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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 2, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
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 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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within HALF.A TS-mHc MILLION radius EOrLE of Orloido.Hi LIVE .'
area which crcattt 24 per cent
I of Florida' livestock productiow, 56 5 4 Society Financial, Pages Page 10-11 12

:::':-l of.p r Florida's ce t of famed Florida's vegetable citrus. ;::: ;: 6-7 Russell Kay, Page 16

_ _ _ _ 'Tis a Privilege to Live in Central Florida-The World's Most Beautiful Place for Abundanf\Living -

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YOL. XXIII-NO. 31107 '* '* '* '* ORLANDO. FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY. JULY 2. 1947 SIXTEEN PAGES






I I: Truman Again. Rips GOP Congress






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GathersToday Flood Waters -I .. II Deputy Saves President Blasts



To Sift Crack Four Negro From Economy Move


More LeveesST. 300 LynchersCARROLLTON ,


'VitallssuesOrganization LOUIS [AP] The surg- Ga. [UP] Signs Funds Bill

ing Mississippi River, concen- A heroic deputy sheriff, Russell -

trating its flood waters now Lambert alternately

Setup on the Missouri. and Illinois i I \ pleading at the top of his $400 Million LossIn

Survey Results Due lowlands, burst through four voice and brandishing a lone Revenue Cited

more levees yesterday with added : :;: .; *. .. ...
Bf JACK GURNETT impetus of a 12-inch rise from .- >.>< ,. iL Negro, Eddie Brown. 22. from WASHINGTON [UP] PresIdent
'
[Our On Staff Correspondent torrential local rains forcing ; ; IL almost certain lynching early yesterday Truman made another

LAKELANDToday's evacuation of Dupo and East Car- while the intended victim two-fisted attack on the Re-

meeting of the Florida Citrus ondel t, HI. by their combined j crouched terrified in a jail cell a .
: : ,. publican-controlled Congress
few feet
Commission probably will populace of 3100. away. '
go
Rising waters went over the : It was the third time within six yesterday his fifth"since
down in the records as one of rj : : .. .
Prairie Du Point levee along the T .' : weeks that a Negro 'had escaped June 15.
'
the most impprtant sessionsIn Illinois Central Railroad tracks. f ', ::} lynch law in the South by the This time he aimed his tire at

the nearly 12 years it has been .. narrowest of margins. In Jackson.N. the GOP economy campaign.

in existence. (See Pictures Page 2) ..C., a Negro broke loose and escaped which grew out of promises the

Here are some of the things that from a mob that already Republicans made to the voters

.can-and possibly will-happen and by-passed the Missouri Pa- fNi1 i LhLiI; had snatched him from jail. In last November when they ousted

today; cific Railroad embankment which Hurtsboro Ala., a lynch party hada the Democrats from power

1-A special survey committee, staved off the 1944 flood. rope around a suspected attack- The President signed a bill making -

headed by Latt Maxcy of Frost- In St. Louis lightning struck a > er's neck when the Mayor talked funds available to Operate the

proof may make its first report streetcar and a residence and -tOur Own Staff Photo* Barnes the mobsters out of it. Treasury and Post Office Depart.

temperature dropped 22 degrees ORLANDO ARMY AIR BASE STANDS INSPECTION: Officers Gen. George H. Brett, Col. C. M. Spainhour, Col. W. Patient; three hours. a mob ments during the fiscal year which

(See Editorial Page 4) In an hour. Runoff waters forced and civilians who made the tour yesterday are shown above, back row: Lt. L E. Gamer, Capt. Jack Kaye, Maj. C. H. Read- For nearly Carroll County jail began yesterday.He .
stormed
suggesting certain changes and off sewer coven and a city left to right, front row: Col. H. G. Armstrong, Mayor Beardall, man, H. L. Pfizenoyer_, Capt. C. C_Currier. here. 50-mile west of Atlanta, assailed the lawmakers

alterations in the organizationalsetup street was barricaded after while Russell stood his ground, sharply for making a $90 mutton

of the Commission. pavement bulged from pressureof PUBLIC BLAMED IN AUTO PROFITEERING although at times the mob maul- cut in funds he requested for 'the
Marshall Hits A. L. Stott Heads
2-The Commission is expected loaded storm drains. ed him and threatened to kill Treasury's. Internal Revenue Bureau. -

1 .to take action on the suggestion Upstream across the river a few him as well as the Negro held

made last month by W. E. Bishopof miles from downtown St. Louis, State Dealers Battle for the murder of Andrew Boyd. That agency collects taxes

Citra that it completely scrap the Mississippi washed out the Soviet Criticism Letter Carriers 28. from millions of citizens and

the bi-monthly: Neilson Food In- Chouteau -Nameoki Venice HI. In another room an assistantwas businesses makes refunds to

dex reports which have become a levee, causing Immediate evacua- WASHINGTON [UP] Secre- Racket in Car SalesMembers By ORMUND POWERS frantically telephoning every those who pay too much and

controversial matter-with United tion orders to all families still in tary of State Marshall struck [Or'ando:: MOrT"ng' Sentinel Staff Writer police department. sheriff's office puts the law on the trail of

Growers and Shippers insistinz the area. Through the breach water and State Highway Patrol stationin those who don't pay enough.
CLERMONT-A., L. Stott of
back Russian criticismof
hotly at
Dealers in-
of the Florida Automobile
that the data compiled by the poured to cut off the communities Assn., the vicinity for reinforcements. The president said he had been

statistical agency on the competitive of Grand Tower and Gor- his European recovery"ma-plan cluding those handling both new and used cars, are in some I Bonifay was elected presideht Shortly after midnight strong advised by Secretary of the Tns
yesterday rejecting as a
position ,jot. canned citrus ham, IlL from highway travel. licious distortion", the charge thatU. cases_ using special contracts,.to fight;, profiteering:on_ney'-I of the Florj5Ia:'Rural Letter aid came and the Negro was ury Snyder that thfc...j taetkm

.J Juices bvjnadfe: available to_U for .Last pf.the.:crucial dikes the S. offers to .help Europe were cars, Walter C. ;Maliorywo; eri-said here yesfefdayC' 1 A ? e g1 P slipped rfut a rear entrance of would throw beAwejo '4. aDd

submission, in analytical form.- to j engineers had hoped to.save, Inundation Inspired by Imperialist motives. Agreeing with expressions- a United Press national F ended its three-day meeting the jail under tommy guns of 1,000 bureau employee oft at'W8I'k, ,

Its members. of 36,200 acres of farmlandwas Speaking before a luncheon Is I If here yesterday. a score of officers, and spirited and would result in a direct loss
meeting of the Women's National survey he said the public
3-The Commission may be at stake. Inhabitants were James H. Cantonment of at least $400
Press Club. he lashed out:with the to blame for resales Thompson. away to Atlanta.In milUen in revenue
largely
asked another to month continue,the for at employment least- moved out days ago. bitterest attack he has yet made The Weather through so-called second-hand was named vice-president: his AUanta jail cell. Brown during this fiscal year.

Across the river, begrimed against Russia's political and eco Carroll Emerson .
MicanOpy, sec Mr. Truman's
running controversy
of Julius Langner who has nomic tactics in Europe.He Partly: cloudy through tomor- dealers at profits fip to 50 per said 1 was scared nearly to death.
been on the payroll at $1,500 a workers toiled to strengthen the did not mention the Soviet row. Scattered afternoon evening cent. retary-treasurer; L. C. Sweat Those white men were all over with Congress, whieh Is

month for some months studyIng critically-weakened: Perry County Union by name. but the nature of thunderstorms; gentle, Live Oak, national delegate: Carl the ground outside that jail. If rapidly building up into a major
the export situation-this off anti-American moderate westerly: winds. lie said that about two weeks \V. Moore, Archer, executive committee .
,Mo. levees holding waters the propaganda issue In the 1948 Presidential: election
they had gotten in I jest woulda
to allow him time to make up more than 23,000 farming acres. which he denounced left no doubtof ago the group sent to members chairman: A. K. Henderson. campaign began'Jane
his final reports. been a goner. Brown, a strapping i 18
his meaning.And forms of two contracts designedto .
Maitland. chaplain. D. M.
4-The Commission may hear a The Mississippi at the St. Louis Cracker Jim Sez: farm -laborer identified the when he vetoed the OOP-spon
he made it obvious that prevent the practice, but that Thorpe of Wimauma and GarlandH.
.report from its advertising committee riverfront stood for several hoursat mob leader only as "a man with saved Income tax cat bill.
his words were aimed beyondhis dealers do not them,
of Ole Jed Prod took the day off some use Gordon of Hilliard were electedto
headed by Bill Story 40.1 feet but the Weather Bureau immediate audience to the overalls and ,a straw hat. Sen. Taft CR.-Ohlo] said he does
that hole what'sbeen be of-
Garden which met yesterday yestiddy to fix fearing customers might the executive committee.Thirtyeight .
Winter In Lakeland on recom- predicted a crest of 40.5 feet Paris conference hall where an leakin in his roof. That there fended.At Fulton County Jailer Hugh W. not favor renewed Government
before the fall starts. .80 of a foot Ahfflo French Russian parleyon rascal shore does talk about that delegates from Cromer said Brown had signed a operaUon of coal mines, but de-
[Continued on Pate 5. CoL 5] under the 1844 the U. S. aid program got a. bein a real man's _ _ _ least one Orlando dealer was over Florida attended, and will confession after his arrival here
high.
last minute reprieve from collapse work. He says reported using a contract providing hold their 1918 meet at Panama that he killed Boyd. The Negro Continued on Page 2, eeL 4]
under the weight of Soviet that jobs worsen a $500 penalty for resale in City. said he did It because Boyd teased
; objections. less than six months without observing -
Boy 11 Clawed loadin a haulin him.
Missing Baby The Big Three foreign ministers truck with wet an option for the dealersto Carriers yesterday heard Lewis French Claim

Chewed to Death staved off collapse of their con- sand, an that the buy the car back at a stipulated Lofton Moneyway, Washington,
and Willard Manning, Ponce De- 'Deathless 4th'Plea
ference the Marshall price.
on plan
Found Alive next time he has
I By Five Bull DogsNEW Tuesday night when Soviet Dele- to haul themshingles Some of the new cars are sold Leon.teeman.national L.: C.executive Sweat presided commit- Plot Smashed 1
LEES CAMP, Cal. (UPJ A lion gate Molotov agreed to consultthe up a at a premium of from $200 to $600 and Invocation was by Chaplain Brought To
Kremlin on a French com home-made lad- by purchasers, who told dealers PARIS [API National Security
hunter yesterday found blonde YORK [AP An 11-year- Henderson. Ladies' auxiliary met
baby Greta Mary Gale. 2 1-2. alive old Bronx boy was chewed and promise. der and tack they urgently needed them in their at the, Woman's Club, Mrs.\. Loy Drivers by Patrol Police said yesterday a conspir-
down with a' choppin: ax that he'sshore businesses. Mallory said. Carlan presiding. ators' plot to seize all of France'smilitary
i and well in the brush of a mountain clawed to death yesterday by five Chinese Claim Huge goin to be primed with some Musical entertainment was offered Pointing to the terrific death
mile of bull dogs, one of which apparentlyhad totals over the Fourth of July in airports and her fighter
slope within a quarter of Jim Weatherbee's eagle water. at the annual banquet Mon-
the log Summer home from which gone mad. police reported. Red Losses in Siege Jed said the only reason he could Corn Futures Reach day night, with Karl Lehmann past charge years of ,the Sgt.Florida Bill Norris Highway in and bombing planes had been

46.hours before Patrolman Louis Rissone. 31, investigating NANKING. China IUP1 Pro- finish that job was cause the sun Lake County Chamber of Commerce smashed. .
Patrol for this
she. disappeared the incident. also was Government sources reported yes- wasn't a shinin and the rain was New Record Price secretary master of cere- district yesterday The plot evidently was part'of
littleTshirt, urged all drivers to be careful and
Clad only in a attacked and knocked to the erday that Nationalist troops who sprinklin rite regular. CHICAGO [API Corn futures monies. observe traffic rules over the an overall plan by a Right Wine
her good condition aroused doubts ground by the mad dog before rescued the Manchurian rail city okTODAY'S sold at a new all time high at the Participating were John Ed- three-day holiday. underground organization which
:. that she actually had been wandering other policemen shot and killed of Szepingkai Monday found it TIDES Board of Trade when the July munds, Mrs. William Edmunds, "We are anticipating a numberof called itself the Black Maquis to
woods of this the animal. authorities said. "littered with Communist dead." Daytona Beach Tide: High 7:05 .m. Shirley Christenson, Del o res overthrow the Fourth Republic by
alone In the contract sold at $2.04. Previous nasty accidents over the
sod 7:28 p.m.; Low 1:04: a.ln. and 12:51pin. : Walker Shirley Tegg. and Helen .
Police told this story: Gen. Chen Min-Jen. Commanderof civil war next month, and estab-
1 Sierra Mountain country high of $2.03ii was June 26. Brown. Agnes Johnson. Don Fourth Norris declared. "Manyof
rugged The boy, Stanley Balabana lefta 15,000 Nationalist troops who Caeca Beach Tide Rlih 7:15 a.m. and E. these be avoided by simple lish a military dictatorship. The
nights with 7.38 Low 1:14 a m. and 101pm. All grains gained in the early Smith. Clermont, was chairmanof may
for-two days and two Bronx swimming pool to get defended ''the city for 19 days, p.m.; Government earlier announced
observance of the rules of the
Sebaatian Inlet Tidees High 7:10 a m part of yesterday's trading, and at local events.
temperatures dropping to near some eye glasses he had left outsIde toldChinese newsmen that the and 1.33 p.m.; Lo".-1:09 a.m. and 12.58 the peak wheat was up as much as road and use of common sense. the Black Maouls* plan had been

freezing 'accompanied \>y heavy -- ; Communists lost"at least" 50,000 pm.Sun Phaaea: JUan 5.32: sets 726. 5 cents a bushel, but profit cashing British Seek Balkan "One slogan which nay help thwarted.
Later. another boy, Joseph Sher- killed or wounded. trimmed the advance. reduce the anticipated total is The police organization's general -
frosts. er. 15. saw five dogs running PIWIATRZR.-------------: '* 'Red Aid in Food Deal 'If you are drinking, don't drive Information bureau said Capt.
I When she disappeared, the baby around and chewing'on an object. LOCAL TEMPERATURES Roger Prat of
the French Air
New Truman Plane Sets Recorded b t7. .. Weather Bureau at and If you are driving, don'tdrlnkV'
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Coming closer he saw the .lolaaie1pal AirPert: Ship Blast Kills 68, LONDON [lAP The British he said. Alcohol Is a Force had been arrested in connection -

; Gale Jr. Oakland., was wearing boy's .bare feet. chewed to the Unofficial Speed Mark a.m. Maximum__ 78 U: Minimum 1; P.ln. _73I ___ 'rS Others,Believed Trapped Government is negotiating with factor in a great number of the with the military airport
bone. protrudingfrom some tall 3 I.M. _n 78 2 Pm. 763a.m. I Hungary and Yugoslavia as wellas accidents we Investigate." plot. At a given signal. the police
overalls under the shirt. WASHINGTON UP J Pru.Truman's . .......__ _
grass about 200 feet from the _.75 3p.m. ____ "I' ROME TAP] Sixty-eight persons with Russia for large quantities Norris pointed out the patrol Is said many members of the
Ed Heeler one ot the few new Douglas DC-6 4 a.a. 18 411.m. 80 were killed and several others I of food John Strachey. food minister Air Force would seize
pool. 5 a.m. .....-.,.. 78 I P.m. 80 powerless to avert accidents unlessit attempt to
members of a 350-man posse The boy was pronounced dead. plane, the Independence, arrived 6 a.ln. 71 8 II.ID. 51I were believed trapped below I disclosed yesterday. Strachey receives the full co-operation of the frying fields.
found here last night at 10:40: p.m. after a.IIL 'i8 'r p.m. 50a decks when the Italian said the Government hoped to
horseback yesterday As
who was on from loss of blood.Rissone was not I.IIL 11 I 5 p.m. 50S the public. He issued a plea to the Security Police ranged
her cowering tangle of setting an unofficial inter-city munitions ship Panlgaglia explOded make agreements that would "fit through France
a critically hurt. a.m. 80 I 9 p.m. 79loam. all drivers to make this a death- seeking to capture -
brush. trees and fallen logs aPparently record for transport planes on thoflight. 53410p.m. 79ii at Porto Santo Stefano, in well" with the aid-Europe pro- less 4th. conspirators Involved In
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i frightened of the men ,from Santa MonIca Cal. a.m.. ___:-___ 14 7$ t t 11 IolidDllh&p.m. :...._ 'f8JlloolI. TiTEMPESATUNES near Civitavecchia, the Port of gram of U.S. Secy of State George the revolutionary' conspiracy: it
scouring the countryside for her. Lake Ashby DrownngVictim's Piloted by Lt. Col. Henry Myers. Rome the Italian news agency. i C. Marshall. was announced that Claude
made the in six Slav UN Emissary Hints
the plane flight ELSEWHERE: ANSA reported. I
Finding of the baby came too Body FoundNEW hours and 40 minutes t airport to H.gN Low H&i L.wAshvlfl. I ChaoveL 20, son of the Secretary -
a'J M Meridian 94 'itAlaDta I I World Sterilization U.S. Balkan Intimidation General of Foreign Al fainMinistry
late to prevent a tragedy. Her SMYRNA.. BEACH UP1 airport time!. .5 74 Miami 90 "18AUanUe '
Third Threat had been arrested.
grandfather, John H. Tolan. Oakland The body of Margaret Mae Ma- ) t5tj 1S.2 63'72 Mlan.-st.Paul New Orl.an& 75 H 57BIrminsham Ti i. Party Of 'Unfit' ProposedLONDON LAKE SUCCESS, N. Y. [DPI Earlier. a man 'Who described
retired Democratic Congressman chek. 31. who drowned in Lake Marshall Field 4th Divorced Boston 86 8' New York IT 69Chicare Labeled 'Blackmail'CHICAGO Yugoslavia protested yesterdaythat himself
from California died of here Monday was I I at as Norfolk 90 '71 (UP] Margaret Sanger -I Balkan countries were subjectto as a leader in the attemptto
a heart attack Induced by the Ashby near re-I MANCHESTER. N. H. [lAP Cleveland 78 n Philadelphia 91 70 [TAP Louis F. Bu- American advocate of birth "open intimidation" and hinted establish an "antt-CommuntoV
Police yesterday. 112
covered by Mrs. Joan Field, wife of Marshall Dallas 100 7. Pb..B1s fllJ former editor of the Daily control, yesterday proposed sterilization Government in Prance said 2S-
denz
shock of her disappearance and Machek. who was unable to swim I Denver 14 4'J PorUaDd.Ye. 7$ 62 i that the United States was to
the strain of aiding the search 'Field 4th. son of the Chicago publisher DeUol' 80 6. RIchmond 90.,0 Worker. official Communist newspaper for "people of low mental i blame.Dr. 000 armed men were ready to lead
party. was boating with boat her brother.a I'I was granted a divorce yes- Duluth n PaM 110 95 11'J4 San 8\.Loua Antonio 82.8 68 75 said yesterday the Communists ability, morons and imbeciles" and Joza Vllfan made the a "march on Farts at the appropriate -
_ _ _ _ James, when the overboard sprung and terday in Hillsboro gh County Kansas City 88 412 SanP'ranc 61 50KnozW. I are threatening the Tru- asked for UN help In declaring a charge before the UN Security moment"
leak. She Jumped Superior Court. She charged. .2 13 seattle 82 '52Lee man Administration with a third "moratorium on babies in starving Council denying that Yugoslavia I The self-designated spokesman
efforts to save her failed. LaseIrl .1 $3 VIckb.rg M 70 "
Tonight's Movies "I cruelty. LoWnWe $4 70 Wsahegto$ 11 'n' party as "political blackmail. countries for 10 years. had ever stirred up trouble and of the Black Maquis boasted the
plot would not be crushed by the
laying infiltration In Greek affairs
BtACHAMTht Shocking Mil* TOf rim. -
School
IJi 333.: 9:40. 740. 9 40. Fire Razes Georgia together sides' than the arrest of conspirators.: ,
ROXY.Th, Ehoektnt. UIM Wrrom. 135. VALDOSTA. Ga. IUP1 Fire razed WERLY PREDICTS 'NEW ERA FOR PRIVATE ENTERPRISE' Slit.vs. _
3.33.: 540 740. 940.COLONT
; The Beaat'Wtt)> Pin Pinter the two-story grammar school 13 lops Die in Rail Wreck i
:3:J4. .:18 'U: The \(Macniflcent-. building at Adel neat here'yesterday -
:: : TOKYO Wednesday fAPJ A
S.OO. 4:&" ':48. 10:42.
,GRANDBeat Tb 8&.... 3-2S S:10. 7-SO. and last night the loss was Where They're Biting! jammed transcontinental train left
lo'n: Tht Bowery'100.345,525, .:10.FIALTO estimated at, more than 150000. ,
: The. Becre,*..Heart. 12$.. 335.3SLbL Housing Act Draws Praise HerePlans Chobies and flounders being. the rails and partly overturned;
S.41. 7 47. t S3. : 150 miles west of Osaka kffli&z
caught at Canaveral Pier Cocoa
VOODB:7.57.My P::z.rttl Brnttte.. 5DO. bait available -Eddie FIscher ; I 13 Japanese and injuring 52. Japanese '
DRTTK IN: perUosa Bohdar.APOPKA VACATION TIME Press dispatches reported
: Ur Brother Tmlka To Rom. for millions of dollars in lug activities which will mea dollars .\' commenting on the provision "However a quick survey Indicates - yesterday. Such trains "off
are
CLEKMONT Cod*.; Rule" ./Step* *_Qa\i Tb. .Untrtttm Have The Orlando Morning building long delayed by restric- In the pocket of everyone j for a 15 per cent increase in rentson that many" landlords will not I limits" to Allied personnel and
DELANO: Cockeyed Miracle DKEKA: tions and red tape. can now go long-term leases. Werly said: increase rents. it
Sentinel follow you on your from the day laborer j was believed unlikely that any
ne Time. Flac' and the up. i to the small
OirL is fair
forward Pres. Al Werly of the This only
ITTSTIS: :' Her ._ Werly: declared the President'scall 1947AM Julq 19+7 I foreigners were involved.
Bister Secret.GROVKLAJJD order
: )I"..5'sietVsr ..Unit .vacation. When you your Florida Assn. of Realtors said yesterday "One of the best features. he landlord x x x those who have for an investigation of the . _
(SwedUh Dialac-Sncuah Titles) paper stopped'at home, "let us in commenting on the signing stressed "lies In the fact that :been made to suffer unusual hard- real estate lobby was too ridiculous Mm: %. :VW W.JW ** Germans Leave
LAK@nJz5.5.Tw.; smart jnwLEEfeBORCI People. know where .you want It sent of the Housing Act by Pres. those who have long wished to ship because of immense rises in for comment, were it not Red Zone
: Bl.:Town, -. summer.. by Truman. build can now do so. This will I taxes and other costs when the Income for the unfair Insinuations. 235 STuTTGART CAP1 Gen. La-
LKSBOHQ; Sic; Town.' FAIN; Lock for'the The rates leave vacant many older homes for i of the tenant has increasedfar cius D. Clay said yesterday Ute -
Terror-MOUNT DOHA! "_" man'are the same and If you "The signing of the bin opens rent or for sale to veterans and II .more. . . "Realtors of the United States 6 7 8 9 10) 11- 12 number of Germans croasinc iD*- -
SAtrPORD: IUor.rti: : "Sf/J: Pre! ,'.;ou may-,pay .your bill a new era for private enterpriseand those in the lower income group. The big landlord In the big gladly welcome an investigation of sally from Russian to American
ST. CLOUD: That Way with Women. is of vital Importance to i house class has tenants their real efforts to help veterans 13141516171819 occupation had increased
J42JEB OARDENX That Brennin Olrtwf72IF5AE when :return. '* x x x A real sense of freedom pervades i apartment zones
you Florida community,
?: Ber alas every the situation.. Building and i of income who have long been xxx this [group] give of their recently but that; there wa
roo.LADLAJfD-POLJC PALACR TaTbe: I>*c1OU4'JWn. .: .Orlando :Morning: Sentinel! ,Wetly, : declared. material men have already reported able and willing to pay a small Increase own time and pay their own expenses 20 2122 23 24 25 Z6 nothing substantiate rumors of

JAKZ: ,1'UmIa LaU.a Mss. .- II I "It means a program of expand. ..> phenomenal. rise..m orders. I In their rents* z z x" an organized exodus. ,


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Page 2Killer rlanfcn fHrmtUtgAMERICA'S rrniinr'q.r. 1 Wednesday, July 2, 1947 Club Members (Public Spends More, Gets Less Youth InjuredATLANTA

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[AP] The public "Although consumers probably -
LosesCourt' spent more money and receivedless spent more daring the first
for it during the first half of half of 1947 than they did In the ikdiJohn
h Show 'Increase In
1947 than it did In the same period same period of 1946 they received -
of 1946, the Federal Reserve less goods for their money
Bank of Atlanta reported 'ester-- and they bought different typesof
FightCHICAGO p NEW YORK (UP) MembershipIn merchandise. Willie McGee 15, OlIo
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T'r ,
.a px 3nt day.Sales
r the "Billion Dollar Club" of during the first half of "Prices of all commodities sold Vista, was admitted to Orange
American business enterprises has I this year the bank said in its,in retail stores according to the Memorial Hospital last night with
AP] Pearl McAden. monthly review of business condi- U. S. Department of Commerce's
53, former Tampa Negro peace risen to 45, although resources of ttions i "probably surpassed those Index were about a quarter higher injuries suffered in a collision between .
officer lost his fight in Criminal .I I' 4! curT the nation's leading 'banks have i of the first half of 1916 in. dollar on an average during the first his motorbike and a truck
I dropped sharply since the end of volume by 7 per cent." half of this year than they were driven by Julius Matthew Hurdon,
Court yesterday to quash proceedings et World War II. the annual'United The bank which covers the 6th during the first half of 1946." 41. Ocoee.
for his return to Florida to Press of billionaire District-Alabama, Florida Geor- State Hwy. Patrolman Murray
survey con- < resume serving a life murder term. cerns showed yesterday.The Tennessee-then said May, Garssons Called Thomas said
: him the
told
Hurdon truck
Chief Justice Harold was
O. Ward assets of commercial banks
ruled'that McAden be remandedto generally have declined over the for the same concerns at the Patriots by Defense being driven east on Winter Gar-
Rd., in the west end of
den Orlo
past 15 months as the Treasury close of 1915.Metropolitan.
Florida officers but granted a WASHINGTON API The defense Vista when the motorbike with-
has its
stepped up program of debt Life Insurance
stay of extradition until Aug 4 retirement by calling: Government Co., America's top company since classed former Rep. AndrewJ. out lights, going in the same direction -
to permit the appeal McAden securities held by such institu- 1944. again holds first place May [D.-Ky.l and the Gars- appeared just after he met
the son munitions makers as wartime another car, shortly after 8 p4n.
financial giants with
among
plans to appeal to the IIUnois.Supreme
tions.As a result the latest assetsof assets of $8,045,443,467 compared patriots yesterday and contendedthe Thomas said the boy suffered!
Court.3fcAden's Government was "cruel" to lacerations of the face, knee and
the nation's 45 biggest busi- with $7,561.997,270 on Dec. 31,
attorneys, Ulysses: ,; < ..; nesses have fallen to $103,456-. 1945. Bell Telephone was second I bring them to trial for bribe conspiracy right hand, with a possible head
Keys. Levi Morris and James A. 'J 016,905 from 9107.065,003,625 and Prudential Insurance third. injury. No charge was m&de.IBBMiMBB .
Greene argued the validity of the ... S. B IBB BBIBBMBBBBiBiBBBBiBBBBBMBBBBBB BlBBiJM of
extradition papers.. -
.
Keys charged lack of attestations L
} by the clerk of Hillsbo-
rough County. Fla, and absence iA m-
I of a judge's certificate of con-

| riction. y a \ I
; James Cunningham. Cook Coun- f vJ
: ty (ID.] assistant State's attorney, MIDWEST yes I 'y dy
r however said the duly certified terday continued its long bat x a
*signature of the Florida Governor tle against rising flood waters
I i For A s
|I on the extradition request was all of the Mississippi end Missouri L :
I that was necessary to give the request Rivers swoITen their I r /
by
| full legal force. I
I tributaries. Above is shown I
of the fight against enraged
part
Sugar Exchange Renews I i\
e
Old Man River as volunteer FestiveFOURTH
Trade After War Lapse workers under supervision 1 ti l R a :l
I NEW YORK rAP Sugar Exchange of Army engineers pile thousands 1I .
here resumed trading Insugar of sandbags on top of a I .
futures yesterday after its t'' t I
almost weakened levee ct the Chain 1I
six-year wartime suspension. -
First sale was made at 6 of Rocks Bridge in St. Louis, 1 1a 1r 1s .. r _
T.cents a pound for May. 1948. de- where yesterday sewer covers I
livery Compared with the current were popped off by the force of
f spot price for raw sugar of 6.13 runoff water and A&P: is out to help you celebrate the Fourth! We've ,
cents and 8.25 cents for refined. one city lr stocked our shelves and packed our produce bins NECTAR \IL ED SPARKLE GELATIN
street was barricaded after j with a wide variety of taste tempting foods. You'll > Lb. 36" pkrs. 20C
Rasmussen Marital pavement bulged from pressure find all the fixin's for high holiday fta Un' marked TEA rkr. '" Dessert t 3 --tor
of storm drains loaded to with easy-on.your budget prices. So plan to marketat
Battles Stalemated capacity. Right is shown an ..a A&P . you'll not only get delicious foods but .
save to boot
CHICAGO (AP) The marital afternoon stroll in muddy money A&P: BRAND-GRADE A CALIF.BRAND GRATED

battles of Robert V. Rasmussen. waters at West Alton, Mo., as WE WILL 6 0%.
40, former board chairman of the z I BE OPEN ALL DAY APPLESAUCE No. Z TUNA 33c
the Harold Adams Harriet 1761
National Tea Co., and his red- family, Can
haired wife. Clarice. 28. ended in 10, Eric, 2, and Nancy, : WEDNESDAY, JULY 2d CanA .
a stalemate yesterday.The 5, take things with a smile. f H ,,1rt
court held neither Mrs. CLOSED ALL DAY FRIDAY, JULY 4 EXTRA STANDARD
Hasmussen's charge of cruelty nor &: P SILVERBROOKCREAMERY

Rasmussen's allegation of deser- Miami Barkecp Indicted a +Mi.' W MATOES 16c

-;f Uon,had.been proved.Wlscon.s1n In Slaying of Children HSe In Our Superile Meal Department BUTTER Lb.Ctn. 7"1e No. 2 Size CanHerman's

placed the first State MIAMI [ U P1 Tavern owner
unemployment compensation act Chris Russell, 59, was indicted Brand
in.America into effect July 1. 1934. yesterday on four counts of mur- c Orange ft* gg OREGON PURPLE FRESH A&P GRADE A .
tt GOLDEN SWEET
[Skinless I Weinerslb.SSC PRUNE

"" .+ I PLUMS: 22c CORN x CanPURE a. I 17 c:

1" .
Assorted I00'h VEGETABLE

COLD CUTS Ib.39c NUTLEY SHORTENING

d11' Police Widen/ / Hunt Truman Again Smoked + 45c OLEO Lb. 36c dexo Lb. 39c:


For Jewel ThievesNEW PICNICS 4-6 Avg. lb. .1

ORLEANS (UP] Police I Fresh Dressed 'and Drawn ALL POPULAR BRANDS -
!. continued their search Tuesday 69c ::
Raps CongressContinued .
# for 'a band of well coordinated FRYERS lb. .. ._.
x thieves wlfo stole a tray of dia Carton I :-- Sl 75 .
"- .: monds valued at $10,000 from a .-..: ..
[ from rage 1] Fresh Dressed and Drawn
t
\:
lb.CIGARETTES 3'
: --. "Tt downtown New Orleans Jewelry 2 __:_ 5 c .
.N =- store.Investigating'. Glared'that now is the time to face ; HENS P gs. -
/ detectives said descriptIons '
the coal-dispute problem.
Take along the economical big 3 RDp of the four men and the
.; woman involved in the theft Mon- If a crippling: strike develops
Gordon TWIN- F SUNSWEET'PRUNE SUNSWEET PRUNE
-
bag-or handy = RESH Square In
day matched that of similar he said Pres. Truman should I
a
PAce.Won't let chip crush I Al'O CHIPS Jewelry quintet that stores successfully In Birmingham robbed appoint the new a board Taft-of Hartley inquiry Labor under Cooked HAM! Tin Lb. '9c Juice qt. bot. ZC I Juice Ho. 2 an 15..:

o Ala., Miami. Fla.. and Baton I
aCMG Rouge. La. Act..Rep. Hartley [R.-NJ.L coauthor -
rt/E/ 6E of the act said if a coal i

GORDON'S der in the slaying of his two children strike develops next Tuesday, I Superite
and the shooting of two when the miners' 10-day vacation L.5 C SWEETHEART
.4 neighbors last month. The Grand ends, he will seek new legislation Lamb Logs shank off f Ib. Pea Beans or Xavy 23c i f

POTATO CHIPS! Jury the charged deaths first of Peggy degree 11.murderin and ." to halt. "monopolisticstrikes. I TOILET BEANS ,Ib. box ;

Johnny Russell. 8, who were blud- Speaker Martin [R.-Mass.l said : Fresh Frozen-Dressed and Drawn SOAP
geoned with a baseball bat.FOODMART.
49 C
early House passage of a new $4 I .
t billion tax cut is likely if Senate I DUCKLINGS Ib. Giant Bar I4c White HouseAPPLE .- 23c
leaders are ready to go ahead with '
.
.
the bill. It would become effective I Just Right ,for Frying; 2 Sled. 17c SAUCE, q t. of :_
next Jan. 1, instead of July 1 as Bars
in a measure vetoed by Pres. Tru I
man. Borden Slatted t
A Senate-House conference Uncle Ben's Converted Long Grain 4 FT CHOCOLATE 35c I
deadlock over operating funds for : 'c MILK
-
PALMOLIVE
Federal labor and security agencies -' RICE Ib.I box FLAVOR Lb Can !;
.
ended when the joint committee I
f COLLEGE 2203 EDGEWATER DRIVE agreed on a bill providing : TOILET t
PARK $1,675 million for the 1948 fiscal Clapps Strained Van Camps Prepared !
PRICES GOOD THURSDAY year. I I7C SOAP SPAGHETTI with CheeseTomato 23c
THROUGH '
SATURDAY This was about $2 million less I BABY FOOD 2 jars and Meat Sauce. 17 0%. jar
PHONE-2-47B6 than the Senate proposed. Simultaneously -
.
PAVED PARKING LOT IN REAR OF'STORE ,
the Senate approved 2Med 17cGeorge
Western A Grade < FRESH $551,813,000 for the State Commerce -j A-Penn ICO ft Penn Magic Chef Creole < .
DRESSEDFRYERS Wilson Clearbrook Lb. and Justice I 1
Departmentsand
i IEEF i MOTOR OIL 2 g S9 RICE DINNER Ib. 19c
Lb. HENS the Federal Judiciary for the gal can can ;
Chick Duller _.___,_6ge next fiscal year's expenses. I
j Raasl5c The figure Includes $13,470,000

f Brisket Stew _32c RABBITS Keyko Oleo -_33e for the of America State broadcasts Department'sVoice and ,jl A-Penn Paste WOODBURY'S Sun Ripe Large RipeOLIVES 35c

Club SteakHamburger __..ISc FROZEN BIRDSEYE FISH Potato Salad -29c other grams.foreign information pro WAX 1 ib. can 39c TOILET 9 OIl can

Sen.Taylor W-Ida.1 asked the
I I _..310 Cole Slaw pkg. I9c Senate to Investigate the real estate SOAP .
Washington Instant
lobby which Pres.Truman denounced Jane Parker Famous

t SLICED BACON, Ik. ,.____I3e j III I KINGAH'S PURE LARD, lb. 20c sighted In an group.angry as a"speech"selfish; Sen.and Wherry short- COFFEE 4 oz. can '39c.Bar tOe Angel Food Cake 10 o:. 39CS

[R.-Neb,] accused Mr. Truman of
I HOUGH'S' DM FOOD : 2Tc SELECT BEEFLIVER, Ib. 63e "low down political methods" and I Ballards Plain or Self Rising
'_ demanded that the Chief Execu-I 47 C Jane Parker FamousDONUTS
i FLOUR 5 Ib. box
WISCONSIN tive either prosecute the realty OCTAGONGRANULATED .
i WESTERN SUB BACON 63cHERMAN'S AGED lobbyists or "apologize to Congress doz. 19c
CHEESE, I Ib. ______49c I
DMax W. Ball director of the Interior Old Dutch
: WIENERS ___.43c DEL MONTE COFFEE Ib. 41cARMOUR'S Department's oil and gas 19c SOAP SUGARED OR PLAIN
division told the House Commerce I CLEANSER 14-oz. cans
I Committee that future exports of I GRAINS
I TREAT -_____35c TALL gasoline and oil will bescreened j A&P Famous Seeded

: CAN SACRAMENTO MILK, can 10lC "to see that they are in the broad f Bordens Chocolate lb. Giant Loaf 15 C I
2Vi ------ national interest. Criticism of ex- an. Pkte. 30c RYE BREAD
5 yc
PEELED APRICOTS _____I9c HUNT'S PREPARED ports ground to for Russia his testimony.served as back- MEMO Powder or Liquid S i

12 02. DEL MAIZ I PRUNES : _____.....2lc Reps. Sikes [D.-Fla.] and raceID.Os '
,
will t
they
] announced
CROP -
iNIBLET CORN, 2 far .___.2ScNO. I ask the House today to appro- 8 uMp S a GOODNESS "':.
TOMATOES priate $3 million to begin construction 16: UR E
a' !
2 for 25c ti
Z CAN I ---___ of the Apalachicola-I ", o ,

SWING PEAS, 2 far ____ I9e FIELD NO. 2 CAN PEAS KELLY'S in Flint Alabama-Chattahoocb.ee Florida and waterway Georgia I Fresh 11 oz. basketDATES WATERMELONS PRICED .

2 .for ______29cNaa with the initial sum to be ; 27C REASONABLY
BESMAID spent on a multi-purpose dam i CANTALOUPES -" :ACCORDING t

RITZ t-lfc.( sfcg. ________27c SALAD DRESSING, pi. __ 19c at Although Chattahoochee.controls limiting credit I i Golden Ripe PLUMS MANGOES ;:;,";TO MARKET i I

-S. FRANCO-AMERICAN selling of autos refrigerators, BANANAS 2 Ibs. 21' PINEAPPLES QUOTATIONS i

SUPER SUDS, pkg. <___.25c II SPA BETiI, can 1-_____ 1 DoMX home chandise furnishings remained and in effect other doubt mer-, .

was expressed as to how long this S r.
VEGETABLES' will be so.Legislation. : CALIF. '+
h ,
< :
allowing veterans to I ICEBERG .'
I cash, terminal pay bonds on or ,
BLISS POTATOES after Sept. 1 was approved unani- LETTUCE
Iks.I
RED 3 for
.. '. ....._-----------25c: mously the House Armed Serv-
YELLOW ONIONS .2 His. for \ ices Committee.About nine million Large t _
-
I ---------- -- i5c bonds are outstanding, with a face y i
---------- value of $1,800 million. Heads I {
; ICEBERG LBTTITCEZ

-- for --------____________-___ 25c The international free trade
FRESH 'LOUPES PEACHES tone in New Orleans is the only 19c
AND PLUMST' one in the United States where 481 N. ORANGE 118 W. FAIRBANKS 56 E. SOUTH ST.
private businesses may operate ORLANDO WINTER PARK ORLANDOjOL
their own activities.
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E Hotels l Hita Rr om Rat I IP': WEEK'END FOOD 5PCIALE ,

... . . .... -- .. '

t Associated Press] structions from owners but it i tI reached that "in new of the I' I
t Many permanent hotel residentsin I was reported reliably that informal I current Summer situation" none I, 1 FOR THE
cities throughout the country t agreement had been ; of the hotels would increase i i'

were notified Tuesday that their i I rates.Reports] from the various cities I

room rates are going up. ii included: :
-A spot check of representative Landlords Get New York-The New York Hotel '' i i
citiex from i Assn. said it does not expect,' I
coast to coast Indicated+ !
drastic" although
"very
anything
that with the death ot OPA controls be adjustments [
there "may some
; on hotel rents, the majority!+ Rent! Warning to balance inequities in rents." I I
,of permanent hotel residents could I Chicago-The Edgewater Beach!
expect some upward revision in I Hotel said it would boost rates for
their rates. I its 400 permanent guests"no higher -j
The situation varied radically 1 An OPA warning to Orlando : than 15 per cent" next month. !
even within individual cities but a landlords to take, it easy on rent Philadelphia-Most hotels were I' -

,most 15 per frequently cent boost reported.was the figure i I by increases W. L. Jones was,sounded area rent yesterday di.rector.1 planning Denver-Goy.15 per cent Lee rate Knous boosts.of I!I July 4th . time for the traditional family holiday outing, and we're all set for it here In ..I F...1..rd. t.d..t.e..

Some hotels said no increase in t, He explained that I Colorado said he received reports +! our stores. too Look at the swell list of topnotch picnic foods and at prices to suit your :
rates was contemplated. Other ho- creases up to 15 per cent are provided of several "sharp" rent food budget. For a bigger and better holiday outing at lower cost make your picnic needs ;
tels I in new regulations on lease jumps. One man earning Sl'O t
reported increases ranging from our ad-buy here and save.
where both tenant had his tour- II LOVETT'5list i
from a "moderate adjustment" to i arrangements monthly he said ,
isolated boosts tIp to 300 per cent 1 and landlord rte.such an agreement ist camp rent boosted 300 percent I )
,. or more. I' must be filed with and approved -: to $240<< a month. i Von Camp's F
;< [In Orlando some hotel managers '- by the rent office before ; St. Louis-Most hotels reported j !
i did not have, specifie in- i becoming effective. they planned increases "averagingjust '
I motor courts and tourist under 15 cent" effective
Hotels per i
I!homes are decontrolled under new I AUK. 1.Kansas. j PORK {I BEANS .NO. 2 IJic
TERMITE CONTROL 1 1 regulations but owners and operators City-Hotel Assn. ,said, Quantity Rights Reserved
are required to request decontrol -,"no concerted effort" to raise
: ZO YEARS DEPENDABILITY I by the rates was expected as most hotels : :
on forms provided Prices Good All Day Wednesday July 2,
t CALL. PHONE. : OR WRITER I rent office. have only few permanent patrons. 1 The Perfect Meat for PicnicsPREM : .

;R n. L, UUA715V4 nftv I II I 1 Thursday, July 3, and Saturday, July 5 F
IRMA_ST.RADIO I 12'
Officials (Consider: 3 -I.

i SERVICE Cans Stores Will I Be Open All! Day Wednesday i;i a

._ _ I
L '' '
Closed All Day Friday, July 4
i HOME MOTOROLA AUTO Utility'Pre> posal II ;
: Expert record-changer servJc work 1 KINGAN II
guarantee Pickup and Delivery + Dr.
: HANS Swift's Premium 55 W. Jackson St. 70 E. Colonial i
TOM I PRICE .
Economy Auto Supply Store By i TENDERED
I ZJS S. Ora are Ave& Plume,C4I3J I [Our Own Stoff Correspondent! Boned and Rolled 220 S. Orange Blossom Trail ; _
DELAND-Florida Powe r Corp's. offer of an estimatedme i
-- -- $8,600 annual increase in inca ( or savings to the city for Whole or fj f Veal Shldr. Roast 417 W. Church St. 133 E. Robinson Ave. i
new 30-year franchise M nday night was held under 1C i
I a.3
i >entmel=JI>far advisement by the City Com:nissioners pending rtudy and !I Shank half Ib 59c WINTER PARK STORES 4; .
report by the 12-man citizens committee appointed several
::MOVES. MERCHANDISEI months ago to make recommendations -.>! Round Bone ff 301 E. Park Ave. 124 t Park Ave. _

i I rn m m m 1- ... for the future of Delands : Government EndsVets' Butt half O3t U. S. Good & Choice Veal Rib Ii
electrical utility system.

: 6,Daily 1\Ionths-U.993 CirculationPast I Officials of the power company'I Auto Plan I II END SLICES, lb. .. .59c CHOPS Ib 65C'I! !
: to replace
made their proposal i I
t the former 3D-year franchise I, WASHINOTCX lAP) The Oov-.I aNTEOLI./ ., ((6 E ...T9.U.,S. Good ie Choice Veal ShJOr.GRQPS t i i1 4 /J1 ,
f I winch expired here June 34. )eminent yesterday terminated Its II lb. 5& + ( ff4, 700a
WELLS DRILLEDAnywhere An attempt by Comms. Johnson !'program of free automobdes to;i Oscar Mayer Blue Brand.BACON \\1\\\\1 j
and Uolden to "by-pass, the amputee war veterans. }I U. S. Good &Choice Veal !

I in committee and make an imme- \.!i said The that Veterans. at last accounting. Administration 13 000 \i'i'I I' 1 lb. Layer 65C SIRLOIN lb. 69c \\:11:! { Delta ."..1->1''" _

FLORIDAANY diate decision on the proposalwas !I I!veterans had received automobiles\I II i PICKLES 8 oz.l2fCChurch's
turned down after Mayor i I and the applications of several III
r :thousand others had been approved. Tender. Juicy Club Fresh Ground _
i SIZE Fut a stated' he was obligated Seven thousand applications! STEAKS lb. 69c U. *, Good TENDERAY H'BURGER lb. 35c I'",
: to turn the offer over to them ,t were rejected. The automobilescost I II' Grape
: ANY DEPTH for study."I the Government up to $1,600 11'1"I 19C r
i .. do not feel that I am qualified each. Baking Tips Short Fresh Beef + JUICE pint -
FOR HOME-' to decide on this matter without I' The program started last August RIBS Ib. 39c TONGUES lb. 29c !i
J RANCH-' their recommendation." Fugle i ended officially last midnight.from B E E F i\\1+ i fluffs TomatoJUICE .
i said: "and I think these businessmen Select Chuck West Sliced Tender Beef I, } "

:. J ::1 OR GROVE will-give are us vitally an honest concerned.fair They and !I industrial power used purposes for municipaland were excepted i ROAST lb. 49c LIVERS lb. 59c ((1 i11!! 46 oz. 1:1 3". _

d. 'We Guarantee unbiased opinion." I from the total gross income Ilil III'I '

i t Water or No He made these remarks after that a figure.A I' Dressed & Drawn Tender Herman's Orange Brand or Ga. Strio Smoked :!! i I _
charge by Comm. Holden reduction of 27 per cent on Ground to lour Order
__1 Pay most of the committee memberswere I the rates now paid by the city for 1 FRYERS lb. 65e Armour Star Skinless BACON lb. 49c lil: : 361
ff + Yelvo Coffee I lb.
% not interested and a statement municipal purposes also was offer +
f We will gladly I by Comm. Johnson that referring ee. Based on the 1946-47 usage I! Dr. & Dr. Fancy Grade A Hen End Cuts Western Streak O* :!
I I give you the matter to the committee this saving would amount to approximately I TURKEYS Ib.! 63c WEINERS Lean White Monterey Grape _
I 19c -
would be "lost motion. $4,500 annually.The I H+ !I
I
wr FREEEstimates J. F. Bailey vice-president of gross income of the power I BACON lb. 35c JUICE PUNCH pt. i
i I the corporation presented the company for the year ending in J N. Y. Dressed L. I. 39c Center Ib. 39c ';:!I, -t
proposed franchise to the Commis- March $198.096. an exhibit DUCKLINGS Ib. 39c. ? Durkee Salad *) _
: 36 Months I + was I ftDRESSING
sion whichprovides forgiving the attached to the franchise show- I Lean. Meatv Little Pig j:,ra **
t to ,Pay city 2 per cent of the gross income the : I 10 oz. 1
ed. Figured at 2 per cent SPARE RIBS Ib. 49c +1:1:i:
I for the first 10 3
years
I net due the city under the pro- Large Size Fresh Caught 4 "Varieties' -Herman's Asst
_
LIBBY & FREEMAN cent for the next 10 yean and Land O'Sunshlne
per posed arrangement would be approximately }
\ 711 W.Church St. Tel.9869 i" per cent during the final decade I $4,000. MULLET Ib. 2lc GOLD: CUTS Ib. 45c Lean Meaty Pork Ib123cu,:u'I[ MAYONNAISE 8 oz.21c: !
of the agreement. ReceiptsL Bailey pointed out the corpora- NECK BONES I++,
tion would continue to pay an occupational Fresh Cod Fillets or Spanish Machine Sli. Amer. Loaf _
license fee and ad va- MACKEREL lb 29c CHEESE lb. 45c Pi* + French PreparedMUSTARD 9c
lorem taxes which in the past have !II::
PORK EARS Ib. 15c 6
I' WEDNESDAY amounted to approximately $4,300 I,'it.+ oz/
annually. "And as we expand our Claw Machine Sli. Pimento or Swiss J'
facilities in this area the taxes I CRAB MEAT I lib. 9c CHEESE Ib. 49e Tasty Libby's 16c
1 ii
; ,
I will increase also was Increase.estimated he at said.a rough This i I Fresh Caught Vo. Red Fin Wafer SlicedBOLOGNA PORK TAILS Ib. 33c '++! +I DEVILED HAM 4'I
;
5 per Final,cent disposition per year. of- the matter CROAKERS Ib. 23c Ib. 43c SelectPork '<', I I

I will be made at a special referendum Butterfly Whiting BRAINS Ib 29c 'iill+ POTTED MEAT J 7cFILLETS'
for city freeholders. Spiced Lunch

!i Francis Roumillat 3d lb. 31 c MEAT lb. 49c Por;kPiLIVER Ib. 4le II, I LIbby's VIENNA SAUSAGE 1 15c ',.1, h

Enters Business Firm Mother Ann Brand Boxed In Cartons-Best Pure 11

+ ISpe-{ :cl! 'o Or:andrMen! ig Seniel] CODFISH I lb. 49c LARD I lb. 23c Armour's LINKS tSar Small Ib. Bkfst 49c 11 I i Liberty AidDRINK e x Vi ,.2
SANFORD
-Francis Roumillat3d. 14c
recent graduate of the University i MIXES 3 pkgs.
9AM.1o12:30P1M1.y of Florida School of Pharmacy -
:
has passed his required exami-
. nations by the State Board of All 1! Brands Tall t
- Pharmacy and has entered busi- DIXIE MILK 3 33"f .
ness here with his father and Evaporated Cans :
Bruce Anderson at the Roumillat DARLING -
C Cs
I and Anderson Drug Store.
.. Roumillat. his wife and two LP1 Uncle Ben'sConverted Dfftp lib. !
I children.Cynthia and Francis 4th.
t
1 1i are living at their home at 510. Foy Patna lUWEi_ Pkg. 12* ,
East 4th St.FUNERAL IR f> t pic/rccs

For Mr. Harry SERVICES Clark: Plain or Self Rising
Mooney. FLOUR b5,41c

.. 83.Sunday New will Smyrna be at Beach 3:30 pjn who Wed-died SANDWICH; B Al LARD'S _ i

nesday at the Settle Funeral r t
Home. The Rev. Lester Rigdon. ', 5
t pastor of the Pentecostal Holiness FLAKES arge 2Sc !;
; Men's Swim Trunks Cool Sun Helmets Church Daytona Beach. will officiate SIT Pkg. ; '. V
I assisted by The Rev.
1 : Reg. 5.00. NOW .2.98 Reg. 69c Now_ 49? in George the Edgewater C. Rouse.Cemetery.Burial will be a I IL
lN't<<: Zephyr wool _trd twira VV V
I traokt wit a smart jacquard Smooth larqorr finished ._ hel Old Dutch 20-MuIe Team .
novelty titcfc. BulU-lB Supporter mets. Stront reinforced edges.. *cl I 12c I
; Royal and maroon color. Sizes S.. Chinstrap. Adjustable cweatb&ad.mute. Best Trailer ShopTroilRCoat CLEANSER BORAX 10 oz. -
M.. 1- tarn. The Perfect Starch reg.;

1 Paints UNIT! 12C -
I reel

PRICED 'LOWER A SEARS 2225 W.Dial Washington 894 I 11111' Hiley Belle Georgia

roe. Winter Garden KoHl, CRACKERJACKPOPCORN V
25c
PEACHES 2 Ibs.
i BOYVILLE SWIM TRUNKS +
l lT
INVESTIGATE IEFOXE YOU IUYI

: Reg. 2.98 i I Philadelphia Large Georgia None Higher Calif.CARROTS V
NOW 1 49 For the Kiddies Picnic J 25e 5e'I 0.
I I 2 2
Sizes: small, med, large 5c I CREAM GantaloapesSui.Thompson Bds
Package
Cas '
Ideal swim trunks for-a pool or the beach. In qay prints Y.w Seedless California 49
j ,_pf,cotton lastex., A definite Sears ralae for less. Mama Ts.w I I 35c C
Aleut 'I Morton's Beef I PLUMS I II .
J A HOME.TOWN TRANSACTION 1j
' ONEPIECEBATHING and NoodlesDINNER
,.., CRISP
2 25c
r M SUITReg. KILL HIS j GREEN LETTUCE 2 Ibs. 25c LEMONS i

f n : FLEASTorment' .. ><.(. Kraft Loaf L '

r .7.98' Dust : 1 lb.jar 38c Yelveela 2I Ibs. 79eOLEOMARGARINE Hard Green Kiln Dried Fancy Sweet argeJulCy '
.t :: Cabbage Ib. Sic Potatoes 2 Ibs. 25c 2 I Ibs.
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(rlanl.n iHornUw 'p"ti1tpl Rightists to seize the government was THE PUBLIC THOUGHT : .
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Published daily except Sunday. New Years Day. Fourth nipped in the bud at the last minute. I : Learning' the Hard Way! ", J I : .: ",.

ct July. Labor Day Tharucsgivinir and ChrIstmas. By .t
Sentinel,Star Co. I Orlando Dally: Newspapers. Inc I at 238 Meanwhile a middleoftheroadgov- Rent Bill Seen as Example/ T
South Or.nee Ave. Orlando. Fla. ernment has been in "
power.
Entered: as second-class matter at the Post Office atOrUndo. :
Florida under the Act of March M. 187"TELEPHONE All of which goes to show you that a i '
and Bust' Policy
( ) 01'Boom
-All Departments 4161 h.I hungry,people are an unstable people. .
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Subscription Price 35c Per Week. $1 JO Per Mo. We'd better implement the Marshallplan A -
Editor, Orlando Morning Sentinel:
VUiTiN AHDIRSIM. fuuiSMU HINIT IALC$. EOTORUU. DiticrotMAMcn. in a hurry.
-Io!.... CAWTHOM. GIM. Me*. T. LA wt me i. Ar, On.ROIMT Once again the public has been
-C. W LIMITT Bus. Mt*. f. WAITII. CLASS M.a.NquuT THE MERRY GO-ROUND handed some more of the Republican -
CARL HotareAH. MAHACIN, EHAIOLS CONSOHNI. Sic. .TIIAS "Boom and Bust" legislation.This .

