Group Title: Orlando Morning Sentinal
Title: Orlando Morning Sentinel
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Title: Orlando Morning Sentinel
Uniform Title: Orlando Morning Sentinel
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Publication Date: August 24, 1947
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079944
Volume ID: VID00286
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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$*$ tN4 f****'* test Risnt charged three Soviet satelI i chairman of the Board of CMrM .....1... ....:]
ii tria *Ad* Yugoslavia-with aggression1IlE. Virginia Native
I .. A .1W'e oM** ***" Russia blocking UN Security KW advancement of democracy ttt ......' .* elf .u..

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H tfettfc that ag>;reselon. .
tlrM tff, guerillas' encouraged by the three Takes I I II Post Oct. 9 1 1I I ,c.... ----

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-t... 9tU" ...... 'Hospitality' Challenges' SeenJACKSONVILLE CLINTON la. rAP annoy. r'
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HARJUSO -UURO. Va. tUPl was the reason given In Manic 1
,. ...... user III ..1aeM Virginia was warned yesterday [AP] Dr. ipal Court yesterday by EL... .
;;. ,.,.. A.Adams for his behavior
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tfeat H better brush-up on |:J. Hillis Miller, 47, native I. "
! fa .- Ntfhrrn hospitality or expect 1+ QEbARD ESS OF WrY9r M Ep / police say included r Rimming ...

S ita* ****** **** bare the fcnwh-off from touriatLVlrIuua I Virginian, now Associate Tr Ey GtvE ?' ., lrS sricc his family fist completely taking through. hammer&M J._:
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Automobile Assn. ; Higher to really finish the Job and

-V ...., ... put H counties on Its black list, Education for New York late throwing eggs at rand cat ,'",r '- '

: i I 1M CMC said adding: ,yesterday'was named University around the one-room trailer ta -- .
'" ""Th regular tourist trade is which the Adams family
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,....,.... fiMiftf- maybe not a, warmer of Florida president by the iji's sides.His ........ ,.
d ...... aav rtinat.-but warmer welcome State Board of Control. antics: cost hiss a lit I>

i ...n it: ......... ,.,. lit eiaewtnrt' I The selection was immediately rq fine. sae air.a.. --- ,,.. I
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approved by the State Board of I '
tgtrlelnt ett ste t 1'liIf'T.... _, ar
Lake Estelle : Education whose members attend. Phone
... kJ ..... 11 .. ed the Control Board session. (t Change I. __ .'.. ... ...... .

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e "s& t44 Dr. Miller will succeed.Dr. John >4

r tie t U Called Unfit T. Tigert.. University of Florida y r / : For Longwood ; ......

< ..iertaR M. i president for 17 years, whose retirement / ay ,* I M .. ewaK

: .. .. .. dirt law For is effective Sept. 1. 0 I Stalled by State sew tleeaw- to

....... "*"'" SwimmingLake I Dr. Miller is expected to takeover ..... r -r#

_ql ft.. ea >..... Estelle has been derived his duties Oct. 1. The board [Spec iQl! to The Sjndoy Sen.*&!.$..' ...... sI .. :
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unfit for ] has not decided who will be acting TALLAHASSEE The I
i .. 5w ....... INt swimming head at Gainesville between Sept. 1---+
State Railroad and Public
because of contamination it :I
t i"4 ''' ''' 1-Oct 1.Miller's.. ; iafcMMMM"Over esAraar M a

l. 1"H " see7, of a was learned yesterday.In I. appointment ends .an. Utilities Commission yesterday ; Meta MLtrrctafts M .. -

;; .. .. bas be er0ttl the absence of Dr. intensive search for a president ordere da public hearingto lsl4enders 00 air .

Jt: ..... ...... Owt W. Edwards city phyrina. i by the board of control for several ; be held Sept. 10 in Long. w'/wI d ..... a sai4at -t1the

.... eatw Met 1e. nI0e and other municipal of- months when more than 250 leadIng wood Hotel meanwhile stopping ./Ale .... .-.

A....... .. kesw teess. fwiala Dr, Leland H. *Dame educators from many State? work of changing routing of Long roe ,reelarni'ing .. M---'

ipfei If At *l* ijH* .11( .... ware considered said board Chm. 911r wood's telephone service from Or- Me ..... M W e0aaeas _

!* 4'MNM. ........ See Picture-Page 23) }Thonias Gurney,Orlando. / KGroN. 7a1s lando to Sanford. .. I eAMMf ... rof .....

.. rotutty health officer, confirmed -t! Dr. J. Bills >inier, on hearing > Action came after Lew Arnold feast WW .... ns Mi ie

tMt 1IJ- sue. reports that the State| of his approval, said laSt'DI 'h&I. | member of the town council, presented I aWe t. M tw I aM ..

....... has declared the lake polluted.A IB Jacksonville that he wouldbe cis a petition of protest. tend w &I \ 11 ..... ...
I I. Net. This was signed Tuesday night. sett eekeses r mM
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Ilk. f1.rUa SaalUrlam and motivated in his new position 2
j f/I/ ...... .... H**.4Ul II was said that a sewere.u. by "what is best for the young I at protest meeting in nom::I p.fineaea I Mir. ..,..
I < which brought charges from sub, Iaver tie ewer eni r
lot ..rata Ik* InsUlaU.a.a..r men and women who are seeking I !
Ers.Wt 44 eeuh14e.4 higher education' In Florida. '''Forecasters scribers that they bad been dup eovwltlg bey
bat aUffkaUdI eeatamJ.Ie i
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.. lank f' Miller'said *Il is ; Churchill Draws Spot T Texas Periled ed into signing' request that Uv, : P&J1DIM at saaa -
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: : : Southern Bell Telephony a red i ;: t* MMa t M..
that the State
C L. recreation dl- Judgment f Chance for Break
VftrtMT cHr
lit IAs HV1 ,I I i Telegraph Co. route cans .&ihroutt:i I j peeps. M Mw .... __ 3
.W that of ;of JI'lorlda'offers one of the greatest -
m f. rrtday closing 'I they wets .. .... ..
E-- tl.n\t Late CsUut bathing beach yester- challenges In the field of higher : Altlee Crisis Firei : In Midwest Heat I By Sneak Storm I Sanford.Inclusion of the Winter Park ,,,1M..Ii.w M wlMr r psPMat..

!.., wwiid coincide with official : education in the'United States. I; Telephone Co. with Southern Bell I ffi.. MM wllrIi_ lwt
:E-.j I tBy The Associoted Press]
.- :: ;a i.larini. of city playgrounds The I have.accepted the'presldeIlC1 of i I I and interested resident of the t W/ea tetra .... -.
> J!.i....... at Lake Lone Doone wiDN the University of Florida with LONDON [UP.] Acting A germ of hope that the Mid- GALVESTON [AP] Two in invitations 1 aM a41 eereweAr r stet eta
town interpreted
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.,.. t 'rp& teen at kast through Sep- that challenge clearly in mind. Prime Min. Morrison last west's current six-day heat siege hundred miles of the rich I i iot.see +aetr rate.Ot1.
. # lrrt t.ISMr?,sad possibly all Winter hebilled. Gov. Caldwell advised the night rejected WinstonChurchill's 'might be broken by Monday or I to indicate routing of eaJU i ....... .
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Ii t4.rtii ; Tuesday was held out yesterdayby i coastal country were through Winter Park may be con
board by wire that the selection plea for Britain tAt .-Mw olta=:AithM
sidered.
I Federal forecasters.The battened down last night
I has his full endorsement.The to return to "free enterprise"and afar wrwW
work
The order to discontinue
E.1! accused Churchill of weather men emphasizedthat 'against a tropical storm that !
Chief Executive unableto damaging
was .
.1i Western Bloc it only. pending the hearing was sent ta *ltl ewBl ...
was a "possibility. '
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nation's in the midstof .
"" attend the cause sneaked close to the shoreline be- office of Southem
the State Board of Education but cool weather over the Rock I the Jacksonville - .a-IM fII O...
its worst economic crisis.
it wIteebsrre fore being discovered by weather Bell.Dillard. I.......
'filii. Plea DroppedIUP1 meeting here as was State This Government is not going ies might dip Sooth to Montanaand observers. ewweetlrN t ..
i MayN Treasi: J. Edwin Larson who also ,back to competitive selection as North Dakota bringing relief The weather bureau describedthe wMtelstla. is elrtattMM .:M.
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E I the Conservatives would practice from 95 to 100-drgree temperature Home Destroyttl
IUP1 Argentina signified approval. Board of Edu- : disturbance as a small tropi-
MUtd defeat yesterday in her, cation members present were Sec. Wisconsin by Monday South to Dakota Minnesota cal storm whirling 100 miles off By Fire in Winter Garden =eM

...... to draw the U. 8. Into an of State' R. A. Gray State dupt.I Loan Change PredictedWASHINGTON Nebraska Iowa and Illinois. ; the Texas coast over the'Gulf "Soe'ibl to The Sundo 5 + M ,E.i
amd alliance against Russia and I [AP] The of Mexico which might reach hur-
of Public Instruction Coln :, WINTER GARDEN-Plrepletcly eena-
trar! IMI Mbt" the countries were reaming I : Eng i British may request the U. S. Meanwhile. however. reports of ricane proportions before strikingnear the home of in Mtr
lash and Atty. Gen. J. Tom Wat- actual and threatened com crop destroyed
agreement on atude I I to approve further changes in here before dawn. Dillard W
tie e1trtlt defense pact. ton. I the $3 billion 750 million loan failures became more general. The The bureau said that recon- and Mrs. .Virgil en
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The ftrt department
I Smith St. yesterday.
Mtilst Artesttaa withdrew her proposal The.. education board's ap- agreement within two months South was reported seasonably naisance flights of Navy and wltfl Mel
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unable to
!. sorrel negotiations with I The education board's approval U. S. officials said yesterday. warm and only the Pacific Coast i Army plane reported the storm was cope
I J ,, the blaze as the house was a .aa* IAr .r 4th* 111N -
I*. .. delegates, accepting the was unanimous. was normally cooL mortar northwest at about 19 '. :
........... that .. distinction can. Pres.-elect Miller win bring: ti it." Morrison said "We're going Reports of heat deaths in the miles an hour attended by 50- of flames Mr.when and the Mrs.alarm DiKajiwere war
sounded.
!his new position "through educa- [Midwest mounted. Authorities attributed TIte
mile-an-hour
Made fcrtweea aggression forward to a transformed and winds near cen easel.
Beach
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tional and rich educational I 48 deaths to weather of in Daytona
training a -
traw ..t.we the Americas and strengthened Britain in which ter. ; DUHTa _
.. a ryeet .... wttfcla.To I experience" Gurney said. ;.everyone can work to a purpose." the past six days in Chicago. Residents here were securing I then by illness of Mr
5 U S. opposed' it u an al- :I Born in Virginia. Miller received ,I Ii The Cabinet was called yesterday -I storm shutters on their windows. father. ..
JUac primarily against Russia i his preparatory school work at to meet tomorrow its sec- Pilot, Friend PerishIn Galveston is on the east end of ;i I
ae4 In* rest of the world. TheBreposa I Randolph-Macon Academy. He : ond crisis meeting in less than Galveston Island, and residents on i iI Corn Futures PricesI .,.
-;: also would have barred I I attended the University of Richmond !,; two weeks perhaps to decide upon Flaming WreckageHOULTON I the other end were cautioned to i i I to New Records
r G j for undergraduate work and i leave as a precaution against: high Leap c
MMpbrrle action against an I the cuts in foods and other supplies Me. Al A pilot
1Ntrstb1B? Aleeerissa Country that attacked received a master of arts degree the British people must endure and his companion. 17, died yesterday winds.In '' CHICAGO (UPI Cora p...... tai
bMttbet American country. I I from the University of Vihginia in in the current economic in the flaming wreckageof St. Louis Robert E. Edson popped to yet newer records yesterday
1925. Miller attended Columbia j ji storm. a former Army plane before Red Cross disaster director for the I .as the seorc.hinl1Wl detect
It/iwingers Gather i University where he received his 1- Morrison warned the nation Jt 1.000 horrified persons awaiting midwest announced he was send- : up more crops in the nattaof*
: PHD. degree In 1933. was not working hard enough start of the Northern Maine Air ing disaster workers by plane to. parched corn bin. Trading on *.
II11 F. New Protest MarchHLAOM : He served as dean of students and fast enough to avert economic Show here. The dead: George Bay City. Angleton. Port Arthur Chicago Board of Trade usuaJkj) b f
:
and assistant professor of ..
psy- and Galveston. comparatively sluggish en Saw
collapse. "We have still Bulley. 24. Bridgewater. and Lewis
B. c. 'IUPJ The "Sons' at Bucknell University
chology
I day. but September corn futam
and have 17
tie not done einough < we Finemore Bridgewater.
M rrtMoa. left wing unit from 1930-35 and was elected presIdent shot to a new tU-timt hUk M
done it too slowly he declared in I Russia Promises Release -
tit the Haitian t Doukhobors I of Keuka College in 1935-j $2.47 a bushel !
elr **U>m4 last night to prepare a !I'from which post he.was appointed a broadcast. Rep. Charles L GiffordOf I I 1 For Three US.GIs Today:
yew rude mmn CIa this Kootenay Val- associate commissioner by the' !
tf CXr" protesting arrest of 10 Board of Regents of New York Two Would-Be Bandits Massachusetts Dies /SEOUL TAP] The Russians yesterday Blast Kills 19 MenIn r ,tr

ttMhHMti. en I intimidation charges. State in 1941. COTUIT. Mass. lAP] U. S. Rep. informed United States: English Coal Mine a*
,.... *n. ready ta break up,.theI : He holds the honorary degrees Shot To Death in Home Charles 1... Gifford. 76, [R.MassJ.ded military authorities that three 1tl aw
1 1W de.w.uesttaUoa.Striet .f L1TJ and LLD. and Is a NASHVILLE [DP] A Nashville here yesterday. Gifford a American enlisted men who were I ANN7IELD PLAIN. Duiha&
I member of Phi Beta Kappa. j man James C.Estes.shot and kill-' member of Congress since 1921,' taken into custody Aug. 12 would|' England UP] An explosion! ,, eltb.
i Roil Wreck Miller also is a mason and has ed two masked,bandits apparently previously had served in the Massachusetts -j be released today at the'38th par- :! flashed through the Uornaoo gtesrsr aaMM
t tbtu. s 1 belonged Rotary Lions,.Torth, .; attempting to waylay him in his Legislature. His widow.|I i allel. which divides the American j I II North Coal Mine yesterday. UM-! sMlala ate
I It Her row!y Averted i University and Xormanside i| darkened home early yesterday by a daughter, two brothers and two N|I, and Soviet 'zones of Korea. The ing 19 men and injuring fire others s..w.. ewgea w rb.NM
i three are T-5 Tommy P. Pugsley i] working 432 feet undergroundIt erne w
Country Club aiming at the fire from their guns, grandchildren survive.
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__. Art. I UP) A serious' t D.i
second majer
Renton. Wash.: Pfcs. John was England's
Since 1931 Dr. Miller has published police said. The dead men were
r3red atttdtnt was narrowly Hopfe. Seattle and Gerald K. Gef- mine disaster in a week. The first.
more than 50 articles in identified as Blanton Kephart 34. Airman
when Planning Try
armed ear here yesterday t leading periodicals and as author Nashville ex-convict, and Crosby fen. Port Chester, N. Y. at Whitehaven. killed 104 mtneraPlane
a train roared past a:i I
1.nssikr another or co-author of several major I Sparks. At Speed Mark Killed I ass
4Ual attends before .
.. ae.a+hM lU the rear of a. side t volumes. LANTANA TAPJ Charles S. 24 Killed, 50 Injured \ Explodes, Hits s sw s .. t s.

Vec4.4 travel train killing one'. Mine Kills Seven Children Stabler, 42. Miami Beach pilot In Train Blast Fire Mountain Four Die .M e. L.. Me
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....... J. C. O&n'fbrattman.. Finns To Seek Red Pact BERLIN rAP An Explodingmine who had planned to attempt a -
... faattM del rti across the, STOCKHOLM I TAP A high Fin- '! yesterday reportedly killed new Miami-New York speed reel -|I I BERLIN IUP1 Twenty-four persons GALAX. aV. rAP A single engine I Nar
4 _**** "aMn.ond Lord,,, nish source said last night that ] seven children playing on Lake l lord was killed yesterday when his were killed and more than 50 '' plane groping through tht I
***wtft as.* aid.. a rail official. Finland would open negotiations j Ploetzer beach. 100 miles southwest -'converted:i P-38 pursuit plane seriously injured yesterday whenan mists shrouding the rugged peaksof .
early in October for a new Russian of here. Eleven others were I crashed in flames a mile from the explosion followed by fire Southwest Virginia's Blue Ridge I.w
tllee rate 4 ttftfttf &c.fwt; Bomb l trade agreement. I injured. '('Lantana Airport :i rocked an overcrowded passenger :Mountains exploded and smash r i s.. ..
I w coach of a German railway company > ed into a hillside 20 miles east s. .
4It i A1UIffA! IAPI Tr' Atlanta OVERNIGHT AND train company officials an- of here yesterday killing its four I

e t,.drwesry.*,+***, political narrowly reporter racan.-i' DAYTIME DELIVERY WITH THE BEST WISHES OF ORLANDO nounced. ':Taylor.occupants.Greendwood.The dead Mica: Maj.: Capt.W. Ned. I Hsi I

era desalt tiM ate"bt when his When you order merchandise M. Lavancher.: Columbus Oa.: I e.es..
Mss HI benleLr from Orlando Bubby Bell Reaches Mayo'sBuddy 1947 August 1947 Lt. George Kish. Fort Bennteg. $ iw
stores specify quick safe Ga.; Gary Wood King. Columbus
delivery by Sentinel-Star American Legion, before they began SCoo.. Tis 10W "... T" s.t Ga. I
I Bell was received yesterday II
iii. !!r$4rvici Express the Jack Rabbit the trip last Tuesday.At I
i by the Mayo Clinic! 24252627282930
,,( Lint that leaves daily on noon of that day the Buddy U
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schedule for 41 Central The six-year-old Orlando boy Bell Fund started spontaneouslyafter HOUSING PROBE .Men 1
i I II Florida lawns. . Merchants tomorrow will receive examina- Sentinel-Star reports of the 31 1 1
HITS ORLANDO
telephone! 6291 for circulated,
condition were
boy's
I I Agent to call for mer- tions, preliminary to treatment fora totalled $1.097.76. 1947j5eptemberl947J. I
Orlando folks probing dalr
1M chandise. plastic anemia rare blood disease are
Senttutf f
I which has necessitated 61transfusions. I ,,>< M: 7U "UW 7J.U rn Jo/ for a place to live.
I I Star Want-Ads offer the KM* i
-3S WHrrEi the Associated Press i $50,000 [O2: ] 34 5 6 medium to find or rent a Imne. : i.a
J reported from Rochester. Minn. apartment. or room.

With his father. Louis Bell Jr.. CASH PRIZES 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 1I 1314B16 I Dial 4161

I I CUE-XP-- Buddy reached the clinic in the j
.w. 17 18 19 20 I Ask for Want-Ada

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"ts J gtf} frcnftag ftrnttari-frtarOrlondo, Florida August 24, 1947 -- .
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RANKS'

.... MIle -. I M A2 iSa I It : Maguire FavorsConsolidation Convicts Guard Arkansas Prison Bu!


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,.;, -, .... I f PINE BLUFF.IT SAM G.Ark.HAUlS rAP Armed I I trusties They who are make two of Arkansas'the wwrtrt pe11.onsystem $.. .s e>M..4lrI

t convicts. 132 of them roamed the
u. a unique departure frwa
Arkansas River bottom lands east the cinema
y versions
of
I and south of here yesterday. I rrnoiogf u M a.ewwMM

1 tIDA [Continued from Fare 1] There is nothing unusual this. ,I on There the ,two Isn"linll prison farms paid watt meld* '. at1.ltsll0 .

mission and a secretaryengineer. I These men and others like them together house more than 1 Mt e.
1 I r
3iJ :. equipped with .45 pistols and high convicts, many of then d ws _
lTb Sunday Sentinel-Star will print letters, for and "Efficient operation of the f powered for.years.rifles have been doing it I characters and repeaters was e. .ale eur

Jk I'" atalast tho proposed county consolidation bills, scheduled: for a county government is the biggest I Visitors to of j I There are only 21 paid entg iwas u 'apt s+s snit
.. v.4. oa Sept.. The letters should stick to the facts of the controversy. I business in Orange County. As vast one Arkansas' two in the system ineladtR etwrtat M tart.ra i
I I the matter now stands, I think plantation-like prison farms ;I Supt. Tom CoRbUl Ms ....... 1
They should tell why consolidation will be good for therovnty a
......... ... the County Commissioners run I, are halted at the gate by a husky, I Ii two doctors a dentist, tfce tu.sIw
It win be detrimentaL Those dealing in"personali- 'a.-
..... ... .. or why ; I for office on account of the sal- sunburned, neatly dressed guard tioner and the prison cfca*s"Captain" .. m. e a
&I.. win not be printed. Keep the letters short Ed]. i
> fJt" ", i CocbUI never ern.a t5.earntlla
......- !! -. Against For I ary."Looking back through the. gun His assistant Lee llaM.i r.v .
years. I think most will agree that at Tucker farm here stile ....
t1at Editor.The Sunday Sentinel-Star: Editor. The Sunday Sentinel-Star: we had the ablest type of County inals are kept wears one ash .r. I
-- I have been reading the For and After reading with interest the | Commissioners when holding of casionally 3n 3y
Aftiiut letters On Consolidation pros and cons of the Consolidation:.I| the job was a signal civic honor. i There hasn't been a BMM legal ,
** .. iKHAtt IYRD lobove( ]
as distinguished from a salaried i& since Labor Day ta t/N..ll
of the offices. Up to the present question; I was inspired to do a a ,
,i :* J?sNt Hspfcwtt rfotpitolj ', time. I am against the' propositIOn little investigating on my own. job. I Cogbill was not in tho pv'IsM .F ,
,*. -_ fc* treatment of ont because the Information I i 1, At the office of The Florida I "Dnrinr the years when there II ministration. Not one peta.llw its

***** *$* ttd to e'tor' up desirt has never been shown in allof Press there is available for the I was practically no pay, we had escaped from im4er I... _
..... *** ho the articles that I have read. I asking a neat booklet containing !1 such men as Col. R. M. Shearer i "since. There have beenwalkaways" Yr .sets # a +4
So far I have learned that there tithe full six bills to be considered : L. L. Payne. J. L. DiUard, L. W. from belli tangs .
*.*4. -..tfiTM will be a saving of approximately ,I on Sept 8. and a short explanation : TUden Sen. M. O. Overstreet with a .45 at his hip. He's serving i 18 months and they weft derby rtr
lea ** ....>* corv 1100,000 per annum. Will that of them by Robert Pleua ; and H. H. Dickson. I seven years for burglary and larceny ate violators of the ewtM -.-, trsrr 1tl er

...*w .4e Iaitsfottoey", save the taxpayers as much as chairman of citizens committeethat I : system at the prison. where use # .
.-- tS-00 .each How many will be displaced had made the study "In other words the ooard in Nearby, a companion fondling viet guards convict #
in this move if it is voted After careful reading, I feel I those days was composed of the I the trigger guard of a high velocity -.'I Three men have ices __._ w ;ells;;: b 5sgta
..Tr fiWMI.. Ins How many heads of families more strongly than ever we are I; outstanding citizens of this coun rifle alertly surveys the scene in escape attempts state MH-
be sold good. ty. In view of the fact that county including the automobile license two whites and ,
will thrown out of work and is being something I one rgrs.We
** *atft J ARuta there Industries sufficient in Orjlando The bill that will appear as business is big business I believe number of the car. He's doing a pick our nun with eta
Mr AM..* J r seas M dud U to furnish them work with number 5 on our ballot regarding that the interests of the people 21-year stretch for second degree I, from the ranks." CetbW*.. t>* r tliw Ii
.* 4t4** Itmeml IIpetal aa equal salary to support their the secretary-engineer seems to be j would be best served by that typeof murder. men we pick usually are hm v tier
Hw**. 8* M4 heels a mlt -
board with a well paid
secre- --
4 families will be of the most controversial. It
.. .. t or they forced to t one .sla .s.
Ms Muaaauy for the whose I
1 tary-engineer duty would
I seek work elsewhere? la only good business to have one

,.,.|..t,*to.l*wrtr**, writ t* held j We feel that the displaced peo- qualified person responsible for ,I to be to the give business every minute of the of county.his ,time Merchants Sift Beach Disaster a terse
pie will resent the action and they the business end of our government slgi
$ s. .. at 1* M otleekII
M M "It is being' stated over the
of
hare numerous friends who will who will be the choice I ileattlatead
tW*.sn Wltta.llcae''be I elected commissioners and county that if we had this reform
M displeased as the displaced'people. our
fe. fwa ._ tfc He'. / 8. erMe
A* I understand it. the who ran hold his job only by merit : all commissioners would come
9N>...als Afla*.... Interment '
from Orlando. Well that's not
placements will not be and accomplishment. With the Plan
electiv
t Relief
Planned
.. .* M Won.-:..a Utmeruia '' true. They would be elected from Highway Nor sa.me. .
but will be appointed. I fear that tedious details removed from the .; t. w
:.... .. I the office win be full of pets of the [commissioners duties we could get I their respective districts just as -
a* w MM. OUN
: men In power and will be used to public spirited citizens to run for they are now, and voted for by the ;LScetiol l Sent- !t-StarJ] .
ptra., > to ...""... fry A HepM county at large. I believe it would to The Sunday rSp*' O1! M Te -y % >' 1 I
i the Bouses' advantage. It has been the office who could not afford to
SANFORD 65
i Approximately '
.* tfe 1M... New NEW SMYRNA BEACH- "
give us a more efficient county ad- 'e
..... .. I that way for all the time we have spend the time necessary under persons attended the Sanford e
=64 st*.* H It, ministration.
I
t been living and I do not see any the present set-up. To establish 1 Merchant's Assn. meeting at the Live Oak High School will b* relief V
M 'V A kU. ta end EUft
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..*. y.!.... OrUado, and : reason for a miracle() happen policies, delegate their operationand t: "With retard to consolidation Mayfair Inn Friday night. Ned and housing hradurtm ta 1
check on the results would of municipal with county case New Smyrna Beach Ml tor
Smith president of the organization
4j paadet+." ... nowThis ,
consolidation may be a become an honorary position and tax assessment and collection, presided.In a hurricane this Fan, the BH
Hit KHirtMM CU'ATr.I I|wonderful thing but so far I can- thoroughly democratic. as far as I'm concerned if the discussing the cross-State r Cross office announced last adlrt 1.M e.d t11...

tttia arere ertae QW.... ,.. died ,not Nt It Would it not be a wonderful Being a relatively new arrivalin I opportunity presents itself in highway, Randall Chase said that | Max Kreis. Red Croat dwaagle Sara e. thgt..aluawm
I Florida. I have been of Orlando I'm going to vote for it. ,chairman yesterday appointed tilt
p_p t' litre f.,., r her tenth i thing too. if the people we proud such a highway following Rt.
.. M. *.. ftrrtf tat had teen AMM elect to represent us and work the ,reputation throughout the "I believe that the bill restoring 45 through on Geneva Ave. past i following people to serve as ... ....
**** *4 tiUt (..*.nlty lOT thfv for the good of the country would State of the progressiveness of I powers to the County Budget the cemetery would do much toward I Imittee, members In various dtsae. N., .....
.4 .1 a.e.tlEia forget felt and do Just that?,I am Orlando and Orange County but Commission is good because government i developing land now lying ter departments: ... .
..... .4.....W*iint"a 1"\1."\ afraid there Is something located if we fail to take advantage of this I Is best when it is closestto : dormant. John Ferris chairman o/ rttuti -
... ''df to Hi charge ofwe la the wood pUe that will not be progressive step, we can hardly home and powers should not i Edward Higgins manager of theI i i vey rescue. transportation a" ..... Aaratlter a
brought hold that claim. Let's be be taken from the local ..
light and
before the election. among budget communication puktte f ,
says ***** |. to h4 Monday .I Seminole County Chamber of
.,.,.>aem .A tIN 8.'4al Baptist the flat on Sept. 9 by checking group and" concentrated m Talla-I Commerce explained the proposed | formation; A. R. Ivey. feed. stal-

tNl rMa .. ... O* rt* Downs R. L. SHANNON. yes on these bills. 1 i hassee._____ {route of the highway which calls ter. clothing central purchase and r
A. P. S. Howard
supply; Berg registraiA*
tanaat wiB .ta tafcjr I for 'construction of a road from
c.. Is- Paraguay Lifts Curfew ; Miss Milam Named { Geneva Bridge to Osteen Bridge information and welfare.ta mry
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Editor.The Sunday Sentinel-Star: Dr. J. A. Smith medical sad ...
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11ft l.... If urehM ftv# i and behind the Indian Mound on
.. On Capital of Asuncion I We citizens who have moved in- i By Cemetery Board 1 ins aide Mrs H. L. Hauchiea, eaaI .
. aai. 1d i Q\tatH.\ Fteewnelht. to Florida from other States realize a route adjacent to the St. Johns ..
teen chairman.
.. Jofeaaf tad J- River and meeting with the I corps
iSceciol to The Sunday SentinelStorlLEESBURGTrustees pres-
ASUNCION. Paraguay [AP] :I that Florida is one of the mostprogressive I i Kreis plans to can a ......
'4IIWilbwn., Pm. Mortaifo'i government States in the union of the ent Lakeshore Blvd. soon to plan procedure la eat of ... ...... ...
.*?* Un J.m Htlau.tin. Lone Oak Cemetery Assn. have Higgins said that this plan 1sUftU .
.... I t Hatuway, which announced Thursday that especially in the South but whyshould I Is the result of the county and a disaster In this commuany I
It bad I' appointed Miss Maybelle Milam I
emerged victorious in Pararuty's -I we keep our county government 1 r II
tf.... ...., wine, lira to receive the annual contributions j and city resolutions received by
elrll war lifted completely patterned after the 1885 I Captive chimpanzees eN.. I
Mft- tins J"msw. ', the State giving the State the
yesterday the curfew enforced- in Constitution? In New York State from all owners of lots In Lone ..
sticks or poles, soon devtoc A erwde .
Meg AM Allen, to select the most
Asuncion since the start of hostilities t where I come from we revise the Oak Cemetery. to help keep up authority form of pole vaulting. .... i
;:;;::: .+e4 Mel. ..%. ApUn, March T. constitution every 10 years and I the grounds according to Mrs. F.1 feasible route. The matter of .
-.- 1! L. Ezell. president. obtaining the rights-of-way will i
keep it up with the times. I ....
I be in the bands of the county -
a motion was passed by the seas *-
.."LT MlftMt during the past five years. previ-.I, Orange County is a leader and i I and he said. 1 .
should lead the for the oth- RUSSIANS DRILL FOR OIL city commissioners elation to aid in the etU... .
bur taunt John Cfthrtaf WI to which he wa manager of er counties to follow.way I feel that Moscow [UPI The Soviet Government H. H. Pope, chairman of the : of permanent State bea...."... ,......
: i. Mr M* "R, Dofr the Butler Shoe Store Orlando. these Consolidation bills will drill 30 deep experimental county commissioners warned .of the American Legion hertREGULAR
i ...... ..r. "' tetar for IX years. great step forward. Why not are com-A oil wells in widely separated that too much controversy on the

di .l yeoe+ .lit Ot ..asndesntre bine the offices of county tax assessor parts of the Soviet Union. matter might cause the State's
di..4*i at rut- t>rA."T RALPH H. JONES and tax collector? Many an official of the Ministry for Oil withdrawal. on the plans.
tta.. Mr a4 Mrs.It Ralph% H. Jones infant son of counties have a county treasurer Industry of the East ,announced.One Speaking on lack of interest in I I
*t* KM* funds to CM Mr, and Mrs. Robert. Jones died who attends to both> of these funci well will be sunk to a depthof the city government Jack Rati-
.... ... ... Mra Maw 9U at the Orange Memorial Hospital 'i more than 9,000 feet in the gan said that few business men
e lF ...... i1iI UtU MM ?hart Wednesday mon nJ'r Interment tions.We should have a scientific appraisal Emba district to tap the so-called and landowners understand the

tam directed by Eiselstein-Wlggmtoa. of all the property in Or- Hobdin layer underlying that region -, tax structure under which the city i

.f sin be Monday, j jfTXERAL I I I ange County; then it would be a , according to G. E. Ryabuk- commission Is now operating or AlI
... ..'" 61.n. mm' mere matter of bookkeeping after hin. a member of the special Gov- the expenditures involved. He
.t..... far Mr Front Own4 : s SERVICES: : the millage Is set to send out the ernment geological commissionnow called for more interest and examination I II Ir
*. *... d.. frtday la For Mr George z. McCulloch. bills collect the money credit the in Guryew on the Caspian of the subject by the
i... *. W n..4 at II who died Thursday, will be held at accounts: and deposit the shore. Drilling of the wens begins citizens. '
t# V.es., a rwrrw ruemltK 10,10 a... Monday la the Carey in the bank.We surely do not money need this month. I Following a talk by John Ivey I
tt_. DT l 4ai W Hand Funeral' Chapel, with the '
two
executives to
attend to these
|. .** s.% IM* M.MMtttM pre, Dean Melville Johnson of St.!I chores..
,. .fvtattsg tour4 Lukes Cathedral officiating. Interment I
*.**. .. tA Ort *..! c.... will be in Greenwood HJJ.
., .. Cemetery.

t. tal ...... Mrs hell Pallbearers win be Benjamin F. Flying Boat Crashes, -
: NiL& ....... ... tr wfvtvM. Wattaer. Randall Chase Cushman i I
+t liw rant tH hmisir,1ffi4. R.d*tauh. Edwin FUhbaek, A)110 Reported Missing I 1 1 aI
_ dt isEia. kit atetMv. T Cotta and Donald A. Chener.I I API) Ten persons ee
sash 11 tm..e. Orsan4s, sad I I
were reported missing yesterday
isiMi.y Did.6iuM.aas1 MR. C. E.: MOODYMr
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'. -- .. 0. tad C E. Moody, of Meehanlcs- after th ecrash of a Hong Kong- if

fI ......" Ga ... tee hurt 0., father of, Mrs. D. P. 'to-London British Overseas Air-
NK w... ... A..na aNt EiMisteia. died Saturday. Services ways Corp. flying boat on landing -

.... 1h t.a. M 01snd*. *tU be held Tuesday Mechanics-- at Bahrain on the Persian
...... sled teen ......, burg. M.... EiseUtein was at his Gulf The plane was carrying I r eP
.I -- ii1It- ei 0 a11. mail M Dil.aa bah hedaldt.r 24 or 25 persons.
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.: ': s tni* C. Batten, electrical ap-1 .
: itlane, dealer, Sanlord. |
LrI try terM CARPETING NOW TO FIT 1T1 r ,
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1 -< ...... ... pllttlslr ,..taf.. Ttwft U too much
.. ,.. ..... ... aisardl. and TwataeataUcu Alt WOOL FACE AXMINSTER
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MMtoeas tor this
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f ..... L.4. d, .ll.e.eltl...t. ptaeeb* We one are Batten I
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.. democracy should work. It is time Four BOWCanopy
;: ... + dlie ..... tI Mrs nevi .. Oorernment de-centralized 39.95 HKII. Nw _
......sitil - *.. ..kll... eraalr.b of the business life of the ;
16 .. .. tl. .. .utib4 MHoII. I#. BUck artificial leather body wttfeMae :a s,. .
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n'I ..$. .. . tt l$." the' Chart W. Dryer, retired Or- "Chafrfield- keeps tlBopy.baby SIlIlI Inside(. Folding draft caasiii kiM .,. budb rM ....
All t tall ant cur with It-tBch wheels. .... trwd..D
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=; there Is more individual liberty t
!!> kiPbte .. f/M114 = and freedom in 4685 Tufts Per Sq. Ft. -
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L1 (fib I.TIC.w the
rt. United States
.. .ti ftIIN litS than I -
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place in
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;-i> ...... .. tli. a. (lee ....v>rsj world. I realize 9x11 ft.Size58.95. 475 .
.... ..ei ft*.*** af .hti that our Government -
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: ,vise .. t.. ltpaaNw MK ......1 that we ate not i i

Tifd tw tYt.m perfect but the I Due Sears Straight tne( Savings 1tftft
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'II! tM. .+d btK Mid individual does I }
a .. .04 elle+. $1 have a voice in''
ale __ ....... ilr1-Rll. Ib.tt tern the affairs of the Fine,lustrous broadloom woven of selected all t
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Batten and that. to me is democracy wool yams. Dyed in the subtle decorator shades that
Our elections are not framed : t
tla"M ... .... ...... lridb and *e do not hare a few individuate rt v are so popular today. We've the perfect fitting
,s II ,...... lb.I who force us to vote the way "right size"rug for your roonvlisted below are Juvenile Chifforobe Neat N......., a..
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I lit .......d 10.Dt thry want us to cast our ballots. only a few of the many pre-cut sizes avail / .

... .tilt....elan4... tbl.enrlf b tM.deitt saaJiafter.. I). Krrrhvf.DeLand."Yea. wwwB. .auto dealership able.. All at Sears easy. budget price.. Reg. 34.95 NOW 29.88 Re{_ UI N.w W f x

ttfNs- -Mid br ult.d I think so. The citizens Youngsters will like to keep their
b ahl .*.* M wrtl M of IM nation have a voice in theM ia clothes neat ia this select fer4- =W-1: :
dolt. ....., l... is .. Ih* el.titoa of their :", seed chifforvbc with four 4rawrr uN baths ......
eti *> wv. IMt .., (IoM eftlriala and the 1 9'x 6' .31.50 neatly' finished ta maple. 17z3l4In. . ..-.-..
:* *.. ft ..... II freedom to eirw 9'xl2' 58.95 Furniture DepU24 Floor re et cane.. Oags rrnuMD. ... s-
Mli **** MI CWtM* their opin- I. + Y 9'xI5. 7.25 .
MM la our na-
n ... .*** aat.ifa.-.Mme ttoftal affaira.Our -S 9'xl8' .. 88.50 r-
--. ...bhls tam elections and -I 9'x21'
--1i1t1 t. ... .... t- .. ., I. 11 f n mentalfaaeuons 102.7512'xlOVi'
.. Aitirmp...= INI. It atTht eowaa ared.mocnUc 70.50

and 12'xl2' 79.95

tit>t*. final pubUt....hast .I 12'xI3' 89.50 -I Ii I
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Pity th* affairs of Kerthof .! 12'xlS. __ 98.95 ,
one naUon. I win say there is too
smtfti tovernmental interference 12'x18' -..-. --.. 117.95 i
to maa business throughout the = t
Ykkiry in 1 1948If ....." put there seems to be an
.tren to curtail this." r '
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mya IttlY Mirals II. W. (Urn.... real estate op- RUG DEPT.-% -n FLOOR -
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n::: .... atdi.... naafim "Yea th. nation is a true de- i Chair and OttomanReg. Bench Type HTtLgti "
... btr ttiM. l0* kre. a cra aeaet- .. ittblpds.1tao. people live Ai fi- I a
.. o :.. guests democratic life. I 59.95 NOW 54.88 Ht'(. 9 New 7.11.
If there is any
... "" .... fault in the Government j = r yts Wonderful to relax l. . easy to. wPnNNrs.mapl.. .....
I afford: Chair tilts to favorite postUna.
' cad it can be I
\-A'- Deep padded sprints. Hart a.a. bln. ,
.1 I ..... .at m blamed on the\ wood frames; floral fahrirs.Fmrnitare . e ;;
atttb; twW ........ t0yteFa voters. The principles Dept 2nd Floor ,
on- which I

this Governmentwas rt - . i I

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a..,... equation is involved .
3 the situation and has not lt -
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s ii rot Epl .. a4 -.. fMir t,ua.. slays followed the path of democracy -
a. as ...... IN ....... Yes. I think this nation I i t
can be termed a true democracy." ; Printed Chintz Priscilla Curtains Hobnail BedspreadReg. f e
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K. c........ w.. ...- Mr*. Mmfe. Tyler, housewife I Re;. 75c yd. NOW 2.98 NOW 5.99 :
Atltltlt4t.l+ Cut uri H. and clerk Lontwood."Tea. Now 2 for 1.00 Reg. 3.98 7.95 -
IsttM M MnMatt .... ..... C I believe it Is. People In t .. .
i f tee **.tl M.IM. for .sttk.>* th* United States have more freedom I Drifty made draperies curtains Decorative cBshiom dot marquisette Popular white, with hobnail hundreds bedspread of snowy puffy *
and slip rovers from this durable
.** lot _Mt M.SDI a.U.ttttft than they d .a. Assorted colors ill floral that win brifhtea four home. pompom. AD white. Doable. alas a3 .
........ 1'. w WI tar4.If do ".- and striped deli,.. 36 ia. wide.Drapery II x: M-'". .White only. silly. A grand bay!
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1iii 1atpN, la. lbM p&.alidali
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since the
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hoaUttties metal for lasting; sttrdlBM ....,
\.u- firiala I Tested to support CM* Iks. Rubber.
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poslUoa. Red, Mae seal, step, r.reed bets tend .. '
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er tae. i SOME MONTHS AGO we said that such a s Lack of Foresight

h. should enlist the bi-partisan !

1 I support of every food producing State in BY JOHN BRANSCOMB On Parking Meters Draws f Pm :

... 1.I.t": .... a the nation. I There are certain circumstances which tend to If those of us who are tempted to pick the flawsin
... .. ..
With the dollar loan an admitted lessen one's desire to throw atones "He that is our neighbors and gossip about the sins of others

M.f' ...e I I I failure there program a chance I!I without sin among you, let him first cast a stone. would only stop and think what 'we would exPerience Editor The Sunday Sentinel Star
now
J appears 'I To be confronted with such a statement Just when if we got our deserts there would be a lot less If DeLand can gross 115.000 en

,. ... .... 1*'- Neavt .....te .es.s. tl+aetM that the food-and-goods-msjtead-of-dollars I you are all set to throw a rock or two at come fellow loose talk about other folks going on. Amen! its parking meters in leis than

-f __ ..... b. ter +.*... I. UM&At ba.fe I I plan could be put into operation. will give you cause to pause, for when any one of us A little city: boy was visiting his country aunt a year what could Orlando have

"F e.. ***** f w t w. Asa .... The citrus interests of California, Texas I seeks out the pages of his own biography he is sure this Summer and he curiously watched her as she done? With this sort of sweet

;, "' ....... tie --. C.-. 1& tttAa I and Florida explored the possibilities of to find some stains and blots which will bring the, picked the feathers off of several chickens which money coming in we could have

", d 4* d t.MiMj fuss fm I"I sales of their products some months ago. I crimson to his cheeks and automatically the hold on she was preparing for the evening meal. The Inexperienced built one of the finest swimming
As t.ww Mtrtn S. fellow feels like off to little tyke asked Jier. "Aunty do
What they found wasn't too encourag- the stone releases and a going you in the .
pools country in the spar Y Fs.M
..... d t t .t=*;; ,,;; sale hide In some,hole. take off their clothes every night?"
the standpoint.
ao ....... ,... ........... a ing from quick I civilized and don't actually I've been in some group that set in to do just of a year or so. not to mention
These days men
4 a.r re.ro o... ... .......... .. ae They didn't catch the vision of a great j are improvements to playgrounds,
.. f throw at sinners any more. Of course we mustn'tpress that to a poor Individual about whom some gossip
:.t: :.::. r. al.o ..::aoi national program. ,': that, too far because nothing is barred whenwe had been circulated and when we rot through ''parks etc. As it now stands wt<.
.... .... ........ ..... I and the
easier' to
fNX I. .......,.... fII ....... Now the picture is see J. want to accomplish our purposes, and we can with him his reputation took on the semblanceof have neither the parking parr, urea ter ..,t .. ... arIMair. ... .
: norm sro ono eowe..a citrus people should get behind it. I' drop an atom bomb or two.: But ordinarily most of a picked chick.I ,I the money. or the improvement, ..... .... ....

paw 'OOUaT K 1NT4t' Again we say it doesn't make any difference us wouldn't be so cruel as to rock a fellow for his must confess that sometimes I have been Inhuman all because Orlando lacks tfe. litres .toast rao.vAeenatrr ... .'

whether or not we sell a box of citrus misdoings and shortcomings. enough to enjoy that kind of low pleasure foresight of some of our smatter. I : _ewIn ..... '

today or tomorrow for the foreign relief However, we can justify ourselves in figuratively but invariably I have always felt afterwards that I neighbors. a..nth w era a.ngl else 4
... t10FttGlttA . ... ...
.
is for the in stoning a man's reputation and character particularly ought to go take a bath. Trouble is. taking a bath --
|* ****** rte tfe*? ttaa to&L yea., Uun plan. The important thing won't take that kind of dirt out of soul. I I I arc w a Brows ,_.- ........ aoast
If he isn't I wouldn't
anywhere near. exactly your
which will ____
**.. alt. tfca MM? sad the dustry to get ,behind a program IT If
.4. rte ,
cherish. rock against my head but I confess: There's so much dirty linen in the closets of
IP tit 1 keep the domestic store shelves stripped of Interest of Women In Good - oo'' x. oar
most gOssipers and skeletons in the closetsof
so,
t tat that I think that would be preferable to having my many Oil .. till air ee tsrie.a ._
surpluses.If character assassinated by slander and gossip. Some most scandal mongers that it surely doesnt behoove Government Is Applauded .-..- AtMe- +.. t1
*.. t4 ..*. N have rather thoad i ,
1 food goingto
are
our competitive goods us to be pulling splinters, out of our neigh- ate toA ....
ttepet sal slot, .ei, thus furt Editor The Sunday Sentbnel Star:
. r.4t will -
market
Europe, the domestic citrus bor's eye when there's a plank in our 'own eyes. +aeetRt' ... -
**4 tuff IM *. seat of things Usually those of us who are guilty of the low down Since women have the right to NMeeeel r = 1
prosper.
.. {.II4T...... t4. ( M Jnttthaa aW1tt. -- habit of throwing stones at our sinful neighbors are >! rote, they have had it since 1111. ar f.

I!!17 MERRY-GO-ROUND so self-righteous that we go to church and sit in and it was won by many women

,...,.'... c..H 1 kut..4 of Dollars THE the 'Amen Comer instead of the Mourners' Bench working hard and without pay for w" r tI.,... fee .....

and defy the parson to convict' us of any sin. In this right they should use it and On Mtfrr4f4e q ...
... e ... .4.f. F rem Britain Holland there used to be a church: that had a park- EMM iaMHaueef .., ai::.=.. e.aerI
Doomed not allow anyone to stand in their
S.tmk18 WHI.H CLOUDS are thee I Parley ing tack for the tremendous pipes which: the male way. I married a man with Southern tin LAM en on esrranr .-

|. 4 .t t4 tUft If just about ly kOIEKT S. ALLEN parishoners' smoked. ideas and he thought I had to t.e.Mi. "-JJ" 0.0 .....
.ell known Florida AS they entered the foyer they would park their Iive+e war voce-ifs. site nse M
***. .*| A Its Editor's Note-While Drew Pearson Is on a
(
vote he did. I him by
long, curved pipes in the racks find their pews, as surprised public series .. to ew sale
't.t. brief rotation, the Washington Merry-Go-Round fold their hands in their laps and listen to the voting by absentee ballot becauseI gravy te4a C..... _
tfc* trftv.t today in the food. I" to being written by his old partner Robert S.ADen. proclamations of the parson with pious expressionson was scheduled for an operation better rose alt .., r .... 3Mtfilaff

i t'M Nr Europe program. .) their faces. After the benediction they would and was in the hospital on Election so had a .Mof tsar n.rtai sir

1 tit 4.n.ta I I U>w down on I'I WASHINGTON-Confidential diplomatic dis- move out lift their pipes from the racks, light up Day. In the hospital room we clink the w. M ele ew want r
W of lack of dotf that unless a last-minute miracle let them fe.*p r+MtrlrS taaetga
tM..i tt@sii because patches Indicate and light out. A lot of us stone throwing gossiping
were talking about voting and my What *.*.> MAri Stt ai*
| blow at first happens the 17-power trade conference in Geneva .I folks do just that. F B *W i
# **** ftol
dttp
...
spiritual doctor has advised putting slanderous husband said he thought a woman to tehee .* files idlstlre ea
I I can be written off as a failure. ,, any We park our sins in the vestibule and then go home and sun sIns Itgiiwa
.
u1 of the i remark that 1re are tempted to make to the follow- should vote the same as her hus g
:1 IN If ah actually were doing If that does happen. It'vm. be one, _ j sit I in the seat of the scornful and as the preacher about thtt a4 UN* i tM vet.etnsr
and most blows to i lag test: First It it true? Second, Is it necessary band. A nurse spoke "Now 10Udon.t
>. greatest tragic delivers a. scathing denunciation against the sins! up. hate male a ..mr M.. ttMmt stag
fci the (fMd.I.lt.ad-cf-doUar. I
***** *- ** :
Third Is it kind? really believe thatP Sluethen
peace since VJ-Day. j jThe of the community we nod our heads and say Give of UH war INN M wtAar wale
|. Mt S &ftl fit favor 1 I If all of us would subject our criticisms and I have not heard my husbandsay
f | conference first conceived it to 'em parson. On the way out we stop long they eM r H Mm* 1M era a
Wr .iM frt the State Depart condemnations of to such. test almost invariably 'anything about how a woman .
stwtt early in 1945. began its deliberations sinners enough to recover our gossiping tongues which we f e Hew Me Onfjt akvast 1.1'1 aUart .

****** **4 **W* C9%rftment agencies' into more than four months ago. we would drop oar stones and run off to had hung on the rack and for the rest of the week should In this vote.country an living here i+ f tae OMBMST* e 4.w. fit|

j .. kfimt a| tmtrgencf srransements.&wM All major powers were on hand a quiet place and read our own biographies to see they are hanging out so far in the nefarious art of even aliens have rights and priv- 1M....ii ef MMiw Noeue MA
.
"'- teal food and the exception of Russia. Pur wherein we have failed ourselves. unkind and untrue things ens
+ %trY mean " with saying in many cases ileges, which give us certain re MMIVDtfWM
... ....M *| .elrior Europe 5 pose of the conference was to A famous sinner'prayed a long time' ago, about our neighbors that we oughtn't to be too surprised sponsibilities. For those who meet ..seaStlfir's ftasMM

I I'Y.Y. break down rigid trade and tariff 1 "Cleanse thou me from secret fault.That's a-power- if somebody steps on them. Amen! the qualifications one of these is

#. WAI THE first nation to cry I i barriers so as to create a more ful good prayer for the,lips of all of us. Tell you I'll challenge you to a game. Try substituting voting. People would not let a Hand !
I. h>
I -- stable and sound world economy. the truth I'd just about die with shame if a motion kind words for. vitriolic cutting words. It will community nuisance exist they M r

But the great hopes of this I I picture of my life should be thrown on the screen amaze you how much such a game will increase the would be up in arms. So the Mm Gets NeseieMMe

.*-_ IK* ifitkk ..Hr situation would-be history-making conferAllen : ,, where all the world could see. There would be some number of folks you will like and incidentally 1 I is true of Government. tine

.... ... ** *.4 M H belts .* the snrto once: have just about come to :'scenes that even" my wife would find hard to for- double the number of folks'who Mil: like you. We have to live under the Government Nait eel Mel
i and it is up to the voters Lake aerie
*. I nought as a result of British.French and Brazilian 1[ give. A strange fellow sitting over in the Amen Corner to choose those for office who
U BritUh economists Somewhere I have heard the story that motion I i ewe der alt
NMHMM obdurance. last Sunday whispered this thought in my ear. Said will give us the best Government
eoeaM.
..... tt ale! ? a couple} years ahead WhO demanding concessions from other nations pictures were made of the life of Edward VII kingof he*"A pat on,the back though only a few vetebrae possible. It is up to each and every res en sf 0A

44 to aft .t.nt there was still a I I I notably the'U. S., the British have flatly refused the British Empire including scenes from his removed from a kick in the pants is miles ahead in one to exercise his or her rights era

h... 5. ..4 .! .l their dilemma, to modify their Empire Preference tariff system activities travels and experiences across many years.: results" and responsibilities by working to ai IAt risepeeteesait"
the Brazilians boosted their Import duties 40 After his coronation he was requested to allowI Though the dignity of such a statement is have the best Government oat
..... tit Nly art .Ui far worse shape I I'.I per cent: and the French have vigorously Insisted on I I I these motion pictures to be shown. He agreed provided questionable, the homespun philosophy underlying only for ourselves but for those a
""' nwa4lt to do builaess with who after us. We want a
.triH he censored them first. He watched 40.000 come
malntainlnt"their protectionist.set-up. it b most practical and worthy of the consideration -
... bttt.. wherewithal I a The charter for the International Trade Organ-' feet of film shown before him. ordering a cut here of all of u*. good Government for the yew said dais tails
.b .M, .ttds4lnrt are playing I'a cut there, until he had reduced the picture to people to learn about as an exam till Mri Mill
isation, which the conference is supposed to write Over in the Amen -Corner under the pews we 'I pie for them. It is our duly and
... .. the ftnittli plan and have an- U tilled with, so many .escape clauses and "safe. 2.000 feet after which he consented for the film have a big pile of stones. They are the stones some responsibility to exert ourselves to tadsa t11Nreaagl

....... \My'alit tvt their U S purchases guards" that It has been described by one disgusted I to be shown. of us brought along to cast at the sinners, but a every way possible to have toad ta.1M .

I. U. 8. delegate as a "sieve. Under similar circumstances how many fret strange man took as his text the words "He that I Government One way to do taM 11a1 rrreltlfloe.

= Ma .to W done. I.It The oneompromlstaig attitude' of the British would you have to cut out ,of your life? Thoughts is without sin among you let him first Cast a is by voting.It isei tans es

e I h particularly extraordinary. i( that were too ugly to be screened: desires too base stone." Somehow after that sermon we dIem. was quite unfortunate that '
to be. revealed: ambitions too selfish to be cast before have much stomach for throwing stones so we the wife of "A Fed-up Husband'had Is' .r
S f i AUKS that It must have I
have admitted the Empire Preference sys-
They the of the unpleasant exprrttam
Tf eyes your neighbors and friends. Well. threw them under the pews. Have you got some
ft Met= !f1 Imtineta to continue to tem U not-helping Britain in its current crisis. Also | fortunately people don't know most of our sins. that you ought to throw under there?* Its a good when she was working for good gteese'sail

1tl at this moment high British officials are in Washington and we can be thankful to the good God that He place to put them. Government It is men and womn
have I pleading for easing repayment terms of the doesn't like that group working with hrI esse6twNr.
.. .._ that fareltn nations tot tell everything He knows about us.:' AMEN.
all this and Britain's I I who are needed to be alert W all e
billion despite
13'4 loan. Yet.
....e Mf H iH M that they will have what is going on. Good 00nfDI asps

". tit...* ff what" they need desperate economic plight she is adamantly refusing WASHINGTON TREADMILL I ment does not start In Washington yet t 5ilr ...........

watt '" trMuetivltr of Europe still to yield one Inch on her ultra-nationalistic i 1 1 but in our local commurxteits. lseeearelujo

.... ...,.tf'lf, ..., loans appeared the protectionist: policies.+ + The explanations on Consolidation the Sentinel -
of offices given In -
"jj w4i at'r Boston' ineffable Mayor James Michael Curley Texas 'Blow'on Florida Light are good and especially tiw '

b+ave tal rl, lost his recent appeal for'a. pardon from the jail arguments for and against con $ivu'I s..iSa

t t4* *# w.*t tip **mehinc else. sentence he is serving for violating postal laws.:'But tr. solidation. The people can md IIIIW!

....... ... 1.... .i. "OM' the U. S. his supporters are discouraged.. They are confident ly FUNK A. KENNEDY f left so far from the committee's i I extent of the "red tide" is the ideas on both sides and then make .tte.tas. I ... t4ft.
(Our
Woshingtan'CorrespondentlThe ] decisions. This Is just what KlMltse er
&*.** a4 l...*4 It a.t eM .f Its pr
"it. i4 h.IUliss.... Europe. The Reason for this optimism Is Curley's unfailing 20 field hearings were arranged * so they can vote wisely and t.. pairs see tw ee
Naval
f H a iimiH read teal aai t...U Instead moureefulneas In the past Illustrative Is the tn- on aviation In'Florida beginning in mid-October. '!. Next week's meeting in Atlanta Intelligently. se send . :-

III Jim M a le....." relief measure. rental strategtm he' employed'In one of his and with the exception of Rep. to provide special opportunitiesfor to map out the 1948 gum naval I 1 i Someone wrote that "Th' people uallla4g : !
namerous campaigns. Price who loses Cecil Field at are the watchdog of the Goy .IYarA ea tsssla ttiwe.t
Wt test nevi ** h tn foreign the dirt farmers themselves to Stores conservancy program prob-
vjr< put pro- .
and rem oar ... +ar tIn
: Jacksonville, the ernment. This is very true
Florida delegation
4* ** M Ht ft tf a ,fellow doesn't have On a number oi successive nights. Curley was . air their views. The committee ably will disclose some good news necessary. If it were not for 1M 4weee .. ...... ... salt
M> k a t*.*l f.v his bill*. The same ism Interrupted In the midst of his speech: by a bent was surprised that the blow headed by Rep. Hope. Kansas Republican for the small producers and soma people those in office mutt become Yost foetse 11w 4M1

*l t eel sa *h th l I"n't producing.Wf old man. with a long white beard who slowly made i,I I was so light has been taking testimony bad tidings for'tht,big operators.. dictators, as it is to. countries '.. N. I... ....- ateoedar
I hit way to the, rostrum and handed Curley! a cane.I The powerful Texas crowd con- where the people hut no eW1! ..wHslnsaa ..
l nitin! France, Italy Germany since'earl1 Winter. Impor- :The Agricultural Appropri-
*
"Mr. the oldster would I > 4it4ns4ni
Curley. say "as a representative vinced the White House last week voice In the Government MIl teas r _
tM tt<* tee# .f the atrkken nations are I tant Florida witnesses were heard, ations Act reduced conservation
of the Grand Army of the Republic it is according to reliable $300 i| The American Legion sponsors Mra4eaiaW
from
4eIi., |* 4. fAt etst1 sale, then the dolmm my honor to present you with this sacred mementoof I reports that million contract In authorizations 1947 to, 1150 million in. groups of high school young t people "' %. b d ...eta

t.. fig M feetttr balanced We will the Battle of Antietam, in which I fought. I reduced operations in the South 1948. At the same time however, i,I to go to Tallahassee learn What I.s.p..et. w ....ss Nnset ..

$.It ge t W fat out foods and the exsrsl want you to have this appreciation- of your I II should be effected horizontally.To xM.M.. it reduced the top limit of benefit ]I i about the State Government they The I
t ha wall. trtniud r tM lit
accomplish the horizontal reduc- elect their own officers. These the eaj
won't have to keen tight i great service to us common people. payments to any one producer'from I
Mitmt a
I
_. tion and to maintain Corpus 10.000 to $500. In 1948. the I I groups learned first hand about of ta..eed Nisaa s isat r. fi
-- Christ! on the active list either latest for which figures are the State Government and win thetr Stta a.... tt till ....

"rCSMMM Whiting Field near Pensacola or available year about 2.800 gum turpentine be a good influence in their lien ....,..svs.
Cecil Field near Jacksonville farmers in the schools and communities to work New Mat M en. tt } x
participated
I would be sacrificed. for good Government. half' 11...*.t teed _
conservation work and received
One explanation of the com- ,, . for compliance with best conserv I I Government Is not only for the werdd last t tan. M a
Shands Pushed for Governor paratively- minor reduction in Florida \t( ency practices the tidy sum of men. no man can keep It for th* better IAN ie '111
the
de-activation of Cecil
nearly $900.000. Nearly 10 per cent j min when women have the right
I Field may ,'be found in the negotiations \ I of these farmers ,netted about I
;= *e0444s >I In. aaJBt night be said ofhands I i I William Augustine Shands was of the Texas delegation $290000 with payments ranging I,

l .,,ta&M1tlatl I i I **.*.) born July 21, 1889. at Bronson.He .I'I' nearly a year ago. The big! Opa 4: all the way up to $6.000 and $000.. THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON

"" ( w tie? W. A. could count upon his attended the University of Locka base at Miami was deactivated never hitting the jackpot limit of j I '

***.. ..*.*. *.*ie a t...1 end friend from Dade County, for1 1I ,I Florida/ where he played football jl jlI I Sen. Andrews with no a member warning of at the alL 1 10000. But It's been done in the 1 Wise Words in Bible Conctrninfl,
I stet $eafl. Ernest It. Graham and''' past. These big operators will be
i..... II fink .. 0eee1 and baseball He' has a law degree ' Senate Naval Affairs Committee,
finely upon U. 8. Sen. limited in 1948-and perhaps onlyin '
,
... ..........1 I elM hand man as HOlland"1 I Before but never withdrawing practiced.his name had non. Just Miami been formerly buried. Rep.on Can-the 1948.=-to $500. I'I Honesty of Purpose Are Q tM

.. ....' 4 ..... eselwi I Jane A. Williams of from consideration as a candidate I I House Naval Committee and popular' Their' loss represents an
. ... feairmaa under Holland of the for Governor next approximate $150.000. about
year. Rep. with the admirals had just | WH.UAM l defiler. M
.
ftttte Industrial Commission. r
.&-j j2f'S r 80yct Williams was one of the out George,other Smathers aspirants Miami regarding sounded his been of defeated.Locka Thus the elimination "adSEN enough small producers to ,spread and among,so hold the Scripture: Proverb 3.:J; II t I It SIR 14 I M tt-il

Mm to approach me abOUt' get chances for later. Opa gave Corpus their cuts to nominal sums. There are certain thMf* .CY..* t, 't .... J
ChrIsti a fresh lease on life, and
era ;. *tint into this." report Chands.I 1 He talked both of the U. S.I I when more Florida sacrifices were The solace for the big operators Proverbs, that are "."II miiMMMn t* MM t., +.. ton...

14iR I 11.'ft'J'toWd rlaThere .optimistic as to what 1 Senate campaign in 1950. when needed this year Cecil: Field was is this: their previous participation these are "a false bt.+nc*" f III t Il} rases freer .-
I
I 1 the seat of Sen. Pepper will be up I deemed adequate. in tht naval stores conservancy 12:22 .
already ha been much for [ ]
election and of the Guberna '
.U 'I II. The' Tekas crowd on the surface setup has Increased greatly
a torial Whatever the I r4r abinlldmraia. et tM tit reM
contest of 19S2.
es' appears happy at this tem- the productivity of their crops
s I :
Mt. ... I.vittt >Senator. '> Smathers Indicated he regards I porary victory but their glee may : CONNALLY ; [110,000 trees Forest Service Insiders ,' dishonest or lying person** <
.. I wed
He baa sues with bit business I his present position In Conrrew I not last long. It is well known that I . galloped I, expect the big producers to I against against his his fellowman Maker ftecftrir M >M- ere
I as but a step upward In his Corpus Christi has no plans and carry: on-reaping ,the benefits of
the 1*. for example a director of I I ..... .
: sto I I pends for Its very nLlt. a
} ,' UM FterUU' power ft Light Co.l political progress. specifications on Navy drafting but these were drawn from processing past participation: and hoping fora I 1 .
i boards for. I. and of restoration of the $10.000 In well as for its welfare and MMrtlf
: 1 1Bt I-Neft would hurt him .some, yet I I any permanent construction shipping segments top
Justice Glenn Terrell was reminded j,I upon honesty tn dally We ..* m
the .
. WIn acme, tor the conserraMrt within the next few industry.Any 1949.
the
other day of the
J.. occasion !r years. On the other hand conaid- farmer or grower still has rri relationships. 1
= element that backed BpessardHofttftd ;i I
t s I I when Rep. Frank Clark [ofi I The fact that so many .*..*
1. tn 1144 and UUlard Caldwfl i Lake and erable construction work of a per the right to come to,Washington i I I Logic righteousness and persua- i I 4! *
r:. la 1144 might regard Shands!I home City to face legislative Gainesville came manent nature is in sight chiefly ,I to be heard. The object of the sion having failed. Rep Price intends are honest enables aorttt M e* ea anal ate 1MrurM
[ accusers. and it is because so may p* tae -
tte !II 1 for Pensacola and a goodly amountfor coast-to-coast swing was to bring to use more brutal weapons :
****** I U most attractive of the can- .I Three members of the 1909 I dishonest that .e ae .
14 ire **"* .**.IH to the fttld.To House of Representatives Ion Jacksonville. I II I the hearings to the farmers and next session in efforts of pry out i: are problems aM M *4 tlt I iw'
When sen. Connally galloped to its a long way from Orlando or of committee the Florida judge-,I; many menacing: en,,,
M has
been an advocate I arris. Jacksonville Sam J. .
little world security
w .eras eels I eta State sales tu.I burn. Palatka. and James E. 1..1 I the White House It was believed Belle Glade to Rocky Mount and ship bill. I II ,: Honesty begin with UW.MM.

strait Many would oppose him for ander. DeLand. were rivals for, that the Navy Board of Opera- I Jackson. I,I,I i The Jacksonville Congressman i 1 ual in more ways than..... ft te ;
I' tions already had decided to deactivate + confessed at the close of the first
;4rd rib sad tfeU ytt he could win the sup- Clark's seat when the lawmakers its rise and jrtinn& Mi AMSeM
ot these who think he does demanded Corpus Christi The board The evidence here is almost conclusive session that he was stymied at eerialM s sr
part as formally to ,know what I ', with one's self Many .... one
eft tfe4 the Ume has to I he had meant thus was overruled by the White that the Fish and Wildlife every turn by the Republican dom- .
e come sweep by saying at Wash- not honest with them******, LAN
!!wM. toe this and dabs of nuls-'ington the Everglades should be House. There could, of course be Service will not come up with an inated House Judiciary Committee. live In a world of Uhirtt. of
1i ,M*. levlM for a comprehensive I sold by the gallon rather than the no disposition on the part of theNavy 'unqualified and irrefutable reporton Price at least obtained a hearing self-delusion. The dtahennl snit -
y- bands does not. however. I admirals to question the the primary cause of the "red I for his bill providing five per- !1 would despise himself tf M ....

pupoae complete abolition of_acre.There was a full house recalls: White House directive. tide" in the Gulf. manent Federal district judges in ; up honestly to what he i.......* r wan

Ail, preeerty taxation for he believes I Judge Terrell and Farris. Hilburn Should circumstances be altered FWS officials who embraced the State. Sens. Pepper and Holland He avoid that k 9 the s.W aeMa

.. pi M tall, HIM would step! the tale of land and Alexander had seats well to I however perhaps after I the phosphate dust theory, andh11& backers of a companion i that "otb,.,. people .. K.' ....
4r M4 ca *e bumea stagnation. the front when Clark to the 1941. no one on Capitol Rill measure were not accorded so
I came It tenaciously, now seem can't d. business sal k. .....
A tfee business rostrum. would be surprised to behold I 1 slight a favor by the Senate Judiciary rMraA
man tn politics L far less confident that the the- eat and similar r.,-.... .t
loads ha* labored without bid I "I came down here to explain' the nt jerked swiftly from under I ory is tenable. They are pessimistic group. I the weak.A .
Corpus ChrtstL Next January, if the Congressman -
ere pmenal publicity and power. not to apologize or take back" boat the arsenic theory. ;
i.eeiesjlltia I* beast law government the logic"began Clark. i 1 predicated on jettisoning of encounters similar evasive man has to settle wiMi fa e t i
4M order he expect tn his own Then eyeing those he suspected, The House Agricultural Committee Lewisite mustard bombs aft- tactics he proposes to take the mind and will what xwt ., t! I
tn'e' d $ Jtatot.MM of engineering the scene for their I. has by.passed Florida's er the war.Neither gas lid off. if necessary by a floor he is going to be-a man *f ..**>,
aft a Noeas energies u chairman of aivefme&tal political advantage Clark declared important agricultural problemsin address. It's common knowledgethat rity. or a cheater and sraltM At
i efficiency commltte -I : its selection of cities for hear- 1 theory according to the Republican stalling tactics cording to that derision M .. Man lsr

I .tfl the acute revealed In 1944 "It's not so bad to be swal-lingS on a permanent long range present knowledge fits all the are intended to seat a Republican asset to society or a p*.MM

tAt feture of a vast sum of lowed by a whale, but to be nib- program. facts and some of the facts seem judge on the Florida Federal living upon and robbtnc seen ft*
J'i'BwMte meaty tor the Jxirt of *pettftt ,, bled to death by minnows is one In a list of 20 towns from coast to wash out both theories ir- bench stalling until 1948. matter by what polite legal ..... M 'w
I titoroeys by State agencies of the most painful deaths a man to coast three were named in the refutably. Neither the localized Rep. Price has one silent part- his action may be CO",". w t1M .
awl wfctte BO general prohibition can die!" j South: Rocky Mount. N. C.: Jackson J falling of phosphate dust from the ner. The Republicans privately\ When Zacchaeus, the Ji... era *o b.a.air

......... alt employment was I Laughing in remembrance of Miss, and Temple, Tex. Why (Boca: Grande loading docks nor fear that their 1948 hopes are tax-gatherer who climbed ma a
I entail iMrpty fry thl dildOl- the episode, Judge Terrell adds: t lFlorid.'. Important fruik'Veela- the dumping of many gas bombs, : fading so why stall an obviously tree to see Jesus and chatted **.* +
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t Tilt Miamians Win 1-0


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i BROOKLYN API) The Brooklyn ... ..JIIIk.. 1'irw
k 4w>f k. e i. hr a tine cfceerful Dodgers nipped the Cincinnati i N y seIO

s tia V iltll4 wnbaai.lonI.dIp Reds.5.. yesterday to maintain Crown TonightThe .... .. ..

411 StatewideItenfcPjiJii their six-game lead over the St. ..... Me .IOO :.
l Louis Cardinals but the victoITID&J' .1Nt _
ClearwattrBombers Bkat
to be costly one for fl.r .. .
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the Brooks. ans.To. .
I. tit.. a./ wilt The Reds apparently incensedby ) 1v Clippersof Miami ....... r 1i/. .. ale-.

if6a+.L A% IIPI.ftfft. the knee Injury suffered by :
nings before the OM.i allA .
1\\ 0 4S JI.t* *P by1.tl Pitcher. EweQ Blackwell at the ed victors 10. in tfcc ... .... C" "
flMMMa $ e.esiM plat: two days ago when he collided 't.yp Vs "
Ala t11 Marna NE aura itI with Brooklyn's-Pete Reiser ball Tournament a4 Btl..r.4.a. ,s !

fame at the Dodgers with spikes Park last night. _.4" ,eh,> 41I.

et flying Ed Stanky and Pee Wee The win threw tike Mwe11/t ..., ... .4Nr 1.FISIIM .

gE t .has 4 N "4l tll.w hie atbM Reese were both spiked. into another day fit i piM to
victory in the ft*.* iin, .
Stank spiked theleft strtr
the tit M I_ ( metost was over
kneecap by Tom Tatum in r1 oar.I for the Miami ell. t11-air .* ]
the first Inning. Outfielder ers in the doublea'" p4 "
fi1T at41T* +. .sk Aag4t Carl ForilU also was spiked going will get another track at t.*. 1....

