Group Title: Orlando Morning Sentinal
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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 25, 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
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It li, .WwW, o Blue Monday for Dad Gulf CoastOne
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.,. .NT tM tit* CMt of liquor will be so steep this

... .. ffet 1ft.i| of the house will have to survive this Man Dead t Will the Panel Below Ever Come True? I Exil

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.... "If A 4ftf *f women'i Fall clothing shows prices are Three Missing C3&1

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<9 to tt ttftt a liquor survey RrdEass

rt **** trip jump IS to 1r cent when the State Liquor GALVESTON, Tex. [AP] A FCa

'- A.I.,. s fw trade rules effective Sept. 1, stop the savage tropical storm struck :

*.;.**. .*.%*** pete war.kiiportant I
the Texas Gulf Coast late
yesterday

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to batter Galvestonand
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explosion-torn Texas City
Citrus
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Meetings I with 68 to 70-mile winds. One man H
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I was killed and three were feared

:'I: I lost at sea.Pounding. AawSsr JIJIlI.....
SI.It'ld for Near Future
inland less than an 1
.:::. .. hour after its latest location had !! Yt" f' p 4. xOeIUaM ,

:= : I, JACK CUtNtTTWWtRR been placed 20 to 30 miles South-1 ........-

'-. 'la.. \te'f r.spondentl east of Galveston. the storm up- ;: er .f w .' ._ t.>

k'. 3 ..... QMr HAVRN-IndicaUng> that the opening of the I roofed trees unroofed homes, and s .id orS.s-s. $4 --.4t.sttsf .
...... littered the streets of this
port
SaiA ...... Fl***** mtfws sawn is not far away, two import ,, .4v "' -." _..1it1
= ..... ,, city with branches debris and pink I Ii
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. the calendar I L CftlSE ....4 4mtr .....
..1- .f< wire put on industry yesterday. i j oleander blossoms. I Ii ,,

. .. ft.H M>**4n booked will be the meeting of the i Texas City where more than' yarn
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. ajo. Wednesday Sept.3.. Gen.Mgr. ; to death in ship explosions last i ii .
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Robert C. Evans said. i April suffered no extensive dam ... ..
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'... .. Side 1 The second session on the sched-i' age. The wind there reached 70\I II .. .. ._ __ .
ule is the annual convention of the miles per hour two miles higher 1
signs -rill tf

.I Of Lake Estelle.CMIM Florida Canners Assn. which.1 f than at Galveston and trees were I i ........ .. .... .....5\ .

: again this year, will be held at the blown down and homes damaged. etlsa. eq.r .asw ..-
'Sheraton Plaza and Princess Issena Several skiffs were blown against: hresa
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-* t Hotels in Daytona Beach. the Texas City seawall. Power
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< ,.4 *** mm Usrwuh- of the association, said | At 8 p.m. Galveston was still ...riea.rl.. 0 : q. ens

cue acct.area ...eli tor the ante I III. dates had been set for Oct. : a city of darkness with only {I II' _.. w the -

d ? 4 '. .tebod FM*.. 4Nrtn. theM .. It and 11. I'', emergency circuits operating. ..eees ttttaep e4tir..... Msa4
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,: AjiiliiIt i C. Rouss May, general manager power i I tyre t0 ....---0 te
irt#eiy too* ton* Gn Mee 1 U 'a precaution Wind was stffl
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; of the. Hills Bros. Florida and See w *rMt tfs rpai
.... ...4..I state4 rwtfnlaY, strong and rains continued.
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tS1': itI..; .......ma Milts aatd. headquarters at Bartow is assoriatlon At the storm's height stinging I I .ot.Ar ....= .w "..

.. .. .... to* ...*? o..ii tIN t.*. efrvrr president and if the or- slashing rains hurled crazily across ; .. rxV." ::......- ,,_ aldtL

et .. 4.arsbe attn- ganisation follows precedent. the t'ithe city; and the leaden skies I ........ a 4y1er$ S
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w0tvtur
: rws... lIP.. Out th* rte.tiial MW president will be C. C. [ICylitret seemed to settle to the very roof ... l i:1 s. 4 4 41w

.t esati 4.4hte Nde et kt12to first vice-president. May is ....... ........ .... .....

.. ......... is ... Set BOW concluding his second term as tops.Joseph M. Taber of Galveston d 4.a. a-... l114d. '-"'-

"'M tbi astir. had of the canners group and was electrocuted by a falling wire. reaiR ..eriU4 .tF.4 - w. twat M earpletetyaar
IE its ....... ssSaee taetbklMa. hrrfor the first vice-president Lt. Wayne McElroy,commander of iA t a M !'! .

.... ,(* itotiM M I*. pwise baa nor or less automatically suc- the Fort Point Life Boat Station } .....,.. I. .,.- .

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ta this Mine line succession. to_ cbeck men
...... .. r tae ws QtvetM abiiebi L. U tLeet Becker, canning dirJvutoo .pnappek' boat, Linda 'K. which I:: WaIIaceParly I,"'S aro.l T Air i U. s Soldiers .. .. I

.. 4. .. ...... .09tf M e.w fttte manager for the Adams]I sailed from,Galveston Friday, and i t early - I" .. t.a. .

.,... 04 '1'u M "tilt They Packing Assru Aubumdale. be I had not been heard from since. Survey Flight Set !
ii feoe le Ae e* te perfect" : During the storm a Red Cross representative I -
elevated to first
vice-president.i .Father Jasper a teacher -' Federal
Freed RedsSEOUL
R. O. IRobbyl Robinson, vice- traveled eight miles west down Js Organized By Agency 1 by

pmident of the Dr. Phillips Can-, Galveston Island to rescue five I i WASHINGTON [UP] A 40-mile,

41 in! Coast Air nine CO. Orlando is treasurer. \I persons from an exposed place. He LOS ANGELES [UP] A wide transcontinental air highway I KOREA (fAFJ) }
and i
the
was injured during rescue
The Sept. 3 meeting of the I joining Los Angeles and Washington -
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was taken to a hospitaL third political party, which ; Three American Army a>
Florida Citrus Commission the t will back Henry A. Wallaceas will be surveyed on *a nine-day listed men, held br the llaa- r
first of the new salon will be a'' At 7.30 pjn.' velocity of the flight to start from California;
Presidential nominee sians Northern Kite
was in
CMk KIs Two wind at Houston approximately a ,
lengthy session. Judging from the 45 miles northwest of Galveston launched here yesterday by Sept. 8, it was announced last 1 since Aug. 1%. were reto. .* 4 4omMrnls

number of matters come before' was reported by the Weather 300 representatives of labor civic night by the Civil Aeronautics: Ad- unharmed yesterday and bm...t

1-4! fUl UK fAr) Two In* commissioners not the least of| Bureau at 35 miles an hour with and minority groups. ministration. to Seoul for questlet>frt .by Cft .........

4 r ttjes ..f' kiJItd ter which will be a reported revision of gusts reaching 44 miles an hour. The new party was named the "Skyway No.1." passing over Intelligence Headquarters a. ... M.flBpp. IffiNF, lprTTw '
1947-48 Velocity: at Galveston was measured Independent Progressive Partyof 5,000 cities and towns win be the intelligence officer annowieH ... .... '
** *** .k* their t light th* advertising program. at 37 miles an boor with ... "
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news
MS: atlltd Into the For Mm time, certain factor i gusts as high as 48. California. first route of its kind laid out for : men was promised toe. )I....f. I'S

..... R** T about'- JOG yards within the industry have been 1 t The New Orleans Weather Bureau chairman Chief organizer of a Statewide and temporary committee private and other non-airline1 1 I The only other detail teetaMrt If e.-... .TJ-

.. __ UMls% rw, agitating for the exclusion from i< placed the storm at 9 pm.:: to promote the party is Hugh planes. and may cost between was that the trio was handed war ...... ... ., .--'t
wait 4i. .. ... osye MMMlflXl MH fresh fruit advertising of alle.loc [CST. about 10 to 15 miles south Bryson. 32 San Francisco, president $100.000 and $375,000. i to an American of fleer at 4 Mpjn. ...... ... y o s--.
AKtBU. tad I I of Houston moving northwestwardat of the CIO National Union of Official designation of the route Seoul time at th* *M.. .... M I dresii "" . .,- of<
%4r4 4 IfetftS !.,tIC ManrtU. .r Sunday supplement ;! ...
+ about eight miles per hour. Marine Cooks and Stewards. provoked consternation on the where the Russians h4 s.pn- If at.0 "'
Ie.?. rgiag that this money be Officials of AFL unions and the part of the Florida State Society '' hended them when they asto 0ud
tam oeM, .... ...... MIr .
amounts booked Albert O Brick .
added t the President 38th 1r1lldl
where the
Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen over parallel
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= b HcMM Food Poisoning Hits favoritism"and ,
1 it "rank vides the Soviet and Airtime
denounced
..4 di.etl s. ... .oUr for Mack and white grocery page I win serve with him on the steer- as !
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.4 .. ta.i4eta. .... ......... ronoUon* and spot radio. I 31 1 Guard Members : lug committee. "bureaucratic skydoggung. I occupation three zones men of K.r.a.The wet T.I v&.9

