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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
Sunday sentinel=star
Orlando Sunday sentinel=star
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: July 4, 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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Fourth of July in Central Florida!






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i ii Daytona Beach Where To Celebrate 1 Special Match r- Happy Holidaze! Muddy Field


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I Today Crowns Special Events : Race Headlines 01 fri ;? 01 I1L 0A'1,' / Adds Thrills '


Community picnic on Lake Louise, sponsored by I

Clermont .Waterway Club. Boat' transportation provided from


I Dixie Beauty American DAYTONA Legion BEACH Center-at:Miss 9:30 Dixie a.m.will be chosen from among 35 Ocala ProgramSpeedy . To Big Rodeo. '

contestants at a parade and fashion show starting at 2 p.m.; she 0 0 9 POAjroLERLLqr,

j will be crowned at 11 p.m.,,during a coronation ball starting at 10 ( ALW4Y5 '
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Coronation Ball p.min the Sheraton-Plaza; following an 8 p.m. band concert; fire- Quarter Kissimmee Awaits


Highlights Events works KISSIMMEE display will-be Rodeo presented performances on the beach.sponsored by Silver Spurs Horses To Meet $ ( ;; , Holiday Throng Today

I Riding Club at 3 and8 in the Spurs about two miles ,
I If fUD W. DtMOTTE p.m. arena [Special to The 4th of July Sentinel-Star] (CSfc&l to The 4th of July Sent ne -Stor1
east of Kissimmee on Old St. Cloud Rd.
f; [COx Own" Staff Correspondent] OCALA-The meeting of KISSIMMEE Partly despite -
OCALA- Horse racing sponsored by Marion County Fair and
DAYTONA BEACH All Agricultural Assn. at Carl Rose's Rolling Acres Farm. See sports Lucky Bob, owned by R. D. and partly because ofa

l ways ready to pay court<< to events below. Keene of Orlando and recog- muddy field a crowd of

beauty democracy in this O\-.EDo-Xoon barbecue at swimming pool sponsored by nized as the Stte quarter- more than 1,000 laughed and:

American Legion Post 243. to raise funds for chlorinator to permit thrilled last the first'
resort city today will choose mile king, and Booger Red, night as
opening of pool followed by sports events.WINTER '
,Miss Dixie from a bevy of hAVEN-A speedy challenger owned by Mark performance of the Silver Spurs
day-long program, sponsored by united
lovely girls and honor her Britt of Winter Garden in a special Riding Clubs fourth annual
at a civic groups: Junior baseball, Whiter Haven vs Dade City Dennison -
coronation balL Field 10 ajn.; swimming meet Lake Silver Beach 11 a.m.; match race here this afternoon rodeo was held in Silver Spurs

f The bathing beauty contest Army Air Force demonstration, sponsored by Lions Club, Gilbert looms as one of Florida's Arena.

sponsored by JayCees and to start Field. 1:30 p.m.; outboard motor race for amateurs. Lake Silver, greatest quarter horse events. Still larger crowds: are expectedwith

I at 2 p.m. before the Bandshell 3 p.m.; softball. Winter Haven vs Bartow, Dennison Field. 5:30 p.m.; The two horses have met only favorable weather today for

! is only one In a series of events public dance, Civic Center, 8:30 p.m.; fireworks display Lake Silver. once before, in Orlando, andKeene's performances scheduled for 3 and
, 9 p.m. 8 pjn. There win be 'a parade
Lucky Bob out-distanced
climaxing a week of Fourth of
July frolic, Booger Red only by a neck in through Kissimmee at 11 ajn. and
the palomino horse chow at the
Starting at 10 ajn. In the Events a three-way race.
Sheraton-PUta Hotel the ball Sports The 440-yard dash by these arena will start at 1 pjn. :

will continue Into the hours The crowd roared when Vetch
wee
BASEBALl-Lake two horses headlines the seven- .
All-Stars vs Orange All-Stars, Lake-Orange: '
after the lucky contestant has Parton. Kissimmee leaped into
been crowned at 11 For League All-Star game, 8:15 pjn. Walker Field, Winter Garden. race quarter horse racing program -
pjn. the mud after a novelty event in
teen-agers a dance In Recreation BASEBALL-Florida State League games: DeLand at Leesbnrg: annually staged by the I
which he steer from the
Hall on City Island will Orlando at Palatka; Gainesville at Daytona; St. Augustine at San- Marion County Fair and Agricultural roped a
front of a jeep. His time was 43
start at 8:30 p.m. ford. Assn. on July 4th. .

The Municipal Band will give a QUARTER HORSE RACING-R. D. Keene's Lucky Bob vs The races will be staged at the seconds. ,.
concert
at 8
pjnand fireworks
Mark Britt's Booger Red and six other Experienced horsemen praised.
wul be displayed at 9:30: pjn races. Rolling Acres Track. Rolling Acres Farm track owned _
along the boardwalk. Rosemere Farms Ocala. 2 p.m. by Carl G. Rose largest thoroughbred the performance of' Mildred

From 8 a.m. to noon the younger SOFl'BALl-Pan American Airways, Miami. TS Fletcher Motors breeder in Florida. The lay- Murphree, Kissimmee.and,her

element. from 4 to 12 years Orlando All-Star team. 8:00 p.m; Exposition Park, Orlando. has trick hone Red Fox. which.
out half-mile oval
eld. will compete In track and STOCK CAR RACING-Five final events 2 p.m., Seminole and a racing danced, pranced and walked on:
a quarter-mile straightaway
field events on the beach before
Driving Track. Sanford-Orlando
Highway. Its front legs. .
the Bandshell. Miss Evelyn Nix for quarter horse racing. The

and Mickey McClelland, playground OUTBOARD RACING REGATTA-Annual July 4th Regatta, track adjoins Ocala's Municipal H. H. [Doc Partin. Kissimmee

directors: will be in charge. Florida Federation of Outboard Clubs 1 p.m., Forrestwood Sports- won the calf-roping event. time 30
Airport, making it possible for
Chief sports event for adults man's Lodge Welaka. ,

will be a night baseball game ,WRESTLING-Three bouts Legion Arena Orlando, 8:30 spectators to fly here land their seconds. Freddie Bronson. Kiss
between Gainesville and the Is- p.m. immee, was second at 37 seconds,
landers. [Continued on Page 6-CoL 7] and 'William Barber. Christmas



May Garssons Army Bars Citrus for Aid House Group Russians DefiedOn Orlando Plans !Coal Pits Wait Ashton.third Fulton at Melbourne 43 Davis seconds.St. Cloud.and T."Babe"(Doe


I I, Phay Kissimmee were declared '
WASHINGTON [API' The War pean relief supplies on grounds Approves New Calm. Fo.urth. tied In bronc riding. f

Department said yesterday that that most of the countries now' Marshall Contract Opposed by Uelbourne, the Kissimmee -

Plan Appeals .>ecause of "a lack of funds' It Is have an "abundance- of Afresh : n Entertainment In variety will [ 'BuyWASHINGTON team won the-men's. relay. '
'
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: : 'unable to purchase citrus fruits vegetables- and fruits. : Tax Slash Bill be available for Central Floridians race: on horses. .
In a Joint statement Hollandand In a comedy event the effect
i WASHINGTON ' A and juices for shipment to occu- Pepper said: i WASHINGTON [ A P ] PARIS [UP] France and today as they begin for many a I [ A P ] o which was heightened by the.
E[ UPJ
pied areas of Europe and Asia. "Secretary Petersen promised to Britain yesterday asked 22 three day holiday stemming from Peace or strikes in the soft mud 10 boy chased a goat with
Federal jury yesterday convicted Howard C. Petersen. Assistant I make an immediate survey of the House Ways and Means the Fourth of July observance. I Sonny Whaley. W. L. Thompkins
former Kentucky Secretary of War, told a group of War Department's inventory of Committee stamped 18-to-6 other European nations to coal industry depended yesterday and Doug Partin. all of Kissim
Orlando scheduled special
Senators from citrus growing citrus products for use by its per- .meet with them here July 12 no I on whether John L. mee, taking first second and
S Cong. Andrew J. May and 'I. States howeVer. that the Army sonnel and to try to replenish it. approval of the new Republi events, but citizens starting In any third prizes in the order named.A .

the arms-making Garsson was "in sympathy with securing a if low. at the earliest possible can-backed $4 billion tax and start work' on the direction will run up against Lewis could force operators team composed of Joan Sub!,

more balanced diet" for the occu- Marshall recovery, plan. everything from an old-fashioned of the Midwest Far West and Doug Partin tad Mickey Yates, all
brothers on all three counts of a pied areas. time."It was agreed we would have slashing bill yesterday and a surprise Russia Spain and Germany South to "bUY" his precedent- of Kissimmee. won the boy-girl re.
: $53.000 wartime bribery fraud and Senators attending the confer- further conferences next weekto shift in Democratic votes picnic to a rodeo or a ball game. lay race.
conspiracy charge. ence with Petersen included: alone were excluded. Police Chief Roy E. Larson said shattering agreement with Big
review the situation In the prompted claims that another The "square dance on horse.
The shaken defendants. still Knowland [R-Cal.l, Connally ID- light of any new developments." Presidential veto can be over- Russia is out by her own decision. all can enjoy themselves without Steel and Northern producers. back" performed by the Silver

; protesting their Innocence announced Tex., and Pepper and Holland tin Florida citrus leaders over ridden. Spain is out until the regimeof forgetting law bans the sale or use According to persons in the industry Spurs Quadrille, evoked much

S. immediately that they Florida Democrats.The the State were reported planninga Speaker Martin IR-Massl said Generalissimo Franco is ousted. of firecrackers and related the tentative contract Includes praise.In.
; would appeal the verdict. which State Department earlier "full steam ahead" drive to have more than a two-thirds vote- explo- a $1.20 daily pay increasefor steer wrestling or bulldozing -
t carries a maximum sentence of turned down a suggestion by the their products included in U. S.I enough to override a veto-is now But the Western occupationzones sives. one hour less work and a 10 Oscar Tyson* Kissimmee'

six years In jail and. a $30.000 fine group that canned citrus fruits foreign aid buying. Details on available in the House and set of Germany will be "Make haste safely." said Lt. cent royalty on each ton of coal took first place time 38 seconds.

for each. and juices be included in Euro- Page 3.1Plutonium Tuesday for the House showdown.Sen. brought into the conference Vernon Rogers of the police department for the union welfare retirement William Barber. Christmas, 44

The date for sentencing is expected Taft R-Ohio] said the through the U. S., British and traffic division. fund. seconds was second, and Thomas'
to be set In about two Senate will probably take up the The royalty Is double the Rea. Kissimmee 49 seconds
weeks. French Military Governments.The "Defend yourself against amount under the contract with
Flood Waters BeatenBy PlannedAs measure late next week. third.In .
Congressional and Civil ServIce But there were rumblings of a following 22 countries were yourself as well as against the the Government which expired S wild cow milking teams com
invited to join in the conference: possibility that the other fellow July 1. It would yield $50 million
experts expressed opinionS possible filibuster to block actionin peted. one man holding while the
that former Rep. Andrew J. Strong BarriersGRAND Atom Base Metal. the Senate. Albania. Austria. Belgium. Bulgaria may be .a crazy driver." to $60 million annually.The other milked. Fred Roberts and

May of Kentucky continues TOWER. HI. [API A NEW YORK [APJ A programfor Czechoslovakia. Denmark. "In having a good time." saidA. coal pits were restored to Charles Clark Jr.. Melbourne took

eligible to draw a Congressional day and night fight against Mis- improvements In making Finland Greece, Hungary. Iceland P. Phillips Jr.. of Orlando private owners Monday and the first prize; Thomas Bronson and
pension even If he goes to prison Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Memorial American tense operators are caught in crucial -
sissippi flood waters continued at IN YOUR SENTINEL.STAR TODAY Post 19. Legion H. H. Parton Kissimmee, second.
for his war fraud conviction. several critical points but Army Plutonium the main bomb metal, Netherlands. Norway, .Poland, "ail should retain'an individual contract dealings with Lewisin and Carlisle Platt and Lamar

May applied for the pension engineers reported yesterday that in ,the great atomic plant near State .... Pogo 3 Society. Page 8 Portugal. Romania, Sweden Swit- consciousness that the order to head'off a strike next I, Melbourne third.
when the miners'
early this year. most of the remaining dikes in Richland, Wash., was announced Radio. PIg 4 Financial Page 9 zerland. Turkey and Minister Yugoslavia.Molotov Fourth of July still Is Independence Tuesday vacation ends.A 10 day
Russian Foreign I
The seven men and five women Illinois and Missouri were expectedto yesterday by the Atomic Energy Sports, Pages 6.7 Comics, P. 10-11 Day."
Jurors. who spent 47 days listenIng hold barring further rains. Commission. who broke op the Big The post has arranged three strike looms for any mines The WeatherORLANDO

to the massive array of evlflence The river rose steadily at this Plutonium the hard heavy Three foreign by announcing ministers conference theKremlin's patriotic broadcasts, for Orlando's not covered by contracts before I AND YICTNTTTl

: and argument took one Isolated town 75 miles beloW' St. metal made by transmuting radio stations. Gen. Leo H. Walton the July 6 deadline because Considerably
Ford Ends decision to boycottthe cloudy, thunderstorms
'Experiment'With 1 -
miners do work without
hour and 50 minutes to reach a Louis.and women and children uranium is the principal announced Marshall plan, left here commander of the 14th Air contract. not a today, tomorrow; wind

verdict. helped with the erection of sand- substance In present Union Foremen without bidding farewell to Force will be heard over WDBO moderate to fresh Easterly today
bag barriers to stem the flow of atomic bombs, and is the main French Foreign Minister Bidaultor at 8:15: a.m.: Phillips win speak The tentative pact makes wage becoming westerly tomor
DETROIT [APl Ford Motor
Co.,
Hedy Lamarr Files Suit' water. Food was brought In by future reliance for atomic power. British Foreign Secretary over WLOF at 8:30: a.m.: State and hour concessions never before row.
after three of contractual
years equalled in the miners' union.
boat. Scientists the transmutation Atty. Gen J. Tom Watson win be nor
say .
Be via.London
For Divorce From Loder relations with its unionized foremen possibly in other labor organiza- *
heard
will yield much more atomic fuelor [ diplomatic quarterssaid over WORZ at 7:30 pjn.

HOLLYWOOD lUPl Hedy La- Army Searches AtlanticFor explosive than use of uranium an "experiment", called it quits which yesterday had "fail as Russia Is likely to open a violent Public offices generally will be tions. Cracker JiSez:

marr. whose marital squabbles alone. ed hopelessly." The action came propaganda and political closed through Sunday. Iffen that plowin youngin of
with John Loder made almost every Overdue Transport on the 44th day of the Independent campaign against the U.s. as its Postmaster James D. Bens Parson Chains DaughterTo Jed Prod's gits to throwin them

day sound like the Fourth of MORRISON FIELD. Ala. [UP Truman on Air Today unions strike atthree Detroit first step in battling the Marshall said only special delivery mail Keep Her From World firecrackers after me today I sims
July at their home yesterday filed The Army launched an extensive area factories. Plan while a Government spokes will be delivered today. A regular to take a whip to that rascal. He's
suit for a divorce, charging Ufe, air-sea search over the Atlantic From Jefferson's Home man Indicated Britain is expectedto Saturday schedule will be in KNOXVILLE [UP] A pleasue- been fixin him some home-mad
with'Loder continue pushing her plans to effect at the post office tomorrow hating Baptist preacher William firecrackers what he
meant only "great and last night for a C-54 transportwith CHARLOTTESVILLE. Va. [UP Mate's Silence Ends says Is. real
expand trade with Eastern Europe Massengill chained his daughter noise makers
grievous mental suffering. a crew of five aboard over- Pres. Truman motored here yes- an
due here several hours on a flight terday to spend the holiday week- Marriage oi 53 Years despite her split with Russia. At Orlando Army AIr Base duty Gearldine to a bedpost yesterday, ,I he says he's goingto
[Washington diplomatic authorities
'T night's MoviesL&CHhit from Kindley Field. Bermuda. CoL end and deliver a Fourth of July win be kept at'a minimum today augmenting his usual weekly belt- celebrate in
that Molotov suffered
MAF.YVILLE. Tenn. lAP] Mrs.N. opined through Sunday. lashing of the pretty blonde girl fitten style. Last ,
George S. Cassady. commanding radio address; to the nation from
: Tb. 81orktst diplomatic defeat-
23.: :t D. :40.: 7.40. .,to. Ylaa PIlartm. officer here said the plane had Jefferson's Monticello home. His W. Lakey. 82. who testified her a severe worst of his Some 30 carriers for Orlando so she would be safe from worldly I year that rapscallanblowed- '
perhaps the careerin -
3.35.'ROXT 1 40.: The 7 40.Sbocktu 1.40.: Miss PIlJTtm. 1:35, only enough fuel to last for three 20 minute talk will be broadcastby husband. 81r. would go "for a the Paris conference failure.In Daily Newspapers Inc.. Increased associations on her 16th birthday,
month sometimes" without
***: Smoky! a:20.: > 4:07.: 550.: 740. hours after the estimated time of major networks at 12:30 pjn. speaking [ Berlin Gen. Lucius D. Clay circulation on their routes will be police said last night. I the feathers of-
':%1.- arrival. [Orlando time]. has been granted a divorce. U.S. commander said the rewarded with a trip to Silver Authorities released the sobbing I fen Squire Lar- -
COLONY. : 13 RM MWtetelM. 2:00.: 3..55.SO S They had been married 53 years. zone Springs. child and jailed her father. kln's prize roosteran
.
: T 45. 4O. Russian boycott of the Marshall I
ORAJfD: ...t the Bmnd. 225. 9 10. the Squire
: 7:50. Plan might hurry the political unification -
10 35: '"'- Bewe". 1:00. 3.45. S:25. .10. WITH NO STRINGS ATTACHED! Two Killed Several was shore hopin
and
of the American Brit-
RlALTO: Th. Return of Mont Crtgt WATCH OVER TROUBLED COUNTRIES!
1:21. 4.24.. 1:24.: 10.2". Law of thi .Lash.. ish zones. a move that could split I mad. Hits goln to be mity nice
1:30.: 3C!. 5 30.. Injured in Tornado the Reich permanently.] an sunshhiey for them picknicers
S YO g:: Th tl; tt.rc;00. 4 M. 1:40. Asks WAA for ReturnOf GRAND API At down by Gator Lake today.YODAY'SYIDCS .
10. r Ue n". .s . 3.45. 6 J5. City FORKS. N. D. [ Briton Urges UN Halt Balkan
least two farm workers were killed. Corn Hits $2.05l/2 New -tr
:
D.ZIt-XJ! 00W ;
: Miss la the Skr. U1g h
_. several and
injured widespread .
p.APOPKASlBbxl( tht IlalJ r. Pine Castle Air Field I destruction wrought as a tornado All-time High Figure I Dtrtona *aaeli Titfca: Huh it, .....
CIXRMOHT- 'Tear Charter' and 8:U p m: Low 220 a m. and 21 .a
DEUKD: n.Lady In tim Lab. struck Eastern North Dakota and : futures Disorders or Up Cocoa Boaclt Tid.ai Hlsa 8.37 .... aad
W..wran DREU: Stage CHICAGO IAPJ July com .
o.th ,. Den..". Biolldle' HoUd'7.: Br W. S. [PREACHER] ALLEN Western Minnesota last night. advanced to another all- :55 S.oa 1111I..t>:a.Low Inlot 2;30 TUm a a. and HUn TIT 8.3Jam.p.*.

Cb.hhol.EOsns:Tran.U 1 Had M7' War. South of fThe Sentinel-Star Staff Writer time record high of $2.05% a LAKE SUCCESS [AP] Sir Alexander Cadogan of and S:50 .".. Low 3.25: a.raJ! aid 3 12 BJB.Sim .

OROVELANDKUIlioB ItIaa1XJOE: Road. The City of Qrlando yesterday asked the War Assets Firework Blast Stirs PanicST. bushel on the Board of Trade yes- Britain told the United Nations yesterday they had better Ph.M3 JUaea SJ3.: Mt* ,;2$.
: Belle
of Ban
1.1 In the C.ra.I5Z53UR0 AueJo. 8111& Administration for the return of the Pine Castle Army Air LOUIS Mo. [UP] Hundredsof terday. "tear up the charter and pack up" if the Security Council LOCAL k7 U Tiiii'n'RATUItIS1Ifter4e4 e. WeaUjer BuTMtt 8t

0g.. end OVItan.: .IolulU O'Oocl.: PAIN: Field and prepared to negotiate for the return of that partof persons were thrown into panic Short covering boosted prices. could not stop the Balkan disorders on the basis proposed Muntcipal Airport:
Traders believe farmers hold- Mulmum 8* Minimum MTEMPCftAVURCS
Moowr DORA: Htf Sisters 8eereL last night when a fireworks stand are the United States. Cadogan also warned the Council 1.... ______ }
by 7 _
I'r'_ Sadmee.iANPOftD . the Municipal Airport which has been declared surplusby exploded in Welaton.'a St. Louis ing their old corn because of uncertainty I ______ 'fS$ ip.a.I ___ .5S2a.m. 133'sin.
as&- : Rough: kid Ab1.". .f Irish Chyng ROM.,. PRD the Army.At <0. suburb. Six persons were Injured. over the new crop, en- that its prestige would suffer If- _______ 74 3.p...".. ____ 71

....rII 81.M..Chi., 8ct-;' the same time Council had ference with WAA officials con- The explosion halted traffic in the dangered by bad weather.VACATION it shirked its duty in the Balkanscase. 1048. Andrei A. Gromyko. Soviet I : :::: =-=,74'74 3pm.4 p.m. ::-=':}

liT CLOUD: .Uloa Road. business district and .... .. .. .-.......
.WDfTER HAVEN: TT.U St ,tt. under advisement the recommendations cerning the return to the city is damaged Deputy Foreign Minister who has ------ 74 p. _. .13:

PAlACE.Wi.-** "HMM*-rv VJ. IJ a.. HiaeWIBC. of the Airport Committee scheduled for next Wednesday. awnings and windows two blocks "If we cannot apply proposals] fought Cadogan and Warren R. 1 7a.m--------.... ______ 75 T7 7p.m.I .... _-.. U,.
_. la Oklahoma. Bnlldoc of the Orlando Board of away. TIME ..... ____ 11 '5pm. ___.j7l
nam >d at 1117. LAx : FUhtlns ironi such as those submitted by the Austin, United States, at everyNagy
City Fathers have said they 10 .. _
...,..... Lon Well ta M.rte Realtors suggesting that the Pine e. $4 tO 3m. -4--' 75
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I. it : ora
are not willing to accept the [Balkans inquiry] commission and \ p.a.
Castle field be developed as an Greeks Report Attack Have The Orlando Morning Rang ______ '13 Midnight "24 -
Industrial center and the Municipal Municipal field with Govern- now in the United States Plans. Appeal '
ATHENS [CAP The Greek Gov- Sentinel follow you on your
19+LJuh, 19+7 Airport be retained for ment it Is city-owned restrictions, with inasmuch an investment as- ernment said last night an Albanian vacation. When you order your Urns we had better tear nsolu-1 WASHINGTON [lAP Former exiled Lew| CLSEWHCMCMiflti "ie"lw-;
,
Premier of
Hungary
commercial and light plane flying. : Nagy A&IIPiDe II 57iLovIs-vtfl.I 82 88
of 10 fired on a he
s.. ,lw leW ft4 JW U In regard to the Municipal field of about $lVi million patrol paper stopped at home let us charter"and pack tIP leader of the Bulgarian Peas- Atlanta IS" Meraphla M $3
under lease to the Army. Greek border station northwestof The proposals to which he referred Btrmiadiaa 88 5S MnvdiaaMiami 88 I"
the report of the committee Yannlna. know where you want. It,sent ant Party said yesterday they AU. City 71 83CbttUnoota 92$ T3
= 5 signed by ChInS Loren H. Ward, It has been pointed out that for the Summer. The rates by would have the Security plan an appeal to the UNap.1nst 87 so UlniL-etJ 88, 63H
6 8' urged that every effort be made to Commissioners desire outright Council establish a commission to the "subjugation' of Chicago a..l.a4 83 SO -52 .w Orlcaai 89 18 73 MPHCadelphla -
7 9 10 11 .121314i516 remove Army flying and control cancellation of the Army lease Jop Razors Seized Guam man are the same. and. If you stay indefinitely in the Balkans Eastern Europe by Russian-sup DaD."I' Norfolk: -83? *OPbocnlx

1819 from the airport the field returned intact with no GUAM [APJ Eleven straight- prefer, you may pay your bill ,to watch the troubled Greek bor- ported Communist minorities. Deny Detroit n 83 M 58DututD Portland M.- _-Tl.SJRicfimoBd. 85 -
17 'The city has been informed that restrictions and negotiation of a edge razors were seized, in a searchof when you return. der zone, and try for a settlement 81- 61OaJr "81*nSkLeuU
the field has been turned over to new lease with the Army for witnesses at the Japanese war of the Controversy. The Balkans point on the Balkans quarrel. listened atoa M TTKauat 84%SO
: 212223242526 U. S. Army engineers who are Il whatever part of the field or crimes trial yesterday after two Orlando Morning SentinelS i have been before the UN since the as CadQi'anspoke. He is *CltX* Si.,- 10sa.BO ....ttI.M AOt5100'UKoozvtfl. 91SO

.. passing it on to the,WAA. A con- facilities it wants. witnesses had committed suicide I London Assembly In January. slated to reply next Tuesday.. Lot AastiM ss ea Wutagtoa 84

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Page 2 tt t :JTcurlh!! of Orlando, Florida,_ Friday, July 4, 1947 War Claims ")



V ,Hunter Lauds Board 'efwv .
County
4iz d
L : Close Sought

Strong Fight Probes PleasTaxpayers

WASHINGTON (AP] A House

For LibertyISpecW By rY1Y v,,,. 1 lM. Foreign Affairs Subcommittee re-

ported that the VS. muat1n&1J.t."
[ r to The <4th of July Sentinel-Stor Y After delaying action on possible ending current reparationsfrom
on
TAVARES-The Declaration of > ''avr rr :ri a'4 ..j> ( beAfcdf r fdf a69ot4.. aF :new curfew hours for establishments : Germany and Japan to help

Independence was the culmination I selling beer wine and 'them get on a self-supportiBg

of "a desperate fight for freedom." I Ik whisky pending further study basis. It said Congress shoUdI

State Atty. J. W. Hunter told ; Orange County Commissioners have a hand In checking on future

i' the Kiwanis' Club Thursday ; yesterday convened,, a board of i I U.S. aid to Europe.
"\V. havt built a mightycountry equalization to hear complaints on Elsewhere in Washington:

on the democratic: principles __ 1947 tax assessments. Pres. Truman asked Congress to
of the Declaration of Independence After delaying action on approve an agreement placing the .

the Constitution possible new curfew hours former Japanese Mandate Islands
I UN
in the Pacific under a trusteeship
and the Bill of Rights" he said. for establishments selling with U. S, Administration.

He reminded his audience that beer, wine and whisky pend- GOP leaden decided to tackle

1 "th price of liberty 1s eternal! ing further study, Orange a. bill for unification of the arm
f vigilance" and warned that County Commissioners yesterday ed forces while the House will
I Americans must be on their guard > convened as a. board of equalization give No. 1 priority Monday to a
? to prevent losing their heritage of to hear complaints on 1947 bill permitting immediate cash
i freedom and personal liberjty. tax assessments.A payment of terminal leave bonds.A .
Referring to Communism, major complaint was registered 4 Senate Appropriations Sub
Hunter said It is a challenge to by Carl Courtney on behalfof committee voted to give the Army:
s freedom and liberty.. He declared the Kehoeberg Co.. Fittston. db $600 million more than the House
13 men in Moscow headed by :- Joseph Stalin. speak for leas than is considering cancelling plans for and air force equipment. It sp-
5 per cent of the 200 million people R: .. renovation of one of its N. Orange T proved a total outlay of $6 billion
of Russia. who have no voicein Ave. properties into a $I Yt million L 159 million.
f the government. medical clinic because of tax assessments Seven Senators, including Pepper
t which are held inequit CD-nal. were appointed to a
1 1I able.Courtney joint Congressional committee to
I :Severe Wind Storm ORLANDO'S MRS. LOIS M'GEE. . said that assessmenton ___ study the causes of labor unrest

Section As we know her [left], and in film role The Yearling, [;right]. Marks the St.land and immediately known south of and watch the operation of the

t r :Hits Apopka -It the S. V. Straley formerly,property, was as _' ____ ___. ___ __ ---no __- -__,__ ____ _____" I I Taft-Harltey Thirty-six labor railroads control operating law.
{Special to The 4th of July Sentmel-StorJ raised from $19,000 to $45.000 last THIRTY-FIVE HUNDRED MILES ON $13.50, month trip. Ten local scooter riders met themas in Southern States asked authority -

electric APOPKA-A storm accompanied severe wind by and a Long-Awaited Film 'Old Stuff'TQ year was while raised the house$500. in poor repair that is what the gas and oil cost Paul Clemons, they entered the city limits and escorted to Increate Pullman-car fares.wh1le ,
He them down Orange Ave. Shown above, left all railroads sought a tfl-
heavy rain visited this community quoted correspondencefrom and Ronald Perry, Orlando's two 'scootertravelers' ,boost in the
lion-doUar nation'sannual
Thursday at noon. his client which asked to right: Bruce Jennings, Joe Byland, AI
the front 17 Here Who Worked in It "what the hell to ride their scooters from here toMontreal freight bill. The InterState -
The heavy: awning on Is Orange County Sheehan Leslie Vickman, Dickie Horst, Bob II Commerce Commission
of the Hood Blvdg. on West 4th 1 trying: to do. get rid of its Canada, and return. The two boys Palmer Jack was
Tom Gordon
I Northern Orwig: Quattry, asked to grant a IS percent average -
Bt. was damaged when It was torn When The Yearling the Beacham Theater investors ,
opens on I returned yesterday after their less than a McAllis Clemens end Perry. Increase to make up for higher"
away from the building by the screen Sunday, it will be a long-awaited film event for Orlando P. T. Siemens pioneer Orlando Sammy Quattry, )
hear rain and wind and lightning merchant declared that his taxes costs.The
struck twice at Spur's Bar In the theater-goers, but old stuff for at least 17 local movie have been raised from $351 to Senate adopted a resolution -
Edwards; Bldg. folk who worked with the Hollywood group who filmed it $927 on a N. Orange Ave. home I asking the President to give
Builders '
but No streets serious damage were covered was reported with I around Bryan Ocala McGee.and motion Silver picture SDrin"....s.I .- chandise and from in$133 his store.to $302 on .mer- I See 'Spurt/. Motorists UrgedTo small voice In businessmen policymaking.Sworn a. greater

"Mr. Jim Burden made mis- testimony on statements
debris and there were many bad machine operator for the Beach- a
,washouts in roads in the city and am and business agent for the Morris Buddy Rogers Winston take last year and got away with I that Rep. Robert P. Jones fR Ol.
,throughout. this section. local union of International Alliance Hays. Gus Rockway. Herbert Fer- it. but I don't want him to get j But Decry Any BoomOrlando Obey RulesA nominated for membership in the
of Theatrical Stage Employes. tic and Paul Burress. all members away with such a raise again. Federal Communications Commission
headed the Orlando of the local IATSE union. Slemons asserted.T. I was a member of the Black
Apopkcns Observe group acting L. Staton Avalon Hotel Legion were caned for by the Sen-
Mrs. McGee has overstuffed contractors and building supply concerns I
as camera electrician and steward an building pointed out to the little care may safe a life. .
owner
Holiday for Today on location for the film. scrapbook of scenes and personalities Commission that he was paying generally agree that complete elimination of building restrictions Sgt. Bill Norris of the Florida ate Interstate Committee.The

'[Species ta The 4th of July Sentioel-Sterl His wife. Lois had a role In the connected with film- taxes on lots with only half the by recent Congressional action will stimulate Highway Patrol stated yesterday Domesday :Book compiled
APOPKA Apopka is observing picture playing Ma Forrester and ingof the picture including depth of adjoining lands in urging motorists to observe
photos of a Florida snake which equal to general building, but do not expect a sustained construc- between 1080 and 1088. records
supervised wardrobes.
a general holiday today Practically assessments on those properties. safety rules over the Fourth of I
<::0 that there were then 7.500 water
tion boom.
The film version of the Pulitzer wandered into the midst of the ,
all places of business are Producing lists ,of improvementson July.
:closed with the exception of the Prize winning novel by Marjorie crew, and of Gregory: Peck the W. Church St. and W. Central W. A. McCree Jr., president of Mrs. Bennett said, accompaniedby I "Traffic laws were devised to mills in England.
drug store which"will observe Sunday Kinnan Rawlings which latter appropriately autographed. Ave. during the past year Staton the Central Florida Builders Exchange slight decreases in costs. I prevent accidents and save lives" CARD OP TRAKKa
took. total of five years to complete asked why and a contractor said yes I wish t* emend ma nuke tad tpir.
hours and many Apopkans will assessments haven'tincreased terday that abolition of restrictions -I One large industrial construction Norris declared "and not to an- eittlaa for the acts of Undue. ...-
are out ef town spending the bring back memoriesof Scenes familiar to practically on those streets in proportion firm head said he expected"a noy drivers. Observe these rules lun .1 sympathy sod btkutifvl floral
holiday at the seashore or at spotlights sweltering, electric days of equipmentand handling all Floridans who have travelledthe ? to N. Orange Ave. evaluations trial construction on commercial will and pave indus-the good bit" of building in the immediate j and you will go a long way toward and effrrit ntUhlwri received drams from My mr riecnt kind btrtiTt-frt Bd.
the favorite fishing Ocala-Silver Springs vicinity having a safe holiday. mnt. ,in UM tow
one of springs or future limited however, ef my beloved biubtnd.
lakes. Stores will be open asI property to Braxton Beas- provide the' setting for the story His Orange Ave. property is assessed probably way for will a "building not bring spurt.about but I' by the flow of materials and nec- "The saving of even one life Mr. .John Evtrd Boas and MB J. X. Jr.
usual Saturday. Icy Dan AlUmond. Bart Griffin of how a Florida boy became a at $300 a front foot while any essary labor skills. Is worth all the effort we may
Kenneth Furber, R. 31.SUth. pal of a yearling deer. similar recently improved W. Cen- unprecedented amount of build I put forth.
Starring Gregory Peck The tral Ave. land is evaluated at $50a ing."The Quantities and quality of bUlld.1 i Dial 2-3743
is
"And remember the life that
Negro Maid Accuses Walter Morris. Tiny Morrow Yearling will be shown at the. front foot. Staton pointed out. housing problem "still ing materials have saved be EST. miOrUado'i
our biggest will not receive ing the past few months but may your own.
any
Bob Lee. Ed Forsythe. George Beacham for one week. Commissioners stood by their p PIleT
Ingalls From Stand stand last year in attempting to great new impetus and high many items still are on the ,
BAN DIEGO CAP] Negro maid lower certain Orange Ave. assessments costs of materials and labor will "scarce" list several building supply Auto Wreck Kills Three
Dora Jones testified yesterday she as a board of equalis remain a factor in holding up a concerns reported. ,
165 Mid-Florida BRISTOL [UP) State Highwaypatrolmen
,had undergone an abortion at the Handicapped ation and assured complainants lot of other building McCree Lumber supplies have become last night reported thata WILL BE CLOSED
asserted. and has
abundant
I insistence of Mrs. Alfred Wesley that each case will receive due more quality :
1 consideration Mrs. Marie Bennett secretaryof improved but top-quality dry I passenger automobile crashed ALL DAY .
Ingalls. who. with her prominent Persons Placed in again. into a gasoline truck setting the
EmploymentDuring Complaints be the Florida Lumber and Millwork I I lumber is not always obtainable
to filed
are with
'Massachusetts husband Is being I Assru, reported that prospects and items such as paint screen I truck afire and killing three per
FRIDAY "
Clerk Arthur Newell I AND SATURDAY -
tried on Federal slavery charges. the past fiscal year, 165 physically or mentally reviewed by the Commission and will in order be for the building Industry appear -I roofing and small hardware are sons. Identities of the dead were I
1 handicapped Central Florida residentswere good throughout Central !' hard to get. not known immediately.
in
placed received. The meeting of the For Call
French General Held in Plot "satisfactory employment" through efforts of the Orlando equalization board was continued Florida. I I I High construction costs laid to I Emergency
She found Increasing supplies of expensive labor cannot be changed Night flyers frequently take
PARIS tAP A retired French until July 18 :
general Jean Casimir Merson. district office, State Department of Education, vocational Action on the night club and materials and labor in most citieson i I until general high costs of living Vitamin A-rich diets for improved J 2-2312.
attache in Stockholm rehabilitation service., Clarke Ketzle. district supervisor: shop curfew a recent tour of the district. decline it was pointed out. I vision.
former military: - ----- -------- quor was I
and Belgrade was arrested said yesterday. following appearance of a 11.1
yesterday for alleged complicity They were among 469 persons of operators who petitioned
in a R1&htestplO\ to overthrowthe from the district's seven-county July X-ray Clinics I Commission to allow a :2 a jn. closing 'i
hour in the 'I
Republic. area who received vocational rehabilitation -1 Planned Usual Art Karst. night county.club owner I
Starnes in the 12-months endIng as told the board that places in the I :
Vacation
t on June 30. Regular public clinics for chest county begin their busy hours SATURDAY IS THE DAY( 1
ISrecW to July 4th fi Sentir- t-S arJLEE8BURG ) "At present. 232 persons In x-rays by the Orange County Tuberculosis around 9 or 10 p.m. and that a
C.
SUmes. secretary the district are undergoing re. and Health Assn. mobile I midnight curfew soon would render -
of the Chamberof them
Leesburg
unable
habilitation and 120 others are unit will be held as usual during to .pay their 11.enses. -
Commerce. Is a month's vacation -
on
In process of medical and apt! July although special clinic activity .
and will return to his duties Alph Hazen district supervisor. -
tude diagnosis to determine is being curtailed tempor-

here Aug. 1. whether extent that they they will benefit can be to gainfully the orily.yesterday.Sec. Madge Bartlett reported State told the Beverage K a board r s t'that a Dept.testimonyand he. substantiated believed Everyone Likes a Bargain and Everyone Gets a Bargain atTHORPE'S

employed. Kettle said. The mobile unit will be at the well-established nightclubs I .
Any person who has a physicalor Old Court House July 11 and 25: and other orderly' places
NEW ORLEANS mental disability that is an at Winter Park Health Center in the county should be given
employment handicap and Is feasible July 17 and at the Ebeneezer consideration for later hours
for employment Is eligible for Church for a Negro clinic July 28, Com. E. D. Cook assured the petitioners :
MARKET vocational Miss Bartlett said. that -the
rehabilitation cost of County Com AUCTION
which is shared by State and Federal missioners will not try to dry up
IIW., Jackitand Government on a 50-50 basis. trict counselors. Bruce Thompson the county- and said that he already
"By feasible for employment we Ralph K. Hood and Kendall C. had begun a survey of closing
I Nest tIT:W.aaUroad south mean that a person is physically Beavers Jr.Vocational. hours in the various localities
mentally and emotionally capableof rehabilitation serviceIs Cook also pointed out a law by
FREE PARKING being satisfactorily and adequately primarily for civilians since which so-called "jocks" may be
F.* Our C..t.io r Only employed," Kettle ex. former' servicemen are cared for closed for constituting. nuisance
I plained. under the Veterans' Administration disorderly operation or unsanitary $300,000 Stock of Fine Furniture Sold at AUCTION
conditions :
and said he
Fryers, lb. .___..57c 'Invalids, feeble-minded persons I but the service has helped strict would urge
enforcement of
I and the aged cannot be benefited i veterans on occasion in cases of such. I

I Hens, Ib. ...,... ..r.... 54cI by this service. Rehabilitation of non-service disabilities.
I
the blind'1s a function of the Clients are referred to the district -, Mount ,Dora School

I Ducks, lb. .......___...37c Florida Council for the Blind. office by welfare agencies Conversion Planned II I You'll be amazed when you see the beautiful furniture of period and mod- -:
"He said that last year 107' physicians the Florida State Employment j+j

Apricot Preserves, lb. jar ......29c persons were considered for re Service and others. } Special to The 4th of July Sentinel-Stcrl' low The furniture
sold ,
habilitation but were found Ineligible Those who qualify for rehabilitation I MOUNT DORA Mount Dora ern design at rediculously prices. you've always, ___ __
Mor Lamb 12 after preliminary exam receive treatment to :I school officials are making plans .
27c
oz can : ination. overcome their handicaps and i I to convert the present school audi- wanted to own can now be yours at your own price. Come in and pick it ' :
I Greta strinfUtt The Orlando district office one are either placed In suitable jobsor torium'into additional classrooms
Beans, No. 2 can _..14c of seven in Florida. is set up to are employed in schools on which are badly needed in the i '- have it the auction block and then
I out tagged placed on name price.
I serve residents of Orange. Osceola. the job by correspondents or by school. your :5
Alter Coffee, 1 Ib. jar 40c Volusla. Lake. Seminole Brevard tutor. Three classrooms can be made
I and Flagler Counties. Other' district "We try to make use of existing from tha space now occupied by t
Lard, 1 lb. pkg. .._,,..34c offices are located at Tallahassee agencies so far as possible." Ketzle the auditorium. If the change is
'I Gainesville Jacksonville made an auditorium may be con 'to
Irtafc Tampa. Miami and Pensacola. said.The structed FREE GIFTS at each AUCTION I
office works closely with from war surplus mater given
I .Potatoes, 10 Ibs. __.._.49c Ketzle is assisted by three dis- the State Tuberculosis Sanatoriumin ials or the gymnasium may be everyone

I Orange County and has helped used for assembly it was said. .
Laying Mash WANTED! many patients wlth'arrested cases in attendance. Also SPECIAL GIFTS. -- j

II Growing Mash secure employment training them 200 PhiladelphiansDue -
for such jobs and laboratory
7500.00 on First Mortgage.Well technicians
Hog Feed for Visit .
Located Business ,barbers tailors and watch- Today j -
Horse Feed workers. More than 200 Philadelphians

II Yellow Com Box IDS.Property.Sentinel-Star "Cost Florida for averages each closed-out$300. much caseIn ,I Angebilt are scheduled Hotel to at arrive 6 pm.at today the Use the Time Payment Plan and Take Up to 12 Months

less than the amount it would take lon a special 10-day vacation tour .
each year to maintain handicapped of Florida Jim Conoley, hotel
persons as charity or welfare said yesterday.The manager To Furnish Your Home the the :
I clients" Ketzle said. "Further tour Is sponsored by a Pay. Easy Way. Buy
more/they have the satisfaction northern travel agency and the
of becoming self-supporting citi group will reach here aboard1 the
fOJt YOUR-MEAT DISHES zens." Atlantic Coast Line. Thorpe Way.


HANDY MOR GIVES YOU I
Army Officer Tells KiwaniansU.S.


VARIETY Air Power Is Shrinking I I .00 AUCTIONS 7.30 :


America is responsible for preventing World War III, I

wa.r..r..c 'Svhich apparently is shaping "up" but its chief means of P. M. TWICE DAILY P. M.BUY

doing so, air power, gradually is shrinking, the Kiwanis .
ONLY MOR GIVES YOU 4 TO CHOOSE FROM Club was told yesterday.

Lt. Col. Dean H. Eshelman, in' command of Orlando
Army Air Base during the temporary -*
absence-of Co!.-Early E. W. farce gradually is being whittled i WITH CONFIDENCE
t Duncan said that while complacency down by budget cots, so
MOR ; OR R J4Rr I In this country followed the that Russia's military: budget
recent war as all others "the next year will exceed ours by $1 I
I
world !is still governed by force billion with 58 per cent of this .
regardless of the United Nations. sum expected to go for air force
Although it has only 500 first- and aviation research. FREE FREE.
line fighting planes plus 16.000 Planes based on the northern
obsolete or obsolescent planes this fringe of Eurasia could wipe out. GIFTS P'
country." be added.: "is the only and return to their bases any '\ PARKING
force in the world now. plus what targets above the San Franclsco- !
help the British fleet can give us. St. Louis-Washington line and For Corner Lot :
that will guarantee the democraticway thus could destroy America's war
of life. potential in a matter of weeks Everyone 22. WEST CHURCH STREET Garland & Pine'
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Bat he warned that its air Col. Eshelman said.

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I I Orlando,.Florida, Friday, July 4, 1947 Clio .3FmtrlI at July fsrntinrl- stnr Page.3: I .

Tillman Cites 3,200 Housing {Wife Says Love J --- '


Units Slated Budget Group Releases Baby HurricaneFlaunts !I Court Ruling Daytona Beach1Building e


80 Million Box Led to Crash Favors OilReservations i

For CompletionSpecial :
$8 Million Added Funds HolidayMIAMI Total .
[ to.The 4th of July SentinelStartJACKSONVILLEOn ] MIAMI [API While police Investigated -
British OutletI the basisof a theory that Torris V.
present proposals.! 3.200 apart- Seigle. 27, deliberately ended his TALLAHASSEE [AP] The Cabinet Budget Commis- [AP A minor sea storm TALLAHASSEE [APJ Trusteesof
ment units valued at some $20 life here Wednesday night by sion released another $8 million in State ;funds yesterdayfor I- the State Internal Improve-
the first of the 1947 hurricane season Shows DeclineS
million will be completed by the
JACK GUtNETT crashing his plane into a thickly- ment Fund may reserve oil and
tOur Own Staff end of 1947 in the Jacksonville populated section. his estranged (expenditure next year as it practically completed promised bad weather for the mineral rights on land acquiredfor
WINTER VEN-WhUe Corres Jr>dent] district which includes Orlando.as wife. 21. declared yesterday. "Tor appraising Florida's finances in the light of the deficit Gov. Fourth of July along the New non-payment of taxes but

Is nothing of record on the there a result of the Housing Act ris wasn't trying to kill himself. I Caldwell has said the Legislature created. England coast. cannot regain such rights on lands rSpe-wl toT -e 4* cf July Sentinel-Star]

**individual. members of mat-the signed June 30 by Pres. Truman. know itThe." It held back about $2 million as Grady Norton chief forecaster already sold In which no reserva- DAYTONA BEACH-Records at

Florida Citrus Commission have This statement was made here small plane crashed witht..o reserve funds. Yesterday's action for the Federal Storm Warning tions were included in the deed, City Hall revealed yesterday thata
let itt. be known that they plan yesterday by Martin J. Roess in blocks of where Sirs. Sel- jWatson i PlansContinued brought to $116 million the sum Service said the center of the Supreme Court ruled yester- total of 211 buildings had been
to Inalat on "'"" steam ahead" Jr. director for the Federal gle lived after having "buzzed released for operating costs of the disturbance which developedoff
getting citrus on Housing Administration. the area twice, and not far from State agencies departments and day.The built here during the past six
on the foreign re- the North Carolina coast court said the 1937 Murphy
the shop where she was em- institutions in budget commission
lid food program and on' national As a result of amendments to ployed.. i Oil yesterday would remain at sea. Act gives the State "ample months.
school lunch programs with "re the act. he said. FHA will be able r but probably would offer a authority"; make the reservations Total value was set at $1.667-
sults-and result only to be the to continue effective aid to private Deputy Sheriff Claude High said Accounting Asked backlash of rain and squalls I but added such reservations 683 a drop of $294.192 over the
measure of the ,efforts.. industry In production of houses "it Is definitely my opinion that ; Rights Fight TALLAHASSEE [AP] the along New England's coastline j| were not mandatory same period last year.
While for veterans that In the Seigle was trying to crash Into the Cabinet Commission today.
obstensibly. adding Budget -
he Is on a yesterday I Reservations cannot Be enforcedon
personal business first half of 1947 the Jacksonville house where his wife lived. [Special to The 4th of July Sent neJ-Stcrl agreed to call on the !'I Sixty-nine per cent was for
trip in the East. S lands already sold and on
The forecaster warned ships at of
Mrs. told I residential single-
Seigle police she did TAlLAHASSEE-Regardless 6f buildings
John A Snivel office Insured mortgages totaling f State Tuberculosis Board to give
i I
to be for I which no rights were reserved in
sea prepared heavy gales
not think her husband knew State Gen. family type totaling 164 per-
political danger. Atty.
Jr. about $31 million
Winter producing 4,600 it list" of its
I a "complete accounts -
in shipping lanes off the Middle the deeds "because the statute
new dwelling units. I where she was living and that he J. Tom Watson who hopes to beFlorida's I mits. These building had a val-
Haven memberof i had Intended to "buzz" the Sundry next Governor will con- payable after the agency and North Atlantic coasts during does not in terms make the reservation ue of $796.200 and average of '
the Commission reported it wa sin the red by the next two days. Small craft but the trus- 1
store where she empowers
was employed."He tinue a fight to have oil rights in $4,855 per house.
has been la committee working on the proposition was just crazy with love." she Everglades National Park returnedto I S97.000. around the North Carolina Capes I,tees of the Internal Improvement .
Independent contact ? had adopted a policy of I said. I.. the State he said yesterday. were advised to remain in port. Fund to make it,"' the court said Building Insp Carl Wetherell i
with a lot of buying the most foods for the" "If I didn't think there were I'meetings held since the Legisla- I in an opinion by Justice Glenn pointed out that the decline between -
people In a post least money and then had Changed i FLORIDA NEWS real questions and public rights ture adjourned early last month. Terrell. this year and last year was
-.Uon to help the within. the last few days to BRIEFS II involved. I would not needlessly About $19 million has been reserved Six Melon/ Marts due in a large part to less large }
citrus Industryget buying those foods in abundant jeopardize my political futureby for expenditure only if and FSU Launches Hotel construction stating that so far
.results In supply. He said he is hopeful that Last Flight TakenAt opposition which is alone and when the Budget Commission finds Seen as Weaker there have been Only several per-
wider use of cit Secretary of Agriculture Ander- single" he said. "1&' is a lot the funds are available. Restaurant Training mits for buildings In the $10,000 _
I ,Special' to The 4th of JuS Senhnef Star]
rus.After son and his aides preparing to go Banana RiverI easier to track with the majority The Cabinet members ap- class whereas last year there had ,,
LEESBURG The watermelon TALLAHASSEE [APJ Creation
checking to Germany to talk food with occupational than to be the minority especially proved a $1,201,265 appropriation been a $100,000 permit issued an- i
over the situation authorities will be able I VINAL TRAINING FLIGHT was in public life." : for salaries and expense markets in six principal Northern I of a new program of restaurantand other for $57.000 with several others : :i
In Washing to do a job for citrus such as they i -T taken yesterday at Banana His position with regard to oil I'I for the Department of Public cities were described as weakerby I I hotel management training at in excess of $10,000. :
TIllman did for thus summed : I Safety. Budget Director Homer the U. S. Department of Agriculture Florida State University and appointment '
ton. Snively by dried skim! milks in Japan River Naval Air Station. scheduledto was upI T The largest permit issued daring ..,
wire. Insisted that a capable man recently selling a lot of this be closed Aug. 1. . civilians think the public ought to I Graham reported the agency's; l yesterday, while markets :I of Miss Helen Under- June the records show. was :
be hired to work on the research : product where it was never want- also received Forty discharge- know that exploration contracts t "expenses were down and salaries [In five cities were described as : wood as director was announced !one for $12,000, issued to W. O. { a
and sales promotion of concen-i ed. notices effective July 15. with have been made by the trustees of I up." |I steady. I yesterday by Pres. Doak S. Campbell Webster for a five-unit apartment [t.
trated citrus juices not only for gradual the Internal Improvement Fund I The next budget was that of the | The New York auction, one of building t.j
foreign relief but for domestic Evans and C. C. Rathbun reduction to follow. . for oil research over large sectionsof I State Board .of Funeral Directors the weaker markets was paying I'' He said the program had been I j?]
school lunches. secretary of the Florida Can- Present complement of the stationIs land and water in the area that : and Embalmers "an appropriate from $285 to $900 a car. depending set up in co-operation with the
Then Spurgeon TUlman. sales ners Assn. highly encouraged 825 enlisted men. 235 officers has been established as. the Ever- item." commented the Governor upon size and quality. The I Florida Restaurant Assn., and is Christie To Direct ifUolF

manager for Pasco Packing Co.. by developments within the last and 336 civilians. glades National Park. I grimly. The commission released f jo.b market was described as very designed to train both men and 1947 {
* Homecoming
few days-including talk from "I think the public ought to i of restaurants
at Dade City and brother of FCC $10.350 to the board and withheld low. F.ob. sales in Georgia ranged women in operation
Chmn. Rollie Tillman of Lake Washington that export con- Gerald Gets Post know that these oil explorations 1150. from $150 to $300 per car. "under the best modern methods. GAINESVILLE [UP William st
trols on corn and wheat beremposed. under such contracts will be I Christie of Jacksonville has been
Wales has told the Commission may GERALD. Fort Myers at I A total of $260,500 was released
| will be in Washington LYNN yesterday was namedby brought to an end by' this convey- I to the State Railroad Commissionand Tax Roll Value Gains appointed general chairman of the. '
next week to work with ance of oil rights from the Stateto I Annexation Measure t-
processors Gov. Caldwell to succeed retiring $88.293 reserved. The commission University of Florida's 1947 homecoming -
Honey Buys Plant of other foods. such as Judge George Whitehurstof the Dept. of the Interior over was alloted an extra $10,- I TAMPA [API Taxable propertyin to be held here Oct. 24- t

