Orlando morning sentinel
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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
Sunday sentinel=star
Orlando Sunday sentinel=star
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: July 17, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075053
oclc - 02734467
notis - AKR3408
lccn - sn 83016284
System ID: UF00079944:00226
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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ii Delay Predicted i

Ores- -- Mining... - - -- Quotas During 1947-48 i ii Embattled Greel< Army

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bromyko( Flays 'DEAD-END' KID PROVES _DEADGAMEGUY! Demand Surge ,

Lowers Stocks 1 Marshall Bares:

L Speaking of Brands .

Control GroupOwnership GrazianoTakes MiddleweightCrown The Florida citrus canned

!I pack next season'will' be

| from a month to' six weeks Move To Sell

Idea I late, citrus men said yester-

With- TKO Over ZaleI : day in explaining the sudden

| buying surge which has brightened To
Treaty Rcgulation CUDDY ed canned juice picture: Ships TurkeyNavy
I I *\ oiied prrss Sports Writer
"A short 1947-48 croP. record
Of Usage Sought CHICAGO Rocky Grazi-
consumer demand and a late starton Cruises To
LAKC SUCCESS, N. Y. ano, the "dead-end guy the new pack is the answer -

from New York, proved him- to the recent activity," they said.: Greece Indicated
(tWi] RUM made a surprise
self a dead-game last "The trade has awakened to _
proposal yesterday for ,
find its shelves nearly empty and
from the floorGetting
night,:: by rising
an international treaty on aystem -a. -- _ with less than 10 million cases of State Marshall dncloed

of quotas regulating Close! available in Florida." they said. yesterday that U. S. military ..

tlth nation's minim of atomic "Naturally they want citrus on, officers may give the Greek
ore*. as well as 'IU share of theorMa Yankee last nlcht chalked up store shelves. Army tactical instructions m

atomto production and their 17th straight victory-two The freeze of last Feb. set the
their fight to repel guerrtta fow..
power, faetrHie*. short *f the American League bloom back several weeks and undoubtedly -I c4fr,4 B invading northern Greece. '
record standing for 40
J.an- will the
H oii.t Delegate Oromyko reJrtd delay opening '
by defeating the Cleveland In Secretary of the! Navy Fonal'
outright the U. S.-backed diana S U X. Detail en Page I. of many canneries this Fall and. also denied there are Immediate

proposal giving the projected - Winter.
--- plans to send U.-
..rid atomic agency rorapleU to win the world middle- Meanwhile a checkup bowed 5.warshlpstoGreek t

control of alOIDie material ...championship from Tony that there were 7,610,000 cases ports although -

tot to ottered the new Idea with I Zale on a technical knockout at less juice canned this year than fleet units !. -

a hopeful prediction that 1t may I 2:10: of the sixth round In their last with low ,retail prices. attracting carrying out nor ,

dvaAtf us toward atreement" on return bout before 1I. 48 fans In the greatest consumption ':mal cruising anc; ,

atomic control. I Chicago Stadium. on record--6 million cases training plans in

H. said the quota system would Graziano's gameness was questioned . a month since Jan. 1. // tEaA the Mediterranean '
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... ta last ,
petted out a "special sep.srtt. by many experts September An acute shortage of all typesof I may visit
"'atrauppttllM'nUnc the j when knocked
37 Rocky -
Greece later this
juice in early Sept.is in prospect :
two other treaUea demanded by I out at 1:43: of the sixth round .
If the present rate of consumption iSununeI
ftuul* to III require. Immediate' of his first bout with Zale. Marshall ,4
continues. revealed -
of aU atomic bomb But last night the shaggy-hair 4 I
tiestructleji I 'Orange Juice prices 'yesterday ( ', that the lorretta!
and 121 establish a world control ed awkward and muscular Italian
U. S. Is to sell
ran from $1.05 to. $1.10 for No. S preparing Turkey
ecotroll absorbed terrific for :LIL I
to Inspect and a battering
merchant vessels the fIrM
2s and from $2.40 to $2.50 for 4.4 110 as
atomic operations.He j the first four rounds unto. with
I 46 ounce. In shortest supply, the major step toward carrying sharply availed. proposals I blood streaming from his left brow orange juice demand was strongest. I the $100 million Turkish aM program -

!. |,lr. the w.rld. authoritywftrMlB and with his right eye almost voted by CO arN&. -

.f aO at...... raw materUto I closed-he began to catch up with BlEnd prices are coming to life .J
I' with No. 25 bringing from 90 to 95 He said he had asked the O. S.
onto snln.4 tram the I the hero of last year in the fifth cents and 46 ounce from $2 to Maritime Commission to approve .

.. .. and he advised mentors round. $2.15.
a f tIM UX .t..... enernr eompjttaiMi I I It was such a magnificent brawlthat : J ,I Grapefruit juice demand is 1m- sale of the vessels U bolster
Oraziano came close to being and No.a: from Turkey's out-moded trans
proving prices run
U this Idea
a loser over a technical knockout I to '70 cents while 46 ounce lotsI j I portatlon system.Sale .
Omnyko softened the attack by I ., .the newMUnicipal chomp! I 165 from $1.60 to $1.65. .
Ie-Dtlna" on Page I. CoL. X] '- i of six medium-sue c.....o* J
i emphasising that Russia was passenger ships would be .

r .rater,......to" to hav of-some protect, a full. all Und and nations.of thoroughtiscuIo quota I,. Truman Urges'si s- (Clearwater:: Tax Shifts .Eyed.!Britain to Ac1;:Additional BlocxJ J Bank Donors Seeks. Pianes-,Scatter r -I I[Turkish Turkswould Iud'""Four under:others: aid'terms pay would program'I for of be them.the seM a ...'.. '( -

Other deiegatea& dOM to study ears here and' operating levi cut 50 per cent to . provisions of the nwrehaat .. .
the proposal and exact more details -1 throughout Florida began to prickup I three mills. For Crash VictimsThe sales act of 1944. and 3.1.....

from Oromyko before com- Mississippi.Balk yesterday reports that the This means that 'homesteads More 'U.S.Aid I Central Florida Blood Bank Greek Rebels has asked the Maritime
I i Clearwater City Commission has I previously assessed at $3000 will sion for "favorable action ,
yesterday issued
an urgent appealfor
menuftr found a way to overcome depletionof I pay a tax of $3: a $3,500 home- I ForresUl explained that present .
*>MB. spoke at a ctoedmeeting I,I WASHINGTON [ A P ] A revenue through homestead ex- J stead. $6: one of 4500. $12: and LONDON [AP] Authoritative ' blood resulting donors to from meet the the emergency plane- lr I L S. CHAKALES I II Navy orders formulated last

.f the tody's 11-member. quick start on a 10-year emption. one of $5,000. $15 Without the crash at Melbourne I ATHENS [AP] Supported Winter for Mediterranean train
t program Officials long have doubling of valuations. none of i informants said yesterday Sunday. and cruises
complainedthat by planes heavy big might be changed
p'IMkal emtlUe. dealing nly to check floods in the I F. Burton Smith. president said gun-I
Increased population means these would have paid anything | that hard pressed I II fire the Greek later to Include caBs at Grftkports.
vita lbs ....tiii. 4 f .ranl.m enUre Mississippi basin and additional municipal 1 for operations of the city. several persons injured in the Army .
expense ( Britain will ask, Americans crash were in urgent need of blood ed a full-scale attack late -
and Ihortum mloes and hew they
put the mighty waters to productive without adequate tax returns I 'Personal property assessmentsand and that the blood bank Marshall pointed out that he
.h...l4 .. ...t...,)... uses was urged yesterday when State law prohibits taxes initiates were not changed. to shoulder an additional an-I was not yesterday on approximately i presumed military members of Mlt
in to send blood to
I 1 by Pres. Truman In a special message for other than debt service pur- j It was estimated that doubling nual burden of $250 million to' more 2.500 guerrillas in the hills northof I American Aid Mission to Greet
Melbourne without
Oromyko said later, however.that . to Congress. poses of a home occupied by the 1 of Clearwater assessments will I $350 million In the occupation II j stock reserved for endangeringits local needs. loannina, near the Albanian I would give assistance-on a....
his quota proposal Involved I He asked $250 million to get'the owner. ; make $33,469,450 available for operating I costs of the economically fused j The blood bank is located at ; frontier military sources r ported'i instructional baste-to the
*. general principle" extending to i work started. j Politicians have said home- levies and $41,379.700' for British-American zones of Ger- j,Orange Memorial Hospital. Three hundred on how to wage antl-guen ....
I 1 stead exemption will be debt levies. many. reported wiped out in one en- '
$0 atomic facilities-nuclear fuel. Citing the long history of mid- never I I
Informants said the U. S. Gov- fare.Marshall
repealed. Other which Clearwater gagement. The main guerrillaforce
west flood tragedies Chief i steps also asked rmgrsn tpt"
nuclear reactors and all atomic I Executive declared that Woo control I What Clearwater has done for turned to meet financial problemswere eminent will be told that this : New York City Rents i was believed withdrawing open the doors to at I let 1MJM .

production pt.nt.l-al well as to .Is a problem -desperate. the current fiscal year is this: ; a 25 per cent increase In Water country. Its resources I I eastward in an attempt to make I European war refugees wttMa tM

mining and disposition of atomic urgency." I AD 'city real property assess- :I rates and a tax on garbage -' .a"' strained. already cannot I Frozen as of June 30 next 12 months to ni..... "
raw materials.. Ills emphasized that ments are being doubled with the i collections. -'-, 'i:\'i m e ether share : : (See Map, Photo-Page) : that "we are not retreating .be.....
message NEW YORK API Rents of per- ___ "
I | the Atlantic Ocean. aai ttw*
of the $1 billion i
this Congress. which has only : ,
nine days left before IU scheduled : 7 11 7 Get Jail Terms Fines Mountbatten -- j cost on the present manent guests in New York City I a junction with other Leftists I II went on to picture Caiuaaa oval
Lady Pays I hotels, apartment hotels, roomingand
i .
I 50-50 basis fighting in the Grammos mountain as essential to Europeaa ree",
Arrested IS adjournment goal i
700 July
should undertake the huge long- For Congress Contempt Off Worthless Checks the next two lodging houses were frozenat range. and declared the U. S. .la aad .
I __ rs. ,. their June 30 levels yesterday I Military sources said the Army i to see Ruhr coal pre .tiai *.
range task.Several WASHINGTON API] Eleven WASHINGTON [API The +" A highlyip under terms of a bill signed by and strafing planes were in hot creased.
I In Purge Raids members of the joint anti-Fascist $185.05 worth of worthless checks k i
members of the Senate I : 1 a ced Government Mayor William OTJwyer. pursuit.. and that Infantrymen
quickly threw _their support behind I Refugee Committee Including I given by Lady Iris Mountbatten source said I Ift'r Besides freezing rents the new i were eliminating rear-guard forces
BUCHAREST IAPI Purge raids I the President's proposal. I Novelist Howard Fast. were sentenced -, O'Malley 27, were covered by her J.o there was a law also calls for creation of a left behind to cover the withdrawI The WeatherORLANDO

by" Romanian police Indicated last Elsewhere In Washington: to jail terms and fines i attorney Thomas E. Carney yesterday "strong possiblliMorrison three-man temporary city housing I AND VICINITY
I Bight th. leftist Government I A bill authorizing but not ap- II yesterday on conviction for contempt 1 and all charges against ty" Britain will 1 rent commission to administer its The guerrillas were part of a I Partly cloudy today tomorrow
be blow I propriating $100 million to provide of Congress. Five other the cousin of King George VI are be compelled to cut her U. S. Imports provisions.It provides for penaltiesof I I force which the Government i scattered afternoon 11HHt4.. '
might pt'f'p&rtnaduth technical services and loans for members of the group describedby I expected to be dropped. In December because dollar a $500 fine or 90 days jail sentence said invaded Greece from Alba- j I showers. _
to Its principal opposition as arrests -I 1 the FBI as a Communist-front exhaustion. for violations.QuickActing I
nia and to march
Seeks Missing credits will be near attempted on
of 100 members of the natIonal (Continued.on Page 2. Col. 4] organization received suspended Army I after the decision to delay Con- loannina capital of Epirus anda *

peasant party re reported I sentences. : Secret Research GI cessional consideration ,.of the I Worker strategic city of 20,000 near Cracker Jim Sez:

unofficially. Alabama Newsprint Marshall Plan until Spring. i the Albanian frontier.
there Is sisore
WASHINGTON IUP1 The-Anny That waain moon
Exact' number of peasant party DestroyerFreighterCollision and Britain decided to continue her Makes Aerial Rescue Napoleon Zervas. minister of
be I I Plant Set I confirmed the disappearance showinsignsofaaltstrsakswt'yougltaglimpaeofeuM 1
members arrested could not Building Import program. he explained. assuming : public order said statements made -
possible murder of Harvey Whit- DETROIT f API A quick thinking -
determined but the action. which BIRMINGHAM. Ala. UP] Kim- Kills Five acre, Kokomo. Ind., a young corporal there would be no interval workman rescued a comrade 1 by prisoners asserted that two of the mormia.' -
began Monday when 14 national' berly-ClarkCorp.of Neenah. Wis.. HALIFAX. N. C. API The 2,000 attached to the secret research between exhaustion of the U. S. I'Whose leg was cut off by a flying: | eight battalions in the attack were Thau a d.*.d meS -
f' peasant leaders mere arrested allegedly 1- will build and operate a $30 million ton Canadian destroyer Micmae: center at Sandia. N. M.. but loan and effective date of the girder yesterday 50 feet above De I, "foreigners." The invaders Zervas tain st.B that
while trying" toe 'to I pulp and paper mill for the 'docked last night and officers reported it doubted that there were International 1 I Marshall Plan. troit's financial district. As Frank j said were excellently equipped them i'escSs..
nether country. continued newly formed Coosa River News- i, five persons aboard it were spy aspects. i RYan. 48. wavered In agony on the I with heavy machine guns and I fish .ta BOMB* fee
I A Communist newspaper saideppoaUlon print Co.. at Childersburg. it was killed, an undetermined number 'New Ballot Law Seen erJge of a platform. Alfred Finck mortars. : bttta mme thai
t leaders arrested Monday announced yesterday. The plant missing and a least 12 injured in held him with one hand with the fun meew Ike

had planned to escape to I will have an annual capacity of I a collision with the 10,000-ton 'Flying Santa Claus' Killed Assuring Red Triumph other ripped up his own shirt,,. and Police Seek ChicagoanIn _ tint day of Aw
Turkey. 100.000 tons.Company. freighter Yarmouth County 'yes- .I ROCKLAND. Me. I API Capt. t! BUDAPEST [API) A new Hungarian applied a makeshift tourniquet. .4* gust Them Urwst ; *
I II ; terday. William Wincapaw. 62. known as election law. which pro- IFremen eventually rescued the 'Deathtrap' Slaying .k an baas to BOMSM
i I Mackenzie King Wins Bars Workers the Flying Santa Claus because of vides no restrictions on how many man. CHICAGO IAP1 David Coleman. keep on bMfta -

Confidence Test Walkout i Hoover Named to Study Christmastide flights -droppinggift times one person may vote. was 24. operator of a building in which plumb till them dog days to SJBBW
In After
I Lengthy packages to lighthouse keep- presented to a parliamentary committee $31,000Holdup Suspect four children died In a fire last in October. Iffen your the .ktat. of
OTTAWA. Canada (UPI Prime OAFFNEY. 8. C. I UP! Probablythe Governmental Reforms ers. was killed with a passenger. : yesterday. A Hungarianlegal Jan. 16. was shot and critically fellow that likes to bait a took a.
Minister W. L. Mackenzie King nation's- oldest strike. 22 I WASHINGTON IAP1 Speaker, I Robert L. Muckenhirn, 20. yesterday expert said It "will assure Wants $6 in Back Pay wounded yesterday as he sat in a'' land the big uns you bettor f**.

and his Liberal Government survivrd months old. was called off yesterday -. Martin yesterday announced appointment hen his light seaplane dived the victory of the Communist-" AKRON -Ohio lAP] Roy C. car.= Police said they were seeking a trip to them ocean: spots css
a brief crisis In Commons but management of the textile of former Pres. Herbert' into the od'an.I dominated coalition Government. Blackburn 27, Ohio State Univer- James Hickman, 43. the chil- 'i. August. Them rains ha de
yesterday by winning a vote of mill Involved announced the I for ....
Hoover MJ a special: commission 10 II i sity pVemedical student charged drens father for questioning. plum near petered-out! a .
ronftdenr 14 to 54. Mackenzie strikers can't just come back today study the Government's executive He claimed the building was a I *
NOT GOOD1 with the $31.000 holdup of a B. F. I
King had threatened to resign If and ret their jobs. The company branch with a view to reorganizing ; 'OUR CHANCES ARE here June "deathtrap." I VODAY-S VIOt
defeated on an opposition motion i wrote all strikers May 24. they I it. Other appointees named I II Goodrich Co. paymaster Dnt_. MCH VM*.. Ms tt &tI
24. yesterday visited the company'soffices sad 7 14 p m ; 14w U M fc.. ... :
confidence of his
of reful no to increase benefits to disabled by could June return.3 would but failure mean to Intentionto return I, Rep.were Clarence James Rowe J. Brown.of Montana and Rep. Solons/ See Only Slight Hope i and requested $6 which he I Negro Admits Killing, prn.ccs.. .._It T'id.s: ...b *II is ...
I claimed is due him in back .... .. .
war veterans. war widows .terminate the connection. pay. Hiding Body in FurnaceNEW 7 24 : Low 12: s me sam ea
Carter Manasco Demo-i ,.
j Blackburn is free under $10000 IMt v.5
depmdenu. IIIW :=dS
and crat. i I YORK IUP1) James-Gib f m.. Lav in4l's
Park Action Now bond on a charge of highway rob- ,
Ton 4ht's Mo-i; Woman Journalist Dies For 'Glades bery. son. 22. Negro elevator operator I' pjnSim fn.: Rfce ,0 M: Sflt* 7 S*. _
42 Children Drowned j ji i ii I r
,',.. NEW YORK (AP)' Mrs. Laura confessed yesterday that he knifed LOCAL TEMPIRATORIS
KACMAMTW WMMfMf )::2a" ,
| S* VM. tMMOZY Comstock Dunlap. 92. one of the i i GENOA lAP] Forty-two chilI I WASHINGTON [API] Sponsors of legislation.to give OVERNIGHT AND a New Jersey advertising clerk. Recorded AirpMtNUxittlttn kr U,8.. w.- MMMunlctptl m $5 .
TIM WMUTM. IJS, s.n. S 14.. I first American woman journalistsand dren drowned yesterday when a Secretary of Interior "unquestionable authority" to expand Harold Keppler 36. Tuesday and I*; .5.irn, SI

,&s taCCMOMV 'rat r.k.t... DWMT IIIa. author of books on journalismand boat In which they were sailing the National Park to 1,400,000 acres said Daytime DeliveryWhen I' stuffed the body into an unlit 2 lam-----.... ---un"- I 2p-a.ip- -. '
t-t*. .- church affairs died yesterday -I underwater fortification Everglades .... _____ .. nhU_ .
struck an -I furnace. Gibson said Keppler ,, 3 '" J.. t
OBJkODI1B. ,..... t JO. 3:>>. J3.VuiTO I and sank near Loano. off the last night they have "only slight hope" for Congressionalaction you order merchandise I made Improper advances and died' .... _____. ... 4p.---u.t

*-. to 0........ 3-3*. 1 IS.J Llgurian Coast. Forty other chUI this year. from Orlando in a subsequent quarreL '! Ian.- : ::::::: ::: I 50 sp:- :::.':: i
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dren on the boat. property of a Peterson (ID.-Fla.l said< stores, specify; quick, safe IT.
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TN...* With n.. PlMtn.M. Summer vacation camp were saved i which delivery by Sentinel-Star French Poles Sign Pact .. __ __
: t "our chances are not goodaction for oppose an amendment I C _ SI I I pa. _.
$3t.55 I S S*. I S*M I*, ....i aM tt ...m... $1.1, .li.I -1oW '7am B17 -. .giit by Coast Guardsmen and fish- Ji I before scheduled adjournmeat I''would' reserve to private property I. Express, the Jack Rabbit PARISTAP France and Poland 10 .... _u______ i. ,e .... _. _
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Dat'S ri. MM** ii. a.*.. 18 I ermen. owners the same oil rights as Line that leaves daily on yesterday signed a four-year economic 1'00a uh____ 5I I........ _
pOPaS.. ... .t ...*....*..... 19 of Congress July 26. He expressed j u
; schedule for 41 Central
the State.
CVWMOPCT '*. .......... *r .... KM.MIABO. . would be reserved.to accord thereby a combination
".. fTMU. DUKA. C.)- I! hope that the House pub i As drafted the bill would perT Florida towns. . Mer- of 15 French construction TEMPEPAYUSS5 ELSSWMCSIMi
; HOLD YOUR L. "IMtlnllla
.....'1r.n8 V e- ......., 20 21 ZZ 23 24 25 26 VETERANS lic lands committee will reportthe nut the State to claim oil royalties chants telephone 6291 for I firms will rebuild' and expand :. 53 m !I ....... a: .. .
IsAtta. : CiTY Ld. .. UM Lk*. I 1 BONDS I legislation next week and thus (one-eighth of produc- Agent to call for mer Poland's hydroelectric system. AsSist.. ate : ft I$ ..... r: 5,. V.Ati. L
> 1" PI..5* --. t 2728293031 I There's no need to cash in I place It In position for a vote I tion) if the Federal Government chandise. \ SIrrnMghsM I" 'III = as '5POSMS ,
r flMIMri In January. permits exploration and oil 11 '50 Sew ow W5MCbaIe 9J'I '
... when Congress reconvenes I ever
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bond a I .
your WATCH for REOPENINGof 80 'III. Mt M':
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cipdsnd 12. 50.1st ;
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.Mrmtr WISE,.. BUI" ..MUM... a .**. for business be A subcommittee now conducting Meanwhile, a proposed bill pro- the newLONGWOOD i lot II I ..... 11)t:4I '
.1'WUTlIft CIOVO QAa U.""litMus .!. M*.I JM Mm T.* *W TV. M JW middle-man money a for a or good I II hearings on the legislation will not hibiting the Secretary of the Interior l ) I I o.a..r 11 sa 54.35* S7 10 52Psiuth 54tDuots :'
*wiirr complete Its interrogations until from purchasing land for $: :: f ULI t!
luvnti n TV* MI* CM- 12 paying job.Dial Tuesday, when Rep. Dirksen [R.I1L1 .-- I the park and permitting former puo 1" SI Its aSImM 1. !
,iI.fl.A5D-' POUt--- T.... PALo 4161 has asked to be heard. I II owners to reserve all oil rights l ec.n .E'XP-1I'E LONGWOOD FLA. KsOus CUr Si ii 5 PraIICbd. TI
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tazzo :- Airliner Record Set

Fuel Cost Rise U.S. Maps Peace for Japan I T Truman) UrgesMississippi YUGOSLAV r I Ii I.I i Lines MIAMI Constellation(lAP I An left Eastern:for Ch i Ah ago -

at 2U: pjn. yesterday aCcr(!
I I ) T\ 81fII:1: : .I.IIIRs .II.II I setting an official ChlcMO-Mianu
WASHINGTON [UP The U. the Germany treaty. ; I record on the southbound flight
Seen in Offing yesterday proposed scrapping The U. S. proposal answered the I Balk The big plane with 57 personson
Four Council of Foreign 5'1 long-standing complaint of little I lA Kilkts = board flew 1.280 mile here
Big from Chicago in :3 hours. 45 min
: nations about big" power 'dictation" -I I
peacemaking machinery
I utes and 33 seconds netting a new
# WASHINGTON fUPJ The soft on the peace treaties. Continued from 1
[ Pace ]
I the Far East and called for an 11- The Soviet Union during preliminary ._4 SalonikPremet official record and bettering theprevious
real. industry last night rejected nation preliminary "peace conference -
unofficial record time
soundings in Moscow work aimed at cleaning -
'Pro Truman's appeal to hold off In San Francisco or here ; up polluted Mf.Grammos 20 minutes.
t'tK* increases to cover costs of Aug. 19 to draft the Japanese' prior to issuance of the American streams was approved by the %' . _
the new vase contract with John I treaty. ; Invitation last, Friday indicated .Senate and sent to the House. I
Ik, newts United Mine Workers. I The draft subsequently would be I opposition to the new I KONITSAi
I ing procedure. Leon Henderson former OPA
submitted to full-dress tZ
a peace peace-mak-I
I Ii
Te dechton.' Federal econam conference of all nations which Informed diplomats chief said the nation is headedfor i c = -+
bit Mid. make certain hither State Marshall took a
i> were at war with Japan it was ; a price collapse unless consumer IOANNINA -
priers fee home heating fuel risk" in issuing the invitation i is larisa
buying raised.
j suggested.This power
lint \\'Inter, and for many eonBurner I I without prior Soviet approval and Sen. Taft [R-O.] said it wasn'tso. Philiates sk ur S _
sd In which fuel costs i would completely bypass hardly could be expected to back j s Kalpaki -- -.Volos
: are Important.i :, the Big Four and the veto which I down if the Soviets try to block the I CORFU trtt> ,
i has deadlocked negotiations on ;conference. Owner with his family of some
Speaking for the Industry the I 48,000 acres of land in the pathof .
National Coal Assn. told Mr. Tru- ; f fi i proposed expansion of Ever GREECE J 4T/O AHAVAWA tt
.man In letter that he had made I glades National Park. D. A. Mc-
Round TableI
3Ms appeal on incomplete InTormauen Governors Okay Dougal told a House subcommittee N
: i private individuals should be A rinion EVVOlA
I j Solf and hard coal companies i Civic allowed to retain oil rights to land Et KAS 9r
(have boosted prices 75 cent to iI: Groups taken over by the Government.A .
,$.:$ a ton. Steel companies have I Relief bill introduced by Sen. Pep-
j{not announced price boosts but Program Fete Guernsey ; per [D-Fla.l. to transfer farm labor -
rims 8 Olds V& Steel Corp.. j camps to semi-public institu- JACKSONVILLENew
board chairman, said some wouldhate I I ItS a
.| to be made.WATCH SALT LAKE CITY UPI Gov- J - ; of farmers was approved by the
I Twenty-two
of 44 States and three t
-- -- errors
civic organizations all members I Senate Agriculture Committee oI SO !' g et.v.ryf W.g wh.n you ft y Norton*li
territories last night called for an I, of the Civic Round Table, met'i Legislation continuing consumer -I i STATUTE MILES .i speed comfort convenience, courteous
FOR US credit controls until Dec. 31, Cofinttt
American foreign policy that : with the Jacksonville Rotary Club i 43 service.All recognized air travel cord
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to honor S. Kendrick
"( political considerations" and presents -: Guernsey formerly of Orlando was passed by the Senate Ii I accepted.Se. your travel agent or cal
I the United States to the recently elected president of Rotary I and sent to the House. t WHERE GREEK TROOPS BATTLE LEFTIST said to have been driven back to the Albanian 8828

1 world"as 'a "country that seeks International. | Rep. Kefauver (D-Tenn.] told 'I GUERRilLAS: Greek government forces, i\ border [arrow). West of loannina, at the village -- -
I peace. titled i i iI In the almost 1.000 guests were' the House that Congress is'"making I fighting Leftist guerrillas along the Albanian I 'Of Kalpaki {arrow], opposing forces skir-I : ,
While the resolution was > dd
-),{arshall.It did not included members of Rotary Clubs itself ridiculous" by border, have been reinforced at loannina, and mished Monday night. Guerrillas were reported -
6i'J ; specifically''I from all over Florida and several i curbing monopoly in labor but
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mention the Secretary Georgia cities. The Orlando Club. I not in big business. :I are reported closing the jaws of a pincer on I holding strategic heights there. Gen.
j : plan and was couched In general I which Guernsey helped organize !I' :i guerrillas moving ddwn Voisi River Valley to- i j I Napoleon Zervas [right], Greek minister of ItJ s
phrases. Many however. :, Government buying of to
governors eggs
''I interpreted it as an endorsement : and served as president was pres- I support producer prices will be i ward loannina from Konitsa. Earlier, bands public order, is said to be leading government
of Marshall's plan. !' ent In large numbers. i I i,,discontinued after July 22, the I of guerrillas had attacked Konitsa, but were I' forces. [See Story on Page One].
i Honored with Guernsey was {1 Agriculture Department a n-
I ; Among those voicing his wife. Mrs. Edythe Guern-j nounced. f .
k 1 I approval Thomas E.of Dewey the of plan New York were sey, and daughter, Edythe Jr. j j I'i Sen. I\es [Rep. N.Y.] denied al-
,legations of a witness who said
f and Earl Warren of California, Several speakers paid tribute J! i' I
frt I i Ives had political motives in pushing .
both potential Republican Presidential to Guernsey, attesting high regardin '
I a bill to forbid discrimination
candidates. j which he is held, not only in t!
In employment because of race,}
circles, but in the State ,
I' Rotary as
t Host Gov. Herbert B. Maw of : creed or national origin. i
Utah explained that the basic i a whole.In I 1! Expenditure of $100.000 for Congressional I f
foreign policy resolution did not j responding Guernsey said he investigation of the
j mention the Marshall plan by j ji I II would attempt to discharge the ;I State Department's "Voice of
t i name because the governors did responsibility which had been ; America" broadcasts to foreign ;
not know exactly just what the I, placed upon him in heading sucha 1! nations, and its information pro- j
plan is.The world-wide organization and : grams, was proposed by the I Senate (
f 1 conference also adopted a' promised to take'to the four cor- Foreign ,Relations Committee. SEAR$
ners of the world the warmth ofFlorida's
I 1"T' resolution endorsing universal I| An emergency bill intended to
If military training and asked Con- hospitality. provide delayed pay checks for
I gress to grant Statehood to Hawaii "I will attempt to be your thousands of>> Government work-
and Alaska. ambassador of good will" i|
f ers pending final action on nine ROEBUCK AND CO./
Guernsey told the audience. I departmental appropriation bills
II Vitamin The Jacksonville Civic Round was passed by the Senate. i
Table presented Guernsey with a the administration might be
plaque thanking him "for the rare able to decide in a few months
distinction 'and honor he has whether to push its own income I
brought to his home city. tax cut plan. Secretary of the i
I WWPITWWTOK&UvWiHI Treasury John W. Snyder said. t

S/ege/'s/ / Girl Friend The Senate approved legislation 1
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ILl France ItfP Sultry Virginia I vendors from provisions of SocIal .
Hill, girl friend of gang- Security, holding them to be
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Bugsyl Siegel.said yesterday that unanimously approved by the \
I she acidently took an overdose of House. I
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1 I Vlrgina. chatting gaily and sipping j ficatlon bill tomorrow. 'I .
Cognac at the edge of a i Secretary of State Marshall bled
swimming pool at plush Hotel La to argue Congress into acting at \ ,
I F H THREEFEATHERS Reserve at nearby Beaulieu. said. this session on President Truman's
I i i i however that her worries weren't appeal to admit 400,000 Europeanwar _
about the Los Angeles gunmen refugees.
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Tm hiding from sorrow not to die in the Senate, cleared the
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N, c TAP1 The : was from Sen. Carl Hatch: [ID- I to sell tickets to white ptf'MUonl f With that goodnewsMotherta'tdelajr

b AhMkw:' mown Kiwatus:u';: p oteuderided Club, spurred' yea-on N.M who declared: he would denounce -: ,.. THE CHINA MART r APPLIANCE CENTER : :t
tordav to proi'tdn m, 3.200 Cadillac I the Ahoskie Club In the' The newspaper PM of New York 441-443 N. Orange ATP.Favofftfchr r I
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trteran who held the lucky num. i Armstrong termed the whole public subscriptions to buy the I I f This / I Modern Household Appliances I
bet in Incident ".n unfortunate affair"! Negro veteran a Cadillac. A simi- pRa '
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| l ITS:>> that Negroes'I but added that Ahoskie members lar movement along some North Nufrlf/ousf/ I SU&? I
were men of "the highest integrity I
"were not eligible Carolina newspapers was rEported
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after a call from Rupert Massey Ahoskie president In Boston. James Ca e. East D el'nal 1
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_T Frank Andary Hired To Promote Citrus Concentrates ''

. .. -= T : : : Thursday, .uty 17, 1947
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I R. W. Ervin Reveals Man Admits
Candidacy | Fish Plague
Prices ReportedOn z. i ,

: Plans Mapped Killing Dogi'For
For State Attorney General j ,

Increaser : I PLANT CITY API A mass (Seeol to Orlon.'io' "C'1"1g Sent nell!' I|( Spreads North Barking'

meeting: of ISO citrus grove owners PALATKA W. [Dick] Ervin, attorney for the !
vegetable producers.and, State Road Department and former Assistant Attorney !iI I SARASOTA (AP] Dead and decaying JACKSONVILLE I UP! BtIr

JACK cutNtrrr of Eastern Hillsborough'cattlemen General, said here yesterday that he plans to run for' fish littered Sarasota Richardson. ?$. ye.tforday ......
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'. ... O. S.*H C inx.: Je-1 r'A Called" Attorney General, and will announce his candidacy for- County beaches yesterday "the guilty to slitting the throat ef a
County yesterday plague
LAKELAND There were two on State j molly shortly after Jan. 1. *". result of a mysterious e d bull terrier the pet of a !>....
and Federal
agricultural agencies' which has
fcetf, M spots oo the) hortton for theO i At that time he will resign from northward from Ft. erearea.. bor's child because the dog tor***
to lend advice
and financial
...... ettnis proreuinc Industry aid the road department to wage an City employes are busy scooping; too muds.
o .i | In controlling a I' active sea ,
&uC Btfb- pou which may mean grasshopper campaign. S up the odorous massaand police Court Jude merles >r.
plague which descended this I' wall in front of Sarasota -
on Pledging himself to work harmoniously ler. who termed tfce tf
for and
m4n lalaty rrom can innumerable -
area a week is dotted with
ago. t with Bay the moat brutal ever brought ft.
0 all officials to
.... ta both single strength and The group named 'a 30-member advance every interest of the bodies of fish. The plague. my attention" sentenced Rlrh 4.

Mtmtrated lutcM.TM I committee headed by George A. !i, State, he said he seems to be moving steadily to a $100 fin M serve M
would pay
INTRODUCTION TO MIKE Arthur !! render son
: Godfrey left of.the famed
to how the new dmlopwte Carey Plant City citrus grower I I non-political opinions designedto northward aided by prevail days on the City Prune Farm.
tucked tip CBS talent show in New York, humorously introduces Dick to co-ordinate their fight against carry out the true intent of winds. It was first Rkker s.a .eMtih.d .Ise lest

I. The Florida Citrus Commis Aiken, Sanford tenor, to the CBS mike just before he appearedon j i the infestation. II the law. days ago near the Southern far County north- I I the IHtle dc with his **** a4
nisei according to General WIT line and now is as
the air to come out winner over the five contestants picked ;: The committee promptly passed I ;: then kMM H Hfc iris P.wlmebeete
Retort C Iran hat employed j resolutions asking the: state Plant He also promised to set up In as Longboat Key. |, .e the cMc' bsebeag ..pt
male Aadarr. oraerly with the : among 400 talented persons from over the nation. "j Board, to begin Immediately a his office if elected a local units Several truck loads removed j j on ny aeries"

VftOA. lo hand! sales promotion & !survey to locate the principal legal division co-operating fully ge yesterday were Lido : -I would do the aame thtog t* t
.. epees nu.tn-worktnc breeding place of the with local officials and law-en- Sarasota's Gulf recreation '
; Beach.
? grasshop- man if he uplift my nervea rte
anrwtpaa: eo achool lunch pro- Called Deal i I pers and of the infested areas and forcement officers without attempting spot. City Mgr. Ross Win- that." Richardson toM the
"i, 3m tndtcatiane Singing Tough I requesting the U.s. Department of to usurp authority or to don has made a request for an ,; Judge Miller sale Rt
that an over the j Agriculture to make a similar siirj t dictate in local matters. investigation by the S f a t ehealth' age prevented' pawn a

es1Mn there la a strengthening j I vey submit the recommendationon I I Ervin born Dept. and State Fish sentence on him.Richardson .
was at Caxrabellet
of t.. to lour cent a can on we lf MAYME HODGKIN 4147.000 from the .
applicants New and Game authorities.Most
..... of mmt canned eitrutwHI %. the best way to control the Jan. 26. 1905. He was educatedin uaabfe te pay Ia.t
pnee I SsC '
-e > broker and dealer -e-r York vicinity alone. ;!i grasshoppers and grant financial public schools of Station a of the fish are small of line, yesterday .bea eervtef M
8ANFORD u a t because atinier 'assistance in the control program Leon and DeSoto whiting and grunt days.
teeny foUowtnc up this better lie Is most profuse in his j Counties and the Spanish

pew with tnoulrte for new stocks. around doea in a not risible carry, cumbersome his voice, i:i praise and appreciation of the II. S. McCIanahan grove inspector !I graduated from the University variety, with a few eel and larger

1fce employment of Andary re- leather-bound case. It does not reception and daily contact with for the State Plant I i of Florida Law College In 1938. i. fish.Plankton has been mentionedas Rent Rotes Kept Dawn
ttunon the growing importance Board said his would begin After practicing law in Pinellas
that U men -
mean his an easy road to
errryone on the show staff. j but there has Polk Landlords
of taw estrus concentrate In the the top. a survey of the infested area ; and Lee Counties he moved to R. W. possible cause By _
They are simply treat people. II I ERVIN authoritative statementon
.,Beal ofepflMl ft' the increasing71X11 Palatka in and been no ". ...
Dick Alken. anford produce deeply sympathetic and in today. | 1930. this city is -*- ? : .ct
every . seeks State the situation.
ft'II&, Hi* headquarter still his legal residence. He first post. LAKEL'ND---LPM than
merchant and tenor f merit way helpful" he declared. < a dmaM
I have
So far the grasshoppers have ; Beach residents com-
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I wtf be .ta Washington but he wW jmt returned from his Xf'W'ork served the Road Department 1935- Polk County landlords have Increased
mke fonUets with school lunch There were interviews regarding been reported in only a relatively 43 his i plained of the decaying fish caus-
triumph en the Arthur Godfrey I present employment their rent since the des
I .ffktuto ta aH ef the State of the my background by Jack Carl small area but the committee in ing gas irritating to the lungs and
chew MM that It is "a touch began 1945. His service as Eustis Youth sustained law permitting urh aches te k
; throat and causing
'termed the situation "acute and ,
ner. producer until those folks'
deal to ; assistant
manage. : attorney general was i effect July 1. Area Our E Crtat
Though unaoie to complete hisaadgnments know'more about me and my family j 1 highly dangerous increasing in from Aug. 1, 1943 to Jan. 1. 1945. coughing here.
The *!. *r aeven eltra enrmtral reported
than I know myself he said. ,magnitude and
because of a cold he Flays Drinking II attrttouted the snail -.
plant In the ftlato : Cries
said yesterday. "1 have been told Then came auditions and re- The committee said It believed : Florida Issues 295
Ie.eword upwards .f l.7>e.et hearsals. '' FLORIDA NEWS BRIEFS I bee to his _net that teaflotl'are
dustinz by airplanes would
fn... .! IK* ..... rt I* 'M by have BUI received McBride of much WDBO favorablecomment that I However the blow came when i most effective control measure be the Of CocktailsTALLAHASSEE Teaching Certificates UH tanatniac with ...

I.4IT sews. altbwib final Aiken took a hot shower had 'i tenants over the .Intrtatudyinc .. err
in the New York officeof a and Federal aid would be neededfor Councilmen I TALLAHASSEE (API Certificates -
fltwe are set all In. CBS. and I have hopes of being shampoo and went to Radio Music ., l this task.'Construction. Deny (UP) Too much to teach in Florida schools th aosewtat-ontg eLL
He ........ tlr
Of this the school ranch pro. affiliated with the CBS staff this Hall. He sat three hours and i License cocktail drinking at the confer- were issued last month to 295 men ted law. $ 111N
came out with a cold in his chest Appeals )tease will .be ats...lued to 1M
gram took around 100.000 gallon Fall. ( ences is what's wrong with the ,; :and women-92 of them from outofState -
and ttte BrttUh food mission got Dick spent two weeks In New from which he has not yet recovered Begun world today. 16-year-old Paul ' applicants-School Supt. N.PIorida Hotel offiee odltt
bit York to four I}I Of Cab Drivers Givens of Millard Colin said landlords have Mr Uaw t. ....
anxfaer chunk the latter buyIn sing exactly times i Eustis wrote Gov. i English yesterday. -
prtMlpaBy DOt entirety from over the radio to an estimated to. !'I the Though he was able to sing on 'j! For Youth. Camp city councilmen have I I Caldwell Yfsterday. j College J graduate certificates the law and confer-with--.MM-.
paa Packing Co. at Dad. City.One tat listening audience of 50 mil Godfrey show with sufficient OCALA Young Givens penned the, letter were issued to-192
applicants un-
:lSpe) ial to Orcndo! Mem Sentinel! CTubDAYTON
> "hard
voice : boiled"
to zip the hand of the ap- ; ng a policyin Your / TollileyBf0
of Andary'a lob will be to lion. Between those four appearances 'I i in hopes of having Caldwell jack !j *dergraduate certificates to 12 and ,
plause meter over until it could LEESBURG-Construction has i an effort to afford maximum
tee If new outlet can be obtainedfar however were packed many 'I 'up the legislators. He said it had j; temporary certificates to 91. ; aL* : .....11 N asll.la ere
hours of go no further he was forced to 1 begun-here on the new $250.000 ]protection for Ocala taxicab pa- 1'-15 .
tke 1M4T park on hand In Interviews checking rehearsing been explained to him in church
give the other youth for the Florida Meth-I . APOI'IU81'7 a. ....... .....
up opportunities 3 camp trons. Three former cab driv-
and I '
the anxiety.He that
Male abort which | beer .
that will .' and wine could not be Loon,. 7.e
r be required ta supply regular customers received his fint step on the for tryouts' at the Paramount dist; Conference. (era I i who had been denied a license "run out" of the counties, because (Gen. Lacey AssumesAir I I ABAC* frees .... ... S
until the new pack come way to the accomplishment. of his Theater. Copacabana and RKO The camp will be located on :renewal in a recent cleanup investigation 'of the Legislature. . n4r IM. Tee p. ;
School Command
tn. A* of tight now. it II doubC.ehi desired goal aa the winner out. of theaters for one week each. :; 1 Picciola Island on Lake Griffin. brought on by a fatal I DKLJUID H/ll-' SMOnL' Vf.rrMMVTW p a :..ps INN ason. 111 ;;
that the excessive holdover will 75 performers of the Orlando Police 1 Dick was much amused that''' 1 1when Plans call for a chapel a large :accident Involving! a taxi were -iSe been told Paul said, I PANAMA CITY [IAPJ Brig. Gen. s oorROw.Tf

emceed 1MJOOO gallon One con Reserve contest Next his he made his first audition i assembly halls dining room for 300 given i Ii |I; a public hearing during regular "that they think they must have 1 Julius K. Lacey assumed commandof oor. .woes elM heels./
I .
IX ISfuasnmn
I reatratr processor said lat night voice waa chosen from 400 others he was assigned to Kate Smith'sprtvate ,i i or more and camp huts that win l'I council meeting and all three their cocktail parties." !''ji I the Air Tactical School at Tyn- ta/rlw lr..ua ....
II that the going price for the '$- t. that. had come In on the Arthur dressing room in the CBS ;'I I; i accommodate 10 persons and one ,appeals were denied. . Two of I "They are ruining the youth for'1'dall Field yesterday. eaa Letfon HB S.i
Crew brU concentrate wa around Godfrey CBS show from ail over theater. There was a huge chaise supervisor each. The buildings will '!:
1321 a taller FOB Florida. the country. And Incidentally lounge in there and I declare I \: 1 be made of concrete blocks. l i;showing they had been convicted I| Caldwell was out of town but hisexecutive ;Smith who goes to an assignment MOUNT P DOHA a taw! C**. a.munity ..
During the Alken aald. there are on file at the believe that Kate and I each fitted Camping facilities for 250 persons ,of drunkenness in past years I' secretary. Ed Straughn. '' :in Germany. BI_ l' U p a
put seven .
pars _, ..
Andary work with the USDA basIN studio In New York for this show it about the same" he said. I will be available at the camp. I"while I the third had a record showing i answered the note. He told Givenj. ; A native of Knoxville, Tenn.. .iKBitntatr Coffee .a.aMr. U)8.ell a P.

Included purchasing of million which will be used throughout the I!i i two convictions on reckless I "You are entitled to your views ; 'Gen. Lacey formerly was chief of '1 TAVARES Ki.*aiP C'I" W_.Ncai.
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ef dollar worth of citrus unity and studied at Notre Dame. Fred Snite Enters Summer by Florida Methodists. I driving charges. and opinions. And I know you and staff of the 15th Air Force at WINTER on' 19 HAVKMHottU 11! r Swan ers5. Pee
concentrate. atngle ttrength elf He U married and has four sons. The project is being financed by * i iirpAMPA your friends. as you go throughthe Colorado Springs. Colo. 12 JO P aBABYSTROLLERS
rM fcife. dried fruits and hop' Citrus Juice processors said last'I1IM Bridge 'Tournament I the Methodist churches of Flor- i;I, carpenters who had re- years will exercise fully your - ---- --- ----- -

tar knd.leaae. the military and[ that each day U bringing 1 Ida. | - mained away from their Jobs I responsibility as citizens of our
Haval' services and the Red Cross. a show of strength on the pan of LSD: ; c:' to Or'::ndo Morr..ng. Sentinel] ,,for two days after refusal of the j i State and nation."

orange juke and that retail out, DAYTONA BEACH The famed Vets Offered Priority majority of general contractors to
rtWe t* Mist lie wa* In ebart.A man of the Iron E I
ef the contract *eeUn .f the let price are going up. now resting tl 1 has sent in J his entry lung.for Fred the Spite State In Apartment Project boost their wages from $1.44 to Volusia Board to Hear
about two four
troll and wetaU* branch *fIke cents onthe ; j 1.75 an hour began to return to I
ill I'ftnA f. several' year average, depending on the type Abridge the tournament slated here at I I j [Spec al to Orlando Morning Senfine' work yesterdayT.. L. Carl; Tax Complaints Today
Sheraton Plaza I
; ( Hotel in November
,01 outlet, above the quotes ota 1 LAKELAND-Veterans will get ton. business for the i' "Walk-O-Ride"-Reg. $9.95
I agent Tampa j ($['-'"JOl l to Or'Crda' More; rg Sent; nsg",
"I At present he is la Florida and I few weeks barkLbtu first chance at the 72 apartment!Carpenters Union said he had in- 'I j! DELANO Voluela Board or
WIN. spend about a week talk : Discussing the merchandising of bridge Snite laurels recently added to his.i houses to be built here in a proj- '' strutted all members to report ]! County Commissioners will con- SPECIAL PRICE' .95 '
with runts commission member., citrus juices Don Butts advertisIng by winning two j I ect I
i costing 600000. Grover "to their jobs by this morning. vene as a Tax Equalization Board S7
events in
concentrates processors and other of the FCC. has said j ; a Wisconsin tournament i Lakeland | THISWEEK
manager 1 and will come here j' ter. real estate man and this morning at 10 a.m. in the i .....
before returning t. Washington that. the chain stores, the voluntary a favorite to head of the building corporation .
win the State crown. j| Flood Waters Force courthouse to hear complaints
to art Up his. headquarter HI la i groups and markets over torte 1 i said yesterday. May

home la la Arlington. Va, andY i country have been doing an outi cago.Players Detroit.are expected Memphis.from New Chi-Or- i I I The huge project, largest apart-)I' Evacuation of Cattle '11947-48 from taxpayers assessments who are believe too high.their JOSEPH BUMBY HARDWARE CO.
a graduate fill the foreginaernce
i standing: job of merchandising of r
leans. '! ment house development in Lake-
school ef Georgetown canned citrus fruit products. Dallas. Atlanta. Jackson. land WEST PALM BEACH [API Because few valuations have i ORLANDO WINTER PARK
I will I'
consist of eight two-
Mississippi New York. St. Louis County Agent M. U. Mounts said ;, been changed during the year, a
and Kansas story jumbo brick garden-type- small
City. yesterday that wholesale evacua-!' "number of complaints are
... buildings. Rents will average tion of cattle from the Everglades !i anticipated John Graham, chairman -
Life about $75 a month and date of I said.Stetson.
ImprisonmentGiven around Lake Okeechobee may be- ,
occupancy will be Jan. I, 1948. :; .
come because of flood
0 Two in Murder Carter said. i, conditions.necessary Law Students i oq/oureGrDe e/

L BARTOW (API I I The principal danger, said I
Willie C. Mat-
I L tox. 23. and Elliott (TImk] Alj i j Police Seek to Form Mounts is foot rot which develops To Hear Dan McCarty ,' You can "BankByMail"at ,

ford, 31, were j when 'cattle remain for long pe- I i iDELAND '
TO THE CUTEST Imprisonment: by sentenced Circuit to Judge life I Traffic Control Plan riods in wet areas. > 51 t" Or'cndo-Dan McCarty.Mcm.ng Sentinel speaker : ] I First National. Save
KIDDIE Don Register yesterday on a sec- I|' TAMPA API Police officers i|! Continued rains have rent the of the House during the last tiresome trips. Close as eC'l
ond degree murder charge: in the !j from seven southwest Florida cities :! water over the Conners Highway session of the Florida Legislature, your nearest mail box.
shooting of Daniel J. Griner In |' took steps here yesterday toward j in several places. The highway Monday night will address Stetson t
I Jan. 1946.Mattox. 'establishing a standard traffic i:; connects West Palm Beach and University law and "
Canal Point.Seamen pre-law students THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT ORLANDO r
was convicted of the control system for their area. i i at 7:30 p.m. in the law col- ,,
EN charge and Alford pleaded guUty. i Their aim is to lower the traffic lege administration building at the Capital and Surplus One MHtioi Doges
1 During the.trial Herman E. toll by enabling motorists to be Warned To Ask Municipal Airport. I itnran FEDERAL DEPOSIT o.OAXQ; CO.r.uI.a ,

II Caldwell a friend of Matrix testified sure of the same regulations signs 0I >
Mattox told him he had and enforcement' in these mUI d- Unemployment Benefits

shot Griner and that Alford assisted palities. j t!I TALLAHASSEE [AP Recon-
him in pouring kerosene St. Petersburg Clearwater.Sara- I version unemployment benefits ,

over the body and setting it afire. i sota. Plant City. Lakeland. Bartow ; should be claimed immediately by -,
and Tampa were represented. Oth-i Jobless seamen who worked on '"
Drivers 1 er cities were invited to send rep- War Shipping Administration vessels
Accident resentatives to a meeting here !' Chmn. Carl B. Smith of the 4'

Cleared of July 30.Diamond. Florida Industrial Commissionsaid
yesterday. #
(AP] A Liberty Coun- Lost I He reported a national benefit I _
ty Coroners Jury reported yester- ;:: Ring program began July 8 to continue _____

day It found no criminal negligence Recovered in GulfTALLAHASSEE until June. 1949 but pointed out
on the part of either driver seamen who have been unem-
= In a July 3 automobile-truck col [API Alex ployed for some time should act
bd lision Strauss reports he lost an 1.800 ,
which took eight lives near promptly because their claiming
here. diamond ring while swimming 200 rights may expire soon.
Conley G. White of Tallahassee yards off-shore near a Gulf Coast i j

one o; the eight who died in the resort. j I Rivets are now available whichcan
accident was driving the crowded He realized the next day It was i be sealed into place bya L
car on a Fourth of July holi missing from his finger. His son. j I small explosive charge in spaces y
day. The gasoline truck was dri- Buddy donned underwater goggles !i too small to permit mechanical'

yen by William Dawkins of Tallahassee hunted eight hours and recovered -.j J riveting devices to reach the other I, .x
NATIONAL CUTEST KIDDIE SEARCH I the valuable jewelry. side of the material. i,

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Budd !i, of Everett her daughter Boyd entertained Kathie Mr at*. C.I Thursday, July 11,- 1941 rlanbrt mnrntng S-rttllnrl Page 5 LUSTER FOAMShampoo

I for dots kills and repels nu sad tNk'
Hostess psr y. assisted by Mrs. Frank Z r.. Fcatterstockuc! Keaiieli enter ef Bu. Jee. M" b
i I Prmble Jr. Mrs. William F, "j(Entrance Quota Hit C. E. MeroVisits BoardTo The Bolls .... sh.w_ Winner at recent Daytoaa dog show It aa
I' JayCee enthusiastic user of Laster ream
[man Jr.. and Mrs J. E. Rolph.'in Club Baby Showi
At Club Sold hjr Leading Dreg, Feed sad Pet stereo
Meet !! Invited' gueata included Ann i I I spe-ml) to Qr'ando Mom ng $enhnellDAYTONA Mother CelebrateAnniversary' BROWEB LABORATORIES. ORL2 DO. FLA.

.... Manly Judy Nash. Donna Frank BEACH Entries
'CW ...
LtTdlliltR0.uim t ti lUd?1 '.w..0) lin. Sandra Smith., Barbara Jean closed yesterday due to a full I. At Sanford Meet Friday 1

.M !sterna la lIWiaWn Budd Smith. Judy Bate. Nancy Miller ', quota of 69 received for the Exchange j .

