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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 29, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
daily
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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Program Hopes'Soar' Faces New 'Showdown :


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Proviso Held China and Russia Hurl'Invasion' Reports Success II


BATAVIA, Java [AP] The''
Charges In Press Demands 1
..,.. Netherlands Army said yesterday -

As Boon to Plan Dutch Military
.. IncidentLAKE
Outer Mongolia
I columns driving 100 miles ina
Attlee
II week, had captured important ResignLeaders
Pepper Tydings SUCCESS [AP] China turned down Outer Mon-I ,
coal and oil areas In 1

... ... Lauded by Walker ,golia's bid for UN membership yesterday with an un- southern Sumatra 'Summoned

precedented blast which drew a Russian retort that certain J!j Other Dutch troops knifed j

Up* o e ", ,v v ,. i y.1et1, !] Far East parties might like to force a UN investigation through western Java in an effort; In Economic Storm
...... \ LAKBLAND) The ... :
pos- to isolate another big section of
similar to the Greek case.
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. hf f it LONDON [AP] PobticiMM
MHV ifichiding citrus certain Indonesian territory. as an-
I Calmly announcing a
'No Pressure 1[ nounced. and voters weighed ...
yxdmi* In foreign# relief Chinese veto on the Outer Mongolian -

fe 4ito g programs was great-: application. Dr. Shuhsi Hsu '1 1 The Indonesian Army also reported -I night the chances of Bntata* I

If p iiAanud. by one of the From Elliott charged in a warm meeting of the successes saying--RepubliU. -- Labor Government w..tWo- 1

.fa.l a*** of Oongreas mhlch give UN Security Council membership S. Safety Assured uilW14 iM' qnRg4d1 / I II ing the nation'seconomic ........ :

HJiJ....t In Government buying Probers ToldWASHINGTON committee that the Outer Mongolian WASHINGTON IAPJ The : I storm after H* ....
Republic had carried out a United States received assurance c ;
t IpjMta .. ..
to abundant supply. Mar- In advance of the fightingin Labor London Dally Msrroi .
"full-dress invasion with /
.n H. Wattec. aecretary-inanager [AP] A para- Indonesia that the Republican ;9our on Prime Minister Attiec ".
j phernalia of modem warfare including -
.! forces would "take
nmXa Citrus Producers wartime aviation adviser to every sign.
.... Aaa aaid yesterday' upon aircraft. j I| care" to protect American nationals Attire summoned haa 19 ....
the Government yesterday In the harshest words China has and property. State Department -
fern r.t.m from Washington. ing ministers indudftac 1
officials said today.
A mM-mlnut. amendment to avoided a "yes" or "no" yet pronounced against a UN Secretary Bevin and llsrbm __

ttw Ml appropriating funds for answer as to whether Elliott I neighbor.invasion"Dr.of the Hsu Chinese said the Provinceof "armed can troops had captured a Dutch / rison, government leader s* <..... "!

USe fe. .artooi foreign relief pro- Roosevelt exerted any pressure in Sinkiang by the applicant 1,force of 763 men with all its //, / P'1TTciicgj s/dc/c mona to a conference at M*. II

<.asjM provided that "in making t the award of $40 million of air- j State "has not ended even today." weapons at Soekaboemi near WA' 2t/D 7 % ',qL5 XLL iQ 4'(5CCL Downing Street to dttcntf *.

...... iir.. for' fomUtuffa from : I I Alexei N. Krasilmkov. Russian Bandoeng. 4'4' 6 ,.k'5 nomic policies. The sae aaapM*
Hughes Claims Big Loss 'participant in the heated exchanges said had m V rs) .
They they pene- is expected to be disciaa.dhe .
I I CULVER CITY. Cal.! [CUPI] in the committee last '
Howard finches yesterday said : week over Albania said that a I| trated the southern outskirts of I II meets with Labor maiafcwa o< >

I he lost money on planes he ', regiment of Chinese soldiers penetrated I Bandoeng In western Java and Parliament in a caucus. TM M**.
laww. built for the Government, and I about 12 miles into Outer there "engaged the Dutch forcesIn I ijwiiLW MHZ ror said the invitation e t eMM :
and / / / /- that there eould be no questionof Mongolian territory was street fighting." Zfl t M I 1 AttIca to attend the caeU
I Government money being thrust out by the Outer Mongo- I
used for his lavish parties. "I lian soldiers who never crossed (In New Delhi Pandit Jawahar- "more in the nature of a .*.. j

have lost $14 million on airplanes the Chinese border. adding: lal Nehru vice-president of the mons." (,,

j I since I started building "It is possible there are par- Indian Interim Government announced In its editorial the SWat of IM .'

them." he said. ties In China who would like to that India would bring kind from any strongly peaS... rr
create circumstances. to make it
craft contracts to Howard Hughes, neccessary for an Investigation the Indonesian hostilities to the ernment newspaper the tI <
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T,.*.i. Pepper. and Henry J. Kaiser but he said commission. attention of the United Nations called for the naming let a new

1.... appropriated' in thit act for the White House did not. .'I "xxx The Soviet delegation i today in an effort to halt. the Labor Prime Minister. aM aa_ ; 2

..... afcroad. It to the aen e of Grover Inning former special believes the committee will not ; fighting as soon as possible "There U n. constant, r#..

....... that preference be rivenIfttttt consultant to the War Production 'i consider seriously" these distorted The Dutch. in two communiques :2 (_ tral control of government. Mr..
". Board told the Senate War Con- accusations said their troops in Sumatra 4 .
,.rt ai.. within the United I f .. Attlee leaves It t.I.n. HM
Meanwhile.The Nethetlands delivered had captured. virtually Intact the
$_. of product. mhich can bemued tracts Investigating Committeethat a sharp rebuke to Indian rich oil field town of Batoeradja Cabinet system hM f.. ft*

.. wish benefit to the n-- he "never encountered any Delegate R. K. Nehru yesterdayfor 80 miles southwest of their Jump- should Mr. Attlee.*

... .==,. and that auchinriudt pressure from the White House." I injecting the Indonesian QUes- ing off place at Palembang. and The Prime Ministers .......*
t....... ....lM articles Ben. Pepper ID-Fla], said that. tion Into a debate in the UN Eco also the Boekit Assam coal mines. I declined comment on UM
...... ... we IN Mrptu. where ps1b1'iari. be had'noted newspaper references nomic and-"Social Council.. 20 miles farther on. -- -- '----'- Flying Policeman These questions osssr4 .s

fern "' .*&. to possible. Influence on the part of'' Infant Crushed.. $$265 Million AAA attention of pobtkal: cUcfcft.$

Elliott: ,son of the laU GuiderRescuers' ,I I 1-Will AtUees guve t
""H gat* rretflt for th. Nitrate Ship Blast Kills 23'InJurea. driven by tconomk, "
..>..<_Hi I. RrnaUr Pepper" Loening T pliedr To 'GladesParty take Conservative aatf

(Hu na.| .... a. a Member. .CIk "P1eui refer to mi PreSident.I' At Curb by Car I 47 Program Set into partnership a* Aid *i '
said I never PORT LAUDERDALE [API) A
**.*(. Agrtrattiral CamI PARIS [UP] The Norwegian Liberty Ship Ocean | previous Labor governme ae4et
IN the local flying policeman. Det. Sgt.i
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pressure Ramsay to
...... | 4lftr4. Wfor the MB- Liberty, laden with ammonium nitrate blew in Brest
I ** period." up : [ISpeciol to Orla.ldoornj\ g Sentinel] I James Thomas located seven persons i i WASHINGTON [AP] The 2-Or will AtUee CiMlK accepting
5 t* Apt rp1att.. M CMltteU4 .. Harbor yesterday and, according to unofficial reports late' lost in the Everglades yester- :, its heavy' majority fca (P.
SANFORD A
Earlier Loening had said: last 23 killed and 100 tiny baby day. and guided an airboat to Agriculture D e par t m ent I I ..
w4ar !I. behalf of a pro- II I night, up'to persons were seriously.Professor' I House of Commons as a OM yiar
....
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I "I never found any fraud of .u girl playing at the curb their rescue. '' ...
.*.>.. for Ik* parrhA** *f f sods >r gave its far-flung AAA Field mandate from the peoytt
I bribery-Just in: my opinion poor Although the official French i the front wheel of I The party of seven was aboard ; tinue to shoulder the hur<>. .f
-,., to ......., ssppI'. an4 t. Sen. dreds of townspeople fled to the against an i Service the word yesterday I I .
Judgment, over-optimism and in Press Agency put the number of of an airboat out of Delray Beach.Its post-war recovery by urtf .Hits
countryside fearing spread
a :
tp.s. l ID..M4. who adf. automobile was crushed to 1 to ''resume In term of office exptrea WHt
-e Kaiser's case a surprising preoccupation dead at eight in one,hospital, reports fires and new explosions. They I members became marooned operations"
.. .(',.t...... On fag S; CL 41, In publicity effects" I i from Morlaix where a tabu- moved on bicycles. In carts and death early Monday when when their boat-like craft, drivenby signing up farmers to carry out Some Conservative MM...*..
lation of casualties was made said an air propeller and capableof licly they expected 1M1 re.
.... afoot because all motor cars \o I
t the driver unable see the tot its $265 million soil conservation
peat Itself and the 5.5.1144
replied. and
Loening 23 were known dead. Up to 900. were requisitioned to move navigation over sawgrass
according to reports from Morlaix. casualties. pulled away from the curb. mud as well as through "water ran program for 1947. was recognized .In a wtkWi
All Sugar Now In. Sen.another Brewster development IR-MeJ.yestcrjday. ) said, suffered slight injuries. What might have been another.' Homer Stoffer. 406 West 16th out of fuel.Mosquitoes. Under the Agricultural Adjust- speech by Beets who "H"natlon's ft*

.** he accepted free air transportationfrom The gas works nearby was set Texas City Texas disaster was St. owner of the Helpy-Selfy inflicted the only Injuries ment Agency program. farmers receive worker not to M .tfcfr
Of{ Ration List Hughes only because Hughes afire and flimsy wooden water- avoided by the prompt action of Laundry where the accident occurred they suffered. Those ma- cash and materials principally happen.For .
Hii had asked him to hurry back to) front buildings built on ruins of Adm. Rene Robert maritime prefect felt the car wheel go over rooned were Mr. and Mrs. C. B. lime and fertilizers for car- the past two' ets. pIetI.
WAHMlrKirOM I UP* Rationing Washington from Kansas City fora structures levelled by Allied bombs directing the French Marine the child just as he heard the. Maxon. their son C. B Jr.. about rying out approved soil and water columnists have discineed 1M ..
during the war. burst into flames. Corps Security: Service it was scream of a companion warninghim conservation practices. sibUity a CoaliUon O*
p *a, tor tndu>;Ulal use endedyvMlrday conference. This was in replyto 8. and an elder son. Paul. and his
Conservatives have M
Dispatches reported that hun- reported. to stop. With its of than''
letter from Hughes in wife, along with two guests from setup more
an open ,
S but the AgriDrpt
BOOM
this subject
The baby. Alice Ray Palmer. I 100,000 farmer committeemen the icy on VMM a
a clamped on inrenimu which Hughes asserted Brewster Miami whose names were listed ..
21-month-old daughter of Mr. coalition. others want Be .
.U to prevent a "mad bummed off of would mel free have trips cost Aid Sought Murder Charges Filed I and Mrs. L. R. Palmer Cameron only as Gerry and Irene. early project days was of the inaugurated New Deal.in It was the i the present governmeafa "-'"S.
"for Uw commodity which normally
Congma for "failing $1.400.Negro's. In Search for Heiress Against British Bride but City died was a taken few minutes to the hospital later. British To Hang Three House halted voted two months to appropriate ago when only the The Weather

,sIsaI.. Ute necessary Gun Purchase- HOLDERNESS. N. H. (tAP Investigators CRESTVIEW [API Formal murder The child's father told Police- Despite Jewish Threats $165 million for it this year and to i
di Ml hnanr Ita operations I searching for Anne charges were filed yesterday man W. H. Raulerson. who investigated end it altogether next year. ORLAVDO AND VfftMWl:: '
t.. DnHmrat scrapped tndus- Straw yesterday sought the aid of j I against Margaret Irene Poland. 21. the accident that he considered JERUSALEM (API In the face Mostly cloudy today. t-..pw.
1i6'! f.....ia. at noon! I IEDTI.I but ; Reported in Slaying a young professor who was facul- English war bride in connection''' It an unavoidable accident of a Jewish underground threat to' The AA.had worked out a Scattered thanderthower. ..
a** that prv rontrols scheduled (Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel] ty adviser to the attractive 20- with the fatal shooting last weekof and did not want the driver exact "blood for blood." the Brit- S300 million program and Free.Truman i 1 ing afternoon, early Mining
I. ,fvptrt Ori >l. win remain In I DAYTONA BEACH-Authorities '! year-old heiress at Smith Collegein her soldier husband S-Sgt. held. ish "announced. last night that had recommended that *
investigating the death of Mrs. the hope she may have confided Graydon Poland, at Fort Walton. three condemned members, of Ir- amount in his budget report to
trtIWtt, 0tstk P Andenon ,'ho5bed Leona Sparkman. whose body was I Intentions she kept from her She is being held in Okaloosa !t Reds gun Zval Leumi will die on the Congress. Cracker Jim Sez:
iMUMhold sugar ran found in a roadside ditch last family. The professor. Richard (:County jail here under $3,000 bond Clergyman Charges ,:i i gallows at Acre Prison today. A Congress finally voted $265 See.where ole IntftM
.i ft month: a... bad asked week announced yesterday that a'' B. Ballou. sailed for France the for Grand Jury action Aug. 26. Kidnap German Youths Jewish source said two kidnaped million for'this year. Althoughthis com outen then =w
"'.kss for "11.000 to admlnlsf man whose identity they did not I day after the daughter of the Sheriff H. L Enzor said he filed British sergeants would be "exe is lower than the sum asked.
a
again an a
,.*'f..trJMtr*.> rauoning and price reveal had told them he sold a .32 Manchester banker disappeared. the charges against Mrs. Polandon WASHINGTON [tUPl The Russians cuted with the final disposition of the soil program is being resumedon : folks swamps there aim
U1L"" 'Th House approved the caliber revolver the type which : the recommendation of State are kidnaping thousands of the case of our three soldiers." the same basis as originally 'i'
I till .,1.... but the Senate i killed her. to Aaron Quince. Negro Chinese Civilian Police Atty. Edwin Holsberry. Pensacola. German youths. apparently to planned. Officials say most of the !. hurricanes goin to be this no
I
train them in the principles of officers will able
county AAA be to
eNPIa. .c ItMI tmidsP4eo's to> 210000. who is being held in an un- ;I Burmese Plot
Coup
didn
Strike Wreck Theater Communism. Msgr.!' James H. keep present staffs. Under the appropriation year. He
-- known JaiLBodies Murder of Lad 9 Solved '
I I Griffith. Catholic Military Ordin- Frustrated bill first passed by the 1'say whether became
Attack Attempt' SHANGHAI (UP] Some 12000 With Arrest of Vet ariate Chancellor of New York. Reported House. they faced sharp curtailment out by foot
ofTwoChildrenClaimed I I civilian: policemen went on strike Navy said yesterday. Griffiths with 12 RANGOON (tAPJ Authoritative or paddled in a
Gets Him 25 Year Term yesterday "In mourning" for nine'' PITTSBURGH TAP A near other clergymen. has Just returned I I sources said yesterday a plot to II boat. but ni beta

*CW YORK'AP* Oorge Smith. From Reservoir of their number and two civilians I I year-long search for the slayer i I i from a 35-day tour of Europe. overthrow the Burmese Govern- Pensacola Bank Head plug of eatin
fMrft. M charted with entering ROSCOE. Calif. CAP] The bod- killed Sunday night In a clash ,, of Raymond Howe. 9. ended yes- I I ment has been frustrated with the ,, tobacco he donealotofawimmin
tfj* fe nw ft a Brooklyn clergyman i Il"a of Patricia Thomas. six. and with military police at the Golden terday. Police Supt. Harvey Scott 12-State Search StartedFor ,I prompt dispatch northward of an Dies of Heart Attack -
aM Hrmpttna to attack the minMett her brother. Raymond Thomas Cattle! Theater. One, hundred reported with a confession from armed police striking force from I men he didnt us* a...... .1
.". vtr day was aen- nine were recovered yesterday policemen wrecked the theater Raymond Herron. 21. Navy veteran :: Missing Model 21 'I Rangoon. PENSACOLA (TAP William Ma- j'claims,: that big rams das t .....
...... to prtMMt for from 25 to 50 from Hansen Dam reservoir by yesterday. that he had beaten and I I IUPJ I'I lone. 40, president of the First for no big winds an ais ..
.*.'". Smith pleaded guilty last diving life guards as the distraught ]I kicked the boy when he resisted launched BALTIMORE 12-State search Police last Rooney, Wife Reconciled Bank and Trust Co.. died here saw-grass aint aatall -.
...* U rtMrvMi of burglary at- parents. Mr. and Mrs. 4,500 Jews Due in France his advances last Aug. 24. I i night for Marian a Lynn Sorrenson. 1 HOLLYWOOD [LUPI) Mickey yesterday of a heart attack while He says trier's ea. .. be S
attack and .....ul&. en route to a hospital. ..
John M. Thomas. Los Angeles. MARSEILLES CAP1 Three British -1 21. beautiful. red-haired New Rooney. freckled-faced half-pint. i i spell of rain yet before Ml .
; looked on. The children had been ships carrying 4,500 Jewish Hot, Even for Paris! i iI I York model who has been missing and statuesque Betty Jane Ra e. to gitten dry.
I'ankCashicr' Admits missing since the family went for refugees back from Palestine were I PARIS IAP1 The weather bureau since Saturday. Nathan Wins- I I the wife he said almost broke him r One-World Plan Bogged? I -tr
an outing yesterday afternoon. I: expected to arrive In Southern said the temperature low. 21. her disheartened fiance with her alimony demands got TOO V. vials
was
Gen. .
| BILLINGS )[on& [AP]
Embezzlement I n BMC* -d *'-
$107,528 France today but Jewish sources II 1056 degrees' Fahrenheit in Parts i I attributed her disappearance to together yesterday for another Eisenhower said yesterday "it It S.OT Ca. .:. bee f::;_

OfCtAHOUA CITY (UP I Al- 1947_JUly 1947 I I predicted they would refuse to early last night breaking an heat I I I',I I his mother's opposition to their l'fling at Juggling<< their marriageand looks more and more as hough : ':;.ca ...** TMM9 H..k. I I' o. ..
I! IS lror rash SO. cashier of disembark. records. forthcoming marriage. his checkbook. the S. will to SSO .. Lov III' _
t ___ I U. have accept a ; : s
:11H44 .I.fwwesy. OkU. First Na- S- a(., "'.. VW 7ft. ,IH tit I I two-world concept when we have I s.o..ta. ..... T...i ... I. _
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:J yester- 293031 120-MINUTE''_ been working for a one-world. sun.ps._ It_ see ... 5.
W and admitted embezzling SERVICE-2,000 CONDOLENCE MESSAGES plan." LOCAL YINPICt555,
.Thu TT la bank fund to. "meet I ItHOd hr V.5. WpsIl 550$ at
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e $55. SM. ,u. 16 funeral service read in her the Rev. Truman Bowman. 15 minutes. 129th Field Artillery which the ; from Orlando . _____u .1 I .... ..-....
% $ Ws, W"II ._ 1.3*. 10 111213 14 15 plain old-fashioned parlor. closed The President was sombre-faced Then the President'. car President commanded in World i stores specify quick safe loam.11 ._. ___. :: setuaso.a 55 I I i a: -::::::

a 4. -:.a 11_, ,... .s* ; 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 the book of life yesterday for Mrs. as his White House limousine emerged from the gates drove War 1. It expressed "deepest aympathy" t delivery by Sentinel-Star _...-.-_-__ It I .-...
I I S IS S a. Martha Ellen Truman 94. mother i passed through the barrier guarded through the tree-shaded entrance and 4 added that flowers Express, the Jade Rabbit '
a.. 3.22, 441.1 of the President.The ,I by Jackson County sheriffs toward Independence. had been sent to "the Most For- I Line that leaves daily on WASHINGTON TtMPCRATW.5?, 'IIi.. cw.ifiu.
C RI,* silver gray casket was carried deputies to insure privacy. Mrs. He had paid his last earthly'respect gotten Ward" in a Kansas City schedule for 41 Central port ., ....pna'tit.
.. .:. = I down a steep flight of steps Bess Truman smiled and waved to to the woman whose boast Hospital in accordance with Mrs.I Florida towns. . Merchants I' rndint S p-...... &.-'
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a u ........ Di.b..s.w-D5ZI&'tr'qii.a : THEE.Z.ALPHABETICAL. by four grandsons and two neph- waiting cameramen who had been was "Harry never forgets his Truman's request that floral offerings telephone 6291 for I bheY1l1e u.. '-*
WAY ews when the 20-minute service asked to take no pictures. Margaret -. mother.1 go to the living. 'I Agent to call for mer : AtlMt *3 12AUcDtCttt III .-..5Rtrtnghs -
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...... .0.- ended. their daughter. was solemn. His day had begun in the Summer The Mexican Ambassador Dr. chandise. I \ t. es _....
ja.** Y mi 04 De' The Classified Want-Ads I of other White House where 2000 Espinosa de Los Monteros. called Boston HICti -
wvu: ... Q..ta.IIn are The short cortege. only 16 cars. Soon after a score : = =
!. .... .. '*1*. O.I. listed alphabetically for your moved slowly away from Mrs. Truman relatives arrived in family messages of condolence from allover to bring the' personal condolenceof CHUM.iaooo(. IIClntlan M .....
..;15ra.. n4h .....- ease In finding or selling your Truman's green-roofed cottage I cars. I the world poured in. One wasa Pres.Aleman. II l.ttat *' MDtllM :
,' .e* M.k* MM* Mwte. "- 'I articles. This is another reason where she died Saturday to her Strict privacy was maintained.Only a cablegram from Buckingham The President was "bearing up ) 100Dearer 'Ye
.i.ae-, v. BBrtn OMw tlM.. why results are in the funeral Palace expressing 'the deep sympathy" I well" under great strain Charles M to
f.O.lea u.tJ" ...... .. sure. final resting plate In Forest Hill I those cars I ( Detroit MDnluth U I ft.
rlfcvAif VI of England G. Ross. secretary, said. add- 9J.. .
: M***" Ov* M tk. h.. ", Cemetery. Kansas City. cortege were permitted to enter of King George press V EXP-RtSS
ShV..."' .... ........ .. th. hr.f Dial 4161 "The Lord Is my Shepherd: I I the steel fenced burying ground. : and his queen. Pope Pius XII ing that pressure of events in r.. ut. li.pIf u.," Pert Worth IMKunCTr 14 29 is
.C.........V ....'...t.sn.... ., .aN".- Ask for Want-Ads. hall not want.1 was the text I The flag at the stone gates flew sent a cablegram' from the Vati- i Washington would take him back 1 - n-.e tmu Rack TOO n I IUM
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Plains States Arms Cost Forrestal
Unity High

U.S. Denies 1 1'Reactionary' I I' New Airliner I

WASHINGTON TAP James V. | autonomy for the three co-ordi- the most decisive and .f!.**.. '

h. I Swelter in 100s I Forrestal. the natIon's first over- I nate pranches of the armed forces step taken by this country t fa ttkt *;;
Sets Records. all Secretary of Defense hinted ; on the theory that the deeper he formation of a national mitttarr
yesterday that his idea is to confine goes into direct administrative af-
[By Associated Press] the job to top-level co-ordi- fairs the bigger force he will need. policy since the foundation of the I

Hungary Aid i I! Far Off CourseATLANTA Western plains States felt theI nation'of the services and stay out Yet to be picked are the three Republic." In' I
2-0-2.1 I II I i first real heat wave of the Sum- of operating detail. non-Cabinet Secretaries of the "It is a law which refteefe an -
[UPI} The
1 w A&ntNaT'OM' API i I The Slatet4wtal ; mer yesterday. Federal forecasters The indication of his intentions Army. Navy and Air who will take accommodation between my
M laid yesterday. thatIM yf} f' 'Yt 9t I Glenn L. Martin Co.'s experimental I i I at Chicago said but it was expected emerged indirectly in a news con- over those phases of the nation's divergent points of '".... Wi Mt
I' airliner of the future landed here to be cooler through most ference in a discussion of finances defense business. Forrestal apparently a workable law." he sad eU.
I ft to U. effort to help last night after a day of round- of the area todayTemperatures Forrestal said that at first the was talking mostly about his inn that l Is the "euea e" .f MM
ff4Mrr .....IiIe ...gist a freely the-country flying plagued by averaged 100 degrees unification of the armed forces I own staff however when he commented American system

Hft4 .******.., In that coun- I changing The unusual weather.looking twin-en or above in many sections under a single Cabinet officer. that the first big job in An opponent of the darer. feltf .
I, t ruMf Hua. ,'. of the western plains and the east provided for in a new law signed making the new setup work Is to of unification proposed wto*.. be
my "reactionary gined plane with a towering tail ern slope of the Rockies yesterdaywith Saturday, will add to rather than "get people. was Secretary of the Na*y. ,.-
.. 4 dorsel fin down the centerof
... and
.
6 a reduce the cost of the final J .ilea
apparently the highest reading military establishment In the new post Forrestal will restal said the version
l'*<.e* .....*. department >ta the fuselage breezed into Atlanta Then he added and ef
press in a one-hour and eight- 109. at Phillips S. D. Other : : be responsible for the master defense ,, "the support C'o-oPf'r.tlaa
ell *. UMM eeewnenied on as minute flight from Knoxville, highs were 108 at Miles City. "I hope the added adminis- plan of the United States all hands in trying to make it effective -
etrtwna ash Hungary Corn.ttwtei CF Tenn. Mon.; 104 at Pierre. S. D.; 103 at trative expense will be nomi- I. but he cautioned at the news conference '' ."
Ainsworth' Neb. 102 at Kansas I nal. that the task of piecing
2-0-2 diverted to
The was Knox-
Itce premier. Matya I| I "It !is my hope that it will not
Yule after the weather closed in City. Mo.. Billings. Mon. and together a general military policy
/ *1 M r a teterriew la which MewM I I over Detroit. Pittsburgh and Grand Island. Neb., and 100 at add a large number to the Federal will take a long time.

I <*/>" .** the U a hu tried to R 1 wti 1 I Louisville. Ky.. scheduled stops on I Bismarck N. D. payroll because I think to some "It can't occur overnight" he I rf 1
.*,. f '. t The speed craft left Dallav expected to bring cooler weather.' be reflected in the smallness of.,. will not "produce immediateor
Tex, yesterday morning and ; to the western and northern 'its administrative staff. miraculous results." .
therew+irtU4' gwernew flew to Chicago in four hours plains tonight except for Kansas The new Secretary's indicationof Forrestal told his audience that
: i
.4 U fcfeli ll" &. referred .y a and 12 minutes. where forecasters said it would plans to restrict his setup was, in his judgment the armed services I

wa.Ib.wea Mi .Ul ItlS. la May. That was more than two hours remain hot.Cooler taken as indicating a good deal of unification law "constitutes

Wit the _1Mri', C..m>nlU r (faster than the normal commercial weather was anticipated tP/lnQ4 G
.nil tlM. o.p.rt.f the .ftupflM time for twin-engine planes in the Great Lakes region IT DIDN'T RAIN? I
over that route. The 2-0-2 left tomorrow.
. Are*? l..k .,er eentrole4 i Chicago at 2.35 EST and arrivedat I' Moderate temperatures mostlyin NEW YORK f

11.enkt I"h. Nagy was Knoxville at 5:35 after a roundabout the 80s prevailed from the Mississippi Florida Float Blows BubblesIn

.WM4 .... flight skirting the Eastern Valley eastward and it HAVANAJACKSONVILLE
weather front. The 19-man crew was fairly cool in the far Northwest -
foltrnalet- Rakoslt. contention < a is headed by Pilot O E. Tibbs. the Weather Bureau said. California Lions ParadeSAN
1't'''I Ot...,..... put Hungary I
1 a* t t.... White noted that the : FRANCISCO [AP] Florida blew iridescent bub-
fta<......... .f lluncarya cur-. bles into the California New ;Orleans, Miami oU fteMe
sunshine colorful
Winter Park News in a huge, parade'up
free 7 tot year followed the volunI '
r rrtttr by the U. 8 of >32N. "PLEASEilUNG BACK MY MOMMY": Blonde Patsy Guiles, $ Market St yesterday, opening a four-day convention of You get n.rytlljllgwfl4lflYO J!I'y.' ......

fait UiMiarUa fold. This cold 4, is shown [above] at a Philadelphia children's shelter prayingfor Lions International. speed, comfort convenience.' e .rt+.w f

K4 trot ialn by the Nazis from the return of her mother. Police found Patsy wandering By MARGARET GREENE The 'Gator State's float bore a bubble blowing device service. All recognized o i travel cads I

i bat 11.at"7. Nailenal Bank, and was around the streets alone and are seeking her parents. [AP T&eohone! Winter Pork 233-Hours 11-12 end 4-5. Monday Through Friday which spouted huge clusters of*> accepted.See your' travel ogle er eel
s captured by UM American
1 t4 ATM? M Austria.WASHINGTON | Wirephoto] Winter I School District globules One of into the the biggest air. ovations of I I IF VITAMINSDON'T 8828 I I
ParkBrevities CA
the entire parade was given the I _BUCK YOU UP c J ---- .

_ ) Crank N tes-Found in Lincoln Mail ; Highland of Iowa.Band 48 of girls the with University kilts- II try NUXATED IRON .. C
i and bagpipes.More Wk"o mr doctor ritw na mutton ud M
.-. t.eip-. """" .__a.4.e.. ua.P .
Act DiscussedWINTER .. .. ..,_
than 16,000 members of' IF -''' d"u' r.. .., ttl a
NtllyrD IRfS b ...1... Enid ."n full t...f a
.
WINTER PARK When the Lions Clubs throughout the United .Mr" hM.t,rev firll f.d p4 ; i
dear But from Pensacola. Fla., came .f :;:: . Mlv mn j
API Messages My sir. I States. from Hawaii and 18 North M fm.v anrt M\r1ATFTTON
: Lions Club meets Wednesday evening "hl'** fn.Ir.-hfla C.m !
nm
.I .hdatkm-&nd a few I "You are President-elect. I congratulate r this telegram "You were last PARK Halsted W. i and South American countries fetal But :. Mil? M dinct4 w U* .t err I
night hung In effigy in this city.A there is to be a talk by ,
troop Mt..sewI to Abraham you and thank God. i Caldwell secretary of the were' here for the convention -- -

his election in 1MOft "The great object of my wishes.I A.Citizen.XL Bowdom.' Boston wrote: Hugo Miller director of the Win p ber of Commerce spoke Governor

we diacloMd yesterday u exMeratlea i and labors for 19 years Is accomplished -,"L suppose you will now leave off ter Park recreation program.On . to the Rotary and Kiwanis' Cham-I
in the overthrow of the Friday evening there will bea of welcome at the first session.
ef the newly opened colVc.iea I splitting rails regarding the consolidation
Clifford D. Pierce of
Memphis Coffee is
f Slave Power. The pace Is now f variety program presented at I I A&P !
Lincoln
papers proceedA : clear for the establishment of the elementary school by the boys county schools into one district. j I Tenn., and Melvin Jones secre-

A bundle of SI t.lrrralDll''CtIY-' Freedom on safe and firm grounds. I II Tallahassee Hospital and girls of the YMCA sponsored I I He will discuss the same subject | tary-general, of Chicago made i

ed et the Vpruufltld.& ill. TeletraNi ,I The lead Is yours. The responsi- Certificates Validated Day Camp. It will be at 8 p.m. Wednesday evening at the Lions''i preliminary. reports of Lions International -
bllity vast May God j, and will be open to parents and i |
elftce, where Lincoln I
spentetvrtkw supper meetIng. i i Pierce told newsmen'! earlier he
If en you for your great strength-I I friends. Registration for the sec- I 1 1L
night was examined by TALLAHASSEE (TAP] Circuit
wants to extend Lions'
He urged the clubs to assign International -
"Yours '
truly of
ond the
period Day Camp
ecpetu who hare been studying I Judge W. May Walker yesterday
their activities in Europe becausehe
educational
I "S.Pr Chase. which begins next Monday, are secretaries to
the ". ..vet Robert Todd Un- I;signed an uncontested decree validating I the
committee which will also include sees organization as a
a
t4. ceUttttoo since .it was opened William F. Smith of German- I|i up to $1'/i million in reve- I being accepted this week. "force against Communism."
a representative of the I
M IS el am fteturday.ft town. Pa. wrote he was naminghis I nue certificates to finance con- I A. Culver Golden real estate
..*.t.rii kite* received be- I newborn son Abraham Lini i I struction of a municipal hospital broker announces the appointment Chamber of Commerce the high
school
Utea Net. I and 1. me. also I coin Smith.Helen here. The securities are to be repaid I of Thomas A. Cooper as office PTA and elementary to how school the Clark Names
study
.*r* ta tfcte M .f elements.Outstanding P. Haskell. identifying j jr !' by receipts from operation of manager and Raymond Gard- consolidation groups will affect the local
/ wax a letter from I.r herself only as "a little girl" of I IHlllsboro II the hospital and collections froma ner as salesman. He has leased a school situation.It -
..MM* f Ovate of Ohio who be m, wrote "I hope the'I recently levied 10 per cent tax store building at Lake Prairie on is hoped that this committeewill Two for Vote
"ae Lincoln Secretary of the I South will soon learn that they on utilities. I Highway 17-92 and expects to. have a recommendation to
Treasury Bent from Columbus. can trust a Northern man to be open a branch office in Septem-
OWe,. Net, T, 1/6o. it read: I President." Belle Glade Prison submit by Oct 1 to give time for Fraud Inquiry
.- --- I ber.Building action between then and the November -
I permits Issued during I election when a three- WASHINGTON [AP Atty. Gen.
isj EOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCX Escapee Recaptured the last 10 days include the fol- I member supervisory committeewill Clark Announced yesterday he has
j# I" lowing Three for R. A Dowlerto _be named to replace the present I I assigned two special assistants to
// Your House Is For Sale List It With TALLAHASSEE [API New York build concrete block residences I district committee of school work with the Kansas City Grand ,
I State Police yesterday notified the at 1511 and 1571 Mizelle Ave.. and 1 trustees. : Jury investigating alleged irregularities i
Florida Highway Patrol they have 1530 Grove Ter.: one for $8000' in the 1946 primary election .
W. B. NICHOLSON arrested Leroy Lundie. Negro I for Thomas Lumber Co. to buildan in the 5th Missouri Congressional
who escaped from the Belle Glade I office and warehouse .I land. Ore. for two weeks returning District.
prison farm in May, 1944. after t ing their present adjoin-I I in September. I One of those named by Clark togo
Realtor I I
serving six years of a 25-year sentence Orange Ave.; W. W, Ellington.I I Mrs John H. Neville left Sunday : to Kansas City is William A. \
14 So. Main Sr. Phone 21619SoooooooooooooooooocooooooooooooooooooooooooooS for second degree- murder in $200. for a foundation at : for Wauseon. Ohio to spend' Paisley, who conducted the recent .F
Alachua, County.Electiocutions. Kentucky Ave.: Mrs. Lawrence a month with her daughter Mrs. i successful prosecution of former
t Lackey. $1,000 for remodeling at J. W. Williamson and family. J JI t; Rep. May and the Garsson broth-I i
Ordered 325 Sylvan Blvd.: Mrs.- Bertha.I I Mrs. Virgil Rutec' her mother. !} ers. accused of a bribe, conspiracy !

.. .. TALLAHASSEE [ API GOT. Brechin. 2000. for general repairs Mrs. Pennington Bruce and cousin ,!j I and the former Mayor James M. 1l
0 x
; ',P at 275 Sylvan Blvd. Sherwood Miss Marilyn Johnson both of f
;; }$ .t Caldwell yesterday issued war- ; Curley of Boston convicted of mail
Kansas City, and the two' Rule
: Foley. $2,500 for general repairs fraud.
J rants calling for electrocution next j
.1' week of Joe Ferguson and James to the Seminole Hotel; Rol- children Mary Loomis and Bruce. I 1 The other special assistant.
j Andrew Maxwell. Negroes con- lins College. $91.000. for a class- leave today for Miami Beach to : who will work with Paisley is
spend several weeks.
victed of attacking a Pompano room building on the campus; Eric Broome a specialist in investigations .
<:; i white woman on a _Broward Chester Fosgate. $3.000. for addi- Mrs. Herbert E. Poole has just with the War Frauds l
"- r- County Beach Mardi 26. 1946. tion to his home at Highland Rd. returned from a two-v visit Section of the Department of
I and Virginia Dr. in the Charmont with her parents at Pehon. S, C. Justice for the last four yean + w :
No Better Value i Section; Marie Thomas, $3,500 Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. LeoMon-, Paisley and Broome will assist
a for a tourist home at 870 Orlando' tague have returned from Chi- Special Prosecutor Richard Phelps ...l. ''
I DEVOE Ave: Bishop C. B. Colmore. $10- j cago where they attended the annual who was named by the Attorney ,
: 000 for a concrete block residence : convention of the American General in June to prosecute any .i
THREE FEATHERS at 241 Knowles Ave. j OsteopathIc Assn. Federal law violations which the I
PAINTSIt's Mr and Mrs. D .M. McBride
Mr. and Mrs. S Carle Cooling investigation at Kansas City might
leave this morning for Baltimore have returned from Georgia where disclose. Phelps is a former U. S.
6lWGllG economical to buy Devoe accompanied by their guests. Miss they spent three weeks' with thelatter's I Attorney for the Western Districti

Paints as_ less than }* of your Florence Davis and Miss Betty i relatives. Missouri. j
882'.Flnt: Fine Whiskies paint dollar goes for paint! "Mrs Lillian Frost has leased her
StMtt Among Lee Taylor both of Baltimore. house on Pennsylvania Ave. forf f I
They will stop over for a visit Fish, Alcohol Bring
a year and leaves the last of this
with Mr. and Mrs. Don Searle and
THOMAS week for Asheville N C.. to spend Principal's Ouster
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Moore at' the I i il
remainder of the Summer.I
M S x. afa8j8ffi aj> Blowing Rock. N. C. A GRAND RIDGE [UP] John
| note from Dr. Hamilton Holt
LUMBER CO.
ceded Whiskey M .proof. 65% grain neutral spirits. I Mr. Cooling who Is vice-presi- states that he is making a remarkable Miriam Meara yesterday resignedas
n.... Feathers Distributors,I c.New.York 231 W. Gore Ave. Ph. 4107 dent of the Crown Can Co., will : recovery and hopes to principal of the Grand Ridge
- make a business trip through the be in top form by the opening of High. School after charges against
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Midwest and Mrs. Cooling will Rollins this FalL him were taken to the State Boardof

visit Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ker- I Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Fluno Miss Education. Mears' appointmentwas
shaw in Baltimore. They will return Thirza and Miss Helen Fluno have protested by Curtis Neel a
Hire'sa about Oct. 1. i returned from Daytona Beacn member of the School Board of
h Mr. and Mrs. Bill Edwards have' where they had a cottage for two ;Trustees on grounds that he hada
l'v returned from a two-week vaca- weeks. ; court record of drunkenness in
tion trip which included a stay In Mrs. E. P. Veal and son Ernestare three counties and of exceeding
lew SERVICE Cuba and a visit in Georgia.I I spending July and August at i iWaynesville. I the State bag limit on fish.
Mrs. B. D. Bowen returned to N. C.
her home yesterday after an ap- The Rev. James L. Duncan PKA Alumni Asked To Meet ,, l
pendectomy at the Florida Sani leaves this week for Georgia to 'Merritt Britt. president of the I i
(
tarium. j spend a month's vacation. During PKA Alumni Assn.. has called a ,
CFREEI I Mrs. Linda Mae Fuller of the his absence the Rev. W. E. Mann meeting at his home 1206 Aloma I sa.. t
I firm of Poole and Fuller left Sunday will conduct Sunday services and Drive Winter Park at 8 pjn.
I morning by plane for Los Bishop C. B. Colmore for 33 years Wednesday, for: the purpose of ,
Angeles. Cal. for a month's stay. Bishop of Puerto Rico will con- ; discussing prospective pledges All NO OTHER COFFEE GIVES YOU MORE
I From there she will go to Port-r duct the weekday services. members are urged to attend.
FLAVOR AND MORE FOR YOUR MONEY


1 PJ I Weather Blai med 1 In Deai th of FDR People's ideas differ about a "perfect" cup ofcoffee.That's

I why A&P Coffee comes in 3 magnificent

6 CHICAGO UPI Sharp changes tin Petersen said Coolidge shot up just as sharply. blends. . mild, medium, strong. Unlike
temperatures hastened the ently was in good health In adjusting to the violent shiftsof cofrees
death of Franklin D. Roosevelt he died suddenly on Jan. appar-I temperature the circulatory most ASP Coffee gives you a blend to

Dr. William F. Petersen said yes-1' but the temperature had system is taxed to the limit and suit your taste.What's more,it's freshly ground
terday. | ped 60 degrees in
one inevitably breaks down he said. I IMil.
The life of Calvin Coolidge also I to your order. No wonder A&P Coffee isAmerica's
was shortened by a sudden cold
''f.; spell followed by hot weather he favorite by millions of pounds.

said.Petersen.. director of clinical research TVA WEEKS WITH PAY..

pP, f fIr at St. LUke's Hospital said
he believes weather variability,
with its wide and rapid temperature -
changes has been responsiblefor

the breakdown of many HT 0.coF. .
'The immediate causes of
Roosevelt's death probably were

coronary thrombosis followed by .. co .f.- t0F F
I rupture and hemorrhage he Y

Get ikh. new Mercury Service Identification Book said. i t H
fraa M tojjy. But attacks of this type most
,
'
_, often occur he added during ro
It k. town priority for trtltrrti Mercury Service that periods of unusually high or low l'

I ...... you' .tune and root temperatures particularly after' ... w.0.w' aid ... ....-....;.( \1__ .-d. wy?

I!' A WOtD the / / cold spells. I
TO JerTi -wise . before .
r. tI. yva take that trip. better let us give your / weather' Petersen record said he at had Hyde traced Park.the N.I:I "MI.oas 73 C t.tt lACS. 77 ..
((1 f rn.ODI1I1llUIIPS C Z IACI 11
MmvJT our special Tune-Up Treatment" and safety Y.. where Roosevelt reportedly C

cfetk. fast mice. low prices.Central suffered a stroke March 25. 1945.
and found the mercury had gone
above 80 In mid-March droppedto Don't waste precious 'vacation time getting to and from it

Florida Motors freezing by March 22. and then your "wonderland. FLY FLORIDA AIRWAYS and
Company shot up againRoosevelt have MORE TIME for fun and relaxation.

100 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Springs. Ga.. went where to.he died Warm on ,, t 1
I'I April 12. Connecting with Airlines serving America

ORLANDO, FLORIDA PHONE 2-2424 "At Warm Springs there naald.1 I i
I I related. jsltuation." Pete 6 Flights Dally . Air Travel Cards Accepted

... "It was almost freezing on the
G <'UR W-AY OF MAKING' FRIENDS ;: 7th of April. Then came an upswing j Telephone 4537 Orlando, Municipal Airport I
of 40 decrees." |I Sold exclusively at all A&P Food Starts





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Tuesday, July 29, 1947 (9rlanbu(!) mnrnhtg Sratlnrl Page 3
SAKNAIN __
Hall
Boat Accident Padgett ..
I I .

To Address Vt N.W.. '' i / r IAh.nst 5w.1 .r, KAJtAiflrarKreM. I Soloists Take .;.ff ': Sanford VFW j


Injuries Fatal Veterans Club / iEP I I Rotary MeetSpotlight A' ,: I i I; Group Attends )


'. , Sentinel] I j
-i w1! 'oriel: 10 Orlando Morrcrvj ConferenceS
MINA' PEACH Harold DAYTONA BEACH-Mayor Ernest II ,

-.f1 aw.fd. fatal Injuries &la a U Padgett and Harry Hall Special[ to Orlando Momng. Sentinel: ]. I' J M OrJr< M. r vj c. '.tsfl t

Ij'- ........ ht UU 8unaa manager of the local: Chamber' of ? CNeNGCNUN : t I I SANFORD-The Rotary Club, SANFORD- Largest dd.NNMI.

. Uwovn into the Commerce will be the principal . = meeting yesterday noon at the attending the Veteran of Thes..
....' el ...... Q ,dry a. + ia/ a.iMuKDEN
Rim, and the speakers today at the Veterans G SloeQ / '' Tourist Center were entertainedby V Wars conference at DeLaasl vr

t a &4>harm o.er jAhnaon.emantlinc Businessmen's Club I luncheon JQCOM / vocal solos] sung by Miss Roberta ( yt the weekend was from Swvte d..

twet Mel. bit meeting. % w's.- r GMiM HONSHU. Evans and by the instru-1' and included John Sauls.. a-
ear elected] 5th District eoranaiRand
The haa Invited
rranlzatioa ,,rtp G j 'KOREA r0rn. mental selections of Perry Bremer
; Local Post Comdr F O lean
fold ?
a wllner to the
.... ........ that the the two civic leaders to speak .. e r j r nrfn ew Jrw i on trumpet and Bob Bremer at Senior Vice-Coradr ill SS51
.*.. teeing arms the an the troop's plan t. Invite and r.p iTsw i the piano. a SiR Whittle Orlando spoke os dt.

..r1 w Were' Cut and eneonrage new Industry for *. I Miss Evans a Sanford girl partment plans for the. tussles
.-... ..... whoa name I Daytona Beach.' s'r W. training as a nurse in the Tampa year. and veterans' lefrtlsilM wet
..... K"} I discussed as well as a 9ta4 MtttNB
: Cameron. WM In the letter of invitation sent "e IKOKU Municipal Hospital. sang three
a--- ..*. |U Mid Clifton. I popular songs accompaniment for for World War n vtttratm
.
O r
fKYVS"t
said Nt.L .
to both men. Pres. Lagrone : -
.. .. JAPAN Place of the next confcraM **.
d he bull of the resolution or which was played by Harry Kudell. ,
Before passing a I _
-, sMddewh stood up as ;he CHINA local radio artist. set for Orlando in Iovtwbee. ,
would like
... laib taking other steps we ford men attending we ht
a harp throw-
erve Ne. 5 Perry Bremer. who until recently -
and from
to hear from the city I lNi4GMAI
.. -die .... h# waier has been a musical director Johnson James Huff. Ifise.el,
"Iwtt ./M4.. wee uarn U the CofC as" to their attitude on In the Army was accom- Hale, John L. Galloway, act
R ..... the subject a d PoafrcOceon"
.
Ii..Ntal Dr. J. 8.MM .f a. vv panied by his son.Bob who later others.
hrl that Ik. dead Man had played several solos. ; i
I:veal a Itaetst.d nallt ....... Green Receives Orville Touchton. committee .: : f
ante .......,...... a sea Ni.OKiNANA chairman for the softball game puI. -' PHONE S-JMS I ID
}!.d aunt a 1r..n4 ri.htala4l I the Rotarians will play with the Pat DumtfljU i #
bk a....., oevtttd right Service Awards ,-;' /.; I Lions' Club Wednesday night at I I ( *, Orast* are.
,r doa1Lse4 ..e to .lo.. .1 bleed. .., Cenrmueisttt. : 8. commented on the difficulty' inj r PrescriptionsOnly !
k :'Speciel to Orlando Morning Sentinel] .._- *ev Ar..s of Centr.l I
selecting a team from the equally
,...,.. who acted DELAND-Distinguished Flying FORMOSA matched high-caliber contenders ImnttfiattFTN. I l
Cross and Presidential Cita- A M H.w. \ D ***ry
riu4tftc the work of 0 400
'I
for the and
positions club
on assured -
r J Luke, who gave tion have been awarded to former ; eiONGKONG STATUTE MES the group that J.he game was VET, BRITISH WAR BRIDE LIVE IN JAIL: Ralph E Spence, - -
a trentfuaton. It wac the Naval Lt. William H. G.Yen. manager I as good as won. :'9, 8th Air Force veteran, his wife Frances, from Bedford,
tsaJ, of the municipal airport for The Finest To Be Had ,
metarbnat accident ,
Ik ....... rears authorities outstanding achievement while U. S. STUDIES CHINA'S SITUATION: Mop [above] illustrates Guests introduced by Charles] England, and their year-old son, David above( ) have spent two AUTO PAINTING 3

Nit assigned to a bomber squadron in China's military situation which has come under scrutiny by an Morrison, local were Dr. Charles, and L. Persons the- nights living at City Prison, Columbus, Ohio, since their moneyran

- -- the South Pacific area during the American Presidential! envoy, Lt Gen. Wedemeyer, whose sur-,i Misses Laura optometrist Dilbaugh and Estelle out while! they sought a home of their own Spence, with a 'for that SAM NEW CAR ESK- I

Sunday Liquor I war.Niven W Thompson signalman vey for Pres. Truman likely will determine U. S. policy toward Kavakos classmates of Miss Evans,, job now, is optimistic they'll find permanent quarters soon PAINT AND BOOT SHOPS

j third class son of Mr. and Mrs. China The shaded areas Indicate that part of North China I in the nursing school at Tampa.I I [AP Wirephoto] .W. Cor Garlaad.. use a" ieMswrho. I
t M. P. Thompson of Route 1. De- and Manchuria now held by Communist forces. The North Gordon Brisson presided. i
Sales ResultIn Land. recently was recipient of i
the Combat "V" medal. Bronze China area, normally one of the most productive of the coun- All Pilings Driven
the Presi- try, is dotted with Nationahst-held "Islands," isolated, garrisons MADDEN'S
Star and Citation by : GUS
Arrests dent. penned within'city defense walls. The Nationalist forces claimto For Beach Bridge i I II CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH

.. '' have possession of the narrow area and rail lines linking I Soe-:::iol to Orlanjo MT ,xj Senw'}> i REFRIGERATION
;
Vf ne1eAKfTWD ?
state-g Beverage I Pedestrian Hurt Peiping with Mukden, and Mukden with Changchum, Manchuria's -i pilings NEW have SMYRNA been BEACH-All driven for the the : PROTECT YOUR CAR SERVICEUsed
atficr capital. I
: working Seminole
Lytle Ate bridge W. W. Jones
t mad from purchase of liquor /In Auto Accident i l maintenance foreman said last : STEAM CLEAN CHASSIS AND MOTOR Refrigerators

tIw 1 vaulted In unlicensed the issuance sellers by' i I ''c-e ot to Oriondo Morning Sentinel] I W. B. Treloar Attends '1 of Florida Secondary School principals -i I'out night.June The 15 pilings when the were bridge knocked was 'I SIMOHIZE THE EXTERIORA. Bought and Sold
.u P A. Mere of 22 warrants DAYTONA BEACH James' it was announced yester-: Prompt.Ef lclent-Ressoaaet. '
.... beads. of I3&0 set for each Lewis 74S Marion St. was struck Principals' Parley day. hit by a dredge and barges. Wt repair all makes and tra i ia

Beedsr. purchases were made by' an auto DeLand as he was Road walking Sunday on' [Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel] I Treloar.president of the organization timbers Workmen under are now water putting and have on side to i i P. CLARK MOTORS\ Inc. a Fuss 7726
ty Ik Hirer at Seminole the old : said that the first two days work during low tides. 55: ? Gas FONE I
C1'k al MaUUnA. Mae Bird suffering severe face lacerationand DAYTONA BEACH-SuPervis- .of the meeting would be taken up ;
tawra a frw mile. eel al Santold concussion. He was taken to 889 N. ORANGE PHONE 2-6746 Backed h M years ezp rta*
Prln.
ing W. B. Treloar] is in Tallahassee with conferences among board
Sugar supplies nothing in nu- ..
MI the Rsef.rd.Orlando the Halifax Hospital where his 223 Macaotta a* .
I attending the conference members and officers. trition calories. I w
II.,. ad l..w Deep fee *n the condition was termed "good. I except
tatevlwrv. Rld.Attest ,I Police reports show that Lewis ----
* ere made of r A. was walking along the side of the
Wet of Dew Drop Emily' MayBaser I 1 highway' when a car driven by'
and Albert Earl Baker of]Margaret Jones going about 20
I
Ms* Bird' aad Anthony and Frank 1 I miles an hour but without ,lights
fr of the Seminole Club. I according to the reports. struck .
Sheriff Mere said that all bonds him. No arrest has been made the f
.had been met by those arrested.!! report said.

OvifVirftfMR. Rent Control Office 1 M
y 9e
ARTttt A. BRONSOVK188IMMEC I Closing Set Today I
enrtres for Mr.
Aftftur A Brenaon. 11 who died !rSoeciol to Orlando Morning Sentinel]
title Mtndajr will be held at 2:30 I DAYTONA BEACH-Rent Con-
Thursday. from Oriuom trol Director Proctor S. Snow announced -
I that his office
last
ipei with the Rer Ethel Allen night
be closed all today due
would day
be In
Ibis" Interment will
Creek Cemetery to a visit here by W. L. Duke,
of the Atlanta]
field representative
A nattv of Oaeeola County he
office, who will conduct a checkup
II.hed by his widow, Mrs.
of the local office records.. I Ii
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VMfca llreoe n' two dauthters.MM.
Il.e..ten demons and Mrs
ff.aiu0a Clemons: two aons. Leroy i O. P. Johnson Returns I I1
afii Frank Bronson: two brothers Vd
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Atoc,aM Will Branson an of KlsIKH From Judges' Meet [ [ --

H I two atatera Mrs. BaUieitraKon \1 Special[ to Orlando Morning Sentinel I' _________ { rlt' {e.,.
Okeechobre. and Mrs.naiay KISSIMMEE-Osceola County
Johnaon. Kiaaimmee. and Judge O. P. Johnson has returned
r* crandchildren. from the County' Judges 'Assn.
--- ---- meeting at St. Petersburg where 1 1 'a r K iy. riser r
the social-educational get-
Forecastof together was held.