flI o+re# i. s.b.lsgtped' At a meeting of the commission Tommy F Pugsiey of Part :: _
.. ... Wins Texas Widow/ of Edison
1.9010 $19 nUft a.SM '. advertising committee with OKLAHOMA CITY [API Thir Thompson I Wash., and PIes John D. MM*.
....... Mtrrttt, of the Oklahoma y tatgMtll
members '
ItWt: .. ..ere. freer U* advertising fork recently agency, this officials matter in New was'I National ty-one Guard who have been in Vote, Second Race Tight Dies at Age of 82 of Port Seattle Chester and, N.Gerald Y. K. OfflM
d. ff..a. .... whew camp at Fort Sill were taken off DALLAS [AP] Clark W.Thompson. -
tics gird a UM ytaa, was duouaed. I two trains here yesterday suffer Galveston business man and NEW YORK [API Mrs. Mina .II J ..
3 I 1. .... Wes. Ui* pilot ing with food poisoning. They former Congressman was elected I Miller Edison.'82. widow of inventor t.M "" .
:.... Seo. eoaaieed M a Met Re-Enlisting Veterans i',were immediately rushed to the to Congress in Saturdays special Thomas A. Edison died i Police/ Warn ... .r etatrwit ,..
***** "" 1Ii ..... Army Air Force Hospital at Tinker election in the ninth Texas district last night. t1M ..0MM ...
1 Assured of Old Jobs I Field near Oklahoma City. over Lewis J. Sulak. publisher : Mrs. Edison. who was the in- te..t I<< '
WASHINGTON tAP The Labor I Lt. CoL W. H. McCarroll. base while the race in the 16th dist- ventor's second wife and motherof I Nudist Mob Maser t... .. :r&
W-"n Bloc! Department ruled yesterday thatveterans surgeon at the field reported that rict was still a nip-and-tuck affair Charles A. Edison former Gov- 1 tar --:
who re-enlist in the arm the majority were not in a serious ', between Woodrow Bean and ernor of New Jersey, died at Hark- NELSON. B. C !UP1 t Pe&w *t -.. Mla
ed forces within three months after condition. Source of the poisoningwas Ken Regan. ness Pavilion of the Columbia .prepared to rep wttti Mar> .... ,........ ar ... I
M; .. Fought brine discharged are entitled to not immediately determined. j i Presbyterian Medical Center where dreds of nude members their old Jobs when they get out Dr Wassell To Return ,[ she had been .a patient since Sons of Freedom a radical mm .Mr Uttr +r +eltta..4la II
to Robert : : July 16.Tonight's. : of the Russian Dvtek5sbns tvSlo Cto
J[ rUi 'WI I'll 11, S.i of uniform according Three Drown Seeking
,1 ; threatening to march M .r .. till talelS.R
.*.** #T4MMttt WPUadth.sl,4bs. .. K. Balyers. director of Veterans' As Pacific Missionary I
R-mploymnt tights division.I Relief From Heat Movies Kootenay Valley city to pw.at .- 4.Whm ..
tie *** 1at".AIIHIt ,, HOT SPRINGS. Ark. [API Dr. ..
arrest of 10 clansmenAt .. aeM
*'* f\"''*H teat t4.M M liMP NANTUCKET (UPI Three per- Corydon Wassell. retired Naval BCACSAM: Repeat Pfrfonnioce. LIT. .1
732.: I 37 last reports the rated tit.h r a.
,3.2. $ 27
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04 tIIJr-erev drteoa treaty Parisians ,Celebrate sons drowned in accidents in Massachusetts : hero is returning to the Pacific. ROD: Rrortt Ptrfarainre. 117 322. Freedonutes miHtagmasse e. .* -* !
((1 t 1aowe4 S ms.4 tnt.Cbta. yesterday, seeking relief -I as a missionary for the Episcopal S27 1 n. >37 wen .. .
.., ,. that UIIIIIt Release From Nazi Rule I' CAMEO To Each Hu Own 7:10. t 20 at Shore Arrev li aril 4 -
.- * cad t* r e from temperature which soar- Church. He and Mrs. WasseO COLONY: TrMbiol was Women. 210 West of here. Polir Chief Sobers -
! _i. wits 1M V Jf cUt- PARIS t IAPJ Fifty thousand;,ed to 95 degrees. The dead Dolores will sail Oct. 18 for the Hawaiian ..M. 3 55. '7 u. 0 49 Hanhaw said the arsUrtion ....
., Parisians gathered before the city j{ Douglas 18, Providence R. Island of Molokai where he win 3:50..30.:GRATD- Kin 9 10 of Bulldog the Wad Orammond Horses: 1 19 ttBi might last two .r. these t11se n. .., .. Ittli.
...1t ttpM M ..... .. bt a ban last night amid a lavish display : L: Stewart Day Jr.. Nantucket be a physician in a 32-bed Epis- *. 2 30. 9 10 7.M. 10:33. sar+ .me. 4t
... .......... wNbi4o RIALTO Oet\ Reckontnt 2 00 esrsans
without
of search lights and Allied t and John Conroy, n, Brookline. copal Hospital pay. 72) 1010; fautiom in Reno. 100. 3.401:20 He has augmented Ms ... ttp 'to.4W .3
-' Sird irereoeNnjtE flats to celebrate the third anniversary 0'05.voors. i with reinforcement frees ... flagged eJ. sale 4i50.rw
... s.tmeie. : Mr District A ton:"'. 3$0. ,
of the liberation of the Star Arrives sets 4tMtlw
... 'Margaret Truman Plans Opera 7:03. 10.23 Hit Parade ol 1 47. 2.39 9J3. provincial agencies for tie rn-
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T * 9 A ..ttoa : aSea.
French capital after four years of wla.4.1$
NEW YORK [UP] Helen Stein- 8 SO march which he said ward f...
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M wwisae oat pisal for DRIVE-Ct Rebeet i
Oennan oecupation.I National Concert Tour : aM
H sal Ud Seed .paiaa today I : brecher 27. Lily Pons of Germany ,1, APOPKA: Carnal flf colts Rea ably follow.
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I HOLLYWOOD UPI Margaret ," arrived here by plane yesterday -i, CLERMONT: Sea et Gnu f M 4r "- 4

Truman extremely happy with for a career in the American n'DELAVODREKA., a Jote Soa.EUSTIS : Sertd to Death. Fire Die Freight
w. Also as
Governor
C.ct FIHils I Weeps
I the enthusiastic reception accorded ITter Woat Betwt. M*. ; 4
COLUMBIA. S. C. [AP] SouthCarolina's in-Hollywood GROVELANO-: Crow Mr Heart : Train Smashes AutoHERIN. r.
concert .
Ca 0lCM her first public
V >>HH |. AMINES CITY: 13 Rae ItedeletoeKIS6IMMEZ ss
bachelor J. Opera.IT'S
governor Bowl Saturday, said yesterday I :: Blonai Knows Beit. Thi m. fUPlwere l'tTf twH .
.1.(1uL Strom Thurmond said yesterdaythat HERE! .
> tOlf fl intended to a Man I LOT* ,
she go on e
Hiiy : killed when tint e
yesterday
RomecUetcbLEZ3BURG
LAKE WAILS Tb"
.*.. fc j...., 15.0.1, aa. "I'm &p1ns'JoDlr skirts
concert tour "as soon as possible"She : : 111 TeuUn FACT: n. .
; ; : auto was hit by a Ch tar. Bw- .
.. Naveate. for womea's dresses. Asked why
teyft gluts baa
calls and twoencores WrJt-4ntf'r.
curtain
=_ wig W Tfemrmond replied. "I think that : won 11 50,000 I MOUNT DORA Tb Pt tiua a.8T i lington and QuIncy R.a ad
I from some 18000 people. CLOUD TIle TorUac freight train one mile east t< 1....
W obvious,1
titst0t41 taM. t 4te mad and akomU LAKILAKDPOLK: : Punafd: PALACE; near where nine died last MaHfc
.tft Omeatrnt warSfK Spoilers of the North B:a Tow: LAKX.
OVERNIGHT AND READ TOMORROWS PAPER I Nobody Lire Forever. Apache ROM 17 in a similar crash.

DAYTIME DELIVERYWhen .

you order merchandise 'CAPONE ERA A TEA PARTY' i
BLONDE WIFE TANGLE
HEIR
:; I from Orlando 1947 August 1947 I.'I I.
stores specify quick safe I.
delivery by Sentinel-Star i M ;$fcn T,& *W 1k Trf A252627282930/ Heaven !
Coated Street Battle! Express the Jack Rabbit California Gang

Line that leaves dally on LII hgh
schedule for 41 Central
.. llnlr.,M Ill ..11M D. in nuatopal court here on charges Florida towns. . Mer- 31 1 idan WASHINGTON Downey, [D-Calif UPI Sen.warned Sher- were world striving characters'to seize und AB4NI lldJIt"fI

.. 1 L" 11tIMtbOlfd: u cf druatenness.Traffic tied for blocks chants telephone 8291 for last night that California Is head the State police force and to "U*

sort ltte:1u: ,., eat bN. "". sad A huge wa crowd of ap pedestrians Agent to. call for merchandise. 1947Scptembcrl947l ing for a "bloody gang war" that over politics," he said be fca t.

till iMfcjttifM* * NMUC watched with great interest as ; 7Lo .w Tau 1k.J.t 4 will make the Capone era in Chicago dence that some of them at s.
and his mate look like a garden tea party. are "entrenched with some Seale.
ofttkela punched
M wait
i"!: etf ttth other: clawed palled hair l 2345 6 I He said "gamblers racketeersand I authorities."
I t4 shoved. ) blackmailers,* attracted by He said a solution rests petmaN,
iI : Tbt sugar playboy wound up f l tar 7 8 9 101112 the "lush life" of the Hollywood Oy with the State and inlet S
... abrasions his neck and 131 motion picture colony and oil GOT Earl Warren tad SUM Attorney
# tit ,.. . fear with on :: ;EXUESTSr.a
'It! t4tse ... r.i.ieed far. Mrs. Spreckels' injuries in- I.CI .U.., ,..- 14 1 16 17 18 19 industry barons are streaming in I'I'I General Fred U. H.*.ir,
i. .. :t tta td ctttt'on the forehead and I .,a.0 Mn.a j I I from all parts of the country.t t'to take forcible and ixamHMM"
.&II "" tY bffiMti en both knees.. I Contending that "these under-!steps to "combat this menact. 9