*.dIutld flbl. CIrdt 'or &Ii 01 alter.the Ann Champion Jo Ann Fechtei. i Club Baby Show today,'I If MAYME HODGKIN TCPP; nl to (Vo..Jo:! Mnn ig Sen'* f0'!! (Spec il to Orlando Mcjming Sentinel' ) II j ;:: .': :
June Martin Linda Gail
lnntt ., aewlag and ronreraationr Kathertne Quint., Clarte McElyea.Smith. ,,0. D. Pinholster. chairman re- I rSoec ol to Orlando Morning' Sent;nel it] KISSIMMEE-Directors of the DAYTONA BEACH Celebrating r i'Y ..
I'tHmt I
.,. U.. H Bartk7 > SANFORD Charles E. Mero.I Junior Chamber of Commerce will .
ib. Leslie Ann raulha r. Mary Lou ported. I their SOth ,wedding anni- 1J q
Mea LiiM .tank. D. 'lent.1'd. Dooley Bterle Irwin Ann Parris.!{I The chow which will be held at former resident here arrived yesterday meet at the Brahman Inn Fridayat I Mr. and Mrs. Max Bolls J "Friends. yr
Mrs A. W. 3:30 to election- Aersary. f
Swa. Jeannette and I8 i p.m. tonight in the pjn. complete
HarbLvm. Tommy BandsheU.1
"tfIL u" rl a. lu. ,. Mra from Ft. Wayne Ind.. to barbecue plans and discuss the entertained Tuesday night '
L. A. Jerry Otrtman Glenn Tyre. David will have as judges personsI ; were I Ii i wonde-
1l .IIM.b. Mare .... visit his mother Mrs. J. W. Mero.at forthcoming referendum at which :
...... 1'- T\anwr and Herkmc Jay Boyd. Jimmy Brae- ,I from out-of-State to be selectedat I Ii i at a family dinner party followed t
W..1n& random from the audience. : her Lake Onora home. Mero Kissimmee citizens will vote on l
don. Johnny O Kelley. SheUyOritfia. I '
M.. J. r MMUowet and i the question of adding two men by a reception.Attending how I
1"U.... dauth Oscar Lane, Lee Evans : anticipates locating in Central j jII : the Bolls I ...'
A..... NuDotr, to the present three-man City were ..1
'N......... .1 Baeontat, Oa. and are and Randy Brown. The uttons II Florida during this trip. He has Commission. Pres. Dan Autrey )in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. .-"s staylooking L 1
n.. 20 in Indiana. 1
years I
I said.Autrey Smith. Tallahassee, Mr.
... hfnMaan. laa. vlslUng The kcrs I Miss Virginia Chapman is at said that official city I Guy '' '
ee Take VacationAt Louis'
Mrs. Arthur Bolls of St. soyoung" Y
Mr .* Mr. David U Newell' and 'Lake Junaluska. N. C. taking aweek's announcement was expected before I I I, "J _
llama .* ....* IhIaunfor home at training at the Methodist AUR 2, stating time and placeof and two grandchildren. William *
"...**. I Make Visit the referendum permitted Kis- and Curtis Smith. Tallahassee.
Jb and *. then Cocoa Youth Caravan Training Center. :
tot 'l The has resided here for
.. 0aa1P Tak.. simmians at the recent State Leg couple
.. m New Itamp I' Mr..and Mrs. J. E. Munger left >
islature session. The referendumvote the last year and a half coming i ito t
>.... i | "
At Sr. Cloud IT MAY WILEY I yesterday for Newark N. J, and was granted following pre- I this city from New York. E 1 "
Ur. and ..... .
Cut Ut'fTt'U andpnrrata [IScene/' Orlando rVem SentmelJ 'will stop to visit their daughter 1
ng sentation to the Legislature and ... ., "
to.. ..... ......;.. _::.L: .. . .
"Iw ned attar vacawqg MOUNT DORA Mr. and Mrs. ( Mrs. R. V. Althouse at Norfolk : '
"" Senate of a petition signed by !'
.hM 'IC. M SrnRdn: MomngT Sern ,, Va. Contractors To Attend HarS RESTORE SPtlNS" FIOWER IUUTT TO f ADf6 lOt
Mr. and i P. F. Dutton and sons. Roy nearly 800 citizens who live here.
U.... Bm< WtfMn of WUacn. W. E. Meeker, CLOUD who-have Mr been and at Mrs.Pearl R. I Ross are vacationing: at Cocoa. I I Because of the'sudden death of The JayCee leader said that the : Special Dinner Meeting I'
Va.Mt. Mrs. Sol Spilkey is in Hender- Mr. A. I. Jessup. father of Mrs. local club had sponsored the five-
I Does the Flower of face and throat skin
.. i 8fcratan! Moor and Harbor. are here on a visit sonviUe. N. C. Orville Barks she and Dr. Barks' man commission idea when the '
fan* hat* reutrned from Daytnna Mra. R. E. Jeffries and ar.'i.siUn children.Jimmy i Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Wolff left left Monday) for Columbia Ga. petition was circulated and that DAYTONA BEACH-W. W. Patrick still win lOU compliments? If not, may we suggest
and Barbara ,
>ttoatfc in Virginia and Tennewee. recently for Brentwood Farms, : the organization would help getout president of Contractors ENDOCKEME. For mot women, this widely approvedface
After vtattiM relative. in On- Flushing. Mich. I the referendum vote in order Assn announced yesterday there
.etna* ONe Mr LMa Wtndr.m. Cleveland Mra. Anna Ohio.Taffat is home from I Mrs. Eugene Simpson is spend- The Sharons that a representative! expressionof will be a special dinner meeting :) cream has helped the skin recapture and retain

**\ Tom and ..*.<**.* Jean, have Mrs. J C Oallatin and daughter ing the Summer in Lexington. Ky. opinion could be registered. at the Osceola Hotel tonight at firmness freshness, smoothness jouthful-looLing
rHilfftH M them hem km I Miss Elizabeth Blair Kramer 7-30: pjn. Thomas P. Coozan: regional -
...,.. lion 4 Venrk wa hrnteia are home from Pennsylvania.Mr and Miss June Fenn are making Make Trip i HEARTBURN +' manager of the National loveliness and charm. ESDOCREME alone contains AtrmOL-
and Mra. P. K. Berry and. ,
.f a\ fa la Afcar" Society TueaTm aon. Henry Berry have returned a motor trip North stopping in Home Builders Assn., will be principal an effective replacement for a certain natural feminine
*./ e..n..,. ptan a rummace Maryland. Boston and New York .. ...... speaker
from North Crolina.Mra. R.l-4 i.l :oar r _awn,tank substance essential) to skin beauty. Absorbed by the Liu.
and then to Canada and down the Other expected to attendare
'** *> .M" M1ti Vincent J, Frank Sloan. Mrs. Oliver Washington WTw.nrrm Momark rid ra um psIntul.ier.t guests
r..fcM Jt Mr WM' r Marknraaan4 Ooombu' and daughter. Patty and St. Lawrence River to the Kra- hilla. *.. numomwmiMl the txmrtbur"emus nutllrpmrrtta : Charles E. Commander president it helps restore normal grow th to ageing cells and tissue.
tutrst-w-tlnc nritteliM kmw..ramMnmatknIWfardldnralt.tkar
MM >e4 rk Lang mer's Camp on Lake Ahmic where By MAYME HODGKIN of the Jacksonville General
aattettng Ivan Dellinger Dayton. Ohio. / BrtltMTtbim. For ten years, EMHKRCMC has brought Lm benefitsto
.. .
they mill remain until September teuttm. Brll-m brtnn cumlurt Assn. and John
Ma. H aesM Ottoman, preaidentfwmh were guests of Dr. and Mra. H. A. fSoec! al to Orlando'Mooing Sen nell' .. Contractors
arr.rreelnb.ttleto..Nedo.hk.o f.e
with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Blair of the thousands to a degree hitherto thought unpoMtMe
tikWBitj tote ba-rtbdar. Shutter SANFORD Judge and Mrs. BELUNS for Acid Indigestion 25* Schaefer, president; Tampa
--- -- I Kramer. James G. Sharon left Tuesdayfor . Assn. through cosmetics. Many report marked results in only I
Mrs. D. D. Roseborough and -
Summer Washington. D. C. to spend 30 da's. $3.50 (plus tax), 30 days'
children are spending the supply.
two weeks with their soninlawand
//I your Home /j for Sole List it with in Tennessee and Prof. Rose- daughter Mr. and Mrs. Sterling IN STOCK
borough is attending a conference
at Tallahassee.The Miss Bolling.Sara Warren Esterby returned Statement( typical of thousands_ reccitd from grsttfulE ,

ALLEN JOHNSONREALTOR choir of the First Baptist Sunday from Arlington.Va. i STERLING ALUMINUM WINDOWS >DOCHtME users) .
Church enjoyed a supper Friday ., where she was the guest of
night in the church dining room. STEEL SASH METAL LATH V
Lt. Comdr. and Mrs. John Wil-
I Miss Delphi Norman. and Miss liams. ALUMINUM AND STAINLESS STEEL MOULDINGS f

"Sped.lid", in Homes" guest Doris of Camp honor were was in Rev.charge Carlos and. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kratzertof I, STEEL LINTELS SCREEN DOORS II
.Tallahassee and their two
1" N. Or..,. Av. Phone 8612 I Purgallis.Bobby:Ooodman singer and Dale violinist.Tucker. daughters are the guests of Mrs. KITCHEN CABINET HARDWARE FACE CREAM
Kratzert's parents Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Tucker and Ralph Jones Beck. Alto Try C.DOCBIMBQeannng
spent the weekend in Clearwater Mr. and Mrs. Karlyle Hous- SCREENS FOR ALL SIZE CASEMENT WINDOWS Cream to h...

ELEVEN YEARS OF PROVEN QUALITY deep-sea Mrs. J fishing.M. Greene and baby son ; holder returned from a vacationat 1 Cosmetics--IVT's Street Floor ten beautifying reMikfc

returned to their home yesterday Daytona Beach Sunday. SOUTHEAST STEEL SALES CO.
I Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Randall will
from the Waterman .
pwC 'spend several weeks in Waynes- ORLANDO. FLORIDA .
w WIIWnul Hospital. I IM W Amelia Are. Downstairs Phase. X 1442 I
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Riley of I ville. N. C.
Riley'a Park are leaving this week
for Michigan. I
Mate aeOLtnwtu '
(.......,'- ft....... Awning and I Khattrr Mr. and Mrs. George Hall and i I .
children have returned home.

FLORIDA APPLIANCE & SUPPLY, INC. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Plunkett are I .'
at New Smyrna Beach.
rr.tMrlv IUi.. '".ol.U... C..| Mrs. Howard Hosford. of Sylvan ,I

'M ORANGE A\T:. niVTFR PARK. FLA. Shores spent several days) '
"nmuUSTr.a PARK ORLANDO this week with Mr. and Mrs. W. M.Kennedy -
Uti IM MM at their home at New ...

-- Smyrna Beach. I
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ASPHALT TILE-Nine Different Colors f Mrs. Hursey .

OrB- and fTt... MM In Gr... "D.-
Takes' Office

... IS ."'u; ab S7* and 3$- rwnnrrv
At Meeting J'I
Soe hl! tg Orlfido Morning SenNusel I
Battleship 'Inlaid a Congoleum a Congowall DAYTONA BEACH-Mrs. R. L. I, / -

Hursey, who was recently elected : 9 '
president of the Newcomers Club. 1 1S
AMERICAN RUG AND LINOLEUM CO. took office Monday at a dessert-I .
bridge and meeting. Mrs. R. C. '
Ml Mart Orangf Art ....... X-24SS Roberts Ridgewood Are. was welcomed -

as a new member. I
Bridge winners were Mrs. Lois .
Love and MjM Grace Allen. Mrs. I
W. H. Stover and Mrs. Roy Jones ;

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lP. r1atuln l jKarninn &rntinrlm I religious faiths, the' Presbyterians invitedR. I THEY WILL DO IT EVERY TIME By Hotlo THE PUBLIC THOUGHT ,

bsb.1 4E *M cy. Now rtv* Dal. rowrfu J. [Bob] Pleus, a Catholic, to tell them rI
t.ett Par. Tktw orwc and Christmas. tor about his faith. "
u: IM C*. IO. .*w. Dwi>y Irmo o pur.. too ) ot S3* I SEPTEMBER' UGNnsl- REE JUIV UGHJULVNOcoro Center '
inttH OrMt A"_ Or...... na. Here is true tolerance which should leadto '" I High/ / Meat Prices in
,...... a. a..dsl.sa aMttar at tk e PMt Office at true understanding. I NO FISH BAD SEPTEMBER. AS NO FISH.FOR FT5HING.TOO HOT.
Or....*. rteHwa. ...e la* Ad at Martk M. MT xMiTE MAM
Orlando should have more of such I N DIAN QUID SAY IT- FISH LA2y NEXT YEAR
,. 6UID" FlayedEditor
s..aaettw.e lie Pat *..*. ma Pa Md. gatherings' among representatives of all f t r U COME $c
wot "--'. ,....... H.rv lautt. E.e.ka o..enee FISH SO a Orlando Morning Sentinel:
.... c.ftMII. G.. M.* M.*CK T UWC.MCI. A... D o- NUi4GW- BITE BOTTOM OUT I wish someone could tell me the .1.

: W lam tat ...... issue f. WAi'''. Cass M... THE MERRY-GO-ROUND BTTEHCOKWnVIOUr or ec T. UGH! reason we are forced to pay sky- L

|.*t H.e..... >*....... I*. N...... C00., StC Taw GAIT... high meat prices right here in .. ...

...*.. tca....... tan ...... Cann M...... Pew $wi. the heart of the cattle country. oq

.. w. I*****, Or C.. ..... t. T. MHO. T.... S..r*. Truman Marshall Split ty e I 11. would also like to know why we
I don't have enough slaughterI
Y*nUt al TM AtsaciaU Prep I houses to process our own beef
flu. Associated PrwM U eselusf\teJ7 enBU4 -
By DREW PEARSON it out of
without having to ship
M tk. MM tar ro-publiestJon ol aU : ,.
.... aiaMick ertaaed to it or aotMm ': WASHINGTON-Pres. Truman and his Secre- I State? Why is it all the stores
.. acei.Aio l sa ton caper and advertise Western beef instead of
tary of State. George Marshall have had their
e also' tile local ew published herein. first
Florida beef? I have asked a thou-
i it AU rtfhU lor reo.lbdleatn of special difference on foreign policy. The issue was Pales
t dj paichw fcojoja are aIM reserved.PAOEf j sand people this same question; ,
I tine and have yet to find a logical an-y" "
THURS. JULY 17, 1947 A short time ago the President was informed ji swer\ Isn't it about time we awake i iI
I that State Department officials were Ignoring his i i I to the fact we are 'paying freight i, |First National ,

(. TODAVS THOUGHT statements regarding a Jewish out of the State on these cattle {| .

aUtUr &ii the. poor that walketh. in his up- homeland to some extent steering d. : and then adding another shipping Ij Named Curator

tifbutts*. than he that if perverse In hi* ways, 4e an opposite 'course from that i II j cost to return our own beef to. us'i Estate 4
Western Style. I Of
thootn he be rich.-Proterbt :1:'. fixed by the President. ', BAC.'Dad' -

Content with. poverty my soul I arm: and Members' of Congress who con- The First National Bank at Orlando ;

virtu, though In rats will keep me warmDnrden. ferred with the new Undersecretary : Reprimanded ] was appointed curator to ;

Robert Lovett and even with "protect and conserve" the suet
srsae-a Marshall himself reported back to 1 For 'Invectiveness'/ of a $22300 estate left by Mia

Some Words of Farm Wisdom the White House that they were r d 1. j Editor, Orlando Morning.sentinel: Alice pending B. Young.further 710 court R action.Amelia St. ;
I should like to make reply to
told the United Stateshad noM : '
? el' 47M/X.r9' A cousin.. Rolla Ornuuo. 72 of
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WORDS OF great: wisdom came policy on Palestine.; The United''' l GEORGE KLOEK, D the "Dad, whose letter you printed Syracuse. N. Y., was\ listed as her
SOME L- I States they were Informed,would / on the front page. only relative The appointment
of the bayous of Louisiana the other I 7 IT 1309 DORCHESTER RD- -- While I agree with the writer
day and Florida would do well to take them are, I have to wait until the General I ... ,r.r, s n.nie, n..oitaita7s arnvt. BROOKLYN, H.Y. a that the driver in question had no was made by Circuit Judge Frank
&:! t' Assembly the United Nations i 1 A. Smith in the absence of County-
abusive language
'heart. reason to use
Victor Hut hins.
to Pearson meets in September to fix policy. to the child riding his tricycle on Judge
}Harry D. Wilson, 78, has been Louisi- Meanwhile. Pres. Truman had : ,
PITCHING HORSESHOES II the public street I cannot agree
ana's commissioner of agriculture since j i I made a strong statement on Palestine stressing; with the invectiveness against the Bold Daytime Bandit

11 1916. He's ready to retire soon and he offers American sympathy for the idea of a Jewish homeland man for reprimanding the child : Recognized Captured ..

some advice to the Washington farm bu- Despite this, a group of Senators calling at : Film I, whose tricycle was a menace to ,
reaucrats. i the State Department informed that the United : Publicity Deplored safe driving. tried
1 It is true that children often William Boethin 35. a daring -
States still ad no Palestine policy. ,
Says he "You hate been spending I : escape the most watchful eye and noon-hour bank holdup yesterday -
As a Truman
result called
in Gen. Marshall. Iy BILLY ROSE skull caved in forget the most diligent advice by shooting knifing and 4
f by of
I a couple Pennsylvania
too much time on production problems, informed him that the U. S. very definitely does bigots about the danger of playing in'i' 'clubbing D H. House, cashier oC

and not enough on marketing." I have a Palestine policy. Statements made by the .: I have a good mind to get myself a Flit gun and who didn't like the idea of Catholics coming to the streets; it is possible that this the Cripple Creek First National

That hits the nail on the head, as far as President of the United States he said constitute go to work\ on the RKO press department. For the America. He says he thinks it's important to fix particular child came from a home seriously Bank but wounded was recognized bank by officer the

t we are concerned. I American foreign policy and are to be,followed' by past couple of weeks. I've been reading their pre- it .so it isn't safe to go around killing people because where he would receive adequate'I and captured a few hours later.

In Louisiana Wilson developed a weekly I the State Department. opening advertisements for the new picture cross- you don't like the church they go to or the i discipline for his negligence of
it is too
advice. But
Sec. Marshall parental
agreed and asked if the Presi-J
Food Palace
market bulletin packed with a list of farm dent would like to have him make a special fire.I amount of sunburn on their skin. often true, in my opinion, that I Candy

goods for sale or swap which circulated' ment to the press on Palestine. Truman state-I think these ads are pretty stale. They employ I first started looking at movies on an open ,. parents let their children have the Department Sold

among 83,000 rural families. This list has was too late for this and the matter was such chewed-over phrases as "It's Sensational! It's lot up in the Bronx something like- 40 years ago. run of the them ranch to so to anywhere speak. i Mrs. owner of the
allowing play :
been instrumental in the transfer of many : There was no personal row and the two men remain -j'' Dynamite! Its Coming!" They make it sound like Crossfire is the first Hollywood picture I re- they choose candy department in the Foot
V millions in farm goods. as good friends as ever. i I cannot'I Palace yesterday announced Its
It Is deplorable that we
Just another cops-and- member seeing\ has had the courage to speak sale to Nathan MagfeL who
In Lake city the other a I I have more and better playgrounds came
a County day i
and-robbers program pic- right out about something that 140 million people here from New York: City The reported -
citrus man checked grocery store shelves 1 Democratic director Gael Sullivan should take ture. In effect they say %V IYIL'dj' k' have been thinking about for a long time-race for the growing citizens of Amer- price was )20r6M: No
a tip from the Army when it to I! II Ica. It is equally deplorable that i
comes charges of
end found that only one was carrying : to the*customer "If you 7 'FAD WiS Too hatred. parents cannot personally supervise i change in personnel to eootem-

Juices packed in Lake County. Looks like ; drunken driving. Sullivan driving from WashIngton : feel ,like killing a coupleof It's one of the few times the film makers have : the play-time of their children -( plated. Mrs. RisUg said.

neglect on the packers' part. t I D. C., to his home in Woonsocket R. I, ', hours watching another demonstrated they read anything except their : at least to the extent of Insuring j Mines Blast British Soldiers
went off the road. A teetotaller Sullivan
Citrus could start sounder I was ell-made\ shoot'emup quarterly financial statements. Crossfire is much safety to their young bo- .
men a
charged with drunken driving claimed he went : got it." RN) ? too important a picture to_ be advertised like a I dies. But it -is most deplorable JERUSALEM I API At least a
merchandising practice at home, help asleep at the wheel. The court compromised with : dozen British. soldiers were
I' : catchpenny pot-boiler On 18.000 sheens it can to see the writings of a man who '
Ill tell how
t their sales immensely and iron out marketing ,$loa fine, plus $100,1)00; ) worth of bad publicity: I you come U'-' do more good than a whole passel of tolerance i i allows his parental love to carry : uounded some sertooaty. in the
kinks that would ba useful and I I I'm mad. I him so far from solid ground that detonation of two road mine Jut
societies with fancy names on the stationery
In contrast I I'I
Brig.-Gen. August W. Kissnerwas I recently saw a pre- he reviles another who night on the outskirts of Jem
I man at i
profitable up North. arrested for drunken driving la Washingtonon view of Crossfire. Around Crossfire Is presented by Dore Senary the 'I I least has enough civic Interest. I II .I salem. One soldier was killed and

And if the marketing service works in April 17, but has not jet been brought to j i[i reel two I realized I'uas new RKO boss. It took a lot of nerve to makeit. I: in his heart to realize that a child I II 'i four others were wounded earner

Louisiana it could work in Flonda. trial. looking at a Hollywood Now that it's made I think it sickmakingthat I of tricycle age has no place on : in three road mine blasts near

If it works in Louisiana it could work Gen. Kissner. however had powerful friends. I[,. picture which had the some Eastern promotion executive hasn't I the public street. G.WS.I I I,,Petah Tikvah.

the nation over. i They included his superior Maj. Gen. Curtis E. guts to be Important.'outof "' got the moxie to advertise it for what it is. I

At any rate a closer study of market- : Le May, Capt. Mark H. Raspberry of the National i!( the land of flapdoodle Even in terms of dollars and cents, I think he'sa Haines CityEditorial I Planning ToBUILD

ing practices is needed for all argicultural I Park Police and Carlton Skinner, public relations I and nymphomania had chump My guess as a showman is that this : on DrivingResponsibility |

commodities and the Departmept of Agriculture I j counsel of the Interior Department. These friendshiPs : finally come a movie which had something to say 'fraidy-cat policy will cost this movie at least a Called Classic j

should be the to do it. partly derived from the fact that Kissner, and wasn't afraid to say it. And it was saying it million domestic at the box office' A smart and I
agency I IHere's had been the flying companion of Sec. of the ; with boxing gloves, not dancing pumps. literate job of pre-selling it would be a cinch to Editor Orlando Morning Sentinel: Call us for estimates

Interior I Crossfire is about a big mean Army sergeant create the kind of talk that fills theaters. Your editorial on the responsibility on complete
I ISOME Krug the latter took his trans- j i I
Some Recommended It of auto drivers is a classic.
Reading t Pacific trip last Summer. II 1! who hates Jew boys and beats one of them-aI And I'd like to see Crossfire play to a lot of EDWARD T. KEENAN BUTANEEquipment

OF THE finest but most cynical ; Following the arrest. Capt. Raspberry and Skinner I veteran-to death. people I think an occasional departure from !I Frostproof. I II :

I accompanied him to the D. C. corporationcounsel's The story is expertly told in terms of murder passion platitudes and popcorn can only make I II .
we have read since the shooting ; melodrama. It would still be an exciting movie if XDnce 1 I
l office and pled that the charges be drop our screens more interesting. a month : Scout Chiefs Plan
stopped came off .the presses the other ped. The corporation counsel however refused._ I it revolved around jewels rather than Jews. think Joe Citizen and hu missus should be able i ORLANDO BUTANE GAS

day. Instead, he ordered a Jury trial for April 18. I It has one scene which I don't think audiences to walk into an American movie theater. without : Swimming Meet I Ii
It if a book called A Last Look Around 1 will forget in, a hurry.. checking their minds at the door. SERVICE, Incorporated \

by Clark Lee, the Richard Harding DavisI { That jury trial has never been held. It was The detective is asked why he's, anxious to When you see Crossfire, I think youll be proudit i An Orange County. District Boy 1033 W. Robinson Ph,<<-un \

I i k e whose sensational I first postponed ,to April 28, then' to May '9. ,: capture the killer of the Jewish boy. Is he Jewish could have been made in this country.If i Scout swimming meet will be held : J

i pieces for newspaperman the Associated Press and the International Meanwhile, the Army very conveniently trans- J i I himself? The cop answers that back in 1848 his you're a right guy, you'll be ashamed it had I in mid-October at the Winter I Ii !
ferred Gen. Kissner to Germany.If ,. great grandfather Irish immigrant had his tot*. i; Garden Municipal Pool it was an-
News Service were bright spotsin nounced, last night at a meeting WATCH FOR US i
a generally: poorly reported war. the General had been an enlisted' man. the i t of Troop 1.000, composed of commissioners -I .

Lee was on Bataan with MacArthur.He story might. have been* *different.* I WESTBROOK PEGLER SAYS sistants.In scout masters and as-

reported Guadalcanal, the Battle of the Final chapter in a paradoxical tragedy took i the cabin of Troop 30. on

Coral Sea and Midway. Then he came home place this week when the body of the late Greek Lake Lorna Doone. round-table

for a rest. Changing from AP to INS, he Ambassador Cimon Diamontopoulos was flown on Chapter 2 on Sullivan Types : discussion was led by Corns Cor-

went to Europe where he reported the | Pre.!.,Truman'. new plane back to Greece. : bin c. Ballentine and Ray Pat- /y" r

.Day events, after watching the affairs Ambassador Diamontopoulos died a few hours I By WESTIROOK' PEGLER Sullivan closed on the conventional "greenbethesodaboveyez" man.

in Sicily and Anzio. after a conference with Sec. of State Byrnes at!I *
NEW YORK-Resuming my discussion of the note. Pine Castle News
Because his the 'Waldorf-Astoria in New York last December. I
beat was the world and he Reports have since circulated that the Ambassadorwas peculiar relationship between one phase of our "Goodbye Frank, and God bless you," he sobbed PINE CASTLE-Alathean Classof
knew the Far East he left I ,
so well Europe' shocked over some of the things his Prime journalism and the underworld of the entertainment after one of the most brutal racketeers of his the Baptist; Sunday School will 4 ..
and was in the Far East for the closing ,
Minister Constantin Tsaldaris, who participated in trades I refer now to a tribute to a departed time in New York. And his adulation continues. hold its July covered dish upper
days of the Japanese war. and business meeting in the xr
the conference said to Byrnes. However here is Ed chief of down to the for the other he
pal written by Sullivan the pundit present only day fell i church annex tomorrow
Lee takes some of our top brass apart. the actual story of what happened. at 7:30I :
He j the New York Daily News in.this realm when he to recalling a brave moment when Marlow slappedthe I
pulls no punches in Healing with the l I' IPm.Miss
State with Premier Tsaldaris had been begging Byrnes was similarly employed by the late New York late Unity Mitchell across the mouth for swear- Gloria Johnson, who has
Britain with the
Department, or :I to five Greece more territory at the expense of !been visiting Mrs. L. H. Brown
Imperialistic Dutch and French ; Graphic in June 1929. ing in the presence of the ladies in the Silver and other relatives here has
I Bulgaria.: This Byrnes refused to do pointing to returned -
His respect for the atom bomb is impressive the territorial mistakes made in the peace treatiesof : At that time, Frank Marlow had been murdered Slipper. : to her home in Cheshire, ,

and altogether he has put manyan the last war. in the traditional way He was a New York gangster This essay reveals not only a prideful intimacywith Conn.Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wallace and

interesting word after another. Finally during the last Tsaldaris-Byrnes conference . and bootlegger of the prohibition many. of the worst gangsters of the prohibition son Robert, are at Daytona Beach

the Greek Premier looked tired, ,,worn and a J era. He had operated prizefight- time but a wistful envy of the toughness for a two-week vacation. i

Britain's Empire Shrinking so nervous that at one point he broke into tears. Wj:. ers including Johnny Wilson fort hoodlums generally :I .The Rev. and Mrs. Paul Hend-

Feeling sorry for him. Byrnes gave some $< a time the middleweight champion. ley and children have. left for a
prac- '
THE EMPIRE ON which the sun didn't tical suggestions on how to present a petition to 1 .4 I slot machines and night clubs in Lately, Sullivan has evinced a strong interestin ; two-week vacation -
1. '-*!:: : back in the good old days, is the Big Four foreign ministers and then turning to ... Frank Sinatra, whose "ptbhc relations" suf- -
'tt notorious of these the Silver have left for Aurora, 111., to visit
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shrinking rapidly. the much healthier looking Ambassador Diamon fered sharply through last Winter's incidents. friends and relatives.
f tv. ..l Slipper In New York which was
Latest battle front is .Egypt, where topoulos. he said: dl the professional cradle of some of Plans had been made to present him in a preten- Mr. and Mrs. C R. Burcher are

British troops have beep garrisoned since 1 ."Get the Ambassador here to prepare the the most distinguished radio tious movie in the role of a saintly priest and there, visiting in Merrimac Wis. a
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gaudette.
1899. papers for you. He. is familiar with the situation artists of the He this ; .xy
t present; day. were some who thought selection slightly in- who have been residing in the -
Now Egypt asks the United Nations toget and can save you a lot of time and work.** A a had owned a few race horses, raced appropriate. He had been hired moreover to sing; : Cat Meloon house on the Match tt .

the British troops out of the Nile Valley.If The two Greek them and was a heavy better. He '
diplomats left. A few hours on the air for $7,500 a week in the Fall and for ': Rd., have left for Tarrington
the UN takes action Princess Eliza- later. Ambassador Diamontopoulos, who had appeared t had deserted his'wife.. His reputation Conn. \

beth is going to have a lot less property to be In the best of health was dead of i Pegler was bad except among this work as w8I1, his "character" could stand rehabilitation Mr and Mrs. Jeff Yates and !

to offer her betrothed come the wedding heart failure. Premier Tsaldaris, who had then ; those who admire racketeers. On through praiseful publicity, whichSullivan I son: Jeffery, are living in the B. II III 221 W. Church St.

day seemed on the verge of a breakdown, is still carryIng i June 24 Marlow was found dying-at the gate of a has been providing. Such service is W. ,Taylor house on Central Ave

on as Foreign. Minister ,of Greece. i cemetery with three bullets in his head. invaluable of course. -----
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Sullivan admired him rapturously. So he Inasmuch as the tolerance and 'youth rackets ...... .. ......- TackliiSportscaster

True Tolerance, True Understanding ,It isnt being' advertised but a friend of Supreme wrote "Along Broadway they are selling extras were belated interests of the Pied Piper of the I.

OF THE healthiest signs of sound Court Justice William O. Douglas has been telling of Frank Marlow's death and yet some of bobby sox. and were exploited by more or less : _
ONE scouting the us almost expect to see his fine eyes crinkle in a Communistic political fronts Mr. Sullivan's assumption .
country looking over prospects for
building is meetings held pleased smile and to hear f HORIZONTAL VERTICAL
his cheery 'hello pard-
48 The Justice himself Is keeping aloof... .Fx- that the news of Sinatra's Winter activities -
for the exchange of ideas and ideals. Gov. Jimmy Allred may run against TeXAs. Junior ner,' salutation that was not paralleled on Broadway was published'only to demolish him is inad- I M Pictured ra- Network _6YELYN ,
The of the First Pres- for pure warmth of feeling. x x x to I dio personality 2
Fellowship Group Sen. Pappy OT>aniel next year. . Henry Wallace x some. missable. It may indicate however, the quality Epic poetry tIAUiNI
byterian Church held such a meeting the win start another stumping tour, in September this Frank Marlow was a racketeer beyond the pale of his training and of his ethics as a journalist !I 10 Help Regimen u .
of society x x x x To us. who rejoiced in his friendship had i 4 Wild hogs
though not
other day.Aiming. I time combing the Middle West and the Deep i as they entirely revealed them- 13 Roof finial
at better understanding between South, Wallace will even speak in MississippI. 1\1 he was an eager impulsive, loyal friend. To selves in the Marlow eulogy. The incidents in-: ,. 14 Elaborate 5 6 Crafts AI 1 .
sit at a table in a night club to his Registered :
watch eyes volvjng Sinatra just happened to be news. That i 15 Compass point
w sparkle with pleasure to hear him gently teasing they 'were discreditable if nurse tab ) >::
they enhanced
. ; ,I Orlando Sentinel Radio i the little blonde-haired girl with whom he was head their importance. were !! 16 Pedal digit 7 Baseball club .27 Ostnchlike 41 Egyptian river -"
Morning_ Program over heels in love to observe the solicitude with There is another line for guidance in Sullivan's I:; 17 18 Near Fox 8 9 Short Fortification jacket 28 bird Point 4 43::: Among ;
Soothsayer ,
wIse nut wvor natal WOKZ WDao BIO) W\.OF (1230) woaz (40) which he looked, after each one of his guests-" comments on the case of Henry Lustig, a racketeer !
0 N Cfcanli BB Ws... ,,_..bnm. Oa If.... 143 Oln II T.t. _____ Paw hltem.n Ct Bob Crosby 'I Malayan coin 10 Against 30 Area measure 44 JaI Mated
U rn IU oM .. aa.nl. ___ Cltortf PUrftonFmra 4-OO= -Rom Party ___. p Whitens. cr News- = =u= A news clipping of about the same date reports profiteer and tax-dodger who operated the Long- .I 20 Natural fats 11 Nested boxes 31 Legal paint *1 Hmry seed
.0 U MUlaiUv"._ ".Tst.t 5,7540__ 54.ra.JII..ItfttU'Medttatl.a Prtiri Ns.-Drifun _., 4'IS Hoax Party __ Paul Whlttm CL Studio) Party that Marlow't wife at their small suburban champs Restaurants and who frequents the sort of 22 Country 12 College official 32 Wo(m 4
,-0. .-__butt=,:---RrMB. . Cloek-hen __. _____ _430 4 4S CbarcH Dr. Paul of__Air__no. Tom Coin Stir to CoUeie___ Studio Studio Party Party ____ home, stated that he had been home only twiceIn resorts in which Sullivan finds his social life and 24 Whiten: Oriental 38 Sip n Sow
t |. Te rtrel __ MmlrBi Clock Moralat Decors 25 Negative Canadian 39 Overthrow
n 10 : city SO Sea W
i-OO E Sr .rld. ._ __ ___ years. ea
Nf Newi peers.Oct.
*) wake C5 UUB Moraine Dretloa m' Terry Pirates Mews
.n a.n _.__ ...._._ het.Maae . 140 Club- --.:::=: 5:1: } TIme Out for Music Jack Armstrong Studio Party _ui.5.30 .- I 30, 1946.,Sullivan seems a little scandalized 26 Seines .8: Slight bow 40 Persian gulf UEy* Seat.)
...-n.-.... __ Minis Mteaaky Nett ___ Lum Abn-r Bob Hamilton Trio Radio Rodeo ___ I "He belonged, by preference to the aristocracyof ,because the case of Mr. Lustig has been postponed 29 Unusual '
5 45 Dick __ I i ''
Hettelet Knubts & Strtnti News 1. v s Ie .
5 II Watt 0 M Ul. CWl* ____ Ua4 Vftnir Trl+ 'to dab .:OO News Fultoa-C..is.-Jr.-lIgpper Club '
5 .* Br_U... ar.c* DrlfUt T4O Club _-_-u- ':IS Norman Cloutler u__ Dinner Music __. In the Sportltto he had qualities of mind and emotion that set him Nov. 2, he reports that "Government and local" 34 Native metals .t '..
_. ,..... 6:30 Sports Pate Arthur Hale Music for Dinlnr j from the 3T Deceive I"
%(w 5.t.-Dirk. Jean) Braokfu* dab n_ .,...- Trout-News apart ordinary run of us. In danger he politicians are exerting "strong
6 45 Robert __ pressure" the
Oak Sports Parade Richard Harkne_ on
Di im BrMkiu Chi
5 5 t M* Seas MoratM WIMtraT .l. ......... etuI ._ WOBBB. wild I-OO SniDento ------ffd1jn* EEdition C.L H.-Paek---:: :: had sharpened his sense of loyalty to a fine edge: State liquor authority to save Lustig's license. He 36 Promontory llo .r 6 I'"
':d *.r. 5ne T Ny ... BrPaUaa& CIvl Wo ... W rld__ 1:IS Suspetuo ._ ..,. Elmer Davis ._. Cot. H. Flack ___ : in stress he had learned that of all earthly things comments. i 37 Right (ab) .
.-..-.rtbe Ofr. -_-My TnM Stay_ Btaditaadto- : 7.30 Rooftop of City Scarlet Queen u_ Kenny Baker _. : friendship the sarcastically that Lustig might even I 39 Note inGuido's 10 l. .:eu.: )
7:4S Bill Henry __ Scarlet Queen .. ___ is most highly prized and carefully the of
II *nk.r OWr.y -.. ta.n-5. CrackrrM Ba : FBtkiMM ia Uui Betty CrorkvrMviuiiljrMl .. Jack Berth == S-00 Lawyer Tucker __. F..oru.CGmp'u.- DWA-Dlie--:::::: protected. He had detecteq the futility of sham t! scale lit 150
.U .. easry -_ _. Bsad.aad pJI. ._ a IS Lawyer Tucker _, Favorite Comp ers Dial A Disc _ and pose. Perhaps his talents On Nov. 11. Sullivan publishes a long letter i I 40 Pineapple
..., Nana,= Tai Br nt ._Ness ,_. .'3O Crime Photocrapner Town Meeting Sealtctt VU. Star* and courage could 44 He broadcasts .
u ---- Jl 44 Crime Pboto ra.hCT Town have been turned to better from Allen Lustir. explaining how necessary it llt.1 a ; ,_
ftw.o. Straw u Tan ar.srmaa Ba.dstaBd -_ Meeting Bealtest Yin StoreooR"tn'D account. But loyalty . ..' .
JI.-IMlMi Tr.*t Oft)** OrkT .. aaad.n41 c *-*-:::: Toes Meeting-:--Wet Is the"tnuny thoughtfulness gentleness was that they keep the license so that they could events on ;
danday U.lo_ .. BIWUI ftovtii OuttWtleB "-IS Readers ___ are prized wherever they U. -
Oar Gal < Digest Town Meetln War Is the En-ray make restitution to the the air waves : a p. '" 1TI
.. .Trcln Xcwt'*-Farm Rey t 3O Msa Called X _.._ Chris Croon Orch. Blue Ribbon Music are found. The headlines shrieked that he knew Government."It 48 Obscure .
_. _. _. '.n Man Called X .___ Chris Cross Orcli Blue Ribbon MUSK "
Pattu WcloMno Travlr M Pars R* Rothstein. that he J"
U-M-Jle. ....... TiM- ,....* Orm< da.'liad cot. .f Air 10-00 Bob Crosby: _n__ News __ News "and. Sport ': was an intimate of Capone. Our would\ aid us tremendously if you would aid 49 Observe't '": 'Io
l >*. U.Bt ___ Jr. OU.. >._ 8Ueyener_ _ at.BH4o 10-1S Feature Story ____ Ray Eberl Orcb_ Earkaea of Wash. hearts tell us that we have lost a friend and whole- us," the lettervsays. 51 Exists '
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: NYM it.aai--= 5wkba.e Pena Tlsi"wMelad: Fen /-.-.>lteeebei. 10 10:30:43 Dana Dane Oreh.Orea. u________ 0reIL.Jose -Curbelo..... __O-ch.____ Concert Concert of of Nations Nation souled comrade, a pardner. in the complete sense He promptly began to aid. The same day hewrote 52 Be indebted. -.

lu-tNai ._ T MaViM BtoTki&*. Melodla Sketches, 11:00 News ___ Snort Parade News' __'I of the word an ace." that the liquor authority's charges; were tech- I' 53 Yale U 2 u "
i__paw at Mi-Onaattiartta-_ Black I Slw* M kxU* 8ttcbM.--- 1115: Scores A News Hal Tanner Orcn. Mosieana "Money" however "meant very little to him.i ." nical and trivial. On Dec. 7 he wrote that the revocation 54 Rounded ,
-,.. (.e'Aiif4 Pie It MarUa'Bleck'Eh_Kv :::: 11:30 Dane Orrh. Dane Oreh. _-_ Mnsicana Sullivan, 01' I'" 50 ,1 'R -
,. TM &<**< Pw It Marta BJor Baee H.I Mclatyr __ 1145 Danco Orea. ___ Daach Oreh-Hew M.sirena __ .i wrote though a little of it. of course of the license according to law. "'l jsntmake I 5C Pastry.
1 M W,a-r Tak. Aft O_ LrtahlM Xoblo -- 1200 News' ,. uu_ Slea cat-T::==Ness-* Sin off might! have meant much to the wife of this loyal. sense and wont stand up" On March $, he Diminutive.ofEdgar ) S1 ft -
Aa W.IE '
and. La.rese.
or..n Iris
4a aies.r.. -- Deuce Orrh. _
a -... --Lade.-. .. "tM TberJIe's .......I\.S 17-3O Dane Orch. | merry, generous, whole-souled comrade, "and -slrls quoted an unidentified owner of a night club who
U. .. -- La4Ae, II ....... Rsow Tr Mell' 1345 News hu______ : meant even less except the lovely little toe-dancer might be.another of his heroes of the Marlow type i 58 Man'a name 51 P.5 n ,
s y Coal wattoaa a. ark hra' 140 515 Off I he adored." f who said this was rsecution." 59-Terminal----- _
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kit TtAllIt I Trailer WINDOWS Shop 1li24222S f I Rotary Club. Game DirectorTo Seminole'Tribes.Described. Thursday, July 17, 1947 __ g rlJiug .Eotl1tinrl Page 7.

W 'Speakers.BacK I' spent a great deal of time with f .
Dial W&ihlngtoa As 'Much Deserving People'Florida's them j f PAINTING-TOTAL PRICE $25.00"Our .'
e 94On
i: Speak Here Seminole Indians were described "much, He described two Seminole I $25.00 Paint job is only $25.00 unless yea
as a
( WWw Cwdr* Truman : tribes the Cow Creeks and the
ANd !
I Policy I' eraef extras-our finest Deluxe Jobs are also
deserving people" by Robert D. Mitchell, local
nurseryman BiZ Cypress and told of their priced according to your order .=
Four Orlando Rotary members ''Ben C. Morgan., director of the in a talk at the Civitan Club luncheon yesterday at'I customs and some of his experiences STIVERS-PONTIAC
I analyzed and commented favor Florida Game and Fresh Water the Southland Restaurant. with them. :
ably upon the Truman Doctrine There are now'about 700 Sem- 12 W Colonial Wt caD for and dettvcr Fbo. JoIU' -
rNOWlOc the club's luncheon at Fish commission has accepted an I,* "They need understanding:! he said. "Only in the last i. inoles and their number 'is increasing -
yesterday in invitation to address the annual 9
few ,
the Chamber of Commerce Bids. I' years has the Government he said.
(meeting of the Orange County
Events this really done Mitchell: was introduced by Jim
week In anything for them.
area ,Sportsmen's Assn..H.Stuart John- Tree Experts Set Burden. Pres. Ray. L. Tilghman
ad taste of what the President foresaw Mitchell,
20c atoll executive secretary announced -' owner of Shore Acres presided. I FLUORESCENT 3 y ,7
when he *
of giving military announced help to his Greece policy I yesterday. Outing for SundayAnnual Nursery on Lake Jessamine, is a I
and Turkey last March,said The meeting wiU be Aug. 11 I' member of the Semmole Indian You're traveling 1.100 miles a
M Voorhls. Harry, at 8 pjn Angebilt Hotel SQI I outing of the Florida Assn., has been interested in the minute, with the earth around I TABLE LAMPS. =.
Chalk Lie. DOT He added that while carrying,I 1 room. '' employes of Davey Tree ExpertCo. Seminoles for many years and has the sun. I :
I out of this program might result The association's nominating will be held Sunday at San- Illuminated from base up
in shipments abroad causing committee headed by Dr. Wilbur t)lando Springs. About 30 persons
L. Davis has prepared a slate of I all the State are expected
shortages from over
Crayon at
home and A I II
even a Friendly Reminder . 13.95
""' ""--sr Mget ,22 candidates, from which 11 directors : to attend the picnic lunch-' ,
1''" 1 will be elected. Directors
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eon.Don '
Get Rid of Ants and Insects ; \ In turn will elect new officers. I Fowler company advertising OVERSTOCK SALE MAIL-DEPOSIT 4.20 .of. -: r
Beside Johnston,.officers of the ,I : manager from the home officeat i I:. a
"- *,$ association are Thomas Starling Kent. Ohio will present special I LAMP WILL BE ,
All Store.Ndknal president: Thomas. I. Denmark: '. service pins to the following Cen- WOMEN'S SHOES SHIPPED C.O.D. . :-
: and J. Y. Rudler. vice-presidents: t( tral Florida employes W.E.Bailey.; .
I t ( James N. Conley, secretary and State supervisor. 35 years; I* vl FOR BALANCE 9.75
Prwlwls Co.j t Cecil Beck treasurer. Newton. district manager. 15 ENDS SAT., JULY 19thOur
j years: H.K.Perry 30 years; W. S. 1 i t
Red Cross Steen. 15 years, and A. H. Hubbell White STORESCan t
j Orlando Flo. Orange Entire Stock of All- and Two-Tone shoesto
10 years. Pay at 33 1/3% ;
Directors to Meet I select from. Discount When You , y_

ONLY 30 MINUTES 1 Directors: of Orange County Rent Control Office..Closed Closed All' Day Wednesday I : Buy 12 or Moro 4e
tn. Chapter,American Red Cross, will Office of Federal Rent Control, i I .,.. -
MIXING |hold their first meeting of the new I I 28 E. Central Ave., will be closedall ?

BOWL fiscal headquarters.year today at 231 4 p.m.E. in JacksonSt. chapter counsel day with today regional for inventory representa and :i WALK OVER SHOP . O. FREDERICK
)lrCarJla> Voorhls
TO TABLE James B. Keith first. vice-: tines W. I*,. Jones, area rent di"'l 64 N. Orange Ave. Beacham Theatre Block Box 46, Silver Springs. Florida ",'
$ lowering of our standard of living chairman, will preside. rector, announced yesterday.
this was necessary to fight I r...
Russian tactics: in furtherance: of
a definite plan based on the idea "4 Ei I
k14r that a major depression wl 11 cripple : -
I the United States.
Howard Phillips said that the
Marshall Plan an outgrowth of ., .
r the Truman Doctrine called for I ,, :. : 'v. z
1 rehabilitation of former enemies .
because', with the world split, a '
Germany strong Industrially, .
but democratic, seems necessary. -.

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'It is a doctrine of interven- ..,
tion, hook line and sinker." aatdy

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to ie00 .*5o NUTtmoustt H .. !
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.. M...f..li.lt Co. /l.l ol .... *.....*. c. Las. T...* of of from our quality 4

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WATCH FOR US Rabbi Phillip Morris A. Skop who Stop added reduced to wholesale cost and below cosp' .

that "no man Is safe in the atomic ,
ace unless all men are safe-and "
'that, includes even the Hotten-
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totts.I -
t I "It Is the greatest humanitarian
doctrine ever promulgated by any SPORT SHIRTS
Government on earth." said the
Rev Robert H. McCaslin.\ who pictured :-
il* this country as "playing SHIRTS SPECIAL PURCHASE SLACKS I
the big brother to people who are -
needing' help." HALF PRICE -
At the start of the program HALF PRICE
\ John Demopoulos thanked the 2.45Short
club for making it possible for him
to attend Boy's State, and said he 2.25 to 3.75 5.75: and '6.25were
Cottons :
learned more there about Government sleeves. and rayons in
in six days than he had in I t
a year's course In U. 8. history. were $4.50 to $7.50 Long broadcloth and sheer weaves. Plain 't.
$11.50 to $12.50 cotton end r. t ,
sleeves.Cottons and rayons. Plain and ... colors and checks. SmalL medium and ,
575,000 AskedOf linen and wool aba dlD" '
Damages plaids.Broken lots in small, medium weaves rayons "" t'-'i"7'# ]1
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Seaboard Air Line '-:4" . and large sizes. large sizes. Sizes 28 to 42. [Charge for alteration *- .

Damages totaling $15.000 are ,c': _
asked of the Seaboard Air Line ,'Zi .
Railway Co in a suit filed In Or- '
ange County Circuit Court by ,
George E. Haley. Maplewood. N. :
J. who ,'as hit by a freight train .'. -. PLAY SHORTS T-SHIRTS SWIM SHORTS ;
here Jan. 7, His attorney is.Clark I _

W Jennings.'At. I I r''T:..- HALF PRICE 3 for $1.00' 1.00 . ;; ,: :t tt

for I .
+. :S- 1.25 to t '2.98were "'. '
j, II : White in small sizes only .

: ..., $2.50 to.$5.95 zeian cloth: T-SHIRTS. now' $1 were. $3.50. and $3.95 Famous. \"- '

...QW btI\ makes. Plain and fancies. Sizes 28
and gabardines. White and colors. values to $2.50. Plain and
221 W. Church St. MARGARINEBOTTLES Sizes 28 to 42. fancy. Mostly small sizes. to 34 only. '

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a o : 82/ to '1.25 2.50 to 12.50 8.88 to 32.50 d! .

: were $17.75 to $65 Genuine -

Were $5 tO $25 Imported leather and DuPont Rexhide. Two-suit ;
were $1.65 to $2.50 white and ,
milans, bakes, panamas and cocoa ers brief cases, overnight and club bags. r j

plain colors. Sizes A. B. C, D. ,J ; ''nut straws. Sizes 61\ to 8. ladies hat boxes. ,

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J'rpe.c.:. ..,....Loa.1Mal Ce',.N.r. CASUAL SUITS .. WASH PANTS : ., SUMMER ROBES ..i:.*i* : n -, :,. II''

Franchised Bottler: Pepskola. Bottling Co., Orlando : '.0 T ..... .,'}.: half price. $2.95' ,- half price }" -
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Get it there on time- ,- .. 1 I. : fwere $30 Coat and matching-, were $8.95 to $15 ) 1
. qnd sailcloth. Sixes 28 to 42 and in plains. stripe.and! :
Use "The Jack Rabbit Line" .t slacks ef cool rayon tropical Sizes rayons '' : '
3C to 42. [Charge for alteration]. (No alterations figures. SmalL medium large.f .: it JJ

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DRIVERS BONDED $2.45.J.J. ; :. -.5 ;2.50 to 4.48 'i .
2.50 to 3.75 ;+ : were $1 . !
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were $5 to $7.50: Water .Washable cottons and rayons In : White, colors and a few ." :',.. ; were $5 to $8.95 ". Sizes 't: : -

'repellent._ 'Sisee (to IS. bright patterns. stripes. Sizes 10 to 12 only. 4 to'16. .
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t- op JtI1eM By! BOB HAYES Rocky Comes Off 1 Yanks Run String to 17':(!PAGE rlattbn;-8- -THURS.-morning---,--JULY'rniutrl 17 1947( j I i Spahn Bags. His

Joe Tinker bit off the end of his cigar, and spit it halfway DivideTwin
Nats In
across the sidewalk He was sitting in front of L. B.J.ldA'Od' Floor To Lifti .A.... ---- _ 13th Win

I Lamar Hotel He had just read of Orval Over-

/ aM' death. I i I' I II Bombers ShellIndians t< Bill i

I ilea the last guy: among us that I thought would go," Crown From Zale !I II 1 >, Boston VictoryBOSTON

ht aakl with a wag. of white mane. R With DetroitDETROIT

Tlial. Mg Ie y had nt.re friend than anyone know of back ',I '" '

crab.. the r fcv I (TAP The Washington r TAP Left Warren
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Hal New- 13th
*Ht WM a big f IJow, Stood over six feet tall. And weighed about s t "i f t Senators Jumped on Spahn last night pitched his

ut pound thin But he took care of himself. Never did anything at the end of the third round. His T hoaxer] yesterday for five but the runs De in victory and his fourth shutout of
I the first two innings
U hurt hU pnyalcal condition. And whets a pitcher he wax! left eye was bleeding so badly that CLEVELAND [API The New II I troit Tigers came back to save the defeated season the as St.the Bostondmah

Jeff (Ithat'a what Joe rail him half the time Orvie the rest) Dr. John J. Drammis. the com- York Yankees defeated Cleveland's I the game 9 to 8 with a four-run 3-0 before a paid attendance of
called into
mission physician was
had an even tevper. I serer MW him mad. it. Drammis Indians 8 to 2 last night for their I pighth inning rally that enabled : 28651. which mad: the Boston
the ring examine
s I them to split a ttoubleheader 700.410 for 45
17th straight victory just two home attendance
reported on the eye condition to
Alter ree'l> 11M" Mte. ... his algae, J4. recalled with half>pang *< t, Washington took the nig.itcap: 10 on 38 dates
Clark the
Sheldon chairman of the short of American League
hsl'>h mor tbe Hire he and Ovrrajl) were ttandins In front of a New commission. who ordered the boutto ord established 1906 by rec-I a ,ad l 1 back of Marino Pieretti five Spahn now has pitched 25 score-

York hotel during U* heyday of Ltiba-of-old. be continued. nit J pitching. i less innings in a row.

-We kquared off and started sparring. X was a pretty small fellow Fortunately for Graziano. Pres. go The Nec6. Yorken battered four ,. Stan Spence .led Washington's30hit Not one of the Cardinal reached -

I hark'" then. I bowed' up and made a lunge at om That was a Green of the National Boxing I Indian hurlers for 14 hits. ax with six assault hits while In the Buddy two games Lewis third base as the slight In south-on*

BittUkt That Wg> reseal jiut stuck out a fist and It hit me square Assn. and other executive of the Charley Wensloff who wa!? relieved I and Tom McBride each collected paw pitched sharply Kuroa'sklwalked
r after Whiter
ate the n)te. 1 moved Into it And blood spattered everywhere.. association refused to ride along by Karl Drews in the sixth 1 1t five. stretch the fourth frame

I That even made him feel bad He hated to hurt anybody. with New York In depriving Gra- when the Indians scored their two i A r FUST CAUD I,I Spahn retired to open 14 batten comerutrtely -

-AM what a Htrher" he .... I always rated Mordle (MordieHr ziano Irving of his Schoenwald license. Thus and, promoters Jack- runs was credited with the victory. F ., ,, _..: .w. WASHINGTON..k r k.(*,> .>. DETROIT., r CA'k. . .