HAMILTON. elL Mea CNAUU MIBUM, Pius Surf. time it is the 15 per cent
|. W. UMMON. Cm elL Met R. T. Mius Trro. Surr. i told this
Resignations Offeredly Jack up in rents. We are
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Member of The Associated Press Lceh: Is the best piece of legislation we
Associated Press
fhe u exclusively entitled
to the use for re-publication: of DREW PEARSON could hope to get at this time, and
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news dispatches accredited to It or :c will to signa
otherwise accredited to tnls paper and WASHINGTON-The White House kept it quiet. all those who agree
also the local news published herein P but Paul M. Herzog._ chairman of ,the National lease can feel that when the

dispatches AU rights: for herein re-publication are a.so reserved.of special Labor Relations Board, and his NLRB associates, restrictions are off the landlords.
I John M. Houston and James J. Reynolds. offered will be more lenient than those
PAGE 4 WED.. JULY 2. 1947 # I their' resignations privately to Pres. Truman last who refuse to sign. TU J Is the Orange. Just as I reached tb.

: biggest piece of malarky the Republicans middle of the street a car came
week.However handed us yet. It
TODAY'S THOUGHTS despite a vigorous demand from GOP have to speeding down Robinson, made a
You that have escaped: the sword come away. Sen. Martin of Pennsylvania that the entire board is all a part Democratic of their campaign party, when left hand turn and tried. to pass

stand not still: remember the Lord afar off. and resign. the President refused to wreck look the at the graph' in. last In front of me. When he saw he

let Jerusalem come into your mind. Jeremiah listen. Herzog told Truman thatit you night's paper and see how living brakes.was going to hit me he put on Isis&

51:50.: "might embarrassing to the removal -
prove I costs have' risen since
Well. if his brakes had
:: : old board members to it networked
the three
L.._. : of CPA one year ago or the street had been
Let the bugles sound the truce of God to the remain on the job under th- Taft- should convince the most skeptic. wet it would have been too bad
'who'e! world forever.-Charles' Sumner. Hartley Labor Bill which the % S Why do we continue to sit back for me. Now I saw the same thing

S NLRB must now enforce. and accept these statements unchallenged happen to a little old lady who
Russia Nixes Another Deal -- "Under the circumstances we \ ? It behooves all of us walks with a cane and it has hap
g 1 feel we should step aside and en- to raise our voices at the polls I pened more than once to rae.

SWING HIGH and low in a hurry able you to appoint others to our fgr when these reactionaries next bid for. Why does a motorist making a
election year.H.
HOPES c the national turn speed and try to
"Some up cross in
with the Stalin-dominated ,s( \!t ;people places may Herzog not explained.have confidence T. B. front of those walking? Why nee

Russian government.Last S slow up and go behind the7Doesn't
week things looked rosy when FA '. ,-t I '4'in' our administration of the that law ., / Keep Chickens, But Keep Them the pedestrian have any
to the
" - since it got out press .q-j
'Moscow decided to participate in the All- Pearson we recommended a veto. Since our : / From Running Wild, Is Urged rights? AGNES N. WADE._

Europe recovery plan. position is known, you might become a target of "Leee / Editor, Orlando Morning Sentinel:

Now Russia, through the sinister Molotov criticism. if we are charged with enforcement of I see so much in your Public Pegler Defender Advises
,- upsets the applecart as usual. act." Thought column about chickens. I
the"Can administer this act fairly and in the The person who allows his I Critic To Read Something Else/

Says Molotov: "The Anglo-French I I interest you even though you recommended a chickens to run wild over a neigh Editor Orlando Morning Sentinel 1: .
proposal would enable foreign powers to public bor's yard and porches certainlyhas In your Public Thought column
Truman'asked his caller. .
veto? a'e i'm' 2W44EpaP little pride as well as the per- in Thursday's Sentinel I note
impose their will on other States and the unanimous reply."I one
can.w as rooster
we
"Certainly
bantam
who keeps a
son A. V. Peterson advocates
I discontinuance
constitute an interference with their know you can" agreed the President. "And '-Irr //J/nAls (inC l4'lUf.15 r t9 VGt') for a pet that crows the greater of Westbrook Pegfer's- S

sovereignty. for that reason I am refusing to accept resignations R.OIMd: / fl t: oW5tciOWi iVI4)376" RIa:lti5 lefi part of the night. I column, If he doesnt like tine

from from any of you. We've got a tough job IlI.L 7ffE WPI4CE'eRY41tCIQC : '\ = We have a city inspector. Why truth, he doesn't have to red
the
Coming rapists of Finland, the does he allow conditions like
Baltic States, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, ahead and I will of It.need" your help and experience zcs' G r- ?4fye-; ; "VTvusr these to occur? On the other Pegler.There are a number of things
to make a go
,Bulgaria, Romania, Austria and Poland J.vat I hand a few chickens properly in the press I don't care for so I
"I was against this bill a.lso--8o much so thatI -. ""\- kept are quite an asset to a small skip them. Let him do the
those are some sentiments. I 'I . S I same
vetoed it, but I'm not quitting. Truman added family these days of high prices and not try to deprive others .{
Here is more' evidence that Russia is brusquely. "Under our Constitutional system. It and are certainly not as annoyIng what they want to read. If there

going to blocK Western democracy by Is my duty to veto a 'bill if I do not think it is a as the howling barking dogsat was no truth in Peelers artieta.
every means at her command. good bill. But it is equally my duty to enforce a PITCHING HORSESHOES night that keep one awake, to he would have been discredited

It is evidence that, while working at top bill if it becomes law over my head. like the Taft- say nothing of the squalling and cats'kill through damage suits long ago.
birds' nests
that rob the
speed to help our friends in Europe and the Hartley Act." the young. W. S. HAWKINS. \

rest of the world, we'd best keep our rifles of Maine smellsa Saga of a Brave Pair of 'Kids7By I have often heard the saying, Plight of Veteran Brings
oiled and our powder dry. Two-fisted Sen. Owen Brewster "strain at a gnat and swallow a I
the Midwest oil shortage. Offer Aid
rat regarding camel. Perhaps the people to from Reader
The best way to stop aggression is to be Brewster, one of the keenest probers Jn the BILLY !ROSE said "Tell me about you two kids. What makes making such squawks; about the Editor Orlando Morning Sentinel

ready to stop it.Tallahassee. Senate who inherited Harry Truman old committee The other day my missus said. "Were having you carry on as if you had a gold mine in your chickens are too indolent to take Readers of the Orlando Morning -;

has been conducting a thorough investigation dinner tomorrow night with the Newells." "Who cellar?" Jane smiled. "I don't know. I guess care of them properly if they had Sentinel and doubtless greatly

on the Jooks of the Arabian oil situation and suspects dat?" I asked. we've been pretty lucky." them. But I am certain that if interested- the case histories of

that the so-called oil shortage which has prompted "Jane and Fred" said Eleanor I met them at "Lucky!1" I exclaimed and then stopped em the neighbor would give them a ex- GI's seeking employment.
THEY'VE WRITTTEN a song some oil companies to reinstate gasoline ration- the Milfords' last week. Youll like them." barrassed. nice dozen eggs once in a while. Wouldn't it add to the interest to
NOW would be adverse to
not
Tallahassee. Ing. Is purely a-fake. The Newell house about a mil: from our place 'It's all right." said Jane. "Of course, it wouldbe I they taking them. report in a footnote an impersonal'
in the country. Jane answered the doorbell whenwe nicer if Fred could and general report as to results?
And, like the popular Florida theme- see but neither of us think- There are always two sides to a In the case of the Alabama vet
song, Suwannee River the fellow who GIs will now get a better break on courts- arrived next evening: it's very important." I question. I too. am a property I. eran with eye trouble, perhaps oct

jotted down the words for Tallahassee had martial-if the plan of a House Sub-Committee She was kind of prettyall '. "How'd" it happen?" owner and I like to see fair play. of our good optician has volunteered
goes through. over. S "War stuff." said Jane. "Fragments of a land live and let live. proper: service to correct
never seen the town;, no more than Stephen Working behind closed doors an Armed Services "Excuse the peasant 5 mine during that business in Okinawa. We weren't M. O, A. I I this. If not. X would be one *f

Foster has ever seen the Suwannee or Sub-Committee patched together a bill to require skirt" she grinned. "I r.L. married! then Fred was moved to a hospital in other Sentinel readers to coo-

Florida. He picked the name because of no less than one-third enlisted men to sit on military have a baby pencilled in I/R.) "s San Francisco. The first few letters he sent me Words of Charles D wes Uttered tribute. Then he could start in a

its euphony and because it intrigued him. courts trying fellow GIs If the defendant requests for early Pali" ilRWaE: t S weren't In his own handwriting. He exp'ained he For'Do Nothing' Critics of Town plumber's job.

The Tallahassee song describes a train It. A two-thirds majority is necessary before Fred eras in the living ( -' was dictating them to a nurse because he'd been Editor Orlando Morning sentinel; I I _F. G COOVER.

coming in from the North. And, ,accord- punishment can be handed down. The bill also room listening to the .,(\ ) S wounded in the right hand. At that time there still If you will permit the utterancesof

ing to our authorities, no train comes in ,will remove the judge advocate's section the radio. He had the tweedy I was some hope that a special operation might restore a noteworthy Republican enter One Pegler Correspondent

.from that direction. Army's arm, of justice from the regular chain of look of the 'good guy in his sight. He didn't want to tell me about your columns I should like to Offers Moderate Advice

command. the women magazine S his eyes until he knew for sure. give you the words of the late Editor. Orlando Morning Seated:
Anyway, the song is quite a plug for HQwever. the sub-committee hasn't taken up stories. We made chit- S "Well the operation was a. complete mess. When Gen. Charles G. Dawes who said; Why do people insist on HaIIItIir

Tallahassee? it says: Navy justice recently cause of many gripes. Navy chat for a couple of mliiU" Fred knew he'd never see. the darn fool wrote me -while serving as vice presidentof about Westbrook Pegterf .aie

"When ,you see land kind of green,and grassy, courts-martial will be studied next. utes before I realized he (ovJt. . S I was free to marry anybody I liked. Of course. the United States-a few things folks like him and some .t.

"Beneath the moon bright beyond compare. Not mny realize It, but when Congress extended was blind. He told me he 4)l1) I hopped a plane to San Francisco and got my which might well be taken to so why do those who ete Mi-e
"When you hear blue Jay .chirping high and life of the Reconstruction Finance Corp. was a writer and answered S fella" heart by those of any communitywho his colmun read it and thes,.C

sassy beforevthe June 30 deadline it left out an important my unspoken question "Atta girl" I said. "Now. tell me to shut my seek to tear it down by carp- There isn't any law that say

"And catch one sniff of Southern cooking 'power affecting veterans-authority to buyJP by explaining he dictated his stuff to his wife.It face If I'm out of line but doesn't it ever bother Dawes ing and said continual: criticism. Gen. they have to read It.MIKE

hanging on the evening air veterans' loans. which will seriously reduce ability was a fine dinner and a fine evenmg. Jane .ou-I 'mean making this sacrifice. . ." "If you work In a town. in COVET

"When you see folks. all polite and classy. of the homeless veteran to finance new housing! 'carried her child as if baby-having were a kind of "Sacrifice my foot" said Jane softly. "Look Heaven's name work for It. If you

"And every smile bids you stay:and rest. since, from now on the Government no longer can party. I found myself. laughing pretty loud at at it this way. I'm about two 'years away from 30. live in a town live for it. give for Pegler Baffle Gains

"Get off that train you're in Tallahassee. guarantee the banks -on veterans' loans 100 per little jokes. In 10 years 111 be two away from 40. When Fred It. Help advance your heighbor- Another Dissenter

"The Southland at its best." cent. Around elevenish. Fred said to Jane. "Maybethe went off to the war I was 23. Real roses in the hood. Respect the great power Editor. Orlando Morning Sentinel:

= 3 There was a tough closed-door battle between Roses would like some ice-cream." cheeks. Probably the best I ever looked in my life. that protects you and surroundsyou Westbrook Pegler Is the only

A Test for Citrus Commission_ House and Senate conferees before this provision "Maybe they would" smiled Jane. "but we No matter what; happens to me from herein- with the advantages of ad- thing I hold against your otherwise --
haven't got any. If you'll wait twenty minutes wrinkles skin vanced civilization and that valuable .
was dropped. lasting two days. dry gray hair babies-Fred will always paper.S.
HAS BEEN some indication of 111 drive down to the village and get makes it possible for you to achieve W WARREN
THERE Chief defenders of veterans' loans were Ala- some. see me as the fresh-faced kid he kissed good- results.
that the Florida Citrus Commission bama's John Sparkman and South Carolina's "Ill go along with you" I said. "Just to make bye in Penn Station in '42. For the guy I'm crazy "Speak wen of It. Stand by it.

<< cannot make up its mind whether it is: Burnet Maybank supported by three House Demo sure you don't forget chocolate." about, 111 be 23 the rest of. my life. Is that bad?" Stand for its civic and commercial -I Tazh.a8:3O; :

man or mouse. crats-paul Brown of Georgia. Brent Spence of On, the way back from the ice cream parlor. I "No." I said. "that isn t- bad- - at-- -all.--" supremacy. If you must obstruct g

The test will come today.A Kentucky and Wright Patman of Texas. But House or decry _those who striveto Music fb1ksUndeiandIT'0/

challenge has been flung at the Commission's Republicans rallied by stubborn Jesse Wolcott of WESTBROOK PEGLER SAYS help,'why-quit the town. Butas
long as you are a part of a
Michigan sometimes called the bankers' friend. \
ability to hire and fire Its em- locality i
stood firm against it. ; do not belittle it. If you

ployes. the Senate side do. you are loosening the tendrils r,
Republicans on were more
The Governor appointed the 11 men on friendly to the veterans. But banker-minded Wol- Others Linked With Guru CultBy and that with hold the you first to the community. 1
high wind that i
the Commission to run its affairs within the cott would notv back down. comes along you will be uprootedand

law and with the best judgment of the Before the final vote. the conferees separatedInto blown away and probably'
members. private huddles.. The Republican Sen*.tors- WESTBROOK PEGLER an influential position on the Board of Control you will never know why"

This the Commission should do, regard-I Douglass Buck of Delaware. Homer Capehart of In- NEW YORK-There Is absolutely no doubt that of banking In the State of New York? What Is his These words of old "Hell "n1 ,

of the feuds between diana, and Ralph Flanders of Vermont-voted to other New Dealers besides Henry Wallace and his attitude toward insurance and banking these indispensable Maria" Dawes may well be born
less personal mem- yield to the House. Democrats Sparkman and May protege Louis L. Horch were friendly to the pro- institutions of the capitalist system in mind by those prom to do

bers of opposing_pressure groups. bank finally agreed that if they held out there jects of Nicholas Konstantin Roerich, the mystical which underlies the American form of Govern- Maria" Dawes may well be borne I

would be no RFC at all' promised to sign their Guru or master spirit. ment? Is he friendly to that system? What sort criticize. i I PAUI Aft CARTER

Keep Your Eyes Front names to the report. Among the House conferees, Morris Leopold Ernst of New York -a lawyer of preaching would club members and politically JIM FORSYTH

Wolcott rode roughshod over the weaker objection is a New Dealer. He was associated; with Heywood callow college students hear from Morris Leopold ETALKW6 PEOPLES
THE BIRTHDAY OF our nation and the of Democrats Brown Spence. and Patman. .5. Broun the old fat Mahatma and Ernst? I would hesitate to note again particularly I Woman Says She Almost

on which we pile up the greatest 'S political faker, in the organization that this philosopher and covert director! of our Made Obituary Column .SENGA6E.JThF

number of accidents is just around the S Retiring Asst Sec. of state Sprullle Braden and .l' -' of the American Newspaper Guild, destiny comes: to us from the shirt and furniture Editor, Orlando Morning Sentinel: I

corner. his entire staff of Latin American experts have :.' ,;}, particularly in the New York trades but lor the fact that many of his own political Yesterday morning I had a most t rd

Fourth of July.weekenders-just a re flatly refused to testify for the bill to arm the t -:':': -. Chapter, which ever1 since those colleagues often disqualified me on the ground harrowing experience In fact I'I'

minder-drive carefully. Western Hemisphere. They are convinced that t '.5;' -_...",,, founding days, has been heavily that I was sport. writer.I almost made the obituary column.
arming Latin ,America will only bring war and s: 'ats ll infested with a plague of ComA I was on the southwest corner Showrooni
to have been
seem successful
We'd like to see you all get home safely L- more at writing of Orange and Robinson waiting
this dictatorship to that area. . Rep.. Kelley of Pennsylvania :' !munists. Broun an inveterate sports than Morris Leopold Ernst was at hiring for the light to turn red. When S
year. __ delegate to the International Labor Organization 1 sampler was confirmed a Catholic'shortly
= === ===s others perhaps Negro girls or greenhorn ImmIgrant I was sure it was red and the j! WDBO 8:30: PM
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Conference In Switzerland. mfey rush ' before he died. Before girls to sew shirts for him and at selling I traffic stopped. I started to cross '
The French Go home because of the coal 3 that however he -
Topsy-Turvy situation. KeUey ownsa "5- S had been, a sofas to newlyweds on the honored if sometimes
coal mine. . During the last Congressional campaign left wing Socialist and had openly
melancholy
FRENCH HAVE been called a John' Lewis fought desperately to defeat collaborated with the Communists chattel-mortgage plan. I LVirus ,4s..wr e Pus.Ie
THE: down the West What is this New Dealer's attitude toward Expert I
people through years. Virginia's Sen. HarleY' Kilgore a real friendof .5 although he never wa
capitalism?
The recent series of political events cer- the miners. Lewis played in with RepublicanSen. honest or brave enough to be _
tainly bears out the contention. Chapman Revercomb.; But when the show- Peeler frankly one of them. Not that it For information on this point I cite a letter. HORIZONTAL 4 Finishes

Last year our oldest friend among the down came on labor's friends,and foes on the Taft- matters. except as it may.effect your opinion of' from a court record. 1,7 Pictured 5 Portugal (ab)

nations seemed certain to topple into' the Hartley bill, Kilgore, the man Lewis opposed for his character and strength. He had also practiced The case, was ,one in which Louis L. Horch. noted doctor 6 Listen
ranks. labor; Revercomb whom Lewis supported. Toted nudism. One of his colleagues in the bleeding heart a back'slldNew Deal disciple of Nicholas Konstantin 13 Color'
Communist against labor. . Lewis is now setting postcards profession said of Broun that he had worshiped at Roench was grabbing back possession of the 14 Shine 7 Stain 'S

The other day a plot by extreme from West Virginia, asking "had enough, . all shrines. 24-slory lamasery on Riverside Dr. known as the 15 Comb 8 Preposition .

Morris L. Ernst's biography in Who's Who in Roerich Museum and Master Institute. The term"master" wool g King ofNorway ...
Jason's
Orlando America says he was born in Uniontown. Ala.. in runs through the projects arid literature ship
Morning Sentinel Radio Program 1888. and got his A. B. from Williams and his law of Roerich's cleverly publicized career in mysticism 19 Opposed: 10 Cattle 29 Drink slowly 43 Chine group

WDtO (CSM WIOF (ISM) WO HZ 040) degree from New York Law School.. From'1909 to occultism esoteric Buddhism and New Deal ism 20 American 11 12 Property 30 Playing card 44 Beneficial ,
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"':30 13 Hillbilly Tones -_ Newt-RetctC- ?_? Farm Newt ____ 4:00 House Party Paul Whlteman CL News .__ 1915 his business was "retail furniture.". In 1913 he regarded by some of his cultists as a "master 21 Tumult (ab.) 35 He is a virus Note of seals :
g'4) fievs-Slla Bryant" RevelA _un_ Oeoril Ramblers 4'IS House Party __ Paul Whitman CL studio Party __ joined the law firm of Oreenbaum Wolfe and intellect" and a "supernormal spirit." Horch has 22 Dread 18 Depart 47 Sorrowful crT
: Patrol KewvMusle Clock News _______._ 4 JO Dr Paul ba-d.- Y M C8flow. Studio Party frankly said that 23 Thus 48 Greek porch '.
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ino u 4 45 Alliance Tom MU Studio Party Ernst in New York. Since then he has been 'At- as Father Divine was God Almighty 26 Choose 37 Place
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: w. Up A Usten Mora. Derations : Mews ___ S-00 Erie tevareld Terry ft Pirates Newt __ torney for American Newspaper Guild: served as in his cult whose lamaseries were called 27 Observe 33 Endured ,'.. :
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: Walter Klmbl _- Band of the Day _740 Club ,1-45 Dick Hottelet __u Air Lan Trio __ Lowell Thomas 1934. (a racket strike in which union gangsters Ernst's legal role In the litigation ever 29 Cloys -
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45 BreaHait Eelbeck Drifter 740 Club :::::::: $ IS Lone Ranter Dinner Music : the SportUU .. .
.!.oo_N.DIeL- -'Jealllli., Breakf.., Club 1,.... SJO.: Lena Ranier _._- Dinner Musia _Musle for Dint_ the world appeared be fearful and helpless. Ed: few- lines but he was at one time for Roerich. 33 Chill ;I T"I I ; j- -' - '
9=u MaruIDe ar..ui.es Club ;. 140 cub'T= :45 Robert Trout __u Sports Parade UO, H. V. Kanmoom drafted legislation for Gov. Lehman New Deal- This letter from the court record Is done 34 Res t S 1 ;
:::30 EYt17D WiDtera Bre.Uan Club _- Wom.D' World 7.00 Am r. MeL Hour Headline Edition Cramps on rain.s lit 11. II. - -
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'a:oTXrtbnr Godfrey My' Tme Story ___ Fred Waring'___' 7 30 Dr. Christian -_ Johnny Modero .. Dial a DiM banking matters; mem N Y. State Banking Board It is. dated Feb. 15, 1933. It was addressed to I Cutting tool an: j -S _ _ ;
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10.i5 Fashions in Music BettT Crocker -_ Btnditand'o 100 Rh.p. ba ahythm> Heattar ,. Diar a Dime ,. since inception by app't. Gov's. Roosevelt and Roerich at N wmr, Kuln. Punjab India which Parent -4-. :e- :: :
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; : .ROErmanr - Listening Post -'-- Bandstand' -_-__. SIS: ftb'lI.a RhJ'thIII R *l Stories ___ Dial a DueThorpe Lehman" He also wrote several books' 1 Includ ii the Guru' address as given in Who's Who In Gaiter ::. : ,. ..-1i... -... '
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Ir 71 MU. '::in Helen Trent .- Oalen Drake Bandstand ___ 1:00: Sound Off ___ OvlnioiKAlre _Big Story Power" and is a "lecturer before clubs and Dear Enervates ::
!:4S our Oa' Sunday -- Ted Malona _u-_ DiKte Lily QgartetrrSTew's 9:15 Sound Off ___ Opinion-Air _. .Bi. Story: _n-r-rt__ colleges." "Mjr Prof. Roerich, It says. Demigod u, ..
( -a---_ Welcome TraveUra News Frm" Rer'w 8:30 Doorway to Ufa Latin Serenade P... Bum'r Thcate "In behalf of my partners and myself I Spoken i]
: ,, .....ttu ____ weleoma TraTtlers News* Frm RsVwT IU: Doorway to Ufa ? Latin Serenade ._ Its. Sum'r Theate I find no record of want - -
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any war service in the first 52 5.4 u -
li=30'L1IUe mow -- -, Merr Griffin VeU News Re.>ew lo:00 Mystery: of Weak News ___ News sod-8portT to cordially thank you for your letter of Jan. 7, expressing Horse gait 3.. 31 14 n;
L :.S Gvldlnc Licht - Noonday: Muskets Bailers It Or KotT7vi 10:15 Jack Smith ___ Harkness of Wms Rarkaess of Wash. war.Henry your gratification with our efforts in behalf i3 Coarse herb 5
.* : BJ Sister -- -- B.vkhuew News ?.___ 10 JO la*, to MUSiC _? Henry Marian _ Tour United Ret, Wallace also was busy otherwise. of the 55 Waken 'nT''-' i'iir '- i:; -;:-
: Perry Mason -., Ferrell Time ,--- Mr'>'le Pketrhra iO:4SInv.: to Music ,--. Henry MonaD ,_. Your United NafUoo Roerich Museum. As capital dwindles 1i >
J:;;in News . ---- Martin Block Show Melodic Sketches News _. Sport Parade N .. _________ What Is the guiding thought of this'not at all in importance it may well be that cultural move- Exhibited I I't" 4i .... "'T-'f-r 'it oft '
l.."Rose of MT PTMBU Martin Block Saow Mtlodle eketta' sr 11:15: Scores A News .. Dance Orch.SnootJ' Samson bashful nominee for greatness who has exercised ments 58 Lined I
v'- rYoirAske<1FOrI&M&fltn Block Show News __Z_ 1130 Dance Orch _.- Dance Orrh. _Three Suns will get Into the ascendancy. There Is no fS"o -, I__ 'i _ I
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f' 'f! v .>. .'W"'': Wednesday, July 2, 1947 (rlnnhn horning t &rntinrl Page 5

J Huge Reserves .



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4"' 44 4 : ,, ,.7 -n4 S $ > Parley TodayContinued Cut MillionTALLAHASSEE i Three Key Men
.. $174
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f Decline i
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': 9 ( .c ctLr $&t4:; i [ from Page 1] [AP] 1 Tie $300,657,799 debt which [Special GAINESVILLE to Or'aixio-Morning Promotions Sentinel of ':..-

;. TALLAHASSEE tAP] Record mendations for. the next season's Florida counties ran up for c(mstruction of boom time roadsd ofFlorida's ,
.;, funds for:.teachers' salaries and CLiONCSOARiNC SERVICE j jI I program. i iI and bridges has been reduci.- to $126,615,098 in the 17 three key men in the University .
school expenses were released 5-The recent public opposition College of Engineering I
I
by I I tax made
since a part of the St:ate gasoline was
years
: by United Growers and
the Cabinet Budget Commission Shippers to Implement organization In rapidly I
yesterday but it continued to buildup I to the employment "In any ca- .I available for repayment of bonds, a reduction of $174- I expanding faculties research I II
.
.' huge reserves as a cushion o pacity"by the Commission of Marvin I>040.701.As announced !
and enrollment was
against a possible decline. in reve ., H. Walker, now secretary- the State's fiscal year ended I growing !
of the I here yesterday by Dean
Florida Citrus
nue. manager
:'it' The board.,acting on a recommendation .. Producers Trade Assn., will prob- Relief Rolls yesterday, the Board of Admin: Joseph Well following Board '
istration reported the original of'I'I
by Gov. Caldwell. approved ably be put Into the record because Control approval.
.. the full 1947 appropriation .* 'of a letter addressed to RoWe debt principal has been cut from
.. of $31,322.831 for school salaries : 4.. Tillman chairman of the board $163,726.500 to 91097.033 while I Dr. Ralph A. Morgan asstetant j

.; ', and other expenses. but held in e' vOicing United's protests and a de- Show Increase the interest on the bonds. calculated director of the Florida Industrial :

.', .: reserve the entire $5,056.899 appropriation ? 4 I mand that it be heard if the em- to maturity has been trim- and Engineering Experiment SItion *-. '

.. for. school construc. : ployment by Walker is ever con- med from $136,931,299 to $35.- I has been promoted to director :

. tion. !I sidered. There have been a lot JACKSONVILLE [UP] The 518065. I of the station to demote ftftl
I Working rapidly on,the budgetsfor z lof rumors and reports on what Stable Welfare Board, marking its The total debt has been reduced time to expanding and Increasing -
the new fiscal year the board k > the Maxcy committee will recommend i by $8,155,092 in the past research into the State's indusltfal ;
10th found
also anniversary yesterday,
approved expenditures I
'. of 5 but so far as could be resources.
12 months.
36801.293 in State and Federal ,' learned last night there has been I I the end of high wartime employ I \ !

funds for old age assistance. aid ,no indication from the members ment and rising costs of living had Five counties Hamilton. Lafayette The station an Integrated
to the blind. aid to dependent part of the College of EngineerIng's
of the group as to just what they I returned many prewar aid Deckers I Liberty Taylor and Wash
children and for administration and research facilities ,
training
may have in mind. ington-are free of road and
- of the welfare program. to its relief.roll$. I was established br an
: However it is no secret that bridge debts. Their shares of gaso-
However. an additional $4.385.- certain members of the Commission "During the war period the \ line taxes are used for new road act of the 1941 Legislature. DurIng '
230 in State welfare funds I the six since its organization.
were __ including Maxcy have felt number of recipients declined due construction.I years
held in reserve as the-board Dean U ell has served .
continued
for some time there should be to increased income from a num- I I the Board of Administration -
tofollow a poUcy of with o director. ,
: more centralization of authority ber of sources." according to Le- I was given complete charge of as
holding roughly 10 percent oflegislative I
. in the Commission offices here land W. Hiatt welfare commis handling the county Toad and J Stuart Johnston, research engineer ,
appropriations.Several .
.. "' and that the various committees I sioner. I bridge debts under a Constitutional has been promoted to assistant i
exceptions were made ]J: tm- <;Y;: '< 7 :. including advertising, research andbudget. "But loss of employment amendment which became effective dean of the college to help I
In the 10 per cent reserve for institutions should be relieved of a'' I Jan. 1. 1943. it has refi- with problems arising from Increased -
ON THEIR WAY national them is Alex technical discontinuance of military alt
but it was applied rigidly : "Ginny" Bennis, panying Dawydoff, lot cf the I debt and -
responsibilities for Commission I nanced $16,523.900 of the by enrolment expansion
lotments and other factors, I
to nearly all administrative woman glider champion, and her: husband, I I editor of Air Trails, of New York Miss Bennisis policy administration. I I combined with hijh living costs. i issuance of refunding bonds and I I of training facilities. Prominent -

agencies. sponsored by the Sanford Junior and Senior I caused a return to the rolls of $1,135,711 of short term certi In the reorganization of the
Steve Bennis, above, have left Sanford and I Maxcy and C. C. Commanderof
1 Tuesday's. approval of $75 million Chambers of Commerce. The trailers on their Tampa general of many who had been suspended" I ficates. graduate program in engineering i
manager
in expenditures brings the total are on their way Wichita. Falls, Tex., for .1 1 three gliders will publicize Sanford on the the Florida Citrus Exchange and I be said. Hiatt added: The agency-reported the average Dr. Johnston holds B.S. and Maltar's -
releases,for the year to about interest rate on the new securities degrees from the Unlverftty
the International Glider Meet there. Accom- Commission member, have re-
"A volume of
heavy applications
$108 million with reserves of about cross country jaunt. neatedlv__ __ p.nrcpd. < thpmcplv. a.. .-' j is 2.01 per cent in comparison of Missouri. and a PhD decree I
n -- ----- --------- -- -- continues.Hiatt
$16 million withheld. A few bud- I with an average rate of 4.06 from Iowa State College.
dissatisfied with
being the set
I pointed out that the State nationally
Howard J. Hansen.
gets remain to approved. cent the old issues.
I' on
Welfare Act was passed by the per prominent authority in timber f
As the new fiscal year began. Electric Bill
Comp. Clarence, M., Gay reporteda Redistricting Pardons DeniedIn up.Some weeks ago, the commission 1937 State Legislature following Seventy-five per cent of the structure. has been promoted_ to '
treasury balance pf 77764695. ruled that In the future the ;passage of the National Social Security bonds and certificates were purchased acting head of the Department of I

However all except $18.401.780 of Also Worries public presentations of the Neil-, Act which two years before in Florida. Industrial Engineering. A veteranof

that'is earmarked. for specific pur- I son reports would be cancelled and had provided Federal funds to The board estimated counties World War n, where he served
Action Filed Two Cases match State public assistance in the Navy, he is the author of I
poses. that only the Commission and the grants. would receive a total of $11,200-
Gay .also. pointed out most of State Official canners would receive the infor 000 in gasoline tax revenue during some ten articles and texts on subjects :
outstanding June bills will be I mation. However at the next report 1947 and :said the increase relating to timber structural t
charged against the $18 million [Special' to Orlando Morning Sentinel] i TALLAHASSEE [UP] The ladies TALLAHASSEE [LAP The CabInet time the facts and figures FLORIDA NEWS BRIEFS has eliminated in many instances design and preservation. He is I :
unallocated funds. He said he civil engineer and prominent in 5
was OCALA-Lt. Col. Ira W. Partin. aren't the only housekeeperswho Pardon Board yeserday! declined were made available to newsmenby xxx the necessity to issue refunding t i
unable to estimate the total outstanding canners who felt that the data both the fields of education and -
.obligations. U.S. Army retired has filed in Circuit have to worry about'the light to grant clemency to Joe Financial Plans bonds. professional engineering.
I was timely and should be given It also has "increased the t
Other tema in the $77 balance Court a petition for an alternate bill.Sec. I I Munn. sentenced to five years imprisonment public attention-and too. it wasa I amount of surplus over and above I

were: writ mandamus to compelthe of State R. A. Gray, custodian en a manslaughter bullish report. For Marion County'sHealth debt service requirements for road !
Allocated t general $44.- The Tropical Hotel
154.517-lncluding' $14 revenue.million In County Commissioners to of the State Capitol got conviction because his pack of pet I At the last meeting United came and bridge construction," the I
into the arguing that its Unit Made Central Florida's Fine if
picture
school funds;State agencies. $1- carry out provisions of a constitutional one yesterday for | bulldogs killed a woman. board reported. ;
735.000; general Inspection $674-!I amendment which.calls for 2652. for his The board acted on recommendation 'members., all fresh fruit packers COUNTY'S accredited KISSCNIMEE. FLORIDA
entitled the informationand
to
000; State Road Dept.. $10.162.-1', Commissioners' districts to be as "house." and of the State Parole Commission I-were Tillman said that the idea MARION unit was a step nearer Bank Clearings High ruder New Year ManagementOoen Round I'
000 and trust funds 2635000. complained it which' investigated the I yesterday following a joint, TAMPA tAPJ Tampa bank Cocktail LoungeLoacheon of
in
of the Commission restricting
in to
near as possible proportion
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refused 1Z
The Cabinet a request -Z Dinner
AU,.. Gen. Tom Watson that I population.In I hud jumped from .,: case and said it had uncovered no i it. in effect was to keep it out of meeting of the county commis clearings totaled $140,723.733 for ,
his appropriation not be his petition Col. Partin said I a mere $780 per new evidence and the judgment of packers' rumas sioners. Ocala city council and. the first six months of 1947. high- _
the Commissioners' dist month a short the trial court should stand. I lie didn't reconcile this state county school board at which financial est for any similar period since
trimmed and left it at the falllegislative present
figure of $156,000with ricts ranged in population from [ while ago.Gray Munn's attorney James Lathero ''I ment with the declarations by plans were finally completed -. 1926 the peak of the Florida c.w. i

only a $6,180 contingency j I 16.730 in district number one I blamed. of Miami Beach told the board canners that the advertising . Although the commission boom the Tampa Clearing House .
fund held )n reserve. | Ocala. to 1,265 in district four. I the big bill on his client "has never been in trou.ble" taxes which finance the $50,000 members failed to act it wa: Assn. reported yesterday. \ ;

The 10 per cent reserve was setup The petition sets forth that the I the power consumed - and declared the sentencetoo a year paid for the Nielsen curveTs generally understood that they
'after Gov. Caldwell commented Ocala district is entitled to at least by electri- :severe. j is a growers' levyandthat were agreeable to a plan undei: ap. ;
."we are all pretty much in the two representatives upon the cally operated lie said Munn was guilty, of the processors act only as which they would contribute $11,- NOW OPEN Z1
in the
same boat." ; Board of Commissioners. machinery. nothing more than negligenceand a collecting agency. 080 to which the city could add t First of Us kind In OrlaadePIZZERIA .

Watson was not present at the Col. Partin on May 20 sent the Capitol.He Gray that the dogs' victim was Bishop then suggested-in fact $5.600 and the school board $3,000: -1 \
protested :
meeting and made his request by Commissioners a letter calling that of $10,000 housekeepinggrant attacked in a field posted presented a motion-that the report . The financial plan was work
letter. their attention to the redistricting by a the 1947 Legislature': against trespassing."No I be cancelled and was urgedby ed out on the basis of a new set. (Italian Cheese and Tomato Pill & :.1

The board also approved a,$3.- amendment. The board discussed "every blooming' penny will have one knew what she was do- Tillman to withdraw the move up proposed by Dr. George A SUNSHINE PATIO :; "
013.737 budget for Florida State the letter but took no action. to go to pay the light bill" I, Ing in that field" he said. i, and 'put us on notice that you Dame director of local healtr Tom t
University but held. $517,762 in re- Gov. Caldwell said he would ask The State Supreme Court has' will bring it up at the next meet- services for the State Board ol r toe N. Parramere West .f the

serve. I Tampa FHA Office the Improvement Commission to ,I upheld Munn's conviction and Ing" Tillman said canners. who Health under which contributions -. Hoiii_FlL Grounds&raiii&lel JrI :
Other budgets approved included investigate the wisdom of installing sentence. asked for the service should be amounting to $19.680 would.L Made And B Tomorrow :

: i Has Biggest Month power-generated machinery in The board took no action on the consulted. bring a contribution of $22,79! I Real Cuban Sandwiches I ff1 "THEIAN .;,1 i iI
State Forest Service released I I. the Capitol building. I' pardon application of John Wil- I from the State agency giving the, Pizzas and Hot Tamales Preparedto j
TAMPA IAPJ The officeof
Tampa {
$1.014.493 mostly State and private liam Waters. also sentenced to five Retail Dealers Plan county, unit a budget of $42,47 Take Out ILIU LOVE" .
the 'Federal Housing Adminis-
funds BEER AND WINE PRONE ZM f.
and reserved $36.506 I
for operations during the next 12 ii.w "nco't'111AthALi
Swedish Motion PictureTo years imprisonment on a manslaughter -
i
tration had the largest business in
in State funds: Florida Park Serv- Beach months. [Open Sunday-Closed Monday
I convection.
ive. released $210.747 and reserved June of any month in its 10-year Daytona Meeting !
$21.300; Industrial School for history W. P. Keehan. FHA official Open at Groveland/ / He was charged with hitting a I ISpe::: al to Orlando Morning Sentinel!j I' * *

Girls released 107600. withheld in charge said yesterday.The [rSoc:.ol to Orlando! Morn ng Sen* net] baby carriage while drivinrIn DAYTONA BEACH -The FlorIda BALL HARBOR. FLA. a nev.
Dade County in 1946. The child
with one home and on<
office in June received 367 GROVELAND-Swedish settlersin Retail Dealers' Assn., will hold I
applications for the constructionof the Grov eland area today and and was tossed from the carriage Its quarterly meeting in this, city I|hotel, has elected five village. .
fatally injured.
BUILDINGMAIERIALS 547 dwelling units compared toa tomorrow will have an opportunity I it was announced yesterday. The I councilmen who took office yes

previous high of 253 applications to see a Swedish-language mo- Waters scene was of the accused accident of leavingthe but he I dates selected were Sept. 28 and I!terday . They are .J. Julian: TONIGHr 1 1E
and a monthly average last tion picture. Nar Seklet Var Ungt. Southerland Glenn E. Massnick
has denied he was the driver of 29.C.
year of fewer than 100 Keehan which means At the Turn of the the car. : P. Miller of this city who is Robert E. Graham Jr.. Edward L t
Lumber Century. Both Munn and Waters a past president of the organization Bonneau and George M. Whit.E V HOLthI
said.The Starring Edvard Persson. it is are taker . will elect ,, "PERILOUS
\ Point office covers 12 counties in scheduled to enter the State Pris- made the announcement. They mayor :
the area. to be shown at the Grove Theater. village manager and clerk and ap. PAT O'BRIEN RUTH! WAR RICH '1I !
Tampa on at Raiford July 11 when
Roll and Shingles reprieves -
Roofing The Swedish scene is given an Your Club Today point a chief of police . Ball]l "HALF HOUR CARTOONS"CHILDREN i
granted them by Gov. UNDER TWELVE IN' CARS ADMITTED FREE
.
Windows and Sashes
American touch 1904 Ford
by
a Harbor chartered by the recent
Florida School for the Caldwell expire.Teachers ORLANDORoUry Club CefC Bid*.. was FIRST SHOW 7M5 COMPLETE SHOW FROM It:Mcb
Doors and Frames $4.512; car. 12:15 p m, CiTltan Club Southland Restaurant State Legislature.
Dear and Blind. released $422.755 I 12:15: p.m.; Seminole Encampment
and reserved $94285: Florida A. Plan 44th No 13. IOOP. Fraternal Bldt. too: PID.i !
THOMASLUMBER : Construction Record .
Elk* Elks Lodce 8:00: p m
and :M.. College for Negroes, released -
AVON PARK: Rotarr Club. Jacaraoda
$1.313,999 and reserved Annual Convention Hotel 12:IS p mBARTOW. :
'CO. ; Broken at St. Pete
I ; Rotary Club. Masonic Temple. -j
$238.115: State Plant Board. released TALLAHASSEE [rAP The 44th 12 OS p.mi .
231 W. Gore ,Ave..:TeL 4107 o $337,270'and withheld i' ST. PETERSBURG tAP A 20- annual convention of the American I i DAYTONA BEACH Klwania Club. Palmetto II IIt
construction record for St. fi
$148,340 as reserve. year Clubhouse 12:15 p m .
Teachers' Assn will be held
Petersburg was broken when per- I EUSTIS: Klwanis Club Grand View Ho- fj
mits for i at the Florida A. and M. College I tel. 12'IS pm.KISSIMMEK. j
new building totaling $2-
for I : CSWV 7:00 p m.t MWt.ryOrder _
Negroes here
July 2Q-22.
300,000 were issued during June : of Serpent! and Llard. PraternityBldg. I
Building Director H. M.: Nielsen I The convention theme will be I 1 .. 1:30: p.ra,: Business! and Professional t
The American Teacher and The : Woman Club Arcade Hotel 12:15 p.m.l.EESBURO .
said yesterday.The ; Rotary club. CIVIc Center. ,t .T'r.L.
Spend The Holidays At permits were divided about World Situation. Willam Hastie I 12U I : pm.
equally between home building Governor of the Virgin Islands I SAo t r pm
and commercial construction ;and Drt George S. Counts of Columbia I i ST. CLOUD Business Men'. Club, 8:00- ;
- Nielsen said. University will be guest p.m. I HOfE'oroHiy I
I I WINTER PARK Lion Club. CofC Bldf
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Giants Blast Braves With :Five Home' Runs





Page 6 (rlanta morning i'rntinrI ''I Wednesday, July 2, 1947

Mize Hits 21st 1 r I Hart Osborne


'f By BOB HAYES Robinson Will Make ; Bulla Paces U.S. Dusak's Swat I]Ryder Cup MatchesOff I ,

Jersey Joe Stripp, back from a Summer visit to.' his for '47 Plans

former New Jersey home, pays Jackie Robinson, Brooklyn's Homer Boston Benefit AppearanceFor Gives Cards i" '; Brough AdvanceAt
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Negro first baseman high compliment. ; Doyle's FamilyLOS I Stars Shape for 48 PlayNEW

Stripp went back to Ebbetts Field, where he too, captured ANGELES tAP Match Gaining ; Win Over BUGS YORK tAPJ Fred Corcoran -

the fancy of Flatbush's faithful as a star third baseman Beaten 153NEW maker Babe McCoy announcingthat I promotion director of the WimbledonLONDON
: Golf Assn..
Welterweight ChampionRay PITTSBURGH (tAPJ Err Dusak. US'Professional'

and saw the Dodgers play, a few games. [Sugar) Robinson had British : lanky Cardinal outfielder homered -r leaves for Hoylake. England,
agreed to fight Los Angeles' Open j night by air for a conference IAP1 Uncle Sam
"You have to hand it to that Robinson" he.observed. "He's YORK [API Blasting five Jackie Wilson in a non-title in the top half of the ninth in- Tuesday with British PGA officials -

alright as a ball player. He's still a little rough around first base. homers the New York Giants I match Sept. 23 at the Olympic I I I ning last night to break a 1-1 tie I today regarding the Ryder nIeces. did yesterday' what his ten-

but he's learning fast. And he's plenty rough up there at the rushed the National League's Auditorium here said yesterdaythe HOYLAKE. Eng. DPI The entire and give the St. Louis team a 2 to Cup matches for 1948. nis playing nephews did Monday

plate. pace-setting .Boston Braves 15-3 I New Yorker had volunteeredto I American entry of five led Ii I 1 edge over the Pittsburgh Pirates.It I R. C. T. Roe. secretary of the -sent three players into the semi-
give "a most generous donation" was the third straight night tilt announced yesterI I
i by slugging Johnny Bulla of Phoenix British PGA final round of their singles division
"And don't let anybody kid either. he went "All those Tuesday night in a game that was j
you on. I from his purse to the won by the Cards on long hits in day in Hoylake. where the BritI I
players in the National League aren't making things easy for that halted at the end of seven innings family of Jimmy Doyle. Ariz., passed the 36-hole j the final inning. I ish open tourney is being i at the world-famed Wimble

either. I saw one pitcher-there's no use calling names- because of rain. Doyle promising young Los 11 qualifying test for the British I Ernie Bonham of the Pirates I played this week that the pro- don Tourney. San
Negro Osborne Francisco
Margaret
Angeles boxer. died last week Championship yester- and Jim Hearn were hooked up in 1947 matches had been -
Bob Thomson Willard Marshall. Open GolJ j posed I
.throw three dust-off pitches at him and then Robinson cracked one after-b ing knocked out by RobInson a tight pitching duel until Dusak called off but that the competition Louise Brough. Beverly.
with 95 others who will
of his next pitches against the rlghtfield screen for a two-base hit." Buddy Kerr. Walker Cooper and I in Cleveland. day along broke up the ball game with his would be resumed in 1948. Hills Cal.. and Doris Hart. Miami -

Stripp! also] watched the Pirates play a game or so. "What- Jhonny Mize homered for the Giants I start from scratch today in a 72- j looping hit into "Greenberg Gar- I j marched into the round of
while hole grind for Slammin Sam dens." four but Mrs. Pat Canning Todd.
of ball players they are! It's enough to give Billy Herman night- I | j
'crew Three
Yankee Hidden Cal..
my Trim Valley was oustedby
Snead's undefended crown. Despite a threat of rain and a Phillies
.mares. And 111 swear Greenberg can't move that far" he said, ges- two circuit Tomr j I There doubts the j'I last-place Pittsburgh ball club, I a 28-year-old blonde from

,turin? a space of some six inches with his hands. for the were grave as another standing-room only crowd !; South Africa.

Joe watched the Pirates play as Bing Crosby's guest sitting In Mize's fourbagger _. _ _ _ Hurlers With second round opened that big Vie \ of 37.844 was on hand for the Dodgers 5-3 ; Mrs. Todd was the 7-5, 6-4 vic
was his 21st _ Ghezzi of Kansas contest. j tim of Mrs. Sheila Summers, the

,Bine's box. of t he season '::. ,. . F- r1City. Kan.could I The banner crowd was the larg- first American 'girl of top rank

top output in the AL All-Stars gain one of the I est for a night game here this Padgett Stars to be ousted from the All-England
Tom Starling chairman of the City Recreation Board. reports majors. .' . ,., 100 berths In'I
.. I I ;. season and pushed the total Pirate classic by a non-U. S. player since
'that a fair amount of the'necessary material for installing a light- Johnny Sam '", CHICAGO TAP] Three NewYork .. S .... the tournament I home attendance to 569.001.ST. PHILADELPHIA [API The ; before World War II.

