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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: July 1, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
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Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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: South Florida sentinel
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Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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i-":t Tit a Privilege 10 Live in Central Florida-The World's Most Beautiful Place for Abundant LivingVOL. V


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>Statehood; for Hawaii'' Lake County : Global Po1Ice\Iorce V V



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Approved by House Drys Election To Seek Call Of


500,000
: '"..'.".---- Proposed

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Senate Delay Group To Ask ,

'THE CASE IS HOPELESS'Marshall I


Board Set Date Thank Heavens He Doesn't Room With Us J JII U.S. Suggests V
49th
On Star Plan Conference' By ORMUND POWERS V

V [Our Own Staff Correscondentl VV


: ; Okay PredictedOriental Bogged; Russia Seen Left Commissioners TAVARES will Lake be County asked ) (;7 ;;; 20 Divisions To V


next Monday to call a special :

Out of Europe Aid Picture election for the purpose of 'c'V: ': l't1WeJoc'p '

r; Population determining if Lake Countyshall %i( z1eeV Insure Peace .i.
I
PARIS [AP] The British, French and Russian Confer- V V
V J Stirs Arguments continue as a wet County or .*
ence on a U. S. proposal for financial aid to warimpoverished -'shall have prohibition.

t WASHINGTON [AP] The ; Europe bogged down in complete disagreement yes- I The County ministerial associa- Specific Figures

House voted yesterday to terday and French sources said last night the meeting :tion and lay church workers have Shunned by Russia M

make the Hawaiian Islandsa would end today with the two Western Powers accepting circulated petitions for the past I
N. Y.:
LAKE
SUCCESS
several months asking the commission -
a State and add a 49th star to 'the plan without Russian! partici ,
V i to call wet-or-dry ,elec- [UP] The United States yesterday V
pation.
V the flag. Truman Blasts One French official quoted British tion.To proposed an Interna-
It passed on a roll call vote. 196
V Foreign Sec. Bevin as saying date they have 2,200 nameson tional Police Force of some
to 133. and sent to the Senate a the is hopeless." at the conclusion the petitions, which is about
case
500,000 combat men to keepthe
bill by delegate Joseph R. Farring- Realty Lobby
of his third session with 250 short of the number needed. V
ton IR-Hawaii to enable the people peace. :
Foreign Min. Bidault of France Commissioners can call such an kVV'
of Hawaii to form a Constitu- Rent Bill The U. S. suggested that the
j tion and State Government and Okays and Russian Foreign Min. Molotov. ,election if 25 per cent of the regIstered fighting force consist of 20 divisions -
Bevin had indicated previously voters petition them to do
L- to be admitted to the Union on an WASHINGTON [UP, ]Pres. { of ground troops backed Up
so. Lake county has 10,000 regIstered -
with'the 3,800 aircraft and 198 warships.
equal footing other 48 Truman yesterday approvedan 'Responsibilities'WASHINGTON by
States. [AP] Sec. of voters. Naval units would include three '

Action In the Senate at this session ;- extension of Federal rent Commerce Harriman said yesterday The remaining signatures battleships .and six aircraft carriers -

VV of Congress appears unlike control until March 1, but tainly- the implies Marshall U. S.plan aid"cer for needed are expected to be obtained -, ,, V' The combat troops would i II

said it by next Monday. ,_ ,,, additional thousands of .
would
Chm. Butler IR-Nebl said he lead to rent increases reconstruction of Europe. He ; \ require

- wants his committee to give the for millions of families. He I added that this country also has i If the prohibition election carried 7 ; ; : supply troops.

accused Congress of permitting a "responsibilities to Japan. as some leaders of the County r ; The police force also should ,
Interned Japs Win! Korea and other parts of the ; TV :
real estate lobby to force its en- world." think doubtful. it would prohibitthe t ( have enough landing craft to
SAN FRANCISCO rAP] Some
V 325 Japanese who since war'send actment. sale of whiskey and similar / i '/ put ashore six divisions the

hare changed their minds House Republican'Leader Hal- Britain' would proceed with Sec. strong drink but would not affect -fcMti fefeI United States told the UX Se-
of State Marshall's plan without
about renouncing U.. S. citizenship , leck Ind.1 promptly demandedthat Russian co-operation if necessary the sale of beer and light wine. 'p curVy Council. -

habeas, yesterday corpus to won escape writs deportation oft he retract the charge, and and a decision by France to join Some law enforcement officers Britain and France suggested

to Japan AU are West said the V President's angry criticism Britain would mean the formationof who declined: to be quoted 'smaller forces and China agreed

'Coast residents who were Interned of the legislation reached "a a Western the bloc.gloomy predictionsof said local prohibition would; encourage with the British proposals. Russia
Despite
at Tule Lake, CaU. afterPearl V
Harbor. .Application for new low In his efforts to appease an adjournment at today's bootlegging, particularlyfrom 3csb24' declined to get down to specific

the writs was brought by the the Wallace gang." meeting one remote possibility the! wet counties surround- ,I 57e74774 figures. .

V American Civil Liberties Union. The President, In a blazing mes- existed that the talks would big Lake. f -_ -_-_ Under the American proposal ]
continue. VV ,,
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sage to Congress explaining that The chief point of disagreement Church .leaders point out that V ground units would require 250,000

bin "careful .study" and that he he had no chpice but to sign the : appeared to be Molotov's contention the consumption of alcoholic bev- ; to 300.000 men. with an additional <
does not to schedule hear I /I -
intend Republican-sponsored bill. called the three-power conference
erages is Increasing and that it 8,000to fly the aircraft suggested.
ings before Col gres.s''reC late V should
s determine only how much
tends Naval units named by the 12 3.
'Work to "lower the morals of
In July. Together'WASHINGTON help should be asked from the I I
[UP] Housing United States while Bevin and youth as well as lead to increased would be manned by more than ';
.. Daring the debate. spirited objections Expediter Frank Creedon. Bidault believed a comprehensive accidents and divorces.:' V I 200000. Supply troops for land. i :
_ _ _ _
were! voiced ,because. administrator of the new rent program for use of such help sea and air units would bill! extra. ;, f
Hawaii's largely Oriental:population control law ,voiced hope last should first be presented. 10 1ArChopping f V

-about a third of Japanese "reasonably night that rents stable"will remain levels at as French meaning quarters the Interpreted United States this Welcome! 1 of Cotton Levels France The United and China States would Britain.make -of .

extraction.: throughout the country-"if an would first be required to state Ace writer Paul Galileo today Flprida Schools Flood I the first contributions to the V

Rep. Preston tD-Gal termed of ns work together.1* how much money was available. 'joins The Orlando Morning. n..; ,- Continues ,Behind .'I ,1'foree.V.f. "f p. ___ . V

.... '. them "descendants* of! the Emperor for a thorough.: Congressional: in7esUntid2of -) counter Molotov,proposition submitted Tv&lch a four-point.Bcvai'described tlpel to; Page array'16. UeI'Pf1ter'-: V :, Massive New Levees Other UN members could make V

4u..apan V ' ... t : ': : thi1'eshtine( : "u 'asking the United, : Need $36$ Million Off Then Rises smaller contributions, or lei their

:An'Immediate protest came from teresta'which he said were'behind States for a "blank.chcok.". MEMPHIS LAP Spring cotton: bases be used by the UN fow t
Rep.. Johnson IR-Calif and other1 it. chopping continued placidly In Five could '
0Mr Russia the Big
House, members who praised! the TALLAHASSEE [ A P } .the lower valley yesterday behind ST. LOUIS [AP] The Mississippi argued
Truman said "basic not discuss precise figures until
:loyalty.of;Japane. e-Americans tn weakness" of the act a-was its Mines Returned to Owners Florida: Department of Edu- new massive man-built levees River after flatten- they agreed on the basic principles

Hawaii during! the war which U. S. engineers promised out here at its
much-discussed provision permUting cation yesterday estimatedthe ing yesterday that would govern the force. The
would tame the Mississippi Riveron
Johnson said he had once landlords and tenantsto L WASHINGTON UPI The GoYLament 'pjn.. Just 12 hours,before the expiration minimum State aid required its latest tear. highest level in 103 years armed forces would be placed at

: considered Hawaii an "outpost enter Into returned the soft coals started last the disposal of the Security: Council
"voluntary agree of the War Labor Dis- for county schools There was no alarm in this rich rising again
of Japan'but, after a personal ments to raise rents by 15 perj ; to thelr.-- night following two-inch rain which could order them into
V 0 putes Act under which they were under the 1947 education act will alluvial region over news from St. l a
Investigation Is convinced "the cent provided landlords signeda owners ,- seized May 21, 1946. in this area. action to prevent or turn back ag-
y and sat .Yo'. on total $36.379.730 for 1947-48. Louis that the resurgent river had |
Hawaiian Islands are,an outpostof lease'to Jan.'1, 1949 _1 easily torrn h .' See. of Labor Schwellenbachsaid The 67 tentative County budgets I reached its highest level in 103 i The weather bureau believed the gression.

the United States." "This is voluntary only so far whether its c;. . ... he had no Immediate plans to be presented today include years and had forced hundreds rise, would be slight. A stage of The armed units hoTeyer,
: During thehe' said the action meant an-t for conferences with the mine teacher salaries, transportation from their homes. I' 39.6 feet was recorded at 9 pjn. would remain in their respeedl*
the
Hawaii as landlord is concerned. other national owners and John 1.. Lewis' United \Ve don't expect any troublein [CUT], which was .3 of a foot countries until the Seeerrty: Council -
Japanese in "more costs other current ,
; were Mr,; Truman'&aid.. "Many tenants, mine strike eight Mine Workers AFL1 or for other expenses the lower valley at all," said above the level reached prior to called
; loyal. more:devoted,and gate better however, will feel that there is no days definite action to head off a school ice. .construction and debt serv- {.ol. E. P. Lock Memphis dist : the rain. Damage generally was I The world polke figures confirmed V

service to the, United States choice. After fIyIngL ? J strike. But he is known to be Cov. Caldwell said .ct engineer. I confined to the immediate river- small power fears that the
However. '
I over the 2,500 ready to intervene if front districts. proposed force would be big!
necessary.
than Japanese\ of California. told earlier funds for construction "We are geared to take all the I i I.
The first The President Congress Federally)] operated Lewis who reportedly has made water flowing this direction and i The rampant river breachedone enough to lick, only smaB ccun-'
Hawaiian statehood I "will have to be greatly reducedif
: that he ,signed the bill only as -the bituminous some progress toward a :new con- much more.. I dike on the Illinois side tries. ,
bill.was introduced In Congress in lesser of two evils." If he hadn't, mines for more ,tract in secret talks with big segments not eliminated entirely" the first I north of St. Louis bat engineerssaid -
1520, .but"never before reached a endedat than 13 months. Schwellenbachthe of the Northern and West- year of the biennium. i they expected strong barriers -
would have
.
all rent controls He commented it was fortunate Four Charged With Rent TheWeather
rote. either the House or Senate. American flag was hauled ern coal operators. had nothing to i I behind it to hold water V
V midnight.. down in the coal fields at 12:01 say about his next move if any. "little or none of the capital out- Discrimination Freed out of the industrialized cities ORLANDO AND VICINITYr
Scattered ,lay could be used for the
opposition to the money
I' of Venice: Madison and Granite Partly cloudy, widely scattered .

.'V V came bill,on yesterday otherthan_ from racial both grounds Democrats Speeding Train Girl, 2|, Feared U.S. Polio.Rate I I first the bill six which months!sets up could anyway.certain not because sooner prerequisites -I I them against MIAMI of four displaying BEACH; ]landlords slims rAP,] with accusing Charges the ,., City.About 2,000 persons turned attention afternoon, light, early and; night varUble thundershowers winds'-

levees southof
to weakened
today: tomorrow.
and Republicans Derailed 33 Hurt ,be with practical.I ",I
complied as a words "Gentiles only "restricted,
Kidnap Victim Under 46 FigureNEW 1 I II St. Louis. one of them protect- -
Rep'Coudert matter. ] or "Gentiles" were dismissed in
[R-NYJ said self- HI., 2.000.
lag Dupo, population
least
Ind IAP1 At 1
WESTVILLE. i
I Tbe total con1 1 Cracker Jim Sez V
dd laUon'* for dependent ::. LEE'S CAMP Cal. (tUPJ Fears YORK CAP ] National State-County municipal court yesterday on motion The Red Cross was ready to : "'
ru1 injured yesterday
V peoples 33 persons were and .
5s'an right but this will giveRawsU when a Baltimore and Ohio ''j'' that Greta Mary Gale :2Vi. da gh- I I Foundation for Infantile Paralysis tribution debt service for capital as estimated outlay )6i I' Ben Shepard of the prosecution.said the charges city Atty.were evacuate residents. I Them there dog days is Jest: V

passenger train bound from Chicago tee of a former Congressman. may said yesterday that U.S. Public i terday, totaled $5,056,899. sustain about here an my aunt Sophia was
to
opportunity "to. framed too vaguely V
exercise
I I .I II down here .
yestiddy circa .me a
V 'two Senators 'Wort ot self- to Washington plowed 1 have been Kidnaped were strength-\I Health Service statistics revealed 1 V Under the program counties will prosecution. Judge Daniel Galen Pilot First Survivor dose of that
through an open switch at 78 miles I !. a total of 1.124 of be asked total of $11.265,604
determination us' ened yast night when bloodhounds new cases polio- a I dismissed Mrs. Lunz. Harry Forced onion an
p. "We :are confronted here with an hour derailing seven cars of I i were unable to follow the trail of I myelitis In the Nation through 'based on the yield from a six null Dynes. 39: Edna TU:nbull, 50. and, Of Jet LandingNEW sulpher.syrup an tellin V ,
something, that win ,change the the V nine-car aU-pUllman train. June 21 of this year as compared I'levy figured by considering tax Alma Fleming 39. YORK TAP1 :MsJ. William me to take some
character. our country.". he declared Trainmen said they did not believe ,' the little girl. j with 1,579 cases for the same paying ability and 95 per cent assessed I J. Webb Lexington a decorated calomel cuty ...

*, V anyone had been killed. Police had used bloodhounds on period Of 1946. valuation. The followingwere New Object Added Army: pilot testing a P-84 jet plane quick iffen I de- .
: the theory that the blondenaired'chUd I I Only in the State of California listed t-claimed by rj builders to be the I velop a case of '
CouJcrf
eight Uny volcanic described: islands Hawaii 2,000 as j,,Moratorium on Births had become lost after wandering :'has there been a marked increase Marion $834. 8T and $155,212; To 'Flying Saucer' List fastest aircraft in the world-clr- I{ the Summer .VVI *.'....
i over last year, the foundation said. Orange 1.315842 and $528357.Polk ; elect down yesterday when his engine .
;. .mHes')feffta' the wastes of the, 1 In: Hungry Europe Urged away Sunday from the I l $2,019.991 and $598,204: Seminole SAN FRANCISCO tUP flash-The ':I went dead at 94)00) feet and i I lit's sniffles goin She to says be .. -
said he opposed "flying saucers" reported ;
7PactfkvVand '
If j ji .
Summer home of her grandfather. I made safe skimming landingon ,
Mar- $329.375 and $123,922; a :
Mrs.
YORK tAP
:'"ylac.HatraU Senator. for ,NEW I Recluse of 100 Given ing through Western skies had a I tolerable I hot
one 1 garet Sanger Slee. director of the i former Rep. John L. Tolan, OakV1land. Volusia $979,577 and $351,487. last Long Island Sound to become i plumb past that Labor ;:l.-
atfM new companion night-a I .
eaelji <0 voters compared, ..
4 Birth Control Research Bureau. I Death/ for Murder I the first pilot of a P-84 to survive -
VV hit behooves
,wIt ,uenator for, each two, strange "oval shaped" aircraft. an man daYia
I >>w York- yesterday advocated a 10-year 1I I I PRICE. Utah [UP A Utah District : 87 Passengers Unhurt Former airline purser Frank M. I such an accident. rest In the shade an i"
j moratorium births in hungry Judge yesterday disregarded Ulod said he and friends saw -a.. long in the sun
_ _. V 'A *' [ Hawaii as a State Europe, Adults "should not bringchildren Chinese Leaders Decide IGlovesQif \'I a jury recomme'idation. of leniency I As Two Ships Collide I strange looking, oval-shaped object : Irgun Agrees With UN i iI I said that suited him to or.4as. ...""-
t t said Stfe.jp nafteld fD-MOnLIV into the world to starve," he didn't have much mere V
and Sentenced Myrum: Bebee re-. BOSTON [UPI The U.S. Army that gleamed In the moon- crops -
-,. win '"sigdSr to the peoples of the said.Commons. V War Reds To Halt Terrorist Acts i to harvest nohow.
she on I cluse" who claims he's over 100 : transport St. Albans Victory collided light and went with tremendous;
- .f, .'.Pacific' tbat- ttte ocean is no longer NANKING IAP1 Two Chinese'years old. to death before a firing | with the Danish motorship 'speed at about 4,000 feet.altitude." I JERUSALEM Palestine UP! I *
';a barrier t 'extension of the dem- Passes Utility Bill i sbuad for the second time. He Bolivia off fog-wrapped Nantucketyesterday. I'I'I Delegates to the United Nations I TOBAr ?IDESDarts
: "A.ocratie wiay of life." He added that Government leaders tn'a five- I 5.a5 YMMI belt < :31 I n.
*'fsterour LONDON LAP The Labor Gov-1 'was convicted for the slaying of but both vessels stayed I Ship Workers' Strike I Palestine Commission met secretly : .nit 6:41 p m.; hv" 123 a... *md 12 12
;; Jt wfluld national program bill to nationalize hun- hour closed session with Generalissimo 'I Lon T. Larsen, Mount Pleasant, I afloat and none of the 87 persons : with Jewish Irgun Zval Leumi! pm.
\: throughout the Pacific area.** ernment Kai-shek decided yesterday In 1945. aboard'them:,,as reported injured. I Mediation Too Late underground leaders and secured' e... ...eII Ti...*. RIsk &.31 a BV sad
which generate I'I'I '
of companies 5S
Rep. Poage ID-Texl dreds D.IIL: Low Vt33: a-rn. cad 12aa 5VMV
; suggestedthat V Britain's electricity to order complete mobilization of a promise they would halt the renewed Sebastian. Intot Titfa. Hit* tft: ._
and distribute lAP The U. S.I
NEW YORK
:Guam and other Pacific Islands manpower and resources for total outbreak of terrorism, a reliable and til pm. Lew 1J-.28 Sm. tad 12.11p.m.
under: United States control passed last night In the House. of gloves-off warfare with the Com- MILITARY DICTATORSHIP COUP FAILS Conciliation Service late yesterday I I source said yesterday. The .
The Sad rhMni alMs S 33 .
f ,should'Incorporated Commons by a 321-173 vote. arranged a mediation session in : : eU 7J3;
as a part
V munists. highly-Informed sources I source said Irgun arranged the LOCAL TEMPERATURES
;; of Hawaii and all should be measure was sent to the House of the five-day CIO shipyard strike Jbeordecl ftr U. W .
admitted reported. meeting In the all-Jewish city of' 8. *tfc fiMtia. al
Lords where It was expected to i for today, but the move vas too MuniuSesi MisseS:
at the same .time.
: 'Black Plot To Seize
One of the first steps was said Tel Aviv
Maquis' V I MMbnum '" 71
spirited opposition halt of the walkoutto
K encounter to be merger of the Kuomlntang late to spread i iI irn. ------- CM =, -"_____ It
most Atlantic and Gulf Coast
.1. Tonight's Movies .. PreS. :;Tyler's; Daughter Dies Government forces with the yards at midnight. Court Dismisses 28 I 2a.m.3a.m.: : =::.-:: 31 2p.rn 3p.th.: : =:== .PO4a.m. 5
: PI'.m.... 1ROXY : 3:40. V 140T San :Min Chu Yi. semi-military French Government ThwartedPARIS 721 4.t.
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_ _ _<1t1; ,,::0zJtLM ." ELLISTON Va. tAPJ.Mrs.Pearl youth headed by Gen. Chen In War Sedition Case a .: : ;:::::: 1 a : :::::= ::
TrtmtdL<< I:40, 1fO. I:40. ,7:40. corps Romadier Denies Shakeup .. '.m. ______ 'D. II m.. ____ It
: ;' Tyler Ellis youngest daughter of.formerPfes..1ohn Cheng [AP] Prance announced yesterday that her I WASHINGTON IUP1 The Government's a.m. _______ 1J'' ..m. ..____. SC
)1.on'Tb"-/Se .
( : t With Pi.. Pb....... Tyler: died,yesterday PARIS LAP Premier Rama.d1er'denied :'aa. ,. . AAL ___ N
t L ':'4. 111.; :12 ,...IDUIen!. *-* :at her home near here. secret police had thwarted a sensational plot by a right- yesterday reports he would I wartime'sedition case: 10.am.... :::::: "75 I. .. ft
2 Soviets WomenAt 28 t tI3a.se 10
: :ti-LC'J-u Go. Jii.3ts - Keep wing underground organization calling itself the "BlackMaquis" shake up his cabinet in an effort : against persons was dismissed, 11 ..IIL ---__--_.-- '1 I 11...... __-_-_-___ '19
"; by the Court of Appeals yesterday 1(000 _______ s5lMidskt .__ 'xl
in'a civil to avoid and plunging h
resigning
l ; t. *it, i ;;; ,Home for 'Talking'VANCOUVER. to ,overthrow the Fourth Republic war with a rebuke to the Justice Department -'
V, ,; tu.: ..,.' .. '_ ..... \VACATION TIME B. C. lAP) A next month and establish a military dictatorship. I the nation into a governmentalcrisis. for its "lack of dliigence" -' 'rEMPesAt'It.stwwERcWA514IqOTOp
: IM\&e. 3:00.e ; 45rJ !tl'tr Bgma ff-
; .
: ; ; : :
: former Canadian Army officer said Existence of the Black Maquis' in prosecuting. ports of tempmtarw ftr lit. 14 he nA
s.ek.or';'. /Have The' Orlando Morning yesterday that Andrei endios'S p....:
Vlshwaky,
; Wnr: I '
PsddenJ V 8pithgs.4o0.V was disclosed by Int. Min. EdouardDeprenx the National Gendarmerie. laps Plan Peace Fete Nigh '.w Hi0' Ls
(';-ClZIUIONT;. Sill" ms'un. Sentinel follow ,you on your Russian Deputy Foreign !Minister. Depreux explained the Black >her 1.2 *9 M l I Menwkto 94 73tS
V tt.D CecIc. _':-' -" _ vacation/When 'OU"order your believes women "talk too much I >; who unfolded a tale of; included HIROSHIMA [UP) Hiroshima 19+7. ar Uf 1947 Ailint 51PS t 71 r
) Maquis right-wing resistance -
(, .f ELAfD: eMIrs. AUt* CM* 7S 70 f MftSTBtrmimftam 91 74
: ,flnzxat : : and for that oPposa their conspiracy and Intrigue which will hold a three-day peace festival -
'' 8t \. ::. . reason Monarchists and t .
t !'tstJ : at home, let us leaders St 70 t MtaM. nB.MMB 71 &o
IW
stopped- So MM ?fie' VW Tfctt
(( r'J EU8Tt5Bettf.e.dHa 'ro paper leaving the Soviet Union. would do credit to a dime novel. had beginning Aug. 6, second an- Mn Kgf OriliMBurttegton n "
._. ,. 5iurI .- Vichy collaborators who ,
... -' ..,. It sent M '70
'. know where you want nlversa/y of the atomic bomb at M* Y M j
-EI33txE. y" Smart 1'MJIl. The minister described the organization drawn. up a "blue plan' of military 1235 ChMa. $3 s1o U'M
;g', p Tries Jsbore.:V ,44. B40kesthg. ./ V ranrmUa for:.theHSummer.; "Tbe'rates by Paraguay Rebels Repulsed II. as "very widespread" action which called for a tack. V 68 10 11 12 I CtnclanaU>allM 98 91 ;73': PCS&3.1pls d: ::

__ I.' $OP? PORAV : .- ,nalI.sr'thesameVnd'ff .you ASUNCION Paraguay AP] A and said that noted resistance march on' Paris by armored 9 Denver 7S SO I PwtI'. 364. GC5!
,$AIIVD staulos RosdJ Vrefer' mu yom 'bin rebel counter attack launched ,leaders and "possibly part of the unit V Seven Killed in RiotsCALCUTTA Detroit U M'' RtdUMM IS II ,
V VV
c" .z': :.Ko ThaW.w Too', M.WM. W..IM.Wem.....- henck7eturn.OrlandoMornthgSeflbfld.; you ,pay' across the Ypane River from Con- French Army" were implicated. At The Maquls'was the term commonlY -. -. (APj'Seven persons i 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Tort Duluth Worth 07 97 53 WXanu I' $545 t. 3 A2G :: :

RA YEN: Her KJUr, aettfl.LJt ..- : V eepcion. the rebel stronghold. has I least six persons have been ar- applied ,to the French underground were killed. 18_Injured. and'154 *'Qty 91- WL.L' Yte5ssso u 50
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2 '(rlattbn! iiTarntitg &tnllnel Tuesday, July 1 1,1947 ,jI Miss Mahan's 2 Seminole JayCees


Read the artlcU sUrtinc m Mrs. Bible School I IClass. I, ,,
DUTCH-LAP I Pace June Reader Digest Browning f EngagementAnnounced
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"WHENWill HonoreeAt Work : Win State Notice i CARS

Asbestos Roofing .
I I I You Be Sued? I 500 CENTRAL AVE.
ASBESTOS SIDING I IGU'ITER 1Scecwl to Orlando'! Marring Sentinel] [Srec ml f to Or'cndo! Mom ig $er..rtt1J] '
See forComprehensive
ASPHALT SHINGLES I as Personal Party Exhibited DAYTONA BEACH-Mr. and SANFORD-Seminole County's importance in Jaycee -

activities noticeable week as date for the Sum-:, INSIST ON'
and Iy MRS. JAMES H. KENNEDY [Special to Orlando Morning SenhneH' Mrs. William Glenn Holmes an- grew this
DOWN SPOUTS Liability NEW SMYRNA BEACH A.nounced the engagement of their mer Conference here in August drew near, and three Sanford j "QUALITY TASTE"BAKED "
$10,000 for $10.00 [Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel] demonstration of the work accomplished daughter Sara Charles Mahan residents were placed in important offices in the State I GOODS
L T. JERNIGAN A Product ofSCHMIDT'S
$50.000 for $13.50 NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Mrs.
at the Vaca-
Baptist to Webster Klee Ellenwood, son of organization at the weekend St. Augustine meet. I
$100,000 for $14.00 !. __ _
Roofing and Sheet Metal : Eva Browning, patient at Sunny tion Bible School concluded last : BAKERY
South for time, weekend was given at the Baptist i Mrs. Leon E. EUenwood. yester- | Rep. J. Brailey Odham was 4! I 1I9C Grant Ave, Wi wr Para
Hospital some was i
Hall Bros.
70 Alexander PL TeL 7427 Agency I Church Sunday night. i day. i I installed as vice-president of I I of the police department State i i Open A.M, &0. p,M. ffcca nw !
1 I Ij j 113 N. Orange Tel. 51&9ZSOQO guest of honor at a birthday party Mrs. Alvis Herring was director I The wedding date has been set ,i the 4th District: Jack Rali and county officers and Negro
given by the nurses in the hospital -I II I
I bf musical numbers presented, and' as Aug. 16 at the bride-elect's '! ran, local past president was Boy Scouts. Henderson has been --- ---
Friday. Her son. Robert j I a missionary play was given by i|home. I appointed chairman of the missing from his home since Saturday ,
I Browning, also a guest, gave his i members of the Junior and Inter I '
{mediate Departments. Miss Mahan is a native of Montgomery budget and finance committeeof afternoon. He was over 80 I II '
$ STOCK J.T ';mother a birthday cake. i': Virginia Green JTfeese Altman Ala., coming here a little I the State; and with Ratican I years of age, and lived with his $30.00\
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Tucker. 106 4 and Gwendolyn Inman were piano more than ayear ago. She is em- will serve Gene Tucker wife on the outskirts of the city. I
I'Pine St., are the parents of a son i I I accompanists. Mrs. Charles Goover ployed as a cashier at the Commercial It is expected.jOdham said, that !Officials believe it is possible Hen- Exterminate those Termites!
10% DISCOUNTWe're born at the hospital recently. |, w!s school superintendent assisted Bank and is secretary to approximately 300 members and derson wandered into the woods We furnish everything for *M !,
Other patients at the hospital by the Rev J. Alvin Inman. I'Harry Cpleman, chief cashier. She I officers throughout the State will and became lost. M Hundreds of homes are pro.' :
is a member of the Palmetto attend the conference here Aug. tected this old '
Others who taught included Mrs. I i by reliable company .
include Mrs. H. L. Stevens and
consolidating our warehouse space and in order to Fred Swann, Mrs Herring Mrs. Juniors. Delta Theta Chi. president J 9 and 10. Alvin Odham and Gene .
make more room we offer for a limited time these and many Mrs. A. G. Messer, both of Edge- I': J. D. Sheldon, Mrs. A. N. Meares, of the Twenties Club and a 1{I Tucker will head the l..cal program RETAIL MERCHANTS
other Items at great ravings . water. j Mrs, John Gilmore. Mrs. A. C. vice-president of the YWCA I'' committee Conference will We invite you to We sees ice Leecburr,. Eostk,
Members of the Rebecca Lodge I'I ,
King Mrs.: Gordon Thomas. Mrs. ; Business Girl's Club. be held at the Mayfalr Inn. and I visit our new Tavares, Mt. Dora Cocoa, DeLand. > ,
for the visit of their I
practiced I' Ellenwood is a native of Daytona j details will be discussed Sanford. etc.
DOUBLE DUTY: BEVERAGE State Miss Morreene Steve Elliottand Miss Louise I so far planned DISPLAY ROOM
president.
Lieutenant
Beach. He served a
as
i at the Thursday meeting
MEAT CASKS COOLERS Massen of Tampa, at a meeting Bass. I':Commander in the Navy, World this I week. !, Slack-Booth Show Case Co. Bonded and Insured
last night at the American Legion I War II. and upon receiving his At .the regular meeting of 123: W. Ceatral Phan. uu George J. Boyte, Owner
All Sizes 6 and 10 Foot Sizes Hall. Obituaries discharge returned to his old position July 10, Red Powell executive
Ladles Auxiliary of the BRT MR. HARRY C. MOONEY : as chief engineer of WMFJ. State secretary, and Bill Bolles- Write or Call
WALKINCOOLERS COMMERCIALFREEZERS will meet at 8 pm. Tuesday at NEW SMYRNA BEACH Funeral -i j i He is national vice-president of ton. State president, will be PHONE ZU4JPat:
the Masonic Temple. Mrs. W. M. services for Harry Clark I the Naval Reserve Officers' Assn., guests of Seminole County Jay-
Hesselton and Mrs. R. C. Morey Mooney. 83. who died Sunday will : and commanding officer of the Cees at luncheon, and will --L2 Dunning BOYTEEXTERMINATING
8* x6* x 7V' 12 to 18 cu. ft. will be cohostesses.Mr. be at 3:30: pm%Wednesday at the Naval Reserve Electronic Warfare spend some time here workingout (( : fay N. Orange Ave.
I and Mrs. Frank McCormickand Settle Funeral Home. The Rev. I unit here. some of the details of the PrescriptionsOnly
REACH OPEN DISPLAY daughters and Mr. and Mrs. I Lester Rigdon, pastor of the Pentecostal I The couple plan to reside hereafter conference, it was announced.At "J. CO.Pboa..Sri .
Theo Jernigan and children returned Holiness Church Daytona a short wedding trip.jWoodmen the St. Augustine convention Immediate Z2I 8. Mai H.
a REFRIGERATORS CASES Sunday from Silver Glen i Beach will officIate. assisted by I the executive committeewent Fret Delivery

' 30.40 and 50 Cu. Ft. Dairy and Veqetable Springs. I the Rev. George C. Rouse. Burial on record commending both
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Kennedyand will be In the Edgewater cemetery. Odham and Clarence Camp for
son Jim spent Sunday visiting I Mooney was born Jan. 6. 1884 in I the stand taken by them at the
The above items are ready for delivery. her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Pleasant Ridge Ohio, and had I recent Legislative session, regard- fU &,rttru.I l
Philip Marz, in Orlando. lived here since 19.2.; He was a Circle Meets ing charges of bribery. I!
and make selection ,
Come in your today. Edgewater Improvement Club former cello player, and with his i

will hold a meeting, open to the two daughters, was active in evan- At Sanford New Smyrna Negro The First National Bank
public, at 8 pjn. Wednesday at the gelistic services in churches I
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GENERAL town hall. throughout the State. a Community Service ,. -
[fS' "I I Or'ondo! Sentinel; n Former Minister '
to Morning
Mrs. Edward Earner has gone Survivors include the datJ.ghI I ;e Furnishes the Correct Time +e
HEATING CO. to Memphis, Tenn., called by the tern Mrs. :Mildred Clark and Mrs. SANl"ORD-The Orange Belt Day or Night-Dial 2.1611 J
COOLING 8 death of her brother Grover, I Violet Tallentire. both of this city: No. 7 Convention of the Woodmen | Reported Missing
Circle held here June 25 featuring
I ; was I
Brandon.W. a brother. Furman Mooney of Indiana Miss Abbie Holden. State rS"'e- '11 t? C T JO Worn ng &<*n nell I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT ORLANDO ,
Central-Just Off Ave. Commerce
48 West Orange J. Cozens Chamber of and four grandchildren. I I NEW SMYRNA BEACH-H. H,
manager, will return Tues- manager as guest speaker. Meet- 1 Capital and Surplus On. Million Dollar
Phone 7636 Phone %-411% day from Chapel Hill. N. C.. wherehe MR. A. R. TUR.VBULL ing was presided over by Mrs. :, Henderson a retired Negro pastor" KEKBn n:1)n: DCrO.!T IMCXA.NCK COBFOKATIOI ,
has been attending a refresher DEL AND Funeral serviceswere Annie Mae West president of I is object of a search by members

course for Chamber of Commerce held Monday In Harlmgen Ocala.
executives at the University of Tex., for A. R. Turnbull, 53, son i I I Following the afternoon business -
North Carolina. of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Turnbullof session, the group gathered
DeLand. who died there last at the Mayfair Inn for a banquet, i I Iq
Friday. Mr. Turnbull was form- with Mrs. Lillian Burke of Ocalaas ; .! ,
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WHOA Cub Scouts ,American erly a member Legion post.of the He local had ,, toast" hall.mist Jut rss.:ge At R.W.8 Ware p.m. at made theWOW I I, I I'' Semi Annual Clearance I, II

resided in Texas for number of the welcoming' address with response i '
J9'' Get Merit I years. a by Miss Holden.Entertainment II ;II Following our policy of not carrying merchandise
was provided by III 'I through seasons, we are disposing of these items regardless
: MR. L. R. BROOKINGS students of Mrs. Marjorie Tepsic. of cost. Just in time for vacation needs.
RecognitionS Mr. L. R. Brookings died Sun- who were Jackie Ratigan.Gretchen
day of a heart attack at his home Kirchhoff. Marjorie Humphries I iII i Ij I
[ to Orlando Morning! Sentinel] in Altamonte. He was a native of and Instructor, Mrs. Doris Dux- lull
NEW SMYRNA BEACHCubScout Pekin HI. and had lived in Alta- bury. Graduations held at this BATHING TRUNKS 51.S8 HII
Master George Greene and monte for the past 14 years. At time were for Nora Dean Brewer I h
his assistant. Horace King gave the time of his death, he was city and Ruby Dean Brewer. Prior to All sizes, styles, colors. Values to
membership certificates to Cub clerk and agent for the Railway adjournment the charter was $4.00. 111111
Scouts and awarded badges and Express Co. draped honoring the late Emma. t I ji I illiltiliF Il1t ,
pins for June accomplishments at He is survived by his widow, T. Vining. II
the meeting Saturday at the Mrs. Helen Brookings and three BEACH ROBES
Episcopal Guild Hall. brothers. Funeral arrangementswill Crescent City Downs $4.98
Among those receiving awards be announced by Marvin Pitt- I ; Brilliant colors, patterns: stripes, IH ,
were Bobby Hawkins lion's badge man Funeral Home. Intermentwill Beach Legion Team smartly tailored. Values to 850.
and .pin; Don Zimmerman, gold be in Pekin. [Special: to Orlando Morr;ng sentinel]
and silver half arrow point: Billy NEW SMYRNA BEACHCrescent SPORT SHIRTS I I 1
Wright lion and bear badges and CAli" OF' THANKS
gold and silver arrow; Steven Hester and W*acpreelation wish to extend for our the heartfelt acts of thanks kindness I baseball City club Junior defeated American the Legion local Fine linen crash, .short sleeves lAb' ONQRD'S}' I ,{
DoORSWHOLE bear gold arrow; Horace messages of sympathy'. and beautiful American Legion Junior club 4-0. II I Hawaiian Prints, Colorful I
King Jr;, bear gold point; Jimmie floral offerings received from our i here Sunday afternoon. Bobby Samoan patterns, regular $5.95 :I' IV'S 5'1-IOP f
kind friends and neighbors dunes our ;
McWilliams,. wolf badge and pin recent bereavement In the loss of our Henderson was pitcher for the I $2.98 IIy
beloved Lt 120 S. Orange_ Ave. Ph. 5859
and silver arrow. mother '
local 'team, and W. Middletoncaught.
Mr..od Mrs P M Fisher and Family I
Den mothers received certificates
Mr: and Mri: E: L. Rogers and family:: The local club will plaDaytona
of recognition, and Elwood Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Kasper and.family Beacn Juniors here Sun-
Howard. Eagle Scout was recog- Mr and Mrs C. J. Rogers l i
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rocer and famlli day.
nized as having served a year as
CARLOAD!
den chief Two new chiefs of the
den are Frank and Richard Evans.
Prefit and resin sealed InteriorFir Next pack meeting will be July 25.


Doors. New Softball LeagueSet VALUES1'2f
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GREAT TIRE
2r-0"; 2'-4"; 2'-6"; 2'-8" at South Daytona
[Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel]
by 6'-8" by \WSTANDARD DAYTONA BEACH A new
softball loop was formed at a
meeeting held last night at the \
PRICES town hall in South Daytona. ,
Team managers attended the TAKE YOUR CHOICE
meeting and the following entries
were received: New Smyrna Beach t
PITTMAN Port Orange. South Daytona.
Cook's Barber Shop. Foremost, fI- --- .. 1I
Florida Power and Light and Citi-.
zen's Oil of Holly Hill.
The new loop will release its
schedule some time this week a This Rugged Long-Wearing-Safe I
i spokesman terday. for the group said yes-


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South Fireworks Show Competitive 1
Daytona PlansCelebration ------------- --------- --

the Softball park. The original DeLand Lions Slate
Exams SlatedIn 'Junior Baseball
organization meeting called i
Rotary Sets was .
July 4 Added to Fete League Formation for Saturday but was postponed /Installation Service -
Volusia because of rain. According to pres- 'I [Sc*: s! to Cr-'Tdo! \crr1'9 Sentinel
: Slated for Today ent plans four teams will be organized Ii DELAND Installation servlMC
Special! to Orlando Morning Sentinel] (Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel [Specs! to Orlando Morning Sentinel! Picnic TripSpecrar .. to play two games a week. for newly-elected officers of tile
DAYTONA BEACH-Mayor S. I. Lambright of South DAYTONA BEACH Supt. of DELAND-House and Senatorial [Speed to Or'cndo! mr.g Sent nelj On two mornings a week classes Lions Club will be held toss IIIIII *
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Young in baseball technique will be conducted the Chamber of Commerce MM*
: Daytona, for Volusia
announced Sunday that his Recreation George F. Robinson college scholarships
city would have its
: own Fourth of July celebration. announced yesterday that a fireworks students will be awarded accord- I [ to Orlando! Morwog Sentinel! boys between the ages of nine and torium when the group hold 9f
13 interested in organizing a junior annual Ladies Night piugim,,J.
display had been added to ing to grades received on competitive SANFORD-Rotarians will meetat
It will be an aH-day affair and include a parade races the Frolic Week program sched- examinations July 11 at 9 baseball league are requestedto The harbor of Sydney Australia W. Gerretson. program ehatressst.
: baseball: and Softball the Chamber of Commerce at meet at 9 30 am. Tuesday at extends inland 13 miles. announced.In .
: games, beauty contest and a'fish fry. uled to start today. am. at DeLand High School according -
"_ lie said. mat?more than 200 <6 John LaTour Jr., with his father to Lillian Hough county 2:30 p.m. Wednesday to go in a
tickets had been issued and that I will be in charge of this supervisor.At motorcade to the Leffler Camp.
everything' Is free except the Osceola Fund added attraction at which some this time tests win be Banana Lake for a picnic.:
fish $500 worth skyrockets, pin- given in English science, social There will be swimming, target Observance of
fry and
dance' Event is beIng wheels and bombs will be set off. studies and mathematics. Number practice, horseshoe pitchingand .
starrrf under auspices of the DepositoriesDesignated The display will be presentedon of scholarships available other recreation followedby
Fire Department.It the beach at the bandshell was doubled by the last Legislature a steak dinner, arranged by x
Is expected that about 100 Immediately following the city and it is now possible Earl Turner and his commit-
band concert scheduled for Friday for students receiving the
youngsters' will take part in parade at 8 pan. awards to attend a non-tax- tee.Gordon # tciethicceThe -"
which win leave Town HaH Brisson. president-elect 1
Big event of Frolic Week win supported school in Florida.
at 10 ajn.. and proceed to the f Spec of to Orlando Morning Sentinel] be the selection of Miss Dude Each scholarship is given for will take over at this meeting,
baseball diamond at,Jig: Tree Rd. KISSIMMEE-Depositories for in the JayCee beauty contest. .$200. With' the restriction in the with formal induction July 7.
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Races will be staged from 10:30to : Osceola funds were des- student
County The entry list contains the House award 'that the
1230. and .',
at 2 P.nL baseball
between ignated by County Commissionersat names of many of the State's love- must use the money in prepara- Junior High Band
Firemen game and the South Port Daytona Orange the board meeting Saturday at liest girls who will vie for the tion for a teaching career. Thereare I' Following Firms Will Be :
Organization Eyed
the Senate
no restrictions on
team will be played. followed the Court House hereUpon coveted Miss Dixie Crown. start-
second game between bya receipt of application ing at 2 p-m. on the'afternoon of scholarships. ISpectc! to Orlando Morning Sentinel
, Daytona South for depository from the two the Fourth. NEW SMYRNA BEACH -Jun-
Snake Eyes and the
Cit-
izen's Oil Co. banks in the county, the funds Latest entry to be received by Stores Schedule ior High School students Interested CLOSED FRIDAY and ,SATURDAYJuly
The beauty contest will follow were divided almost equally between the committee In charge whichis in organizing a band for next I
the ball with the them with the road and headed by James Nelson JayCee year are requested to meet with i
games$50 In winnerreceiving bridge fund to be deposited In president is that of Miss Friday ClosingAt Mrs. U. J. Burrows high school
be honored at prizes.' She will the Citizens State Bank of St. Peggy Elder Birmingham Ala, band director at 10 am. Tuesdayat 4th and 5th
a special dance
at night Cloud.In recently named :Miss Alabama Daytona Beachat the school. Seniors interestedin
the Dairy Queen. band work are to meet with
First National
Bank.
The fish fry- Till be t Sentinel]
held between [ to Orlando Morning
Mrs. Burrows at 1
Other entries and their p.m.
Kisslmmee. will be deposited sponsors
the doubleheader and the gen- DAYTONA BEACH Alton "
.beauty contest. Lambright said. eral revenue fund fine and for- follow: Norma Moore Lerner Shepard. executive secretary of Central Florida Lumber and Supply Co. '- ',
feiture fund agriculture fund Dress Shop; Gloria Moore Bond- Charles Cunningham .
I the Daytona Beach Merchants I , .
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publicity fund fees fund. Howell Lumber Co.; Barbet Lund.
excess
Daytona Beach Visitor I Assn. asked yesterday that the I Gets AwardSpec Handley Lumber Co.
outstanding Indebtedness fund Sheraton Plaza Hotel; Anne Finder I!shoppers of this city be Informed Courtesy 1
Rescued From and jail fund. and Vivian Finder Empire I again that all retail stores in this [ to Orlando Morning Sentinel 1
Drowning Letter from the State Comptroller Theater: Joy Lilly Beach Comber I city would be closed all day Friday DAYTONA BEACH A postman Kissam Builders Supply Co.Pittman.
l <>ecwl to Ortanrio,tern,ng Sent'i&' ; received by J. L. Overstreet. Hazel Massey no sponsor; Nancy July 4. Charles Cunningham was
DAYTONA BEACH Mrs. clerk: was read and presented by and Barbara Walker. Touchton He also reminded housewivesthat awarded the weekly Chamber of
:Catherine Shaver. 24. visitor here him to the board with which was Drug Co. Bobby Baker. ErnIe's the usual Wednesday after- Commerce Courtesy award, it was Builders Supply Co.
.from Ware Shoals. S. C.. was res- enclosed a State check for' $5,900) Up Over: Sue Mahan. Farmer's noon closing would not.apply this announced Sunday. il .
cued Sunday from the surf after [as Osceola County's part in the Dans; Margaret Yelvington. no week that all stores would stay Award is presented each weekto .i' Phillips Industries, Inc.
she had slipped from a float and,I distribution now being made on sponsor; Lorraine Robinson. Rog- open. the person performing the most .
,struck her head. making' her un- the State racing_ fund. ers Jewelry; Patsy Taylor Yowell- I Following this week, however courteous act of the week and is Thomas Lumber Co. Smyth Lumber Co.
conscious. I I Drew-Ivey: Naomi Hosford. stores will return to their Summer sponsored by the local chamberto i!
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Lifeguard Jack Wilcox made,I l was revived by members of the Sheraton Plaza Dormitory.The schedule of closing Wednes- make this city "courtesy con- i
I ,the rescue bringing her to thebeach ..I lifeguard corps who reported she, winner will be crowned ata day afternoons. scious. ; ,
from waist-deep water. Sh I did not require further treatment.W.T.GRANTCO.f.: special Coronation Ball to be i
held at the Sheraton Plaza Hotel
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Prizes to be awarded are first. .
$100 and cup; second. $50 and cup;

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DELAND-So you think you "IN 25 YEARS I've seen a good many -': .
I have a lot to do? Then take a
look at the various jobs assignedto ,
Lt. Donald O.Tarn-man.DeLand tobacco crops sold at. auction. And t -
Army Air Forces officer currently

CANNON serving with She 14th Liaison season after season, I've seen the . ;
Squadron in Heidelberg..Germany.He ,
tr ,., sru; reports in addition to his duties
Brands i i as adjutant of the outfit he has --
11 other assIgnments.
i Included are ground safety officer ... / tobacco that's really fine . good, i
flying safety officer standardization - I.

i I,officer venereal officer disease special control service . ripe tobacco . tobacco you justcan't t- ;

personal I officer. personal conference,affairs officer officer AAP beat for smoking quality." .. -: {

!aid officer. AAF association officer '
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So absorbent they fairly whufc "Besides these" the lieutenant ;'tJ/ ; .I'
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write his father, Walter Lahrman. 4t + 11 1 1Nr
moisture! Made of long cotton fibres with secretary of the Chamber of ; ,, 'I .

a strong, close underwear for extra ser- i,Commerce serve*on quite a few .
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South SenttoeJ-Star Oraago Co.AvaOrlaado.(Orlando DaCy. ria Newspaper-. lacj at -38 Labor Bill,i Veto Story I JWDEQ I THS CIRCUMSTANCESTWETCEMBLECWNS i HSNStf XW/' OUaA AND YW GUESS SO-TUG i I War of Nerves Scored as Reader I

Entered as eeeoad-eUaa matter at CM Poet Office *t HUBERTS TENTH ANNIN, RATE TO KANSAS
Orlando rJ l14a. under the Act af March 84. UTa.TTJTUOKE IT DIEW KARONWASHINOTON I I FELT VERSARyAND I R3R6OTEVEN CITY is ONLY i 2.i '

--JLD DetterbaeeU till ._ .. The light over Pres. Truman's THEY COULD (INVEST 10 _SEND THEM A FOR THREE. MINUTES-1 Would Call Stalin's Bluff NowEditor R
S-boertptton Prte.3-a Par Woek.tUO Per Ha.MATM labor-bill veto will go down In history as one of COUPLE: OP SUCKS IN CARD/CD OI THINK OPERATOR-6IV toE

Atcactsrvausai.. HOOTT EA-CK, b ensue DocraaleitM the most important of his career. It Till also be A LOM6-O1STA.MCE A.W'G. >VE' OXJLD AFFORD .. lONG DUSTAMCE Orlando Morning Sentinel: ,
cited by labor and business leaders =-:
CAWT-ON. GtM. Maa. MAMCCL T. LAWMCAST.. DauC. both for and CALL -. TO CALL THEM; UP?. -; \ As long as we keep fearing and
W. LixtTT. I... Mca. Lowe F. WAITB. CUss Maa..AM. against Congressmen In every district in future i talking war in this country the
HotiiCAit MAMAcma fa. Noasnr c-.... Sat Tina elections from coast to coast. It is already being sooner we will have war. If those s
KUtoia KA-ULTOM; Cau Mat. Ca-tus MCSUM. Pins Sore scrutinized by foreign governments and political .0 :); who are in the know feel that we
.. W. Lm-ton. CTTT Cnu Ma. L T. Malt TTT- Swr. groups abroad. i # III are in danger then it is up to ,
For this reason a post-mortem on what happened i ... ., them to call Russia's bluff now. /
Mtrn-er a. Tfca Assaciate-l Press not wait till they have the atomic
backstage may be important. i, {
fho As-ocia-ad Press is excsrly a.
titled to the us* for So far it hasn't bomb or something better. I believe -
re-pobUcatiaa of an leaked out. but Sec. of State I, -
news dispatches accredited to tt or not Marshall : the American people have always .
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tipped the scales to get Pres. --
Truman to
otherwise accredited to this paper and j been able to meet any crisis: -
also t.'Ie local newt published herein. e veto the bin. Hitherto Marshall and if they must face a showdown -" I
AU rights for re-puM-raCon of spadal
has kept hands off most domestic I
dispatches herein are also le-enad. matters.At Av&NORTHS SCENE" -So51t'EETOFYtxi e-eiHIIJI2yt" NOW LEM t1h; This, now war of is the nerves time.that we are o !

