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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
Sunday sentinel=star
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: July 6, 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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Presid snt Expected Southern MineOperators Marshall Plan Okay -



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To Skip> Tax- Cut. Veto Bolstered :


Lewis Snubbing in i Congress




GOP Claims r r Pact Northern Hits Peace SnagWASHINGTON -+


Solving the of the Saucers'
rAP] A 24- I Mystery 'Flying Russia's Stand

Debt Slash Set hour hitch in signing of a soft ,

coal peace pact for Northern

mines developed last night, I Buoys ChancesFor

while Southern operators reported -
With Levy Trim
getting: "a complete brush-

off from John L. Lewis.

Democrats Brand Lewis. United Mine Workers v U. S. Funds

head postponed until 2:30: pan.
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Move 'Unsound'WASHINGTON ,." today a meeting of his 200"-mem- XVNr *

ber policy committee ratify the f Critical Bi-Partisan

[AP] Rep. "agreement in principle" reached Y'i Test Is Forecast

Knutson [R-Mich], saying 6JimLJ with the Northern employers of CflLtfiyXMa OCCULT :?

Republicans "have met the '. 'A 150.000 miners. It calls for a 44 Leave* WASHINGTON rAP] Rus

cent basic hourly increase.A .
President more than halfway \ sia's opposition to the Marshall *
UMW spokesman said the
," predicted today Mr. 3 lawyers "simply haven't got the ... plan for European recovery -
Truman will not veto the new $i language of the agreement worked //'/ />/? ':' / 5- appears to' have

billion Income tax-slashi&z measure. out yet." but prophesied this would strengthened greatly the

not interfere with resumption of prospects that Congress wtt
KING CAROL MME. LUPESCU approve -
His forecast came u 15 Republicans digging in 3,000 Northern pits
. "death bed nuptials" in Rio de Janeiro flat.FAMED the plan and foPIIf'OIVialethe '
and three Democrats of S Tuesday, when-a a 10-day Industry- billions necessary to pat H
the %member wide vacation ends. EIT4
!I 20th CENTURY ROMANCE ENDS over.That
tax-writing w&ysI Not so bright was the outlookfor ? is the optetea ecpreaved

I and means group Southern workings. A member yesterday by both lilpinuaite and

beaded by Knut- of the Southern Coal Pro- Congressional aotlmiWet. They
Carol Magda Wed !
son. filed with ducers Assn. reported that fire seemed agreed that an the latest

the House a form unsuccessful attempts have been ; 'e t/1qwy54tM/t /

a 1 statement .I RIO DE JANEIRO UPI For-.romances of the 20th century. I made to learn from Lewis the Spain To Protest!
saying that 'with mer King Carol of Romania royal The wedding chamber was a proposed terms of the Northern. : L1 MADRID (TOP) Spanish Government -
I waster but faithful' lover. formally bedroom in their suite in the I : : 41cc,1t will send an official
thetaleutthenstiori ; contract. FL'//,4/'S' q:4qpJ.qcAV'v4: :; 549ceg
married' red-headed Magda Copacabana Palace HoteL Magda 7Wd protest to the British Foreign
s debt still I Lupescu. his devoted mistress for 50. lay semi-conscious on the bed. A letter and four telephone callsin Office "for mixing the name at
I' can be reduced 23 yean. Thursday on what may Her skin was deathly white. and the last 48 hours have failed to Spain In conversations applying -
than $5'tiUot be her death bed. she wheezed from the pernicious to the Marshall nan." U
Knatsoa by more
The play-boy king went stir an answer from the miners'leaders was reported yesterday.
I one anemia that Is killing; her. : Spain
in the fiscal y er ending Itep further In legitimatizing his Carol. 54. shook with SODS>> and he said commenting: "It'sa : was not Invited to the Paris conference -
*jext June '0. relations with the once beautiful was reported to have collapsed complete brushoff." on the plan.

However, seren committee Democrat daughter of a Junk dealer. proclaiming before the ceremony was over. The Southern Assn. met briefly : developments here
her a royal princessand her and alroad
, wrote a minority report declaring giving her the name of Helena was Considering doubt she realized condition.that there she reviewed their lack of pro-: I" made the plan look better and

the measure "1* a discriminatory the name of his second had at last become the wife of gress. and recessed until the better to those House and Senate

patchwork of political wife. Princess Helena of Greece I''I the man who has been her Unswerving Northern contract is made public. ? I' ( members who have been highly
and mother of his > A
con Michael lover since ..1924.Ernest ;
and Is neither equitable -
expediency present king of Romania. '' "We'll have no more part of suspicious of talk that Russia
.Urdariaau, Carors
timely nor round. Moreover The surprise ceremony culminated -l'I' chamberlain, said the weddingwas trying to make contact with ; rq might "cooperate.beca1l e theyno .

- ,,,- the- Democrats said: one of the most famous held under Brazilian law. Lewis"the operator said. "We're longer believe in Russia's good

*' .It witt not produce adequaterrvrnn waiting now for' him to get in
will.Acceptance
*. It will not stimulate Flood touch with us." of the Marshall plan

work and 'Investment Incentives Recedes Holiday Death One union official indicated / inside the United States Is prob-

I'h.. present time and may that the snag in contractwritinggrew ; ably almost as important to European -

contribute t. Inflation and After Reaching out of the new provisions of j i .- '* ... governments as wu K* acceptance
eeonomle Instability." the TaftlIartleyr 1. Lewis has s. or rejection by H gia.For .
,
Thofte signing the minority report RecordLevels. -I roll Mounting asked a clause providing the miners ' 'BRING ONE IN AND LET'SSEE IT. ." '. these forced gevern&eais are now
: being to
vtrteally "eboos
were Rep Cooper of Ten will work when "willing and

nessee. DingeU of Michigan Gregory GRAND TOWER. [AP] .tlv.A f( oee4P 61 !able" to avoid penalties tyr Unauthorized up sides' between the American

.j of Kentucky Camp of Georgia. The muddy Mississippi lap- With another day of the ..stoppages. of British-French lineup and the so.

LJ'ndof New York Forand of ping at second floors of some. holiday weekend remaining, More than a score of the Southern Mystery Tlying Saucers' Heightens I viet Union.

Rhode Island and Eberharter of Grand Tower buildings appeared -' Florida's accidental death toll operators were on hand here. They do not want to take any
I to have leveled off Most said frankly they -don't like" unnecessary chances that the
Pennsylvania Democrats supporting yesterday after reaching highest had climbed to 16 .last night the Northern terms and some insist WASHINGTON tAP Government lists would be glad to guess what "sound like. those things you see I
the bill 'were Reps. Dough-I the proposed settment would scientists the "saucers" are "if someone will United States. will let them
and officials
military New Year's Eve.
in on this
peaks over 100 years between with traffic accidents accounting j except was down.
I "give the industry to Lewis. '
ton of North Carolina. Mills of St. Louis and Cairo. 111. took a "bring one in and on the Fourth of July." I
There was little likelihood that Orlando Too!
for 14. ,
Arkansas and West of Texas. An estimated 600 homeless per- Lewis would offer them better I let's see It.. view last night of Dr. Newbern Smith of the National Some diplomatic aatfearitfes say
Doughton and Mills opposed the sons of this town's 1.000 population The nation's toll had passed thr terms than those accorded the growing reports fresh of TAMPA f AP] The first report I the Marshall Ran probably will
coveys
Bureau of Standards It
first tax bill. were sheltered in tents and 400-mark. with a total of 415 Northern and ,captive producers. from Florida of flying discs put provide the meet crttteal test. ofblpartisan
The new bin. 'which may. be two; schoolhouses on high ground. deaths reported. Florida was but one concession to the South the"flying air. saucers" zipping through turned up yesterday. Mrs. J. in these words: "It's like those conduct of foreign
toued to the White House before Mayor Jesse Orammer said it fourth In national totals. while was possible-a separate welfare E. Harp of Lutz said that on Loch Ness monster storiesoncethe
Friday mldnisht. Is Identical with 'would ,take two weeks for all the California led with 23. fund jointly administered by unIon "I'd like to see"one first before March 30, as she was driving between report gets around that some policy since: Congress pasted' tae
I
make
the meature the Executive vetoed water to drain from the town. Two persons were drowned at and operators. a guess said Ivan R. Ocala and Orlando, she one said they saw something. a lot British loan program a year ago
June II as "the wrong kind of At St. Louis. Harry F. Wahl- Pensacola Friday. Deaths in ones Tannehill. chief of the WeatherBureau's saw severs!. Her daughter, of people think they see it too." this month.
tax reduction at the wrong tlme.f'XCf'pt ." gren. U. S. meteorologist said a and twos continued Saturday from Chief Woman-Hater and division 6T synoptic reports Sandra and her mother, Mrs. Smith said he "wouldn't think" Tom Williams, AP correspondent -
forecasts when asked
\v. II. Brown also them
the effective date Is changed saw the discs "natural phenomenon. -
<- were a
fall of 1.7 feet was expected In Fingers Crossed! for his explanation of the discs. she said. in London finds tint two
from July 1. 1947. to Jan. 1. but that "any theory
the next 48 hours at St. Louis. I
1948. with a slight drop as far south Orlando police department Discovered in Lie: This was echoed by an Atomic might do equally as well." He sug- years of dismal peace have to-
was keeping all its fingers crossed Energy Commission official. bring one in." I duced Britain and France to try
as Cape Girardeau Mo. and last night but for the sec He's a Newlywed He explained commission scien- Tannehill said the reports [continued on Page 2, Col. 6] I now (A natrVi. tin RIIF_'. fr .........
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Good Business ond successive day of a holiday I economy with the Soviets. DetaIhI
Army engineers said levees weekend the accidentreportdrawer LONDOlf [UP Fred Wormull. ,
would hold in Perry County on the wks empty.. firebrand leader of Britain's anti- I on Page 3.1
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r Outlook Seen Missouri side and across the river woman society which excoriates UMT Plans Atom Energy
between Preston and McClure in' highway mishaps throughout the females for stealing men's jobs i
4 WASHINGTON Illinois. State. but the collision of a truck and ruining men's morals disclosed The Weather
IUPJ Leading and a crowded automobile his dark: secret Support GainsFRENCH i Cited
passenger yesterday.; He I Danger
The Mississippi still more than
members of the joint Senate- near Bristol Thursday night has been married for two months. ORLANDO AND VJCINITYt
Tftous economic' committee agreed nine feet above flood stage. can remained .most costly in human This may cost him his position LICK Ind. rAP]" : WASHINGTON [UP] Its medical Partly cloudy through tomorrow,

last night that the nation's economic exert dikes a lot already of pressure weakened againstsoggy by life Eighth victim died in a and even shatter his organization Board of Directors of the National advisers told the Atomic few afternoon showers raotl

outlook for the Immediate rain sand boils and three weeksof Marianna hospital yesterday.' A founded 13 years ago. which once Professional Federation of Business and Energy Commission last night it I numerous tomorrow. I Ithey
mass funeral for six of the dead claimed 2,300 members Women's Clubs yes-
future generally bright. high ,.water engineers said. must act quickly to protect human
was planned at Tallahassee today. Yesterday Fred refused to discuss terday passed a resolution endors- *
The chief cloud-one whkh appears how he was trapped. He. was ing peacetime universal military : and other life from the "extra I Cracker Jim
Sez
larger to Democrats than Missing Boy, 3, Corn Futures. Hit discovered in his London apart- training. ordinary danger" of atomic radixI :

FfpubUrans 1 is the possibility ment with an apron tied humiliatingly Endorsement was recommendedby tion in both peace and ",ar.They I Somebody done writ me a letter -
that high prices may "rock the Feared Kidnaped New All-Time High around his waist. "Violet Miss Helen Irwin of Des issued a solemn warning I an says I 'was plumb unkind
boat," Calif.. my wife says housework should; Moines. la., chairman of the legis- that man must learn promptlyhow I to make fun of that Yankee cookin
Their news 'were bated on testimony Bo BIG.ers.BEAR.3. has been(AP missing] Wayne for CHICAGO tAPI July corn futures be on a 50-50 basis," he said. I lative committee and seconded by to live with. the menaces like I do. Says them folks caD'I \
prices jumped 7 1-2 Miss Mary Anderson. Abilene help it none that '
centsto
they
received' from leaders of more than 24 hours from this I loosed on his world when he entered I was Jet
business labor. agriculture and I mile-hich lake resort. and Sheriff an aU-time high of $2.13 a Three Sisters Die Tex. Texas group president. the atomic age. I brung up wrong. _ _
banking in which four business James W. Stocker said yesterday bushel yesterday on the board of Another resolution pledges the They predicted that new fission- an that I had
leaders and two bankers generally there was a strong possibility he trade on 'waVT buying and short In Plunge Off RoadWILKESBARRE. organization to seek early adoption able materials will be discoveredin oughter tell em
acrrrd' that widespread fears was kidnaped. covering' bases on the possibility Pa. rAP ,*of the so-called Equal Rights addition to uranium and plu- to cook the stuff
of serious recession' In the Fall Stocker said two bloodhounds of a comparatively small crop this Three sisters were killed yesterday Amendment to the Federal COn- tonium. whats good for
are ground' !***. had followed what was believedto year in the face of heavy-,demand. in an auto which ran wild down a stitution. !! em. Shucks anybody -
be the trail of the lad. son of The record corn price compared steep mountain road. Victims were Body of'Ransom Plot' can cook
U. S.-Soviet Marine Master Set. Claude M. I with a peak of $2.05 1-2 a bushel Mrs. Francis DeWane 55. Coilegeville. Three Swedes Arrive turnip greens so
Korean
Bowers. 'The trail played out i i Thursday. Before the recent price Pa.; Bessie Stierly. 53, and i .tj1 Victim Found in Swamp can have
Discussions Bogged along the State highway. Stocker I II I spurt. the record price for July Margaret Stierly. 42. Oaks. Pa. By Air as StowawaysNEW I PONTIAC, Mich. [API Body of pot licker. You
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said and it looks as if a car might 'corn was $1.99 1-8. set in July. Gladys Stierly Oaks, was .injured Jest bile em overa _
YORK rAP Three Richard Schweitzer. 19. whose disappearance
BEOUL.:
Korea IUP1 libf> slow fire till
1919.
they like
have picked him uP.- seriously. taste : that
tions of the Joint \' ish radio mechanics stowed MADGE MEREDITH, petite two months ago was side-meat that in is
ra-I I ; em an they
t. yesterday coramlulon over were the tied question up & Toniqht's Movies f Youth, 15, Held in Death Indian Strife Kills Four on took a off trans-Atlantic from Bromma plane SWed-1 film actress, was formally, followed his by widowed a "ransom mother,plot"agaInst was I!work done.in Course this Summer that' kind hot

t broad consultation of Korean : MACHAU: The YrarUni. 134.: 4:II. STOCKTON. Calif. (API Bill CALCUTTA API Communal Stockholm Monday and charged yesterday in Holly-! found in a swamp yesterday. A weather but
you got to sweat
iffen
1". political parties and organizations ': 4.34.ROXT 934 The Imperfect Lady. 100. 3:OS. |i iS Carey 15. was booked for Investi- strife between Hindus 'and Moslems LaGuardia Field the following day wood with robbery, kidnaping, murder theory was first advanced, vittuls is gonna be some fttten to eat.the
,. about the shape of their future .):. 1 l" 124. i. gaUon yesterday _after Leslie Eugene broke out again yesterday. Scandinavian Airlines said yes; and assault with but Dr. Richard Olson said he
a deadly
government. Oral CAMEO: Th Frldt War Boot. 3:DO. ; Bowermaster. 17, died f ollowj resulting in four deaths and injuries I found no evidence of violence. *
consultation to ,I I ).... I M. 7 4ft. 40.i I terday. The airline identified the by her former ,
have& begun have been i; COLONY: Trail Strtvt. 200, too: i.S: *. j ing a scuffle at the Elmwood to nine persons a govern- men as Oskar Naroskl. 19, Bold weapon I Daytona BMC TOOAV TIDES ... .
f* tpooe'dr of 1WT. 9.SS. 1:%$. ,I If School playgrounds during a ment communique said.' Sixty Johansson. 22, and Lennart Bo- ager, Nicholas Gianclis, man-I Higher Taxes in China I 9:59 p-xn.; .:'c"J.3fi-* TMu. a a.
!SO LM Ul. ..r.klet." I OO. 4 27. 7:M. baseball game. persons were arrested. lander, 17.LLAHASSEE. dispute over a house deed. 10 Cca' I. ...
'i I R1ALTOla Hs' 2.IS. 4:55. Seen for War on Reds 09 pm.; law 341 a.m.
Pensacola Fliers V 4A. 10 M The Fkknlou Saunm I:OO. Scbaitian. Inlet Tidfts i .....

Die in Plane Crash ,I 1.4025.VOOfIMar Dan.. S 25.*2:Pratiu.10. 1.30.. S 3'.M.17. 101. S.S7Vtrtlian : SMATHERS AND ROGERS SEEN AS TA HOPEFULS IN 48 Government's SHANGHAI new(AP orders) The for Chinese"to- 10.:o.nPPrr: :LOCAL.*:**low*: RIM 335 TEMPERATURES.a S-J4-m. ;...'di.

PEN8ACOLA: IAPI) Two Pensa- DRIVE-IN AM.| OB Uy Shoulder.dCRUONT tal mobilization" for a finish fight Recorded br D. a. VVtaA 3P&. at
cola then : cross Mr Heart against the Communists confronted Municipal Airport
were killed JatUdaJ'twit DELANO..: 8UIM. Woman. DRCKA: Little 1 the people yesterday with the J am .Maximwm___ ___ 71..: Mmimum. __U_
their
plane crashed and I lo*>i a Dark: The Nit lit. h I I. n
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. burned. The dead: EvanS Th. Ghost and Mrs.' Mulr. Solons ; prospects of wider conscription 71 3pm
Ruu.da..Itr- OROVrLAKTmnued. May Seek Governorship and higher taxes, although the :: : :: sJ
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Carl W. Bhnta Jr.. 21. ,LCcsBtmo. .Rebecca, FAIN; For Tb. full effect will depend on the decree .. am ___ .. _________ 14am..M
1...* .t R T.Mocinr of efficiency in enforcement. ... ______h_ It
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SANPORDMarti*. PRINCESS. 0iui 11A.F.MAHANJL I and probably will make speeches ; tend to my business as long "as I Florida House delegation may be .. am _____ a.. ______._'0 .
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VACATION TIME : POLK-i. Th Yeartinc.PAtACE WASHINGTON LAP Two I in Jacksonville and Tampa some- Congress Is In session." He declined running for a State office. He 18.... --
:: Oiu.r, Th. LNIt. LAKI: members of Congress time this PalL is Rep. Joe Hendricks of De- Charter II am ___ tL-------
compete .
... may to amplify this statement. ___
1100. ,
Have The Orlando Morning I Tko. Llttte Outs la Bl Teat KKt. *for the Florida Governorshipin Several politically connected Land who,colleagues say Is beIng tI --- I .
Floridians have called upon both Rogers says he'"primarily interested urged to run for attorney Service TENPECATuRgsgLsgwscarnL.i
Sentinel follow you on your next May's Democratic primary.The Smathers and Rogers in recent I In serving my district well general. t44w' I wit.
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yuatJoD."bnI you order your 1947 3uhj197 weeks and some have predicted: and coming: back to Congress." Hendricks has announced he AxhevUl AtltBta 51 B9Atiimc 51 . es
Paper stopped at home let us possibilities are: Reps. Smathers might. pass up the gubernatorial If Smathers a' former Marine wilt retire from Congress at the I =feP) CIty so : ; = I
fcaew where S-S3fdlS "55 IJOf !fo- JW.U. George Smathers of Miami andDwight race to oppose Sen.PeP- Corps major who upset the vet- end of his current term and J. i Boa Birmingham_ S3 ft .0 41 I.t Fi. ; .., I 41
you want It test L. Rogers of Ft. Lau per [D.-FlaJ for re-election in eran Rep. Pat Cannon in 1946 Tom Watson. the present attorney Burtaaatoq 6J N I sow II( $4 tt g, I
far ... Bufluecr.. rates by derdale. Neither however will 1950. runs for Governor Floridians here general already has announcedhis ChicaiaClercUcd at.: .U..
...u are the same and. If youPfefrr 6 8 12 commit himself now. 1 Smathers has been quoted as say it is a foregone conclusionthat candidacy for Governor. Wire-phcne-35 White DaBaaDeavir esw.41 : '.. :
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you may 7 9 telling Gov. Caldwell on a recent his executive secretary. Grant Rep. J. Hardin Peterson. Lake- M S4 } ssu .
pay your bill Several Florida newspapers have visit to Washington that he "atpresent" Stockdale of Coral Gables win bea land recently eliminated himselfas I GRIFFIN Detroit as (SDmJatb *aaj! '
when you return. 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 mentioned Smathers as a possible has neither plans nor intentions candidate to succeed him in the a possible candidate for attor- H. aa"0 114 T 5 I| S.i .Aj0: .". .ft I
Orkndo candidate. and it was learned he of running.He House. Stockdale also is a Marine ney general telling a reporter: Kaiua Cttf:40 ,. t .P54iac. 14 ...13
Menjtflg Sentinel 20 21 2Z 23 24 25 26 plans a tour ef the State shortly I told a reporter yesterday: veteran. "I'm only Interested in staying in ... \n I I Knoxrfila *Jas as t.. a "M
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Congress
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4 'State Drillers U. S. Britain Rap UN Oil RuleLAKE I i'Discoverer'

'(Continued from Page 1] peace veto -
X jap v 1

4I : SUCCESS [API 'Amerl- gested it may haye been the "re-

I Elect FreemanWEST can and British sources expressed On .flection of a distant plane." VeisPromisedTale WASHINGTON f U pAmedcanofficialsw 1 |

0 opposition yesterday to a pro- After a Few 'Qu Dickies' Writer good He picture added that of one.If he he could might see be a] 1 ho ;\,

posed move to give the UN administrative strongly deplore Russia's "
able to tell what it is.

t'CI1d.)\; { freeman.PAUl Orlando BEACH was(elected API- operation of the rich Sees 'Saucers' BBy egin To FlyX Wing Again At the War and Navy Departments on DiscsCOLUMBUS ':,veto "misuse" in the UN *

president of the Florida Well Middle East oil resources. officials repeated a little '.just as strongly opposed t :

Drillers Assn. at the concluding This view was taken as a FREDERIC: OTHMAN weajily that they "don't know U. S. abandonment of the veto in
utatioa of the froup'i convention competitive rare for Middle WASHINGTON [UP] I story pent:. yesterday in my obseYva- BOISE.Idaho [UP] Kenneth Ar- what it's all about"Throughout Ohio APt LouisE I the forthcoming: Japanese peas
the West and at
'here yesterday.The oil concessions headed for and few the Starr, national commander-ln- Conference, it was learned last
East watching flying saucers a cups whiz over nold, the man who Is responsiblefor other scattered points hundreds of
croup selected Orlando an airing In the UN Economic White House. turning the nation's popula- persons insisted they saw the chief Veterans of Foreign Wars, night. '
I
I Strongest argument for
keeping
Council here July 19. told the VFW Ohio encampment
Social
for next year's convention. and I The durn things don't match. The saucers have tion into sky gazers was off on mysterious sky discs skimming far yesterday that he was expecting )i U S. veto rights then 14 fear that

Other officers eelcted included: Scheduled for consideration Is a flowers on 'em. The cups are. banded in gold. Some of 'emAtomic another flight yesterday over the overhead. Information from Washingtonabout ,' the British Commonwealth will'
Giles Van Duyne. Winter Haven. proposal that the UN establishan are full of black coffee. The< Both ground and aerial observers "the fleets of flying sau I have a disguised if not a real veto
lit rtstdent: C. C. Crosby. authority to administer Middle phenomenon is an interesting one. Pacific Northwest hoping againto reported they saw the cers." i State Department doe not believe
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o Lake Wale'. 2d nc -prHidrnt; H. East oil resources by and with the but easily explained by scientists TestsSuggested meet the"flying' saucers" that strange saucers over Idaho;; Oregon He indicated the informationwould that the Japanese treaty
Cly Oardenhtrc. Bartow. secretary consent of the countries involved, like myself. are causing no end of consternation. - Washington. California. Michigan. help ex- should be framed by the COM.
and J. X* Knight Vero Beach submitted by the International There are hundreds of us all [ Pennsylvania. Louisiana, andCanada's plain the discs] cil of Foreign Ministers, but fcr
treasurer. Co-operative Alliance one of the over America observing aerial AsPhenomena East Coast Prince Ed- reported to have an 11-natlon conference with
non-governmental agencies with saucers, some made of. English i Arnold Boise businessman-pilot ward Island. been sighted in] those present who are now. Far
:: Woodland Owners UN consultative status. It represents bone china. and some of plain old Is an objective sort of person. And Nearly all observers said the various parts of! Eastern Commission member, -
national co-operatives over Mexican pottery whizzing around he hates to think that the discs the country. I IA Probable voting procedure, a*at
world, and claims a representation j saucers they saw were round
Make $59,300 ifforesters the of than 55 million fast enough to make a fellow's I I are a forerunner of an atomic war flat and shiny but didn't agree telegram] Paris a year ago. will be that conference -
more containing theInformation !
[, families. head ache. The Army is mum. LOS ANGELES [API Unnamed In 1960. as envisioned in some of on size. One estimated the disc ,! "' decisions will be by a
the is investigating and the at two-thirds vote which mean four *
Navy "scientist in nuclear physics"
I Aid of American and British sources old fashioned, non -progressive California Institute of Technologywas the letters he has received the he saw at 40 to 50 feet across. Starr added was] votes could block a decision
said to give administrative Others thought they were smalL"We're due here 3
any move at ] officials
last two weeks. American future
the S. tht
astronomers here at. U. quoted yesterday as suggesting -
June 13 rarm
TALLAHASSEE. to such valuable but did
operation pm. not]
t
Naval Observatory claim they'venever the flying saucers might be Arnold took off in his private mystified said an Army the British Commonwealth acting
Forester of the Florida Forest asset now could not be encouraged even seen a saucer In the plane for a ,brief fishing trip to Air Forces officer. He added that arrive. He prom- jointly would have a veto since
their Governments, holdIng ised to read the ,
,Service assisted 79 woodland by stratosphere. Fie on 'em. the Army has no experimental the United Kingdom Canada.
j Denied! Port Angeles Wash. He was accompanied -j !
the view that the UN is not A-Experiment contents to the
:en make 159400 oft their o.-n-I in a position to administer the It Is a good thing one of my DENVER rAP] David Lilien- by a trusted observer. planes "of that nature" in Idaho; convention. Starr ;. Australia be present.and New Zealand would
during May, according to numerous bosses recalled that I I Col. Paul H. Wetland of Provo. nor anywhere else.
.lands I oU resources. thal chairman: of the Atomic i The VFW commander whose
\. am,perhaps the worlds greatestsea I I Utah, an artillery officer in the I The Navy merely offered a
Commission told the home is
the monthly project activity re- In view of Russia's attitude of monster Energy statement from Its Naval Observatory Portland. Ore., did not i Parish Gets Texas Duty
expert. recent war. Arnold had with hima i
Denver Post last night the flying indicate the of the
R. U. Titus. Chief of Ap- and source anticipated -
of British After 18 months
port the Marshall Plan. Who better than Othman. theman new $150 movie camera, just in saying that none of the overseas Prank
were in no way con- information.
1 American sources indicated that saucers I staff had sighted anything I L. Parish. 8 1-C U8N son of
piled Forestry. the resembling -
he into undulating,
who found in the Potomac I nected with atomic experiments. j I case ran I After
prospects were very rough for flying saucers. The observatory making the announcement Frank Parish 118 W. Michigan
Seven farm foresters worked River a sea monster named Perci- ,formation-fiyinz discs he clocked i
the Soviet l! he remarked: "Too little is Ave.. Is serving with the
any plan Including added that from the crash
val. he asked, could I at 1200 miles an hour near Mt.
Sever 11J2B:: acres and marked for I Union such as the UN .oil plan in the ? explain the result of "transmutation of I Rainer In southern Washington on descriptions so far given the discs being told to the people of this I. crew at the Naval Air 8..t_
cutting l."I.OOO board feet saucers sky I energy" experiments. But country. Corpus Christ!. Tex.
of.. would embody. He appealed to me and I Immediately atomic June 21.Sinte. would "not seem to be ..stronomlcalphenomena'
Umber, and 1.S04 cords. Dr. C. C. Lauritsen head of Cal- "
Economic to laboratory
Meanwhile the UN repaired my I
harvested from 3JIB tech's nuclear physics department then. Arnold has just A Civil Aeronautics Administration
Products -
the
Commission for Asia and the Far on the 13th floor of FULL COURSE
linN of timber included 3419.000 East will meet here Thursday fora National Press Building, which has denied the source was a memberof about been lost in the shuffle of official said "all we know is
:board feet of ".'IOCI. 1.038 cords mission that may produce unofficial a panoramic view of the Wash-: his staff. the mounting list of firing sau- what we read in the papers."
tof pulpwood l..S e poles and plllni I discussion of extending I The evening Herald and Ex- cer-secrs. Russell Robinson assistant director SUNDAY.'DINNER

1.01. cross ties and 695 bar- the Marshall program to the Far press described its informant as "I know a lot of people first of aeronautical research for
("rtU of crude Bum. Ea.U Ride Name Changed! researcher on the Manhattan though I was cracked." he said I the National Advisory Committee I II .
In Salonika yesterday BulgarIan PALISADES. N. J. (UP] A atomic project and said he asked yesterday "but they'll have to I for ,Aeronautics, said he has no JULY 6 :
: Freight Rate Sought Foreign Minister Klmon headline-minded concessionaire his name be withheld change their tune now. There's a first hand knowledge of the discs
at the amusement park here I' Served From 11 A.M. to 7 P.M.
Oeorghier notified the Balkan lot more 1craZ)' people-including I and can shed no light on what they
changed the of whirling Dr. said he was cer- .
Line Lauritsen
By Coast Shipping Subcommlssion that George An- name a yourself. But If they think we'recrazy are.
l Tae S. ..,. ..ei!.Storl I dreytchine has been appointed to airplane ride yesterday from tain nobody in his department should read of $1.00
f Se "of' f vy: + "The MacArthur Bomber" to which includes four former Man- they some Interest in the mystery was 1
I
NEW YORK-Unless a SO per arrange with the group "every my mall. heightened
"The Flying Saucer. hattan project researchers Including by the finding of a Choice of: .;
is I in connection with the investigation -
,tent increase in freight rates thing six-pointed tin-foil -
covered
ted.' the Refrigerated Steam- of alleged border In- himself, made "such a state- star Chicken Noodle Soup
.Iran with
of .
the opinion Episcopal Dean,58 part a balloon attached
ington Monument the White ment. He expressed
I ,
'hip Line will consider seriously cidents. Mixed Fruit CocktaU
do on the land of Sherman Camp :.
House and even the Pentagon, the discs "have nothing to
'permanently discontinuing coastal I bell a Circlevillc. Ohio. farmer.It Ice Cold Fruit Juice'
Weds
:sipplnt for citrus and vegetables I seat of the Army's research into with nuclear physics"ey Divorcee,30 J
Mrs. futuristic I might add I, Vas described as a device em- Choice of
1 from Florida' Pre.. Ralph Keating Rupert weapons. : I DETROIT [AP] The Very Rev. r
,MicS. in passing that the Pentagon ployed by the Army Air Forces to Chef's Salad
Kirk B. O'Ferrall, 58, former deanof
: Seasonal service .was suspended saucers are not air-borne; they'retoo St, Paul's Episcopal Cathedralhere check on wind speed at high altitudes Head Lettuce, 1000 Island Dre..tag ..11.
: on June 1, with the Line Honoree thick and heavy made that and Mrs. Isabelle W. Morrill through radar. Entrees: -
!,reporun a loss of JJ4.000 in the way on purpose for butter-finger 30. divorcee and Cathedral Choir Progress of such devices through
!first quarter of the year's opera colonels. member were married yesterdayand the sky. an Army Air Force official l/i: Stuffed Long Island Duckling:

tion. Postwar service to Florida At Party My saucer observatory has a left immediately for a honey- here said is comparatively slow, Roast Stuffed Young Turkey, Cranberry Sauce
;ports was resumed in January. sign on the door Press Club Bar, moon in France where he has accepted and not at the high speeds wit- Roast Chicken with Dressing
: [Specwl to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]* to mislead the non-scientific.: My nesses have attributed to the "fiy-
Dean of
a call as Acting Roast Leg of Spring Lamb Mint Jelly
KISSIMMEE-Mrs. Ralph C. assistant the ever-helpful Oscar ing saucers. J
.
; the Procathedral 'of the Holy ,
Roast Loin
of Pork
recent bride hcnoree Apple Sauce
Rupert was wears the white jacket of the cup- Trinity the "American Church" in
at a party given by the Business and-saucer technician. When told 9 e vm ObituariesMR. Southern Fried Chicken Guava Jelly
.....................1 and Professional Women's Club that I wanted to see some saucers, Paris.Permission for the marriage had J. M. THOMAS Choice of:
'r-- Tuesday night at the home of Miss
he frowned. He said this called been granted by the -Rt. Rev. Scalloped Sweet
Ethel Wilder the club's newly for and he, COCOA-Mr. Joseph M. Thomas Potatoes Harvard ?e t*
super-keen eyesight
elected president. Frank W. Crelghton. Episcopal 84, died at the home of his Creamed New Potatoes Buttered Sw st Peas
i A leek that unfortunately was fresh out of of
: Bishop Michigan as required nephew Joseph Thomas Simon-
Choice of
Dessert
Mrs. Rupert received an electric absinthe. Oscar will have his :
; I Ii + by Church canons, because of the I ton on South River Dr., Rock-
fan as a gift from the club members little joke. bride's divorce from George Mor- Ice Cream %
i Icals tie Sick I as well as a bride's book of "I do not know what these rill Jr:. at Concord N. H.. June' ledge.-He was born in Germany and Ice Cold Watermelon "
.i favorite recipes of the club members other scientists have been drinking '
.is ; present. to bring out the telescopein l 28, 1946. came to Rockledge 15 years ago Chocolate Pudding, Whipped Cream
ei Refreshments served the lI from Paterson. N. J. He is sur- Coffee Tea Iced Coffee
the human eye. Oscar said Iced TN
i, While full provision Is :, I guests The rooms of the Wilder "but I believe that I have some lt :i Poor Bees! vived by one sister and two niecesIn

: nude in! Christian Science home were beautifully decorated clues." I LYNCHBURG Va. (UP] C. the North and his nephew here. DON'T fORGET OUR WEEKDAY PLATE LUNCHtOM'S
with bouquets of Summer flowers. Services will be held at 3 pjn.
I He labored among the bottles on r ; t E. Dean overdid it when he setout
for specific treatment for Club members and I Monday at Koon Wylie Funeral
guests
i it present -
: s his chemical shelf and produced.t to smoke out a swarm of
I Ii I.
Included the Mmes. C Home. Burial will be in Memorial
Ralph
v.1csickmanypcoplehava : well-iced a goblet of medicine : : I
: : Rupert. Lillian Deyoreo H. J. eye bees from }1& chimney at his Park. I Restaurant
which the color of door
been healed not few ort was screen home. His mudro blaze got out
1 : a : I Dean Harry Best. M. E. Schellen-
It tasted better than it .
i 1 paint. of control aod burned the house
- Motorists please drive
them when their condition s : berg Harold Goodell. Agnes Brin- I' carefully I
: looked. Oscar gave me a second GRETA GARBO [above] who to the pouncLL 1 Remember children NO. ORANGE
i son Joe Butler Mike Stanko. W. < 405 AYE. FOOD PALACE BLDG.
-i ( ; and a third. He took a couple '
simply
had seemed . .
motorists
hopeless, forget
: E. Shrewsbury. Carl D. Adams. himself. The next round he wonted to be alone, yesterday L must not
through the thoughtful Frank Feussner C. H. Nelson Julius --- -
: in accepted
poured saucers. a $20,000 estate left

i: reading of the Christian : McGowan.Smith. J.Seth Z. Schmidt.Tyson. George Leslie And so help me they sailed her by an Allegan, Mich., her- r rI rI I
1 through the window double-
]: Science textbook s Squires James Oppert. Seth Tyson looped above the executive man- mit, Edgar Donne, 67, who reportedly -I
4 John Wilder Sam Story and
cherished her as his
sion and scudded through a light
SCIENCE and HEALTH the Misses Driggers Irma Holz-
"
: over-cast toward Ft. Myer. Soon "dr em girl.
je.: with Key to the Scriptures i iti man. Dorinda BurrlU and Rhea Oscar and.I were observing saucers ,

: ty Mary Eoltr LlJJ i iI I I Pherigo.Mrs., Ala Mary. is visiting Pound here of Birmingham with her- in formation said I wanted over Washington.I some flying. I I II I Dr. Delage Presented M : I tfOW

l I: To countless! thousands, I son and his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Ed cups; easy said Oscar. He drib ,
{: this inspiring volume Pound. bled a few drops of green fluid With Watch by Lions
i in our seventh [or perhaps it was
J;: through its revelation oC s the 11th] dose of eye strengthenerand [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Stor I
Mobile Man Plans WINTER GARDEN At the
immediately able to
we were
Truth has
,: brought notonly
observe the mismatched cups. regular dinner meeting of the -
t i the cure or sickness For Try at RecordOf Mostly they had broken handles. Lions Club last week the retiring THE NEW CROSLEY FOR

I: but release from other difficulties Oscar said.this was the result of I president, Dr. A. A. Delage 'was IMMEDIATE .
collisions he was working on remote presented with a watch by A. D.
iJ 82 Hours ; f
i and. dangers, increased ; Floating radio navigational control.'. Mims as a gift from the club in .. DELIVERY

i capability,success, MOBILE (API While the ther- He also said he'd been reading appreciation of his 'work In organIzing -
and mometer played around in the 90s. how one of my own cohorts.John the dub and serving as its
i i happiness. rotund Allen C. Holland. 53. a Corlett the United Press staff president for the first year. I
: In simple, direct language 200-pound accountant warmedup correspondent in Boise, Ida., had The incoming president, Fran- +
the book yesterday for a try at the been relaxing in his backyard after cis E. Loomis, presided at the I+
I presents world's floating record. dinner with his wife and friends meeting. The club voted to send
I the scientifically Christian s, Holland said he planned to float when he, too, saw a saucer far Dr. Delage as a delegate to the FROSTMASTERj
method of these demonstrations s, around for four days and nightsin above: a silver-colored saucer. Lions International Convention in :
'relaxing." San Francisco July 2831.
That Oscar
word
with the his try for the new mark.
,together ; He said a New York woman. said was the clue to John's view
complete explanation or : Mrs. Myrtle Huddleston. claims of the silver saucer. Oscar and I Mineral Supplements .
i Christian Science. the record of 82 hours for"float relaxed as much as we could
: ing and paddling in the water. but we saw no sterling saucers. Advised for Cattle
1: A book for everyone to ; He added that he expects to bet- Gold saucers yes, and saucers ISoecial+ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star j .. k. HOME FROZEN FOOD CABINET
ro
: understand and use. ter the record 12 hours of "float with nicks In 'em' but not silver TAVARES Mineral supple- _
I ing without paddling. ones. Oscar said we'd better ments should be before range cat- !
t/: In tar otll ,tJitlons at i, relax some more.- Soon he was tle at all times to make up for ': l
Annual Flowers Found snoring. the mineral deficiencies in most
i ie But I had work to do. I had to
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE i
i Ii lands.
range County Agent R. E.
I ,.. Equipped with cold control PRICE
READING ROOM Immune to Nematodes write a dispatch for a waiting Norris said. s
stS
!I O'Neal Arcade i \ t Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star' ] world pointed and out that in the is third why paragraphof ; as he periment He said Station the Range now recommends Cattle Ex-,I *' { $14.95 extra Makes the ONLY
it annual
s ARES-Amone the
this report that I have a head-
ItS North Orange Arena s the use of one-compartment box .. combination
immune
flowers which are apparently a
I; ache. And saucers before my eyes. with the FRCJSTMASTER
following mineral mix:
Orlando ; I to root-knot nematodes
; :County Agent R. E. Norris said steamed bone meal. 26 pounds: I Deep Freeze or Domestic t yp e
Labor
Formed i ,
i I AH Ctut! ! Rooms are opt* to the s bi-color. ageratum evening MIAMI-organization of the pounds; salt slxk mineral 38 : Refrigerator. 1 59W95
pub!* fr the study of theBiMr s I' primrose and gaillardia. Dade County Agriculture and Farm pounds; blackstrap molasses 5 :
I ii" the *orlt of Mary 1 si Highly resistant are Michael- Labor organization for improve- i i pounds; cottonseed. peanut or soy-
B steer Eddy sad other Chris mas daisy lupine calliopsls. four ment and development of agricul- : bean meal. 5 pounds. The salt
i with- i, I sixk mineral Is made of 103
lit* Soeac literature 1 o'clock cosmos zinnia sweet alyssum ture and for utilization of farm
i' owl Charge, Md for the purlime : t torenla thunbergia. blue labor was reported recently by I pounds of common salt. 10 poundsof Terms
s thane 01 publication. sr. sage phlox statice.: scarlet sage County Agent Charles H. SteffanL red oxide of iron two pounds I .:

....................-I globe amaranth. Gerbera daisy of copper sulphate and two ouncesof ; $2.00 Weekly
Remove worked out diseased j cobalt chloride. ,
r. ]stock godetia. China aster pinks. > + .
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Mrs. Littlefield (Orlando, Florida, July 6,1947 ttlrr[ >5nnbag I&rnttnr1-&rtar Page 3 nl -1

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Leave To Attend Elks Meeting Legion Post, Mr.\ Richard W. Fisher Takes Mrs. Gunn


l2Cc d to The Smfcy Sentinel-Star] Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cooper.
D&AKD Sheriff and Mrs. will go to Daytona Beach to meet AuxiliaryHave Miss\ Vivian Allen as Bride EntertainsBridge

Alex D. Littlefield left Friday for Mr. Cooper's mother who trill ar .
-- - -- - -
Portland Ore, to attend the rive from Miami today. She will [Special to The tndoyr Sentinel-btarJ] tioned with the Navy until his release Club
BU' national convention I visit her son and daughter-in-law Supper NEW SMYRNA BEACH-In a from service in November.Mrs. .
Mra. E. A. Kowall of Chicago for a week at their Lake Winni- single ring ceremony Friday Miss Fisher will return here to
[Special to The Sunday: Sentinel-Star] [Specie! to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]
and Winston W. Watts of Wash- :missett home. Vivian Jane Allen daughter of await the return of her husband.
tntton. D. C, will arrtve today as Dr. and Mrs. Arthur T. Chal KISSIMMEE Post No. 10-of Makinson-Car-the American Mr. and Mrs.James P.Allen of((402 The couple expect to make their KISSIMMEE-Mrs. J. R. Gunn
son
guests of Mr. and Mrs Kenneth mers and young son Johnny. will Legion and its Auxiliary enjoyeda Palmetto St. became the brideof home here. entertained the Wednesday Bridge
Watta. I return today from Abbeville. S. C. covered dish supper Thursday Richard W. Fisher son of Mr. Club last week at the home of
Mr. Luther where they have been visiting Dr.Chslmer's ObituariesMRS.
Laite
of of
Jackson- i and Mrs. Ray Fisher Newcastle
Till is mother during the holl- night at the Legion Home with Mrs. W. Glenn Ray on Bryan St.
vUUinc her Pal nta. Mr. the business sessions for the two ELIZABETH BOTTO I
Pa.The Mrs. Nelson Makinson placed
and Mrs. ).I. E. Dusenbury. at days. organizations also held. wedding took place at 4pm.at .
their home in Lake Helen. I Mr and Mrs. Leslie Dyer and Methodist DAYTONA BEACH-Mrs.. Eliz- high and Mrs. Ellis MIckler won
Auxiliary Pres.Mrs.George Mc- the First Church
abeth K. Botto died at Halifax
Mr Gerald Henaen. who has young son. Leslie .Jr.. will return Gowan. said arrangements are being with Rev. Gaylon L. Howe, pastor, Hospital Friday hospital authori- second place.. Other members and
Miami.Accidental
been from
recuperating from a reCl'ntUlntaa i today made to secure for a showing' officiating.The ties said yesterday.She guests present included the Mmes.
at the home of Mrs. Maud I
ROUM and Mrs. Haul Cassell. has Drowning here films made of the Christmas' bride given In marriage by was the widow of the late George Gardner, R. Elmo Griffin.
parties for veteran patients at Bay
her chose for her weddinga Mr. J. Botto who
father George was
returned to Orlando.Mr. M. W. Overstreet Cecil Norris J.
and Mrs. Russell Walker i Reported at Daytona Nautilus Pines Hospital.Hospital St.Petersburg Miami. and: white street length dress with killed last year when hit by an E. Lupfer Jr.. W. Glenn Ray S. M. I I
and Star white accessories, and wore a corsage automobile at the corner of Beach John Charles ,
] Sharp
son "Skippr. of Cass&daga.j t t5or-oJ to The Sunday Sentinel- Announcement was also made Colombo
of pink rosebuds. Her attendant and Fairview Aves. At that time
are spending a vacation in Ohio 1 DAYTONA BEACH The firstdrowning Gaylord.Mr. .
by Mrs. McGowan that the departmental -,
Mrs. R. R. Allen wore a she and her husband had only .4
where and Mrs. Gordon
they will be the guests of here in five weeks was mid-Summer confer- Granger,
brown dress with white accessories been here a short time having
Mr. Walker Buddy and David
Granger Gardner
family.Mr. I reported Friday by Lifeguard ence of the American Legion and -
New York .
and Mrs. Clyde Lankfordand Capt. Don Kirkwood. its Auxiliary will be held July 19 and a corsage mixed with yel come from City.FUNERAL all of Lake City arrived in
young son Larry are 'Jf'ndI' I' The man. Cliff Towne' West- and 20 at Jacksonville. The local' low rosebuds. Best man was Rob- SERVICES: Kissimmee Wednesday to spend

ing th* weekend with Mr. Lankford' -I brooke. 34. of LaGrange' Ga, was Auxiliary president will attend accompanied ert The Simon.bride's mother wore a yel- For Mrs. Edith P. Leaman. 73. several days at the Granger homeon
parents in West Palm : brought to shore by Lifeguard by delegates and a who died at Titusville Monday will Neptune Road.
low dress with white accessories
Beach. Clyde Morgan. group of the members of Unit be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Mrs. J. E. Lupfer Sr.. has' been
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Watts! Coroner E. A. Donovan said No. 10. and a blue and white corsage. the Koon-Smith Funeral Home' with visiting in St. Augustine. I
spent the holiday in Daytona yesterday that the man died from Committees to serve for the I Following a reception at the I the Rev. R. Wayne Owens Meth- Mr.\ and Mrs. Steve Williams
home of Mrs. W. L. Riley
E Beach coming year appointed by the had as their guests Mrs. Delno
accidental drowning.Commissioners odist pastor in charge. Burial will
Mr. and Mrs. James Albritton. new president to the Auxiliaryare couple left for a trip through be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Doran. Mrs. Bill Spangler .and two .z .
celebrated their !I follows Florida and then to Pennsylvaniawhere children of Jacksonville.Mr. .
I fifth wedding anniversary as : Americanism Mrs.
Friday and left yesterday School Roy Graves child welfare Mrs. P. they will visit his relatives.Mr. and Mrs. :Miles Sharp left
for a sporting lodge in WeUk Board Plan K. Weaver Negro affairs. Mrs. Fisher will then go to San Leesburg Radio StationTo today for a vacation in Tennesseeand
where Mr and Mrs. Meeting Earl Murphy Francisco where he will be sta- Georgia. 1ii
they Joined ; community service, Go Air
Phil Knox Dr. and Mrs. Theodore i See ,01 to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Mrs. B. Agnes Brinson; constitution on Friday Mr and Mrs. C. E. Guffin left ;
I Hahn. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Teague. TAVARES-Lake County Com- and by-laws Mrs. Howard Leona Dutton: national defense. [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] today for Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. J W. McCormick missioners and the Board of Public Seel: education of orphans of veterans Mrs. John Wilder; PanAmericanism LEESBURG Leesburg's new Mrs. Joe P. Brown. Joe Brown
Henry PoppeU and Dr. and Mrs.,' Instruction will meet Monday Mrs. E. J. Parker; Girls study. Mrs. G. Y. Bast; Poppy radio station. WLBF. will be on I Jr., and Miss Autrey Brown of '
John Smith. I morning at 10 o'clock in regular State. Mrs. Roy Prtntis; junior Mrs. K. N. White; publicity Mrs. the air permanently beginningnext George N. a. are houseguests of .-.r'I'f
.
Miss Betty Martin former De- monthly sessions. activities. Mrs. Rebecca McConnell Bob Eby: radio Mrs. Marvin Drig- Friday morning. Mr.\ and Mrs. D. L. Autrey. Mrs. ,.", ...... '" : ;
Land: high school student now attending -j ; Legislature Mrs. Ralph C. gers; rehabilitation. Mrs.\ P. K. Brown is Mr. Autrey's sister. .diI:
Vassar, is visiting her mother -,i The chimpanzee and other apes Rupert; membership Mrs. Hugh Weaver; scholarship, Mrs. John Florida's timber supply has Mr. and Mrs. Evans Palmer of -'-,'-' 0[""
mho has opened' their home have color vision that is Identical Tregre; memorial and gold star Colombo and finance Mrs. Malvin shrunk 26 per cent in the last 10 Gainesville Ga., visited here last j
to: en 8. Julia Ave I with that of human beings. Mrs. Carl Kenton; musi-% Mrs. Samuels. yeas. week.SILVERTONE j
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I '!On) Education *. (tV KIS5L\lMEE-l"tnal'*( ;'ol to The Sunday Sentinel three-per-Stcrl) Jump 60 Per CentJACKSONVILLE I Units IncreaseBy I Of Cab Driver (


formance averages at the fourth [AP] Exports valued at $33,400,OOO MAYME HODGKIN I MIAMI TAP] State Investigator
and to fOur Own Stcff Correspondent I Ray Mills said last night tht&
imports amounting $17,100,000 passed through
i TALLAHASSEE rAP Florida annual Silver Spurs Rodeo held SANFORD-The annual
reportof
;iVscher are going to have a lot here July 3, 4, gave Babe Athlon, Florida ports during the first quarter of 1947 the researchand commodities sold at the San- a 20-year-old ex-soldier had .been 1

2nort college) credits when school i. R rh Melbourne, first place In the bronc industrial division of the Florida State Chamber of ford State Farmer's Market from arrested and was being questioned I

Reopens next September. Commerce reported yesterday its weekly business July 1, 1946 through June 30 in connection with the fatal shoot.
contest.Second .
riding
i They are going back to college review. 1947 shows the sale. of 133,349 ing early yesterday of Chris T. i
:Jor mort training this Summer In place went to Billy I i
more units than the previous year Theodorou 25-Year-old
"Compared with the first taxi
word numbers in an effort to Ward, Kisslmmce. and third to quar- for a total of $$331,315.89 less than I
Qualify for the greatest possible Prices ter of 1946 this year's trade showsan Lehman driver. ;.
Frankie Boston Eau Oallle. Mon- Orange 1946, according to Mgr. H. J.
aaUrr Increases under the new increase of 60 per cent in the. Mills said the youth was arrested -
School which bases roe Hansel. Kissimmee placed
4ft educational Jaw background.I pay. raises e atK first In the bull riding events. Value of exports from the State I Total units for the '46-47 season after 10 Miami and Dade

Then. ton. there appears to be iV First place calf roping honors I and 10 per cent Increase in the were 1,185,370 as against 1,052.- County police officers late yesterday
I ., Doc] Partin with Show Decline 021 last year. Total sales this surrounded the building .is
i ;when from other States parularly Amos Bronson second and Buddy stated."Exports, II season were $2,308,018 and for the which he was staying in Coconut
Bronson third. All three are from previous year 2639334. Of this Grove
QeorJ1a.-.rho are anxious
I ve handled by the Port amount for the just closed,
take advantage of Florida's new Kissimmee. [5perial' to The Sunday Sentinel Stor] of Pensacola amounted to $11.- year Mills declared that etettt
I out-of-State units were 180,801
Iberal teachers' salary and retire- 11 i i Tommy Reaves, Kisslmmec. was NEW YORK-Heavy supplies of i 900,000 during the three-month and sales $101,631. i at the scene of the arrest fewta!
were
first in the steer wrestling event .
t Plato both California and Florida oranges 'period this year. Other Florida a .32 caliber pk1*.I. wtth the
will Bill Barber Fort Christmas, I Some of the products showing chamber loaded In Ute ,"" ',
With tnltlton extra In State came in last week and exporting ports, in order, were
second and Oscar Tyson Klssim
the greatest volume in units hip pocket.
aeney available. and a cash In- West 'Palm Beach Tampa,
third. The team of Tommy caused moderate declines in prices.
mee Here as follows: cabbage, 366.-
:.featlve U hire teachers with 4 Miami Port Everglades Panama The youth was handcuffed
Bronson and Jack Wilson, Kissim- Both California and Florida are i 477 sacks; oranges, 188.361crates 14
mere training, tome countlt are City Jacksonville and Key taken to the Miami police ttaUs
milking
.deeMing the nantber of their mee won the wild cow shipping' heavier than they did a Uett. ; green beans, 156,319 for questioning He was
and Wilbur act
event. Frankie Boston
bushel hampers celery, 391,633
fanltr member who have four- at this time and Indications ; booked
year ago nor were charges prt.ferred. .
Martin. Eau Gallic were second "Jacksonville led in the valueof crates. Avocadoes brought the
eellege degrees. will hold .
that receipts
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highest price unit
t school inState up quite heavy again this week. average per i, Theodorou. a veteran of M
Summer
f )Every college Lanier. Kissimmee, were third. lion], followed closely by Tampa. although the quantity was small flying -
She has reported heavy Invreate Normally. California Valencias are missions in the luropeta
: The Melbourne girl's relay team Other Florida importing ports in
-51 bushels at $10.04 each.
in enrollment In its teacher composed of Shirley Kaufman plentiful at this time but the FlorIda order, were Miami Port' Everglades Theater, and the only son of a
an: ling courses s t Edna Allen, Georgette Bass and season Is lasting longer than West Palm Beach and : Cabbage went down a number: Lowell, Mas. clergyman, wed

u as few years ago theaTatem ; : .. Joan Suh!, won over their Kls expected. At this time last year Pensacola."A of times in price and suddenly found slumped beneath the steer
= was begging for ...... ; ';:' simmee opponents. In the men'srelay the shipping. season was about significant trend in FloridaLtrade jumped high for a few days making I ing wheel of his t'&bItb two
of any kind and issuing : tf1f Mi' the Kissimmee team bested : over. is the change In the natureof the yearly average $1.07. or- bullet holes in the head and another -
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temporary certificates on minimum "u'"" W j .* the Melbourne team. H. H. Partia, I Sales l of Florida oranges! commodities handled. Reflecting anges averaged $2.41, iceberg ,, under the right arm. Police
)educational standards the certification f.o, : \\N 1 Pat Johnston Tommy Bornson through Thursday totaled 130ears i. this trend. 1947 imports showed lettuce, $3.20 for 19883 crates; found the body about 5 a.m.
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division of the State Department +,' .,.. ., ,S .., and Clay M, Whaley made up the which exceeded the previous I I an increase of 100 per cent in peppers, which maintained a high
of Education now Isnrorkmg ; Kissimmee entry week when 120V i cars were pound value exports 154 per cent price through the season, 11.249 : Single Funeral ServiceFor
overtime processing appU- FLORIDA ORANGE JUICE FOR "OKLAHOMANS" Nance offered !increase. bushels at $4.26; okra $4.80 a
cations. Winners in the goat catching "Shipments this year of fruits bushel. Crash Victims Set
Stilley of Winter Haven, left, queen of the Florida Citrus Exposition Large sizes sold somewhat lower I
| The net result of the new school event, open to boys and girls .. and vegetables, finished products, The largest returns in money TALLAHASSEE r TAP] A single
asm cannot be calculated: but Dlr. is shown with Mary Hatcher of Tampa, right, cur- under 12 years of age, were Sun- and at the close most sales were nitrates, building materials new were as follows: green beans, funeral service win be held here

Uames I.. Graham of the State Department rently playing the lead in the New York hit show "Oklahoma"cast ny Boy Whaley and Norman within with a range 2305.85 of $2.50-5.50 week com- I. print, machinery and finished $415,808; .cabbage. $392,130; celery today for six of the eight

of Education Division of handing a case of canned Florida orange juice to the Piatt both of Kissimmee. pared Offerings of California a Valen-ago. goods figure strongly in the increase $409,599; oranges, $453,954; victims of a holiday coittstoo: between

:Finance estimated it will result crew of a plane bound for London. The juice is for the American Horses entered in the Palomino cias were stepped'up and for the I "of'pound value of Florida iceberg lettuce, $63,625; grape- a crowded passenger car

an raising the average pay of Florae cast of "Oklahoma" there who wrote that they were home- show and listed in order of their first four days totaled 147 cars trade. fruit, $45,395; cucumbers $36- and a gasoline truck near Bristol
!* teachers from about $1.600 to 403; peppers. $47,920; tangerines Thursday night.
placings, as well as their owners, against 115 the week before. Prices
end Stewardess Estelle
M. Geselbracht
33100 a fear.Trachers sick for.It. Capt. Henry are as follows: eased slightly under the heavier I until such time as Florida offer- $65,779; tomatoes $80,953; yellow Rev. Sanders of the Tallahassee"

j_ with less than twoincrease Berg are also shown. Foals: Annette, E. Smith, Or- receipts and average for the week ings begin to get light. squash $32,294. First Baptist Church and Rev,

;; ii of eollete trainlru-but won't get lando; Rajah Massey Ranch, New was $3.47 against $3.75' for the I Competing fruits and melons Jernigan of the Church of the
those with Smyrna Beach; Golden Gabriel A. previous period. I Citrus Bureau Reports Nazarene were to conduct the
jnore than four years of college UofF I Garcia, Orlando. Florida grapefruit sales fell off are now coming along in big I services for all aeabtta of the

Trill get substantial raises. That Cowboy Title Expects Fillies from one to two years: but> were still quite heavy for this volume.melons Shipments of water- 206,968 Boxes Shipped Clyde and CooJey Whit.famtes
have been heavy for the
rvhy they are going back; to col- who died in their
i Ginger Bar S. Bar Ranch. Zeph- late in the season. Sales through past two weeks and WINTER HAVEN [API Lastweek's flaming
4er t this Summer. EnrollmentOf yrhills; Princess Gold, H. E. Pres- Thursday totaled 39 cars against large supplies I citrus shipments as reported mobile
hand holiday
The school law sets up six cott, Orlando; Golden Lassie 92 cars the week previous. Prices in were terminal on for the by the State Citrus Inspection -
markets. In autoJ
I teacher, ranks on which State To[ Be Awarded\ I Claude Hardin. Lakeland; Blazer show a wide range, and at the northern markets the demandfor i Bureau totaled 206,968 boxes Sheriff's Condition J
contribution to the counties 9,000 B. B. Purcell Orlando close most sales were within a watermelons reaches its against 465,259 boxes. the previous
;>win be based. of with I Reported as 'Fair'FERNANDINA
Colts one to two years: Golden range $2.00-6.00 compared peak at the Fourth of July. week.
I. For every teacher with less than [Special to The Sunday Sentinel.Storl Speed. to The Sunday Sentinel-Star King, entered .by A. Sanford Or- $1.75-5.65 the week before. Last week's shipments were 17- I API J Hawaii
:two years' of college, the county ARCADIA The All-Florida GAINESVILLE-The UniversityOf lando. California grapefruit supplies While the strawberry crop did 805 boxes of grapefruit and 189- County Deputy Sheriff Robert
r trill get $1.000; for each teacher championship cowboy title will. be Florida's approved construction Mares, two to three years: Lusty Increased slightly and totaled nine not turn out so well as expected 163 of oranges. Adams was reported in fair condition -
with two or three yean of college decided this afternoon.The Gold, owned by Walter Bronson, cars through Thursday against five In many sections It proved: to be Season's totals were 9,229.777 at a Jacksonville hospital
::1.400: for three to four lean, second day of the competi- totaling more than $7 million Includes Orlando. cars the week before. Prices av- exceptional in Michigan where It boxes of grapefruit 29216.294 last night white the sheriffs office

: 1.SOO. for four years of college ion ended yesterday with Gene temporary facilities for the Mares, three years and over: eraged $3.40 for the period. Heavy was more than double what it was boxes of oranges and 2,457,608 here continued its heat for the

:*2.350; for a masters degree or Craft of Zolfo Spring and Runt enrollment of 9,000 students next Taffy, Mrs. L. Partin, Kissimmee; shipments were made last week I last year. The strawberry seasonis boxes of tangerines for a grand Negroes who stabbed.... and another -
:rite years of college $3.000: and Smith of Nocatee virtually deadlocked !September, university officials ad- Crowfoot's Golden Princess, Boba- but the offerings here will be light about over now.. total of. 40,903,679 boxes officer.Belyhinf .

tfor a year of college beyond themaster's In the race for the coveted vised here yesterday. Jean Ranch Tampa; Lady Dollar
i [ degree. $3.600. honor. Taffy, Howard Schatz. Lakeland;
Of the more than $7 million hi
1; The University of Florida reported Friday's records In the time Oolden Prescott Mrs. H. E. Pres-
buildings, in construction already ,
or
S3S students enrolled in events-balldogging 'and calf cott Orlando Lady Goldie Richey
completed, more than $5
teacher training courses this Sumner both broken at the Bartow.
roping-were Mrs. Richey bill k94GcAR
million is earmarked for
permanent -
i compared with 500 a year Saturday performance of the
buildings and facilities, Stallions two to three years: T"r
Arcadia Rodeo with .Albert
ago.There George Baughman, assistant busi- Golden Glow, Boba-Jean Ranch
4S Increase
cent
I was a per Barthle of San Antonio roping
ness in. charge of construction Tampa Orlando Gold Elmer
In teacher training courses and tying his calf in 29.9 seconds manager ; srs
said. Orlando Pasco Chief,
I Jones ;
at Florida State University. and Top Barlow of Wau-
Largest building under construc- James Cannon San Antonio,
Teacher training enrollment at chum wrestling his steer In 12
tion Is the new gymnasium a Fla.; Golden flash, Mrs. Lelra
iSteUon University was up from seconds to top the bulldogging
166 a year ago to 253 this Summer, Harold Driggers of Wauchula $1,681,000 project that will be one Jones, Orlando.
s of the finest of its kind in
and there was a slighter Increase won bull riding, while Arthur plants Stallions, three years and over, QUALITY
South when
*at the University of MiamL. Davis of Okeechobee topped the the finished. [for pleasure]: Silver King of

bronc riding Saturday. Nathan Bray's Island T. S. Roberts. Jack-
"A study of quail food habits In 3azellef of Okeechobee and Naomi were as follows: calf roping sonville; Buster Junior, A. Garcia,
Peninsular Florida" one of the Hewitt of Lakeland won the flag Smith Craft: bulldogging-War- Orlando.

I many research piece by the Biology race by running the course in 41.2 ren Holloway of Arcadia. Smith; Stallions, three years and over
Department of the University seconds. bull riding-Paul Langford of [for work]: Golden Dollar Bill.
of Florida that are of Interest to Other prize winners Saturday, I II Zolfo Springs James Cowart of Schatz Lakeland; Buster Senior,
'h:Florida sportsmen. I listed In order after.the winners I,I Wauchula. Garcia Orlando; Iben_Topaz B I .l

E. Purcell, Orlando; King MUI, + -Jx psi

Claude Hardin, Lakeland; Pres-
cott Price, Prescott, Orlando. ,i ti
Geldings: El Roble T. S. Rob y

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TALLAHASSEE lAP] Pres.
Doak S. Campbell of Florida State 1

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State College in 1933 and receivedher only Body by Fisher in the low price field!

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Florida which makes him his money.

QHLAKDO. FLORIDA * cjMAMEN 'eotnz& :
Death Toll RisesBecause'WeAct
I Reader Says .
_-kr. ".. Year's Day. Yow th ot JuI Labor ORLANDO'S GROWTH HAS come. from
s.nth.I4tr .
l'oJ Day *" Chrlauna* by Co. "
'I ols ... DaJt.r. twtpapmra. Inc4 at 231 toutb Oraai Av*. By JOHN BRA N S COM B
.taRd.. I'M. Now our growth Is attracting the green- Like Children'Editor

a.m..s; "astMMo. erId**.&.*vr...1&..the matter Act at at Marc the 3d.Port" 117$Office. at eyed envy of other sections of the State. They call him by many names. He is preacher 'Jesus Loves Me' man." One's heart thrills to I

This means we must go to work _at once dominie and sky-pilot. The English call him the that kind of thing. What a Joy to be so identified The Sunday Sentinel-Star! :
.
tONC-All Departnentt tin ______ with the great values of life that even the little '. I have never been able to understand -
TWUon Price Sunday Paly IUD Per Yr. and in a bigger and better way than ever "parson. This is a corruption of "The Person." '
! !! children think of you In terms of the sacred why the American public
MMT A....... fMMMna Hussy !*&. ..taoeaui D-aeroi before. There was a time when the minister of a community faces and places. i seems to go berserk on a holiday. c'Vj P

Ji,&. CAVTMM, c;... MM. MANCV T. Uwtmci A... Dii.I Growth costs money and Orlando cer- ,was looked to as the great person. He From this home I moved on to a hospital and i Every year the death toll mounts

)Y. Unrrr .... MM. RMKT. WM.TM. CLASS Mea.t4.L tainly intends to continue to grow. was more widely read better educated, and had visited from room to room. One dear old lady, I all because we act like children. __
I ""IIU: MA-A$*. la N.....' Ce.. o-.. Sic Tiu hard of broken failing looks Is there any reason why a holiday
hearing. hip sight
'
When the do.nothingers of the community traveled more than most of the people in the should be any different than a p
,t_ HMMT***. CM. Mu. &. T. Mius. Trre. Sviv.jw. . turn short-sighted thumbs downon town and the people looked upon him with ft up -at me each time I go as if she is trying to ':Sunday outing or an ordinary
Potts S.
Cuiut '?
u-.., Cirr da. MM. MIKIH,
face attached
memorize my face. It's a very homely picnic? When we learn to control
which will continued
t..;.'" ", na Ludat.4 PrH' projects mean to me, but it's the parson's face and has i I our emotions and start acting like

*1 AMoeuud PTM la .cJultftl7 eatRJ growth and prosperity to Central Flor r something in it that a tired old lady needs and normal adults this needless slaughter _ _ _ _ _ _
d !. tfe for re-pobacatton ef all ida-turn thumbs down because the :r ((/ NlJ l! ( wants. Any pastor could multiply these experiences will be reduced to a minimum
.... .i.(MtebM accredited to it er not
n*** a ta4" WIper and projects might cost a little money, let's ''5 TffSN&J by the thousands for every day affords i until then we will continue settings _

'W lrtfht tfc* kal far -pubucauoa isos publitlMd eI Mt'eia.A pedal. e give: them the deaf ,ear treatment.The lli7 him the opportunity to enter into the intimate new recora.s.I P.C.F. upon the proposition that the people .

e. atc ee herea an alas retenred. fellowship of family life in such a way that is I own the Government not the
-
challenge has been flung. It's up not the privilege and lot of many people. Government the people. ,

_j pse6 ST.TNDAY.JULY.1g47 to Central Florida now. And people are patient and kind to the Warren Says People Should While the terrible tide of totali

.. preachers too. This Is illustrated by an incident : Perpetuate Their/ ; Independence tarianism relentteMly ......

TODAY'S THOUGHTS THE MERRY-GO-ROUND which took place in Alabama. A colored man I Editor. The Sunday Sentinel-Star most of mankind 144 mUUon !

'Te rye that mocketh at hi* father, and desfcteeth went into the office to see his boss and said I Last Friday we celebrated the Americans rest securely on the I II
Mt. Ararat of individual ;
fl to obey his mother, the ravens of,the valley "We have a grand preacher now. He wears a 171st anniversary of the birth of of I We should consecrate eMmlm liberty :

i than pick It out, and the young eagles shall eat Mine SafetYBlocked winged-collar spats, split-tail coat. and a toupe. this nation.travail In and 6,000 sunering.years human recorded - I the task of perpetiMttec iore*..

4 -Proverbs 20:17.: He is a wonderful speaker and all the sisters adore II beings got their first official I the independence that was deeUt.

By DREW PEARSON him."We recognition as such by a Government ed 171 yers ago.
WASHINGTON-Despite all the talk about mine want to buy a car for him in keeping j when on July 4. 1776, the FULLER WAJUtEK.

4 H'Obey thy parents: keep thy word justly: swear safety after the tragic Centralia. HL. accident. the with his dignity. We want you to sell it to us Declaration of Independence pro- I

nfil,-Shakespeare.Woke coal mines were handed bacK to the operators last sense of awe and reverence. Some people refer on the credit for him and let him have all the claimed: Cartoon Called True Story,

week without Congressional action on a mine-safety 'to the minister as a reverend and there are those gas he needs." The dealer agreed. Sometime "We hold these truths to be I 01 florida/ Citrus Muddle

1 *w. who qualify for a place in the category of the later the man came back and said -"Our parson self-evident that all men are I
Up! To Put Editor. The Sunday 8enU&el-8tr
Tampa Trying
Chiefly responsible for the dilly-dallying-tactics reverend but one preacher took exception when has run off with that car." The dealer said created equal that they are endowed :

I Its Hand in Central Florida's Pocket! are Rep. Max Schwabe [Mo and Rep. Wint Smith he was cited in the newspaper as "Neverend "You aren't going to let him get by with that, inalienable by their Creator rights.with that certain -I of The your cartoon paper on was the a fair front statement pt-

r OOK CLOSELY AT this man's picture. : [Kans] both Republicans. If_ _ _ Jones." The lengthy sermons which some of us are you?" "Naw. sir." he retorted. ""'e. the I among these are life liberty and I of the existing condition st
I. pulpiteers preach justify that mistake. deacons have sent the police after him and I the citrus fruit btntnm
LJ is I If there Is another tragic mine explosion the pursuit of happiness. That to
I ; He a friendly enemy of Orlando. many miners will lay the But whatever men may call the preacher they have caught him In New Orleans." The !secure these rights Governments I Personalities Jealousies and e*.

f He is Mayor Sam Davis of Dunedin. blame at their door. they all greatly need the function which he fills dealer went on, "What will be your penalty are Instituted among men. deriving rus politic flouriah while the

I He is urging Tampa and the West Coast I I Ii Another Republican. Rep. ; k in their lives and in the life of the world. You And the deacon replied, "We go make that their Just powers from the con- citrus grower ....f...

; Orlando : sometimes hear referred to ten- preacher back here and it out." I of the governed." C. H. WALKER.
i t o top growth by attracting people Gerald Landis Und, has been_ _ _ a preacher as a come preach' sent The Fiortd Cttm
to tradeI.theTarnpa pushing mine safety, but his bill thousand dollar man or a five thousand dollar This reminds me that I'm back in my home This nation was the first Government -j President

is blocked In the secrecy of committee preacher. or perhaps a two-thousand dollar parson.I town in a revival meeting while you are, reading I ever founded squarely Exchange. __ _

I area. by Schwabe and Smith._ _ But their real worth cannot be calculated in this. It's a small Alabama town hard to find I
Though making no statements dollars. How could you ever pay him for the sentiment on the map sort of off to one side and isolated CRACKER POLITICS
1 Of '
course, 4$0b i tell that and beauty involved in that moment when but it's my home town and I love it. Now. I
publicly, they colleagues ,
Mayor Davis 1i the Landis Bill must be postponed | I you ,stood with your beloved at the altar and have been'invited back to conduct an old-fashioned I

] CTS Orlando until Congress can make a time- ; : I were united in holy wedlock? What could ever meeting. I've preached there on Sunday beforeon Judge Tom Sebring May EnterGovernor's

lefthandedompliment ; : consuming and needless lnvesti.4:' t fJlaUonafter' ; really express" in pay whatyou feel In your heart several; occasions, but this will be the first;

! in Congress adjourns. Pearson toward the preacher for holding your baby in his experience I have had in a revival in the old ReturnBy

is talk about Schwabe even refused to hold public hearings arms and dedicating his life to God In baptism? place I knew as a boy.I Race Upon
I He stood beside when mother got thrill out of the
you was desperately a eight-page weekly
ur growth, on the Landis BIll. also refused to put the question /LIEN MORRIS -'
.' 1' m and death seemed nlgn and he offered the newspaper published up there where I first discovered -
4' Jr business to a committee vote. Correspondent
.* ..* jL t I On the Senate GOP Butler prayer that brought peace and contentment to America. My picture was on the front Our ToUohossee ,;
I rid our side. Sen. [Neb]. TALLAHASSEE good many poUtical d tUrfonsin
4 pros- your heart. Write him a check for that? page. Amen. There was an editorial entitled
1 e r 11 y. For 4 4I Public Lands Committee chairman is now much He led you Into intimate fellowship with God "Home Town Boy Makes Good." I may not become Florida are being left unmade until the reteta from Germany -
more alert regarding mine safety. He is quite
r 1 his we thank I| and stood with you at the altar when you made a "prophet with honor in his own country"but of Judge H. L. Sebring.