....| the. grralevt pitcher I ever .aw-he had more tats than .l foal" J* 1 1 t I 1 Cnkltntai 1 .". 1/ 3 the third innuw. when '
able to shift the his cond of the .. From
Begun were return s seasonAl : =.. Ltvtf.IT I. 1 .4-MMM.! 3/: :2 :
oaf !.e ptlrhen lees raw flat now-hut Orvie wa nest bent.Mordie :f brawl to Chicago for last : Gettel started for Cleveland ,, 'o-- UFrMalf % 1 !- 1 ".""'1.01.' .N 4 1 Irarnmi.1l 3 t Erv Dusak cot his second singl

'. Orvie Reulbach' and Jart Phfiester were our four great& night. and suffered his fourth loss. He I SAY IT ISN'T SO: This husky gool-keeper for the Hungarian :rriddr.21" J Sill J Ii'* Ficn haUgfc..f .4 a. .1 .1 "I of the night. until Red &-hO"n-

ptttMra-ant) what a mound staff they were. Zal who scored 159 pounds-I was followed to the mound by soccer team lies prostrate: with "grief" on the ground and a luenrv< 1 4 > ; M.WnTf 4 : 4 : di-nst banged a safety to left field

.It rat when .e got Orvie and Harry Steinfieldt that we really )just one under the middleweight I Ed Klieman Bob Lemon and Les teammate clutches his head in despair after Italy's team :1'hrlrrr iTrarls ... I.4. I .I t* .rrwrrL..It..1f | .' in the eighth with two out. the

1M our mat Cub team together They rounded It out." limit-made a much better show- Willis. scored the decisive international{ M4M . I '. ]tlraM" lit. 1 Cards were unable to get hIt.
ing during the early rounds last The Yankees scored three runs goal during Italy-Hungary :trknir: : 'J" I 1 a a..1fi. I I I ST Louis IN) NMTeN iNr.
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match Rome. SabenvM t r I almiMr ak r k a
flea Je reealle4 the' Incident In till that washed .p Overall as night than he did last September I in the opening frame on Tommy :, __ .soccer in ___ Mariana*.a I I a a a HontwiMi. .B .t arurtrt . PsirdN.21 t I 1 1 atolaM.If 'I; "
when he. weighed 160. Graziano. Henrich's 10th homer of the sea- I 9-' I" e I a I Onto ptteher slower in I I''Ifr-: .. 1 I I I 1/'wnirar. . I Ial.o1 a. I a I ....a.11 t' a lbst
aNt ant out to the ball park one day The gates were locked scaling 155 4. was much son and a triple by Joe DiMagpio. iH.ttblPra.p( 1 a I r rtlD S a a j 1 _. I. .
\ getting away than in September I added another run in both that i - -'- -- - PlapR.r 1 e l atbrlrLltt
N.u bent MI tettint in. 80 he climbed up and jumped over the when he weighed 154. But he madea third and sixth innings and '! Babe Zaharias Brooklyn Tops IHllK' 41 I 1/211 I* ,,Ta..r. Yf II TA f 11eleYtRa/ 1 1 .tlt... a t. rlaytwr
fence. Me wu ao big-he weighed. 240 pounds then-that the -Tram eta aalkM tar C7rlwww hi rile ) a a 1 4 t rHarrtfto ....-... t r
jump successful finish. chalked up three more in the final : *-<-... IM tar Tr.... In fMi.r r a'Nbwe 7' IS.r'aaal.. 1 1 1ttl : ;;
hurt Ala bark He..u never very effective' after that. And that was Last 'night grand battle provided inning on three singles and a i Pirates 10-6 i iTo -RmOTtm nrark MH Ov grant !. irk .=alrp S. I. ptb... 1 I I ":
1t-R'rrta itrar* wt Mr HMTlrota !la I.... r U tra I'.t. . .
Ja the 111 II .1101:. many thrills for the crowd double. kr. liming' : _"-. .. . . .
that paid a gross gate of $415.126 Smashes RecordCOLORADO ...hma'''' _d 31O ""* MIWr.it --- --- -
fightof Hold Lead ( _ Ml .3. MlCrrorr ..... T..... ;al. as 11 'ftIIaIe rl b; 11; t. t
Af J** went on with hU' tale. .. the Cub of yesteryear, he dls- largest Indoor gate for a : Mvtlm. nilcMM RUM .ki!...<. MiTlrnta A-PIIIaI tint lit aabw r NaPwr
elated asmetAtnt that undoubtedly ranks among the oddities of base- any kind in ring history. Browns DivideWith rrtddy Hcwnrr,. T.... fit. l'W.w .r lttlal-:
The crowd 'of 18547. however' SPRINGS [API BROOKLYN rAP Coming from t Wikrftold t. x.... Ltle !. Twku HoWikrfirtd. : ''II." .... _ __ . _ .- .
bULJae. indoor 1 . . ..... J'rI....., ("Jr1Jen1t...... TkmIMM - __ __ 1\1 --.
TUikrr for an the year he wa. In the Big Time and all did not approach the record Babe Dldrikson Zaharias U. S. and behind with a tix-run rally in the kit': T. H M mm: fkrbUBMi. W>.krr Recces: fl.r/r. 1M. .. PpeTtatare
of 23.320 whlcwitnessed ..,... . -. .. .. ...Tt = 1'Ma.r.
aggregation: British Women's Amateur Golf 'tlr lure: < .n.ihiB F rr lha: rwr -
Hu fame he gathered there-never gained first base by brine hit by a the Jack Dempsey- l li lI titleholder. smashed the Sixth inning the Brooklyn Dodgen Tklr: M ,n. iwiiM "'oU".: raw M <-..t>i.... Mr. r.ataM *: tawerr
competitive :
ptulvr .but once during hi enact career. Athleticsi I defeated:! the Pittsburgh Pirates III t.La" a Man w ryewAn. i 1- Maria* an* ManM. prNrNlra. .M 111 Tw.
I iKingfish Levinsky bout in the course record at Broadmoor Mi .k*.**: UaMilnc It. dn4t *, !(._ Ml m: Frm i ltm ....! __. Loft w M-.. .
That **..MU alm n| norlievabte., Bat there's no na..n to doubt Chicago Stadium Feb. 18. 1932. by three strokes yesterday with a i 10-6 last night to retain their two Mlle: HjwtraMH t. ...OT.tr* I. HMrklUfMI 2. laiUrakB i. .. _rw n. girtr. hall. T,.a..., '.
., XmkwMt 1. ,Hmm ........ N
fct firsIhn's hi '- t 1It. min: DTttvmtBraves : PrtM rM
ttoryin i The former indoor gate record was beautiful 68. seven strokes under i I and a half game lead in the Na .M 3. Canh-a I. HltrWMMl I. M Nw imi .. IlNtrrr II M i IaarMt. a.r..h.n I ra uMy
1 *M fast before the IXM season opened-the season we won $201.603. attracted by>the heavyweight i!i ST. LOUIS [rAP] After losing the j I par. I tional League race. Hilt: iff XtohmMT T In 1 IMWCI; H MIMIUIi PpM MIL. wrote Lat:+t rIrra. .
and Jim Maloneyand 'first of a twi-night double- brilliant pennant to I: W< 1 ta I: HMrklHMI 1 In It Mu __ I'rptw: gullet, ..... Ind r ,
I IM fame didnl win the pennant We stopped' off in Louisville bout between lame I The Denver star's per- Hank Behrman returned by the trrMI > In I; WTMI I. I-3; TttziM' 1-lHloAtnt Tt_: 1.1;.
j tat' a three-came **rW* before we moved into Chicago. It rained Jack Delaney at New York'sMadison header 5-4 on two successive 11th formance was! made as she defeated .1)Kkr" : Rw>l...; tmlft plHtxi Frmtk e.\.

the rim day ,a Saturday. A tporu writer'came up to me and said he Square Garden Feb. 18, inning home runs the Philadelphia I Mrs. Tit Langer of Chicago Pirates after being to Brooklyn purchased last from month the Tt mnlnt_/: I:'*_S.PtMutH. Xrhmkj aerie, a...-. ,

lad to hare kind of 1927. Athletics took the second game 7 and 6, in a first round encounterat
tome a tory for the
Sunday and that he Leave
paper, conditional basis t
Zale. who received" 40 per cent from the St. Louis Browns last the Broadmoor Women's Invitational Dodgers on a IUCD--(AUttWA to
was up a stump for tt."I .
believed to night 4-1 with three-run second'I' Tournament. was the starting and winning : A
was AOTRDIf ( )
of the net gate, MINCTOM < i
I told Dim I d give him aomething' that had never been written have earned $150000 from the inning Bill McCahan held the Learning she was headed for pitcher for the Brooks. aa r" a a ak..r.. a iTaat East Coast; May'
.It tortZ told him I'd J 1 I I I a taka.w 4 a 1 J 1Lavlr
never got to first base in PITTftBUHeH (Ml I iROOKLVN |N1
my career in addition four hits.EIRIT .
gate alone last night Browns new mark if she held to the pace 1. .1.11 a .it a 2 1 s a 1'_.Ik 1 a a a _
L r i
t b torn, hit by a pitched ball He made a helluva torr out of It to 40 per cent of the $30,000 that / fliGHT CAME Babe carried on to smash the record a'tN ai a.w f i 2'Nnkrla: I M ftrlda S lit.I "ikrfltd tf 4 iTerar.U 4. 1 Select Site HereFORT
"" "HILADL"HIA IA/ IT. LOUIS lAlUr : : : ; : : : 4 S I 7 a.Krll3i' 1 "
The net! day .. played the R wll.d I t'RMxns .Ib
a game. There was a for of 71 set by Grace of '
by a sponsor Amory .
young raw was paid -
b.. tYrYt.. Iatginr.3b. ] 1 5 I ,R.Iw.N R i a "I Pruldy< *'> I 1 a a 3 Matt*rf i a a
pMtKor. working atalntt, ... Ills. name was Rf'lrJ-1 think the radio rights. Graziano received SI(".."Y.1f 1 I ,.............11 4. I 2 II New York. Men's par for the Ain.r.N I I i 1 .,"'., ....11 t I I 1 1'rnnh Vaanr*rf S liS Eran rf 4 a 1 Srtmtwn.rt LAUDERDALE. FlaAPI =
.ptUta* to rtfht The lint time. I came to bat that big footed about $75000 from the gate and JnwLw 5 1 1 I 1 RitrMat 311 S a I i"f mountain-bordered layout is!; 70 ..111 2 a rIF..nlMe/. 1 I I I it * *. Maya.T* t a i j jManev ( )1''Boston Braves Gen MET .-
I Afntrrf 1 I I PterMmn 5 1 1 iraialA R'nuhletT 5 I I I ,,:Jarj xa,26 5 1 1RI'di *... 4 a 1/ TTa.tnff.c ) 1 1 4 *
I r.*aJe M Hy with a fait ban I cevJdn't dvck. It caujht me on the 20 per cent of the radio receipts. I I 111 "lha'.1f 5 1 1 t Mrs. Zaharias. who won the last tA.lb 1 7 1 1'Arrui. rimnl a % 1 a a rnaraitra.* a a a 1 1rMrHiia 1'aRa.w 1 John Quinn yesterday notified
AiaaVt apple. Judges Harol Marovitz( and i' chtp 1// 3 Lehner.ef 1 16 tournaments she's entered Alwtae : i iEdntdte; : } : ; : .. 1 . . the Fort Lauderdale Chamber
: : : : :
.an.d . .
unison 27 : L 1 lndnitl.lb; tl ,, """b..... I a . 1'Arbrmur 1 I aRarni T'11Pr'GMin.r. of Commerce that the major
f '1 feted Martin OBerg voted in 1 played the first nine in 35 and . I I 1hKMa ..
barfly iwaltow for two day afterward, And that nw- G-.r.a 1. 1 T.tNrs S 1 1 T I ... I iT; Jla.r I I I 1 1tRitaM
points for Zale and 23 for Rocky I _.:It 5. t t s rNrnlh t 1 1 1 1 breezed home in 33 more. I. P rlPKrMr 1 I. league club would not train here
baaed rankle. came over and aJd.now ten >m you' been hit! . .......... . . .
't never Scoring In Illinois is on a 10-polnt Maett1.31 5. a I 1 Iunrnool' r I I tI ,i Mrs Polly Blanton of Enid. J I 11bPtaeM ,.,R.r next Sprung and would attempt

( by a piuher' basis. Each official divides 10 I.I := :. ; : : : 11J.iNl1a llwlderr 1 : : : : Okla.. an excellent] campaigner I t FtlUlttM'. .1.I I. ". '"I l| T'al. -'- -1 -I.- -i to locate quarters on the West

That eminUy boy i* the only pitcher that ever hit me duringw points between the two fighters titM 1 . .' 'moved to the second round with a __ JI I ____ ,' "'''! 4! I.IA%" s" "Trtajj *1 1 !" 1R : Coast of Florida
Illt *.U ilea: I WM playing professional .......p 1. I It Tiwal :ST (1124121 Tmab. :I JI 1.14 !T II' A-r"DDrd M 1rr rFt wM 1h11I < '
baseball. And dang his in each round-as he sees fit. - : 7-and-6 win over Mrs. Emerson a--FINd mjf OMrnniirHPr ill wret6 :fliatr MH fnr dmira I::arriiivf . 'I Quinn did not cay in which q
cwt..1 ....Idn'\ w.notr for ewe i yThomson alwrwardL" : In the dressing room. Zale and I Talala 14 .J: I* Tol.lt" ES J I.U Is Kelso of Oklahoma City. Dot I k-Strwfc .nl tar fMnnrvnrk m nvhth.OKI II I i -ntKt sat tar B>MKtr aa to utatk.WaihhifiMi !I West Coast city he planned to '_
- tnrtrlmal ,... tl_ IMl Man "h lwiap:
----- i that they
- his handlen announced Kielty of Los Angeles runnerupto conduct Spring training. Oroene
A-Ktrwk. aal far rkrtHnphrr In Htn.X .. B""l" IM Mi-It';, !*: _\ .Sa--i*
had a contract for a return bout -N_ era ekes Leads'' with Graziano within 90 days at a- fMrark ant fnr Munrrirf I In "th.. Tuesday was too strong for Mrs. t.4 l.-Blxnriinink :X. KluUl S. Ed...rf.. MaiikTWalkrr r : : R'atnw. Orrrmira. dtHrnhtpa. Kvnak IChmn I Ray Paschal of the
Mae kr InnlawPllila : t. Fvtlln !. irtrfm I. ,.M>|.I%.. "T.. !l'"l in: l I...,li t. MrBridr Trram 2. _
+ Osborne Brown site to be designated later. Zale .Irlnhia .. to 11 *.! "1--4ft David Sterrett Hutchinson Kan- Mar kite BotMD-m t. Mwti, Kd.inK nnn 4:('1IrI....., l.ka. "Tkasa. bll. *, ffnam' *. Vial. Greater Orlando Chamber of '
said that the terrific heat In the Itmil aal aoa aiXEirar. sas, 6 and 5Williams. J. .Thrr tw! hN-PoNIM. . Hoow rat-Blondmrtk. .- air Tkra*-kan Mt: MrRrlitr Ham raa): l...l.. Com rce's Sports Committee. '
him in the i .: nitrtmrk t. Tttm. Bana bannl laJnn.1 : IMWIH. 9>*n--M...... tae Ktinkr; tartram. -rates Mw; T. PrI_. ..-. Iaa11NNm
Giants to 6-3 stadium began toget" rnlman S. Rmar Bnn" >r. Bratk LrtwrrHllrhrark fX..kT ami RaMs w: B_._... went : f ri fifth round and he weakened .. T.a-kaM. flit: run Ann nmBmk. ; celestas and Giwahrrv. Loft.. ha-v -Pitta- and llmklna. : "'.1." .,.. and Mam Loft w with the Botton Braves in an
'I Lahnar. ParrlflrM: Blnki. n._.... Mnnrrlrf tacit. : ftrankl il 11. Raw as halh-IVkrvai >a>: STUIMetrr 1*. Dnrolt *. BaMa a* tuHl. ;
Win at ParisPARIS gpefdily. Dnihla H.J1: Knitor and F.ln; 'Hitrkcnrkrnrra Sparks 4,; ..::. I, BniikaM 4: MnilMnB. I. fltnka this I I IM' 'I Piriml S. Otmalra. -I. nanm !, HnMtmaa] effort to bring them here as Or
Win Over Cubs Graziano. mobbed by a swarmof and J idntrh. ; Puke. ]snit and ,..1'". IAft "' 10.... I' Tartar. a: Bmiham. is; dtiiMVTlrkJ 1 "">11_'.: kv ria,ml 4. Omwii I. Horninitaj lando's second major league
admirers and newspapermen in na law. : rilllartrlnhla t. "l. Ixnrta I. Ram an Hht df- Ronkaai. II .a L: lnwm, : (>. % Hit; aff Orarvjira in > lirainfflta ; Spring training actiuwtre.
NEW Mgr: l>l..r>rb t. Mimrrirt I. lmla_ IIUrlk trnunrim 1 U 1.1< Klnnrmrk. ami I; RIa- .> S Marrkt. I t I.* S LRn+ ,nw*.
YORK API Bob Thomen tAPI Led by Margaret the dressing room said: "My most _'>: ......!. t. Manrriaf 4. Mnul..lar tHlt llxmi. X !. 1. Rahman P hi T: "Tarlnr 4 In 1' % IN! *. W1M aJtck' ..i.... P.M...J hall. still open and that the Braves
ruakM Mitildr star of the damaging punches were several .1 Innlnii, nrfOirtrtflpnrr Hit In ultchrr-. Omnlnm' IRrurr) Wild. l. .Orrroiirr1 aiiHmMrKinlrv.
>: afl IHrtrtrb i In 1 Wag nar eairv ptlrkar : had evidenced interest m locate
O born* Wimble ... ,..... .
newly-crowned .
irkSlfutMnn Wlaainf" "' 110>krm Unmmei and Farraratla. Tla
Xw Yak OuaU drav In four right and left hooks in the sixth 1 III 11-i; afT Pltiga 4 In I Inmwan Bosox Decisioni nnyrr' :
Vnnnt ..itrh.. _b... .. ing hen.lFervent
don champion, four American In Ilk; art )mrrlrf In I: aff Moulder ., i mlMiM Bnf run MI a homer and doubts. yt- . round. You cant say I got him I In J. "'IJtnI... Bltrhrr: Monl_: Vulnt !iiI..... ] rda. and Han Tim 1,.4.
tr u? to spark the Giants& to aS women swept unchecked yesterday '' with any one-It was all of them.** .w: SaTaia, Impim: a..,.,, Hrafrr and Matt ;

,I *- victory over th* Chtcac Cuba. through the second round of'. Ce-3igrs. Irvine Cohen and std TIM-ft -- i CHICAGO rAP Ted Williams MarinoDefeatsIrish CapturesDick

Thenuen parked his lath four the French International Tennis : Jack Hraly. said Graziano's next |I I teamed up with Dennie Galehouse :i StranahanPosts

Meet with aft on<< In th* fourth mplonships. ,' opponent .would be Zale. but Behrens Continues to earn the Boston Red Sox a 7-2 Welles Stake

} ant Uwn M hlihtMl. a four nm Miss Osborne defeated Mrs. they had no preference for a : victory over the' Chicago White Champ;

)0 tttbUi tnninc rally by amathlng a Mary Muller *t South Africa. 6-0. site. River Forest Wins I i Sox before 6,213 persons yester- Opening I CHICAGO lAP t ) Calumet Farm

hallo 1/taAid double.iala 48.S.. in a makh played in Graziano experienced the hapI i day. Fervent won the $90000 added

.Ie leales Ta.ar1 i Intense heat. pie t moments of his life. The 25- I RIVER FOREST. Dl. [API I Williams got three hits his 16th : ; Claims Crown Dick Welles stake for thrH- ar-

I tr r w./J.1 t a/Na?r w R.1 Louise Brouih of California also year-old New Yorker was )jubilant Whitney Reed, of Alameda Cal, home run and two singles driving Round VictoryDES olds yesterday for his thirdstraight
J- : : : : 1/ : Ioat a set before she vanquished GLASGOW TAP Dado Ma- at
I : although he Is not recognized as yesterday advanced to ,the finals in three runs to pace Boston's 11 victory Arlington Part
.. ... .. I . t .1 I Mr*. W U. Peterdy of Hungary. champion yet in his home State of of the boys' division in the River hit attack. MOINES tAPl Defending. rjno: Honolulu flyweight, defeated The Brolite Farm You'11 See was
/I- 1 1 1 1Mr M 1 /1a 1 '. t-1. 4-t. t-4, while Doris Hart of Champion Frankie Stranahan and Rinty Monaghan of Belfast, second and the Canadian Cass
tennis tourna I
Forest Junior .
1 New open
M 1 I rarMaall 101T0. fAI
::;: 1 : . :t.1a : : : : ;i! ...&&aml. "... was extended In eliminating I The New York Boxing Commission ment. Reed defeated Alfred Kuhn. It .i CHIUCII pr uli1r b. I Medalist Marvin [Bud Ward Irish flyweight champion in a Camara owned' by William f
a+ rPA f 1tirw.M 1 ttt1lAt.at1 .',, Signora Ann Use Boast of ; IteMe.3b 1 I I . R'.3'' t 1rtetr.tt 'I survived the round of : non-title fight at Hampden Park Morrissey was third.
. took away his licence last of Evanston. HI. in his semi-final opening
/ .
t.rw .
IN t J l I 1iw I I ,
.. .r I 1 I .._p lilt t Italy. 7.3.t. '-3. Mrs. Patricia February because of his! failure to match. 6-1 6-0. )1..11 S Ii. "t.hI.of Appll" tit t I 1 1 S. match play in the Western Amateur football stadium last night when Fervent ran the mile in 1:43: 3-5

r..Ma..P.. .t .. .TMwlt p . . Canning Todd of California romp- report three offers of $100000 In the junior division defending 1I11..1f 1 1 J T......'.. 4 1 11. Golf Tournament yesterday the; Irishman was disqualified in and paid $3.20 $2.80 and $2 40You'll
Mra1 t. t . .
awls. rtan/ S
1 t.
s 1'tt1ll..1f 1. 1 1
:= : : : i (i eel to an easy victory over left- bribes! At the same time the com- Champion Buddy Behrens of Fort jJ..I..rf 1 S S .T..r 4. IS'J.I" but not until they had received the ninth round. See an outsider in the
t I .al I handed Mrs. Anne-Marie Seghers mission cancelled his return bout Laud+?rdale. Fla. won his fourth- t 1 III AMhnta.M. . S t sincere warning that the championship The bout was put on as a sub- betting paid $13.4 and $6.00 and

t- i1 i ire tw ?- f inli of P'ranc1.. '-0. with Zale. which had'been scheduled round match over Charles Stelnke. GNelwtr Trya.ru.e t t.I 2 I .I .t 1"n.IWkerr r J.t. .I t. 1 1 road is going to be rocky stitute after Jackie Paterson of Casa Camara paid $4.80.I .
1Nw/ti1 w -= ': Ma Tom Brown of San Francisco for Madison Square Garden. Hinsdale. m. 6-2 60. Two California ,,Aarrhw . e. 1frRadri i,fall the way.Stranahan.. Scotland the world flyweight i I William Hells entry of Miss

raartl r/tw/ w .... w wRla1- M rs i I top-seeded in the men's division: New York on March 21. entrants-George Gentry I illtltilrpp I .1 : : : ; I the muscular shoti champion collapsed early yesterday Kimo and Cosmic Bomb finished

e.- wweir I:, reached the third round by de It seemed then that Zale-the and Jerry Dewitts-also won their -----1; --- i maker from Toledo. 0.. had to so and withdrew from his sched- out of the. money in the m!rt-

s.1..a fault. 33-year-old ex-steelworker from fourth round battles. : TNak" :. T11lrltl TnaN (' S I:ri I'twenty-tuo holes for a 1-up vic- uled title fight against Marino. week stakes event considered a

f'Y..-.rJ r. Gary Ind.-would be certain to Bernie Segal of Tampa. Fla. A-riled by .w Mniap Per:Ramll Irt ttlLPwn ;;, tonover Slim Milton (Mickey] The champion had exhausted tuneup for the Rich Arlington

P.Ienrr ',''Mintz Quits PromotingTo retain his 160-pound crown In was eliminated in the fourth -... %/II ., 1:1-1 Beal. Clinton. Ia. himself trying to get down to the classic which is to be run Julr 26.
--. l'h1iaM; ._ O' aaa an oaj-Irrer 112 pound weight limit. I I
ay.a LMr ww' aC -- Ire his second defense of it. round as he lost to Grant Golden. 1: : Al>llilna. fjjiif .katlad 1*: WIlHaata 7.tMerr Ward, of Spokane Washes Sam Ichlnose. Marino's manager -
tN w --: --. iLalr w RprMl Manage Charles But the challenger's head hooks Chicago 6-4. 6-3. T.......... Icon Philltr.: Tnrkar Ta- two-time national and Westernamateur STEELERS LOSE DUDLEY
:; arw W = w staggered Zale several times in the Ruth Andrews Mee kill: r>lM vl l... Mnwa. .Ap>4in>. TerNaha -. announced he would claim PITTSBURGH [API 1 Pres. Art
: : -
= girls
: e.r. :-r. tdrlsett CHICAGO lAP) Jack Mints announced In the Junior roa: ,,'101a..... Karrifim. : GalrhimH" inlMatlN. titlist and low amateur Paterson title.
-. reef--/ M 1rA a stir ww. ye terday that'he had resigned fourth round and they gave him of Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Pmibl plart: ....",.. Imrrr and In the recent U.S. Open, Rooney of the Pittsburgh Stealers
1- .. itrlr I Rrwf a am matchmaker for the ArtRoon..Barnf'Y such a murderous smashing In the interscholastic champion ]ra.... ln "'c haw: Anew a. tlrlnt. "*. sweated said his National League football
as out a 2 and l decision
art -r w f r.et ,ir .r r wlr. Puw ..n kalto. Bvffiat .I. HarrM I. truckRiffini There are about 200000 physicians
__ Fight sixth that Zale went reeling around in the second'round Dixon club has given up hope of retaining
r 1; 1- r 1,1 T1wtr McOinley was eliminated ant: :. M>nihrrt L Hlia: cff Raman over husky David of New in the United States about
., a.w I r' s. alt M r/tntrr M Club in Pittsburgh to devote all the ring;, with Rocky throwing his by Stephanie Prychitko of A I. I iiwinM; Hirrtn In 1 'Inarn' 'a; )IdrrArfrr Orleans. Bill Dudley, leading: ground
hrrrr IHrwtw'. M atttr.rr tarts' w61IrJJ : fists like hammers at him. Zale' 6-3. 1 In L .1........ l..oliw a4lrkrr. Jiu"..... three-quarters of whom are in active gainer in the loop last year. for _
his time to managing zuni Hamtramck. Mich. 9-7 2-6 Jack Donohue of Sioux
atra ant .. City
r a al.re rl lw: ClaNrwrim. ]vm ami Mrt ... Tlaie: !_>/. practice.
a_.. .... Raarr. 1'tttrww eM Charles, long-armed Cincinnati swayed this way and that and former Eastern Intercollegiate service with the team next Fall)

... ... ..., ': Negro who Is ranking contender finally fell nearly to the canvas f champion at Georgetown University

I fnr the light-heavyweight championship. backward in a neutral corner.However U.S. Track Squads Dutch Leonard Wins eliminated the veteran Bob SPECIAL I

MOVING..., ? i Charles. slated to fight Heavyweight . ', from completing, the ropes the prevented fall; and him he Leave for EuropeNEW Ninth Game as Phils hue Cochran von of with St. Louis a birdie 1 up.'3 on Dono the 4 HOI/ tS DRY CLEANING RAD FOR SERVICE DEPENDABLE

..J.... M W:hntriTi Elmer Violent Ray in did not go down. YORK IAPJ Eighteen of 18th and finished with a 72 medal Service
New York July 35. and if he wins Zale managed to.stagger out of Turn Back Reds 4-1 score. MANGHAM'S CLEANERS CALL 111I
I America's top track and field.ath
GftlANeOTtANSFfft :
that one has been promised a the corner with Rocky after him. ALTERATIONS! DFLIVEBTPbOB
the Amateur
I selected by
!< t STORAGE CO. i I ten-round ao-etlled non-title flxht Boom! Boom! Thudded Graziano s letes PHILADELPHIA [AP] Veteran' X-t7M ASSOCIATED 5300
Joe t Athletic Union will leave by air Minor Head 44* W, Rabins** AT. 'I
rift ma with Heavyweight Champion heavy fists into the helpless cham ', today for Europe to compete in a Emil (Dutch Leonard; pitched a Leagues
Louts In November pion' face until Zale-with'blood three hit 4 to Twin over the Cincinnati &
--- --- - -
series of meets in 11 countries.
""-, flowing from his lips, and his face One group of nine men. man- Reds tonight before a For New All-Time
:-+ :. battered like a plum pudding Carl Olson of Pittsburgh crowd of 10.832 for his ninth win .
aged by
i! fell forward half way through the Univ.. will compete in Norway, of the season against four defeats. Attendance Record

.ropes, until the count of Knockdown : CINCINNATI. IMI PNILADElr NIA CI ; 1 1 '
i iby i Sweden Denmark Scotland and i1r 1 .1 Jr 1. . i iRtwhlhrf ,OlG ILr
Timekeeper Joe Lipp had France. Another team of nine, t If. AItori....... s. 1iirlra9 COLUMBUS rAP 1 Minor
A SHORT STORY I reached "two." headed by James Kelly of the University 1 I t.A
i At that Instant Referee JahnI of Minnesota will see ac- Mni.ll' : :' : : : a'Tatw.21' : : : :. ; 1 attendance record well 'in +

I I ny' Behr Intervened and helped I tion in Czechoslovakia Poland Runti I t F.-I..1f . s : 'excess of 35 million'paving spectators

I Zale out of the rope, meanwhilemotioning Greece Turkey Austria and Hun- lal..1f I. I t I Praa/rt/ t t. 1 fMfllrw as 388 teams perform in ,
I I. I 1 i MMeat1. . 1 It r
Arrow Graziano to his corner gary. 1......._.. I . r t Trratn N. . A 1 i 52 leagues this year; a surveYby Y
1 and ending the fight In a _..r.. I. . I.'Ltmud.p L L I the National Association of
fashion that was merciful to \ tlatw I. . el' gI Professional Baseball Leagues
I' i I Gta.hert.. I. . II
il.I I ISdCviol
Zale and a technical knockout FSL Roster Changes I --I Ii disclosed yest rday.

I WORT Sleeved sport hlrt I victory for Graziano. j 'o Orlando Mofti nq Sent nell i "Talala fcr M InalHRi 1 I 1M: II;! T..... tt 4 II SMIBrnrv I George"M Trautman. association :, .

l 1 arc the fathlon thai .nmineraAv At the end of the fifth round SILVER SPRINGS Florida State L a- I firnmrlMl ant fnr \mAft leer la IMh. president pointed out the 1
i Zale, was ahead on points. Referee true ll.adauaNrs heft Ut nitbt *nnounrvd Mara kr iimiiiiartnrlmiati ; i I 42 leagues operating last season

ld the heat and enjoyfreedom Behr had tabulated 28 for Tony m.de the donna following the day player:: roaterchance. , and 22 for Graziano. Palatk Retn.tated and released Jo eNapotea. .... ,
1 ; : H Talvir Ram kattxl la: YaamgTahnr said each could easily be expected !
and relaxation In I rtlraami Candida Mrndtxabal Z ailnirk. . "'. *.. "T_ka a kilaA4aa : 1 1 :
an ARROW a name I I Dartena Beach aitnrd w. O Sofia and ... Rila*. Thne-....a kit: "'.lkrT. Pedro to show a 10 per cent } \ tNi
1- r I returned ROT Dotir.Ua to St Pctersbnra two: RrMmMla. .&'...* Karnrir*: AlhrlxkLrxvW increase. i
? ynonymotu with l KILL HIS I Sanfnrd Martin reinatated Zuba. Edwin Daria and diaablrd ,* plan: Rittm. Zlntara. and Twiia: Lmard. He credited a better brand of { Wtl J, r"
Albrlinr tad Rrlmllm. l.oft. > law: "
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Kentucky Athletic Plan .As Score 13-lnning, 2-1 Win Over Senators

Severely Hit by Probe .

1 1I I a I''Thursday, July 17, 1947 WrlilnDu Binrnin &rnti fl Page 9CrackDriversEnterAuto

I FRANKFORT Kv, [AP 1 The University of Kentucky.'p Palatka Lake All-StarSquad
# Plays
tr +6' H.k.U..U( team I
ran Is with Tilt
wl.... 'notball plans the nation's best and Announced for
are a..med RacesFSL
at bowl-game bids has
beat roMlv ..d.f'd to puttl.lerre its At Winter Garden
.1 sports program on an
'nchnc. Orlando Again _
... .. ..... Keartleas report toCV [Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel] I I -- I ,

- AM MMMHI.****. tMl4 WMU f ,fid OnffrnbMen>nt Chtraco G-Men Lambast manager CLERMONT announced of the-Lake Jerry the all-stars squad Morrison, yes-he LetsDownBarsonLimifed !'Saints[ Shade Shirley Fry [Winter Haven

Here terday
.M-ftf.. Tonight
ft >n $to
While admlnUUa.M had selected to represent the five I

j I .ad lplatee. deaed. athS.tka Lake County teams in the Lake- Feds 1-0 In Ace Latest To

sl k.*lletr.u 1ft Islets in an all-star contest ,
Mier untyn. 4-2 ; Orange League
-With two
... . away In Semi-Finals
.. . .. PMI..wonattudi : against Jim Mobley's Orange
the 13th Inning. Frank Paulick
$ III ... f Itlaldered County squad at Winter Garden Record Tilt i
i = ama rapped a tingle over short to batin tomorrow night. I ISJU1! ?rbnL!:

1 '..j M.allalh .. la terms of 'To Hold Lead Skipper Johnny Toncoff to give i The game at 8-1S: p.m. tomor- I I (P' -.e ol to Orlando Mom,ng Sentinel! I I of

I ttk rMlglsk ........ ef the unt. big the John Orlando Theobold Senators a 2.1 here win over last row at Walker Field is the second Service PlayersPALATKA SANFORD-Art Stillwell singl-
i w1.it M ..... be better at 'oot. nlEht. inter-league all-star game this ed Stan Karpinski home in the i;: I the hottest; stock car racers in UM

... eM ......b.. were just | 't 11) M > >o M,. .14 Sen-.,,,,!r1 season. The Lake squad whippedthe State. yesterday added his nama
Theobold had control. a':
perfect aggregation 7-3, in fifth inning to Saint Augustine to the growing list! of entries for
DAYTONA Orange ;
pia M tar iho fun BEACH The
.JMM of playM & of [CAP! Defend-
hurling shutout bail for eight and 1 [API As a result i
I | ........ thn tor the fun 1 0aln.s.Elie O-VIrn. portected their the first encounter July 4Morrison's 1-0 decision over Sanford here i I s I. : the big stock car racing program
of two-third innings but Skipper Lou action taken by Florida State
E. Victor Seixas
squad will include ing Champion Sunday afternoon at Azalea DrtTI -
I .hMr" ih report slated' lender State League lead here last night in a fast one hour and ; '
Bevil of the Senators broke it League Directors here yesterday 1!
last al.hb up Barks. Pemble and Alsobrook of smashed his way into the quarter ing Park off the Sanford-Orteado
.i.... a. M.........' ata" i'place Daytona, handing Beach the last- with a double to left center and Mount Dora. Hooten and Mont- more unlimited service players 16 minute game-believed to bea I Highway.P. .
blander finals of the Pennsylvania
J pit. ftwtkasaM sad .11"11 their JOtb straight defeat and going all the way to score when I gomery of Tavares. Baffles of Eus- soon may be seen in action around I' new league record for a full nine : A. (Red] How-ell, generalmanager
... ..*. Danny Lastres made a bad throwto and the circuit. lawn tennis singles championship -
a..ary lr the. their Htb In the last IS starts tis. Maxwell. McTureous Rig- innings of play. of the Orlando Auto .
j ..tt... of Me her *4.*.|... than 4&02. Danson at third on the relay in. don of Umatilla. and Moore Wil- I This decision came when a motion -: CharlIe Bissen for the Feds and yesterday with a 6-2, 6-2 Ruing A MIL. said the crock

I art Mm. raHni. r..*... sal feufWfciiM It was the 16th win for Theobold was touched for banks. Games, Ledoux, McCraryand that would have allowed all big Jim Ketcher tangled in one I,'! decision over Jimmy Wade of driver' 1939 Ford coupe had
I tae the .. rangy singles in the opening frame by Hayes of Clermont. clubs to have four veterans under
Nfsro N t' been to
Oeorte FMIU. the O-XIens ace I of the tightest hurling duels seen Palo Alto, Cal. I "souped" up a point
of Braziel and Lou Bevil and control at time was defeated I I
Ottff Aarw.h.5., Ty gate one where It would be able to tUck
righthander against.
only fourOainecvtlle's in the league this with
up his third hit to Manning in the I by Orlando's negativeote.. Un- year : Billy Vogt Princeton University
off In the
1ouH, a top speed neighbor
7T. VIM***...? of Kentucky balls der that had been Ketcher getting the nod over the ,
fifth. He issued no bases on Pirates Tame league by-laws I i captain defeated Nick Carter San 1 hood of 120 miles-per-hour.
Rlld eRber $U*. firrt two runs and Sanford righthander
asaOuntes the entire amended a few minutes to
game. prior I
I the margin of rtctory the I Francisco 6-4 6-4. Anderson's stock car has a V-8
tlgslt Y siwseld were Buddy Lake and Ralph Satter-
rfurn He set the side down In order in the vote, unanimous vote of all
result of two Islander Sidney B. Wood. New York Ford engine transplanted from his
errors hit
II -. to a field were the only Feds able to
its the second third fourth sixth clubs now is required to amend the
.. ... IbNtdl.t batsman a da fluke single which solve the "nothing ball" that Ket- seeded eighth conquered Dave o regular big car racer.
.. bobbed and seventh innings: gate up a constitution or by-laws outside of 'I(|I Perachonock. Philadelphia, 6-1 Howell indicated some 30 entrants
over Shortstop Mite8ofla' ,
... tlrwr on t' K bane of sacrifice m the eighth after Batts Red Hats 6-4 the annual meeting. cher was tossing in the Municipal
6-1 Yale
Dorfman. star
head. ; would compete in the fire-
Puilt drove In the
tar Park. Bissen six hits while
y in Oo*., I i gave up
nor In reached first on an error, and retired ,
third I beat Gil Hunt, Washington, 6-3. event
racing Sunday
1 t. run in th. seventh with a So under present league rules striking out three batters. program
M'Bafl (tad outs them in order in the llth
16-2. George Pero. Coral Gables which add to 75 miles of
ingle : racing -
wttii and the final tally came onMncles I and providing clubs can operate up
fcbf. M I" AU611STlNE IAN'ORD
Hs education' and 12th. :, to Orla! "do Mon ng Sentinel] I .
Fla., eliminated Diehl Matter Jr., and he crowd of
by Bid Johnson and Jay within the salary limit while .5,5.5'. .5,5.. expects a
tr. Thorp combined Toramv: Hyde was in rare LEESBURG The Lee!'burg K.I.II..'.. 4 1 I 11 5.info....w 1 . 1 4Led. Haverford (CPal College. 7-5. 6-3; I from 3.000 to 5.000 to witness the
with Infield I doing, each club
!...>.. ir of tM BauUwasternQaattitMIMV out an form also. Danny Lastres and Pirates pushed across three runs in so : can carry as .. 1 1 1 1 L.ka1b I' 1 5 and Ed Moylan San Francisco I event Several crack Cocoa driv-
many as 14 veterans at one r..lkk.d I. t t s 7n.lld.tb, 4 5 I IS I
AlttbMaftft. T ffl-Ht'Mt'tfO'tMiis .<.....VIUI t ..n..* BtACM 1 Shaw Buck collected singles in the eihtgh to gain a 6-4 victoryover 0 time, although only three of Wi........ 451 1 1 H.n".rf IS I. top-seeded ousted Hal Burrows, ers have already entered the races
fl.s.ii> T.k 11or1d.. 111555> a* r S S the tint but a double play palled DeLand's Red Hats here last K.rpn.kl.e 4 I 1 t w.... 25 15S1 3 Univehsity of Virginia. ,6-0. 6-4.
ft all MosMHSftys bb.U dub aI' 4 5 SI* II**. rat.M all I him out of trouble. lie shut night. r them can be listed on the club'sactive hd.7b 11 S S Rudr.r 1 . 2 S'I' O and Rol I The local racing group is
Shirley Fry Akron. ,
/141 w Ird..lb l S I I roster. ",U".II.. t 5 t I "T7Iu.if I . S eA.In.wf sponsoring Sunday's racing
_w 14 salt ls itorto last season a..4 1 ,1/ ...5.,. 4. : ; : theulp.1 out for the next DELANO I LtESBUKC I 1 I .'rr&e J 5 5 3 5 I, tins College, ranked first reached with
. .. . jointly Orlando Exchange
. .
1M jlasgaa rsltM. ..e11 seven andMount Ir.a.... 4 1 1 1 w... i . s i.w. three frames only to have rauliC"k 5,5tinlpp.r.d .' At the request of Sanford Dir ...._.. 2SSS3-Bi.; ... I. S S I the semi-finals of the Pennsyl- ;
.. 1. 1 'Ud..2It s S l 1 t t .,. _.. Club as a benefit affair for
........ t1uN 1 1 1 Ihw.f 4. 1 1. score on a single by Theo 1_.%" t 1 1 S 3 _.rt :III 4. . John Krider Sanford Mgr. Don |I Ii 15555 vania and Eastern women's tournament I Kenton
: SSlwu4 a E I e -- -- Wilson, an Orlandoanparalyzed
-- = : 11 : J.. ..w $5515 bold after he had received a free iIr7 J. 15 1 GNN.... I I S 1 Iw..wll.lr i Murray will be given a hearing Txali 33 1 ;17 15 Trial !; I J 17 U '1'! by defeating Mrs. Helen I I from
1. 2 5 tsltxd t I I 1 1 { the hips down
4 ,
es.S 45 1 1 --.. $55 I Ia..45 o ;I Ii -IL.aw1N MM foe Kill*. !. Itoinn.
trip to firkU .. at Daytona Beach so that he can I
Dora 1.&N. I" S 1 I Herntw 1 I I I 1M Pedersen. Boston 6-1. 6-0. who is being: rehabilitated
I S S S Iytwr. kr IMIWHi :
Stops I S I S S Lou Beril paced the Senators 1'5. lb 3 1 s \I I nlbb/-.et.. Ill . i[ reply to Daytona Beach fans' Animtliw .w ..11.1 through the efforts of the civic
.... 15 5 1 I S ."..,...1" I 1 1 1 .
....... MnSM'.f.I -- with a double and single in five ....._.... t 11 1 10.11.01 4 1 1 s tKI sworn charges that he hurled .n'4....... orgaBization. Between $5rOO and
nlsr1I1a15..M ) billed I. Snll.ell
Zcllwood 8.2 Lrtml )1. Rubs :
....... .. -- .. trim and Buck. Paulick and Theo '...._.. 11 I S 11'U.w.S.' I' 1 1 2.HI1N I abusiVe and obscene language at 0 ct: ...kf. K.n>in"k1. A........ ln.Mr Yankees Pace $600 out of Sunday's gate receipts
Sal 555 S 'f1.N..p S S I S ShManll them. Pres. AI Combs had fined ..,. .... ,.....
111 'M 4 bold each collected two for five : I* Manor I* 11att. Left Mik complete the club's
..i .....-. ..... a. aa I I 1 S him which he ..M: HI. AufUtllur (. ....,. for the Pa'atkans. $100.
rod. S.SrS/Ira. Ss.11. rw t paid. ... ,.. ect for building Wilson a home
MOUNT DOHA The Uacu a.1. elf 10. <1 1 RIM** I. Wok Ml: k* fctlilmI.
r r..... ...._ -.-. Y..b.. ... Chi-o D souzas sparked the T-l.l. 3; 4 4 14 14 Tol.ll II" 11714 j Directors also voted to purchase KIM..I 3. WlMln plus,. K.wbntt and special workshop.
t4>4Bby UotsM Dor Mne arotvdl t..S.Ls .1.aS .. t -nalk4 tor H..*.... In ...IL ... ... .
5.r. M rys
Azalea defense with several sensational a suitable award for each of the ( 5l'ilm RJNw: I Blum: > 5.d MuWn
.. .... 8-_ fur oiinm-k* h.. 2nd l. *ik.kjf .
a. t victor vr .Wttwood bPr.E9 \r-a 5..5. I-1.i p 5.5. IS Tim* W ..IW 1 ,14.Supreme. Other drivers in the field include -
_. Toronto
.......... w I.Mrr -- - ..-. stops to rob Senators of iimtnoI.M1 : 28 players appearing in theLeague.s OpenTORONTO
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M a IkeOrangeNh ..w .. _._ la r ...,.. ..I rlmost base knocks. Manning .. - '" M* t* (11-4.mhfirt All-Star at St. veterans from Orlando, Cocoa -
-. Orctl lUrfcsMAC -......- 1 ,..,.. I ..... IM. t ___. .. sure :. ; .- MM Ml ru-4 game and Daytona Beach. How ellpredicts
r..I II" I .,._. .. P.5. ta.rl 1 _. frisked outstanding ball for .Orlando .a.rrar.' Wad.WI. Ool.fc_ Kara tailed !.: Mra. Augustine last Sunday. Judge A. CourtPonders I this weekend's third
._ .... the Sonia w .a"1- 1 __ ..-. w Iv..N.TIr .. -icliMrk' .Ran.' BMtnar 1. Hlrkkln.wMuntrr S. Herlong Jr., vice-president took [TAP A parwalloping race
.. ". Kelt. Mnnek. Tku. kit,' : "atl m.... ....f s.a r 55.5 I kApopka L'r're Kill Taylor chased : W.... ,,1. ..,_.. _.. ....tt. ,....,.. over the presidency at the closeof contingent of Americans and Azalea one-mile oval, win be even :
m..s. .. . r ,t-lfT Red Abreu from the gamef amrMV: Hmlnitnn. 'AI mm k..a: ,........ the meeting as Combs left fora State Canadians took apart Scarboro's better than preceding events. .
.. .... ... .._ .
'-+ 7 H w ".no: Iff K 4
i 'e.a.wswS ISS.1 Takes 9-0 ,'p arguing too loud and long and ...... two week's vacation tough course yesterday and an :
He also said
Iunck and
I I ........ 4 . a 5 imrk I >> 1 Htwk wt: kj Kiananaa) posters bumper
*''nir objectionable language in 0)' .. HI,.: off, :Mnnrk. 4 In I I 3 Innliwa.mm even two dozen bettered regula- !1 strips advertising the

: ei.e.1 i i sssrr w+ i. i i. .i i. '!'Win From Parkers the first inning end chased BillLmns o to: on n"rnn),..Id.: k.S KI.!. .J._.1..._In./iMuWht.. I :rorHIS b, Irish Plan Football Fish Problem tion figures in the first 18 holesof been widely distributed races in Cocoa ted

I. S l . ...... .. 1. 1 1 Born; the dugout for riding )1 tnrh IKn'_!. Wild' Htrhv: Munck. Balk: play for the $10000 Canadian and Winter Haven as well as in
5 . w l i s itl. r 'It t'* a4 r...,0 S.r to"J) him on the d- islon at home plate )'Unril.'inn'n... pnrbtr: MII@K' fnpiratBolH : : Finals at New York j, TALLAHASSEE (UP] The Leon Open Golf Championship. Thir- I the Orlando area.

1. .. ., .' 1.1111' 1'. APOPKA A pop t. handed when Brvtl came In to score in the and Balnrrk.---Tiaw ml-fan: 1.55. I NEW YORK lAP In celebration County Circuit Court yesterdaytook teen more of the field of 159 came I Time trials for the races will be

. a 11.1l Winter Park a '-0 shellacking ninth. o of the 100th anniversary of under advisement a sUit!(i I through in even par. I held at 5 pm. tomorrow.

tQ/w. 11111 her yesterday to cling to their StandingsI the first wholesale emigrationfrom seeking to invalidate three acts of Out in front in the first quar- \
pact en* off Mount Dora's
fame Tavares Scores 8-5 I. o Ireland to the United States ter of the '72-hole chase was 27-
*..e. .: : M r5 155 4 1111 Lake-Oraote League lead. Jim I I STATE LEAGUEaolta o the all-Ireland football finals will 1 the 1947 Legislature and enjointhe year-old Johnny Palmer of Ba- I
.. Mahaf turned in four hit I Taitara'ay
w S. 1 Win Over Clermont r.I.". 2. ORIWkM: ) 1152 limlngt. be played at the Polo Grounds State Board of Conservation din N. C, who dropped five
.. .. .. ... pltchlnc in gaining the shutout. I fiaiMTllla 4. l>.,...a Brark X.l here on Sept. 14. 'from exercising Jurisdiction over birdies on the back nine and
...w. 1/51. .t .I4)TI. ,.. . .. o
PaM ap. IN. Ilnf 4
I su -- in Lake Okeechobee and
yew ...... 5.s --= Aea4 55.55 .* rk . IV' 'I I' C'atvfc' Mcrrwtq Son+1lf'1J 1 ... "01."" .' 1, Hanfnnli '. I It will mark the first time on fishing finished with a 66, five strokes DIAPER SERVICE
.... __ .... : L .._ .. 4Sl5CArN.w I a S Ipy.l TAVARES Tavares defeated Caaia* ,,,,., record that any nation has picked ; the St. Johns River. under par.
E.4 a.w S.a11MM L ar e 5. 5 5 -tt. ,k 4 1 1 1 1wa. here in aLakeOrange Palaika' ORLAMHt.l up the championship contest of The three acts define bream I I For ****nr tin. .r Immediate Delivery
..... 4 w .11r 1 ... r 555w ... l e t 1 IWMIM4I I a I Sbwf Clermont.. yesterday naun at IWIaad.Hwlana I bass and crappie [in those waters Two American pros and a trans PHONE 2-3357
with : its national sport and set it down
a.55 a ot_ e..5 5.1 rtnmn Ik 1 i I I I League game Rtark at l.ilnatvill
... .- ..... ...... .-- .........1 I S 5 4 4)....... 1 I I t sSa's Ed Doss hurling eight-hit ball ...n'.. at HL .01....".*. o intact on foreign soiL I as salt water fish, give the Con- planted Canadian amateur romp
1-" w 11I. I M lac S I atMaMlk 1 1 .H s ',; - - servation Board authority over the ed in behind Palmer With 675. -
. They Haefner of
.--. I . 5 p.ar1. If 45 t I S DeLand Bids For "waters and tax fresh water fish were Clayton r r -_ .--
double and single in five times
11 < -'I"U.O orrioNtDUnreLAMD : Hollywood Fight Charlotte N. C. Vinesof ;
5.4.115 4 a S IM_.' I S I S/ i 1 caught there. The State Game Ellsworth JJ, J ll: S
'APi Johnny Luttt r........ 1SIS'.__. I S S 5'b. at batCltFMtMT. I I and Fresh Water Fish Commission Los Angeles former United ;
: !.. Probe Is Closed
t.. MUtty MkTt.4e>r purchased ..* M 4)) Silts. Tod. II. .)jf I* : . 55,55.w.Nw ; College Golf Meet i which seeks to prevent com- States Davis Cup tennis player lh ,:, U41 '1
.*..*r tout from tb* at.HTOTM w1.. P.5 w w 5-S I. w 4 1 I I S_.of 11 1 5IIsi | j LOS ANGELES TAP] The death mercial fishing In the waters, contends and Nick Wisnock now of the Detroit -
C .test May. Anna 41 I Sr.x. 4 1 I 1 4 1 Spe tol to Orlando Mom ng Sentinel l] '''of 1
was op. act t 1 5e-4 Bantamweight Benny Clevelandthe I that the Legislature cannot Meadowbrook Club who JI.irrifK I j a J
I I 1 I .111.y. 1 1 1 4 ItJ
5.S' 5I. Wllkaa L Cut nil.a 19..b.N. DELAND An invitation to 10
I *. lee Ka sas City club of aaw, --. aM kkaaa. Aaka. 1. w. Ma- .._jT 4 t I 5 SEII&p I 1 I 1 I i first fatality of an estimated pass laws in conflict with commission started his golfing career at the -
.10 AM*UB AMortalton. tM Mrs i ...!>- ...... __ N.t.a5..wlpS M .._.. *. S tMOrrlk 1 .._. ... I 1 I 1 I Florida colleges to participate In a 15,000 boxers who have performedin o regulations. Scarboro Club and still retains his J 8 [EgQttP.: 'jY f
. S 1TiakalaTIk S1/ .t I" I I Florida Golf Championship
Y Yaafce. announced >e.u,. SAM Baa* .., mfl Ma afta> L 5..1e.rl.ldtl5.st Intercollegiate I
the Hollywood Legion Stadiumwas amateur status. -- - -
t S 1 1
S 1 /6..d
by 5..54. t. 5 wa L mH kxaraj larakrtiaM mm: a NMw.I.S... w..p i ......... 4 S. a I R.n.1I'' t 1 2 1 I 1 tournament. to be held officially closed yesterday.(t "Nature did not see fit to ............,.,....,....,.-. -..-_-- -. ._
w .woo I .. I ILL.i. _ltd ptwt..lS.bfwy ...._.p 1 I 1. 4 "_.1" 1 1 III 1Mw5 ., here next March yesterday was make these fresh water fish , ---- ---------- -
A coroner's absolved Cleveland's
.'..a I SS ..$....-"" 15555 issued by the Chamber of Commerce's Jury salt water fish" Atty. Earl Fan .
-- : a,1w.2 w t t 1 Committee which victorious opponent Louis. declared, "and the Legislature ,
WATCH FOR US : II I.tid.d 15 S I SI' Sports [ Mexican i ican't Ir r
'', is sponsoring the matches to be Babyl Adame 21-year-old do it either." j
Bailes Hurls Eustis I i T.<.. U. t II U: T-.U 41 IHtTlt held at the College Arms Golf from Los Angeles, of any ': I rr

UW -. .. I Course. blame, and gave similar exonera- The board's legal counsel held' Listen In! i
4'5._ laS Sit -ITaiam | I i iI
ITo Win Over Ocoee :, 14 4lt IIa I Plans have been made to make tion to Referee Herbe Greene,I that the waters had been defined I
.... 0 i
Kmra: ttCnrr S. >| IIM.| ('. Km* Matchmaker Charles MacDonald as salt water before the commission ,
'<* aal to Orktndo Mon >>g Sentinel!tEUS11S haitw la: wutwa .. Mrfrai*. I...., Ip.q.awls. '' this an annual golf tournament. was empowered by constitutional
and the Stadium staff. I
( ...,. E. IMM S. __u. H.It Tw- Next year's contest will be held : have
-HIl1T Bailes hurled amendment to jurisdiction -
fcaa Mtl. : IlL 1_ ataaaAaar. Hall raawr. Left '
either March 11 18. A
two-hit ball to pitch Eustis to an mm Miaa: 111'HIM T. '1'..._ IL a.. r b.11a1: or major- o over fresh water areas.
H Itl......, .. L I.. 4. ....* Mu : 57. ity vote of the schools will determ- Browns Sign Young
I.J win Ocoee here yesterdayIn N.
ever T.
. .. I JOHNSONChief
M iy E. t- 4. Hit: en VincMarj ine whether the teams will be
a Laki-Orsnte League game It M 1 1-* ...*....s. sit __ I Ie.I. t-J I- composed of four, five or six men. Southpaw Hurler Winter Garden i
in which J. Stewart had a perfect .
------- I Schools invited are: Florida
ST. LOUIS [lAP The St. Louis
day collecting three
at singles
and a double in four trips, Pro Net Troupe State University University of I Browns yesterday signed Jack Trips Umatilla of Police Daytona Beach
Kees swat'S Tampa University of Miami Flor- Silvers 18 year old southpaw /
II i 555 1 5 5 551. 5s. ida Southern College Rollins University pitcher from Corning, N. Y, and [I5ce" ol to Orlando Morning; Senfinell I.I ;- t
,1 ....aa. S S C S 1 M.nk.n 4 I t a 4a.IsNA Off to EnglandNEW o of Florida Alva Edison Jr. I the lad was In uniform at last WINTER GARDEN-Jim Mob- e

*I *I S I 5 I STIS.w'ftmtmn.ft 4rrmmtMf.fl IKaklii 1 S 1 I 1 S I S YORK (lAP] Four American College Jacksonville Jr. College I night's games with the Philadel- .ley pitched and batted his Winter /1 i =

.. t SSa15.141(1 left Stetson and West Palm Beach Jr. phia Athletics. He was graduated Garden nine to a 13-7 victory over I '
tennis stars
_Main. a I t t I n_* t IIII i professional a1 I II
College. Umatilla here last night. in WILL SPEAK
from high school last month. Stiv-
mmmtjt Ik t S 41 C. J.-wtag 4 5 1 5 5 by plane yesterday for England. .
abaa.k t I 5 t triawtmtxlk tMa 1 I 1 1 > where they will play a series of ers is 6 feet 1 inch tall and weighs Lake-Orange League contest. Mob- 1I

: S51/L 45155 exhibition matches In London. Red Sox Sell RussellTo I 195 pounds. o ley allowed eight hits and hit safe- I i .. r'r r ,
a>taa.aa 4 5 I S t alaa tk 4 I S a tA
_I..w I I t I arm w 1. 1 1.Isw.ed Brighton and Nottingham. : ly three times.in four appearances : I

..! S The four: Pauline Betz and Sacramento Seals o Robinson Breaks Date_ rn Hrar.tllU ky Innlan_ tiS 5 *M- T r k* I TONITE : 0

.... .. n i Ia ;; y.It. avail Sarah Palfrey Cooke. both former CHICAGO lAP The Boston Red o Wlm" G._ Ml 141 CIS-11 7R.ex5. f r ,
... With Promoter I .: If lifer ..* (.Idot..., Moklor tutTuhta. / ,
Ie LalaIlw. national women's amateur champions Boxing
Sox yesterday announced the out- .
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7:30 P.M. Over Station .
a-.. Bobby Riggs. national i l right sale of Utility Infielder Glen CHICAGO [API Los Angeles I WMFJ : :

_. 1 L r't..s. L Ttw.awn L men's pro tltllst. and Don BUdge.form.r [Rip] Russell to Sacramento of fight promoter Babe McCoy, woo} I SERVO STARTS COMEBACK IF I, 1
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1. NNs: a. a s.Ml I =
w.N. T. .. r- Lan .. >aiaa. 4r.w .. world pro champion: the Pacific Coast League. Sale of came to Chicago to sign Welterweight ALBANY. N. Y. (lAP Former 1450 On Your Dial .:
5.55 ; 5.w r _: elf w.1.. .. _. Russell who had been with the o Champion Ray Robinson Welterweight Champion Marty :

M4 (.II Halm,. elf.. mtturf*.*** mmt a k M(>a aran.' iMiaaa< t. katM; art Pro Grid Dodgers Are club a year and a half reduced o for a fight for the benefit of theo Servo who retired from the ring :

t a* S .. I.....ai. Wild initial I the Red Sox roster to 24players.. late Jimmy Doyle, said last night o because of a nose injury, will open 1. F
S. t_.ss. MMTC, ... ran Off to Training Site I Ray had failed to keep an appointment his comeback campaign In a bout -. ,

BROOKLYN. N. Y. IAPI While New Havens Bids For with him yesterday. here Monday. :..,..,........-.,..-,.......-...............:.
the full squad of the Brooklyn tI
LEXINGTON Ky. I lAP CharlesT Football Dodgers Is not scheduledto i Tandberg Ring Show

_z rtsher's sold It Dtxtana saddle hones Farm at yesterday auction - arrive at Sun Valley. Idaho until I I NEW'HAVEN AP] Matchmak I

Sunday, most of the 1947 personnel I er George Sheppard of the New
[ for 116.30. Top price in the I
dispersal sate was 17.000 which J. were en route yesterday to I Haven Arena said yesterday he PRE-INVENTORY
the training site. had cabled offer of :
I. of an $15,000 to
Youngtiusband owner Valley
..... ..: Coach Cliff Battles and his i
I Ollie
View Farm at Barrtngton. Ill. paid Tandberg, Swedish heavyweight .
"St assistants. Steve Hokuf. Tom
for Radiant Rhythm and her foal. to meet Nathan Mann of -1{
221 W. Church Scott and Wayne Gift, and Gen.
a chestnut colt by. Bourbon King. i New Haven in an open air match .
Fred Fitzsimmons hate already -
- here this Summer.WATCH .
checked in.SOLUNAR. r
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: Get It there on time-; TABLESAccording ,, I .