TAMPA fAr C. P. Contts, beans soups, milks and the like the 12th Judical Circuit . tion the lands contracts to which these explora- 'I 000 for salaries in order to employ I Legality UpheldTAMPA I roll Hillsborough totaled $135,on 665.766.the 1947 a yearly tax .25. it was announced yesterday by R
vire-pmidrnt. William HorH7 also in abundant supply. State employes yesterday begana apply. additional personnel in its tele- [APJ Circuit Judge Blue Key, honorary fraternity
I gain of almost 5500000. CountyTax
"Likewise State leases
Corp. said yesterday Royal One citrus commissioner who long weekend holiday in celebration have been made many for oil produc- ; phone department after CabinetI Harry N. Sandler yesterday upheld Assessor W. S. Sparkman said sponsoring the event. !
Palms Foods. Inc. a Horsey asked his name be withheld said of Independence Day . tion over these park lands, and I members complained about telephone legality of the bill for annexationof II yesterday.
subsidiary had purchased the We have made some headway on All State offices closed at 4:30 in those cases there is everyreason I service and insisted stepsto several Tampa suburbs. He .
plant and assets of the Citrus and will improve it were necessary. dismissed suit brought by two
not
the foreign food program and we pjn. reopen until 9:30 to believe that no farther a
Products Co. Plant City for have received a'lot of encourage- Monday. prospecting operation or I Other budgets approved included suburban residents to stop the Blaze Destroys Mill Nr\ :

more than 1500.000. ment despite a lot of obstaclesand drilling will be done by the : holding of a referendum on the I FORT MYERS API The main f
now we have a thorough un- Accident Victims leasees if this transfer of oil Beverage Department-$540.000 annexation Aug. 5. They chal- I mill building of Slater Sawmill .
that he has been working with the derstanding of the problems andI rights to the Federal Govern- released and $48,535 reserved. lenged the legality of a. numberof closed since 1944. burned to the
British Ministry of Foods and am sure the Commission will do End Hospital Stay ment stands. Motor Vehicle Commission-$820.- sections of the annexation bill I I ground yesterday in a spectacular

that there Is a potential outlet In everything possible to get on this (Special to The 4th of July Sentinel-Star] "Records in Washington and 484 released and $546,926 reserved passed by the recent Legislature. noon-time fire visible for miles. i
this one avenue of some 80 minion list. MOUNT' DORA-L. O. Simp- Tallahassee made from geodetic Department of Education f

: boxes of fruit. Evans said that an initial pur- son Jr. and William Stephens of surveys by geologists show this general office-$307,320 released FOR THAT CERTAIN "PLUS"IN i
and $31,481 reserved. Veterans'education$1,991,510
Tb Jab is too big for Pain chase program of five million cases Mount Dora. Injured when CharlesDavenport's land which we propose to give to FINE FOODS-FINE SERVICE-FINE DRINKSI
[chiefly I
or any other such organiza- of single strength juice, a million car blew a tire and the Federal Government to be potentially
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: hit a tree, have been released from the best oil lands in Federal funds] released and conE TO THECANDLELIGHT I
lion to handle-It is strictly an gallons of concentrated juice anda I
industry matter from here on quantity of lemon juice costing the Lake County Medical Centerat Florida and that the sub-surface $4,750 reserved. CLUB I
ground analysis in Educational supervisory pro-
eat** Tillman said.Some a total of around $11 million had Eustis. None was seriously are many of Orlando Ave. MUSIC: Yes music tonight and everyeek .
$75 853 released North
hurt In the accident. places in substance the same geologically gram- and $8,428 Orange Ave., Winter Park 2 Doors
weeks ago certain people been suggested to the Govern- I passenger of the The other as were found In the best' reserved. Miscellaneous $5.625 For Reservation Phone 917 day evening at Orlando's popular ,
ment. car was Dodge
within the Industry thought it was Schubert. oil fields in Texas. i released. Free textbooks-$528.750
slightly less than useless to buck I released and $165,700 reserved. Fort Gatlm Cocktail Lounge. Jee 1

the cereals grains fats and oils Martin Leads StateIn Cocoa Davis Buys InterestIn .I School lunches-$1.400,000 Federal --Where Discriminating Pea le Co- McLees is at the console pane from
Ideas then prevalent In Washington Boy Dies of Hurts I funds] released. eight till. dosing. I
-but Gen. Mgr Bob Evan of X-ray VolunteersSTUART COCOA 1APJ David McCollon. Lake Newspaper Teachers' Pension Fund 458-
the Citrus Commission has ad- fUPJ 4. son of: Lt. Comdr., and Mrs. ,D, 380 released. Teachers' Retirement CLI. TAVERN: Al ftucfi Md Pack Mom
Martin Countyyesterday (Special to The 4th of July Sentinel-Star! )
milled that much progress has C. McCollon of Banana River System-$497.799 released and
led the State in response TAVARES Emmett B. Peter beh,nd the bar wig mot your fawnfc. j .5
been made. Naval Air
Station died yesterdayof $55.311 reserved. Stephen Foster
to a tuberculosis survey Jr. and Jack Grant publishers of : from noon till: / midtig lt J
He said that the Cabinet sub- injuries suffered Wednesdaywhen Memorial Commission $34,571 COCKTAIL LOUNGE '
offering than t
more 2.000 volunteers the Lake County Citizen an-
-- - for chest he was struck In the middleof released and $589,440 reserved. CM Ortee-anfetf MNray a.etwft.. Haiti***.as4 AJUmente-Tel. W. .. *17$-. 1
; the
X-rays Flor- nounced they have sold a one- DINING ROOM: Popular eafcnfl spot
ida Board of Health the highway by a passing car. third Military Dept. Retirements C
Og1MM reported. interest in the paper to diner
the
adiommg kxnge: serves
I JayCees Install Officers Randall Davis of Leesburg a $9,900 released. Vocational Education 4 To Have A Pleasant Evening Dance At The I :1
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UIICIUI' : Girl Drowns in LakeST. printer. -$1.043,230 released [partlyFederal'fundsJ from 530: till 9 Miss Roe Crape 1
FORT MYERS [APJ Bill Rol- and $375 reserved.
bids welcome
I PETERSBURG [API Mary leston of St. Augustine. State JayCee Scholarships-$455,760 released I SILVER STAR BARPACKAGE receptionist you t

I Open I t. IL Young. 12. daughter of Mr. and president presided last nightat Two Die in Air CrashJACKSONVILLE and $50,640 reserved. Citrus Commission I It's a dote-See you tonight :
Mrs. Wobdrow W.Young residentsof the Installation of Fort My- [AP] A Naval -$2.085,398 released and GOODS COCKTAILS
LAST 0ATWrt the Northside Lealman section: ers Junior Chamber of Commerce aviator Ens. Ludwig Wiermers. $300,000 reserved.Firemen BEER FOOD WINE
.. A14a-Ida Lepi.o was drowned in Lealman Lake officers. and his passenger. S2-c Robert Six Miles from City Limits on Cheney Highway I For! Gallin Hotel I
The Man I love" shortly before noon yesterday when Nadeau. were killed Wednesdaywhen Ask Pay Hike II 1
-Pl__ she stepped into deep water while Station their plane crashed near I 1
"DECOY" playing with her three brothers. Changes Frequency here the Naval Air Station here TAMPA [APJ Tampa firemen New Cocktail !
JACKSONVILLE [API Radio said yesterday.In yesterday asked the city for pay
leas Gin*-E4wr4 Nerrl i Station WPDQ will change Its !I I increases ranging from 14 to 27 LOUNGE j
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The Tropical Hotel broadcasting frequency to 600 kilo- Florida 25,000 wildfires burn I'per cent which they said were 1
Tomorrow"Riding cycles at 6 pjn. today. it was an- 306 million board feet annually- I necessary because of higher living '
"Central Florida's FlaesfKISSCIIMEE. TONIGHT
The nounced by Robert"R.. Feagin. gen- enough to build 40,000 five room j r costs. A lrConditioneds :
FLORIDA "
CaliforniaTrail" eral manager. houses. I

"Lost Jungle" Coder New Year ManagementOpen Round ,I Your Club Today "GOLD MINI; IN THE SKY"GENE Serving Noon Till Midnight

Cocktail Lounge OUT OUR WAY ORLANDO: KlwtnU Club. CofC Bid*.. AUTRV t O
No. 11 LneheoB 1Z-2 Diner\ C a 12:IS p.m. Lions Club. CofC Bide.. 12.15 "HIGH POWERED" FORT GATLIN -
JUMP ON THAT SERVES SHOWIt4' P.m.BARTOW ROBERT LOWERY-PH\LLIS BROOKS
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DINING ROOM'- COCKTAIL LOUNGE PACKAGE GOODS CO CRAB ME OR THEY THOUGHT Gtr MIS Nb JOB i'T COCOA: KHrmii Club. City Han. IMS First Show 7.U Children Inder Twelve la Cars Admitted Complete Free Show From 1*:M 545 Orange Ave., North a
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"Dancing under the stars" itii IS! : Townsend Club. Comma
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Bin* Araeld sad M. Orchestra Wednesdays and Saturdays HalL 8 pmMOUNT .

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FLORIDA. 1. $ ISn.> .' L1FE I SVE &EN'MiNMsIG'l j Pine Castle Purchase Held

PuwsW ....kb-. New Tats Day. court! eI July: Labor Labor VoiceCreepln 11"HEN'TfIEY LNED iN :t lD\/E\ rrwwv DONT WE 'f00. LETS GET laOLD OF
' n.F. baJIuli11n Day and Oirtatma.b y Seatnml4tar co.fOrlando A CTlV APARTMENT TRV TO FIND A HOUSE AREAL ESTATE 11GENT
Daily Newtpapen", 1Dc.J a' JJI South Orange Ave, of Taxpayers' Money
Y14. ly DREW) PEARSON HEY USED TO DRIVE DOWN HEQEZ. AND LOOK AROUNDKAHrrsTOO Waste
? ( t= n MC Ml- U* matter at the Port Ones at WASHINGTON They've been considerable Z5 MILS EVERY
Or luSoL TtoKU.) under the Act of March 3d. M79.TEtXPHOXE The Fourth of July
charges and counter-charges: : that CIO Counsel Lee : WEEK/ END JUST 70 Editor
Sentinel-Star qNoi 6R..
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AQ 4181Siitocnpuea
Pr c Suad Departments y Oafr U JO P r Yr.4 Pressman ghost-wrote the hot White House veto 00 OW A BEACH J r ? The city needs the Pine Castle PLACE ?
Labor BilL Truth Is dog uTs1lC
message on the Taft-Hartley airport about as much as a
Muat Aatstus. frnmnJMM HIMT '4LC..EMTMUI DaucmMANCO that he had no direct hand In writing the message needs two tails. To hear some of
c.1moGIll.. MM.C T.Uwiwct,A... DIB.KOBUT though some of his words did creep in. our city fathers talk you would '10

W. Lmrrt. In. MM.Cu F. WAITU. CLASS MM.HetiuT Inside fact Is that the bristling veto message I I think Orlando was on a par with .1

He*****. MAMMIM la.HAI C..IO...... Sic. Ta.... was by Whit House assistant. Clark Clifford with NeW York with planes landing

: ... Havana, C u MM.J. R. T. Mus. Tvro. Sun. the help of two principal contributors every siX minutes. All these fellows -
: W. LuurtH. Cm C*. MaL QlAIUI MlKIN. Pus S fT. (. "w rp r seem to do is figure out ways
solid-
William S.Tyson money. Itthey11
to spend the taxpayer's 4Dv
N....r of T1i. AiaotiAtea Prtt tor of the Labor Department. and take care of half the urgent -
T**) Asteeitato' Prep sa exclusively *Bt ' Paul Herzog chairman of the' needed that
that are
4
things
i /t44 the far -publieatloo of aOisateB :
i a.w : aeerc4U4l t* tt at atotherwae -: National Labor Relations Board. : I come under the regular days business ,

accredited to thia paper sad e However both Tyson and Her- ROQUEFCGT7CANT VOU6ET neTI be more than satisfied much with a man like that epeei-
l the IDeal .
a All toe tor npub&w: zog wrote analyses of the labor TfEV UVE A 0LOCK CXJT OF THAT CHAIR Mt1GH'iI I1BLE e M SCOTTY.Poll ala one who isn't afraid of anything -.

ateMS" IIeftta are aIM reserved.PAGE bill for Clifford's guidance. And FROM THE SHORE. ANO TAKE THE POOR KiDS Lm'OF NONSENSE, r 1 I I that walks swims or ftte .

I 4 FRIDAY..lULY.. 1947 these were strikingly' similar to OLD MAN NEvtfc/ EvtH OVER/ TO THE (BEACH 5Now WITH err MO& on Pegler Would SilenceHis for I the consider country Pegter Please a good keep tense htea
CIOs Pressman.
an analysis by FROM THE CfT/
< LOOKS AT THE OCEAM-' Critics Called 'Tonic'Editor. going by all mean
This is. probably why certain
TODAY'S THOUGHTS ; DOWN THEREHELEME Fourth of July B H. G U'I'HRIE.
That your faith should not stand in the wisdomof I phraseology that cropped up In The [We will-Ed.1

men but in the power of Gods I Coftnthia.ni ; the final White House draft o! ,I Sentinel.Star proposal: by Mr. Petersonof

, 2:'. Pty, i ." the labor message. was attributed' COUCH, In Clermont re: that you conduct a I This/ Reader Agrees on Peg's

Pearson to Pressman. f 13 cracwteu.PLACE, -' n r1'ALLE reader-poll on the subject of continuing Criticism of Roosevelt/ 'Shrint';

The' person who has a firm trust in the Supreme Further inside fact is that;I } StREANLSN y. era"4sai or dropping Westbrook Editor. The Fourth of July

i Beini is powerful In his power wise. by his wisdom Clifford requested opinions! of several other individuals PeSeainStSlof sort I imag- Sentinel-Star:
this
happy by his hipptnesa.l outside the Government Including William own decision Pegler's article en the Roosevelt
l Joseph Addlson. Leiserson. former chairman of the National Labor. tne you without will make too your much outside shrine was good. It's slckeatag

Relations Board. However Leiserson is plenty Nevertheless such a sacrilege to call this a thrtac.

Where To 4 1947? peeved because Clifford rejected his views-after 7-4 uatwtgnwrurt.u.mars .Dais... ttuuao suggestion.poll has been taken by a newspaper -i which means a holy place. rra
July
on
seeking them. {, before on this man. and results sure neither Mr. Rootevett or his
- family considered him holy.
NATION WAS born In poverty 171 A confidential memorandum Leiserson sent I I were surprising critics.-and I discouragingto believe the Please count my vote for Pegler.
.OUR Clifford only mildly critical of the Taft- Pegler's
was
ago. PITCHING HORSESHOES was about eight to one to I'm glad we have Mfneooe like
I Bill and endorsed several provisions of score tell the truth about tfetati.
P We weren't a nation. We were just an Hartley continue him. I him to
tbe legislation Including the ban on jurisdictional write about unpleasant which other writers glow over.
1 idea in the brains of some strong-minded strikes steps In management.labor Pegler does subjects, and Also. if it's wrong to point out the
as necessary Human HabitBy and ugly
colonists darned sick of being told to bowto relations. Thoughts Are a admittedly in rough language.But sins or faults or t dead pretUest.
will. why have we heard so much about
his British majesty's Leiserson tells friends that while he couldn'tendorse he has certain basic virtuesor

But the idea was good. It had to do with the-whole bill, in his opinion some parts of BILLY ROSE fleas and making wisecracks about the big shots he wouldn't be in business: He it the Harding supposed through stes all ef tbe PretMLent yean.

the, rights and liberties of little fellows. it were good. In any case the former Labor Boara About a week back I wrote an open letter to A skinny Frenchman named Voltaire did several if tells necessary the truth: and-and to date can has prove never What's the difference?

II developed the most powerful nation head privately declares that some of the hot language Pres. Truman taking him and the State Depart- stretches in the. Bastille for his literary: nose- lost an argument. You can't do "NOT AN IDOLATOR"

.. in the world less than two centuries later. Clifford wrote into the message should have ment over the Jumps for what I regarded as a thumbing in the direction of the throne. An ex- -.-

Now great and powerful we are fighting been "toned down." pretty shabby piece of double-talk on the questionof cowhand named Will Rogers got to carry more ,I AUTHENTIC STATEMENT

another war of ideas and ideals. Palestine. weight around these parts than the frozen-faced' BABSON'S

Anyone in aviation will tell you that there's Since the piece appeared, a baby blizzard of fellow who was President at the time. I )

Our disagreements with Russia are nothing bashful about Maj. Alexander de Seversky telegrams and letters has hit the office. The mailman Don't get me wrong. I'm not rating my portable i Courteous Attention Urged
wi vastly more fundamental than anything when it comes to airplane design Repeatedly, before on my block has with Diogenes' bathtub. Voltaire's powdered '

we have run up against thus far in our Pearl Harbor, he bearded and badgered Gen. asked me to rememberhe's Bill's lasso. I mention these emI- I'

171 years. Hap Arnold to build long-range pursuit planes put not as young as he flu. 3 6a T [EFT IS nent gentlemen wig or to get across my point that the At Capital for Inventors
armor around Flying Fortresses. When it comes to used to be. A 1AeIRi reK-- A '
Communism is dangerous because it is LI"E A'p' wisecrack has its place in criticism that you can If ROGER W. IAISON
kissing his wife in public however. Seversky belongs Most of the corre- thV MY
a religion, rather than a political creed, it to the old school.As spondents saw Aye-to- NERVF be smart without being soporific. I' WASHINGTON D. C.-A redheaded young man has

.seems to us.Democracy. Seversky called at the White House recentlyto Aye with me on the dan- When my,barber sounds off on the state of the just been telling me of his experiences with the bureaucrats -

thrives on helping little receive the Harmon Trophy for outstanding gers of hush-hush diplo- sf Union. I don't get mad. I don't agree with him Washington.. He is a natural inventor and is now

eUows to big places. aviation service from Pres. Truman, news photog- macy. For which beau- ; sometimes, but what of it? I've often heard more working on an engine which uses air for fuel instead of

Communism thrives on the hungry, the raphers learned that it was' a double red-letter day coup thanks. Some of the sensible talk in a barber shop than I've read in a gasoline or diesel oil.
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for the Russian-born aircraft designer. Severskyand week's issues of the Congressional Record. On an .
letter writers however college <
is not -
a
,desperate of the wqrld. I As this young man
his lovely blonde wife were observing their 22nd got pretty mad. In angry international level, the open forum of the barbershop and knows little
Ideas and graduate with subsidttBg pn.ea.
When such i I then
two conflicting
wedding anniversary. So photographers asked themto words they told me these might do a lot of good. If there were more about the techniques of modern which was a blunder. Now they
:jdeals. bump heads, backed by a mutual embrace. questions should not be honest disagreement out in the open there might physics, he is looked down uponas are experimeattsg with rateisg .

knowledge of atomic power, the future of Airs. Seversky was willing, but not her famous discussed by a Broadway be less dishonest agreement undercover. Which a crank by the "higher-ups" and towering tariffs, whlea !la pun

.civilization is at stake. husband. clown with breakaway was. what the letter to Pres. Truman boiled downto. in leading educational institutions. politic

"Mr. President," he demurred, "the place fora suspenders and a nose l 'I I am not up on atomic physics The chief interest amongst

STRICKEN WORLD expects the U. S. man to kiss his wife Is at home not In public." that lights up. They suggested I know there's a big temptation when you get but I do believe which that this somedaythe red- the Washington people seems to

A to remain strong. "I don't blame you," chuckled Truman greatly I let the Deep Thinkers do the deep thinking a little white space to become deafened by the I head principle is sacrificing, for his life, will be to get more appropriations

This we have failed to do in the militarysense. amused. and confine my writings to razzle-dazzle and thunder of your own thoughts. I've seen it happento be recognized. I and more Jobs whether or not

Finally Mrs. Seversky took matters into her razzmatazz.Well a lot of guys and I'm not saying it can't happento I However, my immediate appeals these quack remedies will da

A of own hands, giving her reluctant spouse a clinch maybe they're right. And then again me. But a couple of things may keep me from I that college professors and I any good.Following.

wave politically inspired economy that. would have done Justice to Hollywood. maybe they're wrong. thinking my peashooter is a cannon. First. I don't i I. Washington bureaucrats give more World War I. we had
has reduced our defenses far below the I It's true I don't perk up my articles with have to pretend I'm an expert. Consequently, whenI courteous attention to all who 'the same cot-of-imng difficulties -

safety factor. Two days after Congress passed the TaftHartley learned references to Cresham's Law and Adam don't know, I'm not ashamed to ask. Second I've come to them I that we have today. The conclusion -

This not only is dangerous to ourselves Labor Act, Atty. Gen. Tom Clark set up a Smith's Wealth of Nations. It's true my trainingin been around the theater long enough to know that with an idea..1(I then was that I aide hem

but. it reduces the respect for us of those committee Inside the Justice Department to attempt economics has been limited to 47 years of hand- the fellow who hollers the loudest Isn't necessarilythe Many of the rev everyone working' a little herder

stricken nations looking our way for protection to enforce the act as rigidly as possible. to-hand fighting for a living. It's true I'm more best actor. In fact if you holler too loudly,.the olutionary have Inventions come- I to and high a little living longer cost 1 the retted taOon thigh
The Taft-IIartley Committee he has appointed audience sometimes misses the words. i
and for help. at home with puns than with pundits and that from men like humble Inventors of DeW machines -
consists of; Lamar Caudle, pro-tern Assistant Nineteen columns out of 20. I to be
expect
I blow an ocasional soap bubble while on the soap Edison Ford and I new processes and new dtocoveriea -
The Marshall Plan has been dynamited Attorney General for Crime; Peyton Ford. Assistant box. But what's wrong with that? peddling that ever-lorin poKomrand doing my t< Marconi, who The same is true tedaf.I .

by .Russians. It is up to us to Attorney General for Claims; Stewart old soft shoe dance. But every so often, when I never saw the inside I I Too many research' laboratejfrf
put the program across, with or' without MacGregor assistant to Clark; and D. M. Ladd Where does it say you have to take fencing feel like hollering I'm going to stand up on my of a college are working on new product*,la

tbe Kremlin. It ,means friendship with assistant FBI director. lessons before you can stick pins in balloons? hind-legs and holler. and perhaps nota tempt our housewives, ratheron OR

nations and a stronger front. Already the FBI has been keeping an eye on Where does it say you have to have an FBI badge I'm not saying my polaverings rate being carvedon high schooL reducing the cost of exeIIsI
John L Lewis to see whether prior to June 30 he before you can holler "Stop thief"? the pyramids.But i Babson The poor treatment products.The .

On this July 4th, 1947, let us rememberwe communicated with any of his union chiefs In the There plenty precedent for the moonlight and I think ole Massa Billy has as much equip- I 1 that ordinary inventors get reduction of the eost-ef-

were born in weakness and have grownto coal fields to inspire a strike. However. Clark has bubblegum approach to world' affairs. A kibitzer ment for palavering as most ,of the practicing experts I today at Washington or at our big living is primarily a matter of

great strength. With strength and power reported to Truman there is absolutely no evi-. named Diogenes started it. He used to sit in a -a typewriter a by-line and a heck of a universities short-sighted is and not almost only crueL treason-but industry more inventive Thinking geniuses more wad mere and

come appalling responsibilities. Let us accept dence of a Lewis strike conspiracy. bathtub not far from the Acropolis scratching for nerve. working more Is the anw"'.
them -----. .- able.At
seriously, perform them the present time Communismis No wise economist should decry -
,humbly.We While Congress has been badgering Atty. Gen. gradually working westward, increased pages per se. Good
want no territorial aggrandizement Clark for criminal prosecutions in Kansas City and WESTBROOK PEGLER OBSERVES and unless stopped will take over wages are necessary to<< create purchasing
for strict enforcement of the Tall-Hartley Act. the whole of Europe. Yet Wash- power which is as fc-
but know that be
we strength must simultaneously Congress has refused to let Clark ington thinks that only money is portant factor in employment. Oa
nurtured. Let us nurture ours by doing a have a new head for his Criminal Division. Roerich 'Museum Was Restful needed to stop Communism. This the other hand, labor unions have

real job for the peace of the world. More than three months ago Clark asked T. Idea is wrong. dene very little to bring about

Edgar Hoover to pick the best prosecuting attorney Brains and Faith rather than high wages.

Holiday Caution RulesWHEN he could find in tbe entire country to become By WESTBROOK PEGLER Bloom, unless someone had the gall to forge this money are most needed by Europe Not only have many labor anions -

Assistant Attorney General In charge of NEW YORK-I have been developing a pictureof and England today. Our increased the eostf-Rv-
YOU TAKE off for the horse crime. letter.Now policy o( sendingmoney, brass big, bat they hare retarded Inventions -
the association of prominent and influential let us see what Sol says in his letter on the hats and' politicians to feed the and new processes
ins Ocala the barbecue in Accordingly Hoover submitted several names New Dealers with' Prof. Nicholas Konstantin Roe- same occasion: starring Is well-meaning, but it which are essential in reducing
Oviedo, the rodeo in Kissimmee or the big topped by Vincent Quinn. hard-hitting young will not save Europe: from Com- living costs. The inventors of
rich who was Henry Wallace's Guru at the 25- In the first sentence he plays the duck. Can'tbe
show in Daytona today, you will be riding crime-prosecutor from Brooklyn. But though Tru- nranism. the country are mostly responsible -
in one of the 30 million cars rolling along man Immediately sent Quinn's name to the Senate. story lamasery or joss-house, at 310 Riverside Dr. there. Very sorry. Sick. Second sentence, soft- The great need of Europe is to for the good wages being

the 4th of July highways in America.That's it has languished before Wisconsin Sen. Wiley's To proceed now: soap.Third sentence: "Such a museum greatest asset rebuild her universities churchesand paid today.
judiciary Committee since. The scientific schools and to give Often I am meet "What art
lot of autos. ever Republicans There was a loud fuss when the cornerstone greatest importance to City of N.Y. and coun-
a led by Ferguson of Michigan apparently don't scholarships to boys and girls who the fundamentals of prosperity
When that many four-wheeled, gasoline trust the judgment of J. Edgar Hoover. was laid on March 24, 1929. As the poet sang in try at large in perpetuating the art and philosophy have brains. Initiative and a desire and I reply ""Three nab

burning, speed makers start out at once, Note-Meanwhile. Republicans were anxious to "The Face on the Barroom Floor," a goodly throngwas of Nicholas Roerich." to help their people. The Natural Resources, Enthusiastic:
there. This to be cultural and educa- short-sighted policy of just saving Inventors, and Sane RettgBias."
is bound to the was a
something happen. jam confirmation of ex-Black Legionnaire
Rep. him
Oh. the old hypocrite! Can you Imagine
the lives of the starving without This is not contrary to the eet...-
Here rules to Robert F. Jones of Ohio to the Federal tional layout, but it not hinted to the
are some common sense CommunI- was even polishing apples like that, to get himself an doing anything for those who are lished economic theory that pros -
bring you, the wife and the kids home all cations Commission in a couple of days. public at the time that .The old boy in the Mandarin apartment in the joss-house, and then telling me not starving but who hare education perity is based on "Land. Labor

in one piece! make-up was God Almighty, a belief, perhaps erroneous I. and ability is a great mistake. and Capital." My answer simply
Gas and whisky don't mix. The six-day vanishing act of New York's Rep. that was revealed laterbY' the other day that they were all nutty and thatnefJ' The cost-of-living has increasedIn specifies that Land of Hsetf ta tf

Have fun after arrive at Charles Buckley from the( May-Garsson trial was no Louis L. Horch. the regional time he looked at one of old Roerich's:: paint- the United States about :56) no use unless it has good ...
your you surprise to his House colleagues who have known ings he would want to Co.and get a drink. per cent since 1940 Congress and forests or minerals; that LaborIsof
your destination. Blake your trip slowly director of the Department of the; bureaucrats here in Washington unless has
Buckley as The Phantom since his election to no use it brains, Initiative -
and carefully. Congress 13' x., .. < Commerce for New York and New Well I Just can't help it if this does break over have tried many legislativelaws and inventive powers; and
Central Florida can't afford auto acci- years ago. .,.. Jersey, who stumbled around in a into another installment tomorrow I have got to to keep down the cost-of-liv that Capital is directly the remit
used to
Buckley keep his office locked
dent casualties. up for -. 'l mystical daze for several years. tell you something Sol told me. You know he is ing.: They experimented with fiX- of honesty thrift and credit,-
long periods occasionally sending a secretaryalso ? The Roerich Museum Press 77 and has had a very interesting life in the fight ing prices, which was a failure; the products of religion.
( paid by the taxpayers] down from New Yorkto k ,'which was just one of many cultural business and the show business, too. So we got to --

The New 30 Pieces of SilverrpHE sort out the mail accumulated outside his door. .:. -*. enterprises under the Guru's talking up old fights and he said he was the one A_ .. Proviso Paula o.

However, after the Merry-Go-Round exposedhis general direction. issued a memorial who matched Corbett to box John L. Sullivan a I U. S. Naval Leader I H
LURE OF the dollar sends nebulous .
almighty maneuverings in August. 1943 Buckley of the cornerstone exercises. four-round exhibition in the Grand Opera House in N 5L

JL many a fellow down the wrong trail. opened up his office and kept a permanent clerk This included a strange letter San Francisco for charity the time Corbett took E

After a long career as a public servant, there to meet constituents. At that time he was from Sen. Robert F. Wagner, of the feel of the old soak. HORIZONTAL CO Horses ,

,Andrew J. May, the former Congressman, chairman of the House Pensions Committee whichdidn't New York, the author of the "It was Just a sparring match and Jim wore 14 Pictured op-G1 pedpher 1 W AU
hold one meeting during an entire session. Labor Relations Act. in those four eraUoos com VERTICAL .
.finds disgrace.The Pegler Wagner evening clothes Sol said. "But : o SI4C
Some committee members confessed "We wouldn'tknow mander ef
easy money of war days was too : which has caused more disruption rounds he found out he could lick him. 1 Indian. .
** U.S.naval t .t.
our chairman if laid him.
we
eyes on trouble generally In our country than Corbett earnivora
rioting and Somehow he failed to put a halter on
tempting. .
In fact. an "Out to Lunch" sign once hung onBuctIeT6 task force 68
The courts find he sold honor for cash any other issue since slavery and cost the nation but he said he did bring over Peter Jackson the 2 Satiric t n
office door for a week the longest "lunch calcu- 14 Agitator t
I
and
graft extortion
through Corbett's equal
more money Australian Negro, who probably was Rope .'
and sentence him to pay the penalty. hour" taken by a Congressman or his secretary in than other .15 Spanish
lated Impairment of production any as a boxer, although neither one could break an egg Color 21 Tendered 39 Attacks
The 30 pieces of silver weren't worth it. j weight
Capitol history.
cause since prohibitIon.Old with an axe, and guess what else he said. I While 22 Hebrew45 Bind
.------- Wagner never was anything but a com- Sol said: "I paid Wm $15 a week for fighting IIS Ripped 6 He is a ascetics 47 Cit7 InArabia

night. He would fight six times a week Ventilates Admiral %Command 48 Irish (ab.)
Fourth of Sentinel-Star Radio mon Tammany club house politician and Judge, every
July Program 7 Albanian river 27 Musteline
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so it was not strange that he should give his sometimes. But of course we never had those big Heads 8 Throw Contended

wvsjO inlet WVOP On) WORZ rre.) mraaa run WLOF nnai vunmr nt. ) name to such a law. but even today some citizens houses. He boxed Corbett 62 rounds to a draw on a 20 Finish 9 Railroad (ab. 30 Swiss mammal 50 Feminine
) river
.RJi IB w'wud 4UiU.:. __ Stf. Oa Hw 3:30 __ t. .. In San Francisco suffix
.00 Ck Jtv Gin Take Whitcm Club B I 11 ,..naur .....ill. GMraa PIaben 3 4S AAD Track M..t__ P, Whiten Club BaadsUad __ refuse to believe were- 10 Vase 32 Year before SIMouthward
135 Niiibtit!" n_artist.-. M.Rmm.arm P...I1J. .. !iota -.,- 4-00: BOOM ran, P. Whitema. dab N.., _____ calculated intention of the sponsor. then. Neither one could hit the other. 2i Courtesy title 11 Menageries Christ (ab.) 53 Bonk

.!toe-.sylta T._: Mini ..;..-....-.--mock- --- If.Pral".. ._ift.n___- 4 ese:IS Dr Howe Paul Party___J..T._-_ P.TofcT Wbitrra R.td __Club_ Btvdle Slvdio Party Party __ This letter from Wagner said: "I know of no But 62 rounds is an unconventional What length?fora 24 Chinese city 12 Receding 35 Pushes away 55 Self
1 II T._ Patrtl Uwtcal Clock _._ Mm'* D.ros4aa. 4:n AHl nc' Church __ Tom MU ______ Btadlo ,.rt, ___ of the fight that went to a draw. happened 25 Preposition 13 Persian town 36 Charm 57 Road (ab.)
1:30 Wa- C. ttetn 11.rata0 11..etlaaa N... --_ 7 o-Erte Snarctd. News Tcrrr FlraU. News _____ more restful place than the quiet rooms "Oh." Sol said "They Just got tired and stop- 18 Sun god 38
-t:4s: Me.a ......u_.. N....W.l. .-__ 740 Clab .__--- S.IS Tims Oat for Music Sky afar ____.y- Btndlo Party ..-< Roerich Museum to which Nicholas Roerich has ped. 26 Thus Spoliation 59 From (preflx)
status ._ S:39 tam A Abner _. Jack Arautroac Radio Rodeo 28 Nickel I 6 i ..
ta0 CBS M.n au.any. Hews brought the Oriental atmosphere captured in the 1 a t1 too tt b
a IS Oea. t..M Baa of the Day.. 140 Ctaa,-=== _0.45 Dick HefK.ws Air te.no The _.. Lowell Thomas :: But what about the customers? (symbol) I I
5 30 w, i 1 Cmrly 4.l.ladle! Tr1* *40 Club '00 News A Scores Tapes Lewis. Jr, Sapper Club _.--_ distant East. "Oh they were tired of it. too., 29 Neckcloth ,r
"t U a.- smtna ae1Mc. srtts.t 'to dab -.IS Lone Ranger Dinner Marie _... Is the Bportlite _. s .
,:30 Lone Banter Henn J, Taylor Music for Dminc, He was referring there to the old plant which Well. to get on with the letter from Sol to the 31 Platform
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Ito_ .. =--k t>sual 3e" Breakfast Breakfast Club C1..a ._. Kows 740 Club ,. _.., .1.45: Root. Tnnt-N.n_ Sports Parade _.. H. Y. Kaltenbora.T _. was to be replaced by the new Heaven. lamasery people: 33 Fruit drink 'I\\" If} '11 r. I31iIOt
c. Kvelya Wtawrs Breakfast dab. Womaa World= T Hawk Larrabe ,_ Headline tioa Hlchwayt la Mel said something which has a certain 34 Greek letter
.*jraw.raat. *t ly .. Breakfast. nab .. Wemaa World T.ls "* Larrabe* Elmer Darts Hithwars In Mel* Then he "It is an affirmation of a greater human understanding to r t u. "'I.
eu fret My Tq suej Te Robt. Q Lewis .:: Favorite CoauwMr Times Place. Tune sound when you read it by the light of the knowl- 3S More unusual ::?:". J.,. -
.I000 ad rU Robs. 41 Lewis .ori\O Composer Tim. Place. Tun. through beauty and win serve the
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O.dfra stsrr-a.
Artaur Cesekar. saadstaad have already developed of the queer go u
ae.Jo pa****** ta Mad* Betty Crorker T Jack berth -..--'Tg 1:00: ArthVs Plate __ Gabriel Hostler American koreU. edge we cause of better international relations. Its mes- (comb.form) m U. U .. Zi
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i':4t _.ary ..._m. u......* r..> --. Baad taa. :IS Artau'a Place __. Real Stories __ American NovelsJO ings-on in this set. Remember at this point that '
: Godfrey Tel. Sets Your T.B 1. .. Thorpe Auctions sage on artistic and scientific subjects will contribute 40 Type measure ,,1'\ S+ Ii u
t Jit-eo W.d' Rams ..- Test Breaeaiam .. Jr... __ $.45 Godfrey TaL Seta Tsar P-B I. -__-._-__ Dial a DiM -_... Sol Bloom the non-malignant New Deal Congressman . Anent
xll. IS Cat Braadyaa*.Of T a Bnaeaiaa Baadstaiul ___ .0 Pan Be Ignorant, Meet the Pma io BkaUnc .: who represents the district and periodically. s J.
Oa _.
Tr 8 ea Drake aaad ._ 42 Comparativesuffix J
Ji. o He.*a Gal auBdsy-*. Ted Uatoae) sunny south- ':IS Pays Be Uaersst. Meet the Prtat Dial 0 Otis __ lived at the Joss-house, said there were ""welretlec- Had enough? I'
jja r QttllO _..
----- f JO EUeea: Parr,!! .__ The Sheriff Dial a Disc_,_ 1. ;N. i
!; Hews .'---. wale... Tt.nisn 0... UMBhewer. ':45 Elleea ParreU Shertff-RoU Can Dial a-Pue-= tures" there and !said also that "if you would stay Sol says the reason he took the apartmentin 43 Article 1 I )'\
5 1.1J Ma. H sea ... 5. *"JTra_eir o.a. Ziseaaewer. 1000: Mystery, ef Week_ Sport She. _,,.,. News aad Sports around that Roerich long enough he'd get you" and the joss-house and only for visits of about one 4fPIacedto ..
... rres. _,
30.e Fro* Tnunaa 10:IS Jack smith _Sport Show Hark .f Wash oW. 5
:114S"11 '" Tntataa --- rres Tramaa r>r>.. True 10.30 Bob crabs __ Sports Pace _, thai a Dice .___ added that he never let Roerich look him in the month during electIons. was that there was no 46 Propels r. .I"
0- saakhsa. -'. Mews 10:4A Dance Orch. __ Sports Pass Dial a Diso .._ eye lest he be hypnotized. Remember that when other hotel in his district. And I say he better Harvest '.. 1t'" ..1 :'t a1 So
11 RJtT MaowTTIir rerrelJ Ttme TTT Tnimaa'IX . ___ ?:; liSteoddess
li00N.n __ Parade Hews
PreL __ ... _
Sports
t :.* N." ......._... Uanla Block Bh* Mclodte Bkctchos 11JS Scores Saws n D Jarcea Orch. Va. Beach Oreh- you read this sentence from Sen Wagner's letter: come back and take another look at his home dis- s .A [ ..
S.., saes at 1, _Dteaay warua stick; She ... ,"!!! BkeUnestB. 11:30 Dane Cork _, Jimmy Dorsey Or. Three Sans Trie "The old building was a little retreat known only to trict because it includes Broadway all the way 52 Dash wP; ; :..ii.

: oo7.- .... ProMcs aut1R Mania Biwk 32oett&a aM* ttn BawUtkBd__T'-=-,',..'-'.* 11 1J-OO:4$ Dane Hews"1 Orca _-_- Sits Orth.-Hews OM ...=-::=..::. Mews PlhemHeatb_and_ SUB_la Offi.s O those who knew their New York." from 125th street down to 86th.I just telephoned a 54 Seed covering Sit oil ,.- S\,

:= u -oe'T rat. Brtde ,- oreom Baodatand == 12:IS Daaee Orch .-L--t_ That suggests to me that Wagner had been up friend up that way and he said he could count 10 55 Indian

-'J.-JUM:: wman Mss'_' b_W. "'Jd'... of.Baadstand......_'noI'M" AuUou.-==. 11 12::30 45 Dance Ke.. -Orch- __._ there a few times before and we certainly have put hotels between 86th and 104th without putting his S60utasts0 Refined -. . _ a tia

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Winchell .r. .: > ON BROADWAY CARNIVAL "' -..,: By Dick Tucker Orlando, Florida, Friday, July 4, 1947 gf-e. ffonrlfr nf 3nlg! i'tnttnrI'tnf P9ge.S.:

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Note* of *, New ,Yorker freedom of the -: -. ..J"-.It '!>... "".:.. ----------S-.S SS THIS AND THAT .
propagandists claim they believe in .... Fred C. Othman ..
The .tMr day the New York World-Telegram press. What they believe in is "freedom" for the t '" :;,.... S'i; : . S_ _

front-paaed the following headline: -Elsenhower press agents of Communism. lr FREDERICK C OTHMAN audi there's no prolonged coal strike and if this
&n
War .
PosalbUUI" . The O 00 S
N. Y. T1me.s front- ; shipyard strike doesn't tie too many tankers.
Chandler is : S. WASHINGTON CUP A roily-poly humpty- up
aged the Douglas 1'rlF
'tol7! of former Justice Robert testlmonyThat The treason eonyictlon of if there's no steel strike, and if there Is no Sand
he feared an atomic war In 1948 or '49 hallelujah news. It is a victory for justice.,Amer- dumpty looking little fellow was denouncing John railroad strike. and above all if we don't have too .

. Do you mean to say" Inquired Cong. Lyndon Ica-and every American soldier. L.- Lewis as the villian-double-dyed-behind the severe a Winter. well get by with nothing more

Johnson of Texas "that our house is on fire- 000 oil shortage. than sport shortages but if too many of these .
and that we've got to do something about It?" . Recession Note: A current mag reveals that ir S And I was sitting there in air-conditioned comfort things go wrong the shortage may be severe." 4-
"That U exactly UP replied the former to succumg to Communist pressure and nixing thinking about my own crisis once In a town 000 S
Court Justice. Supreme a general strike. Those unions know that Corn- x: where there was no gasoline for sale. If'your vaca- Ball told the House Interstate and Foreign Commerce -'
For has been boom In the yacht-buying busi- I tion plans this Summer involve an automobile and Committee that the stories of Russian gasoline
sounding the there a
same alarms many times- crack about the Midwest you'd probably be well-advised to read purchases in California being responsible for
six months ago-this neWWscaster was called Ir- ness. Then it quotes J. P. Morgan's all of this dispatch.The the'shortage add up to so much nonsense. He said
responsible by the same newspaper. would-be yachtsmen: "A man who has to consider" I S fuel shortage expected this Winter and also the Russians were buying one-eighth of 1 per

000 whether he can afford a yacht can't afford one. blamed.by the Government on Eyebrows Lewe' cent of the total oil output, or about a half of one :
O O 0 about later when it's cooler. Much cooler
Wo debunk FDR's belittlers can worry day's production. S i
pronto that
historians wont be so future The Embassy Newsreel Thittir and various said MaxV.. Ball the Mr. Five-by-Five Director of Midwesterners. he said, cannot escape the gasoline -
their books by misled when they compile other thittirs in New York exhibiting a short the Interior Department's Oil and Gas Division. pinch. It Is upon 'em now Many a motorist will ;,
Nothing Is reading today's mags and gazettes. called "Passport to Nowhere." It concerns the DP j' He said' Eyebrows clipped his fellow Americans go from filling station to filling station (praying ;
more dangerous than ignoring lies. problem and should be shown to the Legislatorswho going S ano coming. that his motor won't go dead in the process! begging <-

As someone pointed out: "When ,an untruth are opposing the entrance of some of those j O O O for gasoline. He said this wont be fun. If evera
is one day old It II cUfd a Ue: when it Is a year displaced persons into America. Only a stone heart "The best salesman the oil business ever had. is fellow has an all-gone feeling it S when he's in a .
old It is tolerated' John L. Lewis." he continued. "With his coal strikes ,strange town where every filling station is fresh
uncorrectness: in 50 years It is and a wooden head can fail to be deeply moved .
a tradition and and his threats of strikes he has scared more people out of gas.
: after I
a hundred
years it ends up by their plight.
1
into using oil burners than a generation of oil sales- 000 r
as a legend most people believe." out that the DPs
Incidentally the film points "
men could. This
( happened to me in Saltillo. Mexico. There !
000 are 10% Protestant, 20% Jewish and. 70% Catholic. The rosy-faced; Ball. one of America's distin- I was and there I thought rd have to stay and ;
Looka who's talking dep't: Farley's ghost 0,0 0 guished geologists, brought along the figures to maybe go into the serape business. In all SaltHlo
charges that FDR was "nurser of grudges.- who How Times Don't Change: Reviewing L. M. prove that Lewis has frightened 50.000 householders thtre wasn't drop of gasoline on sale. The thing I
never forgave a snub. Hacker's tome. "The Shaping of the American a month into replacing their coal furnaces with oil to do In a case like this is stroll into a saloon and I

Parley nurses his grudge against FDR by repeatedly Tradition" [Univ. of Columbia Press!, litree critic : I burners. tell your troubles to the bartender.
pouting fin his articles that Roosevelt Roger Pippett Informs that the book quotes a'' 000 So the barkeep said he'd find a comprador. who I
That was bad enough Ball added. but old Eye turned out to be t
never Invited him to the White H9use for a social labor leader as saying: "Our ears are constantly a young fellow with a wheelbarrow.The :
call. i brows' men kept having strikes. This cut down the comprador said I'd need to wait until dark and.
filled with the cry of national wealth, national steel supply until the oil and gas folks couldn't get because of the risks rd have to pay well He returned :
000 glory the American system and American industry )I r enough pipe to supply their new customers. Some late that night with a can of gasoline on his !
Honesty In Politic When Farley was Postmaster . This cry is kept up by men who are endeavor- other things are entering into the buildup too and wheelbarrow; I gave him $5 for 5 gallons askedno
General (tin 19351 he accepted many bows anda inc by all means in their power to cut the wages I Ilf youll take a long breath for a long sentence 111 questions and got out of Saltillo.I f

great deal of publicity by announcing that his of our people" I $ explain the situation in Ball's'own words: had no idea until Ball said so. that because of ,

.dep't showed a surplus at the end of the year. That was said In 1832. c. S "If there are no further oil strikes which have John L, the same thing's likely to happen this
A reporter: named Ashmun Brown promptly debunked 000 I already cost us 13 million barrels this year the said]. Summer in ML'sc.uri.ORLANDO I
cop IN,SY f St vCf RC C (C (P C P
the bunk Some editorialists about the futureof I j
by proving that the "surplus are fretting

was strictly the result of some bookkeeping jug- our democracy because of the bitterness engendered EVENING
fling. among labor by the passage of the Taft- "Here's that feature picture series you wanted on 'the typical How Time Flies. . STAR

000 Hartley Bill.About American woman shopping'!"
FDR dropped Fancy because he was wily enough 150 years ago. there were. pitched battles HISTORICAL FACTC OF EARLY ORLANDO was known to the whole town Harry was an accommodating I t

to find out something that few of us can In the streets of America betweencitizens who sup- By E. H. GOREA chap and used to do numerous favors and J

ever discover. ported and opposed the adoption of the ConstItu- How To Well postoffice is an excellent barometer of a city's run errands for the people along the route.
Keep One day a lady gave Harry a dollar to purchase
He found out the enemies among his friends. tion. growth and the Orlando Post Office shows this city
a bottle of lemon extract In town to be brought to
000 0(10 tj DR. THEODORE R. VAN DELLENFRANKLIN'S attained its greatest growth In the past 40 years. her on the next day's run. That day there was an t

Beverly IIUls. Calif. Walter Winchell. Mirror: Private Bill S-1083 is now before the Senate. INTEREST IN in the world and deceptions as t In,Orlando's early days 1887 Mr.James Delaney unusually large number of mail sacks and Harry II
I have greatly admired the founding of the Damon Introduced by Sen. Langer of North Dakota . served as postmaster. He had an assistant. Mr. piled them high on the cart and seated himself ,P
Runyon C/ncer Fund and have hesitated too long It would permit William Gerald Bishop. a pro- MEDICAL SCIENCE absurd have supported themselves Pasco Palmer and two lady c'erks the Misses Libbie atop of them. It was a hot day and he felt none i

to commend and offer td help. Would an eveningat Nazi to remain In the United States . This Benjamin Franklin one of the I for ages." Sheles and Emma Delaney; two men clerks the too good. so took a swig of the extract. Soon he had

my theater in Hollywood be of any valueto man born In Austria and in the U.s.A. illegally frpmers and signers of the Declaration He described the origin of sea- Messrs. T. A. Mann and Carey B. Anderson.In consumed the whole bottle and wasn't too par- I

you? I would pay all of the salaries so that no was interned during the war for activities consid- of Independence. is look sickness as follows: "Doubtless I, 1904 when the late Hon. W. R. O'Neal took ticular what happened not noticing that most of .

hardships! would be shouldered by the principals ered harmful to our cpuntry; . This William ed upon as our greatest Colonial they [the passengers thought over. he also had an assistant. Mr. J. E. Arnold and the mail had slid off the cart. I ..
chorus or crew and give to Runyon Committee the Gerald] Bishop also enjoyed peculiar privilegeseven I character. America was fortunate ; that when they paid for breakfast I I two lady clerks, the Misses Julia Pomeroy and Feeling drowsy from the effect of the extract he I a i
such a leader during and that : Claudia Delaney, and two men clerks, the Messrs.W. sought the comfort of a shade tree near the side of r c
while Interned in having they had a right to it. ,
proceeds. I hope you feel kindly toward the idea. . And now some sinister the road and fell asleep while old Prince grazed. A
: one of its periods of emergency. when they had swallowed it, they C. McLean and John McQuarters. '"
influence has :
Somehow I feel Damon would. Regards. Earl. gotten to the Hon. Sen. Langer. to passerby noting Harry's comfort and the empty
Carroll." offer a bill to keep him here-Instead of j He achieved fame as a writer were sure of it. But they had I j I But in 1947 Postmaster James D. Beggs has
deporta- cart came into town and reported to Mr. O'Neal
I printer. statesman inventor engineer been out a half hour before i the following force: .
000 tlon . Does Sen. Langer really know what he scarce who set out for Sunset Lake to the elder Reel
I agriculturist. meteorologist the sea laid claim to it and Regular Clerks & Supervisors _O-..-__.._......_... 62 get .
Add Love Letters: "Walter WincheD Runyon is doing? j and botanist but his interest In they were obliged to deliver it up. Regular Mail Handlers ....-._... .?... 3 and thy drove on along the route and sure enough .