)Wing system at Carter St. Park the Negro baseball dIamond. has been was batted out Yankee hurlers and naturals I .', . proper. The LOUIS [N] .I PITTSBURGH (N1 I Philadelphia Phillies collected only I Miss Osborne. seeded No. 1 in
before Bobby Feller of Cleveland and Hal former PGA sirs. shrissSrhn.I.b but two of them,
completing six hits yesterday
. : S 1 1 3 111'0&... 4 1 1 5 1D.k.rf i the drive to find a successor to
procured."I the first inning : :jf Newhpuser of Detroit dominatedan champion far ; 5 1 a T RuMrlLrf 4 I 1 S S along with five walks in the sixth Pauline Betz. justified her rank-
don't hardly !see how them can get their lights ready for when the , : ... eight-man American League back in the field iMuMai.ib s 5 2 a at.<;iMin.3i: > S'. S 4 1Mlssgh.If4S1SSIKIner.If produced five runs and enabled
ing by eliminating Mrs. Kay
4 545
use this year." he added. "But they're almost sure to be ready forpaT Giants batted i pitching staff chosen yesterday ; with a 79 Monday I rtki-.rr S S 1 a 11unrnbrn.il 4 5 I 4 t the Quakers to nip the Brooklyn Stammers Menzies. 6-2.. 6-4. Miss

next around. Thom- . .: ". 1 I for the 14th All-Star baseball: 'Ic :It deliberately j! Dirrini.rf S a a S /|\Vratakfif I t 1 2 Dodgers 53.Southpaw . 1 1
] year. Kiirw.ki.Sb 4 1 1 >|H on hit hIs 10thhomer game at Wrigley Field next Tues- whipped around Hatten had the
Joe
I I I .** i a 1 1 SJBaiiamkl.n 2 S t 1 'I Wynn Bolton of Australia, 6-2.
with one Mizeon : I the Arrowe ,C.IJ\ Yost's climb from baseball to day.The
Eddie obscurity
The story'of a- Hcarm.p 411131| ,63. Miss Hart was the first to
and Marshall his 17th win one I mound corps was picked l .. Coiirse yesterday .. final sixth when __ :
position where he ranks among the top American League'third base- aboard to feature the rally. I by Mgr. Joe Cronin of the Boston l -- in 35-37-72 for I Total 4. S 12 17 Ill l| Totals 10 1 ( 27 fSrora he walked the '! reach the semi-finals by defeating -

man holds a little special interest for Orlando. The story originated Cooper rapped his 17th with one Red Sox. who will direct the: i Bulla a total of 151. hsr ionium: first three bat- > Mrs. Jean Bostock of Eng
.. __
SI. Imill IItl OM> 1'1I1-1
land .4-6. 6-1. 6-2.
on. and Kerr connected for his I four strokes better than he needed 1'1".h".b . mm IM ww_l ters and was
here.Clark thIrd with one on off Clyde Shoun Feller Hurts Back to qualify. I 1 Error*.: Cox. Runs batted fa: ROMIVU. l>it.ak.. lifted in favor of The pairings bring Miss Hart
Griffith and Yost himself were concerned about Yost'spredicament second Boston pitcher. Mize poled I' Tvo-baw. hn: iIi nn. Ruswll. )Is,4s1. B'1,5. .- and Miss Brough together in one
Bulla. starting with a sizzling .. ..... ..... Clyde King.
coUJdn't' ST. LOUIS rAP] Bob Feller's n. Mt: 'tIS. Home run: I>u.- k.Sarriflr
when the Nats were here in the Spring. Griffith his 21st with one on off Si Jhon- participating in the All-Star i I six under par 30 at Arrowe. fin- *: _10'11I. Double plan: Nonhrr a"*! i Jim Tabor semi-final match probably tomorrow -

send Yost to Chattanooga. which was what he wanted to do. because son.Holmes baseball at ;ished with a 67 to pair with his Mttsial.. Left on,baW.: Lent, I%. ntl-b.ir liI. greeted K J n g while Miss Osborne will
Chicago next
collected In addition to game Bav on t>all' : Bnobam I. H'lrn 1. 8trikrmt I Ii
to from
'of the GI Bill of Rights. Yost wanted to go to Chattanooga too. Tuesday became doubtful last opening 75 for a total of 142 whichi <: ivmham *. Hears 5. I'aipito: Jorda Barrsee with a two-run i attempt get revenge Mrs.
his two homers a triple to lead the I him third in the P5"TI_ :J' Summers in the. other.
: When Comr. Happy Chandler came here to visit the Nat camp. Braves at bat. S night when severe back pains i placed unwieldy i :. double. After Del The top-seeded men's sintrles
group of 252 seeking to qualify.His .
Griffith huddled with him at length over the Yost problem. BOSTON CA) I NEW YORK -CN) forced the Cleveland Indians' I out nine of 30 set a new competitive Ennis was pur- team of Jack Kramer and Bob
sbk. al .behs. fireball ace to withdraw in the posely passed to '
'Chandler wouldn't waive the hard-and-fast rules. Yost stayedon' Hal..,.,, 42I25Rgii.2b $5422M.MCk.cf2 second inning of the Tribe's tilt course record for that : Indians Defeat refill the bases. Falkenberg brought the United

with t he Nats. Cece Travis who looked like he was ready for . 1 2K..s. $1 I I 1 distance. Al > .. ;'States forces another easy triumph
Lakeman
Rew.U.If I' 1 2 .,Tboa-.d 5 S S 1 S with St. Louis. pop- .' I
.a* pre-war showing this year' during the Spring folded like a ton of EIII..t.b! 2. 5 5 1'111".110' 4 1 1 1 5 - I The husky U. S. pro one of the 1 1I I ped out but King the pair moving into the
TarlJ11I 2 S t I .1M..n.rf I I 1 1 S great distance hitters in the game semi-finals with a 6-2. 6-4. verdict -
brick. And Yost was installed at*third. His .280 batting average Isn't Ii.zi. S S S 1VI'&pi.e SRY1Lb American Leaguers and whos<< passed pinchPadgett
Britain's Derek Barton
2 'I : I !:GO.bm.f : i ; : SF..4z..sIISSULi,4uk.Sb other personnel already has beer; and twice a runner-up in theI Browns 9-3 hitter Johnny Wyrostek to forcein over
but his of the hot certainly has British three shots and Geoff Paish.
,too Impressive. guardianship corner sri I selected in a poll of 1,973,493 faru I j Open. was the tying run.
lot of And the 20-year-old Yost who never played rIlIlR.Y SSSS1Jfl&P; 35155Johna.p back of the leader and favorite I Kramer plays Dinny Pails of
'raised eyebrows. conducted
a S S S S 11 by the Chicago Tribune' I King got Emil Verban to bounce
a minor league game of ball is on his way to a: promising major league .141 IiIr t S S S SKarl.p and associated newspapers radic; Norman Von Nida of Australia | ST. LOUIS [AP A five-run into a force out at the plate but | Australia today in one men's sin-
\ SSSI5a.p I who add,d a 32-37-69 to his i ties semi-finals while Budge
I seventh inning with home by i
stations and magazines. runs pinch-hitter Don Padgett then i
-simply because straight-laced rules prevented a logical sea- $ 555551heuLp 1 11 !
career opening 70 for and shot
139 one Patty, the Los Angeles giant killer
$" 1 1 1 Hsiiiisn The American League AU- Hank Eawards and Ken Keltner came through with a single that
soning move. Such Is baseball! J' t S 11! Star pitching nominations, besides back of Arthur Lees 'veteran sent the Cleveland Indians on to sent Ennis and Wyrostek home 'I and Tom Brown the California
-----1 ---- Feller and Newhouser British professional, who had a 9 to 3 victory over the St. Louis with the law student. compete in the other.
Totall! 39 3I 21 19 Tau 33 n 11t I include I winning runs.Ennis' .
A first class bit of rivalry looms on the local wrestling front. a popped eat far Johmoa In Ith. freshman hotshot Frank rounds of 71-10-141. Browns last night. consecutive hitting streak I

The American Legion and'Promoter Temple Mason. dissolve their \Beaten.. York___________ i:2 In $05 03 t--1JBolnua I Shea, Spurgeon "Spud1 Chandler Frank Stranahan of Toledo. Jeff Heath and Vern Stephens was halted at 19 games as he I!i Negro Grid Star Will
Ctlled md ,r nth>. adding a fine 34-31-71 at Hoy. i hit circuit blows for the Brownies I
relationship late this month. i and Joe rage of the Yankees. grounded out in his first two trips
E",, ; EIJI.lt. Runs battad in: a.Thornton lake to his first round 73. led the in the contest which saw eight to Return to Indiana
Paul "Dizzy" Trout I the plate and I
of De
The Legionnaires plan to promote their own wrestling startIng 2. Manhall 2. Loorkf, B1 liter I. KerrI. amateur field with 144 and I : was intentionally
IT. Crapw 2. )tIZ. 2. I........ Two bate hlu: troit. Jack Kramer of St. Louis was I two-base hits for both clubs. j walked in his final two appear- I BLOOMINGTON. fAPl George
in August. RI...*'. Torsoon. .....IL Thraa bate bits: Holmct.Tbonmn. and Walt tied for sixth amon the qualifiers I Bob Feller started on the mound
Masterson of ances. The
_. Marhall. Wash I II streak is the longest of 'Taliferro, 195-pound Negro sensation -
Holmes
H turn: 2. Thnnuon. while two other Americans-Bob
Mason Is angling for another deal and possibly will go into W. C*>p r. Ken. :)11.rlfkOi: 3...... ington. I I for Cleveland struck out the first the major league season so far. of the Indiana University Big
Sweeny Jr. of New York and StaffS
.the business right away under sponsorship of another veterans or- DMMa play: Signer Ken and Mia..*.. ..Left ..i In addition to the eight starter:. three St. Louis batters to face him Brooklyn's Jackie Robinson ex Nine Champions in 1945. said yes-
barn: Boaum 4. Xew Tork 4. R. balla: Set. Charlie Jennings of Medford '
ganization. .ff Bain I. 3.... !. Johnsm I. Strikemiti: J.,.- named in the fan balloting. Mgr. N. J.-were bunched in a ]I but in the second inning Paul tended his consecutive game hit- terday he has been dischargedfrom
4. gnaw. 1. JoanaoM 1. Karl 1. JUte: aft Cronin also followed poll sentiment .. I group Lehner and WFalt Judnich nicked ting skein to 18 by singling to the Army and would return
The promotional end of the so-called sport has been worthIn .. at 149.
8aln I la lInnlni; Phoun T I 2-a; Johann Bob for singles after Bill Hitchcock center
.. in rounding out the 25-play. in the seventh inning. ; to Indiana for the statr of the
a l 2: Karl 1 I. I. I.iug vitrrter: $ One stroke back of Bulla at II
the neighborhood of $100 a week it.Is. understood. ..pit..: )I..n.... Henliiw Ballanfaat and er American League squad for the I flied out. Feller complainedof BROOKLYN (N) |PHILADELPHIA IN) i football season.

So. for those who like the ring shows-and that's what thy Sttvart. Time; 1:31.Benton. battle with the National LeaguE 143 71-72 were and Dai Bert Rees Gadd of Wales first round with I' a sore back and Steve Gromek I I'I 1I1.nky.It RI a 1 r I II S a I."':- .'_. .t 5 1 r 5 It %. .5

are business may be brisk and Interesting for a spell now. squad bossed by Eddie Dyer of tluSt. I leader at 6677.Tied took over mound- duties for the "B'5.or.1b.. 4 5 1 5 1'H.Wr.rf.Ur.Walk'r.rf a 1 5 2 5 LOWER -II It'* Sought
Indians. .ha..I' 1 1 1 *'A** ., 2 1 5 S I .
Louis Cardinals.The COST Sn Tlma> WFinanc
. _...
Hurls with Stranahan at 144 'I .T 45)2)
Cleveland took an early lead on LOANS *
rurllhtrr
starting lineup, exclusive oj r were four British pros-John S. la tEn.li.irRrnt.ia 1 I I 1
the pitcher will be George Me-. doubles by George Metkovich and .JO''UI1,31r I I 1 I 1Lak.! ..... 4. I I I IfInifcUlrncnt
Mack Back Meridien/ Burton H. E. Osborne. Bill Shank- .
Connie at 351 HfMU.Ui 2.555
I in the first inning
Lou Boudreau
Quinn. New
York. first
base: Jo To Win land and Frank Jowle. At 145 were < J 1 4 *,tt MMk.cf J I 5 I 5
Tigers Gordon. Cleveland second base;;: Fred Daly. Art Perry and I picked up another run in the second a. I A'Klna.8 V-,_ . $ Lan
Charley
: two in the fifth-then S CIS J'J. 's I
George Kell more
Detroit. third base
Athletics Not for Sale : Ward, all British pros while the t aHrrmanski1i..1, 1515. Dtpt. 4th Floor
Says Lou Boudreau. went into their seventhinningblast
Cleveland. short I
Over ChicagoCHICAGO - 146 ties included two former I IDueIly.p I t I S SI.
__ ___
stop: Buddy Lewis. Washington. against Brownie hurler Ellis -----L I.T.tali FIRST NATIONAL lANK
British
MERIDEN, Conn. [AP] Cornelium McGillicuddy came rightfield; Ted Williams. Boston I. and Dick champions.Burton.Newark. Henry Cotton Kinder. .-. _* nn ai for 3 tsji Ktaxinild lt la! TIII.II..... n I S Ii l% Member.. Federal Dp"..! Ireytu Corp.,.'S

back to the grass roots of his venerable career in baseball ; [API Alton Benton left field: Joe DiMaggio. Nev, Edwards' blow came with Dale \ forEiwr IaII! saa I. Sib. - -- -
ajlowed only three hits yesterdayin R..u. __ _ ___ 205
1"1
yesterday fulfilling a promise to return he made 63 earning his fifth triumph of York. center field and Budd: Mitchell on base. while Keltner 11..1..1.. _, _,_ __ ___ ... 55r-s ALL-FLORIDA
Rosar Philadelphia catcher. : Bears scored behind Boudreau and oe1 I : R..... lion bait* to: T...... t, E d.wd. -
years ago. the year as the Detroit Tigers defeated Pres. Will Harridge of thi Gordon. .. Tafcur. 2.V_.k. Fa.*M, 2. Two bat I METAL AWNINGS CO.

It was a member of the Meriden team in the ConnectiT the Chicago White Sox. 2 American League in announcini CLEVELAND IA1 ST. LOUIS Ml *hit**.nz.T..A4a..,... _Ra4la..s.: T........ larriflees: I I Life-time .aluminum

_'..'v.. ,T..._.....a.......... ....),...f... '....'ll.r..t"I11I.--........u.w.-. ., to 1. Cronin's selections pointed ou Whip Yankees )Irtk........, ab5ss& 2 2 S flPlllincfr.Sb'? sins 4 I 1 J I DI .-. atari:Jorum'"....... and Ptelrn. Krhailti burJnraruni. -; 1 F. II. A. Financing
yet known as Connie Mack- Detroit broke a 1-1 tie with an that the manager would be unre MitchHUf S a 2 S CK'oJrroin.rf 4 S 1F.d..nSs.rf S I Kaari. Trrtraa and H. Walker left an ka...: i ii I
fore 'more than 10.000 persons unearned run in the eighth. JIm- I S 1 S 2 "lBtevs.u 4 1 I IIThn.draus411PIHrmikJf i PMIafeipMa *. Rmkln a. Bases m. balls: I DON GRACE
made his debut In professional against hometown Meriden stricted in handling his team wit]i NEWARK, N. J. rAP] The News 41345 "ft rftai. 4. Haiti* 3. KialJ a. ItamUr L I 1
a my Outlaw walked with one out. Wrmrk .. nil N. Mills. Phones 7875 Z-4C21
M: Halt %
baseball In 1884. He left Mericen two exceptions-the eight regular ark 15SI5Lrhnrr.rf 41125 I Mum 2. Dorortlj i. HH: I
Bears of the International .
at the end of that to team. Pat Mullin struck out but Outlaw who I BntMiwn.lb 5 I 41 OtJwtnteh.il 4 5 1 r t I j ff Hattm a In 5 lamlnti Him* oat 'In IIthl: '
season begin the fan
topped will
j Thousands of persons sweltered went to third when Cass Michaelslost poll star t League turned on their proud rrtnn.Jh J T II a JIMitrkrk.Jb 4 5 I 5 1 I i KIPZ a In f. Hrhan T In '; Damwitr J m .to I .
the upward climb which carried P.lled ,. .,...,. '
hall
the and 25545 : Ijk
in Depot Square and their game play a minimum o f parents, the New York Yankees K.I.3b412)SIF.arI.e! I Wintiinx pItcher: drhanx.
him into the big leagues as a player voces Eddie Mierkowicz's pop singlein three innings and I 11,15c lilt 1KhlT.D 2 0 0 5 3FeII'r.p wlni plirbrr: Kins fmpirn: Barllc,,. Oore
I. roared In wild acclaim as the the Mierkowicz stole no pitcher wil]II and defeated them. 5-2 before 17- 1 II 5 5 *|.8ctraltiGromtk.p 1" S I S I I and Tinrtli. Tim. 2 I 1".
and then a manager and team sparse. angular baseball leader sun. sec- toil longer than three innings un- 853 fans here last night in an a. t t II F..I... S t 5 5 'I $30.00Exterminat
ond and when Skeeter I I1 I
Dickey
owner. 'IbZarUU 1I5iITrAils
less is
I there an overtime.The .
stepped the train. of Orlando
from Many : exhibition game. Winter Park
threw -----1 --- --
Back to greet the grand old man over Michaels' head Outlaw ,
those waiting to greet him had Yankees. thanks to Mal Mallette.-who has been un- as S IS 27 1\) ToUto :31 I t Z7 fA
'
;of baseball on this steaming July, been In the square for more thanan scored. Cronin's three mound nicks and able to -IVppnl out for Kinder In 7th.B I Legion Tilt Rained Out'Rain tho" Tennftes: !
post a single victory in ,
day were some Chicago scored its run in the -I'wpxl out far Fannm in ath.8rmt
hour. waiting under blister. fan sentiment will have the I We furnish everything for $30.
the International League held the > tqr Innings::
'of his old "boys"among third. Floyd Baker drew a walk "... ___ .. I forced postponement :yesterday .
ing sun to see the one man aboveall biftest All-Star rroresentation ( .1.l llt II* II!" ia0..5B Hundreds of homes are pro-
New
Yorkers to four hits. Mel
'-. them wIth two out. Dave Philley lineda ,. ixmi "0 nni ni -J of the scheduled American
who meant "baseball" to them --eight players including Shea. his ... .. ... I tected by this old reliable company -
Jack Barry the triple to right scoring Baker. Queen pitching opponent got Err : II.n Rum batfixl In: Ko Klr a. Legion Junior baseball game be-
There was a sparkle In Mack's Chandler. Parr. Catcher Aron Kinder. Edward 4. Kath. Krt'a r 3. BUTTirehaw **""- .
the longest hit off him
of his : when he tween the unbeaten
shortstop Detroit scored the tying run In his: Mnbvrirk. Boodn-aa 1. Dilliiwr I Orlando and
he looked Robinson.
as Outfielder
out Charley
,famed $100,000 1.-., ,:'. eyes crowd and stood over the the fourth. .Roy Cullenbine open- Third homered to lead off the eighth in- Stfuhpiw. Kdwsrd: K.It,,",. Lrtiiwr.Home Winter Park nines. I We service Leesburr,. Eustls
silently to receive Keller. Baseman Bill rena: BeatS. .Krtwant. Urttarr, ginKtalvn **""-
Infield of pre- ( their roaring tribute. He ed with a single. Outlaw singled Johnson McQuinn and DiMag-: ning. The other' Yankee run came bane: Dilllnirr. Txiohle play*: Cordna Carlisle Hughes, coach of the ; Tavares, Mt. Dora Cocoa De-
"World War I ':'Ci'5days was back In Meriden and told the him to third and Cullenbine scoredas tio. in the first on a pair of errors. and Boodtrai; III.phftl. Bitrheork and JutlnlrILl..ft local Legion nine and Larry Land. Sanford. etc.
and Patx, ", $' :' Mullin forced Outlaw. The game came to a sudden .... ...-*.: nmlaml 5. 0.. IxmU T. Ban I Chubb tutor of the Winter Park I
waiting crowd that he had always Cleveland and Detroit hay e .. balln: r.rmwl ::, KInder S. Stnkwmw: fell !
rick Carter of \,.'( v\. .... intended to "get back sooner." DETROIT$ (A) j CHICAGO (A) four players each. The India halt with two out in the ninth ..r 3. Gronwk 5. Kinder Hits: off F llr S club will arrange for a playoff of I Bonded and Insured
Brookf ield.Mass.A- ...:. ,: < n I when sudden Oroimk 5 in t 1-3 tiff
The 5,555 sirS. iLak a 'rain squall hit la 1 1-3 Inninn; off : I the washed-out game next week.MOVING .
who came .with .: exhibition game was preceded *..t t S :R.ker.IIt :2 1 5 S ICuII.bS.Sib I quartet will include Feller. Boud. the park. Kinder 11 In 7; off Fanjtm 1 in 2. Winuiripitrhrr !. I : George J. Boyte, Owner -
Mack to Meriden .""'. by several'radiobroadcastsand 4 i 2 a 5 rtiijitT.trI 4 1 1 I IthMl..ef I reau. Gorrton and the only othe.-1 Arm* hr' Innlnei: : Kmmrk.. U m" pitrhrr. Kinder. I'mMm I I III
>; :' 1225AppIi.tsg I 4525 : MrKlnlrj. Summer Kite and rapanlla.Tim
"'" :r."" ceremonies at the field, presided ; catcher Jim Hegan. The Tipe r I : .. Tot* f Al IM IK* HI-t 4 I Write or Call
after playingagainst .. 4 5 5 I I Tork.U I" S a IMiermnLif j 1S.... *: 2:14. ? j
flnr.J 11 mm 11 S 11rallnt '
him the over by Newscaster Lowell 4 5 Sit I K.HidTJt 4 t S 1 I IK.1LS' I I foursome is Trout. Newhousei r. I t II
( In ton of ninth Innln.n1n.1Q1.
Thomas. at which Mack was presented : 2 5 I 2 t S.Twker.rf 4 5 5 SMulUn.rf t Fireproof storage . .
Ken and. Outfielder Pat Mullin. "" and Hnuk Mallfte and Lmlar.I .
before In ;
year with Wfhb.'b: 21SSflrke.e I : 55551SIn. I S I I Movers of fine furniture 'BOYTEEXTERMItlA
the BrookfIeld A full silver many gifts Includinga ... I" 5 I I CMirlUKkT.Ib: I s 4 B:1cph:1I1'c: .: Bin Six. i
series. service set and acces- a-.... 455S2L.ps.p. Z..1 I ----- - --l I ORLANDOTRANSFER

town hand to Mack sories. Tet.I. SI 2 T: 27 11 Total :lOt I a 27 1] I Daytona Beach Asks Track FBy Assocnfed Press & STORAGE CO. CO.
Also on greet the own- Mack hi Dog
participated a nation- Detroit _____ ____ _ ooa 1'"* aiaCnlnie -! ; (Three leaden In each league)
er-manager of the Philadelphia wide radio broadcast just before -___ __ ____ ____ Ml *n* 505-1 Player. and. Club o ab r h Pd.Boudresu. TEL. '1511 Phone 9532 Z2 1 S. ham St.
Athletics was Albert B. [Happy the Ermr: Dicker. RUM batted in: Pklller. Mid11 Indiana 53 187 29 66 .352
game during which he told Bill .. .... .... I Purillo Dodgers.48 160 21 56 .350 I
nrPhW. Stolen Mlerkowlra.
Chandler. commissioner of base- Stem sports broadcaster that the . Sarririre: Webb. Left ra bam: :Detroit- Racing Dates Set by CommissionMIAMI Walker. Phillies ._ 64 234 34 80 .342 I
James U Cards 65 239 37 81 .339
ball. Gor. McConaughyof Slaughter. r'
1 Philadelphia Athletics were not 5. (1In. S. Bale m ball<: off Benton La- .--
Connecticut. Mayor P. R Danaher for sale. Asked If he would sell pat pusaI1 5. Mrlkonti.. : Kratnn !. Lnpat i. rniplm: [UP] The Florida Racing Commission yesterday i I!, Kell DiUacalo.Tiger Yankees- - 64 63 241 237 45 2 6 78 80 .324.338
Beer Hvbtaanl and Hnrley. TlaM: i/1
of Meriden and many other the team when It time for 'Run Batted in ) -& }
came
lt-\ I II
notables. him to retire. Mack said again granted Hialeah Park, the juicy .middle dates of the I National; League I American; Leagu It l' % if if .5 ,

.- It was Connie Mack's day "No. Ill give the team to my coming pony season and directed Gulfstream, which had Ml Cooper.e. Glints Giant 61'DiMaiglo:59johnson: aYnkeea Yankees 43 44 D'.o"Ig 4L } fr C

from the moment he stepped sons and theyll take over. I Hank Greenberg. first baseman of clamored for t he center schedule, to open the 1947-48 season Marshall. Giant 57,Williams. Red Sox 42 t ,,
from a trim at the Meriden hope that the Mack will the Pittsburgh Pirates and former Horn RunsNational
'railroad station until he led his and run the Athletics.alwaysown Detroit American League star. had pn uec. J.Tropical I' I Giant League 2iIgplIpt' American. :Yankees LeagueMize. 13 I .

team in an exhibition gamfe be-. Asked concerning reports that attempted to purchase the team. Park which withdrewits Dee. 30-April 12. Kiner. Pirates 17'Williams Red Sox 13 t
Mack said that Greenberg had not request to be the season opener Marshall. Giants 17'Gordon.': Indiana 11 t
made him an offer. after Gulfstream's heated campaign Sponsors of a .new dog track I Cooper. Giants 17! I

"But If he did." said'Mack, "my for the choice dates was I Ii I at Daytona Beach were told that

Your 4thLAKESIDE answer would be the same as it i given the tail 4$ days. beginning their application for racing dates Orlando Academy of Music .i

S Spend would be to anybody else. The March 3. would be approved as soon as an
Philadelphia Athletics aren't for Hialeah the biggest money maker An Accredited School

sale. There just isn't enough of them all. will run,from Jan. accurate description of the racing Approved for G.I. Trainingby

at money to the world to buy them." 16 to March 2, during the heart of plant was filed with the Commis-

t the tourist season. If Hialeah con- sion. This formality will be complied Veterans Administration 1. I: .

tinues to give the State Its big- with in the near future the 539 Lake St. Phone 5495 _ _ -"

BLENDED WITH gest piece of race track revenue. Commission was told. iI

PARK 'i jit will be shown preference next I "" ;' .
KENTUCKY'S
FINEST i year under a 1947 law letting the "'A ts: c'L
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Y\ j pick of the dates. -
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.';/c' S I i Sunshine Park at Tampa. asked ,
,,- '. for and got another 50 day sea- I S I
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\ Swimming Boating i I I son. starting Jan. 9. I The First National Bank .. AfHiiussR THANPREWAR

The Commission declined to As a Community Service -r 4fi

I assign dates to the proposed Furnishes the Correct Time ) '.a' .'

.-:' Picnicking .. . ,Dancing 1 I' harness track at West Palm Day or Night-Dial 2.1611
: Beach until a park has been
-- ;:> j constructed. The track asked PRICES

: Ii IiI : for a 40-night season. which itguaranteed THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT ORLANDO .

AOp I could start four Capitol and Surplus On. Million Dollars Siissasa At least there is oae product your money will

n 12 to 12, ..Thursday and Friday | 'months after completion of con- nDEaVal. DEPOSIT IXfCXIXCK COIPOKaTIOlC buy that performs better and costs less than UBE.RAL.

:\!? v .' I: I attraction now in the blue print before the war. It's the new B.F.Goodrich

star that outifton tirti for hit TRADEIN
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: : Dancing from 8.to 12 I The nation's only Jal Alal Pron- shies pretf fricet. ALL

: ton. located on Miami's out skirts CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH I New technical developments and public demand OW ANCE
was directed to open Dec. 17 and FO
Illnu .Iun have combined to give car owners this rou" OLD
.. ',operate through April 10. I new tire (1) with improved quality, (Z) at n.IS
:" Dates for the State's 12 dbg $l.50
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j Wednesday, July 2, 1947FSLAttendanceUp Orlanlta iHnmtag rhttnrl Page 7

During June We made a "survey" of Lake Apopka and !

now offer oUr- findings scientific i Billy Windham Orlando Idled-
or otherwise, for what THEY
they may be, }V rth. j WILL DO IT EVERY TIME By Hatlo .


Lake Fish Ap,iciors pk -w'aY and and fish pronto, scientists, too, since are badly there needed are many out'' Score 23 Per Cent Over I < t tI I


problems to be solved, and much needs to be done, and in a hurry 1 :f F Copeland 1946's Record PaceI I. \ ByRainAt; I

Take the matter of water hyacinths alone. The water hyacinths I p' SUCCESSFUL AND-
alon and 4malded. will ruin the I (Sperial to O onoo Mom l'Q Sentinell I
fishing. and the lake before long, 'r--- UH-THEPATIENT

unless goes by action just makes i Is taken the eliminate task that much them.greater.A Every .day, every week that Doubles Victory State SILVER League SPRINGS attendance- Florida was 23 Sanford TodayThe 1

per cent better than their record

fair share of the blade] bass in the lake already are suffering I I MONTCLAIR. J. IAP1 While breaking 1846 attendance for the Orlandc Senators and five

from water-leaches which suck their life blood-these seeded list of first half of the season through
parasites live the men's singles the of the other Florida State League I
In the roots of the hyacinths i Monday night June 23. Instead
and 25th annual Eastern
jump on the bass when they swim Intercollegiate by
I 17 cent gain reportedlast clubs were put out of action !
there to feed. of the per
Eliminate the hyacinths and the leaches will disappear Tennis Championships was
Leave the hyacinths melting under torrid competition week.A rain last night
and they'll soon choke out the whole
lake! So much today, for the hyacinth yesterday: fourth ranked William recheck of DeLand's 1946 The Leesburg Pirate nosed tttt 1

menace. Vogt of Princton and unseeded total revealed an error of 10,000 7 ( g Sanford 3-2, at Sanford In tAte
according to league
Fred Otto of the admissions,
of
There are too many fish in Lake Apopka! broke University headquarters here. DeLand. Instead only game written Into the record t
Michigan out of the fieldto I
Most of the o\er-abundance. of fishes, however runs to undesirable land in the quarterfinals.Three of showing a loss of 1.147 o books. 1

species., However<<: mere are too many fish in the lake for the of the favorites at the customers had a gain of 8.853, l'' The Orlando- Land game at

: available food supply. This can be noted by any one who is interested Montclair A. C. were tossed out of or 48 per cent better than its DeLand was wiped off the beets
-just look at how 'I Tor first half of 1946 showing. =
skinny the bass the running e '
are. as a rule-look at that fish .. ; before it got under way by rain.
paid to '
of 185.993 see
the A total
with head of a 12-pounder which the crown beingdefended
scales! That fish didn't have goes only 6 pounds on tested I byYale's games during the first half of Palatka and the Islander new' ;
skinny. enough to eat-that's why' he's so I top seeded 1946 around the league compared I got a chance to get started in :

Irvin Dorfman. with 228,222 for the present : their game at Daytona Beaeh.

;, Of_ course much of the available food supply In the lake is going I Third seeded year, records revealed. '( / '# The St. AuguiUne. Saints and and J
.
to the garfish, the mudfish, the catfish the suckers, the turtles and j Richard Hart of _ S Gainesville battled for OatneMlDe two t .

so on. The black bass are having to fight for their insufficient I Miami University I ; JD\\J.-\ before one-half rain innings forced at po8tpone
seventh \ pu
share of it. -
seeded Ed MeG Leesburg Edges ;;:: //L/: The Saints held a .-1 lead at;me-

The situation is about the same as exists in European countries- rat h of St. time.Orlando

C the lake is()ver-_ pulated to start with, most of the excess being ""un John's [B roo It-- =. I ) I/I, goes to Sanfurd WDI Improving ht
the -
: desirable persons" and there just isn't enough food to go around. lyniandAans. 3-2 .-i to open a seizes with t
Sanford _ Celery Feds. Sari
if Watson of Prin d7 LT. EDMUND A.C70PEK Ztgahs
Now. the few thousand
tons of trash fish were removed.. with who owns a record of ajig i
Watson of. .
1157 CAK ST ,
great
seines underState .
supervision of course and the resulting mess Princeton seeded wins and three lease win Mm I

" lof gar, mudfish catfish.. suckers etc.! sold to Mr. Walker the ferU-1,I i tentn found the. I j I [Sper'ai to Orlando Morning Sent:neJ!] j I. %WAI4POTTE MICH. for the Senators. Tree celery Feds
; t,. lizer man over at FairviUa, for I .ii.. I.., I is:; rt&tt.i..i I 55. 55v C tics ip1rvps ii. here to Tinker Tivld to meet j
a good price, we believe the sports going too tough. Windham SANFORI>-The' sagging Lees- j come
r fishing would soon improve almost I the Solons tomorrow night i
! as though by magic. leaving seven of the original 12 burg Pirates edged the Sanford .
{ + seeded netxnen to continue the I

;, r Of course, there is reason to believe. that there Is a surplus bream battle. Celeryfeds by a 3 to 2 margin last Lucky Bob Booger Red To Run Winter Garden I

population in Lake Apopka too and that about 50 per cent of the Hart was upset by unheralded night in a ball game with one of Orlando Draws "
f John Moses of Yale. 6-2. 6-1 in a the most spectacular closings .
1 bream should be taken out-to 10-3
prevent stunting, etc. Let the fish 'i Drops Tilt i
:. 'scientists decide that, alter a carefUl. scientific check. Observation third-round McGrath, match.20-year-old Eastern I played thus far this year at Mu- In Ocala/ Feature Race July 4 >1

} however based on considerable experience Indicates .nicipal Park.Leesburg {ISoeciol to Orlondo' Morning SentfIrIefJ
that there
are indoor champion, was overpowered GARDEN-The Ceeoa
v Softball Meets WINTER
too many bream In Lake Apopka for the good of the bream and the in a third round test by Jack! was leading the Feds : r fcpt: ai to Orlando Morning Sent n&l] Junior Legion nine scored a 10.3 1

other species of desirable fish. Rixey of Virginia U. I by a 3 to 2 margin and ,with two OCALA-Horse racing fans of Central Florida are be- victory over the local Legion team

But to start with, eliminate the hyacinths and the trash fish. Rixey will meet Kenneth McCarthy men away and first and second ing promised the most ambitious Fourth of July programever City Recreation Supt. C. L. Var- here yesterday on the strength of
The.resulting train-loads of turtles of Fresno State today fora I Johnny McManus blasted and Gay's two-hit mound performance. -
ears catfish mudfish, suckers occupied. attempted by they Marion County Fair Agricultural ner yesterday announced that Orlando
Ucket into the quarters. It Cocoa's first win in
< etc. will bring a tidy sum and pay for all the work and probably will a hot grounder that looked as } Assn. made of local was
.- Otto scored two triumph. to a non-profit group up sportsmen would be host to the State two starts and Winter Garden's ;
show fine profit to boot! it tagged base hit.hecond I
., join in the round cf I though was Interested in horseflesh.In .
Vogt eight.! Baseman Charlie Ridge- speedy Girls' Softball Tournament and third loss in five starts.
Theserough or trash fish are too valuable at the present to The Michigan player defeated sey- addition to six races' Score by innings: ;
beau- purse
the ball
the
way scooped up on a District 2 men's softball tournament -
use as fertilizer; they ate worth a lot as chicken andthog feed! The hour Waldman of Columbia 6-4. RHECocoa
... . market for such trash fish is unlimited. Why let them\ swim around 6-2. in the third round :and rallied tiful on play the to contest.bring down. the curtain for all types: of horses, the spon- Fletcher Nine this year. 131 031 1-10 196' i.

In the lake-doing harm to the desirable fishes any longer? to eliminate Bruce Johnson, of Miami Leesburg drew first blood in the soring group has posted $200 in Varner also indicated that Orlando Winter Gar. 020 001 0- 3 2 12

: have 6-8, 6-0 6-2. second canto when. Manager Bill prize money for a race between stood an excellent chanceof Batteries: Gay and Fenney; Ad- ?
As
we recently shown the State of Iowa has been carry- Vogt reached the quartersearlier kinson and Sewell. i
Good unleashed a single into center Lucky Bob the State's recognized Georgians Play Softball
'. ;ting on these rough-fish removal campaigns for years. The cost of with a 75.3 verdict landing the State Men's -
and Dave Bride allowed the
the seinirur and the removal of the undesirable fish-and the resulting over Gus Peeples of Rollins. ball Goodto quarter horse racing champion Tournament.
to slip through sending
amazing improvement in sports fishing-has been paid for Second seeded Enrique Base third and Catcher Hall drove owned by: R. D. Keene of Orlando, Here TonightPeerless The State Girls Softball Tour- EXPERT

;by the "rough" fish. which were sold, and in addition to all this of Rollins defeated another : a one ply poke into center to send and Booger Red, one of the best nament will open July 24 at Exposition WATCH REPAIRING

there has been -small profit on the operations. Fioridan, Tony Vincent of Miami Good across the plate with the known Florida quarter horses own- Woolen Mills of Ross- Park. with Mrs. Katherine Crystals ta fit say watcaBLOCK'S .

No one need worry about harming the blask bass in these seining 6-3 66-4, to reach the marker. ed by Mark Britt of Winter Gar vile Ga.. members of Chattanooga's Johnson McDermott serving as
round of 16. e Sanford tallied in the Class AA Softball League will
a score tournament director. It will be a JEWELBY
Operations At least 90 per cent, of them will jump over the net Jack :
Yale's ambidexter den.Among
Geller. :
third on a single by Johnny Tomat a number of owners who meet Fletcher Motors of Orlando three-dav tourney, staged Thursday -
anyway and the few that are taken can be released unharmed. It carried his sixth seeded
player
ous coupled with a two base error by already have notified officials here at 8 p.m. today at Exposition Friday and Saturday nights. IS West Couch Street
/; would take a lot of enormous trucks, though and there would be a ranking into the round of 16 Mickey Mihahk and a single by they will bring horses here for the Park in an exhibition softball The district men's tourney will I

lot of jobs for many workers, at good pay to haul the trash fish to with a 6-2. 6-1 victory over McManus. meeting are Cecil Cowart of Or- game expected to draw one of the be held during the first two weeksIn

the processing plants. Charles Lundgren of Miami. The final runs came in the seventh lando, W. B. Keene of Jackson- largest softball turnouts of the August starting either Aug. 6 ;
FOR YOURFIREBRICK
: Edward J. Feighan 12th seeded as Salter was safe on ft miscue -
season.
13 and
yule Harry Westbury of Palatka or continuing over a four-
With a few thousand tons of trash fish out of Lake Apopka. sold player from Carroll. reached! the and moved to second on the and A. A. Story of St. Cloud.A Big Ollie Barker will be on the day period. Final details will be NEEDS.
round of 16 by defeating Yale'sLinton play. Good was at secondby
forced I
for cash on the barrel-head. to Mr. Walker at Fairvilla well sir Baldwin 60. new attendance record is an- mound for the local all-star club, set at a meeting at Orlando Ten- -
10-8 Hall.
singling through second
,; more of the available food supply in the lake would go to the black Three seeded players and unranked and driving Salter home. Amor- ticipated by the sponsors. Each while either Robert James or nis Club July 13. District 2 PHONE 6750

j;c bass. The competition would not be quite so fierce for what food Barbara Wilkins of Finch lello drew a free ticket: and Steb- Fourth of July for the last two Glenn Mic.haels-two of the fast- extends as far south as Melbourneand t I

r. there is available. ,Junior College reached the bins was hit by a pitched ball to years racing programs at the Ron- est pitchers in the Chattanooga is bordered by Jacksonville
area-will hurl for the Georgians.The AFULLLINEOFREFRACTORIES
;. Probably the seining of Lake Apopka could be made a substantial women's quarter finals. Miss Wil fill the sacks. Mihalik drove Hall ing Acres Thoroughbred Farm of Gainesville and Orlando. I ,
Peerless claim to
nine
I Carl G. Rose have attracted thou- lays Award of the State men's tourney *
. to Orlando will
the sands of fans. The layout has a depend Var-
contest ice.
-', : _work eanrmt alfbe done in a day and from time to time the trash defeated Adrienne on In the nation. and boasts *
team an
Goldberg of Baltimore and Sanford scored the final tally of .half mile training oval with a ner said, to a great extent upon STOCK t tI
ffbu- wUl.Ji rt'the upper hand again and would need to be removed Goucher College, 6-2 6-2. the tilt in the eighth canto on a' quarter mile straightaway imposing array of heavy hitters. the success of Fletcher Motors I ,

A Jake.as. big as Apopka might be a fine source of incometo I ingle by Buddy Lake, a walk Issued Never before in history of the The Fletcher nine has been Orlando's all-star combine, in the

Florida-through continuous rough fish removal. to McManus, a single by event has such widespread interest beaten only three times this season district meet.Barren Industrial Equipment Co.

Meanwhile the sports fishing in Lake Apopka. according to evi Bride and a fly by Walt Harring been manifest. scoring seven victories. I OU Burner Division* Falkacr lac. <,

i dence. would become better than It ever was. The fishing would StandingsFLORIDA ton.Two Succeeds 1620 N. Orange Phone 675ft

,.:.:. in fact, become so remarkably good that well just decline to make ai new faces appeared in the Orange All-Star
< estimate. lest some of the readers accuse us of telling another. fish TATt LEACUCTMMI lineup for the locals last night. Five Games In Coble Miami
WLPtSBTSm WWPt.S Harrington played his first game as -
j story. lit. A... IS t*..1. ''I4WIWI" M IT ...111 In a Sanford uniform since he Roster Completed
t ., i 41 M .5?? I 1".1.... !' 44 .Xt1* bought by the Feds, and Don Ford. LakeOrangeLeague Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel: Tourist ManagerMIAMI
i Jim Vincent well-known Zellnood resident, hooked a lz',4 pound ,...... 17 M all T >In."', B. ST 43.*7I imtMttt a former Leesburg Pirate backStop WINTER GARDEN-Jim Mob-
; ;beauty while fishing with Creek Chubb cripple: shiner in a Lake 'sstIN.s from
a
the 1946 season, worked rAP Charles Barren
,.,. ley, who will manage the OrangeAll
i.sh.i I II." Lft.
County lake- Sunday Vincent's bass measured 27 inches. He was OtlMtttll .pl. mm. behind the plate. TodayJim
AvtuttlM it Stars In their game with the left handed first baseman formerly RThEA
fishing in company with his son-in-law, Robert Hougher, also ofZeuWorn.ther ,.. it tUTMni Bnrk. ...... nla.IMLmC LCES9UR8 f SANFONDak I
4 OrIsn... Sb pet. Ml'*. r .. *) k. Lake All Stars here at 8:15 p.m. : with Rochester of the International *
e._" THIS lIidWW7." 4 I I .111.11.( ..... 5.134 I a Mahaffey, the veteran Friday, yesterday announced the
"-.- nie boss: was registered by Henry Murphy of the ORLAKDO atM. SsMutd.. I I prUfat.. .Ik 1H S C '!bltortf S S I I C southpaw star of the league leading names of four other players who League last night was
I Webb City Drur Store of St. Petersburg while fishing out ofJohnson's . Aaivatin at ralatka. m>rt..rf j $ I I IIBrIdfo.l'f 4. I I S Apopka nine will attempt the will round out his squad. named manager of the Miami
J
-'Y JfeLant at Daptana JIearIL.GaI II.Itn.311 4 1 I 1 "Harsgts.f I t.. S l S
"Fish' Camp on Lake Apopka. Murphy's bass hit the III. at Lmtar. lt'nd._ 4 1 I I .11funaY.1II 4 S S S I iron man stunt at Apopka in one Mobley said Vernon Maltby Hal Tourists in the Florida International -
\;: : scales at eight pounds and was taken with live bait. B.U.. 4 1 I 5 11"11( _..... I S .II I of the feature clashes on schedulefor Morton. Jimmy Davis and Bob
NATIONAL LEACUC aa< ,ttvm W L rrt. .'fnm W L ret.J CSK. ..._....d S I I I,Panic S S 1fl I I this afternoon in the Lake- Potter all of the ellwood Lake- Coble. who resigned yesterday.
; -I ..,.. 17 25.5<1, !(.'III.. sa 23.515 5Bn.klp Mihallk.* t S t S Ii HmvllMSCZ711 .1 I" S I ST..t. Orange League. Orange League entry, would round
FOR DEPENDABLE 25 WT: H* lnrl Kill S3 M 44 ( .. 21155 out the previously announced Barron, 33, broke into organized
S. TaVk 3SZT W t.'PWlphla I* '' .41X11ft. IIL&A.p 21255Tos Mahaffey. who turned in a five- baseball with Tyler. Texas, in 1936
*.i. 14 Jl.515 smrttuknh. 15 It 11 11" - l hitter over Winter Garden his last squad picked from the other tTMt' ,
I and there four seasons. He
RADIO SERVIOE ) stayed 5
\MT Tart IL BoataB I (tallad aod Tib" t.Ia). Tw.ta .StilSIli Orange entries in the league-
5*. I.nlt 1. PltMtartk. 1. A-liinalt> far onfa tk. time out. is booked to hurl both batted .284 with Rochester last
I CALL FliUadflvMa'' Braoklr L Brore bj Innlno. ends of a doubleheader with the Apopka Winter Garden, Winter
is to arrive
I 1._ Tatay-tAM NifM tpisbu,1 __ _ SIC fill IN-I Park and Ocoee. year. Barron expected
Prababla aduhcra: (ww ...s. kwt ircenia toparaaUMtM Sanford __ __ _ CCI *$5 11_1 potent Mount Dora nine.The twin today to take charge of the fourth- iETERTTiPeston
i ASSOCIATED5300t ): Isrm- BriM. Hihabk.) no..... 11_ batted bill is set for2:30: p.m. team.
place
4 I New TM at Braokl7JaM (S-I) .*. BnaraBcaia hi: Bail Mi-Hun.. o.od. Minaliq. Htrrlnrtoo. In other tilts booked for play Last Night's Fights
?---- kit.: BrM. ?Tam'-ba hit: fttrtMM. -
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it rbIIid.ipsta-Barnt& <(-S) ... Jarl-; < Borrtnm: W r. Double.plan' : Dralrr Is today: \ BROOKLYN N. T. (AP> Buddy Knox.I :.
I ._ Hurra t* ftfrMMua t. StIwra.a t. Ford: I 224 Dayton. Ohio. outpointed Harry
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aim >1. Bob Ivey's Winter Park
... TMMI t s U>Ma.M t. 8ihvna. MrMaam t. Mgr. Berntten 205. Brooklyn la the elaht-round
t 5 STAR QUALITY COU LT TOal MOTOR ClUB Ofitrmatt\tr rtarimatl\ 4S-4I at 'Pittaawafc. -Pttmaa (1-S) .Mum <. 811.) .......... Loft is ...., t.akunr entry travels to Eustis. main event at MacArthur Stadium. '

." .. .. OolT triMdulcd. taaMal.AMEMICAN. 4. SanfOrd BM 5. twill: err Mihalik: The Zellwood Mud Hens will be ,
-- f. Tat S. Struck .
k
OIL FILTERS : sat: ? Blhallk) II Touit NEW YORK fAP) Lent Simon. 141. Lot
.. LEAGUEInm 1. r....> 1. Hit.: an Lak t IB 1 tealnc.ruM. ) S hosts to the Tavares nine. .... put Billy Seep 147, Port Col- 2
KEEP OIL! CLEAN WLPd. C* Taaai W L Pit. 18 off. "_.t < la ......... 1 nm*' Bit brttrbtr. I Jim Mobley's Winter Garden boroe Ont. away with one punch at 34 FOR"BEER SCIENTIFIC :
i 0IlUD0 lURCH: ._ kr Totnat fAtrhhino' ) ) bslh: seconds of the first round of I
scheduled
a.
T
N Tark 41M 111 Vlmland U II ja* i iHoatMi I :... = Club is schedule to meet .Jerry I .
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'_ .... Wlanloi itrhr: Mih.Ilk. attrtofrTomat siz-raund bout at Jerome
i_ ............. .. . .... 115I Mil 14 M.all il' ((HCklcal'i'wu" MM MM 4T1 liIMtralt .Vruiatia i I'mUfp>*: Clam sad Dart. TI., tftaaar. Morrison's Clermont nine under Stadium. :

nu.>*. T mt. i. nii iat*.MSII. : 1:55. the floodlights at Walker Field in BRAKE .
_,.
- ........... Dttralt X. C ) ,Yi.1.riiy Winter Garden at 8:15: p.m. Open Monday Evenings .:- ::
L Cie.I.ad I I. :I."t. t. SOLUNAR TABLES Mobley sat dthree sets of broth- I .

PTsbsbI... .ptk'Wn... THQ-AR: <.. .....Night loK) nrarda toptrwthno ers-Ward and Henry Britt. O. B. I f ADJUSTMENTC t
and Ben Hill Lawson. and Herbert i WARREN'SWinter 4
Rt OF THE BLUE ): The schedule of Solunar periods, \
,, Clt4ss \1I"aoIolaat iii :yes Twla-Ruf (1-/ and Russell Pounds-would be in
.. ', 1\\I Cb .dl'. <*-4)rklladdplil )I. as printed below' has been taken 4J
a d' : 0kTftyL at Baatwr Flora XI T> ... Gala- from John Alden Knight's Solu- the Gardener lineup in an attemptto I Pork Phone 68 J
ham. 1-1''l.ilitcx l. throttle Clermont.
liar Tables. Plan
your days: BO I
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at 0U La i -Gmtt ((3-4) FuudlJ
tTmatilla travels to Ocoee for
that will be in .
( -SItlnlt I you fishing good i
L .t ClTU d-Vf..houMC (8-SI) ... Suabaaa < territory or hunting in good cover another afternoon clash. -

42-5))J. during these times if you wish to AIRFLIGHTCIRCULATOR

SOUTH ATLANTIC LCACUCW find the beet sport that each day Leesburg Legion
.k W L nt.TuM| W L ,t.t'H..buI has to offer.
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FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL LEACUCTMM duration are in BLACK TYPE. and at bat to dump the visitors by 13 S. Main St. WHAT

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B.'..* 4. Fl. Laudardal t.INTERNATIONAL SILVER SPRINGS-Florida 8tat L.aDe scoring three runs. Arnold was
I headquarters her test night auouaeed 4 high man for ihe visitors with :2
LEACUE foUowlnc plarrr recur ehtnttt re- 2 "'- ....
TIWB WLPLT... 553.5.1., ''lb. durIng the day: for 3 record. OF JULY
Maw.... 41 24 MI E..H.155 SS II .47M ,, Daytona Beach ft Ira ted AI Bryakt. rt- Score by innings: R H E

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Getting Tougher! I Loomis To Form New Hate got a ear ticket for reckless driving' -. ... -: ,.' "' '- '

F NKW HAVEN, Conn. APJ) It in a police car from a fellow ::' ; '
t1lt MMU more money to go officer yesterday after skidding ; :L <> : ; :
ktpke ',",art Charles Elliot PicPrdera f ATLANTA,Ga., IUPJ Race baitIng -_ the State would have paid for into an automobile, trying to H. ,!A' ; , : ,
k.It. Court clerk has avoid third Patrolmen .
hitting
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; Homer L. Loomis Jr., bought transcript. r, ; v \r: '-'rWEDNESDAY .
announced that the filing fee gave reckless driving .
fr ttilnary' bankruptcy p,.llttoiw I a few more months' freedom yes-* Since riot Is a misdemeanor In tickets to Hammond and William '" \- - .. 9:30.10121303:
; t tii has been Increased from terday and planned to push a rer Georgia he had to pay the D. Coogle Jr.. driver of the ft ', .';i' < '-
SlI ,. $< effective $Immediately. .-now the Columbians "Un- ;. ; : : ;'. -

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The State of Georgia last week .. .
Arnall "-
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. Oil Rights on Land'TALLAHASSEEAPTheS ;
revoked the Columbian charter.Ri.ght > I Urged by Legion LeaderA .. <
aas About Post on NLRB on the deadline. Loomis u but S
the cost Board of Education reminder that a display of
t paid $351 cash for ofl I yesterday .
ATLANTA Oaf IUP1 Former i transcribing the testimony of ;, leased its reserved half interestto flags will be appropriate for FrtI I :;-'. S : : .
flop Ellis Arnall ;yesterday was I February's trial resulting in his oil rights on 1,044 acres of land day's Fourth of July observancewas / } i
mentioned as a possible choice for j I conviction of riot. The money for I Ir in Lafayette County to Sun Oil made yesterday by A. P. Phil- ;. ,.
r the transcript had to be ready Co, which offered the only bid of lips Jr. chairman of the patriotic I i
the post of general counsel of the
I Tuesday or Loomis would have a $548.10 cash bonus plus the cus- observances committee of Orlando .. . ,
National Labor Relations Board. 'started serving 12 months. tomary dollar an acre annual Memorial Post 19. American ,; : ;
Arnall. ': committed rental and Legion. This applies to residencesas ". .
however was quoted as' If Loomis had a one-eighth royalty on .
? \s u1ng'"I' know nothing about it." I I more serious crime or a felony any oil found on the tract. well as business places he said. -


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Local Seabee Hive To Greet 1 Slaughter 1 1 I ItI County Zoning '


.. I Christian Group: .