: to the Solunar : i
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Use "The Jack Rabbit Line"Daily tables calculated for this area I j

.f the State the best times

for banting and fishing will You can't use it now but Look these bargains over carefully, you'll i
be as follows with Major

periods Indicating tbe best buy it f. :

time and Minor periods tbe

f Service to. next best hours: C \
Jacket Van Heusen Shirts Coats +
. A. M. P. )(. H Bar C Leather Varsity Sport ,

Day Mln. Maj. Mln. Mai. Colored and white Reg. 27.50
{! Thun. 5:05: 11:4 5:45: A Cossack style Sport Jacket zip- Reg. 4 50

41 CENTRAL FLORIDA TOWNS Friday 6:05 12.1 6:45: 12:50 per front. New Fall Merchandise. Spec. 19.50 '

.Major Shnur ..riMs. Uatin* l,fc Reg. 19.50. Spec 2. .95 -
I I *. S "-- MI ._.t . ar* ...... iiiSlack .j.
i 11'a>'. ........ 4.. MC_.) kwt) Spec. 9.75 Nu-Matic Sport Shoes i i iI
pr.Id. .--. k-r*. b.ht 11'_ Dress Shirts
\ I : Tan ft White. Wing and Cap toe.

I MINIMUM I I 16 Cardigan Suits Shadow Sheer white dress Reg., 11.95 "i
RATE-35c Per
Package rUe- shirts. Reg. 3 95 .
i Spec. 7.95
-1 II
j ALL PACKAGES INSURED Reg. 29.50. Spec. 2.95 ,

I ( TicKNoXf e Spec. 19.50 Wilson Bros. Shorts' i

fjJ White
; gripper front :

5 Cardigan Jackets Panamas and Leghorns shorts Reg. 1.60 I

Reg.; 19.50 1/2 Price Spec. 1.00
: 11.95 .
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JACK .A." UH'''. Spec. 2.95 206 N. Orange Ave.
TICK-NOX"- \ \ \ .
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Page 10 -uJ ". (Orlanbfl.fHarnlnrj" foruttnd' <;' Thursday, July 17, 1947F Huff Gerald Robinson.I Lindalu Smedley were kitchen |I For essential minerals people Glass fibers long around t*.
100 times
: Richard Davis. Eddie Davis helpers. depend on the plants and animals
_ _ I Eva Lou McGee. Shirley Fret- be produced
Eddie Davis of the local church which get their calcium and phosearth at the Equator can
The U a holy thing for many jScout Court of Honor Church Service well was a junior assistant. was chosen as co-president of the I j photos and other bodybuilding in one hour by a smile
i CfTRAl fl RIDASQ Dr. Paul C. Carpenter Central minerals from the soil. machine.
|Set for Tuesday NightErnest Christian Church pastor was meeting. r

i i--- j, C. Hogan Jr.. Boy Scout To Highlight camp director and Miss Edna B. 1
executive: said yesterday that an ') Browning, dean. Others on the
DUTCHLAPAstals Orange County District Court of faculty from the church were Mrs.1I I Orlando Academy of Music GRANTS KNOWN fOR VAlUES

Honor will be held Tuesday at 0 Young People Cecil Davis and Mr. .and Mrs. I An Accredited School

Roofing !f 7:30 p.m. in the Winter Garden I I Smedley. j Ii Approved for G.I. Training
AEI T: T01 fnmsn I High School Auditorium. Troop Wzotoq6y"HANLEY Central Christian Church at its Mrs. Bert Humphries was dietician -
ASI'ILU.T SHINGLES 4C acting: as hosts. Sunday night service will feature : and Mrs. J. S. Beermanand I by Veterans Administration Clearance
CUTTER ----- ---- POGUE its young people who attended the I I Mrs. Ruth Sims assistants. 539 Lake St. Phone 5495
and recent Conference and Intermediate : Shirley and Sylvia Davis and SUITS
OO\fN t"' .OUT8 Camp at Camp OXena near M I I
L T. JERNIGAN REPAIRING Are you in favor of the State High Springs it was announced I
Crystals U lit say watt Road Repartroent installing and yesterday. I
K..rtnr and Sheet Metal maintaining picnic parks along Attending were Barbara 1 PRICE
I JEWELRY the main traveled highways of Get it there on time-
I* Akuader It Ttt 'Un BLOCK'S Whitehead. RaT Carl
I I Florida Huff. Bobby Helms and Don-
II west Ckmrck Street ald Core. Use "The Jack Rabbit Line"Daily SALE !
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The first State-wide Intermediate -
Lorraine Beck, housewife
Camp of the Disciples of .
Olsen G. fatrchUdMiltoa 1 "I think: it would be a nice I Christ in Florida sponsored by the i 10 ONLY REG. 7.98
E. Bray Orlando church and held
at LakeWinona
IL RjrUnd CoiC. move. Travelers who carry lunches i near DeLeon Springs. NOW $386
in their auto like Service to
Frank Gardner to have a cool ended July 12. Some 79 students . .
LeRoy\Hoequif (I represented 15 churches and 10 4/32 43131
comfortable place
E FAIRCrlILDFteur I to eat and picnic cities.

9 ideal.parks-The would public be I. Orlandoans Starkey.attending Corrie were Simmons.Barbara 41 CENTRAL FLORIDA TOWNS 4 ONLY REG.6.98

would plan more NOW $349
outings with AETNA
S parks convenient I 3/32 l/3t
and c:I 0 seat INSURANCE
I ;,...? Beck hand. They will ; MINIMUM RATE-35c Per Package
be wonderful places to take children -i RIGHTS 6 ONLY REG. 5.98
for an afternoon's outing." !I I ALL PACKAGES INSURED t NOW $294

t * Bought Sold
G. A. Rowlands, salesman Win- Quoted : -
32 SU36
dermere: I
"I think it is a swell idea. Motorists Rights expireS
who are in the habit of P. M. July 21st orf 31 ONLY REG. 3.98

1 carrying their NOW
lunch and eating : Call us for : $199
e along the road- .r" Informationand f
side will welcome % quotations .
Ui the move. The 1 entutcl=$tar 4p-- Picnic and Beach
parks will insure ',"" :; F I Blanket St... Values
safe drinking- I '! CO.INVESTMENTS ree.

ter and will more encourage :;::1'., ttLLEN & ;E ::P.n.:: E is :, ,.i ,1 with each suit.

i s JS ':-J j vk .( outdoor!ities. With activ-fire- E. L. Kendrick THl JACK till RABBIT LNE"fHONE \\'. T. GRANT CO. 33 S. ORANGE AVI.s .

places and other Rowlands Manager OtlANDO. FLORIDA

sanitary features the public will 511 Metealf Bldg. TeL 2-2772.
RUPTURE'I enjoy the spots and more people --
will take advantage of Florida's ---

ideal climate for picnics and gath- .

I : ...tar.. pew. .IM tare b..a. delaying treatment er those wearing erings. .
.t _.MUtary triKwtevruifai. this n..t _..M| el all u.n.-II. j. *
l.ii MtimRft*. WM.Tl.KM. lfaAPI..:.. D4IHB1 TRUSS.: Ill PATENTED '
A t.t'AK FAD H ..U|...4 .. ..... r aaf'tly Ilk. year haul, aatomatirally I ;Mrs.: Lois Richardson, bookkeeper. -
sdM.1s.MeM* vvrry p.w.M tHres Y.G'COMFORT aM HOLDIM1 Winter Park ,
rw.m. tt H amp!'. ws.blbiS aM and eff a* easily at "
"If the State will keep the parks
lot I elite is* eN MW tr.sies with Bsed strewed e. ree. ded pad I
L-I: SOT Mice tfce sasctr lank,, as-rt. ealarriac the rapr.re. ,hut : cleaned up they will be ideal for ., obacCO CgaretteFine ; .
past haws Ikw r.H.. ....!., l.t"fc r. nlVINQ NATl'RB A CHANCE -- outdoor parties e "
to Rtr: .IR, lMliMMUr liurd. ra .aaklr prlr 4. DU(>*. far men 1\ I I and activities. CI
.o..sad,WS re.. L O.Tavtet. U Tears with U. D.bkt Tress U Florida. : In
lullicks.p>a BalMdaym, tt to IS A.M.; t! S *. IS Carolwa r Orlando.: !l"' The public is Counts
:,1. lax about
;; \ ;
I "i' cleaning up the
wSTOPLES I mess they make,
and the parks

A BUSHEL OF FROZEN FOODS I ., ..oIt, : : will looked-after.have to The be / gfgs p'.' pr

r" y. tourist will use
.lt; and enjoy the
r :ta .
m : picnic sites. more

:Mrs. Richardson than local resi-
; dents. Florida residents prefer (** % <- f &*&

r their outings to be near lakes or
the seashore." t
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t xH Jack Raw-lings, service station ;;-
emDlo 'e. College Park:
'The parks will cut down on the k .itj '
trash that is dumped along highways ; 41.fJ/

*by motorists ....,
stopping to 'a ..... ,
eat lunches. It :" "
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seems to me like a"
the idea is very !ii:"

practical.elim1nateJ They 't/" .' [ ;, 2I
I may ,
some of the e y- :
hlghwayacc:1A _
dents because r\-. I
there will be no '

,, reason for people Rawlings
I parking cars along the shouldersof
the road while they eat. If the .
.msstttsRefrzera/or parks are maintained in a sanitary I '- 'es
I condition they will be popular (Qc ,
with residents and tourists alilfe..
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Mrs. Minnette Ehlen, housewife 1
r. Ruffs Trailer Park: piT? t'd'
"I believe the parks area fine : 40-

I It I idea. Ohio and 4 V .
Michigan a veI / ; i //1f'
; % '
I O maintained road- f'
111 tz way picnic parks -
I for many years
and they are ,

I '" sanitary With very fireplaces good facilities popular.water and. s&'te $ &:,:- *&: -* + ,.*/ E// .

Mrs. Ehlen families can plan
rii.uiiz I Sunday and holiday picnics and
: I have a good time without spend- :.. \
ing a lot of money. The parks ... ':
____ should prove popular with everyone :q y 5' .. .'-

i but tourists will probably use i .: ,'J.
them more than the natives. '";; -'....
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II. A, Financing


N. Mill*. Phones 7STS T-6821 .
le 1 e
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Red Blood Cells .),::

Must Be Kept Up ,

Now the newest, the latest in refrigerator conveniencewith -

fril\'RtorJ..A big the frozen new Food 1947 Locker-with silent Servel Gas room Re for: t If You Want To LUCKY STRIKE presents T..E.MAN. WHO KNOWS-

up to 60 sUndard-tiza package: ... Moist cold and dry .
cold for fresh meat fruits and vegetables. . PLUS Feel Alive

Fervel'i different, simpler freezing system that hasn't a
ingle moving part to wear or get noisy. (More than Thousands Now Regaining Old THE TOBACCO AUCTIONEER!

2.OUO.OOO happy owners know it stays silent,lasts longer.) Time PepVigor and Drive By

Come MW the new 1947 Serve Gas Refrigerators now i Releasing Vibrant Energy To

011 di pby.I i Every Muscle,Fibre,Cell "I'VE SOLD well over 350 million pounds of tobacco at ,

Overwork undue worry,and lack of certain
I, foods often reduces the red-blood the auctions down South, and year after year, I've seen
atrenttn-and atarred. weak puny
blood Just hant the to 5w 1,1a
I your energy and drive.power keep up the makers of Lucky Strike buy quality tobacco...fine, -.
Every daynry hour-millions of e

I tiny from red-blood-cells the marrow of your must bones pour to forth re light, fragrant tobacco that makes a grand smoke." : : .
those that; are worn-out. A low
count mar affect you In several -
ways: no appetite underweight no
energy a, rundown condition lack of :
( resistance to Infection and disease. f / .Ger.
To ret real relief you must keep up P V
your blood strength,lledlcal authorities
I ____ by analysis of the blood have by positive -
proof shown that ESS Tonic is J.H.Burnett, independent tobacco auctioneer of Buffalo '
I amazingly effective In building up low tix.
I I'' blood strength In non-organic nutritional Springs Va.,has been a Lucky Strike smoker for 16 years \.
anemia.This Is due to the SSS tEs
I Tonic formula which contains special 5s
and potent activating lnrre 24 Hour Service Since Also. SSS Tonic helps you enjoy the So remember.
1932 1:
food you eat by increasing the gastric {:
digestive Juice when it is non-onranl-
ally too little or IIC&Dty-thua the stomach Ls/
will bare little cause to get balky
NflTURRLGflS&flpPLIflriCECoORLANDO with gas bloat and give off that sour ,
I food taste. .'> ,
DoDOS wait Energise your body with ....e..w. tr. a...
rich red-blood.Start on SSS Tonic now. '

SANFORD As vigorous whole body blood, greater surges freshness throughoutyour and ..
"i strength should make you eat better, IUCKYSTRIKEA4EANS I1NE tOBACCO
Phone 4678 Phone 1252 sleep better feel better, work better. \
Fla. State Bank play better,nave a healthy color glow in ISo
,- your skin-firm flesh fill out hollow
1249 N. cmge Bldq. places. Millions of bottles sold. Get a
bottle from your drug store SSS Tonic Round, So Firm, So Fully Packed So Free and Easy on the Draw
r I helps Build_Sturdy Health.


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e0t ant* Me M raA.e wMgeT w. 68 CENTS A PACK AINT HAY FOrt PURE' HAY! ,Thursday July ]17, 19-17 (rlanlm morning crntfnrl Poge l r _
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Britain's Habits Economics Always Ask for IJowd.A r .
Regulated by -
-...-___ Leea"lIST Smoking I I Vitamin'Fortified
where I Joe
... .- \ :\ From sit_.4J Marsh\\
NATIONAL UNit By PAUL GALLICO a package of fags was to discourage -:six British cigarets In a row: your ,And the working stiff is I being DIX1MARGARINE .
LONDON 'I the Englishman from smok-l i'I catches fire and go)'lured with advertisements to roll I
e- twNY ...... ........ -May the fate which throat you (
c.r.-1Ss has overtaken the British smoker Ing. He has already been discouraged cross-eyed. Also, you go broke at''his own with a substitute tobacco I'I' Sam with
I from eating and drinking consisting of chopped sweepingsfrom j Helps
never catch: up with us In our! the current prices. .
I The Idea of cutting down on the broom factory
WATCH FOR happy land. You.who are addicted his consumption of cigarets and ,i The high price of butts cut down blended with shreds of old Magna the Dishwashing
US to the filthy but delightful hab-j other forms of tobacco was to save consumption: okay by about 25 per 'II Charta. tinctured with scrapings j w
It and who are accustomed to get-'i American dollars from the loan, i cent but as usual it was the little of genuine Scotch haggis. INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU IUYI
i too many of which were being diverted i fellow who got sapped-the bus But so help me. it doesn't taste
tine a deck
a'It of 20
: clgarets for 16'or the cabbie the grocer'sclerk Dropped' in at the Abernathy'gjest and the mealtiifte chores Ie sect ofa
to the purchase of Amer- driver much worse than the genuine
18 cents consider the plight of : ican tobacco.I : the civil servant, and all' cigarets he used to buy or the the other evening-and there bond between them..like eh..r.
your limey brothers who must can: understand the economics the small fry who are just barely watered beer he gets to drink. T A was Sam out in the kitchen with an jog that friendly glass of beer to-
l'! hell out three shillings and four of this all right since the British making out with the family bud- They say the British are now go- ... TwrMMM apron on, helping his missus wash gether,when the work fe dose.It.*
: pence for a pack of butts.,which 'get. It is a very strange thing, around nice TwA
ing looking for a war
translates need those American dollars for the supper dishes. (And then I one of those little all-hftrft
to 68 cents: in cash: of economics but it
this type lose backon want
they can so they can get
machinery and coal and raw materials '
cook the
he'd in
learned later helped things marriage.
money. to fail either on this I
etc. to bolster their export never seems their feet again. I A HO f-TOWN TRANSACTION
Cigars come to about $2 apiece but what really baffles me side of the water or on ours, but 'I sapper too.) From where I sit the time that -
and the best that can be said for wind with
the is what the English do with Amer- whenever the boys up I -n. Aristocrat I Of course, Sam could have settled a man and wife ean spend with
quality Is blackjack aimed at the
that some of ican tobacco when they get it over:the i of the rich there is a of into his favorite chair,-enjoyed each other in this busy world today
them are mildly here? Did you ever taste a British swish noggins somebody ducks and there I Air crculatorsFULLY his evening glass of beer, is all too precious. And the i

inflammable and likewise cigaret'phooey Great!Jehosaphat It's like burning! And 'stands Joe Blow the poor guy. I A f GUARANTEED' and left all the messy kitchenworkto thing they can do together ., >
are will burn If you pure hay. Not even the Englishmen with another lump on his skull. I Dixie. But he kind of likes her better. j I Ic9ecu
a smoker
ri it like them for whenever you !:I I have yet to come across a I II i CHEa/wtTR company-and she in turn cer-
is cheaper ]
offer them an American cigaret. i I well-to-do Englishman who Is i iI .
to shred a coupleof All Met.I.UOO tainly appreciates his help.In
they leap for it. "You know your I short of a smoke. c... Ft. N' and pound smoke those.notes cigarets do taste jolly good." they 1 On the contrary: he is doing t s..ec ,9.Q 'Lq.tLLaktWE fact, sharing the housework __
Your say. **. r. bit stronger than ours, just fine now since he can buy $ !
correspondent ." when he wants to. whereas \ 4z.35
an addict but jolly good flavor them DELIVR U 5 ...-.n 5" 1.1. lua It
short supply. J I il,Unitrl Stain Braetri
I Stronger is good. Chain-smoke befpre they were in Coprrigkt- F.roJrij'N
of the vice ,. -.
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in all its blackGallico i
wt forms sought' to circumvent
I the Labour Government's current I Congratulations Welcome/ Congratulations '
device for sweating. shillings out I .
of the working stiff which voted it I .
into office. by importing suffi- BITZ BAKERYto to our new neighbor l
cient American cigarets and stogies BITZ
i to last him through this visito
Merrie England but the boys
were ready for him and met him BITZ BAKERY
at the pier with the sandbag.I I On Your New-Modern Orlando's Newest and Best Shopping Center
The Custom's officer was his
usual charming self-over here Sanitary Bakery t
they slug you with a smile: A WILSON LEONARD HARDWARE J.
I \E \ \ \ happy gleam came into his eye as
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he cast it over the cartons of my i WOODS FUEL OIL CO.: "The Complete Hardware" MOSES DRUG STORES \ -. .
221 W. Church St. favorite brand which I had piously ; ...
declared. He said. "Did you I L. A. Johnson-Owner 316 S. Orange Blossom Trail No. 1-1101 E. Colonial Dr. :
I tee that new battleship lying at : 1035 W. Robinson AT.
anchor as you came up South- Phone 9887 Phone 2-2187 No. 2-308 S. Oranqe Blossom TrailMODERN.BAKERY ;
I s.
"New battleship? Oh sure. A .-

For Milady fine"1Vell one., now.What's sir. that's It called Just?"what I Congratulationsto Congratulationsto

I was jetting around to. They to ''i
hat en t given her a name yet. I
Shopper thought maybe you'd like to name I
her ourself. You're just about
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1 to buy her for us." J'& T GROCERY I
8t tip sift .1 the heat and .
You think he was kidding By I 8:1 N. Fern jCreek Ph.1165
liar of .*.**..... sireets I the time I cot through paying I! A FRIEND
the duties the cigarets and
and .l*tee ta a cel. oaiet. on
j rican. I'd bought 'em a couple "BITZ"
serene ul..e created of destroyers a* well. I

pntMMr. Ie yen. and your I As it is explained over here theI I Best wishes to .. Best Wishes to
big rap tacked onto the price of 1 you
comfort. and your fine products

lrltier p.- ....... mwka1Iaieeltena GUS MADDEN'S : _. Ia BITZ zIt j

wMfe you sip a REFRIGERATION Kimbles is a real pleasure to have a*

cocktail wh Mead Our a modern bakery in my latest

'"Ouat.em-. Tiltie" musical system SERVICE Grocery & Market building.J. i

baN soft sweet melo
Used Refrigerator 1215 N. Mills Ave.
ales wtUwvt Ota or discord.at . Bought and SoldPrompt.Efficlent.Re..on.bl. Phone 5701 MAX SCOTTCongratulations
ten.lt>.e..last below your !. i
W. repair all makes and types
eonYcnattea.Tor 9 i

r'. Vt.. pickatoshesWg BEST: FONE 7726 CongratulationsBITZ

Nnw.. Kicked ky M years zprltBcJ / ; J
J MataolU AT.. BAKERY .

the Us .. "ak- se4ed" We are better 'able to serve May-your- new building be a

mntnc.br-teatac baseball BUILDING you from our new location SIGN of prosperity.Wildwood .
...... 1026 W. Central Ave.


sIELrAIQOM Roll Windows Roofing and and Sashes Shingles I, 1026 W. Central AT. 69 Phone N. Garland 2-3722 I

Doors and Frames I


I 231 W. Gor.AT T.L'4107 :. of Bakers
enjoy his products:

I every_day.HAROLD' JULY 17fh : BITZ BAKERY

t Menu Idea I PHONE N.6030 LANG f AT NEW LOCATION Wights'. Grocery Co.Dist. .

[I did all of his electrical! work] American Beauty Flour : '
Sanford, Fla.Congratulations. -
312 South Orange Blossom Trail I

Congratulations( ;i' 0,

i' Today :.... BAKERY to Fulll line of f Bakery products Best Wishes Retail Sales At: BITZ : :
BITZ AT THEIR 312 S. Orange Blossom Trail !

; I II I NEW LOCATIONTheir including decorated cakes TO 401 Oelaney customers.Your products ,pUae our ;: ; -

products must be good, and special breads such as: The Drive-in-Cleaners 2920 N.Orange .
\With the Fine Flavor !
'cause our customers like [OPENING JULY 16] :
Jewell &
Rye, Pumpernickle Salt Rising 1215 N. Mills Slaugh ;
1.Orasge Bo! om Trail
of Blue PlateMayonnaise them.Meiner's Jail Next Door to ftBITZ 803 E. Washington GroceryFancy :
Raisin and Soya. "
Grocery 821 N. Fern Creek
Meats and Grocwi i
401 South Delaney 803 E. Washinfton Ph. tf

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CongratulationsBITZ Congratulations to Bitz Bakery Tickled to Death We Sell the "Best" I

serving from 7 A.M.'to 1* P. M. Breakfast Luncheon Dinner
"' ... BREWER'S SERVICE STATION Try Our Delicious Tenderay T-Bone Steak. $1.75 '
Southern Fried Chicken .. $1.50
I 2501 N. Orange Ave. Phone 2-2324 201 S. Orange Blossom Trail 2920 No. Orange Ave. Orwin.M-oiw Sfcort

Frothy Summer Salad It

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I Wishes
blue' Flat MaoYonnalse 2 ,...roons'_.. milKed onion I Icoo Best To Best Wishes for continued successin Best Wishes to Bitz Bakery j .-

4 ....... t taspoon saltEN.s BITZ BAKERY new location
I 11.afr .d el.r I your
Mate drain tdsyoneat.net dlc.po 1 IIof Dic..u 01 I Green's Fuel Gas Service K

'?" ..,..-..'ss aa1.Mr MO toe of.-.-...-.- AU, oa&oe.with..11.tile end salad Ji oil tableI. ands STATE AUTO BODY WORKS BITZ BAKERY .
I...-.11IM pia/. Mayoenaiw.'apk.-tber.yfr.e4 iD une Aa 1280 N. Orange'' Ave. Natural Gas & Appliance: Co. Inc. =
,. ,s.Meud.1C.ehak Mayonnaia.4 Fin I Ic.r 1120 S. Orange Ave.
Blu.Plats Telephones Orlando 2-0419
.. ....et7 d.of. pussy e.Mrouel1 with ID<<. Bin. PIa'. I Winter'Park 47S BALLARD & BALLARD CO. Phone 2-1919
;. I........ with.. .W4" with r.iDinC bar ..,........ ....t"." s vnkling..s.rn cold OD lettuce iris. Always Reliable"
.ts........ leECa1,brOGl J Fine Family and Bakers' Flours

'::: L '4..tlss4I OMed. - Best Wishes' To Orlando Branch I We extend our 5iaw.Congratulations .
I - A Congratulationsand Congratulationsto to BITS

BAKERY and share th 4r.
in thiS
pride contributionto
.. .by the Wesson Oil people tIUE Orlando Industry.: Wo

as you'd mok. It at horn PLATE From the world's largest Best Wishesto Best Wishes BITZ BAKERY are equally proud of bo-
Ins chosen to build and
insurer of Automobiles.
-wIth fin. salad opBlue
erect the modern display
which will become
BITZ BAKERY BITZ Halifax Meat & identifying symbol of the

good things in the Esk-
State-Farm Provision Co. er's Art.

'. ::r i PlateMayonnaise MutualEarl WILLIAM P. BUNING CENTRAL RESTAURANTOpen Daytona Beach. Fla.

M. Bullock' Real Estate Insurance: 24 Hours Distributor' of Procter & WALLACE
Ill/IUlt{ Resident Agent Co. Gamble Sweetex & Primex
Short Orders Lunch Breakfast NEONDISPLAY
: Phone 6444 Also Rath's Black Hawk
145 N. Main St.
HUE PLATE MEANS FINE FLAVOR 29 S. Lawsona Blvd. Phone 83(1 54 W. Central Ave. Ph. 9366 Meat Products CO.

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Republican of Kansas, is congratulated on his 82d birthday i I '
anniversary by Sen. McKellar [left], Democrat of Tennessee,

i in Washington. Capper is the oldest Senator in point of years' ,' I : ," : ;: ,:
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Girls Set J '
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For 4-H , .

Change County will send 30 4-H Club girls to Camp;;' $37.50Nicely !
McQuarne, State 4-H Club camp in Ocala National Forest, ; t tI Authentic Reproductions of :
Miss Elizabeth Dickenson county home I II tI I .
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fer announced yesterday. They will return '!, I and Victorisr.
demonstration agent, Duncan Phyfe t -
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LOVELINESS Rosier. Union Park and Barbara designed sturdily made Choice of '
: J BODY : Navy Reservists Metz. Lockhart will serve; on the domestically patterned to resemble j

camp council, |I higher priced importations. Ga- SOFAS .. 3 Styles '; ;
During the week the county i I droon bordering,floral decorations. .
girls are in camp. Miss Dickensonwill k --
!M Islands serve as camp manager. Mrs. I' Fourth Floor '
; Cruise Evelyn Dahm. Winter Park will I; China-I\"ey' I a$195.00 ;
'I hlel[ ft2lf be camp nurse and Mrs. Harry
fr Custance. Michigan Ave.. and Mrs. j j I
L35 I! Twenty-nine Naval Central Reserve Florida are I J. C. Po.wers. Fairvilla. will assist (I New Shipment of Choose of the
: members I as local leaders. j,1 :
participating! 14-day training t tI The girls will make the trip HASKO HOSTESS TRAY SETS They are all sturdily constructed, richly upholstered -
I cruise of Caribbean waters aboard i to camp in a county school bus One Style I
the destroyer escort USS Tills. driven by Mrs. Powers. With and specially styled for real com
them during their week's staywill ,
I The Central Florida group be girls from Martin. Bre- fort. You'll find unusual beauty in the 00 :
a boarded the USS Tills Monday at ,' vard and St. Lucie Counties. I at $175.
+ I with 125 other rer from Light, easy .to carry and :
Miami along Girls going to camp fir' 1 tapestry and damask coverings. They will add
I serve officers and men. I Orange County follow: Union I manag these lovely simulated .
LL Comdr. W. R. Conway of Park. Aletha and Leona Des Ros- British Oak trays i'a richness to home at prices that will '
your .
the Orlando Naval Reserve Unit ier. Frances WiUoughby. Barbara ,'.M with their colorful floral I '
I said the itinerary for the civilian McVey. Faye Cooper. Sue Sellars. designs are a boon to informal : win instant approval.
I sailors outing Includes a course Vera Beth and Dixie Lee Lamb. entertaining.. your .
1 through Windward P a a a age Barbara Gore. Mable Thurmanand t I
I around the tip of Cape Maysi on Marie Harrell; Pine Castle. It Ii t '
i Furniture-Ivey s Fifth Floor
I to Jamaica -
of Cuba and
the eastern Up Juanita Bradshaw. Nancy
I and near the coasts of Haiti Jean Yarrington. Carolyn Ballard I Set i i ..
and the Dominican Republic. I II and Ruth Griffith.
I The reservists will make week- I Also Michigan Ave.. Evelyn Belcher t
A J.teAa I end liberty in San Juan. Puerto Evelyn Smith and Marjorie
Rico before returning to Miamion Bishop; Christmas Ella Mae Can-
14 Irq.ot July 26.Conway. ada and Thelma Redditt Lock- $2.25
1 IriOi.. i.b pointed out that the hart. Barbara Metz and Joyce
.IiI.. ...k.I.1 ,.. eniite. Hrt postwar cruise for Holland; Ocoee Andrea and Nan- I
1 Orlando reservists is a part of cy Haugaard and Bettie Kitchens. ...wl..a.... .._. ,,......... YQ
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the Naval Reserve training program and Orlo Vista Shirley Hiley
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........ J.ar4.eJ equipment. Including radio navigation communication - Donald Stewart Jr... and. Glen Y
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pinl Su turner /' the tip of the broiler flame Broil I Thursday, July 17, 1947 (drlanba fi lornut0f rule! . ..... )J
slowly until the cake topping is Morgan-Macy
Cooking Hints Given

14rotJd eak topping U easy tomake broiler tasty,brown.cool and Remove cut cake from in pan the Nuptials HeldIn {brand about eM1illl119rJ1lida [Miss JuddBecomes I BARBARA'S I ABCDIAPER

U you tan with a cooled removing slices with a spatula. SERYK
asked tab all ready In Its pan. BEAUTY SALONOPENING '
o o n
14u Uweihcr A tb p. brown sugar, Pine CastleThe Bride Accounts and Putm
3 ttap. cream, I melted Bacon curls for a canape dish- SPECIILM4CII'E I New
Up. but-
with stuck the wcoMUEr(]: PEKMANE.NTSREG. Reservation* Are Solicited
a toothpick through
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shredded coconut and spread folds or as maIn dish trimming, In thc North and Rosalind Ph. 402C Tdephane 2-1177
of the July
: trr the top of the cake. Then are easily curled if the bacon the scene wedding Open Eveni.s by Appointment I ORLANDO WINTER PAIICu
1 net the taU pan on top of the slices are put on the broiler grid 11 when Miss Alice MaC)'. daughter By KITTY HENRY, Society Editor Of interest here is the marriageof .-- --- __ _ __ ---
i kroUer grid about J Inches from I about 4 inches from the gas flame of Mr. and'Mrs. B. P. Macy of
- and broiled slowly until almost ONE WHO should know comes a beauty hint that should Miss Mary Margaret Judd,
1 -_ I,crisp. While the bacon Is still pliable Pine William Castle S. Morgan became Jr.the. son bride of Mr.of pOM many a young lady who cries. "I simply can't do anything I I daughter of CoL and Mrs. John H. f

Boautify I whirl slices around the tines and Mrs.W.S.Morgan of this city. with, my complexion In the Summer time." Pat Furey., takes the Judd of :Washington D. C.. for- urrv 1)
Bust of a fork and broil until quite The Rev. Paul Hendley.minister advice of her father. Dr. EdwardT. merly of Orlando to Lincoln A. _
crisp. Drain crease on absorbent 4
of the church performed the cere- Furey. on proper skin care and Stewart son of Mr. and Mrs.
withoutmesse 9 e1 paper. o o o mony in a setting of masses of the result is a lovely petal-smooth ? Charles R. Stewart, of Des Moines
white gladioli with a backgroundof
To make neat-edged butter palms and greenery. Four tall and clear complexion."My Iowa. which took place July 5 at
.. --t::': .._. _ slices for the table wrap the slic- candelabra bearing lighted tapers skin is inclined to be a the Ft. Myer Chapel. Washington. I
':'..* ":- 'inc edge of the cutting knife In"U lighted the scene. A program of little oily." Pat admits "so I haveto Chaplain O. J. Lock officiated I
1::; .., ... :::: paper. music was rendered by Mrs. J. H. be extra precautions." Given in marriage by her father M
fl'f ..... the bride of I
-- o o o I Gardiner pianist. wore a gown
t..a.: She creams and no
e..1 F+ w uses no
) !. = candlelight satin and a full length I
rnws Summer best cans for cool sal- The bride wore a white satin t
lipstick during the
= .:. J :. .:::.: ads and lots of variety in them. gown fashioned with a yoke of makeup except veil of ivory tulle held in place I
M :.;'. :;::. 2t': "E1 New idea for dressing is mayonnaise lace from which were fitted long Summer months since oily skinIs by a halo of seed pearls. She earned II
susceptible to clogging of
very a bridal bouquet of white
.. ;:. .: '- ''.=7':: with raisins and crushed pointed sleeves. The full skirt of I
n. .1 .rw. the and under-the-surface" carnations and stephanotis.The .
fruit satin which ended In long train pores
added to over a a
--r peanuts pour
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.:::-.w-:: ..... .. ....... salad-especially delicious over I fell from a fitted bodice. Her pimples. For cleansing she soaks { I bride's sister. Mrs. R. B. I
mss"!" P..s.rt..et.. ..-iep bananas. headdress of lace held a three- her skin ten times night and: k" Myers was honor attendant and
quarter length veil of bridal illu morning In hot water using a lot. little Pamela Ann Myers, niece of
the bride was flower girL
sion. She carried a bouquet of
of water but very little soap, as c I
CoL Myers acted as best
pink roses. with white satin man.
streamers. too much soap will also clog the and ushers included Lt. Richard r k

HAMMONDovox Mrs. J. W. Gray Jr. was her sister's pores.After Wright Lt. John H. Judd Jr., and
Sol( matron of honor and worea her face has been Lt. Joseph Davis.A .
A few yellow satin gown fashioned as thoroughly cleansed in the hot J reception was held at the
the bride's with headdress of yellow water she dashes on enough cold I Women's City Club. The couple

net. from which fell a short water to close the pores and then 4 : .. : :.:.;.:};!:: I will reside in Parlin N. J.
.. : Mrs. Stewart graduated from
immediatelyavailable purple veil. She asters.carried a nosegay of I gently pats her face dry. She says :<:< tl'. .Y. .\".:'.>.w..w,1;; : I Mississippi State College, and has ,
lot of harm can be done by
a Just returned from year's service
The bridesmaids, the Misses Fay PAT FUREY a
Smith and Paula Burns wore rubbing the face with a wash with the U. S. Army Air Forces in 1
identical gowns of blue satin fash- cloth or towel as this process . gives complexion hint I Germany, where she served as
ioned also as the bride's, but with drives dirt particles into the skin. court reporter.Mr. .
short sleeves. Their headdresseswere "And the girl who really wants a nice complexion" Pat adds Stewart attended Drake I S
of blue net, and they also ".ill take her amount of sunshine in small doses until she has ac-I University of Iowa, later graduating I 1tTiQ
had short veils. They carried I quired a basic tan, In order to escape that now-popular enemy from Iowa State College. He : l
nosegays of asters. |I served as a captain in the AAF
The little flower girls. Linda Sue t| burn. I II for four years, and was stationedin x
1 Hendley and Betsy Williams Godwin I I 000 I the European Theater wherehe
wore gowns of pink satin I7ONTAINE WINSTON AND her house guests, Helen Harrell ofT met his bnde.Church. ","
with matching short veils held in i Suffolk, Va.. and Olga Deschamps of Orangeburg, S. C. left <
place by halo caps of pink net. terday for Miami where they will spend several days. . Mrs. J.yes-I I
They carried baskets of rose pet- I McCord was dismissed from the Florida Sanitarium this week, Class ;
als. Ring bearer was Zane Wat- t Ys
her daughter. Martha McCord, was admitted for an emergency operation ry r z

son.James Powell acted as best man i on the same day. Martha is reported to be recovering nicely I II Has.Meeting
for the bridegroom. while ushers I and may receive visitors in Room 144 at the sanitarium. Mrs. McCord's j I ed4F: A e v.
included Carl Winegard Irvin I sister Mrs. Athol H. Lynch of Birmingham, Ala.. who has been here 1 1I The Business Women's Bible { t
Phillips. George Winslow and for a month's visit left yesterday to return to her home. i Jeanne : Class of the First Baptist Church ,1
w. a.I Clyde Ammerman. I I Volkert is recovering from the extraction of wisdom teeth. . Mrs. i held monthly business and social .
Following the ceremony, a re- I Jane Gorman and her daughter Jane Gorman, and son George Gorman meeting Tuesday. i
/.......................e have returned from Daytona Beach, where they spent a month. A covered dish supper was held I Ii i
At I laches to Piano While at the beach they had as their guest Mrs. Gorman's other ,i at the church. The class presented
or Organ its teacher, Mrs. W M. Tiller with "iflM.
daughter. Mrs. Alvin Stander, and daughter. Allison Stander who I'I a birthday remembrance.

have returned to their home in Baton Rouge, La. I The Misses Arlene Name and i,
I'i tM .a.w.x with I'
sr s
your o r> o
Marcia Hood reported on their )
p4gM Maid piano or organ MRS. WILLIAM ROYAL principal instructor of the Ebsen School ,'recent stay at Ridgecrest Baptist Orotl nd bedroom

&eesn.."...A4m nt with your left. Dancing, and Mrs. P. H. Tepsic, also a teacher at the Ebsen I I Assembly. :
School and director of the Cogburn School of Dancing in Sanford, are I Members present were the ,1
CMvM yu beautiful instrumental leaving Monday with three of their pupils for New York City to study I Mmes. Carl Johnson, W. M. Tiller -

effect.*-AS of violin, flute, with the foremost dancers and choreographers in the fields of ballet, I. Douglas Daniels Steele Par- S CREATED BY t4ou. "=
'. tin, George Stromer, Newell rte
character acrobatic and tap dancing.
trumpet and more. Organ
many I Clarke Paul S. Schantz and the
Catherine Lawton and Mary Elizabeth Bethea. oth of Orlando
effect on a piano. It's EASY. Quickly I Misses 'Claudia Delaney. ShirleyMoye

and Gretchen Kirchoff of Sanford will accompany their teachersand
Vera Beck, Arlene Kruse,
attached, doesn't affect piano tone INNERSPRING ; will study at the American School of Ballet. Mrs. Royal who is 'I Margaret Weimer. and Marcia Yes, you can create this lovely bed-
or operation. Operates from an electric MATTRESSES : treasurer of the State Chapter Dancing Masters of America and Mrs. I Hood. Visitors present were the
i i Tepsic. who is district governor for this organization, will attend the Mmes. Raymond Plummer S. P. room yourself from three Scotland
outlet. Thousands in use. BOX SPRINGS National convention of Dance Educators of America as a portionof I Moye Eloise James and Miss Dor- 750Bedspraod
/ HOLLYWOOD BEDS 1j their normal training to gather material for use in Central Florida 'othy Hankla. imperial hobnail bedspreads! Your
Fall. .
j MANUTACTUBED TO YOUR j ji o o* oMR. SHOWING POSTPONEDThe I room will stay flower-fresh. . the
DrtdVlfiUAL. ORDER CLAPPER, who married recently Holy Land Pictures scheduled I
'RobinsonCDusic AND MRS. STEWART were
AT FACTORY PRICES : to be shown tonight at the I thick king-sized hobnails on sturdy muslin-launder
/ week when Mrs. C. R. and Mrs.
were guests of honor this Clapper I.
/ First Baptist Church will not be i
Et Ulttrru Anrvher Rcnvrttinc In' Central A Specialty Florid : George Clapper entertained with a party at their home on the Curry shown until Tuesday July 22, at so easily and need not be ironed. Extra wide, and
Ford Rd. :Mrs. Clapper the former Betty Bernardt, was given a number -I 8 pjn. t
"Can C Today-
/ Sleep Better ToaUbf : of gifts by the guests. . Mr. and MIJS. Hart Swalstead have 1---, vat-dyed. In dusty rose, blue, grew, or ga.&. With A
taken a house at Daytona Beach for the month of July. . Betty Ann ,
., Go .. ECHOLS BEDDING CO. : Balthrop. accompanied by her cousin. Mrs. John E .Williams, has returned Ap/cfurcof yjyp white, fringe. Double and Twin me. -
0 O. Bailor H w7 Jut Both el j from Natchez Miss. where she has been the house guest of I
1 the Underpass Mrs.Williams for the past six weeks. . Barbara Mclaughlin, daughter WATCHcarffftx
sat NORTH ORANGE AVL PHONE 6303 FhoB*Winter Park S-W : of Mr. and Mrs. George McLaughlin has as her house guest Jane
P. O. Box 11. Orlando. Fla.Here's C. The classmates at St.Mary's I
of S. two girls
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School in Raleigh, N. C. jJu
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AND MRS. WILLIAM L. BUTTON and daughters Ann and I *
Donna have returned from a vacation at Daytona Beach. While I Third Fleer
there Ann Sutton was featured in the Beasley Dance Revue at the rtarrt 14t.1.aM $Ir is oru

A Real VALUE! Bandshell, and at the 4th of July Frolics. . Mrs. James B. Halley . .
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the former Betty Guernsey and young son. Jimmy Hafley- are here.'
from Tallahassee for a visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs Frank
Guernsey.Monday Mrs. Glen Spears entertained a few close friends of I'
Mrs. Halley at an Informal luncheon at the home of her mother Mrs.
Walter W. Rose. . Mr. and Mrs. John Cawthon returned Sunday
from an extensive tour of the Pacific Coast, Canada and Colorado. I rw
Streamlined . Inches and years yield .Magka. %<| -i ilrt

ception was held in the church annex IE. Burns and J. W. Smith. I II S '
Modern where the bride's table was The couple will make their home 1 1I S youthful fashioning of Yoaffefee..
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A-7 : 't;'. Beauty centered with a three-tiered wed- I here at 429 Ganby St. Mrs Morgan -
: ding cake flanked by arrange- I is an employe of the American !-
II ments of pink gladioli and fern. National Insurance Co. Mr I
. With economy in both first The bride's mother received guests Morgan Is a carrier for the Or-
' < cost and day-to-day cooking in a rose crepe afternoon dress lando Sentinel-Star and also attends 'r
4 h I, : expense.No Installation costs! wearing a corsage of asters. The Orlando Junior College.
a No wiring!! No nuesl1!!! bridegroom's mother wore a dressof I

pink linen, and also had a cor-, America's first printing press I
sage of asters. was brought from England in Yontldine'
Ce i Modernize and Improve your Assisting Mrs. MaC)' in serving 1638 and is now owned by the I r 1 S.
kitchen with this new were the Mmes. Joseph Graf ton,J. Vermont Historical. Society. i I ,

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mualr .-..' t' e'i 'i Ir MARGARET GREENE i I I,
I M. !f WINTER PARK-Church of the !t
Brethren will hold a vacation' --

A'RE ; 1i : Bible school July 23-Aug.: 9, it
was announced last night. Classes takea
I would be interesting-
WITH JEAN YOTHERS will be held from 7:15 p.m. to 9 secret poll of the membership
ICXb Erf tai 1 t r p.m, and will include classes for in every woman's club in a representative -
children four old and t
Orlando Assembly Order of the years up town and find out Just
and adults. The,school is open to tlubs out
Rainbow for Girls is having a f- the public regardless of denomi-I how many women join
nUWN l
of fear rather than choice
fashion show today at 7:30 p.m. a k 'wY nation. ,' How women have kept
I at the Masonic Temple . Prizes I The Youth Fellowship. Methodist their names many on a bridge club mem-
will be awarded . Families and Church gave the Rev. Ken- bership list through the years because -
neth J. Rogers, ,
pastor a surprise I
!I I friends are invited . The order s birthday party last night. Fol- they joined when they were
at I will have a practice today at 10 their the strangers in the town and were
lowing meeting at
: ajn. at the Masonic Temple . : ; ai' church, members went to the afraid to offend by declining')
Officers and substitutes are requested How many women fidget
Rogers home on Hillcrest Ave., of r
to attend. io squirm through the meetings .
where they him a present.Women's
I o oRrbekah r Missionary Society of culture clubs because they are
t Lodge No. 36 will meet afraid they'll be marked as stay-
the Baptist Church will meet
I today at 8 p.m. . AU Rebekahsare Monday at 3 p.m., Circle One at-homes
I invited to this meeting at i'i'k with :Miss Kahoe and Circle T'owith How many women are reluctant
which initiation .Qf new members Mrs. Glidden on New York members of some auxiliary group .
will take place. i of their husband's professional organization I
I ON THESE I I Ave they
000 I simply because
Mrs Van Rensalaer Sickles of .
I' A birthday social will be given p Troy, N. Y. and daughters Katherine are afraid that if they refuse to \ J
'by the Trinity Lutheran Ladies' i and Gretchen armed yesterday join they will hurt their .
HIGH FASHION Aid Society today at 2 P-m. in the r 1a to visit Dr. and Mrs. Wilbur many women are bullied i iI
I church parlor . All members McL. Davis of Elizabeth Dr. ; into membership in some club because -
who have birthdays in June and : the boss' wife or the town'ssocial
COOL DRESSES July will be honored at this time Ernest Laird will leave Satur- leader says with sweet finality ..
day for Naples Fla., for two week'sfishing.
I . Friends are invited. ., "My dear you simply
Mrs. Laird and daughterwill .
o 0 n I f MUST belong"? .t
join him Monday. 1 11
I In place of the regular meetingof Carl Galloway Jr. has returned : ONLY AX ASSL'MPTIONBecause ,
the Orlando Chapter., United I II -a from Daytona Beach. 1 an overwhelming num- t .. ,
I World Federalist, this group is i bet of American women belong to :
., Mr. and Mrs. W B. Watermanand
sponsoring a broadcast over :- an impressive number of women's I
Miss Alice Campbell returned
WORZ today at 9 pm.. using the Sunday from Hot Springs, Ark. 'clubs it Is assumed that they
prize winning script, War Is TheQUALITY i j LOVE women's clubs.
Mr. and Mrs.William H. Win-
- if woman belongsto
I Of a
1-- course
dom are driving to Daytona
1 half a dozen-then she Is a See the
Beach today to bring back MrsWindom's .
1 l TOYSTOYLAND dyed-in-the-wool club-w oman whowouldn't "
HJLz niece, :Mrs. Betty Hills- i
t know what to do if' it !
man, for a short visit. ,
""I (} L weren't for her club membershipsthat "
) Miss Helen Suck will leave Tues-
her feel important.
day for Little Switzerland, N. C. make BENDIXautomatic
Mrs, W. M. Girardeau is expected t
to return from Miami this i ana have left for a two-weeks
- - ---= week. cruise with their UJS. Naval Re-
Mr and Mrs. E. A. Bryson entertained serve unit.
at dinner Saturday James English arrested yesterday Home Laundry

HOT ee guests being Mr. and Mrs Cy' has been charged with breaking -
a y. Bailey St. Petersburg and Mr. and entering the pro shop at
and Mrs. Richard Mitchell Orlando the Winter Park Golf Club and *' f
LONGER SKIRT LENGTHS and lavish use of f jacket. Nutria bands the jacket Tunic blouse with petty larceny. Police Chief j JS I ALl OO DO >S

fIASHES? : fabrics are headlining. Fall fashion news at'I is Persian brocade. The voluminous coot, Ben Holdorf and Ralph Inbri- Carl Buchanan said last night. 1 S T THE DIAL

e the New York showings.. The trend-setting'. right!, of gunmetal broadcloth is : ) AND ADD
JSSSdKcocktail I
'1y Ar yea going thru the functional : for It sweeping fullness, which IS SOME SOAP
d "JIIjddl U-U_.yn.* period.t: Don peculiar this mak.oq to women ' 'I suit, !left, of forest green broadcloth I be draped and held at the hipbone. Fox fur 'RETONGA DID EVEN II I

I r suffer. from hot flabe. feel to nerrow. i has a long slim! skirt topped by a collarless is massed on the cape and cuffs.
fclcb-etrunc.tired?Then DO try I !
Lydia X. Plnkham Vegetable Compound I| '

Ftnaham's to Compound reltev. such also symptom has what! I Enemy . This recording ",..as.1.j i i College faculty and Jack Hennesy Lake Lorna Doone '. Members : MORE THAN EXPECTED'badly you DON'TEVEN
Doctors call a atomarhto tonic effect made in the Spring. and featured and Robert Cannon Rollins stu- are requested to bring covered PUT
LYDIA frcralf Helen and Howard Bailey. Prof. I|I dents. dishes and sandwiches A HAND
a cowrouaa ; Robert Whitaker of the Rollins. 000' jI j o o o I --- T IN WATER 1
I I, ---- I I.: Mrs. Walter Martin 213 S. Members\ Alpha Gamma Delta Rev. W. E. Walker Advises from constipation that I had
Brown St. will be hostess today : sorority are holding a rummage ,
to change from one laxative to another -
d WATCH OCR' WIDOW I when the Young Business Wom ; sale Saturday at the corner of Friends Who Suffer As He Did ; I felt full of toxic poison and[ work
Central Ave. and Hughey St Yes-washday
en's Circle of the First Baptist-
I To Try Famous Medicine. ,;suffered excruciating pains in my
+ 15cc Discount'I Greatly ReducedGift Church meets today at 8 pjn . I Ii I 000 I arms and shoulders. Once in
d All of Fans- Merchandise i Mrs.\ Robert Lodges is leader of the.' The game party which was to Tells About Own Case. awhile I could get a little relief vanishes, with a Btftdtx!
While Types Last HOME & HOBBY HOUSE circle. I be given by the Orlando Newcomers i I but soon was back in the same old
They i ills E. Colonial Drive I 000 Club on Friday has been post- Scores of Ministers have praised rut. You just set a dial-odd
WASHING MACHINES 'I I Past President Parlay of the poned indefinitely. Retonea, and among the latest Is ""Retonga: brought: me wonderful
- American Legion Auxiliary, tyiit Rev. W E. Walker well-known relief. I eat heartily sleep restfullyand soap-the Beitdix does
Immediate Delivery/ I No. 19 will meet today at 12:30 Local Social CommitteeTo ,Baptist Minister. 4321 Woodlawn I have thrown away all those
Florence Welcome :yoo to pjn at the home of Mrs. L. C. Pike, Knoxville.Tehn. Rev.Valker strong nauseating laxatives. I now
ORLANDOAPPLIANCE FLORENCEBEAUTY Hague. 1523 E. Central Ave. . Attend State MeetThe the rest! You dot eYee
ONLY was in World War I and had four feel good all the time and to all
All past presidents are invited to executive committee of the, sons in World War IL I my friends who may be suffering
f CO. SHOP this luncheon meeting.: Florida Assn. of Social Work will: Discussing Retonga Rev. Walker as I did I want to say: Try Re- have to stay at 1 ho+ee.i .
..."'.... Het..t.t Sale. Service 000 "
& Steam waves at Iowa. 1C.Skivlci. gratefully stated: "Retonga did tonga.
at 10 in Geneva
meet Friday ajn.
210 N. Orange A... ..... Past Chief's Club of Pythian ,
tyll i. n-MrtltimiM Hotel. Daytona Beach. Orlando even more than I expected. No i, Retonga Is intended to relieve
$590 rhoe. 4537 end 2-4004_ 24. S. ORANGE AVE. .PH. S7IT Sisters and their families will have'a representatives will be R. B.. matter how careful I was about I distress due to insufficient flow i
1 picnic Friday at 1:30 P.JJat'? Gramilng, Miss Anne Curtwrijzht I my diet. I suffered terribly from I of digestive juices In the stomach: Claude H. Wolfe J..Irl.. !
Miss :Madge Bartlett and Mrs. .gas pains and acid indigestion. I loss of appetite. Vitamin B-1 deficiency -
: Anna Maynard Lovell. ':got, so I scarcely wanted to eat and constipation. Acceptno : 19 E. WashincUa. St. TeL 5U.
CHANDLER'S- I anything at all. I felt miserably'run substitute. Retonga may be
It The Chinese sometimes equip down, could sleep but a few obtained at Emrich's Orlando
Wonderfully( ..coot cotton I their wheelbarrows with sails. hours each night and I suffered so Phcy. Adr. .
.evrsucxerBi we hays them --

all (or you NOW while

there plenty of wearing

Urn ahead I Bright and Pas.

tel colon too. Sites 9 to 15.