Committee. Mirror. N. Y. C.: Hollywood Park To the other Senators who may vote for this 'medicine is less well known. So it seems that there are uncer- Regular Carriers ... ........__._.._.... 47 there was Harry snoozing. He could not remember I
track raised 35617.13 for Damon Runyon Cancer appalling bill: Please. Mr. Senator before you vote I No medical college existed In I Ii tainties even beyond those between :Substitute Clerks ......_._._______ 27 what had become of the mail so the father brought :
Fund Saturday. 40.000 fans cheered tribute to for It-will you kindly send a letter setting forth i the Colonies until shortly before i the cup and the lip." Substitute Mail Handlers .._._.. .4 him back to town while Mr. O'Neal made the rounds I -
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Runyon and announcement that profits from your reasons to the amputee wards of the nearest the Revolution. The education of i iI Many papers on the mechanicsof Substitute Carriers .. ,....._, 26 of postoffices to be served but none had received
3 Runyon Memorial purse would go to cancer re- veterans' hospital? Please do that and see what I the physician unless he studied'' the heart action cause of.' Special Delivery Messengers.. 4 mail that day. Mr. O'Neal and the father drove '

Al Hollywood Park. Cal!!." happens! abroad consisted of an appren- fevers and diet In health and Custodial Emplojes; ._..............., -_ 17 up and down the road all day asking everyone if
search. Wesson. f
O O O ticeship. Hence any and every one disease came from his pen. He Rural Carriers. .,._. .__-.5.- 5 they had seen any trace of the mail but none had.
o 0 0 .
About five In the afternoon Mr. O'Neal reachedthe
felt entitled to express his ideas on also intensely interested in a I
was
This Is to salute the CIO and AFL for refusing Att'n New Yorkers: Call WHN Wisconsin 7- medical!! matters. But Franklin's condition referred to as "dry Total .. . ,.., ..... .. ,.. ..... .... 195 decision someone had drugged Harry and made j
raunisU arent interested in aiding labortheyJust 5030-and give your pledge to the Runyon Fund. grasp of the subject was remarkable belljache) which we .now call There is also a large sub-station on West ChurchSt. off with the pouches and determined to. wire a j j

.want to help themselves by Inciting trouble Celebrities will be at the phones all day todayto I' a fact that was recognized I II "lead poisoning." He pointed out and a small contract station In Colonlaltown. postal inspector when an old darkle came in with i

. Communists upon every worker as a potential take your call. by the University of St. Andrews i that glaziers letter founders In 1904 there were no city or rural carriers but the mail. He had seen it in the road In the morning 5
slate for Communism. 000 I when it conferred on 'him an' plumbers potters white lead makers two contract carriers. A Negro carried the mall en route to cut wood and fearing it might be lost 2

o o oMOMOW'S Sixteen members of an organization were con- honorary degree In medicine. I and painters were affected.He between Orlando and Conway and E.J. Reel carried loaded it on his wagon. He had just returned from ;

stooge gov't in Hungary threatenedto victed for contempt of Congress. Yet trouble- I He was far In advance of his : invented a catheter and bifocal the mail to Hiw.assee. Minorville Ocoee, Gotha and the woods. j)

shoot any foreign correspondent who writes maker Joe Kamp [cited for contempt of Congressmore age for he believed in frequent I lenses. When he was 78 years return also under contract. Mr.O'Neal was much relieved and rewarded him
than ] hasn't been to bathing. fresh air' and temperance I old he wrote: "I had used two I Mr. Reel let his son Harry carry the mail. Harry for his thoughtfulness. Harry never heard the last I tof
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.. news harmful to that nation. year ago brought in and drinking. The I used cart drawn his lemon extract >9>
eating pairs of spectacles which I shifted i a by a horse named Prince which spree.
Not Hitler went that far. And RussianEDITOR'S justice. Hmf.
even Is
enigma of the common cold intrigued : occasionally; as in traveling. I
him and his ideas along I sometimes read and often -wantedto I

THE WATCHMAN this line were excellent. Perhapsif I regard the scenery. Finding the Star Twinklings FROM EVERYWHERE I II
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Thomas L Stokes I he were alive today we would I. chanee troublesome . I had the ..'1 t >>1
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find the answer that so far has glasses cut and half of each. kind
HEY, LOOK UP! I pital will ride In each take and beets surrounds the
car to bages
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escaped medical science. After losing I in the circle. .
( NOTE: Readers of The Orlando > understand that the Congress l hereafter not associated same
l I a through smallpox he I Ifa'ored 000 I Oklahoma City API A driver care of any Fourth of July casual star. .
son 'I.
I ) Mornlnr Sentinel are especially: lucky this Fourth 5iof !countenance-' politically-inspired messages from vaccination thereafter. MALIGNANCYR. charged with failing to yield the ties. 000 19

, July morning. Because of the holiday most the Executive after he has taken affirmative action I I While in England. he prevailed up- I. J.SKIN writes: What a squamous I II right of way told Act Police Judge I 066 I BARGALV'DAY J f

i of the editorial page feature of The Evening on a particular piece of legislation." on Heberden to write a pamphleton I cell cpitrielioma? Granville Scanland the other motorist CHURCH OF' VEGETABLES Chicago [API Mrs. Mary Kelly ')

I Star go also to Sentinel readers in the single O 0 .0 the procedure. Franklin added I Reply: A skin cancer that grows I "must" have .dropped from i Chicago: [LAP The garden which 25. filed suit In Circuit Court for t tI
: Issue published tod&J-amon& the features being JUST LIKE THAT. THOUGH JUST WHAT I a four pace introduction to the slowly. Removal by surgery. radium Heaven. !lEmil Soldan is growing In Southwestern r r'I.
II "1 did him until after $5,000 damages from a dentist : ___
a new column by Thomas L. Stokes. Pulitzer Mr. Buck will do about it. if it happens again he I booklet and sent 1.500 copies back or X-ray is indicated because never see | Ave.' is described by I ____
the accident and I looked both neighbors as pretty as a picture. 'r she said had pulled a tooth she I
1 to America to be distributed
Priie-wlnning Washington correspondent who. did not specify. It hardly seems grounds for im the condition is dangerousif I
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directions. he testified. f f Soldan. 63. and partly blind 'I.did not want extracted. :
only yesterday started writing for The Star.rkfly peachment.All \ gratis.Franklin founded the Pennsylvania neglected.000 "You should also look up in j I used vegetables instead of paints Mrs. Kelly's suit said after she f _ _
the Stokes column gives the real meanIng the fuss was over such a thin issue that one I "
,! hospital. the oldest In the MARRING TIlE FURNITUREMrs. the air. Judge Scanland observedas to make the picturesque garden. I discovered a tooth that was not ;
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of national events as well as present and wonders whether there wasn't a good deal more I United States. The idea had been ., H. C. writes: When my he assessed a $6 fine. I With cucumbers. beets, cabbagesand aching had been pulled the den- .
. future effect on Mr. and Mrs. Orlando and their back of the high dudgeon-whether it wasn't that conceived by Thomas Bond but husbands hands perspire and he 000READY other vegetables as his ma- tist extracted the ailing molar. t' I

I kids. Sentinel readers who want to follow such Mr. Truman spoke too plainly and too revealingly I our Ben had the know how and touches table or chair, a white FOR FREDDY I terials. Soldan has created! the She said the dentist charged 9
i events are advised to subscribe to The Star today about what Congress had done to'the RentControlBill. political influence to see the project spot appears just as if alcohol had Kansas City (TAP The white cars design of a church in his 40 by 60 her $7 for pulling the aching tooth i .
through. He elected I driven by Traffic and Safety De I foot garden. and "then said he would give zt
six was
I to be able to read Stokes days weekly.] a been spilled. He takes beer and
t 000. 000 I member of several medical societies whisky occasionally but is not a I partment Police will have extra In the center of the church is ;me a bargain and only chargeme 'i
1 passengers tomorrow. !a huge star of lettuce with a cen- $5 for pulling the one I didn't '
and treated i
By THOMAS L. STOKES actually patients habitual drinker. Could this be
FOR AS HE EXPLAINED. ASIDE FROM BE- .
Interns from the General Hos- of cucumbers. circle of cab- want fa.
ter A pulled.
I for various ailments although caused alcoholic ____
J Washington-Maybe it was just an outbreak of ing a bill with somewhat specious rent "controls." by beverages or ) S ____
I he did not accept fees. some food that he eats? I
midsummer madnessAt it also wiped out all the
virtually remaining con-
This may sound like quackery but Reply: Your hubby and Midas I
any rate it was fairly good listening and trols which Congress had enacted on the President's I he had the judicious mind of a have trouble with everything they Your Horoscope FRANCES DRAKE' 1 '.

reasonably entertaining light reading if you didn't recommendations over a year ago to expedite hous- scientist and in reporting on the I touch..,Perspiration contains various .

get to hear'it-the debate provoked by Sen. Buck ing for war veterans. That; of course. was back in I effects of electricity In paralysis. ; substances such as salts and I Look in the section to which with less auspicious ones. Be a ;; and seldom let go. That's .
a Republican from the duPont dynasty of Dela- a time closer to the war sacrifices of millions of he stated: "1 never knew any advantages :: acids. It is conceivable that In your birthday comes and find '
sagacious judge. Neither over ,, tenacity. BUT use it well! Once
ware. He rose indignantly to charge Pres. Truman young Americans, when there was a solicitude for from electricity in palsies some individuals: the secretion I what your outlook is, according tofthe
with violating the Constitution because the President the veterans. It seems to have cooled somewhat that are permanent;. and how far i mizht be strong enough to react stars. force nor let slide important Is- i you have your love fixed it grows !

though he had signed the Rent-Control Bill. since In favor of selfish real-estate interests grabby the apparent temporary advantage i with the varnish. I question'I For Saturday July 5, 1917 sues. Enjoy some wholesome fun. 'into deep enduring loyalty of i i Pi

at the same time had sent a message to the for quick profits.Mr. might the arise from the exercise In 1 whether the small amount of alcohol -1,I March 21 to April 20 [AriesJI Jan. 22 to Feb. 20 t Aquarius] I home community, country. You
patient's journey and coming your husband consumes has
Capitol l criticizing Congress for it. Truman spoke the truth which hurts. I I daily to my house or from the anything to do with the phenom- { Any tendency towards meddling Be sturdy though all indications I stick faithfully to the end! A side ;
In support of his accusation the Delaware He spoke much to the point too when he spirits given by the hope of suc- i I enon. to affairs you shouldn or In oth- may not be to your liking now. i of Cancer that can be toned down: i .

Senator read the section of the Constitution which criticized the reduction the House made In appropriations -I cess.,enabling them to exert more 000RIIEmlATIC ers' business is courting trouble.Be {Obstacles. restrictions are often the desire to move on ever to .. ,

prescribes that if a President approves a bill he for the National Housing Agency, also strength In moving the limbs I I FEVER genial. willing to carry your i blessings in disguise. ,Have faith travel and for new dwelling .

signs it; if he disapproves he returns it to Congress the result of the high-powered drive by real estate I' will not pretend to say." I). R. writes: Are the symptomsof 'i I responsibilities. Enjoy your bles- i!Iin Gods wisdom. Good luck! .I places. Seek higher education, '
Feb. 21 to
,sings. March20 C PiscesMore 1- embrace religion develop ,
;
Asa member of the Royal Medical \ rheumatic fever about the same your 1 1I
seemed rather tech- I
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with his objections. a interests to cripple the Government's program for
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April 21 to May 20 [Taurus! I exertion
here more caution artistic side. Birthdate: Adm. Da-
Society of Paris he In children and adults? I
nical matter for as was pointed out in the debate. housing for low-income groups. His tirade againstthe the committee that debunked was on I Reply: Yes. although In the I Not all favorable influences. Keep I' there. Thus will you attain more I rid G Farragut U. S. Civil War; 1I
the Constitution does not that a President can real estate lobby also seems to have'pricked slacken I
say mesmerism then the rage. To Ms younger age groups joint manifestations disposition even. Dont and really enjoy this Saturday. David Glasgow, first Admiral of i
not send up a message when he signs a bill. sensitive nerves. Nor was It. pleasant for many In grandson he observed: "But thereis I may be less prominent ;I pace if work is scheduled today, [Allocate your activities that you U S Navy: Geo. H. Borrow tjng. :

000 Congress to be reminded of the things they have a wonderful deal of credulity I than in adults. nor permit intruders to harass. may play rest some yet do not traveler linguist author; Cecil ..
BUT SEX. BUCK WAS INSISTENT. AND liE not done and are not doing to get decent housingin Some recreation always good for I 1 nealect duties. Rhodes Brit colonial statesman:

dug out a precedent. way back 105 years ago.when this wealthiest of all nations. These include the health. j YOU BORN TODAY: You of Dwight F. Davis U. S. Ex-Sefl*.
the meticulous John Qulncy Adams then serving in long-range housing program of the Taft-Ellender- SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith Mar 21 to June 21 t Gemini]- I: Cancer get a tight hold' on a thing War. .
Not too encouraging for private ---L :
the House after his one term as President. raised Wagner Bill the Taft being Sen. Taft. the Re- matters. Exercise caution especially -.L X **

similar objections to some remarks Pres. Tyler publican leader.The real estate lobby is bitter about I with new associates. You STARDUST . Tomorrow's Birthdays .
to bill he had signed. Mr. Adams got that-and about Mr. Taft. - ,; ; .
appended a e --- may not gratify all wishes but it :
'a.committee appointed to delve into Pres. Tyler'scrime. O O O S 4'; : : : 1 can be good day if managed pru f Lake C. J. Brewster. born July 3. Willard W. Morse born July
-tp-- Placid. N. Y. Business
But he was unable to get the necessary two- THE PRESIDENT IS BOXED IN BY CONgress ( V )' 'Y dently. Relax too. I'ment house owner. ( 1882'1] 5, 1864. Kalamazoo. Mich. Educa'tion :

thirds of the House to approve the committee's from doing anything. virtually a prisoner In June 22 to July 23 (Cancer- Church Methodist. Hobby, work. Kalamazoo College. Business "-'

report which called' Mr. Tyler's act a "most dangerous the White House. About all he can do is to speak # : : Carelessness in work or at home I J. W. Edwards born,July 3, 1912. :general storage warehouse Church ;

and pernicious tendency" and warned that. if out to talk. Now Sen. Buck and others would chal- \ ? can ruin weUplanned'schemes of attentiondue Titus Ala. Education. Wetumpka I, Congregationalist. Member. Rotary :
continued it mould "transfer the legislative power lenge his freedom of speech. and rob loved ones attitude High. Business, district manager Winter Park University Club. :'.
of Congress Itself to the arbitrary will of theExecutive. If he doesnt speak out who will let the people them. Any belittling I Sewannee Life Insurance Co. : II. N. "ease,.. born July 5. 18TS.
is tabu. And be above pettiness I 1 '
." know? 'S Church, Methodist. Member. Pocomoke City. Md. Education, ; .

Aping Mr. Adams of 105 years ago Sen. Buck Surely we do seem to be in the grip of some : peeves.July 24 to Aug. 22 [Leo] Be- i I>insurance.Woodmen of World. Hobby. selling Western Maryland College. Business .
citrus and .
of today said the President should be given to sort of madness. tEE cause things are not clicking or i Nathan H, Swiekard, born July Church Methodist. celery grower. t ,

others contend you. don't" just :15. 1893 Kansas City. Kan. Busi- S. P. Harrison, born July 5. 1&34
quit. Find out the "ways. To- i ness supt. of mails. Orlando Post !Athens. Ga. Education. Southern

I Get-Well Card to" Diesel Brings Reply I I IL ,, problem.day's influences Be ready favor for solving distur-this i I I ber.office.Masons.Church.Jaycees.Methodist.Sportsmans Mem-;, Agricultural Business. retail College.groceries Athens, and Ga.

BIRMINGHAM. Ala. IUP1 A small boy and his ."I watch you every day. You better come on I I bances; squelch "isms"Aug. 'I Club. Hobbies tennis. fishing. j' meats. Church. Methodist. Member -
I Sept. 23 [
23 to tVirgoI
the road side to Fred A. Ravenscrof? born July I Masons. Chamber of Commerce -
down
little sister always ran by back. Diesel. I will be glad to see you again and I '
Make plans preparations; carry '
train. To : 5. 1888. London. Eng. Business | K. of P Hobbies serving -:
wave at a Diesel engine pulling a freight I will wave and yell at you. I like you as you don't : through carefully prearranged : citrus grower-barber. Member. 'i iI .the people. fishing. :
them the faithful little engine had a heart and seldom miss and .
scare little babies and make them cry. < I programs. You I JayCees. Hobby. fishing. I II Arthur S. Fluno, born July 5,
i should not now. Your analytical I Charles E. Evans born July 5, 1879. on a farm in Wisconsin. _
soul.But one day the Diesel failed to come by. Instead "When I get big rm going to ride on you. Bye and Intuitive powers can serve ad- Orlando, Flai Education. Atlanta : Education. Lawrence College. Business 1

a steam. locomotive came chugging up thegrade Diesel. vantageously. College of Pharmacy. Church public accountant. Memberof
with string of box cars. It was the same Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 (Libra]- Presbyterian Member. YowelTs 1
a In a few days Bruce and Nancy received a reply Masons Chamber Commerce,
he next day. signed ."Your Friend. The Diesel." It said: : I Check and be on guard against Young Presbyters. Hobbies horticulture J professional societies. Hobbles.
} So Bruce Gray .lt'.. and his little sister. Nancy L tendency to self-consciousness. and golf. people and current events.
bf Langdale. Ala., sadly wrote to TThe Diesel;Cen- ""Many thanks for the get-well card. I had my- qyffl awkwardness. or Buck blaming others You t '
I for weaknesses. up.
self a wreck last Tuesday night. I ran into an open
tral of Georgia Railway:
I can do a grand job when you try. wtw "-lfw-vyw-
,; "Dear Diesel. why don't you come down our switch and hit some box cars . But you can hardly I' Oft. 24 to Nov. 22 (Scorpiql

track anymore? Did-jou fall off your track. or are tell where I was hurt now. You may find yourself out on a BRITTS' WINTER PARK STORE
"I went back to work on Saturday and hope to
you sick or broken down limb by noon with plenty to solveif
t "That old steam engine blows at my window and be seeing you a lot from now on." you are not careful. In doubt? Will be closed temporarily for

makes so much noise.. I can't even stop up my ears Happily Bruce and his little sister ran out Smile and ask right sources for alterations and redecoration
enough. early the next day to wave at the Diesel. IMYc' advice., Co-operation. attention.

yours if you earn it. Order lists will be handled through

S Nov. 23 to Dee. 22 [Sagittarius] the .Orlando Store.
influences unfriendly.This .
Some
LUSTER FOAM RETAIL MERCHANTSShampoo means more diligent work. The Service Department will be maintained

for dogs, kills and repels fleas and We invite you to CCf'It.tMY I'IlIA UhICI...c.T...asG U.L'AT.01!. "-1 better co-ordinatIon. working with by callingBRITTS -
visit our new

S .... .tick Item In Prescott Held of dog Kennels hygiene.say" Pint"most bottle amazing$1.00 DISPLAY ROOM "Well, son, my only advice to a newly married man is to:stickto those heart.who Conserve.have your In interests'at free time. ORLANDO 8942 .

loW fcy Leading Dreg..Feed and Pet Stores I Slade-Booth Show Case Co. your decisions-that is, after you've asked your ,:wife's rest.Dee.relax.23 to Jan. 21 [Capricorn]

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op (JiI1eM Page 6 iIIlt 3Fnurtlt Dr July &tnttntl-&tar. Orlando Florida, Friday, July 4, 1947 Phil MarchildonHurls


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_ Central Florida's lovers of horseflesh will witness a I :

race today at Carl Hose's Aolling Acres track in Ocala that A's to 8-4

High .
stands out as one of the most interesting quarter horse i : : - -

races In the State's comparatively young quarter-bred I -xI ,

., running history. I Win Over Bosox
That the Impending clash between' Dolph Keene Lucky Bob Scoring Mark

*nd Mark Britft Booger Red.

Little known among quarter hone racing laymen Is the fact I I BOSTON tAPl Phfl Marchlldon

i thai e crr Red. when defeated by Lucky Bob here some seven weeks BROOKLYN [AP] The Giants pitched the Philadelphia Athletics

I .I* .by a neck In a match race, gave away 30 pounds to the State "moldered da bums yesterday for onto third place over the Boston
champion. the edification of 25,987 Brooklynfans. Red Sox yesterday with a seven

When the two speedsters settle their squabble at Ocala today, Aroused. The score by Wednesday was-19to 2.night's hit. 8-4 victory against the American

they'll both be carrying substantially the same weight. League Champions.
11-3 defeat which nicluded a nine- the
The kept
Jimmy Everett who can reel off records and winners'.timess with I run inning,-the New Yorkers teed Athletics victory a half-game behind surprising the

the ease that a 10-year-old spouts the alphabet, advances the opinion off on Dodger pitching in the first Detroit Tigers, who gained
that the race will be mighty close and that If there's any 2-1 odds four Innings and the results couldbe possession of second undisputed -

floating around Rolling Acres this afternoon. he'd like a bit of them. described only by Tony Galen- place by defeating Cleveland. The
to's celebrated words.
Horace Free a Booger Red fan believes the evening' up of the los dropped the Seekers to fourth
In the second inning. the Giants
.elf hta carried by the two hones will help Mark Brill's hone avenge matched that nine-run frame. place. a half game behind the A',

_ the defeat he suffered In their lint and only race. When they stopped scoring after and seven full games In the rear
But those quarter-mile races are so short." he laughed. "And Johnny Mire belted his 22nd home I of the league-leading New York

these two horses are so evenly matched that most anything cOuJd run of the season in the fourth 5 Yankees.

i happen over the abort quarter-mile distance. Why either horse could they had wiped out all the sea- I The Sox jumped into a three
son's high scoring marks for the inning on a
flick his tall the wrong way and get beat.
National and had ., D. Keene's double. a walk a Ingle. a
R.
I '* League equaledthe .m RACE AT OCALA TODAY' Lucky Bob, at left, passed
year's high estab- ball and an error. but MarchiWon
Jim ram, the Lontwood lEigh School teacher-coach who drew lished by one-game the Boston Red Sox {' ;- '. $8,000, beauty and recognized State .quarter horse racing settled down to record his eighth

his release' from the Orlando Senators this week did so upon his request when they whipped Chicago 19-6 i-o-.p .r', champion, and Booger Red, above, owned by.Mark Britt, Win- victory against four losses.

f and the Idea of hanging up his professional glove for keeps. May.13. :. ': ii1 ter Garden, clash at Ocala this afternoon in a special matchtI0i The A's clinched the game in

Payne a rtuich flutter-bailer when he's right has been troubled The only real scoring records '''< +:. .: ,- race that ranks among the best ever arranged in State Quarter the fourth with a five-run rally

by a lame flipper all season whl h probably accounts for several broken. however as the Giants horse'racing circles. Bob Dean is the handler with Lucky Bob, on a walk. a single; a sacrifice

poor showings with the Senators. stopped far short of the modern f---..L Red in tow. a long fly, a double, an error
"Tm convinced I might as well forget about pitching-at least record of 28 runs in one game while Horace Free has Booger and Eddie Joost's fifth homer of

for the time being." he observed. made by the St. Louis CardinalsIn ok the season.

1929. were for home runs In Ted Williams accounted for the

John GanxeU business manager of the Senators, Is popping a consecutive games. fourth Boston tally when he led

ham string trying to strengthen the club for Lou Bevil. Their totals in this departmentnow Bob Booger Race TodayThree off the eighth inning with his IHh

"Bevll is doing a great job under the circumstances, hustling stand at 15 for four games. Lucky circuit clout. Bobby Doerr foUoved

; every minute and winning a fair share of the games." he said, "ut 16 for five. 19 for 6. 21 for 7, 24 with a triple but was left atran.ad -
with his for 8 and 23 for 9. The first two as Marchildon set the next
he needs help pitching staff. '
figures will go Into the books. as 101I I three batters down In order.PHILADELPHIA .
The griuled boss of the Senators has a new pitcher leaving
new National League marks and (A) STOM At
I Charlotte today t. Join the club. Ills name Is John Peek. That'a the rest as new major league Tie Cleveland Second U.S. Lassies ; Event Headlines .bob 1sT ( .

about. all Ganul knows except that Griffith signed him up recently records, wiping out the standardsset in 'Mrt-a.kj.lf_!.f. / S 4iSS4.d'I I t Peab... s tills I I 41

;i. as a promising' prospect. by the Yankees o fthe 1930s Club .in MajorsTo ValavrfMcMMmp :; I I I IWlWis,5: I 2 I.
be and the 1940 Red Sox. Meet for Title I .Ia.I" SS2ttSIi.srt.2S 45154
John. Incidentally may able to spring a little surprise on For Lead In S
Cb.i.n.et I X I WIMIaafMitfX 4 I I r IsSe
Tinker Field faithfuls in a couple of days. Just wait. Bobby Thomson contributed two Sign Negro Star ,. . : 11't I'todKfto
homers yesterday and Walker Ocala's ProgramContinued 3 I I X lMasr-IJ I I S I I
Cooper and Sid Gordon one apiecein At WimbledonLONDON I11.1" I t t 4 TUHaui.. 1.51.
-' It was good to hear that Cal Ermer had during a temporary Tam O'ShanterCHICAGO CLEVELAND [UP FoDow- i I IISPs..s 111,1
addition to Mlze's swat. CooperS i........
managerial period shown the stuff to warrant his appointment as permanent his 18th of the season. was I (API Bobby Locke, lowing Brooklyn's example precedent-with [lAP] Doris Hart up- [ from Page 1] I ISIIS CIII

boss of the Class B Charlotte Hornets although there is no made with the bases full in the the knickered South Africa cham- Jackie shattering Robinson. the Cleve- set Louise Brough 2-6. 8-6, 6-4, I:, 'Sell
Inclination here to wish off managerial headaches the second planes and walk to the racing II Ills
inning.In Wimble
upon quiet, pion, Herman Keiser and ChunkyEw land Indians yesterday an- yesterday to reach the -----I oc- I I I STolali
$ amiable and efficient Senator second baseman of last season. addition four Dodger pitchers "Porky" Oliver yesterday roll- nounced the signing of Negro don finals against Margaret Os- plant. :Si: $1327142 teUbJt U"- .

Ermer succeeds one of the oldest minor league managers to contributed eight bases on balls. ed into the first round lead of the Infielder Larry Doby and pre- I borne. The largest attendance in the -forred Pane* far ..aH> 50 Ha. nuErrara

: acquire the dubious honor of being the youngest pilot in professional most of them costly and two wild $36,000 Tam O'Shanter golf jam- dicted that "within 10 years Miss Osborne, top-seeded in the history of the annual events Is rraoded _I .rw_ Xvrpto. _.. _....
pitches. Meanwhile Dave Koslo Pbttsdi.ol. 1M 150 11I-I
r tatebalL Taking over a fourth place club at this stage of the aea- broree-each. with 66s, six under Negro players will be in regu- scramble for the titel vacated hand for the PortR _ ______ __ .. os .--.
on, when Charlotte had a pennant-winner last year Is no Job coasted to his eighth pitching victory -* lar service with big league when Pauline Betz turned pro had expected to be on : : Majobl. PetIe...... iMna .... bu
easy letting the Dodgers score par.The grinning, 29-year-old Locke, teams." left the fans cold-gagged to silence program which starts at 2 pjn.A Under S. Hajokl. Jaamv a. ffeawaia X. JOM* .
1i for a Zl.year-old ball player. Ask Lou Bevil. who inherited an only after the Giants finished. PtM.tcto. Wtataau, Tra .bax aa.*>: Faa*. Tab
Identical situation. If that Isn't true. The who pocketed a substantial guar- Baseball which until this by her brilliance-in routingthe purse ef $200 has been put up Majnkl. Mnan 1'Ina..t: DMT. ....'
big second inning resulted George S. season had drawn'a strict color last Commonwealth hope. Mrs. cans: Jooat. WlRla... Pales fcaawtS 1s1.. ...
Many of the Tinker Field faithfuls last'year when the Senators from only three hits-a single anda antee to from take Promoter bows before the line. thus came up with Sheila Summers of South Africa. ; for the winner of the Lucky Bab- ft.*. KacriMrt ....,. ....... *aja: ..... Mar.c.

ii marched to a pennant by the widest, margin In Florida State League homer by Gordon and Cooper'sfourrun j May crowds of golf's blue plate special the second Negro player in its 6-1. 6-2 in the othe rsemi-final !I Booger Red heat and a considerable f and .Fain.,Left Friar.an nw.DMTT.: nillnlllpXa taat jtam. ;7.Fatay Baaaaa)MlJoawa. t.

w history were prone to credit Ermer' with a lion's share of the clubs circuit blow. The rest was seven under standard figures history as Cleveland officials amount of additional cash B... an balk: aff MuabaMaaj 4. Pal lab. I. aabar
of the trouble was caused by four test.Thus I L StrfkNirXMtwblMm. 4. Rita
iQcceas. He was considered the "brains" of the Infield-a smart. walks. two of which forced in going to the 17th tee. threw the doors wide open. the singles side of the is expected to ride on the race, la 4 timiitct: MOT 4 ). 1 .-1::Ma aft.aa Pal. Ilk| aa(

4] alert and capable fellow, as popular as they come. runs, an error by Jackie Robinsonand He needed a par and a birdie With Robinson proving a famed tournament developed into Both horsese have posted identical > 1-3. Paaaad..ball &w. LaaaM iIS..:
I' Cal Enner's star In baseball nthe last two holes to set 'a success, both as a Brooklynfirst an All-American show, for norlib. I natofa Btrrr. Waa/ar aaTiaM. .
Is still on the up-grade. There's a Sjider Jorgenson's late throwto o times in negotiating the quar- 2.j*. Atlamlanra: lINt
hunch her that'he has a brilliant future ahead of him. the plate on a fielder's choice.NEW course record of 64 for the rugged baseman and Bill as Veeck a gate of Jack Kramer and Tom Brown, ter-mile distance. When Lucky

YORK (N] I BROOKLYN (N] 6,825 yard playground and become attraction. Pres. will have it out today for the Bob nosed out Booger Red at Or-
Sb. r .C $1, ab. r .C .. eligible for a side prize of $666.67. the Indians indicated that a masculine crown. lando's Florida Livestock Exposition Legion Slate
Jll.ttur.2b C I I 4 IIS'.Db.lb 4 I I I wide-open scramble for Negro
Bests Brecheen K rr.... C I I I t'IIttldPl".Jt' I I C I Oliver and Keiser also had was under Kramer and his partner Bob track several weeks ago, he
Cubs players now way.
j Borowy Thi......" I I :I I IIRob1taaa.t1t 4 IIS: I'' eafles. Both sank Ions putts Doby was purchased for an Falkenburg smashed and volleyed turned in the fast lime of 23:3 for'

Miie.lk UarshaU.tfWCoopr.c : : 1 1 i S I IVaughan.Irl I lMikxtn.lf.Zb: 3 : : : : o the 485-yard second hole whichis announced sum from the their way into the men's doubles the sprint. Booger Red about Enters Last

Slow Down I J 1 S OlFurlUarf( I I I 4 1 fronted by a hiih-banked Newark Eagles of the Negro finals meanwhile, and the mixed three weeks ago at Orlando did
Cards by 4-2 Margin Warrrn.e I" I I II It.1I'.r.rf I'. J I doubles semi-final bracket was
creek. dash In
where he the quarter-mile speed
National
t(.ordnalr! 5:1.: KlOioordo.rf I I I I League, Half RoundSixth
l4brke.3b:! :3 I I I 4IR..aa 3 I J I I Following the three leaders In was an outstanding star.. The filled without an upset and ,with : 23:3: in winning from Cotton fast
- CHICAGO [AP] Hank Borowy putdueled Harry "TheCat" KAJO.P 4 I 1 0 CI 1 Roxk.ua r.twarea.e. 1.I' I I J I .I the field of 117 pros chasing prizes 22 year old Infielder was Americans on three of the four Wauchula horse, in another match
District
Brecheen wtth a six-hitter yesterday and the Chicago KIDC.p I I I I I ,ranging up to $7,000 for the title leading the league in home surviving teams. race. American Legion
Cubs slowed down the upsurge of the St. Louis Cardinals \Jerpu'.311 I I I I. 1 I were Chick Harbert with 35-33- runs with 13 and in doubles. They eleminated the third- Junior Baseball swings into the
.Blb... ... .1'11, .. Jim Mil- 18 and has season'sMttlng seeded Australian Davis Cup combination Keene who purchased Lucky last half of the Summer schedule
4 to 2. The defeat .p. I I I f68: and Lloyd Mangrum, with a
A dropped the Cardinals into a tie with the 1-"..... I I S I ward of Madison, Wis., and E. B. average of .458. Like of Geoff Brown and Colin Bob about seven weeks ago from this afternoon ,with five game
Cubs for fourth and fifth Hatten.p I I I I I Harry Westbury of l"a1atkaof listed for play.
place. is Long 10-8. 6-4. 6-4 In a volley-
Hodc.... 41131 Dozier of Big Springs, Tex., with Robinson Doby exceptionally -
The Cubs pounded Brecheen for< Totals U It U XT 10'| Totals 18 31,2111 69 apiece. fast and also led the ing duel that wes kept to straightsets the Florida Quarter Running The top-ranking Winter Park
Mae hits with Don Johnson >*w York ,. ,. ._ ....__.....___ nr 141" m-1' with Horse Assn.. at a price reportedto nine. unbeaten In four start to>>
setting __ ._.. While the main show was pro- league 36 runs. by a great rally.
the with four way, scoring twice In the first Inning B..baL. INC 11. toOa S John Brom- be 8000. has contracted set the better mark for both the
pace straight on IJloia: -Bobinaoa. K rr. Koale. Blattaer Run gressing. Betty Jameson toppedthe Scheduled to Join the Indians ML* Brough and
two singles, a double and his sec- on .singles by Johnson and batted in-Thomson 4. Banner I. KerrGordon atU* X.S. women's field. and three ama- << on Saturday Doby is wich of Australia, seeded first Jimmy Brooks of Palatka to ride Northern and Southern Divisions

end homer of the season. John- Eddie Waitkus, an error by Ron Kinc.. W.Furillo.rooprr.TV*S.Io. bus hit. -. KoaMarmhall. W.- teurs were tied for the first day six foot, one inch husky who in mixed doubles, moved Into his speedster. is booked to meet Tom GannareUTi

son's circuit blow and another by Dusak Northey and a wild pitch. Erv ('_r. Blattnrr...... 51.1.. Rsbta 4.L lead in their section of the meet. weighs 185 pounds. He bats the semi-finals by eliminating Britt will have :Jay Matthewsof Saint Cloud nine at Harper-Sbep-

Bill Nicholson for his 10th of the homer of pounded the out In the his eighth.third Home runa nuia-Tbonuoai Tboauoa. I.Bfaa W. Cooper and .StankraoiHona ..Gordon.Mize. Miss Jameson took a twooverpar left and throws right.American South Africans Eric Slurgess Kisismmee riding Booger Red herd Field at 3 pjn.

yar were the winning tallies season Double) plan-Thomson and K...; Furil six on the 18th hole in her and Mrs. Summer, 6-%, 9-7. in the race. Carlisle Hughes' undefeated

coming with nobody on base. The Borowy.victory was the eighth for I 10.; Brooklyn RMM aad 11.*an5y Baaq, on Lrft baUa on -baTurk Koale S. Gn.fJ. first round of the 72-hole medal Miss Osborne and Tom' Brown. Second-ranking to the feature Orlando nine victorious In three

The Cuba had the lead all the Bthrauut 1. B.t.,. X. Kln( 3. Btrtkronta test to Author 38-38-76 a stroke the second-seeded pair, reached heat Is another match race between starts travels to Cocoa for a
ST. LOUIS
,[N]. ..t CHICAGO r(N 1. 1 Koala 14 tnninci 4. Hatten; Behmua 1. king 1 L.ia'BII.-Grecc*: Hattea I 4 la Ia I off women's par. Hopes the semi-finals with a 63. 6-2,' Dusty Bailey, owned by brush with the Southern divi

F The Finest T* B. Had ra-aacXb 4 31 I I I I' 11..11.,111......,.. 4 41 1 4 41 I 3I.Lif X-3: King i in a. Wild iKtdlHatt"D X.rajwd Patty Berg was second with 40- I triumph over Jaroslav.Drobny of Westbury. and Johnny, a horse sion's late-comer, who have
MnalaUblaoaa baD-Ed..rcIs. Ixxunf INld'f'r-Gre 37-77. followed by two amateurgal Czechoslovakia and Mrs. Simone of Saint posted a record of one win and
AUTO 4 S I C WItk..I I I I I I Impinw-niiHlt.\ Barllrk and Cm. Thai 1-S4. owned by A. A. Story
PAINTING r.b? : : I : ::1 park..cf : : 1 4 Itb.5.f AtteMaum-25.4S7 paid.Pirates golfers Peggy Kirk and Dot I Mathieu of France.ITigers Cloud. one loss.
>* I Grow DimmerHOYLAKE.
III.Dt.i
I 'I.e Utt KBW CAR tOOL"I CrblfLC K1el each with. 78.
I.IINjgfs 11455w.ktJb1 y, I The five other races Include The other Southern division tat
I SAM JONES S I I .,"'....-.3b 4 I I I I some of the better known quar- Is at Winter Garden where Jim
I rinrr. ,a vn BOOT mop =- 3IIIhvfl.u.IIIIIBy.p I SI I IS Unload Whip ter-bred horses in Florida. Mobley's Gardeners are hosts to
Ill 11
I t.W. c... OarU. .. sad ittltnomscza .....&. 3 I I I C Blanks Eng. tDPJ) A strong who have filed John Columbo's KiMimmee ehib.
..... ....... Hughes Among owners
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L .. 5 I S S I chill wind off the Irish Sea and a
Tatali :3! 1 1411)) Total XI I J7..l. Indians 6-5 entry for their horses in other Two. tilts are carded for the
NATIONAL AT CHICAGO Home Run Bats ruddy-faced Irishman named Fred five events are Cecil Cowart. Or- Northern division. Sanford's strong
a-na far banner ia ..... Daly of Belfast dashed Amer1csehopes '.
For Rent iiaaaited nut far Marian at Its.Si. CLEVELAND IAPJ After blow- lando; W. B. Keene. Jacksonville aggregation travels to Mount
I ..... ___ _ __ SOS 181 IllIt.bleai. 30PHILADELPHIA in the second round of the and Story and Westbury. Dora, while Eustia la host to the
. ZT I_ _. JOt ieNanaay. 1'4Enw For 7-3 Victory Braves British Open Golf Championship ing a five-run'lead in the eighth
i II I ULCONY SPACE Ryan baned I*-Mehohna.Wartoa. yesterday when he shot into the inning the Detroit Tigers scoredan Apopka Junior Legionnaires. Lees-

I', I 25' Wide 45 Deep ,-_._. Jnaa.Mi..Nortb Ihawk..,. Thme Twa auae bate hit'5ItIKS.5I. -Pafko.maa -. PITTSBURGH rAP] The Pitts- 'I lead by four strokes at the halfway unearned marker in the ninthto II I Baseball's Big Six I burg is Idle today.WELLS .
Hi -Ouuk. '-. Mcholaoa. Double burgh Pirates found their "shortened API Tommy mark. defeat the Cleveland Indians.

I Scarborough's Shot Shop ....n-4N..-
''I 31 E. Central Ave. Pb..y BtTicb. .. *. Stnkvauta Braceea X. get yesterday and belted four game of the season, held the the day. the wind had wrecked the which eight pitchers saw action. DRILLEDAnywhere
I Wild phca-Bncbfva, rmptna ... Beapud Boston Braves to five scatteredhits all The Bengals won the game when (Three lenders In each IN cue)
home runs into the bullpen area scores of the first round leaders II .
"U Playtr 1 and Club cj b r set.Houdresu.
Uom. Ttas-14&
NL Ztendan.s-24.- known as "Greenberg Gardens" to to give the Philadelphia Phil and Daly was in with a brilliant Joe Gordon booted a double play Indian 55 HIS 31 71 384 In
lies a 3-0 triumph yesterday. ball with the bases loaded and Walker. Phffliea 68 241 35 83: .345
defeat the Cincinnati Reds. 7-3. 33-37-70 for a 36 hole totalof
Rell. Turn _.. 65 241 35
(3 .34$
out in the ninth inning.
GUS MADDENS Recent reductions In the num- Ralph Kiner's 18th homer with Warren Spahn went the .distance 143-seven shots better than one Slaughter. Cards 66 244 38 82 .339 FLORIDAAM
ber of U. 8. tenant farms have two aboard in seventh was the for the visitors and was America's best. amateur Frank Cleveland after being hand- H.... Rect. M 250 38 83 .332 f f
handed his third setback agaihst cuffed by Paul [Dizzy Trout for I Dlilaggio. Yankees 65 245 47 80 J2T
resulted from absorption of Stranahan of Toledo. .
REFRIGERATION many game winning blow against John seven !Run Batted in
Innings finally broke loose
email farms Into larger operations Hetkl who gave only eight hits. 11 triumphs. giving up nine hits. The Irishman also deflatedBritain's I American Laatue i National LoaaueDiMacito t SIZEANY '
All the runs came in the fifth. with a game-tying five-run out- Yanks 46 Cooper. Giants 61wInlam.
SERVICE and from the purchase of farms Hank Greenberg and Wally West- Al Lakeman starting the rally hopes of regaining the burst in the eighth on five singles I .. Red,Sox 6iMlxe.. Giants 61
by former tenants who have pros- lake hit successive homers in the prized trophy won last yeaj by a double by Dais Mitchell ,Johnson Yanks 44 Marshall. Giants 59 DEPTHFOR
with a double as Bama Rowell Horn Runs
pered. second Sam Snead and veteran observerswere I
and Westlake
Domestic-Commercial hit anotherin dropped his fly near the wall. The and an error. Williams. Red Sox IS Mize. Giants 23 HOME-
Alr-CondlUonlncj the eighth. It was Greenberg's13th next two men went out but predicting last night that the OCTIOIT (:J..r CLEVELAND (Al Keller. Yankees 13 Marshall. Giants 18
while Westlake raised his old trophy had come back from a r ..brhsLake..s Gordon. Indians 11 Cooper Giants 18 RANCHOR
Prompt-Efflcient'RMsonabl PHONE Z-ISU Hughes beat out a hit and Skeeter 4IIISIIt-tkerS.d I IllsWrbb.a Heath Brovns ll.Kiner. Plants 18 -
.'. repair an makes and total to 11. Newsome tripled to right bringing trip across the Atlantic only to I' I I :ti.k, I 1,1 1cui.binIb i
typesDon't Pat Dunning [N] I PITTSBURGH leave for a shorter trip across' the I I III 111Wrey.1f J I I'J IOutlswW GROVE
P1.CINCINNATI i home two runs. Harry Walker 3 I J I )11IdI'/.1f./ I I I IMIIllia.rf I INSIST ON
Fuss FONE n CSS N. Orange AT*. 1taUmtLrt .bIbIat I I put Newsome over with a hit to Irish Sea. I I I I YAwanta.rf I I I I
Foe. Gus 772SBackM ,Yb Prescriptions tteira.lb : 1 1 1 3 : llWletlm'ajRuwU.cf I| : 1 1 : : : i left. At 150. fashioned with 71-79 t'ra..ct. : I I I I PI5ouds.is. 4. I I I 4KU.3b I "QUALITY TASTE" .We' Guarantee
Only H.tt..ib. 4 I I I XGnsune.ib| I I I I I Stranahan nevertheless led two \ 4 I I I IIR.I'ia.on.ib 1II I I BAKED GOODS
ky M years "rlHee Touiu.lb I I 11 I Kiner.lfGreeab 41131 BOSTON (NI I PHILADELPHIA c N) )1..111 t. I J .1onI..21 1 I I 4Caif Water No
UJ Magaolla Avs. Immediate Haa.cf . 1 abrkIs! sbrh. other American survivors still in ,.. :I I I I II 1 I'.3b t" I I IT&tp A Product of -' or
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... 31137HwLI.c 11111Matl1rr. : 4 I I f *|WaIkrrfall.If 4 I I I I Gor.k.p IIIIIL.oors._ I IC I
4I13I14.ttatkt.3b J 41111 -,' .Sb' 1 .111 AdaaM rf IEtIiort.3b final 36 holes with scoresof -lUtt. p I I I I 'IG uel.. I" I I 4MItcheLl I I1M Orange Ave, Winter Park
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aAdaau lIIIIjBsgby.p 41113 4 I I I iT.bofJhTortaaaaUb I 155 or better. I I I I 'Kllrnt.II'P I' I I Open A.M. to 9 P.M. Phon 231W We will
KILL HIS HeutpfcLukon all.l <# X I Id .;lEnaialf: I" I 21 lbP'kUns I. I II __ gladly
' I 'I I ._ I Branlb: 2.. I S .|...' BMlh. t I I S Johnny Bulla' who blew himself Lr..P I I I -
I 1'Iti'l'JU'Its11k1l' : ; ; 'Totals Ifl.: 41 'Totals 11 r aLtfbiler.lf 1 I t I IataIrk.c 3 I I I 'I to an SO on. opening day. put together (rHerkmss. I I I I S give yon
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Dust : <. ._ _.. X J l ItlI Sriubwh fuller 2" I 3 :1! Ghezzi had 39-39-78 for a totalof -raa for Metkorlca in ItS.bGrounded i "stiemmCIVILIAN t
l .... ... . Ill Ill 11*=rKrrnra i rKIMLaa I. t 1 1)) i 153. One other American. Staff out for Kltenan .la ItS.e.IahIed .
sJlilsI':11L1': for Lenwa la 5,6.DIT.iI .
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will kill the fleason -) _. Kuaa batted la- -. Maaa. dRoop II IC| _. 36 Months
Sgt. Charlie Jennings of Medford 111II'" 0114I'Irrlasd
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in lava S. Baauwki. ttuaUn H aac nuu-CIT".- -----1 ----- N. J.. wound up with 40-39-79 for Ill 0'l OErrur.WPbb t2L4IIi'AksqF to Pay
your dog ...... ratlaka L Klaer Doubla laEiaaUra.UUln Tatata at' 14 '1 TMala HI7sriled Gordoo. Suns battr4 laCra.taft" -! I
i 162 to'qualify. .
too .
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30 seconds-if it fails it 'I Backmaa. Reitnrr. T"a ha. bjiv Mullim,
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is free! Harmless! to the -by H tkl :J; Picky L Bit by Pitcher. '-( KM Int Sltti U 5th.Bton Romanoff Steddlum \ Psrttflcee-5a-Ift.Lake and Outlaw Boudreao.bordon IloahIsPlaIMI. .. I II 1. I
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dog. sad Barr. Time 1:30. Attmdaaos f.flt. 0l4 530: IIIIs-l -
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altbb&... Tlaxa 1.3$. Atttadaaea .147.
the All
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PatentedWILLIAMS' / Laai 'I pjn. today metaI-4200 Cable
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a.- $4235
: George Romanoff, retired ,mld- .
Dept. 4th Floor (; ,
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CHEMICAL CO.MANUFACTURERS : Mass, AP) Al (Red) Priest. dleweight titleholdcr and Bill Speed.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK 158. of Cambrldse. New England middle- Richards. husky Atlantan tanglein cities is highest between the hoursof
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match. with a one hour.time limit.
,--- I PRISQOI.: Me. UP) Charier Babcock. Ted Bell and Bill Steddlnraare ,
179. Bsnsor, handled Oil WUliams. 196.
I Prrmue Isle his first defeat as Raferee carded for a one fall 45- BUILDING I
NEWS FIR HOUSEWIVES Larry Oanthier stopped their scheduled : minute tussle In the semifinalattraction.
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the automaUc snap-tite cover is now 50O CENTRAL AVE.CAMER"A ._ New York won a 10-roand decision over I and they will go for the Paint SAFELY
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sure 'to see this new method of cooking I fall deciding the match. Roll Hoofing and Shingles HAVE YOUR BRAKES AND FRONT END

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C demonstrator. SUPPLIES, DEPENDABLE Early travelers' to Japan reported I Doors and Frames i CHECKED FOR THE JULY 4th TRIP

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:: Orlando, Florida, FridayJ-ly4-1947: {aljr ]=ffnurii? nf July fefnltogl-Star Page 7 ] Joe Baksi -

__1w Agrees
__ Kettles :

-- t tjt :.-, - St. Augustine Wins Lake Orange I IAII Second; Stock Car Program Set To Meet Joe LouisIn



___ : Turn in Three To Clinch Site For September Bout .
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k For Azalea Park
FSL All-Star BattleThe Driving TodayWith NEW YORK (AP] Joe Baksi ;

% h1- Stars MeetIn one-time beer-hall bouncer -
; a field of over 30 contestants-10 of them highly yesterday agreed to fight
i Saints
Saint Augustine
% 1 Hit PitchingTommy defeated Palatka. 2-0. last night I I regarded racers from Cocoa-and an anticipated crowd expected Joe Louis in Yankee Stadium

;: to clinch for their city the i to hit the 3,500 mark the Orlando Stock Car Racing The Sept. Pennsylvania 19. clouter

4 4IZ Florida State Leagues 1947 Allj j Annual Tilt Assn. will stage its second program of stock car races at and his manager, Nate Wolf-

Hyde and Carl IGoosel Star game scheduled for Sunday I Azalea Driving Park near Casselberry today.The son who have been touring

Kettles hooked up in a win<<.c1i11y July 13. The game is awardedto five-event card will get underway -< T Europe since Joe beat. British

of a hurling battle here at Tinker the team leading the leagueas rSpe-ol; to The 4th of July Sent r1el.SterJ I' Heavyweight Champion Bruce
Field last night with the Orlando of July 4. at 2 pjn. and there was Lon
WINTER GARDEN-The first Welaka I Woodcock April 19, in
Senators squeezing out a 1.0 victory :- The first 800 fans at the Or- every indication yesterday that Meet don gave the green light to
1tw
over Sanford in the fast one i lando. DeLand. Saint Augustine annual Lake-Orange League inter- the holiday turnout total would I the title bout by signing con-

hour and 50 minute tilt. and Gainesville ball parks last league allstargame pitting an come close if not surpass the 3,500 tracts in Stockholm, Sweden

Hyde and Kettles matched night cast ballots for the rookie all-star aggregation from the five I figure. Draws Large I where Baksl is getting ready

pitch-for-pitch daring the pitching and limited service-veteran Lake County teams .against a Twelve of the drivers headed to meet Olle Tandberg Sun

.. it! duel. each allowing' only squads. Fans at Sanford. Lees- similar of Orange Countian by Bob Lyle of Orlando qualifiedfor Field day.It S
group Holiday
: .w, ..,; . three hits and each having' a burg. Daytona Beach and Pa- was pointed out that
; tainted hit In their totals. latka will cast their ballots to- .will be played at Walker Field at the 25-mile feature race Baksi's role as Louis' challenger

_. IoOo.....,.., Two of the three hits the big night. 8:15: pm. today. I Wednesday, but race officials fzfc'::: : ?o T4n of J'jfv' Se-!lr.ei.StorJ depends entirely on
J. ...
I said that featured scramble
the
- knuckleballer from Sanford allowed The Lake County club, number- WELAKA-Close to 100 out- whether he can beat Tand-

MOUND... DUELISTS TONIGHT -QJr[ Own Staff Photo: B mes. were grouped in the sixth ing 16 strong will be directed by would be open to all contestants.All board racing' drivers from over the berg. It was pointed out too.