PAGE TUESDAY.JULY 1.19UTOD.rS the first meeting of the CHAN6ESTOKAMSASCOLLABS'AND I TO CALLVCAiTANMWUTE.UJSHWEL VA MEAQO' TVUSM TALkTDIM. being handed daily Sa the wrong should be a vote of thanks
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Cabinet. June 6. only Sec. oft!I CITY-7w1TVcb BACK THERE approach if we must settle this confidence!! extended to Mr and
VANTS "DTALtf YETI vtLL-rr HOLD IT! time *" lose. Pegw
have no
THOCGHTS Labor Schweflenbach urged the thing we for having the intestinal fortitud-
.. veto. Sec. of Commerce Avercll ,, 46 'YCrJ A6A1N- CaDES LIKE THlSH LET ME wCENTSKb2tN Personally, I am in favor of hand! to stand up and slug it out
Son of man, I have made thee watchman to their ultimatumnow with
a ; Harriman on the other hand submitted : 1.ATE2 t4 THis! ing Stalin's crowd labor thugs and express his disgust -
the house of Israel: and thou,shalt hear the word a strongly worded state- ; T and I believe-we would soon I at Mr. Wallace scarlet view
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their heels.
n find them back on and Moscow leanings.I .
out of my mouth and shalt tell it thtm from mEzech1el ment urging Truman to sign. Sec. i' of Mr.
How short the memory wish we had more and
3:17. ; .' of the Treasury Snyder supported '' t 1 r Chamberlin's dealings with Hit- men of his courage. More power Dare

* him. i W ler and how sad the results. to him and he can count: on
-... It was at the second Cabinet' F. A. G. vote any time. mv
He of their wicked 'U.fl1h&Il them i 4 t I
admonith. ,
: meeting. June ,13, that Sec. M r- TT MOSELY

and before them set the. paths, of righteousness. Pearson shall entered the discussion. At J l = t 'tGuult 'ib town hi
Milton. first he had wanted to keep out. but decided that 1 t f LOUISE PRItE. And Still Another Man ComesTo COlT -,

what happened on the U. S. domestic; front vitally Mi35CURIA4GElCR Bat for Westbrook Pegler LOANS Tms iie.ra W
1 affected the front. Therefore -he MO.
foreign-affairs 1 i KATy
Sentinel: 1t1.st.em.nt
Editor Orlando Morning
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'" advised Pres. Truman to veto the bin. _
Prophets of Doom and Atom Just reading through the Sentinel -
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'Marshall armed that if the President joined I I and I always read everythinggood Lea.
THE PROPHETS OF doom :s swelling the Republicans by aUninr the measure his PITCHING HORSESHOES and bad. That is. some of DNA 4tk Floor

ranks each day and with names action would alienate the liberal and socialist the reading in your paper does FIRST! NATIONAL lANkf

of men who stand high In the nation. elements In, Europe among whom the U. S. is I' not then go forget so good that but part I read with it and the 111-- L.t l144+ 1153ta4, atlas
trying to pin influence and prestige.Marshall .
Rumors of wars, talk of wars and Stout Champ for the Old West! good reading you have. ,
predictions
was following the recommendation of I So today I read Mr. A..V. Peter- OPEN STOCKDINNERWARE ,
of wars filled the, weekend papers his chief policy-planner. George Kcrinan. who .. son's letter on Westbrook Pegler

and took most of the top headlines.Gen. spent many years in Moscow and now heads the I B, SILLY lOSE cowhands will be wearing open-toed boots and the I wanting to have a ballot on whether ; !.
Army War College-State Department strategy Tell Major Morgan rye gone out to lunch. I old chuck wagon will have chintzy curtains and a r you should print this stuff or 10 Beautiful Patterns
Eisenhower Educator Robert board to chart U. S. policy toward Russia. It is told the switchboard operator. "Tell the old swind- chef named Pierre." not. Well, as I said before. I read I THE CHINA
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Hutchins Albert Einstein the theory man, Kennan's recommendation that the U. S. not swing i ler I'm not expected back until 1952. "I don't get It." I said. "Since when are yon a I'should everything have and more I will writers say who this.have"We

and many others added their fears to the too far to the right but follow a middle-of-the- ,. Ten seconds later the self-commissioned Major member of the Roy Rogers Protective Assn?" the guts and gall to write about I 441.443 N. Orange A.e.

already long list of those who another road course thus proving that it wit work with stomped into my office. "For shame!" he thundered. The Major's eyes went sad and his legs went some of the people and some of I
see
socialist groups in Europe. "InTohing that innocent switchboard girl in bowle gged. *"Used to punch cattle myself, back in f'the things they do.: If these thingsare
conflict ahead. -Marshall expounded this philosophy at the your duplicities!" the days when there was no law west of the Pecos not true, why don't some of EXPERT

The worries of men of-such caliber are Cabinet meeting urging that Europe's middle-of- I "Stand aside. Timothy." I said, as I reached for and no psychiatrist west of Dodge City. Tossed a these people he writes about sue WATCH REPAIRINGCrystals
the-road groups should not be alienated by any my hat. "I have an important appointment A fency rope and even avoided a few. Those were the i;Mr. Pegler? What about Drew t* fit watch
enough to frighten a brave world. anti-labor act by Pres. Truman. luncheon date with a steak." days! Sunsets without benefit of technicolor! ;,Pearson and some others who rip aay

Look at the prospect. Atomic war in Sec. of the Interior Krug strongly supported "It's steak flu here to talk to you about.** Roundups without radar! Quick-on-the-draw Morgan and i i, tear blood at suckers.some of sucking these lowdown the- I BLOCK'S JEWELST ,

Marshall and it became apparent at this Cabinet boomed Morgan barricading the doorway with his they used to call me!" !
and taxI
blood from the
eight years-destruction of civilization ,a meeting that Truman would definitely veto. 190 pounds of blubber and "Especially with your own cards." was my. ; ? workers IS Wt Ckarcft west

few years ahead. Meanwhile another strategy conference was bourbon. "For a few pal- snappy comeback. Bat Timothy didn't hear it." ]j I payers I am for anyone who will spend I

What does this sort of thinking do to being held inside the Democratic National Com- try pounds of porterhouse, SIR I M L'UB "That's the old West I want you to go to bat :; as much of their time trying to I INVESTIGATE IEFOCE YOU IUTIMt !
mittee. It was Sen. Hatch of New Mexico who sold the cattle barons are prerfEfA'I, /c \ for." he roared. "Unless someone stands up to the keep us "hep" and up to the min-
the little people of the world? committee leaders on the idea that a Presidential paring to .:abotage the iECdK C cattle kings they'll be installing public address systems ( ute on the happenings of the day I

Do hey: stop buying, marrying producing veto If overridden by Congress, would be best for traditions of the old in the corrals and soothing the critters with among these!! fellows. Please don't t! J

families, building homes the party. By vetoing the bill Truman would become West!I" Sinatra. And that shouldn't happen to a dogie! j stop any fellow who writes the I
the hero of labor. Hatch argued. But if the "What are you mumbling ... A pox on the Viennese psychologists who would tell I truth about anything. If I don ..,
Not by a long shot. The world like it. all right. There is plenty .f reww
goes on. about. Timothy r
veto was overridden Truman would likewise get stampeding cattle they can't run away from life.
Men dream and men hope for better things. badly
I Democratic National committee leaders polled ? What cattle bar-. << corrals to keep them from getting mother fixa- I more writers like Pegler and Pearson -
all 48 ons? What old West tions. Or tear down Bull Durham to '
committee members plus State chairmen. signs keep if you can find them telling
THE HUMAN RACE has gone through Two-thirds favored both veto and Senate supportfor "Listen to this"shouted - the cows from living in a dream world. Give me i I' the truth. I Besl Trailer Shop

i of conflict and strife. It has the veto. Only the Southern States were op the Major snaking a the West where men were men and you didn't needa V. T. BOGARD !

survived tyrants dictators war lords and posed. On Thursday June 19. the day before the newspaper out of his seer- letter from Sigmund Freud to prove it!" I Trail-R-Ccat Points
White House released the veto message Sen. Pep sucker frock coat. "The & :tee" "You've been seeing too many movies. Morgan.** Reader Would Extend Vote 2225 W. Washington

all other power-made men who lunged per of Florida sat down with Sen. Hartley of Kern County land Com I grinned. was going to invite you to lunch and Of Thanks to Columnist Dial 6894

their way to the top for a tim Kentucky Democratic policy chairman Leslie Baf- I pany. America's largest throw a steak into you but I guess you don't feel I I tOn Winter Garden Rail

The little people think civilization will fie and "Skeeter" Johnson minority clerk. to cattle raiser announces that research: into the like biting into a psycho. Too bad. I hate lunching I' Editor In reply Orlando to our Morning friend Sentinel with the: I -
problem of
fattening steers for market indicates alone."
decide whether Sen. Elbert Thomas of Utah shouldbe pet in Thursday's Sentinel. I
survive even an atomic 'holocaust Per summoned back from Switzerland to vote. Itwas that the animals worry and lose weight if they are The Major locked his arm in mine and pro- I agree peeve that there should be a vote-

haps it will but it's a terrible chance to agreed that Skeeter Johnson should telephone unduly disturbed. To help relieve the meat shortage pelled me toward the elevator. "Never let a pal on Pe Thomas. the company has forbidden its cowboys to down in my life. be purred. "111 go along just I

take.We However Johnson never did. Instead he and yell yippee-ki-yi. wave their hats fire six-shooters to keep yon company."
believe that some of the fear talk Baffle tried to work out a pair with a Republican or do' anything to make the cattle nervous!'" At lunch the old faker ate as if he were going to TERMITE CONTROL TONIGHTATaoo1!

we are hearing has deep domestic political Senator. Both Sens. Capehart of Indiana and McCarthy I "Entertaining and enlightening." I told the be electrocuted that afternoon. When the waiter I I 2* TEARS OF DEPENDABILITY
of Wisconsin were willing to be paired with Major. "But why should it keep me from my ap- brought the tab. Quick-on-the-draw Morgan astounded I cell PHO.VE OB WHITE:
significance.The .
Thomas. They thought this was onlyfair since pointment with the Messrs. Vitamin and Calorie?" me by grabbing it. I sat and watched him I

military people are upset about he was in Geneva on official business. "Because of your obligation to the public pro- .as he'ceremoniously took a little gold pencil out of I H. L. COX

Congressional cuts in their budgets. But Sens. Wherry of Nebraska and Taft of claimed the mahatma of the midways. "I want you his pocket and carefully checked the addition. T1,4 IKMA ST.RADIO :
Ohio refused. By that time they were certain to protest in your column against populating the "It's quite correct" he said slipping me the

They are fighting for more money to Thomas would not fly back. sagebrush with sissies :first thing you know the check. "You: can pay the gentleman." .1

run the Army and the Navy. This question of whether Thomas would or SERVICE Connie Mack
would not fly back from the International. Labor WESTBROOK I"
We believe these men are sincere. Wedon.t Conference in Geneva figure largely in the remainder PEGLER SAYS HOME MOTOROLA AUTO
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gerating their requirements. But there is Sen. Pepper was. determined to delay a vote Readers Economy Auto Supply Store Robert Merrill
until Thomas could back. Pay Close Attention !
get Other Democratic
little doubt that their knowledge of and leaders were not so determined. 135 S. orange Are. Phoa MU .

respect for the power of the atom bomb is Finally' on Saturday afternoon Pepper discovered -

influencing their: thinking and their talking. that, despite previous 'promises, no one had telephoned NEW YORK Iy WESTBROOK PEGLER about the Idiotic Guru letters about Wallace's, association Making RADIO History! Bill i Stem i iI

They know firsthand what it win do. Sen. Thomas. Pepper concluded that Gael -Henry Wallace has refused to with Hoerich and about Henry's interestin

Sullivan director of the Democratic National Committee say whether he wrote certain Idiotic Guru lettersto esoteric or mysterious religions and the old. I
They know how fast It is being de- had been kidding him when he said that a Prof. Nicholas Konatantin Roerich the Russian discredited I
pseudo-science: of astrology. Never
Constellation, available to fly Thomas back. E 1-TWENDY Many others on
veloped for even greater destruction. Meanwhile up in New York. Mayor William painter Orientalist and International political ad theless Roosevelt fired Jesse Jones from the post I i

They are afraid of it. O'Dwyer wajt trying to arrange a special train to venturer. I will therefore now prove the existenceof tion of Secretary of Commerce,to vacate the Job for I I

They are trying to acquaint the little bring the ailing Sen. Wagner father of the beleaguered a New Deal cabal which revblved. or spun about Wallace. Roosevelt thus would have placed Wallace: WARREN "We the PeopIe"I!

people of its power for they know that if Wagner Act. to Washington on a Roerich until finally Wallace suddenly snapped in charge of the Reconstruction Finance Corpora ,; ,

the man on the street in America learns stretcher. out of his own dizzy whirl In 1935, while Roerich tion. and theEWS I! I I

firsthand its full the people them- Pepper was"so. furious over the failure to tele- was'carrying a mission to China and Mongolia for j WDSO I
power phone Thomas in Switzerland that Sen. Barkley This Is not only the "biggest bank in theworld" I
selves will demand a strong defense. promised to make the phone call himself. He also the Department of Agriculture with the power to wreck the U. S. and the I \
said the Republicans: would agree to vote Tuesday It will be necessary for the reader to pay close capitalistic world Milo Boulton, M. C.
but it is
1 ATE BELIEVE THAT the 80th Congress at 3 pm* thus giving the Utah Senator plenty of i attention to keep the relationships absolutely autonomous Bradley' Orch.
S and absolutely irresponsible. Fir ale lest time ii lair Oscar \
W straight.
has carried a popular trend for time to wing his way across the ocean.

economy beyond the safety point. We be- Just at this moment however Supt. of the Press ,. } Louis L. Horch. at present the Its powers are so great; and its affairs so intri a a dramatic show combines serial-headHae news an
as Warren.
lieve it is the duty of the United States to Gallery Harold Beckley handed Barkley an AP ;. t [ regional director of the Depart- cate and mysterious that a person disposed to tlamattrusnewspaperwoman.takayvuoIItl Wendy

maintain a big stick and a sober head. message quoting Thomas as saying he was not hameat T of New of York Commerce and New for the States abolish the capitalistic civilization and the nati from UM sews microphone right into \
coming back from Geneva. Jersey with her .
own thrilling Uf story I
And that's what these fearful leaders of "In that case.** said Barkley "we can't do any offices ta New York was a disciple -, boundaries which protect the TJ. S. from the parasitism Dont mere this exciting new radio @

ours are trying to sell us. thing." : of Roerich. He has. stated and warlike envy of the backward breeds idea vita Douglas Edward: famed

It makes good sense to us and we be- It was not until Saturday night that Phil Murray f that this organization of which could accomplish these purposes as chief of the CBS newscaster. Listen to ,

lieve it is the way to permanent peace. learned that Sen. Thomas long a friend of Wallace was certainly a familiar if RFC.: Congress refused to confirm Wallace for the WOBD J1on. Turn Fri.
Knute Rockne used to say "the best de- labor, wasnt flying home to uphold the veto. Mur- ?. not formally a member;... a cult HAJkUEST I
and that the faithful post of Secretary of Commerce until the powers of ____ ------
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fense is a strong offense. ray. hlnwlf then put through a trans-Atlantic s. regarded - -
We won't take that as gospel as appliedto can. got Thomas' out of bed about 3 am. and was I Roerich as God Almighty. the RFC were separated from the Job. I A..e e t. .....rRO&I10STAL PssaN
international relations but do believe flabbergasted to hear the Utah Senator say that i' He compared Roerich to Father In the Fan of 1948. shortly before Pres. Truman
we there was no need for him to fly home. Divine the Negro cultist whose finally fired Wallace I Former Governor I
that i-egier as Secretary of Commerce. :
a strong military potential should be Democratic Dir. Sullivan had told him. Thomas followers believe that he Is God. LI
maintained by the U. S. until the United The idiotic Guru letters Henry raised Horch to the most powerful position
said that the veto would be overridden by a marginof which turned up in the I t.
Nations' path to peace is straight and four votes hence it was useless for him to return. 1940 Presidential campaign as material intended to he had ever held in the Government. Wallace made I, 4 Legal point

This was what caused Murray ta send Barkley discredit Wallace, express reverence for Roerich and him 'regional director. He still holds that Job although Pictured form Kronen Cab.) P

wide.Meanwhile' the courage of the little people the bitter telegram warning him that the Sen indicate that the writer had consecrated himself to Wallace is out Wallace meanwhile has r governor 9 Remain t }WIN

in the face of these predictions of early ate vote on the veto would be a final test of the a holocaust by means of which the as it were been touring Britain.l"rance. and the U. S. of Alabama, 7 Scheme
dross would, be burned off mankind and preaching Chaurcey-'
disaster Democratic party.Meanwhile. a fine sur- 8 Sun god
gives renewed hope that some- Sen. Tbbey liberal Republican who viving race would be produced. an indefinite message which advocates the 7 Swagger 9 Reverential
thing soon will be worked out before human
appeasement of Russia as a means of 13 Father fear
sometimes supports labor was in New Hampshire. The Russians called their avoiding war or
massacres Uquida-
beings start wiping human: beings off' the, Learning of this Taft phoned. urging that Tobey tion, the Germans called theirs a purge. Both a were even though this would subject millions of human mother 10 Brood ofpheasants 30 Deed 48M' *sure
face of the earth.
be paired against the labor bOL regional This holocaust was to purify mankind beings to the holocaust of the purifying fires men- 14 He is a 11 Jail room 32 Fruit drink Paradise

and therefore was intended to sweep the whole tioned in the idiotic Guru letters. 15 War sod 12 Gaelic 33 Gibbon 50 Lash

II Orlando Morning Se tinelRad Program I world. As to whether Horch. so long a Government j 16 Verdi Opera by .7 Symbol for 37 Parent 51 Resting

: Wallace sent Roerich to Asia ostensibly to hunt official is still devoted U the spiritual mystery i 19 Lampreys indium 38 German river S3 CoUecton ef
ow oa.: wws sass Rao WDBO CSS*) WLO grass seed ta 1934 and canned him or J, 20 Size of Ambary
o.U (1210WOOS (7 by cable in 1935. shot sayings
WCtfWtf 39 Pairs Cb )
rOO C&arcb 1st taws
: -a.ratil.atta confusion
J'4S Ole tad Tab _f. Whltem-a CI_. Bkndtuad ____ that first brought him and Wallace together | 21 Youngsterarticle
6:IS F ra G MPSr; NewrfmIIl.ter... IUi7Uua BGn Horch later testified that there was talk In the cult 21 Despot 40 Rough lava 54 Bunner oa
0:20: RKUa tan Raas*. lUroOJaYOO +-+- tress 4-00: BOOM Party ___P. wutemaa C---Kev of a scheme to make Roerich "head" of there is no guidance beyond Bonn's word. I :3 French %%Weight unit
0:43 Nswreltm Dtisas.Meratoa Yedn.uosrorEa aambkn. '1:15: HauM tarty.r.. "1f&wmaa da.: ,Btaeio Party _..... an independent 2. Handle 43 Grate Slow
Tawa Patrol ___Hewo-lCoa. CK-Nws __ 4.30 Dr. tad ----0 Jr. Collage __8tio Party State of Siberia. The Guru letters were His word certainly not always credible. He 24 Also :5 25HawaU bird 44 Plot I* S11111"27 *
T-1S Yawn Patrol Mvateal dock ,Momma Cerotio-a. _4:43 Cbareh .f Air __ Tom 10 _Btadlo Party -- written before Wallace sent Roerich the 26 Poem 45 Vehicle $t >:bee
T-JO Wake VP Uctoa )1's ins DerafneXtv UIO Zrte ... ____ on trip. recently told me. in person>> ta my office that he 29 Playing card From
SeranU _
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'f-U 11.w.4ata. Sm-Mad.- ..--740 a.bi ___ Wile Pirate ta contemplation of the Siberian project. 28 Era 47 Forenoon S9 Suffix
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-eo calarw.- i: arr.aR1-News S30: Lam and Alms Jack, Anutn .Ratfie Rodeo In 1938 Wallace. appointed Horch. the chief disciple never had subscribed to any of Roerich'a myster-1' Asiatic 29 Cravat (**) 61 Cosftpasspoiri
ails Contact .--.----- Band of Day __74 Cta.tJO "-44 Dttk HCltUIe, "... Boa Hamilton movies! __________ ious preachings but I kingdom
of the was Interested
lily and Carty .._. latlx Rhythms ___74O CJsb __== O OO TJP/AP Kea ,.,..., Plm Lewie. ___.Bapper dm. old cult to the position of senior mar- in his paintings \ 34 Frozen water i. a I" S IW 1 1"110 tt rr rz.
S-4S Bfact BrertOes Xeiheek nrtfter 'rtO club ':IS _Uoe-t Borr D-r 1gad..1a the -Wortttte_ keting specialist: of the Department of AgrtcuJ.ture.with and culture. He scoffed at Roerich'a mysticism and 35 Harem r I''
p Nevv-D-tk .00 Breakfact eta _N.w. _____,,, 1:30: Boom Pare of Air Archar Ba_> _Mu*_: for tttai-ju. offices in New York. Horch had room Ii -. I II
9 IS Morals Derotioa. Broakfajt Qob740. Club. _0 4- RofrTreat.. Peen gporu Pleads _Cttftgn TJUeyfOO spent more occultism. Further investigation proved that Horch ; 3*Stnrehouse
S-JO .etya Wmtera Broakf act dab .Woman World than $1 million as angel sucker for 39 '
':48 Tours Klneertly BreaMaat: dab _w__.'. World-. : Bi* Term __. Beadllao XdUioa. .&7 BobiaooB or Roerich'scultural was a devotee that he and his wife both addressed I Pacemaker 15 b 1 t- \ '
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Eli Tvrm Elmer
: Dana mI A InN and spiritual promotions, and. ta that experience 41 Beret
10.-00 Armor Godfrey __ Ten star_ Baadta4 ."T"10JS 7JO: Mr. MU. iforU The Palooo .... .Ktnay Baker Roerich: and his wife as their
Artttwr Oodtrer 8..rTJB1>rrfrtr-rr-itTinrt T 4S Bin B-JT Tbo Paleom _-. .Dt&l A -l-e he had adopted a spiritual pseudonym."LogvanOO. spiritual parents 42 College cheer .+ $: +=
lO: O Boeemary Paahioeo ta Made. Betty LUttatne Crocker Pert.Banitad..jaek, Bercn :<0 w.. iho .....1e ..Carafe-do OS ICaTDUl A Dtaw ,_,. . and Roerich was "the master" and that Horch, 43 Notary public n
tau a IS We the People Real .. .4 IS q
11 o wads Wrro-i _. Toot Humm-ii .X.w. _- _' -,-- S 30 a_duo Oaeminrtcan, at.rt.Dl.1,-. _TbnWa A XHe Aactic Wallace knew him as a fellow-traveler In Roerich's finally involved In a financial dispute with his old fab.) ;;:
11-15 llbo Hetea careen Treat-teBaa----Ostia-.. Tea Br Drk_aa,.._..Bond-U-d Badta4: t,4S atadio One _Aaerteaa Parse _.OU1 A _!.- queer circle during the years of their joint Guru. or master intellect, said the circle was a 4S Frightens e J J 1;)
U:4: Oct O- Baday T.Males -_____ Dt-te: uiy fJ.eetN Lis 0:00: et1ldoe atadt. 0.OMaco.. _ABerieaa. Ponu _8rmpbon Hall interest. Horch continued to work for the Department spiritualist cult and .said Roerich was Just like 50 Musical note i 3
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DELANDAny change from the [r: 'r al tc CrrriVcmg! : Sentfntfl! -
CLERMONT-Rural letter carriers .
higher Juice standards
recom- from all sections of wWa
mended by the """
Florida Citrus opened their annual convcetiea
Commission's Grades Committee I here yesterday with a bed3 I'

will be opposed, Tom B. Stewart session boating trip and ban4et. .

Volusia County citrus grower and A. :} 'id. .%:' n\ Y. ,.. ,:N' Pi. '.L P ...yri9 Members of the Rural Carriers' -
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day.Stewart I ;8..v : v;,.': *1*S 'd ? bra %a R r :.4 yesterday a joint morning business, with Don session E. I'

said he had been ad- !' .. .Nn'iM: .: ns. :... Smith of Clermont focal chairman ;}

vised that the Department of MEMBERS OF THE SILVER SPURS, expert riders who will per- performance they will give during the holiday weekend. The stock fresh off the range. The Spurs Club is a non-profit organization presiding The Rev. Hugh and
invocation
Agriculture had noted oppositionto form at Kissimmee in the two-qay rodeo July 3 and 4, are shown rodeo will feature five contest events* bronc ding, bull riding, and proceeds go to improving their arena and expanding address Embry gave of the nrtcoBV was by

alternate the plan, and would suggest an above, immediately before thgy rehearsed some phases of the calf roping, steer wrestling, and wild cow milking, using wild its facilities. Mayor W. IL HcQfmtfen. I
grading system which 1 .
includes an AA type for the A 1 5 Other speakers were Oafetey
Tuesday July 1,1947 (flrlanao jHnrnutg &rntuul Page I
quality suggested ,by the commit- j Seaver Clermont portmtntor;
f Citrus Clash County Judge A. S. Herlong Jr..

tee."A prospective buyer has to Groups !! Leesburg.given by a Vocal quartet selections compound were of I

guess at ,the declared Inside, "and contents unless" Retail Liquor ; Off-Season Payment 'Red Tide' Fund Helen Shirley Brown Tegg and Delores Shirley Wafce Cteta-. "-

the U. S. permissive grade A is On FCC ManagershipBy I trnson, accompanied by Again '
bettered as the committee has I Johnson. -
suggested, there will be no Plea DeferredTALLAHASSEE
Monday afternoon drttqntei
remedy of Policing EyedST. Program Readjusted.
the existing, situa JACK< GURNETT i were taken on a scenic boat trip
tion." [Ojr On Staff Correspondent:! I over the Clermont chain of .....
He said the committee's recom- WINTER HAVEN-Rurjiors current in the citrus in- PETERSBURG [API flor- f<:;-r.'d\ to O'mdo'! Wcrr'rq Sen' ",) t APJ The' The Presidents' and Secretarial
mendation provided a means dustry for several weeks that Marvin H. Walker now ida State Retail Liquor Dealers WINTER HAVEN new 1947 State law. effective yes: State Budget Commission yester-, Club met last night at 6:30. -

whereby all fairly'matured fruit of secretary-manager of Florida! Citrus Producers Trade I Assn.'took steps, yesterday to "police" : terday, will provide a more even balance between contributions day deferred consideration of a! Karl Lehmann, secretary of
Average quality can be recognizedand I its own industry, and went the Lake County Chamber: : of
set apart from the Immatureand Assn., would be. named ge eral manager of the Florida ,on record against sale of alcoholic I to the State Unemployment Fund and payments to request for emergency assistance ,I Commerce, was master: of eere-
undeveloped. Stewart said he Citrus Commission, have been: brought into the open by beverages on Sunday.At I unemployed citrus workers during the off-season months of in combating the "red tide"! i monies for the anneal banoaet

would oppose the change if pre- I United Growers and Shippers!A it' quarterly business July, August and September, Sen. Harry E. King said ;i which is causing damage among at the Legion Center fet night.
sented when the Commission meets which has served notice it wilt T[creased tax on oranges only to meeting, the association adopted I' *here last night in a talk prepared' Lee County salt water fish. !i I The carriers will meet at 9 am.
Wednesday at Lakeland. openly fight and protest any such>> have Walker's organization knownin a policing plan which would 1 I for( a meeting of citrus employes Cause of the condition, which' today at the Hancock Bid*.. ad
move. the industry as PTA kick it in have a committee call on any Vet Teachers destroyed an estimated 50 million:' the auxiliary will meet at the
Legion Post Slates For many weeks there have been the pants with an alternativewith retailer who isn't abiding by While King made no refer- pounds of fish some months ago.j Woman's Club Bldg. Carrier wflll
Oviedo Pool Benefit rumblings of an impending chang the net result that nothingat liquor regulations or who per- ence to claims by the Florida has not been determined. Rep. :l hear addresses by Lewis Lotted f
-with some reports having it tha; Scott Hough of Lee County told ,
all was done. mits misconduct on his prem- Slate Meet Council of Citrus Workers Un- Moneyway and Willard Mnafca.
iSpecjal to Orlando Mom'ng Sentinel] Robert C_ Evans incumbent general *- Pace admitted Walkers' "admirable ises. Gov. Caldwell in a letter. :; and will elect officers and aefcct ...
OVIEDO-Final plans are being manager, will resign soon. ability his untiring energy ions [AFLJ that it was respon- He asked that research on the', the 1948 convention city. -
made for the barbecue here Fri- Marl E. Pace general manager -: and much fine work, which he has If the retailer doesn't mend his i At Daytona sible for passage of the act in problem be conducted by the I I I
day sponsored by Post 243. Amer- of United who wrote al capably and efficiently handled in ways, to the association then in will the last Legislature he credited State Board of Health or one of ,: Florida Rail Group
move present a case court
ican Legion, for benefit of a letter to Chm. Rollie Tillman of! the past," and assuring Tillman him. ]il Spec[ rto\ Orlando Worn:ng Sentinel 1 Mrs. T. G. Hammond of Winter the State universities.
against
chlorinator for the Oviedo swim- the Citrus Commission, declaredIn I DAYTONA BEACH-H. E. The Governor replied the request Gets Change of Name
that "we entertain no personal
has been I The group said it would abide Haven canning plant supervisor would be considered but he
ming pool. The pool 'part: .grievances against him and that, by actions of county commissioners i! Wood, State Supervisor of Agricul- TALLAHASSEE (API Ptorfcte
"invaluable assistance"When
with I
closed for several years by the . Rumors have been current was "not optimistic because of the Railroad went oat of
Commission
in fact. many of us are his per- in setting the hours of closing i tural Education, announced yesterday -
Florida State Board of Health because i somewhat cramped fiscal situa-
within the citrus industry for som I sonal friends" "and other local regulations. Next I King first proposed elim- existence yesterday but today the
of lack of means of purify- j that the Annual State Conference tion.
time lathe three-member board will
regarding possible changes ; i quarterly meeting will be at Daytona ination of the seasonality provi- innmp
ing water. staff of the Florida Citru$ Making it plain that Lnited'sopposition Beach Sept. 23-29; of Teachers of Vocational I sinus, which prevented payments 1 I' the duties of the Florida Railroad
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Commission. Some have been so to Walker would continue 1 School for Veterans would be held 1 to citrus workers during the usual State Welfare GroupTo and Public Utilities Cnmnilortm.
widely circulated that they have Pace called on him to and The name was changed by the
FLORIDA NEWS BRIEFS here July 7 through July 11. period-July August Sep- Mark Anniversary
Forecastof created a great deal of discontentand clarify the situation by "publicly tember-he ran into a lot of opposition 1947 Legislature, although te
fear lest the commission may stating that he will not under Educational and vocational in the industry, he said, JACKSONVILLE [rAP Florida's agency was not given any amr
now be considering or may in the any circumstances accept Bradley Mansion agriculture experts fromthroughout but after several weekend con- State-Federal public assistance authority.
future consider favorably appoint- employment by the commis- the country will attend ferences in which he explainedthe program will be 10 years old I to-
Business . sion." Wood said. day. Following the amending of Although there were few Watt
ProspectsA ment of Marvin H. Walker as Goes to Cancer purpose of the law he won
general manager of the commis- In discussing these rumors Lasted to Address the conference support of many of those opposed I the Constitution to permit use of Pointers in high command in the
penetrating analysis of business sion, or to some other important Walker said that he had not been Research t" are Colin English, State Superintendent to the alterations and pledges of State funds for welfare purposes, Union armies at the beginning of
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prospects for the next several :years place." approached-and explained that l of Public Instruction A. no opposition from others. I, the State Welfare Act was passedby the Civil War at I's end all of
prepared by of the Statistical of the Research nation Pace continues: "This is to inform he felt that he was "set" in his I THE late Col. E. R. Bradley's H. Hollenberg. Farm Mechanic King said, during the past six the 1937 Legislature and became the general nff;'"r<<3; of the line
Department largest Industrial one Corporations for you that the Board of Directors present job and considered FCC 64-room mansion at I Specialist Washington, D. C.; D. years workers in the citrus industry effective July 1. 1937. 'I were-We<:t. PCvpr' i :
guidance of its long term expansion of United . did in its meeting employment hazardous and too Palm Beach has been turned over E. Timmons, Extension Economist have been discriminated .
planning. held June 19, 1947 unanimously risky, because of its political setup. 'I to the Institutum Divi Thomae. of I Jin Marketing, University of Florida against while seasonal workersin Bank Clearings Gain
Reprints of this informative article instruct me to transmit to But he made no statement as to I Cincinnati, according to the Very ; Phil S. TaYlor Supervising other trades such as the crate- JACKSONVILLE API! Bank I
available without charge upon receipt ou our unequivocal opposition toplo"Dlent whether or net he would considerthe ; Rev Msgr. Cletus A. Miller, presi- i j I Inspector Department of Agricul- making industry, race tracks clearings for June exceeded those I
of request. ,Write or call of Mr. Walker in any job. dent of the institution. . The ',ture Tallahassee; Nathan Mayo. construction, professional baseball [for the corresponding month in !
[pacity whatever by the commis- Face called on the commissionalso i home purchased by William H.i Commissioner, State Department and hotel and restaurant Indus- 1946 by more than $20 million, the .
< 'n." to notify United if it shouldsee I I Dormer of Philadelphia, will be'!'of Agriculture Tallahassee; G. W. I tries, have been covered at any l I Jacksonville Clearing Assn. reported I TONIGHT"BACHELOR'S t
ALLEN Co.INVESTMENTS J While Pace's letter to TSllman fit at any time hereafter to called Donner Hall and will be Marks, Volusia County Superintendent time they might become unem- jesterday.
& clLl not go into'details as to the consider Walker for a position on I used as a laboratory in the studyof of Public Instruction. De- ployed during Ui twelve months' DAUGHTER" P -
i tils: for United's action, other its staff, and would also "appreciate cancer, he said. I Laud and Harry Hall executive t periods,
E. Kendrick tt\J3.. the rumor spreading, it will being granted an opportunityto f '* manager of Daytona Beach Chamber "Due to the seasonality pro- The Tropical Hotel Claire Trevor-Adolphe Me1Io1l"Cartooa" _
be;| recalled that recently United personally appear in opposition I UofF Branch Liquidated of Commerce. J visions of, the unemployment Latest World News"Csiidrar r
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Manager I English will be heard Monday, i "Central Florida' Finest : Uoftr Tp i r:.,--. Admttte IrisF
brand for thereto. compensation law employers in
511 Metcalf Bldg. TeL 2-2772' proposed a master plan I T IQUIDATIO1T of the Tallahassee ,,cot 1'0.. i
Florida citrus-bolstered by an InOCEAN Paradoxically enough when see Branch of the Universityof and will give the organization'sI the citrus industry have been ,: KISSOIMEE. FLORIDA c..ta 6"9. f'r_ I rn Mc
the rumors first started fi"lngaboutfollowinl' I Florida was approved by the report. It is expected that paying to the Stats at a much Inder New ManagementOpen
I more than 100 vocational agriculture : Year Round
a move by the State Budget Commission yester- I higher ratio than have other in- Cocktail Lounge
teachers will attend '
commission four weeks ago to I day. ..The branch will no longerbe and ):*t'I dustries."A Luncheon 12-2 Dinner -9
ticipate
I in discussions of theState's
set up a survey committee head- necessary, as men are now per- typical example is Orange
ed by Latt Maxcy of Frostproofto mitted to enroll regularly at Florida I agriculture program, as I County, which in 1946 paid the !
study commission proceduresand State University here well as the new school bill as it sum of $439,555.37 and during i i'I
possible changes-Pace was i The State Budget Commissionmet I affects the farming program and I''I'the same period benefits amounted *- NOW OPENFirst O
mentioned as one of the possibi- in brief emergency session veterans. to only $55,387. of its kind la OrlandoPIZZERIA
lities for the general manager yesterday to approve release of Now e
ship. $6,250 asked by the Florida For- Melon Shipments Top Fisheries Group Asks Showing
However, he went on record as est Service to meet expenses. [Italian Cheese and Tomato Pie]
.., Last Year's Total
:.v o Er ye: saying he was not at that ,time Intervention in Suit SUNSHINE PATIO
ntemplating changing jobs and Marriage Licenses Drop I {Speat to Orlando: Morning Sentinel TALLAHASSEE [UPI The Lake "THE BRUTE MAN"Rondo
R k could not, under any [SoeCIc'! to Cr'anrfo *.'on r-g Serif LEESBURG-Florida watermelon Okeechobee Commercial Fisheries!I 400 N. Parramore Fair Grounds West of the Hatton-Tom Neal
I'stances, accept such a circum-I'I TAVARES Number of mar- shipments for 1947 have passed Assn. yesterday asked permission|I Home Made Hot Tamales -
lax The commission, meets riage licenses issued in June was I those of 1946 at this time, the Department !I to intervene in the legal suit by' And
day, and it is possible that some I 25, or 13 less than*for the same i of Agriculture reported which the State Game and Fish!'I Real Cuban Sandwiches "Affairs Of Geraldine"StarringJane
1 reaction to the United letter will month of 1946 County Judge A. ,, yesterday. Total shipped to date I Commission hopes to keep the : Pizzas and Hot Tamales Prepared Withers
to Take Oat
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i be put into the record. !S. Herlong Jr. said yesterday. I i'I is 7,325 cars.Florida I I conservation board from exercising -' BEER AND WINE PHONE 923S
shipped 1,377 within
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jurisdiction over the lake Open Sunday: -Closed Monday
w'Pr.- the week, as compared with waters. I
b DINING ROOM COCKTAIL LOUNGE PACKAGE GOODS I
323 cars for Georgia. New York I 1 The association's attorney.
auction was paying from $555 to I K. Bell asked intervention on
f Ft PATIO? $1.090 for Florida melons, depending I half of H. G. Stewart, of R.I M 1 +
Barbecues Ii Picnics : upon size and quality. Haven.


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John Krider and other folks up Sanford way are still .I 'Americans I\

hot about the use of Hal Stewart, Mount Plymouth pitcher, Racks 10th in SemifinalsIn Blackwell Gets Dodgers Hop Hurler Defeats

as a limited service player. . Earlier in the year, when up -

Stewart was with Sanford, Trautman ruled Stewart a "vet- On Rowe For

eran"; now the Red Hats carry him a peg lower. . Kridersays Wimbledon Tourney No. 13
Reds
Trautman admitted Stewart had been In pro ball for two years Victory 3-1 ; 74TriumphPHILADELPHIA : Athletics 8-7]

and 74 days [limit: two years 45 days] but didn't want to penalize ,

Stewart because he left Chattanooga In mid-season to enter the servIce WIMBLEDON Eng. [UP] The United States advanced LAP] The

. Sports Editor Art Beckwlth of the Sanford Herald poses this BOSTON lAP With Joe Di- a long step toward an All-American men's singles final in Cubs 6-4 Brooklyn Dodgers hammered WASHINGTON Cary who made TAP R ok1e
Trip Scott the
questIon1! he was a veteran for a sixth place club, then why isn't Maggio sending him on his way the Wimbledon Tennis Championships yesterday as Jack the Schoolboy second Rowe inning for here four last runs night in from Washington Claaa D jump Or-

he a veteran for a second-place! club?" I with a two-on triple. Rookie Frank Kramer, Tom Brown and unheralded Budge Patty swept and handed the big right handerhis lando. Fla. farm club to the

Probable season Sanford got Walt Harrington one of the top Shea turned in a brilliant four- into the semi-finals along with Dinny Pails of Australia. CINCINNATI rAP Ewell- No- third setback of the season and I majors In one hop, received credit

Florida-International League hitters from the Tampa Smokers is i hit pitching performance to give I )- Hit] Blackwell recovered from a1 I his first loss at Shibe Park since for his first major league victory
that Tampa had paring down their roster of "veterans' I I All four American favorites 1nwomen's I here last night when
a problem I, start to mark his 11th I!'April 21, 1946. after 13 straight Washington
the New York Yankees 3-1 win poor up .
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and had to make a choice between Harrington and Fernando Soils, singles advanced into the !' victories. In defeating the Philadelphia clustered three t'UIin the ninthto
the latter of Spanish extraction and rated better box office bet in over the Red Sox last night before I round of eight and the lone U.s.1 j I Winter Park, straight and 13th pitching victory! Phillies 7 to 4 before a defeat the Philadelphia Athletics .

Tampa. . Reports than demons, new assistant to Coach Brady a packed 34.705 crowd. The I I casualty of the day was Bob Fal-1 i of the season as his Cincinnati I!i crowd of 28515. I 8-7.

Cowell at Stetson. Is In line for the head coaching job at Florida win increased the Yankees' top kenburg of Hollywood seeded j! Orlando Nines Reds came from behind to defeat :i The victory put the Dodgers Cary. who pitched to only one

State University at Tallahassee prompts the observation that FSU place lead to five and a half j eighth, who succumbed to Pails the Chicago Cubs. 6-4 before 31637 ,-}f within a few percentage points of batter in the. tina inning, was the
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will soon be In stiff competition with the U of Fla. for grid talent, games on the Bosox t I fans here last night. Eddie i the Boston Braves for first place : a.at of five Nit
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Joe Dobson opened 'for the 46. - -0. l Clash Today in the National League standings. tM pitchers who were
cash and what-have-yoo. American League champions and I For the second straight day of Lukon hit his sixth homer for:1 I Peewee Reese and Carl Furillo bartered for 1$
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passed Tommy Henrich with one singles competition it was Patty Lady Chubb's unbeaten Winter J Cincinnati in the seventh. led the attack on Rowe with three h.1 '
Herman Goodwin, local<< golfer and No. 2 man on the Rollins golf out. After Eddie Pellagnnl booted I ,Park nine will clash with Carlisle i'i The Cubs scored all their runs hits each. ,':' Wash !often,
team. Is at the University of Florida's Summer School session . CUff double lightly regarded on the Wimbledon hits, coprt@d.;: 14
Johnny Lindell'5 play i Hughes undefeated Orlando entry in the first Inning on two Jackie Robinson of the Dodgershit : hit
Kerby,who hurled for the G-Men back before the war. and a former grounder down the third base line I turf a week ago who rocked the at Tinker Field at 3 put today three bases on balls .and Shortstop safely in his 17th consecutivegame : of Drk: Potrler
Florida basketball oldest DiMaggio lashed : stadium with an upset. Playing i, Eddie Miller's two-run error. then before because of a : anti Russ Chru-
and baseball star, has taken a job with the State the second I: in the Sixth District American retiring -
Department of Education as supervisor of physical education and his three base drive into deep with his_right__ thigh taped berT I i Legion Junior Baseball paly. j I got only two hits the rest of the I sore back. The Phils' Del Ennis .' '... topper!

recreation In State schools . Leon Shepherd manager of Apopka's I center. I Ir ; *,_ I I The Winter Park nine notched I way. Blackwell. who has lost only ran his consecutive game hitting .. : The! National

pace-setting team in the Lake-Orange League was originally scheduledto Shea more than clinched his _. their fourth victory Friday when two games struck out 11. ;I streak to 19 games, longest in the ..:: entered its ninth
10th triumph against two set I The Reds. who pounded out majors this year. w:th a 7-5 deficit
defeated late
they Cocoa a entry.
the OrangeAU-Stars when they meet the Lake AU-Stars at I
manage I backs by opening the fifth witha 14 hits off Erickson and Johnny .ROOKLY" IN) I PHILADELPHIA (II) 'II. | as T he i result of
9-6 Awhile Orlando romped to an I .. .. . I :
Winter Garden r
Friday night but Jim Mobley got the job when I scored .5,5.5 V : *
I and being batted across Scmitz. his successor, 2f a thrpp-nin Phil-
single easy 14-1 win over Kissimmee to JHankfRab: .:II S lIS : X&N50L" S S I I ;i
Shepherd advised officials he wouldn't be able to be at the game. I the plate on a Snuffy Stirnweiss _'i hang up their third triumph. Win- their first run in the third twa wn.1" 4 I 1 I 5...ad.... 1. S S S 1 y adebhaoutburt!