Into third but stayed in the inthe tiUe-deoate oft M I r .
No w $ .t NIttM tiro t e ant x today.
gane. Reese was gashed by I.
Bert Haa In the ninth and -- ---

-- r .1E.1I .... WAwr United off the field with a severe jc '1 'Mr. X' TacklesMassey

. .. ..... a M at wra{ wound over his left instep. i j

1fT .. t = __ M M If (MO A1.eII1Mra Th Dodgers sewed up the game Al in Mat
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in the very inning scoring :/
a five times on as many hits off fT Feature Tuesday

j IM .. IIJrrn'''' ..J.i .... Iln t. .,.... ., Johnny Vandermeer. Behind this
f'l - we.it oq th.It.1 opening Inning cushion little Vic x1K Mysteriou Mr X aM A! .....q ""> .-

.st i.. ...... lad Ntaken Lombard! breezed to his. ninth Titory. <> will Uncle In the MMTuesday's .. '
: <3. allowing hits. AmVet ....taIW site .
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t tot MM *.** b. .11Wt .3r1 I I'l .brS Is : / : battle with Been KM+Aw.eTofficiating ..
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i.. ..... .. b.4 sRNl.i gIttsbt .... 're.M $* N. : : :M Ii irmrillajf:RelrrIf iI 41111tsw.4l t 41L..55a1 : io1J .7rt...';' hw.'W.. s:: dlum will meet Ted .-..... :J .-.. ; .V

tr1 t141 t1i1KIliltlV I I I J UvanU.a 4 I 1 I I Johnny Carlinr. O.r" 11 .. _
141x7.. I I 1 4 411-1)< .rjf 4 I IIIa. : BRILLIANT SOFTBALL BATTERY Herbert Own Staff Photo McCoIlum I/A '.. _
.... tlttlll IIN..ILrM .... M Bluele ...taa 1 J .1 l.1 I I I 1 : j I I'Q. The first 50 w.... __ JUG .

.t ,. .1r R1tw1I .. +.III A.M M.4r Mt. ADd I. Dudley, sensational l pitcher for the Blackburn j dent at Stetson, while Hancock is a strong win receive spretal ... ..- : ; 4we }

Bombers of Clearwater and Hancock I candidate for honors -- - ;
Harry
.IdY7., a I I I S1.laadlp J I I I I first-string center on .
I ... t..*"M. M .*4 .... N.U after .w.... I 1\\ : his catcher, inseparable friends, ranks as the Jack McDowell's 1947 Rollins football team. Elpis( Romps Home ...... > .' I-

Iii ... /Lisa. Oabal ......e ..*. Ttkrt** w.p T_*.. M-----i til M1f| ToulaS4--.-lilt--'U State's. greatest softball battery combination.Eddie Hancock has caught Dudley ever since the To Win HandicapMAYS ,,.. .. .. -,. ....,. -

.... s&r ....... ... Yet. ir# .altowtatiMi ,1sd_ .._.._ aM far Hetfcl km. tk.. 121 Hk..!. Ml-5 Moore, right, is manager of the potent Clearwater whiz started compiling his sensa- LANDINO M J AP ." < '
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a-: Walk.*?. r rtD., ...._ 2. Halloa.kana I Clearwater team. Dudley is a ministerial stu- tional mound record. William G. Hefts By1{ 4N... armor ... ...
a- M: 'BMOT .. d..*... .Walker. -- - home five lengths ahd .f Chns- : I
q. .. sail .... ......, help 1b..a, l.M.MMk MMtam 1 a.... KoMosan.t 011 .
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: it -_ 0 .. __ BttA ... g MM tMsli.gnt b.NL _..*. > *. ..... but: -...- 8eMU : Ted I I Miss America Hs.*... _MW I...
$ Its --.4IIf.:.. fill ilIr. t1.M .*..... And w_b1.--.. ; ..,.Uh...rJ.utf MUlr Doable< )pUn(11*:. Urn z- Braves WhipChicago Schroeder BUG Wallop I{ day feature of the AUs.t. Cm ... "" ... ,

Wr aw- IfL.ar1 t11tI1 the ....... wffnMl 1w **4 Two Lft a* but: Cincinnati H.VaMMi \ racetrack yesterday a.tf leas taw t'M'N +. .... +IrlIe11Ol.

__ -fi Pk HMi 9* ttbBllip p .!. 7i111Ml Af werrJ" li tn..... IUM ftnk.M...talte.: Hood: Bali.. I.LomtMnU Biddta S.Ha 1.. Kramer Add To I! earnings for the year w .!._ ... .

C SI (fii Ttafer Mm 11. 1-1 luiau; Hall tII Helena K. HAIl""ttt's -Htg w. ..

I 1I.d_. t........ I* Ilk. .IM. um. T.......t Ill MM: a"**..*...I.:la CMla:J. *lean jorto pttctwr and: Bin.TIBAM 104BOSTON Giants Twice I I was third, three and a half ltt.>.*>. ==&:

Urtf! 1.. le ai {i1M..r fled L/tisq tan{. !-. tM.A's. Net Laurels; behind Cauargo. F1ps ..v..W Mr
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L i I! Blank rAP The Boston BROOKLINE Mass. AP] NEW YORK [APJ Smashing out i iI i; S3.10 in the Matuels and tM. .t- M l.. -e

__ hlif.etl .. hi .Uuatl NsTk4 Braves opened up right at the I i Whatever doubts there were about I a total of 24 hits the Pittsburgh :'j I; 275 to-her earnings- .::: ':- .s ss S LI!

I1. I..afbal'. ..M.M. tNT 111. ,I start yesterday with a four-run I the lineup of the U. S. Davis Cup Pirates took both ends of a twin Rtlt'... .1147a .... V

li..i.lJr. X11 f tt 1 ......... Linda 117 Browns, 70ST. first inning and a five-run second defending team for next week's !i bill from the New York Giants I j R. I-... ..
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LOUIS I API Hurler Dick as they whaled out.a 10-4 victory challenge tie with Australians j yesterday winning the opener 11- i
ea4it.F_ ttMlrw WItkd In.t over the Chicago Cubs. The Braves \110 \
fowler scattered four hits and an I appeared eliminated after Cali- and the nightcap 4-0.
collected 15 hits for a total of 23 .
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bases Red Barrett chalked fornians Jack Kramer and Ted Wally Westlake singled what
IIB. ... tiliMLtbtd help the Athletics to as up
= ... Philadelphia r'
,: ...... .* II .*> "Ilk .... .! tl.ta a '7 to 0 trimming of the St. Louis I i his 10th win of the season. 1 Schroeder regained the -pre-war f, proved to be the winning runs in R .. . r,

W ,.. .+. M e.t103' Browns-four of the runs coming :.' All of Barrett the Braves hit safely excepting I laurels by defeating Bill Talbert the eighth inning of the opener. "".. -..

--' in the -Ai sixth: inning attack.nn and Dick Culler :;: and Bill Sidwell of Australia. 6-4, 'I The Giants scored three in the
: and Connie. Ryan got his fourth
Starter : uKi der-: *- I ninth and had the potential tying t i !"
7-5. 6-3. in the final round of the
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: I a a single while t
Three Brownie errors helped 66th National Tennis run on third base but Kirby Higbe
Frank Doubles
McCormick collected
Spit/alt key Eyes Memphis Philadelphia club in their run- two third Pirate pitcher struck out
doubles and I
a single.
gathering two of them accounting : I Championships yesterday at Long- Willard Marshall and got Ernie

for the opening tally in the CHICAGO.krb IN] d> BOSTON sbr(N]$ wood Lombard to fly out to end the J .+.ag.

;j m ...< to Mound/ Corp fourth frame. Rack. Sb s 1 1 ; IjHohay..d 12211w..ku.lb I t I It now will be surprising if Kramer t game. : .. .:-
'un"..IA CJ $T. LOUIS 11 I 1 I 1 tlI1IUC'U.d'; I I I 1 ....
I i Pa! ..d C I 1 4 IItt.h1.tY, 4 I I 4 1Gm.eta. and Schroeder not only are Johnny Miie of the Giants
. ., f, 6 bt. ...t teli $Aver was .rll..1 I I I I fIDlI1iDl1'ftt.: .3v3 1 l' 5IIf.I.rr 1 .. 4 I I b NF.Ulnttlb I I I I Sxtrtlistl assigned all of the. singles assignments V
belted his 39th homer of the
..... s 1 I i riu.rf; 4 1 I I 1 4 I I 2/lF.MlMk.IkII 13 15rhef but also the team match ; t' -t
... welt Milt Rs..it because _.a3.If I I I t .rUhon 4 1 I'ralLl. 1 ,,tnr.e 4 1 I I 13Iw.. 4 I I 4 5Jc3ma.2b i season with two on in the fifth VVl9itt
... .... .. .., t luamtnl< the 1 111 1'RMtk.K' 4554 $ I I 1 13 1 I 1Rwaa 11C/ _... 3111 4 I J C .2Loneyi5 against almost the same lineup of while Ralph Kiner of the Pirates I|
CM/.Ld I I I I 1 St.pb.aaal I I S I I Australians from whom they lifted
8t-.a 4 1 I I J1s.n.u. J I 1 1 I V unloaded his 37th in the .
.. 171 ... M 1M Mt LeaguestMMl .a II 1lTJ.ia.irLIb 4555 $
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III 1 1 I I R1trIItIek.D: J 1 1 JM. 1 I I half of the fifth with 1J---
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t -- ,..... 1 l 1 I IlaPnntIM I 1 1 1 -----I I I 1 I'' While gaining their sixth on. I,I
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|1Kisd.r.)-.e fI 11111 S I11'Wt. II Total 38 4111411)) Tkali 3415112713 straight women's titles. Louise In between games. Hank Greenberg .;
tkil 171tm't up to. par. I .... I 1 1 I 1IbtanU. 1 bksts a nirf_ eat. far :lade. .Im. Itla.111I ins Brough and Margaret Osborne detested Pirate first baseman was

;.. .*k.. HfikM Mtt at least 1$." 11111 Bases __ _ 4M **l IPa 1114-1/ !,j Doris Hart, and Mrs Patricia -:i honored by friends and Neighbors
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.b .. fiMMf MM*** far J rkn. "HBank. Trw 41 Til IT lit| Tntala 11-1 427-J .... F. McOmlrk 1. M..... Twb..v kKa: Rack.' ;; ly cautious title 'match. It was the i presented with a $500 check for t te. J: .....
: 5-... far tarty to TtL Cararmu. Hail. r. XcVormlrk: 1. Elliott. Riaa third time the champions have |: the Rehabilitation Institute which
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iM6t ; !frill t.ftt. lli f TW.day, aid MarN r.&IMoltIUa _ _ Mal tel l52-t Bl"n: Rack t. 11 aitktcv OaUnto B,.. .. since the latter upset them in the | ally he received a scroll wrist b-
II. 1.s.. __ F. McCm.kk. left o* .....: OUeato .. BMUa .... .
.... V* B.mr already It'e It'ef. lb-s .. Wimbledon Women's Team finale. watch and other gifts. --
j i Inn: Iola.. ftrplirw. Joort Moulder. Me'fmtn. Bases a kaDa: err MlnuU t. off La4o S. of j jHKST ...... .
:taM. Ina...., ...... .. Baakbtad.j Boa batted tm: Suds. MeCe&ky X. Joost.I . Bamn L ItrtJra: kr I. I .. =
1 E*-'. Tw-kaaa Stoat Sudrr. llcCwty. DUUn- Hita: off 8cfemlu 4Is 1 taaln-; ofT Lad II ta rimiuftCH (N) HEW YOU: IN) ..... ... : .
I[ .... wt.btss Bankhead.I I I I la t>em Wan: kUmkU Blnln. Doubt plan T. toiiaf. pitcher: ecbainx. "'.pits: Btrltck. .irks.. 55,555. ...... l' ""
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going any- k '- a sun a kana: Fvirlcr .. kUader 3. ItO.ff S I 1 Kerta S I I 1 I -- .
.tt wsiM tend good man. '!|,I MwMn L utka Mia: fowler 5. Kiader I.M i Gatttm.lk 4 1 1 I 21Tb.maisef I I I IS' Y "- '"
s : fIIff Ktnlar ( ta < famuun: Potter 1 ta I: Cards To Send Ktmr.B a 111 .1!Mtz.lk S I 3 4 Ir.Ior&.I" ..
.. r.*4 to Mat III heard of an "..... I .. I. ..... attrkcr: Kinder. Vmplre: I Guy LombardoRED 4 1 5 T 1 Manhan.rf I' I I 4 Ka ..rts.
*UG *M. CrWw awl joo a. Ti..: I.U.I >Mirt 1 I llLMtanM.c I S I S i lBMnR.b I I II .__
,to m IM Mit that could run.ix : till Week lb 31151 .
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tMf t MM. Mid probably !I Clubs BANK. N. J. rAP Danny I R..n.e 3 1 t 4 llUftrtOk 1 3 J 3 t41k.)4 :4. q ... t
it ; seal tt tN Dodger out- Bill Leiser New Foster in his Miss Pe.ps V copped 1. It tlK\ ...l...11 I S 1 I 1 1 I I'I .-to 1e. AIIM- i
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both ten-mile heats of the "Judge"EmU 'I 2 5 VttnufII I. 15 5
.:;-1< ,.,. .. +r1Ai -- -- Grid Writers Prexy j Auerbach trophy race yes- G..II. I .'Ttu*'... . 5 1 t I IRllbe. TRIAL HORSE ',.rPondurong . . ''- J
i 1''l" ..... .. tl'- tN.u.1 Ptpn. author of [Speto! Tie S-mdev Sep'.rtel-Start terday, beating Guy Lombardo's I ., 5 I I 1 SIc tq? 11111'' : : + -1 1 a-. s _V

'*. .....M ease. was appointed',, CHICAGO rAP Bill Leiser of DAYTONA BEACH-Mayor Ernest Tempo VI which took second Tx.U -----1 31 11 14 !7111! ,....). -33151:27- - I Khade s.' t n4' n ..t .

L. :: ; #) a :: t .* hen ..... to the English i,I the 'San Francisco: Chronicle wasI L. Padgett yesterday made place.In. .-Mphf tar Bmrtl _ta 7tk.brnwre I front of the gray Of'* .to"!

.. > w--t *.%. la tf... he did not I i I: elected new president of the Football public a letter received from Joe I both runs Foster went off Hntlt. Inc_Trfaki Nr K Im> .hi.k.Hmr .35. 'I at Belmont Park The M. .

t t r r ** iMhrt tAi tnuHfttticaUoa taI Writers of America at a meeting Ziegler general manager of the last while Lombardo took the h. Imlop:
of Barodo flew Fsisbd IIIP _
'-, ._ St. Louis farm iI i _ haraja +
.t Friday which adopted system: in which PltubIk '" /!* -
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constitution. it was stated that St. Louis would j horse to this country aw.n4.*
I maestro offer a challange Inn Ldrka -.n. R..4 m.oi.. I
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Columbus .
": '' :: =""""" -= 4 I Bert UcGrane of the Des Moines of the American I i nthe final lap. but Miss Peps. | Km ktttnl ta: TlMwni t. 9> . I for $6,000 race to pwr11 VI

Register was re-elected secretary. Assn.; Rochester of the International the boat which showed Lombardo -,I GunKbn:. MilitM' 1., Onrluft.,,'fad... K L.-r.TkmkaMtw. Mm i.I .. J.tm.l'Ia(: I demonstration of or t....stilt
Also elected three League: Columbus Ga ofI I .. ..,. ... I
I were new directors ; the way home in the Interna- : II. . )Lnga Una 1"' G-
for future intemotional. _.. .
and a new second vice-presi the South Atlantic League and tional Gold Cup maintaineda > Ki M. )(... fatten kww: K" r. .1.Baseball's
races
I dent. Hal Middleworth of the Omaha of the Western League powerful drive to win. i kurak tine: *n.allae.New Tork Baa"J.. Bw 1.oI\ w w kalSiMlfto hue: : lIarrl'l, I G..rJ I I

Dally Oklahoman. who.automatically here for Spring training next I Foster averaged 70.783 miles per I : ; 1. RrMw Z, B. H, 1.U--r':;: 2.I I I IHiffco
I L Stnkmtt, : R alo 1. VinilriM 1.Tnn.t. I II I Big Six
becomes the organization'spresident Spring. It was the first formal ..
hour In the second heat and 69.124 I. HI.... L Ski: art K to liaS -
two years hence. commitment to be made by the m.p.h. in the first. Foster's times I i InsIo.l; Bnia 4 ta t (MHO out ta ,tk; Trinkjo t I The Aso'r *-**
Cardinal chief.Abraham I; ifMiw 7 In 4 1-1: Ba.'j 4 In 11; I .
Fay Johnson of the Nashville I were 8:44:0: : and 8:28:3: : against .. I la IBit kjr. pUrlm: kr. 8111.: I (Tkrw (..*. ta aw* laa .(.l
I Tennesseean named . ,.. I'_ aM CIO ..S Is.lr. 4.
was first vice-! Lombardo's 8:45:0: and 8:31:0.: The ). Wild ftutmSmlton.' TrI." j -74
f Lincoln IS" .. tNtrttor: Mast; k..mt .. rh T- Best FUHK 11? U> 4t Mt wwdha.
president. Leiser succeeds Francis once patenteda
final .
this will
I heat of event be . Tl_ 213. I cad *. 111 I /5 M NI IB
RuTA .1 Gres ;
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as the new president.New shoals." Foster has 800 and.Lombardo. 600. I SECOND: SAMU -,-iS1.. 11. MI.! ..> IMBv . Vtw* .-.' .. ft' ee ..
I directors --- I PITTIiUHtM elected were; - --- I 6.L.. RBAb the ill A kjlMm. 1M
.55511 .555.3 11- SIlIst Ie
Orantland Rice of New York; H. BtkwCtf 4 I I 1 nsY.n.g 4152 "..11Laa_ a_ 3.....
O. Salsinger of the Detroit News; 'Montana Shooter Grand I Wt.UM.lfKaw 1 15 I UlTTM 4 1 5 J 4 tH.'S HfclMrrCilhm. IM -
Jack Clowser of the Cleveland I, Cops a.rf 1. 1 S IT1.... .d' e. 1 1 torMMMM a>* tM) nkincr. ... .... ....
i I r..._.... 4 1 It 1V| !<..!' 4 S 115 I Piran M I- *_- 1 ..... ', .. .
Press. I "_.11 1 1 I J M1tn.i. .. 35151 !' .... .- a.. '. ,. J ....
I I American With 99 Fr.l1 4 5 5 I 1\1.1.(..oiaa S 1 I 3 1BldytSb 11- 5... '-. .. ....
Handicap a 4 Ill l.ManhaH.lf. 4 1 1 I 1 Matiwal LaaVIM. a_.M ',__ IV
Browns Release 1)5(0)( .. J lit Vttrk.A 3 5 I S 3Nlilaa GiaaraKliwr. I .9 t
I VANDALIA Ohio [AP] He insists he's a better trout ._ 4 111 4 ..........n 55522 :, rintnManbaL. I r ..
S m", 4 I 1 1 IRs.a.ap; I' I 5 I Glartf ; r.c 1
fisherman than he is a trapshooter-but ,IJ-n p 11511 -
Negro 41-year-old Hugh --- -
Players
I' !.Ransil 1 I I III I
Crossen Gardiner, Mont., yesterday won the clay targetsport's 11.....,' 11151'I '
ST. LOUIS rAP Henry _
I Thompson ---I IT -
and WUlard J. Brown. Negro I biggest prize, the 48th Grand American Handicap.The tab U 411T II l! Tviala 11 1C IS r
*-*'nifl4\ f<* Je MO tn >>*. j jPln
players purchased by the St. Louis red-faced big-game hunter and all-around soorts- _... oio IM .ao-iatano. !li lil.
Browns man Cracker 99 of the flying I IM a'4 aM IEnI
i last July 17, were given disc< TIOII - -
: "IMr. LI...'to-. 1If'''.'__ n..rtoK -
k their unconditional release the Friday from 22 yards in a brisk
at .
wN.t ba.4 V: lists 1 1I'.t
end of yesterday's game with the ,I wind and then sat back to watch i laurels. with scores of 98 were Kikar T.a-baM Sin. : 11.1_, R.11 .-.lvonk. '

E. Philadelphia Athletics. A spokes-I 'the rest of the two-day field of I John R. M. Taylor of Eustis, Fla., iM l>mM m* :playa LIsa: Blnodmrtk.Maim bans Wioirtauw: K:>
man for the club said the two men 1.786 starters biggest in history I and Paul L. Foster of Miami, Fla. utd FkHdwr; .... WidaisiaM aa4 ria ek..r. --
had failed to reach: major league try to match his feat. ..* a..4 l akrk.. Let w ..-.: nuitanh a; 1 " Ice
standards. They couldn't do it, although 15 I i G. J. Creeden, Orlando, Fla, I"..... Trk. .. .BMW. M. kalla. : Ham. i J nca .. ,+ s+al)
L 11""* iirt : "* 4. Hanoi L Soil. L
wound up with scores of 98. So turned in a 97 from 21 yards Hun 1 : off Ilaolnw: = 1 ta : ,
1 : Crossen picked up prize checks yesterday while R. C. Coffer, I 4 13: '::7"Ia' Wits purl. H Laos
Polynesiaq Heads Field Orlando had 88 from the 22- rag pr.har. Hanes Crplns: Grs ... Rear
;' adding up to around 5000. He i' an ,I...... y...: 215.HOLDEN. :I II
;:1. 4'k I I For Garden State Opener 1 did it in his sixth attempt at the I II yard marker. In the National
"Roaring Grand." I i Doubles Championship 100-tar- VICTORIOUS j
3 CAMDEN. N. J. rAP Polynesian I, Crossen's shooting in the preliminary I I I get race: R. C. Graham. Orlando I England j
} world record holder for six and Grand scored a 61. D. Richardson: a 68 LOUGHBOROUGH.
furlongs heads a field of nine handicays 1little American: I and R, C. Coffey had: a 73. IAPJ Jack Holden won the Ama-
: short of
,
4 I sixth choice running sprinters of the named$10,000 for Added the I' sensationaL In the former, Ii,I I Rudy Etchen. 24-year-old pro- teur championship Athletic yesterday Assn. in marathon 2 hours > STOCK CAR RACBI VM f
from 21 yards, he broke 98. I
They fessional with the Hercules Pow 33 minutes 22.2 seconds virtually.
Camden
Handicap. .Monday'sopening
I
day feature at Garden! moved him back: a yard for the i i der Co.. won the pro end of the assuring that he will represent!' Florida L"ftted l t.... ,'.. i"I IR di

big one, and he responded by 11 ""Grand breaking 95 from the Britain at that distance in the .. ...
State Park. I t L..a.d .s A4p MM
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--- r breaking 99. j! 24-yard line. Etchen. although
a
... I 1M Fort. ; I 1948 Olympics. I
chompo.1ship skeet the El-
( Chief competition for '!Iff
Capt. F. J. Bennett of Miami 1
I ;' youngster has had a sensationalcareer ,I FIRST HALF.MILE: aAae 11
." ; } r"l! .. top honon In the Air mendorf Stable's Sprint Ace slatedto Fla. air line pilot who won the :I at the traps. He's the only j CENTRAL ,.,... .
,, t be handled by Willie BalzaretU :
'- : _;: ) 5 Tswnxiwerrt, in progress big handicap last year, and Char- i one to win the national doubles al '

1 > ,< .4- l 7 1l.M. SKon here IittingleftIj' probably will be provided by ,I ley (Sparrow! Young. 85, of i three times and on top of that he I Busses leave In.111 tasftme
Shamrock Stable's Air Patrol.
,. 4oW I. Springfield, O. the 1926 victor won both the sub-junior and Jun-
{ Col.
No\tm'Ie"
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> Robert with ADMlV. ON I'' II
"t' a perfect score broke 96 each ior crowns twice. >
M I t Wilion (lOrlondol Air express shipments for 25 yesterday to pace the ex-cham- Mrs. Roy Meadows of Grimes usm[ @ CnRS

_ : Mi H fifts% M.5gt. Richard D. certified airlines in the.United pions in their futile attempt to Ia.. won the women's grand Amer- 5 THRILLING, PAW ifili ,
t States totalled 320,527 for May or break the old tradition that no ican shoot-
... ftemt oft el Orlonda Lt Col. one handicap winning a I
more than for the entire year of can win the "Grand" twice. j off from Mrs. Reba Peters of : 500 W.CENTRAl AVE. I

..:;.T & __of Ot tt not shown. 1935. Railway Express reports. Just missing .a tie for the\ big Springfield. O. I I

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II I Orlando, Florida August 24, 1947 Sty finnfctg !' 'tt1ttntl-f'tar __ .,_ %.p t [II

Zedalis Facesleesburg -
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i '" ".c>-"" : Ty Cobb Fined $25 : Orlando GolferIn Dutch Girl Shares I'Sanford SipGainesvto



1- Here I For Drunkenness Honors With Curtis

; PLACERVnJ.B, CaL UPI Tyros CHICAGO [API A phenomenalDutch

. ,1 I Raymond (1'11 Cobb. the former Driver's SeatIn girl with a stomach ache
"0>' ,, I I. baseball star was fined $25 '
twice bettered the American 290
1
At 3 ; yesterday on a charge of drunkenness I
Joday stroke record and
meter breast
p.m. on a public highway. His attorney -

.. ., ,, I appeared in court for him I America's top Olympic prospect 3 3er
A 7 'r.'w m.'"" Reno In 7 7-3 CM
I ISoerah to The Sunday Sentinel-Star) i and entered a plea of guilty. Tourney set a new American 400 meter ,
11ft.t f'1'iN'I'tiN. Our Own Staff PhoW' McCoIlumtKr04joh I The attorney T. S. Marlor. told
LEESBURG Putting togetherfive I mark in
( free style yesterday second
..... .... -1 4...4 wt t a.e 111$ trothed the rails during his trial run. hits an error and a passed Justice of the Peace T J\ Lewis session of the National AAU aAA14
that Cobb didn't In court RENO, Nev. TAP! Veteran Ky g
# .. 4 t" t4 (lt...d4 In No. 88 is Paul Sanbom Jr., winner of the ball in the seventh ining the Pirates : because he was not appear well. He said Laffoon of St. Andrews HI.. and Women's Outdoor Swimming meet t p ter ttsll. >twltI

F3' ;oo ... ........ ....., .. 2 M halt hilt Cecil Dobson is to Sanbom's left,! chalked up five tallies and j that concern over the charge add- Orlando Fla, knocking par groggy i yesterday. I .... ..-.

<'. 4 .... ,.,. .... 19erTe, L B Michael l is behind close to the rail whileport ,,'broke victory a over deadlock the Orlando for a nine Senators to four i' ed to the distress caused by Cobb's swept into the lead of the I! Net Van Vliet of Hilvenum a tAe 311 !:I

.. .. : falling health. Lewis the ,,72-hole $15,000 Reno Open Golf w.- tstlr .
IItt... fit Ir.Ift! WI (Of ot Ma French's car can be seen at the here last night. accepted : suburb of Amsterdam won the
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1 tlsltta
t plea refunded bail of Tournament yesterday with a' I noesI.
# .. far left. Joe Jones started for Orlando $25 and assessed breast-stroke with 2:581:
> It ... .. wio 1Ot et I the $25 fine. three round total of 204. He card-i crown a de.ss1a1 r/rr sill
'" .. vw I and was reached for 14 hits and : clocking in the finals aft er '"loaf I Peek .. I
i ed a 34-33-61 to jump to the i N II
all the runs before Gene Major front of.the field. ,I I ing" to a qualifying 3:30.4, both of 0....... cliff 1t...
I took over in the seventh and which pulverized a 15-ytar old .
ti
Enter Laffoon's ifve-under-par third dpi .
'Mr1To Today's Races hurled shutout ball the rest of StandingsFLORIDA' round enabled him- to pass the \ American record of 3063.: cf 1M ...........-. ..

the way. halfway leader Ellsworth Vines I Upholding American prestige pel'be1.'
f The Senators scored first in : peerless Ann Curtis of San Fran .,Mwu ....
a fir his tar but escaping: without the second when Bevil was hit by Ta ay-a STATE Cam tissue :: who blew up to take a two-over: I Cisco captured the 400 meter free I ........u. __
74
par and fall back into a three- . .
juries himself. in-I' a pitched ban. stole second and Un*.ri M OBI.AM*). style title for the fifth consecutive f.
Ip d The DeLand Piro-.t Pt ,.. l way tie at 208 strokes. : '
racer was scored Garrison's shaving
on single to -uM.d ..._ I year with a 5:21.5 time -
t n.
but didnt know 11 he could get center field. P.luk..t. t lMl. I In between were Taul Jopr, I II five-tenths 'of a second from I Iy KpI1Us. .._ Ie. .
hi* car back in shape for today's j' In fifth with one away Ly- La Habra, Cal. and Eo" J. Har the American record of 5:22 set ." -,. ;

events. I IIlilh brand and Manning walked with Taa. W L NATIONAL Pet SB- TUB IEACUE W I Ptt. CtBmokln I rison. York Pa, tied at 206; by Nancy Merki of San Francisco p=:.. :. .: : .
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.n the favored list ofeanc Braziel singling to score Lybrand. TJ47.4IJ IPitrbrrb $! M .43t HH I and National PGA Champion in 1939.Reynolds. I ..... s ' --.-.. .
is J. B. Anderson Winter In'seventh. with one away Bra- 1. Loorie III 12.58. I iCIwinitl .W M .4" U I Jim Ferrier and Herman Reis

Haven speedster along with I riel singled but was forced at second xew.a.n TT 7M.SA4..n.IIII"PltIl.H4CVral! I31T.441 4tt.41214* I er, deadlocked at 207. Joprs. I
1 ea fk Marshall league veteran Day on Bevil's fielders choice. RawlU Vaatara'ayPtttalMnh little known major tournament I Gets ...
aaNAt t.na'eaeh driver who crashed II-4. :Saw Tort Itt.Boawa cmopetitor, scored hole in : ,
Garrison singled and Justice doubled ) I', Olnf 4. a one j 1'"f .
+ 1Aetb daring the July 20 races while to left field to bring them .... Lusts J. rhUadalpMa LBraoktT daring his round, on the ISO- j : . :
taking a practice torn. Drivers both home. .. ClnrlMUti 5.Taaaya yard third hole. 116th TriumphIn

I from Jacksonville. St. Augustine, Moose Salter paced .the hitting FmhaMa littfcm: :twos Caaw ud tat rands .. Tied with Vines at 208 were Bill I II ,
I:: Ft. Pierce Cocoa and Central with four for five including a dou- ,.ar"t" M.,. Nary Phoenix. Ariz.. and Jimmy!I -= M e I- .. .: w ,
Florida will rompete. j fi. LasIt Bate.-Dhl.I's t-12) n. 141.y'71i I. 13-6 ClashCLEVELAND T.1 ... ___ ",- ", .
ble while Jay Stebbins I
+a.'lllbslle came Demaret. Pre-toumament favorite | I ..... ...... ...- -
r While, race officials weren't talk- 1 through with three for five and Cairac.. ., :S_ Tat .. ,
we '14 I,. James (14-11 and Iitt IInttttorik *). .
Ins of TAP Affie
the fans ]
Reynolds
1 t1'1a>t many present yes- Catcher Bill Hall with two for ., Branaln Bo*.* ("/s .*. j which gave him a 54-hole total i : lids..: :' L's., ..: twat.
t t t1s! tw terday expecting a repetition from three both being doubles.' Branra tl74)fPonpnatI ''of 209 the same as Al Smith of became the first pitcher in the l w Iba a 31..rrt 1 a .. -. .
last month's scramble when six : Leesburg will invade Tinker I it niiliMnlili (!)-rattnai (SJiM ) Winston-Salem. N. C. i American League to gain. 16 victories e5.a. M at1al .
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UrtT 11Ill" -*> .. Jwriack4> ao4 loss j .. ...... .
4 / et llfl,# wrecks occurred sending a smallcrowd Field at 3 pjn. today for the sec- '.. j Former U. S. Open Champion j I! yesterday as the New York ...-.. ,r_ ,srw
n home with "crackup fa- ond game of the series; with Stan Lloyd Mangrum was bracketed j Yankees lashed out 17 hits to of... atI
I el ." i AMERICAN IEACUEW 1 trounce the Cleveland Indians j .
Zedalis. slated to seek his 13th W L ro(. 'Ii Taaai W I Pit. ClTT I at 210 with California Open TitleHolder I I
9 1 er ill III Today's card calls for fire races victory against 11 setbacks being A?."Tt 4!.An 'Tlr laiKl M!M.SIT n'9 Art Bell and Marty Fur- i 136. flew
teraIS -t1l"O heats for > Raw 1la1.344Il'fhka' .., M A..4.!HMU.UOI4 who for the
aIAIP 10-lap stock Reynolds. pitched
cars, ,
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II the probable Orlando pitching ......., ,W....... 4tM.4itl7 go]. Los Angeles.Among I
ar a consolation 25-lap Indians last tired In the
race a race choice.ORLANDO Pails 134.12714 'St.l.ml 4J TT 45J HNNtta I the other big name year
+iR tie! for skeeters from the St. Augustineand I I i itesk-une 'f1Ot..ayN I ninth after getting two out and
stars. Hamilton finished
Bob
sir 1 .' . : .w Turk 13. rirtUwxl 4.Wuhlntt'a .
I ab e 1
Clubs 213.1 Joe to retire the
Racing and the Page came on
Cocoa ........ ,
L, I 1 1 I I"ehbi".1I' S I Z I I 5. rmmt 3.PblIadetph4 third round for a total of
4 twtk Mat; featured % -lap stock car race. j I Mnnini.3kBrazM.rf I 1 .. I 3rehasrb.n{ I 1 'I S a I T. M. LNII i.BmiM I while Lew Worsham, was far back '! side.The
It4MMlai Busses will depart from the 1 I 1 .t.35 1 I 1 I at Ckinn. pod. rala.T I I'I'I I winner who has served up
I .,'. Cue.pmMM. of the at 215. f
R. I.of I 2 I I ellI.I..ff 1 Z 4. I pace
tnttli.e Greyhound Bus Terminal Wall .. home balls than
on more run any
(: "Ia It I I r S tt.nof 2212. pltdton: < and ht.II hi I
tM wtt SU promptly at 1:15 p. m. today ,J.tl.lh I' I 1 1 .id....,.! S 1 1 Z 1Rabmab prs.the.nl.Fe. other Yankee pitcher was socked
-- t Hall.r 11221AbtMe Turk at 0Iit-... (t'-".... Ul-4 awl
bound for the track. : : : ; for homers by Ed Bockman and
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llr.nnmlaMkTatala I 3I 2It I S. (' lit BUM ('-S' and BotTjiftSt.
b. o owe PAUL SANIORN Admission will be $1.25 and officials _.. I' '1 I IIGad.p 41114 ( i,:s Pat Seerey the 21st and 22nd he
Hit t>.y I* .beet? urged 'the crowd to come M.ior.e 1" 1 I I, .11..1.. { .t IMrait J>-Talnaan (*.*> ...dIlan. has allowed this season. '
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---I ---.- (J-14' n. Trarka (* 4| and > vha MT p
ltrwve1si /<. early and get choice seats in thelarge I >7 4 la:. 111 Tataia tTOrland ,11nIS 112'13'. NEW TORE IA) | CLEVELAND tat
ittr+tth Ih* rail OB the West turn.rottJaaderabat grandstand or good views -... by I.4n: WMhlrjtDB ., M. 3.1511Rsehrr IT-HI .. r b 511, .. r l .a
._ "'.......n t I I I HSIitdwttrfem I 13 3RIuat.r .
---.plIIllII-4 and firj t1'a. raiHito II.' and 8inf td
l 4 ta4etal '.beani damage to along the track from cars. I 1.arlw'v -- 10! IM III-. ; 14-1H. I I I t :,Uoranb.W a/ I I 1 I
-- j 4)) B.....,... 1 1 13 *, if1'Bmdmu I' I II
- ---'---- Emrt: trVraxd. Vimrini.: Ban. BitU ZeMaark. Bonn* at Oreland (r.trri. 1110sad
Ham kattad I.: Baiter. Ball. Ball.. S.Raurt. DotMa 7.a.. Ratdrr It.it and C ttal . M D -.cf 1 1 I S I,Nnny.d I I" l kitasali I
'Qullla.I' J 1 1 4' I 1 a 4 1I'tilUps.lb
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Bidifar. Garriao Brailal. Junta.Twarku
Ntt NotchIn tiita: ..u. Ball L 1',_.... ".lt.... INTEIalATIONAL IEACDE 7 I I 1 1 1 "'('....,.- 1/ 1 1 1 1 i
Washington Drops Tigers J...... R.ha ...".: 7elea.wi ".lter. GusWeld. T... W L Pct.1 7s.. W L Prt.Monml "I: Jnh.ss..Lb 1 1 1 1 1.1- I 1 1 1 1 j
BartL ..._..... HauMa ttar, *: ("_.Id. HI H ..t4.v.vark <. T4 ..,* k .i =: : : : E 5JJilieha.3b ap! k.uab 1 1 1 1
naxtota; Ijarand ta Jvitlr I* Bnt rtm i Z. : M M .***!KnHiOTtar M T< .454) .c I Ill.
.. =-Cltr ReysUds,. I 1 I I lIj4ut alb I 1 Ill
Error-Marred Win Lift a aw : Oriand II. Lrabnrf B. a* TJ M .M4 Raltiianr* M T .4J1BflfTahl
Scoring kaHk: afT tout* I. GoM 4. fltrark ..4 kr: I* 14 M: T__'. ST II ..111Rawta Fag.. I1II1143se4s.2b I Ill
Jaya4i Jann S. Major I. G ml t. Httt: err Janca 14 lat YntartfayBafTal ta 1 Itrey.Ib I I I lI -
DETROIT {AP) The Detroit Tigers slipped back into 1-. '''.. f ran; .ff Major 1 taf..1 Inmnn.ram. . I .. Montreal tJnqr 5 .F I IRe..... .. 11111rusw.tl. I I 1 I I I
Hit (ry rlidicr: kr Gal iB il) TmrtkalU City: 4. *rnnt I1I.ltI
aa Jsat _. ,
a virtual' tie for fourth place with the Philadelphia Athletics : AamL ':Laamf vHtkar: Jmra. Tatvlraa: j jI I -. 15. Nfark S.Tvnnt IEnt 111 11111 I.twlas.p Y
!i R.Ibt I and Mebl.y. Tlaw sr taow: Sao. '. RtrIIoI'f'r' S. .
vrtttrtUy as Marino Pieretti and Milo Candini pitched I I alas..1111 -
iStrphraa. 1 1 III-
tnltra4f hr5e tKtNr way over five Washington errors to bring the Nats a I I -----1 ,Ihi

_ .. tiM.ytI tM1b.i """ 1 ta 1 victory over the Tigers. Absence of Stars Totab a-Ppjnwd 4S eat 11 K for 17 III WlUii I Total.. MLX 1 a-112275 I

,. ..... .. ;;:ft.tti-.h n i.d"nft."il ';,...- 'Necessary' Tart _. III 11* palu'Clanla.d '

1 -I tint ....... ti. ass with a tore elbow, and Krrnra: 1IQI.CtID.a;: ,: Sal BnctauaX Ml 30.-gas|1

"I il r I .f C* 4iat, .ho relieved him. com- ( Prep Grid Official Failed To Slow/ Up Yankee Pace halted Brarliula IJI: .TMXani Lidrll S. Booiti McQuiu a t.Nay.wda..a.Miaxaw .. ..a.- '

t>*n.d] t. Burt a four-hltter that m, IItI a8L M.arda .. ron..,. T.I *aa -
4? 1MM.hw *M fTdlt.4le CandlnLrt44t Booking Service lr WHITNEY MARTIN .I bin: Edvarda. Intwso. A. Rokua**. aa..a NUT CATCH .
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Hatrhtnsoo. who worked NEW YORK [AP] The big, brittle guy is out of action n.-Linden Ss kits:Bodnaja.DiMaalpMutton.' """lite Nan RMM...._. on mit1 1 ,'jO a .... ,wtofTet

tl** .kM !.. trmlflo a* the third : Being Planned again for a few days and naturally Bucky Harris is none too iI4 ten and an 1'.kam'''': :9tlnw:i"n Turk.. U Kixnt: 11enl..d ual .rsitu.R.w ..141 .''tilV ***> "

BMPWa DcHfwi ,.tdwf, WM charted with happy about it, although he'd probably be a whole lot unhappier a* kalla: crT lUrix*!. 4. Knbraa 4. Wtnk> k RaionMw a OIL- .
tell IBM sheet' Oerry PrideS,', atn- } TAMPA APJ A booking service Vtrtk oats: KvvoMa s. Will L Htto: arT aax4At > Jf
doubleMM I lto if his Yankees weren't a sleeper jump ahead. of IS ta SS rm..,: Kmhr. S to I l- : in Sa...y ,. __
.i* Mad Prank Uaaouo'i i provide competent officials for .
Pap ta 1.3; Wtnia 14 In t-t: atfkM I to
s ,-.. IJ* in tM ninth and ''an' high school, football games on I the other teams in the American League race.. L Wlauin pitcOar Bt.umMa; ..... ytttStnKokiav. ttona'' l0. -.,.w ei << .

H.ar M anted' from second on !||I West Coast and Ridge Section The big guy, of course, is Joe I. Y raparrlla... V1'1'Ttiw",':tM.Bne. Honey R..I.N1 i IN.h. .a .. 4+0. __

IhilNr 1I1t.. third h1of the1 i I of South Florida is the aim of the I DiMaggio. and he's Incapacitated April '1939 when he chased a I

cease. West Coast Football Officials right now with a neck injury, I fly ball skidded on the grass
.......... ill Basso.' tAt j Auiu, Joe Dalton veteran referee which seems in a way to beretri- and wound in a hospital 4
0. .W 0.1.hb".w I said yesterday.A button. He's been a pain in the up
with which
eibll.rr I 1 I .badly injured leg
_s I. __ I. j meeting was called by the neck for opposing teams for years.
J : i t kept him out of the lineup about
itta.l . . . THE BOYS ARfi
s e e e.a
_. aae I' Ite.e.IbIII Ds.'a.I association for Monday night at Anyway, the club's situation Is five weeks.In .
twatu4 a. the University of Tampa to discuss unusual in that the two men I
abwd t t : iw.a+aa. s. $ : the plan. All schools in the who. before the season were April. 1940 he .injured his

rim-- I'1//s..3., si1.1. district have been invited to send considered absolutely necessaryto !right knee sliding into second base Rti v' z OFF TO SCHOOL

_.l.. 4 I I e---.. 1 11 II I representatives to the gathering the team's success are out of ,

s..a.a-. .I ., .. abwa.5 11111l 111 Dalton said.Stranahan. I the lineup. It's true that Di- j Brook-lyn
f Maggio has been in there most season opened, TOO MUCH REACH: Bean
.IiiC W..liiII, September of that year he came
Keller I
of the time but Charley (
.. Barnum Plunkett outreaches Pat
.. tiny
down with a Charley horse.
or
t..-..SSIII was in comparatively little before up.
He until August the following Torpkins as Chuck Earley lookson I
got by
-I - I forced to take to the sidelines -
.... .... .. ....... M J /QIII Meet for Crown year without further bodily co-ed
during a aquaballgame
I A'y".I .. ...... N K I !
4 41.317 .. ... r Rs I CHICAGO TAP1 Frank Strana Some critics before'the season harm. Then he sprained an in San Francisco Army
....* .. .. ..... S.wtr.a. -. I I ankle. i
._I KN&H4qi! w w 111..IY han of Toledo. Ohio, and John opened were brave enough to pick and Navy YMCA pool.
There is how much iI
.. no telling
-- M .. 1ln. Barnum of Evanston Dl. yester- the New York entry to win the I 1 1 Start
ffttl 4%** f**..4Hfftf&iAt ----
.. tpp ,_ t ll..a ".''L M.i 'he' would have added to his case
: ... ... ..s.1 t.t.4 _........ w..s.I I I day won their semi-final matches I pennant but even these loyal sup- history had he not been in the a new WWl* Hav PMaWaW
i... d Ps Tw 5w h -Ias.aehprNr and the right to battle for the porters probably would havei 1 what the i big guy as he refers I
j"K J A kte -. b .. service in 1943. 44 and '45. He *
wP M. . .._ ., , W. L i Chicago Great Lakes Amateur Golf i chosen the team for a second- to DiMar. means to the team

.Hi_ ... b..p.w. .:: r: *YDaa.s...18.MMrwl Is Championship in the 36-hole finals [ division berth had they known practically started in where he T With their current lead it's and/hoes.
1. L..aN sI a... left off in 1946 though, injuringa probable the Yankees could breezein I '
today. Keller would plaY' but little and \
if"' '''' .... a--e5 : .:::rz. flub.l T. Fowles L ..: { leg in July. without DiMaggio and Keller in { STBRKSUITS
.. P1' 1. 4le.s.hs Stranahan was forced to go 19>> j DiMaggio would be out on occa-
: Then. last January, Joe under
.. ....." .. ...:. t pick 1s. rttsas I r 1 holes to win from Jimmy Frisinaof ision. It would be like taking Enos the remaining games. They wont ,
5* I-=. :I.: .I ....b.wI4 I :.C;.::: Taylonrille. Ill. 1-up. Barnum 11! Slapghter and Stan Musial out of went an operation for the removal have Keller of course but DiMag
r s
:
la I fof a on his heel. .really was I
spur
..v. .... ..... -- -t4 2.... MMw' 5II : defeated Robert "Skee" Riegel of j the Cardinal lineup. I will be back, probably wondering
..... f_ 41S.w1. _-'"' r-1WIIa I will' ,the spur of the moment, insofar as what he can do next to add to his
be back but
Los
Angeles and DiMag shortly -
Upper Darby Pa
it .-'*' iii.. .. .,.... ,-. .,ta. I 3 and 1.Newman;, meanwhile he is adding another [public interest was concerned, and hospital chart. I Styled for ,..., me* -
I : for a time the little center fielder I II and tingle krea 4fdHockonam rL ,
his of inJuries
to
history
-.. P. N 14'. ..,tartan Third I InM444 i 1 SoftballersTo page and ailments case during a- ,, wa heel.sthe owner of the nation's No.I Peach trees were cultivated by ,: flanne4.5

tN.... (Yankee career which has earned | Chinese farmers and written about J finished wonted.
!
Beat For several months the outcome -
Regatta i i4n..AXTtC Practice TodayThe him more than $300,000 as well as i by their poets 2.000 years before .

... ifi** $.*M ft* t.I.. cmr. N. J. IAPI Newman Insurance Softball Just about every honor a ball play- ((of the heel operation was slow was in problematical.The healing, that. | ,they were grown-in the West. I I,r .

TV? auUtfrn CroM. piloted by squad will hold a practice sessionon j er can be awarded ': is, and it became more and more ,
Pew Kaunran of the Evening :Ittnt the number one diamond at { For a big. rugged guy he's a (Questionable as to Just when Joe FINE SLACKS

"!" T tt"l Club AUantie City. Exposition Park at 7:30 ann today i regular Mr. Chips when' it comes I would be able to return to the ,
\\f..JICI" ..'at the three lap nine-mile open It was 'announced. Newman ;,to getting hurt. He doesn't need i lineup. !
( like Pete Reiser's favorite For hard wear. _
nH for tlvt .Mantle City trophy ito and Moses Pharmacy renew anything
) .lI ,o,.leelsr the second day { their series for the Class B title a dive into a brick wall to 'I Even-the polite and even-tem-
Utn <
kVMt lUf Ua. -- ---- t more subtile than that. He can if he was forced to use the batboy I
T1. t eeru. piloted by Lloyd Oretchen. sailed by Jim Van Sant wreck himself just running. | in centerfold was unusually I HERRING BONE TWTEfti

MerrL aba ef tht Evening star' of the Halifax: Yacht Club, Daytona II His first serious Injury of record preoccupied as the opening.game t FINE ALL WOOL DIAl I..t SI
tNN Ctek.' vu second and the: Beach Fltv, was third. with the Yankees came in neared. He realized too well i I
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1I J fl I 6.95 to 17.50
______. l Soe-iol' to The Sunday Sentinel-Star! ,: special match performance exhibition ..I north as Center Hill and as far

KISSIMMEE Plans for a I under lights is planned for south as Wauchula and Sarasota.

'- r tree-day meeting to be held on the ; 8 p.m. Saturday. Final races will j I I The Friday night program will I

grounds of the Florida Livestock be held at 2 p.m. Sunday. Nov. 16. 1 constitute "performance" r'.." ..,...,...................
Exhibition In Orlando were perfected I Special committee was appointed I i class of the stock horse show and r

late yesterday by committees r by Pres. Herman Tur- !| animals will be judged on their l VARSITY SPORT COAH,

of the Florida Quarter Horse ner of the Quarter Horse Breeders : ability as "roping horses," "cut- ,

I COLOR MAGIC Assn.. and the Florida Quarter to work out final details 'ting; horses" for their maneuverability i
Running Assn. with officers of the exposition. and for their speed. Plenty All sizes . an esreptlonaHv |44 .... _

The meet will begin with races I Mark Britt chairman, will be 'of action is assured for spectators.The : : : from . either solid colon or weal H--

at 2 p.m.* Friday afternoon. Nov. I assisted by T. J. Durranee Jr.. i Saturday night program
Fr your car 14, to be followed by performance Odis Cowart, and E. L. Geech '1 i I will include a "jackpot roping" Ar s1!, t ; : 27.50 to 35.00

i classes of the stock horse show Partin. I contest with purses posted by the ,
i; under lights at 8 p.m. Saturday, Twenty-eight classes have been association and. in addition ................................4MWaa>|p

I Nov. 15. set up for the show with cups and I match performance contests between .

"'J *t f Wi manic wand and give your I Nov. 15. Halter classes will be ribbons to be provided for win- I "King Bailey. owned by DO YOUR TRUCKS MEET r ri
nudged at 9 a.m., and plans call ners. Entries will be divided between I Durrance and "Cucuracha. own- i FREEMAN SHOES

.. fit fl .. clod .,..rkl1! luster of high for an auction sale of registered running-type and stock- ed by Partin. "both stallions: and SAFETY REQUIREMENTS? I
I animals beginning at 3 p.m. A type quarter horses. "Gracie Allen. owned by Oscar

- ..... e4 ts4 w ltb. Finest quality paint The sale is expected to see Clemons. Kissimmee.. and "Gypsy If Not, Heavy Brogues and fine quality drew i epics ttI/ Ire .tI
I about 35 registered animals including Rosalie," owned by Cowart both e

-N ... In.ftJlI 0"if ...r. d\e grade mark of a I stallions mares and geld 'I mares. Consult Us. We Have I 8.95 to 16.95
ing go under the auctioneer'shammer. I The Friday afternoon races will
reflectors flare
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constitute the performance class
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I Saturday's meeting was called i lof the running horse show and etc., to meet regulations.
I by Durrance. Brighton breeder f, animals will be judged on their
lit f..... W Hit MtT-S* d It to SAWS f and drew attendance from as far speed as well as track manners. :

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att*** aPftlJHIS-Myril It' r Hoag SentS'cd and his Gainesville 'I!

I ifcM. itetf ***** M tfce wall in a finish fight for the Hike -

-** ft itaNfei Stole League flag, get their last chance Pine Hills Course I II ""Y' '''' I It

t -- 'eat IM I WblMMW St Augustine Saints, tomorrow and Opens MtlJ:; : 1

.I -.4.. frjpfcte m wfMt. u easily the series that will defi- Over 46 Total I < t : 8

r Joe 'Ezar, president of Pine I use for casual play, but yesterday I 8a a

W fa.. ... If.... ; flr4d'. JI1 and 40 points better I Hills Golf Club yesterday announced '; declared the nine-hole layout was I f Y'o"'r ; 1
.141 #rM 411wIr --- now in shape for regular play.
I
than Al. firtle's 407 sea. .
as a that the first nine holes :
: .# _471.-1.t .. Orlando's third. Is .
-- a""W. The course. '
....1 rrcular hitting 400 or bet f ,
44154 -..... ..... ........... I ter. Ilea, had won 17 out oft Is in Prospect I II 1 i of the new club's course would I located five miles Irom"dovmtovm ... I

_--. .. '- ... ....b eta IN qt :. tmr. that went to a deci-' :; I I be opened for regular play Wed 'I Orlando and immediately west of

-- IiN ....... Nee I nesday. Fairvilla on the Sanatarium-. : : l
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-....." .724 6 +4 + at Ih j By 101 HAYES I Opening of the course coincides : Fainrilla Rd. .

....', The' week aw Joe Titter of DeLMMI I I [ e"tel t brer: Spor's Editor] with the opening of membership : The first nine lies In rolling 0f. ; i

.. 41 ... ULm t1F1 ) set a new consecutive game J privileges, terrain that includes several small If 2. t .
1.:: I| Florida State League attendance c2.
tartUe record when he got a sin- Ezar recently put the course in lakes and pines. f It

fto Thursday night. It was his :| has already shattered, all ,;' I

i. 441Irw thh Mntight game without a miss: ing records and promises to exist-I I I ,'. I

tw beating a mark of 26 set by '
0 N 1 last year's record-setting Host 1 ". ; 46
: Apopka
Nli ... ,if Ui* 0 Russ Sebon in 1940 i ii FerveritCopsAmerican
&t least: 100,000 a survey completed -
I With. the season ending at mid- r- ( ..

....... ...... ,... tht labor Day. there was little yesterday: revealed.! j To UmatillaIn yv \

$ 1 -.... to believe that more than A total of 431,432 paid admissions i, l

4 l MW feMue record might fall as -55,959 more than the eight', I DerbyCHICAGO /. y

;!{ i : fmr M offea ive play is concerned. clubs drew all last seasonhadbeen I Playoffs '; l 'v 1 ; :

al ft* Thorpe of Oolnesville. with 10 j :

=- felt Ir !itR tlI s .laa. wa only one shy of the recorded through last wednesday +I 1 ''Scxvcl to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] rAP Fervent won f .

I =ari a Ytt+va. T "'fteII_ mod two of a new one. night's games, the unofficial APOPKA Leon Shephard's the 093,250 American derby at CY 41.

... I. 40.. ,..M11s le- Other leaders: O( ublev Oolekf survey showed. j I Washington Park yesterday. &'

fIr '.. taTltlr I IVIand' Jl. Peres of DeLand With each club having six Apopka nine and Herman Turner'* Fervent. owned by the Calumet I '

4Nwr .. __ M: trivia. Eked or Orlando 16, more home engagements to add ,. Umatilla club meet here at 3:30 Farm and ridden by Jockey Doug- --<'

.. ; 11M lilrF Itnra4 ... l4c. Th*rpe.t Gainesville and to their respective totals before., p.m. today In the opening game las_Dodson, won by a neck with : ..

6 q 'T ..aor .

*#.,.- *** *Bf <." t Pnt na.r,.. II. AVn of DfLandf night, the trend indicates the playoff finals. third and Capt. Flagg fourth and r .

... > -l.41 411s,444"t t.S1 1... (1.kk DrLand right: season total will_ probably exceed j Shaughnessey I .

.-....", a.el ... 54'4 esl wa.ftln hilt, Sloan of DrLand 480,000 almost a 25 per' 1 I. 'Apopka. third-place finishers in last.Fervent ran the mile and a .

.. ; .- ,.. ttt1d3.dl.. ... 141x41x It Mt\UnM *T Sanford. 21.I rent increase of the past year's I IrC"tular regular season play eliminated quarter in 2:00: 3-5 to knock two

,. ra Tw4 tr .... 1Au13 SS l.I dent included: Fultz. .season record of :ns.I I second-place Mount Dora in their fifths 'Of a second off the track ..

"" .. 4-- -.i' 4 .IifFw, N3t t i.mtlglttlte. son 20. lost 10; Ketchm 476. [Test-season playoffs last : record established by Armed in

.. '" 41 sets 1l.l.rsd, . A wwtlnc. 11-7: Hyde Or- >ear boosted the 1946 total to I first-round playoff while fourth 1946. ,

!-peat ' If 1M1.. lanM 11-'"' Juan Prrrz. DeLand.I 4:1,406. j place Umatilla knocked of first- 1

;. :;: *- 1 1 tMn.. PaUtka 16-12; Four of the Class D circuit's I place Winter Garden in their : Brewers Choose Austin l

*4.a/ 4114t ........ S Bford. 15-7: Tomat. eight clubs had by'last Wednesday j I opening series.
MILWAUKEE [API The Milwaukee
.. ..... ..aid 11.4: Buonato. St. Au- already exceeded their 1946 '. I
tiF. : I Jim Mahaffey the veteran Brewers of the American
Fibt4I1F11nt II- lUUman. St. AuU
Art I...,. ; home attendance totals.
southpaw will probably hurl for i iI I Assn. will train at Austin. Tex.
.
.l.a... '; Ceker Gainesville, The Gainesville G-Men. by that
.. .1 / 10agr1t DeLand. 7-2: R. Pe- Apopka today, while the heavy- next Spring Pres. Jake Flowers
.. 1 rr ; 'date had broken all existing rec- I 1 I
.. .u.. .. ,. - .... ....... 4-0; Gaddis. DaytonaM. ords wit ban attendance of 81.- I hitting Umatilla nine will prob- announced yesterday. The Brewers -

-- MIN IN 1 !111 .. It**. .......W'I.1.. I 666-virtually double their 1946 mound.ably use Bob. Maxwell on the'I'I'I ,, trained at Cocoa, Fla, last

.-. oA.I I mark of 41,049.. I year.

3 ..414. k.... E .....4tFa will tBIUSM Next highest in attendance wasleagueleading .
last ,... Saint Augustine !
.1 1 t * N M N M M* *M ft* w', W'ku pr'TT w
1 ,. > > \t. a* .M MI .JM where 69,791 fans had paid their Major League Averages \ . -
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I 'a : .: t.- -. ; K.3 .ui SIR ; 1946 attendance there was 64112. TM. KKMTO B;l.w llId.tft 5.... ..... M TM 11_ Bitov linM 1111'." A.r

4 N N Its :1111 .1 263 :&T The two other clubs already AMERICAN LEAGUE CLUB BATTING AMERICAN LEAGUE CLUB BATTING I It
ill .. a wr 'of t,to." :2lt 614 N; .* ahead of their last year marks I Club 6 At R H Zk 3k Hr KM Sk Pet Club S Ak R H 2k Sk Hr RM 8k Pet
7 4k I 4 '. .. .1. N 632 t. .us X. Tflrk IK SM7 WK. J41114 ill II 541 M .273 Rosa 117 :3417 $4 1W4 W II 12,ses 41 ..ITTV
"' -- 4 u.I II 411 I" .. ..IU'II I are second-place DeLand and the r .*l'd HI 3717 4M M.t liS U US 4.MI 17 ..1MIVfroit T.rk 114 !314' *!I IM lAC U 11 US 17 .IT
cellar-dwelling Daytona Beach Is- I IIS IDA 244 Ml 1M IK T> 444 41 .255 Hr'Mym lit Net SM 111 154 31! IT "4 M .:11II i
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G 0 .r M .....+ ... --M .NI tt.. 4 Ie f1 .tr1 .rot landers. DeLand'through Wednes- I fklrw III 311 40* IIMW Itt II 41 SH M .!5 4K LMrif 11* 4M I S7J 1T1 ITt 4* $i K3 !t ..215I RENE CANTERO I Ii I-
._ ,.. :7' .4nm tit 2>lJ11OO! T 7I 14* 41 74 4;0 t. ..titDill !I! nftk, II* m jft 1S4 134 M 111 '>;!J I* .:rot
11 18 n JIt
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20.e -. 2'I 4411 11 II I 1I1I11 274 : day had drawn 54.224 as. compared *. 117 311 i* 447 *M 1.' 37 4T ; .. with . .11* Mil 147 Uf It* III 2> 11' 41 .14 ': niM, 1. in :366513; It:i tllll n 4t 411 14 .236
It I I" n 44 a 2.a r: their 1946 total of 37-
.. oil W"I \ .4..r '..... .. ", w r. I I5 M :;1 :11 : St. Lat.( II* M71 444 124 152 41 71 444 M! .23 i Chi'r> 11? J9S lit I,24 16. 32 U 33J 15 .131 *
l' Jo .... . ...,,_ .1 TI N 1 .NI .171 009. and Daytona Beach had ati AMERICAN LEAGUE CLUB FIELDIN6 UA&' '
: N 2T4k.ar i tracted-48,248 fans a substantial I Club B Pc) A E DP Pet. NATIONAL CLUB'riELOINBtlvk 1d'I"" i
It6 In r4 M u. 2 .an ,
= r OTrttnd ____JU 295.31241! 7t lit .633 : 6 PO A E DP PC. Cantero-Dune
& _ .a .M 1N IT. S p Ii. ..At... .r. : increase over last year total of X*. Tat m_.-lit tmt 11M Tf 121 ..M2W. j' ilL Uxiii _111 J15 1311 I* 14* ..444lnclnu.L Fight
.H.a R! M 1 11 .2U
-T 34562. lads ______lit SM in .7 113 ..71Bnrtoil (' _....111 IK 1ITI 'I la: .*;*
.01.D 6 1.4 M II In II II lIT
L __1131)1211142: M 1211 .sr.1 Rmekly'y. _111 1iII 1JM 1" 1:7 ..II
a .
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t. .4 4 4 uT1 I .11.1 1444 ai : The two other clubs Palatka
r. 143 S II'IIIJ.d \iphu ___ in 1112 12M lilt 124 ..nirhlCMo I PllII'MIpIola _'" W1 1211142'145 .ITT
./r 1 11! 24 and Leesburg will probably ____.114 314* 1'11 111II 121 77Wuhinroa !34+ Tomr __111 J99 IWi 111 1$! .'75ll I Legion Boxing Program
: ; JIW. 411 ,I. ': : : ,1: $2440 1V :: :4ia.1a pass their total 1916 attendance .... _. 11* Nil 11*S 15 11* ..977D PK'IWII6. 1133 1111 UI *1 Ml I
d ...... A 1 II 1114 2IS 14iw rotty.. _HI SWS 127 HJ 101 ..f7STilrl CMcsr, _l1f 1J12 1311 11' inBMIM .I4T t| Joey Dunne of Billy Kinard here
marks this weekend and the conqueror
f': M1r/ .174114$1 I. lty-Chlcti* ____ 117 193t 13M .131 tl .tit : !
': I II' : 6344 I" ,. 1 t. 143 112h1 other two clubs-Sanford and LEAGUE- INDIVIDUAL I| ago, and Rene Cantero, who has won two previous ;
Ill" 14 In a 4 4 244 244 Orlando-are good prospects to AMERICAN LEAGUE INDIVIDUAL NATIONAL
BATTING RECORD i here collide tomorrow in the bout
eight-round .
14a1b 4 U II 37 S 114 24 1M I BATTING RECORD ; ".
equal or better their 1916 totals. IS M.. '... I (1 IS *r M,r$ 6i..w) -
lit. 44 It I 11 214 231iUIY [ w .1 the American ,
CM FltMo. 8... R H M n HR RBI A j Legion's 32-round fight card at Lf to =* l>
'trIJ' \= .. 4' I. R M I a II :41 'R01..tta Leesburg through Wednesdayhad Player 4 Club 6 Ak R H 2k 3k Hr RM Pt.Roukmnkl. ,
MbM W- .- 163 II R a 427 VI.1)r Or. 17 in 4 -. 2 a 2 I ..111BnurtiTia. I ttln. Bat 273 : 2f 4 1 / 1J ,181 The Dunne-Cantero will be backed
drawn 41,345, as comparedwith Cie,. 14 171 57 123 .14 I 4 4X ..32Appllnc. r. M'Cer. n 71 IM 2 M 14 I 257.342Walkr. : i scrap up
.. : 42,271 last year, and Palatka nilran 111 424 M 141 27 4 T 4* ..031Wlllltnu. s. L-P Ill 413 U 145 17 II 124 .351 of six-round bouts and three four-. -- - -
RnMM 111 374 II 123 14 I 2S 71 .32 GllOT. Cia J t2 114 47 11 1* t S 4* .li:
!.AI = Young Most Valuable had ,drawn 42,476 as compared Mltrtwll. cit. 77 2M 33: M t I l".mJII.Rio It P.d/'L 31.11 13 lee 11. * It ..321Taukuu round preliminaries. Matchmaker I
: with 43.133 last year. X T. ,,1M 31 75 12! U t 11 71 ..227M . BrTr it .J 1* 3* t 1 2 If ..111rarar't I Doug Barnes has announced. I Windham
All-Star Sanford's 'r<**.. FhlL W :W 54 127 -11 $ II* ..327K OH IM 171 II 117 17 I 1 IS .111
attendance
If t.. : Player i Thursday >U. Drtnit .]'"* 41X Ie: 1M II 4 I 55 .US R. *,. 81 ITU _M 2 fl. St "* II 1 1 11 .111 I Dunne impressively whipped I a,
41 morning was 50,687 as compared HXrfe'Mfi. "TV*. 14 M > 1* I 1 lit .117 1 W. "pet, N T 12 JIll It 111 2* I t* It ..111flwlM II
I :' CHICAGO I lAP Claude 'BudHT with 58.671 last year.while Peter.. ft. Lads II 41 t II 1 a I .sn I'I ,' Pitch, 1111 T* 111 21 a 3* ..inI Kinard. handing the'Sanford Smith
.; "' TMf trf imnou yesterday fOur.h-I' rofOt'.L c... IIL'I: 11 I * .314 I HfllOM). JIooo111 !>, 7* 11* 27 1 12 ..MSt I slugger his first defeat In 26 starts I, .. <' .
ie I place Orlando with Wrtrht l-hie. 9127133 M T 43* ..IIIHudvn. t Kikar L Pli'ik 44 244 4* M 1J 1 I 2* .5** I
; r i t1 H .tMBrd m s't valuable player ; approximately 8.000 11'.... II 31 S I* t * ..111Trark l>ar-4r.. -<-M .1... It II 1 I II JM I in his only appearance here. Early
t
1 s4 IM f rnttoy tiAfM's'aU-tUr footballHMtnt .. IVtmit .m M 7 tI 1 I t I .31* Knivnki. 8 t 111 121 15 131 21 S 22 n ..34411511oR. last week he decisioned Jack Brazil 'In Net
back of the 52,669 drawn by lastyears Beat Ill 111 7* 12: 11 I 17 II .}.tI
< . ", Y .tIIt.. !i ** out Notre Dame's I I I rnkr. Bmtot .111 44 71 141 17 S I" .W7O j <1oI the middleweight who was I' .
-- i e at . ... 1 championship club. Peek. ... I' III 34 M 14 I T 31 ..37W I I Kfcranh. Br'lr* 1.Jq: 17 ill 11 7 t 34N.a.u ..IMi
,. .. .f' : ftottennan by four votes. I FeomL .... f* T. 14 I I 1* .-4 ,i Ci. _JII IM2 lit 11 T II it .104 knocked out by Johnny Dupre Billy Windhtm .
Interest
around the
centering ,
. ." ,. tf. poD m the history of I niUlHnr. $t. L. tt .u M IS* 1* 1 1 27 .301 Parka l-kl . M IM U 11* 1* T t U ..11Klwr. here Thursday night. ..
'; "" ap Irgrf torrid first-place battle betweenGainesville W. JnhllMB..T. *4 244 49 1"1 U 1 T M .287 I Plflfr';' HI 438T UI 17 I K 42 .3q I I[ net star and Bill S + .
ie *. 1M aeF1ldeltbtr and Saint Augustine j W.kfflfold.po.{ M 27 44 XI 12 I T U .297 Mil. .NT 113 IM: 19* IS* 1* IX 1" *" Cantero in previous showings :
vN Mar brillianU to fig- W-q,+de. X. T. 111 446 M 124 It I I* M ..294.Wwtl. I I *..... PbU 11 II I 1* 1 a 1 Ie J,ID.pri.tt and >Iary tennis$ i
who play a two-game series tomorrow Druntt IM 1(7 n 4* 1* 1 1 M" .14f-i .phUa 2* U II 1* 1 * S .12 here knocked out Jess Milliard
.r* tfM> 1'OUDCrre Weldon and Tuesday, and over F.<*.... Drtrolt M 311 4* *1 1* 4 4.1.211 Wilt,. * 11* III 17 12* 2* 1 7 Jl ..241i in three rounds and decisionedJoe pm. Tuesday: iq the .. Mt
MIM B. Rc*. guard: Jim Mello. 0*srlrb. X. T. 14 4 Smith in rounds. Tennis dub'
the battle between eight
. fourth-place Fell rtilL . Je* Ml S4 11 22 ( 1 55 ..restUndrn. Mxta'!. 1 L M lt 11 It * S 1* ..JVManhaU. I
. M'_ MM Dame. fullback; Charley Orlando and Sanford who collide NT. _. t* :M3 4S M 17 t T 44 .2Sg I N T 111 lit 77 11* II 1:1 t1 ..291Minial. tennis -
.1 IrtNpl G e o rg la, halfback and in schedule-ending series next Bern. .N. T. 73 1M 4*' 71 U 1 II :5* .2S L Ill 413 II 111 1* 11 tl .2 tHaaa. Phil Orrf Winter Park lightweight I I ft
.1.k JMNI a B_ X. T. U 111 U 31! I 1 11 ..27Mm. 1 Cl. _IM 12 4* 11* 13 t 4 S3 ..291Furllta. meets Baby Joe Diaz Tampa Windham advanced
(*Flad Indiana center. :
:. s ,. 4. :,; weekend, are expected to add sub- TMn<4t alas' M7 H 1M 11 1 K 4* ..2S1Vfle ..'" II 11 51 J1I1:1 S 741.224He44. I in the main while 'I 0f
4 ? N iI Tnopl received' the award in the stantially to the home attendance BnXM ... 334 34 S I* 7. 1 J7 .Jlll : Ana ..1$4314 S* M II JJ.It* six-rounder nals by defeating Belt R t 11
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t4* pine and last year it vent to totals of the four clubs involved. M'BrMr. R4.-wb. 211 III 1* :33 3 1 a II .2" M .... Boa (7-111 I: (11* 21 .%93 I middleweight and Dave 6-%, 6wbile<< Smith .
I Urat Mtrtcb of Wisconsin. Youngrcnv 1 I I...... 0... 47 17 27 1' * 11 .r ,, R..... Br ITK 121 11 7* 117 1* .. 1* 57 ..22NoT 1 Stewart I ......
the Tribunebetween Hm. CV. 'M 117 II 71 T 4 31 .277 *. ItM 28% 17 *1 I* I It 4* ..213Kla I Spartanburg, S. C.. in the other : Bill Baer '-I, C-2, In .
we. Chicago Cubans ..-....... fl,.. ..71 47 I IS 1 t 4 ..277KOKKtr. : .fr. f .. lit 411 15 11:11: : t t 7* ..181Baum'U. I six-rounder. I finals match. toW
tt.o47p halves of next : Okayed ru. it JIlt u is i* i i r ..rsKmldi. I : n* .III ;31 Tl 114 2i S S 12.214 I four-rounder I
1 t"a game.NTNMD rkL II *" 4 So' 1 15 .275 Fjwila. Phila laS 3111 M 11} 2* 4 1* II .28 Top pits Jimmy I Windham is farmer
For MeetfSoe'.nl Mnlll,*. TlPlmIIII II *4 24 S 14 SI ..27aIII. RI'.anb. P1l'i U 11 K Sl 1--I ID .2MTbnui I Laedeke. the 122-pound local buzz- a .
FiJ Daytona ..... NL. M 24 II72 17 I 1 21.271VniPB : and junior champion .-
I a.XT. 17 121 M IIII I 21 *7 .217Trrkan. saw, Jimmy Bierman 123 Tampa
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.[ I to The Sunrfov l Sen'inel-Stor, rJ N. T. II* 417 (1 111 14 T 141.51 in a re-match. They fought a hair- II
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DAYTONA BEACH Doc M_. Bnitmt 44 1I. 22 41 11 1 1 17 .r* I I' raiser here two weeks with The victor will rec iv
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Union meet which will be held '"'""III'. ".. M 13* 2S 37 7 1 1 ft: ..2Mrhlllrr. r>u... HI. . M till II 4t T a 311 ..22Jarfm. 1 Melvin Batchellor, 170. Orlando
I .. 4.12 47 IK S3 Brim IfIt." IS 11 II I I SI ..21W Barracudas _.
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next Friday and Saturday said niL* .2X JU 93 1 2211 * ..JUSMijnlrt. ,, >,'tok. PWI *T 1S2 12 M 17 t 348.751 I and Eugene Kersey. 170 Orlando l .
! $199.95 late yesterday that he had beenin PAIL 147 M* 3K M 1* 4 U ..1MMttkotlrh. ., rnllrr. BnaM 4* II It 2* I 1 I ..2TTWaltkua. against a Tampa lightheavyweight I
telephone communication with '. ('," M 3114 44 '7 15 4 31 ..23Ttorrr. I Oil *2 li$ 42 041* 1 11 .3;* to be named tomorrow. i Football Sept.
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I the United States Ambassador: ; in 4r. U 112 422 5* Ill 13 S 11 C3 ..21Rook. .rll. rift S* IM II II I I II .271 I Admission is $1 with nd seats .....+.
Cuba regarding the lifting of the X. T 32 77 13 2 II 1 1 11* 246 I ,..."'.rt. > T roll 1114I I* r' t t 4 12 ..271Uiw1 reserved [So T r : f .
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that the U. S. would not allow I _. 1kk.li. .7* IOI" 7* a I .11 ..tilMichwh. ': ,,:t Rr'lr. '26 1* 1 1* lr a 1 a .<*! NEW SMYRNA BEACH The time. :
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military craft to land here and <*'*. ChL-B*. lit 41* 47 13 1* 4 11 7* .!-1 Ziantara.. flu H 1M }1 *2 11 1 1 11 .21 9
I discharge civilian personnel. Late I "' )....1... RMt. .-. 141 5* M 11 3 3 41 ..1MTfbbftU. R7.. Rnaim US IU 4' IM 21 1 1 II .2** I play the Cocoa Indians at 3:30: last year with Tanatiy .
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AliM41- Orlando, Florida, August 24, 1947 eht ;Suttbag! !;rnltnrl-&1ar Page 9
r Signs Point Wolverines Rate As On*

It fruit wet *f N 4U o wfcfc la* I ,

-4..ea4 t al erM.nd me when

t4 $1 pica ti althlf, ju t as To Gridiron Stale CoachesTo Of Big Nine Football PtMi

> .ee ;Ilt t t Ind. If the .y s

BI .4it 1i It ti IRiag, I'm glad

# a tits4i use tieN fetliw, But. when u Attend Clinic i NEW YORK (NEA hip*... . .. .''Ot -

eb eft *>fSi H ft /WWVMM4 a* easy Classic in 48 other sections too. put HrWr t t. .