: Sondy Deas, right, top-ranking inning however. to spell the difference J e r ry Morrison entries ore rthe 12 qualifiers that Ollie also has signed a
softboll hurler on the lower East Coast however will have to draw for South will compete here in a four- .
and Ollie Barker, left, in the brilliant mound exhibitions Standings Clermont manager contract to meet the Bomber
one of the State best pitchers, will be the mound opponents that thrilled the 1,032 I who is cur / positions. This includes Marion hour racing program on the St.i if he should beat Baksi.

here at Exposition Pork tonight when Fletcher Motors of Orlando paying customers. riORlOA STATE 'LtAfuC rently the lead- McDonald who won last month'sevent I Johns River today In the annual !i ;'

Craig' Lybrand crossed! the platein I T... W L PcU Cl Tti. W L Pit. SBIX. ing Lake County : j
the l. the !!
ploys fast Fourth of July Regatta of
Pan-American Airways team of Miami in A. .. 44 11.til Lmawi 1M 3. .4'1 llb
the sixth Mgr. Lou
on Bevil'sforceplay nine in loop play. While the drivers and mechanics Buse Advances
n ."' 11. IT 21 .HI 1 JURfnrd II <1 .411 11 t Florida Federation of Outboard
an exhibition tilt.Fletcher grounder to short with j DcLaad" 41 30 .>>3 S .Palatka !* 45.3K II Morrison's squad were applying finishing touches to i I
down and bases loaded. IMLafxl 41 it .3M: f" UtrVa B. ft 64 .1" Uon. Clubs.
one ilj1.
will be opposed i
W
their vehicles track
yesterday!!
... .. I
U 34 JM 7 i.liirfa B. i I as *! K* Highlight of the races, which
Lybrand had doubled to right Maulta VntartafORLANDO by a 22-man .h\ workmen spent the day grading!
center to set the Senators' 1. Hafford s.ill. .. .& start at 1 pjn.. will be the "free
Motors up squadunderJim the oval and. packing the track i
:
Faces Stern To Semi-finals
AmuiliM I. Palaika S.0.iD.il& for all" event that concludes the i
score. After Rex Throop. had 11. I.......... I. Mobley Whiter down. Officials last night said the i
drawn one of the two bases on Tatfajr'a c.... Garden skipper. ., course was in the besa shape it j i program. Every- racing .boat en- j j

Test balls Kettles allowed Ty BrazIel ORLOXDO; it I'alalaa.lalMtnll The Orange TSj has been in for several and I tered in the various classes will I

Against Miami TonightFletcher was !safe at first loading the bases (iLia4 .*, it I.bor.Dayton. Brach.8u Countlans hold a ... .', that the dust which clogged years last compete in this race for the hand- MONTCLA1R, N. J. TAP] Yale ..

on .a grounder hit deep between AlKUMia. s1NATIONAL_....a. slight advantage Morrisonat month's show had been dispensed' some Forrestwood Sportsman'SLodge , University was assured last nightof = i

Motors' All-Star Softball team regarded as third and short that Shortstop LEAGUE the plate in overall batting I Trophy put up by Forrest a representative in the final ,.

one of the State's strongest combines following its 3-0 win !John McManus fielded. McManus I I TM. w L Pet. 65 T... W L PH.Bmbr IS averages compiled as of June 15, with.Heading today's program will be i Wood. sponsor of the races. I match for the 25th annual Batern -

over the Peerless Woolen outfit Wednesday faces one of, almost succeeded in forcing: X. Tarfc. M 1411 S4.MI.... Wim-inttl 1 illiicaa II 34 M 13..MT''4 SiRoilMI 4 boasting a hefty .399 average to the 25-mile feature but four other 'Joe Swift. Mount Dora. secretary I Intercollegiate Men's Singles ':

its sternest tests today in the fast Lybrand at third on the play. j JJ3 .J31 1 ,ni1flila' 3" 41.t3: ...iJU. a .281 for their foes. However the ra'es-a 10-mile stock car heat I of the State outboard Tennis Title on Sunday as a result _
Pan-American nine from Bevil then grounded to short, Imia 14 U .'Mi 4 jPittb.'..Ot I* .31 imPttub gives the Lake lads a I of yesterday's quarterfinalsat ii
pitching 10-mile skeeter heat has termed the racing
Miami at 8.55n. y......, race. a event group
Exposition Park. the Montclair A. C.
t q McManus initiating' double rih. 7. fuuaumati J.ttlcan slight advantage with a combined a 15-mile consolation for the five course on the bend of the St. ;

The game will get underway at play attempt that forced Braziel . 4. 5'. Louis .I. 16 won and five lost against a 12 slowest cars i nthe first two races Johns here "one of the finestin Defending Champion Irvin

I p.m. where capacity: crowd: is Britt Barks at second but misfired at first >1.Ilpbla w York It.I. Urooklym_... I.S.- and five record for the hurlers and a 15-mile run for skeeterswill I Florida for outboard racing." Dorfman protected his top seed- 11-
to let Lybrand score. T". '. GaaiM Mobley has to work with. ing by blasting unranked Fred
round out the show. :
expected be on hand to see an Hyde struck out three and Ptttbabl pilclwra; |.... utd lot [rrordi laarruilMtnl. Morrison's squad includes: Admission Five heats will precede the free Otto of the University of MteMt5
to the is
anticipated hurling duel l between Top PerformersIn walked five in posting his 11th -N.. Twk at B.-,,. (1 awmlBf aficnumalCfft S Hayes, Moore Wilbanks and $1.25. program I for .all" event. gan, 6-3, 63.Dorfman's .

big OWe Barker of Orlando and win of the season against six de- 11-*) .... 1& i-i' TK Maimf ISSJU4 -I Singletary. Cler- The following entries. with their Among entries filed are 14 from opponent will be his
Txtar
Sandy Deas. crack Miami tos&er.D feats. Kettles'struck out seven. SG4_ at Il-Il.1'Ia1l..w'plai.| ll-Ma. i('-5] aa4LaKtawwoi 4 mont Poulos I. type of car will race today: I members of the Florida Outboard Yale teammate. unseeded' John
L-O League Although two errors were l-tj .... Mnafd [1-*| ..* HmtU1J. -I Yonnelly and L. Assn. of Orlando.A Moses, who gained the round of i
._ .
II .. Ca. M Driv r Make of Car
a U the flreballer who I chalked up back of Hyde. their !ritf> .wnik M <1 rinB..iT [11-Bar (2-21 ..dRub S Treen.. Eustis: 2 MarIon McDonald59 Pord Coupe day-long program. including four with an impressive 6-3. 6-3 d

twirled a perfect game In Havana Ward Britt. hard-hitting Winter effect was nil and the Senators .. IS-Il) .. Blackcrll' I1J-11) .t Lt..ly ( -JUAt. .- Bat' k s. Pemble 4 Fireball Robert *39 Ford coupe a barbecue at noon. supplementsthe triumph over Kenneth McCarthy
last year against the Vtd- Garden tfielder.. led the regular came up with otherwise sparkling ........ at I'kmm (U -Mua' .fr ('.11| ..4 I and Alaobrook 7 Jimmy Laser l*Sal'. Sedan racing phase of the holiday of Fresno State. Most upset *
10 K. D.
. l bbtt34 Pord 2-d. aedan
PoIlM (i-:) i Chl.a>M| IS-1J uxi SckatdU -
ado team and Impressed the performing hitters in Lake-Orange support for the left-hander. (1-101. S Mt. Dora; Maxwell 11 Bob Lyle '38 Ford tkeeter observance. third-seeded; Richard Hart of.she

Cuban population so with hiss League play for the season with a Doug' Robertson Orlando's --:.-- -S and H. Mc- 13 Georte Ttdd ''38 Ford Coupe University of Miami in the third L

peed that he was presented a hefty, .489 average as revealed In rookie first baseman. who erredon AMERICAN LEAGUE ? U 17 Lou Tarlor 40 Ford sedan round. .
T..* W L Ptt. CiaT... W L Ptt. CBN. Teouros. 'm a- 18 Bud McBride 33 Ford .Jan
special medal. statistics through June 15 released the very first play of" the Tmk 42:s.611 .I -" by L. c. Beck. league secretary game came back to turn In Detroit U 31 .535 4 |Iw..I.. t.. If 11 .471 *'-. and 31 Waldo Grirteo ''34 Ford ckeeter Behrens bring together second-seeded
.
The Clippers regarded u one PhU'Dblt U 31.$%% Ci:X'liloi 1! 17 .464 1V* 32 Joe Duffr 36 V-12 Cadillac Id. .
of the State's strongest outfits yesterday. A total of 49 three brilliant plays that figured Bottoa II K.Sll T 1st.!! Until 21 M. .VI U _ _ _ _DykfSTa.vares 38 Ace Moore '34 lord akeeter Enrique Buse of Rollins and .
'
swatsmiths showed fat . 48 John Klllhe7 40 Mercury I".D .
averages prominently in stif fling the San & TnttrfiT !with Jesse fourth-seeded William Vogt of
won the Miami city title the gold Philadelphia Bodon .7 Mat Preach 3' Ford COU"
I. 4.
above the .300 mark for the season ford attack 100
1)47It S. 1.'lewa1aa4 8. Dooley. Mt. Dora. 55 AI MeOlon '39 Ford sedan Princeton. Vogt eliminated the
ball and fourth district: championships : now at the two-thirds mark of The .Senators travel to Palatkafor tool .... ..b.duidJ for utility. 511 WUlard Allen '37 Packard sedall third of Yale's quarter-finalists d

last season and are now tied Play.Cecil a Fourth of July engagementwith T.d.ys boos Mobley Mob ley Includes 113 J. E. Warren ''40 Ford coupe sixth-seeded Jack Geller. 8-6.
for the first place in the Moore ........1. >ilch Barb Mount Dora right- the Azaleas tonight, with : on his roster: Maltby. Morton II' Lea Richirds lincoln Ikeetel'Oeor.e 64. Bus played aggressively in

Park LeagueMIamis fastest softball hander had the best won and lost Stan Zedalis scheduled to go after Waablawtm' >>. Tort |1J-Wy,. |*-,] aMMannm . Davis and Potter Zellwood; 94 Hamm ''38 Hudson coups CHARLOTTESVILLE. Va. [API the final set of his match with
.1 Johnny
.. Korll 35 Ford
circuit. for II-4J Uaadlcr: aad lotrnao IOUIII
record tl
: hurlers
performing his 10th win of the year. Orlando H-1JCkican- Starbird. Coding Pittman. Brooklyn 100 1.. B. Mltbaela '37 Ford coupe Favored Buddy Behrens of Fort I fifth-ranked Harold Burrows of :;
Mgr. Eddie Newell reported last since: the start of the season witha returns here for a one game stand at St. Lotus III-Popish (,.4) .... ; Ashley and H. McCormick. Cocoa Entries Lauderdale. Fla.. and Don Matheyof i the University of Virginia gain 9

night that his lineup would be the seven and two record. Leroy against Palatka tomorrow night. G H-41.>n\ -<"* (S.,] ... Jluneritf IJ-IJ ant Banfant Apopka; P. Brown. Ivey and Cald- 3 9 Tvrk Sam Furnari Adkins Model Model A A Ford Ford k'ter skier Deerfield Academy' Mass., advanced i ing' a 6-Z. 6-2 decision.

same starting team he used Browning who had a three and SANFOHD I ORLANDO Detroit at ClrfTlaBd. 111-Brwaai HI dOnrvira well. Winter Park; Burnsed. Hag- 99 John Fortenberrr: Model A Ford sk'ter to the semi-final round of I The semi-finals of the women's
against the Peerless team from none record for his time in the ab.8 o a'| .brI o aamwja ll-lj n. Black t-5J and Krnbn 4 Jim Pond i" Model A Ford Skier Interscholastic Tennis 0
([ 1 6 a a 4Iftraad.M! 4 1 1 gerty. Freeman and Vickery. the National also will
loop. paced group of 11 mounds- 9 S (4.... 57 Ounior Adklns Chrysler skeeter singles be contested: to- 2
Georgia Wednesday. Tylrrjf 3111.ETS.rt| 3561S Pkiladrlphia at Bnttm. (1)-riom (1-T aajPawlw < Ocoee: W. Britt H. Britt. Murphy.I 3 Murray Raymond Model A skeeter Tournament here yesterday. i I day. Noreen Haney. fourth seeded .
Mercer Henry will catch Bark men who had been undefeated. Brtdexf S a a S eiBramtrfHar'nitm.V 35110 U-'J n. ....... II-IJ .... B..:ka Al of Junt 15. 1947 I a 6 1 alBertlJf I I S 1 S HI- 21 Charlie Raymond Model A skeeter player from McGiU UnivecsttTt
era famed "dipsy-dodle" tosses rtlora thaa 3 aamee at* joo mIL a...) 8II l.'m aul. 4 a a a l.lut| ...}!. I. S I 1Murra.1It Garden. tournament. was forced to come: filled the round of four by defeatS
with Freddie Caldwell at first Player--dab aab h. ava. 4 a 1 IM.nnJna.JI I S 1 I I SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION from behind after losing the second I
LawioB B. H.-W. Garden 4 16 10 .625 Dnirr.it; I. a a ""ltobPna'.l S 13 SLake Taaai W L PH.Taai W L Ptt.Mobil. ing Jane Austin of the University I
Kenny Hicks at second.: Walt Hudson Jofcnaon-Clcrm.nt 4(4 .500 IS1SSIBI1L.| 15531 M 1* .HA'.a!| 4' 42 .45' G-Men Swamp set to defeat fifth-ranked of Pennsylvania. 6-3, 6-1. to earn S
at third and Jack McCullom Brttt. W.w. GardenBatu 11 45 22 .489 Lub.e 41 6 aiHyde.p 15513Ke'1..p ..- QriMa M 1* .Mt.Birartxhaai 41 44 ..42nuuanopia Eagles Trade ; GerrY Thomas of Washington. a test with Mrs. Betty Ruth HmI I
-W. Park 5 32 15 .469 255551| ....,.... ..
third. Jimmy Harwell will.pa 41 41 II 44 .41* 6-4.
on TM It 4-6.
U a 6-2.
Bradford-W. OardeaHlmtlabantb I IS 1 .467 SS41t Tfltala14 1 11711a bert James of the University of ,
:Nathntla 1* 4* .414 UnH Rark 11 H J7J I
trol leftfield with Bob Johnson in -Mt. Dora S 11 S .433 .. ---ainjlw for Draier' Ia ath.aaford .. ; Pirates 11-2 In semi-final matches today Miami. Mrs. James seeded -
BacoEu.t" aa aaa 045IO.laaIo
center and Babe Vlehman in right Mobl.-W. Garden 10 i 9 42 16 19 7 .438.UI _._ __ Hie m 10iZB&8UI. T... INTERNATIONAL W _LEABUE. Star Passer ; Behrens tangles with Mathey. second is the defending cham -
L rot. W L Ptt. ,
|IT
yopp-w. Park I 23 10 .43* : BraiM.< McMaaua. Bunt while Sidney Swartz. Brooklyn I
pion.
.
Montreal 4* 14 .an *
Bcrhwrar 17 1
Oodlna M_-Apopka R.-ZeD..oo4, 13 9 54 36 n 15.40T.417 .kaned. -to Tyler.-BenL H, Two-hue. Double 1Li-wtln.play*- .-.aaew ..-. .475,55. 1* 1* ."">_.,% M 41 ..144Jen PHILADELPHIA rAP Quarterback Hoag Shines meets. Gilbert Bogley Washington. Top-seeded Barbara Scofield of
TABLESThe *, CIV 44 M M 41 .49 Roy Zimmerman. long the
SOLUNAR .Sit.BalUmvTC. :
JSMkS and Bohmma
k19d09-UmIUI 13 52: 21 .404 Lett' on bam-Orlando San Francisco. the nation's 16th
Potter-ZellwowlBarara 13 -it 21 .404 S. BinfonL a Base em ball .. fSpecW The 4th of Sentinel-Star] Field ranked woman player, also representing :2
to July
-Mt. Dora 6 15 a .400 (I. X. Smart onl b Hyde I. Kettlea T. Wild'" Detroit Olhaverry Tops
schedule of Solunar periods Brooklyn-Apopka 14 59 23 .390 pttrn. -Krai.**, Pasieri kail-Ban*. Tm...-. SOUTH ATLANTICLEAGUE Eagles, was traded to the GAINESVILLE-Mgr. Myril Hoag. Miami will face third t
HardeD-CInmOD& aIi.aM Bclbtrk. TtaM ef ... ISe. Jawrte ,..t....., Lions yesterday in a surprise move I
as printed below, has been taken 6 13 S .385 *- who pitched four-hit shutout For American Handicap seeded Betty Coumbe of William 0'I
l ey-W. park 14 47 IS .383 GmmlUt S. Colunkla Z.fhuletMai Coach Earle [Greasy Neale said .
from John Alden Knight's Solu> Wlndham. a.-Oeore 14 55 21 .382 *. .A"(.,. Z. in Leesburg Wednesday night INGLEWOOD. Calif LAP] The and Mary in the other semi-final.
Tables. Plan days so Pittman-Apopka' 13 arawiak '-J. MarM 1-4. was aimed at bolstering the Eagle
your 53 20
nar .377 Nick
Buonato walked back the mound here !'I
that win be fishing In good )KIID&1kerlermoll: 4(3 .375 ColMbm 4. JarkjaaiTlli. X (It ...1.'.).. on t favored Olhaverry and<< 10 rivals_:. 5
you
9&rks.-M Dora line.In I last night and allowed the Pirates The number of civil pilots in
13 51 19 .373 received I were named to run in me 5:>>UUUU
territory or hunting in good cover I StsrbIrd-Zeftwood 11 46 11 .370 return the Eagles but five safeties while his G-Man American handicap today in the the United States has increased !
during these times it you wish to NcT1ar...... H CmaUUa. SliT .368 Turns Rosenquest Fry Jim Kekeris a huge tackle from
in
BackPalatka,2O from 100.800 in 1941. to 400.000
NorJlb7-W. Garde a 30 11 .367 of Missouri and charges blasted two Leesburg annual holiday purse at Holly-
find the best sport that each: day Stark dormant the University ,
12 55 20 1946.
.364 hurlers for 14 solid blows and an wood Park.Olhaverry..
baa to offer. ..-ClermontVandertrin 10 42 15 .337 Win Matches In draft rights 'to Charles Hoover .
the long striding
11-2
decision. .
-Ocoee S 11 S .353: 240-pound Vanderbilt University
A3L P3L TOUDINoocI-W. Garden 13 54 19 .352 The GMen. paced by Dusty Chilean grey drew the outside
Day Minor Major Minor Major Wa1tZ.Q"oo4 9 37 13 .351 Clay Court PlaySALT center. Morgan who lashed out two triples post position and shouldn't be Orlartdo Academy of Music !
Tr
Thun.6:00: 6:25: 1XZS & 1uoIClermOl1It 49 17 .347 [Special to The 4th of July n'ir'; et-Stor]
Dooley-Mt. Dora 11 41 14 .341 and a single, blasted Bill Munch cramped. but he had his work cut
m. 6:43: 11:15 7:10 1:11 Well t. ST. AUGUSTINE Nick. Buon- LAKE CITY LAP] Stolid An Accredited School )
Taare -
It.7. 13 S3 18 .340 Georgia Tech Launches from the mound in the second Inning out for him against a field made
Major Solunar! periods the best Aahley C.anolly-.Apopk&-Apopka 14 5 60 18 20 6 J33 J33 ato. the Saints' sensational right- Ted Schroeder. No. 2 man of 'I and continued the assault up of: Approved for GJ. Training t

periods lasting m to 2 hours in Dou. Cf Tatarei a24: S J33 hanedr. blanked Palatka 2 to 0 American Tennis. seemed to have Sale of Grid Tickets against southpaw Paul Gormish. Honeymoon Battant. Lets by Veterans Administration

duration are In BLACK TYPE. U Broadway.ter_W.-Park Tavarea 12 4 54 IS 16 S .333 J33J here last night before 1.398 fans lost his touch for a few minutes ATLANTA (UP Tickets to who finished the game. Dante See Tee See. Burning .

Minor (or second best periods, Boweo-ClemantMUlcr. 11 24 I .333 fo rhis third straight shutout vic yesterday at the National Clay 1 Georgia Tech football games this Included in the Gainesville bar- Break Pere Time. Paperboy. Cover 539 Lake St. Phone 5495 -

shorter periods are In light type. R... OmatUlaLedovi D.-omaUllaMaiwelV 13 6 55 21 18 7 .333.327 tory.Buonato Courts Tournament then confi- Fall went On sale in Atlanta* yes rage weer four triples and four : Up. Texas Sandman and MJkaLAPPLIANCES I

-CermontWllbank 6 25 5 J2fl has not given up a dently found it and knocked out terday. Athletic Assn. Business doubles. i I ,
*-Clermont 10 41 13 .317 run in the last 38 official innings two opponents inside three hours. Griffin announcedthat
Charlie
Peulei-Eiutli 12 51 16 ..314Dob04wskVm9tftIs he has Mgr. Hoag gave up both Leesburg UseBUTANE
RADIO SERVICE pitched.
He followed Frank
9 32 10 .313 thereupon season ticket orders will be runs in the fourth frame with a I
Brownlna-W. Garden 9 39 12 J08 The game was the faatest ever Parker Seymour Greenberg and filled until July 14.
O-Man the PIrates-
HOME MOTOROLA ACTOExpert V.ld'a-Ocoee 4 13 4 .301 played at Francis Field in the other top performers into the error helping r
record rhanf sorWee work Smith. T_ZenwoodMeCoraaek. 11 36 11 .304 quar- Home games are Sept. 27. Ten- cause. After the fifth the G-Man' HOT POINT DISHWASHERS
D,Ur, W.-Apopka 14 62 19 .304 Florida .State League lasting terfinals today.Schroeder nessee Oct. 11, VMI Oct. 18. -
ruaruteecl Pickup and ry ; ; skipper did not allow a hit. I' A Good Clean, Economical
DISPOSAL UNITS
Moore HOT POINT
-Clermont 12 53 16 JO only one hour and 17 minutes. whipped unseeded r
Auto Start Dart*-OcoeeCainwaU 5 17 S .294 Auburn; Oct. 25. The Citadel; I LEESBURG I GAINESVILLE' and Odorless Oas
Supply I I8.1. Ia
Economy
-W. ParkStewart 13 51 IS John Theobold limited the Clyde Hippenstiel of San Bernar- Nov. 1. Duke: Nov. 22. Furman 7 S ai HOT POINT DELUXE RANGES Fuel at a Price You Can :
ts* . or.... An. ..... 4O i.-EuiUaMurray : 10 34 10 .294 Saints to four hits while Buonato dino. aCl.. 9-7. 6-4. and Nov. GeorgIa.Top I 8MgWy.2b : : ; : :|/ ; ; 5 ; Iz.I.s.it :
-Kuatia: 7 24 7 .392 29. I I 1 I I lIJ.b..if' 4 I 3 I 5 HOT POINT IRONERS Afford for COOKING.
scattered six. St. Augustine Ted Looked much better in .
Dyke. __TaareaStewart. 13 5* 16 .391 scored Hall.c 7 1 1 IIMortia. 1 3 2 3 HEATING WATER
L.-EuatlaHodeaaaath 10 35 10 .286 in the first inning when An- winning" his fourth-round test 1 II 1550se.sb : S I 4 J'l.vlan y. : 1 1 S I Ir.d. Limited Number Available r
.-.W. Park 12 50 14.280 Racing Drivers ... ISSSSTSww.rf! 31215 HEATING and RE- .
derson walked went to second ona from Bernard Bartzen William ,
TERMITE .MNTROLN .I.I1c -Um.tWaJ 4 16 S .276 f Hnffu.itrbMiu.rf aiLeiatoarUf 3 1 FRIGERATION.
: : : : 1 : ; : I .
Miller K. c.-CmaUUaLa 13 36 10 .%7' wild pitch stole third and scared and Cary Collegian 6-2 6-3. Compete at Atlanta itF.4755.l9 112 ORLANDOAPPLIANCE
TEAM or DatrCNDASILITT at-Cmatllla 11 44 12 .273 after Pawlick's fly to right It was a busy day for Schroeder ,I t.oria"t.1. 4 S I I ijf.a 4 I 1 I I : ORLANDO BUTANE GAS
MeCtekffi-Tavtrei 5 33 9 .273 I ", aDCII.,_. 5555 liH_.. 4 1131uosk.6. CO.
ATLANTA LU?] The nation'stop
CALL. PBONX OR WftITZN.LCOX M.MUia_W. OardeaWiak S 11 3 .273 In the fifth. Stillwell opened as earlier he and Jack Tuero of .. I I S S II I.
-Mt. DoraBrowm. 6113 -273 with a single, was. sacrificed to New Orleans top-seeded men's racing: drivers will wheel their Amtf-to.it 0 S 0 S $1I I 210 N. Orongt Are.Phonal SERVICE, Incorporated
P.-W. Park 6 33 9 .273 I I! Indianapolis type cars around I I T..al* 14 I sluM Totals ST 11 II XT
j WUllami.-W. Park 12 52 14 .269 second by Labda and scored on doubles team .trimmed the Hip arm 9i..44wg > a &._: 4537 and 2-4004 1032 W. Robinson Ph. 21732MOTORBRAKESCLUTCH
1UH imMA ST. *1.06040k-Mt. Dora 14 36 IS ..285048.POPkS I Judys second hit of the gome penstiel Brothers. Clyde and I Lakewood Speedway here today in _ *M ID* eoei 1.1
6 IS 4 .267 a 100-mile national championshipevent Gaiawtn ... .!- -
1- - -----
a single to center. Glen. 6-3. 6-%. i ;:
Pltaer-CuatU 1 19 6 .263 before 30,000 Erren-JI"ii t.: tinman S. Ttalaaey. *&!
Bumaed OeoeeVleCrary 13 57 IS .26J PALATIIA I IT. AUSUITINCs6r& Parker was given a good battle some persons. Rime feattm m-Mormtn. Hnac. Jufcihaa. Thorve. I I
-- .. . '
I Emil Andres the
-Cterme-nt 5 19 5.2&3 I won pole posi- bam .Salfrri. P81597.I Lripbait. Tvo-baw hit I
Britu H.-W. Garden 14 61 16 .262 ....,...... 461 1 hd1.11 4012 a by Dick Savitt. Cornell player tion for the race by qualifyingwith -Hall. ".... DIll....,. rhorpe. ftaHer. Itifkait. I I
j,Reeer-U.atWa 13 54 14 ..25'PaTnar. 1).L2b 4 I 1 I 11'I. 1 S 2 1 from East Orange. N. J.. in the I .. n.**-..>.w kit*-,..,.... *. JahBMM.Tberpr. .
entfnel= ,tar .. S 35 9 .237 I'Inll.rf 491 1 ...1I k.or 35s 30 first set.! but he gave Savitt a I a time of 41.05 seconds over I I" Koleo .*....-1:1: ,... Left eo bane*- rrame-sprfJr--ax1e-or neighbor dents fender. If any
Hall-Tnar.. 12 47 12 .253 Th.A.id.p 11S54WU1..3b 25535 the one-mile track in trials last Ix MMirf .. iaineafllle 8. Ban *. ball*-oT: af these\need attention Just can us.STIVERSPONTIAC.
.. Pi.&kk.a I. S S Ku-pi.akLV3 I 1 25 masterful tennis lesson in the ... .
Tree L Kiutia 4 16 4 .250P.dI.rZ.Uwood sec Sunday. Muarh S. n rmi k 1, Hoa* X. $t.k8 miUuavb I
MERCHANDISE 462 .250 .r..1f S S 0 S 0iLitt..1s! I. 510 5Mnd1sLW ond. in winning by 64. 6-2. I .. .. OorvUh X. H**. (. Rita off ItuaVk ,
MOVES Da,l>-ZellwoodBrlaMoat 9 28 7 .250 I 0 S I 1\Iaw.II., J. 1 I 1 I I 1m 1 1-1 ........ A........ Bit by piieber. by !
L -W. Park 15 56 14 .250 'h.of I 5 5 I .La-.." I I I 4 3.DSI.16 Flam was too strong for Victor Only about 100 kinds of trees 31_ (IAI_..., Comb (N....]. Wild I
& hI 1_ Ia ..-K:.atU 4 16 4 .250 : J S 1 I iIia..iai..p, a. S S 2D.s.Sb Seizas of Philadelphia seeded 7th. have pttrb-Omt>*v P9554 belt-Mail i. WlaaluHrbrr I
p-J 1" '" M3..r. T.- 13 44 11 .250 -----1 :----- I country. Wla -. n.e./ .._ -I:!*. I
: I Average Daily CkrulaUon Dolllln1eIt-W. Park 9 37 9 .243 .11918 11. S 21 'I T..1e IT I 4T IIPalalke Champion Barbara
I .1 McCsr&ck.5900k8 9 37 9 .243 I _______._ 045 --. Krase of San
: L, Pad < 3f nth.-42JNXFN Schacbt. PZ UwodMOTTtaoa 9 37 9 .243 I 8. A99111t155. _-_-____.__ __ I" 515 IM-C Francisco blew down
-ClennoatPemblo 12 33 6 .24J E....: I'\ItIe. Kriiti. 5. IoaUM Ia: P.o.u.k. Blonde Betty Roseoqnest of Rol
-Mt. Dora 13 54 13 .241 Judr. T"* kM kiu: Karvinkl.: lies College and South Orange. N.
aa.u.-Cll1IIo.t. 9 23 S'.240 I 1*. ......: AadmM. Joi,. 8aUlrc: Lahda.Itoufela .
: Bmitn. N.-ZellwoedMiaor. 12 46 11 .231 I al.jl labia. Iwuialitad Latt .5 ...: J., 6-4. 8-2. and will meet Mrs.
YIURFIMEMHK MOeoe* 6 30 7 .233 Palatka 4. "'-. ..........u.. S. aUaa .. kaB: elf Mary Arnold Prentiss of San Ber-
Cbtpmta Mt. Dora 10 31 T ..2211I'lw.nAIIO.k. Tlxakold 1. ftnt avt: a.p ThwtatU '. -.,. ..
NEEDS 11 33 12 ..22.tbtnrZ.U..oed ., wild" Xlrk: Tk.M4. (-.piraal Motto? .... Caat. nardino. CaU seeded third. in the AUTO RACES--JULY 4th
; 6 31 7 .221 TUM .( IM: 111..am. singles semi-finals. Mrs. Prentiss
8c6&c6t.z.w.o4 10 40 9 .221 eliminated Mrs Eleanor
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1150AFULLLINEOF. Meyaold_T Tar.a 1 16 4 .131: Cushing-
:: : PHONE Demutu-otoee 10 36 6 .222 ( ... ham of Hollywood 82. 63.
ChrUtophcr-Mt. Dora 14 36 6 ..222o.WL : I| w. Britt-w. Garttn. hit IB It coasccaU Seeondseeded Shirley June .
Dora 14 39 13 ..220T.vnsbloodOco.e .t ,
6 23 5 .211, I g&mPS.PIYCKING AVERAGES Fry of Rollins College and
Biraioa*-Ta.are. 12 44 10 .211, 1> At lean 1 victory Akron.. Ohio who Is ranked No. .
J Brordea-TararetVtek 6 23 S .211 Brooklyn-Apopka 1 0 l.OOD 7 nationally TIME 2P.M.
REFRACTORIES I .ry-4. C-2 otI
Metier-Oroe. 1 23 6 .214 -w. Garden 1 0 1.000 defeat on Wilma Smith. pretty

IN_, STOCK Wiley-MU Dora 10 1* 28 47 10 6 ...314Rss.rOe.ss .213PTtBklS.M8 Chubk BropJB-w.-WP parkTatt & WO f O 0 1.000 l.OOO: Oakland girl. Her opponent Saturday .

Dora 13 52 11 211 n-w. Park 1 0 1.000 will be Dorothy Head of ;
; Industrial! Equipment Co. Po.a... R.-W. Garden 11 34 7 .204 Tauber-W. Park. 1 0 1.000 Alameda CaL seeded fourth. I i:
3 10 2 ..200ETskI8CSrS6&I ;
Aaderaoa-W. Garden C.nw-T.sri 1 0 1.000VaDdenrtft.Ocoe. Miss Head AZALEA.DRIVING PARK ,
6 15 3 .200 crushed the hopes -
OU B..., DHiaMW FaJkJwf 14. 1 0 1.000
Do*. I.-Ta.area 6 33 3 -20C 8tokr -ClcrmontHardla 1 0 1.000 of Gertrude Moran. Santa Mon- '
: 1(2 N. Orange Phone C7JTIGKNOX drsv.-Mt. Dora 12 46 9 J0
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Bark*-lit. DoraMobley 7 I .771
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a .J .VMt. Dora ..25'WI.I. -W. Garden 3 1 ..750Bekeo.y.rW. In the women's doubles uar. '
., Park .2l7UmaUlla -2M i Qardia 3 1 .750 terminals Betty Rosenqnest
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Zellwood .IUTnues .243.I Game -Cltnnont S 2 .714
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Davu-ZcUvaod S 3 .111 MID-WAY BETWEEN ORLANDO AND SANFORD
Winter Garden .271 Eiutia .231 I I 1 "' & atf.,-,-AlIka' 6 3 .587 HuH3ood-: *t J Kay and Ceo
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Asbestos Raefiig Walter*-.Ocoee 1 1 .500 Jimmy Bloodworth from Indiana.
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8 mt, urtr! nf JnlB .*nttrtI-. tar. Orlando, Florida, Friday. July 4, 1947 JayCees Change I Brahman Meet Beach T TradePromotion. i Meter Revenue



Yolusia Ad Miss McCall Rainfall Shows James Sifford Story FeaturesPublication Set To Return


Honored Gets Volusia .Meeting Plans City Outlay


Booklet Urged Heavy Excess rSpecial to The 4th of Jufy Sentinel'.Star) [Special to The 4th of July Sentinel-Star] I ESpecial to The 4th of, July Sntinel-Stor1 [Spe'Q! 'o Tn* 4th of July Sent'mtl-StOrJ
At Post BEACH CHy Mgr.
Party Planning SANFORD-Meeting hours of KISSIMMEE-The special directors DAYTONA BEACH-The Daytona DAYTONA

the Seminole County Junior American : Beach Merchants Assn. will James Titus reported yesterday on
[ISre al *>The ** o* i luV Sentmel-StarJ [Special to The 4th of July Sentinel-Star] By MAYME HODGKIN [Special to The 4th of July Sentinel-Star Chamber of Commerce were 1 meeting of the sale.It the revenue rfom the city park-
trade promotion
invited Fall
hold
Brahman Breeder's Assn.
DELANO-Explaining the nand Sen"neJ-Starl? DELAND James Sifford of a
f SANFORD-First of a series of Special to The 4th of July changed Thursday at the lunch- I
the value of ft new booklet to parties SANFORD Rainfall for the Daytona Beach yesterday was appointed eon. making the first Thursday of I to convene in Ocala July 15. will was announced -yesterday by i ing meters, and pointed out that
honoring attractive
advertise Volusla. County. Bill bride- first six months of 1947. inclusiveof by the Voulsia Board of each month a dinner instead of I be the first meeting of this kind Marvin Thomas chairman of the I with the present. month's receipts:

Cospn. manager of the NewEmyrna elect Miss Connie McCall whose July 1 and 2, shows an excessof County Commissioners to succeed luncheon meeting. This will enable i to be held in the East. according committee in charge of the event.I the meters were nearly paid for.
Beach Chamber of Com marriage to James Maxwell AI- 15.75 with each month John E. Pierce as a member of the men from outlying meters for
inches. young to a feature article in the July I While the group has selected no The take on the
merce.Volucia yesterday Board of County appealed Conunisioners to the- ford will be an event of Aug. 6. except January building up above Board.the South Peninsula Planning. towns as well as those in businesses .1 issue of the Florida Cattlemen I date plans at present call for the first six months was as follows -
this to attend. where the present
normal toward excess. according sale
was given the big three day
to appropriate money In by ner aunt. Mrs. Edward The Board also I and Journal I holding : January $4,163; February
to B. F. Whitner. Govern- approved a luncheon hour is inconvenient.Also I Livestock published during the later partof
S. McCall. at her home at some time
their 1947-48 budget to pay for list of 288 names from which luncheon hour :March, $1,767;
606 East 14th St.. Wednesday ment weatherman here. the was monthly here by Cody Publica- August. or the first week in $4,662;
such a publication.Cotrn afternoon. West side farms which have juror for the County Judge' changed to 12:10 p.m. to 1 p.m. !, tions. September. Thomas said that the April. $4,103; May, $4,047 and
*. accompanied by Walter The McCall heretofore suffered heavily from I Court will be chosen. When the meeting is broadcast.it With four of the 28 directors sale would be patterned after the I June. $4,491.
Lahrman. secretary of the home was beautifully reported to be in County Atty. Charles Lutherwas will the air from 12:45 :
excess water are go on Florida cattlemen, the meeting Beach Days held last
Daytona: The 592 meters were put into
Df Land Chamber ., Commerce decorated. fine shape due to the cleaning of I instructed: by the Board to to 1 p.m. will include the discussion as -to I
and County Agent W. J. Halt In the receiving line were Mrs. Leo Butner.I claims Deiscl Another the weekly year. I operation Oct. 8, 1946 they have
the Smith ditch. press against the change was the date and location for the. Na-
,
Jr. ,h.wed the last booklet published McCall. Miss McCaD. Mrs. E. Nus- farm bureau representative and I Corp. of Jacksonville for alleged attendance prize. This has been I tional Brahman Show for 1948 The sale i Is beinr held to ac- ; grossed for the city 38019. of
by the county which he bickle of Winter Park. and the quaint buyers with Daytona j! which $25,933 has been paid on
Westside farmer said yesterday damage' $1,500 to a bridge near changed to three door prizes givenby according to ABBA Pres. Alton ;
MM wat 19 years old. honor guest's mother,Mrs. Emmett that no matter how much water New Smyrna Beach done by a local merchants weekly. with Burke of Corsicana. Texas. Beach as a hopping center >. the purchase price. A balance of

We need something new and McCall. falls this ditch is aiding in dram1 I company owned barge. The company the winner collecting his prize America's largest fence post Thomas said. $16.123 still remains to be paid

up to date. and a bulletin which The dining room featured the age so splendidly that 1 I has denied liability for the from the merchant's place of busi- plant is located at Ona Fla.. according The committee includes besides i, and then. they will be the property
include not only a description of : color scheme of red and yellow: hours the heavy rainfall has I damage which occurred almost a to the cattlemen. F. L. Tho mas, Bemis Langworthy I Ii \ of the city with all receipts to be
the agricultural possibilities in the the lace covered tea table was drained away to normal. I ness.The meeting was presided over Revrll Wauchula, presidentof i Leonard Dobrow N. P. Yowell, H. kept by the. city.
year ago.
county but one that will also centered with a cut glass bowl .Cleaning the Smith ditch or I by Rep. J. Brailey Odham president Revell's Florida Fence Post W. Benner. Paul A. Guthrie. This would mean that the city

ctrcu our Industrial resort and of glorlosa fillies and flanked by canal for a long time was a and plans were discussed on Co.. Inc.. says its production will I could look forward on the basisof
: ftportinc development** Cozens cut glass candle holders with white highly controversial subject between Colic i a means of raising funds for the soon reach 2,000 posts per day present figures, to an Income

: we!. tapers and a crystal punch bowl. the County Commissionand Mrs. Fall tourist program and for an when installation of final machinery Water of something like $30,04-0 a year.
He also urged the Commissioners ,: The buffet was centered with a the farmers of that area entertainment program for the is completed.Also System The city has experienced little
to appropriate an estimated 'reflector on which was an arch and was finally undertaken with I members who attend the August according to the article the mechanical trouble from the meters
DaughterEnd
$600. to which will be added approximately i with a silver bell with a tiny bride the Commission and farmers I Summer JayCee conference whichis process used by the company in and has had little expensein
$300 from each of the and groom" passing under. On splitting the expense between to be held here. treating the posts which includes connection with them, except
:, major cities in the county for a I Other county work that Bids for the salary paid one employe
either aide were red and yellow them. a three-hour bath in steaming i Rejected '
permanent exhibit at the Central gladiolas. needed care has been regularly 1: Trip creosote., is producing posts which who checks them daily.Edgewaier .

Florida Exposition each February I The hostess gift to the bride- done and Butner remarked that TSpe-' to Tlie 4th of July Satinet Star) Board To Seek the. U. S. Forest Service estimates I

In Orlando."Ue nave always been elect was a piece of her chosen Chrru IL B. Pope Is being highly SANFORD-Mrs. Janis Colle will last at least 25 years a con : ";-." -.! T: ,. 4-h rf J .1: SpnHn< ',S tfJrl
represented i
nth year. at Tampa. but !I pattern of flat silver. praised for this work. and daughter Elodie Colle have servative estimate at that. DAYTONA BEACH-City Commission Sets
All farm produce has been harvested The Southeastern
Brahman
1 Assisting in serving and entertaining Re- in a special session yester- I
in
; I believe the people we wish to of I returned to their home Cas-
contact attend tbe Orlando exhibit I I the 140 guests who calledbetween corn which. with the is not exception hurt by field the selberry from"Canada. Mrs. Colle. Channel Change view Kissimmee's for July features candidate a picture for Miss of day voted to reject all eight contrattor's -

*.* Cozens said. stressingthe 3 and 6 p.m. were the rains and farmers are taking a head of the local State Welfare Florida in the statewide I bids on the four-unit
great advertising value of Mmes. F. E. RoumOlat. Al Lee.J. rest," However. owners of large I office has been attending McGill I recently sponsored by the contest Junior water distribution project. Public Meeting
I I Immediately following the adJournment
participation. D. Woodruff. Roy Mann. B. L. lawns are finding it difficult to University, and has graduated [tcr-! ol tn TI f 4th.of JiA Sr t Star Chamber of Commerce organization -
Commr. John Graham Informed Perkins. Charles Park. E. I. Hoy. keep them cut. as the grass and .:from that school of social work. DELAND-In order to enable Miss Rosemary Barber. She : of the meeting. City .

the delegation that their proposal I Edmund Meisch. W. G. Flemming. shrubs are growing profusely and Elodie .Colle has been attending work to begin on the Seabreeze is shown standing by Emperor 'Mgr. James Titus said that bids [fSpr n'! to T'y- thf ] A $entn.ltai;< ; i
and suggestions would be considered J. N. Robson Jr. and H. B. McCall. lawns throughout the county have St. Ann's Boarding School: during bridge at Daytona Beach the Vol- Florida Grand Champion Brah- would be readvertised. and another NEW SMYRNA BEACH-The I

when the new budget being taken on a rich appearance as this time at Lachine. Quebec. usia Board of County Commissioners man bull owned by E. L. Geech I special meeting of the Commission I town of Edgewater will hate a I

made up. have the city parks and lawns of I Mrs. Eva Wilson who has held will request Dist. Engr. Partin of the H. O. Partin and July 25 would consider public mass meeting at 7:30: p.m. i

L. S. OliversTo public buildings.The I Mrs. Colle's position at the Wel- Teal to change the channel under Sons Heart Bar Ranch also of any bids received. I Monday at Town Hall to review '

1IissVilliams Whitner schedule of rain- fare Board during her absence. has that bridge at the same time simi- Kissimmee.Of I I The bids calling: for two new past town improvements and the I

End fall for the first six months of pone to' Ft Myers and Mrs. Cole lar work is'done by the Broadway I special interest are the pre- units under the Halifax River town financial status. and to hear I
Trip 1047. including the first two-days will resume her duties on July 15. bridge. according to action taken I views of six Florida rodeos set for [ in the form of new mains, took suggestions for future improve
To Be Wedto of July. shows the greatest rainfall I yesterday. I early in July including the Osceola up most of the discussion ments. and possible means of in-
!fSpeewl to The 4th of July Sentinel-Star]
having been in June, and least County Silver Spurs Rodeo in There,were four contractors who creasing the town treasury.
The Board instructed Jess Ma-
ST. CLOUD-Judge and Mrs.L. in January. The tabulation is as ForVacation Kissimmee I bid on the mains, but Engineer The Fourth of celebrationat
July
Leaves July 3 and 4 AllFlorida
r ( to The 4th of 1..'. entnel-Sr1,; .. S. Oliver are returning from thas, clerk, also to write to Sen. ; -
follows: January, .62 inches nor- i iI I championship rodeo at Arcadia ,Harold Briley and Joe Williamson Edgewater will begin at 10 :sun.
Holland and
OVIEDO-Mr. and Hendricks in
Mrs. Fred Kentucky.Miss mal 2.35 deficit 1.73; February I Repr. July 4, 5 and 6; Plant City's I of R-issell and Axon Co. told the today with field exercises in
Bush of this city are announcing Mary E. Schatzman of 5:75. normal 2.31. excess 3.44; regard to the matter. I show put on by the Hillsborough Commission that one bid was not which persons of all ages will par

the engagement of Mrs. Bush's Sardinia. Ohio. Is guest of Mr. March 6.76 normal 2.74. excess I I County Cattlemen's Assn. scheduled j complete and that the other was ticipate. An outdoor dinner will

sister. Mis Hazel Williams to and Mrs. M. G. Schatzman.Mr. 4.02; April 5.30. normal 231. excess By HELEN SNODGRASS for July 4 and 5. also Davie excessive. be served at noon at the town

William B. West also of Oviedo. I' and Mrs. J. W. Bennett are 3.09.; May 4.25. normal 4, excess I [Special to The 4th of July Sentinel-Star 1 Beach Issues 1 I and Live Oak rodeos slated for The matter of cost. however park and will be followed by a

Miss Williams graduated from home after being In Texas and .25; June 12.89 normal .7.48 I ENTERPRISE Miss Louetta j Independence Day. as well as the I'was not what concerned the Commission -. beauty contest, the winner of
Ortedo High School with the class Mexico. excess 5.41.Sportsmen. i Light left Saturday for a' 10-day 'Webster Show which comes off :most but the matter of which will become "Mia Edge-
of 1947 and Is now associated with I Mrs. C. E. Athey guest of Mr. vacation in Lake City. July 10-12. water 1947."

Herschel B. Forehand insurance and Mrs. Charles Magee of Day- '* Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hendersonand City Editorially the Cattleman presents I time.During the meeting the Commission I

adjuster. Mr. West attended II tona Beach.Mr. Ask I' children Roxanne and How- Directory some very interesting figures asked the Boyce firm Council Meet PostponedDELAND
schools tn Ortedo and Orlando and and Mrs. J. J. Sullivan will I
compiled L. II.
by to
ard left Wednesday to visit. with Lewis of I representative extend the time There win be
served three yean In the Army. leave Sunday for Honolulu where I her parents. Dr. and Mrs. David By MRS. JAMES H. KENNEDY the State Marketing Bureau in limit of his bid 15 days. and he meeting of -the City Commissioners no
The wedding will be an event they will be with their son. Flight Jacksonville which shorn just refused. At this point the Commission -
I Johnson in Lakewood Ohio.
[Spec "I' *o The 4th of July Senfnel-Star tonight due to the July 4 holi
of July 24. Complete plans will Commander Jack Sullivan and how badly needed is
the
all bids.
Miss Betty Bradodck accom- cullingof rejected
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-A day. City Mgr. Fred Grow said
I new I
be announced later.Woman's. Road
family. Reopening inferior stock in Florida. The delay was asked by Mayor
panied the Hendersons as far as city directory first for New Smyrna I I yesterday. The Commission will
Mrs. M. McClellan Is at New I Portsmouth. Va.. where she will Beach since the 1938-1939 edition Cover-cut of the July issue features -I Ernest L. Pad sett. He pointed meet. next Friday at 7 pjn.
Smyrna Beach. twin palomino colts at the i out that he did know until
visit Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Brad- has been not I
completed, and
Club Mrs. C. D. Hedrick has returned [Special to The 4th of July Sentinel-Star] I have been distributed farm of Claude Harden, Lakeland I I today that any other kind of ,
copies to
from Kentucky.Mr. DELAND-Representing members I dock.Mr.. and Mrs. H. C. Petermanand subscribers.The extending an Invitation to Cattleman I J pipe ether than bail and socket Florence Welcomes y" to

Sets and Mrs. Lawrence Engler of the Volusia County Sports- son Carrol and daughter 207-page directory has a .I readers to the State Palomino type could be used. 'I FLORENCEBEAUTY

BudgetS and son 'Richard are guests of men's Club, Murray Sams local Theresa left Wednesday for Geor listing of names in New Smyrna show in Kissimmee July 4 in con- I He said, 'We would rather have :
relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Fred attorney yesterday asked the Vol- junction with the Silver Spurs I the ball and socket but SHOPSteam
type we'
( 1 I to TV 4* ol July Sen mel-Storl I gia. Beach. Edgewater :Mission City. Rodeo. .
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Wo i Spencer., usia Board of County Commissioners Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Adkison left Oak Hill! and Samsula. Business I must get a main to the peninsula. waves as low as St.Shi .
man's Club has set Its budget for j Miss Joan Duke and her grandparents to reopen the Cow Creek Wednesday for Milligan. accom- establishments are listed in That is the important thing. right .1. ,il. ttyllit. n.nMIU..'.. tr..ti.

the coming year at. 1250. The Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Murphy road which lies South of the New panied by Ralph Couliette who classified pages where 128 types Seminole County now." 24 S. ORANGE AVE PH. Eli

announcement was mad by Mrs.I are In Gatlinsburg. Tenn. Smyrna Beach-DeLand Hwy. will visit his parents in Marianna. of enterprise are catalogued. Instruments''
C. D. Strickland club president. : Mrs. Alice McGill and Billy This road has been blockedby' Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Lawson were The.directory will be distributedto I Filed ABCDIAPER
have the R. E. landowners, who have. free-reference T. R. Chandler to
at an Advisory Board meeting Sullivan purchased placed in Daytona Beach Tuesday.Mr. Directory Libraries ntv. E. C. WeUierinrtoa- ,
Wednesday morning. Jeffries Grocery and Market having locked gates across' the road and Mrs. H. R. Hiers and by members of the Direc- E. C. Wetherincton to A. J. WUlimmi SERVICENew
Mrs. Strickland wu.aaa1ated been employed by Mr. Jef fries with signs stating trespasserswUl children Audrey and Suzan leftSaturday tory Publishers Assn. at Chambersof ssicn mtcGeorce .
In
planning the budget by Mr J. C. for the past. several years. I be prosecuted. for South Carolina, and Commerce in other cities. A Co. deed.s. Wltmer to Sanford Seminole Accounts and Future I
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Deal and Mrs. F. E. Puckett. Immediate Lt and Mrs. Walter J. Harris' Sams said the road had been in plan to visit Ohio before return-- copy will be kept at the local. II U. a. Army to Wlllit L. Smith lion.<< dl*. I Reservations Are Solicited
of Norfolk. Va.. and St. Cloud are use for almost 50 years and the home. Chamber for public use. deed.Gtott C. Harden to Annie M.: Burrows, I Telephone 2-1177
put president of the ing .
or.an1laUon.
-: ORLANDO WINTER PARK
Mrs. Strickland also announcing the birth of a daughter public "had vested right to utilizeit. Miss Dorothy Mae Hughes Chirlei H. Merrltt to Rowland Finance \
I Jean Monday. June 30. He also said it was the only Plumbers' Co. cht. mtc.
announced that about 200 State Betty daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Board Sets Edward Nesbitt to Rowland Finance .Co., I
Board officers would be expectedto at the Osceola Hospital. Kissimmee. road In that area passable the Hughes formerly of Lakeland and cht. mte.
entire year. which sportsmen and Regulation Changes U. S. Army to James T. Davis hon. dls. I
attend the State Board meeting .- Raymond Chester Canada son Georce S.Witmer to J. Danforth Wright .
Forecast
here In October. campers could use. of Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Canada of [Spe-Kil to The 4th of July Sentinel,Star! Jr. sat. mtc. I I Iof
Mrs. George A committee formed by the club Enterprise were married at.. the DELAND-Members of the localplumbers James R Cox to Mary Lou Holms deed.
Cox. health chair 18 StudeotsJoin and Land Bank Com. to C. P. Ford sat mtc. .
man. ha arranced for open houseat representatives of the County .home of judge Ware in Sanford board Wednesday night. John Tyson to DeLand Finance CO.. mtc.
Commission. will survey the agreed upon several Walter Lee Britten to R. L. Orarelj Jr.. S INNERSPRINGS
the Cancer Center from 10 Sunday. suggested
am. School Band I lis I pend not. Business ProspectsA
High road and to the Commissioners
to 4 pjn. Tuesday. The Center report Miss Charlotte Jackson of San- amendments to the present City C. H. Stoer to Roumlllat and Anderson :

located at. the Voulsia County iSpecwl to The 4th of July Sentinel-Star at the next. regular meet- ford was maid of honor and Nor Plumbing Code according to Asst. Inc. lease. penetrating analysis of business MATTRESSESBOX
Elmer
ing. B. Brown to First Fed S.Y. and
Health Center on Lytel Ave. will NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Mrs. man Hughes brother of the bride City Mgr. Rattenbury. who said Loan Assn, mtcJ. I prospects for the next several years : SPRINGS
be open f o rpublic inspection Mrs. U. J. Burrows local high school served as best man. Mrs. Canadawas the changes would be presented Danforth Wright: Jr. to Robt. M. Dennis prepared by the j Statistical'Research:

Cox said. !I band director said yesterday that Lifeguards Plan dressed In a street dress of to the City Commissioners at their Robert l. -deed.)0[. Dennis to First Fed. Su. and largest Department Industrial of one Corporations of the nation's for d C HOLLYWOOD BEDS

18 Junior High School students gray and blue bemberg with white next regular meeting. Loan Awn. mtc. guidance of its long term expansion 0
had signed up for next year's To Attend Aquatic accessories and her corsage was of deed.Ernest W. Cason to Robert W. Foote, planning. MANUFACTURED TO YOU 0

band. There will be a practiceat white carnations with pink rose- Obituaries Ellen M. DoUson to W. J. Wen Jr. sat Reprints* of this informative article INDIVIDUAL ORDER
10 ajn. today and Monday at I buds. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Single- mtc. available without charge upon receipt -
Course in MISS MARGUERITE MACIIEK\ W. J. Wella Jr to J. E. Sizemore. deed. : Pickup ind Delivery Service
To "linekta.ltch. the )hteh i school band room, after August tary.. sister of the bridegroom. NEW SMYRNA BEACH Funeral I J. E. Sitemore; to w. J. Wella Jr.. ktc. i of request. Write or call Anywhere la Central Florida

which. Mr. Burrow said, a Sum- (Special! to The 4th of July Sentmel-Stor] and Mrs. W. V. Hughes, motherof services for Miss - R. B. Wight to E. F Thurmond deed. I
MargueriteMae E: P. Thurmond to R. B. Wlcht.,
spec.:
; mer practice schedule will be Call Ci Today-
eael ,tie DAYTONA BEACH-Lifeguards the bride were only attend-. Machek, 31, who was drowned I deed.
Chafing' planned. The senior high group Bob Shin. Hal Hegenwald and ants. in Lake Ashby. 10 miles west of I W. B. Wynn to Medford Lynd.; deed. ALLEN CO.INVESTMENTS Sleep Better Tonimt"
will rehearse at 1:30 p. m. each Wade I! H. A. Lynd to Medford Lynd, deed.H. j &:
and Mrs.
Mr.
Charles Singletary
at band Phillips will be sent to New Smyrna Beach Monday will A. Lynd to Medford Lynd. deed :I ECHOLS BEDDING CO.
PIKSPfi INC Wednesday the room. Brevard. N..C.. Aug. 18 to take a entertained them Sunday nightat be at 2 pjn. today at Settles I First Fed Sar. and Loan Assn. to William I
Red Cross aquatic course Edgar dinner. Funeral Home, with Rev. J. AlVin M. Turner sat mtt. I I Oa Sanford H'w'y Just South .,
Lloyd; Jelfon to J. W. Merriwether. deed I ,
R*** tbs article lUrUitrage es Pierce. Lifeguard Mr. and Mrs. Canada will make E. L. Kendrick the Underpass 0I
4 president said Inman. pastor of the First Baptist Louie A. Palmer to First Fed. 6ev. and !
STENOGRAPHERS .. Jm Ba4crs Digest yesterday. their home in Sanford where Mr. Church officiating. Burial will I Loan Assn, mtc. Manager I: Phone Winter Park: .3a.W
Pierce said that should three Canada is employed.Mr. be in Edgewater Fla. State Bank to Louie A. Palmer sat I I 511 Metcalf BIdg. Tel. %-211% P. O. Box 'IT. Orlando Fla.ASPHALT .
Cemetery
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men successfully pass: the course and Mrs. Harry Thorpe J. C. Cook to D. E. Harrell Jr. deed.
There' wonderful relief for aU tnMeuana they would become Red Cross O. E. Harrold Jr. to First Fed. Cs". and
Yow I* Sues? visited in Lakeland and Tampa :MRS. CAROLINE F. ALLEN Loan Asan. lot,, -- -
on hoc humid day-and swimming instructors.The several days last week. COCOA-The body of- Mrs.I Mrs. Folba W. Winter U Harold R.
nighu. Help absorb excess pcrtpi See as farComprehensive three men were selected to Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Lowe and Caroline Freeman Allen 73. who Jackson deed. RUBBER 8 CORK TILEJ
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Sanford AU. Nat. Bank to Gus Scbmah: ,
ration that often cautet prickly heat, Personal attend the school at a meeting of Mrs. Gray Dunnigan of Orlando died at a local hospital, has been I sat mt,. I I
minor Vln rathe Prevent*chafing. the Corps c: Wednesday night. were business visitors and .shoppers sent to Orlando for cremation. I John Burrows to Hardy Washington 1) LINOLEUM AND BROADFELT FLOOR COVERING
Mexaa after bath. Liability
Dust excellent deodorant.on Relieve tired An, in Jacksonville Thursday.Mrs. Born in Worcester Mass. Mrs. i deed.Arthur H. Beckwith to Arthur H. Bech- WILLIX 8 WRIGHT TILE CO 2 2V
S10.000 for S1I.OO with Jr., deed.
aching feet and Itchy nulncc of 4l6CompleteSwimCourse L. Wright left Monday fora Allen had been a resident of Cocoa ? ,
$50.000 for $13.50 visit in Jacksonville with her and 1200 N. : Orlando Phone 5241JN
Rockledge since 1934.
thtete'*foot.Beat the heat with... \111Is..St. f
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1100.000 for $14.00 at daughter Miss Bertha Wright and She is survived by two daugh- BARBARA'S "..... --. .._. _:::o-. .,..*
MEXSANA Hall Iros. Agency Daytona her husband at Green Cove ters. Miss Elizabeth Allen New -- ----

-. [Speriol! to The 4th of July Serjtinel' .Star! Springs.Mrs. York City and Mrs. Everett Olds : BEAUTY SALON
_"' ,u__ _W_ 112 N. Orange Tel. S1S9 DAYTONA : EACH-C1ty Swim Carl Dann Jr. and son I Newton. Mass.; one sister Mrs. i OPENING SPECIAL == STOCK-

Director Doc Young reported yes- Sandy of Orlando visited Mr. and W. E. Lower. Cleveland. Ohio; and MACHINE PERMA.NENTS =

. C s. .. '4'L'S"' I.S.SsSIiSisess.s.u' It"rtI.tSjeuSalisje.eI., , terday that a total of 416 had Mrs. W. C. Lawson Wednesday.Mrs. two grandchildren. II REG. HJ-iO for <8. aRidxewood I
learned to swim out of the 1.053 John Light and daughter and Rosalind Ph. 402 I
r children and adults who regis- Patsy and Mrs. A. E. Harris and lURe J. L. HUDSON JR. Open Evenings by Appointment ; STEELCASEMENT

tered In the city's recent learn-to- daughter Melanie were in Jack- SANFORD-J. L.: Hudson Jr.. I
INSULATION BATTS ; swim campaign. sonville Thursday.A. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hudsonof !