I im. ment willing of to Federal pass a mine-safety temporary bill rules-until continuing such enforce-timeas your vows: unto the Lord. Could you ever pay I'm going to have myself a great time." Aside Known Statewide as "Tom" Sebnng, the Supreme I

I However, : slow-moving Schwabe and Smith on the House him what that's worth? And when dad slipped from doing some preaching. I'm going to do some Court Justice has been sitting. on a war crimes tribunal ::

ben an op- 1 side of the Capitol will consent to permanent away the preacher was there and read from the first class eating. For my home town is the I since last Fall after the \J111te

I 3sInggen. lation. Word in such 'a way that you could feel the place where they invented fried chicken and they States Government borrowed him situation developed wWeft ea.*.
legis-I breath of God. and lifted. 'can cook field in eighteen different
yourheart was Pay
peas styles. from the State.
f ''ral tops his I Note-The history of mine tragedies Is ed GOT. Sbolts to offer Retfteg
him for that? I give up. You cannot put a priceon Ham grows on trees up there and it's one place He's expected back by Aug. 15
j_aad, a bo u t MAYOR SAM DAVIS after each mine accident the entire nation such experiences. The preacher is custodianof where a fellow can get "grits" and a-plenty and. as the Supreme Court will be a Circuit judgeship at Gatoet

I I. next tactical about remedial legislation. Then the coal-operator values that matter most but they can't be Another thing rm going to do Is call on some In recess during August. Sebring ville, 'which be accepted.

move, it is well to sit up and pay him lobby forgotten.gets busy. Congress dawdles and mine safetyIs bought over counter. friends over" at Oak Hill Cemetery. That partof will have an opportunity to look Most justices come to the hill

1 some heed. The preacher has a ,unique Job. His task town has grown considerably since I left around Sebring in is comparative involved In leisure.three tribunal through. gubernatorial

r I There have been generals who lulled The*Navy is developing a secret reconnaissance involves a multitude: of things, but one of the there as a school boy a quarter of a century ago.I matters directly-two. perhaps, I. appointment, but after Peking

i whole nations into a false sense of security plane. the "flying turtle." to guard American shores most'interesting phases of his work falls in the know the kind of hospitality the old grave not of his own choosing although' had served on the Circuit bench

i\\ by prematurely. telling the truth about against fast deep-sea submarines which the Germans field of the pastoraL The Bishop stood over yard and will down afford.the Many times before I've walkedup neither may be regarded as displeasing long enough to took for promotion

where -an attack would be made. developed before the end of the war. It will in the Amen Corner at conference and admonIshed paths of "God's Acre" there for any person would be Justice J. B. WWtfleid decided
and felt a deep sense of gratitude for the have his name I .
to
memories complimented
this is the Davis be a land-based patrol plane. equipped with super the younl' men coming into the conferencefor
Perhaps strategy.In end of
1 that have haunted me, reminding me of : favorably mentioned for Governor to retire but at the
devices for sounding out objects lurking In theocean's work.:"Go to see the people. If you don'tpnl' ,
it is wewarit Orlando's
case Mayor. the devotion and loyalty on the part of a lot of Florida or president of the his term so the place would be
: our Chambers of Commerce and our busi- depths. bells and go to see the people during the of people who gave me life and love and laughter I I University of Florida. open to election. Sebrtnc ran One
The Navy asked Congress for $78 million to week they wont come to hear you on Sunday." I that of Sebring's
The third matter out.
ness men to know what Mayor Davis had Have you been,back to your home town lately? of his two opponents dropped
manufacture this mysterious craft but the GOP Amen Bishop! re-election to the Supreme I -
and he was elected
Try it! It's "
to the other quite an experience and then when
day.MAYOR .
say nickeT-nursers.in the House concerned with will be decided by the set-
more I Court. Just before be left for Europe.
I. Pastoral work sometimes develops into a laborious we all get back here we can assemble in the
dollars than defense turned it down. Desperately tlement of the two other ques Sebring brushed Made ue tioas
task but every sincere preacher knows thatit Amen Corner and talk about the
DAVIS IS .construction things we saw tions. with
a man. the Navy appealed to the Senate Appropriations about running for Governor
is of the most of his entire and did. And if
one rewarding parts someone asks. "Did '
get
you a
travels all the State and Committee Behind locked doors. Navy technicians the statement that he WM happyat
decision
over ministry. A few days I calling in thrill out of the old Indirectly, Sebring's {
ago was a home town? . . all of the court. Which, even if a
I knows first hand of Orlando's growth andTampa's divulged the secret plane. stressed that the Russians home and the little four year old girl called her us will echo In unison. ...... affects a great many persons completely truthful statement.
had taken over the German plants where for ranks already are forming
problem. mother, saying "Mamma come out. here's that Amen I also the
the new type of submarines were designed. and Amen. for next Spring's cabematorlalCilmPiI.CII. certainly was potittothirir
Said the Dunedin Mayor: -. tn tav" then.

"It is imperative that Tampa grow More Statesmanlike Senate Republicans : People WboHe not Mttarted
larger and attract more markets where promptly"authorized the Navy to go ahead with I WASHINGTON TREADMILL !, The early announcement of his I with McCarty u a oaadMftte. .but
candidacy by Tom Watson. the out of step with Watonn and :
Its plans promised the money will be appropriated i are
business concerns and residents. the continuous campaign of Fuller
I
Warren philosophically. are
West Coast and Central Florida can buy by the* next Congress at which time the "firingturtles' : Men Now for Extension I Warren, the naive statement of among those pinning their hope
will be ready to Into Sugar
production.
go
without having ,to go to Jacksonville, Orlando I I Dan McCarty that he was -avail on Sebring. Pretty Much the
or Atlanta." Note-FutUre war may take the form of atomic I.able_ _" and a.bush-beating. .. of WalI. :, same people who supported ...
bombs carried In very deep-sailing submarines. I ter Jse--au. tnese nave servea' sard Holland and Millar oaw all
; Thanks again. Mayor Davis. 'You put By FRANK KENNEDYOur peace the country will know It bill rolled through the com to open the 1948 derby months I for Governor would ".".. ".

Orlando in fast company and that's whatwe The Taft-Hartley: Labor Act has become law. The[ Florida Washington Congressional Correspondent delegation ] by 1950. And If such an unhappy mittee. ahead of time.

like. Matching business strokes with but the shooting Isn't over. GOP Senators are now I ., fate overtakes the law; Sen.' At the time. Congressman Hen- Those people In politicstheones bring.Many more people..eopesklt"
which has fought a long who must be "right, for
the big boys improves our style and we've rowing backstage over who will head a Senate- Pepper can proclaim his own dricks, ,served on two subcommittees -I business and other reasons-who old graduate of the nslc'vitt.. ?
and battle and his Florida
losing against foresight
quotas uncanny -
been working on growth and improvement House committee to studylabor conditions later constituency will know all Independent Offices and I expect to fence-straddle until who knew him as a tostbP
and acreage controls on cane I hi ihe -
amend the law. coach an Instructor er
for years. about that too. Labor and Federal Security. No February or March so they could
keen
Dour Joe Ball the serious-minded Senator from sugar has learned with some astonishment be surer of their leap. may find alumni aMOdat-len-lla.
More
from
Mayor Davis opportunity existed I
: to delve into .
peest.
The vote the Taft-Hartley plugging for SHrIRI' a
on
Minnesota, wants the job. More Important. he that most of the themselves therefore outside any
"I doubt if many of the West Coast has the secret support of Senator Bob Taft. However 'Glades operators now favor the bill like the 1918 vote on prohibition Navy plans for Florida: only members camp if they wait. dent to succeed the nth tog

I and Tampa leaders realize it but Orlando many Republicans consider Ball too anti- can make, or break almost of the Navy,Appropriations Sebring's isolation has helped John J. Tiger
to extend the
U becoming a major competitor for the ,labor, prefer progressive Sen. George Aiken of I new proposals sugar every member whose vote Is on Subcommittee had such chances. him immeasurably. Unlike Mc- Some seem to detect a feelIng
act for five more years with a fix- record. according to the later con Carty. Rose. Watson and others In the Board of Control to preferan
This
West Coatt. That is a growing city. You Vermont.As week after the Navy had i
ed quota of 500.000 tons annuallyfor sequences. i whose well-meaning but disconcerting for the presidency,
; 0 have reiterated decision to deactivate I! -i outsider
Orlando Jacksonville and Miami one Republican Senator II
put it: "To name * .
continental, Banana I i friends have hammered but as disclosed in .to We41ve debate
shuffle
River the of subcommittees
on the East Coast and each is the center someone like Joe Ball to head this study commission cane sugar pro- The work of a special forestry occurred. them daily for decision Sebring over another ........ the recent -

of the trade area. They are expanding." in the midst,of all the agitation over passage ducers.It steering committee. led by Cong. Hendricks found himself Congressman off the, had only to keep quiet. Off the | choice of two ..-PIar1d1anI

Then Mayor Davis tells about of the Taft-Hartley Bill would be like waving a red equally is astonishing that Sikes of Florida and Rivers of Labor and Federal Security court he had no opinions to write as State bureau chiefs waist ea-
Tampa flag In labor's fa e." virtually all segments of the industry South Carolina has prompted for and newly to the group 1'1 and this offended no one. Too. he ougb in itself to aeaurt saUsfM-
appointed Navy'
being a trade center on the West Coast "but producers refiners. and estry 'products industries. State ,
Even such' mid-road 'Senators as Lodge of Subcommittee. This irritating and' could not be charged even with I I
having considerable trouble 'at home. in Massachusetts. Baldwin of Connecticut and fellow I distributors. favor the terms of conservation commissions and provoking speculation haunts J i I purposely enveloping himself In tion.Each of these ginttMMa fatted
now
trying to extend narrow boundaries." MInnesotan Tbye lean against Ball. the new bill which will be knownas trade and professional associations the Congressman. Had the trans-I mystery about future intentions. I Ii to produce up to the satcUtions
The expanded { the sugar act of 1947. It is even allied to forestry to suggestthe j i That duty in Germany may be of their backers. Mwrte UMM
city limits for Tampa is All three fer in he have
obviously had Joe in mind when. at a''! several come time might I>
more astonishing that the formation of apermanent bodyto put down as another of the too fetch. Perhaps the
lucky hopes were
I what the Mayor is shooting for. He believes recent closed-door GOP conference they Insisted !Government been able to bludgeon the Navy '
departments concerned. foster legislation favorable to breaks in Tom Sebring's fortunes. : credentials could hove .Won n-
that a larger Tampa, with more industry, that chairman of the Labor Study Committee be a'' Agriculture Interior and forestry in the House. Department into retaining the I You may remember that after amined more ilossfrr had they had

more business houses will mean more pros- Senator "known tc.be friendly to labor." Treasury also are In accord. In During the Winter and early Banana River base in operation? having been elected to the been home folk*. and a* ........
perity for the Tampa area. Note.-.The joint House-Senate Committee is I earlier sugar battles the various Spring. the Sikes-Rivers combination He will never know but for the Navy I Legislature from Duval Countrbut obtained of their aMftttes fairer
must back again more
We believe he is right. provided under the Taft-Hartley Act to continue elements of the industry disagreed :! assisted by 70 other Congressmen come this time next before be served, a political to the men the..rlft16.I .
__ among themselves. and with money year.
studying labor problems some :I and two score products
Orlando must begin thinking along the next session recommend changes of the departments who never spokesmen succeeded in holding I

same lines.If were in accord either. This one budget estimates for forestry appropriations Since the House sustained President !- THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
Truman's veto of the tax bill:
must be a pretty good bill-for well in line with
we are to continue the march upwardin During the
this Committee
the
war. column Senate Appropriations
once criticized everybody except the consumers. White: House budget estimates. Itwas I
bank clearings and deposits, in retail treatment of Navy enlisted men at the Naval Air I the only bureau in the Department has ceased to bear downso I; Solution of Modern Problems
and wholesale business and in population Station Patuxtent. Md. Therefore it's a pleasure Congressman Peterson of of Agriculture which severely In departmental appropriations -
we are going to have to to report that today this air Lakeland still is a hold-out on fared for the next fiscal ,I
give our residents same station.>under the fixed so well. ,
scheme. lie
Capt. A. B. Vosseler and quota contends year. I Be Found in Job's Plan
and our business people more for their Wes executive officer Comdr. that nobody at any time The SIkes-Rlvers outfit start May

money in the way of municipal services. Byng. has become one of the" Navy's, model should be held to a quota If he ed out as an all Southern committee Accordingly Senators Pepper
bases. waives and Holland face little If any By WILLIAM L GILROV DD.
subsidy payments
Mayor Davis said any interested In the pine
"I : The Nary has taken over the USO recreation which the bill might provide. timber lands. Soon It attracted difficulty in retaining In the Scripture: Job 1:1; %7l-$; 31:19-38

want to mention Orlando again. club-paid for out of ship's store profits with no Its backers assert, however that Congressmen from other timber Independent Offices Appropriation Are there problems that are 'modern" ia the MMe
That city will be a big competitor for the cost to the the White bill the $1,500,000 for the .
taxpayers-and House will
suspend
and
converted it Into an States emerged as a that men have never encountered them before o. tame
West Coast. We can change''that by at- enlisted man's center with library Jiobby the quota provisions as In the completely non-partisan organi Maritime Training School at St. I
shops, Such a thing is neither impossible nor improbable. For
tracting them to trade in this area. You etc. In,addition, the Navy has' given enlisted case of the current law and ration bent on fostering forest Petersburg--an Item which Congressmen ,
men Peterson and Hen the external conditions of life have changed greatly within
that the
suspensions probablywill
products Industries. whatever
check along our beaches from Bayport swimming swimming beaches. outdoor grilles for picnics. a' be In effect for the life of their political or geographical dricks jammed into the bin even I a single generation, and new occasions and environments
south to Ft. Myers and you will see that pooL. fishing and boating facilities Just the law. without White House endorse-
This -
as good and better complexion. metamorphosis must surely bring some new prob-t
we are attrating the vacationers than those available to officers. ment. I
from Officers and enlisted largely accounted for Its per- lems.I the Book of Job ...... The' Book
Oran and Orlando men are building a golf suasiveness before the House I all living in world I I "
e County here. course supplying labor Among the Floridians Sen. Pep The Florida members now con- I We are a |has been caSed "a MMMM drama
"If Tampa could and and material themselves Appropriations Committee. sider the item solidly planted in that has become smaller by reasonof .
grow attract more with no cost to the per's lone vote against the Taft- of Gods provtoMMe ai san C. I
wholesale concerns and markets a lot of greens. The taxpayers except seed for Hartley labor bill obviously unpopular Cong. Sikes now is sounding out the bin, with little prospect of any new discoveries and means of-,suffering" Its central cfewtcter.
golf course will be,..available to brass contest at all. Too. the House is in transportation. But at the same | metal
of
Orange County business which hats and back home: but an' Unpopular the forestry bloc on ways and Job. a mn iirtlruii and
goes to men alike. world has become an .'
position to insist on its retention, time that
vote in 1947 perchance means of setting up a permanent apparently btimrim bfe u -
Jacksonville could go to Tampa." Only cost to the taxpayers In addition to mlehtbecome a lifesaver in 1950. outfit to work along the same lines and in the absence of open opposition Immensely enlarged environment stricken with dire eaftMaitjr.! in

There is a direct challenge to Central grass seed Is cost of movies one-half of which' 'I The vote in both chambers : which led to success this year. it Is bound to stick. !i for the individual by reason of I himself, his family tad Ms affair,

Florida. Is Paw for out of Congressional appropriations, showed how strongly most members -' * The Senate committee's more that very f ut.I The situation .to mode arut ty

There is the spark which should one-half from ship's store. disagreed with Pres. Truman A reshuffle of the subcommitteesof generous attitude was displayedfirst | Facts and contrasts strike a dramatic to brine out the full

start Patuxent Naval Air Station is setting the when he charged that the bill was the House Appropriations Committee In reporting the Navy appro- I great deal deeper In the new occasions. reality of Ue .........*. Yet It u
the smouldering pile of pent-up desire to pattern priation bill-the first since the And to a poet has toldus
for extreme tIMe thai
the over-all Navy unworkable and would lead to Industrial is an odd quirk of fate no more whtrt
attract new business and recreation program. killing of the tax bill. House estimates teach new duties. and there
new people to * strife. .Congress. is right which Congressman Hendricks can I' many men and wcami hews experienced -
Central Florida into a raging inferno of It now looks U then the President is wrong andO ponder from now on in. were boosted substantially fore present new problems. today especially the
M the
Central Florida civic effort. and,its Cop Taft-Hartley Labor Act is Sen. Pepper. It is grounds for and the measure fell only S400 Nevertheless. some problems thousands of innocent people whn
authors had given a new lease on life speculation however to scan th'e While the DeLand Congressman million short of the original White are as old as man himself and suffered wars nithlfaswM and
Tampa is after the activity and the dollars to something the Republicans wanted to stop- consequences if the White House was working mightily to I House request-$4,100,000.000 to '' one thing that Is unchanged is the HltleriMD.I .

which should come to our own home labor politics. Ia right and the bill won't salvage various appropriationsfor 4500000000. The committee !I fact that man himself has to be

market.The. It Was no secret that Taft. Hartley et al wanted proven florida projects outside his seemed to reason that failure to the problem solver. So ancient ,I Three of JVs frid aeoght
to upset the CIO's work.Sen. own district [national cemeteries cut taxes by $4 billion next experience and wisdom may have to comfort him wltf& pSamtbSi
only! way to meet this challenge Political Action Committee, so year ......... .
Pepper's next test at the maritime schools and the gave Congress $4 billion more to I much to offer even in the pres- or conventional Tl **
i is to give more and better service, more esndIdatesdoorbell., and opposIngant1.1aborHowever. Florida primaries comes in 1950. like] the Nary Department decided spend. Debt reduction will claim ence of problems that are as new notions centered ar.wt4 M

and better merchandise, more and better Three years will test the meritsof to deactivate the big the major share but borderline as the new-born day. Idea that suffering to a sore
fthoopinsr facilities. certain *the Taft-Hartley law has now inspired the Taft-Hartley bill to the Banana River Seaplane base In Items which might have been disallowed Deep and unchanged in human sign of sin and that J.* meet

labor leaders hitherto not so active in poll core. If it does not break the Hendricks' own district-a decision last month now are slipping life is the problem of sufferingand be guilty of same *r4 fa....
The Tampa gauntlet should be a challenge tics to get busy again. For Instance: power of the labor unions, if it which was not apparent into all the bills emerging especially the suffering of the This easy view Job ,.,... to

to the City Council to better parking f- L. Lewis plans' to revive labor's non- does not promote Industrial when _the Nary appropriations from the Senate committee. apparently morally guiltless. accept. Hfc f atth .te trtad. awl beta -

facilities, better municipal services of all partlsan league. I 11'..... 1.......... ....ff..r4vi nffPMI no trmnted- to "evae 0.4I. die"'
WhIch the fact'may not But while he IIRdII as IIIuUon of -'
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It should be a challenge to the CofC togo Political Action Committee and wasn't too With alter Its acuteness. It Is the direct the solution problem of of ate mIfis.ponowU. problem -
vigorous politically is Are You Keeping Up Paul Gallico? and observable result of sheer a
after new industry and new roads.It political now going to Jump into the disregard of moral or physical to the eenvtctftoB) that the

should be a challenge to everyone letter arena. tAFL's boss Bill Green once wrotea Turn 27 laws. But the suffering of the Judge of the ....... will .. rant

lives in our Central Florida com- New Jersey.endorsing labor bill's author. Hartley of S to Page good is another thing. and in the diliii s iMn i !. tnut
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!ISo* ,nt tM The ,rdoy 5fonttne'-Stor' ] ' [ to The Sunday S-nneT-Starl' I [Speaal to The Sunday 5erinsi-itorjTAVARES e'xl)
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LEESBUno-l.1.u Doris wy ) For FriendS IScec'& ho The S.
Ruth F ns WINTER GARDEN-Rev. A. -Miss Louise Wilson
lAmb daughter of MOUNT DORA Joseph Taekef.
Mr and Mrs -
Clarence Henry Iamb Stulck has returned from a A.I to The Sunday Ssntinel-Starl] daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. .
of this city: tion spent touring in the I who spent last week in M1 .
became Wilson of Tavares, became the ,
the bride
of Arthur WINTER GARDEN-MIss Imo-
and will be in his pulpit at has returned home.
Thames Boone, eon of Mr. and services today. !' gene Latner entertained Friday i bride of Mr. Lamar Coven son Charles Javens of the 12th Air

Mrs. Robbie Elvis Boone of Jack The Lord's Supper will. be observed i night in the home of her parents i of 'Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Coven of Y f'Rs Force. stationed at Manila for the
sonville. June 27, at 7 pan. ina a r 2i at 11 a.m. His subject tonight -j .Tavares.! at the First Methodist past 10 months is spendta the
ryp 1 honoring her friend Curtis Dw
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candlelight service at the First will be Minting My Own r Summer with his parent Mr and
,I Church here Saturday. June 28.
Baptist
Church
here. Business.In away. on his birthday. i' Mrs. C R. Javens. He wBl eater
The Rev Fred B, Walker of High r the absence of Rev. ,Jesse I I Dancing was enjoyed. Ice cream The Rev. R. T. Caldwell of Enterprise ,'iA [ college this Fan
Springs officiated A program of Waller who is_ on his vacation. '! and cake were served as 'refreshments officiated at the double-ring gr 0 i I Mr. and Mrs Millard Reid and
prenuptial music was offered by' Dr. H. L. Clay former district;
to Grace 'France. : ceremony. family spent the weekend. at Bra-
Mrs. Elizabeth Perry ,
1 etch McEmber. superintendent in Kentucky, will denton Beach
organist. and Lasby. Carolyn Bradford. Oneita Arrangements of palms and tall
Mrs Hal Dieffen- preach today at the Methodist The employes of the Rebfeaum
wirth, vocalist. Church at 11 ajn..Rev. F. w. Wid-I Kuykendall, Rosemary Quigley, bronze baskets of white gladioli Hardware Co. enjoyed a nib fry
The church was beautifully mer of the Oakland First Presbyterian Thelma TaYlor Margaret Wai-. and asters interspersed with at Gilbert Park Friday" AUentfmi
decorated with whit gladioli fern. I Church will. speak at night, I drop. Jean Tyson Daroles Crawford bronze candelabra holding cathedral were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred '*) -
and : Dottle Blair. Elizabeth Ktry-,:, tapers formed the setting
palms white candelabra the service being a joint meeting : baum Jr. and family. Mr. and
The 'a of the Methodist kendall. Marie Solomon. Marian for the ceremony. Mrs. W. L. Dun
bride. who was given Inmarrt.ce / and Presbyterian 11 Mrs." E. M Greene. Mr and Mrs.J. .
by her father wore a i' congregations.At Joiner Margie Weaver. Madeline can played sevearl selections and M. Greene. Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Voss Betty Weaver. Dick Davis, C. E.; Duncan sang two solos
wedding gown of white net and Oakland Rev. F. W. Widmer I Beams and children. Mr. and Mrs.
lace with a fitted bodice and lone will observe his firstanniversaryas i Millard Powell. Jack Spears. The 'twin sisters of the bride ,y.y;. .-. Paul Snowberger and family. Mr
sleeves. Her veil of illusion was a s. pastor of the First Presbyterian Also Kenneth Thornton. Henton Misses Dot and Peg Wilson lighted x and Mrs. Harold WHson. )fr. AMI
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Church with. an appropriate Brown. Charles Kennington. Ar- the The bride entered
finger tip length and fell from a tapers. Mrs. W. Conilffe Mr. and Mrs X.
at 11 am. today. nold Ayers. Ray Fleming. Roger ,, ,church with her
coronet embellished with pearls. message the father. She
F Ben well. Mr. and Mrs Kay
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She carried an old.fa%hlonPd bou- Wallace Horace Medley. Foy Ma.Joy wore a two-piece white eyelet embroidered Eckholdt. Bobby Goodman tM
quet of rardenlas and stephanotiswith kfil Charles Peavey Curtis Britt. dress Wi> May Wiley
a shower of white satin rib- oupleEnjoy Bobby Walter Sonny Weaver I I white'picture hat and gloves. Her >' .
11111iC il.v Mrs. J. G Ray Jr. is ill at hf r
bon Curtis Pickens. Billy Jemigan. only jewelry of ::> {
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and stephanotis.Mrs. was a string pearls ; _,-'
home in
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P H. Smith of Tampa David Turner. Gene Fetner Owen given by the bridegroom. She car- [. .;.. ........... am' .1-:<'<-. I
Boat Cruise Crawford, and Merrill Bradford.
matron-of-honor. and Miss Margaret ried a white Bible and her flowers : ''< '
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Lamb of Leesburg. brides :'t i i ii were an orchid and carnations ' : . ... 1 I
maid, both sisters of the bride. ,i [Sperial to The Sunday Sentinet-Starl Gotha Women which she carried together. with DUTCHLAPAsbestos
were dressed alike in light green l k; ; WINTER GARDEN Mr.: and her late grandmother's silk, hand- MRS. LAMAR COVEN

I gowns of marquisette with shirred i jf; Mrs. L. W. Iserman are enjoyinga embroidered "wedding handker- . marriage told RoofingASBESTOS .r"r
,I bodices and full green bows which l'1i-- '- boat cruise off the shores of Give chief. '
gate a bustle effect. They each i. : al.rtMRS. : Florida as a Summer vacatibn. Supper The maid of honor. Miss Eliza-4 I SIDING

wore long green evening gloves. ARTHUR THAMES BOONE Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scott Kirton [Special TO The Sunday Sentinel.Sfor] beth Wilson of Charlotte. N. C.. I Rev. Sutley ASPHALT SHINGLES I" I
large matching bows in their hair. wed Jacksonville and Tim Kirton of Orlando were GOTHA-A covered dish supper sister of the bride wore a dress : GUTTERand .1
to
and carried old-fashioned bouquets man. dinner guests of Mrs. J. S. Kirton
was held Monday in .the Gotha of aqua eyelet with white accessories I
of yellow asters .
S. Denmark of Jacksonville was I Nelson Roane. Gray Roane. Tracy and Mrs. C. V.Roberta were carnations and rosebuds. Mrs. T. JERNIGAN !' I Il
best man. and Albert Bass. JamesE. Rev. ]ohn M. Moffatt SpeaksAt Wallace Poole and Carlton Lawson. hostesses. Present; were Mr. and Wilson mother of the bride wore .
Workman Jr.. and Jimmy Goff students at the University of Mrs. A. Droege. Mr. and Mrs. N an oyster white crepe dress with Today l Roofing and Sheet Metal L ,I
were ushers. II Florida, are spending the weekend 1 Klare. Mr. and Mrs E. W. Schultz. black accessories and a corsageof I In Alexander PL. TeL 1m ,
Mrs. Lamb, the brides mother Meeting\ Woman's Society holiday with their parents here.I: Mrs Elva Youngblood. Mrs. J. rosebuds. [Soe:: &:> to TH. Sundov Satire!-S+arJ ':
wore an aqua crepe gown with a Mr. and Mrs. Paul Burgess and Houck. Mrs. Dencil. Mr.. and Mrs. Mrs. Coven,mother of the bridegroom MOUNT DORA Rev. James ,
corsage of yellow roses while the iSpenol' to The Sunday Sentnel-Starl Friends of Mrs. Leona M. Brady family 'are occupying the Evans I Matt Haugaard.Mr. and Mrs. Olin wore a lavender dress with Sutley win speak today at the !
groom's mother. Mrs. Boone chosea LEESBURO-Monthly meetingof were glad to see her out for the Camp on Lake Butler for the I II Fischer Rev. and Mrs. E. Fischer. white accessories and a shoulder First Baptist Church on. Fruitful I
trey gown and a corsage of the Woman's Missionary Society I | month of July. 'Mr. and Mrs. H. Benning Martin corsage of pink carnations.The Faith and tonight his subject will a APPLIANCESHOT
pink roses. of the First Baptist Church first time in many months when Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hill Lawson Themie. Mr. and Mrs. A. Tracy. bridegroom has as his best be Things That Are Eternal ad d
At the reception' held at the .was held in the church parlors she attended the ballgame at the and sons. Michael and Mathew Mr. and Mrs. M. Stacey. Mr. and mkn, J. N. Clark of Eustis. Ushers Special music by the chorus I POINT DISHWASHERS
Lamb home on South 9th St, following Tuesday with the circle meetings Venetian Gardens Ball Park Wed- have returned to Jacksonvilleafter Mrs. H. Lau. Mrs. V. G. Newell. were Dale Coven brother of the choir will be given at both serv-
the wedding white asters held in the morning followed bya nesday. a' visit here with Dr. and I Mrs. Marie Bennett. Mr. and Mrs.C. bridegroom and Joe Gast. I HOT POINT DISPOSAL UNITS
baskets of white gladioli and fern covered dish luncheon. Mr and Mrs. Stewart W. Ham- Mrs. B.: H. Lawson. V. Roberts. Mr.'and Mrs. E. S. i The bride graduated from Ta- I ices.The congregation at the First i HOT POINT DELUXE RANGES
decorated the living room. The Inspirational speaker for the ilton and Mrs. Lillian'D. Vickers- Mrs. Ward Britt and Mrs. Bob Lawrence and Mr. and Mrs. W. vares High School, and has held Methodist Church will hear tha
traditional wedding cake and other : general meeting in the afternoon Smith spent Thursday in Orlando. Lyons are leaving today for North I F. Lewter. secretarial positions with the Rev. R. Ira Barnett, DD., at 11 I HOT POINT IRONERS <
refreshments were served by Mrs. was the Rev. John M. Moffatt. Members of the Fruitland Park Carolina. Mrs. John Houck was guest, of' Tally Insurance Agency and Sen. am. today. Dr. Barnett is the executive Limited N amber AvalUM
T. O Futch Jr. Mrs. Homer I pastor of the Main Street Baptist Home Helpers' Club met at the Mrs. Buford Reams. Linda::1 honor Wednesday when a groupof Harry P. Johnson.of. Tavares. The secretary of the Board of I
Hooks. Miss. Freda Chain. MissMartha I'' Church. Mrs. H. B. Harrell. home of their leader. Mrs. Paul C. ..Reams and Mrs. Mildred Vaughnare friends surprised her on her 1 bridegroom is a graduate of Ta- Christian Education of the Flor- ORLANDOAPPLIANCE
Burdlne Miss Louise Bey president of the WMS was in : Siert. Wednesday with Mrs. Siert at Daytona Beach. birthday. Present were Mrs. Elec- vares High School. During World ida Methodist Conference. CO.Atltheri .
ers and Miss Janie Ann Hooks. i charge of the business session and I presiding over a brief' business ses- Mrs. Mullins Henderson has ta Miller. Mrs. El va.,Youngblood. War n he served with the Army Robert E. Turner will lead the ..
Presiding over the bride's book was Mrs. J. M. Ogden. program chairman sion in the absence of the president gone to Carlton Ga.. for a visit. I Mrs. Harman Bennin, Rev and for three years spending a year worship. Mrs. Kay Rehbaum wilU 210 4 NNsi.t N. Oroiigt SaJ-e A..4. a nIN
Miss Virginia Greene of St. Pet- ''I introduced the Rev. Moffatt.Mr. . Miss Annette McDowell who Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Ziegler and Mrs. Edward Fischer. Mr. and and a half in the European The- be at the piano and Miss Patty Phases 4SJ7 .,.4 2-4004
ersburg. and Mrs. Moffatt mere lunch- was ill.Miss. son Tommy are occupying; the Mrs. W. F. Lewter and Mrs. Den- ater. Bowers will be olot t.
The couple left after the reception eon guests of the society.It Norma Ayris, Miss Camilla t Wilson Cottage at Daytona Beach.,I cil.
for Gainesville where they was announced that representatives Bonafacino Miss Mary Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reeves and I Miss Clarice Jouroigan attend-
will make their home while Mr. who will attend the and Miss Louie Teague'gave reports I children. Don and Glenda. are. at ed the wedding of Miss Doris
Boone continues his law studies at WMS conferences at the Ridge- on special activities and i Lake Butler occupying the Roper I'' Lamb to Arthur Boone in Leesbura-
The
of Florida.
the University crest Assembly will include Mrs. plans were made for a covered Camp. recently.Mrs. .
bride wore a tailored green Palm H. B. Harrell. Mrs.J. E. Matthews dish luncheon to be held at Perry George Hall has gone to Georgiato E. S. Lawrence, Mrs. Ed. -
Beach cloth suit and a corsage
and Mrs. W. J. LaBlanc.Mr. I: Hall next Wednesday at 11:00 ajn. work. ward Fischer. Mrs. Dencil. and _;. .
of white gardenias .taken from and Mrs. W. J. Eppersonand Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Dismukea I Mrs Eliza Dinwiddie and Miss Mrs. Herman Bennin attended the :: : 0'"

her wedding.' bouquet.Mrs. attended the Winter daughter Sally Ann. of I I Jr.. and Mrs. Mildred K. Clark Mary Dinwiddie have returned to meeting of the Grandmothers'Club ._ .
Boone Starke. have been visiting Mr. and spent Thursday in Jacksonville. Culleoka Term., after visiting Mrs.B. held in the Ocoee Women's ; >
Haven schools and Florida StateCoU..re I .' _.i
Mrs. O. J. Griffis. H. Roper. I Club Bldg. Tuesday.
for Women from which she ,
this June with degree Mrs. J. Lamar Tompkins and During World War n approximately -I Mrs. Oscar May has returned William H. Lewter has returned ,
graduated a -
in public school music. Miss Ann Spinks are enjoying a 10,000 former University I to her home in Quincy after attending to the Jacksonville Naval Air Station -

Mr. Boone attended Bolles Military trip through the Carolinas andGeorgia. of Florida ROTC students were the Thrppenthaler-Roper I after visiting his parents Mr. .
members of the armed forces. I wedding hen.g"t and Mrs. W. F. Lewter.
Academy and Is now in law _
school at the University of Flor
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By BOB HAYES I

I The Orlando High School athletic situation is worth a Braves Americans Swee jp Four Titles

serious review. The plight of the high school and its inter- Boosts f> 'Jc Pop ,

scholastic athletic relations .are pitiful, to put it mifdly. I I EarningsTo :; : .; -..'-! Share Fifth inV Wimbledon' Play
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For several years now, Orlando has been a weak sister I'V: >,"'" '; ':

L in the State's Big Ten Conference. Consistent, indeed, i _ Back Into LONDON [AP] Half a j d dozen tennis stars from the

hare been the misfortunes of Tiger athletic teams on the gridiron $$595,510 Mark United States, headed by Jacl k Kramer of Los Angele*, clio

the basketball court or elsewhere when competition, was of Grade A honors them selves yesterday
among by
vided the .....p.
Big Ten caliber.Vhy Del. (AP] four titles and sharing in the f fifth as the curtain'fell on .
\ Is this true Why should Orlando. the seventh-ranking STANTON Stymie League LeadBROOKLYN tbI

3 high school In the State from an attendance standpoint be the turned on his vaunted speed in the 1947 Wimbledon championshipKramer ps.i .

virtual doormat of the Dig Ten Conference home stretch yesterday and added a hall.Interest the 1n1?

It Is sincerely believed that. the situation can be cleared up. stepped to the front as the world's API Bill Voiselle 1 the men's championship doubles title he won to Frt- I|

flow, you may ask. This source doesn't pretend to have the complete leading money winning thorough- hurled the Boston Braves. back i singles day. and Margaret Osborne of Ban i|i Shea Bests'Coleman

ans.er. The answer will come after close study by school officials bred by capturing the mile and into first place in the National Francisco captured the women's :|'

and by. those parents who are Interested in the athletic activities of one-quarter Sussex handicap in League yesterday by stopping the singles crown.

the school and by. adequate follow-up action. The problem Isn't track record time. Brooklyn Dodgers 41. But -it was Doris Hart of A'sFor
The Delaware Park victory. Miami and Mrs. Pat Todd of
insurmountable but It Is acute.
( scored by a margin of three and 1, __ The big righthander was In Hidden Valley. Calif.. a brand ,:
And If something Isn't done about It. then Orlando High School one-half lengths over Mrs. Walter ____ serious trouble only In the second women's doubles combination 5-1 Win
might well withdraw from the Big Ten Conference and either go out ,c, w new
M. Jeffords' Natchez. was worth __ when the Dodgers put together who stole the hearts of j I
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of Interscholastic athletic business: or make application for member- $20,850 and sent the six year old I British fans with a Cinderella NEW YORK r TAP! Frank ..
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ship! In the Cut Central Florida or Central Florida Conferences. son of Equestrian's total earnings singles by Jackie Robinson, !j: act that produced the only upsetof rookie righthander of the
soaring to $595,510 and past Assault Vaughan and Dixie Walker'sfieldlr's ; the final .round. Me*

I Here's something that Is no secret and may shed light on the In the bankroll contest As- .1T4: choice in scoring their j Almost hopelessly behind, they York Yankee, steppe the Phila

sault has won $576,670 for second back to win the women's j delphia Athletics. S-l. yest.r. .
problem. At more than one gathering of coaches over the State- only run. i i came ,

coaches who are successful in Big Ten circles-this remark has been place.With little Conn McCreary Danny LHwhiler drove In thej I j i championship by surprising Miss I I The hefty recruit was ta ONB-
? Louise Brough of
dropped: "I'd aure like a crack at. that Orlando Job If the set-up were handling the reins Stymie carried ? : Brave first two runs by bangIng :, ]Osborne and mind throughout aod yielded! tbt
Hills. Calif.. 36. 6-4, 75.
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rttnt. top weight For Miss Hart, a 22-year-old run tbe *......
What's with the ? pounds like a feather. runningthe (, : the bases empty and singlingin
wrong set-up Lt. Miami University player who over after two were oat when _iHr
i This Summer two .: .ur coaches-good coaches too-threw in distance: in 2:02 2-5 under the fourth after' Voiselle had came the effect of infantile Roear doubled home Khner VaU

I the '........ That's *' per cent of our coaching staff. I'm referring the silks of Airs. Ethel Jacobs. STYMIE doubled and moved to third. paralysis to gain world tennis who had walked to start the .
The time was three-fifths of a The Braves added their;; final
.. .. Smith and flab Verkins. Their official explanations for it was atonement for her
Ty Assault to take with fame. ning.Another
posses top I
second faster than the track a rung. runs In the seventh when
,n.ing !. other Jobs or fields sound plausible. bat that's not the standard held by Croydon since -- first and second. loss in the singles finals after a I recruit Jet Csa.

bole. tier*. T "y rtrt! not happy here. 1942. runners Catcher on Bruce Edwards gallant rally. started for PhflaA ..... ....
Dodger ,
LhUe knowu. for Instance is the fact Ty Smith was ready to quit The estimated crowd of 25,000 Feats of HuJbJbeWilliams// momentarily lost a wild pitch by Miss Osborne. America's defeated Miss top blanked the Americas Lt*<.. *
pacesetters
amateur
fca December' -all because he bad to surrender the gymnasium as a had so much confidence in Stymie [ Vic Lombard and after recover- i! woman in the first final !I fourth when' on one hH 8MII tbe
Hart 6-2, 6-4. the Yanta. teMta.ly .
practice lite for hU varsity basketball team twice a week, and scrounge that they made him the odds-on ing the ball, threw wild to the ,

round as bt M could for a place to practice. just because a girls share choice of to the take$29,900 down purse.the As major the Echo Loudest in All-Star AnnalsNEW plate to allow both runners to I I of Then the day.Kramer and Bob Falken-j i i the scored fint all two.f batten their r.were. after re

Intramural team was assigned the gym on those two afternoons. To result he score. burr of Los Angeles annexed tired.
paid only $3.30 $2.50 BROOKLYN (If)
BOSTON (N) | I II
be cure the girls should have use of the gym. But there're several and $2.30 across the board. At YORK [AP] The 1947 All-Star classic next Tues- sbrbSS. .brbSS I the men's doubles crown.: They Thereafter CbJemaa settled
I III
hours during a school day and they. could have been assigned another rem'dei.rf 5 5 5 I t-fttankf.Ib. I. 1 I C I defeated Tony Mottran of down and
the finish he had Natchez soundly day in Chicago between the best of the National and American Mr.rf-lf 4 S 1 a 'Kob'.f" 4 1 I 7 1LIt1IJ.If matched Shea pitch for
Sidwell of I
practice period. beaten with the Sanford Stud II 2 1 Tauftian.H( S 5 1 5 S Britain and Billy pitch until teavtac for a pinch-
.
On top of that we lost a track coach: five yean ago-Phil Knuth. Farms'Round View another half- Leagues promises to provide lots of thrills with such Honn.ef IISSSWsik'.rf 25545 II Australia, 8-6 63. 63. hitter in the ekgnth. DIm Powler

t now at Lrc la Jacksonville-who has produced a State. championshiptrack length back in third place. stars as Ewell Blackwell of no-hit fame, Ted Williams, Hal K r.MCor-.lk EUlott... 4 4 S 5 1 S 1 1 .4;ie Farina.ef...... I.4 5 5 S 5 1 5 I While she lost out In women's I finished pa allowed the

tram every year at Lee since be left here. He says he left to The chances of the horse that Newhouser, Joe DiMaggio i Johnny! Mize, and others, but .,&II.a 41. 1 1 aiJari-aM-A: S S f 5 5 doubles. Miss Brough shared in Yanks' final &woPHILAen.PIIIA aaletits
4T S I s S John
Trainer Hirsch Jacobs claimed for Piftl.M I. S 1 'F4.ud&* the honors when she and 11Nicholson's 51w .se.
take a better lob. and sac .f the better conditions was better pay. ls UOUDLlUl wnel-ner even .. ,.IM.e I 1 S 5 iMkartl. Ia S S S Ivk0ii..p Ii 'AI
I.nese-l "rll. .
i of Australia took the "s: m t
Bromwich
$1,500( didn't appear very good at 1 SCbran.S . : s3.at
hat. wasn't the whole Not ''n can approach the feats of 1 1 1 l.fJlonfrM .. J. I I 4 __ I' I' 1 .
Hat story. by means. 5
any the; start to those unaccustomedto S S S C 2 mixed doubles title with a 1-6, 6-4, I )104'.11.. If ISS1SIwsbif . .
Why. then mutt we lose good coaches-those three aren't the : Stymie's style of trailing far Hubbell and the Ted Williams MizeGetsTwoMore ,kHtmntkl It *-S-S ,I 6-2 triumph over the Australian v.k4 J 1 I ......... 4 I t, .
-
complete 111 and at th- same time have successful coaches elsewhere back during the early part of the of 194/).. Tot.le -It.f.\----\! Tatala -M 1 S 17 K team of Colin Long and Mrs. Nan- A_ I" 1 t.S S I I 1 ..........SSa4...... I I t.I I :I SO'Saws.f

ctnet th Orlando job -1Z the set-up were right?" race and then pouring on the No player ever so completely .railed aut atl ttrikei for I/mhantt U 715b.gmq.dd eye Wynn: _Bolton. .....,.. SSIIlJ'.na4l1.I
*' steam in the final drive. ; aut for Behnau U Kb w.tor:It 5SS11L. tWalSISIa I I I I
HomersPHILADELPHIA N..t0 __ _ 101 SOS 25-4
Taking first things tint the set-up Is weak. It's as weak as a poll. Natchez handled by Charlie dominated the mid-Summer eventas Brwkljn- ___' .. ___ -- HI SS _-1 (:'4aap t.I5SII5j.5 5 S. ," I. I 1 .I S..Rs.si J ..
Givens, broke from the barrier In King Carl the old meal ticketof Emn: -........ E...rda. Row batted In: White Sox 1 S S S 5
I tielan's promise. There is no effective co-ordination and a lack of [API Johnny'Mize Lltvkiler( I. Walker.' T"'-..... Wt" Jwienten.V.U.lle. Drop r..Ier,' SSS5P
in front with round view right at his the New York Giants or Ted hit his 23rd and 24th home Horn. ruE UwMler.. Wolen b0STsgbau. :
cemplrie accord our athletic set-up. The policy Is short-sighted.
heels. .. DouMa plan:
The pair opened lengthsof I .nr : fMt. Rep ;
up T-.io ...
t There is no athletic director' at Orlando High. as such: The nearestapproach daylight on the backstretch. the flychaser of the Boston Red runs of the season and the Giants'101st Jitankr to Bone Ie RoMmnn: Bee. t. '..n1r7lie 5-455154 ..I5W7 aae.. ib . asl.n.
.
\ circuit: clout of the year as | Bobl_ Left an kaMt: Bottom 4. Brankm( _ ___ _ ...
F5lIsa
is W. R. Boone the principal. who has enough academic Heading Into the final 155471.TaS
half-mile. Sox.In taeabaMl S.Intnrk
Bwe kalto aTf VatMlla 4. eff
the New' Yorkers defeated the j an Cleveland 6-5 : __ _ ... _
problenM$ to fret with as a result of about 1.500 students. classroom Stymie started for the leaders. He 1934 Hubbell fanned Babe art bI lnbar. f. IT Tirtwlla .. .ky E....: w.. ... ..... Is- .......
I tfeertajt. and a short supply of teachers. got within striking distance Ruth, Lou Gehriff Jimmy Foxx, Philadelphia Phillies 4-0 last Bvhrman 1. Hlt,: rf UtmbanH I 1t'o.hsrdtIa.l..T Inatflf.*.. 1Iern. 54w.,. -. __ Snia 7...
I oft( Behrman 1 tn I Wild pllrfc:
night. .. ....
Al Simmons and Joe Cronin S. 1411-04555gb. SwIlky.W.r,4512.5k
I Important is the fact there's lack of harmony among the staff. rounding the final bend. collared 'Ilnl pitcherLoukanll.. 1'mplrw" : PinelM. BankS ..rfIeoItt wStw.I.. a __ ......
the pace setting Natchez as they five of the greatest sluggers in Schoolboy Rowe suffered his !, and G,n. Time: 1 Je. Att___: :..SM (paid). CHJCAGO lAP] The Cleveland 10 JamS 5 h : ...w a ... a:
Each Individual head coach-football. basketball. track baseball neared the 16th pole and then American League history in suc I fourth defeat against eight victories < Indians dropped a 6 to 5 decisionto lajooIoj '" ... ..... baa .............. 1.
I golf tennis and what>have.you-makes up his own schedule.: really rolled as he pulled in cession. That, undoubtedly was and Clint Hartung gained the Chicago White Sox yesterday '(.- T,5 I 5a .... m (4w. 1 45
_
I I Tbst's a fine example of the co-ordination at hand particularly the final yards. away the most remarkable feat in Ail- his fifth win. He has lost three. ;, Bosox WhipWashington and Larry Doby 22-year-old III 55,5,. 1.off 50ib Citwss 1 I W II_r _I._W C tit_yaI .1...

t I when there's a few Items such as one athletic bus available fort Star competition.: I Mize sent' the Giants out In I Negro athlete, struck out as a t. 1 Pwsd. WI Sw.. laibs .._ .'s.as. .

; transportation purposes, etc. Our head football coach: has the dubl- Williams won the 1941 game front 1-0 in the second when i pinch batter for the Indians in his 1:1.:.. lapha At'4aw,..20.t3.. ---.5514'- .... 0155's T,-

e vi privilege ef recommending one assistant coach.: That's all and PhalanxEmpire Cops with a ninth-inning! home run he hit Rowe's first pitch over j j major league debut.

that ain't right that scored the base runners. the right field fence.: It was his ,j Doby purchased from the Newark -

I t There U to all intent and purpose not one whit of co-ordination Williams dwarfed his '41 performance first at Shibe Park this year. 'In 7-6 GameBOSTON N. J.. Eagles of the Negro Rap

t : ht.Hn the high -school and our two junior high schools the rightful City in last year's game, when Giant Bill Rigney.lineup after who returned four days to rest the National League struck out with
ic wrecked National League pitchIng two Cleveland men on the bases
pipeline of athletic talent Into the high school picture rAP The Red Sox
On of
top NEW
YORK [APJ Phalanx won with an injured thumb. beat out
with display of batting "
a pow and one out in the seventh inning.
)hat there' no effective' Integration of the intramural or physical the 39th running of the Empire er that produced two home runs an infield hit in the third and hammered Sid Hudson for six The slim Easterner was the first

duration program with the varsity. sports set-up. That's a weak City Stakes by two lengths yes two: singles and a walk in five stole second with one out. He runs during the first two innings Negro played to appear in the Wins for Chicago

$ink. A little reflection or Investigation of systems employed at. other terday; to boost his earnings to times at bat as he led the American rushed home when Bob Thomson .but it took Ted Williams' sixth American League in the circuit's

schools successfully competing in athletics will bring that point out $275,010 and stretch his winning League to a 12-0 triumph. tripled to left a ball that shot i inning three-bagger into right 47 year history.
\ tlvldly. streak to four straight as he mov- Mgr. Mel Ott of the New York past Ennis. and Jake Jones' single to give the Eddie Smith who pitched six PITTSBURGH (API) JIll) Nich

I The crying first need Is for an athletic director-an athletic dl- ed farther out in front in the race Giants has played in the most Mize hit his second homer of the | American League champions a innings before retiring, was the olson's )long double IB the sixth
& rector for the season's three-year old AU-Star 11. He did night to open the New York sixth. 76"in over the Washington Nationals that scored two run aaabled' the
responsible for the athletic program In its entirety., And thlsathif'Ut' games, not i winning pitcher. It was Smith'sfirst
honors. An error by Del Ennis yesterday for flinger Joe Cubs to" trip the Jut-
the Chicago
director should be the man who hires and fires coaches: ;who miss one from 1934 through 1944. gave ,f win of toe season. A bruised
Putting his usual visitors their fourth Dobson. PltMNiiv P nc.. 4 to J
on tremendous tally in the place ,
Billy Herman and Joe Medwick his
,i schedules games, who arranges the complete: program and who 1 L off for finger on pitching hand forced
stretch seventh, With Dobson. while starting
the one out Hartung yesterday.
surge. Virginia-bred
have played in the classic 10 times. -
hai the lee-way of putting coaches: of his choice in the junior high from the barn of Sonny Whitneyand Joe DiMaggio of the New York who gave the Phils only four hits t hfs ninth win of the campaign his hits.departure after allowing three Earlier. Ralph Kiaer Mt his Mth"

f schools to teach the desired system of football basketball or other Abe Hewitt came from last Yankees has the best chance to singled to left and went to second gave the Nats three runs in the CLEVELAND (A) I CHICAGO; (A) home naB cc the .Moe vttfc oa*

|sport place to hold two lengths at the tie: Mel's mark since this will be as Rigney rolled to Verban. first inning and left the game for sbrb.s. asrOSs11e1vkb.f25245.R.5gs.35 I man on in tbe UxM. toe gto tfc*

r I That's a first need. And so much for that at the moment. .* finish over R. J. Kleberg Jr's. filly his ninth All-Star appearance. Johnny Kerr then hit a liner to I lefty Earl Johnson in the seventh MitrbtU.If S t :3 I lAMtalt.. 12112 iii 1 4 5 a.rf Pirate and Pttd.tr X* ftrreU a

star. But Why Not. The only Herman has hit safely more left that Ennis muffed and HarI I after pitcher Early Wynn homeredin $**'*.. 3SSSSWfliSarf 5. I 45 short-lived 3-X eM..
other In tung scored. the final Washington tally Roodma-M 4 S t J :3 ""____.If iii 1 S 2 S CMKAfrO f., ........... 5ISSs '
Comes filly the
now the matter of salaries. The supplements dished out race; John J. times; than any other player. His N.h-S., Ik 4 5 1II ITark.lk: C. I 1 1 . M's'Sn..ia
NEW .
1 by school officials to our coaches are a disgrace. Coaching is hard Watt's harmonica was third a All-Star batting average is .433, TONS airS.(If) .I PHILADELPHIA.. (:). I IRil1M7. while pinch-hitting for Rae Scar- Rn_.:*It t 1. t s'nantrft' 2 Z I 5 5 t' S I ...a... I S .I -S

work, and it follows a full day during school hours. The coaching half-length farther back and ahead on 13 hits in 30 times at bat. Charley K.,,....! 5 4.1 5 I I %.s..o-3.. 4 S S 2 4 I borough. The latter took over KrllMr.W: S 2SSSMkSa.aSSISIaEd.a,4. S S S limrk or.: ., I. 1 S S1.pir &"........._...If.rf 1 C S I I t 1 S -...-..-...... II'S 1 : ;
lupplemcnts in front of Greentree Stable's GAringer, Detroit's great second I 4WaIkr.rf 4 S 145Th.Sef when Hudson was shelled from 1 ISSI.tt5.p' I. 1 514554 . I --. si 1 .
are PitifUl.
by t S
comparison and that's another 1 2
reason Wnle..rf I I S 1 S ... ... .. . ........._ I
.
we're having Tailspin one-time conqueror of baseman of a decade ago. hit )11".11I S I 215 1.1'.1f I S 2 5 S the mound in the second. Rau'wtkl. 1. 1 Harriet.* I 5555 1 . 5Nttw.1b -.
trouble holding onto coaches.On .... S
Phalanx )I.rshaJIA t S 2 Harder. 1 1 1 S ..MaKsk'garTetala .. S S S S I0t.45wp 4 5 SIC O'S
SSiuI.ttS i Washingtonhits .
this season. C. I 5 I Among the other 11
safely 10 times in 20 times 55'
at bat
this S S S S SIbS5y ----- ssII.ib
score it will suffice to say that if other schools W."OI\per. 4 S Z 1 S "hullLIII I' 1 1 S -
can The crowd of 32,314 at Jamaica for a .500 rdnn.lf 4. 2 2 5 was Mickey Vernon's homer 1555Sf - 4 5 : :
legitimately their average. -'IIorI.bt. 1 5 5 2 I = : : : : ::=:
pay coaches adequate supplements for their arduous backed the stretch-sizzlcr down to Among the pitchers, Lefty Lnhr..31 4 5'S IllIndltJ'.3b J' 1 S J and a' pair of three-baggers by Lnia.p 55555, I.$5 -
coaching duties, then why can't we here at Orlando? The answer to a favorite's payoff of $3.40, $2.60 Gomez is the only hurler to win Hartungp ell. I hpdt$ 1. I S S Stan Soence. .nID' -----1 S 1. S 41!I --- .-..._..a . :

$pat one seems obvious. and $2.40 across the board. But more than one decision. The 1 l-th.b I1..k.aj.1It I J.1 S S S I S 2 S WASHINGTON. (A) | BOSTON. .. S .1 Sb r S S S s.-
.. . r S a craraM IM fan* aay fur Lncd M 7M
I. a. S 1I SI
Why Not was $3.70. and $3.10 and former Yankee ill J 5 -
southpaw won Ya>t.3k S 1S1 liniMK'lo.rf b-itrark act fur ftteafcant fa Ttht
This bit i Is not a complete and detailed review of the athletic Harmonica: $4.80. three and lost one. Total -Sf.--PIt--I i Tatal -S3-S-11'- -Ita Lewb.rTTerann.lH 5 1 t 1 a-; *.!..... SI 1 2 ._-walked for Ltwaa tm Sib T..... ....-' .... ; I11
S 2 2 f Wllllinn.lf. I 1 : a 5 ( tanI55ll. __ .___ ..1... M-t --- .. ...... ib -
for
ituatlon at Orlando High School. But it may serve to bring to light Packing top-weight of 126 Here are the highlights of the ran aut SHraK for Handler tn ?lhbfId In TthXew l'lpo' nr,...( 4124SIkTT.Th' : 51221k.If CMraa __ ir ... anmuEmir ..-...... t. .... ib -
some of the things that are smouldering right now, and which poun ls and spotting But Why Not All-Star games: T..... _ _ Sit *'t ItW-l ( I. 14 MM..rf I 1 I 2 S : MM. Ram kattad IS: ".n.... WaJbeu.M .._Iw. se -- a -
are .
.. f.Rrlde.I' 1 S S S .'J_.,. I' I S S k 15 .. _
flue. to come to the surface soon. pounds. Phalanx clicked off the 1933-The Connie Mack-man- Pliilatjelphia Er,,. ( ana 50-5 T..It." 4 all I'p.n.' ..., 2 I S Sbean. ..... $,..n. Twa-kua bit: AwHaw X Hatrter. ... Ie: - ,
Dont blame the Individual coaches: for Orlando's mile and three sixteenths in 1:57 aged Americans won the first All- a*. Twa-kaaa Ennii.hit Ram: Gordon.kattM I..,:....11.Mix. ThraakaMkit. S. TKMn- . . . pet..riaI:" . : 1 )"....... TIIno._ MilMartwttak.. PkHley. > wan ....,.. -........ ---. .= :
record these past few sorry athletic 4-5 to pick up the $38,110 winner's Star game 4-2 from the John McI I '1_..... Ham. not: If,.. !. Ktalvn .....: .*UIII.0 S S S S ..1_.. S. 2 5 ITIdd.1b Slara bam, : PWOo 2. DMkat..atari: Aapatac 5aw ... S55 ibP... a. .. 1. .-.... .<
.
years. The setup the system we follow. Is Hlton. Lrft ... SSSSIJUSSS'S.P 15555Rbt.n.52 la Mkfeaela to Tark; Gac tII Bnatat Tawbs SIN Law55 N5ka55
the root .f evils purse. 3raw-led Nationals at Comiskey T. Ba .eo:..Sis Tark '. nriladehphla 55 I Ii --. Left aai .....: ClanlaM .. CM- --- .....t ..... .." a- ..
our -the more Important ones. That's the basic Park Chicago. Babe Ruth 1. 8trark' aut ea an kallc Hna/a ff Hartani. 1. an Kamt '.hI.'........ 1 5 5 S l..r.rTo. ..... 1*. Bun. an balk: Harder 3. Lean* I. e. J.55nns a _. ,.... a S5'kaIsIs '" .
: kf
was 4. kr Hirtvnc a. Tm
trouble-the system and the ..,.., t. 1 IN,50.P .1 Smith !. dlrark Rant -;
salaries. tint: atntrt. B 5. Hacrlt a 5: by: I. : I. a -- = = :
>U The the hero, slamming a two-run 1 5551, .qr '- I. Ivy *vlth :3. by: Harrlat 1. Hti.: '. ens 0155-5.5 .
karto. .
time Ilai
1s now opportune for Orlando to either get ready to Behrens Grabs third inning home run. t. : 2:55.: A 1124.171. "",.....1...' 1 S S S II.WFDII nff Hand.. S In 4J II.... nit. maakana I PI-., S Ian. a .IsIS 55 55. Se
compete orto get out of competition. It's either whole 1 11551.1IF. I. 11-1. aft Laatnai Its X. aff taitk.) I Mpitrimi I LaO, I N., 5. pO55 Is .r_
a hog or none- 1934-Although Hubbell fanned ... ...... .. .
ChsoxToGiye ** 555101dM. 1 1I ( M l-n kalian In Ttki. aff HarriM tin tlrtIt I a. 5.s 554 5"s
at-all proposition. The present hit-and-miss half-way situation is five of the game's greatest slug- J I : .__ 1.// : (.piirlwd la i5 bat,... Is "till.< aft Mallz- AltandSa'. I IS
'leading only from bad to worse. in I, Pirr..tl., S S S S SITt.II \ .Sang.. 1 la I. Hit riy a4trh r: by Lnaaai (PhllLming .
gers a row, the Americans
over-
Bob Kennedy Rest II'J\ "VII4. plt.h: ".11 h..In.. pltIni.: SaltS..
came a 4-0 National lead and won I I it.ill Total 34 r U J7 r .,..-...... Harder fnptraa: MrKWrry,
Singles TitleCHARLOTTESV1LLE. again 9-17 in New York. Earl Aver- CHICAGO (APJ Kennedy, who a-hmaerfd fur ""r.rtx. >muh. la 7thk $umsr,. Ra. and PiMrella. TUac' : 1..II KILL HIS

Reds Move Into Fifth Place ill, with a double and triple and played every inning of the Chicago <--ran ran fur for CaM Trrrt In In Stfc ttk !.i
three batted in White Sox' first 71 American Lea- rroumfei 551 fir rnrtrk In lIbW..lllnllDa FLEASTorment ".
runs the bat-
was
Va. tUPl _. ___ ____ JO'1 M* !.-<< -4 rw7 -- ,
ting star. gue games, was benched yesterday _.__.
__ "
Tn St. Buddy Behrens of Fort Lauderdale 1935-A throng of 69812. the when the home team opened a Boeton SnaIl- I'Srl0501- Batted 1,: vrrnoai"L1"I.* / ; ft'Ut1u5'c71C1WoX- Dust }I" .! .

Stopping Louis, 7-5 Fla. won the National Scholastic largest to see an All-Star event long home stand in Comiskey Park Jonea"pane*:*., 'f...rar.-...,..Wjnn.. kit:Mnwa.Doerr.Parte Three-kaia!. Doerr SItEOp. *, will kill the fees ;

Tennis Singles championship yes- packed Cleveland's municipal stadium against Cleveland. Manager Ted I ..., !. mtltlanu. Hnna ran: T.fIlL: i ifi'
XINCINNATI [AP] The Cincinnati Reds moved into fifth terday and then teamed with and saw the Americans makeit Lyons decided to rest Kennedy ,,,.... .....*: LevU. T... Pflliirini. Lan a* I on your dog
pl lace yesterday, ahead of St. Louis schoolmate George King to take who is .272. .....: Wariilnctaa .. Boetaa It. Brf a* ktlli: 2 seconds-if it hMIs It
with a 7-5 victory over three in a row with a 4-1 vic currently batting art Madam t, <*t Srarbotwigk 4. aT Ptr'ul L I IFre. 30 ,
tearn in a free-hitting contest. the doubles title. tory. Foxx hit a two-run homer Lyons sent the veteran Taft Mirwk evt: kr BrariMniaik 1. ky fnritk L bj iJobnaan HormfeH to the

tat]I Reds collected 13 hits from three Cardinal hurlers The rangy 18-year-old Behrens, for the As as Mel Harder and Wright to right field as Kennedy'sstandin. j ocr jV-artoreuih 3. Hits. :t off tn Hu'k0 4 :,3. aff T In Frnlck I 1-3 S Inninc in i.. ,j -, -- is free
and
seeded second. downed third- Gomez held the Nationals to four Jack Wallaesa. who has .ff Pterettl In 1. aff Poh g 5 in S (MMot dog.
Ken .
:
Rcdleg ,
Raffensberger gave up as many blows, ranked Gilbert Bogley of Washington hits. been sidelined with a split finger. I la Ttki. f JMuum SI. Wipnim nitikat. yo.1'pel $1.M
Hurtwo. I'vplna: Beny. I 1 lb. box __
h* pitched effectively in the t in straight sets 6-3 6-2 6-1 in 1936-After taking three straight returned to left for the White Weafrr nntnon. and L.a&ng McGowan.pitrtiet: Il..; J37.: ALLndanco. : o'

dtnches. Third Sacker Grady IT. LOUIS (II) I CINCINNATI (N) the singles finals on the Universityof on the chin, the Nationals man- Sox. n..i4. IrriuUDr.Diseal. U ft. box __. __ Jk
Salt on led the Cincinnati attack: ib r II a; r .. . Virginia's Lady Astor Courts. I and
aged to their first Feed S i
1 gain victory Sold *+'
1Ic..t.:1I! C S 1 I I by
rUumh'l.rft'ZI ,
*{th four safeties in as many trips J 1 1 I 1 20 JASKWICH APPOINTED carryiac
Only
Duiak.rf 2 -.,..*" minutes later Behrens 4.3, at Boston. A homer by Au- victory in twilight at New
tb I the plate. Mi.I.1b. : : : fH.cto Sfe : ; : : : returned with King to defeat Sid- gie Galan and three scoreless Innings York. a game BUFFALO tAP The Buffalo TIcks Hardware $*....

j I.The Cardinals pushed over two ::' : 1 : : : H..rf Schwartz and Robert Luxen- I Bisons of the All-America Football
: ney
riikrkers in the l>r fktar.lfUntatrt.il ,tng.1 ; ; : ; apiece by Hubbell and Dizzy 1943-r-With Bobby Doerr battingIn Patented
fourth '
on MartyMarion's I 1 IS. G.I.... I I 1 I burg of Erasmus Hall High School Dean featured the game. three with homer and Conference announced yesterdaythe fi
double' a walk: a two- )lute.... I I I 1 I runs a Jaskwich
SIMUIar.ilLna.ana.1 s I I 2 of Chuck WIUIAMS' CHfMKAl CU.MM4UFAC1R
Brooklyn 6-4. 7-5. 6-2 for the signing
..
ikse knock by. Starting Pitcher Al I" J S .. C C. 1 1 1 1937-While each side bashedout single the Americans whipped the under the TICK-NOX
and BruI.p, : : : : : 1 f.ar..pr-, C 1 2 S I doubles croVIl.AllStar 13 hits, the Americans won an Nationals 5-3 in a night game in Notre Dame quarterback : '"$
rule fly out.
a n.i !
Rockne and his successor Sooth PamuMH S*.
late Knute !.8
8 to 3 victory in Washington. Dizzy i Philadelphia. For Sale at an Leading Drug Stores,
'" '
i I The Reds tied it up in their ,
Hunk Anderson as back- Pet Shops and reed Stores O4ULAADO
bDiqtr.g S55) Game Dean suffered a broken toe in ,1944 Phil Cavarretta reached ,
and went ahead with Umps I i
Qilf two .
Gnldakki., e .
J| field coach.
darker in the sixth one of them -----1 I --___ Named that game and Lou Gchrig belteda base five times on a triple single
4ugie Galan's homer. The Car- .T.*.), SI I11M1J1 ''fttaJa U unit by Chandler home run. and three walks as the Nationals I

4mals rallied for h'o.runs In the a b-ru:ilnglaj far far Sloan Utitj ia (tm tk Itao. CINCINNATI [APJ Baseball 1938-With Manager Bin Terry routed the Americans 7-1 at Pittsburgh i MOVING ?

ninth but Raffensberger weather-. --I. .--. ____ tee 'IS- Commissioner A. B. Chandler yes- making not a single shift in his IMMEDIATE DELIVERY'
qi the storm to post his third vic- Ciwlnutl( __I ICnara '--..i. % -? terday announced the umpires and lineup except for pitchers the 1945-Game suspended for the Movers Fireproof of storage fine furniture
against six defeats : Madal. Ta u a... b.u.4 official scorers for the All-Star Nationals won. 4-1. at Cincinnati.Leo year as baseball co-operated with
tpry. !-.a MartM. Hattaaj*. Braala.1. Ga,.._ Miner. "':;" ::; game at Chicago Tuesday July 8. Durocher, playing short for the office of defense transportation ORLANDOTRANSFER 1 C REFRIGERATORS
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; MOTORBRAKEscLj'rCHFrsm.eprtngu1e..o of the Nationals used 22players the National League All-Star base- Hundreds of homes are pro- I

: at St. Louis and Joe ball team yesterday by Manager tected by this old reliable com- f

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The big black bass from a "rearing pond" have a far Jones Fashions Orlando, Florida, July 6, 1947 Ebv mtfcnj &rnhixwl-Star Page9'T i 1946 t Manager

better chance of survival, when released in our lakes, than r ,

the "fingerlings" from a fish hatchery, said sportsmen at '

the June session of Orange County Sportsmen's Associa- Five-Hitter In Oliver Holds ThreeStrokeLead Perez Blanks Rookie PitcherToReporl5oon

tion. In fact, the establishment of a "rearing pond" in the

Orlando' area was favored and the outlook is that one definitely will Leesburg 5-0

be built. in Tam O'Shanter ,

This brings up the matter of what to feed the bass If they are Winning 3-0 TiltJoe On Two Hits

to reach the desired large size before being released. When the _

flea art very email they can live on the minute animal-vegetable life CHICAGO [AP] Although shooting his poorest golf of j [So*--o' to The Sunder,. Sen.ie, Star* I

la the pools I which can be built up 1 by fertilization of the water]. Jones hurled a fivehit shutout the meet, a one-under-par 71, Ed "Porky" Oliver held a i DELAND-The DeLand Red Ted Ma
bet as they attain size the ban will need "solid food" and plenty of to give the Orlando Senatorsa three-stroke lead over South African Bobby Locke yesterday ;Hats blanked the Leesburg Pirates 1 Orlando 19M Florida State

It. What food can be fed to thousands of ravenous growing black 3-0 victory over the seventh- }'' ]here last night 5 to 0 behind the League champioothip dub will
their international golf showdown for the Tam i
in
bait.-ba.t nearly a foot long .effective two-hit pitching of Juan I
place Palatka Azaleas here last O'Shanter Tournament's first rejoin the Senators here either tomorrow -
$7,000 :Perez.
The answer is simple. The State of Iowa has discovered that prize. "
night before 828 paying fans. Oliver drew up at the three- The Red Hats pounded two or Tuesday. Bw Mar
hungry young fish In a hatchery must be fed somethtng substantial -1
Backed by flawless support I. quarter mark with a 54-hole total ]Pirate hurlers for 11 safeties withM. John Ganzel announced ytrtcrd>y.
If they are to grow quickly and also found that by grinding up "rough"fian.
Jones mowed down. the up-and- :)f 202--14 off the regulation card I J Perez garnering three safeties i Ganzel said the hurtling receiver .
with
a mechanically meat that the
operated chopper problemwa
I Standinas -after his dazzling. recordbreaking Although committing four errors -
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club would leave Charlotte today by
aolved. coming Palatka without effort j
the visitors executed three
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L first two rounds of 66-65.. He
The best part of the whole procedure was that in order to feed save in the third inning. Then j I FLORIDA STATE LCACUCTear's needs a closing 66 today to smash snappy double plays to cut off several i.l' train and may arrive tomorrow in

the' young game fish-which had appetites like so many volves in a the Azaleas bunched two of their |I Sa.aaOBLAVDO Byron Nelson's winning mark of I potential runs. I ) time to catch at kale ORe game of :
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:: Parian Beat
hungry pack-It was necessary to "clean out" all the cars mudfishIdogtUhJ. five hits and gained a base on ft. Auu. Lna at it Lmbor*. 269 in the 1945 Tam show. LlaUR8 I DELANOaltIla' alrlea the doubleheader here with the

carp and undesirable species in the State. This was done. balls to load the bases with one .iTOTllla beLied at at BanfantNATIONAL r.l....,.. The serious Locke also required I ]I1g'tgvh4l12I'Ri.ar'f"'. 4I111 ;. I ( Daytona Beach Islander tomorrow

Consequently the sport fishing improved by leap and bounds for out. But the lanky Tennessee I a 71 yesterday for a 205 total. ;Zli'E.MSII2IR.,2b_. t I S I t ._II.rf I 2152TRr'I'M 1 I I I night.