For Cliff G. Coffeen: Jodie Howington, Sanford hurling ace sacrifice and a Henrich one- -.. ner of today's battle will loom as more in the fourth and the 1 4 1 3 3 4 ."WJ".1t'B.:W.IIrrf' 5 11215 1 2 1 I *. I f inthefrstof

last season U now with the Pittsburgh Pirates Selma Ala.. Class B base belt into right field. ;\ a favorite to cap the district tying and winning runs in the 11..1. I 1 2 I T..a, 1 I 5 I S : 1 & f the ninth

farm.club In the Southeastern League. lie started out with Indianapolis Dobson was "yanked for pinch championship. sixth. 5 J I I .' ..If SeSSIRin..S. 0251'awius35 Cary Jerry Priddy
$11 1S)16.I-k.)
then went to Albany before heading for Selma . The AU- I hitting Pitcher Dave [Boo Ferriss :r Games elsewhere In the Southern Ray amanno opened: sixth by 5 1 5 2 SItz1b 4 S S Ii SHiSISIS opened with a single off chrate-
Star baseball game a week from today will be aired over Mutual in the sixth and Tex Hughson. ..,". Division pair off Saint Cloudat beating a roller at the side of the 't 5557 ITm..a, 552S3105T.Ssp I" I pher and after Al Evans flied out

Broadcasting System . A plaque honoring Kid Eberfeld. the who has been nursing an elbow Kissimmee and Cocoa at Win- I plate but Tom Tatum, who ran 'I 5t.teSyp 4SSSI5ep 1 S S SlaSrs_ I S IS S Pinch Hitter Early Wynn singled

former major and minor league player and manager, who has visited injury took over and gave the ter Garden.In for him was forced by Blackwell. to right Priddy stopping at sec
I Yanks half of their six hits over Frankie Baumholtz singled. Black- T uto 4S721277'Te.hi M4I2717 ond. Phiddy and George Cue.
Division Emf
Northern
I play. __. .
here several times will be unveiled at Engle Park in Chattanooga ujy I a craaadad M for % l MLh
the last three frames. Tex was in i' ..;.._ _... _. -.i tis travels to Lersburg and Apopka I II well scored as Sturgeon threw -mad oat far tm *.*. running for Wynn. advanced on
Sunday . Gus Maneuso Is managtrig Tulsa's Texas League club trouble only once. In the eighth OSBORNE BROUGIIcause f goe sto Sanford. I II wide of second base after handling Bnakln __ __ lilt Ml ..*-: I Eddie Yost infield out and Buddy
_ _
. George Earnshaw former Athletic hurling ace. Is now a Phil- when the Yanks with one down I I In Friday's other games. Winter I Zientara's grounder and Baum- Philadelphia 1:.......: F..rill. Xmaw. '_MI 5.-.. 545-4 kttMdIII Lewis singled to left. scoring both
lies scout . New York Yankees are reportedly asking $1,428 per filled the bases. But Hughson of a pulled muscle received Garden trimmed Saint Cloud 7-0; holtz scored after Dallessandro I : T W&5.#. PnllW J. RTCM 4. Saia e.l, Aaaalirk. runners. Lewis continued to sec
for television during his stunning victory over caught Hatton's long fly. i T.e hm hIts: TurUta I. Eaaris,
game rights forced Bill Johnson to roll into a Australia's John Bromwich on I i Sanford whipped Leesburg. 11-3. ttyrmtrk. Thm.bw. Mta: Partite Ka.1.. Horn* ond on Sam Chapman'S throw \A
double play. :"in a night game. and Apopka and Babe Young Reds' first baseman rim: B,'... fftaton..*: T...,... DaM plan: the plate and Mickey Vernon sent
Los
the tall ex-GI from
Eddie GUliland first president of the Florida State League and The lone Boston run was unearned Angeles Saturday whipped Europe's best. Mount Dora went 11 innings to a and the Cubs' Lowrey were :tmna NVWWMII; tPuikr*. Vtrtaa Rm sad. and MMriti_.;.Stash.. Laft and en aaanPkiladXphia _<*-: him home with a single to centerto

row director of the Detroit Tigers farm system Is recuperating at for Shea forced in Dobsonby I Jaroslav Drobny of Czechosla- 9-9 tie game at Aavares halted by ousted from the park by Umpire I. BnMklj 11. BaoM.. haiu: oft decide the game
Doerr with the rain. Larry Goetz for too violent pro- ROTia -'. BariMT 5. Kttikmtu; bj Itnrr *. PHII.ASELNJA It A) .HI.10. CA)
Toledo from leg Injury that will shelve him for several weeks. . The walking Bobby vakia. 3-6, 6-4, 7-9. 6-2, 6-3. Staadlnc: tests of called third strikes. K,.. 4. RII; .ff Barter I in T liminci. : IMiru sorhia' sbrhs .
the
team leading the National League 4 which Is bases loaded and two out in I 1 In -. WUil pi'rfe Baron Wimitwr I -t.1I I S I 14Y1.t5 ; 1 1 I 5
on July supposedly a Kramer brushed aside Geoffrey STANDINGSSMtk.r CHICAGO: : (NJ I CINCINNATI: : (Nia55. . ,. .
third session. ., .Srh.l ... .- Bjrrv T. I'w u.: PiMIII BarlM aod .... _>.If S as. S '-< .t : :
shoo-in for the league title has gone on to win the flag only five NEW YORK <*) I tOSTOM (A) Brown of Australia seeded fifth .m Dlmira W. L Pet.|IT..*Nartlura DraixmT W, S.. PsIPWIn..r '''_.210 4 I 1 1 .ilt..u.It' I I 3 S Sl4rv.3b Goer A, .,:4z.h. ::>0 .1.1 Tlaw l ..... I ,....rf 2ssiStv.b. .: c.:3. I
times in the last 15 years although 12 American League clubs have .brh .1 I aIrNSS 6-0. 6-1, 6-3. and Tom Brown Park: 4 S 7.eMts.rs.4 3. LM t I I S 2Z.'War.2b: 5 It. 3 1'81..1. J . r.. ...... . I .
mlnw'a.tbBaaricbrt t S S 1 I'V.rf I' 1 I S drubbed Yvon Petra of ORLANDO 3 5 MVtxUooM Dan SI .MZWia. W.z211150 C I S I lIJatt.s.Z5( 4 5 S 5 Ilrll'.rf -d 4 I I 4 ""f-.II I I It I S
made the old baseball saw come true In the same 15 years period . $122.P..1J. 4555 ILIn.1t towering bardca XI .Z.0flhl..btu. IX .:3338t. :I I 5 3 'T..lII' I. S 2 IFafk".if : 1w.'.' ill' 1.1'ren. 4 1 1 2 S
Ted Williams improves his ability to field ground baljs' hit in his territory I 1 S I IWUllaauJf I S S 1 5jour.rraS1SD'rn.:5 France the defending. champion flout t 3 MUM Ewtla: I X .:.333KiiMmmn :s I I I 1I1.1I1I".rf I 1 I 1 IfliI.drn.If Swede Gel s.15b !524s3'Prt.W-2l 4251145111
15145 75. 62. 64. I t I mtniiApncka I I .1545 i ii J I I I tlHaa..rt-11t 4 0 1 I I May : : ::
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by taking short Infield workouts with the Red Sox .'. Coach M'Qulrai.Ib I S 1 r IIC.UMrw'.cr! I S S I S i coco I 1 .owii'| -(piijwl flu* rrf.J I MttPtflfl1.S :I S S Ir.'LIt\ I' I S SR'kprt.Ib =.JIt S '.,1 5 S S 5 I
Earle Brucker of the A's personally hands Athletic w.I any pitcher $10 B.rn.. I. U 4 ..PcllafTin I 5 5 1 1RimasI : Petra eliminated the ; 1It'.R-11t I" S I LEamsenne. I. I I S ... I' t .- et- 5551 I
every time he.wins via the shutout route.J. I' 1 '1 4TNMtti.. 4 5 I 4 1llbea. California law student in last tRack ISSSSCSTaCUM 055555rchip Snd SSSIPt.1.h.. 55005
G. Taylor-Spink editor of The Sporting baseball'sbible .. $111CD.e.... .1551 White Sox ShIhStMenllorI 15550 Crack Louis ]c.v.p 55555
Neews ,laTarriutbKumall 1555. year! semi-finals. Rally 1IclIa u.. 1 0 5 S 'IB1adII1.p 4 I 5 5 II at ].b..ci. 1. ShS
has published a book. Judge Landis and 25 Yean of Baseball IRghi..P I S S I S In women's singles. Louise -----I -, ---- 1\ wy.I 15155i.eS
XX 4 4X4 H,71*T1.I*C*IVIflid u.s.
which ,Is receiving praise . Tommy Fine former Orlando AAJ ;1 1TMala -155554 ---- Brough and Doris Hart advancedto -Totals eat far Btartrm IA tuib _____1 _ ___
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hurler is 24-hour 11142713 in the -raa for Lamaniw In tacor STOCKHOLM rAP Sweden'sbig 'T.... 3ITlIs3IU 'T..... 31 stinis
on option to Toronto from the Red Sox '. : It I ZT 'I| Tatalaa the quarter-finals upper
.. by Innniga.rbieao .. .. ..... Ia -.
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Ed Levy has hit seven homers for Toronto's :Maple Leafs . aad atnark avt far for Hufhaon Dnbam in 1m .t.Kb.Na.r bracket while Mrs. Patricia Can- To Down Tigers ._ __ ._ __ 4110 IKM *n -4Onrlnnatl blond boxer Olle Tandberg will b-ru- t.. far B..... hi 5th
an
Pacific Coast League bosses will meet with major league mogul York .._ _____ 2'It Ill "6-1 ning Todd and Margaret Osborne IT } __ ._ '"'1 X'I l iErrnn -. meet Joe Louis for the world 1-50 .5 ._ i.5as l.. :
__ '___ ._ __ Ml 504 lOt : Stwimo.. Mlll.r Run betted In: Pifka.kbfnn -niad for P1bs III .,.
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lower bracket. All title in the United
Bntan advanced In the heavyweight
a week from tomorrow to continue their fight to bring major Bana katted U: J. DlMagrt ( .. Rirtl.t. Battnn 3. LnkH..... Tw- d-.auwtrt fir Ca y la tam \.
PallafrlBl.
Error: :
are matched with British Empire haa Mta: EriekwMl: Zust,,.. HflHM ma: Liikm. States if he wins his match againstJoe MaxPMta4aliiU
kit Hanrteh.Thraa CHICAGO The Chicago far Wyaai ta
league ball to the Pacific Coast . Note to Jesse Bennett. Sanford 2. HiBTtrt. [)Mft. Tw. kau : I
: I Dnuhl. plan: DaUnunrtra te Ixnrr y to 8tori _ ___ "505" -t laa-t
Thanks for the letter but further airing of the matterwlll do good.Phils1 bus SaeriHcaa hit::I.u.DlMmio.......... Waa.Stolen! DoubtS baia:pUn KksratOL players In that round and were White Sox spotted Detroit a 5 to II i fmLKt till ba m: nk..e. 4. llnrinnati. 15. Baksi, Kulpmont Pa., here '_I"I- --- !".. .! ......
Paikr. PoeT aad ,.,.,... PtlUgrtai. DolT andiaan. heavy favorites to provide thewomen's I 0 lead last night and then came | Bami m Italia: off rrtraim; 2. nIT Rchmha f.I !. July 6.This. Emra: MSS Sill .5054 In: Y.n 2. 1'_.
Lalt an bum: 5aw TOTS 1, Boatea tBaara division with an AU- on to defeat the Tigers. 6 to 5. on !I 1 nff Blarkwvll 4. Mrark. out: by KrirkMai .3, by I statement was made by Lou (am*. 8145*. fien&. AaT X. Knn L* Blarkwvll 11. Bita: (T Ertrlnni I hi 3 X 3 taInn. MaMkl Jaaat r Tns .baa hits Tat, llajaila.TMIMU .
)_s.L balla ir1aanrti: SET Sha: ay I.Ibes art t.Dooam a, DoS,4..aft*. American semi-final for the. second Luke Appling's home run in the off Sehmita S In 4 1-L LOUD pttrtorHrnaUti. Burston representing Mike.Jacobs. MrToalor. Jaaat Thra baa* Ml Mar
4 Harry Walker Hustles ar Rug BBiham 2. Hit: an DobiHi S In S Inntrn. straight year. eighth inning. I' CBIPII: Gods, ConlaB Mid Bcankaa. i New York 20th Century Sporting ftwrltir: raartar DaiaH plara: rain. JaM ..4Se45r
I Time: X.I4. Atuadann. 11.137. V'Traw.. aa 4. Tataaa); Codar. Aart
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Hit ky pltrtar:
1 ta S innlnia. arrival here
off HimhanB The match Club promoter, on his
Culbtnolil LoalBf vltrlwr Ootiaod. CBIptm game was a slugging I ,.... Ftia. IsIS am baaaa: Phllwtaljta 13. ITatatactan
I Slut:(Wemfar. MrGowaB and Btm Tla. IJJ.I I from the start to finish. The I Over 1 last night.Racing. 1. Ba... am balk: off N__ 4. Oirf*.
Into in NationalNEW I Ray Kayoes Tigers Swing I maw I. Raalaam 2. Wrikaa; p.5w s. Cam-
Batting Lead Attaadanea: 34.705.Rollins White Sox tagged starter Virgil I.' ...*ar 1. IF.1.. Blta: sIt r_ i m tlaailnn
Trucks and Hal White the losing To Night Baseball ; Cbiiatvafear S IM I J.). *rm 1.
I Group Hears ta I :-1; IIra-.. 1 in I.I; 11.**. I ..
YORK [AP] Harry Walker, who didn't find his Tennis Colion ChaneyWEST I pitcher for 14 hits. The Tigers DETROIT [UP] The Detroit 1 1.*: ,.,... Ia 1-3: Tary a fa 1.1.l xi il"(

I batting eye until he swapped his St. Lguis uniform for that collected M hits off Bob Gillespie Tigers decided yesterday to play Reports During Day .jllabil...,..: Wtaraan.by ta* iaai vitHiat Ofctaatou: CITY.! P ISH4 bak;
Gordon Maltzberirer and Earl Har-
of a Philadelphia Phil, is the. new leading hitter in the SPRINGFIELD. Mass. night baseball in 1948. leaving the MIAMI [CAP Reports from
API Elmer Violent Ray. of rist before Frank Papish the win- Chicago Cubs the only major- TURNS TO PRO BANKS
as
National League with of .345 I State Stewards and Appeeals of
an gain of three
average a ::
held them at It
. Fla. knocked out Colion ning hurler bar. league team without facilities for
Hastings Owners trainers and jockeys were SOUTH BEND, IfUL CAPJ Jack
1' points during the week.Walker's ". 1 Stars Advance Chaney of Indianapolis In 50 seconds ''I was Papish's fourth victory.Appling's playing night games at home. heard yesterday as the florida Mayo of YoungstoWB. Ohio, who

climb sent Enos Country" York with .315; Willard Marshallof of the third round during a game winning homer Club Fres. Walter O. Briggs an: State Racing Commission opened: won three baseball letter at Notre

Slaughter of the Cardinals 1 New York, and Terry Moore of scheduled 10-round main event to- I matthed his best home run crop nounced that he has directed Gen. a two-day conference here Dame, said yesterday he has signed -
leader the pst two weeks. Into a the Cardinals, tied for 10th with MONTCLAIR N. J. rAP Defending night. Ray weighed 204 Chaney in 17 years of major league play. Mgr. Billy Evans "to make Briggs No decisions were announced by a contract with the FhUadel-
second place deadlock as the top .311. Champion Irvin Dorfmanof I Only twice before. In 1933 and Stadium the finest-lighted park" the five-member commission uho phia Phillies of the Nattesal Lea-

10 In the senior circuit underwenta Mize still leads In runs scored Yale University top-seeded In 180.Ray knocked Chaney down fora I again in 1936 has Appling ever i and Evans revealed that he hopesto I planned to take up applications gue. He said be would be farmed

radical shakeup. with. 63 and in home runs with 20. the men's singles of the 25th annual count of eight In the second his as many as six homers in have installations completed for permits for dates of both horse to the Vandergrift. Pa.. team of

Only six of the leading 10 a He is also second to teammate Eastern Intercollegiate Tennis round with a right to the. head one season. early next season. and dog tracks today. the Middle Atlantic League.a .
week ago remained In the select Championships joined fourth- DURon IA) I CHICACO (ASa5r5 .
Walker the next
Cooper in runs batted In and flattened him in .1 ..5,5551ak. - ---
group yesterday with 57 to the big catcher's 58. seeded William Vogt; of Princetonand frame with a right cross to the ... 41212,5.550Th 11115 U
and none of the Frank Baumholtz. a rookie in unseeded Bruce Johnson of CeUbi1b 4 1 I I I1P11t11..r 4 I I I I
sestet In _ I OUlJaa.lf 4 5 5 I '(Appllnll." 4 7 I I I I
was the Miami in the fourth round at the
the Reds' outfield. leads with 86 MitUlnifrraiMrcf I' I I w.n..1t, 5' I S S II
same position he hits and is tied with Slaughter for Montclair Athletic Club yesterday. chin.Three I 1 1 7. IY.III I. III 5

held in the pre _ _ the most doubles at 17. Haas and Meanwhile. Betty Coumbe o!I To Skip 1t1l1.3I 5 21111Ias.end1'f t I I lTSk' k.v.. I.55211i4.Je2b S 4 5 I I. .
vious listing. Slaughter share the runnerup William and Mary.ranked third In wig...,.. 2. 2 S '1\11'1I..1'.211 4 I 4 I 4aWbb '
Slaughter's :*: the women's singles moved Into S S S S SICt1I'tptip S S S S I ,
; honors In the hit parade with 80 .
klft.. 1" S 2 1Hst.tp, I. I S I
.340 was equalled ;.:r-ffi: each and Walker Cooper is the the quarter-final of the women'splay Tam O'ShanterCHICAGO Tm.ks.l lllIIbWrIihs. 15551hflL1
by Brooklyn t' ;! pace setter among those hitting with a pair of unseeded play- % S S .. S 1MsItzbs.p. S S S S 1I
Carl Furillo. % ers. Priscilia Watts of Tusculum tAP First Ben I kT-.. S ISIS
..' triples with five. Irl1 ,,,"., S S S S S
sophomore out- Robinson stole four bases during College and Jean Rockey of Duke Hbgan and Jimmy Demaret pro- -----1 -----
fielder. University. fessional golf's one-two money Total 2$11 24 lOt I TWill 21 S 142713 \
the week to stretch his totalto .
That trio was 13. four more than the Boston Johnson beat Joseph Vaa- winners. and now Babe Didrikson j--rin(rounded for Wifiwr t.',. fun tn* Tth.b viJ. for Hairtet fat 4th. I -
followed by Ben Braves Johnny Hopp. monde of Virginia, 6-1. 6-1. and ZAharias. the unbeatable gal "-_il d for :Maltab..r l a 715.154n,41 i_
_ ._ __ ._____ _
!
Haas of Cincinnati then 1II4I -SIhirao
was forced to rally against
swinger have elected to skip the
Ewell "No Hit _
Blackwell. Cincinnati __ ___ W3 Ml .ll -
with .336: Walker Norman Copeland of Rollins $36.390 All-American champion- .
right-hander registeredonly I Ernn: Whit. AavHui. lien hatMd UMar :
Bob Elliott of Boston. with .327: strikeout during the winning 1-6, 6-f. 6-3. Copeland ships at Tarn O'"Shanter course. *. Trat*. CallMhin. M.lli B.... PlttUq.Applin. ,
one 1. Ls.pdy. Twe ban ..".: Callmbln.. i1
Jackie Robinson of with had I
Brooklyn, earlier won from Steve Thursday through Sunday.Mrs. ,,.. (4
week but his 76 still Is 12 more i Sli.vn, Tligncr FtiiUT Lalla. if ran: Af
.317: Ralph Kiner of Brooklyn than turned in by Ralph Brancaof Pratt. Harvard. 63. 108. Zaharias, landing in New I pliiw. Btolm' ftaM: Ftilllar. Carrincw: Wagner. l' 1 -1 ,I i'a;. i
with .316 Johnny Mize of New Two others. third-seeded Rich- her Britishamateur I Milizlwrcer Whi'a. TtmiMaplay: Kali Man -
York yesterday after -
Brooklyn, the runnerup. Black- I ami nllcnhin, 1AR... b.m': Pttrmt 12 Clli1 1 :: .
-- -- -- -- -- ,
ard Hart of Miami and ninth.seed .
well has 12 victories and only two women's conquest, announced rim %. Ban m ball: elf Trarka 1. WTllt. 4.
defeats for a .857 won-lost percentage ed Dean W. Mathey of Princetonwill I she would not defend her i, Glllnpt 1. RarriM 2. Maltxtwriar 2. ftnrk .it: 4 s ____
T-orka t. While 1. CUInpi" t. MalntMrgr L '
a percentage equalled start today in second round women's title in the Tam O "Shanter ': Rl>: aft Tnrfca 1* Im 4 t-1. Wlko 4 la t 1-II ,
CONNIEMACK exactly by George Munger of the matches. Hart will meet William spectacle instead returning to I nillnm* T la I t-1; HarriM 3 In X 1.X: MaltsI rAl '
Windham of Rollins. who defeated I IMTOFT I In 3: PapitK e U 2. Wild Ulch: Whit*.
Cardinals with six triumphs and Denver to "work in my rose garden I Wiantnc pitchy: P.pIh.. "'In. pltrbar. : WMta.
a single setback Clark Taylor of North Carolina ." Bplrra; Hurley, P......"., Borer and HvMard. '
!Is In For the Greatest 4 8-6. 12-10 in the first round. ,

Evwit Of U* Ute Second-seeded Enrique Buse. A//
{ ,
Stanford Trackman I I I former Peruvian champion playing -
I for Rollins reached the third I Crippled Boudreau Keeps Up PaceCHICAGO
TONIGHT AT 8:00: Killed in AccidentPALO round on a default and a 6-2, 6-4 I
victory over Robert Jordan of Your old favorite :
ALTO. CiL [AP] Coach
on"We the People"WDBO Jack Weirhanser said yesterday Rutgers.Gus Peeples. Rollins defeated tAPl Manager- i New York. who also had .318; IJcki7ff/ '
Lou of Cleve- Stan Spence. Washington who
c' Shortstop Boudreau
he had been informed that I
Frank 21 Stanford ljniversity's Elden Yeck. U. S. Merchant Mar- :' dropped 18 points to .313; Luke is BACK !
Gnahl. .
ine land, sprained ankle and all. continued -
in
Academy. 6-1. 6-1. a second : Appling Chicago and Barney Mc-
best distance runner round match. to pace the American -304'
@ i Cosky. Philadelphia. each;
killed automobile
In
was Saturday an -
accident near Corona In women's singles Jean Clarkeof I League batting race yesterday witha I and Johnny Pesky Boston. .300.
Rollins trimmed Priscilia John .350 11
I CaLWednesday sparkling percentage. Specialized pace-setters were
son. Bryn Mawr. 6-0. 6-2 and points ahead of the field. : Charley Keller New York. and

Nancy Morrison. Rollins.won from | Boudreau gained seven per- Boston's Ted Williams tied In
Ann Long. Randolph Macon. 6-O centage points as he extended his homers at 13 each; Williams Di-
Morning 6-0. Norma Depperman. Rollms. 1 hitting streak to 15 straight games. Maggio: and Bill Johnson, New GREEN RIVER
\'ij won a default from Nancy Bier- In second place was Detroit's York in runs-batted-in with 42

wirth. Bryn Mawr and then lost George Kelt who had -33 ONLY to Betty Coumbe. William and I point improvement. stolen bases. 19; Williams in runs

Mary. 1-6.1-6. Adrienne Goldberg. Joe DiMaggio of New York despite 52; Pat Mullin. Detroit in doubles. ..
Goucher College defeated Hu3o I a five-point slip climbed 20; and Tom Henrich. New York

/ Real Bargains In our Store as mary Buck. Rollinsr 7-5, 1-6. 7-5. i J from fifth to third spot with .324. and Dave Philley Chicago triples lAKE IDAID'S WORD FOR 1T.
in the second round. : . .
Inducements George McQuinn. also of the six each.
hare
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you Yankees. dropped 11 points froma Frank: Shut New York's brilliant '-
Wednesday morning. second-place tie with Kell to a newcomer continued to top

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Senators, DeLand Split Even ; G-Men Wallop Saints Twice



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Major VictorI" ...* '4I I Gainesville Tuesdoy, July 1, 1947 ( rlanbn 1Itnrning :firnllnrl Page 7 Ii

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In 4-3. Opener; vi, y. y Triumphs In ; Faces Fletcher I i Palatka Climbs :I Sanford Trips Leesburg Twice I Four OrangeNines .


As Pirates Drop llth Straight -
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Reds Cop'Second f'>,' .; id :1f Tilts I Out of Cellar 'Sc*' 71 1 to Or>3f.;3 V1-- -; Se--te'l Select

Ht. 12-5,2-0 i Peerless Woolen Mills of Ross-I', LEESBURG-Sanford's Celery Feds took two games ,
.ville. Ga.. rated one of the fastest :
Y from here last the doubleheader
Leesburg winning
softball teams in the South. will i I opener. .

Orlando's Water-logged Senators 'S e--.cl! *c Or'nndc Mom.ig. Sentinel meet Fletcher Motors of Orlando ,: 5-4. and taking the second game, 4-2. i

'finally broke Into the win column 'I ST. AUGUSTINE-The second- ;I j in an exhibition game here at Ex- ; In Winning Two I The Sanford victories were the first over the Pirates; All-Star Men

after 26 scoreless Innings but an ';. :" .... place Gainesville G-Men swept a .,position Park at 8 pjn. tomorrow. I : !this season, and the losses added up to 11 straight for the ;

eatimated tourout of 1,300 Tinker : {( :f I doubleheader from St. Augustine I I two The home game exhibition marks the contests first of T-r'*!> o' *.., QrfTirfr. r.3 Sfit':",eH ''floundering! Leesburg nine. < : ,,"' ": ::>'::"x \ ".,

Field Faithful found their Joy rfj li-: > J ;.< here last night to cut the Saints Bill Zeleznoch! Pirate leftfielder <
i PALATKA-The Palatka Azaleas
., / iI j scheduled for the local all-star : .i I WINTER GARDEN Mall-
hit in the head thrown
short-lived last < -J first-place lead to slim and was by a i DeLand
night .hen the ,. I a one | nine this week The Fletcher took both ends of a doubleheaderfrom ball as John McManus attempteda Signs ley, manager. of the Ors A-
half A crowd of 1.495
powerful DeLand Reds a games. squad tangles with Pan-Ameri- i
came roar- Daytona Beach here last double in the second
play game Stars annooBoed
,
yesterday
Mr-
hand to the G-Men
was on see
ing cak to 5r can Airways here at S Fri-
p.m.
of a .doubleheader capture the second end wallop the Saints 12 to 5 In the day in a Fourth of July feature. I I I night to climb out of the cellar and removed unconscious from the. Harrington I sonnet elected from fat .( KM

and earn an << seven-inning opener and then fall ;; Mgr, Paul Ellis of the Peerless and dump the hapless! Islanders I!>! field and sent to CAME a local] hospital.IFIRST five Orange County entrie te the

,eve nsplit In the two games. ".'. '. back on Fultz's three-hit hurlingto nine. which claims to be the best- back into eighth spot in Florida SANrORO i LEESBURGabrb [52' I n'rj' '.'c-" sF're.SANFORDDir. : -} E Lake-Orange League to OHti tib e

The Senators broke loose : take the nightcap 2 to 0. r State League standings.Bill a'' ahrl a Lake All-Star here at ':!$ )pa.
with a ; \ ." dressed softball team in the Nation M'_.. 4.5 I a 11b.; .....a. 3 J 3 5 :3 John Krider I II i
four-run uprising in !the sixth in- J.":. :,,' '.. ... ." h' ,"...y-->.,:_,.,: .....<',{ The G-Men pounded three St.! has advised local officials Loveys hurled five hit ball Teler.rt f I 1 E ........... J 15 I 2 of the Sanford Baseball Asm. yesterday !Friday at Walker FWd to tile

%ning to score a 4-3 decision over I ALL-STAR PLAYER? I I Augustine hurlers for 11 hits In j that his squad will have played 25 for the A's in the opening came __...r.11t 5 3.11 0 0 *1 :1'-jIffIeor..rf" S.3001 I IM a* I announced that tbe Celery league's all-star game.

'the Reds in the sevec-innlnz: Mgr. the opener, staging four-run uprisings games by the time they arrive to rack up a 4.0 win over Day- IIU'.lb 4 I 111 "..........Af 4 0 1 1 1L1..C Feds had purchased Walter Har-i Jerry Morrison, manager of the

opener, but the Reds a iittie Lou Bevil of the Orlando Senators I in the third and seventh I j here tomorrow Robert James and tona Beach while-the combina- : : 1 yLS'wd.0 l. l 1. I I rinsjton, heavy hitting Smoker out- Clermont team has picvioualy announced -
4 5 1 3 1 .
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.took advantage of some loose trbd'j will be one of the players innings. Glenn Michaels the team's regu- tion of nine Palatka hits and ll.ier.3b z.r".e 3 J :i 3 1 HH.U llf>,"*T.H I' 2 4 35twetll fielder, from the Tampa Florida the Lake AU-8tar ......

ing and loose fielding to cop considered for I: Fultz held the Saints helplessin I lar hurlers are considered among eight Islanders errors stood up 11. t 31GaNh.. Ie. a 1 I'I International League club. He wfll>II M Wer said six pMfers from
I
, verdict in the nightcap. seriously a the nightcap while the G-Men j for a ,.3 win in the second R_.. I I I I fI Mw4... Z 1 1 Z the leape-1ea' Apep4Es e4ob
the best in the Chattanooga. - I report here today.Harrington ,
Until I berth on'the All-Star Florida nicked Stan Karpinski for 11 i ii j game. Joe Cleary turned in a ; ; t I) hte I31f1 Mat-
4he ninth inning of the I II Term area where the Peerless 25u1. 173I 1 TMar 33 Seri IIMt I who was named to were on squad: .

second tilt It had been a night State League veterans team, II'I j i hits. A walk to Eaton. Dulaney's club plays the bulk of their games. j !seven bit performance for theA's. .410.1....... by isalO. : _ tltq qR 1401-5 :I the official Florida State League. Wrd Bill r........ Bt .......

crammed to the gills with respectable which meets the Rookie All- I single and Thorpe's double topped i I I,I"le..hag - III N1 11S Iyeae all-star team last year, hit J92 for Ted Br*. klyn. Gibta Ashley ai
by Liephart's single produced the ; Umpire Ross; BelbecK cleared : Mlvr..u.ltddawe. __ haIh-rI III: Hal MeCorHurk.
baseball and goodpitching. Stars July 13 Bevil, lulu: I. GeoId. ...,....Y. R........ 'Ii r. the DeL&vfid Red Hats despite. a ,
but once lanky Joe outfielder-I I two Gainesville runs in the sixth. the Islander bench in the first Tw.-..... .: Mtmr.I Hades. SN.leu la_: mad-sesMoa injury: that sidelined : Others named:
1 Jones left the Orlando mound in pitcher, was GAINESVILLE I ST. AUGUSTINEaNr1 StandingsFLORIDA | game when the visiting club protested ,,, .1tia-IT. .II.... Salver. lid4as .. Hrade.n. . him for several weeks. Winter Park: Pete Brawn. MbIvey
I a al I abrb aZ a I ..,... _
lost i too loud and too : artjrtrt X. Huataau I
favor of pinch hitter John Gar- through Thursday, includi i J.N 'aS.'Y 3 ; X a llJorfi.z:, ; ; 1 1 long on a j I I ftia. ))nab!. 0117" : MeMaaaa t* M array t. j jI The popular little outfielder bad and Freddie CaWweD.
rison, the handwriting was on ing one home run, 1 10 triples to i! )000001_ 3 1 5 JlAa4rnm.it 1.iatr.lb STATE LEAGUE | baseline decision by Umpire BoelL i I R1ae.a.. Left r 1.+.: R.afad f. te..rha.. a j,been hitting the ball at a .333 dtp Oeoee: BurnEed.u 11.
: 4 J 7 4 I I l 0Jedaar1.e .. .n.
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Tdsy's 5. Hal Shiles Bava kalla stash Bm I.rr
to the show- rfl
the wall for tlr..d was sent r : 4. < .
Jim Payne couldn't rank 1 5 X | 4 a 1 2 1Th.r.rf for Freeman and Vickery.Winter
the daw
eighth among league hitters : ARtASDt1 mt I1rLaatP.U'k '' ,, Annai sIt 5. .IT MvrnU 1. Cloak aa: brBbMM Tampa, ranking as
keep the Reds in 1 2 I BtKrtartrJfca 32122H.Lrf I ers by Belbeck after an attempted Garden Ward IgiN1
tow. n nn M Brack.Ik. 1.IJ' OiraMl 1. Hilp-:: fT Guam S; ia C League's fourth-ranting : ..
and top other Orlando bat 4 J 1 01"-w.lr 2112 ...... ...,. re81lar -
assault.
Ciumiillt :3La
Jones hurled credltab.e ball Aumrio mt : I SI ? tnau fnr 4 tiff 4 m j 1 Pat Murphy Herbert Pooetlg.
after J I I 1 .!' W1Lc 41111G..w.2b I in batting.
J.aophenJr < .
I' Fans select the Lwburg a 7..f.4.NATIONAL. PATTONA | PAUU" Z. elf MaanU 3 I la 13.3 fur 1. aff Panes
the first inning. In that frame he ters. two teams J 1 I S 31L.hdaa) 21111 I $115.11' 11055 a !' in S J.; fur Z. wild and: Gerald Paved Henry Britt and Leroy avw....

walked Ted Rosa 'and Mari: Perez I by ballot Friday and Saturday. 1IUn. 1.I 1 *I 1 0 1 1H.krwr.a Raima*.* 5.55 51501.Ka't.Ji I LEACUCw Rch.54" 4 I 1 1 3/Lrha.ea/ I 1. 3 II : hall: BalL latnt Wfrkar: Maofod. CaSMa.Clawl Names of the ZeQwood setaet
and O'Cal'a.s. w L Pat CB Taaai w L Pet. CB3T rlolrtJ1-ff 4 s 1 J 11Jw.ne3.ta\ a I 1 1 1Rwriw.N i sad Pan Ttw: Z+.. Last Niqht's !
Rosa Fights
scored when Gene Cio- 15 1 I I I I, haft not been received from Z- -
I I K ,37* rktraso a<13 .3aS JBranktra J' 1 14 .IPMM.A 21511
lek rapped the first of three hits lHaM...... 1 I I I II III 2* .3:. .-rnrl aali tl ...u IX. T.". .... a. 1 S Ilrail...'... 1 t 1 1" 'i i ) NEW YORK 'lAP> D.rk Smith. 1M*..1 i I IOWafeoma wood Mr. Bob Patter.Intmre .
.out.-In the i --- ---/ --- - Tort M JT .>>7 m PMlBtril74a.. a311HSt. II-.a 1. I J 4M0 Sar.X :I 1 I 3 1.Ga4Ns.ef The U. S. auto industry before cur 1IWId1elabttula Ms ,
fourth. Ciole* led off : Pickering '1'.... 35 It 11 11 11Tatar| SI S I :U 1awsNd .
RegainsGirls' Laaia 22 u.Phh...'.... :i.Jr.: 11<-* t 1 1 I MC.a. ba.d 113 I 5 New. York debut cone bark fr_ sa
'with his second bingie. moved tosecond far Rfltana* ia Kbflonr Rwns T.taIletun.uU 1. ,rf-3It 2. 1 1 ""............ 2 It I I 1 | the war used about 25 per cent of earlY knockdown to take an tlmlaoa5. ato a a0ed-r
on Tony Vera's single and ttaiamiite* .r inaaic. .:._ . .. 014 "J 4-IZIK. I 1. <1ii<- i. 4. I _.J... I" I stDawu.3b I' 5 J 2Rean. the sheet and strip steel producedin decision from Vac Aaaato. let.ia ... ,.. I, .wt..Msd .taut' at.-4141Itewaw ;..

moved to third on a questionable LoopLead J I I AtieaatiM _ 112 I'll a- I samba 1'_f. I'Iou..llIhI.aINl.lt 4.rooky I ... 'I 15 41 J I 1 rl.eeyt.qHrd.GS I I 1 1 35.s'tol& I the country but in 1946 the an Arm*.-roaDd maboro tit teat .t quart YCeK

decision by Base Ump're Cooper- I Boa timnrm mt Rat.. : Lirphart I. Jart. TH."."caaMaBoatxa 1 0 a I l lbween I urgency of other needs reduced Dew TOT*. .
,.,which was questioned by Mgr. Lou Pickering's Plasterers regainedsole 1 =. Two-daw fttlravn. kiu':': .R.-r-:; :j PPoNsHo. 71rh.n tae5 all lee -.... 1.p t I 151StTIO1 : the auto industry's use to about NEW YORK: (AJderiiion > J.htq 110IkM1. H'f.1' 146. BrwtUn. ta fAJ'1\

Bevil. Rosa's possession of first place in the Ira: H,,". Tkarw. Sarrtffcv*: ....._ Fiira. .aMa.I: ;,.1.1\\ 13 cent of production. P't Lauderdale 291. was a WtIIUI- of their srhntal
I per
single bcoicd Ciolek. ALrqohaot.. ItaoMr ,gal: Maraaa at Xrv Tart tai,t J-San ((.4) .. Twill 224533. over Geonie Kodiaa. in AItrI I at C awr lataad Ti 1inli iiaai
In Orlando's half of the: third. second half play in the YounWoman's I Kataat Lrrt em Iwo: OtuM-MU ?. ft. Aorxtn -I '.n.4. lf-li or rlarteu M-IBlq .a-- .. far Rode. \\a 0th5ptwa
the Senators had knotted the coralat I I*. Run oa hlr.n: a.naaa Z. aft !I ai Pr4det7hia-Ranq t4-Z KHine. I. 005 fer Meadow ia 7tkby
Community Club softball 1,1,1 iaaiaca:
t II-Jl n. Urbaaa I1-IL5t.
( i iMailnaa 1j
RUn 4..Q O'Callakta S. aft BrianZ. aft
one-all when !' Le.a at Ptfab.rga 'D1&IIt-PeI1et (I-f) Mara 005 015 50-4 I
Craig Lybrand. ; .5. i
3. Btrark oat: br Bomnaa Z. b' CaJ-
virtue of
I I league by their 7-2 n. Hamhtm II1oat Pawl ._ IIIIf MM 4s4Rrva
9 leading off with a walk.scored on lakaa X. h, Hnarr i. br .- '. Bin: arf : ..
; I'I defeat of Towell-Drew-Ivey in lastnight's Itilra S ia 3 iaaian far i ....... ttf Bncaaa ; p. r.b.dul.L 1AMEIlICAIi : Reatb.ea Bur ban4 Ia: Paul** .I.- ,
; the first of three singles chipped I Ii "' "'._ a.OnM.. ..-.... km: -... .
ra3 tat .. afT Hriarr 41 ia 1-3 for Z. HH .
opener. LEAGUE Paalwa.wf.' nu"rt: w atbm. Atntoamjr
In by Bevil. I b pHrbrr: bj Hsllniaa Tl>ulaim| WiW pew: iI j .. ... .... j
I .
Orlando Transit Co. handed T. W L. SB TX. .> WLPOL CB *: IN nuxa* F. Shilrx weatbna
Doug Robertson's i Bilra lUHMiaa Calk: KilM. Wiaauw porter: ... ...... .
/ error an error I .,.._ !>* 41 1$ 1I ,i'l.eIa.4 !' I* .305 TSRanm ffacrtfWw: 1ta. Lrft rm bai i: f>ayt -
Purcell Clothiers 12-7 defeat in I Bim. LiSg pHrtirr: Imatm: Wiast .
by Jones and a balk by Jones produced -' a ,': u4 Twlnr. 'TUB*: I .:.ri.Blockbusters. M .*. ill ty Wuk'lra 3* 12 ..M I'a I the second game to go into a two- I>1t>ll JI J1..I'M T ?I01IMIH a 3S..:. 1PMI I. r1 Ixrrrra Z. nTT M-aximn 1. Smart M: 0 "
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the third DeLand run in tie with Purcell for second. i skis. 21 21 .M* T M. Uww a J, Sin li", It. FtabM. rtrt. 1. KT Meadows J. Ha: rfl *'tabl 1.- .;.-r !:!
I the fifth and a base on balls to way i ItMVlt Y_ (First game] I Take Wi.himWH' I. PMiadHvliu T.ew ""'" : 55 14.01. 1ShIle 1. wmaat ..resat: ,.,.
Mel
hit
batsman
Sloan a and Cio- RHE 1 > Tara I. lt nm L I"--. .....tee pnrhrr: MaMcfekL laipirai: Bei-
I
lek s blast into the leftfield bushes Ourai* I, -nrit S.Cl sad Bfl ll. Time: J:JII.
,
I
scored two more runs for the Reds Y-D-I 020 000 0-2 2 2 YMCA Flag Title ... I.,... at Bt Lmli. fwd nuLTH. avv
Pick's 030 400 x-7 8 1Troxel. '. s.... I The Pacific Ocean covers a .
off Jim
1 Payne in the final
heat.
151 and Gould Rodney Block's Blockbusters Probable Aches tea and tat record laDnran third the earth's is
Tigner ; of surface
! ; In the eighth with two ......u.-I. I v
i away Pickering and Hundley. first half champions nosed out at duratit-Hntehunoi t-31 ar WUU : larger than the whole land sur-
.Red Abreu sliced
J I a single-through (Second game] Starves Demopoulos' Cardinals [1-21 ... Ix.at TM1.CI I face and comprises nearly halfworld's .
'the box moved to second on a T* 9-6. yesterday to win the cham- <->cUul at Bt. iMds taulu}FfQcr ((to-f) ,C1d
R H ... the water surface.
Patter r-) ir Fanaia 11-5
passed ban and
;
, tallied, when Garrison OTC ....... .610 010 4-12 11 0 pionship of the YMCA Day Camp [Only jaws acbnlalmLlIMTCRNATIOHAL' '
hitting for Jones
slashed
a baseball League.OLOGKSU2TER2 .
.
Purcell 601 000 07 10 3
single to right. Ricker and Busby; Woolf and | CARDINALS Tow W. U Prt.lT..LEAGUE .
dry w. L. Pet. i
Gene Major and Hal Stewart .rll I
Mourral 400 S] .*MI 1 ...
RarhnRvr 3> 37 44nFT
Chapman. Beaulieu 13]. TiTlnr.rf 5 I 5 Ld'in.k.rl 4 1 1
hooked up in a brilliant mound B Calf IfUairaai.pl 4 I a'Komaw.rf 1Jntaam.tf I I OtJ 2* 33 ..MI'Newart. < n: 41 .."'1 BILL STERN I 1 I
hrarw :tee :>1 7'2" 31t .42.1BolTala
duel in the first battle. Actually. 4 1 5 155
I .
24 U .41ITaw! 20 44 .401MaMlti
Stewart had the best of it In Golf Instruction ACa4.cfAtmfdfT.it : : 7 0 RiaMii ja 4 S ZPxlvM 1Rara.lb 4whlte.e I Vattar.ayBitfrato II I

everything except the final 4 I .PlavaJT 4 1 I .. Toraan' t.Momrral . Interviews the Greet MILWAUKEE'S FIRST
i. 9.Traeap I.Kattuaora BOTTLED BEER
score. The former Mt. Plymouth i Courses Launched Grke.l: 4 2 S PnrrB.ff 455 Ia.art< .. Connie Mack
Hd.'IInI.. 4 I I R>*fnnR.fc- III
allowed 5.boan S. Joiwj CVT L
aee but four hits while ; 4 S W.Iw'Tb 411 I
Major gave up six In winninghis 1 City Recreation Dir. C. I*. Varner I Er0Ia.- 4 I l'a.3" 4 1Taiafe 1s. I
FLOMIBA INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE: TONIGHT AT 8:00
.. :
seventh game of the season. yesterday announced that Bill I 411 : Taaai w L Ptt.iTaaai w L rot
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assistant to Hi tana a: ]. .TO W. Pain! Bob :3 41 .414
But [Red! Addison, Pro
and loose f
errors fielding 41 --3) Tatals f3 SBroNUte. :
... I.
I T. M :) .7aa Jit. Pctanbar Sa 41.20.114at
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kept Major In the tight and Denny Champagne at Dubsdread i| .. -- S7 203 2.7 j
spots + awl 4' W .5 Lak tsml T M .U::
behind the score until the sixth. I Country Club would launch a-I C.M en 111I a-f Miami. J7 41 .*.. ri. LawtaniaM 21 U .:T s on"Wethe People"WDBO FaM ..P

Major started it off by drawing series of free golf instruction If f InterestedIn H.*.... .. Fart II1te LairHfrtfala Tam 2.Day
Phils
a walk. Lybrand struck out. but I periods at city playground. Musk I rt. Paianavrx Z.Mlaail For '
Rex Throop beat out on infield Addison will be at Delaney play-I B.ark 1!. Tampa If.Wan @ nearly a century, Blitz has 1

hit allowing Major to move to I ground at 9:30 a-m. today and at i Negro Players? rah Bear S. Lapland011TH ''I I II .'?
Been brewed in Milwaukee
third. Ty Brazle pushed a singleto Grand Ave. at 10:30 ajn. Tomorrow ATLANTIC LEAGUE only x w ;
I I PHILADELPHIA lAP Gen. I Taaai W L PA T.. W L Prt.
Addison will be at Exposition }
right scoring Major and send- I
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.
total. 4T tt Ju j -- I*IT .SU
ing Throop to third. Bevil walked Park at 9:30 a.m. and at Delaney Mgr. Herb Pennock of the Philadelphia (harlot, 42 33.343 Haramtak. S- M !MM a. and has been famed for its
again at 10:30 p.m. I Phlllies said yesterday A.-. 4.all oS, )1_ a. n .411Gr.e.w.
loading the bases. Justice was safe
is possible" that the club is dicker- XH III .u.rataaiMa 9 U lli. KILL HIS
on a fielder's choice. Bevil being R.e..s TMaday I clean, fresh Good Taste . its 5t
I ing with one or two Negro baseball at rbanantaa (a.... rapt il. .t
forced for the second out and Belief in One's Own players ("roht._ I. ball .. FLEASTorment A.
Throop scoring. Gerrx Manning, 1 Augusta C Ce.abla I.Jartw16. sparkling flavor. Try Blatz to- x
Cannot Be Beat! It had been reported that Phil .._.. .
with the Red infield playing deep, I Ability I )L t> S. Dust
Scouts had contacted some Negro
then lofted a blooper which fell :MIAMI ITJP1 The Orange Bowl I ball players in Indianapolis and I will kill the fleas t\f\ H ton I II day! Discover what folks in Mil- I

right behind the mound and went Committee nervous about com- I Birmingham. All Parties Cleared I !

for a base hit scoring Brazle. pletion of the stands that will raise Pennock said he had received no I your dcg in f t tII waukee have known since 1851

Stewart then tried to pick the stadium's seating capacity to reports from scouts in those. areas 30
: In Death seconds-if it fails it
Doyle's .1 3
Justice off third but the throw ,
60.000. got some rock-solid assur- added
such but
regarding contacts
went through Ciolek and Justice ance yesterday from the construction I that it was up to the scouts to I f CLEVELAND tAP The death is free! Harmless to the . that Blitz brews better beer. r .d
home with the I l
scampered company. handle the deals and that it 1f'a.5'possible I of welterweight challenger Jimmy dog. L,

winning run. The Gus K. Newberg Co. order- such transactions were :I I Doyle of Los Angeles was "acci- I
FIRST CANE ed bloc of 300 tickets for the 1 lb. box $1.00 I
a
DELANO .1 eLAMrGratKlf in progress. I dental Coroner S. R Gerber said
' N r b p a, .: : o p s 1948 Orange Bowl game, an of ; yesterday in clearing the Cleveland I V lb. box 30c SPEC tt1. '}
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-.a.2t 4 I 1 J 3'I.ttr.n&n I I I 1 I in 1'
..,....d I.ll.TO ee 11111 them the "South side upper Ladies in Weekly Boxing Commission and its ,LtED
__._11., I I I 1 l._.... 211. I : deck. now a-building. physicians of responsibility for Sold by Feed, Seed and w GdJ. 1=

("tooIft.a IS Ii SB! rH.If 2,03 I i DubsdreadWeekly the fatal injury of in title I 'DRS
, M.Paw.11 2. I T Vtmatrf.Sm 2 1 I 1 4 Play at Doyle a Hardware Stores.
. T...._ 3 I 7 1 S Ma_.. Iht I I t I Winter Garden Plans i match with Champion Ray [Sugar -
ladies play at Dubsdread
' J' I l...taoa.la 21.11. I ] Robinson PatentedWILLIAMS'
June 24.
_.. a lie 1''_... 1 I 23Rt.at. Country Club this morning will j
Class A
.. 2 1 t l>Ma>K.5 1 I 5. Softball Loop j I feature nine and 18-hole play with I The coroned reiterated Robinson CHEMICAL CO. ti-"

aJ.Fraa _1_I_I_.1 I'I) ----- I [Speorf *c Qriondo; Moaning Sentinel: ] i I prizes going to low net scorers and "is absolutely blameless." and said MAN tTACTnIEKSOS

TatsU !* 1 fit 11 Tet.1I %1. U11Ml WINTER GARDEN-Plans for to low putters. Pro Denny Champagne the champion "was unfortunate in South Parramore St.