Young said that the program Thompson was in Vera Sanford died-after an illness of EXPERT WINDOWSAT
was a success and that while every I Beach Sunday. the past 18 months yesterday at
one was not yet a swimmer they Mrs. E. C. Vaughan of Green the Lake City Veterans Hospital. 'I WATCH REPAIRINGCrystals .REDUCED PRICES

FULL THICK I were learning. He is using a new ,Cove Springs is visiting her He was a veteran of World War I to Ct any watch

method of teaching and demon-'; daughter Mrs. Wesley Tyler this Two and is survived by his par
strated to witnesses by learning' week. ents and a daughter. Beatrice. i BLOCK'S JEWELRY SOUTHEAST STEEL SALES CO.
two young girls to swim in 11 minutes Burial will be in Middleburg. with
Doris Faber in Or-
Florida Appliance & Supply Co. I It while a watch was held on lando'Miss Tuesday. was the date to be announced later. I IS West Church Street too W. Amelia Are.. Downstairs ORLANDO. FLORIDA Phone Mill

him.Anyone Miss Bettye Carlisle!, of Miami
over eight years of age II visited friends Friday. FUNERAL SERVICES:
953 An. may take the free lessoI1.5.Od.ud. For Miss Marguerite Mae Mac-
t Orange WINTER PARK Phone 70SV i Thomas Bruce and Raymond' I .
heck. 31. who drowned in Lake
Gainesville visited friends THOSE WHO KNOW
Duke of
t.I'.'I S S ... S I S S I S I S..'I S S S t'I I S'I'S'5.5.5 II'5...5......1.'.S"II'IS: "' ''''I.n.nii'' Dial I and relatives over the weekend.Mr. i Ashby 10 miles west of New Smyrna -I

,.--.........'. ...,............-.......,..,.......,............"..'.".ro."..................,..',....".,""I'i.'"'"'.' I. FST.2-3748 IMS and Mrs. I. E. Hamiltonand I pjn.Beach Thursday Monday.at Settles were held Funeral at 2 50 TO 24 Hour
daughters Louise and Jane I !
S Home with Rev. J. Alvin Inman Service 1ta5
and son Charles visited Mr. and I pastor of the First Baptist Church i ;%
Since
Winter Park i iI .'. Pioneer ''" Mrs. C. M. Hamilton Sunday. officiating. Burial was in Edge- I
TelephoneCompany LONG'SON
CONTRACTORS Mrs. W. H. Singletary and I water Cemetery.For 1932 Anywhere
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of Sanford visited
lEI!: OCR FCCTCRE!: DISPLAY daugter Ann [
H. MILLS St. COLONIALTOWN Mr. and. Mrs. O. B. Canada Fri Mrs. Edith P. Leaman. 73.

I day. who died at Titusville Monday will ORANGE AVENUE

Coffering be held at 2 pm. Sunday at the I

I Mrs. Odessa M. Motes Koon-Smith Funeral Home with JUST NORTH OF
Open Monday EveningsWARREN'S the Rev. R. Wayne Owens Methodist BRINGS NATURAL GAS
4% CLASS "B" CUMULATIVE i Formerly half owner of the Silver pastor in charge. Burial will I THE ORANGE COURT HOTEL
PREFERRED STOCK Beauty at 21 W. Pine
f Shop
be in Memorial Park
9 Cemetery. TO YOUR HOME
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_. Par Value .100.001 Ha Now Opened a New Shopat OR BUSINESS

PRICE $100.00 i Her Home Winter Park Phone 68 I I For _

,.. 206 Vi E. Church St. II ASPHALT TILE-Nine Different Colors FASTER
Prospectus Available r I COOKING
Group "B" and "C"; also Blue in Group 'D" SILENT SERVEL
Inquire REFRIGERATION
i ALL WOOL C
CARPETING
Olsen C. Fairchild I ECONOMICAL WATER HEATING

Winter Park Milton E. Bray I 9' and 12 widths; also 27" and 36" runners. C CLEAN HOME
Telephone i R. Rylind Cox HEATING -

XL Frank Gardner S LINOLEUM


I ; Company i LeBo)' Hoequi.t Battleship. Inlaid Congoleum Congowall Natural Gas and Appliance Co. -

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i i __- LINOLEUM GO. 1249 N. Orange Are. Fla. I
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I Phone 2-2488 Phone 4678
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J Profit Taking _OUR BOARDING HOUSE Eggs and Poultry r Orlando, Florida, Friday, July 4,1947Livestock it f 3f.'nurtIJ. Itf Jwg !'tttttntltttr Page 9


C.LtE i4or OualDs Ukr /tAflis JACKSONVILLE UPJ Planes 5.5:47

Fails To Halt COME 140Me (.o F4ES TAQTi.36 OP GO36 tsrr fresh All *ecee ale*:to retailers

FISI4 LO6 flkke 5E& 1II AIt. P4 flTT)4 A Net WU 515 cu.Orad. %.. Sales Total $55,600 I

) QUIO4 UE MOBOOj LS .AFIC CASE Per ds. Per ds.

Market Gains 'j .LiL2 AA3 ThDS AR 5PQ.i.)3G ' La.Uedioi.. 21 94 ea S3IS .4

CATc4-uM FLEP BITE 1Q'IT SEA $ Small .-_ 47 -

...w .ow.IOOit.. AVIRASES II .SAV Go-rT4a d.-..... M1 BE A II DOM/ Urea -,._ ......__ IS ssSmall Special! to The "th of July Senfmel-Storl Paul OTeaU Davenport t "... (47.02; Jstksonville 3 cows (S4J$; D. T. Law- Tempt S eattie, IH2.Ui; rrtnk NEJ orsa -

.. YO." "P, SAM Uieet U ..osaomeMet Roberta J. Anla'.. Pellsaaere. 11 ul.... 1 steer (121.19 Y..." I Orlaado. 7 cattl.. f 4S1 3*.
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. .. 0... ...... l-. c.... ... uDJ AWA1 U C.sE Fo1l4e Per KISSIMMEE Total receipts ofS5.600 sob KUtlmme ;
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Ie ..... I"'" s.z.p u... 1I1.n ....I..i C. PRI& FIQE'N.POLEOI4 Ortd A Wt Doe $ for 1.145 head of cattle 1114 12; Vero Beach Dairy. Tero Beach. .ao.. ( 11.... (141." i Melvin" Johnson Kiulnmee.*'iaP3 S eattljj
Ie ..... 44. : in ens. S481.1S: Brmn Sausace Co .
m .I .,.. .. rer as. ( cows. $5(7.20 C. L. Dodds. Sanford 11
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. B. Jones WDdveod. :26
11 "' ..* II M 113 .1 Lan. _____ 24 es UUedivm was reported from livestock auc- 1&UTERa-W. cattle. II.SM.S3: Walker Howard t tat* 4
II $4b.. url W 4a U.II SU 1I..n I ::zsTAu./ &;;i'I -. ._---- 21 eo tion sales here Wednesday. "ateera. 1..111. CroiX Platt. Melbourne 4 cattle. (1.294 93: A. C. Cox Apopka. 3raUIe. 12. all; Ted Bsts. Itl..I_.., 3 eeS71S3 -
4444 .. Stwekey. Klssimmee,
Tom
s..I ..6, __ 18 S3 calves. 4 c.... 7 heifers. un.1Ot; .. R. (161 93: ; Xatelih Rolls. KisaUaste 4 etttle,
c'C.... I Extra UreaExtra -_. 34 SS Top deals Included Irlo Bronson's 11 cattle. 865806; Georce WWiama. B.I1.Ol.d. S43S SI: Lawrence Mls*. jftrslHimo*. t .**.
0 : ': 1'YIc4 I Beck. Eaalord. S atoers. 3 tows (.S .U: .. 10 cattle. 46 c.I.... 82 U. 14; I ..
: -s Smtes SM.17; Chsrlty fvt. AmsrtUe. 1W 06h'I
u ::::: U ta 738-pound
I* * _. :::: sale of a cow to
: I' t Retailer Ceoreaiere H. A. $Io... PV PIer... S cows. 4 ,urUq"1 Ralph Hallaaer. Orlando. 28 cattle. 81.- I ".313". Tom Btuekey. 31 eaUle. *%-
I* .ft4 ..|., -. .._ ... M 'I --1% -I UTS: DrrsseS Live Dressdnortfle Tom Lamb of Orlando for $112.24. (4(3 (7; C. L. Grant. Sanford. OSJJ9C.. L. Thomhill. Winter Raven 1 113J2Pat ....... KleellBBM. 21 .>.
I.* win* I.7.61 ... .:'1 _ _ % 1 LM'z2"l;4' I I Dressed DrB Pr'- and isle of 248-pound calf to :JO ul.... 12.101111; Roy A Minor Platt.Melbourne. I row. S cil... 128'."': Marry B.... St. n. 646$ 58. E. L. Carlton. JiitloeHlH''!
S I- ... ..., --- - I .- irlyg cLXtAI Fn.,. 2-3 Jbs )S tt 43 AS a (54862: Carl Barber. Christ Cloud. 1 calf, (58.74; Buddy Bronson.Klsslmme I 12 eattu. SSB7.37. E C. ..U.... .*1UBSOT*.
.P.---- hs ..... IPS.Ii: ......- I Broilers BB4r Ike Stinson of Dundee to Jones. .... 8 c... 471.03; S. L. BaBk. Sanford, *. 2 calves' 878.73: H. Partin.Clermoat. cattle. 20 caIVl" 61.443.77: E. J:.
.4 .4.I ----...... "....., ...... .... j lIbs 3S St 43 SS of Jacksonville for 14 .t..r., (951 47. :S cattle. 5 c.I.... 8119 42; AtnooBronsoB. 1 ISO Cewart Willlston 97 ha e. S1.MS.SX
77Sf .....It.... 44s.. ..... aM"",. Hens ChambliM P. Maddoz. Dunde.. 1 bun. 863.38: : IkeBtinsoa. Klsslmme 1 calf. $18.32 Willis
I rkrI heavybreede 3S SI to SO $45.26. Gus Peed of St. Cloud Dunde. 1 eat!. 843 56; W. B. Robert Orlando.. 4 c.lv... 8130.83.
.*"* *.*. .aADTIfT i iIIEW EnsllzbIbrseds2S 43 33 4S : sold a 714-pound steer to J. G. Water Dunde. 1 caw. 1 yearlIng, 8(4.59: : E. C. 811m.,... BUssimmec 4 calves. l
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yoRk nlPt 0.. ... .r..t,..... : Lesley; Waters. Dundee. 4 calve. (32.74: 87206; B. P. D..... Lonfhmaa. 1 e.... ti
J ..p. -..... pry. a.... a' ka.. w Slone of Center Hill for $114.24. O'.rte Mann Ranch. Bartow. 26 cows 87992: Perkins Bros.. DeLand. S cattle. SALIJGarliclablets
UII44 PT.. I CLOSING COTTON Included in the total were 398 $1.10-23; Mrs. Ray Snell. Winter Haven, I i (69242; Elmer R. McDondal. Daytona. 6.
r.i)O-33 ::;f$4s :::.. ;:e&l ,..: : . I 'Ill NEW YORK AP) Cot.... futures cl *MlTS i S calves $53.23; C. M. .r,.. Zephyrnills. cattle. 11 carves. (998.29: J. O. 810n..
'..w.,.., 'AG It 7fi 'i'I7' **nts ta 11... a kale. tower in aui tBreholietey I calves. 347 cows 213 steers. 25 I I' .'..r.. Belters. $4OO 9(; K. H. Crosby 16 .csttl. (1J2882: Uvely'f Market. Kls-
w"r tat trsem yetrdr. Price* ...,. I I bulls 105 yearlings and 57 hogs. Jr.. Ver Beach. S calves. (136 87i W. L a.Mm.e. I steer. (120 63; Tom Jaraisan.
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w.. Ma ,' _"_. 2) f r4 rwi>*1 Br.viu* .I.ii i .* levels tfurinv Barber. Kisiunmee. 3 . steers. (421.97 .- ; St. Cloud. 1 cow. $7321: Job. Thompson.8t. i
Meats" ... 0. :::_. .- IU n'' muck *f tt>. M*.ias i Hotil a late flurry :* I I SELLERS: -IrU Branson. KUsimmec. 1 ; Kenneth Prince. Ver* :. 1 534cr.S Cloud. 3 cattle. lIlt 12: pt..l -W"-
VeerIM1 ... __-_ "HI M.w Oriean* cllin* t.b.d .:. *5.0 34 .te.r. .> ".1.... 44 b.if.r.. 4* COWL M,- rows i calvts. (633.70. Ii i .1"' lCu.lau., 1 ....r. 180 1.
aiefe IW..h"t n. lkl." arder and cau.... Brie* t* er. charBly. : U.3O; J. .. Tln aU. KlHlaal.. 20 c.l- .i Rosa Lanicr. Itlsal l..... I bull. (72.4S; R. Rote,... Gainesville. 36 rattle. 12..-
$HtI..iJ.L.Ji :=: JSiuso / / Meet tracer* were cautieu BenBiii theQewerftment .... SSSfil: W. ... Bridge Clerm..'. 2 |L. C. Davis. Sanford. 8 calves (123.01: L. 005.12: W. S. 8m"",. Dundee. 5 cattle.
....... .....* r,.ert *5 ..... S .leer.. (4M M; Zfea Kn.wlm, Fort !! Colter. Sanford.; 1 cii!. (16 10: XdwardI (1.17; Tom Lamb. Orlando. IS rattle. :3 Ustd for Symptomatic Relief cf
July. .. tlrtn. 1 .t..,. 1".25: W. B. Judy. Clrrmont. I I Cameron. Sanford. lull. (19(6; J. L.wukersosw calves. (1 (30 (4: J. R. Bridies. Clewlstoa
NEW YORK API Stocks absorbed >>- Private; forecast .* cettefl Blantin, ** fer ; 3 Utrt.. $185.70l 3. J. Branson.CJermoet. 1 Winter Haven. 1 cow. (48.41; 1 ".. (13 94? Glenn Summers. Did. City, PressureI
Blood
considerable profit tuning I roB the 1S4T .re. ,.s5.4 frm a raaimthr21.IM40O 1 ealf. 1 bulL Set..,(. 1S1S.'iI; H. M. Mosley. Kaa Oallie. 1 calf. 3 cows. 12 caul. (1400: Luther Griffin. Lake High
t* 2J.lee.eOO acre camvared !: L. R. Br.n.... Cler....'. 3 esss. S C.!.". I hoc. (1M.90: Charles A. Phslos. Haines land. 30 cstlle. (9K.ll: Riverside Packlac I
j yesterday then pushed forward IS.lM.OOe acre Blanteel lest Mat**. $303 n; Doe WUUsms. Stacrt. 3 ca.. S City 1 calf. (4L7C H. R. Sloppy. DeLand. C. Allendale. 20 cattle. (132198; Joe r WMTS W CaBrUaw Garb TsMrt
for the seventh straight session i P7.JkiI. Open Migk, Lew Last I'I calve J1t35: John Carroll. Deer Park. 1 c... 56( 21; Jack Or..... DeLand 2 Stakes. Orlando. 3 cattle. (5305; tyke I 4.0. how they so ofiaa aid ia fehevti
with) assorted 37JT 374S 37.13: 37: 6-23 Bff IS-1S : S eo... $304.42; N. Ita T Carroll. ala.ar. .,,- calves. (54 81: V. S. Swallows ",Iboar". Bros Tampa. 92 cattle. $5.669 78. I distrrssmc Vis.b bloo pmaa' '7J:
oils rails and Industrials Oct. 32." 32.S2 33.17 32-1'.12 Bff 27-32 .. 4 to... $24f JO. 1 cw. S109.(5; Willis Roberts. Orlando 1 Swift Co.. Ocala. 75 cattle. 266 cal ouch as dinmeta.tirrdaeaa. wes.as.
touching new hiihs for the Dec. 31.3 31." 31.11 31.13-lSeff ".36 Gut PMd. Si. Cloud. 10 stctra (1.031.51: calf (2.39; ; StIlT Lamb. Orlando.. 1 uU.I .... &I 014.U; H. G. Kuha. Campbell Beadacbea.i; e >. tb* on March 30.S3 M.M 30.S3 3S.S Bff 13 J. W. WithJord. LakelaBtf. 2 itieri. 1partia. $15.30.M.tvIu. i! Station. 1 cow, (16 8O; X. D. Oliver Lake Ihrobbisc Ia ta. head. Get TVrO -
j year expanding yolume. I May' 30.3 30.34 30.1 ".01. off M .. T co... $517 97; H. 8. Johnson.Writ Pier. Winter Haven. 1 cow ; In II. 3 has,. SS.S2; Arrfcar B. Smith! 11.00 bciea. aew of If sale ttf oaIJl'UIe
Selling and slow dealings ruled July' ".CO 2'." 29.14 29.1SK off 3SMiadline Palm Beach 21 *sl.... $42' 15; (61 85: B., A. Beck. Sanford 1 bulL I to.. '' 1..k..l.all. 8 cattle 1 calf. (337.28: Jones B, Mall add IOU
In the forenoon. Prices *..t J7.Hn off 40. t Smith Ranch Port Laudardal. 4i jtsrlinn. 8113.18; A. O. Gordon 12 cows. 436.14; CbambUss. Jacksonville. 69 cattle. 33 cal
then began : N-nominal.July I I I $1.437.: J. R. Chtry. Billt OI.de.I Charles Zvan.. Palm City. 5 cows 1 bull. .... 83.3(4 7(; X. D. Coaldery. BUxsinun. i Chomberlm Natural Foods
to sUIItn in all departments :1 Closing Stock Quotations I II I 1 bull. T ra... 4 calves. $821 M: LH God (24O.35 Hilda Dunham. Klssimmec Park. I I 1 hoc. 82.25: Cecil Platt. Melbourne. 3 ;
with$ the pace quickening. Gains 'NCW ORLEANS (AP) Cotton future declined I win. St. Cloud. 17 ul.... $541.69; W. P.Bronson. .' ( cows. (566.44; 04'Co..rt.. Center Hill. cattle. 1 Ja... (234.23 Socks: Sau..... 18 E. Church St. Orlando Ila t .
her under holiday loneliquidation. Orlando. 10 steer 1} Tetrllnis, 'I calf. 28 yearlinis. 1 cow. 81.178.23; V.
of fractions to 3 or more points STOCKS IN T..I-IPOTU..T Hd*. Huh Low Last I *. yosterday Closine prices were barelysteady : $1.3'8.41: o. c. LePiU. Geneva. IS calvea. R. Olotbtrn Malabar. 1 cow. 1 steer. 1
vere widespread at MtW YO.K (aPe 'a,". clxiite orie i $103 OO: Marlon Platt. Melbourne X calves. bull. $255.81; John Kenchenbert. Malabar. ,
the clow *"d not eltan** .. tbo IS moot .n,.* KenBrcotTcon, .__ 54 44% 44'. 411 ViLaelode I 90 cents to High 31.20 Low a bale Cloa lowor.Opan I' $110.33- Opl'rre Mann. Barrow, 7 ruse., 2 bulls. (49.73; Mrs.. Q. D. Adair calies, Rave you 310,000 to Invest In a royalty that should return at
1 Transfer of 1.250.000 shares compared Stocks ........'" L 1136.20: Jack T ..pr. Klsfimmrc. 1 bull. 1 1 16571. I lI I I
.tilth JIO.OOO the day before I "....... P oV 5 K .... % MB V.. Gas ..___ 4 S S 5. July ...___ 37.30 37.30 37Jl 37.01 off 22Oct. yearllnv. $8. M>; W. O. Kilboe, Geneva. I C. B. Bantley,, a,. Cloud 1 cow. (7045; least $50.000 to $100,000 over the period of three years. Royalty
32.52 32.21 3221.24.9922 I
j I S.... ....... lS,19wMB I'm.r Lehlch C ft N __--. 16 11% 1I'1I % 13.41 24 eo..., 12 c.I.... S3C1 '11.I Smith. Melbourne. 3 cowa. S calves. Iii 1 is paid daily and in less than six months should from
and Doc. S1.J8 J1.4 n. 7 lt.iT-18 off fj3h pay
were the largest since p. .. PIct 14,4OO-aTVk ... I1.NT .-*. Lib Oar Glass --.-- S 35% 34% I CecIl, McKowan. WInter Haven 3 ralv $. : Mrs Marie Smith Pin Castle, 1 !'I
I June 11. The aggregate In the I Central ll.Te4v.14U uo a.. LlbbMcNkL19 8% 8% May March' h,30.80 30.23 H.30.86" 3049 30.63 3O.10b 30.63 off off 18 19 S steers. 3 heifers, 12 eo... S1.091.6S: bull. 43.20: .4t Klabcr.Ac::* 14yearllnss. I I III $360.00 to $720.00 daily. Can stand acid test of investigation.
final hour I U S Stool 11.'.*-.._* MB Itb.wk4wk LKiett A Myers 2 91 91 5".1 . I Mattie FelL Osteen. 4 bulls. $331.47: C. C. I $670 : W. H. Lakeland.
.as 580,000 shares. I ... .r !.. 1126' MB .,.. Lockheed LIre _,d_ 10 12% 12 a4d.NEW I, Clark. Banow. IS rearllnas. $834 59: :3 co... 1102 M: J. W. Coffmaa. Orlando. I Phone 23536_ for appointment. -'
Boardrooms rere sparsely populated CON Nat a.. 11.1_.". .. !'-. a.... In* _nO___ 24 22'. 21 a;; James D. Bsllentloe.. DtLaod. 10 cowl.ralTN. II 1 cuw tvo. e; c. U Cbaoccy. Jupiter. 21 I i .
I Bon Motor* .18.804VM* '" Lorlllard iPi. _.____ 29 20'. 19% .I ORLEANS AP) Spot cott.. eIsssds34ady I $590 24: ROT Martin Lake Wales. calves.: $i'il.58; Dora Godwin 1 bull. (37.43H. I
as many clients got an early u..., Cor* ..._(*. .*. _ (l.Sa a low.r h..wrcl.lI'' : 3 calvn. S9T.72: D. P. Lawson. Klssliamee. . L. UudwiB. Ht. Cloud. 2 ce.... 1
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start on the holiday. Professional I ,'h.d) 1S.S-S' w *" Mack Trueke M _._ 7 SO 411' 50 I Sal.. .wood_ middling Low middltno 37.10.31.SO.receipt middI.n36.SO. 847.. 1? steers, (I. 43t4: Claud BrO IIOn.' liu. (104 *7s Jesna Uanncriall. St. u.rl.1
and 0.8 Cor* S.' *19.tOB.ISt MB a. n Davenport 3 calve $44.90: J. B. Nor 3 ce... $18.70; J. W. Welhcrtord.
operations out-of-town orders Mac tRIll .._ 4 36 35s! 36Marino Stock 12..... S ,..rli..... 6 .. 1 (452.67:
V. ... 14 Tr .....*-,". MB 2. I ton. Ktu34i,. 2 calves "'.33: Davta- land cow steer. :
accounted for much of theday's TweM Coi>| Po. ia.3OO-JlU up H.. Midland__n 11" 7 7 POrt. 3 cal.... $44.90: J. B. Norton. K''". I P. O'Halloran Witter Haven. 10 !.loc.. .
volume.All C..uwttIs 4. ... L0-3', Marshall Field _ 6 29% 29 294Martin NEW ORLEANS tAP) Atferaeo' prico ofmiddling Mnmee. 2 ..al.... $46 33: Leon Godwin. (4( 24. 1 If Homes For Sale List It with Ii
I OBOi CO ......n'.* ... *... (PL _'- ___ 8 16% 16 16% IS/lCth inch cotton at 16 Southern St. Cloud. 21 calves. $551.85; L. C. Godwin H. X. Wolf*. 8'. Augustine. 2 bv1I.. 8 your
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domestic Mid-Cont Pet 13 43 41% 43 spot markets yesterday' was 1.43 a cows $626.92 C. W. Baker. Sanford. 1 :
sexiirltir St. Cloud 8 .
*) exrhanir cows. $463 54 L. It
Mo K.. Texaa .__ 21. 4 .. 4% bale lowor at 34>.C* cent a pound; avor- Northen. ; bull. S cows. $483.96: W. W. Sanford
will recess' today for HEW TORK UP> Stocks: Monsanta Cheat u_. 29 l'a OV 81% age f., the past 30 market\ days 24.7S. William Orlando atll'''. 1 1 bull.bull.S $53 43, ; D C 1 bull. 8144.70' : Dr. Rents..W Orlando12: ,
Independent Day and observe rid. MiH Low Last Montsom Ward 41 61>, 60 60% Middling "'-iMII aoeraeo JJ.14 cont* a I netTer. $570.86: C. E.: cows 4 steers. cows, sin (6; W. P. Carroll. TUusville. 9 ALLEN JOHNSON S
'ACP-BrU Mot .. 6 9 ''- "', Murray Corp ___._._.> S 12% 12V 12% .....nd.I ford. 16 Slur (1.620.22.Bradshav. SSB- boss. 267.34; T. 8. Smith. Bartow. 1 hot ;
the usual Summer suspensions l : AW Redoctloa 19 sd :33H 3*... 33, --NN.skK.IvlSator_ I Matnolia Ranch. 18 < $1.83: Tm Lanier Klssimmee, 2 hots.I .
.....rn.. | Alaska....Ia..... 6 4'. 4'. 4'. SO 16' % 15',. 16% I CURB STOCK LIST Varnsdore. B.".... 3 c.cows..... 111.$913 II H;; K J. V.A! I I $112.70; Dull Partin. $74 24; Lester hu.i REALTOR
AI". Corp29 3'. 3>. 31, Purnlshed through courtesy Merrill KUstmre. 4 b.... $163.20; Ranaom ..adh..e .
The Associated Press 60-stoek i, Nat Biscuit --.. 21 29\. 28% 29\-. Webster. Bartow. 2 cows (116 91: 5:. A.
AU.e Lud Stl 12 :37 36 e
37
V-. S Lynch. Pierce. Fenner and Beans: CoTlntton. Barber St. Cloud. 11 hots. 8193.25;
Sanford.
Nat Can S 10% 10% 10% 2 calves. (2322Os
average was up .7 of a point at AIC1uaD,. Sill ISO 181Alii ''Nat Cash Erg :----== 6 .39:%: 39 39S Aluminum Co. of Amer---------- 64Amer. car L.e White, 10 1 calves. 3 cows, llSO: (.<: I I Walt Bronsua. Kiuunme 1 hoc. 833.68; "Sptcialhing, In Home :
Ch MIc 20 J6 33 33', ... Cianamld Co. B------------ 41'. W. H. Le.... 1 135. Htsley. Kisaiaviuae. :3 i>o<.. (109.77.
(I.:. a top since. March 6. last. It Nat Container I 31 40% 39% 40% lakeland. 3 .. a237.to-
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Am A1f. 4O 9'. *.'. S ___ .
i I Nat Dairy Prod 13 3231*. 32 i Amer. Gas it Klec.: --un ._ 39 . Winter Haven. Farm .. faUy Btlla. >>\ Cloud. 1 hue. (41.80 i8
vas the broadest market since Am Cabi Rod 7 81 i. 3'Am ''. ('. : Nat Distillers -- 43 21H 21% 21'. Unw. U.aa &: Traction _._-- 19% 2VBB I. nl'' I Cew3l" W Winter.. BiU: sow.a. Lake Helen. 3 blitl. $a"44. 140 N. Orange Ave. Phone 8612I -a .
June 34. Of 1.024 Issues register fan 2 S31.. 91'Am ''. 93 i Nit Oll.ulla u.___u_ 31 Ii'. U'. irk. Nat'1 Gas A. ___ 8'. ,,,. 2 "..,1. U4.7r.. W. H. _rber 4i. .%i>i>ercorik Chr........ :25 eaivea.841V. I
Car Pdy 10 4. 44'. 4' Nat Lead ._u 10 32'. 32'. 32'. Ashland Oil ti R.ff. ___-,_ _"'.-- 12% Bronson. Vineland. 1 calf (3022: : C. C. .12: C. C. Kivuu& tt. Oriaodo 1 calf. I = t.
ing. 711 rote and US felL Am P"r Poor . 14 J'. 3', 3' uu. __ Ti...... Orlando. 2 bulls. 3hells. -
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Nat Pow tt Lt .._._ 11 2'. 1'. 1Nat. '. Atlantic Fisheries.v-... .. .. 1\\% Branson. Sanford. 1 cow. $67 65: J. C. $47.22: S. L.
Peaks' for 1947 were recordedfor Am Han Prwl 31 24'. 34 1Am 24'., Supply) .._. :34 14% 16 16Nwoport ". barium Steel .__-- --.-.,__, 5'% iriet. Saaford. 1 row 40.79: Walt Bron Itl1 94: O. L. Kssi. Banford. 4 S.OI .
Locomotive 21 22*. 22* fl'. .. __ .,.. calf. $2U1.88 C. H. rovers. UmaTtiHa : j
I Induat . 4 28% 28 28'. Creole .t. Corp. _-_, _ 30'4 son. Kisstnunee. S es!.". 56.49 "' *
Union Pacific which finished Am Pow At Lt 43 11' 11*. US ___ A. WIllis Winter
NY Central KX. 114 13 14% 14'- Cities Service -, n 39% Dbl. PattI. Orlando. 2 Tearlims.Masters. 2 cows. 101.30; J.T'I /
up 1 1-2 at 1SS 1-2; Nickel Laka4$15 40 IS 14S ISAm NY Chi 8t L Pf 11 113. 112. 114% : Colts Patent Arms _?-____------- 36 $71. 2T; La.renn 81t... KLUlmmtf!. 1 e.... I Haven. 1 heifer. 1 II ; R. A. : :
I Roll "IU. 69 30 29 3*'. Sire Bond .4c Share Co------------ 13% In.tO; T. 8. Smtrb. 1Iarto.. 2 ,, Roberts. Gainesville, 3 steers. 1 heifer.i I
Plate 2 1-4 114 No Am Aviatloa 13 7% 7V. 7% cain.
preferred at 12.
i Am Smelt K 2fl *4H S6i sOs I North Am.r C. ,u... 17 23% 25% 23% I FaIrchIld Eoc. tt Airplane Corp. ____ 3% It 8": Evely I alllIUl. B.ntow; 1 eatt i, (42 53: G. C. LePils. Oln.... 4 .veers.t -
Tesas Pacific Land Trust 2 at 27- Am H1 Pdr 18 MS 28U 30Am : Northern Pacific _._ St 19Vi 18, 19Va Glen AideD Coal Co. ,un_____ 17% I" 41: L. H. TIIomhl11. Winter BneD. j $266 (6; Marlon Platt.I Melbourne 16calves. I
'... PhillIps Petroleum 1 at $1- Tel Tel 33 lU'111 136Am '. % Or. AtL Pae. Tea C.------_...- 98 cii-. ....0Ct; R. H. MulbeU.nd.. h.''' $50805; W. '1'. Masters. Orlando, Th. First National Bank IS
T.. B .. 13 76l. 76 "'. Humble Oil ft Rug. (4 1 rail. 1 re... III' 34: Clar 8t.f1l. KIe.ha.RIle. .' 1 caw $32.31; A. G. Stevenson. Melbourne,
J... Gulf Oil 1 I.' at 70 11. Superior Am Vlacoa. 18 $3"., (34 S31* OMo Oil __.n. 13 25'. 23*. 25'. I Hells Mining C.-----Uh"--___ 12'. 1 c.lI. 'U.45: 1I.1Id, B1OnlOn. ala.ui 19 steers .11.2" 40- As a Community Service ..
011 1 S.. at 111 1-4. Joy Am Wit Wk ----3 1S 1V-, 1S'. I Otis. Elevator -.__ ? '7 29 28% IllS Kaiser-Frazrr __uu__ I'. ,,... 1 ..e... In *3. i Henry Detrevill. Geneva. 3 e... I-
I Am WMB 4* J4 33 3]'. Lon Star Gas Co. ______ 18% W. T. Halnri Clt,. 2 yearUnas. 812875: T. w. Prevatt. Gin.... I caws Furnishes the) Correct Time
Mfg. J-4 at Je 3-4 and Pepsi-Cola Anaconda Cop 3O 36** JS., 36>* !' Pal Gas & Else ... 20 40'i 40'. Niscara Hudson' P. Carp. ..._..- 9% (!592: 1. G. Slone. Center Rill t 8186.31: Elmer &. Jones. Orlando. 1 cow. 2-1611 d
J.. at 33 12. Armour C. __ 60 14 W 11% 14 I'( Par Tia Cons _.._ 12 4% 4% Niles-Beement-Pond Co. __...___ 11 calves, $37100; L. V. Hart. Chuluots. 11 !I' lIrUJlI8. 1 ho,. $123.87: W. V. Me- Day or Night-Dial
Zenith Radio. added 4 S-S at LudDryO.s431. 17V. 17 1744 t' Packard Motor ..',_ 4O $34 ('. 48-1 I Pantepec 011 of Ven. ,. . 10% cows. 1 "..r. (389 (S: CI., Whaler. Ktsslmme l Daniel. Orlando. 3 bos;. 121."' : I. H. b
AkSTkt 7 8JV4 (3 83Atl P.. Am Airways __ 38 11 10', Btrock tf Co. _u_._.____.-. 231. Park. 1 calf S33 41; W. E. Snt... I Cohen. Orl.nd. 2 hots. 83.42; Wilbur J.I .
tt 1.1 on word the companywas Coast Llae 7 341,4 34 34 V I Panhandle P R 1(2 8 Ill% Sonotone Corp. ___, ____ 35Schl1. Vero Beach 2 r.I.... (TS 88: Bill .....j I Cuss,. St. Peteriburc. 2 heifers. 1 ,..rUn.. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT ORLANDO
working .. a newtrpe of All Reflate 34 38V, 37H 38 V. Pa ram Pirturea 143 37Vfc % Ine. __ __._ --- .- 4'-- Klssinmee. I calf. S22 (S: Lucius Batten.jl eaw. 1 ealf 812383; Letter F. Lack Capitol Surplus 0.. Milfiaa Dollars
I Atlas Oors ( *S' 24 S 25 II Penney trlrvtsJen. w...... OU was up A... Mis --,. :39 (V S (SBatdToro ha.-C..a Alrl ._. 21 7 6% 45"j j, Tampa Electric __.__.._ 30*.. St. Cloud. 1 calf. 81423. I' Orlando.: : 1 hot ::( $:: W. A. Leffler.Sanford. I IfEHBEB rXDSBAI. PBPO41T DimXAJrCB COBTOBATIO
4 1-4 at 4t 1-3 and PnbilckrrIndBttries I I Pena P. Lt -,?_ 16 20H 20% i Technicolor ..______?-_-_. 13 Leo Pertic Kisslmmee. 2 eaSy... (T4J>; 4 hoes 8173.26; Sol Oodwia
II -...____ 14 11n% 18S Penn Pw & Lt -*-* 18 20% 209. Textron ..__. _._._.,___ 13*. 4 ii
2 1.. 2$ !. u
at *. Bait Ohio 76 12* UN 12V Pena RR n .___. .1 19% ItIt. _
Holding advances of 1 to 2 or so ..,.....u Oil 18 28 27%* 26 PepsI-Cola ___._._,. 96 33% 32V 33% TJnlted W. Va. Gaa Coal CoTs tt Coke.__________"__ 11 16%
I iBendli ..1&, ---_ 9 33V. 33V 33 Pfiser Chaa & Co .... 12 42 41 42 u i iI
were UJ3. Steel. YoungstownSheet. Be. Powde .__ a 23V 23" 23V, Phelps Dodce 25 41 40V4 40"% I
LIVESTOCK
Chrysler Montgomery Beth Meet 24 87H 86 87** Phil Xlec: __ 11 24 23% 23% CHICAGO
: I I Blav-Kaec -. 17 16V, ISVi 16>,. Phllca Corp __.-'?.... 17 26% 28 28.. CHICAGO API (USDA Salable hoes .
Ward. Sears Roebuck International i Bonne Airplaae h' a is'is 16VkordonCB Philip Morris _..__._ 44 31V 29 U 31% 5.000. total 8.000: moderately active and .
Harvester. Douglas Aircraft. !! ._ a 44Va 43 S 4H.I Phillips Pat _. -.__ 31 61% 60% 61% 25-50 cents hIgher on weights under 260 I
American Telephone. Anaconda. i ....War_' .-. 8 47 46 47brnUI Pressed SU Car 21 11% 11 11.... I Ib: and on sows under 425 Ib; heavier i 1
,I Alrw ... 6 8S 9 Procter Gam --:13', 62 63: % weights both .rlu n nneveci but steady to f
American Smelting.& Air Reduction I I I Brlderport Brass 10 14*. 14 V. 144iBrteesMfs Pub Svc NJ ,-- __ ( 24V4 24 24V I 25 cents higher; top 25 00: bulk eood and : D
Dow Chemical. Union Carbide 'I S 34 H )IS 34V' I Pullman ._-__ 6 56'. 56'4 36% rholce 170-240 Ib 24 00-25 00; 250-270 Ib .. ..
23 00-24 23 280-300! Ib 21 0023.00 3OO- ,
Bodd C. :33 II'. 11 V, JINBulova .i Pure, Oil -_____ 68 21125'. 26,. j : ; ,
Allied Chemical Philip Morris. watch 2 311.3433.313.1; I! -11-- 360 Ib 1900-21.25: : seod and rhotre sows .

()Y.nsm1no1a.r.'enUeLh ., Burlla Mill .32 1SU 18 isl, I Radl Corp -__ 62 1% 8% 8 under 425 Ib 17.25-19: 450-550 lb 1.00-
Burr Add. Mca h 12 13 V. 13V 13 V. Radio.* K-Orph ----- 39 13 22'13 17 OO. .
Century-Pox. Paramount PieVure I I Salable cattle 2000 total 2000: salable i
a I -C- Remlae Rand h_ I 34% 33"% 34
*. American Woolen. Nickel :'CaUf Packlae: 21 21'21 V 28*.. I. Repb Avta _-._n_ 16 l\.e' i. 1-1 I calves SOO. total 500; eenerally stesdy to s '
CaUaha '-" 14 2S >V. 2 Repub Steel 88 212S% 26 90 cents tower; most steers holdover from '" J. .
0Northfm aCaa ------ _
Plate common. Dry O Al'* ... 1 les 16t 1(:, I II I' Xner.- COD Br .. 12 18% 11 19 early la week; choice 1.250 Ib steers 28 25; -. -'..'....>., -'.. ,- .'. .
Railway and Norfolk tt Western.tUUway Caaad Patlfto 21 13 11*. 11Carrier >. Remolds Tab B ___ 11 41V, 41V1 41 moat sued to low-choice steer 25.50-27.30: -' .c' ; } ::2
I II I ..... Drug _ 8 choice yearlincs to 27.73: common and 1i
bonds trailed with I Corp s 16S 16V, 1S - % S S S 0" .
medium 950 Ib heifers 18.50: clearance
Caa tJTJ 4 *. .
3'17. 36 S*'
ttorka. At Chicago wheat dropped I Incomplete OB cows; bun* steady to 25 i Di
I c.t.ru Tractor .. S !
61S 80% 61%
Safeway Store 22 23% 23% 23%
1 -1.. I. 2 1-S rents a Cvlaaoao Cora . 62 23% S3 21% .. centa tower at 18 00. mostly 17.75 down:
St L San Pr.. .. 86 8% 7'$9.
vealers weak at 24.00. mostly 23.00 down
c..... Corp . .19 2'21, 25% '1 i of ConditionFLORIDA r
biuheL Corn was so i-g to X- Schealey niatilJ. 61 31% 3O% SO'Beab -. Good and choice Spring lambs 50 cents Statement
C.a$4a4ry 4 6% S 9% Al RR _____ 18 17% 16% 16% ,
hither than Wednesdays eeneral trade
3-4 and oats 3-4 .. 1 3-a. Cotton C.rr Oe ..* 17 )J'-o 331. 33V Sears Roebuck ...&. n..o 38% 4O ;
I cradea and other classes little chanced ,.1
barked down 75 cents to Crtla-Ted Pr4 .39 16V, 15H 16 Server lac. __. -6 13H 13'. 12'. tower: common and medium Sprineere 16.00- I &
c5..aohl.46: 45%\ 43'. I Shell Onion OU ....... 19 30% 30"30'- % t
21.5Opackace sood old-crop shorn lambs
f!.*. a bale. Ca M 8. Pae -- 36 9% *%' 9% Simmon* Co .__-.8. 12 34% 33% 34'.
Ahead In the curb were Aluminum Chi MW -------S 20'. 19% 20'% I Sinclair Oil. __ 81 U.%. 15% 16V. 20.00. I I
Chryaltc Corp .S3 111. 111% 113CIT & I
-- I Socony-Vacuum 77 16 16 16 .
of America, General Finance: I r.... .. .. 16 43% 43 45 Vtlev 5..AuOP.13? 4% 4V. 4" CHICAGO PRODUCE
CHICAGO AP> USDA Butter steady to
Testron. International Petroleum. SlUiuaa 14 43 42U 4) Southern Pacific ... CO 43 41% 43
% : % I Ij .
firm; B 9O score. .6C; 89 score. 64 5-
American Light Cities Service and Coca Cola 3 171% 171% 171V : Southern Ry 37 36% 33% 36% 65; others unchanged. Eccs: top firm b.l-
CeI..I. ..Ia. 11 43 423,. 43 j( Spcery CorB _==: 17 2O% 1994 2O% BANK AT ORLANDO
"5 unsettled: current receipts.: 41-41.5 : !
Create: Bond & Share. Turnover ,| C4 Pwl Ir _h.l1 14% 14 14V, ,iSplrcel 31 13'12% 13%
., tI.re... 330.000 shares versus ,i c.i.. 0 XI 69 11% 11% 11,.% i'Stand IBt.ndi-:1; :: 39 39% 28% 29'4 I dirties.changed.3.-3111. checks 37-38 others un
Comi Credit 22 44% 42'. 44 .
1 BtdOail$4P133 26 23% 25'.
370.000 Wednesday.roactaM I! Coaal ........ 93 28V, 23% 26'. Stand Oil Cal __u_ 34 63 11'8''% 1,
Com,It a Xdla _. 34 30: V. 39'. 29% I( Stand oa Ind. '__'_ 2..2 41% 41% '. 5.54 of
.XCMAMOCSW I Comvtta[ .. South 99 3% 3% 3% 1 Stand Oil NJ _.__-_ 61 77V4\( 76% 77% .
> YOttK ian CtMiaa- I.rla ..- I i COB* Kdlaooi .. 19 26% 2 V 36% Stand Oil Ohie) 27 26,% 26'. 26\'. ATHirrrs FOOT ORLANDO, FLORIDA
..... rM* KJr... Brum M .*ilr*. ...*. Icoaa VuMeo 14 139. 13': 13% Std Stl Spre n -.29 13-. 13% 13% e.* to rvsul: C._* .. tatter IB ,... Tart | Coat Bak 8 14% 14% 14% j Sterllnc Drue _.. 8 41% ..0".0'" OTHER SKIMIILITATIONS .
.*.. .*,*.. au.. per eeai dt..s., arSIJIl Coat Coa ..29 4O :359% 40 Stokcly-Van-Camp S 17'. 17 1'7" "
O a. _i*. .1Ie........ Evr***,: Coat Motor '0' 7'. 8 Stone Webster 20 14 mi 14 :'l < )
ori BrttBi .40jv! aacBaae1: rreac* Coat Oil Del .. .28 43% 42% 434 St. Reels Paper C* -- 9*. 9*. 9*. ,.. LIBEAU1Y e..t w.. 50c-Jl c:::: -.
Frastrt .Be* *f S eret uac5..si. *: S.*.1 Cora Xscnaaee u 1.1e 579. 57'575.,. I Stadebaker Corp ... 82 20V. 19% 20 '
I.. Krai* J7.SS: w5.,5; .User- Cora PTMUul. -.. >J" *3% *4 'I Suaray OU ._u_ 61 10', 10% 10% i As the close of Business June 30 1947.r : '
Croao c. 9 :349. 34% :34% at
Is.< irraael -.-' aJ ... aae*>*..*.. ? Sunahln Mat 12 8% 9 9 .
1.a'.A......: Ar*..'''' fr.. 14 4iBl ; ...... Craclblo Steol ____ 7 27% 26% 27% Swift C* .._ 14 33 H 33 Vi 33' .r; .
Curtis Publisbs 36 9,% 8% 9%
Bitsil free S-SO. BBcaaatU -YT.156 -
.-...af...S SOU.IKVKTICATI eeau. ......." Cwrttt-Wriht n___ IS 45,. 4''% 4% C. __.__.-? 18 64% 64 64% .\ rI
- CHUer Hammer 1. 23 33 23 T.... Gulf Sulph 3 $3 S3 S3 In] .
-o- T5sP.cC.5O __ 'u 32% 33 P
$IEFOK YOU IUYI D..r.c. ... ... IS 40.. 39V. 40% Tex Pac: L Trust100 38 23% 27% '
Del Lock as "West 48 8%' 7% 8% Tide Wit A 011 -_ 28 21% 21 21%
Detroit Kdisoa. 1 23'% 23% 23% Trans-America ____ S 12 11'. 12 I .
DIM Car.-...( _104 16% 13%- 13% Trans West Air 6 16% 13'.. 16V COMES RESOURCES .
Dome Mines ____ S 18% 19% 19% Tri-COBt Carp 22 4'6% 6% .
Dooelaa Aircraft 9 .7 86 (V Twent ;. ==:: 97 31% 39V 31V. i FROM WITHIN
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Dr...., ladast. 16 19% l'11 Twin Coach __ 13 _._ 13 ..
1 '*' ....... ... M __ 18 104 193% 193% Thermold __-'nn- -____ _n_ 11V.- 11*.- HVsUnion $,,Mr rs frm ...*, bl4 C.*. -' I I. Loans and Discounts._._._......-.._-_.. .-_.-.-._....__..---.-._ ;.;:- ._..._.$ 2,692,219.88
vTBW -U- ditient. eftea have ...11. ..II.... -
*> faau7B Alr L 18 19% 19V, 19% Bac P I 3231 32\. ski.. piwptet.. beib. .ld tare*. Banking House Furniture & Fixtures .
A**** Kaslmaa Kodak. __. 42 43% 44% 43% Onion Carbide --- 28 108. 106V 108% C" ..... te tkevuadt. ': .

A HOMI.TOWHTIANSACTIOPI I Emeraoa Power XI.. L1..14 M S 12 16%'% 13 11'%. 16 12%% Onion Union OU Paclfie Cal __..___ 24 3 138 22'%. 138 22% 138 22'%. I cane ever so this y*.C.t.n-,efte.... helps PPP efferteeliet ever I Including Office Buildings......._..._._____..____._____.___ 236,609.38

Eae Pub Service __ 94 30 29% 29% United Air Line* .. 40 223'. 21*. 21'. '
Krio RR . 37 16 9% 10Kversharp UaiMd Alrcr.lt .__ IS 19 16% 19 !*..tram .. eWwRiliCcaditit. Other Real" Estate Owned____.__.___..___-._..___._.._ _-...--_ 33,494.14
Ask fer frf .
..41 11% 13 13 vi: tedsy.ledece
Oa Cic-Wh Sirs S S 4% S
lest Trailer Shop -- United. Corp ..__?, 110 :3'. 3V. 3'. "lOCt.. AMHSU.. CaoEmimc Prepaid Expenses_ _.__.._ __.._. __._.__..________ 2,641.08 ,
S'T
Paras. T.I A 314<< 11 S% 6S United Fruit .__ 13 52', S3% S2%
Pi.'.... T ft .. 1 S0.% SO.% 50% Ontted 0. Imp __ S 23 23V. 23 : roi, nit Stum*
Troil-R-Coot Points PUatfcoto (3 33"% 31% 33% United MAM ..__ 43 16% Ulis.. Other Resources_...___._,._.'__'_'______________.'.__.'_h-.-___ 151.41 .
Plorlda Pow .., 7 14!. 14% 14% O 8 Gypsum __ 3 103 102% 102'% I :
:::i W. Washington -0- D B Indus Cheat u 2 48 48 4$ Accrued Interest and Income Receivable___---. ....$ 89,924.88 ::
0.. cable .._.... If 11% 1e% 115. U 8 Rubber ____ 22 49% 47% 48>i Ii .
Dial 6894 0.. Kleo .....0---1: "Ioaal: 363. U 8 Steel ______113 70% 66v. 69%
S. Government Securities 13,613,899.76
lOa Wlater Garden R ad] Oea Pood* __-__ 23 42% 4044 4234 - U. ..___..._ _____ : r
0.. Motor*' 103 60.. $09, eo Tie Chem Will __. 4 46 44 46
Oea Pub VU1 .. :36 14% 145. 1434 -vwWalker \ Florida County and Municipal Bonds____ ....__ 1,297,825.02 :
oLuI4,4a.1k 4 27.% n 2T'- IH a w 18 2011% 20'. : .. .
Olmbol Broe .. 17 24% 23% 14'. Walworth C. _._-_ 29 10% 9*. 10'. Federal Reserve Bank Stock 28,500.00 ': I
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OPEN STOCKDINNERWARE Uoodrich Pt 10 36.% II 5.1., Warner: Brae Pic, 91 16% 13'. 16% I ; .
Goodyear T A R 31 47% 4634 n\e ., ___
W. lad Sue 11 35% 2t..% 25% ;
Graham Pa Ho Met 37 3% 34. 31- W.., Oa Tel A ___ 22'1 2O% 21 Other :,Securities ___.____.____. _..____.__ 1,045.00
Oia-rthJI-Pt12 43 41"U- WMlinc AU Br _.__ IS 34Vs 33% 34%

10 Beautiful Patterns Or.'....... Car ....1O4 10 54. 114 Westinc LIes -.-____ 32 26% ,.,. 28% I Cash on Hand and Due From Banks__....'__.__.___.__._...__...._. 5,133,617.02 20,164,811.68
Gulf Mob. Ohio 38 10% 10 10340s31
Wheelinc Steel __ 3 37;. 37% 37'.
THE CHINA MART4U..U OU ----___- 23 '70 61 .0.... White Motor _'_ 13 24 23% 23*. i
S -- Willys-Overland ... 41 9% 9 9% $23,129,927.57 i
Hart Bea Aj 1C .._ J :3334: 33 33' Wilson C. - ._. 14 13% 14 14 -
N.Oranc'ATe.QUALITY Hares MI* _-. -_ p 64- 614 61. i Woolworth (PW) __. 32 49% 48% 48Werthins !
Homestaka Mia ___ 11 4145 4594 PAM 11 58% 36% SSV4 ' "'. i
Heuatoa OU ..._. 11 It'23, 24\.e -y- : .
Hadsoa. Motet 33 Ie 11 111. Tannest Sh T 22 (3% (3% (3% .
LIABILITIES

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lat Harvester _. __ 1 U tIO 113 100.
lat MMk Caalal . -_ 21 )1'. 33. 311. J CapitalStock _____ ____ ____. .$ 100,000.00 .
Paper _. I' 4... 47'. "', GRAIN RANOII '

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J.8as.Ms.,111. __:i. SO.4 439.: 44 WHEAT- Undivided Profits'Reserve _... _.. ... _..... 108,841.76 $ 1,108,841.76
.1._ L 8U" 26 32% 31&. 33% July -__n. 2 It% 2 20 2.17V 2.17. - - -- .i
Joy Mfc 24 .34% 35 36"% Sept. h__ 2 &a\.e 2.17 315 1.11". faet COFFEE :
I Deo. hnn 2.155. "2.14 2.14 2.14V. t for Contingencies_? __.____._ .-. 94,281.17 i
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MISS JONES! Mzw oE.REHIRE K7l!REMPLOYED. .

; :IrowL1 I I'VE GOt THE ME QUICK/1 CANT ..............-..* The Latti or Leather Twtte.

WWYNCMALETM cH cg EANEWSEI /'BOY WAS THAT *; \. j P LEGAL, OTJ'CES I Today's Crossword Puzzle I"JIII CIA am cdRIE I Is a marine animal tobabKin*

KNOW : / BAc,( \A PHOTOFINISH./ NOTICE TO APPEARTO RUNT tropical seas;" it reaches a lengthof

TWSRVE JOE3.i .......--- .." ( : ROSCOE C. REAMES and- I ACROSS 3. Malt 2L Point of r 0'" 0 r. A F T E R eight feet and weigh a* rawta!'

< V4DASA } REAMES. his wife ELBERT 1. REAMES: 1.Long.nail beverage land ARM.. 0 F F. N 0 I as a ton. _
BRAND and-REAMES. his wife, the Unknown 4.Pale 22.All correct R A P P 0 A. T. 0 D D
5. Sob
CttECt heirs at law. legatees.. devisee. or
C I grantees of EARL 8 REAM: deceased. 9.Pincer-lilce 6.Whip marks (abbr.) SARI C: E E LEGAL NOTICES "
I CAt fTCASH -REAWES. widow of EARL S. O SCORE D o COUNTY JOOWB OOOKT. ni
REAMES. deceased. if allre. and If dead organ on skin 23. Select S. L 0 D E AND ORANGE COOITTY: n.ofUDA.
ACNECKI t her unknown heirs at law legatees, devisees .- 10.Mohammedan 6. High 24. Sells aschances L ; : e 8 e C c."", IN PROBA n. NO 4gP.
rTt or grantees and all IN THE MATTER OF TIlE
J parties. who claim: as heirs. derlsees.. god priests g A. G II S .. L A Y ESTATE OF .
i grantees assignees.. lienors. creditors.trustees. 12. Port 7. River 25. King of MID AIS. A 8 ATE DANIEL J. SHIRER

a under or. or against other EARL claimants: S. REAMES.by. throush.who 13. Southern (Ger.. BashanBib. II L. A lot p. Lei s I NOTICE: OF APPLICAT1OH DK.as.d FOR

Is dead A. M. REAMES. If alive and if constellation 8. Receive ( .) Ic: E Y. T E R iii. WHOM
dead his unknown heirs at law. legatees, 1U. -. TO AL". IT MAY COWCMW:
>vER devisees. or grantees.. ; and- a share 26. Sailor Notice U hereby given that I >.*. made
\\ REAMES. his wife if alive and If dead Open 9. Mince 28. Food fish Yesterday' Answer petition for final dteeh r>* as iiliBlBlilrator -
her unknown heirs at law legatees. .devisees of the estate of O aiel J *11.. *.-
or grantees. : and aU parties who (poet) 11. Hurry 30. Rest on eelS cL and that I will aNb to tkt. BMorable -
claim as heirs, devisees. grantees, assUnees 15. Sets again l5..Soak flax the knees 35. Price of Victor Hutchlo Co tt Jhi.*. .,
.. lienors. creditors. trustees.. or Orange CovatT. FtorM a ftWar tile
other claimants by through under or 16. Reads 17:Eskimo 31. Flower passage3S. 18th du of .hi" A. D M4T. tor mkldurhtrtt
aealnct A. M. REAMES and- 19.Close to tools 32. FuJI of nuts .Wicked ii ttfrniBMraur. .C W estate
REAMES. his wife. who are not knownto 20. : of Daniel J. 8l rer. de eu.dI
- be dead or alive: and any and aU Monetary 18. Juice orplants 33. Bodies of 39. CroWs cry WI(. H. IHIIRJEK.