two reasons ill the trash fish were eliminated givLaz the game fish rookie bore down to fan Frank LEAGUE One of the pre-tourney favor- '"air.a. S I I 3r........... t 1 e I I
T... W.L Pot. caT_ W.L..et.. ca I'__.. ZIIISV.a.. I 1121 A rookie pitcher. John Perk
a better chance 121 the young game fish raised on ground-up Ears. Paulick and Gerry Mendizabar to tttnum 4* 3a -371 1 irtnrMii<< IT 11 57 414Rronkln lies Ed Furgol. banged out a :Hail.1f I S I I .'B.P.tt..Ib t I .1. ItprigM1b Is also scheduled to arrive with
helped to populate the lakes! stymie the scoring threat. 41 31 Mt i lilt. .....1. J 5 JS ,5M SV 69. picking up two strokes in his 1 I S Ill 1It..1Ia-.1f. I 1 I I INtSthlasd TED MADJESKI
Avon Driggers. the former Or- York S7 31 .U I 1".I"bU."I. 18 4) 411 IISmeat challenge: and moving from 1 I I I I ...'e.c I' 112 15115.115p . Senator catcher again. MadJeskL Ganxel said be knew
MM Mt 4 'ritlrt'ik M U .*7* 111 I III1'JFru.p a ci a 2 nothing about Peek, other than
lando High hurling star turnedin fourth to third place with 206. ; ,
Banns YaatardayRnalM Gtt.aLp I I 1 -
Bo whether stocking the lake with fish was or ..! ..!I + his name.
young necessary a five-hit performance himself I. Bmoktia 1. Furgol who fires remarkablegolf J _____ '
cot Iowa fish scientist are inclined to believe that natural reproduction fhlraw 4. Plttitaurih. S.rtnrimtati retail U' 21456, T'ttaIa sa 5)12711an4DUYE Madjeski rated one of the best
but the
Senators able
were to pool 7. ft. IMU 5. despite an early childhood accident I l- _ _ IaMtSISI14.fmM Kinard
sufficient,. once rough fish are removed the final results :\r Tin* 4. Philadelphia. t (aifht which made his left arm J _ ___ .__ __+_ .11 lIe ...-1Enwo i Signs all-around catchers in the Fkirida -
were excellent. Wonderful tuning was created-and the same can Aleno to G-Men? Tatar 6a... eight inches shorter than his right : 14.14. Rld.u !. 6tt.t.k. t"... tan.hattiti I State League last ye ar. hit 290
Prohanla pltetxn. tell and lent rararih lapa hi: Tei.. K Pftft t. Ialtii) laos: 3. for the Senators. He. good
be done In Florida.Ko A report was making the rant beau): turned pro last year after a I frm.Ian. _.. $arratiran: .__. 1)aabSl For Bout With s a
... we sa,. with tbe rearing pond Idea, for in order to feed rounds here last night that Roitaa at Brookly -Ppahi (11-3) ... Branra sparkling amateur career capped .. UtkaJik <. .UHri...... to raritnt.. : Mailer bunter and looked 0be slant
II-II.) Kldxeaay W 1 .priikf; IrfvaUk IprilktVeta ; of opposing pitchers well enouirh
I be bass therein It will be necessary to eliminate most of the bass' Chuck Aleno who paced Florida \r.. Tor at Fbfladatohia-Koala (..U T*. by winning the Tam OShanter ; : M _. la M. ........ Left aa kawa: l+nI to draw M
......... ... . 115 bases on bAUs in
State League batting as De- (S-IITMeaca Amateur crown in 1944. T $ IieLand 1* Man a> kalla: an Mlkalik
enemie. vis. the garfiUi. the mudfish the suckers of Currently
the cat-
some at Pittrimr.fc (1>-Kriekiait tl!> axlMnr 1. Wf c.n..... 3. WT J. rw_ 4. fen** XK: kyMlkalik Tampa FighterBilly games, Jhe second baae-on-ball SI
f..kh. ,te. ete. and ran them all through a big meat-chopper. Land's third baseman until he 12') ... Botrtum (4-1) .... Ottenaorlhr he is the nation's seventh leading J 1. kr I. Parax I). Bit: rfT MUtal figure for the year Him .MS fielding -
was sold to the Atlanta Crack- (;>-5)HI). money winner with $6,405. : a ia 3 1-3 Irate. mtt GarBlak > ia 4 1.3. Huk :
To this business this Kinard the San- is the best established
whole column will clouting -
encourage present. during I rtarinnall average ever '
Lag) at ((2)5P4T1 (I'II and r: ky Mlhalik sLttIansai. Wild pitril
the next few days the Iowa. program to guide sportsmen here in ers a month ago. would soon be Burkhart I*-1) ... Vaitdn Mew t-3. and Fa- Chick Harbert joined the 711' 11tL-::: 141111 ,Ite5..: Mthalik. CaiRlre: Mobley : ford middleweight scrapper will 1 by an Orlando catcher -
sent. by the Crackers to the tnt,.. IS-5)). shooters to register a 207 for fourth'position. i and '1.-. Tine: 1:t!. I meet Austin Waters. 150-pound Madjeski will be able to help .
their work, Dr. Earl ROM. 10leac11n1. aquatic biologist has pre I I .
Gainesville G-Men, with: whom Ky Laffoon posting the i "
Tampa fighter, in the six-round us a lot, Ganzel said in making
pared the following} paper for .this column covering the subject_ very they have a working agreement. AMERICAN LEAGUE best score of the day. a 34-32 66. '
T.... w. L Pet. 6B.Ttaia W. U. Pet. GB main event of the American Legion the announcement. He not only
thoroughly: Aleno's batting average with Atlanta >. York 4.1 *e Ml .rm"land 3i .m laIxtnrit which included eight pars and Parker Gains : boxing card scheduled for a great little receiver and a dangerous .
as 32 iI3 nwaa II'" .4.: !!"
has been under the .200 BWM 3* 33 Ml Waakta* >t M 4SS II',, eight birdies tied for the next Monday July 14 man in the batting lineup
"Carp and ether rough lab are universally recognized by the mark. PMibla M 34. .>14 .S >... Uwta ZS 41 .ro,171* spot at 210 with Herman Keiser. Doug Barnes chairman of the but he's good at handling youth

highest authorities on fish-management as being extremely undesirable Kaavlta Vastartayfhirua Keiser. who with Locke and Oliver I Legion Boxing Committee and I Pitchers. He should be able to
C. rtawiaad S
and In order to attain proper biological balances these species their efforts well enough to push ':... Yark rhlladrlphia 1.Buataa was. a first day leader also authorized ; Final RoundSALT matchmaker. said Waters had help our young pitchers a lot"
across a single run in the third TVa>UlltaaItatrait t. 71.Next. Ganzrl at the tame time emphatically -
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must be kept under tODt.rol.Dr.. Rose states in beginning adding: agreed to terms for the. fight.
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and a brace of scores in the fifth at St. Ijwla U. vaatpntcd. nla) I said Lou BevH M
"Iowa ha the were' Lloyd Mangrum, I Kinard knocked out w *
pioneered In removal of these soft fish (carp buffalo Ta4ay GaaieaPrabable Jimmy
rack the
to up victory margin. plltfem) Sam and lort _cia U Dutch Harrison and Henry Ransom! I continue as manager .f the Senators
of Orlando In the fourth
far. ooffiUh. etc.1 from the Inland lakes and streams in order to Improve Four of the five hits Jones surrendered Il'anthrai..: with 213's and Frank Moore of : LAKE CITY [UP] After Savage despite the fact Madjetal
the environment for game fish. In every instance where seining were singles while Elwin Philadelphia at :*' .* Tat (!)Fiona (5.IIand ; :; dropping the first set. Champion round of their scheduled six- I piloted the dab to a pennantlast
IVhflfc ()-1> n. GHvpert (Z-*) and Kejrwal Overland :Mo., and Sam Snead round main go bout here three I
trapping and other methods are used effectively the change fer the Danson biffed a double. with 214's.Herman. Frank Parker of Los Angeles regained year by a record-breaking
better Is soon noted In the improvement in game fishing. I Three of the six hits off Drig 'IIrublns at RoatM (it Harfncr (1-(> and the : his form here yesterday to I weeks ago. It was his 11th knoct-j martin.
... Barren defending out in 13 professional
tj-it Gilfhotua 13-1 and Bam
"ThU Is somewhat betide the point In discussing the culture of Zeus were triples-although two V-nom 11-11- champion. took a 74 for a far- I down Seymour Greenberg. also of "I am highly pleased with the

Urie.Bath black ball and small-month black ba.s: however. It of the three-ply wallops had nrwi.nj at Ok.i. (%)-1\ &). ('-II .,nd trailing 225 while Jim Femer. Los Angeles. 4-6. 7-5. 6-2 6-1 in I continued his unbeaten string. I job Bevil has done managing the
fuzz duel (%-%) n looat (5-11 and Grate (3-Sl the National Courts Tennis Barnes said Waters was rateda
on them. The first, by John Clay I club this year, and I thtek he baa
Buy serve as a guide to the final disposition of part of the roughfh Dctralt at ft. Lorta tit-Track* (4-4)1) and newly-crowned PGA king. climbed : !
Garrison. came when Mendi Bmtaa and F.iml S Championships. very capable opponent for done as wen as anyone eetrtd have
(5'OS.) loidak (1-41 ( -SI
removed from 'any 75 I
SLates water. Previous to 1938 Iowa bass to for 219. I Kinard and that Waters recently
zabar who was with Orlando for Parker will meet Ted Schroeder done under the drcameiance he
cultural methods were' similar lo those used In practically all State LAKE.ORANGE LEAGUE In the feminine side of the I
a spell last season, loafed undera TM. w. L. Pct.lTea W. I.. Pet. also of Los Angeles in the finals' scored a three-round TKO continued. "Bevil will continue
SM Federal fUheries. Parent bass are Hud early In the Spring lofty poke to deep left. The Apopka 14 I ta. rmaUIla 1* 1* .3tClcnaont Tam circus professional Betty today.. Schroeder. who also had win over Sonny Hope in a preliminary running the ball club tad Maca-
with approximately males U. .44'Wbuar Park I 1* .4 4Mount Jameson was tied with 19-year- the Lee Sala Joe will
fifty and
fifty females In each spawnIng second, by Rex Throop was so considerable trouble this afternoon on jeski do our catchteg
Dura 12 1 WITir.rw T 11 MS old Grace Lenczyk who was '
..".. As soon as the nuptial affairs are attended to, eggs in- near the rightfield line that W. Gardra 12 T .til Oroo. 4 If .111ZcUmnod downed Ed Moylan San Legon card.
medalist and semi-finalist in the
cvbaUd and hatched the .hateheryman transferee the fry to Urge Mgr. Jeff Emerson and Right- 11'T....5a. ..Eu Ii..tl.." 3 IS 167 1947 Western Open. Miss Jame Francisco, 9-7. 2-6., 6-4. 6-4. in Kinard. 18-year-old 153-pound-I
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rearing ponds. fielder Al Pirtle discolored their Winter Park at llermtmt.Zrllwmd recent of the National I what appeared at first to be the er. is rated one of the hkliest ring

The* ponds are previously heavily fertilized to increase small faces arguing with Umpire Ed- at rmjtilla.EmlU son. shot winner four-over-par beginning of an upset.In I prospects this section has produced -
die Boell the at Taiaraa. Open a j I the first real upset of the and his
over legitimacy of in several years
animal life (lentomostracsns. etc.1 in the pond for bass-feed. After Mmmt Dnrm at Onft. 79 In her third trip while Miss I
the blow. Apnpka atlIlIer G.ro.lie be pared at tourney Barbara Krase. defending impending scrap with Waters
the bass are about one and one-half inches long minnows are Introduced Lenczyk fashioned a 77-each being .
The third off I:15 Monday nigtatiSOUTH women singles cham- his
triple Driggerswas t'I ranks as one of first rugged
for feed or cannibalism results with the results in the FaIl bracketed at 237. f pion unseated
by Lou Bevil in the eighth ATLANTIC LEAGUE was by Mary tests with outsiders. t
very poor indeed. and it was as legitimate a doubleas Teaai W. L Pet. Team W. L Pet Only a stroke behind these two I Prentiss of San Bernardino CaL Barnes is also seeking to bring 1 1I

"We ordinarily stock 15.000 bass fry per acre of rearing pond. the Tinker Field mosquito I ohimhaa Augusta II 41 3T 13 5M i4' r-eaaiiila Jarkonrilla 4 41* 41 4a ..SM 4.* was another amateur Dot Kieltyof I Miss Prentiss won the match a capable in for Phil Orr the 131-i

With the minnow feeding method the ordinary return was around brigade have seen. but it went for ('bari..,... 4j 311 -51- Mann 3* 44 .4IOaTannak Los Angeles. who. punched a 79. 6-3. 75. I I pound Winter Park, lightweightwho

1.000 to 1000 fingerling bass in the Fall. Fingerlings are figured at naught. The third base coach 41 3t .5-' olyaibia. :31 jt .fcrfRaaulta Following at 239 were. Patty Berg, Jack Tuero and Schroeder Insured rallied for a draw with the .

around three to four inches in lenglh. Some hatcheries stock brood waved Bevil on home on the sock T. Man* i.YwHrd y8arannah who soared to 84. and Peggy Kirk I a spot in the finals of the heftier Tony Gruttadara three

minnows la the rearing ponds prior to adding the bass fry. These and he was thrown out by a relay A_,. !.. tharletlo. I.4'a4ba ._ who had 80. A fine 77 gate Mary I men's doubles by taking three weeks ago.
a. OiMmilla 1 Agnes Wall a 242 while the third'
to the plate. straight sets from Jim and Jerry
brood minnows spawn and their offspring provide feed for the bass. Jarkiamilla li. Colunbiia S.
The Red Abreu led off the third by pro in theomen's field Betty Evert of Notre Dame. But in the
unfortunate part of the latter procedure is that the brood
minnows blew to 85 for 244.
gaining first on Danson's error at Hicks I first two sets they had to do it Cl& SUPPLIES
take a heavy' toll of the bass CompleteLine
fry and too. they cannot provide third. Jones sacrificed him to second FILAIIStarSquad I the hard way as they won 12-10. .
ample! feed for the bass flngerlings.: (Continued. Next Column I lhQn k1743
63Spy
and
Craig Lybrand poked a l 75. Automotive
solid single to left to score him. Yep Brother 1. 3

Jones walked with one away in NamedMIAMI ; H ii s_ l'(1 ra Shoi Lights In Stock
Rollins Stars in Men's the fifth to Song Victor
Finals set up the two-run '
; ; PayInTheFSL 1125 EJgewoter Dnye
inning and Umpires
scored on Throop'sdisputed [API Final selection of :
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triple to .right Bevil Arlington CLEARANCE LIGHTS
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the Florida International League
Tar Lassies Lose Montclair singled sharply to center to send
at Throop across the plate. All-Star team which will meet the I 1 CHICAGO [API Spy Song own- Free for Asthma DRIVING LIGHTS
I I ed Charles T. Fisher of
by Detroit
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!.lONTCLAIR, N. J. [AP] The University of Miami ,hour The and comparatively 40 minutes fast, one league-leading Havana Cubans int, SpeI to Te Sjndoy Sei&Storj nosed out William Helis' Rippey in TAIL LIGHTSREFLECTORS

won the 1947 Eastern Collegiate Women's Tennis Titile yesterday spiced by several umpire game squab was the Cuban Capital July 10. was i SILVER SPRINGS-Something 'I! the $25000 Myrtlewood Stakes at During SummerIf

as two of its representatives. Miss Barbara Scofieldof bles. announced yesterday by League : new in fines went into the Class :: Arlington Park yesterday before a
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i y u cuffcr with attack ef Asthinaand
records I
Pres. Judge Wayne Allen. D Florida State League crowd of 36,000.
San Francisco and Mrs. Betty Ruth Hulbert James of St. The Senators travel to Daytona i Combs chefc and IasD for breath if restful 0'
Al
yesterday as President F W. Hooper's :3 year old colt
LoUis" Mo. gained the individual Beach to open a three-game series The team chosen by ports ( .la.p n difficult' bccauM a* trra struggle
crowns. with told Umpire Ben Cimock either to Education was a distant third in .
the tail-end Islanders at 3 editors from 10 Florida newspapers I breaths don t fail' ta MId at extc* ta i
Miss Scofield. the nation's 16th pay a $10 fine or have it deducted I I the six furlong event, five lengths :I. I
p.m. today. Stan Zedalis
is sched- Frontier Asthma Cexiwany for a FREE
after had submitted i iI .
managers from his check. Christiana Stable's Sea : BAILEYMotor
ranking woman. player protectedher uled to face the I's in the single pay away. ef the FRONTIER ASTHMA MEDICINE ':
50LUNAR TABLESI their nominations will have five I The fine was based on a formof !I Snack brought up the rear another .
top seeding with a 6-4. 6-4 game today while the two clubs II a .a..atie" for temporary .1'i i
meet here at Tinker Field at I players: from the second-place I insubordination according to two and a half lengths back. tematw relief ,f paroxrame ef Bronchial
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JOHN ALDEN KNIGHT victory tover Mrs. James the second p.m. tomorroy for a doubleheader. Tampa Smokers three from the I II Combs. Last weekend Cimock II I I Two late scratches Fighting Asthma. Ne matter where yeu live *rwhether Equip. Co.

seeded player who was defending Gene Major and Tommy I West Palm Beach Indians. two 1 figured in an incident in whichhe Don and Historian-left just four you have faith M any medicine

The schedule of Solunar Periods. the championship. And tentatively down to hurl Hyde the dou-are each from Miami Beach St. I was verbally abused by Acting I to run. Spy Song paid $3.20 and under the tun. tend today fr this free

M printed below, has been taken bleheader. Petersburg and Lakeland and one Manager Jeff Emerson of Palat $2.60. Rippey paid 420. The time trial. It will cost you OIethi.... Caution! 78 N. Garland

from John Alden Knight's SOLU- later they paired to vanquish a PAUTKA ORLANDO from the Miami Tourists. The cel ka, aside from being pushed I was 1:1 0 2-5. There were no show Uao only a* directed Address

Rollins Co):ege duo Nonna Dep- .kh .' sin II sa lar-dwelling Fort LauderdaleBra'es around. pnces.: PHONE S1U
mOHTIER ASTHMA CO.
It AR TABLES. Plan your days so L..trsj. I I
31. I I 3 Ljbrimj I' I I I failed to place I to President
perman and Rosemary Buck 6-2. Duaa2bZaaiaTh.p., 411es a man. I In his report S7t-A FRONTIER aLDa.4IZ ORLANDOThe
'that you will. be fishing in good PlnJu 4IlTsItetu.rf Catcher-Mgr Al Leitz. of the I Combs. Cimock recommended a '
64. in the doubles final. 4R21 Wins Easily NIACAMA' ST. BUFFALO S, N.Y.
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territory or hunting in good cover Miami aggregated 42 point in p..lI..k., 4 a a S 1..b..1f. I' C I I Miami Beach Flamingos was selected stiff penalty. and said in effect I Lighthouse _

during these times. if you wish to the women's division. Rollinswas 11.11 2d.a.b.r.IfiIIiIM.nnig. 1. I I ..J..tb..5b: I'31115. S 1 as the non-playing man- that Combs could have his re ig- In Lamplighter Handicap
Wat""'...! I .' I 1 2 --on I I S I' I ager for the second annual all- nation effective July 15. if the I
second with 20 points. |
find the best sport that each day S.po1-.111 41 SI'AW.'. SI eta Star event. OCEANPORTN J. [API Lighthouse OI6)kMe e.6rve1
. The stage was. set for today's flon.3b 41114Jonit.p 11.I fine was not imposed on Emer- ,
has to offer OtI3SITLI I I 2Total. The pitching staff will consistof I son. Recalling that on two or highly regarded colt from r4r
men s doubles final with the third- !
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: _____ the Woodland Stable led a field
The Major Periods are shown In seeded team from Rollins. Enrique : Catayo Gonzalez. Tampa; Mel i three occasions this year he had !
boldface type These begin at the I Buse and Gus Peeples upsettingthe p.l.tka _..J1. s Ii 11 Total III 17 Itti 3 6 Ill-S!7'' 1.: Nee. Miami;' :M: Howard. Lakeland i told all umpire simply to make of nine three-year-olds over the First National Bank 4$

times shown and last for an hour No. 1 pair Princeton's William 0rI._ _ __ Ill r-t1 : Octavio Rubert. West Palm j, recommendations. I entier mile. and a sixteenth at Service
tnor: fl....,. Suns batted I.: Tjbraad. Tb_ I Miami I i i Monmouth Park yesterday to win As a Community .
Beach and Hal Graham.
and a half or two hours there- and Dean 7-9 BeYIL b b... The usually mild-mannered "
Vogt Mathey. 6-4. Sit: v.- Thr-ta. Itlu: :, .
Furnishes the Correct Tim. -
the Added -
after. The Minor Periods. shown 6-2. 64. Buse and Peeples will face O.n1Ion. Thmp. BniL 8t" b__: 11taa.r. I Beach. t loop president responded to Ci I; $10,000 Lamplighter ,
We........ ZiMaca. it.enffra Lat,... The real ef the teaa Inrludaa Beraarda rerun Handicap. i 2-1611
In regular type are of somewhat the fourth-seeded Yale's ,, .... '. i mock's suggestion by the fine. 1 Day or Night-Dial
team. J.a Len ell baHa: PaI.lke 11. OtIanda 3. I .. T.._ first bate: (-, Borrl.. BU Patenban The of Knave
shorter duration. Irvin Dorfman and John Moses 11- a. b.U: .,If Jone, .. .1! kicKen Lfl. eeread kaae: iM. Billy Mntt Tan paIhortatap j Meantime, Emerson was fined $50. 'f t son High-Lady. -
...... .at by ill.. '. hy ittjit. .. l'apina ; Glam Adl..... neat Pa). ....... third Bart romped to the wire five
A.M.PM. who struggled three and one-half I BoeU ...d .Iboclt. ?t ,: 1:41. : i ha.r: l+mt Murphr. T_.... _.'xMcT; :Ne4 I which he paid. Cimock's decision lengths in front of the odds-on THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT ORLANDO ,r

Day )'(in'r MaJY t MinT MaJ'r hours yesterday. losing three jHtt.Ia.' . Wert Palm ....... axtlitldet) ; Oirar.. Carenlia. had not been made late last night. !1 1I : public choice Trapeze. which finished Capitol and Surplus One Mfltioa Dollars J .
Mini heath .atrarIlr; (' ley Aailrma. League headquarters last night
Today 1:10: 2:20 8:35' 2:40 match points In the fourth set. I Negro Cyclists To Race <*t. petentiwri. ramer. and Georia Biifbenk. t I reported that three doubleheadi i i second. A half length farther gEicEsa nzinux. DEPOIIT cremxcz COKFOSITIOII
before subduing Miami's Richard ,
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Lakeland 'tInj van.
: Men. 850: 3.00 9-15 3.25Tues. I i back was the Rarco Stable's
in the circuit
Hart and Charles Lundgren. second At Exposition TrackThe ers will be played !
9 35 3:45 10.00 4:05 Atomic Power which closed with
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Mondav Orlando entertains Daytona I
ranked team. The scores were I. t -
Wed. 10:15: 4:25 10:40: 4:45 Royal Lions Racing' team Amateur Hurler Fans Beach at 7 pjn: Leesburg great energy from the head of
6-0. 64. 51. 79. 62. I
Thurs. 11:00 5.05 1125 5:25 an all-Negro group from Atlanta the stretch to the wire to capture
: plays at St. Augustine. the first i
In today's feature Dorfman 26 in Doubleheader .
Frt. 11:50: 5:45 C.05 Jacksonville and Miami. will stagea 1 show honors. ,
at 7 Palatka plays
topseeded defending champion in series of motorcycle races today WILLIA Pa. TAP] starting p.m. Summer Is Here!
Sat. 12:10 1:35: 12:45 ':15 i ISPORT. I II Gainesville at 3 pjn., and againat
the singles meets Buse. seeded the
Florida Livestock GOLD ING TURNS PRO
Exposition
old Glenn
four
Sunday 1 :05 7:25 1:40 8.00 I Twenty year ; 8:15
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second. grounds on the Apopka Highwayat I !Macy Majeski struck out 26 NORMAN. Okla [API Joe Gold-
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2 p. m. men in two amateur baseball BARONS BUT SCHEMER ing, University of Oklahoma ace ""

I r FSL Roster Changes I SETS \\-ELIX MARK Six events are included on the games near here yesterday. lie I I BIRMINGHAM rAP The Birmingham -i halfback. yesterday told football i Yes, it's starting to get hot and

LINCOLN Neb. [API Steve Sey- program in addition to a trick : fanned 20 in one game and then Barons yesterday announced !! Coach Charles [Bud] Wilkinson

fits '&! K rU Cf.. ic Morri'IQ Sen'neHOCAtA mour of the Los Angeles AC seta riding exhibition by Boots [Silk IStocklmg. !, whiffed six in a relief role in I' the purchase of Mike : he had signed a three-year con- ; you'll want to wear cool! clothes!

I. rtoriM-.!.!.r Lntvt rwur b rfcMri..d.M rt.rvpertrd r* .urM : new American javelin record rated as one of the na-. the other half of the twin billbetween Schemer first baseman, from the : tract to play pro football with ,
< 'M .af ,*...r.ar _rDKLAKD .; yesterday of 248 feet 10 inches in tion's leading riders. AdmissionIs Picture Rocks and Tur- Sacramento club of the Pacific the Boston Yankees of the National -
: ...... J. A. Blkteck an* the senior AAU meet here. $1. I! botTille. IB I HERE THEY ARE!
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;- : These Louisiana State University Coyle from Springfield, III, Joe Moore of San AVE WINTER PARK.PLA: PS.Pbsaa OrIcad.W. Park 1-542 47$* (Clothier[ PflenlY *

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Rollins GolferTourney Joe Baksi Faces OIlieTandberg Clermoni Meets FSL.Circles During Week Week's GainsNEW 'Don't Fuss


Today in 'Title-Shot' Bout {Soecio! to The Sunday Sentin&.Srarl:

1 SILVER SPRINGS-Myril Hoag and his hustling

i Threat STOCKHOLM [AIJ Joe Baksi of 'Kuipmont. Pa., will Parkers Today Gainesville G-Men stole the show in the Class D Florida YORK [LAP Financial RidetheBus

have a six-pound edge over Ollie Tandberg, Swedish heavyweight State League for the week ending with games midnight i markets continued to press for-

7 COLUMBUS. Ohio tAP Thirty.I boxing king, when they battle today for the right I With two of the first five teamsof Thursday, July 3, it is revealed in official averages released -'I ward during the past short week

fin rtrU begin a mad scramble to be named the next opponent of World Champion JoeY the Lake-Orange League not at headquarters here yesterday.Not I while the lengthy advance Inspired

known as the Third National uouis.___!_ .-..._ i seeing action today the three remaining only did Hoag continue to1 t I a certain amount of well

Women Collegiate Golf Tournament ' At yesterday's weigh-In at a !I first division clubs will maintain his league batting leadership I longest game In loop history-Palatka's 1 I absorbed profit selling. The share

Monday and there isn't a swank Stockholm hotel. Baits regIstered I Olympic Tryout all rule slight favorites in their and by an ever widening I division Thursday recorded iu
bonafide favorite in the field. margin but he also went to the 9 to 8 win over Lees-
t 214 pounds while Tand I games today. The most bitterly j seventh successive average up-
t Pnyllls Otto the Northwestern berg was listed at 208 pounds. Dates Announced contested clash probably will be mound three times during the burg in 19 innings. Longest previous I I swing. .

University star who copped the Although the American. who opened I,I I t staged at Clermont where the sec i week taking three victories including -'I game was a 17-inning affair. i All securities: exchanges recessed -

title and runnerup Dorothy Ger his European tour in April by I LINCOLN Neb. [AP] The final ond place Hilltcppers who fell an "ironman" stint against I I Sanford Manager Don Murrayset I IJ I I Friday for the celebration
ft main of Beaver College were the out of a two-way tie with Apopka Leesburg. J of Independence Day and
\ recognized' choices last year.There's stopping British Champion Bruce tryouts for the United States 1948 i a brand new record for chances i I
Woodcock. Is the heavier he is I for the lead by losing to Winter Hoar blanked the Pirates <4< to observed the usual Saturday
Grace Lrncrylc of New- Olympic team will be held In Chicago handled by a second baseman I
: about 3' 1-2 Inches shorter than !: i Garden. 10-4. Wednesday night. 0 on Wednesday night with four suspensions.

I Injcton Conn.. representing Arnold I Tandberg. July 9 and 10, 1948 Kenneth 'will take on Winter Park. hits and followed that fine performance when he had 10 putouts and seven I Throughout the week stocks

College of West Haven Conn. lU.sslInenk The weighing was attended bj (Tug) WiI.on: of the American'I Another top-notch engagement with a five-hitter on assists without error at. Leesburg I were benefitted by rising business

;: match owns play a genuine win guaranteed the -I I virtually everyr- .- '-1 I Olympic Committee announced I I Is slated for the Umatilla Tuesday. As a result. he zoom- on Monday night. The old markof optimism. Earnings and dividends H 11122AH

Mrs Mildred over I Babel J Za-renowned fight notable in:: ; I diamond where an invading ed to the top of the list as pitching 15 chances was held jointly by : were helpful. Oils touched peaks

1 Sweden. Addl.i. yesterday.The I Zellwood dab rates the favored leader with nine wins in 11 Rosa of DeLand and Gallegos of i I i for the year or longer. Rails came

L harUi.considers something lltbtly.no woman golfer I tionally. it was.witnessed .' I. two-day finals will have a role but will have a battle on decisions. He has won his last Palatka.St. :; to the fore on the outlook for fa

I E Or Nancy Porter of Wyoming. I by< # \ field of six men for each event their hands that might turn out eight starts. Augustine's young hurlingsensationNick I vorable reorganization legislation:

Ohio a University of North Carolina -, London Promoter selected from both the NCAA to be the day's. best game. With their boss-man showingthe Buonato-con- in addition to prospects of boosted -

swinger who sports a club I Jack Solomons, N championships and the National Eustis moves over to Tavaresfor way. it was only natural that r tinued in championship form. II! freight and passenger charges.. i

handicap of three and considerable I who helped arrange '\..<. AAU meeet. It will be staged in another chapter in their long- the Baby Crackers would take the turning his 10th win against i iI' I The Associated Press 60-stock I I IF'

tournament. experience.: i I the bout: Northwestern University's Dyche standing rivalry that's always good hint.and they did it by winning three losses. He had gone 38 [ composite showed a net gain of

Barbara Lee Canine is touted by Lew Burston .. Field. for a colorful game. Cookie Ricks. I seven out of nine games. includ- I'! innings without being scored on, I[ two points on the week at 66.1,

liighly. She pocketed the Kalamazoo I I of New York new Mount Dora manager takes ing an Important double-header and climaxed his fine week with I| best level since March' 6. From the

all-city title and the West-I i I who came hereto Fletcher Slates his club to Ocoee where they t from the league-leading Saints.At i! a 2 to 0 decision over Palatka .1 low of May 1'1. last which was a

1 I era Michigan championship last I sign the twc ;... aren't expected to encounter too midnight. the G-Men were onlya I after a duel with Johnny Theo- I! bottom since Jan. 25. 1945, the index

l year. She's a Western Michigan ,! gladiators to provisional much trouble in adding another game behind the Saints and one bold. another of the loop's bet I was up 7.6 points. or roughly

College student LouisE22' Tilt With ChampsFletcher victory to complete the day's of the hottest finish fights for a II ter hurlers. I $7,600 million in quoted values.

Of the gal .he will be back I'I contracts and by Baksl I Motors of Orlando. local schedule. Winter Garden will entertain I loop pennant is a certainty.The Nine shut-outs went into the Volume for the four days was 4.-

tram las' year* c.nlr t. pert manager and trainer, Nat Wolfson I all-star softball outfit that- Apopka at home in a night week was notable for num- record during the week, the greatest I 191.355 shares compared with the

.......... Marie Shatter of Tol- and Itytrcel.. racked two exhibition last game_ _at 8:15: pjn. Monday. erous reasons. it produced the | number for a similar period I{ previous five-day aggregate of 4-
wins
; ..... Obi.. a battler representing The concentration of celebrities will up take the Blackburn since 1941. The Saint hurling staff 335610. .
; Rallies (-.llr at U inter Park. II brought a small crowd to the week on came up with three consecutive ''I I The list edged forward Mondayon
Bombers of Clearwater here next
Ilav. am*, .be runkldrreJ. hotel It was the first time the shut-out victories. turning back only 670.000 shares with steels i

Rosanne., who set a style note two fighters had met.HALFBACK Saturday night. team. 1946 State Major Leagi je Averages DeLand 11 to 0 and Orlando 7 to 'pacing the upturn despite the

I at the 1M, collegiate with red I The.Clearwater 0 twice. I sharpest drop of the year in null

I pigtail ribbons and blue pedal- I ADDED champions. boast one of the finest ('ewe1. hale. 1..1.... DAY lamee ul."...* July 2) (11_". Ixlufe' DAY t....* ul.ye.hTY I) While the G-Men were copping operations due to slackening coal ,
hurlers in the nation in Herbert
pants stuck around until i NATIONAL LEAGUE CLUB BATTING AMERICAN LEAGUE CLUB BATTING
pusher
The market ended June
seven of nine all other clubs except supplies.
finals. She repeated I PHILADELPHIA 1AP1 The Philadelphia Dudley the Stetson ministerial Clvk G.u K H 2k 3k Mr KM Sk ,.. wIt CUk G" H H 2* 3' Mr IIhi I k r.. *itT S
1 the quarter Eagles announced who has amassed N. Tout .: :"t'.s 311. Ili .i 3 ''J 5" 31 I 14 .2M IW'twI .t, .* 2271 32* 44" 14" 24l :IMrlerel 2114 Leesburg sort of marked J with an average advance of three ,
t that In Ihftomrn'. Western yes- student phe- ..n .nn 31: IM* ... 21 M :*a ::* '?, IB 4 17 !"-,* :1IPeinrtl 45 n 11 44 117 II ,:.s. I I time. all but splitting even dur- full points after four succes-ive _
amateur and advanced' to theemifinals terday the signing of Pete Kmeto- I nomenal strikeout and no-hit 111)11 IT rat :317 3ll 1 7 13 si sn 3S 21rinr S 4* 2122 2VIrtiiraio 5:: 44t4$173122.2t* I
in the Toledo district. I vic and Oil Steinke. bringing their pitching perfomances.YALE 1* 53:! 33: III 12 I* tl 2... :* .23 IPtttbg 4* 227* 221BoafM 5.a 47 SI tl I*4 4! Sit I ing the week. Sanford took five I losing months. Turnover for the
_ *1 211 23 S42 AilS :S* 277 14 .24* Il'bJla tl 2K 233 5311 74.13 41 27S 11 :4:1: I of nine. St. Augustine four out of month. however dwindled to 17.-
halfback force for 1947 to
I t Monday's II bole qualifying eight. .A233AIAI41SSIST53III.5I 4Pt. Phlla.4 2172 2WMain. 521 .4 2! 27 211 11 .:1: S
_ _ rounds also will serve to determine I ADDS COACH I.. 6. 222: 34 M. 12 1> 47 2.4 1* .i"* I .. 51725104407 741u1711223.4* T seven. Orlando and Palatka split 4 492,740 shares. lowest for any
doubles and team winners. I COLLINS RECALLED NEW HAVEN [AP} Yale announced Cblt... 44 2241 251 372 fl13A53511.32: : : S LLeull 13 2r>4 24AMEKICAN > .. M 14 19 :14 17 .235: I eight games each. Daytona won 'month since September, 1944.

c Doublet! competition Is an added MEMPHIS IAP1 The Birming- yesterday the appoint- NATIONAL LEAGUE CLUB FIELDING LEAGUE CLUB FIELDING three and lost three while De- I Widespread covering by shorts

i I starter In the 1947 joust. Rol-! ham Barons announced yesterday ment of Marvin "Preacher" Frank- Club 6 ro A E DP PC. CI.., G P0 A t OP PC. I Land won three and lost four. : who began to suspect that this
Llzns. Miami University Ohio State hard-hitting First Baseman Joe un 1938 football captain at Van- rt-ilttMllhU.. __ ,* 1**7 717 33 M .'*' nerelawf ___ 32 1.10 111 33 51 .>u Leesburg continued in one of the ; position was exceptionally heavy,
H . _._____ N 7 11111 TM S4 TRrooklTB .IS __ .
and DrPauw have entered the Collins has been recalled by New- derbilt University. as end coach 47 1714 71* 53 t: ...aPltt..r. S. _Tork __ III 43 HU I.Z "54 1.:1*: U 3.1 III It ..53B51 ,a worst reversals in league history. ,, combined with insistent reinvestment .

two-Ctrl event ark of the International' League. I of its football team. ." ____ Hi 1MI .T1 SI MI'lnrlmilU ..n 5. .-. __ _.$3 IUI "I Sf U ..575Wso5I.1t I losing seven out of eight. or 18 out demand gave Tuesday's
i i $4 17 T9! .4 4thirail .'"
- .-- - >8 *. _ $1 173 (7* 32 .1 ..17111lI4It5112 of its last 22 games including a I market its best runup since June ._
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\r l.rk .2 1411 Til 41 4* .rol ." _ ._ $5 II In* *133IM 12 II J. r4 U ...ro.I"'t .173Ih4e streak of 11 straight losses. i 11 which. in turn was the widest D'c :, I I
BMIWI 4! 1TJ. ri, 71 S4Tripl. .11
$2 1732 722 SI N .123: 'I A highlight of the week was since Dec. 9. Activity expanded
flu--Piitihurfk.NATIONAL
Trial 1I1o."k.M.AMERICAN President Al Combs' handing down to 1090.000 shares. New highs

I ', LEAGUE INDIVIDUAL I of another stiff fine-this time a I: were recorded for many oils and
..," BATTING. RECORDS LEAGUE INDIVIDUAL $50 levy against Acting ManagerJeff Indu.trials. There were several .s
', (IS M... GaiBM BATTING RECORDS
- ." ..," Plajwr & Club GAit R H 2k 3k .rrbIsbP 1 ,. (IS If' Mere Gam**-.24* er Sitter) Emerson of Palatka. On top i broad jumpers including Nickel
( ", Padirn. PMla. MJ2II I. S .;.J4Jr0ute. Plajnr-Cl.k G Ak R H 25355rr5b P.. I II
IPq ...." asl m H i.. :i :S4 it :i s U Here's b.'S Wilier; si UrtitUdclphla- I>et..it 13: 237 2* *. 13 1 3 2> J..733 Cimock $10 for his views in con- I points also a peak for 1947.
The II 241 II M 12 5 M 4 .31: 10m...... V T. 44 211 41 7* 1* 2 I 44 I ,:.331MeQut5.
nection with what sort of fine the The forward -
move was extended
Sensational :N. T. IS .
3Isd.trN.NLI.. 21 II 113 35 211 .211 44 233 3 14 11M S .222Dtflujor.
New AIaUg17t,5t.L.s32S3JLjT4: 444 1.139 41 t L. 13752370: $ 13 2 1 21 2Appilnf. league president should impose on I on balance Wednesday
1 B.... Cine. _42 342 3. St S I 34 1 .233 Chi.. M 23* :3* 73 12 I 13* 1 .an Emerson.As I for the sixth straight session
Battery-operated HnveU.. PitU. _. 21 5* 4 1J 4 t 8 7 ..324Elliott. 417.,.. W..... St It 22 12 1* 3 I 32 1 ..312McCoikT. '
Button $3 ::s 37 74 12 4 lIt: 2 .321 . Dllla. .4* 1(4 24 S* I I S 15 5 .312 a result of St. Augustine'sdecision I although late offerings handicapped '
DtUmandro. 33 S3 14 27 S I I S I ..323Jnun. Linden. :>. T. 42 III It 41 12 4 18 5 ..S12Matn. over Palatka Thursday I many leaders and l
N. Twk 14 :11 2 5 1 I I 3 I ..KlMli Bnstos.441221735 IS 112 I ..311WiniiBU. -
>-iv Tort 42 it* un.. S 21 St 2 .31* win. rtn>it ..s" n S 24 s. 5 r I .34 night. the All-Star came will be brought considerable irre:ular-
4 : tt-.. Pbila. .1* 41 411 t 1 t 5 ..317RnblnHM. Bits U 22 S! I* 13 S 12 t! I ..237I ntayed In that city Sunday July II itT at the close. Volume rose to a'
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MIDGET BUn) eT Si" :IT U P 1 4 IT 13 J1JGain. _n. ixxum .J nt 41 TT 11 S5 VRrian. 5 '* 13 at 3 o'clock.: 1.180,090) chares. Some liquidation I
Cine. .S2 142 S il 41 1:11 5 ..111Baumholu. Cirri. *'t In I* 41 IS :1 21" 2 .:11:S
Ct.. M SM 43 M 17 4 IJ: I ..212w Hfath. *7. L. h ;3P2l3AS71542S32 1 .21 J.,. was attributed to the possibility -
I c_,. X. T. 3321145T11S1Tt. I ..313Kinr. : EJwardi. Clr.LLnr It 51 I n I' 2 15 I .'1 OFFICIAL FLORIDA STATE: LEAGUE: AVER the market may have
mm. .S22314I7iS214I .311 <.. Watk. .... $4 212 2 1.: ,12, 3 1* a .:1 S.r AGES FOR WEEK ENDING MIDNIGHT run into a buying climax.
ManbaH. X T. 12 2I$ tt 71 7 3 17 M 5 .311 W Mmaon. XT. 5* 17* 21 *l I S 43: 5 'III THURSDAY JULY I
;\1_.. jit. U S7 212 24 44 111. lot' 1 ..litEimla. I Osnh,,. Bnaioa .:::1 4> 14 21: I I* 5 .:1a( Chik BattiM Ak M H Hr RM Pet Profit cashing gave the list a
; I.iila. 54 211 i, 44 IS :t S 3* 2 ..litMawo. Rln..... rhlla. __.41 114 17 41 11 t S 1* ..23Rio iMlwr* __ 2471 41* 714 II 31* .>** I sootty appearance in the forenoon
rtlU.11 y, 7 5 4 S t 1 ..114r -.. X. T.11 *127 II 5 t 5.244i..I. TiltacI **74 412 141 It XII .357
( PORTABLE ..*.... rita).. m 47 :M 74 1 1. 2 .:3>* I ._._. m U .:S. 74 II S I 11 I .:*' ).; ,.* .238 $32 $53 I 33? .21 Thursday. Short covering and
QmuoK. >. T. M 211 43 4i 14 14 ft 5 ..31Ktf. M..m.,.. DMimt 41 2J1: 43 41 2-:1: :1* 2 .21 M Amelia* 24t 32 CM 3*? .212 reinvestment demand then amr- -
s i >.w Twk. :54 1* :a-.II; 53 3:1: : .33 firming" n.... 44 124 St M 1 1 1 2* I ..22Plrkry ORLANDO _ 241 431 $5Z I; 344 :.2412 I
ed and in the final hour when
H .lme-. ROMMI 43: SM: 41 72 IT Z 2 <1 S .33 ChiracPerk. U 1:1 .3 :34 4 S S 11 I.'II Rainentlle __ :113 412 ..* 11.c: .22'
f I Sporting '....11.... ritta. 13 2H 13 74 II; 2 3 33 :I III ("1..'. 51 214 :34 .11 12 2 8 21MerkOTlrk. I .:* p.la'lIe) - -_ 23* 35 2 *3BaufOTj 22 :Jre .S': i 580.000 shares changed hands. ORLANDO TftANfff CO.
Many Features Ktkartf. PltlK .. 4* 144 34 44 5 S 2 13 1 I Ot-r. S4 22* 21 43 1* 117Leaner. :3 .ro, I _-_ 24** 31 CIS.CM S ::31 .745 gains of to three
: one or more
LoT'U". SII ly 1* 34 t 41 3 ,3M M. U S* 2 e 2 21 54 II S I 11 3 .!Or SUMMER SHCw..
3 !i On Previously Found a..u. s..cI: 117 tt 47 12 1 2 21 a. W.kefleld. T>et. .41 137 1* 3* J" 3 12 I .277 Fiel"* PsA Ef : 1.5 D* Pet. 1 points were widespread. Partial SHOPPER
S The More" Only Haitira. >. T. 29 II "I' 4 3 1 .5 5 .'7TOTIMOII : ..........,.. .".... .. 4* 272 2* 71 II :3 t 34 2 ..2T4Ronrtrk. A......_ ___ It M4 13 55.. S4 .IEU settlement of the coal dispute ... THfllH
Expensive 3.,. 43 204 :34 II 11 4 11 S3 5 ..294iorrtmtn. X T. II 22: 4* 13 13 I Till .27 Jrnlnereen. DeLwKl ____ IS13: *11 131 14 53 .*4S 6 RIO? TKKCT W** JdIO
\ Sets PkljrB S4 174 21 stili 2 24 2 ..213Kalian. Biln _%* .* S IT l' 5 > I .27( I.or.Ig **, acz 174 &S1 32 '**< brought purchasing by some who 4 I
NEWESr C)... ._ 41 24 27 44 12 4 S :34 I ..21Mwanb. ruiner. (")otra.* *1 21 27 71 14 T 1 17 11 .272T A j.torA .__ 1'M .ar I** :M'S SS -Ml 1 thought the development was inflationary. 4005 51V55555
STYLE SPEAKER Bkbra .4t 17* 14 SS S 4 ti; ..11TaTircna. ,at. "'..... ".24131734: 12 S I .2T2 ...'.... _. I".l *J* la* 55! 4. .*.1. Transfers of 1.250.000 j A.M.4PM eW 7tA 45
R.I.A" UcrNSfD ijt fki. _54 214 24 11 5 2 1 24 1 ..24Mail. "1.1.. BflMm __ll lii* 27 SI 44 1 31 5 .271 ORLANDO __ UJJ 14* III 545" (3 .'17// I 1o SAS MlThe
TUalS _toe _SS 201 :31 iS 13 X <4< 17 I .:n ''''''.'. netnU 21 37 41* J" S I .%7e Ga.i.ortM. 2554 Sl 14.5 illS :35 KIT shares were the lareest since Jane Me. _
i AIRPMN $ )I. MeConBkk.B I T.1.).. ril _12 213: 34 $7 t 4 1:1 4 .:11. DajtoM _. "I"7* t .34 231 144 U ..titM 11. Oils rails steels motors mail .- '-0I.'I . -....
.. DIAL BaOADCAsUANG. 5 Rack. Chir.n _47 144 24 44 5 1 t 14 S .''* "- CbL _4 J 14' 14 44 32 I 1 I .!'I.r. INDIVIDUAL LEADERS orders and special issues were in --..---- -.. -
: Hop*. Bo lom _44 13 32 :34 41 414 5 .27 ..-. KetrMt 31 44 1.11 5 1 1 IS I .:*:' (.%50 er ..-. 2* *rare 4...., the forefront of the forward
535 ro WatrkM. (bI. _JM 213: 21 tl 13 4 1 14 I .!''4 Mitckell. ClerL .%S 4* T 14 S S 1 3 5 .27nnerr Player' a>4. Chik Ak R NHoar. Hr Pet
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S OOrac 43 II 2 17 4* 1. 3 H 2 ..2041alkn ..)*. V T. 1111 212 3* 13 11 5 24r 4 .!IIe Si. Aif. __ 41 13 17 5 5 .
Rkln _S)2$3$11t1 233 I ..23North .l.. PfcHa. 5.\-1U S* 47 131 :It 1 .:** Trier. Santad _ *2 13 27 S i* JT GRAIN RANCE
!: **. rbUa.AxHt .- Hork,3.T.k37: 11:1: 31 21 S 5.231Tn. : "Roomer. Dssrtw __ !*i II *: 5 II ..S2J CHICAGO "
"" .__ 57 14 34 32 U' T 2- 1 ..203Park. ... Work 42 23: 24 41 S 5 12* 5 ..233Ni.i ......u. L55.I.org _ 354 5* 1'\ S 121 JPOMH High Low ClottWHEAT '
; ... Clilrari 4J 1" 13 51 U :3 4 21 1 .23 ,. .*.\).. 51 I.... J* 43 1* S I 11 5 .214 TheatnM. .!.<... 141 21 SIJ 1 27 J23 -
fl7ias $1. r.Un.:1 14 4 17 C 1 t S I .?": Rib)-. X. T. 4* 11* 73: II S 11 I ..234Rtwrra. i ..*r. Itt. AMwtlM. __ 234 St TtRaaitin S S* .321 JvtT _un___ 217 4 2>>l. 218S SlSept.
ji Ntgrgen, CtiU 225331J3It S I .:13 rhlla. S% 17 S 17 11 I 7 .*34 >... Ie>.tieirf __ *2 22 M 4 1* ..21lIt. _____n_ 214. 218'* 214Dec. 218*a
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I It It It It, S t X 11 5 ..22Zicntara. Bryil. Orl.... _ 211 S4) IS 1 44 JOi Way ___uu 213'. 217'" 213. 2154Mdi
44 147 24 47 5 1 1 14 I .21 __ __ 215 215 218 M,
1. AMERICAN LEAGUE PITCHING r ri'iera." r>Uika S* T 1* I 8 J4 n 218'
WEERLy 4iBAmRlfs Lit*kilr. ttauam 3 144 14 24 22 3 14 : Weal. ParMB* ____ in *2 41Garriim. I yt ... coax-
1r.gIolStI..3: 01124 $1 lit :; (Fear 0514... ar Meral Orlaml... 241 SI 7 S 4. .302 July .nn_ ml 213 2O6*. 213
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= Cln. 54 illS II: 44 "I 1 17 S ..271RKMT. Kinder. ft. U 11. 7* T* 22 It S 1 SI ..013fehrlft. :: CameuUI ___ 133 24 3nnre. I 21: .%1:1: rATS----: I
!Ii X. Y .51333431141 I II 5 ..271Gordon. rhtlt.) I M 54 It 13: 3 3 31 ..7Jtiinnpl Pilatka .. _._ r 3e S3 73 I 41 .22 July n______ I01 i 1021 100 i 102'.
:V York S3 lal 17 4* 1* 1 I 22 I ..27tYiujbaa .. CS... 11 *2 44 S!t I. I I 11 ..714rkandlar. "....... H. A.-GrL IT4 43 *l 2 33 .,.* Sept. n_____ B8l! 90 88'. 549Dec. .
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KarvnkL. ft. L. 47 237: 34 13 11' I 41 2 .2MHallKan. Wynn.atn.' .111111143433 I 1 51 .113 j TimrorT. Patatka .. 147 31 4* 2. July __nnn.nnn--__- *snqaotr
Pitta. :31 4* t 13: It S I I .MS: Manklldon.ItHl .311 Zander Itartim .-__= 277 42 7* : 41 .;::11 Dec. u 'n- __n_ - 136'.
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ttraanbar*. Pflt$. S!t 194 M 51 IS 11 :i* I .2*4 I I.... 13 17 4* 11 17 3 S3 .12.1: Sanford" = Xt 11 23Thorpe. : : .:21 !
Blattnr. X. T. 33 M IS 2S S I 7 2 .:&* Jnhiwoa. Beta S* 27 It 13 14 33 .545 GaJnetrilU _ 31)* 94 *1 5 51 .25 i visit our new
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ki. Bkl. 4* 113 12' I 1 1:1 2 ..2X7Ckt. Remald N.T. 11 114 *7 :S* It II 3 IS .$U J.IIK,11 Orta.ee __ 244 S4 17Pawltrk. ; ;; :.275 I Slade-Booth Show Case Co.
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I .. Pllta. 11 41 41 7 11 I :i $ 2 .714 1..1.... Batn _..I* U 11:11:1 1 1 SI ..4VNevaa > 81. Aus. _. _. 2** :24 It 5 31 ...1
Kanwr. BiLl,. 11: il 44 M 14 S S Jll *. "'..... 13: 7* 133437 1 I S ..411HwiaM. TOWER
) Boro-j. CMcan 17 .* M 11 47 S 1 T I ..75.KrorI. w..... II If II 34 SI 1 lIS ..411Cnriauvkr. PITCHING LEADERS BOK
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rrtcll_ Oik _17 12 It 4* 33 2 11 .'. Harriet IlL .13 4* 1.:5 - 34 .133: I ;.;J .
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Hatttn. BklT. .14 II* 11 )1 4* 4 7 I ..344Hartwtf. tevheiu. lierL I 37 32 1* II 1 23 ..24Fannln. WATER SKI SHOWSDAILYIOi3O F
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\aiMterMK. 4.1*. 12 ** U 11t 1 1 I I .371 1 1905 '
4 Ot .,..'1r. rtl'l' 11 73: :' 27 J I 5 1 .So"" I AMERICAN. LEAGUE LEADERS.Bmdrea. I Bv/.Mos& t1f S4141f44E.
.:._ 21 :u 35 n JI . 1'11 .. CleretaiMt. lead katten sItS .a.>3.. ACM. Uj. ELECTRIC BOAT CIUISC
1"-. IS 7* 7S 17 14 I 2 I S .sn Will).... SwIMS. **! rana 11 and tied witkKeller. ewIl '" .
... ..13: 13 tet nil 1 1 .355 New York for aaoat koeaen silk 13: IMIllR4er. Orlando's PiomeerCONTRACTOKS 4 60 y LUNCHEONS SERVED 2a
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HUb. 3453.)'"'. 21 IM *S S> 14 4 47 ..417i baited 10, 44. Harder .lereland tone iuk- I N. MILLS St COUJNIALTOWN IE1: : l : .. rf'.lll1: 1 '
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GET YOURS NOWOur New York Maat mm 15 ana Sewor$. siButaUulu These fans have been used
ClnrinMtt Boaf nil. I* nd llhlaulbler. .
( M "LMU Our second ship of these mighty fine lit- *r. .New Twk. Beet nuai luned to 41 aarf tl-i as .
5115 Mnalal Hf I.la It* nwat triple tllk) .2, .
tie Portable Trav-Ler Midgets-are now ready Braaklrn aMat .t..... 1111.: ...tl.. C......." none used over 2 hours. ,
'- nitchan sits II-2-87.
% -for those who were ppointed-come in .. ... : ..,.-
Regular price $49.95. I 1h. '
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JULY 6. 1847 THE SUNDAY SENTINEL-STAR. ORLANDO. FLORIDA Page 11 I : _


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DeBerry Estate 1 -r.4 r '<;..r fr: fir: <:/ Market Forecast __

I By VIOLET DUNHAM.
r" tr !ce-utve 51 retory, Florida Association of Reoftonl 1

t Sold to Spiro : : REALTORS WHO HAVE worked long and anw4Jy it
< and others who must seek Jew teatal
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} accommodations,, appreciate much the new hniiih ..
T. A. .
MICE
lr :fLORIDA
"I1DA ; rent act of 1947 which will no doubt shift some houMC >II !JF
[Our CW Sr,'f Correspondent] { ..,.,. .
.,' held for sale into the rent market. Production ei ..
DELAND Highlight of real
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houses now will move faster as T
estate activity here during the r- ; i the supply of materials continuesto
west was the sale of a 1.600 acre <
Improve. The new labor bill it
portion of the DeBerry estate located Sanford Permits
Is thought will also be a factor In
near lAke Munroe to Fred- shorter time for completion. Thereare I
rtrk 1.. Bpiro. of Jamaica. N Y. Indications of a solid backlog
Included in the sale was the of demand for older houses with '
old DeDerry residence which Spiro selectivity still apparent. Plenty i
announced he would make into a ,:; h.< M, LLk1)L 1 of people are interested In them. Show Increase

clubhouse. Price of the transaction .,t"u The high cost of construction is
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was not disclosed ;. Y" 0.. '" -r- u supporting the used house market I (Special to The Suwfay SM.."" s..s..
Floyd A. MaiwcIL local real- well and demand will continueover
tar, .h. rerentlr sold his l.- a long period every one SANFORD-June bull Jar **
ttml In the MaiweII-NU lA'L seems to agree. Owners who are I mits for 1947 totaled MUM
acency U his partner Goodwin t holding at too high prices are which according to Ctty iiastli
M. (Ruck] XU...... announcedhe being shown sales made of com- was approximately 14JM Trrw
has opened an Independent parable properties and if they than for the tome period teM ytr.

,,slip office at his homo pendInr ..,. .r W .4 J really wish to sell are reasonably Among the permits issued fcy
"...trutU... of an office reducing their demand. Current Grady Duncan ctty bupeeUri
building on Woodland Blvd. market declines are nothing to be was one for .11.... U the U. S.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kruse of alarmed about. Department of Arr culture tits
Cleveland Ohio have purchasedchimney * an 800-foot extension to tote
cottage at DeLtonJprtncs HERBERT U Nelson. Execu- present Central Florida Experiment -
from Mr. and )Mrs Paul Vice -President of Station on Celery Are. as
Olddens. Th new owners plan to k x4 XARSB will urge equity to home well as remodel the attic of the -

more to DrLeon Springs Sept. 1. .._'-- .... +. .. xd owners in income tax treatment building.
A new cocktail lounge Is being TWO OF ORLANDO'S ROOF DWELLINGS: c. J. house where he end Mrs. MacNeiU! have lived for chilly on the hottest mornings." Both roof dwellers before the House Ways and The permit for tie pig *B

constructed at the Hotel DeSotoat the last 13 Mr. and Mrs. John V. Lott join in saying that they would not care to trade'i Means Committee on July 9. Whistle restaurant a... ...-.c.
DeLron Springs, according to MocNcill (Ilefti] superintendent of the Florida Bank years. I The committee will hold hearings completion by James BrtaK .._
Edwin Knief. owner of the tourist [fright] find their penthouse atop the two story R. G. their sky-scapes for a prosaic existence in an earth- on IL R. 317 to permit comer of Park Ave. aadAre. 0.-
faeUlty. Bldg., works on the flowers in front of his pent Coffman Co., Inc., "quiet, comfortable and almost bound house or apartment. depreciation deductions of home ., gave an eatteated wit It

Building permits Issued' here for :l- owners in filing income tax re- 13000.
the past six months total $247,450. FOR t lt turns. At present owners of Permits were alee leaned far two
according to. Building Inspector I EARTHBOUND LIFE HAS NO LURE SKY-DWELLERS Dairying IndustryIn r Breward Farmers tenant-occupied homes may $10.000 concrete block star-gMta
tam Waits Huh for pie period take; such: deductions. The committee bungalows, one for Mr. aM MIL
4 was April with $2000. A total of Fertilize Pastures has the big task of general Bill Tyre on MeUoavUe A**, In
Moves
144400 were granted in June. Suwannee overhaul of the tax system. the oak grove on the rite ewcrlatik-
Unusual Homes Please Ownersly I * Ing the airport near Qeae a Are,

: Ahead Agent Says Sell Leaf Plants I OF interest to Florida should be and the other for Mr., at M$.
HOT Your Auto ,
i the decision of the U. S. Supreme Donald R. Jones in Rosa QMK
I STEAM-GREASED ,.. FRANKLIN H. STEVENSON (building, raised 450 frying chickens ,(I Mrs. MacNeill says that even rSper-J: to: Tr s Sunday, Sent f'eLSrarJ' ] [fSpfr-ial:: to The Sunday Sent/J/ J-StClI I Court last week that all at the corner of TweaMeth .*.
Motor and bud F i '.x, T v *, jfkl.i.' <*<>rit, rjfrtSrorlOrlandoans one year and 650 another on {I'I I after 13 years she feels she is LIVE OAK-Suwannee County FORT LAUDERDALE Appli- tidelands belong to the U. S. Government and Sanford Ave. -
I the roof and still has few.hens The remainder of the e
I' steams cleaned and 7.50 living in unusua'residences lop **.a lucky to live atop the roof in her now has a well established dairy cation of fertilizer to pastures and out to the three-mile pceltlf
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i Issued ..
ta in were for roof > .-.
hare one thought in : .iifep us eggs. I limit. It may cloud title to bUllions or
lafcrtrated ronplete three room apd bath dwelling. Industry after several years of sale of bright leaf tobacco plants
he repairs.
t'Ommon-lht would not c* e to'I In Edition to the chickens f of dollars of property, seem
a t trade their way of life for the' has raised four bird dogs and one The only hitch she finds are work by farmers agricultural i have been highlights of agricultural to be an attack on State sovereignty -
,., AUTO SUN VISORS more prosaic existence in an ordinary -I English Bulldog in his home in the lightning storms, and when they workers, and business men. County work in Broward County i and Is said to affect not Orlando of
is." house sky. occur she "gets down off the roof only' the oil the Academy Music
or apartment. I Agent S. C. Kierce reported. I during recent weeks. County 'I properties along
CU''TOSr. hfKAT WAXINO A spot check showed among the The dogs spent a lot of time in a hurry." even though it has Agent B. E. Lawton I coasts of California, but fishing An Accredited School
Several hundred dairy calves reported
II." ANY CAREd more unusual residences: four pen- 'lookjcc over the edge of the roof" never to their knowledge been I I(I rights oyster beds and all those
LaeU TJuoee n- raw r houses and an apartment built Into he said, but they had sense ;struck.: and cows have been brought in Broward County dairymen sources of wealth and production Approved' for Gi Training
. a lively place of business. enough: not .to fall over It." Perhaps the most unusual livIng from Jacksonville during the and from Ten few applied 500 tons of 4-12-4 fertilizer I I which lie along our seacoasts. Real by Veterans Administration
nessee past
Mayo'sItl )Ir. and Mrs. John V. Lott : quarters in town is the years, and a new pasteurizing to permanent pastures,, 1 i I property has a definite stake in 539 Lake St. Phone JW
apartment of Mr. and Mrs. William this issue over land and its uses.
N. Main 8L Ph. 9712 I find their penthouse atop the Cancer Detection plant was established here re- following recommendations of I
two story R. G. C.ffman R. Kemp, built on what I
cently. the j
county agent.
Co.. Ine..ulet.. comfortable I' was originally a balcony In the Tavares Grove Sold
Farmers are now producing Farmers who tobacco
I and almost chilly on the hottest Service Offered Coliseum.It grew 1 [Soecial to The Sunday SentinelStarlTAVARF.SP ]
has three bedrooms and a enough milk to supply the plant plants for sale this year sold 37 Forecastof
Homes For SaleNew mornings. L Branan has
,. with from 50Q to 800 gallons a day. million
5K.[ it t- T5 .nday Sentinel-Star huge living room-running almost plants to growers in Flor-
sold a 10-acre between Ta-
Composed of six rooms and a DELAKD-Persons in Volusia the entire width of the building- Kierce also reported that Su ida and elsewhere in March and grove
2 bedroom concrete poch opening onto the the farmers 150 vares and Eustis to Mr. and Mrs.
roof. wannee are growing
County who fear they may have 'three baths kitchen and dining. April.
L. E. Geeslin Jr., for $15,000.
penthouse features considerable acres to 'sweet com for market The county agent also Business ProspectsA
block screen porch. cancer were urged yesterday by A window of the living room reported
I
fancy wrought iron work and fixtures I Dr. R. D. Higgins Volusia County I overlooks the floor of the building this season and that the crop will reorganization of the Broward
Corner Harvard & Westmoraland a tiled roof cathedral living health officer, to take advantage but the structure is so thoroughly be ready for shipment early next County Cattlemen's Assn.. withJ. Jas. Gamble Rogers II penetrating an**** of iRasleesr
for tile *
room. marble window sills and of the detection service month. D. Hawkins being elected prospect seat VMS*
on Bus line 1 cancer insulated that even though presi- I prepared by tile Sta...... TtMlinfll
block from shopping canter. effective insulation throughout.Mrs. now being offered in DeLand, ,more than 6 million people have dent of the group. Architects Engineers Department of one of Ute aothn
Lott. who has lived on the Daytona Beach and New Smyrna been entertained in the building Correction of Grass largest< Industrial CM*.a.BM me
Building Consultants of its tan* tena ssaRMOp
roof for 11 years and wouldn't Beach.A Lake Tract guidance
in the four Bought ,
PRICE years they have lived
$7.850 planning;
"trade her home for anything representative of the National' Outlined
there they have never heard any Yellowing [Special to The Sundcy Sentinel-Star POST OFFICE BUILDING Reprint of this 1BfwftI... ashlN
else recently sold out her interest Cancer 'Assn. has set up field offices -
1001O.L Loan $52.00 in the business but has retained at the local public health disturbing noise, according to [coe: d to The Sunday tinel-Storl, LADY LAKE-Howard & Fer- WINTER PARK FLA. available without slugs MM *..
I Kemp. TAVARES Yellowing of centi- guson.lne., have bought propertyin apt ot request. WrtU or
monthly payments the property.Mr. I centers in ea"h rf the three cities.
and Mrs. C. J. MacXeill. Anyone desiring to have questions Kemp reports that there are pede grass is caused by excessivesoil Tavares and Lady Lake from
Call for Inspection who have lived atop the Florida answered will be given forms to hundreds of reasons why having moisture,, insufficient acid in I W. F. Duggan for $10,000. Howard FiedlerARCHITECT .
Bank Bldg. for the last 13 years I fill out. and in the event the medical !your home in your place of busi- the soil the presence of plasteror I Douglas ALLEN C
ness is practical. For instance, it other alkaline materials in the GA1ELCONSTRUCTION find the view excellent haveno examination cannot be afforded i Smiths Buy Home .
. trouble the patient will be advised eliminates traveling back and soil and a deficiency of iron Coun- j
with noisy neighbors, {Spec 101 to The Sunday Sentinel-Starl J
CO. when a doctor will examine with- forth each day and. contrary to ty Agent R. E. Norris said.
find is cool and Lackorehas
apartment quiet LEESBURG Helen N.
i out in the I popular opinion you are able to The trouble often, be E. L. Kcndrlck
charge clinics. corrected
public may I Post Office Bldg.-Phone 191
comfortable and much like living - sold her house in Sunshine !
II III
t Fit.313 OR 4173 I Since the cancer field offices forget your business when you are he said by inspecting water Manager
I., I In the country. opened here a month ago approxi- not working he said.This pipes and faucets and making Park to Mr.and Mrs. Roger smith I WINTER PARK FLORIDA 511 Metealf: Bldg. Tel. 2-217
. As a matter of fact. MacNeiU. for $4.00O. _
19 RUTLAND BLDG. mately 25, people have reported. apartment is as complete- repairs if necessary; checking for
! .Ii who Is superintendent of the j The offices are open each week s i ly comfortable as could be de- acidity and applying necessary ma-
.. day except Saturday from 9 ajn. : sired. Kemp declared "and is the terials; removing plaster or other wi' I, )
; to .4:30: p.m. equivalent of a private home. Living I such material if found; and
i. If your Homes For Sale/ list it ,with I at your place of business is a' drenching affected areas with a 4 C1UllLl I'OSr toys I
Grove Brings $20,000 custom Europe, and I believe it solution of one teaspoonful of iron
[Spec of to The Sunday Sent-net-Star will become one in this country." I sulphate and two gallons of water. \ v i' : IQ
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ALLEN JOHNSON CLERMONT G. Anderson,
t I .
prominent citrus and ship- I'' "P h'p ,NNEI !
grower I III
( REALTOR per of Eustis. has sold his Cay- (81U
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I I WE WRITE-OUT RISKS!
wood Hills
grove near Clermontto
;l "Specializing; in Homes" Ernest C. Aulls for $ Oooo. 1 'I 11y II !,I I lot .l Policy When it we is Issue your you Guarantee a Title' :' 1 aA (1'8 11 11Famous
p against btl -naw hazards. Even
i 140 N. Orange AWL Phone 8612 Tax Sale Scheduled I I ill shrewdest Judges of realty values, i I
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I h l1W t'' lilt depend upon us to protect them
[ISoe' al to The Sunday Scnt'neT-Starl .j Mill U UI L front Title risks. Evidence of I
I't TAVARES Eight parcels of their investment shrewdness! Canyou I
; I afford to be less safely protected .
a property will be offered for sale ", secured? Ask us. freely. ,
j WE HAVE at public auction here Monday I .L- for complete details. i I
morning at 11 o'clock in a coun-
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wright has bought Daniel A. Pres- ,
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tr FRED W. DeMOTTE [ISpel 'I o The Surxfc* Senjvf-S' j '
to The Sundo Sentinel-Star] 5ANl'ORDd_ Jft Jtlcdan
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; i make our depositors BEACH-Proctor s. ttD .,r a, has taken the petition of -"D-

local control tendent of Fernald-I..u1. Mn w.-
i rent director
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i' grateful for the easy the following; information mortal Hospital temporartij! held

_. .. for several month by Mn. John
: to assure residents that '.M.. : /" .
parking near this I are still protected against :ff<,'t;;,.. .. .,' n : > L. Galloway. The hocptUl. to BOW
I! fully staffed.
. rent rates. Mica Jordan is a graduate of
t [ i' ,afi
his statement. after he St Vincent's Hoqttal mt Jack
that 'several land- .- sonville. She took bar
: pnt graduate
i had taken the new law as k T 'Id work at the New York Ortho
to hike rents. Snow 'pedic
Hospital and later becamesupervisor
that such action was not J s >\ I
;. ; 7 x. j4 ;: of none at alt Vin
: the law. ,. cent's Hospital. During the war
I
he act provides that rents
she of
was captain an Army
be increased much as b x. Tie.r.:
as
Nurse's Corps for two sad a bail
cent if such increase is

'I HTIZENS agreed to by both I years.Mrs.. Galloway left the hospital.

landlord .and tenant" he .June 30 with the vtrjr highest
a Oa ANDO I II' N I I commendations from ..... doc-
is by no means, an auto- ,
tors and
patient Meat modern
E II increase. In order to ob- II improvements were .tnanforatedand
: Member Federal Deposit the landlord must offer developed during her tenure
; : a valid written lease there.
: I at least until Dec. 31. The hospital has M

i Member Federal Reserve ,. i iI with rent not exceeding 15 I I duty, both white... M..misses.. Furniture on-
above the maximum rent
; I for the various BMsaorta]
I when the lease is Sign-
rooms is on order with [tae notices
added. having been reatvsd announcing -
E. Robinson at Court St. Ii said that copies of the shipment.
1 signed by both parties must I
in his office within 15
F signing. .rw
Legion Group
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SEMINOLE COUNTY 4-H GIRLS before they went to Grove- Minnie Metts. Second row: Ann Whittaker, lone Davis,

Corporatka's Swimming Course land for a week's camping. These girls won the right to at- Donna Witte, Barbara Eubanks Lois 'Muse, Dorris Thompson.Third Names NewCommittees

at Mrs. Ouida Wilson home demonstration
Daytona row: ogent,
I tend by completing two or three of their year's prcjects. Leftto
CONDENSED STATEMENT OF i to The Sunday Sent ne'-Star June McGill, Mrs. Carl Chorpening, who drove the bus to camp,
right, front row they are: Janet Show, Brennetta Largent,
BEACH Mayor Isabell) Le Fils, Florence McGill, Edna Nichols, Catherine
Florida Bank and Trust I* Padgett announced yes- Mary Lee Largent, Maude Ann Bevin, Jean Ann Geisler, end Cull em. [Soe-1'' 'o The Sv'&s, t.So.t
that a new course in swim- .
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-- COCOA New eonasdttees 1
WINTER PARK will be launched at the -
serve during the coating: yaw- were

June 30,1947RESOURCES it Pool will be starting a free tomor-course I Schultz, Judge, Mrs. J. B. WatkinsPlan Installation Auxiliary announced meeting at the monthly held at Lasted Lion

Hall Tuesday by Mrs. W. B. OttV
saving and water safety
: of the Lifeguard Haistings Revisit Sanford Officers boos newly elected. presldant.
Cash and Due from Banks $ who are licensed Red Cross to at Plans for activities. of the coming

U. S. Government Bonds conducting the course. Told By MAYME HODGKIN .University in North Carolina and social year hour were also discussed and
i Officiate enjoyed.
State and Bends of 80 person? will com- j t Nuptials I a
Municipal [Spe-10! to The Sunday Sen'nel-SfarJ then visited in Philadelphia with Committee chairmen are: Membership.
the first class with Pool '
Corporate Bonds Doc Young In charge. FSoe,al! to The Sunday Sent ne!.Star] I SANFORD Judge sand Mrs. her Miss daughter.Lettie Caldwell Dr. S. C.will Wight.return I [Soe--'at; to Tre Sunday Sentine -tarl Mrs. W. R. Wilder: public
welfare. Lucas child welfare.
COCOA -The marriage of Miss James B. Watkins of Atlanta.whoj tonight from Jacksonville where SANFORD Installation staff Lucy :
Mrs. W. J. Patton: COIII.nltysenice.
Nellie Haistings to Mr. Randolph i j been visiting here with Mrs. she has spent the Fourth holidayswith officers of Seminole Rebekah I Mrs. W. H. Bower: finance

Loans and Discounts George Schultz. was performed in Watkin's parents. Mr. and Mrs. her brother and sister-in- I Lodge No. 43 were appointed by i Mrs. Joe Martin Jr.: activities.
Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures I 1 R. C. Maxwell are spending two law Mr. and Mrs. Wideman Cald Mrs. E. P. Collins Pan-American.
j l/r.s Thomasville, Ga., June 3. it was I i Mrs. Fred Mjjers; of Sanford, dist- :
weeks at Daytona Beach. Before
Prepaid Insurance well.Mrs. Mrs. A. Cohen and Mrs. B. Cutter
trict of District
here last week. deputy president
.
learned returning to Atlanta they will revisit Claude Howard and Mrs. : rehabilitation and poppy sale.
file The former Miss Haistings will Sanford and Mrs. Maxwell May Dickens left Thursday to 110. last Tuesday and they officiated Mrs. J. V. Cain: publicity: Mrs.
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TOTAL ; be well remembered here where will accompany them back for a I spend July at New Smyrna Beach. I at the installation of Lucerne Murray Gay; musk Mrs. D. EC
she owned and operated the In- -Mrs. Joe Hockersmith Gaylordand Morton.
LIABILITIES I visit.Mr. Lodge No. 36 of Orlando Thursday
: Mill dian River Hotel. Rockledge. dur- and Mrs. Jack West haveas Mrs. Mary Virginia McAllis- Mrs. Maude Seawrtght was
rjj Capital Stock S I ingthe war years throwing the their guests the former's par- l ter and two children Mary Lynn night. elected to the post of historian
large facilities of the four-story ents. Mr. and Mrs. G.- West of and Jo Ann of Benton. Ark., are Mrs. Myers will Install officers Announcement was also Made that
:
'1 Surplus I hotel open to young couples with Jacksonville.Miss j visiting here with their brother of the Kissimmee Lodge No. 42 at Mrs. J. V. Cain former president.
r Undivided Profits small children who might other- Dorothy, Stevens of St. and sister-in.law, Mr. and Mrs. I Kissimmee July 15. represents the Cocoa Atoattwy on
a ; wise have had no living accommodations Petersburg has returned to her I W.1. Harvey. Local officers who win serve are the Post-War Pteaatag Board of
K. fc. Wolf during the housing short- home after visiting. her aunt. Miss Mrs. Kenneth McLeod and Mrs. i!Mrs. I. H. Rubow deputy marshal; this district.
DEPOSITS out of S who ask for a loan at Rebecca Stevens. ; H. H. Coleman left Thursday for I Mrs. B. B. Burnett deputy warden Mrs. O. B. Matthews and Mrs,
Reserves' .' my answer is "Yes. age.Mr.. Schultz acted as managerof Miss Fannie' Reba Munson and New York City. Mrs. McLeod will ; Mrs. Byron Squires, deputy Sam Seawright win be hostessesfor
Small wry folks monthly call payments me: the "Yes-Up the Indian River Hotel. her sister. Miss Zoe Munson left visit her husband who is recuperating secretary; Mrs. Charles Cole deputy the meeting next month. Mrs.
: mos. to repay on most loans. I The couple will make their future last week for California.W. .in a Navy hospital on Long II treasurer; Mrs. George Ewan., Pearl Adams department ascrwta-
TOTAL @ privacy. You can get $25 home in Thomasville. where H. -"Bobo" Mero, with the Island, and Mrs. Coleman will deputy chaplain: Mrs. Carl Chorpening. ry, Is to be Invited to attend the

;,. OFFICERS .on Signature alone furniture they are now operating a hotel. Nayy: at Pensacola spent the continue her trip to Maine. Mary Bolly.. past deputy noble grand inside: Mrs. September meeting sad speak on
@ or come into see me at the weekend holidays here with his Mrs. Jesse Moseley left Thursday guar- State Auxiliary activities.
W. R. Rosenf elt- _.... given below. If you phone I Io Holly Hill Garden Club parents. Sheriff and Mrs. P. A. for Columbia. S. C.. where dian; Mrs. J. F.McClelland deputy The Auxiliary is now sponsoring
... .. _. .. .. .._. __ can stop in to I outside guardian and Mrs. D. C.
H. W. Barnuxn -,. __ .. cash in sign and pick i i Mero of Silver Lake. He will return she will spend two weeks with her the local baby contest which ends
visit. I
P. E. Davis .......Vice President, Cashier one Given Plot of Land Howard deputy musician.
MOL thru Fri. !-S. to his post today. husband CoL Moseley.Mrs. July 11. proceeds from which will
E. M Baldwin..___......_....____ Evenings The new drill team will be Mrs.
Appointment Closed Sat. II [LSoe: o'' ,a Tre S,.neb, Se-' nel-Slarl Mr. and Mrs.. Cone Revels of Eleanor Kirk is In Day- go toward the Legion's Memorial
Brodie Williams. Mrs. E. L. Lund-
D. M McBride_.____, _
DAYTONA BEACH-Mayor .H. Jacksonville were the holiday tona Beach. quist, Mrs. W. R. Beecher. and Building Fund. Its members are
1 FINANCE CO I A. Eckert. of Holly Hill announced guests here of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mrs. John Williams and son. Mrs. Henry Jamison.Group also participating in the Legion
DIRECTORSP. Of Orlando ;1 i yesterday that a plot of land in Broome and both couples attended and Miss Sara Warren Easterbyleft local talent show being produced
R. C. Baker 24 South OranM "...n_ the new Holly Hill Park In frontof the Kissimmee rodeo Friday. Thursday for the former's on that date and final details of
t H. W. Barnum 'Stairway next to Federal City Hall has been given to the I Mr and Mrs. J. I*. Ingley and home in Washington. D. C. Attends that produetaoB' : were. mscussU at
Bakery)
Joshua C. chase garden club of that city. son James Ingley. and Miss Jackie Edwin Yarn left Monday for Tuesday's nil Him.
B. R. Coleman M aY.,....e._er..... I The plot of ground will be given I Brotchie enjoyed their holiday Camp Ridgecrest at Ridgecrest.N. A social musical hour, led by

)Mentor Federal Deposit lasuraace Y6 'R-t_ YIS'Orl.nclo. over to the growing of flowers as Friday at Daytona Beach. C.. where he will spend the next Baptist Meet Mrs. D. K. MdfrUm. fello. .sJ the
Flwirf Pnone 2-3144 I part of the beautification programof Mrs. Fred Wight has returnedto six weeks. meeting during which refreshments
the city, Eckert said. her home after several weeks Miss Catherine Clark arrived I {Spec''at:: to T-e Su"dov Sent nel-Starl wereAiken served.
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absence. She attended the gradu- home Thursday after visiting In
ation of her son Fred at Duke Atlanta. I NEW SMYRNA BEACH Approximately Home Deluged
17 persons of the First By

Baptist Church. Thursday night Visitors Phone Calls
attended a group meeting of the ,
\'"\ [\ I Margaret Ledford Annie Lou Baptist Training Union of the lpeca L '' *o T"e" SJTKJOV $*'"..' c'-r'

amt'. Baptist Seminole Assn. at Sanford. SANFORD The hook of Dick
r en Mtask Rev. J. Alvin Inman. Mrs. K. H. Aiken. who won the Arttetr God
& M d I Visit Mrs.] H. G. McAllisterBy I Causey and Mrs. Charles Groover frey radio contest in Mew York.