I .- for ctMut t* Ttft. the formation of a Class A softball announced yesterday. being the opposing contestant at t ORLANDO
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,\ 4kla.d.I1.L.N __ "1"j i league was discussed at a I Champagne also said registration the time of Doyle's fatal injuries." I 3

, -.-.... KakrtM. Clalak.Km i Doyle died the day after the
Emta: J. 1C. P .iaa meeting here last night. Representatives for both men and
was
; .... ....... open
.
MM ia: .11. Brut Iiwtfca.Maaewf. ; bout. Surgeons reported a severe r---:
, Two (MM tt5t4 sit "i l., bun: present voted to hold I women,for a ringer tournament to i ijbe t-
, am.. alaa*. Va s. Jwtfee. MrrUtr: Brute.DaoMe another meeting at Walker fieldat : staged during this month.Today"s : blood clot on the brain. The 22- WELLS DRILLEDAnywhere
play: Clew, Baaa and M. Pan lH I year-old fighter was knocked out
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birthday party by her mother at _
Anne Fleishel DeLand for HonoredAt OPENING New Account
: their home on Carlton Rd. I Herlong Vacation Trip MACHINE PERMANENTS SPECIAL I Reservations Are and Solicited Future

A pink and green color scheme REf S13.M for *S.'O
Honored On AddressesWoman's See'at *O Ori' nir Morn\( r-.Q "o-tn/: .:" I\r[have been MsitinR his parents, Ridgewood RnsaHad Ph. 4028 Telephone1177
waa used, and was carried out in I DELAND-Mr. and Mrs. Clif- ;;Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cross,' have Reception Open Evening by Appointment ORLANDO WTCTEK PAaj
the table covered with green ; ford Swain left yesterday for Ship- left for Philadelphia where he
;i; [fSoe: r! ro Or'ardo' Morning\ Sen-neH j
Birthday crepe paper. Pink candy baskets Club man, UL, for the Summer. I,twill be resident physician in a DAYTONA BEACH I.!
held mints and nuts, and the I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Price and chil- j\hospital I tion honoring the Rev.-Arecep-. i' For Awnings of Best Quality and Mfg. in Orlando by a Com-
[Speciol' to Orlando Morning Sentinel] birthday cake was decorated with ISpeciol to Orlando Morning Sentinel!] dren Mary Jo and Calvin of Titus- Birthday greetings today go to I II trell was held last night in the I
pink animals and four pink can- LEESBURG-Judge A. Sydney yUle were weekend guests of Mr. I I'Ann Foster. William S. Tennant auditorium of the First Methodist !| pany with 22 years experience. Call Mr. E. E. McGee at the
DEL AND Anne Fleishel, 'and Mrs. R. F. Turley. |I Helen Anne Irvin and Fred E.
dles. Ice cream was served with Herlong was guest speaker at the j Church. i|
daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Joe the cake. June dinner meeting of the Business j r Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bilderback ,i Gross Jr. Mrs. Luttrell and their daughter I FLORIDA AWNING CO.
Fleishel. celebrated her fourth Invited were Vicky and Connie I IFleishel and Professional Women's !I are visiting Mrs. May McHenry in ;i Mrs. J.M. Connell,who has beenI I Miss Juanita Luttrell. also at- :
birthday Monday, honored with a Katy Graham. Sally Club in the recreation center, discussing -,Atlantic Highlands N. J. j I visiting in Moundsville, West Va., I tended. The affair was in charge ; 433 S. Hughey St. Phone 1821
i Rodes. Sally Sue Jackson Ann laws passed at the recent Mrs. Rodney Thursday and sons I[for two weeks, returned here of A. C. Oxford. W. L. Coursen j .
1- ALLFLORIDAMETAL Stoudenmire. Jane Stoudenmire, legislature session in Tallahassee. j have returned from New Smyrna ;\Monday. !' represented the Men's Class; Mrs. '
David Farr Davey Conley of Bun- touching especially upon laws affecting 'Beach. Volusia 4-H girls who left yes- I W. M. Bagwell, the W.S.C.S.: Miss
i, AWNINGS CO. nell. Sandra and Sharon Stouden- Lake County. |I Louis Nordmann is visiting in terday for a week at 4-H girls' (Betty Jane Duncan, the M.Y.F., C ASPHALT TILE-Nine Different Colors
Life-time aluminum mire Chops McCormick. Judy Miss Imogene Haney new presi- ,Ohio. camp near Groveland are Lois and Mrs. Margaret Harris the "
Group "B" and "C"; also Blue in Group "D.
F. H. A. Financing Graham. Mildred Powe Harry dent conducted the business session Judy Arvin left Monday for Lesher, Lynda Roberts Pauline church school.
DON GRACE Floyd Taylor. Margery McCalla during which Miss Sara I Washington. D. C., to visit her Kerr Lake Helen; Ethel Mae I Ross Parrish held the welcom- o ALL WOOL CARPETING
1711 N. Mini. PkOM film and Joan Conley of Orlando. Jarcus.. secretary, and Mrs. AudreyC. .sister and brother-in-law, Cmdr. <;Todd, Marilyn A. Haught Bernice ing assembly and a musical pro- '
Z-U21 Williamson treasurer. gave and Mrs. Herbert Ingley and i Williams. Osteen; Patricia Gail gram under direction of Miss 9' and 12 widths; also 27" and 3r'runners.<
their reports. family. j Ward, Martha Lee Nelms Beverly ;i Mary Jane Hamilton, soloist. OthI '
AGRICULTUHALENGINE Miss Haney announced the following The Melody Boys formerly :Dawn Gleason, Orange City; Bar- I ers taking port in this part of the' I o LINOLEUM
List of officers and com- known as Pete Easland's orches- ;|bara Byrd Martha and Wylene !, program were Mrs. E K. Howell I Battleship Inlaid Cofigokum Congowoll.
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mittees tra will open an engagement at i Mayfield, Bonnie Edmunds. Jean !Miss Hamilton, Ladel Hamilton.
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ROBERT MERRILL First vice president. Miss Elian the 101 Club in Daytona Beach 'Brownlee, Eleanor Marshall, Se- I I Russell Smith. Mrs. J. J. Kelly, ''

i Kramer; second vice president.Miss I Thursday night. Members of the i vile: Betty Ruth Rees. Shirley !Mrs. Rochelle Weldon and George I. AMERICAN RUG AND LINOLEUM CO.
r Statia Watkins: recording I band all Stetson students resid- June Crews. Naomi Hastings IF.. Robinson. Ii !
offers i I
$1,000TONIGHT REPAIR SERVICE secretary, Miss Sara Barcus: corresponding ing here are Bill Kennedy. Everett i Pierson; Kathleen Gibbs. Lucille i 863 North Orange ATe Phone 2-2418
secretary Mrs. Charlotte Dix Bill Starke, Max Fain and !Gillette, Barberville; Joanna HarI ; Miss Tromator
Pete Easland.Dr. I ris. Martha Harris Mickey Ken- I
Factory Trained Meekaales Peters; treasurer Mrs. Audrey -
AT 8:00: C. Williamson. and Mrs. John Cross, who dall. DeLand; Eleanor Rohrback.
Genuine Continental PartsChildren's Chairman of education and vocation Mary Jane Bryan. DeLeon Springs Returns I

on"We the People" Mrs. Lucie K. Miller, with Jackie Wallace New Smyrna \
Mrs. Brenda Kuykendall and Mrs. Creels Beach. [Sex1- o; to CV'ircJo' Mommg' 3eTil !
i Myra Sanders on her committee; Mr. and Mrs. Billy, Waddell of EUSTIS-Miss Elva Tromator j' 4th
Miss Elian Kramer, membership I Birmingham are here visiting has returned from her studies at ,1I July Specials
I WDBO @ with Miss Sara Barcus and Mrs.Lelah EntertainAt friends. j Vanderbilt University and will be ;
i .acs e> iamson and Mrs. Eloise Sauls and O.. Mary, and Peggy, will leave I State Board of Health. working .
---- Ocoee this week for Washington, D. C.,
Mrs. Margaret Brown: health. : out of Jacksonville at first. I
i c Mrs. Claire Lee. and Mrs. Pearl where Disharoon has accepted a Bob McKay is here after his recent 1
Haynes. Miss Elma Hoffar and By MRS. J. Z. ECKLES position.i two- -eeks' cruise with the '
Mrs. Martha Kennedy international Spec.ol[ to Orlando Morning Sentinel/] i C. J. Johnson has returned Navy to San Juan. Puerto Rico. j Bathing Suits .2.9up3,98up
relations. Mrs. Onie Ruth OCOEE-Mr. and Mrs. Walker from Quincy.J. Bob has completed his studies at I
Hunter and Mrs. Virginia Burle- I Creel entertained at dinner Sun- I H. Roland is a patient at Orange I Dean Academy in Franklin, Mass., !
I Memorial Hospital in Orlando '
son and Mrs. Nancy Borg. day for the 18th birthday of their I and will begin a regular course !
Legislation.Miss Genevieve Hof-';son Claud. Guests were Mr. and i where he underwent an I son at the Huntington School, '

far, and Mrs. Vivian Devaney; Mrs. Doyal Creel, and son Jimmy, J operation Monday. ,Boston. ;'
Band PW magazine Miss Sara I Billy Creel and the honoree, Miss Eunice Holmes and Miss ;< Suits
Manly Miss Genevieve Hoffar, i Claud Creel.Registrations. atherine Banning have left for Play
Seminole
and Mrs. Myrtle McIver; program. i for supervised !118 'he North. !
Miss Statia Watkins, Mrs. Lucille Summer playgrounds began Mon- I
McDowalL and Mrs. Marie Bow- !day at Ocoee High School. Girls Leave
den; publicity Mrs. Lillian D. Vic- I Lt. Col. Sam T. Salisbury took: | IRETOL
kers-Smith. Mrs. Charlotte Peters I his father Commodore G. R. Salisbury I
and Miss Hattie V. Miller; I! to the Naval Hospital in 'On Camp Trip Shorts 1.98up
pub 11 c affairs Mrs. Caroline 'Jacksonville Saturday for treat- I
Ladies Sandals $2.99 Sturchio. Miss Louise Adams, Mrs. ment. I I [Social to Orlando' Morning Sentinel! I
b I Ruth Wyckoff, and Mrs. Margaret. Mr. and Mrs. Dupree Wilson are i SPECIAL Eighteen 4-H girls I
Genuine Mexican Sun Togs by B. F. Goodrich Hayes. announcing the birth of a daughter 1, successfully completing two or. I II I
Research. Mrs. Belle S. Hamilton Saturday. June 28 in Mount :;three of their year's projects left II
ar r aches $1.99 $4.95 Value Mrs. Lillian D. Vickers-Smith.,. (I Dora Mrs. Wilson is the former i the Court House at 12:30 p.m. yesterday I Skirts 1.98up

Plain orbinltl-Color and Mrs. Ruth Wyckoff; music, 'I Miss Alberta Gore, of Ocoee. I for Groveland, to encamp f ...o.to. oot O.wntOO\n'oe.e
k MARY JANE Mrs. Margaret Hayes, Mrs. Eva S. Mrs. R. L. Vaughn has returned I for one week with Volusia County I KILLS ALL BUGS !
Brooke. and Miss Barbara Garrett from Vienna. Ga. I I I:
Girls' White One Strap : gifts and flowers. Miss Joyce Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Holland had girls.Mrs.. Ouida Wilson, home dem- :
I
[Sundials] Revels Miss Hilda Budd and Mrs.. as supper guests Saturday night onstration agent, with whom the.
Lelah Green; senior girls' party,. Mr. and Mrs. Terrell Holland and girls have worked throughout the I
t t NO MAIL OR PHONE Sixes m to 8 Mrs. Eloise Sauls Miss Louise'I family. and Mr. and Mrs. Sam I school year, accompanied themto Own Your Home Beach Robes 2.98up
SVi to 12 $3.99 Adams and Mrs.'Lucie K. :Miller; i Holland and daughter Darlene, I the camp, owned by the Lutheran I
ORDERS PLEASE 12Vi to 3 and parliamentarian. Miss HattieV. all of Howey. Church located on the edge I
I Were $5.95 and $6.5'BECK'S Miller. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bracewell I'of a large lake. I Let us build for you in Beautiful I i
r July meeting will, as in past have returned from visiting Mr. I' The girls will have special hand- Edgewater Heights No. 2. ,I
years, be at Esther's Dutch Kit and Mrs. Riley Bracewell in craft instruction swimming les- overlooking Lake Adair. One of Save on your fun loving clothes
, chen. Eustis. Brunswick. Ga.. and in Atlanta t ons. all types of 4-H camp ac I Orlando's best sections. I
! and make 4th of July
t and Lawrenceville, Ga. \tivities and a variety of recrea- j your, a
H. M. Daniels spent Sunday in 'tional affairs. We have over 100 house plans .
gala day.
r Apopka Scouts Gainesville.Mrs. Mrs. Gladys Kendall Volusia to select from or will build to ,

W. L. Knight entered Or- I County agent accompanied her your plans.
t' Sundial Shoes lando Osteopathic Hospital Sun- unit and the local girls weredriven .
I 1X4 North Orange'ATC. Begin Trip day for an operation.Mrs. I in a school bus by Mrs. Carl I Price $9,000 to $50,000 :

E. Black and son R. T.. !, Chorpening.
(Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel] Black visited Lakeland Sunday. I Attending were Brennetta tar 100%; G. I. Loan or Regular :

APOPKA-Local: Boy Scouts left t Mrs. D. L. Keller. Mrs. Mildred L.1| gent. Maude Ann Bevan, Edna I Mortgage Loan for Civilian. i
yesterday to spend two weeks! Ramirez and son Morris visited[ !,Michels. Ann Whittaker. Donna 7fOtppzfjAirConditioncd
camping at Rock Springs. Among Mr. and Mrs. John Ensign Jr. in L ; Witte Betty Jane Philips. Kath- ORLANDODEVELOPMENT I
- the boys in the group are Ralph Orlando Sunday. I erine Cullem. Jane Ann Geisler
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and Gilbert Clovis. Thomas for Minister Alden Norton spent, Lois Muse Isabel LaFils, Jane
man. Kenneth McCaH Ham r the weekend at Bell, and Minister. !I Davis Minnie Metts. Janet Shaw; I CO. '
Tootle. Bill Tobey Devon Pierce. Lester Starling filled the Church l 'Doris Thompson. Barbara Eu- 57 West Church St.
Franklin Shearon. BillY Barksdale, of Christ pulpit Sunday. I{ banks. Mary Lee Largent. Jun Billy Ray Drummond Harve E. Black was dinner guest of Mr.. McGill and Florence McGilL
Caldwell and Robin McBride and Mrs. R; H. Harrison Sunday. f -
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Jack Flake and James Conracare Claud Creel and Robert John-
the seniors in charge. Th son have returned from Fitzgerald
Scout troop recently organized. Is!I

sponsored by the Rotary Club.. Ga.Bishop Barron has returned',
An important meeting of Apopka .
from Orlando Osteopathic Hos- I !
Post 5335, Veterans of Foreigt t pital, -where he recently underwent -
Wars has been called for Wed- an operation. I
nesday at 8 pjn. at. the Legior 1 Mrs. J. P. Spradley and children

sday sPeuaKE Hall.Mrs. have returned to Unadilla. Ga..
I Our Tue % eI sNK Kitty Kelley entertain after visiting her parents, Mr. and
ppL m es at a stork shower Thursday hon Mrs. J. L. Barron.
oring Mrs. MacReed Moore at the 1.1 Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Street and There Are Only I 25 of These .
i5.OO home of Mrs. Kelley's mother son. Ray of'Stone Mountain, Ga.,

reduced / Mrs. ,Natalie Oliver. Guests in- are Eckles.guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. BIG Beautiful (Walnut) Table s 1


EnningsWARUN'S 7 STORES a fi Model Radios hi
Monday
Open eluded the Misses Kit Land Janet
Rogers the Mmes. W. R. Moore. This Shipment.
toK cP Kenneth Gober. Charles Patterson. -
Calvin Grossenbacher, W. B. Come
:nM Winter Park Phone 68 Goding Jr. Gordon Bryant Leon
I Sheppard. Laurie Sheppard Raymond M W{
We win be open .otj Early!II'
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Wednesday and Y Hogshead. Leon Robinson. R ;
doted All Day: L E. J. Ryan, Lillian Lefler and
Friday andSaturday l Dial 23743EST. Natalie Oliver.
J I9os Gail Ustler daughter of Mr. and

Mrs. Paul Ustler, celebrated her ..
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sixth birthday last Thursday at
: OrLiBdo'i Pioneer IIC. a party and a Punch and Judy ;'
CONTRACTORSSEE show, given. at the home of her t
grandmother, Mrs. D. W. Mitchell
20 N. Orcraq Aye. OCR FIXTURE DISPLAYN.
MILLS St. COLONIALTOWNWarehouse ; at Ocoee. Fifty young guests were

I invited.
County Com. Harry P. Wither-
r ington and his sister, Mrs. Agnes
Berry. also Carl J. Jackson J. C. Y
Robinson and L. P. Robinson were iS

among those from Apopka attend- +
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1 Gun Club Friday honoring County
Commissioners of Florida who
held their annual meeting at Or-
ClearanceREDUCTIONS lando last week.
The Misses Jean and Ruth Bur-
gust honored their parents at a
surprise dinner party on their 28th
UP TO wedding anniversary. Other guests

F' .... were Miss Anne Wagner, Mrs.
:;t; Estella Wagner Mr. and Mrs. Sam
. : Grossenbacher Mr. and Mrs. t
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Charles Reid and three children.

r:0.i,_ i Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Swan-
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i 9 J ntitttI= farA DICKSON & IVES WILL BE.
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f'i MOVES MERCHANDISE Sentinel-Star Contest[Lake County I Samsula Woman I Mount Dora CLOSED ALL DAY WEDNESDAY

Drowns in Lake
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1 m Circulation Lions Install

,1 verage Past 6 'Daily Months; circulation-42,993 Victors To Get Air Trip :, Body Still Missing

Agents Meet [Spe-io! to Orlando Mom.ng Sentinel' !] New Officers

i Two of the carriers for Orlando Daily Newspapers,I tSpec'-of( : to Orlando Morning Sentinel I guerite NEW Machek.SMYRNA about BEACH-Mar-31, daughter ISoec:*' to Orc/vio! Mom. 'rig Se"' nell
IF VITAMINS Inc., who qualify for the carriers' outing at Silver Springs TAVARES-The SentinelStar'sLake of Mike Machek. prominent MOUNT DORA-Friday night

DON'T BUCK YOU UP I Friday, Independence Day, will make the trip by airplane,' County circulation was Increased 1 Samsula farmer drowned In Lake annual installation of Lions Club'

Harold Hamilton____ __, circulation__ manager. announced yesterday 404 during a one-month Ashby west of here yesterday. Her officers was held. ]
n nnHI
try NUXATED IRON body had not been recovered last
f b drive which ended Friday Mac I District Gov. Hoke Johnson was
..=. =tw d.Aes.fc.=lacibitback swp sdkt ard/d....U-r I He said arrangements have been 1 McGinness rural circulation night. installing officer and the follow- I!
,4. tt .luafea d.e't ,.. sp. ObituariesMRS.; According to reports. Marguerite 1Eed4/
.aULTID... IRON.....'* M* bud *'. too "1if made with Florida Airways. Inc. manager reported at a meeting:i I and her half-brother Jimmy. II ing are officers for the year: Alfred .
ta eer 1w tall M bawd b.lpp .am to fly two LOUISE TOLLIVER 1 "
.. boys to Ocala and back.
M fMl foot-.a. Mek W NUXATO:; of route men at Cecil Pait's new i about 14, were in their boat on I Rehbaum Jr.. president: L.
fittX UkIM tw ull..wtdU. Qtm Ib. .tewCrltL The remainder of the carriers LEESBURG Mrs. Louise Tol- I G. Simpson first vice-president
Bo u. b ..dlnoM4_ ..... labs i the lake when the vessel sprung I :
I who win a place at the outing liver. 35. died at her home here Jungle Drive In Friday night. a leak. The girl apparently excited j i Ed Brooks second vice-president; i
through increased circulation on Sunday following a long illness.A McGinness said he and Pait.I jumped into the water al- Kendall Jones. third vice-presi I
their routes will be taken to Silver native of Georgia. Mrs. Tol- Lake County circulation supervisor though she was unable to swim. I dent; Gordon Conboy secretary; J :
APPLIANCESHOT Springs in a chartered Orlando liver came here to reside from obtained a total of 108 new| Jimmy tried to save her and j i William Stewart treasurer; Mel p
Transit Co. bus. Newton Ga.. about four months nine brought her to the surface three Wagner tailtwister. and William;
POINT DISHWASHERS Since the first of the month subscribers and that the different times. Prinz lion tamer. I s.
I the 80 or more carriers who ago.Surviving are her husband. Will route men obtained 296 new customers -I Jimmy almost exhausted was I Millard Reid and Sam Swigerare I
HOT POINT DISPOSAL UNITS deliver The Orlando Morning Tolliver; her mother. Mrs. S. S. I The route men are John saved by- several Negroes fishing; I directors for two years. Hold '
HOT POINT DELUXE RANGES Sentinel and the Orlando Eve- I Cook of Leesburg: four brothers Colgrove. Eustis: E. E. Nutter on the lake, but they were. unable -I over directors are Howard Simp- 11
ning: Star throughout the city i Christal Cook. Calvin Cook and ,Mount Dora; V. Morris. Leesburg: to save the woman. City son and MarJay Hinson. Bob I I
HOT POINT IRONERS and In Sanford. DeLand and Oliver Cook all of Leesburg and J. R. Fuqua. Clermont and Mont- pullmotor was taken to the lake,I Bowers a new member was in-I
Limited Number Available Leesburr have been hard at I Sorrence Cook of Colquitt. Ga.: I verde: Schalah Stephens Uma- and local Coast Guard men join ducted. f
work retting new subscribers. I and two sisters Mrs. Ruby Kelley tilla; Clark Formby Tavares; Dan ed the search.Open I'
ORLANDOAPPLIANCE Boys who have obtained 15 and Mrs. Eunice Gatlin, both of Myers Eustis; Flavius Rose. I Community Picnic Special Values
Walter Mattson
Dora
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"starts" by tomorrow the deadline Auburndale Fla.
Slated
CO. at Clermont
,' will The body was forwarded Sunday Groveland. House
qualify for the
210 N. Orange A,e. the famed resort. trip to night to Colquitt Ga.. for f :McGinness: and Pait who [Soecio! IO; Orlando Mom ng Se"tine'} FOR TUESDAY ONLY!
Phones 4537 and 2-4004 "The indications are that at I funeral services and interment. had bet the route men they CLERMONT A community
least 30 carriers will get to go on I Page-Theus Funeral Home was In could obtain in the the drive most lost new theirbet subscribers Set at Eustis picnic will be held here July 4 by
the outing," Hamilton said. "In charge of arrangements. the Waterway Club at Lake
I and had to eat beans at the Tpf'cl to Orfando! Morning' Sen"neI1; Louise. Each family should bring .
addition there
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are a lot of border- I ,
while the route men
line carriers who we are hopingwill MR. JULIUS II. BAUER meeting Also at thebean |I EUSTIS-A reception and open I its own basket dinner but the I O
chicken.
fried
qualify by the end of the con- APOPKA-Mr. Julius H. Bauer got Harold Hamilton i house party will be given honor- club will furnish hot dogs and Vanity Fair
table
test. 66, died Monday at his home here. circulation were andJ. ,ing the Rev. and Mrs. Ralph W. : coffee. Boats will leave from the'
manager
In order to rive :Todd and their family by members Legion Center for Lake Louise at
all who qualify He is survived by his widow Mrs. city circulation
W. Lemmon
a chance the two lucky boys Cora E. Bauer and a brother of manager of The SentinelStar.Brief of the first Methodist Church 9:30 a.m.. and will return after;' NYLON HOSIERYRegularly
who will make the trip by air Lockhart.He talks were made by Pait at their new parsonage. 426 Lem- lunch. .
will be chosen I on Ave. Wednesday from 7 to
by lot. was a member of Mystic Tee McGinness and Hamilton. The
At Silver Springs the carriers Lodge F. & A.M.. Union City. Pa. meal was the first served in Pait's 10 pjn. !i
will be guests of the two newspa- !Knights Templar and a Shrine new drive-in restaurant which The Rev. Fred H. Vines pastorof QUALITY I TOYS! 1 150, 1 165 1.19 :
pers and will be provided with I Club. will be open for business in about the Church of God. will be
tickets for all the attractions. A I Funeral services will be held at two weeks. speaker Tuesday at the regular T "firtrk a1* 'P1- '
box lunch will be served. They will ,,2 pjn. Wednesday from Fairchild monthly meeting of the Methodist The right nylons for every occasion! Beautiful
leave here early Friday and return Funeral Home with the Rev. Mil Lake Rules Out Men's Club.General TOYLANDOrlando 1 1a "Shadow" and "Sunlight" shades in sizes 8Vi to
late in the afternoon. 'ton Patterson officiating. Apopka meeting of the Women'sSociety 10y.
MUSIC;Yes music: tonight and every lodge, F. & AAI. will also hold Big July 4 Fete of Christian Service has
Orlando's Normally about 60 per cent of services in the chapel. Intermentwill Sentinel been changed to July 8. at which' Hosiery Street Floor
eek:day evening at popular (ISper'oF to Orlando Morning
Hawaii's time it will be held at the home
money in circulationcomes
be later in New York. 4 I
Fort Gotten Cocktail l Lounge. Joe from her sugar production. celebrations LEESBURG-No are planned general for July Lake! lof Mrs. Barbara Bartholomew, beginning -'a Academy of Music
Melees is ot the console piano from MR$. JOSEPHINE V. SKIMMER with supper at 6 p.m.
v.1 County Friday. I The Session of the First Presbyterian An Accredited School
ight tilt dosing. LEESBURG-Mrs. Josephine business houses and I
Stores
Skimmer 74, resident of Umatilla offices throughout the t Church will hold its last Approved for G.I. Training !
TAVERN: Al Rousch and Peck Morinbehind ; for the past 34 years died at,her public county will be closed all day Fri i meeting for the Summer next Sunday by Veterans Administration t
the bar will mix favorite i -I \ at 7:30 pjn. at the Manse. O
your home there Sunday afternoon following day. Most residents will seek diversion -
: | Meeting of the Board of Dea- 539 Lake St. Phone 5495 ,
from neon: till midnight. DIAPER SERVICE I a lengthy illness. at the East Coast beaches. Id Idr Lily of the Valley
-r.r Reservations Survivors are her son. W. A. f I will cons.be First held Presbyterian Manse Church .;....-.......'.-.-.-................, :
at the Tuesday
DINING.ROOM: Popular eating spot or Immediate Delivery I Skimmer of Umatilla: and two the past 58 years. Mrs. Cason -
PHONE 2-3357 Veatch Billings moved to Groveland to reside six when the treasurer will make : 1
adjoining the lounge serves dinner brothers Arthur of r DUSTING POWDERRegularly
Leslie Veatch of Los ago.Surviving. his last report until Fall; and the r
Mont.
; years
from 530: t.R 9. Miss Rossie Crispe rr
Angeles. Cal.: and three grand- are her daughter president. Eugene J. Burrell. will !I
receptionist bids you welcome.It's CAMERA SUPPLIES children of Umatilla. three sons George M. Cason. of announce his committees for the
Funeral services will be con- Eagle Lake Texas. Leo H. Casonof year. 1.00 19c
I a date-See you tonight. Phone 2-1743Heim's ducted from the Umatilla Baptist Minneola. and WilliamH. Delegates to the Young People's : I II
I Church Tuesday at 10 am. with I Cason of Orlando; one sister Summer Conference at Indian
Camera Shop the Rev. L. B. Johnson officiating.The Mrs. Ella Armstrong of Jacksonville River Hotel. Rockledge. returned i I : j Chateau du Park Lily of the Valley dusting
Gallin Hole! and brother. George D. here last week with reports of a
Fort one .
body will lie in state from 9
1825 Drive Delegates' I Ii powder . eloquent fragrance . as gay as a
Edgeworer successful meeting.
of
until 10, and interment will be in Wyse Pompano. very
New Cocktail the Umatilla Cemetery under direction Funeral services will be held at to the Junior High Camp left i : I. girlish wish!
of Beyers Funeral Home. 2 pjn. Tuesday from the Page- I Monday for a week at the same I Street n'oor
Theus Funeral .Home. Leesburg. place. r r Cosmetic Bar
LOUNGEAirConditioned MRS. KATIE Wl: CASONT with the Rev. W. F. West officiat- I The Rev. Marcus H. Epperson INNERSPRINGS : I
I RUBBERASPHALT LEESBURG-Mrs. Katie Wyse 1 e i ing. Interment will be in Adam- .pastor of the First Baptist Church i MATTRESSES i
Cason. 77. died at the home of her : side Cemetery. announced Sunday that the cooperation I
daughter. Mrs. Mary Stewart of I of the workers had made : BOX SPRINGS :
Groveland. Sunday. !I wish CARD to extend OF our THANKSWe heartfelt thinks (.possible the finest Vacation Bible I ,
Serving Noon Till Midnight Mrs. Cason was born at Palatka. and iDpreclmtion: for the act of kindness I School in many years. Regular iI I : HOLLYWOOD BEDS : r
,She was the widow of the '.;. ,floral messages oflennii of sympathy received and from beautiful our- meetings of. the church societieswill j I. : O
FLOORING late W. J. Cason and the oldest kind friends and neighbors dvrinc our be resumed this week with MANUFACTURED TO YOUR
FORT GATLIN I surviving settler of Okahumpka. rerent bereavement In the Iou of oar the YWA Girls on Tuesday the I INDIVIDUAL ORDER :
where she and her husband built beloved Mr. and mother.Mrs P. M. Fisher and Family Intermediate GAs and Junior RAs / Pickup and Delivery Service : BIRDSEYE DIAPERS
STEWARD-MELLON CO. the first home in that community.She Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Rogers and Family Wednesday. II Anywhere in Central Florida I
515 Orange Are. North r
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Kasper and familyMr. :
had been member of the
2301 N. Orange Phone 9668 I a .
I and Mrs. C. J. Roiers I I i
Wildwood Methodist Church for Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rocer and family EI Call V* Today- -
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I THORPE Way. Furniture has sold at ridiculously low prices, *-' : I

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itt. , 'I simple to enter . easy to win Just bring or gay little casual hats of natural straw. .

your cute kiddie to our studio...we make I; "
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GUS, MADDENS Use _ I // your Home /Is For Sale List it with _



'REFRMERATION SERVICEDomesticCommercial A Good BUTANE and Clean.Odorless Economical Gas- Highway Patrol in Action !I FLORENCEBEAUTY FIorcBce Welcomes SHOP yea Ie ALLEN JOHNSON..,:(: . .

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Fuel at a Price You Can REALTOR .
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Afford for COOKING. Spurred by the mounting ..
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AlT'Condltloning ,HEATING. W ATE R1"rompl.EHleJentR.ascmab1e traffic toll in Orange County aa.Ne.. nyiUf. n-M4itiMiii .1 "Specializing in Homes" -
OUR BOARDING
HOUSE
24 *. ORANGE AVE. PH. nn
s HEATING and RE as testified by the story in The '
We repair all makes and types FRIGERATION.Don't Sunday Sentinel-Star on June TU\5\ MAKE CrAieF'S EVeS M ESAD,CUIE? pi -EYE/ A\AV X t 140 N. Orange Ave. Phone,;1612
Fun ORLANDO BUTANE GAS 3. the writer rode with the RuN L1KE WATERFALL, MOURM WITH You?TNIG 1SNEAND
tone: Gas FONE 7728 Highway Patrol three Saturday ME SAO LIKE OLD |S VERY PLACE WERE RECENTLY
SERVICE, Incorporated nights and Sunday mornings to SQOAVJ6lSOi OhiC&W 1- WA5 ARRESTED FOR A FEW Fast Cool Relief
Sacked fey 10 :years czprrtcac get a first-hand account of howit f ,
Z23 MicMlLa Ave. J032%;. Robinson Ph. 2-1733 worked to combat this men- GALLOP AND ARROW FLY \\IKlFLlf S TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS.XVrAOOf / ,
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ace.-ED. uJHEQE PALE- ** >iCERC'DE AW from
-*ft eirr FACEs \TKUSTY AUJSTAK> THROUGH r
LUSTER FOAM Br FRANKLIN H. STEVENSONCity t ''iPs'Sx' HAVE Jbj L LAND6 so WILD ?NAT vT3JBE& ettfJf,
ii / tpFANTG TEETKEO oi \
PARKS-7A X5l
{ Editor, Orlando Morning Sentinel] .
; V PRICKLYHEAT
Shampoo for don kills and repels fleas and >/-2'n5f L'2V. / iK) ,= LOADED REVOLVERS--
i, ... ticks. Prescott Kennels says -most amazing The average motorist on see- 1 NOW FACING\> SAIL"FOR" .
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item In field of doc hygiene." Pint bottle $1.00 ing a Highway Patrol "Polec t" If E ,, J 3 TRAVELING yb MILES I -l a
" Sold by Leading Drag Feel and Pet Stores car pass him in the opposite direction i 45 AN t HOOK/ FLAT WALL

BROWER LABORATORIES. ORLANDO FLA. usually has one of two I .G PAINT
reactions. t !

If the driver is within the law. I
he thinks soft. Riding
4 AIRFLIGHTCIRCULATOR : "Pretty I
around all day on the taxpayers'money. 1. Johnson's ONE COAT COVERS a
Instantly new
." If he is breaking a law Prickly Heat Powder gives you WALLPAPER and Most
the reaction is: "Lucky that guy
is going the other way!" soothing relief from that angry any Interior Surface '
All metal.:-1200 Cubic Both reactions are wrong. The itch! .
$4235n. writer now knows that the hours It.. 1 2. Speeds healing!Prickly heat Made + An Oil Base Point, not a Water Point
per Min. 3 Speed. are long the routine tough and rash thrives in moisture. Only + Economical-One Gallon will do the overage room

WE DELIVER the pay small.In Johnson's Prickly Heat Powder withOIL + Covers any type of woter-thinned point
CHECK/WITH ..rft* 13 S. Main St addition. if the erring driver v contains superabsorbentbenton. + Covers WoHpoper and other surfaces with one coot
Phone 8158 is doing anything liable to S \ ite. So it absorb perspiration
be used the
+ Dries quickly-room can same day;
r cause an accident he will prob- helps keep skin dry speeds heal-
ably find a prowl car right on his : 114E COWBOfS + No sour casein odor, common to water point
I ing.Try it today
tail in a surprisingly short time.A "T i DIDn1R HAVE ONLY + Will not rust metal as water points do
I handful of cars nine in all 1o WArr FOR + Will not raise grain of wood, as water points do_
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cover Orange. Osceola. Lake and 7-r .w.wr..v..M-R GREEN JOHNSON'SPRICKLY $
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1101415I 3.15 + thinner or extra bucket <'
I It. Requires no
POISON 1 Seminole.Counties with the largest -
IVYA I number five in Orange p HEATPOWDER + Requires no priming or sizing coot
which has the largest proportionof Olsen G. lrchfld: PER GAL + Dries to a flat, glaretess, beautiful finish I"
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U. S. GOVERNMENT BUREAU i traffic. Milton E. BrayH. aItttfl ..:+..Is not a fad-surface can be repainted at any time)
REPORT announces These cars are continuously Ryland Cox 1
the discovery of a new tannic acid treatment for ivy noi- traveling major and secondary I E. Frank Gardner S; t 12 Ways Better o use FLATLUX
soninga. The treatment has been found highways, sniffing out and pre- LcRoy HoequiitFAH

gentle !and safe, dries! up the blISters! in excellent a surprisingly; it is venting accidents traffic watching hazards for, handling stolen)' +tKt1m r -i WILSON LEONARD HARDWARE
short tIme often CHILD
1 wIthin
24 hours. Hardware"PLENTY
These government cars reckless and drunken drivers "The Complete
fud.ngs! are incorporated for ,I the makers.f OF GOOD PARKING SPACE AT
( and keeping an eye out Madt "J g"0,0t.4 by
in the new product_T, TV DRY escaped convicts. hh"...'. ...., '.wd., 316 S. Orange Blossom Trail Phone %-2181i
: At your drugstore 59c. V i- They are tied together by their ; 1 i "rai JETTMTTr-, ;;)-""" "'_ -U.lJI.u'N'i".Ull.IJ":1I1;:: : _
.. radio station at DeLand plus the
etrU. -I. A,rrr COV'/I.I.MC MettW wok fMxnuwM............ *|two-way radios in each car. It is
through this radio network that
the patrol is maintained
For instance Sgt. Bill Norris
who has charge of the four coun- -
ties, knows approximately where
t each car is through the long ..
hours and thus is able to assembleor
"spot" them for any emergency.The ;;aI'
work is. in the. main un
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eventful. The cars cruise at about ''
i-, 30 to 35 miles an hour alert for
the eventualities mentioned above ,
and, for radio information. Y .
F Getting the latter is an art in a
F--.f itself because the patrolmen haveto
filter their own calls through a
barrage thrown out by stations
calculated to be well beyond their
' f receiving range-such as Oakland -
y Cal.. North Bergen N. J...
h Alexandria. Va. and Miami,
HERE'S WHEREIT In addition the patrolmen develop 'r.
Instantaneous and photographic -
eyes. A car flashing by
at too high a speed in the op-
posite direction is instantly identified -
ALL BEGINS and a patrol car in the direction -
in which the car is head-
ing is notified. ;
This latter in the secret of how *
many speeders or other violators kjLr : t I
"'- car .
: -> suddenly find a prowl beside 5;*
materializedout
them apparently
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..,. While your house 'is.in the' blueprint stage, In of the thin case air.of stolen cars and ;
r escaped convicts a radio net is

be Sure to specify CONCRETE BLOCKS for thrown around their possible A :.m: : A,' ., }
routes with all cars alerted to be :f
on the lookout for them.It f.J t
the many purposes where possible. Concrete is impossible to estimate how ) .
many wrecks have been avoided
blocks adapt themselves to most any type of and lives saved merely by the
patrol cars being on the road. .
Speeders slow down reckless ," d ''
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architecture weather resistantandhave : .
are drivers watch their steps and 1 .' _
drunks are usually caught. J ..P . .. :-'
lasting qualities equal to stone. Hand- The latter usually betray them- / -- b
selves in several ways-weaving. _

ley Concrete Blocks are as durable as their speeds.uneven speeds and excessive. -i'7i M

Norris illustrated for the writer

makers. how these menace'J are detected.A w :.i'" ..' F'" I Ia
car went by at a fairly fast but
not excessive speed and a little s ;. far out in the road. ,,'.
HANDLEY LUMBER CO "There's one now." he declared
turning his car around. As far
';IBER AND BUILDiNG MATERIALS as I could tell the man was .
simply a little careless. Stopped : t > ,

.:' ,. Phon* Stftt about a mile down the road, he ,
and his wife turned out to be s .;
-- -- staggering drunk. In addition, ;-e
they had their young son with .
them.A ? j".. -
typical Saturday night with {
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showed about the following -
: one speeder caught and released S----
when he proved to be - i
sober and of good character; & : -
drunken driver locked in the '
up
CLINTON ANDERSON county Jail; assistance at an accident : t
Sm-rItlJ 4grkaltirs SlfrtI where one driver had run TRUST MAXWELL HOUSE to inale.

C into a cow and several other cars .
collided at the same time.
I.< Assistance at the hospital where
two women were brought in aftera n
wreck: helping a woman driver
stuck in the sand to get back on a better INSTANT COFFEE !
\ AmericanWomen the pavement; stopping numerous )
I cars for improper ,lights or other v
F violations and issuing warnings. i -
I Through it all. constant communication ,
1 is maintained with the
]I radio station in DeLand with all /. It has the true coffee flavor and true coffee aroma you've looked for in ,

cars assistance ready at to a go moment's to each notice.others ,. .. instant coffees. And why shouldn't it have. ? It's all pure coffee. . full-bodied 100% rr [ _

While some of these items may PURE IPr/f
roaster-fresh coffee in instant form! 'rrrrr
sound picayune they are all im- rrrrumtrnu -
portant to maintaining safety on k COFFEETlfindthataj 1
Your Used Fats
the highway. Multiply the recordof
--r one car by the nine on the ,? 2. It's the world's most popular blend of coffee! Yes,it's made from your favor =-

--- !t road total and of you accident have an preventionwork. impressive ite Maxwell House blend, all ready for the cup. So quick when you're tired and

1! SliINeededI( Juvenile. Judge need a lift. So convenient when you entertain.So fragrant and delicious always!



k 3 It's produced by coffee experts who have made coffee their sole profession '
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) *America's. homemakerS have saved and turned inr' Proud of My County .
> for more than half a century. .- experts) who really know the fine art of coffee
a' over 600 million pounds of used cooking fats since Judge Mattie Farmer of the
1942. This is an average of nearly 20 pounds for Orange County Juvenile Court reported blending and roasting. It's Instant Maxwell House, made instantly in the s

't each family in the United States. It is a record of "mighty yesterday proud of that'she my county"is _' 'cu'p. . and Good to tjie Last Drop! '

t which every woman can be proud. after inspecting Juvenile delinquency jyjELI ,
However it is still necessary' to conserve every records of other States at ,

,pound of fat,since the over-all fat supply situation the court annual judges convention at Chicago.juvenile

m is little better now than it was last year when we Judge Farmer was the only tht well

were desperately short,particularly industrial fats. woman Judge at the conventionwith of Inst a ea

Manufacture of many of the things we all use and the exception of Judge Ca- .You of cofl
mile Kelly retired Memphis Juvenile pound, co The
y wear in our daily lives requires industrial fats or i authority who was a guest ( y mluh as remore.. No leftover .
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MaxwellHOVI.
--_.- the products of industrial fats.'Used'cooking fats 1 speaker at the convention. . House mgkes niuch as you nee.

turned in by American women: have been and con- ire o Y taw away. .

tinue to represent an important part of our total .AfitCtt/KOf no gniunds Blend

1 industrial fats supply. pound .ofw&ed.; I

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: BUILDERS HARDWARE -

.. For 61 Years We Have Supplied Akerman, Cobb Discuss State CffTRAQ[ RIDAS Teacher Rating -I Bien JolieGIRDLES -

Hardware of Distinction to Cen-

tral Florida Builders. Legislation Local Bills for Lions 1)Vhotoq) kii

Free Estimates by Factory Trained Lists
ChangedOrange
Experts Activities of the 1947 Florida Legislature includingbrief i

explanations of local tills were discussed briefly by
JOSEPH BUMBY HARDWARE COMPANY Reps. Tyn Cobb Jr., and Alex Akerman Jr., at the Junior County employed 563 !' of }

ORLANDO WINTER PARK Chamber of Commerce luncheon yesterday.Both 81 HAMLET POGUE certificated teachers during then 1
Representatives admitted they did not see "eye- past school year, a check )"ester-I i

to-eye" on all tills and did not t I Ia THE QUESTION day of the certificate list by j I Nylon Marquisette

rote the same but there was not law providing for notice to be : What do you think of the officials revealed.
the "slightest bit of disagreementon given the city in the event of any I, black dresses that are being featured I Certificate lists are being prepared -I
CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH claim for damages. I for wear this Summer, or for the new teacher ratings Achieve summer comfort
local bills
Also bill settingup do you think ray colors are more ;effective next year which will rank I tn a boneless girdle by if
passed was a
"Probably the most Importantof a.City. Dept of Communications appropriate for warm weather? I teachers in six categories accord- Bn Jotie Three hose / _
DRIVE SAFELYHAVE these local measures is the law whereby a member, of the I. THE ANSWERS L ing to number of college training supporters 16 inch start "
providing for permanent regis- Police or Fire Dept. can be employed years. Supervisor of Schools R. I strong. stretchable elastic
Charles' T. Merry, sign manufacturer Earl Klpp said. Certificates will sides Sizes 23 to 32. '
YOUR operator withI I
BRAKES radio
AND FRONT END as.
tration of voters in 1948. Acker- their Civil Service Winter Park: be Issued on the basis of from one ,
man said. out losing "I like bright gay colors best. to six years training whereas they
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CHECKED FOR THE JULY 4lh TRIP "The effect of this law is that status.Akerman said. "To my mind the i,Black absorbs heat and is not. ap- ,formerly have been given for two'
after in
registering 1948 it will appropriate for four
and
only.
not be necessary for a voter to reregister most progressive legislation adopted Summer w ar. years teachers Special $13.50 ,
A. P. CLARK was that in the field of educa ; 4 Sixty-four County are -
MOTORS, Inc. be a permanent, but his one"registration will tion. where $84 million was appropriated I starched Women in i 1 eligible for new certificates basedon
gay- I five or more years' training. 359 ,
889 N. ORANGE PHONE t0741MAKE In order that there will be no I for State elementary colored dresses have four of college the ", .
years M15 ,
schools and both the
and high f
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registration in the event of any look cooler and I
check showed. ; S
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special election during 1947 the University of Florida and Florida more attractive Other'eligible for three-year t! ; I
present registration was extendedto I State University made co-educa-I 1 i than when they t.. . certificates total '76: two-jeir 3 j jCers.fz
Jan. 1, 1948. Akerman ex- tional. are wearing dark 49. and 12. i ,I !
one-year.
five bills'
Cobb mentioned the I
plained. I clothes. The
Increased enrollment in Countyschools '
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Among the local bills mentionedby under which various Orange black dresses are"'- ..> / '
is expected to necessitate YOWtlL
Akerman Extension of County and municipal: offices Ivey's Air C DcL'ODet r
were: all right for eeMerry
HIM I faculties' totaling more than 600 i GREW ( P --i
could be consolidated the Super-
the city limits to include the j ning wear. Summer fashions teachers for the 1947-43 term, | fashion Floor
intendent of Public Instruction
Washington Shores housing project should be designed for comfort
: and the Orlando Army Air would be an appointive rather and whites and prints are favor- Klpp said. i! ;
:. { than elective office the County ites for hot weather."
Base, addition of two members to Nova is the :
Halifax. Scotia
Civil Service and Commissioners would be electedby The Fashion and Quality Store Since 1894
,the City Board * *
most easterly city of the North |
but must be
the at large
-- - county
T. E. Wilkes, radio service deal !American continent. i.
I residents of their district.A i '
Colonial town:
Proudof ert 'I
Cobb said gives
"a" sixth bill. )I "I think that black looks good
mv i more power to the Budget Com- on -women- 'Summer or- Winter,!
that each
o mission and provides Blonds brunettes
i member be elected by the district I
in which he resides. and red-heads I YOWELL DREW IVEY CO.
I can all wear
I All MX bills will be voted on black dresses to
: I IN ORLANDO
fRORlD1VIIItuliPS
/ in a county-wide referendum advantage. It is
9."From. '
Sept .. .J not a color that': -
a State-wide viewpointthe .- 'clashes' with
1 .c.' -. W 4: ,rt most important piece of legislation \../-_ hair or personality / (
;rt' I was instrumental in en- T and always'

: ... ,acting into law is the Utility Ar- t I J .; .,.. looks good. Dark:
bitration Law." Cobb said. ''>.' I
\: colors emphasize %
rr .il ,
1 SERVING . i i "This will guarantee to the citizens Wilkes features and figures r V ft
of Florida that there will be better than lighter colors. Of
f -"- .JACKSONVILLE ,no,strikes in public utilities such i jI i 1 course black Summer dresses .
-. |as electricity water transportation I should not be made of heavy materials -
youAS f9 f TALLAHASSEE : or communications. _/ II i: that are hot.
-fr LAKE CITY Cobb said. "I cannot understand (I * *
I the attitude of the Governor regarding II I Mrs. Howard Anderson grocery
-fr GAINESVILLE the of tubercu- '
question ? clerk. Winter Park-Orlando Hwy.:
,.. I losis. for after the 1945 session :; "Black dresses are too hot. They
fr .OCALA I II
had appropriated $2',2 million for may be suitable for night. or party
-. .PALATKA t tuberculosis buildings, he vetoed occasions but '
A FINE PIE MAKER the bill on the grounds that the not for everyday
I -fr .ST. AUCUSTI.Y'p & I Legislature did not provide enough Summer1"ear..
money although he had a surplus -!The dark dresses I DE LAND
of $46 million as of July 1, : give women a
Real homemade pie with a tender flaky crust! All you do j -.4 .SANFORD j 1946. better dressed r

u get the new PiUsbury Pie Crust Mix. Quick easy. Flaky "Now he is threatening not to look but when
'. --+ .ORLtrDoConnecting the warrant for the $2% million the thermometer i
tender crust every time. You can't miss. Just add cold sign t. w '' fe

water* mix roll out. See Ann PiIlabur '. special recipes I which for the tuberculosis 1947 !session sanitaria. appropriated -- rises degrees above light-col-90 ; <....<. ;:.;. .".::'.:: list! wF t4 3rr ,

for finings right on the package. ,, f with ." l ored clothes are 7 .(.<':< I' t F i .. ta.-
[ Airline Serving more appropri- Anderson I
1 ate. I believe white and print cot I i I
[ the World BUILDERS' ton dresses look best for informal y
I attire in hot weather"
Pillsbury1".18 iI * II'
PASSENGERS AIR HAH HARDWARE
Mrs. Ruth Imber Jewelry and I
I
I AIR EXPRESSFLORIDA gift shop operator College Park: I
A complete line of Builders' "Black is strictly a Winter color. ..
Hardware for Home and Warm weather calls for cotton and j I

CRUST 1J AIRWAYS I' Steel Commercial Door Frames.Building . linen light smocks colora.l and i Imperial Hobnail Bedspreads

Fashion design I

ORLANDO THOMASLUMBER beam era are when off they the t They've been improved three waysthey're ; ,;. !: ,

.' I vat dyed, wider than ever and it -
MIXLJ Municipal Airport prescribe black!,
*' I r CO. 1 dresses for Sum ; trimmed with white fringe. Ivey's
;'.' Phone 4597 mertime. Pastels offers them at the new low price you'
e.: L 131 W. Gore Ave. TeL 4107 and light prints!
:. /' can easily afford. Your choice of f'
f are cooler and<
. more attractiveImber YOWELL single or double bed size, in dusty
in hot weather. DREW (,P rose, blue, green, gold or all white.
Dark dresses are suitable for business i
and probably'fine .
wear are r
> in air-conditioned offices." Now $7.50The
YOWELL-DREW IVEY CO. IN ORLANDO * *

AL Austin auto-body worker Fashion and Quality Store Since 1894
Dubsdread: Bed "-," . "I think black dresses In Sum-
>
'-, > mer look like 'Hell'. During, hot

.. -.... weather the .
,.:.: women should
It'fJl stick to shorts: '

I they look better ..
c- than anything (1' As Featured in "CALLING ALL GIRLS"
else. Starchy cotton ..
t
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dresses are
'i 0a
nice looking but

TRAVEL SHEERS \ concerned as far as I black am .) .>, : '

should be dis- :;. a _
carded. Shprts Austin A S-S. J.
are accepted almost everywhere i
-r in Florida and the women should
.' wear them on all except the most : ,
for women who wear .: :. "' > formal occasions" s r
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In 1935. the strength of the cadet tffi

sizes 38. to 44 ; ... corps at West Point was set ,

., at 1,960. ..
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and 18V to 14h .

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:, ',sfmid-calf, foh elegance in relieving Achlete" Foot is that it I
gets at the seat of the trouble by kdltng Make like a genius with needle or paint brush and '
: ? mil FIVE of the common fungi .. quicker than we can say Picasso you will have a dirndl
:' kl f.uttt!These lughly i ectkxi plant I that strictly a work of art! J k
: molds and parasites grow and thrive
; t e I oo hot perspiring feet. So here too Choose one of our new cottons or linen-like rayon* in
Neurabalm is effective in helping keep I black or a solid color to make your dirndl then em-
'* > 4 down excessive perspiration. Further broider Simplicity transfer appliques or stencil chat-
/ .>" ; Only $17.95 I its soothing, analgesic ingredients I provoking motifs in textile paints around the hemline.Of .
work FAST to relieve pain and itching. I course we have border prints that give the same
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Help Coord Against KvlnfottoiTmt .
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12 v rlanbn! fHnmtng syrntfnrl Tuesday, July 1,' 947 /'

Chase Loses Union Contract
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Oils Eggs and Poultry RAILROAD

Specials, II I Closing Stock Quotations I JACKSONVILLE. CAP) Florida nearby

fresh Ail sales ens:to retailers Suit Utilities Rejection HintedWASHINGTON t 1 1I STOCK

[Hold Market STOCKS IN THE SPOTLIGHTNEW Hde.. High Low Last Wet CUr. Against I !