First Anniversary on July 70 Activity RosterI Need Cited By County 4-H Clubs To Hear ChaplainThe


SeaBee Veterans of America, Local Hive No. 1. will RealtyWomen

celebrate Its first anniversary on July 10, although the Elect Officers'New Rev. O. H. c--ra.,

birthday actually falls'on July 4. For 1947-48 Need for county-wide zoning in chaplain at the Florida State Sanatorium
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Feature of the local celebration will be a banquet at practically every county in Florida will address the Cbrto-

was stressed. as an immediate officers were elected by tian Business Men's Oommttter at
the Lake Eola Hotel for veterans their'wives children and n
,
Announcement of officers and the County Council of 4-H
luncheon Orange at
necessity at the June their luncheon meettof...*
friends well associate mem-
as as committee members for the Greater Clubs yesterday at their annual
bers. meeting pf the Orange County Commis- 12:15 pan. in the da *.- of
I
meeting in the County
Orlando Chamber of Com-
Gustin Estate I Skipper Jee N. Zapp Jr.. his 1, chapter of the women's council of sioners' room in the County Court Commerce Bldg.. Chain. Don Mole
1947-1948 was made l
Staff and 'directors have urged I merce .for I i the[ National Assn. of Real Estate House. said yesterday. -<
'_ to make reservations yesterday by A. C. Slaughter, sec ,(! Boards yesterday. They are Miss Mary Ellen Stan Deware will play-tits ***-

early. Final plans they I retary. Election of officers was Jones, Michigan Ave. president: phone, with Miss Ruth Jottipon
said, must be completed for the held several weeks ago. Slaughter i Ninety dollars was contributed .f Miss Aletha Des Rosier Union at the piano. The second llilUe
fund of .the Flor- ;
Filed in CourtEstate reunion to. be held July 26 at said but lists of committee officials to the building Realtors accordingto wits Park, vice-president; Miss Neoma: of CBMCTs quarterly pubMcafloo.;
ida Assn. of
the Florida Power and Light Blanchard Lockhart, secretary: The Orlando Digest will be given
Co. clubhouse on Bear Lake. and members have just been the secretary of the council. Miss Mary Etta Lennon. Union to all men present.Promptly _
of Fred Gustin 63, own- completed. She reported the money was rais- _
Reservations may be made by Park, treasurer; Miss Barbara
er of Freddie's Grill on Hwy. 17 telephoning Bert See at 5249 not Officers for the coming year ed through a picnic and other moon-such .. Hicks Michigan Ave. song leader -

was left to his widow, Mrs. Marie later than Tuesday, July 8. are: Paul Stine. president; light boat ride and that developed. ; Miss Emily Wheeler, Taft. reporter Relieves
Gustin in a will probated yesterday George W. Johnson 1st vice- projects were being ; Miss Joyce Des Rosier

by County Judge Victor Hut- president; C. Jack Camp 2nd Mrs. Era Hinton"president pre Union Park program chairman

chins. I Equalization Board vice-president; Joe Moody, 3rd ''sided. and Miss Irs{ Blanchard, Lock- Itchy Skin Rash !

Gustin, better known simply as I.I vice-president; Miss Sophie hart chaplain.

"Freddie died June 24. He was I I To Meet Tomorrow Grnndler, treasurer; A. C. 1 don Gifford, president. Apartment :Miss Nadine Belmany, Fleming Here's a Doctor's antiseptic formals
a familiar figure at trotting tracks' Slaughter, secretary manager (-House Owners Assn.; Clarence' Heights and Miss Juanita -Zemo-a stainless 1 luniid whisk

throughout the East and Middle I I Orange .County taxpayers who ;' and James B. Keith Jr., assist-. Johnson president, Orlando Re- Bradshaw, Pine Castle were appears invisible on the wrin-ytt' BO

West and came here 20 years ago. j plan protests against increases inI ant secretary tail Merchants Assn.: Gus Lawton i 1 J elected captains of teams for highly medicated that first appnca-of
tions relieve burning
lib will was cxrcuted'June 19, I taxes and assessments may file This year's directors are Henry president. Rotary Club: R. Waldo the year. Skin Rashes Eczema itching,Athlete's foot

only a few days before his deatb,,' their complaints before the county Balch. C. Jack Camp. A. P. Clark.C. Lord. Central Florida Builders Ex- Miss Barbara Metz. Lockhart. and similar akin and scalp irritations
and named Jhis widow .executor. l-' commissioners at 9 ajn. to- W. Dillon. Miss Sophie Grund- change; Ted Staton, Orlando and :Miss Aletha Des Rosier were due to external cause. Zemo is

It was witnessed by Mrs.: Ruth morrow. ler. Merle Heasley. George W. Board of Realtors; Dr. John Burt. 117 E.lAvirxTston Ave, and .Commissioners are required by Johnson E. W. Kissam. W. A. Mc- Keene president Lions Club; A. ) council voted to meet auccesat! First trial
Arthur T. Davi5u""mdermere.Gustin's law to hold the equalization session { Cree Jr.. Walton McJordan. C. J. Thomas Orlando Voiture of the I. : : ;, " monthly in future. Meetings were In 3 size*, f vr"niconvinces. nil!II/\

estate includes. (6,000, at the first July meeting. j I DeWitt Miller Joe Moody. Ralph 40 et 8 Society and Mrs. Esther . > ..., .".. ., '.. -:" J formerly held each quarter. i
in,Florida prdpQtyTa: declarationfiled They have the authority to adjust Morris. Ray Paschall. and Stine. M. Phillips Orlando Business and r': : ;u' r '. ;...:: tf :. '
Members of the CofC Civic Club.. : ;
with the will shewed. taxes where inequalities exist. Professional Women's .
Council and their affiliation: Extcutiv: ;;... aT 0 F kJu
i Stine. Slaughter. Burton Thornal. F>ul.Stine. Miss Sophie i \ ..::.. u". ;$.
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The pine is the most important 14 To Face Court Today 1 Chairman Grundler ',;;; _
I president. Junior Chamber of George w. Johnson Ray PaschallC.
commercial tree In Florida. Fourteen defendants facing a I Commerce; W. W. Arnold, presi- Jack Camp Henry Balch MUCH BEAUTY! Jane and Jean Cunningham [lief t I !
A. C. Slaughter
Joe Moody
variety of charges are scheduled '
dent. Optimist Club: Dr. C. D. I
l to enter pleas today in the Orange I Berry Orange County Medical Henry Balch. Aviativn O. L. Sands and right, we think], 18-year-old twins who constituted c ;

GUS MADDEN'S County Criminal Court of Assn.: E. L. Brewton. president. Chairman Charles S. Smith the Miss theii .
1 Carl Wooten Wesley Raymond single entry ip Chattanooga beauty contest, wear r
Record before Judge William M. I Kiwanis Club; George B. Carter Vice Chairman Elmer Hoequist
REFRIGERATION Murphy. president Orange County Bar C. Wayne Gray Henry Hall title ribbon and hold the cup they won in Chattanooga wher
Neal Gordon GUford
C. Moseley
- i i Assn.; W. Pitt Varnes. president Burton Thornal Joe MoodyI.autificatioa judges awarded them the title as an lntry. The twins nex:
SERVICEDomestic.Commercial Exchange Club: RoY' Ellis, president -I ,
GOT A BOIL 1 ? : Civitan Club: 'Mrs. Dollye Grover Chairman Ivey. A.Mrs.P.Violet Phillips Dunham Jr. seek Miss Tennessee crown.

i,i Hester,president Pilot Club; Gor- Dr. A. L. Bikkenia Grorte Brass
APPLY Mrs J. M. W. J. CapehartI
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AirConditioning'PromptEfficientReasonable I Can-others H. Laniford a
I SOOTHING 'j I R. H. Ellis ud A."t T, Colth '/11 your Home Is For Sale List if with V % QYQQo

Wt repair all makes and types Walton McJordan Merle Heasley
To Chairman James B. Keith Sr.
Don't Fuss TTOC Antiphlogistine relieve Martin Andersen Robert 8. Carr .to
Fone Gus rUnt. I I.lalD burn itch :. Central Florida Livestock Exposition: ALLEN JOHNSOh'REALTOR
tr.N L. B. McLeod. E. O. Lancstoa
Backed bf0 R;ears ezperieae GET A TUBE NOW AT VOW DWGGST and ting of .Chairman A. HutcMnaon George Robert Bishop TerryW. .
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Z2J MaigmoUa Ave. Prickly Heat Vice Chairman Charles Bradshaw
Clyde McKenner Sam ShiverT.
O. Lee : Asher PeterC. ? "Specializing in Homes" 1 s 1K
PERSPIRING T. McKlnney

FALSE TEETHDon't R. D. Citrus Robinson.and Citrus Chas.By-Product F. Fawcett* Jr. 140 N. Orange Ave. Phone 8612
Chairman 8. 0. BsttnUa "
MECHANICSNOW H. R. Coud. R. T. Carlton
Vice Chairman A. H. Whitmore
decay-but Philip Man Marl E. PaceJ.
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B. Huppel J. C. HaleyR.
wonderful relief for all in D. Keene Louis Jacobs
Minions of germs breed "far the can see the action'of PLATO working Mauna humid Art Karat R. A. FenderCemmunketiena . :'
sticky film on unclean' false teeth to make your plate fresh clean on hot ,days and ....-.. -- '
and removable bridges.-t'u'- and odor free. nights. Helps absorb excess perspiration Col. Geo.C.Johnson. Victor BnisMt ; ---..-.- -.......,.
Avoid soreness and irritation to Teeth sparkle. Note how much'bet. that often Causes prickly heat, J.Chairman A. Moonrrntm. John Eugene: L. Hill.Winn WORZ
gums by the daily removal of this ter your plate feels and tastes after minor akin rahea.Prevents chafing. Vice Chairman Walter P. Speight.J. .
germ-laden< film. Prevent sour taste the decaying film is removed. by Dust Mexsana on after bath. An C. Brossler WHoa
and bad "'plate breath.-Don't. merely PLATO. excellent deodorant.Relieves tired. Cons.rvationWilbur
give your plates a weak wash, but Quick-acting PLATO penetratessoak aching feet and itchy nuisance ofathlete' Chairman Tilden. Tom Lloyd Starling Gahr.
them as directed in solution film in crevices and of
a pores plates Walton Rrz. Tom Denmark
foot. Beat the heat
with..
of PLATO, the;new .invention for and destroys odors. Vice Chairman James Conley
safely; and surely cleaning off stains Be.hygienic. Wett-Clea your den. Dr. WilDur Davis
and food debris .byi eft-Cleaning''. tal plates with PLATO. Two sizes MEXSANA CnvfltinJanies .
(penetrating) the ;>sticky film. You at all drugstores. Conler John C. Craig
Chairman Miss Crowder
SOOTH NG MEDICATED POWDERMan's
M4DE BV THE OF
---- MAKERS -- FASTEKTtt Tom Rich. Mrs. A. WaggonerVice
Chairman E. O. Gunter
R. C. KcClammy: James MilliganMae
J. Laird Lee Eases
E. O.-Peart C. W. Dillon
Education: i i
George W. Johnson. Paul Barnhart
Chairman Brantley Burcham
Claoa Wolfe. Mrs. Arthur Park
Vice Chairman Mrs. Martin
Judson. )S. Walker Andersen
Fin Prevention and Clean Us
Lloyd Gahr. Chmn. J. R. Davis
L Mini Sophie George Bradshaw
Gmndler. Dollye Hester
Vice chairman Milten F. VtnoT wmmr-M/uaufs
James Blade A. K. Kapfer
Health and Sanitation
Dr. Meredith Dr. R. D. Thompson
Mallory.Chairman James Young
1 Dr. J. R. Chappell. Dr. Leland Dame
Vice Chairman Dr. George W.
Dr. Don C. Edwards
Robertson Dr. A. C. Kirk
Dr. Duncan McEwan HKhways (eaaeJs PN11 i iIISt

Harry P. Leo A. B. Herndon pptlDt
Chairman L. B. McLeod
W. W, Arnold. Ed. Langston
Vice Chairman William Day:
M..lIard Evans R. T. Carlton
Mahe Owneeshie. Hlin9. auild.ne
John Graham George Sipple
Chairman Robert Carrigan
Fug 1:.'w. Kissam. Mrs.' Marie Bennett
y.f3YA. -w [ Vice chairman Roy O'Keella
Fred Fortes Walton Rex .
r vF O. P.Stevens Swope Merle HeasleyH 1 1i

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Gruen Varsity W. A. MeCree.Jr.. Ches. Uagrader.
watch. 17-jewel Chairman Kiwanis
Joe Moody. Rotary Mn. H .H. Burton
/ t t precision movement.Record the events this 4th with this'Goldfi Chas. Llmpus. Cliff Cashion

,,,,/, '4 led case. Leathf Argus C3. Complete with range. ,Jai. Exchange Htckett. Don Mott -
finder, f3.5 lens synchronized flash Realty: BoardIndustrial PAINT
e { er strap. Get there on HOUSE

i time with this accurate and leather case. LeRoyCoffman. Leon Union EsteyChairman AllenD.

.. ;' time piece. $]0 33 .Vice-chairman P. Bias. George Howard Sipple Phllllpi

E. H. Gibbs W. C. Ford
$45,00 1.50 weekly Russell Hughes

.<' .1.00 weekly Campbell Thornal.Legislation Barney Cohen

Donald Chairman Walker. Chester Walter W.Treadvay Rosa IS BACK AGAIN
I Vice-Chairman Tin Cobb
Panic R.-W. Steed Pickerill L. C. Leedy

I M.mbnh!..
James B. Keith Sr, Joe Rutland P
I Chairman J. Y. RudlerA.
I F. Clark Tire-Chairman Merchants

Clarence Johnson. H. H. Parrish
v Chairman Franc Bumby
Kenneth Hill. Sid Carhn
Vice-chairman Sidney Ives.
George Fltiworth R. W. PickerlU
; 8. P. H. Harrison Gut Lawton TOP
Lloyd Gahr QUALITYLIMITED
t Music and Entertainment:
Take real 4th Theodore LJndorff Jerry Johnson
movies
Friday July
j Protect your eyes from the dangerous sun .Chairman B. H. Overpeck

j; with a pair of the famous Lowres Ultra Vio- with this dual. 8 mm.movie camera. Jacob Vice-chairman Bnrkhard. A.W.L.A.Prints Becker

1 late available.Record a v.e ry movement. See Stuart K. Martin Charles Llmpui
] sun glasses. Many styles are
Gen
,* RichsrdsNew $
I Duval variety of cameras TQ$3.50 Business

DAY! Model shown, with exposure C.Can Jack C. TtaQ.Camp. Chill Charlea man Bradshaw .59.

up meter and footage counter. Vice-Chairman Cheater whittle .

Convenient terms Union V. Conduct Allen Buell Robert DuncanH Carrigan .
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Res Georgia YOU 8. Hernia Lantford
4 $51.90 Sch warts Bill Bland

. 1.00 weekly Gus Lawton. Perkins H. K. Roth ER
Chairman H. N. Dickson QUANTITY
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Walton McJordan. Phil Siemens
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Vice-chairman Al BombyA. s
Ideal for a 4th of July trip is a B. Herndon Kenneth Hill

beautiful, well-made piece of lug- Merle Healer a>r.*rara .t1Nx;

I gage. Duval had luggage for everyoccasion. Claude ChairmanJames Wolfe. Paul Stine B. Keith Sr. .

t . . Many styles and ma- Ray Paschall. Clarence Johnson
i Vtce-Chainnan A. C. Slaughter
terials. Promotion and "ukliertr ;fir., f
S C. DeWitt Miller L N. Barman -
I i $12.50 Chairman C. W. Dillon .. M ,.
up Martin Andersen. Lee HasenViceCbainnan
Victor Bninet
Convenient terms R. D. Robinson. Vernon Banter
Public Works
WQliam Beardall A..B. Herndon
4t Paul Btlne A. C. Slaughter

I I U. W. Brown M ert>*fi and *e*i-t '
OPEN AN ACCOUNT!
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t Ray Paschall. .H. K. Mararimn ?
Chairman J. J. Newell
I Dr. Frank Ora,.. Robert DuckworthViceChairman .
Phil Berger THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS Co.
Colte Rill Jack Branham
PAY..ON: DUVAUS CONVENIENT WEEKLY OR W. L. Foes Robert M. HayesDr.
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Eugene Jewett
MONTHLY TERMS Simshin Park
I. X. L. Brewton. John Walker COYER'
Chairman James K. Miner ORLANDO BRANCH . THE
] Giles Lewis. -R.. B. Harris
out of Iowa Vice-Chairman. Mrs. R. L. Schaeht EARTH
Ut61D1ts rkere's aD.T a I Tr.n..t;
Is 1a\1ted. U it" tore Mar yom. I* Walter lIa,... hha O'Rourka
aot 01I".i..t t1II Jacksonville, Miami.Tampa Chairman Paul 8. Mean
etry nSI'.a'stars DETaI' J.w.. I W. Pain Genres Cochran. 'David K. 434 N. ORANGE AVE. PHONE 8186
snaely: Vice-chairman FreyersmiUtM.
Beach Ft. La 4er-
mail
er' plteae 7..r dale. Orlando SUPrtersbarf. O. Watts Id Smith
.rdtr 18 glee DUal. Veterans Council:
.tare nearest '7t111- Ocala Robert Bowles. Charles Batchelder .
"v.r' erect wffl 1 / 1 / GalaetrUlc. D a y- Chairman Kenneth Miller "j-
IUtte Imlllecl1ate'e. a a. DtLaM .sad Walter Hovater. Walton McJordanViceChairman A iti 5-VV D f ALE RS .' -T .'

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:, -Miss Murchison Miss Chiusano (- -..... .. : :

; der: mi .. '1 J ..,\-: :;"
; I Entertaining for ,Miss AIcLeod "

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Another of the many parties dread Country Club today at 1 _

I honoring Miss Lillian McLeod p.m. at which Miss Betty Murchi- *
bride-elect is luncheon at Dubs- WITH JEAN YOTHERS
son and Miss Suzanne Chiusanowill
(Club Editor]
t be joint hostesses.
R Guests will Include, with the Past Matrons Club MIzpah
I KRETOLBILLS honoree the Mmes.- L. B. McLeod, Chapter 190. Order of Eastern
I A. J. Thomas Jr.. J. R. Copps, Star, will meet today at the homeof !
i t Valdeen Thomas J.Louis Lambert Mrs. Louise Law Winter Gar
L. B.. McLeod Jr., Richard den.
I McPherson, Robert Smith, Ernest I 000 :

Burke and Frances Egan. The Ladies Auxiliary Patriarchs
The Misses Nancy Layton Mar- > Militant, Canton No. 2, will meet I
I jo Dukes. Betty Kennedy. Sylvia -""'':' f.Ili
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t today in the Fraternal Hall at 8
Meish Virginia Chappell. Ann -
: p.m. I
... Allen Mary Ann Hitch Zuliem HWD011eskyCase ,
ee-oov a-raatr ooe 000 !
Asher, Becky Thomas Patricia
ALL BUGSMATTRESSES Orlando Assembly Order of the .
Pattishall. Nancy Barber Gene
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Rainbow for Girls will hold a rum- i
,...... ......._- Caswell, Bobbie Lane and Jeanne mage sale on Saturday July 12, at / "

.- 234 W. Central Ave. ..There will
J$ di / -i be a meeting Thursday at 7:30
/ pjn. at the Masonic Temple .
Osbun.NFSFAFF 5 Practice will be.held Thursday at

,, L .. 10 ajn. a ,
.I 'A.ax.. ; : 000Installation
I : .v6fs yv 1 .
I of new officers will .r W,
7:: take place at the meeting of the
JI Lucerne Rebekah Lodge No. 36 I

I f Thursday at 8. p.m. at the Fra- 1r'ffli.i" ____...... r- ------ -.----

a'I} aza.r". . la DfiUviAk [Our Own welcome ternal Building. Refreshments. Visitors will are be THE GRADUATING CLASS of the Ann; Sorosis Club as part of the graduation festivi-
Staff Photo: Trover :
MRS. HOUSTON B. WHITE served at the banquet hall. Lisbeth Seese School members of which reties.' Medals and certificates awarded each
4't INNERSPRINGS 000 the National Association of French
Your Grocer is the former Wilda Marie Livingston, daughter of Mr. ceived their diplomas at commencement exyear by
.r
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Meeting of the Crystal Circle of
ercises Friday is shown above. From left to and Spanish Teachers were received by Miss
/ and Mrs. W. W. Livingston of this city. Her marriage to Mr. the Needlework Guild will be ,
.:- BOX SPRINGS /' White, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. White of Maitland, was a Thursday at 2 pjn. . Hostess right, they are, Miss Lynne Damus of Orlando, Damus, who has held first piece in both-
// Nascatt M composed of pure soluble I I recent event at the Reeves Memorial Methodist Church. Following will be Mrs. Joe Byrnes Bumby Miss Darlene Wagner of Chicago; Miss FlorFrench and Spanish for two years; Fred H.
1S HOLLYWOOD BEDS coffee and added carbohydrate the performed by the Rev. William Bennett and Fawsett Aves. ence Coleman of Winter Park, Ralston RobAllen Jr., of Wadesboro, N. C., who received
(dextrin, maltose and deztroee) ceremony, o r> o school medal and Miss
of the high Cloe
New and
: TO'YOUR erts Orleans, La., Fritz Thompson junior ;
MANUFACTURED Palmer held at the Colonialtown Women'sClub.
i added solely to protect the flavor. a reception was
The Orlando Humane Societywill
DtDlYlDUAI ORDER The Miss Carol Jacob of Orlando. The students of Ellen Slade of this city, who received for the
i couple are on a wedding trip to Miami and the East hold a rummage sale all day
: pickup and Delivery Service / Coast, and on returning will reside at 706 E. Pine St. Saturday at the corner of W. Cen- the school .and their friends enjoyed a buffet second consecutive year the medal for second
: Anywhere in Central Florida ors tral Ave and Hughey St. supper at the school, and a dance at the place in both subjects.
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I: 'Call Ui Today-
rSteep Better Tonijht" : D Off fE, Nuptials Held John M. Cheney Chapter, Order I their dates. Mr. and Mrs. James!I
o f DeMolay, will entertain', King were also there and invited '! Have you 810,000 to invest in a royalty that should return at
f ECHOLS BEDDING CO. : Wednesday from 9 to 12 pjn. witha I i guests were the Misses Betty i; I I least $50,000 to $100,000 over the period of three rears. Royalty

1, :, On Saaford the H'w'y UnderpassPhone lost South of i In Impressive Ceremony., HereOf Temple Moonlight. .Dance The dance at the, which Masonic is i i I''Dyer Laughlin Jeanne, Martha Warren Hultin,Martha Mary I is paid daily and in less than six months should pay" from
Can stand acid test of
daily. investigation.
$360.00 to $720.00
Winter Park 958-W : interest throughcftit: he in the background.Frances Brown, informal is the first of a series j I Lou Laughlin and their dates. "
of Summer dances which the De- Phone 2-3536:; for appointment.
:_..P.._O._.Box.._W__,.Orlando....., .Fla.....4, South and in Canada is the an- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Molays plan to present..A seven-I Club luncheons 000 ; I
nouncement being made today by Brown, and Marcia Walters piece orchestra will furnish the I; during these
warm days be made I
I can more tantalizing -
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Case of daughter Mr. and Mrs. C. H. dance music. by planning them out- I' ,
this city, of the marriage of their Walters, opened the gates of the 000 I doors or in a semi-open spot I|
NOTICE TO PUBLIC daughter. Kathryn Grace to Peter archway as the couple and their Beta Sigma Phi sorority mem- Large lace paper doilies as placemats II
I William Donesky son of Mr. and honor attendants approached and bers had a picnic Saturday at',' inexpensive colored ware' Olsen G. Fafrchfld
The following Finance Companies will be closed Mrs. W. J. Donesky of British also lighted the tapers of the Rock Springs . Those attendingwere and flower centerpieces bring elegance Milton !:.. Bray
{ Friday July 4, and Saturday. July 5 Columbia Can., which was solemnized candelabra.The II the Misses Joan Radcliffe, j and cool Summer beauty. H. ftylaod Cox
l in an Impressive ceremony program of nuptial music Lois Newell. Leone Falls Ouida1'As for the food, serve a cold din- E. Frank Gardner
li i INDEPENDENCE DAY Monday night in the Florida was rendered by Mrs. Leland Williams. Ellen McGee Louise i, ner, including salad on crisp lettuce i f Via'' LeRoy Hoequlst
Sanitarium Wood organist, and Mrs. FloydG. Nordgren, Carolyn Williams, Mary j leaves.
Acceptance Corp. of Flo. Economy Finance Co. Elder F. W. Avery Sevanth Day Winters. Miss Virginia West- Ann Huber Elene Rainey, Katherine ,
i Family Finance Co. Fla. Credit & Investment Co. Adventist Church minister here, cott and Paul Collins soloists.The Spencer. Dorsey Jordon.I)! FAIJHILD
i Home Finance Co. Personal Finance Co. performed; the candlelight cere- I bridegroom sang I Love You Trulyto Dottle_Zane. Betty Mae Huber and . -
General Finance Co. Aetna Finance Co. mony._ The bride and bridegroom Miss Case before the vows were ; .
passed; through a large archway taken. trip to the West Coast, after I I
rI 7th. usual at the end of the aisle, which Given in marriage by her father which will I' -
Open Monday July as they return to Orlando -
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was decorated with masses of pink the bride wore a gown of silk to reside.. The bride traveled i i j USfD[ enDS I ':1
gladioli, with palms and greenery lace over ivory satin which fea- in a floral print of blue and white, j -
tured'a rounded neckline !
with
inset -
I wearing a corsage of gardeniasand
of illusion outlined in seed 500 W.CENTRAL AVE. j
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roses. ,
pearls taken from her mother's Mr. Donesky was a ministerial $25,000 STOCK AT
wedding gown short puff sleeves student at Madison College. Madison -
and fitted bodice the satin-cov Term., and plans to continuehis DISCOUNT
10%
ered buttons in the back comingto studies at Washington Mis- i New underarm !
the waistline, where there was sionary College
Washington, D. !
peplum effect of lace. The full Cream Deodorant
C. His bride Is a registered nurse : We're warehouse and in order to
consolidating our space
',- _,:'-r;' : ; ., : skirt She of lace ended in a long train. and a graduate of Madison Sanitarium safely I make more room we offer for a limited time these and many
wore long white gloves anda
and HospitaL I other items at great savings . .
",. two-tiered veil, both the face Out-of-town guests for the wed- Stops Perspiration
veil and the
train-length back
ding Included the
Vm7'I bride's grandparents -
veil being edged in lace and Mr. and Mrs. L.: D. Putnam / DOUBLE DUTY BEVERAGE- .

CATALOG OFFICE caught to Her head by a cluster and :Mr. end Mrs. John MEAT CASES COOLERS : ;
of blossoms. She carrieda
. 4 orange Webb, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Put-
'E. bouquet of white roses and gardenias nam and daughters, the Misses All Sizes r 6 and 10 Foot SizesCOMMERCIAL
showered with white rib- Margaret and Barbara i .. .
Putnam
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I bon.Her and little Alice Putnam all of WALKINCOOLERS :? ,.
... ." .. matron of honor Mrs. Har- St. Petersburg: Mrs. L. S. Case '
old Reisen. was attired in an orchid FREEZERS
and Mrs. William :
? Humphries of 1. Does not rot Presses or men'sshirts. -
.
(A) 13.97 marquisette over pink taffeta Spartanburg,S. C.: Frances Brown j Does not irritate skin. j 8' x 6' x 7Vi : 12 to 18 cu. ft..
fashioned the bride'sand
gown as of Columbia S. C.: and Mrs. W. 2.No waiting to dry.Can be used -' '
trimmed with pink rosebuds. H. Lawson of Daytona Beach. | right after shaving. I. REACH-I OPEN DISPLAY ,
She wore a cluster of lavenderand
i"1'rt4IM.Re 3. Safely I II
stops perspiration for 1
(I ,
asters in her REFRIGERATORS
pink hair car- to 3 days.Prevents odor. GASES
l4ce4 ifJI rying a bouquet of asters in the The finest To Be Had 4.A pure white greaseless
30-40 and SO Cu. Ft. Dairy and Vegetable
D w: same shades. stainless vanishing cream. I
AUTO PAINTING
F"1tAiII 5 Y can! ., The Misses Margaret and Bar 5.Awarded Approval Seal of .
bara p.- lam, cousins of the bride I "for that NEW CAR LOOK" American Institute Launder-
were c1 ( ;smfids; and wore gowns SAM JONES ing-harmless to fabric. Use The above items are ready for delivery. _
fas1'--- :d w, h round necklines I' PAINT AND BODY SHOP Arrid regularly. i Come in/and make your selection today. _
puff : -- .zs, fitted bodice: and full S.W. Cor. Garland Phone 628 and Jtttetim e.
skins With ruffles of selfmaterial -
&t the he ilines. the formerin GENERAL
,-. p- -i c_.ca: :K'"' over 'taffeta, and ABCDIAPER'SERVlCE'
the 1-.tt"" in c'"e crgandy over
j taffe a. Thcar:: /I'p&d-esses werewreaths 3 91. a!jar,pillS to CABLING 8 HEATING CO.
of te- "as. and they a"yajar
,. Also in NX and < New Accounts 39
and Future today ot any
also ca.-d nor ays of sweet- i Reservations Are Solicited store""hich..1I1 I 48 West Central-Just Off Orange Ave.
peas in shadesof pink and blue I toilet goods. -BRID
opposite to their gowns; Telephone11;; I Phone 7696 Phone 2-4142
-. The little flower girl, Alice Putnam ,,I ORLANDO WNTFB PAR" !
9.77 .: ._ ;,_ daughter of Mr. and Mrs: 1---
.. L. D. Putnam and sister of, the
bridesmaids wore a* long dress of rGt
yellow organdy trimmed with blue
'; bows and a blue taffeta sash. She
'I -, had -cluster of yellow roses in dish
'f'f her hair, and carried a basket of [ cuts washing.

... rose Little petals.Bonnie and Betty Rudi-_ Cof afe-Palmolive-Pbt I ,

salle, daughters of Mr. and .Mrs. brings you a ,

l lJ1IS.t 50c Down Molds your blanket Verle, wearing Rudisaile.short were dresses train of white bearers wonderworkingnew }

organdy which featured ruffled suds/ time in half i;

1i.'f skirts their and hair.white Lanny satin ribbon Collins bowsin son I

of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Collins, was
; in Wards JULY BLANKET EVENT page carrying a white Bible .on I
a white satin pillow. =: Gleaming dishes and glassware. without wiping! j
Frances Brown and Marcia Wal- t tI

ters dresses wore whit green pink dotted taffeta organdy sashes 4:,I I k"1 1 0 Just a quick rinse and dishes and glassware dry sparkling clean! -1)

and pink headdresses.Best You'll never again have to spend time wiping dishes.Vel leaves no soap

"" man for the bridegroomwas scum or streaky film to polish away. Removes grease faster more com :
:Take advantage of oar convenient y-Away Plan. 50c down his cousin, Harold Riesen. r".I / '
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Groomsmen
were Phillip Raab and
Verle Rudisaile. while ushers Included leans!

balance monthly] ,'buys any Blanket in.Wards Catalog and holds it in Phillip Morton and Ralph . **
Woerner. 4.., j,.. ** MILDER TO HANDS! Vel is not a soap but an entirely] new and different "

.The bride's parents entertained suds that is completely neutral...milder than soap. Your hands will
safe. -storage until October 15th ..... when you-need it. -Seethe, with a reception at their home w : love Vel's mildness. -
on N. Orange Ave., following the

Virgin Wool blankets. ceremony. The bride's table, cen-
: above
rj at our Catalog Office. tered with a tiered cake was plac-
it' > :..: ." .. -' < .. ed on the lawn. Pink gladioli and ( :

-4 t-)': Then place your order.You'll save at Wards low prices! ,> :0'.:.. th.e-greenery home were for the used occasion.to decorate The I'a.7 t Stockings stay lovelier, ssheerer-looking

"- bride's mother received guests in
r -S \ :' when washed with VEL
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j .a gown of chartreuse crepe of

i i; : lavender flower design asters.wearing a corsage of vct s"trad.aark You'll wear your stockings longer when you wash .

J-:!' ,.UU] Luxurious Blanket of [1BI] Fine quality Virgin Wool Assisting Mrs. Case were the V. : them with Velf because Vel keeps them :. ;

..-:;- warmth. retaining Virgin WooI'Blanket: low-priced at Wards. ; Mmes.William E. Westcott. W. B. IP....

.. -*..: Closely woven thickly Wynn Leroy S. Case William than can. It leaves no soap scum
.;: 4f; ; napped. Deeply napped for warmth. ::: Humphries. Fred Young and C. H. + soap
L :*" Heavier weight 4V& lbs. Extra Weight 4 Ibs. Extra large-72x90 Walters. The bride's book was '%'.a to thicken stocking threads. _

'large-72x90 in. Sold nationally in. Sold nationally at $9.77. Colors kept by Miss Virginia Westcott. y i'k :4--- Eliminates soap-fading! j

at $13.97. In lovely pastel colors: ; Rose,Medium Blue Medium The couple left on a wedding *.,

e Bluer Rosedustr Green Gold or Green, Peach, Cedarose.. '
!:.:-Peach.. 18 KW 3663L 077 All Kinds :
3f
/I8'KW 3664L 1397 Boxed. Each. *J of

75 Boxed. Each .__..__. .... '
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.1 T' '_ : NUTS

: .' ,1 For Parties Weddings, y ,. VELoA Mar'ousfor1)IHES
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.. Jp cook the nuts 2 hours ..4. 0
: ,> .r 250.SOUTH ORANGE, AVE.: before serving.

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Miss.Vaughan Wednesday, July 2, 1947
_. ;forand about eM1iJzai 9tMida I

To The first polar bear born In cap-
Wed Today J. B. Rodgers I 1 tivity saw the light of day In the

x Washington too In MilwU
Miss Margaret Ann Vaughan wcoRcJEr() l .. rE kee

daughter of Mi. and Mrs. A.. T. Guest SpeakerAt !! yMspN +1f

Vaughan of this city
'Will become I
the, bride of. Charles- Newton By KITTY HENRY, Society Editor BanquetJ. I I I

mine: son of Mrs. E:. C.:slaughter AGAIN AFTER spending a month with her parents. Mr.,and ,
of this city, HOME B. Jr., attorney-at-
today Rodgers
at 8:30 pan.' J. C. Echols 'at their home in Fort Worth Texas is Mrs.

at- the First Methodist Church. Herbert Marsh of 1610 N. Westmoreland Dr. Known.,to_her friends law, was the guest speaker when TOYLAND

All friends of the couple are invited as Jeanne Marsh she attended the Chapter of the City Beautifulof 3 s .P4u

to the wedding and also to graduation exercises for her sis- Secretaries International held

the reception which will be held ter, Fiona Echols, who receivedher its Founders Day banquet Monday I

i immediately following in Wes- Bachelor of Arts Degree from at the Fort Gatlin Hotel. IF VITAMINS
ley Hall ol the church.
Mrs. Ruby Combsof
Introduced by
Texas State College for Women.
her Last fiance night Miss Vaughan and' C* O O Tampa, his former secretary. DONT BUCK YOU UP
were honor guests when Mr. Rodgers chose as his subject.
Mr. and Mrs. Slaughter enter- H. F. BRELSFORD and The Woman in Business. try NUXATED

tained Swanee with.a River dinner party at the l'IRS. daughter Elizabeth Ann s Miss Marie Benton retiring 1.WY.,.t bile peiw 1q.4.m.t"VIm.fens.=' IRON'M*

Tea Room follow- Brelsford are leaving this "oSt president, presented the new offi- THE MOR RAREBIT pictured above may be easily made from .tr.. lr'ltamla d.a'$ b..k = U.fan :I
ing the trCXAYO Sod -
wedding rehearsal. Guests MRS. R. E KARST cers and turned over the gavel to _'. .. DON,M mttm .....belpr.a4.
weekend on a vacation trip t-i.- { or the four MOR conned of beef i x MM* for MIL .s
included the wedding party and " Miss Isabelle Mantey. incomingpreside any one meat preparations .,_ wamtefid. 8dd< i too thStIZATWo
families. '. . wed in Georgia. to Chicago. . Mrs. J. M. Caru- veal lamb fYtaS.ts fem. gusm awlaD& 0 e
; Jj1J t. Other officers installedwere or pork. II1aI. asp tt..b ..dlor La.l
\ thers is vacationing at White .: Miss Buelah Bushey vice- I
Springs. Fla. . Mildred Wilson J IraSummer &
Miss McDonald I bridal consultant for the Yowell- : president; secretary Miss Eleanor Miss Spellman.Marian PIN"WORMSNOW

66'STOPS Drew-Ivey Co. is spending this ..:.r: Iro 1 Osburn recording corresponding secretary; Meat Recibes- - Given \ ,

Becomes Bride 'week at Daytona Beach and next f. and Mrs. Gladys Lamberton treas- LIn.recbeDu
i'I One way to serve your family add crated cbee r, remote CAN BE BEATEN
... week will visit relatives In Moul- J
Kb'N .,ia1
Syfupteaes
FEYEI from heat and stir until cheese is completely
urer.The three meals day. without been
1 Ga. retiring,president was presented square a Tb. ntoriM cif Pia.Werme law
tne.
UININ
.ow 9iw.s
y.e .. II hours hot is Belted. Toast the bread on one,side know plturier. sad mWiosi a'
spending over a stove for
PLUS 1 MORE..t- c-:___ Of Mr. Karst o 0 0I with the Secretaries International On the other side spread cheese sauce and tons ka.. MM Bt a way to deal witlt thts
i ;cot. d.cTe tdgW. .-... pin as a gift from the to make use of the four basic place two slices el pan-fried War ee top pmt that ton laude the -body.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thomas 'j I lfR.. AND MRS. THOMAS members. Miss Angela Nunez whois meats in tins beef, veal, lamb and of for cheese put sliced sane M.and r. direct bravo from anger caa broslerjMOe oa top I Today thank to a .= tt.at-

McDonald of Birmingham Ala., l HAGE and son. Joseph Hage, with the U. S. Navy Underwater pork put up in delicious canned I HAWAIIAN SALAD y mint eo eisd ha been drug made a bLbb l**jN/rhtJ d L dfwg Ylb.
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formerly of Orlandq and Daytona I' are leaving today for New York Sound Reference! Laboratory was form.While I 1 can Her cut ta 2 cup sliced celery .Trtal fagredint la r-W., 1M Dr.
THOSE WHO KNOW Beach are today announcing the City where on July 7 they will initiated as a new member. the new ready-to-serve j cubes l. cap green pepper I taUrta A J&7U developed t Son ta tb.Uboratort-

marriage of their daughter. Miss take a plane for Egypt. The mar- MRS. HERBERT MARSH In addition to :Mr. Rodgers and meats may be served chilled for I 2 cups apple' ,sliced cubed pinec1lMd I'. cups msronns.Ua n. anD. w-&Male POW tablets ae&j
GO TO Suzanne McDonald of this city to I riage of Miss Esma Fekaney. . returns from visit Mrs. Combs. guests of the Secre- sandwiches and salads there are a cap shredded lettuce: caps j la s special way; M iea_u ve rsa.W.co1.
? endless other to use them. cabbage watercress (optional doat offer wtta the
Roy Edward Karst son of Mr. and taries were Mrs. Olive Cutler. :Miss ways
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred of Suez. Egypt, to Joseph tub caved thi. ugly pea*. Ask yvordrurrt
Mrs. EmU Karst of this city also, 'ekaney Miriam Bradford, and Miss Ibera Bake them whole, for just a few I Hare ingredient chiDed. Combine all for/ATNFS f-W and S how tau
Hage will take place in Suez this Summer, and the Rage family is ingredients except last two Serre la the .
which was a recent event in King- Dickerson.The minutes and youll have a roast, lettuce cops and tarnish top with watercress directions.P.W
LONG'SON ston Ga. making the trip for this occasion. The family will return here follow- next meeting of the organization or try them creamed with If desired. Serves six. MaM fia-W_nlWl

The bride attended schools In ing the wedding and Joseph and his bride-elect plan to make OrYork will be Monday, July 14. tables or eggs. Use them for

Lake City and graduated from the lando their home. turnovers. vege-I HICKORY
ORANGE AVENUE high school in Vicksburg. Miss. I o ,") o Here are two

She is a charter member of the I MONDAY FROM New for England was Margaretmd Miss Mowery dishes that may be made 1 SMOKED TURKEYS"Ready .
Thespians at Columbia High SAILING one of the four meats:
JUST NORTH OF Davis daughter of Mr. Mrs. Paul J. Davis of W. Van- 1o eat"
School. Lake City. MOM RAREBIT
1, derbilt Ave. Margaret has been hosen: to participate in the Inter- Weds -Ideal for beach picnics
THE from Or- or
ORANGE COURT HOTEL, :Mr. Karst graduated TodayThe 1 tbcp Certified *4 CUD chirp cheese
lando Senior High School with the : national Folk Dance Festival to be Margarine crated Also fresh dressed quirk-frozen TurkeysC.

class of 44, and served with the held in London this month. marriage of Miss Dolores l'i>4 Up tbsp dry flour mustard 6 1 on slices Mor bread cat laH D. WILDER TURKEY FARM

U. S. Coast Guard for more thana Selected from a large group of Mowery of Winter Park to Wayne COD milk 12 slices .Phone 6912 Interlaken RoadMcElroy's 1
, LOST 52 Lbs. FAT! year. He attended Orlando college girls. Margaret and seven Lauterberg of Orlando. formerlyof Mate a white sane ot the first four
Junior College and is now associated other participants have been Ft. Wayne Ind. will be held ,

i Amazing Candy Plan I with his father in the cit- schooled in the dances of England, today at 6:45 p.m. at the Meth-
business. odist Church of Winter Park.
, Slims rus and their at the festival
Down -
Figure The couple will reside here. appearance The Rev Kenneth Rogers will 1s
i 1! v...C.D.WeDfc T_. ;,..-IWM is being sponsored by the Girl perform the ceremony, to whichall
coaaMaUr rat *
uym : way
radiicv. at uliuat mi HIM. 1 Scouts of America.A friends of the couple are In-
: :: N
'bedliO od Tlw I tntd tk UseBUTANE :
ALIAS Ywrdy member of Phi Beta Kappa vited. :
1 ,
.Pf.ab. crest-)1'lea 111.our S1 yw.d._" .t national scholastic honorary ;

r ter VkdlB"ar bM taf..t ay.a'be the trr 1.w.Lhr u AYDSb M. society Margaret graduated with Four degrees, arts. sciences, arts ;;.,< ,
r.The.r.bdathe.h..s-..dAYDS distinction from the University of in journalism and science in
ftmmat ny t..end: J A Good Clean. Economical Pharmacy .' :t<
... 'I Kentucky with this year's class. chemistry are offered by the College '<.1.1l'
Y.W.r..e.-. . and Odorless Gas of Arts and Sciences of the . ,
: .1.M-.e.rr.,..Y....IN w.:.:..":= Fuel at a Price You Can She received a Bachelor of Science . .. ... .,
: _ ..,.s I University of Florida.
: --- Afford for COOKING. Degree, having majored in medical

wtJia.P1..yo.de.'t; Let=Wttwi. I I HEATING. WATER technology.o ,.. .
., INSIST ON ;- >;, '
i .r
y.tc: Je.= HEATING and RE- o oMRS. .
! i:a aand Ds-....6e.r..mdes' d.ee.d.dta FRIGERATION. .( MARIAN DOLIVE and I "QUALITY TASTE" '- i
,N.l.attwa Nee.oa.s.tle I I / BAKED GOODSA .
t
>- fcukj faMZS granddaughter Betty '
-yrNy r ORLANDO BUTANE GAS Product of : :
debcfatcd witk Ayd.icnta.MONEY Bumby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.I, SCHMIDT'S BAKERY _
ftACK oa t**-. ant bon ftaaiMCELROY'S SERVICE, Incorporated Joseph Stanley Bumby. lelt this. '> 1t :_,' \
1196 Or Ave, Winter Park >
ante
PHARMACY 1032 W. Robinson Ph. 2-1733 :; week for visits in Washington. I Open 9 ..... to 9 P.... Phono 231W ( ': ;':; f
125 S. Orange A Yr. D.C_Boston and points in Canada. .

MARGARET B. DAVIS 'retummg here-Sept.1.:.. .Mr. and I .. f'1"

VENETIAN' BLINDS IN COLORS! . sails for England. Mrs. Raymond D. Robinson and : "". '."." :. ., ' -:-.;; .-. J* .

children are spending this month in Black Mountain N. C. . Mrs.I c,4.N. 4

ALUMINUM 61C Sq. STEEL Ralph Farnum has as her guest Mrs. C. B. Williams of New Orleans.: le&Iuce1i'O
SLATS TAPE!
Ft. La. . Mrs. William Horan and children are at Moody Farms,

GREEN INSTALLED BROOK Wsynesboro, N. C. Her mother. Mrs. B. H. Boyd. and Miss Dorothy 1 iw; ijtr"

BLUE CUSTOM BUILT-FJUJk. TERMS GREEN Nye will spend some time in Waynesboro. . Mr. and Mrs. A. W. .. :: T .

ROSE For free estimate call RED Roberts are home from the North. . Mrs. John R. Chappell and --

IVORY PEACH LOUIS A. BRODEUR Phone 2-4167 I\ORV BROWN daughter, Virginia Chappell have gone to Ames. Iowa, for a visit : ;' :

WHITEBLACK with Mrs. Chappell's son-in-law and daughter Maj. and Mrs. Robert
WHITE 1836 HOLLEXBECK DRIVERADBIIX .
EGG SHELL Mitterling. . Nancy Crane has returned from a visit Winston-. v i ,
VENETIAN BUND CO. MINGLED
Salem. N. C. .. Mr and Mrs. J.R.Wells and house guests, ber sister : -z .
Mrs. E. F. Martin, and baby daughter, Anne Calhoun. who are here: ):. '

,, - from New Haven, Conn. are leaving today for a visit with relatives P1 f l IN 10 DAYS! I ,'ti -'.. .'. .,
FOR COOLING, REFRESHING ICED TEA In Panama City . :Mrs. Cleveland Massee has returned from a visit -t- -'" ,

in Panama City. . .Mr.: and Mrs.' Sam Shiver will spend this weekend ' _ _. _ .-;:.:?:: "
in Quitman Ga. 7 "''."': .

I ,.;><' .',
I.UY ro HAIR A -.1, ; .
:
I We, The JPonlenAimless chuckle when it hit the newspa MOOR ocwu J.: .-.
TET1EYTEA pers. And yet the saddest thing NO MUOtl .

LivesPredicted about many women who decide to I NO NO NO LAXATIVII UHCISf : : :: :' '"

run out on their marriages Is that I NO TIRING MUST UOWOI IOUTINII . .
they don't know where they're go- Tboae flabby bulge that spot, -

in?. I 141/ flay fat that,those weigh' laycn your "- ,...

They run away from life so fast, d.Onthy.icfly and mentally an mm be : <2:1:
t they don't even take time to look paced ufely,pieasanUr.reye-catchmgairvCT healthfully qutckty Sin,Tablet easily, '
For DivorceesBy into the future. Anything will do. *y T. Wort women Deed never again sufler ; ) $ <'- *-**: '
just to get away from it all. I from execs* 6ttSLIX ; .:. ; : :

."Flavor-Crushed" for richer, I RUTH MILLETT And so like the woman who i RING MIRACULOUS SWEET TABLETS RESULTS ", :; <.""

more full>bodied ,taste. I A woman in Lincoln. Neb., didn't care what train she took- Ttdldnu..uttio.r epic tobteM r ma eonww- : it : .
just so that it took her from teal You ea airy them ta your Data and take ; :, "
I! away
-
called train information and them wberCTw .
tom
are with
spa
Since no mar emb.tr.reas -. .. ; ,
1837 her marriage-many women get a Eu them u o. would ready.; N. '0. .
asked, "Do you have any trains IDlttat.it0 aoud4 regawra D.111 queta.appllmr :
divorce first and then face the fu yoo with required Tltmtn. od BrioermtoaiMlewny ;
leaving between 9 and 10?" When |I ture. I y.w woukt ordlnarUr; .et trnoi fstwaln. ,f oote.Coa. : t
w.0odr w.Ab.Ntudyharmies :
; Keep
tram :
-
asked where she wanted to go. she ,I AIMLESS LIFE AHEAD I b mg DiimcrT while Imtoc ap to 10 Sly pomxu a / ,
week. Jan follow ample dlnwtlooa on bottle. ;
replied "It doesn't matter. I'm ) :
I Ataf trtnxta.
Maybe'their' Compare ray"of tula nodam. ;
.
would have
lives
leaving my husband. 'I better qttlrker _;T ta __ x
been far better in the long run if It-DAT NO-RISK TRIAL
for '
That story was good aBARBARA'S "
TOMATOESAppetizing I i they had swallowed their pride M YeapNamapmo.yo.ha.elenwetght immxrad tunm ran mw bole f ,haw. 2tR'J . .
and tried harder to..make a go of y... rc YOUR MONEY. BACK WITHOUT :
I ,... .-. -
QCESTION
I ... I The m "a part the .oop.t "
their marriages. But by the time j! fW'xm y.. ar. far, ,. r '
1 they reach that conclusion it's too todty : ,. : ,
BEAUTY SALON late. They have already made 10 Day Supply $1.50 _

colorful, OPENING SPECIAL I their exit and slammed the door I' 25 Day Supply $3.00fttwtfn I 1< _"'0, .
.. ,
MACHINE PERMANEVTSREG shut behind them. '
. full of good health (12.50 for 8M 1 ;.................. .. .. I
The country is fun of divorcees
for all ages, from the Ridgewood and Rosalind Ph. 402C I I II Htattk FM*... Dtt. 12 ..
leading aimless, useless lives because ""
Open Evenings by AppointmentOPEN t 231 Uvinfttra st. BrMklya 2. N. Y. ; ; t
cradle to old Usedin I 4 }
age they didn't stop to figure out f .n. ... Shi $.... TaslMs.. .'IIeY' ck If -t # : S.I
salads, soups, beveragessandwiches- where they were going before they I ...t toM wiifkt. I .
decided to leave their husbands. I : I* say apply II.5'- U day supply u.. ... > < 1T-; :'
STOCKDINNERWARE ; ';7I
Like a runaway child they didn'tthink
ill I
sauces, and eaten with , NAME 1
y beyond the decision to pun- I II
zest "as is." A pound > ish the person who had made them : ADCIIUIII _._ I
''s "lO Beautiful Patterns ....
about 125, unhappy. (PI Print -
provides jbar ; t .. Jf >> If you've got ideas about browning,
: _ __ _
calories of, nutrient I THE CHINA MART I :nT. STATE J 1i
;
.
About 35 per cent of the people Clmk ar MMMy 0rdw c.It:
energy. ...-4" N. Orange Ave. of Eire are members of the II II If ywi .. Far C.O.D. AH Etlraawwwwwww..wm.w.ww.wmw.w.
Caarsw lit
Roman Catholic Church. i 1
.
,J'" 1L.' .) ii I ........ -- heavenly, dipped-in-copper look takes planning. ,
-- T% .
, Dial 2-3748 T LB Trust Marie Earle Suntan Oil the
EST. 1905 r 1 ASPHALT, RUBBER 8 CORK j \ to help


I I / LINOLEUM AND BROADFEIT ,FLOOR COVERING I t sun do its work smoothly, evenly. . to turn '.