,.*4 the spot in his 10th year *t ltil. .

, I 'I Almost to a man they fce!,. ...
at a tw1 If JIM IECKEK At Gainesville
sash DlM4AR TAmES I AP New feotufes Sports Writer i go through unbeaten to .tv_ J Pitt.i .
,
MAsy fhn K '
NEW YORK-By late September -
sb.a '
$M tltadl Ase .dIM .. ... IW.aar I of 1948 professional football re -I I to T'1e s11dm! Ser>tnI', <*>rl Are. r 'Vi

bra ttwrt 4l I.o.t.dM4.4 sst I.li ana I I may have grown up.It's GAINESVILLE The Universityof :::' .- 'h_:
good that the
4 lire area of to **.... tile be* fiawto a guess pro Florida Coaching School for ... .. .. .
grid fandom of the nation will
eaa I f ft. ....... and pllN g wAl I be high school coaches will get under :_' s- .
filing Into football stadium in
a
ai1I ft* o* M... wttb Majer way here 'tomorrow morning and a 'C. ... .-
of 14 cities late '
one to
.... 141. b.. next year continue through Friday it was .. ... ..
4 4 p'L '*' "
witch the
.4: of the
4Ai t.. I.eMd. ttsx National champions established announced here yesterday by .- f: ... a..r .,
.... ii lit.rttA Football League Head Coach Ray Wolf, .. ..
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and the fast-charging All-America The school will be devoted
M. r. M. : Conference -. ......
tangle in a real mostly to theoretical study in foot- ;.
..
IrU ..... IlbJ. ala.. laJ. "world's .' t i '"
_, .-- -1 i championship game The ball basketball, track and train- .. ..
Ta .
.
IteM .... .... I world series of football will be ing and conditions, with some

; * *i * s'M_ t" 1 M felt N I born. The grid sport, its petty L practical demonstration on the i "a+t . -. fe, .
ru
ai .. tM tr. Inter-league quarrels forgotten, ( fields of play. The football sec- .t i''IIoii,
10 ... .a raatb4M I :
will have taken its place beside tion will be conducted by Head
*** a* aaai M/ ..... Coach a.... ... ..._
111 It,.. baseball in national interest. Wolf, assisted by Line
J t t ;:: .f' 3ar1 That's a sweeping prediction. Coach Ted Twomey, Backfield C a xs P. .. ----
.....M ...... ""
a a .w w.. i.aaa.t : bat all Indications point to peace Coach Buster Brannon and End -
.. tiR 1 .... w... .. wsa war between the rival pro leagues by Coach Paul Severin. ft) to .0* 4t a tes ..Swhas
..... ...... MrM sso. -- d
th. end .f the 48 campaign. _ _ac Study in basketball will be offered tar tt+aid.Ir
..... ar The All-America Conference "w by Gator Basketball Coach M w r roast. a
: .. .. upstart in the pro football scene Sam McAllister, and track study *-d &
...** of I..>.IM fM. lUf anUea of &heiM will be three years old by then. Already by Track Coach Percy Beard. The riawoino)
fv two alt anyway-we parked tuning up for its, second theory and demonstration in train- A W:111M.1 9

he. .. *&.* T*r .... thus spent was WtU season the All-America, is a ing and conditioning will be con-: = :

.a JNM .* ****** brie. %"'*'. finally, we mighty healthy baby. More than ducted by Raymond West. the a. !
1. 00.000 fans paid to watch the ........"wr.-.. University of Florida's athletic locia..a. X

t e players in the loop perform in BURT'S THEIR BOY-With the Dodgers headed for o subway i trainer. w. aeah

i a ..=.. Pw.4 M I"tre. U ... one of the With freshman an Improved year. setuP-the series with the Yankees, Mgr Burt Shotton at Ebbets .uslllrts" -

..... evwtthiag .M ewtly perfect. substitution of thriving Baltimorefor Field gets the good wishes of John Cashmore, center, presi- Class B Girls arAw .re u.
:7 i:
was *a* >aa ba.uf i eoadiuoa for fishM last year's woeful Miami team dent of the Borough of Brooklyn, and Mayor William O'Dwyer. '.54 l' a.4 .

tf sae owalrs.te. UM Mfefc of May diet waa9Sft -and increased loyalty to teams - ***** ..**J >........ for their etnergr by fans in the eight All-America fM t* M <** rlr 0pb

.T : ..... **s fie4 vtUi .. snowflakes cities better than million undoubtedly -;; Shotten Durocher League Opens : wt>ta r rlsrti.lisaN ,

# de ****ft that. .11 borutd o.*r the river, will dent the turnstyles Explodes ; to peas .
FRITZ
M tied' *. b) *'.. of Ibo ,...... baM pooh I. next season. I ,1-- CGI'IWI Lar Nw.aeMw trt
. the
pat spat
mss .... I b...iilf (b.l*.. lb.l envy bam Is I Moves have been made I A Class B Girls Softball League.4 4I {----- on
f OHMS*.d lftf moa, vntbte oo* ranie .f vbl..ntnm throughout the conference to Does Better I i organized to develop talent for the ;! b ...
st ...... lW4 ....... ... ep M, ...... strengthen the loop for its Myth ; Job Too Class A circuit swings into opera- ptl* w
Mpbomore year. An active civic tion tomorrow night on the No. 2 i Hurry With The ae' saMs i
tfii ...' .
N 4hee .. .. .. Mato Ik* grasp has taken over the Buffalo diamond at Exposition Park Dir' W AJ twin 4 iI

stead and hopes to build I By HARRY GRAYSON I Katherine Johnson McDermott Arts AN A elr* I i
poet wife ... tUsM tall tua Oat-WM oo the river the upstate city Into the "Green tNEA Sports Editor 1 { announced yesterday. ', Water General A4.! saal i it f

-fate a raft atarA.M Mt btt tyt fttwd to two bait Bay" .f the league. Baltimore NEW YORK-Burton Edwin Shotton gave the Dodgers i Four teams in the league are)Ii .111
.. .... I***** of aM OMI. ti* Wiu no doubt has Mid more season' tickets 'I mental poise which is not the least reason why he destroyedthe i the Independents. Winter Garden!f, SOUTH BEND. Ind. [IAPI' raft. sad slsP t
ft* *JH*.. last a fun paid U* slightest aU. than the largest crowd at nfl Leo Durocher myth. Kress Store and American Fire: ing in every other effort to let a T Haar Arpales.Msaad
ft 19 amL Tremendous fan ,Interest i and Casualty. The teams wilt j ticket to the Notre Dame-Army w r
* titan or M tful watched Ht iI For play I
.".'"'. I'ftdes. ..*% to** tad I aal case. That U I It being exhibited all over the some strange reason, Durocher last Fall generallywas each Monday night. with each 1 football game here NOT I, 14- sad er to Net abase d
I IDgwah
circuit. Pennant I credited with havingtaken the Brooks to year-old Dennis Patrick Turaotk Mi. saaMgp
it I races should be a plav-off [ game going five innings
*!eno: [ It vat i ftiitw with t fly rod and I'
with wrote to Coach Earl H. I Red I
tighter and that will improve a vastly superior Cardinal c. 1 I ,
tNr .**.* e*.*. ttsee Had MM fbhlec In that patronage. Last year Clevelandand club by waving a \\'and'itli mir- I Teams may sign 15 players, I Blaik at West Point and offeredhis tt4ap laA ran t f fi .
$* **if Ml *..*r u* tell of hta Uf.. But New York made runaways rors or something of that kind. II I i he got in 24 games last season e not more than two of which I| services as water boy i j

.... tes4wd sa eppittnalty N ft UfeUn of the races. i'I Like all schooled baseball men, he finished! with only three victories may have played hi the Class A I Coach Blaik replied that k* ,

oot And tough Adm., Jonas Ingram'has I Burt Shotton knew that 'A'asn'ttrue | as against one loss. Duro- loop. 1 was sorry he couldn't give De.nis .*
0 filt-ttf IM .. l noF..4U .*.m. of I** !IVortk Brancn a taken concrete steps to insure : cher apparently gave up on the i Games tomorrow pit Mgr. Les I Patrick the job.

.. Pee M wr 4 pert. w* .** nt tech and baas Integrity among his athletes] When Branch Rickey yanked six-foot two-inch. 200-pound New Talley's Independents against J| "As a matter of fact Baik! added sae, -
.. ** *fam M4< *. rr IM MUw *f eotalnlnj and Over in the National Football I his lone-time right-hand man York University alumnus did not Frog Vandergriff Winter Garden ,. "so great is the demand for .tMtlh
League, which has been operatingsince out of virtual retirement in the really come back with him until club at 7 pjn. and Mgr. Bill Haywood's tickets to the Army-Notrt Darn I I.I I.t I.
psi wa.heir ***** *M*4 UM* MT ahar *f ...... I said Pres. Rickey insisted it in .
v91 .. Ilhilf ad ire fist the .laaH. lark again Into the 1921, the picture is not nearly Spring Old Barney was fully September. upon Kress nine against Mgr., game and so many are th* applications e1 # -
so bright. When the AU-America aware of the fact that he was Jimmy Gelm's American Fire and for odd jobs. It would sat etblaRtor
****** mt **M. lot tft. *ipr-oe* but otherwise
Conference was formed, the new inheriting the choicest of hundreds Under the steadying influenceof Casualty club at 8 pjn. surprise me If the task of waist
.. ... pact: .... ....., .h.t1aaM rte undisturbed loop made overtures to the established of hand-picked athletes., the veteran Shotton he developed There is no charge of admission. ,. boy would in the end assume auf-
.. Its 4*| tft* it..of .kn t &'*ad Mc11bc.h la. But M league. The National naturally All he had to do was keep themon such confidence: that ficient Importance to merit AM MRtut

w *saM HM* ..* the ban, riar"Mof rondiUona.B told the new league to "go an even keel. opponents practically concede to ,rank of general.
_|B' Hl ) ** | |S. eft M..Nf.A9 lId |a4 oMM are U ftil M out and get a football" and playa With spunky Eddie Stanky run- his cross fire. Santa Anita Lures Blaik suggested that CM*

o. ..... ....f .. .......... IIkh Ike nttksd4si few games before cutting themIn ning the works on the field Shot- 'Largely because Shotton strung Frank Leahy of Notre Dam ouelM

1 ** ... BM4 e. trial ... bM .. UM averac en the gravy that the National! ton quickly demonstrated to the : along with him Taylor, broughtin Top-Ranking Horses to Dennis find Patrick.Gallorette a spot. for a boy lamed t

.*** HM a.*M.> ftMd. at ***e and to* banww had worked for years to build up. : Superbas that they could be aggressive I from St. Paul last Autumn imi ttaUis r :

dt w*** .. ....|. U tlnklnf Mat .... still It had been a hard struggle without being rambunc- : moved up to give the Brooklyn a With Rich Stakes

1I ISM*. *,*. !...., PortM* tori ., ftehlng It b for the National.Through many of tious. A manager or player run real one-two pitching punch a ARCADIA Cal. (NEAT Santa VictorIn New
_. .. ..... sue ..wa .... N r. ...... aa1 .. na/ the years there had been more I off the premises by an umpire is of : pair of stoppers. Anita Park is dangling another
people' on the playing field than no value. An umpire has yet to The swiftest of the Brooklyn
... ... +s.p .., rf the asiel nr.,.. I fabulously-rich array of stakes to Saratoga 'Cap
the lose decision to
stands.The old a
in league was a player. pitchers with curve control and
... ow. ..... ., ....... .w bosh e..stsatlya a little reluctant to cut in the : Shotton first straightenedout heart to match the Terre Haute I attract the leading horses in the SARATOGA SPRINGS N Y AU

."*. ****** ****** I* .d :I.JI'"< ...., sod UaU *f newcomers Just when pro football the pitching staff. Terror actually appears to have country Dec.to its 27.11th meeting which fAPI Arnold Hanger Rico il..* a tl+ y

...if f the da b attateb was beginning to pack in the fans Every pitcher was a relief worker too much stuff for his rather opens. Nine $50,000 fixtures have been and W. L. Brann's Gallorett y**> uaaMn
.-s4 .Rei.. at the cates.R under Durocher There were slight frame. x lined up to go with three $100,000' terday thrilled 22.903 fan by fto
Oi* eeid. e. ltd .e ea .......... testa.Is the National declared open three or four in the bullpen all I Brooklyn has three other strong- races That's an all-time high of ishing heads apart In the 4Mto
*' .. Iso my>o i ..ta. u I My, wo war *n the upstarts. They referred the while until the staff fell apart I arm men in Gregg. Behrman and $750,000 for 12 stakes at one Saratoga Handicap of a mite ad. asA.waw
:, U themselves as the "ma like the one-hoss shay. Because Barney, another rather competent a quarter with the latter wtonmt
w 4aa1s9 sri ***** tf o* nMd vtUi oatt. By meeting. rl
w .. NrWH bats Jar WM. and to the new loop Lippy Leo had them out of thereat southpaw in Lombardi and a cork- Four-year-olds have until Jan. The race was virtually a rewoft 1.rsarM
>I nottf *9 where to
a* an "..tUw league." There the slightest slip the pitchers ing relief pitcher in Casey. Be- performance of the recent WhO)
we '.1 I...tl oof .,.. IN **** Ih* few U U to had 31 for their new $100,000 Santa ney except that Mrs Dode
the '
were predictions that the All- jitters. hind Branca and Taylor Shotton Anita Maturity. The $100.000 San seal
.... 1 o4s *.* .** ftafc 14. otif fcaHa. But I Anttrka would never playa Shotton tried to establish four cleverly spots the others. ta Anita Handicap is down for Sloane's Boss completed the .... 141M r ;
...iMi IWMI MM mt\em.* Uvti that temto .. fame then that they would as regular starters. He wound up Burt Shotton has done a bet Feb. 28, the $100,000 Santa Anita horse field behind that pair bv. tear z ,
erase lit a IirP.w..tst. ...ib never finish the schedule. They with two corkers in Ralph Branca ter job than Leo Dnrochf, madeit Derby set for closing day. March 6. stead of the famed Stymi, BOM hat e1 -
ntind U bill their playoff and Harry Taylor and a reason- look much easier, and- wound up a dozen lengths..
; *_ I Iteew teal. of patfraea w...b UM baM ...t..,* game between eastern and western able facsimile of one in the left- For the first time made the Jockey Eddie Arcaro swept UM aitlat
< Ife to fc** ..*f t*.*Ji fb acid bar a food tin division. champions as. the I, handed Joe Hatten. public realize the true strength 'Miami Hurricanes day's two stakes, having r.M>4 .aer sMai.
".,Id'. championship." j Branca's case is typical. While I of the Flatbush party. Ben Whltaker'a My Request' M a
.. w tr ttla.. w b'etp aM i b** ft rub to bit own 1! ..
::' as .seibey.i' ! ..... hwwtd. r IN ,pUt, of league If the owners fix charges: in the hit pocketbook the old I'' I I Open Drills Monday ', Union six-length Hotel triumph stakes In keg the Onod Po. pad1st /

I **. at terse 0*. .a VM. .. .... atop of their next year it will be the second I' ( ) Lehner Browns MIAMI IAPJ The University,of and John's Date mere neat pod iurwwa.a

assault on that vital r gton. The PaulLeapin' of ,Miami football squad will begin,' the wire Musician, the only oUw*
the 4, taw and bs.p4ag track of th* tater-league war brought on open twice-a-day practices Monday and starter, bolted through the rid
I ;t .... -. .. ....... of UM ftohiaarUtttf bidding for college football stars. Seen Modern Rube Waddell I. will continue the schedule right with Job Jessop Just after the atari
b
0 ergot aura Al/i tsar ef fUhtaf than Salaries for big time grid performers -'I, as up until the opening game with of that Juvenile fixture but J.* 7xayM
,' Baylor University here Sept. 28. sop escaped with scrape on bO. IE
_. ,ab 4M iaN ssdw4lchMg. for a 12 to 15-game schedule i
--- -- --- now top many checks paid to''\. By tUNIC( ECK Coach Jack Harding announced: back and was able to rid Bean as
e TAP N-'J,"' Sports Editor]
yesterday. the Saratoga 'Cap.
baseball stars who play 154 tilts. ; I
1; But to keep from cutting their I NEW YORK-The St Louis Browns may be last in the Harding said virtually all of his
'......... $ ro the/ 'T'; own throats the two rival leagues American League but in Paul Eugene Lehner they have veterans will be on hand along j]I Belgium has the world dew. ,
will have to get together soon.A II. with the best 20 prospects from est railroad network, and a .,. a
the Rube Waddell of modern baseball.
uniform salary scale and a day the 1946 B squad, and freshmen tern of waterways second only lo dells gsfees.n
c_ ". as Grid Power draft system will have to be worked I The five-foot-nine centerfielder of the Browns loves to who worked out last Spring. I the Nethf rlands. .
out between them before they I play in his bare feet. Out on Guam a friend of the Brownssent -- ---- - - -

.""' -..,.- til. t1H. belle threaten. 10 run away bankrupt themselves bidding for -in a scouting report on the1 ':

...._ itf 011- f* fl MU carrier than start. ,, native of Dolomite. Ala. I I the fact that he's a great competitor Mize Follows Ruthian PatttrwJ011NNY

...... it .. waastV .-tif. f or professional.ltt In addition a united front what he said: I His future depends on himself ,

U ... ..... .....tt :KUltwof, Perry Sam- fixers.would aid in the war against game Browns"Just saw might a fellow be interested.in whom the He I I I
Lehnrr has the team
..... An Indication that the prosatin was playing centerfield in his this jumped -11: I, FRANK 1C*
twice season, something 1 ,
f. have concluded a bare feet.' When he to bat 'AP *;e* 'e. gr' "
wtwdb.et sealer Itorton em- may came unheard of in the game today
g- r has ....... '. dayv peace part by the end of '48 is he told the umpire 'there's a lot especially for a freshman.In NEW YORK-The baseball ra
M t'W.g. alatiam seeds to not contained In reports that several of glass out there: you're going to Philadelphia Lehner left a reers of Babe Ruth and JOI.R\'

t ......** M ""' out awe KIm .( the rival owners have begun get all your baseballs cut up'* note saying that he had gone to Mize strike a parallel In mane I tr
........ .. golf together and lunch together. After the All-Star game the Toledo to see some friends and red stances. Ruth when he was m'. ;
.tWi III Ewlre of Ul Tuu A. and A year ago they weren't Browns had three days off and I would meet the team in St. Louis. glory, was a 200-pound aI.JlI'.
II 64 ***<* .!..*! troubte.H i on speaking! terms. decided to get in some extra bat- It mattered not that he missed standing six feet batted left ha v I
i __a *** trt t. tt > feotbaQ Pro football owners can't let ting practice. I the final of the series with the ed and hit home rum. r f
testa M, wise NlEiel.t th* lesson of baseball escape them ; "Mind if I run around in my Phillies. Mize has these four qua, :2.
'le fail ... It........ haW Davit much longer The established National bare feet?" Lehner asked Coach I "I knew I wasn't supposed to tions. The similarity do :"
''tt1e1 a oo4 .*.* etNf aUJwarta baseball league highhatted Fred Hoffman. I do it," said Lehner to Mgr. Muddy end there however for boti- ( '
; N **. t.'., out AMI remain m- the new American at the turn | "It's all right as long as you Ruel. "How much is it going to their best home run hits rig
1 3A .......B o..* offir. of the century: before the owners I don bat without shoes. replied I cost me?"' New York uniforms. Roth, aa r'.'
1 yet ,.*.... zee HAVratea te finally got together and arrangedthe Hoffman "A foul ball might bang I "One hundred dollars" replied fielder with the Yank," and U<,?
baseman for UM Oia "
.first
hto tMI'I thtaebsa4. a %I-.me world series. The result has your ankles" I Rue!. as
t u. ..artM **i *vr0anihtf been that each Fall the attentionof I "Lehner becomes more_unpre- '! Lehner first Jumped the teamat In addition Ruth wtf ta J'ss.fly's !.
k trt laaa ... otMnoraM* awreIM every sports fan In the nation tictable every day." says Charley the beginning of the same trip cousin.
t ti taw M M.**** ..... la riveted on baseball and the DeWitt. Browns' traveling secre- East. However he drew no fine Until this season Miaci b*>>
i. W.. P... to popularly supposed series. tary, "But you can't take away because he didn't miss any games. year as a home run hitter 11.
in 1940 when he blasted 41 hovers
10 ft* rynoirtoie tM U.. aDd Mt -
1x .... ....,..ur suns to be ta The Browns were heading for for the St Louis. Cardtn. .'
eta so. trS of UM tukIM New York and Lehner stopped t. .: He is running well ahead of fit
do1 tovM *M UM ruturton R off in Toledo. lie stayed overnight figure having hit 31 bom. -s r,.
0.- ..... IMh'ie hit *4 but arrived here the nut his first 103 games this ...*'*
tWt .the Ml ......,..... day just in time to play againstthe In 1927 when E.t Mt M
e lkae. IN ...... lad. A tUmm and Yankees homers for the all tint. reed
.'sere. sw naew pr.ym Ie .. Recently in "St Louis he was he didn't belt hit 16th fr
MA w */* Btw Jack fined $25 for arriving late for a bagger until the Itttb game
%.#* .. **..*, .... Bob game. And still more recently Ruth was 33. one >rar *.....*
dlE MHMA,It*** ..... Bryant and s et after batting practice against the than the pre ent-Aiy Ml.. TM
.m4 M flMSy. Chicago White Sox before a St. Babe. however had a ir.*.
Louis night game he left the field. finish that >.a.... Wltioc' It
Mass weal M .. twatble I'
donned his strcet clothes and homers in September Ruth bed.
Ire of .o4* e** ***. # a,
*
I t went to his hotel The 27-j"ear-old y 24 homers In 4i tames .In It
a tit .Nat ftj KMI BtA. ta rwtning = outsider drew a one-week sus- If Mize breaks Ruth OM>a (.
bas .**, .**. pant wail .IMV u pension without pay. -U there are many who fe l :..
nl taw field rom Bat the next week he was back I. much credit win go lo the
.. .... alit ba.t4isg. people hitting Ue fences with line drives. ball and the short Pal O<....., -
.... Dozy Dean who follows every .i fences. Outside of the imntr<* .>
- game the Browns play and Giant team and front off** ,t.w *

...... ... IM4tf broadcasts them for a St. Louis are very few people who air ,..
c.at 'IAPI IJoJ4IE. jJ1 hockun, saysLehner : lug for Mize to break Nwtti s) re

.......d tbaHatar. has the makings ofa ord.The

h* great ballplayer. But you ..,.. .. feeling Is only natwi
..'i"X-; tram reM --- -- --- never. know when he's trying or " .' It was Ruth who flnt put trw

taZItrvt. a SAME OLE DIZ-Dizzy Dean, the inimitable r.ohfK.ed: :: not. Sometimes it looks like he .... home run in b&.*bolL IW I.seasons .
kai .- .. lkniwsa slid pitcher now broadcasting baseball in St. Louis really lightsup hasn't got bl heart: in the game ---... -- - hr led' the AMrr..MLeague r ---- -
t fir .. M> .****' to. UMB. t' Sum raw.t and the next moment' he's making In circuit tlwMU Me sa ..
E ; i4a of tb* ctM. A 8outaUtM as Third Baseman Whitey Kurowski of the Cardinals I a great catch: or a great MIZE the first player In barUlt to bM R 4
M* ftt ....SIlI. passes around cigars with the news he had become a father. throw. i . .n his way more than 24 homers a .uee. ..... .. .--


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Citrus Groups To Pick Soil Officials BtNcJe


Plans Day Camp ; Ask Djof -

'Little Miss Florida''Spe I
Set State Meet

j TALLAHASSEE (API The State j !H..tk i !II
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Park Service yesterday announced i i
A t, plans for Summer day camps to j\ W fo The Sunday $en'-lei-torl [Spedol to The SjnoVw Spr'-nt',. red,! (R $ elM!

.' be established in at least three WINTER HAVEN-Beauty contests. arev"old hat" in OCALA-Approximately *H ... eta eM ., .. ....e ea '_>

3' ;.V tot packs next year. Florida-but the Florida citrus industry has come up with : conservation supervisors art expected hu.N aa. tx *rMrr "ate .

' a...eae i Park Dir.by response L. G. Scoggin.to one-day'encouraged a new idea .that will give the small fry a chance to break' here Sept. 18 for their annual ...alesseed -SJ ..

.... tours of nearby parks and recreation into the "cover girl" category and win prizes and fame. one-day State-wide!. meeting. IIaMM R ..1 I .... 4 _

e4t. areas offered to Tallahassee Working, in conjunction with Parent's Magazine the The Marion Soil Coaeeallen tfftmi to 41lasesr
ttir. youngsters this Summer, said the Florida Citrus'commiSsion and<10-- : -
Dist. Supervisors will be heels M
-, t Service expected to s establish the Florida Citrus Exposition will I{ I *nt. na the ..ei.
tlh.Nk b% camps at Santa Rosa State Park conduct a State-wide contest to Constable the visitors at a luncheon B. B ,nth

,3 _'f ,- near Pensacola, Hugh Taylor BirchState" select "Little Miss Florida" who Beck chairman of the local district to a'rr sa
i Park near Fort Lauderdaleand will act as the "junior theme girl" board announced. .
,\ 0. a,' .. .Nf.TfAR.0lD, ICRNADCTTE DUVEAU of Chausee de Mons, Hillsborough River State Park for the industry and the 1948 citrus Faces Trial 1 Hotel reservations for the Menrisors *.- w Iieira'M sttrr.-.... tRI!
i .... *SW tat..,t troy Btlgt\ 'n. J is the "adopted" daughter the Kis- near Tampa. show at Winter Haven Feb. i i are being handled .by 111. -- '

s tit Suvn<$s and Professional Women's Club. Through'its Day camps duplicate the recreational 16-21. I County Farm Agent Cart Hftii IAai ttr -.
I 1 tell ftderation headquarters in New York, the group has:: and outdoor activities The age limit 'on this contestis .1 In Extortion i dricks. IN 'rAAs 4
three 12 inclusive- .
to .
4 .rellr..+ .. to tort 'for the child by sending monthly remittances'''1 of regular camps with the exI -- years TM1wM .....
and the selection of the winner BRADENTON APJ) Trial of j rtaalAin
for the baby's upkeep. jUofF I caption that children come each will be made from photographs to j I I About Florida I aJ
!
.. j i day from their homes insteadof f s Bradenton Constable C. M. Stew- re-l w ..r4tA1t
.L be submitted to Gen. Mgr. Phil .
-4 I ... ... fras ..
M .N
T sleeping at camp. art on charges of extortion, postponed v Ir ALLEN MOUIS
.,
Lucey of the Florida Citrus Exposition -
raa I!' May 12 when three Negro ?j Q. What was the total preds- r.artrdA.
later
> ( :60 Kissimmee Scoggin said the project was expected in Winter Haven not .
Expects M
i' tion of petroleum in Florida i burled etst.lllltt
to be self-sustaining with than Sept. 15. witnesses could not be located af-
I 1946? Occur +iM> IsM f* l
campers to be charged perhaps i j ter a cross burning incident was
': Harry Conover. famous model A. Four wells an owned' by. the
two dollars week to for
Women Adopt handicraft material a and pay salaries j I authority; Ralph Elsworth. art : scheduled to begin before Circuit I i Humble Oil & Refining C* allocated .
aiI; ) Students of counselors.Cooperation. director, and Miss Betty Green, Judge W. T. Harrison here tomor- in Collier County. yiuOm /IMt
tialbf Child i fashion editor of Parent's Magazine ,, ed 56,840 barrels. >.I...
i
of local civic clubs [ro.-
: Belgian \' will select the winner from i ij ; tlltMtlttlelse / .. .....I.L..4 .
and municipal recreation depart-i f Asst. State W. M. i!
QA.avtU..& 'AP\ Untrmitrf 'i ." -' :j T ,'"' 5t-y= $erIneiSteilKISSIMMEESomeday ments will be sought In providing !; the photographs. j who obtained Atty.the Smiley Q. For whom was Pasco OewKy PI!!!:!...: xsBa ..
ft*** .fftmh Mid yesterdayIMM a little children from the areas around !< The winner's picture will appearon postponement named? .4 .
<>es M twice. ef applications Belgian girl will be referred to inher the parks with transportation to the cover of the magazine's | on grounds he needed the missing A. For Samuel Paw. eaM c.r1 __
ftMed Uwy rxprctedJ0 village as the little girl with camp the director reported. I\ February issue and in pictorial witnesses for his case declined Speaker of the Florida HMM r t11r1IfM. ......
....- | H4 .100 Undent 160 aunts in Kissimmee. Fla. i:;i i "We think we've got something \, promotion of Florida citrus. She t9 say whether he had them all Representatives and Untied .Faeaa are p.+ ... wR. e.
f. eae.lt tat tttt r41 terra besuallat I Learning that "adoption" of worthwhile and are encouraged to will appear on several radio pro- available now but said he was Senator. .. ".IIIII!
(,* European youngster whose needy the point where we want to go grams during the 1948 citrus show "prepared to try the case." ; sAaMe1a .... .
lM.I* rt>. ,..Mtrar t office parents deserved help was a possibility -lout and expand it," Scoggin de- here. A Manatee County Grand Q. How does Florida teeniest r'.
aril .... Lift a...... **m. had if handled right the Kis- dared. I!I', A prominent fabric manufacturer Jury on March 26 indicted as. a fishing State? eM/NM11 ., as
... -. aN tfeat tome too simmee Business and ProfessionalWomtn's I 1, Ameritex. has designed a Stewart on charges of extorting A. Florida at the last reek
lWc ........ Of Ut* l.tOO ap- Club through its national special Orange Blossom print and from ing in 1S40. was third tn tw .... Mile1.. -
Mary Ivey Negro
..... .n.u..... 200 art worn- federation headquarters began Man Fined $200 in Sale ''the winner of this contest will by money threatening to have her ed States in pounds of flah i..... tMA MM.

......, all etaes .I s4raa Mt.II&rol has work nearly six months ago Of Fresh Water Fish I model the new styles in a pictorial ', prosecuted for possession and 187,492 and fifth In dollar tA4Ma. itw e.
.... afeetTel to get the job done. layout in the publication. She will sale of moonshine liquor and of the catch 5005000. ....... ....,
\.t...... ST. PETERSBURG TAP] A. F. also make personal appearancesat * -fit t! 'i! .
tit u. tN pssdlsst aprtkaUre.s. Today, thanks to close liaison extorting money from JamesKing
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14 art ,,.. _..sea.psai between New York and Brussels Garner of the G & 0 seafood mar- prominent department stores in Negro by threatening to Q. What was the litMftta_ Iced w ateaaa >*** ,,
s ts .. ket pleaded guilty yesterday to the southeast. of the defeat of the Unten Ate tM'tMnr,
... tee Mtl*. .p plicaI agencies a little Belgian have him arrested for operating
vt--= .,.. t.. ...**"'" fr the named Rtrnadette Duveau is two counts charging him with The contest committee will furnish a gambling house. at Olustee in 1864 . .
sale of fresh water fish and was all needed information and A. This Confederate MIMp s. etas -
ha eeded 13.ftlsaseysr.s getting help from Kissimmee
AM.
** * .;& Mena wemrn mho want to do their fined $200 by Peace Justice JohnT. official entry blanks to parentsand ; Gov Caldwell then suspended saved the Interior lines of ssp. etiMSli M ...-. .- ..",wrlw.
get f.ur.e wrtions 'part t. help win the Fisher. guardians who want to enter \ Stewart pending outcome of his from Florida and confined IMa . ...... ..... .. 'j
el.4glr. .. tss hell. 8ft1C. > for thaw Monthly remittance peace.from the Garner admitted having in his children in the competition. Lu- > trial and the suspension was upheld Federal forces to the t Ut. Pieta .... ..-- tfb* ""'* > ..I
...----r -- a* . ... asefjgla .rn.Ib eNeRed ia the club is used by the parents of the possession and trying to sell 60 I j cey said. The usual contest rules by the State Senate. supplied foodstuffs In asseldse< hair
... .... aeatlees .f Swumrr school child pounds of fish described as Canadian will prevail the decision of the ,i When the case was called May able quantity to the CenJi'*i.n
to provide of the
some things
I ttt4 eswrarearea tar all ether itufcpi I> sunfish in violation of a judges will be final and his office | 12, Mary Ivey. Walter Stewart,! armies in other States
:-.s.: to u .. em w Mill I-t$. AU which under the children American way of State law prohibiting sale of fresh can handle inquiries on the contest and Ernest Mitchell. all Negro * *
Being most
'fJ 4I .1.... trIt lIMa aaa&toede. accept asordinary water fish.Judge i'I only by mail he said. witnesses for the State did not Would you like a free bookM as
6 rJ .* f* ..xlit Xi: .**..**> tfevv may report From the, club Brussel's members say.Oeu- i; appear. the soils of Florida? WriteAfteft -
e tali -Mill'Ni, lf rettatrattoa.f agency i Smiley presented an affidavitby Morris Sentinel-Star Barren. 7M-
> 1MIIW Holds 'Eviction
rre N a t i Ion ale De L"Enfance.tom. Bookmaking Reprieve'Given '
Ie
MIebdryep *f the T.WO ap- ... Police Chief Clyde Benton stating lahassee Florida.
... .....l1ea. aMwt that the this revealing case historyof Violation of Parole Miami FamiliesMIAMI I! Walter Stewart complained to -
baby's 'circumstances
,. ..... nee e.-.wr. a t1ewte. 1.700 "The father used to be a :clerk MIAMI tAP Federal Judge rAP[ ] Twenty families i him a cross was burned in front : PRINTER OIITSoor .., -
... Net Mesees. lice rrpmentenrolled John W. Holland has of his house the night of April 10. WASHBURN Wis. I IUP1 A dMmay
but the office, where he worked is warned that were given a weekend "eviction reprie'"e' -
;;;' "'"" ..., "raM EYfetntI7 i j The prosecutor charged the Mil'"r.rr
going to close. The mother was amember i bookmaking hereafter will be con- yesterday because thesheriffs be a small item tan lit
; t.Mae of ........ aet..ad and 200 are j cress burning caused the three ..
sidered to the 3.411
of the secret a violation of Federal office reported it just mighty important na
She
army. pa
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.'" eH-earnp a hou>- t witnesses to leave Bradenton and
.r" was taken by the Gestapo in July didn't have the heart to put them i idents of this commanHy. YNBeeI
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5. .... At ... tt.ees app.,rd. 1944. After her liberation she had role.Andrew Liebler on probation for out on a Saturday. told the Court "the defense is" ,. the Wisconsin highway .....

to be operated on in the chest illegal] possession of gasoline rationing -; Warrants were in hand callingfor I directly or indirectly responsible. ; ment printed its annual asap IMi
: 'M'M.+ Mutter 'Con/es/on' because of the strokes she got coupons was told by the eviction of the families from I i year a printer neglected M in-
l sera daring her captivity. judge that his probation would be veterans village formerly operated II I I now in process: of being turned elude the "dot" . and the saner
: ... ... KJcJ Out by Sheriff; This family gets only 3.000 continued but that hereafter by the American Legion but lover the-county. of the city.

Jn: ttt& OAK APi I Drputf 6hrtff francs a month on which to live. ,; bookmaking would be grounds for ..
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t w._. H awl" Brvntrd Caans. They are deserving of help being | jailing parolees.
.. '"' .. .. ...4 t....., he. wu "<<1ft. both courageous and quite hon-
... ..... .tasesd Meer a be4Mai U" a eta te- est" I State.Board To Hear
-.. .mt ..4a lar Ry kftiaford. a .

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f -- a *>.. aM Ale *U beach SEEKING UPI Malcolm W. TALLAHASSEE rAP) The Flori -
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tAF h % Andersen 4$. of Miami died early i ida Railroad and Public Utilities
-. "J'IiIf t4ANt .... ben after yesterday of Internal injuries received I Commission yesterday scheduled when you own this one car giving .
*hen his truck skidded and two hearings to receive complaints
c"tft. lfw .ftoII. teed erf then
3Pl overturned near Lake Placid Fri I against services rendered by the !
tslw parti< Mwifwd mad the
1aenrl i. hw ann hte arrival day. Southeastern Telephone Co. BIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST COST
tow-r i The first hearing will be held in
secR. a r sentence ont
.- '" Tart spicy and firm apples generally Madison Sept. 11 and the second
sees tenrrftiit burglary '
'" 1" <" 6uL_ I t_b .t. a ,.. to engineer an II
t ,. .. x 11t41a .. ....,., cooked. I day.
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<."Y Af I Th 0.
'; _. .. >* M4 i y appreted aIaa1en a It.,... State Music Camp at FSU

"it Latest that tail. fer a property
tM irvf tl U }.. daub TALLAHASSEE AP Florida's
[ ] State Music Camp 1
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.. IMP tree ttoiap; our be dekr "takes potluck.ith its campers but never yet has failed .
a$4 II trun with potaa- to come up with the ingredients for a good band and chorus

.4r.tf c taaltprtetlF I.hr. I. -and this year an orchestra.

The Music Camp held at Florida State University. and
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1 Trier I..hk now In Its sixth year accepts 150 4 Qo .rvn k
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high school students to spend five ;
Iw WHALE S uiarrtHOURDAYWEEK weeks perfecting their skill on any many pianists. One year it had
instrument they choose. It began I 20 trombone players. This yearit
> has six. And there's
always a
July 28 and will end Aug. 30.
f..erre. ftri* 4 A ('''taI Dr. So far the camp has not saidIt shortage of strings.
11 UPHOVE till will take ro many violinists for "I expect every orchestra In
instance, so many drummers or so I the country needs more strings"
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Oxford, Ohio.

I'I II I "The problem Is to get students
to play them they're not quite as

... I spectacular I as some other instru-
ir.j I ments and they're harder to play.

< "We never know ahead of time Here are off 'the/ major/ tfrnffi etateMrie rrslIMi11 ._
I vtfiat we're going to
: : : Outland get"However has managed mobile-the new 1947 Ch..rol t If
I:! to assemble a complete orchestra Car performance-and big w.wf wl thwr ea .* e.e. ''ww.

: : i I from the 150 young musicians attending BIG-CAR QUALITY At lO*,. tOt'
!: the camp. His ensemble ear giving

:;:: 'i t has plans given two one more.public concert and

!: ; More than 20 adults also are
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: :I college credits toward a degree -

t ', I,!' orchestra in music and or chorus to study direction.band On look at thIs smartly styled Body by Fisher will tell \ '

I i Some of them already are directors you it's the most beautiful/motor car body in its field\ _

: of high school bands In both inside.and out. h'l extra-roomy extro-comfort-

their own communities.The oble, and extra-safe as well h's one of the mqn/ '
:j youngsters some of them Big-Car advantages found only In Chevrolet and ,' (
; ;I attending the camp for the fifth riced-

1 | year pay $87.50 for the course.I higher- cars. L c... sF ....+. ... ......-
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Can Come True! peM
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choice. In the new Chevrolet, riding is Eke ervWwftn .s.v -- is ...

I There aren't many departmentsof ll perfect weather. Your trip h W n oov I+ellls T 1. 1bII1I
music neglected at the oM eiA *.. Its .,
camp. You ride In -
_tV ,,__ +ftM'\ future end happiness. Use the First ;i!111!! Robert Smith of the university SO balanced/steady comfort so enjoyable over oil types of roods s.aaan. .... .. esele

****** Si**! and loon Auoc otion's "Direct Reduc- II III!;' faculty twirlers has and a four class drum of 12 majors baton- / with the famous Knee-Act on Gliding Weexclwve 4e.1 L.MBr -.....
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fessw ea/ M
*twk .te. Nes" to hove home of ? for example. to Chevrolet and higher-priced
a your own. Buy or I'l'! .. 0..... r1+Ia I tsaslI

l m jtur drflfn hose end finance it the easy way, justpnwnt Ii: ; cars. ItMay
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-c "wwntWy docs it. In a few years your home ,I'' HEAR EVEN INmm I we suggest that you keep your pf...*M tel Sp eeMlll 1Lfl -

'I' I. e bringing it to ut far .lWe<1 ......... ewer M __
.of pur t* free eFjdear. : x dependably by
II Ii!I.' PLACES I Intervals, until you secure delivery .f yawn crew O. t11.... M lit.You f

t1;****& With Ut Before You Build or Buy. complete service cheek-up fodoyfCHEVROL
M !! Ij', New AlMn-On Sonoton ride In safety when you ride tn this bigger-'

looking, better-looking Chevrolet for 1947, thanks to
f Hushes Noise-You Relax! its Unisteel Body by Fisher Knee-Action Gliding Ride

I I This newest Sonotone U the end Positive-Action Hydraulic Brakes-a combination E T
ONLY all-in-one
Instrumentwith of features found only in Chevrolet and higher-
Bi-Focal Control. Great ,
I comfort: through a noisy day! priced cars.OLDSMOBILE.
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=Sumy I Realtors .A.r":r'r 24. L 1847 ._man: : mmynrag THE SUNDAY SENT12 UI-8 TAR. lt. :, QAri11}} tlOi1lJJ1rY! __ I, 4 i





Slwws, Mart 4 Heil? Stability I Realty Sales ftftiEJ'LLL'' [ i I Volusia/ Realty Activity Shown I


1t.. Z.;;. .oa. .. ., IHItDrt1 Hit I $11,450At rI
"' tfcfe: frt rSPt'dcl 10: The Sundog Sentilol-Slot' i I take ae>a.UM el ION .....'
tntictuaivf of the stability of Florida DELAND-Property transfers In 'I seasonal rwK. ---n r
2"* a**** M I*.*** h a tags section gurvey In Day- Kissimmee West Volusia County during the I CeneUurtteadunng P..- ..
**.* ...t fim B..rh, Orlando and Tampa in the week were confined to the sale At.ma. ass's -
... ....- HM ft.....,. indicated that although there (1Soeciol' to The Sunday Sentinef-StorJ of small homes and lots under $5- prrtbuikttm.... ...... tai
KISSIMMEE-Permits for new I 000 according to deeds recorded ....... etlsaL
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activity is becoming. unusually building construction amounted to in the Circuit Court Clerk's office. fey
isaa .t s* -j h - $11.450 the 'first half of granted wt wy tali_ 1
t. during
4t tttst...,a... August contrasting sharply with I shown The market however has or far ..... NIl ... __

1--Ei.eRfrre....Ui toss...t tal iBettes t! Company same show.the $46 period,680 last figure year set city for records the a-p D NeR _r__ ''local the first considerable buyers of July reported with activity many here prospective since bybroktrsA has or P7eN aMtttw a new A Ids effkwceoktmctkM ..... ..... j J

II Ptsrtlti. std pt1P. i Lrrt further indicatioa e. N \
A $30,000 food processing structure i; of continued
't i brisk activity is
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revealed Upon nok,Mlea ef N.structure
.. Iat "'"' upon which work has been st.F: y erw
.... wetee. eli Reports Sales stopped boosted last August's figure [ Commerce through the Chamber of .* will _a. ata \
which
reports
a large new at Mrs Male ke tilt .w
but discounting the proposed ; number of out-of-State inquiriea Uen. )
e a '
food would still the '
I plant give ; about real
'r ... ._. wishfi .tf.soli Mr and Mr*. C. E. K. Moss ofDrtatur 1946 period a $5,000 edge. near DeLand property; located in and Rairlltra. aM Iradrealioeutgtpt I
.. ilia ....... By comparison with 1933. eels m. srwo -1g1w ''at"aUf.
The
and Atlanta moving I housing shortage is still ..
are 1e
Nita ...IM however all eat of ..' ..n r w
:si. l.t ita figures are acute, CofC Secretary Lahr-
..... hit into their new three-bedroom sight During the first Ang 1-15 T wwww Fl r man stated and rental KiMta! eJ dill we ::i
!i: ..... pew eet atd hone at mi Norwood Pluto of that depression year only for the most part, have properties not- caries are Mlt.d
....... ....., .. Fdftvttrr Heights This property $1475 worth of construction: was TtQRACL _r-- I been vacated during the Sum and factUUMaw air ate l
au.4 .M Mid: by The Orlando Development entered Into here. mer. There is some possibilitythat
:f!:tbta tvr Co. Mrs. Nina Lundy. mother August permits issued during r homes that have been built t 1
4 s ....a lure e* Mrs Moss U with them. Mr, the first half of the month are L iv" . for sale may be rented duringthe #es.n..a0iaa 1111
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d.i; t41t, tyrudk If M M .a* the State manager of as follows Mrs. C. C. Pike roof I I current season in order t* 1 MM sr 'iI I
M aNe .. The Marrabtoee of Georgia and repairs $150; Newton B. Norris, ,; R oo M '' t --- w
_t ttttotta. ails la IMV retired They picked Orlando concrete block business structure
\ .... ....... at the Ideal place to takeN $5000; Frances Johnson repairs I
....loll t, a ay from now on. .to roof and front porch $200; Dr. Made of Coquina Rtd .to
-=- ...wt milk ''W. M. Lancaster repairs to porch.
tIiI1f.!!! **, t | .e* r+rat. elWp4to As sib,, ,..,1. tram Atlanta I $100; Clarence L.. Thacker. con- I u Scores of Beautiful Cultsr
4MM ..)*)..... Mr, aM Mn. Robert E. Wall crete block' dwelling $7000:: HarryH. CALLCRYtbt s. I
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''I 1.dr tt.*a4...sh IM.. <... a tract with cottages UOOO.I o Roost t..t "'
lake Alfred and will move
dative *** UM* toi ta TOMOKA FACE BRa( I
.. .. ..... 45 i e4 to M.RMrr Ramsey Home Sold IS' I a' atW I
tfaJ +*.****. 141 hilt... and Mrs. A. H. Smith. Or- Dec ROOM r-1Q lito POOM 11Att DIN-INC RM. .
o SEE THEM! THEIE NOTHING IUI TOMfttATINCTIYE a. e.la
fc.*. to ttst*. Und purchased from C. R. Marion Jeffries I M
t t Them aoa a three-bedroom homeat : To 1:' 13' tit 11' a IS'lilT. ,; IKICKWORK ON YOU HiW HO* I
,.... .. s at'Y' MiaaM. >U Colombo Circle. They will The property of Erskine Ramsey Casa tI.j a Cler Use 'i' I Yf1 ,
... ...w. ar. "prttawaer/t' tar pos eulon on Sept.. Smith proprietor of Ramsey's Delicatessen t u HANDLEY LUMBER COMMHT' I
"L.4 .m t la ... .M to the manager of the Fire Com'AdJualmfn 1154 Western Way. Palm I i GALsGC 740. S. Halley_ akj. i
sl .. Phrtde ..." posy \ Bureau Orlando Terrace was sold to Marion Jef ; ij
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11ui eh.blr i fries of St. Cloud. Mr. Jeffries -
rlesleh .e tet" Thm sales mere bandied by : is the local representative of the I I -- I
...... NMd .i Ran M Hays salesman in the National Foundation for Infantile 1
...... 014... has.Nalw effke of Bettes Investment Co. i, Paralysis and is married, with a ,A RAMBLING ONE-STORY HOUSE designed of the house, where on outdoor fireplace is "FINE HOMESHJOE
...... .... .aPt... U W Washington St. "familY of three 'small daughters. : by Wilmot C. Douglas, architect, Dixie Carlton provided on the terrace. A basement only
.. ........... it ..bdrMagikre The home is a one-story masonry i large enough for heating plant makes for'
j Hotel, Birmingham for concrete
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CA tsartthat ...... Ceramic tile was used by Roman -: with seven rooms two-car garage I masonry Plan calls for minimum-lot front G. MYERS-REALTOt
......... y wtl irrtons to mark camp sites'with guest room overlooking Lake 'construction, although it is adaptable for economy. a
....... "'nr.. In "England and Scotland and ,Silver : of 100 feet, with greater width giving a better 29 i
West
frame brick V
4111Na hose aNa a aUt 1860 years later Indicated to historian The second property in Palm or veneer. House covers approxi setting. Douglas, who identifies this as his Woshingtw

I: f "tied .t the extent of Roman con.' I Terrace 1135 Western Way owned !motely 1,500 square feet area being the Plan No. 6, says"by changing the kitchen and (Just around the corner from Ort.f. 4.4| t
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-- .1.1r I I tractor Garland and G Doering.builder was manager sold to of plans. Illustration shows the rear garden ,side a narrower lot." "FINE HOMES" AT ALL PMC* i
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Store. This home is a one-story 'PUBLIC NUISANCE SUITS BELIEVED THWARTED' I :
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concrete brick bungalow.. These \ TEL 8881 '
sales were made by Col. J. FMoriarty. .

t I the office. USMC of Ret.1 Joe G.salesmanin Myers, : Backyard Airports for Free Latest Plan t i i

i i: Realtor: 29 W. Washington St. I II IJas. .. Kissam Has Them!
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I LOS ANGELES API] A free i I If, for some reason they did. Fox says there is a >tetter than ,
t = Gamble Rogers II I airport practically in your own I II 'I here' the clincher: the fact that ; even chance the plan for "back . I In rich, beautiful colors far tio '

j I! Ii backyard,that's the newest dreamof I the airstrip belongs to the public : yard" airports can be worked Masonry trim or the oilbuckTOMOKA' 'h4> ; I
Architects Engineer I I
out with existing legislation,
: public planners in Los Angeles would tend to reduce the chance '
w I II Building Consultants County which tops the nationin i: of "public nuisance" suits against I II and points to the operation of I BRICK ,1
a similar subdivision [Sierra 00ffFor \ :
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i POST OFFICE BUILDING private flying. i the airport. 1!
I i WINTER PARK. FLA. County supervisors are studyinga I, Credit for the idea goes to William Sky Park] at Fresno Calif.
I proposal to encourage builders : J. Fox regional planning Personal planes in Los Angeles the flitst trickwwk. in TOMOKA, tM .t_'oe t M ..5 I :
.w tt..aaww r/ I I to provide landing strips in the commission chief and wartime County says Fox, have increased brick Nrthiai like Utm one . let toftw. .- .a.t11M t
heart of new subdivisions. Marine flyer.The Board of Super- 500 per cent while the population I J
WELLS DRILLED Builders: like the idea because visors has given Fox a go-ahead grew 70 per cent. To make matters I KISSAM HBUILDER'S SUPPLY 01, : '
LmSFOI. !I and asked for a full report on the .'orse. he says landing fields ISO Ckicac* A Y f..M t salt t I
A'1tr 8 1;;; 1 I I legal aspects. have diminished 48 per,cent.

.. I Ii anywhere 7'.JUA4At T""f I

T J . i: IN FLORIDAAny OI'-'S .
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. plttttrfi4 depth-for I 'P''t i I
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for Home Grove /.N" d.a i

. ,"fiti1 or Commercialuse. -, .. l
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r . .ed..n'eetr9i I We guarantee they believe the airstrips would : k aw
i Water enhance the commercial value of f fI
I the surrounding land. Some homeowners
"", than, at Pittman's of that fine quality "\ No Job too they concede would not I
IN! Mt *rpt tu tint In the minds of builders and, 'i 1 \large Ot tOOsmall. want airplanes overhead at an j
fenrimitNt far almost two decades. Call 23108ft I I hours of the day but then theywouldn't
be likely to buy homes
M*p to tklt Meek to get us. anY'li'ayin a subdivision dedicated

I to private flying. '
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t- 11irk.> I Barnell// Completes New

Home for N.
Doyle Wyre :

u;; LIBBY &: FREEMAN Doyle N Wjre manager of
sociated Stores, has As-I
711 W. Church St. new home at 609 W. Yale Ave ,
Mr. and Mrs. Wyre and young
a TeL 9869 son who have been living at the.,, 111
srsp Orange Court Hotel plan to occupy -1 'IIy
their new home about Sept. ':,
1. The home is a three-bedroom I
concrete block construction and I
WORKSAVER was built by E. G. Barnhill for :
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MHtk to meet your requirements now on hand . SIRE A TQMOB .e

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y.'/e invited to come in for a demonstration I P'NEILLEEs The Prestige and Pride of Home-Owning Are Yours :

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tally.e Ipaf w1 ..... ... W ....,. ....r..II.' tyitm it practiced TaleWOKKSATEK i
weld p.w e..... te., ....1 .._ HMtrtc Trackt ffer *ew epportmiitiei I* prestige of home-ownership and the pride of providing a MNN
oat elf i..... ..... ..-.Mae5L sae .... _ttUev_. tower. torts sad laureate. yrodactio C.m,1eta SALLAS & SALLAS THE foundation for your family's happy future are opened to yen ay YItIt I I i
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n tl 534 W.,Central Are. Ph. Ion his advice is wise. It leads to profitable investments and safe .h...e .p1 I I "

*+*! tllilis.. kt b r4o.staNt .w..tf4, aeries.w..nd. hijh-lorque. bail-bearing. S. F. Solid J. Ie Sallas Founded on a deep desire to render real service to hit lednn I I
P11,41W ,..., lift .k" separate meter; hydraulic release cushions, chases.
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s:= :.:. Lowe: -If Its aw htiCOST citizens, his counsel is friendly interested and unselfish. Rising... Ml I

..".i'Y ..1r. IHW4K .. |4.. tag ttfe a" ........free eperation. Unit Is donbleet i \ .. Tim. We untiring efforts in the service of his community the beauty of your dr. I

...........dtteeaad. !**.. | .Vf HMlM4 and ran In lubricant. All gears mounted LOANS Fis.nc homes and public buildings are proof of his ability.
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AND M&XWORK to I PAINT ESTIMATES: Color suggestions -
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-|. sAT Strata) ACHX DELITXRT SERVICE Light j :Free estimstes. Lowest coat engineered chair and carnage. PMw tiV
Reliable painters recom-:
r* M **<... S-.rh.abl.1e.1 fIN rnaosbIs aDd btollni.rate.Prompt Ph. 6421.KTTlc Mills order.and Central Nebraska.Florida LumberCo. mended. Hatch. 4O01. At Glldden. I S HOUR DRY CLEANING: with delivery Installation. Brttts "General 1747 Kohl: Ave. .
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> *) Stfvssatls service Peck's Quality Electric" 354 K. Orange. Phone 8942. .
PIANO BEDROOM SUITE-Prewar t **-
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t.s*- -a ELECTRICAL REPAIRING and housewinng.
I Hltt st.t..ss .1 VvpVosThlMmdi&fl-- ALUm TAB LUTES.: INCNtUOflSlargest CaU 4514. Miller Willis. ity workmanship at reasonable Qual-I Cleaners. Ph. 4055. ALAMO VITREOUS POTTERY-Clay including roil apctege, IlL Ca! >
noTCn of household goodsCftfl : Fully guaranteed. Can 5300. flower pots. Wide assortment colors : seen st 115 E. Harvard .
I rdeUtr 8tor re ft wtrefaonMCo Electrical Contractor.iLCTRIC sled Store for immediate service. sad silts. Wyckoff. Hdw. 2524 .
... tot free estimates en your lout CLEANER SERVICE-Only BEACH CHAIRS-4144. fee* *
CWed ....... IM & & dlsUnc morin 5V 1 W. Jackson outlet for genuine Hoover parts. PAINTERS AVAILABLE-Free LEAKS! LEAKS1 LEAKS'-Anybody Kuhl.: : rings 110. baby beds. (t( sad :

I I. _* I*..!..I!: Mr.. .am..1 at. Phone 2-3114._ For only modern authorized upkeep Hoover service service call eta-the I Orange mates.; phone Arnold 2-3788.Paint.Store. Pati-I can them.fix them We find but them.everybody Ph. (718.LARGE UII.ttllld ANTIQUES sofa glasswsre.: Mahogany china.bureau modern chest.oakeightoleeo I, Vacuum nlture Co cleaners. 304 w 810.. CItomh WbEIi '

TtJItTUK BUND PEOTS DCUTKRT Strrlce phone 2-1755.: IIU'lICE-Wm Central suite. 1220 i ...lips.
= tlon. Bumby Hdw. 4104 or PLUMBING PALMS. shrubs heavy objects dining room BATH TUBS-Truasaed
.. c.a..., will r* 7473. lUht moving and baullDa; Plumbing ft Heating Co IS N. t. Palmer St. I outfits cvwateM 4T 5. :1a1
derrick truc Bath
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..... .... *4t.L ftWktr4 Sr..rr.s4 DUMP TKOCK 8XSTICE Top Mil I New parts and rasors In stock.: See -House painting u an BuildIng I ANTIQUE door fencing screens-, many things. BOODLE BUGGY-C.Ce "fc
t.s M*. Art***. PkM.1 tm dirt: delirered. Writ H. A. Mr. Olson San Juan Pharmacy. 5149.fI art. conserve your money. Improve CONTRACT OR subcontract. good coadttt '11. Cab =lf
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... .T$71 P. O. Box 102. Lockhart. :your home paint safe with Stanley or repair.. Box 241 Pin Castle
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- Cowat7 33R12.Vl.ORD FLOOR f Call 2-3930 for estimates. I florIda
PMiN J'1a.1 I P. Curtis AMMUNITION long short and
.. 1 INtR Prompt service. Mouem equipment BABY Brooy-oeM SMSM4M
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|**t a.4 Found long rifle. Also 22 shot. 22 automatic
I ROOFING Free estimates. 3 year
STORAGX ; portable power unit. Establish .
I ? YAK 221tt.BOATU:
Good Places to EatWHEN I
30. 2S-20's 32s: 38s: 45s: 30-30s: ,
Roll.ablngles : :
workman licensed. to Work suarsnteed.
... 4 .*... 0 sll.t Put toad wanted to IfauachiuetUr I ed 1935. Skilled : pay. I assortment shot shells. H.
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tIi I ..* A>*hM Or.*... 0. S. < rwiu. AIM to or from. Atlanta.. ; Smith ft Sons 4668. I PLANNING a banquet wedding H. Psrrish Hardware 220 8. Orange ft. rw weal M-
Co. Phone 6582. ;
facing
O PboD $ for free .gtim&tes.133I I ..
Ft reception birthday or dinner a-4503. II W Wa .
4 M >*S. W/MSS* tUt4f ... I' : j Aye Ph_-1841. Telephone
M tn_St.LZ4OU.t1aoLhcJS FLOOR OANDING-'teIZbinI. Ia.- REFRIGERATION SERVICE Commercial party eaU Lonxwood Hotek ton.
I Local mortal tialize Pentra-fieal treatment. 20 I and household maUL 13 for suggestions and COMPRZaaOfV-Wltb 1 ... p. ...
... Parlors QaIL
2: tf BOAT-14 foot CorM
craUN. packlnf. Also TTS. experience. Modern equipment. Good work charges reasonable Perguson motors large aise without motor .
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I Deleter's tons DistanceMQTlnt. Work guaranteed. Licensed. Promptservice. Refrigeration Service. Ph. 9752.: LoBllI'ood.l'paint (u*. 1225 Catherine off _. V-4 Conversion. Very *
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Things
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.. i..SM .. ..... L&kt.4 lOt Marl St. Dial 496$. C. R.__ Burke. 7851._ MUlL BOATS=Uni n e...- SI.whI. -.aiiM ?,
........ .*. P1's IS5UtSSS4 ssZ&t. LONG DIS1ANCX MOVING All FLOOR SANDING-Flnlshlnc. clean RADIO REPAIRING Dependableand ORANGES. Oranges. AIR o :r-Dl7\o11i: FsJr-i Leaves head free fat '"
: .41 points. Packlnc. eratinCt local mo.- i ing. warms. Exclusive: agent for I economical: repairs by"factorytrained at Laos's. We deliver.. Phone 4332. bsnka-Morss. sessoncondition ing. 475. 423 S. Eola Dr Was* **'
tall.s :: .atrtws-oi tac. 8udfl U Movtns & Btortre Co. Flor-Co Sealer which: cuarsntees parfeet technicians. Call Scott7 I 50 W. Central. guaranteed. 81.250. Phone
; lr*- II* W. Columbia. Phone 4154.IMPTT satisfaction to you who desire at Britts ''General Electric" ..tore.J5e .. I 2-1809. only.
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I' : .s.... V. prs-to.t sad Quality Lusting Floor Surface Co, N. Orange Ave. Phone 8942. BOAT.-Collapsible: Plyo4. M Mat
, sttJt DUt 4222. VAN returning M. Y. pointsrovte. : 32. Articles for Rent AIRPLANE .OlJl108--Complete stock
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I Established since 1925. 1809 1 OranseAve j accessories. HO-4J 12 ft. boats. Sena* M ss"
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i" phone 7536.FVRNrIVRE REFRIGERATION SERViCE Con I boats. racing cars. Model aDd Nebraska.BOOKCASES _
If. Railroad.
rates. United. 2U W. Win. I DO THE: WORK YOURSELF-Rent '
,*I1ptAbTtaALO5 At : Antique and domestic: 12 years la 566$. .... ..... gj -
.. Oft!* 1-3191. MADE OVER- r our sender edger or polisher. It supplies Haley 214 N. Orange I to ywar '
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f hr .. .... *cS4 rI $ a. 5.saIy Y.I'I and modern furniture made new by Orlando. Work guaranteed. A. T.Blask cost very little. Smyth Lumber Co. ALUS-CHALMERS: Power units aow either moveabio typo or toe a*>-
.=-_5 bass If. Services Offered our expert"workmanship. "Opes for I ?. phone 2-7452.: N. Oranje and Railroad available. Immediate delivery. Complete mancnt InstaUatln a* :a.J? alae OS04'feo.
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Inspection Russ Mattress Co. 1122W. RUGS UPHOLSTERY CLEANED t stock from smallest t* largest. or shape of peIss. -
APPUAKCXS RIPAIRnj Fans i i : Church; 2-2213. _ i Expert workmanship fast service FLOOR SANDER-Edser and polish Also Farm Tractors General Truck work Co. Dial 4127._ p .. m04t a 04.
= 1 .....a'tj. iwa4k Is.UUS .... Ph. 5186. Guaranteed mothproofing service. Ph er. All new. Arnold Paint Store.; MeRse 9809. OifVraateed *t..
n. Irons and lamps. :: FURNITURE: REPAIRED refinlshed.upholstered. Equipment Co. 2319 ; BATTERIES- $*4A 14 5 e 5
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iliVimrI JohnxHi nwtrte Co. 23 E. Church. I Pick up. deliver : 2-2890 KleenUe Co.. cf Orlando. I Orsnge. chants batteria repaired Wo tss*
.. .. ANTIQUES-Estate and art pieces.
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I. AWHIKO8-Let as help you with .: Pauls Repair Shop, 2411 East Wssnintton j SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED and FLOOR SANDERS New American Rare plate Jere Beery. 11 Ma- old batteries. 17th sad South Orae
t1L4. 0.M--- .... a.4)41 .- rise arnlni problems. For free _Street; dial 2-1144 : cleaned. State approved 20 years I "8" new Idler.Roruollable rates. I grader Arcade.LLMVNTTIOT6Shot Blossom Phone 7544
... .S4545 5"s tvumstes. call Mr. MeO. at 9824.Awntns GENERAL' REPAIR Also new buildins. In business. Altermatt. Call 0730 or' C. R. Burke 1805 Bumby.7841.. BUILDING MATERIALS 5 5 .*..
--..- ..... --. 432 8. Bather 7571 for service and also cabinet gun shells 12. 1
Pianos Co- I! _Call 6050.___ ., FLOOR SANDER edtcn 18. 20 and 410 gauge 22 rifle cartridges flooring; 1 I I 1 ( a

I ......... sad .......i". I I AW KINGS-Roll curtains and V.neI. I I GUTTERS AND DOWNSPOUTS In i 3-;: lander slid floor KuhL 1I01l3ber'l long and short Hennsn'iLnaaOfflre. shielding 2 s 4 ft 1-ta spsaem.
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lisa Miads made t. order. F, stalled. Also sheet metal work of SCREENS PAINTED Ph. 2- I Wyekoffa Hdw I 27 W. Church. boards: 24" s 44" wtawowa. fva *e
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; totimates. Colonial Awning Co. 421MllVrrnt any kind ventilators chimney hoods, TOOL RENTAL-Paint ) sod screeas a ay )
.tia tkawrt 111I A .. Phone 2-4612. etc. Phone Winter Perk 409 day. Orlando bench-saws mowers I 2x4. 2 x .. 2 X 14. elortfte w r-
1. Installed. State saws power
c.,. i iAcrrYLI'MB SEPTIC TANKS- approved -
.1'' ..... ....4&k 2-O077 night. Dunnacan Metal I gal capacity. See our flooring equipment concrete mixer j tee: BZ cable: Ne. 14 stir ti .4y.ial
600
and electric welding;
t .* *.**** .--.. as C-"I Pa-k. ARC WELDERS Lincoln: Fleetweld fixtures celotex. etc At..,..* saa.4LYi
work oa pumps $55 mills Co. 1004 W. Fairbanks. Winter lanka oa 17th St. West of Orange and misc. Young's Tool Rental. 100 -
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... rods. Everything for the welder.H .. _
:l *.* t 0 Wt. Tr. 2-4519: Hagea-Mueller.. W. Washington, 7323. prices John De"' Lake 4.ia.aaa.Jamalo. .. 14
w sad road construction machinery; HOUSES WASHED Screens and Blossom N.
R. Williams Supplies. 811 .
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h< staminum windows. Look paint SEPTIC TANKS Cleaned; every TYPEWRITER RENTALS Beach St. Daytona Beach. Pis. Ph. I I
M MKM ii ;: a.s s'a. = 'I .., tt rMm._W rk.. 131 W. K.lfT.AOV1CK Fn. estimates: work suarsnteed thing pumped and hauled. P 1 monthly and quarterly rates Check I 2220. II BICYCLE: PARTS AMD ACCE3 iuilComplet
...- ;...... ., .*>.*ai. ttrlMt(44,. OrMM A I -TO BOttDIHS=And SupDii I Call: Aatrey. 6328.i _. Burke permanent resident bonded. with Georae BMert. 13 8. Main at I I stock fee W% MW
t'b < ."i I, otatioaa.. ke Mr. lion at Mills HOUSES WASHED Steam-Lux i iI insured Route 19. Box 231:_2-0674 ., phone 8158TYPEWRITERS: motor bikes Guarantee senna awfactory
f ;c 4'I' __ Itoa.wd" I JM: rer. trained .erbaast WwsiaaeMotor
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csa Jsa.'a. sad Hesransa.ALARM process look Call Steam I TRACTOR WORK New ground For Rent-by day aMPI..InER-Contac: Amperite mlke- : Sales. 402 M. Oraaee A*..
=-14 4a s4Stst.sL I CLOCKS REPAIRED Any House Washing Co.. 2-3425. and let :, plowed dirt moving landscaping.Ph. month. Office. Equipment Exch... OrtslnaUy COM 480. price 425. Caa Pnone 2.4682.BATHROOM .
f had at clock or electric equipment.Wo I us tell you why. Estimates free. i iI I 9104 or Winter Park 1304-W. Smith-Corona agents. 220 8. MaIn be used for any musical Instrument.Publlx .
...... .5_ ..a.s.d ,' fix everythias. Barker Repair HOME: SERVICE General repairsNew TREE SURGERY-AH kinds. Palms 8850.: I I Radio Shop, 414 E. Washlng-i i, ACCESSORIESTwwJ
.sd 51 bars lOa dishes peptr 5.ea5ate.
:::. $145. 41 W. CesiraLPk. 1690._ I construction. Windows screensand I r trimmed or removed. Dangeroustrees ton Ph. 4792. .. ..
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....'ii \ 1 I ALTERATIONS DRESSMAKING caulking service. Licensed and our specialty. Pine trees removed 33. Articles for Sale I BDS-Roll7.00d: twin club chair i:I attractive dmlgas by "..-...**. *
ItO.ajl. 4.. Mn Anato. Snyder.' 204 W. 1 bonded DowswelL Phone 9522. cheap.: Lots cleared. Licensed with slip cover; reasonable. 103 1.. Knox Stores Co. 21 X. Flaw. tOa.ig"
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St $5 Oaira. Phono 455._ LEAKS LEAKS LEAKS Anybody' can I bonded t. F. Newton 114 Irvin; ASBESTOS SIDING and roof shingles Orlando Ace :i 2-3143
1 . SO5sS4. . SiSsit._ tisl.Pr.. I AUIS CHAUIXR9 SERVICX and l fix them. But. everybody can't find I Phone 21147. roll roofing and asphalt ablnglet i BICYCLB-Olrla' 1944. A-l condition.Se :i ...' .4
...... L* Get them at Mills and I BED-Roll away. foMiao. Qta O.
X *..,. ..5'-... k..... parts: tractors and power Bnife I them We find them. Ph. 5718.LAWN I TREES DEMOSSED, trimmed. taken' st 1804 Park Lake Ave or :j condltloa; (1'. Can (IT" *.
.a. .SS '_N. i: Perm and Homo Machinery CI.. 40 MOWERS REPAIRED; Also down. Full insurance. J. B. Hansh- ALUMINUM MOULDINGS phone 5057. "few
W. KoMnsoB; phono 2-2713._ lawn cutting service. ton 525JB._Summerlln.. Ph 9777. snd sink rims. 20% off Hebruta'i ,I BEDROOM .UITB-M..*
t "*I 414.1* 1..: -.B .D-Dla-I I' I Steel Sales Co. 100 W. BOAT Trailer motor Bargain.422S 'i I trIc range Priced reaswekkt. 494Boardman
Co, 2309 N. Aye.MIRRORS .
i "' ls51$. 514a. I BULLOOZlft. BEBTICX Clearing, TRACTOR SERVICE: : New ground 3-1442. 128 Harrison St Ph 2-2437. I Air.CERIBIRAPTRe.Th..5.
.. :.L: ., _ _ inibMBC tad iradiac. Also paD I RESILVERED; made te'' plowed lots leveled. Contract %
1 vork sad palmetto raks. Phone order; window glaxlns lass. Orlando hourly rates Phone 27253.UPROLSTERINGSllp j I ALUMINUM GARAGE,- .i
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0, fltT1 building. 12x20. Aluminum framesnd cruiser. Sleeps 4. llMasM wkaW
.. _, ... ..--. 1-4427. J. T. Murdoch._ I Olsss AMlrror_ Wts.: n4i.I I r covers, refinishlns. siding. Overhead door. Special BEVERAGE COOLER-t-Ft. only about 30 hours we! __.< .as*
.... .... J. a..u.. BEACHES AND FILL Serrice. Free MATTRESSES riwEDiir We call without obligation. price In one nly. Mills and Nebraska. 44400. wIll take "(.::108 Gomee II.t' .
....*. .... 15141 5a. estimates. Crosby Stockla DredcC Open for Inspection" means we ,, Artcraft Interior Decorators. 418. W Polished aluminum with ,tatnlesisteel Green. Ill Broadway, Day****. I......
0' .... s1 ..... 145 ISita.S4aSl ,, Vs. P.>. tM7 after 7 30 p.m. are proud of the expert work we do CentraL 2-OOO6 'r 22353.UPHOLSTERING I APARTMENT COTTAGE equipment. trim for lasting beauty and Florida'COMBINETTES. _ _
15 1. ".. M. c iCRrn-iLooRS- >wss.sts 'I I[ with the latest equipment. Pay a visit -We completely replace -' Complete kitchen with relriscrawr. tons wear. Disappearing Boors thaI 1 Gray ...... -
rasstones. Reasonable. 'I to Russ Mattress Co. 1122 W. i all parts except frame. Your range sink and cabinets. Wster slid Into the cabinet: out of the way
plorto with feY"1&Ie.
'heaters. Heating systems both gasand .
Thirty years la _..IDeSI. Free Uates Church; 2-2213. I work is returned to yon better thee oiL Modern Appliances Ins. 428' or can be removed completely for t'Stores Co. U B. I'IM P... t-
'ft... l..1a.slloa. C. N. RId,. Winter Park 469.VXT16 OFFICE MACHINES REPAIRED-Our wbea first bought. Open for Inspection N Orange: 22514.ATTIC cleaning or loading. Two extremely
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large heavy duty copper coils with
: service cuersnteed Check with : Russ Mattress Co. 1122 W.
.-.-.... U C' ...*.,. A... sad Ironiof.5TRFCK1NGWashing 1344 Indiana Ate.WMiterPark Georte Stuart 13 S. Main St. phone Church:_2-2213. VENTILATION STSTEU m-la.< centers and aluminum fins era; door chiseL tork a.. tI _.
.. .. 11..0. ... 4158 Cool by Cooleaire. Completely Installed for greater heat absorption gives kinds Smith Limber C* Sand OM.M
......... PAINTING i VENETIAN BLINDS-Made like new la your home with DO down maximum cooling to all parts of the RaIlroad _ ssx.4, *
services. Call
I FREE-Special: 1 room. Lowest prices. Best
CONTRACT BUILDING of new homes payment. 1480 per month. Modern cabinet: quickly and economically. CAMP STOVES J.-.
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j.,4ckaI ... 1M151. sIt14a.I celling- and walls using flat oil Adams. Ph. 9558-919 W. Central. Or-I S
sad repair* to homes and building i I AppllanceL425_ M. Orange; 2-2514. ares ahtpsotwtwart. Susli ....
:; [ 5.55.. 3 II'' any kla4 Repairs linaaced. T. P. ps in I. with each outside paint Job. lando. Pla. _ _ _ _ _ Walter 3. WDeox Inc. 81 E. Robin- 'i 102 W. CaortbCIRCULATIWO
P... 11 llard. 133 E. Concord; phone 2- Best materials used. Free estimates. L I WASBINGMACKINE: REPAIRS ; AUTOMATIC WATER 10153040taLCirculating HEATERS'I son. Founded 1934. '
.... ;; : M.Helfand.Ucensed2-4287. I makes all work Electric and gas. WOOD KOfflftPerfect
4 ag 4' I. I Service on an I and I
; I ; oil beaten. Horse SA tm
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tu.r :* ROADS BUILT-Also lime rock -24 hour guaranteed. Al Wiggins, 2014 E. Ksley.,, Spark. Frem 37,000 to 70400 cash. Phone (340COOLERATOBTict
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aetac vita surface treatment. I service Ansco colored film. 3 day j Ave. phone 4247. ____ BT.U. capacity. BATHROOM TILS la Rust-Proof Per- I
if ... :.a...... i; ;: Work suarsateed<< Bomb' ft Etimpoa. service. Another service at McElroy'sj WASHING MACHINE REPAIRED: Ante fans from 30 to 48 In. Silent matUe. All colors. Low cost free I Iu (M
? ._ ........ 3 1. PwI Inc. Phoni 7449._ I j Pnsrmscy. 125 N. Orange Ave. makes. Manas official service. breese taD.I I estimates. Central Florida Sales. 2323 Gas stove with Ms : ..JJr
; : ; 51 '. n.uJml-O-- PRESSING: Cub PIPE CUT and threaded your ._ Bartons next to. Cotony Theater. I We can make immediate deUverf N. Orange: dial 4544 ; 450. 33 N. Brows 4t >
} .II ..... ..i.ii7Cia4 I sad carry prices will save youaey. clflcatlon. Florida Pipe ft Supply 1 Wister Park 93 I I and Installation on an ef the BABY STRO&.LERS-OootI selection. COATS-3 400d csmdltlx 7
........ .- au .. P\M Brief .. your clothes SII.rlor Co830 W. Church: phone 4118. WELL DRIl.LING-WI specialize in above Items. Special prices. Bumby Hardware.' or womam. 1 dark HDee .
.. CTe.aers. ZI1i Boone 0\. mall dIameter deep well. 2". 2 Vi" Willard and Reiser. Togas Theater 102 West Church Street and 1 brows reefer kott 14.vcisbt. .
fi 'i i: roofs.dmevsy and 3". Can Install wen and pumpon t block. colonialtowB. Phone *130.ALUMINUM j. nitakto toMtk t** SMS
& ..wu. CONCRETE SERVICE-Fleers I BARB AND WOVEN WIRE: fencing.Also Also 1 boy's brow t M l MM !
"ft5srp *. steps and walks. The PLUMBING INSTALLATION PRA plan. Call or write P. F. < SCREEN WIRE-Number
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I fencing stsples. Amco Feed house Rsrdlut" As.
: :t.ra: Phone 15th on 't.. "
Lontwood. Pla 4.
I bill ta enilneertnt, workmanship French. 18 mesh. 32 taclu: 38 Inch 48
Store.
!" : 300 West Robinson. Phone north of Par sit Ole AsMWS7. ...
.PfIiI. sad materIaL Free estimates. For And Materials. Complete stock of WASHING MACHINES: REPAIRED- inch. Southeast Steel Bales Co. 100 5883. .
P41C? osturtts work of aU kinds call 6780 roughing materials and fixtures. All makes. 24 hr. service aDd W. Amelia; tel 2-1442. I
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4. 55 I i or 'sio.: Borhtrsn Concrete Co. We guarantee prompt installation it.waiting pick up service. Caldwell and Harris. AIR CONDITIONING UNITS 2 portable. BEDROOM SUITE-Twin. osk. spring CHILD HIGH W44WK .
5. ... O. 'IL h.I Iba. fer I and mattress. Like Inquire Pfcso
for scarce materials. Estimates : new Concord. s-4 af
t5ps ..14s5 Trival CONCRETE FLOORS etc. we form 2213 Edgewster: Dr. College Psrk. Carrier and Kelrinstoz. Suit- :te
pour aad finish coacreto Doors.driv..sy1. cheerfully siren. Call 9889. 2-1972 able for cooling: office.: Priced rea- 34. Stymie Place, & CARD TABLES-be*!*** ..,..
I I Libby ft Freeman. 111 W. Church.POWERIJtWN Ph. 8774BEDROOM .
: ; walks: u wpa. For WELL DRILLING-We are equippedto I senable. Phone 5294 or 5433. I Formerly 44 45. whfl 14
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caD 24254. DunhamCeel. SUITE:-Pre-war 3-pice $3.95. Orlsado APwHaar c.
piles ostlmsu drill shallow and deep wells. Any ALUMINUM AWNINGS Folding i
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maple box: prints innersprtng Orange ATS ntm.
.. ..Lz ..... .... I c. size up to 8 Inch No water no pay. new. modern different lightweight-
MOWERS repaired msttress. Also violin aDd viols both
months CABINETS China osMi ... .
!CONCRETE WORK; driveways steps. I Nothing down 34 to pay durable for year-round Hn1ce.I
I .. : walks floors teptle tanks; A- and sharpened. Minion Dustier Belmsny Wen Drilling aDd Puma Styled to let in the air. keep out fin. instruments. CaD at 539 Grealy I to order t* fK %.. o** fctt, .
;: :: -fa -_u4 ......, eased, tended: Southern States Floor Co. 2309 N. Orange 9714. Supply. Route 3. Winter Garden I I the glare and driving rains. Available St. Ph 21011.pEESl00 short notlc UitaaJ MIl...