: GEE to IF persons. having or claiming to have any unit water 40. Sash (Jap.) Ai Adminlstrateo.1..y estate
WON
we NEARLY THErouce i' OA I
P OVER ONE -NUNOEED I O right, title. or Interest. In property In First pHbliratioo on June IX 1448.
1AAITIAIG FOR FOGp TTPN TNi$ LET us SHOOT ARE- YEARS AGO UDAYt BOO Orange County. Florida, hereinafter de- (Latvia) Jane 13. 20. 27 Ju>y 4. 1947IN
r- NJTiY'S SkSNALS. WAS Te4E 4Te1.LITS ceACtcERs.AT LEAST we WIT4 Ti4E SHOTS 9 BO i! scribed: 21. A fuel I _
SOUND OFF OPJul'( CAN MAKE 5OMF STILL RitJGING IN M NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that YOU 23. A child's I 1 s I" Ii" r I COUNTY JUDOB'S cOv T. OHAIKW
= must file an appearanceIn : FLORIDA.
and each of you COUNTY.
r! 1101'108 NOISE THEIR EARS, OUR. THEYRE tm h
J the Court hereinafter designated on or disease ESTATE OF
;4E LMY, p A ArKE51aLtS- KINGiN INter BIGGEST before the 26th day of July. 1947. else a 26. Seized 9 i" IDA DAVIS JOHNSTON.
M1 EA DERN FIRE'RGGHr decree pro confesso will be entered against : : = : REPMD
NoW.c C E S you 27. Ugly oldwomen s. _ NOTICE OF FINAtAPPLICATIOS
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Wa EVEiZ It The nature of the suit 1s to quiet title .r- FOR DIIiCIIAIIOK
.-. t % In the City of Orlando a Florida municipal All persona are hereby miffed that the
HEARD I corporation plaintiff to the following 28. Crown : onderslined as Exocutor of saM eatau. n"
w 4 described real estate in Orange 14 completed the atoinletratlon thereof and
29. 15
9 t r/F County. Florida: From = ifh lj"h has filed in said court his nub report aced
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4' 1 ; F4Oc Y Lot 9. Block "B" 'Anderson Park acCording 30. Natives 7 m:; __ application for dlaeliarct OMectlMS
FOR. : to plat thereof recorded In Plat of Korea .. S 'a thereto.. If any should be cHUy tflo*. Agar
''z: THE Book "J". page 30. Public Records of : filing proof of poklieatloa sboirtaic tW'
+ pEMO Orange County. Florida. 34. To make @ m notice has been pooltsbed one a week (or
The name of the Court In which this ", 2J u. four con ecwtl"e weeks the matter eC .P-
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suit is instituted Is the Circuit Court for angry 'h/r///, '// h t and the ordering of
the Ninth Judicial Circuit of the State of 37 Prosecute hh # distributionao aid estate will cove: be
tf 1, {, Florida in and for Orange County in fore the court.
14 1S
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; f Chancery No 21184 and the abbreviatedtitle :'l'.h GEORGE C. JOHNSTON.As .
of the case is City of Orlando a Florida 38. Bondsman Executor of saW estate.
municipal corporation, plaintiff ".. - 13. 1M7
t 39. Short 11 '// // First publication on Jane
T 4 26
.tr COPR 19.7 eY N* SCPVN.t. NC G SPAT Of Roscoe C. Reamer. . et ux et al. defendants.It . = //h J. THOMAS GURNEY.
-- is ordered that this notice be published surplice m 7 Attorney for Executor
In The. Orlando Star, a newspaper. 41 Weird 29 30 H 51. n June 13. 20. 27. July 4. 1947
} THIS COULDVE ( )A tl published In Orange County Florida once @ :: _
: [ GULP MAY8E MAN LUCKS each week. for four consecutive weeks 42. Incites .'// // IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT. ORANGE
BEEN TH'Il1ITN POP-OP TOTH'THUD t DONE CHANGE0I/ WITNESS the hand of the. Clerk and the 43. Vend __ FLORIDA.
y 04! n se u COUNTY.
t 1 Court Orange County
O2AKK HAPPIESTDAY seal of the Circuit ESTATE OFCAROLINE
AT THE PLATE UP BASEMAN' Florida this 25th day of June. 1947. 44. Lean andstrong 7#t'l'fi' : Q PLANT.

IH THG 1 MAH LIFEIiTRST *.. SEAL ARTHUR W. NEWELL ; 39 40 NOTICE TO CREDITOB8 Dece..ed.

1 1k FUST TIME V Clerk of the Circuit Court TO ALL PERSONS HAVING OR
JE By D. S. BANNER' SATE
AHVE BEEN DOWN., DEMANDS AGAINST SAID :
10 ON BASE /j 1IN 1/ Deputy Clerk 1. Metal j-tt. You and each of yon are here notified
WILLIAM W. ARNOLD tip
wiT I and required to file any claims and demands
DAYS.. <<
for Plaintiff
Attorney of either of may
I a which you or you.
BUT .CHOKE) !/ June 27. July 4. 11. 18. 1947. 4; 44 hare against said estate. In the office of
scabbard
DINAH SAW ME I Hon. Victor Hutchins County Judge of
\ t KISS IRENE JiBCFO' 1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINTH 2. Pry" ? Orange County. u his office to the CourtHouse
4 AH FOUND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN In Orlando Florida, within fight
OUT DINAH WUZN1MARRIED d I AND FOR ORANGE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY calendar months from the time of the i
I Ci { CHANCERY NO. 21187. first publication of this notice Each
eaP
Ij. f in writing and
claim or demand must be
J R. and !
ROUSE LEGAL NOTICEIN
. Uncle Bud Says: contain the place of residence and post
I -BESSIE ROUSE. I
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4 'Alv Plaintiffs.JOHN COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND office address of the claimant and meat
Jn1t y.y rYw IT b I claimant his agent j
ttl w,1w44 be sworn to by the
1 UwNiNWVitWtGa. FOR ORANGE COUNTY' FLORIDA IN
ozAAK or attorney or theu.m.e shall be .....
D. HENN and
PROBATE. NO. 8423. NATIONALBANK
THE FIRST
My FREND5, ,
I RUBY HENN.
i\ ORLANDOBy
: 1 BILL TO FORECLOSE Defendants MORTGAGE IN ESTATE RE: OF D. EDWARD MacCARTHY LADIES AND H. P.AT LANCFORD.
I I Deceased. GENTLEMEN Vice- Trust Officer
NOTICE TO APPEARTO RAYMOD W. .
NMwINf.tMaryyNrfl.n
,,", r : JOHN D. HENN and RUBY RENN.I NOTICE OF FILING OP THE FINAL I Executors of GREENE.As said estateMAOUIRE.
RUBY HENN being formerly known as REPORT. PETITION FOR DISTRIBU-
I I TION AND FINAL DISCHARGE OF VOORHIS ft WELLS
MRS RUBY GILL, 632 2nd Street. ReadIng -
1947.
" I /1NE1/ YOU WERE A 614 WW. 'YVURE Pennsylvania.You. EXECUTOR. I First publication on June 13.
THAT WAS THE N14NT -
YOU OH.GOON! GET John D. Henn and Ruby Henn are Notice Is hereby given that the under- I,
iALSE ALARM THE F1R4T CNISELED AR HOE ANDIF. ESTATE OF D. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME: LAW
DINNER OFF MOVING.6LASSyvOu'LL !- hereby ordered to file your appearancewith stKned as Executor of the
4$ MT I MIT YOU.MIRt I Og ME.WASNT IT.KLONDIKE TAKE the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Ninth I, EDWARD MacCARTHY. Deceased has TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
BEFORE 1OU WAKE UP for filed its final report and petition for disI Notice U hereby given that the under
)4 *IA ONJ A MY ADVKE. Judicial Circuit-of Florida in and /
t NEU.m.1 BET YOU WERE BORN 6RKK AND MR5.W0RTN! Orange County on the 26th day of July. I I Irlbutlon and final discharge as Executor Ij do signed .pursuant to the Fictitious Name
WITH A PICK AND SHOVEL 1cU L. 1947 in the above styled. suit which suit of said Estate and that on July 28. 1947.It / ofcf Statute House Bill No. 1175. Chapter No.
is for the foreclosure of a mortgage will apply to the Honorable VictorHutchins. ('amwfPAILyf3T 20953 Laws of Florida 1941. will register
IN you if at PINK I la
Court.
Clerk of the Circuit
with the
t executed by you to the above named plain County Judge of Orange County 1 1I
9r tiffs. The property proceeded against is Florida. for approval ef said final return I and for Orange Cottnty Florida, upon
tiA1Na1S! : In Orange County. Florida and Is described and for an order ef distribution and finaldischarge receipt I of proof of the publication: of this
notice the fictitious name, to-wit: BELMANY -
: a' :I as Executor of the will of D.
PUMPS
Lot 2. being S acres known as West Edward MacCarthy. Deceased. i WELL DRILLING AND
lof Northeast t. of Southeast '/. of Dated at Jacksonville. Florida. this the SUPPLY COMPANY NOT INCORPOR
r # the Northwest 3.. Section 24. Twp. 22 26th day of June.. 1947. j I ATED. under which we 'are engaged la
m I ": 8. Range 31 E. FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK I business at Route 3. Box: 390. in the City
WITNESS my hand and the seal. of said" OF JACKSONVILLEAs !: I 1 of Orlando, Florida
NI Court this 26th day of June. 1947. Executor of the Estate of D. That the parties interested In said business
ARTHUR W. NEWELL Edward MacCarthy. Deceased.By enterprise, are as folloj.
Clerk of the Circuit Court. Orange L. V. CHAPPELL M K BELMANYMARGERY
County. Florida. Assistant Trust Officer used to celebrate Independence I A. BELMANY
ANDREWS it PATTERSON; Dated at Orlando. Orange County Florida -
e George B. Carter. Day. but that was before I sold
.
1947.
July 3.
Solicitor for Plaintiffs Attorneys for Executor I ,
at June 27, July 4. 11. 18.. 1947. June 27 July 4. 11. 18. 1947. mine for a marriage license. July 4. 11. 18. 25 1947.


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<301N& ONfXfifT BLAST BROUGHT WO THE EXPLOSION 4 GENT.? FROM OLf NAPPY EASTEOtPHAP MUST ,
5HCOTtNPe THAT EJS RAI. OIL-ALL HAVE TO CO WITH PEOPECT/J I
HE AW5THAVE BEaLf6RA1111G
Bid RED J W6 GOT HOtfclNd: BUT GURGLtN' AN DELTA ASP HER wa sir PEOy6HT IN HIS IftHt AREIi/LETif RUN VP FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershher9erIE 11. Special Notices !

EXCITE WHEN /CANYON HA4NTTW6 00R6EGU5! FATHER? THEyfcEGONE AU.THKTIME.' ANDCOIk ATCIATE ClassifiedS C. R. STEVENS: Broker I Ban
R WELL BLCW/ COME OUT] ILL /... I :. 1f UlMi I"-Z moved my Real Estate and InNrea !
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t,, AN T Want Ad Rates Chop. West Kaler and Walmaxa-
aVA 1i ME e land or list Street. I
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Speedy ervlc*. 834 Floral Dr.. :3-
1 Consecutive Day 1M tin a day 0110.
T ConcuUv Dan lie line a day
s Ii / (Count t,A.*ri* Word 1 lime) SPIRITUAL READINGS Dafly from
National Out If State Sales 12 p.m. to .ID. Rey. A. MOreaver .
Suuw mruon 300 per Hit D D. 113 w. Ctntral WSPEMCER .

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aa. I Minimum 3 U&eu W*.htimton Phone 2-_> Of 2-3883.

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Morning Sentinel and art printed neuritis: slenderizing; MK HMMMCON4DERUo( WHAT la buLb the Sentinel and Tae J20 w. Yale A**. 3-291
DAY TUiS 14, I THINK R WAS Orlando Star an UM lame data.Th Ladle only 1
p M4 SET !P Ik1Nir THEY MVE A Ez,%, J6HT AA OF wi 6a" 4 Want-Ad Department U open WONT YOU JOIN -the 011 an >
1. 7 O QXCbL EfEM sax on.SOME Item 8-M ..JD. to S P.... dally Human Society Membership' n.
A fiFOtlr cF raen Sunday Irom 9 to 12 ..... It means care for tick aad .Homeless
Dlsrx.r+v.
NO 6ATUC1C 50RTE5I Deadline for Bandar Paper Batu animal Phone 6MS. 7M Lake
Davis Dr.
d AMONG TH05EteocX4r i oar aOOA.AdurWen. are requested to notify W. P. Re y. Registered Bel mr.
1 N ; BI immediate, of any errors IB I Church and Main Arcad Pfcot
I Ily Lhfri3 their ads a* the ftentincMtar will 8348.
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be responsible for only on In-
tl } F: .f corrict insertion. t%. Loot and Found

You Can Place Your WILL THE PERSON: finding a largo
1'ti \\aut-Ad by Telephone whit sipper puree lost at LaU
/ tr 1t Conway Tuesday June 14 (key and
Dial 4161 paper only valuable to owner eemput -
i ha sentimental value). Rend
ltr to owner la care of Officer Club
ti, t I AE.xiE Orlando Air bass. Reward and n*>
10. Baby Sitters-Child Care flue3tiNY akedKA .
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j - BABY SITTER Day or cvenlnc.tor FfcATElWrrY PLY LOT to
1 t. / b M i r information telephone 41166. dressing room. Dickson-Iv<* Man.
COe IM1.1 rr45rirK11 w u ({ Reward Phone J-M13.

rI -. 1 l "Do bake pretzels too?" CHILDREN OAtDW-Ako wtrk BuocrvUed cared-
you for by nouh day or I t. Beauty radon
-. p, play at all tines Well balanced
I diet. 17* s Pennsylvania Ave. Winter -
-CAXLCTTA &TS OH TVeCOf AMMERMAK So fe. Pine. UOdredFlynn.
Far. 278.
I tfl MD }!HOLD MMPAST. LEGAL NOTICE REAVY. her husband. PAULINEREAVY Prance Rboadea. Betty
'; A T14wA rF A& rue PLANE i II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB NINTH and REAVY her husband I WILL CARE for children in evening Cadwell. Floors PaftOM sad OaroeSyClement.
{ 51EvsfzGVE PLUMMETS TO 771E ;, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN VIRGINIA ANNE REAV1 and Telephone 5232: for Information. All highly effletea with
5JQIifETJO:p N i : ,cr AND FOR ORANGE COUNTY. ZN REAVY. her husband all the known heirs year of etperleac Phaan 643AITNOUNCEMZNT .
/ Tl1w 5,47-- y ;note.. CHANCERY. CASE NO' 212O2 .t law of FRANK RfcAVY deceased If 11. Special NoUces I
4 WILLIAM WALLACE T. SMITH living and If dead their unknown heirs :
N. ite/PARD Plaintiff at law devisees, legatees grantees. assignees ADVICE Psychic readme dally 1 1IoIr. I
111wnI I "s Lenora creditors, trustee or other i I circle Tue. 8pm. Thura. 2:30
TOJACIC ALBERT F HAMBLIN et als. claimants by, through under or against '
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r SJD 8 pra. 44 H W. Churth Rm. Stripling of the Olamar Besets
I PRANK REAVY deceased J. BUCKLY and'
'" AC Defendant : 12 R.v. Cherry office phone 7088 Salem 683 N Orange Ave. ha
P I SUIT TO QUIET TITLE BUCKLY. his wife if living and ,
Mgaoli 1 rgl ,- [ NOTICE TO APPEAR If dead their unknown heir at law devisees ALLEN 8 PUNCH AND JUDY how added to her staff of operators Basal
CJJPCUr.crrA-. 0 1 e'' THE THE STATE OF FLORIDA. To: ALBERT F legatees. grantee, assignees. llenor i for children, partlet Dial 2-0102: Simmoni. formerly la badness la
I HAMBLIN and--HAMBLIN. hla *. creditors.-trustees' or other claimants, i iI AMANDA BRADFORD--f'aFchlo read- New York City lin.81mD1DI special-
N PLAN ETKI wife. and if I I MARGARET C TODD and TODD. E! lie In hair dying and ttMtnc and
f If living dead their unknownheirs lag; circle 2.30 Tues.561 West will
? at law devisers. legatees, grantees. her husband if living and U deii their Columbia Ave: phone 2-2331. be II.d0 aulst yea' la yens
w a'"" 5157rEh Acpwr4fas e assignees lirnors creditors: trustee or other unknown heirs at law. devisees Inatees.trantees : 8ERVICa-5 to bent problsnu Phon 772.
chairs
11IM I'rt'TD t assignees. lienors creditors
Ie fDSLOLGtrAE claimants: FRED L. BARMORE: and
serve you with fast efficient service 1
fI; TO -i BARMORE. his wife. If living I trustees or other claimants: E. C. PER-
; and If dead their unknown i CELL and PERCELL. his wife. If i, All Union shop W* close at JO..
= helra at law. (Continued On Next Face]
East Side Barber Shop. 60 X. Church.
living and If dead their unknown heira at I
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devisees legatee grantees asslcnees.lienors i
IA
K \ r3 LK.fhl l o iii : HELEN C. SAWYER and HENRY W. lienors creditors trustee. or .lIlcDe"1 I
li J : } SAWYER, her husband ROSA HARMANand ant: ELIZABETH KLEMN and ', I II
w HARMAN her husband. KLEMM her husband. RUTH PORTER and described real estat In Orange County, i I title and the number of the ease are aa
BLANCHE C. MITCHELL and -PORTER. her husband. MARY E. Florida to-wit: I set forth aboveWITNESS I
MITCHElL. her husband ROBERT W. KLEMM and KLEMM. her husband. the hand of the. dark and .
i : Lot 17. 18. 18 21 and 23. Block A. I
; BRITTINGHAM and BRIT- i MARTHA KLEMM and KLEMM, her 'the seal of th* Circuit Ceort of Orsac
I TtNOHAM. his wife FRANK WHITE and I husband ESTHER KLEMM and i of MIRAMAR SUBDIVISION accordingta County, Florida, this 3rd day of July A.D. :
WHITE. his wife OLIN WHITE : KLEMM. her husband all tU- known I the plat thereof recorded ta Plat I 1947.
I +iI (I i VOU GO UPSTAIRS ,nu OION'T ,II I I I and-WHITE. his wife. all the heir heirs at law of GEORGE J. KLEMM. de-I ARTHUR' W.
ceased.: It living and If dead their unknown Book J. pate 120. public records ef Oran NEWBLX I
THAT at law devisees and legatees of J. ERNEST
AND CHANGE WASH
A.
clerk of I
I said UAI\ part
.. NOW wuQR11 TREY WHITE deceased and all the Unknown heir at law devisee, legatees *. County, Florida.Lots C. ARTHUR YROKY.
SHIRT BEFORE YOU IWS GO assignees, lienors. creditors i
AND heirs devisees legatees, grantees, grantees. J
of 1N\ CLEAN LIP-) 27 and 28 of LAKE DAVIS Attorney for Plaintiff
SIT DOWN TO BACK AND CERTAINLY assignees, lienors creditor., trustees and trustee or ether claimant, and all the I
.. I July 4. 11. It 2*. 1M1
9JPPERISO4 MAKE A other claimants by through under or unknown heirs at law, devisees legs tees. I I.rant. HEIGHTS, according to the plat thereof.record.d ,
o THE TABLE! 00 ROVER I '
flBLl i against J. ERNEST WHITE and META B. ... a..lcnees. Benora ere<1ltora. la Plat Book Q. pate 71. pub- I
/ AGAIN! JOB Qur OF WHITE, both deceased: NAN A. BANNERand trustees. or other claimant of GEORGE: lie records of Oran,. County. Florida.
_____ t EATING! i BANNER, her husband Adelaide J KLEMM deceased n.oxt.. RED- ,I IREDFIU.D. Lota 1 to .. Inclusive Block D, of Ad97vcy7S; :
Pi FIELD sometimes known o A !
Leach and Leach her husband ALTALOUA HEIGHTS according to the
t. t X1NDERIaF 7t heirs at law. devisees and legatee of M. and -. REDFIELD his plat thereof recorded In Plat Book O. ;s
ADELAIDE TRIMBATH deceased and all wife. if Ovine and If dead their unknown I pa** 44 public records of Orange County I
9.d the unknown heirs, devisees. (... ... heir at law. devisees legatees crantees Florida. WATCH
I QOM I r grantees assignees lienors creditors, assignees. lienors creditors trustees 01 The South Half of the West Half of
P4 R r trustees and other claimants by through other claimants: FLORENCE L WHALEN i'I I the last Half of the Southeast Quarterof
gee P under or against M ADELAIDE TRIM- and WHALEN her husband if the Northwest Quarter of Section 12. .
U
tat 4 : BATH deceased: T. F. MUMA (MUMMA) living and If dead, their unknown heirs at Township 22 South of Rang 30 East I
: and -. MUMA his wife If living law. divisees legatee, grantees assignees NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE cunt
Pro ri. r and If dead their unknown heirs at law lienors creditors trustees, or other claimants ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS: to file an t
9 .. r. devisees legatees. grantees, assignees, ; HUGH WHITE and WHITE. I appearance In this suit on or before Au- 1
I .a his wife if living and If dead their un- confesao
lienors creditors trustees or other claimants lust 4. 1947 else a decree pro
1181 t ti, . : CHARLOTTE F O'BRIEN and- known heirs at law devisees legatees I will be entered against you. The nature VWL t
' t. OBRIEN. her husband. BENITA REAVY grantees, assignee. llenori. creditors of this suit 1* to quiet the title la the
e md HEAVY her husband ROBERT trustee. or other claimant; and all par I above named plaintiff to the rial estate Es. rt ....,....* 1St.rrln Swap ;
sa HEAVY and REAR nil ti** having or claiming to bin any right above described
s wile MARY ELIZABETH REAVY and-- title, or Interest In and to the following The Dame of the court., the abbreviated
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tJlf, JFflurtlj of 3uljt 19. Services Offered 33. Articles for SaleAQt8Ett 33. Articles for Sale POOR PAI AUNT HET 46. % Houses for Rent 51. Houses for Sale I II0UIPS> J-bedroom for Sa.L! tr*M.::


&rntlntl&tnroRLANDO. ROUSES WASHED with team. and art Pe FURNITURE SPECIALS 4-piece CLAUDE CALLAN B ROBERT or 3 bedroom horn 15.BDRU let. ObakftHcit ft*
harmless to paint and pia. Jc Beery; walnut bedroom suits with large I QUILLEN WI Bu2 Park location for "Tena*
FLORIDA Steam BOOM WaahinCo.. .Pr tinder round mirror S-plcce .o .5. W
on y.nty. sl4m.p" I long WiU also furnish. D. D. ALTAMONTE IPGSLh I Brwk 33 W. '
8-3625.
PACK 12 FRL. JULY 4. 1047I ATTIC FANS All sizes from ta .. ..boa07 Riddle 21 K. Central dial 2-4631 or ZCTIO5-Nsat
HOOVER V i 48 w will 3 .d.t.t ebutrb. W.11' and mahogany front home 3 t choose fm! DR$ ;
AC CAN Sr Il make ebet d.en. Cash or terms. 56. 2 to 3 _1'IW. we
From Preceding ice. . of complete installation at turalhe. r
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Cont, Har.. Exchange 229 2-ROOM furnished. from $11.-
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e Church; phone I Willard Ter up. & 36 mOll. 81. .. phone 2-379. Adt COTAGEP.n. on. 1 We.tore I I room t. b.th. pree of these going N.r D..1 aaxtoq* & 4t
VO. .tr land Priced
j II. IVautr Parlor BOUSES W.B- Screen and' Block. Colonialtown; S136. GAS REFRIGERATOR Practically I: you have been dreamln-about mf.t pna.
41.1
. Lk bk paint job; new 5.4 cu. ft. ServeL 8190. Di- Two bedroom furnished .I 10kt. for. I per w O.a_
**WTtZ-lCAY BEAUTY SALON P .Uu .o.k ...at AIR CCXDrnOlRKO A(Ue*. I len set. giant burner Florence he.S 10DE kitchen washing a big house which 7f I 2-2. E. P.
hou.
$rCTorV .I. aWlU A J From room coolers up lane er: kitchen cabinet. Box machine sleeping porch. Located on ran afford to remodel at the 'DOBSDREAD ) fr'*je tttalow.

Mis HUd . A .r LOTS CLEARED ervie commercial Installation Orlando Before Sat. night. 1405 E. Gre matte.AY.OAS lake approximately 10 mile from I lag price. On a hard road 8 mile $ Hie PInt 19OX146 ft. wwBI
experienced P Sale & Service. ,608 N. Orante; from Orlando. Electricity fruit shad teNs Ud
rtred to* o.a Free any a Orlando. $100 per month '. tee I many citrus and
.u. 0959. STOVE-Four burner and oven. .1 ruDd term Mast jb*
4014. Phone easy FtreoJae
Phoo John Newton. Phone Winter ai plants.
1j wo IS. shrubbery
2-1& ACCORDION Ivory like Gas water heater. New 1500 Watt Pat 2-286. .ftr I I office .. apoeaoletodtamtjlasi
p.m. Alamoat b
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.UU IL1 MATTRESSES RZWOVATED new. Hawaiian 1. Herman' AC-DC Kohler light II.Dt fully auto . can Wlniter seen owatk sal rj
V.1 Home Offend
W2 O covered. in bright color-fast Loan Office. 27 Tmol.. matic. 1946 P. kicker FOR LEASE for one year. Small ;j . 8-8394.MaD."r poSsession t t IK**). See
a 8* Oil Inc* Comfort first, best of work used about four hour Harold home. 3 t4 acre out of town ew
..ISU Robinson
1 b.IUfu'lmled liuckel.O'Neal.Realtors. 118 OQtt>
.e manshlp. Rum Mattress Co.1122. W. i ARMY LK. '.n*. h.p. motor Brttt. phone 202. Winter Garden.I of and shade. E C. T. Bras Realty

"* Bu rA type* Church; 2-2313. I 1 .In-le Suitable for couple with two ; 2-3753 2316.DEAD
and RANGE-Lane ehU
20th GALE I.bl.tl dren. Only 20 minutes from I
,ra pecialty. Dial 4222. OFFICE MACHINES KEPAIRXD-Our 1f s. 2 .
I .bume.
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.. service cnaranteod. Check with Beaver. da..r.. APOP- of town Pl.c must be kept as nearas
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s E O placo 0 Oeono Stuart. 8. Main S&phonoFACTT : BICYCLES. 1900 Kuhl Ave. 8270. W.ler' Lk as it is now. Lease 840 AND ORWBC MAV**

.i5LA1zNT5$1&ctd:: or machlne- 5158. 1 I ka.OARAGE i per month. 4 10nth payable in advance BEVEY'SORE SECTION-For a I dream a fi

$4 UN 000flI $944 Jew*! BABY CARRIAGE-mayer. Uk.new. tic. You DOOR can open OPENER and -close Automa- plus Item-left herewith I .dlrlln.Un. delD.. lo I I for oceunancy. Two ln. .
,. H* W. 1 YOu reasonable amount of use. .D beautiful bath I
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.u. T.S7IMATES.-Color ncies- 8tr. doors without S ;
ever touching
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t after place can be Ih moem. 3bro cabinet spacIous living
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our yard display. Smyth
rea BEDROOM SUITE-8-Plece. Good by bed .
: Schools and Intirnctlon ded. U.t 6001. At Oldu'. condltioo. Telephone 7876. .. N. Orange and Lb Ma don't I..e Lawrence SaU. I room would reommeDde. fast rm. garage.
15 R.llo.d. want me to go Emmie is foolin' herself j Rt. 5. Box 567-A. Orlando. exell' de laws al and -
GALVANIZED WARE Tub Beautifully 1.
BICYCLE. condition. pall
boy's. excellent l.nda.1 crete Lifetime maaoSfl
AUTO $C)4OOL-L.Ta. drn. PLASTER PATCHING by an es.n $20. 105 Terrace Blyd. wash bUer.garbage cans, measurer into that deal with my again. All the exercise she 47. Rooms for Rent round. only. abmcled rowfc .
Iteto. ,I.n. ,f O..Do Hoe *, food Knox Rob't 8. Rue with Robert R. Tyre.Realtor a'ntt. .1a1 ..
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c. rp& T-6. Inter et aletol. 'brother Ben.
$ ) BUZ G buy: Ma says W. 6174.J pt.t.U.
Stores 25 E.
f..oi.caa a-3619 or a4879.ACCOOHTIWO emple"l rebut Pne. 2-3163. I'l. needs to reduce is to put AMELIA AV 614 E.-Corner 1 W.s.tl heater :
PATIO-0x12 room*, ceilings and with 42 GASOLINE LANTERNS also 1 and 2 i come out with my money 1st !or pr.." entrance; convenient to :a

NeSiflOerthI. lush .a 12 1d flat oil. Low lowboy D.. 2-tD. Benderson Ph. burner camp stoves. Knox Store I her hands against the table garage. I. FIlL approved and &r.dl
gclxrl. interoauooAl Correapon.nurr rt.'ltron. T.r If desired; b County 6412. Wilbur-by-th-Sea. Daytona Co.. 25 E. Pine. Phone 2311.G gone, an' Ben's wife will ST. 121-Lake Lucerne. BEVERLY SHORES distinctive 3- for civilian or OI 14. C.I W
School Veterm aP.f. L.fVRw .. Rel.nd: 2-28. Beach. Fla. ." and back. AEICA bedroom tile bath home on a.beauItiful ter P.rk 2M-MX: o

*. .0.B 2974. . 21. PLUMBING REPAIRS-Bill Kin Phone for BRIDAL SET-1 lane. 2 small diamond RGE"Gr.nd nth. . .bt per-now ;.1 have a lot of new clothes. push 87 5 and eol.810.attractive guest .om.; I I I I of lare plot In t 111.bbrho I 2041 day.. AT*. Open for Inspectionevery

HIGH 8UL11 "I b.b 505 prompt*. n.r.at. np.a en..men' r.. 3dlamondwedding available Blb, Hardware. 102 I' AMELIA AVE., 710 E.-2 large bed- j i with .UDCUOI c Lr.e Yl. extra
R.Sd.n. Ornd. platinum W. Church. :
a Wtb 12 I rom and twin with living 1 nice living porch A value. I
a' 33. Articles for Sale 34. Articles WantedI :
Bchol. Text I veddinc band. 9 chip diamonds.- 850. room : II
) .m HEATERS-OU bnrnlnf. All size I ___ _____- __ b.tl Permanent. Maid. i considering all factors, con close
No elDtptoma.. Free 536 W. Central. From 875 up. Orlando ApplianceCo. 88 5 per . 2-O11S. I (DP I I.a
American b C. PLUMBING SUPPLIES.-InitallaUonEverrthlc complete 210 N. Oranfe Ave. Phone 4537. I PIANOS-Used upright. 850 t 8125. l iwE PAY highest cash prices for old .treton. I.Uoa eOlyeDel" .at. Large lot. U
B 0.0 BUNK Maple; CONCORD AVE.. 641 W. Nice cool ; .
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BE Or will rent at $5 diamonds and diamond Jewelry In Cal 1e offer. Hermn .
N. 90. monU. Rob
11. for and kteBaD.llUoa West Yale Avenue.mattress. '4. 1 I inson Music Co. 503 pr. 133. any condition. City Luggage 'DdJ.w.lry room close to bus .lP. Telephone e..tord with Robt L Pdo R..I Ie..D. 677 N. Orange; leSS
UAL kOTAT* LAW and MaU 36 b.U HOIST-2 boom*. 2 1.14 operated Co.. eor. Orange a' 234.CLSE I tr. N. O.n. 2-596. **-
Pneanuea Broker Libby Jonth . 711 BUILDING FELT-3 30-lb. 1! wlcc. complete cable. PAINT-First trade outside hOll, Cu.chWE IN-First floor. Well fur- I With -.Deal With EAST SIDE wrow ; o y ..U
HOMO ._ .. avail- do.a. a rolL Cover 148 10. ft rls. and lower and can boswlveled. J.II&$4.50 gal. One coat BUY used furniture. Can us before : CooL Lake front. 309 i "Pryde." slecptn porch. One ..and
S able..0 .U. .n ; I W. Sylvia Street. I HOle.8195. Boiler Chevro paints. 1340 gaL Arnold eWD,. Orlando Furniture Co. .llhed.*Ave.CONCORD E I built home Nicety ,,;,

.eat & BOAT-Cypress. 12 fU and trailer. I II let. 11$ . Faint Store 407 S. Orange: 2-3786. No. 2 Store. 615 W. Church, phone AVE.. 119 E.-Nice room I" CITY Lul). Modern 5- I ty.priced *tI *t 89500.: 271.. _

, iiTrayrllnforinatlon:: Very food condition. 505 HarwoodAve. S 2-883. close to R desirable. room construction. 3 I. o.Me
FIFE CUT and tr.de.s your sosctflcaUon. HOME FREEZERS-Kelvlnator. now Summer rat tw s. .ll Large screened porch. Garage $6.500. EAST SIDE Oood 3-bedroa-":
.lrd. & SupplyCo. I i Kelvlnator 35. Fuel Oil and Wood Allen Johnson Realtor N. Or- sighed home. 86700.
BOSTON. MASS.-Uavln* July WHIZZER MOTORS One available at Bumby H..d.are. I 14
63O W. : ph. BICYCLE Reals'* d
118. I angc: balance easy. Roper
wanted. nl. i
Ono passenger l.r. 'rlw Ph.147M. FACflTNO-To that new fallen t.l.you 125 me.see the I Dp.rm SALE full tank is safer. CLOSE I-oL p.lnt. Near I'' 8612.uSPI.IID. Home. and Main. 2-3433.
FUEL b.lh
ta*. 8**. .n.D" nlle new blc especially HOT WATER HETE.electric; electric RIO OnA Grlli 644 COLLEGE PARK-Rooms are larger
Winter Park. look let u paint you now. for Whlzser Motors. Can be so. electric t.Da 802. Have your tank filled. uDble. W..DoCE (i I tl.D average in this modern 3-bed- :;, EAST SICK Close to = floe-
by boat or eftanley P. Cnrtla. Bonded. Contractor. seen at Whlxxer Motor 602 N. I Wilson ro.st. Hardware. 316 8. i W* have a of used radios Ingood A larger insures heat on coldest 1' home. Closet sri large and {;: Beautiful 3-bedroosa .
iAJI'I i playable been u Each car- mornmts. McGraw Fuel Oil Service. IN room. Near the lot ha place attic fan.
2310.PLUIO Orange Ave. 24687.BAROMETERS Orange Blossom Trail. Phone 2-2187. D.I.bl 75t trlta. Oa* i
nat an. SERVICE-West Central | rjs a day . *. Priced from and Apply todayat 2 I Ii porches. : :
118 .. Central; &'$ & Beatlnc Co.. 15 N. Thermometers -. I HOE REELS A very sturdy wheel 815 t 8 10.Ao..d 37. Fertilizers and Soils 39 East Amelia. i for.. 811.500. te p.d. .ttc. ;2carapartment 6. ::
take Busi Knox Store I A
.. 15. to operate.
Can sires. 810 to easy
lDIMAUS-M.D. Bryan. Day 2-238. Ni.ht U3. ___ A Flord. e5 CLOSE IN-Double and room* len John.ol Realtor 140 N. "' also
.. telepbonoIWt. Equipment. 390 Co.. E. Pine. Phone 2-3163. .iD.l
PAINTERS AVAILABLE-Fre* I.U O.De. Store 143 H. Orange Av. COLD SMOKE-Keep garden at 634 Magnolia j 861 "SpeclaUrtng In Homes." Shows by '1Itee Ba
.U 5454.BTM handtype ou j I
m.t.Arnold Paint Store. s Per- HAIR CLPESPoealoD& I II Pbol. 530RP and lawn pat free and healthy. I. CASSELBERRY Azalea Lodge. [COLLEGE PARK-Modern 2"Ol'bun.aw. i I Broker. 531 } O. -

Marine phone 2-318. T In Ru.tPf free elPI.. 1.75. The safe cu .,. 508 American Plan I Tile bath; atub.d .. 3THER ST.C.rilef :
iii- Hauling and Hardware Brol..enDr. Hote .ldl. hor. IllS -
( ,
all eolor. L. cot Curcb. fifhint hurting I Ied S rooms porch .
PAINTINO.-.Wsterproofinl; mu estimates. 2323 I 63. t a.a1 'tte t'.tt tlmkh. .
BOT 6. 10. 20. Park. 9174-W. I with t
Thoro STiUm.Porehec. WATE HT1 Bbr P.tt. *
TAW LUTES. onry aurfac N. Or.na dial 6546. Orlando black top toil fin and kIcbe1 .89. JfcK i
D-.U' terms C. P.
A aaoven of dor.. window .clne. fencing. 3 Co.. e.p.cL.. IIT8Rlcl full loads. WriteH. T CLOSE IN-. cool corner room; f fi .. R.ltr i Bind C. .
.bl. .o BARB N. Orange 23282.COLONIALTOWNClos.. in.
: Ctoe
N. J. A WOVE W. Appl.lce Ie Oral your EAST BIDS '
au.* W.rbu. Bnd.d. IMur. 1452 Also Feed CATQI rof. A. Bray P.O. 102. Lcckhau.Fla. i: suitable party. SmitUacln ,
..rUt,.* &.. PAINTING AND HANGING 300 ..tplu. Aco. Phone Av. Plone la. ue 1. per .a Phone Co. 33-R-12. m" rate. 332 E South St. to and tlM home wa
PAm Store ICE CREAM PLANT-Complete; all stores. I Las EolJ
dutaaco _I". 54-41 W. Jackson Quality .ld c n. Gldd l. GORE 2-bedroom frame : ;. *. L5L
a3184.ACME 1 m.ler& worlmel.1medlt 583. or part. M Freeter. 2 hardenIn ROLL ROOFING of all weights. POULTRY MANURE-.815 per ton. 81 I : .om 2-bedroom frame bungalow. I with liberal term
m. rhott Rnle. Rd.r.nc tU- i BEDROOM SUITE 8-pc '128.t. boxes boxes; steam AI per sack delivered. Fairvilla Poultry rates floors, tub and > Realtor 3 W. WaahJB8 *fe- -
and imitation i ob.s'rer abowe. I
DELIVKMY aVIC&b Cnl. 14. i Moore Furniture Co. t CUne steriliser etc. No reasonable offer !i' phalt shingles and Farm: phone 5927. Kitchen privileges. j Term tz Bryant 16.. I EAST SIDfc-Convenient ..
-and ..a. PI' RADIO INTERCOMMUNICATION.Inst Park. refused. 149 N. Orange.ICE i siding. Mi. Nebrak. I HRWOD AVE.. E.-3 blocks N. >II Herman Goodwin Inc.. Broker 677 I' town shoo an especia 3L '

Ico a... Pb all Dome and repair and car Also ro- BAT-II ft-. and trUer. 810O. BXmet.L 5 Ibs..; I REFRIGERATOR food -Electric. used.GusMadden' In I. 38. Plants, Flowers and Seeds Lke . Large cool room, N O.n. 9855.I r I I tlal block noose with iO5' S. I -
pun on
AaJtO rdo ... Flor radio cODdlton. Ou.rntd I Im-1 a1CSPiI4PS'
cL ; CLOSE IN Can into
YW .. Bros114B Park AT 0.1. C.uelbn. I be made one Iro 2 bedroom .r. :
Call rn.r 1. ida. Phllco. New 100 size chicken brooder M.wnol. AZALEAS cut artistic table ORANGE AVfc.. 420 S.-Home of r income home 14 ins room. r. and -
Storage service for Ire I Wla.r P.rl: Ih. 61' oil heater, circulating; other Items I I I RADIOS. with for all fo.er. fort and ab I A reasjnJt&szM
Sr a CAMP Just received a ; P. dl.1 decorations. rooms; quiet cleanliness I IIrnai 6 ;.bc not Just ins on two alrMt. .
estimate .. local moving. aurace.porkiac. large STOVE. Bumby priced to ..u 610 FIrst An. Mt. late $ intne.lB. Ann's Florist. (Formerly :;/ Home prlvlele.RUln.ble Ideal Valuable plot of I '
fUI and ablpplni. 1400 I ROOF LAD REPAIRED: Prompt 102 W. Church. Had.ar Dora. I I & i. Service Station corer 64 E. Central; 4643. f :r I round. 100 I ft. Many ways to '

a. Dne l '"'. .nkl I i ICE type com- {i, Boone and Jal.ol. Ph. 23320. : ORANGE AVa. 473 8.-Large make this property a money maker. 2-083. loS -. r rEAI
: Service. pboao i 2.2.aop CANVAS U BAGS. button type. CNTAIER.mp RUGS. FELT-27x52 special CALLADIUM. HIBISCUS. Surlmsm fully furnished. 4 windows bautI May we show you? George F. Bra, : btocktSo: ;
fWaDEY R 98c. Her c.rII' IDcb 1 cherry marigolds, zinnias. S2 "
and haoUnc.very mans Loan .2:11.10.. Church. I i I Knox Stores Co. 25 E Pine. I this week. Orlando Co. C J. 1 bath In lovely home. very Realty Co 19 E. Central. 231S.rLoi' 3-bodroomV '
load reasooatOo O.tC. and 615 W. Church. Wiiam. 1411 E. COI.ore Ave. Breakfast privilege la
ID rt .8.25.1! 141 In room. PAK 5-room frame homo.
2311.IL i .e
; I lit Ftoral CAMERA-2*i."s3 .". Busch. I RUGS. Large assortment. i CROTONS-Just received truck load. ST. JAMES HOTEL-South and !I b.t. ol nor.I Lane room 2 laiK

niLrok-: .TRO. CO.- aUAI S-125S. man. 4". ".1.3 Zelsa .LOLUM-Inat.l. WOL Co.. 141 and 25 to select from price range I lind. Summer rates. I 1 attached garage ventilatln t.a FU14 .

l..pa la..& W.Compur .huttr. '1. 26792.PeI 2501 Edgevater Drive. Telephone 615 Church. $2. Also punk trees orange I, week up; doublet. C.I 9253. : I II '8.95. Ask for H-T74. H.rOV... 1 See thi*. Call F 672 N. t%
Y.t. Realtor 37 E. CentraL 613' .
Cbtca40. Jasmine teberas I II ie& Boland.
F.
\
R.lt.
CI. 2-121. II s GROCERY eUIl ..I.pr. d.il. YMCA-Attractive rooms for young .
City July tl POS 2M lot free CSTE .EY-S" KEROSENE RANGE-Florence. porcelain. ; eu. heavy duty i tuberous I men. Single or double. and i CONWAY SECTION.-5-room home on I CarrUaa B1. -

.. MtUnato. 1.10 RADIO RARL"GD aU m.ke. UOI L.n. Otfe. 27 Perfect condition. Call in .. '595. Restaurantracge. : 1506 E. Colonial Drive Orlando, F.. I Call 80C6.I I 11.1 I'n with Income from cottage I EAST_2-bedroom pnwar conventesWTtaxea. icVZrtion.
X>OllXNBlMia S moTln*; and Street. W'I: 23. Mrs. 8169.50. Deep fryer. 1:1.10&85950 with terms. Ross Moat city
._.. cratlnc. .a&. A combination-satis! ., cuaranteed. CASH REGISTERS Florida Caa Ln..o. MOD. 8189.50. 22-cue ...t.atC : FUNERAL flowers UtSlGNS a specialty. Cut. I I} WAL ST. 155, with K. Exceptionally II Broker. 375 N. Or- Make eff r. atgt..r..*CfM. *
LUMBER tide water red and or without
cent DI Loot Du .rt,0. Radio Service 356N. RetUter. Ohner Atents. .a. -Rough 1 random cy "95. 9 cu. ft. deep freezer, 350. 75 Jo's Gardens eon.le 2319 w.ddlga.Pun vate rom.. pn aneet 6823.CLNTW. FAIRBANKS AVE. 2 MKs* f ;
1 3. 1 4. 5.
8943. ice. supplies. 220 8. press. x x z OrEe. rtu. h
Wml' K$ D 4M Or 885. gaL gas water heater. 21450. 6x7 phone 21721.SRRUBBEn. SraaD bom Liveable as
lengths. 895 per 1000 ft. at
&18TAMCC MOVING REFRIGERATION SERVICE Commercial CABIN CRUISER-"Escapade." Owen bad cole with coil and com A WEEK-L..e. comfortableroom. I I Very attractive oa premises. :
LO 0 A factory. UUletree Winter ..lk-t . of Ilmb.
erallnc. local 'I and household repair 3Qto' deluxe sedan erle. pow Park. 598.LGHT Co. Ph $ In. ventilating system. 1 Large el.cUoD. t On bus lD 2-0938.- bUI..lo. 2 large bdrom .o. dO. 83S MO5 tIre I .

1..nt Pkll' Btorai Co.. Good work charges reasonable. Fertosoo .It Gray 6-71 8159.50: col s and compresorsby home. Muelrhiz 1'8 CHASE AVE. Winter P.rl- . ; dining-room; at *3 0O. .. .
t lit W. .N.n. P. $114.krv Refrigeration Service. Ph. 0752. Built h 1938 when they had the PLANT-Kohler. Fu auto York. Modern Appliances. UH3 Nurseries. II E PncelD. hot rooms with private nice screened porch; oak floors; .. 3. Daniel XlUr. 1I .
Practically N. Orante. i . single double. Low Summer closet and 1 711.
VAr.turnlni K. Y. ROOFING-Free 3 yean best m.t.r.1 and good labor. De. Ltc' I ; or I.ehe tarate: food I er. 206 8. ..11
& e.Um.t. Boat and excellent condition. model. Used 3 mOltb. 1.5' .tt. prettiest yards you've ever I
RIFLE Winchester model 52. 39. Livestock and r.l. :: SCTMe-4
points tait, Return to pay. Work lu.r'Dted. 1 I Supple
Untwd. 941 W. otb nue shinties or R Can be seen demonstratedat 110 Yolt. AC. Piced Culct Speed bl. Excellent condition. ; LOCATION bus line. i' seen with a lovely terrace. T1 w K SHOL .. 2 "* *?L:3tne ,
.b.t 8500. or 8639. P. O. COICE O
f... V. Y. Circle '. *ldln.. Smith lu' UI 4658HUOHEYS Sanford Boat Works. Price 1.00. Phone I COWS-Three; 2 Guernseys and 1 I and single 401 Hill- I 1.0 quickly at 10.50.0 h- water beats 1
:l. Box 429. Orlando.
Yo. Louie P. Hand. PO. Box 194. Jersey food milk cows. Also one crest phone 2-1936. easy terms. A.1 Benson I aad. 87J09.u SN
WAbTXO Jaly 10 and 12. GARDEN SUPPLIES I with Martle Realtor, 21 W.Washington electric .yo .
.1.. HOWJ RPAPo. DUPLICATING LAWN AND I young heifer. Harold phone WWI.I .
Orlando toPaoaaga MCHE.n on your old radio help )Brtt I
to
load front
rt t eena hose, PD.bluff.KL
.n 1d 'I Lawn mowers RDIOSLt 202. Winter Phone
a new. .prlkr O.d.n. 47-1. Rental IL 10.
handsome Agencies
or Including ; Dtt. .o .
A 1. ) be.U yelll.t. . complete line of hand le. 1.1l I 8E01-2 '
port load 12 Itfroat All work Call S21. 1d 1 Ph Hardware Co tl.. Orange modeL Generous cash tr.d.t COW-Fresh young cow second calf.JerseyGuernsey I .4" ChZ15N5IReal
Parrlsh
. .u.ratee. .Ik.
Ft. Orlando .pointsis BUGS UPHOLSTER -2374.DIE Ave. Phone 2-1841. .20 ance. Liberal terms. Suther 19. Roc War LANDLORDS win supply you COLLEGE PARK Just completed Estate. tl. .. ..... \
betwieav Fidelity Btorac* A ENGINES and power 232 N. Ave. .now-'I nero 8. M.kh.t Castle. desirable tenants tree Gt ehare.nd three bedroom seven room homeon
C Expert .0.k.DP. fast service. and ..Dt LAWN MOWKRb-"P and N." proven Or.nl obligation. Just phone quiet friendly street near Pnce
W.nb C. .41.4 Olar.nt motro I. .me.P' fo .rcallu.1 Pipe St t- quality. W. stock the parts. Bum vecsncy. Gardner Real Estate Agency. ton School and Lake I..DM. Con
.t.U.UOI. Forid. SuPPl RADIOS Crosley and Fada. PIGS-Phone 660. PARK 3-Wr-
2-21. KeDI. Co. W. : phone by Hardware. 102 W. Church. Comol 29 S. Court St. Phone 2-4481. I crete block bul' b,i ilone LANCASTER
1\ 1*. S.nl Offered BLIP COVERS-Mad. order. 60 Chach 118. type and table models. Al pr-I' of our most reliable cypress *tdtn.. weBb.nsalow. .d
if t I DEW ALT POWER SAWSAo Park LIVING ROOM SUITE Lane chair tables. Bumby Hardware. PASTURE-For horses reasonable. WE HAVE RENAL3 service wlU like bller. AU for aaJr 57190. 1M .
AOYXCI TO BCTLDtRS-And Supply year h.m. prefer R.aDable planer Mall d. L'.nmet.1 dinette ..reed rocker and t.b. Churh. 1V s miles west of on traded chane. Oadnn R&E.. 2 house ennta. .but $t1 I Mark with Loal OeeottB. BtaHof. 143
etoouon*. Mr. at P.tat.Pbl. Witr P.rk lathe J. D. . fireplace and iron act. ,.IW. South Court Street. Oe p1ie. It
.1.
IreD 2UI4LAKE
M 'I Hospital road b pens. C. i Ii 5. Call Reggie Mat.' with O. P. M. Main;
ctUe
doors sewing machine L
and Hebta ka.ALUS Mount Dora 3753. le le.; lee Click. Realtor After of-
8wop.
and 6
INSTALLED Yale.
SEPTIC TANKS tric 47
SERVICE; and DOORS special le. 48. Hotel Rooms I II II t
fc. c.1
CU cleaned. approved. 20 yean wdc. eblet BULL SERVICE We also 2-08.
power waita. at.t and Get LUMBER Everything in building ROANS I 411IIII ....
FRO' -
.*"n, Haeao Machinery e. la bl.A..I.. Can 6730 or I .UI and Nebraska. Uem lumber and .o Colonial Lumber. SAIL BOAT82) 18 ft Sloop for I, .Phone Winter Park 52I HUGElY ST..432 H S.-Hotel C.rl COLLEGE PARE.-2-bedroom. living with 110 ft. frosteD oa .. bottomed I

W. $m* ni *>. 1.21) 01 DOORS-Windows.- western made; Cheney Ph. 2-14. sale. Cost nearly I t' ton. Rooms priced at 86 ad I room, dining bath kitchen lake. 2 acre* wMk MO ... I"
T 40. Fet Stock and rom
AWNIMO*: a rcb. earY.U SEPTIC A and CLEANED hauled; everything P. 3.Burke. -. largest stock In.Central Fla. Can LIVING ROOM SUITE Maple. 2 950. Will sell for 8295. Se Supple weekly. screened porch, . garage gsa In* citrus tree 4 mttT Electri
blinda. b. seen 2200 Onnde. piece. Also kerosene oil heater; Saturday and Sunday at 1027 EOLA HOTEL-Summer rates floor furnace. Completely and nicely re1rt&era.D. tad hot water
1."nL.1.1 052$. Florida. Awnlnc insured.. hr.DeD&. Box resident 231: Inde 1 S R P reasonable. Ph Wtte Park 1891 water Dr.SEWING CANNED HORSE MEAT service.for pet 1VIbe. *.. t L prevalL Complete hotel service.Dining furnished. A very livable home andclean heater mctaded at tllaM. C. P. ,
: Cooked and ready to
B. Hathey.ACrTYLCNK . ROlt. 2-1a or 1057 inside and out. Realtor. !. K. Orat
C. ] 22310.DRh made of white pine. 33c. Brownie' Kennel Shop. room open &mel; 2-113. Barlow G. "re. 8nmmw

$ and eWlrta TREES DE0. ue.kB. chairs cabinet LWNMOWER.rdeB hose; rakes; Magnolia at Marks. rick 118 N. Orange dial I 1 _2-3283._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
.. .IIr down. m.De. B.u.b 8crea A Co N -". Beach RentalsSEA -If treat live la t- on
freojhome.
work on Orlando t LAKE FTtOWT-
.- .prIDe. SmyU Lubr O.I.Deo"
.
Kribble and doc
-rd _uu.. a .525V 8. P ty. Jdute..o.orl.150 W. Washington r.d. DOG remedies FOOD.and supplies.X-cel Orlando; I" I tract 300 ft. laIn fro*****. $18.-

.1..h.and Iru u.t... Wel TREES PALMS T ad. 8t.DRIKO METAL THRESHOLD-Metal trim in MACHINES Factory re- X-cel Store. Dial 2-3524. CHURCH ST.. 203 W--rot home 500. Herman Good***, toe.. Stoker.
K.I.. moved. BDded 1. Smith. LumberCo. but guaranteed like .new; port' 'De bath. LS Three 577 N. Or****; 9J or 6w>0.