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: ti er at .... eltatspatt ty sad. pasture of Italy last week ended 42-year .I spread damage to vegetable
0:' .... ? ae #yt wart I..... ***" art aba: badly record heat irate and accompany-I I. crops. Drinking water supplies I ATLANTA' UPI The setting off
Ins drought and weather condition In several sections are endan of a crude "Molotov cocktail"bomb
.lear er wrw e Mar fftl ftrt4 caw on the porch] of a veteran A.t
are now nearly normal for gered. In Vienna vegetable gardens -
MIMi -. aA4 tfe* Artnkimf i ilh' i this teason. Rome had a tropical 1 may be watered with not Atlanta reporter was called by
Uunkfc aadiwafef downpour yesterday which filled more than two quarts per square II GOT M. E. Thumpson's office last
tit tar tuttm and briefly flooded some meter. (I. night an "act of intimidation" Y
S !tr UM .f IM .beat crop !iitreeu.! There have been no reports Scandinavian countries: The' committed by -rowdy political
briar tit* tfreught.tjlaiifi :i of extensive damage to crops. Summer-long drought hi Swedenis i! group.
.. tr* M had al* Britain: There has been no general expected to cut the wheat and I I An unprecedented crime wave
tIWf 41st m* arrt toy M per 'i rain since Aug., 6, and Saturday rye crops by 40 per cent less than has spawned several such groUPS.
M Iftctal "Ul. was the 10th successive day : last year, the chairman of the the Governor's spokesman said.
.... ca'.... _.000 tatty with a temperature of 80 degrees State Food Commission estimated The Governor has received several F
a t.*, sad sill hart toM or more in London. Sugar beets I and Sweden will have to import' reports that some act of intimidation -
a.= ....... that aaountaMtuha. late potatoes and vegetables have I I about 350,000 tons of grain to could be expected.It ) T
.. milt .J Thettrteualy been damaged by the drought but i ii maintain the present ration,. i came Saturday night In a I
fj Aid .. affadter |i the 1947 grain harvest prospectsare I "Drastic" slaughterings of Danish terrific explosion near where C. I
tstrtlt eutUnf, good. The farmers' biggest i j cattle have been ordered becauseof I E. Greror.political reporter for i
:.a% *..* a fcM| tar (ifMct Thou- has fallen off sharply and non-1 meat glut is worrying the Gov- sat reading at nearby Decatur. I
fW. d.a4 Ar4s Nt n-aw priority consumers are limited to ernment which has asked Britain Gregory was badly shaken by1
... r.. two pjiti weekly. j' Belgium. France and Italy to step the blast. Decatur police found
.. aw1 ... .: ......>.< n.. tttr martA Aostrla: Officials fear wide- i'up meat imports. fragments of glass and a strong
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r ---1.WOUCMlNT -- smell of petroleum fumes indicating -
a bottle-bomb on the orderof
SEEN FOR PUBLIC INVESTMENTS the Soviets famed cocktail was
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the Journal had hit the I .- .
Earlier J -
Bank Set New streets carrying an article by Gregory ORLANDO NAVAL RESERVISTS on c"-' 2T'Ii'H"c.: .
Earnings High on Thompson's statement that Eleven men from this area are now sere -3!
small and irresponsible -
-"SIlled the "activities of r .
aboard the U,S.S, McClelland e.D "" -
who take the law destroyer esc t =:
W.......1'f\tC ? T!* M- total capital!, and the slight decline report stated. "No Insured bank groups hiGeorgia. cc ." -
in their hands must be stopped training ship, on a 14-day cruise the Co
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asp' Mob ChAifcrd UP was explained by the charg- has been placed in receivershipsince I ." -
-- ..... ..... .. -. ...... oww4a. .d rerartt ta tot-off of substandard assets. May 1944." bean. The reservists were given three do>$ Dtw+. 0 ..... '"
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iN .. hMu Drpae Iuuruf' i On the other hand a greater Because of the Federal debt retirement -,
.. ... ... 4fs. "J yesterday. but number of banks topped a 10 percent program the volume' of' Incipient Tornado liberty in San Juan, Puerto Rico, when tM I.-0... W ..... .. ...... _
.atJC. .-.-- : rwen Lou dedUw4 net profit than ever before. Government securities held by ship put into port. Left to right above first, ..... ."o rM
... J/JI/ ....... ttWtY U per rent of all banks compared banks declined. I' Frightens MiamiansMIAMI ---- -- -
jI!! ,- x ... ..... ..... 01 Of.11I .tth W per cent in 1945. 37 percent In its 13-year life FDIC reported APt An incipient tor-
1 1::" .... >0j -- =. I****** ftl tM *;&b..ns.1 In 1943 and 23 per cent in it has paid out about $300 mU- nado which never reached the .
toM them fMC ,,1951"In. lion to protect 1,300,000 depositorsin ground caused apprehension.
'-+ -- *. s ..iis e1. sMa.* a IML if. aimers 1945. for the second con- 399 banks which needed aid. among hundreds of persons here;i
... t11M. ..... Ire tM4 MM TMs jfeutirt calendar year no bank "The corporation's ultimate yesterday.The I t
: t.: Well be .
& It .u saaeo pott1biee0 depositor experienced a loss as aremit loss on these transactions is expected twister developed In a tow- the toast et ...
... ; f1' b i00u atHre "
J "" f 010 of banking difficulties the t to be less than $29 mil ering cumulus cloud and pointed
; its funnel-shaped finger about
lion. it was forecasLThe
". :1 ..44s I a 11 a agency's original capital of one-third of the way to the ... They mole o pMf p... 1g s..._ A ..., II -
'- ... .. ttlill.. unary rapid $289 million has grown to a net ground. The Weather Bureau V SoNy Corn. th. ....a w .. ..4a air ai rraritw v

/ fill et as/IM New. fIItC.. If oiakd d posit.best 10. rF_ : worth of it$1,053 is now million.taking FDIC steps reported to- I! paper police switchboards headquarters were and deluged news-, orgy qu..n, o4 $.*.? ..... Isar s.sr ... .... ......... """

4r Los .. test ....... owsMeo of begin repaying to the Treasury the i with telephone calls. the promise pf*.*. . m s sa. 4r ..... -- ... '-"
isr .fIJI'. 4y1...... M 14 per tent original capital investment. I! brand-new. 9........ 5014. ... 1511.K.lio9Ts .
II.:Os+#hlsrrt Meet alxtt 4 be 1f In a word of caution the FDIC''' Woman's Body Recovered I Cera.S.ra te ea... .

... t. Mr -. tr MLIttm the4f f noted"During: the past four yearsy .,i I PANAMA CITY API] The bodyof Th. wtddllllt was pirf.trt.dr ..... _
Mrs. Kathryn Isobel Coady. i
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star tote .... trot vbkhI been business few failures and only in 10 general banks have i i swept Into the Gulf Saturday by'[I'
were
...... m aaeeUnt I a strong undertow which almost ,
closed because of financial difficulties claimed the life of her husband. :
1 a... .. txeslmM sadst I '
But with the
zxx return recovered
tan ewlR.tat4e0 roe- Capt. G. W. Coady was
of peacetime conditions business i
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yesterday by a crash boat crew
.sr r: .....1 etrLnn operations are subject to more from Tyndall Army Air Field.
normal risks x XL" ;
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- --- ..-, .... ___ atloeeatttnt lor Dividends of $:99 million were Polish Sculptress Dies I
called conservative. The payments
'+le grille. Mt pw &Je a came to one-third of the net prof- WARSAW SAP] Janina Bron-
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"I: I -...-.-.. ., fa.srtd. tom- : its accounts.and 3.3 per cent of all capital j yesterday iewska. 61.at Polish her home sculptress here. died I
.... gls.ewl .**&. MW II pr cent to ;,
j -- ... * Mffc tub. atcmate ., art' I
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jt Chinese Fear 'Monster1SHANGHAI

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: API Villagers and I vanished Is uncertain but two sets .
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peasants around Pootung across of parents both sampan dwellers
the Whangpoo River from Shanghai have told of snatching their chil- . .-
i have established a day and dren to safety in the past week
night watch for an amphibious'' when the monster grabbed for J j
: monster which they believe Is car- them. I
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>ar rying off children.
I I Descriptions of the alleged ,
beast vary, some saying It is -
: I I 'I I half-man half-ape others that
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U resembles a bate wild boar. :
The neighborhood has no doubts -
j I i about its existence, however and _
I I has erected a bamboo watchtower
which Is manned constantly. Vol-
unteers also patrol the creek
banks. | Going away
The China Press an English:
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language paper said a woman. 30.1
was killed last week by a posse !'

[ ] ,I which she refused threw her to Into confess a pond to when any / )

i knowledge of the monster. Reasons for Labor Day t
for suspecting her were not '

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i isi ;>d WILLIAMS BAY Wis. TAP The N f1.....4 .* fi'-+ 'k.. .

possibility that electronic devices i 4e... M 4 es ...eaw.1
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f may partly eclipse the telescope as
letters for sad __ .*-'" 'IiI -
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Sentinel-Star print
I i [The Sunday
k the primary Instrument of astronomIc -!! against the proposed county consolidation bills scheduled for a -.....- .. ......
investigation in the future ... .. ill
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p _-I IrH.i was suggested yesterday by one of I i vote on Sept. 9. The letters should stick to the facto of the co -5srrer..., .. .t .
$ troversy. They should tell why consolidation win be good for the e1.R.... 5-. .....- 1AI.w j-
: '' the nation's foremost astronomers.The .i,I county or why it will be detrimental. Those dealing la puMuJI- dyMt i.1. __ 41; 1
i'Y observation was made by. ties will not be printed. Keep the letters short-Ed J. ..... .. i.. I,
> Dr. Otto Struve"head of the University bMw r..,..
of Chicago's astronomy department I For AgainstEditor .... .. '
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and honorary director of Editor Orlando Morning Sentinel: Orlando. Morning 9eMMt
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-- Yerkes Observatory here while i I From the days of Thomas Jefferson It seems to me that the an.- "rrstllbttiIi.s 2 M.
I'I ment over the consoltfatten proposals ... .
I discussing plans for celebration and the French Revolution
is based on a miwadtr- .
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.H Sept. 6 of the observatory's 50th ,, people have spoken of democracy, standing of what they iotaM. to ..... ..... -
anniversary.Dr.. I j i and have hoped and struggled and accomplish. While they have ....* .. ....... .s.. ....ta1FM
Struve said the Yerkes 40-: fought to secure its blessings. widely publicized as mruom W ...._ .."..........., I ,
inch telescope had found 90 per streamline local aM .
y I government .... \i. ... .
I From the beginning the cardinal I
cent of its
employment as a giant:
reduce needless expense the pofcft ... .
lens for cameras which have usedit j i precept whereby leaders of the has not yet been established tfeai cleat I