... .. WSVPt.... TIII"IT co. I i Co.4714 or 1-2204 for "estimates.DT k PLASTER PATCHING by an expert. Road. Orlando. 71*. Ph. 7087.wGgEY.g I la variety of colors Whitney hives. Standard eqalpmcnt. i Dial 4127. .
.... ...a4.. ...... Csl 1.14.1 CLEANING W* employ only Also minor repairs Orlando Home : ) : MODERN ROME: repairs. ft Guy Distributing Co. Inc.. 2425Edgewater Box 500 8-Star. CALCULATINOMACH2Rf' ___ ; t4
1-- ... 1 -1 ... ... eo.1& .- __ ... u.i toted- experienced help: and Maintenance; dial_9948 Additions roofing Nothing down. Drive. Telephone 4913. BENCH SAW-Drill press lathe motors honed Marthaat eltort, l. ....
1i .._... tUSSI -_. 5.5 odors B&aeMaery Try us. kfacDuffCloaaora. PLUMBING REPAIRED-Bill King for 34 months to pay if desired. Phone ADDING MACHINES-Portable lightening air compressor radio and matte multlobcauoei sad 4Im..
... .. 54 .54 ..14sH.. 204 Rldiewood.' corner I prompt guaranteed repairs. Phone S024 for estimate. All work gvaraateed. -i adding machines. 112 95.I refrigerator parts and equipment. Approximately S pale* of a.vcnlot. 5 .-.
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- -.: I.' Heights markets RALEIGH.In the if.Eastern C. tUPJ North IVteen Carolina 'I'Prices Decline !'Production Lags W Knowles-The)a rm; Average

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flue-cured belt begin sales Br Chapel. has

i : .....*, AT A stases Monday as tobacco auctioning I I WINTER PARK The Rev. with Rl.a it It ot'
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: ..$. 544 t54h moves into the third flue-cured I! CHICAGO tUPl Good and :I DETROIT (IUPJ Steel pinches. with startling dfe WAMIIWT' W -
. John Branscomb, outhor of the '
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1445 S .5se 14119.mm
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5.s -- 5565 147 -...... choice steers and yearlings gen- ', labor strife and current heat-wave':! the sky. .r .
I The U.S. serv- Amen Corner In The Sunday Sen-
Crop Reporting
4'0 SI.ep .9 erally lost 1-2 at the Chicago .. The gold-leaf was applied by .
: : 44ew. .=:: I ice said that Aug. 1 indications stockyards this week. Hogs however tinel-Star.will be the speaker tomorrow shutdowns have put another damper George Cartwright. supertntetvtowst .f. I' p
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'pointed to the second largest crop advanced 1.50 and sows as noon the Rotary lunch o the auto production and of grounds and bUdill. .w., ,

MEW YORK CAP1 'TU stock I'on record In the Eastern belt's I much as 250. eon.The price outlook for the rest of the week. The cross is Idlf. ... .

: OStk"$ .Mrl@S tM put week disM history. A crop of 450,870,000 I j Lions will have a closed and the cross-bar 1 e

i ,...p:4 tmtukLfly lower trrad pounds was forecast slightly below I'' The largest price advance on meeting Wednseday at their ragu-. year.The at night the i.but ...
last years all-time high. Thisyear's sows went to weights more than addition to I' has been hit hard Me -
"' *%** eMttUtcroU derived lar supper-session; in public light from the tower and gVraeM .
MM MtktiidLsQa from the fin crop was produced under' 400 Ibs. cows comprised about business to be transacted, In the pocketbook by dwindling in the clear moonlight.So ,

.*| 4t...*. mere the slowest for cool and dry weather-unusual : half 28.50.Bulk the crop. The week's top cub will hear an account of Harry I'I'.Brown's '' production and is likely to face far no successor has beet .I

u. nIIYIM'I ..#. this Uift tttn. Major comr growing conditions during the was recent trip to Alaska f more Prices have jumped up- appointed to the pii o. ''

....... ... r..rd peaks. botvUfUaw normal May 'Planting season and good and choice 190-260 The Kiwanis Club has signed :' wards sharply. i,of the chapel _

Hn ...... transplanting was 'delayed two to Ibs. '27.50-28.25: most :270-290 lb. with the Barter Theater Players, fir Ford Co. is the only tion of Henry Morse Edmonds I .

three weeks. hogs ranged 26.25-27.50; 300-330 who apeared here last January ,. S maker that has not raised Spring. "- .
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performanceshere $0
Ibs. 25252650. Sows under 350 to present
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.a..,. .... ... pan.etart The number of sheep and lambs ,lbs. 24.50-26; 400 Ibs. 23; 450 Ibs. the Friday nights prices since OPA died last Fan. Restaurant f _
doubt that ..
..ba.... by 1M GsmsmralsaMtI on feed In New Mexico currently I,22. Jan 29 and 30. The money clear but industry circles ExplosionKills . .
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Ford hold out much longer |
..a4lh4 aid pje.p.ftzhtg II hated at 20,000 head. Record hot weather cut the beef ed last January and on the com can One SevenIEEEC -

,,.. ac.a-t (ho ...... rub4) yield and the week's steer top was ing project go toward the with low output and higher costs. Hurt slot c 4 t-J jja. p
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1rntifr 34.25. paid for about dozen loadsof Kiwanis particularly -
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cropped toward and i .. .1.
the end of the labor _
up progam been blamed higher
...1t.M.......... they o cnditionine npi .
choice to prime weighty steers., for youth.. W JF
week but lack of real demand 1 material costs. But prices also killed and seven ..
ftaHwi attributed Sizable went for 33.75- and the Man and res.. 4 tfia Mfll
*rrt supply presented Arms
made these .
unimpressive. The bounce upward with lagging pro- ers injured yesterday a
w___ t.rtf. afctpttciMi r*f anfi&f the President's forecast of a record I' 34.15; some good and choice steers Much Ado About Nothing. since the auto industry explosion and fire at I 1- "

Wa>rn wttildBfc, with UM ttoudy budget surplus for 1948 and Washington and yearlings 25-32. Heifers sold The Winter Park Telephone Co. ducton. volume output to bring Grill here. Hart. 0

: ..Mit Hrtart Stringed lolknrlnftt assurances that a recession 30 early; several loads 29-29.50: reports a net gain of 329 telephoneoutlets '' hae unit Since 1941 tally L the t. .I. !1 -

# .Mt to O* Ae t -AmrrieaaOvtndlinc was not In sight failed as stimu common and medium 14-22, with in Winter Park the first prices dow are up c.t 35 per cent. worked on an I air reflstttsm. Jr.. 1111

...$0 _. Nlt Melting tcJD- : comparable steers 18-24. six months of 194. I Critical steel shortages continueto in the OMM
RIfi'- iilitS1 Ii'rnporsnhi. lants.The Strictly good Montana grass Drivers be on sale ut bn I
be the No. 1 production problem I blast
financial I
sector derived of heifery sold 21.50. of Commerce during I fl
ta*, pna.rss aWOad.tanUal1. It waat cows type at the Chamber I and supplier strikes have 1 1Nebrak.
..wl ...*Jd ....- re- Mm satisfaction from theJ.E.c. Most good beef cows 17-19.50: the month of September beginning !,
United report virtually giving the and medium 13501625. : created parts supply emergencies birth rate .,
..i pufflk**** from the common Tuesday. mid-

...... ..... 444. .-**. kf.cfit tf labor difficulties stock exchange a clean bill of Canners and cutters 105013. Winter Park'young people with in a steady stream since ,rate wa tn doosk .. .
: . health Spring. 27.M.
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connection with the bulls 17.75. Outsideon _ _ atc
-- paseed TCSSZSIDI.WSol. Heavy sausage Cliff Price master of ceremonies I .
Ml.-- ......... .. M 41114.1141 and earnttta harp break of Sept. 3. 1946. Alight I vealers 24. Good to choice will present a the Teen-Agcrs I with 12,6. I .

a .-rs. lisored urkrtwls*. apeiajMM ( rise In the short interest fleshy feeders' 22-26. program Wednesday at the Coliseum I Women on which she is a member I "

%**! taloMtfftf a certain from July 15 to Aug. 15 was Slaughter Spring lambs declined in Orlando The pra of the executive committee.Prof I Campbell and Mks .I _
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c. sa4 .4 ttrtntth. Timid short helpful. 1.50-1.75. while slaughterewes which will be broadcast 10 and Mrs. William E. Fort. I beD for two weeks. ,

150144 and 4)ukk.tura buying The Associated Press 60-stock :. lost 2. Lamb supply all pm. will include vocal violin and William, Adele, Barbara and Alee I Mr.Alex Orw aed kK* -I Ier.
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tlWfifr .....Sd tBtrtmateot support as composite was off .3 of s point at 1 tins.' piano numbers by talented teenagers are spending several days at Mrs. S. C BorkiOr. fl

r* 111Oh sposI. tifwarets fit that the 65 8 on the week. It was the third na of Winter Park. I tons Bach turned Lk W .

Os bi .44 IB rhokajw] good shape successive week without a single Bulk good and choice Spring.' Members of Pioneer Chapter 99. : Hill has returned I they spent a .'N. .

few ft ffcU ran* tt the news warrttvvtrr million-share session. The aggregate lambs 23-24.35; medium to good OES. will join with other Eastern from a vacation trip t the Bahamas -' Mrs. Don Kenney.I .

--t& t--ft'It I. ....... for thf five days of 3.073,065 21.50-22.50. Good to choice yearlings )- Stars in this area to observe Robert by plane. j I Mrs. Barbara I.

!fiIddtd tendencies shares compared with 3.661,660the 19.50-20.50. Slaughter ewes Morris Day Aug. 27 with a picnic Mr. and Mrs. Harry GaNun Robert. Billie ..1 .
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week before and was a low for : reached 10.25; common to medium at the Gotha Womans Club. i.I have returned from a two weeks' motor trip t B .,

any 5-day or 6-day stretch since j down to5.50.State's .- : There have been enQugh applications I stay in Daytona Beach. '''friend. E ._ i iI

the period concluded April 29, I by youngsters wanting to'', Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hodgson. I Ii I Staunt ..,

1944.Monday's ; Alcohol Tax : get into Girl Scouting to warrant i Harry Jr. and Marie have returned .I will -j
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turnover of 710,000 ;. two new Brownie troops. i, from Georgia where they spent Academy.

shares was the largest of the week Take Snows Increase Others interested in bmiI the Summer.Mrs. 'I _..............._.. _.__.__. _._. ..
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but leaders with scattered exceptions either Brownies or i- J. p McCal of Gainesville '. e .

M'-. ... 4i( $ I operated on the losing end. :, WASHINGTON FAP1 The Distilled vited to call Mrs. Guy Colado, II I is here 10 day visit !

It was the fifth straight declining I Spirits Institute reported 298-M. wit her daughter, Mrs. Albert I-

.IIT.ftlll Monday. The dip was extended yesterday that the average tax Anyone having outgrown Girl I T

Tuesday on only 600,000 shares..; on whiskey gin. rum. and other Scout or Brownie uniforms they I Rber Horma of Lincoln. I Winter Park

The same volume recorded I distilled spirits has Increased from ,; -
.. was would like to or give away. arved yesterday
,. Wednesday although the average $10.22 to $10.42 a gallon in the olease leave sel at Vestas Dress' for a weeks visit with histwinbrother '

loss the widest of the : last seven months with increases Ave. Don Hoffman 1
was week. Shop. 116 E. New England and E

..... JItM H1CIMA1T TOMt Rails were heavy. The average in levies by Minnesota. Arkansas. which is the Uniform Echare. I Mrs. Hoffman. I Compa'2
I. err otnm LOANS enjoyed a fair revival Thursday Wisconsin Tennessee. Massachusetts Twenty-five : Jacquie of Ft. Myers.
I tk Brdeaux.
.... till .. .... .i5 tf Tot with assorted specials adding New Jersey, Nebraska and postal aplcant posts is here ofr her sster. I 2

.." sLIi44uSWbselr' several points and a few favorites Nevada. I I of clerk-carrier and special delivery -t 1 Mrs. H. E. Smitter. and 4% CLASS "B"

I -4 touching highs for the year. I RANGE : messenger when it was Midshipman George Beatle
GRAIN I : (
.1 te Pay Activity, however, dwindled to CHICAGO (AP. given at the Elementary School in USN. of Fayet. Pa.. is spendingtwo I I... '

:,= ..'" shares a bottom since WHEAT- i Winter Park recently. guest of Mr. andi
HUh Low Close
JaDe f. I Sept.2.46 Open>. >44>. 2 U 2 44l. I There will be a meeting of theRecreation i Mrs. Sidney Haley and fa. "I FMClCARLH.SAj_ i iI

i -: Selective: improvement was resumed Dec-------.24 2 4S2 43 2.4'; Commission Tuesday i, The Rev. and Mrs. Cyde Buke, IIi -
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my iAY"I 111Melt in Friday's final session but July May _-----2.20'k_ 22U 241S 21's 2.92.4S.2JOV at 3 pm. at the Chamber of Commerce ,I of Mount Pleasant Tenn.are occupying tq.ottr i fi

A I the ticker tape continued to loaf I I CORN I to plan fro the Winter's the Baptist Pastorium I

.... _4 ....... PIP days, on only 580.000 shares and laggards Sept.Dec. _--__--244 1284 247 130'1 242 2 25 i-. 244 2 JO>i recreational DrOm I'while he spple three Sundays !

. ... ... -. ,., '- were numerous. A handful Mar ___ 223'-i 224>, 220S 2.*. I The Plot Cub wl meet Tuesday -;''in the Cuh i .
1 tIf' At.... II SUI. I of thIns issues executed wide July _u2.I 2.ls. 2.13S 2.174 Chamber of I Mr. and Mrs. Bassett. I ;
p. I Waye :
t en suncuTIFI jumps on meager sales but advances OAT_ _109% 119 1.06" 110Dec107a i Comer a Bldg. Their Charter I, of Knoxville spending I

.. "A .__ji-LL Me .1tC.. HI generally were restricted to 104>4 1.0s. 104 Niirht will be observed Sept. 5 with a week at the home of MrsJ i : PR

minor amounts. Hershey Chocolate .May1.00'_____ ,9 4V., ioiv.94H. r"s. I00s.fuly 4Va : a diner at the Winter Park Cut : A. Trovillion. The Bassettswere 3 E" ..
LSAM CO. which bad been moving up in SOT BEANS .11 i I married last week In Knoxville i
Cub.
Prior sessions, tacked on 9Vs Nov-----2.51 241 21 21 t t Mr Merrill left Thursday -, and on their return win enter \ .

.4..111.". points at 115. a 1947 high and for *LAl. __..177$ 14 M 1775 100OrU for New York and from there I Cumberland University. Nashville. : Phone .
... wnt 1-44)1 the week registered a net gain of ...100 1425 1400 1425No twill I for Europe to participate The Rev. Annie R. Campbell is
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If*'!. *> *** : ft.'tW000-4.- b* rd. VP. SEAT COVERS-"ruor a to ct." AZALEAS for '1. erotons SOe S-ROOM HOUSE Furniture .nl, bedroom COPELAIrD .
APAnN-Pmlh'd.
. dkf .* Caw. ... Psr Oea& .I Latest patterns plaatie. fibre. Alt :! and 75c. Flame 'n":5C Wood able. S minutes from ll'n. r. .Itbenetl. l lt. Best leaving cit" 455 sel : "

b MM aM Hewraaka.P top*, eontertlbles. station waioo $1 each. Australian each. t IEox 504 8-tl. section rlllel.n.. Sin- I tractive bunsalsw Os.,. . ;
Orlslnal .Bpbolattrlnc material. On punk trees $3 each. Above are spe- tit. Occupancy 3rd to 6th. I delusIve J
4 JV*** 4* M WT OaPaaC war* a. dulix.imby i day service. Orlando Seat Corn I::, dais for this week. Colonial Nursery HOUSES FR. RE-nullihe. I smaller apanment. Brown. $Conde. I M.1 *. ._
t BJBfBB) I .
-- Street. Phone_Boyd Crumly. 1454. CALLADIUM. HIBISCUS. Bulmani 2 E. K.ley Ave. I -- .room. dining room sad.u.5105pu .WVVtr

.4 i a wl porE,? KutyEB.- ot and ... are TTPEWRTTER-Royal, excellent con cherry maritold. dnnlaa. C. J.WillIam. I PRIVATE 3 AP ART Urgently needed Call by .l betttn. l- *

a rCTla OM* 500.50. SOnS Laaiber Co. M.Or dlttoo. Sacrific 424 Eat Cea- .. 1411 Concord Av*. rooms .HOMhmbr. 1- 2-0125. ld school te.cer. Km. beautiful
.ltr _ _ _ _ feet fronts e Br
**** *. .sslrcsd. toil Arenne. floor.
_ FUNERAL DESIGNS a specialty. Cut ground l0foo' corner trounds. 1 :
OR HOUSE Unfur-
TMPw-Pw* (ko'larm 10 horn. Cue TILE your kitchen and bath room. I I flowers collates sod weddint 1 Screened stove tat APAn 3- I II ., COLONIALTOWK --
... rust proof. Builders I Petty Jon Gardens. 2319 II. rear. In home owners nelthborhood.Ban I broom. .dut
-.r Sod B>u* aew (Bd Be *aratocfe .at.r.n Orange Must by Very screened ::
I Fan 5 Boat Mthlnr and horn ownm let JJr7USII I IRCIIII..n. Phone 21727. service tt- door J1s is minuet i relerence.mO.Ph. 8p.. to breakfast -,

ceo 41$) .. 0.SIs.safit met price Phon W. MYRTLE HEDGES Free estimate I from dO.Dtol at- i intlde. ".
and A-l condition. AdlliteI APARTMENT OR HOUSE-2 bed1 i
In ed tof. $8400. $
. taL owutd 55Di forM Winter Park Nursery and Landscapin t.ct.
: M 0154 baraaiaa. Arnold Paiat I TOWEL BARS AND Soap 35eI Co. Phone Winter Park 35. i I, prftrr. Give reference Year lets 1 room, .d..t.ble IPI.hbrllood. per- mle .

j Ie .. JWT .. P SP$.. 1-37M. "I I sod ap. Chrome plated I =. Knox PEPPER-PLANTS for isle. Cal Wonder 1 Box .$13t.sr.a month. ."e..... Address III.nnl. ... P..1 22917.I J tral Arcade: 7407 'I
I.a . APT. 3 rooms and private for
".a..a&ue'4 !tro. Co. 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-3113. I vtrtety. L. B. Mann. Lake I I # 2 welkin Close 1.1 ref COLONIAL-TOWS

a. *M4. ft** tt at Joorah >aUy.tM TRERUOUETXRS food iflectlontnulne MonroFit._ j I I TWO BEDROOM stoU .tla.. t call 4161. rm den.
_-- -- .. 5 MMBOil. $ Io thennometers.Knox I Inquire 1000 eel .
_ _ rtl"1 SHRUBBERY Large selection t* DhJd : ed .lr.
: m.ms- f lIC1tui : wt rut *r .. 29 Z. Pin*. Phone besntify year home. MuielwtilUKvseries. let 2 pm. I nlshed. 2 .
ARMY S bedroom
f54S.SV. tatiwd.i tat I4.tIatt.1t. Oft atat 2-3163. I 11 L Princeton. OFICrrc tarate and fruit
I. .. . >a* Hearaska.HPt""l : 47. Rooms for Rent hO" ap.r asia at M5OO.
-. p4 : amuuCIft.i i I > men. dtutbter. with '
f* o s55 I." I' 1 39. LlTCstock and Supplies care assured. call H..P.
AMELIA AVE- 310 cool PI..1 anse. .
2.64.rRltS
., ,. S04 Plartd Pta ... C*. *30 W.r.s.o : TRACTORS-OroT* type. E- furnished for _
- ... .. at P0. Sillnrsss..irnzi. BULL SERVICE-.We also haul cows. rom; private n.kf.t young
a s . 3 entirely rebuilt boys tractor for I II _Please. telephone Winter Park 522. . Prefer business woman. Permanent. Abu COLONlALTOWN
traaat* I.r CIa b* sees at rascals i $60 per month. Phone 4239. bedroom. .
water*ra ad waive stas. PISTIlS I o.r 'n Co-Operative Forest City. HORSE for sale. Works and ride ANDERSON ST. 801-Detlrtb!* room : APT. U'Senuon :' *
OR larie
ROUSE 8 glaaied-1
rXo Bar*. tM W. a.rtll: $11$, Also heifer first calf 2V> tal. T. M.Wotfard. In an .tt.ctl.home. Reasonableyear pre
.. I.. MrnorviUe Road Rout 1 Kitchen and ferred. Orlando veteran wife and sleeping and 2 *
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ru.v.o.rrn
Tatlet waU. I Box J65.HORSES3. dry 5-year-old dauahter. 7092 or 849$. ,, pnh. Lr.*
,, PS... 1I* .. and prtvlleies. Wtlklat -
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both taba TILE your bath and kitchen in nut huh and Cherokee CLOSE IN-3 or 3-room unfurnished .
., ****. Maraw PI.BMB* C*. 1137 B.Oe Permatile free estimate mares and 3 colts. Wflllam Rlo D..n" and Yet,
I.- ;.h ;: I proof ; Near : apartment or I.U house. Reason- .tort.
KUnber. Lee Road.
.a4* A?." Winter PaiL Ph.M Central Florida Sales. 2323 N. Or I Winter 1. Permanent couple. By $ Settee

,. 4eS.MwI .$*- _ ._ ._ nte. Dial 6546. I PtTk i C ST.. 511 East-Deslrsb't .111. Phone 27882. SI I W. WMhinttoB .

$ s..4p54 PIaNO"WAR1-Osed selectloa senWM : HORSE Partly broken ridlnt floor. With private *,- 15_
VACUUM: CLEANER Ruair Prscttcally room bedroom"
HOUSE-Winter Park. 3 :
S. SpS Pyra toakiaa: war*. Knox rrasonabl hone O. FennelL Box 245-B .trr_ entranceCA5SELBERRY
; 4.fl *. ms..4 45I. B .l. North Hmher.
Milton Ulttlemsa. 634 I Azalea lodge ii,. Will pay up to per month. PAJ
I .*_ S.. PS... Posts t4I-so--nstwel PIGS-Poland China. Also Poland Can 540-H. Winter .10 prewar 'r
) VENETIAN BLINDS days deli cry.i I II iI I American Plan ridlnt frorsr* P.rl
IsslItso R. R. watch. I year I China Boar service. O. B. Rile*. Boe 011 a paved (
blinds when fishlnt. hunting Winter
Why buy cheap you HC.USE-Two bedroom
L i Orlo Vista.RABBITS I hood ot
IH "P Mail phs. motor Racla -
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the best for just a few cent : Park 9174-W. I InW.
. can set I __ Winter Park or Orltndo. '
-' 4 4 105 raaabol Sad mtor worth $800. more? Mad in Orlando by Charles and hutches. Must aacii- Bon 935 Florida. :
**.. P3 11 *a.10S M $*$$. *v. Bhoa 120 w.PI.d' I I 511502rd.waterDr.ph.24455.YACVW4 ) fice. W. S. Littleton. Lake J.I ...- COLONIAL DIUVI. 1234 :.-Lane i Ealtl. sell. either .
r; ; I I : H Ask for Ralph (
mine Beach Road. Pine Castle Flor room with beds. Employed USII-bdroom.furl.c

$* ft*. -- SSIS.I& 'fW nands. teaurintitaway. CLEANERS "UnlTerMl"with Ida.WANTD..LRgist.rtd. peool preferred.'CONCORD and Robt. L. Pryde.
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an attachment Bumby Hsrd- >
2 children. Call 4357 anit; '
I *010 P dhattaa. Maearch.laeaard ware. 102 West Church.i outrter hone.mtre. AVE. i 11au.. o' 245. ,
10555 aad Btarck: small sis*. ..- Must b* reasonable. R. ,. sirable excellent&aTde - '- 5
roc _..... Sad atatry finish.terat i VENETIAN BLINDS-The best coats Ratio. Route 2. Lontwood. Florida. I J.tln.. HOUSE-Permanent resident wants I II :
M ... I rsta4as accepted.B. i no more at Adams. 119 W. CeDtral.'Orl.ndo. venience Private fml 6203. I to rent S or 7 room unfuroUnedhcuse. 1 CARMOn

.*ia aa .. $11 5. Or..... Ph. 9558. 40rp1 Stock and Supplies" I II I CLOSE I-Lar. cool ICrO Pho. 6427. .flunoL. P l.

0. PtS.ao ITeretred fall tr- load re- WINDOW FRAMES.-Loni leaf yellow I Put, l(0C51.-3 or 3 bedroom furnl'hed. room masonry e
I -y, 550550ssa oM l.Md uprtsbt* Inclndlnc pin and balances. $8 each. BOARD YOUR DOG kt CrickeU Aero I bath and entrance. Phone '-14. I Prefer CoIl?. Park Section. LUn- highly restricted

< a.... an... KahlerCampbeU.OwevaaMB 2301 South Brown St. Ph. 1321. KenneL Lontwood. P1*. A homo It $100. Writ Box 48& 8Star.HOUSE as this will last

.o$ aM other Priced $123 ; WASHING MACHINE electrio. $75; away from horn.. Dalmatian Puppies CLOSE Cf 206 Rfflcrett Avenue. OR elves tht snla..I,
Rooms with inette. Adjoining AP.Plbd.
0S flSSS.S55 U. WU real. Rewtiuon',. $31 K. electric steam radiator $15: twin BEAGLES-Four huh clan A Jt. private baths available. o in by couple. Ross '

\t' MIS Sd10S ... _ _ _ _ /si. roll away. 110 10 x 12 tent. puppies 4 months old. .. Have resided in Orlando 11 years 'i Orange; 6523._.
;. PSiNf-as.4. "t 21 ssllon8un- $15: Army cot and custom mad. start. SUverdtwn Kennel Mount c1JJ SECTION bedroom with one daughter in College. Mun

-.f *50 a p 14 I.s.c. Sushi $ ... mattress $10. Ph. 2-0255. Dora. Ford.CRPUPP a _ _ _ < home prlvfletet; teachers bsve 2 bedrooms and garage. No 11- CLNAL;

." *. .w. *_ 01 $> SI Kaac Btor** Co.. 29t WATER PUMP-Electric and pre. ThorouchoreA.. elcome. Ph. 702$. qaor parties: church member. Best 10 kitchen sad

455 e'a.a.*a MM. PMW Pfc* t-SIU sure tank for home system. 27S I mo*. old. $25. P : fl-Ueslrsbl. roaoj. Near etl refereacM. contact by P. O. trl HOMO. C"

.4 Ba IJBatB Pt$KO a BBEARB til*, limited III. per hour capacity. 155. Call 2- C. Harmon. H.I.hl C.nont Fla. aS and shopping. Apjpy today Box 20S.4er phone 6481.. N. Ores..; dial

L : wao v. Alaa ralr artsaors. Tb :, 0375 after I ..81. Sunday. Monday black at 39 East I desperate. Young :
COCKER SPANIEL Retistered iLswe.r
: -p51.. S p* raw ... >!jr. Charrli_ and Tuesday. I II male. Dortnont- Street telephone Am.la __ 1 seed 1 or 2 bed CLNTW
gaavt SI (1M
I I II 163 CLOSE IN Slntl Private house spartment In Orlan-
: and WHEEL BARROW8-InduJtrl.1. all room. entrance room or
4 PUEB M lop Padrs ry-
50 S10a.55 SI wIth 2 *
I Laundry and bitcheS prtri -i do or Park. Permanent retl-
H. Parrlnh pnl.
tires. H. Winte
ia 0 ** COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIRS..Roals.tired .
lletes. 206 Robinson. dents Call
.e$. 05 Pi. sue. Bw.* t* P* S-tUS. Hardware. 220 B. Orange Arc. Ph. : pedisreed. Box $34. Fair- i!.i I 466-w. Winter no eUdr. after or pets.6 PJn. sale. 110.500. Ask

M a *10S S tit Bryaat Laaiber C'. 1220 WHIZZER MOTOR and bicycle. 194* north of Incinerator.DOGS 1 lit flo. teatlemaa ",. ,! hal: dial 6137COLONIALTOWN
SIle A-I condition completely overhauled -. .. aft Liberty St. RESPONSIBLE COUPLE-Wtntt to
zi s Boa Bt P* l-lin. I I' stripped clippedand ___
BOADE. I rent house suitable: inert home.Tear .
: $90. 1625 A 10ev St.: 4315. .
> Prmif.rPOMPBeT cast Iron.M. b.th. Rub Small Animal FRANKLIN ST. 730-Single for I... Box 470 looking for. i ian
555510 ST Raaa **.. C.. 2$ East t I WATEBu.TERS1.bJ.. top. 30 gaL . 16 : 4848. .. Neat perfect for working 8ar.'ViiJtHou. modern.

51' s SI S 08. -.3113. capacity. ImmedIate. delivery. Or- DOG FOOD. Krtbblet and X14og I man or.salesman. I sPOt.I ___ I I or*. .0.rl.nt.4 :
i OSS 554 M.sP104 PfiBtB. 'ear*. r:2 land Appliance Co. 210 N. Oran remedies and .uppUea OrlalldoX.1 I b md. 175 or $60. c..n l.ebs. :ir.S.:
AT*. Phon 4537. Dial GORE AVE- 1 East Attractive Bl $ $
4 t
.11 "$ Ill baadred I Stor. S-Star.
Winter WEED' CUTTERS ..wlnlln.aU.r. rooms. Convenient l.UOI Summer _ _ COLLEGE
Mi 55,5 bwst. Ill baadred Can PARC
4tt DOBERMAN PINSCHEB PUPS-A. K.
I rates. Kitchen 9706.HILLCRE8T GARAGE APARTMENT or effIcIency.Iwo .
-f' .Mi | .. MM.VfMV4MBW9tfJt. Park $*$_ tutlxreoJCa. $1.35. Knox Store Co. C Ret Istered. Phone 6362. r pr'U.P refined ladies $40Ilinut room home U..
-- Maaaa Ib ... the 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-3113. AV. 130-Newly .orkl' tion.
PIAROB DALMATIAN: stud. Junior I Permanent. S.t
atraditana of .... Kaab*. 101SUIsI WINDOWS 24x24 Western made. a C I i ttblished house. Room ."I. 1r .
*4a* of Ib* Metropolitan !' Can be seen at 2200 8. Rio Grande !I Nitel of 8tok-D.L Ckr. Acre I 1 wtth private and teml-privtto i GARAGE OR 1 bedroom apt. or duI !
I, S. KenoeL P. O. Box 93. PIa bttht.HUXCREST. I 9iex. Youns married couple .
Lon..O. I i tnter: 5612.
... t Ave. Phone 22370. .0alc
W ordlly
aoer ya ae* __
5SS N10
I bear the tin tadramenU.J.b . FOX R-P.io AVE.. 'J2-Bn.b' like permanent, moderate priced r.l- CLOSE-
ad ** i WAX POLISHER "Johnson's"household .m.I room I I n
r . 1.555,. Ijd K. MsiooUa AT*. electric floor polisher. mixed breed .. double or sintle. G.. d.me In good section of Orlando homes. An .
sadN I Dial 116. auk for 1919-M-l. or Windermere. We have no childrenor
a* .$aaPOCtTRT complete with electric cord. Knox ter nice tltche.Us of living room of ground.

I Wi .P WIRE-lach. Inch and I Stores Co. 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-3183. IRISH SETTER PUPS 8 Weeks. Dt and porch. Near grille and the- of pet your and property.promise Ph.responsible County. I 48-R-csre Stortse and<::

ba* a.d ... kacli me**. 3 t* ft. WHEEL BARROWS.-Steel tray and .ormr. Retlstered. Bunting stock. slit ___ ____ n. 'n owner *
> Oa *aa44 afec ."'1'*. KnoxBae .I sardra type with removable sides. 10. Ma Eldrldsc. KiMlmmee. I i ORANGE AVE. 473 8.-Larte Hvlntbedroom ,' t :ooo

t JISI*lOkik Par.* 4 Ca tl R PInS Phoo 1-3U3. Knot Stores Co.. 25 E. Pin. Phone : PPPEPnbedlwOD old. I 4 windows beautifullyfurnished. i URGENTLY phyciclan "WAN by rU. with. ,:.. .-.
PLnrOOO''w..i.u..1 2-3U3. I Private bath. Get ownbreakfast 1 apt.I .
11 a*.*** I10. AK h.a. with 2 or more
$35: female : In Lovely home. Idrma.i COLONIALTOWN
M ft.. H14 and 3x11. WATER SYSTEMS-Complete stock re.al.r m.le 125 rlm. QII. :I preferably for
-.4. i i
$30 (emits I 1furDlht
Chow : home. 4 block
pta* Boat Coaatractioa for farm or home. Farm tt Bom Chlne 10 SMITH 15th of ,. Lease.for .
e. so.*. >-'4a*. 430 W. Robinson Ave. Plt mile $25; female board. u. o Spt OIIp.n. $10.300 completely
Machinery Co. Blin.V7 yetr ; best references nodrinking.
S. I Scotch male $20: female :1 .050 ; I IBuff.lo. ..
US Ifon
t. 60\
.5, Es. s. *. PUkOA=a.* AawdatMl befor baySa WASHING MACHINES Standard Pit Bull. Prefer _ 0.r 288 LJnwood Ave.. "
iWIS a .555. W* laaraate* t* give and aplnner type for Immediatedelivery. Spit ED.III. SlphN. T.:I BUMMER RATES Dally N. phone Grant 1660. kn. 12
10 S. ; COLLEGE
la* ksrooat lrdo la *ahM for your ,: Orlando Appliance Co. 310 males $15: females $10: shipped Ur. monthly. Beautiful rooms single reversing eh.... & PARK

aiaaa. plea aampl Svtneu ,: N. Orsnee Ave. Phone 4537. I Your Marian Kennels. double private II.U overlookingLake RESPONSIBLE COUPLE with nli i buntalow all aid
_* 0.10. 5& r14 5 a. lib dowa delivers .PPrul I i 1"1 newly
YOUTH liED-Rich chair. 4x4 playpen. I Fount. C. Vlrlnl. le. .II.pOMtIO. !! trained dtaihter 131 want ,
I 55 55I **Mi*>. B14) N. Oraat Reasonable. 2311 South Uills.JUST 500_Cljase Annat. Pho. W.P.27. bedroom, house furnished partially 'I nd"ont
rate
I 585
% SI. PHoii_HOB_ _ _ _ I piKfGtSPPI-I I YMCA-Attractive rooms for young 1 furnished or 1Darnlb.d bt.rI' and apartment 2& '

: 1 I I I I II ValentineSt._ Melbourne. Fla. I I men. Static o double. $6 and lP.I 'I Oct. 1-1. .ar' 11.8.. Cal' tor low cash
*S.S 555 PVblPt. . WATER BTBTCMB I I I 8006. '. 11 a m. .
c.1 _ _ _ _
ARRIVED PUPPIES Malt purebred t .PDlntm.nI'.n
a* a* 5. pOllte.
l Ls.I iki Cam_i |i* 4wa ..,.... Wiaisna weeks old. white and I 2 BmRJWlt or without PLEASE GIVE US a chance 0 have .11 .
I a home. We have a Pine.
*a poe wUtam Oakley. I* Per Immediate delivery. New Is lemon and white. C. P. HU1. Howey. .Pt. Phono 2-3169. -tr.lnr.

I -rS.4i PS, 0. 0.".. *332.iisiitiiipgo.. '.apartment lie and standard -, Fit. Week days Ph. '.. 668 33J H. _ _ _ I boy.house.Need Excellent a care.-.. 266."WInter : CHEROKEE
six: electric rain standard Green. Mf! vlRNON AVB. 1215- Ph bedrooms?
I sit: cabinet kinks: new built-in tubs i I floor private bath hot r Park. tory home of ( i
PUPPIES from peditreed
hi .., esous.s.a.bs. flat rim sinks: lavatories: used let KOtt. .le I, near trill and bus. 7958. ;I LRGE HOUSE or ; 1'4 bath
Lane W.1
-IN sot soS. olive aSS blacks at coat. tub and a complete line of plumblncfitUnts. _L9L1?? Dr" 15. Phone .prm.nItl cstlon. out
lift .* $ P055 Baa lIe B-.ar. p I1 Largest selection ST. JAMES HOTEL- t I gIrded H. -Nerds

8 MiTaOTUrTtaOIPMtlfT-l;;- It roll are in need of snrthlnr to the I I* Aquariums, sup i I 1..Ua.. Summer :'. 51. Houses for Sale I paint We would
$6 doubles. Call 1 53.
.4 INf WPIj $ ea .Jeetrte .". aad 1 nick plumbing line com In and gel plt Harry Coster 13* Rld.e"o I upt and make f.11 I-

I 55 bawl sal ,.... 3)1 W. Charch. I your ,1I1JeI.., last. .. Lawrence A". WIDte RMiA'-ADAIR-IVANHOS 8EC0N-plK' Brats Realty C..

IsM W U SstabIAo1iOO1KiiiZ TROPICAL FISH AND PI, 2-.tor. each 2-3155.
'*I5 155 I BVixe treo.sod. aaedBis American Plumblnc Supply and Applianc Beautiful selection to . mOLl ROOM-Hot wtter. Private bdroms sleeping porch living COLLEGE PARK
C*. 234 W. Washintton St.WE C. Bill. 1226 Nebrsska.IT Share lIving room. Set 1 room, Front block
iakl* M rtaa Cal** 1MIJJT eDtrnc. rom. llin kltcJa cement 1
: 1 iM C'IIuft 18 convenient. Bat your doss t.d 11sn.. roan or woman. 230 *nd rear Irh. O.Id completely Cr_

IS. S I ssrnns.t..d l'-'>hesra5ro.- .t 2 West E.s rc. S'reet. _ _ _ Bl.Ide . a
HAVE rr at the store next I buyer can come. few A
ROME- S 2-car .r.t JUI S
055. It* each Morvana Boaseaatea HOUSE Given
U W,*s COurtS Btreet. the Poet Office. Maltland. Purni- DS baded. commission. special Jm LB ,. attic InD..prn. .r.. fri trees. lake .11.. A. 2 ., I bu; and
tar*. clocks antiques brass and copper rr. Ppplp. o Smile or double. Dtal Ita for dn.lopm.nl at JaI til.000 with .
1Un.&r..nWt.rt: ; electric and auto parts many Calls Gn.D 81.plen. I: 181.B TMml rnpOnlbl. PS rTBra. Rtalty c .II
. .
*ea<*< H 8 ParTIal Mardwara. other Items. new and used. nd Fox Coln. 2 LARGE RM In private _. Exclusive.Call I
tie B Or**** At Ph. J-l$41. 8. Bumby St.. ph. 722'. I home: location: refer- .SO I the COLON1ALTOWN I
MOVIES for the home. New pa II I encet preaj*. Ph. 9304.ia'i'oous. Mr. Ohio 2-4. I. I buntalow. I'
1'. S S.Ss10S.4 BOOT CXIA TWO-.Prat.t ftrroe ., travel comic 41. Poultry and Supplies keys and .1 ,Ian .. . A L. dining rovnl.&
$PM* to _. OaOy 1244 tar tinas .-.t.d- Camera Shop. 1039 N. I ua.1 1 a week Ohio. Real . 10 S C r and shower 3 l

ko Is* 4MM e*. Or... Can 21$15.LARG&'I"fiiBER8W.. BABY CHICKS-New Hampchtre and. up. o.ne Blm TrailerPark. 1 AMELIA AVB.-2 story frame. : closet spar life

w sru Btm OtftATOl WATEBr ROTTLXS have II one tested. Wayne feed. Amca Phone 136. _ _ furnished apartmentdownstair I carace. All 'o$

8 *s.o.t'uuS I aad lii. .. Calreraal piece wood trusse each 89 ft. lone at F.o 300 West Robinson.Phone I: ATTRACTIVE ROOM-Eemi-privste 3-cr gtrtte. Possible income $190 Frank 5T I."t '

I.L' a4 Ba aeoaoar ..,* Con Diet* $175 each and the necessary 12"xl4"x 663. _ _ _ _ bath for business woman or school month. Price $12.500 .It terms. phone J-1710. '
aao Pveot oar*. wyckff Hdw. 24 ft. columns at IBS per thousand I BABY CHICKS-Tuxedo Pf Store. I teacher.bus.Near$ 1.le, school month.and Lancaster Tp.m. Kiss Reel Estate. 30 Curb I I cHRuT i

MM Raw __ t* maks a building 17 ft. by 300 It. U. S. approved tested 1502Okley St. C.I 843y JOpen Sunday/ ___ I:
1-t BabKV4. Areta Uble ***deL Can Mr. Schunct at 6114. j i:19 W. Church. 2-2821 or 7336. ADAR6ioCBr 2-bed-1: room. tile roof.
ONE OR TWO west room rent. ,, tot.
: ( f.1 ara roiL
. *
rd braaral and short REARS store fixtures all metal table BABY U. S. Pullorum testCd
aa. Baeoa>al eoadniaa- ah. >-4*47.BObPttiV and display counters. Appearance I sok.CC.. . or future delivery. I I I lea.Private of kitchen.or semi-private Dubsdread bath boa prlvt-laCambrldte "t. 2 tot*. Po* es ion D.. 171$ .frntn.. *.B Con cIty

.. >eal ar point and as* and condition like new. Pnd- and poultry .upple Blvd.. 15 mlnue ride from ;': terms. Realtors.317 .
cement
maaxhly ptaa.ain tm'a. Orange Blossom Trail at 20th. Orlando X-cel Store. Dial i I Hlllcresl-ides. 2."dlm. I
5 *aa* payawal ; Morrison Cafeteria twa "Iort down Attached Theodore CHXROKEK
laatbor Ca. .. Or*as* and SMALL MOVEABLE bulldln twin N.H. RE. 10 and'17 days old. on paved rod to " ..Id.nc. 8 Hall saratr.with 1:0. ,. Tlrw. ..' !

"-. _ _ __ beds blankets chairs table and Roka 12 day old. Lake O Phone 854-W. Winder Part. I 42 W. Concord: IltlD.e R.I 3 lirte
r T 2-74. _ _ r..ld.nf.
Mrs. P. T. Cobb. Plcardy Place The Woods Chick mile north
stove
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.b& ma&. CO ft, c. 0 ROBINSON AVE 211 E.-Roomv 124. Yes-siree. baths ills
AMELIA AVB E rf.
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". . OMJ -_ 14 Bmin stov. eft Temple Drive. Winter Park. ot M.lt.nd. smell I and double. Attractive rates i 5-room iiome. room. ,

. . I bwwe .. ill. Cal Ml W. WinM 3 SINGLE BEDS complete. lat house NEW HAMPSHIRE'CHICKS'* now fo."111. Plus very 2 screened tonA"aUY ." isles lot, $1. h.1 .
Par Truman Road left of Cheney week old 2Oe. FatrvUla Poultry "u. Nor fruit and shade PI"Gosh but Ifa ..111.
.I.t r .Ior.
.Utuo..to rt: lectrte.framowtato Hlthwsy. r.n. Phone 5927. SINGLNe.r 24532. . 8. .
Mr -Vew. lne Chrll.n lady. PII. nice and in wood location. S owner
44 Bt taat K 10IImp. Peraa Re- Bit THRIFTY! Ride a Whiner. Oo N. REoi I, ROOM D- -men. ., on the pl ce. I IAN CLEOIPAi

"* I S Terry) _I7M._ 123 miles on a slnrle gallon of ,' Telephone BARD l. mformatlon. constructed .

. BOomsO MATERIAL ..T Tbkk-baUia sat. Rid. one and you'll buy one. K..tnf Drive.__________ 1-36. ttONT.-au. 2 "dr na... W.I 1111 i

o 54P0 lrs roll raafta* sad I.1NI BryC Low down payment my terms. Let. N:. RED-Barred Rock. Wb:I ONE ROOM with twin beds: "larVesleeping living room. bath kitchen. Lo:1 ." ij j

S1trIuuI. 1.551 IIM lost BU Pb.slu. us demonstrate Our 1947 mOll.I.Wll..r WUDdot. and Rock porch with twin beds. For 150. Loutr close to tags .De abol. lot IIS.O. U
Motor Sales. 602 N. OrangeAve. Chicks . $11.95 ikt
per *
T es sS55 '5illi. ... "piara"da- ._Phone 2-4687.. Pallets. II' 00 per 10. Chicks 10. 885X settled .om. or employed Ill. C.I P. 15.. E.J.mena CentraL Phone C.r.. Earl' StripUnt with

FOR SPECIAL TYPE of furniture, C.OD. Eds Manchester, "Bull.rc.n.r.. 9516. er._132_B._Main:
: pal *4t Ituiereat.
*<*a __ call Pins Castle Variety Works.Ph. N H. CORNER ROOM-bath, 4 windows, Rle 3-brdroom CONWAY : '
4 O ftAJtotBwan* *ad sas A styli I private home waiklnt dla- ADAIR Frame
2-2876. llir 'I cioas 5-room
7$ FRYERS Must sell today. built in 2
home that wtt
I 5rSI 10 .55 55 alea ***rr Boaaa *- Mat .. preferred. Call 1534. 14. school
Il 5 IS Oils Pw.s Oil .._. oft CALL C8 for cabinet bookcase offer. 210U 8. P.r.mor St. OnU.ma screened "hf attached .r. and stares.
Orlando made to fit any opening. Prompt 2 upstairs. SLEEPING ROOM Close In. 214 large tot. $ Allen E. P. Blarto
I 5545 10e SO SO service. Pin Castl Variety Works.ph. South Garland. Double room. 10 140 1.0.. 1612Sp*- a ban.la. fh.
._ 55 $10. toe .. Orsals SEND POSTCARD for tree circularon J.lto. .
115 P5 2-2576. famous Blue Ribbon Zero-blood- nersprin_ _ _ _ _ _ .1.lmn" la Ho.nes.ANDEStc.ON ." Ir ". a home
$1500 and .
IbeaMi ,... Caa- CiU-1fs for information on: the tested chicks. Blue Ribbon .tben. I TWO DESIRABLE ROOMS Near tT.-opl'tl larS p.COSWAY
d
: IstO 5 lea* .. Iaa4 *M4la. Ala' sew plastic top kitchen cabinet. Dept. 15. Atlanta. Oa. I still and shopping district. 2 E.Llvlncston. !S niched: 7 rooms lt. ..''

-U, aanablM B may ....., 102 Any color desired. Made to fit any I as 2-farr.lly home or quick -LofStlo
S. openlnc. Pine Castle Variety Works. 45. Apartment for Rent : sale $8.500. 4* rash. Loren Dunn.Broker nal settlement

5100 W C'hfta1ii Ph. 14575.il5to 471. Rental Agencies :. N. Brown: 2-1269. bath. Pram
: UMeh ban iii APARTMENT-Larte deluxe duplex. pine and
FOR QUICK SALE Walkirr 'irlaf
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lea r.- ._. 5.4. ted .n' 2 bedroom tile bath shower and nicely
unfurnished
1 *044 .S* *54 box. .14' warren display rase.DaAU LANDLORDS win supply you BEVERLY SHORES Orwla Manor
hail 004 ales 151) raaftal all alae except stove. G.r. Ad- tenants frea of cOurse Butane is>. Mere
i S '5 Ii S.r. meat saw meat Mock allcer.crtndrr. dctirable section. The. workmanship In this
: .- *ad II 11II ,.* MrCanatck Roof.MO oils only. $100 month. Ill N. IvtB- and obligation. us your will of fnUe" 42 ,
$ t ** 3 pr*. scale. lIs year old. .It pbt. brand new 3 bedroom home
: ra til B CBTOMMI B< Ph. JOM3LrMT AIM drink box. counters shelvtnc hO Blvd.APARTMENT._ _ _ _ _ _ vtctncy. R.1 K.t. Aten- please the moot discriminating. I Old. Immediat.
ntthed $4 9V ..
.s sso -CA t-l banter, oeea. silk price las strip. produce .. I -Furnished 2-room apt. n. 2 8. Court 2-48.___ has hard.1 floors tbrou.bot utred
10 *4 0540055 ")***_. Till play. sIding machine rash ...IaI for couple. Private bath. 112 per I Iw.t. I WE HAVE-RENTALS 13 tervlc tile " .ll. !, and $2S 0
I McNvtt-Heasley.
- # 5S5 0550. a** OM Aarko- Hmkoar _011"JL ter and stock ot $rocerie*. Barsain.Leas . 2635 1. Jetterren. .1.rl. Gardner Real Estate. I windows and screens. oil b...I Wsjhlniton St.

: M a $.u MHt>*a *(Tle*:awdiaja all* OB bulldmc If desired. Se *t214JB AMELIA AV(., 21 E.-Lance 2-bed- Suth Cun Street hit system. This home 1 located In a
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: *- OM* a* **ak** aad aa artcoa. Wisp ,_Central_ Ave..__ J room aptrtment. Ctn rent choice neighborhood a lante well
.ar.1
.55.I 7toS.II *Mdab *wa .... cbeaa.aa A ALE OP THIS AND THAT-Elee- until Jt. 48. Hotel Rooms elevated lot. ..tl beautiful oak COLON1ALTOWN

S. PsI ( .. nnrtiao at mea's ... trig .... springs and mattresa.electrte CLOSE IN-310 Masnoli Apt. V tree The price 1150 and ran frame bunsahHardwood
118 floors )
:) ft .**IU 11 h. boat* Taata..aw sad aaed.ata .. washin machine etc 220 E. rooms furnished cool reasonable.Isly ,. LAKE LOLA HOTEL-Summer rate l f.nr. Dial Hariow fdrlt. bath Screened Jl
*al laaaraoMa* eraTal Shoes Winter Park Ave. servics.Telephone 818..I.
Private now prevail. Complete
: iiS ka taeaHar. Mackafa. 44 W. off..f. entrance. Great to Ut Orledo.i; $12.500. ... .
A' M.l 0 Is BEAUTIFUL a:1I 'Au SOFA mcJNYAPARTVEN 1 room. 1 I 2-190J. I Mows Broker. :
p4041045 50 Chartreuse/ U living- .. 6977.
U.S0.O. earase rabtaeta. et*. room chair asS ottoman Mahotanysaulet 48-1. Beach Rentals
:
*>* ta U hi row leapt table and 4 chairs. All lust .mRN HOTEL and BEVERLY SHORES-In this section COLLEGE PARK
wrtb ,_lilt I II available. Summer I of beautiful hornet we offer 2 new i aibestoa Sldlnc.
.0 *>aay 5550510. like new. very ...D.III'. Ph. 7453. COCOA furnished
p 0..5505* I1 "a a.at bfutaal Mfflwark Ca. rate I house IIAC-r per buntaiows. each with 3 bedroom closets, tile bath

11 1id' i.lfTPto _ _ _ _ _ _ I 34. Articles Want d I LAKE efficiency DOT C.rm.nta.633 -Utbtl.3 I I 2 and bedrooms cold wster.nnt. UI.tltb.. lonth" and tile bath.or IIuf.rlh.One can.be. Also purcha a prewar edtarnished -> Lot floor 75xllS farnare.UBl 2 r

sS SoSI 00. ''U- AXES-Furniture of all kinds Ie.- furnished. ISO monU o. 1.I at Polnnett Llfll.I Polnsetl Drive. 3-lrom bUla.lo. beautifully tarnlchml 1.OOO..
lot Inspect $M.6
0*.. have No pet*. Adult. Phone Ceroa. I.ndl.p.d. large nee per
tot machines; anything you 2-11. I F. *... Robt. L. Pryde. Realtor. chance to buy a
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oaa bsteae aroaod th* new to sell SeweU-Thurmond Furniture LAKE FRONT-Combination miles couth .
SY8IDi Iras than
0 . .atonra* ataa ... deaiia. sew F... 72 W. Pine St. Dial 4070. I j I dIning room bedroom bath: r- VIa3 the Ocean. 6M N. Ortnte: 2-4596.- Broker. 2516 S N.
o
ii iif 05 : Waal ae* ..,. aew constnetaa. DIAMONDS ..\. Jewelry old Inc kitchen: $50. Adults .Hud- Mebare S to 4people. or 2-2183 today
*I.. .. **a,*aic** Drawer elide "'4. Hlihest cash price. MBaU M son. 198 39th Street. Monday. Eiectrican equipped Summer BEVERLY SHORES SECTION Its -
iiI .05 *a aiaans moea. athMM. .1 Jeweler. 32 W. CllllrdLrtralfI'I'UUUiM rates. Write Box MelbourneBeach. seldom yea have an opportunity to COLLCOE >ARX
.. Qaabu SOS daw aa4 deadened OLAPAf. I-.1891 3 buy a home of refinement and beauty bedroom horn
. .ad ... Drawer af 1 alec*. .0.. Ice boxet I,I --,- at t price! This srcrlovs. bunaalow room. full .1.

**oK o.slO.4 srusve a ad for isleS sewlnt machlnea. Call before yoasen. I hot room...pam.nt. Janitor service.rOllndor OCEAN SERENADE. tt Coronado has lane room and all the appointment DOrCh. electric ."
SeweltTbimond .tam h.t. Y.a Beach. efficiency 1 wish for Including
Meaaia* Wa pay top prices. I J. mOe. you could rja..ed It rock -

..H.* t. wura |M, II S. Rablase: PumltBTO Co. 72 W. Pin I I let Summer Park '1111. Adults only. Wln- .rlnm.11. o..n.mile 12.5. mny features too numerous to men fDr thIS wa ..

S.st ,. 555.I P.so555 IIM.c St. D1a14070.RVSCAPSWU1. On.-h.1 tion. The Price of thIs outstandingbunttlow 1i.WII'! J10 N._
ruler Peninsula Avenue
.. pay premium Price TAF-Hou.. apartments reason 8lr.t I* only $10.50. Call Mr. COLONIALTOWIS
South of Orlando to sun. with Met- .
i so .*t.1. %ttii pboT6 dZB s sad ran for 3 for 1142 Chrysler New Torkr. Brow SIJDpo-l.tO. horn with five
bus 145 Taft.2ROOM
service. Hodtes. Box NEW MELBOURNE BEACH-New calf Bid. :
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5 .554010 di.** 12 21 and P. J. Hushes. Apt. 324. Orsnse $111. pD porrh. Offered
5. HMO aiaea Ca. M R. Ptaa.btlM Part HoteL I APARTMENT. No fhUdn6. bulidlnt-ttore with apartment directly ment to see._ _ _ _ maned Anxloa t
Also Ill Hill Street. ea First place wrath of IAr.E 2 New 2 bed- i
Pu.. _ _ _ _ _ MT DAUGHTER want to buy ranm. Surfslde te.a. $125 per month.Owner BPI K* pincy. waiter w
0 I I P I Piano, and my father wants rowboat. i UFR"IR 3-room apartment VI.. hobby or chills room. Co. 49 N. Oraaa

: What have pus. to otter. Dial line. $$ a month Alt.r. nice kitchen. 50.1)0.and b.U equIpped'kitchen. office 3356 N. *

: 'so ; 5 .1155 n.aA.n-a.rtk. Ma* tastb '' 12. '___ C.1 24871.SBA 49. Business Rentals IBRADHAW i COLONIALTOWN
: s 0105 .. a tfweawdMy taraadMlaaed Malbw OFFICE MACHINES and furniture. : GARAGE APT. with working rooms living

rWerwot C*. Ill W. OatraitACWM Get oar price Check with Geort 31 E. Robinson In rear. CITRUS HOUSE tRAC-b> sod modern .

a. Smart. 13 B. Main St. phone TWO EflC1E14C7E5-tovety I location To .PACI 4 .ntr.. 1.' screened front
.a electric .
eluding Near
: *8 SI 005 S5 OLD GOLD W* pay hlthest price on lake. Beautyrest beds tile fully equipped Box 4 S-ta. stores and bus tlthP.. . 11..1.ale re.of hrubbery.lane lot ;
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i I -- for diamoada aid told watchea.broken baths. Venetian 11D.Day week ar town For quick sale1 $8750 wita term. Hamptaa
5, S .5 5.5 .s4j OU land floor tteaara jewelry teeth, silverware.Berkmaa month. C.1 14. ORANGE AVE. 1110 N.-Concrete 2.2H! cash balance god terms ante. 3413.COLLEGE
4,. SI . aeoaor *>*.. aHbty .. It Sons. 13t N. Oranie.WE OPEN block approximately 24x10T. W. B. Nicholson. Realtor. S. Main. -_
: S # SI *s55 155505 Ban* at 14* Sad .11 n. Rot 100. A .p.n.nt "lIlnl.llt 1 will buldlD 5 lease at 1
ARE to need af some Pool furniture 4 to year 2-111.
4 I 0? = IK ft. L iar$ ar aftoao Leesbar$ and metal beds. What have It 0..b' .rms hot&d."IIlh. $85 o $165. Stories O. Fredrick. Real K We are Proud PARK.(

: S .1.0 yoa? Corhrka Furniture Co. 1015 W. 1 month lease Ready September tate ill N. Oranse. Dial $ COLLEGE PARK 3 bedroom brick ful modern .
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Church St. Ph. 2-0931. llllr@Box 1965 City. house nicest In thl "
.- batu. .....) lit. a.wi porvMa WE- SHOP ; West Plat be- lot.lumlhr I Inams.Lal"
-: BUT used furniture. Can as before MODERN spacious 3-bedraom lakefront QII ft801. O extra features *
W.. 1247.
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M t sellint. Orlando Pnrnlttr Co.No. I apartment In Kimimmee ginning September 1st. term Open eatable: living
Itbtth'4 CAJri ..." satea.. t store tl) W. Church phone completely Orlando Davis. Broker. 33 S. Stain Ph. 5529. celling and .

; J515I4 *41 .t> _4 aarainat eaaa. II II. .KnacH 2-4883. ._ . 7284 aU Sutld.'unllhr. Cu 100 P.M. 50. Wanted to Rent CITY LIMITS-6-roorn frame .i mail floor r.

o 4 55 0. 50 _. 0I405s C,. B Pass"Poses" '-.1113. WE-BUT DIAMONDS. .io told tar- week aytj low. Fully 'ami.c gas and comfortable ,,..

5dM Bf ad'd net Jewelry and antltae Hoeltks's.. !: BUSINESS or elderly couple. No APARTE OR HOUS&Uallln- tricity. .r.e Quick OC' alUoB '
sos 104 *Ma* tar a..dsi. **>Try. Or 24 B Oranse. upstairs.t children. To share home with lone .. I.. paney. Pr 15.8. F'.n. pee a well landscaped
4Sei >*.*. Aa* *M* Ca. Ut Oramao WILL jur. widow No drinkIng or tmoktat. Ph. ones Orlando or 470 W. Winter Prk.APT. James . . 1317 Shah neighborhood.
remov or saw your at III QOn..I "
Os'* *,n_ _ _ _ _ pin trees. Can Klnt BuHdinc and 34-R-14 :R-HOUSZ28Mim! Blvd. OPP.te ACLRR DDt" Ph. ton. 15 W. ..

$050 "L.III. .i'i.'ii jiH f. .ttMb ._ bkt Lumber company: telephone M7.._ FREE FURNISHED APARTMtNT=1 f 751. 520.
5I ., 5.8 .* avatar. I year aid. Mae Umlt .a. Permanent reliable. Employee -
WE BUT tsed lumlture. Can w bo- Clean for couple to SO yean t*
.. .. Maia 3 Call Bob IN East Mde. bun sad
8 SN ., 58 taal east. M Itl : Orlando Furniture Co. building mintter. children. Husband & C Bear
ft ru 1autnttt.: MIlls. 41.J. _ _ _ 5-ranm frame. 2 .r.
.rI 50555 must have full time lob elsewhere ClOSE IN-Pie*
.cL.eips.: BMW* 115$ w- for Income. Writ Box 430 APT. OR S rooms for h" and .r. Paved .t.1
*510s .. 554 No. 2 tor*. ItS W. Church phoae ROUS&o lit HaU. a new two
$8950. N.
5.55 10 soloSI soo 05 . ..55.. taimted by Mtl. 4 .. Ut Winter rental In a most '
Orante. Dial 8188R"
t- SI . P0555 04)55I -Y *** Hew ,a4 MO.. C. UKta U. Furl Oil and Wood from Nov. 1. or suburbs possession caa
4$ Rent Box 472 '. $ Great to Live in
: ,. Paa M W 1M Trap Bt. House for .Sta.APAT&RHO_ arlalo. ".2M cash I. '

I0 #4 55* *50 5* 1555. PWtM.twowt' __ PUEL OIL A lull tank 1$ safer. -2 bedrooms. $7.000. Mcrt ti-H l
5 AACB->ao 0 foal $>aa silk Pboot 1021. Ban your tank tilled. CLOSE IN-CooL airy twin or double Vr.eU Family I 3 I W. Washlnrto
Pt = Sjsbes 015Oy5 ales sue A larter tank Insures neat o. coldest room; Innersorints. 131 E. Pine adult Permanent resident :

1855.* i_ wtell 17 rwr *aMwa -.t... McGraw Fuel OU B>rrice. St. net I..H$t>0._Ph. 6380._ COLLEGE PARK- COLOSIAL oAJi

tar abxrta. Tarn Ca Meal LOCKRART .. rooms nfamuhed !
.aa*, w. 0.. PI*. 37. Fertilaera and Soils I II v_ acre. bus. electricity available.Ill ., kitchen private entrance. in.Urteot. Here 1 a lice wen constructed 2- toom modem .
45 5 5554 CO . home on a lot 104x135.
I. i5Wspas ..ute. i per month. Permanently. M. A. What have you? 1 n.11 mittrrw this
c17 I I COLD SMOKE-Keep your lardeal Sahler. 2. Box 321C. Bl $S room dining room. kitchen |
SI rw la* amm lia a driver WU- Rat bedrooms and two baths UP. 2 ear srste. Don't bay without
teed RMr SOS .. ktiu. C5sMkl- sad lawn pest tree and healthy. SUBURBAN bedroom furnished AARTtHO I-- Near fines tnd snoopier Den Dudley. *,
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sat easy way, 508 BrookhavesDr. IbbUI
aowa aMM I bouse by week month or season.
.ii __ 6314. 0 !i inu. kitchen 11 th 'Itrrt. 100 *om. CLOSE Yi
: = Kat.-ba V 4 raWaet: vtrtr Ph. Altamont Sprints 1-1493. 'urlr. Brother sad Itt term C.l Boone. bath borne 1s la

10 0 .M. brws tear*. ...,. and toad rich top aaiL Delivered. ; S MALLCNFURNISHED collate. I nlnd yean want with Han .. Aiency. Realtors fr a guest home

; lew** 11_ BVw Aaaac* Bitbway.fata .I Phooe 2-4033. I I 12.5 per month. mile* from prospects of buying tad mslluc permanent i 112 N. Ortn e Ave. TeL 5119. . .-.d comoietely .
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r ** Bear tat .. S aIM BIGGER LOADS of better dirt. For I I Rock Lake. 301 N. T.mp I. 10m,. Would not mind suburban J I Allen Jortnaon.
5. . ***** *( Oaaf CwarM. I prompt service call Lee 2-0793. <;''S%. P 2-3. l.t Box 42 8-Star. 4 ante1 eeI2. J

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'' .. I.1 SOUTHEAST neat and homey & POUR ROOM BOUSE. electricity COM OROV Of Lake I COLLEGE PARK-Dartmouth Ave. i ibetween I se. '

4,4.4.4...* . . tle (IT* room houM with seed running water ..r.. lot. 50x150. Cont bl Iatln an I Ed..te .n West A&TI'
nlabinss Includlnt aU Quick ..1.. 146 Lock 5 moreland. 660. dt .
'1 Itt p .i $4 .. ..toa.a" eltrl tl\l 1.1. V.lnl. .en m.d "& scri than 10" r 51 -- 1
,' 4. sa 1istl.5. n.. rouMM 'D Just the thins for hart. Florida. I.d.d .lb crop. 20. ,i Telephone 4030._ Owuer.l21_ X. Got. M3S : 544 J
r.t .. I I isiS.t.17 SirsS51 atr'.t.li5.dtaW .r retired couple. Price t*.250. CellO 000, \rash. Wa\r.Realtor. 4ta'.a .
. h 1* .. H 2-OUo. 109E. 672 Orange BEVERLY SHORES-Build your pew I COMMERCIAL 554 5. -
w Lmy Or. CIM _ft"_'. A .iJ bar P.tM Pins.sotrH .YOor..lor. J YOU HEARTS DESIRE-A "utIk I. : 6. ._ I home amid the new hornet of this I Slith S3 CIUa. if' .-
a M ... WUMlbMi illS O. 75 lot with .
., LDara .451.*, B *JMr, M &HI FIM. Shoo m a carpet. Bet ; thIs tea of treen t GROVE land 925 Young South a ..lt.nd Extra I. select beautiful your aUon 1. win Warier pay J0. _to I part or trade *a kasM to .. . .