30' on le: C'\ hjuchto accompanied the group on the was deluged' with vMtcn and
phone call
u EDITH VOSS children,of West Palm Beach were I I to congratulate Mrs
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.1.tog SO 10YYt.Evef1ody.s .0 I [pe-fT' to The Sunday Sentmel-Storl] !I guests recently of Mr. and Mrs. I I trip.The annual Yacht Club Fourth Aiken Friday night and ycMcntey,
beag' . As a result of winning Use contest -
'tt.O tal\\ou'" COCOA-Misses Annie Lou and I iof July Eve dance Thursday night
!I
AtN J. H. Clendinen and Mr. and Mrs. Aiken will .
... ... Q 4 01 the Margaret Ledford of Augusta.Ga. I was attended by more than 150 appHUem the
our car "NV _,.. Lester Kershaw. i ii and Chesterfield program for a week
or S83S1 .. are spending the week here i members and guests, was one
mi have or" to $1.5 Jo\' as guests of Mrs. H. G. McAllister. I I i Mr. and Mrs. John Jowder and of the most successful ever givenby be given audition by Bob White-
t Mia .ttist!' Sa uP INeerie M1A Mr. Perry Nicholls and son. '! Howard Anstett of Spring City. the club Cmdr. F. W. Peck man managing director of the
i D sire COVERS es OM Johnny of Miami have been the' Pa., have been the guests of Mr. aid. Dancing music was playedby Paramount Theater and MontyProseer z

OFFER -SEAT js MACK R \ liar onC guests here of Mrs. Nicholls par- I I and Mrs. Charles Walley here on the nine-piece orchestra of the of the Copcten nigh
OHNH IE FOR fU\\\ t\ote\ tloO'adonH stir : ents. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hill. their first visit to Florida. "Honeydrippers" of Tampa. club and an interview. by Arthur
B\\\ ,1N Ha i I Heider and of the Fourth of July house Miller talent director for RKO
t be Youc 1UtlOY' ; Mrs. S. Harriett Montague of i I Mr and Mrs. F. J. I One
1a BE pA1D -r..c.t\t.O, . at rbeauthl\O S gMeNGS d ',Los Angeles has been the housepuest Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ingram of parties at the beach was plannedby pictures
\LL A, or ESDA beIng ren : here of Mr. and Mrs. F. M '' Mr. and Mrs. H. Stoutenbergof
FOR JULY ONLY NO .S"ftl\ i t C pal WEDN far is ; Sawyer but has now returned to ex-tended Orlando for their daughter. The Finest To Be Had

Pecs ons\ '. 01'1\ any wh ale your ,, 'her home there. I Pacific Coast. Joan. Young people from Orlandd AUTO PAINTING
Of two. ieaeH.-naJoW; J Judy Avery. of Daytona Beach I Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Williams of and New Smyrna Beach were I
tAat'l'G' urh' w1 is vacationing with her grand- Sharpes have gone to New York I I guests. woe oat NEW cAn t.eerSAM

t-AOtl f'. ask. f/'fl d : parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sea- and New Jersey. Kiwanis Club Thursday night I JONESPAINT
Jo"l\I\e v ., ,V : wright. of Merritt Island. } Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ritter also witnessed a 30 minute exhibition AND BOOT SfMT
FACTS at v. \j (\ \1 I Mrs. R. S. Thompson of Daytona of Sharpes have gone for the : of magic tricks put on by W. J. S.W. Cor. GartaM Pose Mtt a4 i.......

() t:) I Beach visited her brother Summer to Fremont. Ohio. I Beach local magician. His program -
TELL THE STORY % -\ 'Robert DeWitt .and Mrs. DeWitt [ Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bennett and planned by Rev. John S.
((5fi) recently i i son Harry Jr. are vacationing In l Armfield. consisted of hypnotism,

J&M Ie tae.... f. 4.ality w.rkseaas1i C'\I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sutor and North Carolina.Mr. I rope tying card and disappearing
e "
. hue seateriah . ,.,w. g.r.tsa and Mrs. J. A': Whittingtonare I tricks. DEALERSWANTED
In Hendersonville N. C.. for I I I --
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g Q 3 Miss Brooke the Summer months. II 72
Pr.d.ctiea. .ff d.acv ........ CAR PAINTING Miss Anne Bache. daughtor of I Scouts of Troop

JfrM !. chirp less (\ the Rev. and Mrs. H. F. Bache I Attend Camp at Ocala
\J: 3 Coats finest quality paint Leaves Osteen is in Avon Park for two weeks
J.M pug., .... yes r !y h. C\ where she is serving as a counselorat ![Spec'al to The Sunday ntinel-Star] . To sell best prkeJ
(" tax** CM Pai..",i,i $*S ..*. 100 Color to chose front conducted by NEW SMYRNA BEACH-The ,
St. Camp
Mary's
C\ 01 The Sentinel-Star]
rSper to Sunday
Tfc diH.reecesalsas 7%.
$100. scouts of Troop
wh.e.t $50
OSTEEN Mr. and Mrs. Joe the Episcopal Diocese for children.Mr. seven boy prefabricated buftaHftfS M
w.s 91U'''. leave f. new 'Fr*. Bottte Matching, Masters and-family and Mrs. Elliott and Mrs. C. Frank John- attending a two-week session at

: l' T..h.., Paint entertained Mr. and Mrs. E. ston and daughter Doris are vacationing Camp Lake Doe near Ocala are market today.
n-t
s. Fly I Edwards;Jim-
re Pell at Burt's Park. In Albany and Atlanta. Frank: and Richard

:::; -. IS-Months Guarantee $25v Miss Margaret Brooke left l. Mr.. and Mrs. O. P. Kearns. of I Johnny mie and Jack Yelvington Curry ,George and Stuck.Billy
in Huntington
e Wednesday for St. Petersburg Rockledge are now Consfrecffefl
TOPS r where she will go into nurse's W. Va.. for the Summer months. I Morgan.W. Qualify
CAR '
: to Montana and H. Roper, master of the
training at Mound Park Hospital. i> following a trip
Guests at the Piety home for a !i Washington and other Western troop and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. l
FiMs. Sp.rt Top Mad : of Billy Morgan
0 lawn party Friday were, Mr. and Morgan parents IMMEDIATE DELIVERY .
GeiN R.bbu.. -Fillsd FabrU 't Mrs. Harold Briley. Bobby. Billy I spots.The golden wedding anniversary visited the boys Wednesday.

Fitt 4 by liem and Sheila Briley. Mr. and Mrs.S. ,[ of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Field Scouts registered to go to Lake i
Gu.ara.teed. 12 Months Caponis and Nulia Caponis. Mr. well-known pioneer citizens of Cocoa Doe today are Joe Holland. Joe j sOnly
and Mrs. J. S. Haselden and Linda I! was observed last Sunday Hardy. Peat Wofford. -Arthur thatt able to p..

Haselden. Mr. and Mrs. B. Ford with a score of friends and rela- Kinder, and Wendell Phillips. chase in carload late....
$50 Coupes and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Williamsonof tives calling in the afternoon to
,.%, Daytona Beach. I pay their respects to the couple. Man Admits BreakingInto apply.

Mrs. Mattie Pell,and grandsons.
t: Harold Pell and Ronald Veino. t Hit-Run Driver Case Five Buildings
} SEAT COVERS : I spent the day at the beach recently. I [Soeoai, to n-e\ Sundcv S ntir-i' S'arl] Exclusive FrCJMllhe a

I Reported at Daytona DAYTONA BEACH-A man
Z VW, ,to Ott E Cry Sedans $25 Coupes.$1 15 Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Faster and i [Seem 'o The Sunday S* ne'-Star' } ported to have come here re..I
Joti family left Thursday for Clarksville New York was picked up Phone fer pen* at Uit f>4 tw
aria. b tlt tt -- Custom-Tailored Ga. DAYTONA BEACH-Herbert Palmetto C. night by local police and later I between 8 and It AJW. T'...-
ARR Mae Greenwood. 66. 440 South -
z an A farewell party for Miss Mar- affidavit that he had
signed an
of in Halifax Hospital day July Mb. Watt r Oak.
C Taesd Widest Variety was .
R00 Nf garette Brooke was given Mondayby broken into at least five business j i.
M f Patterns and ColorsJohnnie&Mack the Baptist Training Union :I following injuries sustained when here. I Trade Winds tf.4 4. PM

Foe fran5 iroy r td flySr20ay, Mh a"y w e class of which she was leader. Attending I he was struck by a hit and run places The man, Elmer Harry Walton I Lauderdale er write' ate art.
I driver in front of the office
Portafio n r Da'ae) afei Pt E amr. Fiern. . ? I were the Misses Kath- yesterday. post was committed to the county jail I i Lumber F.I riN..... P H
lene Crissey and Pat Taylor of En- on the charges to which was add |I
Greenwood had his Payne. Alabama
een RESE ,, parked car i iI
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N o ht R VF ., :. I terprise. Alice Williams. Frances by-standers told police who Inves- eo grand larceny. records in the
i I Clark. Ruth Carroll. Bobby Hirt. I: tigated and was walking across sheriff's office showed. t

"'e Er Ata; c c Glen kinson Lee.and Dan Albert.Brooke Ray Jan and Har-Jen- I the street when a truck passed i
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; another car that had slowed downto
I I
old PelL f allow Greenwood to pass, and OMae 0. PareYlnMw /
/ C. C. Giblin returned from hit the injured man. L frN
I Huntington. W. Va.. where he vial 'I The driver failed to stop and 1.. RfMee ODst
/ 'l! Ited his: sister Mrs. Lee GuHes.I I' sped away northward on Beach >t tilers_0 ga.r
WW% I Mr. and Mrs. Glen Tyler and I St. The truck had no lights witnesses -

..... i'I grandsons left Thursday for Tiger, told police.
Ga.. to spend the Summer. f

OH** applies .sly t. Mnos GYM. withU. SO'" ra/.__ i-woito-j UUSEST- nurs A ACT-.: Mr.! and Mrs. R. W. McCullough I More than one million tests
.I city to hkh/ this a4rrtt *m... appeared. ..., and daughter. Mrs. A. Haught. have been given by the Board of : 1 :
74 N. L 20t1a Str.et Miami ,spent the past week at Miami. University of Examiners of the :
Patsy Haught is visiting her 'I' University of Florida during 10 I I ..,", !!I.JI
grandmother In Sanford years of existence.


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Jounlall Jornllnrl.&tar 1C. Travel InformationAIR 19. Services Offered 19. Services Offered 33. Articles for Sal 23. Articles fur Sale Articles for Sale I U. Articles for $afr __- ..


1 ORLANDO. LonmA5W&.JULY6.1HT REStRVATIONB, sad tkkU all FORNITURX laJ sad recOTered. VENETIAN BLINDS-Mad. Ilk* new. BOAT- -Sash made ef whit sin*. I FLOOR FTJRNAC*-Celeman: city ar 133. CABINETS free M.SO to RADIOS. PROOO. . lip/ .
Iag.13Classified line auanUaad and Travel .IUI." like sew Lowest Irc. Best "nk. Cell h p. IrHu. lawn chair cabinet A fuel ta: .. 8ulld.,. P. A. Hudln. 19. Look our over. Smith Lam- 11. MOdsi ... . -.-
M B Flu* Btreet. Fhooe 1301.HAVIcbaAA3u piece Ru Methods pleas. Rue Adam P1 8$919 . "Orlando .o work. Orlando 513 Vlrtlnl Dr. : Co. N. Or n.e and R.11re.tI. : B. / Sorrta aHaSHav MfJtBooao .
,,_ Mattress 1133 W. Church; 2.2313.rvNI.rURz . Sunday 1500 W.
tour* C. 1. l\t aM .1_ m. > BB\.
WI, GASOLINE ENGINES sad power : W ,_ .,
METAL THRESHOtD-Metal trim lavarioo
Laater Travel Service. 30 else REPAIRED and nta WAHO REPAIRED, .BED- unIts for aerlcultural sod Indatril *- pattern. Smrtht Lumber RADIOS aad Pods r.o.- .
.,. Fboa. aXl. JC I t -CroMor
thd Ilk* D... Cabinet serrtces and 11' 1 RINO Ladles' % carat tnOon. Florida. PIP Ac Co. N. Orn. sad Rel1TlI4.f I typo sad tab** Also ..
HOU.ro.TUia.1.1.\. 12. order. TlndaQ .nw. Co. 3333 R.Oraose. Ilk up senric Cldwell and Har-Jl slntle .CII.. unredeemed. 819S. Diamond I Supply Co. 63O W. Ch rth: 1111.l table. Boner Bar* ** lei YoI -.
I will ISIS a or > . *. FDOM Call 858. 2213 ZdtewkUr Dr. Collet P.rt1872. ., 8100 values. special $35 50. l GRINDER-One H.P., 9 Phase Walker OIL COOK RANGE.-Bttflt-la an Charcb.R. * -
Ml.. For .'.,.UI. :- BAT '* Jewelry Exchante. 65 W. Turner perfect condition. Extra with beat Indicator. H. H. FarrUhKrd I
FLOOR SANDINO AND FINISHEtQPrompt ,. f .*r*. 220 A. Oranc Phone : STA1AWAY-0S Poe I _ _
HAVANA aaa Ms..salp b.st orplB4. wheel* Phone .te week day :
equipment WASHING t cedIng ', 1t -
:
Sentinel-Star CaU OriBBd TTBT*! Berrle, : ponahl &? Mon. zblih SetTles O MC. REA. .1 lb. *. FOUNTAIN-KeWnstor.utomatte OARAGE DOOR OPENER ..ABtomattc. 21M1.Oil. thee Price 666)apraaaf sU -. A. ,
III E. CeatraU dial JK)4.) 1935. Sk workmen: I nar.atele A Wlnln X. Fine. thermostat. Bun, Hard You open and doe your tares CAN-2 sad I tallon complete
Want-Ad Rat. DU.MAI'OUIIu.. Ca. taka Mad.d t.are Steven Floor au x.IY .. .hon. 1247. I .. loa W. Church. doors without ever tovchlnt wIll .pO.. KM Store Co. ME
'11'.. *114. McC' $.pbou% t.ea. Pbol 6583. I BAT them See display at our yard. Pine Phone 23163. I
.. lie '407. FURNITURE REBUILT-and 1, WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIR department. .ae TRAIN_ .-Complete. Jf_. Smith Lumber Co.. N. Oraat sodRaUrosd. I OVENS for oU (tore. Stock Include 1
poo 1pbo .
Pickup end
81850 Telt
phone 2-0218. .
dlnnr $ two-burner type. Bomb '
RIDE RCaERVATIOM auus.-a.lI stered. 2 865 up; price. 1 I IJ ;I oa and SAIL BOA' U ..
he .. Trvl .... 30 E.H Fin* holstering pe. 2303 E. Wsihlnjton .n. at R..aaDI. Pharmacy.Alth' E. Fine I \ 3V.x3iFederal GARDEN TRACTOR With lawnmower B rdw.re. 102 W. Chareh. .al* By

.. Me . Street. FBoa 301.. St. Pb. 3-4313. .._ 8 M"le. Orante Phone 2-3186. 11 J lens 835. 26972. 1123 W. { attachment. 3 h.p.. BristBtrattoai *- i I PAINT DuPonf* auUld whit. 84JO. __ .__ -2 ,
P--v .. FLOOR Spociails I a roll. e*. | atotor. Plow disc culU.* .- 8560. Porch paint la all popular Saturday aad aftfcwaa* atwater
17. Hauling and Moving SADUoriID. WELL DROXINO-We .o.l1 la.}eylrl* I REFRIGERATOR and harrow attachmeau 117$. Call colon. Utlll'y spar Vsrnlsh. 83.50 Dr. ___
3 Cwaseewtreo Dan IS* to* S day yr*. P.Ds..al 'Cllpm 2. smell diameter deep .ei. /." e BABY ; See at 610 West-Grand A-l i' 2-O375 after p .m. Sunday. Or 2- per tsUon. Penetratlnt floor sea).
1 Caaoerwtlva Dart IM has a das bu lID VAN LINES. I.C.-1f.'IaD' W.rk .on.a..u..nt. ."oera . and 3" C.. install puml di.. 3112 orond.7.OARBAOE __ I 85 50 per sUon. Bumby Hardware.
SCowtM a..a*. Wed I HBO larteit ...n of fcmeboM .10418. serrlc C. R. Biirke,7551.rIoiiicDu4o Pop on FHA plan. CU or writ . BylTla CANS. bred boxe canister -' 102 W. Chu.h.'P1JWP8. .
*e.iia..al .o..e of .t*.| Beta* French. Phone 6. STOV&-Autom.ue. '
C'U FMellty Stant* wr6ouC : 8peclsllred Ln..o. F. t MillerPaint f aeu to match. H. H. ParrishPsrdemre. electric deep and shallow
JOe Ba Shop. 145
1 iMM Casisareo laoecuoaa Dare 80 Mao Mt S 41 ... for free ..*. .a your toa All AI.rc.PhIDl. Fin WELL. DROINO-W. are BIC.*alien A.... Winter Park W 220 8. Ora... Phone i well. Easy payment nothing does saw 1fILIo-bM. "

f Coa**.wuv* Dny lOa i* a 41 ....* **ovla*. 54-41 W, jckoa I1 the most dur bil finish knosa I to drill shallow and deep ..1.M.IP new TRIC FANS 6-lach. 2-1841. ,i and a* little a* 85 Per month. BeU Alt ****. Filial oMaam -t
IMks a .. 5'. Flvone J-JIM. SIlence t... Modem dustless size up t S inch. No.water 10 py. especl. Co., 141 OrIan.Oj OASOUNK IRONS.- Colemaa." Also !I Irony Well Drilling As Pump Supply. tea co. 41** MiFjimi .
i5i1DW.gy aOV1C&-Ucl' equipment. .u.r.ate'. Licensed -, Nothing .36 month pyBeimany terms. and electric aatomatle iron. H. H. Winter Garden Rd.. _1 mile seat ofI Lowl. M*.
AS Waal-Ad* tart ta tM OrtaaoVtarat atovlac and .... Prompt *er** bonded. Prompt lerrlee Bau [ c end t Pump Soles. Pcrrish Hardware 230 .. Orante. I! Qrlo_Vint. Orlando; phone ''. 8PTtnrKXJBM far fla . 11

e: 8)ati)th *S.U..l*. .4 are*Bd prtaio TbjOr leg and ressBbl rte Pb. 9340. Floor Surfaclni_Co. ph. 31370.FLOOa ._ I Supply Rout DID'. QardenRosd.Orlindo. BOAT- ." IRON3.--''. &-. -Proc I Phone 2-1841. 1' PIANOS More than a million Ktm- on*. Florida Fia. A Sapr r'.a. ,', _ _ _
M1I TJniTr
IB
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CO. SANDINOFinishin. cleaniBt. Ph. 7087.7. travel i iO I ball Instrument ma TRANSIT 15
I*BOO e*at t*o OBBM oato.Tho aLso MAYFLOWER P. *. Johnson Electric Co.. 23 OAS 8TOV&-Follr burner and oven t < "nSlUUIU :
Loat ."t.II.ta... CaU Jala I waxlDC. ExelaslTO snt for iFlorCo | WASHING MACHINE fast Lj j ** water beater. New 1500 Watt during the past 90 year Insure you OOUO =NeV ..,
Wt.V4 Depart***** to aw*'* er Vaa .. .Stora aerrto* for fre Sal.wll.urante-per-I Msrtat REAA dltlon. Ph. 5186 AC-DC Kehlcr lltht plant fully aatomatic. -I 1 the maximum of ".111. end quality. 645. _S -P51w._ ,. moor 54
lie* aM .. to S .. 4111. Mtla*ua alao local movtn. .4Ira... feet who desire I' m.t.. Theater. Black LIGHT PLANT-2300 watt. 1946 ETlnrude S H P. kicker. See Uiller 145 Fairbanks. AT*.. WlaI A
0 next to Colony
Mad** t, I M U *. parklat. eratint and taippiaa. 1400 Quality LaSting K..t I B.n. Park 93. VOlt, 60 cycle A.C. Brlcts Strat-I I used about four hour Harold M. I I ter ParkPRtSSURE. eCWINO agcilP :;;" .
twadBBO tM wa4y hIS? .. 8 DlTlsioai pa. ,... free. Orlando Floor CA I I Wintr la Also S h-p. 110. sIngle I I Brltt. phone 202. Winter Garden. COOKIR. Presto: for baflt. t*.>aate.d .., POrt. ,

da* a***. fi'biLiYiAY Sme. phoa Established sine 192S. 1809 M. tamE NEW MANAGEMENT-Hen- electric motor 2:0:1'2: I| GASOLINE RANOE-Lane -&. f 7 canniaf 5-.,.. dinette suIte: S- able end c_.. Al .. ..-114- ..

6llrIlHrS arc lSqU*SI 4 U MUtTS 7673. ttthl _.,. and baulint.eery .n** AT*. phone 7836 Work; expert weldlnt: BOTTOM W. Floe St._ _ _ _ 4-burner. ..e.. 2 drawer $63.Beaver. piece brekfat *et*. drop leaf table: STOVaV- .- .tIu..e: S '" ..
White.
IBUaewlalOir *4 B ytaatr .UI 1$ load Insared ,.as.salt. rat**. HOME SERVICE GDea repair blecksmlthlnt. and ornamental Iron MOTORS .New lie H.P Walker' Corner. Lake A pop- > Economy Furniture. 332 W. Church; oven: tails too ae-.. .is.< -
ad* ss Iii awmuaeWeta will T13 Floral Or.nnP New construction. screens work. 231 8. Huthey. phone with pulley; 623 each Ir.. i '31'. S It. Caa be eeen Fndar Ie. ...

M eiMBBBMa tot MI* oa* am- RD y Js STORAGE CO.- ..ceulklBi. ..n.. Lirensed and at Horn 'Machinery Co. 430 I GARAGE DOOR OPENERAutom.tic. I of ar Sho 8ady. oat Becker S. I m ... ... .
9533. 22. Articles for Rent and Robinson oo OraBo t
S.flf nteL CaVfcaMto toad or putt buds> t.ClUe. IlldM. Pon. You can open and close your : PLUMBING 1tTPPLIU.4 Ti0BOOND
*... C1vlaad Sad ... trC HOWE CLEANED and repaired Ja.tes WATER SYSTEM Com.. door without .,.r touchln then 1 lath ilTaalied pipe with flz -
1'.. Can lists Tear ty Jail FMM A2S fo fro 'ld out. Licensed and FLOOR SAWDER and eater: also cabinet Had. .; cheap. 3561 8. Mill .t.. Be* our yard .iaP,*,. Bmyth Lumber tare Soil PIPe and flttiBM. Rrpr SIB11M wiiidi 't sr. j I

iYaatAd by Telephoae ."..?.. ISJ_ $ UsIa.O.s_ ed . phone '-203. sander' and for pollther.Wyckoff 2-1'4. I .. Co. N. Orange and Railroad. plumblne Co.. 1137 8. Orlaoda. AT*. fler and two l3 .5440,5 .( -
Hdw.. 2524 !. 3-2621. BRIDAL Winter Fark. phone 4>*-M. rooard cboaeerflee. Nsraa 0 Men v l. I
..mrt'r.tI. VACUUM CLEANER fterr- MOTOR _ _
z.-.1 73 OAS RAliO&-"Or.ncl.
NOLLENIt HOVER HJ. 3 whit por 27 W. Chorch.
mond
Dial 4161It. "tar***, .,. .aaekla AIM 11mb" )Hsrdwar Co. 102 w. FLOOR SANDER-Xdcer and polish ... 220 volt; complete with celaln finish. Standard Hie n.w !
5s51 lor Detcberl 1.505 Dttao* Church 6104. All new. Arnold Paint Store. wld1D. I Farm and Rom Machinery .Uble at Bumby Hardware. 162 BOUND SYr.-L.s -,.

...... MA Mat._Bt Dial... HUOHET8 HOME REPAIRS-From 8. Orante. 3-3786. 536 W. I 430 W. Ro "non. ___ i W. Church. ExccatoB trat* *the Z.ter.con 5usd ac. 1 _ _ _

Bakf Rlltr.-ChCdOf CaN iZii'"ca "OV All front to bck. from rof t.eUa FLOOR SANDERS-New American I WATER HEATERS 30 HOUSEHOLD GOODS Motors, electrical -I PLUMBING SUPPLIES flee .rflete_. IP
55451. "Uk.lll' ertlB total nav- Including beatlnc . *. 8" new edser. Reasonable rate. nd 40Uon; alao ta 30-lloa I appliances; most anything Bout Co. AT*** _ _
'AI' !1U". se ...!. ... .".* Mvlit* A. *t.rass Co.II AU wOTl5Ur5flleed.Cu11 5026BOUSES C. R. Burke. 1805 8. Bumby. 7851._ Smith heater Bumby Hardware, 102 used. 120.' H. Orlando AT*. Just I I "". %". !**. tstvsnltefl pip bold 300 NTTPIWRl'I _pc. 15055 bt _

ror .aio Biauoi ,*.a-. ... I* w. Colaaibl rbSi.S154.brrT WASHED with team. FLOOR. SANDERS-Two; new. Two 1 Church. of Maitltnd CaderpMi. 866-J. Wint.tYWooD I with fixtures only). TUets btthtuot. ES. . w..JI _
fNILDKEM BOAROID-er-ftii VANI.tarOlB. ,. 11. Y. Harmlea to paint and n.ea Slurs .and iwo polisher for rent 1.lro.d. FANS-Jat receiTed .ship Park. ._ ISTStertes. sink AU eompl..l"'rlm..e. I1JO.stock: 51.54514. .5.4 J ", IIJ.
Harper Plumbing Co. OteJ 1110O SuIt A. DIal 53"
Swot a. .... tel &." 4K..*. *.. Retora toad rodorodaS.7 Steam .Bouse Washing C .t ..n.DI rates. Smith LumberCo. 1' Bee oar stock and compare. BED. box sprints 1137 S. Orlando Ava. Winter Park. '
9-044 I DBltedT 2 43 W. Mill t1JiI... 3-3625. .. Or.la._and Railroad. 3 .. Lumber Co.. M. Orange and mattress and leg,. Good condition: I Phon 498-U. TABLC-Or** leaf eaaake a'-'
I I IBOATS.
:1 thLA.1AQEDLAbY r chtt- V: N. Y.wAiTibi.a. Ctrrlo BOUSES WASHEb Screen* and TYPEWRITERS For day or . S4O. 413 8. ... .p, 4. from 620. House aho 51.1.5. u.n 1/.
-Car RDtD. I 143O: H. drown lTMTYPEWRmn.
or -
10 .1Id 12. 51040... Look Ilk. paint Job month. OK Ice FAJiS 8 to2pm.
Jaly CTcral type at I IHJATEMOn
area M a. kMM. S *SB. t* S B EZcan. boards I c.r ;:
Urove Pru Drt**. rl toad. Orlaado toFatia'cityV r. estimate: work 'lat4 Smith-Corona a.et 320 KI new 4 Dcpt.. Bumbr Hardware. buratni. All (ice*. r POOL ROOM EQUIPMENT Two Moral partab - fit
AU d.1.lrS toad A.'r7. 6326. 88SO. W. Church. I From 675 OB. Orlando Appliance type fiaa Madltiam. Vt '
8185 table . For complete detail
HmsJ Natter Mrt load ootveeo July 12 sad 14froat LOTS CLAK- Prompt scrrlc TYPEWRITER RENTALS Special &2>i h.p. Co 210 N Or au AT.. PIous 453T. contact C. I Strwaider. Ably SM. 23 M. ftiBMtmia.
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I Ft. Mrs to Orlaada ar polat .U.t. any time. 116 Irrtn. month and quarterly Check Ll.*. a a.m until Pool Roam. Apopka. Fla. TEA BET Flak ataflarwlblre rfc I
ry 8ao twedia .Bny.Mela ta "." Can Fidelity Slrc* Ac 2-U4. h Newton. Stuart. 13 nt. .. Dr. phone .II'.II..or..1 HOIST-a aooBtf. a hand operated rare: other **d taMaa aa>4 ctr*
Airvic .... Co. J3U4.It. I. M PUMPS-Band lore, bra** .,l1l1der.f. ils 1
Taoa S p.. n.r.- 330 MATES RENOVATED end n- phone 8158. STOVE inches complete with cable **", ._. for 'h'Uow well 0 chlUrea toy*. UM B. OMt
Mm 6 pas 44S W CTMseckam.. .re bright color-fast Uck- TOOL AEA BERVICB Faint 2-8701. new. a boom rail and lower and can MwlTId. Cebooa Machinery Co. 13S Wt Blossom TrailTYFSWRmK.
11 lt r Cherry. Oftleo afcoa* 700 . Bfrrices Offered tnt*. first best of work- .pr.r ".; bench-ssws; BABY ::: and 3 burner 8150. I Holme IllS Holler CUerroleb South Street.PIANOB..Wlnt.r. 5-u.u1.esM.

iIl&J slr pUlI' m'Dhp. Russ ..* Co. 1122 W. cover .1. equipment tll.n. I 28th. St.. after 2pm. I 113 W CeatraL Co.. new tplneU 14-ln. carrtace. 3 pears oa Sal
AOTICl TO 3-J213.
eIIIdPU' .,\. Disi I-IIOZ. I Mill.tr Chulh and 'misc. YOUII,'. Tool 100 new. 675. S12 Chnatav Fftko
..ttoM. 504 MI. lisa t Ret REFRIGERATOR Cold .P'RUZER8--ltlll.lJlator. ("'. bench Jncluded. Term If d-
1ibTa ... ..M..... MRORS REIVE mad to I W. Wsshlotton. .44 \. New unit sad outside fiaiah. I HOME now lred. Joseph Bails.. 736 Magnolia TYPBWRITHt-.Ran** Tlonts
.1.... OrIsrdo Phone 975*. aUble *t Bumby H.,.*.. KelTtnater ATe. Ph. 2-2090. condtttoBi 626, Call ves1is05
,.. *w. apvlca sad _ _ _
-POIttl-h.1, AUJa CHALMZJ\A __ ..Mirror Wk.; 5249. 33. Articles for Sale .tlu.. Department. 102 W. Church 467.
c.bS Ae* .rut .c M( Sad plait unitS RANGES Apartment PUMPS-For lbs farm ar ham BUr
A. 'tat.- P., Sad 5. Mscbln.rV Coi 40 OFFICE MCE kA: .Wwm 3-ectlon and full tlxed. For Immediate HOT WATER HEATER electric electric I and little new sod Mcd. Set our TILL your bath aM bum'
Service C and
tf'aarta** tMaa. th* brntifals3 i W Kobleisoa: phoa 2-21IJ.. APPLIANCES- H.r.2J sofa bed. .". Modern Appliances. Inc. roastS "Ne co": electric r'Da. Stock Firm Hem Machinery Co. proof PtrmatBta. hue 5IlS

OkMoao _. Wla S ot .,".1'I! AWNINGS, porch cartala Venetian 11.O..r.: atu.r 13. 8. MaIn &Phon 21972. Ed..te Drive; wl BUNK N. Orange AT*. Orange Wilson Blossom Leonard Trail.Hardware.Phone 316 3-2187.8. 430 W. Beblnion. Central an**. Dial FlorMa$544.aalo*. 2331 5. 53

2 I, 11154. ...r cover ina*. Pail Hoe of . raoNS-Automatia eon.
SMst.. s&MVlc-4 s451 I.S4T 1* .0&or\1. CMOS 9826 r&lrl4. SwainS ANTIQUE .n modern piece at auc ,1V.I. ; Universal. Proctor Samson. iPPERS-Prof..IoD.S. hand VENETIAN BUSTDB 4 4BP wB
7.13p
n" TM .u. 'ut .tt.b.SI SPf'SM V.. 413 1. Hdthey. FAINT tionr. ESTIMATES-Color Suttee .tOI. ConaIInnents Thursday solicited.nltht. :R.9odero. BOAT- Hardware. 102 W. Chareh typo hair clipper 8273. BumbyHardware. PUMPS AND WILLS Why bay cheap bS o>* 4MM
R.U.bll painter rseommen.dad. 102 W. Church. can eel the best for Mat Mw
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Ait 11. w. wldta: Very
ACETYLENE and loiria Doming AuctiaaSales
,.. 414. Mrb.v eo I. CbSF.4kioFpa1.ciki ". aachlao workoa pvamp*. *aw&Ul* l.t1 6001. At alddeD'.. C..ucton.e... ;_2.0130. AT*. HOT WATER HFATERS. 6. 10. 20. Lars stock of pump deep or abal- more Mad la OrUaOo brat
-Siitd-SI Cblrcl HEATERS 30 and 4O tallon caparitr. Orlando low. All sizes; alto wells any else.4lnch lo K4wtr Dy. BV ).4S

a W. Ziaa ..hH1.JlII iMlawtt1Bobr Mtte.'stlrUcK.ti FLATTER PATCHING by an "Dn ARMY SURPLUS 000DB-Hundreds AU Appliance Co.. lac. 310 M. OrsussAll mod .P. Nothing down. 3$
'1M
5. N.d.l ".ru. Ut W. 5.1.1.IOSSIst. Also minor repair Orlando 1. of useful Item at low prin. Buy 1 n top. 2-taHon heaters on band. Phon 4537. months t* pay. LIbby 're.... VACUUM CtKAJTEX: J mo. aat
Maintenance; dial 9948. Army tood and ITC. Bav > .
"Cr..1 711 W. Church
c-a.-ihva": .'...r ..iD ilcu-J I"mDPm Store. 45 K. Phone down 36 month to pay. ICE CREAM PLANT-Complete; allot 3-3290.
.s.1 .1 ., ... 5.4 a_. k lr.. sod temp PIt. 1156.aSIa. PAIXTTNO 6x13 room*, e.l.aad I 1 8t n"... 711 W. Church. part. Mill Freeser. 2 bardea-
.. IfS M $ c.a" I I ..._Ll..srts_c... 33 5. CII.reb. waUi.. 813. IncludIng Low I .BET8JDO. .btD matlle. InS box**. 3 serving boxes; team VENETIAN BLOTDB 4ha kne
PMss "JSU rato Utrlor. Term U desired Itcenmed. I .. sterilizer etc. fco reasonabl offer PAINT. AlumiBom. carom flnUh.Het. > more at Adam*. 91$ W. ad
W MTI. w. Ps A'4. !\ ALARM CLOCKS REPAIRED Aayaxeat. . : I It at Mill* Nebraska. I I refuted. 149 N. Oranie. I Orlando. FB 98SS.VKNXTIAIf .
ittK .it- I lind of si.'t 2..21. 'De N. '. WATER HIATTR Table- ru t and weattier proof. Ve
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PLUMBING Kin* forprompt I AIR room ICE BOX-Good, metal. lb.t plat to tallon Knox Stares Cow -
W fix vrythlB Barker Ro.tair REAli CONDIONEho BARB Oood coadltioa. 133 lath BUND
llbM 5.1141.1.pa *
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*p..w4.'ss* 414 .... 48 W. Central. Fa_T69O.AFFUANCK P.J eODctloner. t.t.to. Also I sewing mf hine; table radio 23 E Fin*. Phone 2-3163 Special 06* 50 r r*. n.deHTtry. P14s-

.. Mb.1Ch. &R'Jca-a.anL tuna.assIst. SdIOR.etd.nr.. 1729 Orsnd.PLTWBINO .tl.t...Prom" 356 1.0.. Grant Stor*, & OF ALL KINDS-See Fhilco. New 100 else chicken brooder, PLYWOOD. mahotany or fir .arta Ra kOthtk11ONT-Jr.
ae.l oil heater circulating other I I 1836
: Item
; *. Folding plywood boat*. 10 HoOeabeck Dr.: oi
S 63.BOAT
ra.'OI. .u .OOU. 729 w. 37th Su After 4
.... 5.4 w.UUtJflaOUD1.oac.b pm. _
W.'$ Phf' 142. : priced to .. 610 Pin ATt. UU ,! tat 12 ft. Mllli end Nebraika.PLYWOOD VACUUM CLEANERS
electrIc a Sundays.
S. list .r.t. __ Adtpttot oil lamps to 4 plain. 2 Dor. -
Pick service. C*Id we 11 4"VJWo do. ( I aTailaal with an stiseheenta.
_1.1. UP StP8Itto -Fre* demonstration in -Waterproof fir. sIwste.
ft*". .a4 Karri 2313 Ediewater Dr, CO&P. .It Ilal ( ; .taID.. .tH. BnD". hem ef window exhaust fan your ICE BOX-Larte ass; *D porcelain. I I in '. -In. z 4 x 16 ft.. S x 14 and 103 weet atsh. -
ta .. 14 4 U.t.strs1 ETcrythlnc for bath and wth .; vise; A bartain. See tecta,. F. -
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14. phesI 3-1973. 3 x 1" Fin Culls Boat CoatrBO- .
ktcbe WOOD
SAW
fr. !!. .. Iin."lltCaa Installation. 36 month m.Un.ou. plecI" to ; CAMP estimate on attic fan*, con eln. 513 Vlrtinia Dr. -*- TllB4 > CtlllBli
iulThoz3ii IXItVICI Cl*rtnf.kn4 Polling down. Llbby Ac : table; Snail baby larte t.l. Installed. Modern Appliance lion Co. phone 2-J4M. motor ktont. bUIlt M traBp M
.VPN34T. 1M1..1I' yabb105 ftnlin. AIM po m W.. Felal. 711 crib Rufus 101.ul 103 W. 438 N. Orant: 3-2514 INSOLATION-Double thick "Balsam. Ills Prtiou. LBBJIWM Fl*.
..**..d.. Mrs. ..tH. IIGJ. Cue PrlcOt LDI.o. P Wool." Money back I
.er' .. eUn"' r kt. r. 34421 tnarantee. Lotus CLtAJlfn
..... YmSl .SIM SI ..sou.5I.ii'ii. .. AQUELLA-Paint that make all CANVAS BOAT for ale. 515 Por- explain. Bmyth Lumber WATKRUS 5e
stl.r S Co. M.
PCMPS. WILLS. WATER $YBTL3Complete.
cleans
.A a masonry surfaces waterproof. We I t Street. gUslmmee Florida. Orme and Railroad soy nrfte Win aSS
n41.I. unxiia) ROMXS tram aeooo U- PIANO TUNING Expert repairlnr hSTS .ale. colr.Smith Lbr man'a !, &3-plece bedroom *uit I btad ase. lOsend $1. 8aw k IBB*
M. *
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Menu"I FMA or at nll.Hlq. ; Co. ". . .. INLAID LUlOLItM-Iaa\aUed .. No d payment. M brCo.lc._ Oranse sad liinirt.WATER .
.,,. a. w. Y. Ate. a.aet"a. 0sr5SI Slit ElUM. at 1. cnn 1UPfc Tiolla instructor; art lessons; pas O. I 875; studio couch. 83950; floor and sink top*. Call Avdoyaa month to pay. WillIam Okly.. S9W. _
..- ..511.ISSS5I '.I .. j4411.cLlANIMO tel. Becker .. M. Rutbey. Phone AUTOMATIC W.T BXATERS calas. I breakfast sets. 81850. Whlt- 2501 Edtewater Drive. Telephone O.rUjuU 6333. WELLS s.d RsiWaUss on
> I 2.4115.PL'ITDIOTo. 40-talloa. casement Furniture. 306 W. Church. 2-121 Pile: pip*, pimp .uge. Id
iST 'bU .Iont t. Orla. AND rRTMLVO CUB i -MZ Ida Ftp Bappty C*.. $35 W. d
quantity bat !
lids.
i -Box sprints let. In- C-
.., U'sUP11. $3I preMTT that new rc"Oin 185 KEROSENE *.
Win 510 70* I RANGE-Florence, 411
M lOFTY PTtefi ConTenlent 'ph. porcelain. -
I mattrei 840. Dinette
Ill skI Sad look let a* paint for JOB now.Aaaley .
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BIB.. BrU M rtmt clctbM.p S1a- term Vota I-- .. Perfect condition. Call1ntwood. POWER MOWE1t.-30 In. Reconditloned. WATER
M06. 1M P. CarU Boadtd. Wird. .K.l. 810. Studio couch. "0. Ph. SLATES Brand
Contrao'tor.
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SMs 23. Mr*. Mooa.LAWN Priced rKhl 613 W. RokIiuon -
rt. _CJ. B r*. 11 4 Boaa. Bt.CARftNTCH J- ..te Blok. 118.APaPor .. Park 2B7-R. Cellos. BlUAM er P4ttl4 14.BWvTfl. IM
WORK 01 .U kInds; >3.PLUWIO pr. AID GARDEN SUPPLIES ATenue W.Wmshlngton.
w p. K.B;; ., bar'"' sddllbs. SEVIC&-W. Central Co.. RUNNER-Like rubber. SOc Lawn mowerc. ho* PUMPING UNITS Portable and \.
ressIr .ral. .1IIIIetI. saw cprlnkUr -
S)4&I cw.. a4 Mai Are**. FBOM .. Or r. ... nil O.r? An. PIIII.. NIght 7335.PAINT5RSAVA1LABLZ.k'ree,. 1 M. immcdiat .. cO ,d.Co.Cut, N.to any Orange lentth.sat 8mnh Rail complete line of hand tool.. H. H UOD'r7or farm and ere*.. Florida WATER for farm$T51ZMS-CseInIn*r bon*. Paim -saM

,I CLAY *OAi BUILT-AIM lla rock 0" 1-2231. 1" $ iS.. Punish AT*. Phone Hardware 2-1641.Co. 220 8. Oransa. dial Pip 5115.PIANOSUsed at Snpply. CO. 630 W. Chard MMBlacrr 430 W. -bs' as

I?. Led and r*>..4IF.D p rUi....will.t.l.larfkM B. ttcktmtauWrk _. ...t. Aol P.i8&41r.*. eU a Conlon In.rT. only Irole with ) lumber. .LAMPS Furniture-4-way CO.indirect.141 and 815.615 LUMBER 3x6. 2x4. etc. 879 per uprtlht. ISO to 612S WASHING oew.MACRINE-Isgy$.U ros.s.sbIa.Pesodcclii _ _

.. IM. PMS 1431.O14CRfTP10O53. phonl 23711. the .ld. .bo. tilde CLTHS Church. 1.000. Sheathint. 880. Siding and Or win rent at S3 per month. Roblnon Ociethorpe. t.lepb.s. seer.
DOO WIT -Uverrvo St.4. PAINIGW."rrof1.; all mas back and fob roll revolves floorla 890. These Ire deliTery Music Co.. 803 M. Orant 6303.
retoT 14 O .>*?. OfMM j DrivowoylSt. ..yst.m.Porches .t either or fast speed.Westlntheuse 10. 't price in lots I WINDOWS AND PTtAX.-.M
900
DIrtY. a.r ** ..,. sb14I. I n.... .... nr'e.. window or more. Box I FADTT-Flrtt .. auuid house sad trpta. Mad .5 srdor.mrdstsslnst.ek.53,7pg .
111 B-Slar,
Thus, .. Is bs.ls .5. P'rM ..tt.t. dor. ar.n" ,Ir.r.tr-20 cu- Phone -- ---- n.lnt. a4.ID saL One cost Plat for
Mae bou lo.f Zis'. MMIIM.t Bonded. N. J. Priced for vsfo-walnut secre $415111 -
a I' .. .. C H 114'. wu &r Park 46.Thii:14o tn.ar. B.r. tuk II. toow SUITE-125; bedroom o..itei..l tl. 63 40 -i LAin i4 Bt. phon tT3a
* .BM .._ 11.1. Cal "M' FroBkav *- : uuXwoRK S. mt -- Quality and BOIG. steeL W.k.224 Ice used 2 chair 86.95: 100 pound ca- aulte. 825: Nesco oil ttov
t r4M.. CMtrcl FtorM Lambcr m.tra tIns set with OTCBV 820. Power King drill
Slat
Coffee 6 Ice
Mf cup* Stain box. 829 50 chair
easy
JrA1tA'PJlny" f C. MUJ .r< K.kr..k.. Ilm.dl.t. .nl.. I.fe.llc.. furnua- less "el m.II-M.I.. time. Exhaust religi:3.: ottoman. 629.95: Isrt office pres. new. Old Apopk Hifhwiy WELDING avrruaf f
Id Cri. phol. lion; i and Villa Drive, green house on nabLLA
drMM. l. D1,1..4,. M. N)1ff1fi BUILblNO .( B.v boom I 859 50. Steiner cf Orlando. 66 .
... 1-34L3. i Sad "..'. t* hoMeS M4 ftmlldin Welter J. WIlcox Ine81 X. Robin- roof and WN AND GARDEN SUPPLIES 300 Amp port**)* wi3s
*T sap kind. R,,>lrt nn.ne.4. T. F.r KAO SYc makes rdlo* ton. Founded 1Ie SIft 830 Lawn mowers hose sprinkler RADIO .SAIJt I Ceenplot weMta*
*r4. M KA..U.: Phn. 1033.CONCRCTt . m ,. *. Ptekaad CHINA complete line of hand .tool*. H. H. Distributor of Lax
U. ...., 'rfsra ..". back 'l.r.n pointed Parrich Hardwerc Co. 220 S. Orange We have a Bomber of used radio fa chine mod rod. H. .

..lk riMr WORKi wptta drtv.Suys lanky t steps UCONCRm t.on all work. Britta Q-E. R.dl AQUE8Etta and art piece A. ?CABINETS. trad -"C"Steel.. 4-drawer Shaw- Are. Phone 3-1841. food playable condition. Earl carry 1.> 811 N Beach Ct. :.. 1.
AMISICAS NAUTI .4&.011-44'41 356 M. phone a 90 day ... Priced Iron
w .. a.... Tkoa-, -e. loaded: Sr.tMrS at._ 're. Or.a. Arcade. *. B. ; 11 Matruder I CR \ ollT Ir.. Letter sue. with LAWN MOWKRbF and N." proven SIS ta $40.Associated .11. Bnch. 21... Ph. Jfto. !
,. _, tTc.'l. sill Kitoaaoik C.._111. 5. 1-2- IS, \It. I lock 845.75; with lock 836 80; uallty. W. stock the pert Bumby -
514.. -.a.--.1I4 RADIO INTERCOMMUNICATION. ACCORDIANj cornet trumpet txorn"bone almost slie. without lock. 85Sr with Hard..ar. 102 W. Church. .
1CRVICK-rton. roof a. Store 143 K. Ora* AT.
M31 I 4n>t.l'. MM BBA silks. ID Installation on all horn and. repair and car Also radios.repairs .e. drams music. Tb* Kuhn. R 86575. Check with Oeorxe LAWN MOWERS W* till hss Phone JOG.REPR1OEAATOR.. [WASHING MAC1IAjqu.good .

MIAMAN-M 101 $5 .... .. wsrkMushtp Fuller Br... 114-B Park AT*, .. 5060.Masle Shoppe. Matruder Arcade, Ph. CEMENT 13 8. Main St.. phone 513$. limited supply of hIgh aaaUty hand eondlUoa. 541 Delase f Ps*
plvwa, Pre_ SMsd.s 5.1111s45.5 1 Sad] material. Free eetlmate For I Winter : ph. 515.REPRIOSR.320NESRVICZ. I let V COVERING Inlaid sodS Uwn mower 821 93 and up. Knox Dr. phone 4344WLMAcHm.
Elaora rtillu. o4 DarhCtea soe.eeeto woek of .11 stags call S78Oor P.rl ATTIC FANS-.All from 30 to stock linoleum rubber-like rma- ,Stores Co.. 25 Z Pin. Phone 3-3163. p
ea4. AH fcualy ertMiMt with 95M. Boehaa Coacrete c. and household Commercial 48 in. w* will survey and C. 1331 _and broadfelt at Qlldden's. LIVING ROOM SUITE-Larte chair Ilk* new. Maytat and 1

4 yean of_esaerteaeo. Pfcoao 6463. | CONCRm-FLOORS. .U. W* '.. Oood work char** rP. estimate of complete InstaUation at CAN CHOPPERS-Meat and food dinette ... reed rocker sod table gsa; apartment OuaranUed for 1 yost. C .
tIIASWtl 1-AY aaAorr SALON .r BM finish fonenu floor mson RefrUeratton Senrlce.. Pb. no Wt rd& T.r.. up. to 36 Joa'h I can ,. 82.25 aad up. Knox Store fireplace screen and Iron .. f.... *lx.. Good condition. 695. Apply Harris Repair buSts. = Bs-
MrOrory Siidfl. w>. wu* 4rlT w.?. Sulks sad .Up For 1'2 Vocu Tb.w. S3.23. 25 &. Pine. Phone 2-3163. door like new- sewing machine electric I 19 1. South St. .ater Dr. ..
: ta a-02l DuahkBCwxrvt RolGP. 3 year 8101. Colonlalo.l dial 511. Phone new: 47 E YsleLUMBER. -;
Hilda afaaefc, . wore tie* MUBikM utm.tL -12-Inch .IUau.. special RUGS AND PADS Two. and 2 steel TARO PICNIC TA2L53.-Pa. -
.. by .rlsaiad oaweaia c.. shIngles of built .ua.aM. R AIR From CCKCmoNliTa A clxe*. .95. Other '..15 a>. Fair $t.r.. I ETerythint In bulldlnf !l L .porch chair: 1 chifforob Gift Bnlt attadiod MaaeadSs J6
4014 CLEANING w. employ only 11 abt room eol.. up lane Church. lumber and wood. Colonial Lum Steady coatnKUaaPark. .
.fi" DRY I sldinc. Smith 468.HDOBEVS commercial Orlando ers Shop._South Street .t Oran". eo
I .*IUed. esperteaeed help; and t.UU.doD. .I] ber. Cheney Htchway Ph. 3-7142 112. -
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'riu1i.: Frot u Sad .*>ni *aael'ary. Try w*. MacSvffI treat to back HOME' RAP 0959.Sale A Sn 61 Or..; 2 Orante I I.Sll. -:- watt PXXTBRCA Special 8X95 aacfe.lite.' LAWNMOWE14R-Oerden bole; rke: ,I RODS rod. Well AND locked REELS.tackle 2 sod box.on.390OFermeg fly COME TO TH* 8TORZ BOX U JWfi
.elaM. I ...,.. 24 Itld.. corner rt t eUt sprinkler Offlco, Martltad.
a Dial aaaM Including besting and COFFEE Stor. 10 W. Church. Smith Lumber Co, N for onus nay
,_ FHW. 0'tfi. p>*fQ ... Moeollad. Fhoao 2-IO6O. AH work tuarnteed. Can..ntl.U. ArC FANS-Any 1 soy low at ... Orante and It.llro.d.LIVINO Phone 2-6701' thing sew and used. Cattaa, %.
...rra---.e-.Mii1ii *I ELECTRICAL REPAIRING and hoaeo 52.RUOS le !.a.r.ate. .Hudsln, 513 riih f ROOM SUITE Maple dljittt t RADIO. Em rao. Zenith wireless linen. iilvrwr lewotr. oaa4ja
UPHOLSTERY record plyr. Both for 630. 2021 &ntlque*. electrical .
> M OM IMSI .445 HgeI wlrta. Can 4514. MlUer WUlia.j Expert CE 2-1841. FOR 8ALX ",1..1 let. platform rocker Beds.Incl lad aaap BBBWpUea. .
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rieetrtral Contraetor. .ork.ap. fa' rvory. like W. Waablt1.toll 8t.ROOF baby camates.strument . .
Owre* Sato*. aM W a.ua.ii. j .m. .CRION- I CAMERA maple bed room suite new IB- and double. Heabler. 1329 19th .
etc.GET
I ELECTRIC Ou..a'H.etplfi. .ni. rh T.mol HI'. 8tr '. COATING-Oiv* your roof anew
CLEANER 8ERV1CX-On- Loan j mttren and deluxe coil *
..... 2-211. KHIII. Offe. 27 I co:: : lean on life. 82JO per S .aL YOUR SEUCT waatq atW ''f3
"h SlId ln.tneU4)ta I 1 owtiot for Hoover part SUP Cburc : ; .. 8235; Hollywood bed. 829.SOt MOTOR SCOOTER-Coshman. 1945 -
Far modem upkeep aervleo call. the year COVEW.d.. t erde. l. ARMY. LR.fD" 3. Ji.p. motors. W. '1I tresdlo sewIng machIne.1 model 52: good rondttlon. tZ5Bentoa. can. At GlMdens st oak flooring white ft 16 a V** *
AUTO CMOOU teara M dri,*. only autliorlsed Boover aervleo *tai pr.ter. wlro-is ft. : flat top Office desk. 635 33rd St.. It VlncUnd Rd. RUO-Ro e xmiaistr. 12x17. Good Mills and N araska..
c--- SS.at. 5155511$ .4 i' toe5uwbv H.... 6104 or 3-1755. ,.aU.t.. W..tt P.rk !! '" .. 1280 20th St. I CTA&. | bed. 839 50: 3-Plec rune back condition. See at 1134 WtraWy FOR YOUR BOOR
MOTOR CRTJI' R 43 ft. Marcaret
He ... pcreee S Teat Orlaitd Ato ri1JiiJTVIU-aiPAI ,- Ins sad financing "
j joe 1 ED aad refln- Church room suit* 8135; folding day T." Reoaonable. Mar be Inspected e2sto
Ir!!uL ISle 1-)11'1 a-447 I, lahed; .stove Sad ... mower repaired. SEPTIC TAU INSTALLED aad BICYCLES-. 1900 Roll AT.U CABIN complete. 82190: maple mineRs It Venetian Garden Pier' Leeibur. ROLL. ROOFING *f *Q weight A- and Nebraska.

I l*>ortB*. M. A, Aastla. 842 Piedmont.Pfcoeie ta P'De St&o 'Plr..4 20 year i 81250: electromaater electric Fla. plait shingles mad imitation brick TWO Sal crockery .
fboot. laumattoaol Corrdoaro = J- UI.ru 7571. .Alwr.t& 673O or BABY CARRIAGE. Bassinette rood 30fo' 875; ice box. 815: ink with ltdlnc. Mill and Nebraska.ltti0FZLT27z52 Inc tanks with dip sad w.
aVpoaia. Vt... approved J. tMnnU tJFHOLSTERT-R.fln- fo sn. eondlUoD Both for 1046 1.Built 824JO; 8** stoT*. 82450; MOTORBDtZ-WbIzz" Clean, bar- lach. 51 specIal On* drum ..11.uber. -.
O a_.. F O "14. .. IZ82. ISIISS. 4 .'we k drB m SUIt SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED everything i iBI. 10.0. best .11 .11 ran... 845; apartment, __taln! _Extras: 885. Phone 2-2943. this '11II It. Orlando Fumltar C*. . RarnaoM8t 51445.

.r .auoc..i8 54234. a WM Mrtfif room nlU MTP .. pumped and : P. .J. BICYCLX wIth Whisser Boat and ta* .&... 833.50; china cabinet. MOTOR BIKE-Whlxxer d* luxe. 141 *nd 615 V. Church. .t* Bank Bid* Isafoed
wkoal SI Posts Je.1II1I'.... ,. a-llU. rum.Dllt resident: bonded motr. Good Can Gate let table. 81493: Boy New demonstrator. Schwlnn blkAll '
to hal Sill .
SPSPS condition. to. FOR
. 3500 BMOrtswnt.Orlando BALK AT
AOMH 1.,14 Box: 331; 2067$. phone 830. SeweU Thurmond Fur extra. LJceni and title. Condi RUGS. WOOL Larc WDIOIaY1L14Z _
MI aWhooL T**** fonOokod I 3-6701. Also complete .. termtster
fishing Furnltar Co. 141 Depot
No .aume fcookOept. TRACTOR WORK-Plowin*. harrow- 01 tiL Lonl> P. Co.. 72 W. Fin BU Phone ton absolutely top*. Chrome platine
I BANYCARRIAGE-ThS7Sc. Uk 238 mile WOrth S223. FIrst 8173cash 618 W. Charcb. Oalvanlsed sad Mack
;: -" 0. V.. WANT-ADS P.:",o.d 815410g. *. ,, _new. 1504 &. Wahlnstoo Street. take U. Can be seen Sunday SISTAURAN'iGROCERY eoraipment. -p 1 inch to 4 laches. o=.'
'J"Jpb. BICYCLE boy' a 10 to 2. Paul H. Istabrook. 936 W 1 20 n. ft. heTy duty rea tola A Ian amount of 4 pack tona i idrain
excellent =
htTUDw.-r. subtly .
B7P'OPUa. .UI ... .P.rl. .cadUo. Colonial Drive. refrUerator. 6995. Restaurant Ul*. else 6 sad a lam
Iroer *ra t. R.._... for TREES DOm taken 62O. 705 Terrace BlTd. I 2-27U. !-New and used. Pay I rrre. 1111'10. Deep fat fryer. til*.
V* oUoM ... dO. J. B. la perfect DEEP end ST 10 to 25 per cent NOTORCYCLE-1.2. arlll7-1 i IS H.P. Larn tarbta
Mr*. AnaI. BUYINGSELLING n. I.I.CDN. H..h. BICVCWoml'. con your )' ... BBS Furniture son.45.." Good 6250efh 1"1 30. 22-cai brrcrat cooler feI PW* P> tw*
"! D I AQMU 87. Tllbll. 1'2. 1229 Delaney 'lIdltiOD. I I.') 9 n. ft. deep freer. 6350. 7Stl. well t1IM.
625 W. Church Bt. Clone 8820
laVL **TAT* &. ss4 'setki TREES PALMS TRIMMED and re- BULLDOZER O buy: T-6. DriTe. .. (** water heater. .214 50. 4x7walkIn a H.P. Layao tarMa Bqaaat SM
F>. .. Haato *t., (oorM _* avatW4ti TRADING IrriB Str" Pi. phone 2-14. with 42 J' -elPI.t rct.c r.lut.14 planer I floe floor us* Brae Oaner. W.table Church.modeL Bumby Hardware 102 689O. 46 in. Tentllatlnr aytem. *- S tlllNr1l.u.

*. bta. C.s*. IM L FtMl BM HIRING Uf BOLTEGp coTtr. refln- lowboy tr.Ue. I). I H.ndlrlD Ph metal Lumber Co. N. Grant and 6139 50: cot and compresses
County Mount . MOVIES for the homo. New Parade by York. Modern AppliAacee 426-43O bet leatth 14 ft. to 3O IX **oat .
ONE SURE WAT to rent RENTING bic.Interior wltu' oIU..Uoa. ..12.. Fla .DI'OD DOORS SPECIALS ..1_ ",enture. traveL comic N. Orifice. earn 4x8 da .
C.nt.L 2- or 3-2353. BABY BATHC4ETTK ; bedroom suit with lane Bowte* Bislnette and sod
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moms: order a 8enUn.l-8tr mirror on vanity. :. solid : can 2-1513. S Inch UnrverseJ Bae
UPHOLSTERUJG and bed. 1906 Lake Mill and RADIOS-Let your old radio help
Want Ad to coaUct folks who DIAL mad They, a e" A,.. Ph.R..labl.. Pak bedroom suite. mabacaay pay for your hadomo new 1947 mites.see
t.ro. t.F a DOORS *. Walnut and mabocany 1. LCOGAGE Sapt *a troo d* 34.44sf at
Bhock-Frnf modeL Generou cash trd-ia allownc
Af xt tlfinc quArtera Dul 4161 t pretty. e I from. Ruse. Many"" pttar BABY 810. Can CARRIAGE-47. Baby-Tn. larteit j of, drawers. Cash or terms ... exclusively at Herman 27 I 1 *. Liberal term Southern Mad*-. Orlando 5323 after 5 p .
be.seen at 323 .
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W.
1. & seen Furniture
1133 W. Church: 3-3313. < Phone .1.1 b Exchaata. 339 W. Church. 232 H. Orani AT*. Phone 6671.
2111I 2270D a,. phone 3-3795. I [Continued Oa Next Fagel

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II__Mt bALLUP POLLIWidespread Interest Shown yOU ttKE. TO "TTENO CLSES? I Need Auto IndustryI--I On Time GI Running Insurance Out 'Japs To Fight I




TAKe SPEC.\ O COUeGe I f NEW YORK (AP) Time Is running -
IO SOME SOO
Over U. S. in Adult, EducationI IN Bucks Troubles. !I out for war veterans who Black MarketTOKYO


CCOI6I GAllUP : i, hope to reinstate their lapsed Government -

ftXtf tor, Afon 'Imtiiut* of fVb DETROIT ( '
UP] The auto Industry tAP) Drastic eiue

PRINCETON N. J -There is a widespread interestn .jttt i needs has weathered an almost, physical examination. They have I Inofficial- commodity auacl'
prteas;
this country in adult education. .\cfrk.k4365. than 100 mil unbroken succession of labor i I until Aug. 1, and after that they industrial
backed
If it were possible to meet that demand with low cost improved troubles and supply, shortages to ,It t will be subject to the same physi- wages lay a .

:- evening classes, the school buildings of the country would YES waste disposal i t' grind out 4 million passenger cars cal requirements as ordinary 12 million yea (offletavBr .

J Iin two postwar years million subsidy program W' _
.; be as jam-packed with adults in the they policy buyers.A .
evenings as are
yesterday the i This was the record of the in* dered by the Japaa.w o..n.ment
official has said
unofficially -
high
: trowded b W- with cung people< O A-lLl idustry as It. marked the second :
Service said J I that he does not believe a Saturday in an eitoct ta
rlru the djr. facts the anniversary this week of its con-j i break the Black

\I. w.r"ale I survey 47% the condi- version '! further extension will be granted. ; Market.

Th*> fttft01 the PubHe thirst aa '.U. $34.581.000 time from war output to'peace- but many veterans have not yet Staple foods coal. railway 1s

;tor mare MwcaWea bas Juat beenes'red I-T desire for adult educa UCM STMaOt UPMSINn 10* assembly. :1 been officially notified that their and maritime freight rates .

In s cou&-Io-cout tor- Uo greater among women. the service The Automobile Mannfaeturers t i war Insurance has lapsed. and It raised as much as 290 per i ism fa

;,t'y bJ the laatHttt inpopulation which than men. About a all that should Assn. reported that the 4 I I lis believed that protests from some instances while dlxbW

4iita ta O Toting the men polled tr o training, a might b et. ment. economics the incidence millionth ear will roll off an assembly enough of these would guarantee workers got pay ralse a.

H Ml the H sutes wer asked: as nearly Iurt I Such commercial tory etc. per cent. of filth- line Monday. The record further extension. 1.800 yen [officially SH .. :

-w..w yew htl to attead cUsa- the cpr t h o a school subjects a typing, dressmaking 2 : as dysentery also) included 2,200,000 motor Coal price were raised from -

I and tan special eeunes for 2-wo.n The more education a per mehnc etc. which PROFIONA, fever." trucks and coaches. Bahamas Legal Officer 2ltyento95Gyenatomf.-
rear. producer from
4k* la aom school or I might income I 400 U IJMt for
coUetef the he to
son more seems cent.
he the But postwar production still is private
by
The retttlM show that 41 are mentioned by p Told To Leave consumers and from
per survey found thatpeople o cu many. LGUAGE Chiefly Sanitary En- far from satisfying demand. Au- { Colony 200 to COI for essential tndm-

'S eat. or rextButelr two peo who had had some college But te largest number watt i Fnh E: also found tomobfle makers now are pointing i NASSAU tAP Walter Sidney tries.
ta
i.IaUOft.every five auJuKa In the rot- l t1 wer mo in :favor along lientic pro!es. cent of the I toward new records. Chancy of London. former assistant Rice went up from M yea far S9

). oL.1"M would want to o education sion.a lbr ar le COMMERCIAL tYi. *f facilities Except for sporadic flareups. : attorney general of the kilograms (72 cents for 22 paHajaW

exact number that t than people without col hand bookkeeping 1 pr stage. basic labor strife was erased when Bahamas has been Instructed to to 99 yen [$!. 8J for Mite savflw
:M rnr tt. hewn veuid in government andthe social sciences. I

. .514 d t. I HOMEMAKING most companies settled with the i leave the colony on or before Aug. amount. Other prices were aavt***!
many factors such M demand for The interest there has in- ing describ- 18 to
27.5
ltated housekeeping home CIO United Auto Workers Unionon 2. or face immediate deportation per cent. while nfl a* t :
{
SW iwiith thai duNe would costa the age group greatly since the 1944 polL mica cent. most complete the maritime rates went _
- a lo i I cr 1 per current 15-cent hourly Increase after a dispute over his right to up a qnmparatively
MoMtenC Whether the subject survey all voters who sanitary needs
f I tl VOTONA trade level. engage In private practice here. modest 3.5 per eeat.
lend for stUdY would lit thrtsatronmi :' public interest desire. t enroll were etc. nation.
} 6r i bauti mhc. Bat supply shortages-especially -
ffi&ad. -bet. asked
:
wise Is the rise.
Postures
Plato
. a o. cent.FINE steel-remained as a thought that we see by Fertilized
SseR.eUy teettted. and *iettiwottM poll taken Institute "What courses would like Service has
you Amu.art. stumbling block and the possibility rays generated in the body moving [Specwl to The Sunday SaVitrrbjI-Slarl
.
i be fe 4d at MwaI I Dmr.1944 found 34 per to IkeT lug 8 p cnt of a soft coal walkout out through the eyes. Later FORT LAUDERDALE-.rd

5 bad aieaIeM tela te a desire to enrollta giving a picture of TC radio added a dimming effect science showed that vision comes County cattlemen have

4 flLbtf. Hilt the inee an adult course general subjects the country 5 cent. from outside light rays which enter appitfl SOS
'eton' a .ht ton. rd. per The Industry still has hopes of tons of dolomitic limestone and
Nt t
:. tM M1 eeawared to today. in today follows SCIENCES 6 cent. the eyes.
a a per achieving its goal of S million vehicles 1200 tons of complete
lafJB/
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1 ( )
M dis IlL
: \ .is be a4N .* to The' majority .adultswilling among those .h named sics chemistry, astronomy more than 100 I in 1947. At the halfway to their pastures during tt e pa.
e5roaare
I not Interested in subjects
: cent more mark of six it has '
iv InttrisMa gave months turned and the final result probably will two months, according to

mere educational o commercial SOCIAL SCIENCE govern- RELIGION theology r- out an estimated 2476.000 units. be close. Agent B. E. Lawton I






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I a &mttarl.&tarORLANDO. I I 45._ApartmenU for Rent_ 47. Room for Rent 51.houses for_Sale_ I I 51.!__ __Houses for Sale' I 51.____ Houses_for_Sale I 5LHonses for I 51. Houses for Sale 51. lJoa s far jr tt f.


FLORIDA ', OOMK: AVE. 1401 or VERY IN on Orsnte Are.., PARK 5-roora frame CLCSE IN-Splendid 3-bedroom buncatow. KALEY AVENUE EAST-NicelY built KORTRZAST -' 2-bedroom frame ,. : f' *bOW A'
W.-Pnlhe Ca CUE Dr. IJ
aturalfhed apt. 3 single. Blmme or Tile bat oak floors .., nicely and fully fur., two bedroom bungalow with tile I home. 100 ft. lot. Near city SOUTH CITY LIMITS-New s room f7 'S506nn. -
.14 _BUN..JULY 6, 1847 reams each. Sleek .. *f DrlveIn.OORX yearly an. Phone 6834.CHOICX attached carase. landscaped. < nlae. Gaal. LDdaap$11.500. kitchen and tile bath. Lanes bedrooms . Its. $2500 cash balance 11mJ I J masonry borne. 2 extra lsr*< bed Exclusive with lira n .- c -

8950. Ask for H-774. Harold V. | Ter. .. and lot with plenty of trolL Wilbur Strickland. Broken 23 W.Church rooms and closets. All electric Fitsldaire I c.btrn3$ _ : .
LOCATION 0 baa line. Condlct. 37 .. Central. 6137. Less than block to bus and close tschools. 6C75. I kItchenHardwood floors. 2 HAVE A MOOT a-'raeU '.
ICI n. r AY&. 410 ..1 adulu nly. R.lor. CASSELBERRY j' : I ** -* <( -
-Beautifully
Double and room 401 t' car garage 20 by 20 with not sos
I .
an.1 Price $9500 furnished. $8400 waW Of fram
H i fcSM
*M
: rwSB
home CI.B
I i I 6 modern
bus ed Concrete block NOBLE A VE.- room
crest phone cold -water. Well landscaped corner .
Wanted CLNL'WNo t .I tion. hou. Near la.eD.tre. . unfurnished. A well bulls home. See i Venetian blinds hot water b .t.r.1 I Itas. street. Include crete btwck In the ? ...... !..
Art-1 lot. paved 8.4QO
,
It JEFFERSON COORT sad 2-brm Folsom. Harold Shepherd RealtyCo. 'lot wilt attached >
Mr. Mc- lava asra* ail
JI 2-bedroom HIbbard Casselberry. Phone Winter oak shade. $6950. Terms. kitchen equipment and foB steel
: A EC: Furniture W aU ,.. _3-tm apanmeau ea Bam* 471. Rental Agencies floors tub and Iho.e. laf.al.1 Park 783. Brokers Invited. Phone 5124. .r Kelvey. 64 X. CentraL Realty. Venetian blinds. Should easily pass | stationary tan*. Hie hrdwe4 hoe r.beautiful .