12 to 20. AU for a mere ,
S3.90. Fashion Floor=The

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Save several dollars'on each 'DRESSSALE

pairl! Fine genuine leathers. 9 9 '

I Whites. Spectators. Darks.

{ o Sizes 3 to 10, AAA to C, ( ;

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1 Ladies, Harper's are 'announcing their wonderful dress,

sale! Now you can get better dresses that were high a s $76.98

I 51.99

l I I, 0a 'I for only $5. Harper's doesn't have a sale every day, but Ladies!

H t a s otks.,9q'tte ago Girls/ !.it will pay you to go out of your way to 57 W. Church St.

ONLY V 1ot't4ew 10 and get these tremendous bargains! Not all sizes and colors,

i iI I a 0.1'S so come early to get the best selection! ,

L $498 I R t oh' .

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L I, M ot+t u1ate0 th a4 ; :

CxcluslT. linen-like spun I L
rayons In Qay prints with
smart color combinations In rd sn ARPR'S'-LL L

the season's latest .tl... n I Fed
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.1 t Fraternities Today's Pattern Miss\ Chiusano Miss: Murchison I Thursday, July 17, 1947 Q9r1anba tDttttng Strnttntl Page 15Tri

Form Council I Bride-Elect Before 1,000 B.C. King David 1
Will Honor Popular Belt'sEntertained.
' 1& f II I
i; For Dance Miss Jeanne Osbun one of the Peter. Elizabeth Ricker. Mary I
f tt1 season's most popular brides-elect'1 Brinkman. Louise White Harriet I RADIO SERVICEHOME EL PATIO
AtMI Ac to word received here will be guest of honor Friday night I Sipple. Betty Chaffin. Lee Huttig. Barbecues Picnics
I I| Members
of Delta Delta Delta AUTO
J from UM Uturmu' Of Florid a when Miss Suzanne Chiusano and Barbara Rinker, and Nancy Asher.'
under the stars"Billy
I Alliance were entertained Tuesday I Expert record changer service work "Dancing
F INWP of fraletnite. have Joined Miss Betty Murchison entertain : The bride-elect's mother. Mrs. guaranteed Pickup and Delivery
at a bridge party given by Mrs. i J JHenry Araold and his Orchestra Wednesdays aad Saturday'
t kc t 4we to * Iater>Fr temltr ; with a dessert party at the homeof Clifford Osbun. has issued invita- I Economy Auto Supply Store S. ORANGE BLOSSOM: TRAIL OPEN DAILY 11 A. M.
OwrN for tions to the marriage reception: of Hancock at her home on ;
: the tmmedute purposeof the latter's parents, Mr. and her daughter and William V.Proc Lake Adair. i 235 S. Orange AT*. PfeoM 441
itvtnc a formal! dance in Or- Mrs. J. C. Murchison on Colum- : tor Jr, which will be held at 9 Prize for the high score. went I I
I N. on Dec M. 1M7 at the Coll. bia StThe. pm. Thursday. July 31. at the I, to Mrs. Wilton Parker and the ;
.1 ti } following guests with the The Finest To Be Had
Ieutn.I'ytusagt Orange Court Hotel. The wedding -
cut prize was won by Mrs. Robert j ClubCHENEY
honoree. have been invited to call at which immediate families Flamingo
I' lwrireae of the dance at 7:30 pjn. the Mmes. Clifford will be present will take place in .
' Ie N .****.*. the overcrowded Osbun Jerry Ross. J. H. Carroll. the rectory of St. James Catholic Others present included the for that NEW CAR tOOK" HIGHWAY
' eendlierle said. duplication = Agnes Miller. J. Louis Lamberton. : Church prior to the reception. Mmes. V. L. Ward Leroy Kay SAM JONESPAINT FAMOUS FOR
prevlMHmrlenced I C. H. Miller. Robert Petrie, Leroy FOOD FOR 20 YEARS
st James Copps. Jimmie Davis. O i AND BODY SHOPS
t i at Christmas LeRoy Hoequist Jr.. and Oscar | Donnell Sam Turner Henry I .W. Coo Garland and Jeffer*.. JAY MJLLERS ORCH. EVERY NITE
} r--. and it wtt. replace host i Williford. ;' Memer, 1.. B. McLeod Jr.. Conway Phone CC2S
1 j 5, .. fill the CIwMtmaa dance fori ., 8171 The Misses Ann Proctor. Bar- Mrs. ThurmonTo Kittredge, Clifford Haughton. No Cover or Minimum Except Sat 50e
i I "'wib Aree bin by the -Iraternl- {r, 12.42 bara Lane Gene Casw ell. "Sylvia i Cuyler V. Smith. Larry Brown. Jr.. PHONE 5910 CLOSED SUNDAYS
J .
Meisch of Sanford.Betty Ann Bal- ; HereAt | Sidney Singleton Ward Matthews I ENJOY A CLEANWATERFRONT
t .At a **' ** t ,IftHtina! of fraternlt !- }. throp. Nancy Layton. M a r J o Speak | and the Misses Carolyn Collins i
-.t.*< tot thU i Ann Dickson and Ammer-
t. council, Dukes. Virginia Chappell. Zuliem Joyce
*. Cha Phi DKa : the banquet of District 3 of
J Tam. Kap Asher. Polly Griffith. Colleen | the Florida Federation of Business man. Gary 3911 orange
u P* >..*. slid Alpha. V Kenney Virginia Allen Annette Aquatic Growth Removed DUCK I IN
Pfr" and Professional Women's Clubs Starling's Blossom TrailWe
25ilL.plil.wr!! formulated : Mr. and E.L.Youland announce Anywhere
t and MUWWI r uamir I I I Mrs. Frances Thurmon. second nerve the same deBcwus foods from noon em a that
I Jr was 'I I vice-president of that organization the birth of a son James Eugene. I BRUCE THOMPSON you get during the evening. A

\i 11.-.taeeesMeal. ,.. .........ek1rman..,.. : and Bob *4'a 5a 's df Women Voters ,I will be the principal speaker. on...,...July....- 2 at Orange Memorial- i 1 I I'Rn..nHa1 143 S Orange Ave. Ph. ?.4405 I II ?f French JUMBO SHRIMP $1.25 -
rtes Mhwr fralmutle. It will be held at the Chamber I Fried
t I ...... than . I of Commerce '
Makd haw indicated. theirof -- .kI iyis Saturday at 7:30 !
i! It141M/aa M ,...... In tMa Chrlat1ltlrtsentau Plan ForumsForemost pro, with the Orlando Business To Have A Pleasant Evening, Dance At The (u. D-ing. Room Only]
met daSttY. and Professional Women's Club .,
! .........UL Mereat.d In Doming\" among the plans forth I acting as hostess. SILVER STAR BAR acA
1 i
; Me Winter season of the Leagueof I
ftIIIntti should contact Jim R v District 3 is composed of clubs
! J- .* <*!..... Qf Raymer Ma- a Women Voters under the lead- in Daytona Beach. DeLand. Lees- PACKAGE GOODS COCKTAILS t
; g41e! M OaltMmrUle tt ership of Mrs. Rhea Marsh Smith burg. Orlando and Kissimmee. BEER- FOOD WTSE t,
: I1 sub- District Chmn. Hazel Costello has Six,Miles from City Limits on Cheney Highway '
.\'.....el .r Mo.U"---1 I ;. 4 s i ternational fields. arranged this weekend conference. / 1 1I

j WALL TILE I One of them is.to be held in I
If* Color Combinations You're sure to feel glamorous in ship of Dr. Kathryn Abbey Hanna, FINE FOODS-FINE SERVICE-FINE DRINKS
! Bathroom complete as low these tayly flowered pajamas. The and one will take place in Orlando 20 TEARS OF DEPENDABILITY I I COME TO TilE a
a* $9OSCHERFER under the chairmanship of Miss CALL PRONE OB WRITE i
youthful round neck is edged in CLUB
TILE CO. tiny ruffling and matches the Margaret Piper. The date tenta- H. L COX t CANDLELIGHT>>
!If 'tr.a.. ...... perky puffed sleeves. Cool and tively set for the discussion hereis Ora. Ave, Winter Park. 2 Doors North .1 Orlaad. Ave.
I.un comfortable Jan. 9. during which time gu- T1JV4 IRMA ST. I For Reservations Phone '17' r ,
.. Bar RestaurantOpen
Pattern No. 8171 is for sizes I bernatorial candidates of all par-
12, 14 16 18. 20. 40 and 4%. Size ties will take part. Serving on the I Open
LA CAVTIVA ITALI1VRESTALIIAXT I 14 44 yards of 35 or 39-inch; 1 committee are Mrs. S. F. Ricker. RETAIL MERCHANTSWe = Where Dhcriminaling; ; ; ; People r Go-.... I 9 A.Mill 6 P.M. TiH.
I yard purchased ruffling Mrs. George Johnson and Mrs. F. MidnightA MidnightDriie
I Invite to
r. MM .Msh.1ta.e Meal IUIU I For this send 25 S. Kottmeier. you =
I pattern rents
t"Wt i visit our new
TEAK -'a C'HICII.r.N a U CwcMtora_ sua111P in COINS your name address.. Plans for the Winter Park meet- DISPLAY ROOM ) In RestaurantON
I. D'Ag..Iart size desired and the PATTERN ing which will be international in LOUNGECUB
(Ma.y H...... fia... MJ7 NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Orlan- I scope and promises to be of exceptional -I Siade-Booth Show Case Co. THE WINTER GARDEN ROAD 2 MILES FROM
c.... .....a'. do Morning Sentinel J150 Ave. interest will be announced 123 W. Central Pho e UZ7J COCKTAIL I DRIVE IN CITY LIMITS DRIVE IN
Americas. New York; 19. N. Y. later. I OM OrtandAf Hivajr between .&itland..nd Altamenta/ -TeL W. .. 117-I .

j Ready now-the new Summer II
FASHION. 52 pages of style color, I
fashion news for every woman .
who sews. Send twenty-five cents

for your copy today. ,,; ..

When the Pilgrims first came
I to America the country's: topsoil
averaged nine inches in depth: today -
experts say land abuse has
decreased the average topsoil
depth to about six inches. ".
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Fred HacMurray Helen Walker

i stCr1e1 /.1 a...Yad.Half 7A5.+ 7 Hour.C..i.. a Cartoona"*C 5k.$ Add F'.. I In.71C.tM. t We are selling out to the/ bare walls! J

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; Now V ., Regardless of cost. . were' going to sell them!

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lord "LADIES' MAN"

i lone WoffTn Mexico We have signed franchise
1I THE &unIaS-Erk Blore-

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DORSEY ih..y t(3. we had to agree to carry NO OTHER MAKES of shoes!

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Off* If iMS2S wu buflt by the devfl ALL ONE PRICE . . . .
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Po3el6! COrlanb mtng fcrttthul Thursday, July 17, 1947 i I Kiwanis Club
Youth Caravan
i I DeLand Students I I Lodge HoldsInstallation

Individual OUR BOARDING HOUSE !' Eggs and Poultry Members I Hears Report


Receive Honors
Stocks Score T OiCS HOMTEOBEM sales to rttQn I Address Club | On Convention

I ? AMO BISON% WTUeRESOU AR.a JJ Partv q Net Cur. I

OP THE cxoT IMP! 'i -t FA4 PaloilPOt Grade A Peed Wt.*. Per Mkt.dr. K-c- -' tn O'--'do Mor", Sw' p'l' \t:0I': .- O- -rds Mol'-.J'9 Sent-nefT' rper"3: to (Orfonrfo Momwg Sn"0*n r fSeC '.''''. "*"3 *.
Leaders Rest I III' RGflO FLl'P1) '4E i ( LP's-r t'iT- Larte ____ 24 ei tile DELAND-Honor roll at Stetson KISSIMMEE-Forty.five Kl- Oleason SANTORD Mw.nfct Cluli
Medium M.
21 SANFORD Homer
os MSmall
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>*e eeo MEMDOSSED PiCTU MUCH -ti I. 'SA'4fl.t. .& wanians heard Youth Cara-
two lunrh-
? _____.- 18 o* SO University for consistentlyhigh at the We* dwr
ut ar a aiA ccii
_ _ ,! ...a. i*.. : M& Ot.E COM1NS QJTOF56UFAW Extra lr.. ______________ 28 ox np 63 scholastic standing dunn; vaners speak at the clubs Tues- AS noble grand and Grover Williams member 'heInternatlonal

...C. ..... ...._ __. $QW4 flkN..i Lfl OSCAtfS ShJS- Sale direct t* consumer day night meeting. and learned as vice-grand have been eon were tven a I o
..... Inll ... ...S SMB Grade A Per dz. Ia Crts the Spring quarter ending in June Ktwanat
? that allover
towns like
-V t.P.uGi.t GEPJ.. P'IG 'PO1'.b Lane .______.'. 24 o* 7Oe contained: the names of 48 De- Kissimmee. installed to head the IOF Lodge Cv.nlO
I c.nl t8-#_ ..... k... b.vI s.sa Medium ____?.' 21 ox Me Land the U. S.. are having similar held In The report
c".co Small 18 o* Me: students according to a spiritual visitations this Summer No. 27 for the ensuing year. Olea- c.l.

.--.. -..4 eM Extra Iar.. _, ______ 28 ox a p 73Sale statement yesterday by the Regis- from young people. son succeeds Charles Stafford retiring was read bjr In
- -- to Bale t trar's office.Following. at the Harold
-c.-.w I __ ._. .. \ \ .. S I Retailer Consumer is the list by classes: Porter Anderson. Donaldson. noble grand. and Oa re Har.o local drt ia-

........-. -- : e.; ,, ; OreCed Lite Dm*4 Live Freshmen-Olin R. Martin JamesR. Tenn., and Mary Beth Joyner, Willard McDonald and his Orlando 4 gates.

........ .--_.UVJ..-...I. SS.V IS Ie SSS. .. (:.' (L. ) Florida Dressed Dean At Dr'a-n Crosby John S. Chrisenberry.Donal Silver City. N. C.. two of a five- Installing staff were presentat WhBe they were toMtnwtd to

c.nu_ .... SLI. ....- 4 4'S..-. Fryer Broiler. Red Red 2.:,3 ft* 311 59 44 67 W. Conn. Mrs. Marjorie A. member team currently engagedin the meeting Monday and installed I vote against an .
55 555 SSSS.S SS M SSS.V 55uS a week-long here of rC'
Chase. Benien H. Becks. program due
.__ Joseph berahJp
.. under 2 Iba 38 58 43 88 the officers who win serve
liens heavy breed 32 49 39 M 0. Miller. Benjamin R. Clark. social educational and religious the ported that af basr1 O ccin
.....,..II AVISASIS \J Hen luht breeo 25 39 3O 48 Stanley M. Conley Howard J. training for both young and oldpeople under Oleason. Following h.
..w ..... sl.pbSI. conducted the Kiwanis business and installation. H. M.
._ __ __ I- c_ ....C.S. ... COTTON CLOSING Clifton. Richard D. Ecan. Francis Huffman and C. L. Wynn served approval of rmmW Jt

..SIS .MtI 1541 .n.._ SS. ... NEW TO UK (CAP Cotton future reached P. Fitzpatrick. James R. Dur- program. were sure the S-ofmd .fjlt
.. .S$4 ..S4 ISIS ............ new seasonal hl.... in heavy trading ..... den, Fred B. Ballard. Theodora L. Al Cody was in charge of the refreshments to the group. be agreeable fe UM
$5 S... 5544 "PI " )315SH SI. *5,4.,. Final .r..... wore 82.55 to S5.8S club Others Installed are J. D. Jobe "
.5 SI sS II IS S.4' "M a.u... SI. a bale above the previous cloao .. ....1'...* Jennings. James W. Riddell. ClydeP. program committee which warden H. M. Huffman. conductor At the conebMton of "
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__ e_ $. was spurred ay a .brisk *>mand for early ] Smith. Rudolph C. Rosa. .has support of churches as its a motion picture on autbmoiiv*
.. S... .n" ..., tinned now ere cotton which was reported mission. : C. J. Wilkinson chaplain: the Penn.
I' ..S ..... u.)) S14s. d : commanding a premium of fourcent Sophomores-Marjorie Marks. I.. Wjmn right scene supporter; safety p by
) Guests present were Major J. S.
. $3S..IS #
. Tania **
a pound or more over forfutur .s".
.. Vl5 .__. ISP." ISSe. **. prico Walter F. )Ialmbor Forest C. Wharton. Salvation Army. member W. O. Bridges, left scene supporter Pres. Lester Tftarp pra a-

__ ....M S. SbIt..tt Commission houe .buyin* was U.. fealimite Thontt. Helen V. Trundle. William of DeLand club; Lloyd Gahr. : I. Z. Williams right. supporter and A ft.so
.. S.SS Sd .. S.S.S.SS the luncheon meetuac
,- .,' -- .S.511 ...... 3).. tees *and) ..feri.. .icaa_ r.as.Sy Hdo ..II....issa,.lihtwith si W. Barnett Elizabeth W.BuckMr Orlando. past district Kiwanis to the noble grand; W. O. Shue- was

.... .-..>- M NIl i *.** ........ .........t..1 movement .. waa the new *. Audrey Caine Clem- governor and now president of the man. left supporter to the noble Man procran_d.n

;wz.I crop t* market not expected until tho latter ans, George C. Dannals Jr.. Merchant's Retail Assn.; Dorsey grand: D. C. Howard. and A. B.

JrCEW YORK IAPI further Individual selling A part lead In of* soot Auu.firm t. sold around 184MM John M. Fountain, Roy B. Fox Prescott. Orlando member. and M. Lovejoy. right and left supporters Osceola/ County

stock absorbed bale' of the October. 1947. delivery ... t.. Jr., Harrison D. Griffin. Emmet P. MiUer. local lumberman, guest to the vice-grand: B. T. Spots
yvtttrday with a full amount of caI.*-.... Th* market also was influenced F. Low, Evelyn C. Reynolds E.AU.n of his son. Ellis. and Phillip Kessler. inside and Instruments Filed

Suet* although many market by some an"eaoectod.000 .bale. Government of old. crop inoviry cotton for for Thompson Betty Jo Gahr spoke with praise of the outside guardians.Cleanup or* i "2 O ,-' "'-' .* .0'KISSIMMIEI -. '

I leaden conunued to rest in the Japan soon.' i work done by Florida District Governor I
Lancston. Robert C. Feasel. Cyril -
minus ranks.DratiAM I I IMd. \ Since las _'. Government _.*.*. D. Garrett.JuniorsKenneth. Sen. N. Ray Carroll Kissim- Alien. I I P I
1 Closing Stocl k Quotations report on the 197 cetlen crow which waaccnsiovred WlUa
were quiet and easier on tho low ..... futures have mee banker at the recent Kiwanis Drive Fund t Bftwartf P I***.
tendencies prevailed from the I advanced about *'. to $2t a bal. I. Bechtold convention in Chicago. I I & I
Motor revived approaching STOCKS IN TUB ftPOVUOMT .. High Law Last 0.... Mih Low Cl... J. C. Bardley Martita F. Lane D.
atari. Next Tuesday L. D. t I
NEW YOlK (AP ...... ......... .ne- Cant Can .. SI 40 39% 39'. Oct. :4.99 3S.SS 34.S 3S.3O-3S: uo SISi0s. (Constance Ann Bradley. James F. meeting & F c 0
the final hour and activity picked ... iMt ...... SI IK. II .u.t' Coat Motor ... 2 >. 5'. 5 34.10 34.' 34.I 34.55 .. S. will be! handled by the reception Deed.
up a ..\. Quotation in other department tack ___an Coat OU Df4 .. 8 41 44% 45 March 39 :34.8 33.71: :3442 ,. 72May Fisher.] Seniors-Donald F. Mc- committee Al Hunt. chairman, I&IFiasdtoC.m.Ia.Nmwth-
'tOt Tat Tat X1.4M u... plu. Cora Exchante 4.10 id 57 57 573. 33.*1 34.2$ 33.35 33.91 uo 75
stiffened' and extreme % Ember. Marjorie Merrill Alto D. Allan Grissom Area Selected I
)..- c_, ..._ ..;) .... 1. Cora Product __ 10 553. 114'. 1111" July 32.50 33.21: 32.50 3141 N ..* 75 member. : way I & I DtwaL
dfeltoes running to a point or c...... S.. a III I&.IOG II .lu* il.. Crane Co H ._h_ 13 34... 33% 33% Oct.29.19 30.5.29 18 38.09. up 101 Teal Jr., Robert D. Henry EmilyV. I & I r t* ArtiMT X _
nor wtrt reduced" in most cases St. .*.>. e*_ ll.fO 11, sv.t. CrucIble Steel .-___ 3 28% 2S'. 28'. .....cll_ s.*t 40.18N up 49. Howes. J. H. Lounsbury. Law et ia. I l.
S.... Mm *. II.'" tlVk .lu. I. Curtis Pubhshc ... 83 10% 10'. 10% _. ninal.N8W school ...
or reorrrted into modest advances.: A.. C.k4. A Ra.M I2JO 5 V. .lu* Vikew Curtis*-WrtehtCutlerHammer .__ 17 S 4'. 1. Frank Sams Murray Suit Dismissal [1- .r-;-do Mcrnng Ser'neP I & I Fund .Jet.** C T
WhU escoveites failed to hold In > *._*_ n.0 .- si ._ . S 28% 2'l. 25'0 ORLEANS AP> Cttn future ad- !Sams Jr.. Donald E. Wilkes. Richard DAYTONA BEACH The .

lh* majority of instances the -..... U.- lS's slus . - ancd.. over_88 .a. .balo.. her yesterday. on Cooper. Chamber of Commerce Clean-up t&ID to AftlMaT B .
Ctu a ... 1*,.O. .t. __ . D..r.&Ce ._h CI 42w. 42 42 tea and "' ; buyino isis profittakMio " !
ri' M waa only slightly uneven.Transfer 5,4 04 OMi* ...,.* 3)s .1... 1V-- Del Lack West _. IS 8%. 8% SS erase*) much of th* *am.Clin4) Straight A students are JamesR. Council has decided to use as an : aoznetux.I&I .
T exceeded the million- .....r v.. I'.)* I 6'. MMIMM . Detroit Kdlaoa ..__ S 23'2J% 23S ) prlea. wer* steady 1.4O t* ; Durden Marjorie S. Marks. exampe of clean and beautification Chart Ooff.
53.78: a bal ...*..... Th* upsur** resulted up M. .
A..lSe > C* .. 1O. !.*. .h. V*. Dlst Corp-Bea 33 III". 15'. 15'. Removal Asked 1
haro mark for the lith atraichta A. ....... I-SOS 5 __ . Dome Mines 20% 90S 20% from .....n *uln, >* with prediction of J JMavy Emily Howes, John Lounsbury and : the area bounded by Glen- C. A. t aMw. Krptwi

I anv> ntin to I..070.000z Petl.d. .... ..... 5'. 1). Doula -------3-: 54% 53% 54 oonoumation and export. nemt sason. Alto D. Teal.Students view Blvd.. Halifax River. HarveySt. et ux. .
"_.. .t.. LiO IS" ..... I. Dr.., IAdU8& .___ 21 29'. 18&. 19% claim of heavy --vil ...__- the Deans list with .c.Co Settee Fin
IbanI acauwl 1110.000 Tueaday.AS..Va'd U a st..i Sill 73 ..... . I duPoat d. II __ 7 195! 194% 1!>5V. tin in th* BUttarn belt and inflation on [S- ': .. and the ocean. ..u
rr..s sleekiei.p.s4i.vas.If1.fsp.lnl I. -- tat& 1 no grade under *B" Include: Mar- : c f.00:: MorSPI' The project will be launched al eh. mtrOkeeefaobee

i ... Trk Oct. M.'. :3IJS 34.85 35.8O-83: 28 man 0
Eaiunaa Kodak ___ 23 47% 47% 47% u*
Mt. M .H Lee Lad plaintiffs in four libel suits asking
a' Iii fl.licaUnc the slip of ACr-Mrtn Vet El Power k Lt __u 33 18 17% 17% Doc. :3441 3448 M42 3 .*O-4S up 47 I. Bechtold. D. F. McEmber. Con- ager of the Chamber said. 10 BrO.
S I 5 I
t .&lltu.... El M ?-_ 8 11 13% 13 March33.98 :34J(1 :33.44 347." u* 18 J stance Bradley James Fisher, Ro- damages amounting to $200.000 Oaxdavr I Albert ..
the pneedleg ........ Air MXMtm M 34. 33 34". .
AlMk j... 10. I U I" SVAilMbaar lot Pub Service: ___ :39 30% 29'. 30% Nay 33.43: 34.a :l3.H 3.7: .p 75 bert D. Henry Emily Howes. J. moved the circuit court in Osceola Named to ccrre op the committee eondtttoMal
The market narrowed to 1.003 l Ert, RR uu_ 24 11 10% 10'. Jut 32 5* :lJ... 12." 12." up 75 Muk otrat
Car* It I J1. 3'. County to set aside were Jerry Vincent, representing -
Etenbarp; . .. IT 15% II U 15% H. Lounsbury Alto D. Teal. The its order of
Aim 14 BO II 5 >
31s. ) 39 .
I Issue from 1.034 the day before. Al Cb*. DM Si., 187 189 -FPam. NEW 0 SLEANSIPSnt cotton dead' De n.s List is an exclusive junior dismissal entered June 4, puttingDr. the JayCees. Charles .Ha C t Claudie

Of the total. 41) fell and 354 rose. AllU-Ck Mf. 32 )U 37>. 3">. I ... Tel & Rad 6 7 5'. 8'. steady. S2.50. a bal' ""."a.. Sales 27. and senior honor.Hospital . C. W. Bressler-Pettis defendant. Warner of the Realty Board Yate. .
Rrrordtng highs for 147 wereChnsler.uplStoSl71Uon A. AuUmm M 10 S'. .SAM Pireston T & R __ 4 54'. I'''. s3'. Low middling :14J5: middling :19.25; .od MaJ. H. K. Hamilton ef the Citizens o J*>rr. T.Moria .
in the
.IS. 719. Stock same legal position he
_ I
C.fel. Ai tt4 11* 4t. 52. I>. PUntkot 3 32'. 32".. ]2'. .
: Am C.. s 53l. 12 S2"., Flonoa Pow -------S 15'. 14% 1.53. 55.895. was before the recent settlement American Legion. Douglas Gris- sat. O.
( t OH X at &$, Bendix Home Appliance Am Car A r., ... S 41'. 47 4T. -0- ofmiddlm was reached. weld of the Liens Club and Dr. H. u I Laura
prico &
Den .
Cable 88 .
11 11 .
1 1-2 at 23 1.1 and StanrdOi3ofOh1o13.st233. A.hP.P..23 4'. 4 4" h.n 11' ..... _.. Assets R. D. lllgglns and John Minorof Hiekman. q.e.4.
t cotton at 18Southern
Am H_ Pr.. IS 24'. J4>. 24'HAm Oe. EJe. n_ 45 38% 37% 38% $/ The four suits, each claiming .
.$. L r mXHt. ... IS >4H 34 34'. ; Oea Food ___.,;: 9 41% 41% 41% spt market today wa *2.S a $50.000 damages for libeL were the County Health Unit. Thomas . -
Chemical added 2 1.2 ... P.. U SS 12H U'. 12'. I IOta Motor .____120 81% 59% 81 bal hither at 39-14 cents a pound (now cert of ..
S Aitltd at Am.4e9t.31 IS 14'". 14% I Iota Pua. UtU _-_ 21 14Va 14 II hioh for ...*.,,): averao fr th. at M pending in the circuit court of The area selected win be dressed
lU west Indira Sugar 1 1-2 at .. ..a MUI S4 32S 11'12 i iOillett* Sat,ROlmbe4 _____ 22 281r28 28 market day* :17-41; middling /-inch av"era Osceola County. prior to the June Edgar O. W. ..Mrs
313.$4uJ'et1 !.* at 195 .. .mt>. a .. 2S Sit IO<. I11 BroaGoodrlen ._h__ 44 28% 25% 2*.. *. 17.78 cents a _..4. $$190,127 up as an example of the proto- LUlie
Jump 4 settlement and were filed by Wo.
Aa au r.rt 30 33 :32S 33 IBF) _._. 5 58 57% 57% type of the clean up drive. Personal L. X C. Jvaa
1-4, Lesser alnen included UA.0tl. A.9.ssrR.rt. :3 40H 40>. 491, ,I Ooodrear T Ac R 18 49% 48'. 48% CHICAGO LIVESTOCK plaintiffs. J. M. Johnson. Dorinda calls will be made residents .t .
Onral Motors. Deer*. A_ T.l Tu 4 IMt. 1)TH 17. Oraham-Psite Mot 50 4% 4% 4>,. CHICAGO fCP OJROA) Hess 10.000 Burrill, A. P. Crosby and T. S. o et ux. sat of
Tractor Am Tee B !. ?.>. 7'S 7iH Ot Norton Ry PI u 19 43 44% 45Oruh..aDd Uoderctely set.... and steady to 25c lower in the area to enlist their D. w. Shertofrth to C.
Oliver Corp.. Caterpillar
(5peicl Or'ado'r - Ser' -&!) Parks. f J
A. V\KeN .e U'. Ute 545e Corp 49 10% 10% 10% for butcher under 300 IB. and *o*. under ta g > aid in the drive. Public meetings Jones et a
Intmauonal Telephone Columbia Am WM WU 20 I." 1.S !"'" Call Moo Ohio __ 22 12% 11% 12'. 400 lbs. HeavIer weicht both classes DAYTONA BEACH-An audit Grounds for the motion to set u ma. c
Oat Cerro de Faaco Air Reduction Am A ...>..C59 _uu._ | Jfi, 3.s.ftse..ds 3S*.. Oalf-M-OU ____u_ 37 ,n.o 70% slow and 2S-50e lover. AH weisht* ando prepared by J. L. Robertson shows aside the recent order of dismissal i I; w ill also b held Hall said. In an N. C. .1O f I t D. W Km-
34 37". 37' 37 H : effort to educational berth
General Dectrie. United Arm. . ... Hares ._. > *. closed slow! Top 2725 Bulk food that assets of the Halifax Hospital 'I 1 we
r C M J4S 14". 14AM4 Mff 10" 8 8% sod choice 170-24O lbs Z* 50-27 OO; 25O- according to the plaintiffs' allega-1 I end of the clean
N. C.
push directly D W
Air Unes Great Northf'maU- Dry O.n4i S 1IT, 1St. .... Homestake MiaHooaton _ 8 48% 45'. 45". 270 Iks. 23.50-24.50: 28O-3OO IDS. 23-25. increased 190727. The rePOrt tions. lay in the fact that their! up .1o u to .
atenTasp u. II.. i7V, 87' OQ _. 20 24% 24% .243. to those concerned. berth et sp. .
29 23 aboit 340 lbs 21JO 425 Ib. butcher
and Northern Pacific. ;
; submitted to the a1
way was Boardof
AU CMM UM I MH S4S S4S Hudson MotorIllinois __.- 83 18 17% 17% 19 00. Good sod choice sows under 400 signatures had been obtained > Others Tuesday's Valerie Davidson Otixm:
........ .f .... t* ,.. points AU BXUUBI f 37*, 37', 37'. -1- Ibs 19 00-21.30 40O-4V lba. 17 OO-19 00: Commissioners at a meeting through fraud. deceit mistake and j' wh attne Marvin t
Atlas C-. 12 2Sl S3', 2i'. Central __ 23 28% 28 28'. nights Council Oilleon.
.rr* Ii..ula Aircraft at 54. Partfi 450-5OO Ibs. 19.0O-17-5O; pier thanSOO Tuesday nightThe trickery by Bressler-Pettis and I I o Ja n.
A Mts .
t 2] IS S I U laterlake Iron --- 32 13% 13 la 13% Iba. 15.SO-16M. 0 were Robert Her. -- -
Urum Oil 31. ) ...lnC -- lat Harrester ____ 13 94% 93 93 Cattle 10.OOO calve IJOOO. Good sad audit listed as the largest that he had violated provisions of bert D. DeA.

_-. 3*. 3. C. lesser 45 3-4. ..leZ.ac. .h_.___ S II 11" 19'. Ins Nick CeO __ 31 32% 31% 32% I choice steers and rcorlints SOc hither; increase land. buildings and equip. stipulation. agreement and re- Ss. Joh E Lnr
B." Obw ..__ 41 14 11 S 14 klat Paper _.._ 37 48'. 47% 41 I tap 1.10 hlsher *t 32 85 for three loads ment, which now make the hospital's and Claa .
$aletatlead IUrvr ler 91 and llanaN'U Oil IS II'. 31" 29 .lat. Bait ____ 2 55 55 55 t with weltht. Liberal uppty sold 29 OO- lease filed in the case. .
i_at..... Sheet .1 14. $.Sei* Aui 0 34'. 34 1. 34*i lat Tel Tel .-,..234 14 13% 13% 1 32 50. Best Hcht rearlin31.OO. Com- holdings worth $314.624 as In similar action. Plaintiffs Ed
Other the downside .... F.o.. .. 3 J4i" 21'. 24t\. FJSbssMstI1- moa and medium raaey steers about compared with $678.797 in 1941. M. L. : I
oa were H. Grove. The
ar'la Steel ... 11" M1. 90 ____ 2 14" 44 44I > steady; ceneral steer market loot ...reDatlL'PM Robertson. appearing before the Brockway. Brandts
R epubbc Steet U A Rubber. Goodyear B...-..- s 17 1SH 11 H I 1.1_ L lIoL __ U 34'. 34 ]4'. belfer 2Sc hlcher. Cutter steady at Hines. J. M. Johnson. T. S. Parks. usm
_ _ Oooonrh. Sears Roebuck a..- Air wm) 11 17S 17 17.. I.lor M -u.____ a 353. 38 3 '" ,,1:1: .SO dora; *ood beef cows steady to Board. explained the audit and and F. M. Simmons an of Kisslm- _
... eRR
c. I 44' 44 44S ...k at 18.SO-21.0O: common and medium suggested the Board wait until he
United Aircraft. American Telephoo ".-WwaPr .. V 48S .* 4.*, i JKennerott COB 20 41'" 41'. 47' cows weak to- SOc lower Bulls street to has an opportunity to study the mee moved to set aside the. settlement Have
*. Baata ?t. New York Otntral -....,. Alrv .. 1:1.0: 9'. 10 -4Laded. 3Se hlcher. Velen 25-_ hlsher at 2500 of a recent Injunction Guest 500 CENTRAL
Southern Railway Kenne- '1IrM..r.... a US 1V US Ga _._-_- 11 5'. 1'S'. down. Heavy saoaace bull 18.75 and beer County tax roil-for this year before -
,, ..* Mis ._ S 3>V. 35 3'l. Lehlcii CAN._u I 11.. 11'. 11'. bull 1550.Misep attempting to set millages it against Pettis. and others alleging -':
cott.' American Smelting. Wcsttnsboiu ...4.C. 13 12 IIS US LIB 0 F Olaa* .__ 4 11&. 14". U". 1.5OO. Not established oa Bprtna: will ask the County Commissionto that Pettis mailed a contro- ; At DeLand 1 -
*. Philip Morris. Internattonal ..!.*. WUH I 34 34 34 LlbbyMcIlL.. 7 5'. 9 9 lamb. Pscksme medium and food 85 lb. versial letter to a plaintiff in violation :
a.ua. MUM 49 MS ItS 2OTTA I UseeU Myr' = 4 90% 89 90% steady t at 23.50.buck* Included. Held levy. j i PADDY A !
Paprr Schenlej and Standard 44 Macs ... IS 13% t3S 13*". 'Lockheed: AIR u__ 8 11'. 13" 11'". food and choice native ewe* and wethersprinaers The audit showed of the settlement agreement ;I ISoe--,fa, Morning Sentinel! HA HAL
OU I INJ.i. -C- Loew. taeLortllard _u.n 11 24% 24 24 st 2&.5ox other classes steady. total Income reached by all parties. DEN and Mr.Rb t*... tw ftH
Bond cut rMklm) IS 29 21" 29 (P) .._ 2 19% 11'II'. Undertone stronc on ..... Parka. loodshora from all sources as S3i- .
Cotton futuie and
were uneven. sonS Wow sole ia Pi
".118.*. -1A.e .. I 2'. 2"2"- old crop Umbs and yerlloi mixed 139 and total riaft to ee'. .
hu a top for the Mason and c.. Orr O .... I* ,..', 1SS. 1SS" I! Mack Track II 51 50% 81 21.OO. common to sood shocn mlaashlrrewe operating expensesas Tampa are visiting Mrs. McK- oo 8, *>.S.. iist.ly aO ,
endM' slUt advance of n.1I0 CM FtttfM .___ 22 US 12S 12S Mac? Can>>r Ceep 11 17S 17S 17S Maria Midland .__ 10 1'% 7.. 7'. I, and .breeder ewes. '.OO.ctina of $60.472. This amount parent
UM a bale CsaStJbc. T :39S 39S 39S Marshall Field ._ 8 31'", 31'. 31% does not include fixed Bradt. fur* Ho wvtadj room .Vf wsi Oe'Wcl
Al Cfcvicai wheat was vp 1 C.1e_. C.r. 32 24S 24S 2.'. Mania OU ....__, 8 17% 17'. 17.. STOCK LIST 362.084.Breakdown assets of Mrs. Mary Wood is a patient at ; 5, b.&h fl.t iner .
3.4 to S J.' Oriel. corp .u_ S 27*. 21' 374 Mid-Cent Pet _-_, 7 44 43% 44 ;' the DeLand Memorial stale' tmol. M.Hr of I *
I HospitaL
real a basnettra C.., rraixtry is US 10'. 11 Mo-Kaa-Teiai _ 8 8>, 8.. 8% Puntl.lIecllIrou.b courtesy Merrill' Daughter ; ** w* a I4Ode.W'.ct
less 2 to 3 !.. and oats C rr. .. PM __hll.. 32V. 31% 32V Monsanto Ctiem .u 35 83 82'. 83%' Lynch. Pierce. Fenner and Beane. showed that the Baptist Student Union members I destroy of .. am*.
I. C.naIaoT rt4 .14 .4 153. is 1SS Monttom Ward _n_ 34 82% 81'. 82'. Aluminum Co. of Amer uu.__ lilt:. cost ef patients per day rose from at Stetson aovMkoU ffco W4
.. I University
I are sponsoring *
___ .
'Cttrt Oh>. ... 12 41'. 41'. 45. Amer. Cyanamid Co. B. ___ __ 47% $8.83 Make f. .
Xonar Cor 8 last Visit
137. 13
Ahead in th* curb were Bridgeport Cia M .. rS ... 17 10% 10!' 10W -*4taphK.lvlnater- % 13. Amer. Caa A Elec. ___unu.h 39'. year to $9.26. These I a picnic to be held at DeLeon ..1 e....S e'.y.'bne.

OLI. Olen Alden Coal and clileaw 5 u-. ... 53 18% 18 18'.1 Ark. Hall Oa A... _________n. 8. figures generally regulate the hospital's Springs Friday. A bus win leave PILGRIM ODO.W/CK/ XK.LS
err Puua __ Amer. Light a Traction ____ 19 .
1 U\e u... 45% AirUaeaNat ___ nu budget. Nurses' salaries I HELEN SNOOGKASS
Nat 8 13'13% 13%
Perfect Circle. Backward were Cto Kl Ilium __ s 425, 42'. 42% .. Atlantic Fisheries -_____nuu__ 8% | the BSU house across from Hulley UNPLEASANT
Aluminum of America. Cuban Atlantic CrCU _..___ 3 17) 174% 17S Nat Blacmtt to Fib___--_- 2 7 29 12%% 29 12% 29 12%% Banna Steel _______________uu_. 5% alone would account for this increase o : ;:'JP)1 '0 Or',1o, Mc.ng er1.--1J tower at 5 ODORS 4f'

Su*ar. Standard Cap and Clt-Fl 49 48% 41Cm .' lIst' Can __ .__.;_ I 11% 11 11% 'I Creole Pet. Corp. __n__________. 30 the auditor explained. ENTERPRISE Mrs. John On the birthday p. list today are
Cities Service 38%
P..l Ir is U" U U' Nat Cash Rei u_ 27 41% 40% 41% - -= ====-==== The Board also voted to delay Tucker the former Miss Edna
Selected Industries. Turnover here Cwom O El _14 .dl2 11% 12 Nat ContaIner __ 14 39% 3939% Elec. Bond Share Co. 13% George M. Coe. C. S. Stevenson
Cm l Cn4lt 1 ..'. 44S 44S Mat .. 1 i Fatrthild En: *. Airplane Corp. _n_ :lOl.a % ordering two automatic levators i i Northrup. and daughter Carol. are Mrs. L. C. Harris.
DaIrY Prod 15 Graham.
-? 33 32 33
2M.OOO aharca
waa versus :10.000 I __ ___ __ GRAY HAIR
Cmt ....... . 9 25'. 25'. 25' Alden Coal Co. __-- _u 19 pending further study. L
Nat Distillers 44 22% 21'. 21% visiting her father. E. A. Northrup,
Phronla \.[
Tuesday Comvtth Ktit h.J:$ :30 29% 30 Nat CTDSOD __. ,._ 17 20 19'. 20 Or. AtL Pae. Tea Co. __.________110 Joh. Elizabeth
CMBvith com* 110 3% 3"3% Nat Lead ___ 10 33&. 33% 33% Humble Oil ft R ff. ___ --uu_ 64% i and friends this week. Revitzer Koch.

Rork-cutting tool were used in CWM CM CultS UIM. 34 IS 3S 12'%. 3 12'%% H"12%, Nat' Pow Lti 2 1% 1'. 1%1 | Krocer Kaiaer-Prasier.Grocery .--.--.=======:======_51 7%% Mrs. Foster I[ Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Braddock Myrtle Brady was hostess to the NEWS

Yelps l.OOe year ago. c.., ..k e 13.. 15.. 15%%i i Nat Nel Supply Corp _.'.n"__-"_ 43 2 18 21% 17%. 1821V. 21|. Lone Star Gas Co------_____Uu. 18". j and daughter Norma Jean of Vero Catholic sewing circle Wednesday.H. .

Newport Indunt __ 1 28 28 28 Niagara Hudson Pw. Corp. _______ 9'. j Beach, visited Mr. and Mrs. H. E. W. Alford R. F. Ttrrley

N Y Central RR 88 18% 18 18%1 Pantepec Nllee-Beemeat-Pood OU ot Vea.Co.__________________, 11 9'&'.. Addresses Braddock recently. left Wednesday a fo Cptwn. No More Dyeng?
N Y Chi St L. Pt 2 110'% 110 110
BUBBLE CHAMPS __ __ Dr. and Mrs. Carey T. Mitchell
CHEW Rexali Dee. nuu_ 9% N. Y. Mr. Turley .
Jj No Am Artatlon 10 8% 8 8
North Amer Co -?-. 20 25% 25% 25%%1' Sherwin William ._________151: of Orange City were calling on plane in a few days .U T Mr. b restortn Science's 8t rtkM cwW BW THiwilai .
Strock Co.- 27 *? natural
Northern-0-Pactfle 32 20% 17. 20%1 Sonoton Corp. ====:::,_=-- := =: 3% Pilot Club I friends Sunday. ford will fo.he extended bad 88 NU .*fray***- I8a kaar

and parents approve this laboratory-pure, Ohio Oil ? ____..,27 27 211 H 27 Schalte. Isc------_______ 4% Howard Wilder. former employeof visit & dangerurn bair dyctn* ,vea.a. .
Otis Elevator .._ '7 29% 29% 29%1 Stand. Pw. Light ___ 2% the Florida Power Corp. of Tal- The Rev. and Mrs. dncrfoni by naaaaxal > eaf.
foil-wrapped, quality bubble guml Oweas-IU-5-01.. __ 8 71 71 77 St.Tamp'laE Paper' Co. 1:::,.I:== 11 31% [Soecir1 3- Or'c"lWin' -'j S'lt-irwIT lahassee. visited here Monday and Charlesworth and family Au' *Ply harmless to aatt-cray Bwar TttawMBubtanc
The DeLand Pilot T- TOW ay**** SUapty 8BB*>
Frank** Boyia. winner of prixa baaobaH iarocat Pat Ou a m. ___ 7 U 40'. 400..' Textroa Technicolor ---- __<. 14% Club held its ; Tuesday.Mr. turned from Daytona They 1 a day wntd rranM as5 See
Pac Ttn Cona .____ 3 53. 5 ====:= 13% regular meeting ah color returns .
eaotaat. aaya: "BUB'8 tba winnar % la. iThermold = and Mrs. Truman Jenningsof also several tara
1 faewy*for thaw*hi f champtooahip, bubblaa!" Packard NoIse _.__ 94 I'. 5'. I". Tin Coach ---- --::----==- 13 11%% Tuesday night. The supper meeting DeLand spent Sunday with her spent da nt 'font look old brfrr w Owl
AMdVxiaB Hi Pan Am Airars __ 28 12 11lJ.% was held at the Rose Cottage. Mrs. Charlesworth's Nix TiUiatai Ub4rta
< >or.Mra.noraE.BorU.atroBUB' Caned Ga Corp. _______ 18% parnu today
1 Uu.
l ,. .: tho wuaor for qi.miity and punty. Par.Panhaadl.Pp.. Pictures 38 3 29%% 29 7%% 29V.7% W. V*. Coat Coke _____..-u______ 13 Highlight of the evening was a 1 parents Mr. and Mrs. O. Q. Sel- Jacksonville Beach KO MAIL ORDCKs .... .

T I too-which I. a* a moUktr.iimmt on ia any 'Patina Mines ..._- 2 12 12 12 speech by Mrs. Maurice Foster lers.Mrs. Mr. and Koehler have .
: prad rt for cfaildrrarBUB i Penney trip
: anacta all Pura Food roquirrmont! ''haD If* aaa U.8. A.-omjtr 'Penn Pw LI ..._ 27 20, 20". 30% I I.ad trretular. AA 93 seer 70; A 92. 68.5; Club members present were Mrs. and daughter of Chesapeake City,
PUll R R : 38 22 21% 21'. j B 90. 7i 65.5. Bg Irregular: John Miss Veronica Goodwin of San- ,
MI. i - --- ca'i; : Erickson. Mrs. Keith
ca.ditii Veitch
IS.lSry Pepsi-Cola ____..n 45 32% 31% 32% Larse M.. extra* SO-53 S; madmurnextras ford spent the weekend with her Md.Mr.. and Ernest Machen PHARMACY
Pfizer Chas & Co __ 21 44% 43 44'. 4-46 5; standards 44 5-45; cur- Mrs. Fred W. Casey. Mrs. Bea Ar- M.
Phelps Dod a ___ 27 41'. 41 41% i rent receipt 4O-40.S. dirties 37-38 check vin. Mrs. Jack Hornier Mrs. Edith 1 parents Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Good- have Atlta U Canh 8'*. B)8ie 9i.
$& Phlla Elee nn___ 13 24% 24% 24.. i I ;37-37 J. Merrill. Miss Loretta
-& Phlhro Corp ____ 7 29% 29% 29% Steinmeyer. win.Vernon Hardin. USN. now sta-
i Philip MorrisPhillips ____ 13: 34 33% 33". Mrs. T. H. Gove Mrs. James Pol
Pet u_-. 12 82% 82 82.. Sears Roebuck _._ 53 40'. 39% 39% lard. Mrs. Quincy Ownsby. Miss tioned in Miami visited his mother. Just ReceivedA
#S2* Pressed SCar __ 9 UU% 12%> Serve Inc ___.__ 8 13', 13 13% Mrs. Hugh Hardin over the
Procter A GamP __ 8 18'. M, 88% Shell Union OU _-- 31 32% 32: % 32'. Nora Morris. Dr. Francis Thorn- few advance counter STOP
& | .._ S.e HI .______ 4 23'. 23% 23% Simmons Co __h. 8 38% 38 36% ton. Miss Judith Whitman. Mrs. weekend.
Pullman ____ 7 57% 58'. 57 Sinclair OU ._-_-.44 16% 16 16% Connie Conrad spent several of BIG
? > ; Pure OU 44 27 28% 27 |''SocOD: -VaeuWD _..104 17 16% 16% Malcolm Dykes and Mrs. Foster. days last week in Qrlando. copies ou Don't .misled!
Soa Am .. 3
1 -8RadIo 4% 4% 4%
Corp ____. 72 9% 9 9V. |'j Southern ap-C:1c: ..28. 46 45% 46 : Mrs. Ida Hasleden. Mrs. Charles PAUL & WINTER Toar Seas ra be tr**. awmrtes .
1 Raell -It-orllb _;__ 34 13'. 13% 13% Southern Ry .u_ 31 39% 38% 39% Softball League Conrad and Mrs. S. C. Lawson far .M.... Way ay .
1 Remlnt Rand 2 Sperry Com 8 19'. 19% 19%
: 35V 35 nu.
% 35% K.
Repub Acts u_- 13 8V, 8% 8% Spiaael Inc __h__ 27 13% 13". 13% were visiting In Daytona Wednes- CATALOGThis *ry Jl u" .r.ee
Repub Steel .--_.. -98 28% 27% 28 Stand Brands u_-_ 47 30'. 29". 30% Maps Game Rules witS .r. enep.ea.
Revere Cop A Br .. 8 20% 19% 20% 8<<10. E-4 Ft .. 51 27% 28', 27% < day.Mr.. and Mrs.\ Calvin Middleton DDT aM4
** Se
Get it there on
Bafevar Stores .._ 89 25'. 24% 25% Stand OU M J .--- 58 77% 76% 76% NEW SMYRNA BEACH The Braddock Sunday. good all typos of extra cwM.

Use "The Jack Rabbit Lnie"Daily 51L8.aFro..39 Recta Pap ... .128 11 I% 10'5'.. 11 Sat Stand Std SU OU Sees Ohio ._._.__,103 6 29 14%% 28 14% 29 14% newly organized softball league 1 Mayor Allen and daughter. Miss I Bonded and Insured
Bcheoier'! DistilBeab _-,_.4'7.431 3CI t. 30"% Sterlin Drug __-__ 16 41%. 41'. 41.. here last night mapped out several t Ruth Allen of Lake Helen called PLUMBING
Al RR ._ 9 17% 17 17 Stoxaly-Vaa Camp 8 18 18% 18% rules to provide for a foundationfor .I on friends Sunday.
Stone. Webster .. 3 14% 14% 14% Gto. J.
I I Stadebaker C.rp ..83 22% "21". 22% league games. pending the Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stowell of Albion available, among Boyle

I I[ Bunny Oil .____h 40 10% 10% 10% adoption of full regulations. -- Iowa and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. other toulc
i Sunshine Mai ..._ lit lfr% io10% of Iem. Write .r Can
i Swilt at Co _...h 4 35 3.3$ The league adopted the use of t Linsenmeyer and daughters. Ar-
-T- the Rawlings ball and left the lene and Beverley. of Marshall-
Service to Tecaa C* ____. ... 30 84% 64% 64%
of shoes
. lexas Gulf Sulph. 7 54% 54% 54% type optional. Umpireswill town Iowa left Tuesday after visiting MontgomeryWardCATALOG e.BOYTE
Tex Pac C At O __ S 33% 33 33 be paid $I for each game. and i Mr. and Mrs. Don Stowell. OFFICE
Dont borrow unneos. Tex Pac Lnust -. :*4 -**-. 46: 26's managers will register players Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Zimmerman

41 CENTRAL airily but if a cash loan { TId.Tranaamenca Wat A, OU__-___-< 1.* 21 13%% 21 13" 21 13%.. three days previous to entering of Orlando were here Tuesday. 250 S. Orange AT. CO. .

,l FLORIDA TOWNS b the but solution to Iraaa at West Air :3 II 17'. n.,. them in games. 6318
Trt-Cont Corp ____ 24' 6'. T i iTwentcro The first T.l Ph.ne ISM 224 S. Maht
league game will be at
your M
money _____ 13 33 32: % 32: % Sanford Commissioners
problsn. get It from J -U- 6 pjn. Monday at the softball diamond -

S ftmnaf Dnloa Ba* <- p ? J3: 331 37. 37" between the Lions Club and Cancel Meeting Again
whsr 4 outofSwho.skfoealo.e Unioa caiblde ___ 4 109s lot, 109, '
1 Cnwa OU Cal __ 8 23 Suncrest Dairy. There will be a I ..
; % J.122
: % .501"- .1 try 'J' '1' Mor"Q '- ]
Union tactile ___ 4 139 ; practice at 6 PUBLIC
MINIMUM RATE-35c Per h % 138% 139W game pan.
Package it! Loan SANFORD-Because of illness
let mad privately United Air Line _. 88 24'. 23% 24% between Suncrest. Dairy and Davis -
ea salary only, United Aircraft _h_ 15 1"*. !. iw I and absence of members. the City

ALL PACKAGES INSURED urnitura or auto.NAT10HWIDI L. . bnltea Ua CK-Wh Cora stra.-----_- ;3 26. 3S 6 3 oil% 3 6% Corner Store. I, Commission meeting postponed on have been by the Alien Property

United Pratt ._.., I Monday and Wednesday orere
41 57% 54% M& OUN AND AOSTMESrr again on Custodian
DRIVERS BONDED CREDIT United Gas Imp ... ..t :l'l" 22'a 22- NEW YORK (UP Dun and Bra .tnoet.> i will be held at a later date t sl te hghet bidder, for cash.
.- Cain good for immodi- r United MAM 8 16% 16". iSis daily weithted eeljades of 15 tplo to be announced. Mayor H. James Lots 53 5. Sub. locatedon
.ta cash at 400 affiliated 4 V S OJPSUI& .. 1 194 104 104 commodities compiled for United Pres* Height
U B Inda Chem _. 5 4S 49 49 I 11930-32 avers*. equals, 1001: I Gut said yesterday. the west of Lake Ro.