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Benefit Dance Set J- .

(Scecnl to Orlando Morning Sentinel .a{
Business Prospects DAYTONA BEACH Halifax
Business and Professional Women
A p........i .eab..1" bulnufaf will stage a dance Thursday In s- ea ?b sdgarette
tfc. iw it ....tai! *
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**4 kr Ik.. Matttttral R_.rchALLEN the Ocean Room
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..........., c."......... torE orphans. Mrs.A. H,Thurman. ujhafcBrarul
., Its ta5. ,_ e.glassl.a chairman announced yesterday.' It wa n wartime \ &

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,;:: 0rlfttti.li fUnrnituj 5rttthtrl MERRY-GO-ROUND I[THEY! WILL DO IT EVERY TIME By Hotlo'THE PUBLIC THOUGHT_ I i iI

.j. ........ ..., .***?< Sunday, New' Tear Day. Fourth I
JUN. L.*.*r Day Tb.ank clvtnc and Chrlttmaf rry !
; *a> "ar O*. lOrtaad D tly hew*pa pert. Inc.) at 238 Truman Takes Dare! UHEN .po Photos of Actresses !
z *"O ( .s.. A*. 0rIa.... ru. I STELLAS XfFAWS/ / .L/LJ-r FfM 1EI9 Q'3 ADELE FIANI< Skinny
p -.. .* rM rtaie. matter at the Poet Oflic at I
" CIIt...... ...... awan tile Act of March 3d. 187>. By DREW fEARSON i FELLA ARRIVES / JUNIORy JrJTIL CLOSIN6-JUST JI9CENTOAIAVSEAaiFrLJ M.

; -Tt1.&PtfOI( t. AJl Dei itHMiiU 4111 ri WASHINGTON-The world knew what Pres. I, EAPLYTr1EFAMILYrior LET STELL AND HER Should Be Omitted Says J. E. I

..,-,rlI- _. h-.i ate rr w..-. IIJM m" Mo. Truman said when he walked onto the Senate' ALWfyS SEEMS 12? / PETE/GV4Y SOME BEAU 1Th' TO GETA 'r-" N.% ,

r **..>... < f .. floor the other day and occupied his old seat but i Editor, Orlando Morning Sentinel: i
Miilea, -aa H* IMC, InToauu.Ditecroa I BE ELSEWHEREV60DV AROUND trrrl.E PQIvAy- I dont know why you people iJ
not many people knew
3 !.... Camea. CM. M s. MAMCO. T.LAWl IC" AIT. Dm. what happened In Leslie ,
looking at
ANSWER
HECE think the public enjoys
C W leam. I"L...... IMIIT F. WAlTtt. Cutl M.t. Biffle'a office Just before the President: decided to I I ---I actress in a tight J

I..I ..........i Ml...... t*. H....' c........., SIC. Taw take this unprecedented step. j{ THEDOOP?. some bathing!skinny suit or shorts almost every -

.1' ...... N-'-'". c... MIL CIAIM MIMJM, rim Sun. Once before on the day of his inauguration I day in the paper. If you,

; i W U i in. Cm Ca. tvU*. L T. MILLIe. T' .. Sup,. fliffle. who is head of the Democratic Policy Commlttee -I' V. would do away with your silly

= Ta A..d,'.. Prcit .had talked Truman out of appearing on the comics and those biased articlesby

t 4 FTeaa U .xc"lu.ively en- Senate floor. But this time It was.Biffle who dared -Pyo .' some of your so-called big
tor rv-iwbUeatloa of all him to do it. name writers you might save more
arcrvemrd to It or not Nothing sensational I 4wq paper that you claim is so scarce.
occurred at }
the luncheon
-
t e'r" *'< The trouble is you people don'tknow
which
iwwi published herein. preceded the President's nostalgic return towI1
ro-peblicatton of ipeelal I, 11 t 1 what your public likes, the
the Senate floor. After I --
some good- *
ar* aUo reterred. press as well as radio and the motion -
.5. natured ribbing by Illinois' lanky i picture industry has sunk to I|I extensions from time to time 0
:
TUta.: JULY 29, 147 ) Scott Lucas about Truman's red- the level of morons. 1 a six months permit as i' \UIUA.

whlte-and-blue bow tie with handkerchief J. E. M. I And while we're about- it why

TOfU'''II THOUGHTS: to match. which Ken- I ft( i \1 1ILQ S deport Bridges who u not a o1tiu
I> wI1 tucky's Barkley said was not as I fuller Warren Says U. S. Should I and whose sole function .... abe
*r7 prudent dealeth
man with I
knowledge: but Lt1mI ,
good as his. BIllie dared the President -' / / ; Stop Keeping Up British Royalty 'I to breed disorder and rim
.... la h
e open hi* folly.-Proverb*. 13:16. to step across from the private Editor. Orlando Morning Sentinel: among longshoremen He's naar*>i
/ his home now-In Hawaii i-u
luncheon and take his former Senate
.
I
Newspapers recently carried two
_ only to stir up the poor da a at nd
;_ A f.el sad a wtte man are alike both In the V seat. /J1.lfl( items that must have struck: many I den Hawaiian and set them '

:1 tUrttftf ptaee-thetr birth. and at the post-their a. ) You wouldn't let me do it last Americans us being rather hard to striking (Haven heard that tI

.. :I time. chided Truman. and almost explain. One stated that the Taft-Har'ley bill tau keen appi
ei s tkir ttojr differ in the race of their UVeI.Thsaa. I
$3.750.000.000 loan gift the United
ik 1 Immediately marched out onto the to him yet. either
I f'wIkto. i a'.i.. A.. ,. Senate floor. I States made Great Britain last !| In fact Ive wondered so .u.PI

Pearson After he finished 1 speaking and I) year had been almost used up. I that r\e written to Mr CaruM
S There was a suggestion that Great j him. and in due I
asking cows :
New York leaving the Senate. Tom Connally of Texas bounced
and Florida Battle Britain might soon ask for another get an acknom lericn>"nt of my ,letter -j
after him. handout. and maybe a promise that my
AN EXAMPLE OF a big fellow trying to ""Harry 1 Harry! Shouted Connally as the President ! I -- On another page of the same I ideas will be kept in mad aa U**.

keep a little fellow under his thumb walked briskly out the door and down the paper it was set! forth that Prmcess future operation of Uw Bureau :

j P t urrtMtt tpectacle In Miami. I, corridor. .PITCHING HORSESHOES Elizabeth received an allowance of au a.
A flustered doorman. taking in the situation. 100,000 a year from the British
Tht Pert of New York biggest: : and most leaped from his seat and shouted: "Hey. Harry! Government but that it would 5nieRaps/ Mitbijt ..,5

tt'1epe-reu.1 in the nation is fighting an Tom Connally wants to see you!I"t How To Beat the Bookie probably be upped to $250.000 Criticism of Hifkwty P."",."
aenpt by Florida ports to win rate re- Truman wheeled! around the doorkeeper flushed ., when she marries ex-Prince Philip
princess Editor. Orlando MorniM Sentmet
ch.! U M. crimson and Sen. Connally was able to pay Thus the 21-'ear-old
receives a larger income than the I can't help but put m my lt
The B Town claims that any rate re- his respects to the President. I I By BILLY ROSE "An interesting observation," said TimothY. President of the United States. cents worth when I read chat. Mr

dttmwi for Miami and Tampa would re- Now that the smoke or Congressional battle has "Why don't you put me on the pay roll?" asked "But like most of your observations unleavened by I And when she gets the expected Maxwell had to aay about our

"u't' m a "disadvantageous competitive cleared away it's possible to look back and do a Major Timothy Morgan leafing through the mail the yeast of experience. They're running this afternoon raise to $250000 a year she will Highway Patrol I ran tad M'

position"' for the New York Isn't that little sizing up. as to who did the good jobs and who on my desk to see if there was anything interest- at Jamaica. How would you like to book my be taking in more than three timesas reading his piece m the pam>r

Lobad? port. did the bad ones among Congressional newcomers. I I ing "You need someone to protect you from the bets? Im willing !o wager two dollars on each of much as the head of the government about the bus get tin* from .ey

Not for years has Congress seen such a bumper crop pitfalls of this conniving world." my selections." I which provides Great West to Miami withow MM.

The entire nation is working on the de- of freshmen. and the voters who elected them I'I "I need someone to protect me from you" I "Done" I said leaping; at the chance to give the Britain money with which to pen- stopped by the patrol that he .

vr"pmeat of Latin and South American deserve to know how they rated. said. sweeping the mall Into the drawer of my desk. old grafter his come-upperance and go-downanc- I sion its royalty. not very well acquainted vile tH*
1
t. ..tf<4etln So here Is the Merry-Go-Round scorecard on the I I "Well. then, will you lend me 20 dollars for a knew that, alone with me in the office, he couldn'tuse It is so incongruous as to be absurd -! workings of the miaiUmrma I
United States. whose No doubt Mr MaxweV daaakt
the
way to Ret: It would be to speed first-termers in the House of Representatives: I month, old boy?" asked loaded ponies or marked Jockeys. Constitution that expressly repudiatesand I know that the bu waant statin I

f: 11'dhq and shipping to and from our James T. Patterson. Connecticut Republican I my favorite confidence The self'commissioned Major left and returned proscribes all titles of royalty until 1 a... and that the pair*

nation to our customers. 38-year-old ex-Marine officer courageous. intelligent I man. (saoeeou in a few minutes with a Racing Form. I phoned a (lArticle I, Sections 9 and 101, : station goes off the air M ...-

The S uth has a prime port in doesn't hesitate to buck the leaders when he I 'What does a month- sports reporter on an afternoon paper and arranged I should give Great Britain money night and does not c-. ...... __
many
thinks they're wrong. A-l record. old boy need 20 dollars ftJ 11 f'for to get the results from him after each race. with which to maintain in extrava- til 9 am Ttar your imti_. .
mar. advantageous geographical position John A. Blatnik. Minnesota Democrat-An eX-I I ?" I grinned. "Besides FFrJ 4 "We're cut off from communication with the'I gant luxury a monarchy that is Mr. Maxwell these mm ...

(. d. Itu.ln.u with our neighbors: to the major who three times parachuted behind Tito's 1 I when I went to P. S. 44, world," said Morgan softly. You may smoke if you repugnant to every sentiment of '':I from 12 to II hours daily. B pew

; "K.MtH than are New York and other lines during the war and operated a 5th column I the word 'borrow' implied wish. I'm wagering two simoleons on No 3. Alger American democracy. have any criticism u> mane pew

; Northern ports. there against the Germans. Just: as tough in I the intention of paying non's Urge, in the first." In making loans (gifts to some should start up. In TaUahaam*

The differential in freight rates in the Congressional battle as In European battle. I.back." countries the United States lays You should start try. u ...
: Ten minutes later I telephoned my friend on down conditions under which they three eight-hour shifts ImmmdI fill
Democrat Learned the "You'll get paltry :
Missouri
Frank Karsten your
Srtith and Cast has retarded Southern port the paper. Algernon's Urge had won, paying can have the money. Before giving I from 12 to It hours TON sMi..
Congressional as aide to exCongressmanJack 20 back, thundered the .
development for many years.A ropes $11.20. Great Britain any more American : know what :you are Ulkw. iI ....
Court decision Geor- Cochran of Missouri: knows more about Congress mountebank. "Isnt the a money, this nation should exact an I when you start to cnuciw
Supreme won by than many old-timers. is respected by both word of a gentleman "Who do you like in the second you lucky I agreement that it will not be extravagantly I And as for your patrol a ....-
f la'l Elba Arnall and a recent ruling by parties. enough?" ,_ bum?" I growled at the Major. squandered on royalty. igan I think they are a f.. -

the ICC will Live the South a better break Jake Javits. New York Republican-Progressive "I don't know:" I par- "A moment please" the old boy said. "This requires -'I Princess Elizabeth and ex- of fellows but if they ais ...

en elrht rate eventually. and Independent. gets in the leaders' hair but one ried. "Bring the gentleman some thought." i I PrInce Philip of Greece could feet how do aO Utcee ....

Rat the entire battle hasn't been won of the best operators In Congress. around and let me He squatted on the window sill and pondered I struggle along on her present al- from Mickitan get t* ..... .

Vy a lone shot. The South must keep Robert E. Jones. Alabama Democrat-Successor see him." I went over and sat beside him. Not much doing i lowance of $100000 a year. The guess that you brim uw.: fill

f1hSIuig.' to the House seat of Sen. Sparkman an ex-Navy The makeshift Major gave me the Injured look. on Sixth Avenue. The inevitable cluster of bystanders 1 I additional $150,000 she is to get jour State by plane AM ..... .

gunnery officer, and a chip off the old block. "'That's.. fine''v.ay to talk to the man who snatchedyou ogling the cocker spaniels hi the pet shop I, when she marrieS the impoverished the bus aftam. it was nat
It the difference in Florida used to rebuildi stolen until
meant par ex-prince could be I !' ajn. U. 5
John Davis Lodge Connecticut Republican from in front of a stampeding elephant on across the street the same listless pickets in front of i
: ticularly. between a seven-month I i i the bomb-wrecked homes of the day. Now Mr. ....... .
'
prosperity Scholarly conservative Harvard ex-movie actor, the Fort Worth midway 10 years ago. the delicatessen a policeman peeking at the after- heroic British people. you just say what lIsp .MSt .

and a 12-month prosperity. brother of Sen. Cabot Lodge. Ranks high with "I don't remember any stampeding elephant." I noon papers on the corner newsstand.The j I FULLER WARREN. Michigan is keuar! SMa eMs ..
I
There ,is little to offer industry eyeing House leaders because he votes. regular is frankto said. Major flipped a coin-the one with the 'i t Jacksonville. have in Florida!

our State for locations if they must first admit his political career has been aided by a I "Well. If you had been in the path of a two heads. "Mudder Machree in the second," he'I'I I HT. __.

look higher freight: rates in the eye. beautiful Italo-American wife who stumped with I stampeding elephant I would have snatched you boomed. : Burden's Ideas on Real Estate '

him in the 1940 campaign. I from in front of it," the Major assured me. "Fora Mudder Machree paid $5.80. Evaluation Asked by Reader Here's Reader Win ,,.,,.,

George Smalhers Florida Democrat-Lanky. decade I've been your mentor, your tutor. Socrates Morgan's horses won the next three races. When Orlando Morning Sentinel:

A Big Man for a Big Job 33-year-old progressive a Marine Corps hero anda to your Plato Miller Huggins to your Babe Ruth. a long shot named Dugan Dream romped home in I Editor.I see by the papers that Jim Editor.Newspaper Ortaodo Pr'mtit PeIiq .

real comer.Katharine If not for me, you'd be the constant prey of swindlers the sixth paying 14.1,1 yelped, "Enough is enough. Burden says he will check the MoraimI _.
think a "Hun School ... .
-.* ITS GOING TO take a large-sized man St. George. New York Republican cheats and sharpers." I owe you sixty-five dollars." : county personal tax returns for who wrote in the PublIc Theu. %

a strong pair of shoulders to handle This lady has brains and charm and might go "Don't worry about me, Socrates I said. Morgan's face lit up like a movie marquee. "If "Inaccuracy" shall we say column of July 20 M error wMs

the new job of Secretary of National Defense. places if she quit following the voting- cues of her "I've been around these diggings since I was grass you think the lesson worth while," he chuckled "fraud"-by comparing income tax them returns 1I.1t.hthe he says the apse orcuavja ..eI
Federal
predecessor and political tutor. Isolationist Ham high to a knee-hopper. I can spot a swindler at shall be pleased to settle for 20 tiny dollars, plus '. that are available to him for in I Pegler's column: aught as eel ..

Imagine having to run the Army, Navy 40 paces on a murky night.! In fact. my radar Is 10 for expenses." I spection. Thus if a merchant has blank as far as he is 1 ..

Marines and Air Forces all from one desk. Fish.Carl Albert Oklahoma Democrat-A 33-year-old giving out with some pretty positive signals right "Expenses I shouted. "Don't tell me you fixed'j I undervalued his stock of merchandise The fact he has read aM .-..

James V Forrestal Secretary Rhodes scholar who served five tough years in the now." six races for 10 bucks." I in the county tax return Pegler Utb the truth .. d ....

present Navy Army, rising from buck private to lieutenant The caiph of the carnivals looked at me toler- "Of course not" the old swindler said gently. Mr. Burden will bring it up to the to him as well as many otners
has been called to fill the post. the old of the few I amount stated in the Federal return I ask .Mm If Fleeter and ctntM
"In
coloneL Shows promise in Congress. antly. phrase, you're one "The $10 is a contribution to the strike fund of S
Mr. Forrestal's war record speaks for Donald Jackson. California Republican. a personable men rYe ever met who can 'strut sitting down he the pickets across the street. Their co-operation not did not expose crookednea*. WMM
work although crookedness increase?
t That's fine detective
Itself 11. a big man. hard-working young ex-Marine with an told me. "I think It's time somebody stuck a pin made this' little demonstration possible. some people might call it He might as weD sa* w akalM.

And his background attests to his Intelligent Interest in world affairs, though needs in that swelled head of yours. Let's see-which of The radio in the delicatessen is tuned in to the 'I "snooping"-and the mere threatof not expose and prosaeuuj MHvnv-

tature.' more grooming. the facts of life shall I bring to your attention today race results every afternoon. AS soon as the num 1 his so doing may suffice to ers as the person is dead. aa wJter

A Princeton graduate he was an intercollegiate John A. Carroll. Colorado Democrat. 46-year-old ?" ber of the winning horse was announced that number bring "careless" merchants Into expose Just let them real .

boxing champion. His flattenedproboscl.s former Denver district attorney and two-war vet. The Major looked down on Sixth Ayenue out of of pickets would parade in front of the store. line. But. and this is a very big peace. The fact that we d* i_

S courageous: farsighted. is developing into a fine my office window. "What are your theories on the. For example, when I saw four pickets from your I.! but. why isn't Mr. Burden just as and prosecute narderen di... _-
U that he
mute testimony caught public servant. A-I rating. subject of horse racing?" he asked after a pause. window I knew No. 4 horse had won. And so forth."I fussy when it comes to real estate? ter many from comnuttnaf cri.
at least one good: punch and went on to win. I The documentary stamps on the Fear of
)prMfcuUon prevcnu i
Omar Burleson 41-year-old Texas Democrat. "A sucker's game, I pronounced"The bettor "Timothy. I said as I handed the old gentleman I deed will tell him exactly how
As a private banker with Dillon, Read has earned the respect of Democratic leaders for hasn't got a chance. The bookie winds up with'all his loot "if Truman were a smart fellow he'd'I much was paid for any specified murders. And the fact that

and Co., in New York he early earned his drive and sincerity, though not always for his the money. have you negotiate_ our next loan to England." I' parcel of real estate: Will he valuate !- I have Peglers been expose sent to may PI'-.hnvt .-:

partnership status through: his aggressive voting record. I it for tax purposes in accordIng terred many thousands al .....,.

salesmanship and adroit handling of complicated Thruston B. Morton. Kentucky. Republican INTERPRETING with what those stamps tell from doing crooked thlas. If aw
financial affairs. Hard-working farsighted. fair-minded is accounteda THE NEWS IN THE FAR EAST : I I him? There are Quite a few private officials would take man h.ad af
and second hand ear
I I homes
comer by party chiefs. his exposes it aiabt ... ewe'
There are many who fear Forrestal will 1 i lots on Orange Ave. which he values .
favor the Navy because of his long serviceas John Kennedy, Massachusetts Democrat and 'I at $18,000 or less but when country many -" ......

its civilian head. son of the former U. S. ambassador to Great Jap Treaty Poses Problem you try to buy one of these the And if we kept quiM bu..
Britain. Shows the same brillance as his father :I owner asks $50,000 or more. like one had passed an. the ......
We do not share these fears. We believe might later be led
though steadier. Should have a great future. I II I the parcel recently sold to Mayor to elect a dIII
Mr Forrestal far too big to put personal 3% Br J- M. ROBERTS JR. be BeardalTs corporation for $63,000. : from the same old Meek *****
Glen R. Dana Wisconsin Republican a taken as contributing to these :: U. S. money to get it going again. I .
feeling above national welfare. year-old war vet with nine battle. stars, has [AP ForeIgn Affairs Analyst result' 1|I Recent surveys indicate It is far I' And the same Is true of many !, might billion cost the U. 8 ....... MM

Fears have been expressed In In the first place there off than heretofore believed. groves valued by him for about
We applaud the choice. established himself as a savvy legislator. are indications worse .
I let the kaaw
say neanay? na>
some quarters that the U. S.. by that the invitations for'I We have destroyed the great Zaibatsu $25,000 but \\'h1chcannot be !
let's take look at the other side of the
We urge him to push for passage of the Now a initiating steps toward a Japanese tbe! proposed 11-power conference I family] companies which bought for a cent less than $100- truth so we may be kept hw. I
Universal Military Training Bill next ses ledger-the unpromising freshmen. Since more out 000 even today, when prices have would not take a paper thM *M I
be
peace treaty, might mov- went just when they did fcr were the heart and sinew of Japanese -
new Republicans than Democrats were elected to ing too quickly I gone down considerably. What has not carry his column as Ian* I
two
I } purposes. One was to attract business, and industry, and
sion.Here the House in the 1946 GOP landslide the "dead- Mr. Burden got to say about that? could get one that did
There
are the potatoes to go with the are a good many people th.atntion. of the other nations so far there has been no replace
Then there is another important EDWARD PARA.
wood" in GOP ranks is proportionately higher. who doubt that the character to.movement within the British'I ment. Complete disorganization is |
meat-of unified command.
a military However Democrats have at least two freshmen of Japanese relations with the Emptt4to form a bloc with a dcfimt -I the result. point of distinction. ..When a mer-;

they have no reason to shout about: John Bell Wil- 'rest of the world has been permanently predetermined program.A I It's going to be a long, longtime ,I chane goods undervalues he runs the his risk stock of being of Reader Agrees WMi A. R.

liams of Mississippi and J. Frank Wilson of Texas, reformed overnight. meeting already had been before this and other important '; prosecuted criminally in addition In Catholic Conto,.,.,

Making Parenthood Simple 46-year-old former president of the Dallas Bar Still others think that if the caljein Australia for the British I factors in Japan's position -' to having a stiff 10 per cent penalty Editor. Orlando Morniac .
Assn U. S, hold on Japanese affairs Is an -iheir dominions Australia and can be straightened out.Evt'n 1 added to his tax bilL But aa smnl
OF THE TIMES loosened too chaotic condI- Zealand I on I have noted with inter** mV
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soon. New with the Philippines a peace treaty won't end
TRENDS Chief Republican aspirant to the "dud" fresh- when Mr. Burden grossly under- "
between
I controversy J. W S.
tions would provide an invitation and others, have been the occupation.The antt
satisfied with the Book-of-the- man class is Charles K. Fletcher of San Diego who pressing values a piece of real estate neither A. R.
for the entry of totalitarian Communist I fol a start on the payment of reparations ., U. S. you can be sure is he nor the owner who bene- I
M* th. the Gadget-of-the-Month and other
has distinction representing the real-estate In humble
won as .
my opinion Mr &. B.
forces
whose
expansionwe ; by the Japanese. U. S. not going to get out leaving a crippled fitted by that leniency is in any
merchandising creations to create a huge i lobby much more than the 23d district of Califor are pledged to stop. diplomats are well aware who car- I bird to be picked up by the danger of being prosecuted for is given to the better use af ...

and steady market the nation over a new nia. Other Republicans In the dud class ares I The direction which Japan's industrial I ned the brunt of the Japanese first passerby. Nor is she going to anything. Only the public suffers lish. Webster defmta "ra&IIIIIi"I

rganitatton has set up a Toy-of-the-Month Edward Jenison. Thomas Owens and Richard revival will take also I war and have no Intention of being I be maneuvered into spending and apparently they have such as "universal: Punk k W___
Vail all of Illinois: Caleb Boggs of Delaware: John causes considerable concern in out-maneuvered now or lateron money which will in effect be short memories. defines "catholic" aaI 'ewiuI ... ..
.ftft. Sanborn of Idaho: Herbert Meyer and Wint Smithof certain quarters particularly in the settlement. I paying Japanese reparations to What I have said about Mr. I its primary maanla --....-..
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: For $5 thi* obliging firm will send your Kansas: Edward T. Miller of Maryland: Parke China. The Chinese attitude Ib A collateral purpose was to other countries. That's why. the Burden applies equally to the City I ant" in Wecater is dafta... _

J cfcttd!' a new toy every 30 days. Banta and Albert Reeves. both of Missouri: William I much the same as that of France I smoke out Russia with the proposal projected peace conference was. I tax assessor, and to nearly all of who denies the tnfalUMMt at SM

: Nice of them, isn't It? Nothing like an J. Crow. Paul Dague. Franklin Maloney. Robert toward Germany. They never I to hold a general conference specified as preliminary. the tax assessors in this State. Pope.
and i'!i want to see Japan reaching out instead of getting snarled up I: It can do no harm to start exPloring Apparently the policy in Florida is I Every ProteaUnt IE-- SM
make
effort' to parenthood painless McGarvey and George Sarbacher, all of Pennsyl again to dominate East Asia. again in the Foreign Ministers the tortuous path and this: Tax the merchant to the limit Apostles' Creed A p.nau. fill
(
; rfforttett _ _ _ _ _ _ vania. America's action in suggesting I Council as we have over Germany. I does not mean that we are going , tax gasoline to the limit (it's I which is "I batteve In SM Ui..
I conferences looking toward an Japan's economy is in a critical : to lose the position accruing toi the highest in the U. S. fowl, tax Catholic: Church and UM i

Ill: i iOrlando Morning Sentinel Radio Program eventual treaty, however, need not condition. It's going to cost the.i the chief occupying power. dog racing tax punch boards tax I! ion of saints."' Ttiis _..
1 'I sales (if you can get away with itl.I church is composed 01 thaa* _-
I tax anything and everythingbutleave I bers of the mystical body of JHM
! .... islet wl.o. ISIS) WO.;(740) WDBO SMI) Wl.OF.a2JO) WO HZ C74OI I Orlandoan/ To Battle CBS Chairman real estate alone! Christ, now living on ........ .
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a s.,4.llv. CullS JrelIm. _pica Ono u_ 3:4S.Olre and Tak Paul Whiteraaa _. Bojd Raeaara Or. '
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PI.uS ths Ita.'De ._..__rerm New .-. __ 4.M Ho".. Party Paul Whltemaa _N.w. ___ i sits now at the ncht hand
I' . .. 4:15: Roiue Party Paul Whltraiaa .-Studio Party For Checkers Title Former Editor of (mat,
S as ..c4Iae M T iT "''Mlt. "" Prairie Prtftrn Vogue Charlie Chaplin Should Get 'the '
r.. V--... .......--.L: : Cleck.New. _I_________ 4:30: Dr. Paul __ D A I. Pim8tudlo. Party __ Father. They have oafav-
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: Tom Ws
.*. PsInd ,,--- Wiasral' doeS .._Morntas Devotions. -- MOBILE tAP Some of the Nation MANHASSEJ.\. N. Y. tAP Mrs. Boot From U. S., Reader Says mon experience: they have Mew
in W... t'. IMMe 54.ralne DSVStaN' .Vt 5:00: Erie Seyareld __ Terry Plratea New' -___ 's outstanding checker players I born again Member af the Cktfft-
s..J..s.',_ "TT. _y.wM!.le .___.740 Club _________ 5'15 Time Out for Irate Sky Lint _-__ Studio Party will come to Mobile for the annual I!: Negro VisitorsCOPENHAGEN Barbara Cushing Mortimer formerly Editor. Orlando Morning Sentinel: olic Church
-.-.. .,.. ..... __ __ "Utia-AneaAJ.f... 8:JO Lum and Abner Jack Annetront Radio Rodeo I an editor of Vogue, and S Commissioner Ugo Carnal Bureau I may he nMammva af
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tournament
5 45 Dick of the Southern States of the
C C..4 .. PaaC -f Ds __740 ClubS Hottelet New Glee Cb Ambai Newa UnU of Immigration. Washington any erie denaavmavmBamx ar
U La sad C.-H-. ? Laua lUtTthmt ..740 ClubS === BOO UP/AP New Fulton Lewi*. Supper Club __ Checker Assn. beginning Aug. 19, I I William S. Paley. chairman of the ordered it is even possible to .he mnm
.* if.-arrn.... _- P..boeb Dnn ,.70 Club __n____ 6.IS Mlacha Bore ..... Dinner Mnal .;:In the Sportitt. I J E. Moody chairman of [API Several board of the Columbia Broadcast- ; recently Lady Iris Mount- II of tt
.S......DK5hJT5.tfutClubNuws. .__. 1:30: Sport Pac of Air Arthur Rob _SONIC for Dint.* arrangements Copenhagen hotels and many pri-' I batten out of the country by Sep none. *
C .a .a.raam thl.IS nckfut Club ..740 Club _.n___ ':45'Robt.Trout. New SpaN Parade- ""__--'Richard Rarkne announced yesterday. :vat< hOmes have refused to house 'I'', ing System were married. here I tember 1, because she passed i I I trust that I speak for<< aa mmV
W.oIS VrMkfM Club _W m.n World N"wu ron _- T -.JH;; EdlUea : UchtalB ..lI"I I I yesterday. of that
Plo us
I ? : Lloyd W. Taylor. Birmingham. I worthless checks appnetatad m. mft
Negro the amounting to *
to
Seventh
: t::: = delegates
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.. Immu.lt.lrnkls.t Club Wammni World 7 15 Bit Tewn Elmer Davla You Name It _, : Is i ; The ceremony was performed by letter of A. R.
|*. AHlt....O 4fr*.- -Tn star BtndtUnd 7 30 Mr. Mrs. North The Falcon You Name It __ defending Southern champion. Congress of the Baptist World Alliance 18505.
he lt .Anlrar natfivv .- St rB. CNekU.B'Dc-- taDcI _- 7:45 Bill..Henry _---- The Falcon Yea. -Name ItFbo -=-=-,I Among those slated to try for the the Rev.'Baumgaard Thom- I Supreme Court Justice J. Edward i i That's all right with me, as i I JOHN wta.
I.a U TM AW P a.t., Crek _Julr B rrh _, W. the People Cavalcade Muaio Yea Name It ___ title are Stenson Tnbble. Monroe. I chairman of the I Lombard Jr.. at the home of the aside from her enormous height
$41 => I" _-. .nUH!'na Pot ._B.nd.t nd -. S:IS WI. the People Orson Uelodle<< _. You Name ItS sea congress' brIde's mother, Mrs. Harvey she does not seem to [ Here's Family
I *| WrMf war*, TM Brvarata .N... .3O,Studio One .__:... Am. Forum of Air You Name It .___ Ga f W. M. Barlow. Orlando Fla.; I!,housing: committee said yesterday. have much rnioyittt
W Otfttf ..<*.. _-. TM Bmcata _B.nd.t-nd--_ "1:45: StudIo ODe __ Am Forum of Air Tour Bu li ReptziooatndloOn. Basil Case. RusseUville Ala.. ana The clergyman declared the hotel CUshing._ _____ ___'_ _ I I ability to offer as a citizen. How-; Shortage In Newsprint
I M H.tM Trees _-.Olra Drake -n.nd tand __. __ Am. Forum of Air S'mJlhODY-H-'n Maurice Chamblee Birmingham. I association let it be known i I ever. I am moved to wonder why
t .> 0oll Oat ...*.y TX M.to- -. Sunny South ort '.IS Studio On Scout About Town Symphony. Hall __ i a at the same time he does not order Editor, Orlando M..... __:
a 30 Open Rearing Olea Oar a Or. __Eye I with Romben week ago that "Negroes were not statement on its front page and I _
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long as
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14 W* FrtM ..W :lr**>* Tr **tn :::. Farm Brvit '45 Open RearIng _-_ Glen Pair Or. -ye'c with Romberm wanted in Copenhagen hotels." He ; declared editorially that the Dan overdue I may -. ....
>. C-It. nee ,..._ Oriffia ifaa on UM StreetS "io:: IBo Creebr Now. __n_ News Farm Rev Westbrook Pegler' . I added that many private homes 'ish people generally "scorn at the ot Charles Chaplin on the same I i really enjoys the DII'aW' -.
1 4, f : __ . has been hospitalized for which had promised to houseBaptist United States' attitude toward her

Baakhat 1030: Dance Orcn. __ Dance Orch. Ton Name It a I to Carol and I size
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)t S..a MartlB Block She Mrlodte i :-OO-N... ____ __ Sporte Parade _Newa __ ____ has been to h
- Sketch : -- serious and he expects to resume i back when they saw they were 'this congress of white and coI -
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41 lib Deesas Urtim Lad. Sb..U.kKlla 6k tcht. 1115 Ban Seore.-.N.WL. Joe Easel Dealca for Listen: middle D tha
11 JO TJane Orch. __ OemeOrdu ......DeaHa. for IJatea writing his column in a black. I lored. gathered by faith, gave us a I aged Charlie Is not to aaVamm
f ready
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_,. -_ Tak.* AM_ Brtd Al.Otmum ._ Bobby Sbrw Or. ifoopews .?___mUTsUa.Ott _-_. ..Nawo and Sign Off I I some betels were housing Negro guests that they had come to a the cuties. with results hardly .
e 4....., Tat All n-Ma.) Orooaa ._ Buddy Morrow Or. 12:15 DmDnc Orch.: .- to Itissocontinue : _
i delegates. land of justice. The chance
was be condoned
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ACL Supports South Florida Ports' Freight Rate Plea



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Area Seen As -I Citrus Relief ,Tuesday, July 29, 1947 (flrlaniui i&mitog gnttuiI P'fe_ SCanners t.. J 1 9'




Leading Latin Hopes RisingContinued Eye Steady Fishing RulesCrackdown Board Approves j .1


Bridge ProjectConstruction

Season for 1947-48 Set
Trade IncreaseMIAMI [ from Page 11]

Gated similar provision for the
a JACK GURNETTOur TALLAHASSEE API) Backed
benefit of the vegetable canning By BROOKSVUXE (API The raft.
The Atlantic CoastLine industry. [ Own Staff Correspondent] I by two court decisions, the Florida struction of a bridge from w.r

Railroad yesterday gave Its Walker said that while the Sen-I' WINTER HAVEN-While they aren't talking just now, Game and Fresh Water Fish Com- I Pensacola to its beaches on San 1I
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support to South florida fight ate amendment modified the pre- most Florida citrus canners anticipate a long, steady sea mission served notice yesterdayit I Rosa Island was approved b11 I I '

t tar freight rate parity with Gulf a vious policy of purchasing for relief son of operations for 1947-48 and will get underway just as will resume enforcement of its State Road Dept. Board mm 'u=

and south Atlantic port abroad only those foods which soon as they can start making Grade A juke.This I rules against netting and sale of I here yesterday.
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provide the most calories per dollar -I Escambla County Cbss -
has been the
The railroad" indicated i especially in ridge section,
representative : fish from Lake Okeechobee and
the purchase of citrus products stoners said they pfcmnnl t* replace ,
J::. C. Hicks Jr.. assistant freight dried fruits canned vegetables -lin many ways within the last few
I traffic manager of Wilmington r and similar foods fqr for- I days and brought to a point by fish dealers bridge, badly In need *f r****'. i
the the Neil-
announcement that
N. C. the eign feeding still depends upon throughout Florida were given with a new one tc; be flsMnrril '
mild railroad's
posi- '
son food index for the Pastor Files
ton aa the availability of relief funds. j l survey 48 hours to dispose of all stocks by revenue certificate N a* i I
aa the
Interstate i April-May period and projectionsuntil
Commerce
Qomrniiaioo "The Army simply does not have I of bream, crappie and perch I paid from the tolls. i
Mann Nov. 1 indicate an actual
concluded for I
Hi* day a enough money to properly feed I shortage of orange and blended Answer To they have on hand. I The road board sanctioned thplan : 'I
ICC the people in the territories it occupied Com. Direc. Ben C. Morgan said and agreed to support the <
Examiner 8. R. Diamond- Juices, and not too heavy a supplyof ;
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he said. "The present.raI I bond issue with. funds from I -
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aee%. before whom the hearing is grapefruit juice on hand when "beginning Thursday morning"anyone
tion of 1,500 calories a day is prov- KKK cambia's 80 tax sui -
I being held. described the ACL's I the new pack starts. ChargeMIAMI found with more than the I per cent gas
mere aa '"unprecented.I' ing totally inadequate and responsible legal angler's limit of bream plus as a protection ac4sut failure ,
can'trecall But probably of the most
one
a single Instance of a railroad -! Government officials substantial indications of the [API The Rev. Ernest L. crappie and perch will be arrested -I of tolls to meet: exoeetattonsWhen :
( *' ever haring agree that somehow this ration Wiedenmann barred by court injunction and prosecuted. the bonds are paM aft the j j
supported a. must be increased to 1.800 calories. anticipated long haul this coming bridge will. become pan .f the
from the St. Paul'sEvangelical I
petitioner using
for lower "That wholesalers
retailers
freight ratesOUmondsoo season is the statementsthat means -
14W fi To do this they will have to use Lutheran Churchibuilding I State road system.
commercial fishermen
aaid.i and
have been made to
.cat and foods not included in the present power or representing himself as declared. The The board agreed' to undertake ,.J
rate expert alike" Morgan
repre- i companies on the expected electrical i '
I ...'..11.... spearheading the I feeding program. The only answer I load for the its pastor, yesterday filed an an- seining and sale of fresh water a thorough check of the !ed An- :g
the be for the power year.
I freight rate j.f! Miami. Port 1 to problem may I swer in Circuit Court to the con- game fish in Florida must be clote River bridge at Tarpon \t
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of Con-
Ctee&tdes.: Fort Fierce II tR I Army to get the authority I Power companies make surveys gregation's bill of complaint. stopped. Springs to determine if R is sate
The board also:
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greeted the ftl... .
stand with food funds in less than 12 months Apparently referring to me- Two circuit judges have ruled
how much electrical current
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advance
and ask for a deficiency appropriation -! they will be called to morial services attended by the Ku that the practice is illegal and Agreed to Si.
upon supply '
Human had circulated since the I next January. ,I in given period-and while Klux Klan in the church last that we have the right to prevent County $100.000 from Us gee
hearing opened Wednesday that a June 15. the Rev. Wiedenmann'sanswer what tax surplus to finance cnaswra -
r. it, and that's exactly
is to have records not it is
"Something going these are public
aavtti nortda ports might get D said that "to allege that we intend to do, unless a higher in its water and setter sysWo.
to be done to improve our for- I I said, on good authority that the .
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same railroad support and ob- it is improper or anti-Christian court rules otherwise." made necessary by repair t*
anrera at the hearings now believe eign feeding program and whenit 1947-48 estimates are in excess of : for memorial services to be said Use of nets on Lake Okeechobeeand S. Highway 1. The eHy ef *..
is done I feel confident that !
for
at least two other railroadsthe any season some time. over the dead body of an Ameri- ., the st. Johns has been out- Pierce will assume half taw stern.
citrus will be used to '
-- rtortda East Coast and the extent.products j I Then there is another straw In can citizen is preposterous." i lawed by rules of the game commission Agreed to ask the V S 1ltttd.
rVsboard. Air' Line-may Join the :7 some Walker reported that the Brit the wind-a general hunt by some The congregation which ob- : since last October but neers to extend official fsrY".

ACL in declining to oppose South I i. ,ar ish be in the market for both I canners for more warehouse space tained the temporary injunction fishermen have been using seinesin season for MacArthur Cause*?
"1su..s's pica for lower rates. : I fresh may and processed citrus fruits I for empty cans and other supplies. from Circuit Judge George E. the two big fresh water areas to cover the penod from He*. I Ito t
liters saidAtlantic Coast' from United States next Winter Some of them want to put in' Holt two weeks ago claimed that since May when the Legislature April 30. It is now Dec 1 *.
Lin Railroad intends to acquiesce I though as yet they have allocatedno standby supplies so a coal strike. appearance of Klansmen in passed a special act designed to March 31. During thin season the
In whatever adjustment the comma -: dollars for such purchases. "I railroad walkout, or some other' white robes in the church was reopen them. bridge is opened every half near
intsrten ,. find reasonable pro-i I was assured by British officials such calamity will not stop them tin-Christian. I Both the big lake and the St. instead of for every boat to ocsf
Med tt will afford maximum reaSflnaMe -i that the proposed modification of suddenly.In The Rev. Mr. Wiedenmann said Johns have been areas of dispute to limit interference with
1 THREE VISITORS TO MIAMI BEACH see their first coconuts he had agreed to a salary of $1,200 '
*earning per car mile and Clause 9 of their loan agreementwith most Instances, canning between sports and commercial traffic.
per tan mile such as now are observed -I, growing on trees and pick a few. Top to bottom: Bobbye us, under which they cannot plants take their empty can a year but that he has not yet I fishermen for years. Decided to build a ftbanA't"'t"'t"lar
in connection with export Frankberger, Lebanon, Mo.; Alice Slendak, St. Clair, Mich.; and discriminate against us in their supply right out of the freightcar drawn that salary. He claimed the The Legislature has desig- over the Withlacoocnee
and import rates to and from all Neva Beard Oswego Kan. purchases, would not affect their onto a conveyer that putsit congregation owes him $10.200 nated them as salt water in attempts Hernando County on old ,
I plus interest for eight and a half I
Boutfeern ports. policy in buying any fresh oranges right on the canning line. to remove them from 51 to replace one which
The coast Line has no inten- z and grapefruit during the coming But in many instances big bales years service. "I labored in the I jurisdiction of the game commission damaged beyond repair. ,
Hone of discriminating against Winter. of them are warehoused.Also vineyard without compensation," which has constitutional -

peru on the East Coast of Florida;4 New Melon Varieties I "Palestine which sold the British there has been a general he chargd. power to regulate fresh I I Tobacco Sales S-i'- { I\
and that will be our position t more than five million boxes movement to encourage as much water fishing.
.whether or not the Florida East I of fresh oranges grapefruit and labor as possible to.settle down in I Halt in Fish Plague Circuit Judge Hugh M. Taylorof $128,248 at MarketLAKE i
Coast Railroad should be merged +lemons last Winter has a delega- Quincy ruled last week that -
the various communities as to i CITY IAPI Tons o
with the Atlantic Coast Line. tion in London trying to sell them the Indicated by Survey three acts of the 1947 Legislature
assure plants a steady supply. sales on the market her yeatr'day .
In sharp erem-examlnation. Reported PromisingSpecial eight million boxes next Winter The migrant canning plant worker I.. TAMPA [rAP Two aerial sur- attempting to place the two areas (II totaled 283.176 porn; bruuing '
Ilka expressed confidence that but reports received by our Gov- under the State Conservation
is being fast replaced by the ;veys yesterday showed Tampa Bay growers I128.24a.92 Avna-e
the. ACL weald ultimately In- ernment indicate British pur- permanent resident possibly i and the Gulf beaches still free 1 Commission which regulates the price was $45.28. Best .,..if.
r"... Its 1 business>> If Sooth chases of Palestine fruit not salt water seafood industry, were
[ Orlando Sentinel are
to Morning ] from
through the incentive of the any trace of dead fish which brought higher return i *tid a
rUftda parts. were given lowerrales. LEESBURG-Blacklee, Improved Brownlee, Improved likely to be increased. "rocking chair money," or unem- I,had been reported moving north- I unconstitutional. than at the close Friday with tdP
Leesburg and a melon known 124-402-019 "The British are beginning to 'ployment compensation payments ward from the Sarasota area quality leaf selling readiMto the t
as are promisingnew
However, he said he doubted if serious consideration the '
give to Americans
all where millions of them died Regain
for which he is eligible re-
i year high 50s. Tobacco also Milan arriving
the ports could promote much export varieties of watermelons resistant to wilt, Dr. G. K. purchase of canned citrus juices round. The passage of a bill by cently. Clyde T. Reed University in heavier volume m grav. .
business to Europe. Africa Parris, pathologist in charge of the State Watermelon and as a more economical source of ,, the last Legislature eliminating ;. of Tampa biology department, i Citizenship RightsTAMPA ers completed cutting aM C1II1It1
and A.... I Grape Investigations Laboratory here says in the annual their citrus supplies though the seasonality in this law is''I flew over the area and said Anna : rAP) Two native-born of their crops. f
Then how do you figure that report of the Florida Agricultural such purchases also would depend j expected to do a lot toward stabilizing I I I Maria Island near Bradenton appeared Americans who lost their citizen-
the Atlantic Coast Line is going Experiment Station. The varieties upon the allocation of'dol- the labor supply. I I to be the northern terminus I ship through participation in for- '
t* Increase Ita business if Miami lars. of the contaminated I Youth 18, SenteK
area. eign elections regained their right ,
were developed at the local sta- Free Exams
X-ray Many believe that
processors :
dneant develop this export trade However the prospect of the' I I of U. S. citizenship after taking In Office Brink
the information contained in Post
w.h Europe. Africa and Asia? tion.The British taking some of our citrus the oath of allegiance before Fed-
asked 8 II. Moerman. Washing Improved Brownlee shows Set for Students Juice is better than it has ever. the last Neilsen report which ,State School Checks I I eral Judge William J. Barker here GAINESVILLE i A P J t

ton.<< D. C. attorney representingthe definite: promise, and the Blacklee shows only a normal supply In "Delayed Two Weeks i, yesterday. They were :Mrs. Eulah Knight. 18. Newberry wax ,-
port of New York. continues to maintain its high degree lpecol: to Cr'indo' Doming Sentinel) 1 been.Walker said the appropriationby pipelines, will have a lot to do Norden Hornbeck of St. Petersburg -I tenced to two years ari. 3. i:.
-I lhla, that the South' >> ForMa I of resistance to fusarium GAINESVILLE All students. Congress last week of $65 million with stabilizing prices at retail TALLAHASSEE UPI The State i who voted in a Danish elec- tin the Federal Penitri,.*aw .
poets are going U develop j i wilt makes good size if pruned faculty and employes of the University for the school lunch program and ether levels and building up ,Department of Education reported ,1,tion in 1943 while living in Den- terday when he waived .lsM/'Ua' '
business I adequately and properly but is I assured the continued use' of orange a pre-season order backlog for yesterday that another two weeks '
Increased expvrt
a* mark with her husband and Pedro and pleaded guilty to MM :0'.11
.with. I'.eth America CentralAsaerlea I II I'somewhat later'in maturing than of Florida will receive free I juice concentrate for this the next few months. will elapse before the first'checks Eligio Luque of Tampa who votedin 1 involving breaking as** -ter .

and the Caribbean Is-, Its chief competitor the Cannon- tuberculosis X-ray examinationswhen program and that he expected the Considerable activity has been under the minimum school foun- \ the 1944 Cuban Presidential and theft at the Newbswf. ] ]JIIII.] t) a
...***.. Ilka replied.L. ball or Florida Giant he said. I I.. the Fall term opens in September Department Agriculture to ask reported in the way of inquiries dation program are sent to coun- election. fice.MELBOURNE.
.. F. Purvis. assistant manager I'I Tests have shown that yields it was announced yesterday for quotations on new supplies at from buyers aa to when the new ties. Department officials said -t
At the Greater Miami Traffic are lower when melons are by Dean Dennis K. Stanley of an early date since it has but a pack will start-but this questionis the delay was caused by the cab- ,
Men rooipleted his explanation grown on the same land two or month's supply on hand. unanswerable right now. The inet order stopping payment of
tt M e h nHfbt. rate tabu- more years in succession, Dr. the College of Physical Education He added that all of the 750.000 best guess on the movement of capital outlay funds. Original
Health and Athletics.
UUona and charts-which he had I Parris said. gallons of orange juice concen- fruit frtim the State in fresh deadline for issuance of checks
*..**.* as lIe..as I The difference was less with I. Students will receive the examinations trate used in the school lunch program form is around Sept. 20-while was July 15.
of their
sharply cross-examined particularly Blacklee than with other fusari- as a part reg- i last year ,were packed in few canners expect really to get '
I istration. The project, authorizedby
by Louis A. Schwartz, attorney I um-resistant lines but the trend the State Board of Control will Florida. underway before Nov. 1 to Nov. 10. Todd Shipyard Workers
representing the port of New!was present nevertheless. On new:
Oman I land.Blacklee yielded 8,400 pounds be County administered Health Dept.by under the Alachua super- Caldwell Names RogersAs Youth Fights Death Sign for 12 Cent Boost

per acre, on old land 7,900: Improved CAMDEN. N. J. [TAP A new
vision of health officer Dr. II
county
made from sand mixed I Leesburg produced 13,000 Interim Polk Judge j'
Olasa I* I F. M. Hall working in co-opera- After Shark AttackST. contract was signed yesterday covering -
with soda and lime. 'and 6,400 pounds, respectively; I tion 'with the State Board of TALLAHASSEE UPI Governor AUGUSTINE [UP Doctors 24,000 workers of the Brooklyn -
Improved Brownlee 10,600 on new Caldwell yesterday assigned Judge Hoboken and New Orleans
,..'n'. i land on 6,400 pounds on old land; I Health. I[D. P. Rogers of the 10th CirCUit..1..1.I fought yesterday to save the life yards of the Todd Shipyard Corp..
awn vatr amr.eua.UR ; while 124-402-019 outyielded all I as interim judge of the Polk I of Ralph Rives Jr..20.a universityof Pres. John Green of the Industrial
others on new land and old land I eradication of the root-knot nematode County Court. Rogers will preside I Florida student whose shark- Union of Marine and Shipbuilding
with 13.300 and 8,700 pounds re- i it was possible to grow for I: during the illness of the resident i bitten left leg was amputated over Workers [CIO] announced. The
AMI ftIIE lAY spectively. Brownless has been 'experimental i purposes a second Jurist. Taylor County Judge D. R. the weekend. Young Rives of terms include a 12 cents an hour
discarded as too late-maturing for i I crop to maturity during the "Partin was empowered to conduct Jacksonville was said to have a wage increase, improved vacation '
HIIITln commercial purposes." months July to October speedingup I trials and...hearings in the Lafayette fighting chance to live. He was clause and extension of old con- I - 1Z( : V---
A number of new crosses as i iI progress in the breeding program I County court for a 30-day attacked while swimming in a tract working conditions.
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canal north of here.
well as back-crosses have been he pointed out. I period beginning Aug. 1. I
Compliments ofO'NealBranch made and selection is being continued I I Crosses are being made with the $3 Million Reported
Co. I I Dr. Parris said. Blacklee toward the developmentof Third Ferry Slated I Barnes Heads FraternityST.

By application of the nemato- a melon; resistant to anthracnose WEST PALM BEACH [rAP The' PETERSBURG) [CAP J. Spent by BahamansMIAMI .qV.w .
Oiflc Supplies tc Equipment cide DD. to soil and subsequent'' Dr. Parris said.YOt1'LL West India Fruit and Steamship I Walter Barnes Gary Ind. was (AP] Gov. Sir William

- Co. will add a third ferry to the I:elected national president of the i Murphy of the Bahamas said yes- If
Palm Beach-Havana run In Au- Phi Delta Kappa fraternity' at 'terday that more than $3 million
gust because of increased freight I closing sessions of that organizaI I'in American money had been sent
SAVE MONEY JJI L. R. Bishop secretarytreasurermanager I,tion's 41st annual convention here to the Bahamas for the support of
says. j I yesterday. families of farm laborers broughtto
this country to ease the farm 1 a T

GULF PROGRAM PUSHES AHEAD manpower war years. Murphy shortage said during that the on I 4 t it
TRUCK
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..m Counties Asked To Turn Over Bahamian country. labor camps in this


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WITH. . Palatka Groups Plan

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six counties comprising the district to turn over the funds yesterday planned a mid- ,

IJ. .. they have collected on last year's levy for the proposed ,I August session to consider erecting I WELCOMES YOUPlan
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Bradenton was designated depository appropriated them. to send committeemen.
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By BOB HAYES Red Birds To Boxer AbandonedNEW Out Cubs 4-0

Tistteball may witness the greatest World Series at- Injured ,

.,,,'Ianc. In history this year.

Th prospects look good for a "subway series" between ORLEANS [UP] The managers of a New Orleans
PacersCHICAGO
tftt ankers and the Dodgers right now. and if that series 8-7 Conquest gymnasium yesterday hotly denied a report that 'a boxer For Loop

devtlops>> then all previous attendance marks will be was abandoned in a ring here after suffering a broken leg

. frartrd provided the aeries last longer than four games. I j I ST. LOUIS rAP Two Cardinal in a fight. [tAPI I Joe H.tt E. a

I has the 1.anker*, detplte Injuries that hare sidelined several I catchers. Joe Garaglola and Del I I Walter Stewart, sports editor of the Memphis [Tenn] Chicago Cub-tamer from way

aUrtb .U1 pint the M.rld Serin swig pot is almost a certainty now.stack Rice. sparked the St. Louis club I Commercial Appeal quoted an* I back. hurled three-hit tretch shutout the
t to an 8-7 triumph over the Boston anonymous letter writer as ball yesterday to
Mania till hat hi linkers winIng and nine tames out front. charg-I Dodeers winnlsK strew

a f..t thai few nested would come to pus last Sprint. There I I Braves contest. yesterday The victory in enabled a slugging the ing professional the boxer ana.had after decided picking up I Ia Rumors Claim I to Brooklyn 10 games. longest of the .......

lite JtaettN..*) .f cither Boston or Detroit the only two clubs I second-place Redbirds to keep manager in a New Orleans gym. in the National- League. bJ'8
wttfetat fc*.Ui slioUMe. ter.ha.olinc New York before October.1b.ns triumph over the stusflMUkcBruins
pace with the leading Brooklyn had been mat hed with a "hard

always a chance for those hot-and-cold Cardinals to over- II Dodgers. ened pro" who knocked him out I Jones To Quit .