B>an s. eavtatn r r.' H bedrooms.12x27. full 0.1. loan. Harlow O. Fredrick I pictsv windw Hswn ..ni
win supply Tn KALEY SCHOOL SECTION room NORTH SIDE 3 large
LANDI.OftD6-We yen -
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L1i8ITIWAL COLLEGE PARK 3-bedroom framebungalow. I excellent *wa HUau erua-M v -
ewest.Tn rmend FnraUaro 2 tsMrtows -
$00 *
MIL $) > room Goodwin Inc.
e H.ran furnished frame. 2 tots. 40 fruit I Livlnc room. hardwood lip N. Oranie. dial lisa. t
w. ai. t)& d..I.bl ..nt free of c.e 2 screened I'I'I with sfenaW and tt raw.r.Price 7
Bralf.nok. I ..
por"h.I live In Orlando.
4 screened 001.r. t*
.r. uuu rln.r.U. .Uo. phone "o Or.n. 1155. 1 porches, spie-and-span. trees. Saddle horse water beater. floor tile btb tile I $11 jaa tm Jameri and
\.. Jewelry. . nun. Gardner Real Estate Agency. CHEROKEE SOL SECTION-2i i Immediate! available.. 'St.IL electric stove. $ .. term*. 2100 Redecorated. Two lots. Price. 8795O. Carter. Realtr 70 B r.ne Cs..
h twice, M a .n.r. 41$ X. Furnished St. Phone story 100 ft. j i balance like See 15 Pinebluff. Term. Mr. Nnne with Herman Good- T Cartar. MI6
4>., Jeweiee, W._ 'fl apt-. and porch. Can 2 C' 241.W Great oak shade. Shrubs. a Georgia von r1t. I win Ine. Broken 677 N. Orange t SOOTHS -New concrete block. 2 'A.
; bedrooms. Furnished. All new kitchen ,, ... ..
"f. .taa.tar. >
VVtltiftX'RUse4 ataesai eeea after 4 p at. phone 2-2546._ HAVE REAJ service Needs decorating but win I 9855. BOYEM- Catri -
29 PARK-3-bedroom mast I I IJ equipment. Fruit trees. Price. I Fnans M1J. same ill
.hrt Call Jr some large family an . I Ihome. COLa r a*
ma >ea. ** LDTCOLM APARTMENTB Mora can. Ra Zta& PARK 3-bedroom.
I LANCASTER Mr. Nunes with Herman
Street. Price*89.3OO. Sammie FranI I ho. 75 ft. lot. 0.1 $5250. Terms. ate 23 OeM buy*. Tea! what
> .
BeweUTfcafwjsae lon
Winter C1 t
1 and sidinc. well constructed
cypress Broker
Ooodwlo I.c. 977 N.
ruk a carage. Wilbur ; want
ra W. Jlaaa teeee .ru Cisco. Realtor: Rm 4. C.ntra Ar IU.5.. : Strtanc bunt slow. Ail for only $74XX> See I NORTHEAST SIDE ; Orange; 9853.STJB7RBAN2.bedroom. i ya _
D*t _ water. Il Year round *rBammcr 48. Hotel 'Rooms cade. Phone Brok.r Mark with Louts Geeslin Realtor 143 J ra Tilt StART or CON.'At- h

lu-'fA1tJII-1..bb.: anly. Winter BUNOALOW-Spic-': N. Main; 21464. j See this five room concrete block home furnished I acre set Ml toting grote ,a na4raad.
& .
law -t>*s> O... iM Wua*, Wtn- LAvish ton. Room* priced at $. .I lnen. and dishes. O.k. DUPLEX PAYS 23* .NET- i i paved street city sewage: furnished washer and tubs. Plan Price 92 wM OO ra.h 45 i vc FT ..
& CaN-.a Electric weekly.LAKE floors bath floor furnace. $2000cssb. i I baD"lowi "th gas stove hot water heater.space Screened porch: car port. Nicely ... 244 8. Orsntt A>*
_ _ FRONT 7-room
LAKE
(furniture Built 1 year. Concrete blocks. Fur. blinds. Immediate landscaped lawn with palms $
worth sadfruit
near cash heater. Venetian 'Real.
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- ru'. : -*. ,.... '.*. e-Every_U now LOLA ROammt rte. ssked). Roper Realty. Church and > nlshed. Rents 8120 monthly. ,& with lake.150 frontate 2 acres with on 100 sand bear-bottomed I t possession priced at $.9SO.. trees. Price $6850. Ana Ooodwta -BOYXR wha.>oO ..,.,.
a.l. e. pr.a Main: t $50 per Ask balance payable with Herman Goodwin Inc.. Broker. .
Excellent terms
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n. ea.
H eekly rat*. Bu Dining aU 3-1903. 2-343. 10t.. AuP.te. Inc citrus trees. 4 miles out. Electric fr wnen yea rar b..Th 3.si.
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rom 677 N. Orange 9835.
I p m.a : .n refrtserator. rente and hot water like rent at $40 per month. Call Mr. : I hardwood fleer 4 bnl'nnnirwf .
M&twz ** sad frnitnra.OH Main; 20786. C. W. Wilcox with 0. P. Swope.
..
orK Very attractive better Included .t 12000. C. P. ,. SOUTHEAST_. 2-bedroom home Dab:e.s.se.stu.spantment
1314 Efficiency 481. Rentals CLNTW bom
*** prte*, CMC Wh (Mpr** i7.a I A.a. ; Bach 60 Pine; 0812.NORTHEAST .' .
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and petvata wit 2 large bedrooms: Shu. .'. Realtor 140 N. Orante close to school and bus tine Attached bw I lor 'n si :
.ert, U V btata.av * !?*! ..u .u living-room r> ... 6-r'
;_ Adult nly. COOL GULF Summer breezes at the ; 41..rl kitchen and 2-3262. I I sarace. porch nice 1017100 Meted Dial Mil a> rtr 5.a
tOik>U>- .w. pe ne I nice : ok floors: attached DELNEY BTREa- home In Mwve in
.1.. -_ colorful Coquina ApartmenUaa LAKE FRONT-$- borne. 9-aen with $3OOO cash. A good value. Call
.? -.aad .1. ., Gulf-front at Sansota't Lido I garage; good elot and on* .c.Uelt conditon. BII' In 193*. tract. 300 ft. lake frontace. $16.- SECTION-Just outside Chenault and Jennings Inc.. Realtors i 6ximjtMA>i B TA 1*
** *." MAOMOUA AT .E.&Anr."U. b. Modem apta. for 2. Summer of the prettiest ,ad. 01'.' ever A barcain ., $9.300. 600. Herman Goodwin. Ine.. Broker city limit 2 bedroom frsme bllR.alow. 672 N. Orsn e. Phone 7234. -'I. 4O a- ". 5.lu.-
t M.7tV **. apartment. teen with a lovely terrace. This wWI termt. Bee Mr. Stewart with HaroldShepherd atoestoa aiding, attached .. .
** = .a.t. 1 Tw1 rates: day $$. week month $160. 677 N. Orange; 9855 or 6660. InaJ't acre arovr and ;1'4 acre I.sen. fr-
4 'nnr. .4s I quickly at 10500.00: with Realty Co.. 20 X. rate floor heater $8.500. 11.600'' SOUTHEAST S-room tram
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wa e* & Inehidlne dally service aU nr w..t LAKE: ; collate Lara* sawdern \ >rgiaid ; .pehems
"yn :*. Shows Mnday.IICH1GAN utilities Private beach. Write or I I...terms. Ask for Zelma .. In.lol St. Phone 8124. .FRONT-Beautiful 4-bedroom down. Jones with.M. J. Moss. Broker. I t not yet complete but -with three IT saat.d .Dd _.

a*.,''a.*.. -- 413 ".r" phone Rose V. Fiery.1 219 8. Palm I I I Martto WUllamt. Realtor.* 21 W.WashIngton DUPLEX-Good Suburban on buncalow.with Ideal Larce.sand beach.well landscapedlot Just outside I 132 S. Main: phone 6977.NOKIHtASf extra lots a .naia for $ .. CaB rated 3 3 ba-ht Pro.

rPA IM > Ii.Pnr. .*waer at 1411 X. .. Ave Sarasola. Florida. Phone 2263.SCA I, St. Phone $106. lot 73x130 ft. l.tJ lur1lahe city but has aU city SECTION bedroom i! Mr. Morskl with O'Hsrrs-Moore. cell appraIsed at a44a* La'."fI'
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.e
. *,. a. I with all electric kitchen. U.I. ences. Will give term *r frame bungalow hardwood floors Realtors. 109 1. Pin. phone 2-O83. 'C miW> from benmlful. Oetaatd I

ii... Cu.*.*. aa>4jewftrv ,WE C"I1 r- .I. I COLLEGE PARK Just completedthree room dlnlnc room. 2 bedrooms and smaller borne to trade. coDn"'l f large tot with plenty fruit. Close to i VANDERBILT vi-D arOraliae4lIe : in 144 was $12 aw Tiwa .

C. ear. Oea* at Cttarca.t win cJ.1 .. ISLE APARTMENT bedroom seven rom homo I bath. Uptttlrt unfurnished 3 8rt' era. 824 N. Mills. 2-1688. bus. Hillcrest School and Colonial rooma.. 2 baths: corner lot. 8Ox disabled ve'era unable t. rare fr
: CaTe HOT on quiet friendly ttreet Prince- j bedrooms. Urine room kitchen and LAKE ahoppinc center. Make oiler. Jones i iI 140. A lot of house for $12JOO. Fred I this beautiful estate Will .",t-
MY .rrr* . aTT-st. B. Open cummer season. New..ad.rn. ton School and Lake Ivanno. COD I bath. Owner will trade for 3 bedroom VIEW bedroom.with lake prlvlleses. witU M. J. Moss. Broker 132 8. Garels. Broker; 11$ X. Central; 15(11. ) any reasoaabl offer Pnsw OLan

..sis., ., c a1..a *. Va. 'o fully Fireproof.Efficiencies. eret block construction built bunt alow or tell $10 0 terms.H Modern Cues two*s tomorrow's home.dawn. Frame.$8.950.: I| Main; phone 611 7. I Sunday 4328.VIROIRM I Florida, lla-J *r writ* Cx. "
pm.t et.d en* of our most reliable builders. I
rash. Mr. Little Harold 1'NORTHEAST and Southeast Seci i .areI
1. *nune. Orse: -.u furnished. and 2-bed You will like everything about this ,I $..500 will handle. Reasonably close ,, DR. ELCTXONrooms
room 14 apartments each distinctlydifferent. Shepherd Realty Co.. 20 East WathInt'on | tlon-Buntalow*. Six rooms one i ii
ass 'I. I house including the price of 11. In. Prescott V. Steele. Broker. dial!' I II and bath. PrIce. $6500. $2500 down
l"w l anal wINTER 1.Z7IS.4kg Avo.. Catering t* a select and 500. Call Reggie Moffat with O. P. St. Phone 8124.DUBSDREAD 2-100. 43 West Central Avenue. ,i unfurnished on a corner lot lOO'xlXT. terms C. C. Oarletts. Broker. t2 N I I 51-1. Lake Couny r a HyGRAY'S

S n W'n upper P4"rl n. restricted clientele. : ;, Swop. Realtor. 60 E. After office LANCASTER SECTION East 2 j i I One furnished on 30'xl40 lot. Each iI Mills: 2-1747. 7
I
a weekly sad monthly. 100 P. available for $8500. Both good buyt. ADtPOarr L** t>yt -Pt..
oh. **. tw* .o Fnrviiahad. 8nmaer _. : hours call 2-4080. blocks. Buntalow 2 bedrooms. Built ] C. R. Emerick. Realtor 610 N. Or. WlNTER""PARJt-:1-IIefiroom. dining house steers btoct 2 4raoir,>.
._ .. Refenncea required.n Dt SECTIONChsrmlnt In 1941. AttractIve and nicely lo i livIng 2 lane screened
room.
.. CHURCH ST.. 203 W.-3-raom home i ante Ave. Dial 7348. II i ii room. porch gars**, laundry 5: n| Oo-
A tore1 4n-ft. and bath. 123x150. cated. Near bus and ttoret. Nice porches fireplace, 2-car tsrsce. tool
...... Three location ta lunrh room %laa is
irr- PARK 3-bedraom trees Lt. new 3.bdrol block I". condition. $6.300. Termt. Sam John- ,i RTHEAsT-SECTION -Larce brick I II IJ bouse laundry bouse lots ot fruIt
u. .0. nptwr pecan ; 'rll tnes. Call *wner. acres excellent tHrum land .4<
"Ii"a 1 Sure'yeasts
__ only. 2-1342. .1. B.IU'ul "rIIAI.d. ,. Ion Co.. 20*_8. Main. I J I I borne of refinement In a section | flowers shrubbery and shade. Close .
grove near ri :m. ;t. Xa
A41 I 49. Business Rentals : Mustbe of beautiful homes. Very spacious. ;
Karta . hf bthe la.lt. LAKE tile to bleb school and college. Furnished
17. PROPERTV-Ban..Io.; Gray. Leeaaurg Fla
IYU. ___ .. c JN COLGa PARK Modern Iro. seen buy construction. Furnished I j I LAying room with fireplace at end. or unfurnished very reasonable. '
Wt.r Pr. DESK large .,nci. ", completely Conveniently located 3bedraamhome. 2 bedrooms Sun porch and fireplace. Lane | LAKE COUNTY-W hate a7 ftaselectta .
: Tel I Johnston Henry Broker a W. ChurchSt.
*MOKB9 *f $ .PAc : large porch. Beautiful lake
Rd.. including all eat kitchen appliances.Screened . oak breakfast room between dining room al "Qvalitv Hone
t teaa If** and Wlr-.AI-liO. _1" 248.I .r. romal for.1 view. 25O ft. en lake outside city i ; Pb. 545.wun'E"RPARK. andBosIae'
a baths porch attached
2 on'
1 : carace Fireplace! i and kitchen. One bedroom all priced to sell r Mr* far
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", $*a *w *bvaMM eartyrnt *. I OFFICE AVAILABLE In new office Large lot. $8950. Allen Johnson. lot citrus. Paved. llmllt. $ .. Sam Johnson Co- 208 New 2-bedroom
. .1 10! !!L' street Reduced | first floor. Four bedrooms and sundeck Ii | Service 45. J Jt..r inelts,
_ _ _ _ _ PAKTMENT Furnished I building Second floor. Prominent Realtor. 140 N. Orange; 8612.Specialising for quick sale to 5._Main.- _ _ _ _ _ ; on 2nd floor. All baths fully i ii house with attached tarace. Beautiful Tavares. Yt.a. ...
"-I.-M.. S. 'I sad 3 rstmt sad bath. .l. lato.Parking In rear. Only $ In Homes.. 1.la. LAKE FRONT Nearly new white i tiled. Porte-cochere and concrete : floors. Well built by owner. ,
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ftaI4 I ..r required. Cariigaa Bide. March wIth frame bouse. Lifetime roof. !! Lot. 60x200 ft. Only $6500. terms.A. SUBURBAN ROME ci ci lock 1stCnatia.
iL I. Wr atlsva. fiahiac. .. .1 \lm. Ben Completely drive to three-car carate with fourI 3 bedrooms 2 .
J., ru. M 17 aatar.OARAGE N. ..... lb 2-4551. COLLEGE PARK Excellent location Broke; dial T9vo.DUPLXXOn.atory. lo.pn. furnished: nice electric kitchen I room apartment above furnished. C. Goloen. Broker. 1121 N. Orlando with furnace 2 ba'hinient .4'
zaU.1iy'11si a rooms: (Includes 3 refrltenlor. Venetian blinds laundry Home partly furnished and steam Ave.. (n.sr Msltlsnd under ar saras
.. ;;- .,. ARTEM- 4 _rooms.Famished. B'AC WANTED for precision clean modern work. and den). bedrooms fur. I tub. Attached tarate. 75x241 ft. lot. I heated. Lane tot and small crov*. p.15I.' Winter Park. Open Sunday. with* vertowkln aervajM s quarters tot boe-.ru a... Le.erto bolt

.N..... 4O4 Andersen C.. a a per u Writ. aOp D.lotal'. location.acllltles nlshed: includes complpt.t and fram construction 43 ft.. 628 In lake.E. Pine$9OOO. terms. Weir Systrm. Offered for $37.500. Some doctor i iI II i iI - inc and fUhine Fruit ..<* a..d

.. hr _. FVRNMHE0 .and rent. ] 10 8-Star._ kitchen .. Venetian Ilndl On built Just prior to war of excellent : 4641. I I should have this. C. R. Emerick. beautiful shrubber? Es. ..,.r tMenbarhawd
4-ROOM APARTMENT. large lot attached 8e* i i Each unit has Uv. LOCK HART-Near. 4 rooms elertrlclty. i Realtor. 610 N. r.Di 7346. WINTER PARK Will 501 the sosI fasu
iirtuii: First ,_. 87* a nUlitto STORE ROOM-Street floor. Jo O. Myers Real. me.I.1 city bus. $200 down. : j
f .I1.wm and ..d* U Lat inc .room combination.Nice $25 NORTHEAST large bedrooma. J nlans. Price riant o Kwrr floe
.
!, !!. Bx 104 $- at $05 East Washington St. tor. phone 5851.CREROSRE bedroom- large closet modern per month. Sshler. Rt. 2. Box 321C. sleeping porch block construction. I See this three bedroom new bungalow Breker. P 0. Soc 944. Fhnat 34.

*uLAL !>..,$. .rttoU> UM i cy AFT.. '.r. ,.i WINTER PARK-Small on 17- kitchen and bath completely and Landscaped lot. Price. $ en a 100x400 foot lot If you wish Oreen. Knatls Fto

_.-W. e 5awa.a. Av*. ..t a 42 92. Excellent auto .tr,' location. beautifully furnished. NIc* residential I LAKE CONWAY-Thlt 1* the Place I small down payment. Cathryne Ro1l1t t a really comfortable home. Partly WiATEVBR YOU

Las. I. I.... ..sbey $1.iiiaiiegas. Rental. $3O monthly. A. C. PARK-For the person location close to Winter Park 'yon have been looking for. -- stone. Realtor* 2-2532. furnished with electric refrigerator bastneaa property farm prsow'

.a ._ _ _ WOMl. I Golden. Broker. 1121 N. Orlando who demands ra con.trcton 2 shopping district. On.. apartmentheld room house furnished with extra NORTHEAST SECTION good I good clean furniture nice location. cbose groves or lrsnes.5.
gUbiiui :: Maitland large bedrooms. for buyers occupancy. A cood lane living room and fireplace. 2-car i i Priced for quick sale at $7.500. Can X.
hM baj. rssm. putsid 'DU.8. .1. Ave. (near In.erU. : k close-in location. Recently constructed ry Morse AC* 5.01 HI*I* na
P. 60
} I.rwIi4 fr '. rtehen. Winter Park. Open closet*. tiled kitchen 2 car carage. value at 113.50. Ch.n.al and Jen' earate with tervant't quarters. Also 3-bedroom buntslow. newly Rcftte Moffat with O. Bwope. Insurance of Busts Plo
a G.ra* P1.1 a I. >..| p.. Pi. lt' WAREIIOUSEBPACE-or,sale or tiled roof large tot. Financed and nines ... Rrlor.. O.DI. furnished guest cottage with 1-car''I, decorated. An attractive and good I E. Pine. 5812 or 2.4080 after hoursand

I t mID1viL iiai.cva..rt... ONE ROOM* '. 11'. Very hwsekeeplne.UtUHie ctos In.ItMet lease. 10.000 sq. fl le.l for small S.price Hu.blOw replacement Robert R. Tyre cost. Realtor RobS Phone 1234.DELNEYUBURBAN. Irll Extra with room covered on picnic rear. table Outdoor I I I buy. $10.500. Hinton Realtor 150I Sunday. 52. Groves far Sa4r

i .a.IT,. .. c 3-7041 *r 1134.ipjR3.iVITp.rnlsbod.. Industrial plant or piaDLL.1 13 W. Washington. 6174. 8CION- and Nearly 2 acres in tract I E. Robinson 7632.

I Wi.Jia$ ircondVtisne Fairbanks Avenue between ro.. lor. Uppruntlfl.bpd. with 217 h.t. lake o Small I I COMMERCIAL ocbOYcT Lna* caanty. -
WINTER PARK Three bedroom
and Winter Park. Louis E, 3 larte IU. crave of 100 NORTH SECTION At Dubsdread. 31$ am *f grove 3 tones 1tensnt
".l '. - *. an-eiectrie. Cluibal Rutland Bldg.Phone COLLEGE: PARK room nished. for close-In oranges tangerine and home all nice large rooms on 100 hensts. .
krriaalatm .
OabeU 18.5. i is-room bungalow. practIcally new. avt4*
I I mo.r. grapefruit trees.
f S bt. O.ne. 1 Also various other ft. close to
raoma lot on paved street
bungalow. .
1 TI .latl Told; Hlnton. Vacant For Immediate .... S4.OOO barn eaulnmiut ahwa. wa'rr tank
amal
.$ I' t, .. .. I 38. porch nicely landscaped Rri kinds of fruit .. Beautiful lane | lake shopping center and busUne,
E. Robinson
t I om : 632. 1946-47
.I.b. .a nab finance It. Call W. B. praancttoa recess Vat.eas.
tr. oak
i .. ",. ; MALL STORAGE block furnished. I.t.1 trees: nice white sand beach I : or you also some fruit trees. Priced far under
&. Clyde
SPAC-1 .
O IU.5 .1"K.nzi. $16X100. Bridges with J. G. Myers. Realtor. 34.890 bocee. tiBcennm. 14 CM)
t ,. clal I.n, off Orange Ae 8e J Jackton. Broker. : $5000 cash balance $73 p7r npl.c.menct.. See this one braet.
It .. . o. ..F COLLEGE 1 PARK 2-15. mOD-nVplu'' interest Exclusive with or 8881. t right away It wont last tone. Priced boxes: Parson Pineeaato Browns ernet l* 'OO beam U 444
-Transferred DUBSDREAD
Army SECTION 1ao"
mb ..aci.ii,. Cii Realtor.< 14 8- Min at only $7.950 with terms. Can Peter
I ( n.. ._."a.. .. GOLDEN B IT- 50. Wanted to Rent Automatic man must floor leave furnace.this 1..1,hom..1 frame 2 Stl: 2-1619. KOR'ra-.$3.006 casn civet you poa- I Brown with O'Harra-Moore lot X. In crapefnut.perfect 1349 ceaaitten bases Price This s i trl see*>M t
bedroom with at
.1 J .i .. PrDsh.t I( session of this new nn-furnished. I II Pine; phone 22380.
monthly. present estimated
SS aaoa
0. O. $ is .c **
Splc .
and Ideal for Uv
Atach la.I' span. a "Heap o'
:I 1.lbra tc LAKE IVANHOE fire termite aad dry rot proof borne.Conner .
r ., $63 monthly. : I.? Shou.IdB't miss seeing this .* ln' 2 car garage and work shop, -Brand new masonry I I WINTER PARK-Near Rollins Col box-era kjich M prartusuj:: a>ao*
"\ j f L A.J0 7tLU 41 .& tk I bedrooms, arverlookiac 14$.. $73. AFT OR HOUSE-Furnished. 5743. 11. 'unlshe. Geo. F. Brass pit. 100x133. well land construction best material lot 100x17 en 2 paved streets.Extra Ii i ii let*-6-roora frame bungalow bit Price $249444. Call Uwts a Dues,.

:. 115 Lk_N.i pete, small f.mUl. A. C. Golden. .J" Central Ave. Bar-b $ L'Some terms. 3 OlJilbe: ::= 2 baths thower- I i i I large living, room with large I J lot. 75' frontage. A GOd buy at Broker. 27 W. ViashiMUHi d *i 4411
A,. W Park. ?1 raker. 1121 N. Orlando Av*.. (near APARTMENT. furnished. Yjoune CHEROKEE $24.500.: O C. picture window te'b.Jod I I $ .. Vt cash balance terms. Cad- for details
J $iEiai Lit.. laltland Winter Park. couple. both working. Call PARK-3 bedrooms, tile Hall Stewart. Realtor. O'Neal Arcade: 11788.I I t kitchen hall til. floor and .I mus or Timer with J. P. ..Ito]. OROVEROMZ493O wiI
.DdnpU larc Bros. 112 N.
acre cart
gency.
.&.. b.th. living room beautiful shower 2 bedroom with lane closets.
Rltr. .
II- ..U ye' WUwl Open aa. i J>ARTM NT OR HOUSE-.Unfur- kitchen and dining room. 2 Orange Ave. Tel U81. LAKE FRONT-Inside city limits, Price $10 ooo. montage C7.0OO payable 145 N. Main: 5800.WESTMORELAND acre beartn muse. Ors. I is*

II I I:!: 11 ft. I Couple; permanent red- oak noon laundry tubs prh.. room frame buncalow. furnished $52.00 month. Frank Crebs. DR.. N.-3 blocks trees, Hamltae, Ptnia wU and Yai-
1 Dtl children or pet*. C Completely furnished maid orien rood condition tarn tot. citrus rIparian Realtor. 307 Uetcalf Building Phon to Lake Adair. Spacious 5-bedroom sodas all set In canca* This ar*>

1 ; H. and : tent or 5 1.1 AH ask for DELANEY 8TJu rights. $&. with only $1000 2-1710. home. Oak floors Bus line and la in beautiful mganii* and baa a
6. off. most
U"ok ..u. Houses for Bent 2-IT Suburbanor for re.oll $ ,01 cold Mr. her. T cash balance like rent. See Gould school 'conveniences. In delightful good era* set so trace 4-siljicca
.1 PT. HOUSE or 1.50. attractive 3-bedroom TIle NORTHEAST SECTION Her. U
eOta. S with Johnston n neighborhood. Large shaded tot. modern bnn4w hi boor
.. Henry. Broker 4 W. repair BM
with Harold *
f .1 C..o lalrm* tta isv.I.2v.Aas.O..d et. Rp1 & 98 S I. St. R.lt7 Co.. bath; fireplace; central he.tl : pie Church St. Phone 6545. real buy to the medium priced $10.500. Call Bin Doudas with H. P. tractor and cr*** ualpaxca. iecsted .

a.. Star. W.hlnn. 524. tune window. 2-car ..rl.. bracket. Five room fr.me. 2 car ..ar.Ie. Boland. Realtor; 672 N. Orange; Car- on paved rC tJOOaa vuh
t APT.;- OR HOUSE-Native Orlando CLNITWPrnth.d easily financed. Spietel.* LAKE FAIRVIEW. Nesr-Nice cot- . condition O. K. Priced at only rIcan Bldf.. phone 2-4551. term F. A. : COW 4 ,.a 01 '.aU" J.r.pu-3 FOJUCST H : veteran with ODe child desires 2- i Itr. 2..tr. Whitney Spietel Realty Co.. Ralor tate: larce lot. 120x173. Plenty $.130. Must be financed by pur Wathtut imi3.
ul 4 U J$U .u s8.r bedroom house or apartment. $50 U.. terms. ." Betty Trent Evans. 706 M.t"al Bide.. 23281.DtDRAlot room for expansion. Price only $3.- I chaser. If Interested tee Mr. Martin WINTER PARK 2028 Harmon Av*.
home. elec HOME
nfurnlshed I bedroom 500 and worth tt. Mr. Cadmus 2 bedroom furnished tram house AND OSOVS-'atr. inset.
with I
unit. Furnished or unfurnished. Reference Brokr. 349 K, Orlando A.. I at once. O. P. Swope. 60 East Pine
concrete
kitchen. Nechildren.. Jut new. I with 394 bearing
Ir from former landlord.Woody Park. 613. P. Mlttox. 145 N. Main: 5809. Street; after office hours call 5076. earase.WINTER tows Ceealsrinan
e"'T' a Oeri.. . '0 a couple Mlu1 plot of *. Alice and Sandy Broktw. lanl.l. .lh .asphalt tile 1.1. .VIEW Home. fur i PARK-At city limits. 1 modern 2dratm boms at *4\a* at
.a c > A raund.HsIKBrcs.. CLNTWN SECTION 2 bed floors. lal' bdroma dinette beautifully i NORTHWEST-Near school and bus town. Near team. stare ana
v.a., lwU. K Bi". Phone $498. porch. Nicely* electric kitchen bat L.. room. nished. Should be used for guest this roomy Itt-ttory frame ru!- acre of land new 5 room concrete rhurcn. 811444 na caa teriaa C
ro. block bouse city
: water electricity.
JO1. Wiaur O r
-f''D' .... s.c.M Onus .Ave. TtL "alon. lanai 'Reply to 1315 ConwayRd. farshed.. cirs trees prcbe.cerate. Price Circulating oil L.m Venetian ra.*. ,I It an expression of joy and happy livI I.I.In. I dining room, kitchen, porch. 2-car 12$6,750.S. Main Clyde: 2-4775.McKenzie, Broker; I 1509.
$90. R.s.s .1 $8750. .nt Attached carage. Price I .. See It and be convinced. Price I garage. Large tot. Price unusually lowat .
"IJw R.mpt. Bro farDlb $17.500. C. R. Emerick. Realtor. 610 $10,500 with term Weir Syitem628 $6.950 BOYS a very nice ranch type LAKE cocirrr-3a Km iM teen'
Csstk.M11k ker. 331 N. $11.500. Only $323 down. -
.. a4 P ROUSE or 3 Orantt. Prnk I I crave: awd shad <
l rom bouse. varie t i moe'-
WA I with N. Orange Ave. Dial 7348. ,I E. Pine: 4641. Furnished On a parcel of
; Hays Settee Investment Co.
a. T? Uvinc .ra. ly 35 years Old 133 ta*
0 alD LAKE FRONT-Band .f W1 1 land 150x150. Some terms to responsible a* > er-
.t.. bedroom; ba Electric ter Park. Phone 912-M. W. Washington St. Phone 8513.DUBSDREAD LAKE SUE SECTION of Winter Park. ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL 1 block warm spot Ala cwttace uatie for
0 Bl. room; persons. You'll like It. PrescottV.
w Sit S C. Yarborsuib. 4UI. bedroom COLLEGE PARK SECTION Furnished 2 New. modern to an respects 3-bed east. 4 rooms nicely furnished: home. An I4l set-up far sane
.0 Screened bedroom or 2 Steele. Broker dial 2-1008. 43 w
nrp M t._ winur Os.dv.. tll..& pRb. h.nU HOUSi basis. home all room bungalow; concrete brick"con acreened-to frontp orch. Bic lot: fruit West Central. Price redacaal t* $32 MO. i.riri MTlgner. -
.
1. 81e.r .1ePln pnh Year1 I bero .It eletr struction. One-car carate. Large lot. I I trees. This 1* a buy at 14400. CaU H. .
x&Y eekly 1194 39th ;3741. Furnished frame 2 bedrooms oak Nice .. grave ***ctiut wh J f
041.1. 1 ,. 01 rt.. B. &r 1& l.t. Ilme I .re. Owner occupied. Price $15.500 unfur M. Vollick 7811. with J. Daniel WE HAVE A FEW outstanding Msttox. 141ISMain si.ci.Ifl1CotT
floors wen trees, In for cash. Total
p m. 8. rooms arranged groundswell move _
H .1 .MD MiL writ C7de nished. Approximately H cash required Kolsr. Broker 206 8. Main. homes: priced to sell 2 of them "
lUOAKS atL aZAVICK W* klM LAKE FRONT "fa.eadec 3 IOUSE-Furnished. 2 or 3 bedroom landscaped. $8900. Some terms. price $7500. King Real Estate."30 Well restricted area. ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL- off. will go dirt cheap Moo Come in. A. GROVE so plod bleb
ndul c* wtnur Park ta.YOUMO rooms and bt. Wa 1 For W11a for on* rear E. Church. 8435. ,"Open Sunday. tale. Phone Winter Park 24 In Holden Height lust W. Moore with Walter Bass Realtor way 24 acre All Inn >anr tag
mil* past city aids atXdcewater Box '.du. Hall Bros.. Agency. Realtors. 113 DUBSDREAD 2-bedroom Most attractive 217 S. Orange Ave. tree and tat ccat eonditwn ?TTu *
COW B .. lmlt. o lU Pri..t.1
88t. 'rme. new 2-bedroom frame buncalow. Attached
.b 3 Dr. Orancc teL 8189. N'I I a heavy praalsxlac crwe Ben t,
.k*. tint a' "MI. IOUSE-2 brom. furnished or "r. Large core lot. carace. Distinctive settingon FRAME HOUSE-Unfurnished, large ritsUon eyatae Wntawenwr
Ttr.."M K4.M & S' OR VISTA-2 rm.kitchen and Noe.. section by nlshed. $ . .. Wilbur Strick-. LAKE SILVER SECTION very spacious ground This will rooms screened In porch. Good For detail rnfrmUi **e !imu.***
QOARTXR 1.1h near ba. churches elderly business and wife: no land. Broker: 23 W. Church; 6675.DUBSDREAD sell at once at $8.500. CaU Don location. $3.900. 2 lots. Call at L344 DottveBT n W .
r jker. WeacupgUM.BAROAtN
Jif"G HORSE. .. N children. children. Win p. up to $75. Ph. CITY LIMITS- 1 Vtry ,PDU lot Bchoeninc. Oxford Ave. and 12 room home of tram construction. I I Blossom Tr.ll.BUNGALOWTile. OF m YBAS= rM,;.
1-8131 ; fur
IMt i Mt.en non. frame. blnlalo. the fun of "the country" but inside ORLANDO
r
* eluM; rU.r. &a..- I .8. Large screened porch. Garage. rom wil f.Nnm A new well grove In Pulnam C* Inai g so
1401 RALEIGH 8?. 407 Xi bt-room WmwrPrk 11.5.1 nice corner the city Lane lot and new. I built home
.I W. WUt HOUSEPee Orlando: t.k Allen Johnson. Bcaltor. 140 1 01 lt OWDe i con stucco Nice shaded twin lakes 3$ acre 32 acre he..-
ho... 2- .: hot and cold t 6 rom fr. ; "Specialising Romes.W8K .. going North and anxious t al. . well built neat and roomy veniences. S acres excellent land. tot 50x150. Screened living- beartnc Snore *n swr sraaei its a
40. Pet Stock and Supplies water. .rooms furnished. H.. ehdeD o 8f12. mediate possession. Plcee I room buntalow. attractively Owner gays sell on easy term of *2.- porch. Urine room. 2 bedrooms bath Must see t* appracint WU eacnf .
iom $T. 1421-2 furnished No drlnkinc C*-2 blocks east of Oranee I Call Peter Breen wt O'Bara-Wor. ted and furnished. Quick 2bed-1 000 down and $50 monthly. McKelvey. kitchen and dinette. Gas heat with J13.500 Inanlf X. MaeA. SuteUmla

.... ... house 0'. new bm pt. G references. P.O Box 20.Winter Ave. 6-bedroom home in fine con- 2-2380. 109 X. PD'. This exceptional property 64 E. Central. Realty. radiators in all rooms thermostatically Fl*. Sat. 2364
CE fBla) eotnelol : ph. 4105.BOUSEWANTEDBy dltlon. Large corner tot. Excellent frame bun bought for only $4.400 cash- ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL Absolutely controlled. Tile roof garage,
let P.rk.bot.n. Clay sad *. Wta- NEW 3-bedroom bungalow. I m local business Income property. Call Jo* Daniell DUBSDREA2-bdrom. ft. withmany $45 monthly. Don't miss a i best S acres south- of- city.Hlchett . nice lawn fruit trees new furnish &3 Acreage for Ba!.
poro ast Winter Park. Goldenrod with Ross Kay Andenon Broker citrus and shade trees and like this! Phone 3159. Audrey Pitt- ing complete. $ .. cood terms.
man. 2 or 3 bedrooms. 3 family. i elevation, plenty treeS on I II
COCKXR .OIC BUck ,.I. Blot off Road 426. IQa Phone 9361. i 375 Oranie; shrubbery pl.Dt Fireplace. Must b* man with Btimpson-Staton. MeXcalfBide I every acre. New masonry built house j F. p. Wheeler 104 X. Jefferson. C. BARTON LAKE 14 sees 104. nm<
...
3 Shop. B. Davis.
-u 111 "OCal & Pb Wmtr COLUMBIA ST.-4-room frame house seen to Immediate furnished. 230-ft. 4-inch weU. splendid -| Realtor. 2-1649. tract $1 saa M. J 4.5, et.u

UISW. 51. Houses for Sale with extra lots. O location lo possession. Offered for quick: sal boat I water EverythIng electrically A FINE NEIGHBORHOOD U apes 132 8 Main. abs. atTI

DOO rtXX>- .nM S Co. T OR LEASE for on. year. Small hotel or apt. BoJ 114 8a. of town owner at 11. See equipped immediate possession. Bargain i for your consideration. There are I CHENEY HKHTWAY-W arrM ctoaeIn

br ai. ins .. Ca.4* c beautiful famished home. 3% ADAIR-rVANHOE SECTION-Duplex. COLONIALTOWN real buy In anew a. F. Brass Realty Co. 1 Cen- LAKE HOLDEN SHORES. Beautiful price. $5850. half cash. Jim I ICaldweiL flv. large rooms two porches doa 334 n a* ran** *f aw trim '
M 7$ Br* BM i JUnacl lOop UarU .f and cbade. 2-3153. 1 1i ; ble
spacious with Aster garage and nice PrIce State
Jn 1.W Ibbl 2-story. Each tide 2 bedrooms 2 bedroom borne. Fireplace. tr.1 new thoroughly modern Peter Realtor yard. is nlhwy 9tMaa. Mr Lana etta
and MatiwltaDOO4 ha
two ehil- sleeping porch living floor til* 87500.0O DUPLX __ Close In. 10 rooms 2 concrete and tile bungalow completely I cor. Central and Main: 20786.ORANGE I I $ with terms. Better cash Herman Gondola toe 5.04cr. 47:
BA. aUlppad. dr. Only 20 minutes from heart dining room kitchen and rm had.o ." lat SDleleL"Whltne Large lot. Look this over I I equipped with every electric device i II i I BLOSSOM TRAIL-Half price possible. Call O'Hara Moore N Oranae C4U

'M kt. Ruil'a.a AI cD Plac mast It b* kept aa neara. $40 rear prhe. On lid'a.far.t Im.Dced Realty Co. Realtors. ,and mike offer. Herman GGwl of latest desicn and furnished with j block east. New Duplex rooms Realtors. 109 E. Pine: 3-O838. CAMP aiTK 34 acre 'firBUaaT aCrkea .

"_.t 11 I. 4.. per possIble. 4 ae DOW. .x.ad- ed. ... .run" 706 Metealf Bldg 23269. Ine.. 677 N. Prance: 9853 or 66. lovely furniture. Spacious lawn 170x j! each tide with adjoining 'totp and II NEW 2 BEDROOM frame buntatow. Lake, near Slob feMtmun. -

it sl wH .at $ monU., f additional development. This Is a CITY LIMITS _tl . .a.e' amount.. b.r lo buy. good location for borne. In block bungalow. City saa water I ES SIET.o owner leaving and $63 per month will handle I I I clean. Have been offered 815.00| cated just off X. Central Ave.. partially *. Ctact wnr. 414 Bvean>sjay

.. Ill JU DWIt Oaal after a ._.I This place can b*. a and investment. Ten t responsible andlights.. Furnished at $2200. KingReal torn mutt far1lhec week. This U a See Mr.Realty Wheeler Co.with 20 E.Harold Washington Shepherd - j!I per week for one tide, but want to I furnished including new Mact LAKE FMOffT-IM arras *a aavrncaJnlne
p14. party. i ten. I Chef range ana forced air .il beater.
lol I tcfod A good rental proposition cr
b" tons* desired. Bcbaff.Rt. 4433. buy st $4.950. Call Tan Wind- Pwisat City Caitow to-
Estate. 30 X. Church. 2-2629 after l '
wne St. Phone 5124 or .
ir KrtbbM and X-ek do* $. I If7-A. Orl..d. No phone Ior.toa For appmt "Open Sunday.COLLEGE .** ham with P. S.op. &X. Pine; !! a borne and Income for only 0:5 $2XOO cash balance like real. altotment $34.644 McCarkl IM
.aPP .* 0rUa4aPinacher ment t. Ohio. 2-2. ,phone 0. I 6 pm. ;l Or two new 3-room houses one Can Earl Shannon .with Ray Greene. Hall Ave Jamestown M T
Xl Stars. 1.3324.1iAs .* WILL SHARE large modern hem h J. A. L Ohio. Real Estate. 108 8. PARK-Nicely furnished 2 i I LANCASTER PARK-Beautiful landscaped 1 i lot for same price. For other good Realtor. 112 Park Ave. 8. Winter
; Oal Ln.o with Christian couple Court. bedrooms sleeping porch. lIvingroom EAST 2 bedrooms and sleeping view of lake. 2-story home. buys. Phone S644 today. C. O. Taylor. i Park. Pb. 620. ORANGE BtXWaOM TRAIL -ntoa

I.ktib.-.Distik.s a'al". Private kitchen. Very with fireplace; oak floors large I porch. Nice latol Nicely fur* Brick tile construction. 7 rooms nice Broker. 2516 N. Orante. I FRAME HOUSE 4 rooms and bath street *f Ftoeiwa. I. >'. *atf S a*""
.1bn.M.r M. BntU *c r.bl Contact J. RGrant.. tot nicely landscaped. $8950 t.rm. nlshed. $6850. ly furnished. Large living room: firs 1. furnished. By nearest Or Ian** Posted riahtersaa. **
!! Oa Fl*. Kllgore rooms and bath. new. ORANGE AVENeart.. This new owner. 1212 Jim M. CaMwvll wi'h Aab.r
I II
12 WI.a L..o. ALTAMONTK SPRINGS King R.l Estate. 30 E. Church. 8435. AY. place; nice sun porch off living Street.
the
I home pleases the price
COLD IlK-Ala.. FOR Shade $3850.Orange D kitchen.bre.kf..t eye Peter. SUaM r. eat. Cevtrai sad
a we mean "Open fr" room. iinc room: lane ;
t a A-T. It laDd'7. off. Small pleases the pocketbook. It can be I TWO SIX-ROOM bungalows Main 2.74*
Will Dlr. m .. r. dining rom front hornet. to CITY EDGE-Cypress Bungalow. 5 An.-Nort. lust nook electric equipmentNice purchased for 18.950. Courtney Reaitcry. ..
P Lt : eho fro $10.500 and $ p. O. 30thI
n. n 1.11..K _ _ _ ,n kitchen b.tl en first Copl.w1 'lmhed. rooms. 2 porchet. one bedroom 9x .u.u. tot. W.te .and tile sink; plenty cabinet space; 1 392 N. Orange: phone 2-2471. Orlando. I $H ACRtS abMt 174 ft *a 1155-
Pvria.-.p11 .I I.m"he. 4 bedroom from $11.- lot 70x140 bearing lights. $1750. heater room. Den with bath Up- I way N* 13 fin level land wd
blM 16. other
floor l.th.prc .maUe E. F. 32 K. Pine St. ttain. 3 nice bedrooms cedar closet. ORWIN WAN0R-3333 Pelbam Road. NICELY LOCATED 3-bedroom ** **
ala ,d. IL.. J. w, B4do .H.a .n.mtet. !nta 1. XX) t* $ one of these citrus treeg. brick ttreet. Heating 8latn R.alor. ; location fr sen *r rosa ui *
Vtjy.tla.ai 5141b.iro.. 111 S .onth YO $90 1* what '. PerhaP eeoklng and refrigeration all Installed phone 661. I beautiful tile bath. Oak floorsthroughout I For comfort pin pleasant living bungalow near lake and near Electricity and telephone On *f
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; and the ctlr P. P. about and tookinc ben. er.ml bargain and canbe classed-ln- : tile roof: 2-car saran see this 4-brdroom home of burnt mortal Hospital Only $8950. The tnoa rare bargains at $343 taraju
for It'c
'P ntr.. ; Wheeler. 104 K. .r.n. C. I 4 600 lake frontage. 300 1.0. a C. R. Emerick.Realtor. . EST SE2-bdroma the well This home Is exceptionally l located' hollow tile. Completely furnished and buy of the year. Fred Carrels.' Bro' $100 dews and $U maa'ti M once.
.. an B'I 500 Davis. Realtor. I.ert.on 1..m.Dt 1 290 orange crape- l..t Ave. Dial built older Jrh.. Nicely located and and nice throughout. Extra well built. i: ready for occupancy. Price $13.750. ker. 11$ X. Central; $560. Sunday Real Estate 44 X Cnte4l

," "..un.13.. mca CA e Cal. Every. 'ni&. eme trees. A beauti CONWAY 110 BECTION.-5-room 34'1 priced rltht at 185. Counne ReaU 26500.208 S. Main.Terms. Sam Johnson Co.. Courtney 22471.PRINCETON Realty. 392 N. Oranamphone I 4328. I 40 AOtnB-'B *r Mead lea. our.

.. c., IUd. w. f."b. . I year. aUme $7.500. 2 screened porches. ty. 392 N. Or.n. 2-247. COMPLETELY FURNISHED MOUSE; from Daetwymr: h***} s4 U.s.ISa -
low.
Part a. I L.h. "ra R" Reasonable. To Call our Altamonte office see Nice b4rom.. Electric EAST-On Washington St. Attractive LAKK CONCORD-Furnished. frame: refrigerator washer. Immediate ,. Electric pia. *5 sI
_ .1..Wt child. Call Goons Homer Se.elL Manager call Win kitchen. Vnarnl.hed. In sale nicely furnished. 1-bedroom 2 bedrooms sleeping porch. Space SCHOOL SECTION-One I possession. 1st nad0 left part owner. 3-3aa3 _
TkOPZCALflHSusatthih ter Park. 4-8394. down for living quarters. Back of the older and better constructed house left. .
"W 21. & of property. Fruit; garage. 60x177 bungalow with screened lIving porch. yard WORZ towers. Last oa 7JOC ACTtES-wtB **4Tafte* Cer
.. a aM isiS. $ Huchl- ". Realtor 118 X. Rob- Sam Johnson Co. 208 Very convenient to shopping andla. slopes into lake. 12.000. O. C. frame homes. 3 lane bedrooms Shown 1u- Sunday. $ OOO. From glades arack land <*> hart rood

.1 U. Nubusoka.Suit. 47. Rooms fo Bent tntoiu 2-3153 lo.. 1.5.. . Nice Would make Stewart Realtor O'Neal Arcade spacious living room with fireplace I Owner. Andra B. Arden. and canal Win ast* ktas with **

IrTOBOtt* BOUND IP OreeaX fur lel.bbrbG."tred couple.Outoftown 9788. I, dining room. breakfast room. 2 NEAR BUS LINE and stores. 1110 lion t* bur. farm ud eittWed

.B*< 11 ". P AMELIA AYE614 X.-Corner r CLOSE nished.IN-Bungalow. Partly. Large owner ten for LAKE FRONT-Superb location on screened porches hardwood floors 40th St.. lust off Oranse Blossom eras pasture In lOS acr unx

oil a 9Uawy. .% 1st f pulsate entranc*; AGEIT SECTION Near trans screened Nicondlln.to 1.50. Phone 5159 to tee It. Audrey one of Orlando's beat lakes 2 I I plastered wans. 100 ft. tot some Trail. Newly decorated Inside Send fr circular Smith Isach. lot
New block Ph Iloo .tfa with Stlmpson-Staton I story artistic brick construction fruit convenient to shopping center Bring room Rt 1. Post t.r45ti.|
or.. _ _ 1. .a.. unfte. 4 churches Wet on on paved street. Priced at $10- and out 3 bedrooms.
Mu "A c. .,. a'I AMERICA ST.. 121 Le. r. l.t. $2750. A.note possession. See ba.lne. close la calf Bide. i beautifully landscaped lot 125x325 ft. 500. Harlow O. Fredrick. 118 N. dining room. bath kItchen. storage
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aid. C..fl Choirs .a" P' one. 135. I. buy. C7.5OO. Terms. Sam "ohnaCo. EAST-2-bedroom prewar eon.trelon. I Spacious living room. library, sunroom O .n.e. dial 8188. room screened front and back 53.1. Ranehea and:TlmbetUnd3JXM
wins. p.s.. 1 and Hlnton. Realtor. 15 Robinson: .. 208.. Msln. Most city .. dining room. breakfast room. "1t.. great to live In Orlando. !porches, garage with worr shop. 3
MEU.AAVL. 714 X3 lara bed- 7032. ts Make otter. 2628 X. Jefferaon. I, butlers pantry }* bath basementWith lots. $ .. Ph. owner 2-26TI *r7C77. LC554-P.s.eSd. so pa.od

rttltryAST sad rsims and Urine AVALON, BLVD. 446-New masonry EAST BIDE-Close to high. ( furnace. Upstairs 3 large bedrooms read iinnnln* waMr 34 au>*>
.pp DI. ....U Maid. construction. 3 bdrom tile bath: Beautiful 3-bedroom borne aoL !, and 3 aU tile baths. In ad- PAR AVE. W.-Y may not b* able from Orlana $4 per a*** .11 oar

Ct v. .I t per ,.. '.UI. .hlmmu. screen. CLNTOWMoua3bro. sills fan. floor furnace j I dillon to aU this there to a 2 bedroom to awn your own Golf Course but worth this price 14 roses s. A aAshr
H .I., constructed. Built-in i pl.c.. porches completely fur I{, garage apartment over a 3-car you can own this home next door t* HOME AND Il'fCOJa- Peter ReaMer. ear. CMrn!
"L a. CLOSE 'e.tara front
... P nr. Wen fur Venetian blinds: double . .. btt.low; I 2-car and tsrate. Such materials and workI one. New frame buncalow un-far- and Main 2-4T44.
atated. with garage garage
=Z.C.t $' g.i 1.3454. Keblnaen c Lk 30* & ner tot. 14000.. Open fo InipeV-UoB. laundry. Just a short walk to shoot ) II.hP..parm.tt. also furnished. $14.300. I manshlp as were put into this home kitchen.nlshed except 2 bedrooms.completely tile bath furnished..ndoaho.er. 3 blocks north *f Lake Eola. Attractive

I only. are not obtainable today at any 3-bedroom residence funishM. 54. Lots far Sale
and movie. Owner built under rigid
.k-T.'e.CONCORD A y 4$ X.-Room with BEVERLY i 831 N Orancc. Hamt.Brokpr price. U you are seeking a home forgracious circulating oil heater attached Immediate possession. Attic fan.
Brand In A-l
u. ., _private I home. SHORE new IDIPeCtOD. Jnnhn COD. f living or one which will ctrage. Price IU.oooCUlL Furnished 2-car garage apartment.Owner 3505511 ? A88I5flt35-I . $481
furniture. Tile i and |
r. 1. a CONcORDAJV&. 119 X-Nice room construction. 3 bedrooms. 2 aD-Ule i'ditoD Poppr, I fre mortgage. I| ESTHER 3 ST.or.r. of bath.Hamilton. also provide an excellent income. Brine your check book and left co. transferred reduces price each Csfl 4235

-. .Mo..... I ...1. t***. Really desirable. !%.f.eleetrt kitchen with I yea are discouraged tookinc- I, .rom.protete.pnh. Orlando .185.> yon should certainly Investigate* this Frank Creba.: nhitn Realtor.9.171O. 507 MetcalfBuIlding I to $13.500. Ask Asher Peter. Realtor. I BIO *Afti.iEZ-ss.04U: a. 44134T.
152. 00 terms. cash See
one. % Central and Main 20786.YOO'VE
.. urbat disposaL duo-therm !I We believe will AskInc cor.
BrlH. Wfcw I central one. you <'I Ic Blind .fl. .. 131 8. Kuhl. Lct4 mat at at 515usd.power *
o Ii Mr. Little with Harold ShepherdRealty
JK na IN-r- I nUa2."VJiUm"tractive price Exclusive with EAST SIDE-Clos* to. Two 5-room I Co. 20 East Washington St. PRINCETON SCHOOL SECTION Immeditte Crab_Call $..4aiwIU.
11. slev5td. fiI Robinson j '
.. 413 B. Re.UD ".Nlel' lot wen "a.r.lisir ; 11$ X. furnished hornet within walking Phone 5124. possession. 2-bedroom .* ::: ; .

*uis..os W. CONCORD AVE. 1413 X.-Front 0.cash 114ap. 73 ft. $11.- ; distance of Inks 101. $7500 each. home an 73 foot lot. Oak floors. I DREAMED *f owning a are tower. Bwy ywwr bo.asi'e as
en l.l per modern rambling ranch style bungalow
demble reeaa. Simmer mot1 A. Allison. and in this beaaufal eaetton and bsu4
Harlow o. __ wt lbral trm. Twin beds. Gas kitchen. Nicely of 3 bedrooms and 2 batna,
ill W. W. location. new Some to put Wa: er W
1i-H.---3fi-i.e-:; dial $ I Wahn.tn completely fumUbed. Excellent rear
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Oa. 11.n LAKE IVANHOE SECTION- tile construction on a big lake.
.4 **c* sad lUrk-aE 1"rnt. Near ltc .e' t ii.1 EAST to Colon Price only 88.9SO. Call Ray There are 3 acres and It fronts en 1 Rca* Investment Ca 4* M ')moe.
Yr Olndo.- COLLEGE PARK SECTION-5-roora SIJoDnln' I I Lennon with Jo O. Myers. Realtor. Av*. Orwtn Maner office 1KBOranc
r MM J 0.1. I. W.a modern frame bungalow all fur town.hop. .ubeU' Beautiful 2-bedroom. unfurnished Highway 17. There Is ample room for Ave
soso4 B.VERLY .. lovely kitchen 063* _. _
with
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. .M to* c. SHORTS-Brand new attached : paved ttreet home on 75' lot. extra lane living cabins or any other business. See ear "
_ ..1. .. a BI Desirable Near o'1.r room h. nlhP leaving .a.soil at once; ,I 2 bedrooms larce sleeping porch dln room. attached caraxe. attic fan. tile 1 sign on this property 3 miles north COStCORD AVE W -50 r. ise at
n.COD and r aueUty 'DdP' prcb w Glen Schist log room. Uvinc room and lot fronting bath and tile dralnboards in RUSSELL ST. Last house en right of MalUand. 21500. terms. M. J. W.aiWIsad. $505 U JBreter.
.. .W.. Q at ,East A .. I p14t.ly o.atr.. .!a. and II.nO.O tcrmt. A.1 'o Realtor. I en two ttreett. A really excellent ample closet space. .lkhP"1 I hand tide; off Conway Rd.-2 bed. MO. Broker 132 8. Main; phone 133 B Mala HCOLLZOC > t577

.; ..a ; 'CLOM W-Oeubto and single Uto kitchen. T b l.tb wtb Marl. Wilam. $106. 2. value at $11.300 tastefully fur. hopping center bus .. room bees, partly furnished; elec1trie 6977. PA* LOT8Th.tc Veil l ltocatcd

*, .t lake Of ta* Wat45 1it .t 614 Magnolia Avenue. carace apartment. 100ft and 8&Pho. nished. Cal O'Rarra-Moore. Realtor Princeton school. Stlmpson-Staton. stove. By owner. 85.000.ROSIMLRK..Attrsctlve I TODA Y'S SPECIAL-Suburban" i lots M pvd cm On

M'Ilsad 45gb. am.rfffY ' LodsZ exceptional car Lt" taken at the 2-0636. X. Pin*. Realtor Uetcalf Bide.. Phone 3139. well-built 3- miles oat in Tsft. Frame S-r_ Mock from Let Ivanhae max* Aiatlltles

$--._ _._ _ _ _ American Flan-Betel Asalea riding hone """ton of .t..bl..h COLONIALTOWN price of one Good-Two hOI. t ELIZABETH ST.-2 blocks to Princeton I bedroom. 1H bath borne In tip-top .! bungalow.. 10 tots. Approximately 2 m. nly $i .c0 c a 1 )
built L O P *
_ _ _. fishIng. by wner. If you One 3-room add school. 3-bedroora frame eeadltlon. hares lot with nice shade. acres. Batane .... Furnished far Nevman sale manaarr woo
ttn. W .. l.ntt fteeicepuonal quality be Jt lie. 10.5. 4-room and I.U. borne. In landscaped yard shrubs and fruit trees. Spacious 2.. $ .. Herman Goodwin lac., Brw- Realtor 40 last Pin phor >1JDZUUTBY

.p.r .. .c P this .. Prt" is $26-250 SeVMr! hou furnished. This Is r.U bt t Larte P.DCe. 2 screened prrhH LAKE FRONT-Desltned and built { carat and laundry. Good neighborhood ker677 N. Orange. 9855 or 6MO. 8T -Wooded 34-f' reel..e
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I ,2 I J. _. H.r Shepherd Realty colBEVERLY I I bargain priced at 89.3OO. $4 OOO ..b f ventilating fan. Bargain at for one who demands and can and convenient to but. stores NEW 2-BEDROOM: comer tot. sod tot IM A deep Pavemeat 115-
45.. h"a. Mih I. Phone $ Mr. Busch with Bam Hutchins. 4. Bee tht. Call Ben F. Field with H. afford the best In livtnc. In finsI i i and tchooL Owner must I leave says i water electricity; near bus store Excellent aufhbrhoodprte nnrcanDVB3OREAD
.r-,1 U S. Orange; 2-0583. P. Reltr &1 N. O.DI. surroundings on lake for (I t make offrr. ImmedIate occupancy. and school. 1283$. cash or terms or *. Can Ben F Picks WIBeiaad. S P
_ _ _ .-0 cf la Bammar ".. 8HOa 8N-- charming Dutch tiled roof. 2 fine bedrooms. 2 : :-'. j ington. riaaa BM pneoe 3-4M1
r I. .. COUNTRY CLUB HARRISON ST.-A ji
S aECOJ-
rrp Pam. tiled Carrara class
t. baths one -one .0f'e.e-
Y 1M te. in 1941. 2 extra the fin home Colonial home completely farDIt i I CUUH1MI
P _ _ _ 5ACt3 AVB. 11.u(. blTLt. I large living gtorie til* Til ed and located on one of Orl..do' mahogany paneled den are tome of SOUTHwrST* U a clean and ttoo. Large tot* tow as ta e**
-: (_0 I., f. k. screened ro.; tore .living COttO., .r..a most beautiful streets. 3 bdrom. Its festures. Shown by appointment. roomy bom of 2 bedrooms. sleep-i BELIEVE rr OR NOT- terms. Pay lasnlhe sN tot Paid
.=. .s tint flan prtat f0". * Furnace, beat5" porch 3 bedrooms. sun room 1H b.th. Robert 8. Hney with Robert R Tyra. tog pOrch. front porch bath. 2 kitchiw. fr when bniMlM manriaaj b teems
ajt laatatM Bt. Blikbpn .a.t*. . tile lt with ;."" ta .r.e.rooms Tile maids p.1..ne.. Large b.th.. 100x150. There Is nothing to Realtor. 13 W. Washington 174. Site flowers and ysrd. 2 eargarage. 'i I offer a new modern 2-bedroom available. Pmpcity hi thla hhsh class

piawan Matcher. o. L 111 T vm. blln4E 1' well ''BdeP < lot. None b.tb landscaped ground L. ar. with this for Tpr.a..I.bl. furnished for a .5OO. ThIs congret block residence on a pretty net ton ta bawnd t* sours. rapidly
rWrta ..a it a O ebasi. ac OtuiUm. Ciii.bolero t. I(lo 817.500. Well Belies I W. B. Nicholson. :rr: cm *. Allen 12.0. 10 LAKE DAVIS SECTION-Not new bat can easily brtoc ta Income by rent- Orlando lake for $4950; $2150 cash. la vahM. Buy tay aha thw
alter a p.m.. Passe nu or Investment 'mane.. Maln; 2-1619. 8612. "Specialism I in A-l shape and nicely furnished. Ins one bedroom and one kitchen. $50 per month. Ask Asher Peter. Increase We have ***** htaatifoi
far a.. Phone c 2 8 Hom.Oan. Electric kitchen. Ready for immediate Harlow O. Fredrick lit N. Oranse. Realtor, cor. Central and Main Ian tot rieht *n UM self iwsirii

IwO..L Xs-..t Morkl II. 113C1& HARDING AVE 2-bedroom frame occupancy. Five rooms high tot *n dial "I'. 0786. a-I Water ttchta. tas and bus aiaftabasPared.
r sad si$ aw- Will sell paved street. 151150 00. 11500.00 will "11'* great to UT* In Orlando. : Carr -n Balaad. Qaaxa.Carrtaaa .
r.r. merest.. L. r PA-R are ll CLG& PARK-A 2-bedroom.living bouse. Partially .Ut. t handle. O'Harra-Moore. Realton. i I I BMs. rT2 K Qrapu. 3431 -
finish *
-a. 'lilt .. 3 dm.n ktb. Ul bath as Is for 10. 2-230. lao X. Pine.MAITLANDWINTER. t built hoI .. i iI ;; eventnns. 3-2334 :
Wk. SOOTH New
u11idecity
iau- Single U **8mhootClo.eta are with tub .ho.e. front suit LocateS Just masonry MINK ARE YOUR NFW DREAM !
W. . 1 eU aur. 10 the lot 73-ft. frontage. Oat screened porch. car attached cerate limit University HlllhU.c" PARK LINE- I 9 room. and bath Greens fuel. ;, HOMES-Dubsdread and Orwtn : EDOTWATER RB3nTTS 41-fast
mtt II
.- ..'I. *_Groves A**. LaniMttr .. f 2 h cat floor furnace nice arc lights wste.P000e $ llv New house. Large screened porch. ':''Let. 100145.. Immediate possession. .. Manor. Two large bedrooms be... I fractage a* Bead is* D', i 6651
ClANGS A, B. bssti. .au. are pnn. tae Completely furnished. This Is automatic hot water heater. Butane A rood bay at tMSO. terms. Jim U. tnT bath kitchen with lots of cabinets Lake Adslr Al SMment :m aol
Coat Jn- * n. Realtor. A home and exceptionally ... hardwood floors. Lot 50183 ft. Caldwell with Asher Peter. Realtor paWI A dentrabto phM in 'lw it -tee
?? windews. privs14 j 140 N. .tuuu. KENTUCKY AVE.. 1993 Winter : spacious tiring room; breakfastroom .
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a. T. bitt, ta lMlr IMBM. von 612.SpeclaHxtna: h Home*. ... 1n' .D clean Inside and oL Well Para Just at Fairbanks.. Only $425O. terms. A. C. Golden. I cor. Central and Maim 2-O7M. ..r.... screened porch lawn city* beat residential are*< tfaaVt.stety
J.. t'ottsa' odvfr.. 1* room."a& COLLEGE 't.ae let ns show ,. home need 3 lath rooms. It .I Broker 1131 N. Orlando Ave., (near i SOUTHEAST SECTION-Frame daI I an planted. Lifetime masonry construction priced can wnr. Macl

B5C PA""oe 2-bedroom .14 you farther d.t.l. Harlow yon to drive by this attractivebouse. Mainland underpass). Winter Park. plex partly furnished. Bus 11... : asphalt shingled roof: copper Lawrence. 4141_ _ _ _ c-
BM.f and pay yon
..rMlil*= _. 4MM ...Iat ._. '.&. T. Completely furnlsnfwlth ca-- Pr 11$ N. 01... dial has 2 bedrooms and sleep Open Bunday. Near schools. S9.SOO. terms. Lola water pipes automatic hot water FERKCREEK AT rsnlU5T. 555

tn atra, ,M -nuts u bl e.ntn$8' . *n electric -$16ire$ log I Just cempleuly ..or.L MICHIGAN AND DELANEY Section. Royal. Broker. 2-0 72. i heater. Paved street convenient to 134: hieh ana dry ar sebset i
.tic C treat five la pcb.
ItM 1 Orlando,0 ... S transportation. ERA financed for Suitable far bsmt. Martcaec* fator
. TMCA AttTMttTO iwoma'fo? 'L C. P. Sh1mw. ed out floors N. bungalow: til* construction. SOUTHEAST Only II blocks from
Q. and I bedrooms front civilians ar GFs $8400. Call Winter *. Bartaia. cash *r tares* PIes
*50*. **" ": .OD": new Ilu. .. kitchen 1.t rooms : screened city balL Excellent condition frame
r ... CLOSE IS-Duplex.2321. CHEROKEE PARK SECTION-Attractive Nicely 3 "arln perch; **k floors. Nice ton kitchen transtlow of a rooms. 2 baths paved Park 208-MX: or drive oat to trsd far car Owns Oewre 5ae.
10 rooms; 4 buncatow. larc f and tr_. garden .tt fish Paved and breakfast nook. Venetian blinds street on baa hoc. Now rented for 2O41 Jewel Ave. Open every day. I4oiFAUtYttJA 45. WssIaa.

rl.?. 133 BL _.XxcepttonaBy .t.P.t Over $100 a Bath lr4.0 Doors arM street city and school p', an. electric refrigerator electric stove $72.90 monthly. A real buy at A REAL DREAM HOUSE-Unusual PAblo

.witS ar *uh ut art. 1t ..w.pl\ porch with work block drut-sundry end croccry store sad water healer with sal. otherwise ...000 with H cash. 8r* Mr. Stewartwith design on tare lot. 2 bedrooms. I. seSool. Let. I $ 54 si4
...- rate*. itr.d $ c I H very nice condition Inside and wut. 4 blocks. The house Is vacant and nfurniahed. 2- .r ..r.... Fruit. A Harold Shepherd Realty Co. New block construction and every 0P. Owner PhasM 1'4I

M A WTKK-Lane. eoeafortabto Church- a .. Nellie Cherry.. . 11 F. A Allison. Brke. 31 w* have the key. 8C.950. H.lw (I.Fn.drlek cood buy... 2t.3 :{- Sam .Johnson 20 B. Washington 81 Phono 812- other detail which will Interest ,.. LAKE FKMTT LOT* I * aTt
_rat.Go bo* Ma.. cn 2-O93aT SI 11$ dial C* 8. "cal-un furnishings oat ofIde
CONWAy8yoN. I Jrbr. J. SUBURBAN-For $. The are treat 440B ta 9fJaa. Be-* *-' r' -
404 CTAWTAYErwtnter Pirk-qC: : tore lot boon. so CITY LIMITS.-Furnished new cot : 515*. NORTh isIDB You can buy this 2 into a completed furnished framebunialow. I world and Include an alt-electric thai Uk frwnt hww. > t- t$*tta*
tort ream wtth prlvat bathe and la with Uacem from collate tage. Oak floors modern b.th bedroom pew boats for $4.400. See 2 bedrooms classed enclosed 818OO kitchen. A price that wU Interest Breker. 143 a. Meant 384

Law .. Ray rear. $5930 with r- Rosa gas kitchen 0 heater. $1.000 KALE? SECTION-2 bedraoms. fur.nished. It si *ac*. Welter W. Rose Investment sleeping porch. Total price you. Good terms. Call George -

.,..a.. :At rM 3roker. 31. O Ito ta. Realty, Church, ..II ala. UI. chrtsmaaReal C*. 49 N. Orsnte Ave. OrwinMaaar 43.SOO. KIn Real Estate. 30 X. Painter with Asher Peter. Realtor.. Continued On Next riceJr )
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Ie Property for Sale U..Ueal
Irm Estate Wanted 6 0. Boriness Opportunities_ 60. Business Opportunities 65. HelD \7ant d-:Male 74. Autos-Tratrtrs? Wanted
PAftK- Mstarf. rev I I 76. fralim-Trackt for Sale
...,' aaaaiwort Drive thro APARTMLIIT-5.sqsrn. wctien. T BCSCtESS LISTINGS W FOR inati Satnuitt1.'tarORLAltDo.
- .m. Iii 3vl* tjeoatlfal M'k 100 *h ". aiM I bedroom .anvn ".. AN. I SA OR U&U work I OFFER 'on of the finest and I YOUNG MEN fer store room work FILLET MOTORS IXC.. will buy. tell HOUSE TRAIeiit..dLceps
ft. with 4
I .n..I. -et 110.0 t cpi- without question th. ; air conditioned
Lot most
7UJ7J. ofl. I Must hT high school FLORIDA
$1 't locom education.
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HJ Moat, Broker133 us tal. for *- production for sash ful or trade your car for the hich heated Tloor. electric .
drug
aiaathly. stores in
LMJ*>oe 6mfJUCrFKOlCT W *,. Tlia I*K.tood Coa15ct . proposition David Andrews. Realtor; do. .llta operated.. LtM.D offering real Ol..do.,. T;; Cafeteria.Apply to manager of Morrison I I dolls Bee a* at 200 W. Central or .r.... awnings beautiful interior RUN.. JULY 0. JUT Pa1S
Jtfftnoa. fui.
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lo Winter Park. 659. Phone
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I.OT-al P TU. R 1-1449. C. Fa between I U worth asked. If you are make torn family a fine hm.

. Mtte Street and too feet feet aa .. .1. BUNGALOWS .r still I demand. I nd Winter PaL Louis E. G.bl lust window shopping please do not: UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY ft ....* FRANK REED raii know sew Homer 8ewll. Altamoat 8priniph 7*. TrallenfTmrka for SaW

ta.* KwteraM aavvw; tireei, aeea *. I A 7-OSuS PrOs- you have o. action Owner. 1 J\lac Building. Iho waste your tune mine No phone college graduate who majored in. ttt the lUsh dolls for '*ur iiI; .n._WlnterP__ rk8-8394_ .
aa. aloe oak .Si and aa oa* SrI,T"o'* AT*. sad a* atet It. bans buyer for 2 8383. '__ f alls.'"5lnce I o"45 west Central; accounting. Single free to tfavel to or etttlty. Cash la tiv* minutes Why HOUSE TRAILER VAGABOND *-.. aaattratttta .
eaeeUvwl .. and J bedroom Loren Dunn. Broken. Avenue Prescott Miami. Jacksonville. live >D twtyt Gin 30 fL Peerless.
: l.1d. a lod T> I. Broker Tamp Transportstkm at a Chance +
; eetne bAN 9555 .
tern a.184) QUEST HOME duplex. Close in, ltH sleeps 4; mel amain. Priced e i
:.er..so. &* Ooeaoa) I.rf." a laUBat Os PIS05OI low I l IN. Brown... .... __. Loris rooms or excellent curroundtnss : OPPORTUNITY furnished. Starting salary lOt W Grosses Blossom Trsll.TM3.OOOD :. hick tale. Wtaiert Trailer Bale for. neater Parch awatrai sad se0..

I. M f Cewtra! __ .t a..a. M. Lrl wIth Htr- BUNOAW LISTINGS-Also apart. Mr. with Henry highest bid KXoU' T.I 82400-82700. Excellent promotion poeIabilities CSKD cAlC rrem Individual. 33rd and Ortet Blossom Trail) ask *IB... awaiatt ntctatt. 5545.
CAEK HOWKLL o.. BeI; In H. opportnniUes.. BnUe. bl ; pension plan troop 1..uranct. .: Price mutt be Mtht Apply Cundtr P dlnhei. TMddUM. ear hitch 1oes '
H.a7 i7lt5a ar- bU. Burch. Brkr Main: 2-10. plant Must have for Mr. Rld.out.tIlfttRJlfATtOJifALIt44.. lit ::
cmplt cold physical MJO
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lor*. lakefroat Mo . trove home I.WU r. 0 m.naaurt lf 0' Virginia Dr.. SI rinM O. .:
I WaatMwIvtew -..adIag cLOSE IK Ca W land. Broker; h: .. GROCERY Good fcxttioa doing 1 -. .0 1 I' July requirement. aptitude* and person ll "'-*". 1H I a "iii
al Uk. Ideal for cowa.owaor md* Into 2 going business for 1or .1It, Employer will be Canada Dry : OET CAaM 8 "mHtrtES.-rAay .
SI .. thIiS .11.. of Orlaade Me tocom _BUNGALOWS-Have I buyers for 844)00.) per month gross bu.I. 2 husU.r. Come in .and look Bottling Co. If qualified telephone roakt ar nedet. BtatUn..lu.ndn ton tttk body Also. Tfirpln 4 Backer trailer aiafcltw .

C.l.ct 418 BroadIUM II room*. S leb. C..tnn. not": houses between It and 112.OOO.: lease 16 per moat over. 31 W. Carter St. 1 collect .. M. Buck. 103 South Frank. Motor 501 :4. OrtnK Av*. Pbone 1938 pickup 8125. See 137 8. Bro48t 147 FrttMau-e 4 barrtar aa*. .

,j war ).. .1. * One cash buyer eODcrt block fa'are. See te price with ask : tin St.. Tampa phon M-3137. '878. . __ _.-__- .... .. Tavar**..Fla...Ph. 100 White 16 ft. loaf. eoaiaawd wtti -.etfl.
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.> a 0d. 100x210 Many bom. around 12.0. have M. Ltt.. GRAND NEIGHBORHOOD grocery- PONtIAC WANTED-1 modela Includin INDIAN CHIEF-1941, IS ft. Ion brtkwtJ4 a54 belOw sqeis.S t
Harold Shepherd 20 *
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B with living
I.AcAmw I- ... fcnna. atker* .Mr a> ke..bl BTopertr monry ;b rout Washington St. Rat & make. considered quarters Close priced mIo.m.rkea !6. Sales Help Wanted 1M7. Or Old*. Dodd* Mother P 3 complete room*. Equipped witheverything. S Jalea.. eceapiew. Wtaaan Trat

tat aw* owl ot aU owner aar* Bt*. I you, O. F. :1rOrok8r.N. ,Mills;; $12. I r.b& from S1S.OOO to rleta car. eUvtrt Pontla 63 i Only 8993 Easy term.

teU Tat I* yaa .... 'or :lbs alt Co.. E. J GAB STATION, Downtown location. V. SteI,. Broker. BEER SALESMAN-Attractive sslts I Went Coionlal' .Ave. Frank Rred Trailer Sales 101 MOrsnt
fa* aantriOan tee Mattlo ... GROVES-HOMES-BUSINESS List; A"." busy Itrudla Good 118.00. 45 West letup; do not apply unless esperieneed S Blo_*om Trail.. .
your property with brand of isa. S3.500.Clyde 1.1 2-108. C.ntr.1 IMMEDIATE MUVCRYMILLS
lUaltM) Waahiaato. COLONIAL DRITE...Hotel aitresslv; Arthur See. 101 w. South.
wIth
S1 2 555, an Realtor Cbenault at Jennlnss. McKenxleBroker.. 12 8. Main COMBINATION ROtr COACH. ,lt* 143. IS' 3
raoa* Ea..f.. 'ald.. S3 672 N. Orance Are. Phone '1.l.. St.i 2-4775 ling station. REAtA.F, DEALER WANTED for selling'Fuller R. .. EVANS PATS MOREDror room permaaent bed **...