.., e ; : in making more than 100,000 I;; people framed their acts was that they will do so. ..w r u.pa'Chet . ., I

$.'l3 s bts photographs of celestial objects Government must be brought under t The consolidation propootay !.1.M lit e'S .. .
including the "most magnificent the control of the people. base their stand on the fact tfcM pas 1.o.. I
.! .. a< ;. I collection of photographs of the I .
I I Their stand and the American they propose to lump together __ I
Milky Way In existence"Describing
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...... tsso* stand has been that the people some offices thereby cutting...*
the last half century must rule. i' But this In Itself cannot Mm die II;
,--.- ." e as "the photograph era of overgrown financial drain MM I
:i/; eNL astronomic investigation. Dr. I 1 And yet. In America in France.'j II government local State. and Federal
Strove said although use of in all nations that have professed i ii is imposing on taxpayers
radar and radio has not been i, to this ideal there have been I For to do so. consolidaUoa proposals
I developed "it is appropriate to Hagues and Kenya and Tweeds, must be carefully draw I
and the slush disgorged by machine H
suggest that the next 50 yean and thoroughly studied: otfecra ,
S r rec
may be dominated by the meth- ., politics. In many spots of', must be watched In their cipnments. i
ods of electronics.: I I the United States the people have I By passing these meaa4uenow .
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1 not ruled and the gentlemen of
The semi-centennial celebrationin we have no assurance that
the "ring" have grown fat. They .
the brown brick domed building I they will put under one head operations
: have put ruffles on their sleeves
on the shore of Lake Geneva will even as they laughed up them at so similar u to enable ytS"'"
M1 I Ir be occasion for a special meetingof the people who thought they were '. reduction of staffs: we have no
.. _._ the American Astronomical Society the government. assurance that by cutting the
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of
which Dr. Struve is 3 i For America has forgotten that! .
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s .ate d4 MU... All CARS! Miss Evelyn longhorn, Highway Patrol transmitter and receiver which chairman.Dr. ':the chief instrument In their. in also avoid a simultaneous tamt. 1
# fee tae. in deputies and underlings nnaoj.ed /w. .
: Struve said that
rod broadcasts gives the office direct tie-in with Highway' progress hands the ballot was also tha as the attention of thrtr .... ... ....
****** *f**. *f secretory, a astronomical study has been limited weapon of the bosses. An unwieldly -\ .
..... t. police cart from the operating Patrol cars and district office in DeLand. To I' until recent years by inability I and complicated system of local penrlsors Is distracted wKH M. t '. '
of Fire I phases of a wider range of work. ......
-a her right is the receiver Bspartment's ,, of science to comprehend and has obscured the +
government so ; In short .... ......,
rf CXvtVon of Communications in the consolidation has been
system, which she can operate in event of an analyze invisible light rays from Issue and confused the voter that) .
C 4y H*# In front of Miss Langham is police emergency. In foreground is log in which all stars and planets. He said many of the politician has ruled in the I! worked hurried out.forced It Is and not none now the too time weld sex.two e. F
the deeper ultra-red were' , .
I' rays meantime. 1
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ti' nIFe.4ter and receiver. To her left is'RUSSIL are recorded. to adopt an unwise set of rules '
e4 lae1alsi messages likewise relatively little under- ;. The way to democracy is for the eatteew I
... . merely reshuffling a staleof ... .
.L .A. -L stood. esr tgaa I
_l n people to rule to control. And ina .
inefficient: office-bolder +
I I Recent use of German V2 rocketsto clear-cut modern system of operation -
COVERS AREA OF 45 MILES IN RADIUS carry spectographs and camerasI they do so, by electing a I AHA._ .P a i
I i I I to heights of approximately 100 set of key offices with election of'. .v H-> ;
miles "where the air is so thin as dozens of minor officials a second- it PixczBREAKFAST _
i -- Police Fire Radio Rates With Best i I to cause almost no opacity have 1 I I ary issue. By consolidation Orange SET .
tLH I revealed a remarkable wealth of ,; County can insure itself against OPEN STOCK 1' ..
1 I information concerning ultraviolet I loss of control. The charge of loss
.. I light of the sun" Dr. Struve i of balloting rights is the wise oldi $4.95141.44310.Orange '- ...... .....
It W | (MUCMtt) ALUMs i i The police radio covers an area verbatim. Th log is kept from, . -
'1 iir. af. Sflltff Wr'trrl' : 43 miles in radius and serves 26 year to year for reference purposes said.. i game of the boss who knows that THE CHINA MART ; J
"Astronomers and physicistshave he amid confusion and
units. ; prospers .....
'. aDd fen radio f A**. Ttt 184 -
>* fnfire I recently learned that the sun j ignorance.
The Fire Department radio I .........
Much of the of the
:ftM Ml **& rank with the I success sys-j( and the stars of cosmic space send ABB. I ""' .
similar but
rovrrs a area serves I
; tern Is credited to the operators
want in tau oat are eat of the out radio waves whose brightnessmay -
only its mobile equipment.The
f.oj* ft tfco iaoiheut own whose alertness has been respon-I be detected by recording and Holds Audience
police radio located in the I sible for the saving of minutes : i{ Pope
ffct to Ifc* optinon el tttnrtsf many kind of I
.. basement of the city hall where measuring a peculiar I ROME ] Pope Pius XII heldan CAMOUFLAGE wtat -
I
.***... tftf eaeBAuntottonso in dispatching: ambulancesand static on suitable radio sets." I
>. *.r * 17 Orlando units including three for officers and of
j yesterday men
wrecks as wen as directing the I
_ .Z Isle eta_ ft4 beta rtrrirrd from motorcycles: four cars of the8herurs Shotgun Blast Kills the U. S. cruiser Juneau. which
.... AI tat easy M 8n rran- Fire Department to fires. I' $5.50 Per Roll F..0.'
-.' '. JJIIIjIe Office one constable'scar I' Recently, a State Road Patrolcar Laborer Two WoundedBORDENTOWN. arrived at Naples Saturday.ALUMINUM ,
: two cars and one motorcycle{ radioed for a wrecker south of', ;,
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? -- - ------ I In Winter Park and one car In Orlando. The operator at the city I; N. J. lAP A i Shade for ferns cataiNMM. est prat'1. -,...

'j' '1- t WRIGHT ; Apopka.The hall had a wrecker on the way t I shotgun blast fired into a groupof ROOFING i shredded steel 6 ft x 71 ftM .! 11./ .
..' < . ... COM. China city ban office also has a : fully five minutes before the reQuest migrant crop pickers reportedlykilled An Lengths 2x6 inch mesh 16 .... wl/u
! .'''; ' -' teletype service to any city In the came in from DeLand.On one and wounded two oth- $9.50
i "re MarkHwuNoMrHovx country with a teletype and! a direct ers. Dead was Wilton Turner. 17. per square
I tie-in with the Florida Highway another occasion: some Palmetto Fla. Henry Richards, Orlando Ex-Gel Store ROSS SOUTHERN IALB
thing-happened to the Fire Department i
! Partol radio system in..State 25*of Crossworks. N. J, was being I Ii
H Road Dept. district headquartersat radio and all messages in connection with the j Telephone 2-3321 i Box 20. Son Motoo. Flo. frslr
i $ 1. t...... ..... concerning the fire were han- sought J Corner Garland fad Roblnsoa
DeLand. and operators of both dled at the city halt shooting. State troopers said.
can talk back and forth at will. ', ---
All cans put out by the Fire De- 'I i There was an occasion here .
Iatittl.AmrWiMS artment and Road Patrol ,are :,'the Fire Department trucks answered \
1
uard In the office. Police calls are three calls without return-
heard over a monitor system by 1: lug to the fire station having been I I 1
t.mHmJtsEI.r. : the desk sergeant chief of police I directed from one fire to the other
detective bureau. Sheriff's Office by the police radio. I JOIN A PRIVATE GOLF CLOT :
I.r and the Winter Park police ,taI -i Operators have to stick close to ,
:, their Job. While the number of r;
......... Ur.tat1.et tion.The ''calls vary from day to day. the
\ .. I I Fire Department radio I 1 day finds the operators
rMt g jlt .na.4Utss average
t be from the city I
operated
ran
I i : putting out a cal every six min-
s = .' hall, but the police radio cannot i 1 utes. or ''an average of about 240 FOR ONLY 25 DOWN 5'5'x

...- CMIING.GmlUDE7 be ment.operated by the Fire Depart- : for the day.

I rAS4 *lPr# . tM eJtti In the event of a power failure
aw..l twW. efueee, gel "g"vt the system has its own portable Mrs. Odessa M. Moles
e ....."e0 etlw . a Nei a. generator, assuring continuous
tee. .... .Lit .,.. .... operation of the 24-hour service. Announces the Reopeningof
4iM .1 ..b-W.t Mi Wit . eb. The office maintains. Sachse
F'F'I .-,.J'"tstellll .tlw .,. ..... I.w' said a complete filing system so her Beauty Shop
1 s 1e --w... /ee .... designed that the operator has all Claret Main Bldj.Reomi .
F'I I .. : o** ..."...,.. necessary information at her fin- 204.2W I
..W4.Wf grrtlps and can ten in a few seconds -
,..WI I
._uRILLS whether a stolen car has ,
...,...HMf1 i + teen recovered or not. FRANK

AU equipment was accumulatedand .'
Installed over a period of several CREBS a,.
- ....At.a
: years by the communications
.. division' which handles complete I
..IIf. I UI' Realtor
maintenance of all units served by . 04ti ft
.. ffllr ijl both systems. CwtHli jj ; .1. A Memberships in < PVof f41club

I' "I! -- Tht police radio Is operated by I Property" MaiogtrEit lMN > < > : ore now ovoiloUeon . .. !III. am 1
.II7Y'
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relief
four regular and one operator Wi-
t while the Fire Department I I Ph. a1710RENTAL :: : opportunity to j jeHI. ..... Itii M Mt. !