*aJI. Urooklyn and aoom across the finish line to take the National The youthful Garagiola's pinch with one punch. Not since July 11. 1W 6. have tile

tAMM pennant But those chances are none too bright right now. single sent Enos Slaughter home The anonymous letter writer At West Point beaten Cubs beaten them eight Hatten times who over that has

psuucaaUrly since mild-mannered Burt Barney Shotten's Dodgers I with the decisive run after two : said the boxer. Roland Gardner,
stretch. six times during the current -
tcdsv: wtrt en top In a 10-r.ame win streak and several games to the ', were run homer out In the in the ninth.eighth Rice's had three-tied in Army Italy middleweight hobbled out of champion the ring WASHINGTON (lAP Col Charles : ... -\... .. ...-- .- season..

food en the Cardinals And Shottrn done it without kicking umpires'j i the score. JOE GARAGIOLA unassisted flagged a taxi and Russell Broshous will succeed I JOE HATTEN It was a beautiful pttefcetV

aiuin ravins and ranting, magic mirrors. etc.. which is the. Durocher''I f Ted \S1lks. the fifth Cardinal . his rap did it.KansasCity had his leg set six hours laterat Col. Lawrence V. 'BJf Jones as . Chicago's 'nemesis battle between haSten aM
$t, ,, F' hurler, was credited with the I" a Veterans hospital. graduate manager of athletics at I "I, Johnny Schmiti a pair .C Mlbanders -

), But take a look at. mhatll happen if the Yankees and Dodgers : victory and the veteran SI John- I However, Joe Russo and Charles West ington Point Post next said Spring last night., the Wash' for eight *c.re4r beebe* i--

: gtl t04tUter this rail for the annual classic.: Spahn son who had went been in after lifted Warren for a Rodriguez owners of the Gravier Jones iU.return to Washington I Gustine Gives I I loose nines with until four the in Broetfc the> .......

tartest erles attendance In previous years was In 1945 when pinch batter In the ninth was I Street Gym told a different story. : j his boyhood home to ."sit out on Srhmitz lost hU c-ta's4. ....

live TUen and the Cubs went the full seven games. The total for charged with the loss. Russo said Gardner wanted to,' )the farm and whittle, associateswere shutout and his 13th iee.
Brewers Place turn professional and that he had quoted as saYing. Walker Battle I I BROOKLYN INI ( C.ICAU r..
Hut tear as 121.1)7. When the Yankees and the Dodgers met in a The Braves scored six of their
.5,5.5' 50r05 S
agreed to let the ex-GI work out
fv* ta-. series In 1911. attendance hit 235.773. And two six-gamo runs with a fourth-inning uprising Jones has been at the United Statk3,2I> I I I :i lM&b.u5. 4 S S
that included two-run homers by in his ring without paying the States Military Academy in his I i I s.ios.bs1.i2ILa..15, 455 I ,
ete between
the Giants and the Yankees had drawn 300,000.
over 10 AllStarsCOLUMBUS. usual fee. For Bat HonorsNEW s>t_..U 31 I Sr.4It.4 4 5 5 SPtts..t'f
Earl Torgeson and Tommy Holmes on present capacity since 1942. j jt I ;
TW IMC aeries drew 3S224 while the 1923 series drew 301,430 l "The box boxing Pat Dona- !' 451I5Ipea45l1:
and doubles by Phil Mast Connie ;I was Prior to his current term of service I". ...,.rf 411 3'MeC.sI** I. a .
laird tartest attendant In history. 'r Ryan and Johnny Hopp O. LAP The hue. a preliminary" fighter, in a1 I t at West Point Jones coachedat YORK rAP Harry the I!1.:4.Brr: _......... 45152)t.5,0'f ISISSAP0..W), 5505'55111IJ,1Wib

., U lh. Yanks win this year the series will open in Yankee Stadium I 101T0. IN) aT. LOUIS" American Association unveiled its workout. Russo. former manager 1 Louisiana State Oklahomaand Hat I Walker who finished down I a: I S 1 5 lBu.50.50 J S S li.
RtI.rf $ I 1 I II SIIO.'PI.pp.f of Eddie "Kid" Wolfe of Memphis .... . I
k __ 1O. oo capacity edifice that this year has. held a few thousand' 11I4Slh.d.o4.3bS1iIa..I.w 1947 all-star squad yesterday and Nebraska Universities: But among the pitchers with a .237 I allliJ.I..a.50 i.-.5s... 50515
3S2lSM.0'.f silsi 10 of the 20 places fell to two i said. "Donahue landed a blow on friends said he had intenb
his no last continues -
than average season. iSs.I.s 5.005
L r the capacity figure. )f $.'.If I I S ..M.....'... S S I S 'league-leading Kansas the boY'S jaw. and in turning I!! I ..
teams tion of returning to coaching: to lead the National -
F Lad ever in natbush. the Dodgers hold forth In Ebbets Field ; aliloLsa..... .. : i i ; : Pt.iNoIf 5.011.35 I : i : ; S S -I City and the Milwaukee Brewers. 'j I around, he fell to the floor. I]1 ranks. hitters with an average of .348 League for I I Br,.....*... .2145V121_ I VHass Jf_. y",-*.

ritil a 19.000 capacity which also has drawn more than the rated ".M n.11 S I I I !IIodtri. .tf I I 2 Ii StIu&.t The association's annual All- (helped him to a comer and felt |I Broshous. from Atchison Kan.. the Philadelphia Phillies in games ('II.....lja. _ _ -.
I1iSS-,,_ Slopsa.ss .....
..... i his leg. I knew it was broken. I Jmtn: MOIdlesS. Os.S0''SI __
t I 1 I 4M..1.. I I S I I Star contest has been cancelledthis has been serving as assistant .to through Sunday. 'hll w. ...d5ag. t. ..... Y05'50 50.P0(5. .
Bated.. fooming attendance: figures for the season. and the heat =.: ia.sa.., 12155IP I II season so the dream team Russo said Gardner was taken Jones the past year. He graduatedfrom Despite Walker's continued hot .'.... _: PolOs ...an..: Us'
tilt Yankee* and Dodgers it's not without the realm I 4SISSIIIiIV SSSS into a room. where his leg was JMiiniltstarmta.. 1.0555 510.22 521000 'S _50N .0
are generating .
4 ,, .LI..hIIIr. 1SSSSW..a'.p 1..1 will remain strictly on paper, but to West Point in 1933 and was batting pace 10 hits in his last jiain ta ....... ifI 50 _.
according :
.f UM pCsMlblllUea that "cub*ay series" going at least six games would J.IuP0Op S I S I lR..Sh.p S S S 5.5 presentations of awards hate been bandaged. Then a drop kicking star in foot ball. 27 at bats during the week, he lost I Brookl j. fkK-aao IU'- MI 102k 0.

tfrtw upwards of 350.000 .dmwtoDS-masbing all previous marks. ,ibrs..0 IP.II0p. 15551 IllS I I planned by individual clubs any- I Russo, Charles Maniscalco a New The Post also said it was learn- ,' points of his lead to runner- H.. .... X. rtT KrhsslK 4 "tr- M>. I IS 10 ...._..
I(i Orleans business man took fcjliinin i. 541'.I <*1 55"I 4alnr 50 S
I 1111"8&1. 15555 way. ] ed that Joel B. Stephens: has been up Frank Gustine of Pittsburgh (piie-hM .. fmir bolt.5,5 _..

II I* apparent that major league clubs owning extensive farm sysIms ;loG.w.io........... 55551 1.. I .. aTwo. I Kansas City which. scored to Gardner hail a downstairs taxi. A few and minutes attempted later. appointed assistant back field whose 329 now Is only 19 points 1 I 'rr,'rtu-r Kt..a Hchm 1 ta..t.L 1"mwBarr 'nrt-...-J-Ia... 0,510'15550'. ___504

with its entire outfield. will coach at West Point. : back. The Pirates' third sacker Is f .. .,... ..
: branching j
are upon a new system in Spring training programs ... j friend of Maniscalco drove by i Tiaw: z.** A rw\mt 2 "
It T 14 14 1*| Tat.lt 4IIUflIII a i streak. '
make the most presentations, six running a 20-game hitting --
far their minor league holdings. I a I and took the Injured fighter to
-?-. .1 ohIo vlMtlni .' stared.A .. of them with the Brewers of I Another contender for the
77* New YOlk
Giants without announcement of such a policy are : Charity Hospital. I Babe Ruth Claims
-Mtvrk > Mr Kpiba la Hk.FIIMuHlnl
Milwaukee counting four stars crown Jumped Into the race as
attnftlng to group their farm clubs for Spring training. Minneapolis tor Bartlunll I. 4'k. I Charity officials, learning Gardner -: Armed Assault I II !
t 1'-1.1_ for JoIlrk .. 50 on its roster.Outfielder Walker Cooper husky New York
will M at Sanford next year DeLand has been dickering with the I D-.w.Ikd tar afrO la 5,5.CPIa&I.d I 'i was a veteran. transferred the catcher, banged out 13 hits in Nothing New About
Cliff Mapes of Kansas ,
t Giants erer a farm club training set-up. Portsmouth was at Palatka for la rik.tt I youth to the Veterans Hospital on I
I 24 at bats a torrid .542 gait durIng -
.. _. ..S.SI.I1'S-T City. Shortstop Alvin Dark of' said.
r r feet year and Jersey City has been at Jacksonville: for several years. um .. -_- -_ Lake Pontchartrain Russo week's adding 'Ted Williams'Shift
Hi IMIS 4ia aaa all-9Frnra i Milwaukee and Catcher Wes West- I the six games ,i
Grover Hartley, of the Daytona Beach i I : 5,... EIIIMt. Hire.. Riias ....... la: RUSSO said he could produce at Be Matched which !
manager Islanders 19 his
,,__...,: Jl.rtoa 1. Tivinna t. Kolsm X.Kim.U. rum of Minneapolis were unani- : least 100 witnesses who would May ; points to average j 1!
**t? ftuftaUy pasted along the Information that the St. Louis F. MrlenaW. Kiraa. Glfl..... Mstl choices of members of the now reads. 353. PHILADELPHIA [TAP) T11f'1'e'SI
mous
t Cartttiuts are In Ing U make arrangements for bringing all their .wk_ .T.,....-...... ..".: _, i_.. ........... / American Association Baseball verify his said version he of did the not story.know Johnny Mire of the Giants follows ,I' nothing new in the Williams shift.
I Ihiuk altar. Ulhttt.'
host Russo
"
lam clubs t* HayUna Beach for training next Spring. :... Ha :: Ts.,'. BXm*. at... i Writers who made the selections veteran and thatI CHICAGO I fAPl The Washing-I Cooper in fourth place at : Babe Ruth said yesterday- Tl jr !

t Daytona Beach had Rochester. Columbus and one other Cardinal Mwriricas: Sot r ....... .....: BllMt ..... i i i by ballot. I i Gardner thought was a \ was to send the ton Park Jockey Club announced .318 and Boston's fast-climbing i used it on me years ago"
P.5..o..t klxlit.k.ns I his first
Tars <
'' w
thala club there last year. I 1.Oi 5. ;_: B.s..' I I. ;.. :::II. Cs.' I Only Toledo, currently wallowing I boxer to Charity Hospital. i yesterday that it Is attempting to Tommy Holmes at .313 round 4ut The shift was designed last pear
: ........ f. Moi>(OT I. r llM .. a.... 1. match Assault and Armed In a t the first five. Others In the top by Lou Boudreau. Cleveland MMBager -
t According .. H.rtl.UwJ're trying to get other diamonds contract 1.5..' 1. mrlkaMt.. : II...... .. )I....... 2. PalM j in the league cellar failed to i, Russo and Rodriguez said they $100,000 winner-take-all race at a .i,
;10 are Carl Funllo of Brooklyn, for the Boston Red ..
** la the vicinity: of abandoned Government barracks facilities 1. 'IHI'' I. Hilt: .Tf SoP!<. U la I la place a player on the all-star i) felt Steward should retract the and
mile
a quarter. .
.i.... err Jntnuoa S la a a '_'ft.. fly JoIft... 4 In his eolumn .308 and Ralph Kiner of Pittsburgh slugging outfielder. who haMtMl-
In order that they might bring In more clubs 'perhaps aH of the I, I. 4 Inalnis' k'. elf 11......... fans ckibs another .. I .....,.. art PalM' 4 la a l''tft... "ft Brnla Columbus the other Ohio club i that "the manager and the .
C year.Aad time during the current Washington
and
1 .. I '_i... SIT Wllto. I 111 1 '118'.1.U' |dptrk of buzzards who congregate Johnny Jorgesen of Brooklyn (1 field.
l U kaiat been toe long that the I Ij ... ... placed two men-Third Baseman -j usual crop Park meeting which opened ,
ago Pittsburgh Pirates 1. : Unrkh.rdt tlaaliif vllrher: milks. Uina 1 turned Augie Galan of CIncinnati. all tied But baseball's most famous liveI -
j jl. ..,.-: Ji mana. I apt,': C.... PlaailiMl Don Land and Pitcher Charles In such places and extends La- I
j we* ,ere etpJortMf the ps lbUity of bringing the cream of their I ..rt..... ,....: tM. .n........ f,H4 Stanceu: I coldly away-refused to call an yesterday through t'at j .307. I ger recalled that in his beytMr.
; n......* fan system here for training In advance of the opening of Tho roster: ambulance." bor Day. Each handicap star would I Mire again! has taken charge of it was not unusual for a miiunr

.' |h* Major ...,.. training season. I! Paul Campbell. touisTllle. first M..: "If it's true." Stewart concluded. carry 126 pounds. j the slugging honors, regaining the i to swing his infield far to the rttM

I DUn Interested doing business with major league clubs in the Vander Meer Danny Lane Columbus Murt.u.1I. third.2lwsukee base second Dark base Milwaukee -: i, "the business of pugilism is even Robert J Kleberg and Warren i runs batted In lead from team- and deep whenever he cane to ....

future might Just u well start looking around for one of those farm shorutoD: Robert Rhiwn Minneapolis ,- filthier than we believed. Wright, owners of Assault and : j mate Willard Marshall with a total I( "Nell do I recall a game at
and Charles Kone IxiulaTille. utility I Armed have been Invited
respectively, and
: \ of 79 to 78 for Marshall I
crate training I the wMh Hi
renter set-ups. tnfleldtrs; Mapes. Jd..d: Stewart and I to Yankee Stadium *
Henry Bauer. Kansas CUT; Erie: Tlpton ; run their thoroughbreds retaining the home run leader- Philadelphia Athletics." ho saM

Blanks Giants 8t outfielders. Paul :and Wesley Albert W.strum.Roberte.StinneapeilEJohn Milwaukee Robinson To Go and Wright has accepted. i'ship>. i iI with 30. Although "Big I'' "Jack Quinn. pitching far Hw

: and Gus NisrKansaa I Max Hirsch. trainer for Kle- !Jawn" is a bit.behlnd Babe Ruth's .
Rlddlev Indianapolis A's had us beaten ta H *
Slugging Indian Pilot ... catchers, and the lol- With Benefit berg's King stable said I
Regains h. CUT. Ahead Ranch I I record: pace of 33 hit through July ninth with two out a man .s..
I levins pitchersFred : that upon his return to the East. ', ;27 In 1927, the Yankees had played -
CINCINNATI lAP Cincinnati: i Bradley. Kansas City: Phil HausItad. I "As I to bat Connie Mack
: 8t Paul Clem Dralseverd Lou for : if he finds Assault still in condi- 95 games at that time to only came
: Bout Doyle '
American Loop Hitting Lead Johnny Vander Meer. beaten In i I Tilie. Stanctu. Colwnbus. Glenn Elliott; tion and capable of a good race, 87 for the Giants. signalled for his infield to swag

five previous July outings regained -I Milwaukee, and Frank HiUer. KsnaasCity. 11 NEW YORK IAP1 Welterweight I IJ I he will recommend that Kleberg In line with Gustine's advance I to the right and play deep. The.
.
.. CHICAGO (AP] Lou Boudreau Cleveland shortshop his oldtime touch long I J Champion Ray Robinson yester-I accept the match. Into the thick of the battingrace shortstop was almost on MMsi.

"1i1 manager, has regained: the American League batting enough to shut out the New York I' Fox Tangles With i day signed contracts to go through I he now is first in total bits base and third Joe I Giants yesterday. 50. the third with his off again-on again 10- fromCinrinnaU's : shortstop's position with the ac-
jolting of wresting the lead
DiMaggio the New York Yankees. with 119.
tIn I time the home run-hitting Giants I Ii 1 round bout in Los Angeles with Yankees Stop ond baseman deep in right f>>l4.i .

carries: through Sunday Boudreau had made 100 hitsaverage i have been blanked all season. t Kochan August 8 California Jackie Wilson for thej'I Ii I I I holtz. Brooklyn's rookie Jackie Frank Robinson Baum-- :i You could have driven several

i ._ of..341. .a climb of four points during the I Cincinnati got to Mort Cooper I benefit of the family of the late 10 trucks through the hole down Uw
the i out of the top
NEW YORK [AP J Billy Fox Detroit dropped
c IIOK. iJUMargio naa slumped one for a run In the first inning on a I I : Jimmy Doyle, who died after a' 51i I the left side of the field
,- te.JJL. single by Frankie Baumholtz. a1 Philadelphia light heavyweight I i fight with Robinson in Cleveland : hitters but recaptured runs I -So Instead of taking a MB cat

*flowing in tine were TedWflBoston. Athletics Humble walk an outfield fly and Bert title contender who has knockedout I.June i. 24. I I I NEW YORK API Rookie I.I, scored lead with 85 and can- at the ball. I laid a bunt dcm the

I IPS. JJO; Oeorte Kell. Haas' single but It was a tight duel 47 of the 48 opponents he has {' Los Angeles Promoter Babe McCoy Righthander Vic Raschilast night f |! tinues .to top the field with 15 : third base line and all but ......

I '.trott. J27. Oeone McQulnn. White Sox 5-3 between Vandy and Cooper up to t faced, and Georgie Kochan. a New who has been trying to get, won his fourth straight victory: stolen bases. Enos Slaughter of to first as the tying run
I *w York. J13; the fifth when the Reds scored York barber-belter will tangle ina I the fight signed for the past two> since his acquisition from Portland i: St. Louis Is first In doubles with the plate. We then went on to -

Jbrney McCosft PHILADELPHIA I AP] Hank 1 twice.Rellefer Joe Beggs yielded 10-rounder in Madison Square weeks, announced that the bout of the Pacific Coast League : 2Z and the Phils Walker has 10 I in the tenth." .
fourth In the sixth Garden on Aug. 8. the 20th Century Olympic by pitching the New York Yankees triples.
Angeles
ft*, FnUadelphlaI Majeskls sixth home of theseason. a score on i I will be held in Los -
also 411; Bob run doubles by Augie Oalan and Eddie Sporting Club announced yes- Auditorium on Oct. 28. in- to a 5-1 triumph over Hal New- I The pitching feat of the week, of
coming In the ninth inning I Pacific Coast Head
I I>.11111". r. siLoala. with Pinch-Hitter Gene' Miller and Clncy picked up a final terday. In their last meeting Foxcame I stead of the originally scheduled : houser and the Detroit Tigers. A''I course was Cincinnati Ewell ,
tally In the seventh on successive off the floor to flatten date. I crowd of 64887 admissions Blackwell's 16th straight victory
JIO: base : I Sept. 23 paid !)I
Handley on and one out :
Johnny fesky singles by Hatton, young and Haas Kochan In seven rounds last ApriL saw the Yankees increase their :j I over the Phillies Friday boosting J Lists Loop's Goals
lead theIdle
Wrist Infected | American League over
Boston and bike
5 to 3 victory over the Chicago I I LOS ANGELES [API) Tb s.-
IIIW nlll $ CINCINNATI and his won
4 I 45)sSrh Board lead. season |
ArpUnc, ChiesF White Sox last night. It was Relief I s\ aSCII. Michigan I I CHICAGO CAP Claude Passeau, DUIIOIT Boston IA Red. I Sox NEW to YOItK 10 games,A) i and lost record to 18-2 for a .900 I mediate goals of the Pactfie C'eeII' *
F ..tsth301..nd 111.11,1. I S S I I 5.hI'of I I S
4 S
_ Pitcher Russ Christopher'ssixth Titular Bout veteran Chicago Cub pitcher was .5,55.' uSeS. League. Pres Clarence Bowd
'a..n' t. S I 55l0's..55 I 1 1 I IT0000'.d Okays I percentage.
Dfcr: Wikefield.Boston. triumph against as many a' I a .......110 I I I S I confined to the Illinois Masonic I....' 451l25n..25 41511 ,I indicated yesterday, are frc.ifrom
.2).. defeats. (1..1. t. I I 1.,.... I" a S I II IWC'.P.ft DETROIT [AP] The Michigan i Hospital yesterday with a minor' .".11..1..of1..11. t 451155.5 5 r 1 H'.Ist..f.,.., 4 45155 I I 1 I the player draft and a new

PeskY led in _ _ CHICAGO.t A1.. I, PHILADELPHIA..a.sPsh.tJb |A| 1 24a011s1LIISSISO.iss.If$11155.4 alliSI,0'k.lt aPSIS State' Athletio Board by unanimous infection of his left wrist. He is I ".111" 4 1 I I I IIM.l.,4 I 5 1 I I I Winter Major Loop classification higher tnaa the
sb sI
)%ft.s. with 119 vote yesterday authorizeda to be back in uniform M.1li..t SSS1IM'Uia.2b2iSSl
I I I WoC.-IrJJr 4 S I I I 1IS1lMM10. 45525aS. expected ......, ISSISWJuaso,35 25551 American Association and the International -
His trammate A.**as.a I I . tl_.. i..is .' SSIIIMIUs.s., $5212. 15-round featherweight title I within a day or two club officials (!It....... I. I I 1 1.U. 1 I I 1 Iself. Proposal Revealed League
I. I S.S
Ted WUllanu. I i".rI..If 4 4SIi.vsIs..f S III :1..1.$ 4 4)5Yet.1b 1 514 S I MC.mr.p.W-I.... I I S S 5), fight between Champion Willie said. The Infection a periodic : .., 155 1 S'Rbs.os..' I 5514sw.a Under theee conditions: we

led m runs with Pesky "'II....., a S I S SI.1..aa.d" I S S I S .: .....P.. 555551a..dy. / Pep and Challenger Jock Leslieat ,, occurrence resulted from an old "..._.. 55515)p.50stp 1. oSSftutsLp, $1511 I ST. LOUIS UPI A proposalfor I might gain major league Mat** m
7.. and runa batted In. with 71. k..a.di.t3SS5CR., 45112 j, 555151IGbar Flint Aug. ZLStetson gun wound. j eight-team Winter major
,K.l..25SSI ltS.4..2b: 22S i % I' 2 I SIH..p 2 5 I 1 1)bHIcb.us ) an i five years, perhaps leaa. and ...-
. and also led In homers with 23. ,-,-.. 5SSlIhIta.dI.v' SillS I I a . Y.. ...... a I 1 I I S S 1 _____ 1 league on the Pacific Coast was I bly longer. Rowland Mid tit a
; Boudreau had clouted the moateoubes27. ........ ilSS1IMse.LSl. a I I 1 a I -; .""! '; ,. .. ---S-21--II Tool 21 1 r. I revealed yesterday by J O Taylor I statement to tte
aHMlsta I I ,S S .,..".......* I S I S S v.5.,. 35 ToRI ii 22 i1i 1 7' II I 5 seeking clarify *
Dave PhUle), Chi- . .... I Gets Star Golfer- A-r.-d. 1' leift I. 510.5EsSal Spink publisher of the Sporting
ItkWfer.* 9999 11 aohai.. 9 S I -1.1. lots 101. F' K. Cs.vw IsIII ,... coast loop's aims."Population .
a roftltie. and Mickey Vernon I\ 1 I .... 0M.s.ef ja I 515.p. News.
i iof I .., growth win he the
1 Taiala ts TTitHSI' ,..1. U I T IT a-li.aIsd. .. &-..., Itt 5,5', '" 1a01g.: I
of letter
Waahlnium. the 1946 batting I t_aaa eat s_ viaaial roa acarad 1'1 I 55,. 5v IR......:. I twraii -. aa. aaa .!-1 I I He released the text a one and only yardstick at our
leader bAd the moat triples nine S-.Sk.d!. fur tiaram tt pta t.0 Tot -- .. __ SIP 550--I Thanks to Dad and Brother ,\aw Tar __ u.11 411 eos written to Baseball Com. A. B. climb he
- upwards add
k-raa far Suder la 11sw. I ct..i'.I _ : _.-:_:: Ml lSi-'I j jI I- ansi ...11. Mara Buns fcan..t la: I>IW.I. ..- Chandler at Cincinnati recommending -
spite ( ... ._ _._. _. -._ - Krr..: x_ Hans tmnmt lob Rsu t. sla Bnra. Undril Maxt T -hw. kit: I
DlQtcter stole no bases during / rSIi.d.Ipls _ .__ **l ."' ***-< I H.n'. Mlltar. T...... kits: )I. (T..j NEWINGTON, Conn. [AP] The boys in Gracie Lenczyk's -!!-I H_..-.. Haa>a itiru I LimtrH. 11 arrtfh': Mrj j I that three games be Sunspots are tornadoes that but
I brar: : Kall...,. Tart. MajnU. R_.. katmllai G.,.. t. II..... Millrr, fimkla, plus: SiMlsraMlUrr truli.. Dwkla p4a.: kni axl CaHraMn Un played a week during a two-month .
the week but held his lead In that I Mo''ai.l. ......... Tata. Mrar]. la T_. "'.'&MO. *.p'.y la MIMI Zlwrara family who pay her golf tourney expenses declared 1 'I I I 55 ka.n imraft It. Nrv Tar 4. ss... aa from Oct. 15 to Dec. 15 I as long as months..
deportment with 23. fta..,. M, md I. Tark. S. !'bit..*. Tva-l<... ta Ts .. R..... limara. Ton.: &.... ...11.: lush. 5, Sornnnrr t. 51,1, lls, : Raarhl season \ ---- - -
Met. Harder. Cleveland hurling kits: MunU. MK-sUv.. Tsta.' Hosw ....: Mamat. Rlt .r .. Mis*. tn kun: Nw Y-. 4. a dividend yesterday.Dr. t. Nfaknuiar. I. Wll I UtrhM. ".._. I "to give the Pacific Coast a chanceto
Haertttr: ...._... O-ubto. .!.": H..k.rI tarlmiaa a. BaMa an kails: t."Mi 5. TaadarMrrr Ted dentist rRavftl, I. tJBBlraa: Il-nt. "raf''. 51.1.10.4 aiM show by their patronage how
VTteran. continued' to hold the lead T"t' JoaK .. ". ., u Tit*. Lot IMMklr I. 51,10.0',: ranprr 4. Tml Mnr S. I< Lenczyk Newington and Ensign Rudy Tlaw; 1 I'A AltrxOantx, 41.551 ..i4- Best Trailer Shop
In pitching with an average of s *. rklU-tp. .. na... kalln: *tUrtabu R...: arT M. I'aos.r 4 ,. I _I.... .tr* S tm I Lenczyk of the Coast Guard surprised their shy sister one : much they are" Interested In major ,
........ ball.
4 en Hanra t. aut: kHanra league
437 on six victories and one defeat 4. .., Mct..... t. Hits, art MrCahaa. tta 1 Inc I'*altrlor: fcannaclir 3t, a.:.1. 1.I.mum K.MM I Klrvarr.la L BraIII I r--I or tne country's finest goners, by< : : Failure To Weigh In Spink suggested that the Coast EXPERT REPAIRING
I uwian (IMM avt Ia ....f. t.*kwt her
Bob Feller his flreballing aa4 TIaM telling yesterday afternoonthat
Maaarkarlk. : 113 Ast'.4 I
ks 1. .CT H._ tm .. on Maltsbrrsw' tta I.IS4.A1oureoLesnevci. : I. had saved $1,000 to defray the expenses Cancels Miami Bouts League arrange for teams at San 2225 w. Wa"hlnltoG
had five strike- sufficient funds avail-
teammate more 1 a. Wataa. atarivri Cbrtamvtirr l**&* were Francisco. Oakland. San Diego,
ota during the seek to boost hisleacueleading :' kttrkm MaHsbrrsOT. I'..11I.r.: ..... >nswsaa I able for her to compete In the of a few trips. MIAMI fAPJ Sec. Billy Regan i. i Sacramento. Los Angeles. Holly- Dial 6894au
Mobavaa. Tbs: 1:ii. Attnaaacc. r.3;;&. / // / When Rudy heard about it. he I ( Winter Garden RoallI
total Western
to IlL Women's Amateur. the insisted of the Miami Boxing Commission. I, wood. Beverly Hills and Long I
I on chipping in too. sayingit
I Canadian Women's Open. and the yesterday called off the entirefight \
Bout Not To Be Aired belongs Beach.
to the corporation. ,
With Pleasure National Women's Amateur. card scheduled for Biscaync
I NEW YORK AP] Boxing |\I They'll never forget the high Arena last night when three of the I D1LLMAR SIGNS UP
"And Grace. they added spot of 1946. the day when fOR DEPENDABLE
fans who want to see or hear preliminary fighters failed to appear PHILADELPHIA IAP1 Howle I
Breaks' Track Mark I the Taml Mauriello-Gos LesneI I you can return to college ibis Grace defeated Babe OidriksonZaharias. for |
weighing in and
physical
l Dallmar. playmaker of Phila-
I, CHICAGO API Brolite Farm's I vleh bout at Ebbets Field Wednesday i I Fan. we'll see you through." The Babe. BritishWomen's examination. I delphia's ace Basketball Association RADIO SERVICE

( With Pleasure smashed the six- 1 night will have to be The dividend they explained, champ hasn't been Joey Barone of Pittsburgh and I I of America champions last sea- CALL

furlong track mark yesterday there in person. Promoter Andy I was "sort of a reward for the way beaten since. Joey Longo. of Baltimore featherweights t son. yesterday sent in his signed

while scoring: a half length vic- Heiderreiter said yesterday that she has been playing" Grace has her sight set on the were scheduled to meetin > 1 contract for the 1947-48 cam- ASSOCIATED 5300

tory over Dixiana Stable's Spy there will be no radio or television I The 19-year-old Newington las- : National Amateur crown. She is the main event. .. paign.

Song in the $22.400 Quick Step, broadcasts of the fieht sie was "thrilled no end" by the I j| a mighty hitter from the tee
which is being staged for the II driving with a wide slightly closed
stakes at Washington Park.A news from Ted and Rudy who I II -
crowd estimated at 19.000 saw Damon Runyon Memorial Can- I I get a big kick out of the "kid sis- I'( stance. Her iron play is quite accurate -

tee Fund.Belloise. ter." i iI i especially with the longer I I
the opening ot the 31-day meeting. I i "
With Pleasure's time was 1:094/5, She plans to compete in these irons but she cannot be classed F i- t WRESTLING
as yet as a top-notch putter. Unlike .. I
fifth of second better than the TONIGHT
I a a Signs Up tourneys and transfer In Sep-
i she is
most golfers a
old record. William Hells' Rippeyfinished I tember from Arnold College at women
third. four and a half rTo,I Battle Hostak Milford which she left midwaylhrough I:I rather fast swinger. On her. it : LEGION ARENA I

lengths behind Spy Song which NEW YORK lAP Eddie Walker I her sophomore year I looks. good also has 8:30: i
Ted and Rudy-Grace
was the even money favorite. With manager of the New York middle- several months ago to John B. Sponsored by L
another brother and two sisters-
Pleasure and Spy Song shared top. weight Steve Belloise. announced Stetson University a DeLand
weight of 130 pounds. yesterday he had signed for a Fla. are confident that Grace willi : I
110-round i realize her goal soon. : AMVETS Orlando
match between Belloise The boys would prefer soft-ped I Post No. 13 I
and former middleweight champion .
Major Leagues Open -
aling the info about how
Al they'vebeen I .
Hostak. in Seattle Aug. 26.

'48 Season April 20 Belloise upset. Georgie Abrams by chance chipping to play in in"to the give big Gracea tournaments CONVERTIBLETOPS ; f FEATURE BOUT

stopping him in six rounds In his
Dir. Charles "
NEW YORK 1UP1 but their sister feels
Segar of the National League last start. "it's silly to keep it a secret." For AL MASSY VS MRS "X"

Service Bureau announced yesterday j "If it.wasnt lor them I never FORD MERCURY I I
-i-t; i that the 1948 major league II Six I I would be able to play the golf 1 2 out of J-falls-90 mln. time limit-Winner take d..

baseball season will get underwayon Baseball's Big do," says blonde bronze '125- BUICK CHRYSLER _

April 20. six days later than. It (SF A'.ciatsd Poe.) pound Grace recent victor in the PLYMOUTH PONTIAC 4 2 Other Bouts
did this year. The date was agreed Three leaden In each leaf...) I
Player .4 Clufc ak k Women's All-American Golf at .
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upon at a joint conference of National Walker. Pbilllea 90 328 SI 114 .3.. Tam OShanter. Chicago, finalistin and Other Makes Tommy Nilan TS Bill Studdum
and American league heads. 1I..d.. .... Indians 112 211 3 44 100 .341 '
OIJo1...... Vaokeea tl: 349 71 111 ..3Jawun. the Women's National Collegiateat I .:t Ted Bell :TS Bill Richards
.... Red Sax 93 3O* It 101 J30Oastlne. Columbus. Ohio and medalistin 539.50I
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PU. 94 363: II 119 J39 '
Iu o ,.._.... c........ Qlanta 77 297 S3 51 J2i the Women's Western Open at I SID Extra To the first 50 Ladies
..... Batted I.H..I Atlanta. Ga. "In fact;' she empha
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'Shrapnel-Immune' Hurler1:r Erratic Senators Drop 5-3 Game to G-Men




I \ May Give A's Needed Boost t lI

.. r Tuesday July 29 1947 rlattZui g7 -J
Sloppy Play burning fcttttlnrl P )

I, WILLIAM A. SHIRES I

ATLANTA [Up!L]"A.'e.i. big Press blond Scorn Writer southpaw pitcher whose New York Clamors for Nickel I Ike Williams' ,

'-IIHt- act PreliminaryBouts ; Behrens Sweeps '
I badly mangled: by German artillery during Costs Orlando

: ....a.,,i2tTf...T tMt It.-doctor to pennant thought: and he World's would never Championship walk again for World Series-May Be Its Last! Managers Call Him


"** $fc<-Mf- -'hUi. -Athletics--next He year.is 22-year-old Leland Brissle 5-3 Decision (United ly STEVE Press Sports SNYDER Writer FurnishCard's 'Caveman Champ' First MatchesIn

NEW YORK [UP] The Big Town, which hasn't had a SUMMIT: N. j. IAPI ike wu-
who Is almost certain to set
a new
i pennant winner since 1943, is pulling hard for the Yankeesand Items the Jersey jolter. who will
Chicago Man strikeout record in the South Atlantic The Gainesville G-Men linked a
Dodgers to carry on a fine old New York baseball ColorBilly meet Bob Montgomery in a dou- Junior
League during the next two dozen hits with live costly Sena- PlayKALAMAZOO
tradition-the nickel) world series. ble lightweight; title match at the
weeks.'Already the six foot four : tor errors and poor baserunning I
But if they fail to tangle in the Fall, the nickel series Philadelphia Municipal Stadium
inch. 200-pound Ware Shoals. S. to take a 5-3 decision from Orlando Kinard landed just two
f AP AD tltt favorites -
Seeks Title Bout may be lost for a long time to< Aug. 4, is a "caveman champion"in )
C.. athlete has set a new loop here last night at Tinker Field
come regardless of how future < steaming right hooks-one to the the eyes of his managers. In the NattoMl ......

I strikeout record for one game and before 839 paying guests.It pennant races turn out. The city'' body and one to the jaw-to scorea Williams is the National Boxing Championships sailed .M.. ..

I CHICAGO AP i Promoter Harry has become the mainstay of the was the generosity of the hopes to boost subway fares from second round knockout over Assn. title holder while Montgomery third round of play at K.1a....-
,
.$1... Mtd rmttrda? he had the Savannah Indians mound staff Senators particularly in the late is the recognized lightweight"
....... .* a iwiup of with 16 wins and three losses. innings that enabled the G.Men five to eight or 10 cents. Last Dave Stewart of Spartanburg champ: in Pennsylvania and New College yesterday as ... &,NII

I I .. CIItIIa. HMHtmrn "outatand'I luaran- 'I "Big Lou" set his heart on to preserve their Florida State nickel., series was between the S. C.. last night before slightlyover York. Herbert 'BuddyBehrem s, ...

... a HAOAOO pie for a prospecJ5 major league baseball six years League lead. And it was that same Yanks and Bums in '41. 800 yowling Legion Arena Speaking as a team Williams' Lauderdale. Fla., steamed this .......

.. .*...* HUddlem eight' title bout 'I ago as a freshman at Presbyterian generosity that deprived the Sen- Jack Kramer U. S. and Wimbled co-bosses. Frank "Blinky" Paler- first two match* wMfe. _

..._..'#..i new' rhampton Rocky i ii I College in Newberry.. S. C. ators of a chance to go ahead of on singles champion: has fans.Phil Orr. game little Winter mo and Frank Palumbo. have this of a game.
.....> and Tony Zale here I' It was there Connie Mack's the DeLand Red Hats who were the tennis fathers slightly wor- Park battler pounded out an to sayabout their hopeful: Behrens stampeded pt ...

.... ft_. scouts spotted him and signed also beaten into third place in ried because he prefers to rest 'S $ six-round decision over Tony easy "Talk about Jack: Dempsey Tongg of Honolulu and o..wy

)4&n ..Id h eaent' a telegram him to a contract .with a stipula- league standings. during the current grass court : Gruttadara In the second main being the Manassa Mauler In Thomas of Washington.. D. C. .

.. ki.... Ohn. New York. who tion that he could finish school. I I The last three runs counted: tournaments in the East. .Fran-I I [! event bout. his heydey. or Mickey Walker 6-0 6-0 scores to mark hJMK M

....... Qraxtano. offering to But the war came along and !I by Gainesville came as the dii kie Parker skipped the Summer : 7'E All told. Promoter Doug Barnes' being the Toy Bulldog or Tony the man to beat for Use tIne vacated .
Ml immediate f'a'row'any' almost ruined Brissie's major i red result of errors. circuit last season and in defense i third boxing show provided Galente the Night Stick and '- by Herbie Flam of 5c....,
:
....-i*.. the champion' would I league.ambitions. An Infantryman Ed Davis who went the distancefor I of his U. C. crown badly enough action to satisfy all concerned Rocky Graiia.no the Rock.: You Hills. Cal.. who gradual** '-
.... fww the "".000 figure. The' he had both legs shattered by Nazi the Senators., was cuffed for showed his lack of competition. but a well-matched pre- haven't seen' anything yet until junior competition by page ..... ...

........ MI. dhe presumed' Rocky shrapnel In the Appenine Moun- seven of the 12 hits the first three Kramer. however figures the liminary card set the pace. i you watch an entirely different limit.
...... demand 40 per cent, or ape I tains in December. 1944. innings and then settled down to rest will do him good before his The type of Williams In hh clash Bchrens, who was runne...
publicized between
......**.,. .....000. baaed on the Doctors feared they would have hurl effective ball the rest of the preparations leading into the Davis Orr and"grude"Gmttadara go with his hated rival. Montgom to Flam a year age had p4
to amputate but more than 20operations challenge round. probably ery. oe company: In the way of ttiffc
I-.. i**. an dtaxes deducted.' ;way. Cup failed to materialize because '
H..MI who and a pair of steel against Australia. He has had a chiefly Ike Is a caveman.: no matter (ly-regarded competition at ptey
Mid
the fl-ht could braces! saved the legs. Brissie returned I The Senators on the other steady diet pf tournaments since Gruttadara. who appearedto how you look at it. He is relentless : hit the third round.
mu.d .
in Wricley Field or i hand rot eight 1 hits worth 13 be slightly out of condition
| Tony Trabert of Ciw n..t\,
"""-' Par*. to the A's Spring training coming East: last Winter to win against his sparmates and he
dd not IdentityPVT1kIIS camp this Spring. bases off the combined offerings the indoor title. I i was never able to get going is giving vent to his feelings as to newly crowned Western

..*. and Mid an exact Mack liked the stuff Brissie 1 of Don Coker, a southpaw, and Now it's the Giants who are i against the Winter Park product how an ordinary fistman will fare who drew a bye Into the _
e.iqId b* art later.' his successor Walt Biles, but after the first round. round of Den Sch
disposed
showed In bearing down on battersby singing that familiar Flatbush retrain -., I against him.
I putting his entire strength behind their erratic base-running and "Wait 'till next year" The"!i L. ... I Orr scored three knockdowns, "The way he feels about the ler of St. Louis.. 6-1. '.2 a ..

Eastern Grass his portside serves. His blazing -' sloppy defense nullified their early pennant fever stirred by .. t.t one in the second and two in the Bobcat." the two ring brain trust- first test here.Secondseeded. .

; fast ball was unusual for a effectiveness at bat. the booming bats of Mire Mar- fifth. The rest of the time Grut ers continued. "is really unprint- Richard. .Mod .
I The G-Men took a two-run lead died their dous of New OrlcaiM ......
lefthander. shall and Cooper on tadara grappled and clinched his able. He will be there to tame that -
Tourney : While in Spring camp. he work:, in the first. Syd Johnson singled. current Western trip. Experts with S way through. meek kitten and give him a brutal Wailer Horsley of Rfctom -"
Opens ed' to develop his fast breaking took second on Dave Burke's Infield the Polo Grounders figure the , iM Stewart a clean cut youngster: going over." in another second round ..... .
curve but the stretch in Army hospitals out and scored'on a double- Giants need only a couple of finIshing , appeared to be on his way to giving which play followed st,..., W
Saturday had left him stale and Mack steal play that sent Rusty Morgan pitchers to win it next year ? Beltin Billy some trouble In form. '
dropped him off at Savannah for who had singled to third when because the club still can be the scheduled eight-round: main Investigation Shows Behr ns. .who .Imt I. Her***

OfUNCir N J fAPl With seasoning as the Athletics moved Red Abreu's throw went into the classed as a "young team." event, but the fight was over i Flam of Beverly lUlls. CaL .in

... ft I tw top playrra In the North. 1 outfield. Bob Thorpe's single. Hats off to Pittsburgh fans who within just one minute and seven,Steinecke Was Not last year's National Junior It-
$, arheduled to take part. The staleness wore off after two. 1 scored Morgan. still are supporting the Pirates seconds of the second round. nals. thus strengthened. M, p*.
.. IItMNm OraM Couru Tennisfshps games both of which he lost by i Orlando scored one run in the despite the excursions in and out S 5r Shortly after that heat opened. : 'Bodily Removed'SoeLol 1 sition as most likely IH1 ...**.-
are scheduled' to heartbreaking decisions. One was fifth when Coker lost,control and of the cellar . There are strange Kinard smashed home a left hook sor to Flam who has passed H..

... ...... war Saturday at the lost when his teammates could account the Senators muffed their chances goings on with the Yankees this that shook Stewart and when the to'Orlondo Mor: '10 ntinll ; junior age limit and. U l 1..fIIM. .
for two with a base running blunder. season in contrast to the old big SILVER SPRINGS-Bill Stein- to defend the crown he teak two
...... L*.n Tennis Club.Aksh only hits while he youngster bounded back. Kinard .
i GAINESVILLE: I ORLANDO inning days when Joe McCarthywas ecke DeLand manager now under in .
years a row.Lome
Ute M'f'dll\ll' have not S as pitching a six-hitter himself.He aNrhSa: abehi. sank hal right deep into Stewart's
b.. HMMttsrvd. the top spot lost the other by a 1 to 0 score ''Ioh.....,.f J t :a t iLyb.,4." .. N Ibsrh.b I.' manager. Bucky Harris and tummy. As the South Carolinian ;suspension until midnight Saturday Main of Vancouver.: B C,
although he fanned 13 ) t. S 1 \I..i.IIt: 4 N S S t Charley Dressen the Yankee strategists for his.conduct at Palatka: last Canadian Junior champ and Mp.
.ill batters. <
rammed
to to Ted Schrocdrr.Cwp : tumbled Kinard
I l)3..w.... over.
52244G.n..Uf 4S1i1.Thrnp.f both are devotees of the < Thursday night was not "bodily seeded ..
player. gst
\ foreign ..
Then he started
Pro or Oardnar MulB winning and 4i12SuiI.2h :31111ml. home his right and it was over
,
.. ..on the Sea Bright won 13 straight before he lost an- .""". S114iR..l.f his. hit and run. percentage system. | ", as soon as Referee Wilbur StOkes'! removed" from the field it wu well with a first roundS. M
E..I" I" ill iTh.f ;0. It. Only one thing remains the same announced yesterday by league victory Gerald ),toisa.... .
over .
_*.., .U.t ...k Prank Parker other. He set a new league strike- LoI..01.I'. t i I 1 i "'_'..1_ t N I 114 i I -the Yanks are winning HOMETOWN BUILD UP: could count to 10. investi- '
; headquarters following an 'of Coral Fla.. aM OS
.d in UM fmaj.Tararr. out record for one game by fan- I c.s. Zi2lYAh..... I I t :a In the preliminaries four Gables.
.!h.iie. I..J.rt'd rhett. Issp..deNl ning 17 Macon Peaches on May 29. ........ 4iSifl.l.p 21555BIk.p Paavo" Nurmi. one-time "Flying I Warming up for a game rousing tusstls.! all scheduled for gation made at Steinecke's request Bogley of Chevy Chase. Md.. wsi.
S liii Finn. thinks Britain will have a
,. .....'lr t* treatment. His official record to date shows i -----1 1I | tough time putting on the 1948 Pitcher Bill Voiselle of the four rounds, Richard Varnedoopened ed fifth stepped into the ..-.
180 strikeouts T,4.l 11 SUIT 111 ToI.l. U. I:7 11 Boston Steinecke was moving toward round with a 6-4. 6-4 trttwnpfc ...
bat ..Hhdrawn M. entry.k in 161 innings ,I _. I Olympics. "Recently in London I i Braves displays his; the card: by gaining a the '
and from the
by h.nthi': I II dugout away James Kawaoka of HoaetakLLakeOrange
".. Kramer. the other U. S.Oup less' than 36 strikeouts away from c.1..iu.. -- - -- 5h KMOrlind .I-S saw their rehabilitation work has number 96, one of the highest four-round nod over Joe Stewartin field at the time Police Officer
the league record for a I __ '511 *11 Ml-f "
Pagis tuc. will continue his season.In Errant ...... >,.;' ,.. KnOTt., THllmim, not progressed very considerably. used on uniforms in the major an old-fashioned slugfest. 1 Ray Hogeboome took him by the
.*. He* to the doubles where he | addition to his pitchingperformances I L1t>n1l .. team with firnroeder.! Other his hitting Is styl > ........ I4hi.4. Monn. Turn*. T..--ku willing to take over the games leagues. Bill doesn't use that TKO over Howard Arrant- when ,

1.11': wfs entered are Don XIcnattonal ish. He's .won several. of his own ,, klu....:...Jtertl.I, Ktatai 14_b.....M..:Thro lotmoit.. Tkrrvkw.M..,,.... HOTU M.1t. only three years after the end of number by coincidence. His Arrant failed to answer the bell league morning.official Acting here State yesterday League Heads MeetTonightPresident
.... champion& in 1940: I ball games this year with timely !. LrkruxL. BMTlfk: Manalnc. IMmhl Un: the war.' Nurmi said Helsinki will hometown is Ninety-Six, S.: C. for the third round after being Pres. Syd Herlong Jr. ordered ,I
Mi Tatbett. Bob Ed bingles and when he Isn t on Bern w Rotorum i. .Loft... k.'e>: liuimruir' have hard time I I I i J. B. Haynes .f MM
Palkenburc. enough putting on floored in the second by a mighty I
.
I OrlMri* Ii. BM kiln: fit I>. .. l. "" the
M4VUR and Panrno Begura. Oth- mound he's Savannah'snumber fi>..... T, elf Blips I. Ktruck tot: ky D.". .. the 1952 Olympics.New right hook. days from Sunday. July 27 whenHtrlong's Lake-Orange League h** ealed
.. d.e oo the firing line are one pinch: hitter. BUM L Hit: art Coktr. T In t 1-1 burins.. Xrax York's football Giants Jimmy Laedeke, upandcomingOrlando Investigation revealed i I a special meeting of the dlrrcOM

iffmmif. Oreenberf. Gardner Lr14. The A's still have first cafli-and rltrhn: .15 D.rU.Rib* 1 Winning In I 1-1 Inliui. 1?<*na.-*. wild lmpirn I which lost Frank Filchock and I flyweight pulled the surprise that Steinecke admitted having for 8 pjn. tonlffht at the Mt DOT

. Vletor Beixaa. Earl CocheD.rtd Lou Brissie might give the surprising -> : : i>.*I. utd Ko.ll I-r., .: 1:15.: I! Merle Hapes as a result of suspensions Saints Humble of the evening when he staggered used the "vile and obscene" language .I Chamber of Commerce .... t*

KsnaleiJit and Jack Tuero. A's a pennant and world's I following the attempted : Eddie Alverez of Tampa in reported to Herlong by um- I discuss league busIness.I1GllOw40ERI.

tsi the wetnen-a division It is championship In 1949. Motorboat Racing fix of the playoff came with the first few seconds of the openIng pires and fans alike. I

Mt known if Ooria Hart who the Chicago Bears, will bring in i, round and then rammed home

..kid add eswwklerable luster to U.S. To Take Own Trophy Stolen 11 new backfield candidates this DeLand' 8-3 ; two more swift blows that left Ladies To Play TodayBlind I
.. yrenitt field will arrive from I Fall in hopes of repairing their ? I Alverez reeling!: and caused Stokes I

....p. M lime for the compeu.Margaret Food to From .Restaurant offense . The Basketball i to stop the fight bogie competition for both"I AlI2PARI
-. Oaborne who arrtwd OlympicsNEW I Association of America reshuffling ., i In what .would have easily nine and 18 holes. a low net prize
Irwss Europe Saturday and YORK (API America will FREEPORT. N. Y. API The its membership after four :: -I O.T--! M---g; ;;: Sen-ieH I, proven the' best fight ,of the contest and a putting event over '

aa. added attraction: In any participate in the 1948 Olympic I Harmsworth Gold Cup. national i teams dropped out at the end ST. AUGUSTINE Although i j evening. Billy Clayton was, 18 holes headline the regular

....namen&. was included' in Games nearly 500 strong possibly I high-speed motorhpat racing troI,I of last season has an odd East- outhit seven to six. the St. Augus- awarded. a third round TKO weekly Ladies play at Dubsdread S _ *ciin.e''. ______
West realignment. The ___
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the sCattera. Orats Courts draw. using air to transport many of I phy. was stolen from a restaurant new tine Saints got over .Ja -Emanuel after Emanuel Country today.
: Baltimore Bullets and more mileage out
the competitors: the here yesterday but recovered i Washingj: j had seriously injured his .
American -
sev- '
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I! ton are now "western division"teams. I of their blows and coupled with chin. : _. : -U' ... .'
Weekly Fly Casting 0 Olympic committee decided yes- eral hours later when police, actIng left hand jabbing Clayton's > ji.. >
I, on a tip found it hidden in a-' All racing woodchcppers'I I' four DeLand errors-three of them Shortly before the main event
terday.Difficulty you
Class To ConveneAt in obtaining assur- clump of bushes in nearby old might be interested to know that I! by Ted Madjeski manager of the .went on. the Rev. Russell Shaw.

ances of a boat led to the unprecedented i Westbury. George Parker of Australia who I pennant-winning Orlando club in Legion chaplain, conducted a short
.decision to air The by orchestra leader 'memorial service for R. E. Hin-.
Clubhouse DockLane explore cup. won whacked through a 15-inch log of i I' 146 and making his debut with
lanes with the proviso that no Guy Lombardo in Detroit last black-butt in 45 seconds for a new shaw a member of the Orlando. 9They're

Bradford's weekly fly cast athlete would be compelled to go i year, was stolen just two weeks world record weighs only 155 the visitors-racked up an 8-3 Boxing Commission before his

ttW r. vM aponaored by Rutland's by plane to the XIVOlympiad to before the 1947 championship'' pounds. And that was for the victory here last night. death last Friday.Favorites. j

sf.rtemin I Department will meet, be held in London July 29Aug.. race for it was to be staged. underhand chop too! !I| i

M I M p m. today. at the Orange 13.In I I I II i

...t 9 PporUmen't AasJ\'.. club! a day-long session the Olmp- John De Lucca Named ,' Britisher First WinInFirstRound

..... dork on Lake Ivanhoe for pie Assn.. later meeting as the executive Massey Mr. X
week. mvtrurttonal' period committee recommendedthat To Pro Loop Position < :| To Swim Irish SeaPORT

........... yesterday said the in- American food be sent abroad I NEW YORK API] John J. De : :
Feature !
$I.tssI. $ was being switched' from for the athletes: approved the 1948 Lucca. president of the Wilmington AmVet J PATRICK, Scotland IUP1 1 N. Y. lAP ,
...... Armerr to Lake Ivanhoe tosiked uniform: rounded out preparations Clippers has been elected vice' Tom Blower a British war hero SOUTHAMPTON '
without difficulty -
advanced
member of the class some for the Winter games; decided : president of the American Foot- from Nottmgham, England became Favorites
Msvrttoa) experience In fly casting. | to select one American city j MaiProgram the first man in history yes- through the opening round
] ball league by a mail vote of
i Annual Men's Invitation -
terday to swim the 25-mile IrishSea'and of the 57th :
"1e etaaa. will run from 6:30: to; to present a strong bid for the 'club it announced Al Massey and the I
| owners was mysteriousMr. Tennis Tournament yesterday
almost before he had
S t'ja and an fishermen are 111-I Itfted 11956 games: and gingerly referred recovered ,
I yesterday by Joe X collide in the headliner
on his breath after the 16 1-4 at the eMadow Club. bitin'
at
to attend free of charge. Fly.aMtfig back to the governing bodies InIndi'idual president of the Rosentover'j Promoter
I league.I Temple.Mason's opening hour he William F. Talbert. ranked sixth
struggle. said he might S
equipment will be provided ,, sports the problem of
i Lucca will fill the AmVet-sponsored showat
vacancy: wrestling try a return crossing. in the nation and seeded second
.
tor iiMteWtsonal purposes. I I allowing spouses to accompany left by Charley Burns of the' 8:30: pm. today at the Legion''I Blower who arrived yesterday to Defending Champion Gardnar
Bradford alto announced: that married competitors. '
Akron. Ohio. Bears when that Arena. I had TITUSVILLE
in this tournament.
t afternoon after bat- Mulloy
KOttsen of the Central FloridaCastirte !I The decision to send over food I a night-long
club dropped out this The semi-final tussle '
season. I II pairs I tle against swirling mists shoalsof little trouble with Roy Grtmse-of
I It
fy Club would meet at was based on the present shortages -
Tommy Nilan. a Mr. Five-by-Five winning 6-3 6-0.
Los Angeles.
herring and strong midchannel
-j
M Thursday in Room HOC in and it
pm. Europe was recom- I
.I t... Antebllt Hotel to f'1f'CofI' mended that the complete: menu I Fights Last Night I matman.Opening against the card Bill .will Steddlum.be Ted currents made good on his !,I, of Fifth-seeded Ecuador whipped Francisco Leonard Segura It you're looking for real fishing come over and wet

HMM and nuip their program. ,be shipped. I CHICAGO (API Abel Critic burly Bell and Bill Richards. second attempt to cross the line at Titusville. Just throw her out and settit
Cornell your
Bueno Aires heavrvtivht. last night seor- treacherous expanse of water. Steiner of Brooklyn a ,
-- p4 his eithth striicht knockout rtrtorrI First 50 ladies admitted to the I I player who is the No. 1 junior of ; down for the fishlngest! time of your life. MaJobeYOU'ff'
I when bis schedule dentil-rounder ltin.it I I
Hnsle. WilUams. .... arena will be given door prizes. the East. 6-2. 6-3. for
|' Chlcsio. stopped in Trump Royal Named I looking some of that famous TUusvUresurf
2:30: of the third round at Marigold G rdens. j jI j I Gardnar Lamed seeded eighth. fishing
or perhaps wish to try your luck on the
I, advanced at the of a
Ce tse. protest of South AmerlesnLais Snyder Cup Winner 1 I expense
a
i Flrpo lAd "Jack' Dempsey. :", weighed SOLUNAR TABLESAccording ,I home club netman, Clifford river. Just remember whatever your style of fishtag
225' and Williams 199. TORONTO (API The 38-foot Michel. 6-4. 6-2. .. Titusville has the variety to please you.
BROOKLYN API Al Pennine.. 132'..
sloop Trump Royal of the King- '
Brooklyn won a ten-round split decision to the Solunar In other matches. Alan Watsonof
aver Mixie .Shapiro. 133"',. New York in tables calculated for this area ston lOnt.l Yacht Club becamethe Short Hills. N. J_ defeated
,I the NEW.u.l. n.ts YORK S APt Coney Danny Island Velodrome.Bsrtfleld.. of the State. the best times first winner of the Snyder 1 Henry Osten of Garden City. N. Y. Some of the famous fighting fish youll sink your hook

135'.. New. York outpointed HumbertoZavala. I for hunting and fishing will Cup yesterday when judges released 3-6. 6-3. 6-2. Victor Seixas of into over here are; Channel Bass. Pompano. CrevaJU
142. Mexico City in the etfht- be as follows. with Major a corrected time handicap Philadelphia eliminated J. Gilbert
round feature. at Queensboro Arena.. included of 11 hour$. 38 minutes : Jack. Speckled Trout, Sheephead and Whiting to
the best National veteran champion
ASSORT PARK. N. J. AP) 61ussin periods indicating Hall the -
through a heavy. shower. that drenched. the time and Minor periods the and 41 seconds forthe Rochester- of New York '1.5. 6-4; name a few
ring at Huh School Stadium Ray Spur- Toronto race Sunday.
Charles Oliver of Elizabeth. N. J-
next best hours:
lock. 1111. Kansss City. Mo. won a six
round decision over Bert Pain 162. As- A. M. 1'. M. Trailing the Trump Royal in the I defeated H. Trevor Waters of
bury Park. 30-50 foot cruising division were Come and spend day week month
Portchester. N. Y.. 6-1. 6-3r Ber- over a a or a
NEWARK won a decision over Charley I IWUlIam. Tues. 3:00: 9:20 3:35: 9:45: the AzuraJt.Y.C. craft piloted by nard Bartzen of San Angelo. You'll find plenty of first class accommodations at
': i .. 146. Newark. in the 10-round Ed Rosenborg which was timedin Texas. beat Gus Ganzenmuller of
feature at Meadowbrook. BowL Wed. 3:55: 10:15: 4:30: 10:40: a reasonable price at TTTOSVILLE.
I 12 hours 24 minutes and 18
SYRACUSE : \ Your elm. favorite "k. i making a oebut in his horns town won 2 hours in duration, ... shown in seconds, and the Mouette of the Likas Jr. of San Francisco triumphed -
a unanimous decision. over Bobby black' tyro. Minor (Cea second host R.Y.C. skippered by W. Gleason
Campbell Gillespie
over
1 155. Detroit in a six-round main Morrl.1 eriods, shorter .hours, liaht tyre. .
>De John scored two knockdowns with a time of 13 hours 13 minutes of Forest Hills. N. Y.. 6-1, 6-1. nil Invitation sponsored by th..
Is 1ACK5! not quite finish the lanky Detroiter. and three seconds. and James Wade of Pasadena.
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4, : East Hampton. N. Y. 6-8 6-1, ...
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61. I
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GREEN RIVER
i Nigeria has 2,500,011163, of rail
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': S 4# 2.I road. DeLuxe Diner-open 24 hours' dally

t .,. The world contains more than : Banana Creek' Fish Camp
! four million lepers. I
I u. DAD" WORD 'OR IT... ,.- Washington Hotel. Cafe Bar

1 ; ,: ; 1 1t'Wt .
% KILL HIS H..xaH Drag Store

"The Whiskey /1 : tv rta,2tq FLEASTorment I Davis Drag Store-Restaurant .