MILK. 1 ;, Orludo's CONTRACTORS Pioneerm T; WILLIX 8 WRIGHT TILE CO, i I I;f jour skin a deep, deep bronze . "

. a j SEE OUR FIXTLRE DISPLAY i 1200 N. )tills St. Orlando Phon5246MOTORBRAKESCLUTCH | -
;. N, MILLS SL COLONIALTOWVFlorence ) If skins the sensitive Marie
j use Earle .
f 1 = --- ----- - -.,, \\T your type,

xs ,":"M("" Suntan Lotion to guard against blistering
Is Nature's nearest = Welcomes yon toFLORENCE :

complete food, easily ''i -. and peeling.Not sticky,not greasy, it's an -,..1t -
Frame axle If -
digested, and universally - -spring- -or nelgbbor dents fender. any
BEAUTY SHOPSteam -at these need attention. Just can us.STIVERSPONTIAC. :
liked.It spent
is delivered ; skin-softening form station. .
,
4 ,- . a II wives as low as $;6. l
complete I''
.
8ca"ia. slyf 1. f..a.lltl.sf.1 trialZ4
fresh pure and ready S. ORANGE ATE, PH. 9717 .
to eat .. a quart furnishes a- I I I 2 W. Colonial We can for aid deUver. Phone 2-2319 ye
-- ._
.
about 650 cal b "r t d- -
ories. !k s Marie Earle Suntan Oil in Natural or Dark ILOO :

LUSTER FOAM
t.. Marie Earle Suntan Lotion ILOO .: _' '- > ::
-K' Shampoo for docs kills and repels fleas and '," ; i. '.:: J
a
DIAPER SERVICE ticks. Prescott Kennels says "most ama DCJ s Price*pint tax.: '" '. ;..; ;, > .
Makes \ Pint bottle $LOO \\
more room in T Item In field of dog hrriene.
fur Kanrvatiana *r Immadtat Del VW3' /
your refrigerator'when' 4. PHONE 2-3357 Sold ky Leading Drag, Feed and Pet Stores ((1
t stored fit.the' spats
j BROWER LABORATORIES. ORLANDO FLA.
sav&x. easy-to-landle -- I
j
f
*, aDd ?hardtobreakV < fI :

iquan bottle.DATSON.; I If
I .
I rm ASPHALT TILE-Nine Different Colors I '

1F Group "B" and "C"; also Blue In GroupD.." :
EXCLUSIVE

f S ALL WOOL CARPETING WITH US <:
SOME CALL
9' and 12 widths; also 27"' and 36" runners.
f?I IT "3 P's"
i
HfALJHDAIRIES' LINOLEUM Come in and See ; -
N. matter wtother y- auk far fTf .r I i3P' ,
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rebel from rimanulM na veil
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I e Many enditMM. fff BVi 'rr ) ;I1
148 |relief' CTMM pU.pl..........M_For M IJIJ. t :
W. Sewth .thooaaaiia b."depended apes fTT AMERICAN RUG AND LINOLEUM GO. eJ."atUe
Phone 9835 f AakfWU! fV/J( "

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: 4 -Page 12 O'Jrlttttb JtUtfitltttt rntlnrl! Wednesday. July 2, 1947 Two Begin :Mrs. Raymond Lundquist Back I Cleanup Drive



Good Rally OUR BOARDING HOUSE Eggs and P6ultryJACXSONYXLLZ .. Hall OffIce
I Trial Period At
AIAS.CHEPMY / I -- lAp) Florida nearby -_nfnrc -1t-- Plans Revealed
czP.oop' ryii iaAF4, fresh efcs:

I Month POOR BCMH i JAw coo4 uPA'i ANo uruA00OT All sales to retailers ., iSceciol -to Orlando Morn'ma. Sentinel] in HenderSOflVl11e. N.' C., where In
summer
Opens 5 EKtKI& K t cur. As' dLdqut Will spend the
Policemen
SOME GRAlriOPHOPE. oLrrOc'nh'r Grade A Wb aikt. Ray m 0 n they
I Per da. Per ds SARM' the past their nehome.. to Orlando Mom Sent.net: J
BUT L PEAR 3AJL -rA AP spent [Special
n
t5ar,. ., ____ 24 t6 Schroeder of st. Paul.MinIs. ,
-- 03 John
On Market VANMM5 FOR MB .aa.n.Azc' -4EA 'fllE FAR. Medium -1 T_ .--.i-r 91 83 f'spe<- 'JJ! to Orlando Morning Sentinel'] at New Smyrna Beach Mrs. returned after visiting DAYTONA BEACH CharlesWarner :

DESPOTIC JUDGE aci.W 1AU.OWou Small _-.-___-... 'l6 47 with her children returned to her .. has member of the chamber -
OL KISSIMMEE Two new men her hus- a
-
Extra' line ......._ 26 58 I She and here for two
DOW-JONCS AVCRAO.CS \\MllL SNATCH A BEAOTtFUL UAf SIZZLP c Sale cnr.n0 consumers are on 90 days trial for permanent City Hall office Monday. who' associated with the of Commerce Clean-up Com
NEW YORK (UFteckUv ) SUMMER OUT% OF MV 141M ', Net Pet I positions with the City of. Mr. Lundquist will spend the band. l Co. was named Monday night
OH" High. Low Close Net CH. beach South
Grade A WL Dos. weekend and holiday at the mite.
30 lnd* 117.15 10.42 anAl 1(0.13 u. 1.03 UFI ptpW A)4 EGG -.. ds. la crta Kissimmee Police Dept.. Carl D. Mrs..iSffir has gone to Dr. Robert C. DeA

20 Ra4la ..... 4TUO ...... 4O.t, U. 1 Jl1J c UttlS 34.04 JJ-14 J4.T 1$.04 u.O.J1ts I Medium ...... 31 60 aain.M.and Mrs. Edward Higgins Brothers
Sfka 12.72 M-75 U.IS ." "It 1.10 t.( F&\\ ) .. ViGWAp4% PLOOR! Small __- ..- 18 63 He said the force needs to be ., returned to their home en Mao 11 visit friends in New the city a an example of what
Cloo Net Ch. - Extra large ... 20 68Sales handle entire city should like from
and*: / P.u.OP -- increased to adequately the b
40 Sends ___. .. ---102." up 0 OS l to Sales to after a week's vacaUong at High Albany, Id. to .
o.crs! I present work as well as that which Sackelt xpct a clean-up standpoint.The
10 a. **>'. --_--. .. ...100.41 uvO.lt Retailers Consumers Hampton. N. Rev.
10 2nd Hails __,_, ".11 ue 0.21 Live Drevsed Live Dressed will come with the installation of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Wietzel of leave thiS week for O. group met in the
10 Utila _-_____-.IQT.tl "001 : \ .. Florida Dressed ft Di"wn ft Dr'waFryer Cambr
10 Inds __. --- -0h -104JO off 04W ----.- \ I :2-3 Iba 38 $7 43 CSBrpilers the two-way radio system. Frederick. Md.. were the weekend for the Summer. Orlandowas of Com re building on
Transactions in stocks used in average* under Cecil Bass who is on duty with of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Miss Lome Smith of made of their

yestertfayi Industrial 10S.700 rails. M. S I Bens llbs heavy 31 57 43 U the police for the trial period, has guest. the weekend lest here of her recent survey of repr of
utilities, 43,800t total 2O0.200. prort
700t breeds 36 81 40 20 had previous experience having Mr. and Mrs. Anderson sister Mrs. W. the drive. A
MARKETS AT A GLANCE : -i I I : L5'T1M' I Bens liint breeds 28 42 32 4ItCLO.ING served on the St. Cloud force. Jake of Knoxville Newal. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Aycocke and made July 15. fu wI b
: Tommy -
NEW YORK .
and sons
Waldorff. the second man on trial Mrs. C. L. McCrom
; COTTON Rush Hickman of Chattanooga.Tenn. to
STOCK Hi.her| l leaeN" in brisk r*- recent guests It was also planned harephotographs
cowenr.BONDS NEW YORK (AP) Cotton future* were had experience with the Army .. were weekend guests at the and Ronnie. were made of the section
: Steadyi ...,1. advance.COTTON. %1. P under pressure yesterday and closed 9S Military Police. He served 23 Roy R. Wright home. of Mrs. J. C. AycoCke.
L...r> July 1..i..I'on.CHICAGO : \ \ cents te 52.OS .bale low. Tradin- was chosen an example.
__d-L.: ; =' Ball of
l.S I moderately. active and influenced ta some months overseas during which Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Jacobson J. Hon JacknveL a

WHEAT trone; hivher lo n ..ata. \ extent ky liquidation in nearby July, antxi > time he participated in four major and children left Monday for a his Harry Hall executive manager
OATS: Firm to strong: advanced witheth.r : i atln, aspiration ef trading in that Ball. They spent Tuesday chamber the
M- 4S '.II_ contract July IS. battles in the European Theater of tour of the Eastern States. G. of the gave IOP.

HOGS M grain to *50 cant lower; too S2S. .- p 2 ( 2 -iL.: ..C The Gevernnwnt weekly weather report Mis Oleda Dsn. after a short at Daytona Beach which is composed of sve -

CATTLE: 2S cents higher to 25 low rj ( was fa-erakle e-n cotton crep cenditions.. war.According to Adams these two here Mr. Ms. M. Rbr.son. Jimmy. organizations a suggestions
I parent.
and induced seen .lIln. in deferred deliveries. left
ta.5CI. I _ There were a me owtcll; ;", from men. who started work Monday and Mrs. W. R. Dysn. returned Cohan. on the coei's plans t

NEW YORK [APJ The stock nearby July into later months. will serve on all the various shifts to her studies at the University Wednesday for Hampton beautify Daytona Bec.
The cotton ..iratl! police
ex *rt Subsidy at Norman
Mrs.
market yesterday started July midnight; June 30. with ..0.announcementfrom during their probation period. At of Virginia Law SchooL enngs. Dr. DeArmas & an

with one of its best rallies in six _' the Government as to future policy present the Kissimmee Police Dept. I Mrs. Emmett Hunt and her desk sergeant bgan the appointments Mr. A

months as relatively heavy short Futures o..orts.cloMd SS cents to S2.OS a bale. consists of three men, Guy Allen daughter. Mrs. Rosco McLain. are'' on Monday. Seidel and Mrs. Ralph Henson t

covering and investment demand lower than the previous Close.OM chief who is on leave of absence confer with City Recreational .

lifted leaders 1 to 3 or more points __ Hilh. Low Last for an operation. C. H. Drtggers J George Robinson, o the cleaningand .
July 37.2S 17 64 37 JS 37.3S-43 off 19-24
with 'assorted 'blue chips" jumping I Oct. _.32.SS 32*S 32.40 32.44-47 off 32-JSDec. and W. L. Paulk. Miss Shirley Mize Becomes decorating of th BandsheB

as much as 16 and highs for 31.71 31.73 31.47 31.47 off 33 for the holidays.

the year or longer numerous. II I Closing Stock Quotations II May March_ 30 31.19.7S 3O 3149.7S 30 M..34 83 30 JO.II.38n off off 34 41 ,

The recovery: swing got under July 29.7S 29.90 21.K 29.S& off 40 Miss Kelly Bride of George F. Ritchie I ID
Middling
way alter early irregularity. OUs. I spot 37.5Tn off 39. Louis
motors rails rubbers I" STOCKS IN THE SPOTLIGHT I Hds. Mi.h Low Last nominal. 1 Longs
steels. and .
NEW YORK AP) Sal**, closing Itrlce -0Deere [Specwl to Orlondo Morning Sntinl *
special issues led. There was a and nat chant* .( the. IS nxjat active "A'" Co __ __. 28 40 311'. 40 New ORLEANS. AP) Cotton' futures declined Becomes Bride DAYTONA BEACH-In -
little selling now and then, butr stcfca yesterday. : Del Lack St West __ 17 7 7.s 7%. 74 here yesterday under realising of Conservation Plan
1 most pivotals closed at or near the Canrwlth < Sou lS.SOO-11 uo .,.. Detroit Edison _u_ 3 23>. 23"23" profits by lone h.dame and selling on SDf'111 to Orlando Morning Sentinel ful wedding ceremony Miss Shirley Soil Trip
Colum Ga aV El 1S.3OO-UI* up 4k.SchanWy Dial corn-Best _u 45 15H 15V. 1SH favorable private and official crop reports.Closing Mire became the bride of George
day's tops. Dealings slowed at in- Distill 14.4OO-3U4Cup Dome )din.. ____- 14 20 194 20 prices were barely steady 50 ORANGE CITY-Miss Betty '
tervals. although speed-ups were Rtpu Stl 13.900.2'.. tip !.,.. *4. Douglas Aircrsft____ 3 S6% S4'. 565)Dresser I! cents to $2.60 a bale lower. Louise Kelly daughter of Carl W. P. Ritchie of Ashland Ky.. Sun Hearing Date Set (Spe": to Or 'rdo Mom n Sent nl]

frequent. Transfers of 1.090.000 Gulf Socony Mob Vac.& 12.0OO-lt Oh up V*. duPont de ladust NEastern --__ 20 IS 193 18'. 192 17Te 193 18S I ..,,,..,,,,_37 Open JS 37.4 High 37.23 Low J7.3O CloseJuly off 10 Kelly was married in a simple j day.The Sentinel] DELANO-Mr. and Mrs. Louts

shares compared with 670,000 Packard 11.0OO-S U.toO.l0_ n*. up4. - Oct. -_32.55 32.6S 32.4 32 4O-4S off 35 ceremony in Woodland, Ga., to Rev. W. O. Luttrell of theFt fbpe- ol I to Orlando! Morning> Lon Jr., will leave the t
United Corp SOO-3V.,. Air L ____ 19 194 194 19'e I IE OK. __.J1.SO 31.7 31.4S 11.49 of 37 Methodist Church officiated SANFORD County Agent C. their
and I ,
Monday equalled the total of i-Cela up'Vs.Pp Eastman Kodak ___ 26 45'. 44*. 45"4 i March _.31.11 31.11 30.82 10.82 off 52 Robert Reed of Albany, N. Y. accompany
last Tuesday. G.n Mot 1.100.19Ult OOO-32V4 up\.-.. El Power it Lt __ 28 1S'4 1S'. 15'4 I May ___ 30.60 30.65 30.33 30.33-34 off 42 Miss Ruth Allen has closed her j i i I ceremony which was held R. Dawson announced yesterdaythat Mrs. Maynard Long, and her tw -

Shorts were said to have adjusted C.I..".*.> '.9OO-23V* "It 1. Emerson El M ____ 1 11V4 11'. 11'. I kindergarten and is vacationing !i! in the home of the bride's parent.Mr. the date for the soil conservation children. Walter and Maynard Jr.

their commitments on the idea Westin Liar '.SOO-ZSVa up Vi. Eng Erie Pub RR Seric__: _____._.__123 13 30 9V Va* 29'9'.. 30<%Va. j steady NEW S1.7S ORLEANS a bale" (AP lower.) Spat Sales rotten 149.closed Low with her sister. Miss Elizabeth Ali i I i and Mr. John hearing for Seminole County to their home in Camd n. S C.

that the lengthy weekend mightbring North Cnryalw Pac B.SOO-llJV 5.Q13I., up up IV A**.. Evenh n> ___n___. 7 14'. 14%. i middling 31.80 middling 16.SO. Good middling len, in North Carolina near Can-I| The bride was dressed in a gown has been set July 16 at 2:30: pjn.. From Camden Mr. and Mrs. L
good news such possible -FYarns 37.40. ,Receipts: 551.- Stocks 78.641. ton. I court will go Columbus, Ohio
as a n.1 in the room.
Tel & Rad .9 6% 6 j i with a lace bodice with a sweetheart t
settlement of the coal wage dis New York (AP) Closinc Hda. stocks: ; Firestone T & R -.. 6 49 Vi 48 : NEW ORLEANS AP) Average .rie; of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Stetson have I neckline long sleeves and The hearing will be conducted vacation.

pute. Dividends earnings, rising ACT-Brill Mot ____ 14 High 9 Low 8'0'Last Florida Flmtkote Pow.__..____._. 15 21 14 31V4!. 14 30'>% 31U middling. 15/ltths inch cotton. at 10 Southern closed} their Winter home here. f I, peplum. The skirt satin with by K. S. McMullen of the State Mr. and Mrs. Wellington Steer-
business optimism and search for Air Reduction ____ 15 31'. 31 31T -G- nn 4 s ot markets yesterday was 82.05 a Mr. and Mrs. Paul McKinzie v.a the will leave Friday for Port
Alaska Juneatr 140" hat lower at H.tt cents a pound; aver a short train. She wore a fingertiplength Extension Service representing man
yields spurred purchasers. Rails Allethany Corp -=== 17 9 4'3 a 44 3i} 4 3S. I Oarlord Cont__ PI_ ____ 2 102 100 age for th. past 30 market days 36.76. and children of St. Petersburg, : veil caught up in a State Soil Conservation Board. land. Ore., to attend the nationalElk's
had the benefit of Oen Cable h 7 10% 10% , Middling 7/8-inch average. JS.43 cent weekend here in the I II tara
prospects for a AU.. Lud Stl .. 4 36. aPound. spent the C.
38
V .______ ,
; gY.1 OeD Elee: u 63 36'. 35% 36). of seed pearls. Her bouquet f "All testimony that anyone cnvention
boost in freight rates and passen- Al Chem & Dye ... 10 180 178 l 00 Foods _ ____ 12.0 39"% 40G.n C. McKinzie home on Park Ave. : wa I r
!
ger fares. The oil group still was Am Allls fU'1; _====_ 22 35T. 35 354 i Motors __u____- 84 59% 58'. 59*. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK I Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Klpp and ,II made up of white asters. ,. wishes to offer and all queston Camillo Mogavero. who lives in
37 9 8'. 9 __._ be asked will be where he an inspectorfor
Gen Pub Util 31 14%, 13% 14 i her sister to Atlanta
CHICAGO tUP USDAI Hon 12,000.Weisht I' Miss June Mize. was a i
buoyed by fuel shortages and the I Am Cable & Rad __ IS S'i 5l children of Daytona Beach spent
SV i i Gillette Sal R ..._ 11 27% 27 27,%, I need
: profits outlook for this industry.. Am Am Car Can&--fit-----____ 8 93V4 112 93Vt I Glmbel Bros ...__ 20 23%: 22'. 23% SIc lower under; heavier 250 weights Ibo about slow active and and 25- : Sunday here at the home of Mrs.K.Ipp's !i maid of honor and wore a light effort to determine the this the Signal Cor i vti
4 In
The Associated Press 60-stock Am & For Pow u__ 2 44 3V 424 3 44 3>. Goodrich (BF) __n_ 14 554 55*. 55". SOc lower. Sows 25-50c lower. Most de- :, parents Mr. and Mrs. H. C. ;'i blue marquisette gown. She wore a soil conservation" diStric M and Ais.
composite was up 1.1 points at Am Homa Prod ___,n,-'IS 24'. 24'. 24'4 Goodyear Graham T & R 19 47V"4 46%. 47% rUne on sows over 400 Ibs. Top 25.00. I James. yellow asters in her hair and also county Dawson 'Lky" formerly of De-
Am Locomotive ___ 22 22'. Pslge Mot 9 4 3% 34 Bulk good and choice 170-260 lbs 23 75* 'I "This meeting will be as muchon now living in Gainesville
21 Va 22' I
65.3 sharpest advances since the Gt Northn Ry PI 20 41% 40% 41% Harry Ryland of Washington carried a bouquet of the same
Am Pow &; Lt _____ 38 11H 11 u 2490.; 270-290 lbs 2250-2375.; 300-330 lbs :.,
11%
1.4 climb upswing of June 11, Am Rad tt St 8 ._. 25 14'. 14'a 14'. Greyhound Corp .__ 52 9'. 9'. 9% I 2050-2200. down to about 19.OO for 400 D. C., and his sister Mrs. Alice' flowers. an educational basis to enlighten is here on buse.

widest since last Dec. 9. It was I Am Roll Hill ____ 42 29V, 28t. 29 S Gull Gulf Mob Oil _It__Ohio_____- 118 23 10 68%Va 67 10% 10 68%% Ib 400 averates Ibo Good. and .choice sows under. I Sadler of Norfolk. Van are visiting :!: Mi Joyce Baker, Lewisville. those interested on the Colby DeWitt 1 exU from
Am Smelt & R 39 60>a 59 V, 60*. i 'mostly M 00-19 SO. down to 15 50 actual activities of such a district Miami soon.
the broadest. market. since June -HH.n. for 550 IbsCattle their mother. Mrs. Anna Ryland. : ., and Miss Oma Sandstrom h
Am Stl Fdrs ___ >. .
IS 30 28' .
U. Of 1,012 issues appearing, Am Sugar Ref _? 1 38 la 38'% 38 30.Vi Homestake. Mfg _Min_____ 22 15 45'6*,. 45 6% 45 6%%. 7.000. calves 1000. Gramfedsteers I Mr. and Mrs. William Snow of were bridesmaids. They were as well as a public hearing" he vacation vitng' h mother, .

717 rose and only 131 declined. Am Tel & Tel ___ .8 1S7 155V, JST Houston 011 -____. 11 24'. 24t s 24>. I with weight steady to 35O nlsher; Daytona Beach were Sunday callers I dressed in light blue gowns. The concluded. Betty B. .
yearlinss. including
____ heifers steady to 25c
Am Tob
B IS ?5*4 744 IS Cliff Carl of
Mr. and Mrs. Flint.
At peaks for 1947 were Nickel ,I Am Viscose n...___,_ 19 63la 51',.. S3H Hudson- Motor 34 lib 14% IS'. lower. Yearling heifers showed lull decline. at the Carl W. Kelly home on : bride's mother wore a green crepe
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Plate preferred. up 16 Is points at Am WaS Wka ___ 25 15'. 14". 15'. Illinois Central __. 56 24'. 23>. 24>. j j1 I Largely steer and heifer run. Good Blue Springs Ave. Ethel Joyce i,i dress, while O. P. Ritchie Mich.. and Mr. and Mrs Joe Price
Am Woolen ______ and choice breeds predominated. Choice Ms. Two Post Offices and children of Titusville.
32 33H 314 33 were
a Interlake .__ >
111; Chrysler 3V at 112%, American Iron 25 12 11 12 Kelly returned with them for a'' dressed
welshty was
Anaconda Cop ___' 34 35V, 34>. 3S'a lot Harvester __ 23 steers active at 28 OO HP, five i whit crepe. the weekend of and
Smelting 1% at 60j, Joy __ > 904 881: 90'4 ,loads topped at 29.50. vacation. get M.
Armour tt Co n 78 14 14% 14'. Int Nick Can __ 28 31%, 30 S 31% strictly choice Western Solo by Mrs. W.
Mfg. 1V4 at 36, Standard Oil of Assd Dry Goods .. 5 1714 1714 17%. Int Paper h____ 21 48'. 46>. 48'. : fed 950 Ib heifers. 2750; comparable Mrs. Mary E. CUlp and granddaughter Beverly Johnson Atlanta accompanied Made Second Class Mrs. R. F.
Atch T 8 P 11 804 784 804 : lisht offerings 27 00: Medium steers scarce Mrs. O. Myers has returned
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-- Int Tel Tel -
32
IH. 11
Cal. 1V4 at 61% Celanese 1 at 12 Mary Ellen Gulp 1
1 AU Coast Line 7 53% 52". 3S J at 24.00 down Other killing classes were at the piano by Mrs. John
23 Vi. Standard Oil (NJ] % at i All R+flnlnt 37 38 U. 37%. 38%'. JohnsManvllleJones- 12 44 V4 43 V4 441. I cows slow; bulls active. Canners :Jet:: guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Ailing [SCKial to Orlondo Mmin Sentinel] from Sterling,Ky., where she-

t 77 /8. Texas Co.. % at 65 and Atlas Corp -== S 24V. 24 24V.Arco A L Stl __ 26 31'. 30!. 314 i ters 9.00-13.oo. .sood beef cows mostly at their Daytona Beach home Sat- Kelly.A held DAYTONA was cale by the te of her
reception following
SItS 8 5V. 1 5V. ______ : 19 50. Vealers 24 OO down. was .
Shamrock Oil K at 27>/2. I JOT Mis 80 36'35 36%U urday. offices in this area became second -
: IIBald K Sheep 500.' Spring lamb steady. Most the wedding at the Mire home
Dow Chemical added 6 at 176. Loco ____ 29 IRIS 1'711' K.nnfotCOD-: __ 28 4SV, 44U 5H good to choice ewes and wethers 23:SO.; fat Jim Hodges of Lyons Ga.. was where class offices Monday. On the birthday list today are
j Bethlehem 3 at 87. Allied Chemi- I Bait & Ohio -_ 67 11*. 10',. 11%. -&.-- I bucks dawn 1.00. Medium and good Springs in town Saturday. I Mrs. Frank Thames presided Both the Port Orange and Or- Doug Brown Jr., Chartene Over.
Barnadall Oil _____ 15 27 U 2&2H.\ 2100-23; few common light over the assisted
weights
_
Lacl'deGII __ 24 SI. 4'. 5Laillib rerehment. reclassified Jean G. Gould and Harold
stations have been
cal 3 at 180 Nickel Plate Harry Leard is patient in the mond
common a
Bendix AriaS 19 33 31'0 33 C & N ___ 4 10'. 10% 10> down to 11.50. Aged slaughter ewes steady by Mrs.F. Ruth Ph.
3Ts at 33% and U. S. Gypsum 3 Best Foods _-.__ 2 23 22's 23 Lib 0 P Glass ___ 2 54'4 54V. 54',4 at 750 down. DeLand Memorial Hospital. Vial Mi to that division. They were lips.Dr.
Beth Steel _._.. 25 87 84>. 87 LIbby McN 'I Ritchie. and M. H. Nail of Mi-
at 104. Blaw-Knox. ___, it L 14 8 a 8'. 8'. Mrs. P. J. Gaynor and daughter formerly third class post offices. Ms.
n 7 15114 0 ISli Liggett & Myers 1 89% 89?' 89Vx CUR STOCK LIST The couple left for a wedding ami several
Ahead 1 to 2 or so were U. S. Boelnc Airplane 7 16%. 16 16 v* Lockheed AiroLoew ____ 31 12V. 11>. 12V. Furnished through courtesy Merrill Gail and Mrs. Bert Lowns all of yunr Mrs. Thelma Houghton bead spending
Steel Youngstown Sheet. Goodyear Borden Co __-__on 14 43H .42*. 43SBranlir 'i Ine __.____ 20 22 21*. 22 Lynch. Pierce.. Fenner and Beane: Pelham Manor. N. Y..arrived Sat- trp owing which they the Port Orange office while day visiting here. They are reg -
Alrw _____ .8 t'. 8. 8*. Lorillard (P> ___ 5 19> 19> 19>.. Aluminum Co. of Amer$5') will here to live with the at the Hotel Putnam.
U. S. Rubber Goodrich. Brldieport Brass a 14*. 14 14 4 4 Amer Cyanamld Co. B. __ 44% urday at the home of Mr.and Mrs. retur 1r. JuJa S. Wheeler Is post

Montgomery Ward. International Brl,.. Mts __----. 17 34* :33', 34 Vi> MgcgTrruckg ____ 5 50\. 4850% Amer. Gas ft Elee. __________ 39% Charle Miller on East University brde' parent. Mr. Ritchie and Ormond.
Budd Co __ ____ 37 11%. 10>,. 11%. _ Amer. Light Traction _____ in Septemberfor
Harvester. Oliver Corp.. Douglas u Mac tRH' _ ._ 4 35%' 34'" 3S ft --? 20% Mrs. Houghton explained yesterday Seminole CountyInstruments
Bulova Watch ____ 2 31 31 31 Ark. Nat Gas A. _.. ________ __ Ave.Mr. !
___ 6V4 Memorial
Aircraft American Marine Midland 9. 1 8' 6'. and Mrs. R H..Johnson Lincoln University I
Telephone __ .
Burling Mills _? 36 18'. IT. 18a Marshall Field 10 291 29'. 29% Brewster Aeronatnical ______.. ._ 8 are that the reclassification by *
Kennecott American Can West- Burr Add Mach ? 16 12!. 12*. 12'. Martin ___ II 11 15% 16 Barium Steel _-, ___ 4V visiting relatives in Silver City, where he i attending school. the Post Office Dept.. meant that 'Filed
inghouse Union Carbide Johns- --CCalif :- Mid Conk Pet __ II 43'S. 42'. 4]'. Creole Pet Crop. __--.j -.J ll_ 30% N. since SANFORD-T5-o
will be R.
Packina5: 28 27>i 28Callahan Mo Kan Texas __. 111 4.. 4'10 4" Cities Service ___._______ 39% C.Mrs. better service given Wasof ftaat. .4m. t
Manville, J. C. Penney Union Pa- Z-Lead 9 2H 2%. 2%. E. F. Abel has returned !I George admin d TC
Monsanto Chem __ 2J 110'. 60"4 60"'a Celts.Patent Arms ___._ 36 SonoreStores/ Plan they will be allowed to employ A. A. Jane to 8. r WireHftt 4ead.
Can Dry 0 Ale 31 16*. 1C 18"V.Cansd from
cific, Southern Pacific. Southern nn Elec. Bond ft Share Co. _ Shomoken Pa.
_ Montgom Ward __ .6 60's 58". 60"0 u 12' I more help and that the general Aids x Dvnrtek to Th g. ut
Railway and Chesapeake & Ohio. pacific____n 36 11 11 Vi 11 Murray Corp __ '4 12% 120 U%. Fairchild Ens. ft Airplane Corp. __ 2% Miss Mabel Bond returned I l mt, .ze
Carrier Corp 10 18 154 16 Closings on Friday delivery windows will remain
Glen Alden Coal Co. 17%'. openwhile T'J:
-NNalil.Kelvuittol- Z rUk to Refer Palm 44
Pennsylvania Central Airlineswas Case UI) Co B 37 H 36 H 37 V; Monday from Connecticut where t *A
an exception hitting a new Caterpll Tractor Un_n 14 M>%. 59'i' SOV.Celanese. Nst' Airlines _____ 2:1 3: 12 18% 12"IS%. 12"2 16 Or.Humble AU.OU& Pac ft Refo------'Tn Co. ________. 62 98 she has been on a business andpleasure (Soro! to Oran Morning Sentinell mall is being distributed.The 0 I.. L Wheeler Palmer t to* T.AM Dr. lt,.
Corp ___ 88 23 H 22', 23 HCelott Recta Mining Co ______ ._ all business change also means that the 1 U. .
low for the year and ending at Nit Auto Fib ___ 14 1151l5 11%. ? 12% trip.W T. Uogo to red. *. sswrt.rate.
<< Corp _____ 7 25*. 2SI, 23" Nat Biscuit _.. 11 28 21'8:! Kaiser-Praser ___-..__________-. 6% houses will remain closed offices will now remain open 1 Ll ,
6%, off ?st following the com Cent Foundry n___ 7 91. 8\a 9'. Nat Can _h___-_.:_? U 10 9'10 Lone Star Gas Co. _______.___ 18'. A.: Bishop and Kenneth pst 8 to 6 daily except T. Lingo to Land Bank .. amort
pany's petition for retroactive mail Cerro de Pas ___b 30 33%. 32 V4 33Certaln.Teed Nat Cash Reg __ S 311'. 37'38. % Niagara Hudson Pw. Corp. -____. 8'. Brown are In Springfield. Friday July 4, but will be open a. p. mt. L ef -
pay in which it said that it Prod 12 15". 1SH 15HChes Nat Container __, 13 311'" 38'. 39.... NUes-Beement-Pond Co. _______ 11% Mrs. and children Ma Saturday, it was revealed yester- Sundays and holidays. Helen C. Watork Seated Hit. -
was Ohio _____. 26 49V, 45'. 46 Brow return t AU
Nat Dairy Prod 11 311.. 30% 31.% Pantepee Oil of Ven. ______, _. 10 w1 Bank. mt,. '
"now on the very threshold of Ch M Sp ft Pac ... 26 9\. 8% 9Vt Nat Distillers _._. '70 21% 21%, 21', SheTwin-WiUlamt __._.,______150 day. The County Court Hou offices Xaatf Ce.. Seott Qe
bankruptcy" Chi ft NW _...__on 20, 19V4 20 20Chryiler Not oypsum ___-.- 14 111 18', 111 Strock ft Co. ___.<__L___-_____. 23% Mrs. Same WaIler is again at will also close for Life Saving Course deedPint dOverMreet .I A
Railway bonds stiffened. At Corp _n_ 87 112H 109% 112. Nat Lead _?__ __ 13 32"10 31". 32V. Sonotone' Corp. ____________________ 3'. her home on North Leavitt well as Saturday.Iquies daY| Fed Sc,. and Lean Awn. to KrtH
CIT Flnan _, 13 43 Va 43*.. 44V, _____ Ave.. a )
n Nat Pow Lt __ 89 1% 15. H. Sehttlte Inc. _.___ ____ ._ 4%% I W. AndrrMm. fit mti
Chicago wheat was up 315 to dee El Ilium __ 24 43 42V* 42% Nat Supply ____.. 49 16k, 111 18" Technicolor _-T..q_,-f_- __.__ 13: after a visit in Tampa. at the City Hall dis- f Held at Winter Garden Rut w. VHM to Harvey ntff
44 cents a bushel, corn off \:ito Coca Cola ____n 1 170 170 170 Roth Corp _-__n_. 1 22 V4 221/ 22'!. Textron _-__-_-___,_.----- 12% the offices will be ? Fla, Prod Cr. t H. V. sat
Colsate Palm P 8 42 411.i 42 NY 82 13!' 14* United Gas Corp __._____.___i__ 16*. iSr'e'a' to Orlando Morning Sentinel, ] .
up 2H and oats up- g to 1. Col Fuel ft Ir __. 23 141'4 13.. 14 Vi NY gr A aLRl\r.- 22 11-: 94'. 111 0 W. Va. Coal ft Coke _____ 11\% Osceo/o/ County :I' closed Friday but City Mgr. Sayer WINTER The mtFla. State Bal W. T. Baftff Mt mW
Cotton dropped 95 cents to $%.05 Colum 0 ft Cl;_ _____142 11V,, life 11% No Am Aviation 3 714 7%. '1'1. had not determined whether or GARE R First Fed. .1 LaD AMU. .H.n
bale. Coml Credit" Un 10 42 42 42 North Amer Co __ 27 25% 240 2S" GRAIN RANGE Instruments i ir Cross tat
a Filed not that office remain closed
would
Corn Solvents _ 14 24 i 24V4 244 i\ T. W. Jones to Donald feed.
n Northern. Pacific 87 18% 18 183. Open High Low Close: chosen the Winter Garden swimming R. Jes.
Forward curb movers included Comwlth Edls ___ 32 :lld: 30', '29% 29' -0Ohio WHEAT KK3IMMII- E. : Saturday late yesterday afternoons Town of to DcL Tai 45.
Electric Bond & Share Cities Comwlth ft South 158 3la 3 3'\'. OU _______ 34 25%' 24'. 25'. July _u__ 2191.* 2 23%" 219%. 2 2314 : O. Barber et ux.laf. Shims to Ernest pool for a county-wide sen- Un.E. Lo..O U
Cons Edison _h____ 17 26 S 211.26; ___ Sept. ..._. 319 I ior life saving teaching course. WheMtn R d8td.
Service C -. S. Merritt. United Otis Elevator 8 2a% 285. 28"- ,2.18b % 916 319 Clrare 8 Fuller to Bush W. Tomb.wd. I .1. .
'
Con Vultea 18 There be celebration in
12% 12% 12 I no
Shoe. Southland Royalty and Cont Bak ___hh u'-___ 11 14V 14%. 14% Pac -r-Gas & Ele. __ 8 39% 39 3934 May Dee-----::::-_ :U 2.16 218%% 2.13 J.18 2.163)218: % Prod.D. r.Credit Lawson Assn.et 1 nx% and to Central p oitge.Ild. Sanford wl the' Fourth but it is Te instruction is open t a-I S. K. hc., 8n. .ld. AID. John

United Light. Turnover here was Coot Can ______ 40 40' 39'a 39'. Pac Tin ConsPackard ___ 10 4". 4\. 4.. CORNwJuly I D F Lawson et ox to Florida i years o older, who Hiram 8. Arnold Pa. StatS 3..*.
that the
numberof
__ expected .
Coot 10 7% 7 Cntra greater
Motors 74 I mt*
..._ withI
Motor 110 % 204 Credit
shares 5 S 55. .200'i 199% 202. Assn mtg. pleted life saving courses
260.000 versus 170,000 Mon- Coot Oil Del ,___ 19 43*, 41% 42V* __ Pro the citizens, will the W. Both CItizens Nat. Or.
attend
Pan Am Airways 3. 11"0 10'. 11% Sept. 1.8n.: 1841* 1.81" 1831 l Lamer et ux to Jesse Locke Jon B
0 Ran
Exchange ____ *. I .A 1 in the last three When the I .
Corn .20 57/4 575' 51 cbt
%
P & Dee. I et . year.
Panhandle R ? 52 7%0 7 1%0 a.8311. 164!% 1623. 183. II barbecue being held at the Oviedo rt.
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day.The Corn Products 17 64 63 V4 64 Parana Pictures 48 2111. 26 28b May 1604 161 189% | Locke nx to Roan A. La Bier. course is graduates will Union SP Maeb. Co. .E Bed
-- U91a
______ n m.P" I I completed
Crane Co 34
14 ; 334 344 Patino Mines ___ 28 12'% 12 12%. OATS swimming pool by the Oviedo I and Pum C. Ia.
ancient Aztec Indians of Crucible- Steel ____ 3 26>4 2J'a 26'. ___n .. Thomas be safety tehI E Haua, dmd.
Penney UCPennCent ) 11 411 44%. 411 July .98\. 1.00 .9814 .99 1. C Shup Jr. to First National. American Legion..
Mexico lighted new fires in their Curtis Publlahc ._-_ 25 9V, 9 9'. Alrl _. a& 1n.. 6JlI.. Sept. .87% 88V 87 88 Vi II Bank. cm. niques anywhere.The Trust. 1st II. Fund to R. B. Maanar.Anthony ..
hearths when the new began. Curtiss-Wrlsht __'-_ 19 4H 4>fc 4% Penn Pw & Lt __ II 20" 20V. 20V.18'a ). Dee. :.84% :.85% :.84 :85 V4 Roy Martin et al to Pa. Cr.dl and Investment course opened Monday at I P. M'rc..U. EVtmte D. Ma?
year Cutler Hammer 5 25123 25lit \. I P. Edw. Jebasaa. )
Penn RR .-______ 64 19". 19%. March -__ -__ 83 Co.. ch m. Club To Install Hor..
Pepsi-Cola _h_____ 90 32.. 32 32!. May --- .80 H .82% .801- .81 Leon C Godwin et ux to Barry H. Rotary 7:30: pjn.. and will be held five 1 I M F. Bender 8 F.: C"
Pfizer Chat & Co 11 4140 V4 41 BARLEY- (t ux. wdIra .oUn nights each week for two I J Ellz K : W 8 r.B Hot-
Phelps Dodge _____ 111 404, 40'. 40 Vi Dee. ____. 1.36!. K: Keene to Claude Smith et 1X, no New Officers Tonight instructors 1'eek. Kennedy.. W. Wood. .
Orange County
---- comb* Jo Mathewa. deed.
PhUa ItecPhilco hn____ III 23', 23*, 23*. tice of lien E
I Corp ______ 1 21".. 26". 27"4 DUN'AND BRAOSTRECT A. Q. Man e nx to Cen. Fla Prod. [Spe-,ol to Orlando Morning Sentinel"! Art Hell in charge wJ be on duty -
Philip Morris __n 23 29%. 284 29 V.SBVi NEW YORK (UP) Dun and Bradstreefs Credit Aln lien.. Tribble. pres during the first entire
Phillips Pet ____ 111 511%. 59V.10H daily weighted price index of 30 basic com Bradshaw et nx to Ac.ptnC DEames Te
Pressed Stl Car 11 11 11 modities. complied for United. Press C1I3 Corp. .of Fa! md. ident-elet Rotary Cub; school will be turned during Forecastof
Procter & G.m __ 5 112 61 62 32 average equals 100): T Xdward: X. Huth et ux to Alice P. Gade- be Installed tonight with the second week to Harry Kenning -:
Pub Sec NJ _____ 8 24'. 24 24 Ye terday ______ berg. wd.
Pullman _________ 3 S1%, 5734 a'1\3 Monday ,.---d---o', ,_ 2S8.2S 2S0.2'1'| In re: adoption of unnamed minor fe- er new officers of the organization American Red Cross- field

tii4 (OW: f ARES Pure oil ___-__ 50 265. lIla 2& I I Week ago -=---- -.____ 25973> i tlon male child. Interlocutory order of adop- at a special meeting at Frier- representative. I

-RRadio ..___.. I I Month ago _.---___- 28571 Catherine Dinwoodle. to Cecil Whaler.cd. son's Playhouse on New York Ave.. Business ProspectsA
Corp 40 8'. 8 8% Year ago _.._____--_______ 217.is 1.
__ Radio K Orph __ 2S 123. 11% 12". 1947 high (March, 18) ___ 269.25 II Gerald Fersn. retiring president 94 Children Enjoy
Reming Rand ____ 18 33". 32'. 3J*. 1947 low (Jan. 23) __-__-_ 23280 Alice C. Juleff to Nancy T. Whaley. wd. buateecs

Planning a business or vacation trip? You'll Repub Repub Steel Avis =:==:::::14: 253.4'. 24 4%% 25 4%% FOREIGN--EXCHANGE 0.Gene .J. Buckets to June R Gunn, I a Te for the meeting i set for Swimming Excursion pnet.tg the o a.. yean

Revere Cop & ... In re: Adoption of Hubert Augustus prepared bar the Statistics. Research
enjoy going by comfortable easy riding Br 11 111 18% 19 NEW: YORK AP) Cioalnc foreign exchange : Chapman final decree. 6: p.mSanford. ]
(Spe' ni! to Sentinel of of the naQen 8
Resall Department one
S 7% 7%
I Gr.yhound coach. Frequent schedules: Big ldrT'b. : iiii: 41% 40% 41V.Safeway lars. others rate In foDow cents(Great: Canadian Britain dollar)5n dol-in i'i i .labilities In re: Raymond of age.y.te. decree: removing DE Ora Mr1n recrea I largest Iu.ta'' eaa for

extra savings on_round trips. -Stores ___ 24 24% 23". 24,), New York or 9150 open'market U. 8. 6 V.* per cent discount I Fern A. Reed to Joseph Mlllison. etc. House Brings program for local youngsterswent guidance claiming o kC ter exa.
<<:
cents unchanged. et si. final decree I
Boston, Moss $18.00 S San Francisco, Col $42.20 8t L Ban Fran ___ 85Bchenley '7"6". '7%) Europe: Oreal Britain 84.02%. unchanged: R' Bradford et ux Herbert into full swing yesterday as ,
$20,000 in Sale
S 0 New York. N. Y. 15.00. Los Angeles Cal 41.15 Scab: Al RR Distil__._.142 14 16 31V4 30 16 '3 31'%. France (Prane) .841. of a cent down.oos. lnon.1 wd. t .Rob 94 children reported to the Chamber I Reprints of without this infor.Ue artidoavailable
%
.18'% .
AshevilU. N. Co1.20 I Little Rock, Ark. 13.5S Sears Roebuck ___ 578ervc4 381 38'1. 38b Switzerland; Sweden(Franc(Krona) coal) 2785.23.40.unchanged.unchanged. -| In Bast reI: ,Petition order. of Margaret KTaline Carroll [Special t Orlando Morning Sentinel] of Commerce for the swimming t, ceipt of request. Write :cr re

? 'S Rochester N.Y. 18.45. Dallas, TeL 16.70 Shell Union Ine _Oil_____. 15.430 4 12 V4 301 121%.. 301-12\%.. Latin-America: Argentina free 24.45 Due to City of Klsslamee. partial release SAO{ The large two- excursion to DLn Sprs. Tom ;

S ClcveUnd Ohio 16.70 Oklahoma City,Oklo 1905 1 Simmons Co ..-- 10 33V41ST.* 32%. 33\, changed down: .01 Mexico of a cent 20.;62.Brazil IIncha free.ed.S.SO, un Cltlsena of paving State lien. to Harry on East 1st St.. Zoretic, '

f, Denver, Colo. 2820 Lake Charles; La. 14.70 7 Sinclair Oil ___"___ 76SoconyVacuura u%o 15% bell et Ul(. sat ,Bal. M Camp known a the John Russell Home This service i offered each I ALLEN CO.INVESTMENTS
: ,117 161* lr: 165* City of Kissimmee. cancellations and owned by Mrs. Olive A. Mar Tuesday and Zoretic &
/& 1101 1",11. (ecS.6.iM.,'u. SouAntO&P14_ 41. 4% I Twin. Coach _ UVi ____ UV4 City of Kissimmee t Jack D. .Ledbetteret Tuday. vehicles :
Southern Pacific 36 42 40". 42 was Tuesday urged all
purchased by
i Thermoid ______ 111. 11 111.i ux. Qcd. shal I
2T GREYHOUND BUS STATION Sperry Southern Corpi Ry : -... IS 14Spiestl 34 20%V4 1:i: 34 205: -U- Curtis J. .Bock et nx to Acc.ptaD. Corp.of I C. Howard for $20.000 according available to come to the Camber .

I .. Wu.L Inc ,_____ 32 13%. 12b 13 I i,i j I Union Union Carbide Bag A P_____ 31 23 108 22"31 105,. 108 32!. Ray Flamd.Barlow. ux to E L. Phillips wd. I i to revenue stamps attached of Commerce in order I' E: Ls Kendrlck

ST. PHONE Z-J1M Stand Brands __ 14 28% 28. 28'. i I Union Oil Cal u_... 24 21% 21%. 31Ta Kathleen Bubnl t Jenkins \L M. Stevens to filed with, The city has Manager
Std O ft E *4 Pi".. 43 251 24'S. 235, doument. tanpraton
!: et sale
Union .._ ux.
Pacific
S 134 132 V4 134 Howard maximum
his home only a 511 TeL 2.2772
Metcalf
t Stand Oil Cal -h 55 61% eo 6n. I I i United Air Lines __ 34 22", 21 22% i' L. M. Stevens ft nx to Raymond R. Sessions Bldjr.
Stand 011 Ind _____ 88 41141 41'. and large tract of
___... ,I United Aircraft ___ 24 18'. 18"% 18'. e 11(. wd land borderingon capacity of 60 paener.
Stand OU
NJ 64 77 Vs 111". 77%. I
Un Cig-Wh Strs ... 6 4%. 4% 4% Silver Lake to B. B. Crumley
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'GREYHOUNDiuiinuliilij at.Stand Reels OU Paper Ohio" Co 13? 961 91** 2t: : 265.9%. !United i United Fruit Corp _._._.:.._ 26 93 521 3Vs* 52 3%% !5214 3li : W. H. Mero Receives who is making improvements before -

Std SU Sort __ 9 13 a, 13 1
u 1JY. United Gas Imp .._ 7 22 214 22 moving there. Howard
Sterling Stokely-Van Drut Camp-----. 7 3 40 16N12H V4 t % 40 Id'4 !i United M ft M n__ 48 16** 1614 16% Rating as Midshipman to Daytona.Beach but move
iD I 8 Gypsum ___ 7 104 102 104 rI
Stone ft Webster 8 12b 121.. U 8 Indu Chem h _. 1 47* 47V4 471 iipfcw! to Orlando Morning Sentinel] turned t Sanford. 24 Hour Gas
: ; :|">l,''I" "'! Studebaker Corp _.. 74 1I H 11 11.. U 8 Rubber; __ _ 22 48 46 47%* I H. Mero. I I

Sunray OU --==-- 80 _10 V* 1:%. 105. I U a Steel ____-___n_ 83 88\ '. 661 68%. SARW. "Bob" Torreya State Service SystemsInstalled : .
f Sunshine Mai 4 73 9 V4 9%. I I -V- rtured in Park was opened
Swift "ftT'" Co _______ 13. 33 Mi 32% 335. !: Vie Chem Wka __ T 46V 46 46V the Navy two atve. has received for public u in 1940 but is still Since

\ Winter Park Telephone I Texas-Co- ________ 34Texas U 84V. 65 .I,I -wWalker (-H) O. ft W 14 20 U" 20Wal..orth I his week a midshipmanand I I not fully developed. 1932 Anywhere

Gulf Sulpb 1 52 52 52 Co ____ 17 10 9% 10 I is now stationed at Pensacola r '
CREEK'S JEt
T.ZPSCC&O14 34 33" 33'" Warner Bros Pict 16 U'% U\. U'o |

\ Company \J Tex TIde Pae Wat L A Trust Oil_.____ 73 82Transamerica 211 20'%. 2S 20t4 201.28\. I West Weat Ua Ind Tel Bug A.-_ 11 11 20'23"". .22"20%'. Z31.aI 20' '.for Although training.he entered_ the Navy Homes For Sale A5 SERVfCE

__ 5 12 11". 12 Wetting Air Br 21 34% 33\io 34' I two years ago he attended Stet
Trans
ft Wes Air I
8 111 IS'18! I. ... '
westing Xlec: IS 25'. 2n. 28'.aI !
Trt-Cont Corp ___ 34 6" --- son University at the past session New
6'4 6" 2 bedroom
offering Wheeling Steel'White.Motor 36% :lss' 3S concrete
\ TeenS C-Fox __ _19 29. 29' 29'-a! I'I ._= : 22': 22". 32': and prior to that was a studentat block BRINGS NATURAL GAS

Willys-Overland ___ 11 S'.. S's a1. screen porch.
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the of South Caroj
4% CLASS "B" CUMULATIVE PREFERRED STOCK i Wilson A Co _._n_ 9 13'. 13". 13'' University -
Woolworth. IFW) ___ 20 4t 48!. 49 j lina. He is now training as a naval Corner Harvard West TO YOUR HOME OR BUSINESSFor
I Value'$100.00] AGRICULTURALENcINE Worthing P Jt M _t 14Yonngst $5'. IJ 587 \ aviation officer.DeLand moreland B
-y- on Bus line, 1
II Eh T 13 64*. 63 64% block from
i PRICE 100.00 -z- i Stores Reveal shopping center.
-- s Zonit. Product ____ S $1_ I I COOKING
i : Prospectus Available Approximate final total' today 180.000. FASTER
PRICE
- ;" i July 4 Closing Plans $7.850 I
- -"'-- SILENT SERVEL REFRIGERATION
Inquire {Speool to Orlando Morning Sentinel]
REPAIR SERVICEFactory 1000 0 WATER
AfltgureofWATCH i DELAND Stores here will be Loan 152.00 ECONOMICAL HEATING

I} Winter Park Telephone I i Trained Mechanics I closed. but for the July-4 on holiday Saturday.Friiday. monty paymentsCall e CLEAN HOME HEATINGNatural

Genuine Continental Parts i i0rd.Oo Idn w rep lor Inspection
I I The and County

1 F-- Company.. I i I rmai Courthouse closed offices throughout however, will the GABLECONSTRUCTION Gas and Appliance Co.