: YORK (AP Sales. closing price Nat Biscalt _______ 6 28 .J7a. 28 Grade A. wt. Ukt.
and net e..a.... .. the 10 most active Nat C.n hU__ 3 9*. It*, 9** Per di. Per dl.
tocks yesterday! I Nat Cash Ref n__ 2 38 31'. 38 L*rt. 24 OJ f8 [ A high SHARES
On Upgrade Sinclair Oil l$,10O-ISi we '4.Comwlth I Mat Container ____ IJ 384 38.. 38'4 Medium , rrT 21 52 Circuit Judge Millard E. Smith yesterday dismissedthe
Sow 1S.100-1 no.Schenley Nat' Dairy, Prod ._ 8 30*, 30* 30*. Small _______ 18 47 AFL official indicated yesterday i!
Distill 14.10O-10V up Ts. Nat Distiller _____ 87 21"20" '* 21V. Extra large -.--------- 26 58 petition of the Chase Investment Co., of Sanford for a
MARKETS AT A GLANCE that some strong craft unions Of
Socony Vac ll.MO-lt% up >/*. Nst GypsumNat _____. 11 18* 18* 18* Sales eci i Orlando : ,
Irregular NEW YORK specials. Std Oil Ind O.SOO-414* up 41. Lead .-_____ 3 310,. 31* 31*. conauntersNet Per declaratory decree and injunction to prohibit the J may refuse to sign new contracts' GROUP SEcu.mlSHe..
STOCKS: ; mis. ad- Pow te Lt 29 1 1' Grade A Wt. Dos. :
Sunray Oil S.SOO-10 no. Nat --- 1V4 Utilities Commission from locating the proposed and
power '
vane Per 6*. In Crts I with as a of'
Armour aV Co 7400.14 V.. Nat Supply nu- 16 16V. 15 15% employers means
ONOS: Mixed: price change* narrow. Pure Oil 7.40025. up S4. Kent CorpNewport ________ 2 21S 21* 21" Large -- 24 os 65 water plants on the Lake Butler Chain of Lakes.It .
COTTON; ; Quiet; tract buying h..iela'O Nat Distill 'C.700-21V no. Indus .. 2 274 27* 274 Medium ._________ SI 60 skirting the breach-of-contract ,
tie... Sear Root C.3OO-M up **. NY Central RR ____ 41 14"*. 134 134 Small ____,.,r.-_ _ 18 83 was the second hearing be-'0- of the Tart-Hart .
CHICAGO NY Chi & St L Pf 4 94'. 94* 94'* Extra large _u_____ 26 68 fore Judge Smith since the filing still owned property on Lake Down penalties new It. '

WHEAT buy: in*. Clreoe hedging: commission light. house New York
CORN: As much as 4 cents ue; rainfall CF-BrUl Mot __u 7 I'. * 8V Northern Pacific -. 24 17'. 17*. 17% Lire Dressed Live Dressed decree and injunction.At property owners in that some This possible strategy was disclosed -
in rowino aroaa.OATS Air Reduction _ IS 31 30SIssks 31 Florida Dressed te Dr'wn tt Dr'waI future commission might attempt following two-day seminar
with u -0Ohio the first hearing Judge ; a -
: Strong corn. I Fryers 2-3 lbs 38 57 43 63
Junrsu __ 2 4'. 4>. ". Oil ______ 18 25% 24% 25% the lakes. 100 AFL attor A PROSPECTUS ON REQUEST
HOGS: Steady 25 cents higher; top u I Broilers under Smith allowed the Chase organization to locate plants on attended by
... .
llechanr Corp 42 3V, 3' 33., I
___
Elevator .
$25.25. Otis 2 28'. 2821% 21bs 38 57 43 65 from your Investment dealer.
AUet Lad Stl _-... 4 35"35 35* I Hens heavybreeds represented by Atty. W. H. In dismissing the petition and neys. They discussed the law's orDi5V3tiOrsGroupIncorporoted
CATTLE Steady to 129.50. -
U Chem A Dye______ 3 177 175 177AllisCS > Pac Gas-ft dee 14 39 Mi 38% 39* I 36 81 40 SO Poe 15 days in which to file an upholding the 5uuesUon of complex provisions and mapped I
life II 35 % 34 ig
DOW-JONES AVERAGES Am Airlines _n___u 39 9 V 34 8>. Pac Tin Cons _n_ 1 43. 4\. 45' Bens light breeds 28 42 32 49 amendment to the original bill. Utilities Atty. J. Thomas Gurney preliminary plans for testing themin 63 Will Street,Hew York; 5,H. Y.
NEW YORK (UP) Packard Motor __ 30 5'. 5 5V.
Am Cable te Rad __ 7 51. 5 5Am n that "the Involved the courts. I
CHICAGO LIVESTOCK: The original bill charted the questions
Stock: Open High Low Close Nat Cit. __ '. Pan AA Airway __ 22 10s. 10'* 10*
Can 2 9J 2V 92V.
30 Ind 17.30 177AC 17S.S2 177 JO UD 0.74 Am Car & Fdy uu___ 1 2s 42S 42*, Panhandle P te R 27 "11. T. 7* CHICAGO (UP) (USDA Hogs 9000. location of the plants would are now moot" Judge Smith Joseph Padway. the AFL's general I

:. b 15 20 RailS Utll 34 4S.M SO 34 44.04.S3 34.SS 4S.C2 45.M 34.73 off a.O 0.14.10CS Am tt For Pow _._.__ 10 3'. 3 3 I Patino faram Mine Picture_ ______ 32 1 26'12"12'. 26* 26 12** to About lIe active hither.and Most nneven.upturn generally on butchers steady jeopardize citrus groves in the ruled no real controversy existed l counsel said some of the lawyers '

Sfks C2J1 C2.72 2a2 C2.S4 u..0.14 Am Home Locomotive Prod 12 8 24H 21*. 24i 211 21&24'sAm Penney (JC _nu 12 44 43* 44 elghing 25O-3OO lbs. Top 2525. Bulk Lake Butler area and that there and there was no matter to believed several of the

: Bonds: Clo Net. Ch. Am Pow A Lt __u__ 19 11'. 10'.* 10". Penn-Cent Alrl ___ 11 8 7". 7*. 260-280 Ibs. 23.25-24 50: 290-330 Ibs. 21.50- was insufficient water in the be litigated. strong highly-skilled craft unions -
260-280 Ibs. 23.25-24 290-330 Ibs 21.50
Penn Pw te Lt 9 20'. 20. 20'. :
L.
.,..,... ..102.7S 0.01
40 10 lit Bonds Kails ,.,.25 lie u 0.11 Am Rad te St 8__._.. 22 14 H 14Vs 14* Penn RR ___un_ 12 19 18% 18'. 23.00; 375 Ibs. 111.75-2000. Good and lakes to be used as a source of However he gave the Chae Co. which do not fear unemploymentmight
Am Roll Mill 10 28 28 28Am ao
n le Pepsi-Cola ______ 35 32 31% 31'. choice 300-425 lb. sows 00-19.75; 450- 10 which to file be able Mlk'WO
10 2nd Nails -_ $* SO off 0.14 Smelt & R __ 22 59 57 59Am n 'water for the City of Orlando. days in a new to by-pass the
n Pfizer Chat & Co 6 40% 39*. 40t*, 375 Ibs. 16.0017.75.Cattle .
__ __ .01
10 Utils 107.M off '
Stl Pdrs 3 29 28% 29Am that amendment.The statute by doing without
-- un : 15.000 calves: 1.500. Fed steers The amendment charged con-
10 Inds ____________--104JO u...... Sugar Ref __ 2 38 38 38Am Phelps Dodge uu 14 40 39"40 ; )
Transaction ,in stocks used in averagesyesterday Phil Elec nU___ 8 I 24 23'. 24 and yearlings including yearling betters.steady. although the Utilities had decidedto Utilities Commimion last tracts.
Tel'te Tel 33 155'. 155', 155'SAm ;
: Industrials 3.7OO; rails, 21 Phileo Corp _____n 3 265.. 26". 26% Strictly 1000 and choice ersdeaactive. voted the He cited the International
f Tob B n __ 7 74 73 Vi, 73}. Philip Morris 18 29.. 284 29 LarlJel" attn ru... Choice weighty: locate both plants near Lake Tuesday to place prop- Typographical
090; ...tilit'22.100' ; total 112J9O. Am Viscose: ._ 3 53 52 HIS 53 I Phillips Pet _n uu_ 4 59 S8* 59 steers topped at 29.50. most choice 27.75- Ivanhoe and had abandoned the erty on Lake Down on the market Union as an example senict
Am Wat Wk 9 15 15Aol c-: :
NEW YORK CAP Quiet Woolen _n____ 9 31'i 31'i 31'i Pressed Procter if SU Cam Car ___ 4 1 60 10%!. 60 20110* 60*/. 29 average.00. Good choice and 26 choice.50. Stock heifer: cattle 235026.00 steady: .:; idea of using the Butler chain, and consider offers for the pur- and said the proposal might work fast

Anaconda Cop _u_ 19 34'. 34'4 34'. ', medium slow bulk 00-21OO In the mere fact that. the Utilities chase. this way in future negotiations: ',
Pub Sve NJ 23 24% 23 23"_ : cows
and tocks.a
strength of oils special. Armour" Co __ 74 14V. 13'. 14*, uu \ S\ atY
u___ Pullman ____u__ 4 56%. 56* 56% moderate supply and strong. Cutters 13.00 "The typos might 'n'edon't .pn\
ASSd Dry Goods 4 17V. n 17 I say,
down; most beef cows 13.50-17.00 good
number touching New Year'shigh Pure OH __ 74 25% 2525". ;
Atcb T & S P ___ S 78 W 383'. '78AU % I -- cows to 20.00. Bulls active and steady at want an ap'eement.'e'll \ eiit.conU \
the market generallyon Coast Line ___ 2 52 52 52AU I -B-- 18 00 down. Vealers steady at 24.00 down. \
kept RefIninc _____ 32 37*. 354 36* Radio Corp ___ 22 8". a 8 Sheep: 1.000. slow. Spring: lambs weak Winter Park News set up conditions of employ- cred\*
the upgrade yesterday although Atlas Corp n__ 4 241. 241. 24* I Radio K Orph __ 10 12 11". 11!* to SOc lower. Load good Kansas Spring ment. If you don't want to meet
___ Fleming Rand ____ 6 I 32 31'. 32
Ano till 45 53. 5 :5 I lambs 22.00: some comparable natives them we'll just .
___ go away.
most rails slipped and many Repub Aria u 9 4% 4% 4%
-- Repub Steel .___ 25 24* 24". 24% same T>rlce. Holding good 1 and choice native This and other proposals will
leaders elsewhere were indifferent. Bald Loco ___.___ 3 18 17'i 17". Revere Cop tt Br _n 3 18V. 17'. 18 Spring Iambs above 23.00.. Deck good By MARGARET GREENE
Bait & Ohio 31 11 10' 10'. 106 lb. clipped lambs and yearling ...ethers be whipped into shape for pres-
.: arnsdal Oil __ 9 26H 28 26* I Reynolds Tob B ? 5 40!. 40% 40% mixed with No. 1 pelts 21.00 about Telephone Writer P :rk 2?3-Hours ll-2' ard: 4-f', Monday: Through! Friday entation to the AFL's international

Dealing tapered after a fairly teodlx ATlat __ 6 3H4 31>. 31* I -SSatewa"- steady. Aged slaughter ewes steady or
There a Best Foods _n__ 6 23 22'. 22'. Stores ___ 9 23% 23% 23% 7.50 down.Orange. i officers at a meeting here July
active opening.! was Beth Steel ____u__ 17 84 83 84 ''St L San Fran ___.19' 7 6% 6%: C ,9. Looms $10 to $300
moderate buying flurry around ilawKnoxoeint _nn_ 2 14'. 14'i 141 Schenley Distil 135 30,. 29% 30 Vi Winter ParkBrevities Building Permits

and subsequent slow- : Airplane __ 11 16 15"15" '. Seab Al RR _nn_ 9 16 15% 16 I
midday Borden CoBorsWarner __n_._ 7 42 4 42 42*," Sears Roebuck ..._ 62 38 37 U 38Sereel County PostOffice To Close FAMILYriHAyj
downs. Prices hardened selectively ____.. 2 45'*, 45 45* Inc _____ 6 12% 12 12%
in the final hour with the ranitf Alrwirldieport _____ 2 9 9 9 Shell Union Oil _.50 31 30 I,_ 30% Court Records '
Simmons Co ___ 4 32 V. 31% 32% AfternoonsEffective
Brass __ 3 13'i 134 13433V. u Wednesday
pace quickening a trifle. Plus iritis Mff' ___ 1 33\'4 33 Vi Sinclair Oil ---- .178 15'. 15... 15% INSTRUMENTS FILED: Total $$125,400WINTER INC
marks of fractions to a point or Budd Co __nn______ 23 10% 10* 10BuloTa % SOcon -Vacuum __119 16% 16',. 16"% Thomas M Henkel et ux to Henry X: WINTER PARK-Winter Park at noon tomorrow and
Watch 1 30 H 30* 30* Sou Am 0 & P __- 1 4% 4'. 4"% Banks et si wd 310.J I
more predominated at the close. urline Mills n_n__ 23 181. 18 18 Southern Pacific ._ 12 41. 40% 40% F Creson et ux to Agnes Carson ml* stores with the exception of the continuing through Oct. 1, the EMPIRE HOTEL BUILDING

Transfers of 670,000 shares .com- Burr Add MeehCallahan 7 12Ta 12'. 12% Southern Ry ____-- 9 34 33%, 33% 12000. PARK-Building per- Orlando Post Office will close
Sperry Corp nn 13 19"2 18% 19"% Joseph E: Johnston to Louis Kenneth hardware and book stores. will remain each Wednesday. 32 West Central Avenue
pared with 650.000 Friday. --c- Spiegel Inc 2 12% 12 12% Relnkemyer et nx wd 910. afternoonand mits issued during June amounted I
The month's volume was 17-' Z-Lrad ... 3 2V 2% 2'. Stand Brands un._ .-_ 7 27'. 27% 27".. Ada Merchant to Joseph E Johnston wd open Wednesday to $125.440 as contrasted with Dispatch, carrier and box serv- Orlando Tel. 9857
Can' Dry GAle __.. 18 18118 16* Std 0 tt E 84 ft 15 24!. 24"% 24'. 810. be closed on the Fourth. ice
20,615.786 in will be continued
482,740 against 11*. ii'. IIS" $39,461 last of the on a nor-
auad Pacific 42 year. Many
Stand Oil Cal _U_ 30 60, 59% 60 H L Conant et ux to Henry E Bankset Rainfall in Winter Park dur
Mar and was a low for any Carrier Corp ___._ 1 1C 16 16 Stand Oil Ind __ 84 41% 40% 41'. ux mtg $30 83300. permits issued this year were for mal basis. This is in line with
month since September 1944. Ca,. (Jlt Co ____ 3 36 tj 36'4 36* Stand Oil NJ _u_ 57 76'. 76% 76'. Zadoc John Piety et ux to Kenneth A ing June was 7.79, with rain fall the early Wednesday closing of
'aterpll 'Tractor 12 59 Vi 58' S9* major repairs or alteratjons.Other .
Stand Oil Ohio 15 26% 25% 26% Hare et ux son. ing 23 of the 30 days. June, 1946.
The Associated Press 60-stock Celanese Corp ____ 46 22'% 21'.. 22* Std Stl Son uu_ 4 13 12!. 13 Board of Public Instruction to Polly the rainfall was 8.64 and in June. permits issued include the Orlando business houses during
composite was up .1 of a point at Celotex Corp _un It 25"24." 25'. Sterling Drug h_ 7 40'i 40% 40% Yates et al deed.R following: Enlarging kitchen at the Summer.
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CEnt Foundry 2 8% I. 8' Stone te Webster ._ 1 12% 12% 12% P Coward to E L Mayo qed S10. 1945 with a tropical disturbance
64.2 although the rail average was Cerro de Pas ._ 20 32'. 311, 32Cert.lnTHd % Studebaker Corp _. 20 19 18% 18% Charles R Wood et ux to Fir Fed Say it was 12.51.Dorothy the Woman's Club and additionof

off as much. It was the narrow- Prod 38 IS1. Ut*, 15*. Sunray. OilSanshine __---- 87 10'. 10". 10% and Loan Assn mtg S59UO a closed porch. $500 $1,300 LAUNDRY HOLIDAY JULY 4-5
Ches tt Ohio __ 20 4S'. 44'. 45>. Mna ____ 2 8'. 8!. 8% Lomb H Smart et ux: to Charles R Wood Lockhart, sponsor for ; *
est market since June 9. Of 875 Ch U Sp tt Pac ... 14 9 8>'s a*.. Swift tt Co __ 19 33% 33 33% et ux wd $10.Florence the Town Hall Series reports that permit for W. P. Gilstrap sand- Self-Service Laundry Assn. of I
Chi tt NW ____ .. 2 19 18'. 18 un Orlando has
: issues registering. 380 rose and 283 > C Rahn affidavit.L wich booth on -Mills St. David announced that all
15 108. 106*, 108'. -T- reservations for the 194748 sea- ;
Chrysler Corp Ins
E Geeslin Jr et ux to Gulf Life I
fell.Spencer CIT Finan ______. 9 43'. 43*. 431. Texas Co ____hU 14 64% 63% 64% Co mtg 813.500. son far exceed those received at GaUiher $10,000, residence at 250 self-service laundries here will be
Kellogg In further reflection CleY El Ilium __ >-. 15 42fe 41% 42!* Texas Gulf Sulph 5 52% 52 52% C M Gay et al to L E!: Geeslin Jr et al Reading Way, Forest Hills Lewis closed Friday and Saturday,
Coca Cola .____ 1 171 171 1'71Colnte Tex Pac C It:: 0 u 17 33'. 33%, 33% this samedate last season. Such
*m s July 4 and 5.
of an earnings jumo. add- Palm P 18 41'. 40* 4134 Tex Pac L Trust u 14 25% 24'.' 25% Nora IV Wright to Owen L Clement Jr world famous personalities as I J. Ferris $800 for porch at 1127

ed 4 points at 58. a 1947 top. Col Fuel tt Ir __ S 13'. 13*. 13% Tide Wat. A Oil ._ 25 20% 19'. 20 Va et ux smOwen Rear Adml.! James Minnesota Ave. R. C. Baker,
Colon 0 & El ___. 54 1H. 11 11*. Transamerica u_ 2 11'. ll\oa 1134rr&ns Zacharias I coRtsrWOODsLo'
I Others recording peaks for the L Clements et ax to Cyrus Lowry Fiddler crabs often have great
Coml Credit _____. 1 41'. 41i I 41'. & West Air 4 15'. 15 15% Cox Jr et ux wd flO. Warner Bellah. Margaret Bourke- $2,500 for addition to residence,
year were Celanese, up % at 22Vi: Com Solvents ___ 22 24.. 24 24V. Tri-Cont Corp __. 4 6% 61. 6V Cyrus Lowry Cox Jr et ux to Fir Fed White Louis Fischer. Dorothy 965 Lakeview Dr.: Pansy Fox Turner claws almost as large as their
Pure Oil a at 25 4. Shamrock.Oil Comwlth Edis ___ 10 30 Vi 29'. 30* Twent C-Fox _-__,- 8 29% 28'. 29% Sav and Loan Assn mtg S4SOO. $800 for bodies.
a storage room at
a Comwlth tt South ..181 3 3 3 -uUnion Wayne Allison Patrick et ux to. Fir Fed Crawford Nicol Smith. Emily ,
at 26 4. Texas Co. i at 64 /.
*, Cons Edison un._. 11 26'4 26". 26 V4 Bar A P 7 31% 31% 31% Say and Loan Assn mtg 34670. Kimbrough and Robert St. John 1234 Orlando Ave.

k Standard Oil of CaL 3 at 60. Cons Vultee 8- 12>. 12* 12* Union Carbid ____ 24 105. 104 105% Angebllt Holding Co to Thomas D Msr- are scheduled to betweenthe William J..Allen, $1,800 for a to an apartment at that address
Shell Union Oil 3s at 30i and Con Est _____, 1 14a 14H 14% Union Oil C.1. h_ 22 21% 21 21{. dl. et ux,Tel rev. appear
Coot Can _______- 6 38H 38* 38*. Union Pacific __u_ 2 132 131% 132 Thomas D Mardls et ux to Wayne Alii'on dates of Dec. 15 when the frame dwelling; W. M. TraerJr. one for $1,100 to remodel a garageat

Ic Socony \'n at 163S. Cont Motors ____ 5 7.. % 7*. United Air Lines ._ 11 22' % 22% 22% Patrick et ux wd 310 series opens and March 23 the ., $1,200 for storage room.Oranl'e 219 W. New England Ave: Carl
U. S. Steel was up *i at 66 V4 Cent Oil Del ___ 28 42U 4 42 United Aircraft .._ 10 18'. 18% 18'. E R Fox to Thomas D Msrdts et ux sm
Corn Ezchante .60 S7i, 56"'. 57 aCorn Un Cig-Wh Sirs 3 4% 4'. 4% Haywood Rigsbee et ux to Walter C closing date. Press; Dr Myron Cook Bleyl, $1,140 for tourist court Kil-

and Bethlehem % at 84 despitea Products _. 7 63S 63* 63* United Corp ____ 29 3% 3!. 3% Hovater et ux mtg S3000. Season subscriptions are filledin $900 for remodeling at 233 E. larney Korner; J. W. Calhoun,
drop In this week's ingot capacity Craoe Co __ 12 34'". 321. 33". United Fruit h n 22 52\*, 52 52%," B A Carpenter et ux0 Professional
widest since Craclble Steel __. S 25>, 25'. 25'. United Gas Imp _- 1 21!. 21"4 21% Corp wd $10.Professional. the order in which they are Lyman Ave. $12,000 residence. 1501 Norfolk -FREEl
of 2 4/7 per cent Cants Publshlf _._ 31 9V4 I 9* United M & M .._ 13 16116'% 16V4 Corp to B A Carpenter et I received and no single tickets Mary Motyka three permits one Ave.

last December and ascribed main-. Curtljs-wrisht ?_- 10 4H 4H2S 4'". U S Gypsum. _._. 4 101 99%, 101 ux mtg 3100000.Walter will be sold until week before for $500 to build a new chimneyat
4 25 '. 25 .. E Hovator et ux to HaywoodRlssbee one
ly to falling coal suwplies. Cutler Hammer a U S Indus Chem 1 48Vi 48% 48%
0Drne U S Rubber ..__-__ 22 46 45% 45% et nx wd 310 I the opening date. 220 W. Park Ave.. one for $1,100 WATERCARNIVAL
Chrysler gained la at 10'1'Va. -&-Co __-___ 20 40 39 4 39". U a Steel _ .. 40 66". 66 68% Central Title and Trust Co to Haywood Additional information may be MOVING ? I
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General Motors H. at 59. American Del Lack & West 5 7'i '7 7* Walker (H> Q & W 2 20 20 20 Riftsbee et nx spl wd 110.harf
> Detroit Edison _-_-_ S 23* 23'. 23*.. walworth Co ___ 2 9V4 9193'. H Barnsley et ux to Thomas 0 Ms- i obtained from Dorothy Lock- granddaughter Audrey Carleton Fireproof storage . .
at Mfg.
Smelting 1 ,2 59, Joy Out Corp-Seif 25 15>. 15 IS'. Warner Bros Pict '30 15'. 15'% 15% !! wd' 310. hart 1259-JJ. Mrs. Charles E. left yesterday for Elizabeth, N. J.. Movers of fine furniture
1% at 35 U. S. Gypsum 2 at 101. Dome Mines ____ 11 20' 19H 20! West Ind Sue un 1 23% 23'. 23% Mary V Tanner et wit to Fir Nat Bankat Bey r at the Sandspur Book Storeor ORLANDOTRANSFER
Allied Chemical !'. at 177 duPont 3ouflsi Aircraft 2 54'. 54*, 54* west Un Tel A ___ 9 20 19% 20 Winter Garden mtg 32000. where they will spend six weeks
Dresser Indust __ 7 18 17'. 17'. Westing Air Br .... 17 33% 3233\ Fir Nat Bank W Garden to Mary V H. W. Caldwell. Chamber of with the former's daughter Mrs. S,Lovely Girls of the
1\2 at 192V2 and Union Carbide duPont de N ___ 11 192* 1904 192*, Westing Elec u_. 2. 28 27% 27%! Tanner et vlr sm. Commerce. Korb. & STORAGE CO. JackssaiIIe YWCA Water
Fir Nat BankW Grace
W H' Frailer et to
Wheeline Steel .__: 1 36 36 36 ux
105.Ahead Ballet Team' and
1% at %. TEL. 7510 Day Nifhl
-CEsstsr'n:- Garden mtg SSOO. Parents and others Interestedin .
White Motor _ 2 22% 22 22 Mrs. Sherman Dewhirst left '
were Montgomery Ward Air I> _____ 8 20 20 20! u__ .. 8 w F Roper to Harry Galney et ux sm.H.,1'7 performances.
Walls Overland 2 8 8% %
Sears Roebuck, Caterpillar Tractor Eastman Kodak 25 44'. 44 H '44% WilsonCo __ 15 13'. 13% 13'. dalney et ux to B P Button et the Daily Vacation Bible Schoolare yesterday for Banff, Canada, I
El Power & LtEnt 13 15* 15'. ISVa25's Woolworth (FW) n_. II 48>,. 48'. 48% UX rate. S6.668.75. invited to the exhibit of work where she will spend the Summer.
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Schenley. International Harvester Pub Service ::: 22 30* 30 L W Redding to Harry A Banks claim
American Tele- Erie RR ____-____ 14 9". 9 9 I Worthing P & M 2 53 52% 52t. Of lien. : done during the two-weeks' ,session Her sister Is taking courses at STOP THOSE FEET VREE

; Sperry, _____ 14*,. 14 H8V. -y- Wednesday at 7:30 ? ,
Anaconda Kennecott EversharpParns: u 2 14V. Young Sh & T .- 18 63% 63 63% Conn Gen life In* Co to Walter D Klm- on pjn4Hooker University of Alberta and they will
phone, F ble et ux sm. J Memorial. There will be ':
- zZonite have
- a cottage together.
Standard Oil INJJ and Great, Tel te Rad 3 6" ,% Product __.. 6 11\. II .8. Hart W Posell et ux to James Oscar i skits presented the various de- FROM t HURTING SO! C&zmplonshp4OUT8OAkDPAfS
'Po ell et wd 310. by Miss Frances Lindell. of Minneapolis
Northern Railway. Firestone T & R ._ 11 47* 47 V4 47V4 Approximate final total today 670000. ux
Fllntkote ___u___ 4 30* 3014 301,. Richard S Magruder et ux to Robert I partments. The school closes the who has been visiting Mrs. Why suffer, day after day? Instead, I

Fractional losers included Santa Florida Pow _. 1 14!. 14!, 14% CLOSING COTTON Frailey dMl b.n WUker-I following day. Dewhirst has decided to make I' take 10 extra seconds each mommc
Ruth A et vlr to Ethel
Fe. N. Y. Central. Southern Pacific -0- NEW YORK (AP) Cotton futures registered I' and before foinf out evenings, to
oen C.blo .:: 14 10*. 10'. 10 V. son spl wd 310. The American Legion will meetat Winter Park her home. dust MeritS Medicated Powder on
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Pennsylvania Railroad Southern Elec __ 18 35* 351353i gam* of 15 to 90 cents a Dale in James M Russ et nx: to Fir Nat Bank feet. dnea It
Gen old those Wonderfully
moderately active trading yesterday. Prices W Garden nit. 36000 8 p.m. today in the Aloma Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Roberts i i burtinf
Railway Goodrich, Woolworth Gen ?Oods 3 40 39H 39 y4 t rnoI.tur.
: Oen Motors ____ 61 59V. 57"a 59 at one time dipped 50 cents a bale under Orlando Fuel Oil Co Inc to P'la Bank Country Club building. are in Chicago, attending the t :: Notel drivers hathrlUand.spiil.pac&eJ
J. L Case. Douglas Air tho previous 401.... on con.ider.II''. profit- and Trust Co mtg 31600 II Soothes, cools, II t
Gen Pub Dtfl ___u 28 134 13t V;, 13H .._ upward When the WCTU meets this Kiwanis convention.Miss I odors. spee4tests
taking but the r.1 trend was
Loris L LeFever et to Irma Ravens-
ux
Johns-Manville. Westinghouse makes feet feel
craft. Gillette Sat R 7 .27127 27 more
Vt
Time trial. is .
uu afternoon 3 Mrs. J. H. morning.Race.
Oimbel BrosGoodrich 11 23122*i 23 en persistent covering in nearby July croft et si mtg 3700 at p.m. Florence Keezel and Miss | comfortable for bours. -
American Can North ----- along with mill and commission house Irma C Ravenscroft et vlr to Loris I start at 1:00 p. so.
tuconditionalrnney-
IBP) _-_ 3 54 H 54 54s. I Crandall will report on recent Alvina Peters are expected to arrive -|
Consolidated buying. LeFever et wd 310.Howard back At
American. Edison ux guarantee.
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Goodyear T & 9 46* 46 481Orah.m V4
Th market drew support from Washington W et to C R LoU conventions.Mr. this week from New York to all SO
Smith ux drug counters. f
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and Electric Power & .Light. Paice Mot 23 3 3% 3%
advices that differences over the et nx flitS 31000. and Mrs. Herbert Halver- visit Mr. and Mrs. James Keezel. I
Gt Northern Ry ft 3 41 40 V%, 41
Bonds mixed. Commodities I I form of the buying for Jack K Mlnlere to Howard W
were cotton et
program nx
... 9' *.
Oreyhound Corp 23 % 0 9% stadt leave today by car for At- They will stop in Asheville for a
Japan had been settled. This was expected Smith et ux wd 310. .
climbed. At wheat ._ *
Chicago
Gulf Mob Jt Ohio 37 10'. 10; 10 .
further Government, Carrie A Higgins to Ada P Humphries lanta for brief then will Ed
>, to expedite a stay visit with the former's father
Gull OilHayes _7 68'. 67 I !
advanced 2 to 3T cents bushel ------- 4 -FREE
a .
buying of the staple' for that country. mtg $5000.Ada
-H- go on to Chautauqua N. Y., stop- Keezil, who will drive down with
corn 2i to 4 and oats 1 to ___ The program called for purchase: of 300. p Humphries. to Carrie A HIggins
MfcHomestake 19 6 I* IJ
61".1 000 bale of cotton and 50,000 bale of wd 310. ping en' route for a visit. with their them. I
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Z*.. Cotton was up 15 to 90 Houston OQ Mia_____- 17 4 45 24V4*,' 23 45'. spmnable waste between now and Oct. 31.Seme A B Struble et ux to Rollln D Gods son in Cincinnati.Mr. I Patricia Keezel will accompany Spectacular

cents a bale. Hudson Motor r 13 15 14% quarters expected the Comioodity et Ruth ux wd $10. Ada and Mrs. O. W. Kirkpatrickwill her aunt and Miss Peters back to ,
Credit Corp. to ask for offers of som 75. t Sims et via to P Hnmphrie 'I [
On the rising side of the curb Illinois "centralInterlake 16 000 bale about midJuly.Sp.t wd 810 go to the Driftwood Vero New York for a visit. [ :
were Cities Service, Fansteel. Sentry 23S 2323% I cotton markets wr .uit. reflecting David D Cross et al to Bettha Lee Mc- Wacationloai IREVRKS
Iron 11 114 11% 114 in while Mullen et al sm. Beach to spend the weekend of Dr. and Mrs. D. C. Ward are ,
tightness old crop supplies I
Safety Control and Tishman Int Harvester ,____ I 88*. 88 88 V4 W P Scruggs et to Wirtly P ScruggsJr later in month
lat Nick Can 33 31 304 304 the textiles market held firm. nx the Fourth: the I driving to Arlington, Vt., where I .
United t Brilliant. multi-colored"
Slipping et
Realty. were lot Paper .-____. 14 47*. 47 471,. : Open High. Low Last Allen ux L wd Weathersbee$10. et ux to Charles 0 they will drive to Kentucky. stop- they will spend several weeks with 1 I ,
Aluminum of America July 37A4 37 CS 37.52 37.M UP S.,
Shoe ,' Ins Tel Tel, .-_ 27 in. 11% 11*. Oct. -_ 32.72 32.91 12.** 32.n-ao.... 3-4 Site Jr et nx wd 310.Wirtly ping at Dalton, Ga., to visit the relatives. I ... I fcreatktaluVamatic .1f eatravegansa-

: Consolidated Textile and South Johns-Manvine-J-- __ 2 42H 42H 42" 1 Dec. 31.64 31.9S 31.64 31.80-13 ..11-14 Jr P wd Scruggs$1 et ux to Wirtly PSeruses latter's sister. During their absence Dr. and Mrs. Charles MacDowell i is the best solution to r t.. climaa of a great dayMTIEQUE!
Penn Oil. Turnover here March 31.18 31.38 :31.13 :31.29 S ,
was Jones & L SU ___ 17 30>. 30130*. May 30.73 3O.92 3O.C7'30.79-85 up UP 4-10 A Iy Franklin et al to Louis Woldmonet their house on Lake Sybelia are expected home this week from your vacation money -/ -t
170,000 shares versus 200,000 In Joy Mfs ________ 62 35 333. 35Kennecott : _
al .
-K- July 29.7S 30.00 29.75 29.9Cn up 18 sm. will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs.T. a motor trip to New York. Dr. I problem get it from 'V :' .
the preceding session. H P Gillman Landsdale Jr .to A Culver 1.
Middling spot 3-14a off 1.
... Cop __ 21 44 Vi 43* 44 V4Laclede N-nominal-. Golden spl wd 81 wd $99 R: Sturgeon MacDowell attended two meet- Tkuenat where 4 outof5whoakforaloan .-fA
a, Joe B' smith.et ux to Dorman A Meyer Mrs. Charles, Hyde Pratt and ings of chemical officials and Mrs.
GRAIN RANGE GssLehlch ___ S 5 4". 5 et ux wd $10.Prudential '.., I fJ i
CHICAGO {UP' C A N J 10'. 1010'" NEW: ORLEANS: (AP) Cotton future advanced .- Ins Co to A E: Pittman etHarry son Bob leave today for Daytona MacDowell. president of the Win- -get it! Loans made .-.... "
privately : M
Open High Low CIcoi I Lib 0. P Olss* 2 54!. :53'. 53'. hr yesterday on buying stimulated ax .m. Beach to spend .a few days with ter Park Womans Club attendedthe I 1
by favorable textile reports and
WHUT- Llbby McN A LUtcett __ I on salary I .
I 53. I" 534 W Martin et IIX0 Fir Fed Ear only, '.,- j
July n_____ 21111 211 21fS 2111 & Myers 5 a8". B8\1.\ 5534 claim. of the hcavwst boll wvil infestati and Loan Assn mtg $2OOO. Mrs. Sam Williams. convention of the National i furniture I. ."
Soot n--:. 212218 212 218DH. Lockheed Alre 12 12I.. 11" liii. in South Carolina in year Sidney Floyd Still rt us to Fir Fed Sav Mr. and Mrs. William F. Gil- Federation of Womens Clubs. !I or auto.NATIONWIDE J ." .1'!1
______ 211 215 211.4 215 Loew's IneLorlllsrd 7 no. 21t, 21". Closing prices were steady $1.45 a balehigher and Loan Assn mtg 3600. ti .
May _____ 20i 212 209 212% (P) 3 111% 11.,. 11% to five cents lower. John Almeida et ux to Sidney Floyd lies who were called home by the Other delegates from the Win- CIEDIT3. :"\!
CORN- -H- Open High Low Close Still wd $10. illness of their daughter Elizabeth ter Park Womans Club included CARD good for imznedi- .'7atacsshat400affiuiat. 1 I k Barbecue and Barbecue Hash ,

JUly __ 1944 200s. 198200"" Mack Track I 4834 47V. 4834 I July37.45 37.50 37.40 37.40 off 1 Henry E Walsh et ux to .Sidney Floyd. leave Friday for Georgia Miss Hulda Halley corresponding \
WPt. 171 U2n1'. 182% Mar (RH __ 3 35 3434, 35 Oct.32.75 32.91 32.6C 32.75-79 up 10 Still wd $10. $ t : I I as only Wesley Garner and lie I
Dec. ___ 180'183'.. 180" 1113"-". Marine MidlandMarshall u 6 '1 '0'I 4 I% Dec. __nO:31.73 :31.97 :31.70 31..6.,. up 19 John X: Nuckolls et 1IX0 D D Riddlewd and will be accompanied by the secretary Mrs. Dayton F. Reed, Jbuonat offices Apply t ; V. crew of South Carolinians
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ala, ___ U'J 160''%! U1% 1603.OATS March 31.17 31.39 31.17 31.34 up 29 $10. .. t Zl Ii
Field 12 2tI'. .
-- 2834 29"' latter. Mrs. Ruth Blackwell and Miss An-
____. for Card } it! AH
No' can
Martin ,GU __ I U'", 15113' May 30.4S 3O.91 3O.C4 30.75 UP 20 Ralt B Ogden et ux to Charotte Gero a today. I' prepare von caa eat.
July ..,---. 54% III". 98" IIs.pt. % Mo Kan TexasMonsanto 414 4 4' rate 33000. Bishop and Mrs. John D. Wing toinette Foster. obligation. i
"543, 17V. 84' 87Sloe. ChemMontcom -= 1: 803. 6Ot. 6034 NEW: ORLEANS: (Af>) Spot cotton closed O A Unneren et ux to Zadoc John Piety leave today for North Benning- Other members of the club who *i :, $/.sO P.ER PERSON i
U3a ,It"121.. '4eh % Ward 20 119 5834 583. steady $1.25 a bale l...r. Sal* 47. Lew et ux mtg $1,85098. Come in or phone. I II
__ __ _- __ ._ $2M&iiji Murray Corp .:. I 12 12 12 middling 12.15. Middling 37.15Good English et IIX0 M J-O Thom ton Vt.. to spend July and August. attended the convention included j- '
"lII' 11 'lll-. 50%' -NNashKeivinator- middling 37.85.' Receipts none. Stocks WdWll' Miss Sally Wing who has been Mrs. F. M. Peasley. Miss Harriett j Loans $25 to $300' I

= 15 1St' 15V. 15.. 77472. A J Bolton to Reginal Bolton wd $1. from M. '
home since her graduation Peasley. Mrs. W. Halley Miss I
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Dcc ;__..;. _._ _ __ 136 Vi I Nat Airlines n__ 6 1234 12 1294I Peninsular Life Ins Co to Sylvester It j II
NEW: ORLEANS: CAP) Average price of O'Brien et ux sm. the University of Virginia Schoolof Caroline Wallace and Mrs. James ,'

middling 15/lCths inch cotton at 10 South. w 8 Lee et ux to Floyd. L Land et nx Nursing. will accompany them F Hosic. j
trn spot markets yesterday was 31 cent wd $10.
SNOWED I A Cash LOAN"win bale North and will be connected with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Goodlellow enxmai FINANCE co. :
a tower at 37.4O cents pound; average Gordon J Barnett et ux to Mayer: Realty ,

DEBTS ? solve problems for the past 30 market days 3C.7S. Co mtg $3000.Mayer a hospital at Hyannis. Mass. j have gone to Canada for a four l lmonths' OF ORLANDO I
your Middling 35.84 .
UNDER BY 7/8-inch average cent a Realty Co to Gordon J Barnett
pound. et ux wd 310.EARN. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Glass and j I stay. I II -. 24 South Orange Avenue I
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two children will occupy the i i I Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simonds and ; Stairway next to ___

FOREIGN: EXCHANGE Bishopstead during the absence of family have gone to New Hampshire C_ _ Federal Bakery]

. COMMIE OUK KATES NEW: rate YORK follow(AP)fOrest Closing Britain: foreign in dollar exchange - Bishop John Wing and family. |1 j I' for the remainder of the Uok far tt8! STMbol. M IGor tr .Mralei.
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75 300 *, others in cents): Canadian dollar tn AN EXTRA I Mrs. Elizabeth Nicholas and 1 Summer. :,2-314; i
? New York
CASH open market 8* per cent discount -- ----- -- -- - --- ----------- -
YOU .. or 31.30 U. B. cents d01l'Doa of a
. Ctl" 15u-. cent. Europe: Great Britain 34.02%. unchanged 114aI.ct"1 'LbolraTAnlg ilE1.5't kW' WHERs1'p
Auto o Personal ; France Franc) .84 Vi of a cent
$100 $ 1.11 $ 9.45 G $1,000 \ 5,5 --'- '
up .00%; Sweden (Krona) 2785. unchanged PoP1t'AZa6gr71NISThE ptmyo
14.181 ; Swilaerland (Franc) (com'l) 2340. -.
$150 11.67 onchanged. i
r 6eHd HOTFOOT NOW..
: Latin-America: Argentina free '
$300 15.56 -L Ii "" en.S3eo 2446. unchanged; Brasil free 330. unchanged LEARN HOW 7 I -
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23.34 \ ediI, .T AGn. : ; Mexico 20.62. unchanged.: .- ,,

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537 N. Orange Ave. commodities compiled for United Press on"Wethe People"WDBO fr
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: Classified .DVICZ r Psychic' Tetdtnts dally KA FRATERNITY PEt LOST In ,1 OHIOYoung coupl want ride.Vicinity r FURNITURE UPHOLSTERY-Refiaishtac. SEPTIC .TANKS State approved.INSTALLED 20 years andcleaned. I I .. JULY 1. 19(1 PAGE 13 r
week 4 bedroom site
circle Tues. 8 p.m. Dickson-Ives lion. of Akron. This piece
:7 Thurs 2:30: dressing room.
Sunp.m.. .... Bacon. Eustis S42.5O. 2 piece living room suite S67 HOME GAS SERVICE- in business. Altermatk Call 6730 or I
..W. Church Rm. Reward. Phone 2-3613. Phone collect George 19. Services Offered : *
12. Rev Cherry office phone 1018. 130. up. Paul'l f'l'alr Shop. Fh. 31168.FURNITURE 7571 for service. ....,,,,..., 1

14. Beauty Parlors i !: RtFItilSHZD: and re- Self service gas unit. new In lock SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED: : everything WELL DRlU.IKG-W. .....la**. Ig f
131 j
BARBER Call Libby
SERVICE I
-9 chairs Small initial coe
S.nUn.I.Ster serve Yea with fast'efficient ready to 17. Hauling and Moving coveied. Look and wear like new Freeman. 711 W. Church. vamped and healed; P. J. ,I man diameter deep walls.2t.. 2"f
serv Burke Permanent rtsidrnt; bondedinsured. well and WUWon
lee. All Union ptecrt. RUM Method please. Run and 3Can install
shop. We clow at 5JO. LUbt I Routs 19. Box 231; 2-*7.. F. T
Wont-Ad Rates Esst Side Barber Shop. 60 1. Church. ACME DELIVERY SERVICE- Mattress Co.. 1122 W. Church: 2-2213. FHA plan. Call or writ f {.
moving and haulm Prompt service French. Lengwood. PIa. Pha 6.
C. R. STEVENS.. Broker I have ANNOUNCEMEHTlira. : Ph. 9240. FURNTrURE: REPAIRED and refinished TRACTOR WORK-Plowing. discing.
and reasonable rates.
and
recovered
t*.it'" as* .., line moved my Real Estate and Insurance like new. Cabinet made to MATTRESSES RENOVATED color-fast, tick-!I dirt movint. landscaping. Largo or SUMMER STORM SEASON is ..*. 3
iWiRimwn chart lie business from 84 N. court Bt. Stripling of the Glamar BeautySslob AERO MAYFLOWER: TRANSIT CO. order. Tindn Furniture Cot :2323 N Comfort in bright first, best of work- small job*. Ph. 91O6 or 7363. here. Fire and Extended Cor..f.
to 307 W. Par 663 N. Orange Ave.. has -Long distance moving. Call Joiner ings. i '- .- est. .
tutMW JOe per line Ave. Phone 2-3554 Oran.. Call 8548. Ross Mattress Co.. 1122 W. | iREKS DEMOS3ED. trimmed. taken on your property give you
added to her staff of operator Hazel Van and Storage service for free manshlp. J. B. Hauah- protection. We represent only t.5
Full insurance.!
DR. C. I down.
Minimum ella... too SAUERBRUN will tx away FLOOR SANDING AND FINISHING Church: 2-2213. ] i
Simmons formerly In business in estimates also local moving storate. I cga/at111-
; ten 523', S. Summerlm. Ph. 9777. and proven old line stock
.{Pm.hl office from June 30th York City. Mrs. Simmon tpeclalises and shipping. 1400 Prompt service. Modern eQuipment I Charci .. ;
New packing crating
29 K.
cooaecBtlve Day I8e DIM August LAWN MOWERS-Hand and powered. Vergewe Atency.
I a day 4th. and wear out : portable power unit. Established TREES PALMS TRIMMED and re-
in hair dying and tinting 8. Division ph. 7988. .
1 consecatlva Day l&o ha a day : 1933. Skilled workman: licensed Repaired and sharpened. Macula moved. Bonded. John Newton. 118 Phone 7833. i 1
HOLDEN HEIGHTS .Joe'a Barber will be clad to assist you in your t5'
Coons Average Words UneJNational Shop. West Kaley and Westmore- beauty problem Phone 7782. ALLIED VAN LDJE3.: JNC.-N.Uoa's your shoes. I' bonded; Insured. Stereo Floor 8ur- I ground and lathed. Hanson-Duseler Irvin Street. Pleas phone 2-1147. ;
Out of (tat*> Hate. land or 21st Street. I' largest movers of household goods. Shop the EasyVay faring Co. Phone 6582. I Co. 2309 N. Orange. Phone 9716. TRACTOR SEBVIC* troves or new 31. Good Things to Eat __

liaal inaenion* JOG per lid LAWN MOWERS Call Fidelity Storage tt Warehouse FLOOR SANDING FlnUhlnc. Specialize OFFICE MACHINES KXPAIRED; -Our ground plowed. Lot leveled. Contractor .
OrapeerlII
cansecntiv Day 2Sc line ground and aerv- FRESH SWRTT. JUIcY
] day Co.. for free estimates on your long
20yrs.
iced. AMMERMAN-20 X. Pine. Mildred byReading Pentra-Seal treatment. service guaranteed. Check with hoc- rater Ph. 2-7283.
Day 20e SatUfactlon: guaranteed.enr I t bushels SOc BuaI>e1. itrlnt
line 100 a
t Coa a day moving. 6-61 W. Jackson .
eIMlnlem Frances Rhoades. BettyCadwelll. distance experience. Modern, equipment Stuart. 13: S. Mala SV.. peons
Speedy Flynn. George KIMFruit
8J8 tThOLSIERLNG:
;3 Unet) ce. Floral Dr.. 3VllO. St. Pbone 2-3184. Classified Prompt -Slip covers. Tour Container. Also Orange
Dorothy Ucented.
Elnora Phillip and Work tnarintted. 8138. IshinK. We call without .renn.j Co. 1401 W. Waahiact a-
Afl WSDVAOS siarl in th* Orlaadrktaroong ROOM. I Clement. All highly efficient with DEEMS DELIVERY Service phone Want-Ads. Br"l e. C. R. Burke. 7851. Artcraft Interior Decorators. .
eentlDel and are printed BOARD. Ivursln; car*. For ,
Sentinel aad **ed. 1-lnvalld. nervon or mental year of experience. Phone 6462. 7673. light moving and hauling. FLOOR Finishing. Specialized FAINT ESTD.IATES-Color .u.n_- C"ntnl.0008 or 22353.UPHOLSTERING 32. Articles for Rent
la both ettoaer on th* aam data.Th The. disorders. 1920 E. Michigan, Ave AMERICAN BEAUTY SALON-44% every load insured; reasonable rate Dial All American Floor Finish Uon Reliable painter recommen and sBp covers
Orlando W. Church. opposite Rialto Thea 712 Floral Dr. I the most durable finish known ded. Hatch. 6001 At Clidden' order. They fit they are SANDER and edger also cabinet
PARKING 4161 made to FLOOR
Want-Ad Department 1* opea erPACks always at front ter. Bonnie formerly with Elisabeth : to science today. Modern dustless Many pattern floor .
and ther.r. sander and poHajy.Wjckoff
tim 830 a... to 6 PJU. dull door of Wilson Leonard' new location Ealon. Welcome her patrons and FULFORD VAN Ac STORAGE CO..- equipment. Wort cuaranteed. Licenced prttty Russ Mattress Co. Kohl. 2-201.
8uaday (roa to 12 .... Save time Complete line of friends. For appointment ph. 6931.; Can handle load or part load to bonded. Prompt seme Bas PLASTER PATCHING by an expert.Home to choose Church from. 2-2213. I IUPBOLSTERlNosoIP s Hdw. 2524
Hardware good 316 8. Orange B'.osom Chicago. Cleveland and New Yore 2-1370. Also minor repairs. Orlando 1122 W. : '
Floor Surfacing Co ph. SANDER Bder said tolrln
for Sunday Paper Saturday CHARLOTTE-KAY FLOOR -
Offered
BEAUTY SALON Services
peadDno 19. dial 9948.
Trail. Ph. 22187. City July 7th. Phone 5286 for tree Maintenance: covers rcfiaishlnr. ..... I
Paint
FURNITURE REBUILT-and All new. Arnold
with opholtcred. *r.
BOOB.a upstairs
Bldg.
McCrory
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SPENCER estimate. 133 N. Main.3fOLLENBERG I I PAINTING-0x12 room, ceiling and We call without eblltation.
SUPPORTS ,
Individually 22786.
. Miss Hilda Monck. Manager. All work BULLDOZER SERVICE Clearing a piece *6S up; LeFever Upholstering 407015. Orange.
v.rU* r ar* requested to lOUr designed. Mrs. walls S12. including! flat obis Low Call Ingram-Broan. 411 W.
.. immediately ot any error In Washington. Phone Warren.2-3506 1202 23085.E. cared for by experienced operators : 'S Local grubbing and grading. Also pan Shop. 2303 X. WashingtonSt. rates exterior Terms If desired: licenced. I 2-0006 or 2-2353. CaIlUel.I. FLOOR SANDER*-New Amerleen :
Uelr ad a* the B.ntlo.l-etar will I or Phone 4014.GENE'S ttorase. crating packing.mOytnr.1 work and palmetto rake. Phone 2- Ph. 24312. __ M. Helfand: 2-4287. BLINDS "8" new edcer. Reasooable net. 1
a. responslbl for only on* ln SWEDISH MAsaAGfc-For arthritis; BEAUTY SHOP-Heat wave agent for Deleher Long 4427 alter 6 p m. i I FLOOR SAWDHJO-rinlshlnc. cleaning PLUMBING REPAIRS-BUI Kinc lor \ENETIAN Slats replaced with aluminum. C. R. Burke IMS & Bumby. 7 M. .
*rrct insertloa.Yon bert.neuritis 1208: slenderising; liiss Gil 85 and up: cold waves our special Moving. 506 Macy St. Dial BUILDING HOMES from $6000 Up. waling. Exclusive agent for prompt guaranteed repairs. Phone Guaranteed not to peel rust or chip. FLOOR SANDSBS-TVK new. TM
'I W. Yale Ave 22918. I,. Call at 204 South Mara Street orphone FHA or G-I. financing. Flor-Co Sealer which guarantees perfect ... ;
Ladles only LONG DISTANCE MOVING AH 5059. Residence. 1729 Grand. For any kind of blinds 2Oe sir edger and two polishers for.
Can Place
Your I 6686. point Packing crating local moving. -I Gardner Real Estate.' 29.S. Court St.. satisfaction to rou who desire Central It. at factory. Refinishing and repairs at reasonable rate Smyth I.-... t
SERVICE West
Want-Ad by Telephone WATCH REPAtRtro Prompt serv I RAY'S UTOPIA BEAUTY SALON- Suddath Mortar A Storage Co. phone 2-44.fl. I I Quality Lasting Floor Estimate. PLUMBING Plumbing it Rearing- Co.. 15 N by' factory trained employ Co.. W. Orange sad Rallmad.TYFEWRTIXR .
ice. AU work guaranteed. C. W. 805 E. Washington ph. 72S. On I 115 W. Columbia. Phone 8154. CLEANING AND PRESSINO Can free. Orlando Floor Surface. Co. j. Orlando Venetian Bund Mlg. Coy }
a-2336. Nlght7535.PADTINGWatSrproofins For B/nt-3y day m
Dial 4161 Roederer, 404 W. Ctrurch. i I Established since 1925. 1809 N. Or- Bryan. Day _
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week only. 18.50 oil wave. 85. I and carry prices will save you i 7836. -maronry 1739 8. Kuril: 8059. month. Office Ewwipawnt K-KheoeTe.
Are.. phone all ;
W. P. Kelly. Registered Surveyor Services Offered money. Bring us your clothes. Superior one ; AN--SLlNDS REPAIRED ;
RAY'S BEAUTY f'AR.LO&-All type 19. \ Smith-Corona agents, 220 S. ME;
8 Church and MaiD Arcade. Phone permanent wave Pre-heat andcold Cleaner 214 Boone St. GENERAL HOUSE CLEANING: "'- surface. Thoro system I Special Summer discount of 5* on'! 8890. i

1'. Baby Sitters-Child Care 113411. wave a specialty. Dial 4222. ADVICE TO BUILDERS--And Supply CABINET AND: MILLWORK to special -I Ice.service.General We apraying.clean ceiling fast .....1lI..ork.ne.t Porches., Insured.doors N.windows J. Barnes.screenedBonded. 745.2 I an refmish re-tape reslate work. i TYPEWRITER RENTALS -- ___ F
35 East: Pine. One place only. quotations. See Mr. Igou at Mill I order. Central Florida Lumber Orlando Venetian Blind Mlg. Co.
1%. Lost I wood work furniture floors. Housekeeping PAINTING-To preserve that new monthly and quarterly rate See
and Found and Nebr ska. Mill and Nebraska. 1739 Kuhl Ave.: 8059.
&ABT AND CHILD care. By day. PERMANENTS-Machine or machine- Co. I made easy for the best call look. let us Paint for you now. with George Stuart. 13 S. Mala A.
week or hour. In my home. Excellent I less 86 up; pnon 9864 Jewel ALLIS CHALMERS SERVICE and CONCRETE 6&JtVICE-Floora. roofs.driveway 2-3245. I Stanley P. Curtis. Bonded Contractor. IUETIAN'( BLINDS-Made like new. phone 1158.
provided. 103 L Harvard BRIEF: CASE LOST containing valuable Charm Salon 506 W. Amelia. and units. walk The Best service Call
ear : I part: tractor power '*, steps and Lowest prices. PIIII& '
23930. SfltVTCT
1-319A.. papers. Reward. Writ Box Farm and Home Machinery Co. 40 best in engineering workmanshipand ROME SERVICE General repair I Aoams. Ph. 9558. 919 W. Central. Or- I TOOL RENTAL -
88 8star.DOG I 2-2713. For New construction. Windows screen ROOFING-Free estimates. 3 years sprayers; gkU-gmws:
15. Schools and Instruction W. Robinson: phone material. Free estimates. lando. Pia.WASHING
CHILD CARE-2 dears an. By day I and caulking service. Licensed and to pay. Work guaranteed. Roll power mowers; fleecing
FOUND--For Information re- work of all kind call 6780
AWNINGS. Porch curtains. Venetian concrete I II MACHINE REPAIRS: ...... Tool I/O
9522. and Tonne's
or week. Good horn, best refer- bonded.' Powswell. Phone shingle or built up and asbestos
sardine dog who Jumped from Buchanan Concrete Co.
2-0028. car ACCOUNTING Entineerin High blinds, glider coverings. Pull line of or 953O. Service on all makes all work W. Washington.. 8434.
mes. Phone Sunday on E. Baler Ave.. phone School. International Correspondence material. Phone 9826. Florida AwningCo. CLAY ROAOS BUILT-Also lime rock I HOUSES WASHED with steam. siding. Smith A Sons: 4688. I ruaranteed. Al Wiggins. 2014 C.