PuUy and nicely fur with siding MOI lando. 437 Revere St .
!I' ". SIDE- a .
a 91a.'un.lo. D t Investment Co. N. Orange Ave.i
. bPU4 .4 .. built la 1M2. 4 E .l.l
homo
a pretty .
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j . . alhd01 .* Johns-Man. ubt we find the interior d rl OROVZ-.Southwest of Orlando i OI, Manor Ifl 3356 N. Orange CLOSE Of--C art targu ksjk ftM
.ucl homes.
.44 SI 4- 0 lifetime floors UI.I.U. rror hs used good taste la the color acres bordering a l.t full bearing I A f.rW tatjtt
0.1 of around.
nun UCTIOHoUrt StirS u. l-creened Nicely land. scheme. are 3 bedrooms a tile trees-early and DUBSDREAO COUNTRY CLUB : ia' 4..
t .. prh.. lrtpmn& Sec Storage and laundry M'M> Vera
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= 444iP. M*>* torM4 M a mlfl *.. Wi.- tot .. ..eUfDnc' bath an floor furnace and crop etr tood-this U I Ic.Uo. Large tots tow a* (495. .- *i i> 15Sm'.4!- .
dOe enure
& p8pt al. I'I Ufl re..4.81 .tt H. U. ". ion oa.d Harlow O. IZ.5 lit I tric kltrhea. bell love the U :1 .. win no doubt pay bit r.I hrm.ton Pay monthly. Have tot ea less owner than or.. per kM. ** I.

M_. _iM r***>. vrttkfkit r. Dial 188. : fl farnttur In the i turn on Investment. Price and termsIn : building materials become with Oeo. P. Bras Re a' = ** '*M. tX*
T. she vSa
., f4 !l ilKi.. klUM ..< IsIS ii "O.nl.Or. .UT in Orlando." high quality. AS 01'' office only See L. A. Bryant for I available. Property la this hih das 19 E. Central. Pa. 2-Uu. ow# 559 *
,: 4 b54r..a sad IsIS m *'- the screened living full Baltic I .
I porch you p.rl.aln WU.ml section to bound to increase rapidly
late I
Ii.I ftoM T, .U*. heat nice outside in one cornerof .. 8: In value Buy today ahead of this 'I DUPLEX OR GUEST IsOMk-Patvaished. i1 : r
J-t. 8OUTHXAST SECTION-Niw.eon- I the ysrd. In .r e there It Phone 5106.OR.OYETodays. We have some beautiful' Arranged a* 4 aajtto 4 .
lr S lT$* .a..1 crete block bunialow modern In modern laundry equipment I with separate I I.ce. the golf course. rooms end bath eacb flair MM IB-

_, 1-44 44 lie *. ..* Cl ..t rP&has 3 bedrooms pl.nl I hot water system for I.r. lt rhon and bus available. cation extra .. retara Owaaw I
lars living room 'P.r. bed buy. S acre* W.tr. UahU 1IIl.blt0 took after pr** ttMf
i... one. fSsq 4.UU hra..lt I meat Tea that U the D I crJi Bo'snd.: Owner ... 5.4
p44 'p .. wnwp .. 'HI dinlnc and Looted on. abt. furl beirlnt. included. Located .rille. See this fee kM ajM
t (I OrM _ _ _ rom klt.n little ever saw ( Crna BId., 672 N. Orange ;2-
Ol asphalt road. 300x666 ft. deed A .
. comer street Broker cooperation on good Income. 515005. ( M*>
Os4Pt p..H. In (60 month It has combination 4551
now : evenings 2-2534 ::
I nice S room house completely JehnsoaCo.. Soc .. Msta.
c solicited. 'ur. _
fcjfti* l4du.I . ITI4..ti. Lt.4 'lclu.lnl.It and dicing room bedroom .
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5tf"WtJI . Tom 340 Nor I .u bsth kitchen nl.be. All gas tlth.n: .. Close EAST sz fun sited tot o FROZEN-CUSTARD STAB ljto* -
and
atlaxW . fctWlaataBVi Grdon. Brkr. .Iatnl ( 5 a
***> jt*> . H 4 .IS MIM.MkrMM SKi ccr** *.Mr O.na. P. 518. ..d the furniture a ". D"SD'ttha with city Income cODeDI."e. niceproperty I l24SMaln: phone 0911.I R.t. E.. quarters. 3 yean ira'. AI ***ir : I I
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SUBURBAN-New 2 bedroom frameon cash: balance 1 2 I
r taj'c 0,* $3 M4 **aknsfiint A.hwttoM..1 . LMtinll. Ky. 2 acres huh and It a priced r.bL tr. avail b.1 Black. Realtor .n i A'UGHN 2 &aU" Ateacy. 2* 8. Caws *. 15 . -4.MI'

>5.* 4-. V. astM l., t* To. c. deelop. able. for Mr. C. B :. F.d LDao._ 'rot. a.dlli 3-443 '
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ttng jupiii* a ad wet Roil .mire.. OrUnd., n.lehbrlO.. .. (1750 down. Davis Realtor. 41 W. Washington, LAKE FRONT ORVI D. Lt. Adalr. GUtSr HOME-CtoM ia. 3.eS9. t _
V 54- 7809 Evenings ful home land and I I bullln. In one of Or 2 baths. Mk Baa**. tM .. .
IV4 r- asks 11409. list Um Wilbur Strickland. Brokers. 23 W. 2214.CMPAE .1. .cn. lando's rooms
*. *M >* 4- ktort Mt to) BMIMM. IU. I Ul B.\. Church. 6875. !I water. 12 in IO. ,: bearing tree 1' residential .rLP.nd room. Pone-rocner k. .tte.a ..... .. .
tIN tt vH4 L**. AMfMwwaa rM0 sKi.. 2 chIt are arute.700 ft. lake frontage. i.'I aHAn u8Sm.nt paid J'.JJ Large Ie& DeS .
.4 to. pto 4 a4 t** JIm N. Ar hr.. Modem 2 Tl. I. Idrm.II on of Lake MID_ I Ute t. .. your owhome "
Cestr.k pl.Dnd Dorh .bof modera hitches. ComPtaSnisned.
SISKIf w.J 1- BUBUBAN hme. 11e .tl. lon lt ncu. build on half and ten : w"t
llLLL .lb*. UotM*, a.InaaaH frame .. well j II haha Abut 600 ft. on IDaIl4ID1 Uae_ .
: # KM. tf 04401 BUXWOM TT It/-4- brom. Lane rooms .I"tk I Speak tin8 : i highway 17-12. If call F. i hsll. (30 per froni foot Msncel Ins .dUM. Perfectly ... 154s ose 0-

4' $0 4 "-** rM *.bitS .. refrlterator oak doors tile Realty Co. .:706 iri A. Allison. Realtor 37 W. Washlng- ', L.rne. owner. C'I ni during 500 term Mr. Braaaa wttt C a -, .
.u t>IM. Urn. Mr. Ln <1 water roof ton. 7613. buann hon . .
uu tiM1 .t .II. city new onrlotln'l. Bids. 2-3269 Davl*. Realtor 41 W. **k** M*
OMdvU JM. 477 M. Corner tot ( I LAKE FRONT LOT-Kith and dry. 7809.GCE3T. . .
'T.a Lu- OrM.. ,. a.k. neSt in. Exclusive. Prank HOMES FOR SALE-City and CounI I i LAKE FN ORVE.cre land. la 110 ft. on lake. 170 .. .
I I I try. Excellent new homewith I 300 lakefront I Co It oMZ to Urn* MW 15 hjkf .. . .
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4 ..4- ..I1Si4Wt I Moore Broker. S33 N. Weitniorsland. l.rn. 1 f. : dep. Cal -'
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'IN-ainl Phone 9720. : CnnnlfDCe-S excellent ; paved Eltrct.HI.h H. P . a tuest home for tM bus ". t .
** 4" .*CIIOu1-I W. 01.410. l< I land can *. .at(1.000 and class section rapid d..lpm.nt I I Building, 672 N.:Orange 2-45S1. season bet inning soom. w* MM .

.. MA*** M tort M tot IM b, 150. *IM Jr I SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL .Larte cy- balance monthly; home (6600, terms. Mr. Lane H.r'D 'LAKE era well located properties lra ktt ., ='I -
I* 45.4 frb**4 MM. t*****. tr.MSMtow M rr Brt prest sided buntalow. S spacious with .3 bedroom modern home andapartment Goodwin. Inc.. 677 N. Orange.9855._ FRONT LOTS-in =lt ;I 000 up. w* shall M glad to 4MB '

Iiat4 *** .5. M 9 MM*, lz*. r* k. Jornurton 45517, .rtH. : rooms. 2 tlassed-in Drh.. Ea.l"nt only (7.500: 2 acre of ; LAKEFRONT GROVE Here U I' Unusual City I :you. Mr. Lrle with Hentwa <**** *> 9414 '
,. **. BM tart O 1f. Bt 5444. condition. Lane tarate. fine land on Goldenrod road only I opportunity you have been th. strlcted. Nydegger Inv. Co.. SOS : Inc.; Broker.. 4TJ n. Ovaa M** -f' -

45411* r..* 4.. I M*. Lifetime ..bAO roof. Furnished (483. (100 .and (IS monthly: I Ideal warm location In Lake .County. Colonial D. dial 5063.I ._ GUEST HOMaV-OM *f Mt Mt Ctracuvely *- eetse.. . .
Id bsI .. completely terms. Weir lake front home on Lake Seminary LAKE 8USANNNAH lake decorated wS tarnished .
-abs t Ol 1.0. 105 acre set In trees two-story I Co .
> MM* **ra.* n, M. TRAIUIU4f System. 628 Pn. 451. I horn not finished barsaln at Sb.- tnt house metal utility btrn. pump t.D front. Consider this o.. I ,& guest home sKi Bee Ma- . t .

**1C a*** **M 44* 111 k.M. ; o..OII. SUBURBAN rooms and bath Fur- 250: a tood buildint that eate : house and Irrigation pipe. 30 acres .h sand beach. 1000. . rooms and bath upstairs two *Mment **- .
M 4 Ma*. sVMev, f I Ilr1.UaI convened Into apartments and soinetood with Hfl Goodwin Inc., I sad bMM
aa fr alshed. 2 I I full-bearing Ln. unit dowaatairt
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.Ietr rfrl.rtr.
land. McKelvej. 64 E. I N. .
m ** ***M 4TT ___ I Imr4 .'large I .trl.r. 8 Central Broker Duncan Or.pfrlt 55 acres 8.I general lounge rwoas a. ** > pa***) I-I .
.., WU4tk wItS 1.r41shed buniatov.IITIM land. 33.650.Too better see 1: Ar.d. Valencia P.rl, LANCASTER PARK-: feet corered Price (23.000 00. CaB Mwa DIM MtkaHan

Ps'54 ro dIalog rom $ l\heD. Byrnes about It." Broker. 196 W. Brown three ..r old. 10 with orange : M. J. -Moore-2-2aM._ IM t P4MGULST t'S40-P ..* ov
=r HL 31' I burMiai. Mtb. e I P.lb.nt Ave Wln'e . ,. A WORKING MANS HOMN.a Vslrnciss two years eld. 10 .of Moss. Broker 132 S. .1 phone -HOME-Aa- .aBMMlr ktjt .
Mrt. *M Mt buildioti.MU school churches. nursery stock with. 666 buds 6977 _. 1
SOUTHEAST SECTION S-rooms .lc m. T and bstatial **et MSMO of "n e' .- "
t =4-I. .'.. 51. Br**. A:* lUkltor 112 N. 1 frame buntalow City city connnl.nce. bedrooms property t be sold to settle LAKE CONWAY-Swimming and smaller type--4 ... *. .. z.'T
. r-- Orutt At tin.ORWDf < 'urJbt. b.thro. living room kitchen estate Is going for
"i water electricity citrus 14.1 f1II0. 143 x 83. Citrus plete with furnlskiass. tow *aMM
5. ... .. .tUf0.S !trees nice ..built-in blDf. 2 .s"fne. eash. See Mr. Lit Harld :. e.r.r. 110.L Ph. 2-39H_' and nice kitchen equip****! tar JM. 5-, ". -
pl.c0 r.1 cblctD porches with tile doors .. 20 X. Wash- .
... S.4H4IfI '. -- rabbits etc. Price 161 t.r.I: corner lot terms buatklow. i You .i like thl C. R Emerlck ranted :1J. IS.0. County.r 514. I tifnl located on highwayi Steen wiSh O-.rra.Mwt. l-4***> -.na.-04.
PAlE .l*,. tvt OMMM Welt MANo..ou.stores and 110 Oa". 7348. 33R21.8 413 8-ta. LAKE FRONT-20 acres with a tip i p.fa Over ten lot log E. Pin. or .4 44.
M.IU.ee 10
d .s . ta baa. Lr I.Ud rtrepUrc 2 bed- SOUTH SIDE-Frame buntalow. like :. top orange trove mol . 10. P. for Cpl.t : GUEs'r-HO-la csehaan Mat* .. _,? t. . .
u8. buss st 9hnI NMM Ira. Priced *t 110.5. new. Larte living room and dining FACING GOLF .CUE. rol.I This Is a reD fine Priced below Pr 1 '. borbood and located M Ml OfMhisbway 'sser cN4'm .

e-tt 5.4 .5 .ts4.b.54 .II .* MF.ea'. The room sun room modern kitchen I I 'rm. .. onnlzd roms msrket Noble Smith. RealEstate. "I .. Miami Fl*._ I traffic feed ins* A *ataw S N

*vu' $4t.4 $54 L. .. HMtlM R.I ltor. 62 Ii X.Oaltd with bre.lurol. 2 bedrooms and pletely and tn.n.d. 'Drch.. COl.. 124 8. Msin: phone 6911. ORWIN MANOR-Twa adjoining lot*. this two story laest home kM tie** leeos -

.... W. nil IIt Urf d.': ._ bath ttrsie.Several O C Arwood. 119 Grime bedroom two Mih owaotaWa tt _
4.*. fcM :UtriMil. t UI lot. I.n.d prh .nd. On bus terms.outstanding Call Mr.buy a 11.0 StimplonStston. with- St 1.5.. Fla three bedroom will 1 ** *> ._ 7 n4s -.,

.1.054 P5. ? 454 til* O .MAJO. corner WeIUM line. Offered nle for quick sale for (8.950. I i Metctlf Bldt. Phone LAKE COUNTY-An 11-aere grove OP sttlrs LivIng room. : MM* . -
U ... (MM. .4. ... I r b.U -" Terms (5858 Balance alreadyfinanced 5159. a high hI and paved road.. A breakfast Book. kttcMa. MM .. .4.. 4.54 .
t I II n" brick csh I PRINCETON AYVIUE.-Extra wide .
. 554 nut _w.y on terms. See Mr.Stewart really trove. Pouce 4600 ed porches Basemeat *. isfurnace. 55. ,
i: --4- 554 554 .4.454 1.5 IIIOs A lifT wtU-MUt rom? bom* 0 with Harold Shepherd Real'ty I I boxes last year. this and deep corner 10 room lo two Good busIness WMtwt $50 e-
,H 0 rn-t, lit I. Or. M. *T tb* Fully I, i houses or could . into two lots. 4I .
i M"1 E. Washlntton. Phone trove you will wonder why a man Summer. CaB Nora Tytor :
Co, 20 .
Iua .IMI Pc. Of FOR I A real buy at (1 200. Robert R. Tyre, = I
I MM a. IHlt pln. E SHOWING I. .oul sell IICI a beauty but owner O'Hor.M_. 1- 11. IM 8
I IN Is Ort.54i.id 514. let Realtor. W. Washington. (174.
} S'.s4 $ rl 1%$ K. Robinson from and says to 1 GUEST HOUSE=la 55.55.41a .
Today by owner 2 5.
tL Ith. t 15 with crop and all for about
t list i SOUTHEAST-Here's your opportunity Dana Way, Forest \ .. 15.0. small guest bom tkat ga 550-
; : h... i I.UJ. ___ Hil ( rash. Is ever PALM TERRACE-Betutlful buildingsite
t .. tititim. MM*)** II CTRUT. 'l.a LM to step into a five room home blocks from Lake N.a schools "8.50. I' H.r. a quality anwe : like view and lake fronts. Attractive vide year rouad lac**** W45
t hf IA and 01 I 0. furnlshints. **o4 liaSklsd e
1 45. _, $.._ M* .W t r. '11ht blla | furnished schools. -(2250 near .stors bu yon InBalance New masonry bungalow. broms that you tee one 1r. Ctrl Tesder. Developer31 (1480000. Call Fred ResusOBarra.Moors20131.
hardwood tile .
0. .
Trade with Swtld. : '
f 15'4s.i m-4 .0.54 5'4 fo. .lc 24.WirONrR 5 .
terms-Art quickly. Sea Ll o.s1 IM .
.. .54 I' WeD shout on "tlh.D with nw f None rdra.r. Realtor. "Specializing . .
.
; : PINT CASTLC- late with Martie Williams, at Westmoreland:
J ::1 5.555554 .(5. pared Paul Hadm.n I ator Vntnrs gas ranse. .- N. Main; 2-1464. .
ot t block from Let Realtor. West Washington Street.Phone ige with and M. J. Moss. GUEST HOME-.-OM if QttaM -
SWI t*.*r .e4 tueet tore*. Mhools.tbartbe : JuUo Broker. 132 S. Main: 6977__ . .
f **.. 554 .-.. and .*ipreu offir 1* tbisMMitov 1101.SOtES :aI' better. pho. outstanding homes a** . "- q '
,. landscaped. Building restrictions vertised for the first
t 4.5.55544 5'lr4 M (IS rectntlf redecorated and are acceptable people ORANGE GROVE-An .acell.t Indian WINTER PARK (Lake Knowles.Temple location oa beaatitaBy tail. 4.' caNe S 4srIa '
-4 ,.' ._.- .M. C ft to tMd CMdittoo. .It 2-bro. I Icl I \ River 20 Drive section Prospective tot. 1
refined taste. Immediate o.n.e : gas waiatM
o corner
I ;* *%* $5.1551 .!. OlM* 2 M"I'*.S cre K'*..phrL bearto -' .. lakes New 'cmeDblok ccnD.Dr AU r.sn.ble ofer to Ir.h.. : Valencia.. and. Marsh sdl.s home builders should see these choice ', tance U dowauw t H4tm. 1 .r.4 .

.1,1 1 lI. Home considered. 246-R T.mp1 oranges ranting Winter Park lots. M low as $205.I more bedre**** Mas** S .
'i ..-hOri.iji4 *_cttra.' tr SilO' ..Itbl. or .pn.. ; .to b.tor.red and ahol. sills. Pat.I b from 10 t year* old. No better .I 1 3 down. ba.ne in small monthlypayments. :::'b simple coaverstoa fray' .z' 'c Y r
M
I tI hn. B i the Indian River sec .
I .M. tINtne kk4i5.J5s 1 Iuto. I avaUsble. A took )
Wooden doors, plastered walls metal construction. Msemeat wk ** 5nscu. ff
I I f -. 554 . JkM Realtor 1 M.b Venetian blinds brick I 1.UOD ..c close to a. will satisfy Carman A Boland. Inc.. large floored ttto wvtk ete
t t.c .t.pla.0.
.. a.. mot eu.n.nt. community.Buy i Carritan Bldt.. 672 N. Or. bid
O.n.r cloaet With
f bath and 2 lal. 9tb BUYERS-Before yon buy. call 5613. of ft and it ..iiltake storage r R
. .544i. III N. rr.- Price N. lak rre ante 2-551. toes the ad dining tot 100 -a
old since 23. Will
f . '554 1.Sel. SlIs.S Plca DK LION PtJ.CZ-2 story cls.U 1.5. 21 same r. fid ca. yon. Also 10 acre lr.. Ideal for building MW rMa aJto
___ br.Iw Bdra ut door. 3 bed- Martie Wllrms. R.l'or. you what o W'Dt C.b.lll. R.1 in same vicinity with small home Halt S lie 55.5'
LOTS"on 130000. Exclusive with **
t = West 10. tor. Metcall (15.000. Phone A. T. 9516.Jsmerson ,2 BUSINESS Colonial
Orerlookinit 1t. Ibon _ _ _ Dr
4 _ ncoed f. I C.re. Special this week: (4000. Fredrick who ba* pkrtore fill wke . .

f .... IWflO% T. UKTM & Lt CeoUe.J" I'I THIS TOP list for price 3 most beau 2 E. sod C.re. R.ator. 70 Hrath. Broker. 8253: in Colonl.lt.n property and will M ttod t* teM _. JfI.1 ,I IIt.
ad COD bdrom. C.ntr.1 full details. Harlow o. PredateS IH
i us,4 5.s.. La"1 l.rDed. .IU.lan'"mH' heat. SUBUBA Completely 'umlsh.d' b.th. tiled ". kit h. uDocdld. I II I .CE In fine trove located m 21clC'L located just oa N. Orange. Dial 515$. .- ;

f ; : .. I fartr *c ,. P.111.0 terra -rom bath bUDC'I.. 'I. Lrl" living room w.c convenience, asphalt j City lirhts and :1 "It's treat U ttv* la OrUaM"I
; Can Mr. IoU Blt.D. sat room porch. garage.laundry. street: trees 18 yrs. crop water. Str.t. and ad..alts. Lake
123.50.
.igbf. .atrs 4. sf1s.r4s au S.PMr old incud I
i Ia.si* .s .. ssw lUattr e. 2 K. St ; electric refrigerator. Car work sop. Claybauth. Real- P. 180. : b..nl: i' prtrlleteti. Exclusive P. A i HIGHWAY -IIS feet-lMMv ... .
Near Allison. Realtor. 37 W. Washington I
? :
Porte. 40 citrus tree tor. Metcalf .
young ., and worth ". Fred .
_ _ _ _
On. .14 I 2-21. .Id os 5 !
i stores. leaving State has : 7613 !! 181 feet deep do** ta I J rf1
= :-e- BUT Bl ck. Long wood 21. _
01e EXCLUSIVE THIS U want
Ds"i. (4950.DO with half : you R..lt. I I cement block building. 3 apt *. us -
55.55. Ii w .siI5.iS, i. rash.priced Bettet Investment Co. 25 W.Washington. the best 1t 2-story. 5 bedrof S ACE fun b.n. lr.. 9t EXCELLENT LK FN LOT- Grocery store oa first new PSM IF, '. W51

$51 Wv .. PARK tAKI SECTION'-Comfortable Phone 8S13. 3 tile b.tl. .a"l with 'I crp aph. r.d; 1. R.close F. in. On1 11.05. term site for tourist wart or asp ***.
Bide
i 4 'I Lug {ktaJll.- ii,...... I IP5..4 au rMra Ie. 14 block from I maid o full emu. excellent deep. AU city cODnnl.ncf Pt 672 N.Bolad.Orange: C.r..D. way business Offered at a '
I 15(55. 1Se 14151.15rsi WaatUal Horn has two5141.5S. home lectoD 15.0. C'Jb.u,1 Uo. half cash; bl.ac. j 2"$1. price of tlt.000 for quick Mto
sleepIng work room, I VIRGINIA DRIYESECTION-2-bed- Realtor Fred THREE 50 ft. lots in Dubsdread
I Good
.1 I 13 'a cash. Price taehtde rarasMc awMock.
.. IrMacia I Jrb Icom. prpr
I a.e S. tort STint rooou cheerybn.kfisl. rooms. steeping porch frame I TWO BRN NEW Modern houses Black. . 2. I Inch. M. .. .Broker 13 See Mr. Stewart wb ******

... k5.S C. 1 I IMS, screened porch. Be- I "un.lo. Good cODdltioD. ( ol I every "ea Paved I 15 LAKE GROVE I 1.11 phone 6977.I ___ Shepherd Retlty c.. 34) E. W*.a M-

. 4.. _ las Mid partly lamlM. at 11500. 150 bl.ncr. C. c .tr.t obL bus. .trs .4 a nice ; ACE tr.. on Sur CU RoH.mlf 1 I ON LAKE BARTON-1 400 ft. 1 ton St. Phone 1124.I -

un T1O1.k4. -., P IUO. '. Ie,' Modal phon. I "tt. brote. J. MIl. 2.14.WITR nearby. I and Parson Bro.us' tre. from p.e road 1.ke Price.SI I INCOME PROPERTY-. 15 .. .
'tiWIf. LAKE VIEW New 3berom .1 down balance like rent with .4950
bS5..u4. WitS .. R.ltr can PARK. 110.0 I ,.a. 360 trees Dearly 3 yean old. 175. MKennf. Broker house and tsrate tMrtsseat wMI

0s$4 ,$I. 14., a.4$. t. offkc .. plea til. bath.House In de I r.t. Immediate possession.!I Nic crO 1nude. W.r location. Cheney 2-1l4. p I twonlts *a lisa eastaM **rat .

45 5.5.s. ls.i 15' I 11I I Im e.nt.l ..UI'. Immediate HOI W. W'Ahlnlc St. IoU 4 room tenant WILL TRADE my lot 75x150 in .0'Price (24.000 00. CaB 0 H.rra-..

55 5..5 SI. 54 S14 ft. Is I pS.lon C.l for ,pplnr NEW 2-BEDROOM HOUSE-Wired house Close to town Mr. Branan location for Ute model ca. o Realtor. 2-2380. 109 X PIM .

15 5. . r 455. I Ii I ment. ( tr. .on. I: for electric stove large corner lot. with C. B. Davis Realtor. 41 W.Washington at 1043V.; 26th St.. after_ :3 pm. I LAKE EOLA 3 btoek'sTbaptoa- **>. - -
I with M. J. 133 8. ; : 7809 "
..s'sf 3-3111. .1. Near bus. (4.20000
I ( M.
fi I \r. aoL BUILDING your home Dished. 3 writ*. 4 ratals 1 MBaS 05.
6977.I
phone L.Ie
-"_..,-'rr.nI 'i PKIMCrrON cash or King owner. 30-ACRE GROVE-50 acres iprove I site now Dbs. I lower. Upper. 2 apsrtmeMs. aewtf 4.-a . .

4s.ss. .u..a Ivisu '. SOL DITC.raa i 1rD.TER PARK AEAuotld.. 101 W. Washlntton pasture. Hammock dread Country section. ., painted Inside and .. Ptoara 4- a

. lb.4.i .. .pa.. Good home and o- I i Ilt b101 di I NEW 2-BEDROOM HOUSE no quite trees sour rot crop estimated 1.000 ali Ile. Close Cu1 school bus finished nice condlttoa tkiMtboat : 15. 55 .
514 e- 051 .. $54 list.T 44.laetta>ent deal. See I I tance 'rm U one of Ue I completed Inside. Large lot water boxes or bt., small producing pin reasonably. Cash 2-car garage fruit Owner teM*- a..J.I
5.i o
S .5 isuuv _.te 5.4 415b.1 Mr. WIMhaia. with O P. Swope.Rcaiur most pleasing and livable house electricity near stores school bus. .". deep bouse. ts and elec.triclty. ; .torl. Jane Bros.. 235 N. M.11: 7559. I ferred wants immedlal aitlta (It 50' .
with t.rs t .
55i4 **f .n UM4 *8IMW M Plu: phon I have. The large ln.'room (2.38500 cash or term to reapoostble -,: O.ne. bar on property 750. term Baas JokMM OH. lie
li5.li4 OM H. t$5.Hi . E su I' beautifully fitted fuel sts ', .party. ". 1401 wants ( aUcash to satisfy 8 Main.
55. for Sale
4.4,5'. heater attractive dining room larte W. Orl..] o..r. (25.495 worth of obligations Including -i| Country Property I f i S "
kitchen two lane bedrooms and anice I' LAKE LUCERNE ttCTION-Oaoalhome. T
=
bank loan of A 10 000 ,
4voo } '
,- PAR AVI. M3 W,-U porch and a to 12.000 box 12.0., handled. COUNTRY PROPERTY "Sine 10 t_. 1 bedmeta. ISbaths.
fro* .5 .. Mt|. UM f.* ,. aeed. I-brom. .nd"alepl.that U a Joy. I 1916." Ask Asher Peter jlealtor. I Nicely Urntohed torte 1 4 .
i See
ya Wm. O. Rencher, Broker E.
ItaM. -- Hf ***.. *twtn. *MM .1 arranged I lOT. l an.n.d this lyl. lot 75 ISO. HOME OF NO REGRETS 2 He prob.b1 know" Central and room ireplace.. Baaemeat fsess -

54- Kirvtt to4r. I Prie M the owner will I,' Kitchen equipment Included. I Price i W'KhIDaon. I Main.__ 2-car .or... 2 large tow. . 51 .

tnw M CM. tor M 4. C 0eMt. tr>* Psi 1'lr" Duo- I (11.500.00. Call Dana Humpfer with Located on a a.de cr.e hi an I 221 ACRES-195 acres heavy la- LAKE IRMA-.On Bolton Road. 40 last year, (4.000. See Ibis for a
*_**_ IU1 I Orto.. AM. IssariIHS.,5.s l Mm .fulpm.n& a''! 2-0836. 109 Pine. excellent we offer ing grove. 1.5 trees. 2 'fn I acres. H mile lake front. 3 acres location with steady sac '* tm-
n.l.bbrho.
1
.t. .1 .Uro. O'H.r..Mor. E : old. Following rape- '' Sam Jabaava c.. J44
; Watn hra. few ." terms desired. PARK-MAITLAND this 3 Idrom cndltol un.U.-1. 'I of citrus. 2-story unfinished frame 500. terms. ttr "
WIT, you fruit. 700 Parn (700 'I I| S. M.ln.LUCERNB.
porch
tictoslv With Frank Crtb: 507 for beautiful place of.bu& I d.U.htu aa I 1 .ro.Ds. house. Price only (10 000 or will sell .
.t.UI .. 4-trail Rolidini. phoo 2-1710 Ikc a Florida trees :, ShO.1 by appointment priced ta mld-fsol 1.10 Vafnllu. 5 tan. 1 S-tcre tract running into like. SECTION-Frass* |*e*

is o..w is.l 1.115. 1.11.p45 aa, broker. o I : acres lalr.1 .n at 111.0. Irne Itok. : & Courtney Realty. 392 N. Orange; home beautiful sad *> ttoat Ii IIIIIL.t
I." Hall 112 N.i hos 2 Irritation l"tems. bam. "i 5,054
... .5.Iisd 1.1 0.t- BrO. AanC. R..ltr. bedrooms. IVa Mth 4eSI
PRIYCI1ONCEOOLSZCTION- 2-247. -I
II, .. "..trtlaM.IJ Winter Park? On these grounds area Orange i edi : on i dining room. kltcMa. Mlauc1r7 550 .. .
L*,ely I ro. horn *a two expen- fine modern 10-room bungalow anda i Te. 1 the property. ti1'highwayI I I LAKE FRONT-325 &on a 1.11, downstairs. S 154- 5.05. 5 55 '. .

t? L.7! _ M'y' toadscaped lou. Shad trees. pretty son and bal net cot. I I I frontage. P. ( includes I I ful lake. 235 ft.: .a hard rooms. 2 tile baths ... stew sac15. 51. ..4504 .
,M *a4 rear. Pratt l.r.!tate. 50 to boxes of quality I, acre in orange Total t acresPrice. . ,. 5Ia15a. ,-
".. rtIOIrY- .. .., fist r..I. Lars .. NerK. See H. E a Wheeler with 11.0 ;, BRAND NE 2-bedroom house and : 'rlt.O made Louis S. Dolive. 16.6. Call Georda you ly bath furnished controlled tmmacatot U f. .-

,li .1 M bvs rout*. Can arra I Shepherd Realty Co. 20 E. ..Washington. garage o bfutfu lot. 92x146. Broke 27 W. Washington; dial I i Schiller. 7186._ tondscped crat 4.
Lovely
&r I l.dtis.. <. liberal term*. Photo t show Phone 5124 or 2-2629 ate t| Bartam. 2143.I 8412 _ _ _ ON BUTLER-CHAIN of Lake*-New 166. 2-car garage 121.050. 5.4s .15J,

I siMus s wta4w at I W. ..tltn Call il p m_______ I I COLONIAL HOUSE-3 bedrooms 2 I 20'F BEARING GROVE 75 Vj 'I 2-story house block cntrc\ol Weir .,atem._Mt Puve 5441 r
5.4 s.sis silos 4sMsfti'is4 Mrtan JM O. "nr.R.lr. i I baths powder room maids quarters I j and Valencia oranges completely furnished; gas .te 'H&-.M .
& .
I MAES CAFE At the ** **!
.. M Home -
51544 I. ... *
and bath. furnished : .
_ _ WINTER Charmont Comple.17 are the highest money heater and rn.D.P b.& .
"a l1 a.a PARK-hcu.I. with .. Tn station. Leesburt. FtorMa.
L. PARK ItN Substantial mahogany Winter -
section.: peio A crop n. and year out PresentI tous. 21 (34
_ lHlis $1 15 ...tea.r.ur tram* butoatow In choice section. buntalow. 2 bedrooms saraie.maol electric' kitchen; car.lf and dr.pa. crop Is excellent. Price ( Cventoth. -o ._ Lee Batemaa -

I bdrat, tleeptnc porch. Urs 11IM *- i, ..tr.Lnl, detail throuthout.Due 1: $.00. Shown b . I I Re.1or. 4308 .o. SUBURBAN-.--12 miles north. Pae,, ORANGE AVK I-t.irs. Ml =

porck e..r.11. partly I 10 days. Definitely awaybelow PI. 681.VNNIHE3 I 1 GROVE-lsacsesln Lake County road: electricity. 25 citrus '" 140. High cletred. bed seittoa

4- b4i. . lor ulk4 OW au.a 9u C.e I mat.t 1.750. (. H. bedrooms tile best citrus section. A bumper crop : acres muck land 6-room this at (1150. terms 1t8. Oak fJ.p ,; ;
". 15 SSISH .$4 iilou4 ss.e51 Ilt 4J. Kittredte SD. R..lt". 2-3171. porch. 2 lots. I t Set Good end barn house JO.0 repair 24Mt. well'with MIser Peter B>tMt 5.
.. 1e. h SirS tn.nhou.. 10" Central and Halo: 2-41"1" :
4 5.15111 i 9250. terms Betty Trent Evans. I i 27 Inpl.nted. AH term Realtor 150 E. Robinson - ;

.4 't: .=14515. WINTER PARK -,..r-ld cement Broker. 341 N. Orlando Ave-. Winter 1 this for (25. an.. W cah. par- o : 7632._ ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL los > .
p is 5 sr.. Park. bu,. 200 ft. his b way tnmUtt 4k 5,5.
i
ROBIK8ON ATI. EAST-Lo ely mod house with I- tarate. in fine location I I ticular call Brock Steel with Chen- I 2l ACRES S room house. 2
55.400 5. I 5.a5's. IIH. MM tow sear 3 handy a school and tult A 672 N. Orange 7234 > Florida' mali atrttPIe. aeareet t* ettf -
... ... H 1.1 ob \.tre. .fn.u. : porches furnished gar- Real i iIt'
be >>.*. Mdltioaal churches. Price (2.500 down. : "Iene ', of shade trees takw a- J
wash ,
4-is. en S Or."utk dust 555. nm nl.bl. 11.5 I SPECIAL BARGAIN IN GRVE tol .he. lou. cblct.1 I 2850. term Jim M CH8 4Ha*
IM aMrtment. AIM 100 Its a bargain. . Old.n. Broker. IEXESIV but wen l.t Located in Avalon. hou I 15. CwaMBl
Mat :I w.l.its .u- I adjatain. Meal ..rfn bou.site. : 1121 Orlando An. tDer Maitland Trerom house on lrn. Howey. Trees are In Ceron.nd Highwty 527> 2 ml.1 I Asher Peter Realtor 74 B.

t'I sKi :. OwMr toatn beaatUuIlylaratifhed underpass). Winter Park. Open Sun . good residential I Warm locations. 5. 10..0 condlc 2-0786. .- -
-* 4-i uu ka'.i (M t22JOO. Excluslva with PARK Beautiful 2-bedroom tion. Paved bus line. Close tostore. For detail Information see trct.. ';1'.1. ORANGE AvE.:. H "New f.. .

+ 55.4 at 555 lSs54 .w.4 fir.i54 OM H. stitUeds ion Realtors.I:I I I l I WINTER house of block- construction overlooking $4750 sret 0. In.Pbfor yon o Dolive. Broker. 2 W. Washington: '': 3 R plot and facing 220 300 ft. 't big on II.b-. ,, concrete block batistes* .

f SI' .45 55. laIMl ,sstpsal$5541555. a-JIT Itke. Master bedroom has 2 turn this .. Wtc with dial 8412. .01 or home site. with lovely apartawat aSs'
Usrlid sir. I has fireplace, O. P. Swope, Realtor Plae. 13. first class property lieN *Ha toat
closets living room 6 El' 1 132 S.
Broker.
4 M. J Moss. ;
M.l I tion. first class terms Pyr4 Mtaar
514 44 is54 I&M8. Phone
screened front porch. Venetian 53 Acreage for Sale
large 5812 -
I Sl Tli4S 415,54 415 ft.t. RHXJ1WOOO hot I phone_6 7 ____ the tt.4* .
1i 4i'sllbsiiir.. (muss aeUII- A1L-t dul I blDc.Ihr..hou&.utom.tc tubs and. CONWAY SECTION 10 20 I''I ACR. 7-room house and bath. I we :: 4
or acres
S N I.U1 a u ro b&b I \r I 2 . 40 trees chicken date to Inspect It. Mr 8rM M* 51
Ssi. _ 1 space This truly SHE 18.-Right in the heart of good citrus land. (60 (200 ;I a cir *_
.a rom .D I s\r. ca Dr. 1 ar. Wilt .
HE
Price accept C. B Davis Realtor, 41 W WwaIntton. >
I T.r.
84t1Aklornusp ',.., I Kr' \ 2-car I Inbl. .. .' 18.70 CIty A beautiful home worth cash: balance monthly. rod, rn.. .148.as part of downpayment. . 780 '
.. .. < ... in* aI1It. 17S a.U. .u . C. Golden Broker. For quick sale adjoining I electricity. t.undIUe Write owner . RU 455. '_ '
L.lSS.; 10.50. Wm. S. Haile
Wa 4-u iatiii. L r*. Irtas I I Orlando Ave.. bear Maitland under i .orh (3.000 thrown in free. You I P. O Box 1 C' F.m, ORANGE BLOaSOM TRAH. r rc' .
*W| f9MM* fl tor** to4- OrdMf Real Estat Ae. 29 8.SaDI&I I I pass'. Winter Park. Open Sun. !I h. '00 hurry If yon want this LAKE FRONTAGE-Ideal for subdividing dale. Florida._ i I block east. Inexpensive al .r
1 A. w. with i I C1.OSETO CITY LIMITS acres t rooms, two 4-rwota .
MR*) tu* tat* luck 2-UI. 1 1i one. More W.le B.s Choice residential property '
51isl451 411usd .. Virginia. Broker 217 Orange I fine garden soil. Ctrl tr.e.Space I Owner II ctsk. check
(*rt i $SOUTHWEST. concrete block WINTER PARK-Near Lake southwest Lake Lan .
come for small Electricity tfter Some term CUT., PMk.
. I 355. .15al.up454s I and Dultr fr.
Puraltiirc 4
I on ale l oe Block construction. rooms (I' caster. Approximately ft. on and bathframe ... 5444
I11M4 wtUl term C Mr. Lyto with Electric kitchen. I and tas. paved er. 2516 NOr. 31iV11
I I.. 152 bath, furnished. !ATTENTION School open In 2 1 lake approximately 600 ft. overlooking .
f M *ao4f. $ **.. 144 .. Or***.; .. Oe Inc.. Broke. 677 patio. Located on rear of lot. Room Winter visitors soon be lake on 30 ft. Ilop. Covert cot.' Garate. 18.terms RAILROAD FRONTAGE
"et. Herman Inc.
_ _ N. I for another home. Priced very low at these two thl. .1 makeIt a acres and a also large :' 10 CAb.N. 9855 corner of BOM sad 5.415
Sft.'Ii"o1M 677 : or
n : IhtIII1. ;... I..at. IUWT SECTION masonry. 185. terms. Roulstone. R.ltor. 140 1. almost Illbl find a .o I estate site s your broker. : Brkr. Orll. 66. Approximately 145 ft. rHgM4. IsPm t :
I tate x 243 ft. ta 4.5 t
... *
- isi *w BMnUfal- I.br home. Nice bit liTint I J. 22 home In I ORANGE BL5-M'A -3 tracts. ..l 4tl 5050 1
i M tor. Ma* 8.11atn si fIreplacE nice kitchen I priced right. If you are looking '( 1 of 1 of 10 WUD Smith. Owner t
: .cr. 1450.
: '54 55 .rd ts4. 4 Wurssa. back porch hardwood non Lot i WINTER PARK-Near high ool a home check over these choice acres 12750 and .ce tract SM.U PARUlsni. of city. S RESTAURANT- OM- 4f Oas' n..J

44555.54 355t5 5115.4151 314- 0 MxlM nicely laadseaped. TtUon. college. (9650 Includes [I listings and contact Harold.blurS with 2 small buildings for 1 .crel 01 D..d roe. finest Property. BatMka. .4V
135.
.*** ae ad aI fireplace. H block from bus. 110.500. I I kitchen. 2-bedroom home is of 'with J. Daniel Kolar. Broker. 206 8 cated approximately i, Very good 6-room m'SD I menu *n goes for the pne to** 5.

-w4 ***Vtt ... Pew rwof.t Unas. P. A. T. Carter. 951S. .m recent ..Tl construction especially M.I 781 L. of Orlando. Jane Bros. 25 me. M.I sut 1 Lacks interior InU. electrt1 -I 1 year* Income. Cowrtaey 5.540.I Sst_ '

** to at a M* 51*. **. 0 coma .1 Carr. Realtor 70 X.Ceatral. .. c.reu easy living. Priced 7559. I I city, water for electric I 392 N. OrangaS2471 __. o4 I I ;

t4 9m 053. MSI a Mtafrtbtoto I I' well blow rplac.m.Dt value forT Brad new 5rO frame unfurnished 1V 4 fronting 100 ft. on large timber.rante. Irritation for only rn.a.( 1m., .0, SUNSHINE PARK-Dvptot -is r j
4-s ir lastS 55.51 51 1.54,41.4 T quick Terms. .. Winter lot, (7900. ACE ,. Al t.t.a
SOUTHEAST-AUractlY* bungalow; sl. Oa.. f. miles east of Winter this ts owner needs the cssh. furnished. Each BMrttaeM 4 PMSM .
** 54su5.b.l MM M sa.a t* M : 2 bedrooms. sJeeplns porch esrare.sorkihos. i Park. 815-W for appointment. I terms (35 a month. Park. T. J. Lindorff. Realtor. I Trade with Swaid. Louis Geeslia.I and bath electrIc N"
4inta.,., | M*) tr*>* MrtMlirC (as door Ilma. P..e 2-3983 1.1. . Realtor, 143 N. Magic Chef range cleewlaBto* **> :r .
C a Dew KtftlMr 41aMMt street. Aa exceptional I PARK-In beautiful Char- I Pre-war 6-room frame and 2-room I M.I; 2-15 healers ..1 coodtttoo. Oaw 5 -

15 ,4 'u.Reclusive with C. P. as.:4 I WR among the 2-bed income cott"e furnished. (8200, 5 ACEId. city li. of Orlan-I o int city want qakk act***). tMitarate.

--- wr''IIOII&IU .a. Inl 140 N. Orange; dial cement block with I terms t32 50 a Ripe nor.sUon Ct today'shottest" water. II Nice home with toe**** .. .

-. if I: garate attached. e.t .ublrlon To make I WANTED-Nice cOUDtr home any I Johnson Co. 208 8 Mtta

.,1ii.& 151 . "ta sad SHAOT LANDP.IVZ 1021-3 b'M I .:0' .. Brand new .ld buy I On l-n-nm frame comp1t.1 yourself I 1.0. see Mr.Little . slxe Seminole some trove pre.r.d..Jn.Or-H. TOURIST COURT-Hlkwy iMi _. :
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; F 4S AU elt kkb.1 W' 1150.0.e . D.1 with 'urnh.d I.W I Shepherd L 1964 W. Fair Close In. Phone 543-J Wtater hit caN
i unfurnished R..I Broker .
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4 efli I" .. I _.I ... Drb J I I In..sm.Dt Co. a Wash |i screened I ...p.rmeDt Street- I! Co. 20 E. Washington St. Phone S1.. Bre.. Winter Psrk. : Broker protected_ _,. .IIS
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isps LeM swu eM prtfl15'PLi54a. f r.rl. .r. POD. 113 I! to-street 10C.n I 120 ACRES-GOOd dry citrus land. j TOURIST cOUR'I5.-4everal 'I1:1
COMFORTABLE country .rr
b .u. home
isa..rstad ..-, $ lot. pared street. Pullylaralshed I I terms. i| Windermere. Lake Down section 3r courts dose in. Sta/Uac at
415 .. . Iii ., ennlsltely I appointed. Pew WINTER OAREtlea New 5- mostly from home .ll 15 reb ,aden 000. Mr Potter.
wen ram bo*. 2 to Mrs. . Furrowedwalls ,,115.5. c..rd. Aboumln SOIL broe Lou H.a
51. .th&Y Issiurspad oaHfUnto C. : 6H
s Broker.
Oa I rom bUD.lo" .. unfurnished. S rooms, Orlando. tl-OOO Inc.
4Kb .. StoaUa Oar.BrMer tots of screened 40.cr trct. shrubbery 'nPce 1.
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w t.w bath breeseway. attached tarate.Corner Johnston 6 Sammie I or 6650.WINTER _
4' 5. ., 555.51. .WI C.4554.15 .. &.. 2-1MJ .W. P. porches 250 f on paved highway.Corner 150 fruit I e.e.St. 6545. j PDcKo R.ator.
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dill 554W.IICRBAIIKiw. 1 suitable for business.Acre 1. 1 20. Ber. 0.
<.UOo trees. I
.WI1'1I -, ,. $ 1* the Urn to buya I and b.1 good garden si .0! al.5. .5 WE HAV lnrlrct of. land with- COUNTRY HOMEN.. mo.rn Sell PARKII.ta"two story mae swaN
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4a sad sew horn ..nl he owner n.l.bbr. R.17 worth t. on a lake.-2 mU. .. ElceU.nl.m.n I i room 'rm. .. : prch.s. ,I ssy tion of 3 ...n... M 3M
\ fenced coast rue
: : .: T. . W. Rih' brm. sep rnl .I. Sm. ; Good electric pump. t
) MMto ,U suit. AIM .0 soil. Reltr. 4 porch I some . oil leas I of rich .11 and .c.s- door-store on first ftowr-. Lacataaa M'-
Wahlntton.7809 grapefruIt
B.r*.. (to***. IsiS vttkta : ,acr tract It& Writ Box Big 1&. 9500. terms (40 a month. es. Stripling with M. i. Moss Brok. 6 3 orange miles from Orlando A-l Today's price mush lea ta**
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--avIBMBVMplSBBMBBVatoSSIBJSBBBIMBMMBBaiBBMM* wnfTa-P-le er. 132 S. Main: phone 6977. road (13.500. See Mr. : present i
***> M4 MfM 5b.5 4M4 as I'j and landscsplnt Wonderfully clean unfurnished. 2- Now the time to purchase rMs .
TMl .. "" .., BOOTH EAST-New on spacious comer. 3 bedrooms sleeping porch. Garase. St..r with Harold Shepherd R..l erty. Bee MsrtJe wtJII... ReaMav .5'54os.
."ee"Iok 53-1. Ranches and Timberland .
51 ._Mo4 twnMu4 fMM A. T. and tOe maid's Idrm. I E. Washington St. Phone I' .'
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b.th can more rooms. I 21 West "hlnttM Street P5555 5J
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e. lt.a rn .tUc b.2 5124. I . 4|
s4sIM. <._. Ml* Jss.naa s.dsr'.c. I': eoa Grand screened prh I I '106.I .
I Nsaw,. t enu.A" ., Nissan..ll'u.. 'r. ah ro.140 lIla tu. construction 10.750.e. month CAT RANCMSlc. 1918" ;' GOOD 6 ROOM lrm. bungalow. 3screened "r&P551" I
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.. ,11f brick wtad w . .0.1 floors adapted I.dou Fla. livinc. Frame very wen furnished. 2 bedrooms probably Ashe P.tr. R.ltr.H.. Drb.,: acre bearing I
fl 514riss. etc Mtk. plastered walls metal Priced to .I at (2.5. pantry 8500. kn"I. 1 grove .. Lake Olivia In 5. acosif" .0 5.

f- ftoar. aWreea4 froatl4iM I I brtrk fireplace.: ills bath sad 3 : Escellent Call Don Ddl. terms (40 a month. .r.l. I '.0 ACRES OR BrR. of Ootha. Plenty chicken houses: excellent WINTER PARK-New -nt. IlS- 5115451 'n
I bed toom. Its clown I KeaKori 3-474. to Quick 5.e
441 NM 4l. sirIus 1 wll I n.entUI rDch. n.llbbrbo. PlIOn (225 sooaaity MMSMMprotected
.dns..5.. 1515, 554 SaW? "t. C.I N Weem* wttb Mar- WINTER GARDEN RA2 miles 1 3 'D.rm.nt'. and Orlsndo. Sde pasture rsnchhouse 18. T.r.. J MO structlon leases. WeS tortied t* L S 5.aeo.l*
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,14 iss s&.1541i a- nor "" Realtor, J W. ".I wait. t room nod (7000 I b.r loading .hot.etc. Main: phone 6977 rental A ood 4peato -
5.55. 51155. Wf& 1a4 r.1 I . (10*. .ra. all *vealncs. P. (3.000. .cb. p.r'uml.d. cub I. AU A bargain pr good buy for the area careful investor* *J *o8 'fiiiir .5.

..e.. 555 I iK.is .. (MM *)_*, baiaac. lake r.S. Private These are only a few of our lut acre Also I have a 000-acre 56 Business Property for bate (10000 cash. Huckel-O'NeaL ReatMe .

-IfW. 5UiU1ANoomlot.Iifurniah.3bedr.om ,*nr Call 4*. _ ___ _ I loge and if from aU our listingswe worth bu I.. close in. See H. E. APARTMENT nits. Recently re- lit 1. RobID_. pboa 2473ON :. -"I" .

r I *.. f 51114.5. 554 .P45S I i Mas alow. la daairaaU M*. rAc..ITAWD. t rom house cheap. cannot show you a home fit Wheeler. Harold Shepherd Realty decorated. New furniture. Good we.n .55 .

fMtt Ikida. fi* r I ti 1 ..f street. Metr trhool, Owner, 3a4 rid rangean your needs that home I . forasic. Co. 20 E Washintton St. Phone proposition for retired couple. Close ..- 5-

- C. MM .':CM**. fr *. K. ,I Only (1100 with n rdJ..t, ___ _ 5124 or 2-2629. to stores. Priced (12.500 this r i ONE of the bolet 'vtreeto. a* : ..-. ..f

.. Mto 5s ttJOO. . term. KIM EMt SO 8. located on erty will net than 10v tm townIn a serttoa where .rwa4vl
*atifla TlMi-Wr thnttll. Br*. I I Church._ (415 "Opea Soils.* fj. "* 0.nl---"o. rooms and i[ 511. Lake County Property : 54. Lots for Sale vestment. t 2(19 E. Park : e. increase rapidly witS IMcity's 55 0455 =

*' 3. 1 Caarsrd: Dust 4473. I I SOUTHEAST-Jast out *ily cUselt AIM IO. bo. with 3 1inlm...(F.. growth A locsttoa t*.t ya 481 4

"1'-lWflO-3 51dr.o. bl M. block from bed p555. *M .*'**Ifl . Ideal HIGHWAY FRONTAGE-Around I.-. AMELIA AVE.. 1600 block east 2 find hard U dup1krt m Or- *t ;.
I 504. MB. 4145 ri 4. kltrhca. j i i block buntttow fursiahad.PUre I *>*rtwsat or offle.... businessaael i 500 ft. on Road 441 north of "adjoining tots 50x128. Telephone Ant I The opportwany thai maay *f

II f ift a ". ". tM>H uirMSM !I I 1 ".UO. tl.too cash will RaMI. $' (3)a Sill handle. P. A. A I Leesburt. and 4 acres east of Lees- 8643. _ _ _ _ _ _ come yon this property. 2 yon have been looking far 'Los. .fI'
-4- "BusterCarter. "lJcmersoa .. burg with 500 ft. on highway. Both b.Y I I over" N. phone taaa ttclusive -
|*rw K. 1. lox.fl3M5' i PhM A. T !iu., )1 W, .a'lta ADAIR lot one upper I one to talk It 4ac'
n *. ****** n>M* I and Carter Realtors, 10 X. I 1fM 1..I'f_ -- tract close an L Bateman. R.atr.pho. block SCON-Ada. AU Improvements rent .patmpnu one 'Or lwe. (170 10 Prescott V Steele ... ales :

C"rl 11464 14 t. M, T*. bedroom home 14. LsbUr. f. I .1000. O.r 10 other ,come a month .nc a home. Price I 45 West Central Ave..- ;

b.. 'ra_ .. :1 r***> t* _.* '. Oabel Clte!, LAKE 'HOME-Nice. with 2 1 lou la U acol priced to aU Buy 1265. terms desired. FinnS LARGE.ROOMY 2-tory b
r-t" M fM frot.i. I! Un C* *.Und 8. Pl plenty of fruit and Dan where up. Development ,. 507 Metcalf Building; phone 2-car (.... PnsM cad .
.s I* kttebtf .mEpo a tood buy took I UU0U.I I _ ____ Price 10.5. Lee Realtor Company. 19 Rutland 2-1710 shade. One block Lake SM t ..

5.s ** *. toM WI *M. I\OftI IO Ibl ro. horn* to M sold FURNISHED: TIUNCULOW-jus B. | :._phn! ._Leesburt. Fla BuHding Phone 83834073.ADAIR APARTMENT BUILDING modern. blocks to Ft Office OPA rettea ::

sad .' Oalr M04 WItS **M either 'urlf ar safursishod.Loris I Pass Creek At. Newly < 160 ACRES-About 3 miles north of I i I self contained units. Attractivelyarranced (2.100: year Price (I25OO. IsaastM 10

;'55111rr.4 BMTT. Broker. S1Ir Irontac laundry Inside and MI. S room d..W .. *. Near bard road A'Do SEON-B.utu IIfo1 Completely tur\ Henry._Broiler._S W Charcb 8t ISIS a.t. 5'5.
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Uba. Dnfgraiihed .(7,600. See Mr. sleceiM parches, front back to . will do for ..I..1 i' Lake Adair. Lane trees. Buy 1 Tiled baths with showers. L". HOME AND !j"i88u.ioe m*>
= &51.a .- Martin with O. P. Realtor' M poreS screened In. Lot lit1 front. this year. Price only (12 ar. this for a bomesite or Investment. ncr lot. close in Priced annually from Auto Shop (M aat en

55551 .. .wbtt ttto floor East Pine; phone $ r' 34' ... Urge front town. 32 citrus L B.tm.1 Phone 34. Leesburg, I (2700 00. Orlando Dnlopm..t Co..I to yield 20>.. s 418 Broadway. ply business do** t* bvHwM e4Mr

MMto MM Cto tK**.. At t.*. loaded with fruit. 2 blocks F.. 19 Rutland Bad.. Pbl 4073- I CLOSE IN .300 ft. fronting O main large tot and six roan .M M**> I
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; I M***. t_. ftowi*. ..|y fureUhM SOUTHEAST SECTION-!,.. 3 b Bus *.*rv hour in front. Overlooking business property /arm _pr.I' BT ST 3 nice lot. suitable for large restaurant flight i I i ta _II. lame Mar Mr***
L ul IIIM Trv* C.U Lr* *.be to* tll home Cryttsl Lake Price (11.000. choice troves or Insurance See near .Lna.o.. Suitable I or what have you? Priced to ,I.the total price salt tlS OOO. 9' me i I II Ii

E I Cl.*fr4 .*k .*k4. L. Prm*. Esttf ra. S Bore*. Quick .ul. V. C Wilson, ry X. Morse I Co.. Real Estate andInsurance drug store or good grocery. Ph cub. good terms Rouser Realty i I IChurch I 51 once Sam A. ffsa.I : ,. ,j"--.I
I tM B. OrMi -" I Broker 1 Main; 110. ..ne. of hstl. F.. 2-8031. and Main: 2-34J i i i I 409 S Orange Ave Phone 3


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,t v_ .. -a- (4ptttMtIP* 13. Mortgage Loans 68. Sales "help Wanted i 74. Aatos-Traiiers Wanted I 7S. ft Died Can for Salt I 7$. TnUe-Trrk for Sale I &imag tntLntI-&tar

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HERE! W.nUMln to Start i I SPOT CASH PAID for your seed car. DODGE 1(4* 10.000 miles. I
MtO I4MO-8h rt or lent term LOOK FORD-1(41 I-door I pick-up. ORLANDO. FLORIDA I
..........,...... .... ...,'.,t t. rMBpiet 111.000 Uktrtrw home. in business on oar ctpiUL Sell j See J. C. MrKelttr. 'Your Ptrktrd J II betlt'cadlloa.c. i i Worth (1900.: First (1500 takes it. -niit ,
,'I'Iii I ____, .....sd eteraat io* ... MeL Suvrn*. City BcaotUalOTM tome 200 farm-home products In I. Dealer." 342 N. Orange Avs. PboneS147. S. . N. Orange Av*. 'I See at 1047 w. Fairbanks Av*, Winter AUGUST 2'. PAGE t-
%... *_ ***** - 8.. _* ** arlf a.. SmUML *- localltie Thousands of ear dealers ;: I
; .* *... .- M #..su.4.b.4.. un imruTuxNT or HAPPI- now make evict sales, bi* pronu.' SELl. OR TRADE t Tour ear. Or- FORD-1(42 -6Tudr Super i iCUtn. t tXoton I SlIIya

MM. e.a...... t...... t* BUB A -*. Ow* y.r ._ horn. Let For particulars. writ RawleKh's. i i K.tnte Orange Bnlck Awe Co.Phone R. Den 5410 Root.after 530 I f Price, (1.095. .ii TRACTOR and Frac 7' Tr er-Trtk for Stl
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: ... ,.. ._ 180-192. MemphIs Tena. N. Mills: 2-2174. ,
SI.t as . $33. PInt r4rl SU>t. *n. LotaAil Dept. FAR p.m. call 4648. 5 ) haul Street. 1947 here .
.**.. S ****_ .*.J ttt*. U. .cUU.. .f OrUnda *ul>t '01L. t i FORD-1940 "85- Deluxe i Vaer.21 I 4 .zn TAD I Eoalsoped ,
; 5 *. *s> .s. Put 61M. ; TIM theIr t\tf.. M h. Pin *t $'. Employment Agencies j WILL PAY TJP to 8300 for ligbt car Good mecntnkany. '795. tdor.j I with Butane.n. lIIod.1 .., ,

.. CMrt ..'"'- WHU$ t-2. 6turI. from owner only. Give description.Box I Motors: 751 N. Mills: 2-2174. also ..1 .p. oadltply.
*** ***T *.'.. ; -- --- ..,. ..&2. BROWN'S PERSONNEL SERVICE: 609 B-Star. I HOUSE TRAILER-1944 R.L 25' daa. month to a*?.
ii iiI i:1t New paint outside; inside 3
.o. and Norses'. Retlstry. If yoa want FORD-1942 Deluxe tudor practically -
I AC fS sestN work com ta 515 W. Central. U you < I new motor, S1J95. HarleyWsdgworth. !' twning. Best offer ttkes. MeDontM. > J PDt Reed Tr.nt Sal.. Ml .. -.UII r_
.... ........ -..... ,.. 75. Used Can for Sale > Ortnst Blossom Trailer Ptrk. B T. a
-...-. 5SS ..... I $ Help \\'ankd-Female want help; nil 532$ 615 N. Ortnse. 197. : 'I

r.- W'i !'-w J1..!. Work WantedFemaleACCOUISTANTCorporatloa BANTAM-Convertible rotdtter. Motor : FORD-1946 Super DeLuxe Tudor |i HOUSE TRAILER-1948 25'. electric FIRST SHOWING of the 114$ Palae4
OOKKCCTER Iip.rUoc.d with 69. j t In good ihtpe. 124$. F. C.Beardsley. I dtn. Want to trade for H or brake furnished or Trailer. The first and only poeVwr
..... .... ......... lDUI.d trailer of It* kind oa tho aitrket. .
5S4 fsflpSt. ......... *t *h rUiad. Good *i>- Lincoln Apt* winter Park. ton truck. Call 7784 after 6 p.m. W.lll. Palms TrUc +
r- '" .. ...,...., lr *i_ lorl mldtnt. and Ux | Compl metal body throvthoat -
.; : experience desires responsible potltion. BUICK-1937! Convertible sedan. Radio FORD-'1946 6" Super 1.lu. Tv BOUSE TRAILER-1C hear corn. I with PrUtdalr -
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Pr.4.at .-it. BI 503 8-6t&r.Bint
Orlando -vicinity.. College I heater ....toP. car like new. dor. Completely Ctt pletely furnished. Good condition. *. Bultne see nm loosed oartytten. I! .
.....$4S 11 .... ... ..., .. CUUXJM: and floor *lrlMvt frtdutte. Phone 40M. 8599. K and W Motors cor. Garland Wt'll Motors. '5 N. : (550 cash for quick itle. Ph hi, I! m otht featsese = .

s.. S4- ..... ts,.-. -.si k* ...r St ,tr.. of "t. BIB t and Amelia phone 2-0529. Ttrtres.ROUSE I never pl used la a .ran> .. 'f .. _: : _
.. .- -. .... CkB..... 4W W. C.ntrL.KIAUTICUN COMPANION-And 11.hhounkt.p.- DODGE-1942 Custom sedan clean EasY term arrnted. Reed ,
....... he L .....- tnt. practical nan. Writ Boa BUICK-1941 S.d.'D.. 4 door. ; SI.295. Wads-, TRAU.IP-Ctreamllne. 27 I Trailer 201 N. Urinal Biooom :
t = -bnlor cpentor IPcMttxia *- J07 58ar.CLERK Very clean. Jim Cumbl Cars 904 throllihot. 615 Orange; Barlt I; Fully equipped, awning. Bargain n B.la
!. .u trpvi SI b "tyrvltir Ute potitiea K. Orans; 2-4521. 151. quick sale. inquire Room 12. 23.w. I TU. -
I f' L.. *: Dkktoo-lTf hash 8100.iwr TYPIST would DODGES 1939 Wor aedan and j Chinch St. I t 'f7I.
I *I 4 CS,1 with established trm. Call I B.urrUI-11I40 S passenger convertible 1940 4-door Open Sunday i .
Ss a4 S..SI ....SS ... 4 13C rtwM 334.; J-1930. : new top; new staLeovers.New . J. S. C. Motors.. 850 N. Orsns Ave. j MOTORCYcLE-Barley Davidson 42! -

t1J .0 4.f C.uHllA-hr AII P. Super M. COUPE 1LST. experienced bookkeeperwith I rebuilt motor 375. Ph. 8291. tedtn. ExcelI) 45; la good condition ban I INDUSTRIAL FENCES : =

.....t fIJI-" .......... ...... ....... IM MoM Mlrr k.*U Sip.nWared.Urt. 8 Us.Ss 4.< ttenotrtphie experience would BUICK-1942 Sedanett Sea It tody.Buick. . DDE141r special price ; tire and motor. I'l 2-421. 1700 61'' '

f'r ... .. 1'.. ... _a. .u..... .n.5.CV __tit sad ...1..e* Ilk. permanent potittoa In DtytonaBetch. 1941 toper 4-door .dn- Try i 895. JL;: ; Cleaa can and a I Division. Sold and Installed 04EL0%
. clean Jernigan Used
t.et,, ...... t.ttn Writ Box 479 8-8ttr. I It out. I -; r PLAIT TBAILIR-31 ft.; brick porch I I

...... WtUt .8141 ,... ue POV1fTAIX IInP-Wtn *xp. 1fDe4.O HOUSEKEEPER mU! family. Clean care. and a clean 4L JIm 600 W. j' with tile floor. Fully fune IMMEDIATE DELIVERY

...... ... ... 1ssss.PI4SWS .4 >*,. shaft 04OnL Apply. Or- ContenlaL cooS references. 1400 Jernlsan. Died Car. 600 W. Central GRAHAM-1835 tudor. 1946' Br .1.P" lm.lIl.te .f .
= .u4V 5.5S rkr**cy. 1124 ftut ColaalalOr list Church St. I Ave.BVICXSAi i cycler Both 8150. CecO Bunt 14 O'Ro.rl.. lot ft. Carolina i I

r : _*_ *...*... Me ., Oriaaow well .* other mike Ohio St., off Winter Gall. j "OD Pat. Orlando. __ I Contact !I 4
IIOUIIJtIKna-PuaU .t 5. tata4 HOTEL CATERING NIC election. Orange Buick Co.. I HUDSON-1941 750-Ib. 'M _
TRAILER til steel.
'7.t.fl. ..*.... 44tOJ : I, .* c.r. *f elderly ._.a. Hot perienced cteress.. Best! ,.f..lIu..1 H. Dean Ross. 530 N. Orante Av*. I Radio and heater. :C 'I II capacltv. .hfl Price 879.50. now G. '

,-,.. ... s... ',, I. tm M.B_ <>*- to* -8Ur. Box 512 8-Sttr. i Phone 5410: after 8pm. call 4646. I 8950. D..I. II i' $59 $0. Sears Roebuck fc Co.. 11. MAT REEV _

+ .. ..,.4... M.. It .... laSIsi MAIIAEAPARTUZNT HOC8ICM LAtTNDRY WORK DONS ) BUICK-1940 Super convertible HUDSON-1938 four door ..d...' TRUCK 1935 Internationalton.. &CO. i .M. 5s'W
**** .**. 8f.*** etvt M U SO ,tr*. M* children. prompt re..ontbl. 337 W. I coupe very clean; 8U9S. Harley I Radio clean 15 good tire*. $'5'1 j -mechanical Good .
a.*. ,.,.....tf spsrtns.it frt. Hu. ,I Wtd.worth. IllS N. Once: 8597. 439 W. Colonial Dr. Ph. 6302. I 0.. .ldlt.. : 423 S. Orange 2-440ft s
City
I Pe4. .. It 1.W.kSM& b... Bun !>... lull Urn Jo. tlM- MIDDLZ AGED LADY-Nice cJ1a'IOD. lfllt.1 I sedan. II i C Ph '
BUICK-1942 Super tedanette; oriel- Commoor Ph. 4178.
.kr | .. . WrIts Bo 430 available 5 or 6 hours. a HUSN-Iln Ge. Rd.
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I 1-4(5,. car for tied or Invtlid. Will nil' blank finish. Clttfi throughout worth. 615 N.. 1.9.*: 8597. W.c i TRAILERS-New and al Aern I II 3
light mela. Excellent driver.' Inquire ,,,11.630. Harley Wadsworth. 651 N. New Premier. 81495 ( .
I .Vl104. B.pnmtnt. fist .8tf( : 8597. I I : Id Ae, 'f'
Orante HUDSON-1946 Super Six 4 door. cessories. Colemsn and .1
......, ....n- IITM T'M ... ... plus full 212$ 8. DeUney.PERSONAL BUICK-1941 Super sedan, original Beautiful two ton with whit tires. >II dollies awningg.Pr.Wa : .

j .*lMMr*. Ovutd UTtni .Ilowr MAID-or child1 Dane black finish. One owner; $1.592.Harley I I Jim Cumbl Car. 904 N. Orange; i ii gas. P.r &, etc. Anknry ItU. I LOANS LOANS LOANS .
I *.* 44k t ..*. I **. M4r ..r.* hm and hw- deities _llIoD. Whit.. 25. Live-In. I I i 2-4521. .
I Wadsworth. 619 N. Orange; N Orange Blossom .
Rgferentet Box 510 5-Stir. Slp Tr.1
.,_ : $1.1. ty BitttBr* Cltr Hopltl -
: '* .SI4 7.l( *. 4M4 I....,. Ar*.. ATTENTION EXCLUSIVE SHOPS i 8597. i JEEP-1942 'Ford; 'good shape. W Itrade i TAIRnJ newly new. Nice PhoneS I : .
I I for 39 or 40 and Borrow By
BUICK-1947 Headmaster sedsn coap Harl -
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I r.Sj. i 8alesldy. fashion ahop experience driven 3.400 miles. Harley d1tr.DC. See at 301 1.IIIPL- y Wadsworth. 619 N. 1.8597. .
s SSISI BCCMtTAkT With rl desire Orlando connection. Commislon *- W.llaI I .
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nprt M__. fO. 10> III. bttls. Writ Box 478 8-Star. 1 System. CALL STOP .
BOOKUEPER--: = CHEVROLET-1934 2-door run LINCOLN ZEPHYR.-.l941 sedan; excellent hive 3 sites display. most lrsmE
I Ip p .......,. UW1MAcli3K1OP1flA1OR3ts045. = I EXPERIENCED ood. look good: 1311$. Harley I condition: 814)95. Harley for a tb. T. THE SAME HOUR FOBTHE { .
...*. work. good Stenographer want Immediateposition rt lo. 8 .YO1' =
.. I. Or.-.. i... y Wtdtworth. 615 N. Orante; 597. I Wtdtwerth. 619 N. Orn. ; $5i7.LXNCOI.N I I .
Uv *.,. S vctk. B trt. with win establIshed O.n.Blom .
: I CS> >* iporUU f1rm.1 .
*.. aUl .rr* dlDi.. Com Call Mrs.. Hendrix. Phone 8811. CHEVROLET lit 1 deluxe tudor' I ZEPHYR 111. Motor !I tt Amelia.ZrMMKR. CHI JSO t POofut'Oet .
r.*.4y .. ..rk. BBBTUW Bla coring; excellent condition: *l.- 'I onhaul.c. a15. S.1l Station !I 1946. 27 ft. Tandem : ': I
.....: Pi.*.. CMlkrrT. Pi*. I 70. Work Wanted-Male I 25O. Harley Wtdsworth 615 N. Or- 263. j I wheel electric b"be butane tt*. cub akk1y oa lees !* . !
Wi. sued; 1$117.CADILLAC. MERCURY 2-door touring; Sleep 4; New at 81995." !
!II-. sells .... ..... .... 'CCarTAMT *M rc.pUonlit for BARTENDER-Excellent: mixer lob..rI I 1946 4-door edn.Hydramttic. new motor. )Ill. tires; I Inquire dUy. Oranes.lS1'IClI4&D8ONLate . zui. Auto or Parnttvro. C tdy =
Norh
...... Uk .o..nl I I 103 .
-.. w, .. &iw..... Uk rtMT. Mutt and reliable. Go anywher. Satinysecondsri. : whit tire*. music and (15. Harley W.dl..rth $ ).I. 1t46. like I I II -
.04,1454 **4 M a io 4 typIst.P04. ; "
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- .. Box 492 8-SUr. air conditioning. The finest in luxury "11. M17. new. 3 electric butane. -
JI4JI.TKMOORAPKn I llrt"
_ __ ___ rl GFC LOAN COMPANY
..* COLORED MAN-Chtuffeur. houseman transportation., Sell trade or MOTORZTIt-1940. Best offer take i awnlnc. Bargain with or with 4-
-Prrmtnrot IIO&iIuea. or cook. David Williams. Bids. finance. Wykygyl Motors 751 It. Telephone i i out 1937 Megahan. LittleVlllate. '
: I Pit **4 a hU dr vctk. P. j 7. Apt. 3. Carver Court. I Mills: 3.3174.CRIVROLIT1941. 111"1 MOTORCYCLE 2-441. Indian '74-. S.C.nol.t_Ornn Blossom Tra'.L! I 1 Eut Robinson "'TM I| .