1 128 East New England Avenue I CQfl'tfXa: eken local government off-

| :1 Winter Park, Florida I! cls rpored esterday.I. I GO. ORLANDO SANFORD

I phone No. 503 G\V \\VTON 1 More peas are, canned and more PH. 83S3 OR 4072 1249 N. Orange Ave Fla. State Bank Bid?. -

"' .. "L I.I hemp raised in Wisconsin I. Phone 4678 Phone 1252 1

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ANPfSBLLETHOLEPETECKPcmY-, WED. JULY PAGE 13
FRDM TiUr Ribk. satS JKT IN TIME.... ... SUITS IN CHANCERY _2,_1947- ----- ----
WE WHERE ARE DELTA AN9 HER PoPt J Ones 8 Burkett n Millard Burkett l
z. i E.7 APPEfli TO TO COME BACK.IOH diTorre It. Beauty Parlors

f LET CP EL J M Buntin. Esther C Wooly tcl mte
l Alicia Roberta McCauley removal of dJabllitles AMERICA> BEAUTY fiA1.O44''" .
S fir of non-it, Wont-Ad Rata w Ckrarefc opposite Rlalto Theater .
I vi Charlie Reed et uz: TI Date Malvin et nz: Boante. formerly with fiscaeW <
bin to remove cloud. Eaara Welcome her patrons a afrwaic
COUNTY Daily 2S. "r SM . M31.
JUDGE'S COURT ror aDPOb1tJ ftC .
11 / I ..rO Miry Randolph Robinson petition for (Minimum char** 75*>
W 1 authority to mortcace. estate et B 1C kunday M* wr BM AJoUaIUoL\lI-20 E. .... uMre4 asks
Robinson .1 Ftoaa. Prances Rhoades.Cstwett. .
( Marie Guitln petition for letters testamentary Minimum shame toe Daora PaitH s and DetIfr
n/ estate of Fred Gustin. a.m.MADI1 b' erfleMat
3 Comeentrte Dare lie BM a day .
INSTRUMENTS FILED years of .sporto. ...... 64tl.
1 ConsccvUT Days 160 Ua day
i si Plymouth Citrus Growers. Awn to Allen (Count ( Awuqo Word 1 Ups>
Pranks qcd (10 National Out .. Statal Oatoa
Early; Jones et nx: to Coy Wilson ltd $10. Sinus !insertion JOe per Utf AXNOUJJCIMINTMr .
M Early Jones et nx: to Allen Prank fed S10 3 Consecutive Days 250 line a day
1 Rational Agricultural Credit Corp to t ConsecntlT: Dayc ZOo Une a day Btnrttac of the Glazer Bum
L Steven E Lenart pan reL (3) t .Xflnlmnm 3 UneS Don't let your attic eakse. 863 N Oraaaa Ave. has
Regions Asrleultural Credit Corp to I I added to her staff of overatw Basel
Theodore W Correll part rel AH Wanv-Ads start to the Orlandr la
r C ..... J P Holly et ox: to Mrs Alberta Duhart Morn-nE BenUntl and an printed look like a Hog Pen. New-York City formerly Mrs Bimmona in bvsttesa ape ialItct >
The
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Richard VanCamp et ui: to Cecil J Joineret Orlando Star on the same date. win
Clean it uo bv selling your be clad to aasstt ro* In rear
ox: wd S10 Tho Want-Ad Department la op.- beaaty prowteais Phone 7782.
GATE! -i Jallus C Harper et ,... dally.
GATE ux to Howard C from S30 am. to 5 .
:1p. M04Tc,You FOOLSI TIWT 56NT2Y K Amos et us wd (10 Sunday from 9 to 12 .... unwanted articles through
AIDOU5IN6 Nib F6LLOWC. RUc1t T3LtT 6ATE Cecil J Joiner et az ts Richard Vaa- .
Sunday Paper eatur.dal
i Deadline for CHARLOTTZ-KAY aALOlfMaCrory
ANDOIEFPOwE Camp et ox mtc 13300. BEAUTY
e THEM6EF0 ETay EYOAN ;c v Walter K: Horater to Paul William et noon. A SENTINEL-STAR BMff. a atairs. wtth
... ONIZE TNEIE DEFEN ttz: can ret mtt Advertisers requested<< to notify Miss RMa Monek Manacer. All work
'ktsa John Edwards et nz: to A L Franklin as Immediately of any errors In Want-Ad rared for by experienced operators.Ffcooe .
__ et us ace 17:>00. their ads as the seatinel-fltar will 4014atrs .
sty l. E Lawrence Phillips to John Edwards bo responsible for only one ineorrect .
r J 1' wd (10 BEAUTY SHOP! -Heat ware
:: -, Arthur W Ann tone to Inaertiof.You Dial 4161 ts and up: cold wave oar spodaltr t
Alexander
h Muszynski -
Can at 204 South Main Street or
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6RAY'S $
Alexander C ""11""" * Arthur W by' Telephone
/ : Analon. .4 a10. i UTOPIA
z BEAUTY 8ALOJJ--
C 1 1 .r/a. t1 M 8 Vercowe et u: to Alexander Uuatyniki Dial 4161 $W E. Washington Ph. 8'711. On
i part rel mtc do. II. Special Notices! week oatr II 34) oil wart $5.
) }- Muriel L Andrews to Chance Dupuia _
.t ox wd 110. RAYS BEAUTY f'ARLOft.-AD type
State Bank of Apopka to Archie 10. Baby' Sitters-Child Care SPENCER SUPPORTS Individuallydeciened. permanent waves Pre-heat cad
,. r Olothan et a. sm RUe-I Mra Warren 1202 E. cold wave. a specia:tr. Dial 4232
Archie R McQlothan et nz to BABY STTTtR Day or evening. Washington Phone 2-3508 or 2308:1.8PIRITUAL : 3$ East Pine One plea oall._
Sav end Loan Asa mtc (700 I For Information telephone 49t1& READINGS-Daily from
I PERMANENTS machlao-
Machine
Ploy Holt Adams or
to Ausla
Holt et uz: to II It.A.. M
12 a.m.
wd (10 BABY AND CHILD eare By day. pm. leas 18 op phone 0M4 Jewel
William A Humphries et uz to Riley week or hour. In my home Excellent Oreaver. D.D. 612 W. Central Charm Calen sot W. Amelia.

.' '\,..." Cass et nz: wd (10 cart provided. 103 X. Harvard SWEDISH ASSAOJ.-.r arthritis
\- Riley Case et uz to William A Humph 3-3298 neuritis: slenderinnc. Miss Gilbert 15. Schools and Instruction

oil E HATE TO LET z r JFT Caw T4lSTG6TTMT ries mtc $39 .3o. CHILD CARE-2 years a. By day 1206 W. Yale Ave. 22918.
HIM KNOW IIYt MISTER COP-'rOUteE' LOOKIN LAT 5 Steve Duchak et nz: to Charles D Arnold Ladies onlY. ACCOUNTING Zncineeria Hat*
THAT w.L A Tefereice
IVARDANDA5X Fi>Z- w..k. Oood home best _
e WORSE --YOU D BETTER GET ct uz qcd (io. or School International Con PID-
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AWFUL
AlL REALTORS and brohn.-
THArsKK--I 20028. TO
Phone
A IIVH PEECOP
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THAT Charles R Hostler dence Schools Veteran approved 1.
SICK.OFFCER! WI4OOPEE CUP BEFORE IT'STDO et uz to Judson A My property located at 1321 W.
1OUfl BETTEt FEL FOR LIKE A HEEL LATE F Bicelow et ox: wd (10Jadxon CHILDREN BOARDED Also cared 19th St U now off the market. Mra.E O Bowe PO Box 3T74 Ph 9812BIOH .
E4 ING A Bicelow et uz to Charles B lor by houh. day or week. Supervised :. J. Thompson.
ASK I
TH SCHOOL Cosaatet kiOi
PILOT _
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A 15Y/ MAYBE Beefier et ux mts 4000. play at all times Well balanced
)t7U'RE 1 WATCH REPAIRS::' -Prompt service school at home la spare tine wtth
'rtL Joseph R Myers to Dawn Williams Spice I dIet. T76 S. Pennsylvania Au. win .
WHOOPEE RIG4rr An work cuaranteed. C. W. American School Tall fumiahed.No
e 4 r 4r wd $10.Emery. ter Park 27(.
classes Diploma Free booklet
Roederer 404
W. Chnrch
< CUP/, I 1 I E Stowers to Joseph R Myers sm. INFANT;; AND BABY CARE:-By the Write American School Dept>> O CPO -.
... G7 ti :1 d } Ward-Barmim-Schulta Inc to Barlow week Excellent diet Mice home. W. P. Kelly. Registered Surveyor Bo MO Tampa.
1.'rte
.4 O Fredrick et uz wd (10. S. Phone 2-3938. S Church and Main Arcade Phone
Jahn A Krob et uz to State of Fla wd 634. REAL ESTATE: LAW aDd practice.
11200.I Preparation for Broker and Sates
Notices
oi 7 TX'CavTcvLs.4N'iYEGGE O Y I Oeorse A Lore Jr to Edward E GUUard 1L. Special! 1%. Lost and Found man. Home study course now .1'&>>-
it et nz wd (10PeavyWUson. able Major Crank. 13. B Pine wM .
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WW 1 ,._ i 'fr t, Lumber Co to Lincoln Tie- ALLEN PUNCH AND JUDY Show BRIEP CASE LOST containing valuable -
-! BETWEEN Se'1 1 tor Hart bargain and sale deed (10 for children parties Dial 2-0102) : papers Reward Write Box 16. Travel Information
J AtfCMSS TN PLAN w V Betty KenrUson to Americo Q A Rossi AMANDA BRADFORD-Psychic Mad- 8 8 s-3tar
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' 70 BEFORE 771' b et ux wd $10.Thomas the: circle 2:30 Tuea 581 West
CRASH ) HAVANA and Nsuao tr boat or
J.IT I DOG LOST-Coaer Spaniel, buff
t O Lee et to Ora P Schanbmti
L I uz Colombia Aye: phone 2-2331. Service.
P/LOT COW GET loooo.. red. male faint white spot on fore plane Call Or:ando Travel
s /T4/ER CONTROL/, 011&! Johnston to' Anna O Batchelder ADVICE PsTchlo readings daily. head. Answer to name Baft Reward. 118 E. Central: dial 9804UACON .
et vlr .m. circle Toes. B p.m. Thurs 2:30 Call 5092._ OA.--Leavinc Thursday Pm.
C E Kroh et uz: to Clarence Golden et Ban. I p.m. 44HW. Church Rm. DOG LOST-3 month old lemon Can take 3 or 4 passencers Pb.
1'iii i ux wd (1 12. Rev Cherry office phone 708S white female pointer. Vicinity of 2-3830 Oien! lacram _
Mary E Dee Rosier et .ir to Maro B BROKERS ATTENTION property Lockhart Thnrsday a m Ph. 9240 OHIO Toms couple wads ride.
Tomasson et ux qcd (10 located 1600 Nebraska Ave. is BANK BAG LOST and deposit bank. Vicinity of Akron This week
Mary K: Des Rosier et Ttr to Harold J off the market. Has been listed exclu'lvely Fhroe collect. Oeorc Bacon. Eutis.:
Also small brown envelope containing -
Ili III II 1 Bo1'THATS "J1fh INSTEAD 0=A WIFE Moore et nx ocd (10 with Wm. Mathews with money Belongs to Central Truck 130
ICI MEANS SKiTS APE TO J M Bantln to Fir Hat Bank W OarI J. Daniel Kol.r. Broker,
THE BEST NEWS j WEARING A OE55( > BE THREE INCHES LONGER den artien mtc (232113 Lines Please return. Reward. 1402
THAT'S I BARBER SERVICE-S chairs ready to W. Church 3t 17. Hanllny and Moving
T SAYS HERE Fir hat Bank W Garden to J M Buntia
FOR HUSBANDS rINI ONE SEASON> NCR WHAT AND THAT WIVES WILL serve you with fait efficient service
NCMEN) ARE TNATS30ING x SHE'LL assign mtc 232113. All Union shop We close at JO.. KEY RINO LOST-Containing largo
TWENTY UcM
WEAR NEED ENTIRE ACME DELIVERY SERVICE-
j NEW James A Gerald at uz to Jean Ittner box of keys and miniature automobile
East Side Barber Shop. 60 E. Church
'T0 WEAQ moving and haulinc Prompt>> aarv-
IT
RIGHT TWO ORTHSEEYEABS" WAfCXOBESM"MP McDonald wd (10 - license plate 7D1800 VicinityLake
:HEIR DRESSES .,, YEARSVSs MEANS Cushman 8 Radebatuh to J M Buctinassiin I C. R: STEVENS. Broker I hare Ivanhoe bridge. Phone S589 tee and reasonable rates Ph. 9240AXRO .
=? mtc (246892. moved my Real Estate and Insurance MAYFLOWER TRANSIT CO.
LONGER's WILL THE PERSON finding a large
John Eoward Motschman et uz: to Pren- busmen from 04 N. Court 8t.t white sipper purse lost at Lake -Lonedistance movtn Call J...-
tin -H Clarion et al mtc (45OO I 307 W. Par Ate Phone 2-35S4 Conway Tuesday June 24: (ken and er Van and Storat service for free
Prentiss H Clayton et al to John Edward HOLDEN HEIGHTS Joes BarberShop papers only valuable to owner; com estimates, also local: movinc storaie.packinc .
r L MoUchman et nz wd (10Klssam West Kaley and Westmore- pact baa sentimental .value Sendto crating and al lpinc.) 190
Builders Supply Co ret lien. land or 2Ut Street owner in care of Officer Club. 8 DivirtOP: ph '7M8.ALl.UD .
,
'/ I STABBED Armocd Pcpe et uz: to Aaron B Reppard I WILL NOT be responsible lor debts Orlando Air base Reward and no : VAN LUTES DC.-I'f.tIen'' ,
ft oz mtc (1500: made by anyone but me.Ruby L. ooeMieiu msked largest movers of homsehaM coods.
C AGAIN! George K Usurer et nz to Hulda Spencerwd
,r r Davis WALLET LOST ConLa1AiDe all..r CaU Fidelity Storms Warehouse
(l' and lima. Brown m.n'a. Reward. Co. for free estimates ea our lone
J W MosteUer e< ux to R X. Barkhalter LAWN MOWERS ground and servIced -
.1 1 Satisfaction PI 5778.WALLET. distance movtnc M-61 W. Jaeksoaet
1 guaranteed _
.t nz spy wd (10 Paon 23U4DEEMS .
I eai 1 Will Armstead to Lueile H Lou qcd (1 Speedyunwire.. S38 Floral Dr. 2- LOST Saturaay night containing -.
1 Will Armstead et ux: to Lode H LoU 0110 valuable papers Reward. DELIVERY Service, phone
1 ; 1 Vie. $cd (1 I PARKING SPACIC& aiways at from Contact 219 E. Copeland Dr.. or 76T3. light movinc and h......
I 1 sH4n Ladle H Lott et tit to Will Armstead I i iacd door of Wilson Leonard new jo- phone4355. every load insured; teasonaU .tea.
7H Floral Dr.Continued.
1 (1 ration Save time. Complete line of KA FRATERNITY PIN LOST in
J. '" 8 t; A J Wall to Myrtle Han sm I Hardware goods 316 S. Orange Bie$- dresslnc room. Dicksoa-Ives Mon.
: Henry W* Land et ux to Land Bank win TraiL Ph. 22187.ITITS. Reward. Phone 2-3813 [ On Next Pare]
Commtutoner amort mtc (2200 _
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CABLEGRAM BET 950.+E'S AMtP4KID. YOVJVE BEEN TRIMMING' ME J.R THE ALL oiGwr/ AGGIE/ LETS HAVE t; NEW SWIP.I DONT / LET AICWA Sl FAD OF MEI : ON VttJ DOING TOE CHRIS,
noM BEEN ROMANCl1tG "
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AND TAKEN TO ON BETS AU. 'EAR-HERE'SWHERE MO STi ,
SAWYEP. CHgt. HtiS WITH SOME 1115CI0U5 THE HEART OF DARKEST I GET MY MONEY BACK. MERRIER. IT- WHAT WORRYING MY ::11 WANTTDCHPJSTENfWWCERf 1 I BESIDES I flt! 5HE IN
FLYING HOME BUT DAMSEL, AFRICA.ISN'T MAKE IT TWO HUNDRED.ROMANCING LITTLE GIRL ? r! NFR-i MEAN REALLY WANTS H JA1bITOle.
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=Nt4'AN, DEMAND, BUYING AM FIANCE. IH APPLIED N ANO TALK BUT UNCLE TIL HAS MftNAOS OF JYVO LATE S wt3.t? I PROUD THAT HE'S GONE UP GO RQ-: I

TOO : TH4"JOJ toJr 5aLD.Ct VEy HM.N CMOS. PAN BCETTiNBAtCAP.100.TOWMACA.N.. W DOME MKHTY WELLTO ore.CLERK MHO WORKS oars A WEe AND IFEET.13 HE DCeSMT MMO HARDrT'S' \

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,- I :pOE14 WED.. JULY ,. 1947 PAINS AVALFe .U JAT-l fU and tr.De. 8100. CLAUDE' ROBERT FUEL OIL A' tank safer.Phone ian AVS-. 612* WTwi* bed: COLLEGE lARK 5-roorft frsmabungalow. CAST 8TDECloa la. Two 5-teciB .
I Garage Florida C By QUILLEN ) t 1 room. Laundry and break- Ti. bath. oak floors.ttached furnished home within wa&ixtg
O mat.. phone 2.3'86.RIETON Sto. 41 B C.lbr.' 8021. your tan filled .ere e nicely I.ndaapd distant of Lake Zola. 87900 esc _
t ,[Cent. From Preceding- Pate] A larger tank insure heat : rr.r. H-774. with liberal term P. A. .. -

t SERVICE*- Com CAMP STOVES Just received a morning Mer.1 Fuel 0 Service. GORE AVE. 1 aV-Attraetlv rm 16.. Realtor. 37 E. Central. 6137.CONWAT Realtor 37 W. Washington.
household rpln I large shipment. Bumby Hardware. Convenient location.
DaUc and Moving G work charge r&lbl.. P. 102 W. Church. 37. Fertilizers and Soils I Kitchen privilege Ph.samma 9'0. r.t SECTION-S-room home on CAST SIDE-Convenient to Ceavnial-

1. \D Refrigeration 8mc.P large lot with income from cottage .. .shops an especially soaaun-
:rULFORD VAN BTORAGX c RUGS UPHOLSTER CANVAS UTILITY BAGS. button '" j ORANGE AV1. 420 S.-Home com In rear. with term Ross tial Block house with lovely ktUften
I t caV handle loada or pan l. workmanship CE.bp Regular pric$ .'. now 9Sc. COLD: SMOKE-Keep your garden, m quiet and cleanliness Kprevail. ay 195 Broker. 375 N. Orange 2 bedrooms large sleeping porch dining
lawn free and healthy
e and pest
rhieaso. Cleveland G mothproofing service. : m an's Office. 27 W. Church. Borne privileges. Reasonable : 1823.c1B room. living room and lot frentIng -
i Ph safe SOB Brookhaven
way. I
easy
: July '">. aD 5286 for freerJrTmateTMS !2-2990. Kleenis Co. of Orlando. T. r.t.s. on two streets A really excellent

I N. SEPTIC INSTALLED and CT JWEYRdut. 634.IITch ORANGE AVE. 473 beauU- PARK-2-bedroom. living value at 11.500 tastefully tarnished
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; Local moving; cleaned.TANK .. Ch tOD Street. Ln Ofi. black top soil, fin and i fully furnished. 4 S.L. room Can O'Harra-Moore. Realtor
Stt 7ea WidowL privates rm dta b.t. ktD -
I" erattnc. Also in business. Call Cl7. full loads. Write bath In lovely home 2-0836. 109 E Pine.
I pa. CASH pc eaau. .
.trar. Delcher'g 7571 'for Alt.ratt REGISTERS Florida Cash H. Bray. P.O. 102. Lockhart.Fla. Breakfast privilege in room. floor and
Dt.e .me. Register. Ohn.r lur. : Dee ELIZABETH ST.-2 blocks to Princeton
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I "ma. 6 MOd m SwJoftta. C TANKS CNE enl ice. supplies. 220 ; 88SO.& Pon. 3JR-1 PINE ST., 316 E.-Close la. Double or trD.d. very lY.bl b school 3-bedroom frame
DISTANCS MOVING All thing pumped POULTRY 815 ton. 81 I single 4 window and Halo. O.Fredrick. "
; DEWALT POWER SAWS Also Park NAN- per room. A. home. Fenced ia landscaped nrd.Larae
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Packing crating local moB Permanent resident; bonded per sack Fairvilla n. 118 N. Orange; rooms. 2 screened porches
deUnre. Bre.kfat 211.ST. ;
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I 296. Saddath Moving a B\u.. c insured. Route 19. Box 231 2O678.TRACTOR m pl.ner.. lth.M.l. D.saw Pease* drills.telephone bean F.r pho HOTat and Rosa I NI.* great 'to live t Orlando. I II ventilating fan. Bargain at S785O.
Phone A
15'W.. Colub. WORK-Flowing, discing Mount 373.DR. PEAT Daetwyler shredded peat 18 Dnd Single 86 i See this. Call Ben F Field with H.
VAN N. Y.eart. moving, landscaping. : d abln. 9253. CLOSE IN-Splendid 3-bedroom bun- j F. Boland. Realtor 672 N. Orange.
dtr Lrl 01 windows special cabinet much better. Phone County 1905- 1P C.l
Return e jobs. 9106 or galow. very Ilc.l7 and fully lar- Carrlgan Bldg. 2-4531
pott3 t r'aec Ph order Get at -1. Daetwyler Nurseries. YMCA-Attractive seems for young nished. .. I ITerms.
, rtu UDt 24 W.. TREES DJMOE. trimmed taken Mill* and Nebnaika.itia. . &en I, men. Single or double. 16 and up.WALL . Or Lnds.p. .1.| EAST SIDE-2-bedroom funrigfeed

Torl. '.lL dow. tanc. J. B. Hab b Large 28.50; two ((1 Plants Flowers and Seeds I C.l 8000. C.fnao R.lton. 438. home on large lot with fruit trees

t n 52514 S. Smm.rlD 97. 4-6 bed coil .lut. innenprincmattresses 38 ., BT. 155 Exceptionally I and great oak hade Paved road
i-: Services Offered 1 t COLLEGE PARK Excellent loca
close to bus. 86,950 Mr.
and Smith
TREES PALMS TRIMMED aDd private -
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9-ptece walnut
r AZALEAS cut flowers artistic table lar. rom 1t0' bed-1
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John dining : I Uon Onead. I with Henry Burcb Broker; 12 8.Main .
I I 'ADVICE Supply moye. Bnde NewD. room .ae. tbl.btet Ma when I'm doln'well Drat these der.tln.We wire anywhere. Jo- r.t. rooms and den). cmplet.17 furnl.he { : 21080EDGEWATER.
cook '
.j i T BUEnd at Jln Strt. Pin.phn. 2-147. ehDa 6 says pressure An'a PlorlL (Formerly Kittinger's). WOODRUFF STREET 7CO. Near includes . and I
10t.tM S :OI M TRACTOR or new dinette suite (38.50; love seat. I won't talk business I 64 E. : 4643. Agnec Street. Nice large rooms. :: .. chI. I Al'IOR-2 bedrooms
Jb. round SVoye Contract platform rockers hara and other ers. Anybody can cook Meals are optional. l klth.a arge let..1.attached ,.blnd. O*I' and glassed in sleeping porch large .

: ;, TfiTS C SERVICE power aRe. or Pl.e.rw Lt Ph Jeule 2-728. items dition.Included.Must A by in Wednesday.good eon with her, but when things I goodjn them and it takes I I CALLADIUM.cherry' rr.ldn HIS Surlmam.c J. I (6 A WEEK-LrI. comfortableroom. Moriorty with Joe G. Myers. Realphone living throughout room with Large fireplace.lot with oak Doors good :0

J& U UPHOLSTERING covers refine f ;. On bus tor. 1881.
Horn. Machinery e 4 1375 SuffolkRd.. Orwin M.D_. get in the shape they are I Williams In. 2-J. (I shad and citrus trees. Completely
4T. Rablnson; phone 3-2713. ishing. We call without obligation.Artcraft Winter Park. I all the glory o' bein' : 500 CHASE AVE.. Winter Park. furnished including Epia-Dry washing

AWNINGS, Venetian Ilteno Drtor 418 W. western made; 1 i in now I take her in as a away rl1 DEGN a specialty. Cut. I leeS rooms with private baths and I j machine. Good bus service and
and wedding
.blind*, prb &. line of Central. -or 2-353. DRWIdow.I. Central Fla. Can a good cook. f01.n. .or.r.a 3319 N. ,. showers single or double. Low Sum- I CNTW "'r attractive neighborhood. 88850. 84000 mort
rUde t full l in fqilure. *
: Phone 9826. Awning UPHOLSTERY REIHGi be 2200 Rio Grand. Dial partner my Pr7 .o' G&.I.. Orare mer rates. 2 bdl gage. Hacte "Neal. Realtor. 118 E.
atr., Harhu.I"B Ira covers r 2airing. lel. at S I pho. 2177.SHRUBBEY j' living-room; dining-room; klth.D Robinson, dial 23753.EA.8T2.bedroosn .
43 S p Superior Upholstery Shop ;; 47-1. Rental Agencies I'I ;nice screened porch; oak non..'
and electric weldinc: DINING SUITE. 8-piece 835 Ln. IleUOD. b prewar construe-
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ea pump .. phone 6374. 3-plec ROM room suite S39.SO; 33. Articles for. Sale 33. Articles for Sale : hee. 1u..lwhlt I I,ached garage: good Oiud ]I I city conveniences. No
.m will i 'of the prettiest r ever t.aM't
; road eonstruetioa UPHOLG and slip coven metal bed 85; coil springs 810. Whit- Nurseries. 1 H. LANDLORDS-We supply 709 offer. 2698 E Jefferson
j sd and muhmr. orde. The fit. they a mire 306 W. Church. t ito ROOM 3-piece ;, ROLL ROOFING of aU desirable tmnt free of chac i, seen' with a lovely terrace. Tl will; !

le auta- bra"*. 131 W. Kal4 Mc:. pretty to choose and from.wea. M'I7 Matt.pattr e DOORS'Pmlur.Sash made of white pine for maple.aU. 322 Lamp ]SV Street.covers; (65 siding.phalt Mill shingles and and Nebraska.imitation ubr:; 39. Livestock and Supple. f and vacancy. Gardner. Real phone Estate Ann 71, easy i'go quickly terms. a(10.5.0 wth;very I I FAIRBANKS Small home.AVE.Liveable- 2 a Block* is plenty from.

APPLIANCES: REPAIRED 1.n 11J2 W. Church: 2221.VENEI Bcreen J.W cha. cabinets. AU I M.l0 I! 4 to choose from for C?. 29 8. Court St. Phone 2-4481_ with Marti Williams. Realtor. : i! of rood lumber on premises to ea
--toaster iron and lamp P 1185 REPAIRED ty Woodcraft LUMBER Rough tide red cy-i REFRIGERATOR-Electric, used. JaI HOREPn. Riding Stable.Phone I i Washington St. Phone II I| large. (500 down. (35 mOnth total
BLINDS w.te I. WE HAVE RENTALS-SI service 110.I
I rannson'* C.2 X. Industrie 1500 W. Washing random good condition. Guaranteed. Gus .ab. 1.rr'l I j I price 3-SOO.. paved street. Wm.
Eel 1 4. 1
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ton St.DINETE. 2-0348 Gardner Real Estate. 39 .
wt aam ] Maddea'r 223 Magnolia Ave. Mathews with Daniel Kolar. Br k1'1" -

: kind of CLOCKS clock REPAIRED or electric-equip Any Guaranteed any kind not to of rt Soc 01 cip. SET-Lime oak. table. tc.i. lents 895 LltUetree per 1000 Co., b.rd Ph Winter ft. at Silvertone 't c.ree Coar Steet i 1 I COLLEGE | 206. S. Main 7811. .
punch I
fatof : PIGS Phone SCON-rom
: men W* Ox everything. Barker Re- 11 at and repairs -t hibiscus de.D Stadocuth. Pak. I JDIol3tub Excellent condition 166. Hotel Rooms PA : t ROLDEN HEIGHTS-Very attractive
factr. Rel 48. .
48 W. Central. Ph. '696. I brand new 2-bedroom frame bangalow -
,; Sop b: tle employes- 2-57. auto 875. Sll Avalon Blvd. 1 f ; attached garage paved street j
APPLIANCE lan Orlando Venetian B1d Mfg. Co1739 DRINKING FOUNTAIN Kelvinator. LGH PL-Koher. F PATR For horses reasonable Carl- owner leaving sell at n.; I' Attached garage Distinctive
washer &EVlee. 8. Kohl; 650. automatic thermostat. Bumby Hardware. : lew. Ltest RANGE Gas: 4 burner Also I r west of Fairvilla on graded BUOHEY ST.. 432' 8Hotel. terms. Y for Olen '| setting oa very spacious grounds la
Adapting U 1.<1 A applnc REPAIRED 102 W. Church. moeL Used 3 month. dining room furniture. Tel'DhoD[ Hospital road by cattle pens. C. U j ton. Rom. priced at (6 and S3 I 8,05.0 . Williams. S. my opinion this will sell this week.
1p & VENETIAN BLINDS .. AC. quick sale. 1! weekly. 1.1.Itb 21
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Pick 1P are Caldwell Special Summer discount of 5* DRILLING MACHINE for deep Phone Plr.d 8639. 224(5.'RADIO. Click. West Washington St. Phone 10 : Don Dudley. Realtor 2-4745.
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.p.IU. 2213 Dr. CO- an refinUh. rtap restate york 30' cable; A-l condition. wel. Box 500.429. Orlando. 01 P.o I I PHILCO. with dials for-I i REGANS BULL SERVICE We also prevaiL LOLA HOTEL Complete-Summer hotel ..rat. I KALEY SECTION bedrooms fnrnlzned. -
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lace Part phone 2-17. Orlando B Mfg. c h gasoline driven rotary lawnmower cars '' installed haul rows. Phone Winter Park 522. f_ Block. !. Chrisman
1739 Kohl Ave. ; new shop GARDEN SUPPLIES 0.3 room open an meal; 2-113. CONWAY SECTION-Stucco 5 rooms Real Estate telephone 2-4180.
CONc: BUILDING of new : 851. buUt 885. 32 .olt LAWN AND. B. & J. Service corner of 1 19 COLONIES OP ex II bath cottage on same lot. Income -:
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600 watt sprinklers
to home and VENETIAN BLINDS-Made new. gas Jrht motor 17. Lawn mowers hose Boone and Jackson. Ph. I BEERot. I KALEY SCHOOL SECTION room
rpa. lk i 2.332. tractor. Call after (20 buy
Good condition. band tools. H. BParrish 48-1. Beach Rentals
banding of a7 kd. Repaira fin Lowest prices. Best Call .olt D. complete line of Oraw. 2011 E. Kaley.; )0 Term 1178 month 1.15 a furnished. frame 2 lots. 40 fruit
.j T. 39 E. Amelia motr.i. and *4 b-p. ( (2G. Hardware S. Orange RADIO REPAIRS-Quality expert C.rltn D.
: anced. S P1 A dams. Ph. 9558. 919 W. CentraL Orlando .. ad I' Co..20 pat trees. Saddle bone water heater
j ; pho. 2-3. "a.WASG. M Tompln. 1% Not I Aaiiland. ve. Phone 21841.'I workmanship I I YOUNG CWSFe.h Red boars. COCOA BEC RENTALS Hot t CLOSE IN 2 'ltr east of O.nee. I electric stove. $ .. terms. 2100
Rt. t We specialize in com Saddle place 101 (25 per ...4t. '
ulr.nt.f. brdle. 1' aut rom I Ave. in Pinebluff
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BULLDOZER SERVICE Cea. MACHINE REPAIRS 12 5. Maitland. Fla. Bx LUMBER Everything in building O.E. Radio of County H . ropean . furnished'cottages
,, grubbing and grading. p.1 on all makes all work 'I lumber and wood. Colonial Lamer ovrh.al. Brltt. phone 8942. ., 1 2-bom at (40 :; dition. Large corner Jt Excellent KING ST.-Near Orange. Large 1NDI
and rake. Phone g guaranteed. E.Kaley DIE PWE UNIT. MeCor1k- Cheney Highway. Ph. SuYIte. I! income property. Can Jo Daniel | gatow. 2 bath extra apartment.
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.orl plet WlnlD 2-74. week or (150 mo. Call or write j
40. Pet Stock and Supplies
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Excellent Broker
after _AYe. pboe peering for saw i' RESTAURANT GROCERY equip t P.u with Rocs Kay Andeln | 2-car carase fratt. shade. 8SOo.
Ocean Lodge.
: BUILDIKO 4 HOI m>m seooo WELL DRILINO-JW 647.* equipped mill, or convert to pasture tractor. !! i:ixNG ROOM SUITE-New. Must ment. 20 cu. ft. heavy duty rea h ____________ __ j j], .375 N. Orange: 6a3. j Loren Dunn Broker 6. N. Brown.
m a McCormick-Deering and sell at Price 865. (ize* and:
PEA or t drill shallow and deep wells. Any disc in good 01 tr.ctr. Ear- j i I Modem design.4nc. 1120 2-ple.17th phone in refrigerator. 595. Rutur.n& D .MUZLAD. harness 1.149. Business Rentals LAKE SECTION-Modern cot- 21269.

Oardner Real Estate. 29 S. Court & si up t 8 inch. No w.tr'DO par gent._Box 945.condtoD e . I 9732. S I I I rarge. (169.50. Deep Uft i I Pet toy*. Br tol.r. Kennel bl |, C t" a2'5 8100O cash. Rp LAKE FRONT 7-room bungalow

: phone 24481.CLEANING Not down 36 mont t pay. ELECTRIC I I (189.50. 22-case cooler Marks and M."DI' 'j OFFICE AVAILABLE in new office and Main: with ISO ft. frontage oa aaad bottomed
RANGE apt. sire. white 495. 9 cu. ft. deep freezer. 75 l.
, Pump MOWERS "F LAWN U6. acres -
AND PRESSING f building. Second Prominent -
Cu Supply. Route 3. Winter enamel. 3-burner. stock the Bum- g al. gas water he.te. ( . 6x7walkin DOG FOOD. Krlbbles and X-cel.; dog for COLONIALTOWN-Two houses at the citrus tree 4 mile Electric
buti We I eat.
and carry will Gade Wilson P.r. i Parking in Only Lot
I of Good n.'siz.
Leonard q".lt
price one.
. pr .y. 316 c and com1pressor. I remedies and .upphe. OrlandoStore. lo.UoD : JoaU
Brine clothes. Rod. Orlno pa. Ph. Orange Blossom b Had..r. 102 W. toleI yith I < no Carrlgan Bldg. One bathhouse refrigerator range and bet water
mou. 701 S Tr.1 Phone ven'l : 48 ventilating sysI I X-rl Dial 23524. lea. rquie. : l0d5. .nl
heater Included at $12.000. C. P.
214 Boone St.CARPENTER It .
WASHING MACHINE I N. bath.
pnor Ceaaer RA4 EGG with I LIVING ROOM SUITE-Maple. 2 t eSi. (159.SO: : compresors I i PUPPIES ready for delivery and year Or.ng 2-551. : 4-room Shumway Realtor. 140 N. Orange
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WORK-Of all kinds makes. Manse I and atlles. I piece. Also kerosene oil heater; by York. Modern .. 428-30 I' old dots. Phone 5033. i I OFFICE SPACE to rent-1-room. j Nicely furnished. This is really a 2-3282
I work cblnet .' addi Barton's, next to Colony : C o.. 25 E. .1.5. PHone reasonable. Ph. Winter Park 1891 N. Orantre. I Available July Excellent loca- :bargain priced at 9.5OO.. 84.OOO cash.
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! rpa. r AT.. Winter Park 13. l Pn. 2.316. I 1057 Minnesota Ave. TROPICAL FISHES-Largest selection: tlon. Phone . Mr. Busch with S.n HathD 4
ton. fDr. 116 G.rn ELECTRIC or RADIO-1942 Philco. table model in -
WASHING REPAIRED IONS- -Proc- Orlando ar. Aquarium 8. Orance: 2-583. I II LAKE FRONT-Designed and built
: i CABINET AND MILLWORK & D WCA. Also travel 1 1 i..nwwMOWERS--Oarden hose: r.te 7-tube. Electric sweeper and Singer pumps foods remedies and SL GL OFFICE-Furnished. Down- ; for one who; demand and can
All and ; bk.
; t I' eial Central Florida I Ir. lrc. lr'JO: I i, sewing machine. Reaves Terrace I aU i Reasonable rentaL Box 98 i COLNTOWN- and
I'" re. Nebraska. pick up service. ; Electric CO.. 23 E. sprinklers. Smyth Lumber Co. N.Orailee .upplea 138 Rldr.I : 11 afford the best in living. la finesurroundings.
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ad H.r Bldg. 18. Apt. 4. i 2-bdrom far.d
Ph. off Lawrence I
" C Ti e. 2213 Edgewater Dr. College 5186. !: and Railroad.METAL wod AveWin. SStar.SUITABLE on lake for sailing or
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bun..lo.
CLAY ROAO3 BUILT Also lime rock 2-1972. Pak ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR.-l '-GJG." ]! i THRESHOLD-Metal trim in I RIFLE New Mossberg. Feet site: tfr Pul.FREE I|\ for Doctor' Of- Price Sm.l. Bryant with Herman fishing Rambling, masonry bvus-

; paving w surface maUeDt S UM3tEB STORM season u now 6 foot box. Like new. j I various patterns. Smyth LumberCo. with Wind adjuster. Fired only I 6 i 1 white kitten and 1 yeUow.- flee. On main cross town street.Phone Goodwin 7. .Broker 677 N. Orange; I j low. tiled roof. 2 fine bedroom 2

Work ear.D. Bumby I Sp here. Fire and Coverage 222 W. Centra T.condltone. .. PhoneELECTRIC N. Orange and R.lro.d.MNE ,: times. Uncompleted set of coif clubs: I GOd hom. 2653 E.lt Jefferson i, ,- 4864. I 9855. ; I Ii I ICOLONIALTOWN baths one tiled-one Carrara glass.
son Ie 13. on your property teDde 2- : I j New golf shoes size 9. Call Lock- St eeL STORE ROOM-Street floor. Located mahogany paneled den are some of
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: CONCRETE FLOORS Drive-ways Coplet 1 h.r. i Spi.Dd-a.1 its features. Shown by appointment.
38R1.I St.
805 East Washington
P rotection. W. at
steps. flagstone Reasonable.Thirty represent OD1 OVEWi bake complete 3 LUGGAGE Shot-Pf |I r furnished :tW7J. i! Robert S. Hue with Robert R. Tyre.
.nd Proven Old Line Cornanics. blue pottery i at i! 41. Poulr and i SINGLE OFFICE room and storage screened S3SOO cash i
in Free mea eculy1 Supple Realtor, 13 W. Washington. 6174.
years N. Slid busln.. Park u p Vergowe Agency. 29 E table Phone 4209 I W. I RAIOSLt your old radio help '" !T room. $25 per month. Wilbur !I balance reasonable. Roper Realty i
l.te.c. : Witr 43. Church 8U. Phone 7833. ELECTRIC I' Cur 701r handsome new 1947model. BABY CIC.U. S. PuUorum ten '!: Strickland 23 W.. Church; Church and Main: 2-3433. )
CONCRETE WORK: driveways; steps MGLa Range. Metal -' Generous cash trade-in allow I ed t de- t Broker LAKE FRONT Nearly new wniteI
walks floors septic tanks? li WELL DRILLING-We ._I.II, Insmall ice bx bx.CODduUW MOTOR SCOOTER- ignition I I'.I snce. Liberal.terms. Southern Music I livery. Feeds 3t.ufrta supplies.'I j' 6675. !I: -Modern 2-bedroom. i,I' trim house. Lifetime roof. Completely
\ Southern States Floor diameter deep .el % to.nen : speaker trouble. Will sacrifice f r 56. Call ;232 N. Orange Ave. Phone 8671. I Orlando X-Cel .. WAREHOUSE SPACE--For ImJ: I II i, CaP porch living room witS furnished, nice electric
eD.. bDe for estimate and 3" Can install pump etc. Sr. le] t post of- 2-0318 for information. j I j' I: lease. 10.OOO sq. ft. ideal for I floors electric kitchen, I! kitchen; refrigerator Venetian
'. I 874 oa Call write F. F. fl M.m.nd.ECRIC :, BABY CHICKS-Tuxedo Feed Store j
mill work laundry
n pl.D 0 ee. | j mall boxes 35c !: i industrial plant or PI'Dt, gsrage. room. Large lot blinds laundry tubs. Attached gar
;. SERVICE Floors. roofs BOXES-City RADIOS-Crosley; and Fada.
F Phone 6. M Console U. S. approved Pullorium ,
nicely
i CNC steps and walkr. The Ln. 11 MOTORS-New 1/6 HP I 1 up. Knox Stores Co. 25 E. I 1! type and table models. Also 906 W. Church. tited Lated F.lrb.n. Avenue lnda.p. Furnished at age. 75x241 ft. lot 65 ft. in lake.
phone .
best engineering workmanship motra wit pulley; (25 each Pine. Phone 23163.IOTORCYCLE1942. I 1 I tables. Bumby 102 Pr-. 7336. 2-281 Park. Lul. J (8950 Kna R., Estate. 30 2.Church. J9000 term Weir System. 629 E.
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t 3%. Articles for Rent Hardware I Gabel. 8435. Sunday.ONWAY Pine 4641
I F.r Machinery Co- 430 Church. Owe. 1 :
and For Harley-David- I :
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mat.na Fe .s.t. Robinson.ELECTRIC S I N-H. CHICKS for sale. 2Vi l! Phone l I! C I
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highway
R 8383 LAKE FRONT home. 9-acrc
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.J td cn 6780 FLOOR SANDER and edger; also cabinet son. new 45" motor; new. tires. I SEWING MACHINES Factory I i reduced Summer ; -room
. or (530 Buchanan WATER BEATERS rbut wek ; block tract. 300 ft lake frontage. (16.90B. .
30 Reasonable 412 prce. 1nlshe -
CO.ert. C.I sander and floor Ou.b guaranteed like colctOD
plbe. new; I The Woods Chick 50. Wanted Rent wiring 6 .
CONCRETE FLOORS etc. We form 2524 Kuhl and 40-gUon'also gas 30-gallon Pa console Al Pr- I 04I t I : ; ro Herman Goodwin. Inc. Broken
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I II' Wyckoffs Hd. 2-281 MOVIES for the borne. News WI..i.5; i miles north of Maitland on 17-92. bath 8' good
1 pour 'and finish concrete floor w.te heater. Bomb Hardware. 102 travel, comics.Bowsteada prch acres 677 N. Orange: 9899 or 666O.
FLOOR SANDER-tdger and rade. adventure I SOUND SYSTEM with 'GE." ampU-: TURKEYS-SOc lb. eggs. or equivalent. Maxt- I ]land. Or win trade
Innwa. .a and etp. For er. new. Arnold Paint !. Curch. Camera Shop; 1039 N tier and two 12" speakers. 20c. Poults "H.tch. A.-.rr., 845. For business lady I j ]property.5.HDtol Realtor to tw LAKE FRONT-Dont pass this by.

P.nrrt.1.t. e 2-255 407 S.A OrD.e. 2-2786. ECC.I. full KANUEb sized. For- Apartment immediate Orange: call 211.OVES fice.record 27 changer.W. Her.D'. L.D Zetrt I Farm; dial $ 5. .ta powt C.ra:2 between 9 and 8. I 11 Robinson: '132. 16 E bungalow.2-bedroom Must partly sell. furnished.Formerly 85,280.Block
Includes
DRY CLEANING FLOOR SANDERS--New American deUYr. Modern Appliances. Inc. for oil stoves. Stock I TRKYSYotnder; APARTMENT OR HOUSE-Unfurj j accepting highest offer. Already fi
We employ only 8" new edger. Reasonable rate Ave. and two-burner type Dumb SOUND SYSL' us weJht ntshed. Couple; permanent rest- nanced. Possession at once. Wilma
Ibl
.k experienced help: and C. R. Burke 1805 Bumby. 1. Or.nr Hardware. 102 W. Church. crate demon'! D. Wilder Pwt el. C Call 'I
S 7851. ELECTRIC I i Farms dents.:k no rhldren 01 .pets. COLLEGE PARK-Neat as a pin S- March Ben Rodger 64 N. Court.
Try
moem m.rhler. us. MacDuff FLOOR SANDERS-Two: new. Two lANsul received and ship OUTBOARD )&OTOR-1946 model. Executone Inter-Corn system for ofI I I a 2-81 or 556. I jAPT. room bungalow with sleeping porch. I> 7990.

CBer Phone Rid.ewC corner edgers and two 1Usher for rent Smyth me.t.Lumber Co.. N. compare.and Johnson 10 Runabout 20 hours. I, lice efficiency.* I.. Bu.tn.1 Equip: 45. Apartments for Rent HOUSE or Buburb.n 1 Attached garage. Nicely furnished '; LAKE PROMT-Beautiful 4-bedTeora
R.lld. ment ; I ct.re.
2106.ECC a t reasonable Sm7t Lumber Railroad.ELECTRIC. Or'Dr S25. A. M. H.lrht 800 Mo.el, Co. 390 N. Or.n. or country. Rpl7 Bx 9 8 I electric kitchen. Sizeable plot r: j bungalow Large, well landscaped
REPAIRING and' hou C. N. Orangeand .fer 5 p.m. I rOIL 'SPRINKLERS for f.r.groves and AMELIA AVE.. 28 E.-Smaa ; Star. tifally landscaped. It's the buy :i lot with ideal sand beach. Just outside -
4514. Miller PUMP-Red jacket. 100 r f lawns. .P.r I week. Act quickly. Only (95OO.
Florence. Florida Supply i Man city but has all
STOVE-Large Co. preferable. Very city coaveni-
ElectricalContractor.. TYPEWRITERS For Rent-by day 5bum- rent APARTMENT Small
gaL
01 tank. For information phone T630 W. co fuled.I Mark with Louis Geeslin. Realtor I
Church in
Office Equipment Exchange. 876. er. like new. Innerspring m.ttes. J St. Phone 6118.TYPEWRITERRoyal with 2 small I ences. Will give terms or accept
FURNITURE UPBOLSTEHY-Befmlahtng. month 220 Main; snd flat springs. . : CHURCH 319 E. , Mo&.r Please rhUdeD. pr- I I 143 N. Main; 2-1464. smaller home in trade Wait Bros,
<
4250. 2 pieeo 4 pie bedroom alt 65.8mltb.rD arDt. B ELECTRIC FANS-Several type a&KelY.tr Bretx. Marks St.. 2 blot front j'1 I type. 50. 23 N. Pr.ble.-eUt.,i SrEE.. Sut.ble for-3 rooms or 4 I and.eDt rldent.. Mrs. W. E. loa Tucker t i iCE Broker 824 N Mills 2-168. /
.
Dept
Bumby Bardware. Cheney Highway. I
nlncv
r.at.6 adult Chsthim. Miss. LAKE DAVIS SECTION home lov
TYPEWRITER RENTALS Special
up. Repair 1 !
FURNITURE P.u' P 2-16 monthly and quarterly r.t.checkwith PIANOS Krakauer used upright. i TIll your bath and kitchen in rusti t I COLUMBIA ST.. 728 W.-3-room furnished 1 I COTTAGE or apt.: Grandmother. I IN-5-room' frame home that i ers heaven! Frame. 1940 bungalow -
REB and 1' Stuart. 13 ELECTRIC IRONS-Automatic control Good tone. 100. will rent (5 per- i proof Permatlle; free estimates I apartment. electric adult granddauchter. Miss I' built in 41. Large living room ,ia top condition beautifully deco
ced. 1e.r 1 new phone Orr & ; Unlyen.l Proctor. S.mD month plus dray. Miller 145 1.i-1! Permatile of Central Florida, 2323 N. 1 kitchen. A I Sucker or Mrs Ellis: .Ca. i with nrpl.e.. floor furnace breakfast :rated. Has a bedroom and dea
>Ie. Ru Methods R 818. Bumby H.rd"I.. 102 W. Curcb. bsnks. Winter Park.PLaNERWorking 1 Orang: |' room tile bath and kitchen | ]l large screened living porch fire _
1.tr ., Ilia W. Church; 2.21 TL RA SERVICE Paint 656.VENETN CSE IN Suitable for business 10: i. HOUSE- bedrooms* I drain.j '10.50. Allen Johnson. Realtor ,place, furnace with blower nicely
and .ews: benehaws: condition. Complete I)I BLINDS days deUnr or middle aged couple. 309 I For adults. Will djeZr one year : 140 Or.ne; 8612. ""SpeclaUx-]landscaped ground wIth barbecue
P' l.AI rei power mowers; fora; equipment with flooring and siding. I' cheap blinds you i, Robinson.CLOSE . B, Box 76 8-Star. i I of Homes" i pit. attached garage. For dctaJIa Vn
C.be m FURNITURE SALE- Can be seen at saw mill near 'can get tae best
order. TindaU Pntu. 2323 t. .a misc. Y a. Tol Rental. 100 KDYe. Phone Oviedo 2151. ? Mad for Just a few cent I IN-5-room. furnished HOUSE-Prefer Orlando; take Wit COLLEGE PARK; 2 bedroom e aIm I I this outstanding valve can TtlaipsonStatoa.
e more in 1
Orange. CaU W'aD i Ol.ndo by I and double Park. 4 to block I Realtors Metcalf. Bids. Phone
156. Warehouse clearance-Hundreds 01Itm I .t 1802 '. .. ph. bedrooms tile bath :I i I rm. cret screen I :
FLOOR SANDING AND FDOSHINO living room bedroom PUMPS electric deep and shallow 2-455. : ehowtr. electric kitchen; cool I Have own or I I and H d.hiarJ i !5 t59.
Prompt Modern 33. Articles for SaID'APC.ldwU patio electric det .el Easy p.7met.nothing down i VENETIAN BLINDS-The best costsno : comfortable. Adul. only. (33 : pets. No drinking or smoking. Will one block from i LANCASTER PARK East otWKc

melt: are unit. "ap t. miscellaneous. rtns. up as little : per month. !i more at Ad.m. 919 W. Central ;i week. 418 Apt. 5. lesse. Good references. P.O. Box 25 li85.0. 100 per cnt LaD| bungalow. Frame coastracttea. 3

113 Skilled workman; lceD and H t bus.*. M7rck.. Ftar. Ware many Winter Well. J &1 Pump mile east p ;j Orlando. Ph. 955.VEEI j I; CLOSE IN-Two liiht. airy rom.. Winter Park: ph. 410R. i I IS2.0 month. G.bl bedrooms, nice large kitchen, plenty

bnde mal Steven Edcw.tr Dye; telPo 358 west I Orlo Vista. -; phone 7087. BUNDS Factory Ude 1 Automatic water. Refrlgr.ton, HOUSE-3 bdrm. unfurnished. l Phone 473 8383 cabinets. Garage near bs sad stores.
0 10t
. C. 6582. 2-197. of Orange between Robinson and I producton We offer i |I 122 Grace St.I Rent or tnn.td. not interested 87850 terms. Sam Johnson Co.. 368 S.
FLOOR SANDINO AMY CHAPEL ORGAN wit 75 Livingston. Phone 2268.FLNG I i blnds any size SOc per so. : ca h. Mr. Hoover COUNTRY CLUB SECTION-On* of Main. a
Pentre-Seal- Finishing. SP: books. (65; ft. Immediate I DUPLEX-For years lease; 6 I Dept. Yowell-Drew-Ivey. 1 to 5 p.m.j the fine homes ef Orlando. 2 LAKE
deYf. upstairs 'm FRONT Famished cettage
apartment. -
e'9 maeDt PLUMBING SUPPLIES I Also s
8355hanchoL 2.75: clean niL wooden available. We stories tile construction. Tile roof
lightly furnished, HOUSE. nicely by middle along side of pretty babbUag brook
I 85.
7. apn.D Moe 308 5. trn
ealpmeL 20c lb.: leather flying 895. estimates at no Orlando Pe.I I large Jiving .
room dining (onpotch. :
service.naant .. 'nse Prompt Morgan's SalY. e. 46 1."rbt. CABINETS grade -"C"Stel Sh.Wale. -: Va". *4-. I". galvanized pipe (sold. 'Venetian Blind W.obl.tOr. 1739 S. ,I ton. J Orlando.aged couple.Suburban pto Perne.t. I I p.to 3 bedrooms. ro. .. plus lake.100 ft Oak frontage and pine en shafle.saad bettoated O90.-

4r.wer with fixtures only. bathtubs Kuhl: 8059.VENETIAN. GRAND AVE., 1321-Large attractive maid's ..
Large beautifully
SIDING and b ToUet. About 875 month. Box I
FLOOR white Letter already financed. 'ft cash. 1keBuyers
rot I
ABET neeD I front bedroom with 8 8ta.
I .Ie. .th sinks- private kltchnette
SIGFiln. ? I II completely landscaped grounds.
metal corner out lock. 45.75 . l.yatn. BLINDS Custom boilSpecial .0. ter. Broker" HasttM
dallied with $ Realtor.
A Fin 11. U ; ( Plumbing-. (Res)) Rolden Heights bus lint .BOUSE 3 or 3 bdrom. furnished I W. B. Nicholson. .
ish the durable finish known I It MU and Nebraska. legal size without lock (55; with 1137 S. H.rer Aye- Winter i 58e per Sq. ft. Pye.7:; N.a or 90 day*, 3-1619. \ 1 S 62'S E Central anfumbhe
6 :
toscience Modern, lock. (65.75 Check with P.rl d.lnl. Radbtll Venetian HILT AVE. 13Fmlshe, Ph. I Ii M.I
td.: dustless ANTIQUES-Estate and art pi. Orr Phone Blnds C. I LAKE FRONT-Good location. Wstt-
Rare Jere Beery Stu.r 13 S. Main St. phone 498-1 186 Dr.; pb rU'le .patmenL Pry.te b.th
eUment na'Dt Licens pl.t. ; MI 2-167. two i i TELEPHONE COMPANY det - Inc distance of shopping district.
bnde. Baa I grader Ar.d.. FILLING STATION CANS Heavy gal I VACUUM CANER "Universal" .e.tlmen. sires eD.e CHEROKEE PARK SECTION-Attrac- I I6.t. 4 bedrooms. Large tot. seSaMe far

Floor Co.. Ph 21370.FURNITURE . AIR CONDITIONERS-From room ..J. oval type. 225. Knox: with an .t.chmeDtl. Bumby Bard JEFFERSON COURT HOTEL-1 and t in good 3-bdron 1nfulshe hou.. , live bungalow. S large rooms and Income property. 815,000. Mr. tab
S .. 25 E. PUMFor the farm or home. Big ware. 102 2-room available. Sum .ecton i ( h.rdwo for large t with Herman Goodwin. Inc.,
RBUILT-anduDhi_ conditioners \ large installations.Free Pine. Phone 2-3163. new and used. See : WIS' .ap.rmeDt : per month Will buy. i 1 ? areDel. Broker.
stered. 2 piece 865 up; LePever TJp. uu.t. From (40. BUtts Free demonstration in Stock. ltte. & Home Machinery 01 WASHING MACHINE Perfect condi. mer rates.LAKE if priced right. Ph. 998 9079. I It very nice condition inside and out.II 677 N. Orange; 9855.