,.1& radio" all la handled members by of four the dispatchers depart-- + .a.a1. amazingly low ca0Frt1e ......1.. fe, "

''I i ment. II TRAILERS 1.S.I As a special indU(........ Mail tiMr. ttJLp5L : .
.. I Handling the poUce'radio are I
Evelyn Langham. senior operator r: YOU .; member will receive hot ... .. ...... J

aI Wilson Dorothy operators.Ward. Helen and King.Dorothy Rita HAUlI ..:fi from Jimmy Lenz, tae ttM J41.... eiA

I I .';- tlJ rl uk WR* xcs 7M47i McGulre.. 11. N. England relief operator.L. S. Berkhei- I I E. ......... .<4 The yearly duet .1 f mitt $100 Mrtbr> \

.. mrr. U L. Cannlts and W. A. I I S r- greens fees for bath ..... mi .*** ed..! {
::1 -. Spence are the dispatchers at Hour" day or week: hitches furnishedFAIRBANKS I .
'-- the Fire Department I TRAILER "t" + : of course oil club ...... I JltJ INO
Iii- t* rtiel Ctan sar.el
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-.'...-.. Operators of the police radio go SERVICE r .a need $25 i.. .
only et glairaete r
: a. pay .
'--"'"-- ..:.-... --,,--- further than Federal CommunicaUons Fairbanks Are and Clay St. .
regulations and log all calls I I 4 in convenient du c. 'j

\ lWMI'w rf INDUSTRIAL a v 55w I t

1\ Price of Soft Drink I .', 3. J !

t I .... ....., ... IMM.fS! I ENGINE : a:: :-'?J t
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.t1fiiI.Jii"'L' ..- ... .. Here Is ReducedI :
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of Industrial ra- + ;
I Uftlnc sugar REPAIR SERVICE j -4f.. .

t Uooinf.production with. the of attendant volume and Increased raetory halted Mechanic I /It. ;t ; . :....

t'. ..... ....MunI I I J&.IN. the has made cost of.it possible Fepsl-Oola to reduce to- Genuin. CcmtiDe.taJ Puts ..:> $ .,: :-;...''-::',;' '.,-,-"' < .m..W.:,. . '. i .

I', fire president cants' of Hugh the bottling J. Jones companyIn vice- PIPE= .: ';< :< :: .::< ':'. / '"' I'"

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11 I cW1fl1WY I Iwu.h Into sufficient volume production sugar we and canto Ii :JIMMY LENTZ-CLUB PRO j

nuke enough to fin a larger demand .aea nra+wee .MS*0iaou.I .
than we were allowed to
.. .. I I drrrtop under sugar rationing. I

.J -t.M.Jl .r i IClstaeMtieal : The reduction we are making to Pine Hills offers you a brand new nine hole course intend to limit ow r 411 f

0 . ,Iwt !I our dealers mean that In price the 12 should ounce therefore bottle-I FLY AT I NIGHT with rolling fairways, shelter at every hole, ice- people with w.... vojnr ti ......... 1D 1

-: -. """- I vQ stain retail for five cents. ",' water at every tee and rest rooms at every third hours. . peeple coAw Mi
1 t : ir h t',uld.a See Orhndofrom.'the hole . in short the kind of a course you have Why don't you 4r.f rot fw r _Mlwlrw s4 f .

.,, j \Air -* always wanted to play. The ranch type club house week . we know yew'D .*>It!% sat' 9'
"': -- '--""" "'>:""" :"JI, .1.. \ and pro shop, with cocktail bar and restful lounging course with its tutor*I Hnmte 4a- f , N '

in a safe, iji etBeecJicrofr I facilities will certainly meet with your ap .think you'll want to )nm i>ur' "'n, I'

,1m Bwieiua AirpM : proval. Of course it goes without saying. that we bers once you've Viand u. j

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j . .A :' a:1 laity reset old freta. sett narks:'Ah* i
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J !!ft1hta ftMthtrl ; THE MERRY-GO-ROUND THEY WILL DO IT EVERY TIME By Ha HoMND THE PUBLIC THOUGHTPrefabricated


a4. Q 4. !etrtaIMtw >OU GRIMES.TrUS S JUST IT'S ON-y A SUG6ESTiCN KiD NEPHEWS
.. Shock To Lewis Seen ,COiISIJJ HAs
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A ASU6SESTTON-AS :I ALWAYS SO IS ASHOTGt I. HERMIE 6RASPAW$ G AN' (

4 .. tae tw __ M I SV/ HIRE'EM ON THBQ KiEClTSOMLV. GTS I E PROMCilc I J06 OQ MARS!4txi cASr

0" .. 4. ... .. S t, KOHET S. AIIEHtt4U.r's is 6UT-UH-7Ni5 IS HEM, HE BECOMES TriE! NEW PER MOVE AROUND HEKSONNEL Boon To Or/amfe/ *H MI
Drew Pearson a
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2 .. kckf vacation the Merry-Go-Bound is being
,.- .1 E OF&6Be Editor Orlando Msrattf tiKatrtf
\ : ''''''''''- written by his old partner. Robert S. Allen.] COULD STRETCH A 2
,. IEMU fa**, tnntu ***. RELATIVES After reading your hmrtBj iMWf
WASHINGTON U. S. Bureau of Mines POINT AND 6WE HIM A irrTEt f
I pj. ; .. .resaih t elm k TWXBJ5 the other I detest A*. M
BRIN day
1 __ f 41rwr.:\ irMi 1E I win shortly issue a report on the July 24 mine CSACK AT THAT OPENING OL+ '

E ... .wwleat i. t w ink tIT -.. 4Uter At West Prankford 111, that will leave I 1M THE PROMOTION HESUS6ESTED1H realtors are shying use
of the shakiest ACT DEPARTMENT NEJUST9TS5D prefab housing, Instead .f
his Ii.i. John L. Lewis dangling on one I

.. .;'.a t-- I limb of his turbulent career. : D5PAETMEIJF it VHAT KWO OP MERITS sirs: BJGDOMEPOESALLTrS short sighted precraa <
: : ; seem that these SoY prt'4
killed in this' WAS SHE HIRED CM
coal y
Twenty-seven miners were
; tNg4 r* r mNfiBI i i could develop into a m...
90 -9WVBMWy tfe tragedy, caused by a gas explosion. Howard Lewis, lar project if tt were

... ; ..* hr **** of..ait brother of John L. superintendent of this mine.I : right Most OLe are ta at

-i i,, MM is .MM MR.e..**. e Mt John I* Tas in nearby Indianapolis when the d i bracket and a ".000 to M JW"

8'i a+t.a .. disaster occurred and rushed to West Frankford I &N 1 is tailor-made for hu tneletst. I
rwi API t
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: ire .......... where ho immediately went into a huddle with hisbrother know of at least eight oj M
and United Mine Worker and State official will sign en the dotted HM V.4S

,, ... 1 1' AM. 7L Itn k d % the right man comet .}**.
.,,, aT t'I
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But. despite Lewis' searing denunciation of the : p% + > I _

tM4.. tttMtt rariier Ctntralla, EL, mine disaster as "mass murder I C "
-I Reader Has Serge fi.*i. Wf
.. -- fjI -... sad lie ,- ne was strangely piacawryconcerning : ; :
...1If'tI.! I
__ - .rlWa-+ this one. = : Such Charity Itffas ft #fe :: :1,

.... I Out of the huddle came a pub-j o ,' ,i Editor Orlando suing >**... .

ttt lie pronouncement that the tragedy l r ,i The Aug. 11 paper tauten' fti .

-.M t Pt ear e..w :: was "an act of God. i % .. -WONOERI $\\HV 1 i item about a local weaaaa fc a. fctf !l i4 .
: died recently and left her eB>.
.. .... Ia.e sees UMW moguls and State om- A PERSONNEL 1 I

sWhi44tehth dais went to great lengths to I I 'WNAG estate of over "'WO to PThat et tea ...... .. '
ChIn.I ER./ANyHQW? shoTs motherly deeeMe. tII -
whitewash the disaster.
IIQJH J L 1 : Harold Walker of the Illinois Z4 course but wonder if dm ttt0t4w !

........... If,.... Situetion1y I State Mining Board proclaimedthat )190 r1 IIEWARD 6.7Coo non:, old Christian lady undoubtedly and a good a ertgM dee0r. leM. Pll


..... bq skip fit, "nothing the explosion.could have Hugh prevented rx. ,+h r' ,,err .. c.a G L.1 aa..Klrr7 1x531ID 8-25 7Z'ROr\7Q CAl/AM J had hospitals ever beard orphan of ajyta&s sum MMTII at AMN M 1r M1 '

t se. .,... itA eft the I White Illinois UMW president and - --- Ian institutiocs.I Mt +

1r. trlir .... ill Ott Ia4dloueLU Allen a top Lewis lieutenant orated ,I Could It be said that aCe list r a t1a-

"There win always be a few explosions that could i\: WESTBROOK PEGLER SAYS f been entirely tndiffereM t* bee 's. 'x. .- fi+ 8a

of r Narlal,2i, It than,e not be prevented.' You can't legislate mine safety.|I : son's welfare U the had .left. esMt < ,- es r fl.ttr

The Bureau of Mines' report win ten an entirely $90,000 and bequeathed the e.. 0 .. .
as ........ ...ik IMt the different story. I With Spiritual Tone $$.000 to a half dozen etertta* p e ertsu eslt -

__ to w. .... ...... Lake It win declare the disaster could have been' Slugging a institutions? Could tt be taM Mat tw..a .