O *. atM _ _ _ _ _I 14 S -
t ENGINEER Recent Deluxe trade .for 1: lfl .
W.iia.: : CHEMICAL or (200 a house trailer
: J1'd Tpp' .b.l. eel ba I Ii
nPUT-a..n. I DW
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.. naa1r 1 to S .
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Irtdutte of. U. NoIre Dame. Do- I sedtn. Very cleta. mechanically. ol . L. Stephens, ;; Plt Large selection
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C FIrs *. a rk, Pcrmaoentai I air. permanent location la or Two to choose from. Jim Avondal Pt. 1-83. i of new to choose
i ., ....--. 441 "'t.,. around Orlando. Trtlnint. but no ', Cumbl Cars 90t N. Orange; Ph. ,,12 UERCURY convertible I from. Up to ae 'rUt. to pay. Why i

re. WHITB UTODU Ad ID WOMAN I I experienc in: tlr-conditionlnt 2-4521. ; -14. 'Prll. I less I pay rent? Freak Reed Tie Sales
v.I, I Ssit eSfe *a4 boUL Tk BUUT tntlytls.! ehemletls. drtftlnt. electricity I CHRYSLER 1946 Windsor. doo thin 500 mile 1 qupl., 904 201 N. Orange $

...j .......... eel s.sn.ISw. B BMUr1mai ..... Apply& HUh I, oils typtnf. etc. Navy officer I Like new. ta very ,.aPtc& Jim N. Orange Ave. Phone 24521. BRAND NEW repossessed $
... ......... CA PHSL ,...41, paelUoL I veteran. Mr. McNtmtrt, ph. Cumbl Cars 904 N. Ph. :- 2-door truck at cost. Aata TODAY
NASH 1(36 sedan. .
...... ...S P... 1W P1 t.U W8fTLtSU.' nr' *lrU sad short I 2-2138. I 2-4521. condition.- 8295. K and W Er 56117 50. regular tractor. 8531246.Detailed .
0 ... S.. P,...v Wi I i 041.t -5.4. n.*.rt.| OrtlU Winttrrta MAN with Ford pick-up for delivery. CHEVROLET-1939 2-41or sedan.> f cor. Garland and Amelia.. phon I. specifIcsMons upon request. 5. a-. I

= osni... _ _ I Permanent or steady. Phone 917S repairs. WIll sell for 8375. I 2521.OLWBIIM. Write or wire a P C. Corporation '
=1f.r .. I.m-KroDLaAOm I Sur.dtT. I NH Ph. I Orladohone, 24594. i iI
UADT-T Reflllaetd. 103. 70" 4-doot AND 5.,, .
soI I
511 In hUMS) .f restlllrant.1 RETAIL PURNITURJ-Maa: mny Special I condition I j
CHEROL-IH1 41.111.
; I I 1 ptMWX -0431._. ____ years experience in both retail by and I 8. C. Motors, 550 N. Orange Av.. I'
" W08I4iSO'(" CAPrmttA WoUr and wholealt. desires connection *s I cellent condlUon M be seen between : Open Sundays.OLDBMOBILI1940.. I S. ;
...... .4. StUe.UVS .Bl tidies for cite- tore manager on salary or salary 1 I W. Harvard. New motor, SEE THE NEW 1947

b..3 ...eWS ...... Sed twt IralBtM. huh.. school tdaetlonr .I food and profit character ibarlni with basis.excellent Man refer-of CHEVROLET-1942 Fleetlint Au j good rubber rtdio and better. I: SUN 27 FOOT TANDEMTRAILER$2,295. "'OMOROW !
*.....roc.4\ *ftioB*. batpUallsu sedan. On low ., Excellent over ill I it4
., .. Address Box 488 .-.St.r.I o.ne.
I coves
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Apply
.rIrOW'a tur ac for imoloTe Wjkygyl Motors. N. 2- May be seen .
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H,._h...,._C_ VET-24. Carpenter, house boats orall 2174. ) j at 10 E. K.1ty.PLYWOU cndUon.1'1' t
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.... ....,...... I around fisherman. Experleneed. [ .
.. .....,. WArrttV-Whlu vomra brtveen 30 sports
p. .. .o anywhere. Bo 5H 8-Star. CEL-11I31 tudor sedan. Also Travel Bonn 1M7 Foot
B4 40 I. inilS for' pftry cook. 1
Good condition. Better betutiful blue Our used car stock '
M.*l*. pM .wlUoll *.. .lck In.. $ EXPERIENCED-younc man desires 8750. Owner 1490 Grand Av*. I'I finish. See to appreciate. Jim Cumbi i Tr.ne _.- 11.5 dan.f'

,. if..,_. . ..;;r.-r_ lH Men.* rBro.....f c-.f..ft1a.'rott>*4. Apply meaner J position as man mtnaier.la service attendant*t tloa.orlubrlcttlon COL-I'7 Convertibl Own a ,, Cars. 904 1 Orange, 2-4531._ i Trade and Terms daily and listed to !
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a car ,
tl ... IWss ..... .111 ... at less than (1.200. PLYMOUTH-1934 4-door sedan; ,
. ..%.. .. ... La .....3SC4 I'08lT1OtiII.t py food an. plen- P. O. Box 1255.EX."ARIN. Jim Cnmbii C.n 904 N. Orll I I good condition. 1938 Studebaker 4- I
l .5. s5Is SI D'. ural lor k.*.ticln*. Lit 5S rich OFFICER: Grtdottln.* 2-4521. door sedan good condition. 701 ft.Ptrrtmore I ROE TRAILER SA: seW Ifr- -
... PtorM B>t.tr Cotlei. JatksonU1 of Aug. 30 do- morrow may .
p Georfla
.TJnivenlty
b
IW.4 CI "' ... "'WI CHEVROLET-1942 2-door. This will : ctll 9359 2341. I off Tb
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ISI..ASCl.. ... CS. ... *. Ptortd. lire sales or organizational workaround mete yon .- family car I PONTIAC-Six. 1941. iondoor. I 11 i
O,4I ...,..., a..a... Central Florida. Available for condition an around..c Cites G I p Cn b* seen the day. [
._ = e. IS. Help>. Wanted-Male Interview around Sept. 1. Reply- to I' C.r. Garland at Colonial: 2-08(1. I .01.laD.. I and 1. (19 b..D Yenrare. I

aU, ..;.... i...... "...- Box 497 8-Sttr. t'I CHEVROLET-1936 2-door. 1* ._
t ... S 54. .SS4 ..-. PVW. AtrroMOBax UIC1AN10.-FoI Sew 1 T. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY .1 -5
the best bur In Orlando Pl.YMOUTH-1942 Special Deluxe 4 I :
deilenship.l PUt rt. toad 71. Airplane Sales and Service .
CS r
.. ... 0.. ..- M $. W Pl&' .. ..r.iB*.; ..n *. fIrst d... Box 499 tl Cato's Used Cars. Garland at Colontal door tedtn. Jim IPONC We suggest that you visit .-

f ..t MA.I .. _..... ... B-.'.f.tl ( TWIN ENGINE: TaUnts en Grumman t : 2-0881. I N. Oranse Ave. J'hnne m5ft- MILL ; '. - :
... ....... 0CC .15 ....., -
S A 11.11311: ... .n.U..tor-p.n Widgeon; land. sea and Instrument ft cREVROLET-1941 Just i i 1941 .55 .
po." jMtkIoRwAT *<.. OB ,.* "'II. for NttooslAAKWUB Veterans training. Orlando Aviation. fin car. See U :you u: Excellent mechanical condiJ J, ICECREAM : us today for you may f4 :
..... ....-. N &A'" Plr. hivIng branch laMM I(Country Club. Ph. Winter Perk 863.VETERAN'S Ctto't Vied Cern at lion. Jim Cumbl Cite 8 N. Orange 0
I-,.. .... .AIISCS'S S..... 104 ail; fir* ran deltUi nftrdlnc PLIGHT TRAININGSingle slat: 2-0881. Av*. Phone 24521.PLYWOUII3. j AND I the that otherwise !

-I.... "'" .. .. ... ***. *spfn.r* tad pr i.nt occu- and multl-enrlne rating i CHtVROL- 1947 Sedanette. j with large. pick-up j I car m 56 -: .. . .
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.4. I ..IM*. Address log 4S1 8-Str. t Job training for mechanIcs ratine.I (2.295. Open I tires. 2 new. I CUSTARD" '
t : .. ........ ....5.4 ....11."II Cal Ryan field. Apopk Pla. [ I. .c.ure. .. 550 N. OT.C 8Udan. j $250 cash.h..l.. a Ave. East of b listed tomorrow. - a.
V.* .Ie.iI 1134
Knhl Ave. Ice
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CAitpnrrnts WAmrPir clan.Vwklac 2-door. Recondl-\
Pant
... .$1 .-5..W..& .- '* *..*. *bl* to read \\7%. Antos-1 racks for Rent j jI I CL-I4 cieia. Will trade i iRepetsetsed. PLYMOUTH-1935 Sedan. Look and Free Installation and ..n I '56 I- .I,

.... ., --- -... S .. ... bteepnat **4 hndl 11II... Also *.11sr.snd 1903 E. Jeffenen. | drive nice. Good tire*. Radio 225. : -
t ..e1 W ,a..r ........ crpBUr Apply J67 W. Wttbowa D. VARNER O-DJUVB-IT-Drlft 6 East Spruce.
f tf I-. .. ........ 704I Aft. Winter Frk. I yourself; low rate by mil or "I' CHVROL. 1947 convertible. SUNSHINE SALES CO. You may be a day a ) -- .. .
E ..... ... D. Tanner U-Drtve-IU Inc, 234 I IChevrolet PLYMOUTII-1941 Special deluxe-- Nl ,
1947 club like i door motors driven let than '. '
; new 0I'
Central Ave. Peon 2-3153.: 5
P
....$... ...U.u'w J. i CAIU'DTmS-CoDcrtte block men.Bt4y I new. 5.000 mile: ( Harley XxehulT St.t Distributor I ---
5.04 = 41 v.srPM ..,11. C.n Henry B'nk I I HERTZ DKTV-CR-BELP SYSTEM Chevrolet 1941 club coupe, nice worth 615 N. 1.11. 8597. W.d -
5.4..S. IASI. Wister Prk 47JW. Marry Lo and I Trucks and pssenter cars for rent l' Sod clean.Chevrolet 40$ Hampton Street I. ",.
____ - .5. ...II L.atod Dr. by hour day or week. Low rates. 37} 4-door. extra nice i PLYMOUTH-1940 Coop la excet-
D. VARNER
= ::: = I 114 lent K and W Motor -
thOM 1)1. Orange phone> 2-4064. See this j cODdltlO. 11. P. O. J2811 T.m.*. Florid In . ..
DRJYEIUWAIIoM.hO ,1 cor. phone -
'. Am.l.
S Ce.- JIM CUUBl -U-DRIVX-IT ears and a clean drtL Jim -'
.... .SS 44. ...srh" .r* tJkoroachly fmlllr with Or- model tr and truck By day. CUD Used Car. 600 W. Cea- 20529.
.. AVE.
11. win W. CENTRAL
234 -
.........-- ... ..5.w Mr. H.ttrreu..U. City Call*n Ufy.Co. Apply to week or month. Competitive late tral Av*. | PLYMOUTH-1941 4-door edn. A !I.w -. -j
... 904 N. Orange: dial 2-4521. I car at the right prire. Jim
'II M. CeI.4lW I CHEVROLET-1947 Convertible coupe. 114 '
1 KNOINUR Elertrlcal, or m ch nieL N. Grant AY PHONE 2-3153
Cart. 904 *
.... ...... .
. -- or trd tchool crdut .- OLIN'S U-DRlVE IT INC.-New cantor Radio beautiful maroon finish. like I Phone - '. -
\;., --: 5. pSA4S Sf. U. :.o. tmt4 IB future with BuilneuMiehln rent by day week or month 11 11I hew in every rnP Jim Cornice 2-4521 WEE-E SPEC :I
: ., 5..5.s V .. Ort BiiUoa. State edacaUoa. I, No red UP. X location JU N. Car. 004 N. Av*. Phone PY0U-U3 4-door tedaa. lees : .- S mt..os -
___ ........... ..._ 4555p.I i emptorment record tnd fullportlraltrfWrttvBox !I Orang. Ph. 2-4814. and 142 2-4521. j excellent con j I I.
.... ... 5.4 ...... eel .1- 487 R-SUr. I! Garland. Ph. 24347.i CHEVROLET-1947 8tylemter J'' dition. 8695. K and W Motor rnr. : BUS .. _
Garland and Amell phono 2-0539. .
'iIi - 1.I. $5Af5S. ApSW I R.I door ..d... 4.000 actual i .
*. -.... .. 5.4 Tel us ..aI p.5 i 73. Auto Service Olin's Used Cars 142 N. PONTIAC U37 2-door sidtn. Rtdlo" .. S -
.... ...... .ew.. ..,.., ..In Phone 2434.CHEVROL. O.daDd bete excellent condition 8999. K '' I94A BUICK Super 4 D Sexfan. j ... '
..... PUMP MECHANIC: -PnHy experlBr4 BRAKE JOBS and wheel Motors Garland and Very tine condition at .
-- .5C0 lIes est AUTO cor. ralDabl.
.. -.4 D'SfW34 a.4 U let tnd turbine pampc !I alignment.; ; 1-day service. Wheel :I 1935 W. P. In after coed Amelia phone 20529. ';price. SAV ''J_* U. ...
.. *tdy work. Llbby and Freemen 711 watt. C. A. condlllo' St SS
... I .50.04S4 CSs 1 balanced while'; you I Ex- I
.... .sI SSI04 5511.4 ,.... W. Cboreh.TXtL Prang & Sons. 1010 W. Church. pm. PLYMOU-117 2-o 8595. Ial. W I r.-- "

t.-.* $1 W CS4SCSI t BOOT AND n.NDER repairing and i CIfEVROLET-1941 Muter Deluxe 2 Motort. 'ODdltID.. and 1918 DODGE Coupe. Paint and I $100 TO $300 .
f"i.I\a Oal.ad A.an. .
j door Radio very .
Osl.. .. P *. 1 PABRICATORS-Exptrlcneed. painting. Ettimate gladly tivea i clean. .Ba1L.. I. S. C. Motors.bttu.550 N. phone 2-4 20.PONACIU8. motor in excellent IIdJmn Low .- ..

CItrus mechinen?. Mitt be .11- SatIsfaction gutranteed. D. Terser Or n** Ave. Open 8und.T*. Club COUP RadIo, I price fo lbs car. I S i
If iiiji; L.nie.SIo 1; 234 W. Central Ave. Pbone 2-3153. I K I .. .
burn weld and -
Sre.od. Urout. aslemble. cansx-za-iots. sad co.dlto. 1815. 'a
t
.. ., ..noaAL RAW& hIt.1I- only .u lUled need apply.Amertcka AUTOMOTIVE OEBVIC1 experienced -I I try convertible D : m r:W Motors .or. .. 1939 FORD 4 door ..._
1949 FORD Convertible.Uke
... .... .CS4S5. ...... Ce.0.41 .. Machinery Corp. I mile mechnlc prompt service ly equipped ; phone 2032e.PONTIAClaS Sportsman sean .
-. .... WSS. ha!_ aorta .. H.,.. 441. Mr. Hendrickt.ALESMAN .__ I cood. stock ptru. accessories. and I Sen. trad or fn.nr.. Wrkygyl I -." Station Waton. -i le. and excellent buy ntoday's I .S .- I
234 W. COn.trait sedan
IiI' Uie D. Varner. Inc. N. In 1939 FORD 2 door
Motors. Very every
'\ 4.-at .5404 .S5.4 .5RL 1.5. -tzperienctd in wn- 23153. I- 751 2.21. | 1. Dn. Ut I. I I "ekel
,,_ W.5s. PMA _ retpect. Cars. 904 N i iOrante I s - .
1 l lpe. log Sod venettta blind work. AIM.ecltltty CHEVROLET-1941 Deluxe 4 I IPLYMOUII" f
:.- *4 ... .5--I' de.135.d Hn. Ph. 24)963) for *PWHITK AUTO FLOOR MATS-High luallty. 1 door a.daa.If...Sla excellent ; 24521. I 1940 FORD 2 door sedan i
... ... ... felt back to fit Lost cars. 1369 P.ID& IM1 FORD V- Excellent'1I .
0 .. . . 4 n- a. .u..t. roddltlon. Jim 904 N. 4-door sedan real Cp. .-
I.5.cCb. Lw .......... Oe.s TRUCK DRIVER-Prelerblywnh and BP. Goodyear Eemcs. 300 N. Or- I, Orange Ave. Phone 24521.rLI96 .. DIU. radIo. Clean car I I pllt food t t i iSAAR ; 1939 deer
.. .! .DII Ave. Phone 4113. and clean deaL Jim Jemlgan Used <, OLSMOBIL S.
I' : ____ I Pipe T.IT* fItting expeniruct.lUst r a ...
I b* aiirlred. sober and itront.OIT BRAKES REPAIRED-W* supply .U ftD'I'Car 600 W. Central Ave. ,, i .

nut 1.b4.s ... 34. IHa ii.. experienc your auto needs; also tires gas Used 242 N. Orange Av*. Phone PYMOU- 1940 2-door i; i uJ1 If _

.. p5.4 ...!eoNA ..... CCfl 8<*.dy Job for right nftr.DC"'j and OIL DIxIe Bale A Service W. I C.r.. to.u Central Fortd.4. j I MOTORS, INC. 1941 BUICK Special 1 4 __ r S0 -
*.. .... .... 1M 1.5. Ie ,. -al"'. South at Boone St. Meters and : .
i Deluxe .Ia
104. I.. ... S n-,...... 1)4 WA"MTm-Yoaal to act ss SPRINGS for all can and trucks. CHEVROLET 4 door sedan.- 1941 Like 6Pa. Central 2.2424.PONflACle47. Til )Orange Dial 2.4 j door sedan *
1 p5.. ,.. 0s4 II-Ppa..tS 1204NC. aro.uPaderJ1rh. : Complete spring lervlce. Raymond .
I ( Wcoa
Mle Bnter for : Florida Motors W. Jefferson StPnop -
P4.. 1.4 .-.._.. IS n packt 2 cart: per day. Mast 1 Auto Pan Co. Telephone 23434. 2-242' 10 with *U the ."t,St.lo milenmsssoo Ii 1941 Special Se- '- '
-. .. L. l
f : p., . .-...-. . but fresh contacts with rO-B. buy- SEAT COVERS-Quality material. ace. takes M. i BUCK --
A
CHEVROLET-1(38 2-door T/
R 404 504 )'IS.a 3334p. en. of cr-lod! eitrut. This U for coupe and sedn S8.85 and .edan Plummet: Ph. M-1564. VIa.STUDIBAKIR1947 .
Central
t-PSP.5'S 41 I IA.e. I I nice ear. Moto. danete
b- .: :: V-h.I. ut$1 : real opportunity for debt mtn. up. Goodyetr Service. 300 N. Orange' too W. Jefferson St.Forid. 2-2424 4-door sedan 61.S ..
la profit above I
prtioipUon Phone 4113.
with
Chimplon Kef*L A low mlle- 1937 4 deer
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04pS5l4 II .5t1a.'S ood wlarr. Could be a life-time conBftU.B. 1 CHEVROLET-1941 Deluxe 2doortourine nc CHEVOLE . -
dean tar detL su
WE PAY MORE
le. I' SS4bS SeC So1Sr.J '. 496 S-Sttr. ; very clean; 11.19$. HarI .cr. I .
Writ Box ;
I 73-1. Auto PartsAccessoriesFRONT CarS 600 W.Central ,
..... .. ---- 5. ... I WtJiwerth. 615 N. _Orange: 8597. .r. 11. : .
.045 .1 ",.ta. TM PInt WANTED' experienced man to 010t - .
... .* cypret BUUinc operation. Must END REPAIR PARTS Bow CHRYSLER-1938 sedan. Week-end and PLYMOUTH S4ai
.... .4 on.aa I 11.04. STUDLBAICIR-1947 Chtmplea 2 1942
I f
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bars experience[ with cyprew. Locatloa !I i avallabl for almost any mtk of special: 8295. Barley W.dc.onl door sedan. Beautiful maroon fin j 61 S - .
Ip. sear Orl..llo. Doe not IBTOITOMwmUl tnto- C. A. Prance At Son*. 1010 W. 61S N. Orante: 8597. :

- .. 4SL'pt. SHI ___ ovaUftcatlon or locflnc referencrt.operation.. ett. State first i' Church. phone 8111.nREscoopero.80n. Air". Fall set CYSLE14.t.n.Windsor New"Hi.b> ish.Ave.0ID' *Used 2-414.C.. 242 N. Or.I'1 I SELL FOR LESS j 1942 FORD 5 pae*fer -- Se - .


-pe ............ ....... 1.sts- M .r. Reply Bo 4 4gttr.' :', SOOdl111 tabes. 884.93 Tax in- excellent condition. Cumbie C.r 8TDE8AKJRI4. new.Champion coupe ...
_...,. J. P. IXPJJupCib-CITRUa-nUTI': receiver -'eluded. Terms. Wyckoff Hdw* 2924 904 N. Ortn e Are. Phone 2-4521. O..rdm'
.e.. .. hNwe sad radio. Jim Cumbie Ca.. 1946 PLYMOUTH 1 : _
W5.Cl. 1145 MSIe.11 for BUM work. Writ W. B.Cltrk 8. KuhL I CHEVROLET 1937 edn. New Orante Ave.: Ph. 2-4521. 1. We desperate for GOOD _

f :=. V.5C $415.: Ptult Co.' Box 2120. .JacbonI 74Autos-Iratlers Wanted motor and in good mnninc o. STUDEBAKER-1938 USED a and will really ;: ness Coupe .- S 40

,.. .....=--u, .... .. ,, I I tllo. Pia. I i i :- I dition. Priced rlsbt. See CharlesHsrtihorn. ', Radio hester. Wor completely. CA overhead .
DOt
phone to
_.. .... ... .*..<.. OrM '- AUTOS WANTED-Win! pay highest Oak SAlpta or t.rb.uIM. condito.(595. pay le tem 1938 PONTIAC: pert - 0.
...... I PUf* n M' C.. 114 CL Sales Help Wanted I I I cash price Ion roar ctr. Olina Inc. I 2503. Motort. .. and U low s we can

i t %?** **. J8 $***. Hour Sell 142 N. Otrltnd. 2-4347 or 342 K.nge. DODGE 1941 business coupe for Amelia phone 2-0529. .Kive yeu more for your car. Coupe .- -
Sirs S2 I
SOTIWAPTID. sal trade for good
or
....-lllll i la--.I. u .108-. ._ houte Writ Boy ori 2-4814. I rCldfttl.11.. I ITERRAPLANE 193 convertible : shop
t UU for property. Car In A-l .b.. I If thinking of selling _
.-. plA04P: Ii4 .....,.. P.ttp prtmeiit. Sos M5 -6ttf..KfAirnTAn AUTOS WANTED-Any: make, any I for I I COUP. R..blt. Telephone 5454 1939 ..Mr i .
15. aa W, C.*U IfnMM ,..1 I More cash Quicker.' Wrkytrl 2-420 'llntm..nL or 2-474. around first-THEN COME ,I CHEVOL .
::"X. A1.Z8M1IS1t FORD 1939 Coupe. 8385. Good
f
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Motor 751 N. Mills; 22174.D. -
.> *r. etnUm ...* this ...000 ytrty. -I coed condition. Cmb T. i i sean -
..... hnlitart. a*.e o real nUU Uecnt a car VARKia. INC. wants to buy your radi Bane Grill, E. Robin- : .
OBM tle* lullty sad net afraid;I I aato or track and will pay top son Aff.I Ai 'I''I'AN1OUCO GRAN opening . I I 1941 PLYMOU 4 .
'Iit ... proportion ..- offer prices Immediately. D. Tanner Inc. i ,
I ,
"wfS t. w. I BIT* dll.n
I II I
Super Deluxe 8- Club K and W
I ; shot win Mtlafy yo.. Plenty tutlot I Studebaker Sale and Service 234 FRl"l mile 1 MOORS :- t ._. .

:. -___ ..d shoals ready to buy. M donS i' W. Central Ate. Phone 23153. j j I Ca OIr'. *. Orange Av r: Auto Auction Wednesday' Aa.a 2 I Cor Garland ad I II :
> .*..,. Bine 1(12. Contact J. P. Mtttot. CARS WANTED-Any max. or modaL ini.l I at 130 p.m. AeUa :1941 PLYMOUTH 2 soese . 1.

ii LO41 ..neW, ... 10 s.12.141_ N. Mtte: 5805. I I sPed SO to 100 ear. etch ThoraOST. 2.t21. I I I DIAL 1-0929 sedan
FORD 1946 "( 2 door trdan. Black Rain shine, the largest end .
prices paid. Bring your I [ f.
lifji .IK Rerun offer* goodeir.I5S Best art I o .
., p.,.. s ...... ... ... SI&s.4 i to- me* now rt car Thursday to BoUy-Robtoa'g I I finish low mleg) Olin's Used est auction Itt in the i and ask fo -
u..o ;j Ctrl. 242 H. Oranst Av*. Phone i I acre of hard surfsced parking space fc> ..*
BIo --.a-
i -C. and seTTles at A. B. Motor Auction. 2120 8. Orange *- ,I I I Billy Wynn Charley Keener .
.... .I'.. ... ftsS.04 I I0S. .... 1790 Liens 6U Jacksonville. tOrn TralL Ph. 7349 for p.nlcalln.nulIt ._ 2.4514. comfortable setts fin*, betted In I o
PORDi947: : Convertible de111.1 Winter. Our commission prices are I S - -
6 REED retfly knows bow to I REPOSSESSED CARS .
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... CS.115. no 81000 for I
--- ffn Exprinc get the hUh dollar for your ear I\i 4 week old. Sell or trdt. pOpular-8.5 .I.
gtALCSMAN -
fl1 eateatUL EehMlve *-' or equity. Cash in fin Il AU..*. phone> 2-15K9. MI.. .* and mo.l. Every ..- .
..*** .. **... T.fM I* ad ;; preferred territortM bat sto with ample draw why SITS "tm atsfl Give us a i I FORD 1947 Super DeLuxe club . a dealers. the. top h.,cash 68 every dolls 1939 PLYMOUTH 2 tfv IHt) t

... ___.... .... i Ins Meoaal Sad good commission chant 201 )I. Orange. Blossom coupe and 2-door sedans. Like for every p QUALITY CARS .. _
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P. 1Iot.r .n. 4 door
$5. ....IIn l .","", Da\IF for rithtto. Trail; 1553.FILth new In every IPt Jim CumbieCrs. and experienced 1941 DODGE .
....... aggresslf anpbcaaU I I . 904 N. Av*. Phone .ateD.r. i
0e1, INC. will buy rD .
..... M 444 MOTORS Or.DI celled States.HHhbornush .
., p4. p544 11 considered. Dud 1.hel 1II 1947 "ol" CADILLAC Cub 1934 CHEVROLET ltM
win b high
'I or trade your car forII.* I IdoUar. 2-452. C . '
$ ........ P045. I two ...**. For Interview can Win. Se. us at 200 W. Central or FORD-1939 Deluxe: radio. hfat. Auto Auction. 6811 K. 1 Almost new. .
-C i+f Park *.8-M_ after 7:30:: p .. Phone 1415.HIGHEST 1 I, spotlight, new motor. 1 I. I II Brotdwty. Phone Y 1236 Ttmp 1938 OLSMOBI 4 -

44. ..5. S4 ewee. ... .s. WOMEN Spare Tim*-fill dreswsTaeert CASH Paid for good clean'i Palm.r Ph. 1-1974. Florida. 1947 OLDSMOBILE "s SedaMt. I i dor $40
*. .....". 0..,....... High used ctrt. Winter Park Motors FORD.-1i30 tudor 11" wheels. I " -- s'S. -
.. ... ...... .... ""'"' .....-I... Free .ittt$. P.O. Box Fairbanks and New York: ph. 00. $265. Auto Parts. 1946 CADILLAC 80 Spa 1931 ESSEX Coupe .
...... : Sedan. Almost 1 _
IM* Orl
PONTIAC' WANTED-An model Including FORD 1941 Convertible coupe. to 400 automobiles awp.npuIa
t 6M.. .. .... UI.wiIidscaU.5.I aalesmsjt. 1947. Or Olds. Dodge: or New motor, new new paint. AUC0N-2 tnrk sell her Tte., BUICK Sedan. 1942 OISMOBI S*. .
IIF g 'I ....., .......S 5I kit keen la business over M other clean car. Silvers Pontiac 62 Priced right. Jim top Cars. *04 I I I p m. "W* sold over 164C Sup rH4
;t' P' P.* .04 '.S S"\1 1 t.*r*. O.r rspnepeststivoe ar* earn- West Colonial Are.JL N. Orange Ave. Phone 2-4521. dred cars .d track tI., last : Very lw mule i .

:.w.. 'III' a* huh a* tram(1.00.Uoa.1 per month.advertwla FORD 1939 2-door nLx Ian. Tuesday sle. W* are selling Iota here of IH6 PACKAHD "1m" CLpper 1938 FORD 2 door twtt .
roraiabed private owner
tails good cart
: .. "World's Lsnnest Auto . fo
,.... ..1 __ *. A real oonortaalty for ao Dealer.IVANS" U only interested la buying N.Runs .1..Jim. Phone 2-4521. I every Tuesday. DI" cheat yourself. { Overdrive practically new.1MJ 1932 FORD 2 doer Utt -
.. wM tea teO, Some of the lead Win One If you have a o truck for sale .
America ha knUlad the finest. purchss any I FORD 1946 Station Waton. Radio 300 PLYMOUTH Convertible
ta Tuetday. Cpe.
art talent It here
b-4. M 04e. 'e ta mak or model sad pay an .n- Oe 1937 PLYMOUTH 2
4 "y oar *cbool through ewe year lik new. 11. Cumbie Cars. 904 N. buyers to bid them. If wantto heater extra I; d. .
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4. 8. $osIth. ArtistrseuI4 believable pric oa Ski spot. Can Ave. 2-4521. Radio clan
_. "........ Writ B. I Orange buy. be here. Always plenty cart .

a, *_f_, .'_ S.04t.. .....r.:a .. . (.... 1M. Mlsuuapolia' IS. 4321 or 4TILBUSINESS I FORD 1942 2 Florida door P..New 100 and "'rrk. sellers to pick from from Gt.We. TfD.had; 1941 CADILLAC "6 Sedan. I -

... ...... P5.5.04. il i-'UY "OKU-aaU1. ftJIaH I I IS GOOD-Cars an I W.1.1t C'Dtr. Phone 2-24.Xotor. I! Ky_ La.. and Fit. lit One IS41 Special PICK-UP TRUCKS .
,.... ..... t_ .. Chrtotm card and higher' thaI ncr before. Cash i dealer boutbt 28 cars. Rememberplenty PLYOU DLSan
hoses 1942
II I WAGON ;
5.
-- Immediately, make at Martin'ssann. I PORD STATION and plenty can '
w k..I..on.'Dta.. any barer .1'I ,
:: U i Wtdsworth.
Harley
.. *. aiatloewry. Used _101 N. MalL 8409. I cltD"* 1. here and anyone can buy '
.. to 1M% arortt. Writ '.r 21 card "| 8597. |I wets 1941 OLDSMOBILE -SB- 1939 CHEVROLET H M
'Fr J;::: ......., .. *....*.1. sod fr.* offer. ON-TEE-SPOT CASH PAID foe coed I. I telL Coff Livestock and Automobile and San
_, ,,, W. t%* 41. LIver Seas StudIo 320 clean used ear*. Jim Cumbl Can. FRIM colnrbl., CiP.. i Cemmistlea Co. Lakeland. Fit. ; Hydramatic. nc0 bet 1946 CEOL% 56s40lS
Pita Aw, %. T. 104 North Orang Avena nOM I .0 rul ON VACATION fo a few .
S04! 1.04 24521. '1' Jim Cnmbl. 14 N. Orange Ave. I GI'.. Clyde Ooff.- 424 Huthey 1941 CHEVROLET 2 Door Sa. 1945 DODGE \ ten

_. NEED of IM and 1(47 Phone f.n. Court, lake care of my business .
;)IW1 ... BADLY IN I tow 1 . 1940 BUICK Super Estate Wagon. '
..!..S.5.4'I AYS MOSIY-UAKX MONEY Wadsworth.automobiles ID and )older I. Orange cars. Barter Av*. 1 FORD.Ia.-1(46 sedan radio while I . J. R Smith. 3 E.Robinson. New tires, extra clean. : -

-- i ,.... at "'. oaick eau dollar ttrant phone 8597.DON'T ,. 1942 2-door coper delux A I 'OrIando'a O5..04" .

t PS. wai *Bd htsn oeonomi lao .- SELL for !eNII.D w* wiOpay. load rr. delta i TnUcr-Trek for Sale I i
Ford. 1(41 club caper '
V--" 1.s s.w'e.t 1. > aO>ar-. her i* th* OBvortvnity Oft an yon can for your old CUp
-i! : Good buy.clean 1942 Itt ton Stsk An these can have '
'Iit hoe. bees ettei tot rtfht in ear while lbs getting 1* till cood. Jernlgtn CHEVROLET 1 USED CARECNE
Jim
detl. -
cletn CVMB
and t.
04 IWISS5.'S car a :, body. New motor. 8895. Olia's Used I heat and
; row . bone town. Shop around then sell tt her. ** somany Central music. I
... ....-. t other hove don. C.atnll'lor- | Ud Cn. 600 W. Cars- 142 N. Galall. phone 2-434.
., ........ I| Av*.
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O- me* Ida Motort. U P. ltasaa.Ph. S-2424. COVERED WAGON-New _
WOBMB okraino Item SMO to 1.000 i PORD....1938 Convertible club coup down r 0 -
Small
paint ,
new .
: I Interested PRIVATE PARTY WILL PAY cash (695. K and W ::TbeM can Mid with a 30-dy p 11
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Excellent
OMB* more. 1
a **oata.
'I ieB .a Cerise t. I.* Mr. IferwO for good lat model car from ewn.en. Motor condltO.. Oal'DeI and Amelia. :, Frank 843.11 Reed a month.I.I *. : I It .nte*. W* pay tub for used ctrtJ. 2. .. ---

a.... ..... > *a. M K. Central AT*. Orltndo Telephone 20142. I phone 2-0529. 1 Oran BloSsom I
: PI*. .....*, AimS Uth. 1947-10.00 GET TOP CASH PRICE for year' car : FORD-1946 club coupe
11'LI 3t5 a m. ilia,.. regardless of mete or model. Used tiful maroon flll Low mu.. i DO.TRUCE-lt at.City ton:Cfeta- I C. Mc. INC. 138 N. CarUwl M
218 W. Washington
Car Exchange.: Inona.lloa
fJI A. ordinal car.
-.. St. Phone 2-2882. L condition throughout.I..nn Td.llln. !,I' era. 3 W. Coal. n. I' "OU PACRD DER" = = I
I cA8iiiN5 MINUTES Any cheaper ell for offer. DODGE 1939. t-ton pickup.I
i ACT1VB 11*!. ESTATE saInt wantod UET er or sin PHONE
342 Phone
M. AT
ta Tafk Pre office space tortafet make or model. rllnt-Atextnder Steve' Service Station. 102S 11 Or- Clean II a pin and A-l condition. Orange .
=a = ... .. Winter Park. Phone498R. I Jim Jernitan Used Cars 600 W. Cni -
s.-. = *5. party A 4dm* P.O. Box 145. Motor, Ml N. Or. A. Phono lIad.'A. i tral ,
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H..r Decorating ,'PROGRAM OF PROGRESS' FOR CHURCH UNDERWAY L ... 1


StMI IlKleascd Presbyterians Have Five-Year Planly I

K.U.* .f Martha Jean Luihtt .

ti* 6gatt. dfnnUDI lUff
DAVE ENLOW f and M. R. Smith. 45 N. Main St. Listing: seven Immediate and I IJ
.f teas O l# al '* v Editor,The SundoySentinel-Stor1 i is a representaUve of the .men of I important objectives the new ,
Pa' a tort c*. i j the church. I program has a budget of $7- 1
* e eHilluRardtv Taking a leaf from the Russians. 1 In A letter to ,150 leaders of 850,000 in a "great movementto i
; I the Presbyterians are embarkingupon I the Presbyterian Church Le- I expand the church into every I II
t*. UIII1tIa their own five-year plan, to Craw said: "This Is a time of area at home and abroad." !
ft** te*.. wmeJ waken the church and its peopleto 1 national and world peril as real First objective is foreign mis-
veer* .t.fc1t.rt.A the needs of this critical hour. I I though not as well understood, I sions: "Christianity or confusion I
a*+rM* terse: The plan Is called the Presby- as the peril tit the war. in China, Japan Korea. Open )
494 M toUt Or'. terian Program of Progress and it "It is the Christian church doors in Africa Brazil Mexico. g"'L 'ii111k
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aM concerns itself I which must exert its full poweron Our part war-wrecked missions '/
H..r* .It ets chiefly with five v' the character and the spiritof I
j! .... 1M, + major objectives: j' man if we are to implementthe mis-sionaries I
.... M strrtla .1trsv evangelism, peace. For this task the church (! I
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ehe p.4 '$lilt church attendance has as strong a right and as gen- : Ing with new power throughout 'i&1bJ&
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_-t **.* MtM . Last! a and Christian uine a need to call its membersto the world."
_: to a trt4u t. ef Lftdprondir growth, service as had our GovernmentIn Second, war relief 11947-48:
I ta Indunapett*. Ind., and chapels stewardship time of war." ] "Food, clothing medicine etc.ac-
teas. et tlw Hw York School and finance. Dr. Marshall C. Dendy pastorof i companied by God's Word to the
..I.Ibtllll tC i.4_ t>nrIUDI i I With headquar.Ctrs the First Presbyterian Churchin starving and naked people in war-
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in Atlanta Orlando stressed the urgency i i torn lands our church's answer
the new Presbyterian of the hour as he commented on to this pressing need."
1 Jill I G.acrcte 8rkk or Block program the new program. j Third, home missions: "America ,I ....... I
"The of the entire
FROM has as Its campaign purpose made secure by an increased pro-
1M... It.M I director, Enlow plan" Dr. Dendy said "is to deepen | portion of Christians and of Christian I 1 10 Sri
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t..d.u. '
the spiritual life of the church. i
Lt. Cot Roy Lecraw who resigned i character"Fourth.
I AWJrtWd CO.INC as Mayor of Atlanta to join the We are trying our best to awakenour Christian education: I II
....,.., ..4JU .._.a ,....en.. ... a.w.r. : armed forces and was sent over- hour people in this to most the critical needs of period the I "The intelligence skill and ener- I I lilt JA J . [ !
2.R kits. TrL I.un : gy of American youth given a ..
L1 _.. .. --.1 seas.As evidence of his enthusiasmIn ,, in' the history of the. world." Christian faith and motive." I '''1 n L
Among the five members of the
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the undertaking LeCraw turned Fifth, religious education and I
iiuu leap C* .-Lak. Ca down an offer of $10,000 a year I executive committee is Dr. J. R. publication: "No spiritual illiter-I _
to direct the campaign offeringhis i McCain president of Agnes Scott acy among America's children." I

AUMAELL AWNINGS 1| services without remuneration.Two 1|I include College Dr.in James Decatur 1..,Fowle Ga. Others Chattanooga Sixth the Assembly's School I
Orlandoans have been honored
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I I( for Lay Workers: "The invest
1'a by being named to the com- i i ; Dr. A. W. Dick Memphis ment of a few dollars means I i
mittee. Dr Robert H. McCaslin ; Dr. F.J. Brooke Jr., Abing- skilled I : s
more and consecrated
/ = pastor of Park Lake Presbyterian !!!' ton, Va. and Dr. J. G. Patton Jr., workers who will increase theI I
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Church is a member of the Exec- Atlanta.
I outreach and vitality of our t 1 1Gentleman's
L ; utive Committee of Home Missions i 1!, churches." I

._ ae A Deafened Now Hear Boy Sets Home Afire Seventh Negro work: "Our I,
o.IOKRTS church's recognition of the needs j jI
I .. lM i o His Pistol I
Seeking Toy
k With Tiny Single Unit I of the Negro race and of the
MEMPHIS, IUPJ Andrew A. brotherhood of man." -I
Science has now made it pos- Massa. five, was playing in a I' Other denominations intent on I'i
sible for the deafened to hear faint neighbor's yard this afternoon. maintaining life and spirituality I
sounds It is a hearing device so 1 unconcerned that he had set fire ,j lin the church will do well to plan '
small that it fits in the hand and to his home. While searching fora ,I as comprehensive a campaign as j Lounge Chair,
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enables thousands to enjoy sermons toy pistol he struck a match. !: the Presbyterians have done.
music and friendly compan 1; Most everything was lost the ,r In -top grain leather . Red
1 ionship. Accepted by the Council mother, Mrs. Mary Massa said j Pine, Castle NewsPINE
on Physical Medicine of the Amer- ; Ada Massa a sister said he put Green or Brown-hair and "
M ican Medical Assn. This device papers on the fire in an attempt CASTLE-Mr. and Mrs.
W does not require separate battery;: to put it out.Nation Robert DeBiase of Staten Island; spring construction . from
I IN. Y. the birth
-- pack, battery wire case .or gar- are announcing
'." h11[-] .", < ment to bulge or weigh you down. Breaks Record \I of a daughter Danielle Jeanne Grand Rapids.
born July 31. Mrs. DeBiase will be "
The tone Is clear and powerful. So
made that you can adjust it yourself In Jewelry Purchases remembered as Miss Esther Link I : $175.00
to suit your hearing as your WASHINGTON [API The Bu-,1 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
hearing changes. The makers of, reau of Mines said yesterday the Link of South Maine St.
Beltone. Dept. 14, 1450 W. 19th;, nation spent $1,709 million for ;: Mrs. Alvin Hook had as her
BROS. St, Chicago: 8. Ill, are so proud of i jewelry in 1946, an all-time rec- '"guest Thursday her mother Mrs. I
their achievement that they will ord. It also noted that necklaces i'! Brinkley, of Taft. I .
gladly send free descriptive booklet 'like I Mrs. Margaret Williams visited
skirts are becoming longer
.c "H$ ViNETlAN ILIND I IfHf and explain how' you may get{| and the Jewelry trend is toward' in Pensacola and Mobile Ala. over

CO'J I a full demonstration of this remarkable i "lacy work with a fragile look.I ." the weekend.Mr. .
\ of : H m f.M4S mUlMXJ. r hearing device in your : and Mrs. Henry Tyner were '
own home without risking a pen-I The greatest community sport called to Atlanta Tuesday by the Hepplewhite
., .. Kri C:* Ury By. Write Beltone today.-Adv. in Wyoming Is the rodeo. j i serious illness of Mr. Tyner's
brother. Howard L. Tyner. They I
- -- Cocktail
returned home Thursday. Table

I Mr. and Mrs H. S. McCall. of I .n
i Norman Park, Ga.. and Mrs. I
George McCall, of Sanford were In all mahoganv- I ,
;; recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.'W.
: ";: : > ri 'q I IC. McCalL Brass Gallery and
:: J} B. W. Taylor returned Thursday
ASSURANCE : from Chicago where he visited -Ha'nd Painted Decorated -
-- relatives. He was accompanied
,. ,'; "", ]I' home by Mrs. Howard Harris. Top Under"s-
j Mrs. Fannie Spencer has sold .
OF L : r her home on Central Ave; to Don- Glass.
QUALITY SERVICE
i aid Lancaster. of Kissimmee. Mrs. w
<
.- -(, Spencer and young son will return $115.00
to their former home in New R
\ York.
Robert Johnson who has been
': a patient in the Orange Memorial

r.. -'II''' -,, -- : ,,',',, Hospital Thursday., returned to his home

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h i Lour A. Meyers. of Orlando will
SI I fill the pulpit of the Methodist !
Church today. Mrs. Wilbur Lane I ., -- /
will be soloist. I

'" j Rev. F. G. Symonds has returned Large Sheraton Drum Breakfast Secretary i i A. r.
I from a visit in the North. !
j P. R. Cantrell and Charles Win- Table--- Living or Dialog R's
I free are the new owners of the
j I' Sanford Filling Station formerly 1 All Mahogany with Satinwood Aductooa Oeelrsas ge# --a-: "
operated by M. W. Bailey. I t* Al 1h1s1.. .S _
The Fellowship Class of the Inlay top In gold too1e Top
I |hmf...g leaf Ot .. .
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Methodist Church will meet tomorrow 'L.I MN
night at the home of Mrs. Grain Leather. leather Waft it_.11 "
D. R. Kemper of Warren Park. ,
The luncheon Thursday was fol-, $150.00! SMKMr" )I
lowed by the regular business i
meeting of the Annie Willoughby I -<
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Circle held in the parish house. I .,
'gr- Attepding were the Mmes. James .-'; .
'| Burden, Max Walker J. W. Bur- ,, '
dick Rampie Burdick. Bob Greene. I "
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,; Wilmet Lesser, Glen Faulkner and' I,
Micley, Arnold, Yarrington and i iI : nj
y i Walter Willoughby. ..
I Miss Eugenia Munnerlyn departed : '+ =J 'i.
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i Panama I III
Saturday for !I
where she will teach in the schools ; '
Y II there. I ,...
Pine Castle School will open for I
the Fall term Sept. 8, v
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The Misses Jackie and Ginger
p
S 1M4W .f irtli, |#a4f U. gas pipe |Is being unloaded and I Wham attended the Methodist 14 1d%

...", N* latJUlU .. OrUnd to Increase the gas supply In Or- | Conference in Lakeland last week. I _ _
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INGRAM & INGRAM

OPTOMETRISTS;
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Successors to MEAD'S

Nit: . after a long wait we have received delivery of pipe =- 16" gas pipe, Nights, Sundays. Holidays S3SC I

i '"' .. t* iasUllfd In Orlando. The popularity and acceptance of city gas in I I tOt N. Orange Ave. Phone SIt a> r'Yr '.

.... Wtftf Part and Central Florida has created such a demand that it was neces- II I I

ii9.* ... f..f dat Company to enlarge and install new mains.'tfttM I! I .
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Let us check your 4.JLtu
insurance needs. We
THC AJHtlVAL of this won't try to sea you
pipe, which was ordered many months ago, we can
don't needor
anything you u
| SP ***** Fey. fef aa adequate tupply of gas for your cooking, water heating,.refrigerafl want. We'll explain possible .
Iiii. protection -YOU make .
.. and air conditioning needs.
the decision. v .4
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Wf ASSURE YOU that your Gas Company is ever alert to. keep abreast with. the .HAItOllOAEt.Y A ( 1

':r .... iII4la4 t **& t! rat community, be Jt residential, commercial, or industrial and will GENERAL INSURANCE .

- H *Jl tfe&ea to render you the service to which .you have been accustomed and to HlH.OUllGEAYE. NONE $I 189U

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.. Of Dr. B. G. Ashley of Ahobka
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_. ... ***. t, ium > M4. twUyty Mr Dorothy Eugenia, to Thomas Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Thompson of !Is den.now practising! Winter Oar- . tMI.' 't u.. :t....

tl 4 *.* idea., rtwtorkt 0. Trcder off Franklin Barnes son. of Mrs.' Winter Park are announcing today I l i t The wedding date via be announced NK X.' A +-
Gladys P. Barnes of Evanston. HI:. : the engagement of their later.
and Thomas F. Barnes of Chicago.I! .. t daughter. Faye to Dr. Baine -===.- ..... .. ,
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The wedding will be an event of Gibbs Ashley, son of Mr. and Mrs. I I I sr.
the early Fall season. ....
A. B. Ashley of Apopka.
Miss Tegder is a graduate of
Orlando Senior High School in the ; Miss Thompson attended Winter ficr .
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class of 44. She attended Ward- a r? X, t Park schools and the University _
Delmont College in Nashville, of Alabama where she was a #
Term for two and last : ;
rears year ,gu.'u.aiY. Gamma rI
pledge of Kappa
attended the University of Georgia Kappa
3'jt.td pr i w? y.t-,4f A4p sorority. She has been employed:
where she was pledged to Pi I
f Beta Phi sorority. She was Introduced as secretary' to Dr. G. Kenneth A
to Orlando society last Scudder for the past year.
at the annual New Year's _
season v$ h
Dr. Ashley attended Apopka
ball at the Rosalind Club. A pop- r AtL I 1
schools and was graduated from
ular member of the younger set ,' +fir +
f Hiss Tecder served as Orlando Alabama Polytechnic Institute at
sponsor for the Orange Bowl game Auburn Ala. He is a member of .
in Miami in 1946.
Kappa Alpha social fraternity 'and 4,
i )Ir. Barnes was graduated from
Evanston Township High School Alpha Psi. medical fraternity. He j : ..
__ has practised in Decatur Ga., andProgressive
and erred In the Army Air Forces .
for two years. Upon receiving his I, MRSLEwiS: ANTHONY DEXTER j .q
discharge he attended the Un- . Is the former Margaret Ana Hudgings, daughter of Mrs. I I r ; .
:, rrrsity of Georgia and is now associated >j Florence Mellon Hudgings of Winter Park, who become the I 5 M 'II,1

with the Cameo Corp. of i brid6 of Mr. Dexter yesterday in a ceremony in the Junior 3 .
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i i Saturday afternoon Mr. and I j Chapel ,of the Congregational Church in Winter Pork, with : Party Planned : ,f
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Mrs. Asher Peter and their two >I the Rev. L J. Leuthi officiating. The double' ring ceremonywas A
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daughters Miss Annette Peter and used. The bride wore a becoming suit of ivory bengaline Tri Deltas T -S .Y. ,
.Miss Mary Jane Peter, held ; By
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house at their home on Ridgewood I j jAre. accessories and corsage chrysanthemums.Only .
., in honor of Miss Tegder and the immediate family attended. Following the ceremonythe I! Tte! Delta Delta Delta Alliance :

her fiance. ... couple left for a wedding trip in the New England States' with is entertaining a progressive Saturday dinner,evening bonor-',' R3 fix: Al a f ,.
Assisting Mrs. Peter-at the engagement after: which. they will go to Geneva, N. Y., where Mr. Dexter is',tog a group of rushees. r'w. i

r party were the Mmes. instructor of sociology:at Hobart College. i i The group will meet first at the w.4
John T. Branham MarceDus J. '
{ Delta Shelter" on S. Main St ,
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Moss Jr.. Chester C. FosgatLChines ,
I and from there will go to the Or- 4 .
J Bradshaw. and the Misses lando Country Club for dinner and : .
Betty Kennedy Colleen Kenney, Miss\ Margery Carey To Be Wed then to Tri Delta Heaven at the ,tr't t.I .
Elizabeth: Ricker. Mary Bartlum, home of Miss Joyce Ammerman I
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Mary Brinkman and Harriet Sip-
Pte. Tomorrow to J. R. Bennett Jr. on Miss Lake Billie Killarney.Eva Shell is chair- (
The guest list included Mr. and
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I man in charge of the party. Mrs.
Mrs. Frederic Tegder, Mr. and Miss Margery Cameron Carey,i i. month a round of parties have Henry Meiner: and Sam Turner are I/t
Mrs. Chester Fosgate.Mr. and Mrs. 'i daughter of Mrs. Helen Crane ', been given in,her honor, and last'Week' in charge of invitations and Miss ,
John' T. Branham. Mr. and Mrs. !; Carey has completed plans for her j : Betty Shirley is in charge of the (,.
ar ).I. J. Moss Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Miss Eleanor Hope Newell .
.f wedding to Julius Richardson Ben-j, decorations. assisted by the Misses '..
I Hutchins Mr. and Mrs. nett Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. : entertained with a shower at her Virginia Allen Joyce Ammermanand ." t
Charles Bradshaw, Mr. and Mrs. : Bennett of Pine Apple, Abu which' home on Lake Cherokee. On Elsie Mae McCoy.' ,
Jerry Ross. Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis will be an event of tomorrow night Wednesday the Misses Bess Bettes. AH active and alumnae mem- i '
.l LamberUon. Mrs. Mary Frances ,',at 8 o'clock at St. Luke's Cathedral Harriet Jones and Virginia Cheney bers of Tri Delta are requested to I !V'
Davis. Mrs. Warlow .Barr. I The Very Rev. Melville E. John-' were joint hostesses at a party contact Miss Billie Eva Shell be- I
Also the Misses Betty Kennedy : son.. dean of, St.. Luke's will of- given at Miss Bettes' home. :Miss fore Tuesday for party reserva fI
Ann Masek. Barbara Reppard. ;I flciate and the program of nuptial '' Barbara McLaughlin also enter- tions. J -
Elizabeth Winn. Nancy Layton '! music will be given by Arthur *
I tained for Miss Carey last week. "
Patricia Pattishall. Ann Allen,1Betty I'
E. R. Jones. cathedral organist j I : SAEs Have Party
Murchlson Zuliem Asher. ; Miss Gertrude Carey will act asi
Gene Caswell. Barbara Lane Sally I I i i maid of honor for her sister and: Mr.XTarren j A group of active and alumni 1fr'1 /
Sims Mary Finley Lee Huttig. J. M. Danielson of Tampa win be members and rushees of Sigma S
Harriet Sipple. Carolyn Rich.Mary I II I I best man. : Alpha Epsilon fraternity are J'
,I Brinkman. Colleen Kenney, Judy I Itndlth. {'I Following the ceremony a small Marries spending today' at Daytona Beachat I i-g: ;l V
) Mary Jean Saunders, reception for the wedding party the home of J. Ralston Wells
Anne Carter Nefle Carter.Martha I iL i I and a few close friends will be'' 3d on S. Peninsula Ave. The fra-
Ann Maguire Betty Phillips. : held.. Miss StruckMiss ,, ternity is having a rush party
1 i Also the Misses Gay Cubbedge '1! Mr. and Mrs. Bennett parents honoring young men from Orlando
Elizabeth Rkker. Beverly Bur- 'of the bridegroom-elect, arrived Louise M. Struck daughter and Daytona Beach who are plan-
r cham. Patricia Jones Elsie Mae i here yesterday to attend,the wedding l t of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Struck of ning to enter college this Fall.
McCoy. Peggy Oatewood. Jo Ann l .- Pewaukee, Wis- became the brideof There will be swimming, speedboating -
Cloud. Martha Helen King. Mary' 'i t Since the announcement of Miss Wilbur 1.. Warren, son of Mrs. and water-skiing, with a S5'5
BarUum. Juanita Ault, Elinore Carey's engagement early this O. C. Warren of this city, on Aug. barbecue and fish fry later in the
Voo hts. Joan Carrigan Beverly 9. The wedding took place at the I evening. .
Whltfield. home of George B. Warren in Rushees from Orlando include:
\ Also Joe Finley Gene Rich, Bowe Allen Hutchinson Don Durham N.C. the Rev. D.D. Holt Jim Franklin. Jimmy Mffl&an,
I George Eidson. Jimmy Blake Louis Weeks Jr. Robert Carrigan Jr.! officiating at the ceremony.The i Jud Fulmer David Pittman. Art
McCoy Jr. Keith Salter. Van Hill. Jerome Fletcher.John Fletcher Jr., bride wore a white afternoon :" I Alberty, Lacy Johnson, Wayne
John T. Branham Jr.: Buell Dun- Delaney Way Graham Barr Jr. dress with gold accessories. ''I Estey, Gene Rich Jim Porter, B""OY
"' I tan Jr. Wellborn Phillips Jr. Tom Kenney Carl Ricker. Young Her corsage was of red roses. I Hugh Stump, Bucky Blankner. CCUI.
= t'.I j Charlie Alexander Bryan Murchi- t I Daniel. Paul Harris and Andy_I Mr. and Mrs. George Warren I i Bin Gilmore Bob Carrigan. and l--.r MRS. JAMES D '
1 J son. Clarence Cubbedge .Jr. Jim Yarros.. rt. were their only attendants. J Marion Shearouse. - August .....

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_Iq, it r&r fcanbag &fntterl-0tar Orlando, Florida, August 24, 1947 Friends Seek ]I No Answers Yet i in Dr. Spencer

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MI'. J&tfaBr&tchie feted Oviedo Group ( Rev. Trout Chosen Pastor Of To Re-Instate 1 !lc DAYTONA',. -*' to 7-t BEACH< ,--'-I'f'' No' responses ,'-''-Makes VisuAtDcLand


'Ji: All't /;'L 'Kitchen Shower Attends OES Orange- City- Baptist. Church Art Teacher j a result have brides of come publicity and at bridegroomsas yet material ftrwaprospectfre

1 By L YIDA CHISHOIMI have ,accepted positions as teach- tSper( ':' to The $c;- .:,% S'c--'1 '! sent out to pub'icati; in five t
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... ** x Sanford Meet : .al! to Tie eider, Sen ne-Stcrl" era In the school there. I NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Friends Southeaster States giving trot r t ___
: ( ... &p. i trf1 fact. CcmiQe Batten SyltU i ORANGE CITY Rev. ForestC I of Mrs. Homer Knopp who has contest rules reirardin the ubl cfceddte
p ..... .. -. SlrlwA., H ry Ann Whekhel. 1 (fPf')1 to The Sunday Senfmef-Stcrl] Trout of Stetson University Miss Margaret Gilbert Is spending I taught art In a New Smyrna Beach *. planned by the Halifax ft-' ......... >Wlaral .

... .at K ttin&* Wlwins. Jean Harper r OVIEDO Among those from DeLand. has been chosen pastor this weekend In Dayton school for the last 18 years yes Burtsea sod ProZes anal Wtmen" >ExiACttt .....' tIIiItDII..MIII

1 = _. 4l Dtplsste ConetUy Betty Jorrert Oviedo who attended the meetingi !I of the new Baptist Mission Church I Beach. I terday were circulating petitions Clj* as a part of Ute Labor y...... .... ttrtl. s
.... i called by the worthy matron. Mrs. j'II ere. Mr. and Mrs.Harold F. Gulp and' for her re-instatement in the local Day ekferatton here it >tes bees
.... ...... Jack Burney of the Seminole With him will be M. B. Burkett children Mary Ellen and Shirley : schools. |announced. W J Ft**; 1Artiar
t1 ..... Mf. U C. BAttrn and daughter Chapter No. 2 of the Order of Alfred Richards and J. H. Lapin%II 1! Ann of Miami were overnight Recently Mrs. Knopp was A COQ IIIe must have obtarel i tt mlo.. J%. tars ...
r iD Bert CuUIW. tntnutortf' Friday at tcrn Eastern Star at the Masonic Temple !las trustees, Joe ScholU and Lamar i guests of Mrs. Mary E. Gulp here! I notified that art would be discontinued a marriage license bjr nest .dIM .t Ik"'tai ....... tnls
... tiff ,_ taut a kitchen shout honor in Sanford Thursday night Fleming are the deacons with 'Wednesday on their way to Hot in schools in this oay. Aac.. M to be IIIU IIII r lllaw Prt/11 t m ..... __ 1
:T riiI ... aM. their home were Assistant! Worthy Patron Mrs. Forest C. Trout in charge of Springs Ark. community. Florida n Labor Day .
Brotthie. at
f J4iM i Frank W. Talbott. Mrs. Talbott. the music. Oct. 5 is the date set Miss Katherine Boyles spent At a meeting of the Dads' Club ;iI i- wtJj tww! Mar aea1k' i
..... WI .la tM Ba>UnU Apt Mn. R. L. Ragsdale. Mrs. J. B. for ,this organization to go Into j'Wednesday In Orlando.Mr. I' this'week A. II Belote.chairman: j VCBtMB Oren. M +wciltrt i i
.. .... In tftt roneu dtcccatrd with a Jones Jr.. Mrs. Paul Campbell effect with Miss Anna Lee Johnson and Mrs. H. M. Dawley and of the Volusia\ County. School i, 'BamansGivcSeacI1 .tef.i "....., .
1 1ii ..... WttitM array of Summer rjttt ()"- Mrs. Theodore Aulin,. and Mrs. having charge of the young daughter. Miss Delores. Winter !, Board. told club members that : : t Loch V' .f tftp8tJ ., i
.'! t........ "": the hMMrre wa presented Irving Makom. :peoples's meetings before services visitors here are vacationing In i Mrs. Knopp did not hare a col- Picnici ...... .lt IMMP e' t
> ... ... 'Mrs. Fred Pierson and daughter, every Sunday night. Vermont.Mr. i I lege degree which is required for!; t-_ *;a aNat 1 I
..... .... w h Buoy' fifU from the guests Anne are. visiting Mr. and Mrs. 1! Miss Belle Thursby Home Demonstration and Mrs. J. L. Scholtz I teaching in Florida when asked i : ,' +'C T, o C::; .rr* -" Cg"'t,,,? *'3fl pqipaa a.. Ik. t
1IIt IM hotteuet Ben F. Ward at New Smyrna Teacher in Tallahassee and family have moved Into the by members Thy she ...as. otfeI DAYTONA has'w tJf R t slraljrlllhr -
ir kith, Jut McDonald and )fro. .Beach. I'is visiting at hey home on Oak : Rust house on Holly Ave. .where i I I charged. Her husband told Belote: Mrs. J. R. Gardiner BEACH Mr. and t" t..a .... 11
1a: assisted I Fred Pierson left Saturday for Ave. here. they had Mrs. William Henry Mr. and Mrs Lara. 11f"C., 4 ....... ..
.... .... ,. II, A JerJft of Orlando I I that his wife did have a fife certificate : N. M,, Wielding and Mrs Ward ..
:} t- .. sk 1 Mtnhlr. ,.,.. Mr Batten to MnrtncInrttH | Georgia to visit his parents and Mrs. Elam Martin and children Kuyper and son of Ocala and to teach in Florida sehook. Mooty. who are their f ana I.'a. ..... tIIIIIIIIIt- i
<5- ..,-.. ,.s h a. mere the Mmet. .. friends. En route home he will of Ormond are guests of Mrs. I,I James CantreH and Bruce Bur- which was issued to her in 1933. from Birmingham vacationing here at 1)- Iv.. ....4e' '
hlrrly l_ reef Broome Let Moore J. N. top by Multrie. Ga. to pick up Gladys Potter here. dette of Tampa as guests. Mrs. Knopp taught art for seven entertained at ire H tea It lr. lair Ii
j A i .... Robert Oontkl Jones, WUUam Mrs. J, C. Flowers his mother-in- I I Mrs. W. A. Nettles left Thursdayfor t Mrs. E. B. Klpp and children of j'years in the Cincinnati Art Acad. j>tar a picnic a Thursday of on the batch. &Iu.i .... f .. ,,i .. ..
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law who has Us nvisiting her visit Daytona Beach few MM ... o. .t3.0 ee /
.. 1 I JItI" bar and the MUses ShirVraotitli I Milton to relatives. spent a days 4emy, which is affiliated with the some of their local friend .r -> .
l - ,04 3eetls Marty Prrklns. Nancy Col- daughter. Mrs. Bob Cox. there. i Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Warrens- here with her parents Mr. and : University of Cincinnati and also Among those Mllii Ytttrr tf e+. d
tent Jane Th1I tD. Martha t I Mrs. Mary M.- Martin. mother ford and son Danny, left Thursdayfor Mrs. H. C. James. 1 taught Uo years Jn the Art Stu attendir.a1Rft UK the Let--' rrlil III Mo> i
=r ; t Br...tt. Audrey Bach Sylvia !of Dr. J. W. Martin who has been Rochester N. Y- where they Mr. and Mrs. John Caldwell and : dents' League in New York City R.Mmes)(. Cain W. E.and Coze.d.,Grace ...... Bishop ]Erse. ., M ak .
i delft c..IJ: MH.lt Mary Ann Whekhrl visiting her son and family at will visit their daughter Mrs. .W.. children are visiting In West Flor- I i ehter Margot tw aura. i'!IIIoiXf fF .. -4. j
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.. .. Kathnm Wtfftn Jean Harper I Clearwater for the past several D. Goodwin and family. ida.Miss bunu Ala. O & Dud of drirt.... m e rae .a Arrlc.. ttMethedIMt
*!iUr 4 Rotaan, i weeks, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Lemar Flemmingand Shirley Driver of Jacksonville Oak Hill Mosquito |I! MiJUBtBeaOi and TTI!irtMTMBL T. aktgser ...... ..
t .Y:'.:: r. ..... 1 ),[r. and Mrs. Charles Vernon children are spending their I is a guest at the home of Mr. I 'I -Shtyey and daughter, Mfcrtna .../ & #- :jtl
Spraying Completed
I* ttatfvtde educational work Shaffer, who have been visiting vacation on a ranch near Wau- end Mrs. W. H. Jackson and fam- !f Joyce Ben Enzlpbe.t; ] t and *uldren '* f r' -.., ., "p.p ..
't Z- I'La -.allfrltfp Urk control by the North j their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. I! chula. I C-'::.-ie-ic *'o T.S: ir'N'" S: "- 'r>ei-<_::'...rl Do ald fend Mary Aim I R p" .. c .. .
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"' Dakota Acrtratturai College Ex- Q. Shatter have returned to their Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hassel of V. Z. Baerecke and Mrs. A. I NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Three Ooenchaia and )''fr. and Mra. jobs td .uta.. 1'\. .. elet !
sea ... EM. tlU\ mkf, more than 2004)00) 'home at Gainesville where Vernon -Sharon, Pa.. are guests of Mr. and W. Chisholm were luncheon guesteof days of mosquito spraying at Oak Lovin and' John Jr Mr and Hn ,. 's'
-: elattwa far art dipped annually. I Shaffer is a member of the Mrs. J. DunkIn at the Sam Gil- Mr. and Mrs. Ellard Leathersat Hill were ended yesterday, according Truman rancher are:i THUMB Jr \I"
_.- __ ? --- ----- faculty of the University of Florida :lum home. their home Saturday. I to G. W. Watson of the Allen Clark Jr.. Ja.hmt. Waiton t .. -4- '"
; Miss Fanette Shelton of Haw- Robert Thompson has returned Orlando Aerial Insecticide Corp. Betty Ruth Smith Boots CfcfJBUMr b- W It I-
Mr. and Mrs. Reaves Gaston of kinsville Ga.. is a guest of Miss home from a vacation spent with I Watson said there was a heavy and Mrs. J. R. Oaitfnv Jr :aa
Atlanta who have been recent June Strickland at the home of his brother In New York City. I hatching of mosquitoes in the Oak Ann and Fletcher Yie3! e. art 01! A << rsare' <
guests of Mr. and Mrs.'Charles T. Miss Neva Benham. Mrs. H. C. James and Mrs. E. B. 'fliH area several days ago and Birmingham and 8oWut. rata ]Be t V a'" 'men a J Jl"
61i Niblack and family have returned Mrs. B. D. Thursby is visiting I Kipp and daughter Mary Lou. I another hatching is expected early kirk.of St.ChQtfrea. Ii.IiY. .. .". _
home .stOpp 1g' at Jacksonville relatives in Mt. Dora this week. were business visitors In Orlando I in September, when spraying from i w. f
Beach .route. the will be resumed.The are the lac .,
en I Mr and !.Il'5A. D. Ansty have 'Thursday. air spray tsaettr- ae f
Mr. and Mrs. Young Harris and bis sister. Mrs. Marie Rosensteeland M I Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Baringharc ing is operated under the directorof victim* -@f fire, w1 ender ... --- rh
I daughter Liqda. have returned her children and niece; Mrs;, I and children are guests of Mr. ant the East Volusia Mosquito Con- fiveti M ,>M A Ml'' 0 ,
from a trip to Daytona Beach. I A. Abosalman all of College Point 1 Mrs. Sam Kelly. I trol District. cent of aS the to
where they were the guests of Mr. N. Y., as their guests this week. - I:
and Mrs. Alex Leinhart. I Mrs. Esther Demotsis and daughter. i
'f' Professor and Mrs. Walter A. Miss Katherine will leave
Teague, who have been attendIngSummer Monday for Wildwood where they 1. .
School af Stetson Uni- .
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1! their work there and are now pre- : 5 '. .'
|paring for the opening school here. Birthday
f Jin r which Mr. Teague is principaland
I .Mrs. Teague a teacher. GivenAt I
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a MR. CHARLES. HAMILTON ;Daytona .
DELAND-Funeral services for ;. ..
Mr. Charles Mallory Hamilton.,, f rCpe-QI.; The jndoy Sent ncf-Star! '
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who died Friday at his home in DAYTONA BEACH Miss Sue y .. ., '. .- -:
Carol Edwards celebrated her 10th .
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Enterprise, Sunday at
i birthday Thursday at a small "t I ;
1 3 p-m. at the Enterprise Methodist "" . ]
party at the home of her parents. ;
Church. Interment will follow jn "
I Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Edwards. 913 '
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cemetery ,
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i I Mr. Hamilton was 75 years old Grand St. a backward" gkmct
Guests included Billie Jo Sermons I .-
and retired some years ago from
the well drilling business. He is Carol Ann Sebern Freda ,
survived by his wife. Daisy: two Stenson Ann and Kay Cooper. : a fashion 'for.- . .
1f sons, I. E. of Pahokee and R.E. of Betty and Delores Tharp. Billy -
Edward and Donald Charles 3f
Lake Munroe; a daughter Mrs.. A. '
I T. Rus..u of Wrens. Ga, and two Kressman. .
\ : brothers. S. and A. C., both of
Mechanics Hill, Ga. i 1! Co/C Courtesy Award .Ijlfj p

MR. JOHN II. BELL Goes to Ed Horne -

NEW SMYRNA BEACH-J. H.Bell [ipe- oi! to The Sjndoy Scot' ,nel.Storl ,' :
.' 54, F.E.C. railroad engineer
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l died Friday at the F.E.C. Hospital COfC courtesy award went to Ed t :
March 1893. in O. .
17. Columbus .
Home Jr.. who operates the Amoco -
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Service Station at 316 Main$Las i .
Mr. Bell made his home at 207
a result of a letter to the Award I
Flea Street coming here in 1935 Committee recommending him ,
from Hobart. Ind. He born :
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March 17. 1893. in Columbus. Oo.. from Atlanta Roy T. Green. visitor from ; ,. -s oL...
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lodge of Gary. Ind.and of the
.... ... le 10 tpi,4 Masonic Consistory .at Ft. Wayne ,'

Ind: a member of the Orrah Iatt
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Shrine Temple of Hammond. Ind.; SAVE .
a member of the Veterans of Foreign 'I

atetta I Wars and a veteran of World THAT WATEII
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He Is survived by his wife. Mrs. =
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..- I Esther Bell of this city;, a son .. ,, .
I John H. Ben of Ft. Lauderdale; THAT WORKI a.
-.. f two sisters Mrs. C. B. Snell of .,
; I Narrero. La. and Mrs. J.P. Wheeler .j,. -
44.4 \ of California.
Services will be at 3 p.m. Sun- 1
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with Rev. Clarence Bass Baptist

i pastor officiating. The body will
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p- I I Dorothy Dugger Fisher of this city, I

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It.. .. . Oct. 1 at 5 p. m. at the Francis : .'. .' ...TO-'" \- cn!! -*....,. t, .. .,.'.
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Slewert Don McAllister vocalist I,; ;
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and Miss Jerry Anderson vocalistNo .
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& $ ... 1M tetf Mr Pullenteoneuoced invited to the wedding. < ., ,, Second Floor ,.._ 7kktD l
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owl .**. ft* to ..4I meat their home Fouthpol Drive.-in with his 1 ,-
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Miss Cosma: Tomorrow night the John M. : .: '---d',. ', ::t .. i
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tNs -,li) SHt. Vice who universities are leaving this Fall.for colleges The affair and .'- < ..- ..
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....-. --e Lehman. Jimmy Willox and .
arw .. ww ....... Ann W ry. hU orchestra are furnishing the
Ie e.. WiS.. L Ytr& on off dance music. The Dubsdread pool :
Mira .. l.... steed Ind. wBl also be open at this time. .
,. .f*.to.td by lUrKM Those desiring to make table ,'
A Ira reservations have been requestedto f
$411 flsa irrvfd tn the rail Bob Murrah. chairman of II
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1IIiIw ...... aM as Mnd of and Jun Franklin. from whom. I
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Xhudfct btu. btatttntl-6tnrOrlando, Florida, August 24, J 1947 Miss\ LockhartTo
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r _ftMkl n A; Hd Nuptials i1r md about eJf/JzoJ} 71.rYdda Rush PartyA Be ,MarriedTo l

swimming and supper party
in Grovcland will be given by the members of Texas Man,
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}\ ([Jfu'illE the Winter Park-Orlando Kappa
Kappa Gamma. Alumnae Assn. on Mr. and Mrs. William Clarence
"' N era Brttfc. &ad Robert Arnold i Friday at the home of Mrs. Sidney -I Lockhart of Haines City announcethe

.. Wi ...,.f tetalc1tLthe ceremony, thebti.elee1'I By KITTY HENRY, Society Editor. |I Haley, 900 Palmer Ave...Win- engagement of their daughter. .
.. .... I ter Park'from 4 to 6:30: pm.t' r -
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Henry Broth- ,
..... fA..ie *ej resuaa .t then home II*f 183 JO ANNE MJLLARD.daughter of Cot and Mrs.W.W.Millard.t'group Honor of rushees.guests will include a ; erton of Dallas TeL .tt

e. 1d4. * hu returned from the University of Texas in Austin where she Mrs. Jay Staley of Winter Park I Miss Lockhart was graduated
tti 'WIW! wu graduated summa cum laude with a B. A. degree in fine arts in I is chairman of the party and all : from flames Clty\High School and
acting. Miss, Millard was active in varied phases of campus life at alumnae planning to attend are. attended Florifla State University
'j Miss Dodd I requested to contact her for'res where she received a BS degree :
I Texas being a member of Alpha Chi Omega social sorority and a ervaUons. Other members of the She is a member of Kappa Alpha
'J e t as member' of the board of governors of the Curtain Club the university's I I committee are the Mmes. Donald Theta sorority and of Beta Sigma
Gives Plans theater organization. She was also a member of the Army Brats and,Vincent. Donald Cheney and Miss : Phi sorority. For the past year &
I Helen Steinmetz. Miss Lockhart has been
Curtain dub award in offered, a repre-
holder of the Key. the highest acting
k. sentative of the
Equitable life Insurance -
--- for WeddingTM there. the Summer she
During played Society of the United 16
} leads in the two major product Chi States. It- i
3 .mmr of Mi Helm'' lions In addition she starred in Sigma Mr. Brotherton attended schools i

It $ Eedt **.lur *l Mrs 8. J Par- several Radio House" productions. In-Dallas and received his B.A. degree .5-
-- sWt If Wwr PM. to Lawrence" I I!1 In the Fall she will,leave for New Party SetThe from Southern Methodist
",.. 1t..A., .. lHI MI .f Mr and )lrs. HarI York? City to begin bet professional University. .At SMU he was presi-
sM Y < .iti>l., .* Uk place An*. caner, which will be in the theateror Officers' Club will be the : dent of Script and Score student
,-""-''''''p.... M the Wtour Part MrthodiitHjftll I radio. Last night her'sister Miss scene of a banquet and dance on i I musical comedy organization. He
.l I M p. n Tbt Rn'l Darlene Millard entertained with Thursday night when active and also attended Columbia University.
K..M.elt Resin win .& ,'I. cocktail party honoring Jo Anne.; alumni members of Sigma Chi During the war he served 50
.. _....q : fraternity entertain in honor of months with the Navy, 44 of which
: The affair was in celebration of her
... ....1 BUM w.l b* furnished I young men entering college this were spent in the South Pacific
_. .. E w ..... J AC** *Bmulf. TOf -il 21st birthday. It was held at She Fall and their dates. He was at Pearl Harbor during the
dtre111MI1t .... 'i Millard home on Osceola Court in The party 4s scheduled for 7 attack on Dec. 7. He is now on
tre111MI1twest wr4s w... iMnor for MUs Dodd : Winter Park after which the group pjn. Wives and dates of Sigma inactive duty, holding the rank of
.. ; f/I v 1. .t MM RAe Sttptrk Brides attended the weekly dance at Of Chi members will be included in lieutenant [j. g.]. Mr. Brotherton
....... '"f .... .... *** Mis. Aadrry! Condict.i ficers' Club. With the honoree and the invited guests. is a sales executive with Standard
.. i...... .. Urtw Du o. a cousin from hostess guests Included: the Misses tic Viz' Robert K. Michaels is chair- Brands, Inc., attached to the
... .. .. ... 4 kMMff*' and Was Ellen Peggy Walton. Jan RoQison. Peggy' Hwy. man of the affair assisted by Southeastern Regional Sales Of-.
i i ............. I. err .. : i* Scheibla, Maj. Denver Gray. Capt. Bob Moscrip John mack Bob fice in Birmingham Ala. '
0 U.t ,...... wtt terse u best Palmer. Capt.James Dunn a Radcliffe George Kirk and Jim : Plans for the wedding will be
MM fv Mr CtocM&ct Ushers will Norman j II Blake. announced later. --p. JI
.. ?1JiY. M Limed &*t. frsnk Houser andJ Capt. W..rf Prantz. Capt. H.: L. MISS JO ANNE MILLARD _
-4 t1 Kt *. .< Winter Part Mouton CoL and Mrs. C. B. -----
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,: ,.; I 6...... ee. Patieew. 1M ffwnooy a re* HtnkeU Capt. and Mrs. W. P. Wood .graduates'summa cum (laude .
... ',* ....... dew d ..._ _ill be hrid at the Winter Ma). and Mrs. G. A.Pederson and Capt. and Mrs. W. V. Strait Jr.
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- .cigar ttes M ...... et IN faauttn. the wed' 'f RS.T.T.IRVING of the Skyline Terrace,who is spending the Sum1 -
e .a. ,......., ..oi, ..*. Nste w 4 .8t..f town Nests 1' mer in Toronto writes that she attended the International. ...
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., .. .. *ave Wm la11 tEvYoth eration of University Women's conference held In that city on Aug. e +. -
,... > >I 11-15. Mrs.Irving attended as a non-voting delegate of the American .
Association of University Women. Nearly 200 delegates of AAUW ,
joined university women representatives from more than 30 other
IS GOING countries at this first postwar conference of the Ir'UW. Mrs. Irving
win have much to tell about this conference when she returns Orlando -
in the, early Fall because much of the discussion centered
It IHt around the work of the United Nations Educational Scientific andCultural
APPLIANCE CENTER Organization and its relationship to the International Federation -

:, of University Women. The newly elected president of this International \\i AjCVab&j ,; /
Conference of University Women is. friend of Mrs. Irv-

THISE DAYS! I.I ing's the dean.of Queen University 000I Kingston, Canada. oft todaii X. -

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I T TITLE DIANNA LESSER daughter of) Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Lesser.
celebrated her first birthday Saturday when her mother enter-
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tained a group of young children and their mothers with a party at
I i! her home on Brookhaven Dr. A color scheme of pink and white was

UftGC & APT SIZE 1Itt. 1. carried' out In the decorations and favors. Those present with the !
honoree were: David Melrose Kenneth Maynard. Carol Bailey Robert Bride 0/ tomorl'ow ,
rrw fe .a4 C.aRANGES II I Ihndris Lane Ihndns Michael Kahn, Carolyn Hill, Annette Hill, *
_____ I I Katherine Neff Cindy Patterson. Susan Lesser. Robert Lesser.. Billy I' ;
Isbell Patricia Donaldson. Howard Donaldson Jr.. Michael Eloracht,
Ruth Jane Williams Carol Carbeau. and Bill Tedder. f I

NAMI IlAHeS ', \f RS. GEORGE B.BRADLEY 000 has returned from a two weeks' vacation -;I Start her.Silver Service now. f \ I

"* at Daytona Beach. Her daughter. Mrs. Louis T. McCoy i ..
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Niagara Falls. N. Y. where she win visit her daughter . Mr. and i Join our Special l .::%
Mrs. L. H. Darden and son. Harrell Darden. have returned from New
W......"" York City and New Jersey where they spent three weeks. En route
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University of North Carolina this Fall. . Mrs. Philip Bernard Wolfe

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Orlando, Florida, August 24,1947The irqr I fimi bag nttttrt.Star .. .