: ZT1)ou1WTt.t4wse1 iatertakea. =. slats root., b ie-*.: GROVES Home w Ine. Grossed over 870000 in 1946. 'I Brushes Car necessary. Contact W. Into ant one Of our I Orlsndo rendition Oood .o I foUHnt
=I I .b.pop Price N. Hockett. 229 Ridtewood chairs. coffee table throw rat*, etc.,
S13.5OO. At
ty Exclusive with Jan *
*. Lane If Just beyond I .
Jot location for n Appraisal or phone
ooavealenc* tldf .t .lt .uu e OR\0t"RT .. Phone 2-0372. included for aulrk .Ie.! Vern
a Bro 235 N. Main ICE
I 7559.
.Vbl.d ta*. cirOsslos or : m* I buyer ." : a bu. corner. ; 5296. Penberth, Lot 30 Carolina Moon CREAM
I ... c 1 awat haiue. Shows by = I H. Kaxaroa. $.7 N. Orance; Grossing Si. per Much REAL ESTATE SALESMEN park.

I I ______ sal?. (71000 C McKraue. : 099OROUES. Pb J rift her in Winter lontb Good l..s. 61. Bank Loan -Service*_ .re making less than 86000 yearly you, ,L Trailer .
p AHOCUSTARD
l1f r I 1I.13 S blob : 'I. N ow. here is the "P. Off" Wit have a real estate license, M 8YBTEM. 494ft. 3 complete room.
I rtaat wi tot two I I a tar, WTKSOTLMOtOR.S want deli
4 a WANTm-W. need 2, 3 and. the sale of the ba.tes we can FIRST NATIONAL BANK Installment torn sales ability and not, afraid 10wrk. I ran. Will pay top floliar '00 H.I Venetian blind bottled ta*. international
.nIWAn" DRWltbl. I 4 bedroom you a lease at rental on loan department makes t have better with alt tonaition. -, MACHINES;
: -
home
B"1 or Per.I a proposition to offer Mills. off Colonial Dr. _..
4I.- f .. 'It.. 1.1. I furnished priced faed. _. a residence across the street Offered sonal loans. auto loan I that will satisfy you. Plenty Uitlflu I I ' ,. Excellent condition Inqtlre el.
; ... S. 0. 1044143.. . o. :Jo* O. Myers. Realtor. 29 W. WaanlactOB. and recommended by Harlow O.Fredrick. auto. make appliance loan homeor I and client ft.d70 bar M dosS Or- SPOt'CASH PAm for "or.e d ear. flee Lets Ellen Trotter Park. ** ma; Fre* tftotaMafJara aaM 8rNaM
PT01.U. "
I a>te*. _rvWo *la. I. c Arwwod.Me O K l ...O7MMTATB Dial 5111 01 6638. 118 K. Or.DI. dial 8188. business Improvement loam. FitS lay. Since 1912. Contact J. P. See J.** C McKellar 'lout ParkardDealer. herth Lee loans l 01 loans on a plan designedto I 342 N. Orange Avt. Phone
; 10 to 12. 143 N. Main: 5809 I SHAMROCK. 4'wheel utlBt
_d .r'_ ; WITH tWCOUB &.U. mer save you money. 4th floor Elevator jt5i ifES-No .tto"l 5147. trailer. 7tll rack. 918 K 11111 Av*. SUNSHINE SALttOa
I
IOB I* la Winter Pork OROY.n c.D..I Service. Open. 9-4 except Saturday I GET TOP CASH PRICE for
f.I.t. ; test galregardlesa ;S eel
. of .. brlM .. ar. HOWE WANTED-W* bans .r nt return 9-12. tition. Men. women all ate I : Zxcl.. ailSJs
AMraetlvo ottnte trer* I of make or model. UsedCtt
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**** SI H"* O. Uiree aer** at ... sad BBderclopetf I for 2 3 and drl; on investment. Well lo.td. '12. be proud to handle till new Exchange '18 W. Washintwa sTtfDEsAiEN.4s. Practically newdual .

sIwis ..1.... A .1 l> .reetdeac witS; home* la food I.Ua.. Call Lola Royal. Broker 2-72. INSTALLMENT LOANS ost Foe lid Car. 930 Bay Drive Miami Beach St. Phone 2-2883. I wheel tilth stake body Co' tee M.. .

"aJ-ii I *'' sod alio a IU." Mats Nicholson. latr. 2-119. 14 a GROCERY STORES "eU jo.t at First National Bank. Comp.rethese Fla BADLY'if"NEr.D of i46 and 19" 812OO_ sell 61.650. Be< tOO_8-atl.
A H5S Bt
O >we *..1 soniC .the 1,5,1 1280. SS5OO. S9000. Will Ime costs. When the loan it for! SALESMAN. -Venetian blind and I automobile and older cart. Barley; $ fcm: all alufnlnura P. O. Bttr. .

_. t Into RUl Uk HouMheld t Ropr Realty Church and S 100. you get 8 83-P'71II.nll s 8.34 porch shades Car necessary. Apply, Wadi worth. $1S N. Oftai Avt. trailer built t* last a lifetime
IvrattBr the sales price UOU8K WANTED-.We hr.ro.ci I Main; 8 150. you set 139-P'7ment. 12 50 Charles Venetian Blinds 1603 Edge- phone 8597 I Stave soc used 90 dty*. Plrt' -

ucaW r ? .", whIch M for this close of for modern S and homesI sportin cood 200. you set 18S.-Payments 16.67 I water Dr. $ .350 takes It This one wont last :
ORO1Y-M.rket
.. ....l. on,. MtUiiLl-HP5SiT* "It.r. 1.I I your louse It for tale call I fic Italn. en drinks. Doing ( 300. yon get 279-P'7m.ata 25.OO SALEsMEN-lnn.Un. this new ON-THE-SPOT CASH PAID for soodclfsn Easy term Frank Reed Trailer Sales. -
a. . 0.. WMHlB ua $" rU 11M Realtor. 140 N. Oracle;;I g lu.le U Store. S 400. you get 372-Payments 33.34 I postwar fluorescent light fixture I used cars. Jim Cumbl Car*. an I H Ortne BlQMOta Tr U.

.: amid. ***y .. For 8613. "BnilohulaitflHomes._ 27x37. rom. eupp. S 50O. yon get 465-Payment** 41 67 proposition. Excellent. Immediate tOt North Orange Avenue.. Phoa TRAILLK8NsaadussC1 1947 JULY SALE :
a.t.ur.nt
.., ,BH flrmany ..ad Dries la*. : 15x37. 81000. you get money 2-4521
OCKaT iYEron. and room. 930-Payments 83.34 I making possibilities Home, American. lUll ronplt Net
HOMa to .cr..e bua Pop 1.
lUafcor . .l eUBt -T rr ( *.*.la.. .I Ir. erty, nice clean stock and Above monthly payment 12 month.. offices stores need it See Mr. BUSINESS IS OOOD-Cart I"". Premier. ".ts. Accessor1.
B 11 f I
I troaad A I.u. property appraisal and proirtal .e all IUo. H c.sh Howard.Broker.. Psjmenu for 15 months are mailer.. Brockman today. AvalOn Hotel. Room i hither than ever before Cash Coleman and Prewty Steve part*. BIG -

'AR aI* KBowie*. '* .. .'. .I'sics 1 &. 11..1.; tion. Sam A. Hut1 Broker. 409 I 306 M.I: Figures include life insurance to py 244. _ immeditttly. SOP m... at Martia'i twnlnt*. dollir fan*, bottled eai. SAV1)I

Te* Bie Deieo WI. r A. emceUent plee of. 0. a. O .a. l-ln. GUEST HOE3 blocks of Orange loan in ras of death. The First I IF YOU ARE AMBITIOUS you- -can Used Car. 101 N Main 8409 (rank*, ete Ankne Trailer Sales,.

p.iui o . eroa slid Crter. ..r 'I.. LISTINGS W ANDnt : Ave. Cu.n.r plus 6-bed-: National Bank at Orlando. 4th floor. make rood money with a Rawlelgh DONT BELL for less than w* wit I 8. Oraa** BloMom. Trad aed O 8 r

._ .. .... Fiae. C.1 A T. C .1.n, In*. x. P. II.Tn Ratr. .ae room home to r.nt 816.500. Terms business In city of Orlando and I pO). Oet all you eaR for your old I 17.11.
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.s.II&. ." fiAtKtS CftVi.tory..r.r?tll. Puns 8t. .honl IU. : Wilbur Strck.Dd Broker; 23 W. I several nearby localities W* help car' while the letting It still toodBhoa MANY
asni5L tIiSl0. .. hollow tu LI'TINOS WANTED W Church: 075. 6%. Loan Up to $300 .70U get started; No e1lperl.n..41. around then sell it here at 0many IT8MSTH
C.rd.. l.ao I. aaea-ena bnlldiB h. ed to start Steady work Write RawIHthi other have done. Central a Florida
.. ..Uh fr .. Client Interested la 3 and 4 GAS -
I outs **eacy 2 STATION-P.nt. lcuo AUTO. Furniture. Dept. Fit. 180 Motors. I.. P. H.... phone S3701 THE
I ... O.... 3.411.itat. a. reptin sad fUUac It .IU. ApproiWaitely : hdre. city front home sb List suburban with 00. ulu.. lU r..n Economy Finance Diamond Company.loans J. P,. Tenn. 2. MemphIs. LATEST GOSSIP ScS l'
property .ne .
-if-M" .' I "' as.11 balldla with ACt attention pro.re. Ver- Gaidner Real Estate. 29 8. Court Burger Manager. 1006 Metcalf BuildInt I

f... ea r$ 'Htt..'I. toe. .It It. **w.01 Auac,. Realtor. 29 Eu I Phone 2-41. Phone 2-0339. 67. Employment Agencies 75. Used Cars for Sale : ABOUT TOWN RADIO.PHISS ,

.t .0.IdSfl1Wf bBiiduu be sold 'e oy Church Street. Phone 7 33. GULF STATION-Restaurant. beer CASH LOANS-Quickly made on furniture

cic&Aa-Jp Uel) aiercBBdUlnt I.Ua. LISTINGS WANTEU.-Borne*, trove and wine Good truck Stop on autos and diamond Or BROWNS EMPLOYMENT AGENCY-: AUTOMOBILE AUCTION Every ,
A,.. In Ins .,. prtaiaU ca be A1 rentals Let as help you tell Highway Selling price l lando. own Home Finance Co.. 314 I And Nurses Reslstry. It you want;I Tuesday 1 P m. sharp; 200 to tOO ir
YOU
,. huts. m.. H i. ea be .. ,..tori* a. .. Ra. property. Hall Atency. M. Include 1. Inventory and 1.500. Metcalf Bid, Dial 2-0304. work come to 515 W. CentraL If yoa cart and truck will lie for .ale-w* WANT A CLEAN CAR S .COMBrNkr1I .

._. 0.5L. -* .I.e.la baUdla ; Ormse. dial Bro. 11 meaL Rent 879 for eutp LOANS MADE from 110 to t-HHr. want help. call 6326. had on. .f our larl'l' sales las SEE HARLEY WADSWORTH Fal

"lb s fc iuX. MI. .. Across street I* quarter and 10r.mont Go leas*. Edward strict privacn fast service. Family Tuesday we are telling Iota of ..004r.n S TABLE APPUANOM
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al lO t. hotel block from Mack. Finance 69. Work Wanted-Female for private owner*-remember
0.0.0 .* 8Ut Ba. ; Service. Inc.. 32 W. Central
I t 2306. Ph 6.t you can buy ran with lea than 500
.Mk M. i p.fn".Uro. .n. and Ave. Phone 9857. ir
LXSTINOS YOU
ua 4.
... One-hall WANTED-W* hsv a COMPANION: NURSE Widow mile on them to inS oldest tr mtde WANT TO'SELL: 'loc td-deiHr j -
Maw .nis' .1 .I. and ,
$rarery, dm 'W, .rUal list for desirable proper- H01JXompIKel equipped. bed 'QUICK CASH LOANS Furniture. 8 year old chIld Lir anyone can buy or sell hire *
ll in. Reply YOUR CAR
.t. tie SEE
portmeat. Ro. Kay Broker 1946 over 815.- note and auto loans. 2-hour yea need a car
wn-L'i-- MO. you Andenon lien Box 112 S-Star. or want to sell acar.
.iM I I 055$ to *lor la .ni?* town 375 K. Orange. 6 0.0. Cash payment a* low as I ice Family Loan Co. 501 Florida be her Tuesday-we will help HARLEY WADSWORTH AUTOMATIC J- .
p. .a.' C.nlasa I. a rich .r aecttoa vber ii. and terms arransed on bal Bank. Bid*., n. W. .. manaser. CAPABLE business woman office you set the job don ritht. Ooft

!I. .. I now a d'.a.o.ddltlul line of 5%.- Photographs and com Phone 2-1661. manager bookkeeper credit and Automobile Auction Co., Lakeland ELECTRIC *ini i

u.s. Sis-.e.-l 11 ., ...e.. los ;33d."ntd H.I.CU. T.,. Bp.J lOTCPe.' R.tr.I t 5613.sell tarn and tall plete...detail Realtor.at 501 our Uetcalf otlice Building.Frank NEED on your 8100 QUICKLY own security.?-Get It Florid.her flr.tnclal references. responsible experience position.seeks permanent Highest-I CHEVROLET Florida 1940. special delux; YOUCAN PRESSURE COOIlS ._

*.* !SI .5l, 5 .. . Bln. 31. .ldenco ring_sine. o. ICE CRE PARLOR and rill. With Credit 21 W. pta 1st stairway east Box 99 S-Star. i 11I50. 217 W. Concorll. .
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.r.*. ISIS 110. la 7. Reaaon aeUtnc OCR PROSPECTS ice machinery. Located in of Grand Theatre PRACTICAL NURSE. 14 year ex Cl1IYROLfTi35Maiter _ BUY OR SELL Aba
C. "
looking for
I )-' _ ., .hsv. Isluer 51.11cr., and income a ; heart of city. Long teasel good perience. Referencet. 735 Easy 6, tudor .

iUhlo t ot w -_ WTOvM Jlvuiw TPRET-D t' h.101.Olt Clyde )tK.ne prpn7. What.. ,tUr on investment. Owner must (rp. I MODERN LOAN SERVICE, one Strftt. runs Good tood condition 12 0. 111; solid Hillside.steel tap: HERE WITH CONFIDENCE j 0 SINKS AND cADIS*$i.

.** $1. I !a 8. Phone to Iles. C. P. WIDOW-Middle aged, experienced. .
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M atore*. . Will
45.4 C.ss.rs 41o1 incooM over 1.0. -- n '- of Florida' oldest and molt manage guest home. College 4 0 JXECTHIC WAT1K
= albl experienced
..l *0.s Ct00I I. .. . ? LISTINGS 2-3282. education. Pleasing personality. Beat mechanically 8245. Wykytyl Mo -
Pflsid I 1.dl. SAL WANTED Borne LAKE of references. Write Box 110 tors. 700 N. Mills. HEATERS I It
50.551. 'z.o "ri. farm small loan and S-8tar HARLEY WADSWORTH ;
: co and lots. You APK camp. finance -
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I III Mr may
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a ua "". D"I. RetUtcred depend on our experience for Hous e.bin CHEVROLET 1947 Town Sedan
Broker338. : handling of selling our correct building. A-l bat. lurbr.. companies. Private offices. Confidential 70. Work WantedlaleACCOUNTANT'BOOItltEEPER: Driven less than 100 miles. Will tell 811 N. ORANGE S FANS 1l'n '
lrepertf.r I IXCOMK-PR is** loans Increase detai. more. Money maker. excellent or trade. Terms arrtnted. R 8 I. mi

cltl ta from ..-ol er. "dluU-H.al. Realtor clhn.15 p. term Betty Trent Ev.n.r.bt Bro.e. service. No delay. Term to suit _Now Evans. 400 N. Orantt Ave. Ph. 4771 PHONE 158 0

Cy nan Rtm 111" lot w. hare a 26-room. two-utry; Wu.tD St 349 N. Orlando Ave. Winter p.rk employed with Tne Aluminum Co. CADILLAC 1939 Like new. Central S
*.iltas. frm buiVdlo A InTettmeat 618. your Income. Acceptance Corporationof of American. Alcoa Tenn. HavE to Florida Motors Jefferson and Oar* Reduction *

: ".. s.ifuIs.1li.tsoowtco _ I for aomeone that .pead aom* Wa NEED YOUR HOUSE LAKE FRONT-OROVE Chicken change locations due to wife health land dial 22424.CILVROLZF ._ .,
aioaey far Improvement t selL Ranch. Florida. Home office at Have been with the above firm for
taromo Call Old-fashioned 480 N. -
We rambling 7roora. 1939
PwD us- will com e Boward. 2-door. Very
!! t2230O moath. ( * 3-bedroom house all past five years. Am 30 year old and ft I
.n. a aa dial 7325WE nice. Central Florida Motor Jtffrrson -
.. .iat 1 .I a romo of t&OOOO .tl. To SitU approximately mo.m Orange Avenue in Orlando. Phone can give A-l reference Would like Upto50%
. .. . priced with HAVE BUYERS: groves cOD.en.nr. permanent employment with reliable snitparilnd.dtai2-2424._ LOANS LOANS LOANS
.nUn
*- &'fl r. I.S.0.s.I I 1J chicken house ; S
business elt. firm DODOE-1936. new tires esceimechanIcal .,
0..5i lb. _l ., full .tn properties For and runs. 3 Owner 7138. Office at Cocoa Winter Ha- in Fla. Jinuni Walker. 500
*tl2S P. ,
may
I. ana 0 immediate sal list with Ipe Al. take less .er. 120. Lodge St. c-o V. Morn Leesburg. condition. 8295. OtIs 'f
ure WUIM 'n' | phone Har.Wo. 10 J I. e.U Oould with Ine. 142 N. OarisAd.dlaI
. I- RPltr. 37 W. Johnston ea yen and St. Cloud. same Fla 24347.
l W.sln.tD Broker. 6 W.. service! BORROW BY PBONCI ASSOCIATED
-'e 0.2445 TfcJ ORAMOC BLoa. TRAIL.-300"ft.: I LISTINGS WANTED-We have the Church St. Phone 6545. BOOKKEEPER ACCOUNTANT DLSOTO-1947 Suburban 5 p_ WNUl

.._ I .' Ki. ..r 2- biTers U you bare u>* LAUNDRY-Modern. small Young man. permanent desires itoter. ill steel body whit leather
hr."br proP
.... C..'. ... "N.home.. antf e. .uldln. Call A T. carter. 9316: able well ventilated and prol.. 63. Mortgage Loans_ bookkeeping or accountant position interior finished in 2-tone Chinese CALL ITS-THEN STOP 113 N. OT68f6 Avt. _.
Gold.
offer Main and Radio heater fluid-drive
McNIiOO & C. C.r.r Central.IF Experienced GentIle with local firm. Box 115_S-8tar. WIt
laundryman ,_
$ "* U w. "!!.L'f'LJP' Arr.d.: Bte1, IT'S FOR give double present 8500week can CARPENTRY ell under dealer list price. R. B. IN THE SAME HOUR FOR
.7. u* a by addin WORK-New work
or
k.61M .1 o Aos LsW-T-N. MO- to serve FU.SA. Dul eb.nc. truck. Debt free 8100 rent. Good F.HA-Loa.-term. low-rate. Govern repairs contracted. Phone 2-8574. 4771.Evant 400 N. ortnt Av*. Pbi n* THE CASH I ISO to (300 ::

Frtc* ed Broker 3 8. .1.. 6529. flehlnq. Oood year around climate. ment-insured mortgage loans for ,I Or/2-6242.. I -j
LAS &. . .%" I UO Will divide. Term*. Mr CLAYBAUGH. PDQ Buyer 817,500 cash or half c.h P.O. Box building buying or refinancing. CaLl CONTRACTOR FORD-1841 2-door DeLuxe. R.dlo.nd fet! Get cull qulrkly en your Signs
: _.. L. CAL 201. Ean Gaul Fla. or see Joe G Myers. want building or re beater. Perfect air*. Auto
Sass.; Ooodwia toe. Realtor. 29 W condition or Famltru Call hoIst
: 3 or bedroom homes. pair. Most
= H. Oraa Br.ke II mora Washington St. any kind of material 1109 410 W. Concord JIM CUMBIE SAY*
baseL. *. .. 7 .: $055. well located. 8613. Realtor. Uetealfj MAIN HIGHWAY Restaurant soda fhon 8881. i B. Rainer Box 51. Zellwood. Ave. '

M -Ha.. ... I RAILROAD m Of 120 ft. by j i Bide fOIDt.in Excellent IM'UOI com I' ORLANDO RESIDENT. f"ORD--U35. coupe. New paint. 1265.

CK! n--o'' approunate4y 12 ft With 10 I APPRAISALS-On your bom. pl Long 837.- HOME LOANS-To build. purchase msrricd. veteran. Experienced 4oyears old. Must sell. Phone 2-1251. 560 Piedmont Why net visit sot Bat**B taiMBTJYINO -
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driveway to FEE SO per month. 82500 cash. refinance and repair. Prompt automobile St. GFC LOAN COMPANY
price serv ANT
Sine you an estimate free Alt.mon. salesman desires position with OBCe C**. It'a*,
1'.." MO. Lindberc. Broker til M. ; of W..I on the current marketvalue Springs office of ice. Reduced cost*. Complete plan going concern. Interested in "ORD-U46 2-door sedsn. Very low hv
sell says wIde
W Realtorscall service .available any a to .
:t-I.-I 11 1.011.lTR. I of your popry. No oblliatlon Park 8-8394. Homer 6e..U Winter specifications including plan IriS proposition. Would invest uo to mileage fully equipped. 81895. R. 71 East Robinson Phon 67SS I from. If
_p4ii. BPACT-33.6 sod Phone '81. Wi. with Park and house model. Winter 83.OOO.00 if necessarv. Box 95 8-Star. 8. Evns. 400 N. Oriole Av*. Phone Iii a JIM CS8S Um
i 4 555. .s-Ide( I U,1 quarter which are Dk.pclou. J. Daniel Broker.MR ..te. I Federal Saving & Loan ENERGETIC I ...... It must b* ReGIS
... 4. .I Assn. 224 Park Ave. WinterPark. YOUNG veteran n. desires I -
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a o. lacjydinf electric kitchen. Ooatrakte p. P.'WHEELER FORD .
invite* hIs old HOME permanent work mechanical COUPE-1939. Excellent condition
I oa maia thorouihfare.oe ,. MOTR' COURT-One of Orlando' LOANS-We want to help -
sod new friends rOil ly inclined
J.u. contact him at : some commercial throughout. Original black
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permanent
weea 1.a.1 Winter Park for 104 E. Jefferson. 2-164.1 C. 0. Davis. fleI. very eonid.DU.L fairly We buy will a home or build a new one. resident. Winter Park. 761- finich. Best offer Private partieS THIS WEEK'S 46 CHEVROLET .. 4..
LIES tJ I ..kind Well built and I I Realtor.' 150.0 wih t.rm:I give you prompt service. Of' ..X. Ph. 24171. 812 Christor Place '46
MERCURY
e flee hours 4.0505
sri 1 ood roadtttoa. Coald not be George Asher Peter i 9 to 2 during week; 9 to 54454
.,r".f .e- ..-, pl't'I for Bear price. HAVE PROSPECTS waitinc for ho. Realtor. 70 E CentraL'2-O786. 12 Saturday First Federal Savings WAR I VETERAN$ years experWence I FORD 1935 coupe Good mob ,. OUTSTANDINGVALUES .46 CBKT8LER "S-. -
*,.' e t ca. u .a. ,.. and bua. to sell .: and and Loan Asrociatlon of Orlando 50 la painting trade wishes connection dio sell at $ *;. Colonial Mo c.I.a -
M.l0 a. ..l..111 Hoc.I rifht GtdDf Real Estate. .29 I E Pine St. Orlando. Fla with some prominent crowing I tor*. 1239 E. Colonial Dr.. 48 CHEVROLET auntmnf -S
IJ..: H.d.I..a R.ltn 8. I
& Court
. : building contractor 2.0353.is
Z' w. ". : 2-81. NEIGHBORHOOD as paint fore FORD 1941 t-door 1Ie .
flu. c 1.75.f .ro.r7 and meat man. Good references. P.O.Boa 20... 1M4 PLYMOUTH 47 CHEVROUrr *aaW>oTBTM8a<
LOANS Door
aU. U"a. '.i-.HI.h.., and lake f. 1ANro..letb property Wo I market. New eltpm.n&good stock. on an type of property: long Pine Castle. Fla. paint very clean insidectranlcat good m. Sedan.
f ta(*. dew a-bedroom concrete .n. .. T. 4. I 5 year lease. 1.r Price or short terms; low rate Unmedtt 'condition arM tires. Prtc Beautiful black finith.1M1 48 PLTUOtmt aaectal 4.49w
tikf'-p1iOrrpkcptkT Farnlthed. H..u... 62 Vi E-Central 85000 HaU mont not i service. Harlow o Fredrtck. 118 S9 o. See *t 1520 Conway Rd.
I . .a .11 .. &r Arccdeu 4237. cuh 1 N. Orange Ave. 71. Airplane Sales and ServiceAIRPLANE 0 CHEVROLET Door Sedan. 44 CHEVROLET H-ta PISDi
$ 0 .. deep Ideal right make Exclusive Phone 8188.i FORD 1936 4-door sedan. A good '
ofer.
..
-Jk. .11 Two
.. 1. .1 tioa ceptioaaUy price. Whit;* HAVE RESPONSIBLE client seeking Potter. Herman I buy at 8495. Colonial Motor 1239 tone green.S -
,. lo Coodw1 lc.61. 48 FORD Ber DeIIIaa
j I .
isi.5i.5 Bro 524 food home in desirable Orange. 9B M FOR SALE FOR SALE Howard fiveplace K Colonial 3-0353. -
-. a.n. 816001 I 1834
J. "U. 2.16. n.llbbr. : i O.Cbl BUICK 4 Door Sedan.
,. hood *t a price with Pratt tc Whitney 450 '
.
S8. f
. .5 ; aTRATEOICALLT- i PIN BALL MACHINE ; 825 47 CHSTROLET l-tO pus -
monthly .
..h 1 2 : make down ".rounc of SI.000. ROUTE-Cheap. 6., payable 843 I430O. HP engine ..th low hour and less FORD 1934 4-door Sedan. Good Mighty fine. I
rand buildin Selling because of monthly
fin I other Herman
wU 1I'a. .Itl Phone or writ U. Boland. buanea. than 100 hours cine mjored. Ready transportation at 8395. Colonial 46 FORD eoaverUate
.
I ui. I .I ..r. plenty of ..kb. span i Carricaa Bids P. N. Orange.Realtor.2. W.rnr Borr. Sunset Ranch &artoossee. Ooochnn.: 118S3 Inc.. Broker; 611 1. Orsnte to go any where. Grant* State Grove Motor 1239 E. Colonial Dr. 2-0353. All above cars -
or 6660.
I. .:_:=.; .ay .ta.buuaeat.a drive I ..tu.D 551. Zellwood. Fla. FORD-IC"e 4-door sedan. Radio Sold with 30 dayguarantee. 46 FORD fiwaer Data** .
Uoa MORTGAGE
.
w __ very ood . At.now Tomorrow WANTED AT ONCE-3 bedroom homo RTAURTS-ne.. Dice Orang your surplus LOANS funds WANTED-For TWIvENGINP. ratings on Grumman heater aood tire and motor. 8495!! 41 FORD 8w*.r Detaa .. i
: r46fii that lo.Uo. Cio we have good Widgeon, land sea and IDstrum Colon:*! Motor 1239 E. Colonial ,
en I.. may I too .. No I." c.n w .. 0.1. InPtloD at 1 .a Bt.r.. first mortgage 6% loans. We offer nt. Dr. 2-O3S3.
Open
. Prearott 4i Lt Ksley :: Hera one for Veterans training. Orlando Aviation. SundayFORD STANDARD MOTORS. INC 41 CHEVROLET Mo $.
ca 8wl .r.l.r. Wet Pnc.tD .chol aUOD Inc. Broker 677 K. 13.800.00; ".500.00 11,100.00
. .. Call Ye GO.1 ; Oranc*. ; Country Club. Ph. Winter Park 863.VETER" .
1936
Central coach.
-
: C Mechanically
_ _ Hot. .It Me and 87.50OOO. For detail 371 N. 411'ORD club !
..,. S1ISC154 ..a.W. Me I ONK OF OUR list oflertnia. Ia t Kensle. 2-4775. 885. Mortgage Loan Department.caU 5593.our 'S FLIGHT TRAINING- good also tire good. 8350. Phon; Ortnje Phone I 4064 : __ _
RESTAURANT
S0.4, is a-xr. tot niaMM aid frame 14 .n fountain. A Harra-Moore. Single and multi-engine rating 22980. '41 CHEVROLET
Realtor
,.1 room 3 trental 109 E. Pin 7 -
I Inm *< .. 1t FOR TMMXDIATK money maker. be bought for Job trainin for mechanics LINCOLN
I ATTENTION and; rating ZEPHYR-1941 SedSQ. Four -
wIth
I tori* isOL 0 ass.U7. a. -.,. It.tT7S ..I. I block result list your property with 17.5 lease 13.00 .cash or owner REAL ESTATE LOANS Cal Ryan Field Apopka. Fla. new tlnl. New btttery. Excellealslope. 37 CHEVROLBT 4- .1
.tb year looser LOW
t .. .. ik .54 OrUm4 to b. $15 1. 47.5OO. Marti Williams. Realtor. 21 W. wl(4.300 per or To buy. build cost 46 CRAFT BC12D Re-licensed R.dlo. heater and overdrive 41 FORD 2'
year or refinance
( H. WUIwa needed '. Phon 8106.WE .compl.tl.eIUP home May $950. Phone Wintertark. 440-R. QUALITY CARS _ _
I 0 C.1 11. owner will car .ha ped. J. and busineea property The Trust ; new tires: top condition. 18 '
.m.
-. ar ". & .. "Ndo. for tt. b.I.D. SUgh. .. "Oppodt R.altr. 11 Department of First National Bank gaL gag. Best offer must sell take LA SALLE-1937 coupe. Reconditioned 40 LASALLE 4-45.5

; I. 0.500.54505.I Wl.lr. 1.114. C B. D.n. pot." dial 7588.a D at Orlanao. second floor. used truck as part. C. M. Jamieson. new paint good tire*. Must see 194S PONTIAC Streamline Sedan.. '39 LASALLE 4-dwo

iD la1. Sft*. lo 1. V T PRPEC. you .... H.. .. P.O. Box 906 DeLand. Fla. to appreciate Box 97 8-Star. A _
have ...uz.-ner. 194 DODGE PICKUP. 40 FORD 4-coor
uo.. UNCOLN
t e.-. a. N.today. Robert 1.. Pryde. Realtor. 668 us .bUI.Co..t.., all is rishfc ne
ooLont B rrToartat Orion; 2-4596. ..her. Clyde McKenxle. on Improved properties In Orlando I, Smith. phone 179. Winter Garden 1941 PACKARD CLIPPER Sedan. a

kftAL0 I .. 51 sqasi Bu with Confidence-Deal With 1 18.S : 2-4773 I and Winter Ptrk. No brokerage. CAR-RENTAL INC.-High trade Insured OLDSMOBILE-1936 2-door. I '41 BOld MBS* 4'+m 3 -

.. soil thol _a STOW OSIthISS.: Coarl iboald shoe 2S% I a !d. SUNDRY 8 Belles Investment Company. 25 W. cars by week or season to clean. Good tire. New paint. Very 1841 CADILLAC <1B3- Sodas '
t ., I '.11 bias... N year an your Investment. W. have A AND GROCERY STORE Washington St. Phone 8513. responsible people. Can 6157. 36 W. 1903 E. Jefferson.2-l107. 41 CHEVROLET tBJf) .

.Ja.. .. 3 well l.lf tourist court 69. Business __ _.real_moneymaker.: _Ie.now I Livingston Ave .315'1 1841 BUICK Special Sodaa. 41 DODGE
. a. at..W; O Hwy 1.2 la Winter Park lt Opportunities_ tcijuu.. owner .eu I i D VARNER U-DRIVE-IT-Drtn It PLYI&OUTN-1940 2-door. : .D

*.UJ MalUand iood bUhwy fron- l.t. new fatuI' and 64. yourself; low rates; by mile day. tally good. For .quick sale, 8550. I 1841 CHEVROLET Club '40 FORD sea0seI. .
Cafes. Oa of Help Wanted-Female or 1903 E Jeffersonsound j Coupe. -
FissiP &k.4 soS caatractorr build AU CtT .o
C. t. Or can Datt CAJUNS. Quck. 'uronr D. Vamer U-Drive-It. Inc., 234 W. . _. _ . I
,
". th Repair br.nd. yr. lease with "'.VunTT"rU u L 36 OLDSMOBoTUC 2.sSI
w .. 'e.b price a.ar. : Centralfrve. Phone .q
n l.l 2.3153.
.I. Shop Store New FOUNTAIN HELP For night 1941 CHEVROLET Special Dcluxf .
$ U CMM t for now opera time- Income from commission work. throughout; .;i5. Wykygyl ,
P tit= jHavmra *n4 C rt.t,. tion. 55 m* '"u .I. A. C. money "D' Business Catalog describe counter. '8.0.0 and worth it Apply Star Lunch.. 114 N. Orange; HERTZ DRTV-UR-SELP SYSTEM Motors. 700 N. Mill. Sedan. 33 DODOE MIlt a* fOtken
: fVM. C T Ooldeo. Broker. 1121 N. Orlando Ave. outstanding ..Iu... "Speak t, Spl.I" Whitney Spiegel Blossom Trail.FOUNTAIN Trucks and passenger cars for rent
I IjIO1..I& a A lois, Uaitland anderpa>. Winter 32 State Mailed free. (Since 19OO. Realty Co. Realtors 706 Metcalf by hour. day or week. Low rates. 375 PACKARD First 8550- 1936 sedan. Good Urea. 1841 FORD Convertible Coupe. t* Mat Fa> "f
Park. Opea Strout Realty. B. W. Bide: 2-3269. N Orange phone 2-4O64. takes It. W. D. Wagner
Sunday. GIRL OR
$ o.L BOY Immediate
314 Morrison's
IPILA-1S ., Cafeteria
.JI U Colon Dr. P.O. Ba position. Congenial JIM CUMBIE U-DRIVE-IT 1839 BUICK Special 2-door Sedan.
I I 313'_ Or.lo TOUST COURT-o. 1 Highway surround 47 pLY..Ot1TH1945 :.
.a.r.
ings. Apply Star model cars. By day. week DeLuxe 4-door -
Lunch. 114
road 4 weUe I* Apamen' of six rooms. Restaur N. Or'ann or month.
105 ji : BAR-PACKAGE Blossom Trail. Competitive rate*. 904 N. sedan Fully equipped. Can be seen I.r
Orange
WTO1i.S 05 is hos aa! SORE rft.u.nt. lu equipped with beer and ; at R. s JIM CUMBIE ;
I eoet to awt la liii. Only J SIO. 57. Real Estate Exchanged dancing" On i iw'l. wine three double cottages dial 2.4521.OLIN8 Dial 4771.PACKARD.l94t.Evans 400 N. Orant Ave. These ran sold with a 30 dar foal _

I MtKeime.. HreAer. 13 a Main $:: 210x210 2-room living quarters. Good 22 acres of ground with over 400\ft. FOUNTAIN GIRL-Good hours no; U-DRIVE IT INCw New cars ante. W* pay cash for used car*.

bSIi1.SI.OM1 J RANCH STTLK a-bedroom Klttlnger. Realty. 42 W. Con on highway. Cabins are nicely equIpped Sunday work. Apply at SO E. C for rent by day week or month. club coup Radio CARS
: ra. sql54 . I : Lari wooded lot In excel c r 9 38.BEUY.ALRWel and apartment completely fur- tral Ave. Nor red tape. 2 locations. 242 N. heater good tire. Exceptionally :

lo, ; I a. .J'tUaY. Will *z- located. On nished. Price 831,000. Exclusive with MAID W WANTED Orange. Ph. 2-4814. and 142 N. clean throughout Colonial Motors. J. C.
sUe H day. Regular 1239 McKELLAR. INC.
-_. : : h.a. for horn*. monthly. Mr. Foliom. Harold Shepherd Garland. Ph. 2-4347. Colonial I Dr. 2-0353. Open; 904 N. ORANCE AVI
RD' work.
118. II A r.u. ( )I. .r.. e.t.Or"lo Some terms. Realty Church Co. Pone 5124. R.lt Street Apply to 500 South Main S i SIInd.,. ;
TTOUR
I in.oo. .boor. WILL my (U for and Uain2.3433._ TOURIST COURT-Highway 17-92. A 73. Auto Service PLYMOUTH-1936 coupe. Good con PACKARD DEALER -
la I IXCHNGI It NURSE Graduate. For part time PHONE 2-4681
or dition
New
BUSINESS real investment paint and tires .
fun *, f*.c 4 ps.i.r. load vita I 37-32. 136. OPPORTUNITY-Major to live. For with a nict place I regular duty. CaU Mrs. Reehl at AUTO-BRAKE S 414 N. Psrrsmore. ph. 20803. 8445. 343 K. Orange Av. Ph. 9147
aectloa 33. plat opportunity la JOBS
book this A-l information tail and wheel
M. p. frhe Holiday House
4W do.nt. "foIiI
4-k I and Sanitarium
'ii
I = B.ta. 554 r Flamlnio aubOtvUlon.3BEDROOXli . lU Service St.tOD One of Courtney N. Orange; 4305. at alignment. 1-day service. Wheel I PLYMOUTH 1940 2-dobr eed..
= = corner* U. Record confirm phone 22.71.TOUIST balanced while you wait. C. A. Priced to sen. Central, Florida S
I Mw. lASSO "rl 1.n' block better thaa per month net STENOGRAPHER and file clerk, permanent Prange_ A Sons 1010 W. Church. Motors. Jefferson
I *. B er bom la for house 1.0.0 COURT-9 unit*. 5-room and Garland; dial o
...Ul .c.n. t.llr employment U satisfac 22424.
I t2 lacol and exclusive restaurant. SCO ft. front ALIGNMENT Free inspection.
11-000 Orlando. hme I .
: -- .... -. .t* 1. St.. a .t Fd Reese with O' .- . U. S. 1 and River. tory. Apply Monday 10 to 11 or 2 to Prompt repairs by expert mech.llIce. : STATION WAGON-.1941 R.S.EVANS
r.. .. ldi.D 3. Harry P. Leu. Inc. see Mr. P. .. . Chevrolet.
Pine. t
Detail* I personal Price balance A one-stop service at Good. RadIo. Und BEACH LOTS
f-. . C.I" ."R" HOCSK' Willys with 1 or 4 Iot lat."I.. oa. 8150 a25.00. 110.0.rsh with SUn years Service. 300 N. Orange Ave defroster lot r1'lights heater hesvy duty spotlight
_ all Poter rear
b11XiflU4.Mik, .. cup. BEAUTY 8HOp-ne of downtown Herman Goochtn Jnt Broker 677 SALES LADY-Gift hop. Eaperl ncepref.rred AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Experi. sprints sad tire: 81.000 cash Lear DAILY DOZEN
N.
j a a.. I.. .nee .. .. I r.n-..a.11 rUI .. ri Ult., Orlndo'* most moer We Orn. 55 North Orange but not Ave essentiaL Apply enced mechanics; prompt service your phone or addrei at 430.

.. v .a. . .I .t or trade for la- .uIPP. 5 cubicles. TpURIST COUT-I units 5-room good nock psrts. accessories and STUDEBAKER Commander 12 outttaadtac tntjr Iaa4 4 .
..** 4.14 .$ .pr I eoraer. Sea Owner Charll* I.ne ldudr. Low 5n.r. hoe .n .I.lr.n" 500 ft. front- WAITRESS-Experienced. Apply Avalon tire*. D. Yarns Inc. 234 W. Cen door exceptional la every way COCOA BEACH I

: "p&eeq.. rln vol., I.Church. W.rla lease. _Priced fo. Chcnault sale.Se Imr Price ace on 8. Indian River. Coffee Shop. 485 N. Orang tral: 23153BODY 81095 WykyeyL Motors. 700 N Mill. I'

te;Uyia la J A dit 825.000. S10.00O cash balance Ave AND FENDER repairing STUDEBAKER 400 N. ORA.-.oE i
= Inc. Realtor; 672' N. Or- 8150 and I 1941 Champion.
4 per
\ j ***** V*, . '. 57-1. Beach Proprtr sole 7234.. Herman moat. Inc.Mr.. Potter Broker with WAITRESS-Experienced. Betty andBob's Satisfaction painting. Estimates gladly given. Driv to appreciate. Central Flor ORLANDO BEACHORLANDO'S DIAL
; 677 Grill. Church and Orang I IBIO'IOm. guaranteed. D. Varner, id* Motors. Jefferson ;
.% bull., LISTINGS N. Orange: 9855. 234 W. and Garland
ssqi. OCT00. COCOA BEACQ-Comfortable BDSL"E NEE TrailPOSITIONS Central Ave.Pbone 2-3153. dial 3-2424.
.. l iO551i sorb. Osross. partially! furnished 3b.. Bal" O. -BIaUI TOURIST COURT-Highway 441. BRAKES REPAIRET PLYMOUTH-ItMl f.-j _
rm i that pay good are plentiful >-We supply a3 I WILLY&-U4I Station lore -
s.d N. Wagon. 4
pan door
Sodas.
I e.cic. *0uu- Bargain for quick H..dqu.rn- Approximately 12 acre on large for beautician your auto -
Let needs
Ir. also
aro- bb 15kand o* teach ; tires gs I equipped, heater overdrive. "
Priced heater.
elira tree. sale. $ less on highway 8 Florida and oiL Dixie CLOSEST la porSed s -'
bcc : House for c.b. you. Beauty College. Jackson Sale tc Service. W to sell 81895. R Evans 101 W.
la'tftSn,1 $ MV thsa reat. I.IIch I owner. 810.000 ville. Florida. South at Boone BUICK 140
I BUIE OPPRT-. nandle. . .W St. Centrsl. phone 5294.ZEPHYR3paasenger. Sraaar 4
ysrtyfitxm sszjz\I \ pher Realtor. 120. 2-10. Rm 5. Gardner Real CAR WASHING and polishing by BEACHES dan. Radio aM JMtar.
I i DAYTONA _.. St.. Et.t. 29 8 Court. 65. Help Wanted Male pointment. ap coupe '1837 black CBTM
'
For
Satt4to -" BEC-0 f' phone24481. prompt and expert; new tires; radio; heater r, A. -
.I _.'rO' D.a 6br.ta P. HoteL .- -_. -- service call B J Service Station, Rnditn., 813 Virginia Drive. CHEVROLET-lMi 41 ;
uwi .
ideal tor CLOSE IN-Well located hotels. Ac n.af.-rot sale cheat BOOKKEEPER I
wood- Want experienced corner Boone and Jackson. 2-3320. -S
JVATa .LD .. biu.. Pr detain ee* Louts 8. DUn.. I Up smaller properties part pay yard with Studebaker saw-rig. man to take charge of office. Good LATE 1941'WILLYS AUERICAR Orlando's Beach on Atlantic Kew fiaawh. as.rung. fcajtat-aar.
w Chevrolet sawrig.37 LUBRICATION Sbellubrteatlon is 4 door sedsn Original ._ ...
a 8t .37 W Wa faln ton. 142. Btnton. Realtor 150 E Jtobnni PI7out opportunity for right man._ Cowley SS finish. In
"au ( I : 7632. pick-up tni<:*. cord Chevrolet Co. Et the thorough IIcI.nWJc lUbric.tion. terior and motor In excellent .h.. Ocean just South --
Hurt Cloud of
O ft,silL I. OATTONA BEACH Colts cypress .o. Phone 7734. E very hook 'Dd cranny" of your Cal. radio heater and ; Cocoa CADILLAC-11S4 4 S
Cou O all
0. 30 for Slant other
S. l. th. ..1. Daytona oa CLOSE IN GCEST HOME 6 bedroom C.ntr.l. Pt $ 2 DRIVERS WANTED-Only those who or truck is touched. Smooth running My equIty I. 1540. bal.ae.' extrt Beach. Orlando's OWN beach Flectwe04 .. .
btba. ,.t, a., 'W front I offer a cta.court *, all nicely decorated and Ihone 2231.PR are thoroughly familiar with Or mecnanical part assured you. Sail I Jerry at 601 N Oranee Ave 1400.. Be* to,. run ot.

{. b.i*.. .o .p.nt collate In. condition completely l furnished at 116.$0 121.yo can bur a Driv lando streets win qualify. Apply response prolongs hrd-to-replc I IartS GOIN' ON retort. _
; .u'' Or. .. J.. ..p..r.a. Y a splendid Owner buying a business. P Restaurant business Mr. HowelL City Cab Co. top and make driving easy saf I week VACATION for a few -
C. grossing Clyde
1..1. oa price Broker 118 E. 8561. 884000 annually. and Ooft. 424
S74.OOO. Good a pleasure. Rughey
:4.es.rl. 81. Great
r a0,' .u.; ed from *'t. o auick. nue rl., 4328. . w.e. Well located for Orlando and DRAFTSMAN-Part time. Box 103 Sto,:!.. 692 N. Orange, dial Southern 2-1880.1 Court while I'm wm take rare of my business 1e1 W. CKMTRAL
..
t cause owner ha a broken luck Pat t.d. on heavily travel sway R. Smith. 33 L DIAL
'o mi a cannot manaia. Contact and CLOSE IN-Overlooking Ue nicestUke ed ItrelA Inspection .S-Star. ANOUNCING THE opening of C. L. Robinson. Large lots. cleared traded ready. JIM
m promptly Pr and
.r bissi In We a confidential full Sterner
carburetor
W tTOOVK .. and electrical
'" -rb 3 ,. for this excellent y..tl..t I r.J Orlndo an 8 unit apartment P.rle.r Oeo. P. Bras service. Fsctory service lor building operation Fronting 50 I BTJICK-141 Sedais.5Ss. 4.
l sero bI 1Un. R.lt *. GENERAL on all type* 76 Trailer
Central OFFICE
ly to WORKER
one Man
J.k N la u. .you an separate entrl 2-333. An. Pb between 25 and 35. Must b* local of automotive fuel and electrical sys -Tnick for Sale ft. on bathing .nd driving beach original ctoarar b5k -. .5-
"I. b stbi. and kitchenettes. .. S clean
Ll. It ..DUo Rr United Motor Service taroughoan _._
'
0. r resident and settled Have corner ALMA
The back
O Ta" Realtor. Main 5SA some -mot livable running 250 ft. to pared boulevard.
Gr1. culously law ?SOHC5
\ a. 8u. price we can lU average 2* FC' Colonial and Gar'.and.: trailer
a a knowledge of typing. Johnson's I CHEVROLET
; lI. M. bNu ok. 1" B.cb Florida. Phono 1". oa believe it or not tr la fa& uUi. Ora.cs.u. County real estate' 7 and 8. Orlando Steam Interview Laundry July 49 Service Station Bldt. Ph. 20881.I brand hoots new In the one world reduced w* b.vs 2 Highway AlA). Electric Original 3.05in-JI4t TawraA
MEW .
'M SMYRNA u S7.SOO 8400 In
t BUC-L. 3bed.So U.n you .r property a 1pr. Lt )ou W. Concord Ave. I prle. ET elephone and bus
with terms service. Term
SnOrt. .I" good
'N room boue; a property such 731. Auto arranged on *li I buy at ___
I DRIAMEO Furnace heat; do..lb.tl t hal 1 all furnished and occupied we..U. 3 E Church. Phone 4767.J. R.lr. ; .OFFICE MANAGER-Insurance acency. -. PartsAccessorIesS days.t trailer Frank Open Bandar and bollI If I desired. ONLY 6 OCEAN FRONT NASH-iMl 4 .
0. beach. Fruit advise you this before EXCELLENT established in South Florida Reed Trailer Sales 201
see you buy.
a *
t CARBURETORS N. LOTS LEFT new motar.
at
D. Looks
i. -r..rtla "P. Fin 11 .c W. havent thing in two kinds Coastal City. wants man familiar. ANDELECTRICAL Orsae Blossom Trail. beautiful ORLAN.DO
"I modern Tending I ; C. _
part
"Ina .dnr machines L. food
i .. 5.5 1 styled B.I Korea. .we for capital : with both Casualty and Fire Busi. steicer' carburetor DOIIr: -Late modeijj. BEACH. Many hare already
and I
roasuactia.. MU monu I maer h.ye electrical .
110J t
Ato Ut service
.a Owaer. L .. part ness. Very attractive salary and corner Colo cellent FORD-MMf J
condition. 4.05'
.5 a4 'Il.T Hew Co.D. :ItO I nial and Garland Ph. 8829. after bought and wm build
Johnson SOOILDrtve
..p J.. tbcrs 1 Smyrna Beach. Fla 6a ly 1 behoove u* t ot.r Irp ... For erbi:' share of profits. Replies must contain Station Bldg. Ph. 2-0881 Service i V P.m. Radaa. R_ 5554. JMIIB

IP. OCEAN Ut .1* priced Box 118 complete information and will be I DOLLY good MrwaM _._
'o Itr. TRAILER
t. S-Star.
e. per foot lra .rt FRONT -Four
l & lNTAGB record. Bee Wm confIdentiaL Our employ know of END REPAIR PARTS now practically
I I.e ,.. north la. Tract 0.1. Daniel Kolar. M.tle. 2O6 tb Z XE Will sacrifice follow.. this ad Address Box 94 S-8tr_ available! for almost any make of I 1020x10 new tire. tube and wbeel. f
f "' al contains (4 It beet .. S lel .. Liberty auto. C. A. Prance tc fir tires. 8223. Inquire 303 over on the 4th
U. j. .tl. 'o. t. Cocoa avl tot*. residential. $20 U.Ia TU.CT Subdivision. I.Uo PUMP. MECHANIC: -First clist. Experienced . Church phone 8811. Sons 1010 W. N. Orange Ave or overthe W. CKMTtftAL i

I 3 foot. STORE of a Nor 01t, in deep wen turbine FORD weekend and let
680 1938 showYOU
0 I.tla ll. ton. For firthefIj me
m.1 sbaUow and deep well DIAL 4111 ,
e a'e Court or apt. sit*. (SO L. Plenty let pump 74. i formation
nice please
f.-1 EtbUe bl > 'cr. Antos-Trailera telephone 3186.
t. Libby
and Freeman. :
nw OaLI .. 'e can finance apart- Brker 83500. adjoining 711 W. Church Wanted this attractive property. I
Slitiod. l1U tsr. P eaw to 90-i coat. Trafford 'Church: SrkaD 175 2 w City Limit of B. Cloud. 350 Last ft. PLUMBER: Steady work. FosterPanDtne. FEDERAL TRUCK IH-toa. flat DODGE-149 I pedse A

o.a dk. Realty Cpu Bealtora. Est. 1017. main hIghway frontage. 828OO Owner 124 E. Welbourn St. AUTOMOBILE WANTED to '40 I body, steel cab. Telephone 8484 Go south from Ocean lodge 3 nice aininnijtlt at a

: . Cocos. P. Wayne Boyer. Sunset Narcoosae Winter P.rk.pLUKBERExperieDCed. modeL Private owner. Reasonable, for further lnfori8ation.FORD.3535 miles. _

r !t.l sad Mo1* ew.N EJCJOY MOW A I C11KUS PACK7KO B c. e_ Rab. only. Raymond . S Give tsr. fun particular Box lIT S-: 14 ton long wheel ;ONU4' ;"f 4 door
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..>p.ftr far KaUCaatralt 1 .e.t"al 111. a. rub .a 1 heart of with the citrus modern belt.machinery Completelyequipped including Mme It.UD brake Includes, o er. Winter resident Garden.phone 309 Office phone 95. cash price WANTED-WW'fo your ear.Dy Olin highest Inc with power Special winch.steel body 88OO.OOPbone a frame nice __ _9Ht

for Inspection July 4th field bowe. Office building M. dn.- ct. etc. PARTY 142 N. Garland. 2-4347 or 242 M. Or to73'or 8383. Oabel Construction Co CHEVROLET_ Taiewj .
( B with equipment to drive sos.. 24814AUTOMOBILES.
.. Call.at house No. 21 with t office Included. Priced below SPECIAL wood piling la Orlando. Ph. cLM.C.-1947 *. tan pUk-ap. Almost .. New flatak. A nicw UttM
Beaeh. On actual Inventory. For OP0. Welding Shop Win new, Can be GUS C. EDWARDS ear for __.__ _
"uU c C. Xdwsrde. detail see Loutt ter Park 951-J after Sp.m. WANTED-Will buy seen at R. 8. Evan tnt
,. 8. Doliv. Broker. IJ.Weldu .h 1.2 subur your car or Mil 6\> W. central
> .. ao. lo. WUlard Ph. $*. 27 W. Washington your car. Auto'* Ave. or dial 4321. PLYMOUTH-18M 4 door
.i Cocoa. P SL b. n .r..I'te. SERVICE STATION MANAGER-With; at auction every Tnandmy. Holly; HOUSE TRAILER: 104 WTJLLARD ST. PHONE M I Good sedan
." 1.1nNO wide experience Station Robson's Must be sold tIcs raaa Tj
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J. 1. : lUal Estate r..ot large volume of business. Very good Orane Blossom Trail condition. Price __. .Io29.t
H Want CNE OP THE pay to fitht party. Box 113 81.500 real
.. NICEST Servw 8-3tar. D. VARNER INC "... Inquire 863 I block North
STATION work S waste to buy your; N. Orange ph. of Causeway across I
.L A aaalaoate 554 Main highway. Sa price. Lulr.iir Iw N.1.t. "a SODA FOUNTAIN and luncheonette auto or truck and win pay top 2-2'8 s-wean 9 and A. street front 200 OTHER
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bank . .a bank for all the people. . and it is our Capitol and Surplus One Million Dollars
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S. A. '''. -{ Bank Building $163,394.74; Furniture & Fixtures $1.00._ 163,395.74 .,..- i "

:.. '..;:0'Federal Reserve Bank Stock.._..._...___.......___ 30,000.00 !
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HAPPY MOMENTS AT SILVER SPRINGSwere Simmons, Berton Stone,. Miss Mildred Couch, Accrued Interest and Other Resources_ !,---.-.-- 99,376.83 #:

caught by the camera as carriers for Earl White,route supervisor; Dan Hinson, Earl: Customers' Liability-Letters of Credit-; *.-..._..._...... 444.00 ,I
The Sunday Sentinel-Star enjoyed 4th of Waters, Mrs. Harold Hamilton, Mrs. Jack
earned U. S. Government) Securities..__...._..$16,229,388.04. i IF
July outing by their prowess in build- Lemmon, Harold Hamilton, circulation man- "

ing circulation. Top and center pictures show ager; Jack Lemmon, city circulation manager. Other Bonds ....:.--..-.....------....--.- 2,159,564.82 . 2 2l i l

groups In gloss-bottomed boots. In bottom Center: Tommy Quattry, John L. Easters, Edward I .. : Cash and Due From Banks__.._._._..._ 6,203,298.50 24,592,251.36 i
I picture parties have joined to watch' Ross Fowler, Bobby Baker, Romey Taylor, . '. ., i I

Allen, reptile expert, deploy fangs of a rattle Dick Rhodes, Judson Bailey, Charles Greer, . .->. ) .TOTAL. ,..._..........................:-.........:.........__.........._...$32,438,704.34Liabilities ;

; snake. Top: A Little, Paul Bowen, Bill Bowen, Ray Barter, Terrance Little, Jack Bates, Sammy ... .'V :- '!..,: .. -' of. "
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: WHEN THE CHARLTON MORGAN family Jr", and Barbara Jean, a sophomore at Florida

packed their bags for their month at the State University, share their enthusiasm *or

Graham Apartments at Daytona Beach, they fishing, and each day at the beach finds them

were sure to carry along their own special rods bound for the inlet and, other good spots to

and reels. The photograph shows them get- try their luck, which has been excellent in the

ting their fishing tackle in order, preparingfor brief time they have been at the beach this

... a big catch. Their children, Charlton and season.

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taken the Chandler home on N. Atlantic Ave., interested bystanders are Walton McJordan n '

Daytona Bead.. for the season. Seated at the and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Henderson Jr., of :

. table on the terrace are Mrs. McJordan's Durham, N. C. ;

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lotion in hand, makes sure that daughter, The Carrigans have taken a spaciousand Elizabeth Ricker and Miss Ann Masek pose with the "Good the white sands of Daytona Beach: Charlton Morgan Jr an 1

Joen doesn't dose of that brilliant beautiful home 'on North Atlantic Ave. Humor" man, who was doing a rushing business July 4th. Mrs. Barbara Jean Morgan, the son and daughter of Mr. and MrS,
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for the entire Summer and their place is a John:Masek and'her.daughter have been at the Surf Apts. for Charlton Morgan, are vacationing there for o menth. "THe

Daytona Beach sun. On her right is Miss rendezvous for fun-laving visitors, several of the past'two weeks and are returning tomorrow. Their house Summer colony of Orlandoans at the beach this Summer includes *

Marguerite Kessler of Narrows, Va., who is whom are classmates of Robert Jr's. at the guest for the weekend of the 4th was Miss Ricker, the daughter a large group of the young college set who get "I...w

the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Carrigan and University of Virginia. of Dr. and Mrs. Sam Ricker. for swimming, sunning and "peet+ng."

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Marriage\ to Mr. Gale Told If CYNTHIA Gives PlansThe To Be Wed to W. B. Walker

When HILDA and DON HOLLAND -)and the three young Coles. RICH- Miss Alice
The rant Methodist )Episcopal bent was heirloom diamond Miss McLeod\ left Orlando several years ARD. DOROTHEA and NED, are marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. William EdwinWalthall tag moved to- Flam* to tar ...-
Church of BushneH WM the scene brooch and she carried a white ago to make their home in Wash- getting in town today after spend- B.Macy.P. daughter of Pine Castle, to I of this city are announc- I hood. She is tdeatiftetf hew. wfe
of the wedding orchid on a white pI'8Jer'boot. I Miss Sylvia Meisch of Sanford ington. D. C.. .their daughter ing a very pleasant two weeks at William Macy's. Morgan Jr.. of this ing the engagement and approaching the work of the Ftat )MMtoitotChurch
recently of Mis Miss Nell McCollum was her HELEN was just a child and now Coronado Beach . MR. and marriage of their daughter; and to also MMw hi ctrte
Jwrtt A1ke )dccc hzm. daughter sister's maid of honor, and wore was luncheon hostess yesterday at here she is in Orlando all grownup MRS. HARRY PEMBERTON and city will be held Friday July 11, Helen Randolph, to Wilson Brush organization
at Mr. J. T. McConum{ and the a gown of ashes of roses crepe. her home when she entertained a sophisticated 18 years son. HARRY JR. left this week- at 8 pjn. at the Pine Castle Bap- Walker, son of the late Mr. and Mr. Walker i* a f raoBBMr of en*
tist Church.
kt* Judtc UrCoUum of BushaeU.Je which featured a lace yoke, cap for Miss Lillian McLeod. popular old. She's visiting her grandmother end to drive to Chattanooga.I Nuptial music win be renderedby Mrs. E. H. Walker of this city also. of the pioneer faaOe .* Florida
to. &sleeves and a divided peplum bride-elect of Jerry Ross. Their MRS. WILLA GRIFFIN Tenn. where they'll visit their soloist and The wedding will be an eventof and WM bora >km CMMtto. H*
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Oale. son of waistline. at her home. Fair Oaks. Helen son-in-law and daughter. LOUISE this Summer and plans for i lis also identified with the Plrtt
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like Jaynes Oak of Palatka. matching lace and net tiara In her wedding will be an event of next has just graduated I with honors] and ALEX GUERRY JR....From I Mrs. J. H. Gardiner, accompanist. the ceremony will be announcedlater. !Methodist Church. Mac cwntanr
"'!Ae 1kY.JohD Pnm non Oainrs hair and carried a shower bouquet Tuesday night at 8 o'clock at St. 'from Virginia-Intermont. Chattanooga "they'll wend their The bride-elect has chosen ashtr Lof the board of Hi"...... rs uI
matron of honor her sister.
PHnBed the ceremony in a *etPt of uteri.William James rectory." 000 way North for a tour of the New Miss WalthaU is a member of a I office manner of the MMMtt T
at standing basket of white Gale of Palatka actedas With the honoree Miss Meisch' When we talked to Mrs. Griffin England States. Mrs.V.bridesmaids.. Gray the Misses Jr, and Fay as Smith her prominent Mississippi family hav- !Sales and Servk* a. .....
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ad asters which. slantedalsat best man for his brother. Usher guests included the Mmes. L. B. she told us too. about HELEN and 000 and Paula Burns
y and musts of palms. Included the bride's brother McLeod. Robert E. Smith. L. H ACEY CARRAWAY. who also for- MARY FRANCES and BOB PE- James Powell will act as Best '
f*.. and efcladtam. Lighted white Ira W. McCollum. and Bark Gale McLeod Jr. J. Louis Lamberton sook the City Beautiful for Wash- TRIE are among the Orlandoans man for the bridegroom-elect Two Planning QAAB Clubs
>Ngi i IB branched candelabra 11- another brother of the bridegroom. A. J. Thomas Jr., Ralph Wightof ington a few years ago . They spending the weekend at Day- while groomsmen win include Carl
WU the scene. Following the ceremony, a reception Sanford; M. W, Lee. also of have just recently purchased a tona Beach . JACK JOURDAN Winegard IrvIn Phillips George I
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nuptial music
was22Lf was held In the garden Sanford. picturesque Is here from 'GaInesville for the Winslow and Clyde Ammerman. Morning PartyMiss Set ActivitiesActivities
> Mri- **. Potter and spacious lawn of the McCol- Also the Misses Nancy Layton rolling countryside 28 miles from weekend and also weekending at Linda Sue Hendley and Betsy
'ind Mn. W N. Pinter violin.Mf lum home in Bushnell for more Becky Thomas. Barbara Lane Washington. The old house, built that household is pretty CATHERINE Williams Godwin will be the flower Elizabeth Cary Haley at the Cift>., _
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.... Gilbert Tucker YOaUcCettum than 100 guests. White asters and Gene Sanford.Caswell and Martha Wightof win undergo remodelingthis . LOUISE ROGERS'JOURDAN of. Plant PETER-City girls, and Zane. Watson will act bride-elect pf George Cunninghamof Orlando Array Air Boss W edWoerus'AtuhMUtaMk Ii
gladioli were used throughout the Ga.. will be honor
bearer. Cornelia
t1N 1ft Summer and the Carrawaysare as ring
IBarrlaae by her SON gets home today after spend the OAAB
house and standing baskets of asters Following the ceremony a guest Wednesday when Mrs. Pet-
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W'""Il were placed yin the garden. LEAVING FOR THE NORTH FAIL will be held in the church tus Lee and Mrs. Arthur Park entertain will be as follow: _
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wore Miss Idell and Miss =
The brides table, centered witha Phillips of both families with cola party.
:.alNe sati 000 MRS. JAMES B. FELMET. She annex. All friends a coca WEDNESDAY WMM&* Chub
.. i own fashioned three-tired cake flankd by silver Freida Risener.. both of Orlando attend. The affair will be held at Mrs.Park' .
invited to
Pd eeW tee*, the full skirt with Miss Risener's Mr. DR. and MRS. CHARLIE COL- went over Thursday to attend the are Sport Chrt vtft --t a to
'candelabra and parents 701 E. Concord Ave.,
eelieft arrangementsof LINS together with CAROLYN home At
1st a lane dance at the New Smyrna Yacht a.m. on Uw aphvnad'
....r-* eoUar formed trata. The tiny white asters and gladioli was and Mrs.Fred Risener. and sister. CHARLES JR. and MICHAEL Club that night. .The GEORGEGARRET' THE YATES CELEBRATEMr. and guests are invited from 11:30 t p.m. there wfll be eae....* tor
She neck- covered with lace cloth. Miss Mary Elizabeth Risen r, all and Mrs. ,Preston Yates to 12 o'clock.
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of the Isoe. are weekending at Coronado. family is occupyingtheir member sad PMBU in iftaffi,
t lre 4IhM 1 to yoke, which -was Assisting In :entertaining c rwere of Apopka' are, leaving Tuesdayfor where they are occupying the beach cottage at Coronadothis celebrated their 25th ,wedding an- Miss Haley's engagement Mr. lounge, OfftecW Club
.., Mtd pearl*,-the the Mmes. J.S. Peck... L. Himes. a tour of. the Northeastern WALTER BASS beach cottage. weekend . The BURTON niversary Friday.To Cunningham was announced a
=f V8. ded In a point over E. C. Harrison:, and the Misses. States and Canada. They have as their guest ED SMITHS and their two sons. BIL- mark the occasion they invited few weeks ago by her parents Mr. THURSDAY Wen % Cte&
,gy and the. fitted bodice Miss Phillips and Miss Freida I Bridge Chub m*.|s ta sane
Isabel Etlrtin Inn Tompkins. WLEOD. and on Friday- the- LY and DAVID together with the a number of friends to an and Mrs. Allan Haley.
te. ******MU n to beck with tiny Mary Huey, Nell Crenshaw and Risener are1 recent graduates of Fourth the SHELDON JOHN GEORGE JOHNSONS and their I outdoor party and watermelon cutting i I Mr. Cunningham is graduating lounge.. Off awes' Ch* a* 1 ?4
Ueottd covered: buttons. Burline Goodwin. the Orange Memorial Hospital SONS and young SHELLY went! twin daughters.(; WINNIE and on the lawn of their homeS on this Summer from the University pjn.SATURDAY
--= fah fln tip Tell of lift The bride's mother wore a two-; School of Nursing and plan to over to. spend the day. MARGARET and son JODIE are Ferncreek Dr., to celebrate both t fof Georgia and the wedding will i, -- Regular bat Vd.
__-Mao from starched lace continue their work there ppon returning -I o c* o I I j the Fourth of July ant their an-jbe t an eventof early Fall &.ncIj night dance on the Ee wade -
-, ,cap,1ift..oaly.oma- -fi ICoattnoed[ on Page S3 Col 11 from their vacation. COL.and MRS. R. K. COLE Continued on Pager 23CoL 81 'I niversary. win take place In Orlando. '' .


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Pogc 18 tthr frtmfcm i tttttutI- ttr Orlando, Florida, July 6, ,1947 h\ x llil.p..::;( .' ':"':. At: ;.. ,.,. '., ,} .! 't't' : "" f CULVER\VASHDAT, Ind. UPJ sLUES Mrs. C. | OKLAHOMA BREAK: IRONED CITY 0I OUT*. rVPf

r. t'; H Barnhill had just hung out her An irontec beaN .... a a..
t We, The Jl'QUk"Housework <; /j : wash when two freight cars purpose when Jean ...... sea, '
; smashed into the yard knocked daughter of Mr. aatf Mrs. To.
N. + down the clothesline and rippedoff Kroler. fell and broke her arm.
n s <'''"i''fo. a small back porch. The Ironing board was pnatou. in-
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t the depot a short distance child could be taken to a 1tesp tat
Has < where the arm wa set
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WITH LEAN YOTHEU *> Ir RUTH MILLFTT :.
t i.b Eats: ) A New Jersey husband recently -

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old feminine challenge.
p the Tint lUptUt Church win hold
r iu executive board meeting Monday A think my job's so easy you oughtto ,.. {.
at 10 a.m. In the Euzellan try it for a few days. .

elaMroom. After a three-day trial of swapping -
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jobs with his wife the husband .,
The board of the Society of .
ChrkiUn Senrlee. Flnt KlcthodUtCborch. fG :Ea k said Tm admitting defeat. .i
will meet' Monday at Frankly HI tell you;Td sooner be'

12:30 pjn . All board members down at the 'tore. It's too com- r .
are urged' to be present. i plex to take care'of a baby, wash : - -
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dishes. Iron scrub cook answer kt T'red checks in a
W The FLT CUb. Last Noble 9j ; the phone." ..
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I, Grsfwh Lucerne Rebekah LodgeX Most men would probably come u4 .
it wtU meet Monday at 8 : little tissue. gi"g'am'I {
,I'' t IA .a to the same conclusion and,In justas : I gy.
Ii Pm. at the home of Mrs. Eleanor svyyA? t y7.r. short a time if they ever tried ii'"
Cole. 1M Park Lake A Yf.I 'I -
the experiment. t Mi:plece with a flared ... I
,I 000Mrs. And yet modem women are for- crIH j
\ Mildred' Mead Smith. ever being criticized because so t. l ,
nretident of the American Legion many of them prefer jobs outside cefar that. flatter r
I AaiUiary Vnlt N. It. hat an- the home to housekeeping. And ',, ."....
I pounced that there will be a din it's men who offer most of the ,the necdln.b .. .
executive _
of the
Sir meeting criticism.But .
board Tuesday at 6:30: pm. at just why should modem I Iyh
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Lake Lola: Hotel . All board girls, given the.same education; as t .
member are asked' to be present. men. find housework fascinating? .
non What's so interesting and chal-
Mr. Leroy' Hay will be hostessto lenging about washing, ironing,
r the tlla! I>*IU Delta AUUneo marketing, scrubbing floors washIng -
I of Orlando for Us regular monthly windows doing dishes? And
meeting on Wednesday at 8 x' y these jobs take up most of the MISS SHIRLEY HUNNINGS

E pm. . MrsTtay'e home Is at '. housewife's day. . is engaged to Newell Coward, son of Mr and Mrs. F. L

ill Bradshaw Terrace. MRS. DONALD JONES VERBAL BRICKBATS CoWard of Winter Park, and the announcement is being made

monthly 000The meeUnc of the . Is the former Jean Whigham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. If men took off their rose-col today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W G. Hunnings, of f r

s Cbl Ometa Alumnae Club will Porter F. Whigham of Sanford. Her marriage to Mr. Jones, ored glasses when they looked at Charlotte, N. C. The wedding will be an event of early Au

be held Wednesday at the home I on of Mr. and Mrs. T, W. Jones, also of Sanford, was one of modem the job women of housekeeping would get perhaps a few gust, and plans for the ceremony have not been completed.Both .

of Mrs. John J. Walsh. 1201 Shady I: the most outstanding of the season to be held in Sanford and pats on the back. Most of them Miss Hunnings and her fiance are completing their
discussed
Lane Dr.for.the. rush Hans parties will be to be- took place at the Sanford Baptist Church. A reception follow even though they may dislike the senior year at Duke University, Durham, N. C.

given during the Summer . ed the ceremony at the ballroom of. the Mayfair Inn, after job manage to do it well.
All Chi Omegas in this vicinity: which the couple left on a wedding trip to North Carolina and But instead of that modem finating as other jobs they have neurotic just because she isn't divinely 20 fl

are Invited to attend the meet- Kentucky. On returning they will reside at 2001 Sanford Ave., their women way get verbal simply brickbats because hurled they tried. I happy with her hands in a

w. n n n Sanford. don't find housekeeping as fas- Why should a woman be called dish pan?

American Legion Auxiliary Unit -
: 21(.. II and the Jantor Girls will .,
hold their regular meeting Wednesday .
at 8 pm. at the Legion .Q
Home . Mrs. Mildred Mead - ,
Smith president of the auxiliary. "' -: _

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Orlando Rebekah ooo Lodge N. IX .

will Thursday hold at Its 8 pjn regular. .meeting Norene ." ;< ::- -'
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Maanen. president of the Regional : '"
Assembly of Florida will : ::
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and will hold a district school of ; ... . .. .., ...".. : -. j oJ
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instruction There will be a :
banquet in the banquet hall at I ., .i .- : c: .; < .
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month because of the absence of J
large number of members. They
will meet Aug. 3 at the home of
Mrs. Gertrude Weaver. 708 8.8ummfl'Un. .

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Circle 3 meets Tuesday at 3 pjn. -fl- i/
with Mrs. J. L. Burkett. 437 N.
Shine: and Circle 1 will meet Fri h, f
day at 11 ajn. at the home of
Mrs. W. C. Wise for covered
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p 'a 1Jr ndituL-&ttr Orlando, Florida, July 6, 1947 Mr. Miss Hughes ; row
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I :I: Toole-l' clllt're: Nuptials Held Miss Johnson ,I Is Married I NtfePs..rs -a., Aim


Married Here To Mr. Canada s trtrt.eeatt :.a -a Ittnieea
i f At ZeUwood Methodist Church i I v. HnPes 6f } Mrs. Or* - whi,
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Mr- and ][rS. twaftfB a dsrre or.: I7-.o4 at
The Pat Presbyterian Church
j r The ZeOwood Methodist Church,ef aUtka and M- Wallace MeiCormlck was the scene of the weddzogMiss a: c" Dayton* Beach formerly of Sanford :croeicy a* a tram -.r.;*,-JRj ..w.tag .