,
'heu entirely dertttwt f feto testa. seettssra esrhe a bale
I averted had adequate safety measures been taken. - -
..... ___._ .. .1&8ft. ape I Also that not only was the mine too gas-laden.I B? WESTBROOIC PEGLEK However there was this difference that until I mother had left him oair HJil rear ere e1I tgr,.,
instead of the whole ant..., p54 dMaS .its MV* elf 4asaahst
.... --- *m. but "non-permissible" equipment such as in- NEW YORK-He probably has other plans started asking questions and digging up the answers Now this is not in UttM. eaat..s eoseadl0i JMt** *

drills used in de- but, if not Irving McCann the lawyer for the myself he swung a heavy prestige in the U S. A.
i I feeler (spark-throwingl were : happens an too freQueaUjr 1 tMtt t en.. +ee e 5s..
red i I fiance of Federal mine safety standards. :, Congressional Labor Subcommittee, could get awful He used to be referred to as a labor spokesman our ministers an to MaaK. he- Me.f

p.ui} erg tt Farther that "fire-bossing" inspections were rich before snowfall just by letting patriots shake ," when he was actually only the spokesmanfor cause they fan to imprest.. tte ; to apt o

holly Inadequate. I I the hand that popped Joe Padway on the snoot the onion bosses and was drawing an enormous minds of their flock that die .** sifeo4st.=ara se ,

17 I for a dollar a shake. income for it. of Heaven win not pa fee .a* Mesa earl .. = e.'I .

rite Net: Two highly pertinent facts the report will There was a spiritual somewhat in that pop. I When I caught Padway on the petition to Pres. who simply prays and K**. MMl t.

Lahr + *#*Mx Bet to into are: That the unsafe conditions that might compare It to the sensation that the baseball Roosevelt for a full pardon for Scalise he said he prays, but who rfitM ui ...... =.:=; a eta

tai gals tit4ett ilenalt i lid to the explosion still largely prevail in the ;clients used to feel- when- the big just thought a man who had committed a boyish in his lifetime, and M kgatea. l apP ottth 9& 4Bfc93mmt (
4 i I mtet store iu reopening; and that under both the i *
Babe would pivot with sweet graceon error-Scalise was prostituting a girl on tour witha tray * *mm aat
tww UMW contract with the coal, operators andO tars e i er
hY4I1
tarok .t those: canary ankles of his and carnival when he was only 18-that a man who P
.* Taft-Hartley law Lewis could close down the :the ball would take off, unmis- had erred R'Al i v.ae i
e+seS asaES because it is unsafe. The Taft-Hartley Act as a boy shouldn't be penalized an the Cf((11 Fl4RIDASeJ +M.MOr ***
dMt takably labeled a home run beforeit rest of his life. That was Padway's story to me,
authorizes the union to pull its mem-
WMtftrtJll ,
had quite come loose from the and although he admitted that he had received
a
Bas MK of a mine on that ground. I1 I1t stick. I am hoping that the movies fee of $1.000 he Insisted that It was legitimate pay ..io
I I
irltMA, ksm f.
were present at the committee from the union for drawing
bestowal of the Medal of Meriton up a constitution. .
1r111eiN $0a pre Truman's hearings in Los Angeles to catch Scalise had the first and last word about
> lift WfcKe House Sec. David K. Niles was a two-, the happy event with sound.I in every-
thing the union, as Padway certainly
Md sentimental event Niles is the last of the was smart :iiIa
e ttaMt bh! 1 J am not one to endorse the enough to know. Then I looked up the constitutionof Vzctoqk4ohe4Ir
......., staff sun on the White House payroll the
on snoot as regular the
Mpa [pop repartee building service union and discovered that
afforded the genial
'
aad the decorating ceremony
between counsel in leglslaI it Just
was
the standard
n flit lodge-meeting
tt.m trash and
hiM ter ..*... the opportunity to do some free-handed lathe HANUT root
I hearings and before the bar. yellow-dog stuff that an the union highbinders
--
t9ra4 ef. i kl+MM. number of I)I Pegler but you wouldn't object too grimly use. Padway then said oh .sea but the new constitutional THE QUESTION --
At the President's invitation a women -
!
would you if a fellow enjoyed this particular
them Civil provisions which he had drawn up for De yea bat a p#* bfefe fef
wen present. Among were sm-I| one this once? I would be willing to pay a small the $1,000 had never been embodied in the constitution. keeping Beet In this AefMl
in Ceo. Frances Perkins former Sec. of ; i fine for the pleasure. weather?

A f., Y.... 't.fflfio"I; Fte4 Kirchway. publisher WPA of official The Nation Mrs.;Helen Mrs i*'I They were having a go-around in connectionwith After Scalise blew up and GOT. Tom Dewey THE ANSWEB1
Pf uvfte Kelly one-time ; .
the union rackets in the movie industry which sent him to prison there was a scramble for the Charlie LMgdlit, lsrapW t0fe

.. :1111, ... .... .-i tom' i j Aknaa Census Bureau personnel director; Mrs.J. C. .Padway certainly should know all about, for he office records and out of the files came a letteron chanlc Sanford L..tdtjl
I I IBaseten. I
: ...l .....eltM *. wife of t'"9 Census Bureau director and Mrs. worked a long time hand in glove with three of the the letterhead of Joseph A. Padway general ( "My favorite trttk to aA 'rtri 0e

; ...... wife of the Alien Property Custo- foulest vermin in the whole American Federation counsel American Federation of Labor Tower alt I drink p4ea r af ewer eM G

i 1alitite ....: the decoration 1 of Labor-George Browne Willie Bioff and George Bidg Washington. D. C. addressed to Scalise, dUll. to cootclothes. ..-. eNltrr1esi5 ;
It
After the President pinned on let
Scalise. Brown was an ideal labor leader to thisbellowing president and saluting him as."Dear George "It
amusement of the former. Niles was warm in rents --
Kto. to the treat
= old fourflusher who has fattened on the dated Jan.
21. 1940. a few days after the "
IRS expose. but if will
There yet
eta$.< bussing the assembled ladies. was 'r-
toil and the sufferings of American labor for 25 and it sympathized with Scalise and abhorred
in the shade
stay -
RIM Martty. but none of the women refused. .
Pegler. balealsehMaA
AAerfd Nile expla.1ntd."Th1.s is what you might years.Browne you will Biuaiv .
was an ideal the dirty thieving Toward the close it said: Ton must be main- get a breeze Uu- ..' -
.... ..... .,.,... Nii eal ref em French. The French always kiss the j I grog-head and Willie Bioff the old mackerel tained In this labor movement for the good you is cooling tad .. -- ..
...ay. t* of a decoration so I gave the practice PhM +
eart
who -
drifted
naturally into the onion business have done and the good yon will do. Remember. there is BO real -,

.rot elrre tit ..... flee a Mw twist' j from a reeking brothel that he used to run over I am with you 100 per cent. Yon certainly can reason to suffer .... ... '
'ts
on Halstead St. Chicago, was a magnificent count on me to help you and I win consider it a from the grew
The American Legion convention opening in I win admit these Lss4iesrt
dynamo of human energy. privilege to do with and
g MMt o my esteem: good
I! Xw York today will see a hot behind-the-scenes {'! IdonotgotoutYt; + *>** 01111
There was nothing offensive about Willie that wishes I *
am friend signed Jo ,
your ]
*
' : bUt .*rr the veteran housing issue. dig ditches and .tf 1 dad I r.*...
you can discover in the record of old Pa.dway'sorations Padway certainly knows the angles of the union
I tfeti Ith! The' Ltften's housing committee is very muchM could net remain oath t+re *N
to the underworld mob at their annual laws and he must have made millions < .
in union
04war1wIr the pot with the rank-and-file. The commit- ing in this biG* **.* *W . .
conventions. But his dream prince was George law practice but I have never heard of him representing getting warm t halt .**. .a. fr
emir trt M *arlt Scalise also a bargaining agent and traffic man- any individual American worker againsta 0 +
t
x_ Merv M .and failing to procure GI housing legisle ager for prostitutes in his earlier dan and also, in union boss or racketeer. He has been a boss- Mr*. Prod ratifttei, MaW+

..*. hens Congress.TBM the fulfillment of his career a client and dear per- man all the way. camp open'or O* f C*i 1 . se

:: < rank-and-file resentment has already sonal friend of Joe Padway. Since I divested him of that phoney character "'I have pJn'. el tnrtltM" .$r -
BnHd List!! in a series of angry state crack- This after Bioff keeping: cool: I war t1gM ea"sgttl/ ee.r '
it ALttlie I was Browne. and Scalise had of spokesman for American labor. Joe has been "
.M**. U U unknown outside of Legion circles aM 4ta1 Pelham V -
been promoted by the Capone mob to the controlof more cautious about shooting off his loud mouth
Ml MX &Lst. Organizations rejected the commit- I sad airs rule e etie
the moving picture and building service unions but I guess he forgot himself again While I didn't 4
..** reeecamendations and endorsed the Taft- i i and Browne had been boosted into the executive suggest that I aTt It lee ee.- r.k
Padway be
the *
popped
on moot
lsbsat ......W.Mr housing bill. which was vigorously day eta. west. rtt.
{ council of the American Federation of Labor itself. I want to shake the hand that did it. susstnr-
esaa else
eau III
Mad $ ae3ess4 but Congress both by the committee and
* afpel There Browne sat in the of William
company After the
popping
States Padway said that if Mc II Ills_ 0115M
ewe rl fut lobby. The revolting were
a !loses I Green the president and old blubber-head Dan Cann would step outside be would be "tom to sr1 sr a sras
..rv .bmpe &re. Vermont. Massachusetts. Mary- Tobin, the president of the teamsters and old +lil
Pvoaifif ania and South Carolina. t pieces" by the men he Padway bad "the honorto I seseat -
Mft4
,
=
; *4 AMUcowa ; : mushmouth Joe Padway who pretended they did- represent Iff. 1s. ,
the Legionnaires thumbed ,
IB Pennsylvania,
1 n't know a thing wrong about their rodent friend That is in line with Padway's concept of manhood set i/MstMe f t -1p -'
drat ewes at the committee despite pleas by Na- .* 941Lw .C '
.
-
ON _I 11t and refused to lift a hand or say a word to convict the employment of goons to handle issues -
.M Comdr. Paul Griffiths and Sen. Martin. ., a5a.eas
MIaO 0. him or the others after it had become Mn. nbIMM Irgtlt .
1, w Mrt even plainto of personal honor. He was born abroad and he
1- .fkth .as led by Walter Alessendroni. execu- that to all of the emMB* t Mlconcerned
,
everyone else that they all were monstrous seems never to have acquired the American idea ,'.ree.lt oI
pee aeetor cf the Philadelphia< Housing Author- : vita Al af tttM are
crooks. The general executive body of the American In these things. But I daresay that if McCann
Tides excefiew BMUMtf rf a.Nrtag
an
I' Federation of Labor is comparable to the Cabi- had stepped outside he might have been torn to I tool