Booties Although glycerine: Is one of the I r A-. t14>YWw1U .. .

Stewart Heads best-known &solvents some ef Itschemical - -.-.

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[Soec at to The Sunday Sentme?-Starl Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] WIM! !

SANFORD Mr. and Mrs. W. DELAND Retiring Pres. Joe '<

B.Kirby and Mr, and Mrs. Shelly Moires of DeLeon Springs yesterday -
announced that Tom B.Stewart $5.50 Per Roll F.O.I. f fij
I S. Boone of Lakeland left Saturday ,
DeLand attorney and citrus
..1 wJi for CookriHe, and Columbus j grower had been named to suc- Shade for ferns caladiwr.. .... ..........
.1I Term They will also attend the ceed him as head of the Volusia
I County Farm Bureau. shredded steel, 6 ft x 7$ ft .. all...
graduation of Jimmy Kirby in Au-
burn t Moires was elected vicepresident 2x6 inch mesh. 16 gauge ....
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and Gene Kepler. DeLand
.1 Miss Mary Frances McCord of i
citrus grower, was selected secretary ROSS SOUTHERN SALB
Covington. Ga., was the guest of and treasurer. Stewart and ra -

..;; ii 111 t 1..*M.t A&ett H D trtev of how the for it end the Old Folks' Home, jointly called Lutheran Haven, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. McBride Wed-I Jake Harper w isOerve as new I Box 20 San Mateo Flo. ...... P.... r
II will' be broken at services in today. First two units of the nesday. members of the board of directors.
.hl. : .. '.; .* ..H k.* *Kw cempkHd. Grax+d Haven will.Slavia Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Gustavsonof I A membership drive win be I -- ...... s
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-- friends here. 'I plans. John Deal B. J. Nordmann. : : "' .II\. n.

""UlWT.MiIJIf f +kwe Forces Ground'WiII Miss Marion Lundquest is visiting i Morres and Stewart were named "1
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)1lt"'" Lj'if" pt,4... tarn. en Farm in Cordole. Ga. i convention to be held in November THE WATER'S FINE 1
Mrs. E.F.Lundquist and daughter -I at Miami.Human I 1 1i =
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have returned from visit
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eria+lls etlR) si.4 Uadte* with Haven, proposed home for Children and Old Folks in guest of Miss Lena Bell Hagan.W. LOVERS OF THE OUTDOORS THH tH +
Slavia Oviedo at 11:30 A. Morrison and family are [ to The Sundoy Sen*.nel-Star
t'lledl.Net 1m China ytcterdiy near a.m. today. in South Carolina. ICAL PARK HAS EVERYTHING Te
..... I.. The 61-acre is located 426 south of visiting NEW SMYRNA BEACH-A human -
St.Luke's I
plot on Highway ,
TIIW .. *ttlel IN"'IW" bIIlb&; punt Patrolman and Mrs L. C. Ben- skeleton, probably that of FECT DAY'S OUTING AT THI -
__ :: ... fg4. I'**** UW ... loan on a. Slovak Evangelical Lutheran Church. The local der have returned from a visit to Cary Martin. 44-year-old Negro. ANYWHERE. ..... j ji

__ .. skttSlklit.I fm MM t* Mitfe n4 of Be\ra -I chairman pastor, the of Rer.the Stephen building M.committee Tuhy-,' the Carolinas. Edward and Higgins Georgia.Mrs. has. arriv-I, miles was found West of Thursday the Tomoka about Farms six SANLANDO SATISHB I tI I jI

l A*. I will have charge of the cere- ed from Arlington Va., where she i near Samsula. The body was I II
: IfettJttf .! the nn vu injured mony. Other members of the Osceola! School visited her daughter and son-in- I found by Murray and Lourcey I ALL DAY OK EVENING AMAtt Iii .
-.I.IWM **4 ttw surmrt .u sat dtsuted. building committee are A.Duda Jr.[ law Lt. Comdr. and Mrs. John W.I Bryan cattlemen' at the farm I PICNIC' AND SWIMMINGACIUMI' Afc4 :" &
11 vfettt >fcfUof the Marl& 10 turn and Martin Stanko both of Williams.Mr. who notifed the sheriffs office. J "
Oott 81.ria. and Mrs. J. J. Bony returned -' I- ", J I
: t.. 'J II tfl' to tfwM for a takeoff Peace Justice Poorbaugh. act-
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tare.Ml,. feto} (teck and to ai&bu The fint two units kof the Meeting SlatedSpecial from Rochmart Ga. They will ing coroner accompanied Deputy
... ijK. fe4 to few raS**. Airport Lutheran Haven will cost $113XI9. ,- be here until Wednesday when!Sheriff Russ Galbreath Murrey
!. <**f lNwftte. sported that the The contract was let to they will visit In Griffin Ga. Bryan and Clyde Hart a cattle .
4errl14n sal BM IIttGUt.aWll Joseph E. Kelley of Orlando. [ l to The Sunday Sen'mel-Stall Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Erlenweimand ranger to the scene. Galbreathsaid .
Because of Government restrictions daughter. Doreen of Columbus Martin had been r
KISSIMMEE Fifty-three Os- O. were guests of Mr. and reported <<
the construction of the Lutheran June 12 :
missing by Sellers and
WRIGHT Haven was retarded since ceola County public school teach- Mrs. John W. D. Moore'of San- that Sellers and his crew had !

Cast. CtUM January 1946. The above amount ers will attend general assemblyat ford.Kay made a search for him without .
NRei Old Stark does not Include furnishing the the Osceola High School audi- Shoemaker has returned result. ,,_ n T __ .. ....'. _
from visiting his aunt. Mrs. J. S.I .
: buildings. It is estimated that it f
where
torium tomorrow County +
will take six months to completethe Tharp in New Jersey. i 1 1
11I-- Means To Get Revenue ATTENTION MODEL I
educational leaders will meet with David Bach has arrived from
two buildings which will be
tiu .. r....... pm owned and operated by the Slovak them to plan the coming school Flushing N. Y. to visit A. K. I I! Sought by Commission You will find our Model Dportew4

.,8: '1"" .--- Evangelical Lutheran Church, a year.The Shoemaker Lt. G E. Broome Jr. returned from [Special to The Sunday Sent ne!-Scr) plete line of airplane boat raetft? ...E.\1

national Lutheran group affiliated meeting at the high schoolis Camp Lejune N. C. where he DELAND-In order to discuss a railroad kits. and accessories that w4l > P T
with the Conference of
Synodical a prelude to a two weeks' pre- served at Marine means of raising $38000 needed
.. temporary duty particular model builder.
North>> America. school conference scheduled Aug.I Officers School.James { revenue for the next fiscal year. i
The public is invited to attend. There are also period reHkU t> eeualafr ...
tM'JWf"; 26-SepL 5, to be attended by instructors Bowen student at Duke Mayor Leo Fugle Friday night
in Kissimmee schools. I University is visiting for three : called a special commission meet- as the latest streamlined model
MAKtlEKVKEOf Songs led by the Rev. J. E. weeks with his sister and brother- ing for tomorrow night at 7:30 Our kits range! in price front 19 to R... ...
-- ........ ....., CommissionerVotes Hurt, First Chirtian Church, will in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Ables. I pm. The meeting will be open to is something for
.. IkwI.) .; J..! 1I open the meeting. Rev. J. E. Jenkins I Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Graham are the public. ereryone.
First Methodist Church will I visiting in South Carolina. The commissioners are expectedto Make our department TOUT Hobby lies lts $.
Self give the invocation and words of consider raising the minimum i

, . welcome will be spoken by Rev. I Annually since Pres. Woodrow water rates for residents out of the "
Langlands.Episcopal Church. Wilson administration the United city limits from $2 to $3 a hike
I- F4wtg: Out of Job Sam Brammar county school I States and Canada have ob- in utility tax to nine per cent, 214 N. 6668Maley's
superintendent, will discuss served Fire Prevention week dur- charging for garbage collections II.
[ISpecal to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] school laws pertaining to the Tel. WII
Central/ ing the week that includes the and discontinuance of the 10 per ..
DELAND City Commissioner new foundation program to date. Oct. 9. the anniversary of cent reduction in water biDs ifi &'ItlJt.. J1'I.' "q1" .
,,.,HIe' Largest Everett White voted himself out which Florida schools are being the Chicago fire, 75 years ago. i i paid before the 10th of the month.
of a Job Friday night. I ,adapted and W. J. Woodham
/ Mayor Leo Fugle moved that of St. Cloud I I
reAf/t furniture supervising pricipal ------
White be named acting Mayor schools will speak on the rela- I ABCDIAPER
Departments during his anticipated absence for I tionship of the teacher to the SERVICENew
several weeks. The motion was defeated new program. .
i STOftKLINE by a three to two vote when}I I Mrs Annise EUans, elementary Accounts and Future
i KROLL White Joined Comrs. Holden and I,. supervisor for the county will discuss -I Reservations Are Solicited
THAYER Johnson in opposing his nomina-I the State supervisory program Telephone1171 I
tion. No further action was taken. in elementary schools. I ORLANDO WINTER PAR

The commissioners unanimously I I Lunch will be served to the assembly i
approved a resolution at the High School cafete- a'-
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naming Asst. City' MJT. GeorgeBattenburr : ria and the afternoon program I 20 PIECEBREAKFAST
will at 2 with Vernon N
as acting city manI I open pm.
,
L ager daring the absence of Fred Dozier, supervising principal of. SET

nixti'ers: Gross city manager.By j I Bartow er's retirement.schools speaking on teach- i OPEN$4.95 STOCK :

a four to one vote the commissioners I Certification of teachers win be

AM. named Sidney Taylor the subject of Harry M. Bradley. THE' CHINA MART
-= - assistant city attorney at the request -II Kissimmee Elementary principal. I
111-413 N. Orange Are. Tel 2SS4Florence
-- -- -- -- of Neill E. Jackson, city at- and Brammar will later interpdet \

torney. Jackson said he neededTaylor's teacher qualification and salary End of Summer Warehouse clearance of odds and ends. Many u.* .! .....
assistance in order to expedite -
the great amount of legal schedules.principal John E.of Davis Kissimmee supervising Welcomes yoe to I close out items. Come early Monday morning and profit by t.et ..

fJ work required by the city. Taylor's Schools will close the assembly. I FLORENCEBEAUTY ings.
employment will be at no extra ;

cost to the city. James H.:Harrington, a Chicago 1 SHOP DINING ROOM AND DINETTES I
tourist won a $1,000 war bond for Hair Shaping FRET; *Ufc
: Stone age gamblers used crudely being the 3 million visitor to I Permanent {
( ' Ask about Facial DeMOastratiOB. WAS NOW 'We
scratched markings for their versions -
., the Carlsbad Caverns of New Mex- 21 S. ORANGE ATE. PH. Slit i' PC. WALMTT DINING ROOM 1 Aluaianm a.4 ..... 1111 erk
of craps and other gambling. ico last June. SUITE .$239SO SHUt S PC,, each
sR I I 1 Arvin S pee Red and White suite 89.50 4'-5t 2 InTinithed S pc eikN.el. If
I 1 Oak Kiae 9 pr. Solid Oak __ ._._ 89.50 SJ-i 11 Duett C..... ASee
... FAMOUSCALART 1 PitUfcnrjh Range S )Ie. Plastic Top 98.50 6J-i stered Red. Dies M4 sow.
Glass For All Purposes OWENS-: 2 Daystroia S DC. Chrome and Plastic each .
ILLINOIS I Top each ____.___.._ 98.50 MJO 12 MahKcaiv aMI RMM _
I (Artificial) FLOWERS 1IJ:1! : 2 Douglas S )Ie. Red and White hair*. l........... haia ... _
I Moat Natural Artificial FIrs Mad i FRENCH MIRROR PLATE GLASS Inc. ENSULUX 'I I Chrome and Porcelain each __ 79.50 49-S 12 I'nfulshedK ....... (P _
MANY VA.In"Iu-ALSO VASES BLOCK : 1 S pc Dinette Solid. Oak tpholster- Mabany fed C1aAe.. Med
Sold CxdtiMvdy By Distributor; Serving Florida since 1908 Chair Seats 79.50 49.M Put Seats ea.. _
ANGEBILT FLORAL SHOHE GLASS
\ UtuattM Ph. 9651) AnttbUt Hotel 75 W. Pine St. TeL, 5144 i
I' BEDDING AND BEDROOMWAS
3 3I 3K 3t
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2 Bahama 34" Hollywood Beds each 64.50 49.M S War Ma Beds. 11D
2 Full Size Odd Beds, Sultan and 1 >antUe Siam > 111
1i Maple, each __ M.50 21M 1 Bod. ; Chafr. INy
2 Twin Size Odd Beds 1 Steel, 1 2 cedar Ch.O.. R4r.
H I II Maple, each _.__ to% off 1 Twin Bus ........
I O 2 Twin Size Hollywood Beds Sealy with If MM P4I/a
.' Ttftless Mattress and Box Spring Stand and l..f. -
,\ complete with legs, each _.. ___ 73.50 ,1.5' C IM% WM ........ arA tI _
;- "- ". It Hollywood Headboards Assorted 14 Sofa PHI_., A..... 4I111ia.
,-.-- 'o!-- .' each .__. ..____...._._ 195 14.91 each _
.1 :.'", '_ 4 Foldaway Beds Without Mattress 1 2 ,e. RM .... .... ally, .
:t 0 each ....._.._.....'__.. 12.93 '.'5 11 Bed Spread. CbAlllst y
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WAS NOW ttlA
I 3 DF LUXE 5 PC. BRIDGE SETS S Glider Chalet. led ainl -. .
i STEEL and PLASTIC each --- 4250 27J Green.. Mho. ...jk.
I I 5 pc Steel and Plastic Bridge Sets, 11-
each _._ 26.95 19.Si 1 Glider, AH IteH, >+ MH _
i 15 Bridge Chairs Padded Seats. Steel SOak and C..... -.*. ... -I
}!: Frames each ...._ 425 I." ers, earn ___ N _
21 Folding Steel Outdoor Chairs As 7 Aswted Pw** M4 e.1sorted
.. 1 Colors, each 415 z." each ___ -. ., . 4tlti.

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NOW --.....
't <4< Coaster Wagers, Large Size, Ban S Car Seat t>aaafd MtjMK :a I
0' Bearing each -. ..__ 17.95 995 l3 Assorted Tejj, *
1 Tham HI rba*. iMsMMBiholstered. r
0 1 Stebert Carriage Slightly Shopworn 34_95 U." laitid M _
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i \ 9oc 3 DoD Carriages each ____ 13.95 (95 1 Blonde ( ;'. R...I -. ...
11 F k vC 1y 4 Tricycles All Steel, 2 year size. able Hefrht .< M_ _ .
1 each 12.!95 .95 I B..... CMh, R.... __ .
I \ \ 11 Esmond Baby Blankets 231 Wool, 1) Chair A*...... "> ..
each 4.95 2.95 X Chiflerehes. 14a4i. w etu elr ill!

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\. I 18 Occasional Tables. Assorted Blonde Maple or Mahoany. eatli '

\ \ .. 1 I 7 Occasional Chain, JIahoany or Blonde, each no____ .._.._h . It II I


I ". i ONE EMERSON RADIO
SEVEN STROLL** t
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PHONOGRAPH COMBINATION I
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,0 Table Model. Mahogany Cabinet i
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.1 4. I I Was $119.75, Now $74.50 Now $5.7. ..u



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r 9 All Linoleum Ran and Yard Linoleum .- . _
:0. 11 Bijelow Sanford Rayon Faced Rags, 9 x 12 Rose Green Ta.. $..e. dlY .. ...
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f**,5* fill fm in i dIM l>y fmumMl! A s.ietll7dre. 358 .

..,. ...,. .!.. ...= jut made every .day ..precious flatties with .

4+ biArwitut. t..... HLV m fit InMnVAJ M ii {.yea. or sling back...as see in Ser.... I STATE ST .FURWTU.Jm ..

dosedL. .
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$22.95 WAREHOUSE

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tt JI! ... h lit rl.ett| Orlando, Florida, August 24, 19471 Election DateSetSept.30 Mr. ColemanHonor I 1 1"-_ _... --. ""tt' .:-

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" I I t Miss Johnston The Staleys I GuestAt '

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: To Wed Soon I Entertain x/i.R.:' .z At Holly Hill Daytona x' = ":.

? .xA3 ISoeoof to The Sundew Sen net.Star! I [Soe-ol: to The Sunder Sind. .., .
/ # tt 1$ \- f VxKCtOCD See'r.I.Sar! ) 'Four Guests DAYTONA BEACH Sept. 30 !I DAYTONA BEACH-f& < .- to 1" &

.04 Itt Un. John J.tnfl las the date set by the Holly Hill man was guest of honor THI***.

o fro ttl+ttsN S 4diS tae* the engage- lr MIL 1ED GEOIGESpecnl : M Council for its..special election on at a surprise birthday putr ....
$ t t1 <.t .M 'PPl'Nchtnlln.rrtue oft the proposed 'sewerage disposal 4a
I [ to The Sunday 5entnel-Storl : 1 his daughter. yMS
for him
by
{ .th ..f -.....,., Uarilyn. to Eugene plant, sewerage, lines and other I:
e # tow**** ChrtrtUnvm of Milwau OSTEEN-Mr.and Mn.Roy Sta- I Improvements of,its. water system. :I Guy Pellett and )(rI. B. L. ......
!.. Wl* lap .f Tbama O. Chrisof i, ley recently entertained her mater According to the resolution all Iof Orlando. Tht Coleman it.Ipa
felt ........ Lanen. WU. Mrs. Winifred Wagner and ,qualified voters may cast a ballot. gathered at tht horn of Mm PM
vhe. J*ltMtflll attended Stetson daughter. Eleanor, and Mrs. "Only, taxpayers should be allowed
.k .1 *4L ttaat.er.Nl ....,. .h.* WM a mem : to vote because they're the lett dent from tutee tr
M tps .f *f Alpha XI Delta and for the Emma Scott and daughter.. Joan ones who-will pay for It," declared beach?for a picnic.
riiI a.., .*** war l KM. Nn employed with of Buffalo, N. Y. 1 Mrs. Anna Spriggs. secretary of i Other members of kl.s tendon
t.. o.anll\fl\t of Agriculture in i Mr. and Mrs. Van Rouse of 4 . >the Holly Hill Taxpayers League. : present were Mr CBlemaa else
Ar enAn. Bat according to',,City Atty.
Washington D. c.,returned home f Pellett and daughter >Btta, f !
It* ChrfeUanMMi served three after spending their vacation with ,. :L Ossinsky.. "property vwncrs as
t*.t to U* Army Air Corp, in her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John I such don't pay for ,it. It's the Dansby and son Lrwla. Mi tear y
and shstd..SMary
ajut irMM Amanda and at presM Lawrence. ;. people who ase it who pay for it. Mrs. Henry Coleman
Yt .
I ; Robert CM
Ann and Hank,
< Sprncrrian Col Remember this Is
H at rR4mt : a revenue ;
Mr. and Mrs. Vernal Carroll.
i 1- - --
trf* Hi ftftfwautr*. f i certificate not a bond Issue..
Bluford Carroll and
Mr. and Mrs.
The *. Miftt wUI take plate In The council also heard two r i
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Carroll have
Wit.,1ItH In late September, I returned to their homes after visiting complaints that the new Ridge- I ,

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1 40 wood Ave roller skating link is Maqnavox
relatives in Jasper and Birmingham
# pM / Traffic M South Dakota higha I ruining business of near-by tourist
Ala.
.. t It up 2t JW'f rent from last Mrs. Homer. Sutton of Sanford. . courts.. They came from Mrs.G. late J Pieter .t J ,
mr th. tat* highway commistyM H. Naramore. owner of the
u convalescing at the home of her
,
ales malt. t ( Greenland Tourist Courts, and l
,i parents, Mr and Mrs. B. F.Burke. I y n f.y
---- I Mrs. 'Pauline Fernandez, whose
I Mr. and Mrs.P.Carroll of Glads- 7 -
.
I +I, I husband operates the Spinning
visited his brother and I
Af*4rf f ft BiagsWARREITS : j Wheel Cabins.
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I Carroll for a weeks' vacation. & ; && # & ? ,;, *. i! The owner has made arrangements -
_ to have the rink sound
I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crofut of | \ : .:*;;: *
t1 tBfa Orange City spent Tuesday with! ? # ,, .... j, I proofed thus eliminating 85 per
cent of the
noise to
according
68 I Mrs. Leila Wood. x. .
Winter+ Pork Phone 'V .n Mayor Ectert.I .
: I Ii Il
stir... Qr.A Mrs. W. S. Whitten of Birmingham : -
aeJ k _
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is her brother-
Ala. visiting T
'n in-law and sister. Mr.and Mrs. B. I MISS ELIZABETH HOPE BROWN I I The RvansAre

F. Burke. . daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Brown of Beckley, W. Va,
Edd Farrell of Akron. O., is visiting m
whose to Harold Allen Hall of Mr. and Mrs. 1
engagement son i
f K his wife and family for two GuestsAt
.Q ; weeks. I J. W. Hall of Sanford, has been announced. Miss Brown I

The Baptist Sunday School picnic I'' graduated from Seabreeze High School in Daytona Beach and I l
was held at Lake Ashby attended Stetson University. Mr. Hall graduated from Semi- Dinner
Wednesday. Twenty-seven members -I nole High School in Sanford and also attended Stetson. He !
swam played games and had If HELEN SNODGRASS
dinner on the beach. i served in the Navy three and one-half years. The wedding will [Sere QI to The Sunday Sent ne'-Sfarl t e
l Mr. and Mrs. Paul Piety spent be an event of Sept. ))9 at 7 p.m. at the First'Baptist Church in ENTERPRISE.and Mrs.M.H. .

.l s Friday in Orlando.Mr. I I Daytona Beach. .i Ryan were dinner guests of A ,
.wtt and Mrs. Robert Williams Mrand Mrs. C. J. Jones of Lake I
? and family spent Sunday with Monroe Friday.
Miss Eva Williams in Orlando. end.Mr. Cards have been received from I
Mrs. Bennett and Mrs. T. P. Warlow Jr. i Mrs. O. Q. Sellers and her party -- PI
Mrs. Milwee are leaving Sunday for a tour in I I that they have arrived in Niagara
the mountains of North Carolina. Balls.
Ends Visit
They also plan to stop by Wil- Mrs. O. C. Peters of Miami is j
.t Will Teach liamsburg Va. the week-end guest of Mrs. Anna
e. At Altamonte Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Anders will I Glass and Miss Doris Faber. I ,: I +
%-. At spend next weekend in West Palm Miss Veronica Goodwin. Daytona E
'
Longwood
[Speciol: to The Sunday Sentinel-Storl Beach. Beach visited her parents.
: Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Brad- Mr. and Mrs. W. Goodwin
I A. ,
The Sentmel-Stor]
[Speciol to Sunday t ALTAMONTE SPRINGS-Mrs.
ford and young son. Robbie are Monday .
LONGWOOD At Lyman C. L. Bennett left last week for 1 L
School teachers start this week to visiting In Athens. Ga. I Mr. and Mrs. John Light and t
work two weeks before the Fall''! Toronto. Canada. Mrs. Bennett Mrs. Helene Megargee left last :, daughter. Patsy spent the weekend -
term opens. Nearly all teachers I'I has been the house guest of Mrs. week for a visit with her son In with relatives in Branford.
... Laura Davidson. Ridgeway. N. J. ; L E. Hamilton of Belle Glade
a have been re-engaged. Mrs. Ray-
I .w....t.Mi burn Milwee, who was on'leave last Miss Lois McCuHough of Savan- The board of directors of the I and Mrs. Anna Russell of Wrens
year will teach singing and English -.I nah. Ga.. and Miss Marjorie Cal- ,, Altamonte Springs Chamber of Ga.. have been called home on account -- s ---
this I loway of Hinesville. Ga.. are'the Commerce met Friday night at the : of the serious illness of their
WMM MOININGS WILL BE BRIGHT year. house of Mr. and Mrs. B. House and I ..
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jtnkins of I t guests Community acceptedJ. father. C. M. Hamilton. 'TheOn G
!I D. McIntosh Jr. A few friends E. Matthews' resignation as Mr. and Mrs. Hassell Brown and
insl .... .... r.AtA 4. Y.wr fcu..pr1nIlft.ttres. and Freeport, L. L, have moved into were entertained at their home president. Vice president J. D. daughter Barbara of Orlando
.... IVpnW MI BUSS the Arnold home on Greenwood !I I ( !! ...
"r eo.bs's..- atWI en.tektnao Lake. Jenkins is connected with Thursday in honor of the guests. Morrison will succeed Matthews as were dinner guests of Mr. and
..... a44 ++N4 ... ...1 "....ull. .ddmc. Premier of Mr. and Mrs. Edward N. Mitchell president.Dr. j} Mrs. H. R. fliers Wednesday. hem $1 lff MVhejvliiskb
the Roofing Co Or-
Jernigan :
tai I.a. /..... A/svt psi. Tr.er factory to YoulMrW. lando. left last week for Boston where i and Mrs. D/S. Davidson and Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Allen are I

Mr. and Mrs.W. S. Arnold have they will visit until Sept. 1. They I t daughter. Barbara of Sarasota, I! planning to return tomorrow from
I ... .... ill. .* ngM '1'.11I.. to |. Mker to CtaUal moved ,into their new home on I will then go to Nova Scotia and visited Dr.Davidson's mother Mrs.I I a vacation in St. Petersburg.
Dixie Highway. will return to Altamonte Springs I Laura Davidson. They left Wednesday -
tt/I I* Comfort"Hk Longwood Hotel has entertained j' the last of September. I for Eugene Ore where |\ Radar win soon be used to heal
... rsctaav ar. many special parties MaxmiI- I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L. Home Dr. Davidson will be connected | the body by heating living tissues
..ax.lots .It.. lian Shepard. hotel owner, spent left Friday for Pisgah View Ranch with the University of Oregon. : in conditions where that is desir- W..... '-"
_ last week In New York. I N. C.They will return next week- He is a doctor of anthropology. I able. ... .
t \-M \\&n Mrs. W. J. Wells Jr. and bin: I L ---

Myrtle Tangent are, taking the !

: U ) A T T \ \ hassee.teacher's Mr.Summer Wells course and Mr.at Talla Lar-

f
gent spent the week-end there.
.iDO T1( 211JJ t
Mrs. Forest French and children i
and Mrs. Harold Jackson and
children: are spending the monthof g t

August at Daytona Beach.
Mr. and .Mrs. Edwin King
-- ".,. s 1IK4YtlvnK recently !
married Dayton O; were
r guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pfeiffer.
I The Baptist Women's Circle met ,,t:

1. I Monday Missions.to study Aid to Communal 't} VVliV/VV iV Y i VVVf1t Vti Vt .

Longwood Card Club was recently -
entertained by Mr' and Mrs.S. Great Savings in the Most Complete Stock of Maple Furniture for Every R.*. m lilt Itn. rnt
L. Tuppcr and Mr. and Mrs. C.

A. Wales.Claude. .
II UEngle: of the Veteran's
-t' Bureau. St. Petersburg and Mrs.
LEngle and two children are I .
stopping at the Keystone Apts.,
while enjoying their vacation at i
: Sanlando Springs.Mr. I
I and Mrs. Woodrow Prescott
have moved into their new home 1 4
I on East Church St. I II !' t wL Y

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I CofC Manager Outlines

: Clean-up Council Work j .

!'Soeciol to The Sunday Sentinel.Sfarl I yI:
I DAYTONA BEACH C of C ;
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Mgr. Hall I rw ers:
; Harry has outlined the
work done so far in the Cleanup I t .
Council Project No. 1.
ift I .
Within the bounds of Glenview Rock Mel i I LIT"
Ave. Halifax River, Harvey SL, &_ '

carry and the out Ocean its cleanup the council program will as i \ :: S = Soft GrSprmj M ...... iL ..

a prototype for.the rest of the ,
city. In the C of C lobby is displayed I __.... .... . ' .4ft. ... A .... .

I a large-scale map showing ......_. J..... .,. L_:
by means of van-colored! pins the i'; '-""'" the
trouble spots in this vicinity I'
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Two Eating Places .

\ Closed at Daytona Rt, IL ..

Soeciol[ l to Tr>\ Sunday Sen'mel Sfarl
DAYTONA BEACH-Two pub- _
lic eating places on the Mainland [it i-- Sale ..
have been closed by the Volusia! _
County Health Unit for falling to ', I [ Knee Hole Desks
comply with health regulations. ]
C. E. Luther inspector reported. I Coffee Tablesi
J
They were given ample time to .
make necessary changes. Luther
said and will be permitted to reopen I End Tables
as soon as they comply.

...,.,.,...,.,....,. e Lamp Tables t

} t :, 3 Nite Tables _- ; WW ,..A ..1I- r 1

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t I Bridge Lamps f\
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d1iflikLLA c-
Drop Leaf & r.

I ,, 3 Piece Spring Cushion Living I : _

Room or Sun Parlor Suite Refectory Tables r -- ..
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I ,., .... MA! \ / t. tIt*k lODger llnet. . I ,,' Regular $198.50 Buffets 4 _.

.... ..... I... . p.f Itetioa in tailoring. I INNEHSPRINGMATTRESSES ; Corner Cabinets I Sole
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tr ..i ..rf "....., f. ir 1 HEIGHT -ldl 5'9- whistle two In 10 ,cannot. ,
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&ilt1 : if ftftj rtlerre1lkfthp I 1....... GEORGE GALLUP Sweetheart Heart. and Per 0' My
r fn' Anrron Institute Pubbc Opinion) DRESS
'$.d I fir e"t" ...,.r.test A gabber>> 6 PRINCETON. N. J. -The aver- ] = progressive The American attitude people toward have a S

****> t.... .I tom, I fV ..14..... Croat age American male stands five I etDe social problems. many

fill.... I feet nine inches tall weighs 158 I They favored removing taboos Z

.t. r '" 1M All UIIlEINJI DI. I pounds prefer brunettes base- !I I on the long discussion before health of venereal authorities disease 1
ball and french fried potatoes
: J! h .. . ._! Iws f .SCM MMlAcsdtny..:-.-- II and thinks good companionship U. |! started favors such campaigns.requiring The pregnant public :

--' " 1s a more important quality in a 1h11// < mothers in all States to take blood FALL WEAR.

wife than good looks ability to tests for syphilis and laws' every .
where to require similar tests of
cook or anything else. t all couples seeking marriage li-
MILITI The average American woman \\M o censes.i .
t1p is five feet four, i I Typical parents are convincedthat
weighs 132 WEIGHT young people should be Crepe Dream 11III _
1CM I DE MV thinks her 132 LBa W ,. 158 IBS. taught more about sex before ,
health would be :, they get married, and the mA-
better if she, ate jority would like to see coursesIn and Coats.Stool f I r .
) ,* FLORIDA less can't stand IF YOU ARE AN average American in physical appearance, sex education given In every
an unshaven your height and weight will be close to those shown on the high school.

z i.v.. Masers with face thinks hus- above chart. I' They are also disturbed by the Awl
erg sax lr t. t.era Mew...t tleIatheff AstodaAuorta- bands drink too.. amount of Juvenile delinquency
m !JIf s 0 Aew.eteux tl'clsools' much prefers Americans say. Long en gag e-| In bringing up children Amer- today but they think that the
-a iI atf iMaU... el the United o marriage to a ments are better than short. Sta- ,ican parents don't believe in spar- parents, not the children are A Varied SetatfM{ If _
-saesuae An AccreditedLMN \rrnira Lake career but wants tistics show that engagements of'ing the rod. Eight out of 10 adults chiefly to blame.In .
-... eiela al. idled EnroUIt. One-tenth are the word "obey" three months or less lead to three were spanked as children and spite of holding many pro-
... ....... 3we ......... Blonde taken out of the times as many divorces as en- seven out o( 101 e.ea gressive attitudes nearly half the Sizes 9 to Hlielenn

.... .+- a..e.et113 wedding ceremony. gagements of two years or more. II approve of I people have some pet superstitionto
"The typical wife believes that .spanking but notby which they cling. One in 10 believes
l1&3.e Il $......, ........t Those are a few of the hun wife alone teachers in -
neither husband nor : that
throwing spilled salt
.-... .isaave Ileainer I& hknnrr, n.rWa dreds of facts about the American . school. '
the
should control family '
the shoulder
purse over avoids bad luck.
:Y ,T W-.v t**:::!J I.Raleabe// people which polltakers : strings: she thinks they shouldbe 'I I The typicalcity One in three believes knocking Other lAfprIArri.iiy"
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hare gathered in the course of
$ partners in managing house- family says on wood and one In five thinks a
many years of questioning. hold finances. Most arguments it is spending 50 i black cat across the path means ....
Besides its regular polling of between husband and wife, she I per cent more : trouble. Women are ,more superstitious -
i public opinion on public issues says are about money jealousy,I r money- for food than men.
the Institute has accumulated and children, in that order. I than it did four Edison Eating out of an evening is a
X. data on the customs habits Neither men nor women want i J years ago and 4 hours sleep favorite pastime but if the typical
$'1 foibles superstitions, fears, likes divorce laws made easier. I its advice to young people is: American could order absolutely
dislikes blindspots and.. minor The typical woman ranks Don't get married on less than anything he wanted for dinner STORE AIR.C0TTT
- prejudices of the American people kindness, good temper and consideration I $50, a week.PHYSICAL. without regard to cost he would
I"ej d 'hummer -largely in response to requests in a husband above TRAITS shun fancy dishes with unpronounceable -
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5.- made from time to time such qualities as, moneymaking I Four out of every-10 of us have French names and
It.J.EI '01& by sociologists psychologists editors -, I stick to fruit vegetable ,
1. 11tnt' for ) ambition, good looks or even ,brown eyes; one-third have blue cup soup / ,..
' and other students of human steak
L+ faithfulness. She wishes AmerIcan i and potatoes, peas, rolls and :
-111 the rest gray hazel green or
_)1011 IliaNr flat'orr.tt behavior. Throughout history.,, men were more romantic I : butter apple pie a la mode and
r. races and nations have sometimes black. 1 I coffee. That's his favorite meal. I I
lit bdl t 'or )'011r. been better remembered for their after marriage. She thinks it I When asked "How would you ; Americans feel the need of
r J'I I is silly for a min to kiss a woman's describe the color of your hair?,"
I ........ UI"r small human quirks than for their r hand-but he ought to remove American adults replied as follows -I more knowledge: half of us would
great deeds and grand battles. his hat in the elevator. i like to enroll in adult education H Hti

S ; N Mars If the were traditional to land on man the USA.tomorrow from.I, The average American man or I Brown: hair ...__...__.__.__.. 48% 1 classes thirds. of.Two-us !_____ <

white__ __ 22
: thinks three children i Gray or w .
and to observe woman are i
I begin would like to own
..... the patterns of daily life and I the ideal size family. Women i Black ..... ,._. ...14 our own business I 1 :
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140 million : think the first child should not i Blonde.0: 8
thought specimens ...
among The five peo- !
Red .. . . . . '1
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of Homo Aremicanus. he the second year of - -- -- -- - pie most admired j
Cvsfard would discover things like this: marriage and that the husband i That adds to 99 per cent. The i i I by the American 'I j 1
OUR COMPLAINTS |should help take care of it. Husbands 'other one per cent are the gentle" I public are Gen. \
i men known as "skin heads so I
I are non committal about : .
Douglas MacAr-
One in three of us 'complainthat ,1
i totally bald that there isn't evena
let CrtomIf our feet hurt-mostly from that.The thur, Gen.D .
stray hair anywhere.
o corns, fallen arches and bunions. most important qualitiesin Whoever said gentlemen prefer wig h t Eisen- La Guordla .
a wife says the typical Amer-
hover Winston
One In five are like Howard II blondes was mistaken.' Six
ican male. are good companionship. Churchill.Pres.Truman,
Hughes-they have trouble with and Secy
out of 10 they
men say
every
Intelligence and talent for
of State George C. Marshall . -
their hearing. If you ace on a' prefer brunettes three in 10 -
: diet you have plenty of company: ; homemaking. in that order. He : Nearly half of us think Hitler is
prefer blondes the rest redhaids.
thinks that girls nowadays do .
t td'M't bl t'lel' 14aliftt one-third of American adults are I too still alive.
One-tenth of the population is
much kissing and petting before :
Who
: W .. Irsta It'" elf h' ....MattQ either dieting or avoiding certain marriage. He believes that mar- Iin a class with Hal Newhouser, Lincoln was? greaterWashingtonor Americans Lincoln
say -
foods.We're ried men are happier than bache- Detroit Tigers pitcher left- by 2-to-l 7'
not a nation of hyporendriars lors. But he thinks women nag handed. I Ninety-six per cent of Ameri-
.. T a ue If! PHONE 2-3127: however. Most people too much and he wouldn't want [RECREATION cans believe in God and 76
per
-.Ix In every 10-say their i'to I vote for a woman for Presi- Baseball and basketball are the cent believe there is a life after
health Is good.American dent. American male's two favorite 1
death . A little more than half
\ to watch. He gambles once
W3I"1. 111 ikt **. eyesight, though is FAMILY LIFE I in sports a while-chiefly on card games go to church.
not so good. Two-thirds of the i i About six in 10 smoke and near-
events bingo etc. and
1 sports _
adults in this country wear glass- The typical American goes to' ly half have tried to give up smok-
I I I admits that he loses more than he
weeknights.I
bed at 10 o'clock
."" I tea. Half of those wear them read-1 allj||I an hour later on on Saturday. He I II 'I' wins. Approximately six out of ing Are at you one time happy or? another. rub ulNij11
.. ".", >>he time the other half for ',I gets up at 6:30: on weekday mor- 10 adults drink liquor wine or per cent of Americans Thirty-eight +
I ing and the movies. : say they i
and about
nings, at 8 o'clock on I beer
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j are very happy 57
About two-thirds of the population Only one-fifth have sundaY'j I r the same numberare per cent fairly
has a cold or grippe durIng o happy. Only four per cent are not
UNDERWEAR i the Winter, and even in ting to sleep at return opposed of nationwide to a happy, and one per cent don't wedding fIq
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night, but one-
,.., July one person in 20 has a cold. third they I prohibition. know .whether. they are happy or
say not. When
I asked what the
The incidence of colds is 60 percent find it hard to The typicalwoman's term
in "happiness" means twice as lipstick
greater the lower income sportsare
... NsMkflhjIkI group than in higher income morning.get up in In the likely to be ment many to people named either adjust-
one's environment or good
( levels but whether this ter the confined to
/J> ls due to food, shelter clothing family Win-I swimming and terial health success.as named money or ma- It's 1st" . x... rrr.rti w.r.,.
I .r nature of work is not known. house I i. walking and for Barbara Hatton _.- .- -, t

: The chief diet deficiency of the. 70 degrees recreation she Thrice-divorced Have Your AutoSTEAMGREASED log .Kfttotk, fe toChooie ..- ___
American people, ludnng by a daytime 60 deTed Lewis !likes to read listen to the radio

tIM, i f Kt survey habits on Is eating c1t.ru.sfrult.a grees get at night.to workhappy EverybodyTo 38% are.I and likes play to travel cards and occasionally.is not yet convinced :She- ,I II Motor and chassis a ff.. 1M .. ..... _

and raw ,. that a plane Is safe I 1fg\
as asa
greens sources I- the average non-farm worker train. steam cleaned and //IIf, IUD-D1 KffAmsUJ CIa"", .e. .....
travels about two I *
miles which I lubricated
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of Vitamin C.
.. takes him about 15 minutes. One- If Americans could go anywhere i *
..., ...., Although nutri third go home for lunch while I! they would list their preferencesin AUTO SUN* VISORS* FltAIi. I-_.''a
tion experts insist 4Yl this order
v the rest either take lunch with : England, France I
,. t4 ,11RI1' that the human ; them or eat in a restaurant or Germany Russia. Italy Switzer- 19.95CLLNTOSE .
body must cafeteria. land, Ireland and Norway. If they SPRAY WAXING '
At
family meals fewer i
... .. flJttl conaume'those than one-third of Americans had their choice of a place to live 10.00 ANT CAR II
items daily no say i they would take I Lasts Three Times !
California Florida Longer P
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... grace. The typical family has a McElroy'sWe
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less than 45
l # 1 .sfla per pet of some kind. Twice as New York or Texas in that
.. cent of Ameri- have dogs as cats and dogs many are r order. Sunday afternoon pleas- I Ed Mayo's I j
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can adults conLincoln ure riding is favorite
break ,preferred to cats by seven In every a pastime : 101 N. Main St. Ph. 87S2
sistently Washing- 110 adults. About of the more than half of the na-
one family in 20
...... +.,.. a .w this rule. ton 2-to-l has a canary. tion's families who have an auto- ,-
The two diseases that we dread mobile. [Fewer than one-third of
air bWib ANN .yam most having are cancer and tu-I I Ambitious for their children car owners can remember their
MM N.r berculosis. But heart trouble kills 1 parents don't want sons to go I, license plate numbers.] i Own
and Offer for Site
more than twice as many of us. into politics. "Too much graft Our piano-playing President
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-. .. MARRIAGE & CHILDRENA and crookedness," they say.They'd Harry S. Truman comes from
tli i... .... n like to see their boys become I the one-fourth of the population
man should be at least 25 I doctors engineers, lawI [26 per cent] who can play the
when he marries a girl 21, most yers,farmer ministers businessmen piano-at least they took piano Army Surplus Prop_

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.. "fiR t Sen. Pepper ScheduledFor ,: n chairmanship of the women's division of the forthcoming.,I i rlaasw ia1MkN

LM i.- lit Community Chest campaign. "Don't worry about the db. ttD

women" she said, "they'll work as hard as anybody en onttM .:;

.i ; the drive. < - -- w .ihIIf ._ .J,,. i iRMd
Labor Day Speech ..... .... .
a Airs. Davis went on to say she who participate in civic aetttMv Uw. d va .
J and the liberal gifts they hare tar .... to .....< wdl. i iwiO
alt ''Me fArala even challenged the men's team II contributed** she said. RPa hi ......
&e* I* fpr f D-Fla] will be' the principal speak at on reaching the required quota :-We feel confident that the +t..w ,J "-.. ..

4 0 a 6at61 eM L.**>r Dy Celebration Sept 1, to be staged at Lake- first. "Women are better at Y

4 Dili i lllfwta. ... Peek .. Lake Conway under the sponsorship of theF'MyMo detail" she explained, "and we i I

.,..... Labor Council, Spencer Locke, president, hare more time to cavass.: W1YU AND MOTHOS of I....... _

[ +. ttOF at !lattM.s IIW\UlllfN ....ertle'. ...,., '. t.f Moss Co-chairman declared she Mrs.was in Marcellus accord ALCOHOLISM

d ft! *. .<.>"...... Mw WIt of its 1 Sen. Pepper to speak here. .. A 1 1P with Mrs. Davis and added that -eel *M 0s. Wee* .t e. .II II

Mr1 ... >f i ui" bf tfc* In than Srn. Pepper will speak at .f the; women of Orlando have always WHITI CtOfl NNN111t1.WI. 11 11IKcIufdJ
Lakeside in the morning and at had a vital and important part in .. 4W Lieses.Iraa
ri ltl tt aftlMUMV wttl start t..t. 1 community welfare. This has 4280 Cwtnl ,".. .
1 tee *.'. l.mmM rib a moAmerican- Wildwood In the afternoon. been shown by the large number

111. "Because our organization is _.

at W am, and pro- young. we will have to confine pYt.
Nina: Orange Ave., this year's celebration to membersof 5 1 :> YOUR MONEY BACK I I'

l..ieste aM then toM
Central Florida labor unions
IX' .. *. Mid he hadPrpper'a
a tMrasw. w I'M and their friends Locke said.

rr.n .M C II Ward chair- "However, we have already s.M .
it* isjfcfcmtoo to be held started plans to make next year's I! NI

rf+ee .. M WsMwood tt Labor day one of festivity for all
.. tnutar H aim ached- Central Florida, and we hope it r-KILL
It. *,..t. ted warranted mill be such that we can invite
...ktrnt M pawible for the general public. kii
"We can see no reason why we
can't build this into an annual ate '
event and one of the year's outstanding are

I activities that would [ tP% //sn'f The Fa5tesfEas/esfSofesf And
: : j
I brine people Into Orlando from all ; __
Central Florida every year on Labor ' act: ra }
_It.. IrsPMHIOHS / Day'heading Bug-Killer You Ever Used! J I 1 1L

I the. parade, Locke I j
II I
r said will be a band from the j ;L

} i musicians local under Stewart HERE, AT LAST, 1 IS A BUG KILLER I : ;

I I Martin.Activities at Lakeside in addl- ------- GUARANTEED TO KILL EVERY HOUSEHOLD l.;

tion to Sen. Pepper's speech will TOMATOES COMING UP! White collars exchanged for T- SECTJ !

I I MUSK: . I include by a an barbecue afternoon at noon of followed shirts, former, Juvenile Judge James E. Dieffenwierth [left, ;

dancing swimming, contests square and' above], and A. Chapman Lawton inspect tomatoes growing in T- li e..M tit -ni '.R IM ui vi OsCOOli-LLt t'n a1t1kr ,

I music. one of the 40 tanks on their hydroponic farm in Winter Park. your battle against all Insects . addl t. II M ... M .
I Get rid of all bousenold pests, .
The large plant is.one set out a year ago. Below are tomatoes from roaches to spiders and w: call t.aia till / i.wby
M .t. to f.OFPt MUSIC STORE. w. being for sale next Fall!I and Winter. .> arts Imagine baring no more strinrs" (vara***..tl *_ '
.. JOTE CREEK grown roaches In your kitchen! Imagine by itself nt /r t 160 it t.
--- .....+t. .0 tt..ko tkU your head.nlce. wiping-out ants! This ONE faction er aa*..y MIIIL l1MM '" j!
bugr-killer. COOK-KILL, is times snore p**....< fesM ;a;
t .. W.',. located BLOCKSrx8"x16"and"x8"x16" _54 .51 'guaranteed to kill them all m. DDT acaiast '.a.... ..0 )
/ new easy war. It lots for waterhure. WHk s*... (
>
despite. ..... to ell trarupormnrs Hydroponic Farm ScoresBy % weeks on treated surfaces. sire "EXT,L'I!:" aMotWar "
Three entire or four treatments In an works .*- farter. ..*... ...
J house summer free of Insect keep pens your -EXTANKItMlf .*. ...5 j J
.
concrete blocks . made here MORRISON C. MERIAM Throw out all "half-way" Inants and r.aebe Ms. i., ,
$1.itltrt' .HE, If buds ..... secticides you'Te tried and Ret tracks: sal ahoet dove DBS ..
In Orlando.LUMBER [The Sunday Sentinel-Star Staff Writer] use one bottle of COOK-KILL. midatrOM .

Two college men who gave up white collar jobs to try _ll_ r.r..t j

CO.THOMAS their luck at hydroponic farming were enthusiastic about } io ioir
.
their venture
MUSK STOlE yesterday. ,
"I've worked harder but enjoyed this more .than anything -

. ,. .., ...... CUt 231 W. Gore TeL 4107HEAVYDUTY : else I've- been in." said-.-- one---- nf them_______, James. FI.. LL t I Ia
E l : '
i Dieffenwierth, 37-year-old former >
Orange County school principal i 1I
), told him wasn't much interested L
knd Juvenile Court Judge who
.digging in the dirt but when I IS''I
e
served in the Navy during the war."That's & '
be explained we would grow stuffIn .... -
: 6'1 NIiO right said the other tanks that was different. .AINT ..RAV ORDER SPRAY AROUND UCNT 1X. P&_ .. ..as. sesw, .
(4 A. Chapman Lawton. 30, former OH CW.OAltDJ. Apply rune when inverts totter at CS4MMSS ..... _'0"t
.P
Partly with saved
I money during .... ., .,
Rollins College football star and I i COOK-TULL wberuchht. COOK-KILLasmnra errrpaoa W f a F J OTUUI 1t A. ad :
wartime B-29 navigator, who left the war the two men put a down e.tbltsenUn.000K* st-seeahdk far boon;romU kA tk >sMtrUko
i payment on the farm and are now KILL buU tor weeks; kiilf Xue kills for wets aest sriipti as wss) std a.a
the cost accounting departmentof insecta walk pour it. .
engaged in making it provide a e:4 1
FLOOR WAX the Food Machinery Corp.'sspeed I
division last Springto I living and the remaining pay- 5-r
sprayer ments. ... H
go into partnership with Dief- ,, ..
fenwierth. They are doing all or the work --S
themselves to the
Hydroponic farming is the save expenseof r I ;
system by which flowers and labor.
The farm they took is le-
vegetables are grown for market over
Glid-N in tanks filled with chemical i cated on less than one-half an
solutions rather than in the acre of land and looks small in 31l
I ground. comparison with the amount of

The two men are operating Hur- produce that can be grown on it. W
: ley's Hydroponic Farm located on The main crop this Summer has s l s -

Phelps Ave., Winter Park, and one been gladioli bulbs which they I II i
of the oldest in Florida, which have grown under contract for
.
top Ht$ +rs Beautiful LONGER with LESS Work they bought March 1 from J. C. I an out-of? -State seed firm. % t xr

Hurley of Shore Acres. I "We have also sold some Gladioli i in

A. t.ffw..4 ITI* of loot wit which sets a performance "We haven't: got around to j blooms locally" Dieffen 1
........ ..**.*betof. schicvod.Excellent for all types of floors, changing the name because we wierth said. .

......... ti....lt...wood painted Tarnished and tile.; High i have been too busy. Dieffenwierth I He added that they would feature -I I = it6d N.e

.....I.!Knh..Wl-bodid wax gives extra protection.Less i said. tomatoes during the Fall and : data r Vii,
fr.*eBf KrmbbUg needed. Listed by He first became interested in Winter and next Spring more :4O
I *Lr.,-.'lab eswtiei si 'D .WP.. hyproponic farming after the war I' gladioli bulbs and blooms. r 4e} r>>I ?
Wot*.fiat-&it. toe streak or spot. Only 59,...a' Pint when he attempted to.sell insur- I "Beginning in November we will i 1 hr ,.e to

(#. fc. *.ii4 o* I. IS minutes.GHdden. 98* ance and found it not to his liking."I I have tomatoes for sale. he said .+ ti 'd r
a quaff went to work for.Mr. Burley I pointing to eight tanks In which tFa ot'C9 epb
for six months to learn the they started planting June 20. dP Y 1 .
business and then persuaded "We expect to have 20 or more
Chappie to come in with me and tanks growing tomatoes before the
buy it" he said. season is over."

i, e1Mr1. "Jim came around to see me one The two men said that even- More than a million b m.t *M 4+l W
fo't' ...... At*, TeL 6001 day and asked how would I like to tually they hope to start their own under thin
ready MM
rvamt* nn
be farmer Lawton recalled. "I
) a j,I mail order business for gladioli
complaints Used by bw1itaia 11.6x=
bulbs. At present they have none ,
in shape for sale to the general' dairies, food stores, toun tel., f -

public. + dries, food plants mt vru4*>*si pirn* 4. ." ..qI
The farm they took over was I I that must be bug-fret. ....... .
started seven years ago by Hur
ley and has grown from 10 experimental COOK CHEMICAL COMPANY
tanks to the present a..... t by. M*. rtt s!

40 wood and concrete structures. I
..
uu. n -- T. M The tanks are narrow troughs, "
one foot wide and 100 feet long, ; 10 68"-SVrlJlllr .
-' built on the ground and filled with
!4
4 __:; ;1 T '- crushed rock and wood shavingsto EXTANE
S provide a footing for the plant s Hew lilt
-\ roots.
4 Every three hours a pump automatically I -

I fills the tanks with a.. i.
"Iii
4f
ST. CLOUD .AIrA* IAI=MI
f chemical solutipn containing all i AVAILABLE NOW
major and minor.elements necessary I Jeffrie a... 4 MH
::1 for plant growth. AT THESE STORES McQeviV Murray's SojMry Dew Its Inane*. ..
: Overhead a network of wires FtrtW. Oft Story
provides support for the tomato Gee. Whitney Or*. A *U.IinLOIMW .
II vines and for a cheesecloth canopy I ORLANDO -- 1--

;1 ;. which is spread in Winter for' Whitt't Pmciption Apothecary. ,
protection against freeze. i I American ,IdAlbert' \!.
tl -- D. Davis Groxonr
J : Dieffenwierth and his wife occupy Pharmacy nh__ 232 S. Or.ngeIAlbert's
1 I Oral Store :2201 Edaewatcr <<
n u WINTER PARK
II a house that goes with the
I City Drug Store -- .- __ 33S W. Church
farm. Lawton, unmarried lives
I. ,I Shanley't" Drug Store ___ 409 W. ChurchWilliams Winter Park Pha..arp
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs..1.
! Pharmacy ______ S23 W. ChurchEmrich'
R B. Lawton, on Long Lake.RADIO S.\\FORIt
__ __
... t t Pharmacy: u 33 W. Church
aLL L.
,
j McElroy's: Pharmacy __u 125 S. OrangeWalgrwn's laney' Dry S...
Drug Store ____ 3S S. O.n,. "'HcP.r"n.*.*. D.o. to>. 1
fI i4 SERVICE Bailey's Pharmacy hn_. 31 S. Court KoumlBet i Adose
I Touchton Dr.s Oo.
: HOME MOTOROLA AUTO Cook Prescription Shop _.. 62 E. Central *
t San Juan Pharmacy .__.. 2 N. Orange Coin -
I Expert record changer service work ORLU1ST..'
>;- guaranteed Pickup and Delivery. Anocbilt Pharmacy 21 N. OrangeStru4'
a Rtmall Drug Store. 200 N. Orange Fleming Height Grocery
,. .5; I Economy Auto Supply Store Avalon Pharmacy: _ 4"T N.Orange --v- .
I 233 S. Oraate Ave. I'laouel4U Smith Pharmacy _hh. 101 N. Orange KISSIM.MF.CBroadway
Mote Pharmacy __ 1101 E.: ColonialOrange
Pharmacy ____._ 1124 E. Colonial ..
Dansby' Pharmacy -_ 225 E. Sollt"r".Jr' Pha.rwp .
Drug Store ._ ____ 12S E. Gore MuM. Brothoct
OIL Griffin Park Pharmacy 621 S. Parramore Roberw. PM __ \
College' Park Pharmacy 2220 Edgewater: ;:...4t.
SPACE HEATERS Preston Sundry Store SOS S. Parramore FASTISHutchwx:
Harden Sundries Shop .-2t N. Parramore
QUAKER COLEMAN SUPERFLAME Orange Soda Shop . 547 W. Central Ai PM terLaw'
ir-o-filmds 30-Gol Table-Top Buck's Soda Shop 321 N. OrangeAmhent D... ..**. .....
Soda Fountain 322 W. ColonialDndgn
Electric Water Heaters Grocery ___u ... 600 W. Church 1':2', -. Bitt111
Oil Floor Furnaces Crystal Grocery ___u_ __ S42 W. Church
H C, M Market __u___-_ 41S W. Church
ADJUSTABLE PERMANENT City Gas Floor Furnaces m. p. Doubtrley ___. 532 W. Church TAXOERI.NETy ,
_. _. -- .
Douberley Bros. 92S So. Division .
J Immediate Delivery Nags Brov . 221 S. Parramore Or*
.'IIl1 S-WAY PROTECTION AGAINST Lorna -. Grocery. Lorna Dome Blvd.. TgwiKeeX 0>.. -- ......
ORLANDOAPPLIANCE Chapman* Quality Market. 211 Kuhl Are.Albert' .
Drug Store No. 2 College, Park MT. DORANannum'
4 HURRICANE NO STRUCTURAL CO., INC. Mows Pharmacy No. :2. ... .. .
30S So. Orange Btotom Trail
Sore Itoeo
HEAVY. RAIN Authorized Hot Point Sale* & Service Stroud' Drug Store N. 2. :14 S. Orange
.
E. Mount Dora PM M**>
CHANGES 211 N. Grant Ave. Strood's Drug Store No. 3. 100 S. Orange Jack*** ... mT t" //1
WH Phones 4337 and 24004INDUSTRIAL Stew, Sundry Store .' 2SOO No. Orange Little] 9tmLnee Iw 16P.Caud .
Antonio', Pharmacy :2900 No. Orange ,, A 5aP.1Ia 14e1ter
e Midway Pharmacy ... 2300 No. Orange ....
\....4.1IIIJiWr do91t, porches end doors. Adjustable to the \ H &. M Market ... W. Church, StDouberly '. O".u ....... S.... .' B -
.. te t* bAy of tt* outside of home the privacy of .,os. .. S Division U'. ....... b.Sts .
your THREE YEARS Douberly Bros ._ ___ W. Church St. ._ -
fel e ki'w'w'. boVtd enamel finish-in any color desired. I Ingrains Smoke Shop 23 S. Orange Fisher; "_ .r .
f
.l : ; : Superior Food Store 2300 S. Kuhl' Ave. .N ..
'
._ $ t310d&y3 ENGINEREPAIR < Brtckwood Sundries 2311 S. Kuhl Ave.Curti rors tNarm.a

....... f+f *H -YOUR CHOICE OF COLOR TO PAYiiriiiii I Meiners* Log G,.Cabin. South 22IS St. and S. Kuhl DtLaney Ave.

......... .''MPtN. WITHOUT COST OR OBLIGATION Burr Dowdy Service Ore. .Station_ Conway Conway Mead Road eN :'J1:MMNaNM -=

SERVICE Molts Gro. -. Conway RoadCrittenton F_ t MrrawS'e :s-
I Trained Mechanics I Service Station Conway Road Onnlp PlenaAIbe4's

Metal Co. of Orlando Factory Genuine Continental Parts: l lI I Turner Cole Ogletree Gro.Food Ore.Store_.._ __hh_____u_ Conway Conway Muhiees Road Road",.. Saab a SrieWatbA MerkelGnrg esM1.t Mjtseaaetl a, :

Awning W. E. Brannon Cro _____ CrovtlandTomlinsen M
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G,.. _____________ GrovelandBroadstreet .... *-I-
Y Cafe ______.__ Groveland N i
] LDA I Es Palmer' Service
t 919 WEST CENTRAL.AVENUE StationOrange Blossom' Trail
PPL .CO. Peters Service Station Grocery ::
i tM (Not Inc.] TEL 9558 I : I Sunoco Service Station Orange<> Grocery Blossom Trail M' 0.. -

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Hemlilton Holt at' 75--Great Scholar/ Beloved Ter< [ dI 11Me




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I __ the Past But ,
more important for a college to write. anything I ata. III ,
i Ever to* I writer's cramp. ? If . .
,
have good teachers than good research -I Thank You! I liver a talk Ian a nM **- .
men who may turn out to This word portrait of Rollins Theta to hatt M
of fright
stage
t
few the Future be teachers. Accordingly I believe Pres. Hamilton Holt appeared in thing that comes natural to aw .. lle1 -- _
I Eyes) to that in engaging instructors, the New York Times magazine That is music. whirls I ..... ese.a *:.u_
references from their former students ]I section and is reprinted with I studied. Yet the sight ., a .... ftae +e -
should carry as much weight'I permission of the New York I makes my fingers t1dt CN.IJIIf. .... ......11 .''
fa. I a .... as recommendations by their col Times. I He got up opened eM ....... savaesr '" i
i "(flll. f" 't ..i4 T..**day the president of leagues." < ,, - ::

l .... fct* nth birthday at his I 'CONVICTION AND THE TRUTH OF -

!riK&lll.1JII I ,. ,- UUIf .... it teas there that Dr. Hamil- DREAMS'I '

- ........ .. M ...is *f l-he pact posed for me I Dr. Holt's ideas about the student body Hospital and Skk Rttti hJ.tR4

.. !Ii- .. .... .. "*-Ie inn of Woodstock individual as those concerning the faculty. He is not interested "
in the student who can "regurgitate" on an exami- Trass Sttpf>*r** f .--- '1

"l tsisss r **** Ieaion n7 drives tot I nation paper through a feat of memory. He has no patience Wheel Chairs *eM Wl4KjlAA i
.ass..tab.tlag hWa. Y with the theory that students with average or below aver- I esiH. ,
M K
3 tae ...,... .alac ,. stony age minds should not have the -----------I II 0VW V
s tr .i .. Mi H..rn farm UMr portunity of a college I they will succeed in their chosen :1 i
C
He considers "faithfulness" careers. They believe they will be 'po" y.yr, ....
Ik. ........1.< r*.alry OP-1 I omz67
awl to 64;*ra. .! tlM future an ability to improve through II happily married, that they will be .. I
ttfssri **4 In Ma eWtm a*MM a brtl fort the best qualifications healthy, wealthy and wise. The : ... .r-r
those who would enter college. .very fact that they are convinced, !
>* ..** ta I*. Huklac.AJUmtti i
J-I--I. .< t wti Ky: a <" lie holds the present helps to make their dreams come
iMd sttllet1s h* rrwratr the put. \ s a tion of youth in high true. Of course we who have lived I 121 N*. Oraac Ortaa4 9MM **aa ) J
.. 9 M .to the pmrnt; hU work "Their frankness." ctnera-I our lives bear the scars left by disappointments I ,
: at Ifettett eenru .to proof of that. "their fearlessness their and our ideals are I
lerwrie rot te fe* hid his theories of that authority justify itself at I dimmed. We think we have the I
+MM Xing and introduced new the bar of reason, their disdain for I I wisdom which youth lacks. We
aIr al+ BMi.jnit *f teachi&c! and handling sham and heir passion for social hate learned through experience, 1 1I CHRYSLER PLYMi1K
justice make me think that they so we cannot blame youth for not
I I
...... *te** campus stretches will manage the world better than having wisdom but we can blame PAINT' TO ti" i
eaa ** tine tMTt .* tk Virginia I :
# ajl their elders have. ourselves for losing our idealism.; _
.i ...*f Putt fU. tan founded "There is a lot of talk about the I Dr. Holt was born in Brook- '
IMS n. r hieaUonaI and let-down in morals and I know lyn, but when he was five yean > L4 .. fN.. yaw* aw i
..t alhNtd hat. beta -o>flnlt-' from experience that most of it is old his family moved to Spuyten t .- ". ..... ..
a.pwwsnfnttr tailed to only talk. I believe that the freedom Dnyvil and there he crew op. I '
at. .** a trarhJo staff lane that young people now haveis I At Yale he studied under William I /i-; ...... ..
HMfft t. ***!* OM Instructor .. '
at x
conducive to a higher degree of : Graham Sumner. who interested I
fc* *MW Iff tttidrnU. It Is unique. morality than a system which ;: him in sociology. After his A. P. CLARK MOTORS l_
0M 0s la1 iRaf t (!!rU. Lectures redta hedges them about with restrictions 1 graduation he entered Columbia I ,_
0s .*M awl examinations hare taboos and hypocrisy. After and took graduate courses in that
IS) N. ORANGE .- t1tj w.
ae *tMJfr atotuhed& at RoUtns as ,
e. all human nature, is human na- subject and in economics. Then
... riMt art conducted' on a tt
ture. he went to work for The Independent
at-.**.!*** Mail rather than --- t
I The young people of today as of which he eventually
a* "ftoi* rial) artttons.M4at I
of yesterday are convinced that became owner and editor. }
: at riant* mar
DR. HAMILTON HOLT
.*** br ..Ind If a et.dentgran I 'A PERMEATING SPIRIT OF GOODWILL'
t ibM fc* n. 4* Vrti r ., .. 'wanted to humanize education'broken :
I r lI l- suet ** boa ....* < Comparing the periodicals of those days with maga- FREJL I tiI1i
I .o"f/ Tfc* HgteMMMsr daf la the rule Into four two-hour: periods. I college to rehearsing for the choiror 1 zines of the present he finds a great change in policy. Then ]
I r- . --- --- Three periods are given over to! a play, or preparing to appearon most of the articles were supplied by free-lance contributors ': t

["work of the mind under a professor a radio program. In the eve- Now, he says, the majority of pieces are the work of I
in a classroom." the fourth i ning students can do as they see .
fl r ::;. n 'i? f? to activities which may range from fit, but they are expected to J.ct staff members.While i working to pay one's way through I II as educated human beings. he was in charge of The "Immanuel Kant wrote: 'We never :
Independent a free lance sub- can have universal peace until the
'i'a I t 'A PLACE TO DREAM AND PLAN'These mitted an article which had been I i I world is politically organized and
I turned down by many other maga- it will never be possible to organize i iIM :
are a few of the innovations for which Dr. Holt is zines. The man's name was Hayne the world politically until the
LW\f1U U l:7IIJI !: responsible. He went to Rollins in 1925. Before that he had Davis and the piece dealt with a peoples, not the kings, rule . .
: I world organization to promote Even then it will not be possible to
liberal
that
: edited The Independent, a magazine expressed I II II
peace. It carried a message of have peace until the spirit of goodwill ,
(/ !l 'hl't" TeraNkt..1 'etts i I opinions, and had worked for world peace. He was always I' hope to Dr. Holt. He became one I one to another permeates the -
somewhat ahead of his time; in fact when he became a of the organizers of the League to nations.' Thus according to Kant,
I college president orthodox eduea-4: Enforce Peace and when Presi- I I eternal peace is predicated upon tm
$31 tors looked at him with suspicion. i strong mouth. I have interviewed dent Wilson proposed the forma world organization democracy and : :a.
TeL .9532'mss Woodstock is an excellent placein many college presidents, but I can I tion of a League of Nations, he I good-wilL
which to dream and plan. It is think of none more leisurely or I Ir acknowledged his debt to the I I The United Nations as now organized
a village strangely untouched by r with a more human approach to earlier league.Dr. I! is not a world government
the times. the problem of education. 1 Holt feels that the United I: but a league of sovereign states. It I 4E.HOUR SMfttIID
When I asked the way to Dr. "It was more or less an a d- I' Nations is a step in the right direction I might well be compared with the
Holt'a farm it was a farmer dent" he said after he had settled but that it must"to still :I Confederation in this country before -
driving a horse-drawn truck nota I himself in a Windsor chair, that farther. :I the adoption of our Constitu PHONE 2*%$*
motorist who pointed out the I became a college president. For I' "Over a century ago," he said I tion. I
road. 25 years I had run a magazine and
'COME SING HER PRAISES ENDLESSLY'"Although
Dr. Holt fits perfectly into this I Irving Bacheller a frequent con- I' !
background. When he entered his I tributor, had the idea I would it is the greatest advance yet made toward
j j fcJ aiAjtf laAAJlttt living room he brought with him : make a good president. He per-
fHpp ipm.i vm MIw PTW II the gracious hospitality of the suaded me to give up my magazine peace, it will not attain its objective under its present or

horse-and-buggy age. He might 1 I which I must confess was ganization. Fortunately, its Charter provides for amendments .
l. have been an old-time country not doing particularly well at the and so there is hope that it may eventually become a I\L
I I
........... sLrtt.. .l.ii. '''11 doctor, or a lawyer who wrote his :I tune. |.i world government. It must be transformed from a leagueyou ee :
for lectured in
briefs in Spencerian hand instead I "Except having I
of sovereign states into a world
of an up-to-date college president. Institutions of learning all -
... ...... ........... type t broiler After showing his bedroom. in I through the country I had no from government all the deriving people of its the,powers world.!I something."he said. "Most of tl
which cats are the predominating special Qualifications for the poi i its General Assembly must my life has been spent writing and I J
motive and pointing to some of sition. |I become a legislative branch of I speaking. Every time I have to
( .1111 units his prized possessions, he began to !: "But from observations in many |I this government with power to i I .__
"utu"S.tptt4 ...
..., expound his ideas. colleges and from my own enact laws controlling the use of
He is a big man-active for his ences I had acquired I
expert-I all weapons; it must provide an
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WORK OF THE MIND WITH GUIDANCE' "In turn the Security Council .-
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must become the executive branch .
'I was certain that I had learned more from my maga- with power to enforce the laws I
zine work than I had at college. This was neither the fault and under the direction of the r3 II
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of my teachers nor of myself. It was the result of the en- General Assembly to perform its I111 I-
tire system-the lecture and recitation plan in which the present functions. Finally, all
-a not delegated to the As-
powers
individual who knows asks the questions and the one whoMODERN I I sembly must be reserved to the

'doesn't is supposed to answer them. great-s hoJUthe:
In our editorial offices frequent first is a seconda
II I I "Not until this has come about
beloved teacher. Occasionallyone
conferences were held and all of I can we be sure that another war
us who took part in them were the I Ilainers. individual has both qualifica- will not engulf the world and per-
: tions, but this is rare. Usually the
haps destroy it. Of this
course
research man is not appreciated I .
"Moreover, I was sure that by the undergraduates."Yet objective cannot be reached over-
I there was too much glorification night. I may not. live to see it
of research at the expense of the researchers are the I come about. But I shall work for _-
I teachinr. ones who get the promotions it with every ounce of energy I i
4 while the beloved professor endowed "
"What I wanted to do was to hu- have.
manize education, to do away with only with the gift of I "And enjoy every minute that A{'
I the aloof professor 'sitting on a teaching: is passed over. you are doing it." I added.
little platform, overlording and "To my way of thinking it is Dr. Holt smiled. "Let me tell ,pIiM .

overlooking his students. I did not I I-
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group of classmates.
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< system. I agreed with the young I cost less at Grants!
man who described it as a process you
r whereby notebook the contents are of transferredby the proftSOf's i I : :=rNOC'

means of a fountain pen to the GRANTS FAMOUSFullfashioned s
student's notebook without having I
passed through the mind of either. _
Accordingly, as soon as I was installed I xr
at Rollins I Inauguratedthe II I "si

so-called conference plan, in !d P !r ..- ..- .. _
which the students work with their
minds under the guidance of pro- i the inttrt6c .af ttM tet.ba 5 .. 'a + -- .,

fessors." i I room tMfI ..... ... s.A
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idea. I assured him I did. I fur coin M I.. --
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TIRE A_Jaw price for sheer, clear tex by ordinary local labor.
-- .. c... .in. St. th. Requires only electric water
tured hosel! All nylon from top 'fl i and drain connections. I C j I

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j SHELTER AT EVERY HOLE drew upon his knowledge of golf courses over the world, incorporating desirable ftoturtl el
many courses in this course, in building a "golfer's golf course."