Bolstering. Shop 2303 E Washlngto Eec'r." 356 Orange. FAt home of window exhaust U I 430 W. Robinson.PUMPING tion. 27O9 North Orange Avenue. I DOT CIRCLE. 633-3-room LADY WFPH two children wants F. Allison. Broker. 37 I LAKE DAVIS SECTION-3-b.tfreom

SL Ph. Phone 894. on attic fans. com WATER HEATER-Automatic. dee- efficiency apartment, $6 a month furnished house or ID I 11,0.. A. home with extra lot. Lifetime roof.
= Installed. Modern UNITPon.ble and stationary including Oct. lIt I. j t apt d.! ICAEYBatlu Priced for Immediate sale .
FLOOR SIGnt.. : AUTOMATIC WATER HEATERS: ApPU'DCe tric side Install on any 30 1tltlel. sirable 100. t furnish-I at 88.786
.r
ing- c.D r Electric 10. 30 and Ie- 428 N. Orange; 2-251. I Pipe & grove. Florida or 40 tank. Plenty of .hot Adults no pt. 2-1593 : Box 92 nelahbrb. ;Mr. Smith with Henry Barch. Bro
Ecan Supply Co. 630 .
W. Church
lo 4a0D ;; I
Ploy-Co Sealer ar'Dt her 12 & Main.: 2-1080
"Mertlands. Limited FLOOR water. Save LINCOLN .e .
110 Morse
COVERING money. volt
nant p Ga.ntt: Inlaid and I type 1 APATEN189 UPPER OR 'AGE APT,-2 2 bedrooms. Near
satisfaction to Immediate Installation. & printed dl.1118. $40. F8irrill8 Whst-Not Blvd. 3-bed- I .dult. ttOD I.ka S.1 LOCKHART
fet .I lo.um. rubber-like runners Shop. Phons I Pat. | Senior section. Box 85 i ii Casselberry. Phone Home and bearing
terms. Kelser. and PRSUa Presto; for 5023 room apartments. service, hot Hrh 1 Price .
Qut LU Floors.Estimates Wi.rd. Vogue at Glidden's. CKR Park. 783. Broker invited. grove. U right. Can Mr
Woo Surface Co.. heater I eal. suite: S steam heat. Year round i Mowrer with King Real Estate,
BIk. w.tr. M X.
Established sine 1809 N. : FANS-12-inch oscillating special I Pi breU.t set*, drop leaf 1 rentaL Adults only. Winter 01 51. Houses for Sale COLLEGE 3-bedroom frame ,Church. 8433 "Open "
PAR Sunday
I 125 0 FANS-AU sixes from 30 '!..95. other Fair i 332 Church nook. 2
ant Ave.. phone ArC t It.15 U. Jeen W. : Park 9161. screen
88 We will make survey 10 W. Currh.PJRI. WIG SUPPLIES AVALON BLVD. 446-New masonry I edb porches: all splc-and-span. 75ft.lot. j LAKE DOT SECTION-Home and la-
GENERAL BOUSE CLEANINa "serv estimate of copl.t installation at str"l RAYMOND SEAPLANE BASEPr- 3 bedrooms;. bath Immediately available. (2SOO come. 2 unit at 4 room each.

;, ice. Gnrl tnrsyrae. fast work no eet to 36 mont. USED Cedar I 200 Amp portable welding outfits; i pisSed apartment near eaatrctlD windows. Life tie screen. rash, balance like rent. See today.Georgia Abundant ctorsg 2-car guae.
neat clean eelbnwalls! ft Keiser. Vogue Thl&t Complete welding supplies In stock foot Gas lights water furnished. Well constructed. Built-in features. I von Schiller. Realtor. 7186. j Large lot. See Wells with Roe* L.

wood .orl fttmitnr floors. Hou Block, Colonlaltown; dial 812 SO; genuine drler $1.6 coffee floor table. PUMPS. PUMPS PUMPS Distributor of Lincoln weldl.1 machines ,- 2 double beds. 60. C.1 2-0. Venetian blinds: double garage. CorC I Pryde, Realtor. 668 N. Orange; 34596. -

easy for the AIR CONDITIONING sixes. I 614: I and rods. B. t RIDGEWOOD AVE.. Tier lot. (14.OOP. Open for PARK-3bcl mae4 .
2-3245. mal b"c Prom A 50: easy chair with Ottoman I Ii i See the latest la .h.no.weB pumps 811 N. Wil.m. 634Fmiehe inspection. onry floors.arage. I Buy With Confidence-Deal With-
room coler. tip 82995; gas range. (3950; "WalkORide" Suppl. .c.St D'Jtna aD.rment. Couple; .
lar i The Bobbins and Myers engineering I Ii 16 g 11.5. Wilbur "'Pryde."
HOME SERVICE General 1 !
repair eomrea Istl.Uon. I stroller. $6.95. Mather ef Oraado. marveL We have them in stock. B.c F P 220. 7r.r1 Broker: : StrCk.DdI '

and New.CDtcUOD Windows screen!. 0959. I.Semc 68 OaDn; 2l 5 E. Church. I i er wanted. Libby and Freeman.D'ilj I II SOUTH OCOL Upper Dple.; AT.ON SPRINGS. COLONIALTOWN Canh-Half ]LAKE CONWAY
am. La ad W., Five -ThU 1* tfc* place
hnded. .. AMY LOCKERS -.Large and small; TJRNITURE-Living room I Curch WATERLESS CLEANER With-I nished. Lease if desired. M. 8. Ver- Lake front homes. 3 to choose from i I; nice Well bu'.Im.1 home. down furnished.balI I yon have been leekiag ter. 3-oe-

HOUSES WASHED with steam or office and shower h.t breakfast table bom. I Cleans any surface. Will not hurt gowe. Realtor.; 29 E.' Church 6t. Compl.tel7 furnished. 2 To 3 i i ance like rent. P-S.' Included la > I room house farniaaem with extra
.
Hane. t paint and fwen cabinet Pridgen'i, 1280 20th pieces. 1121 N. MUs.car l.mP. od hands.Co.25c.. N.SOc Orange and 81. Smith Lumber .- Phone 7833. rom.. bsths. priced from *bd-.' i s adjoining business which is I..e dea I! !large,garage living with room servant's and fireplace. 2-car
and qsarUrs. Abo
Washing
St.n C. Ph i Ivory like I R.lr.d.WASIG I WINTER PARK-2.bedroom to 816.500. Perhaps one of these j building now doing etc
ACORION- FLUORESCENT FIXTURES lire I er.n. j furnished guest cetteg
f .par with 1-car
i' lew. Tremoa. Hera' 14-15-20 Special 3.95 each, I II MACHINE. perfect condi- m.nt. C.1 Winter Park . U what yon have been dreaming about I t.nk In.t.Ue. 1. ( GU'' i sarate. Extra room on rear. Out
HOMES CLEANED and Office. 27 w.tt. latest model. and looking for.
repaired : Ap Pldle. I SMALL dow1 including i door grill with
Store.
m' Currh I :0 Orange furnished. $41 I. covered pteate table
P.1 AAnEN. 8 ;
and out. Curh. Trail at acres and a big house which
ad. and I you n equipment and everything.
,
Lf tubs. lava 2th. I A 2-4131. f. (and benches. Nearly 2
. acre in tract
: chid .
phone ; can afford to remodel
at asking
the 1
WATER Ridiculous
FRNITREN.w us.d WELLS Better hurry
2-237. ANTIQUE AUCTION -Thursday white and irrigation sup I- f t NICE LIGHT ba tr. i with 217 ft. lake frontage. Small
10 to & HOUSEKEEPING
EUOHEY'S prcntn I toilet plies; pipe rooms price. On a hard road 8 miles s, this la our exclusive list-i i
HOM night. P.m. Following is a. copper pumps Florida I i grove of 100 oranges, tangerine
.nllne. and
RAPm :1 purchase. Bass l.t I Twin
your .t from
front to bak. list sold public auc pip and I Pipe & Supply Co.. '; bs.hr. Ph Close & Orlando Electricity fruit uee I II ins* that w* .Ido. have fo sal i wrapefrult i trees. Also various ether
r t cU.r pa\1 \b .t Co. 625 W.: Church St. Phone 5820. 6 Curb stores bv Au I good 87500.
.ekl a easy for than
Ie. more day two.
Including heating and ; UOD I down. 36 to 118. single l :1 I a or Exclaj j j kind of fruit tree Beamtifal large
yertnata. month 101 at 918 Kohl Aye, Call our Altamonte ', see slve with Wm. Mathews
AU work na.nte. can FURNITURE SPECIALS 4-plece par. Libby and Freeman. WATER SYSTEMS Complete dial I : I with J. oak trees: alee white sand beach.
BOUSES WASHED 621 5-pc. early America sliver walnut bedroom .ult with large Church. 1 for farm home. stock Homer Seed) M.naer Win Daniel Kola; Broker. 206 8. Main. *816,000. 85000 cash balance *7
Bcreenaln. $
'lt & Borne per
windows. Look like p Job L footed coffee et Large .al.t round maple mirror bedroom on :. 5-plece mahoganychestrobe. IUd M.rhlner 01.. 430 W.F.r Roblln Avi:!. NEW Telephone MODERN 4797 3rn ap.rment j ten Pak. 830.Hurtl"el.. Reltr 118 Rob- DUBSDREAD 7811 i '1 month, pta* interest Exctaaiv* wtth
e.uat _rk antique Jewelry. gentleman' diamond ait. I WASHING I J 2-bedroom frame.
-!Aatr:. .a.ratd studded d.1 with diamond Walnut :r.b : like MC- 2 rbut and 5 P.m. ln 2-3753 : Large mel lot. Completely fur- '
.
chests of and
drawers. Cash
studded wrist with 14 carat I : De. ; i>I 84. Wilbur Strick-I
jWiMoWxng nlhe. Tem.
: 24 hour RAE; shsrSened Ms- yellow gold case and mesh band; original Boone Jenkins St..Fmltare 2395.Exchange. 22 PITCHER PUMPS Ou.r.nted ReD.1 for Service.1 year. CaldweU 2213 HOst and 46. Houses for Rent j I i : narh: 6675. LAKE VIEW Close ta. e .
cost. 675. Figurines n
rare
Chin A Welding water nelchborltootf. 5
Ave. Winter Park.ShopS 1166 O.n. plates glass china vases and haD FLOOR CLEANER-Never use water I We have them'and many other shallow COME ELL WOOD S.764.-2-room f urnished BEVERLY SHORES A distinctive 3-1 I J fnl *s4. 8U.7S bedroom. teris.2
TO !
of other pieces.R. on fine floors use Brc Cleaner and cell THE STORE next to Post t adults. 25. bedroom tile bath home on a bean11 I DUBSDREAD Boity
d deep jet SECTION Lovely 3491
newbunssiow. BrOker.
LOTS C- Prompt am- Smyth Lumber. .Co.. Orange an dRailroad. ing d 36 months PuPL Not Ottc. N.lt.nd. for most every- FURNISHED tiful large plot in this neighborhoodof t 2 TrtBJt Avewinter> *. Collide
Proc time wD & pay. Ub thn China HOUSE. a.bdrom broms del b.au' Park. 618
Auctioneer Auc and Freeman. W. : De. ued clocks distinction. Large living room j rid hardwood
I Sero DI. in
phone2-1147. 1 Cue lene. The month rnt adunce with attractive fireplace and extra fon. al1miDam
.oh I.w. tl Co., 733. ; GARAGE DR OPEEAutoa Inr.re. J.wel. cano .rr.ptd. 62 E. C ncrd. Ual blinds. landscaped !
.ntque. living A real value
2-15a. tic.'Yon .ltrla ap Dr Prrh .o of for Move nn"l
cl. I carl.res musical LAKE HOME for quiet : con &i ".75. LAKE VIEW
don without ever I. j ppl. 3 ntder.1 t.c. S3.000 -
BOMB OAS PUMPS-Before you buy the .trment. rom b.tb ter.r. ( conveniences c.b. Fe.r.1
I. 6.
our yard
SVC Co.Se N. Or.n dlpl.. :Railroad Smyth Lumber Goulds -B.lanre Flow" t.ntle.I GE YOUR SEC and redBARpAINSMut . .. 1 mile etc. Shown by appointment. Call Lee !! i 834 mODt. Geo.. H. I Stately 3-story Colonial hats with

Self service gag let water .7.tel .atom.Ue I I' wht ; pat Dbdr..d 0 left ef old Apopka Crawford with Robt. L. Pryde. Realj j I spacious UV LC dlatu ream -
SAt n1 APPLIANCES-For Immediate de GALVANIZED i .
f oath' Cohoon Co.. 138 S .nUab kitchen. Sch
at W. South at
Small initial eoL livery. wash WARE-Tb. Nuhln.1 I Nla and Nebr.sk. W.lae. tor. 668 N. Orange: 24596. screened dewaMa1r.
Freeman. .711 W. Ca. I .blr. C.D .1: PLYWOOD mahogany or fir ma- WINTER PARK-Completely ; Buy Wit Confidence-Deal With 3 bedroom* and 2 baths ep. Ceatrai
urers. good Name -
with t1n Ka a ;I rine. Folding plywood 10' I II hose. .ut your ed: living bedroom lurDb Pryde.! DUBSDREAD SECTION-Neat abrom. heat modern kitchen. 2-car garacc. .
Conloa ironer ro.
Stores Co. 25 E. Pine. b.t glider
the .InelT. 01 Shoe glides Ph 2-316.I and 1 ft..Mi. and rocker .6'range. 1635 E. Concert easy kfrh.n. . 301 S. Orlando dln.tt. I' .' lrme. bungalow well tu Lane high nicely isadagaped M.

: GASOLINE LANTERNS also 1 and 2 .- WINTER PARK 4 CITY Modern 5- abe nl. corner IL 01 slopes to onef w ctestf-fci. larger .
MATTRESSES RENOVATED an back and forth while roll Devolves; PICNIC gallon and : FOR YOUR HOUSE rooms and : Lsa
.UGSl 4 PLANS. bull anxious lakes
camp stoves. Knox I. bath wen
covered la bright color-fast 1' at either slow or-fast speed. barer.. Phone Str.a up. Strt Co. 25 J. FinePhone i ing and financing advice 'umis. aI Adult. I construction. Nor Priced t a1 1m. befit sod In ezgchui
Comfort first best of UkIe. Westlnghous refrigerator cu. ft. 1. Pn. 2.316. and Nebraska. a. M pt.. Per..en tnant screened porch. Garage. 86.5OO. ,Can plul1. fondttlpa. Reasonably priced at Jt--

Ran N.tU 1122 w,. Priced for quick sale. GASOLINE ENGINE and Pwe PUBLIC UUUe. included. '7.338 preerd Allen Johnson. Re.lt. 14 N. Or- E. wt O.Ha.Moe; terms.HuckelO'Ntsrt.. .
map- e Refrigerator cu. ft. for and ADRE SYSTMN.so.mp1Ier. .. Mors ante; 32380. 10 PIne
.hurh Sta Wt .ncutar.I' Indl- 34. Articles 213. 861. "Splamnw I .
Make M&11. lt Wanted DUBSDREAD SECTION-2-bedroom ReaHors. IIS
steel. 224 ice Ist.n.ton. Pipe & WILL COLLEGE PARK-New 2-bedroom X. Rob
Fr. or 3
MCE JAtr Supply .. W. Tme dnmlc mie. Model BU2 bedroom bungalow. 84950. Term inson 23753.LANCASTER .
tC&. Coffee maker-Makes 8 : 6118. lome frame with Pmlshec. I
ep. St.m 6AH. 2$ AXES-FurnIture of all i.0 Wintr Park ban.l. hrdwo .
steeL Last life : .p.ke Noe seer I Owner In. Betty
George Stuart.. 1 S. Main 8' 1t lea a tl. GAS RANGE-"Grand." white pali ..tt R.SD- machine anything kd. to Jn. t.. also turDh D D fr sun rOn e Pn Trent tr.Df. Broken ley.H. Orlando
celain finish. Standard size nowavailable s. or Price 34
loo Westmoreland
15.. Walter J. Wilcox IDe t* Z. Robin at Bumby Hrdwae 102 I Phone 21639.PLYWOODWaterproof. 7 IU.W.SeweU-Thurmond Pine 8t. Dial 4070.Furniture C 2 E.eta d.l will t cde.. He.U 78 .16. ;AY. Winter Pak 118. BEfHON Casfc pa"?.

son. Founded 118. W. I Colonial 5253.couio meat of 83500 gives
Cbarh. 12 ; toss
I tmmediai.
FAINT ESTIMATES-Color fir. available ART OBJECTS M 5-room
aattestlont.
Reliable painter recommen- GENERATOR-110-220-volt. Portable I I ,..ID] 4 x 18 fU 5 X 14 and I' anything chDa.wanted diamonds at one and 5. 10u.11shed OU-2-bom A ele tth I E PARK Modern Irn j{ DUBSDREAD AND ORWIK occupancy la fine aeJgMerhood.of attract*. 4-goom bine
ded.. Batch. 6001. At Olldden- gasoline. New condition. Phone 3 ]16. Pine Castle Boat Construe we pay highest prices en, 1" : frame hoas cmpl.tl7 . JNORHee' Pay iM>" BBackett. i
BEDROOM I 1 or you yourdream : monthly lea than
SUITI-8-piece. Gout fconditIon. 7191 o 388 N. Orange Ave. Co. phone 2-2465. can to Screened porch; almost Iron.. including b. : real Ja.m 4.
ton us for ktchen 1
Telephone 8'8. nlel our auction 885 per m Year lease. Screened a e.. .pple', J for occupancy. Two 1ro Realtor. 1317 alk inca

PLASTER minor PATCHING- by an ezpe 4. BED-Singl* complete with mattress HAT.burning.Orlando 4 i Call sale every Demlng Thursday Auction Ilrlt i t drop or nt.. B 86 8tr.No eta I- Large lot 8950. Allen a.rr.. I b.aUfa.bath kitchen "Opposite ACLRR Depot.- dial ? ,."
Also BorneMaintenance 2-15 living breakfsst
room;
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; rpa OrlDd and spring In exceUent cton CG 210 N. Orange Av*. Pm all PUMPS. WELLS. WATER Co. S.I. 2-ROOM tor rne; a61"Speeialixing -- screened LAKE SUE SECTION Wtater Park.
;_ (25. Oakmont St. SYSTEMS; CAOBI: lui.d. : 4oHrm I room ra.r. ph Stew. modern all
AXNTINO 9x12 room*, ceiling* and 2867..170 2 HOVER VACUUM CLE'.NER DLON8..th. jewelry old la- Adalt oD. 8 lawn all PI'Dtd e room bungalow..toco ,tTSt.kS1..t -
wafl$, 812. Including I flat ell. Low Bub: Ha.d ware, Co.. 19: W. C mDI.t.. No down 36 ld W.h. price. Drn. CLNILTWN-2-r house. ;crete w.l Leu. masonry con structton
>aent 1
ptro. Tr If desired: I BRA SET.-1 large. 2 small din Church n. 61O4. months t psy WI.n 0.1:, 59 Be..). .' "a. Currh.lRI I. I COTTAGE for adult couple. 3 reoele. Sene prc, a .pha' ael roof; copper Owner occupied One-car Price garage. Large mfort
it. U ring. 3diamondwedding N. Gal.nd 6332. I WANTED bth. porch. CaD rom. C .tr. i i water p..at. hot water Blshed. $1.55 I
1. 1-8. band; see act. Also platinum G and sreDe Only 84OOO. 81SOO down. A. :heater paved atreet Approximately 14 cash n.
FLCMBINO RAIBi King for wedding b.n.0 chip diamonds.-. BOII. 2 band opera'*d : q'.nt. Fur* DOR. i Broker. 1121 N. Orlando Ave.Gle. c Lt transportation. If* qulrcd.. Well rettrtetrt area Prtval,
-prompt naate rpl Pb.e. 826 w. with catle. nlture .1 r 2-2367. FOR LEASE for one year. Small Maitlsnd underpass). Whiter Park. PEA approved and already financed *l Phone Winter Park 24 -BtLONGWOOD -
'
boom and lower and Sswiveled. beautiful
-to 8125. furnished
So5 R.ldeD. 17 .BOAT-Cypreng. 12 n. and trailer-. r.1. .19 Boiler can PJ0Ua aprlcb.5 FRIRUa.tnl l bx. of land lawn home. 354 acres COLONIALTOWN-Furnished borne. fo civilian or OI-s .84 Call Wi wett bttflt S-room I.

*1PlumbinS Yen rood.condition. &H.lo ..115 Ho.. .$ al Inson Music Co. SO3 N. Orange. 'J I Bwile m.c. Suitable for couple shrubbery and shade. !I 2 br den: 2 Im i cr P.rk 21 df ot t, house. Screened Porches, wide leg. .
two 2-car
Beating Ave. I ; Pr.
W. SewellThurmond I- Wt 2041 garage. Mostly ;
Wg.C prl. fannsoei.
Pal 2-2236. Nl. : PIANOS-Winter I Co. new spinet. Furniture Co W. dreD Only 20 lrn melt p.uoD Pr (8. eveiy .e An(l lo I Sammte Francisco. ReeItor7 CaM I
B.1 BICYCLE WRIZZER MOTORS-On* HOME FREEZERS-Kelvinator. now 8525, bench de I St. Dial 4070. P tw.Place must be a* ehI t.l. G1 : Central Arcade. Room 4
f a To Preserve that new la take yea 125 mile see u at Bamby Kel I. Joseph Incude T.r 1 as a* it I* now. Lease G1f Inc.. Brokr 677 N. O terms. 7407 forSttSSSSi sTir. asS -
Set ns paint for .yalabl -Hadw.r. aa 1.1. a OFFICE MACHINES and furniture. .
tOok. yea BOW.gaoler 1t. lpla Schema bicycle built I Per 4 month payable in 185.
P. Curtis. Bc 0Wateroroobami Whiner Motors. Can be. ..tr p.nme.t Churn i A. Ph 2-290. Get our prices. Check with Oeorie mODth. 8100 for ad i I I __ in. 10 room 2b.t. LAKE
f left COLLEGE
PARK Rooms
REELS-A sturdy wheel PAINT-First grade Stuart. 8 plu Itm are larger :PL C .
tor. sees at Whlzser N. HOE very outside house I 1 M.II St. phone 8158. Look this ever block st 1
2-03. Mot S.8 easy to operate. Knox Stores 84.SO gal. On coat Flat .It re&l.ble amoU' 1. than average in this modern 3-bed Jt.
,ValNTIWO) :; Orange Ave. ..lt for OLD GOLD-We pay highest price p.m. This a offer. Herman porch garage. Venetian
can bOncs.
Co." E. Pine. Phone 33163.HAIR paint (3 4O .al. 81 rom home Cot are large and I II ld lat G1 awaSSiJr'gr'JSf'SA -
Jry surface. Thoro stain n. BRMJ- Thermometers Paint.Store. 407 8. Orange. Arold ifT diamonds old .ol watb. by lease 1 desired. Lawrence : frontage. Oat .I M.. 87 I. O.nr 9553 o 6.
doors windows screened. A.1. t'15. Florida Bas CPEPoteslna h 2-3781. brocen Jewelry . Rt. S. an-A Orlando. I floors. 2 screened attached I DELANEY AVE.-Set on a 100x150 Adair. iii
funded N. J. 7452.INTERCOMMUNICATION.. type Beckman ft Sons. 139 N. Orange. prce 510.730.50. 100
%
In.ul. B.m. N. 5 C garage. Al foot landscaped lot. 0.L Loss.
1EouPJt 31 Oama 11. tn
102 W. Church. : t&Tn 53150.00 casb I
H.rd..r. PIANO Will 47. ohn for givthao.
.tt 3 pay 85 down. 85 Rooms for Rent IC 14 N. OR' C completely inspection, Open for
lame
I. pa7. .Wok a1at "a R, BATHROOM TILE ia Rust-Proof HO WAT HT 5 10. 2 monthly plus 6% interest-tor plano 612. "Specialising in *. ron a e *. Two screened Avnug. Gabel field office. Me4

jgIes o bu' ad ut matlle. AU coln Low P t CDact: in good condition. RCo.lbl "I AMERICA ST. 121.-Lake Lc.me COLLEGE PARK-Modern 3-bedroom !i : porches large rooms excellent location. Consirgetipu Oa.Netn.wvi.
'r
C Appliance .
; estimates. C I Or. RJ'S manent resident propr Choice cool attractive bungalow. Tile bath; attached Price 89.000 with terms. See
adlna. ida. 2323 N. orange: dial 6544.n Ave. We bay a Box 77Star.. owne. $750 and 810 n. I I rage 75 It. plot. Completely gaj j,I.Reggie Moffat with O. P. Swope.Realtor. =
of
and repair Also ICE aU numb used radio .! STUDIO ed an electric lamlb- 60 East Fine phono 9812, in A.l sinape si nicely fsrasaa.
iMtaH Uoa re- B VIOL-Kay with CL PL-oPlt good Each CQC-a 1 after ft tltbD a9.I I Electric
? *n a home and car radios.rtSr bow and Stm. BoU' 01 pr M Pr. hare eunnt Priced carS P.m : CLOSE IN-CooL Private b.t Rear, "r C. P. .: Ratr 10 !sfter office hour call 2-4080. occupancy.kitchen. Beady for tmms4ia 1

,; llw-l I Pak Are.. s, 7167. Ca &"I. bn.; .ta 094r WE BUY faroitur CaU oa be Grills.*. Reasonable. M ., : 2-3282. I II II EAST SIDE-Good 3-bedreom wnfur- paved strge FIrs rooms. high let om -
sterilizer "a ,
Wiotet Park; Ph. 619. BARB AND .t. rubl fore Orlando Furniture I nished home. "700. (2500 cash handle. $595Q4Q $1.5.OO C

l J" WOVE.W lem. refused. 19 N. 'rnn. Associated Stlu N. No. 2 Store. (IS W. Church C IN Pies r this see- balance easy. Roper Realty Church OHarra.Moore, Res.Hors

i LEAKS RA Prompt:, 8 300 .West Robinsoa. Phone JC CONTAINERS-Camp type c mpl Phone a. Onl .Ya 2-83. C&Gr. and Dbl r I CL tn'l bttr PA-Jme Insulated. and Main; 3-3433.
aoP.
.; 2- with c.rn hnde S8.23. WE PAY hlhnt cash price for old J Aela.C& W f.d EAST SIDE-Close to high schooL 501.5. On dwg.3
BABY BZD-e St c E P Phone Landseapml to a decree < Bca tUul 3-fc dreom bom, fireplace bigbway nicg
High I In DO-Double e
; chair- 8321 2-316. a tlae J.eU a al nom tion. 5 unusually spacious attic floor Price $1100. *, $200 dew. I
*ltD UPHOLSTERY c'&e laborne. Northacm. street, phone 7928; any cdtln Ct d MagnolIa rooms. fan furnace. small
Approved : INLAID LINOLEUM-Installed on L.a Church.I .I Offered a* a rare find In immaculate screened porches completely furnatned. monthly Payments Sir, slat
7 7ar PrIces methos. BAY CI :p Det (*ae. J G endtD. A fM 2501 E.watr DYL Telephone new lease OB 2JO your S WE BV DJOND.old. gold gar' American Plan Hel rd hor.I. Babcock .Jr. with Robert R C apartment, also furnished. (14.SOO.Known 971 N. Orange; puss. .
n. .
= o.3 & p can. At Ollddeaa.a. p aa 34 Orange, upstair .. fishing hunting f I 1 Realtor. 1 W. W'at. by appointment OPI:. Hampton
tConttnned
B Prk'l4W. Broker 531 N. Orang 5013. On Next Pawlr


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; [ConC. From'Preceding Par ) 51. Houses for for Sale 69.ork Wanted-Female 75. Used Cars for Sale ( rnftnr1
., Sale 5% Groves for Sale 56 Business Property I Mister Breger :_

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WINTER PAE-Tl roof, stucco LAKE FRONT GROVE on pared hIghway COURT LOCATION On COLORED OIL want part time or I CHEVROLET 1941 Special DL. I WED.. JULY 2. 1947 PAGE 15

; 51. leu'Rs, for sate Darld bungalow 10U. for 68.000. 20 .er. AU large bearingtrees TOUT HW Over 285 f. Irnt.. ' day 6 Jef.rl St.BRING Excellent 2-door san Two to condition.fro I ICumble f
Andrews. '
Winter Pak and condition. This Is oa bl.b.aF with over ft YOUR LAUNDRY to my .1
LANCASTER 8ECT10S Let mo (how 6&1. a h.aY producing erore. New Ir- dirt road. Can be sold in part la / home. 1018 West Robinson Ave. I Cars. 904 N. OaD.; hol 76. Trailers-Tracks for Sale

i 7"I thl del1bttl JbdrOI earn WINTER PARK. Her. .ntm. Wlndermer HcUon.Por whole. Priced low for quick sale. 2-4521 -
m. home. with tile roof see 8. T.r. A. 70. Work Wanted-Male CHEVROLET 31 coupe: good vnONO. 1941 ir. sleeps 4. Butane
and
pbfld&nt shrubs. To look at this tarate on four priced far spacious under Dollre. Broker: 2 W. Wuh.tn Aye, (near Maltland underpass mechanically:: 114. Wk711 Motors. fas store, cash. See Mrs. Cassady
I bouse U as food lt. ). Winter Park. /
a vacation school N.
1 the replacement Win take Lr BOY 19. hUh lrdu.t. 700 MUl Sanford Trailer Psrk.
tOuDtn. Oara. wit maid's as Jaw 81,500 17.15. 53 Acreage for Sale job learn trade.
as 4 APARTMENT BUILDING /
t
I TUo bath and dalD Pete. Peter Breen dO.1 PUleDcan G .want or air condi CHEVROLET .1939 business VAGABOND TRAIfcfcft .-Pre-war eontwvcUoa. -

wit".6 i c.ab eammi.110.. E. Pine; phone with O'Hr.Mor.. 109 CAM SITE-20 acres fronting on See income.Mr. Boerstler Lire In. OD Henry and Burch. tioning. r.Ir1e.ton wor day er night.Beginner' mechanicall A-I. See rte..: electric brakes stove asI

eeo Rnltr r 4 Control. Lake. near Stat Sanltorium. Broker. 8. Main wages 2-1625. S to 6.BLOCKLAYER leers at Holler Cevole 8 heater. Porch awning and sidewall
:
I 'CM WINTER PARK-Lakefront home. 2 Ideal for camp 1 2109.'I p as. window awnings Includes rsdio
Contact 418 B'oa ] YOU WANT permanent home AND HAval dishes bedding car hitch and helper
brom. 2-car pared home. owner a \ 41 beach
CHEVROLET :
FROHT wagon
-Beautiful 4-bedroora .arn. able; at reasonable springs $ 80. P. O Box 485
L 3 miles w'7'1' Income see this B-nnlt frame 1.. L Ne
alow. Ilret |! immaculate 81295.
Large, well landscaped lake yS. EAST-10 miles. 40 acres, apartment house overlooking lake.WalkIng In. 133O 19th 8tet. trou.bot..
from Brine Motors. 194$
Wykygyl
lot with Ural sand MUST SELL MT equity to
ro. Mtw.
building.
Just outside cleared: ; and work
bUeh a.II $20. of CARPENTRY WORK-Ne' or
Ideal for
} city but. swimming boating and flshinc. dltame tw. Plc. Studebaker for $382.
N. Main i-ton pickup
HO.1'.r. | Phone 1947 Town
WIU elve ctp cnYn Best of 3 location 125.0.rm.. rrpstrs. COltade 2-57. CHEVROLET Sda See at 2314 8. Mills.
eD" tern fo Clyde cn.'leUn 81.0.. 13 ACRES near Ln.r's Lola: Royal Broker. 2-672. or 26242.CONTRACTOR. Driven less than 100 miles.
r smaller horn la trad. Whit McKele. Brke. 1 Kl I Ir.J
Br St. High clay land . county or re- or trade. Terms arranged. R S.
Brokers. 814 N. )11.. 8-1688. S10OO P. O. wat blld Evans. 400 N. Orange Ave. Ph. 4771.
J WINTER pi. ra O.nr. 57. Real Estate Exchanged_ pair. Most any tld malet
KAINDWN PAK LIN PARK-3-bedroom. dDa B0 1 i B. Reiner, Box Zelwod. CHEVROLET-1946 Special DLe

f Lr.oeHae porches room., Urine room. 2 large 316 ACRES with one mile Ironta. HAVE 3-BEDROOM modern 1un11. in carpen t 4-door Sedsn. Two to ch LOANS LOANS LOANS
aatomatle hot hdte. pre llepl.ce. 2-.r garage tool on pared road. Just north Vine in select section. WIll ILl.'iDYANExprenc.d. and all Very low miles Jim Cumble Car.
house ..
CM. hardwood floors. lots of fruit Priced for sale at smaller whit home la nice section. N. Orange 2-4521.
\ It. I nd Calc1 16. I r // ) building maintenance work. Have 904
6OI1 shrubbery and shad Close
flowe. colored property.
Only 846. term. A Bros.. 235 M.I 7559. Or income bearing tools. Write or inquire 1180 CADILLAC Uk. new. Central
school and college. Furnishedor
AT*.. (near Box 75 81.r, Carlton ow Florida 13.. and Garland BORROW BY PHONTI
unfurnished .reasonable.
very DrY
Maltland underpass). Winter Park. Johnston H.nJ. Broker. 6 W. ChurchSt. 54. Lots for Sale NEW RANCH STYLE 2-bedroom __ or Cbe CokPut.breads dial 2-2424.

t NORTH aIEYol can bay this 2 Ph. Buildlnr costs home. Large wooded lot in excellent STWAR Bet rdeencel. CJVRL- 1Q39 2-door. Very CALL US-THEN STOP
for Beg BEERY SHORES- location. Jacksonville. Will ex- bdom New 2-bedroom rlbl. Motr IN FOR
8..40. THE SAME HOUR
bomesite now
WINER PAK r. Buy your for similar Orlando home t ,
p U onc. Walter W. earate. Beau I chance I P O. Box 658. DeLand. Fla. and Garland cal 2-244
ment N. Grant R, tiful wlU < In this beautiful section and build CaU Miss Barnes. 6114. THE CASH! $ to $300
Well built by owner. COOK work. AH
rCin desires DODGE 1942
:: .w non. your new home Jo suit. Walter N. I -
EEI'CE cp. a'lra.
;! 3358 N. Orant* Ave. Lot. 60x200 ft Only 86500. ter. Rose Investment Co. 49 N. Orange I I I 89 8-6tar. Exceptionally .
Vete'I P".t
: A. C. Golden. Broker. 1121 Manor office 3356 B.Oranl. 571. Beach Property share er. 1903 Jefferson phone Vet! Get cash ojsieUy ea your SunS'
Are. i WILL WORK share crop on I St.
f lando OI tnre. Auto FVmttue. CaR todsyl
NORT SECTION At Dubsdread. An. (near M.lUne under- basis farmer 12 yesrs.O. 21107. or
Passi. winter Park. BEACH HOME-Concrete Sucensl
6ro" blnl.lo. practically new. COUNTRY CLUB sec FN. 2 I T 203 W. Jackson. DESOTO-1947 Suburban. 9 passenger I
L Immediate sale. WINTER PARK-3 bedrooms. Urine DtBSDEA lots low as $495. eU7tr b.drom. bath all steel body white leather
4.0 old.
1 cash: or you linne It. Call and dining roml. modern kUehea tlon Lr.monthly. Hare tot large living rom. tlchn Hr ORLANDO, RIDEN.. 4 years Interior finished in 2-tone Chinese

Brldees with J. O. ) Realtor, talm.nt wih . building materials p.le vant's ea port married alto. heater, I GFC LOAN COMPANY
property. Completely furnished. mobile salesmtnxlesires position Gol. Raco. flad-v. W
or aundry shady lot. Cash orerms. i2'r .
.8Ll class dealers .
to' available. Property this high
I Anderson C. BoucheUe. some concern. Interested in any selling pre.
t 360 Edinburgh Dr. section is rapidlyIn 1.5. Bro Evans. 400 N. Orange Phone 71 East Robinson Phone 6795;
: irs. Renkel.WESTMOItELAND. bund t Icre.. 12 Sam Ave. New pro aiton Would Invest up t
SIDE New frame value. .hed of this Beach 55. 83,000 Box 95 4771.
t.
: 2 bed.
oe.asn. s.r.
NORT DR.. N.-3 blocks | I Increase. We some beautiful Pa. 0 I DODGE
built la tub- 4-door sedan.
wit shower to Lake Adalr. Spacious 1 1tome. large lots right the golf COCOA BEACH-Comfortable 3-bed 19 DLlx
3-bedroom on course.
plenty closet IP'c. partially furnished !i @ 71.. Airplane Sales and Service I Radio pit new rubber.
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l0x16.
Oak floors. Bus and Water sas and bus available.Pared. rom. lome. Clean
S1-6OO l.ht.
r..bDwde. Owner In. ft. from Bargain for ; I 'loulhouCO.l Motr
6. school ronrenienees. I! & Boland. b.rb <
I dellhtl C.r-'I Oer 1239
NORTH Near Rollins Av*. S-roora nellhbho Large Ihade Carln 672 N. Orange; 2- i sale. 81250 balance less i r2 ..".. . .,' AIRPLANE 'FOR SAEHo..re five 450 Sundays Colnal Dr. opn THE LATEST GOSSIP :
Pulsipher with
frame buntalow. in dandy H. P. .22534. than rent. Exclusive listing. : "fN place
tion. Ready to move Into. Price condi 10. Cal BI[111. wlU Car- .v.nlnl. Realtor Coo. Beach. VN HP engine with low hours and .' FORDS 1936 4-door sedsn. 1939

easy tr or each.,C. R. Emerlckt 85200. rllan Relor.., pho. 2- Or.nl. rAlVIL PARK Lots EECTION 8500-Next and I NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Large 3-bed 'Young man does this subway go to 125th'Street-" than 1OO hours ole majored. Ready 'I coup 16 N. Parramore. Call 6464 TOWN

.- 11& N. Oran.e: 1348. WINTER -Nearly new frame op. O.n.r.ohoL Phone 50x5.. rom house; elaborately lumlrh.d.Frnac. I to so anywhere. St.t Grove o 2-7351 after pm. ABOUT
PAK Fla.
Zellwood.
; street: HOLDEN heat; close in. and handy to __..__ __ ____ __ __,_ I FORD-1946 2-door sedsn. Very low
NORTH-$3 00ft cash tire !melat surrounded land.Fine u .."c
you possession possession. sold this SHORE&Rr.trlet. Fruit tree. 1.3 acre ;ULvnasV -CEn... mileage, fully equipped. S1895. R. '
ot tl new tin-furnished educed to I .e.l. bal- bautfll Lakeprivileges. conltrcton. and In modern 60. 'Business Opportunities_ 161. Bank Loanc-Srvleew! Will take al.n or new car In I 8. Evans, 400 N. Orsng Ave. Phone IT YOU WANT A CLEAN CAR
nre termite dry rot rof home. ante 8.8.. 1.0 cub. Lt l0x4. 1.50 this style: J. La ,trade 1205 Co 4711.
lot 100x175 on 2 street 86. wit I' week. P. Wbeler B. 110.50. SU Rr"j'O"ne. ; SEE HARLEY WADSWORTH ;
to.; 1 N. ).I; Darts. Realtor. 104 E. Jefferson 31 W.sbnatol lets I fWIN ENGINE on Grumman FORD 1941 New
Extra ln. 1y1 room with large : since INSTALLMENT LOANS cost you r.tl. instrument. 4or aca
picture dinette modern 2-164. ) F.. BUIES. OPPRTt 4S W at First Bank. Compare nird.e P.IYr cel Sde me-
Natona .
kitchen, hall WINTER PARK Near large lake OCEAN FRONT- -rom cottage for Pn. 2-108. 5 for Veteran's Orlando Aviation.Country Price
tilfloor these the loan is cndtOI.
,. bathand LAKE HOWELL-Near Maltlaadj Central Steele. costs. lo Ue.
rent. Furnished except for linens. I Club Ph. Winter Park 863. See IT YOU WANT TO SELL .
shower 2 and convenient to Orlando. 196.
bedroom 8.34
with is 93-Payments .
larce closets T large lakefront lots S 100. you get $ ,
Price 10.0. morttaie $7.000 payable a commodious bungalow of 3 rom. beautiful of lake. .eommandln country Are.By week.. Mf. D.v 339 N. Atlnti. I 8 150. you set 139-Payments 12,50 I VETERAN FLIGHT TRAG FORD- 1940 Supr DeLux* 4-door YOUR CAR SEE

.. 0 month Frank Creba. ath. glassed sleeping prch vi. good fishing lake. Bacb. Ford. s zoo you set 186-Payments 16.67S Single and mulU-nlle ,tl. S.d.t condition. Jim
$ screened front Is 60 300. 279 Payments 25.00 ,Job training 904 N. WADSWORTH
R..ltr. W.tl Phone prch Te 81500. Contact owner 418 Broad you lt C.n Orange; phone HARLEY -
2-1,0. \ f. wide and 1m. nice fruit way. 58. Real Estate Wanted CITRUS PACKING BOOSE-12 cars 8 400. you 372-Payments 33.34 ,Cal Ryan Field. Apopka f'. 2-21
.. I per day capacity. Located in Cbs
you hare we S 500 you set
S NORTHEAST SECTION Her* la a may 1 able to 85.00 caa. LANCASTER PARK-Nature's residential ACREAGE. Homes and Groves. I heart of the citrus belt. Completelyequipped $1000. you get 465P.ment 416. 72. for Rent FORD-1940 Super DeLuxe converti I

real buy 1 the me priced good deal for you. The kitchen handiwork. Drive thronshand need at once 3 and 4bedroomhomes. with modern machinery Ucludlnc > I Above 12 months. Autos-Truck ble; coupe. New paint. Excellent con YOU CAN
... bracket. room car lara see beautiful park. 100 ft. field boxes. Office building month7 p'J.nl dition throughout. Jim Cumble Cars.
condition equipment and some other items will thl well located. Ph 2- 64. J. A. .. 15 are smaller. CAR-RENTAL n C.:-High grade Insured 904 N.
(,. Must b.O. K..Prcee by at only b* Icld.d McNutt-Heasley. Real plot. !J. MO" Broken 132 L Ohio. Real Et.te. 108 S. Cour. with I offices Included. Priced below Louis Figures include life Insurance to pay cars by week or season t Orange t-4521. BUY OR SELL

: chaser. If interested ,see Mr. pur- tors. Washington lt Phone : 6977. ACRES homes businesses and .ctualvmtn. For details see loan in case of d .th The FirstNational mponsible people. Call 6159. 36 FORD1936 4-door odn. Rad.

at once. O. P. 60 M.n 106. LANCASTER PARK-Besutiful buildIng groves. Buyers waiting. Courtney Deln. 27 W. Washington Beck at 4th lor. Livingston' Ave. Colonial heater, .G tires HERE WITH CONFIDENCE
S.op. I site; out of owner says Realty; 392 N. Orsnte: dial 2-2471. SU 842. Motra 1239 E Colonial
: gtreet: after hOlr. call S076.HORTHWEST St.t D VARNER U-DRIE-I-Drlv I Dr 2- Sunday.
sell. This is For _
-.'. WIT PA-EcUenUJ located your oplrlnlJ. BUNGALOWS-Have 14 buyers for yourself, low .
this -Near school .ne ba 01 One uU particulars see houses 86000 and 63. Loans Up to $300 D. Varner U-Drtvr-It. le 234 W.Central FORD- 1946 Super fset.uxe 2-door
roomy fr. .t..en tnc.
dence offer 9 'HI.tr r. lock RW" Collete H blot Realtor 21 West Washington 6. One cash blue for eon rte$2.0. Ave. Phone ad.n Two to Chol Irom Jim HARLEY WADSWORTH
.5.. dining lvl. rom from Cilb and library 2 Pone 8106. home. Must have AUTO. Furniture. Diamond lu Csrs. 904 Orange; phone
SYSTEM
sarag ro. Ilthen.* Unusually-low blocks to bl.lae. .eUon 2 lanebedrooms. LTFor sale by owner 3 in Col-. scieened porch.12.0. have you? DRIE IN GRILL Economy Finance HERTZ Trucks DRIV-URE for rent 2-4121. 61S N. ORANGE

.t Ln..o\. Weir System. Urine rm room. 50x140 each. Reasonably White Bros.. Brokers; 824 N. Mills: Bune.Manager. 1006 Metal-BuUd- hour day or week. Low rates. 375 ORD-1941 Super DeLuxe 4-door se
628 E. Pine 4841. tltchen. large porch front irlced. call E. L Wade, 2-2920. 2-1688. Drive-in Restaurant and Barbecl. 2-O339- bJ. Orange phone 24064. dan. New paint and runs PHONE 3897
? I and rear screened garage.'rice. with beer and wine license on exceptionally I Cumbie 904 N. .o.J.
-. ORANGE AVE.. Just off Business 88750, Prehe. LAKE FRONT LOTS-In Interlaken BUNGALOW UTIG&A apartments heavily traveled U. 8. CASH LOANS-Quickly made on fur- JIM CUMBIE Ca. -$.
and home Small D. lurnl.he.. Unusual. City conveniences. Ie Well located nitnre, autos and diamonds. Or- model cars. U-DRVE.I week 4 FORD- 1941 Super DeLuxe dab
t._ able home. lo.tn. cmfor, plellon 139 Wowad. Exclu- stricted. Nydegger Inr. Co. SOS : groves homes and lots Wilbur Strick Hllh.aJ Itrecton. trade. lando's own Home Finance Co. 314 month. Competitive daJ. 804 N coupe One owner car. Jim CumbieCars.

Realtor; 140.. trm. .Htn AY.'Iv Winter r. Park. Phone 19.Enlan Colonial Dr.; dial 8065. land. Broker; 23 W. Cur h: 6675. Good Jele. Grossing Winte 184,0.Pak atoually. -\ Meta It Bids. Dial 2-0304. Orange; dial 2-4521. . 904 N Orange: 2-52.

ORANGE MEMORIAL SECTION WINDERMERE ORWIN MORU' feet Nottingham GAS STATION-Wanted two by Fri For cult sale accept MONEY FOR EMERGENCIES I I OLINS U-DRIVE INC.-New cars FORD-1938 .eor sedan Very

Close 3-bedroom house: wired frame tub New 2-be rom 4. Part of .. day. One with lease one to sell $21,000. Contact Ceo. F. Brass R.all takes Just a short time t set I for by 'I. week or month. clean. Olin's .. 142 N. QUALITY CARS

for phon. 1 years old. Cnfurnlshed. constructed .n .howe.home. well-fur Block 20. Price 81850. I. C. Arwood. property .11. Gardner Real Estste. Co. 19 E. Ccttral Ave. Phone here. Florida Credit. 21 Pine let Nor rnt tP. 2 locations. 24 N. St. Phon44. Gnl.ne

A any wouldb. 11 Crimes St.. Cocoa. 29 S. ; 2481.GROVESHOMEBUSINES. .t.lrwaJ east of Grand T.at.r.QUICK I Orange and If. FORD 1936
klthel wom'l b.p nished. Electric .te better 1947 Ph 2-81. 14 eoacP. Mechanically 194 PONTIAC Streamline Sedan.
py use. A non asphalt tUe; electric rang and refrigerator washng IAL TERRACE-Beautiful building List CASH LOANS Furniture I O.rln. 2-34. good also tr. .o. $5. Phone

tomatic h.atr electric store; machine etc. Corner tot. ZOOs lake view and lake fronts. a..rw" FOR OR LEASE-Mill work note and auto ioan$. 2hourHn- 2-2980. 1948 DODGE PICKUP.

ell circulating screened in 167. Call 5529 A. T. Daris. .registered Attractive prices. Car Tegder. Derel- Realtors. Chenault a Jennwl. Ic.. SA offices complete with ice Family Lan Co. 501 Florida 73. Auto Service HUDSON 1942 coupe. Good

front prdl Deep lot. 88900. Ter. broker, 33 8. Main. eper. 31 N. 442. 672 N. Orange production machinery for sash and I Bank Bid-. R .Callis. manager. condition S.. cub W. Church 1942 PACKARD CLIPPER Sediav.

This last- tons. Can H M A PINE HEIOHBRoD' open GROVES Home.bu.lae5 property doors electrically operated. Located Phone 2-1661. AUTO-BRAKE JOBS and wheel St. Prvat. owner. 141

Volllck with 1 Daniel Kolar, Broker for I SHERWOOD FOREST Beautiful I "ante. you want to sell call Fairbanks Avenue between Orlando alignment. 1-day service Whel LA "
areIv 8ALLE 1937 CADILLAC 63" Sedan.
206 8. Main 7811.ORANOE enlderaUoD Reconditian- 1941
; large rooms; two T.re. dou- shaded lot. Highest spot in town. me. hae buyers waiting. Richard aDd Winter Psrk. Louts E. Oabe:. balanced while you wait A ed. new paint I.
BLOSSOM block ble 1 An ideal for your future home 1 H. Ila.672 N. Orange; 2- O.n.r. 19 Ratland Phone LOANSBy Prange &Sons, 1010 W. Church to tra. Must see
TRAIl garage and nice yard. Price I Ph Budn. VACATON appreciate Boa 97 1941 BUICK Special Sedan.
Reasonably terms.
east. 4 rooms ; with terms. Better priced easy For 1 099. I 8383 I ALIGNMENT Free .
screened-ln- orch. Bit lot 1.5 Irot : letting us help yon finance your repairs by '
III prte possible. Call O'Ha. FILLING STATION Grocery. Excel Prompt eapr me- mileage 1941 CHEVROLET Club Conpe.
t. Tla .I at 109 E. Pine: 2-838. .ltn 4le. HOMES WANTED-We need 2. 3 and lent possibilities- with separate : voatO. you can enjoy It to Its . one-stop G. back-up lights radio, J.ter. fog lrbt.
7811. with J.Daniel Ph.
1. 4 bedroom homes furnished or nfurnlshed. utmot. fr. from money troubles. year's S 30O N. Orange .1.lbt. WI
WHATEVER YOU NEED A home home in rear. S1SOO down takes "lc. ten Park. Deluxe-
Kola. Broker. 208 S. Main. PARK Lake Snowies- priced for immediate tale ove.Wm Fast service. Strict 399. 1941 CHEVROLET Special
business WIT AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Experienced -
ORWCi MANOR-3333 Pelham Road. choice property farm property, Drive section). Po Joe G. Myers Realtor 29 W. Wash Mathewa with J. D.me Iolar. privacy. Simplified loaf method eliminates prompt service "ERCRY-I9 lan Will trade Sedan.
For comfort plus pleasant groves or Insurance-See Harry pective home should ington. Dial 8881 Broke. 208 8. Main. 81. red tape. make loans for m.ch.nlc 120
Urine E. Morse & Co. bude. or 638. W. good parts accessories ltk U1 trck
see this 4-bedroora horn of but Insurance of Eustlt.Real Fla.Ea.U and these choice Wintr tots as tow GROCERY STORES-Wett located. all otbe. purposes to. Loans 810 to tires. stok.. Inc.. W. .ne West Pine !tr.t.MOTORCYCL136. 1941 FORD Convertible Coupe.

hollow 'U.. Completely as 8295. 1/3 do.n balance in small HOUSE Modern 3-bedroom 2-batn 8210. SSSOO .90.Will give $ trsl: 2-3153 234 Indian .

ready for oIP'D. Pric, 815,750. monthly Utilities .vl home wanted. Exclusive section. Roper Church 1m. .. paint. $4". 1939 BUICK Special 2-door Sedan.
I
able. A look will satisfy. . Family Finance Service Inc.. 32 W.I BODY FENDER repairing and
Cnn Realty. 392 K. Ore; Call Mr. Smith with Henry Burch Main; 2343.mOHWAY AN. Call 2342. Geneva Fla.
FINE. SPANISH across Boland. Ine- Owners. Carrigan Bide Central. Phone 9857. Estimates ladlJ given.
Sboa. 2-241. fine golf m 672 N. Orange: Broker: 1 S. Main: 2-109. GRIl Bar and Package Satisfaction guaranteed_ Varner NASH-U40 eonnrtlble. Amba.ad"
ALMER furnished bun- atU. $1.0. 2-5. Store "6". $750. These cars geld with s 30 day $nsrsotee. -
S-lel Orlando-Winter HOME WANTED-Northern buyers lvnl quarters. Close in. 234 W. Central Ave. Phone 2-3153. Cal Witer G.rdel.
salow efficiency Pak aeUon 4rm 100 FT. ON OCEAN.-South of Flagler doing 2205-White. .
house ft. end Investors inquiring daUy forbU'lnel good bulnes. Fully equipped.Perfot BRAKES REPAIRED-We all or We pay cash for used car*
apartment separate 10 leeed-1 Are. 845 per front Kreis lupplJ Service in Winter .
entrance. Garden.NASH1938
including
hnln f. homes and farms. Strout -
.
and loaUon
: handle. 118.50 63. your auto needs; gas
atiful 81. teal Estate. Coronado New Mortgage Loans aia W.a
flor. ivory woodwork.Furnishings Br.nch Realty, 318H W. Colonial. some all I *
New 5po" home on nice Smyrna Beach.EXCELLENT .proper7. and on Dixie Sales a W. Ambassador 6'4dj
tud. new Venetians at $1250. ; value op i South Boone St. sedsn. Radio. be.te. overdrive. J. C. McKELLAR, INC.
electrio lot .erlt.d
water LAKE FRONT LOTclose exceptional
terms Gecrse H. Kit-
beater rerer.tr. help your home at HOUSE WANTED-We have pros F.H.A.--.Long.term. low-rate. CAR WASHING and polishing by Mechanically perfee. owner car.
in. Only 81,050 on terms. tredte Son. 2-3178. Gonr. appointment.
beater. lalad tlba bit oaks for shade. your price and location. H. F. Boland. Realtor..Carrigan Bldg for 2. 3 and 4-bedroom a R.alor ment-Insured mortgage for For prompt and expert Or.lnal. . Coonl.l Motor.1239 -YOUR PACKARD DEALER"
Income from apartment S60 E. F. Slayton. Realtor 32 E Fine; 672 N. Orange: homes In good locstions. Can W. B. HOTEL-Completely eQulpP. 40 bedrooms building, buying or refinancing. Oil service call B & J Service Dr., 2-353 Blnd'7.