RiatHflf, offica Apply f-4 U S Rubber _____u 11 51% 50% 50% ,: Testerdar __h__-__ nu___ 28569'Tuesday '
U 8 Steel ._.___u.. 75% 74 _h..hn.h_.___ 26402I i G1tAIN RANGes The lots
Card % 75% consist
for a today. No - I Week Asa __.___hh__._.____ 25865 CHICAGO cup,: of approximately six acre*.
G tioD. ; TIc Cn< -CWaik.r AO .___-_______ 228.96 WRZAT'July Friday, July 18th J"at
Com in or phooa. 4 t. ,HkO A W 8 21'. 21 21 I'I 1947 Huh march 18) ____ 289.25 _.hU_ 24134 2443. 240" 242 3:00: PJ.L 1
% %
Walworth Co ..11 10% 10% 10% !11947 Low Jan.. 23) __ h_..._____ 232.80 I Sevt. ____. 231 23.. 2311 231"- .
Loans $25 to $30 Warner Bros Dee------- 2351', 239 2353. 225".
-.23 17
1td: tar West lad 8u. .== 61 27% 26 18% 16 27% I' FOREIGN EXCHANGE iMarvh -- -52339 We reserve the right to
% !
NEW YORK AP> Closing foreign n- .=:::2W. w.. 2313. 233".
Weatlaa Air Br ... 3O 35% 35 35 I We will be pleased show
change rate follow (Great Britain la doU COaB13.1Y
Westla aTlee .. I t
L1 -- 44 29% 2a% 2>W I lars. others In cent): t _____ 211'
-P WheeUn Steel __ 13: 39% 39 u 211"11 220 21734Isast. time prior sale.
.____u_ 31 S i Canadian dollar ia Hew York noon market - .2083. 210":10': 208', t REALTYt
White Motor > i - -
;E =P.a sS; FINANCE Ca 25% 25 25% :
: WUljc-OrerUad ...110 10 i! SS per cent discount or 91.5O U.S. Dee.. _-_____111 1893. 18434 lIe
% 10" 10'" ,
cent unchanged. M., _____..1U 111"11.11 111i
14 "
u 13', 14' >II '
( t'THf JACK KA8BIT LINE'. 1 H SeatS Or.are AVfBwcfStilrwav | Wooiwortll IPW IB SO'. 49% SO i|i Europe: ::Prance Great Franci Britain.84'84.02. of .a: cent.ESchanged i I I .I.gATS-112.. 102'. 100' 10J" i
WorUtln P 4fc tl S
59% 19'. o GEO. F.
1 aext to -ITounstSST- -. S9% Bin-banged; Sweden iJCrooa) 27.85. nnchaased Beltt. fI6 1/6'. 13'. 94". BRASS
moHi sill oiiAMoa fioi'O I Federal Bakery ; Switzerland Franc (iCom'U Dee 'J !IJ': 914. 923.
.16' 61n. 67% 67U 23.40.ha....... March 391'.
t_.IwI.....S. 4SItIruSS -z- Latin America: Argentina Pr24 u. Mn _ 91' 51' 597. 50' REALTORS
I I tZoait* Product 6 7% T% 7% I ap .02 01 Central AY.
a rent Braid Free S
,'Ie!. 2-3118 I Appreiiiaau fiul total today LOTO.OOO. I Mexico 30.82. IUidaAl.M. BOctuued. BARLEYDec.. _-_ - .lta 1' 1 E Pbo




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11. Baby 8lttr- 14. Beauty Parlors 17. Hauling and Moving 19. Services Offered 119.| Services' Offered | 19. Services Offered I
: ClassifiedS ClflLDltn JIOAItDED-AlM. I I'CHARLOTTB-KAY ZSAUTT SALON I AERO -UAYFLOWrtl TRANSIT CO. APPLIANCE SERVICE--Ranees, fans. ;' DRESSMAKING; Ladles' alterations. I FLOOR 8A }-rinllhtnc.: ell..- THUR.. JULY IT. '47 PAOE 17
"I ...!!' *.. S. ."*. ,I -MrCrorr Bldropctatn.. with -Lone distance movlnc. Call Joiner washers radios. AU appliancesi apecialty: Store experience; Work ins waxinc. Osclasiva agent for'' -
as I
of .11 '*- WeLL ... I Ulu BCda Moock. "'D.cer. An work Van and Storage service for free i Adaptina ell lamp to electric a guaranteed: 710 Park Lake Ave. flor-Co Sealer which naiantee par- 1 Offered
I ;.! .r7aPeslas.. Ate. [I rand far br experienced operator*, I estimates: also local _DC. storage, specialty. Pick: tip service. Caidwnliand ,, 24506._ feet saUstxteUon! to you who Omits I 19. Services
I, iI 1 Phone 4014. packing crating and ihloolnz. 1400S. ; Harris. 2213 Edf: ewaur Dr. Collue I Qvatny Lxstlnc Ploort. Esttaatea i' ...
.StatWautAd I 1 Division; ph. 7988. I i Park phone 2-1972. I ELECTRICAL 1 REPAIRING and boas free. Orlando Float Surface C..I' PAINTING-T income ; now
CHTLDiirw 8QAlwmDa I I I PIRMANTNT8-Machine or machine-i I ,, ':i wirtn. Call 4314. Miner WUUs. t Established since 1925. 18O9 S. Orange |I took let u paint : : > .
BatH lest .t "''. 103 last let 18 up: phone 8964. Je..eICharm DFEM'3 DELIVEUX Service phone BULLDOZER SERVICE deannc. Electrical Contractor._ Ave phone 7B3&_ ,, Stanley P CarUc. Boooed C.. (. -
M Also
f-ea4{. 7673. light moving and ".abn grubbing and srsdlui. panwork tar .3-3930.
Salon. SO8 W. AmeUa. __ _
1 and ttto rake. Phone 2- FUR ITVRE tPH012TERYSefinlahtng. : :
"" i HOME SERVICE General repairs.
Iliag lie every load Insured: reasonable rates.DUMP .
nee ..soon4r MSpecial i RAYS BEAUTY PARLOR-All type -4J7 after 6 P-rn. 4 piece bedroom suite New construction. Windows, n mas PIANO TTWEtO SeiTl.e when i-
...... TMIfcrssss .| Nottcem :! i I permanent .a.... Pre-heat and TRUCK: SERVICE-ToP soil. DOCK BUILDINQ and repairing. > S423O. 2 piece livin room suite *S7 and raalkla service. Licensed and ,,, want it. and the kind of iywa -. -
1 Me ... tic .nbM cold waves a cpeelalty. Dial 4222. fill dirt; delivered. Write H. A Boat noose buildine. repairing and up. Paul's Repair Shop. Ph. 2-U6. bonded DowawaU. Phone 1522.I j I i want. Eattoned ftr "a.IOD. .
.. 1 I r.nawglal .6.Y.. .Mw ....u... .__ 7066." 38 Eat Pine. One place onl,. Bray P. O. Box 102. LockharU Fla painting any place: Central Fla Preeestimates FLOOR SANDING, finishing-Beit F."n !I,I! known artists. Old Schis.r,- ;
RAY'S-uTOPiABUciY-8ALON- Phone County 33R12.KNOLLENBERO'S work guaranteed; Grisly St. Orwmde_ __
c r.!b 8. Rev CbforryAKUDA Robert Wi r. Ph. Eustis.: material used. All ,.
805 L Wash1D.tom St.. phone 9757. -Red. P. Box 191.CONCRlITZsia'lilCEl'IOGn.. Lcensed. bonded Bass Floor S..- top soil delivered. Ln planting.
:l7 O.
;: fcE I Local etc Reasonable Phoae 93S>. PLCMBOIO AND PUMP S.
: : : moving rates.
:; July. :
BRADFORD-". ,, An permanent reduced through roofs.dritewayt. baring_Co. Ph. 2-1370._ I I County only Work zu*: .r,;< 'Q
sCaV I a..*,.*. W.S.TI r.yttor tu 1 rinds a JO T1I., H1 :' IBVITINO-New" and old patrons to storate.for Delcher's erattnc. Lone packinc.Distance AlsoScent steps and walks. The > FURNITURE REPAIRED and rrftnI LAWNMOWERS: REPAIRED kr. !i Phone WlnUr Park. 644.RFLDlIBnO
--i aa .* fttatoi ..t.r Ittmbq Ate ; pbo. 3-2331. Ruth'i beauty *nop. Under new MoTinr. 5041 Maey St. Dial 4965. best m eneinmlnc. workmanshipand fished like _W. Cabinet made. to service. CaMwell Harris Repair :
.. oar lr COM t.tI'lCiNTHo"' w :1 ownership. Vivian Lauranra and .:-.- materiaL Free estimates. Poi I' order. Tlndall Furniture Co.. 2323 N. I Service. 2213_Edtewater Dr. 2-1972. I i REPAIRS-.:: V.'a for
ass's I :: .sraVranmaii 1Me Oa, Jolt IMh. at ChBluu. 1 Martaret Whldden. Ph. 4618. j! LOKO DISTANCE MOVING AD i concrete wort of all kinds can 6780or Or.nu. Call 6546._ I i prompt siaisn'i ill r.p..rs Pb- .. LAWNMOWERS REP.an.-'bart :.
: y: **. 2"tl1* or Orto d.--II :i points. P. t1a.. erathic. local movlnc. 9530. Buchanan Concrete Co. i FURNITURE REFnn8H! Sow us- ened. Hand and BaaionDisseler R.aMen-=--e.. 1729 GrandPLAB'ntN _
.. power.
..{... Lana screen 15. Schools:! and Instruction j jACCOmrnNO '. Suddath Movln fc: Storage Co. CLAY BCILTiao lime rock inc new method of metal webMnaI Co.. 2309 K. Outgo Ave. PATCHING 6..I so'
4 .I Wow .*.. stets .... Orlaa4rMl > reha (. alt .*.. enjoy i 115 W. Columbia. Phone 8154. Dating with surface treatment. I which is rot proof holds sprints phone 9716. Also minor repair Or..1IdO HIM
HIM grains e.s] at* sluts W_ off Lake CatfceriB* Ennneerlnf. Hifh Work usranteed. Bomby &: Sampson firmly always. "Open for Inspection." I IerDd Maintenance: dial 9.4>
M t .. J1" .TUT1T i .re.n.. and safe (rosa ', School. International Correspon- !: 18. Laundry Work Inc. PhoneaS437. Rat Mattress. Co.. 1122 W. Church: LAWN MOWERS SERVICE-Precision SERVTCE= Wf: Cems
..-. "*. M MM .... ..... iraiiuLarse lobby and dente Schools. Veteran approved. L i I CABINET AND :MILLWORK so w>._ 2-2211_ ;' 24-nonr plec-ap: and delivery. PLUMBING Plvmbtnc *; Hra-nz T USBrran.
J oast-$4 IHpanasian Is rl-. Coo ._ O. Row P.O. -Bus 2974. ph. 283.REAL BRING YOUR rAYILY wash to 1026S. del order. Central Florida Lumber SANDIIG-f'lnllluncr OpeI i Atomic Machine ft Welding Shop Day 2-:2; ;>e :Nii" '. > -,
MM 6 3 via a* 6 s> am. ": only Mwne your .- ESTATE w---and; practice. Division: satisfactory .orlt. Co Mills and Nebraska. I cialue Prntra-Seal treatment. 20 U16 Orange Ave.. Winter Park._ i 1 AVAILABLEFrre
.Mill ws *. tt .a Orted* :2Ma or Dr. Preparation for Broker and Baler I FLOORS Drivewayssteps. I 1 TTV experience. Modem equipment IIATTRESSZS RiP iiISuD-=Finest PACTTaHS : eati-
CONCRETE mates Arno.d Store 401 a
t t>.aw Ne wMar, hoes MtMI Orn-d. 23W: Y writ .. O. < man. Home study courses now availabte. : 19. Services Offfred flagstones. Reasonable Work: guaranteed. Licensed. Prt>nP' i i xalnafnt In orlando. SterUxar. Orange. phone 1-3HS-Pajrt
... ... CTiklMta.. Fla. Very ,.._ Major Crank. 13t! E. Pine; 6568. I j Thirty years in business Free estiI 1 .service. C R Burke. 7851._ j I filler rejntenallnt machine, latest : .
a* ServeS tor nests I ADVICE TO BUILDERS-And Supply sewing machine and latest button ..- PAINT -.i. <
I mates. C N. Kidy. Winter Park 49 | HOUZS CLEANED and repaired inside -
"ie NSSSMM anti Ijstlt doctor 16. Travel Information : I tines! Reliable pain'pn rc >r I'f'-
:: : j jI I quotations. See ML Izou at Mills ', homes and out. Licensed and bonded chine. "Open for Inspection. RuaiMaurts 't .
_' "
I, M = l stW ,Isis Ia c.lTItYDiB.. > and Nebraska.ALLIS CONTRACT BUILDING of new Co.. 1122 W. Church; 2- ded Hatch. 9OO1. At ry <:< -
... u tor ...tasH/a, Broker and repairs to homes and building Gale. phone 2-2037. : -
wttlk | -...d I BUFFALO or Niagara FallsLeavlntbetween 2213. Rt1GS---= CKBOLSTERY; CLE.tnExpert
Ay Real
---- M .... t.. eitkMtaen from Estate 17th and 26th: take 1 or CH.<\LMLRS SERVICE and of any kind. Repairs financed. T. P FLOORsMiDi AND P'JtsR1NGPromPt P&AIBZD-Ow wwkaiansbtD. fa tnanU.aTia *. :31 W. Far Ave M Phone If. 2:_share_expense. .. Box 163 S-Star._ partR tractors and power units Fullard. 39 E. Amelia: phone 2-4O32 .service Modern equipment OmCE !. Gaar.1Itftd'prlh.. ,, -c Fa
I Farm and Home Machinery Co. 40 zenrtce: naranteed. Check with
DR C A. . bo.f CLEANISO A D-PRiSS GcU a : portable power UDtE.t.blab- 2-2990.: Inef'DbI C. af (-it:. n<1o
dan Man BACERBROM will HAVANA and N w a b7 or W Robinson: phone 2-27IX. Oeorca Stnsrt. 13 S. Hate St. t loonPAINTINOWaterproorana
..r ed 1935. Skilled workman: licensed.bonded. -
trees and'carry prices wQ save you
I hit offke from J... plane. Call Orlando Travel Service. 8158 I RADIO INTxatCOMM'JNU AVIONi
J "' .,-A. taHTttrpb.il Ml August 4th 118 E. Central: dial 9504. AWNINGS porch curtain. Venetian money. Brine us your clothes. Superior Insured Stevens Floor Bur-; I Lltt.llWas amid eepaars Aso r.
about blinds, gilder coverinss. Full line ofm.l..rl.L Cleaners.' 214 Boone St. faring_CoPhone_ 6582UGHEY'S __ ; ; all ausoon -
." SCTPORTS NEW YORK CITY Leaving pairs aB ..... and car ra4i.
Dial !faR I Phone 9826. Florida Awning surfaces.. There syatesn. I i on
41S1ii. ...._.. Mrs. Warren. I July 21st. Take 2. Share expenses. CONCRETE WORK: driveways: steps $ HOME riZPAIRS -From i screened. I Palter I ana. 114-B Park Are 6
Co. 432 S. H e. Porches doors windows
References exchanged. Call 843S. i floors septic tanks: licensed front to back from roof to cellar .
WasWtra. Pbo.z-, >>Oe : I walks Bonded insured. N J. Barnes. 743 J. Winter Park: ph lt
Inclndiix heating and -
ACETYLENE and electric weldinicmachine bonded: Southern States Floor 1, ventilating ,
I" I ,17. Hauling and MovingI I work on pump., saw mills Co. 8714 or 2-2206 for estimates. All work xuaranteed. Can_ H2 ( PLOWING. DI3CIKO and rotary till- ROOF momOtn 1I..r>M :n'

". tlt4a4 itlld Care PROFESSIONAL i 'I and road construction machlnrrr: CONCRETE: FLOORS. etc. We form. HOUSE: WASHES Screens and in* in. large acreage Phone 3991Apopka. ,i "Red stalled.the Hoofer Patching Phone and 2-J;:a'< ir.i
I aluminum and brass PO. Box 81. Ztllwood
eastlni. McKinney
1 I ALLIED VAN LINES. WC.-Nation's pour! and ftni.il} concrete floors.driveways windows. Look like paint Jobs. .. .
RADIO 1iImV1CW--8P"'I.o1 -
,; on how to make the largest movers of household coods.i Machine Worxs. 131 W. Kaley. I walks and steps. For Free estimates: work auaranteed. PAINTING -9ii2r i-mu-a and a n
i Coil Fidelity Storage it: Warehouse APPLIANCES REPAIRED =-r.D. price estimate can 2-0256. Dunham CsllAutrey.6326. wall S12. IneJodln Oat aU. Low given lane ratephonam.io
,/Aft N7TUR-6M1 K rtMaw Star Want Ads pull Co- for free estimates on your longdistance toasten. Irons and lamps Ph. 5186.Johnson Concrete Co. HOUSES -W.WASHED by new steam lux rates. exteriors. Terms If desired: Bcenscd. tions wltxt ., ....silt 'changers' a>.-<
fatter I movini. 56-61 W. Electric Co-23E._ Church. DRY CLEANING We employ only cleaning process Looks clean like iL HeUajnd-2-42S7. re xaa'anteed hl1he; lay! r ..-
results is offered 0
I O. Z. Radw Servic 3V5 N *o
Iiit ago ca a, ;. 1 I St. Phone 2-3184. J.ck..1 PAL"TL'iG-- D PAPERBA.'iOQu.Il' .
6. 4s j ALARM CLOCKS REPAIRED: Any skilled experienced help and nvw paint job. Harm.ess to Cowers or phone IS42
..sa"mIew. .r.. r11II..Ron gafA1 Sentinel-Star at no j '1 ACME DELIVERY kind of clock or electric equip i i modern machinery. Try us UacDuff shrubbery Very reasonable Free es- 7 materials and workmen. _
./1.t j months and haullnc. Prompt serv ment. We fix everything. Barker Repair Cleaners. 204 Rldltr..ood. corner ::m.tfs Steam, House Washing CO. immediate s-rvice rcJcrcnces furnished -
... For Ad-asslsUnce call 1 I I let and reasonable rates. Ph. 9240. I Shop.; 48 W. CentraL Ph. 7696 I RoUnd Phone 21060. phone 2-J623 Ph 9';:t. Ed Curtis. Cootimted On Next raidJEEPEtc'r ]

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Included on the I GO FAST / CANT RUN TH" l ro STbR II WILL LE'E/flE
Borysevich. Win ...
Honor Roll James K. AW BOTTLE \ \ IT'S ALL 6AMO I Io .. ETC.
FOOT CAIMT I \ OR ROCKS HECE, !' ''r6 ti'ltI S
den Earl W.
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IJr* J" -w'1tHsLANU Park. 9J SANDS \ TO WATT FOR 4 4L

In rwonuUM out '= EACH CTTHERiIM I II

Ilw a. 5' huA"Uc ac I.mentIi Obituaries < ,
MRS. c. G. :
Owu.. quarter a' Stet I
Word was r
*mlawJay.' It Ortuwio MttttenU death yesterday in I I

IsMMt on the honor raiL. ac- I II \ I
C. O. Smith
... 10 YI JlNE'I I } f 1 I +
annOUDUI..t yea dent and l s. lit 4 _- I zw ..At.THERE'S .
Irom .
if UMretuttwJ'B office?. tog circles. -

.....* n-,ted are Howard E. be held at the NEW FELLOW HOW DO YOU HOW DO I KNOW- ONE THING PrMISTLS YOU ARE

41 Dr9Jr. Met lOt Mr and Mr*. Ar- Home Tlmpson. 1 1 i NAMED V KNOW? ('SIGH-VNE WONT GO I DON'T LIKE ABOUT CRA T HIMAREN'T -
of Mrs
.,., 'tif. L. Jsl.nrti w Jr.. Mn of For Mr. Edward < SHOULDMEET IL GIRL a 'r SIDE LINES AND WATCH A VERY NASTY

.II..,. MMl. M, H L Mrt"'eth T.IJULOtMnUHi be held at 2 g v-i WHAT HAPPENS WHEN TRICK ON
Carey Hand : 1 J qt AN IRRESISTIBLE. HIM
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(Wrlunb &tnllntl 33. Article far Sale Articles for Sale AUNT HET POOR PAt 45. Apartments for Rent I 51. Houses for Sale 151. Houses for Sale ff.55 _

PAOE it nnm.. JULY IT. -47 ASBESTOS BIDrNO and roof shingles.12.AGE CASUnde-run type. ROBERT QUIUEN AUTNl8 Mars ADAIR LAKE SECTION-Modern 3. -One of the finer 151. . : -
Asphalt shingle and r.U roofing. .,? lr. 1.' B LCOL W'Dtr 2-oed-l I bedroom home partly furnished. prewar bungalow Completely rtrnished baSIl IS 151 ic4I5

|Cnt. Frwin fTeeedlnc Pate Mills end Pebrvika. 11.7. Eno1 Co.. E. room .p.rent Janitor Mre.. hot I Iwater FuU tile bath: large lot: very elf'.nI / and priced to Kit Courtney = tbrg8. cr' =

ARMY OOODeJ-Low Summer Pine. Pbole 2-31. Ir.m h.t Year or I j Wilbur Strickland. Broker. 23 W. I Realty; 22471.CASSELBERBYBeaiitlfuliy. : 55.195

Blanket* 1.1 mosquito ..tt."I.I GARAGE DR Bsrcol 4- eetlon Summer' rat. only. WinterPark Church: 6675.ALTAMO.TE. furnished I --

H. .rvks Offered $1 II; new coven. overhead door 80" lne0.- -
.nr. 1.7 tp Wen house. Concrete block construction. 'LAKE PATVIW
eomton$2; a..J l.mmoll.13.7 x 6'8". ,. 611Breokhaven ORNGE AVE.. 42 S.-Two-room t 2 bedroom Near lake. $7.900 meat Wwrfc he** S .

tPMIOUATION BERtlCE ComawrMl I tDt. MOI'U 8 Drive. Orlando Fl*. ael room j SPRINGS31 Hibbard Caaselberry phone Winter bath. betle'e this will U =
sad aehld repair Cs,. Store. 45 : .
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with home privilege Park. 783. Brokers Invited. O I kna. -t 54.300
O*.4 wrk. charge* reasonable. r., OaA V CNn35 f. of .. : acres on a beautiful lake: 7-room I J with KIM UJ > 31 .
._ .,'n..ral_ .rv.. Ph. t752EmiOtRATlOM APPLIANCES-Tabl. .p water heat- rpid a.Dd.d RX10. WIN PARK-Downtown. unfur- i modern house- completely furnished I COLLEGE PARK Attractive "- I\ earrli.ry. 8435 OP n ..! /
gallon. deI Price Deal MachineryCo. nl.he .p.rm.nt. cptln. For with electric kitchen grand I
.n it .5 Squ. ; room house completely furnished
SIR VICE-.-j j I I ,U. Attic fan* .1. I .. W. Central Ave. $ per mo.t P., GrHn. 112 beach with a dork. Some citrus. A L Including all electric kitchen. S4rash. 0i I LAKE J'IIIIT -awe -.
ureial sad woawcu.; 1* tear m Ph. 620.
Park Ave. :
Porcelain and
Or la ..rk gtsrinUed. A- T. I range GARDEN HOSE 25 and 50 ft. Wlnl.r country estate fr the price of a i i balance on mortgage. Jane Lofl = .
a *: 17452.ftOQFlNO I rblnew. Other modern 'pI.I.. In and col- COMBINATION dining room and Mv-i town house. $16.5OO; $6500 cash. Immediate Bro 233 W Main: 75M. J: "1:: 3-room
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trig bedroom; all electric I Sotlusi'S
rt I room possession. I down miff .515'
-Free est.aa.es. i year* 4 "$hop ia Coloniattown.. Kno1 Store E, Pine. kitchen; b.tl with ah.e. 322 Clyde 8 acres and a big house which need,. DEWITT DR. Large 3rbedroomI Mathews with J o..eI Re'

ta ",. Week ,.rutft4. Roll : AIR cOND1TIONa8-PTOIR room Phone 2.318. iI Ave.. KI.lmm. Ow.r w b on I I some repair. On a paved road. 8 I, I i' bungalow completely furauaed. Aat 1InIker. 2 .r .11
.angle* ar kwuri .. and asbttta large Initiations. OAS RGa''rnd..hit por I I property Tuesday. July I miles from Orlando. Electricity fruit t 'I excellent buy at $7MO. Ivunadiat '
.1dAII. .1t".1 4AM. ectn" now possession. Trade with SwaM of rt ,-- -
From $4OO. BritU"General I c.laln 2-ROOM FURNISHED apt.: 2-story i j trees good lOlL 7500. Terms. I' LAKE .
AtFTIC TANK* CLEANED, every- EftncI N. Orang. : available at Bumby Hardware, 102 house. Winter Garden I I Louis GeesUn office. Phone 2-1464. I with 1. II fv.aIneI .

thIns ... aad hauled; P. J.t Phone 192. W. Church ton Park Roads. Phone.n! .4 Wan Call our Altamonte Office. HomesReweil. r I I 143 N. M.In.DELANEY I tomed 2 _re with Me 54oa.Is .
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t a.rll.. ...., resident: bonded BIKE-On. boy. thre speed English GOLF CUB and bag. 9 Iron. 4 2 2 Manager; Winter Par t j. rllnu t. 4 miles --
la ar'. *... 19. Bog 231: 30474.IIPtThYAnLI1.TALLZD rnskt. condition $40. George ,I 11.. new. P 20230or I UPPER baths. DUPX. bdrom. 8-8394 PARK SECTION rooms. I rrfl1l..ter. range aa4 e P

and B t.O Clayton St. MU Dora.Fla. N. Eels Dr. Oln WintrP.rk. Hurkel-O'Netl. Realtors; 118 E. Robinson 3 bedrooms. 1'i tile bath quarry hester Included .t 912145 8

.>.... ... .._.. 20 year : I Ave.CLOSEINExcellent. tile floors down hardwood floor till: 1 8U.7 .tor. I"

I* hN_. Alteraiatt. Can 6730 arTJLACTOB. BARB AND WOVEN 1 I he new town clerk was j I used to be alarmed 46. Houses for Rent I I aD electric kitchen; life time roof: i 1iiiitl

,In .. W.enll'I' OAS RANGES I excellent condition; excellent bejy. CQIIWAY-l. n
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WORK New round AI. 1.lnl I.pt. polite mei i when I heard a noise in the i. location. On I I i Immediate possession. Can Mr Brttt. with 55d AIIIa I-rue.tsh
1178 furnished
and 5663. 30 W.t the original Insulated the tax books. Old Uncle 1! I CARTON DRIVE. ; ; I school.store. I 201142.0 show Exclusive with J. A. heI so 154 CilIa' Loll -
: .No .rr..I. leveling CeMrl.i. hose at night but now I 11 welcome. See Mr bus line. convenient to | K 954g. .
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with gag turned off. I IS. CUdr.n .. I L. Ohio Real Estate. 10S S Court.DUBSDREAD you about t.
andtaagrpmg Cot house in
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( **!" Winter Park Karsery BICYCLE Boys' balloon rn. J condition 431$
p..r 10 . any 3 ordinary Ifresh Henry used to think I know Bna. Estate 206 5 Gene.
wasmeddlin' it
C* Ph. Wiater Park 35. Urn. Good Call .co' is just our daugh- unfurntobed. 9000. Terms at
.0..IIOD. .. . ". .. J ; COLLEGE PARK-Excellent 1=' .
2brom L.Uno
I..t.r. ; Could be bought furnished $10.5OO
.wDWiQ-nRriCi Winter Park $ : his -$7.200 buys new 2- _
TELEPHONE In-A-Top broiler griddle and sizzling I in private ter's hungry beau goirs'through furnished house; $90. Bl terms. Jamerson and Carter. Realtors. I Isle 315155510W. twO Yaldsisoes
w. are rear telephone secretary; I bedroom block bungalow: saraaesttsrhed. 5.dock. .
-Whitney collapsible platter. 10 minutes doe W shees
t. 70 E. T. aUe'ttJ' with
Tero..n business. CentraL Phone A. Carter. to
li be rewad e eleck Per No inflation here. Cwortney -
ewverac with innersprtnc mattress.PrIce 1 hour Daisy our refrigerator. I II adS sine
eotln. bumen lake: cottage. I 9316. viow Owuef
farther talwnaattoa_ tall 3-44O6. $12. Phone 2.12. quick. hot. clean; oven rmp"t.IJ, GTA-a tunl.d. icebox _ _ _ _ _ _ I Realty: 22471.DUBSDREAD 12480 for one ., nesone".

TRCEA TRIMMED taken jfowaAa4 BIC'CLZWHXZZER MOTORS-On* insulated oven rat made bask-' 33. Articles for Sale 34. Articles Wantrd I II I :rmL a1 stove. County 1919-M-3 after CITY LIMITS-(East). Modern 5- I 2-edrOOlD modern 11..5Oe 0 C -.rt. 55150.. 0'
remeved Insured. rSflb4Inw. take you 425 mile see th. form. Thumb gas b.II. I 6:30.: :>! room home of frame construction. tropical home. Electric kitchen. lot Weal Arcade VISLANCASTIR

... ". 432$. .aO Bchwlna bicycle I Walter J. Wilcox Inc.. 61 E Rbl PANELLING MATERIALS AXES-Furniture Large screened porch. Garage. $6 500I 100x175. 11500. Craig with Hampton. I
bu' founded 1836. Wt I of an kinds: sewing I I Allen Johnson. 140 N. Orange I Broker. 531 N. Orange. 5O13 ,
EzrT i U.keafftUS especially Whlxser Motor son; knotty : beautiful . 1 Realtor very .
f > m. trimmed. to pie machines anything; you have to LAKE SAN SUSAN unfurnished: 4718. PAIUIt -
I... .1 tII..".. J. B. B..h121" term Can b* seen at Whr Motor I II wood. Nebraska. !i sell. Sewell-Tburmond Furniture Co I | ; 8612. Specialisms in Homes. DELANEY SECTION-Doctors'. den- WP4454miuIe

.. B. *1Itrll.. n. 1m. Mica. 602 N. Orange 2.8.BUIIG I PIANOS-Winter A Company. New 72 W. Pine St. Dial 4070. .I SMALL unfurnished ... 3 room i' COLLEGE PARK.-Room* art larger : tut*, salt of the earth southern -r
PALMS TRIMMED and Two. Pram HZATIRS-O13 Darning. AU cot. I than in this modern 3-bed. folks or any discriminating yankee! floors. liietne ". c.
e.tne.Ua. . blonde ipinet. S7O with benrh. and bath. 118 W. Michigan Ave.Reasonable average
awvew. BaoledV John Newton reel i* 30. OB* 14x14. Must From 17 up. Orlaado Term Joseph 738 I DIMONS .thn. J..l. old Apply at I j room home Closet are large and If you feel thaj you are in one of I'I tin .tb 5154 shower -uc IIII

Irvta- ..' Pleas* Phon 2-114T. b 811OO 'o 1. A C. Co. 210 o.nl Ave. Phone 4537. N. I dul.d.. B.I. Seal.Jeweler. M K .nt.L morning oaJ. 1 the lot hag 7Vft. frontage. Oat | these categories we have lust listed I casement wIndows al.e
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VPROUTEIUNO W. completely . Broker: 1121 HOT WATER BEAT. electric 220.PYODW.t.nrof W. Curh. I II' I 10 proPerly and 12..tud' :i floors. 2 screened porche attached{ I a home which we know will suit you.It' =: sills. *154. trees

; Ave.. near Maitland and fuel Knox fir .. FURNll'UKK' ..'TJsed stove: Ice boxes garage. S11.5OO. terms available. Alien : a 5 year old frame pre-war home terms Aaa tat z.a- fleisasa
faranar frewi tea t* an.rel 01. Aatomatc. .U.bl I' ;
betMa raw*. CAM Many patterns. -Ovea for Winter Park.BAROMETERS. Store Co.. 25 E. Pn.. Ph.n.2-3163. iIn 11 I. 5 1 Sewing machine Call before you Johnson. Realtor. 140 N. Orange; with a life time roof; In simply perfect Cxclasive with -.noe WUItoa-
3 Castle 47. Rooms for Rent condition tbrou.hotat.na.r.. U i : W .. 55 .
Construction We 8612Specializing In Hom.I .. Realtor 21
"e Mattras C 1122 Thermometer* B.t ,1
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Co.. $1500 worth of beautiful landscaping
W '.. f-2211 A(lies. $10 to $15. Florid Busi HOIST-3 boom. 2 hand operated I ROOFTAG phone 2-248. I St.Thurmond Dial l ftu.. Co.72 5wel"l'I AGNES ST., 221-Single or double. I I' axaleas etc R will lie cold completely ->I 81O6

cvr$. refia- ". Equipment. 39O J On. complete with cable -Full lne. roll rotll. semi-Private bah; hot water: telephone I COUNTRY CLUB SECTION-On* of furnished with really nice 3-dotP
5454.BABY Wee. and ..
fOLTIRDGI. and ]! the fine homes of Orlando. 2 i LA&D'JIOl'T-3-----
Phn. and lower and can .hal. Rrt 1 for 3 near Un. furniture including: large space heater I
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CAR BEATS Regular $3 95. . month Smith Lorn- I.t stcrte tile construction. Til roof. frame Large "
a Arureft Ia' .inled .195 Holler Ch.ro I j and electric kitchen. There ar* 2 WVI
CnxraL. .- ") 22353..INETIAM out at $2 Knox Store W. .. N. Orange and Railroad i j I 8m 8m. I large living room. dining room. sun ,. bedrooms 3 dandy screened hoslotes dIsheS sILISS
( condition I I .
c1nl 1. wt 11 110 : reasonable. 8254. CLOSE IN Coot. Private bath. Near .
RADIOS Emerson '' C.I I porch patio 3 bedrooms. 2> b.tlis.maid' I 1JIe with Beme
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new awning and a rear
c. P. 2-311.
: BUNDS-Mad Ilk new.Lweg moe' 19.15 Grilia. Reasonable. 644 .
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I Ma.nol Quarter Large beautllulijlsnnsraped Breher. 417
anew*. Beet Call BATHROOM TILE ia Rust-Proof Permatlle. HOME FR.EZZERS'-Keluiator. now 19.9. . rdio pho WILL BUY. remove or saw yOur i ground J3O.OOO. . porch running the taB ; .. !.
.. 1n. All colon. Low free "' 21 trees. Call King Building I I I terms.W. of the house large enough to
A 4 9558. 919 W.. available at Bumby Hardware. Kelvins combln.ton '' '
. toexl. C'Dt.L O estimate Central Florida- co. 2323 tor Deprtment. 102 W. Church. tube. AM .: S.I.I price. Record ,: Lum"r Company; telephone ttnd CLOSE IN Cozy room for business i i, B. Nicholson. Realtor. 1* 8 1 sleep 15 to 20 people If ntC..n.i : 3 bedrooce. 2 lOud 543r0.
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Main 2-1619.
end floor girL An convenience P.at Attached ti flawn. hoot
N. Orange: cbll.t. t.ble'.n I garage. Now' $2OOO move garage *
fEXETIAM BUXDS 41.1 88. HAIR hand to mill. Also by tim entrance. i diIIaveIIIe .-
IHtAC CPE8o.lsln. mo.l. MUII M. d.Uer.e 2-47. you right in. balance payable less > ._-h..t Most
ma IT39 Kaal Av. .AY BUOY-crIUe.. ID mood typ BWbJ 6303. ber. Lumber Co.. formerly CLOSE: IN East Side. than kauufmllg tjrlagel.I te .
rent house of
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4sn..4 .cedar blinds.: CI T''PMD' 2-51 bfoe Hardware. 102 W. Church. Gables. Just off Call .D.r.ble. rom. . a.sane
furnished. ,
a.h. 2-2981. ..tb.ak 'I Grills and Apply todayat Nice condition. In other word yon buy the furnlsh1 I Gee B $
'.. .I. c.1 103. HOT WATE HET3 6. 10.2. 39 East Amelia. Large screened front porch. Only 3 1 i ings you can occupy the place sad 2-3178

WA$HTNO ? a-RuAI CAMERA-Kodak Bantam. P 4 9 .. 3O ed .laon eap.ct. OFFICE MACHINES and furniture, CLOSE IN Tourist Home; blocks to stores and vnnrrhes. Nic t I instead of paying rent you will be
Al _I. 24 and case. Ear. meter, ..d..t Appliance C. 1. J. Orange Get our Check with George I' Summer rate Frs. B. M.ln. lawn and shrubbery. Garage. 2 lots i buying one of the nicest little hornet
.P *. sad filters and adaptors. Avt. Phone prl' SO ] Built a duplex or cottage for income. I
CaW.U M.r 2-31'r RADIO SALE St phone 8158. I. you could possibly want This is | LAKE F 0 TT-
na 2U & ."D.C.Park. I a -a. until I p.m. Roth._ _ _ HEARING BA I Su.r 1 COLLEGE PARKemonabl|I $975O Terms. Sam Johnson Co.. 208 I another of oar exclusive listing and

4.1412 CONCRETE MIXERS:=H t* 2b.I stock: A m.t.T Aco.t"ou Pr.s I We have a number of used radio la OLD GOLD-W* pay highest prices I' :O.r ;i. S. Main. j; w* fully intend to cell It before 9aturday Lake house and a>Nt wMl best -

iT WAalN MACHINE RAt lock la Souart Deal ..dluer7 Maze Co. phone good playable condition. Each car- ,. for C.mODd old .old watches 'I m :Not a nursing Phone j; COLONIALTOWN SECTION-7-roora I morning So we advise you tn sleeping ewarters. cane ** band "-

S C*, 1331 W. Central Ave. HEDGE SHEARS -Tru-Temper." I rye a 90 dy guarantee. Priced : broken t . I II I I I frame bungalow Completely todecorated |! contact Wm. Mathewg wtrh J. Daniel private kavca 5.5mg

Ar'. 1 C. CAMERAS-Uk. new. highest quality. $2.98.- : Knox Store $15 to $40. 10A.t.d ,| .I"'l.. 139 N. Orange. i I II I I CHURCH ST. 431 E.-Small sleeping; j Inside and out. Oak floors; i j Kolar. Broker. 206 S. Main. 2-43M lake only IS .tn.M*
. 6247. 311414: super D BP.rpl Co. 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-3163. I i I room. Next to bath good neishbor- !I circulating oil heater. Price 810-5OO. |i r 7BU I crater Nicely furdgd 2b4415e.S '

WATCH AND JEWELXY REPAIR d* landsAve... 9il2 cm. Rollelcord.Hetat'g 8toru N. Orange A.. PIE T WA"nWm buy or j j I'I'I hoed close d01to"n. Only $4 per iweek. !I Terms. Ask for H-110B. Harold V. 1 bungalow with luxurious hems newS

partsimt. Pickup delivery C..r Shop phone 21743.cr5wEoI3rE113 HOSE RE- Very sturdy pr. 51O yoa Je"toD IrvIn; i Condict. Realtor. 37 E. Central. 6137. I j DUBSDREAD bedroom home rrnnpletely 1 htea Move loSe 941.564 bneeW
able Knox .
.h.1 tp. Stoe 2-14. ; CASSELBERRY Azalea Lodge. CLOSE IN-Walking distance. Duplex furnished electric kitchen: is a 2-c r cara**. 'ste laId 64
AMr.r Florida CashRegister. 25 E. Pine. .
*t 2318.ICK I WE old I: riding horse i showing 10', on investment plusj i I laundry-room: one car garage: nice recyostisu floes1 Was esti
S O._Pnea* '-3"na.. U Ol.r Almt. ; .1.. CREAM FEE and 8 .BU DIAMO. gold Hoeltke'gar- !!I fit eh Bbte Winter I IPat. '! 5-room apt. for Owner. Could you, ':, dry lot 100'X14S': Owner being trans- both lUgtfwl lawaI with big'PbS shade SI

WELL DR1UWO_We ar- equipped .f. ..II. 22 M.I quart highest Stores 24 S J",1. upstairs I: 9174-W. t I ask better Roper Realty, Church> erred: can give Immediate pos- I trees right 440 iM tile **
CAMP STOVES Just received a C*.. 25 E. Pine. Phone I' I' true sake Iwat few*** that cea
non Price 110.000: term Ask for 1
drill shallow and deep 2-316. I GORE AVE. 1 rooms.Convenient J I Main. 2-3433.
.5. ta S mcts. M. water D.AJ. 10'*. shipment.Church. BII, Bad.n. INSULATION Klmsul for highinsulating new lease on life. $.Yoa per rof...; WE BUY used furniture. Call n* be l.ton.E.-Att."t.Slme rates ,: CLOSE IN-New frame house. 4'i 1 i L. A. Bryant with Mmrtle WUBsms. ; = 5181. 642.154 e******* !. -

KeUuawewa.. 34 atwath* pay t efficiency. Gives yes can. At Gicd.n.RIO fore selling. Orlando Furniture Co. Kitchen prl.l. . 170. acres. On paved road. Licht and!1 I Realtor. 21 West Washington Street I
L Vkvaay Well Drilling sod P saarwly. CANVAS UTILITY BAGS button type.Regular round Orlando Sale S.,. No.2 Store. 615 W. Church phone Phone 8105.DVPLEX I
< for. RCA Ex ; HILLCREST 130-Newly phone. $375O. W. A. McK.nn.y.Broker. .1teQ 1U I
o: . Heat. 3. .winter* Oaroeaed. p. 1278. now W. 18 H.rBosn's ice. 608 ": 2-0959. f ..I.n' "Odllon elp.17.W.lnu.Lk. 2.88. I j I I lished AVE.guest rooms etb: 4950 Cheney Highway: 2-7144. I I' BacuJO'1feal.HtMaaaa. dial XJ7U.I

OvIatX P7* P ?01. L. 2 Carb. INLAID LOL-II.U.d on I . WE FAY highest cash price old I vats and semi b.th: breakfast pririleges -I COL.ONIALSECTION-2 bedroom
iIZbft1LLING-Ws gpeelaUs taaaaaO cT JY- Reduc. floor tP' Cal RADIOS Crosier and Fada. Console diamonds and diamond In 1' : .ara... Sum Rate sleeping pOrch. completely far1 !
diaawter deep 3". 2H"BB4 t Be.D'a L ome. 21 W. 2501 Edgewater I any 1 "room '1 I PAYS 22% NET-
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.u 2-121. type and table model Also per.tables. eond1t01 L1sl. I JACKSON ST. all E.-Single nished. $8750. $30OO will hsndie. I
1". C.. .,.1 pasnp 8t. ICE BOX-Progress. like new. Paid Bumby B.rd.ae. 102 W. j I .". .. cor. Orange at ]I constant hot water $5 week. Working Craig with Hampton. Broker. 531 N. '. LAStS PROWl-S 1.shssrn. 3I taI8III
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P take $35. at 712 HUlcrest Cbarrh. man preferred. 4836. Orange. 5013. I .
t..uve.d. P1.. I.i1IING DLHW ARK..r. E.eul. A.11. S WE BU WoC any used Items. rO" nished. Rents $120 monthly. $6M I batL 11- hsotWV erotem.trpIcafly
P dishwasher . I N. Orlando. 868 J LAKE PRN-Garage room with 4* COLONIAL GARDENS bedrooms; t cl5h. $3OO Mrni-annasDy Ask l1$55ad .

.. ... MACHINE..RDAA operating Sale with* ICE CREAM BOX-6-hole. General RUO-Good 9 x 1 Belciaa rag; 25. 1 Winter Park near nnderpasa.j .. bath abowe also large cool tile bath oak floors. Glassed In I, Asher Peter. Realtor cor. Central ; =. Furnished 2r
Utrttg pressure ,
.G.Ol.ado 8- Electric equipped. 10. P.. Busl- 182O Oregon. rom In home. Gentlemen preferred. porch. Large landscaped lot. Com- I I and Main: 2-0786. I by spPe64te.nt
BartMl . cobs .. ice. M OrD' 2-5. oem 39O Ave. I I Ia I I Phone 5739. 1 pletely furnished. With electric S JilIn wIth -n a Trn. Bosilet.
; _later .1 DOORS-Bash mI. o whit. p 5454 .I tub. Pbtlco; ..I.at comblaUa con4tol I I j:I Fuel Oil and Wood I LAKE EOLA-Air conditioned corner 'I kitchen. Price (1O.50O. With terms I 13 W. ..._. S174.I .

M. flares t. Eat Inn lawn.cha. Woodcraft JELLY GLASSES 1/3 and H Pint* P. O. Box 1085. I F OnA f tank Is sf.r rom Laundry and brr.kfat priv Weir 6>stem. 628 E. Pine: 4641. DELANEY ST. Just off We offer for

al G .1 15OO W. Washington Jelly .1_with metal ld. Knox I SOLAR SYSTEM with new 10 gallon I I I your tank filled I..... E. Robinson Ave. I Tour consideration a furnished I I I LuAT15pA3RPrryilv< S-
Iut Stores Co. E. Pine. com-1 I A larger tank Insures I COLLEGE PARK Owner wantsto that well worth the [ uediwom bungalow wits ttle h
WMEM PLAmrrXO a wed 8t.DEWAT. 2-3183. tnt and electric It.r best on coldest MILLS ST.. 1000 S.-Yon win like home i* price '1 Breakfast
ata __ KITCHEN CABI-P." ; -good I: with Installation copper I! mornings. McGraw Fuel Oil Service i! this attractive room with its four leave now. 2-bedroom tiunsalow. asked. Bnng linens and groceriesmove solarium. iaiUMlry rum and -
le.4 PWE 8AW5A P.I plp r: Ben Visser 1 A-l condition inside and out. To be I in and start nook DeuMe garae One at tile
Axmlnster I
part* ** windows; inner spring : large I
eMIIOn 1:12 2.202. ; I I
O at2nlY'.1
Cu .M.l 'M. matn5& prettiest loav lot ta b* tarn**) anywhere
sold furnished .
dr LI.al.tl unfurnished nicely bed-
or .IU.exc.U..nt arranged
37. I!I
c.1 SOFA BED Excellent and Soils i closet; coolness and
.. J. 49S. Semlpn-
"a L..o Que. Offered furnished t* aaI
r."I' lDdtOn I
1t. D P.u. tlpbo. terms. Look at it and make i rooms and a den. Price $10.500. Y.u.U
LAWN MOWLRPower.. Briggi- | Mahogany ends. $35. I On bus or I 5645.
.1) M'lt 2-18. .t b.u 1. Sut.bl. I estate for $15 OOO
D" ;I tn nf r. Call Le* Crawford with make no mistake here! Call Audrey
SMOKE Call j'
XI. Thlnn Eat DRINKING rOONTADJ.-Kelvlnator. $ St.tt.. motr.Esther R.a b.t to i SEWING MACHINE electric Pen i., CX lawn pest-Keep free your and healthy.garden I
Ge I automatic U.rCt.t Bumby 9. Bt Home; c.bme model. Mor.I ange. 2-4996. I calf Bldg phone 5159. LAJO9B01TT 2' .. 3M fee
..,.. 102 Canb. B.n LAWN .AND OAE SPPU I tan. Inc. 13 Church C.I.. j i I,I I Dr .a. easy way. 508* Brth.n. i MT. VERNON, 1215- floor: priv- DUBSDREAD COUNTRY CLUB-New lake shore A tine asdiuuei frobungalow
CANTALOUPES crata Lawn *. ate bath garage; -water: bus. !{! I
1.1. i HIre bath large living
$12$ FOB. DESK office; largt. Under .f. b. .rt. SIGN ( made any 2-bedroom home screened porch.Large .
ar Stand.r complete line H LTR W.z. dn d and pul.nz. 79S8. I
I Din* Fruit .. C.w. wood typewriter, .rb.ae. 1023 l.ad.. tl. : sue. BW.140 Orlando $MNRE. FairvUla .nll I I CHEROKEE PARK Tb. nu..t of lot. Close to bus line. $63OO. room sun room dlnuM roam and
I c Elmwood: 4686. Parrich Hardware S O.n.e. near 1ad r.. 181 Winter Park j,I i:! try. 5927..ct PoW I ST JAMES HOTEL South and Ro.Undo i;. prewar construction bl.ndM with H cash. Call H. F. Boland. Rultor.C.rrI..n kitchen All very moaerm. Oaraa amt
I Ots. r.". LADDERS-Step. straight and extenion. I .r. I', Summer rates. Single I shop About 1 acre of aranee BBS
0J0U. .P.tJ DESKS ; modern design to give the most dis- Bldg.. 672 N. Orange:
.. w. delIver. ..Ullc A CA types. im.aledlat. Smyth Lumber Co.. N. Or- j i[| BPRDiKR- Lawn sprinkler | week op: doubter. Can 9253. criminating purchaser an opportunity -I' 2-4551. other citrus ThIs property u. to tile
tl and Knox i
75 op.
J W Plants.
ran.blJ pne. and Railroad. tn.. Flowers and Seeds minute la every rwmwct a real ear-
.. 38 WOODRUFF ST. and W. to own the UDu.llal--aa immaculate
Businmt I -
Stores Co .
E Phone
.; a.a. C 3 J. O 2 Pin 2-38... DUBSDREAD SECTION 2bedroomfurnished gain for smacwaa wfea waa. a eaal
p.4141 -.U antt Av*. LUMBER-Dry framing: sheeting; I. I!i Rooms for rent: meals A&n"1 I 2-bedroom. 2-bath home. For house Hard pine floor
t. Poultry F. i AZALEAS cut artistic tabl* lake front hoaw Offend caateiyfiirana
n..r. appointment can H. C. Bibcock Jr..
r".1 ..12.JYM"fnu DINING ROOM English oak: siding; flooring; finish. Smith I I Jo- I SLEEPING ROOM. 1 .1 light I Corner lot. 60x100 ft. Convenient t* and dIrely d fee"T7ISShown
.UI .a. .nhf. Robert R. Tyre. Realtor.
13 W.
far nowie Lumber Co.. N. Orange and Railroad. housekeeping I bus and tore Only $ Term .
9x12 AD' Kittinger'g for ( .4.950. by ." hee WV
talc*. Call chair with slip ....er. Inaersprtng LUMBER Od lot .pl.lJ ., SD I II I. e.ntrl Porw.CPore". 107 Kenmson Dr.. .lndo"1 j! Washington. 6174. I Immediate occupancy. A. C Golden. Stewart with BaraWty lhid Rosi-

.w c.tu.U single bed m.nr. Up price. A' a.J.IU K I Plan your kitchen around the new CALr. HIBISCUS. Surimant RICE COOL ROOMS. $7 week We I I Broker 1121 N. Orlando Ave best I Ca. 20 K. 1. 18ce
right 5OO Nebraska.LLMBE1 Anuncaa sink. New Maitland underpassl Winter Park.
; new have private beach riding hors 5124
II. Artlrln for Rat DESK-FILING Pn. CABn 12. Evcrytning U bwl : beauty new features new construe- ;i William*. 1411 E..ld Concord xinnlas.Avt..C.J. i j j ji and orange Juice free for your guest I CLOSE IN 3-bedroom bungalow DUPLEX-One story frame construction
COIII.U. lumber and wood. tion. new conveniences. Drawers slide I 14OI West Washington.YMCAAtTractive J I sunroora suitable for 4th sleeping I to of .
built lust prior war excellent LANCASTER LAD ITUWVuI
b rtOOK SAITDXw sad dtri ala* taaiat 15 P. Ba.ln., EQ1i.n' C. Highway. L i on Plastic slides silent effortless.Double I i: CROTONS-Jt received truck load. : room. AH new electric kucnen equipment
.. Ph. has living
A material Each unit _
Cm.7 2-712 250 I for 3-O.dr ry
IslIdee 554 floor 3 I. O. Poee IS4. wall doors sound deadened to select from price range > rooms young oas floor furnace also fir- I
Wvek *fa M4w a )4 Kahl. pM. ELECTRIC PAN. pedestal type; 2. LUMBER Good grade rough pine. and insulated. Drawers of 1 piece. i I SOc t* $2. Also punk trees orange. !I men. Single or double. $6 and up [ place. One-car garage. Good garden. room-dining room combinationNice :: hoaw 2- gaiag cagaar set !> **

; 3-Za2. la. 0 &. with *>. hp motor. Bu Framing and heeling. At reduced rounded corners and quick Jasmine acalaperj, gebera daisies. I Call 80C8.i I Furnished-with a few reservation I bedroom large closet., modern ; er want ta aaaka aaatk aa- tell
& 8JDER. A .r'a 57 West .". price Newton.$ Irvin; 2-1147. IHI cleanlnc. fo tuberous begonias. Colonial Nursery i L$11.500. Settee Investment Co. 25 kitchen and bath completely and ;'i narucalar ta fBc.L Jlarli* wmtaa.
-. r.t I I I 15O6 E. Colonial Drive.Orlando.I P1 I I 47-1. Rental AgenciesLANDLORDSWe t tI W. Washington St. Phone 8S13.i beautifully furnished. lAIrs resldenual Realtor. 21 W. WIns* at. fw.
C. Hark. laO$ ENAMEL WARE-Dish P.tea kettle LAWNMOWER-Gauolin. Al. Walter 1. Wilcox Inc, E RobiniouiPounded ; Park
I. B. T851. p"e. 1 location doe to Winter .1M.
*, sane .palls, _mot .... Call 5l0. 1936. i FUNERAL DESIGNS a specialty. Cut i i I ,
,1000 AMDU4 PI d.pr r district. one apartmentheld \
-Cdger sad .. flowers, I win supply ion.desirable shopping
p1 Parking corsages and wedding COLLEGE PARKiod.01 2- droom
nlaor LUMBER building material and I ; A good
AB buyers occupancy.
er. ArvwM Fatal for Le'eiiI
free of MAGNOLiA -
at front Peggy Jo's 2319 M. i home Recent .
407 S- Grass. 3.3744.fVitWftflRR WU hardware new low prices. Pine dens orle1PLAT. j I and ten.nt phone cur construction. Den. value at $13 SOU. Chen.ult and Jeaning I .etua 3 .
Leonard Phone n* your I
Hardware 316 8.. 2-1727 ch.tlon Jut oak 1 lax
Castle Lbr. ft Hdw. Co. phone 5754. STORE SHELVING check out stand: porte-cochere ** plot. | 672 N. Orang
.. Realtor
Inc .
S Fr Reot-*y day"*? Phone 2-2187. I G.rdne Real Et.t. Agency $7,500 small down balance I 445-a. IOOe.h dss44. 4.5
_. OffM Kealpxaeat Exebang .a T.1 LAWN MOWERS"P and N." proven Gndol. 21f. HI.m.D meat PWER.SEEDS. Myrtle I I 29 8 Court St.Pbone I payment Phone 7234 .5544. PestIl MIl .. _
2.41 King Real
ELCO CRU2ER90 B .. ; ft/7 meat ,, Nursery easy. Estate. 30 E. Church
"na-Cvraaa W* stock the parts. c. I.. Pak and eonstnsction. 411.155Subsilsa
eat* 220 MsiicXMTRZXIAL..Pniai Bum, 2-bedroom prewar
la.ltJ. EAST
$3 "Open Sunday.
Bada .. with -
M**. .oor. Sleep* I. I. 13 by .. 102 W. Church.MEN'S comprsr. Can be seeni Ln.pln. Co.. Winterpark 35. I.k Most city convenience No 58. . .
OOi charge. Gardner Real .
? ( 0.J' .n"r.. Price hp. H" f I I Wens., C.i. 2-3213 for appoint-I:.I. SHRUBBEHU L. election c{i I South Court Street Ett. CLOSEriiIroom home; aU tn. Make offer. 228 E. Jefferson. SoloS sad wsa 3-sem _
.ra.r.11 1. .. 11.2. 1 SUITS-Two aloe 46 tout m.Dt Jo beautify your i hardwood flours pieaty cta. LiImmaculate bungalow.Good TIle Is k1ss . M-
Mu.lwht i 3-bedroom
'aaca-aawi p.. .r .er.r. 115 ha. SEWING MACHINES. Singer electric Nurseries. E. shape and all the furn- j EAST SIDE faa. etc Reullo *7.
mo tic
C. I
%iiering "ul aiiat. exxrett **: 5.,. 3 Cruiser, Gray trPla wl. $75 10. $35. i| Singer .' 1 Pncton. 481. Beach Rentals I I ishings are good. Its a real buy at !I condition. Good neighborhood 1. P. . 1 4. .
sad *. Ywaag Ttat .. rayon tropical I r c.bla.t .tr portable.I 1 lIqO.O.rd..r .
ail* p 100 $
Vacant Only
.tu T. beats are bargain .!' off W. W ufclB*twa. nn ..a. B't Work. B.Do P erdine.$30 now.11$90 On 4 long$50. wool .b! 89 Pon.. Pat. St F.ib. .: 39. Livestock and Supplies DAYTONA BEACH-Oceanfront apt. for duplex or nice 5-room and bath Real Estate. 29 8. Court I MSl.I .