.ArrUAMCC 1M.* .n&KPAIRXD Fan*. ln atr. .phono 21147.DFHOLSTXRINO FUAKeIYI.tr.'Itm.Ue .BIb7 Hd- y.rlou.. N. p.ttr.. .ld Railroad.MENDEL . console. Al Wiggins; 6247. DOBERMAN children. See Pinscher Harold Bitch M. -Brut Dislikes or ISLE APARTMENT HOT er. 2-1342.trees; fr" trees. Call own LAKE FRONT-Beauttfal 4-be roMBbuntklow.

Ph. SIM. -Slip Church. 3-burner. Side Large well toodscapH
.h.-&lr. ..lI.I Cburth.AXAB14 Ishlnc. Wo e. enr rdm. .al.DINETTE Porcelain LUGGAGE Shock-Prnf STOVEKeroeDe.tOi. Kerosene ice box. telephone 202. Winter Garden. Oocn for summer aaaD. New.modern .. I COLGE PAK Modern 5-room lot with Ideal sand beech. teN ewt-
.
Artcraft 418 W. SU&p. PUPPIES AND DOGS for .doP fully all etty coovealences. -
6 ft. Can be Friday Saturday ol.Orl.Ddo "upp4 burnIshed side city but has
CLOCKa IU>AtRKO Aay Jor.tr. I top. $ '. Co. edge exclusively at Herman's. 27 and eompletel
Central. Mor. 1rt1n Humane Society. 21 Including aU eeeit
or 2 mile 2bd.om or
W. Church.MATTRESS. or Sunday. Becker's. southof I Elllelee. appliances. Will tire term
kind clock electrio .n Collet P.rt.I .
o ,11 Bumby phone 7228. hours 2 to S Screened .
.ent. .fix UPHOLSTERING and slip coven Showboat on S. Orange Blossom .c prch. attached garage. 4 smaller home la trade. White Jro
.nntb. a.t.R EGG with steel Trail. week days only. dlfer lt. Catering to and Large lot. Allen Brokers 824 N. tOtf- J-18W.
Bbop. ta fit. they are I BET .t.IDe. l.m. JObDOl
They
peJT Ctr.b"I ia. oree. and sprints and I Rates-Daily. Realtor 140 N.
d..her. Stn Slon, TROPICAL FISH Beautiful clentele. Orange; 1Oecr8
and Many -
1.5 A home
AFFUANCK aiRVIC&.. laaa.waabera to cbooao Run. pat"r .. Pne. Phone 23163. twin beds. 835 or trade doubl SUN. SYST.It.G.. Electric ampli- platties at lie $ h'br weekly and month. 100 Broadway. "Specialising In Home. 112 LAKE- DAVIS heavenl SECTOR Pram 1940- baaolew
'r. ecb
radio .Pl- W.ttn e box .pr. with lets and m.tuc I dozen. C. Bill, 1226 .. pr Daytona 1. CLOSE IN
oil lamp W. 2-221. ENLARGER 2V x3L. Feer.1 813 Court. 2-4306. I'record changer. Herman' Loan Office. Bed Splendid 3-bedroom bnntalow. In top condition beaUffly deco
A..MI. lens. 835. 27 W. Church. very nicely and fully fur rated. Ha 2 beoreona and den.
._ Flrk .p CatdweUaad VENETIAN BIUa Ilk* new. .IU 2-912 123 MOTOR BIKE TOPICAL FISHES-Largest selection
Whiiser
.i. de luxe.
1211 &.MI..t Dr.Co- Lowest prcn. .nt Call T.u. New demonstrator.- Schwinn bike. I i SOUND SYSTt us demonstrate t Orlndo area. AQu.rt. I nled Garage. LDdaP.*11.&OO.. large screened MvtM porch, nk fin"
.
leee .. phone 1-1171.. Adam P> Or ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR A-l extra License and title. Condl111 and the pump. fos. books R.ltn. place, furnace wkth Mr
condition. at 610 West A Exeentone Inter-Corn system for office Coster. 138 49. Business landscaped grouses with batbeese
BULLDOZXB URV1CI Clearint.r I.n.r. S Or.D absolutely top*. Chrome plating. .1.uPpUc.oft Lawrence Ave Rdle Rental I I FLIcK pIt attached larat Per detain en
Business Equipment An. -
efficiency. Fla. Excellent
WI CLOJ loca
b ioa and cradinc. Ales REPAIRED lt. mile worth 8225. Pint 8175 '
p.sSuck WAIHO WCHJ Tete- nil crtnapsonBtaton.
!
and palmetto t.ks. Ftaono A 1.1. services .D ELECTRIC STOVE-Automatic. See cash takes S. Can be seen Sunday Co. 390 N. Orange. Phone 5454. ter Park. I DESK SPAC-J large ofce. ,, toD rooms; (Includes 2 bed this outstanding Metealf va BWf. 'b.n.
a I and .
4421 after o p m.SUILDI .kk .nlc. Caldwell and at Millers Paint Shop. 145 W. 10 to 2. Estabrook. 936 W.Colonial TYPEWRITER-Royal portable like 2-482. d.n. completely furnished Realtor
r.1713 Edu.atr Dr..Colitis Park. Fairbanks Ave.. Winter Park. Drive.MOTORCYCLE1942..H new. 100 W. Washington 41. Poultry and Supple I OFFICE AVAILABLE In new office :I ; tellde china table and 5159. _ _
>O noMia
MOOO 9.S. kitchen ,tWsewwhite
building Second floor. Prominent Venetian blinds On LAKEFRONT
.r
Street.
2.1.1 ELECTRIC FANS 8-inch. Orlando
rita or Ol. . Harley-David- I II
I Urge lot attached roof- COMpletely
BABY. PuUorum Only 850.
U. S. location. Parking In rear. garage. See frame house. UfettaM
Gardner JUal btate. 29 .Court .& WASHING MACHINE REPAIRSService Furniture Co.. 141 and 615 W' son "45." Good condition. 8250cash. TYPEWRITER: latest model Woodstock ed CIC. or future tn I no lease Bldg 672N. i i I Moriorty with Jo* O. Real urnishee atee electric "tchen.refrtterator. .
Church. 'lk. de Me.
.b. 34481.ZANU'OAND. oa l.b. all work 1226 Dl.D y St. : standard; used 3 monl. livery. Imed.le supplies. rQure. C.nlln. I for, phone 888L venottaa blinds.! lssDdZl
PRL.O Caab na.Dt. Al WI.I ,. 2014 E. ELECTRIC IRONS.-"G. E... -Proctor. MASTER IRONER by "Amtron.." 8130. 1900 Kuhl Ave. Dial Orlando X-Cel Stre.pul"2-3524. Or.DI lb. -for tub Attached gtt 75x241: ft. tot

sad carry MT yolaoney. 1.I.y ." "Dnn.L" Also travel table model Bumby TILE your bath and kitchen t rustproof BABY CHICKS Tuxedo Stora. OFFICE SPACE ID'I-r. 65 ft. in lake. 89NB. terms. Weir System. '
I WATCH AND JEWELRY RIPAIR-di.: Irons. Co. 23 L W. Fee Aniabl. July 1st. EseUeD' Ia .
Brtatr .clothe*. h Ectc Fermatlle; free eatm.tu.Central U. S. approved 2-0991. I 628 E. Fine: 4641
partment. Pickup and delivery Church. Ph. 5188.ELECTRIC tetd
CTeaaer 101
Senor li at.CARFKNTXIt'WOilK MAIL BOXES-City mall 35c Florida Sales 0.- 606 W. Church phone TRAIL Near LANCASTER PARK J> *
service. Reasonable price. Another bsw 2-281 BLOSSOM cNJr"-
Dial 6546.VENETIAN ORANGE
EtadaT ante. I
Of all MOTORS-New and up. Knox Stores 7336. eomstnetion.
bungalow. FT **
/ : Co. Cement block building *
service at E
repair work _IIM. .ddltkrn a. Orante. NcJo., 23186.* Pharmacy. 125 motors with pulley: 825- { Pine. Phone 2311.MOVIS BLINDS days delivery DUCKS-White Muscovy. See Harold with City .Lmi. ft. floor space. Suitable Modern 3-bedroom bungalow; front bedroom, nice tart kitchen plenty
*. roottn ATO.CLA Farm & BOo Machinery Co. : Why buy cheap blinds when you M. 4141 and rear porches. Garate with cabinet Garage. sear boa and *t ..
o om. for the home. New Pa Winter Garden; phone business. P.O. Box I
Y rock WU DRILLING-w. specialize t W. travel can set the best for just a few cent 202.N. Brit any laundry. Just a short shop I 87350 term SaN Jobnsoa Co_ 208,8,

R-.uT- ; diameter deep wens. 2" 2Vi ELECTRIC.WATER SYSTEM Cm I '.e.eltve Shop; emc.. mort Made In Orlando by . Orlando. and movie. Owner u'Jr rigid Main., .__ _______
Can Install well and pump B..ta. ph. 2-O455 H. U. S. controlled SINGLE j Inspection. - -- -
Work caoraateed. Bamby 4> BUmpaon plete: cheap. 2551 8. M : can 3-1515. Edtewater Dr. RiDS PUOI OFFCEFumlhe Dw i Everything in A-l con LOCKRART Horn and bearing
fa Fboao K37. plan. or 1rt F. F.Ped' Orlando. Lk. Wo. Chick town. ReuDabl. rlt Bx dllol Property if and clear. C
costs
best
VENETIAN rIght. --MI-
6. OVENS.tor oil stove Stock include BLDTe 1 Co. *4 mile of 1 S-Star. ] ".nd substantial If'' arove. Price I* -
Ln..O. r. Phol. no W. H.h- : mortgage. Real Estate, 30 E.
more
Drive-*ara, ELECTRIC MOTOR-75 HJ 3 one and two-burner t Bumby CeIU.1 way 17-92. Mowrey with Roe
I i ii
Located
i-rR WELL DRILINQ-We an equippedto P Orlando. Ph. 9558. STORE ROOM-Street you are looking-See this Sunday."
alepa. Rracoaable.Tblrty phase. 220 volt; complete with Hardware 102 W. I IVEgf or. dlour..e Church. 8415. ) drill hallow and deep well TURKEYS-Young ; East Washington St. one. We will like A.k.ID .
Any starter. Rome MachineryCo. tende .d.ht i at 805 I II bU"e It Beautiful
rear* s. Pros .u ill Pr and OIL Custom built. ] 10 to 20 Ibs. price LAKE HOLBW SHORES
up t* Id. No water no pay. 430 STOVELr. FrDcc. 5-burn- Pout. eggs. WAREHOUSE sal orlease 13.50. with
C. Wlater Ellua.e spaCIOus
Puck ft. Five-day
I
per sq. modern
".1. I. "uY Nothing pay. RoblDon. er, le mattress D. Wilder Jr. Farms; SPACFor small : new thoroaikly
for
d..D ler.prl' 691. a.ltr
CABINET AND MUXWORK to *po. Belmaey monl &Pump ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS 30 and O. Venetian Blnd. Co. 10.00 a. I inson; dial 1. Rob concrete aM tile buntalow eomHet-
cul .,..,. Central Lumber Rout 3. Winter Garden and 40-gallon; also gas 30caBonwater 'Prl'* ..Runable. A Rol.nb k Dr.; Ihone 2-167. TTJRKEYd SOc lb. H.th. eggs : mill : j;!I 2353.I ly equipped with every electric devil
la BUPII Brl blok. 20c. Poults
Co. .nl and Newra Rod.,Orlando. Fl*. Ph. 7087. heaters. Bumby Hardware 102 Highway . I VACUUM CANE- "Universal"with dial 'c. Poultry Located Fairbanks nr\ E.GabeU I of latest deals and furnished with
r.r Orlando and Winter Spacious' laws
W. Church. an Bumby H.d.e. I lovely fwrnnve.
CUNTRACTBUIWINO of new home* WASHING MACHINE PUMPS. electric deep and Owner. 19 ld neUhborhood. 88.300cssti
and repair ..and buildini _.I. Maytac REAA ECRIC FANS Just received ship Easy payments nothing.h.l.wel doW 102 West Church.W 45. Apartments for Rent Phone 8383.LEA8EApproximately. l COLLEGE PAK SECTION-S-room 170x136.and 863 rise month will handle
aay kind. T. .. next Colony our stock and little A CLEANER Witt modern per
as 85 I
"I n.a. t Theater. emp.r. .ld per month. I TERL sq. bungalow furnished this. See Mr. Wheeler with Harold
". .. J 1. : pn Winter Park 1. Smyth Lumber. Co. N. O "I". many Well Drilling & Pump Supply. surface. Will not hurt AMELIA AVE. 28 E.-Small TO of tround 35 ; attached garage: .1 : Shepherd Realty Co. 30 E. Wathinf-
driwf Railroad.ELECTRIC Winter Garden Rd 1 east of hands. 25c. SOc and 81. Smyth Lum .p.r It. for .tr. .pa ownei leaving will sell at once I 2-2629 after
UP Man
"CCiol ; me rent Very .. IN and : ton 8*. Ft e (1Z4 or
I tank: b 32. Articles for Rent PUMP-Red J.cke. 100 Orb Ylsta. Orlando; 7087. her Co.. N. Orange and . pree.be In. I.. ". frelrot Contact? ,' '8.950.0 terms A.I for Glen Schls- 6 proLAKE.

S .._.. IUr att Pr gaL tank. For WATER SYSTEMS-Complete stock in.AMERICA ST. 120 One efficiency Htrlow O. .y.l.bl., B.oke. 118 I' M.rle 'iHam.Realtor 21 DOl BfAllU NEoose and to
. N'I I
C. 7876. West
for farm 8106. I
home. Farm & Home
O : 'o FLOOR SANDER and edter also cabinet or and one 2-room apartment; share Orange. Dial : St Pbol. II come. 2 watt of 4 room each.
CONCRtT* 'EYIC&P rooTIdrlreway sender and floor polisher. ELECTRIC RGE- Apartment PLUMBING SUPPLIES Machinery Co. 430 W. Robinson Ave. bath: 1 each. I Abundant torste. 2-car earaee.I .

.. The Wytkeff Hdw.. 2524 Kuh. 2.283. size and .le4 For Imedl.t WASHING MACHINE-Easy. Practically CLOSE IN-5-room. twin I SO. Wanted to Rent I CLOSE E*- blocks "1 of Orance I Idl I Larc sa. See Well with Robt. L.Pryde. .
bet In ...ar workmauhlpand FLOOR SANDEI-Ldger end polish deliv-ry. APPU.lc.. I %". %". 1*. galvanizes pip (sold new. Sell reasonable. 234 and double f\he andbower I Ave. : fine 1 Re lter. 668 K. Grant; >-
For 428 N. Orante Ave. with fixture Oclethorpe. .
only) telephone 5987. e
c.w.L furnished. Young
r MU.. AU new. Arnold Tolet. b.t ( electric kitchen; cool and APARTMENT. rorml :
e. .
P.t Stn tub I
.n. a k.c 1710 8. Orance. 1-3786. ELECTRIC FANS-Several type atKelvinator lavatories sinks. I comfortable. only. 835 per couple both working. Call 5008. Income Joe I Buy'Wtth Confldenc*-Deal WithLO7tO'prj
Co. trimmed. Harper Adlt with Ross "
.h.aa. Plumbing Co. (Res.)
'SJ.
a Ccn. DeptBumby I week. 418 S. AnderD Pryd*."
FLOOR Bad..n. 1137 Apt. APT. 4 rooms, furnished garage. I
American 8. Orlando Ave I I 375 N. Orange; ,
oU. W fort 8ADERe. 102 W. Church.ELECTRIC Winter
WELDING 623.I
C-na '.. D. rates. Phone P.k SUPPLIES CLOSE IN Two room furnished Adults no pet*. O a yearly basis. Wefl built 5-rooia
"Dn noon C. R. Barke. 1805 Run.bl.. 78S1. IRONS-Automstlc control 498MPREORE psrtmrnt. Newly 230 Box 102 I I CLEAR LAKE SECTION-Modern cot- home. screened Porches wide tot.
d'lf.a, walk .1. For : Universal. Proctor 20O Amp portable welding W. decor.ted SSta.APATME"T I tste. $2750. 81000 cash. Roper 2-cit garage. Mmtly firnifthea.
south
outit. St. HOUSE Unfur-
FLOOR 8amlI OR :
ptles 8-0355. DunhamConcre SANDERS-Two; new. Two Realty. Church and Main: 2-3433.
Mum.ca Bumby Hardware. 102 W. Complete welding supplies In "ok. resi Phone 47. Sammie FraacUco, Realtor
edcen and two polisher for rent Cueh. COOKER. P.et for Distributor of Lincoln welding ma- CLOSE IN-New unfurnished 5-room nlh.d. ; prm.neD' COLONIALTOWN houses at the _ _ _ _ _
EASY
t
reasonable rate Smyth Lumber sac Bargain 5-plece only. Phone 21961. children Il & "
DKY CLEAN1NO W. employ only C. Orange must JOK r.n. e.Da. : S chines and ro. H. R. Willit ms Suppiles. .p.rmcnt. Adult I' price of one. Gopd location. Lot 4 rooms -
per1onred and R.lloa. 70U pr. 1> ple. drop leaf 811 2-4817 or 5566. LOCKHART--Near.
.11 belpt sad B. Concord. breU.a et B..h St. Daytona lze. 100x150. One 5-room and bathhouse 820O dow* 825
ahla. Try m*. UacDuffCleaaer TEWRIE For Rent-by day or : .om,1rDtur.. 332 W. Church; Beach. Fla. Ph. 2220. CLOSE I- 4 rooms and b.th fully t-iiouSE or eotaa. Subrb.D i and one 4-room and b.t per trictty. city. SaltIer bus. itt 3. Box.331C.
*. .. corner OUt EQu.ea' Exchange 9217. tarh.d. 2o floor. Call or COIt. Bo II S I Nicely furnished. This Is r.U igog
n>aatiid.) P1.OnI2I040.311CTRICA1RIPAmINo. ; a.elt. 2 8 Main: 74S. Star. bargain priced at 89.50O. S4.00O cash. I II
l. BEATERS furnished. Mr. Busch with Sam Butchin. 409 I LAKE CONWAY-Thi* 1* the place
Small
ECIC PLUMBING a I
SUPPLIES APARTMENT -
and nonaowtrln %, i *nd WINDOWS AND FRAMES-All sizes DUPLEX-For year' I .s 6 rooms
*. Can 4414. WillIs TYPEWRITER RENTALS 1 inch galvanized pipe with fix and types. Made to orde. Stand.ard upstairs apartment. Unfurnished or Mothe with 2 small chiden permanent 8. Orange: 20583.COLONIALTOWN you have been tookra for 3-bed
rVHrtf l Contractor. .1. monthly and Quarterly rate*.p Table top. 2-unol heaters on band.Nothing tures. Soil pip and Harper size in stock 85.75 pro 17th lightly furnished, 885. 308 E. Prince rsld.nL Please Sptc-and-span, room bouse furnished with extra
I7iThJUUPitOLTIluY..5efj with Oeorte Main do. 36 mont s pay. Plumbing ttUn.. Ave St.. phone 9732.WASHING 120 ton. and .Mrs. W. E. Tucker, I furnished 2 bedrooms T large Bvlnt room and fireplace. 3-car
1. 4 - phone 8158. atl.n 1 B & Libby & Fm.D 11 CucPASFre. Winter Park phone prie.. Mis*. porches.Iet. 83500 each, *ara with servants quarter Also
pieeo 4981 MACHINES 2
Merrymont Irene rwainwd
I with 1-car
.n. M guest cottage
EFCIEC AP.
. I .lreo lm.. raMo TUP TOOL RA aVI Paint I like new. Maytac and rbut. Wiatr 4th D. A-oa: HOUSE-Native Orlando reasonable. Roper Realty. $ant*. Extra room on rear. Outdoor -
r*.r. Repair Bhop. Ph. 21s '1..n .Dcba.e POOL ROOM EQUIPMENT Two Guaranteed for 1 year. C.ld.el and on I.f. ... R.. veteran with on. child desires 2- Church and Main; 2-3433. grin with covered pleat tM

iftTJana1Ndit3 and rocovered. p.e lo.ere flooring ,' of demonstration in your tables, ez. For complete det.l.I I H.r RP.1 Service. 221 Ed.- GARAGE furnished and 4 room bedroom 10ue or apartment. S5O CIGJ PARK-Modem 2-bom and beaches. Nearly 2 acre ta tract

Look and wear new .D I Y.D' To Rental. 100 ow wldo. esh.la' f.n contact 1 Stonde. A'be house .A. unfurnished. No I limit. or unfurnishedEel-. I prcl IY. rm wU with 717 it. lake fronUt Small
b pool Room. from former landlord.Woody
ntl.t t.n.
rlocoa. SuM Methods Plea 15. I c.a APpk. YARD erences rove of tangerine and
Modern PICNIC 12x3. children or 1329 29th SI.Hol- I tep"c fr. lit. 100 oraBCet.
1 TALSPur.
pt Sandy Brokaw.Phone .
pl"l te.le. . Alice and
.2ChUrch..3-2213. Apl.ac. PUMPS-Centrifugal pumps for trove Seats .t.cbe. M'lnte type. den H.I.bt .a. rm. 1 'fapefroit tree Also vartooa .4155!.
FVRN1TURB -and reliW- 33. Articles for Sale Or.na and farm .. Florida Pipe Steady Winter I 8498.CTAGE nicely Jnd.l. Furnished kIn* of fruit tree Beautiful lane
Uk. IAI. nad FURNITURE-3-plece bedroom suite. & Supply Co.. 630 W. Church; P.rl. 512. JEFEN COURT HOTl and apt Gr.ndmote..dul $8950 la. Real Estate. 30 oak *f ees: nice whit sand beach
t CI, APPLIANCES. Caldwell new 875: studio 2-rom .p.rmelt Summer Church. Sunday. *
euchn. LiS? 5000 cash balance $75
1771 .14 B.r 1'.S and .. COME TO THE STORE lrndd.u&htr. ca M 845. per
next
Tl.U "n S-plece and rates.LAKE
ar. PIE
c I 2213 Drive breU..I fUI. bl..1 t P raeata, phis %
'OD" as. Ee..tr mir et.118.S. Wbt te. Al .. 618'j Office. 1.lt.nd for most Bucke El 41t.I COLLEGE PAK 2 bedroom, concrete interest Exclusive with
-11. PrDlt.r. .. thing DOT CI. 633-3-room I APARTMENT or efficiencyfor porch. *"ehoUonRealtor.. 14 9. Main
FLOOR a SANDING AND FINISHIKQ 630 W. Church: new China clocks, GARAGE blol. Ir.n We Btl: 3:
FURNITURE . efficiency $6O a monthInclndint moreland .
and modern puce at auc FRETo llnenc. silverware i 2 women. Permanent.Can on
FrwmM PUMPS I IAdult. .orkID. ta 1M
AQUa
M Uoo"a ." Thursday 7:15: much used .. -Hand force; bras e electrical Je.ell.. cur. utilities until Oct. lit. five references. Limit 840 one block from shopping .
I
teat; Ua D.h. faucet antque. &
& ConsIgnments help us find I and we will let you (pout for hallow well I no pets. Ph. 2-1593 evenings. I I Bo 104 '; 100 per cent O. TLoan.. '
IfciS. Bkllted workman P- l1ie. Coboon musical instruments 8.0. aP of Winter P rk.
R help Machinery Co 138 e.ra. SS. 8t.r.I usoderi'
price
us
a bA of Wel LINCOLN month. .
APARTMENTS
Bteren r AlcUoaHr. o tt U.tr Orlad. South Street. j Mor 2 or 3 I O.bl Cllc ta all respect 3bed.strietlosi.
I
.D.. Sale K. HOUSEFrnshe. bdrom. tion Co. Phone room
Church; 2-0156. 5 Clrb [ GET YOUR SELECT Blvd. Winter Park. 1 and 2-- I for tn 01 833. bunialow; Concrete brick coo-
red
,U8.ta PIANOS i i.le I and I .dul. l. .
.bt
Co. new spinet apartment Janitor service, hot One-car
le
ARMY SURPLUS FRB aprux ** in- I oak while available rom Box carat Lane tot.
_
aDm. s Ounde 8525. hted Terms if de. fOrD. I team heat. Year round or 8St.r. CLUB Ower .
of useful Item aCrprD. .. .. unfurUsed. -
1. pre m.Ur. 14. Dlt *% ,. 736 Mla Summer Adult bedrooms, furnished or CUT aEOl- Slaked. Appreg
A Winter
P Army food and IIIe. I HOUSE home .
tho dmnblo finish Nor.a 8at- IO. Ph .. nDt 01. I by Oln. 2stories -
ph. I. Northeast .
ROUSE PLANS build- Wall
vie Store. 45 K. St. Park 367-R. 2-20. 1..01.1 PR YOU P.rl lDful.h.d. .clo tile eODlreUa -
Chlrh T. ysgHLAKi"
Wok.o., & dmtlecaequipment. Lacena- ABET BIDING .1 and roof FLOOR LAMPS-4-way indirect. 815. PUMPS and for the. f.r or hom. and N.D fl.Dcm advice .K MICHIGAN AVE., 413-Unfurnished.Bee I eldely children. Will.in.pay man up and to 875.. Ph.no lerse living rom. C1 .rf._ Sale. Phone !

ed. 1. Prompt aervic metal eOrr trim. Get Orlando Furniture Co..141 and 615 ItUe. I. our owner at 1411 E. Amelia A.ej 2-8131 between 9 a m. and 12 noon. prch Dto 3 bd1oI 2Vi bath. concrete

Floor Co.. P' 31370.FURNtTVRX ..It_at Mill and . W. Curh. Stok. .r.r Home Machinery Co. 31. I lue. Qu"r. Lre beautifully "
FILING Articles WantedAXESFurniture AVE HOUSEPee Or.Dot. Winter .ra. &.0 term' Perch. earae, ; .... ::?
auTI AIR CONDITIONERS-From room CAIE-" SteeL ShawWalker RIEWoD. 634Fre Pak. rm. 'umlh W. B. Nlehol R.ltr. 14 ., lass, lnealaie.
I Couple
tered. X .P conditioners lane IeUO height C. 4..e of all sewing ..p..tmeDL. ; .eut I Have own U.I; 2.119.CHmOK Nerwood. Twe 1321
kotourlnBbop.. 2303 .Waablactaaft. .Ua. From 140. ont : olive green. Letter wi. PUMPS machines, anything tld. I y pets. No drjnking .rN sfnokin Will I Adair. $l0.79ppo, t'7 Lake
P 1-4311. .. 3 Oranc legal lock. 15.1 with '5.S A W I seU. Sewell-Thurmond Y01 .t i WINTER PARK Large furnished lease. Good references. P.O. Box 26. I I $2750(0 Loan

FLOOR BANDDIO-Flniabln.. 8pe Phone '13.AtNA'C. lock. size lock. 855: Large 72 W. Pine St. Dial 470.1ta .: .p.rm.at. 1st. fr. Adult ony. Winter Park: ph. flGR. PA. 8ECON-Att laspeetton, rie17 Civilian. open for
865.75. of
Check I
.
with No
George atot or shal luD.I. rom. Avenue OakZi ercedeshone
Fenua-Beal treatnent. 20 WATER BEATERS Stpsrt. 8. Msln St. low. sizes PU.I. dHI Jewelry, old Park. 53M HOUSE-3 ..D'urle bath floors .t
phone ; DIOND
365 E. brma
d 1 8158. als any sue. .tn Lyman Ave. bre.o .aeD 45'73-so Co.
. :
Modern 10. 30 .
77 .I.aLWot and 40-caBon. 4-Inch and ad. price. M. I porch; with work
HI.b.
Nothing .old
. Liretiatd. Prompt ""Mcrtlana** L1W quantity but PIG STATION CANS Heavy .. months to P... Llbby & down Freeman.36 Jeweler I 32 W. Church. I APARTMENT Furnished on lake. te erorc Mr. Cheney. ; : very nice condition Inside rom I

. l.rt.'Ua.n immediate Convenient Y.Id. 25 oval type. U.2 711 W. Church. II FISHING ROD AND IX I 3 rooms and bath. Modern, cool I-D..h Y. 1 t 11.0. P. A Allison Broker,Olt.

"UrU-nnltMnt. clean- term Willard it.' Kaiser. Vo. E Pe. 231.nR _have one sell .RE ,01 b.tt., t11. and swimmIng Box TO RET for one or five i iI *
for heater Block. 5131.APcror COVERING Inlaid and t 2322.le WAN. 8 room house closeIn. CASFEI.BEBR7-Beutilufly occuPant,. FIve immediat
Bea>r do.. \ lowu.rubber-like run- stoves tee bse NICE LIGHT OJ tlb Paved tnet *" tot en
HOUSEKEEPING
Ftar-C Phone
? OPtS br.df.l& Olldden*. PLYWOOD m.hO.1 or fir S.in. Call 2.37. I ed h0. Concrete block handle. O : ::MOO.OOLOCI will
to
for aaUafaction yea who m.cnc share Close
.
rine. T.I bs Near lake.
children
price Sewell- prch t LADY WITH TWO wants \oa 2-2380. :
S. See
10
QualIty Lasting Floor PANSU.lch oscillating, special and 12 1.t bu line. Casselberry. Phone
let 40 Mills and Thurmond Furniture 72 W. Pin A furnished house or desirable
tt Wit
"H. Orlando floor Bvrfaco c lnn. 1.5. Ote'..1 UP. Fair Store. PICNIC St. Dial 4070. Co room at 1. 911 Keel D .1. 1 Park. 783. Brkbt.lte j
ameo 10 JUGS 1 8445 and dial 9987. I.hbrbo ale.Use..
1.a Curl .all
ta. MK e 1 u._0_ Conton Ironer-The. Ironer with .p. Knox Store e 25 E. Pine OFFICE MACHINES and f1t Box 92 8t. | COLLEGE PARK 3-bedroom f ram* .
aid sUds 0 JlyW rom. bm. Phone Get price Check bull.Br.Uu.2
*er*> & glides 2311.PLYWODW.trrt oa w Crl. Houses for Rent I Rren small
o So 46 ed
UocIO tbl. 8 51. Houses for Sale
eh Main
forth while I od Sl.r SI. cM. a'Pia"a't&
wok .t r rnon Il.1121 fi. .lbl. 818. lot. with fleran
toot aervlre. W* rlra* eellinc. at slow or fast Wls -1 x OLD GOLD-We pay bl.b'"prices PINE Cl mile South of Post Imme.tb .y.l.bl. 15 er;

work furniture noon. Hoaae- W.ID.b rfrart2 e f FUOR.FIXTURES lite. 3 z 16. Fine Castle & Construction for dl.mc. old .od. .tcl Otfl. brom h.u. lights ANGEBTLT SECTION N.a trans 4 cab b.n. le ft S t. NORTH iitbedroom -: .___ _.___
New
.o mad eaay. 'o U baaU can P 0 .lc. Pairittore. Sp.1 83.95. each. Co.. phone 2-2465. brol.n .I. .ly.r..r.f . fumle. g Chil pUn. blol. .nlnl. Cnl. Shal.r. lor. 1186
10 W. .r. bath.
.
.1. Rfrar.lr2 ft. & S. 139 N. dren welcome. I roma 275. Al .nther CLGJ PARK-3b-i new 5..
8t.1 r.uD.ble. Fn similar one. 3 Told; It at oaee. WaM.I.t
In
FURNITURE New dirt It. &
UOMB BERV1CB .tL W.I.24 cab aDd.a Fay PIANO Will pay down. rod to left SuU Berger' Jw R Robinson f Co
{Hew oonetractioa. 't.or.r C..m.krMl.I eU Btaln- on cash D save 10 t 2 cent PUMPS. WILLS. WATER SYSTEMS monthly plus 6% Intn.t I for pl.a sos Station.RALEIGH Hintn. S Ir. 1".5.. Wilbur: 6675. d Manor effiog 4* sq an.e Ave. OrwlaAve.
l Furnltnr I 713. Brlrr
In
,id! lklnc and I a Ph. .o condition. .per ST., 4O7 Eightroomhouse. Clrcb .
.r. Co. 625 St. Phone 5820- AVALON BLVD.. 446-New masonry DELANEY SECTION
*522.hbaEANluD resident property -Lovely E-5.w
3-bed-
36 owner
40oded. Walter JT. Wfieox No down payment. 2-.r hot and cold tra04e3.plenty bed-
; Iac*> 1.Robln- FLOOR CLEANER-Never use water Complte. William 59 Box 77 -Star. water. Five .u.we construction. :ldrma tile bath: room block borne on lane lot with rooms ,
and repaired in.lids pay.
.
month t 0.k7. rom. tlm.he. I' screen. tower:
cIopol.500
.h 2-.r .rue. A
fin very
oat. Licensed ad bond- oa fo use B K. t. WE old fold .hl .tdow. t. attractive *
and Ce'Der. b.
Smith O.lD 1 BU DON. WITE PAK-mplctl furnish- tutr. 815.000.. Mr. cash as
.ne
Ir .
Phono 2-2037. i Lb C. Ora.& D. J.e1 .. dinette eo"4 carage. B1
0. Cr Brok'ri
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I .- ---- ._- _- '- d 24 S O"'De upstair kitchen bath. 301 S. Orlando Ave. per lot. 814,000.. Open for Main: 2-1090..Ub 1 LCOfltlnuedOn Nei' rage




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51._ Houses for Sale 51. Lots for Sale Mister Breger 62. Loans Up t$300 r 71. Airplane Sales and Service ,s. Used Can for Sale I tr!1 t Durt4 of 3UI"&tntbtrI.&taf


81. liana* for Sale tOO ?P. ON OCEAN-South of Flasler LOANS MAE from 810 to 13 I I AIRPLANE FOR SALE-Howard fireplace PORD-1941. -2-door deluxe: radio .I
FINE Ave. 845 per front fK, strict fast service. with Pratt A Whitney 450 and heater. Best running car of It*;

KORTH ama ;; SPANISH I bom .c Ra Et.t Coronado Br.nc New yi.kat' Finance 8 rrir lac.. 32 W. Central HP ratine low hours and kind in Orlando. SI.ISO. 410 W.
J ;
iart
nil .
bed
golf f BcRC A... Phone 9857. than majored. Ready Concord ORLANDO. FLORIDA
\ 10 10u I
U& u ren har. 1.d"WIDt Fark section. 4-room to Orange State Groves. PAGE 13
n tt' W cre..p.o 10 Ic d." lot. Fruit LAKE PROMT LOT- MONET FOR SICKNESS-Get cash 'I 10 Fla.. FORD-1941 club coupe. 33.000 actual PRI, JULY 4. 1947

IM.I" Pr $7IO a nd (. .OOO.wUl cO. i 0 1.5 on terms.R to P'e doctor or hospitaL Zen'Cd. miles. This ear U perfect.
T.r. Kunes with Herman "."* New -' $* ht B.n4 Ca.Bids Florida Credit. 21 W. Pin*. 1st stalrvty TWIN ENGINE ratings en Gramman Priced ritht. Martin's Used Can.
i & .ar". en M. Ors* lii. .Lr a 672 N. :_3-4551. east of Grand Theater. I Widgeon: land lea and instrument 101 N. 14 alii. 1408.I .
1. UI"
? Let help I .U Veteran's training. Orlando Aviation.
roar st LOTS-For sale by 3 In Col QUICK CASH LOANS convertible Liken
.m. owner Furniture Country Ph. Winter Park 863. I I FORD-1947 coup LOANS
price location. let Park. 50x140 note and loans. 2-hour serv I Cb. ... 12.295. Martin's Used Cart. LOANS LOANS
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a.sivt.
aE01- A' Dl,. .. Realtor; 32 X. PIns; priced, cUE.. 'c Co, 501 Florida VETERAN'S FLIGHT 101 N. Main 8409
a.r..m r TG
.a" pra.u" .665L. cnk Bide.. R. CalLs. manaier. Smile and
Teesat F.r TWO NICELY located II. lot Phone ; I luln.l. r.tl.i I FORD-1947 Tudor deluxe like new.
Job
PHONE'LC.nt.
pee Near but 2.168. H.Ino mel..e. BORROW BY
ra. I C.D W.. ter.1 ; C sl' Trade or term Martin1 Used
: J. O. Both for only 155. A. MeKenner 63. AZpk. 1. C ars. 101 N. Main. 8409.
"la.loaO3. Mortgage Loans
I Broker 4950 Highway phone '
:1 ; 48 BC12D Re-licensed
) TAP CALL US-THXN STOP
BELIEVE -14. 0r I condition. 18 FORD-ir8 4-door sedan. Radio.
r OR Jo Ue.P uU. take I I heater teod tires and motor. 8495. IN THE SAME HOUR FOR
cash atvei BOO- BUILDINa LOTS-Select your hometit F.H.A.-LDI-er low-rate. GUr 1..1. 'a ofer. mUt. Colonial Motors. 1239 E. Colonial *
e thia new ..-. I site a a modern 2bsdroomitecret. now in the attractive Dubs- : PO. Box SOS as DeLand. .J.mlel'I 01".. 30353. Open Sunday. YES CASH $>0 to 1300res
r -.luMirB. residence en a pretty Country Club section. Lots la buying or refinsnclns. Call F.
h. lMI .er".. Orlando labs for 82150 4red. atxes. bus and br: 0 Myers. Realtor. W. I FORD 1936 coach Mechanicallytood. Get cash *fckly oa yew StiSs-]
Cer &U l0.nl. .e.tn. BSO per .u Ak 1&&r P\e.eu'\I C t eb1 Cash or A .. St. Phone 8881. 2 '% Autos-Trucks for Rent I also Urea tood. 8350. Phone ters. Auto or Fvrattw CB tvdayl

fi'uro windwT .ia.tti. 10 Realtor. cor. a Jane Bros239. N. Main 7999. \ 2-2980.
kitchen. ha floor bath ) 0766. ., -, . I CAR-RINA IC.-Bill trade In- I GRAHAM-1I3S. Price 8275. For Informatlon -
..r.2 Ui with is". 55. Country Property for Sale HOME LOANS-We want t help Too season t, telephone 7043.
:: buy a home or build rerponslble people. Can 91S9. 36 ,
' Price I.o BMrtiaie 87MO Mrt < one.We JEEP-.-1946 like .... Will sell5400 GFC LOAN COMPANY
... 0 ... Frank CrenaT COUNTRY PROPERTY -Since will give you prompt service. Office : Livingston Ave. I less than list price Martin's Used
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'' HO.&Mr H.rw Ask Asher Peter. Reaator. ? hour 9 to 2 during week 9 to I C ars. 101 N. 14..". 8400 CT8
i* t" )n" BIc. fn 10. 3t. .' and Main. i -. 12 Saturdays. First Federal Savings D VARNER tl.DRIVL-IT-Dnive It Tl East Robinson Phoow
probably kDe.C.ntr. ,
yourself low rate mile or day.
and Association of : LA 8ALLE-1937 coupe. Reconditioned
.IU lln
I Steel window .- I. L.n .. Orl.ndo Fla.Or"nd 1 I D Varner -D -i"I .. 234 W.: 1 . new paint. iood tires. Must see
JOaT aEI Br .. and Ian .s.rse. U 100% GOLDENROD: Is a nice i' Pne Central Ave. Phone 2-3153. lo appreciate Box 97 8-6tar.
dt. 'U.t. 1
bracket.n..r t tr._:"2 se..r! I .... ... A 2-bro borne. little HOMTl bm. denloD for I 1 : : 1)) LOANS on all ef property; Ions SYSTEM I LINCOLN ZEPHYR-IU. twidoor.

S... ..adm.; 0 K. PneedTi lojy Central.11.1. ? a. intensive poultry rl1. lt Is.omewht or short t \nl rate; SET DRI.tE for rent excellent condition. Harry M.
; acre r. Iedi pUln. ca.
14 Must more
,1 financed Ar.d. 40. .It ate service. o. b y hour day .ek. L. rates. 375N. Smith phone 179. Winter Garden. ROOFING
U tt.. "r. uJra.I NEW 3 trims buntalow. 29 lr. bearing fruit trn. N. Orange Ave. Phone 8188. 1& 1 Oranae. phone LINCOLN CONTINENTAL.-i i. By
u._ 0 *, e EMI pin*I aERY udinc. Wa located fertile of garden COP. and. 'eDce. r l r .. 10/ t'fsdpja4.( /1 'i j I lawn.. In perfect condition. 613 E.
' e..r omce '1 MftaMOKTHWE8T ._ just off K. Central ., partiaUr .I. JIM CUMBIE U-DREI 47 I II r Central Ave
and has 2 bedrooms and
neat t. < 1 MORTGAGE LOANS WANTED For model can. By STRIP SHINOLES
_Hear and I fumitbed. Includinc new ".P 2 screened porches. City water sndelectricIty. SIJ -. your funds .have I Competitive d.. N. lontb 4-door sedan.
it'I. t .1,. good I II
Chef .urlu 10LDSMOBILE-UtI
e rant oil 4 e4 .
this reoasy 1'.C 'n. $2300 .N lore.i tike ha Priced at '10.50.McNuttHeasley. : J. : first 6V loans. We offer I dial 2-4521. I Urea. Olin's Used TILS
.-.,' i .r- .nL Re.llr.15 -" one for I CLIN'S ars. 242 N. Orant AVI. Phone RED ASPHALT
Can '
S..o. with Bar 8;. 1 1.80.0 1..50.0 1.10.0 O I II I
cart 2-4814
e. and 1-DRIVI IT.IT5INC.-New
II ka I kILo 11 Parl A**. Winter _a\l, : I I for I II
.. L" "P l Frk. Fh Mortgage Loan Department. 5593. ) .t OLDSMOBILE-1136 2-d Or. Very $7.75 Per Squart
at $ Wtl k W.i I LN BUNG.W- ,',. I O'Har.-MOr.. Realtors. 109 E Pine I Nor .red tp.. 2 lo.Uo. 242 N. clean. Good tires. New paint. 8395.
2iZpin._ '. MODERN FRAME BUNGALOW-ApI \ I O range. 2-4814. and 143 N.I. 1903 E Jefferson. 2-1107.

ORANGE BLOSSOM'TRAIL I" t I Mcued for $7.0OO OX loan. Sl<- minutes fro. Orlando. 2 bedroomsand 114 RIAL ESTATE Low coat Ga"De Ph. 3-4347. iiToUTst-is40 3door. Mechairi-
.5 l. 4 nicely W SOO letu.lred. Bro . screened Anoutstanding ' i'f4 %\I.. LAS .
. ; L Ra prc 74"Jus buy build homeand rally tood. For quick gale 8550. RED BLEND
. rnou.d-l. 'r. Bis l frutt I I". 302. value at &490. ( .__.._ 1941. fR F m h _.. businen property.01 The Trust i 73. Auto Service 1903 E. Jefferson
trees. This a buy at l GIU. 128 remsmber blown to bits don't of First National Bank
a.I\r. .Alnt get come Department
l; M Volllck. 7611. with": Cu I 2.11 a. 1417 W. of Rio Grand. H. OrDse Phone 411. you at second floor. AUOBRAK JOBS and wheel PIYWOtTIH. 1135 4.-door sed.a.R.d.e. BRICK SIDING

Kejar sireker. 2O8 8 Miii.OkkNOi14OH7JlAfl4taf. water .'Clear Pb 2 Jet LAKE FRONT Ntw running to me for sympothy"j Orlando .U.tent. l-. service. Wheels 1110 IllinoIs Avenue.LYMOUTH -
. eltll" d.e.'1. tram H03. 4-oI I'I b. . whl. you wait C. A P 1937. 4-door. DeLuxe
FRAME HOUSE 4 C.Dt P range & 1010 W. Church. sedan 14.59 Per
rooms with rsdl Very lood eniine.I32S Sj&ars
it 1.. 3-bedrem Htad.Ji"1Mo1 frame *"'Urau.. .I '..r By '.D. .a..U .ntm r.ezews'electrical. . ktp..tile. bath boat 58. Real Estate Wanted_ j J 60. Business Opportunities ', BOTREST en improved RATES properties AS LOW in Orlando AS 4* A LIGNMENT 2640 E. Centril.

,f letbed tarate. DIUal.I. At atrt dock, on 3-acra lot 105 ft. wide running I' BUNGALOWS-Rave 14 buyers ' FOR OR work aad Winter Park. No brokerste. I j, Prompt repairs b Pre l.pcUoa PONTIAC-1941 sedano. clean nicecar.
.* "1 aMdowS NU. TWO BIX-ROOM bungalow CIO in. from Into besutUularis houses between 86000 and 113. 01. j SA L&1 with Belles- Investment Company 25 W : A onto ,"tc.prt 1e Trade smaller car. 8U quick.Owner. .

-en at .a CaU D.t 1'.1. and 86.500.. P. O. Box Z l lake. Good cOlllt. convenient One cash buyer for concrete block production machinery for sash and Washington St. Phone 8513. .n.1. Service. 30! N. GoI Call 643 W. Central.

pb''e: to Winter Orlndo.. home around 812.000. Must b.v' door*. electrically oprte L.te| P LYMOUTH-384-c1oor; clean and SEARS, ROEBUCK
A new well I HAVE A MOST aU.cUn 2"Mro 87750 and worth It. See WUl.m scieened porch. What have you? Fairbanks Avenue bt.eeD I AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE E.pr sound throughout; $595, Wykyiyl

built b.-Be with an modern eeaexcellent bom built f.m. .a Rencher or C. P. White Bros.. Brokers 824 N. Mills; and Winter Park. Lul J GsbeU ,! 64. Help Wanted-Female good enced mechanics; .prompt .rne"l. Mater TOO H. Mills.ON7'21C1940'iorpedo. '
L 28 E. parts COMPANY
enwnctw. la Phone Ftak. &
I scm> W'lhn.tn. Owner. Rutland
blo t HoUI.s 21681.FAI 1 Bld. P 4-door
a. ee-
Xnc, 234 W.
Cen
, Owner sirs NO .ii .. ,.,... of .lb .a. .a OVIEDO SECTION-40 acres stream. WANTED Northern buyers 8383 BEAUTICIAN-Senior preferred with Ur.: V.m.. I dan. AU accessories. Olln'i Inc..

x ..2T. n w ..**? ..* W .& .t.Ur tub Nice fn load three room house. 8200 down investors inquiring daily for GROCERY STORES-WeU located.S28OO. fotnl. See or can W..ck 142 N. Garland St. Phone 24347. ORANGE AND WASHINGTON
Rt. 2. Box
,. c".I. Kyalty.ORANOt b.aul windows. Ho. : 820 per month. Sahler. businesses and Strout BODY AND FENDER repairing andpainting.
hom. br.
Will give some 401.FOUAI PACKARD 1938 aedan. Good tlrea.Fus'
** 3spacious .
. 15. 19. .
This'new coAt. .rd. Realty. 3181 Church and EUm.t iladly siren. PHONE Mil
8550 .
Av takes It. W. D. W&lDer.Norr..n.
Oa. te.1 Rpr R..II. GIRL-Good no I
: .hbbn. On 5 of most excellent bour. Satisfaction D Varner.
. th the I .a RURAL acres List : .u.r.ntfd. '. Cafeteria.PLYMOUTHi939 .
s1i.oo 2-343. Apply at 50.B.
GRVESHOMEBU5IE Cia'2 .
the Pr Pr. trm. Jam.nClt that will crow anything.are 34 W. n. 2-3183.
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.kMbl. e. & :
ptrcbsit4 tsr I K. PU Call 2 furnished houses propr .rus. sporting tral An.LBORATRY tudor auper deluxe
$ Cn. R. A. T. Carter. 951.. bt Rultn. Cbeo.ul it Jennln**. I. GRORY-Makt lo BRAKES REPAIRED-W* supply .U'' Very tood. very clean. Mar,
!!:ry.:_.393 N Or... electrically equipped which .1, Phone '23. .mli .tton. drinks. TECHNICIAN-Apply
a-341. .1 Orn. your auto needs tires t Ins Used Can. 101
; gas N. Main. 8409
BUYERS-Contact Real place to live also income. equipped. Store. .l
ORWCt MANOR 3333 Plham ,1.I.u.b Slu.tdon Rome. business proper lusles. Wel lal.n ODn DurhamTount and oil. Dixie Sales. Service. W. 'f
tor. 5513. rIng a beautiful little sand GRVE 27x37 Restaurant.15x37. Fla. PLYMOUTH- 1946 Det.uzs4-door
i.e Fa comfort alas Dlua barn" dais P.. bar Tell B* what l.t. Plenty of .b.d. etr and is- ..1 W'Dt' you want to sell call Storage ".bv.0. 16x16 Property phone Hopl. South at Boone st .e... Fully equipped. Can be seen THE LATEST GOSSIP
.
b *& 1 e I yww sorted fruits. This is a setting. 0 buyer waitinc. Rcb.rd nice clean stock and fixtures 13. I CAR WASHING and polishing by appointment. lat R. S Evans. 400 N. Orante Av*.
W o.l1 'l.d and very quiet and private. H. Ksxsros. 672 N. Orn.; Db a all 815.OOO. H Broker. MAN OR WOMAN-With demonstratInc p 4771.
ready la :'M. IN ;HEART OP CON WAT- \ C\\. 0990. cuh. Ho.ad. For prompt and expert ABOUT TOWN
.
Price N. Main
P. .. in young on '.8.0. 306 : or sales eaPrl.nce preferred.Automotive service call B J PACJtARD-lI1t1 club coup. Radio
Orance .t.Uoa
c.r. ,
ba. t I. Ideal place a P..e. "! Fine. Call A T. Carter GAS STATION-Downtown I.uon kno .belpfw Driv corner Boon and ..8enl. I beater rood tires. Exceptionally
2-241. I re S2.0OOOO cash. W. K. : 9511.MODEH HOMES WANTED-We need 2. 3 and business. Will sell era Icen necessary. c.n.&m.. clean throughout. Colonial Meters.
iiETtfl4ic14ooL Pl Go
P 4 bedroom homes furnished or unfurnished . r.sn Box 1983. LUBRICATION Bhellubricstlon Is
a0N Estate. 2. 8. Orsnte A.. CHICKEN FA-- Wrie 1239 .. Colonial Dr.. 3-0383. Open IF YOU WANT A CLEAN CAR
I E.ep.. bariala. Phone 63SS. chicks. 2 f priced for immediate ..Ie Gaidner Rest Estate. 29 S. Court SUphone MIDDLE AGED the thorough .c.DWIc lubrication.Every Sunday. ,
,.""1 furnished. All rus trees. 4-bedroom bt.alo.- completely Jo G. Myers. Realtor. 29 W. Wal.to 2-1 Cooking and WOM. Whl.. nook and of your ear SEE HARLEY WADSWORTUIT
Hardwood . Dial 8881 or I \ or truck is touched. Smooth runnlncmecnanical PLY..OUTH-1I3. coup Good ronditioD. -
.er.r Owner take 868. day week. 1319 Muriel.NURSE .
511. Lake County Property fllec GULF STATION-Restaurant. beer a .
r-.kil. 1 U. EatD city payment. Robt. parts assured you. Safe New paint and tires. ''5.
bo. and wine. Good truck stop onHighway -Graduate. For time or 414 N. Parramor. ph. 1-0803.
.tev.. .I'r ,rrt.r.l. Lam LAKE COUNTT-W* bats n fine r Pride Realtor 668 N. Orance 17. Selling Price 13.5. regular duty. Call P.r. Reeh at response and prolongs make drivina hardtoreplaceparts eisy. saSs PACKARD: YOU WANT TO SELL .
1938. sedan.
convertible
el WANTED We have
selection of Quality Homes andBusiness" 2-59. pros aU and Holiday and at '
ed.corner l. 10UO. .1.1. ,I.a.. priced to sen. Yours for Confidence-Deal With HOUE for 2, 3 and 4-bedroom 1lude. $in..tO for "u.p 4305 HOI snd a pl.u.. 81. Crest Southern First S550 takes. Going North. 11 YOUR CAR SEE ,
.rl ln. t. Realtor.Tavares. -Pryde.. homes in good Call W. B. and lontbl Stores. : Or.ner cl.1 :18., Alpine Dr. Winter Park. _
iek. : Service. W. J. Kistlcr, lo.Uon. lease. Ed
l .. ..1"n.. re. Baach* .".Sam.I P.. ______ Business Property for Sale Htcholln Realtor. 2-11. 14 I Cu.ren. . Satauma. Plall, Ph e., WAITRESS alary and JOB good-tips.Night Perkles work good RADIATOR REPAIRING .- All mike 'I PLYMOUTH 1940 3-door sedan.Priced ., HARLEY WADSWORTH |

Hakh 40* P. Ore e. 3O983.FAR YOU NEED A home 56 M.l S'HU5E 236. phone 9173. Grw cars. Compl.t new stock all copper 'o..n. Central FloridaVoter

AVE. W -Yew be WHAT&VE. ". '.n property APARTMENT-See this 7-unlt HOTEL-Completely equipped. 40 bed . cores for replacements *. Jefferson and Garland; dl.1I :
own your own .1 a choir trove or Insurance-8e* Han city close to Orante Ave.prop WANTED-We have prolPt rom income in 1946 over 815.- WAITRESS-ExperIenced. Betty and Call C. T Walker: Radiator Shop 621W a I 2244.STUDEBAKER.4l. YOU CAN .
Bobs Grill. Church and Orange I ,
4 01 C. .a 5 and Central: dial 5933. I
tea own Uone. E. W.f C. Real Et.1 shopping district. It yields a moer 0.0. Cash payment as low ss Blossom Trail. Commander 4-:
.
Mew tl ... nn-fur- . Eusti Fla. return on investment at present low If your is for sale call AllenJohnson. and terms arranged on balance door; exceptional in every way BUYORSELL j
Realtor 140 N. Orange 8HARE NICE HOME with responsible 81095 700
alahed except completely furnishedkitchen. rentals. Mr. Lyle with Herman at 5'4. Photer.ph and complete 73-1. Auto Part-Accesore Wyt.71Ioton. N. Mills.
\ > bedroom and 52. Groves for S.leCtnr 11.5.1. Broker C77 N. 8612. Speeializlnc I Homes." details Frank mlddlesud .lady; rent free forcomp.nloDlhlp. I STUDEBAKER l94f Champion. HERE WITH CONTTDENC: :

abewer. circulating .. MU. attached Orsnce: 9855. bOMES-Groves, .cre.le. and bu Crete Realtor 507 Metcalf Buildinc. Rt. 1. Kisslmmee.SKARE M.. Ln. L.In FRONT END REPAIR PATS now Drive to appreciate. Central Florida

r. iirate. Price $1t.Oot-44 cash.ftrtnc ORVk e ness. 35 years lre I LAKE FRONT-GROVE Chicken available for almost ..y . efinto. Motor. Jefferson and Garland!
property appraisals and prompt MY HOME With C. A. Prime & Sons. 1010 W. dial 9-9424
your cheek book and .*. lk. ESTATE Location a Rmnch. Old-fuhioaed ramblinc. 7- NC responsible -

1 Print Butsdlnl Crebs: phone, .2.1110.. .,. Ml s'Ut barn tenant equipment house, irritation thed. water.7"m. e'I 1. Wl\U W bearing ICM orsngs.r. Four grove acres and to.. Ornn.Sam A.2-583.Hul Broker. I rom 3.b.dom.pproa1atel hous. aU modern 25O of 2 1.e and exchange 11 yrs Wtdo.e for care Church phone 881. STATION Radio undtneat WAGON-heater 1941 Chevrolet spotlisht., HARLEY WADSWORTH

146-47 pro\U. recordValenCtaa. three .of lawn and undeveloped LISTInGS WANTED-Clients wait con.elence.bOKs med dtr.. houses mother worklnt. Ph. 74. Antos-Trailers Wanted defroster tot light heavy duty rear 615 N. ORANGE

I rmiNrrroM SCHOOL 34190 ttD.re. H.M.ol.n. A six room residence inc. E. p. SI.to. Realtor. 32 E. Owner may sprints and tlr..l. Leave your phoneor
mediate aaol-s loin: Plneapnl b.\ and porch also a wU Pine St.. pho. 6151. take rns f .e.s.call$20.Gould with 1 85. Help Wanted Male AUTOS WANTED-Will par hlohet address at 4630.WILLYS PHONE 8J9T

riome ** 15-. . Parson 8rw 11.20 boxes: small corner of the tract LISTINGS WANTED We have Johnston Broker. W. cash price to your car. OU. Inc. -1946 Station Waton. FuBy ,
IsIn
Twin bed. Oa kitchen O.I I. .lfrt!O" T Includes* extends into a little lake. Household Clients Intees\e In 2. 3 4 Church St. Phone 6545 BOOKKEEPER Want experiencedman 142 N. Gsrlsnd. 2-4347 or 242 N. Orsnte. equipped better overdrive. Priced

completely furnished ExcUnt loeetloa. .u..e..dtUo.. tO,000 to furniar. Included in the ,.'e price bedroom .b'sublrb.n.nd .n LAKE of the beat to take eha.of orlc. Goodooportunlty 2114.AUTOMOBIL. to sell. 81895. B. 8. Evan 101 W.
Pit. Call Ray .r e.o .hlc low for this class of prop lake front propr.r. LI APPKA-n.. for COle, WANTED-WUl buy Central phone 320$.
r. . bos-crop which la practically o.nf.rahlns
Co. St. Cloud ..
'. Myers. .. McNutt-Heasley. us for attention Ver- : Ch.rle' your car. Auto'sat
Frtc 1280000. CaU Louis 8. Dolive. .ry. Relten furnished. Boats motor everything 'Cr fU LATE 1941 WILLYS AM ERIC AR _
64 J8. dial Washington St. nos eowe Agency, Realtor. 29 East coet. Nice buy. reason COOK-Must be sober. Apply to Mrs. .acU"1 every Thursday. Holy 4 door
W. Ine51 sedan
Original
8rk._ .t.ll.2 WulD 14U Church Street. Phone 7133. j Betty Trent Evans. Broker. Cook. Avalon Coffee Shop. 485 N. Robson't Motor Auctions. terior and motor In excellent finish...In:.

ar. SILest. .oa lull 0R0VZ-HOMZ--30.crs tract with GUEST HOM2A r baaI Closein. LISTINGS WAElome. .r.el I Orlando Ave.. Winter Park 618. Or.n. o.n.Blossom Trail radio. hester and many other extra. BEACH LOTS
lido oft C_ I rental CARPENTER AND PtUMBZR.Werb CHEVROLET WANTED 1937 ii My
-a b 30 sere bearlnt crocus trove. 2.150 Wth 1 b.th L' sU yourproperty. MAD R.lt.ur.Dt soda equity ts IMO. bslance 8400. See
room hows partly fvr Uhd; treea. Pineapples and trl Hampton. 11 Bre. Agency. 112 M. . Ea.Uent lC.Uon. completely for Summer months. Bad and 1147. Or Ford or Plymouth. Willcfh. I Ipsy Jerry at 501 H. Or.nn A.
me stit.awn._ ,. 85.OOO._. encias.H.I blocks. v.l N. Orante. dial $ I equipped. Ln. .e.. 837.90 .- lodtlnt. if desired. CaLl 116. clh or trade for old'car and

ROSEUXRE Attractive. Is M..ua 1"att. Tl o.. OUESTHOML-Vsry close in. most I per month. $ cub AltamonteSprings ..1 for 1911-M-l. Slivers Pontiic. Colonist 76.. Tr.lI n-Trucks for Sale
edroos. It. bath home 1t S .. ero tI. 4-bedreom excellent location. Beautifulgrounds. office of -'Neal.. DRIVERSWANTb-Only these who I D. VARNER INC. wants to buy your cocoA BEACH

rondiuoa. Lan. lot with ale tu, modern a...'.. la nice repair. Has A lovely home. .o.pletly LISTINGS WANTED-W* have a Realtors: call Homer 6e.eu Winter ar* thoroughly famIliar with Or auto or truck and will pay top, AlMA-The most livable traUer

shrubs sad nut tree*, apscieus 2-car 1 new tractor and trove "ulpm.l&located furnished with ale lcom.. 125.00. waitinc list for desirable proper- : Park 8-8394. lando street will qualify. Apply \ prices Immediate'y.! D. Varner Inc., home in the world We have I 1
tares* and Bcuceor- on .,. road: An excellent piece of propn Ja tie*. Rest Kay Broker. : arocery and meat I Mr. Howell. CUT Cab Co. Studebaker Dales and Service. 334 brand new ones reduced MOO In ORLANDO BEACH
ltd s.d .Mr 0. sisiti I <_. F. A AUISO Realtor 37. W. erson and Carter Re.ltors 379 K. Orange 6:3. NEIGHBRHOD. stock W. Central Ave. Phone 3-3153. price. Easy term arranged ea aU

a and acswvL-: .SYS. sari .I1sctsn..23. Pine. C.1 A. T. C.re. : 5 year ,lease. STO per .o. Price. time. Box 103 I INC.. will buy. sell I I I trailen. Open Sundays and holi
make .r... occupancy. HINE CIY-2.\ry. hollow tile. 850OO. Half cash If the price is not I II DRAPM.-Par S.t.r. FLY.MOTOR car for the high I day*. Frank Reed Trailer Bait*. 201
)(.. .. Realtors. 21$' E. Rob- il-DRV&.cr tr.c. ft buildinc. Now NOTICE.-.Price it to sell and call I right make an offer. ExclusIve with dollar. Ire ui at 200 W. Central SiPhone I N. Orange Blossom Trail.