net of the United States and Padway's role was pieces at that by American working stiffs in a *
M Mo t+htrtttl ,*... genial Cyrus Ching is slated to take over I
eh a oMN ivie of the Federal Mediation and Ooncilia9m I roughly equivalent to that of the attorney general. wild struggle for the honor of buying him a drink. 3fr Ourtotte Th***** Mb s-

.**.*. immediately: after Labor Day. FMCS keeper DcLandNo. :

I b the farmer C. 8. Conciliation Bureau which the i INTERPRETING THE NEWS OUT OFTHE FAR EAST I have M l'r" I'MM rsn a yit
_M4 ra try to relax tad .. 4*
Ut GBegret ripped out of the Labor Depart- !t e* ': "
.1erpp vid r tae.e I do not get out a .4's' ,

4 "S b..h soot hM1al sad made Chini'an independent am..... FMCS agency.has been un- China Economic Change Needed I in late the, in tun the Htll afternoon sli

i tlsawiliMtt <*ri.*., a flvblve behlnd-the-scenes reorgan- and .
.
,. el ads i. Joins! luu.. there 1s usually .1 44 s *

9414 gshs We A Mother of firings have taken place, among >r JAMES D. WHITE defend it again with the same have probably increased for some a good hreeM a ba

lttiit ti'ti h tl4ss seine of the ablest and most experienced TAP Foreign Affairs Anar'St Vigor, the new Nanking NavY I'I thing which long has been a possibility then. X aTOJdcooking c

atatreau IP-I..n.. ... They are W. Ellison Chalmers head of! The Wedemeyer Mission to Chi- American- u1pped'but untried in I -the appearance of an autonomous hot '.. e wit '

alb MM FMpram Division; Carl Schedler. chief of arbi- na has completed its investigations combat might get a workout in I i Chinese Communist meal tn the : x y 'a, t Aaad' rems.

a gran t..11 ++ lfiEiittilp ....... and Fred Livingston maritime expert. | there and is on its way home via Chefoo waters. 1 state in Northern Manchuria. Such Summer heat ,. taw ese rh.3

+1 e ntaeatselat.tr. .... head-lopping has been done by Howard i, Tokyo and Korea. Last week in those waters I a Soviet satellite would be a likely and_n_ dodse say .
I 1 I Nanking said Its American- I consequence if Nanking succeeds i kind of work Stn. T........ II, .
ftetaB. tenner assistant director whom Ching The general departed with thei 1
equipped airforce In physically separating the North that win make a peeesa w teae
h4 Biade his deputy director. admomtlon that military force wa bombing
China Communists from those in I also dm tn de trio +r ....
I alone never will eliminate the Communist Junk traffic: between j ........ '
Nt 1 Tfctt and the list of firings is highly significant -
I rte ; Manchuria. I'light and eeeHag ai ,. ar '" ..
i, Communists and that China must Chefoo and Dairen. 90 miles .1 rtes.eaAR... "'
i Ortm *as made assistant director by Dr. John Rtttetinaii 1 ."
of them u powlMe I .
.
x immediately undergo drastic economic north across the Gulf of ChihlL I eat '
eta+ tt > now White House economic adviser when *

fee w.. head ef the Conciliation Bureau in thefeMMteH Even and before political he reform. Then came the Nanking order 1 Tenants Fete Janitor Mrs. Thin geese, ahs<......

Administration. And all those let '' spoke things to "close" the Port of Dairen. i secretary. Wteter P*.%
out 'had 1M hi0. '
to
begun happen in China ..
which is doubly significant because .
Called Perfect Gem
ttttlllt altllebk bf Cetrtn were brought into the agency by Steelouai perhaps because of the mission "Mainly by w ektBt r a as.
to
ttKcenorBJ I perhaps not. it could backfire seriously: cool of ftee. X slay rMftgff (ire, snddwtact '"
awl, $Eist lft% ties! if not followed up with something I CHICAGO [API Walter Clausius I
| w. Uoa in inner capital circles is who IsBBMMm After two years of complaining, to make it stick. I .....
who doubles a1M
tip i1t srire as a baby-sitter toy-
niCS-Chicg or Steelman? On the basis American business men in China What that might be is not at *.

= trait i r 0rtMje .f vfcat has transpired so far. it looks like Steel- should be the first to benefit from all clear but it obviously has fixer dogiwalker and gin rummy fnrtaate I asefM ..

tees *aa M riding again. the limited relaxation of foreign something to do with an Amert-I player when he isn't busy as a .i the 4, *

exchange controls announced last can protest six days janitor had 50 silver dollars. 49 .
I ..... .Aa e
week by the Chinese
Mtr..iHIsintin-el government. Soviet Russia over continued occupation cans of beer 49 pretzels, and two rttt ens Ewais
I Radio
Program of Dairen in spite of the
I Politically there is not yet birthday cakes today. tft'rW. athe
; any of the rumored reshufflingof Sino-Russia treaty of 1945, under I 4w6
..*t mott W\.Oll cne woaz cam Nanking Government which Dairen was to be a free The 50 tenants at his North Side
+. . __ ,.. ,. personnel trine I MTMrs. =
0w T.i. P_wlU__"___Co Belie 1\ or Not Apartment building declaring he .
r although that in
e __ ..... P.""'" .... C._Ron .____ -- time. may come port.However, the American was a gem of janitor becauseof taa.. tte ee
a, Hoe Puts P.whlt.mn C._ Studio! PartytitH -I' protest I "services beyond the call of F1... MNr. ..* sr
I 0e Daeaia Studio Party _.. was not made public until the day
4s. ..$::::rbstea Teat_Lb .... Studio Party __ Diplomatically China got tough after China took the rather venturesome duty" lavished praise and gifts does not bother me hm :, + slot
tk+atae+r i ties-..d Vel.dy Thatr Studio Party with Soviet Russia last week and step of "closing" a port on him last night at a surprise of swtmaiBff a tat af*

earl _, Oat a.* at'tM Terry Piratea .: &adio Party = closed the port of Dairen to an it I birthday party on his. 49th birth- and perhaps Uu Help B. a;; .
-? < ...*. Row Rar'Uaa Radio Rodeo I not only does not hold but has .
I RtI.. -...n. Lev Watt _____ LoweD Thomas __ foreign vessels. China does not I no visible means of acquiring. I day anniversary. main cool" .

IiH1 .. h.1 as..... ..__ DiuMr ItwM -. la tin BportUU. Last week Nanking quietly intensified Chinese Communists : Threats Miss )In"wra .ri
must decide German
S -.ant ..,-. Ran i Taylor Mule for Dtalnt I its civil war against the Against wood
a.*..... Two __, *peru Parade ,. Henry CassIdy whether they can rely upon Rus- '
".*.I***-N..tes-.:-RnCW EdlUom CcnUn. Ualo QUI Chinese Communists. launching a sia for help and whether they I Socialist Party Bared j -I remain tn the -* ?

s- .M IBM* ..*ma ._ RBMT Pn .... la Hubest Tres .. drive across the Shantung Peninsula shall try to hold Shantung.For 'I BERLIN fAPJ of a fan mh:1* .o ,* ", t ..
AM O.*:w AI". of Melodic Voico of FlrestoMM i pointed along the strategic The Neue Zel- not go out to U* t t r ".. Aee
e es Tunes Anna .. .todJf. Voice of Firettont 1 tung. official German newspaper ....
Russia de- \ * .
R I Tsinan-Tsingtao railway and toward they mean a i sun unless it U *
Tk.. .o.kw Scatter Telephone Boar_ of the
lee u
Mars asi. American Military Govern- .
e *..<. Tke.u. Orcaa Subdue __ Telephone Boar_ the Communist-held Port of cision whether to hang on to I absolutely we*'*!
.1 -..->. 'hIM' O.y Uabardo Or Symphony Hall _t Chefoo. Dairen in spite of the 1945 ment said yesterday anonymous sary. I do not

1_ : Ii 11 lM ..... Ta" U. O., a-INInte or. Symphony Ban .. This action is comparable to the treaty and tn the face of what letters were circulating in the know that you r_ tIIr
,*. Wt ".... ..rh Rent Clua Symphony Han ; first great campaign looks to be at least coincidental 1 Russian zone of Germany threatening -
a year ago would can this
,- i .t Mt hwM Ira, Fwa Hint OBB Symphony Ball i revenge for the "reign of ....... Ofiste esw .1.1J1II
Sino-Rwsian :
which took "
i k e M any Pearl:a Or. Amer. Lettoa Aua.s : Kalgan from the Communists pn ure. any trick but tt
y s b s sl4t c :::. IUr haft Or.: -. Amer= Lesson Am- and cut the overland American and Chinese action': terror and hunger" by the "Red does manai U ... ... yshy

w, ... Tatt Orer Ne..Dd8 Fascists of the communistdominated -
bridge Mongolia from their
!It J..t s"ei *ao. Art Moooey Orca. Barka M at Waia. across therefore whether Intentionally : German Socialist Unity help one remain
M .* Cruel -_ *kla.ay XaaU or Prank Bogart, Or. base in North China to their new so or not. is tending to force both I [SED 'cooL, X have to !
fcg.. Awes. Oita.-Se Prank Botart Or ( Manchurian holdings. Loss of f Party ).
#4 e -- : the Chinese Communists and Russia prepare my own .
=
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a.een.RsH sp.rrOroh. Neil Loafs Serenadtm Shantung would deprive the Communists to make policy decisions on meal and I )Arts ttrela
[1 Doan oath. St. .
Q.
545. Orta. _- Dean Orb-= Bon Monan ore r, of their last means of Dairen. Manchuria and the whole avoid an cnnecacarr .**** ""
.i.,D.eee One.Ori Rr ..__ Rev Mortan Ort moving back and forth. nebulous relationship between I Billy Rose . lug the hot weather arty .