CHILDREN[ JOA1U)1D-AlI!: :. eared 8585. School Veteran approved. L. .. 432 S. Rughey. I paving with surface treatment. Harmlens to paint> and flowers. RADIO INTERCOMMUNICATION. Kaley Ave.. phone 6247. 33. Article fer Sale
for by bosh day or week. Supervised DOG LOST-Cocaer Spaniel, buff O. Rowe. P.O. Box 2974. ph. 9282. ACETYLENE and electric welding: Work guaranteed. Bumby & Stintp- Steam' House Washing Co. Ph. Installation and repairs. Also re- WELL DRILINO-We equippedto
Play at all times. Well balanced red. male faint white spot on fore- HIOH SCHOOL Inc. Phone 5437. 2-3625. pairs on aU home and car radios.Fuller I dV.
Complete .
your high machine work on pumps saw mill son drill shallow and wells. Any APPLIANCES CaMweO and /..
t 776 8. Pennsylvania A.... Win- head.. Answers to name Bull. Reward.Call school HOMES CLEANED and repaired Inside Bros.. 114-B Park Ave.. S. .
at home
f out In spare time with and road construction machinery; CONCRETE FLOORS Drtve-ways. 619. sue up to 8 inch Bo water no pay.Nothing 2213 Edcewater Drive tilirtceie
Winter Park: ph.
Mr Park. 278. 8092. American School. Texts furnished. aluminum and brass casting. McKla- steps. flststoner. Reasonable.Thirty . and out. Licensed and bond- >; do.36 month to pay.Belmaay 2.1r72.APPLIANCBahr.
jilF ANT AND BABY CARE-By th.weak. DOG LOST-3V.. month old lemon No elapses. Diploma. Free book I.&. ney Machine "'on.. 131 W. Kaley. years in business. Free estl- ed. Gale. phone 2-2O37. Well Drilbnt and Pump Immediate ... -
Excellent diet. Me home. white female pointer. Vicinity of Write American, School. Dept. O. C.. APPLIANCES REPAIRED: Fans.| mates. C. N. Nidy. Winter Park 469. HOOVER VACUUM CLEANER Serv ROOF LEAKS REPAIRED; Prompt Supply Rout 3. Winter Garden Electric iiiailamlelse.
Phone 2-3935. Lockhart: Thursday a m. Ph. 112". I P.O. Bo* 690. Tampa. toaster iron and lamp Ph. 5186. CONCRETE: WORK: driveways: step ice. Bumby Hardware Co., 102 W. .service 2.2223.RZFR2OERATION. Road. Orlando. Fta. Ph. 7087. I ery.. Fans oscillating ranges end tain.

KEY RING LOST-Containing large PIANO LESSONS-Beam or continu Johnson' Electric Co.. 23 E. Church. walks. floors septic tanks; licensed I Church: anone> 6104. WASHI.-Q ; A hnm-REPAms=AH I .- Fans attic. 30. 38. 41 and .*.**,
1L: Special NoUces box of keys and miniature automobile your study. Jennie Su* Duaaagan. ALARM CLOCKS REPAIRED Any bonded: Southern States Floor I HUGHEY'S HOME REPAIRS-Prom SERVICE Commercial makes. Maytag official: service. St. Charles sink*. 4-in. BaveTMg
license plate 7D1800. Vicinity I call 2-0077. kind of clock or electric equip Co.. 8714 or 2-2206 for estimates. I front to back from roof to -cellar and household repairs. Barton' next U> Colony Theater coolers, and 6 n. Home fne*.g k
ALLEirS PUNCH AND JUDY show Lake Ivanhoe bridge. Phone 6589. REAL ESTATE LAW and practice. meo&. We fix everything. Barker Re- CONCRETE; FLOORS etc.: We form. Including heating and ventilating. Good work, charges reasonable.9752.Ferguson Winter Park 93. S and :cw. ft. Ironer. Ana sad
Service. Ph.
for children' parties. Dial 2-0102. WILL THE )PERSON flndint a large Preparation for Broker and Sale pair Shop. 48 W. Central. Ph. 7696> pour and finish concrete floors All work guaranteed. can 5028. Refrigeration ASHING MACHINES REPAIREDAll Gladtron. Water eootm. lefrios-
A. B. McCALL la not paying Mrs., A! white sipper purze lost at Lake man. Home study courses now avall- APPLIANCE SERVICE:-Ranges. fans drivewsys walks and step For HOUSES WASHED: Screen and ,.RUGS UPHOLSTERY CLEANED. raakea. 24 hr. cervices and tors. ao S3 and 42 ... ft. Wsbaphesttrp
.. UcCalTa debt any longer. A. B. Conway Tuesday June 24: (keys and able. Major Crank. 139 E. Pine; 6566. washers, radio All appliances price estimate call 2-0256. Dunham I window Look Ute paint lobs. Expert workmanship fast service pick UP service. Caldwell and Ear eisctrlc. 8. 30 40 and If
papers only valuable to Free estimates: work guaranteed.Call Guaranteed mothproofing service Ph. I gals. Westinghouse sun lamps. Proo
MKTsll. owner; com- Adapting oil lamps to electric a Concrete Co. rls. 2213 Edtewater Dr. College Park
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22990. Kleenire Co. of Orlando. tor roasters pressure cookers eeoeat.
has sentimental i 16. 632S.
pact value S?n.;ito Travel Information specialty. Pick up service. Caldwelland DRY CLEANING W* employ only Autrey. I 3-1972. i II atecL ;
nugwe
ATTENTION BROIC.ER8-MJ' makers. stainless au
property owner in care of Officer's Club. Barris. 2213 Edewatr: Dr. College skilled experienced help: and LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED. sharpened RUGS AND-tTPBOLSn-RY-cluned: SUMMER STORM season U now
at 1405 W. Princeton baa I city and bottled tea water heato
from tha market. Mr.nwithorawa Orlando Air base. Reward and no BEAVER DAM. KY. or vicinity. Can Park phone 21972. modern machinery. Try us. MacDuff : 24 hour service. Atomic Machine In your own home. Approved here. Fire and Extended Coverageon 20 and 30 gab. bottled and city 8s. i i
J. T. Hu... Question. asked. I take 3. Leaving Wed. morning. CONTRACT BUILDING of new Cleaners. 204 Ridvewood. corner & Welding Shop. 1166 Grant I methods. Moth proofing. Prices' re- I I your' property gives you Complete Walter J. WUcox. Inc. 01 X. ......
WALLET LOST Saturday night, containing Call 4006 Mon. or Tue.. Mr. Richard.- home and repairs to homes and Rosalind. Phone 2-1060. Ave.. Winter Park. duced.- Dixie Rug Cleaner Ph. 7e!!. Protection. We represent only Test son. Founded 1938.Continued I i
AMANDA BRADP'ORn-hcblc read- valuable papers. Reward. I: HAVANA and -Nassau by boat or bulldinc of any kind. Repair fin- ELECTRICAL REPAIRING and house' I' LOTS CLEARE1 Prompt service. I SLIP COVERS-Free estimates. By and Proven Old Lice Stock Com
Columbia tag; circle Aces 2JO phone TIoI... 561 West Contact 219 E. Copeland Dr., orpbone I I pl*.e. Call Orlando Travel Service anced. See T. P. Fullard. 39 K. Amelia wiring. Call 4514. Miller Willis Free estimates any time. 116'Irria. expert tailor. Fast delivery. Dial I(I panies. Versowe A-rncy. 29 E. [ On Next Pace j t
22331. 4353.
118 E. Central: dial 9504. ; phone 2-4032. Electrical Contractor. phone 2-1147. JohnsNewton.. 8829. Church St.. Phone 7833. .



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: ELECTRIC water nearly forc.l. 'ORANGE AVE.. 473 8.-Large I CONWAY SECTION-5-room home on EAST SIDE-Close' in. 5-room LAKE ADAQt-3-bawN ssonretiSleek.
PAGE 14 TUBS JULY 1. 1947 Pes Br ROBERT QUILLEN By CLAUDE CALLAN To
new. PtFes corner Dav- PRSt cx I fully furnished. 4 .ldo... t.Ut/I/ large lot with Income from cot..eID furnished homes walking ILlgse. tilt tMtfc. screen

isson 8t- 16.Lake Fairvlew. I-piec drop .aL & bath. In lovely home ve I rear. $5950 with terms. R distance of Lake Eola. $7500 eacn. I poreh. garaw. VssW0.aa kMstt*. awnIng -

[Cent.; From Preceding Face] pie bre.ka' at. 332 W. Church: Breakfast_privilege 11 room. ;. Kay Anderson. Broker, 375 N. with liberal terms. F. A. Allison, *, tstnrtgittgm. taatfecaped. 1221
ELECTRIC FANS-Several type at Ecnom 37 W. Washington. I Norwood Tw*. blocks fran Lake
Kelvinator DpL.Bumby Hardware. 9217. I II WALL ST.. 1SS E. Exceptionallylarge ante: 623.COlE -i-- R..ltr. Adalr $10.790 W. 100 O.I. Leon.

33. Articles for Sale 102 W. KA good selection. rooms with or without Private living I EDGE WATER WOR- bro $275.0 00 cash for civilian Open for

IRONS-Automatic con P and up. Knox bath. Summerrates.WASHINGTON PARK--2-bedroom. and glassed .lepinC prc inspection field office. Mercedes
ARMT CHAPEL ORGAN wit 75 I ECC Proctor. Stores Qa.lt E. Pine. Phone 2-3163. rom room bath. kten!, living room with .. floor Avenue ttajjel CwaMntctlOB Co.
I tol tnnra S.mn C. : ST. 614 E.-Innersprings porch attached .
good
Hymn 102 W. .r'le. Large lot with Phone 4O73-8383.
bk 16 Fod1 cb throu"out
S3.85: ; )H.rd..r. Cuh. hot water: $7 single. Excellent floor furnace. Completely I citrus treea.

20e lb.:. leather $ Jackets, '$ .&. I ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR. 6 Kel business gentleman. 2"J. furnished. A very livable home and furnished including Cmplewl LANCASTER SECTION-Let me show

Morgan's f E. Church. vinator. good cndt ga range PUMPS, tVtfPS. PUMPS WOODRUFF clean inside and cut. Harlow G. I lag machine. Good SpnD ..ndnelchborbo. you this delightful 2-bedroom corner -

: oil heater, I r. drop- AgneS SREE. 70Nm Fredrick. 118 N. Orange; Dial 3188. $8850. $4000 property. Gorgeous lake view.
ASBESTOS SIDING wbt and roof leaf tabler ca bed. Ipra Bee the latest la shallow weU pumps. are Stre. . "Ifs creat in Orlando. Huckel-'N..I. mon Abundant shrubs. To leak at this
Get mattress The and Myer engineeringmarveL M..1 t 1y. Robinson 2-3753.R.lt E_ house Is a* good
a1I. metl cmer k ce' d.wer 16 E Rbbin I a* a vacation la the
It .. Concord. in .tok. Dealer $8.50 A WEEK-For couple. Very country Garage with
J1 w.nte. Libby tem.D Freeman '1 comfortable room In private home' CLOSE IN Splendid 3-bedroom bun- EAST SIDE-Convenient to Colonial- Tile bath and dralaa. maid's room.

SHINGLES &ua W. On bus line. C.1 2-0938. : salon, very nicely and fully furnisbed. town an especially Price 510.000with
ABET FURNITURE. USED-Dinette table. I .hops .ubt.n $4300 in cash. Saamio Fran
Bate. Emma St Phn Winter Garage. I tial block house with lovely .
oak. $19.95; kitchen chair 1 SOCAEAVE. P.rk- Lndlc.pe. 11.50'1 cisco. Realtor; room 4 Central Arcade
7830. each cypress lawn table $4.93 private Terms, C.vn.lcb. Re.Ion. j 2 bedrooms large sleeping porch dining : 74O7.

"QUSEtt and art pieces. I blond high $6.93 Mahogany outside house showers; snl1 or double. Low Summer cOt.LEGEPARK-Near business section | room lyle room and lot fronting
char
Ra. pat. Beery: 1-a dresser. 11.95. W.ter of Orlndo. PA-Pint Ird. paint r. and schooL Recently built on A really ex.llent LAKE FRONT Beautiful 4-bedroom

gruder 56 14.5 c.l 10.1 ytiic ot $7 week me 3-bedroom home. Steel value 11. tastefully fur bungalow. Large wen landscaped
.ae. Arnold I a
E no I.JmeDt PaL RM. i ::1c'r; lot with ideal sand beach.
c1 nished.
AIR CONDITIONERS-From roomconditioners ; 2-3786. have riding horse bath. 73 ft. lot. Large : R.lt. Jut outside -
t large tnsanUon. Slole. and orange Juice f..for ou guest ; Lovely shade tree. Owtoer has -. 109 E. Pine. city but. has all city conveniences. -
:
Free estimates. From 1401 West Washincton. eepted Job in North and r.duc.I Will give tent ar trade forI
$40. .. ST.-2 block t. Princeton -
Electric356 Orange. to To ELIZABETH I I smaller home In trade Whit Brog.,
I price 12900. inspect r
Pbon-enera 892.AUOMA'C. r-E SALE PLUMBING FUTURES I' ROM AND men.BOARD Close-In.For Telephone couple or !I.I"lle i i F, Brass Realty Co., 19 H. :i ,I' home. schooL Fenced in 3-bedroom landscaped frame yard. Brokers. 824 N. Milta. 2-168.


.WATER 30 BET-. Warehouse item: ce.rancHudr of I I All types and style B.t tubs lava What's the matter with My brother Tom's wifedon't 1 Aye. Phone 2.3153. I Large rooms. 2 screened porches; MATTLAWD-WINTEK New bouse Lara screened PARK LINE poseS-,

.'MerC.nc* Limited ad quantity, but tes porch patio electric . di.. torle.' water eot .>..t. white cop our inventors? We'l never like me an' she enjoys -! 47-1. Rental Agencies COLLEGE PARK Excellent Iocs- I ventilating this. Call fan.Ben BargaIn F. Field at.lh 11.H automatic hot water beater Butane

installation. Convenientterms. boxes miscellaneous. Reductions up a.t clore C' lIon 6 rooms; (includes 2 bedrooms i i Se. : 672 N. cas. hardwood floor Let. Svxl$3 ft

Willsrd te Keiser. Vogue ,I to 50%. Myrick Furniture W.r per pip. ftUnu.. 36 to stop traffic jams whie it insultin' me, so it's a 1 I LANDLORDS win supply you and den). completely furnished i Bland. R.ltr. Ornae. Only $4250. term A. C. Golden
heater Block. SI36. house 358 State St. 1 block west fUI. mont W I I : includes china table and Bdl. 2-51. Broker. 1121 N. Orlando Ave., (near
and Freeman desirable tenants free of charge
I !'la LbbJ 71 takes 30 feet o' space fora waste of time for me to go EAST to high Maitland underpass'
ATTIC from 30 of Orange, between Robinson and I : and obligation. Just phone your kitchen ware Venetian blinds. On < 5IEs acho winter Park

4 in.FANSAU I survey t Livingston. Phone 2-26. vehicle to haul one per to her house. She just i' vacancy. Gardner Real .t: large lot attached garage. See <:, B.Utful. fan. floor home fie. : MAITLAND bedroom tile bungaI -

of complete installation at CF. 29 8. Court St. Phone Monorty with .Joe d. ):en Realtor completely f rnisned. -I low real Ul. floor bncacway. attached

u eSt.t Terms up to 36 months. son. makes me feel at home. phone 8881. J Jj screened. prches and garage i garage kitchen equipment in- _
10 c I '
Keiser. Vogue Theater FLOOR rubber. 50 WzEREAL3n furnished. 514.500. eluded, facing; south on nicely land1 -
RUNNE. also
Block. Colon laltown: dial 5136. sq. t lentb. PITCHER 33. Articles for Sale t 41. Poultry and Supplies South Court Stree. i iI |j 1 CONWAY SECTION-Stucco 5 roms j Shown apartment by appointment only. Hampton.1 scaped plot 250x200. on Sandcpur
Lumber POI Road.
.IUON3NG Co.. N. Or.nl. ad Rail I I ; bath, cottage same tt. Broker. 531 N Orange. 5013. 3 block north of alattUnd

From room cooler up A c. road. them and many other shallow Jlz In Store.U. |!I come $20 month. 5.95 .u Post Office at. J Mo**, Broker. 132
W. have WASHING MACHINE-Apt BABY CtICKS-Tu'cedo Feed 48. Hotel Rooms III 2-bedroom construe-
I I Terms. 1178 Carlton EAST- pre..r |! S. Main: phone 6977.
commercial tL.Uon. Orlando FILING CAlES Steel. Shaw- and deep well Jet pump.Not i I For I. S. approved PuUorlum tested. :: Most city convenience No

5.le& 5n 6S Oce; 2I I e: vee 4-drawer lug down 36 month : .o 2-719 Cndlton Iorm.ton 906 W. Church phone 2-282 or HUGHEY ST., 432 i 8.-Hotel c:I|I CONWAY SECTION-New home. 2. tion.. Stakeoffer. 2628 E. Jefferson. j jtaxes. .! NORTH SIDE-Yen can Semis 2

I her: green. ; size wtih- I and Freeman. 711 W. Church. iI |i 7336. II ton. Rooms priced at $6 and bedroom bungalow Price. 15.I bedroom new home for $8.400. See
ARMY LOCKERS-Large and small; $45.75: 16.5: I WATER BOTTLES-Round and fl.t.25e : weekly. !I W. K. Price. Rea Estate 246 \ HOLE: HEIGHTS Very .tr.cye it at once. Walter W. Rose .Invest

home or office and shower bath size without lok. $55 and 35c. Knox Stores Co.. 2 N.H" REDS CHICKS for i.le. 2V I ante Ave. 6385. i 2-bedroom bent Co 49 N. draate Ave. Or win

128O 20th Bt.ACRIONa 1 lock. $65.73. Check with George I buy aee the E. Pine. Phone 2-3163. weeks old: reduced Summe price.Lk LAKE LOLA HOTEL-Summer r.tea' CLOSE IN-2 east of galow. Attached garage. Distinctivesetting Manor office 3386 K. Oraa e Ave
rbnet. PdeeD'& Stuart 1 S. Main St.. phone 8158.: I GoulaTBalanced- Flow" tanklet O The Wood Chik .. 4 I cow prey.u Complete hotel service i I Ave. blob in Or.n. on very sp.clou IrOna. inmy. .
bass. Ivory like Dining all ; con
I wtn *
north of me.l 2.193. opinion this week
FANS Free demonstration in automatic. mtu ".It.nd 1'.9. rom opl
e'* yourown jet water systems. Fully diton Large corner lot. Excellent Realtor;; 24745.KALEYSECfIO2bedrooms.. NORTH SECTION At Dwbsdread

Loan Office. 27 W. Church. i home of window e.uL t.n Cohon Mannery Co. 138 W. South. WELDING SUPPLIES TURKEYS-SOc lb. Hatching eggs. 48-1. Beach Rentals ;i. oP Call Joe : I: Don DdleJ. furnirited. j I 5-rooaa bancalow. practically new
Free estimate en stUn com I j i ICOCOA with meR Kay Anderson, i
f.1 20c. SOc. Fairvllla PoultryFarm _ i Vacant. For immediate sale. $4,000
irrigailOli. :
Induai
AQDELLA- -Taint C. m.ke Wefcmv all Det1 Inlted Modern Appliance I PUMP typ; Florida Pipe te I 200 Amp portable welding outfits : Poult RENTALS Hotel ,, 375 . ; 6823. _ _ I Block. $495O. Cbrismao.| cash: or you finance it. Can W. B.
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..n aua .tlrof. I ICo nie: 22514.FAM Supply dom.ltC.. Church; Ph. 6118. Complete welding supplies In stock. I 41.1 592.I I rooms BEACH for 2 at $25 per week. Enropeaa CLGE-PAR SECTION-6-room Real._ Estate t.kph. 2-16. |!. Bridges with J. O. Myen. Realtor.
Sm7t Lb of Lincoln machInes tender weights i
Distributor :
eor. -12-inch oscillating special .eldln. TKEYSYoun !. with 3 lots. Mod- or 8881.
N. Orange "UNITS Continental engine I r plan. 2-b droora
POWER and H. R. PoulU and eggs. C furl Winter
1992.
AVE. -
Other $4.93 up. Fair Store.
I ro. ,, era construction. Hardwood floors
ANTIQUE and modern piece at auc 10 11.15. for agricultural and industrial in- Supplies. Beach St. Daytona D. Wilder Jr. Turkey Farms: 6913. !i collates. 1 block from KEC. built 5-rooo borne
Thursday night7:13 Cunh stallations. Florida Pipe & SupplFCo. 81. 2220. I I week or $130 mo. Call or write Paul throughout Tile bath. Close to conveniences. <: NORTH SIDE-New fraae: 2 bed-

every R FRR SPECIALS Chest .. 630 W. Church St. Phone 6118.PIPEPortable B.ch Ph 'I Ocean Lodge. ,. Price, 1750 with $1200 with 2-bedrooms and sleeping p.i I rooms: built in tub with shower,
p.m. CODlcent elct dr.we blonde oak. o I I 45. Apartments for Rent ; cash. Mr. Herman Nicely shaded lot 111 p.l tea plenty closet Mce. Lot 100x135.
and slip 6WbN.
Sodero. Aartlner.. Dmll.AaeU oalon.1 Amer- lock Joint I 49. Business Rentals :1 Goodwin c.B Broker; orange; i b.rlnl fruit trees l.rdD $1300 cash needed. Owner, Silt
Sale Co.. cb.1 E.rI and farm Irriga city
73 Cunb 2-15. joint for grove AMELIA AVE.. 28 E.-Small apart 9855. The
.
maple I Complete tock i pl. aUe' I P.ve.
: Thermometer t l.n rokt.U t.bl. Florida Supply Co.. 630 WATER SYSTEMS- I Man preferable. closein .F. NORTHWEST SECTION-Well built
BAROMETERS: ment. Very and .
ell Pip I A Home I bua blk .
CoD for farm Farm ClEAR Modern
dlshe. rane. II ,i or hoe. OFFICE SPACE for rent-i-room. LAKE SECTION- \ 4 masonry bungalow with steel casement
$10 to $15. ; _ _ grocery
sixes. Flori. Bus I Junior mahogany finish 118. 1 Machinery Co.. 430W. Robinson Ave. Roper drg-llndl .tor.
A .at. Available July 1st. Excellent loca- tage. $250. $1000 rah. redecorate Inside and oak floor 3 bedrooms tile
390 I will
Equipment. fir ma blocks.
Or.ne Phyfe dining room suite. 6 PLYWOOD m.hoe'1 or COPELAND DR. 110 I tlon. Phone 991.'SPACE5tAL. i Realty. and M.I: 2.343. O.nr en beforehand bath screened perch and garage Wi!
10 week but
Phone 5454. Folding boat. I WASHING MACHINES 2 rebuilt I W.tnunh and out next
chan.enln Frtvr bch'ne. rDe. pl"o ed apartment ofI I COLONIALTOWN home and in- < w 1 located lot. 75x133 with paved street
: I l like Maytag and Easy col rom. i for j for $6750. *
TILE in Rust-Proof Per- .. Mills : new. Dtor' b
: BTM Bne ad 1 f. ad 1 Guaranteed for 1 year. Caldwell and bedroom. Or.nl Memorial I I II come. furnished frame vacant. We have the key sod sidewalks. OB bus line convenient
towl -r .
Low free cro.
cost 'I fee. m.1
PURN1TURE-Uying room bdr. PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEMW.so.mplle. Service. 2213 Edge- area. 4864. j ji !I bungalow. g'p in rear. to show. Harlow G. Fredrick. 118 NOrange. <, to stores and school. Only $13.500.
I
of Central FloeIda. 113 volts. HarI Repat ,
I : .IUr' breakfast table chair lims. Model M.-1. water I Price with Herman dial 8188. I Prompt possession. Hex-McOUl. Real.
N. : dial 6546. I piece 1121 N. Mills. Cd .mc mie. 22D. I CLOSE.IN-3-room nicely tarnished. i STORE ROOM'-Street floor. Located $470.. Broler. 677 N. Orange; "If great to live in Orlando." I I tor. :*._128 tt. Orame. Phone 4147.
BAH. 25 I I Choice Adults 'nly.j at 603 East Washington St. I
BICYCLES-Two. Victory.-boy'* and ,I FLUORESCENT FIXTURES lite. University .p.ter. I COME TO THE STORE next to Post nelahbrho.. j.9855. 1l i ii i NORTH Near RoHfas Ave. 3-room
arri's. Laurel Street. Phone i watts. Reason Office Maitland. for most everything j Phone i SINGLE OFFICE room and storage j l I frame bungalow. .In
a 14-15-20 watt each. : I COLONIALTOWN Spic-and-span. banealow. andy condi-
8439. Fair Stor. 1O W.Spl.1 1. able. 100 S.. Westmoreland. Drive. I new and used. Cin.. cok" CHURCH STREET. 319 E. roms. room. $25 per month. WilburStrickland. | furnished complete! 2 bedrooms. 2 KING ST.-Nel. 2 baths Orlc.. Large apartment.2car i' tlon. Ready to move Into. Price $3200.
Cuch II
21639.PLYWOODWaterPrOOf -
; BASS VIOL--Kay Botticelli Phone linene. silverware Broke 23 W. Church; 1 screened etr easy terms or cash. C. R.
Sr. I furnished. Suitable for or porches. $3SOO cash II j jt Emerak.
\ FURNITURE New
I and Pay
1875. earace.
use fir availablein antiques electrical and auto I I 6675. j frt. l.d. $8. Realtor. 61O N
I bow and r.s. Phone cash and save 10 centon : adults. I t balance r Realty.CITY j Loren Dunn. . Orange _7348I
; t 3.tnx 4 16 ft.. 5 x 14 and plies baby mulc.1 I office buildj j I
'16. your puch.se. B.s Furniture I struments, crnaus. SINGLE OFFICE In new I I Church and Main: 2-3433. | 2-1269. __ I I NORTH-$3.000 cash gIves you pos-
Castle tt Construc- GRAND AVE., 1321-Large attractive
Pine
3 16. No lease
1 ing. Parking reQuired. -
space.
I
FIXTURES Built 1 B.t seuloa of this
BATROOM la Co- 625 St. Phone | LIMITS-Nlceiy furnished 2- new uB-furniahed.
I Cbulh 582. Co.. pHone GET YOUR SELECT and red 1 I!I front bedroom with kitch- Immediate possession. $60 I i KALEY SCHOOL SECTION roosn
2-246. Pry.t I fire
ironing board and telephone cabi ton .bt I II bedroom termite and dry rot
home. With kitchen
electric fratt proof home
GAGE DOORS Ovrhe.d type. oak flooring while availableat ,| Debt,. N.a Holden lne. per month. R. E. Carman, CarrlgaaBldg. I II furnished frame, 2 lota. 4O
Lumber N. Corner lot 100x175 2
lt St Co. Orange Marked : $1500 cash balance like rentKing i tree* 10 shad trees water heater. I I I on paved streets
meta d01n Mills and Nebraska._ _ _ I 672 M- Orange: 2-4551. Extra large living
Mill and JEFFERSON COURT HOTEL and2room ; Real Estate. 30 E. Church Terms. Ph. 9426 3 to 11:30 P m. room with large
Ue bu PUMPS. WELLS. WATER SYSTEMS HOUSE PLANS build- WAREHOUSE SPACE-For sale or 8435. picture window dinette,
4 EATH ROOM ACCESSORIES-Towel i FOR YOUR 1 I .p.rtment available. Sum- "Open Sunday. I :| modern
i I 10.000 ft. Ideal for small LAKE FRONT-Beautiful 4-bedroom kitchen ball tile floor
| ing and advice see Mills mer rates.Liolit. lease. bath a ad
holder
ba. soap dl paper GAS RGE"GI.nd." white por Complete. No down payment. 36 r and fn.ncfe. ', Industrial tScl mill work plant I Ii It bungalow. Large well landscaped I I I shower. 2 bedrooms with large closet
chrome bHJak"
ete : size now months to pay. William Oakley. 59 I I : APARTMENTS MorF Located Fairbanks between CLNILTOW Very attractive lot with ideal sand beach. Just outside }I mortgage .
Knox Store Co. 25 K available fl Se.d.r 102 Blvd.. Winter Park. 1 and erA e ;'t large bedrooms. city but. has all city conveniences. I iSF S ff- 57.505&
2-b- ,
Garland Louis. E. I'iWm."I : month
BubF H.rd1.r. N ; I Orlando and Park. fnlC Frank ,
632.PUMPF.lb.n. 34. Articles Wanted living II j
PhO Janitor room, kitchen jI .
Pn. 2-36. W. Church. 'I room ap.rtment. arlc. GabeL 19 Bldg. Will sell on terms or accept iReaUor. 307 Metc.lf Building. Pbeo.I .
... o.ne. RIU.nd and nice ', /
; .BARB AND WOVEN WIRE fenclnc. I II water Year or I screened porch oak floors small home m trade. White Bros., 1
Also Ameo Feed GARAGE DOOR OPEEAuom.- : AXES-Furniture of aU kinds: sewinc Summer rentaL Adult only. Winter i Phone 8383. attached garage good o and i iT Broker. 824 N Mill: 2-1688. |I
Store. fence atple. Phone Uc You open eoe ca shallow well. Also machines anything you have to Pak 9161. i WANTED TO or lease-2. large 1 1I one of the Wettiest yards ,have i j NORTHEAST SECTION 3 bedroom

4' .0663.BOAT. 30 \VL dor without tuchlnl Brla Jt Stratton motor. I sell. Sewell-Thurmond Frntue Co.. PINE ST., 310 5.-I-room furnIshedapartment. I I light rooms. Er floor; close in: ever seen with a lovely terr.e. This i built 1 frame bungalow, hardwood floor,
them. display at LAKE FRONT Designed and
our ad. hone 40R12.IINOWI 72 W. Ine St. Dial 1 f $3O month. near lake: for art studio will go quickly at J10.5OO with easyterms. large lot with plenty fruit. Close to
-K ft. Inboard H. P.BriegsStretton Smyth Lumber Co. N. Orange and I per for one who demand and can bus. HiUcrest
upru School
and gallery. Ask for Zelma Benson with and Colonial
r 4k Co. new china diamonds and Bx 8ta.I
Railroad. aplet SEAPLANE""BASE afford the best in living- In fine
A' OBE. RAYMOND -Furnished
mtr. month shopping center
i Martie Realtor 21 W S97SO terms. Jones
old. gacrifice included. Term : wanted at once. Wlhams. sailing ,
lake for
. 1 surroundings or
on
wi 12.C 57. GAS Price $13 I near lake. very Wanted to Rent 8106. with M. J lioas Broker. 132 S. Main,
he.ter 736 .p.rmenL 50.
RNGI Joseph Halley We will pay highest prices or you
BOAT-outboard motor and baiter. Annue.GEET&IIG2Q.olt .led. A.snol.Av. !I cool. G... l&bt water furnished. I j ji iI I se !I fishing. Rambling, masonry bungalow phone 677.NORTHEAST.
22090.RADIol3tub. for auction
ech ph. I consign to our
I can ug Call tiled roof. 2 fine bedrooms, 2
1801 Kuhl 2 double
Avenue.
116. Portable Silvertone; punch'I ule held every Tund. nlebt i bdl. 2-80. i I APARTMENT OR HOtSEtnfur-j j I COLLEGE PARK-Modern 2'bedroom.I' baths one tiled one Carrara glass. SECTION-Jut outside

BOAT-l.0 completely coD cndton Phone Excellent condition. 2- 1:6 Dmc Auclon S.le SOUTH OCEOL Upper Dplex I nuhed. ; prm.nent ral-I sleeping porch. living room with mahogany paneled den are some of I, city limIts 2 bedroom frame bun
S 7191 or 388 N. buttn d.L Co. Five lau | dents: no children Call fireplace oak floors galow.-asbestos ,
1b aD e.5 fole o.nle $ Blvd.REFRIGERATOR.ElectrlC I I ). pb j ; electric tlth.n:; Its features. Shown by appointment. siding attached gar-
Il nished. Lease desired. M. Ver- j
vse. Mill BEATERS-OD used CONCRETE BLOCK MACHINE I 2-4817 or 5566. |i I cule. laundry room. Jt'' Robert S. Haey with Robert R. Tyre. ace floor beater. $8000. $1600
lurlc. A a. 29 E. Church St..
BEDROOM SUITE Complete. 2 piece ll $73 up. Appl.nc good condition. Guaranteed. 1 Handoperated. 8x8x16. New or !I gowe. Realtor !: AP.-Pem..ent well established living room site; platform rocker N. Orange Ave. ladden's.. 223 Magnolia Ave. slightly used. Description price.I T. Phone 7833. j vtern wife need unfurnished -': $8950 terms. King Real' Estate 30 J' I 112 8 Main: phone .77.

$15. Ga r.ne other article B.1 L He.r. P. O. Box 2151. Orlando. I I I I 5UlURBA"-Duplex.. new. modern. I I nt. No children. 1 Church. 6435. "Open_Sunday. j I LAKE FRONT Nearly new wnlU I NORTHEAST SECTION tii"a

er. 1329 Etet: HOIST booms-. 2 hand oprte DIAMONDS watches jewelry old rom.. .creene. porches. I Phone 2-0222 or 7244. | CONWAY SECTION-On highway; I frame house. Llfetfcne roof. Completely real bay in the median priced

BICYCLE 'BZ UOTR .mce.-complete with cold Highest cash price. M. 1. i Completely Apts. tUlUe. P.ld. I BEAUTY SHOP-One of downtown ]I I unfinished block construction. I It :. furnished; nice electric. bracket Five room frame. 2 car gar-
your le. It r'l1 and lower and ca be Jeweler. 32 W. Church. K..LI C.1 Ln..O. I I Orlando's most modern. Well euiD t Heavy duty wiring:; 6 huge rooms I kitchen: ; refrigerator. Venetian age. evBdrtion O. K. Priced at only

delivery. me Ue b- '' Hoe.$193. Holler Chero SALE FURNITURE. WANTED! Good and WINTER PAK-2- drom .p.r' ped. 5 cubicles. AU i bath porch: acres good clearedland. I blinds laundry tuba. Attached ..- : $4.790. MM* be financed by purchaser

: ccle .bee pa. Rid let. 113 Centa RADIO bad. Any Cochran'g Furniture I ment. r Park supplies included. Low 5-year lease. I $ ::50HI {onwRI : for town I II I: . 75x241 ft. lot. 65 ft. in lake. U Interested see Mr. Mania
for quantity. sale. Immediatepossession. 1 r Weir B. at once O. P. Swope. Pin
a of used in call 2-093 or 22367. furnished. Priced for Quick : 150 E. $9000. term System 628 60 East
penny. Whlzzer Motor Sale*. 609 24.Orange now We have .a lumber rdlol. 5A APA6ENT. 10.I Chenault & Jennings Inc.. I Robinson: 7632. I Ij | Pine: 4841 Street: after ,cfflee hour call 5O76.
HOM FESKelvmtr. good cndlUon FURNITURE-Used stoves; Ice boxes: I chid .elome. 2-13. .
Realtors 672 N. : 7234.
; 2-681. Kelvinator from : O.ne LAKE FRONT-6-room home. 9-acre NORTHWEST-Near school and bus,
9O day
Bub H.rd..r. 175 a cua.nt Pd Sewing machines. Call before you COTTAGE FOR RENT Furnished I '
CAMP STOVE- Just received a Department 102 W. Church $15 $40. selL We pay "top" prices. Sewell- : For further information telephone COTTAGE or apt.; Grandmother j COLLEGE PARK, Out of town owner tract. 300 ft. lake frontage. $16.- ttol* roomy IV-story frame res'-

large &Bumby Hardware. HEDGE t Thurmond Furniture Co. 72 W. Pine Ln..o. 9.EFFCIECY. j adult granddaughter. Call Miss i says sell at once my two bedroom ,. 500. Herman Goodwin. Inc.. Broker; dence offers 3 bedrooms, Irving room
102 W. Church. highest SHR 'rTempr.- 143 N. Orange Ave St. Dial 4070. i Sucker or Mrs. Ellis; 4140. | bungalow practically furnished: prewar ; 677 N. Orange: 9855 or 666O.LOCKHART ._ I dining room kitchen porch. 2-car
SCre Asol.td.8tore APARTMENT-Redeco-
CHURNS new streamline Co. 25 E. Pine.) 1.98.2-3163. :00. MACHINES and furniture. furnished. Adjoining I HOUSE-2 or 3 bedrooms. 3 adults 'construction: A-l -3-room dwelling. Need.rep.irs. garage. Large lot. Price unusually low
T Stores OFFICE .rtd.. and school age child. PermanentPhone floors: .ttahed garage 75' lot: I On bus line. 3 nice lotLMr. at $10300 with term Weir System.
chum busline and stores. 1401
kDZ- HOT electric Cheek GeorgeStuart
Ot our with l.nd-I 628 E Pine: 4641.
F .. Pine. Poe 2-316. WATE HTERS. 13 pre. St.. phone 8158. E. Colonial D 281.HOUSEFrnlshed I a.ped .ee.l .fruit I Lane with Herman Goodwin Inc..
fu.1 .l .utomaUc M.ll : paed street: all 0. : Broker 677 N. Orange: 8855.I I ORLANDO OAROCK ROAD $1000
CANVAS UTILITY BAGS. button tn Knox Store Co.. Pin*. Phone highest prices 2-room efficiency. On bus 2 or 3 bedrooms. Martie
2& OLD GOLD-We ray MODE ful p.rlcla. see Wll.ms i iI i down It buy S acres of round
Regular price $2.76 now 98c. 2-3163. for diamonds, old old. Ile. stores. Private .duts. Wt for one year. W. I LANCASTER PARK (East of)-New with chicken bouses.
.tchel.
.nu.nc 5-rspsa
man's Loan Office. 27 W. Church. HAIR hand RO1.L! ROOFING of all weights. A broken Jewelry, teeth. silverware.Berknun I . $8 weekly. 4100 p.lb.n Box S-ta Re.lor.8106. Se I I bungalow. Frame construction. 3 I all newly constructed. Immediate bo CLPESProfesliona. I
CSTE .Y-o Reduc type clppr . phal shingles and 1t.ton. & Sons. 139 N. Orange. I Ave.. Winter Park. HOUSE nicely furnished by middle I 1 bedrooms, nice large kitchen plenty I possession. See M7. Bosch with Sass
27 W. Hardware. Churh. Mills and NebraJ. Write TWO-ROOM APARTMENTBusineSscouple. aged couple. No pets. Permanent.Orlando I cabinets. Garage near bas and store Rntchins. 4O 8. Orange 2-O603.
4x5. L
tn Heran'l Lan OUe. I PHOTO to business
with dial for all ENRER I suburban or Winter : j i i $7350 terms. Sam Johnson Co. 208 8.
utilities. '
Strt RIOS. PH. Robert Florida Ave.. PrIvate entrance. P.rk j section we 3bedroombungalow I Main.
91 WrI"IS
HEATER-Large; HOT caL 6814. l.t 170.0 it.Ud.B. Lakeland. Fla. > first floor. Mrs. Elizabeth Peach 230 About $75 month. Box 8 Sta. ,I with I ORWIN MANOR-Lovely 4 bedroom
CIRUTG OI PLT-3bume. [ : i LAKE
Service FRONT Furnished collage
J.
E.
COre Spruce St. -
Camera: Will $5 down. $5 I HOUSE 2-bedroom and sleeping electric e C. P. I home dta and large porch: finest
ke ote 2-3320. pay
c.lr. -
2301 Vernon. HOT WATER HEATERS-3. 6. 10. 20. Boone and J.cksn. Ph. Patch PlO montbY plus 6% interest for pianoin I I' GARAGE APT.-Newly decorated. 3 I porch or 3-bedroom furshe. Per Shuniway. Re.ltr 140 N. Orange: plus along 100 side ft. frontage of pretty on babbling sand bottomed brook-! construction of tile: lifetHM roof: all
Cash RUG. room 9x12: new I rooms and bath. Completely furnbhed. manent. Box 781. Pat. I 23282. furnished Including plan Price $15.-
CASH REGISTERS Florida 30 and 4O gallon c.p.ctp. Orlando 1Y.1 425 W. conditon Respnllble. permanent Wine lake. Oak and pine shade. $8160 i
Register. Obner Annt sales. *erric Appliance Co.. l 10 Orange quilt C. Dahlqulst re.ldent proprL)01er. C.l 4728-.fer 9 ..m HOUSE3 or 3 bedrooms furnished I already financed. K cash. "The 75O.OO: good term If Indeed: ask

*. supplies. 220 Ma 8850.OK.INO Ave. Phone Concord. Box 77 -Sta. i LADY WISHES TO SHARE apartment -I for 6 or 90 days. I Buyer's Broker." Hasting. Realtor, for L. A. Bryant with Marti Wilt -
RANGE Gas; 4 burners. Also Ph. 2-7234. COLLEGE PARK-Neat a* a pin !t llaat*. Realtor. 21 W. Waimarteo St.
UTENSILS-Good selec ICE CREAM FREEZERS-Just a few STUDIO COUCH- 6717 after 5 with another lady. 2000 S. 5. OI'b E. Central (Arcade 4237.
stainless Genuine "White dining room fuiue. Telephone p.m. & Kull Ave.. phone J2-4683.. HOUSE-Close in. I room bungalow with sleeping LANCASTER SECTION .Lakeview. 'i Phone 5106.ORWDt .
ton Eml .11w let Moutal. da I A
Attached Nicely furnished
lumbn. Knox 3 Knox Store 2-246. condition and price. 1 NEW MODERN 3-room furnished or garage. very nice 2-bedroom tile kitchen
QU.r C. E VIOLA-State nrnhelCrTd: ; j
Store Co.. 25 .. Pine. 2-31a. 23183.INSULATIONConnie. RJ COATING-Give your roof a Write Poet Office Box 374. Orlando.WE | Telephone 4797 .p.rmenL phone 5784. I electric kitchen. Sizeable plot beautifully attached garage on beautifully landscaped
htween I .m landscaped. It's the of the
life. $230 per MANOR-Here i* m modern
lease on ,
I Ia and S ,
CLOTHES LINES-OslvanVwd. 50, 73 thick "BalsamWooL" IW p.m. HOUSE-Two or three bedrooms; un corner lot. Lake privIleges.Priced
Call before week. S.eI
BUY used u* I Act quickly. Only I I I bungalow in an excellent netthbor-
.
At 195. '
and 100 ft. lnt. 3c and no. Money back n.r.nt Lets GUdden.RUTAtRAT selling. furnture. Co. fumbhe. Manager national or- with Louis ,. I to sell. $10.OOO with excellentterms. hood. It has three lieitinmsi two
Knox Store line Phone N. GROCERY equip 46. Houses for Rent .. 3 year or more Mal Can Brock Steel with Chenaalt ;
e E ePli Smn Lmbr NO.2 615 W. phone .dut Main; bath and a good steed atittty room
ta-
duty rea Store Curch 13 2.164
2-16. Or.n. cu ft. heavy 2-4883. lease. Ret.1 110 per month. I A Jennings. Inc. Realtors; 672 off the kitchen. Attached and
garage
CASEMENT closer ICE in refrigerator. $393. Rcstlra'nn CONWAY SECTION Five-room P. O. Box 369. Oll.ndo. I Orance: 7234.
treat screened porch. Mew, and of
ASTDr C PLN-omplet Deep WE PAY highest cash prices for old I .
*; door an or a e. IJ69.5. fle. frame bunl.lo. porches. TELEPHONE COMPANY engineer LAKE FRONT Good location. .X'I'I sound caaotnsctieSL Owner
ll .et P.r J hrden In de masonry
diamonds and diamond .y.u.tle CLOSE IN-5-room frame home
kind Smith Lumber Co. Orangeand Ins boxes: .tem 1189.5. 22-ae byer.ee cole. City e.ell.nd.ewer Space for garden sires 3-bedroom unfurnished house built in Large living t.t Inc distance of shopping .. leaving city and says sell tar $15,500
.
sterilizer en. dep 15. .n cnditon. and chickens. .$50.00 monthlyLease 4. 1 4
Rair.DEAT et No offer ) Church. I In good section with yearly lease. breakfast bedrooms. Large lot. suitable McNutt-Hessley. Realtors. 15 W.
reanbl 6x7 at with f furnace
r.fuH. Or"le. gal. gas water heter. 121.50.com- Or.nle i is desired. For further particulars maximum. $75 per month. Will buy cetlIO: and !I. Income property. 15000. Mr. Lye j Washington 8*. Phone 5106.
r\1 SWSAl. Pak INLAID alk-ln cooler 1cU WE BU old gold gar contact M. S. Vero.e. U priced right. Ph. 9098 or room ; with Herman Goodwin Inc., Broker
DIONDS. Rator.
pi.er Ma. d & LOL-I.tae on ressor. S89O. I ayeem. .. Hoeltke's. 29 E. Church St. Bn. I drain. 110.50. Alen Johnson. RealI i[ 677 N. Orange: 9855.
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I meta D for sk tPL C AvdO.n $15930: ,cot and compreor.b 24 n.S Orme. f UPPER OR GARAGE AP..dult. I tor, Or.nI 8612. Specializ- j I ORANGE AVE.. last off Business
Dora UPlt.1 FURNISHED 2-bedroom. LAKE DAVIS SECTION-3 j
Mon' l2115 DYe York. Modern Appliances 428430N. HOUSE High tecton. Box S-t.r. 1 ins Homes.. bedroom and home location. Small comfort
). Three month In advance bungalow on paved street clone to able borne. $4OOO. term Blabs
DOORS Or.n.e.RDIo1942 PASTOR I I some
desires 2-bedroom house We have
or COLONIALTOWN SECTION-
.pl.l
wo.. c.blt and Wood
35. Fuel OU 602 X. .
and OHLER LIGHT chldren .crePte. Concord. I store and bus. 875OO. Rex-McOOI Realtor. ISO E. Boblaaoa liltORANGE
PLANT ;
bed
ordel tm at -Used bu Philco. table model. apartment unfurnished. Ple.s a fine selection of 2 and 3
Mill and in excellent condition. small rooms. fur- i Realtors. 128 N. Orange. Phone 4147.
Model sweeper and Singer HF. NceI phone County 40R.12. home Priced from $8750 furI I. I MEMORIAL 8CCTIO.4 -
Lane ; two 15w.tt 110-volt AC. Yours for Elecrc Scares Terrace FUEL OIL A tul tank 1* safer. I I Modern w Includes rOm to $12.500 furnished. Be sureI j LAKE DOT SECTION-Home and jllIcome. I Close to. 3-bedroon home wired

DRE. coil .lue 128. A Home Machinery Co.. a.ll. m.ebID.. Apt.- Phone 8021. your tank filled. laundry 2 block off N. Orange 51. Houses for Sale I to see us before yon buy. Craig, with i 2 unIts of 4 rooms e.cb. for phone. 1 s.3 year old. Uafaratehed
I b both Ir.; ierpn UO W. RbiMn. Feet site: A larger tank Insures heat on coldest Ave. $63 year round. Phone ; Hampton Broker. 831 N. Orsnge.50l3. II II I Abundant St ora.e. 2..r .ar.... A kitchen any woman would be hap-
nut dining.room 16. "ple. &I LIGHT RIFLE-New W.br. I mornings. McGraw Fuel Oil Service 9388. Large lot. See Wen with Robt. L. I j py to uae. All floor asphalt tile: sutomatic -
auto AVALON BLVD.. 446 New conjI
nt. t.ble bufet PLN-Kober. F with Wind Fired only. 0Imes. I I COLLEGE PARK; 2 i I
china. 6 ch.lr. $ matic. Latest Uncompleted set of golf HURL AVE. 941-7-room home; 4 construction. 3 bedrooms: muonr I I crete block screen West- Pryde, Realtor. 668 N. Orange; 21 1! water heater: electric stove:

maple dinette suite. $38.50; love seat. modeL Used 3 month* 1,500 ..tt New golf (hoe* sIze 9-C. Call cub 37. FertIlizers and Soils bedroms. I1-* b.th large lot: aluminum windows. Life time screen. j moreland and Harvard on ?. linr I. 4596. I I oil circulating heater; tcreeaed tit

platform rockers. chair* and other 110 volt. AC. Pc for quick hart. I ( decorated. school and I Well constructed. Built-in features. one block from shopping I I. Buy With Confidence-Deal With |! front porcb. Deep lot. $8000. Terms.

item Included. A abv I good con 500. Phone or a1. P.O. 3811.RIOSLt : COLD your garden shopping center. Immediate occn- I Venetian blinds: double la. Corner 100 per cent O. L Loan. '"Pryde. i i This will not lust loag. Call B. U.
dition. Must b ale Weded.) B0 429 Orlando. and SWOKKeel. and healthy. p.n.p. Ph. 2-3006 or County. 36-R-3. lot. 114.00. Open inspection. I 1 1785.0.. month. Gabel Construetton VoUiek with J. Daniel Kelar Broker
help pl' I
old radio I Ij
Winter 1375 Suffolk Park. B Onl Maor. LAWN MOWENew. electric, $85 your handsome new 1947 The safe e.l) ':. 308 BrookhavenDr. I I LAKE HOME for quiet people. 3- t I ADAIR LAKE SECTION-810 Lanlist i OC". Phone 4073 or 8383. LAKE CONWAY-Thlg Is the Place 20* 8. Main: 7811.