$paei1 I I I from Aug. 10. $40 2 bedroom house. Mr. Busch wIth Sam Hutchin 2-4481 MATTLAJtO Lara WV45em
In. 11. ,
f"a-ITU Florida 378 N. Orange. SEWING MACHINES BAY MARE for sale. Mare .k.
Factory re-, will foal 1 wtu.-.aa. hoI
I house
Il.b Aug. 10 to 24. 1 bedroom i Broker; 2-0583. 409 S. Orange Ave H.mDtGD. S
wttk Oe.re U .C. JCC IRONS --G. E.-. -r I dl : "AllI'new: port- .i in Apn. 1317 Oakley St ;. house month of Aug..10 150: both 1 I; CITY LIMITS ii.w'lr.me- I; rooms porch tile floors: 55.148.Brokers I larg faaxUy .a.c. Oa*
M.a .B', t.-. "D.e.LA MOVIES for the home. New Pa I : ; 6247. I i i HORSE. T.nn. wslkInie; block from Ritterhoff. Star bungalow i ii protected. Orlando Venetian acre tot with 8)a>
..1N &et Co E.Chuirh. . adventure will 1..cl H i Asbestos siding. 2 bedroom gas Mrs 0 . .
DO THE-wOJ YOURSELF-Heat Ph. 5186.U.ECTRIC 2 I .d. Camera Shop travel; 1039 comics.Bowiteada I each. Used eton.now. .sacks 315: 25c W. .ort; 10. 2100 Pn.bluf. I Route. I I Ii kitchen near school only ".250. BInd-Mfc. 0 1739 S. Huh I Dr Winter Park

aat ar aaiithtr It ) MEAT "'St Orange can i HORSE. Gelding; 5 1.lted 7 years I ; King Real Estate 30 E. Church 8435. EAST SIDE-Neat. new. 2l7nlt : '
inernodel N'I
; South 'KOttTH
.very mil, ::ytb Lasober C.. !I ; 8Uc excellent 2-11. St'ft.SHIGL old. lively. Beth arle., Apopka. i i *9' Business Rentals |I "Open Sghday Tieur 2 good lot*. : CTKW Fw =
sad MASTER IRONER -Armstrong.. Roofing. Available at F..: phone Apopka II I '. *. "MO. Fight la. gslow 3 Issha. ceernI
I. O. Ru 100dlti.nres.oosbie. Pb.1: !I table model. Bumby Hardware 102W. I I S.. Rb.1 Co. S7.75 a :I Iau.r. : LIVESTOCK 268. i I OROI FLOOR SPACE 20'x30'; i! COLONIALTOWN 4 bedroom 2 H..rd. Broker 3tIfI N. Main: 733S. aak floors firnlan. lawalaiai Mat
prices : baths largt living .
43IOINE-Osaolipa. Church. I WANBt i larger U needed-Apply room. dining Bnwanray laaatfrr garaa *attlarge
XI. Ankles for Sale Diesel engine* for ..dl'llt. .n line ISRAP |' J..d. Phone . I 1217 N. Orange Ave I I| room. lovely screened porch. Completely i! EAST SIDE 2-storr house beaottfalfurntehings. lot. curu tome seem

Industrial Installation Florida I "OUL"05r. wood and LCMBE for firewood. MILKING COW Jersey. George Du- furnished. 1 block to shop- i 90 ft. lot with fruIt f roRD. Tail ia a .Uo Shoe ida

AI Pw.r veRa aw SoPIJ C* 63O W. Church. Pp. I I.I.Smyth Lumber .AH. .p.ttenl... II C.p. 1312 Brook-I i I: cla. Ovledo. Florida. OFFICE SPACKWANTElijjtsble 1 ping. Attractive price and term j and oak hade. $ .5OO. Ca lie had lovely aettiag Piusd neSt a< 81J-
delivery. i Co.. N and haven Dr. _for law oflwe. Telephone 2-4143. The
Betty Trent like rent.
c I PIGS 'o' Evans. 349 N. Orlando 1.780 csh. balance C. R . 8
I silts I'
ELECTRIC Railroad. I C.
REFRIGERATOR An crosses 14
pSti stork |
Ira** .n.ta I: OFFICE AVAILABLE I Ave.. Winter Park Hastinca. Realtar. i ii
11'' model Un- In new office : phone 618. i buyer' broker. "
Par. Oeaeral I porcelain: 10 ft. Kelviaator MEAT h.p. Enterprise. TPEWIRRnt weeks b.ck sow bred to reg. 4237 'I _ .
AI_ sulpnnitiCs. 2319 McRae; 98O9. PrIce 121. Phone 12. tt1 ORNDEH. I de"o. 10 eu Cal 471 from O. L C. boar. L F.ek. north end 'I building second floor. Prmn.etloutol CHEROKEE E PARKSECTION-Attracj i j 62'i E. Central (Arcade SORTS or LAD rv2 .
ELECTRIC I -_ 5.I j 1 1I 9 5 LskeOsnd,. 4750. Parking in r.r. .5.1 I live bungalow. 5 largt rooms and j EAST SmE2Ls r ll"PS iIt-- rooms rooms .54 .5.016 ... ho-
: i
wb-K. I.4* $10. P i PA-l. oW.tll MOTORBIKE Used two months. i tENT-One -u. tent size 5x5 I i REGANS i required. Carrtgan Bldg.. 67 bath hardwood floors .,. acrHn..dpenh and sleeping porch. Slab JMgae.I fished 1.-- new ..
peels; I 't BULL SERVICE W also !' I
E. '- N.
Orange 24551.
..$ 15. 0" 4t new. $100. 1115 East Concord I base. 5 ft. ph. ; garage with work In and water. shower and com
Lie room. Lights pissed Seth 1IRaft os .rne 54
.I 79. Merw.au a Laaa 2T W. South I I .. I 'blh O condiion': haul cows. Phone winter 522. iI j
Ofc. J I $8 00. George I> Pat I very nice condition Inside and out. I I. mode. 81JOO some cash balaBrc PI.au lOa t.tea. a .. WVem-

Churth ILCRC WAT BT '441' MOTOR-BIKES-Completely Installed 1, St. M'. Dora. F.Vtt.. .13 Cy&a i I WANTED TO BUY-Young. small an SHOP SPACE-120 W. Pint. 11.000.. F. A. Allison. Broker. 37 I t.rm.. C. C. CarletU. Remltor. 2-1747 Broil. ,1 B Orss. 553PTemWr
ANTIQUE AUCTION SALSAction 1.1 $75. t i I I around work horse. Must gentit. -' I W. Washington
Whixser motors. Your choice I b _
Aaettoa- Aacttoa sale Thar &. .: Apt. 4. I .IU TILE your b.t and kitchen 1 rustproof i: John Allen. P. O. Box i TWV5 -
. ..ni. 0 | large selection of N.ton.UJ P.ratle: free ..i COLOf'IIALTOWN-Snail frame house FOREST HILLS SECTION TIlls I Ihiihly dlslsarw Pee-em, .
*uM 1.11 pas. Aa impreulven ELECTRIC GRILLE Commercial advertised bicycles. Easy Central TWO 32 28 on handsome corner lot with nice offer a ,
p'n.nt 2323 M. Oranse. I I 8TRE5n : x restricted area 2-adias. em rem.
.at kanMhold sad art object 18x36. like new; reasonable. AlsoKenmore easy term Just think! 6 fo Dial 6546. ae. !I!! 40. Pet Stock and Supplies Pbol 2-2404 ,.:K.me. 32'1 site left for new home to be built nearly new home of the finest etrnstructlnn. breakfast _. UI. bush OIM .

t* $014 la ..bidder.Silver 3-burner' electric stove: only a penny. Whixser Motor . I later. Price S290O. Call 0 B.rr.- I 3 good sized bedroom ',i perfect eseditloS, ::. : ***

&.tr . 1"1 cheap. Semlnolo Country Cub Box 6C2 N. O.n.A. 2-4687. TPEWRIR Wo.tk: Uk new.1900.. COCKER SPANIEL puppies registered WANTED TO LEASEBuilding or Moore. Realtors. 109 E. Pine; phone beautiful tile bath with shower.Kitchen. . trees. $10 aw. Owner ", llv
tray BU-PMC ixqauit 780. montb. ; Buff. 6
Scnford. Also. 2-0836. .
*.rnpta..I" eaffe* Pho. 101W. MAIL BOXES-Rural 1.2S up. City Kuhl: 8270. 8.crlce cocker at old 2-05. space suitable for frozen custard I I with tile sink and drula.adjoins i i ton. Bealtor la ft tctMawa atHay
1 Irl ELECTRIC IRONS. Streamlined dial 35c up. Smyth .N. Or Bur .11d. business. Box 185 S-Star. COLLEGE PARK-3-bedroom frame a convenient dinette. Oak 7832 _
.*DTa. .4n.$5.75. S at Mill and ante and Railroad. VENE BLINDS day delivery. COCKER SPANIEL-.Puppies. 8 weeks bungalow. Breakfast nook. 2 screen.ed noon throughout. Automatic flourfurnace. IIOIITR of Lab lvse I POem
cheap blind BUSINESS LOCATION. 908 S. Kuhl
.It&Ct : old. Black. Inquire at 1739 8. Kuhl living room. Tiled front
i Coil
porches all
ASM l.brula. MAIL BX City mail boxes. 35e e. get the best for Inn m < |I. A... Ave.. for rent. Phone 5587 for information spie-and-spaa. 75-ft. other -a ante faa Pur-
So many
-a. lot. porch.
Cktaa 10 JUyal kaagtncptal ELECTRIC SAW Master c.n. .n Store Co.. 25 K more Mado In Orlando Immediately available. $2500 screened front .. ''nlabrd POllS tTafartaaaraker. .
**. A e amlt DI.. t3-Mc man building saw; brand Pin. Phone 2-316.- 1802 Dr.. DOG Pel.re malt Scottie. 4 !1 cash balance like rent. See today.Georgia de lrable features Can R Lenmro.with 18a"_ S31omrm : S .
a Ed..te
$203 motor. sell ph 2-5a 5600. 3-ROOM SUITE-Ruson.ble. E. F.Slayton. ..onhllJ.r.. Realtor. 7186. Jo O. Myers. Realtar. shout i '
AaMrtraa Cklaa Dtaatrwar j 5033.I
set. Lt.at .IU O"D..W MOTOR SCOOTER-'47 Cnshman VENETIAN I .a. Pbo. only 815JOT ,
costs Realtor. 32 E. Pine. 6651. tb.-38. The price Is
I .
*** pertrait alat** sag kaadnd $185. C Wood. 31 r 8%.Sanford model 52. Blu. : week old. 2501 no more .BLNT.Ad.m bt. I DOG FOOD. Kribbiea and X-cel; doc I I j CLOSE IN-Tile "roof. S room and with term

.t e. 1 N. Orange. Orlando. Ph. C.nta reml and .UPPI.L Orlando ] 50. Wanted to Rent bath; sleeping porch. Extra furnished I I MAMOU-tneatyfafaaai fe1.4buasIow.
be* Fig. ELECTRIC MOTORS- New L/C RJ Dial garage apartment rent $55 .
D 3bs1es. Iatd4
.aria**. .11 I motor* with pulley: 825 each MEAT CASE-8 ft. Humcu 'stainless V AcM CEVnn"l- 4ior month. All new paint Job incradod.S13.50O. HOLDEN LAKE SFCTIO1 PTvanant I floors throe.5est. seefefe .
U-"e eras*, cklam. Farm Borne Machinery 430 steel Inside. G condition. wtb att.ebm.Dt. Bab Bad FOX TERRIER PUPPIES ale. ForlnInrmation APT. OR SMALL Bouse. Unfurnished H cash. Loren Dunn. Broker. I house that can sleep 6 to 10 oeo- Uo&ue all IseusSol
a. c 1101 W. Colonial: wart 102 see 641 W. Concord I I except kitchen appliances. $5O lim- halt M trait
I W. Robinson.ELECTRIC Cburh. I Ave.. 6 !* Brown: 21263.CITY pIe with acre and a I. 1. 01 kM. H hoes ..
.s.e.-4irn0.L Italia Just received good assort WATER RKATZflurp-Thermjj.. phone 2-3409. It. Will pay four. month In advance. i tree garden chicken yard handsome 1
pw" WATER HEATERS 30 NAI I I.IMITS-L.lvs free In this comfortable log orange Item. $l3. I jiJrBBeqV >
Par*>twr->CasBe* and also 30-caHoa most popular sizes. lOe pound tom.tl. 2..Uol Like new. $6O. PET 8HM Guaranteed to ,, Phone 4364. 5-room houxe in small lawn and shade tree A place I 20.nlIsh. Rarto. 0 VMawlL Hal

..I.aattwx ..I . _.ol. water ..a. ,, 102 end up. Knox Store Co.. 25 E. Pin 115 kill f.. 'teks. Pulvex dry I grove that more than pay all ii.. wher a family could enjoy a lot of..t N Ormnw Av rjaal 81iaIf

) a. black .u le I W. . B.rwa Phone 2-3163. WATER SYSTEMS-Complete stock '. cleaner. Shop. I APT.; permanent business girt 3446. ing cost 111.OOO. terms. C. W. Walters. comfort and nor aU their own i;; great t* live la Or45. .
a** .. Pt.. OIL. Norg.. for farm or home. Farm & Horn Mark and Magnolia._ Realtor 673 N. Oranges 6909. chickens. rshhit fruit and veaetable -:
C"I' sad get kargaia &C PANS-Several type at fine HAT 130. pb.CalU. Co.. 430 W. Robinson Ave. '' FISH-Largest selection t APT. OR HOVSS-Bu.lDea. *. Price $7950 for house furnished -
r M."bln.r woman
.. *.. 733 W Depu. Bumby Ba"" COMltln 'TIC. i COLONIAL GARDEN-Nice 2bed"roora and an tool. and equipment. Can GenTle WA1S-Lne54 8li.mfs
AH. 102 W. Church. VENETIAN BUNDS area. Shipment of 500 3 son*. 2 home occasionally. _. .
rhwfrk Auctloaeer.IttlC OVENS 2 burner "oPf-be e.tm IWL frame bungalow oak floors Nora Trier wIth O'Harra-Moore. 109 liping rem _
.e 8tve .with Special 58c per gq. ; Just rrel.e AQ1alums pump sup f west p..f.rred.'u'USt 1st. I'ortta-I screened porch attached garage. E. Pine. Phone 2-QB3 tile firpoince bulb .11* $111
\JKT nw&c IN8.t.U _.Knox Stores Co., 25 o.e r".tr. delivery. Radbin Venetian BId Pn.Co.. pU.. Co..r. RldgewoodDr. I nent. Reasonable. Phone 2-3107. 1941 construction paving sewerage I I bower etl furisse. .
K Pe. Ph Dutch
by .. ... 87.-A ehannlB
UD.1 off Winter HARHKOIf
fciaii Bumby H.r. 102 W. Church. 3-311. Hollenbeck Dr.; pln 18. L.r.n Pa&i APARTMENT bride and groom I i unfurnished 8.95O half cash. John- Colonial home completely funuwr i laundry rem cecso
w. dwa "r' OUTBOARD MOTOR 1941 WALL BOARDS For I'I'I I by Sept. 1; tooth working; no pets. con B n1'Y. Broker. 6 W. church St. ;' laaalatvd U citrw tem C
ELECTRIC Johnson uses and located on ens of Ortaawol i ilJ'
I.per \ .APU ROE Apartment plain m.nJ ; 41. Poultry and I 4578.OARAGSAPT.. 6545 or 729-R. Winter Park. I furnIshed tnclwwta Wotuaf.
and Phone
Ora.. and For S H p .a l.t. A good fishing .t."rf. M.h.nJ::I __ Supple most beautiful struts. 3 bedrooms.sun
.1 I .3-21. Iel.t wife. Reasonable. marine plywood. I COLLEGE PARK-2 bedroom house waahuic aiaraia aM darwiti
JIfir7X-Mo< tl to Nil N.br.ta'I wanted for bachelor concrete room. Hi baths. 2-car arag*
waurproef- Apl BABY CHICKS-Tuxedo Store. lawn awwer Lara* 1. IJt ft M
m T_" O.ng. Ave. 1 Livingston St. Ph. 2351.OI WOOD RANGE with hot water reser. Pe Call Kelley. Nation Advertising block screen porch; modern: Lot. 1OOX15O. There I* nothing Is u
'a blocks I '. U. 8.ppr.ed t..td, Manager. 4161. 100G L loan: $ .. $52 tht for 112000. Term Owner scrupled and ltawla aaavsuon -
.8 voiri poultry netting 2. per with
: Kern-Ton extension compare
FURNITURE Mew 2 and 5 906 .
axaawary aaiytk Laa and used. CANS.lnaiH. .t | caa lie had Qnty $Il. I!
.. W Haiirx.4.wn cash and 10 2r 'J Co.. 25 P.lt EcDJ Furniture Co. 332 1 a 738.I I HOUSE-3-bedroom: good month. On bus line one block front available. Allen Jnhnsnn. Realtor. 140 Mid quickly Be* Or P ._ Soul.t -
( O..M .. U. 8. shopping
center. Gabel Construction N. 8612. "Specialising soHonien. >
.. yur Pine. Phone 2-311. W. Cu"h JAY CCK. Pon hood; near school with n.l.bbelr-1 Co 19 E Oaaral 11.o. .l-lI1ot
1.h. Be !
Kama. *
Co. 625 "rlta" WATER .t&Ie.t. tltur. buy like rent. Co. phon. 8383 er 4073 for Inspec i I ;
COOLERS I Reliable
Ull (dtewBitr Drivel Clulr P 12. OVENS for ell stove Stock include -Oak water coolen !!i livery t\1 tion. OKWTJI m3--.
.IP. monstratioa in en* and two-burner type Bumby with metal faucets. 3 to 1' X-Cel pltr7 23534.HOG Call 22618.HOUSEOR. I JEFFERSON ST. ISIS E.-OoMk* to I:I
.AJs 'Oi gallon Ol..d 5t. D.I COLONIALTOWN have home in married f r.. have I I I
window exhaust B.r..r. 102 W. Church. Knox Store Co. 25 E. Pin I i APT. Unfurnished get you we lied".t
ATTOMATte BEATERS b. o Phone I I AND FEED Scrap this progressive section from 7. little "Honey-moon" cat-
,,. .AT P*** on (. PUMPS 2-3163. CHIC I II .r 2 bedroom: close to bus. the cutest
N..J'pbr.lcI. 115.'
electric furdshod
sine 10. .t coaPleiety and shallow T. CsseineI
d.1 1 bread and ia 1OO IS.! i 500 to furnished the
I I14.OOO. unfurnubrd. When airy
I or tag you gee urge
installed. WATIhis5LTiR do.b. *
Easy I I and wife
dowaand oU ; permanent. Tay Realty 2-M71
APP"D" .1 wtu cbl. Iota *r isa. I IAm.n..n I 'I
p.7m.n.DI. White Bra Brokers with Its fir
Inc. 428 N. as little Bel- burner: 1 twin .1. _10 lor 22303.HOMEPermsnent.jdodera.: ; 824 llring room eocy plac
UMdJal .
Coseeninadloc Or.n. 2-a. :
mO' .atl.rd N. Mill 2-1K88. OseW WASOS
'au j : win vlauaUxr
B.k.rle. Sata you i
,. W. Vgu FENCB POST. 7 ft- just many Well Drilling Pump Supply motor. 1801 Karnlina. blok Do|i Modern h.d':= hall. I I, 100 s 144sO :. n
1. U I N. H. about '
fc .t>f m Bortk of Showboat .ci Winter Gr.a Rd. 1 east of Fairbanks on Clay. i R CC us ; furnlsh- COLLEGE PARK-3-bedroom mod..mmasonr7 .
I I tile bath. 2 bedcoom plenty ctocetpace. .tJ' 1d..UIo cWeecIloeses.
B Grin ( Wood I home. Furred wall Oak
0u Trail. Edgar Ro*. Box 520. Vit. OI.Ddo; 7087. WATER eble. Lt. 0 T. ed two bedroom bunsalow. Phone .
.rAX61 <**. Jnm 30 U CNmONER Art yon I Chick Co.. mie. Mail- floors. Large lot. A tint home thatis gas floor furnace attached n MIS .g. I0eU.
auk- sad FLOOR CVDG ,1tb "R w.trWe':'j land. HI.b"n. nor j! 6175. I convenient to bus. store and garage. Unfurnished. Owner ha* left | ser Tomi .
**ua>.i* *4 at pnte Io W.l.D PLUMBING 5In'PttKS-Tofletg. bath romet clears I: 1-92. school. Wilbur Strickland. Broker the city we have the key can lie ".000. 137. Is4aem A" We.er

a* e.*. *.. Itt U B..a .d.1..hbbr.Oldd.n'., Rb lavatories. and l.opl.t set Cohooa -:c' $ W. I'I 43. Apartments for Rent HOUSE-Furnished 2 bedroom and 23 W. Church: 6615.COLLEGE shown today. Priced for quick sal i Park.
South. ___
lr Kela y_ Tb FENCE POSTS....7 > pipe sleeping porch; family of 5 adults. at $10.50O with term Exclusive with FINE CAaTTLB Hc* Item -aiP
! dial $136. f \ 3-Inch tr. Harp Plumbing Co. Rea.) *INflOWS AND FRA.Mzs-.Afl Desire close location PARK-Loeel new masonry I Frank Crebs. Realtor. 507 Me calf ..
cI.a Mt .U .. 4 3-lotS 8. Orlando aise APTS. FOR RENT-One room furnished to South city home. Oak floors: fir pl.c.. roes baoa e.t.l reel .
AJcflQI-gaM. Lv.. Winter Park. and type Made to order. Standard i limit Phon 8256. Building: phone 2-1718. Broker cooperation hnnag. 21
i I
"s Ca Winter Park Peon 418ic.PIANOS efficiency; 5 rm Tile bath. 75 ft. lot. Near stores DUll dorIeS oem diemgrapefruit.
a.,. plat. Jrs alr" UtU. C. t St.. SIM 'stock. $5.75 pr. 1120 17th i with 2 bedroom 1 M.U fo further i HOUSE furnished 2. 3-bedroom. garage school and bus. glO.OOO. Thelma Kin- I:' appreciated. temetism. aSs

;=; FURNITURE SPECIALS-Mahogany 9732. I I Information.COLONIALTOWN._ _ _ _ : reasonable. Permanent business raid with H. F. Boland. Realtor 672 'I KALEY SCHOOL SECTION BlocS I an .-
' C.e atmna room I. Ib piano kavt outsold SECTION Adult couple: no children; no pets. N. Orange; Carrlgsn Bldg. phone frontage of choice property. 6- 8tra.1IMTYrw hose lee -
s ,
*. 17 Ua3',. 110 of desk bedroom ( single make fo I I only CaU Mr. Green. 2-1407 forInformattoa. I Box 179 S-Srar. 2-4551. room frame house. Also new msvmrybviMlng. Reins lea.
at tOtt a ataht mahogany love ., more than fifty year See Bob MI WELDING SUPPLIES. I On paved street. Phone 54640 wIth $3355 0.5
wicker a.. ler. 145 Falrbank Winter Park. HOUSE-2 or 3-bedroom. Unfurnished. I COLLEGE PARK-Small furnished i 2-478O. with JuSs n 54r. "
AatMEirT COfTAOX ..qslprn.nt.rnsli ."I.pbn stand. Jenkins 1 I CLOSE IN Furnished Permanent cottage In need of repair and n-
I i -
Church 55 Shoes
Ca9540. beta ..sad .-n Pt.. hcl.. .> U Boone St, PBOIOHAH. .atm.t attached 2 Amp Ir.bl welding etf.'I : rom pnI Adults. 850 limit. Box 172 modeBrm. Nice lot with plenty cf I 0564
_.'I'. 2-375 2-1211. .bt t prt 1.C Cl.t 'upU.b.tk.lor.t b.U anrprla COUPLE.WITH BABY .deab.\\ fruit. Price $3.70O. Mr. Bryant with LANCASTER PARK-3-bedroom bungalow

r a*. *". .WaMrBMMfB. PR. USED-Baby beda. $T

Meua *y* Ma* both .n.SO; coil ,pring*. $5; PUMPS-Foe the C er h.. Big eb.* rod* H William Sup I[i lease. Call 23O4O.UNFURNISHED N. Orange: 9855. ,. floor nice lot with 12 fruit tree. PALE thU .-
811 N. I
aad *. Ir* : Httl. new II 5. DKay PA DR.-Furnished $16.500. Terms. W. B. Ntcnoboa.
** 428 $1. Whltaitr
M. Oe Nte.A. 1 *1._.,h.r.11M .h.1. a. Farm Horn Machinery C, P Ph 2220. .ot r b.ta Circulating S to 7 rooms permanent I I Realtor. 14 MaIn: dial 2-1619. I Bow 3-oem _
3 couple daughter axed CRYSTAL LAKE Dr.-Brand new
43O W. Robinson. h..t l"n. lo n.lllbO I eight- I _" I __ .
!I Limit $:. Ph. 7714. Mr. Hodges. I house. 5 rooms and bath. on spacious I gash. t5
turM. O.
POWER UNITS-Continental engineg pr.nnt. .. lakevlew lot. Only $7,600. See I al : :
da.tnar . FLAT 'STEEL for and industrial in COME TO MILLS .a Nebraska .1" to B. SMALL APARTMENT wanted by ingle LAKE BUT SECTION of Winter Park. beeusifW
Sinks I Mark with Louis Geeslla. Realtor.
*. .. a . .ra.ra 4t Supply 'o your horn lu' and t DUPLEX 2d floor a-O. f urnlahed person. Pleas call Miss 143 flew modern In all respect -.. i. . PPtop st .t. .
P. N. Main. 2-1464.
c.b 16x24 sad 11x14 Hal C. 1 W. P. 6118. fl'D11 advice. MUls ..a\l.apt.; .Iet Dial 24594.BUSINESS room bungalow: concrete brick cessstruction. >. elt01e 1kbe .

CanM 1 wttk 2 gal. electric r"I.a PUMPS-All type; irrigation I I FOR LESS THAN COST hot water; kitchen; aul" 3 WOMAN Settled. wishes COLONIAL SECTION 3-bedroom One-car .. .*. 1..,. let- ]i 15.I
U* .. fixture trial Id. heater toasters steel FORMOSA 2310 Garage quiet room with kitchen Owner occupied. Price S15.5OO unfwrnubed. -
..b I and reughlng *a do. Florida tn r. S. .PL privilege home. electric kitchen. 2-car garage I IEaIutea WIUII'.o.a.
.lartk .1 r b.. Ub Pa. 711 W. Supply C. t Church; P.'. large t.aD la. ventilator a :,;: Irn s month t* dbl or efficiency apartment. Par. nicely landscaped lot. Close in. Approximately Vt cash .
u. a.
at pa quired. Call Owner. W B. - .3955PASK
.a .*. Church. Army h1t .a..* cple. Pb"e manent. Box 194 SStar.FVRNISHEDAPARTMENT. 12.000: part cash: balance term
6 I
lock 2-2
Joint .w..1
PIPEPab. and slip I door beet ; many 2-1747. at Joe Myers Realtor 29 W.
ea I Bta I met GORZAVK. C. C. GarletU.
.rn and farm Irrigattoa items: cb.p. after 5 p m. at I I 40 WS-o no.furnished. or house ington: 8R8L Or evening -
COHea Btaktr.1. a. .BtaJaKw Florida Pip At Supply Co. 630 3701 S. ca__ TralL I I'i Adlt. o. wanted to rent In Winter Park by I COLONIALTOWN real buy In a Park 246-R. LAKX
L*.B Hit .t PAJaUIltl.. cpwial W. Church: 6118. I IPATP' Or. Ph and Sept. 1st. Close In. Reasonable. Per 3 bedroom home completely furnished hem Aft.19-
224. :&H-cT a 4
M t HOI manent. 2 adult. Call H. D. ,
Pair Star Hanney. well shrubbed lot $10.5OO.
16) W. 0.,"U grade outside hous 121 FT. sOt shoe cruiser fast newly I I|I & \ll' Siuni Winter Park. 830. very easily fjnaMM.Spe.t to Uviaa rem a r.J em
erirat ktBBtlfml C.,1 Oa teat i mer rate
Parda. 2
reflBislMd LAKE CONWAT erseosd p0.mhea. 554
5.a out. New -2-eeeroom hoatt
M a.e .. sitS U e. nvoJ&1 nal J ..water pD" 134 gat Arnold Are marine = chair I I L FRONT. 5-room furnished .Pt APARTMENT *r M-hrnlah. mewnfrnish.d. Spiegel", Whitney Realty Co.&I.Realtors i furnished. In good .'*. Recently : and half bath Oa reea .
: 70H Metcalf Bldg.: Z-3
Call I
t.Pveerful 1"1$2 .t. ale Paint Store. .7 o.n. 2-378. .t rlnen equipped. 1 I R 515 F.. Bank, C. Johns redecorated. Between 2W. and garage Ha heeuaafast. . _
best kiwr. kwt- 2-3386. CHEROKEBPARK-t.oeel, 2-story'l .
ku P.1 .tr. Phone 8 I 13 acre la tract. Large oak I.yees. _By Owner price 914MaTALOID
a.*l l kt .._.dakl teagtkIfalnped FRUIT Plata quarts HgaUea PIANO-$ call 413LPUMPS. i! home masonry construction. 3 bedroom Concrete lea..IL sand beach. 100 n-' -
JA 7S UNREDEEMED LIVINGSTON A va. 33 Downtown.. ft. : Oea* IaI
l .4 '
$ efficientdwwa ; :: 51. Houses tile roof. Lars landscaped
e Jar*. Knox for Sale dock with covered boat .
e and jewelry. ; first floor. Fur sious* I seUd 2-tee7tram* rltbalhs. .
05* aiatpl .1 Sm.1 .p.r.nt I corner lot. Between 2 lake and fronting
.. 25 K. PinPaon 1-11. Loan-Offle*. 37 .le. Inner- OOO. term w. B. Nichotoem. 111'-1' real offers IIICWttT 1. rJ
IU BROOKSBTRE Subdivision ; on City Park. A real value at
: Worth- 14 S. MaiD dial 2-161. I t.- .
yearly aat taem
=ful afl wtta eaek 541. ALL ITEMS SCARCE or Special. $ I i| -1' 1 r.t. east section) Ife story residence $16.500. Geo. H. Klttredg IIcm.a..eltors. 9 large
ar danad sad nTUUTVR USED o.a..t .- WELLS. WATER SYSTEMS penny finishing Dl and staple; I I LLkxVIxw *75.. 511-FurnIshed 2 lifetime roof. Oak floor Oil heat. 2 I 23176.COLONIALTOWN. I rooms Bad Bat* .
545 50 FAIRVIEW ownersV.oac flaar Vtwaai
; toggl switches r Seeto.LoeetJ' ie.I-
.. I plica Mr.tr7.. 1..5 rusS bottomchair Complete. Mo down 36 bottle gas water heater. "Cote"2O >-!!i adult: nt Ut furnace; fireplaces. 3 bedroom 1<* baths. 2--f f New 2-bedroom little new 2-bedroom frame BOOS* I Ibreezeway neat phu iContinued 40.55. Sijea-
*. 66 month te : "n"t. .tM" car garage S citrus trees. T* settle I frame near bus and store Large garage. Uondry. I ad emily furnished at 113.75. \ i
maurea pay 59 Wo5
! 9. K. lamp I i I
) and .
! Wa .t.I .- *. $29 307 cecIl tan.r N. Garland 6332.WW.1 01. JnUn 1 < MAIN 316 N.-.u small estate can lie bought for *12-6OO ;i, lot Price 7500. 30OO down 1la1.rr&e.ed. lot. lake view, bath with :z.1 Weir It2II 5. psas
II' Mather I. 1: 12.: : hiss electric apartment for bath unfurnished. *r furnished if desired. sin,. . See Ridge with Robt.L water heater etc. S75O. 7r ,
Orlando, Ta. I Ir Other
I Il a I C.h plastic screen wire: 222 W. j i Inner See good
Ph. 2-231?. .spring Can wiattres Servel refrig'erater. Geo. F. Brass,Realty Co. 19 E. Prrde Realtor. 668 N. Orange. "bun $ up. c. U. Taylor ..ku. I
B.r.a. Central Ave. Fa. I
.8. 2-3155. 12-4596. 2S1 N. Orange. 5644. today. ( Oa X sft

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(CM.- h.. rrtredini facet I II.__ IIeuse fop Sale I I SS. Country Property for Sale Mister Breger :I62. Loaii.tptoS300 I !Work Wanted-Female I 73. Used Car for Sale rnItnrI.

,;t- llauaea I-8a' i I SSNTAL PROPERTY5room boa. FARM-4 mU.oat. 18 acres. 3-acre f PAl TIME WORK wsated. 26 It. CHEVROLET-1 4 metelBe FleetUn 4-door I THUR.. JULY 17. '47 PAGE it

4D11t ,... Street. sedan Beautilal maroon
t apartment and full bearing (rove. 2111.buo r ii7y I
0asog low mile
finish. Very
a CTioi-. *, VACATION LOANS- Folly equipped
"sssz Oood SOrStleQ.Pbofl. complete in for Silo
n.t. This property ,. TrmilfTi-Tnifkf
.*... Mar i Work Wanted Mate 1 .... Can b* teen *t R. S. Evsns. 400 .
Lah. mention. 70. -
low areopaacr Oaly e.1t.\O 51.1 2.2U5'1'I You lel.U too au..ru It. t KsReeltor By letting .$ help' you finance your \: 8-015,1CC. Dial 4771. I
: Lake we
.,,, *,.. County Rlrd H Bntm orGr..I.
EJ .,. UI L c..tr . ro saro*. 672 N. Ornu. 2-9. vacation you can enjoy It to its BOOKKEEPER Office maaater : FORD-1940 Club convertible coupe. TRAILER. I2S Hew a.llIU

BONNIE 'I utmost free from money troubles.Liberal available for place where sincere H tao
pp1tii icT BREE&A few select Joe. RURAL, On S excelS Strict New top, new paint runs tood. I trailers or ...1 teUimHa lana
..* Inevitable ar.f .ot credit. Fast service. productive efforts appreciated. Years ; Jim Cumbi Cars 904 N. Orante.
Lk EuU. t lent soil that grow anything. loan method elrm- trailers. Most riot entire stock oat
''n.c Simplified
privacy. salary minor
Itt snvstsS I!* eril. w. . I I of eioerlence; starting Phone 2-4521. I
j R. S. &._ 90 W CoaArai
-- letlcr. Realtor. Tavares. Fla. ar* these 2 furnished houses bt mates red tspe. We make loans for consideration. Box ill 8-S'sr. at eo4.
electrically equipped which .le. all other purpose too. Loans $10 to FORD Super DeLuxe club 4J2I.

v&xv: ..Tailor eSSr. ., ** plac 1... also room \u. 8300. ; OFFICI MANAGER year bookkeeping coupe.-11 ta choose from. Radio j i toe paaot 4aa
: D.. Gr TaOC1t1'
. i TM for Sale; on a b.uua little sand and accounting experience better Jim Cumbie Cars. lICK N. Or- pploodJd rwawnlng
--- --- I lak. PIDt7 .bae. citrus and assorted Family Finance Service Inc- 32 W. need work. Best of reference Box I arise Phone 2-4M1. wheels; good rabwer
tAll eondMton. Will trod (nr $5.0
I COUNTY-10-eere tro 435 Ideal 181. 8-gtar. I|
9857. _
.ttD" Central. Phone i
tBvtiBAN otI.. tad Winter \alearla 225 ".nb *eryo.illet and pmate. > i1nc FORD. 1934 4-door sedan. For Vow ed passentet tar or sell oatruiBt.XH .

Park Five .eeat ...... .. i "..rl1 t.. All over RHdl Price $19.000. CI Carter. YOUNG MAN desire ...plo.m.Cook. .,\. I price transportation see this car. i > E Amen,

t/tme ronstraetM. bIt of 7u.k.r eld. '1. '! cash. balance Re.lor.7O E..Pine. Call A T. Car- I track driver electrician's so- Colonial Motors. 1239 E. Colonial Dr. I TRAIJ..ER--Ler. capacity I .
,..i .iu .uiltv* tk* baftder. The 1. J Brot23S prentice or bookkeeper for small office. 2-0353
new M ": ::- Loans _ _ _ _ _ I Kratham enclosed. ,ppeciol Tanvferced
83. Mortgage
will keep 11s&n
,pst dry I 9601. 809 W. Church.
sad the... 15. .. __ FORG-1H6 ;
i Club Ccupe. "Clean *s to baadl heavy 81IV
S Ie. About
dariM .., 'LI FRONT.. Beaatlfal -101 IUBCRBAN sand mltr. frol VETERAN. '. -''. special ebauf-i pen OUn's Used Cart, 242 N. Or"P San E Amefl __
TV..ir ". b4. .hlt z'e HOMX LOANS W* went to help yoa PaSse 2-4814. .1 I _
> Ave.
J're ,,:, .,*htL ,. front!*. facing Lake Formosa with -' and rp..n : buy a horn, .. build a new on*. fears license service station operator. SPARTAN All aluminum let'S

; s .fv-J"""*:: is S.5o0. (2750. c. P. Ihu...,. Realtor. 140 riirbUApproximately 40 feet deep. We win give yoa prompt service office Married sober experienced FORD lya DeLuxe 2-door .. leader Save on brand new aMdetFraak

.. ,.. .,,_ a4 I.4r. M. Prang ._ _ _ _ Modern 2-bedroom fled kT'i; hours 9 to 1 deemS week; to references. Box 191 8-Star. Radio heater very low mlleate 1 Reed roller Sales. 901 BOrtnt
..tt....... \\et. 11 W. ,21 I, all electric kitchen. S8250; ( I 12 SeUirdsys. First Federal Savings JiiWRESmE TOr-Orl..dO""b Priced to sell at $1893 R. B. Evan*, I Bloxma Trslj
OROVE. 25 year old. .: ___
IW..WS. "ACEI_ 0 adjoining land. Jamerson and Carter.R.altors. and Lean Association of Orlando ME. needs employment 15 yrs. .1.. 400 N Oranse Ave. 4771

_ | 0 489 Vktonclae. and roes.216 944 PDtr.pple 10 E CentraL Phon A T. Pine 8t- Orlando. Fla. core as foreman in fruit Industries. PORD 1946a. 2-door; radio heat BUY A NEW SPARTAN with a BOW
h __ Carter. 9518. Hal knowledge in chemistry; also has er foe light slrp coven low I I lertrte refriacrator5 _._
of 70OO boxe
'tlt C.U..t.. crop operated store and service ststKra. mileas and priced right Wykty I as stove est tl 9SO Frank ROM
AOVTMBAOT rcno" d Lake County'seltrmt INTEREST RATES AS LOW AS *
*.-. on .....,, ,,tmtw.iei .CSIIRtrt: IdSI tll a. I i r *. balance 56. BUlnt Property for Sale en Improved properties IB Orlando Will consider any line of work: property Motors. 700_and 751 N. Mills. I Trailer Sale. 2OI N Oraat RMoswai

1....._._. .a. .1. 1. I. 1 15.0., bur.. Look 1 I II and Winter Park. No brokerage. owner. Bon 189 S-Stsr. LINCOLN ZEPHYR With rebuilt TraIl _ _ _

-.-. .... I. lrss, -P! Hirr .0. Co- R.lrn I I Settee Investment Company, 25 W. PERMANENT POSITION with secar- 1941 Ford motor. clean upholstery: 50% LESS wnoflT 5004V tMP*

f* ,.,,!, M en,,. t.u rets .: . Fla._ I AMELIA AVX. WT-o to Orange Washlnttoa St. Phone 8113. j i iI tty slid advancement'-Maintenance barsaln $515 Goldenrod Station. ; strength ta a new Speraa tisa T

tru. .rl..'" river runaiag Are. location. I I IF man for hotel hospital school or LASALLE 1940 -52" 4-door sedan. Pass now at. Prank Wd Tro-ilpr

raMMb property prtre 94MO. .100 M Acreage for Sale .our sIgn then see Ray Lennon office building appliance, salesmsn.offset Sale. 301 N Orana aloosoai ball
New two-tone paint. excellent
'**. ba.- 6MIV ItM -I... i with Joe O. Myers. I.I\o. 2 I priatlns. painting, supply I LIPS < --
Washlnston. ) .. Long-term, low-rat. GovernmentInsured mechanical condition Jim Cumbie r A Svsrtaa Manor M life *b
la'r,.1Wlll.: 'Sr P.: :- oiliesT HIGHWAY-10 acres close a 13. mortgage loans for warehouseman restaurant, photography Cars._504_14_ Orange Phone 2-4521. the right maaa New wnia* l.a

M.v'I. ... la. 33'I on ,rout of new cr'a I building, buying or refinancing. Call plumbing experience: modern I st 12S 2. PresS Peed Trai-r _aiof
I.M' ..... *S Bt Pb. *To4. SUM ) .. 82.500. Mr. Lane with CLOSE IN 6 apartment house. or see Joe O. Myers. Resltor. 29 W. art and Bible work. Loral refer LINCOLN ZEPHYR. 1941. 4 door sedan. -I 2ft1 M Orange Slaisom Trai

Strm' Ooodwla IncBroken all All furnished.unt the "Pink at codUloD. Washington St. Phone 8881. I .n ... Harold I Deeter 3000 Green. Also UfO Chevrolet business. I ENJOY YOUR vacattoa ." iSo
coup Se* at 1000 S. Orlando A.
$ M7RBANbedraomti, tieepindporcn t Oraat*; 5555.LiiiR0NTl2.. ." If you are In the market lor St. Hsrnsburt. WinterPark nation m the world1 flamow-

Mi* C"Ioar... ran Ctoa a home and income. Here's the I Ibl. I : ro. trailer Spartan Manor Ca's
S mile ol 10 MOTORCYCI.z-
I acre*
and ervtf'evrrnAN'S Royal Enfieht
a aebMl s.d **. *44OO ; to check on! food 71. Airplane Sales
aa5aTtse1aM4nOoo.,1.S I ear Umlta. Moctly oak and pin 123.0 LOANS ea all types of property: long aU3 on a demoaotrator rook Kind.
Brand new Must move out at cost.
Mfbrwoai Nenr . I| ) Busch with or short terms: low rate: Immediate Trailer Sales 201 M Or***. BUmm
I Fiowin. : :
jIL. 1. :r TRAINING First come first served R. 8. Evan.
1s.. Irsksr: tl.br. .trl H :Br. ; 2-0583; 9r" service. Harlow O. Fredrick. 118 j FLIGHT ; Tr.II

I" II flrsii .., . La_ with,Hu..S pr Goodwin. Inc. Ifi I N. Orant Av*. Phon 8188- I,I Job Single training and for mulU-entine mechanic's ratings ratios 80 W Central. phone-194061"4321MOTORCYCLJ. _ _ 8300 DOWN .IU bay a lugs traitor

JiUnJAn aaiC'nOIf-M"'r.; ..11 Sacker; STY N. 9825. ,Sag fnca.Ioae, lea., 0.i4 sqbs a.'et 0 H.V.
_Ir Or.al i I COLONIAL 8LC'rION-Oarse apart- Cal' Ryan Field. AOO1.'. Fla- Harley-Davidson. lust overhauled. from Fraak Reed. LN sobatiso

'*.. Very ate aoacret Itvint room block. Lkl FRONT-Homeslte; 2' are I I l ness.meat Three on large apartments.lot. Zone Beautifully for busil "I don't care if it IS the hottest night of the year-get \I[ WANTED 81.500 with 6 loan.* Interest Will live oa horn firstmortgage TWIN ENGINE ratings on Grumman 424 E. Central Ave. _ _ of rrU new .and t* M used month trailer to to nay ctMao Why

tBBHMB blinaa oak beautiful Bear Widgeon: land sea and InstrumentTeteraa's MOTORCYCLE"Indian "
floor Coppereewas Cr.t furnished. With good income besides back to bed!" for security. Ph. 110-. Winter Chief. 74" pay rent Free ajcod Trailer isl**.
tlevt. lot. tIk." lai,_ Sanitarium. Co.e' ,. 418I .waeraa .nmtrDt. Price $18300.Lindbrrf. I i | Park. training. Orlando Aviation 4 months old. Only S.OOO mile 291 N. Orange It'TI.tt

... Pt c. 810.800. A. fr H-IO67 I SesaIwsy. Broker 911 N. Mills 2-0818. I I : Country Club. Ph. -inter Park 863. Dealer ira.a4 Will tell for $59*. ; -- .- -- -- -. -- -

I V-"Ii, *& "Hwr; n L I :ROUTE IS-On. of our best tr.et I! 58. Real Estate Wanted,,,,,, 60. Business Opportunities I I EtA!. ESTATE LOANS Low cost R. 8. 101 W. Central. Dial
with house. for Rent S2X.
FIRNERY-One 72. Agios-Tracks
E'- i 16Stl2OO .,.. wtth food scre To buy. build or refinance bom j
8IDI Pat ,real*ala- 'pae. and torn fin timber. A good More aailable to rent or buy. You I HIGHWAY BUSINESS This 1$ I sad bounces property. The TrustDepartment OLDSMOBILE 1946 "78' .- LOANS LOANS LOA..

aais I rooat bom. I', baths . Plac to bass nice "'U.irev* sodS rCa earn a living here. Not f.r from tood- opportunity-Onlimited possibilitit of First National Bank !,I' CAR-RENTAL INC High trade Inured nette. Beautiful moroon finish very
*' P'.r. trait Beraed real horn. Realty. I E. Orisndo lust off 17-92. '6. O. C. LISTINGS WANTED.-W* hav a !: -Now bss S acres of land at Orlando second floor. I cars by week or *e.v>n to' low mileage. Jim CuisIne Car*. 904 I

tuaai penh tlropiaco Two ear ... Crt.1 Ar "eKIQ.. S..n. R 0..1 9tcs. I waiun list for desirable proper-1 I with nice 3-room bnnselow and other II I responsible people. Can 615$. 36 W. I N. Orange Phone 2-4521

ate aiib ... tubpavod, .,.. I 1 ACRES .. Curry Ford Road 1'-I I I HOME--Spie and ipso home. I I ties. Note Kay Anderson Broker ;i buildings. 5 miles from bean of Mwn. I Li.lIlUtoll AnD OLDSMOBILE 1946 "6" Sedsnett Borrow By "'

aIM '5 ... eel 5ris cay 67SOO. : mil tooth .. Cheney Hlibway.Bom I OJT distance downtown. N. Orange; 62 I II $14 SOO. Lorraine' Hoffmtn with ClydeMcKensie. : 64. Help Wanted-Female VARNER ODRrVEITDrive ityoor.ell H drama le. 2-ton finish. Otto's

h cr $11b .. Msfttp .. pin*; .M acre. B. H. Long, Pine corner east of'oor Ate. I I 1371 104 W. Central; 2-4775. ,|. I ; low rate: by mil or d... I Used Cars 242 N. Orange Ave. Phon

bms.f Sb 14e5SIucN3r. I 4IO Washington ..,.. VicksburiMhia. I Extra well furnished. Monthly Income I I I HIGH CLASS exclusive food store; ASSISTANT ia mortgage loss office. D. Vsrner U-Drlv-It. Inc. 234 W. 2-4814. CALL US-TrTTW PrO?

.. .. Ofldc ACRES .. new land for water- i up to $800. Owner transferred. Price I II LISTINGS WANTTD-'W. have the well stocked: plenty floor spare; Only one assistant in eflice with Central Ave. Phone 2-3153. OLDSMOBILE 1937 4-door sedan: IN THE SAME HOUR FORTHECA95I'$86S.PU

Ae.ii ....., 1. .I.utre 1' Will cleared for next I 816.500. : S"tn Realtor; 3 I buyers if you have th. property. centrally located. If IDt.f.t.writ good hours end pleasant working HERTZ DRIV-UR-BELP SYSTEM- 8525; fair condition rood tires.
\ 4* Oelaaaw aHeppsa* evaiee. 1. SPine: I ownersBox 165 I I condition Tracks and passenger cars for rent .
Only ; rent for season S5r Call A .'1'. Carter 9518: Jamerson Jt 8St.r.LCNRYIELrV1C Bookkftpmi. shorthsnd. 2nd street right off Cheney blghwav.
$I7 O. <. down. balaar* $21o.Im..aI..f monta- i I 1 tesdy .rf..WJ 'D *. Stat Drove*. :i GUEST If it's a Guest Rome Carter; Main and Central. i typing and general oflic work. Permanent by hour. day or week. Low rate 373 at Little Lake Barton. Willis B... I'.. Gel cask .at7 55 lone Osas.-

i t. C till $. Or. . I II I ...Dor duplex or other income New resident ctpsbl of assura-I N Orange phone l-4 ef.I .
A'. 7'1 PLYMOUTH-1936 4-door sedan reconditioned tars Alit. er FwieMeeo Call Wisy'GFC
'e.sr Ms&Issg W* InS i '
andcrTVTMWrisT management and responsibility. 47
don't fail to see us- WASrlalet.b1 prorr I JIM CUMBIE U-DRIVE-rr -
10 ACRES ft. pro.r71 I mO'b .
-MO on road Conwayi 110 motor excellent rubber.body
tn'.e P5,5 | Section. I.* h. of nicest and Pa.salc.ma.t. T. K. RIch class location. land 7.Church_ and Mala Bldt. Phone 072$. model cars. By day. week or month.
I See
after 4
lb 1208 W.
i electricity. .b p m.
iCT10rU rr, _rwaTk I dally mail by door. of I: best buy in town. Slmo.n-"toD. Huul R..lrr.. : E CCDtra 1 ins and equipment ff"$24.00O. with HOUSEKEEPER-Cook % meals per 'Competitive rate 904 N. Orange; Central. Apt. 1 Phone 60O5.
* well ewsntrwcted .. ron- I 1 partly cleared .: : Realtor 600 I terms. Please come to office for de dial 2-4521.
with mall I I day. and- clean..No laundry work- PACKARD 1937 4-door sedaa. 8 LOAN COMPANY
Ready to move on* corner. Tbt la an nnnsual I GUEST HOMJI exclusive ..I.b I ,.1. Exclusive with Settee In..e Partial care *f 2 small children. 810 OUN'S O-DHIYE IT INC.-New ear cylinder. See after 1 p.m. at 9 K.
e.IJ'ptirrhaaed oa term witb ,i and worth 10r than In* weI 1 Iatd so that FOR DIT ATTENTION sad e 24 W. W.tD. Phone week. Nice room with private batn. for rent by dy. week or month. Eola Dr Price 8325.

b ,B..%, a ic*. j I ask lo It. Term $ .71500 SIS highway traffic into it easily, rst property wltbI 8513. i Call Mrs. Terrell. 2-4232. Nor red tape. 2 locations. 242 N. ,11 last RoMBaoa SUms 5955
>**ama .,. Cl... "cat..- I 1 McKelvey, 10 le.btat. Room I this two story guest home has three I )brte WUUsms. Realtor 21 W. I I' Or*me. Pb. 2-4814. and 142 N. PLYMOUTH 2-door Sedan with ,

,.. 104 W Ct
lart lake: I I Ib.1. with IS baths Q: Doing good business and books arc and commission. Pleas can 2-2291 !. 316 W. Amelia.

>.*. pnvliet O-raoas 5..... 3 II I !!-1. Ranches and Timberland I, 't.lf. room dining room, : LIST YOUR PROPERTY with us We open t interested party. Extremely, for details : 13.at.. Service I PONTIAC 1935. 1 win sea today II
tar** lot city breakfast nook kitchen fine screened h. a large experienced .. organization low ret and some of equipment I only at than cost-4-door I

*7aBt Wsfl.t W Bos* lavostmea'BA 9..OOO ACRZS.-ncrd. on pared road 'e> porches. Basement and new tilfurnace. I capable of handling all : brand new. Price I$7500. plus stock. ,, MORRISON'S attractive CAFETERIA-Want* ALIGNMENT Free Inspection. Pontiac d'--Ne paint seat coven BUY BETTER

4* W O>... Av* or.IB Manor Banning asia,. 20 mile from Orlando. Oood Dullness WIDt and types at property. Boot a Pryde I Bee M. Fol om. Harold lia.Pbere ,.IDua,young. High ladies school for education cafeteria Prompt repairs by expert mechanic tood rubber. A family car ready
Mire UM M Ovtat* At. Summer. Call Vera withQHarra I II E. t* at 295. R S. Evan .
$8 per acre lit wa worth T.I.r Realtor; 668 N. Orange 2-S9. 2 leotured. Paid vacations hospitalisa- *. A one-stop service *t Good- to CO West !

aO..AIII Ple4arqa 8-ram farwabed ISis prtc 10 yea,. aso). Ask Aaber Moore. 109 E. Pine. i Buy with confidence Deal .1l- Phcne 5124. tins insurance for employes. Apply year'* Service. 300 N. Orante Ave. Central; 4321.PONTlAC1948. USED CARS

bom, with batemias. OaI > Peter. Realtor cor. CeDUa and ..i: HIGHWAY 17-92-Ccrner Eatonville I -Pride." . I Ii I t't Mr. Crowley. I I AUTO-BRAKE JOBS and wheel I "convertible club

i ace** 2-1 I a< ro bearia rl.. Oaraa ,.71 -_ I Road MslUsnd. 175 '. frontage i FREE APPRAISALS your horn ,I II II I ', alignment. 1-day service. Wheels coupe. Glossy black finish. Radio.heater. .

..u .. .... ho.. todatd I I oa hishway. 585 ftdeep.. 9 room We will live you an estimate free ROUTE 17-92 taaek room. SodaFountain. STENOGRAPHER rt"DC.tI. For balanced while yen ..1'. C. A. Low mileate. See at R. S.I 1947 FORD Convert**. AU owtr 8.beauuful .