Gua. Near lake *>ua. phone 6651. 255.TWO Niholsn Realtor. 2-1619, 14 E income in .- I or see Joe O. Myers. Realtor. 29 W.Washington I corner Boone and Jackson. Sltol OLDSMOBILE.-1941 4-door sedan. 342 N. Orange Ave. PhS14T

mnt P. P. abl with LTS. lox135. .otb"HL MaI S\ cash payment as no'I ss I St. Phone 8881. 2332. New paint new tires. Olin's Used
17 ter..r. o LUBRICATION Shellubrlca-ion
and terms arranged I I
104 .o bth 10. the scientific, Csrs. 242 N Orange Ave. Phone
91
C R&tr. J.Ue.la. .
& at 5% thoroull lubrle.ton
ance Photographs 2-4814
2-1649. A REAL DREAM HOUSK-.Unusual Sta.BUlO HOUSE WANTED-We bar prOpct I HOME LOANS We want to help Every

; SCHOOL. SECTION design tl large lot. 2 b.dom LOTS-Select your home for modern S and plete d.-al. ,at our oUle. P.n buy a home or build a new lne,01 or 'ol rranlJ'. Smoth 70a runninemecnanical PLYMOUTH. 193S 4-deer sedan.
PRINCJN construction in the attractive Dub. If your house is for sale can Allen Cll. ( 507 BuUdll. Radio.
; bartam. 3-bedroom New We will give you prompt amee. alur.d you. Sat. 1810 Illinois Avenne
A house. Elegantly furnished. All other d.ta& which will .interest you. aU dread Country Club section. LU Jobnson.. Realtor 140 N. Orange. 'l flee hours 9 to 2 during "ek; 9 to response prolonf P.r hadtoreplaeepat I PLYMOUTH 1937. 4-door. DeLuxe JULY SALE
Close school,
and 8612. .
: modern Hardw'aod The are out of this Ilz.. t 'Spl.Usina In Homes. INCOME ESTABLISHED *n this farm -Saturdays.. First- rerl Savings and dryln. easy, sle cedsn with radio very good engine.
Ilr and cnnDeae. Equipped orldand. include an all-electric terms. Pr ruonablp. c.b o HOMES-Groves. acreages and busi- properly and it's an exceptional opportunity and Loan Association Orlando 6 pleasure. .' South.r $325. 2640 K Central.

electric refriserator. New gas .10 kitchen. A price that will In- BrO N. M.I I ness. 33 years of experience free o room house completelyand E Fine St. Orlando. Fla Stores. 692 N. Orange: dial .
Ito*. 8r.ral Ian Lars you. Good terms. Call GeorgePaThter property appraisals and prompt ac I nicely furnished. 14 acres of land I RADIATOR PONTIAC-1941 sedan 6: olean. nice BIG SAVINGSon

corner 100x190. coll. with Asher Peter. Realtor. 55. Country Property for Salt lIon. Sam A. HltehU Broker 4Ofl la all. 2 in erove. 5OO to 1000 broilerewill LOANS on alt types of Ions csrs. REAGA mat car. Trade smaller car. Sell quick.

ed. 1 lane assorted lndcap 70 E. Central; 2-81. S. Orange. 2-583. be incladed. with 8 electric brood- i or short terms: low proper, per radiator cores for replacements Owner. Call 643 W. central ..

OWe leaving. Fr wick sale t.1 I LISTINGS WANTED-Clients ers. 2 jersey row.1 a mll.r; horse. 'I ate 1"lc. Hsrlow a. Fredrick. 118 Call T. Walker Radiator Shop. 621 PLYMOUTH 4-door: clean andPONTIAC
Busch with BIG LAKE CONWAY SEcON- E. w.ltI. I tractor and C s5und thnouehout: $563. WykyylMotors.
cub F. Slayton. Realtor equip'N. Ave. Phone 8188. W. ; dial 5933. '
bungalow. 2 PIISt I ment. Laundry house and tool Orln C.ntrl .
i' Hutthln Orante; 2-8J. BELIEVE OR rom : .. phone 6651. | 700 N. Stills. MANY ITEMSof
r NOT electric large screen Land aU under fence. Broiler sales already i
PAR AVE. WTo may not be able rm.porch. 100 Iltb.n.. garage and I! LISTINGS WANTE1> .Homes. groves established. Price only MORTGAGE LOANS WANTED-FOX' I 73-1. Auto Parts-Accessore -1940 Torpedo 4-door sedan -

t own, your own Golf Course but I ofe a new moer 2-bedroom car 20 large bearing fruit tree. rentals. Let us help you sell your Ray Lennon with Joe O.13,00.SN your Surplus funds we have good An accessories. Olin's Ine.
o.can own this home next door 1 a pretty AU pr.privileges. Will sell property. Hall Bros. AencJ. 112 N. Realtor, 29 W. Washinstoa. Dial 6638. first mortgage 6"r losns. We offer i FRONT END REPAIR PARTS now 142 N. Garland St Phone 2-4347
New fram bungalow unfu Orlando lake for 84950; 1215 cash. without furniture. Immediate possecslon. 01- Oranre. dial 5189.UTNGS one for $3800.00. 34.500.00: 37.10000 available for almost any make of PLYMOUTH 1940. S79S. Mrs. S
RADIOSPHONOSand
ale snoops completely 150 per month. Ask Aaer Pete. Harlow Fredrick. Broker. 118 and 87.500 00. For details caU our auto. C. A Prance a Son 1010 W. Eneathen. 3001 Kuhl Avenue, rear -
t Itea a bedrooms til* bath and Relor. cor. Central : N. Orange. Dial 8188. LAKE FRONT-ORVl- Chicken Mortgage Loan Department. 5593. Church. phone 8811. apartment .

: circulating oU heater attached WANEWe. have a I!i room 3-bedroom. house r2be 7- O'Harra-Moore. Realtors. 109 E. Pine TIES 4 used 16 x 7,50 heY PACKARD 1938 sedans Good tires.

tarag Price $11,000-ta elb COUNTRY 1916." I proper '! conveniences. approximately 6-ply tle and tubes. First 8550 takes It. W. D. Wagner
Brine your check book and lt'l Ask PROPET"Sin. "He : ties. ROES Kay Anderlol. Broker. I boxes citrus chicken 25 REAL ESTATE LOANS Low cost! Phone 7940. 11 Bumby. Morrison's Csfeteria COMBINATIONSTABLE :
Frank Ceb Realtor. 507 BY OWNER-Two 3-bedroom furnished probably knows." R.altr. Main. I 3T3 N. Orange; med .. To buy. or refinance
68J. and Owner mey buUd TIRE Reduced to PACKARD-1941 club coup Radio
Building homes. 250 rn aer. 8120. SAI 65x1.
2-110. .. ft h.h.7troatal. LAKEFRONT BONQAIX3W i take for r.sb Gould willsJohnston and The hom.j e..r .tol J. c. MoKellsr. heater, good tires. Exceptionally I APPLIANCES
PRINCETON AVE IS W"n1 over '.cre tiful deep clear water lake bau j'j'i Broker 6 W. Department of First National B.u 342 N. clean throughout Colonial Motors.
1 Av.
and pric Call Winter 1 .
Orlando. onJ : at Orlando second floor.
1l. ; : !
minutes from Orlando. 2 bedrm LAKEFRONT PRPERTIE I am Church St Phone 6&4. i 1239 E. Colonial Dr. 2-0353. Open
kol bouse. Furnished or unfur Pak. and Nice screened receiving homes. j Z 71. Wanted Sunday IncludingAUTOMATIC
c.ll
Dll pt income property 24th. ST. 1417 W. off Rio Orand. b.th value at $ prch.. Rea.Me A lakefront ,rovl. .latlront acreage! I i I Autos-Traier PONTIAC 1940 Torpedo sedan.Rsdio.
Tl11. New 2 rooms screen porch. 2 loU. OUK Realtors. ExclusIve small and Your listin RATES: LOW AS 4* AUTOS IBOW3
WANTED Will ,
A.nt. Jae tracU. MOTOR COURT Good aces are IT A pay hIghestcash heater good tires. $795 for
REWAtt.cU. welIbuli$3.1 water el.ctrlctp. Clear deeds. 11. N. Orange Are. Phone I will re and money makers and this I* one Imprye properle in Orlando price fo your car. Ollns Inc. quick sale 1178 Carlton Dr.

.. b.t In tip-top ATTENTION dotr.dentists! Stew. On 5 of most excel action. Wm. O. R.nche. 28 X. Wash. the bet TOP location in Orlando. o and P.rk brokerage. 142 N. Garland. 2-4 or 242 N. Oranee. PLYMOUTH ELECTRIC TOASTERS
RUR ington. Phone -1936 coupe. Good condition
W .
condition. Lars with nlc rooms. Oarage. Bettes Company
I.de. moerl.t that wIll grow anything George Painter with Asher 2 2-81. New .
paint and tires. $44*
alb and fruit trees. Spacious Colnial. Just "Isht for office are these 2 furnished houses bU I NOTICE-Price It to sell and call Peter. Realtor. 70 I central; 2-786. Washington St. Phone 8513. AU WANTED-Highest 414 N. Parramore. ph. 2-0803. PRESSURE COOKERS
prlc.
and and Broker. electrically equipped which !, Claybaugh. Realtor 5613.
ur. laDr. G Jebbr 1.50. Ho.are same I used cars. See L. .
N. Main o PLYMOUTH 1940 2'door sedan.
t ltrea 3 ; place to lire also Income. Situatedon ring since 23. Central Florida Motors Garland Also

and School. Owner lear*. BUYERS-Contact cb.ulh ReaWtor. a beautiful little sand bottom OUR PROSPECTS are looking for I MAIN lunch 61. Help Wanted-Female .a Jeferon Ph 2-2424. Nisht. Motors.Priced Jefferson to emil. Central Florida

make. ote. Immediate' occupancy. Phone 5613. rl1 lake. Plenty of shade citrus and assorted 10m.and income property. What I HOHWAV-R.t.ur.nt estab 22424.BTUDEBAKER41. and Garlandi dial SINKS AND CABINETS

& Realtors, 118 E. Rb Inca 23. Good bU7.Tell me .b.t Irlt. This is an Ideal settinc. rv Clyde McKenzie Broker I rom. lo. profitable BEAUTICIAN-Senior preferred withfollowing. WANTED-WiU buy
bu.le.
lulu35.. 701 wantWE very private. Close to t.n. B Main. Phone 2-4775. Completely equipped good See or call Miss Monck. AtOMOBI sell Commander 4-
SUBURBAN-New 2-bedroom bunta and cea .tok.. phone 4014. _. your cat Auto's door: exceptional in every way 5 ELECTRIC WATER
LOCATED room house Con Pee 11.0. .arl. WE YOUR HOUSE seU Excellent location. & at auction every Thursday
low. LOU 100x137. Lake rlew. 83600. I A. T. Carter NI t TECHNICt-N-Appiy. HolJ $1095 Wykyg-yl Motor 70O N. Mills. -
blk platued. Ol he.'a'Our 9516. E Pie. will com see Howard 83750 per month. $2500 cash. LBORATORY RobEOn's Motor AICtOD. HEATERS :
81000 down. save : : dial 7325. \ Call at our Altamonte office seeHomer Salary open. Durham Orange BI0lm STUDEBAKER 1941 ChampIon

Garlr R.&Xstate. 29 8 Court. home. P. O. Box 2361. 100 ou. )ODEN Swell. call Winter 'Yonns Hospital. Leesburg. Fla-. Tat. Drive to appreciate Central Flor
D.
CHICK PA- .an..e VARNER
.hn'-48.88tMC.r ,. WE HAVE BUYERS wanting grove Park. 8-8394 phone 637. INC. wants t buy your ida Motors-. Jefferson and Garland; FANS From room to attlcl
HOW AND DROVE- acres full duck. business properties and For I auto or truck and pay top diet
4upl&concrete ralenctaerore.. 9-room rus trees. ""drom. blnlalow. completely Immediate sale list with bom.. A. Exclusive with Hackel-ON Ret MAN OR WOMAN-With demonstrat-J': prices Immediately. D. Varner Ine. 2-2424.
house; gas and electricity pared Ower will take llson. Realtor. 37 W. Washington.A tors. 118 E. Robinson: 23753. ine or ssles experience preferred. Studebaker Sales and Service. 234 WItLYS-l946 Station Wagon Fully

Partially flrha The 8120 mont rod'1.0. Mr.. Runes with B.r city house as. par payment. Robt.,< WANTED .. NEIGHBORHOOD grocery sod meat Automotive knowledge helpful. Driv W. Central Ave. Phone 2-3153. equipped heater, overdrive Priced Reductions
ly rental DeU on ceiling Inc. Broken 677 L Pryde. 668 N. Orange Marketable property. We New goad stock. er's license necessary. No canvassing.Write to seU. 81895. R. S. Evans, 101 W.
86000. hl AS* AsherPeter.. mal Oowil give aur.ln Ilesmanh.T. K. S make 'Qulpment Price P. O Box 1983 FLY MOTOR IC., will buy 11 Central phone 5296.
for the
1855.
lt
Ral'r.. c. &and M'I a 1 A MOST attractive 2-bed 25&e.P ." Confidence-Deal With B..t1.Arcde'. Re'ltr.. 8L Centr $ Jea. Hal cash. If the price Is not SAL BL Experienced in ready dollar. See US 70lr at 200 W. Central 01 ?6. Up to 50%

room home buUt of frame and con right offer. Exclusive with small wear. Apply to Phone 5416 Trailers-Tracks for Sale
$SOUTHEAST A-roott frame cottage block in the Northeast section SANFORD (NEAR)-10 acres wit FOR IMMEDIATE RESULTS-List Potter. H.na.Goodwin. Inc.* 677 N. Mir McPhaul'at the Darling Shop.
complete but with crt_ and four-room house. Electricity your property wit oeo. H. Klttredse. Orante. GET CASH IN 5 MINUTES Anymake ALMA-The most livable trailer
three with attached
garage 1855.PHOTORAPHI
HOME with responsible
.I a J'*. a "anal for 1.2. Call stationary tubs. Nice hardwood Dor. road.for Irrigation.4 wells 2 10wlnl. Land is tiled Phone. 2-3176.Realtor E Central' Are STUDIO Com SHE.NICE lady; rent free for or 501 moel. St.rle-Aaande. borne in the world We hare 2

1. Mortkl Wt' O'ar.lor. beautiful picture windows. HOI b II less than the Pllp.d room. Cameras companionship. Lena Lawson. Motor.. 1. Orn. PhO' brand new ones reduced $400 in ASSOCIATED STORES
R.ln 109 2-138. excellent grounds cost to put in tile. Only 86750. ClyteMcKenxle. LTGS WANTED-orores. homes d.rl photographic Rt. 1, .Ml. price. Easy terms arranged on aS
1. Pn. coldtoa Broker. 1 8 Main. 2-4775. B. Realtor, FRANK HEED really knows how trailers. Open Sundays and hon-
: and
spacious unde 19.0. C Dav supplies. For sale at a duet t
IU8..rl. 2-bedroom Price f wit. term Ilbbr. 3 ft. on pared road 2-1MI. other business doount J. WAITRESS WANTED-Experienced. set the high dollar for your days. Prank Reed Trailer Sales. 201 143 M. Orange Ave. 8300
terms. 7 ACRES20 i.n
Pfh. Inteu.t. 6 days a week. or equity. Cash In Why N. Orange Blossom Trail
house. Well WU.m'l Rat.unnt.
tone and lots., house trailer. Carter Realtors. 70 K. Fine. Call "aden Price. 2-014. 126 W. tv miut. ..
give 'em
Only 854)00. Call Mr. Mowrey with A. T. Carter. 9516. and young Irl trees. $.00. U WE THE you RESTAURANTS-.-Several Orange away? CHEVROLET-1936 pickup, privately
King Real Estate. cash or cash. I a hare V PPEC. nIc SHARE MY NIC HOME with responsible 201 N. Orange Blossom T.U. '8J. owned, good condition and
E. 4-ROOM HOUSE. 2 porches. 4 as Ave. Close paint
S4M. -open Sunday.3 Cur .n corner. U sold within lt good buy. w. A. "eKenne. Broker today. Robert L. L'. & wt. 668 at lotln. with !t.rn exchange for e.r PONTIAC WANTED-All models including Job. ladder racks. 8425. 1813 N
I 4950.Cheney HllhwaJ. N. 2-4596. 860. Her.n of 2 children. 9 and 1 yrs. Widowed 1947. Or Olds. Dodge or Orsnge.
orjTHEAST'Own.r extra lots thrown in; aU this for Orn. Ine.Broker; 677
leaving mutt
N.Orac
0.1
en 2'bunt-alow. Attached 82750. Mr. Stone with M. D. Bailey, SPECI OFEGMak money Confidence- & With I mother .orkc Ph 2-95. other Colonial clean car Ave.Stiver Pontiac, 62Went CHEVROLET-1947 DeLuxe Sedan de R. S. EVANS

Strage Realtor. E. Church; phone "Pryde.LISTINGS. fcwy. 600 true miles
Plot. Completely 3 476. pu RESTAURANT and fountain. A Jim Cumbl* %
tarnished wit'Itmat hot water .NEAR. CENTER of city. 3-bro try I.r. $hens now money maker. Can be bought for' 65. Help Wanted-Male Cars. 904 N. Orange; phone 2-4521
*'; 67500.ttS case e.a day. Sold at 818 per WANTED.-We hare the S3.OOO cash or owner CHEVROLET- 1947 1-ton DAILY DOZEN
rrer.t. bls. Jbe Immedl.t ou- place. 1200 growing pul $7wO BOYS-16-18. Apply person only. pick UP
< rai on buyers It you hare the property. 1 8. EVANS PAYS
10 C Shlmwa7. Realtort R.aanable. 208.NEW laying In 3 months. A modern ..for one year or longer Drive-In R MORE truck. 153 actual miles. Jim
14 N. 233RIBOUpWEST'sECTION gas CaU A T. Carter 9516: Jamaol I for 84.300 per year completely equipred. Te.te.BOKEE Cumble Cars, 904 N. Orange, phone 12 outstandIng buys HstexJ difly400 -
home 4 bedrooms completely furnished
HOME rom. equip Car.r Main and James J. Rackett. Realtor 1317 Drop into any one of our 3 Orl'Dde 2-4521.
WAEMu b
-He is a a- acres. 82500. ; 2Va of productive soil 3newly for
I an appraisal
bedroom hem not .at completed menet.. rom.. gas equipment, etc. built.11101... accommodating I I'S FOR BALE give us a chance pot.BUsh" dial Blvd.Opposite 7588. ACLRR_ D I exp.rened. .fai. Deat lo.tD. phol DODGE-.-.1947 La-ton pick up truck.

wr Uvable. A'good bl on*, who 82.000 down per month, Splendid 500 eob. Oarase. you. A T. Davl.Registered f I nent position. preered to Mr. Priced U seU. Jim Cumble Cars N. ORANGE
ants to finish to ) own 82- country home furnished and work and Abun Broker. 33 S. . 5529. RESTAURANT and bar. Orange Bkwsom Richards. 267 ApPl m.1 Ave. 904 N. Orange: phone 24521. DIAL 4771
ZSi Easily finasre&.pe citrus chicken ePi.:1::: citrus Trail la city. Telephone 9370 Welbue
:8 equipped. grore. bearing trees WANTED HOMES Dp to 3 and 4 Winter Park. FORD-1938 tI ton. For further information
WYKYGYL -
SllrLl111* ', Boietel Co.. equipment etc. 812.500. McKelrey.. subtropical fruits. Take advantage of on and near lake Jn after J.m.SIRVICE MOTORS w.nU clean .
PLYMOUTH
bdom. please telephooe 5185.FORDiSIS 1541
WANTED-Only those who cars.: Will pay top N. Special De
I.al If ... Central swell opportunity. Buyer DRV 'O
'O lea ) 2-361. 64 E. Re.ltJ. tbl lU and Maltland Clients STATION-Downtown mae
10 familiar with Orlando off Colonial Dr. itt ton looe wheel 4 door sedan. Radio and
T OF CON WAY-2 V4 for or will consider waiting. Mrs. Henkel. 267M. WInter a wonderful buy at .ls.
a." THE HEART 11,0 eaton.
TO Ph
SC0N4 835. Apply toMr. heater. la
crete block ca- partial a town or Park. Hoten Clrde streets wI ou.li SPOT CASH PAID for your used car. base. flat body. $50000. 01CC. perfect condition. $1096
pared hom
home. enct. 2-bedrpom acres set in young grove on p'Jm.nt 1 .wU McK.n. Howrtl. J. C. McKellar, -Tour Packard 1945 Special steel body a frame
good CtF
Corner Stoker 12 8 t BUICK 1940
lo'110 Win pass road. An Ideal place for a home. lot 97. CLAYBAUGH. PDQ Buyer > 2-5. -- Super 4 door ie
with winch. $80000. Phone
fan or CAL MEN WANTED-To sell ice cream.Age 342 N. Phone power
W. Price. Daler. Or.nl Aye dam Radio and
heater.
la Stolen SERVICE Original
Price 3 bedroom STATION Established
; McRenzl,. 12 Val. Main Real 1.00.0 rsh.. K A.... 56. Business Property for Sale well or 3613.more Realtor home business must sell illness. 25 to 60. Pleasant work; good 617. 4073 or 8383 Osbel Construction Co. black finish. _... .... ...... ...$1195
5 lo.te Kea aceout earnings. Seven days a week.
Model A stake body
6385. Reasonable price. .vea. ON-THE-SPOT CASH for good FORD -1932
Phone BIde Garland
AiIi-2 CHCRCH West- 6 ft. front: Avenue. 10 S Apply today. 716 Franklin St. clean used PAI 1'4-ton. Recently overhauled cab, CHEVROLET 1935 4 door sedan

1 bedrooms. ePIalr last ..S. Westmoreland. Call FREE APPRAISALS your home. MECHANIC-First class apply 904 Orange caL !Cbi Can good rubber 4-speed transmission.Ideal New finish, new interior, toot
acre o Isud. chicken yard 51-1. Lake County PropertyLAKE owner. Fostate. tel. 6296. We will give you an estimate free TRAILER PARK-. On* of the best In Rambo. 808 Sobr. Nor Annl. for grove use. 85OO cash. 900 running. ......._ _$496
-
8 elet,. Clos of charge on the current market the State. For price and Inspec E. Washtavton
t
bs and Mi COUNTY-We bar a fin GUEST HOME-A real bargain. Close value of your property. No obligation ion see Boerstler with Burch. Annue.OFC. I WI PAY over list on '47 models CADILLAC 1934 4 door darf.

org Wt Berman Goodwin too, BeeS selection of "Qlat Homes and in, with 1 rooms and 2 b.tb. Phone 7811. Wm. Mathews with Broker. 1 S Main: H'n. MANAGER-Insurance a.eo Ford. 140. Chevrolet 5375.Plymouth HOUSE TRAILER-Sleeps 4, air conditioned Fle twood body, good toe, '47

tf: 4n N. Or-a65p9855. Bu.le. Pre t al Yours lo 10.0rml. H.mtl 01 J. Daniel Kolar. Broker. TAVERN AND CAFE .tablb I Sut Florida 8375 '46s 8100 lets. heated floor electric tag, run nice ..._*29S
townclose
." .. Realtor, IOIJ. s.n .. Ct familiar Martin's U.e C.n 101 N. Main. brakes awnings, beautiful Interior
Oran. ,
Fla. HAVE RESPONSIBLE client seeking to Orlando. per with and Fire 8409. Will make some family a fin home.
&tUB1-Ne. a-bedroom cement Ta.ar. GUEST BOWIUeat T good home in desirable neighborhood You can C'S.U7 BUl Homer sewell. Altamonte Sprints
month Bettu.1 Winte. ness. Very salary :
Jangslow; that will 01 I dO. at a price around 88,500 Can a good GET TOP CASH PRICE for your carregardless phone Winter Park 8-8394 101 W. CENTRAL
Sale Ice share of profits. Replies contain
roomy-and 5 Groves for district has nice clean ro make down payment of Income. equipment and stock mut of make or model. Used
In, D.Large plot of UM ucpln % and new furniture. I yields Phone or write H. F. Bolaad 1.0. goes. Only & Courtney compl.Inor.tol will b Ca Excal. 219 W. Washington HOUSE TRAILER-Must be sold DIAL 5298
details and ea inactive return Investment of 3&0. Rat know quickly 25 ft StrtamUte. Excellent
7 plelr of- CCOROVLk CI on Csrrigaa Bldg. 672 N. Orange. 2- 392 N. Orange condent.l. Or emplye
fipe. Lit for Frank Bettes 21 ,16.0.' Lyle with Herman Oood- 4551. Addr.s Bx 14 SStsr.PLCMBER BADLY IN of 1946 and 1947 condition. Inquire 863 K. Orange BUICK-1941 Sedanette. Rafflft.

lOvnitnieni C' M Wi Washtogtsp, tenant _. Irritation system wI Broken 677 N. Orange; 9855. YEA ROUND ITAU Low -Experienced only. Raymond NE older cars. Harley ph 2-2488 between 9 and 6. original glossy black finish. VerY

PbCns 8313W - barn. equipment shed water tank. GUEST close in, most 60. Business Opportunities busy : loaUon. Email Dickson. 136 W. Plant St.; Wadsworth. 615 N. Orange Ave. INDIAN Ct1XF-194L 25 ft. long clean throughout -J1295
town direct
from
HOMITer :
1946-47 prlCUo rdVanca Beautifulgrounds. OW.r. ap Winter Garden. Otfl phone 95. phone 8597. 3 complete rooms Equipped with *
34,890 1.6 plnteu& can owner. 9176. resident phone 3 everything Only $995. Easy terms. CHEVROLET1942 Town Sedan.
fUT SECTION _Host' .. ba. \nurl. A lovely home. cmpl.tl BUSINESS wants best

Ne.b. frame bungalow. boxes: Parson Browns. 19.200 An excellent D. .2.0 ServlcStation.. U of downt OPPRTNI KNOCKS! Te Must .high oho ele.tlon "W atr Orange Blossom Trail.INTERNATIONAL good buy at _$ieiS
This grove Is o propr
built I.ptrlL 1500 be. ersoa and Carter. 70 E. $3.000 win Apply to p.m NASH
L. rom bJ a man Includes R.ltor corners in the city. Records TRUCK 1942. -1941 4 door sedan. Brand
wb knwl .. Terms 1 pfec& condUon. Pic Pine. CaU A. T. better than enlr complete food manufacturing plant Csfeteria. stake body. Good tires, less than 200 new motor
.ran.e o 90.00O C.re. 1516. 1.0. per monU be sold to highest bidder by 75. Used Car for Sale radio. Looks good
dfr 8. and t JaP1t. miles on new motor. This truck in
S
G Sr Ral7 e box-crop which is made. INCOME PROPERTY On block tm. A rood going $095
1 1. Catal Av. prdle.1 from Reese baln5 66. Sales Help WantedWE A-l condition. If Interested ph. Kls-
Price 8280.000. Call Dolive. Orange Are. on corner wt O'Harra-Moore. hustlers. Come and look BUICK Special TORD. 1938
tot hace 26-room. 2-0836. 109 E. Details II 1 191. 8.net simmee 2341. After 8 p.m. Ph. 2751. "a" 2 door sedait
ew 2-bedroom cement Broker: 27 W. Washington dial .1 we a two-story P. 1 personal OvC?. 313 W. Carter St. model paint: Radio. Runs
Corner tot. near bus. and stores. for details. frame building. A good investment Interview NEED SJ GOOD Ire Excellent mechanical IW Ue. MODEL A-1931. 1 34 ton 4 new tires. good, looks good.

$2206 'eaah. terms on balance. KIttmeerRealty. with for someone & C'I spend somemoney BEAUTY of downtownOrl.ndo' WILL WORK share crop on ..baO.'T.Iid men to of the bst or 225 condUon Ph 8275. Buddies Auto Parts ph. 9938.If good tires ___;__$$55
GROVE-HOME acre 2-4
8HOp-e
tat for Present Successful farmer 12 tal and Accident furnishall E
42 W..Coneord: 2-74. 30 acre bearing orange 2.150 come !prnmenC. hare 1 mot moel. WeU 2203 W. Jackson. n.n No Pan. collectionsof BUICK-1948 Super 4 door aed.n SYSTEM. 1946. 3 complete rooms,
trees. Pineapples and Valencias. 125,0 monU Ihoud euipd. 5 tubld. cntae. debit All accessories, Venetian bHBds bottled gas International
STETSON. 1321 Park .HamI In blocks. Tl come 150.0 mont To settle .uPpU. 1clde. Low 5-year ITS MODER It's profitable ,kd aftr I 11d S low mile bauil Care heater with air condition. W 'W. CE2TTRAL
'w-ne. IrY Nick flJ
'-Pwa In is I beautiful condition hl fuU details cell with leaae. P sal. Immediate It's d.prl pr. U you Casualty.Ro.. 2 24 Orange Av. te 2-14. Excellent condition. Inquire office DIAL 43M
Peter would or-
ood cditon Linen closet crop set on trees. 4bedroommodern : :1.1 Chenault A Jen'nines. like t b lnd.pndent and a 2 Est Ceta Ken Ellen Trailer Park. H mile
some l'a.twel etc. .lO bungalow in nice repair. Hag Fine O'Hara-Mo. 109 E Inc.. Realtors; 672 N. Or own your C( bUllle.wt I.ndl after 10 a. car. BUICK-1940 black Super 4-door: ra north of Legtburs off route 441. DDGE.4Mo
kitchen D.t : 2-88. ante; 7234. spectacular profit original finish new i door jedaa. A
WU 1& e1aaL new tractor and grove Cllpm.n\ LAUNDRY will be Interested pslbWUP. opportunities 67. Employment Agencies cellent throughout. Motors SPARTAN MANOR That aU aluminum ale* MitornobQe at a barfaia.
Sene bpe..aF. Li I. rated O pve road: wt equipment BU8IUa buUl. and BUSIE OPPORTUNITIES-If you presented "te Mighty 1239 E. ; 2-Coloa trailer built to last a lifetime $795
Im l'naaP .iU albbr. terms. F. AII R.ltr. 3 Inorblp i O into business ..us. W* CJ.I : I have one used SO days. First
Midget electric sandwich booth. .
BROWN'S EMPLOYMENT
Washington. Barb city. 2-story C. building 0. have most any type. From 830OO UP. AGENCY BUICK-1947 Roadmaster SedanetteFUUy 82,350 takes It This one worn lai. OLDSMOBILE "8" 4 dear
ready fo Immediate .D ample tot. afd 2 stores on -Speak to Whitney Sple.elat Small complete; only one operator And Nurses R.elst. I you want equipped. Can be seen at sedan.
und
AND GROVE 5-acr terms. Frank Reed Runs
oepacJ. Pre HOME tract Easy Trailer Sales, looks and drtvwmce
** *' to $s.soo. lit floor and 1p.el" needed. Sample model OB displaycorner work com to U you R. S. W. Central Ave.Phone
baU Co. 706 Cmt Evn N. Blossom Trail. ....
Comfortablemodern 6 201 Orange >
Barl. 320 bearing 39K
R&tn Met of call ??
nick. 118 N. Orange 515$. t of apartments on 2nd floor. 1-3269 Orange Ave. and UvUurst want help 6J21. 421.CAICUU ?
at
irs treat t lir* prlado." town. Near- school, e.and Bctt R..1Et.t Brten W. BAR AND PACKAGE STORE WeU lt C'I allocate several model62". Hidrs- STATION WAGON-1941 Chevrolet. CHEVROLET 1940 Town Se
.. Wintr G.rde. territory from car in transit 69. Work Wanted-Female Radio oiuiersesfc beater spotlight dam New finia A nice little
church. oa 343 located la Orlando. Excellent ,. beater and new
UATAU SECTION Or W. Waltr.11.0.R tr.. 10 17 tr.. ,C ORANGE BLOSSOM T B.-.600 ness, long leas*. A real buy .t 81,0& Place your ore DOW.,D.. Real Varner Es mli. T dY.ca f raio Ue a new one. Easy springs defroster and, foe tires lights Leave heavy roar duty phone rear car tor ,,._ ._._ _ l$7JS
BOOKKEEPER double
on hichway. I Darbutr. entry and
201
'r t- sell . tt ac. Price Including futua and stock Sales Representatives. terms. S.l or address at 4630. PLYMOUTB1303 4 door sedan.I00" .
1 1" 1y .
bois $ Will divide. Lane Brte or N. Orange Blossom Trail.
rm tle 87- tory. We t7PIreldel Par tires
oQ LAKE .M. 1t 392 14.. Ave. TRAILERS New and used runs very good. To
1947
ORVE10
ae with
C. ,U. T: For good heavy FN.MI. P.rn B.r.1. Oow 1 Brokr frt Pr ranees. C b and *ee O.ne fl ti. Bx 8tr. CHEVROLET-1938 4-door seosn. Re American. 82215 complete. Stew15ft. the first __

: 5q44. '- :Broker, '-?*l* 're. Valencies Near a7 OrDe 185. wt' Harold Sephf 61. Bank HOUSEKEE COMPANION. or cnctlon. New paint and good Premier $1495. AeeessorteavColeman
Md.eall
: : condition good 120 ft. b7.pp.WJ Realty Co.. Lan-enf aurM give references 8C.
OnaD. eaennt RnA SIIo 2 E 8\ 11 z.eter and Prewar stove pane
pL scrTo rooms Term\ iHp.bl. _re 12 fe With 10 ft, Phone 1124.BUI NATIONAL BAN. as a cm Phone 49. phone 2-1107. awnings. dailies, fans, bottled sac : OTHER CARS

-.536 I. Frise. $6500. $2600 down, For.full . ca .- drv..p. t J Stret Pi *3.- LTO NJ.I Hmc. the correct '34 2-door; good trunks etc. Ankney Trailer Sales. TO
tV. C. 3oker.t3 N.L with sum Mills 11rhe. PRACTICAL HURSX F&. CBVRL SELECT FROM
GatU O Meta B. Brt.r. el I u. Day NI.ht D mhat.U 8245. Wykygyl Mo B. orange Blossom Traa and O. 6.

; & . . Phone &U9. fit. 2-0818. Headquarters.** 118 K. n:1 2-181. .- .'" tr_jO! M : 1T-M. ,


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Page 16 ) rlmtatt Hurtttag 8fttibul Wednesday, July 2, 1947 Mystery B-17 Baby Sitter, 16 l ,


Froo LATE TO CLASSIFY: Workers' CfATRAl f l RIDAS I Flight Puzzles Bequeaths.JoblKills

Pay

=[Kay Finds Gubernatorial Hopes (TfoJIy II Field Officers E I I I II HerselfPITTSBURGH

I
At High MarkWASHINGTON SHREVJpORT. La. [UPI An [UPI The note
Race in 48
offer Interesting
i Army stair sergeant for reasons ended: "PJS.-You never get mad

ly RUSSELL KAY rAP Workers I that may never be known took off at Don-only me. Give all my baby
from Barksdale Field in a Flying sitting jobs to Naomi and Shtrtey."
the Democratic still hi
Although primaries of 1948 are along manufacturing plants receivedan
off those all-time high of $48.86a HANLEY POGUE Fortress apparently all by himself After writing those words Mon-
: way busy little bees that make a business average yesterday, and crashed to a fiery .
Doris
day night. June
week during May the Bureau of Kirsopp..
:3)f buzzing in political bonnets are beginning to swarm and Labor Statistics reported yesterday THE QUESTION death at Sibley La. 18 miles cast tripped the trigger of a .22 rifle

:folks who like guessing games are chewing their pencils I! This was more than $6 above What do yon think should be of his starting point. tcivw iI with a coat hanger and sent a
and working out dope sheets. the war-time peak and $1.36 above done to reduce food prices Last night, mystified field aa- bullet into her head. She died In
___ I thoritier;set up a board of inquiry Mercy Hospital.
n'Nhfo ..
April !1
1947.
; The Iipul.U U" o "course" is on 0 I THE ANSWERS I
U to
determine
Governor's race. Atty Gen. I In terms of "real" earnings the answers f1 ; Doris had wanted to to to an
the ![possibly for Commissioner of I, A. contrac- the following embarrassing -
'Tom: Watson didn't fool around i run bureau said the 15 per cent Increase Ornberr, electrical questions II . amusement park but was told
trilling to see who would or Agriculture should Nathan Mayo 1 in average weekly earnings i tor Colonial town: i : -, I by her parents to stay home. She
I What Motivated the unauthorized -
n't run but. confident of WOuld-I I'for any reason choose not to run. since May 1946 has been offset by 'I I "f believe all subsidy programs i left this note:
unidenti-
night the as yet
position marched out on Simpson is eminently qualified for an increase of more than 18 per !;, sponsored by the government that by : "Dear Mom and Dad and Don:
I fied sergeant? How was he able to .
I am sorry for what has happeeed
springboard and in cent In consumers' prices during [ pays producers
litical I;
the post of agricultural commis- get the four, engines revved up and
before this but this is the only
Fuller Warren has '1 the period. destroy food may
head first. sioner. He Is a succesful nursery- I II Ito I put the slip in flight trim by himself -
out. I couldn't stand and Dad
stopped running. He miss- The durable goods industries ;; items should be you
never man and long in the Legis- when the B-17 usually carriesa
years giving me those hurt look
ed the second primary in 1940 by I have come within $1 of their war- eliminated. The any
lature him thorough knowl- crew of 10?
give a
hair-or was it a Whitehair? time high despite a drop of about | Governmentshould more. Sorry it ended this way.
a Anyhow, a lot of folks), contend edge of State affairs. : six hours in the work week. Hourly j{ also abanf '' : How did the sergeant get: his Your loving daughter, June."
Two State Senators with long ship warmed and take off with-
that, had he made it he would I earnings.have'risen 12 per cent I; don the policy of '; up On the other side was written:
'and able records of Legislative .y out arousing guards, the officer on rf
I "I just wanted to the
in that
defeated Holland. since January 194S group paying farmersnot go up
Piave 'I'service would like to enter the duty and the flight control tower? street. Every time I KO out all
of industries. \ to
grow cer-
t Both Watson and Warren are i i How fid the sergeant get the you tell me is that I oat to
I The bureau's consumers' price ; tain items. The to
able campaigners.and make: They the will welkin set I race.One, Sen. Walter W. Rose of j indices however has increased law of supply cY plane airborne from an unlightedrunway see the boys. and it isn't true.
the pace r former president of the ? Love, June.
Orlando since
i by more than tZ per cent and demand Ornberr
f tint so long and loud that other Senate. lIe is able and aggres Barksdale authorities were so 4.C.IT'S Then followed the
the
i the war-time earnings peak should regulate the production of postscript:
contenders will have a difficult I much in the dark on the whole
themselves sive. BLS said. I'I'I I vegetables and other food items.If bequeathing her baby-sitting Jobsto
making heard. '
affair that they first reported a
tune have large and Some contend that he Is too !I In the non-durable goods Industries the Government would. leave Shirley Smith her cousin and
a loyal full
Both men B-17 was missing with a crew
following. Labor or that portion p pofit aloof that he can't get down to I average weekly earnings in the farmers and producers alone I i aboard. But when only one body Naomi Kohlmeyer friend.
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the common man but observers i May were $6.09 above the war-time prices would come own." I
which is controlled by union j recovered from the charredand
:
leaders: can be depended upon to I i who have watched 'Rose for the 1 high., The bureau said weekly * 1 was. crumpled wreckage., they ;i BACK! First shipment of drought beer from Pilsen, RETAIL MERCHANTSWe

Watson bitterly. But "''' />> ,, earnings in these industries have ranks at the field and Czechoslovakia since 1938 is from SS Shooting Star's
oppose they \ ,,' /7/.wBV1'; shown considerable stability sinceI Howard Anderson, grocery merchant counted off | swung invite you tovisit
polled their full strength against ;- / ,-"lrW, '/f@ I the end of 1946 although wage increases I Orlando Winter Park found only the sergeant unac- I hold at New York-500 barrels and 500 cases. our new
I I I
hM last time to no avail and the / / :, <, ;14i ifff: counted for.Eager ---- -- '
fiery Watson figures he can discount / '" U ',, j ju i,I have raised hourly earn : Hwy.: I DISPLAY ROOM
'
this opposition and still fiz? #I I ings almost five per cent. 44 I think the average person is I Slade-Booth Show Case Co. .
"'J going to have to return to the I Rhesus Gets Rabbits Rate Chief Public I
custom as
win. Warren's greatest handicapis ./ : / AsSanitarian 123 W. Central n_. &-ernSKIN
the fact that folks are not inclined Hawn, Graduates of producing !
'
to take him seriously. They : :" '" part of the food Ahead of ScheduleIn

like to hear him talk but they are DrawsAssignment '::<.",: ":""f.": consumed in his'I' Enemy in Germans Pest War TROUBLES

Inclined.nd a showman to view him to be as cheered a comedian and Here " more household.food items The I Nerve Research, BERLIN [AP] Public enemy No. 1 on the Berlin crime I

produced in the I wave this Summer is a sly bold night prowler known Are you tormented with itching or eczemaPrtui
as
applauded but not voted for. In .. N W'YORK API A twoyearold I' rashe. ethiet '. foot reuflh
(pit of this handicap however;) A' graduate of the State Board garden patches rhesus monkey about to be hire Muemmelmann.:" I hand and face eruptions, rectal itching
has and past few :years don't agree. The of Health's school for sanitarians %.. the more prices or other externally caused *fcm trouble
a strong
Warren loyal used in experiments on nervous
{ Gardners damn him but almost catch ,
Senator is a lot better mixer than no one can him I For crick relief and good mult m.
at Gainesville. Samuel C. Hawn. will drop within !
I
following that will back him allpe disorders became prematurely VICTORY OINTMENT. Developed for the
way. he used to be and would run a'649 Park Lane Ave., Orlando yes- ,, .. reason. We have, yesterday and leaped outa the scourge of the "amateur farmers eater of cabbages : keys in the army now efVred to thefolks
nervous ....... .
much better campaign ir 1948 work with Dr. Le- and terror of neighborhoods. back home. WhIt. ** antiseptic -
terday began been told for a ..
J It ]is a safe bet that Watson i basement window at Brooklyn'sJewish contains lanolin. Safe for babies
:and Warren will not be the on- { than he might have run a few 'land Dame county health officer. Anderson long time that I Hospital. While industrious Berliners feed them with milk or eggs when chddr VICTORY.n. OINTMENT.A name you can... f.rg- -

':ui contenders., Others you hear years back. Hawn was one of seven Flor- production was increasing and With attendants pursuing the II stay up nights watching their! | young, and milk and eggs are al- Orlando oy "......ilt TUMs, s_or jars.. R..Soldin ....
j John E.
{mentioned with ever increasing The other Senator is idians finishing the course this that prices were going to drop but rhesus jumped through an apart- vegetable gardens, the ubiqui- |, most impossible to get." Walgreen. San Juan Or.. .... Avalon or
r Matthews of Jacksonville. Fiery session. He had served a proba- instead Too tous ":\Ir. Iuemmelmann"j your hometown druggist.for
I f frequency are Dan McCarty of they are going up: ment win do w. A housewife I j
;Fort Pierce, former Speaker of and aggressive. John would make tional period here last Pall before many people. are buying too much screamed, grabbed her two dAugh- j just plain rabbit in English '
I the House. t his presence in the race felt. His being recommended for the schooL of what they eat." ters and ran. The hunters found j runs wild over the city. t
health would prove a handicapand Purpose of the school to train jl closet, '
in chewingon
-* the monkey a Berliners would like to shoot'
His record is good. He is veteran
} a a strenuous campaign would Floridians in problems peculiar to of the housewife's hats.
} and commands the respect of take a lot out of him. But he is local conditions. Mrs. Catherine Schmidt Jr., one stick "Mr. Muemmelmann."" but wea-
They poked a noose on a
"verboten. They can
are
io1id-thInking citizens. He would rugged and has a way of coming bakery operator. Winter Park: Into the closet and he gnawedon pons
chase him down-if they agile
undoubtedly have the full blessing back as his political opponentswell Brazil Calls ParleyRIO "Keep up the Victory Garden : the stick. enough-but under hunting are laws 1LdAi1Mwit
of the Caldwell admlnlstration' know. If he were to enter DE JANEIRO tDPl Brazil idea'and grow more food at home. : Then they threw a can of ether I neither traps snares nor poison 'I %

which would probably prove the rate he would stir up a lot has called the American Foreign America should j into the closet and closed the door. are permitted, and canny '"Muem-
a. handicap, rather than an ad- of feeling on the subiect.of "WhiteSupremacy" Ministers Conference to meet here also quit ship- :Ten minutes later the door was ; melmann" is making the most of
yantage. in which he is a firm the Office food and the monkey emerged. a :.
Aug. 15. Foreign an- ping scarce opened I the situation eating the harvest
Down Miami way they are talk- believer. nounced yesterday.an I items to other fighting mad. A policeman finally' while Berliners dream about it. ay @' n c
lag' about George Smathers. political Another Jacksonville man is fre- 'A'
nations. Prices ' trapped him under a blanket. t Letter writers have suggested to
white hope of Florida's admirable Governor.
quently mentioned although those My would also I
drop that the Allies get up sQ
Gold Coast. They point to his close to him insist that he Is not guess is Guernsey is too busy if the newspapers r
public rabbit hunts. "It would
I special
winning personality his ability as interested and would not considerthe 'with Rotary duties to consider a would Police Intensify HuntFor'Hexed'
stop them with form of
pur- provide a new
a campaigner and contend -thatIf race. I refer to Ken Guernsey gubernatorial raee at this time. I i "
chasing the high entertainment, said one writer
South Florida were to get be- formerly of Orlando presi- rye also heard the name of "... Negro I
price items and "it also would do
hind him solidly he would win In a dent of the Gulf Life Insurance Repr. J. B. Odham mentioned start ':-" NASHVILLE. Tenn. tUPl A I adding \. away I dishwashing auw.
living onthe with a good many Muemmel- xtaa ag
walk. But unfortunately South Company and recently elected several times. While oldtimersmay I "hexed" Negro accused of blowingup i ? ' l
common food Mrs. Schmidt manns." -
Florida or any other section for president' of Rotary International.Ken view him as a political up-' for a fortune-teller's house and I for washing woolens rites
awhile. Prices
that matter. can seldom be count- is close to the Caldwell ad- start and Johnnie-come-lately. are always in I shooting two Negro women was i Berlin's 12 official rabbit
ed upon to go solidly for any can- ministration. He is a member of he made a tremendous impressionon direct proportion to the demand the object of an intense police j hunters however, 'are convinced for finest fabrics
didate. Had and the cost of food will remain search Tuesday night lest he cause i they ran master the situation
they done so for the State Road Board headed the a lot of ordinary run-of-the-
Ernest'Graham he might be Gov- Governor's Committee on Educa- mill citizens who admire his cour- high as long as the shoppers" are further harm in his all-out cam- ']'I alone, claiming they're got ":\Ir.
willing to pay the price. paign to break the supposed spell. :Muemmelmann" on the run.
ernor today. Some folks would
tion and has a long and active age and forthrightness. rye never CfNt fOt KltCHiN fret
rather have- revenge than a Governor record of civic and political lead met the man but am informed he * I "Unfortunately, admitted one. l t ONE fOt tAUNOtr
and vote that Grady Protected woods grow six times "our main assistants the ferrets
way. ership. Those interested see- has a vote-getting personality that Collins grocery manager -
Former House Speaker Richard ing him enter the race think he cannot be discounted. While politicians College Park: i more per acre yearly. have become very rare. We must

H.. Simpson of Montlcello is being would command the solid sup- look on him as "polson"the "If the Government would - ---

,strongly urged to run. If he port and backing of civic clubs man on the street doesn't
channel the food items it
does, McCarty won't. They are' and groups throughout the State. and a lot of folks think Florida pur-
close friends and, this Is under- They say that he Is a forceful 'I would be well served with 'that into the ' rftj Pc,,:.: C.. fire

stood. It looks at this writing and aggressive speaker a kind of a man in the Governor's consumer market V H..c1. SC1.1......
instead of destroying .
hat Simpson will hold off 0' "
and
j
sound thinker and would make chair. them it cash, beN.T..

would help to

bring the living

Ii": ; cost trols down.regulating Con- "'...,

.. :: the production

, : of foods should
be lifted and


MAKE YOUR Collins force a drop competitionwould in prices. Ma-

nipulation of prices should be Investigated -

and where false scar-
.
cities have been created the pub-
ic should be informed. .,


HOLIDAY COMPLETE merchant Erskin C.Dubsdread*Ramsey* *:delicatessen .,


"I believe the shipment of food
overseas should be halted until

tits. prices in this gT- -o
country, are in h a
_
__
line. Some ay'K
prices have been '
z
,'I '. maintained at a ii'
nigh level by

si. processors and

man ufacturerswho j
-
are creating
false shortages.
Real price reduc- w4
THE APPLIANCE CENTER tion will have to Ramseybe b

I' effected at the manufacturing 4 .b
end. Retailers and distributors
are operating on a smaller marginof
profit than ever before. ,a'-
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: Appliances $10.000 for $10.00 {j..J\. -ld- W-lQ': ,

150,000 for $15.50 I .

Displayed Side by Side . $100,000 for $14.00 .; 1 '..I Is

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112 N. Orange TeL sin i '!And Norris- to put dreams "


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:. Sui:: WASHING MACHINES I ASPHALT SHINGLES -*'M

: GUTTERand I Norria Candies mate every napgy moment;;;

1 HOT WATER ';;.
HEATERS
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