..u. the. sees! Jos 27 of the beta-'!i of ZeUwood. Their: towns yk Anna: Johnson: daughter of : and Lakeland announce the I -

C-.1 1 atsCkh: wrc:4D.: cereseey 'were.fashioned as the honor atitendasfs. .. art and Mrs. W R. Johnson of marriage of their daughter. Dorothy 3rtmety-a--::. -,..' .,- :,,
: ... Qoitman. Ga_ to Ray PannhaTo Raymond C. Can- raq
that tm&ed la marriage JCsa(0t0r'e. hi yellow rJ 3iseto lira ar.a. ,-: r
son of Mrs H. R. Parquhar and .
1CH: Betty Mcictyre. daughter cf!1. Bargoiietie. and wore. match- the late Mr. Parcnhar" of Denver ada of wedd Emtetp C toOk pI.a.ceUe ditmisg -

XT*. H. J. Mclnrjre of Atlanta.O I>tec Stores and: a headdress of lar- Colo. which: was an event of the The letter part of ,1rzJ! attt

... aid dee ef Lads C. Raise !:ender asters, carrytez a bouquet latter part of Juse. Dr. Marshall home of R. W. Ware m SaAf 1SALEGarlicTablets

fIf :e." eo4 to J. P. Tool, ton of j jVr. i Hoz: lavender asters. >Css Barston i C Dendy officiated. church The bride wore a street length s
was decorated with baskets of with wbAe ac-
i sad: Y.s. H. O. Took of Savsrsah. j i swore green marquisette, with matching .- # White gladioli and c1alilia.s. aM dresS of lavender Her corsage was <* *

GL j; tlore. a headdresa of white ., senneu.dd&: ra eessories.: and sweetheart rose
The Rrr. Oscar Msgarian. Binfearr -i j,I&.asters. .and carried a bouquet of .)i{ ... : Icg white cand>t.Given tws.'Xbe carnationS..
white asters. Mrs. McCormlck in marriage by her hoI4-1 t hide's mother was attared Used f.rSYwt a4ii S.f.1.1
church, the .
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k 'wore aqua marqinsette. makhinz .,-.... James P. Tbole. the bride ta in a navy blue street 161Zt1 dress
gea&te-rin eerraoey. riores. and had an arrangement a gown of ivory satin fashionedwall a veal which she wore white aeuipte. Blood Priwr*
backgroemd for the settingwaa .cf ptnk asters in her hair and abouquet' of
Tie a bodice of French lace long i sories. her corsage: being
fanned by stately ,sI&. to- 4 of pink asters.IJttie : tight sleeves that ended in a point MISS 1LDRED M''NUTTI &: I
tad w.!.2i candelabra coldS Anne Carle ef-Lake Wales over the hand and was buttoned ladioi.i.couIIe are oaklix dIteiIr .. .
w..ne tapers Lane floor baskets was flower girl and was dressed 4% down the back with tiny satin I . betrothedEngagement ,home at 417 W. First St. In San- ...........-.. ___-_.... _-__-__-_ '..4 10'1 Me
ef asters aDd gladioli, were tn blue mar utseiu,.{ the town covered buttons. The long skirt of t e :e' ford. -beta.. . .. ..... ,,. .. Wthi
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Fated tIC eater satin ended in a train. Her finger- : I" ., ..... ... .
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i pianist and Mis Winnie !!dress was of pink asters. a small cap which was held in teacher to-toe United States was C ..."_ ..... .
Beck of ZeBwood soloist pre- Master Gary Ratter of ZeQwood place by a cluster of orange blossoms. 1325 in 1130. san in 1921 &ad li t g7+aiir fK Mania t1i. I
aested the program of nuptial m a- was rin bearer. Her bon uet was an aid !f$1.<<1 to 1340. ; .
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tsd .Jaa Whitney, of ZeCvood. Thomas Nicholson Jr. of Eustls.wh2e .. centered with a large yellow
meted the cacdlea. ushers mctaded Jimmy Vincent. 1I ciahha. .AnnouncedW. ASPHALT TILE-Nine D4Ueret CdmGrrap
Lister Bin Vincent and Barcld o
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the trade wore a town cousin.
Bars
Xr. 'the a reception engagement and j
ceremony the
TAkpIand. Her gown an off- ; is announcing
wsth ef .bIte fitted altpper bodice sa=aDd. fashioned accectoat was held at the home of / shoulder model was of blue net approaching marriage of hlsjt I o ALL WOOL CARPETING ,

slot fines. The tec? vatsts .Miss EcteCe King, where palms over pink taffeta. Her headdresswas t daughter. Mildred, to CpL Henry t" mad tr widths; aIM n- anti Jr a..riag.o .
baskets of tladioU formed
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aeafloped and noznencscerrrtd of blue net and pink flowers witt be an .
: waa a tracefal setto*. Mr. and Tyrof The wedding LINOLEUM
descended from and her old-fashicced bouquet of -
I i Bedehce.tettonx wcU; the bug ;,Mrs. Leon Osborn greeted the t.i'1"J pink gladioli was tied with matching ; event of mid-Summer. Inlaid Co lII,1HJI Csaitlitri
CU guess and presented them to thereeetrinc .; ribbon. The bride-elect is a graduate of Battleship !
a.Ht'tS ended hi a point over' nebIn' )fl'.j
line. vy Bob Lewis was best man and J. the Fulton. Miss High School in
veil bridal SSoalonwaa
y wrtt. cf Mrs. McIntyre, mother of the R. Johnson of Quitman. Ga. and the class of '43 and is now 'ern-
catoht to her htnuacmt head by and a aced cor- bride, wore a lavender sheer dress ... :, : Jerry Baker of Lakeland were ployed by the American Fire and AMERICAN RUG AND LINOLEUM N i
aDd ef orange and a corsage of pink carnations.The .... ushers Casualty Co. .
p *rU. She carried a white orchid bridegroom's: mother chose a CpL Tyroff is a member of the SC3 Xcrtli Orange Ave .Ma tl-lIli
The bride mother chose
a pink
e ea a prayer book, and wore pmk etched chiffon dress. and y dress and of US AAF and is now stationed at
pingladioli
crepe corsage
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her creamed A a2sIe
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( wore a corsage of pink carnations. Mrs. Parguhar. motherof ; Eg2n ----
Mrs. A. R. King aunt of the bride, .. the bridegroom. wore a whiteprint
B. Drfcrt Jr. of I : .,/ HELP WANTED: FOREIGN
Mr* D. en Apop- wore a yellow sheer dress witha crepe dress and a corsage: of
ka WM eutrea of honor and wore corsage of pink carnations. 4I_ peach colored gladioli. 1 I MINISTERi
a town of ptrJt marosuette. which I I The' bride's table coveted ; i OKLAHOMA CITY. Okla. :UPI Coith
Following: the wedding a reception Al Says:
t' tines and aft ''' Allen Street become w 1tf7
ftatsnd locc an with a linen cloth was centered /4.,11 was held at the home of Mr. ; Mayor may ,
th- hocl er ceck&ne she wore wtth a four-tiered wedding cake and Mrs. J. C. Toole. grandparents the first municipal: chief to have

; iBaUhy. gloves and carried a Ranked by crystal candelabra. iI .: of the bride. The bride's a committee foreign affairs. ..... . .
k bocxpet of suture: blue asters her :Mrs. Jack Voss. Mrs. C. P.. Mooreof rThe Mayor threatened to name At ts t IIIN si ,.. Aisles to . 1n .lad ..
headdre being an arrangement Palatka.Mrs Byron McCoy and ; table tiered was wedding centered cake with topped a three-witha .such a committee after receiving fly .-! Htny, es ,,*# ss 1.4 s dee. S... .... rA s. tie wetli
-a ef a-jtfhlnc Oowm. Mrs. Ralph Osborn presided at ., miniature bride and three foreign language letters in .,4 ape.' if tNre it &feu .is4 IIr" lit ... a a Mfc M
The eridesmaids"" were the Ulsas the bride's table. Mrs. Margaret / the reception groom.Following the.one day. The first was written in e4.tta .! M irKktn 1... sad is te..s aw.e ... tae ..... _
Ray Moor and Anne Barstoa Pries"' of Ocoee kept the bride's }' ,. couple left on a wedding trip to .French' -the Mayor thought. The I lock .W *krf. This C&eMS s ru..a,. cart .. ... ......sd
- - bock. and Mrs. W. D. Lorelady f Daytona Beach and on their return second was addressed to "the bur- Ie.-.s. TItS ltwet is tbveaM.. ...., .......... 4 is d .hut;
of ZeUvood presided in the gift ty are making: their home in ccm Lr r.- and he decided it was I.H ti.se i HKh ea4 ... ssrdev ae a sarg oat rsssrso.
.? room.Mrs. Paul Johnson of Mount Orlando. For traveling the bride in German. The only word he ..,. A matun sf a..4 ...Is n It..id iM1g I faftgiwtai (
Dora played traditional : rEtidorinz C. . wore a blue worsted suit and theyellow could-Italia.: "read in the third was .. I .....- d &ett. te i.e .... si .... As gafirq ....
I WATCH the reception: 7 dahlia from her wedding : be repeated w IS t. ISloin. 4eyt..
The couple left on a short wed- bouquet
dica the bride traT elmg In aXavy I ;
i trip OPEN STOCKDINNERWARE Day tMs sad H.b ices a.e. b s.Sa p..-.rr. twby
carffftx- blue. Including suit with a matching Navy milan accessories. I 31OXZT XO OBJECT: .-4 ..joy tWir dertiag earn ... nine ......... prrtfMlt w

hatr An. orchid,corsage completedher sweet HUNTINGTOJ-toothed prowler Ind.smashed IDP1 A s 10 Beautiful Patterns wig r.4 jut tie pleat fa .bet .... ...... fir r M W pia
costume. it keIe trio heORLANDO.
ION ).{n. Toole graduated from 1rtneSoof a filling station here THE CHINA MART I.I I.
reached through and took two I
wN e+ Apopka Hlth School and attended
iarrl s..rr.r. L HJ }I cans of chocolate syrup a can of 441-443 K.Orange ATe '
Stetson i Unrrersity. She is emCbmpiet -
I cherry syrup and some candy.The NURSERIES t -
-i MRS. J, P.TOOLE I cash register alongside the window I ,
war not touched. &51 X. OrangeAte.
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One of ;11; : ;:
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I West Pointers DIAPER SERVICE
commanded both
MisrfalMdSMRi.. s."Iils ployed in the office of the Plymouth mington.. N. C.: Mrs. J. E. Hays ;
Union and Confederate .......
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Citrus Growers Asa, of I and Miss Jacqueline Hays of Jacksonville :: 1 New Accounts::: and Pcture -
Truss-Supports- Crutches the end of the Civil Wu and + rummy lhibciniioc..xzazir.
Plymouth.Mr. ; Mrs. Brown Taylor and I i Reservations Are Solicited XOWEXS -
Whtsl Ginks a.dSeds! : Toole graduated from Eus- |son Clifford of Lire Oak; Miss commanded major one or both sides inevery : ; TeJephoaeue: rusts "
tis High School and is employed !Dolly McClenny of Ft.Pierce; Mrs. engagementthe 1 ORXJUTOO WTNTXK rags
Salts end RentalsNaot.raoira In the office of the first Rational' 'J. 1... George of Gainesville; Mr.I war. .. _.
Bank at Orlando. [:and Mrs.W. H. Cagle and daugh-
.i.9 f Sttt : Out-of-town guests for the wedding !ters. Anne and Sue EUcn. of Lake "':- f.-.. -41::
included Mrs. H.J. Mdntyre. I Wales; Mrs.C. P.Moore. the Mlssies .,' ,. .... ::'
.,.."., a.a- . t Mrs. H. R.Jackson.. Miss Rebecca t Anne Boston and Ray Mooreof ..- :: :f.. > -;>.,,'
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rrs A )IAVS WORLD I Orlando Florida 6 1947 &un fyrntinrl-&tar I 21
July ltltt !
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INDIANAPOLIS. Ind. IDPJ( I i Black-Dobbins _ __
Housekerptnc may be a 'mothers
job but the Indianapolis public I trouble properly rear them is a LONG ARM OF ONFID ICE j the street. H* rwd tto* "<""' on

school system employs 3&o men to Nuptials Held Divorce Blamer criminal and she should be pun- SOUTH BEND. Ind. IUPJ :Mrs. a card incfcfe. tt was. ITP W.:in

keep the schools shipshape--and. I ,, 4 tr '4 ished for defaulting on the obligations :.John Lang was riding home on a she got home she found :u 11t'..:. not a woman ransacked. The Uiir' <- .IP;; 'II'-
Here Saturday r SometimesMisplaced she assumed when.she married 11.bus when the driver stopped it, ly had dropped the slul>c m their

The brut Smrke I :.got out and picked up a purse in set-awav.:
maintains '
M The marriage of Mrs. Ralph 4 4 Y Yr ; .
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f i _. McDonald Dobbins of this city spondent in saying; that I
r p:=' "....' Ms formerly of Atlanta to Newton vorce trial should be tried in a' !
By DOROTHY DIX court of law in which the evidence r' 'ir ,
I L Reid Black of this city formerlyof : k Dear Miss Dix: When a marriage -.I on both sides should be weighed 9 ,r.
&lilHIf' Duluth. Minn, and Chicago . w..;' f sy ends in divorce unless the I and the verdict rendered accord I

t HI. was solemnized Saturday at d f wife has committed some crime I E ingly. .. 7 : i
JAHEI 0. o
10:30 a-m. at the First Methodist she gets all the sympathy and the I I
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If Church. s ', Dear Miss Dix: We are a'
husband all the blame. Every-
group of young mothers in our
The Rer. Robert M. Blackburn body pities and "poor Marys" her. 20's and all of us who have lost I Q oq
ClofhesW associate minister of the church !! than three teeth have
I Smart This often works .great Injustice more gotten
performed the ceremony. .i' r 4a r, very fat while those who still have
1r the The courts should I I II
on man.
lorChildren The bride wore an aqua tailored V a I their own. teeth are slender. i j
I suit with black and white accessories .judge a broken marriage by facts I I: Should we get false teeth? Has I .
and an orchid corsage.Follo..tnc and decide it on the evidence just:' our having gotten so fat been because i I I

1 the ceremony the s y like they do any other case. If ;,I we have been unable to chew ; i
19 couple left on a wedding trip to I
W. Washington St. our food
; they found that the wife had been I
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the West Coast. On returning they f- j i MRS. N. R. :
d1G: .. ".t .... will reside here. as Mr. Black is lazy selfish trifling and had nev- :'I Answer: Better consult a doctor ;i i
-- - - --- -- : \ er made any effort to make a com- i{i about the matter. And do it ; 3

fortable home for her family she quickly. It is easy to put on fat --Ap/ y

' should be denied any alimony.She and hard to get rid of it. But if i
$ you don't slenderize while you are
should be made support young you will never do it. I

b'01tAf 3 herself. It would make many a I
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$ \ IF VITAMINS
I she couldn't make a racket out.of

i ...,.. . being know a parasite whereof on I speak her husband.I because. DONT BUCK YOU UP I

1 for 20 years I: was the victim of a try NUXATED IRON
1i i lazy woman; who never made mea wba rem doFteg roe a a.O.lia., BLU
.'l:. y: ..., decent home nor gave me any .tea.Ioet.'t Ifyitinlaa bolo yeti b.t.C='aotJar t = aedrd roe a +- You 'ii be. as fresh as a Lark
t companionship and who spent her KCXATED IRON to Bore tail f3
( color la TOOT blood got fun nd blOOd twine peony
e : time lying on the bed sleeping her red lest eeedwdl 80.5
Frx ven
.. life because she "1a /er eit.. awbua. I:tbne a to . after a night's sleep on one of our innmprtniT
: ; away was too no-, Irt&L Bvt _tab za directed a. tile iaIML
\ : <, account to do anything else. She I j I mattresses and box springs. Premier steel calls fiv

YOUR DR. AND MRS. DANIEL KRESS didn't drink smoke dress herself I you that restful support ;you want.

. will celebrate quietly. up read or have any interest in Read the article starting on You can depend on RUSS MATTMPBB COMPANY '
HOME COOLING PROBLEM the world. She bored me to tears. Pace 5. June Readers Digest
making quality mattresses-thejr>e doat ss lor ft
i! & ., Finally I rebelled and I left her "WHENWill
AT ITS SOURCE and years.
divorced her. But I got all

t Tuesday to Mark 63d Wedding the blame for being so cruel to a You Be Sued?" Factory directly to you insure the MftMfjg) a f si MV
Remember last Aatnst when jrrmdispalriaf good woman who was good-for- dollars. .
.ere eH of roar carefully nothing. See us forComprehensive
t kid piaaa-"hades down pal looUnjlipeoren Date for Dr. and Mrs. Kress 000 Personal Come in and select your materials or pasga S-SS1S I**
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-that wen to create. EQUAL RESPONSIBILITY our representative.
@udo.d eootnees within the__ J Answer Liability :
Dr. and Mrs Daniel Kress of liance of America in his honor. He : Marriage Is a part-
They all seemed. --.The All was 1 j $10,000 for $10.00
Jut as bat as crer.the room tempera.. 405 Niblic Ave.. Dubsdread, will J was one of the organizers and was nership in which both husbandand j $50,000 for $13.50
We jut II hIP. observe their 63d weding anniversary the first president of that organ I wife agree to pool their all $100,000 for $14.00 RUSS MATTRESS CO.

This year aehre jour bout scaling on Tuesday. There will be zation. The foundation was pro- and work together to make a hap- n

problem by lastallisr PermanentVentilated no special celebration as the latter posed and the first contribution !' py home, and when' either one defaults Hall Bros. Agency I : 1122 W. Church St. Tel. 2 2215nnsFMeTiat !
-Redwood Awnings.They also a physician has not came from the National health i, on his or her part of the -
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keep the hot nn of UM nm out a10 .been well lately. journal. Life and Health. ,, bargain he or she should be madeto N. Orange Tel. 5189 r

law thtcooEacbrceses to enter treelr.Tfcey On Df. Kaniel Kress' 85th birthday Dr. Kress. who is internationally pay the penalty for it. -- .
Uekte this cooBac problem at June 27. he received word known as an advocate of j Many men welch on their por- ----.- --.
IU caret: ttey are M flinch soars from Washington, D. C.. that a healthful living, pioneered in the tion of the contract but the law
i tba jut M fflasioa of cooltk1tmn71ui1r -. Kress Foundation has'been estab- use of vegetarian diet and in abstinence can deal with them by forcing .1111111/1'

F. lished by the Anti-Tobacco Al- of all things Injuriousto them to support their families; 112
REDWOOD AWNINGS 1 health. He was the head of Many women also renege on their 112

I account executive for Merrill. Seventh Day Adventist institutions end of the agreement but just because S. Orange Ave.
Lynch. Pierce. Fenner and Beane. in Sydney, Australia in of their sex they generally S. Orange Ave.YOUR.
England and at Takoma Park. Md.. I get off without having to pay for l
Ventilated Awnings of Orlando Mrs. Black is secretary to E. L.
being cheaters quitters and shirkers.
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r Brewton. of the Brewton Co.. 'suburb of Washington D. C. I .
printers here. Mr. Black son of Recently he was the subject 'ofa
t "WE SERVE CENTRAL FLORIDA"Orlando I Every woman knows that her
double-page spread in the maga-
the late Mr. and :Mrs. David-Reid part of the
marriage contract Is
zine Citrus in which he gave
Black.of Duluth. graduated from
11 Eo CHURCH S1V-ROOM 115 to be a real helpmeet to her hus-
some of his views on citrus In the
Washington and Lee University
/ band: to make him a comfortable
Phones where he was a member of the program of a wise and well-bal home; to provide him with
Delta Delta Tau fraternity. He is anced diet. He advised, in part good
SCSI Orlando 2-S061 Sanford 901-J food: to be.a companion to him:
I "When tempted to reach for a
a member of the Dubsdread Coun- to work shoulder to shoulder with
try Club and of the AmVets. ;, cigarette, reach for an orange him in laying the foundation of I
j instead.. Bv doing this and eating his fortune.
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Many
women are too
J. simple foods;desire for the smoke lazy and shiftless to do this. The
will lesson and will shortly dis able-bodied who
woman refuses to
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appear. get up and get her husband's
I Mrs. Kress who Is known to breakfast of a morning; who never 1i i
i-- thousands as "Dr. Lauretta. spe- cooks a decent meal whose house ;
cialized: in obstetrics and until always looks like a pigsty whose
she retired a year ago. she had children run wild because their
delivered 4,388 babies and lost only mother is too Inert to take the
one mother. When they celebrated

their 50th wedding anniversary.Dr. ONLY
ti Lauretta Kress invited all the FOR YOURFIREBRICK
"babies" she had delivered to attend ,

a reception on the lawn of NEEDS ; CHANCE 2 -
the Washington Sanitarium. Ta LAST
koma Park. Nearly 700 showedupr PHONE 6150 :
or next A wnters 5 I many of them parents by that

for
A FULL LINE OF

/ \ ; 7 : / time.Music REFRACTORIESIN'STOCK

Academy BIG BARGAINS
MORE DAYS

order your Payne Furnace now Recital SetBetty Industrial Equipment Co.

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and Ann Elizabeth Sweat studentsat 1620,N. Orange ,Phone 6750
the Orlando Academy of Music Cotton seersucker Crepe romaine' saris
will be presented in recital Tues- ... $2 00 sheer', spiny one sad I.. S4 00
," '" ." " ,......, spun, sheer* 11n n. .
8 piece. stiles, blacks sad
day at pjn. at the Academy.
Prints sol-
These three students will continue -stripes- were to high shades prints and ..en"

their session.studies during the Summer i : ; i Ids. Sizes 9-0. 9.99 sobds. Sizes: >-29, 3a-5C. 1.-

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The program has been announced 1 1 y., ,

rk as follows: ,
1 Sonata No. 14. op 27 Mo. :9 ,
(Moonlight Sonata) ____n__ Beethoven ,
} r Virginia Sanford Jk 1I. KIDDIE DRESSES KIDDIE DRESSES
Filth Nocturne _- -h- LerbachBettr ,
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Heart. Ever Faithful. SiDe I Baby dou stylei. Print and special: *ccasions -
Praiaes _Ann__._Elisabeth_________Sweat____ Bach I ,, sheers seersucker ct- 19c I Party- dotted a.us. $1.00

to., all colors ribbon' lapels, chaoibrky
Dark Eyes iRusaian Gypsy Air) crepe
.d here's f" why Duet Arr. by Rob Roy Pecrr i"I. and lace trim. Sizes 1-S, were to -lace and ribbo tr.... 1Ffl'e"
reason: : Betty Jones Virginia Sanford .
The Silver Nymph Helm :I r INNERSPRINGS ; &-It. 3.99 Sizes Z-1C 1.1I

Grand Valse Virginia Caprice l -8 __i u rdCarl_ Engelmana :: MA TTRES-SES i -"' -
Bettr JonesBercense . .
For the first time in six years, we can ; from the :opera Jocelyn C ). Oodard II : - - -
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Ann Elizabeth Sweat BOX SPRINGS
.assure prompt installation of PAYNE floor Chart of the Uhlans. Duet ____ Bohm 1 I
Betty Jones Virginia Sanford ;
HOLLYWOOD BEDSMANUFACTURED
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Ave Maria :_______'__nh Schubert
furnaces. Not only have shipments arrived Ann Elizabeth Sweat I : i SKIRTS
March: of Progress two pianos. Winiams TO YOUR

,but this is our "oft'season" as well. Scarf Betty Dance Jones_--_--__Virginia____--_ Sanford Chaminad : INDIVIDUAL ORDER

Men ana materials available.But Will Ton Remember Virginia(Sweetheart Sanford ). Bomber : Pickup and Delivery Service Crepe, romaine spun jersey linen, dtt n. Black, colors 00
are At Parting Rogers Anywhere IB Central Florida I $1
Anriiib Sweat I prints and combinations Pleats, straight cat .
don't count on similar conditions Missouri waltz _____------ Logan I : Can Us Today- gores
Betty Jones Sleep Better Tonir.hr : .ue t. 10M
!( FOR PAYNE FEATURES Concert Polonaise Duet _ Engelmann :
next fall! Take advantage of our ability to LOOK THESE : Betty Jones Virginia h Sanford .
The Last Rose of Summer (from ECHOLS BEDDING CO. : -- -" -
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the win- commit HEATiNC-Circulated opera Martha) n _ ?_ Plotow --- -
serve you now. Anticipate heavy warmth;no cold layers:! KIll Me Again -______,_ Victor Herbert : On Sanford Hw'y Just South of i
Ana Elizabeth Sweat Ii
the Underpin
ter demand for both remodeling and new SIMPLE INSTALLATION-No basementrequired Diana Betty(tw.Jones piaao) -------- Eduard Hoist i Phone Winter Park PS2 W :
Virginia Sanford i
Lord's Prayer __.__.____H__ Ma oU. I P. 0.. Box 717. Orlando.. Fla. : SLIPS PANTIESSatin
construction. Contact us while fULLY VINTlD-You.breatheonly Ann Elizabeth Sweat I -." .,." ..,.." " '.
fresh clean: air. No wall and and crepe tail
were' not so busy, before new window-sweating. ored ,and lace trim. S179 Elastic lee and lace

CLEAR VISION OBSERVATION CAP- . . . THERE IS NO INFLATION IN MAGNAVOX Tea rose and white. trim,many styles.Tea 59c
arise and while
shortages Pyrex; gas-tight. to
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PRICES. Despite higher material and labor costs efficient All sizes. rose and white.
1TUIDT, ATTRACTIVE Galul-F1ush 2.99 were09e
present prices prevail. with flooring.l methods of manufacturing and distribution have kept today's

1W IrIQRbLLi/ Free and emNATIONALL'.NOWN: QUAUTfSturdy Magnavox prices barely 20% above the pre-war level. Contrasted
heating plan
EII simple. long-lived. with an industry-average Increase of 50% to 55%, Magnavox
de endable.s .
mate. Drop in or telephone offers the greatest value In today's radio-phonograph market..

today. You can buy your Magnavox now with fun confidence that you NIGHTGOWNS b1 HANDBAGS -

will enjoy an enduring. value .. a lasting. investment in gracious

living. Satin and crepe. Lace Washable, Indestructibletrim.

look for tIf t sign 0'too erthorlztd Paynt Dialer { fall length. Ex- $2.39 plastic*.-:Zipper white, top black, haa-tadcator 25 C
tea special value. Only
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die, envelope std poach
Cke 'ffox 100 at this price. were 4.99 scales were Z.M

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j I *! Thetas Plan V4 . Miss Wager Anniversary With Open Home _ _

i Mr. and Mrs. D. J. McLeod. who his father are now ta UM RSrsatlty

Rush Party Becomes Bride have been residents of Orange business. -

; V :, I County since 1924. will celebrate Although Mr. MeUpd to. 84

For Monday Of E. M. Ppe 1 their 60th wedding anniversary years old. he Is very' alert of aftf

., 'n9i. Monday when they entertain with and has an undaunted a'tttatfe rf

ti Member of Kappa Alpha Theta Special to The Sunday Sera nel Stnr] an open house at their home In activeness that has pained far It rn
i many friends His "IfWI r.
TITUSVILLE Edwin Ryals
I sorority are Kivinjr a nub party Union Park from 2 to 6 pm. her hobby of aewii*
Wager of this city announces the Joys
Monday at the Tucker-Branhatn marriage of his daughter. Rosa It was on July 7, 1887. in "We want all our frtemi t* e...n t
tamp from 9 to 7 p.m. attests, who Marie to Edward Martin Poe on Grange. Ark., that Laura E. Hind- tomorrow. Mr*. UeLeort M Vd.
will include the college crowd have M Sunday June 22, at Folkston. Ga. J man of Lincoln. HI. became the "When you have your 0th aMl-
been Inytted for an afternoon of the ceremony being performed at 1 bride of D. J. McLeod. a native of versary. we want you to tmrttt otoo. >
Grange. At that time Mr. Mc- ." Mr. McLeod added to
and 12 A. the
swimming a picnic supper noon by Judge S. McQueen. -
ThflM attending will be the Miss Virginia Millsip was maidof .. .Leod combined his abilities as a young reporter.
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teacher in the -
Mines Joan HUcock. Vera Jarvis honor and Harry Dickerson } Fiz433; : s -
with being minister for
Betty Ann Bazemore. Betty Made Y was best man. Others present were Grange a EXPERT
email church there. Mrs. Mc
the
Darts. Pat Kerr Barbara Rinker t ; Mrs. Harry Dickerson and Lowell 1. I I WATCH '
REPAIRING
Elizabeth; tucker Donna Evans. Wright all four being from Jacksonville i!.? ,. Leod was for many years of a nurse
x : in the State Hospital Lincoln
< II in Swiss
k Specializing Aawr-
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Harriet Bippie. Annette Peter. Sally t .
Woodbury. Mary Jean Atwood Mrs. Poe is a graduate of Titus- :a.<. ; { I1L"When ican Watches. a Days Service
Ann Eidson. Louise Finne. June VViTi? 'z aF vllle High School and has been '-i ,. ue first came to Florida I ORLANDO JEWELRY =
; VV resided In Winter Park and
Coaein Carolyn Shiver Mary Ford. In the employ of the State Wel- we
Phoebe Miller, Betty Carol Med- t.t t. fare Board. Selective Service and ... .:'t'J.Py..w, moved a year later to Union Park." I 256 S. Orange Corner Jackae
lock. Mary. .Warner.. Lois Ann Civil Service at Miami. Orlando ' informed Mrs. McLeod. a spry and -- -
'
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Stevens Gay Cubbedce. and Lyl and Banana River and is now employed f \ ::.' amiable lady." "We have been here ,:
at the Indian River Schoolof : ever since. ;
son Beyle of Sanford. BATON TWIRLINGClasses
t Nancy Monroe. Ann Lee Jessie a Aeronautics at the Titusvttle- Both Mr. and Mrs. McLeod have
Tate. Sue Stratton. Ann Louise : Cocoa Airport.Mr. been active members of the Union I' Thursday 1.7 PJiL
Fletcher. Jackie Butte and Jean y Poe. a graduate of Tit{s- y,rov:, :J'' Park Chamber of Commerce the
:. Bosai.uelt.( all of Leesburf. .j\. ville High School attended Flor- Townsend Club there and the Union O.H.S."BOB" .
I t> ida Southern College at Lakeland Park Community Club. Thompson
Tinge day about 3500. Beacon Business College at Their son Edgar McLeod. was ,
On an ; .
., Snsation l Baton T rltaf SUr II
> Wilmington. Del., and Bowling principal of the Orlo Vista School I .
Americana are disabled because < of !\CIOn.-.
000 the tmver it> \ IIMrn.trucupg
of lllnesa Green Business University at -[Our Own Staff Photo: M=CoIJurn ,and later assistant principal at {I
? V Bowling Green Ky. He served in MR AND MRS. D J. M'LEOD the Union Park School. He and ; k

the U. S. Navy. from 1941 to 1946. . will be married 60 years Monday. i
and on his discharge became associated -

r> . Martin H.with Poe.his in the father operation the late of Groups From St. Luke's CUSTOM BUILT BLINDSBy

ccfJ the. Poe Grocery. Unity ChurchTo
Mr. and Mrs. Poe have an Attend Summer Camps
.i. ia z apartment at the home of Mrs. Orlando Venetian Blind Mfg. Co.
I 3 Poe's grandmother Mrs. Ellis Dedicate Several boys and girls from st..

V Wager,..88 First Street. Luke's Cathedral are attending 1739 S. Kuhl Are.-Ph. 80M

x :: .' Main Course Salads New OrganFriends camping periods at Camp Wing- Our own "Best-Alum" e ., "...
i mann. the Summer camp of the i and "BestWood"Blinds.

k .:<:. Simplify Summer Dining and members of the Episcopal Diocese of South Florida 4 t

ITEJIaiia ...; .: For family supper or company Unity Church 503.S. Orange Ave., situated at Avon Park. .
.. buffet molded salad dishes are will join in the dedication of the Attending Camp St. Mary from Free Estimat .; :
festive and tempting for hot Sum- church's new Hammond organ and June 29 to July 11 are: Mary Quick Service ,.,
I //.I; mer nights. They can provide a
11 Blanton Betty Arendt Anita
< nourishing main course If made Maas cathedral chimes at the FACTORY PRICES .r9Jflii
and Katherine
Tucker Barker
devotional service today. i
a.m.
with meats, cheese or fish.There'sno
MRS. THOMAS BAKER YALE sweltering\ over the kitchen The minister the Rev. CarolynH. Nancy Appleby. We d. all Undi of Re-
I. I will be assisted by Attending Camp St. Andrew, pairing, Refinishing, Re- 1fflifl[
Parsons
i their preparation and
stove
St. James. In
\ I [ 1 / . nuptials at they can be made up a day ahead Mrs.Josephine Stuckle Miss Faitn July 20 to Aug. 1 will be: Rich- taping, ResUtUnc. ,

a IM1 Jk..1 /; : and held in the refrigerator. Summer Cornwall, P. Frank Gibson and ard Blanton. LeRoy Springsteen. I All Work Done by Factory 0
Henry Louttit Richard Taylor Trained Employees. : _
at the
nights won't seem half so stifling Mrs. Lillian Stowe organist
a Its outsides say "fine / Miss\ Suzanne Rolfe Becomes particularly if one of the fol- service. Harvey Lew Thompson. Edwin Eu-' For Free Estimate .:.. -
i furniture." Its inside i lowing recipes fortmain course The order of worship will be as gene Cannon and Thomas Apple- Phone 8059 FACTORY -::" -
salads Is served in the garden. follows:
: : ,ay "elegant engine ; Bride of Thomas B. Yale j Chicken In Aspic( Opening Statement: God. Infinite Good by.Dorothy Vosburg will attend. - --

? = lnf.M The Scott i* built ; 2 cups chicken stock or Gloria is the Patrf one presence and one power. to Camp 16. St. Francs frcm Aug. 4

I' : : for thoM who can afford : The marriage of Miss Suzanne Park took place the latter partof canned chicken. bouillon Three minute meditation
lid tbsp. gelatin Hymn No. 5, Holy. Holy Holy
t, i.1 e the bnt. ,I Kathryn Rolfe. daughter of Mr.i June'' at St. James Catholic 1 med. can chicken or 2 cups Responsive service Programs of special Interest in i.

: and Mrs. James A. Rolfe. to Church. The Rt. Rev. Monsgr. leftover chicken The Lord: Prayer. geography and geology. Inter- .JJ
Hymn No. 23 Rejoice Ye Pure in Heart
Thomas Baker Yale son of Mr. John G. Bishop officiated. 2 hardbotled eggs Scripture reading American affairs pre- medical
scgJrr f' ( 1i and Mrs. Arthur Yale of Winter The bride, given in marriage by 8 tiny cocktail onions or, 1 I Prayer I training radio broadcasting and rr.
.
chopped raw onion Hymn No. 17 Praise to Thee. 0 Great social administration are* offered q&, OF
-. I her father wore a white crepe "Tempt the family with this AnnouncementsSolo Creator by the College of Arts and Sciences -
lesl Trailer Shop two-piece dress. with a- peplum summer style chicken" Look ad- I. I of the University of Florida. WINTER PARKS
back. Her halo hat was of white vises. When chicken stock is hot. I Address by the Minister: We Give

Trail-R-Coat Paints ribbon and she wore a corsage of II stir in gelatin which has been pre- I Offertory Thanks
JObinon viously soaked in V2 cup of cold RADIO SERVICE I
BenedictionThe 1
2225 W. Washington purple throated white orchids. water. Tear chicken into sizable SALON
Dial 6894 Her strand of pearls was the gift pieces and add to stock after it public is cordially Invitedto ROME MOTOROLA AUTO

/ / (COlt Winter Garden Road] of the bridegroom. has cooled. Then mix In small Other attend.activities for the week Expert record changer service workguaranteed Featuring Such Known Makes As
The bride's only attendant was I pieces of egg and the onions. Pickup and Delivery Nationally
:Miss Katherine Yale who wore a will include Monday at 8 pjn.
I Place in a mold or small loaf Economy Auto Supply Store
QtO. pan
jtU i RHYTHM-STEP
it dress of light blue crepe with class in The Principles of Heal- STRIDE-RITE
i chill 3 4 with
i or hours serve 233 S.
may- Grant Ave Phone C443If
eii TERMITE, CONTROL white accessories and a corsage of onnaise and a green salad. ing. On Tuesday at 10 o'clock t 1 KICKERINOS FERNCRAFT
i yellow roses. Arthur Yale Jr. acted Roquefort Cheese Ring there will be a class in Make Your I -
Ml N. Orange Ave : 2< TEAKS Or DEPENDABILITY" as best man for his brother. & lb. Roquefort or Blue cheese Life Worth While and on Wed- LOWEll Its tough BARRETT ORIGINALS
TtL Mil : CALL PRONE OB WRITE David Yale uncle of the bridegroom 2 3-oz. packages cream'cheese nesday at 8 p-m. You Can Be OaT .n Tim W*
/ B4rI.s...* 1 and Kenneth Qragert. 1 tbsp. gelatin Prosperous. LOANS I. F inane* STORE HOURS 8:30 A. M. TO 6:00 P. M.BROWN'S .
j Iiliii fii.i doll ttil r i H. L. COX brother-in-law of the bride were 3. Pint heavy cream There will be two daily prayer It" -
T1SH IRMA IT, \ ushers. :Make a smooth paste of the two services one at noon and the other -
A..L..L.\.e.L.LL.\ -- -- The program of nuptial music cheeses. Dissolve gelatin in ft I at 3 pan. with the exception Installment 1..nDist. SHOE STORE
I --- - -- -. was given by Mrs. A. M. Hickey cup of cold water t.hen'stir it over of Saturday afternoon and Sun- 4th alas
organist and Mr. Crawford solo- hot water to work out the lumps. day. Prior to each prayer servicea I
ist.The Add cheese paste to well-whipped call to prayer will be played on FIRST NATIONAL BANK 160 PARK AVE. SO. WINTER PARK PHONE 69M
church altar was decorated cream and finally stir in the gela- the outdoor chimes. Heater! 1'I with white dahlias and fern with
a -- -- -- -- --
tin. Put into a cold: wet mold I
background of palms and candlesin and let stand in refrigerator 3 .
Ju f
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1/u teect tall candelabra.
a
/ rrtn hours-longer if you wish Gar-
The bride's mother wore an ; nish with lettuce and sliced toma-
aqua and white print dress with toes and serve with French dress- CHECK /WITH CO'UJC5Utcmt . V
white accessories and a corsage of 'ing or thin mayonnaise. Serves i 11'3 ,
pink tea roses. Mrs. Yale motherof 6t8. t tr .
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the
bridegroom
wore a yellow
ELECTRO LUXf and print dress with matching accessories I I .$ .
and a corsage of pink ALL-FLORIDA I 00 '
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carnations. Mrs. John P. Murphy ..I I METAL AWNINGS CO. -- I I ; J
grandmother of the bride was attired 11 -- "
*in a black sheer with black I Lifetime aluminum
BUILT 5v STATE EXPERTS and white accessories and corsage t F. H. A. Financing

of white carnations. DON GRACE .
A wedding breakfast was held at --1 ---
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the Lake Eola Hotel immediately 000 4
I following the ceremony at which .
the wedding party family and a INVESTIGATE t' lE you BUY In the Dining Room . .

I few close friends were present. t.tstaw ,
re !The bride's table was centered ? At ,the Office . 1
i with a tiered wedding cake decorated -
I with white asters and fern. 1l
Mrs. Kenneth Gragert kept the s.. r.M.n .
I bride's book. ,.
Out of town guests for'the wedding Agtnt l
I were Mr. and Mrs. David A HOMf.TOWN TRANSACTION
Yale and children Ann, Barry and
Ted. of Venezuela and Miss Laura -
I Hauksworth of St. Cloud.' 'r
HEAR
EVEN IN .L '
The couple left on an extended .

wedding trip through the West. .r i .
I Mr. Yale is the grandson of Mr. NOISY PLACES .
I and Mrs. Thomas Baker of Utica. .
N. Y- and Mr. and J
Mrs. William In the Bedroom
.
Yale of New,York City. New In the Room
AIMn-On Senetena Dressing . .

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Salt is one of the most impor- This newest Sonotone la the BEAUTIFUL .
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longer on salt and 'water than he comfort through) a noity-day Clear Lucite. V ti
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; ,"\Marriage Mr. Gale Told Episcopal Tea Table AIR-FLIGHT

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(Continued from Pale 17] : Church SchoolAt CIRCULATOR _

piece errpe own with blue bodice and Mrs Garner Gehi. and Chatter All metal-4200 Cubic

,nd black skirt with email black I D. O Ernsberger. an of Mns.j; By KITTY HENRY, Society Editor CathedralThe Ft. per Min. 3 Speed. 54235. .l= "

t hat encircled with blue flower I Mr. and Mrs, E C. Harrison. Mr. I CHAROE OF THE Florida State Federation of Poetry Club's
; and a corsage of white atm. and Mrs IN Church School of the [Continued from Pace 171
Clyde Harrison Miss
i new radio program. Patterns In Poetry, is Mrs. William Ann Cathedral Church of St. Luke WE DELIVERYOUR
The bridriroom's mother chose Mary Hue?, Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Platts. author and teacher who is known professionally ai Ethel Ann Episcopal Is meeting-every Sun- spending this weekend over at 123.Jlaln6t.
CHEC>I: W1TH cf&qct4urIt -
a lone dices of Kretn and white Bridges, and Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Platts. Mrs. Platte is also* narrator for the program which will be day morning at 9:30 In the Cathedral Neptune Hall Melbourne Beach. rhone aUI

printed inter, and war a flowered Watkins of Wlld,ood; Mr and heard over station WORZ each while the kindergarten and 000CHRIS
"picture hat and a corsage of Mrs. O. O. McCollum. Jacksonville Sunday at 1:30 pm. nursery departments are meetingat RAVNDAL blew into I.
town last week, en route from
This will include the the Cathedral School. 228 E.
attrs. program
: Central Ave. Cuba to Washington and found
The couple left on a weddingr Miss Nell Cmuhaw, Miss Jean reading of poetry composed by The Vacation School Is meetingon his brother and
trip to Mew Orleans. La. the bride Xtery. Miss Margaret' : Wilkinson members of the federation and also Wednesday mornings at the ERIC and FLOSS RA sister-In-law'j FA'VORITEOO1tto
.
tmtlint a tailored and Mr. and Mrs.Timothy Merrill <: musical selections. Membership in Cathedral School from 9.30: to I just left the day before for the I ?
j yellow linen of Orlando: Mrs. A B. Md an. the federation is open to those who 11:30. with instruction motion North . However Chris is Just
suit a Panama hat and brown and Mr. and Mrs Donald McLean appreciate the art, as well as to pictures handicraft and refresh- like home-folks having visited I
and white arceuortes. wearing an of Bartow: Mr and Mrs. W. T. those who write verse. ments. here on many occasions, and his'
orchid eoTMte On returning they Shaddick, of Lady Lake: ),Ir. G. '' 000VACATIONTIME Both the church school and the friends here have seen to it that '
will mid tn Sanford A. Tucker. Cocoa Mrs. Bessie M. Vacation School will continue to his brief visit was filled with informal -
Out-of.town ruesu for the wedding Stafford.Tampa: Mrs. Grace Rut- IS here ands meet through the month of July. get-togethers. He returns
Included. Mr, and Mrs. William land. Banner Elk N. C.. :: I tourist this year Canon Robert K. Gumm. the today to Washington and his very
lloag. Earl Broome. San- Mr. and Mrs. Clyde H. Lockhart. will find neighboring countries church school superintendent is high-bracket'Job with the State
ford Mrs. James Gale, Mr and and ),Ir. and Mrs. Ira W. McCollum. eager to give a taste of foreign conducting the vacation school Department.
Mrs. Wtllum dale Mr and Mrs. I, of Brookivtlle.; Mr. and Mrs. travel. Vying with the scenic won- assisted by Mrs. Gumm. the 000 THENEST SELECTION IN TOWN
. r Bard Oak Miu Marie Gale. Ml**! i! J 8 Peck, Haines City: Mrs. De- ders of.the United States is the canon's wife; Mrs. Grace K. MARY ADELAIDE and ALBER-
Anne Gale. Mist. Jean Gale. Mrs. borab Draudy. Webster; Miss t :, fact that over-the-border destinations Gumm. the canons mother: Mrs. TA FARISS arrived in town Wed-
W. B WUlmott. Mr. and Mrs r. Coleman Mr. after three ALBUMSJerome
i i, Margaret Caruthers. ; Phillip N. Igou and Mrs. Joseph nesday night spending
have become easily
t B Kenron. Mb Jackie Wittlns.MiM ,,and Mrs. Broward Miller. Eustis; : more Beard. weeks, visiting relatives: up In
Clarice I 1 tA available thanks to improved and . RUTH LEEDY and
Wright Mba Sarah and Mr and Mrs. P. T. Bennett. Those attending the Vacation Georgia Kern
I Bard. Mir Jo Brown. Robert Bard, DcLand and Malcolm S. McCOl- : expanded transportation facilities. Tom- ATT.ENE WHEELER got off yes- Songs
School by
Nancy Appl
are:
I Mr ap t M'c O C Brocknwn. Mr lum, Wt'httiffton D. C SS;? {. U. S. tourists to Mexico. Central my Appleby, Betty Arendt, Bar- terday for High Hampton. Inn Fred Waring
4'S.. American countries and Canada Cashiers N..C., where they'll
: bara Joan Metz. George Pair
'.. need no passports, as the only Anita Tucker. Eddie Hotaling. spend a couple' of weeks playing
WIYU AND MOTHUS of euMcma MM identification is tourist golf. ,Sextet Sessions :
necessary Harry Bates. Judith Anne Har- .
j ALCOHOLISA1WHIT1 MRS.AA/II WILLIAM PLAITS cards obtainable through consu- rell. Jennie Toole Anita Toole. Benny Goodman :-\.-
Miss .
.. . conducting new program lates and travel agencies. Escorted Laura James Bettes. Patsey Lip- Hookway
t 8.sNdoty T..w ... Or W.. .. "J.' ... tours take to the air In streamlined trips that bring picturesque pert. Majory Lippert, Majory Becomes BrideOf .
_, CROSS HOSPITAL foreign lands within reach of travelers with short vacations. However Klettner. Diane Jones. Elaine William Tell Overture.
.. .......
... .. . Jones, Joe Johnston. Joe Steed. interest here Is the announcement '
: 410 C:*..tl A..... St. fNf...., fie.FLORIDA' ladies few vacationers who decide on the.spur of the momentto Merle Slatron. Joe Bennett, Betsy made today by Arturo Toscormif
take a trip will be able to do so. Cruises on most all types of ships Crane. Carrington Crane. Nancy George H. Hookway of Mt. Vernon -

are already booked to capacity for the peak Summer months and Mantey. Wallace F. :Mantey Ellen Ohio, of the marriage'of his Favorites .
I advance reservations by airline and train are advisable. Igou, Rebecca Thomas Hugh I daughter Myra. to William J. 't .-. All-Tune
o o 0THE Thompson. Martha Oils Greene I Jameson, son of Mrs. Mabel Jame Hairy James
CURRENT LAMENT of most women, who want to be in style, Barbara Jean Fakess. Joyce McKee son of this city which took place
\o"\DA MIIITIIII "Just how long should the hemline of our skirts be." And the Virginia Weise George Harris recently in the Methodist Church
} Beverly Boone and Douglas of Bethesda. Md.. with Dr. Have- Carle Comes Calling _
;, fashion experts say that the way the trend goes at presentis Coulter. lock.Chandler officiating.The .
C that you'll be correctly dressed if you lengthen your street bride was given in marriageby Frankie Carle _
I clothes' hemline about two inches. For cocktail outfits and other her father. Attendants were
I 1 ST. PETERSBURG II more dressy clothes the skirts may fall from mid-calf to ankle Holiday Rush Cuts Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Petersonof .
Sylvia 6La Source
: I length with high-style garments favoring the longer skirts. However Chicken OfferingsThe Bethesda.
1 Florid', only'Resident Military Academy with sensible women are adjusting lengths to their individual preferences The bride ,is a graduate of Mt. i E Minneapolis Symphony
.. Junior K.O.T.C. Unit. Member: Southern Association and the individual's height should be taken into consideration.o Hitching Post popular Ta- Vernon high school, class of '44, |
l vares dining has announcedthat
40% of. Colleges and Secondary Schools. Association o oMR. room and since that time has been em- 'I
11 of Military Colleges and Schools of the.United because of the heavy rush of I played by_the United States Pub-
AND MRS. Melvin Wills hosts this weekend at customers the See our selection of Radios and Radio-Phonograph com
I t States. Highest& Government Rating An Accredited were a party on Fourth they will lic Health Service. Mr. Jameson is
University Preparatory School. Limited Enrollment at their home on Formosa St.. Winter Park, honoring their not be able to offer the special 97 a graduate of Winter Park High a binations. See the Sensational new Wire Recorder now
c Separate Junior Department young son Harry Wills who. was celebrating his seventh birthday. cent chicken dinner as featured in 'I School and served 33 months in
their advertising in The Sent.inelStar. on
ft For Information Address With the honoree were included Joe Len Battle Suzie Henry, Macey Instead they will offer a I the ETO with the' Fourth Ranger.
j Cat Waiter B. Mendel. I reldentFlerlda and Ralph Pike;Coleen and Gus Huggins and Jane Wills. Also present choice of several meats at the I Btn
Military Academy, St. Petersburg Florida were Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Huggins Mr. and Mrs. Joe Battle and same price.American. Upon returning from their wed- I
his iIilthT1 -
Mr. Jameson and 1
ding trip
rlbrlda's L...4iM Military Ac_4iay Established 19CS Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pike. bride are making their home at I
o o o Priest Honored
3014 Dent Place N. WWashing. -
LUCY HARRISON, who has been the houseguest of Ann' Turner PARIS API The Rev. William ton. D. C. I
the past several weeks, left yesterday to return to her homein Slattery of Baltimore yesterday I '
GRANTS 1Wt1I44 became the first American in four Birds cannot move their eyes :
. .
Clarksville, Tenn. Mrs. Sarah Goodman. Mrs. Ann Compton. EVERYTHING FINE
centuries to be elected to the post as human beings do to look at
Mrs. Clifford Shaheen and Miss Evalyn McEntire left Saturday to of Superior General of the Catholic jects, but must turn the
attend the National Education Assn. meeting in Cincinnati. They will Order of Vincentians. This is why birds have such Ob-I I IN THE MUSIC UNf
represent the Orange County Classroom Teachers' Assn.. of which French priests always have headed ble necks for twisting the
Mrs. Goodman is president. . Returning today from a sojourn at the order. around in every direction. 232 N. Orange L H. Rheaey.Mer.
I __ _
Pleasant Green Cottages. Daytona Beach will be Fontaine Winston "
I
and her houseguests. Helen'Harrell ,of Suffolk. Va.. and Olga Des.
champs of Orangeburg S. C. The three girls graduated as registered .
I
I nurses from the Medical Center of Virginia at Richmond this June.
/ I. . MaJ. and Mrs. Robert W. Doenges of Henkel Cir.. Winter Park.
have as their houseguest for several weeks his mother Mrs. Bessie
\ f..i h Knight Doenges. of Baltimore Md.Presbyterian .


f ; I Postal Exams Slated 1I


t :These:! Circles SetMeetings For Winter Park t0SthatstaYlookedat.

Examinations for positions in

the Winter Park post office including -

substitute clerk carrier

\VrltY'S GfNTLE PALMO SOAP The Circles of the Woman's and special! delivery messenger .

Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian I, 'were announced yesterday by the I '
fuR 4-ci. coke regularly 9c1 Contains :
'
UJ Civil Service Commission. 1
Church will hold meetings $f C
1 palm coconut and other soothing oils. 711 Monday in the homes of the members Veterans' preference will be observed .

I Buy at least a dozen at this low pricel.I err as follows: : and age limits for othersare
: 18 to 50. Application forms
Circle No. 1-Mrs. C. C. Potter which must reach the U.S.. Regional : .
BOX OF 500 LYNCREST TISSUES chairman will meet at 10:30: am. I! Civil Service office not lat- I

with Mrs. Potter on Lake Conway 'er than July 24. may be obtainedat
Regular 29c a box! Three-ply highly i 5 for ; Circle No. 2-Miss Mary i the Winter Park post office -S'

absorbent tissues especially good for I Af Branham. chairman will meet i from Mrs. Lucile overstr et. I :

removing moke up. See how you save 1 with Miss Anna Tuttle 122 Lucerne | The blind spot of the eye where .__: :.:.._ _ t ; 9WIW
dr.. at 3 : Circle No 3 :
pm. the optic nerve enters the eyeball :: Sp
Mrs. E. P. Lavin. chairman will is: about one-eighteenth of
VELOUR POWDER PUFFS, regularly' lOc-54 meet with Mrs. Lavin and Mrs. an inch in diameter.
W. T. Clarke, at 613 E. Pine St,
POCKET NAIl) filES 4S\ "long,reg. lOc._.6t at 10:30 am. i t

Circle No.4 Mrs. Norman .4i..5 U5t.d..*bs
COSMETIC BAGS, rayon bengoline, r.g.25c 171 Wood chairman with Mrs. Wood I4 r.. .rr r r..r..IrM.-

COSMETIC BAGS, rayon taffeta, reg. 50c37* at 1633 Lakeside Dr.. Merritt mvFLOfUDfi
Park at 3 pm.: Circle No. 5-
SURGEONS RUBBER GLOVES,frreg.,reg.29c 19* Mrs. J. E. Baker chairman with

SOAPS OK national! brands l3clIUIYKCRCST Mrs. Baker at 520 Anderson St..
reg. at 3 pjn.: Circle No 6-Mrs. C. match
TOOTH BRUSHES, nylon, reg. 21c 14* P. Powers chairman with Mrs. I; .. and Ability to
Alex Akerman. 203 Phillips PI.., at I
PETROLEUM JfUY,S-ox. jar, reg. lOc 6* 3 pjn.: Circle No. 7-Mrs. M. J. I

.,..... Moss chairman with Mrs. J. E. VlII/IUIIPS
MatDo -cU. 1314 W. Princeton
ONLY BUICK HAS ML THZSC:
Ave.. at 10:30: a.m; Circle No. 8- yourself five seconds, and you straight-eight kept young and lively

Mrs. Marshall C. Dendy. chairman SERVING . GIVE that here's car styling as by Accurite cylinder finish. !EaTr/R CS
TARup
in the Session Room of the ..,
'church at 3 pjn. -> ,JACKSONVILLE: to the minute as the time of day. ...Tireless coil springing on.all four '
H Circle No. 9-Mrs. H. E. Strad- *JUUOll UNDIU
ley chairman with Mrs. G. Max I -fr .TALLAHASSEE Spend a,few fast minutes to see why wheels,, leveling all roads to boule- *HUIALL POWt

Smith. 417 S. Orange Ave.. at 3 .LAKE CITY and you spot both smartness right yard smoothness.
pm.; Circle No. 10-Mr:?;. Robert > *ACCUK/rf CTUNDM IOJUMOWUNT
Porter chairman with Mrs. Por- -fr GAINESVILLE from tomorrow's designing boards . Riding poise from two steadyingtons ,
"mssi ter at 2001 Conway Rd.. at 3 pjn.; and everything that should go with it. of roadweight_ease of handling ZONE BOOr MOUNTINGS
Circle No. l1-Mrs. M. S. Ver- -> .OCALA *lurrwllOHT PISTONS !
gowe, chairman, with Mrs. C. G. Measure the' reach and spread of from balance to draw a ballet dancer'senvy.

Magruder. 602 E. Central Ave. at" -fr .PALATKA that Buick bonnet, brim-filled with Soft, roomy cushions seating *BU/COfl SHUNQIN9muitNQiH }
3 pjn; Circle: No. 12-Mrs. J. O. > .ST. AUGUSTINE finish, that's the roiQUf.ruii ouvt j
-re Union chairman in the Session Fireball power. three apiece very
I 1 Room with Mrs. A. L. Cole as -> .DE LAND last word in richness and taste. *HHMI-flKM<< STilliNG I
hostess at 3 pjn.; Circle No. 13- -+ Sweep your glance over the broad *UOADUM WHltLSDffPfUX
wnCool Mr. George Schwab chairman. SANFORD beam that spells room,the stretch that Yes, it takes no time at all to show I
with Mrs. L. J. Davidson. 646 -+ *srIPON AUJNG IUD i"
.ORLANDO .ridingwheelbase.the size that you and Buick belong together,
means eas 1
Bryn Mawr Ave.. at 3 pjn; Circle
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easy to launder No. 14-Mrs. R. C. Steck. chairman that tells of enough roadweight to end should go together steady- so what's STAT CUSHIONS

i 1 (1' with Mrs. Steck. 610 Dartmouth f Connecting with jounce and jitter. holding you back: ? *CUR1.AROUNDIUMPCU f
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( Ave. at 10 ajn; Circle No. [ AIrlines Serving *NINI SMART MOOfU ,
I -Mrs. J. E. Stewart, chairman --, Here you tell yourself,is After all, we can't do
,, Rayon Underwear ,with Mrs. Champ Williams 1202 the World *oor IT Hautomobiles.
",2,; Bryn Mawr Ave. at 10:30 am. something to see. Here much about getting one to

The Business Woman's Circle .PASSENGERS AIR Hill are looks to hold the eye: you till you make your
No. I-Mrs. Melissa Stafford
I It t at sale prices '! will meet at the church president .Ant WRVS'FLORIDA for seasons to come-and wishes plain. You Jo that

-. Tuesday at 6 pjn. Supper will be lively; durable ability to simply by placing your ,
served in the dining room by
match: order which will get
members of Mrs. H. E. Stradley'sCircle. 4 are built
Following the business session AIRWAYS consideration
equal
. Rich abundance of
57i the Bible lesson will be given .
I 69i by Dr. Marshall C. Dendy. The ORLANDOMunicipal smooth, hushed Fireball whether or not you have a p

I reg. program will be presented by some I Airport horsepower from a car to trade.
of the young people of the church rwcr AWAY mum R..my hg-;

1 I Cool, ileek-fittlng rayon undies are best .who Conferences attended in the St. Young Petersburg Peoples re- I Phone <4597GlidN gage/cvmfartmextt g"-1ifti,6J1 bU aeake pkeOs.d it uq- -

under cently. will build them
playclothes . launder easily, and a pi ill up piece.

: need no Ironing.; Choose briefs step-ins .
1 r,n. fa H NY/.f.4no..1tWfvo1 Network:,Mendayf and Frfctor
lace-trimmed step-ins and lace-trimmed .
2-4-D WEED KILIERGOCS -
t wide-leg' anfes. Regular and extra sizes
FARTHER lOLLS Moro WEDS
in '..rose. Save at these'holiday prices. HARMLESS TO GRASS :

t7aee INOUON pot woo so.n.or UWN
COMPANY
R.,. aiM Undoes.a( .g,39c,37c .LY o.IF..... ......... ORANGE-BUICK

leg. end X Sizes/ --/eg. 59c, 47c 2 9 Gtid-N contains more 2-4-D the active .5

Rey. X eel/ XX t/ze/ .., 79c 67 ' ( 4_.... weed-kIlU.s ingredient, than other 330' NORTH ORANGE AVENUE 1
_-reg. $ taOe V....) weed killers Mar economical. Eajy -". ..".."ri..,-
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: Page 24 1Ll1t > 'untzIR! &tutintl-Star Orlando, Florida, July 6, 1947

Aids By AL CODY ,
Fertilizer [Our Own Staff Correspondent]

T7MSSIMMEE-With gala rodeos having peeked hiJtV far/

at Davie. Plant City, Arcadia, Live Oak, and this 6ewr.
Citrus Outlook z rs .rr on the Fourth, excitement-loving fans are gathering at

Arcadia this afternoon where Quarter Running Horse Ilpaad

TUCKtt 11 WIN,.. trials are being held.
If
= Roy Browning's chestnut sorrel. Harmony Joe. wHl 1 be mat.bed
Our On Stoff C m,xreKotlDELAND + a : ? P
another
against Russell Farmer's entry from Wauchnla. -.d
k
-The coming year of f' named Cotton.'

citrus harvest In Volusia County 1 Harmony Joe set the fast time of 16.7 seconds for III yee.+ie la

will be much better than was first Orlando match races, recently, and in the feature event ef fee ,__

k: expected after the February 'program Cotton was shaded slightly by Lucky Bob. 14I t1lsse ......

frmr. W. J. Platt Jr. Volusia pion which paced the 440-yard' event In 23.3 cecoada. .......
County went dH'lanod.boo aftera Champ, belonging'to Ed Webb, races against another -a
recent surrey of groves throughout quarter horse Flapper, from Jack Carleton's stables. In th* >.faahra
this section said the crop race, a big bay named Pay Dirt also from Carleten's teaser w. rte
t will be approximately! per cents matched for $2000 against Balmy L.. oldest quarter rimdag slalrni
less than last year's bumper production in Florida. He's owned by Norman Bryan also of Waudnua.
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f Tree* bare rtvrrrd remarkably SIGNIFICANT facts on Florida's expanding cattle industry aeM Ms

vrli despite. the coldrather on allied trades were disclosed nr. **.. at a
and subsequent dry
Central Florida meeting in which a cattleman a banter, aejrf a
....Ilwr.be said citing the
liberal 11M' af fertiliser as Urge railroad man let their\ hair down a little.
|y responsible. for the large In- 4OIv The occasion was an open gathering sponsored by Jaycees .hi
rrca.* over prerUas prediction Kissimmee Florida's cow capital. '
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Platt explained! because there WIN BANKER'S SCHOLARSHIPS to University of Florida College of Agriculture. Left to Archie McKendree, San Antonio, Pasco Coun the'county; Sen. N. Ray Carroll head of Kissimmee's fnt National -

was less fruit on the trees the sity of Florida. These 10 Florida 4-H Club right: Floyd Call, Orlando, executive secrety; Earl Tomlinson, Ona, Hardee County; Bank gave sound advice and V, W. Lewis Savannah 0a,
' tin would be proportionately Increased Durwood Evans, Graceville; Donald George, ACL railroad man, talked of possible courses of action.
which will mean a greater boys recently were awarded scholarships of tary, Florida Bankers' Assn.; Carl Griffin, Morriston, Marion County; William Lewis, Gunn pointed that headquarters of the Florida State .

percentage can be marketed. $100 each, given by the Florida Bankers Jacksonville; Harold Lewis, South Miami; South Miami; J. C. Powers Jr., Umatilla; and man's Assn.. as well as their funds are located here. He net.. aM
The past few weeks of steady the association's official publication "The Florida Caw....." hwwduced ..
rains also has added new rigor to Assn., to help. them get started in the UniverMerton Morse, Pinetta, Madison County; Dennis Ray, DeFuniak Springs. here too."Florida's )

the fruit although it was a little 0 'cow capital' Is situated In the heart of the .1'-
i too late to add to the number of enterprise which Florida cattle represent Gunn said. He Bits IttI

} blooms.If prices for the current season Bankers"Award Public Hearing ScheduledOn Grape Growers Bureau of Animal Industry figures which placed Florida Ittto I. as

maintain a steady high level. nation for total beef cattle 25th in the U. S. in total number ef i 0awe

trove owners should see' a profitable Expand ScopeConvention of all kinds.
citrus year." Platt concluded. Of the Kissimmee Valley, Gunn said:
10 Scholarships Seminole Soil District "It's unquestionably the most fertile grazing land In Florida*
Of
-night now. I would say the Sen. Carroll, who has seen his bank's assets grow from ....

outlook is excellent consideringthe I in 1942 to a healthy $4 million in 1945 said that the M ..... i.
disasters of last Winter." Special' to The Sunday Senfinel-Storl [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]
. GAINESVILLE Scholarshipsto I [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] terested landowners in "Creation of a.Soil Conservation LEESBURG An expanded I played by the cattlemen was evident on every hand in the tNalr, art
the University of Florida College SANFORD Creation of a nole County. District gives the landowners a that the future of the industry was limited only by the ejaaMa ef
1 Citrus Production of Agriculture have been Seminole Soil Conservation Dis- "With all Florida semi-I I democratic opportunity to avail program to include discussions of i ambition ultimately shown.
awarded to 10 4-H Club boys by 'trict will be discussed at a public and more the themselves of the conservation other small fruits grown in the ; Lewis general livestock agent for his company. taM Ire ate.
in Court soil and services of the State and Federal State is being planned by the
hearing the County serving our water
the Florida Bankers Assn.. according
Marketing ExpertsTo ence that he had watched Kissimmee and Central Florida wttfc
to R. W. Blackloclc. State House here at 2:30: pm. on July nole County farmers, growers and ,Governments without cost to Florida Grape Growers Assn. in fceiaen.
Address Institute boy>' club agent with the Agricultural I 16. ranchers are urged to attend this themselves" Reppard said. their annual meeting here July 15. for years and he predicted great things for the section "if a .....