(..1Iett I .... Wtlonr 54. Lots for Sale home large srora. Ideal for guest of eha. on the cun.o.ant Excellent location; completely permanent position with local fia- Prante Son. 1010 W. Church. I Evan 101 W Central. Dial 5296. : rroon. Rank

--*"-. ".*.,. u w CkartBifiiomaiLT I hom Northern owner has r.4ueO I ..lle your property. No obligation. equipped Lone lease at 11.5 acre company. Box 184 S-8tar. PLYMOUTH-1939 coupe: good condition
BEVERLY 8HORES--Butldlnc I price to S16.0OO. Exclusive Phone 7811. Wm. Mathews with per month. $250O cash.Altamonte AUTOMOTIVE I 1949 FORD SpnrtwnoB CaenrwrtsMe.
: mechanically perfect good
cot I SECRETARY with knowledge of !I anted mechanic prompt service. ;
.. P. Shomway. Realtor 140 N. .< J. Daniel Koiar. Broker. :, Sprints office of HockeJ- ; RadIo bestir. two at 0.
i.a. near ..... are d. Buy your I bookkeeping and general office routine l tood stock pert accessories and rubber. Priced for quick sale S OO. 1
__ > ... Corner lat. SOC Ibis Ma.1 s.rtlea now. W* will I| 2-:28. ,, NICE HOME. Delaney .e'IO 3 bedrooms I I 0 Neal. R.ltr C.1 Homer 'SwellWinter inejudint some stenographicI 1 tires. D. Vamp Inc. 234 W. Cen1 I Phone Sanford 247 M- I finest

$4. A 1M keaae foe $12 M*. Fred ', b* t 1.1. yon . yourseleels. i j UTI CORNERS Oor and : 1 or 2 story; pay S3SOO PrI. work. Steady position with a branch I trail 23153. I PLYMOUTH-I94S Special DeLuxe I I 1941 CHEVROLET Sewetsi

.. ...>ri ill R, Central 844L R. InvestmentCo. 32x150. S.1 trade. down. Call 5073. I I I I office. Reply with foil details Boa i BRAKES REPAIRED W all Club Cou e. Fully equipped low
4* N. Orn(* At Manor rent. Price reduced short I supply Sport Sedan. A.c.r. eel .
Oapa a I 17
? Ur. Bro! 8-Star. ...
BUYERS WAITDiO List your proper- your aato needs: also tires tat Will sell or tr.d. R. S.
offlro 1354 N A .. 437 .
Otana .r. Owner. St.
A.r Oraai 4bsOraama. _ pr'et" i ty mith us for best results C.r RTACRN&nral nice Orange i ..AITRJSSE.perld sad *IL Dixl S.leaSenke.. W. Evan. 101 W. Central Ave. Phone
< > CLOSE IN-Lak* front. 10SZ30OI I and confidential handlingSam I* .. Startingat I 5295Ft.YMOt2TH1942
1 batk* *rnr lot. A I.tl I Sooth at Boon St.
apply. Avaloa Coffee Shop. 485
**a I a* A lot et > as* tor tll.too. 750. Can pee beat this Roper Hutehins. Broker. 409 S. 5. 0. Potter with Herman
CsoreM. .roke.* 110 L ...17. Cbareb and .: 1-3433. ![ MOTOR COURT-On U J. 2-053. Or.nl. i G_ .Inc..Broker; Ill N. Orange; Orssge ***. BODY AND FEnDER repairing and I special deluijjts. STANDARD MOTOR INC.
t C"a 1-2 1 painting. Estimates gladly given. tion wagon: equipped with radio
I 9i5
wwtway bCB&DREAD CLUB ( CAN USE FEW HORS n5 N. Orani Ave. PKan SM
418frriR I COUNTRY I A girls for Satisfaction tuaranteed. D. Vsrner. and heater. Good condition reasonable. ',
lton. Lars* lots low as $49*. :S modern frame cottages r.s.arn& BUTERS ARE HERE W* have II, SODA FOUNTAIN AND GRIA i survey work: minimum pay tuaraateed. 234 W. Central Ay* Phone 2-3153. 115 E. Central. I

... .I---I terms. Fay monthly. Hsv lot | .. station. 700 ft. quiries dally for homes roves. 'I excellent investment Bankers Life Cas. Co- I
.tow Partiv tumnbed s.c. lee .5.. .. '.. materiala bc.lassUable. '0 ft. on beautiful I.t. First classS. I business locations income proper- tabltshed business la ,of the best Room ao. 21 1. Central from 9 to I LUBRICATION SheUqbrlcatlon PONTIAC-1941 Six. 4-door: clea:
10 f Property this bAsh classsctw location In Orlsndo. Just a seasonal 1 12 th. thorough scientific lubrication. beauty. Bell or trade for lighter
r"Md. 1'3.50. O.. tie and List yur property '
Pfr* taoaa TWBM sic 5.1a..tMt l Every "nook and of ear art quick 647 W. CentraLPLYMOUTH
Is bound to .r.rapidly at 5*. Asher with as. Immediate consideration. I business; but year round cranny soar car CARS
.. Mr Rryaat Her
wMb I
I. of thisIncrease. and Main; 2-0786. with f r.r track is touched. Smooth running I 1935. with =
ITT L. vlue. Buy today Cut Rt. LPrjde.. Realtor. 664 money m. C.I Za.t.r 65. Help Wanted-Male radio. 8150.8ee
'. a. Vt>* bats some b.tU'1 I N. 3-59. Clyde "cKtral. 2-n5 apI mechanical part sparedyos. Saleresponse i at 1810 Illinois A. 147 -?1" .dtaot**

_I large lots hbN.t: :. sou : I potntmens. ; BOOKKEEPER Between sees of 25 prolongs hardtoreplaceparU : PACKARD-1939. 120: radio heater Radio fcyoramattt. Car bar
baa. and make delving safe
W. beta-rwai a. I bus ::: MW ENGLAND. 299-322. Colored.In I HAVE 4 BUYER with S3.00O cash fiiBUSINLsS-1: or 1 Plymouth I and 40. Most have plestint personality end a pleasure. 81. Oreat easy BouthnaI overdrive; original paint: ciesnprIvate. ; I only II mtn

Csmtsn BI.nd th* sautr in Winter Park. Out down payment for home. What can cars fully covered with Insurance. and be able to meet the pUb- Stores. 693 N. Orsnge; dial 2-1880. Phone 2-2S78.: 6-9 p m.i .
iiahis 1947
Csrnstn Bids.. In Or&*; of town owner says llauidat 6-room you offer Wilbur and railroad commission. Business lic. Must also have knowledge of suts.r PI.TMOCTH-19Z; : "U."I2"t
I i
es. .. .. I"d Bro new tires motor
-aie* 4SSI; .
and ,- house. Terms possible. i
. .1. 2-ZS._ rom I ker: 23 W. Church: 6675. In same location for past I years accessory and tire business. permanent overhauled: fair condition
100 .. balaar 8850.
1' D 1* lot Fred : 118 K. Central; I Price right for sale. job with old firm. Boa 190 73-1. Auto Parts-Accessories 1 i practically saw
r Oaf1 Br.u i j
IUIDRE-Hir. lO See at City storeroom .
U, wlta i. P. O "I phone Sunday 4328.i I WANTED to bl1 from o..r. 2 on Graco St.
n. '. atlc.| 856. bI Magnolia Ave. or 5 DeWttt Co S-atar. I Tto 5. 194T FORD -UClsb COaa
." house sleeping
for Immediate sal. Sit i ORANGE BLOSSOM l'RAI1.-N.ar I rom wit .rc Enstis. P15.TilaIiAsE, J.bf.1lor
.Ww."I.p- tram ( Richard 10. 10. St. Streets 3 8256.I "._ l !I CELERY GROWER Experienced''I almost any make of PLYMOUTH 1.41-4 door Special 1944 PONTIAC Streaasta. Soda
on ON filling station located
MM* .. P... 110. Orans Iuu.! Cblrd spot ideal for ale. I wanting troves 1 Trained farm manager for farmin '.'0. C. A. Prance Sons 1010 W. I Deluxe orIginal finish: good tires; '
WE-HV Gore and
'S c e.es.5 51I 0.. 11 I. 2-t .$6.000.. Thelma with H. P. prODn" and homes. For .oa e" stock. p.rmor.P Zellwood area. Good position for Church phone 8811. private owner. Bee Clark at 47 N. IMfl DODGE PERU

C f P 'SeC 'S* $4J'S'S c.": EIAnOHi6 Boland. Realtor Klnul. Orange; Cari ; Immediate ..I with P. A. Al- $ right party. A. Dada tt'Sons. Oviedo OLDSMOBILE BODY WANTED-1942 Orange Ave. I
i. rts-dliam wfilt O. p SWOP*. Lak Adair. A3 assessments la and i ritsa Bids., phone 24SM.i 1 I.. I.JO. 37 W. Washington. I TOURIST..CURT-I VIt Restaurant I I 2151. : -'4 or47.. Any style Ph. 3IKlaatmmee PLYMOUTH 1940 3-door sedan. i 1941 PACKARD Cu pwr 1.4*. Ges,.
SOO ft. drive tad RadIo.CADILLAC
... paid. A desirable pie In on* of tb* i FRONTAGE-10.OOO sql WE HATE BU-u. Bringor frontage on Indian River U. S. Lpn. COOK-Man or .om.a. Experienced. | or 818 Msln Sn. Priced to sen. Central Florida I .

. PARK A v ..Parki.: city S belt reudeitlal arts Moderately RIA. OO.OOO M. ft. For de- I phone In ltDU one. M 823.500. S10.OOO .e balance I Contact. Chef Hynes. Kisstnunee. |Illote,, Jeffersoa and Garland; dial 1941 aT' ..
T eeSISCCUS* a a-a drm .. Mancel ': D Bailey. Church. n.h Florid J Antos-Traltera Wanted I
priced. .u. tailed information call Louts S. OelIve. Raltor. 3 E Ph per month. Mr. with I

.r .<*". bnatalow Fall tiM La.r.11.C_ ,' ._Broker: 27 W._Washington$413_ I 4767. ____ Herman Goodwin Inc. p.ce 477H. ,,STUDEBAKER 1947 _00' Land 1941 BUICK 5peUl .
...d fwer* window. I East Brok.r t CARPENTERS W..t"aot be alt AUTOS WANTED-win pay hitbestI Cruiser radio cBmatiser. overdrive.
GROVE in Conway or .
MO. Phono Oranse; '
...- haf ... P.. LOTS winter Colovlaltowa 235 R. RAILROAD SAL Railroad PROPERTY ant -Brtr. SAL* County. Preferably PineI 155.MSE I I! around .carpenter men. no roa.1aI 'I I cash price for year Ttr. Oflns Inc. 'Pewder Green. Lew mile**. See 1941 POITTTACrfDnar S4u

. Pal I oa Ar I appl or Valencia Must b* a Restaurant. Beer and tr.roeDtera'D..4 apply. Waterman A 142 N. Garland. 2-4347 er 242 If. Or- tale If you want the finest In luxury I 1941 FORD Coeieitibl ..
t. tta Is,.. Oabal Construction Co. Owner .0 i Stock and futures.1J9OO. I Richards- 287 W. Welboun Ave, 24814.AUTOMOBILES.
5.5 l nse. trcnuportatlcm. Wykygyl Motors. 700 .
p: : JIJrit 19 Rntland Bid*.. Phon $383. I'1 buy. Can S159. etimpaon Piv ..lease. 845 8. Or.. l Winter Park.: t or 7S1 N. Jolin.'IiTODnAUR 1S39 BOTCK Special 2-astr ..
1 ] Bids. WANTED Will buy
. -
$ . 2-4 St Ifc front***-10 It. dee*. UiO PAKsm- mile R.atr.M.u.1 I! Blossom ___ t
0. r. .\ yon now wbil y.. TAliR- T.u DELlVJRY BOY .ANnD. Apply te I your car or sell your ear. Autos 1941 Chsmolonl / n.. "I'll soW .10 s -4. parante. -

t >*Ti-* PAm 0 asnw t* walklnedttataa .tan .c eb t and auanlity.Lorrao I ,r Or'n D:1" and I 60. Business Opportunities I BUSIES OPPRTIT I Florida Press. 143 IsIs Church I at auction every Thursday. Holly i Drive to appreciate. Central Plor- .. .It SIC PUS too
** rraatteww. m oa* aSSa wus. r I lo. 'I.t. Robson'. Motor Auctions 2120 8. Ida Motoct "rerion and Garland;
I with Clrdo .
fI S Sa* M5bSf5SSdS.I. Moffman Mattr. ', d..rloom.n' Price '4.15.Wtb I with 2 tables pressin In splendid location I Orsnge Blossom Trail. d. 12424'
APOPKA Pool room : I I
5M, W CatrslZ47'lC.iitcurift only cash DISTRIBUTOR WANTED to handle J. C. MeKELLAR. INC.
lease. $3250 easily financed. "S
reulr.4 ;
VS. U.o t
.., brdroom borne. equipment. .
our good condition: other BUICK WANTED Th later and WILLYS
Ii. corner, to Spiegel. Whitney Spletel Realty Thermotd line of Vee belt Flat belt- I -1937. A-l mechanical con- "YOUR PACKARO DtACT
8jrn>aK4 **-ee4 I klirBea oealpBMti IRK-IO h.idl. a .lh C. L. Strosnider.tP. O. Box Apop- leaner the better. Might bay Old dillon PrIce.
i e ft. Inside. Realtor. :3 Co Realtors. 70S ". Bide. Ins and rubber hoar.f" P. O. 325. Phone 3-t088.
oearoctated.A l.oM. e ESP
< kwt b* ta oranao ka. 1 'cl er Pontiac. SIlvers Pontiae. 62 W. SEVENTY FIX
..ri>tiaal awv ...ooX CaUb 1 .... tree. 1 10. ISO ft. lak pb 612. F. 2-329 Box 2927. Orlando." Fla. Colonial 342 N. Orsn.* Av* Pm .47DON'T

t e RaviMi Dava* Aadrewa.p ,_,. 111. Mo**, arose I AUTOMOBILE REPAIR GARAGE and I BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES you 'I EZPERTBNCED MAN to handle cred- WILLYS 1942 4-door. A tood _

w-.atef Park ,1 UJ. pb.suiSPfl1AKSFIOCTWTI0_ -_ TOURIST COURT-Per the best high attached living QU.rr. on main arc lookint for a tourist eonrt.i 1 it* and make collections car aeci :BADLY IN NEED of 1946 and 1947 And-Priced right *t 8775. WykytylI I

.= tI.C1os. la.O I class tourist court location see traffic artery Orla.4o and i grocery or any other business I II Ii i .. Write Box 180 S-Star. automobile and older cars. Harley I Motor 700 or 781 N. Mill
WTWTwm e-ana, i ,.-. Winter Park. Store front shop 33x65. .tr. Wadsworth. 613 N. Orant Ave-.
road. $1JX W. A. MeKeaner. Martt Williams. W. i see us. Spiegel." Whitney I! HOUSEKEEPER Whit Lift A PEW REPOSSESSED cars. Good
wiib b'b. vaeaot.as : ri108.2 Large lubrication shed and t I READ THIS
name ** phone 8597.FILLEY I
t .* ri 6M Ala* BSWS and Broker 4'iO Cheney HIsSas. : Washington St. or bungalow all in one new mO.r i, Spiegel Realty C.. Realtors. 10 Met- family of three, Phone 4849. I MOTORS_ I t trui transportation.*. Good. bu,,. Will
will sell ,
INC. buy. IttQl 1' T.ff.r
1-1140. calf Bldg.: 2-3269. n *
Mia c..al. ** l.f _ builxUnc. re-Intoned for fltar HOTEL NIGHT CLERK-Elderly, sober '
bll for the high
!iM.>r. $"' ktvos* sit* aoiai WAREHOUSE SITE-Montana Ave. i iO' floor. .d.a for Super .. BE YOUR OWN Ice cream pddle. regular experience transcriptswitchboard. or trad your car 76. TraUfr I
aK&rNT- dollar See a* at 200 W. Central er -Trnck8 for Sale UNLESSYou
Seaboard Railroad. t
a ..".. .M Lars. deep Iota on needed ia ,..tOD Price 8228OO < Cusnmea scooter with .0 Apply S-8tar Box 186. Phone 5416.FRANK .
| 10071.D. home I Income. at 1136 W. Smith. I
oasmandinc best slew M.ltlu with ears .D i Sr D- I
wWTM la 1oIAII'ITrNANCJ MAJ-Boa.11III furnished. I
?< 5a* .4. M a...1.i .. W.* ..beach U.C .: .. 17.92-Migbeey and ll. frD-1 furnishings. H cash years. vhs Phone Si-$41Loke_ Wsie. REED reany Snow for how to You to bur Mr.
let aleS i .. tage. New 2-bedroom Huckel-O NeaU Realtors; 118 E. Rob- I let the high dollar your ear *
paw** :I.. bedUtilal crl. insult: 23753. METAL WORKER-Body and lender I Imen. or equity. Cash in five minutes. Why i CHEVROLET T3ACTOH-1941. Hook.
Furnished djal
.Is* l> ..ta**s>*P d Won. ta aPill t aD"I. I I Experienced. Roller Chevrolet. gIve 'em aweyf Give us a chance. *d to 22 ft. Dorsey trailer with
city Ideal You want to let cf.
1 aold and at ASHLEY'S SEAFOOD Mrbad OD B IT- 115 W. Central Avenue. 201 H. Oranse Blossom Trail; 7883. stake sides 147 license. Both 888S.GMC. .
la. i> .* kucbea eaalpmea trtcsed. lay. Co KX & .Exceptionally good eric*EIt1 Grocery Str. Must oa account I I II ,
fr J.r *. Broker. 824 N. Mills. I and trailer park : PLUMBER-Experienced only. Raymond fONT SELL for less than we win -I
l ) ** ti.aipjr .. 0 HsVTd. velc.l.l_ npas. 1 __ of b. he.IU. Reply t owner.A. Tourist court com I I IH to Z tea tractor new 248
o R Pow pn.n* t-tio awisUAPI0-OesMs A's. lot. i UNIT Apartment, elel J. Ashley. 85 .. Clcr- bination. 5-room bouse Uumished>. I Dickson. 136 W. Plant 8t' i p.,. Get an yon can for your old 1 inch ennne and Hydrovsr. sid* We will self Jew eat Ssr tMcommlssioa.

J IlbwXIOal awbwrbaa. ft. ,,_ For cellent COD4IUD mont. F.. 435. 2-car tarate. Also .tr. building iaI Winter Garden. Office phone 115'1 ear while 'b.l1n.. ls still sood.I I lanka. 5th wheel. 2-peed axl*. Pnet
e & ali a IS. Icom. .30 resident phone 309 Shop around then all It her*. a* so
f.tMM *..., .. seed tot C. T.I. Priced for .d.t .I. '2.0. BUSIE OPPORTUNITIES I front. Trailer p.rl house .'I j-I many other hav. don. Central 11475.I U y ew ear U aM
.,.. easy term. Call i I 1..tne.. Deepi SHORT ORDER COOK-Experienced
SIC'S rtn* W Otaas. 1544.bRwI11uA2ui1t you find your way I..r
.. a .C.bor hrD t .. I II Ida Motors. L. P. Hsiao. Ph. '-242"a. sold only $1.00 **.
i I you pay pet
alanee like ft Nettkat-1 1 Dri R.ttre BroIe. a profitably u your experience .I.ere p"ll. 7& It Iib.. only need apply. Avalon Coffee 1 General Truck Bonlpment Co..
.. .. 485 N. U19
capital in Central Florida. lr 8't Melts 54.1 9809. b
baa Av* Lot J. 4. Part I. s1 Rtack I"H. IC. e i 300 SO. FT. FLOOR SPACE-.-por Among .tb.f we hav*, Ills following I aore. I I WA.NtZD-Short order cook. Must I II S. EVANS PAYS MORE
and trailer park. I
119 1. I Brokers .' manufacturing or warehousmc. businesses for sale: turl.o I have at least > years experience.I: refused by Idler.SMYRNA.

an.. -C. I Southwest near railroad. L, A small assembly buslnes falr .rle. 0. '2.0. Terms. I, Sober. reference Apply Juntl I Drop Into of CHEVROLET 1946. v. ton pickap
_b SerIal _ >.1 A. any one oar 3 Orlando -
.. 430*. I cating household equipment p. e Drive-in. Tavarea. PI .
U1Ic It. 4000
wMk locations for appraisal true miles priced
biaare C.rD.lah R.ltr. aa or phono
PALM i Broker; 1121 N. Orlando I
art R. ois.. nIC&-.ul .u0I. muck in demand and a pro of G.lden 5296.I to SOIL Jim Cumbie Cart. lICK N. Drang
** I near ,W'Dd uderpass). Winter
t e. Attractive sue .1 T.le"Devet- I I 57. Real Estate Exchanged A-I A grade. Pe'ID.olve. Build-. I| Park.OOLDZX. ; 66. Sales Help WantedMAN i e. Phone 2-4321. AUTO

.W- epor. II N..e*; 1-0. I II 2 with upstair elloment_ doing CHEVROLET 1944 IH-ton. Perfect
PELBAM 3333-Owner n.eDts WANTED-Good nearby I GET TOP CASH PRICE for your car condition. See at 424 K Central
Iat. RA w .
PS rental
.DC.--M.K I in Orlando
business. Not
accept 11.5. .lelsh business I. city of regardless of stake modeL Used Avenue.PORD .
tr-jaarii ..u, I I II or
.. .* ("0. Q on this residence. 1 I and several nearby location, Ra..1 Car Excbanse. 119 W. Washington
'S S'51 _ .'.. ._ _ _ I 3. A merchandise store well located open. If willing to conduct :.t. Phone 2-282. 1938 IS ton. long wheel I
$-I1. A avtoe *o 1Wdws 0t I I wi-TRADE my 3- rom home la i on one of Orlando's busiest downtown IT- 'Service business while earning base. Flat. Cab over engine. Good

1 bom*Mf*4 ftaaa* and.eaaw WII'PAIT.i ;. SUon &. 3 blol. streets, complete with future u I living writ Immediately. Rswletgo. D. VARNER INC. want to buy your condition. $495.00. 0 M C. 1945 special : Auction every Tie ct vr 1 PM.
u from river In stock $3500. I aato or truck and win pay top steel body and winch "."
aettotl 17-92 with
IBO MoHBot 10. 3 tourist on
I I 18O 45. Memphis. Tena. I II II
r'W *MaBd **raa* aad Park Isle. aa low i I t 1'h.a Ba 174 S-Star. I I.. Suburban grocery 7 miles of center t heavy .c.r. l.to . tl> 283 I 1 De"Fl" n-8ALisMAN- I price Immediately. D. Yam,, Ine frame. low mU..... 70000. Gabel starting JvA? Matt At New
'I tBT
MM** *
MM* Brdd tlnoea.kwaaiHwi . Orlando at busy highway by deep. <2) 225 REAL Studebaker Sale and Service. 234 I 1 Construction Co. ". Msrc-
aa 511 eowsw kJ I o I'roDta. 2f't Sects and listing furnished. Gardner W. Central Ave. Phone 2-3153. I
Pteiw-e ... Mono Montbly payment 571. Bah Property latnacUn doing splendid business. : b, deep. (3) 2OO des Avenue. Phone 4073. Smyrna Beach Aitpstt.
= Real Estate 29 S. Court dial
.al.,5 <- e .Uf. ,
" and anrwbbery. BEACH-Comfortable 3-bed-I II Price Call O'Harra-Moor. and lights available 2-4481. Buick Co.. H. Dean Ros S3O
I-. 0. COCOA 12.0. Io.to. .te ; one. See at Eola Battery Co.. 61.
_1.1.1 Jm .m ... 67J tolaad.N. Oranee: -4 81.ce.5. j I = furnished home i:,, R..ltr 10 Pino. Phone -, 'Te.. >. down. .Investigate.i I, SALESMAN handle sale to dealI I N. Orange Av*. Thong 5410; after C N. Garland.I Bring your title.

r K. Pin. .I LOT ? 4OO :Bargain for quick I' BUSINESS LISTINGS' i 1 to 5 p .afternoons. A. C. 1 ers In Orlando territory for Florid p m. call 446. '
A. x tJ I and balance lesa i Broker 1121 N. Orlando Ave. Distributor brand new Item.This I
I rid *
i ,. Only OB frms.H .I. 12 !I I Harlow G. Frd : l : SPOT CASH PAID for your used car. FORD-1941 pickup; A-I; 2.3nLI
.5 listing. Pulsl- ** I
I ".-Ran .. p. Bid f.t. belu. I I I Be qu.rr. 18 N. Orange. near Maitiand ). Winter :' territory .01I11U1' weak too I See J. C. McKellar. "Tour Packard
SialS :., ...ao.cl. pher. t.ltor. C. . 1 j Park.i at start to to 8hrs. o..ler.3U M. Orange Ave. Phon I
new. .
In II.
1 $' 12 : =045* BfluhjlO )1 h. OCEAN FRONT 4 bedroom homo, :- BJAt SHOP-ToP. good 1.1 ; a day' ; ear necessary. Sex 183 I 5107. PORD-1932. PaneL Good motor.

: &1' year Dubs- furnished; for rent .or sale. la- cheap bt Act quick. I. S- IIr GET_CASH IN S MINUTES Any tires and body. Idea for painter or R. S. EVANS
CI.7b..1 SALES'CLERK I II carpenters. Colonial .
BOW uaUn ; Motors. 1239 .
f a. Mike .. e/o Seaside Inn. i rn city. I! -Must b* experienced I
-f Realtor. 8613 STATION make
.4 'SIlt S = Cwaatry Club M" IB ell Jo _ _ WANT *r model. Siarilnt-AIexander Colonial Dr 2O3S3QMC
05S S alt*. Claw to '. 1c B.. b | new equlp--1 "u b doing good volume of busi- I: in teneral department store. Sales i Motors 501 N. Orange Ave. Phon
.. Priced raobly. Cash erWraTJa I iUt-PAkA Barsaia ness reasonably priced. Ph.l la Ladie-Redy-To-Wear and related 787. *.-ton pic.!. Fully eqorpped. DAILY DOZEN -

i : =' ... a>M. Mala 7559. :a Real Estate Wanted I, for quick sale. P. A. Realtor f l'A GOOD grocery storeI Items. Inquire LeesboraBargain !I BUSINESS IS OOOD Cars aTS at Nearly new. never loaded. See
Anbn R.
CMNI 8.' Evans.
400 N.
Co.. Leesburt. Fla. Orsnse. Dial
: Store
;: TWO ; 37 W. Washington. 181. I Iol. a buDtrU. Stock and t higher than ever before. Cash 4771. U otitsUnettiu boy aw*** B14p
.nJ1.0" ACRES. homes. businesses and SALESMAN 1 to State of Florida. |
and cover
,. j ta't" 10r r. 'IrDlse Immediately, any make at Martin's I| HOUSE TRAILER-1943 Alma 22 it

tallAR OAT _AIA' 145 Sal terminal W, A. McKeaaey.Rikr ... BItrr. .at. .CourtneyRealty. 2-2471. BUSIKESS since i .p.nl..t all .ns. Pboe I Year roend line of teneralmerchandis Used Cars. 101 N. Msln. 8409_ I, Butane .u. Excellent condition. too N. OMANCC

B. .** and a aw 4..Cbeaey Hiw.y 1. : oD" I 1920. Pone OPPRT 2.0.Rom S 45 W. 2.79. _ _ _ _ I *. Jewelry and salesman appliance and Oll-TBHPOT"CiSB-PAID for sand Must sell. 885O. C. J. Peckham. Lake I DIAL mir
M BM lala.4.O oat .be*** deadbwOMoa 7-t)2 blbw*.. Mid BUSINESS LISTINGS ANE. I I I Central. PnsU St i RELIABLE PEN t .wu. and a Must live wire.be 875 week advance against i I clean used cars. Jim Cumbie Cars. Mary. Fla.I .

pot. Clofbonda.at Uan Orlando ... Baatord.aao Noertal'10.0 to c. 'I .1 and candy i' 904 North Orange Avenue. Phone I HOUSE TRAILER-24-ft.
,. bona-fid Hn" liberal commission. Mr. R. L. Gordon I Anna iaood STIIDEEAXAR.-SOiS Osa_
tail It. b*b.. ft. 4..,. propositions. Pr. 'o. Realtor BUY SHOP -On* of downtown cbn. Will not ltte. .It, available for personal Interviewat 2-4S2L_ I condition. SI BOO. 215 X. OealaI 4 door tedaa A atj faoal ram.
niMbmtta H8W W.w.r.. $2500 craia. aIlS .Broker, Park.D,1 I' '. most modern. Well 'P"UD' Tampa Terrace. Tampa. Pla. I I UmatiUa. Fla. bfUe ear silk rsBes.dII
t" OMM wonwm ajt m. ovan.. "1. Winter 69.cUaPA equipped. 5 Ail equipmentand necessary. Iaut..t required. Write July 17 throutn July 19. 75. Used Cars for Sale KOZT nine
1945 25' 3
Optaer let Rome 3 19 ; rooms
.M .*_ keoiet b supplies Included- Low 5-year B I .
sep "sa Property for pay 1 dO.1 Priced for quick sal. Imme i BUICK-194O Super __r sedan. exceUent condition. Vernon Peaberthy. LASALLI-1940 M Special .
ws-r IS Cwuntry Sal Call Winter Park 917. ;i Ju. Serricea WE RATE ROOM fer'l or I rlcensed Carolina Trailer Camp door eedaa. Radio. b.*api. pa
L!' ,.* 0'i I II _.00 C.D'U & Jennints. St. Bank Lan*- ta Original black finish locally owned. I
, REAR froatag. Rad. ;I CONTACT C. B. Davis Realtor .... 67 N. Or- real estate salesmen our sales Perfect condition. Colonial Motors. I i LUGGAGE TRAILER inclosed: lO-ltl owner. Perfect ia

, POT Lat&-, A :: raves, homes and business. For anse. 7234.CLOSE FIRST NATIONAL BANK has a organisation. Those applying must b* I 1239 E Colonial Dr. 1-0333. I long. 3-ft. high. Good tire; reuoa1 I! spent ,-_. -.d
r. _
wT Alc 1 na willing t* accept the supervision sodappreciate I 1 able: 17 8. Westmoreland.
i.i*. personal service ask for P. Wheel- IN GUEST empl.Trust Department on
1. to settle ** .J. ti i.P. bedrooms auistnc in selling We BUICKS-As well as other makes.
O 0lKd am>... barf broker BOW ", .: er. 104 E. Jefferson. an nicely : t and ... or stair affordingall offer the advantages of a well advertised NIce selection. Orange Buick Co. MODEL A TRUCK=1928 life-ton: PLYVOVTM-1941 kawnal ,

a I I" a I. a. tar. S. crl ArCade 4ZJ7 FARM WANUD'-Notthern buyer and I completely furnished at .. modern Trust .nk. for indlvli prominentlylocated offlc I, H. Dean Ross. S30 N. Orant Av*. II SO. See Devi Arthur Av*. hn Cm* Caane. Ro&e .

-Mesa SCS 5504S MAR. *-front- investors inquirIng dally for er bnyrnc a bQs Frt Oe'i 4u.1 or "..' Ccnfldential Interview between 10 Phone 5410; after 8pm. call 448. I, Apopka highway. cl... dsinow* .
lU I II '
... Lat.l 85OO .. I nesses, homes and farms. Broker;'118 1. : &. SI. I I m. sad 4 p m Monday and I II BUICK 1942 Special 4.'doo7'aZNew NEW MOON. late model with *xtr*. I .
4sa1 n of Bear Realty. 3lf- W Colonial. U"I I INSTALLMENT LOANS cost you less First house north of WILLYS 141 "PtCuOa .
.- J A. Neal. west aide _ 2.DELEY _ _ I Tuesday. Robt. L. Pride. Realtor 668 motor radio gleaming black Nebraska -
.i sIt ._. tl ledS'S like. I aorta a LecUiarUFta. with house. SERVICE D. weiL I .t First National Bank. Comparethese M. Orange 2-4J96. finish. Olin's Used Cars 242 K. Orange Av.. OH east Winter Park rood. door aedaa A d>o, c. U 0
.. .. d.oo *l n-I62 th loan is for
ra l. costs. When I
.a ._ -- I., additional andveloped without Awe Phone_2..14._ NATIONAL 25" custom mad- bestcondItion pen. SpadAl at _- _.
S.tsI. ttim. I 8 100. you let 8 93-Payments 8 8-34 -
J acre Box 192 S-Star. consider partner, For informationPhone Ute new. 2 new tires.
tajsdoora BUICK-1939 Small size sedan. Good
12 50
0 9 ISO. set"
. 01.4 w COOMTRY KSTATBV -SO acre*. L GROVES-HOMES-BUSINCSSES 7144. v_ you 188 Payment* 16.67 WE HAVE ROOM for 1 ci2 licensed condition. See at Kola Battery Co, Sell for cash: com and see. Albert v BUKX-tMT 4 . Seq
8 200. you Set -
poit *..Irt. .. Utaa ao sail** from Orlando. your property with aggressive FILLING STATION oa 441- 1500 t 9 3OO. you get 279-Payments 2500 i real estate salesmen. In lOT sales 815 N. GarlandBUTCK ._ Bretx. Rousa Ave.. ....,.. oft I music nwu. Jaoa sod *
I I.10. k ,*ly lart lak. wub 20OO week I reanlsatlo*. TheM applying must be Cheney ItwyPACKARIS1935 .
frame OB Realtors. Cbenault or Jetuungs. per : rent ; nry.GOd
ei I .alea .; 8 4OO y* set Paymenta 33.34 -1946. Clean. Convertible. I i -- --
-"* ahorelliM. awarter of a 7234. exclusive. See ill willing t accept tb* supervision and
_T 671 If Orange Ave, Phone .ID" ba. i 8 SOO. yea get Payments 41 67i From veteran. Priced right. Phone ambulance suitablefor
a ti* bleSses ..t... two bang* HOME WANTED, la Ie1 1 .lh Henry Bu. Broker, i 81000. you eel 93o-.Payment* appreciate assistance to selling w* 813* delivery or ctatfoa wason: good w LINCOLN W40Rsdio. 0IIIp.

ifii I ttl '1 iMr-tyn reaideace. taras.. and erv- er.J) bedrooms near w1p ph. 2-10. i! Above monthly payment 12 .';. 1!I' ffer the advantase of a well ad-. i I, CWEVROLET-1035_Excellent condition: make ofler. C. P. Bassett. hester odSao1 .
kra.u. located office.i coupe.
a*).o>.r" -7 Box ill GROCERY-MEAT STORE-Wen located I Payment for 15 month ar. amallcr.National vertlsed. prominently : 17 Steel Ave SI Without o dI8IIM aat od tMlued
100 condition. New tires .
I* '*lped witb a Sar. i, Confidential Interviews between 10 food paint.13OO =
l : : doing better than (1X100 I Figures include Ut. msursnre te .r 1 i SPARTAN MANOR can m nartw__
S.SaS-4ec.ML XO-arr cltrms trov LOT'W ANTED. I. Mvll Ave. Will and 4 Wednesday and1 Edtewater Dr. -So easy to tow
.u.r a m. p.m. ,
.. _
The FIrst I
weekly. New and lane stock Ia case I
. 1.. P- .. fad poatare. _a fI I buy from Owner. Pi...a 2-19. of traceries. 'u'.re Roper Realty. Bank at Orlando, itS Door. I; Tbarsdsy. Robt. L. Pryde. Realtor. ''CHEVROLET 1935 4-door sedse.tea 'i 1 Spartan.you'll never Save 8787 know. It's the new
.. e.'Ska4 0. poditmd Lbf WANTID. In vicinity of 8m. c I i 668 N. or... 2-4596. I paint excellent mechanical oa new
a .
II "ui . ..e M 0 Church 2-3 i Prank Reed. 201 N. Orange Blossom I 11 W Crt'5Al.ILDlAL
1.5 .5555 . Rencncr.Rrwae I 1 laser and Hartyns; 1 o out 0 i condition Jim Cumbie Cars. lICK M.Or Tr.q.
t. Wm. O. gas ,
< 00. tlty. 521 Mary St. -sri a.u. Make 829 selling 50 boxes *nge. Phone 2-4521. I MM
S.S.5 0,10. )4.IlS' < .C. .,""I. Realtor.a ,__ N.t Dl. : 62. Loans t'p to S30 AMAriNQi and I 1 SPARTAN .Choice of everyone who I
= 21 for 81 Xmas cards. Also SO CHEVROLET 1946 4-door sedan.Tee .
. .W sbia la, ..z HOME3 WANTED-Wo need S. 3 and "IDe "Un. S.nJl.. 25 for $1 embossed with am on. to choose from very low wants the beet. Save now at Frank 4 BUICKI' c.

55W. bedroOm homes furnished e'D fixture e wnl t1 Howard, 1 i AUTOS FINANCED-Or refinanced Sample on approvaL Merit. 70 WU-I mileage Jim Cumbie Can. 904 N. j I[ Reed's Trailer Sales 201 H. CranesBloe.os vertihlo Oa*> Camna *oebe. BMP
.- ca SIlk { "r a J> 5o .m for immediate Broker: Al .aO. .. : and money loaned for any business lisa St.. Dept. 41. N.w.rk 2. N. J. Orange Phone 2-4521_ top. new ftasab HanrtMM
l Ia wHb "r.bM. Nat
IIW. .. a..lt. 29 W. Wash I or personal purpose to men or women CHEVROLET 1941 2-door sedan. Ford; $1200"

e.. ... C mnek lS.d-d'W .. witSosaleew I''t.J.0 Dia.r' or H SYTRs real bargain., clean : alike. Quick private and cour- 67. Employment Atencfe_ I Two to choose ... Exceptionally lit See after S'30 P m620 E. Marks FORD-1_ Dehtta "ao" 4 djaa
. .. property .. .at ., I Ii stock and equipment. Owner must I teeus service. Acceptance Cerpm'tioa. ** clean. Jim Cumbie Cars. 904 N. Or- .aedaa. Rods, sits sowtoai.

"I paSta.I I I' .. .tmawdiat 2 3 on East :' sell. Priced at lea than Inventory.Courtney I Home offlc at 48O N. Orange BROWN'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY ..... Phone 2..S21.CHJVROUTIHT ._ SPARTAS-Tour horn when and x. Out* Jm
... ..a" .. _i aid D"W. cash I I In Orlando. Phono 7136. Offices at 1 And Nurses' Registry. If you ..a.alI I- where yon want it. Buy now at
Reosa : cabriolet
'SedS maroon :
.1M CtaI r. R..lt7. 2-2&1. .. work to 915 w. Central- roa Prank Reed's H.*
.sk I ICC I I..I._ __ I So._1" _ _ _ _ I II f Same Cocoa.Service.Winter Haven and St. I i .'D'te1Jo.com call 6328. 2000 miles; all accessories. Call Orange Blossom Trailer Tr.II.SPARTANEnalo..nd.Sale. 201 N. NASH-1941 .. .
= ball i TJaWTiir" GROCERY 2-1008. Radio very 1 T
1 PHOPERTY last _
51. I CXHTrrRT
u W SRK-L.te e' I
Ptr. Reaitor.l I I SauCes WANrTD-We hav protI I of east CHEVROLET all metal station Bke aa air1 -
$1.1, 10.1. Ask Asber : -1940
I I ::; 63. Work WantrdFemaleCOMPAZIIONH0VS&KEEPSR
C kaevt I fur 1. 3. and 4-bedraoqi 1 good new block building Auto. Furniture. Diamond loan J j sell or trade. Motor and 1 liner For a lifetime of sentce. w BtHCK-1940 Saver 4 Omar tedan. -

nwJP BmjBJ wwrUf.ii1t3t : 8 O.ua.. ) .; .. sood W. H I clean' The. price of .fra- Economy Finance &_0'.". .. P. I body watoo.A-I condition. County 32-R-12. Save on brand sew .od.1a PesoS Radio ... weep
Ra best. w. sff.tI I Ii I &1. .1 Settled
dJ-4.S2.f FA.WUt. in- ; Realtor. -i.f1 14 X. I fixture and '. I Burger. Manager. 004 Metcalf Build- Leotard Corner and Highway 441- Reed Trailer Sales 201 N. Oransefitoeoia bios .
ol 16 c'a. bu white lady desires positioa - -- -
In*. Phone 2-O339. Trait
.. .. . Main St.110US | IS W.
re* a>.b I' BOW 1.. | I II I McN.ttH.a.7. R.I, 'V no '' .*. P. O. Box 2287. Orlando '- CrTEVROLZT" 1935 Tudor d.. TRAIL& .
= _.. water i W.t 1t CASH LOANS- otckjy made ea f.rI Runs sod. good rubber and pamt. TPrt New American S :: .. -. e.I. WANTED-We I I I Bitar auto and diamond Orlando's CAPABLE BU8DIESS woman-book- Dr. ft Brakes, _tie t** Three worwrobea -- Very sic abttwB oaai
ad.s tModa, asaIaaSM Colonial Motors. 123B K. Colonial *
: ..;.... I Homo nnanc Co. 314 keeper effte mass**statistical tnnersprtac mattress. 4
I.. I Miahl pradorOv. Pnul- I for ntooeim C and :home GROCERY. MEATS. SUNDRIES own 2-03U. I : Sleep out __ ___ .
50 51.a. If hows Allen -, Metcalf Bid". Dial 2-0304. I I finance; desire positioa ef rupwasi-:: 8195S5O _1tIete. New premier. 19
bio to pay eat In ....Pk I I! your fe :I! ral merchandise: HUI. 8200 1 btlity. Box 178 S-Star. I I CHEVROLET 1935 Master ... ft. 8149S Mew MnCaB Cruiser 2T ft.
tWO l'" steep* see aero.-easy term Jofcnsoo .Io. 10 0e, .HI 2 story Ild i rMto.I QUICK CASH LOANS Furniture. I reasonable.Phone UNCOLN. ft tta 4 ,'Seesedan.
Run food new tires doilies
:= Tim. Hom. j .. I note .I. loan*. 3-hour erv-- all $ S2700. Aoeeasorie*
, now a* October It *.tt I 11.SPIWU I P" fo el' I I 1131.C"&DILLAC Epa real fatal
I II III Trailer
SkIM fan etc. Anekney
PRACTICAL NURST. refined ChrU- *
wire, a* pbaa*- Pratt (roves.i sal*. City. Fla.HARDWARE I Ice. Family xeo. 501 Florida Special
wniv.ii i." ..1,, 1,1UI.. $ laeOwaen.. MiaWoa. i fi-"NEDHoe your 0OD. I Bid*. R. W. caU..It.. i i lien 6983.sULSDUCATlD. 1939. Lit on.. Central Sale*. 8. Orange Blossom Trail, oaP.

..-. eoaWw= =. I Pk.oiaPCdal_ 5-5415. arooertr. Hall ....t'r. Ill N.Oeani I tell aTE- a I.t 1.-* a-looi. _ _ _ riurwe Motors Jslfersoa and Oar- S. 11.02.onEiilEB. zoo prmcR CAM
: Sllle I dist FOR :r I bosi- land. dial 1.lt24.CHEvBOLn ._ rood boat or r,.gairetmrrnev.
I tompeuot
awaj a "t> dnAs I PARMA. OROVE4.peooorty 61! Bunt. CouTroie downtown location. I BuILDINO-Del tile 1111I I b.
: .. Seed for Mat clasoI wTui s- --Clients wait- i 5 leafe RraneaaMt rent. *<5M ea A her to complete your house.I I erie woman wishes positioa. Sec- I 1939 2-door. Very Fold axle 9r at Shorvwt TO J .

I ot peogwrt yow b. ia. 1 I In.. P. Slayton. SiPtno Te_ eertit.. Crtt Hmmptoa. I Florida Credit. 21 w. r._. 1st Stanv i retanaU stenosraany, typ... Box nice. Central Florida Motor Jf.fcrsoct Service Station out of WiRIer Oar-
: il'a .t' RaW 3 I .- I 1 I
: I Garland dial 2-2424. den.
i w C. Weep Ocaia F .. *OB* M1. : Broker. S31 M. Or'ns*. S1 lasy east of Grand Theatre. 1193 S-8tr.

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ASPHALT, RUBBER 8 CORK TILE 3UNOUUM Orange Survey I I l"" _1."

AND BROADFEIT FLOOR COVERING fWH.LK Discussion eConference I Count/. PHONE Z-334S: Glass For All PIlr/HlH6 "..- ;

i. Pat Dunning ILIBMM* 1
& WRIGHT TILE CO +I Court Records D III.
Phone t .... SM N. Or*nice Ave. FRENCH MIRROR PLATE GLASS, ..... IWH'WXCM
At It
ItM N. HHs St. Orlando 5248 Marriage A..licati.e.James PrescriptionsOnly ..
Arthur Lavender Jr.. 22. track j e :iI l Distributor Serving Florid MAn It+** <* ;
A 50-page booklet compiledhere drlTer route 4. and ViTian L Wneaton. Immediate 1:111 BLOCK* .y
Tet Sill ,
; 75 W. Pine St.
and expected to make historyin 21. typist. Winter Park. I Free Delivery ill
welfare work will be taken Oscar Charles Perrlttc. 21. State Road .
CLOSE OUTOF Saturday to Blue Ridge. N. C.. Dept. Winter Park and Betty Louise --- .
Berry DanleL 19. waitress. Winter Park i
where it will be one of three detailed Graydon Warren Johnson Jr. 31. Army.
studies to be discussed at Br.d DtoD. and Mary Helen Weeks 33.
reelstered our,.. OreenTtlle. Mich.:
ALLSUMMER a national conference of welfare .y Henry Bodies Mick)*. 36. warehouse
workers. manager tola Inn. and Doris Lorraine
I Miss Frances M. Jones execu- Howard, 21. typist. 523 E.: Church.
Alvin Carry Bass. 25. utilities and
HATS tive secretary of the Community Susie Clark telephone operator. Box 2683. Nip
Welfare Planning Council will Donned Warner Smith. 20. bookkeeper ENNEY'SMEN
and Patricia Ruth Beaty 18. 58 L Con
VALUES CP TO $16.00r
present the survey of Orange cord. I
County health conditions to the Suit in ChanceryR.

r conference Sunday. B Griffin 8.. Demetrio DIGMbsro

F $2-$3-$5 Including data from every t quiet title.Suit* in Common Law J

# health organization and Insti- Mercede. M. Dixoa ,.. C. L. Ecclestoa:
tution in Orange County It was damages 8SOOO.County Ju 91 Court ( : :i !t" O'RD Go'd cn.i': 1.1.JY'c
assembled by Franklin Albert- I I James A. Carutnera. petition for letters .q."r..,, r < _:
I Thetw' values available to August 1st when will close
we son. J of tnardiansblp. estate of Lucie E.: PartI -

for one month . reopen September let.i In addition to Miss James oth- I'I Walter,. .W. Rose et .Smith.?. 18th annual report f TRY AND BEAT THESE FOR VALUE!

ers attending the Blue Ridge con- <<- Walter \Ier'W-bb: : : et at. petition for ,
ference are: Mrs. Olivia J. Todd. -- order administration unnecessary, estate I{I

GLORIA HAT SHOP supervising"nurse County Health .- ....L... of Eliae Margaret A. Stewart Matilda to William Webb. F. Chittum

Department: Miss Georgia F. MRS. OTTO R El I CHARD| et nx sm. ,
2 WASHINGTON ST. ARCADE Hammond home service director. 1 Florence Joy Canine et Tlr to Ann Porn- I j
[above] 69'a ban wd 810.
great grand-
Orange County Chapter. American j Ann Poruban to Elsie A. Stewart mtc i
Red Cross; Mrs. Anna Maynard mother, has enrolled for Sum- S250O. 'I i
Ann Pornbsn to Florence Joy Canine et
It I
mer classes pt Rockford [III.] sir mtc 8702 50. ,
She Harriet Godwea et *I to Raflus L. Scottcd .
College. taught school on $l0. .
WATCH FOR us emergency basis during three T. A. Williamson et u to Thomas.
Get it there on time- Pittmsn et ux .d 810. I
wars and now seeks to meet Thomas C. Pittman et ux to T. A. Williamson
et $ .
ux sots
r Use "The Jack Rabbit Line" requirements to keep her T. J.M Griffith Sodero at 'lr to HaroldIHebbad tI |
et ux mtc $5000.
teaching' .certificate. Co-ed First Fed. SST. and Loan Assn. to WoodyL. .
Reichard has I Williams am.
eight children 17
Florida E. Howard et al to Scrolls wd
grandchildren, anb a great 810. i!
Bessie W. Woodward et al to Earl R. ,
grandchild. O'Brien et UI wd 810.
J. M. Pierce et ux to First Mat. Bank ox.,
Service W. Garden mt,. 121>0.
to -
Daily W. A. Heard et al to Nettle Woodham et i4q'
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Lovell. director. County Welfare al fsd 810.
Department and Miss Madge L. T. Hunt et ux to Willie ROM et ax I
.d 810.L
Bartlett executive secretary. Or- T. Hunt et ux to James Ford wd 810.
41 CENTRAL FLORIDA TOWNS Health ange County Assn. Tuberculosis and I I j wd J.810.H. lox et ux to C. Jt. Trapp et uxI

j C. F. Trapp et vx to First NatBank,
W. Garden mix 131$. s
# C. W. Lauchlnchouse et nx to Conn.
4I Mutual Life Ins cj. mtc 12,006.
H. H. Hancock ct ux to City. of Orl
t .. I "UNBLOCK"9D1GESTIVE easement SI.
MINIMUM RATE-35c Per PackageALL Paul O. Walker et ux to Mary Agnes
Mar M. 'ledger et sir to J. E. Strip-
PACKAGES INSURED lies Jr. et nx wd 810. ,.,
Charles D. Locc et nx to James D. Locket v -
TRACTAnd nx wd 810. a
DRIVERS BONDED D. Vsrner et ux to D. J. Harrey et al
Stop Dosing Your Stomach mtc $3.00.Roden .
t t S. Brown et ux to MargaretRoebsker
AQdoM(4 With Soda and Alkalizer meg 835OO. ; :
Lena Hall to City of Orl risht-of-wsy
Don't expect to ct real relief from headache, .
etofc. "d bad breath by deed $1.City o
oar gs.
: soda and other alkaloera if the true cause Jtrouble of Winter Park can Hen.
City of Winter Park to Lawrence W
your this m eonstipatwBWIn real trouble nc..h utomach Van Ore et ux Qed 81. Why pay more? Penney's -
H ease yom
Lawrence W. Van Ore et nx to John G.
aIL But in the mtr-tisal tract
at Slauson et BX wd 810. -: has stacks of
food is dlc-t--d.Aid:whe
where 80%of your
Cora F. Wellman et al to Harold J
tb.lower pet (eta blocked IPcay fail t Wellman wd 810. Slacks! In dark aM
nd= tar / ,diimt property. James T. Cooper et ux to Citizens national ". $ .90
: What you want for reel h sonwthine Bank mtc 87100. i light blue. tan. frowst.grey 6
elmlU / 'unblock" your tower!ntc7tiral trart. B. 1:. Hibbard et ux to Rollins College t and S4s
/ Something to clean it out "* li ely-help ref rev greens.
;E ::P.u :s"S Nature nt back oe her r'b:*. John F. Doan Jr. et ux to First Fed. 28 to (Z. Take yMr
Get darter-i Pills BOW. Take u dlrected. ; SST. and Loan Assn. out. 87723. ,'
.They gently and etfectiTely"sebioek"digeativ Kathryn B. Fickard et vim to John F. pick! .
'THE lACK .RABBITmONC tlHE". your trart. This permits all S .' et ux wd 810. 'i ,
..tE\\\\w\ Nature's own di stiT Juices to mjx better DoMande N. Blume to Kathrwa B. Bmnstrom -
{MI OtLANDO. rLOl10A with your 'ood..Y 4MI pt site relief" fro 1m.nflt .
lndigekib..o you eu fed reofl.food SJSJB Fed. SIT. and Loan Assn. to Kath-
Buy Carter-s Pttta today. "I btock-yeq- rrn B. Bmnstrom sm. :
221 W. Church Stv intestinal traet for rent relief from tadiceetioa Loren T. fcubsnks.et ux to C. S. Conneret .
al wd 810- I'3
C. B. Conner et al to Loren T. Eubanks TROPICAL-WEAVE
.. a t et al mtc S29OO.: P ,
Adair Heisbts Inc. to Orlando DCT Co.
part ret mtc. 81265 54.

Fed Kenneth S.,. and Claude Loan Morris Assn. mtc et 87240.ux to First r vi RAYON SLACKS

FOR THE GREATEST SAVINGS IN FURNITURE Claude Arthur Morris L. Richie et ux et wd S1O.ux to Kenneth

Mary et O.nx Eunice wd 810.Conn. et.al to Gordon J. Barnett -

Gen. Life Ins. Co. to H. G. Ray Rich. right weigh
bon et ux sm. f
John W. Moran et nx to Grace R Rayons that always

Kirk Grace et Tir R Kirk mtc S3OO.et Tir to John W. Mor- lock neat and dr....,.. .90
ATTEND can et ax wd 810. 6 solid shades to select 7
Gordon J. Bsrnett et nx to Mary O.
Eunice et al wd 810. from. Waist 28 to 42.
Barney Campbell et ux to R- C. Wood-
berry lilt, 81150.O. .
AUCTION G. Hecen et ux t. Charles W, Jones ':
sots 8600. '
Charles W. Jones et ux to O. O. Rosen ,
et nx wd '10. r
THORPE'SSELECT Charles W. Jones et ux to O. G. RueD I
et ux wd 110.I .
I First Fed SIT. and Loan Asm. to Felix
Bella et ux am.Fells .
Bella at ux to First Fed. Sa*. and
Loin Assa. mtc. 8 500. t-
Clara LeFebTrc- & M. Sicler wd f 10. J
H. Madsen et u to IraTeiers Ins. Co..

mtc W.820,000.L. Coltrane et ux to Mrs. Myrle M. _
THE PIECES YOU WANT Darnell wd $10.Charles "'
a. atarder ct ux to R. H. Nie- -
man et ux wd 10.
John P. Hand et ux to Harry A. N. Weh. .i k.
i merer. Jr. et ux IIcd 815.I .
AND NAME ., I I Harry A. Welmeyer Jr. et ux to Frank
YOUR PRICEONLY ; Glarratano wd 110.I .
| First Fed. S.,. and Loan Assn. to Edward .
L. Newell et ux am.
Edward L. Newell et ux to First Fed. *
I S.,. and Loan Assn. mea 89OO.
I Darrell O. Hibbard et ux to Paul G. 7
i Walker et ux wd 810.I I .
I I HOLC to W. H. Baumcardner et ux am.
1 Rena Van Dam, to Lydia L. Brown wd
I! 810.
MORE \ wd Charles 810.i Zadany et ux to Mildred N. Kay NOW! IN THE HEART OF THE SEASON. .
O. O. Kummer
i I to Osborn C. Wilson et
it I I al claim ot lleD.I .
I,. erick Theodore M. Vass J. et W.ux Westell wd SIO.et ux o Fred PRICES SLASHED ON MEN'S BETTER STRAWS \

derwood Robert mtc.J. Waldeck 8525O. et ux to C. R. Un Sore DOLLARS on your new Genuine p....... sturdy

I C. R. Unaerwood to Robert J. Waldecket straw hat
ux wd 810. Penney's big palm braids -.t 98eeis essd

Gill Kelso ct ux Leon wd Mock 810. et ux to George M. Straw Clearaway is going en Italian Iwgioras, >J.- II sd

Clarence L. Catherman. to Kelso Leon right NOWI When Penney's et brown coeowMit ....... aq.
Mock et ux am.I
u. DAY I says "Clearaway. we mean it going NOW et way.>...! their

.. ; by slashing prices right original price! NOW It tin I

:.,..- :. ': ::4-. I ' Dial 23748I down to the bone. time to qt yoArs' II I
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k ''I' SAVE BUY with CONFIDENCE USE $19 e C ,




We've pitted it full of "value-in quality of L

25% to 75% DREDS OF SATISFIED CUSTOMERS, WHO HAVE PAYMENT fabric, generous cut, careful tailoring A shirt t -._'

that outshines anything we've teen-and,
PLAN market! Here's what you get: SAN- .a

IS UNBELIEVABLE! FORIZEDf FABRICS . retain their original +

size no matter how many washings I HUGE '

FREE ASSORTMENTS of fast color patterns-ALL in
*21 ,
PARKINGCorner s' i11 twills or poplins . ALL good and sturdy for _h +

i WESTCHWCHST.. \ . \ oaar: long wear! As for My/e-convertible collar, inorouter ; 1

tails, two buttoned pockets! Here* -
and Pine i5I\ \ \ I SUBSTANTIAL
savings-for YOU!

221 W. Church St. J tS6riaiuge trill not exceed J%,

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