New c.sU enne mower.$12 modeL Generous cash trade-In allownce. I 631.DIRTSRlh room. bath. terrace $60. Fishing I on Court: .modern bu..low; you have been looking for. 3-bed- ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL-1 block

DBW1ow .ewr mae; and Stl Co. 8. Liberal terms. Southern black top soil fill and I and swimming. Madison Ave.. 1 mile corner lot. Conveniently located COUNTRY CLUB SECTION-One of I room house furnished with extra eat. 4 room nicely fonughed.screenedin .
Bream. Phone 2- 9664. 232 N. Ave. Phone Muc I full loads. Write past Dubsdresd on left of old Apopka shol. bus and stores. $7300. 100 t j the fine homes of Orlando. 2 large living room and fireplace. 2-sr frontp orch. Big lot: fruit

b seen at 2200 S Rio Grand Dial LAWN AND GARDEN SUPPLIES*_ Or.n. 8671 I R.e.A. Ouar.nt. 102. Lockhart.i. I rosd. Wallace. L.n. 23623.ALTAMON stories tile Tile roof : garage with servant's Quarter Also tree This i* a buy at 400. Call H.M. .
) I I (onltrrton I .
with 1-car
2-20. Lawn Phone LOW RENT large living sun furnished guest cottage Vollick. 7811. with J. Daniel
hose -Enjoy country during
m.er IPr11 LADIOS-Crosley and Fada. 33R-1. ; ; rom. rom. garage Extra room on rear. Out KoUr. Broker. 2O6 8. Mala.
DINING ROOM SUITE. $35: complete hand Conol POULTRY MANURE $15 per ton. $1 hot months. with cooking p.to 3 bedrooms ..
le
"pl and table por- C.bln prc. with covered table
tl.B type door grill picnic
3-piece living moel Al I t .. Large beautifully ORWIN MANOR 3333 Pettam
Read.
r 139l P.rr Had..r Co 20 8 able*. Bumby W. per sack delvre. Falrvllla PoulHry prlyUees. $10 per week. SPRINGS and benches. Nearly 2 acres In tract
10 .
met bed* $3; sprints $10. Wb. 2-141. Farm; ] Motor Court. 6 miles i landscaped grounds. $30.000. terms.W. For comfort Plus pleasant living
Church. with 217 ft. lake frontage. Smart
306 W. Church. UMBER north fo Orlando, on U. S. 17-92. iI I Like front homes. 3 to from. B. Nicholson Realtor, 14 S. !Ii : see this 4-bedroom home of burnt
Everything in building ROLLER SKATES-Super speed withchromealloy PEAT-Daetwyler shredded peat U rhos grove of 100 oranges tangerine and
Main 21619. hollow tile. Completely fwnddMd
DOORS-Sash made of white lumber and wood. Colonial ban Knox much better. Phone County WINTER rooms and bath. I Completely furnished. bedrooms ; I I I grapefruit trees. Also various other I and

Screens lawn chain P. bu. Cbee Highway Pb Lu. Store Co- 23 E. b.rnl.. 2-3163. Daetwyler Nurseries. 11511. I Frnished.PAK-CloseIl Adults. No 1 to 3 b.th.prce from $11.-.1 i '. kinds of fruit trees. Beautiful large I ready for oecapancy. Price $13,750i
i Courtney Realty 392 N. Orange
type of wood work. Orlando Wood LIVING ROOM tenant preferred. tg 16.50. of these PAR 5ECON-Atta oak trees: nice white sand beach I
craft 1500 W. Washing SUITE Mew. Must STEP ft. and up. Prices I VIGORO. -Complete plant food for Its. I Is what been .boUL.nd CHERKE phone 22471.PRINCETON .
Iute. sell at LDER 1 to 100 included. $75. 338 W. Morse dre.mm I .d 16000. SOOO cash balance $75 per
Price pound
buSt.DINETTE onc 2-p1. foot Knox Stores plant or I..n looking I
1. bln Blvd.. phone 213-J. for. bath b.rd.o floors, large screened, month, plus interest. Exclusive with
SET- table. 4 Moer. detl 110 1t 8 .. Pine. Phone 2-3163. pound slse. K.ol Store Co. 25 E. NICE CLEAN-3 or 4-room duplex, I t I 18 acres and a big house which yoaI I| porch; with work room. 1 W. B. Nicholson. Realtor 14 S. Main AVE.-Near the school

chai L. o.t Studio SHOE SKATES-Size 6; very good Pine. Phone 2-36. I everything .' for ,I can afford to remodel at the ask- I very nice condition Inside and St. 2-1619. j and convenient to College Park
_- LWN MOWERS, and N." proven condition$12.. Phone 8446. I turnhed .L.s .one I tnt price. On a hard road 8 miles p. A. AlUson. Broker, 37 shopping diitric A frame baa*alow
cb Forest 11.0.
2-$7. we stock the part Bum- 38. FiRSts Flowers and Seeds year. from Orlando. Electricity, fruit trees, of six room Its oM bat la good
DSINKINQ 'OUNTAUI-Kelvtnator. Hardware. 102 W. Church. SEWING KClElnle. In excellent I To adults or with one child. Call soil. LAKE VIEW Close in, exclusive
I condition, and the
) terms. believe
easy
owner
automatic thermostat. Bumby Hard- 13' WarleyWadsworth. Geo. Kine 7267. Also house on Wm,, .0 at 1750. CASSELBERRY-Beautifully furnished neighborhood. 3 bedroom 2 baths. ; we
-war*. 102 W. Church. LIVING ROOM SUITE Kroehler 615 N. Orange: 8597. AZALEAS cut flowers rtlxtlc table 'I. ter Garden Road $7 week. i iWf I C.1 office, see bouse. Concrete block construe I Furnished. $15,750, term Betty will accept low down psyBMBt. Total
made Davenport and 2 chairs call decor* We wire anywhere. 0 Sewell. Manager; call. Win 1 tlon. 2 bedrooms Near lake. Orlando asking price only $7300. McNutt-
Trent Evan Broker. 349 N.
DKILI.ISQ ACHIIiE for Winter SEWING MACHINES Factory .o BUILD-2 or 3 bedroom home I ner Park. 8-8394. $7.9.
deep Park r Anna Florist. (Formerly Hlbbard Casselberry. Phone : Hcssler Realtor. 18 W. WMftiofUM
cable: A-l .e 21-R. guaranteed like port Kttl"ee'a Winter Park location for Wit I A's.. Winter Park. 618.
3' $ new Central: 4643. : 118 Rob I St. Phone 5106.
cndU LIVING ROOM bue ; 64 X. Hlcll-'Nul. Re.ltor. Park. 783. Brokers Invited.
b. gasoline lawn StD bed. settee conale Al Wigs Ins 6247.SILHOUETTES . Will also D. E I
rot& wicker and CALADIUMS Fancy leaf, choicearleties. 21 E. furnll3 lon CORNELL AVE. A beautiful home LAKE DAVIS SECTION story i
mower le.gas chop bui M 3. Yole. wing odd piece.at prch Ph 4929.rokcn I -Many deuD Made 4 for $1, or 25 for $3. 7560. .Centra; d.16 I I very well large double : home. 3 bedrooms, 1H bath oak PALMER ST.-Nicely furnIshed bungalow -

Good lht LAWN of aluminum blackwith L. 8. Pin Cattle I D'I I lot. l.nds.J. living room.kitchenette floor*, central heating plant; comp'etelr i with 2-room efficiency
e.cU 3.ole D. C. WOWEIU.-M.1 type in numerals t match. $1.95. Knox Gadiner. 2-114. SINGLE LADY will share her I corner t.'b and shower I furnished. 2-car garage. $16.- apartment having separate entrance

mCr t. bD. ad $20. cldlne te hlol sI Ib.r- Store Co.. 25 Pin.Phone 2-Ja. CALLADIUM. HIS Surlmam with 2 or 3 working CII Box BEERY SHORES A distinctive hardwood floors Venetian blinds. 000. Hampton Broker 531 N. Orange. Bcaatiful floors ivory woodwork.
C. J. 3
A 1 North cherry S-Star.
Tomn
"Jdll.Inu Co% SOUND Znnia. 5 tile bath home on a I 5013. FurnishIngs include new Venetians
E. SYSTEM .It"O E. amplifier Williams. 1411 E. I automatic water heater. 2 bedrooms
125. w.. Pin.ZIIESEt .1-1 a&1 B Pn. Pb. and two .pabr. Electric Coneold Av. NEW S rom bath furnished, reaaI I I tfdf .plot in this :: living room and bath have wall beaters electric stove refrteerator. water

MATTRESS- & tattles, and box record changer Hem.g'l L.I Of- FNE DEIGNS. specialtv. Cut o.able. ,. east Conway Circle. 'I dltneton Large Uym same as color scheme. Garage. heater laundry tab and circulating

PW UNIT. McCormlckt sprints. New. for 837.30. Bar- Lee 27 W. ft.er cor.le. and wedding Rt. 5 Box 523 B. Narcoossee Rd. j I with fireplace Unfurnished or livably furnished.! 2 LAKE VIEW beater. Lots of big oaks for shade
Deerina IG2 Excellent for "ll 335 Citrus Ave. 2319 N. Orange. nice living porch. A good value 1 Garage. Income from apartment $eo
otlil. or &W SOLAR SYSTEM-Electric and .o' GadeD ROOMS bath; furnished; electric r.1 !I blocks from bul. Yon can definitelybe I '
'} cen to Pasture taL. MOTOR BIKE-Whlzzer. Good Ih._ une water heater, fans. *.kro. phone 2-177. i i box. fuel heater gas stove; 1 I II considering all factors, such as con proud of this property. Enluye''. Stately 2-story Colonial house with a month. Near lake school, bus

Ient-D. 012 Extras $100. Telephone_ 2-2943. motor desk: counter scales; met.lc.blnet OARENJLl' pl..t '54 to I Ico. month. Call 6578 evenings. 12.5 I I Iltructon. lo.ton convDence. I with H. M. Volllck with D.1.1I i spacious living room dining room I $0790. term Mr. F. P. Wheeler with
edU W. .3. Sac- I b I C. B. Dart Realtor 104 E. JefferMB -
Box 945. # machine. Frtdgcn. Stret. j .Ppltment LeI Kelar. 206 S. Main. 7811. 1 I kitchen screened perch downstairs. *
.nt .Ihl NEW 5-ROOM bungalow. Crawford with .
C. I 2-164
LUGGAGE Shock-Prof and lOe Potato I furshed 1 Pde. frame 1 3 bedrooms and 2 baths op. Central
ELECTRIC WE 180 S. PAPAYA P up. Electric c I tor. -668 N. Orange COLLEGE PARK 3-bedroom -
enameU RGL.apt a whit* edc. enlUnI at Herman's. 27 STEAM BOILER-New 23 H. P. Vertical 50c.Ph. 4330 I month. Phone 'te ;: With Confidence: --Deal With bungalow. Breakfast nook. 2 screened heat, modern kitchen. 2-car garage.I .
"WOsoa Leonard oven W. Cburch Tubular Steel Boiler 100 J. F. Browne, 200 E. Pineloch. rk.$72a Bu prbe.all .pic-.ndIP.n'sf. Large. bi$h, nicely landscaped tot. PRINCETON SCHOOL SECTION -
Bardware3l,
Cringe Blossom S pressure. Lee Brother. SHRUBBERY Large election to 12 MILES OUT- 'Pde. lot. !) . slopes to one of our etose-in. Is rger New masonry bungalow, large living
,XLEfmitn TaU Phone 2-2187 MOTORCYCLE-1942 Harlcy-David- pun.. .. San beautify home. I house furnlhed. AU electric kitchen cash balance like rent. See to. lakes. Well built and in excellent room with fireplace dinette, 2bearaoms.
your .
Many misiUUJ Muslwbt' 1 in baths. CITY Georgia von Schiller. Realtor. Reasonably priced at $24.- Ills bath screened porch
son 45" UITBa\ I I condition.
new motor &
neou small electric flame. Reasonable. ; new 'le SOUND 8YSTL n* demon Nlrsre.11 E. Pinceton. Screened porch; almost lake front room amrdwvod floor steel cisemeat *n-
jut 412 Ounby. cOILctloD. iOOO wIth terms.HuckelOTfeaft
ceivcd. Rlnox Store* U r .tr.t Mir and the $85 per month. Year lease. No ch Large screened porch. Ga.ce. DUBSDREAD SECTION-Neat 2-b- ***, attached garage. Lot ha 7an. .
Pheae 2-3113 e z P. WOVS for the borne. News P ueut. Inter-Corn fo ef- 39. Livestock and Supplies i' dren, -or pets. Box 86 8-Slar. Allen Johnson 14 N. Orange room, frame bungalow well Realtor Ill E. Robinson frontage Price. $10400. ftosnW
efficiency. PI Business Equipmeal nished on nice corner lot Owner
travel : 8612. "Specializing Homes..
ELECTRIC mos&-'t. adyttu. inc approved for 20 year*. W* have
Y tOT." "DnlversaL" i E.. travel . '. Caera Shop; 1031 c1. Co. 390 N. Ol.n. Phone 3434. FRESH: COW-For sale, 4 OI.C.pil. 47. Rooms for Rent COLLEGE going North and anxious to sell. Immediate -. ; 23751I the key. Harlow O. Fredrick 111 M.

lr. Ol.nn: call 211.OVES TILE your bath and kitchen in rust 1 V monthe old. Good brood frame PAK-Ne. 2-bdro plslil. Priced .t$5300.I Orange Dial 8188"It'a .

Cu".oh.1n P. .S e 2& fo oil stove Stock include proof Permatlle: free estimate U mthan 2ft mile south AMERICA ST.. 121-Lake Lucerne. floors sun room and wth port. 2.extra I: c.1 Pete. 109 B.e.E. wt. O'Ha..Jor. great to live ta Orlaaeta"
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ELECTRIC two-burner tT Bumby Pem.U of Centra For.. 2323 N. of OYleo Ilb. j Choice cool .tt.clv guest rooms; iota Incud. Price. i _ _ _ _

6 foot RJIT& .* Hardware 102 W. 1$6.1WELM.sl. HORSES-Five. 4 to choose from for $750 and $10. will U.rr 1785. 135. I DUBSDREAD SECON-2-drol Club section PAR AVE. W.-Yoa may not be able

2 W.t b.Cn loDIUe Bchra n. OUTBOARD MOTOR-1946 modeL plasters .l 10 each. Farr's Riding SC.bl. I CLOSE IN-Double room. $6. $7 and I I Colonial; 8253. } bunl.t.Frnshd. 495.. T.rI Betty I> LAKE One of FRONT Orlando'-Country finest new home to own year own Golf Courae, but

-231. D $ JOll M.10 Runabout. 2 hour. 25 E. Pin. Phone Knox Store C. 2-34. I _$a. 23 West Livingston Avenue. COLQpA Modern S-room I I Trent trnd.red.. : 349 N. Orlando 1 on a larke lakefront plot. Masonry yoa can own this home next door to
800 RIDING HORSES .nd Mew frame buncalow an-fur-
ELECTRIC OVEN- bake eom.plete after 3pm. Halh& Muwe :38. wok bon !)furnished ; Ave., Winter Park 618.DUBSDREAD constructed 3 bedrOOms S Hollywood one.
meal. Also \blue pottery VENETIAN BLINDS day delivery. for sale or trade. 2-1T 128. CLOSE IN Cool. Private bath. Near Including all gaa kitchen appliances.Screened I tiled bath. 2-ear garage. uapexMled nisned except completely furnished

table lamp. Phone 42O9. PIABOS Krakauer used upright Why buy cheap blind when yoa REGAlIa BULL SERVICE We also Grills. Reasonable.- 644 Magnolia. porch, .ttc"e garage. tile floors basement tejn beating. kitchen. 2 bedrooms tile batS and

ELECTRIC MANGLE Good tone $100. Will rent pee can get the best for just a few clt haulcows._ Phone Winter Park 522. I ;i Large lot. I895O. Aen John. Realtor plumbing, extra large beasti- bower. circulating oil heater attached
-Ga* Ie We moth Will dras lU 1 morer Made Orlando by : 140 N. ; AND ORWTN MANOR copper garage. Price $11.000-'t cash
t ice box. Jet be blb. Winter Pak.Wr Pa at 1802 Zdn..te I Dr., ph. 2-O453 19 CLNIE OF BEERot ex CLOSE IN Desirable room. Near i I Ing In HomesCOLONIALTOWN2bedroom'* 812" Here's your dream house: ready I fully paneled porch overHoktoglake.Federal tnort- : Brine your check book and let's go.
electric speaker tr.ctr. C.I after :0 e Grills and shopping. Apply today : for occupancy. Two large bedrooms 24 fruit trees. First .
3.aF I Frank Creka Realtor, 507 MetcalfBalUinr.
IJ.tem ete s ln post of- PIANO-Upright. Very nice .pr VENETIAN BDT. best cost 201 Kaley. at 39 E.a Amelia. I house I beautiful bath kitchen with lots ofc.blnet gage $16300. owner win take small
pa_ no more W. CentraL I newly remodeled. Screened porch. break bungalow or cash for wtty. Oe* H. phone 2-171O. _
living room
A j ;
.rdo
NICE YOUNG QUARTER and Ingle
_: or 1203 Ay- Orlando. Ph. 955 HORn CLOSE IN-Double room i Convenient to schools and stores. V .P.cOUI 1 & Son. Realtor 2-3176.. FRDfCBTOM Ai--i.: W.-LeavingOrtaoae
I screened Kittredge
ELECTRIC INS' "SBa"anra shire Ave. Beverly VENE72AZtSLIND6-actery under name Diamond very f.r at 634 Magnolia Avnle. _ _ j Only 10.$1500 d01n. A Golden. I lawn rom. ca..e. prch Meet aB immediately. 4-
"PoLr. 8r ladles or duir.n Good rlee. CASSELBERRY: Azalea Lodge. I . N. .. near .1 pl.nW coo onfurBsahe. -
bewraaa keeps
FaTBtabcd
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$100 W* offer I crete construction -
cash. 1627 Real W.
Co.. 25 at.t. KDI Store PlNprlh. Winter Park. .Ia produeLIn bUd. any size SOc aulUI. balaln. 101 .. American Plan Hotel; riding hone I I M.IU.n underpass Winter Park I ; asphalt sb"lled m.aD rof: eOD LANCASTER SECTION-Cash Payment .: potcatial income propcrn
E YOUNG
Pe.? 2-316. 587-W or Inquire at house IB lb fe & Immediatedelivery.. CWsmh-R.Cb flhlnC. hunttn In ..sn. Winter COLONIALTOWN-Furnished home. I per water pipes, hot of $3500 give you immediate Ph. 711-
ELECTRIC ANSg45jj3 -
( ., ra. available. We make Saddle aut I _ _ _ _ 2 bedrooms: den: 2 porchec Immediate .. Located on a paved street, of attractive hone In fIne EOB-AtU86uge. weUbatttlii -3-
Il.9S Ad.ptal wall o t.h. PAIN BUS Pr BIU.- at BO Orlando of County Horn. A. P. Dnahue. .-Twin beds; possession. Price convenient to transportation.* occupancy DUtttUi.
B. 2-3161. ad .at.t obl.Uon NORDAVL 1.5. neighborhood. Pay balance 1r awi. Ilk bat home in tip-top
and Oc p Old Z 1P. KOl C. 2' Ye.et" Blind WI. C. 1739 8. and break- terms. Ann Goodwin with Her.D i PItA approved and already fln.nce less than rent. James J. Hackett. MBwitlM. Larao lot with alee shade.

PLANER 2-3a. '. 40. Pet Stock and Supple I' f.a prlyUe. _ _ _ _ I Goodwin Inc.. Broker 677 a for civilians or lIla S84OO. Realtor 1317 HUgh Blvd.. ""Opportl shrubs and fruit treea. Spacious 1eararaa
ILECTRIC MOTORS-New 1/6 B.. ) -Working cadtol C VENETIAN Custom bnUU 335-Nice sage: 9855. I ter Park. 206J or drive ont to ACLRR Depot." dial 7588._ ( and laaoktnr. Good neishbor-
with _
THCART-S. .ID.l
with B .
motor puUey $23 eah 1lt. Can be ace. Special ft. Five-day DOO YZLA else .f4ab.p. ;: PARK-Rooms are 2041 3..e Av. Opn for inspectionI SECTION of Winter Park, j jNew. : hood and convenient to bus. store
Term A Home Machinery i seen at law i bell, rom. CLGE I.re every ; LAKE SUE
e 4 delivery. R Blinds Co.. cU.I. h.rn. I Laundry privileges. 3-bed and school. Owner must leave sar
W. Robinson.iaxc Cocoa. Phone Oviedo, 2131. nie'ia Pe *. Brownies Kennel Shop tight housekeeping. I th.1.vr..In this modern 3-b- modern In all respect 1
1836
24167.VACUUM & Private entrant 1-block from | room home are I bungalow: concrete rtcVeoS" make offer. Immediate occupancy
: PUMP electric deep and shallow M'll Mscnolla. _ _ from I Cl.at room Huckei-OlfeaJ. Realtors. 118 E B binsoa -
POI 5 CLEANERS "Universal" Lake tola. 4 blocks IltOUke ha frontage. Oak struction. One-ear garage Lam
th t
D.1 PYe datt R 3ui wel payment, nothing dOW with all attachment Bumby Hard DOG FOOD Scribbles* and X-el: doc I Bummer ratef. Phone 2.61. _ _. fon 2 'Sf.prche.t.ce I DUPLEX Close In. 10 rooms 2 Owner occupied. Price $15300 nlBrnlshed. : 2-373O. __

.tv.Il. M.pl baa i many.ltf a I pr 10Dth Bel-. ..r. 10 West Curch. I X.s'eI remedies' Store. and Dial 'oPII.. Orlando I mN-CRKK AVK7211S 8.-Pvt. .a.. $11.500. tr avl.ble. bsth. Large lot. Ll this over Approximately 's cash re- SUBUHBA.N-Kew 2-bedroom bongolav. -

t aD Winter Dlll PP : 1.1 Johnan. .. offer. quired. Well restricted area. Private Lot 1001137. Lake view. $5500.
1 and ham with Oranc. Gowi
oter Underpass.. N.Orlando Av. Oriq Gen. Orl.nd R. me' .. 0 WAT e. BAKWt. clor CO. PUPPIES ready lor rT I without N3 11"e." door. ,,8612. Specializing In :Inc.. 677 N. Or.nc 9855 or 6. sale. Phone Winter Park 246-R 1000 down.

enS 25 Pine. Phone 2316.WAHNO olddogs.Phone_ I GOgH' A l'"E -Attractive : COLLEOE PARK_Modern 2-bedroom :: DtPLX-Fr.mf. Furnished. Large I LONGWOOD Well built 5-room Gardner Real Eatate, 29 8 Court.
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ELECTRIC EATa MAC11INH-Wrtngejijjj. RABBITS Flemish, Mew Zealand. VC location. e".r rm I bungalow. Tile bath: attached ga- I Cloe Ave. $11300. I house. Screened porches wide In*. I shone 2-4441.

.fot. used.. P IS15.Phc..ISOR. PLUMBING S G edC.$: Phone Winter Chlnchm.3 ..t to 1 sear old. I Klu-hra ,eriIl.ses. !!._'>_'!.._____.. I rue 75 tt. plot. Completely furnished I Wilbur Strck.1 Broker. 2. 2-car garage. Mostly lurnHbed. Call I ISamrnle I SVURZAN-505defgplel concrete
_, with all electric Room 4
Pak 82. _Pak_Lb Phone 6809 Mac"AVB. sY Home kthen. 11.t.r"l. Curb Francisco Realtsr. ; block contraction. 2 bedrooms.
WATER HEATERS -3i it*.' *4""V.. . TROPICAL B A ? eom C. P. Shul_ DELANEY AVE.-Set on a" Central Arcade. 7407. for price and Partially monthly
R.lCr furnished
EC also 30-csJlo a.&"tpe" f WASHING MACHINE -Perfect conditien. PlHDLUUultla fort roamS: quiet! and ele.alalU ". 2-3283. ) 14 j I' l0xl5 The $12O
: gas I : .
with fixtures la Orn.e foot landscaped lot this reaital price.S6090.
an 0.1 8709 North Orange Avenue.WATEJV are. Horn prl'll"e*. I s teresa. aafte n% on selling
water"e.wn B1b Had.r 10:1 tab, lavatories 'o.1.t! 1lmp. foods remedies and .r..u |I completely furnished house mal LAKE CHEROKEE- Wear. An e"l>o half eaah. Ask Asker Peter.
W. trimmed. Harper Plumbing toplf COOLERS-Oak water eooU ___________ COLLEGE PARK On of this you a comfortable home Two really Realtor Mam; 2-
the
CIr era 3 to 13 gallon a aupPe Hal Cor. 13$ itldsr- Sec- sreD tunity to acquire one of ear. Central and
tR
o with BI lng room.eln.1 j
HsUllse. an 1 1137 .8. Orlando Ave Winter. Knox metal law.Lets. Ave, RUCE ar. E 2 e lion's better home Insulated. | ed porches I.r.rooms 10 fine Orlando homes. Four l large bed- 0784.SOOTHsUST.
of W .
JODI'w am I Phone 498M.PCMPS Phone 8t. .C. 2 E Pine. berPark *: etaeet share porch e-Nicely and completely famished.Landscaped { ..ton Price wIth wr. S roms. two bath llaudaome 2.0.0.7 5-room framrUace-
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I Del inataBatiooa. Florida corner. Bt "i es wewan, ___ to a degree of perfection. Moffat with O. I residence, lowly ground Em>ertytffered not wi-h tare*
Co.. aa> w. church WATE REATER-AutomaUJ 41. 87"JAUrU IIOTirLand Ioa . S anusually spacious rooms.Offered Realtor. East Pine: phone 6812. without uSer yet compete but
a we lr Poultry and Supplier 6 with er .jacjge extra lots, a barren for : i t. dS 'rmn *.ll oa any f*. 11".le a* a rare find in Immaculate after hours back s ** j .
j ttAMUBS -For the f.n o Bland .I IS or 3 Itn. fu"1 r' c.1 2-8. staple art way & Morskl wi'h O H rrMoore.
tae and fall sized- F immediatittary. little, new h : water. .101 t.nk. Plenty of BABY CIC.U. S. Putlorum UI! I. (Mi? ___ condition. For appointment ca H. C. I'FATS -Good 3-bedroom unfur lot Pi-tee entire property sws.soo. Realtors. lOOZPnr Phone :-836.
4 Modem St."n. HOBO Machinery o.., MO Falrvilla 110 volt type ed or future.d. ci roam* for young Babcock Jr., with Robert Tre.R.lter. home. 670O. 12.eab Phone 5159 for aBpoUUmeat 1* Inspect.
1 What-Not ;
Ap Shop. ruins lIvery. pd and 1tc'Awi doubt $6 and up. W. balance easy. Roper Audrey Ptttman wIth Sfirflp-
. .4.1OrugsAve.. . _ .. 3 W..R 1 Orlando X-Cl Store.poultry Dial ..upIl: Cal 5006. I" O 1 W&hCD In. and Main: 2-3433. R.I) son-8tat. Metcalf Bldg. (Continued On Next Farel(1)rlttnb




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: (CoaL From Preceding Fare 51. Houses for Sale 54. Lots for Sale 57. Real Estate Mister Breger 67. Employment Agencies_ 74. Autos-Trner Wanted Drlanbu &rnttnriTUBS.
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1. 51. HOUSeS for Sale PICK THIS Ue a needle la a hay MAITLAND.-.Several choice I.k front TRADE WILLYS CUE for BROWN'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY I FRANK R really knows' how t I .. JULY 1. 1947 PAGE 15
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.t. kr0 bU.alow. large la. restricted I in .m.1 And Nurses Registry. If yon want get \ dollar for your ea
De.bbrho. ott.
SOUTHEAST Owner leaylag' must garage storage 110.0. Can lot location for nice bome. phone work come to 515 W. CentraL If you or equity. Cash in .minutes.
.o
ell 2-bedroom bungalow. Attached : .tu neighbors. Call Mr. want help call 6326. ,. aive 'em away? us a chance.
'_ -! ssrase a comer pIo Completely : I ; wit CJ- (Maitland). O. P. Swope. 2-2713. 6 ONE WILL SE or trade 381 N. Orange Blassora Trail: 7M3. i 76. Trailers-Triifks for Sale

.'_ ,ned with.' automatic refrigerator.not S75OO.IxeUu water. BEST BUY la city tile rf. cor East Pine Street. moer new home bus and guest VIKING. 1141. 18', sleeps 4. BwJaave

-v with.D. P. per 2-story. 3-bedroom. all and Shine. corner lot; Palm FLORIDA SAT EPY1 gas stove. Cash. Beg Mrs. Cassady.
bt EVANS PAYS
d.n Scrlce-22 R. S.
PD"CES
": ten 140 N. Orange; Ihumw.J.. Ra bad wo Dof. Double carage. tl from Vogue Theater - modern oceanfront apt. Eas WORE Sanford Trailer Park.

S5. A rom. ln Pction, : nice ah.de. An .uesmeDt p.ld sonville Beach. Owner. Employer if Into one of our 3 *-
4 81.0. Mr. Drop any Orl.nd VAGABOND 'raILER-Pre-war gatncUon. *
SOUTHWEST SECTION-Her. la a 3- Ca7b.u.h. R.ltr. 5813. i 116. Phone 2-10. St.. corner Virginia D.e. \\\\flI: for young blood in your for an appraisal electric brakes. sieve aM
I.U
: suite \ poneS
; completedbit HOME AND GROVELS full ; tion then look these over gMgwatt .
-g Ob'b for on* wbe acres I PALM TERRACE-Beautiful buildingsite HAVE 3BERI modern or.a-I H heater. Porch awning sad -
bearicg grove. S-room lake fronts. Will 7178. Includes raJse.ewdlng. -
!..ri .wants own taste. $2.7SO. 1am 1 ; lake view and i .eld window awnings
: Easily &t h. .k house; gas electricity Paved Attractive price C.r Tecder. Dud. ;hlt home In nice rM-hes. car hitch aMl Mpw>
to 8ple-
f road. $11.000. Mr. Nunes with Herman School Boys and Girls want work I
4SS.
Whitney Spiegel oper 31 N. Orange; 2-42. Or 1D br. colored pro springs $955 P O Box
i pet Realty Co.Realtors. Ine. Broker 677 H. Summer months. What have CASH PAID for JAr used car.
Box 75
Gwin
'0 Metcalf Bldg..a.32B9.SOUTHEAST : Bta. dUnDI C. MeKel.r.Tour PackardDealer. MUST SELL MY equity ta 184 -.

f.t. SECTION (Near Late I Or.n.HAVE 185.A I SHERWOOD :RET Beautiful ofer'Comec.1 I ." 342 Or.nl A. Phone Studebaker H-ton plck-ep fwr Mt. -
57-1. Beach Property
attractive 2-bed
lots. spot in town. -.
r Dayls>-Furnished 3-bedroom buaItlow. room home MOT of Ih.df Work wanted by $14. I See at 2314 8 Mills
electric l.l frame and concrete spot for your future home.Reasonably A
kitchen
; tarat. nee block in Northeast For BEACH i "ounl 21. High School ON-THE-SPOT CASH PAID for
I easy terms. _
: .rd. Owner wants aUD FON HOKon office clrVicalf lo
7 reabl. oiler. of town with prce. i Gr.du.t 8 clean Jim Cumbie .
attached Inc. I cars.
; ; Real Estate. details Guer7.nd Green CODstr UOn Irom. mOlt ud
30
U Sunday.. E Chuc 8433.. stationary tubs. Nice hardwood floors Realtors..l 411 room kitcen also WOOOcowvuvigr1 f 904 Orange Avenue. Phone .
.t 2l-.: -pD beautiful picture vant's quarters \ 2-4521.
t. : SOUTHEAST SECTION-A new. conk excellent wtdon : property. Completely Laborer with packing house and LOANS LOANS LOANS 4:

.. cret block constructed. 2-bedroom spacious coneUon. and arbbr. WINTER PAR Lake Knowlea- $7.500. ADdu11 C. Bouchqle. \% \ ? 1Jj; ( 1 I I construction experience; served In I I WI PAY over list on '47 models
'. { 'horn Corner lot. 75x100. will P. Price 11.0 terms. .meen .fd Temple section). Pros .. S.m Ave. New Army 4 e'r now ready t serve Ford. S4OO. Chevrolet $375.Plymouth .
4: full GI loan. $8500. vee Van Hoten., Caner 70 Pine. Call home builders should sec Beach. F.. Phone 55. I, you. $375 on '46's $100 less
k Clyde McKenzIe 12 8. Main I A. T. Raltr. 1 pUn Winter Park lt as low Msrtin's Used Cars, 101 N. ).b BORROW BY PHONE I
ttl 111. . small COCOA BEACH Comfortable X-ray Technician age 22. Army -
experience 8409.
1/3
_ _ _ _ _ MODERN 5-ROOM concrete block aa $295. dow Utilities avail room. furnished i only; Interested in train-
2 bungalow. New. Casement ,. I monthly p.J.Dt 400 P.r.1 for .' Ins% Linotype GET TOP CASH for your car CALL -THEN STOP :
bdrom. aleeplD widow able. A Carrigan ft. h Bargain --- I aa Operator or Photography PRIC
of I.n.Chcken J.rd. Copper Price S65OO. BclSnd. Inc.w uttr.. Bldg- sale. $1250 cash balance - or other technical work. regardless of model. Used IN THE SAME HOUR FOR"
and H-1086. -d V. Condick Realtor; I C.rla than rent. Exclusive Car Exchange. 219 W. WashiBgl o

I.tUA: Price $4675. .. \ 37 E. ; I 672 N. Orange: 2-4551. pher Realtor. Cocoa ltin.. Cost Accountant, male ate 35 experience St. Phone 2-21. THE CASH! $M to $300.

Goodwin Inc. Bro. 4-ROOM 2 4 lots; I 100 BUSINESS LOT on E. Rob gained with large
ni B855. oa HOUSE. prcb. 5 days F.at Bumby. $2400. Stripling DAYTONA BEACH Cottage I porations. Not interested in TRADE SMAL CUP for tudorsedan Yes! Get cash quickly on yew SJgjgeur -

i New 2-bedroom extra lots thrown in; all this for I with M. J. Moss. Broker. 132 S On the famous Daytona keeping job. or-I euP. W: Ante or FsraKare. Cal taiaytGFC
cash difference.
cment I
$2750. Mr. Stone with M. D. B.Ue7.I 6977. ocean front I offer a pay
Corner lot. near and Main: phone cot..
bu W. Church St.
(1200 rash terms on . atore.. Realtor. 30 E. Church: phone 4767. 100 ON of of 6 separate cottages I Patr Cook female age 41. 5 I
KIt FIle
tics*? Realty. 4 W. Concord; .. NEAR CENTER of city. 3-bedroom F. $OAN-ut ft. dillon and appearance.its price of m.lent resident, has also had experience BADLY IN NEED of 1946 and 1947
splendid return on
; ia operation of automobiles and older cars. HarleyWadsworth. LOAN COMPANY
New
house. Furnished. Immediate occupancy. Estate. Coronado Branch m.che
k 1321 WEST-College Park Reasonable. Phone 2-6083. Smyrna B..ch.EXCEL 000.sale because reduced owner from has$ .O for I shop machines and tools. 615 N. Orante Ave., I

e SnN. 2-bedroom home h NEW HOMz gas equipment I FN LOT- and cannot manage. brok.1. Watch Repairman phone 8597 71 East Robinson Phone 6795
rom L apprentice veteran
good Llnea closet S250O. New terms. promptly for this excellent i
conditon wit 11.5 38. .
are. OnJ age Two
yrs Western
course
some In.n to.el.etc. Rome. C rooms gas equipment ete. H. P. Boland. Bldg. ment. It really is one that you Pa. Horolocical Inst. Experience 75 Used Cars for Sale

1 kitchen II equipment.Screened $2.000 down. $50 per mont Splendid 'I 672 N. Ornl.; 2-55. be disappointed In UPI / gained repairing watches ,hile I
: breezeway. 75 ft. lot. country home and Robert A. 703 i BTJ1CK- convertible coupe: new
Lv1 BUILDING LOTS-Select your Grene. the service of country. 93.
i ". nicely landscaped shrubbery.ptlml. equipped. citrus grove. .chicken I I'Qulpm.nt site now ia the attractive home Dube- St. Daytona Beach. Florida. I < h top. leather upholstery, 4
! Moderately furnished and etc. McKelvej. new tires and Just painted. $395. 740
ia
dreadCountry Club kectioa.
ready for immediate occupancy. Price 12.50. Lt 17s. Royal Palm Ct_._2_- 732. THE LATEST GOSSIP
! 14 1. Centll Rel, all sizes Close t school b 74 I
k reduced to Harlow O. Fred BUICK 1941.
81.5. Priced raon.blJ. or 58. Real Estate 69. Work Wanted-Female ; t
rick. 11$ N. : Dial $1$$. 51-1. Lake County PropertyLAKE .tores. Jane .. ; 7559. e model 46-S Good ew .
ABOUT TOWN
I' -n'. great t live 1 Orl.Ddo" LOTS-$400 and up. Near new school ACREAGE. Homes and COLORED GIRL wants part time 01 Excellent mechanical condUoD Ih

: COUNTY-We have a fine on Oregon and Fern Creek. Phone need at once 3 and _d.J work. 506 w Jefferson 2-64 or 225_E Amel..
8ANATARIUU: SECTION Owner selection of Quality Homes' and owner. 20926. home. well lo.te. Ph. 2-4. Business Opportunities 61. Bank Loans-Services wants small bundles St BUICK-1946 Super 4 door .d.D.

, leaving town says sell his nice 5- Business" priced to sen. Yours for L Ohio. Et.te. 108 GI fiOO Dunbar AU accessories, beautiful ir YOU WANT A CLEAN CAR
._ room furnished house for only $7- Service. W. J. Klstler Realtor HOMESTEBu7 your lot while the Court Apt. 1. low Olln Used Cars.
; 000. Ere this today. For other "avares. F.. .o. ACE homes. bu.lnele I I INSTALLMENT LOANS cost you less fl1. mUe... Phone 2-4814. SEE HARLEY WADSWORTHIF
lo Ro bury Road 70x151 with Buyers waiting. Bank. COLORED MAID-Day work or home A. -
buys. C. U. Taylor. Broker. or.r .rOYe PACKING cars at First National Comparethese I ;
Orante; 5644. 6BUBA EUSTIS 3-bedroom lake privileges. $ Realty: N. Orange: dial day capacity.BOUE1 the costs. When the loan for laundry. 676 W. RobISD. BUICK-1940 Super 4-door.; radio

oa l.r. wooded lt Jefferson Steetx19. .Near the of the citrus Completely $ yon get $ .8.34 PRACTICAL original black finish new tires excellent YOU SELL
NURSE-Housekeeper WANT TO
DR. rooms Centrally 1 Eustis BUNGALOWS Have buyers belt 10. IP.Jent
VII. SECON. paved & ..te.. home offers everything Azalea G.rdr. houses between $ 1 and with m.cbe1. in $ you get 12.5O _cook. Box 90 &. throl.bOIt Colonial .oLo.
P.rk-l00x135. I .
Lancaster 1 1239 E.
Pc. 865.
down Retrt I YOUR CAR SEE
field $ get 186 Payments 2-33.
terms. C. C. GalLt 12 la theway of comfort and Fruit and shade trees. One cash buyer for concrete bon. 20.you 166. TYPIST and hospital nurse's aid; .
l. 110.Ln 9 offices Priced below $ you get BUICK-1947 Roadmaster
3-177. convenience. Considerable home around Must incude. 30. 27lPmeDt Sd.nU.rl
: Mills: view with pleasing
lru. Drive- 81. HARLEY WADSWORTH
see Louis $ you get 33.34 elperlDee. Can be
Must be to appreciated. screened porch. have IDnDt1. 373P.Jent .
WINTER PARK-Tile roof stucco seen b H.r 75x135. A bargain at $2250. Dsl.a work ron-I. lolpp.
i dotr'
27 W. Washington $ SCO. yon get R. W. Central Ave.
E. Morse Co. of White Bros- Brokers 824 N. Broke. P'7ment Jnn
t alow 4 for Rator. Iut Lake feet with 41.11 Phone .
buns on lot 8000. Fla. .ste-I np.raD 2-1688. 8412. $100O you get 930- 2-b:2. _ _ _ _ Phone .

, David An4.. Winter Park rights. $ Rex-McGW. Re.lo, Above monthly payments 12 months.Payments BRING YOUR LAUNDRY t D model "62". Hydra- YOUCAN
128 N. Orange
411. home. 1018 West Robinson CADIC-194
BUNGALOW LISTINGS for 15
51. -Also month are smaller. Av. heater and new
WINTER PARK-Here )is a six-room 52. Groves for Sale TWO LOTS FOR SALE-50x150 ft. ments business Figures include to pay tires.mUe drl1e. r.dl. Easy

home with tile roof and spacious each. Arlington St. Perfect title groves homes and lot. Wilbur SAL OR LEMI work loan In ease of death. The FirstNational 70. Work Wanted-:Male I terms. Frank car i.Ike a new Sales.one 201N. BUY OR SELL '

carace on four far ander BEAUTIFUL ISLAND Orange Gr1- and abstract. Bth. for $500. Call land. Broker: 23 h; .ld offce.. with Bank at 4th floor Blossom T.le
Orange
lot pnce Or.Ddo
35-aere bearing 850 HERE WITH CONFIDENCE
grove. I Tai.
6346. 9am. 4pm. for sash and
replacement Will takeas m.chIDer BOY 19. high school graduate
cot 17.15. Browns. 800 Valencias. 600 Marsh GAS STATION-Wanted two by Located 2 .
low as Call opr.td FIRST wants Job to learn trade. Auto repairing VRLliji :
8. 100 Tangerines. NATIONAL BANK loans- maybe I
8.edle.Grapefruit. day. One with lease one to Avenue Orlando '
109 55. Country Property for Sale refrigeration air
Peter or conditioning.
O'BraWor. elevation reached built- insured to pay the entire balance -
property also. Gardner Real Winter Park. Louis E. GabeU! throughout. $495. Colonial Motors.
"J .
.. I. Pine: phone 2-836. up road Jot 'i mile paved 29 8. Court; 2481.GROVESHOMBUSIE. Rutland Building. Phone of the 10.1 In c..of death o Will..,.work day or Ilaht. 1239 E. Colonial Dr. 2-33. Open HARLEY WADSWORTH
COUNTRY 1916. Ph. 2-1625. toe.
1
WIT PARK-Laketront home. 2 bw. Price 125.000. 8. 8. Sav PROPT'in. the Insured. IIJe' Sunday.
2-car pared age. ". Ask Pete. Ratr. -He BLOCKLAYER AND
garage
brom. of 3 miles probably Main. OUI stock. 62. Loans Up to $300 able; at reasonable CHEVROLET-1938 4-or sedan. Re 'is H. ORANGE
Itrt 1lw COMMERCIAL OROVE-Lake Couats STORENic ce.n HEERAnU-1 conditioned. New paint and good
across lake from Using rom 215 acres of grove. 2 lakes. 3tenant LAKEFRONT BUNGALOW bau Realtors. Chenanlt Sc .enni. 25.Q. Uph.w. o.F.. eo. 1330 19th tires. $350. 1903 E. Jefferson -
672 N. Orange Ave. S. PHONE 8497
lake
tlfur clear water
for iwlmminc. bal. and hous. irrigation system deep AND FILLING STATION AUTO Furniture. Diamond l.u CARPENTRY WORK-New work or phone .

t.Id.a. Best of $18.000.Clyde b.r. shed water minutes from Orlando. 2 bedroomsand business r .in. Established Stock Economy Finance Cmp.n, np'lr. contr.cted Phone 28754.or 2107.CHEVROL
tnk. bath. Nice screened porch. Anoutstanding GRVE Home. .buoe.. Burger. Manager. BuOdIng. 1947 Town B.A.
McKemde. Broker. 8. Main 1946-47 production Long 2-242.
recorcVaencl. want to sell fItur. 0. Wi 106 WeU.1
1
value at Rex-Me- w.nte Phone than 100 miles.
8t. 247.WITR 34.19 boxes; tn.ere.. 1.60. Realtors. 8450. 128 me. buyers w.ltll. Stlckl.nd Broker; 2 W. ; CONTRACTOR wants building or re- or trade. Terms R.el.
GU. .r.o.e.
PARK-3-bedroom. dining Pe.ppl. Ana H. 672 N. ; CASH LOANS made furniture any kind of Ph.
Ave. Phone 417. Kuao. Orle -Qatckly on P.l. WOs m.trr.l. Evans. 400 N. Or.nl A. 4771.
living 2 large screened boxes; P.ron BrowI. 18.200 boxes; J. B. Box 51.
room. 011. located. autos and diamonds. Orlando's ZeU.od.
rom LAKE iRON HOME SITE 10 1939 Like Central
CADILLAC new.
1 grove Is acres 8TRESW.n -
porches flepl.c. 2-car garage tool aapfrt condition. Th Includes with 2-room house under sheltering HOUSE WANTED-Buyer $ 190. give some own Home Finance Co.. 314 STEWARD or CdCOk=Pastry. Florida Motors. Jefferson and Oar QUALITY CARS

house. bou. lots of fruit II present estimated .Pt.to 90.000 11 oat commanding beautiful quality home; 3 w.ll&. .. Roper .. Church and Metcalf Bidg. Dial 20304. breads; aU u. land. dial 2-2424.

flowers shrubbery shade. Close box-crop which is practically made. ..tr and landscape .m.l Rabich. Realty; 265.HOMS ; 2-3433. LOANS ON HOUSES-Get a sman WU give interview. Sber. : 1939 Very
to high school and elel.Fmhe . Box 658. CHEVROL 2-or.
or unfurnished very Price 88.00. Can Louis S. Dohve. dock. cleared acres -Completely equipped. 40 bed loan on Tour property for fixing ru.b'I. Frid. Motn. Jefferson 1939 BUICK Special 2-Ooor Sedan

Johnston Henry. Broker. S re..onbl.W. Church, Broker Washington; dial 8112. bearing citrus trees. Opposite acrosslake WANTED-Wo need 2. : Income in 1946 over 115.- up. Florida Cedit 21 W. Pine. 1st W A NIB 7 man and 2-24.
for a magnificent home.
St. Ph. 6545. d.t.I. $ i Vim. O. Rencher. Broker Only bedrom homes furnished 00. Cash payment as low as stairway e5 Theater. ; furnishing mateial I DODGE-1942 coupe. All accessories.Exceptionally 1942 PACKARD CLIPPER ted to.