C Bay View Hotel
without regrets" Dust -
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I will kill the fleas ton C.Dale Hotel-Titusville
i ;
your dcg in C Shady Oaks Motor Court -* ,

I 30 'seconds-if it fails, it C Titusville Cabins

)- is free! Harmless to the I "' ,. ,i -.
: SovTuTITU5LEoNU.01:
dog.
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-a -.SI fr I 1 Ib. box _ _ $1.00
i Indian River Villas Motor Court
America's f m.otht t Whiskey . 1/4 Ib. box 30c .> .
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Sold b/ Feed, Seed and

SQI5 $23lt, -. Hardware Stores. : C River ratal Hotel Court

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CHEMICAL CO. ; Rainbow Tearoom and Cocktail Bar0

I WHISKEY EASY DOES IT THE HARD WAY: Pete Reiser I Marion of the Cardinals leaps clear of Brook-, MANUFACTURERS20S

} noo. re% OIAM NEUTRAL SMUTS.TNIII I'I'f I lyn star's raised foot and flying spikes to rifle South Parramore St.

riATMIIS aHSrtllUTOKS." MC. NEW TOkK attempts to break its up, but shortstop Slats the ball to Stan Musial for a double play r i. ORULVDO'







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Will Give r( S Street Dance I



Rush Party z Set Tonight I II i DOLLAR SALE '

ArUve and alumnae members I The high school set of Orlando
will and original
: enjoy a gala
of Alpha Oamma Delta sorority
e street dance, July Jamboree today -
wtfl the a rush party Wednesday; a4 : from 8:30: to 11:30 p.m. at

a| the home of Mrs. E. H. Allen V Tiger Den. 135 S. Court St. DRESS SHOES! CASUAL SHOES!

ea Lake Conwajr. It is to be a :ks I For the informal dance. CourtSt. "
between Church and Pine Sts.,
pickaninny with the theme
party. will be roped off to provide an
Wino carried' out in decorations outdoor dance floor, and refresh-

and entertainment. I ment booths will be placed at intervals -

Rushers have born asked tc b .. adi along the street. Miss Whites, spectators,

meet at the home of Marty Bra June Cossin, a senior at Orlando and colors.
jar at 14 W. Harvard at 2 pm. J. I|i Senior High School and memberof blacks
on that cia,.. In addition to enter- > ,. Tiger Den. is in charge of arrangements Not all sizes in -
Utfunent by the members there I I. for the affair and is
w M be swimming and a watermelon .';';:.<_<. I being assisted by Miss Eloise Fish- every style, so
ctttttnc. i iI i back as vice chairman. I
hurry
Tiger Den. of the please
an agency
i I
In chart of all arrangements
Chest has been
Community opento
l.r the party is Miss Frances Mc-
the high school set during the
can.n . Summer months but will close
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-. incited' are the Misses -Our OATI Staff Photo: Bnmes left to right, Mrs. Neva Graham, altar-bearer; Mrs. Henrietta after; tonight's festivities for re-

Barbara Poster Edith Foster I NEW OFFICERS OF ORLANDO REBEKAH LODGE NO. 12 the noble Mrs. Blod, decorating. Activities will be resumed -
Mary. Ford. Joan Hiscock. Nancy I Bunnell, right supporter to grand; Evelyn 1 with the opening of school

Da,.. Barbara Rinker. Margaret . are shown above at the Fraternal Bldg., in a scene duringthe gett, outside guardian; Mrs. Carrie Martin, right supporter to j, in the Fall.

Brokaw. Suzanne Wheeler. Kitty'' installation ceremony this past week. They are first row, I the vice-grand; Mrs. Fannie Spink, vice-president of the I A small charge will be made for

Torrance Janice Wells.Joan Pick left to right, Mrs. Doris Lone, warden; Mrs. Anna Meyer, inside I Rebekah Assembly of Florida and president of the State Frater,the dance.'and proceeds will go to
., Mc-
Roseann
U. Gray Betty
Brtde.* Mary Land of Apopka. guardian; Mrs. Edith Purcell, altar-bearer; Mrs. Frank Armstrong nal Congress; Mrs. Mae Myers, district deputy president; Mrs. I! remodeling the building.

Jacqueline Butler of Leesburg. ', left,supporter to the noble grand; Mrs. Hilda Rogers,I Flora Lewis, altar-bearer; Mrs. Ruby Brokaw, musician. Third The first railroad Diesel locomotive

I Ana EMlson. sally Woodbury Helen I noble grand; Mrs. Mary Tracy, vice grand; Mrs. Mary Covino, row, Mrs. Katharine Mason, secretary; Mrs. Lois MacDonald, I went into regular service

Wolfe Martin and Betty Vera Carol Janris. Nelda degree captain; Mrs. Myrtle Blodgett, conductor. Second row, junior past noble grand; Mrs. Opal Hatcher, flagbearer. 13 years 'ago. f I

MtdlOCk.I' i
Arttve and alumnae

I. Alpha Gamma Delta to be present Concord Park Mrs. CarterCompliments The afros his Ing home Mr. Proctor on Columbia, entertaining St. With at
I
are the Mroes. Edmund H. Allen I


IV Lake Haul Margaret* Wales Oalbraith.Dixon Phipps and M. and the Marty M.Misses Frances Stewart Brokaw.Betty Mc-of I Ii i Young Adults t1'J\ 'J'JWITH Hosts At.Rehearsal. Reily Ralph Batten the honoree, Mac Charles Reed.McMoy were Pierce Alexander.,included Bill Robertson Gilmore.Jack Guy


Jimmie Davis. Gene Rich Mason

CalLftnfilials Hold MeetingThe Miss McDonaldMrs. i; FeteI and Wharton.Jimmie Joe'James.Finley JI.mmyBlake HOUSE SLIPPERS

II r'JfIlJo".llau Young Adults Sunday John L. Carter entertained I and Mrs. J. H. Carroll willI Formerly to $3.99

Held/ Sunday School Class of the Concord Park Sunday afternoon at her home on I be hosts tomorrow when they en- Many styles in smart
.Methodist Church held its monthly JEAN YOTHERS I RADIO SERVICE 51
Colonial Dr. with a tea honoring i tertain with a dinner party at colors. All sizes 3 to
j The marriage of Mrs. Jane I business and social meeting at tCU Editor! J
Y i Miss Pam McDonald, brideelectof 1 their home to honor Miss Jeanne MOTOROLA AUTO
f Rronks Basaett ot Winter Park to I HOME .
the home of Mr. and :Mrs. Dan I i Orlando Townsend Club No. 2 9 in the sale group.Qcendle"
< Edwin L. Carstenscn. Expert record changer service work
Dudley a. Wilson of Ocoee was Osbun and her fiance. William V.
McCranie. N. Rio Grande Ave., ;
Inc' will meet today at 7:30: at Pickup and Delivery
p.m. guaranteed :
held Sunday at the Congregational during the weekend. the Chamber of Commerce Bldg. Invited to be with Miss McDonald 1 Proctor Jr.. who will be married
Christian Church of Winter { Robert Stannah was 'In charge i j . There will be an interesting were her mother Mrs. E. L. Thursday at 8:30: p.m. in the rectOry Economy Auto Supply Store 1
Park with the Rer. Fred E. Cole ''of. the devotional service after I II program, community singing and McDonald and the Mmes. Eva of St. James Catholic Church. MS .. Orance AT*. Phone/ 1443 '
tftciaUnc.. I Raybun Mary Buff O. M. Ows- The party will be held follow-
which a social hour was held. a report of delegates to the Washington -
A small group of friends of the Mrs. Nellie Lanier assisted the I I convention . Wayne Al- ley John Taylor Charles Darner. ing the wedding rehearsal and "' $
couple mere present for the cereBkony hostess in serving. {I bers. State representative, will also W. F. Mantey. P. F. Hurt W. H. 1 guests will include the wedding Florence Welcome/ yea to
Those present were Mr. and be present. Parker Robert E. Ford. B. M. party and families. Mrs. Carroll FLORENCEBEAUTY
Mr and Mrs. Malcolm Davenport Mrs. F. B. Eaton. Mr. and Mrs.I|'I 000I i Middlebrooks. and B. :M. Slais; will be assisted in entertaining by 115 S. ORANGE
entertained with a reception and the Misses Angie -Nunez. her daughter. Miss Ann Proctor SHOP ,
and Louis
George Bryan Mr. Mrs. I Cherokee Council :No. 12, Degree
at the Dubadread Country Club and I Ouida Slade, Betty Ann Owsley and her mother Mrs. J. H. .Car-
Roberson. Mr. Mrs. George of Pocahontas, is sponsoring a card
foiWnrtnc the church serrice. So Extra Charge for Reconditioning
Upon returning from a wedding 1 I Snipes the Mmes. Rosa Lee White. 'I and game party today at 8 pjn. I Nancy Mantey. Helen Oordy roll Sr.Last. and Shaping with Permanent
trip Mr and Mrs. Wilson will reside N. Hordan. Dorothy Stovall Betty i I at the Fraternal Bldg. . Prizes Wynn Lovell Field and Mamie night Bryan Murchisonwas 24 8. ORANGE AVE. PH. 1707 I
en Virginia Dr. Winter Park. Lockman. Evelyn Thompson. New- i i will be given and. refreshments I' Nettles. host: at a stag party honor-
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ell Cloninger the Misses Clarice served. I _
f Conoley. Sarah King. and Earl I 000 i ,

'ifeM. Test frond TOO Martin. I Progressive Bible Class of the Thri

trw .to Rcim MONTHLY( I Goss Memorial Methodist Church Thrilling Summer
Birth AnnouncementLt. I will meet today at 7:30: p.m. at the I
home of Mr. and Mrs. S. A.Adams
FEMALEPAINS Col.and Mrs. Richard Stolle 1220 Noble Ave.
of Ann Arbor. Mich. are announcing !" Cnn,
the arrival of a son John
: Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary -
Richard born July 7. Mrs. Stolleis
district meeting was held in
I the former Virginia Sinclair of !I DeLand Sunday with Mrs. Laura

Orlando.Mr. i i Hays of St. Cloud newly installed

AWfUtrnoo... Ir .sbl N !, president presiding . Mrs. ,
ml female% and Mrs. John E. King of Margaret Williams of Daytona Y4
.al w..,nlyX
...,.......at Dee. Augusta Ga, announce the birth Beach was installed as No. :2 color
,w -.. ywy wsa 4 of a son. John Larry on July 25. bearer . Luncheon was sened at
...... .- ...,I'M' *..- ?' Mrs. King is the former Marian noon . Orlando will be host I
-'- w..k- I
., -% t11..s-? Th.. wy d Sanger of this city. .i to the next district meeting. II
PS icy t.*.. a. Pink* I 000 I
.tawtll.tar.._ Mr. .and Mrs. Penning James f, At a recent meeting of Jennie II
B..he $a, tnlioro .UCB oynptomilto. Scott. of 30 Stymie Rd. Dubs-
nr sR, ..c_. s.n .'sA..w.d Coulter Tent :No. 5. Daughters of
......d -.rksbtr helpful dread are announcing the arrivalof Union Veterans Mrs. Minnie Mc- Kae. 1
--.... two wes, n'. vbas a daughter. Alice Deborah born Clellan. I
t.- .. deputy inspector gave an
S .u. .t TU. ..u..1\ ..
Memorial
23 at the
July Orange
5..a.e ss Mu. .e.n oo ... ..fm interesting report on a visit to the
...-. a -. mftn... .*.... HospitalMrs.. Scott is the former Veterans Hospital in Lake City. I
t..*. rntvmrty-PI.u....'. ComMM Patricia Ringling Coerper. of Mil She announced that the National
i be* SWUM. fMlnuaro to such
I. .__ AW** S ,,.up., tomachlo tootclIYWA waukee. Wis. Her'mother., Mrs. Daughters of Union Veterans i
f L PIHKHAM'S ""-:: Roland Coerper. is here for sev- I through the Department of Flor-f
eral weeks from Milwaukee. ida Daughters of Union Veterans
---- presented a book projector to the
hospital for the use of disabled

veterans . Mrs. McClellan and .
i those who accompanied her. Mrs.

4 More Luella Knepka. deputy secretary
Days and Mrs. Addie Doing deputy .

chaplain of St. Cloud made the 1 ,ts,. =a
formal presentation of the projector x :n ir- J Hem's IAis opportunity: you've loop b.e Bw IBagfermachaa *t.wm a lnamar aw
I to the hospital. . This ts the e ;* lhnept o Hoc te a TRADE-IN SALE: in which yew oaa pIeoe MeohIe a.aidea...

second projector presented to vet- \ . '.. .
t WE MUST CLOSE eran hospitals through the De- ,. B8OJQ IN TOUR OU WATCH AND LET: US ATPtAIS BS VAIVX
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r partment of Florida DUV the .' .
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first being given to the hospitalat \. < t KOARDLESS Of ACS. KAKZ OB COMDmok-TTS'WORTH' SOeOTHMOl
THIS STORE SAT. AUG. 2 Bay Pines. Mrs. Mae 1. ;
Barrows. lUIt t
f deputy president presided at the \t ., Amy OUR AUOWANCC TO ANT NEW is 'zoxALL7.FAMOOS WATOn '

meeting which was held at the \ CASH_NEZDEW: !.TOGS OLD WAres ACTS AS.tm D0)IAiTIt );

Everything la this store must b. sold re- in home Winter of Mrs.Park.Members .Elizabeth Holdorf ua 1 tlo'9

gardUts of former price. BARGAINS 000 t Prt

I I GALORE. Terrific value. Come in and of the Conway Home \' '\ ;
.
Demonstration rt tot'10n
Club, of which Mrs. ,. t
pick yours while! th.y last. S. W. Speer is president were .
hostess to the Orange County \ -
Council of Senior Home Demonstration \ Convenient ei

Clubs yesterday at a picI t
nic at Rock Springs . other I o t
I Terms
ALL WOOL units in the council present were .
i I Colomaltown. Winter 1 J
Park. Union
SLIPOVER SWEATERS $1 99 Park Grand Ave.. Gotha and i I txatil d rb 't a b .
Yes- t
Value. to $3.99 I Beulah clubs. I timedwe7 rforever) ? d

I Watch by Farker.l&h ;
ATTENDING .
MEETINGS .
PLAY SUITS perrecd7 ; J
Dr. Wilbur McL. Davis has F kalio1 .
gone famous r iI.
$2 99 I to Boston. Mass. to attend the balaJIOll the ..hee arL And i i' I
Values to $4.99 meeting of the American Academy U fin<* ., r} t
I ince you
of Oral i .
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Surgeons ket
and the convention Witches Per .' e .
I of the American Dental Assn. 01 nqu.te y + !.
WHITE RAYON SKIRTS designou ll select ,

Regular $2.98 Value. 50 C ';: CHINA, GLASS, POTTERY exarr4f e Est thetit\c'o\ 17-iewel with matching Bfnrui, famous jar proof 1S.jewel l shock resistant Genes C.r*.. c..... 'IT 1_:

: LAMPS & GIFTWARE expansion bracelet III01'emut. leather band watch steel cast, .o.- ;.w.1 Brecisit* ......s... r
Open Stock Dinnerwarer mot netic.
RAYON PANTIES

39c THE CHINA MART $45.00 $49.50 $29.75 $67.50

Reg. 53c and 79c ,
441-441 N. Orange Ave. Tel. 2-ZZ54 I tj .
: Your *<4 watch down, veer .. watch dowII. Ywr old .ate" dawn_ Yew wI w.tM _
S I t .. $::1.00 w..kljr U.oo wkfy $1.00 rely 5-M -NI

BETTER BLOUSESValues 'l' ,rr
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$1 00 EXPERT
hr 11.lewd
to $2.98 I WATCH REPAIRING t
$ 5.00
CrytUU to nt any watch

yff Ywr Id watch dawn, r4 '

SUPER BARGAIN 1 1Reg. BLOCK'S IS West Canreh JEWELRY StreetBARBARA'S 1 $!30 w wly t


Cotton WASH DRESSES$ 1.BETTER 1.1 i 1 J t


52.! and $3.20 Values ,q r 1T'jewil + 1 ,
I BEAUTY SALON $ t tY.

I OPENING SPECIAL a l
MACHINE PERMANENTS 1 1 ad. .ate" "OWII.
REO. fit jo for .... 11.$0 w..kljr }
COTTON DRESSES Bldtewootf/ and Rosalind 1'1I..fOZI
$1.99 Open Evenlnts by Appointment ''t
Values to $3.99 IIEt
4 f

RAYON DRESSES v I t Gold filled, 17-je.el with Ladies 7-jew; e4 I gold filled Benrus n..w.l; beautifully 21 jewel; Into. ** ......

$4.98 ABC t .. chain bracelet. COM* designed stretch Icncy.uvol .

Values to 510.98. : DIAPER SERVICENew i t t't'bOlld.

PAJAMAS Accounts and Future ,: $37.50 $29.75 $52.50 62.50
$1.99 Reservations Are Solicited
Shortle and Tailores '
Telephone 2-1177 *S y.r Nd W= ;-n. Y..r watch dawn. Yw r ad rakh d.we. Y- __
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ORLANDO WINTER PARE K,'k r 1 $130 .ky. $330 w kly :.'w.L
RAYON SLACKS : se' ..
'$1.99
Values to 4.99

Agar urn 01 s st"sr
BEACH COATS auitcstrF
$2.99HOLLYWOOD lilt! ! t \ has a store near 11 -h Out of
Values to $7.99 .yiY.6 town account
WATCH'I t jrou . states .in Jacksonville S -F invited. If it .is not convenient
Miami Tampa, t to visit Dud
I W..Palm Bach Ft. a Store, _i iI| or \ -,-::
Lauderdale, Orlando St. 7r41 :
phone .. the .
SHQPS L '/lX"IT -' Prt nb..rg. Ocala, Gainesville Dwal store nearest ye*. /
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Daytona, DeLand 1 S I 1 Tow order w.D be Me

118 N. Orange bt and Hollywood. iMMediat.ly.I .

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---s* Tuesday, July 29, 1947 Orlando fgorttlng frfttllnrl Page 9I I;il

,., --- DICKSON & IYES WILL BE

We, the Women wrBlld about ef/l11JztJ'JtJIlida I Wife Should

) CLOSED ALL DAY WEDNESDAYi&d


". About tConservative'Jjusbands Those: (])l'MS.JE' Stand Crippled By Mate ,HI



By KITTY HENRY, Society Editor I By DOROTHY DIX

FOR A VISIT with her parents before resuming her concert '. DEAR MISS DIX: My sister- I
HERE
I T RUTH MILLETT in*New York City this Fall is nationally known pianist, in-law and I have had a discus-1 I'

And now along comes a college Celia Salomon. She is with Mr. and Mrs. B. Salomon, at 625 E. sion on a matter upon which we j
professor who advises girls to picka cannot She claims that < .
Colonial Dr.. for the remainder of the Summer. agree.
-conservative: mate for marital I r> o o when a man comes home from ; /

happiness. I KATHERINE CALLANAN left during the weekend for Gainesville the war maimed, it Is the duty of i $

I Wonder 1 if the professor has will attend the Summer session at the University of his wife to support and take care
ever heard the "Just between ussgirls" Florida . Jessie McCalla spent the weekend in Tallahassee . Mr. of him for the balance of his life i
I and that if she really loves him !,
and Mrs. R. T. Kesler have returned from a vacation spent in
comments of middle-aged |I Charleston and she will do this.I .

wives married for years to conservative Spartanburg. S. C.?,.. ,Y : ' 1t' f" w claim that if a husband really !
husbands? 'I and Brevard. N. C.\..; $.X'f}g.S'. .., .,. loves his wife, he will not want her
Of course, they're STILL married -!'. . Mr. and Mrs.E. :y to ruin her life by spending the
-which is a point in support G. Rich and x balance, of and it that caring knowing for a hopeless he will

; of the professor's theory. I daughter. Carolyn no cnpple longer be able to support her, a J
1IJ2 But how they complain abouttheir
J T and son. Gene he will show his true love for her
conservative mates!
'
: "I wanted to build a really mod- have returned by opinion giving? her up. What is your .H

; em-looking house," says one, "but from a visit in IN-LAWS. .
__ Bainbridge. Ga.,
George says they look too much ANSWER: Your sister-in-law is I
t with relatives . =
like garages to suit him. right. Any wife who could turn M
I "I like this room too-but you Mr. and Mrs. C. K. her back on her husband who has
ought to have heard Bill rave Snellings. who reside been maimed fighting for his ,yF ,
when he came home and saw What on Lake Lancaster ; country and to keep women safe I:,
I I the decorator had done with it.!I have returned I in their homes, must not only I Values ,
He raved when the Special j
even more from an have a heart that is as hard as
bills came in." !>stone but' she must be utterly :
extensive trip
--Our On Stof Poo; ( Trc ;r the lacking in patriotism and all sense j FOR TUESDAY ONLY \
throughout
MIS3 JEAN REED (IABOVE CENTER] OF ARLINGTON, VA. rell Carolyn Rich. Mary Bartlum West touring of duty and moral responsibility,

was honor guest Saturday afternoon when Miss Anna, Harriet Sipple, Annette Peter..Pa- through Okla- BREAKS "O'SShe I i I'
r : breaks her marriage TOWS
D'Agostino left, and Miss Helen Champion, right, entertained'''t tricia PattishalLSara Layton Stacey Baldwin ,homa, Colorado because she swore at the altar, be-1 j I.

e I lexge number of guests at a cola party. The affair was heldof Jean Guernsey, Shirley Slaughter, and MississippL fore God and man, that she O

Mill Champion's home, 110 Wisteria Ave, with the hostess-, Mary Ann Hitch. Alice Jane Sulli- While in Colorado ,4 her husband for better or worse, I .
Ican i Grand through sickness or health, and A Group of
visited
tV mothers, Mrs. W. C. Champion and Mrs. Betty Kennedy Elizabeth they
Joseph D'Agostino, I I Ricker.Joan Carrigan.Ann Masek. Lake at the Na- she is a despicable quitter if she
oel* ng. While in Orlando, Miss Reed is visiting her aunt, '' Laura Bass Billie Eva Shell. Jean I tional Park and casts him aside for no other reason ,
Mrs. C. R. Stevenson. I' I I I than that he !is unable to BLOUSESReg.
Yothers and Anne Allen. Estes Park. They .
,
work her.
and support
1
'I Last night a stag party was
also stopped in I No wife who really loved her i I j
I given to honor Mr. Montgomeryat Columbia. Mo.., to husband would forsake him in his I
\n\OYmal\ Gatherings Honor : the home of Cleve Atkins 16 visit Mrs. Snell- hour of misfortune. If she had i i'I' 1.00
N. Summerlin. Those present tc '
I II compliment Miss Balthrop's fiance i lings' sister, Mrs. anything noble and generous in'' 2.70 to 3.98
CELIA SALOMONNorman. her nature it would call out all ,
Miss ,Mr.' ,M\ 'were Dr. James Arthur Ford. Dr. Noel Edwards. In 'I' and in her I
Batibrop ontgomeryB Okla. . here from New York. the tenderness pity ,
: Walter Weed Thomas R. Gut-
'I with Miss Lyla Welch, another sister of Mrs. Snellings . and the more he had need of her I Striped or plain colored blouses in. a striking
land. J. A. Lane. Jerry Ross Max they were
a.hM. Ann Balthrop. who mire Robert Murphy Jack, Buice. Millitzer. Graham Barr Jack Mr. and Mrs. D. B. McAllister and son. Jack, have returned from a love and help, the more she would array of gay' colors and materials! Sizes 32
.. fa. married to Levere Mont- Robert Smith .Ford Rogers Jr. Price. Alex Stevens James R. tour which included Gainesville Asheville and Charlotte N. C., give him. to 36.
w.,, eI NaUbM. ),flu.. WednesM Many thousands of men have ,,
Marshall Mallory. Emmett Stripling I
Copps Jr. A. J. Thomas Jr. Hardy 111., and Ashtabula, Ohio.
J I at 8t. Luke's I' Chicago ; come home from the Rat so
M pjn. EpUcopel ,
Jimmie Davis LeRoy Hoe-
Webb. Robert E. Smith. Jimmie ; O O 0lIR. maimed that they will never be
CMtocdral. .u lust of honor.Snday I quist Jr. Richard McPherson. I j Blouses Second Floor
,
II Hal Beardall. John Ogden,
James AND MRS. THOMAS SETTLE were hosts at their home on able to be great money-makers. )
** when Miss Gene Casroteftatntd Robert Reynolds
| James Kuyken- '' \ ,
Murray MacLeish Bucky Mattox I few of them have
Let that
'' when they entertained with a: buffet sup- us hope
.
** with a cola party' wall Walter Dun Jr. Harry Set- Lamberton Cherokee Dr. Sunday
John H. Floyd J. Louis wives so sordid that they will desert -
.1 I NT hecne. !lAee del. Grant Staton. Charles Potter, Jr. Robert Marshall Ed Hard- j I per to honor Mrs. Settle's son and daughter-In-law. Mr. and Mrs. them because they are no
e1i i the hoat.... were her L. B. McLeod Jr. I I man and Mr. Atkins. I Nixon Butt. Mr. and Mrs. Butt have spent some time here and have longer able to support them in the O
mMhle. Mr.*. B. D. Cas*f 11. Mrs. The Misses Marjo Dukes.Jeanne 1 Last night also a': group of close returned to Gainesville where he is a law student at the University ';style to which they have been accustomed '
J hers Lam rton. Mrs. Jerry Osbun Suzanne Chiusano. Rebecca friends of Miss Balthrop entertained of Florida Guests at the party included more than 50 members of the .
Pat*. 14IM Nancy Layton and Miss; Thomas Betty Murchison. Zu- with an informal party at I younger set . Dr. and Mrs Dale A. Porter of Auburn. Ala. who have I HANDBAGSReg.
..,tlera Ln. liem Asher Barbara Reppard !,1 the home of Mrs. J.Louis Lamberton been the houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Bartley, left yesterday for! DEAR DOROTHY DIX: Do you
WIUl th* honor. mere tnclud- Elizabeth W the I believe it possible for a woman to
Dorothy Tegder -nn on Euclid Ave. to honor Daytona Beach where they will spend the remainder of this week.
H tfc* Mines. Thomas Oartland.J. Nancy Barber, Carolyn Collins, I 1 popular brideelect.Australia's Dr. Porter is director of the U. S. Bureau of Entomology In Auburn. love a man and yet hate everything -
A rnrd. John Williams. Walter Margaret Baugh. Mary Brinkman : he stands for? I love a mar- 2.00 .
n
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Nerd James' Coppa, AA J. Thomas'' Virginia Allen. Colleen Kennedy, I most abundant natural I ried man to such a point that I can 2.98 to 4 93 .
,1t. toMrrit Thomas. Robert Mar- Lee HuttiK, Fontaine Winston I resource is said to be rabbit MR.\ AND MRS. W. A. BARNETT of Maitland celebrated their second hardly stand to be away from him. Pin raw
ihsit Carl tiller Carter Whit- Virginia Chappell Pauline Har- I:skins. wedding anlversary yesterday. Mrs. Barnett !is the former Cynthia and I am planning to marry him I
,,.*--- Lawrence of Kettering England and the couple met in England as soon as his divorce comesthrough. i A Summer-smart selection of white plastic.

i while Mr. Barnett was stationed there with the Army Air Forces. . But apparently he pos : bags to add distinctive beauty to Summer
An attractive newcomer to Orlando is Mrs. C. H. Stanton who with sesses no scruples, nor fine principles ensembles!
of character and I detest
'her husband and two children. Gail and Claire have moved here the work he is in.

from Schenectady N. Y., where Mr. Stanton was connected with the Do you think what I feel tor Handbags Street FloorMEN'S
Sales Training Division of General Electric Co. He is now assistant I, him is love or infatuation?
general manager of the Orlando Public Utilities. Mrs. Stanton is the P. D. B.
former Clare Tillman of Gainesville. The family is residing at 762 N. ANSWER: Physical infatuation
onftm Westmoreland Dr. ,, I should say. Also. I should warn
n o ol you that It won't last Marriage o
will soon cure it and then will
] MARGARET BAUGH left yesterday to visit in Washington D. C. . I you j jI
CATALOG OFFICE : wonder what made you do it.
"1 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ayers have returned from Miami where they No love lasts that isn't foundedon
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Simonds . Mrs. Ward Rising Jr., respect. It is vital to a wife
and daughter Mary Ann, left yesterday for Stockbridge, Mass. and to be able to admire her husband i I HANDKERCHIEFSRegularly
will be joined there later by Mr. Rising . Mr. and Mrs. H. Bascom to look up to him. and when she 1
II ....,.. .. ..r1"--,..... .. ". Melrose and sons Bob and Ken., have gone to LeJeunne. N. C, where is ashamed of him and sees him I
doing mean underhanded things
: Mr; Melrose a major in the Marine Corps Reserve, has been called for I
that
revolt her she comes to have
,
; two weeks duty . Mr. and Mrs. C. Jack Camp and the latter's daughter. a contempt for him that kills her 4 for 1.00All
'(. Margaret Ann Marshall are returning this weekend from a tour affection. :
.:: of the West Coast. . Mr. and Mrs. Charlton Morgan and family arc I R
MISS---niX
expected home this week from Daytona Beach. DEAR : We cannot
: white men's handkerchiefs in soft cotton
''-' rt C) n have any children and I want to

MR. AND :MRS. JAMES H. FLOYD have returned from a vacation adopt a little baby girL My husband -i . specially priced for Tuesday!
:i\ works at night and
Michigan and Canada. They were joined in Detroit Mrs. f'I
: :7.f in by day and I am so lonesome. I I
; : . : Floyd's brother. Cleve Atkins who had been in Mackinaw Island. Mich., you think he should let me adopt I Handkerchief Street Floor
< for six weeks . Mrs. John J. Pellington and daughter Montine Pel- the little girl I want so badly? I II

1 ,4,."" : lington, spent the weekend at Daytona Beach. I A WIFE.
o o oTl ANSWER: If your happiness: depends -

... ...;. TADELYN DAILY daughter of Mrs. Charles O. Daily of 714 Park upon it. I think he should, O
and the chances are that he will
11 Lake Ave. has been selected as one of the winners of the Na- get as much pleasure out of the

..r::." : ,,', ? tional Yearounder Name and Slogan competition., an annual contest adopted child as you will. Most I I BLOUSETTESRegularly
,-,,- sponsored to emphasize the wearing versatility of modern millinery.The I foster parents seem almost fool-
I.' j model selected for this year's contest was a new beret styled by the ishly fond of the children they
Yearounder designers, and is a basic all-occasion hat. Madelyn whois adopt and get great JQy out of

employed by the Yowell-Drew-Ivey Co. received one of these hatsas them. 1.98Blousettes
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a prize. 1
2.93
Importance of substructure In
Her slogan was one of the hundred chosen from over 17.000 entries road building Is Illustrated by the
from all parts of the country. Madelyn, who is interested in hats of fact that reinforced concrete 10
all kinds, ran a millinery bar in Illinois for 2& years before her family inches thick has proved deficient . the very latest in Summer
moved to Orlando. when placed on fine-grained instead scene stealers:! Have yours in fiesta- gay

of coarse-grained material., I printed jersey.
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; i TERMITE CONTROL I WATCH OCR forGreatly EAST WINDOW i l lI V! Neckwear Street Floor

29 TEAKS OF DEPENDABILITY I Reduced
: CALL. PHONE OR WRITE !
Gift Merchandise I

1&12L H. L. COX I ) HOME & HOBBY PeUSE1 DIAPER. SERVICE I i O
crt df 71JH IRMA ..T.I ills E. Colonial \ I r r MtwnratMm *r 2-3357 Imm.di.t.Gr.ryPHONE

BUDGET HATS
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\ LONGWOOD HOTELFor SPECIAL FOR TUESDAY! i 50c

an unusual treat in fine Reg. 1980nd298
dining bring your family to the I
new
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LONGWOOD HOTEL I Budget Hat Bar news! Entire stock of Budget
reduced for clearance! Comein
WARDS FALL & WINTER CATALOG LONGWOOD. FLA Hats and drastically select yours from this gay assortment!

For reservations call ,

1 LONGWOOD 13 Budget Hat Bar Street Floor

Once again our Fall and Winter Catalog is here to fill all Luncheon or Dinner

from 12 to 9 P.1\L
Open
Jet Mob for the approaching season! This year it's even I b O


1 bigger and better than before. . filled with an almost t tt AUGUSTSALE I BIAS SKIRT FACING i TROUSER CREASERS

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: |pHlp R-itible! variety of items! You can assemble your Fall lengthen "your dresses ami, skirts to '

e! solve the of-STYLE CHANGE II
problems ,*
,, wardrobe refurnish home order farm and 3 for 1.29Save
', \ / your autos YJ 'SHRINKAGE-GROWINGGIRLS.-Bias : i Regularly 49c

Skirt Facing is 2? wide, 2Yards! long, '
that
mettle accessories and find many hard-to.get items were ; I
edged with seam' binding and ready on ironing of wash pants for your entire

formerly unavailable. If you haven't received your Catalog] to apply.-Most pf the work is don and family! Ideal Trousers Creasers neatly

instructions with each package make.Y :' crease smooth and shape all kinds of wash
Office for Then order pants as they dry on the line! Regular and
Hop at our Catalog a Library copy. by phone. /* -th* rest easy.r".ihcin.'Grey"Blact.. ?. . ,. ,. I, long sizes.. .

\ihl remember: to tale advantage of our Monthly Payment) Plan . : W Na.y.Ita..r
'' ri I Notions Street Floor
V JACKETS Grssar Cop+ Powder."bed.Te9owr.Edo.
.. we it for,all your chopping, then pay us ]later out of your income! .

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City Studies Surplus Airport



FVC To Study Florida Publicity Men Plan 1,I Rev. City -officials yesterday were have exclusive possession or control I ized The by disposal the act Min ...trl.. .R.
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and shall be obligated to contribute ;i
studying with interest of
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a copy W1 rh
the relewe any
Three-Day Tour This WeekendThe : I( the amendment to the Federal a reasonable share made commensurate by- i: tions. reaenraUon ttr ...... L
with the use
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Labor Camps i Surplus Property Act designed to it. of the cost of maintenance of as may be ivmtM .
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Rediscovery of Northwest Florida Tour by _the :Before i j expedite the disposition of surplus such property as it may use nonexclusive ': administrator of SerrKary the Nav sf tf u III t

,I Florida Publicity and Public Relations Assn./ next Friday, I A riI airports. "* !. or over which it may i or Secretarv t to a. fi h .HH it two It'

Way and mean of using l.ihtI Saturday and Sunday, is causing nation-wide interest, "What we t Also "to assure disposition in have non-exclusive control and inclusion determined 1.. rr p sir' ,
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....,.... farm labor camps In Frank A. French, secretary-treasurer, said here yes- today is learn to such a manner as will best en- possession. or whanrc ' .f .h.
Putt nre.ard and Palm Beach I terday. - confusion the courage and foster the develop- Further the Government shall U. S. in (e'$faMM for the benefit of FlorId. I r pastor of the ment of civilian aviation and prep a fair rental for its use. control tional del, ,
The tour will officially start Church told serve folio national defense purposes or possession of any improvements -
% iMttti-mUUon dollar a year at Wakulla Springs near Tallahassee ior Chamber of a strong efficient and prop- to the airport made V.ith-I .
..... vc. ........ crops will be dis- Friday with an afternoonof luncheon erly maintained nationwide system out Government aid. R I.

rvirPtl hale Wednesday by the recreation followed by a Ve Americans of public airports. The amendment also providesthat mum I 1 Ms
1MIIIf taramHtx of the Florida rlr thinking and While having a certain interestin upon release to a State or
"......... CewnmHtev.Tht banquet at the akulla Lodge< P r 4 ,,os e I someone else the entire amendment the municipal agency the release * **-_ **
The Cherokee Hotel. Tallahassee for us," the Rev. city's main interest centered shall not deprive the public
> iuntMnt of camps in order will be headquarters Friday. i Declaring that I around provisions affecting the agency of the right to receive TOYLAND I I
tort FtMttkrgetable' growers night and for the Saturday break- gullible in that Pine Castle and municipal air reimbursement for the necessary -
nay the nratest efficiency fast when Gov. Millard Caldwelland almost anything: fields. rehabilitation or repair of
hers ..w4r operation will be dis- official family will be guests r S. tion. he said. The city is now in the processof airports substantially damaged
II'\tIIeM tar Dtxen Pierce of the group. q ht'rw to our feet and ( receiving the Pine Castle field by any Federal agency.
Miami.
The tour will move to Apalachicola for ourselves \\ from the War Assets Administration - Ivtrro
iNu cemmtttee chairman. La- Saturday where the group erything ] while the Municipal Airport Open bonder .o

,.... Oftiw. manager of the'' will honor Dr. John Gorrie. inventor 1 Generally is expected to be returned to the 1 1CAI
rvc ..... ,.sEerllay. : of artificial Ice. at exercises fixed ideas and city some time in the future. I WARREH'SWinter
Tht early iuee fe expected to featuring a short address by change to new I. The amendment provides thatin
Mfc. NwMnndatkm. for use Miss Mabel L. Osborne. historianand ; ideas he said event of any national emergencythe FOR- Pork Pfc.. ..KopiowicK NtD
of the .tabnr centers to directors chairman of the John Gorrifi learn to think Government shall have the
Hf the nrM Vrceiable' Commit- Memorial Committee.' without confusion right without charge to make ex-
'
Ir. After pictures and a welcome at ness." TRACY and Kother- clusive or non-exclusive use of
ti 5lttntt5. tartly before adViunMMM .Panama City the caravan will Because of the [abovel head on the.airport at which the surplus I
cave appnnal to turn- proceed to Edgewater Gulf Beach arc countries of the cast in The Sea of property is located. I I
in* all migratory farm laborrawps for an afternoon of relaxationand W! er, made that ' the However in return the Govern- pUS
orer to public or semi-pub- a banquet Saturday night at w rsi advances. Rev. starts today at ment "shall be responsible for the .

li;( The attRrWs Department for operation which Harry W. McHose. president a must find in the Theater. entire cost of maintaining such I pISAt pEAR O, t r
of Aericul- of the American Public Relations 1-. world a great part of the airport as it may use
.,.. .
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.ulN'niwd opera Assn.. will be the endure exclusively, or over which it may tietl I o(1t4LIM
S..... of tHe ramp. has been In- guest C6RNEL WILDE and Maureen are to we County BEER
tnttir I, withdraw from this speaker. O'Hara [above] currently vival of some of
Sunday morning the will are life" K
llrilr $",pt. 10. group I i 0
lease Gulf beaches for Marianna I co-starred in the new Fox
In addition to the eight migra- : APPLICATIONS -- T
.. ti''% (.rm labor camps the miirra- where they will be the guests of technicolor hit, The Home- I 21, anldirr Eflio; Field [fJ-\W\ Dial 2.3748
Supt. Arthur Dozier of the State Gun Battle ". McMutt. :21, Irptet. EST. 1'0
tm v labor hospital unit at Belle stretch, which starts at Roxy .
c *d* was released Industrial School for Boys for an H. ...l. 23. 1717 Kuhl .
<< to a hospital and Beacham Theaters tomorrow n I et r !r+ 1C'
t Mi.t HI Wtstcrn Palm Beach inspection tour of the school. I Inquest & Kelly 23 none, 16014 TAIIHS K .wt.aW soMia4o
C i:u1!' for continued operation. Later public relations men will i j A -..Iwnenn.sr Orlando's Pioneer '
1 11C
An Dt
inquest +.rwr dc
be the guests of Lewis G. Scoggin. FILED
park director of the .Florida For- i i' Epsie Moore, 38, et al t. Irene Pierce et at. .....a'. -IN-.I felt ATTIC FANS $$7.15 Cp ,, a,. ,,...d051,5k
est and Park Service at Florida Morse Blvd. \ DESK FANS AI"l
Social Workers to G H. Adami et..as, (>d :'
killed
Caverns with luncheon followedby was in a e ,
ter Park July 21. Corn to William E. Me- -
a tour through the extensive BED
caves. i Hear ReportsOn for next Tuesday rem deed et Us 110.to Edna," Jean = LAMPSTABLE LAMPS:
ent
> tar
Q Pres. Frank Wright of the association Cor. E. G. $10 ELECTRIC RANGES
I E. Ditch et
I Moore was us to Robert
has announced that WATER HEATERS
Now some
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time during the tour a short busi- Institute I' to have been "' rt ux to Thomas Nirhol MOVES MERCHANDiSEinAverage CONTRACTORS .
Showing will be held for the when he $10
z ness session Bowden to O 8 SEE OL'R FIXTIRK DISPLAY
erse
purpose of the annual election of Accomplishments of the Insti- Charles R. .m. i m i m, i m 1:1.,: ....1:. N. MILLS ST. .COLOMALTOWN
front of the et nx to Ida B
officers.A tute for Southern Social Work Executives
T.w'I I. Ia.gluag on W. New $1000 CirculationPast .
Daily
State patrol escort will which was held last week still under et us to Francla H. I II - +zrs7 > ? -* .> ..

"My Favorite Brunette" guide the party throughout the at Blue Ridge. N. C, were reported day was at Orange Emerson. Co. to wd Albert(10.Stinsbury C l\Ionthl-'l.993! j ASPHALT RUBBER 8 CORK TILl

SsrtMg e.h three-day tour. to the Central Florida Federation for bullet wounds et .. to S. S. Deal ,
u
H.J* Central Floridians expected to of Social Workers at its and \\T st.Traffic. -on Aluminum Plastic 1 'i LINOLEUM AND BROADFELT FLOOR COVIftMC .
Uw.thy LOawrI and et to S. 8 Deal et or *
join the 30-man party their ux
wives are: French. Robert J. Bishop monthly Southland luncheon Restaurant.yesterday at the pt as to Georc S. WALL TILE WILLIX 8 WRIGHT TILE CO }
I M. J. Moss Jr., of Orlando .d $10 I 1
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Reports given by four Or- V
r were .. to W. Park Fed 1200 N. Mills St. Orlando Ph.ne 'W
I
Donald Cheney. Rollins College ange County representatives who! Denies : Assn. mss $5OO: 1M Color Combination' Bathroom I A:. -: ::.. .:. _
and R. P. Boynton. Daytona attended the institute: Miss Fran i .et TIT to James A. Brown I complete as low.. fM.SCHERFERTILECO. .
Beach. ces M. James executive secretary
City Traffic et al to W. M. Lynn.

DRIVEINATRE INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU IUYI Planning of the Council Community: Miss Welfare Madge 1 day delegation denied for the Zldek et al to John Zidek. i Kt N. Orange Phone Z-Z5lf. I MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY, Nit

I' Bartlett. executive of
secretary traffic light at Hart et uz to Glxella A. of Orlando. Fla.
the County Tuberculosis and and I
A Health Assn.; Mrs. Anna M. Lovell. Magnolia' M Williams. affidavit ALL Mutual-ALL Insurance
that
T grounds ; et ux to Coy W.
TONIGHT s.. rw.N.m. director of the County Welfare 1 compiled by the ... wd 110.I .
f T.we'A.rrt Department and president of the I Tnold. Jr. et nx to Eugene I Complete Facilities-Complete Covereo1
"RAINBOW ISLAND"Las Florida Federation of Social;1 Office did not ux. wd $10 Guaranteed dividends Guarantee! S1kn
I .. Lanford 9 -
The delegation et Us to M. i
1. III I IF Workers and Mrs. Olivia J. Todd. wd $10 iZ_
= A HOMMOWN TRANSACTION! I Mrs. W. J.
Mt..hr Mr Bracken supervising nurse. County Health 1 to Elmer Hirrington ct
Henry F. Ryan Mgr.
,
Carte.. Department. who declared the
lair WrM NewsatMrr ''as safety et as to Glenn L. Rickcr. Tel. 5070 27 E. Central Av >tod PL
a *
/trot ..... ,:U LA CANTINA ITALIAN Orange County figured in the ,
I Her IS .. Can Admitted Institute's program with a 50- accidents. nD to City of Orlando.. wd QUICKACTINGFOR ._ .
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Spaihettt aid Meal Baas services prepared by the
EXTRAI! EXTRA! Chicken a la CoccUtora Pacific ocean and
Community Welfare Planning
SPECIAL FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
STEAK: CHICKEN SHRIMP
Amos .noT. or FI.MER4UC Council forming the basis for I
; >* FAMnt rAWMI\iO I. Highway Phono 3(57 I I
.one discussion
I' group. Foundation for
tl HORSES Closed Mondays ,,Miss James said "We learned a whose IMPORTED FIBRE RUG
great deal from analysis and criticism -
lie said the
z."C. CRRS
QUICK RELIEF FROM
i of [ @
t the survey made during five-year cycle
the Natural and Assorted Tropical C....<
i; Institute. and Mrs. Lovell said apparently' (' HEADACHESNWRALSIC&HUSCVLAKMUHS
the need for "analysis and pl.n- Florida last AVE. hI! S244 Sit!. .51150 as T N Tts1I /
mng" in community health and 1 cases were 17.35 h' . 12.H 155 J.
welfare work was made evident. "
he said
l Ope* 12:45 | Miss Bartlett reported on the or year 50 cares 1 mND All-Wool Carpeting-Asphalt Tile -l......
role of volunteer agencies which ed." A
TODAY
LAST TIMES
with their greater freedom of action "Florida is AMERICAN RUG AND LINOLEUM M
s ( Denim Morgo she said was to lead public nation in regard CAUTION:
rL "CHEYENNE"With agencies and Mrs. Todd spoke cases." he added. usE AsDIRECTED 163 North Orange Ave. Phones 'IM and. !1ri
I
briefly the
on "friendly atmos- fornia. the
Jflira W,_.. phere" of the institute. it was last year
Besides the Institute reports the The Federation KINDS i
I Federation heard a report by pense with its rI r rI
TOMORROW Marion T. Jeffries. Southern Flor- Mrs. Georgia F. I
Ida representative ofr the National dent presided. I
Wafer I ,
;! Systems ti
They race* KreSl Hit
DINING ROOM COCKTAIL LOUNGE
-.w for HUM limit! : j Jacket :

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Gte. EL PATIO I
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41 gnat ra<.| clot "Dancing under the stars"Billy Hydramatic

we{!. itnr ; Arnold and Us Orchestra: Wednesdays and

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Their ae+e e.eitdg Ad! } t FAMOUS FOR FINE FOOD FOR 20 I t7"ft 1 +rI Congratulations

I / a Wai PHONE' 5910 CHENEY HIGHWAY-cLOSED I I music- tonight and every


at Orlando's popular to the Army Air Forceson
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Cock to:I Lounge" Joe
tJaryStarling's 3974 S.
DUCK I IN
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188 v till midnight. ARMY AIR FORCE DAYFRI.

fUt M 6M- [U. Dding Room,,. Only._ ] : Popular eating: spot '

t a aN lounge serves dinner''!