S 1 ; KE WATER AT EVERY TEE v, '*- :''"*- Underbrush and other obstruction in the roughs and surrounding the several! lakes 4t.
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. J' REST !ROOMS EVERY THIRD HOLE :' '':''''. , A ranch-type Pro Shop, a cocktail bar and the nine-hole course complete with cenvf,nJ"*f
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... Nft 2f Sip >&unb:1J l !j drotinrl-Star Orlando, Florida, August 24, 1947 Meeting
Dairy Sumter Cattle Show
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ir J.'. is Y J'F. w.a [Special to The Sunday SentinelStorlGAINESVIILEWhen IT Al CODY
[Our On Staff Correspondent
cows are
Y 3l = raised on the dairy farm they pro- More than 100 animals have been entered In the Seems
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duce satisfactorily over a longer Annual Sumter County Breeders' Show scheduled for Sept

lure trig t+ttl.Mtde. period of years on the average 18-20 at Webster. T. Noble Brown, chairman of the eveM.
.. .... iusrr than cows purchased for replace- Aberdeen
ments Economist Alvin H. Spur- is confident that upwards of 200 registered :

*** .. fly F { lock of the Florida Agricultural Angus. Brahmans. Herefords and -possibly Shorthorns %rtH I ;
.:!.. t Experiment Station told dairymen be entered before the deadline f
....... attending the recent 12th annual Sept 1.We're.
R' j. .. .... dsel ewhIt dairy field day at the Universityof expecting more animals
,..., ... ,, IIr Florida. in our barns at the Sumter County Lower Pasture
ep+els R+l 9e.a4 Fanners' Market for this show
Spurlock reported that his research -
:; than before been shown at a
8 feat* :- ever
also showed that by careful
-... tt..... .... selection of heifers to be Florida all-breed cattle show"
Brown said recently. Outlook GivenPasture
raised dairymen can maintain
rrItL'Ii : herds which produce more milk Some of Florida's finest show
herds have, been entered includ-
than herds in which all replace-
... s ,... dill .6t ments are purchased. ing the Brahman herd of Henry conditions in Tlerlba

O. Parttn & Sons at Kissimmee are from 20 to 50 per cent laser ,
Losses from breeding and udder the Angus cattle of the Sun Lake
..,.. p. 4 i ,* troubles in herds with home-raised Ranch at Lutz and Herefords than a year ago the UJ9. Crop Reporting
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..., ..4d ..1.i I Xi replacements have, proved lower shown by A. J. Jackson of Service said yesterday
i..srlal W i than in herds with purchased replacements ville and Santa Fe River Gaines-I
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Through inadequate e r
T'':...0....raesefra.. f,.., iI q. 4 W. Reaves.also he Extension said.C. dairy Alachua. handling facilities heavy rainfall ..

**** H.k I : specialist, told of one dairy which Among them these four I in Central and Salh fter.
'ftj breeders all championships : Ida was adversely affecting pasture
... .4kp.s.s ; : won grand -
..... 1lt .... } )i' ;5 ;: " .. effected by a marked building increase its bed in production overa In their breeds at the growth by flooding towland '
1947 Florida areas.
..4c State Fair in Tam-
rJ.--- period of several years on the I
," "':':"' ""';' : '-', basis, of records of In Central Florida pasture .ea-
production
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........ ..m ttrl nsd *..v. -::: : ; : home-raised animals.He present'more Brahman cat- diUons were reported poor to. fair.
.. ,.,.. arl/s. .... Iletaa j ..asi also brought out pertinent tle have been entered in the show I I only 65 to 80 per cent of Dermal I't
,. .. ..... .. .. ... .... information on the types of rec- I than any other breed. More than II Down the Kissimmee Valley aad lathe
-If! .... .. ...... I ords to be kept and methods of 40 Brahmans will be entered by I Everglades area tht conditions :
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-- r ... .. : keeping them on an efficient dairy Stockbridge and Blackwell of Sarasota were described u "ray
wr it .:MMftfcawtIMiMttrtab> 7i farm. Herman Bclvflle of Bush-I.I poor." and only SO to U per era*
t '::.. >: nell Polk Brahman Farm at Win- of last year's normal pasture.
... -sit -- fettlH +:\..: Analyses of records of the Ex- ter Haven. Benjamin R. Thomasof I .

; | tiiraq v rktettWtf periment Station dairy herd [ Milton R.-Thomas le Sons BR;I section..T. W. Brown showed the
". '....'" pfefcblM! ,. over 18 years Dr. Raymond Ranch) at Sarasota. Brown and grand champion female. Herman
b
Becker I xperlment Station Mach of Webster J. A. Barthle of
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l1l ...i eel. tlas4retal dairy husbandman explained, San Antonio Bentley Brahman grand championship In U'"
n.. A - ro showed that the best producerswere ranch of Lake Alfred and Dave I i Sponsoring the event to s...

"'....--- awe ... .s... eL 4 daughters of cows that Sloan of Mascotte. and the Partinentl1' tion to the Sumter County ,..,..
were at least average or above .
'1 "i" "' '' ers' Market are the Sumtrr QINa-
in
milk
production.
I Some'37 entries have been made ty Commission the Sumur tale
Some cow families have stood in the Hereford breed by the San- ty Cattlemen's Asm-. Uw State
'L out above others and have been ta Fe River ranch at Alachua. T. Department Agriculture **.
r .Jf!} I .i.iI used as a basis for building the W., Brown and the Florida Hereford I the Webster Men's Civic C**.
herd. The dairy husbandman told t ranch of T. Noble Brown The recent South Florid Brtlk-
the assembled dairymen that it is both of Webster W. J. Hooten and : man Sale at the Arcadia LHmtw
.. "ft' ,. I I important to sample the daughtersof Sons of Center Hill. Connell Stock Market indicates clearly tit* n4 I

,..... ..... 11M i bulls considered for herd sires Farm of Inverness. George Raw- In the State for suitable purebred
i before giving them a place in the son of Palatka. Dr. R. B. Harknessof cattle auction faculties.

!.............. I 1 i ; '. herd/as Station records show that Lake City. A. L. Jackson of : There was not sufficient MM
I Is J l daughters of good bulls have aver- Gainesville and L. T. Langford of at this sale for buyers to sH wfctr
- arc aged more than 6,000 pounds of Plant City's Double L Ranch. 1 i they might see the cattle and. nv

4 milk annually as compared to Entry of '22 animals by four 1 dicat their bids to the auction
--e- 3,100 to 4,800 pounds from daugh- Angus breeders has already been 'I'it is hoped that the SUte's to
ters of poor bulls. assured, show officials report new livestock pavilions vIB t* !
The field day program also included while three additional breeders I i completed early and that tfe* M> !
talks by P. T. Dix Arnoldof are likely to participate. 1 I ded facilities will alter IUds ...
111111, the Station dairy husbandry ficulties.
Entry blanks have been
staff who outlined methods of requested -
I raising calves; Dr. C. L. Comar. by Alton Simmons of Plant 1 Icebergs have been knows to
Station animal nutrition worker City, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Kiser of last for more than 200 years I ;

"..... ,.., i 5..4 who demonstrated minerals the in use nutrition of radioactive Valrico Bradenton and Wilson, and S.the Isherwoodof Geraci

.aw s6tPrew. research; Ranch at Lutz- has- made its en- ; RENTAL TRAILERS

Dr. George K. Davis Expert tries. *
i ment Station animal nutrition Total prize money for catamounts I r rOil
to $685 per breed includ-
W technologist who recommended
,,. ing $595 for first second and third
mowing pastures to keep them I HAUl :: :
'- '' > '' <<< > place winners In no less than 17
ClrtWV SPREADING FERTILIZER in the 'i in the State. In the lower picture is shown the I'[!vegetative and nutritious as long classes. Set aside for the grand .
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possible and Dr. D. A. San- ITI :
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PottoJ Colony Co. groves near Clermont are I attractive park maintained by the Postal !',, dens. Station veterinarian, who champion bulls and females is $25 =

w. typical! of the careful cultivation which keeps Colony for the use of its members and of discussed mastitis detection and each and $20 each for the reserve 'I Hour dav M .eek: aitctiM Kr.u*..

this Lake County-b. citrus area among the best !V I\ Clermont citizens...A.r I I treatment. both champions.Last year. Sun Lake ranch won FAIRBANKS iR tiERilCi ULZ& I Ii ; J

grand championships the I
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By DICK COOPER I r "It is our judgment based on
(The Sunday Sentinel-Star Staff Writer I years of experience. that after a %
CLERMONT Retired railway grove has been brought up to Gains Favor
postal clerks from all sections of producing age it will over a period
i LOWER the United States have found here ofv year. pay a net return in excess [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-StarJ w
through the Postal Colony an opportunity of 10 per cent annually on FT. LAUEERDALE-One of the
to settle in the lovely the investment,",Id Denslow. most promising plants for the :
lake country of Clermont while I rapidly expanding hydroponic
____ IWFHES growing citrus in groves which I' ranch"There greater are years profits in will which be growing industry of the lower i
run from one to 50 acres. Florida East Coast is sweet corn.
and likewise when ,
i I made years
Since the colony was founded in A premium market is waiting w 'L
I less profit will be made as all
... ........ .p1 pj.. iy e JWiet CtiUag members 1923, the orange have increased groves owned steadily by I daring depends the on nation-wide the market. ETCH yields and tests can be to high.date indicate that t

P ... .... .....llr II e 1M Cord in size until now almost 4,000 f we were able to show depression substantial -- ,I In growing sweet corn the
the hydroponics method has the
acres are operated through
w... hWii ...11.. NtfeMNITMES Roof... Postal Colony Co., headed by Ern I the Postal profits Colopy.on the groves in I same advantage it holds with

est Denslow one of the original I other crops that bear above the
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founders. I The average net price of oranges { ground.

A.4 .., .... AttW The Postal Colony has grown over the past decade has been I 1 Because in the solution-fed ;
into an organization which han- $1.17 per box and of grapefruit | gravel beds of hydroponics the Rebuilt TYPEWRITERS
dles $500,000 per year operating ,,73 cents per box. Grapefruit trees !I plants can get all the nourishment
money approximately $1,500 I that are 15 years old produce 10 I they need without foraging corn
-.s INC.ll daily reported Sec. David A. boxes per tree and orange trees can be planted closer than in the
iATZ. Denslow."In i of the same age, five to six boxes. I soil. As a result the yield per area
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... .**** Est :. AT ACL BY. addition we take in, and i The Colony bases its estimates on is greater. UNDERWOODS !
pass on to the grove owners, well 286 trees on five acres." I I Another advantage held by hydroponics -
I * I lies in marketing.Sweet ROYALS
over a million dollars a year in !
money received for the sale of "The Postal Colony is not organized i!' corn is not a good traveler. To be
their fruit." for any selfish purpose t tops in eating quality the ears REMINGTON
and no individual receives any I should be eaten the day they are
The Colony Co, represents a
the profit from the sale of lands in the picked. This is not possible when
payroll of $90,000 yearly to I
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Denslow. I the from distant
Colony, explained com comes
merchants of Clermont. It .operates I fields.
a service station, and a park' "We regard the citrus Industry .
i When It is raised in hydro- WI I. J T 1
for members and citizens o!> Cler- as one of the most certain
ponicums however the is
corn
mont. profitable industries in thecountry.
* I usually within a few minutes of
Millions of dollars have I
Holdings of'the Postal Colony been invested in Florida citrus. the market.gravel Most culture of South farms forida's are- : FOR $10.00 DOWN10.00 PER ii.-
members are divided into five and this amount of money would
I located either right in the citiesor
units.Foremen include O. H. Gad- not be invested in any industry
the immediate outskirts.In .
dy L. M. Gaddy Henry Morrison, I I that was not profitable." on Miami. Ft. Lauderdale
and Edwin Mattison Jr. The administrative ano
staff of the firm ,, The Colony is an ardent booster I the other cities of the East Coast PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS
includes Grady' Herring Dolores I of Clermont, and in responses to there is a market. Summer and I
{WalterV1ola O'Holloran and Wll- : requests by interested postal clerks Winter for sweet corn at five STANDARD TYPEWRITE*
tam Robinson. points out that the city has the cents and up per ear. Most of I
f I highest altitude in Florida with that offered on these markets is I .
Starting In Ashtabnla Ohio, '
I 17 sparkling lakes in the city brought hundreds of miles from NOISELESS TR1MJ'
with a committee of railway POII
tal clerks headed by Ernest I limits. Advantages of the highway -I' the fields. A little comes from ,
fishing and hunting the Everglades but most is
the system shipped .
Denslow, the founders of I
also pointed out. from northerly States. .
are :
I colony came to Florida and decided I! I S
on Clermont as the headquarters I .
of the colony. .- .
'. ."Then the company purchased '

:mont 2,100 acres which of was land sold south to members of Cler- Al Coith 'Says: August 24, 1947 Prices from $29.50 to $'1"_

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and many of them had their purchases -
set out In groves either Satisfaction Guraafi
oranges or grapefruit recounted In order to grow good uniformly strong gladiolus it is neces-
tii I David Denslow. sary that the bulbs be refrigerated before planting. Our .- .
"With the rapid growth of the bulbs have been in cold storage for several weeks and.can / I
colony another purchase of 700 be planted at any time now. We are proud of the quality I OOZWM
acres was made in 1925. and since of our jumbo size bulbs this year and we are sure they will I
I I then other additions have beennecessal1' produce fine blooms. Get them now while the selection is I
I ." good and plant some every two weeks so that you will have I
4 Over a five-year period the a succession of bloom all season. If you have not had glads I Of 'Machines Te 0..... ',..
-RUNES[ Colony advises prospective members in your garden before a real thrill awaits you when these
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blooms first make their
that a five-acre grove win gorgeous appearance.
require an investment of about I

$2423.75 with the sixth: year fig- The big enemy of glads is thrip, a minute insect which

ove ured as the first profitable sea- attacks both bloom and leaves. Now that we have DDT j

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.0 \.:. ,.j [ National Outlook dtteM SIll

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:i Disease Perils
Strange
Pastures ."ot't .... ,C _
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i; I [tsDioJ.to l. The Sunday Sentmel-Stcr] I ties of citrus. Rough lemon and !(I first I, De8oioa11 11y al'l4 *. ...
To It Studied overall growing condition WASHINGTON A possible other varieties of rootstock com- :gle piutitM in .hIt .....e..1IIIIirJ e.har+
i of oranges in the four major cit- I i dark future for the citrus industryIn monly used appear to be Immuneto I shipping thrtr.a -wMwa. a.rs .
rus producing States from the the disease.Dr. until the seed, Cmvmty I.- I ..aha ..
I ....-fA std.t to 41KuY 1947 bloom has*declined sharply this country is foreseen by Dr. Swingle termed It a dis- n, report -,' .. a.rwa
"""* 4.t -S I. the 411 Club from that of> last Summer the Walter T. Swingle famous special- ease without symptoms. Trees its death funur4 In "" ........
..A.t .oini tat 29 W. J U. 8. Crop Reporting,Service said tat of the United States Department affected! stop growing wither That
{ ...... Cetmty scent. yesterday. : of Agriculture unless stepsare drop their leaves and die. Large sects was
..at ....... vttb other taken to stop the spread of plants live two or three years said in
J t ... roe Cwrtf nortlrt Conditions were, reported at tristeza. a strange disease which after infection sets op going week
r a .. ** in Orlando. 71 per cent of a full crop this has nearly destroyed Brazil's citrus through the first year withoutany who :
., ... .... ........ entce.e4tl. year as compared with 80 perant groves. evidence of slowing up in in Clearill
snN .... fat. m caaktngiastes.la1lita In August 1916. Dr.Swingle said that the disease I growth or in production. plants by
for the Grapefruit condition was reported had been found in California and I Death results the scientist explained 'lifted
..ewe 4t T .. to held In at 68 per cent this Summer is slowly spreading.The : after the disease closes "This i AND
...... .?.. ap tola.et will beat u compared with 63 per cent a disease is caused by a virus I microscopic sieve tubes which said "
( .nisI a ..*...!..i.< htifer calf year ago.Harvest. which is transmitted by aphids carry food from green leaves to fornia i
iiablld M itm ......lCotbuck is completed for all and scale Insects. It attacks only the root system which slowly ly as it
r' ,. .... .t MM pTtt, 194047 citrus crops except Valencia sour orange tree resulting in perish. has a .
.a$ e4i.d fto tolatU oranges. Summer grapefruit death to this rootstock when used The disease evidently was trans- gram & .
..... taw the and lemons in California. for grafting the cultivated varie-. mitted from South Africa -whereMidOctober i which: IY :
w iF the p its I.... Growing conditions in Florida there.
I
3ate .ctie ....WI..... continued favorable during July. been i
t.... LMM.ee, r)....... Fruit is sizing rapidly and late possibly ACRE, OR BI_
Iii- bttNla, ....... sad ....ID fruit may "catch: up." Season of this

.. ......... Tropical: storms in Texas ended RAKE W. II :
... the long drought which: had been
swrtsl + *B* .m tmmoff** to MuMr MM her ehminaaaaeFetl Nor- affecting citrus prospects, and favorable ; GROUND INK .-4 Pi..
production is,now expected Forecast Trade
d .* f W *...*s .. Hwstt this by believes i
for UTe 1947-48 .
1Mgpaai lM.... aaaetod 1M third crops.A brought .
...... .... M tlft4ble. to light set and poor development there '
.. of fruit In many Arizona If JACK GURNETTOur of the
disMlel4 e.1.sl Georgespit
...neaaa .IN ,he from was caused by an unusually I [ Own Staff Correspondent] time. It k I II
a 4az 9. swr eeatat v wtftMf aNIel hot. dry Spring and a shortage The Summer is about over for the Florida citrus industry small : MURDOCI.

....... rafts f irritation water whicht.ntinues : and all along the line one sees activity, such as !Angeles, citrus.'n

."......-. ,.. ... --s----- *.tU* the have the poorest short. Navel prospects oranges and 'I cleaning, and renovating packing houses, repairing field I 20,000 I
...... a.... ....... -.vt cue fake.4sialsis i boxes ladders and field trucks in here Dr. i PHONE-.1417
grapefruit the best of the Art- getting shape-and
--.... ......... aM OrUle' battle to
g .ona citrus crops. : and there.a real modernization project. I I ranean !
Growing conditions continued I But many citrus people includ- OKA11M
"'v- New Irand Name favorable in California with good I in
:
ing George E. Copeland supervising I the
J
: prospects for the 1947-48 citrus
,
_
1t- Inspector of the Citrus Inspec- Meat-Animals '!generally
Far Citrus crops.Twenty
-t.
: Urged II'I ,
"' .". ed battle .
million boxes of California tion Bureau at Winter Haven are zci t : : : : i i r :
.: n i fornia.
'" oranges remain for market- i not expecting the season to start To Return
A.. I As
wand
"
tnt of the 1948-47 crop as compared I much before mid-October. In contrast left
#laia to 1MIt with 13 million last Summer.
.. <<"""'- man growMtfsrtMcen- i to previous years Copeland Good Prices i States h
:=: !
"" '' p j has "not even given a thought" to i r a PL
t1. ....._ every
ii' s 1hIp- Jersey Cow the usual pre-season classes which National indications were that!|
... i I "Much
U tlt ows a ed byftateet
Florida
the runs for field supervisors and cattle and hog ranchers United
L.listrg real.Moue I look forward to seasonal
can only
Given j inspectors. Herb Reilly. Federal-
/ nlaa.se..tsktaded High orange
i declines in meat-animal, prices
V Is I State inspection chief is not expected I I during the Autumn and early I{,!I"If the I '
t1* Howard MM back in the State until late (Winter the U. S. Department of ,I spread SPEGIM'
...... .*.***. bv *n- Club Rating I t Agriculture said yesterday.I I i ida may
..1- -- .. .. ......hcoetwmerw in September.. . a billion j
ape for that reason - .*. The Sunday Sentinel-Star] I If |f, ''"However prospects for large Texas
...... .ot q.. N.e. .. *.....hoa tooalo GAINESVILLE A registered i No one seems to be worried meat production in late .19.1 valued
........ hrllit...... .-b.. Jersey toW Observer Prescription about word from Texas that the suggest that meat*aninal prices "
.... 4 li44Nest. taking ad- 1083903. in the Florida Agricultural Commissioner of Agriculture has would decline occurs in consumer portation
fill ades944etoI the abuAfI Experiment Station dairy authorized the start of maturity incomes and spending"said : DURING
b4 t/ .:Itr -. eatllMiktttt a J1I' da." herd has been designated by the inspections in the Rio Grande Val- the USDA in its Livestock ,',State
American Jersey Cattle Club as a ley any time after Sept. 1. Word and Meat Situation report. I i i fast
+1HIlw Tested Dam having three offspring from Texas is that the grapefruitover chance
..... 54-,4, Marketing with official production records there is not maturing too Summer Meat-animal averaged prices 47 in per mid-cent in their THIS WBfflC
Dr. Raymond Becker. Experiment rapidly and that State cannot get ed from
I.pt.ttct at StandstillAli 1 than when
higher a year ago
started until late September at the
Station dairy husbandman hasbeen "A
"" .. .. ..", earliest. News that the Isle of price controls were in effect and I
informed by the Cat- ida '
Jersey were only two per cent below the;
bltt H J Lehman
Pines will have its first consign-
tle Club offices in Columbus; Ohio. record of March. Compared with'' Swingle
, - -.. A** htHHtai II prae The ment of grapefruit in the New '
tests which showed The
more animals
of meat
.> a mjMiaa at the statt than twice the York markets early this week is a year ago prices laborator
butterfat
-**t., ..* ..nit a few Items production not distressing as far as can be were higher than other major ..
of
""" .'- =. a .. sad UmatoraNet the average dairy cow learned. farm commodity groups. giant "
In the United States were authenticated is of
i ... ** Carolina by the College of Agriculture It's a little too early to ,draw Meat-animal prices are now ments : !
... and MtNDI brine conclusions in relation to
'. ; of the University of any safe from the somewhat hither velop a <
4 frame count being conducted bf consumer Income: and meat sup
, ,, . .. Florida and the American Jersey 'to; graft
-"" / "" 4 fed are dome Cattle Club. Growers Administrative Com plies than! pre-war.
.. ... ... Mid. aDd are
0 a mittee according: to Frank Seymour
Observer tested differ-
, >. .. It tot nuuuHiMCINC Prescription's GAG It will be This may result from a i
... 'progeny' with all records computed manager. ent distribution of consumer incomes -
-' ,, ... ..... .t. mid-September before enough
the Government
-- I I to a 305-day;twice daily milking than in pre-war, -
figures are in to give a clear cut
.IP' "" I mature basis averaged 7,327 !i officials said. Spending
I '
..
I pounds of milks$.51 per cent test picture. for meat increases relatively more .
and 40* pounds of Jautterfat. S e e than most other foods when con-,
Under the"type clasification program Citrus personalities of the week: sumer incomes in lower-income

of the Jersey Cattle Club, John Lang Winter Haven shipper brackets increase. --i ,. --. ,.
: -
the cow also has' been given a back from the apple convention at 4 -..-- -S
type rating "Very Good" which Detroit saying he might' as well Use a small amount of wax on ,
iI equivalent to a score of 85 percent have "stayed at home" because it a cloth as an eraser for black heel
'. when compared to the breed's was poorly attended-and there marks on the linoleum suggest
: 'ieIIIWEI I score card alloting 100 points to a was too much gloom . D. A."Deeley" Florida home demonstration spe-
>
perfect animal. Hunt president and operating cialists.
In making the announcement executive of Florida Cit- u .
'I about the cow. the Jersey Cattle rus Canners Cooperative straining The Finest To Be HadPAINTING
Club commented cow. ', at the bit to get back V> his
through her descendants should family at Daytona after spendingtwo II AUTO
do much toward improving pro- days in the Lake Wales office for that NEW CAB LOOK"
duction among dairy cattle of'', . John Rust. Florida Citrus Exchange SAM JONES '
4jt .... 41"t M '.. Cull p1. Alachua County and the State is 1! district manager at Winter I PAINT AND BOOT SHOP OUR PP1I'I II
-- '' Haven due back this week from 8.W. Oor. Garland and Jeffersos-
fortunate In having such a prog-i I Phone S28
restive experiment station." 'I'I 1 his annual vacation and trek to
.... of +deesas nr/etag ...beds Sun Grove Orange Juice 1141.._ the markets . Como Davis of I ,
'" -- ..... ... sdMe .... ........ Lake Hamilton undecided whetherhe I

... ... 4-H Club Boys Tour the will exchange go back to this Philadelphia season for. i Aluminum Plastic II I '_ .
I
.c...., Dairy Poultry Farms Charlie Stewart Aubumdale shipper WALL TILE I
,
Mtif.f . I coming up with a new idea Bathroom tii FORTKE
ISO Color Combinations.
web of tk* T'* S mdry SentineiStorlJACKSONVIILEOver I soon. '
: 200 4-H I . complete ai low M $!It. 22 .

j' .. ... .. ... Johns club boys Bradford.from Nassau.Putnam Duval and Ba-St. .' Upcoming citrus meetings-ten- SCHERFER TILE CO.
tatively, at least: Florida Citrus
; s .''tit" 41 MIIUN). ker counties recently visited dairy I 1, Commission.Lakeland. 10:30: a.m. S23 N. Orange Phone zzsnRanchers' NewAdvantages f
farms and forestry management Sept. 3.Growers.
+ Fttohgtuff I It projects In Duval County and a i Administrative and
poultry and beef cattle farm in i Shippers Advisory Committees : for
-
f1A. I Ih Nassau. Lakeland. 10:30 a. m. Sept. 9.
The boys saw one of the bestJersey I
4 ttstaaaaas< Hn..nau dairies in the country at i FASTERFARMING '
h Walter Welkener's and ,an outstanding ; Agent Urges
Guernsey herd at Dins- Supplies. .
more Dairies. They saw excellent
, pastures at both farms and also Fall Planting ..
- -
viewed daughter-dam combina-
tions and silige production &tDUwnort. I .
I. : Pest ControlsOrange :
t. We are proud to announce our
County farmers who appointment, effective July L.
, plant Fan crops of squash or cucumbers 1947, as authorized dealer for
r are likely to experience the new Ford Tractor and
j Sri itWMUMtUUfVALITY trouble from pickleworms and II I Dearborn Implements.
melonworms. warned County II I d d
The Ford Tractor
bc new eon*-
Agent Fred Baetzman.
t "These greenish caterpillars fI I lines twenty.two important
that bore into the growing plants I i Improvements with the former
I are troublesome in the Spring too i advantages of Fordbuilttractors.
I but at that time it is mostly the Come in and get aQ
late planted fields that suffer" JUSTIN BOOTS : the interesting details. Also FARM f QUIP

he said. JOHNSON WHIPS p for parts and service: on any
"In the Fall practically all BONA ALLEN Ford-built tractor, be son to
fields become Infested and dam- SADDLESBURDIZO !I call oa as.
.4 age often Is severe"
A
i DDT is the most effective insecticide Designed fry eepMt w e.ra

iifflM IMMI PROVEN MATERIALS to use against these pests EMASULATORS I Iii and Seated byImplement pMte galawns..., .
I he added. An application of two RUBBER PADS- tam. -
or three per cent DDT dust will RICODIP I + ar..e. ae11 __o la

.:-f FERTILIZERS FUNGICIDES check an infestation and will give FISH BRAND' I with the For. Ali i., _- s Sri e
protection for two or three weeks.
:! :, i HJMICANTS INSECTICIDES I To avoid having DDT residue on SLICKERSWrite the former 9u.d4 fluff ..*... .
I
. .> the squash*or cucumbers at harvest or Call on Us for ON DISPLAY I with the 1ePI..r. M11st1M o...s1a
f WEED KILLERS time applications should not Your Ranch Supplies
'I be made after the first fruits be- well tilth 1M s.ae P id Tseseas

I gan to appear Baetzman said. If w. B. MAKINSON CO.
fvt Hputt4 ..,m,. tfc the proper material*. plants are kept free from worms

.. '" ,..".. ... up to that time the farmer can Hardware fla. BEGINNING MONDAY AUGUST 2"
.. 'I expect to pick worm-free fruit at Kissiminec, ,
least two weeks. !
Check with WALKER! .


111 WHICH HATE THE ARE BEES CSERS ENTHUSIASTIC MACHINE OF SAWS FILED BY CS I BRITT TRACTOR (OMNW

1r:: R PimUZER COMPANY About True-to-the-hne their smooth Qualities.-rummnr.Try faster us yourself.
PAUL H. ESTABROOK I WINTER GARDEN, FLA. 11
ie t 17f Orlando Florida 1'rI..t .
i! i AttMtIH FLORIDA SAW SERVICE tl' ... K.iw
Te Mtd 0.- j,, LOSE ST_RE4R a IZ" ans I FARM GROVE AMD EARTH MOW UISNNL
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...., -= ___ Iitt hn Di y rnttnrl-&tar Orlando, Florida, August 24, 1947 I'II HOLLYWOOD WITH LOUELLA 0., PARSONS



E Ei I :t." t',:?:.,..1, ".; The Gable Charm Never WMMtj f

Es! -
s JJw! I LOUELLA 0. ARSONS
4 r
,. I HOLLYWOOD must say the -
t : : Gable charm FVP
? I never wanes. 4.
interviewed Clark probably 50 --
i l Il times, and I can well understandwhy
he has such a hold on the ; t aw .
I
ij i Imagination of the public. I had- .
j iuri n't seen him for sometime whenhe
stopped by and had a cup of
t coffee with me and coffee is
what I mean. Er. ,

, i i t i I We sat out in the garden and
talked, and Clark unburdened
I I himself of many thingsamongthem ""

the four-day diet, which.he .
t tt t'S disclaims-the future of Ava 1
,.
t Gardner over which he raves--
1i
the fine acting of Adolphe Menjou

and the loveliness. of Deborah .1
a Kerr. .
,
1 i "When the studio suggested I
yY Adolphe Menjou for The Hucksters -
,
I \ kL
l' 1. 1 XI a a. Jumped at the chance
.ETEAT PHIFO .," .. r Clark told me. "Any actor who is t
Hi* PUymfeachaai foolish enough to think he can FA'a' :i
aDd ftxy'I'Ma, _. .,
4 ny t
carry a picture by himself will
eventually be a dead duck. The .., ....,..... ... "'.
CAROLE AND
CLAM.
w ...
better the cast the better you are. 4. '
Marguerite Chapman George CoukmrtsMR One reason The Hucksters turned, . 'there'll neve bold steatiMl/ eit.
: >
DISTRICT ATTORNEY ,
.1 rr.v out Sd well is because we did have :r-- f
x Now PtaymVugue Theatre! such a fine cast. I was so afraidwe I l'r'I one .piaMl its Mfa uiepainted .. i
T # 'I ... '
c wouldn't get Sidney Green- -.3'i -
.
_
the aM 5.11 tt ,
street. I thought he helped make!
: i iT the picture. I I him. and he ftoaBy'had dew. It ---s 16e .,
"Keep your eyes on Ava. I believe i' each' at trlt laM_ r r. .. .. .... ti i

I I in another two years you'll -
find she is the best young actress
vv<'" in Hollywood. The first day she 1
.. I was on the set I was afraid of her ?
.
'
.. : ,.4 inexperience I and I tried to help S '
::; I her but when we saw the rushes 'I1k
: she was so much better than I I
'r sa. i I j was that I decided I had better 1'. 4, .
!
4tMod.it
;a 1 (
I help myself and keep my mind .... \
'r I on my own part.She'd do all right.. . .: :: :

>,: "She's not only pretty but i : z.

{ y. the girl can act and all she ";; ;; ;: t 'i

1'' ';F needs is a little more training r0 ;, .

.
"And I don't mean I'm in love :;>: {<: .
with Ava nor is she is love with " __
.I me-and I am not seeing her se- t'T ::0< I

; ( I cretly. If I went out with all the .
\ .
W I young-girls I am supposed to see.I i
'- 'Y k ; > wouldn't have time to get in ./ j
any hunting or fishing, and !
7ry > they're my favorite sports."

t .' Gable was on his way fishing.I .
( said to him, "It seems to me Yt st
j 1 youTe doing a lot of fishing and

i hunting." -
"Only when rm not making a -
: picture" he said.

j Then Clark believe it or not. I
--- got on his soapbox. First time eve
ever known. him to be that serious.He .

f I Ml! h See Air Mail Film Here 'ORANGE COUNTY GIRDS AGAINST HURRICANE SEASON ; let"You anything said:know interfere when I work with,my I never job. L #** is* t I,


I'm on time in the morning. I
.. Disaster Relief Group Readied go to bed as soon as I get home
.' a. ... lRe' ..*..& MM of the top !.

..- L ........ .... .. .... p..... tf it* country. and { ask from any the of studio.my directors 11 think, if they'llsay you

I I ... iI ..l.ah eau. lilt Ofr A Snoop. veteran With bad blows and .a Donald' S. Evans disaster relief dinator of volunteer speciaL rm never late on the set. Someof
.M pM awl elM of the first cane flirting around the 'I chairman and the shelter sub- : services.. these younger players amaze
4 4MM Vi ** 8nM4 ftutt to fly of Florida last week. I I committee headed by A. C. First responsibility of the chap- me they think they can work and
m ...i.B.d Nan The picture again began to wonder just I i Slaughter, would announce their ter would be assistmg in warning play at the same time but I can
R .' sa ttlMlRi %.**' iw tor daw at the Rosy the situation would be if 1 opening as required, with frequent voluntary evacuation moving per- tell you it can't be done.
..... .........,. winds dropped, and the radio bulletins. sonal property, and rescue and
taelef -- - ter relief organization of I Practically all have kitchen facilities I first aid. It also would provide "Nobody plays harder than I 1
do at the e
things I like to do. but
Alt .*Wt mean* a box orb County Chapter American and capacities range from emergency necessities from food I'm tr
when
f <*..t m the Cnsltoh Bible Cross got one of its ;100 persons up to 1400 for Orlando shelter and clothing to medical, isn't making a picture there
t'rst ac *ibatlate. two rttftrrrat Hebrew goings over. : Senior High School. nursing and hospital care. would anything make on earth that
.M. rifc* t?*.rt Noah embarked For over 40 years the Others on the list are Chamberof It would answer welfare inqui- 'another me put my mind on
t\ 4If iP. M th* eofftn la which Jo- tion has been designated Commerce Bldz.. First Presby- I, ties survey family needs and after thing"Clark
*tf .M proemd. ally as the official disaster 'terian Church. First Methodist "*the danger had passed would was telling me about his
\ rehabilitate families, assist father who he says, at 77, is the
group and in each Church First Baptist Church in repairing t aa
r ..;- ,' .'. plans are keyed to the type of need'I American Legion Home. Elks and rebuilding of homes, youngest man he knows.
aster most likely to occur Home, Cherokee and Memorial and provide household furnishingsto "My dad will hardly let, me doa
I Should High Schools, the Tiger Den. and meet the greatest need. thing for him. He had the worst
hurricane
ALL THE a the Kaley Ave. and Marks St. Shelters in smaller communities old car and I was afraid some
here county relief schools, plus Jones High ,School would be announced as needed day the wheels would fall off but
tJ would be in the Chapter (
Negro, and the Negro grade schoolat and sub-committee chairmen he loved that'car so that everytimeI
NEW 231 E. Jackson St, and if
) Holden St. and Orange Blos- would be in charge of volunteer suggested buying him a new-
ble building were rendered som Tr. Still others will be an- work in each one he had a fit. So I bought a a would
be moved to
nounced as needed. General sub-committees and car exactly the same color as the
Chamber of Commerce "COLO CARTOON
Working dirt"tUyitb Evans their chairmen are listed as follows -
w: For families living in i as a general staff in_ case of : YOUNG TURKEYS "fOPULAt SCllfKt
of doubtful stability first disaster would be John Masek, i I Clothing Mrs. Ada Wichten- Latest Well H .tVOGUt
DOS! I in case of a blow would be chapter chairman W.. L. Hart dahl; communications. H P. Dan- 1 I "TlK T *""* MM Y..'n E w t.f* f

I l I ters. A number have been I disaster relief vice chairman forth; food supply, Charles lim- Maitland Turkey Gardens
: ranged for and in caSe of and Mrs. Louis M. 9rr, co-or- pus; food canteen Miss Emma 1 Mile East of 11-92 .! HUitlapd SS Y. C+ A tI
.
--- n M.tl.lld-Goidenrod RoadPhone
Lundsren; medical andnursing
Wiwt' "
aid. Dr. Frank Gray and Mrs. Visitors Welcome Park- -StlWARD'S
20.Enter School Olivia Todd; public information
AT ASSOCIATED Nursing M. C. Thomas; registration: Mrs.
Fr Anna Lovell; rescue, Paul Dixon HOLIDAY INN I {
survey A. T. Coith; transportation Located midway between Sanford f 15srowirc
I Nineteen young women and one young man have en- I Sidney M. Swope. i and Orlando on Highway 17-9i is occ -
fOWU tered the School of Nursing at the Florida Sanitarium and i I The survey group, which always OPEN SUNDAYSCLOSED

e Hospital for the new term. I has reported on conditions following i MONDAYS pta

... lam"-Cta tol 69cg I All have had at least two years of college work, pre- i( a disaster currently is at- STEAK DINNERSPhone and CHICKEN t' { ,' lHnn

++ ...t7 treed-Majest79e nursing subjects, and after their probationary period is i tempting to'analyze special dangers I W. P. %.%311
such as concentrations of .
.....,., M.rt VftOt 62eVKtw I.C completed, they will continue for :, explosive oils, in advance. We cater la special parties

i r .......- ,6Tc63c James McDannold the three-year course. In many cases business firms tT'sM1O3 t 1 jilt"", _
have been lined for
I They are: Mary Ann Bradfordand up co-opera-
Transfers DutiesJames Betty Sheets both of Chatta- Lion, as for instance, metal working er
... *-'t Columbia nooga: Charlotte Jarrett, Moran- concerns which will provide

t'o.l.Decca" 79ct McDannold.former man-I ton N. C.; Marjorie Van Arsdale. blow torches if needed for rescue
work and funeral homes with am-
r Marion Mich.; Rosalind Aldridge
of the Grand Theater k
.... 7ge I ager lando and house Jefferson. Ind.; Frieda Alpert, *! balances ready to supplement the Now'' '' t .

; ...... Mitt-Celtxha 61cI I manager of the Cleveland; Byrl Clayton Bailey, I 1 Red Cross Motor Corps. t I 11.ti -
I In other stores have laid Playing
cases I
Berrien Springs Mich.; Vera Bergman -
Empire Theaterat 1
II Orlando; Doris Berbohm in supplies of things which mightbe PI'*$ V3iSLVACATlOH
DaytonaBeach
needed such as candles for il- S'
I Herington Kan.: Martha Cooper Wallace la Qt
is transferring Beery
Union, Miss.; Mary Craig.Atlanta; l! lumination of shelters in case of
to Tallahassee
I '! Raye Knight Maitland: Gladys i a power failure and are holding
i as manager .ox I "THE BOWERY"With
them.
I of I Mason. Clarksville Md.; Hilda McDowell -
er+eti-Ktn 19cI. Theater the for Ritz the i Guilford College N. C.; Each committee and sub-com- Ar ; *** *
I Mrs. Mary Newman, Jacksonville; mittee has been supplied with a George Raft
Talgar Theater Richard Peeples Plymouth Fla.; plan of operations showing duties I
I flounced Coit was an- i j Emily Stillwell.Huntersville,N.C.; and responsibilities In case St

;i : .. .. ..a..79c yester- {I Mrs. Beverly Strong Winter Park; of disaster. .
I day.McDannold Elaine Wood. Collegedale: Tenn.. --
has I I Il '
I been associated : and Jacqueline Woodell Columbia I Dance to the brand new music of
4iJ !,ta ,Miws-K trcQ....74c with Q it< I S. C.
Florida
SAMMY GOBLE & his orchestra

1 State. for Theaters.Inc. the past. ; D d-1''A. of C.the Larson Florida businessman Sanitarium- TONITE: 8:36-U P. M. 4\\ "DEAD Ktfli

four years and is now joining by several members RECKONING
lAC'c B. B. Gamer who with M. C.Tally of the staff last week visited 1 LAKESIDE PARK
d. I the former Highland Lake ,
: have formed their own theater 24 Miles South of OrUmdo on Old Dixie Highway -
., ..7ge I company with home offices in Hotel, near Avon Park, where
jth1'40wi
Lakeland they discussed the opening of IN
: .79c I I 1 ; dt.1
that place as a 109-room hospital +* + .
: Jr tft ,7ge I I" j Nor. 1. DINING ROOM PATIO LOUNGES I 4 : 0
; Piano on Top? J Dr.J. C. Larsen. formerly medi-
- ...... I..Orth.Ccm. SI.tS NEWARK. N. J.
lAP George 1 cal superintendent of the Florida
11 : Fin Alt Andrews, 1$. a piano mover, fell 'I Sanitarium but for the last two EL PATIO
Barbecues Picnics
it fret down air '
: s1MkIM .0s 'a four-story < years engaged research. will be
-- haft yesterday, then picked medical superintendent of the institution under the stars"
himself tip and walked up to the at Highland Lake. H. M. "Dancing S s. 6
first Poor. He taken Orchestra Tuesday. Thursday aid SatardayS. l
was to St. Baldwin purchasing agent of the
..._ 'M WltKWIllI Barnabas' Hospital for a,physical Florida Sanitarium will be business ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL OPEN DAILY 11 A. 31.r .

I checkup, I manager.
LA The Orlando and Highland Lake r
: !TA I hospitals are part of the medical Gary DUCK IN SS7IS.OrangeStarUng" <<

..... -- o4. aNt tg'chMtra of department of the General Conference ; Blossom TrailWe W
S50,00000i of Seventh Day Adventists, j serve the same delicious foods from noon tm 6 that .
.... II tii.... U-fI"W"<< k mom which operate similar institutions you get during the. evening.

,, *ea* 4t. rNfit.1 Kt.. l'lice I i CASH PRIZES around the glebe. I French Fried JUMBO" SHRIMP $1.25 t

I Big game hunting in season in
I $11.57 I WATCH THIS PAPER New Mexico includes deer .bear I [la Dding Room Oafr!

I I antelope, elk and turkey.
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.. .-- "" "* .. .; **** ** ... ta4 Mt... front aM center starring -Dorothy LaH Of Europe Are ?-
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Itr tht final Silver Theater this Sum
'-- A ...... ... program Singing Blues

.. l diIIt s *f O.f 4 Natal has rounded up more than half .bf.,3'Wi r>. .,x,- .a.yyt

4uf n top radio dramatic stars to appear In [By The Associated Press!

ale OM MI Aatle. half hour comedy by Joseph I. European resort owners are as gd., 4 1 > n r:

.... $ Heard at I pjn. over WDBO. I''I blue this Summer as the sea. lake 1

*... 44M MO' O2MI won O4 1 or channel waters in front of their
Slim On K *l i iI hotels.Highceilinged.
= .:.::= Glory Plet Trl luxury
'ItS I I ......... ,. _-_..-. Chapel la the Ski ;, hotel corridors
M.rda Chapel! ta the Sir:1
acho emptily. Trimly clad wait-
t.-a. == -:1::.Nn :::
lkewba Ones ) .: Crass Reefsl ers and bellhops once hopeful of
M tnHM C.w On.a aeeetfa NSC Strht Quo? 'I,
+ Ii ft B*. Jena p,... R.n10e. NJSC SUlat Qn.rM : a seasonal bonanza, cluster In gossiping -
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.*e0 ni.rk. N Ate WwdRrwt R'dap i complaining knots.
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t* NeiS lean Onrrk N Air Lererae Oo*. Tim ,
f M I.***. ..l.f titMH Mwir Ufth. MIa. Ana. I I| Despite a fair trickle of Summer -
** j*.. t..... I...... a..> ...th. Mln Aua.
>** ..' -- -:- .*t:CUM--- ::,.-:.-ch.rrn of chrln I travelers, the anticipated ks
H !r torus tf tVWfl atbk Clan __ Church of Christ and optimistically estimated ?
f M Cktrfe* *M Waled VMM ( r.* h.TT Cbotra People I
t Chw| rep WMM tetra :tPr pb fy The Four Notes -. horde of well-heeled Anglo- ;;

M.. .... -----Hw. . u_.___ Voices Down Wind American tourists failed to arrive -
n DI.1e F.vr Volen Down Wind
.. le4w N Pr.v lUttovtBt Stood News HlibllthUIUrlr in France and Italy this
1 N 11se1 N Pvber/ l.. atul Modes! Modern_ season an Associated .Press sur-

M *. Ut* slam UHtodirt birth Tint Pm ChTtbUf : vey shows.
: Cbirch First Prti: Church I
t tail rwf Mlhdlit
M ...... pee ...... UvtlMtfM Church First Prn Cn'rch ,, The blue and gold French Riv-
61 Maw ale lstMaf MHlwdMt .Cbirth First Prf. ChTchMwtial !iera, all dressed up in fresh paint I

Q.ap.acs... Mute Sho AmertfS United and ready to go for its first gala
,uNs.e :::: Matval MIMIC Show America United :I' since the war discovered )
Ilea.a/ ..... .. Mutual Mast Shew D Chic. R'adtableM : season t I
I' W o..t awl __ .t.al ..ute Show TJ. Chit R'ndtable the typical prewar tourist, with a

M 0..-....; =-Sttepfc -a..O-R; : A Victor Show i I camera over his shoulder and his

-- -- 1'1'' Nw. __. nO. BOrham-De RCA Victor Snow ,,! pocket bulging with francs. has
is. aM 1Md Mee. limp Kay .. Patterns In Poetry disappeared.
# SfM" t N .beo IS t 0 __ a. ae.4.d-Fk'a The Sophliticates.ts.at. : !i M

.. ... _., VtndereookRMiBlea plenty of Americans turn up on --.- r ..-... I ---- ""'" ""!
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.. ,, ... ..Ht>N. R lo - I the famed Cote D'Azur, but they I -
........, .. Soadiy Matinee
"" 11 i5 ........., latbtas Hour Suadar Matinee I i are American military personnelon RECOUNT EXPERIENCES: William Brinson Jr., [left] LEARNING BY DOING: Membe ......
.. ..... tHaeMal a Hour Sunday. Matinee_. :
a..lI..a I .
_- leave from Germany loaded .
Iof Sanford and Marvin Logue [right] of DeLand both Reserve unit receive instruction "
......, HMM *f M tt," Saadiy Matinee with American cigarettes and I

iik :. = I II .,.....ee...Rf Tree H....DHrtl of UTiUrr__ SuadtT D. Otrravtr Matinee Show I,I, other luxury items which they I members of the Central Florida Naval Reserve unit, machine shop of the Naval Reserve AtfftN. '". .

,I M <* M. _Kr. Tn Petertlt ._ D. Osrraway Snow :: hope to trade for the kind of : and Parramore Sts. The shop IS crwv4e'e,y lest'

= 4.a,.. ... rlNlrll! i f *tM Peel -r.o>r Arrest .._ NBC Symphony: i! glamorous vacation the Hutton rehash some of the experiences of their 75-day cruise of metal work. Left to right ore EoH Cris. 'i

.. lM .., t*M *f*:.b*aebia. ......>.. Ca4t L. ..t arrest 1aD4 Show._.. NBC NBC Symphony Symphony I: Vanderbilts and Whitneys used to I aboard the USS Kearsage in European waters. They I instructor, Arlington Manor end FY rlII ItiMt .:

;:; x ......... .. .. ... M&..16Md .1 IStI Jw ktr,>-$*.!!-tN tetUnd_ .. NBC Symphony : pony These up thousands Americans of the dollars French for. returned here last week. and members o* the 1110
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...... rtwe J I
al/Mp Wrbttcrt Sacred Heart !
flosses TBM*
: found hate learned to drive ;.> A
TW tr TMa Wrbatcn Cot Glee Hub a ..
# [I ., ___ utter\ Queen "- ;>ora .
Tk seers nick Caner hard bargain.
I I British restrictions the amount
,. ,- .MIt --- ttlM. aw Tk l "!r-' Htct_Carter' ..... tilery Queen -.-- "There aren't enough Americanand of travelers on take ,RESERVES HERE TO GET HARD DOLLARS

.....-. ., vane. ..... .... bore Or*. ...,... ... Jack Put Show .. British people here with mon- I 1, from currency the Isles.Travelers may I
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__ Jack Paar Show
DM OardlMr
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'!"- eat... .I11a61p 1J101tw .. _Surf Teid Rotoe'e Gallery I i faced Nice hotel owner. "We're : maintain that your heart just Navy Silver Shower Hits Town TwMte *

.............. .... ". ..... UWIattoa Board Stars of Tomorrow I getting a few but they aren't :, isn't in it when the cost of play- !.

....w i 11' Lode.-M.._._. Oakriel Mediation Nether Bart_ Star-of Front &Tomorrow Center I spendtrs." in; runs about two dollars for a ....

'" aettNtR ..... II4 wter .0.. OakrM Meatier Front ft Center I I At the municipal gambling ::' shot of cognac and a meal costs : The distribution{ of silver dollars,'I and Parramore Sts. The a..u.r.f -

i.llalw t11pis. 4'f...TTri ..tyDti -a Wayne Kin 1AMW .. house where stakes are as low as two or three times that amount. ': $2,700 of them, will start ta' Orlando feed complement of the turn, to 3W I =-=- =.,. =
the is aboutas f
15 cents
... .. ... _. CipkirtM OnkaB Wayne King I a chip, play "Prices are high because we : I men.
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Star morning
U Baraaa Show Guest :
ntm Jim
-- stores
exciting Saturday night
..._. Here to Teteranat.ehr as a have to buy everything on the Tuesday I I "1'lw ......... .. .. .1
.. tM .I.. *a VMt M m Jm Backo Show sociaL Down the Mediterranean I I "Certain rates are latrine ...- vt wlwa
black market The is that
restaurant the
keeper personnel
a reason 1 .
.. 1e1 Pie. _. Take It ortA'YlIt'' hind schedule. a-n. t-66 .... ttttm .
.A 'R.. I Mf MatU machinist, iharmacist's w !4a
said. "The black market sets of the Central Florida Naval Re-
flf B_thw Oaaol Quiet Pleasel Tate n orLeaTcItMJ .. MII (#atrt61 u' .. tt1$
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as .... Ua ..-... M Vtirk .._. en.(" Coy The Bit Break ? I the price scale because we haveto serve unit will be paid off in silver mates and radio DMA. . .
Itullra . ftli MM* ft lUrb .. .. conater Spy .. Th. Break .. I Conway said."Generally. aaa ft111ML- b l
t .. aLL jBii -< o///., pay black market prices for I dollars Monday night at the ds. a'hWaUti.
4 WHMaaT HlUmaa : News from NBO /.1 everything at the Naval Re- speaking. howtor.
we serve.
regular meeting
t/ gar OetB. O. Paitoa Orch Story behind hdli.St ?/ Q. g l; I: difficulties I II all Quotas are considerably ...... . a.. ... std
f Orch The Surf Club Or Transportation as serve ;
Armory
tlea KnIpe ,
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bl !.. Hn* ..... __rah. .11..a_ _Th. ._Barf lubJJr_ ,.. ". !I well as high prices keep the Lt Comdr. W. R. Conway com- of the anticipated schedule. i l "'H._ eI. _

r I gldllI s.Y .... .- worts Deere-Orr Parade'_-_ Hews 81.."from B. Smithnrrr NBC - wnmlliriA"I I i i their Frenchmen resorts.themselves Train schedules away from are I manding officer of the ,unit announced more"I personally men in the feel 17 that and we lt-y awed...,- I -; ; +e ; =J

0rOfr. lire Ore. .... Henry Roulette Or I yesterday that throughthe old bracket who have not had previous :
about half as frequent as in AiMu
.. ..... New ..----- Henry Russell Orl4a pre- co-operation of the Citizens Free fw .
== 1 I military training Over M
days tribute to the marksmanship
war a -
== OHOwm National Bank the entire
Off Newt and Sign : payrollof '
t 'I-.4'. u :: I of British and American men are now enlisted in the T-f M .

+Ita1 r i4 e"iow Itwh II Web _-=--- airmen who strafed every piece of $2.700 would, usually be converted consisting into of i I I (USNRI program here. which I.- : ..rr -

Web'IM __ rolling stock in sight. I' checks I eludes not only the regular H-

,ill gaaetM- Nl oa : ___ coast a few miles, in the white- ,silver dollars for the payoff. serve unit, but submarine aM I .
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Merchant, therefore may expect is alb w.t alt! ,4It
-- I IIt tie-and-tails gambling casino of electronics units as weU
I SOME PIPE to start receiving the silver Gila M M sae wIN V .- ea.wtett
:Canne ..a few wealthy Frenchmen I' "The two quonset hats we .
I | The Pentagon Bulletins, in dollars early Tuesday.The r dta.. ...
A't IttvOS PONTIAC 1 Orange County give the spinning wheels a play Washington, D. C., contains 200' Naval Reserve Silver Dollar have been expecting hue arrived ... y r ciao M .ta1a. .. .
but the tourist vintage of 1947 and as loon as they are .
*... *. 6N
.. dp 1111, Records miles of steel pipe or enough to I payoff is designed as a publicity ttaWap a 2 a
qP Court seems to shy away. I stretch from Indianapolis to Chi stunt to publicize not only the I .e .a .
a : = : = =
1(.... . ... ...... ". : M.ma.* A..llc tionCvawt Even the tourist conscious : Central Florida unit but the I EXPERT
g0 a.q .....y iLNtilf NIt rrancla Low Jr- 25. njbtrrvrtM French Government has realized cago. II recruiting -1 -..... w .... .. saw
.: .liI.11M .,a e .. a-t..nl.rI1tY Dad Peny Ann Garrett that tourist interest has turned i program now in progress WATCH REPAIRING p ar tat1.M ijJ.
., Parlt. MORE: WERE TAXED to enlist more members in the I
: I-POHTlAC "niDUm Hamilton Byrnes, 59. palntff. away from what was tops in I Specializing in Swiss and American a.tttaa$$. -
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and Florence May VerenBrJ. and chic in monied Ten times as many Americans Central Florida area. ..
the
Oriole glamor I art
. eae.161 alt NIl !p ..0eN.e6, ..... 11111 .. t". houewtfe. 433 S. Granteoert need .car twenties and uneasy thirties. A paid income taxes after the war Enlistments are open to men between Watches. 8 Days SenrtM i== .. : :;:,

""""" ..)*... c.e.Poyner... R4.Adcock.and Addle 23. Burroughs half million recently published : began as before, the number rising I 17 and 39 years of age and I ORLANDO JEWELRY

IS. eeretary. Terra Dr.. water proof- pamphlets on travel in France put { from four million to more than information may be obtained at 256 S. Orange. Corner J-a k.ee I...6alr -> Nil. salt.
2
Alken JPen..rlno. 40 million. the Armory corner of Livingston I
In.. TMCA and wtrtan Dorothy Oilliam.IS. the emphasis on the battlefieldsand I -a- -- ....
Wotkeepee ISIS Euclid: Ave cemeteries of Normandy rather -' "-- -
A"an Jateph Ptszlra. 42. physical tn-
traewr. Ulaial. and Man Burton Reback. than the pleasures of the Riv-
iera or Biaritz.
"wB1iml'to! la Vice 39. Army M N.worker.lolt. But resorts and villages which
Mary Cwina 40. olOce
and' Ann. Sol. were in the wake of battle have 0I

'AW-. William Walker. 28 track driver., trouble handling many tourists,
f and Mary Cnrtstanl Byram. 16.t
Okind.
for reconstruction has been slow-
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.s. Winter Garden.
HMwy ReyMldJ Mast. 33. mechanic. ed up considerably by 'the general
Tit W Oranie and Edith Hortense Xscbenatb : I economic disease which has seized
+ Winter P"t
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ImlrwrntnU 'ited I i all of Western Europe. Popular
ei > C. .... Jones afttdaTit Deauville on the coast of the.Eng-
.
Standard Oil Co.
lea State Stores to
lish Channel Is having tough sled-
low aereement
S ,B Rial Stores to Standard Oil Co.. ding because of high prices and
.w .
e. 01500 --
-Wtntaai Rlstlc et WI to ZeUwood Grown -

kFfTERSBURO 1M .. $10.C ,. ...... dATHLETE'S
i C. Bnntnt to Mutual Millwork Co ,
*d MOO FOOTU"CWOUA
W O Napier to Carl Leltaber et oz 1 ;- e #t"'"iiy Led 110.r.onKe. and OTHER SKIN
to carl LeUaberJennl
8 Mattlntly

BEACHES : N es oed. 110. et at to Carl Lobster lq.IRRITATIONS ern, n air I
4 Hendrickson. At AI OntSr-SOc$1 r .,slug c..w to

"cbarVrs A. Cnabot to Harold. 8. Lyons -
et M .. sio
Harold S Lyons et as to Charles A.
Clitoot" wd $10.
I Mildred T Pinfrock et rlr to Margaret Spiritual Advice
I. Ktarsley ord S250
I Jesse L. Beardsley et till to Ernest Kasee -
Jr' et n wd $10. SALLY RUSSELL
1 Milford Whit ct az to Ora B. Yoga etProtectU
all .d U. 1537 Cloy St.
1't. Life Ins Co. to Thomas AlWrt -
Scott et at aUl.I Appointment Ph. Winter Park S3
Adair Helsbts Ine to Orlando Dev Co.
I part rel mt< $232360Orlando .
K3. OT Co. to Sam W&Uns et ax:
k titbit wd 110. I I
Kenneth A. Bar et ax to Glenn T. I
Wright ct at assignment SIO AT THEWalkOver
Load W. Roserear et ox to nr" Bar
Sod I* B Asm mid 13000
Esther Burtt et al to E4wtrd W, ROse-I
tear .t ax .d SIO Shop rEr-sFCDLAM.
Harold O Stroase et nx to Wilbur H. : 1\
Strickland et ax wd SIO
s Orlacdo Deg Co. to Charles 3. Morris

It SIwd$10. : EDWIN GLAPP SHOES
Ltoyda Furniture Co. to Lloyds Home
PwrnutUnt lac wd SIO
P. K Streb to Paul C. Palmer et al
cl tHi *f It... I r
prank 8. Skinner to Harold O. Oard ( f t f \
It till
::aS. i It jTuobleV .t U t 0 CttrtU X. Uk
It of wit $5.
Wnks *t.u to C. K. Thompson
ItT:wd SIO :'
> Jane L West et nx to John,B. Cartin
w' 110. 1
John L klossman to Viola Mossman
,lied $10.Harold. 1l
A Stein et vx to Fay Leas ct ax 1i l

aaiWinian D. Bout et ax to W. A. Hunt PRE'WARPR1CEr
/ et ax mt. S2000.
W, A Bunt ct ax to William D. Bone
N till wd 110. 3
; City of Winter Park to A. W.- Barley 3i
tpl wd $!.
... bardt Isaac sa.AnJyra Mcwtda. et ax to Arjna H. Ehr- 3

H. Irhhtrdt to R. L. Smith etB
$ FLORIDA era
,_ City of Orlando to Mrs. S. W. Swop
4- elm deed $ISO. m
City of Orlando to Mrs. Maud L. Davis
tea deed $75.aay.osd .
D. Robinson et ax to Lawrence
-- I.,",,, w /rxTUISDAYS a. Ocon et ax sol wd SIO. .
Raymond D. Robinson et as: to Esther
rma. .to +rte--1a .*.......,. Mart Clark et ax sal wd SIO
Catherine D. Mustek to J. C. Robinson !
toast
Ct al alit 13000. oJN
City of Winter Park can Ben.
Julia L. Clphon et Tlr u Fir red Say .

t.AM$7rJ&FRIDAYS4te1ts611" $ I and W.Loan K. Price Alan: Jr.mgt ct al 12000 to Nellie d Band .
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.. IB4 Wd SIO. (3). The PLATEAU-ton calf moa
....... 040 Il* ia4ralofa John Rufus et ox to Am Fir: and Gas
"" ""io.A "' '' Co. mU $4500 casin style oxford $14.95
- - - - Tracer Thomas Moseley affUmrlt.
Cecil H Redmond et tIII: to Batlow O.
'<<.. ,.. b .fl 1e offm you Fredrick et ax nti $1500
The COMBINE I If,1
O W. Harrison ct ax to John Kuras
.-. .. tfft ft> of est.rbinment Nawd$16.
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Kdwln K. Wolf et nx to Conrad C. Pat- Black kid only $18.50
: r .. pH" M> H fwsas: (c Itorono.: Fare I! tenon et till agreement for deed 13500. I

to ...... ..., berth endfftwrratteos | W. J. .Capehan et al to Francis Auger' 4 J
Mason.Rieberd
, __ WiIIf.! H. Woodbury ct all to B. T. Orlando Boot
$4280 Tiller Bt< S700 Shop
=M .IP fMC ... D. L. Coon ct vx to X. P. doff et u

*.Leonard 110 X. Pain et ax to Met A. Sah- I WALK OVER SHOP]

ler mss $2a22.61.
-----t P''f sad or vriteJ. John B. Leans: et nx to Trace-. Mose-
Ave.
64 N.
Orange
.\ J '<- ,. t ,, W __ PWf N0. Muml. or ly Tracer et ax T.wd Uoseley SIO ct ax to Cor W. Jam-I

""'" its .. J..i1I 1. nxw.. cries et ax: wd SIO Beacbam Theatre Block
Albert B. Akinct u to Saul H. Steel
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i... rltlr&r e.ar e. t*(4Jc next an affliction I II The Luther Lean ef-ttw Mw' n. a 3 assn "'*-. ,..

:t ... et .a t18ilf *hirf annually causes about ,- II I Ida District win cotmfM Leg s garlands,
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to Sept. 1 at the maMMl: .l ... f,..teb A ._.
... .. .... "'" ., Me **U* In the United States. '
4 .i -_J 11M........ wit ......* said Dr. Dem. A J Bran for a convention Bible Camp and to Scale Oraelliea waI! a.._ f_x _s'u ,
- b.. ttotrtl pr.fetor *f urology I tb.a ence.I .. ..
: ..... Itl. .> ,. to tftt Yak It..... ef Medicine, t I i I Main speaker tot o -- .. .. ---" s
tfJ .. :;;; steal My .... t. the HeTeiy of .I,week win be the R*' y A a.asr .....
... Win T.. ... ala
earn prwtatle ranker as quist. of Centurla. e_ ___ 4r
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**. M U Mw atrnU which can O.R -- -
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idle 1 eA a 4 ELEVEN YEARS CFPICembilult.e
... ... ta M per tent of the cases so
;..,+ aims .- trtairtf' ht said there was relief ,. Yews. Mile- .- ;
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arresting
tr.ls pin a temporary
tit tfe* canter and prolongation of
; ,iWf IL W* far at least two rears. Many C&rI r ':
fcKfrfctdns patients were able to
mesa* normal activity at home
rusu *.4 at verk. Dr. Deming warned
l... IIJ rnl'I tuft Rag M pemanent cure for t'tuN.HUT sltb
*uue cancer except excision by .
H FLORIDA APPLIANCE WN. tf <

I w ee suet ._,atea Mtt1.vhea the disease is -I _........"'._..w.-_ _M "._' ._tC. __'_W'----T.T'.s. _._._-__. ._._______._n__._ mnn_ _ _n__ _____ r.....4, I... -i.r Fssi _
I I -. RESERVE OFFICERS in training at OAAB. Left to right, first i f Edwin C. McDaniel. Third row, Copt. Jesse E Alfred, Lt. William oa"XOE '''E.. Ire.s t aDAYTONA .
I B. Shepard, Maj. Frank E. Delany, Capt. Thomas E. 0 +-4 .1
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f row, Col. William A. Capers, Moj. Leland W. Emerson, Col. ..
J fJ VIM Davis, Maj. Frederick T. Haile Jr., Capt. Edgar W. Waybright I 117. J
1"Jv Woverly Jackson, Capt. Joseph M. McKeehan, Col. Early W. __
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I. Jr., Lt. Melvin W. Samuel, Lt. Charles G. Fisher, Lt. Col. Frank
Duncan, Maj. Clyde Crabetree, Gen. L A. Walton, Gen.
,.... IM Philpott. Fourth row, Capt. W. A. Bedingfield, Lt. John H.
1 .... ..... Homer L Sanders, Col. Roy A. Dunn, Capt. David! L Oakley. Randolph, Maj. Thomas J. Rice, Capt. Joffree C. David, Maj. 1 rte: -. --r
.... Second row, Maj.} Carl F. Bohleber, Capt. Jesse H. Wakefield, Robert Angus, Maj. Philip Canale, Capt. Jack H. Trim, Capt. $o/j '-
: ., .... Lt. Col. Fred Ruff, Lt. Alvin H. Lampp, Maj. Daniel A. Bland, Alpheus M. Geer, Lt. Col. Norman R. Wood, Maj. CharlesW. : k.JJHOItG'E.
Maj. Charles L DuBouis, Maj. Daniel O. Malligan, Capt. Brion, Capf. Nat Pollack, Lt. Col. Talmadge J. Centon.Orlando :
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r Arrival and assignment to dutyof Army Air Base during the past In addition, they will be Indoc- stressed his appreciation of the wr
39 reserve_ officers at Orlando I 1 week was announced yesterday by trinated and brought up to date interest displayed by the reservistsin + !
the commanding general of the I
on the latest. changes in AAF ad- taking part in the program and I
14th Air Force. WILtID'---
WATCH FOR f: Assembly of God The officers reported in from ministration and policies. his belief that their training period -
various points in the seven II Brig. Gen. L. A. Walton com-1 will be profitable to themselves -
REVIVALThru
b TENT States in the lith's area of I'mander, In a welcoming address and to the Air Forces.: : TtN..MinititMr I reap _

!fl'fl'i.1 PJVL: Daily August Except 31stS Sat. are command.The utilizing reservists. their many Summer of whom vacations -I - - ---- -

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