1***.. 8-373. 3-bdroom boots at edge of brIng for .Ul tales agency Claybtagh. Realtor 5613. same Potter. Herwian Inc.. 677 N.Orane. MEN WANTED To sell ice 5416. DODGE -. 1935 pick-up. Better than ORLANDO'S CLOSEST

iawiPuruHbod '-** .' I .r. Jea Ko stores and repairs and Approximately ring sine '23. e 9355.RESTAUrAN. Ate 25 to 60.-Pleasant work crem: good FRANK really knows how average Bob't Auto Olan Shop

aleeptnc .rda. 83.SOO cash. hirck. .o &r. C 150x150 ft. vacant propertyeonnectlnc OUR PROSPECTS sri looking for Excnen' 'l.tOn averate earnint Seven days a let REE dol.r for your .a t 107 W. Pine St.DOLLY BEACHESOrlando's

rPotS ..e"tl late. .IraUer.Ooly W. Walters. Realtor. Or.n. railroad siding this building with with AC homes and tncm. property. What Oroln. 18.0.nnu.UI. 1 Apply td.y. 1tl l.ntlD S\ we.t or equity. Cash I TRAtUR.-Foli. practically
la & Mr. wttltKlac *sot. coca I. T. bare i due to office 1
Utha'j
I ?
buildIng can be used for you McKenxia. Broker, brlh. PLATER-Must be : five 'em away? Give us new tires. tube and wheel
Ettate, 38 E, Church. 8. Main. Phone 2-4775. only. with Burch. MEA ePr 201 N. Blossom 1020x10 .
LAKE FRONT GROVE on paved billt .' merchandising location. 1 .Hnr. of managing Orance Trai 183.I ply tire* 8223. Inquire 303
'419 -l.ad.vBOUTffLii.w f I way. 2O acres. A lart. b.nc apartments can A WE NEED YOUR HOUSE Broker; 1 8. Main: Sivr. nickel chrome copper. An: I GE CASH IN 5 MINUTES Any ', N. Orange Ave. Beach on Atlantic

eODnt block. :I treea and tn tood cldltT 1 can be used for b bu as is. Baa Call u--We will com see t. .eD1 ROADSIDERE8TAURANT-27S ft. E Slit St. Ssvannah. Ga. or model. Starlina-Alexander FOr H ton. For further in-
bedroom ." kltchen a. heavy producing mechanical elevator in building but ard; dial 7325. front.'.. 17-92 bl.b.., Servicestation. Motors. 501 N. Orange Ave. Phone formation please telephone 8186. Ocean juct South ef Cocoa

$ .al. __,"Fi_,...with*. Plies Her,.- I I ritation.,..nt. Wtndermer, see Louts section.For B.Dative. .. Do-being u.l.. Across block street from is WE HAVE BUYERS ..nt grove buildinc.. Excellent Lane dr.e.rom., : beer.New I OFC. MANAGEtsarnC Slt Ford.agen I I '871. FORD-1939 1on lent wheel I Beach. Orlando' OWN beach

.an Ooodwla Broken 671 M.Orens I 1,1.r 27 W. W..hn.\n. .o rom railroad 011 business proprte homel For I 3-bedroom rear. Also Coastal City want I base flat body. 1500.00. CMC.
*. I. I : Dt ofice .pa.n.e and i Immediate h with A 4-room ..p.renIn with plenty with both Casualty and Fire Busi 1945 Special steel body a frame; resort.
-- .U. I BRA or THE YEAR-'Oranto 'rl.h d.Pt block from; lison. Realtor. 37 Washington.' of for overnight cabins. Stockand ness. Very attractive salary and R. 8. EVANS PAYS MORE- with power winch 880000. Phone
: It'IIRLN-M.d.ra Putnam on grocery drug stores I space share ef
d..ls.otar.hi a C. 1.t .o. .a FOR 21tMEbIATfThULTS.l.latyour profit Replies must contain 40T3 er 8383 Gabel Construction Co.G .
block eensUwctien. a twin lakes. S3 acre*. apartments. t7.50O. If equipment. Pce. 18.5. 5.1- complete '
N'rrI':1 beartnc treve on sour eranto, stock. want to pnc. a growing 01 property with Gee. H. Kittredge. mie ; Rm Centra information and will b .Drop into any one ef our 3 Orlando I .M C-1947 a. ton pick-up. Almost i
furalsh Th* $ tw Realtor. 17 X. Central Ave.Phone ] Panclc. confidential. Our employei know : lo.Uon for an appraisal or phone new. Can be Large lots cleared. "44. mdy
Must to appreciate. Will in n rich cItrus 'section Ar..d, this ad seen at R. 8. Evans
net 23 .
on .cnl Bex 8-Star. $296.WYKYOYL
.. caia. A.k Aaher:: tlf 1. Innlr* E. .M ck a.gu.. now a demand for .ddtUOI.1 line* o 2311.W I RTAUN-Several nice Orange PUMP Addr.s I. classl I I 8J W. Central Ave. or dial 4321. : for building epenHoni. TronHnj M
: I Fin. 230C.SS business T. Close In. Starting MECANICFI. : HOUSE TRAILER '
i Central ten I.ton. EPr.nce : -Sleeps 4.; air con ft. on bathing and drIving beach,
:718.fcaCRBAN. "I naker. 31. Haines City. Flor RAVE THE yon at & tn with Herman I dtttoned. heated floor. tlectrle
Acreage for Sale ida. BusIness 3Otl. residence U. PROSPC. us 550.Ine.M. ; 677 ; Geep well jet pump, MOTOR wants clean I br.k,. awnings. beautiful Interior running back 230 ft. !. paved bowtsvsrd. >
-1-bedreom home. furniahed. I Phone 4753. Reason for selling today L. L' .wt. 668 Oowi H.Or.nl.. LIbby and Freeman. 711 W. cars. Will dol.r.'0 N. Will make some family a floe hem. AIM.

tnrtudia elertrte kitchen.Eleelrle i CAMP SITE-2.Ut routine oa thslwe must have larger Quarters.. H. Orante; 2-59.Prd. .\ RESTAURANT and fountain. A PLUMBER'-Experienced only. Ray. Mills off Colonial Homer SeweU. Altamonte Springs:; HUhwsy Eleetrte.

washer sad tube. Plan. Crooked State s.e INVESTMENT PROPERTY Downtown Buy With Confidence-Deal With Can be bought for mood Dickon 138 W. Plant S"' SPOT CASH PAID for your used car.Se phone Winter Park 8-8394 telephone and bus service. Terms

$criti.d. ]t e>law rchl* car -.$10011I torlum. Ideal for camp or laaUo.145x311. .dwellings. "Pryd- I I mone. m.ke.. cash or 0..1 Winter resident-- O.r.. ,. Ofnc phone 95. J." C. McKellar. Tour Packard: HOUSE TRAILER 25' late 194T; U desired. ONLY I OCEAN FRONT
41> Broadway.
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trait I?.Frlee .t Ana Ooodwlawith borne. CODt.c owner. I 2 ever &|000. Reliable will sire lease fo one year or In.rfor 301. Dealer. 342 N. Grant Ave. Phone Uk* new. 3 rooms. 2 way electric I LOTS LEFT it beautiful ORLAX.
Hermaai & Broker; 40 R-J8a Head Rd.. across colored tenants. Priced for Immediate LISTINGS WANTED-We have Insbuyers 84.300 per year completely .Qulp PART with equipment \ drive 5147. system electric brakes. Butane. awnIng. -
671 II Orante ._I. from ) : bard road frentate. sal*. 125.0. good term Call If yon have ped James J. RackeU. RuItr. 11 piling In Orlando. Winter GET TOP CASH PRICE for your A Metahan. Little Villas DO BEACH. Many BIVO, llread
U. propry. P ea
t "S. Electric pum Cheap. Phoneowner. 1 Mr. Ch.b T. Davis. Registered Call A T. Carter 9516; .m.nD ,i hugh Blvd.."Opposite D Park 951-J after I p retsrdlesi ef make or model. Deed I Trailer Park. 8. Orang Bloasota bought and win build toon.
ream frame cattail I 33 8. MaiD II
; aHu with three 2-2883. : 5529 C.rr Main and Central.IF pot. dial 7588.SERVICE YOUNG MEN for store room work Car EahanI. 219 W. Washington I Trail. .

l lei., a b.p. 82.3OO. Can INCOME PROPERTY On block IT'S FOR SA; .us a chance STATION Establishedbusiness Mutt have high school .dle.Oon. St. HOUSE TRAILER- Must be laid
Mr. Merakl O.RarraMeore.lUaHera. 53-1. Ranches and Timberland from Orange Ave. on a tare corner to serf . Dna must sell account illness Apply to manager of Morrison's BADLY IN NEED of 1948 and 1947automobiles quickly 25 ft. tnreamlite. Excellent

lOt E Wll. Pb.a. 1-OS3O I lot frame we b.c a. 2kol.1 ed Broker. 33 8.. . 5529. Reasonable price. 100 S. Garland I C.ieria. and older cart. Harley condition. Inquire 863 N. Or Drive over on the 4th or over
"a. ; CATTLE RUC-lo .un.lme.A .0 1..teDt CALL CLAYBAUGH. PDQ Buyers' Avenue UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY for Wadiworth. 615 N. Oranga Are. nee. ph 2-2488 between 9 and 6.
for young
.
iUWUT-.ioMRm. tood smen. that .pnd sm. COURT college graduate who phone 8597.OK.THISPT. fi'-t... the weekend and let me how
Ih Wheeler with Harold Shepherd Realty money improvements. want 3 or more bedroom homes TOURIST -Highway 17-92. A majored in INDIAN CHIEF-1941. 21
h bet livable. A buy sac who Co., E. Washington 85. \. come & month Pe. in In well lo.ted 5613. Realtor. Metcalf real 'n.etmeDwih a nice place ecouDUn.. Bintle. free to travel to I CASH PAID for tood 3 complete room Equipped with this attractive
225.0 Miami. you property.Go .
went to finish. .. 81vM 2 I come month. To Bide. to live. furbe cal I Jacksonville. Tampa. Tra. .. Jim Cumbie C.n everything. Only 8995 Easy irma

Easily ftsianeed. "a** ..I.8ptoSrt" .. Lots for Sale estate &15.0 at 117.500 settle with FREE APPRAISALS-On your home. phone Courtney 22471.TOURIST 312 N. Ornle. portation furnished.Excellent Starting .I 904 2521.BUSINE North. Orange.Avenue. ..I Prank Reed Trailer Sales 201 N.Orante south from Ocean lodge 3

1 Whltvey a ****l Realty Ce, trm. For full details call We will you an estimate free 124170. promotion 1 Blossom TralLIt

i ... $04 1deWsttIIdi.2-325, .. BEVERLT 8Rouau4Dc' costs with Harra-Moore. Pe.1 of charge on.. the current mate COURT-9 units. S-room surance. Must have plan. group ta I GDal are 1 SYSTEM. 1946. 3 complete rooms.. miles.
a,lw. f botlt now rine! : phone 20836. lOs B value of your property. No home and restaurant. SCO ft. front- good physical beor.. Cash Venetian blinds bottled ... international
I ale on U. 8. 1 and Indian River, rejiuiremeilji. aptItudes and personiU Immediately any hester with air condition.
la .Uo. but MOTOR tion Phone 7811. Wm. Mathews l.ke. !I
l MarD'
t vaA"- titI yow new b"a.'a' CUR'. .1.1 ante J. Daniel Kolar Broker. .It Price 825.000. 810000 cash b.l.n. EmpInr. UJ be Canada On I Used Cars. 101 N. M.la Excellent condition. Inquire office
.. u M.. .a M. Grant Ilh. b.175 lisa per month. Mr. iif ?? qualIfied telephone 1 Ken Ellen
I ft. highway IHerman DONT SELL Trailer Park. H mile
J. for less
roomy *. a.. C 01 on MR. P. P. WHEELER invites his old colet Buck. 103 South Frank- than we will I
slip ..lart plot of lead oa paved Or.1 w..o"o.I 336 K.Or.ol. I.b.,. Both IO.UOD'.not.r383 f. and new friends t cont.c him at. Orange Goodwin. Inc.. Broker: 677N ID_ St Tampa phone M-3157. pay. G an you can for your old I north Leeiburg off_Route 441. ,

read. o> aU* and pictwre la of- A. makers. Pcd low for b 104 E. Jefferson. 2.164. . Davis. I : 9855. car getting u still STUDEBAKER 1946. Practically new GUS C. EDWARDS
flit. for m.1 Kay with Potts PARK LTT well I ule.' TtD A. Broker. Realtor. TOURIST COURT-Highway 441. Sales Help SO around then sell it here .o.p dual wheels high stake body. Coat
c.Od.n Wanted
CLE 6B
: Inveetmral W. lots on One 1121 A. Approximately 12 acres on larte others have done. Central Flor. 12.200. sell 11.650. Bps lOCI 8-Star.
I.\ HAVE PROSPECTS waiting for homes
c. Labs Ivanhp. Alltlitle I land .a\ lake and on highway. 8 cabins ida Motors. P. Katan 104 WI1XARD ST. PHONE M
: MIX block from uD.r..I. Park. CI and businesses to sell court and INSURANCE SALESMAN Exper-: 1 phn. 2IXDIVIDUAL SPARTAN MANOR-That all aluminum
1*. only II.MO. Call J. J.Newman Fld.7 'Dc Sturd.y. open Snd., ritht CaU Gardner Real Estate. 2 handle.House for owner. 810.000 cash will il"E' silos manacer. O. P. a.ol.RuItr. ORANGE BLOSSOM 8. Court: line legal reserve wants best t twill I have one used 90 day*. First
t WEST.-.coiieco Pei e last Pine; phone 11. ft. on highway. 8 T N.. 248.WAEDMaketbl.. Gardner Real Estate. 29 8. Court.Phone 44 na. in "u't and company with hos- buy. 817 Billcrest ca after.0 12,350 takes It. This one wont last. 1 block North of Causewiy icroti

rW.2 home la CELANEV ST.-Wooded S4-fU corner 85000. Will divide. ? acr.Mr. Lan proprt7. .We K. 2-41. ; !*'. Sad .ecld.D& p.m. Easy terma. Frank Reed Trailer Sales: street from Cocoa house. "

-.Late cloeM will *om* lot. 1J. ft. deep. .. ..\Sewers.Excellent with Herman G.1 inc... Broker*. Realtor. .I..O.h. CMBDATQH RETAUAN.F Liberal pay with lifetime 2.tt. 201 N. Orante Blouora Trail.

bed t". towels .. DinettekitchenScreened ".llhbrhO. Barcainprtc 677 N. Orange $ H.tn. 4237. ber Our good men earn 8500 per fne..1; 75. Used Cars for Sale VAGABOND TRAILER Pre-war eon
wiuk all 9mm -.".-. *. Can B. with H. F. fAr.del wine. Grossed over 170.000 1946. start with 8200 monthly renewals traction: electric brakes stove and
I breeaeway. Levety. 79 ft.\lot nicely &lan.Realtor; (73 N. Orange. Car- RtA SIo. .With 120 .t. by HAVE RESPONSIBLE client seeking I Price '1.5. Exclusive .iU Jane within 12 months. Par starts 1st day,, BUICK-1946 Super 4 door sedan. hester. Porch awnIng and ildewaU
laadecead with palwis.Mooerately ... phone 3-4591. tood hoots in del.bl. "ellbbr- Bros. Main: 7559. 80 d.n. Write AU window
,.n. r. 5r vway. to MIllaStreet. Price at a price rn..I. wlU Box accessories beautiful blue I awniast. Include radio.
A fvralshed itd, for DUBSDREAD COUNTRY CLUB sec Lindberc. Broker. 911 N. ho down .ruDd 8. LOST LEASE-For sale cheap wood- .ddres. phone I finish low miles. OUn's dishes neddlnt. ear hitch and helper
: immediate _..._, Price reduced tion. Isles lots low at (415 easyterms. 10.. 2-0818. M Phone or write payment H. F. Boland. 1..0.. yard with Studebaker ....rl.. number and .. 242 N. Orange Ave. Us 2-814.C.n sprints. 8950 P. O. Box 485. R. S. EVANS

.as ioo. Harlew Fredrick. ill Pay monthly. Hay* paid I Bldg 672 N. Orange,\ C..olerla.. -37 Plymouth SALESMAN-Venetian blinds and I CHEVROLET special deluxe: TRAILERS New and used; 1947
and C.rt.D
spacious 110.
015.1diii 81S8.It for when buildlnv materials becomeavailable. SPAC33a6 2 lrck. cords of shades. Car Apply 895O. 217 W. American 82215 complete.
T '* steel .itvf, .IA Orl..."-- Property in this high else 18TR Qu.re. are nicely fur .55. 300 cypress posts all for $ wo.. 2 Irc Venetian BUad.Deel..r. Edse- I9-ft. Premier 81495. Accessories.lIeu: DAILY DOZEN
electric kitchen. 102 CHEVROLET 35 2-door
tood
Central :
section bound to Increase D phone aster Coteman
and Prewar
I rJ141 2231.YOR D.SALMENIv.t..t stove ,
": aECTION Owner la today ahead I sirable I.ton main thorou.hfee. 60. Business Opportunities_ mech.Dc.l; 1.5. Wykytyl Wo ._lfI" doUles. .... pint
.ATAC' y.h.. Bil t between and 121.Y u can buy a Drivein new bottled g.. U outstanding buys lifted dally
sU all nice WIDtr Pak. thl 10 Mll. trunks ,
ete. Lobe
.y. 1..1 1 b.u1 any kind of BAR-PACKAGE Restaurant bovinesgrmsth fixture Trailer Balsa
rose farauoed 1.435 for salt ,T. le.I rubs t. pro1L built and I S restaurant, POt.ar CHRl. 1939 business coupe S. Oraoi* Blossom Trail and
Cln I O. 8
Io In coed Immediate
600. this today Fit other iso 0 10b'..... cndItn Could not b re dancing. On : 1792. Lot. I lease. 18.0 .nnl.n Orlando O money proPI making bul.at. A... See Jrul.ta: 17-82.
Paved. JI.c.d ner asking of 210210. 2-room . Good W.I 10.IIIU. Hom. liens at Boiler Chevrolet 400 N. ORANGE
2916 M.Orante. I. prc.
buy Broker. Winter
V. Taylor trade
*
a C.rBlld. O.n on heavily offices stores .
See
: lj cash balaoc .l I. 42 W. Concord a.n& Mr. .. ;
I p m
;
; .4..YltA 45S1:. Bi. 3-JSJ4. O. a Huckel-O-NeaL Realtors; IK E. : 9538 Itl) ed Intersection. For ale Brockman today. Avalon HoteL Room; DIAL 4mw
DR. .10. I inson; 3-3753. : fun particulars see Geo. F. .r.1 244. C1RYSLZR-1241. Windsor: THIS WEEK'S
Frte.aEO-. EDOXWATEH HEIGHT 147-feet BUSIE OPPRTNt Major Realty Co., 19 E. Central WE SOME Private owner. See one mil .15. PLYMOUTH-IMi Special Be.
Wet
terms. hU. a.n .. .rata. en near I oDDorCult" .., 2-3155. Ph NEE GOOD insurance Interception City. Mr*. Joseph . OUTSTANDING'VALUES hue 4 doer sedsn. Radio and
o. 57. of
Real one the best
C C 0.1\.an. AH .. Estate Exchanged One of the finest 1 lU Hospi
Mulct isapaId. St.tlot OUR SALES CHRYSLER hatr. In 09
I"n..TMD Ad.t. corner city. Records confirm FORCE average 25 yean itt and Accident Plans. We furnish 1947 Town and Coun perfect cenditioa. f} }
a PARK roof sties; deaa plot la one of thecity ircw better 1 selling Orange County real egtateoualUles .1 c No' debit or collections try convertible. If are plan-
Moderately f R C per month net nt.ct. 'Oi BUICK-1940 Super 4 door,xi.
areas. 8T 2-b.
*. 4 T, for "dot I. b.t bora. Income.U.D 1.0.0 and exclusive us s* experts List Io .D, kDd after plan fling a .Uon 10 ityle. This dan. Radio and heater. Orirtoa
Mined sld
Winter twar. )lent eac& rx.pUon.l property with M. D. Bailey. . Nick Room 20. S car to be sold at dealer list. Mar.
THvid .. .1 Lawrence. location. Jacksonville. with Fred Reese UDlao Lie 0 184 PLYMOUTH 4 Door sedan black finish. __ _._ .__4tS9
659 Aa.. I..c'u I chance for similar Orlando home. 2- 83a. 109 E. wU O'Harra.More.personal 30 B. Church. Phone 4767. A Co. 21 East CeDUa tin's Used Can. 101 N. Main 8409. Beautiful black finish.

SOH-"ut I Call Miss B.me.6114. Interview Pne.. Dt.u b OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS! ; lando after 10 ajn.. I. ear CHEVROLET-1935. 7- CHEVROLET 4 door sedan

i''Y pArOd: .. I Lot IUO. .d BEAUTY SHOP on On hihe' bid over S3.OOO win bu T door. Good Waltr-aUd tteel I 5 IM1 CHEVROLET 4 Door Sedan New finish, new interior, rood
of
i downtown
perchel Il. I. I P"O.13. 57-1. Beach Property Orlando's most Well I food manufacturing plant 67. Employment Arencies tcp; run tood 15. HIllside Two tone creen. runnlnr. _._. $49It $
r
Is.... 1.u.a frill LAKE HOWILL-Near J.t. a equipped. 5 mo.m to !. sold to highest bidder by July; CHEVROLET -41 beach wagon; CADILLAC-1934 4 door sedan.
f *. Ctooeto lana lakefront Jots cO.Dcl. COCOA BEACH-Comfortable and supplies cbce. Low 5-year A good coinc business for I 1 BROWN'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY immaculate throuehout. 81295. 1934 BUICK 4Door Sedaa. Fleetwood
.school Furaishedor beautiful view I lake. rOm partially furnished 3 lease. Priced for quick sale. Imme I 2 hustlers. Come tn and look 1 And Nurses' Registry. If yea wsnt Wykytyl Motors.700 N. MUli. Mighty fin*. body, food toe*, MIUf *
.I ..1.reasonable. try home oa good fishing lake Bargain for quick diate possession. Chensult Sc over. 313 W. Carter Sti work corns \11 w. Central. If rot runs nice -_ ty
.t Jennings.
\ .I.r. .1 b.cb want help. CHEVROLET 1947 Town .. AH above
S W, Church tltOO. Contact owner. 411 Broad- sale. 1.25 balance less Inc., Realtors; 672 N. Or- 5 Driven less Id. ears
.nkl. than 100 mile
J. 6 jj. -. way.LANCASTER. than Exclusive It. Pulsipher anse: '34.BCSDE. : 61. Bank LanS i or trade Term Sold with 30 day
. nn arranged. R. a.
69. Work 181 W.
residential Realtor. Cocoa Wanted-Female guarantee.STANDARD CENTRAL

'j .ch Evint. 400 N.
Orange Ave.
WINTER PARK Hedl .pla PA-N.tan' OPPORTUNITIES% you Ph. 4771.CADILLAC .
Attractive boo's dlj throughand DAYTONA BEACH 200 ft.. oceanfront business PIAL 8298
b.n4.ork. '
S isluh051- park. near Sheraton Piece \ 0 \ .UIe 1 INSTALLMENT WAltz cost you irs 5 BKKPE double entry and I 1939. Like new. Central
la b.at. l0't any From MOTORS. INC.
-. .f' .afr. .I&tll. .th Ideal for hotel or apartment Hee I. .mo' t. up. at FIrst Kstionsi B.ok. \7I& Fart or 1..r'r :1 Motors. Jefferson and Gar-i i
*; .tah. pI 10. I 0 Brke. 1 .tt.Fr to Spiegel these Comp.r "lld.nt 2-2424. I 1173 BUICK-1M1 Serfsnrtte. XnUa.
I
SplenlWhtne
Ct.n 'h. 'or 93 N. Or I Phone 9-4064
.9TT Louis 8. Dolive. tm. HI I
; .. Peer Ma Ui ..r .1, d.lli. see Realty Co. Ratn MetcslIBide. s 100. o get 8 1.1 I'34 B &ta. CHEVROLET 1939 3-door. origInal glossy black ftnilh. Very
412. OP'Yent PRACTICAL NURSE. 14 Very
Dmllai 23269.BUE
$
Sill W..hn.to. I 150. you cet years eprIDc. nice. Central Florida clean throuchout ___..__. $1233w
Pallid. ealter: 872 31..f> 'ncJ oolld- NEW SMYRNA BEACH Large 1 P''I nt 12.5 References. Easy Motors. jtf. .
LANCASTER :;: I 200.
PAX-8.at 3rm LISTINGS NEEDED See you get 3 ferson and Garland dial' 3-2424. CHEVROLET 1943 Town Sedaa.
.. .8&Pulent
8t.
li. 4105. *' 2-U. Inc alto; .lt .wu sail house; elaborately fame O. I S 300 ou.U 25 :
: '* latin This your opportunity. For Pma heat close in. and Fdnck.BuU S 400 you get 373-P'ent .0 DODGE-1936; new tires excellent: Original 2-ton ttaisn. A very

J ''r'aCpiJ-J ssodera k 1n particulars .Msrtle Williams.Realtor. $ trees. 1.'3 acre land. He.dQI.r- ornle. 5 500. get ) 41. I I PRACTICAL NURSE-Ph. 2-094L mechanical condition. 8295. Olio's QUALITY CARS food buy it 91099y
0
>aeeaeat nltsj fn soc I Washlncton f Pine construction and in modern BUSINESS 1100 you get 46P.ent .'I Ine 143_N. GanlanddlaI 2-4347. NASH-1941 4 doer sedsn. Brand

tos.4r. 10O' ;*. Cash Phone ( style: 10.5 Anthony J. La Rocea 1920. OPRT aDr I Abe monthly IJP.7m.n" I DESOTO 1947 Suburban. 9aencer. pta: 1946 PONTIAC Streamline Sedan new motor radio. Looks____

i. ,., Call .Jot .. Dr. Owner 31 W.shc\1. New Central. Prescott V. Steel $ I,I PaJlm.for 15 months are month: '0. Work Wanted-MaleACCOUNTANTBOOKKEEPER all steel body whit leather food __ ___...______ .._ f ai
Smyrna .m.r.
i . H.li. _ _ LAKE FRONT Interlakea.Cnusual. . life insurance : I Interior finished la 2-tone Chinese 1948 DODGZT PICKUP.
; CaruO*lLJ D-Pit.:-H--IktocU LI' .. R ENJOY NOW A 'aDe 2-- II I loan in .of d..t The Pint Gold. Radio. heater fluid-drive. Will rOKDl93 "U" t door sedsn.

to Lake Adalr. $s5 c 9bedreeeanoeae itrtcted. Nydctter Iny. c 806 : rol bungalow 01 I I ICrrRuS I National Bank at Or"Ddo 4h floo. employed with The Aluminum eU under dealers list price. R. 8. 1942 PACKARD CLIPPER Sedan. Radio. Runs food looks good
Oak fleets. = lbs aad Colonial Dr.:_dial wOtj.ORWIN Beach. 10 C.I Balancemonthly i of American. Aol Te... Have :; ;'f." 400 N. Orange Ave. Phone good toes __...__. 334

icbosi eVs ea **IUhU.laeiaMiorhood. fee* : hke fD'. o.e" imtned-* PACKING UOVSE-12 cars I I FIRST BANK .-' : change I.Uo.du to wU,'. 1941 CADILLAC
Notting. day capacity. Located in the NATONA be.lt "ST' Sedan.
1 . M0R11 per "
sb.d *ic lately. Open inspection July 4U .ht Have above FORD194e 2-door sedan Very low
wiLl H. F.BMlaad. ham A. 11 and July at house No. heart of the citrus belt. Completelyequipped i f 1 ai I ben wt. tc fim !
(19 00. Call $UI OoBClSS Block M. Arwood. IU. Ca close to you as your nearest past 30 ,er. and mileage fully equipped. 81895. B. SO W. CENTRAL
472 W Oraasw Cal 11> P Cocoa. I C South Out C Edwards.Realtor with modern machl.n. in.cludini I, Save tIresome triM! ma can ...1 references. Ukepr.nen' fi?nna. * K- Crime Are. PhoneFORD 1941 BUICK Special Sed&D.IH1
: ria. K.ae. 2-4911. on.. 104 WUlard SPb 89.Cocoa. .. 1.ld ba. I :U! ) I employment with reliable 4'7T 1- DIAL 4321

20J8 JH&r_ Lii e.- PALM TDC:8.atful lu.ata with 9 irud.d. baldln'l Jlmmle Walker. SOt CHEVROLET Club Coupe.IMI .
!MTT.K PARK Ja. sctual 5 I P. 1935 coupe Good motor. DODGE
; 2 kedrooai faraUaed Ir... horns* price Carl. lb ..Devil S. DoUve. Broker. 27 d.t.lc. .Lat I 62. Loans Up t$300 Lodge. 8t V. Morns. Leesburs.Fla Priced to sell at 8395. Colonial Mot CHEVROLET Special Deluxe nice sutemebfi-1940 4 sf door sedsa. A
Atv. Real Estate Wanted s
%it> earate.UnfriR . t: "'.: '- >442. S8 st. 11DRCO 1239 E Colonial Dr2O353..
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*. artcc street taniaediatsXtaaeMW I. ACREAGE. Home* and Groves. X PI.le J. I C. rrlr.contracted. Phone 3-8574. paint very clean Inside good OLDSMOBILE_1940 "8" 4 doer

*. If ta _a. "eredBee w IHWD' pRU &BaU need at once 3 and 4bedroomhomes J. STORE-First class Orance. Bar.r. ".n.o. 106 Met',Bids. or 2-24. chanical condition tood tIr... Price sne- 1941 FORD Convertible Coup sedan. Rons looks and drIves
well Ph. -
t* 13 .. cash. kasnce Aa Ideal I for your future home.Reasonably .. L Ohio It 106 -. A Ave. 1a Uon Dome better ID._PoD 2-33. CNCR wants bu. or re 8950 See at 1520 Conway R4. 1939 BUICK Special 2-door Sedan nice _._.,__.._.__._._..__48Sk
i P. Uat- R.1 Et.t. Cou.AC 't.r
ito Cadmus .It priced easy terms. For business CASH LOANS-QuicUy mad fur any FORD 1936 CHEVROLET
11 .0. & co on t1 mt 4-door Hd.. A food -1 40 Town S.-
.. 14 K. ..I; MO detail call Guernsey and Green I bH.businesses and \ ,.. at S29.0OO. excellent niture. autos and dDd O J. B. Ralner Box ZU.O.HYlLUI&pna buy at "IS. Colonial Motors. 1239 dan. New finish. A nico Bttl
sos a 419m.WINTER .ta Coel year lease. Owner lDo' own Home E Colonial 20353.
Realtors. sellinc ; I
A P.nc. carpen 0 car for
Fb& I&HJaH J Realty 393 N. Oa.r 2-241 Bid*. Dial Co t Tbse cars sold with a 30 day goal 3736
ca b.1 o poor be.lt Your oppor- ., .r 3. and all FORD -
C n two Irh. still la demand. II building maintenance work. Have 1934 4-door sedan. Good atee. We pay cash for used can. Ar PLYMOUTH_1935 4 door aedan.
7bLtare Oak BUNGW
, .. I PARE n. .Oe ready for action tellas I S Mr. Harold .r.noe. CASH tools. Write or inquire 115Canton 0 transportation at 395. Colonial 0driot* Tory good. Tf
) ** ..i a.".P. Tempi Drive eetloaK ,,Pro.C ,1 have buyers 'o a 1 LtU.. WashIngton r R'GH NOW-To finance or own Motors. 1239 K. Colonial Dr. 2-0353 tTT
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with home bvOders 2 I cash for Dnv.ORLD
.1 W e.a. perUv* a and torts Dunn Broker, 5124.PO .atr any FORD-1930 model A. J.
OHara these choice Park tow :bdr Pbne business or need. Exceptionally C. McKELLAB. INC.
.II. C.I Wt 1. 6 N. pnnl AcD REIE.4 yean 01 clean. Priced ritht.
f C. 3-0034. as 1/3 .. small 8r. Excel .nc Martin' Used
t Inlte Ins payments. Utilities available. BUNGALOW LISTINGS-.Also apart tel SATON-rer.bl N. Orange In ofl.. m I.rd.. .tr.n. pn.nnd with, Car 101 N. MauL 8409. "YOUR PACKARD DEALER** 900 OTHER CARS

.' .! Fab i. auJAW- .UI look will satisfy. Carrisaa ments. buU. opportunities, :' home In rear. ..U fp.rae over. 7134. Office at Cocoa. Pone loins concern. Interested DIU I FORD 1940. throughout reconditiond. l- I TO SELECT TR054 .
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T>. yen think the Republicans HopTwo :'! .STORE HOURS \ i

gem raptor the Presidency of the carriers for Orlando ; ": \ 9:30 A.MJO > .
United States Ih the 1I4SelectUn
the I ? Daily Newspapers Inc. Ber- r.v . 6:00: P.M\
THE ANSWERS ton Stone and Jack Snead. will fly '
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Frank I* Jernigan! salesman to Ocala this morning via a Flor- . -" SATURDAYk' % .
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Orlo VUUThat : Ida Airways. Inc.. twin-engine I

all depends on who they Beechcraft for a day's outing at : r::' .
nominate for the job. I am a Silver Spirngs. I "
Democrat but
from now on I In addition 29 other carriers >.
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Intend to rote will be taken to Ocala by bus. AU I
Peter Schaal of I SATURDAY
for the best man will be met by
who is in of ,
and not a ticket. Silver Springs charge
I think that Harold fl the day'a outing for the boys.
E. Etassen is At Silver Springs the boys
the best man the will be guests of The Orlando

OOP's have men Morning Sentinel and The Orlando .. '-. .. ,*..
far and .. Evening Star and will be
Honed so
I. provided with tickets for all at- Clearance! .
I would rote for i -- iv A Special Purchase! : After-the-Fourth
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him in prd.rJ.m"aa tractions. I A Clearance of Women's - .
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ence to Pres. Truman. I do not A wiener roast win be served. I I .y
believe Dewey will win if he is The carriers will return to Orlando 36 Inch S -

nominated The people in the low late tonight. In addition to I SUMMER FROCKS CURTAINS .
er income brackets want a liberal Orlando boys a few from Sanford I d

and they do not care what party DeLand and Leesburg will r Embroidered Eyelet Batiste :
he belongs to." also be present.
. Those going on the trip are winners I i. Three outstanding groups of. 70 pairs :Beacon's tailored open- .: . .- -
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retired. Angebflt of a contest to increase circulation :. curtains 27" wide 2 1/3 i
mesh
C. Jt Bailey, : and cotton summer I
on their routes. ; 1\ rayon Embroidered I $1 95 >
Addition frocks. Eyelet Pique yds. long. Ideal for summer. i pr.1
The Republicans look like they Reg. $3.95 -. '

have the- best chance Hoover to win since walPrelldenL Postal.Box Shortage : i 1.J';.11 . . ..;;. ' _

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It l ; -j e 50 dresses, formerly 50 pairs ruffled curtains of dot- .'

& I looks like they Laid to'Astonishing'Population I./ $14.95 to $17.95, now_. .. $7.00 $ I .9'5 yard ted marquisette. They are 38"' ,. -
.... will nominate a; wide. 2Va yds. long in cream $2.35 .p r:\.
Thomas D e w e y Growth i i' only. Reg.. $4.50 .-.--.
or Harold Stassen. t 40 dresses, formerly

I like Stas- So you've wanted a post office f $10.95 to' $12.95, now $5.00 Small, well-made designs in your choice of white, . ..
box. but couldn't get one. : .
sen the best and '
double lile
75 pairs plain marquisette .
..J' .+., hope he is the This situation according to D. pink or blue. A new low price to assure you the curtains.. Ruffled, in
,", nominee because H, Howell. assistant postmaster 25 dresses, formerly $3 00 cream only' 36" 2\\z .yds.long. $2 3 5

he would put up mill be remedied soon by installs- J $12.95, now __ finest fabric for blouses, dresses and sportswear. ..,Reg. $5,75 ..w1de.;_. ....._...._ . ..pr..
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Bailey a stiff battle for -
ion of 500 new boxes as soon as -l ;
the Job. I btllethe people are
ready for a chance and .will rote funds are available. r .,
when the .
for the OOP candidate in 1948. Six years ago pottoffice sufficient 'd Inexpensive Dresses . ... .,
was built there were .
If they awing too far to the right boxes for the Orlando I Ivey's Air-Conditioned Fashion Floor Cotton Fabrics-Ivey'i Street Floor CurUuu-Ivty's. Fifth Floor a aa. '

it them.will be a stumbling block for population at that time, as wellas

for a normal growth.
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But the increase in the population -
)1'.. Ada : :"
Forth night phone has not been normal. it has . -
operator Apopka: been "astonishing. postal officials "
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I do not know very much say. Hence, the new plans. j : : :... a .
about politics, but I believe theRepublican '}. 1%

nave After-the-Fourth Clearance! Special Purchase! Saturday Special! ". ;- : -r- :
a good chance to Eight Finns Here . : .
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win do not .
hare any favorites 1, Need Ratproofing, 3 Groups of :- Twin and Double Bed Size ) t). -
but I think I Smooth Finish
a change in ad- : Inspectors FindA "
m lnlatration WOMEN'S SHOES Monument WovenBEDSPREADS
would benefit the total of 177 business estab- S ', ', RAYON CREPE ,'_\
nation, The Democrats ishments were inspected for rats -
hare . the month of June with S
< r during .
.. Odds and ends of this season's styles in broken sizes. S S ; '; -.
been In lone eight showing the need for rat- "
A to stock !
good opportunity
up
enough and its Sirs. Poeth proofing. Inspector R. Y. Wood-
time to give the opposing party a hull of the City Sanitation $1.19 yard
chance to show what they wm do said in his monthly report GROUP 1. includes 100 pairs all white.
for the country and the people. I at the City Clerk's office. Dept"l and two-tone spectators formerly to C 5 00 Regularly $8.50
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do not know much about the men Woodhull reported that $9.95, now ? Pr Special Saturday $6.45
who hare been mentioned as possible rats were known to have been
while the lasts! beautiful
GROUP 70 Outstanding: offer quantity A
2. Includes pairs red and
candidates. I suppose any killed in the first six months of
of them would be capable of hold- white two-tone playshoes. formerly to CO.95 np. selection of pastel summer prints all 42"* wide. You've
1947.City ._ ._. . ?
tug down the job. Planning Inspector F. E. $695. now --- - been waiting for this chance to supplement your dressy Colorfast; and a guaranteed proper fit after wash
.. Zane total of 181 ., ...
reported a -' ...
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GROUP 8. includes CM QC __ er. *"*> .
R. O. Brtnkley garage owner. plumbing permits issued in June. fabric playshoes. erlypairsl.SOallnowblue_. I . summer wardrobe. ing.. Petal design by Dan Coop
OcoecIt : 131 of which were in Orlando. and

is pretty hard to tell yet 50 in Orange County.Accidents S -.- ... a."
mho will win. I do not believe the S a .
Women footwear-Ivey's Street Floor Rayon Fabrics-Iveys Street Floor Eeddi+s-I vT s Fourth Floor ;;
Republican
party Decline
has as good ;

seem chance to as think.they Damage Totals Up *

t: Things can Traffic accidents in Orlando decreased .- ;:: : 4P;
change a lot be.tween slightly during the first I
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and
now six months of 1947 over the same
L.t A election time but period in 1946; however more After-the-Fourth Clearance! Special for Saturday! Special Closeout of _" "
** the present ..
time persons were injured and property } ,;
/ the Democrats -
damage greater the Police Department.'s .
Brtnkley- have the seem edge.to I incomplete semiannual WOMEN'S BLOUSES MEN'S FANCY SHIRTSby LARGE, PICTURES :
traffic report showed yester
do not have any particular: :..choice
and mill make up my mind .who I day.There .
Van Heusen
think would be the best man after were 574 city accidents pink cotton eyelet blouses sizes 30 by REGULARLY NOW
X hear during the first six months of 34. .__ $2.50 -
them all talk. Pres. Truman to Formerly priced $94)8.) now only. "After the Rain-
1947 compared with 585 as of June
seems to be doing a fairly 28" !0"
good job." 30. 1945. There were 114 persons Cotton eyelet blouses in summer's favorite. Regularly I $4.50 $3 2 5 Simulated Landscape gold x frame .ss 0.00 $20.00
* Injured. 3 killed and $66,159 prop- maize. 32 to 36. formerly) $6.58. now only_ $4.25 Saturday Only .
R. 8. Ddlaat..... cemetery superintendent erty damage for the six months of .. "Meditationi "- .
Rose Lake: 1947 against 98 injuries no fatalities Outstanding! White rayon blouses for year Swiss Alps Landscape 26" T 35". $1.00
No. I do not believe they will and $62.096 last year. I i i 'round suit wear,.in sizes 32 to 36. formerly $5 48 Simulated light gold frame._........... 25.00
1rt.n."I'be7" have not mentioned a 10.95, now only .._ Excellent. quality woven-Madras shirts with blue-grey
"Dawn Over the Marshes"I I
candidate will be that Capt. Lawton Here i JACKETS--s ft, light weight, perfect for background red and blue stripes. Choice of regular or Bird Landscape 28" x 3(" $11.25

people popularwith with summer Blue grey or navy wool andrabbit's $2 98 spread collar style. Siz'H to 17. Light.wood frame .. -. .. .-......- $22.50
low earnings or Iy On Holiday LeaveCapt. i hair. 10 to 16, were $5.98, now._.+. Texas Blue Bonnets"- 1-

with the laboring L. Cadi Lawton. USMC.son Landscape 28" x 34" $15.00 1
class of voters. of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lawtonof :, Blue and gold frame _$25.00
The Democrats i4'f- Orlando arrived yesterday from 1 SporUwttr-Iv yf Air-Conditioned Fashion Floor Men Furnishinft-Ivey't Street Floor - - r

hare done more v the Marine Corps base at Quan- I 'The Letter"-28.x 3'" .k
for poor people ( \ ,, tico. Va- for a holiday visit with .' Interior. with figures. .' $20.00
than the Republicans ' his parents prior to his discharge I Colonial Influenced gold frame __UO.OO
and there __ --::...llJ- from the Corps next week. I .
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Is still more of OeMasten Capt. Lawton. former Orlando "The :Blue Kimono"-29" X 34
them than any other class. Dewey High and Stetson athlete.is scheduled : New reproduction. $1 1 1r' 5.00
could not win the last time and :I ':' White and gold frame ..-----$2500 ..
to report to the Navy Sep- .After-the-Fourth Clearance! Special for Saturda > r.
do not think he is Y
any more popular aration Center at Jacksonville :
I "A Little Mortgage and a Bread of
now than he was at that time.
July 8. for separation from the Promise'' -Fine handcolored steel
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service. He has !been la.the Marines II JUNIOR MISS DRESSES MEN'S CASUAL SHOES' engraving.:Gold and black $12.50
for six years, enlisting short- Hogarth frame. 23" z 27" $25.00
son in 1939.
son n 1939. "Tranqu1l10"-29" x 34" ,
One: of butcher linens, cot-
I group rayons .

DIAPER SERVICE NCO Club Dance to tons$,1.95'jerseys In sizes 9 to 15. were $14.95__ $4.00 Formerly $9.95Saturday $4.95 Music gold frame room..picture.__........_with.-......white........$2500- $15.00
pr.Only .
'N 11- ... .--... awa.yHONE Scheduled at Still Life 1"1ora1-21" x 33*.

2-3357 TonightNon !' Group of better di-esses'inc1uding: Upright Dutch type..-...._ .$25.00.00 iI
Commissioned Officers'Club
No. 1 will hold its regular I 33 pairs left at this special price. Four popular Still Life 1"1oraJ-32" x 38". '
00 a'
Fourth of July dance in the clubhouse 1 pink linen, regularly $25.00, now_ $10. Vase in window with gay colored I : $'l5.00, V
tonight at 9 o'clock. All styles: Brown and tan suede tan and white. strap, tan floral arrangement .....,........._...._..:..._ $30.OO&
30.00 enlisted: men of the Orlando Army 3 2-pe. atyle: regularly $25.00.
rose crepes. 10.00 and brown suede with plain toe and plain toed brown 34x 38"DOW .
Floral
Air Base and their wives are in- $1 Still Life -
vited. Music will be furnished 1 suede saddle. Modern upright with Baroque $15 1 00
Exterminate those Termites! The Men Of Note band. Sgt. Andrew by '' antique white..-.........__...__._..._._. $45.00 .

We furnish everything for .
$30. 1' coral sheer regularly 1 tin
Hundreds of homes are Johnson. isx in charge of crepe $1 1 0
protected Still Life Floral-25" r 30"
the affair. $32.95, now ,
by this old reliable com The usual QUAN ( 3 2 6 3 6 7 1 1 With wide gold frame. An $1 10 00
'. family dinner for .
P T exceptional value... ._.__. $18.50
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NCO members and their families Group of printed cotton maternity dresses 7 1 : .
SIZE 6
( 9'91/210'11 I11 12
We service Leesbvrg.' Eastls.Tavares will be held at the clubhouse Sun- in broken sizes 9, to 15. Regularly $7.95, $2 00 8I81/2 I I 2 '
),It. Dora. Cocoa. De- day. Enlisted men and their families 1 now Additional subjects not listed Include florals, religious
Land. Sanford. etc. from the base also are in- subjects and character- .

Bonded and Insured vited. 0 Junior Mist .Shop-Iveyi Third Floor Men's Shoes-Iveyi Mezzanine .

George J. Boyte, Owner IF VITAMINS . Picture*-Ivey's; Fourth Floor "

Writ'..r Call ONT BUCK YOU UP "

try NUXATED IRONITft'lAOl4 .,
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BOYTEEXTERMINATING we. a a. s. coma.. .

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1 Reg. $5.80 :Beach throws of heavy waterproofed ,
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY I canvas now $3.75 Sizes 14 and 16 only -:' S

REFRIGERATORSELEC. I
Reg. IT.50 Beach throws. Kapok pillow. 7 pairs shorts were $1.98
& GAS RANGES ____ $4.25 ,
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heavy: canvas waterproof now .1 pair shorts was $2.98 $1.50 1 '
WASHING MACHINESHOT Now "
5 5 .5 pairs shorts were $3.93 _, --
WATER HEATERS Padded entire length with Kapok. Reg. pairGirls' . . I
r S{. $11.50 mat. now ___________________ $7.50 .5 pairs shorts were $3.50 .

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