I '.e : ( tin 9. Miss Rosse; Crispe AUG. 1 1st

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Teda"ca0't3d
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Heads 't Tuesday, July 29, 1947 Orlanim, iSnrtititg firttttnrl! Page 11 j jI RETAIL ML
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I I We inVite'visit
I II I Five Girls our

Off: for UofF JR.rr I I Petty Officers /:I Gain Orange 4-H HonorsAtCampMcQuarrie Slade-Booth DISPLAY Shoes ix,yt.l1 .s-mHllfl:'41 !A!.2! >,

123 W. Central Thln" 5.. EM,, ,

yam. trust-i a BMUoritr! of Or. Rating Offered I -i -- _jw. ora.i", : PIIen.r
Me. ( ?' -hooto Rill leave to- Orange County girls who won I I /Eau. ,
.., I'' 9 vat t* .Mss to attend ads I s.e S awards last week while attending i I t-, ...as. '
..I..- ..-menace. .huh win p Petty officer ratings in 29 rat- Camp McQuarrie. State 4-H Club : NOW,try l ueu CsRR
':** a! the University 4 e. tc Ai camp were announced yesterdayby -
ing have been opened to -f""
groups
f* M .rvlrt auaiHV-e! of the Miss Elizabeth Dickenson jf
...,w !),>,. "I rubiir Instruction. I Naval veterans of World War n home demonstration agent. t* rep'. .'urn".
\ f to i.....t>.... h king. held a who wish to enlist in the regular 6 Miss Margie Bishop of the C and 20cChalk .... lK
.. IIM'- H'M f.r the new / Navy it was announced yesterday. i Michigan Ave. ClOb was voted
..... .Pat' .Uh teepee{ U the is the most popular girl In camp ow ... t tr
........ "UI. ....... ..... I ; 4ad Ifn! by S. S. Klenk r. CBM.ho and the outstanding girl in her ,.-."t ::I i
i.FU charge of the Navy recruiting cabin. '
.
,.... n n* to at lend are ,? i F office here. |I Other county girls who were Line DDT .._
f? a ***' c eNIl Or ilteR.Da.M !
.. I '"This mean," Kienker said voted outstanding in their cabins
to M >.i i JMHMT Hwb School; .-
WiI were Miss Faye Cooper. Union
. "that all members of these 29 rating !
ft tr;' :at Chrrekre Junior .;
Crayon
Park: Miss Jean Tarrington. Pine ,
.iib .tvMrs J. & Ktnon. .groups will be able to enlistin $4 > .. ea4.
Castle and Miss Nelbia White
w. ".*" rlMtal... Winter I ItI the regular Navy as a petty of-1 i .
o. t: .'." WNUeiM Apopka I fleer regardless of the length of .. Orlo Vista. Get Rid of Ants and Insets j
@ wi"-. slid the folknrln a $ sI.th time since they were separated I t
< from the Navy." I .
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Ztvf* hoI" rtortp li c MOVING ? .
I. 0M- .."", W OHiirai. Are ; i V as i r rv Among the 29 rating groupsare All Start j
Fireproof
storage
w. c'. 1"1.>.....M. M jtland; 4 both Naval and aviation Uorcr at tine fin'DltWe .
.. I machinist and electrician mates.
Mln
.W. s r Windermrre:
Wt MI/arrlL. OethaNelson I Naval and aviation radioman ORLANDOTRANSFER National Products Co.
Tp !.i., Pert. and T N. 'A* : fire controlman, shipfitler, yeoman & STORAGE CO. I ""
; storekeeper, photographers Orlando. FIlL
: '?! Perk TEL. tau I
',1,1 JudMin R Walker .,f rM mate; musicians, printers and iLA I''
IIIlI! bo" .j"' .tMot R Earl Klpp others. t a
Full details be obtained
.e .ue +tll'flCl M will, Jv.. r may PAINTING-TOTAL PRICE
$25.00
3 3N office locatedIn
from the recruiting
_rt a t**.-hr at. Ocoee A MOTHER OF TWO STRANGLER'S VICTIM: Mrs. Julia Katona, j
the Orlando Post Office Kien Our $25.00 Paint job Is only $25.00 unless youorder
Ct' si "t'' .x>1Itlnde "riW ker said.Post : 35, shown [above] with her husband Navy Lt. Frank Katona, extras-our finest Deluxe Jobs Are aloe ff I| i
'wy
nFz and their two children, Barry-Frank {left], and Bonny-Joy, was priced according to your order.STIVERSPONTIAC.
Academy el' Music ; .- to"K Office Exam I found strangled to death on the floor of a log cabin near Tall {

A- Accredited School W4 K I Timbers, Md. Her body was nude except for shoes and socks. I 12 W Colonial Wt call for aid deliver. Pb M UIM
j JLppeved for CJ. Training ', Attracts Nearly 50 Medical Examiner F. F. Greenwell said Lt. Katona found the
about ]12 hours after she death.
body met
V.t.rsa. AdmlnUtratlon
fcf Nearly 50 applicants for the position 'I I II
of substitute mail handlerat )
lit UU aL rt*.ne Ins I 1
the Orlando Post Office obtained -

- II! I blanks at Civil the Service post office examination yesterday -; Oi efeic / ,1I APPLIANCE CENTERModern I
I IStes Raymond J. Heininger. sec- '
iUTCHLAPReafiRg : WAR BRIDE GREETS BROTHER! Edgar W. Barnes [Heft], retary of the local board of Civil I t. S
1 British flier and German prisoner of war, is greeted by his Service Examiners said last:night. : Our loans may be 3 Household AppliancesAt ,

.... !,:,:I sister, Mrs. Dorothy E. Keene, a British war bride, and her[tion An for open probational competitive appointmentto examina- insured to pay the t -Iy Once . No Waiting List '
A4Pt tTf. "torso o ,iI husband, Russell O. KeeVre, as he arrived in Winter Park the position which pays from entire balance in case I
A niIT INGLESlitTttK yesterday for a month's visit in Orlando. As far as is known, 99 cents to $1.24 an hour, was an- of death of borrower.THE I I
\ Barnes is the first relative to visit one of Orlando's many British : nounced Sunday Applicants must 31 E. Church St. Telephone 2-3736 I

.MlroiTi j t brides. Mr. and Mrs. Keene, who were marrfed in England, live be between 18 and 62 years old FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT ORLANDO Y'llillgs-lllcludillll I
OWN a Oj* Wfdnesdayi
and live within the office's
at 59 Cheney Ct. It was the first time Mrs. Keene had seen a I. They post have until Capital and Surplus On Million Dollar i iJj
delivery area.
L T. JERNKANlt -
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IOKBn: rxonAi. DEPOSIT isCKAMK COXPOKATION
!i' i! member of her family in 16 months. Aug.. 21 to file. -
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dl.tuder JrL 74X7i 1'1 I SPECIAL Senior Home Clubs ,

4 HOURS DRY CLEANINGMANGHAM i1
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I I Bemu To Picnic ThursdayThe

CLEANERS annual picnic of the Or- .

I r rI I ALTERATIONS W.PhoB KobiBsom. -247084M DELIVERY Are.r ange Home County Demonstration Council.Clubs Senior will Discover the bread that's
Ir : I be held Thursday at 10:30: a.mat
Rock Springs near Apopka. The /1
Conway Club will be hostess with
YES! DELIVERY anangements in charge of Mrs.S. .
i W. Speer. president: Mrs. Har-

r i I O'Neal-Branch Co. ry Dahm.distance and Mrs. Evelyn ",

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r I Office Supplies & Equipment Jt

JET rr rr: j PHONE 2-4533 Consolidation GroupTo ways

: 1NNEBSPRINGMATTRESSES: Set Educational Drive a i
LOWta t far Its aaugMI v+ i
: coal \ w Trm. W.LOAU Plans for an educational cam- .
*,rr' FinannIt" paign designed to acquaint the '
i >BOX SPRINGS voters of Orange County with the
!! HOLLYWOOD BEDS r r benefits of the consolidation bills
r to be voted on Sept; 9 will be gone ,
: tA1FOrAC'rVR1tD' TO TOUR r I.Mann.nt L.a.eat. over at 7:30: pjn. today at a meet- s
i MttmZNIAI. OKOCXAT 4ta r+..r rV ing of the Consolidation Committee S
at the Angebilt HoteL
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Eola To ConferMaster's
S J' .ea.nNa.Inl rtwM* Lodge
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.. ...., 7........ i SALLAS & SALLAS I Degree TonightEola
J.4::. Lodge No. 207 will confer TENDEBLENIJFD/
KHOLS BEDDING CO. : PLUMBING CONTRACTORS the Master's Degree tonight with /.

t' ....W4wy JWt ... .... Ma : and REPAIR WORK the first section at 5:30 p.m. and
I .. t.-r.... the second at 7:30 p.m. The work
4'a... ...... I'.1i NI.W : j 531 W. Central Ate. Ph. 8017 will be' conferred In full form and
t 1+. .. .. ........ ..... i: i S. F. Sallas J. K. Sallas all Master Masons are urged to l la la
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./ 'a112 OJdattb nnthtg &tttthttl Tuesday, July 29,1947( Club For All Purposes [ i '
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KISSIMMEE The new Kissimmee Roping Club, i -'Due _trsawet
[Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel]
SANFORD-The entire north- designed to limelight Central Florida champion cowboys, Air QrcWsssssF

cut corner of the Seminole County held its second free match Sunday afternoon, in which rWHIl1 .,..
Oscar Clemons and Jim Day, unnofficial All-Florida Champ ..teaweai..
Motors Bids, Palmetto and rt I
Cowboy for 1947 split lariat honors.
\ Commercial Ayes. collapsed
I yesterday r MCI/-
\ "Florida cattlemen and horses 4, i
about 2:30 p.m. dumping a know their roping but possibly All stoatS ,
ton of water Into the garage with they aren't as used to bright 'I cowboys from all over the Stateto -r era.M:".. : aaeadrwE I
hundreds of dollars damage to lights and crowds as cowboys else- enter both the bulldogging and S 'tq11.s.'" t

cars and equipment but no Injuryto where; we think these weekly roping-events here Aug. 3. $42.3S
.workmen matches in all phases of cowboy Officials and members of the DELIVER hi YM
work will produce Florida winners roping club are as follows: Bill t
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The collapse came without that'll wan money in any rpdeo Barber, president; Edward L. -. _.
warning, and with a deafening arena" one official of the club "Geech" Partin, vice-president; I
eraah the walls went out. While I said Monday.
Oscar Clemons and Jim Daly
Police Chief Roy Williams believes Enthusiasm ran high at the arena directors: Buster Kenton I
It must have been struck by lightaing Yates and Cubbedse arena Sunday announcer: A. J. Paulk, calf flag- BABY STROLLERS
others who knew the building ,
and turnout of fans
a pro- ger, Ted Bass, secretary-treasur-- :
with Its flat roof and walls expending vided ample applause for what I er: W. R. Martin J. C. Gaskin I i
the up above the roof believe old hands described as "slickropework" r Pete demons, L. J. Bevelle, Jerry "Walk-O-Ride"-Rcg. $9.95
result of cloud-
a near
on the part of both Hopkias, Murray Yates. Tommy '
burst which
had
Just ended overloading I
men and quarter horses. Bronson, Joe Yates, Buddy Bron- I
<< the roof with water. SPECIAL PRICE (*y"
Workmen had Just rone to the Forty-five calves were roped in son. Mac McLean Cecil Yates and

ether tide of the building when the contests and the best split- ; Amos Bronson, all of Kissimmee, I THIS WEEK .............-...- II
the crash occurred. Three autos second record set by each entrantwas Charlie Barnes, Fort Pierce: Glenn
were crushed flat and anotherwas as follows: Oscar demons, Murphy, Avon Park: Murray Bass .
damaged. One car on the FIRST PICTURE OF WAR IN JAVA shows tracks at Prodolmggo on the edge of a fire 20.5: Jim Day, 23; C. L. Mann, and C. L. Mann, both of St. Cloud. JOSEPH BUMBY HARDWIAE M.
approach was badly damaged I I caused by Dutch bombing and Indonesian St Cloud, 48 (two loops]; Glenn Calves used by members in the I II ORLANDO HtMTU Pda
when the brick wall fell out on Dutch marines moving along harbor railroad scorched earth tactics Murphy, Avon Park 53 [two roping contests have been donatedfor II
It. u n _, I loops!. use until oversize. Club dues of I

So much water was on the roof .. .. .. Bill Barber and Buddy Bronson $1 per man pays for feeding costs, I .
that when the roof caved In the l la had tough calves to handle and and at a recent meeting a dona- ------- ----
water came with such force that CtnTRAl f l RIDAS li Faces I no official time was set on their tion of $25 made by Oscar and
it swept clear through the 70-foot i Daytonan roping. Oscar demons took two- I Pete demons was accepted by
building into office and showroom. 10 i iA ih it thirds of the jackpot contest the club to help defray calf main- I + ,0
lapping high on the walls on .r) 1 % money, with Jim Day earning the tenance costs. Donors and numberof Gas ll 't Now
either side of the door. remainder. calves contributed are as follows 'rr' r..
I SrstemsInstalled
The owner of the building Is a Murder Trial Official announcement of free : Mac McLean 2: Bill Bar- \ .. ,,,,.
Wtlkes-Barre. Pa. resident and it bulldogging contests next Sunday ber, 8. Cecil Yates, 11: Claude Er
1 Is not known how much Insurance included blanket invitation to Tindall, Davy, 8; Jesse Oiler. 1. Anywhere t"l1
( coverage might be on It. but Jack V1zctoq f Special to Orlando Mom ng Sw f1E"l] ---
Ratigan. owner of Seminole County TAVARES Sheriff Willis V.
Motors said yesterday that all HANLEY POGUE McCall arrived here late Satur- LUSTER FOAMShampoo
cars and equipment within the day with Russell Loren Lantz 19- for docs/ kills and repels fleas and ticks. i
building are completely covered THE QUESTION I Featherstockins Kennels. owner of Beau Joe best in
year-old Daytona Beach chauffeur
BRINGS NATURAL GAS
by Insurance. If you could be granted one 9k- J "\ f: show. Winner, at recent Daytona dog show, is an
charged with the murder of his I T enthusiastic user of Luster Foam.
wish for what would yon ask? Wactau Ballaun
employer Sold by Leading Drug Feed and Stores
Jet TO YOUR HOME OR BUSIMO5
THE ANSWERS Lantz will be tried at the No-
Telephone Firm Grove Hill, block mason and WADE H. BERRY [above] yeo vember term of Circuit Court. He I '.-, BKOfVER LABORATORIES. ORLANDO, FLA. ForFASTER I
builder St. Cloud: is charged with killing Ballaun, a -
first class USN husbandof
man ,
"For my wife to stay away for resident of Daytona, with a pieceof COOKING
another week so that I could have Mrs. June Berry, 336 Lake-| buggy axle during a weekend at ELEVEN YEARS OF PROVEN QUALITY \ F
all of the good Ave. SILENT SERVEL REFRIGERATION
the
f Shifts Location view is serving on II Ballaun's Dream Lake cottage
cold 'suds'I want staff of the commandant of near Umatilla ECONOMICAL WATER HEATING
to drink. She has the 17th Naval District Ko-I anti was returned from Nevada c ec i l
a few Blight objections ( IU IA : WII W MODERN AIR CONDITIONINGCLEAN
[Soeenl to Orlando Morning Sentinel] to the diok, Alaska. Berry, who entered where he was beginning a .
six-year sentence for armed HOME HEATING
DAYTONA BEACH-The local ,,, : beverage, and I the service in Sept. I
,
robbery. He was arrested in Las
office of the( Southern Bell Tele- rather like the
1942, participated in the occupation Vegas for holding up a filling TRAMS MARK ZEO.
phone Co.. have moved to their drink especially
new office located In their new x on hot after- of Japan and Korea. station after he left Florida in Combination Venetian Blind A n:ng and ShaltrFLORIDA r Natural Gas and Applia*+t to*

building at 268 N. Rldgewood Ave. '4 5,noons. When she Ballaun's car. APPLIANCE & SUPPLY INC.
Mgr. Frank Ellis said that all :" Is at home I have McCall visited the Elks' con\-en- ORLANDO
taslara would be transacted to figure out Registration I tion in Portland, Ore., while irr the Formerly home Insulation Co I 1249 N. Orange Ave. Flo.SANFOIID R1..
Seem the new location and that ways to slip a ''I Northwest His wife and son accompanied 953 ORANGE A\E. WINTER PARK FLA. Phone 4678 ....... 11.
Hill few him the trip.
persons paring bills could now occasionally on DAYTONA WINTER: PARK ORLANDO
j par them at the new office. Be and that doesn't work so welL Office Sets 3070 708 6890 I
said that the old office located When she Is away on a visit I am A dragon fly has 30,000 eyes. .
.n Magnolia Are would be able to indulge my taste as I - -- --- -
deHd. please, and I sure do enjoy being Longer Hours _. -- ==--===-=-u ___ -c .ce.:... u' "" ':0"""" .
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la 1941. but was abandoned following * I Ii
(Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel]
Pearl Harbor work startIng Miss Jean Woodruff, clerk. Eus- .o
DELAND Due to Hhe
again in October last year. tis large ,
;] The new building also houses the "Would ask for a happy home number of Volusia County citizens
equipment for the city's new dial and family. Wealth and. fancy desiring to'register for the forth-
telephone system which it Is expected possessions are ,
not as Importantto coming dog track referendum, the ,
will be In operation earlyIn
December. Some $1 million Is me as happi- ::: ., county registration office yesterday -

t l i Invested in the project which Is ness.thing that The only .,5- began in addition to regular
1 of Spanish architecture of brick can do Is money pur- hours, remaining open from 7 to 9 ;
I and white limestone veneer. chase the goods pjn.
I
and materials you This schedule effective Monday ,
I Elevator Service desire it has ...' through Friday will be kept I
never purchased r "<: ,< through Au 12 when the 'i
: ;"" books ___ "
Suspended at Bank t.. ''' r= "jz. -- r
happiness for an ... close according to Rodney -

IScaool to Orlando Morning Sentinel. ] unhappy person. ?ar,.'.... __ Thursby. supervisor of registra -. ..,_ ,
With ; Yo
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Ne a happy tion. i ,r j r
Smyrna residents who have toT khome and family WoodruffI Only residents of. Daytona dt
visit professional people In the I would have everything in the Beach who have not registered I
State. Bank Bldg. within the next world I want and except to pur- since Jan. 1. 1946 and those In j / t $
chase the
necessities of
life I
will the stairs and +
i few days use would not need other parts of the county whoss I /' .
money.
any
not the elevator for the bank will * names have not been entered on I
a be without. an elevator for a few Mrs. Lazell Tamsett clerk.Ta- the rolls since July. 1944 need report ( d s -- ,
days while a new motor Is being vares: for registration. Those who I 1
] A short circuit In the have
I purchased. "1 would ask for a home of my changed voting ecincts
; raotor;: caused a fire alarm Saturday own so that I could raise my family may have their names placed on
j night when passers-by saw > in the man- the list for the new poll by writinga
t moke coming: from the shaft on ner I wish. This letter to the supervisor In their (
' top of the bank building. would bring me own handwriting. .
r more happinessthan The election to be Aug. 28, Is t ,
Planning To ; any other expected to draw one of the larg- t tt ., vii
thing I know and est special election votes In the t
.;: that is the most history of the county. Mounting
BUILD'Csll ,. important thing opposition to the track is becoming -
tt.t thatapersoncan felt from the ministerial associations --S
us for estimates .. ;:"t': < get out of this of DeLand. New Smyrnaand II ii I :i 4 -7T
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on complete "" 5 'f Daytona. These organizations
1"S '.4; ::1".:-\ tryingIhavebeen have expressed ""unqualified determined :
'
home opposition"
BUTANEEquipment for the to any formof - r
Tamsett legalized 4
past two years gambling. in the f
and am not getting discouragedas county. t- I ,
it looks like I will have one

ORLANDO BUTANE GAS soon." * Volusia/ County

SERVICE, Incorporated Mrs. W. T. Bevil. housewife
Kissimmee: Court Records
lilt W. Robinson Ph.2-1733 "Happiness, home and security. ,,s-
I would like to have .home out SHERIFFS DOCKET 4
In the country Arrested [County]: 5'I.'I.'I: a '+Ix.
with about an Betty Smith and Jessie Haryin : :
acre of land with
charged with intoxication.

lawn.a nice I big want green to 4 Pickens Pope Jr. and Madge II ..rte'i a ", .
I Hoffner. charged with reckless A T
have about three r a
,
children to enjoy driving
the lawn, but I W. C. Herrington and Adam I
weft\ti do not want to rr Roberts habitual drunkenness. ,
t? .
()f\\ft tl t IOf them be responsible for ? Joe J. Hanshaw. grand larceny.I raw. -ao IE :


i 4fes.otiotias 04 0 r- cannai ''grass.mowing care I for wouldn't the any check.J.J. W.D. Davis Pike,embezzlement.passing a worthless I: \ .: t # 3-Pc. VERMONT MAPLE SUITES, As Lew M I

Ants chickens because Bevil Carl SchamaU, assault and bat- i
\ilea ao'aoo"' .. I have had experience with them tery.Released The ideal choice for newlyweds with a
,) unites I and they are too much trouble. : I ,, ,
Te ham' budget that must stretch far! Charming
iG1Suir' We have Betty Smith. "
o come now and are trying Lawrence R.. '
: ONE 5s66pH to get rid of them." Daugherty. Frank Carter. Madge pieces in a ruddy maple that emanates $ ILI'\
901SiftC8" * Hoffner. 5''S.... good cheer and super comfort. The 3-piece 14 6
1 George HalL service station op Carl Schamall. Harold Bridgesand ,, I ;\, maple suite has buoyant sprlngfxlled
erator. DeLand: Pickens Pope Jr.. bonds. \ '
cushions attractive
"More business I Md much J. W. Pike to 9th JP court. -" .J tapestry covers. g
I rather wor.k than stand around W.A.Johnson by County Judge.I t r Cl C.

C and loaf, and if FINAL DECREE GRANTED Drop Leaf Tables . Tables
I had plenty of Quiet title of J. W. Rosier vs. l Refectory . Coffee T.Ww . .

.:?r ,ti.;,Zk business be able I to would have the tea unknown creditors heirs and devisees other parties gran- ( End Tables. . Lamp Tables. . High Grade Top tfJ CMW0

wanted everything Anything else I claiming by. through under or r t( Studio Divans. . Slip Seat Dining Chairs in sets of 4 eraS I. .
against Thomas Fitch
deceased
W) YOU that Is worth et, &L i -y' Knee Hole Desk Secretaries
KNOW THAT much, and brings DIVORCES GRANTED . . Corner Cow . .
IY'TKES/ "r 4.c;. '4k* you happiness Therese Prather John 4 1 Ji Whatnots.
MI .,, has to be earned vs. W. b
M .F and I do not believe Prather. .
kr I would enthIngs- Alice Catherine Wells vs.Rodney
Vf Joy having Mercer Wells.
Hall handed to me on Florence J. Hockett vs. Roland

C ' tOIGET AM II a was silver good platter.and plenty' If my of business money S.Michael Hockett. Zalisa vs. Catherine OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT-EASY TERMS, FREE DELIVERY AT MATHER'S

was rolling in I would take more Zalisa.MARRIAGE,
AUTO ItL time off to hunt and fish and that APPLICATIONS I
would take care of my health and Alexander M. Joy and Dora S.

0 At.ui happiness." Sarty.Beverly both C.of Loner DeLand.and Ruth S. Central Florida's Oldest and Largest Furniture Store

New Smyrna Resident Babcock. both of Fort Pierce.

110..$300 Buys Cox Property Elliott To Address

fAN .MCJ_ [NEW Special SMYRNA to Orlando Morning BEACH Sentinel-R. R. Church Assembly

"f'' I' Boyd of Boyd's Men Shop has [Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel] h
i :tilt purchased the E. O. Cox home at KISSIMMEE-Richard Elliott MATH ER
I 1019 Magnolia St, through the W.i Son of Luke Elliott pioneer Chris- II ORLANDO
L. Robertson Real Estate: firm.Mr. tian missionary to the British 69Ph
.I and Mrs. Boyd plan to leave this I West Indies and president of the
week for a vacation in Kentucky Jamaica Bible Seminary will speakat
and upon their return will move the First Christian Church i
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% REBUILDING SHATTERED VET! Aavwcr t* Pr .I... r..!.
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Plastic Surgeons Adopt HORIZONTAL 4 Heating device' t_

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I U. S. diplomat AfiflEitt
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Ancient Art Tattooing 13 Lecturer 6 To tread u N
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Zt Zi NEW YORK AP Plastic which during the 19 Remain Italian city j
[ ] surgery, 20 Genus ot 11 Plant "I 31Ont er 44 Symbol for
war remodeled thousands of shattered heads and bodies, shrubs Min '? 34 Less Xresh erbium

hm taken the ancient att of tattooing out of murky water- 21 College official"Compass rotat :M Click beetle <5 Sloth

ua\t front parlors into the sterile air of hospital operating 22 Diminutive of Symbol samarium. for 27 He is under 46 Varnish
Theresa
rooms. of secretary ingredients
20 Collection
jkWRSI Today the electric needle, used perimenting with tattooing In his 23 Musial note sayings 47 Gush
24 And (Latin)
ta dreamt manly chests and bi- private practice Eliscu said and 27 Bulgarian coin 39 Lets It stand 48 Facility
spa with ship, flats and the female proposed to use it on soldiers. 25 Seasoning 28 Golf mound 41 Cotton fabric 53 Symbol for
form divine also Is serving 29 Genuine
EUscu volunteered to learn tattooing 29 Cereal grain 42 Conduct neon
to restart the natural subtle colors 32 Born
-and went to the bowery
30 Ever (cntr3 Fondles 55 Behold! .
to faces marred by injury or where for months he watched the 33 Affirmative
birthmarks. "professors" 34 Rescue I ;\ s .. 1 s i't Q a l.
And a top tattoo artist Is a New "They were marvelous to me 35 Gaelic
York aculptor. Frank EIlscu. wb'b.eame when they learned what I wanted 37Street (ab) I I"

a "professor" while servIng and whY" he said "they told me 38 Lone Scout ,,,, ..
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as a staff sergeant during the their secrets." Cab ) '111 I't'- :;
war at the Army's Valley Forge EIlscu practiced on his own arms 40 High instature ,;;. ,
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"ts Central Hospital where some of and legs. Today he Is covered I r-. I 1a"J

the mot startling plastic surgery with tiny patches of tattooing. 43 U .. '"
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I In history was performed. 'I "This is the color of lips" he 47 Accomplishment :t..it"; >'... '.., :11 ot<. i''Pf.rit
Hl.r. went t. Valley Forge tomake said pointing to his left forearm. l' 1 La t1 sv
slay models of faces and ;I "This is the color of one Negro's
.49 On thesheltered
E00.tltK. kwdlf which the surgeons could skin-burnt sienna. I call it. side i IJ:
, follow In rebuilding and patching "This Is the color of a soldier's
mf wovnded men. j' face, containing a mustache 50 Silkworm 34 a.
"I first made mask of the patient I shadow." 5lT3rdy I
," he said"and then Fd make {:, The technique of Injecting permanent 52 Occupant n '/-i"l 1,7, J, Z;; :.-, .."j.',}'IT."f '" 3i ., :
a clay head From there I would : color in the skin is 1mortant. 1i 54 Cabinet 010 ... = rl Ve S : :4i
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bulJd it up the way it would look I i .. If the needle plunges too f 56 Eats away ;; r :
after surgery. If a man had lost deeply, the blood stream carries i 57 Seeders..t :>0 ',.' s. I
his Jaw Id build a new chin. i off the pigment. If it does cot go I VERTICAL zf I :r,... I.
Then the surgeon would put in I deep enough the color sloughs off iL 53 SAt 5S
tartness for a Jaw bone and graft I with the outer layer of skin or 1 Motor part _
J akin on over it. +epidermis. 'I' 2 Papal capes 5. 51
"I was working as a technician I Ellscu's aim is to place the clo- 3 Unclothed z,
under Dr. James B. Brown a St. I oring in the gray layer of derma, _ _-=- _
Louis plastic surgeon who wanted or true skin which lies directly OUR BOARDING HOUSE
to match the color of grafted skin i below the thin lining of natural
with the original face skin. Therated pigment or melanin. This layer
patches were almost always .f pigment Incidentally, is brown. MEET AW SPARRlrtVtVJE4UATES Rte GQOGAU HAK-KAFF!= / w
much lighter and of course gr.fti:i Skin tone is a reflection of the AA30RJ> OLD KNOCKED WORD, HAPPY TO
ed skin never contains the vermilion blood red of the fatty subcutaneous PSL1CAM PLOTZ Tl PALS'- htE OUT MEET YDO CHAPS
of a lip.* i I! tissue through the derma and AND LOOPY f SLEPTTHEY'LL = ONCE" SHALL VJE TAKE A
lESS Dr. Brown had done some ex :: blended with the pigment lajer. I BENNY- THREE 1. CAN SNORT STROLL AMCBATTLE
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OUT OUR WAY
SAME BURKE AGAINST
hit UP FOR rAY TACTICS
WALTZ.MVTH CELL EVERY GROGAtJ ? ,
HAVENT IOU,GOT THAT \ GROGANF MANY A PuNC11TtM
LITTLE THtMG DOWN VET. 1 i s GOT! z F1oPE
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Stephens has an unusual job in I
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... R11QeERY. TILL wARM- GET KILLED i iNOCRNfl AROUND I'VE COT TO CHANCE A LUCKY HIT --
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IAN JUAN, t3ELElvf1, MrREaIO CRAM WITH THE NAVY RESERVE OLD BUZZC/MY Pit!
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RU60ERY JOB! WALLERIWu SIMPLE STUFF HfiKTEC PLANK KWNPvov TWET? S-29. W THE PACIFIC...
AT sCnus'o4T THEY CALLED IUM | ALL THEM PITS GUR1N6 TILE WAR CAJzeyiNd EXACTLY 'c THAT WAS SUCH AN X
TUCtf UT02CNE, 'U1N0-EAA-MCJ; AINt IT A MEAN/ONE UM6ATOK ENOUGH 5A4 TO AVUCE fT.? AIRPLANEIF mil M155ED
f TIM&,..tCKli MY 6ILLY'WR1N0IlOUMFiEADCDNE55 JOB,SON*2r LED ENTIRE IF THE NAVIGATOR MKSED, ,oUR TAROEtX7tl mcT KEPT
THE LATE Mrs! FOWTIONS OYEiCI ALL THE LITTLE FRIENDS \ ON AROUND THE WORLD
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SCHIETWWev AMP WE MAVENT MUCH TIME.AT THE <
E 1101 3W WB MALE JDH4.EM? WTT11 A FIRST&KM PAVU6UT. TSE FAT 6W PLANS lb AYE,OH ONE OF ANOEaYT WISDOM,R IS TCUETUAT
iROtFN Ed.A4c K&CONVINCE NAVE HIS SEARCH PARTIES OUT AMP THEIR DO&S YOU KNOW ME NOT 50 Z DO NOT TELL YOU
RS I TMF"IM IwKS/lW*V TAIM DENLS THAT WONT TAKE LW5 TO TRACE U*_.WT IF THE WHAT I SrfDOVECEI g/CHANCE,OP THE FAT
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.OONIIN'TO LODE AN*SwEETN SS-THEN SO R-REAL' HIS BROTHER WERE
CEREALO N f OtTNR THAWS A SORTA SLY IT'S LIKE SHOT IN TH'HAtREaNTL.1
Tit w A x AcT t a SNEAKY PASSAGE-THEH HE WERE -VURR'fM'fSTmIOUSL.Y
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i CLASSIFIED Special Notices 1 I II. Beauty Parlors Hauling and_Moving 19. Services Offered 19. Services Offered 19. Services Offered 19. Services Offered I I IUHOLSTGt I rhmbD S

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111.R. SllVCNS Broker I have AMERICAN BEAUTY 11"1.0"-4.>. ACME DELIVERY SERVICE Ll-ht CONTRACT BtnLniNO of new home FLOOR 8ANDDIO-flalahlnc. SpeI I PLUMBING AND KAI SERVICE patterns. TTJE8: .JULY 3>. PAO$1*
!I moving aDd haulms Prompt aervke and repair to home aDd J t Glen I. Holiday Concord Purnltvr.reuewed .
.,sd my Real I Estate isO Insor- W. Church oppoalt Rial to Theater luld1 c.b. P.Dlrt.at.DI 2 jol.
S . Phone 47PLOWING $. the Runs
Ph. 6421 of kind Repair Ave bv
Iftlnsl.Staz .-.... from 64 N. Court St.ta I II I Bonnie Robertson and Marcaretj and reasonable rate any r .POI. Mod. M."r C
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307 W. Brown Por appointment ph 6931. I Fallsrd. K. Amelia, phone 24032. Work guaranteedUcenned.. Pronn M.tho 1122 W. Church; j; ..
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WaDt.Ad Rate __ Ave Phone 1-3SS4 I j j jAMMERMAI t tI DEEMS DELIVERY Service phone service C. R 7851. .
.. CONVALESCENT HOMK-Kow SO E. Pin. 10* ta 7673. lIght movin* and baallns. CLJANWO A FAKSSINO Cash lurh. ; el."lII.: .na: 22T.PLCMDO CFHOLS1EH1NU cover, reflo- Ot-sesse. oaat -* > 1 I
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11M I al 3O6 B. Kaley. Bpoelaliao ta propdi.t. 23* discount on wave*. Limited every load Insured; reasonable rate and C'1 pr will as.. o GROVE CARETAaUNO SERVICE ia I lahing. W* call Without obligation.Artcraft Looa'a. W* :

.. Srs.,Ie .. Special ear day aad .1... I I time only Plv* experienced operator 1 1 DUMP TRUCK SERVICE-Top *oLfill I pertor money. Brim 214 Boone clothe St. 8 .1 It* branches.rove Consult need a Kaxar-* for 8UVCW.. Central IS I 2-OOO8 Interior Decorators.. W.Central. I I W. Ce.trsl.TTRE.rYs35.. ".
3m. MrsR.is1. Ph I Phone 6462 C..n..n. olr prtleul.r l. o 2-21. I
proprietor. 6S84CONVALESCTHT
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.Iou.. dirt: osiaa 673 M. Orance. Pa. Bryan Day 2-2236 Msht 7538 I ILowett ..
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I p... ,. .. i&. fold-How open i I| GENE BEAUTY SHOP recondition- Bray. P. O Box 102. Lockhart. Fla driveways IIERVCPoon. rof.The 2-9. VENETIAN BLCfDS-Made like new I 5927 ty. FaflrrUla Fwanry ,. J
Sh ba.. I. I at Inc treatment Ire. with all perm anents I IF Phone County 33R12KNOU.IN3Z2tO5 .t. aDe POWER LAWN MOWERS repaired lne. Best .n. Call
Chaluota is mile K. K of Or.landa best workmanshipand ROUSES lox
a by new steam .
Hanson Dutselei Adam Ph. 919
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239 O..n. _ _ _ _ _ sesnos lia..a
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.. 1-- .- I screened and open porches ta I UTOPIA BEAUTY SALON ttor... eratlnpackia*. Alan concrt work kid. 6780 new paint Jb. Harmless to fo..era orshrubbery | at -. .
Me _ alt and enjoy breeces off Buchanan C.. ESTIMATES Color aa.afsetee.d'' L. I
the cool I II OS B Waahlaa-taw 8'725.. agent for Delelxr Loa: Diet 53 Cort Yeasonabie e* PAlS aaciestlons. J C_
1 a f: : : I Lako Catherine. Lsrse rtraada sfldwoiks All p.guia.oent.rcdoced tluo..11 July Movini. 808 Macy at. Dial 496SLO1O CONCRXTK tlmates St".1 House Washing Co, Reliable) painters rKe. 13. see .b I IB..IIII
.... : :: aafo frm aste. traffle. La re. I I KAY1IJAUTY- poor and rl.w fo., phon 2-3125. ded Hatch 6O01 At Oldd.. a. kaaa-ood .cedar i I 32. Artleie tW .___
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and rooms. Brick construction. DISTANCE For price or Installed Can 80S9
*a I Ii driveways walks and steps. HO-TL3 CLEANED F.rol
A" .a" Ia TN 0rIa.. Can arcommodate 23 anly Phone ar i iwrtt McCrory Bldc upitalrs. withMiss point Packlnc. ers ting, local mevIn i I estimate call 3-0256. OnnhanConcrete I I and repaired tmslde I PAINTHfO-Homes and store bulldInis. FLOOR SAJfOam a-a-R i iInet ales
.1 a. are t1e.. i for reservation at one*. Ovledo I Hilda Monck. Msnacer AQ wore *. Suddath Moving At Storage COIIS price Co and out. Licensed and bonded Interior and exterior Furnish WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS AD I ...IMMTWyrkoHl pc' .

n. 't tIaj .. TN 3363 .r Dr. Martin 2392 ., writ cared for by experienced operator W. Columbia Phone 8154 Gale phone 22037. .n equipment By hour .r CODU.Ct makes, M.r. off.l .r.. BMW SS34 It. S1it.ca
.. ate, F. O Phone ..014.I CABINET AND MHXWORK to special REPAIRED Phone 9B74 Bsrton ,
; S. u. ... Cnnloota. Fla. La re* LAWNlOWE 8ar COID i SASfltS.Tht.e'-
xlaa rt.t. to visit their doctor. 'I 1 PERu.\NUT&-M.ebl_ oe _chi_ 18. Laundry Work order. Central Florida. Lumber I .D. .d p..e. H..a PtTGw.terprofD..D; WIDte1 ParkS3. A_ aI!, rew ':n. i suat ,
Co. Mills and .. .
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I. We14.4 16 SPENCER SUPPORTS Indlvtdnallydeslcned. lets 86 .; phone "64. Jewel Nebr.k. DI".r WE are eoalpped 407 S. Ozsna.i.8l,
s- rtTT. awe. Charm Salon. 806 W. Am.Ua.i. FAMILY wash t. 102. lima rock WASHED Screen- Porches window screened. DRILL GW.
E. BRING YOU Cy-RA BUT-AI ious door .
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. 15. Schools and Instruction I Work .u.raDt..d. B.I' .8Up.on Free eatlma work aaaraatavd.Cajl Nothlnt down. 3. month par.Belmanr c. ISwS BADTOMATTC STTPIw'Prrsa _
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Ine. Phone ,. t a .
S.. Offered 7.11. Allr. 6328HUGHE'fs -
ed for school child. 19. Services rep.1 re. Well Drilling and Fama
.I'.N S. expense will be at FIt there Deed-I i. ACCOUNTING Enclnctrlnc HISS DRY CLO W* employ only HOME: REPAIRS-From pair* on .1 home radios. Supply Rom 3. Winter Garden i avontaly Ja'. .
I".d t. flaanclal profit Involved for SchooL International Correspondence APPLIANCES REPAIRED Fan*. I d help and from to back from roof to cellar Puler 114-B Park Ave. A. Road. Or.ando. FISPIs. 7007.WELDRU.tINGW.f.i'ij. .
Lr. ... "'. : earn an arraacement. Schools Veteran approved UO toasters Irons and lamps Ph. S186 modern machinery. Try 1 MacDuif Including beatLes and ventllatrn Winter Park. ph ..11.UFRiGERA ._ I with *-. .1 8Vphon61S _

----m. I'a& And Dh.D Interested mast also beebl I i Rote P. O Box 2974 ph. 9282. Johnson Electric Co. 23 E. Church. Cle.ner. 204 Rld..O corner An work saaranteed Call 5026 SERVICE man diameter deep weU. 2'', 2H _

Mi. .. Ia- ta stand strict inveittcatlenConaeauently I I REAL ESTATE-LAW and practice.. ALARM CLOCKS REPAIRED Any RO.lnd. Phon 2-106. OiBEVICZo.i.CfDa mercial and dOI..U 1 year Com ia aad I". Caa install well and main i inn :', fPa..r aVmt '-aty Sa* .
only those should apply i Preparation for Broker and Bale* CONCRETE WOR driveway: steps work A. T plan Call ar write P. P"Pr.n. ,
fan fUfe Y..r who are anxious ta have a child In msn. Horn study course now avail.able. kind W.of fix clock everythlna or electric Barker equipment Repair -- walks. nor.. tankiii- and caulking service Licensed and OI'DG. phan-, .r.Dteed. . P. Fla! Phone 8. Smith-Corona .* 335 5.
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''.. the home for the 139 E. Pine 6-66. censed _d.d. Southern Statea Floor bonded $336.
'A4 *>r Trle h.n4) possible InianrlMevalwea Major Shop. 48 W. CentraL Ph. 7696.AWVINGS Co. 8714 or for n.s..u. Phone !S22 RUGS UPHOLSTERY CLEANED" WASHING IC AEFAIRED I TOOL
Involved. Please writ Box 2-221 R33TTALaawa _
Dial Venetianb .t.t. LIGHT JOB HAULING done reasonable Expert workmanship f. serviceGuaranteed AU .. and I
41S1t porch curtains. .
211a 2Star.SOASOAGS .r : baneaawa..
"IS. Travel Information ELECA RAG aad house Give me a 0 Jordan pick ap servlcw Caldwen Harris pawer -
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glider coverings. Full line ofmaterlaL . trot. L. 10thpronn. Pi roona; eont-wi-nti
Slcnderlmlns. alaS for Willis.Zlectrical 144 E South Kleenute Co.of Orlando 2213 Idfewator Dr. I eaMcrea
I Florida AwnlnsCQ Kr 8t 2-299. I ,
I Phone 9826. .c.n. & and mlaeallaaoaiia. Towaw -
..;: Neweitl and Arthritis Gilbert ABBEVILLE. N. C -Learlne August Contractor 2-ini '
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Care 12O W. YsIe:2-2011 Ladle only 1st Can take two Please call PCRNrrUR CPHOLSTZRT- BefiavIfh'nf L W WEVCPrell Co. I wa.h.t.ees.T
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sAlT ._D nlUl MEET YOUR FRIENDS aThe 2-4137 for particulars.OLJ.N ADVICE TO BUILDERS-ADd Supplyiuocationa. 4 piece bedroom snl'o ery Atomic Welding Good work charles .'.. Per SerW IAC I THE WOiYnimeif S.I''JR
Ma..in.
ear. a, ,. lion Mills rsD..b' mak.
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.* b... *" a. ". Town Ranch Itv Dsflons BeaehBerrtnc FIELD VICINITY-Lady with, 842.SO. 3-piero living room .11. 867ap 1166 0 .Ave. Winter ParkMATTRESSES ensan Refnseration 9'' enaranteed. Al WI.ln. 2014 L. aader edaer or pn nbc-
Bsee KebrasaACETYLENE 1
.. like rid around 38th. and P..I. Shop S"lc. 1' very antyth LOZLMI C' *
tra.M.4. 10. Harvard, the best In food and drinks baby would I II I RP.1 2-11. -Sleep IB . K.IO. Ave. pb, .Ute o
and electric welding an* Railroadconditioner
al Dart na a outstanding lonnce and Share expense 713 N FLOOR SANDING nnlshinc Best REBUT RoFcPr. ..1.3.r
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nb bar 16 B Atlantic. Phone 9277W I I Shine BtHAVANA. ': machine work on pump saw mill used. work guaranteed Cmor Mod."lupm..enables I WATCH ANI nwy RDU-
u* the best "Open shinclea or built and asbesto .
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Al road construction machinery
a. fir I. : P: Kelly. Retiitered SurveyorS and Nassaa by boat .r' and : bonded Bas Floor SurLecipg for Inspertloa" Matures U Articles
.. .p Cow aiding- Smith A Sons 4668 Reasnnablo price. ..
S. L .. ..* aluminum and bras castinc. McKinney I .. a. Atd
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.. Church and Main Arcad Phone plan Call Orlando Travel Serrlca. Co. Ph. 1122 W.
5, 51 tie*** Wail I' 2-17" Church. 2-2213. at McElror .
W. Kaley.
balanced diet Machine Works 131 SEPTIC TAFKB--InZL&IIed. Stab ap Paa 1 LIP $
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WANTS RIDE to or near OaU.va. c.b..t. service . 17th St at =
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12. Lost and Found In.. around 12th ar 14tn of Au*: parts; tractors and power anils order. Tlndall NOrsnte O.Dle BI.ot. .
;1 George Stuart13 S Main phone Tr. or 9922 .
I via nt wit* Farm and Homo Machinery Co. 40 Call St 2-451 _H..nMu.n.r.SEPC &et. ..O
l.t.I.a 'R.f..r.nc.I. Ph. 68S9 __ 81S8 .
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AfHraaa> a* evealas. W Robinson: phone 2-2713. i i TA I OC eA.' .
. BOAT LOST-Bears Roebuck *lumlaea MASS-Want rid. to Boston or vicinity FLOOR SAN DING AND FINISHINa PLASTER PATCHING Syaoez SEE. P., Un. .en. Pk* Qua : ATTIC _
Featbercraft boat On Sic Mr. W. P. Horton. Pine CaaUe.t BULLDOZER SERVICE Clearing -Prompt service Modern equipment I pump A
Lake ".IrYI... siO reward. Call grubbing and grading Also pan Also minor r..p.I. Orlando HomeMaintenance Burke POr..DI resident bonded. .Pi O:5. and 1M". 11 y-
I II. I ptaI N.Ifrts I!, 2-2f130 or 7348 I t Florida I work and palmetto rake. Phonei por.bl.. power. aDt.:Jstab.d : dial 9948 Insured Rol. 19 Box 231: 271,. I gtnia '

... DULY BILL FOLD LOST-Bro. contoinincdrIvers 17. Hauling and Moving I i 2-4427-. T_Murdoch.. bonded lur.d.IllrC Stevens Floor 8ur-. PAINTERS AV tBUF. ..u SEPTIC a-DisTAi andcleaned. I I WAT, _._
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0. license and other valuablepapera BATHROOM AND KITCHEN Modern.izatlon facto; 0512. t7 S.t. e.r 30. Good Eat E.C .
a N 0. ., PA all w. Liberal "..d. Phone 8O44fcxweoa AERO MAYFLOWER TRANSIT CO. I with lifetime Chromlt. C. RESTORED to Its orio Orange: phone 2-3786 __ In b..ID. Alter.tt CB 6730 .1 Fu I .. .. u _.
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Mo' 530-4-30. metal wan tile Drainboarda recovered "____ _
-Lon. distance uoTlas Call Joiner Craltmea workmanship PLUMB-DO-RjAIR iK"to FL.AKO DO-ITUTB-'CDOIr. a
nlOt.nL BLUB BIRD PEARLS LOST Double Van and Storage service for free with stainless steel or aluminum **Open for Rasa Irompl TEEP.U.MS TRIMMED and re D chocolat e I trm Willard .. _
Ow** evealaes 1 M U t 30 Call 42-8 for free estimate Metal IDlero. 1729 Or.nd 116 CoD"1 )OD.7p Th .. ..1irc
-trta. Lost on Orance Ave be. estimates; also local movinc. atorasepaekinc. Mattrea C.. ChuC S59. R..I..nce. BODt..e. .ohf Newton sugared or | .. B. >
1.- VSaIS.5 .atauU**. CA11 taeea Cab Station and Oddfellow crating and ahlpplns 1400 Tl e Company. 58 E. Central Lvi. 2-2213. PAINTING-9x12 roms. ceiling and Irvin St"t 2-ln. York hot roast beef ::' FAHAD Irma 35 .

iM.h- I Hall Thursday e enln*. Finder pirate I 8. Division: ph 7988 I I BUILDINu. remodelling repairing I FLOOR 8ANDLNO-Flnishln-. clean- I .a. '12. including flat alL L TACORORKr .;The Or.t Xnt. 61 i iChurch I w. .tB ._ .
.pW9. iiii.i-i-.i. retara ta Mr. W. R. Beecher. 1004 LLIED VAN LINES. DiCN.UOD'* I 1 Bonded contractor D. D. Riddle. waxinc Exelusiv agent for erlo. Term If desired, : !__ : ..u.t a esinp8. .
M..sms 44* w. Elm Ave Bsnford.iTiT I I lariest movers of household food ,,21 E. Central: 2-4631 Ii. Sealer suarantees per-: cenvd . : 2-4287. iradlnt Winter Park Nursery sad WHEN PLAH-rnO a baaqu.t.sod- !I n e\ T a. t .

By ft** Ckwr. _ 1 -Very Important kws Call Fidelity Storage & Warehouse CONCRETE FLOORS Drive-way feet- .hlc you who desire PArtYING-To preserve Landscaping Co. Ph. Winter Park 38 dine reception Mrthday or dlnnor WDrd I rContlnncd ..

AM wt* ftfartroftD.fHrrlile read.eewie bat near the Court House. Reward.Captain Co. for free estimate on your lone ;, steps. flagstones Reasonable Quality Lusting Floor Surface Co. I look I let us paint for '0' 'm-DE0E7rm". taken party Call Lent-wood Hotel far su.- I 'eL Ca. 4 CI.
I Taea Mt West. Cw- W. H. Hodnctt. 132 W distance roovlnr 56-61 W. Jackson Thirty year In* business. Free estimates Et.blb.1 since 1925. 1809 K.Or- Stanley P CurUs. Bonded Conin B.1Iel t Lous wood i
a. S-S331. Kaley. Fa 75J4. 5$. Phono 3-3184. C. N. Mdy, Winter Park 409. .. phone 7'38.r tor ..23930.Clifton ton. Fh. 4833 day. 9777 ntkU 13 01 oJe! P I I I [ OB x.


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Pushes Stock STOCK THE SPOTLIGHT Hd*. High Low Last ; : Donaldson Return to DeLand Homer 5

NIW YOlllt (AP) S..... clMin Price Mid COlt Pet n__ 1 U'. U4'. YORK TAP) Rising quota-
.n4 nt chan. 51 tn. IS m,*tM actiss I Texan __ .'. i
ck Mo h I' on pines have tak r :'-' to Orixk) &'- Sen' '' i tending Summer school in Gainesville -
rMtwday.T Monsanto Chem _u 63 62' tOM Suter : I -rfl'7q n'
Leaders Down | a* Oulf Peed 1*.(O -l *n n* chenpe Montlom Wae --- 1 e4'I 63 .3". the Spring sag Wedding Held DELAND- Tom Richardson spent the weekend at her Announcedto
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I $unrap Oil 17.500-ilW.s--*. and gMJ have returned hoe here. ,

1, Calico O.. & 11 IS.*OO-19- / I NagS- 60 1. 1.. 1-I pine was quoted at I [Spec Hew YORK I APJ While a few '._I.w Oil _14-* Chan. 0 Maran
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.IS and special issues managed to CH FusS Ai Ir 12._ >. up V* Nat Nat AlID.SIb 0 1'. ii'. 12'I, $58 to $86 per 1000 feet yesterday DAYTONA BEACH Miss Lois spent several days visiting Mrs. :, Tver City. Mich where she NEW SMYRNA BKACM -

tP their feet in I. Orrn.und 12JOO- Vi.-V. I Nat Bi.cLt __'n nh__ 2. 32'. 31'. 1.. well above the year's low of $50 Jeanette Donaldson of Holly Hilt J. F. Holland her brother- and Mrs. William HssMltasi
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yesterday's arlMdall ii.300.-.20-4-4 Nat Can -. ------- I 1 10'. 10' although still far from the yea'shiih married yesterday afternoonto Mr. and Mrs Clarence in-law. Mr. and Mrs W. L. Cook. home friends .
vk market late liquidation CMnrlr 14.4OO-5'Vi-1I ___ .a Mari t tei a .
put Cuh Peg __ 40'. 40'. I
MM I mu4 C. ._124*---t I No Container __ 21 41. 41 41 i of $70. Oak flooring remained Loran E.: Clifton, also of Holy and family have returned From there she will go to New Land ,

majority of leaders down fractions -I L Packard ,.aOO-5*.--M Nat .Dairy Prod n 12 .1. 333. I II at the year's low of $172 per 1000 I i H. in ceremonies at the Silver Glen Springs.Mr. Jersey where she will visit her I ding foUw t.
to better than 2 points in Am Wet Wka ,JOO-IT-1. ::: SatudaY' I J 0 t
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th broadest I Sadie ..400-*' r* ghana.P.eos'CsIa ___ 12 21 20'. and Mr. J. F. Toole spent I brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and i The bride is the _
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L500321' I iN.I No load On"uD_ _n____ 14 3. 33'. 33" $200.First I I The Rev. Loren Williams officiated the weekend in Live Oak. Mrs Edward Burch. Mr. Burch I aMine Clee.

than a month. I IOfl.rtnal 'r Nat Pow A U _n I 1.. I. lts at the double ring wed- Mr. and Mrs. Wellington Steer- ,I will receive his discharge from the 70e. . .
New York (AP Cloning alorka- lint Supply ___ ___ 20 I I lo M. M C
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I I Hd* High Low Loot NeSt Corp .__ 21' 47 Cotton Nets w h The couple
tlw belief that the lengthy up- ACT-Brin Mat I S>- g'4 Sic I N..por Induct n_ 10 28. 28 28 : : by her father S. L. Clifton. Littlefield returned Sunday home in New Jersey. Uce of the .1. '.

,ln from the lows of May 1? Air Reduction __ 2% 33 32 32 RR _n 61 lS5a 1. 18. Mrs. Charles W. Larson. Gainesville i Pea
Alaska .JUD.'. __ S S 4%, 4HAllvpban NYChZ&St.Pt2111' 110' 55 Cents at Auction served of honor.I from Pora. Ore. where they | Miss Mae Lewis who has been a* his Attending ** *
caB4 for a aisabl technical correction corp 3' 4S 3'. 3'. ,I NO Am _. 6 8" 7'. 'I &maid con- quite Ul at her home West and Mrs. William EUts -
Ay.tlOI bale' 01
even if the bull march I,lAllft Lud BU 3 39 37 15 3Tr, North Am. nn t 25'. n 33'. I II NKW ORLEANS AP) T fl I and Miss Sylvia Clifton acted as ,I vention. te E' Wisconsin reported o feeling o.e.
1947 cotton to *
Al Cbem DT* S iost193 193Allla ... lila 20' 201. r.ebh. J. OrI.D.C"toa Av.I The bride a
continue*. Ristnc prices In steel ; I Northern P.cllc Exchange . bridesmaid. Julian Clifton, brother slect .
Cb Mff u_ 13 38V 37'i 37!% :, .uctD.d .f Mr. and Mrs. A. Peterson much better. dine .
and otter lines 'hUe accentuating ____ I I terdiy at the .xch of the bridegroom best R w' he .
'L Alrllnra 15 9 9 9 Ohio __ 27'. 26" 9 'i wa today to
n New York. greetings
Inflationary psychology also Am CaSh A Had __ II 6'S 5'. 5>. Ohio 01 _u_ ___ 1 27% 2/". 26% The bale was p.rh..d bT John M man. Ushers were Dvd' are i B1aY' go which wore .