WIR PAR- New 2-bedroom GROVZ-HOME.acre. tract with 30.. Washington.RURAL ; Joe furnished O.! priced Realtor.for immediate 29 W. and. terms arranged. o bal- LOANS MADE from $10 to 830 Qu.nUtle.. or Job.supervising Winter work Uel. clean. J1.t 0.n4 Extra clean.
Beautiful 3 .rl' 101. 2,15 "nC. at 5% Photographs com strict fast Pak er. 1903 Jefferson phone
7; 1 St.
wih 'aal. On S of most excellent Dial 8881 or 'pn1. Rnle. nights.
Well tr.e. H.m. Pne.pple. .cre Inlton t638 details at our e. Frank 21107.DESOTOl947.
owner. off Finance) Service. Inc., .
fon. encias. grove1s 11 that grow ..n7thnr.Ire 507 Building. Crnt.1An. ICE years 1941 PONTIAC dub Coupe. Radio
Lt ft. Only S65OO. terms. se Tl 2 furnished a.I\r. Phone 98:7. FULRO e.prlcnc. Suburban 9 passenger
In
condition has .
Golden. 1121 N. Orlando be.utlul a hou. bth Ask for Tone. 100 all steel and heater.
Northern body
WANTED
Brole. good on trees. 4bedroommodern electrically equipped HOME CITY-fatsy Dress Shop. N. P.rr.more.EXPERINCE. I whit 1..te
Are., ( underpass bungalow in nice repair. Has place to ,live. also income. Situatedon and investors inquiring daily % location. Going business. FLEXIBLE LOANS-Get the cash Interior finished la 2-tne Chnes!I

). Winter Park. new tractor and grove equipment located a beautiful little sand bottom businesses hom.and farms. bargain Price $4250 for quick now! Choose a repayment plan to COOK dese. work Geld Radio heater Wi 1941 CHEVROLET Club Coupe.
WINTER PARK-3 bedrooms living on paved $30.000 with lake. Plenty of shade citrus and asserted Realty. 318. Colonial. Harold V. Condict. Realtor. Or fit your income. Acceptance Corporation Bs 89 sell under d".ler list price. R. .

and dining room moder Itcen terms., F. A. road. 37 W. frtt. This Is an Ideal setting. | Home Office at 480 N. Orange WILL WORK share crop on share Evans. 400 N. Orange Ave. Phone Radio and heater.
basement with . Waihtngton. 7613. very private. Cos to town. WANTED We have in Orlando. Phone 7136. Offices at basis Successful farmer 12 years. 4771

laundry. 10' shady lot. Cash or GROVE-40 acres aU $45.000 Price 819.0. . Carter HOUSE for.. and ESTABLISHED on this farm Cocoa. Winter Haven and St. Cloud. O. T. Edge. 2203 W. Jackson. DODGE 1940 DLx 4-or sedan- 1941 BUICK Roadmaster sedan.

terms 360 Edinburgh Dr.. financed 53. .e section. E Pine. Call A T. Carter homes In good locations. C.l and It's an exceptional op- Same Service. Radio new new rwbber. Radio.
L lira Henkel. t 9516. Realtor. 71. Airplane Sales and Service Clean Colonial
.
Inn groves. Buy thru NlcholsD 2-119 6 room house. complet1 tbrouahout Motr.
WINTER PARK-Nearly new frame Realtor. 5613. Cl.bau&h WOU YOU LIKE a 6 room stHOUSE nicely furnished. 14 QUICK CASH LOANS Furmture. 1239 Colon.l Dr4. :-: OpD '
bungalow: brick street: imel.t bungalow with.o screened 2 In grove. 500 to 1000 broilers note and auto loans.-2-hour AIRPLANE FOR SALE-Howard five Sundays. These ears sold with a so day guar

I possession. If sold this HOME AND GROVE-S-acre tr.ct porches In a 3 acre big bearing groveon 3-bedroom be included with 8 electric brood Family Loan Co.. 501 Florida service place with Pratt & Whitney 450 FORDS-1936 4-door sedsn. 1939 antee. We pay cash for used cars
f. reduced to $1.500 cssh. balance 320 b.rnl tre. Comfor.ble. I high knoll 2 Jersey 1 HP with low hours and less 16 N.
8.8. a overlooking lakeOlivia Nice residential section near cows a m1ker; hon. Bank Bldg. R. W. Callls. manager. en.ID coupe. Parramore. Call 6464.
'_ 85 with i. P. ..t lodem.town. Near f&e..ndhunl. in Gt.? There are plCDtJ portation and schooL Call W tr and all ne f.r equip Phone 2-1661' than 100 hours since m.jored Re.dJ or 2-7351 after 7pm.
ton. 15 N. Main: 6809 .col of houses L.UDd1 house and house. to go anywhere. & FORD. 1946
sedan.
C. et Sims. Angfbilt -- Very low
: WASHINGTON ST. (Just 81.0. 01 lo tem. Excellent Quick Hotl. fence. Broiler sales al- Zelmood. Fla. mileage, 2-or
; nelghbrbo 63. Mortgage Loans lulpped. $1895. J. C. McKELLAR INC.
Off HOUSE WANTED We have R
j W.le. eator. Broker. established. Price only In .
Large S rooms and bath. sian 1850. 83.0. S Evans, 400 N. Orange Ave.
140. Only Fred L'Broker 6501. 132 ; 6977.YOU'VE for modern I and 6-room Ray Lennon with Joe G ApLANEBolnl-teerem.n. Pow- 4771. I
"YOUR PACKARD DEALER"
115 E.8.50. G.rel. LAKE FONT GROVE on paved high If your house I for sale c.l 29 W. Washington. Dial 6638. excelent Continental Lcened.. Radial
k: ; 8511. .. DREAD of owning a mod 140 N. F.H low-rate. Govern eed FORD 1941 4-door sedan. New
way. All large bearing JohDsn. Re.lor. A.-LDI-ter.
Stressed for aerobatics. For 342 Ave..
K. $147
engine. Orange Ph.
I
ern style paint clean
8612. In Homes. m loans for very inside good mechanical
In
trees and good condition. This is b.lw
(. WINTER PARK Hear large lake a heavy producing grove New Irrigation of 3 bedrooms and 2 b.t and' 3135.'i FRONT-GRVEClckrn building- buying morale rfn.ndD. Callor I quick sale 1-00.! Includes one Lewis condition good Urea. Price
and convenient Orlando. This . 10Jron.acreages psrscbute. Call or visit ShowalterAirpark. I II $950.
big See
t I system. Wlndermere section.For on a of Old-fasione see Joe G W.Washington at 152O Conway Rd.
experience nr.Raltr. Winter Park, phone 846.
>' all modern I
a cmoloa. lun..low of S rom detail tee Louis 8. are S acres and I frolr on Highway property and 3-berom St Phone 8881HOME FORD 1936 coach. Mechanically
b.t. alepl. porch Dollve. Infor.ton. Washington. 17. There ia rom for cabinsor tion. Sam.ppr.l.l. Broker. approximately 250 CULVER "V"-Frrry time only. 8I9 good also tires good. $35O. Phone
front prch lot 1 60ft. any other buIe. See our signon S. Hutchs mixed ctr.. chicken hous. Will take airplane or new 2-2980.
T. Orange.
.: wide and nice frittr. this north of 2-58. rn.3 .U2o.Owner may LOANS We want to help you trade. 1205 E. Concord.
r: .. U you have 5.000 1 Maitland. I mi. M. J. LISTINGS WANTED-Clients for c..h Gould with buy a home or build a new one. TWIN ENGINE ratings on Grumman HUDSON! 1942 club coup*, oood JULY SALE t
; may be able to work out cah utI. WINDERMERX SECTION-12 acres i 11.5.. L.; phone ing. E F. Slayton. Realtor. H.Dr. Broker. 6 We will give you prompt service.. Of- land sea and Instrument. condition. See at 1438 W. Church I!
good deal ,for you. The '.11 oranges on 3O-aere tract. 2 MOIS. 12 s M.I; Pine phone 6651. St. 6545. W'I fire hours 9 to 2 during; week: 9 t Veteran's Wld&eol training. Orlando Aviation. St Private owner.

equipment and 1m. other items will 1.1. Pric. $16.500. Great oppor MODERN CHICKEN LISTINGS WATfoml. 12 Saturdays. First Federal Savinand Country Club. Ph. Winter Park 863.VI.TLNAN'ic LINCOLN ZEPHYR-Black four door .
r be Real 'unI7. .tl I Ideal Cltr. terri IARM-. Lan Association of Orlando. 50 sedan. 1939 model excellent condition BIG SAVINGS .
icud.d McNut\He.lleJ. 1200 chicks. 2 rDta L' hel FLIOHT T ,
Come yourself. .
see E. Orlando. Fla.
tors. Phone tor. er. Br '. Good ones are I Pn. mo low mileage, private owner
W.ltOA 8t with Bwald. Louis Geeslin. rue 4-bedroom bungalow completely proprJ. Hal CUT Single and mul -n.ln. .
5108. eeoo. See at
and this Is one of' Sinclair station Garland
.i. Realtor. Specialising Groves." furnished. Owe will take Or..a. Job training for mechanics OnMANY
.: 143 N. 21464. 1 city house aa part payment. Robt. best. Top location In Orlando. For LOANS on an types of property; long Ryan Field. Apopka, F.. f.U.Cal and Colonial.
WINTER PAR-ExeUeDt located W.I. Realtor. 66$ N. Orange; call George Painter with Asher or short terms; low rate: immediate MERCURY-1940 sedan. Will trade

home 1. Com.t A"e One 1 Pde LISTINGS WANTED-We b. Realtor. 70 J Central; 2-786 service. Harlow O. Fredrick. Ill- 72. Autos-Trucks for Rent for late model pick up truck. 120 ITEMS
block from BUD block: Buy- With Confidence Deal WithPryde. waiting list for desirable N. Orange Ave. Phone 8188. West Pine Street.MOTORCYCLE5936. ,

r from and library, 2 .- ." I ties. Ross Kay of
Clul 53 Acreage for Sale Anderln CAR-RENTAL INC.-High grade Insured Indian 45" .
,. blocks to . aUD a largebedrooms SPECIAL OFFERING-Make money 375 M. Orange HGHWAY-R.t.Ur.Dt lunch MORTGAGE FOR SALl6. 6%,. cars by week or a"a5 toreeponsibls Good condition. new paint. $250.

living ;room room BARTON LAKE-10 acre lake front at leisure. I .0 offering my poultry fount.i. estab payable $25 mODt, 140. 6%. ople Call 6159. i W. Call 2342. Geneva. Fla RADIOSPHONOSand
:. kitchen large sleeping porch frontand
M. J. Broker. farm. SCO hens now producing 1 steady b.IDeu$43 monthly. Inc.. Livingston NASH-194O convertible Ambassador
Wo.
trc 8125.
t .r.r 1..nd. prchea. garage.Price. 12 6977. case 'of ell a day. Sold at $1$ per NOTICE-Price It to sell and equipped good Itok. I Breker; 677 N. Orange 9855 or D VARNER it 6". $750. Call Winter Garden.
;. Long U-DRIVE-I-Dnv
fUrlae. lme.a&e.lon rase on 1200 growing pul Claybaugh. Realtor. 5613 location. 6f4o.I .
Jlae. 2205-Whlte. inquire
yourself; low or Parramore
D. EAST-10 miles. 40 acres partlycleared : 50 month. $2500 cash. ;
WOad. laying month. A modern ring since 23. per
let I D. Varner U-Dnve-It. 234 W. Service in Winter Garden
i .
139 England ; small buUdl. How- 4 bedrooms completely furnished at oar Altamonte office see I Inc.
820. .
Broker OUR PROSPECTS are looking REAL ESTATE LOANS Low cost! Central Ave Phone 2-3153. NASH * COMBINATIONSTABLE
AT*.. Winter Park. Phone 1$. ard. ; 30 : 2Va acres of productive soil. 3 Swell. Manager call Win -1933 Ambassador 6 4-door
homes and income I To buy. build or renD.ne home hERTZ SYSTEM- sedan. Radio, heater, overdrive.
ATTENTION CELERY Are newly built houses propnJ.
WINDLRMERZNs2b.d growers- accommodating Park. 8-8394 DRIV-UR-E
-room pultr hare ? W and business
you the latest 50O each. Garage.work you CJd. Kens.. with Hu Real property. Te Trust Trucks . for rent Mechanically perfect. One owner rar. 0 APPLIANCES
: frame tub and shower. A well- IDtr.td 1 Irow. 1.7.1. 8. kel-.l. i Department of First
. home furDbe. finest mo' cir shop feed and atr.ae. Abundance 1 M.ID 2-75. .. 118 E. Robinson: Orianoo. second Natlna B.n b,hour day or week. Low r.te 375 Original paint. Colonial Motors 1239
cnrackc pl..tre heater. 1947 that produced la Florida of large 1rul trees WE NEED YOUR HOUSE t grocery and meat f.t or.I Orange phone 2-4064. E. Colonial Dr., 2-0353. Open Sunday. including

. Eetla refrigerator ...b vestigate Btark'a Ferry F.r i the subtropical fruits. Take advantage of Call us-We will come see It New cood stock. "JIM CUMBIE C-DRIVE-IT '47 PLYMOUTH .- 1940. $785. Mrs.

log machine etc. Comer lot, famous Weindale lat ceen d.ttt this .wel opportunity. Buyer gets ard: dial 7325. lease. .Qulpment Price I model cars. B, day. week or Sneathen. 3001 Kohl Avenue, rear AUTOMATIC IRONS

167. Call 5529. T. Davis registered This f.r of 864 all or will consider WE HAVE BUYERS wanting .1 Half cash. If the price not INTEREST RTS A LOW AS 4% mont Competitive rates. 904 l apartment

broker 33 A. completely lupp. drained and Irrigated 4' partial payment a home i town or business propre. and make an offer. Exclusive I with I and on Winter prper.. In Orlando ; dial 24521.OLINS PACKARD 1938 sedan. Good tires. ELECTRIC TOASTERS
good lots. Dial 9723.
5-ROOM BUNOAI.OW-4-room U 10W for sale or Imedl.t .l wit P. Herman Gown. Ic.677 N. Investment broker..e.W.Washington U-DRIVE IT INCv.New carsfor First $550 takes it. W. D. Wagner.Me'rrlsona ,
eL rent. Price $275 per acre; easy W. r BeU. CompanJ. 2
ter. 1OD. a.lor. 3 9855. rent by day. week or Cafeteria.
tage la rear. Call ewaer at COOKERSAlso
i I mODth PRESSURE
i
14& Box 28. orphone 56. Business Property for Sale St 81.
L BUY 6 room home. Writ W.la.l. F. WANTED TO BUY-10-20 MORNING SENTINEL de. Nor red t.p. 2 locations. PACKARD-1937 '6' 4-door sedan.
U25 W L.sborl 2102 Oranse. 2-4814. god 142 M.Oarland. '
II.tb.r. aoy. routes. White boys age 14 10 Radio new paint, very clean
De.1 rfn"he. rea ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL CLOSE IN-Guest home. 26 WILL short term first Ph.
Co rom i ft leten. H and be wilLng 2-34.
sonable. Cash Uk.r.nt in excellent land 280x135'. 10 6 baths few half baths. a Realtor Must have bt1c. J.KE mor throughout. $495. Colonial Motors.
repayment '
Carl Morgan .Inc.. $3 W. tiful oak trees and some citrus.b.u- large corner lot; needs painting. El- ante; dial 2-4551.Bldl. 1. .. e.See M. Lmm.n Sentinel- 'I to'.1. per cent. No com ln.. Ph 73. Auto Service Sunday.1239 E. Colonial Dr.. 2-0353. Open SINKS AND CABINETS

be handled with $2800 cash and balance ness is the cause of sale. $17,500. WANTED Marketable property. Otl 'I _
; Very liberal terms. Mr. Busch AVE.. N. SECTION-Gro 761 PACKARD 1941 club coupe. Radio
of at $2O per -
11.0 rURlE. 1320 mont t wit give ALIGNMENT Free C
1 Clablh Oct. 1. then balance Bam Hut hlns. 4O9 8. Orange 2-53. .llra.I1. .lum.Dshp. and meat market Fully equip lpCULIrompt beater, good tires. Exceptionally ELECTRIC WATER J
: .upe CD I 164. Help Wanted-Female repairs by
structed S-room horn*. fuD monthly. McKelvey.. 6 E CentraLRealty. GUEST HOMEI. dis Hdtl R.ltor.. 1 and operating. Includes stock I one-stop Ipn mec clean throughout Colonial Motors HEATERS
W.UID tAr.d! Realtor; G- 1239 E. Colonial Dr, 2-0333. Open
'. landscaping ; fItur. 1365 Sa1ton.
.
year's&ervice. N.
tre. IUuea wit t.De ceDte town brom FOR IMMEDIATE- RESULTS I BEAUTICIAN WANTED experienced. 3 Ornn .

Made rom d.t. cottage.5613.A I tP o.b.t. 3 ACRE20 ft.house.. paved garden road. 01.1. Qu.rter.Broke.11.0. W.. your property with Oeo. H. Pne 6651 STUDIO Com ApplJ Yo.el-Drew-lnJ, B.ut AUTOMOTVE-SEVIC- Experi- Sunday.PONTIAC 194O Torpedo sedan. S FANS I Prom room to attic J -
I-rom Sncl.nd 2
Well Central
redge. Realtor. 17 S.loD ,
FINE NEIGHBORHOOD U open and young frut trees. H Cur l Phone 2-3176. J equipped dark rom. Cam good h.Dcl .eYlca Radio beater good tires. $795 for
flood light and photographic BEAUTICIAN Senior preferred withfollowing. BtKk. p.rt for your There cash or cash. This Is a GUEST real Close quick
cn.lder.tln arefive 89 HOMA b.r..in I RAVE' CARS CLIENT for sale at a discount due tie. V.me. Ic. W. Ceo-
.double good buy. A. McKenney. Broker; In. For See or call W Monck PLYMOUTH-1936 coupe. Good con Reductions
lra. pnbe. wt rom. Call J.
store. Where sandwiches and business interests. 2313.AUOBRAK
4950 Cheney Highway phone other phone 4014.
nice 2-4. $ ter.. H.mpton Broker, 513 dition. New paint and tires $445.
.n ad I can and wheel
15 near N. Or b sned. H.mpton Price. 2-064. HOUSEKEEPER-and coot. white; JOB 414 N. Parramore. ph. 2-O8O3.
80.50 wit trm. ACR Lnad' CorDe. ni. 01. N. .
O'Har Moors.Realtors. land county QUEST HOME-Southeast This :01. and Fount.ln- two .dults. No wah In.. pb. 448g. balanced while lenlc. Whel. PLYMOUTH 194O 2-door sedan. Up to 50% -
BUYERS WAITING for homes maker Can W.lt
J09 E Pine; 20836. .1175 pit. $100O Orlando.cash. O.De. P. O. property la .utt ei to .boIO. ably priced. Let us sell $7500 money with $3000 cash or owner MAN OR WOMAN-Wito ccmontr.t. France & Sons 70 Church A Priced to sen. Central Florida
district and log sales Garland dial
or Jefferson and
rlen rom White 824 N. Mills of longer exprenc. Motors ;
Br ; give lease for 1 year BODY AND andpainting.
mile and new furniture. yields an Automotive Drivers nNDE np.lrln
2-2424.
316 ACRES wlta one frnt.. I equipped for $4300 per helful .
of LISTINGS WANTED oroves, .1.dlJ IlnD
TOTE paved road. Just north tractive return on investment
SPANISH STYLE home across on 1941 Champion.Drive
VIe James J. H. Realtor. 1317 .ns nn..r. Satisfaction guaranteed. Varner. STUDEBAKER -
fine golf course setting. $11.500.OrlandoWinter and Priced for quick sale at 13 118.50.Mr. Lyle with Herman Good under $9.000. C. B. D.1 Blvd.. ""ett ACLRR Write Bx 1183.SALLYRe.U 234 W. Central Ave Phone 2-3153. to appreciate. Central Florida ASSOCIATED STORES
,
104 Jefferson.
1 Broker; 677 N. Orange; 9853. E.
233 Main
; 3164.W
Par section. 4-room Brol. l. :1. ." dial 7588. Jewell' store. Motor. Jefferson and Garland;

.. house. 10 ft. -I lot Fruit GUEST HOMTb-.Very close In mOt Several nice Orange Eprencf pnf.rd. BRAK REPMREWe. P7 dial 2-2424 143 N. Orange Ave. 8300
and . 53-1. Ranches and Timberland excellent location. Be. t a 14 N. Or.
.. !V T PRPC. .11 .
Mew IUM 8. b.nd grounds. A lovely home.' 1 .U01. Close in. Starting . Die. and oiL Dixie Sales & Service. W. WILLYS-1940 Station Wagon. Fully
cmpletl7fur"bec te propr, Lt I with Herman SHARE NICE HOME with equipped heater overdrive. Priced
.t D South at Boone St.
re.Plble
with today. 1550. M. _ _ _ _
lot Eauity 815. HORT OP ORL About 1 D. 1me. 25.0 1 Pde Ra&r. Inc. ; 677 N. Orange; middleaged lady; rent to sell. $1895 R. 8. Evans. 101 W.
N. WASHING
help you pick your at 159 r.. AdJll. escelent Orange: 2-511. companionship. Mrs. Lena Lawson CAR and polishing by appointment. Central phone 5296.
I j price and me.. Hag 4-rom home. Carter. Realtors.' 70 & Buy with -Deal Rt. 1, Klsslmmee. For prompt and expert
X. ou I.Uon Pine. A. T. Carter 9516. "Pryde." STATION Established service call B & J Service
Ping; Nice fishing lake. $65OO. C.l 8t.ton
1. SI.7tD .1. E Realtor; 32 Pine: 6651. 8.Jtn GUEST HOME-Close In. .. must sell account illness. WAITRESS WANTED-Eprl.Dced. corner Boone and Jackson. 76. Trailers-Trucks for Saje R. S. EVANS
E 2-1
6 days
161 price. 100 S. Garland a
.k. WU.m'
frame residence. 20 rooms LISTINGS WANTED-We have Rtu- LUBRICATION SheSubricatloB is eood
rant 126 W. CHEVROLET-1941. Standard;
54. Lots for Sale bt 3 blocks from the heart of buyers U you have the the thorough scientific lubrication.Every tires good mechanically. Price DAILY DOZEN
; A REAL HOUSE Unusual : On big corner needs repair.S17.5OO Call A T. Carter. 9516: and bar. Orange -Blos "nook and cranny" of your car : W Concord.
$575. See Ed. 108
design 0 DR lot. 2 BEVERLY SHORES-Building costs tr. )J. Moss.. Broker. C.rr Main and Central.IF Tri ia city. Telephone 9370 65. Help Wanted-Male or truck i touched. Smooth running

Hew block constmcttoa .bdom are lower. Buy your homesite now 132 8. phn. 6977.HOTEL ITS FOR give us a 4 . mecb.nea parts assured you. Sal CHEVROLET-1936 pickup; privately 12. outstanding buys listed daily
.e1 la this beautiful section and build SA. STATION-Downtown lo BOOKKEEPER WANMot b prolongs hardtoreplaceparts owned: good condition and paint
detail will Interest serve
ohe oa t A D.11 experienced racks. 1813 M.Orsnce. .
; Job. ladder $425.
.ble and make driving safe
., eat of this your new home to auit. Water W. -In desr.bl. city of Cent.1 ed Broke. 33 8. W.i. a wonderful buy at 835OO. disabled veteran Permanent . easy 1C1 W. CENTRAL
and $1. Great SouthernStores.
49 Hoten Clyde preerf. a pleaur.
Rose Van
'world .. include .a. Innem.nt C. O.n.e Forda. contreUn i WANTED HOMES to wit McKenle. position to Mr. .
-UP .
.ulet Orange: dial DIAL S293
office APPI For further
Ave. 1946 ; 8 '' 2-18. FORD-1938 H too. Information
118 kitchen. A price ta wU I OAI 3 1. "O w. bom. on and near 1 "lin I Richards. .267 Welbourne Are.. RADIATOR please telephone 5186.
you. Good terms 0 approximately 16.0 Sales pr1 and Maitland. VE AND CAFE sal town Winter P.rk.BOY&Wlte. REPAIIGA m.t
Painter with Asher Peter. W.-50 ft. lot at $5.5 and ca pent waiting.Pak. HenkeU 267M. per cr. CoPlet FORD 1939 1H ton long wheelbase CHEVROLET Town Sedal.
E. Central: 2-0786. CNCR AVE. M. J. Moss.Broker. $ can See briefat ter Park. Ph t Orlndo Wlnte NetU 150 C.1 ; Ase-14 to 16. Orlando for replacements.CaU flat body. 50000. OMC A verjr nice car. Yours for *1<*5V
1
.mfI S Main: phone office of McNutt-Heasley. Realtors a nice pl. 1 a good MOrln. delivery routes. C. T. W.lke R.dt Shop. 621 1945 Special steel body a frg-
**
Residential lo PDQ I Muts have bicycle and be willing tohustle. W. Central OLDSMOBILC 90 4 door
BUGAW-n.m. 15 W. Washington SU ,Phone 5106. CAL CLYBAUGH. equipment and stock ; da with power winch. $80000. PI-
'
: DUBSDREAD COUNTRY A I See J. W. Sentinel-
bedroom
sedan. Radio
A nice
e.Un b4r. I"pl pr .ant Only Realty Lon 4073 or $383. Gabel Construction l very
tioa. Large lots low .$495. easy well l 5613. 1350. Coonl star e.DRVE .
.. Has L'of fruit. Price *50.Ask tr. Pay monthly. Have lot paid ICM PRPET- One block Bids. .ted R.ltr. Oran. 2-247. Ofl 73-1. Auto Parts-Acceore FORD-1932 Model A stake be car- $1095
WANTED Only who
for Rumbauth materials become frm a large corner RECAPPING SHOP Fully iO 1'i-toa. Recently overhauled cat
BUICK 1941 Sedanette. RadiiOriginal
.
*
M. 1t H.n budI. lo we bare a 26-room. twostoryframe SOS.,- Realtor f.lla Orlando FRONT END REPAIR now transmission -
class 4-speed
150 Park Winter available. In this high .7b.o.h for recapping and 'i.n thorou.h PAT gcod rubber.
Br"er A. Black finish. A dean
P.rk Apply to available .
for of
rapidlyin A Investment Phone 5613. Ideal for $500 cash. 900
section bound to Increase buldi. .o 2-tn Will sacrifice for .lO' grove rue.
:"fOe 34.s ..1.I Buy today aheadof thla' for a.one nd some your 144. Rt. 1. Klsslmmee. ae. Mr. Howell. City Cab C. auto. C A. Cons 1010 W. E Washington one for _.___ ---$10153

We have some beautifullane money Impr".meDt. Present income FEE ApRASLD HELPERS-Local men only. Age 22 Church phone 8811._
w Il1e NEWI I ITS MODERN! It's profi- FORD-1932 panel truck Runs good CHEVROLET* I.Westtbi--
lots right oa the golf course. $225 0 month.ho have ID of oa the current depression proof. II yon t 28. That can climb. No experience TIRE- 4 used 16 x 7 50 heavy good rubber good pstnt. $295. A alee
big Coupe. clean
OR spore car
-l.- B r !0nI Water Ilht.. gag and bu available. come of 850.0 mon. value of your property. No I'l to Independent and needed. Apply Bavar A Wet Ipl tires and 'lb.. $3. Colonial Motors 1239 E. Colonial Dr. for J5
estate with b .
Paved. k i 81. tion. Phone 7811. Wm. 2121 W. Wabl.ton.WEN Ill S.
offer a new modem 2-bedroom C.rr-.n Bld.. Owne For full Peter W.te. your own cost business with Pone 90. 2-O353. Open Sunday
672
; concrete block residence on a pretty 4551 evening. 22534.EDOEWATER Orae BreD tum with Harra-Moore. 109 J.. Daniel Kolar Broke. t a.r profit pslb1te. you WANTED-To sell Ice cream. TIRE SA! &x1 Reduced t HOUSE TRAILER Beautiful aluminum -
Orlando lake for $4950; 8215 cash. ; Pine: phone 2-0836. I b mten.te op Ate 23 to 60. Pleasant work: goodaverage 11. J. C. Spartoa-Manor. Practically
HEIGHTS n Business earnings. Seven days a N. 60 W. CENTRAL
$50 per month. Ask Peter. 60. prerntd by The wcek- Orange Ave. new. flied 2 months. 3 rooms sleeve
Realtor 'e.l. and Mala frontage oa Reading Drive near '" sandwich booth. Apply today 716 Franklin at.PLGMBER 4. Electric brakes. Nelson-Dolly: DIAL 4321

0786. cta s Lt.Ad1. AU assessments In and BUSINESS complete; only one operator -Experienced only. Raymond Wanted Barnes air conditioning heater. $1250
plot I on of the INDUSTRIAL Sat away from want to go into bulne... . Sample model on display. DcUn 136 W. Plant St.; Auto-Traier off. On 17-92 at Seminole marmalade It OLDSMOBILE-1940 "5" 4 door

F city's best residential Moderately city \Xo 10 rU.a7'and have mO.D7 tp. of Orange Ave. and Livingston Winter G.rde. Office phone 95. AUTOS WANTED-Will pay hibe plant. Half war between Casselberry Sedan. RUBS* looks and drives

1 YOU'V DREAMXD of owaiac a modern prl ed Call ow.Mancel Law Ideal manufacturing "SI.k ti Whitney Can allocate several units Orlan ffatdent phn 30. cash price Iv your car. 01 Ie and Maitlaad. Or ph. Winter Park good -________.. 48115>
business and 706 territory from ear in
rence. w.rbous Co. tran.1 142 N. Garland, 2-2704.
u rambling ranch style bungalowef The entire tract only $15,000 at7 Ratr YOUNG MEN for store room work.Must 2-4'1 N. ..
FERN CREEK AT PINEHURST Je 2-3269. OU order now. C. D. Van an"e. PACKARD -1938 4 door sedan
3 bedrooms and 2 W.eODtreUon have high education. HOUSE TRAILER-Late model. 1946
than $25 per front Louis Cece Courtney. Es .cal
Carl
b.t xlSO hjgh and dry. Near fot BAR AND STORE Rel Morrison'iCafeteria. 2814.WATHabt Original Mag tote, clean interior
bit ao Apply to AUTOS Liberty. 27 ft Going north must
.1 oa It a fronts lk. . Suitable for home . .. o U Ratr. 143 N. M1 2I"LUNDRY located in pACAGI Excellent Brok.r. .Sal.. RepreeDtUTe. pric.pid H- sell at once. Price $2450. See Clayton reb-fll rjot r___... Jffitt

17 There .D room for cabins atorc. Ba&t Cash or terms. W1 ness long lease. A real buy at Ora. UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY for yopsiecoileee I.n .. Florida Wot Shall, at Villa Lagoon Trailer
. trade Owner George including fixtures and stock MOST POPULAR night Jefferson Kights. Park Tavares. Y'la.Pb._ 127-Blue CHEVROLET-1940 Town Seda.i
'.any other Se our sign 1401 W. Washington St.' BUSE building and tory. We have others 1t and most favorite eating Pl .rduat. wh majored in 2-307L Ph New flat**, twrw good.

on this .property 11.0. tr.S )Dorb. Mo ofMaitland. HALEY AVE. E.-Choice residentiallot nearby lulpment city. f1or.bl, located t Mr.ferent price r.n..Harold I . opposite tall park and party.t- Miami.accounting.Jacksonville Single T.mpa t travel Transportation U. AUOOBI WANTED-Will buy HOUSE Cruiser. TRATLER-a Sleeps 4; brakes ft.; .a Auto good Hurry ._..____._._....__. ._._.f/HS

Broker. 12 117. 50x145. A Impronment. . ample lot. Laundry. C. balc. on Ltte. wih E. & & 88.0 CIh !I1.te. buDes tarnished. S.n. saLary sell your car. Aotosat one for $5OO. ROM Darby. 8 MaIn NASH-1940 4 door aan. P-

-. ,BY OWETo 3-bedroom fur, paid. SII.l Prc.. Davis Realtor. lit floor two 3-room and b.t Phone 524.BAC only. 602 South B1c $24OO-$2700. Excellent possibilities auction en1 Thursday. HoJ and Fleming Corner. Winter Garden. feet thr-out A special at_.4TS5
nh to. 250 ft. wit C. apartments on 2nd ftoor. 995. ; pension plaa. group Insurance. Robson AuUn 21 a HOUSE TRAU.EN-Gleeps 4; air conditioned
. : oyr" acres. hh..I 104 E. 21645.PARKNatures Boncett. Real Et.t Brote.105 .. wanted lo Low .ut have good physical r Orange Blossom Tr.l heated floor electric

and Ban'price. Call Winter LANCASTER resi Plant St.. WIt.r Gaden Landn in pro.r.I.e RU RTAU. lunmeDt. aptitudes and nn BUiCK -The later and brakes awnings: beautiful interior.
Park. 8493. denUI handiwork. Drive through MAIN 343 1ord. Box 8 8t.r. direct from S.U I .aafle. kWbn. : .. WANE Might buy Olds Will make some family a fine home 400 N. ORANGE
beautiful 1OO HIGHWAY- Irontu.P town; owe. ap Buck M-311 elet Silvers Homer Sewell. Altamonte DIAL 4711 -
2-BEDROOM HOUSE-Large; th prk. ft owner. 9176. Fa or Pont.e 10DUa 6 W. Springs;
JE -
Her.
3. ISo c phone Winter Park 8-8394.
water and Mo BUIE OPPRT
.{ electricity Near pIa 110. : GOwn. Ine. Broker. 677 N. Or- Sales Help WantedWE BUICK-1S42 RoaiHaaster 4 door
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and store $283S.OO cash terms i 197. 120. 2-10 Rm S small profitable busi- 66 D. VARNER rC wants t buy your INTERNATIONAL TRUCK 1942 -
;: or trade. Owner Gee. Kinc. 1401 W.. LOTS-For sale by owner 3 t College : -Any Full or and pay top stake body. Good Urea less than 200 sedan. Original X4ae grey bIsh. --
investigation.
.ut
': Wahln.ton St. Park. SOxl4O each. RusDb1 RAD SIIGf 120 It. bJ ; must stand NEED 81 GD insurant Immediately. D. Varner Inc.. miles oa new motor. This track la Perfect in every ay..414SJ
replies con
first
With 10 best Hospital .
Itkr men to A-l condition. If _
ft BUSINESS LISTINGS NEEDED interested
dentists! New.. priced call E. L Wi.. 2-2 . Write Smith t Stud.bke Sales and Sri 2. ph. Klsslmmee *
.ATTO.dora driveway \Mills Street. Price $ Harlow O. 2& Aye. and Accident We fumnt; Ave. Phone 2341. After C p m. Ph. 2751 PLYMOU'flf-l$4l Special Deluxe -
rm 400. ft. on deep 911 N. Mills .1nck. all No 23IS3 4 door
; Gie. LK FN-t 5. Ufdbrl. Broker F. cntct debit colO sedan. Radio, beater
Oa J Cn.1 Just I price $15 per HndQuaren" 18 Or.e.DRE of is FTLLEY I>Cwill bl. sellor MODEL A-1931.134ton. 4 new tires' la perfect eeawStien ____
WOTOR
and 81.A Howard.. Broker. front foot. Her.n Gw. Ic. It. 2-88. PRFTABL IVEn c. Nick kid Room plal 11d S t.e. car for high S27S Buddies Auto Parts ph. 938! $109>

8O1 11. Main Bto"er 677 oae da TOVRlT COURT Over LOCATION 285 ft. frontageon On I appointment can 17 prp. Casualty .Co. 21 2. CentraL Orlando .. dollar. ns at 2OO W. Central o PICK-UP TRUCKS-1942 Studebaker BUICK-1936 4 door gedaa. Not

..rnwas-cont. C7bllh Ra 61. .H.& 17-12.. over 200 ft. on I GRILL A calling 8517. This 'Win after 10 a.m.Must._ have car. Phone 5416 delivered la 1944. Excellent ceaditlon. the cleanest ta town but rung

,e ._ tor. pb. 5613. a l LAKE BARTON LOT. On Cannon dirt road. wit sold la part ia and rigid ition SALESMAN with fo local'terri GET CASH I 5 MINUTED Any good .. _.__ , fn
a ca
. 'dace 0 b 7$., Be what Mills Road-100x540. $24)00. Apply whole. for quick DnRum.nt KNOCKS Must be Rigbl make or moel Starling-Alexander Dodge-1946. Sew at Olia's Used Cars
ul.
yea wantJUCW : 11 E. Grant Ave. Terms. P GldeD Br"er. wit br ad wI. hn. bid over 83.00O will Te l.n tr.rn shortly (U.U7 prae.fo eenU".I Meters 501 .. Ave. Phone 242 N Orange) Ave Phone 5-4814. If FORD-1938 4 door edaa. Orig

HOME with le conveai. LAKE FRONT LOTS-la. InterUkes.Unurual. N. Orlando .. Maitiand aaderparst. Highway trlel. food manufacturing plant Jltln If must brim; 787$. TRAILERS New and used. 1947 inal finish, one *wner. A nice '
.ttM eg and S land. City Winter. sold to highest bidder by July Manager interviewIng Iron one for .______- goa
au POI en1ne- :_ .Pak for Orlando and Winter Park b ONE SURE WAY to rent American. $2215 complete New
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1 Chick sale ODt. 12 Mdtel1. 'I stricted. d..r e 6 J 1 YOU WANT a. permanent home Good Grot-tag $84.000. A good going buDs 1 1 t 9: p.m. 1036 Delaney. I9-ft- Premier $1495. Accessories.
l.
E Central. R.lt Colonial Pr; l Income see this -aDI' frame ly. k sale owner will 2 hostlers. Come 14 look 1 SALESLADIES. Two: cell on people: 1-00004: Order a Sntel-t Coleman and Preway stove parts '

>ELL LATE S roe** bouse"CoS:: OR WIN MANOR- ie' NoUtc- apartment house overlooking lake. $21.000 Contact Geo. F Brass 313 W. Carter St.W in regards to metal awnings. S Want Ad to fol wh awnings dollies. fans bottled gas. 200 OTHER CARS
:
crete- blk Plt. GI*. feere'i J ham Ave. L .. Walt distance of town. Price and. Co..K. Central Avg. Phone i WORK share crop on share have car. Salary $25 week need living trunks $tg. Ankney Trailer Sales, :30 SELECT PROSE
.>ear .a 810.. you]r Block 20 Pc C. Arwood..- lu.le 125,0 terms., : Successful farmer 12 years. I mission and gag allowance. B'I D 8 Orange Blossom Trail and D. a.

.1 .P. O.: Box 256L. 119 1 L Cocoa.: Lola Brke. 2-72 6. T. Zdge. 2203 W. Jackson. S-Star. 4161. 17-B3. ,


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PAUL GALLICO LOOKS AT - IT'S YOWELL DREW IVEY CO. IN ORLANDO ./J


FOR. . S 4'

A 4947 A.D. Chronicler '' .




.r American Tribe of 1947. i 17 F


,Er PAUL GALUCO
There was 'piece in the public prints the other day recounting -

the ceremony that took place at a new Westchester .

ranch of a well known New York department store, !! '

in which a show-window dummy, or mannikin, attired in &i JULY 4thIvey's .

the latest 1947 fashions.. was sealed in a specially constructed I .
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copper time-rocket, andlowered :

into the cornerstone of &ZM f \
their Tuberculosis Shows ,
new building apparently as
: offers FANFARE for "FUN-FARE"
an object lesson to posterity when . .

t survivors, digging down through Scheduled on WLOFWith .
e Casuals for the whole family . best wishes ,
f f the debris of time exhume It several Orlando performers enacting -

E thousand years hence. roles in scripts prepared' Fourth!' ./ <

p The department store dummy by Hu Chain of New York author -, t

was tucked away in what was described of the Constant Invader series I

as a snappy little ensem- a number of new 15-minutr : I .
ble of red and black tweed with_a radio programs on tuberculosiswill I

f red jersey hood start on WLOF at 12:45: pm. > .
and the usual accessories today. '
and J i es .
appurtenances-
Pres. Walton McJordan of the i fun-spangled _. / ? :

without which notwist Orange County Tuberculosis and .
Health Assn. announced that W. I /
of this
would be found age O Fowler will play A doctor and I ersI e
Lee Hazen, former president of I I y
either dead
or :
the local Tuberculosis Board will I
alive including a
be the announcer.
genuine make-up alligator case of j

containing all continent some 3,000 years ago
the Boos Bucks and were of the tribe of Good- ( ; _

paints dyes .and time-Char-Leys noted for their garnered the most brilliant stylefa'r. ..
lotions for her Galileo curious custom of making war, A vorites, in popular blazing colors to put '> +? JII' . ,
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kisser which when smeared on defeating their enemies and then . fashion-force in their Fourth. .::.
thickly keep her from catJiing handling over the Royal Treasuryto -;,
the pneumony when she venturesout their victims. Eventually they ;' .. - \
Into the open air a handbag, went broke 'from this since it is I ;: : .
$ ..-.h. .. \ '
obvious that the .
containing a gold compact and percentage was fi t\ -
cigarette holder an extra pair of against them. ? .llA->
nylons In case somebody chases The tomb uncovered not far 'L" (' .:r: \tli '
her up a tree and she gets a run. from the site of the lost twin # "I .fit"' \c -

and a shell pill-box complete. with cities of Man-Hat-Tan and Bron- 4
vitamin pills. Nix. revealed a copper casket con- .
Also the account tells us, a taining the completely petrified lt; / 1
,, small address book was buried body of a female, obviously of -: oJ'.' 4
with her. containing the names I royal lineage from the unpleasant -y..J.'Y' : 1tr .
and addresses of the various I expression on her face a mummy (; \ ;;>';; Look Smart and -

manufacturers who provided her formally identified by Dr. Shnookas a. ) t3T
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outfit and who sell merchandiseto being probably Queen Coca- i f":

the store.Somehow Cola said to have reigned in the WIL !rt IUi Keep Cool i irTa
I feel that a note or dynasty of Hari-Tru-Man in the
I letter of .explanation should have time of Li-Pi Duro-Cher. ..
accompanied all this; or someone MUses of many of the strange
.is likely to get the wrong im- objects found in the casket have 1Wl1t Sun Back DressGirls'
t pression. The dame probably been lost,in time, though the pres- : :
I looked all right when they stowed ence of certain pigments pomadesand : -
her in her time casket, though if a charcoal-like substance ..
she was wearing the usual high- called Mas-Ca-Ra. indicates that .
s ; '
toned sneer usually found on the Queen Coca-Cola was in the habit v . Its cut low, but has a tiny sleeve ,

plaster pusses of these show-win- of painting her face as was apparently -j GABARDINE SHORTS 4 SWIM SUITS _' ;- less bolero when you want to "take -
dow scarecrows I wouldn't guarantee the custom of the savage -" 5- cover." It buttons down the side, in t

how it, but there is no telling tribes of Am-Mer-Ri-Cans. or I .. In brown, green or navy. Strictly tailor- \ 5 .. : aqua, gold or melon with contrasting
modes customs and Dod-Gers. they better
people as were
ed the like them, cuffed the Colorful one-piece rayon Jersey trim Sizes 12 to 18. ,
way you on
will have when known in the Northern iAI -
changed they dig provinces.
'S\t print; midriffed enough to resemble -
leg Sizes 8 to 16.
her up. In fact It is no trick at from time immemorial. It is believed ; a two-piece model. In $14 95 ,
all to conjure oip the report on she did this to frighten her $2.25 7 sizes 4 to 14. . .
the science page of the Daily Tele- subjects. >
blab the thought-newspaper of "Amusing and revealing. according -I : :' $7.98'
.Sportcwear-Ivey's Air-Conditioned fashion.Floor
the year 4947 A. D. when the to Dr. Shnook was the TEE SHIRTS - ., -.
s cornerstone Is cracked and its con- discovery in the casket of a small f ..
tents revealed and it is herewith bound, papyrus containing appar- I of soft cotton knit. Green or yellow stripe 1 ter' Trunks lace up the l sides! of a two-
appended: ently the names addresses and on a white background. Sizes 10 ,to 16. I; piece suit of rayon jersey in. t
The greatest Interest is being telephone numbers of the gentle- .. % Tropical print. In sizes 4 to 14. ..;: <-:
evidenced in the reeent find men-friends of the Queen. "Hu- $1.85 5, '
reported by Dr. Homer J. man nature and Queens do not $4.98 .
Shnook State archaeologist of change down through the years"
the tomb of 'an early queen Dr. Shnook declared with a .
ruler of a race of savages knownas twinkle in his eye "Although she Th'e '
A-Mer-Ri-Cans and fre- had a husband and consort named One-piece style in pique. s%
PEDAL
PUSHERS '
print is loud and shell love
it.
quently referred to the
as Lord: Andtay-Lor. she also had a "
Brookling Dod-Gers a name list of acqaintances and favoritesas ... Trunks shirred onto elastic back.
In sizes 8 to 10. Cotton poplin-your 7 to 14.
the origin of which It lost In long as your arm. From the choice of brown or green.
antiquity. number of names and addresses $5.98
These people flourished on the Queen Coca-Cola was quite a girl. $3.98 \ y


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The Picnic Season Is On \QL

,tl .. The gala picnic season is in full a ing.It'a off to i
the woods, beach park or back yard with picnic 'may t
baskets swinging for glorious hours of fun and ;'1
relaxation. Everyone loves picnics so enjoy your I

share while the weather is sunny. .: .
A Good Line Men'sSWIM ,
on SWIM TRUNKS .: -->_ -
Whether you have your
Fourth of July picnic in your $3.00 to $5.95
own back yard or amid the and PLAY SUITS
confusion of the noisiest
amusement park the( childrencan PLAY SHORTS ,
i, find good food is the key

i to iu success; by Jantzen McGregor B.V.D. $3.00 to $6.95 __
e Everyone will vote for those 1 : .
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? a- wonderful outdoorsy-flavored I' J .1 _
teaks,hamburgers and frankfurters V .--y 46x ,
t. ,grilled over the openfire.I '
If you're going to be "beached" on Boys' Gabardine f
I' sat
the Fourth-and want to "do it up r-i9 SWIM TRUNKS 1

t i brown"-choose your swim-things \ \ iiP' by McGregor 1


I at Ivey's. Wool or boxer style ;,, aY 'c Got."fourth". in one of klcGreglc'strunks

in either plain or fancy pat- -< Blazer models. Combinations of maroon .

terns Boxers have matching shirts. s or tan with ,gold:; or in plain 11-
;V V colors. Sizes 12 to 20.

Play shorts come in three lengths f : .' $2.50

-short, medium or walking, in SWIM SETSV .

.plain colors only. Sizes 28 to 44. '. MCGREGOR TENNIS SHORTS

for Small Boys 'Unlined and ideal far gym. vrojk- f

0_ Q .:: ... _ Lined cotton swim trunks outs, tennis or camp. They're great
I It C1' ..-------- with matching shirt-jacket. double for
----------------i Correct Cosmetics for a Sunny 4th for they trunk# and go
Choice of tan or blue back
.: A Picnic swimming with' ease Tan or
Grin..cook-your-own picnic t grounds with western. prints. navy
I Order Wilson's Certified Stesks. cut 3f to M Inch thick..Let If you're going to be "exposed"- Sizes 4 to 10. blue. 12 to 20. \
: fire burn until it is a mass of glowing coals, then arrange steaks-in ,.' be wise and try not to smart! $3.98 I 1 $2.00t
I I Jonr-handIed broilers and grill slowly over coals.When steaks of this ,
thickness are browned Oft both sides .
they should be cooked
I Certified sufficienUy. Montell Suntan Oil. Montell Tan Pruf
Frankfurten -
and MCGREGOR POLO
hamburger may be cooked in the same I t SHIRTS
... graph broilers) foe:or hamburaen.use sticks for frankfurters- closed. "toasters" (lee photoI ., l25-$3.50; Lotion.U5* SWIM TRUNKS .l.- -
'. Top trunks and shorts off with colorful -
I *Qub'r-bone.porterhouse,sirloin or top round. t hi smaller size, designed likeDad's '
1 , for the little guys. Made of ], striped blazer polo shirts. Navy,
------------------I. < .. t Frances Denney Tan and Protect. $1.50 V printed cotton fabrics. 4 to I. brown and gold. .
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Picnic Farm I
With 1
diced
cup Mix
.. 3 celery. together Elizabeth Arden Sun-Prof Cream. ** $1.50 and $2.00
tbP- salad
For easy eatingpop the meat Into oil. 3 tbsp. vinegar }4 : $1.98
tip salt *
andi 75o S1.25
Up.pepper PoUr ? -
buns and if over
you're a Dagwood
lower tuck in pickle relish, diced fo&hiclten 30 and celery and let marinate >t Elizabeth Arden Suntan Oil. .
'. tomatoes, and green onions. this nirn-time.mixing Just before once or twice durine? 75e-$L2S. Little Beys' ShDp-Ive' Larger B rs' stopIvey'gFourth
serving add
A picnic really isn't official without eUp \\11aoa. Mayonnaise and S = r. Elizabeth Arden 8 hour _I'looi- Fourth floor
potato salad and it well deserves its carefully. cream [for after ear
place of favor. To complete the meal, a a pos re.] .
add deviled Clear Brook Eggs your Put Gct fo inc Picnic $1.50. V
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favorite iced beverage, and watermelon
for dessert. What a picnk No picnk is complete for our family S V Elizabeth Arden Sleek Depilatory.:
anlesa we take along Putzi,our Kerry \f .
"j S Blue icrncr. That means we indude "' $1.00
' HoiW.afht.rVp: in Food.our picnic the basket a tin of Ideal DoC ... YOWELL
"- Chicken salad is an appetite pickercourse nutritionally adequate
\" hot ... meal for .don.: l'no lceal ia w Kathleen Mary Qulnlan Sunburn Lotion. '
. tipper on days and very nuback in tins again Hurrahl I Itedious : 1.00 DREW
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as well. This is my favorite .
FLC I 25% 5 cxsw: Elmo SunburnCream.
dray of making"it: Combine I cup Sincerely yours; > -$1.00.
' -cooked Certified ChicLe di FEDLfAI: 'rAX:0 .,. '
-- George hectors Coty: ,SunUa Lotion or" OIL sL00 ,

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