4b ..... .__u ski _, News k Off I Several months ago the Communists Russia and the Chinese Commu- I . Is on vacation. Ills eolumn rat sandwich and aais.it
541 i> (%-. Ort _-.. thwarted an earlier Gov- ninsts. E.JI
rtM. ore* I will be resumed upon his than stand ever a Met

+ el, lies .... ----.. I ernment attempt to take the Shan- Whatever happens because of I return. I avod eating bat _as. 1\1 1'foodl.

..,! e4we eta a Lear a tung Peninsula. If they choose to these developments the chances ."
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"""""'" ,... Viable Fish ContinueTo


Supply Listed : Livestock Industry : InstituteSet Citrus Prices Funds KM

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...... Hit Beaches i Rule HigherIn



lit.. Stilt Heavy, .o.!w"YITw ST PETERSBURG rAP Fish Expansion Forecast At Camp Cherry: New York For W. MIl

killed the "Red
-. tIIlt> Yegeta.bt t aapptlet by Tide"continuedto
,,,4 p rtXNI la New York come ashore along most Pinellas I' JACKSONVILLE [AP] Continued, steady expansion of i I MADISON tAP Rural folks !S re icJ to (V,,--vV *err ..e '... -. -..alt 1r

.. -. : __ t** *** tttm ..r'. last County gull beaches yesterday to Florida's livestock industry was forecast yesterday by i iI from 10 Northern Florida coun-I NEW YORK-Citrus plane nti- .,Y If' ..... .. 1 I.P II::
.,,' **Mi HI stance eau&o4Rm were William L. Wilson director of State markets. i ties win attend the Farm and' ed slightly higher last seek although +i5....... 4_.
; the growing concern of beach | receipts: shoved no faiBM . .. t4lJt
M fgjic tat flan u earlier In Home Institute at Camp Cherry . e4' "'
...... W*.tiff recdlUons dent and business men, resi-I I He also announced the appointment of M. M. Adkison i this week, according to District off and Florida oranges COOMBUM! .1IIt.. _
r 1!i *....w. for crept in thought they had seen the as manager of the DeFuniak Springs State Livestock, Agent J. Lee Smith of the State to arrive in limited annual ..w i:
tf: tAtt a. 1betA 11Utettytitalr4ls the plague after several days I Market. ?*, Agricultural Extension Service: One of the features of the staff. ... "

._.. **.*.. Irtturt and out its traces last week. with-I Cattle and hogs have provideda The institute will open with registration was the very high prices r/w1.N t olw
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--- ...s4 sore M Iwht suphRf With many citizens Tuesday night and will'I for lemons. They avrrajed' III It : ai"
s. ... .4. accordingly relict County Com. John Chesnutof i substantial amount of revenue .I run through Friday noon. per box on Wednesday for ttw Mi-
Asa "'ptett'4 alicht- Clearwater said he was still j I j to producers. in the territory Immediately Counties that will be repre tire sale these high prices Mat .
. a qte" tftUoM near trying to get help both from the adjacent to DeFuniak >. seated include Madison Gadson, : due to widespread bet weather ai lilt IAM a.- rwf
oa.f "" ..I aw' Mn tl ion to State Board of Health and the Springs for many years Dir Wilson 4 Leon. Jefferson. Wakolla. Taylor short supplies. ssA ......... ... .
44*j*. MM Wtm and Central U 8. Engineers as to the best I Hamilton, Columbia, Lafayette Florida oranges continued to arrive -
6k. Wrt PNiaim lu*. MM been course of action to fight the said and he expressed the *., and Snwannee. at the rate of a few ran do* ::1 ..... ...
M f .* t. MI*, courte"We. I!! opinion that facilities provided by Wednesday the first full day and 14 la cars were sold tIt.eagN t'ai1M ..._ .. ..
mm ....*. kM yimty, of lima hope to get some action I I' the State market should be of of the institute will be devoted Thursday compared with II caw ... ...., 'to. -
ant way or the other today," for the previous period At eM to ....".
Ma MHl .., Ereg pM bolos \' considerable assistance to the future principally to talks and discus-' : a. -;
.. Che*nat said. i .close prices were mostly S1H-H It M era AAl =r.;
** m .rte. .bt. UH week, development of the livestock: sions on control of insect and
The new deposits of fish compared with 4Q-IS.M a seek .. .. ..
... ...a| T1. asap bean generally plant disease pests.
industry in that section. .
..... .tHl p......... was not were not as large as those The Quincy State Livestock :byy Speakers will Include Dr. A. N. ; ago.Despite ... .... .
f ... .t tlws"1 a. M4 keen and which engulfed the beaches twoweeks I Tissot. head of the Florida the lateness of fee **.> a w I. 9Irv
H ..- 1k....ld s.wMk. New. York ago but at Madeira Beach a<"I Market dled 120 in cattle Its weekly and sale 415, hogs han- Experiment Station Agricultural En- son some of the Florida ........ .. ...... ",,
... .. .. sod rlsitor complained he could not show good quality Tins .to a late ..........' ..
MI a mu* anHI 'I for a cash total of 1582037. tomology Department; Dr. W. B. ... ,
take a walk because there was I variety of orange and eeaoe tow O/etw + s. a .1
ta-w M.9 Marly around
a i The Jay State Livestock Market Tisdale head of the Station Plant ,
1 ...
ertR+ III .. 111x1 Shoe then to nothing to walk on except fish. I also in Northwest Florida reported Pathology Department: Dr. R. R. a section around Fort 4selt.daUthat fW't tr.al 11.
+ ... .t. ,......4L Madeira Beach near the center sales totaling $9,370 the one- Kincaid. pathologist and Dr. J. has an abundant m-- !i: ;' "e r "
.."
of the 32-mile stretch of Pinellas" supply. Fruit from statue ahesed a
evirft .......t kat I day auction handling 120 cattle W. Wilson, entomologist. North the usual storage defect tatait It.
beaches, seemed the hardest hit in
.. loco sad ...., IboMwnlp4. and 224 hogs.Arcadia Florida Experiment Station. Some ollt.J.It'1 ;'t:
the return of the "tide but oranges are
t h.at "ft&ra ChesI'aut State Livestock Marketin Speakers for the second day :
said virtually all beaches to arrive this week bat the
04.1 Mm* tars fr.. affected to some degree. its one-day auction sold 417 which will be devoted to consideratIon I quantity will probably to Iraq .. 'ue I 'a "-411III"r' .
..4 I amer.... the cattle and 62 hogs for $22.180.61. and discussion of The I
Police Chief J. J. Elliott of Inasmuch as the orange .**.*. .M ...- .. ..
v as h to ..**.< *lf, Ik rrf mater said a plane survey Clear-I' Continued rains are holding up American Way of Life win include I has been en rrw4 Mm f.r a ___ wA.+ It .. ,
4 ell s -a ..... tank. sef acsttHt scattered groups of fish planting of cucumbers in the sec- --'--' : Justice Alto Adams of the Florida month any arrivals..M fc. re rates s. altBtkwL=
,.... ... ." MUir ..I ..14t mile and half offshore from which!' tion served by the Wauchula State WILLIAM L WILSON Supreme Court, Secretary of State markable.' ...........
... 1 +b ..... Do. ... relatively small deposits were beIng ,i Farmers' Market the report said . 'steady expansion R. A. Gray and Rep. Richard' California Valencia .........
tAe fns. e51te has bets food brought in with each incoming i A good part of the eggplant and ] Simpson of Jefferson County. receipts last week through Tttrle-
Met /tale MIl t6rs ......w. has tide, T I I some of the pepper plants have I Conservation of Florida's Ha- day totaled lit can acaUMt Ifs
.t o s .IIY. alesT"? supply Elliott raid the groups were ,i been transplanted to the fields. man Resources will be the theme cars for the previous period Pnew.
i stelh Aa tm at oneteglna. Mattered and much smaller than Planting of tomatoes in the St. j| Citrus MeetingTo of the third day with Dr. Walter Improved somewhat aHJwMfffc Me
s .... ..... ......... the hate concentrations spotted Lucie County territory continued Wilkins. director of nutri- gains: were not tare Avttsse Mr j
-- ..... dsa u reta* .when the "tide's" effects were at I during the last week and some I I I I tion investigation State Boardof the period was $524 per 1m. tl.M .
...... taco Irs.i IwI .... tt has It* wont. increase in acreage over last Fall j I Health leading discussions. against $..90 for the week petrwr
sl r_ .. Islelti nstt41sfyM.Ia.ct Swimmers were numerous at is indicated. Open Today Swimming group singing games ; Valencia, harvest la retterM se
I and other recreation, and display ,
ae M.. setting Clearwater! Beach. Elliott said. about 40 per cent tomatoa
P et rearsr tt.b.n to Uw had knock of farm and home equipment are Southern California and ttwr are
to
even though they I About Florida I II
also on the institute : .
C
11 -r the support aside an occasional fish carcass.A :::C':1 to CyTido Men"ng Sent:