Am Can ._.___ 1 93 93 93 OUt E.nater 0_____ S 24 28% 28'4 Parker Jr. ef tbt firm of M P.rle Donaldson Adrian Tozer !I and :Mrs. Harry Sullivan Carle Giet Alfred Slnletn, and a corsage of
tiwpurd caution "ith the idea that Am Car Pdr 2 52 51'. 51 I Ovens Ill Olau .__ 1 19\\% 79% 79. Co. th. hlh. bidder for 5 j Eden and daughter Lou plan Mrs. Ellis chose a w r
"bannvbusf A 3'. I pound.Tb i Gi t Mar Marh Aeida Nor-
a cycle might be un- Am For Pow S 4 4 4 P Bach P.
Am Hem Prod SO 24 33 H 23Aa >. : Gal A _n 4'. 413. 41' 1947 tint bale grown at I A followed the ceremonies leave Michgn nip. Ra Waye sit with white
ar way A break in the London Pc Ee I 5'5%. Church Point. La In Acadia ParUa. b7 I acc.
LocomotU IS 34\i 24 24'a Tin Miss Irene rosebud
mark i was a sobering influence Am Pow Lt __ 32 13H 12 12 Packard Motor-:.-:: I$ :': 5'. 5*. I Freddie Claad and .itha 42S pounds. after which the couple let Cabpl L Evan. .

Am Bad *' 8t S 70 13 S 14's 14'. : Pan Am AIrways 11 10' 103. I IP.rD j o a short honeymoon. j II The bride was IBSmyrna
Oturrallr dlrWfnds ; b .
g and Am Roll Mill 36 34t4 324 32', Panhandle P & K : &. 7' 7'. I and

..mint* aided ladlvldaal favor- Am Smelt K __ 19 4S 62' 62V. I Pictures __ t 28'. lllg 27PUD and Poultry !! ah .
HM. Am Sil Pdrs .. 13 32'. 32 32 MIne. __u_ I' 11.'. 1%. Eggs I I Carters -- JJoJa\ Poole of the high a She e l

Am 1..a Ret .__ 2 40 39', 39K I Penney JC) ___u 5 4 AP) Florida nearby Miss BllrkeI complete h year next _
The list was only slightly Irregular Am 40 1571. 156'. 157 i Pen Cent'Airi ___ 2 :'. 7. .JACNYI
until trw final hour when Am Tob B Te_ 77.. IlLs 77HAm Penn P. & u ___ 2. 20 20Psnn fe.b isles to retailer son. The bridegroom is the .

Vlacoa* 1 . 34 PR ____n___ 31 2. 21' 21" Pet cur ReturnTo To Marry\ son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. )11
mar urgent offerings eventuatedand Am Vat 17H ; Pepsi-Cola . 32' Grade A W,. To \
------ Marry ef
I 1 1 : Wl. ton this city. Ua attt .
put most pivotals at their Am ____ 43<> I Ptzer Chal Co ::: 60'. 499. 49:: Per63. .
-WOlD _,__ 3S 38V 38 3* :F Phelps D.. _0 38 44'. 43 I Lars _. .-. .. ... __M-O-- doj' 'local high school and s.r.d .
k'i for the day. Dealings quiet Armour Co 1 II 14', 14H Phila _n_____ I 24" 243. Medium ________-___-21- l i iSmall Sanford. Hugh and a half years in the Navy, tl
the greater pan of 'the procredtncs. 1818"r, Phtlro Corp __n_ 1 211". 211'. 29. 48c Dr. Long Par'ke1
at the last. Transfer Atb A Dr G.___h_ S I'' 89 S 89 S Philip Morn_nn 11 34' 33&. 33. Extra large Uhun.J-_ __ _u2.-1IP 63c \! I! months of which wove tai at** I***,

picked up Coail Use 3 57 4 58's ML PilillIp. .____ 1 63'. 62'62' I IPremed 8.le direct to coniumen: Bf MAYME HODGKIN spe, ,icl W Mem 3 t ] i cue area. He Is an ilfilrtasaii Ik*
.( I.. shares compared AU ..._._ 4 37ig 37V. 37 U I Car U'. 1. U" Per d. In crts.tars. !Specwl Orlando Morr,ng Sentinel!] Cttn n1
.tth 1.1IO.DOO> Friday. Rf..- 3 2$H 25'. lot, Pub See 8t lJ __ 14 23'. 22". A______--______ .- 7Oe t ((5pciolto< Orlcndo Mom ng Sntire>n I DAYTONA BECH-Ms. Cath- i I, the C. I_ King Hectrte Cx
A c* Skis 39 6 fa '. 'I _n____ 8 $.'. $6" 56'. i 31-o 4e DAYTONA BEACH-Miss Virginia > Mr. and Mrs. C.
-
announced
The Associated Press CO-stock -aSaid P.. __ 21 28'. 273. 27' I : --::: :::::::..18-est 'I IE"u. Burke, daughter of Mrs. K erine cty I
fompooiu wu off :7 of a point at I Leon S 30 HH.lJ'iBait Pe"OI : __:- ___26-os a Carter and son Buddy have the engagement her
I I Lucien B. Sanders. 909 N. Peninsula I
: i
Ohio I 3 U3. 14 14Barnadall Hello Corp __ 88 .. S's .. Sties to Sales to I tue to thei Sanford Ave. daughter. Moa McGinnis Pol New Smyrna
,. widest retreat since June 24. ,
13' will be to Dr.
111 29 21 Orvh 17 i Retailers Consumer '
r" D. after In
med Michener
Oi 2 : to Mr. Hugh ,
Industrials yielded .1 and rails J. Brndii ___ S S 3J 3J Reining Rand = 35' 35' Dress (Joe Dr.d Live Long Jr. of Mr. h.o week Nor $
Of issues 589 fell Beat Foods S 24'. 24>* 24'. Repub Ada 5'. 5' JR. '-. Florida Dm,ed and Drawn and DrawnFryers. $ and South of Mrs. Lydia Coleman also of
registering, Steel it- ai89i, $9'i, Sep68 Steel :: I 383. 27'. '. Red 3-3 31 and M. J. H. Long, of Ccnway. Beach Sunday. Youth Center
and advanced. l.t"- u- 10 17. 164 16H i .. Cop A : 0 21. 20' 20. Broiler. R. l. s 4 1 S. C. 4 pm. Saturday at the Mr. and Mrs. Ed BIggers are in Dna I .

Touching highs for 1147, but Booing AtrpUD 5 164 16'4 14*4Bordn : RJnolc Tob B 10 421-. under _____38 38 43 M Tourist Church with the Rev. Paul Savannah, N. T.for the Sumer.Mr date has been set

finishing under the best were Co __ 1 4S 0' 4. I 2 ..1.18t H.D" heavy breed 3 49 39 5 Edna officiating.Mrs. W. C. Satcher has .'for some time in Augst Miss *
Bore-Warner Sic 50\'. Safeway Stores 1 282:1' Hen*. light breed _. 3 30 j Just returned Holds
I Party
Virginia-Carolina Chemical preferred Braalff Airy ._ 4 9'4 9 9 L S.a PTha 2 10 93.at I L. A. Shaw N. C home after six weeks'training Poole is a native Lcoltn
Bridgeport 1 IS1. IS1 1SU Rc." Pap 1' 1 11Schenley I Dham. i I N. C.. and has resided (
2 at M In the wake ofa *
Ir.
up __ IO'sScab will matron of Mrs. at the Appalachian
n.l
I
LIST
Cuss STOCK
:
Brian tUt -- 13 331- 35 33Buod DsU b ael Stt for about a coming here from (St-cof( to Or'cMo Ktw--w SeeI'
generous payment against dividend C. "___ 99 12'. 12'. 12', AL R ___ U 18" 173. 17'. Furnished throngS courtesy of M.rr J. J. of Myrtle N. Teacher College at Boone, year !
a 1 '34 34 34 s.ra __ .9 39". 39". Lynch. Penner & Beaae.Aluminum Jord Bach Mooresville N. C. where she attended NEW SMYRNA BEACH.
accumulations; Cudahy 1 4'' 1.10. W.tl_ M 20V. 19'b 19's Inc _____ S U'. 131. Pec.. of Amer. __ __u___63Amer C.. the Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Layf ield and schooL She is a graduateof 1'members of the Youth cI .
at 114. on a splitup proposal: I Shell Union OU 33" Ga .. 39% Mrs. George C. Schroeder to'
__ 14 13' U 33. 3. are
Burr Add Math 1 - --- children of Bradenton the
Tesat Co. '. at "'., Skelly Oil 1 RimmIng C___ 1 38&. 38Sincl.1 Ark Nat .F ._-:-:: :==::: 6% !I bridesmaids. spent HoInisor Business Schoolin I their party Saturday I&1

Calif Packing S 31 30'. 30 1.CalUbaa 01 n__ 13 161. Ii's Amer Light & Traction 19% b j weekend here wit the lter'. clubhouse they sang Hatw Btrtll
5. at $3', and Phelps Dodge }4 Z-Lrad 4 3Vi 2i, 2V I -V.euuJ__ 17 111 16'. Ashland Oil Re((. --_::==:=:12% I J. H. will son's' mother Mrs. W. Calott. '
at 43'%, Modest gains were retained Can Dry O Al* 31 17 10'. !'*. Sos Am CAP ___ 1 43. 4'2 4'2 AtlD'1 FIsheries ____ _.. 6% best Lon ac will a h I Parker is a former resident ofBirmingham day to You for Betty .
,
ed Woolworth A. M. Byers. C.nad Pacific ____ 37 13 S 13V. 13V. Routhern P.eUI 33 46e443 44'. Steel __-un____--_ 5% I man b Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Earl Broom Miss I and has resided here Cormlck who was IS eM.
Southern 25 U'. 4H. 4. Creole. Pet. Corn. _______.__ 31 George Burke, brother the I
10 17 17 un
Carrier Jackie Brotchie and James Ingley for 23 He graduated from that day. Betty earlier had .
While Motors General Electric Caw (JI Corl 2 38' 1 38CawrpU Sperry Corp ___n_ 4 20s : Cltle* _--_______--- 38% bride. Dr. Norman Williams Au- year. ,
and Tractor. Tractor 5 61 6O>. 61Cclanno Spiegel Inc __ __ 23 1 U Colt So.c.Arm .._________n_.._ 32% spent Sunday at Daytona Seabreeze High School in 1941 and tained a group of young m
Caterpillar Bach
Braoda __._ 6 30'. 30' _. ._____ brey Vincent and Dr. J. J. Jordan -
Stand
Bond Share Co. _13
__ 4O 24' 24 24 E1. u I Mrs. Elizabeth later served with the 'her horns at a private
American Woolen conceded 3Is Cp 11 28 2T 2T> Sin a A P_ 25 26'Zl's 27' Fairchild Airplane Corp. ___ 2 of Myrtle ad Mares
at 41. Chesapeake tt Ohio lTi at C.0.1 Ctloltx Poondrr 11 10% 10 : I IC.r. Stand Oil I 1 2 U 613tlLa Glen Alden Coal Co. ______________ 18". Bach I small son have returned from New I He is a member of the I party.
= : Ind 43'. Or AU. & Pac Tea Co 111% guard unit and a student at Stetson Willie anslJ.
Beach. Mrs. .
47> Pacific at d 32V* 32'i I StaDe a :8 4 4' --------- Smyrna McCray
and Southern 14 P. ) NJ 78". Humble OU Reti. __ =__ 66 I IHecla I
44*.. Off I or so were U. 8. Steel C.rUID-Te Prod______ IS 49'. 47t il's 47i.Ca 17U. Stand 0&01 Oh __ 1 313. 31 31 Mining Co. _____- ____ 12% Miss Rollins I Mr. and Mrs. Ben Young of University. McCray were ta ehavrsje 4>ffreshments
t 14 U% 139. __ _______ : "
Std SU
.t t4i. Bethlehem 89' Youngstown M 8p Pao 11H 10a 10. SrlJ Hubbell Inc. n 35 Lake Mary announce the birth of at the Yovs
2. StnUIII 42 418tobI7V Kalser-Fraser ________, 7%
Meet (74. Chrysler 594. Cat MW ____ 10 22 H 39 2121.9' n., .n I 203. 4. 2'. Krocer Grocery ___0__________ 50% a son at Fernald-Laughton Hospital and Mrs. 3. M. Gould yes at _

U. B. Rubber 4$. Goodrich 5514. Chrysler C 1 T Corl__ 46.H. 45 Va. 4SHCU ., Stuns Webster 6 14'. 14' 1' Lone Star Gal Co. _._____ __ I% Becomes Bride \ Sunday. Miss\ Mackay\ door. Marthar Wttee-c vsi .

I U Ilium 1 42H U' 42'. 8tadeb.k.Corp __ 33 23'. 22'. 221.8uD. Niagara Hudson Pw. Corp. charge of arranges fkv ..
International Harrester 89. American Coliat Palm P 44 44 I OU _.__ 17 1" U". U&. Niles-Beement-Pond Co. ___, __ 11''
Smelting 934. American Can Col Putl* 1.. 13 V. 1S&. I 8un.h. Mi_ oL. 10' P.Dte.OU of V..___________ 10' fSpecwl( Orlando Morning Sentinel) party as program etsi, i

I _________ 8'. t j
35'353.
13 12 12 35' Dr. n Miss BennettTo To .
Colum 0 A 123
M. du Pont 19]%. Union Carbide Credit E_ 1 4S 44V 44V T 1 Sherwin-WUllam ...._ DAYTONA BEACH-Miss Louise ', Engaged

I ft*. Allied Chemical 193. Pepsi- C.a SolvrnU __ 19 26V 2JS* 25'4Comwlth n. Co _____ 3 CS". M 0SsTexa. Stroek Co \ \ 28Sonotone i Rollins daughter of Mr. and'
*
____________--1 Scout
Schen- 29* Gulf Sulph 58 S 55 S 55 Cor. 3' RallyPostponed
Cola 334. Publlcker 2i6. r Comvlth I A Zdta South----.-IU 30 3S H 294 3V. 3's* I Tea Pan C 0 ____ 2 34' 33*. 33*. Schultc. I. u ._______ 4% Mrs. James B. Rl. Montgom- Return Robert Shill

l. 30'., Santa Fe $93}, and J. L Can Edtaoa ___ 26 26' 26H Tex P.c L Tt. u_ 10 28'. 28 1. Stand Ir- ery. was in that .
I Tide Wat ._ 242 21>. 22 8$ :_____. I Aa.
Cae38Bonds. COOS Volte 54 12. 11% 11\, n erp. : __________ city Thomas Edward
TransamertcaTrans __ __ 7 12H 12*. Tampa 33 Joh- O 1 1I
were mixed. At Chicago ; Coat Bak : 6 40 15V. 39'IS 40 15 i; & West Air n 8 1' 15'. li Tnlrol _uu___________ 1% son son of Mr. and Mrs. E Week I I I Sor' t ondo Min 'II

wheat lost 3s* to 34 cents a I Coat Caa = Trl-Cont Corp ____ T, 7V. 7Va Thermold _.-__ _________ of Daytona BEACH en-
Coat Motors 8, i'.. tt. I,I Twent CFozUnion ___ 2 32S 31*. 31'. Twin Coach _____________ Johsn Bach i h Thi DAYON' I tS':,' to ()ee'lp ..nSt J
47 of
bushel corn 1)4) to 14 and oats :Cult Oil Del 31 47 46 United _______ Eleanor Mackay I *
W Te
.COI. wed Or'ando' Mom Sentineti I I | NEW SMYRNA B&ACIII *
) I'. to 2'.. Can Crane CO _t'I. I Bag P 35'34'* 34H W. Va Coal ___--nun_ ICHICAGO took place In the parnge te BEACH--MIss ng Ocala has been aoace by her Scout achaiitiiisaf tsu1I
NEW SMYRNA Boy rally
..!!. barked ..wn In the I Crucible Btacl 3 29 29% 29% I I Union Carbide 1094 108 108 Baptist Church Montgomery.Following parents. Mr. M. Alfred I[1

*.tI.dtat, few snUates. after Curtia Pblh.-_ 30 10: 9.. 9% ,I Union Oil Cal __ 22 147 34a 14S 23; 23'* LIVESTOCK i ceremony the Lucille Bennett is expected home James Mackay. to Mr. Guy Wednesday, has bees po8pJ

g.*d early Improvement and CUew -Hammer __ 22 1 261 4 U. 21 4 V%. 26 4%\. g ;Air ItD---- 24H 23. 11.1;; I CCAG UP. -Hot I: S.000. I couple left for t city and will this week from Dnvr. Colo. Shinn. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles I until I Aug. 6. Kiwanis Ctuk _

bale. Air 27 24S 23S' 23V 'Dc SO-7Se higher on weight where she was a sergeant Shinn of this bers who sponsor the presp .
reside
ended off 1.95 .11.55. I -D I United S 20 19'. 19V under Butchers over 30O Ib*. here. announcementsaid. cit.
____ 43V. 43% 42* I n 30 lb. te in the Corps. ;yesterday. The rally tII .
Fan- ** 1 i iI 75-1 OO Nu' I
but generally Ay
Among Curb laggards were lbs Un Sic Wh Sir 26 S4 SS and couple Sept.
9V. 8 Te b med
. La Tourneau. Sterling Inc. 'Pl Lack Cdiaoa AWait_ 1 S3 23V. 23% I, Unit "u_ 7: 3 3S GOdTOnd2: highest since March I She expects t resume her position I i 5 at I i celled because of a
.. p. F PsbyI
S9 S8S 58' I 17O-2SO Ib* 28 OO28 office baseball between tee c-
---- clerk the local post -
and United Light. Minor plus I Dial Corp-Seac 27 16" liLa 30 16' I United: Gas Imp . 1 22V 22V 22S I I I .73: 260-280 Ib*. 27 00-28 280-320 Ib*. ,' a a i I terian Chuh Ocala.I game
_ 20 0.
_ 21 % I
24 scheduled les 3
marks were shown for Barium D.. Me. __ S 56% S6 56''UnIted M M -__ 37 17". 17 17 23 SO-37.23: 33O-3SO lb. SO, severs Pilot Club t after a vacaton I! a native of Ocala ers and Cocoa
and Creole Petroleum. Turnover .,_ 19 18'. 18%" 18%.''US Gypsum ____ 1 1033. 103 S 103V tots 3SO-47S 23 OO-34 00 Good Mike Sunday for ,I I Te p.m. at the hlf h school -
Ateet D.ur Id. U 8 Indus Chen 0 46 4S 4S and choice under 3SO Iba 23.50-2450; ad graduate of Fairfax Hall Va.
-- e. be .r
193% 193 visit his aunt. Mrs. The rally will for iestees
here was 210.000 shares versus duPont 1 1 1" I U 8 Rubber .--_-- 12 49 48 48 few 30O Iba. and under sold ap ta 25 OO. Macon, Ga- to and attended Harcum Junior Col-
- I! U S Steel __ '47.., 350-400 Ibs. OO-23.754OO4SO Ib*. Slates Dance Turner and.Mr. Turner. the Kiwanis-sponsored troop Ms.
27*000 in the previous ses- ratuca Air L S 20 20'. 2O% nhn 5 2 20.5 Mar i, lege. Bryn Mawr. Pa. and later
I Eatmaa Kodak 47% 47. 47,I -v- 2.SO: 4o 1. 1.02.0 .r 5 I weeks. 72, members of troop "n 71 and
DeLand.
,3 i Vie Chem WVie ._ 5 454 48 18. fo Stetson University.
-. El Power: U 2 ISIs 13 13 17%% 17 13 Chen Wkl- P_.20 102 102\ U\,I C.tt.: 13. 0; calves 1.5. Good and [Speciol to Orlando' Morning Sentinell' Mrs. Virginia Jolly has ret d I: the Junior Daseball League and
Cmeraoa M : Shinn Ls native of
NOlLV. -- i a Defray '
I -Mi- and .. including .
he
steer Prizes
Irt. RK 22 11 10% 10 I It ehol' DAYTONA from Claremont. N. H Cub Scouts. awrr
> G W 4 22 21*. 21'. BEC-Te Plot I i Beach and here with
a ..A..TIIIT ......,. 12 14% 14 Va 14 VaF Walker IH yearling b.i_ 2S-SOc hlsheractive came h'
saw YOAK .t'P' Dol. C .'" '. Lvtrabarp-_ I i t Walworth C. ___ 9 US 10*, 1". Most good choice oteera 27 5O-32 25. Club will dace sn visited her daughter. Mrs. Vern family in 1942. He .ed for field acti-.n.les. The KiwaniS
- Warner Plct __ 19 16*. 16S choice offerings with weight 32.75. Casino to aid and for two attende Club will enter t..e bov "iUa
.. ...S.ld Pll t Wl f :10 .UIe rffi- Fame Tel Pad ._ n. '% '' Bro strictly the Pier project Gardner, family don Military Sea
.
_. 'AI' UII1t. rrm (130- 52 52 West Ind SugIWeat un 1 24' 24 S 24' Good and choice heifer 26 00-29.50: short
ptr.tonsYAR. 1 52 Conservation in School wiener roast.
Sight weeks. a
I Un Tel AWesting 22 22V. 22'. I II load weighty 30 Medium breeze High School graduating in
.._ 1"1: 33 33 n ,
)11 at. 10.5.15 niatkoto _, 9 33% cbol. l.i.. G.
y ISLIdSP ._ _u__ .n Florida Pow 36 15% 15 Va 15% I Air Br __ 12 36. 36 36I steer bole. .. .* about Rooms. Ry Lawrence of Jacksonville 1944
.... __.__._ 20544s. Fruehauf Tra S 37 26% 26% I Westlnc Elee ___ 60 30' ateady ct. SO down: beef The club also plans to install a the weekend I,
..awb __ ___ 21111 n I Wheeling Steel 4 40V. 39. 39426H ,' cow t* : little above 1. 5 BuU wt M. He is at present employed as a
I White Motor _.____ 23 27 26* I wishing well on the boardwalk on Lawrence and son at .
__ __ n.ls 11 11 I steady ta weak at 18 35
S. Cabla t3 12 .
n Rica life
so. .- ElK 38 39. 38. 38% I 30 10** 10 t I.specialty beef bull* ta 1900 vealer steady I Iat I the beach, funds from which her mother, Mrs. James Ben guard here.Movement .
m : !1 -r : w 1 ,
: bill tWurb aT -::-.-: 'IOU Foods __ 22 41. 39% 39% Wilson Co lc-32 IS'a IS 24 00 down atoct catti. etesdy at I also go to the same I' I 11.
5 47 .. u' 23550 Oea Motors SO 60. 60% Wo.o( 13 SI' SIS 513. 17 90-22 SOSheep I project M net
1" I M S 12&. 62 V. I Blow daughter lambs Mary Karl j
Gin Pub ___ 37 14 IH.OUIU WerU. 1'I : i.5. ora-'I of an armored division -
.UU___ 26 26'. not .. .eduI to most zation an invitation to
16 27V. Dk
Q thei vehicles *
I and its by
14 67 ViZontU -
T 69S 67H -
I Yoancat I Doa't
good 8 about steadyat lafUllUW
18 25'. 24'. 24% lla program dinner in Church I ra| TSaDaKaffVatanly.
Olbel (a.?> u_ 6 36% 83% 33% I - 2.6 porIng "mb 24 SO-29 OO month Group requires 73 trains of from bat
Orll -- Product ___ 4 7'4 7V4 7VABproxlmat if a eath loss
ROBERT GAIRCOMPANY T A M 13 47 44. 46. Top and ehol scarce. Asked cars ______
Orahax Ito Mot 21 4-. .. .- foal total today 1.0.0.I about IS 00 for common ta good 1 I Next meeting of the group will eachAUTOMOBILE b the baat aohiUoa to I

I 01 P__ S 47 46 46 Texas yearling :' of medium be Aug. 8 at the home of W. Returns FromAssembly your vacation snotMy _

OreThraad ._114 9. 9' 9HOulf CLOSING i laughter owe .tad 0 ChOke litbtwtignu H. Rater Jr.. 638 N. M. __ii
Mob 32 14. 13 13% COTON .0 1 problem get k hess
Inc. _ _
0 .U CHI _.0._ -. 1 12% 12% 12' MCW YOlK CAP) c futweM weak.md j.I wt Mrs. Ebt Cherbonnier faawitawhat.. 4 out _
-- al"IN aANal I IDOWJON
Hart Bra A. __ S 36 33. 35'.' tn .. eloahnoe yesterday en h .j I CCAO{ a rhote. Iwbes.kforalosn, i-S

Hart Mft __1___? 1% 13.Ha..ataIe ,7% aeoasod _i.kaus* 'li uidat_ aten.with 0_ MiSts Law Cloao W Loan iDAvd
1 43 43 45% I WHEAT s I I Sen';nell get peirataJy _
_
1 Now Orloan and locallhn* OfforI AVIUGI ISor l to Ortondo Morr ng :
Sharp'rile In sales and Houatoa 12 25% 25% Sept 334H 334% 331 331 NEW YOlK H. aoa 0. 26 17% 2'. 17V I I Int mot only acalo-down trade t.a I D___ 231% 231" 329 229 .tk* Oven Huh Low Claw Ctiens. jssjiME-Young membersof *
W.I !1 cUMd $1..S ta S1JS a __ 231 231. 228% 328V >Mds 1791 18495 11.7 18S.34)) 1.4J the First Christian Church ) ot auto.NAT1ONWIOI .
profits attracts market attention -,. 28% 27V. 27 U ,"t.. too anvwu cleao.OMH .. N May .____ 227 227% 225 225 rails 51.55 51.75 SO.72 e e...) from the Lake AU- SHARES CltOtt
II Iroa ___ I 14'. 14. 14. : HesS Low Last i Ca.Sept. IS vtila, 3420 3622 35.84)) II IS .. have returned
to this paperboardand Ul _. 1 91 89 8. I Oct. 14 34. 34.37 31.29Doc. ___ 308% 210% 307V* 207% .5 l'ka 66.J5 4714 44.O* 56.22.885.55 rora Christian Assembly camp CAD good for fanixuKS.at .
7.J .
n S e
lot Nick H.o Can ____ 18 33v. 31. 31% 33.47 23 D.__--_ 188 190' 187V* 187. Bond*. Close Change Lake where they have orGtour
272 near cash 400 afflSabwfA
I ____ 184% 161 182 __ at
183 10391 > **4 Waes.
container Paper 46 W% 4i 4 March :31 ) 33 9O a ff 31 4_ hn .
company. : Tel ax i-- 35 13% 12 12 May 33.IS 33 33. 23. N off 27July OAT f'n nil____ 119.79 ua ..IS been > SICUIITIIS INC. MPM4)ffiew8.. Apply __
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32" 32 32JS 32.14J 5 aft 93 93. 90 S0Dec. 10 9294 a.02 The Rev. J. Hurt and _
." __ n.1 44 44 I 29.*. 2 .ja 29.29 off 2) ______ 91V 91-. 89' 89". 1. .utilitMO ____.___ 107.57 ..f ..at Eeret full session for a Card today. No
request Ill O 2.7 ____ _. __ . his wife
lirracnndum on SU 343. 33% 33's . N Men h - $9-na 10 mdu.tr.als. _ 164.34 of a 61
His* L_ __ 2 37% 37 314aBenorcoti .il. ea e Is May '._ _.-. IS'. 89%' 111% Tr.- stocks .aed in avoeaoea of the Florida Christian Churches bag-ttotvi *T _ _
I .0 BARLEY .. IS.3OO: r.. S2.- which' Conks fa phoaU4
Write Research Dept F -H- ._ ___ ____ _u_ u __ 148a .. I... ,' .. Summer institute at h or _
47% D.
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-r 2 MEW ORLEANS AP Cotton future* do- BEAMS' taught classes in the meaning

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PAGE U TUES.. JULY 29. '47Ont. ELECTRIC IRONS Automatic con. I for "
trol Proctor. Samson MaVa the home. News. Iv CLAUDE CALLAN I, ROBERT QUILUN 1 COLLEGE PARK-Recently built. I Harvard and

; From Prccedlnr Pare] Bumby Ca.e.1. 102 W. Church. J 1.Bo.lead'rade .dnntue.. Camera u..el 1039 P.j f WELDING SUPPLIES i I equipment Very desirable Iehule"l.u. Kitcheni bun- 12 bedrooms.2reKNe-screen porch concrete on Mack.baa I'I'1IIo&' Em.I j

ELECTRIC DRINK COOLER-Good; o.n..; 2-1515. ,.I talow Tile b.t. Attached ..aue.MI .. one block from shopping center
cnit.(79. Phone 438. 595 W I 20O Amp portable welding outfits. > we show this one today for tI5O 00. Term. Oabel ConctrtcUaoCo 77LAKCPttOMT

I! 3LArtkIes for Sale Curcb MEAT CASES-New Hassmsnn. .. 10 i ij i Complete welding supplies In stock.DIstributor enljr '95. s 10 Oeo. Brass R.ltl I 19 Rotland.3dg.. _Phone_8383.COLORIALTOWN -

PUMP-Al o 320 I j I or 12 ft. Complete with compressor i of Lincoln welding machInes (0 19 I Ill Claw to school I =
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; ASSESTD SIDING and roof thln- 'iCb.A I i I For Immediate I Ii and H. Williams SUP- I BOM neMtlfni
delivery. M.
electric motor. L. R. |I C. Hook. I R
ro. and stores. New 5-room concrete i
I tie*. r.U reefing and asphalt ! shlnWa. 943 W. 6U CLALTOWN65 !
oil fair- ; Bah 3 block home TUe bath .! = -c
the :::: 8uD. Gade. C.atal | . I and window.sills. r
J get_ ** t MUU and ?debr..sks.LLZCHALMLRS . |i I Beach 71*. Ph.. ok Screened parch. Garage wIth I Ii SerreStssu Is
i paved street. _
I I fri aae School store bust hoses wt sess
rawer mu BOWavailable. ELECTRIC MT 8AW-K.nKlt.1 I I MOTOR COadlto.1 I la. close. "The BuyerS Broker." i utility room. Don't tea This.! White beat 554 QdoS 50ePPrice.

. Immediate delivery. Laces I I See at SC Poro ,, Ha.lln. R altor. 62'. E. .atr.1 Bios Brokers: 824 N. Mills: 2-1_ .: IZ2 oc _

t Het* week from aauUeti to Com-I Chtirch. Phone 8211. 2-1701. 25 8te WARDROBE TRUNK-Fan lse. Ex> LAr'JKl 4237. I COLLEGE PARK-2 exceptional buys. Geor.i.vou ..tn _.
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Ale Pam. Tiaetora. General ELECTRIC REFRIOCRATOR 1 I I cellent condition. 800. Phone Win- ; Modern 3-bedroom bungalow with

m_Mulpiaeat cw 2319 McRae; Warren. Meat case 't i I CAN52 and S taDon. complete 'i: ter Park. 595ft.WINDOWS24 ; COLONIALTOWN bloI from 1 all utilities and Venetian blinds oo !I LAKE LAIKTAtTTam .
Also reo.dltlae.I .Itl lr. rap spout. Knox Stores I inopplnc center frame j full sited lot Attached S9SOO I lovely 2'bedruu
; ANTIQUES-Estate and art piere Ste.anW.re aPr.a' a Co .. Phone 2-318. I Ii X 24 Western made. aor.se with tissued sleeping prh i Also 2-bedroom I.r.c: I roof Reese beat A real
; Kara plate I( Can be at 2200 S. Rio Grande I screened ''| .
Jr Baerr. 11 Marader r.frlleratr. 150. .UOI seen front porch and 2-c furnished at 18900. C P. Ssiumway.Resitor. . t.ra.ed Gee B
Arcade.APPLIANCES 2 Central. 2.231. i OVENS fil o stoves. Stock Include j 1 I Ave. Phone 2-2370. I I' rate House needs torn repairs bat 140 N. Or.a".. 2-32S2 ,| Sew Memen J-Mta _

ZNCYCLOPZDIA IS books. De. on. . burner t.o Bumby WOOD LATH Metal lathe steel tex Is an outt.ndtl value at i j ji !I i'- _
For Immediate ; ; 'B
d*> ( I COLLEGE PARK-3 bedroom with'
s1lst lUI Atlanta Avenue. Hardware. 102 W. I with '.. Johnson. i Jft. WZAPNB -
urn __ plastering material Smyth LumberCo. I
I 140 N 8612. I kitchen to bwa. :!I uu.. 8-rum ,,
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"Specialixins
ENGINES j .. N. and Oran. cd
Or"c. &Uo.d. I I M25O. term Carter.
Genie* Ireaer-The aaly Ironer with Diesel Oall..dti.td I 7.1' It-met', 011 I. n lit M
e.I. UNREDEEMED DIAMONDS. Watches _. Realtors. 70 E. Central. Phone A. T. I ,....
the (id. tilde thoa. Shoe slide Industrial lat.U.tof Florida P1 PLUMBING SUP : and Jewelry. Real values. Herman' : COLLEGE PARK-13SOO down andi I Carter. 9516.I .ctUea

back sad fona while roll revolve Supply .. I II Loan Office. 27 W. When preacher on' Ed everybody i move Into a prewar modern buntaiow. I CLOSE: with 12 2SI 'e6 needoS
at either slow or fast speed.Jtetrwerator 60 Curcb. 11. Tolet bath tub*, lavatories and Chuch. my interrupts b."fIUI furnished. Everything I IN-E. Extra weO buM I Megan (I.edwm bee .
EE CPAS u.lt. at 1 Complete with ; COME TO T1iiiiRE next to Post banker fell I took I It :I frame 5 room. Sleeping parch 75 (Irene. dial
bUnds. furnace
23 ea. tt. CtatnltMM .lnL .I".a1':i 1 my out but his dignity suffers if eud.d V.n.tln nor I. __ ___
Office. Msitland. for most everythins and 2 others. Garaae. Nice lot
nearI
.' Ma*** 134 Ice ewba*. ". Dp&Bubl' H.r.a. ,. pIp. and Bar .IU bath ,
loa 1 pip.. 'r. and used. China clock, sides with banker. . 81..,,2 lakes. Furnished. 110.000. term
new
Ceflea f J i yard Price. 110 SOO. "The r
.n.CIiPi. Staintteel. my Buy- LAJtC.-ra PA J .
*** Last a lifetime. FANS.-W. are items 13. of I on an i I Ava, Winter Park. Phone 149i linen silverware .c11. carlo his wife interrupts him. I . '. tol. ." Hastings. Realtor 62i j Weir System. 628 1. Pine; I talow cnawrete hear ula" .

attl'fan,. Our American Ventura, I .ntQu. electlr.1 al sup j Eternal needs are very important -| E C.atrl 'Arcsde'; 4Z37.I I CLOSK I7 -<1 minute walk te bwsi1 nU. .0

a._ America' moat beautiful OH tuarantee. Is the tops. Orlando i I Pl.. b.bl.te.I errce.. musicalIn- | but right now I II i reckon he figures it's 1 net district. Lara 2-story frame 115.300 TVrma 50' % B
Sales & Serrlce. sos N. Orange I house Could be easily converted lute .
barton Space Heater with fan. armft I COLLEGE PARK S Mealier 14 5 : "-ia
room concrete
teened floor level' heat 2959.PRAM"Go. PIANOS-Complete stock of new W f RANGE with hot water : ': badly need a temporalloan. wrong only when you u in- I block bungalow with lifetime roof 5 apartment Lot 115x490 Afford

Powerful beat wave blower big horteeeoal 2x4s: 2x6s: i SOlel Mahogany, walnut and ]I poultry nettles; : I' :j 3 room rotttte beside house rented plenty of room for expansion. To- I .
heat chamber double lentth Castle 2"t. .al.. Priced 8525 and up. j, Paint. Economy Furniture Co. I terrupt a big shot like him. 1135 per month. Lot I00'xl35'. ran be day's best buy at 110.500 Kina Real 'WCm--. Is sBr .Sasic
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O-eheped seldea frame efficient and$..1. P.. Lubr. I Ten.. i d..e. .Joseph Bailey. a6 Writ Church St. I -- [ purchased furnished. McNntt-Heaslry. Estate. 30 E Church Phone 8435 j ..,- beebe .-. 50Suosslew.
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down flaw action simple flnter-Up FURNITURE SPECIALS- M.ol. .: 2-2. I 45. Apartments for Rent_ I i 50. Wanted t Rent Realtor 15 W. Washington St. CITY LIMITS-North. Itt far a .. Sl's I
(.UeIL painted twin bedroom suite without I I I I Phone 5106.CHEROKEE. I home out of the city' w. have 2 Slau50c

M .Iou af fuel all with Seth 2- ma.hot t FOR DELIVERYNew I LAKE ST.. 223-S roomg furniihed.1st. In Northeast section. I i furnished. 5-room and bath bangsI S-one St.si5. '
heater purchased dozing July and .prlu .l.tt..., and ple. PAINTS-Buy at .hou. prices.Sipes nIT floor. 175. at 'I APARTEN her mother. Permanent. PARK Lovely 2-tory lows with electric kitchen. Price 1 ._ I. 5018lake * *
AllllaM. E"plr. 10' quality paints Out. Adalt. O.ne T..ch.r S Mttla 9 istattl
are aP. 1 I . 14500. excellent terms. King Real to
liv Empire Hotel at Box 258 MI
2-plece home
Duncan Phyfa Influence. dde .bt. house paint sal- r.fraeratr .al.m.ch.i; 8t.r. I masonry construction. 3 bedrooms Estate 30 E. Church. Phone 8435.DCFLEX (Isesaty Ca 19

Walter J. Wllcox.Int, H E. Jt blJ&- log room. Jenkins suite. Each Furniture grouping Exchange$88 50each. I Ion OD. Iid p.lt and vsrnishes i rtntes. electric ranges bathroomsets. I WATSON ST.. 1029-SmaU furnished APT.-Nice 3 room with bath. Closein. I lot.tile Between root. Large 2 lakes landscapedcorner and front- -New _racUon. 3 rooms, I unDAY.. .._
" Pwuaded 1936. *t leveL The I Adults. Semi-private Two working ttrls. Can 4161. I
1. lavatories .patmeat. I ins bath and porch each side No from. bu50siss lacus .
229 Boone St. Ph. 2-3795. eommoe. .1s on City Park A real value at rents I
ALARM CU & 82.92 &810. Poowaicnea. Paint BowL Tho. Swearinten Sales toilet .ut.D fittints. I bsthNear b. 15. from 9 a.5. 1 III 500. Ceo. H Kittredg & Son. celling. 875OO. H cash. King Real sic, dIslos bis .
bet wrist FURNITURE-Hew . Pal Manager A\I.lt. Avenue. I El't 30 E. Church i Puny ,faralaba Vbr
to Realtors. 2-3176. Pnene8435
apartment. HOUSE-By 1I 1i i
.th. furnIshed respon- 1
ROOM
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1878. Herman' .1.1 cash and save 10 t I.r ca' I American Plumbing Supply and Ap- 1 AARTEN I .
W. I Radio employee. Up I I
Wi a' COLLEGE '
I I PARK-Pram. blln.alo. 3 :
purchase.
faurch.ALUMINUM. on your Fnl'ur. Co. 234 W. i ut.d 251 Ed..t.r D" .bl. !1 Terto*
place W.aact to $80. Phone 4807. bedrooms Kitchen in- I I
Co. 625 W. Church St. equipment
Pho. & I.I apart-I xtasa. Braker. Ut S _
I lovely six I l.r
SCREEN WIRE-Number II LADY t share room |' cluded. Quick porsession. 83000 cash.balance !i DANA WAY-ISO Charmoat-Poreat
. APARTMENT Mother and 7 ,mold 6mLAKX
AU modern conveniences.TI -
16 teeth. 32 inch. 36 48 I I'' mortgage. O. C Stewart. Hill section. Open for inspection
listed I
It. Southeast Steel galea Ic, 100 FURNITURE. USED-Below are PLUMBING FUTURES :. kitchen and bath. Park Lace son. Furnished. Per.a.at I Realtor. 0 Neal Arrade. 9788.I I 2-5 p m. New 3 bedroom home strictly FB-Otrr -e-b.lbPaaw

,.: eel. 21442.ALUMINUM oa a few of the many TSluri MOTORIZE YOUR BIQYCLE the 'I Ston. 150 month. Phone 23983i Will take house. pt.OD I COLLEGE 1 modern Large let. wen landscaped.Some I I-b dra itorv C' *.r'
we in food used 'ura'a rim roll rite sinks with modern with nV 1947 Whix- !i from 9 til 3. I PARK-Priced low to neil ,
PioOD oUer. P.t ln. I way a : I !i I > equipment. Shown by ewner home Set la the Uvuti
LIGHTS-;;Just clear our floor for I cabinet sinks of aU APARTMENT unfurnished rooms | this week. 2-bedroom buntslow .
I draI .ad. get Its a to take the of Price 115.500. approximately >, cash spark* Scene sod acutthlmteenaa 18. I
thing fog I trea 2 in by business Phone2I EzrilPncondltloa .
COTTAGE FURNISHED clone
your yard. ".11. Fall line. round waterheaters rooms1 I .om.a. inside and out.I ,
.ew .ne a Wnizzer bike. Let us explain i required For further Ma t -i
I information call wax**
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Lamber Co, M. each 3- I and bath. Oas. electric 164. I Modern kltrhen. tile
Orange and 3-Victory sofa 83 ; I copper fittints. soil our terms. Whlxzer. 602 N I IOrange. gas bath. automatic : Winter Park 246 R. I wladown ewerisskhue 5055
Trailer sofa each; overstuffed I, and fittints. Libby and Freeman .: week 1 room cottage furnished 87 ASTOR ROUSE-3 or 4 ufur- neat and Hot water. Com pie tely -
Pil i
rom back yard 189 M
A TT ttfVENTILATION oak settee. 810: W. a week. Fairvilla Court. 1 mile north I I Very small Phone I| furnished. Including silverwareI I I year 50.
SYSTEM ch.lr. 1 I Ila. cll tract back > Mtea doS
by Cooleaire. installed-kitchen wicker love seat. : Curl I of city on 441. 5 minute from city |I 2-781.Dlhe." 1299. O A A j jAPT. I and dishes: screened porch attached paved o.

I* remr home Co"PI payment 82: wicker table. 81 SO; oak Morse I,! bus .. !j: OR HOUSE-Furnished or 'un I I tarsi with sto>a gespace Immedi- l DUPLEX Close ta. 10 roema. 2 I Ibaths bwjlt rtaat sad Pratt .
I 66 80 D c. I chair. 84: room suite BtENACORS I ate possession. B; Owner 128OO down. Large lot. Look this over II i
S. 4M M.per. .tl Moen Ap1D needs 2pl. :1,1. cabinet. PMPthP. heavy type for I COMBINATION dining room and Uvj i j far.he 2 bedrooms, 1st floor .,. balance on 10-year mortgage 2-2144. I and make offer. Herman Goedwin :I 1.- Pvsae.. Beeew wo .

poa. 21. 815; wardrobe coyr. B.rmea. 82O: ; M"I. A brass cylinder Attention! Up to S" discount on-, int room bedroom aU electric laLon. Cal Tex Cofer. CHENEY HIGHWAY Just' of'--, Inc 870 H. Or.115I or .. ': .. Arrado 1.
APPLIANCES Table water &nk. 1 force Attic all 51 sinde and kitchen bath with .ho.P. 322 Cld. 81S. ,ooenVciv
. Co. P.ns 5I
.a. bet baby ca. oler pum.s. Cohoa .aerl Ave.. Kiuimmee. Owner '; on paved street near lake. NewI i ; u. =
era. and 70" size.
Urn 1 all .e odd plec. household 138 St.PIPEPortable I 1 I doubl drain sinks. 60"A Associated pioperty July 15..W 01|I BUNGALOW or house 2 bdrom. cement block. 2 bedroom furnished DUPLEX and aaraae apartment. Here I I I Cisom *.. sew

reaae 4UU et special low pric.. Rather of Or- lock Jol' and slip '' E.Store, terms 143 N. or 1.1. 5300. Tu.d.l. Ie.r round 1 tn.at rUPt.b'. i home space heater hot water heater 'i Is the Income property you have i I 1- 506.
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0" & Undo. for 2-BERM-AATME laundry, tubs tarate Lovely I' been looking for. Both sides of daI I I---
raauwt *o rra appliance $E Chuch i! Joint stove .a. f.r I 140 Elan. 2-0761 extension 1495 from 8 P50U
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S tion. Florida Pip I screened porch. Price only $790000. I pIes and apartment far v.r
1lu If desired. Curry Electric Co. monch. Apply 8. Mam. tarate are .
a 1I i iI eflStaytaei
.r.-I 1 _ _ to 4. Man new
This I I buy. Vee Van HoteaI
4 sates
O ej_-3748.. -ShoplnColonlaltown.ARMY JURNIIURS.-Pur rm. 16. W. Church. 6118.I niahed. You have awnints. vwirtlsa .
_ Shown starting Mon.. I I TRERWrRISE .o.rt' EFFICIENCY APT.-.I or 2 rooms, j I with Clyde McKcniie;: 104 W. Central IAt" .. screened porches sad a 4-car',I Ronttae JI. '

SURPLUS Steel cot WtDe. Mt. Dora. Better Homes Sertlon.FLOOR I I I PUMPS All tp.; Irritation. Indu,. 34. Articles Wanted ;, 82 181'' Elderly couple. Will pay 150. per ,I 2.77S.I 1 tarage that can very easily be essI j I LAKE nr.boaae _:wvry rasa *>** >aaw

..U_ 89 75: folding COVERING-Co.OAO-wail SOC I trial, Florida Pipe :! Avenue. month. P winter Park200. \I CHEROKEE story stucco. 3 bedI ; vented into 2 more apartments This |I yon a-U prats* 50 txWanaaee
rain coat*. 82.95: Summer flying 1 Supply Co. 630 W.jChurch; p 11.6 118. 12 foot. In mere than raaal t. *)* ta WI
BOAT Marine
i HOUSE ,
per lineal foot prifnrd! linoleum : I pb.o. 2 or 3 bdrom References. I rooms. 1'. baths. Maids qnsrters. I:i property is well '
,1. 12 Hundred ef'new I 1 good 2-0272 46. Houses Rent i iGIRL I I eI.t.1I I Ie aafaracstMd with SIns .
.t is. 1. Monan't It.m 8e sq. yard also broadfelt. Oliddens. i POWER UNITS 0 for | Please call 531 I Close to everything 115.OOO M. .. block from Morm. bus
.n. .I'.e Stare i t I 4151 apartment 203.DIASIONDS. Moss. Broker. 132 S. Main phone Both buildings are in tood condittew j I porch laveiy titcSesflosci -
41 E I I tines for atricnltural and ; 1 HOUSE OR APT- months : >
t.b to' T.la .
firman. .
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'ur. BUSINESS OR COUPLE
old 8977. I inside and out. MOOO down Before
I watches.
ARMY steeL 24x36x72n. FENCING Limited supply J.' received. ;' trial I. a.w.F j 1 j told. Hlihest cash J.el. M.Segal. share home with lady Phone girl 4 '".1'by Ant 1. Prrmsnent. it is too late contact. Harold VoIIkk.I ', converted ta**) I .
LER Hoc. field poultry Supply Co.. 63O Church r:|I (. o.aP. to keep_chidren.: Phone 4234. COLONIALTOWN SECTION.., 1 I
II* rb Peer 'i a
I. Pridien'a. Co., E. !I 6118. Jeweler. 32 W. Curb 8738 mornings _ _ _ _ attractive round floor I with J Daniel .... 2M S. Main lu.atro..r.-
Stores I
Orant Blo.. 2Oth St.'tIDIA bit. Knox 2 Pa I j', HOUSE-Furnished or ihe garasmaftartment 7811. 8Mua 05
II Tai Phone 23163.FURNITURE. _ _ _ _ I fir. available OAS AND OIL STOVES-Ice boles NFW. modern 3-room house: furnished ,I Iincton. :, 2 or 3 bedrooms. Limit 8100. completely furnished i > wag* a au. bew .
1401 W. Wash. I "
-I\ta th af SPECIALS USED- 'I PLYODW.t."rof and 3x16. !I I .ad.o used household fumltlre I or unfurnished. Mrs. 3745. Apopka. electric kitchen Beautiful corner lot with J Oaoirt Bets
I'a J.rm..n. .
I 1 IIa .. 475 King I 15.500 ( I 1
DtueALUMINUM. E.e.atr burner oil tunic 820: dressers 810 Boat & Construction m.hln.s. Ph. _ on. I' HOUSE-Furnished with" 3 cash. Call Robert E White I DCBSDREAD Backsoin Dr LeekI Tan I
81 brd S3 SO. i also buy : FURNISHED house for rent, .101 I with Clyde McKenzie. 104 W. CenI log for a bargain Good ,sedebberI -
roil sprints 85 : 2-246S. $ROM
: eh.lr I Co. phone |I s-"i.r-ioml. Highest local references. I LAKE PSOisT -
.t Wrt B" I tral .t
QAKAO Or .ttl Wh'tmlre Furnit'e Co. 306 W. Church.PANS I' formerly from down town Orlando. 2S1 _2..5 hood Nice kitchen and bath. Mew I 3 I

0 L __. lh. Alu.la. demonstration In PAIT-A5. 0 gallon outside I 1 Gables. Just off F.lb.a& Call Writ Box 282 SStar.Rooms 8S.r.HoSE2 I I COLLEGE PARK--Nice 5-room bungalow I Distinctive. desired. 162SODUBSDREAD eheetrie k_ 50 505toe5'Ss'
Free
I bedrooms unfurnished by
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T ad Special 14 SO. Other I
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1. home of window exhaust I 1. 2298.On i newly painted and redecoratI New frajne Studio 0. 1.1 1esseod
pvwo SB Sal,. MUla and own 10 i Faint Store 4O7 4' for Rent : 865 per mo. limit. Prefer I I .
N.br Free on attic fans 1..1.1 S GOLD-We highest price of Responsible unfurnished lacer screened porch Bungalow. Mae floor Jiving roe** weSt .
r AXTIWUK and modern piece Auction pletely e.Um.t 1. 2-3786. b.r.1: &told watches. oatkUs ". .oupl. plenty of shade also tarnished Urageapa bedroom. modern bath modern kitchen t seed .S

evetr T.1 atabt. Consign Iou Inc. 428 N. .. Mo.1. APPu.n""j jPp! Heavy broken dl.moc.. t.Ch. silverware.Beikman 1 AMERICA S'4 121 Late Llcere.Cholc. 624* chU"r.a M.PAOR. no .t. Ph. W. P. .. -wtth-o'-room. I with tiled slash boards built-in j:: = setS Aouu $50 I

Seeds ta *. Demiaa Aa I Knox stores Son*. 139 N. Orante. .. co attractive suest rm living room. bath suitable for couple. I cabinets bottled I as. new large stove. 124 K JilIUII 3-1805

Miss Co HIMi"A.TWi FLOWER POTS-Clay 25 E. Phone- lE._ 17.50 . double._ _ _ desires t.rol house I Close in. hot water heater alee new furisnln ..
Some in 7e and up. Knox I, Pa. OFFICE MACHINES and on pavement Johnston I ... LA" _Y50 i-
cl. I or Phone 1450O See Oonld. with John '
.COTTAGE equipment. Stores Co.. Pne. Phone 2-3163. POWER LW WOWE conc| Get our price Check with ( I EL-A'vEl0E.- Pleasant room. : .p.rm.nt. Thr. .dul._ _ Henry. Broker. 6_W_Church St_:'6543 Henry Broker. 5 W Church St : 654 on I II II Ii this J be05 50coedituls .
with r.lr"eat. tlon. a"393._ Stuart S. MaIn St..phone 8158. I r.pr. near COlnlJ"R12. thru05 Ctaae Is 8
Telphon.
heavy aluminum j I Ba.al. 1 '
FRY PANSE"tr. : I I bus. Business .om.a.'AE PASTOR NEEDS furnished apartmentor : i EAST-Sme-. easy walkine di-
ran** aiek and CENTRAL AVE. WEST-3 bedroom. storm Cal eaSe Ii
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.a m WaU Knox Store Co. :I the farm or home. Bit
M"n Httttnl ., .Ua tea fry .I.U. 2-3163. .I PFor new and used. Sea our PIE TEU-W Anwui .i' AVE. 710 E.-Suitable for : cl..e. Sept. h& Perm.n.nt well built home. furnished or un I lance is this ver* livable five room es's Bee500 0Js. .
25 E. !F ... . .
Quiet house with extra lane screened
.AppUaacia 428 .ne Farm ft Home Machinery 2-1147. 101 I.atm.a With living rom' oUP PI.as furnished. Immediate possession This an 0. .1.1