Extension Service. Each All owners and occupiers of hearing" said A. H. Reppard of "These agencies already are The meeting will open at 10 I balance of agriculture with Industry is maintained.
1 ISc* -I tn TSt 1 --- , x''! 'Sh lTAVARE3 scholarship is for $100. land within the limits of Seminole Orlando president of the Florida working with thousands other I a.nu, with Dr. Charles Demko.
t Experts on citrus The presentations were made County and all other interested Association of Soil Conservation Florida landowners with tech- president, presiding, and an address Lee Cattlemen
production and marketing will address by Floyd Call .f Orlando executive persons have'the right to attend District Supervisors.He nical assistance and planning I I of welcome by Sec. Karl Planting
the 14th annual Citrus secretary of the Florida<< this hearing and be heard" saidA. pointed out that districts already and there is no reason why Lehmann of the Lake CountyChamber Bahia Pangola Grass Heuck said.
Growers Institute at Camp Me-, Bankers Ass.... following an P. Spencer, administrator of are functioning successfully Seminole County shouldn't receive of Commerce. A. E. __ __ ___
Quarrie near Astor Park in upper examination conducted by the State Soil Conservation Board. in Lake Volusia Brevard and Or- the same benefits. Pickard of Orlando will make '[ [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] "An Iron Arm i
Lake County, Aug. 2529. Blarkloek during the recent an- The notice was given by the I I ange Counties as well as in more "These districts have no taxa- the response. j'| FORT M Y E R S -Cattlemen TOW MO* vitk ..rtii.la| ><
The Institute staff will include nual Boys Club short coursesat State Soil Conservation BoardIn than 30 other counties. in the tion power, and participation in ,. *r *jlaB. "ntT art *
a number of experts in the various the University of Florida. response to a petition of in- State. the water and soil conservation Three speakers are scheduled on have been planting Bahia grass I' C m ur. tract; taut.MB JumTt*rta.
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fields of the citrus the morning's program, including seed carpet grass seed. Pangola "t&- m, none
Industry.A Two brothers. William and Harold projects is voluntary Before a 14. H. Stover of the Leesburg laboratory I U
program of recreation Is being Lewis of South Miami captured Government agency such as the I of the Florida Agricul- grass cuttings and Panicum reI I neat i. SIMHW .1
planned for those who attend the the scholarships offered In Lockhart/ 4-H Club Youth Has U. S. Soil Conservation Servicecan I tural Experiment Station on "The pens cuttings on 200 acres of pas- Bihar StftVICI
institute. A number of reservations the 1st Congressional District. assist a fanner in planning First Steps Necessary in Plantinga ture lands. res,L.sI$5.. *MT
have already been received Other winners Included J, C. Pow it must be requested by the land- I New Vineyard"; Dr. G.K. Parris. Vegetable and gladiolus growers
for the institute by Lake County ers Jr. of Umatilla. Lake County.' Head Start as Cattle Tycoon owner and approved by his district plant pathologist in charge of the
Agent R. C. Norris Donalf George of Morriston. Marion I supervisors.: I Leesburg Laboratory. "Some of Have you $10,000 to invest In a royalty that should return at

County Earl Tomlinson of A LREADY WINNING PRIZES with his breed bull Reppard cited success of the I the Newer Materials Adapted to least $50,000 to $100,000 over the period of three years. Royalty
About 10.000 high school I Ona. Hardee County. Archie Mc- Volusia water control project In Diseases and
Controlling Grape
i seniors are given aptitude and, Kendree of San Antonio. Pasco "Dominoe," 15-year-old R. Phillip Burrill of Lockhartis Seville as an example of what I! G. H. Blackmon horticulturist; on is paid daily and in less than six months should pay from
achievement tests each spring by 1 County. Carl Griffin of Jackson a 4-H Club boy who easily*could merit the envy of cattle- can be accomplished." "Results of Minor Element Studiesof $360.00 to $720.00 daily. Can stand acid test of Investigation.
the Board of University Examiners ville. Merton Morse of Pinetta. twice his "Even though work still is Florida Grapes." Phone 2-3536 for appointment.
of the Madison Dennis of men age.
University of Florida I County. Ray
in the Pierson 'muck The then will hold
under DeFuniak Durwood' The has fair start herd with four underway grape growers I:!:
the Florida 12th Grade t> Springs and youth a already on a '
pond, values have risen from a luncheon with the Leesburg Kiwanis -
testing program.S t Evans of Graceville Jackson head of registered polled Herefords I
S25 to $150 an acre, with no Club to hear Dr. H. Harold
:. County. although his pride is "Do- ; takers," he said. I: Hume, dean of the Florida COl- ,_-- -.t:. ,____ I C9
The Association has providedfrom ; Clearwater Resident I IIGro'ws200Varieties
minoe. I "The SCS is completing its survey lege of Agriculture.R. !
three to five scholarships ASPHALT RUBBER 8 CORK TILE
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M Y T W annually for around of a huge water control proJect E. Norris. secretary of the ,
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I Since five of those previously years. I. Twice a first prize winner at ; near Oak Hill in Brevard, and association, will speak on "Why j LINOLEUM AND BROADFELT FLOOR COVERING
the Kissimmee Livestock
Valley 1 Practice Diversified Agricul- I1
has surveyed 600 of
acres grovein
UMBER COJr winners awarded were had: chosen been unclaimed.this year. 10 I I Show, "Dominoe" has aroused Of Exotic Caladiums Lake for contour planting. Although ture?" at 1:20 pjn, followed by + WILLIX 8 WRIGHT TILE GO
some tempting offers from the district is just begin- Ralph Dickey assistanthorticul- ,
I would-be purchasers but Phil (Special::. to The Sunday Sen',nel-Starl- ning to operate in Orange County turist, on "Deciduous and Small i i 1 7 1200 N. Mills St. Orlando ..Phone MISiLi
PLENTY State Production lip is holding onto him. The CLEARWATER-More than 200 requests have been received Fruits Adapted to Central Florida ; ..- _A --......-.. .-- -., I V' t
prize bull Is now 25 months old different varieties of caladiumsare for dozens of free farm plans. ;" and Dr. Demko on "Recent
Of Peaches Pears and weighs'approximately 1,280 grown in 612 flower pots by I' Crosses with Grapes and Variety .
OF pounds F. M. Wharton Clearwater resi- LIME PASTURESJACKSONVULEDuval Studies of Small Fruits." I I ,
I dent who has been' raising them PAINTS
PARKINGSPACE Showing Decrease .I"I purchased him from W. K. successfully as a hobby for two farmers have used 10 carloads County of Officers Complimented ww>
Price who had brought him from decades. '
Peach and pear production In lime for improving their pastures [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] I
; ]Florida are declining, the U. S. Oklahoma" the youthful rancher Wharton pointed out that caladiums during the past month accordingto' II I' GROVELAND-Sheriff's offi-

Department of Agriculture reported explained.Like ... with their big broad County Agent A. S. Lawton. 1 cers and local citizens who cooperated / FOR ALL YOUR PAINTING NEEDS
yesterday. varied colored leaves make perfect t
I any good cattleman. Phillip I :The lime was obtained by cooperative 'I in apprehending chicken
31HHft Fans H" & Indicated peach production in bouquets or centerpieces. purchase. I thieves who have been operatingin i
up has 140 acres of pasture whichhe blossom but the bloomsare
June for the State was 70,000 They this complimentedby '
at 10% reduced prices. bushels as compared with 96,000 I plans to set to pangola' from not particularly attractive. I Every day about 6485 persons in 65 South area Lake were County poultrymen I DU PONT HOUSE 3r

bet Spring. the one acre which he now has. Caladiums cannot be grown In I the United States become 21 years at a meeting of the Grove- r
Production of pears was set {He started that acre from some cold ground he pointed out, or of age. '''land Poultry Assn.
Ra Rooting all weights. by the June estimate at 181.000 pangola given him by former Or- they'will rot. The bulbs must be i -
211 peand M ngks. Thle Butt."Herd's' bushels as compared with 207- ange County Agricultural AgentK. put in pots, about 8 to 10 inches PAINT

Reef Catlag. I Cat Nt a year ate.POWER. C. Moore. deep exposure and where placed the In heat semi-shade never I Coming Events ,'

".... However in the five Lockhart of 4-H boy's Club experience gets below 70 degrees, and shouldbe I July 9-11-Florida Dairy Industry Assn., Convention. Miami Beach. Here's new beauty and protection for the

........ co...... all MM hMalMn. TOOLSFOR work isn't confined years to cattle, although planted in a rich, humous soil. I July 16-Grape Growers Convention Leesburg. t ,, exterior of your home. Du Post Howe
The soil should be kept moist Paint contains titanium- the whitest
he has won several dairy ; July 19-Brahman Cattle Sale. Arcadia. -:
but not wet at first but as t
soon
We easy U bar ; 21-West Florida Show. Chipley. T" paint pigment i known.
Dairy
"AtWUA., projects. Aug.
uly its... w RENT as the bulbs show growth with the t
Wl It ...... n-r.. .... Phillip also has carried poultry first developed leaf increase the I Aug.,25-29-Citrus Growers Institute. Camp McQuarrie. :- And through a selfcleaning i Ii
..$ ...... NW I .... 1-6 Annual Poultry Institute Camp McQuarrie.Sept. it $5,60
... ... .......r... Uer PAINT SPRAYERS projects which won trips for : water but be sure the temperature I Sept. ; process ttajt i
a r. t., a e.w of the soil not below 18 Florida Association of Soil Conservation District Supervisors fi; white when other whites {
does -
drop
u...b. Stores. y.ry ....... SKILSAWS two years to the Short Courseat [ ; i.:
the University Florida. In 70 degrees. Ocala. ;i become dirty and gray. GAL i ir
FLOOR SANDERS addition, he has attended 4-H As soon as the third or fourth Sept. 18-20-Sumter County Breeders Show and Rodeo Webster. 3 Yet it costs no more than
ItttWe lock sets $2.00 up MISC. TOOLS Club camp for five years. leaf plant appears can stand to be fully re-potting grown into the ; Oct. 19-Second Florida Aberdeen-Angus Show and Sale. Ocala. other good paints. f

tout Her sets $3.50 up "rm not certain whether or not heavier soil and well-drained pots. Oct. 22-24-Fat Hog Show and Sale.. Ocala. 5y3
YOUNG'S 111 go to College, as Td like to For good results a liquid ferti- ; Oct. 20-Sale. Florida Guernsey Cattle Club, Largo.
Patllee&; lOewp.No Oct. 28-30-Annual Florida State Horticultural Society 1 ,';
Meeting
TOOL RENTAL build up my herd. said Phillip. lizer should be' used during the
"I plan to purchase a. heifer and Summer. Best planting time is St. Petersburg. f
100 Washington St. another herd bulL"As about April 1. I ,H
a future Florida cattle tycoon : DU PONT
I the young Lockhart rancher t
would be conceded a heads-on

t favorite. From all indications You'd be I- TRIM & TRELLIS
Phillip Burrill is a name to watch SURPRISED !ITo
1 II : in cattle circles in years ahead.
JLVeystoneLxustoaian I, ; We now have this well-known finish for i

Rabbit t outside shutters, doors and trim where
I! Breeding 'Know What Lime Scale Corrosion t long-wearing protection is wanted. Trim

and Trellis dries
quickly
Discussion Planned
and "Red" Water You I l'ti tf*
are Costing resists fading and mildew. Q fm, Q
Give house this f
By Co-op Tuesday your
extra protection at only... *
Funds I Breeding of rabbits will be discussed
I I at the monthly meeting of MICROMET6fcltlAtltttiDt F QT.HERE'S .
II I the Florida Rabbit Producers Coop -
a STAN LOMSTOCK Tuesday night at the organization's -
1 plant at the Orange County NEW LIFE AND BEAUTY
1 iBTCttmeal securities Prevents.Lime Scale :
1j j Court House. .
rfcoo CMS-Teletype OB M Mr. and Mrs. L. :M. Schoenberger .
OrUadoRPTMenttnc of the Tulyval Rabbit Ranch fCI1IsDt: tCEft, Controls Corrosion f <
T.Nelson O'Eourke.Member I on the Clarcona...Rd. will lead the y IlI
1 discussion. i
IDC. Clears Rusty Red Water
neeelto, endure rights N.A.S.D. Mgr. V. Gardner said the co-op: I PORCH SCREEN

and days,of summer discomfort . Oavfnna B*.rh tin ., was seeking to build up its volume '. ; ., PAINT
j of rabbit meat production with ENAMELI
In homel! Get :
your I-= i demand exceeding present supply. You need no longer tolerate
cool relief by applying Protect your porch and Screens need protection
coils and '
'alsa *Wool Sealed Insulation dogged up pipelines .. t make it more attractive agaInSt rust. Paint Beth

[In your attic.Guaranteed -. . corrosive decay of your water tank, heater, pipes and 4 ': ; with this weatherresiswith Da Pont Screen EaamcL .

to make your house LUMBER fixtures. . ugly discolored rat porch' finish.- 1 'quart coven
water. Only... about'
cooler or your money back! }"'- $ I 40 lOscreens 99 'jE

1 Application Is easy-no .
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At the right is the efficient Micl: feeder that I' { vu A4
\ muss, bother or upset Call BUILDING SUPPLIES inexpensive' nt \ GAL. 9T. _

J M now for on estimate requires filling only'once a month! '

t Oak Flooring Pint; s Sfy E
Flooring
.. ur Complete Siding Ceiling k .1.11.IJTPAfII:
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I I monthly pay dMkV...dI ,Sash Doors Mouldings Sash Weights Cord .:
mend plan for M e aiding*; water correction, that costs cents !
only few a day
j those repairs Also metalmouldings. Sash Locks Builders Hardware Nails Roofing

i md wKUttons. Cabinets
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"v-w .- -TV*. $,.-<.* Sen-net!-
CLERMONT-Leading the State in new acreages,

Lake County w showing the way to its citrus colleagues in Sanford Market Manager To Hear Knapt

contour }...Uftl.-whteb tailors the grove to the land. '

Frank Roper's oneness with his ISO-acre grove 'near !37 I Club Boys ,' New BulletinsORANGE And Watson

'nermont, planted in February of 1946. so impressed his

'fellow' citrus growers that today i Relates [Speco! T' S '. .
Thirty-seven Orange County 4- History"of Celery COUNTY Agricultural o -e E Y.!
total- I II
10 contour
there are groves
MIAMI BEACH I>
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H Club members already have en- Fred Baetzman has received -
.ling 600 acres in Lake County. ,
t Knapp State veterini 's '
Future Farmer rolled for a week at Camp Mc- bulletins from
three
Future plans Include thou- Quarrie July 14-19 County Agent MAYME HODGKIN in seedbeds two dropping them new Atty Oen Tom Wa'*r "
sands of other acre, keeping Fred Baetzman reported. yester [Our Own Staff Correspondent tIt rows and one man following the University. ef Florida Agricul- principal speakers ai t t tr-o!
technicians of the U. S. Soil day. SANFORD-Mgr. H. J. Lehmanof up with a cup of water on each tural Experiment Station including meeting of the Florida' tr\

Conservation Service busy surveying "The week's includes the Sanford State Farmers St set plant. Two men on the new Control of Thrips and Other dustry Assn scheduled 1 r.f r \\r
"Tells of Meet rolling Lake County land. 1 instruction which program will be of val- Market in his just released historyof setting machines can now set 50 I needay through FrW t
Insects on Gladiolus. Nursery
: Those already planted on the uable assistance to these celery and early celery growing to 60 thousand per day. Dr. Knapp wf" apvtt N
I eentour as contrasted with the farmers and ranchers young here, relates that nothing is definitely The bleaching process turned Prorogation and Tbpworking of :tralttnc Florida Oat.v a "' ,
!rt, .,' I growers known about its beginningbut from long boards staked closeto .
\ up
'(v 1 traditional 'square' design run as well as a full schedule of recreation Mangoes and The Kent and I tie Diseases ar' WatMf u fcus
KSMIMUEK J JA.J old records show that it originally the side of the plants which !
With the 1I th from Lake Louisa south of Cler- I and fun" .said Baetz- Zill Mangoes Seventy-seven Labor Lr h -
Mate Mrture Prater' grew wild in the marshes required storage space when not .
Ctenemtortec '
mont to Altoona in north Lake man. The atsociet!'"' I. -
I \ cxt
tktsllaa I Urn Many **trae- 1 along the banks of the Thames in In use, to rolls of paper of proper Florida hatcheries with a total capacity .. -
District Conservationist -
County. said a Five 1e Prett .
i map r
... tPJhd! tarn or tfceFlwfetapubUahed Attending the camp together England and in Mediterranean. height which are rolled out.staked of 3151.479 are now participating .
R. E Wltherell. with.. Orange County will be Volu- I the MirMa ls..1 y bsdu .t /, -
countries. with wickets and rerolled for sev- ,
lbtu I PVIMr
In the National
quarterly Among the growers using the"contour" sia. Sumter Glades Seminole and Poultry Otter subje, en the :
4n lf>Ml tuin. the There are many reports of various eral seasons use.
erw program plans of the SCS are Pasco 4-H Clubbers. Improvement plan. include di M Ole Male OoovtttUm. heW thk Peters at Clermont. Southern uses he says, but the first Celery grown by pioneer growers laUon ," !
Phil C. I Robert Gest of Orlando is lifeguard I and sale 011 r"Americ.'a's
of its been eaten In
having was
to Dayton Beach I A was packed in the fields,
J9t* '
I Fruit Distributors at Minneola, and first-aid instructor at France in 1652. No information is s that is stripped sorted for size, TOm TilE RECORD: Weather< surptu fluid ..b m1'
Accent the many Interesting | Byron Herlong at Yalaha, A. D. the 4-H camp for the entire Sum- extant of its introduction in the packed and hauled to shipping j A' conditions In May were favorable milk and dairy ktaatennX
torte U an article featuringthe Booth at Groveland W. Hussmannat mer.Those United States but it is surmised or I station. for citrus troves although war inditttry dereMptIM. .
future Farmer Chapter and I Mineola. W. J. Westervelt at I planning to attend include rather legend has it that the x I rains interfered some with I tar)" problems tn* JsNe
vocational agriculture ctaMet at Lady Lake. W. K. Price at Fem- Johnny Legg. Jackie Michael French Huguenots brought over "The pioneer. grower would I spraying operations . The I Month program finite! a pee
Tate Kth"l at G.ntalei In their dale. Gentile Bros. at Astatula and Preston Legg and Billy celery seed to Charleston .S. C. in stand amazed today to see the month was warm with rainfall tures and feeds u.tvelopment crti./st ie
lady .f the advantage ef R. O. Carleton at Groveland. Hodges of Taft: Roy Bradshawand 1687. H. J. LEHMAN immense washhouses and precool- above normal . Maximum ,
Although there may be some John Brandt of Pine Cas- ers turn out 25 to 30 cars of celerya 1 .
planting pine trees It is known, however the his- in -
temperatures
mostly the
iIfcvt i . tells celery history.of were
number of trees per tle C. H. Beck and Wayne Ayersof day washed precooled. crated i
In the
loss : '
tori that J. N. ,. .
Whitner middle with
artkta' feature a member acre, use of contour plantings is Winter Garden: Ralph Hay member says of the Florida Legislature and loaded," the story relates. 96 an extreme of 1 Processing Phot/ / $
degrees, with 47 degrees the
..! fce AUeatmra chapter HMonrtf. factor Galas. Archie Hayes. An interesting item in the Leh-
gaining recognition as a Raymond planted the first celery here. This large crops was from necessity lowest recorded. I
.\\% + sad Rkrhwd Oolnnan. : In both reducing costs and increasing I Donald Sharpe Duncan LeHeup. was after the "Big Freeze of '95" conceived and perfected within man history for which he gives * Makes Stock Feet
lLt fit Uw Ernest: Ward HUh I production.First Billy Pugh. Albert Stuckey, Bur- five after credit for assistance: to Randall
celery production
= The livelihood of the greater partof years
hapter at walk Hill aa contour grove planted in ton Walking Hollis Shiver Ver- the Sanford population of 5,000at irrigation was known as far backas Chase and Miss Mell Whitner. is D' ESOTO COUNTY lily bulb Of Potato Surplus : -
Thomas and Donald Clark of the record of shipments of Florida growers marketed many thou-
well at vtaaen to tact dhows ;i Florida was the 40-acre JohnnyOfeen non 170
.. .... the State some of'i' grove at Dundee, set out in Lockhart. that time was wiped out in one* years.
ltBliBlt felioa: LTWM Sirem of I February. 1943. Contour plantingalso Richard Llewellyn Cecil Tucker night. "In early days vast plantations carloads for the season. By 1909 The dairy industry income in I PLANT CITY-Follwover C"

,6i_ ...... Wf' Qiuner Fat i is used in Pinellas County. and Jackson Hancock of Christ- "Thus perhaps the most remarkable of indigo and cane were I this had risen to 743 and 1910 Hillsborough County Is estimatedat a potato surplus mss:;A i
aiMk MMHT with, ha OwuHpien I Technical assistance by the SCS mas: Robert Wanng Eugene Lennon feat of Sanford's laid out with a fine system of I to 1647. $1 million annually . The j, to W. R. Browne wrmw p'. !
A Angus heifer Eucene furnished growers without cost John Ahrlich. Ben Downingand celery development," Lehman coquina lined ditches providing I Ten years later the figure State Soil Conservation Assn. will I is preparing to r>rncr % teR
., HMlin ibeyMl the through u the Lake Soil Conserva- Junior Hancock of Union says "is ,that it was conceived irrigation. Deep wells, carefully showed 3073 and in 1930 almost meet in Ocala in July . Leon :'loads of surplus spuds ta0a ;7

liter __ at Ocala' i ibow. tion District headed by J. Carlisle Park; Tommy Dann, Bobby Smith. and developed by people with- walled supplied water when too reached the 10,000 mark. A continuous County pre-farm net in 1946 was I feeca.Pre'fIouadeh.hnn..
ftn Mao R. M. Rogers of Leesburg as chairman. of I Roy Heath. Mark Howell. and out money and in debt and the far from the St. Johns River." rise is noted until the I estimated at $1,650. Ieela -

.< ......... Raymond ,i the board of supervisors. I Wayne Godbold and Bobby Smith population had dropped to 2000. Irrigation was not the only dif- present 1947 season shows 13,000 ,. plant were' cue nafu) ....
Beach John Beller. Dale Metz and Phillip shipped from the State. ]IE TEXAS LEGISLATUREhas product CQDt.iD'O', ebh4
)1 taffby .( HwtlncB. Tom "In fast succession many more ficulty those pioneer celery grow- cars W
el ft. AiMTunttnr and mane others i i Burrill of Orlando. names were added to those of B. F. ers had to overcome Lehman "Some of the Sanford celery approved a $40,000 citrus cent: moisture. ?troneproduct atW lit
..tiding Hal Davis ef QuincY ,I' Farmers Urged Whither E. S. Harrold and J. N. notes but they had to work outa farms the writer concludes canker survey in the Rio can be '.'ipped oar i ...

MN wa awarded. the 141 Mayo ( Whitner who shipped the first cel- plan for growing young plantsin "have been growing crops, celery Grande Valley . If the 20 year anywhere.If .
rft Moek duos hotarhip Soil Districts ery which records show were four that tender plants needed shel- and other vegetables for the past program of eradication is proved I his compacv can sell its ..

Increased lnter..t In Purebred i, To Raise Six. cars. These were H. H. Chappell ter from beating rains and hot 45 to 50 years, and I predict that successful Texans' will seek to 'for $70 a ton. it OM a. 41.
Brahman. by lUrida't future I' Joe Cameron. Archie'Cameron, If the land is properly taken care have their fruit admitted to ton for raw surphu pataMH. llasserted.

farmers I* .......h& out by the Litter L. A. Brumley B. R. Brisson Tom sun.From this need developed the ',, of by cover crops, muck etc., it I California which bans it at present .
fact that In Manatee. Polk and Pigs in Slate ElectionsFour Hawkins C. F. Williams Mrs.B. I present "tent" seen today overlong can and will continue to grow . Valley men say no canker Brown suggested that avaljli
!SarM (_nUr. alne there six E. Tackach N. J. Stenstrom. lines of seedbeds. These are celery and other vegetables for is present in that area with hydrating units costaw tlMHrl$100w009
are n.w IS regbtered animals |I OAINESVILLE-By raising of five. R. J. King and A. Robbins. rolled up on cool nights and low- the next 50 years." only a few infected trees reported .be set .Op la ..... 1tt*
now owned by J\F-1, members. pigs ,in each litter could instead meet their Central Florida Soil Con- "Also I. H. Terwilliger who had ered for heavy showers and hot in other parts of the to pxoecM the uurati M a -
i Florida farmers with servation districts will choose supervisors been growing tobacco and to whom days. Plant setting was another From 400 to 600 papers can State. the Plant City plant *
mamarUdes In* fall goal I
the pig crop
Borne of i increased
I farrowing Tuesday in elections to more credit belongs than any problem. A good setter crawlingon be scored in an hour by the -- -- -T
Leon high number of sows -
eluded In U..a.ue are: the same
other for the perfection of the his knees could set as many as electrographic grading machine 7r
Lkteet Method On Model, in 1946 instead of having be held in the offices of county
Bot-Trr as
1 sub-irrigation system. 35,000 plants a day. used by the Board of University
'110 sows to farrow agricultural agents. I
Memorial For- cent more
1'\UPt'DUne.t per -
"While sub-irrigation, one of One good setter's helpers were Examiners of the University of
W. J. All land-owning electors may '"
r i according to
EstabUs&ed in the fall
J P. WUltams Is -
eat For by CDicfland ?P.A. Chap- Sheely. animal husbandman with I vote In the elections, which will the vital factors in the production two or three women pulling plants I Florida.

Demonstray0n I I the State Agricultural Extension name supervisors to three year
trr, Dttth-Dynamttinc I I 01J

field Veteran On COnvttKing, Treatment MontkeUo to of Oracevule Veterans Beet- I I Service.more Railing pig per an average litter than of wasraised one i j Orange terms Terms Volusia.of six supervisors Brevard and in Dairy Testing French Study Central Florida Air .

Lake counties will
last year would mean a expire.
Beans and everything Else alone of These are Phil C. Peters of a
saving of 8.100.000 pounds Citrus Groves
Dusting of Crops
wI.h many many othera. feed. ,, Orange W. A. Hunt of Lake. A. J.
,
MIertAJJ1, Colin Enclteh. State THROUGH.PORTABLE .
Sheely' said Florida farmers can Knecht of Brevard and A. C. Al- Brings ResultsBy
SYPti'.nklWltftt of Public Inrtruc- ISpe: of to The Sunday Sent;nel-Star]
i raise an average of one more pig len. Dawson Brown and .Leo Fugle "
Uen opens with a brief history of per litter-sir pigs Instead of five of Volusia. ZELL\VOOD-Airplane crop-dusting methods used IRRIGATrOU ?

af profrsMoo of Turmlru follow -4>y having all pigs and hogs vaccinated TUCKER IRWIN over Central Florida are being used as a model for dusting

Hand.d ay an. Future uiptionaJ: Farmer*address, encouradfig to- against cholera from old, keeping water Fort Pierce Marti fOur OATI S'off Carre tx I pigs away
then e, me choke of their holes young and wallows that may be DELAND-The dairy cattle test- Hughes Dusting Service here.

career and their accomplWunenUA teeming with parasite, providing i Sales Top Total ing program sponsored by tho Potter recently gave a demonstration of citrus and
... .
this work. Aii4-vrtr *** Otrfc f\t tncitlTUTA '' m i a.*
minerals. rum
plenty of clean water. Volusia County Pioneer Herd Im-
1' ---- --- -- ---- -- -------- -
-- --- - -- and shade for the pigs, grazingthe Of Five Years provement Assn. is resulting in Frenchmen including Robert
\ sow that farrow on peanuts Seminole
and corn in the fall and on oats i! [ISoer;cf to The Sunday Sentinel-Star many economies in milk produc- Menard president of a French Farming

I Irrigation Equipment I in the l.ttnt r and early FORT PIERCE The State tion according to W. J. Platt Jr.. transport airline company. Comes to Halt c
Farmers Market here did ;
more
Spring, and providing the fall pigs
I Volusia County agent who said They were so impressed by er
: PIPESPRINKLERSPUMPS : with plenty of oats in the dough business during the 1946-47 season three local dairymen were utiliz- methods used by Central Florida Vacations Started
i stage In the Spring and Summer, I than during all of the previous ing the tests.
ENGINES along with crimson clover, millet, i five years of its operations com- farmers and growers to'control *
, (Spe: o! to T>-e Sunday Sentinel Star] 5 #
and soy bnna. I bined. Mgr. M. E. Williams re- The herds now undergoing plant pests and bugs that they in That aey of yooes ac be its bljpt
SANFORD Farming Sem-
t VIth little extra in managing ported. scientific checks are owned by to be taken -
FOR GROVES AND FARMS a care made motion pictures .., es.a stress.s..A WATERIALLletipdo.
I and feeding their pigs." the I I During the 1946-47 Fall and George Slxman who operates a back to Franc .",Potter said. inole County has now come to a 1
te. F.aet.. .t.e Perukeust animal husbandman said."Florida Winter seasons the market han- dairy near Lake Helen; Beacon standstill and many of the srsmr Ile -oldie.. 3.5's l
farmers can meet' their increased i, died a total of 412,792 bushels of Dairies and the Methodist Chil- The Zellwood flier added that the farmers and growers are taking rainbrings .rw lift tad kfMr( gash l+jf .

Fall pork production goal with the i produce which netted growers dren's Home at Enterprise. the Frenchmen studied of duster their vacations after a most a you{raid u4 **fct Uc .
design and pattern a
tame number of sows that farrowed 2059973. These compare with
-last Fall can save feed, and 217.848 bushels and $974.665 for Under the plan the dairymen airplane and said they plannedto unusual season which ran all For yean,htmtfi u4 jww r iDar.
a make more money because the the previous high season of 1945- specify each cow they desire teststo build similar planes for use the way ta numerous freezes to bees sdtiag .boss sb.wviase. .
S IY C0- pigs they raise will be healthierand 46 and with 412.084 bushels and be made of, and each month I in dusting grapes in Southern dry weather and then near Now shey See doieg
.oo the inspector checks the animalfor flooded conditions from contin- I
better and will develop into France.
receipts of $1.620,785 for the pre-
oactblof tbouf It Th sre i. _
LeaM..4..A awarr tap market hogs more quickly and the number of pounds of I uous rains. 7
t ceding five-year period. who from Texas
r milk Potter came July 1 will bring the final WATERTAlt Irrij.tkMiM4
with less feed. The 1946-47 Fall season which produced the percentage of.. one-half to report ; rifling
and
I butter fat obtained and the cost one years ago of the for the San-
I year I they sr. radar h does sat
-- opened in Oct. brought in 192.- manage the dusting service, said
of producing the milk. ford State Farmer's Market
-'. 269 bushels that netted $777.527: I that while citrus dusting by air is coMkiiijjn. PUaaowiWATERTAU. 1
The inspector also checks the though one or two stalls will operate Y'1' 1
and the Spring season brought in comparatively new in Florida it throughout the Summer .,.J I beg1a! easbieg "ii''
feed required for each cow during sy/ ;
S ANNOUNCEMENT I 220.523 bushels and 1282446. has long been used in the Lone .
production and resting periods. supplying) stores with.. out-of II i..s ti cztn Praha.
i Tomatoes constituted the bulk Star State. I
I I Thus the exact amount of food State products, and handling Wfii foe docripth*dbc Lan i
of the volume handled
totaling I "Growers particularly are Inter-
deer tongue leaves for tobacco
We hove Branch needed by each cow to producethe 4
: opened our Factory
,379.822 bushels for the 1946-47 ested in rust mite control by dusting and medical use. I
maximum milk is determined
output -
stocking a complete line of automotive period. while mixed vegetables* to- scientifically. This results from the air." he explained. The end of July however will
taled 32,970 bushels. During the War. Potter was an bring the growers back to the
and commercial batteries. in a saving to the cattle own- army check pilot and instructor County to begin their seedbed

.r: Florida Breeders er ration because food he according can then td accurately the par- and flew the "Hump" from Indiato work in preparation for another FLORIDA I Ice Ii PIPE & SUPPLY CO.I
China with the, Air Transport ever increasing vegetable har- f
,. Wholesale and Retail ticular needs of each animal and Command overseas. vest in the Fall and Winter. 630 W CHURCH SB** SRfi5KO >. ftORi
the milk
i Of still obtain greatest
,. Aberdeen-Angus
When the "rush season" is on
DIAMOND! DEPENDABLE BATTERIES duction.By pro-I in either vegetable crop or grove Before remodeling: an old house I I
i I Cattle' Plan' Show carefully studying the dusting. Potter calls for assistance be.sure that It is sound and well
122 W. Pin. St. TeL 2.1352 dairymen find they can more from the Belle Glade office of the built.
II [cpe: af to Tie Sunday J Sent ne''-Star!
Service. Then. with two other airplanes ---- -- -
The Florida State efficiently cull their herds save I, -
QCALA -
from South Florida he -
calves for herd replacement from operates
____ Aberdeen-Angus Breeders Assn. I'
-- ----- the best producers and cut theprice "information" over large
meeting in'Ocala set Oct. 29 as
I of milk production.Similar groves or farms.
the date for their second annual The service has clear-
I dusting Sales And Servii
3'y Show and Sale. tests are being conductedin I ed a 40-acre tract of land neal : Headquarters ,
I Plans for Winter activities were I Duval, St. Johns and Orange here for an airport and built a t
discussed including promotion, of Counties where the local Pioneer hangar upon it.
The Complete' ,i the Aberdeen-Angus breed in Flor- Herd Improvement associations are k-
l FOR CONSTRUCTI:ON AND
ida and the Southeastern States. sponsoring the programs. RAISING BRAHMAN r i
line At the association's first sale in Platt said the cost of the tests OCALA-Ferdie Cone 4-H club
Ocala last year 37 animals grossed is approximately $4 per year per boy of the Morriston community, INDUSTRIAL EQ PMENT

nearly $13,000. Grand champion of animal. The facts obtained from recently bought a purebred Brah- I,
ROWHTKGCRfflELT the event was a two-year-old bull each herd are filed with the.; coun- man bull calf which he is raising
bred and raised by C. E. Tiny" I'ty agent for use in improving dairy to enter in the 1948 Brahman ,
Williams Bartow breeder of famous cattle standards throughout the Show and Sale according to .Asst.I
Before You Come To
fv "Blocky Blacks. His champion county. County Agent Sidney ParnelL Buy,
sold at the sale for $1,275. i i

V-DRIVES Turtles have a shell on their Good Quality pasture will replace !. See Us Or Write For "INTERNATIONAL INDUSTRIAL POWfft"
No great civilization has been under side. The upper shell is from 10,to 15 per cent of the
created or maintained without a known as the carapace and the mash and grain in the ration of 'I. Literature and Prices On CRAWLER TRACTORS
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1ICfI1TR page 26 irbt Sunbay 9F1ttIriF1- itttr Orlando, Florida, July 6, 1947 '
Job !
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IDA 'ThisVetWants a
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L [EDITOR'S NOTE To give employers an opportunity to provide
work for disabled war veterans The Sunday SentinelStarwill '

publish in co-operation with the Florida State Employment

x Service case histories of qualified ex-GIs seeking employment].

M t
One of some 60 men who survived after serving

It HANltY rOGUt 1 ; through their whole career with Carlson's Raiders is now

THE QUESTION living in Pine Castle, and looking for a job.
It is believed that his morale Would get a boost out of

'ate{1M f.r I*0.rw.....favrit.. of *IUrM r ndl-In I\ employment, as has happened for the veteran who con

1M HN elcetlsa rs : aa tracted arthritis in British Guiana*

THE ANSWERS RpI' and for the calvaryman with poor tug off a reinforced redlmtat of
eyesight, both of whom have ob- Japanese marines for 19 berets
O. .. $J4t. tourist camp oper- I 3P Malaria struck: him at ......
a ., tained Jobs since their stories appeared -
. t
atcr Apopka Nary : .... .:: >r.' r Santo with the usual dreary
-2 would Ilk to at* John Martin :::;: :':.i.;.} in this series. course of atabrine and qutatee
of JacksonvUl run again lie ;':,." sM Today's veteran is fitted to workas following.

wade the best a transit man or rodman in Anybody knowing of a Job for
Governor w*ever 8 ( ,} a survey party and would like this veteran of SiX yean ta the
had.and he could t '1Cy that. He also would welcome a Marine Corps should notify Florida -

1 do a food job i.. .tl ;.. chance to learn sign painting. His State Employment Servfe. 21
..... MartinpromUtd J St 1 -- x. :;ty. only handicap is malaria, from E. Pine St. telephone 111$
he which he is recovering.As .
would build :---i: [ ', : T- a. lad of 17, this man enlisted LEGAL. NOTICE
p..dIn Florida in the Marine Corps before REPEAL: OF REGULATION NO. M
/ : :: ;' the United States entered the war. RELATING TO ADVENTMINO' TAX AND
1 r .
be did )utUt. a'i i .
.
ad < tt b RETURNS-GIFT FRUIT tHIPMCNTfc.Refutation
.. and they f \ He was among the first to volun- No :31 relating to ...../..
the : teer for the Raider Battalion.His ins tax and return l.r gift trait rim
.*r. among menU and to UM shipoMat of sift teals
..
.
first contact with the
best tn th* naBur enemy packages under special permit hy eta kM
.. ..
Men steers completed. I understand .mU' 'm'u- was in the raid on Makin Island, or truck is hereby' rapt*)** la tu ...
U not too good, but IfS conducted from submarines and tlretr ,
health
fell This repeal' of Regulation *s 11. a*
>* ahould decide to campalcn for Th. resulting in destruction of a radio proved by the PlorMa Citra COBIBUMBM
station and oil dump. in open meetteg dab Mwmkted. to !....
mice I would lure to out and . . -tt: : land. Florida on th* :2nd e** of __.
:: :: ::
: : : :: Then came Guadalcanal, with
beat the bushes for h1mp3.lfa ox' : 1947 shall become effective at isM am;
/ fighting behind enemy lines, often July 10. 1947
* *
without rations.In FLORIDA CITRUS owagtlM0lt
H. 1i'al5ler, real estatedIeJn' .,, \: (SEAL By ,a ROLL 9UJdl&S.'
,. . $ the Battle of Piva Forks, ATTEST
:
t
:i/ La
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CoJonUlUnrn: ., ...:... .... forever famous in Marine annals / ROBT. C. EVANS.
My favorite eandldaU would ,.:,\ y.I he was with two companies stand- July Secretary 6. 1947
*. 8m. Walter W. hose lie baa aYs .
mad a good I .
1 t&1aUnpre.- DANCING TONIGHT
senUUv for thepeople ;j ,
w e sine he _',- : AT

tau bm a mem- LAKESIDE PARE
sv -' ber of the Benat -
8J P.M.
T 't sN to 12 P.M.
and has demonstrated " 1A KNOWLTON'S LAKESIDE ORCHESTRA
hi ; 2i! Miles South of Orlando City Limits on S. Kohl Are.
the administration s
ability In U i
r': of agars .
A i --
.._ State affairs. He rr 4 vArra'Y : ; Where Di'icrimincfmg Pea le Go 4

Wallet understands theproblems : : . I
Florida ti facing and I : : {. :

..rare h* will be able to do something ;/-.ID. + "''*. > Et
about them. He has been a rt : .f.i '" f
valuable asset to Central Florida .X : 't s .:. :;
lAd would be Invaluable to the ,R # COCKTAIL LOUNGE

Stat U elect dOovernor." Old artandantord NIwsy betweta Mahian4 ens; Attamate-TN, W. P. 5111.0
;<
w T
M. O. Ovrntrret. taxi driver.
Gary DUCK IN 3974 S. Orange
Winter Park;; ...... ',', M Starling's Blossom Trail
Warren 1s choice. I ------ -- -----
Tuner my .
We the delicious
-- serve same foods from noon UH I that
:know him very well and think he LEGAL NOTICE I I you get during the evening.
would make Florida AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO REGULATIONNO. F 1.i..fATHLETE'S W French
a fin aonrac:4" Orlandoan Held RELATING INSPECTION TO PAYMENTOF FEES. FOOT "QUALITY INSIST ON TASTE" i TLa: T nasal: I l Ko'sl'Central 1 I Fried JUMBO SHRIMP $1.25
a : I am still in 4 See. 1. Section 1 of Regulation No. 6 I favor of getting On 11 Warrants la hereby' amended to read as follows: jnd OTHER SKIN BAKED GOODS II' Florida's Finest"KISSIMMEE. [In Dining Room Onfy]
"Sec. 1. Every vendor or shipper of Cilroa IRRITATIONSSerial A Product of FLORIDA
off the
the eon
fruits excluding Valencia and other .
hlchways of the r J Willie Coleman. 25. of 803 Division Isle type' oranges between the datea of U Dow.s.SOc.SI tw.e-saw?'-4 0.N..Aolrw ... SCHMIDT'S BAKERY Under New !Management
August 3111. and December 15th of each Open Year Round
But and he 1s St. in county jail last night year and every' vendor of Valencia and I19C Orange Ave- Winter "arll"t Lounge
the only candidate wu being held on 11 warrants other late type oranges between the Open A.M. to 9 P.M. Phone 231W Luncheon 12-2 iraner t-S .
for Dover- L dates of August 31st and March 1st of 1 "'_'''': ,
all signed or witnessed by Carl : th. succeeding year, shall pay to the -
has had 1
nor that -9 I-
Commissioner of Agriculture a maturityInspection c,4
the courage to i Buchanan. Winter Park chief of fee of one cent (Ic) for each tio
II standard box or 1 3-5 bushels of citrus I FOR THAT CERTAIN "PLUS"IN
promise to do Ovmtreet'
police alleging> offenses ranging fruit sold transported or delivered for i
,anything about It. Fuller has been transportation during said period of FINE FOODS-FINE SERVICE-FiK'E CRl.'JKS:
from breaking and entering to !time; and in addition thereto one cent and .
Today
keeping up with the affairs of this ,
I COME: TO THECANDLELIGHT
Uc per standard box or 1 3-5 bushels
1 But and U aware of what Is needed grand larceny. of citna fruit for grade inspection i [ It
and will do something about 1L Chief Buchanan said that Coleman -' throughout the year, and one half cent Tomorrow t CLUBOranee

He Is going to be one of the leadIng signed a statement giving I 4HO bushels hr of each citrus standard fruit to which box or artificial 1 3-5: | Ave, Winter Park. 2 Doors Mirth ot Orlando Ave I t
' contenders for the job. details of 11 crimes between color I* added." j Gary Cooper-Jean Arthur ,, For Reservations Phone S17C
* March 15 and Friday when he Sec 2. This Amendment No. 1 to "THE PLAINSMAN"Plus -- "IP".F.I;!! "' ." ...,.:.
was arrested in Winter Park by'i I I culatlon No: 6 adopted by the Florida .
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W. J. Coleman barber. College Cittts Commission In open meeting duly > .
r
Patrolmen Enoch Osteen and H. Bar Restaurant
assembled in Lakeland. Florida on the > P
Park O. Johnson. :2nd day' of July. 1947. shall become effec- ': : Jungle Girl No. 11 ; DINING ROOM COCKTAIL LOUNGE PACKAGE GOODS Open
Open
"'D. C. Coleman of Miami Is my Uva at 12:01 a.m. July 10. 1947. s J !4
H. LEGAL NOTICE FLORIDA CITRUS COMMISSION I Cartoon-News 9 A.M. 'Till 6 P.M. rnuMidnight
man. made the best sheriff l(SEAL By' .a/ ROLLIE TILLMAN. 1
REPEAL OP HCOWkATIOM NO. 1* I EL A TI@ r ,
Chairman.a.
ATTEST;
that Dade County RELATING TO AND HCCULATINO THE MidnightDrive
; ; ROBT. C. EVANS. K
baa'eftI' had. MARRING Of CONTAINERS OF : t : Barbecues PicnicsI +
i I Secretary.:
,fit and since he has CANNED CITRUS rnooucTS.RenlaUoa t July 6. 1S4T. In RestaurantON
No. 1$. relating to and refttlaUni -! under the stars"Billy
been a member .th. marking of contalacra otcanned I I "Dancing
THE WINTER GARDEN ROAD 2 MILES FROM
eUrtu producta. la hereby repealed
of the State Senate Arnold and his Orchestra Wednesdays and Saturdays
he has dem III tu entirrtr.ThU repeal.ef Rtculation. No. 18. approved . I S. ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL OPEN DAILY 11 A. M. i DRIVE IN CITY LIMITS DRIVE IN
onstrated an understanding by UM Florid' Citrus Commission Flamingo ClubCHENEY
ill open mooting duly assembled in Lake-
of and. FIortda CIah.. 2nd day of July I
State leadership affairs that and July un.10.shall 1947.become etfecUva at 12:01: s.m. HIGHWAY PLAN NOW TO SEE "DUEL IN THE SUN" ,

has earned him 8AL FLORIDA By /BOLLIX CITRUS COMMISSION: TILUIAN. i FAMOUS FOR FINE FOOD FOR 20 YEARS

Celrmaa wide recognition. TIE : C. ZTANS.Secretary. Chairman. JAY MILLERS ORCH. EVERY NITE
He has been a member of the Sen- .
ate dartfig the last two Legislative July 1M7. No Cover or Minimum Except Sat. 50e w.id-

mrioni and Is well known In the I .. ,.... ... a
." " '-- PHONE 5910 CLOSED SUNDAYS 0 SHOWING I Ja ONE FULL WEEK
State.It Is time South Florida hada 0
Governor and U they unite be- : RADIOSREFRIGERATORS :

basd town! he can win." : e NO ADVANCE IN PRICES!--
w *
e :-
Stanley J. Agnew salesman. WASHERS
Oraace Blossom Trail: F M.G.M brings to life Marjorie Kinnon Rawlings' Pul *X would like to see a veteran NEED REPAIRS? and drama and heart-throbs in all its wild and beautiful setting in. all the

of World War II become Governor. S For Any'Make 0 0t TONIGHT xt. I glory of Technicolor! .
I know a little '
Can t

about FullerWarren and believe o e lARTON'STon V "ANGEL ON MY SHOULDER" t'THE YEAfWNCf' '
h* would doa e
Benefit By Our 25 PAUL MCAT-ANN' BAXTER-CXAUDE RAINS
good Job Ufleeted. S Yean Experience CARTOON"

have not. X really Next to Colony Theatre S "LATEST WORLD NEWS"Children 1.:, J .

a candidate picked as It S SP Winter Park 93 Under Twelve la Cars Admitted Free 1 27 Gregory PECK-Jane WYMAN-Claude: Jarman Jr., as JODY y
First Show 7:45 Complete Show From 10:30
will be a l lone 1,.,.-.,...._.._-------:
Urn until the /.:; features 1:34 -4:14: Attend the Matinees end -Avoid
I. III III rg
ticetton. butUI Eegin 6:45: .- 9:301 E.ining Crowds "

day had to I think chooM tt taAcnw would l be Warren MUSIC OF THE AMERICAS i. plus --i Novelty Cartoon Latest News

AD veterans are going to have to
taU more -Btereat in the affairs f4 ;'. c c 1 : $ f% 'l &ti '1e' "eN.+ .t j

or the State and nation If we are
gig t* prevent future wars."
sa PRESENTING 1N

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ATTIC FANS HIS The stars of two great Academy" One of the screen's most memorable
DESK FANS s 1.11 Cp I Award winning pictures "'lostWeekend' r vbotriumphs . as timeless as the mosterpiece -
"Best Years of OurLives' & hot inspired it! .- -
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LAMES {t.Mz# Darryl T.Zanutk't Production of VICTOR HUGO'
ELETTRfC RANGES
WATER HEATCKStmrt.AT: I '

t'NRRAtTORSt; i Milland-Wright .f LES MISERABLES
air 'U'. .una'as RADIO AND STAGE SINGING STARS y
W, MUX .., (ULOlliI4LI0\ll1C! "

Dazzling Rhumbas, La Congas, Smooth Popular Music PREDRIC MARCH nHk' fiA;: UfiHION .


; GUS MAHIn FEATURED IN MOVIE "CLUB HAVANA" AND OTHERS ; : t "HIT Second PARADE Feafure-i-OF'r

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MEfflMERATMHIHRVKE --.t: 'r with Woody HermoM & His ,
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t: 'Andy Russell The Sunday Sentinel-Star Radio Program 1 15O.DQ Orlando,. Florida; July 6,. 1947 ., --, -- iftturiDa! '' li1ij{-; .... .

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:: Oil, CES musical dramatic cries for also features vocalist! Trudy Erwin and the Page I ., "- '';'

Army Recruiting, moves to Sundays starting to- 'Cavanaugh Trio b2. ked by Jerry Fielding or- Kewsreels t \ Show\ I Dasher To5pea|

Sues Himself! I day.rum Evelyn vocalist.Knihof Mark Wamow's the Tony orchestra.Martin Show Arno is chestra. Over WORZ at 6 pan.WDBO i} : \ 5;!;

Tanncy who the tSM WLOF U230 WOMZ (UO) .
sings Sound Off chant and Glenn ,. M
t IDS ANOELE3 IAF Crooner 1:00: Uclodlc Sign On &.News. -
Orlando ScenesTwo
Darwin baritone featured Before
are performers. Heard fl:15 Melodic Olorr Fl* .nt Trio JayCeesL
Andy Ituuell claims be' being over WDBO at 5:30 pjn. 8:30 Melodies Chapel to the Sky T -
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Melodies ___ Chapel tn th. Sky
8:45
done In by hi* corporate Idf.a Dorothy Lamour is singing hostess of a variety i
1'00 B ptlrt Hr. Ortta Reretnt .. News _h'___ national newsreel releasesof S. Dasher. 8tate w JI.nlrr
mine wit u&lnfct program aeries premiered today. Designed NBCto
Andy RuueO. by 1 18 Btptlst Hr. Organ Herein .. OTCM IteeiUl-
Ins and Samuel E. SUefeL identified stimulate recruiting for the Regular Army, it ':30 Decision Now _.?. Organ Renl11e NBC String Quit Orlando subjects -will appear of the Apprentice-! ] atal.. ....
7 45 He*, Bob Jones __ Organ Reveille __ NBC String Quart here this week in Florida d
also brine Henry Russell his orchestra and a State Ice. of the Uiztted 8tam* D11L
M tecrcUnr and thief stockholder ___.___ World News R-un I
Air
8-00 News Church of
of the corporation, the TOcattit guest star. OVer WORZ at 8:30 pan. 8:15: Renfro Valley T._ Church of Air Lucerne Gosl TIDe theaters. was revealed yesterdayby Labor will be guest tpt .kit M..
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i Reunion a new Mutual program is heard for 8:30 Renfro Valley Evangel Hour __ Meth. Mln.Mln. Assn Ann... Vernon Hunter local manager. 4 5a i regular Monday noon 1-IMe. d
contended Meth.
yesterday that he B:45 Johnson Family Ivanel Hour
It not being properly reUnbuuned the first time over WLOF at 2 pm. Starring Milo Church Christ First of the releases win be pic- the Junior Chamber of C1Mt
Bible Claw
9-00 Ness 5
?
-
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K t for his services a* in er. actor Boulton. of We. The People fame the program 9:15 Listen-to XJebert _Bibl Class-. Church 5* Christ._.. tures of Mary Elizabeth Morris. in the Chamber' of Ct --U-

and enttrtainf" dramatizes reunions of long-separated friends. 5:30 9::45 Christ Christ for for World World.Vole Voice ef of Prophecy prophecy: The Ch05e1LPeo HtrmonHrei.. 25-year-old Orlando beauty water building. Harry L. ...

Ht a *rrld that when the relatives and heroes. 10:00: News ,____- Arthur van Horn- Voices Down W1AcI skiing on Lake Killarney at 20 gram chairman MUMTbe .....,
r..n.r*Uan vat formed March A portion of tbe first broadcast outlines the 10:15 ChOdcraft Pun -. Dizte FOOT Voices Down Wind. : State wsesitarb. A..
10 30 Voice of Prophecy_ Reviewing Stand! Newt Highiighta miles an hour behind an airplane.The
21. nUt he trrrd .. give It his plan ef a father to locate and visit'the grave of 10:45: Voice of Prophecy Renewing Stand Modes Modern -- I will to Tbe'VathMml ApM st >
eirlmhe. trrrim Ur seven his war-hero son reported missing in action. 11AO Salt Lake Choir Methodist Church First;: Pres. Church stunt arranged by the city ship Program aid hall M m.
yean In rrttirn f.r $1... a week that favorites of 11:15 Salt; Lake Choir Methodist Church First; Pres. Church publicity department was filmedby !. feet OrUarf.
Songs Hour of
were Charm
)
113O Music for Sunday Methodist Church First Pres. Church v
and an untprrtflrd prrrrnUcef listeners throughout the season win be spotlighted 11:45 Musle for Sunday Methodist Church First; Pres. Church Fox Movietone News' cameraman Contrary to as e
hit tnrwrae. craftsmen
12:00 Gospel Hour Mutual Music Show America United Al Waldron, who declared It are nrde sot
the Summer finale
on program's at 3:30 from
But be contends, he ha not pm. 12:15 Gospel Hour Mutual Music Show America Untted Dasher vud Natural srtNtrs
TrcrlTtd the $1.000 weekly and hasbeen WDBO. Evelyn has chosen for her violin solo the 12 JO Gospel Hour Mutual Music Show U. of Chto RUbie 1 to be "the most spectacular and I of course: a rrrrrqntrtei &e
____ Show U. of Chto Rtabie
12:45 Gospel Hour Mutual Musle
paid only when he worked. number most requested by music students Lecuo- 1:00: News Review Married for Lile RCA t;; "Show. dangerous water stunt I have ever mare lap. bu' in the final
He asserts that the corporation's' na's Malaguena. Joanne soprano soloist sings Cole 1:15 News Review Married for Life 0 RCA Victor Show seen." I II the type of tamtngmr .sc.m.i
earnings hart apprctlmated $100.- Porter's I Love You. and Barbara with the all111 1:30 Hires to You Sammy Kate" __ Patterns Sophisticates? ba Poetry' Second of the films is.a news- Illfa I apprentirr shtp dlINa1Mr
The
e-Fact-F1c'n
1 45 Hires to You S
: reel-on the breeding and of skill and ofrafismrn
000 and asked an accounting and choir i* heard in Malotte's The Lord's Prayer. 2:00: CBS Snnpbony Resdoa __ J. W. Vandereook raising ; quality
voiding of the contract. lie did not The NBC Symphony Orchestra under Frank. 2:15: CBS Bnnphon Reunion ____ Sunday Matinee Palomino horses at Orlando'sMagnolia : ,' No 1IIIIIu&ria& _
Indicate bow much he had 2:30: CBS Symphony __ Lutheran Hour .. Sunday Matinee Farms owned by Elmer business, in utPjai of (1111.
received. money Black' direction features Caponsacci epic poem 3 45 CBS Symphony __ Lutheran Hour ._ Sunday Matinee .- Jones. Hunter said. : afford to shrug. off &.bit .

for orchestra by Carlton Cooley first violinist of 3:00: CBS Symphony: House of Mystery._ Sundae Matinee Matinee Both newsreels were specially .aes:' of app;mttee ta..--..
3:15: CBS Symphony House of Mystery Sunday --
Whales cannot more their the NBC Symphony. Heard at 4 pm. over WORZ. 3:30: Hour of Charm True Detective T. O'Shanter Golf arranged for Fox Movietone and : Stressing the many .Au T t ,
because the optic nerves are stiff eyes Northwestern University Reviewing Stand discusses 3:45: Hour of Charm '__ True Detective ___ T O'Shanter Golf will be seen by approximately the apprentice! traintngj
like 4:00 Family Hour tJ.. Under Arrest NBC Symphony 30 million theater goers in the fords: vouna mm %heoni =
exhaustion of
a poker possible America's
In the human eye resourcesat 4:15: Family Hour ___ Under Arrest_-* NBC Symphony United States and '-
several foreign high school! L naaha
the optic nerve Is slack like a 11:39 a.m. over WLOF. 4:30: Jean Sablon Show. L. Sweetland Show NBC Symphony -
telephone cord when the 4:45 Jos Harsch-News_ Lee Sweetland .._ NBC Symphony nations in tbe next two Each year our high scto.... _
eyeball It enters Eileen Farrell soprano star of the Family Hour 7:00 Silver Theatre_ Those Webster Sacred Heart ...- months according to Gordon R. out young men unafcia. t* .. icolleee
chooses Musetta's Waltz from Puccini's: La Bo- C15 Silver Theatre_ Those Websters Ssath-Myrl' ---- Elwell. city publicity director Un tu lite doen fI6 .-
_, __ Dan Gar way Sho
5:30 Sound Off Nick Carter
heme. She also sings Swanee River and joins 5:45: Sound Off _____ Nick Carter __. Dan Oar'..,. She under whose direction the films prenuceship are ..... taay wfk
Charles Fredericks in Sari Waltz by Emmerich 6:00 Gene Autry Drew Pearson Jack Parr Show were made. turn to other purcutta.,
_its Kalman. The Family Hour is heard over WDBO 6:15 Gene Autry Don Gardiner Told__. Jack Rogues Parr Gallery Show The airplane skiing pictures will THE FAMOUS DELORES AT HER HAMMOND ORGAN, shown -fttaekperatiac sacral. alrIrast II

OININ. f00at at 4 pjn. 6 6:45::30 Blondle Blondie ...__ GrIst Grist Story Story Told Rogues Oallery --- appear at the Grand Theater above, will ploy at the Carlos Molina dance here Tuesday at a* aas. .fp. M ....

I :first: touw IutNCOCftMt i vl, The Dave Garroway Show at 5:30: pjn. over *7 7::00 15 Sam Sam Spade Spade __ Mediation Mediation Board Board -. Stan Stan of of Tomorrow Tomorrow beginning through July today 8 and and at the running Colonyon the Coliseum as an intermission feature. She will be featuredin aplwesUe.Yt"This program ..;. J_

WORZ brings Joseph GaUicchlo and his orchestra: 7JO Crime Doctor ._.__--r Record Shop__-.. Kenny Baker _-:, July 8 and 9. The Palomino a trio performing on two Hammond organs and a concert unabated ia the yean i il affair. ..
7 45 Crime Doctor Record ShoD Guest ----
singers Jack Haskell and Vivian Elaine and a guest *8:00:: Corliss Archer Exploring Unkn"B Wane King horse film Is scheduled to starton grand piano. Delores' last engagement was at the Latin l in this way can mflnnvy... _
i 8:15 Corliss Archer Exploring Unkn Wayne King ___ next Sunday at the Beachamand II itself from a thin marlut IB.
artist.Sifter Room
Theater stars Ann Seymour and Ned 8 JO Tony Martin .-_ Listen Carefully Dorothy amour Colony Hunter said. in Miami. Carlos Molina's 18-piece orchestra will ploy JDeI1 owI
____ Dorothy Lamour
i Weaver in Crystal original radio drama writtenby 8:45Tonl:: Martin Listen Carefully_- Story for Tonight, for the dancing, I Button ThamaL Jainnrlent. .....
9 00 Take It-Leave It Gabriel Heatter
Robert at 5 9 15 Take It-Leave It Gabriel Settler Story for Tonight Pine Castle NewsPINE : mute every, ..... iia ..
Presnel. :
tansy a CMI n.1oa1a." neat p.m. over WDBO.A ;
9:30 Strike: It Rich ...,. Counter Spy __ Here to Veterans tend this JuDehiaD a .....1IiIr
, at special Iemaer weird Tasmanian legend. Mystery of the 9:45 Strike It Rich __ Counter Spy ___ DecisionNow --. CASTLE Mr. and Mrs. nor Miss Vonceil Todd. Miss f Fire destroys in hours what it i, this proaram aifacu 0I'IMIIIt' ..
ra.... Pointing Bone, by Roger Elliot Is presented by 10:00: Bymphonette William Hillman News from' NBC Fred Carter and three children Frances craig. Miss Mary Shani- takes Nature years to replace.: sons
1 P-V Stry B hind HTlnes10JO "
Game
t .LSs paps $1.11 n..1.. House of Mystery at 3 pjn. over WLOF. 10:15 Symphonette TN Beneke All-Star Orchestra ._._.r- Henry Rus.seU Or. went to Welaka to spend Fridayon barger. Mrs. William Moye. Mrs.
. Louis Kaufman violinist plays the Concertoin 10:45: Tex Beneke _____ Orch,-News _____ Henry Russell-Or. business and pleasure. ,
M John Gardiner Miss Helen Gar-
a" 11:00: News Sports Parade News from NBC := :Miss Jean Shambarger. who has
r B Minor for Violin and Orchestra Saint- h' .
by CAPITALRECOftDIWfi
Oreh Rustic Cabin Or '
11:15 Scores-News Dance diner. Mrs. William Lain Mrs. CARLOS MOLINA!
been
Suns with the CBS Symphony under Bernard 11 JO Dance Orca Dance Orch. __-. Francis Craig or. visiting her brother. Jack
I 11:45: Dance Orch ZZ News __ Francis Craig Or. and his family in San Francisco Wilson S. Naylor. Mrs. Collis .UIIT .
BUILDINGMATERIALS Herrmann at 2 pm. from WDBO. The program T2-00 News ___ Sign Ott H.wi Sign. has gone to New York where she Blair Mrs. Homer Wilson Mrs. Personal Appearance ami ....1...
opens with Paris and Helen and closes with RousId' 12:15 Dance Oreh has Harold Neff Mrs. Herbert Dean.
r 12:30 Dance Orch accepted a position at nursing : Direct from Associated State with
I Symphony. Le Poeme de la Foret. In the .k
Presbyterian
12:45: Dance Orch Hospital.A .
I The Jack Paar Show devoted mainly to comedy.MOVES 1:00: sign OU fellowship meeting was held INGRAM & INGRAMOPTO ; Tern Sawyer of WDBO. .
Lumber
at the Faith Tabernacle in honorof .
Paint I Rev. and Mrs. Paul Bancroff. }IETRISTS Tuesday Afternoon at 2.75 P.M."t

: Roll Rooflnq and Shingles nt ttl; tar PAUL GALLICO'S TRAFFIC DREAM who are leaving for Lake Worth Successors: to MEAD'S I -. t,
Present were Mrs. Maddin. Mr.
Windows and Sashes It

I t Doors end Frames MERCHANDISE Tiger i Tank Proves Master and, Rev.Mrs. Carl and Mrs.Gresham.D. I.of Phillips Orlando 104 Mitts N. Orange, Sundays.Ave.Holidays Phone I38C S3SI l ..

and Mrs. C. H. Jones and daughter I
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THOMASLUMIEK :a
m I m I rTl m I':=, I Patty.

CO. 1 Average Daily Circulation Of Highway Hogs BulliesBy and Mr.family and Mrs.who have Robert been Johnson visit .5.a 0:

231 W.'Cora AT*. T.L ,4107 Past 6 Months-42.993 I ing Saturday.In Virginia returned home : ;.

t PAUL GALLICO Th/ Women's Society for Chris 1

I -- Mr. Richard Tregaskis, the famous INS War Corres- tian Service will meet at the home 9t

pondent, and for a time my jeep-mate in the ETO once of 2:30 Mrs.pjn.J. J. Willis. Thursday at I. = = \

filed what he thought was a funny story from the battlefield A men's supper will be served 1 = 1

HEADQUARTERS FOR in France, about my having acquired a German tank In the,Parish House of the Methodist 11 16i L .

as a suuvemr. I Church Thursday night at \. : RH WESTERn = 1 : :.' ,'''' .
-COLUMBIA 6:30 pjn. No charge will be
We had got mixed up with some ly we would stop and miss the but each made 1 j:.. .,
t man attending is askedto f nORTH CRROimfl 1:
-DECCA British units In the Battle of the light or get a crumpled fender or bring a covered dish. Service
Punch Bowl somewhere east of 1 wind up In the cars parked on the will be provided, and the Annie I c'73 i uc
opposite curb. But not on this Willoughby 9: i > ,',
CAPITOL Circle members will iI
'alaise and had
dream-ride. Our tank weighs 40( (6710 I
act as hostesses.Rev. :.
just concluded a tons and is plated with eightIncharmor. :
i VICTOR cash: deal with a I John Dmgley., student of : .
Hang on now. WHAM I
Tommy wherebyI Emory University was speaker at .1 Summer eeolaei a.d.ou"t.i. =
What was that? Oh. just a little
RECORDS .
the '
came Into pos- Methodist Church Sunday charm bring ::
session of a xmuchcoveted truck with bad manners and no June 29.Following. I I e.ar iaa..i.g .-...... mI r
consideration for fellow vehicles. I 1 th. iuMd "L* d of TIle -
Turn around and were out-of-town :: Sky"! Craggy RhododcBdroa =
can get a
Luger pistol, you guests at the home of Rev. and :: Gardens,Great Smot 7Mountain =
when a big, red- glimpse of it through that sally Mrs. Collis Blair last week: Mr. =. National Park _
faced Yorkshireman ,port. There it is. back on the side- and Mrs. Thomas Chatham of Wa- == (1.117.930 vnnors last S 1 Fn
walk. We sort of knocked it :: yeerl.BiIH!) _and = ,
clattered by basso and Rev. Russell V. Carr ..... s
somebody's show window. = IC \ Garden*- attraction* = .
'k in a huge Ger- ,. '.through and family. Rev. Carr is the mem- no cad. Adcqaat i..., -
man Tiger Tank The driver can think up an explanation =
bership secretary of the National - tweet and guest home =
orphaned by the of why he was trying to Methodist Rural Fellowship.Mrs. =-- Superb golf and all popn -

sudden but not Galileo crowd Into traffic without waitinghis W. E. White of 1225 Kaley lar.poetLCam.bythrougIlP0(1.545. =
I turn. We're making the Ught.Ain't. ( .air or motor.Ka. =
greatly regretted demise of its for- 1
Ate.. Orlando, entertained the fol- Quest folder No. 14 . =
mer owners. it wonderful? I knew you'dlike -rr CHAMBER OF COM. l"
lowing at her home in honor of =
'I : To Mr. Tregaskis' amusement this. But wait. We've Just Mrs. A. E. Jorgenson: Mrs. J. W MERGE.At&evtIU. N. C -
( !]I1iVZO I shouted up. "Hey! How much started. Burdick Mrs. Wilmott Lesser. Mrs. x
do you want for the tank?" t Down the avenue we go. HeUo.here's Robert Greene Mrs. Glenn Faulk- -t----=-= r
The a big trailer truck decidingto .
Yorkshireman stoppedhis -- -
, : -01:10' 01:101:. juggernaut said. "Gaw! You pass another and shoving us out I .
Into the stream of traffic comingthe
'ave th bloody
can thinjr. 01
; FEATURING Carlos Molina don't want nn," climbed down other way. You know how NEWS! FOR HOUSEWIVES !
and walked away. leaving me that works. You wind up with a You are Invited to St.'c,,* u.1 I 1. JI'

CARLOS MOLINA will make personal appearance the sole and happy possessor of busted headlight and maybe a E
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one tank In operating condi- Q THE WEAB-EYER pressure cooker
Associated Stores Carlos Molina and
at Tom
board the other. s..7
RHUMBA KING tion. tered running on the automatic cnap-tite cover is now

t! 0 this coming Tuesday at Mr. Tregaskis thought it was But not in our tank because we being demonstrated at our store . be ""
r And Orchestra"MUSIC 2:15 P.M. a push back. Yippeeeee! R-I-I-I-PI to this method of cooking broadcast W . I .
gag. To me it was the realization sure see new you my .. .. .
of of Splinter! CRASH! NOW. Mrs. Polly Anna. Lee. factory .
IS one secret
Dance to His Music my ambitions
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! OF THE Tuesday Night namely some day to own I could a machine slug It In out which with the contents of that poor dear demonstrator. contestant and win .$*j* eI Cm to* :

I AMERICAS"CAPITOL 0 At theCOLISEUM the the road tyrants truck and drivers Tyrannossaurs and trucks of truck can all opener.over the Wonderful street.Just things likea JOSEPH BUMBY HARDWARE CO. Molina's latest Capitol R.'" ;

these dream tanks. You know
fl on something like even terms. 3'pUhaven't .
ALBUM .
! The obstacles to getting had as much fun since ybu 103 W. Church St. Phone 6101
my pet
! home proved insurmountable. but I took a chance and pasted the Dance to Carlos lWei;.. mm4 Alt
; $3.57 II 9 P.M. to 1 A.M. the dream remains. Every time school bully one In the snoot and
I saw him light out for the tall Music The
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hit the road In my poor. vulnerable Of tk* :
I :101:10.01:10 1 lSllOI little heap and timber. e _-
f sitting securely in the some cab of bully his Now we've got an engagementat -iN STOCK Coliseum Tuesday night, July Ash t! .

: POPULAR ten-ton mobile fort rides me up a that, the busy bottleneck downtown leading intersection to- _ from 9 P N11. to 1 .-1..11. :
tree or swing out on me In a
I crowded city street. I dream of the highway out of town. Know STEELCASEMENT

I '...... TeHohosset' Vaughn Monroe 63 my beautiful Tiger Tank. A guy the one I mean where you sit in .
. Ask Anyone Who Knows Margaret Whiting 63 can dream can't he? your little lightweight meat- Tickets on Sale at Associated/ I It

Posting By Jo Stafford 63 And what is more you can share grinder while the heavyweightspush WINDOWSAT
I this one. all you fellow suffers out from every side street
:Sincerely Yours Freddy Stewart 63 who have been pushed around by and alley criss-crossing crowding -

Ivy Dick Haymes 63 these .bruisers in their gigantic shoving blocking, daring REDUCED PRICES

/ Boinn>tvng Kay KyserHILLBILLY 63 truck and trailer combinationswho you to stick out a fender It
believe that might makes takes a half hour to go 10 feet.
SOUTHEAST STEEL SALES CO.
I right on the highway and who. Okay pardner. Adjust your
i with one flick from their bumpers! crash helmet and hang on to that ORLANDO. FLORIDA.
I or Juggernaut heels, can put the there strap we're going through! 100 W. Amelia Art. DowisUlrs Phoa J-UU

I'm Thinking''' Tonight,Of family bus into the hospital for BLOWIE! ZAM! and likewise If X I
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: My Blue Eyes Burl Ives 79 them. -POW!

Steel Guitar Hop Cecil Campbell 79Am Step apt fellow dreamers and Tut tut! What a pity.That nice

I To BlameTcnncsseo AI Dexter 79 fellow sufferers and take your shiny looking van; that big beer

a Central I Roy Acuff 63 places for the dream ride of the truck: that highway freight car iii I
I .. century In Galileo's all crumpled and TOPS IN
' Many Tears Ago Jenny Lou CarsonRACE 63 Tiger Tank. License own plates private havebeen .busted. Fenders right in two in the middle. ;

affixed fore and aft. and Well. ta ta. chum. ",e\e got to be
we're going for a little pleasure gomg. Next time you'll observe
spin around New York or your traffic regulations and the rights

'' I'm In A Low Down Mood Luis Russell 79 own tersection.home town or highway in- of AuVt little it guys.a beautiful dream?

, Way Over There By The We'are tooling Innocently down:

Cherry Tree Johnny Moore 79 a side street trying to.catch a Concrete Brick or Block PECK -

.- Shuffle Boogie Johnny Moore 79 traffic light. Oops! Right In frontof FROM GREGORY

.. Lottery Blues Duke Henderson 79 us a behemoth of a truck pulls
Foundation to Chimney Top
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Basin Street Blues Herb Jefferies 79 so muchas
a hand signal. He hasnt got the
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1 i ;o9e 28 The &1mdaR Irrntinrl-&tar Orlando, Florida, July '6, 1947 Alma May Ferrel Wins Dedication Planned "I

I Repairs Improve Beauty Contest Prize' For New Pipe Organ

ti Burned to Death ,
Dog. : i Miss Elderton {Special to The Sunday Sentnel; '-Storl [ISc*' ;it: to T>* -Jc: '* .f'.1 .

In Fire at Cocoa % DAYTONA BEACH-In South COCOA De 1eNMa a.. U.s
Seminole Daytona's beauty contest held Friday troducttoa et UM ... "' .Mat _
(ISee' 1to' The $undcn Sentinel Stew J .Q1Y of the Fourth the Yen Be..- ..
COCOA-No persons were Injured i in celebration be made through ...Ca.J .......
but ft thoroughbred Irish I Chosen Queen fSperjal to The Sunday Sentmef-StarJ' blonde Alma May Ferrel 17, was to be played tor n..Ie .

getter named Sylvia, two years old.I'' SANFORD-Citizens of Osteen and vicinity are growing crowned queen. well kaewn auaet a.

Owned by Lee Terrill. was trapped weary of the long trip around through Enterprise to Mary Joiner took second place and teacher, l+sat .'..... M
burned to death in thirdfloor Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star J
and a
In reach their homes because of the closed highway, but from and Jeanne Harrop. third.
apartment building pjn.Murpbee'i
a NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Approximately beef
owned by R. M. Rembert at 220 500 Edgewater towns- its present appearance the wait will be well worth while. Judges of the event were Ray early" eleesta procreaathe t..5.f11 tltl. -.

Magnolia.Are. shortly after 3 pm.patetday. people and visitors attended the _.L Ever.since the days when the water between the Semi-. Selden. J. F. Desmarias and W. H. I more meepre&enlday.... .- -.- ... fill
I t'noie ana voiusia County lines Rosier Jr. .1 rr
oIlc eat.S.a11L a
Fire' Chief J. F. MacMillan of celebration at Edgewater Friday}i' I
I this road was crossed on a ferry I include on of Mi ew. eetAashtioer.
Into lone "S" (The
the: Cocoa Fire Department reported when Miss Barbara Elderton was easy corves.
the fire and said loss was f:4J4 unanimously chosen as Miss Edge- this stretch of less than two miles fill has been widened until not is also being constructed of a Chorale Prelude m MSinners. eft -
estimated' at 5000. water. 1947. has been a twisted and narrow fill I cement. America feafc-hysaaa. OHM
I is the actual surface
only
hard Poor raid """"'. m +*
fire Is believed The original plans of the State
The to have 'V Her attendants were Miss Lois with one side lined closely with
parted from a gasoline stove in Cameron and Miss Doris Rankin.A palmetto trees and a sheer drop on regulation width but the right- Road Department were that the ales play the. Sunday mm_
one of the apartments on the sec. gift and flowers were presentedto the other. It Is only with si ill- I of-way spreads out on both sides road be completed in ;Sepiarber. services at the church' at 11 e'on <.....
floor. and her attendants ful safe but Information has been received that day.
ond the honoree. driving that cars have been I making it a completely
received flowers. able other that weather conditions have retarded -- -
to.pass each : thorofare.
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NOTICIaMM MoUrbU.fully ...
.MNV MO. t TO a.UlAT10N Junior Queen of Edgewater was There is now no resemblance i The bridge near' the woods was progress and acval completion I pi.ae
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A.ev HTI.IM. Kathleen attended to date is not definitely fltmrmktrferret .
MO. II atTUIIMft. Barclay by the
lormer road. and concrete structure
The sharp torn away a I I II .
S.r. t. Sartlaa s af PXiilatlaa N.. 11 I Ann Fuller. Junior King was Joey" curves I known now. . ......... lultt1 ....
have
...$..... ...a* 4 I* nod at fallavc been molded out placed there. The next bruise
,.doe. t. ._... .wM ta OuaraittM ;i ; Driscoll and his aide was Michael
[f pas .* A.*arti..... T. .-&acct Stanford.
.,....IH .. rttrai fnm la tree tana .
...U', A fish fry. arranged by Mrs. 1
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atria caaraat pa -
.-.. .. .aTtaUB; tarn** .... VTVTTraaar ''kY Florence Swiney and Mrs. FrankJ.
a araoaaar r* air.4 t* !.. a < Kiep, and their committees, was I
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lama! bad *r nab Ir.aalt t* araaaajai'Mt r ,
ire *t .<..rtui.. .... seder _____ followed by field activities, for various -
srtiaa I"N. riarMa stataua 141.i Ii IiI age groups.. .
a. .mtm TMrMa m: sad Capt.r *)$P3. La. kyrs I
'af flarta'a hall: ? Mayor E. H. Lohman and R. C.
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.) MMt/f laa Ftaria'a Cltm CmnmUataa AF : .; Roberts. president of the Edge-

tile at.Mast.... path thirty...dart.... la iaUndi advaaeaaf taatal <: water Improvement Club sponsors j
.**rs.... .....r aaea (.raataad of the celebration. ,
.;.>... 's Group singing included a song I MOND:1l
tb1 At bait M dart Mlar ta the *f. : .i R
dedicated and Mrs. H.
to Mr. C.
I j* feet,.. daw thrrvaf. fll. with tha norMa -
Citma C.mmll a ...d and .... Rice who had just celebrated
(MtMit nab Mad 5.r aamr bend .!. their 50th wedding anniversary. *
rattd kr U. h..dlu at prtarlpalad ; *
M 0 ..nt, amp..r aytUflrd .
pad ..lhart>.*d .. da ..I_ la this .
I atat. a* . CUrma auilaataa kaaad anbe AN OUTSTANDING[ DAY FOR VALUES !
( 5.151 ..mb.r .( a.i.. ., trait -
tka fcaadlar riparU ta kandla .. Ut.I El
MM* far klrh Neb hood U petted; # r
atadH>d at fall- ryr y

far- WO as 000 aBtlrtpatad kam a bond t..lao.t tip t* ".000 Mfnm MONDAY 9 A.M. WE WILL SELL 250 ONLY!
ae.eei .. I.ooo.ooai SetSoeciol . '.
".... a Wad M SXOO.00fr :: Program ,
lAooaci 1.100.000 ; a
I : ...... a toad .< :I.GOO.OO ;rE ; [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]
/ "..- ......801 .. 2.DOO.000 .. KISSIMMEE-Registration for
: 1In... a bad affraat .000.00 I
OOO.MI t. 1400.000 the Summer recreational program 9"R
kair 1 bond at ___ a.000.00 will be held tomorrow at the Lake J OeepPye

fraia..1.000.. a baM aoi ta af 3.000.000b. -_ _ ___ (.000.00fram '. Front Park with Miss Ruth Breese. .
l.OOO.OOl .. :3JOOOOO xyira'F' yrn.E city recreational director and John goft
I aastt. a tar*: af -"?, '000.00 Colombo city athletic.director in I
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ftMB l M.OOl ta 4 000 000
M.... a -..* ., S.OOOOO charge.
fnm 4. oa MI t* 4>OO.MO The Summer will include activi- I :
\ aaara.t toe kM 001.w.at .. 0.000.00tram ties for all ages including adults.
a Wti4 .f 1000000 Children aged 6. 7 and 8 years
MI. hratala .. taa riartda CltraiCaaimiaawa are classed by Miss Breese asmidgets. l
+ w..ktF ratara..d.r Nth ." ." and 9 to 12 olds I HOBNAIL Chenille
year c
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f aU frail aaadtod. pub ramtttaaca _
I auacad far _.1 .dv.rtlaia. tax .aa are classed as "juniors." All children "o:
tar taa HTlod raaanad. aoch rctarn .
E in these two age groups are
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I. rack tha narld CUrse C. *-
\t >f Wdadar af nil, v..k ah..- asked to register at the Commun- .
Nat all. trait haa l4 la tha fr tr4tntralaadar ityHouse tomorrow from 9 to 11:30 -v ,-, 1
.*.>. A .....lrr war makarviaraa . .,
far a VMM.T a.rla4 ay appl 1,. < ajn.Girls
la. t* taa PIer... Ctt".. Ceoimtaaad MRS. THOMAS GROVER MOON, the former Jane Cochran of and boys 9 through 12
5.n. ..k'.* aarh arraatMiivau years of age who are Interested in SPREADS
at .kU M ampiatla ta the said rote Lake Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Cochran. Mr. Softball report vo the Lakefront
Ma CltrM CaaiattMlaa at Its tfUenttaa -
and Mrs. Moon are now away on a wedding trip and upon Ball Park from 1:30 to 3 pjn.;
a.d. Ratara all ta citrus led raw.adTtrtUiac.. Cltrai ftanpa Camuaiaa their return will make their home in Oviedo where fie will be boys frpm 11 to 14 years old report :

... .. tark aaadlart aa..n.... for to the high school athletic
He is the of
affiliated with his father in
rt.... sad rvfrala from the a.a ., celery growing. .son field for baseball from 3 to 4:30 L
,per ltr.,*..........rtt*...iB.*Stamps atla tha ta aaaraataada war ...- Mr. and Mrs. Grover Stevens Moon of Oviedo. The weddingwas pjn. Athletic Director John Col-
raji.at .rawa la la aftct.** held in the First Baptist Church of Sanford, June 22. ombo will have charge of these ;
.. a*.. I. This Aatada aat Ma. 1 ta Beau- I two groups. ;
( laua* Ma. II adopted kr the Pieties cit.t Teen-age girls interested ill ten- !
., CamaitMtaa ta ap.B fcUac dull ..- 1l Here's the ,spread you've waited
M9ikl ,. &.a 11.1..... nartda. .. tha lad consider their 1947.48 valuations nis should report at the tennis ,, ti for In colors you're dreamed I
dF af Jmlr. 1*41. thaU boome. UKU"I Voiusia Board unfair or too high. court on the Lake Front Park from ; about! At a price to amaze you! ;
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I >KO>A crntua COMMISSION Also to be heard at this time 5 to 7 pjn. An evening community .. Soft sturdy evenly tufted hobnail f
I( fa&AU.&I" KOLUX TILLUAN. .. To Conduct are those who have been denied recreation program will be '_ .t puffs they're stltehpd.on [not
1 ATTMTChalrmta./ MOBT, C. grill homestead exemption by the held for all age groups tomorrow 1 5. a lopsided woven dots!] AU stitched !I t
I OeeN.n. Yolusia County tax assessor. night from 7 to 9 p.m.' at the Com- ., '_,?,, firmly to sturdy sheeting! Your
/uly .. 1MT. Tax munity House. .O' ,. choice of seven luscious pastels: ..
Hearing Few complaints are anticipated. -
Thursday night a party at the
-5 p blue, tearose, peach, yellow, green,
Graham said because evaluationsfor
Community House will be held .
I (CSpe. c.1 to The Sunday Sentinel-Star the current year are approxi- after which Tuesday and Thurs- 1 =,,'., orchid, gnu. And In creamy white.M .

D ELAND-Voiusia Board of mately the same as last year. Only day nights of each week will be
County Commissioners will convene hikes that have been made are devoted to adult tennis matches
tomorrow as a Tax Equalization where construction has been underway between the hours of 7 and 9:30 FOILS I
USED( eRRS Board at 10 ajn. in the county or completed.The pjn. Every Monday. Wednesdayand
courthouse according to John : Equalization Board will recess Friday nights the Community at OR
Graham board chairman.At I during the morning until a House will be open to all ages TWItJSEACH !
SOO W.CINTRAL AVI. this time the Board will hear later date and thtf Commissionerswill with ping pong table games of all .
complaints from taxpayers who hold a brief budget session. types and dancing.

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