Otaas.3-2524._ _ _ _ St'.. W. Robinson. bath Private home : ROOM OR APT. reasonable. Walking I lot is 7Sx2OO. toned for business !: front porch and a screened service 1"I I
CONDmOWINO port.able. INE. USED-Walnut chf.rob. SCOOTER-Three irheel C .. manent. Bus. Reasonable. 2-0115. I distance WDBO. Permanent young Buy for home and Investment. Call i porch with laundry tubs with hot and I I
UN 1995: PATCHING PLASTER-Crack Phone 2-40430. old water. House Is frame floors !
ftr 1 sober Private Norman .
2.50. Roberts. 2-OM2. to show.Good
and fully cruer. CLOSE rate man.In.I. .nt.De I and ewi Listed .
C In.ar. 81950: caulking compound: plastic I IN-rmer eona- heart pine and site is one and use :
able reaaewable. 1. 'Prl. 'I WE BUY used furture. Call us be comfortable. Innenprtnt I preferred P. 0 Box 3344 terms J.A L. Ohio. Real Estate 1 I eat offer MBI ..5I __
: Smyth Co. N. Orange sadRailroad. half lots Furnished tt sells .
ofP lea I.n. | for $11.110O -
P>xn. le 13. Lubr. for sellinc. Co. shower'oath. 251 S. St. m.a. per. 108 S. Court.CONCORD -.I land rbr 23 Waid. 5005*
.2 o 13. dmin t.ble : Ho.o b. store. 615 W. Church phone M.1 CLNITOW b.1. I I Call Nitsaret FleA with 0 BarcsMoore. :IqsisLtvCws
5 .5 hAA&i1&14. Baa horn cornet. 19.5. 3-plece Wk.r Standard 2-4883. CLOSE IN-By Lake Eola. First floor. . .2bedroomonfornahedhouue. 2-2J1IO 109 E. I
Cr trumpet drum music. "ler of Or Do I E Church. PAT deck"W.tOD.. for I' ol well f G 3O I K.soa. R&: Ph. 77U.. SCHOOL SECTION-On I I 1
H"hel &laU& WHEN FURNITURE or ofvalue a very pretty street rvnalna norui
ahopp 19 Ar.eae. HOUSECan make repairs buos
.nJh. : eos t
..re quick dryln in a ELIZABETH ST2 block to rrtocv-
.letIn is for I. between West Colonial Drive and Seville
PENCE P8T' ft. 2 to 3ID colors- 81.4Oquart-*4 $ ..UOI land ae.n. 525 N. C.r i CLOSE DOWNTOWN-Small bedroom needed. Long time resident. N.E. I Place Is a charming white Colonial ton School. 3 sleeping room frm Ir.- bra 8 'j

BEDROOM SUITE-Gilder get. Hicaia -i butt: 15 buce. 4 to- IIab I Knox Stores Co..25 E. Pin.Phone 2- land: Stet 2-2367.Ptu. O.r, next to baU fine .elhbr"oi section prefer.d. Phone 2-154. bungalow on an extra deep lot construction .'-* laadataped iSjs. 3ler51s .

braaktaat nonk. Mr*. D. P. butt: 125 Cal Winter 3163. 'only 14 ... 43 E. Churcl.COLNITOWNRm APARTMENT For bachelor. 13! with handsome palms at the front yard Large rooms. 2 screened f e I III
Oraen*. SOs a South Pin cuu.1 598 Little Tree Co.PANS.12inci. j PLUMBING SUPPLIES New and WE BU DIMOND. old told tar-' 1 with private I lmIt Close Ia Phone 6176. I. > and fine hedges and shade trees at porches attic ventllatlnt fan. 11'*. trul Sad Sehe 5 '

Puat e I left past oaclllatinc. special j used bath tubs. sinks basin cabinet a. 'e.el .ntlque. Hlt. ., North Mill ; C.._ _ _ back. Aa outdoor oven and treat reduced price: I735O for quick ate II n.'I'I -

fl4 .&. _____ Be.1 814.95. Others 14.95 up. Pair Stare. I| sinks, sinks. American 24 6 01..1. upstairs.WE 8tr'.nt.ne. .U 6 > CHRISTIAN COUPLE and 2 children expanse of green lawn. The house See this. Call Ben Field with H P e

f1 MDROOM SET .I. 10 W. Church.FLUORESCENT. : Plumbing r Appliance Co. I AR in need of some* good fur COLLEGE PARK Double want 2-bedroom house, unfurnished. < interior shows at once its superiori Roland. Realtor. Ckrrttaa B dt.. raN --c.
CochraaFurniture room 1 Orante. 24551. I I I:41
234 W. Washington What have 1019 Ph. i planning and costs that warrants
.-rn .Ur. lila S I home twin 2-84. I
new .
John n1 Co. 1015 St. b" 3nl the price of 112.0OO. A third _. .
Mrs. i I 1.I sleeping I
IN' WI .ell watta. each. PUMPS deep and shallow posure. Phe-ne 8282._ I I|I unfurnished apartment I -- -- -- -
1.11 .Iel Ph. 2 space i* afforded by porch. For EAST SIDE-Ot'f Colonial Drive we
.. 10 W. I well nothing downand 2-31 house on round floor, by mid- sun I
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Cud
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.I.Str. p..m.a. CLOSE IN Lane Sintle 85. ,
Delman WEPAT highest cash for rom. 1 252 a really fine six-room small home I have two 17500 house that cete1 :
-Stanley- little couple. Permanent. Box
.. as prl. ole -
UEdTDan bn. GAS RANGE-Norte. almost pr loa& double 18 and up. 160 Jackson; dlP.e 1
tius. pared with
I. diamonds and E see Furnished except dining present day replacemeat .8
Knew Wen Drilling 'e.el I 'i
2 t> Phone 81rea 125. s at 15O5 w. 25th lt Winter Garden Rd. 1 Pmo east soy condItion. City I phone 6788. : Sotr. set Call Dana Hamper with OTlsrrs- costs have a 10of merit. Oae la 1oc-4. 1 omQuiet. I

."D. 2-16. GAS RAI'lGE"GraaC"' white por Orlo Vl ta. Orlando; phone 7O87. o Jewelry Co. cor. Orange at Church. I CLOSE IA condnln. Lart 'I I TWO. REFINED mlddle-ated ladles Moore. 109 Pme. teleohoae 2-2360. frame ba three sleeping .*. :. g
BARBECUE DRILLS at 'Pllpl size now i twin 1 rlU take excellent care of your C iUGBPARItW.e.Uthh our fresh and trim with large lot sad 'm nisb.d We 550 I
n aa ,. PD available flt. Bardwara. 102 I WILL BUY. remove or saw your I 1 priTilete.rom. fi'. for., .aUdf h.ul. I nina. .1 year I.a. Pleas! "Pride and out about two miles fine place fee f. N. Aicusdos850M .
MUla BabI' pine Call King Betiding and 28 Rl. Joy" bungalow. WhY
v. t. u.! Phone .
. w. church. 1' rat 1 433. I children and your own chicken Te CI 50P5555
.. _ _ _ _ _ _ PUMPS. WELLS. WATER SYSTEMSComplete. Lumber Company telephone 7267. CHURCH ST.. 67 E.-Bedroom with from Because the It is completely immaculate I other i* closer In. Jut this elSe af 5013.B..wssg I
GAS burner bath. Also and outside curb all through
BOAT \ new "R.ml- SV .IU. 0"P.W. pr".te ale room I, 51. Houses for Sale the house to the high back wall of Bumby and one block south af
_. V L Vo down l&m.nt. 36 35. Fuel Oil and Wood I'I 2-28. j!I and Colonial Drive. It. stereo .-r : I
&Concord. trees bushes that enclose a
tenths to ..Y. 59 CASSELBERRY Azalea Lodge.America HEIGHTS Brand Birken lath ha handtn oak
Wi ADAIR new I II
e. u P 0a. ;
I 75 x 139 ft. lot. House Is ta A I boy 80 58. p.0 S
repair
N. Oarland 833* PUlL on fan tank It ..afn.PhOI.
kJCTCLX-Olrla. eoodltioa. $ -A a Flan Hotel; riding horses 1 I all tile Job. Tile floors has five rooms and enclosed ; floors. Ian ttvtni room with .Mri *- j i. sishod. rA
r fnf ,.o 16 821. Rave your '.nl tilled. flshin*. huntin 1 acMogw Wtwc I tile btn. tile kitchen and windowsills. br ,. ... i i lIve fireplace fall Bed dining room. -
ze aa attached Completely
2-114 lon.tl. .I "
t GAS RANGES A larger : Park. ,I . ,
dinette. two
Extra Complete kttcheB.
In.u. h..t colde i D1.W. utility room. furnished bedrooma with 0517
I aVATM tvi It sets for 111.500.I 1
.. ,
XI Jraokhafm- Tre complete. RI0ol.1 and Pada. Coul. I inornlnt* rl a!"t. I CATCHART ST. 3Ili room. 1,1 I "- P for air-conditioning throuth1 Call O'Harra-Moore. 2-2380. 109 E. I connecting bath. Large tarase ha ; ass at a3'.-
the ..
; models. out. First time offered. adjoining laundry and work sbe
C.mbrll omlaa late I ICa" Ut.-Moer. Pine. Lou peivtieeee see'7.. w
PAST CARRIAGE-Collapsible, bastswtta ra. Ck . tables. Bomb Hardware 102 W. 37. Fertilizers and Soils !i Private : 812.5. L.n D Broker; I N. I I There are two large lots. See tat* today reJI\lo..l lerusla 555 ;\ .
t ; awnabta ratfla and oU stoie. 10 mlat .cook any 3 ordinary Eola. kr'o.Ub'ok".1 COLONIALTOWf-W"J' wait longer I Call Mr. Morski wtth O'Harra- ". Reitvt 1IMooeIf .
ie25>, S._Colonial Dr._ 'r.h .e.etbla. Exclusive fe.t.r I I -269. for prices that do not drop. This Moore. 109 KPIne._ 2-23111.i 'oa *
riddle and REFRIGERATION UNITS for trailer COLD SOKEEe. 7011 garden Near 1 1GrU. i -3 miles north of two-bedroom American type cottageIs
; I 5ZCT.X-5ja.a haary lut. Almost platter.- .b1e. 10 .1. home markets rlt.lr.at GusMadden's. I and I ." be.lll. i CSEI .hoPol"D.u.bl.. rm. todayat I i Oranve Ave. this new 2-bedroom ready spit and span and lci ,I EOLA SECTION-Income extraardiBary. 'I ;; 'flw- i I

-.. $35. rh 1 hour Tero.el Daisy burner 223 The safe .al. 508 Brn. I East Amela. I'I bom* City 110OO cash, balance than 17.500 Owner will carry food i 2-tory home. DownetatnI I two )_ 1
fitHBOOVI Dr. 6314. arranged. 14500. Ann I 3-bedroom home ta perfect eoadt-
CABWITS aua quick hot. even completely RESTAURANT of 4 CLOSE IN-2O6 Room Co.taw'h mortgage CaU O'Hsrra-Moore. 109 with privsss wruw
.. type ts.45 t.t..cla.rag made In basket complete r..n.BT5'bl. MeroQ Equipment POULTRY MNCR.dried and put- I| meals. Hcrp. .t. wt. Herman Goodwin Inc.. Bke. Z. Pine Street: 2-238O. i I I tion. ratVe furnished. UpUh-a rs -. 05
X. Pina. Phone safety handles. Co. Poul Pr & N. Ojante: 9855. ( entrance) 2 beaatirwJ 3- I .
sss W.
aC4 2 for .DL 17 side..
Curch S nr 1.25 r..i CLOSE IN-East. 4 brelroom. I = .
room apts. furnished. Income 8116)
\ 1-14._ _ _ _ _ _ Walter J. Wilcox lnc 1 E. Robinson RADIO PHONOGRAPH Far. CLOSE IN Cool. Private Near ADAIR PARK-Larte bungalow with tlassed In porches kitchen equip.ment. I ) witS
Altom.tl month besides
I' per home. Oar- _
year I
b.tb
*ABB AMD fencinc. : founded table like new II 3 nice bedrooms and sleeping porch. fireplace. Its baths laundry dags for
i WO"WD mo.1 10. At Grills. Reasonable. 644 .... Several varieties of frwit. Basy '
.
AsS r.
;; > Peed 38. Plants Flowers and Seeds .Da lot I .1. !.
i A .t.. 3pm. 44 M.II lt. G D.ih.rbo Lnd.1. I tubs. 2-car tsrace. Nothing betterfor I{ walking distance Smml Frao-rtsro,
I
9W Boblnaon Phone I .!i .a. P. the money. See Craig with Hampton
r R.ArnO.-Jt.C.A. Victor combination. Realtorroom 'T.j
4 Central Area 747. j
I GORE AVE. 1 Attractive room I
MAI.BtATMftOOM Some i
.. GYPSUM BOARD 2ll sheets. Can ... 5. Jefferson. CALLADIUM. HIBISCUS. Surlmam 18. t.n. W. BI.nt Broker. 531 NOra... 5013.
I . 25 Convenient Summer i pre.rw
Goodwin 677N. EAST 2-bedroom
a I -
TTLt te camp Il..am lacb.no cherry, martiolds. sinnlaa. C. J.Wllll.m lo.to. 9706HIlXcREST . Ie. Broke. I COLONIAL SECTION 3bedsumhome.
smaula. AH aatara. RPrJO wringer ROOFTNO. -210 lb. thick bDt thin .. 1411 E Concord Ave. : rate Kitchen prt"l. Phone Orsnt D85ATAON 2-car completelyfnrnUhed tlon. Mont city conveniences IfeI -al--.n f.

Ceetrul Plorida Bale*. 2323 l.at elet kerosene and .. .I. Color, creen. red. beae AVE. 130 Exclusive Priced tarage.to sell HamptonBroker. I t'II". Make offer. 2528 E Jeffiiaaaj 2.-- "
s. deJ *. Desks I.I roll roofing FUNERAL DESIGNS a .pltl. Cut I tuest home. Twin tint la rooms. A.tie .005 805
1.. m I .ne 531 N Orante. 5013. I
O. t& .
and Ibt. felt. McCormick Roof flowers corsates .. I
& .. .. Oranse Blossom Private and semi EAST SIDE 2-bedroom frame kwataktw. 855055 o.t.r 5105 _
CAatxrr HARDWARE We Pre "Co. 915 8. Division St. I Peggy Jo' Gardens. 2319 N. Orange. I SPRIGS OuEGEPARK 2-bedroom. dln j
Trail at Pb Z-35. I I I
V e.n al-e See for yeorealf. 20U. Phone 21727.PALMSCocos. 1 LIVINGSTON AVE.. 62O E.-I..n. carage Nice lot beaattfullT
I ette. Property in perfect condition. : .n.I.Ir
.. .. Orange and WATER *15; porch ROOF COATLTO- I./You roof anew attractive room. Innersprlngs: S Acre*-3-bedroom furnished hou. 1 landscaped. Large oak shade IV1.100. I
"I.. GA.Ue. 815 HTR Ovine rom In.on 111*. 1 .6 6U.cn. plumose, 6 chl ft. I kitchen and laundry privileges. Phone I Pared road. A nice Suburban home. Completely furnished: 110.80O. Largemort.aee I i erms. Mr. Stone with M DB.llA. -anniti it
I.. I.P available. Hampton. Broker. i ii
high 84 .
; .dton set out. 2.Amelia 9307. Immediate possession. 875OO. term Realtor. 30 E. Church. Ph AaSemos (tdta*.
n. a S31 N.
.0 Orante.
5013
Ave. .. :
7195. 1 acre--2-bedroom furnished bunaa- .
Grnd Ave.GARAGE 1 4787.EDGEWATKR eat tax seat**
CXPFUOBZ-137 Hibiscus Ct. LAKE ST. 112 So.-Large comfortable ,
DOORS-Replace old door SODA FOUNTAIN Complete with SHRUBBERY Lane selection ta rooms single and doable. lw. Paved road. Nicely l.nda.l. I i car os.,.. 51 rrJ J

I with overhead type at 13 per carbonator and compressor. C beautify your home. W..I.b a week and up 2-0562 17.5 1 l.e.t possession. .e tr : HEIGHTS-Lake frwt 1sesesee I
a..uuwn-.t ra- 543 W. Central A" Nurseries | CASSELBERRY "..1.11 tea** 8 W
CPIt moath D. D. Riddle. 21 E. Central: 1 Ple.tD Lovely 2 story tile residence folly I
LAKE CIRCLE 701
.1.- .1'.1'10k. I PAK Call our Altamonte Sprints office. nished. Maid's quarter meaty nndscsprd. fat with

I fN BUOOIXS-Pumpa and GARBAGE 1.83. Madjestle 39. Livestock and Supplies rm. newly deorat.. InDr. Homer Sewell Manater Winter Just finished. 2-bedroom concrete Low price. M. .. Meea Brekr. last Pine 0"rr !
in Mock RJE- on bus Phoe Park 88394.HuckelONeaL. block home, complete with an electric .
at Su.r and 25 .prnc. 132 3. Main: phone 6077. -...-. ill I
i Deal Machinery .U3 w. Cet .lIaderln" tll. 2 COM .1. STEAM CLEANER-.Kerrlck. lust GOATS for sale. Phone 7184. second ROOMS-1 .1." 1 double. 1 light Realtors; 118 E Robinson I kitchen: FHA financed: 88690. EAST ID I .
sues. Another With SIDE- easy waUUn dte--
Seal A,.. 2 Holler housekeeping. Hot and cold water.Outside I I ; dial 2-35 breezeway and garage ... : I
been thoroughly reconditioned east of the
Pine. Phone 2-3163. _h.ua Flamingo Club. In town. Ladies I II : ready for G-L; 19840. i lance is this very liveable tree roeea
I
ti-aUn Florida Cu HAIR hand Chevrolet Co. 115 W. Cat JERSEY COW-First calf. Easy milker. couples. .nt.nce.. St. or t I Another-With 2 big screened house wtth an extra lane icreenadi 1508 RerdwesI IelOed I
0. $ . sale*, CPEPe.loD Av*. Priced Station. I I 8lth I porches; priced at 19440. front porch and a screened service Is 05do I
& type '
sre. ... 22O S. Main; 8850.CANVAS Hard..ba W.. 1.1 Winter runab1.. Brn' ST. JAMba HOTEL South and BACKSPIN DR. 2.-bdr.d. New See these new homes on Sunnytowa porch with laundry tubs wIth hat bus line Ia 05mdc.
UTILITY BAGS I Rosalind. Summer rates. Sintle. !: California brm orspare Road In and cold water. House I is frame buw I
Casselberry. Hlbbard CaatelbenTi -
13.7*. "UoQ, tn BEATERS a burninc. AH sixes. REGANS BULL SERVlCE-i week UP: doubles Call 9253. I j hobby room. '62$ dOW. Winter Park 2-2221. floors heart pine and site Is a*)* .4 *555Rurb,5O'
It.t.HW B.r haul cows. Phone Winter Park 522. !
.. o" 27 .< . From., 875 Orlando ApplianceCo. YMCA-Attractive room for young I i BEVERLY SHORSEc0Rm a I and one half lot Farniahed It setS 150 S I
21O N. Oranae Ave. Phone 4537. for 110.500. 85- !
Call Flak with
SUCKS men. or double. 16 and Margaret
.-.TVU -. Just n.e a HOME FREEZERS-Kelvinator. now RIG MARE high spirited 2-2083. Blaal 1 beautiful setting of pin Q-Hsira-Moore. 2-23SO 1>9 E PI8e.I !
Bumby C.1 80. U.I CLOSK
IM-He. Is
lovely dutch
a
I i; w Church. v ld.a. available at Bumby Haar. Ket Plan your kitchen around the new rooms. trees. Lane living room 'nice .1e colonial home. Or guest home EAST 8IDE-EUnt clacks-from Or- I iAJioa-u
vinator Department. American sink. New new FOR SALE or trade for beef j CLAN CMFRTABL bedrooms tiled bath. 62>> lot; a Ave. Hollow '
Chu"h Sage tile tarate $*-
CEAIt-PtUNO dean c.tt. or that has hardwood floors throughout.
CABINET Cbl ROT 6. 10. 2O. beauty new features I Three Jersey cows. Can i .l Gntm.a refined n.l.h.rh. 10.5. C. B I artment. on high beattttfat ;
tw*. 2a. Plarida .ul TT3 ., o rd. 314 Anderson pree-I S bedrooms and IS tiled baths. -.t.
nvewi Co. W* North Orange&" 30 and OrlandoAppliance tins Plastic new conveniences., Drawers slide 5236 for Infor.toa. SUMMER RATES Daily, Em.rk.. Realtr.. Or. All ta immaculate shape. Located shaded has 2 bedrooms. .__aes, I.-Jo S* -
slides I
an '
I IAn.
Telephone M'i4. Co.. Inc.. 210 N. Orance Double wan doors-d 'J := I FEW GOOD milk cow. for sale. 5. 8. monthly. Beautiful rooms single or oa lovely corner lot. that Is well living room kitchen hardwood
Phone 4537.XNFA.Nt floors. Use for income when
: I II yast .
Lawrence and Son. Gotlia. PIOrIdO.I double private baths overlookingLake landscaped has a 2-car tarsi in QAwne MA.J -et uw
fit LIGHT PLANT. heavy and insulated. 1 PARK-2-bedroom I build. 5500. Thelma Kincaid with B .
D..er Pie. .
3
"o& AND bu.- Iseruw .
Wear. CLE Here".a
retr. example of
Vlnuita. transportation. room
battens oeaapletel 1)00 _rbl with Clearance a.CIR. t .tel cleaning.rounded eom.r for &u I 1 40. Pe Stock and Supplies I 500 Chase Avenue.near Phone WJ 27. I in 1942. .. 'u sixe. Living room 12x27. Demand F.2-4551.Boiand. (72 N Orange Ava. Pn. lee raatn eewtasftxei *tota
nished including dishes and
0 C IU mak room complete new 01 w.il-io8reeed rantti
I quick sale leaving.
p1. -.n- chairs: ral noL Tl Children's Shop. S3 W. W.ltr .J. Wilcox 1936.Inc. 61 E. Robinson: I'I'eul PUPPIES 8 NICE COOL. RM. 17 week We ware. Oak floors gas floor '"ra.' Mr. Bunch with owner Sam Hutcain 13.5OO.. 409 EAST SIDE-Exclusive2bedroom ... aa"UetIt sew J '
horse .
have riding
'r" COIR SPAN Redecorated inside and
& ; (as store Cblr" bab ;iI O S. Orange. 20583.COLONIALTOWNHom.. sleeping porch fan doe g.. !
aarretar aad apknat desk and otherlarnMata. INLAID I dk. Phone 2-3881.s ree p-1 I and orange Juice your guest. : er leaving town. '108 with dining room. beautIful acnwneel =,,' .
on .
1M1 M. Orlando Avanua.Pa LOL1ltae __ 1401 West Washlntton. I cash: b.l.ne tera Nicholson and Income. porch win sell furnished ar untarnished .I
aa< rpaea. WI.1 f. a ap. "dollID SEWING MCHE .Electric cabInet I DOG FOOD. Kribbles and X-rri; doa Realtor. 1 S. Main 2-1619. 5-room and tile bath on the front 1 Craig with Hampton. BIle,..

6lP NETS Crab and minnow' dip 251 Ed..te D. Pb 2-115. perfect J remedies and ,uPPlea Orlando 471. Rental Agencies j jI I I oS the lot; os the rear of the lot 4- 531 N. Orange. Sel3.FERNCREE& 'i !
ICE BOXES-60 Ib. capacity. Special Charlie Monan 53 W. .0ndluo"l X-cel Store. Dial i. IN-S-room intoI room and bath cottage. They are oa. _
made
pets with .hasMlle (2 SO. Knox low prices. Get at Mills and I I CLE aou both furnished at 19OOO term 143 AVE.. N. Beautiful bwsSsS 8 .
your TROPICAL FlaH Largest LANDLORDS will supply yen j I ether 1
selection one rooms
Jjarea c E. Ptna. PhanaPOORS' | SHELLAC-"Zinsser" bulls eye. 1n. I corner en 3 paved streets W bearIng ,..
a Nebraska. i whit and rang*. Knox Stores Co. I in Orlando area. i; desirable .n.ab free of chargeand 3 rooms and Can be used recur on cottage. Mr. Busch with trees. 6 furnished ewk I Isse50505 I
_ _ _ _ _ Aquaiums 'UP' lath a rooms. til t
Lara* Jet *
Just I I Pain Hatching. 409 5.Orsnge: 2-OS83.
KELVINATOR Dintns suite. 25 plirs. Harry Coster, phone us house. Eols Dr. .
room E. Pine. Phone obh..Uo. so-nt
Sash .. | Rldl. Iou 55 S |I floors: 20 ft. classed porch. 3-ear
1 .o white pine.sVreeaa I, Wet1ho. stove and 2-311. Dr.OftI.awrence Ave.. Park i I, vacancy. Gardner Real Estate AI..I I COLLEGE PARK Two exceptionalbuys. J'COLONIALTOWN Bungalow. 6 S1B.OOO. Howard. Broker 3M Oar*> wr 50 .
lawm .Ietr SAXOPHONE I ; I
cabinet AU sold plated S*
l pea of used .ok e"aa Woodaraft l.chl.. W.alnatot. .rb' At KuseL 214 t COCKER MALE $I3TMZi ,| cy. 29 8. Court St. Phone 2-4481. Two bedroom bungalow at j I PI.m*. 3 bedroom oak floor, flre- tt.rID. 7325. 1|I -
CcUOn PDP.
Ola.do. Washtn KIMSUL INSULATION-Enjoy Bl g. 1 I: Mutter. 154 37th St WE HAVE RENTA- 13 service I 18000. unfurnished. Another 13.:,i large front porch tarate. 2 GUEST HOUSE-On main trantitd ]'I
10 : Rl.. I charge. Estate 29 block te hopping center. M3OO mew I I
.... men Prepare for Wlt.r Oct SEWING 1 Ra i furnished. Large tot* fruit MACHINES
Factory
protection at Mill i rebuilt South Court Street. >! landscaping. Call CnenauK Jen- terms. Sam Johnson Co. 208 S.
afflce sod chair N.b..t. | guaranteed like new; 41. Poultry and Supplies I I ; particular house has reel 1
8 I
bilk : Mala. 1Id1"n *
:
; .. "font. new rat LUGGAGE TRAILER Extra lane.. I able_.and. console. Pr. nlngs. Inc. R..lto.672 O. mend it for a I Iboone. Ii Clyde MretiapliOraaae
Ian, 51St nfl and aaulpment. riding Apprulatll 4 ft. htsb 4 ft. SHOE SKATES A Wlin. CHICKS-Tuxedo Feed Store. I I 49. Business Rentals I Ave. Phone COlLEGE PARK-Modern 3-bedroom i It Is a square frame howaeI

t aata. breachve tennis All .. 6-ply tires. Independent -Girls; lile 514: a. BAJT. approved Pullorum tested. I i COLONIAL SECTION bedroom home of cement block construction I with cool corner room Fuss bvaV I1
borisM priced. Good nc..t(ISMSX lishtinc system. 1200. Winter I .ltl mantle. Phone 2-2083. I Church. 2-28 or 7336. '' OFFICE AVAILABLE In new office I II home. electric kitchen. 2-car tar- I I located on lOO-ft. lot. 2-car garage I I room and bath npatain. a hateS =

".54... ,111. Park 872-W. TILE your b.U and kitchen In rustproof BABY U. % I I building second floor. Prominent age, nicely landscaped lot. Close in. Abeto roof. Owner leavins city. living room dining roam lane modern
= I P..Ule: free CCK. S Pln..I Ied J.CI.Parking la rear. Only 145. : part cash; balance terms.C. 111.500. Allen Johnson. Realtor! 143 kitchen and a bedroom and 5closed ;
I LUMBER I I'
*lhoay office desk -Odd lots at low I < 1.0
and j
.pl.1 Central 2323 ''Im. fa'u. I Cams" Bkig672 2-1747. N. Orange; 8612. "Specialixins la .
Frd. Sl. r.a1d. Realtor sleeping porch with half beth
livery.
rhair. La than prices Get at Ne- poultry I
It .w **.I a au braska.LTVLNG. S W I ante. D.I 858. .bDt.1 I Orlando X-Cel Store. Dial "pple. I N. Or.n. 2.351. I COLONIALTOWN Well furnished Homes.** downstair A fine fun burmewt level 1 ---1

ad1 1 VACUUM 2324.I or 2 for even to Good condition. 3 COLLEGE PARK-Her* It Is. what : with laundry and automatic fnmac hot-b-sue
I DA* BED o swlni. ROOM Stentfe with CER Biunby I CHICKEN HOUSES for sale cheap. <, oFiC-AC1 rom I bedrooms. Bnc must leave. I you have been waiting for. Modern Price 116 600. Can Nora Tyler with 5150150

.58., e4.. .raam "0, In excellent dUo. Reubl. I ..r.. a.ctcm.at.Wet Cbarh W.$ chickens. 6 weeks old. cheap. i i 2-0991 for information.lo.Uo. I Hinton. Realtor O"Dr 1 E. .97S. 3 bedrooms oak floors attached tarate Harra-Moore.. 109 E. Pine. TadI I sesisor

... Lake Eola H.tel BIN .Br-I i. L 8t..al 1307 22d St. j $ large corner lot. 10300 furnished I Phone 2238O.JEFFEKSON . at
blockbungalow
la.u far afflea house.'or LUMBER Enn I b1ldl.I VEGEABL..tabl. bl.12. "n.Wte i ELECTRIC BROODER HOUSi SHOP SPACE-120 W. Pine. I,COLONIALTOWN& Sn-li. for pretty the H. P. Boland. 672 N. ,I ST. 1315 E. 8-

? 'A. $13 V.1 i lumber and .o 23 E. Pine. 2-3163. 1' 36" hardware cloth new scales I has some .u.. '. _extra 2-4551. or.n..j j I 2-1710. I hue the key and Ic 21
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Dm ber. laying .tues A .IM.oa.
Cheney Bl _Ph. 2-7142._ battery new feeder water COLONIALTOWN glad to show yon this 1l .1 I
SET LAWN Alto SUPPLIES VENE BLDT. costs fount.l. ZOO chick oU brooder lay-I!I STORE OR OFIC SPACE"cl] sue b&b.. with ln. .bI.t aa Stucco duplexwith ,I ranged 2-bedroom anfarnlghed
CAetta set. sarageaps rtment. AH fur
DJa-wM "A 10 mor N. Hampshire 12 j!: lent ground for Io."oa. .PPrl ,, extra" livlnt : I Fireplace and floor .
stadia couch beds. i Lawn b.pr&n, 9558.i Ceva Ph. Res 0 .ch I 20' 70O feet Ins laundry nished. 17500 cash will handle it Cull gas .
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4749 .rrtIt-t.uJ
between 10 .
Ph clusrve with
extra ehalr. Hesbler. complete line D mat.1 a..r. and ewner. 23423COLONIAL i Prank Me* I row -
: 11. I three-year grace I ltr.
." 8070. ParrUh Hardware Co.. Orange. i i VARNISH-Special Heat and acid i space I calf Building. .51
I 2 8 resistant. lease to suitable i irent. fixtures. Pettll fllh. .l GARDENS-Another nice -r- I
For boats re.sn.bl appreciated Price
floors bar LAYING t.n.a. 110.500 with Igiin
; ,i BENS, 100; 1430 llth 6554. I
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SVTTE-0 pattern I I IFTFTY for O.Hara-M two
DUI 80. I. LO- .D tops, etc. Mills and Nebraska. II | 281 Cal bedroom frame buctalow. I
B. lar. Piseldo
with P. . A Iud .o Furniture i ._ I II : Realtor, 2-0836. E. Pinne Street. Breezeway attached ..rs... large 508
*.a.I. n. Call. C*.. .oL I VENETIAN BLINDS NRRxD CHICKS | lot. Call I day e ......... 5128 i
altar JMpm 1f Coi.. Ct I -Poultry medicm !I STORE_12x20 ft. 135. 124O Orlando COLONIAL CAR s".rl,, Harry Heath Broker. 5253.Coloniahtowo. ,
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Special 58e bat.1 I KALEY SCHOOL
per sq. and supplies. SECTION Beaattfnl .
4 I _ _ __ I LAWN "OWm. lo.en. I Radbfn 1 Open eveninnts. Ave.. Park. Fla. Phone Win.ter ranch-type I -or. taa
p. I lakefront CoUalal I
Blinds Lake Winte home. bedI
Dt 1 l 1Ufls.-Tbiij I 8125 d.I".J. V.net. Co O' The Woods Chick Co.. a. mile oak floors pastel-colored Interior COLONIAL 4
GARDENS
I'-1 .D aC e 3.Wn' I Frame bungalow !' baths.
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al 138 D. I Ii I I north of Maltland. Hiway 17-92. 20. fine woodwork modern bath rooms. Exeettent comduie
314 Anderron ,
Pne. I ..l lot 75 by 200. Nicely land- I
bsTWAlT POWER. 8 TRAILERS$. i WHITE LEGHORi i inow.15 I W-T LAEr.. Ind.j kitchen two bedroom living seeped. 7 rooms can be used as in. Large 'landscaped past rlpartat We wil seilbotisis _
SAWS- Also Parka LUGAGE one or .n VENETIAN day deuYn.1 ll. .o I I right This is oatataadini. *o act ; tie us5e
I room dinette living
-Man aaw% 4 Loaan 0.424 &Bt 'Pb! Why buy BL3 eh. yoncan 1030 ;17th moau. old 1L50 e.c John Clsneros. 32O Magnolia. : attached Irn .. P"h In come property. Good ronrtructten and quickly. Only 116.500. Stan tent rms-.M55 .
J. D. 3-2334. hire or bUc .1.1 .1h .pc perfect shape. Call Harry Heath
i See Mark
a. .u 7 J. ..&pbOI P I get the bl for few eat I WILL BUILD to, suit tenant.' Ideal t tlocation Real value at 00. Call O"ar- Broker 8253. Colonlaltown.COLONIALTOWN 1120eeaIIa. !.. .
LADY SUnUxht ( all wooL Mad Orlando by for doctor, dentist i 143 N.
i '1. I mo I 45. or Moore. 109 Pine Street;
,. VOOXPSOCRLRB-M&I1 Very smart _I very little. Sise 182 Dr. ph. Carl Apartments for Rent manufacturer representative's office. Ralt. & Nice three bedroom I Ii C1II'lee -

pUtea. Smyth I Plt. 16. Win .ernc. Ill Phone Winter I, .ee..t 2-. 1 One space suitable for wholesale ar 2-238. I sleeping porrh. frame bungalow *
and Salirsad.DIRbSGi'OUiSTAfli.R&yinato C. Park APARnEN- fair porch. I I Paul COLLEGE PARK-Attractive 2-bed i with extra earner lot. In nice i KALEY
retail specialty business. Apply j SCHOOL SECTKKf .
593R. I Y.lH-.r Valspar clear vaA I room bungalow with aU the meaty 50050 Ped .
P1 I neighborhood
LUMBER ..nl. "ar 1khar. P. Sanford. 1217 N. Orange Arv. I en. good buy at 1500 furnished 5 '
,. -All kind of die. to aliens. Knox ; features you're looking cat room frame bamtalaw E Cewtrwt. _ .
Suisseatis thermostat. Bunby Bard.W i reasonable. Ao slab :. Store* Co- 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-3163. I, AP. furnished: 2 rooms: utilities '' Ph. 2-120 between 9 and 5. tile and drain.1. In .I' with. 8253.terms. Harry Heath. Broker. I Lot 108x151 ft.; plenty trust tree. PARK Uaaaraaw 05:1'I.: -
Adults for Colonlaltown
lei W Chureh.KtECTRlC for coop bam 'r. oa. 82150 '1 b.1 kltb. Priced to sell at 109OO. Owner leaTtaxt '
a re. HOME couple
.nc ehAk. WASHING .el'BI.I" GUEST -
." nursery. 1401 WWashington. MACHINE-Taylor Jr i iI .. C.1 2-103. Dad.b .a Altm.tl 'uc. CITY LIMITS..Wasrt. Modern 5j j' town. Ask for H-IUZ HandS T ise05 188 s
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HOT PLATE -Six ft. fan.typewrit 11.0 K 1J9 95. A convenient parting space ', want to pref.r.bl .It rage wtb 1.ladn tub* Screened i Condlct. Or eese _
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I APARTMENT rooms, Box 279 room home of frame conjunction. I Realtor 37 a. ...: tin
I option to purchase. porch en landscapedyard
** H harsa motor. 110 I you always at front do..tlrat frat Lel. tar aoaM
a.t Large
,.Ha. cbeek sun.o LAMP SHADES-Parchment and ilk.. Leonard 0 and back "la P. terms. Alien screened porch. Garage. S6.SOO. LAKE WINYAH-200 feet of tkW taat IU Cad aatt |

T .ball .. -e. ural. l box. I All ian and It._ Johnson m I Orante Blossom T1 Had..r.P. -21 dr'j bU 854.. Couple only. 538 s Sum- 50. Wanted to Rent Sammie :dalr room 4. I .nxe: Johnson.8612. -Speclallzait Realtor. 140 ta Homes N. Or.1,i beautIful landscaped grounds la 7"_* mo aMV
Orlando. _
Patio _
1-4 JO a_... time. b Co. Z E. Church. WATER Central : and barbecue pat thot _
t (.I 1 TRtl ias.el CLOSS |I CITY LIMITS._.la high priced cost over 12.5OO. Oatdoar
LIVING APARTMENT SmalL furnished for ana tame ream .
ROOM SUITE Mew. tape .
KKAMEL WARE-Pots. paw. pails. and fuel callon. INbtb .Me. : PA. --
1 1I I Lake 3 bedrooms
: cost 1210. for 1160 Ii First fr. ,I working_onple Phone 2-1114. i ii ,1 privilege with exclusiv bath- unfurnished eesnmt brick -
lee aattlre. pereelatora. Store Co.. ..
vl ar K Pine. Phone 2-3163. Adut B& log beach. Concrete block home bitS c r.atn t1on. This prwperty ha every n- -
M. maple sprinss S.r.CLS APTT OR CHEROKEE .
aaslity white wt" ft. 1 ft. i lOUSE-2 bedroom:St PAK I251 lot. thins one could wish
for
W x roll poultry 18.000. Unfurnished. in a beagjtt- .
a E. .aj sod only Winter $ zieofurnlhed tied with 4U month ., u
apart- ; keka
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.Ur. 115 cupl. fill home. _
Co I Park ."u. Aml .ul. per A well located 2 3 bedroom 83.0OO. each with balance at 145. Exclusive with Frank rub
Autust story
and
t-3163 _ _ 21 R I roll. *.. 1.Orange Adults I.Dt. September only. | Call_2-3150. home living i per month. Completely furnished 507 Metcalf Building PCMW* 2-1TM. screened 558. -1 'I
I ZirCrcWA1HgR Cinderella $ 2 S O B. 28 APT. FUR.'iISHED-Brlde and room dining room Brokers stares eel leo
LCRDanD. lull '; Blossom Trafl.WRENCHES 8Sla. .r kitchen. bath 2 M.500. Call Moriarty with Joe G co-operatkm apsnatlated. .
car
and pad N. CHURCH ST E. 4 and I both working for U. S. c. tarage i
hl w : daven 14& .br C. : 5 rooms f." L' of closet Myer* Realtor. 8881. j
xU fibre .! and Railroad. .WUm" cnromealloy ".U paid: furnished. I 1 oratory.Call5O27. pl.ntl a. 15.0. 6OOO Cra sS&Laad
.I ra. I "Cre*- Bus COLLEGE PARK 2 bedrooms iu I LAKE FRONT--Just 18.54 2 bedroom - lREs.05C
HUIialc _ _ _ _ LUMBER IIUd material ..I r Put &.cmbl Ka. lt..r.D. E ouplepreferred.JI55 APT. Oa-H uiI or 2 bedrooms ; u inched tarate. Pre-war construeI I I bungalow sod guest
.a.a: 1..r P Pine. e I &rr-N-CUT HOTEL mOUI Infan' for kitchen ap- Hall Br tlon. Hardwood floors. 18.950. both attractively farnlatMd. *
R r"ohlU 2-36. A..ncl. Rea"on un a.'I'I -
AI. UI C.t. A .. c ph S WINDOWS AND PRAM.ES.-Alf0i I-om ..abl.Sum. pUa.. 11 .. physicist and wife. ', U2 N O.aa. .. . 5U. furnished: 19 950. furnished.. I chtded-oolemBd dork. boat -

ben-beariM. sell er 'rc LAWN WWE.p and N.- I and type Mad. to order. Standard i No c"Ud.a Call 6822. Mrs. Taylor. balance 150 a month Mr. Nune CAsII.l and outboard teeter. TMa -
awaer mater. 83S. 439 E. 8LaalcWTuH p.el.Ut. LINCOLN .... I I located oa one ot Burst **
.II the pails sire in stork. 85.75 pr. 1120 17th APARTMENTS 189 Mon* APT. fobre .D-.r that tai Herman Goodwin Inc. Broker. w laajn >ma *,dTLo
by B.r..,102 W. Church. St.. phone 732. Blvd. Winter Park. 1 and 2-bed-I i w* a COLUMBIA AVE. SECTION Grunge: 9855. We do not expect tM Set '
_ _ _ _ ,. a .1.nlh. _ _ _ I over 36 hewn w If MtntAatT I t gnm|
30-caHon MAIL ra Janitor wish to the a: for aa la 2-bedroom : em.
new biavk
35c WATZft5Y5TEMf..Completjt rmeI ."t. .p COLI.EOEPARK. between We&tm_
BDt' tact Marie *
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heaten Buntby Bardwara. 102 and .1 I bo water heat Year which ta spoon: am I crazy a* : 15250. geaRaw. atoare. JTl'yf-
water E.Ptna. I 1. cash. want land and
8ar. e for farm ar home Borne I. kib.n. 2. Ediewater on W. I 21 W. Wal4sn St.
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W. Charrh, Phone Z-11 Machinery C.. 430 W. Robinson.n A..i Winter Park 9161.rental. Adult anly. I IZ or wHJ araaad 125 Ext.brine 3L.more. Main.n Rpr Reslty and 2 block frera business center.T.le.\\ 8106. t'

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; .. .. Ntd1ng ".cd I 51. "OUI for Sale I 51. Lots for Sale 56. Business Property for Sale Mister Breger 61._Help Wanted-Female 73.1. Auto Parts-Apfesseriei (! r1anllD &fnltarl

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II. 11_. tmr Kale huTras ad NOC. 1 YOI d.n" find BAXTER 8T-Z off Pernereek. COLONIAL SECTION-.Garaa. .p.n .-wce---- _. SALES CLERK-Most b* experienced FRONT END REPAIR PARTS Bow ITJE3.. JULY 29, '47 PAGE IT
th Ohm. $250. do. blk.. | meat on larte tot. Zone lor j la general department store. Sales available for almost any make .f
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,, Ctu krw>oc MCTIOW1 1 IU Claybassh. Reatte. I 15 1t7.I i I ness. Three apartment J .Ladles-Readj-To-Wesr and relatedI auto. C. A. mango Sons. 1010 W.

__a'-. taratokec Cooa. SXCLOPIVh I CONCORD. WEST-At W'mI.Dd: With good lacm.. : lite.I 1ul. Leesburc Ba'.1 Store Church phoa 8811. 76. Trallfr -Truck$ far 51*

.". >_-*.> .t t..ma ordroooi 8flON-PPstitiful 2- SO ft. lot for M. J. Ilrale. Price I Co. Fl*. 1
15. )1 11
.... .. ,* bus bun.alow. built IMl of Broker. 132 8. .p.nent. .. FORD TRUCK 194 Lot .
Cag N. Mill l
beat I Llndbert. ; 71. Antos-Trallers Wanted
,.,..d ..11. L Pyps m-t.riais. Tiled ".tkdoubl* ... 8'7. Brok. 1 SECRETARY-815O per ..atl 10 I baa. la A-I coadllioa m .

r. If n,._ 24gs I n.e.detail sob flooring and .,ery other, CLOSE IIO ft. lot*. $500. Res- GUEST HOUSE-1 block off Orange I II I montha. Mew position .1 r.pU. Dr 8648 _ _ _ _ _
sty. I AUTOMOBILES WANTED Will buyyour
you a charming Ptontda en.bl. W. A. '. Ave. near Pot o.le L.uo. Write Box 8-8tar.
I i bum.. ..1. ist5tihed and reasonab. ! t.ra Highway; 2-7144. I cant be beat. 9 .. I Ii I r"ht.nt.1 car or sell your car. Autos FORD-1542 Iii tM asils I
I TIM ua. UiM1011f Jell I, untied. Oeerng with A.hu 4t5 Ceae Lan;. lot. Can convert into apart- I S T E N ORPE- Receptionist at auction every Thursday. Holly truck. Good tin. cal sad ,
.. .... .'ts b.d.1u1. 'ar iTt,. I..It. 70 P.I. 3-Om.. i DUBSDREAD COUNTRY CLUB ice.tlon. i| menu. $12.000 cash balance I morttate. Must shorthandRexMcGill. I Roboon' Motor Auction 2120 8 to to OUa' Vied Cars. 143 5land. .

.. '. ..... ..d t. .. ... I I. Centn\ Large lot* low at $495. easy O. C. Realtor. OKtal 128 N. Orante Ave. > Or*nte Blossom Trail. 2-4347_ __ __ __ 1
.. 4... I' DiPTIIiCl1yE. Pay monthly. Have lot paid St..n I
;. ...- .- . ". .. I. tOustiful .. RALNO.110. R.Y. 'trl bulldln material become Aroade.9SS. -. i I ? k tlllli, WAITRESS--Part time. 6 to 10001. AUTOS WANTED-Win pay hlsbest FORD--1939 'a leG _.U fkrte Sand i

p...,_ .11 t '. "._. .. Olli. two tiled baths .111th- available. Property la this high class I i oaily. Closed Sunday. 424 M. OrI, rash price for your car. OUa Inc. you U bay it. Otis a uo) Caa.
asasy lsni GUEST HOUSE-Lake Lucerne aPeI .n... 142 N Garland. 2-4347 or 242 N. Orj j 142 M . 2-4347 -
1' I II.'. .kh CIOHt. Doubl I*. action U bound to Increase rapidlyIn 7 r44t __
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I ..IR4 ktt.b. r. .g and Laundry value. Buy today ahead of this I '1" 2-tory. 4 bdrom. b.th. ante 2-4814. _
.. .ltlt Lu. a.."lt. Tiled UYD.don. rear Iccreaee. We have some .u.I! tu.hed SP.cOU otb ,,-,- .A. i \ rAssi: : .p.j in, WHITE WOMAN month to old come and ear I The inS HOUSE TRAIUI&11II'
:. : e I .t prc converted for 14 child d.na. BUICK WANTED later Butane taa *t* *. IWlt 11115
b.th : room 4 m > ,. larte lots right oa the golf course. It ("., P. O Box 89. cleaner the better. Might buy OM deeps iar. Kctnc binges Js.0
Corner j
minx bedrooms. Needs _
:::: 4 kltbn e ...m.nl Best *alu Water. 1.h.*a* and bus available.Paved. Lots rp.la expansion; / : fJi.: 111141; or Poatitc. Slivers Pontlsc 62 W. rloayris. 30* 8. Maake- I
.nd I we t prc. 'e$ .. A Boland. Owners.Carritan . .:I5. of rom WANTED -Competent stenocrapher.permanent _
.. .- .1. Ream.. *" **. M CI.b.a.I Bid*. 672 N. Orantei 3- termS. Exclusive W. B. Nlcb employee. Phone 7126 C..nl.1.FILLET HOUSE du.lLIAPIMI. It
-.. S.4 ...-ta.4 aIM I I.nd ..". 1413. Io.n CU 4551; .. .. 2-2534. 01 Realtor. 1 S. M.I 2-ll. _t 1111li : appointment_ MOTORS INC will buy. selli; screened porck. ftwtaa taa. _

-.. .s." ., .. Alt), IF YOU ARK I USI MORRISON'S CAFETERIA-Wantsattractive or trade your car for the huhdollar. *. 31.8UO.OO. Caroliaa trains VM. t
looking for FERN CREEK AT PINEHURST
.. ..e .. ai.. ._.. BoderB borne. H.mpum nice hew nice huh and dry. food- GUEST HOME-For old folks. Well young I.dl. for cafeteria See as at 200 W. Central or lot_125.__ _ '
... .aa B Brokt 5d50. .. trainlnt Huh education Phone 5416.FRANK I INTERNATIONAL _
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Iat* 1\\ i"" m II" block from K.leFl.cboL located. Income over $MX> per
I.I 1M. .. bus ii N. .. Mil. .leUol nel.bbho. month now. E. P. reulrP. Paid yu.Uon. hospitalixa See at 102 West Baking Axe II
3 O. Sell or trade. Owner Prl. 12.5. REEb really know bow to I
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Ie 6651.
un- .lple& STU.ua.rtE- TtTUULm
. kflbun lITERAL-.: and 3 bedroom i i 0. Kin. 1401 W. Washlntton.HIQITWAY :| 8.t' Pa. ,., let th* blob dollar for your car -
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lomu or equity Cash la five minutes. Why Reasonable: etctlHat iia
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_-, bun I. _a.. I. reasonably" ) prlr.d "S".k ., FRONTAGE. 1.1. 509trontnge. HIGHWAY l-U-Po..t IncomeI live 'em sway? Give as a chance $63 l Orana. 2-.4M Iroes i* S
h'" .a4 "r rIIIdas tba iDInet Whla. C $15 00 per all I I property. tourist 65. Help Wanted-Male ; 201 N. Orange Blossom Trail: 7883 SPARTAN ada
'U." Cealed Rltn TO..lf Bid*. 2-3269. or part. Call Mr. Phillips with Slmnson8taton. -' court. BO L'g 600 It. deep i ii -Choice of veyaM I

:: 5Kb 1 Dsml.I u.,. Mer.1 Bid*. Phone 5159. i I to lake. coort bloc i SELL OR TRADE a* your ear. Or. wants tk* best. 8ve BOW at Prose
NEW
ILI.sys : 2 AND 3 BEDROOM ho. Dot home furnished. tract. .n** Buick Co H. Dean Row. 53O Reed Trader Bale Mi 5 SesUs.

.ail finlthed inside. .II and LANCASTER PAK-IO feet covered I| priced LVUC at S9OOO. Ask for Clos.Baroid /.k.:1: 1111tIIIII I ACUNA"I I I IOffice N. Orange Ave. FInns 5410; after S Blossom TrsU._ --
- and ,. with M. i.MOM. 37 &.
1 .OluHI win .r.. Ir. 170. Realtor. pm. call 11141.BeSINESS 81CDEBAKBR- ptrka A post

-. -" ..a Bear-.. L". bus lt. olettrlcltr.school water. I Broker. 132 B. M.I 6977. CentraL 6137.- _._ _ _ m.n..e must be ,. 'Sealor. I' IS GOOD Can are kart.Delve.SPARTANYeurbomnh.n at .$64. T_, oatsVTfiaia IU

..I S .. .- to $2562 00. Cask or 12385.0 LAKZTRONT-100x553. Just off Or. HWY. 441-Her* I B Old mine. A experienced capable ban- higher toad ever before. Cask -
party. Owner.lem. .L re1 1 I 1 an** from Gore to Lake-of-Wood tourist court on 1 .cres Hravll/ : dime heavy volume of work and office Immediately any make at .

i.,." .. -I 2. VW n 1401.W.. jw t.ln.too at.t .Or. Itn.. I! Bearing orante."le= grapefruit.tanterine. .o.d 300 ft 01 .and SOO force. Wide business ..pn.ac, Used Cars._101 N. ... 8409..rua"1. rrr. you slot : f
.fr.uM.. j eirk alas rtapt>tety I fit :trees. Also rental .al. com and backtround nre.n. Reed Trailer
*- Mfike.u a****!*. Aatijr.r *. I BRAND WIW modern ( and &r..I p.lm. .. shrubbery. f. and beautiful owners* cottate ; Corporation ..pn.ac. Pee' DONT SELL for lea Ulan w* will I IP. Oran* Blossom TrailSPARTANEatisser.d_ _

InU : I 1..al masonry and ( I Pho. o.ne. plee Compl.tl. laraled I{, ment and oP nunIU. anlmltd''' *,. Get sll yon ceo for your old hk s. .
.... M.T locations: 1m. fur.BUhed. Illnes.a..* -t Phon 2-4591 for .P rar while the aetttnt Is still ... I liner tot ofetuae of
: .crllc. Ulmeat a servtce
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-= *ra ,:. Priced at JSO up: LK FNAGE15 will tat i $10.0OO will handle. .8' I I Shop around then sell it here aa *omany oa brand new .wM Praak Ii

$s, Ceertral ] ; I Is:1Im term Oct settled now while I ,I klor':.h : :t i I C P. Shumway Realtor.c N. Or ) .- other b... done. Ontrsl Flor. I Trailer Bale*. 24)1aom ) II. 0.-
I ar* tow. Entice Offing Sales Fore :I Iyslir and lake property :ante; 2328l.HGHWAY I Ida Motor L. P. B'IIPb.. 2-2424. Tr.1l.aPART"'f
-- Just mil WI18 -Zq morn- _
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1. ** t s. b.'IE 1 .. .nlcea. lOJI. obU..to.: :, h.1. new eo.,.l. .. Eatonvtlle 19.1- .. 'j at 46 ON-THE-8POT CASH PAID for tood, MAJIOII.-8a 5Sep55 .

koaw arae. and 10.nVE ft. oa Urse . Nice sand beacn.Wm. l-lZornr on I Ea.tS'anderbllt._ ,Ii cars Jim Cumbie Cars youH never keen H s &lie .
> *sw. kktsrdut i ..-R.HOUSE- duplex apart- Mathews. 7811. way. 585 ft. : "Two on" a $15 money order CARPENTER and laborers wanted eol..N.d Oranso Avenue. Phone i Spartan Save $77 oa
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C U ? unfinished.kVone : I Ii .T'It
.. AM kOIBM* M44 "Tiro**" I 2.2325 .p.rm.n'0 p m._ .'I LAKE FRONT LOTS-In Interlakrn.Unusual. I trove. Ideal for .I ore' !" i| Apply at 764 11 wood Street. Oj 2-4521. Frank ante Blossom Reed Trailer Trail Sal** .

City conveniences. Re I o.nr price 18.0. j i I R. Cumminc. i i _ _ _
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.. .frM ., My-PIC. wnl be closed until I Ndegier Inv. 505 E, Exclusive with C. P. Sblm..7. Rcal CHEF- -Te.rom and Grill. Pleas- I DONT BRING ROUGH CARS. but f TRAILER>, toa"Roberta. i. rne$
a J. Klitler. Realtor. .tnct. C. Real Estate Wanted 60. Business Opportunities | .
$$o$ tor 140 N. Orante. 2-3282. ,,58. I
.. Pta.IYOUARR. Dr.; dial 8065. f fi write P. O. B 855. Clermoat.Florida. you have a tood. clean car. we will ,, Or*a** s.eem YosePark.
IB Ate. *VroB Mora .tl T.re. pay top spot rash. R. s. Evans phone 3T7S 8 Oran 1lssssej
t._ .., kVek1 H.*a. LOOHUNQ for a nice ORWIN MANOR-Two adjoining lot*. I LAKE EOLA-4 blocks. Duplex. 3 i; WILL PAT-110.0 cash or trade RESTAURANT .oder. ".Ine.i = 4771 or 5296. I
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*k>- .._..Mi mail horn on a Urie lake front $1.500. L C. 119 Grime unit*. nicely furnished, newly 1 112.0 bom. for modern opportunity. he.r DRIVERS WANTED -Only .who 'I II I I LJKp New. used.
I Ar.o painted and decorated throughout 3-bedroom home la of the are thoroughly familiar with Or $ .
O. lot. her it U. Til construction lane St.. Cocoa. 'urle or near "U.Ue dlU1el OrO.e
cr Ma.t _ _ _ _
w P. 2-car location. value. I OOO Undo street will '. Apply 1947 ,. Coleman and Pro-Way >*il*
s c'u i front porch overlooking lake. Uvlnc .a..e. frl&Ni. S Must b rea P. *- I| 0. Pr"h.. price $20 00 BADLY IN NEED of 1946 and
Isa* .- room. 2 bedrooms. kitchen wltndinette. I PALM TERRACE-Beautiful building i this for a .od buy with in!i I lion Sept. 1st. full d.taU to I ,ug first ,.a. Lone I Mr. Howell. City C.1 Co._ automobile and older can Harley ,!. Dollies, awainas. kottl pee -
sbat a yew.ere All nInety b.tl and the I site; IsIs view and lake f : I come. . transferred must be I, W. 3350 N. 1\:' lease. Exclusive with Clyde McKenzie I DRIVER-SALESMAN Dry cleamnt Wadsworth. 615 N. Grant A.... ment. etc Ankaey Tadar **
\I .. Attractive price Carl Tecder. ; Sam Johnson Ave.RMI 104 W. Central. Call Mr. j 6397. I Orange Blossom Trail wa U S. i7I .
Must have phone
Liberal
S ***eo *f Ilr Posse al 18.00. tn rdOt ; zusm. car. tuarantee. I _
rout.
Ud. .1. 70. H.I na 31 N. Orange; 2-0442. I . 2-4775. for iU'
w won*** . Wbe.le. with opr. C. I appointment. Reliable Cleaners. 140 WFairbanks. I _ _ _ _
1.1. BAR. packate ttorc 11I CLEAN LATE model automobile wanted
I := *c_. 1.51st, h WB as1 son.B. D.rl.Realtor. 10 JererI -I8U u-STET -. oak Two shade nUe i ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL and 3.1 I miles north Orlandoon U. S.ITiihway SANDWICH SHOP-Old ..t.blb.d. Winter Psrk.BOUSEMASExperlenced.. for ..1.... Call Square DealMechirsery ', ENJOY nation YOUR la the eacatkta world's its sina,.. tarflmtrslier. *k*

Jj Realty. 32 M.rM I I and Block with Ill health owner With ..1 Co.. 2-0289.
all utilities available close to ebl SI O buldl. 1-2. buldlo. buslaes rlulre Soartsa Maaor 8a Mi tia .
_ and .'0"'. See Mr. Wllcoi room Special price I livinc ; stork; U".n fu.'are. to Contact J. M. Robeaon. 1317 releene& Well paid. Box I I demoavtrator. Praak Tis.t.
I _. wt end terms. McKelvey Realty. No. SI. McLearn's and Bar. High .lTd. 8206. GET TOP CASH PRICE for your car
.- e- IOLO Swope. Realtor. 60 East phone Orl Ph 8Sta. Sales.
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anything HAS IT- Central Arcade. MACHINfST W ANT first retardles of make or model. Used -
up. $ . ksuara 1. I' LISTINGS SUPER MARKE- Ideally located. -M..b Car Excbante. 219 W. Waahinttoa LIFE
On. BUSIES NEEe .
bus = .: I.Lsng. Kentucky A**.-Unfurnished. S-year. SHERWOOD FOREST Beautiful ORANGE AV. N. ft. on cornerI Hel. O. Fredrtck. .Bu.l.I IHedQu.r.r. Ample p.rkl. 'P.c. C.1 stock ela. Telephone 494 fol .pptatmelt. I St. Phone 2-2882._ the
S.d : old cement block louis with 1csrsrsse. It.b shaded building tot*. Priced I Winter -o.n... Lee D. ..- 18 N. i and fixtures. -,e.r .. optionto I 55 $ ;
n. = :u,"p.d..k la location handy to $5OO. Fastest srowlnt newcommunity I Rees. 336 S. A'I.al. Beach.i renew. Priced for quick sale. For MAN WAnEDWit truck, to deliver D. VARNER INC. wants to buy your 201 N.
: fn In Orlando. Guernsey ..ndOr.e" Louis Dollv > East Coast.LuckyCo.CheneyHwy.prlando. auto or truck and will pay top
detail S. ,
.1. In and 1 ri . I f,store*, churches. Makean Inc.. i I T.I."h.n. 1249 or 2189-R. 59. Ont-of-SUte Property I 27 W. c.1 8412. Bro'el i .1 prices Immediately. D. Varner Inc. SO*
S. C .tl..1 sand r offer of 6.T30.. try $2.500 down.If Relon. 119. W..hl"eoa. ( .
_. ., ibeda and a.rtsdn' a ". ,. A. C. Golden. SUBURBAN-$125 to $350. Near bus. NEW BLOCK buildIng 25 z 50 oaI GARDINER. cot- PORTER- Studebaker Safes and Service. 234 )
.I. Bro'er I Conway Road and Franclt Ave.. MIEF.rl.be i I II TOURIST COURT* .nlt*. Restaurant I, t-fO--b b.bOp W. Central Ave. Phone 2-3153. Sv
Tb'. 1," .. .1 N. I 1121 N. Orlando AT*., (near Mattlandaaderpsss .tore*. post office. Low cash pay, Just outside city Good buy *t tate .. pl. .' .1.. 3 and 5-room home. 500 U. E"re."e. : Sale !
, asd ). Winter Park. ment$10 monthly. Kittlnter Realty. .lmlt. from 10 bedrooms .Plta. flush toilet: 127 frontage oa Indian River and U. 8. 1.Price . 85 N. Orange Ave. SPOT CASH PAID for your used car. :
,: s* I.ra Jatuarang i Concord. 20074.WINTER I '650. Will. b I i feet oa coed host; soninxwater $23.500 balance See .. C. McKellar. "Your Packard .

.( ., . 7s L C.utt&I. S ROOM HOME and 29 acre Plenty PARK .,
"A T r" ciiiinctiulARt I of fruit. 2 well*, electricity.: Paved I i Tempi Drive tec tlon I. Prospective bath stall under lane prch love. Herman Inc. Broker; 677' house and cannery. Preferably with 5147. nte

4" I.. 10 mile sfrom Orlando. U A. i I horn builder should see these choicei i I I ly fireplace had.o Oora emI N. prante; 9855. knowledge of troves. Box 232 8-8 tar i.i.
,..uiC.4 MIl ... Broker. 210 8. Main. Ph. 7683. I i Winter Park lot*, a* tow as $295. HAS r-I-1 Hwy. pine for $4.0. wn. . Box I wanted"Wate GET CASH IN 5 MINUTES Any BOY A
FIRST
... I TRAILER.PAItK-Absolutely the best CLASS ASSEMBLERS I
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small moatbl.'p.ment. mk modeL atarUaAlexaderMotor
u. .. down In G.rdlne. or
II ., I 11/3|1 Utilities b.l.nc available. A 2-nnit house an lane room Up 11. buy ia Orlando. Conlr.U.1 i $1 2 per hour Must be cxI I AO1 '. Orsnse Av*. Phone : I
C. ., : 2J lokI I stairs 4 rooms and 1 1 1I I George Painter with A.h. I. assembling citrus and Bales.
do.n Pee. prlare 7878.
I I .. 1 GOLDEN DOWN I, .Ig .I" Carrlaan if Boland. Inc.Or .lart .L. 60. Easiness Opportunities Realtor. 70 ECentral: 2-0786._ ', .et.bl. machinery No others need
B r-2.o Owners. Bid. 672 N. .t.1 klchea. dlnn. ro. $200
$ .u.s thy Vats- I C.nI'l b I apply. Food Machinery
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558c: I I Corp.Un 75. Used Cars for Sale I from
.Honeymoon home, 9 year old. Lot I S5.I Frontage 'i 397 fet on Hwy. 17-92 Lakeland. F.. of
SHOP-Due new
ANTIQUES _
t.. r_ bath lOOxlso Kitchen has t. FRONT LOT- 1 and about SOO ft. deep. Room for AN OI a.I
.P' I EXCJ L . SUBURBAN Cafe pool from
c.re. to 'II BUTCKS 1941. Have two (o choose
L."tastdiClasrss. electric store and I elo. 0"1 U.5 oa tn, tourist court and 25 la reari .I"kne .aer m. .nfle' BAR 175 rom.eo'I 66. hales Help Wanted I I .
tr.ler.
kltrlK. MM MTVlC inteldaaeis WHtt.bla. electric I H. P. Bolaad. an of property. iuwlly.Sacrifice. :, for inventory price of mer.adl. !' tee.tr f. HI from. On red sedsnette and on pay
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I I .U wy 201 N
Ln. rerl- 1 24551. Will pay for Itself 2 tu.rer I I green 4-door aed... Tab* your pick.Olin'
672 N. Orante
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Mmuf Gol
ui a4 cvndiilea trator. 2 IU.o. terms. A. C. Well established profitable REAL ESTATE SALESMAN-We need
Lr. rom. bdr. further i I Cars. 242 N. Orante. 2*
particulars Used
and .
tend, far HBBM4UI I BLJILDINOLOTB. den. N. Ave.. 'detU licensed salesman
3 Wet Orl.nd. a to round out
Brkr. 121
.a wll kr ( and. lurhe.. $3.750.Hed7 Church laS.lmit. In- (near underpass). Winter OU. Rasmusea with Cavinauth IR.I'o |I 125.0. .rD. our 4614.__ I cat
In. J. outd. el 4 Washington Arcade .or..u.uoa ConldeDta tional
Welter, r ."IF'1 Dint buy a house you're seen anire nquor .to. Vael.nl Pal 4308. i Call our Altsmonte Sprint office. Interviews between 10 am : BUICK 1942 Special Sedsnette. I tkmat i
P'! 1' 5k_ aus. A.I.AI this one. A. C. Golden Broker. 1121N. BUILDING LOTS-.Select your home I i I I Homer Sewell Manager; Winter too ay. Rob t L. Pryde "; 548 I Clean aa a pin priced ta sell. Jim coupe

Orlando Av. .
budi.s h. *). Winter P.rk dread Country Club section. InaU BAR AND GRILL-A money maker. Knckel-ONtaL Realtors; 118 E. To Central. I
.arms d b.ed.rias Close to school, L 57.. Real Estate Exchanged t for only '8.0 00. Located one Robinson; dial 2-3753. sewing M i Ave.
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IM r. lull Mttlwlkr.. L A. I ( .. Pc.d reasonably. Cash erterms. of the b.t lo.al.a ..pt. EquiD f fi i I Good hour 0"cb. I I CORD-1t37. Overhauled new McKayBros. paint itpo

ireuni with M.ftw WWtcnw.i Ri'' OOOD BUY-$10.500 furnished. .oo4corner. J.I ... 235 N. Main: 7559. :.PELHAM ROAD. 3333-One w dry ment lac.d.. .complete kitchen.new .1ftnc Busl- and.commission. aea.t, person.Jt Job. .good Hichway tires. Reasonable.441 across Iron

-aL W .. home. Call accept small horn .. YOU holing for business Miss Sean Roebuck. I
k Pb I Nice clean CF.h. 53. Country Property for Sale this Call p.r.p.7 ecu presently crosslnc $45000 per IF arc a F.r..sn Southern Box Co.
"*** ReaHor. 8613. o r.ldcnc. I be sure to see
week. Oo lone lease including an .lt, SALESMAN .IL I I >. Call Lorraine Hoffman H.mpto. Broker. we have taa Must Rtsht .
.1 r coaditioa.pile's.
perfect
ItM ni Sth-cs..i. bbui COUNTRY PPTSic 118.- 57.1. Beach Property .tions. gsrsees. bardwars proael. beater
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with Clyde McKenzie for *n : c. thortly 2-4347.
Ask ) ue.U. Inc.. 142 N. Garland. 5
.. n.e ,TMO OM rnt. block ,GOLDEN HAS IT- A.he knows." Central Re.ILr.. Main. Bient. 104 W. Central: 2-''.ppnt tela. child's clothing tore and-: _1101 If married you must bring I
.wc .. -kcttw.Mi I Irb.blF COCOA BEACH 1* Orlando's beach. ethers. 531 N. Orsnte. 5013. I the Manager interviewing from I CHEVROLET-1933 coupe. Good con 5

< _t>! .. M. tll.kill .- Winter Park-New 2-bedroora house GGTHA Excellent 6-room frame ,, Mr. Pulsipher the only realtor THRIVING auto parts I II 1 .le.: p m. 1802 Illinois Ave. i dition. $19*. C UJwi'' 9-8561.
,nse .. buntalow. 3 screened porches. On Iota and ... OPPORTUNITIES since : -
( kk4te over BUSIES eBU.SIm
&. 81 nth electric kltbe.. Lance ,oma 'ber. bous. 2-1008 Room 5. 45 W. appliance I SALESMAN-We have CHEVROLET-I040 coupe. Good eondlUon.
overlooking Lake I
plot
N k located .
r >* i BMain 3-acr trov and reasonably- opnn. 01
1 I Oar paved road. I. 10 minute Olivia. Plenty chicken house Quickpossession. yr.bl. I CentraL Prescott V. Steel I Located in cl of Central an oat'Ddm. sale I flew p'nt.' 108 5. Hampton S \

MMTMKMT A IaFlli. r front Orlando ". .center. Only $8500. M. i. Mou. Broker. Florida. Sale at Inventory for ..h j man. is a prlucu. E.eePIIn I 161._____ _
.Uini:;: curt* koiin $ .MS. Term $3.000 dO.n balance Main 6977. !I CANAVERAL HARBOR and Cocoa Owner leaving: State. Box S70 i at current and : CHEVROLET-1I3t -, aed.. A a itfa
phone PARLOR All
132 8. BEAUTY
new I .rnll
I "*. i Ml S Mlk n.si tuli-stuad monthly. this I Beach-A few exclusive 'o .alp: Market. the man .e select. Motor
S. tr.c HERE IS A BUSY PRODUCE nice .. Central Florida
Excellent I I
ment. .prln
k* '-.IlaM* . 1M for ORANGE BLOSSOM N3 sale with and river *. I 1.U.. Ba.Onr.r
>. c. I Broker. 1121 N. Orlsndo TAn ocean exceptionallocation. la first 240 2-2424.
doIng Jefferson St. Phone
\ Email I I quick sale. F. Realtor. .ol.m. buslne. lte. B. St.r. 100 W.
\ wilLi SilOS dawn is.. Aye ( Maltland underpass). acre 181 ft. on See pltur. .my window of Govern A Allt Speak to. I
: $3.750. term Lan with .. D. 37 W. a. .o WANTED-Man to succeed -R Sim CADILLAC-1939 4-door sedsn. "60Special
rtu 0 tUrrft-Mew lUaltor. Winter dwelling: now at work. :::: Spietel Realty I
!14 S Pt.. J.a H.r.1 Goodwin Inc. Broker; 677 N.I!I SI.. Broker. P'I I''BAR. GRILL and .. store 1 Sptetel.Realtors. Wbln. Bid*. C"1 mon for Pol Rawleith busl.. laNOiiueast I One owner car perfect.Ceatral .
W. Jeffereon -
Orance; dial i PLEASANTTHRd I mile north U. Count. I Florida Motor 100
$1ihiA% mitald limits 15 I IrRY bedroom furnished Ol.ndo .
aUF
FIFTY SIX i I Hlthway 17-92. Blok bulldmt with I PARTNER WANTED-With ability i I II ilies. Prlact .Id Permanent 8t. Phone 2-2424. 1
S .m.t - house within flv* hundred feet hustler. For
'ar- .I and 610.00O. for old establishedi you a particulars -
hajim nil 1 > -J IZOxlMM 5%. Groves for Sale LAKE SECTION <0 acre I of ocean. Cocoa Beach; 15. 'A livinc Quarters: stock: license: fixtnres I manufacturing and wholesale business write Rawleish's ZAGI CHEVROLET- 1947 Convertible. 2
t_ iwl hk .. Insist 4-room house partly 'aral.be thousand and balance thanrent. I M.L..'. Grill and Bar. i DeI week old. fully equipped. Also
I d.t I | state experience. P. O. Box 1983.I I I II I,4Jl0J Mempbl 'ea. or Me
.I' ffM k4 U . Ca WI.d Ga at.e. rerl.e.tr and Pulsipher. Realtor. Cocoa Livingston. 1939 Chevrolet 4-door sedsn. A real TIT
bum with 0 1 e :; e:1 electric Beach. I BAR PACKAGE STORE and restaurant I HEREI-AN rE-OPEER- DI4 Orlando.H.mer rcCI.1. clean car. Jim Jernitaa Used Cart.

t.. r Kf niMa* MIl _ OKY pump. Lance house j 200 RIVER FRONTAGE near 500* Slat hichway. i the..faes' 600 West Central____
ortMIAIT Punished brooder and tool house and tractor I F.. Wonderful site for cottages Plenty parking IP.c. livIng quarters.Doint tourIst courts 0" ths ) .. 67. Employment Agencies BUICK-1926. Oood mechanical con .
I_ a. .CO.*. sated I 2 stiles from city limit. pa.d read. Prlre. tl.OOO terms. Jan Bros.. 235N. for people of drum.t.n. nice busmen Price $19 OOO. double .nlt completely r.rl.e. 2- dition. 3 new tire. 811000. Cal

.._ t.r*..*D..a. .. .U.ll 27* orani*. 28 rtpefmit. 16 t.u- Mala. 7559. j jMCE I Pulsipher. mo..t; Coo B.c P1*. Cash" $6.0. balance on term Cavenauth car you .*. Ik. .your far ears 0" aad traiiiers. BROWN'S AGENCY be seen at 421 South Rosalind between -

'it m k..C 0 ..rl. 5 room furnished tram / 4-roomirain. home on 20'' Phone a evenings. R.ltor 4308. .a.troundt beautifully landscaped.More .0t Nlrs..MPYMT taltr you want 5 OO and TOO p m._
55.00000 now rented 11. 5 In muck. Lights wooded to Central. well other makea.NIC .
.cr. "me. I [ than 2 acres nicely com you BU1CKS-As a*
= IM. H this 51 ngns. :I i ..d ; facilities .I 58. Real Estate Wanted BEAU PARR DOWN TOWN- land with' lake frontate. Steam want help c.1 6326. selection. Orsnte Buick Co. 1
k*. with 0 P. S. Ball Pro.. A..' Rultn U2 N.Oranse Just what you have been lookin I I : bolb .In Good lease.cheap bestIng plant complete lawn R. Dean Ross. 530 N. Orante AvePhone

...EelS rise: .112.N \ A. Tel Lt.OY&HO.&CM. $4000. E. F. Slarton. Realtor. 2.o&, ACGL OROVE HOUSES and r.t L. must sell r and f ardea tools. Lane l.oudt...I.I Income. 69.U ork \\anted-I emale i 5410; after 6pm. call 4546.CHEVROLET .

Pine. 651. _ _ _ I IIF I _
a t": b. ln. pr.n need them to quick. today.IClavbaairh. Price t* sell .In some terms.P. -146 Fleetttn Aero sedaa. -
I. ; .a YOU REALLY want a nice place all want to sell. Clyde I Realtor. 'J *. > P. Wheeler with . Davis. Rcal- MOTHERS HELPER I Fully ..I.ed. Olin Used
"..SI. in .$. .1. Whitney iptneIh.s 5-acro I this la It Exceptional opportunity McK.nZ. Broker. 104 W. Central DRIVE-IN 3-year | tor. 104 I Jefferson. 2-1649. capable girl to $EIlr."Ce Car 242 N. Orange; phone 2-4814. IN n
.. , .. 7M home and Income. Close to city near 2-775. lease and worth .nt t bea.I
nt i !
. ..t ham*. c"r: nelchborhood. $11.- Conway section Aa up-to-date ACRES. On m..2 ,. plus lulp!' Jamlly.jCaiijB632.bHOrif CADILLAC-1940. Cleanest In town.Sec .
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_._ i i iI homes. businesses and m.al b..b. 1.I 61. Bank Loans-Sfrvicf_ I ORDER COO&-First Class. appreciate. Private party.
C. W. the best etc It to
farm. Have Rent. $35
try a
W.I. inc i
KCTK>llrnr roon tad 0 .RaLr. : trove Bayer Courtney I rm. r.lld. Reierenceo. Phone 2422 Yes!
a-4839. after 5.
.of : N. Ortnse: 85. I tnt SOO layers no. 120 Realty; 392 N. .IU.. 2-2471. Call 5968after BANK loans marI Sunday or weekdays ::
l" ..,. cklrkta LAKE COUNTY Irritated o' ..ual. modern 4 home O..e 6pm.DRUG .) 125 cuh I FRT NATONA, entire balance I DRKSSMAKLNGCbIidrendwomen Formosa._ _ _ _ _ _ tons.
o*51 bus and t4 I Inu t. Ue
t. W Prtra. Pl ... 2000 arantes. an bud*. Heavy .. Completely furnished. Vi acres productiv I ACREAGE-Homes.. Stop Groves.. Busne. STORE Located renter ofbjsine's : of the loan In of de.t of a c othes made order. CHEVROLET-1941 Suburban. Real
I & Mil. Thre newly built Pro.r as you W. Uore. Phone 2-QM2. ... 142 N.
'44 5 n.rM. A. V.I.d. Steady producer. accommodating 500 pu to . ** and list .with Geor eKittredte !I -la toed small townon j the Insured. ;I 1 I i clean. Oltn's Used
..1'.0. ft c.h C. W. Wa t ba. ft Son. East the East Coast. Corner lot with I Gari*ad. 2-4347._
t wtiEaLfit C S.ti.n4brd.mt workshop GFC
. : bnnsa.w$ furnished. i I .*. R.ltr. N. : 1. I and .cl.*Oaraae.room. Abundance N I Central. 33176.BUNGAW Re.lo. 1 I I cement block buildIng 2.48 f.1 I INSTALLMENT LOANS cost you let I 7U. Work"anted.Male_ :I CHEVROc.rr-l935 coupe. New paint

C C LAKE COUNTY-10 acres about 425valenclas large citrus tree and sub I 1 AU new ('are. soda . at First National I Bank. Comparethese I Job. new tires. Extra cle.. 641Lexlntton
,I'I". O.rlt a.lo.I and 23S marsh ceedlec b.n.. Tk advantac of lunch .ounte. fine stock of dr.. c.ta. When the ben I for CARPENTRY-Buildinc. cbiet repairs. St. 6012. 71 .

s(1.TIi _PAST__ ,I I year ol Good II.1 Priced this. swell opportunity. Quick buyer WATE2. bdro. cosmetic sundries Bu.lae.I! $ 100. you eec $ 93-Payments a 34 No Job 10. too SEVENTY FIVE_ _ ____ _
... OmUotlni lel $7.500 RezMcOtn. sets all this for 0723. moer. Francisco. Aoun. rosstnt better than $3.0 per year. I ISO. you let 139-Payments 1 5 larte. "ho.242 or 25J4.PAINT I CHEVROIZr-it38 2 door sedan.

O'-MWI' Loru._fran kotk. .lo. .floor. I Realtors. 18 N. Oran 4147. 11.0. Ph 0.. S.mm. .: 7407. R Due to Illness for'I $ 200. you f et IP.meo' AND BDYf P Routn. 8395. Chnrolet--1t3' business CMe

lx kitchen. GROVE-10 lak IroD&Xustia.Pla. I ,> tl .5OO. term (10.0OO ca balancearraneed. 3OO. you get 2.9P.ment 2500 neat coupe. 595. .. 8. C. Motor 650
< Insehfust .cr. GR
rmmm bom*. VEHOMEBVSL EEL Price . estate. $ 10.you ft : 3334 car de.lel as manager or foremanis N. Orante. 4644.
'f**.itir lrM Borck. Aim $ L, CBSh. Roper Realty. FOR TIRED RETIRED a.ee.I Bee Mr. Little with Harold Shepherd $. you set 46P."eat 41 67 rear experience. Salary per- _
I. .-k. r frano 12.5.and Main; 2-3433. T Relt.r.' Chenault I.enlna.Ie Realty Co.. E. WashIngton Bt.Phone.5124. $1000. you get 93op.m.nt 13.34 I ceat.. o. 429 01 CHRYSLER- 1941 convertible. Aaontstscdtnc
.n.I' .& DD.ble. Ar.11
I 2 like 'hrou.1Ioua.
i. . lot. ?rtt FUn In year own 5 acre ssndbottom Orange Ave. Pon. Above monthly m.ath.. Blvd. cr. new
fish irma LAKE FRONT GROVE and M., b* seen at 636 Park Lake ItMT
.rl. ka t>rki* .0Der lake which the sara | Psjrr.ents for 15 months are smaller.
04 tlw.*r. 1. t ful horn . 38 acr" Is.prn. basa. lust a beeline owe or a JOVSE WANTED-We have DR-yaEANIG AGEC-A doe Fituret Iela4 life insurance to pay aGIE Real Estate Salesman I Av*. between 4 and S put.I .
(_ a B Pt water. 12 move; tree I .r I I.to". titan ta The Pint experience ta va I aed... $795.
. 111. 1 8 fly. Together with a two bedroombuntalow. for 2. 3 and .r.ln. 1 d..t I I DODGE-1939 4-door
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- t., are 1..W 0 fl lake tro.t tenant house and 40 acres homes In sood locations. W.rom B.Nicholson. I. "; 'I.n"ed.Si. I' National Bank at Olodo 4th fo. r lines but .real estate. Can Your choice of two. both with new 1947
1lt. ,Oell.Ufl I. OB rb Minn Some terms 2-1619 I to SDI..I. S.le.1 .alll. .oc appreciate as and la good condition. J. 8. C.
sn land. ; paint .
bd. heOn., la 80O ft. on o 10.5. Reat. 1 S Co.. Re.lt.. 70& Me.1 Bid. ."'. owner 1&41.I .
***** fta wIth Ink and Ab' Main r.ld..t Motors. 550 n. Oranae. ,
H *'tV ..'oeaoiir .. it hl kwy 1..2 i call P. Han Broa. Atency. Realtors. 112 N. SHOJS I 2-3269. ; 62. Loans Up to $300 Late moo high grade car.. Pu ttL Dt3fhGE.-l93Oststlon waton. Motor "
'a .1,
)B* ,.*k> kurkm and .,.w.. A. 37 W. Washinf.tea. Orante Ave. TeL 5189.8OACRISSmall . FISH CAMP-Snt. motors. cabins. Box *!. 28! ste. I and brakes overhauled. $ 25. 173t. I IMS P

blai*. U* lentilS. 111.. dry. '81.10ROa WANTED-We- need 2. and Oo for the ritht AUTO. Diamond losns. OWBL"ATrNdnrUlc man and Morse Blvd.. Wfnter Park. .
: I Fish Camp. Lake
Midway Itltar.
shied. ?.. $5.- I I BLOSSOM TRAIL. N.- homes furnished untarnished EcDom Company. J. f.Burger. hi DODGE=1936 sedsn. New tire. Good 1141
pwTa..- Jeurease *. 70 Over iso ft. of l"bwF d.ea.. 15 . priced for immediate sal*. I Gem. M.n..r.Fian" Metcatf BulldInr. .dnrU. .rk. ImpJnc by r.d condition. 630O. 391 FairbanksAve.

t Central Paws* A. T. Cartar.W5Ttl fronts*. '5.0. term*. La. I cleared: and bull O. Myers. R.ltr. 29 W. Wash FILLING STATON- hithwy. Phone 'nu.lon.. Winter Park. J
1 I 'e.c. .o 2-33I Some retail selling
Mto _ _ Herman Joe. Br.ke. 677K. Lylo with Dial 6638. "u.lne. Priced U41
strong Dln. I
0.1. : 81 i CASH l.OANS-Qulck.7 mam oa far- In business ii6.2 door sedan cleaa. =
? C- li. I Broker 677 I I for thIs | lax correspondence co.ra ; FORD
fhro
PAP teem Goodwin.
w Immed.L '
O.n. : man
: ; only $1V Call Smith alto*. auto and diamonds. Or- aaministrttton at present. 26 yean Ford-1940 2-door sedan good con laeme.'C
r ISuaC hams. slat has .- ORANOB OROVE excellent Ia, Oranie 9855.ioAcRE3 HOUSE WANTED-W. hays prtl with Henry Burch. Broker. i Undo' own Horn Fn.nc Co.. 314 old. Writ P. o. Box 1264 I .. $895. i. 8. C. Motors. 554 K.Orsnie. IMI
.- *n> ham. aboald la.j I than RI O" Grove of 20 ON PAVED ROAD .tt' for 5 and "ome 1 S: Metcalf Bid. Dial 444._

nrwM*) iMc 1 .__.. . Marsh Seedles fully furnished 2-bedroora : I II. If moer.houa. for II. call Allen 1 Main. 2-10. .__._ LOANS ON HOUSES J-34.Get small 71. Airplane Sales and Service 1939
: : a
and moeI i
M4 >rtv1 ee! V.I"cea and Tempi orne ran -, tow: electric kitchen. Small : Johnson. Orange; GROERY STORE fl.'ur. j
be'. .a :seen So I. .' :I I L 17 year old. No better rear. Plenty 'r.1 A real value $612. ''pd.Un In Homes.- >I eb.D. Owner must sell at once loan. on your property for fixingup.
Florida Credit. 21 W. Pine tint These
P.hwd .I $12700. I I location the Indian River sec $. Jones Broker. I I : WIlling sacrifice j AERONCA CHIEF-purchased new FORDS I
ie
mngt I* aH Mr. .b I I Has Irritation and close to B 8.. M Mo I I "price fIgures .DOol. inferniation : stairway eaitofdrand Theater. i March 1947. 20 lon de I ante*. :

n N..seert.. .. Plan \i I -excellent town and e u I II M.1 891. 1 LISTINGS ] phone 9742. j! QI1CKCHAS Furniture |I luxe gbor. Doctors 1942 Ford 2-door sedan new paint
WANTED We
-se's I I I car of and It will .u. a 2-hour service. .I Box $ I II 1941 Ford 3-door sedan original
BI' a\. a. Business Property for Sale : w>ltin< list I I IAN pl.a. .. Il.o 28 sedan. Central J.
.U? two Can I. I I tale o you. .a.nn and Car. I 56 I ties. Boss Kay 01 d.ar.bl Broker.. GROCERY MAKE DI Family Loan .. 501 Florida I I COo .\d.. paint: 1938 Ford 2-door Jefierson I
ter. 70 Phone A. AnderlD Bank Bldt. W. CaLlj. manager. Florida Motor 100 W. !
14beT51 termat P.. from ._ i R trade "
Ran & nicely
00s. have
i T. APARTMENTS a i :7.N Orange; "2. B..I. 120.0 Phone 21661.FLEXIBLE BuCA-L.. loel. Wi. St. Phone 22424.FORD I!
..em end $4fl0 D P Pins. Prober. C.I. furnished well located apt yielding Terms. Box 274 S-Star. rea citrus

.* tp PAlE 1-I PDVCG GROVE-IS acres. Vi i.. income of about 20% .r S I I I tie** 0 orange irov. Phone 142 N.
j
H Pineapple. Good rop LOANS Get the 1 2-0410.
'tin .. t. .n. I I set. Cant be bet at B price of 10.1,n* fo. lb and other attractive p1P; LISTINGS W ATIBome eoe GENERAL one of CLOTHING STORJ.I BOW! Choose a repayment pl..c t, TWIN ENGINE ratings oa GrummanWidseon -1930 Model A. "Perfect"Central
Ms duple. Let
.r. &OO. Kin Real Kit ate. 30 E. 1 .p.rnt rnt.. t 'Oi sU your b eme.1 dt. fit your Income. Acceptance I Florida Motor 100 W.Jettersoa .
of ibe .'" In Oulral O1,I' I .uest with Herman I Hail Atency. 112 M.Orsnte. tithed 15 rn. I.. . pill-1 Cora t ;
"o. LI. I.D4 I. .n btlmeD\ 2-2424.
.O tion. Horn N St. Phone
at I
"
ins belt isPIMemnI 1. Owl .. Br'en 11 N. Or. dial 5159.LAKEFROhTGROYP.Wtth. chaser. Box 8-t.r. I Oft 48 Or.n". Veteraa'a talae =
e. a .5 M_ Broker. 9855. I I.hp la O"ndo. '16. Ort. Country Winter Park 563.VtLTEEBTl3IxceUeatCondiUo._ FORD 1942. 2-door sedan Super

._ 0.Tt, . I I 53 Acreage for SaleLIOBARDP .I.II AATMD'cl.l HOUSE8 .pftmeat, modern home. Buyer waitlnt. S.m coed GRGJWelln.,.to..enr.1 3 acres rep.11 oa Coa. scrvlcel. Maven a4 8' !I Cul. DeLuxe. clean Used and Cars.ready 600 ta West...

PB. A4lrrUv* $Vked- I bolo1 Realtor Cen- highway. $2.0 eab. Term I since Major Overhaul, 3O Jim Jernitaa I
\t. Oardea. I RNIR atl.- 1 Tenant ml Frncio R 4 Phone Central.
kemtakrar Tea-car tarate. &I. 481'GRDY < mf licensed. 3 new tires. 2- >
5 1.1 A.d.
Wish em,15. '! acre.1. .u 8. local clientele. Location. East I MEAT MARKET ;j ji Radio. 5995. Ca.l6176.Mr.C.be. i ii FORD-1934 Tudor. *ood tire and
GI... 63. Loans
dwelllnc. Clients ".U- AN .
Bin 01I i ..1.0. . Gross Income $8.076, potential Income Ui5TL'G. WANE i property and stock. < 310rac. ': motor new paint Job Prtc .3
Lane with . 32 E. I i
.... l.e.H. Al I.r.la. Broker; 677 $11.340. Price $45.000. ..I cash b.l1 and 1 Pine St. 5nt. Ratr. i I Call 9591. i iGRORY .1 -IM8-PIER-e-Stw-j Call 2-0413 for details.
Cdwta .. Oo.l. ance a pnolp.l I 1946"6- J-d_ sedan. Perfect -
mnth
. Ie."e. 11.1 sInce New. $1750. 6176. Mr. FORD- _
J. Winter . IN. O.n.; 055.t I.t Icl.de Wm Rwer. ;, UIIG WANTED.-Wo have Ins t tI AND MEAT MARKET LOANS ea all tYs or property: lone Cabe. C.1 I II tbroutbout. Olia's. Int. 13H. 12.
j'ieridlW I t) on nice lake Broker. & I "ue yon have the property. and or short .ra rate: Immediate I Oanaad. 2-4347.
|" LI-FRN-. Ashen I A T. 9516 Jamexson O.ae .. other interest service. O.
frtwit Peter. Reiltor. Cor. t.r and .r Ca .C.n. Central. I must tell tbl week blow replacemeet. Orange Ave.H.m.Phone F.d 1. Au&os.'rck for Bent I LINCOLN ZEPHYR-1939 4-door **-

;tS' Malar 2-O78. AMELIA A".-17* feet from Orange C.rer i .. new costIng ) 8186 450A tood buy. Central Florida *

.. -A * Ave. 65 foot tot with 6 room house. PROPERT WANTD1 you really $4 9OOClean, salable stock lana, 17.- INC.-Hlgh trad i "ot_ 100 W. Jefferson St. Photo lun
ko * BLOSSOM N.-BH with I.
.i 'ONGE Tn converted commercial pur .U tories at about $ Centrally 2-2424. ,
Chit cb.rInl. C Imith with Over WO .. .U. 1 with convenient ,I W both lose. T. K. Hastinis R.1, cod 3.0 INTEREST, RATES AS LOW AS 4% can by week o season to perf
.. ft. Prtc HarleyDavidson -
19.50 I .ate b.I.. tl".b' Call 36 W.Livineston MOTORCYCLE 40
And.wwn. wtntor fronts ".0 Lane with Lennaa with tor. 62 ig E. Central Arcade): $] and oa improved properties la Orlandoand ppl. 1t.
Pots. Herman Iac Broker. 677 UI t j e. .0 .I mor. Winder Pmrk. No broker*. ._ ; plenty of chrome. $440. Call w
0.'t O. Mytr 1 WE HAVE BUYERS wantinc trove* I. estab ..1Csnnoii
68 He. r.l J'II
j-m---ij-i.-g: : ;. N. 85._-_ Jo R.ator. business proper
"ln for vwioU. lam .!I ABOUT ACRES la the naIl locaUov BUSINESS BLOCK-By owner. 2- i immediate sate list with P. A. AV 'I II. lh.d Jo* G. Myers. Realtor.L"no.Dil Washington St. Phone 8513. yourself; tow rate; by mil or day. Mills 4-door I t

A'i.TtpS BMty Ta Br.. oa B beautiful lake huh and brick construction. stOrerooms R..llr. 37 W. W..blaaol '| 6638. I D. Varner U-DyrI. Inc. 234 W. OLDSMOBILE- 1940 11' .
OrlMto "' story. Central_ ,.. ia. Mil.. New paint new tire* etr.l *
504 !
I N. About a t mile from town.
A. 1' d. lower floor 5 new. W Best buy North
J ffersoa -
'I .p.nen. AND QUICK Motors. 100 W.
all BUY OR BUILD Florida
fsri 845OO 2ad soak property. your own 10m. hypay I HERTZ DRIV-CR-6ELP SYSTEM -
r b4tdiir.s.lotrti in. Carter Realtor aL. :="n more.decorated. .nr. C.. must unfurnished 0 w? Prk near G Land.RY-MJATone. Inventory. ', rent? Use toe .. Trucks and pasceneer _r'" rent 8t Phone 2-2424 O.&

1 1Mt.... 1''I A. T. Carter. 516. Make 0.11 ofler. Any.reasonable often I'Ua 818.000 or under. Call"5613.. RI Take an"al.8.fn.- Buyers ,: tion Finance Plan. See First -FederalSavlnts by boar day or week. L r.t 374, PONTIAC-1940, 4-door sedan. Cube "

I... I 2500 ACRES solid block. Jut off considered. For further information Claybaaih. Re.U.r.W Opportunity Hsstints. Real.br. '> and L.a A.U 5 i N. Orante.- phone- I seen at 14OQ E fore '

.::o I isa I. bides $3 SO per acre. Leased for phone 6429 217 W. .l 82' E C.ntr.1 'Arrd.: 1237. I East Pn. at C.ar Stre& Orl.ado JIM CUMBIE lM> 47 Kkc
0
..Ie,. .I I Prl 2 p Sat.d.n R-r. I
-i Per:.. oil. etrtplln M. J. Moss. Ave. room Win bI 12 111 .o cars and day.
A'I tf &0 0.I I 132 .. Mal: 6977.I 'I lo In'lle i I .ek month. Competitive rat*. 9O4 PLYMOUTH w
t. A Ak H. CMME BULDGWe .t S9. Possesslonj I CLIENT WILL $1500 1st.morttete N. 2-4521.
; eimo
uaoft Road d.1
. I( 1$ ACRES > c" Ford 5s13 felI Broker; 1' HIGHWAY I-t2 @E o.n.e
Ic Interest. .
54 nnTdf $25 per ken. it. Mo. Broker. Two story brick buildinc. JOa. ; Orange; $A2,. I I I I s1DRE-r INC,-New cars i: 1141 Special Deluxe 4-door tedaa.on
I mire 145 North
ui i room Not 132 S. Main: phone a"._ I .tor* room on tround Oor. Two Between Or win Manor and MaiUandnderpasa. 8tephenv K.1 St. C.ri.l..R for *r mODU I owner 194O Plymouth 2doorsedsn. I.LA5

._,-Sr.' Btetrtr Tn ** .I 40 ACRES hiah. dry elites land*. I apartment above and cot t as* la toe FOR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION and I Positively tip-top! 2OO Br'.r. Pon. 2172.I No red tape. 2 locations new tire; 1939 Plymouth 4-. .
.KI, >:.of HHeotW .. .5 cleared off Winter I, rtar. Freeent Ino. $183 per month results list your .a on hiahway. ISO fa deeo. 2.1 I I I Orange. Ph. 2-4814. and 142 M. door .dB. One ... new Ur iCa
W M.al.y. JOt Plr \ REAL LOANS Low cost Ph. 2-434T. Motor 100 W. JWfenoa -
2O foot drive furnished 13 Garland. Central Florida
enttatet
r.o u Garden Road about miles Or. which ceo b* I Marti Williams. 21 EAT
_ _ f Undo. $800 rash fo .nick L*al.*. I 1.1 and ample parking fe.I Pione 8108.I ... reatt. $11.000. tems Asher Per. To or refinance borne St. Pbana 22424.

Johjistoa Henrj. S W. C.rc I Ideal I.U. lo retail .h W.lmtlol W'I Realtor cor. and I and businex of property.First T. TraatDepartment Beak I I 73. Auto Service I I
." b.pa4C gt. 545. sale Property la r. J.U
.,. .w-tram bus ISIM. : I conditionaad la today'a beat buy.I NOW'S THE TIMX-r-Wanted .786I at 01....second fr. YMOt1TH-IH8 club ... Radw. .
AUTO BRAKES REUSED $12 93
new land for natoI ; -
s **,xv kvnaoio, penis l.. iC $1.5OO. Sew Mr. Home.duple. 0 1 beater chrome wheels sag Iwwmllease. duo
I bo cleared for next tr. ar."e. j M13. Ford. Chevrolet Plymouth. Easy
t MIH >*4I ,omoliui. BJtort ITCOBUtfcMM.BjtMWT. ... crop. Will rent 'o season Little wta Realty 1 Old ring .23. .UIC"1 I, HOT- L.t downtown east I WANT tJJOO tilt fn .. Braces checked free! Great $1.5 or win.trade Phones Win I I .
Washington Phone 6" interl. demonstrate upon req **t.
concretebnlldlnt.
I plow. Orane. Stat CnQv Cfi. 2 s to :to" I mor. Wlt 5 Southern Stores 692 N. Grant Ave.
HOMES Grove and business
IINJ newly decorated 'ee by resident. Rat -e- 1064-J -937-M. Bantord. Fla._ I *
Z.U.o. I .n, wanted. you want to I 3 Tm. I at price of ALIGNMENT -. Inspection.
EsceDent i
1 .u 3 ground sedaa. -
purba 17.0. Rel 4-door
; 3. 2 mile of city Urnlcs. call an*. I kg,. bue.waitint. D.I for will pay .i Prompt repairs by expert mecbatlea. PONTIAC-1946 I,| scda
; "" AC I block from Ib stores lobby. A real money Pontiac 1941
T. ft o. .onl.I condltloa.
LAKE I.ke. l.r.
CHEROKEE .d Int
.
'ii1 )1
H Lane U. Realtor. 672 I A one-stop service at Good-
Sam Broker, I
.. tiled Wt.a..Pr 11.0 c..h . Thin ia a r piece.o i.r a. 2-Ks.r j ji 0.I season_. Just emln. 01 PI. o I . Hutb. t j I o.n. year't Service. 300 N. Orange Ave. Club Coupe. $995. J. 8. c. 110&1 it
1 U ever <** 1' .Ofen e.cu,1 2-33. 5JO I. Oraat 4644. _
.
77 N. .
Orame K.iJO'BsIIDd.bfti.1Ie.III.
: f55.5J.1. i HOME WANTED-Northern buyer . AUTO -
.. f .. I 2-atory bom arraaced so WANT TO BORROW $63OO oa im- 1947 sedan coupe. Will
b.esese 2 apartment -I investor Inquiring dally for 'I I provedproperty at s" .'OboeS 1-dar service. Wheel PONTIAC- w
.. .. you can hat either I I outrlab 1415Harwood.
sell
\' ._ tOot Ranhe and Timberland 1 with bath oa ePI fr or 4I I b"i borne and farms. StrgutI ORANGE BLOSSOM ions term P. O. Box 1963.64. .'. o balanced wall yon ..It. C. A. take trade. or lux

.- P.aitiulul I oc rooeaa rent or a -roasti I 31$', W. CII.I.I I I .. Tn Ln. Praute
S kt T* M .ItBMw.Blfk.I. 1 ACES OR B&*f i I lWmWined I doin* absolutely any FREE APPRAISALA-On your bom*. i< and .trailer park. Help Wanted-Female I BRAKES fUPAlRED-W. supply all PLYMOUTH 1940 Z-dOOT Florida'.
. I = trU. Central
.> usCn. **H, 1.1 .c. toOrlaado. r Yea do net have to drive We will civ yon an estimate Tree t" tome Improve your auto needs. else tire*, tas Priced to dial
Se pasture 1 I = thrush any walls or of chart on the current market U a. and oil. Dixie Sales dc. Service. W Motor Jefferson and GarlBkd w .
ho***, Mr .-C.- swing :l b Separate ..I. value of yoar .bU.a ment n. .odefl op I COOK Experienced. For .nnt I! Booth at Boon StI 2-2424. N
pU' prpn. I. f. ". Ime. .c Must have \
All
t $5 'y- All A lul. US IK* \ Mathews I Fer- .mt. 'Ke".
a OD UOh Ph Wm come. Can 2-2. r. Box 273 I BODY AND FENDER repainne and
I y. for Sale
AIM I I 76. TnU rs.Trucu
I .rr IO.c place I rooms completely .t. screened with D.I' !o.r. B.oke.I reels to shew. J. A. Chw. la, 8St.r. palatine. Estimates tJsd'.y clvea. ;
1
-" b.4T tr._. I burin close I front porch. 1 block I OIRL. experienced in selling cosmetics I t
.c : . i CONTACT C. B. Davis. Realtor. 'o 108 Court. Satisfaction tuartnteed. Vtruer. I *
0 ., new .Y Wheeler with Harold .I: from atom bus and school la very j bowie and business. For E.. 1 drucs. Apply ta person at M34 W. Central Av*. .Di3 AMERICAN TBAJ1.. 25-11. .

w.. .d tIlt I.. C*. M K. W_ ..e. $ I teed condltiaa Imatd ..1 out An.proxiatata _:*rwlfc. ask for P. P. Whe l- cash AI' 'a Drue Biore, 2201 EdtewaterGRADUATE I LUBRICATION. _ $1 eomoiete., In- S0111'. toed .-. reasonab.o. ear
$ In. . 1 Int i S.28M. Income $110 month at er. Jefferson RTAVRa Ocive. see .._. s. an.Tr..1 ni.msrn I
this eludes check battery tires rsaitor. -
.-_ nnltlotk . "TM apartment or -00 month .rooms. I .19._ I .I!IDi I D..1 op NURSES With anrm- highway from Show I PO
beis_ as 51. Lots for Sale Onset lea vine to*a. This property ATTENTION wo M. Pwr .1" HermanGoodwin I .o'e. clean windows and sweep earl D1ah&c1a f
Seal
; tood 2aoI _ _ _ _ _
want sell your boas. Call a* to 'I 477 K. Oraaa t BxI lUreat Southern stares. t9i '. or- -
_, must k next 3 days.Wilt & *'
.,. & I wll t. tune this com ae* Broker 304N. A 9 'e BEVERLY my I ,
lots I Ho.a C.I ,
ii Bumby 1IWa_. Inc.
IHORJLr. e ". 25.U I 1940. t
lard to Ild. bl' real buy. Who w b* first? D. RESTAURANT and Riling a.11 dome . \i I AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Expert- "n.CHEVROLETIft9.
.f Phone
bess. A oM,. ..U P. a few eb.one offer you be left and b* Coa'.r a.r OS solicited- All kind of real $7500 net. Price. 16. 8.nllfamuly.Pbone4O97_ _ need mechanics prompt service ft I
.,. ,.. Walter W. Rosa InVestment aId Volbck \ Dn K. 2O6 and business opportunities -I rash will bandl . 7"n i I HOUSEKEEPER Settled .Ai good stock parts aceexaortr andtates. IV, ton oak sod

Co. IS N. Oran** .o .Mala. 781 Wilbur Strickland. Broker. 23 Roper Really. Chunk and Ma I.i woman- Y la. Small Ph j'I D Vamer.' Inc. 234 W. Cen- I i dump bodr. L R. Hyatu Saaahiae
ww hisser attic* 335 N. O.. W. Church St. Ph. 6675. ,I 34 I 4649. 1 tram 2-315X > Gardens aft Pairbaaks. t

















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PAUL GALLICO FORESEES. . I Ii


Command Performance




By Soviet Athletes!


If PAUL GALUCO YOWELL DREW IVEY CO. STORE WIDE JULYMORE

LONDON-You will be indulgent I know if this department -

permits itself a slight shudder over a set of news t J

headlines in a British paper, datelined out of Moscow. They j I
read Russian Athletes To Beat World." The opening j I II .

I paragraph ran as follows: "Soviet. ahtletes were today of-_':
ftrtaily railed on to break world

I taesd4 and Increase the athletic (Orlando JBontiits fTrntinrl j
of the Union . ."
rtlW'a"D Soviet PAGE 18 TUES... JULY 29. 1947
Utfct This is where ,e came In. I

: PW Soviet substitute German the victories were scored in such :
: IMsii and turn '
esoteric
sports as checkers cross-
: tfceetotkbacklSyears
I You can stitching. rope-climbing and flower i
I set the same watching. In track and field :,
i fcfcton Peeling In events which are all that really j
rwsr stomarh as count In the Olympics the krauts j,
.IB the patrart
were just ordinary lousy, exceptfor ;
dens %t 1.0'0 the
.... athletes I i winning a couple of weight- I DRASTIC REDUCTIONS- NO MAIL PHONE, OR C.O.D. ORDERS PLEASE

wsae ( an trended l chucking events. I
I* win i:if Olympic Most of the track titles were
$ awinr<;. taken by those decadent demo- I
:;, -MMlh, .theseMIS.. kraten and sub-humans from I Better Dresses Sporting Goods
areunpleasant
Amerika. as you will remember,
racy GallicoY led Mr. Jesse Owens. i
by *

unt pus...le.po.I.1bIe know because it' of the air- 1 I I So here we go again only this I /2! Off Women's and Misses [4] $4.50 Golf Bags -- $$2.9
ptMM atomic potter guided mis- time it is to. be Ivan instead of i
Hans who is to be State stuffed I
slits aosl world trade but it would 4 $11.95 Luxview _.. S5."
[ ] Projectors
bt woMtorful II ..e could be quito : coached and trained to get his Rayon and CottonDRESSES
thus for a lone, long time. and', chest against the tapeas an Inducement I
:' for the rest of the $14.88 [8] $2.00 Pull toys for children S 1.11 I
lust BOW and then see them in [8] $29.75 dresses .__
world to vote the straight Com-
the Mwsruls
doing folk dances. I

.taut.....with.. considerable intervals : munist Oh. crimminy ticket. but these are [6] $39.75 dresses $19.88 [21] $2.89 Pigtail Dolls SIN
l tiresome folk! I wish to Heaven we .
+ .
a, the war Is over and done '
would keep out of this next set ofOlympics $23.50 Toyi-Ivey's Fourth Floor t t
*
Mk anly three years and the 'I and leave the mob of [3] $45.00 dresses I/
State athlete is back with us '
...... commanded to win and European politico professional
72This
i brook records. not for the fun of athletes to play amongst them- [41] $49.75 dresses ._ $24.88 Reduced
selves because they simply don'tknow t
the SMHC and a little healthful ex-
what is all about. The Odds and Ends! Toys
rrilaa. but for the greater glory of : sport group includes assorted prints and dresses <..
4 a Russian is going to be very unpleasant crepe
OiixraHaslmii'' Stalin and the mob I and Sporting Goods
[ tram Moscow. The boys are supposed field.I company on the athletic of navy and biack. Broken sizes. [ 23] $ 7.95 Dresses ._..$3.97'
I
to win or else. j Mixed group includes
notes to
know these are going
That frame of mind was one of I Better Dresses! -Iver'i Air Conditioned Fashion Floor archery gloves and arm- 50c
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will be freed from their jobs .
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a bale closer down the columns of pay-staked spoon-fed and trainedfor I [ 42] $1455 Dresses _$7.47 Formerly $14.50
six months to turn them into '
Uw local rags you discovered that : 2 double. 16 single bed sizes with
Olympic winners.

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means of creating an eating buck. [ 6 $17.95 dresses $8.98 white.
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19.95 Withdraw From GamesInsist I Cotton dresses of assorted pastel shades in plaids, in many styles and colors in broken sizes. formerly $1030.
CUXTONE SPRAY WAXING on Rules Chance to Con- stripes, prints and
plain colors. Broken sizes. All drastically reduced. r Match above spreads, have 5-lneh
1*.M ANY CAR form With Soviet Ideology.
ruffles. Size 36 in. 3 95
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PIPESPRINKLERSPUMPSENGINES Group of Women's bags are greatly reduced to clear. I
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formerly $10.951!
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48'
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i Landscapes and Portraits. $10.00 J
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>Y $12.50 [11] $3.2$-36 inch _ $1,75
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3 for house beach wear at a special
[ ] $2975 jackets $14.88 robes or
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Assorted pastel shades in unwed of rayon shark- in open basket weave. [11] $4.25-52 inch 2.25
skin rayon gabardine and "Thistledwn"
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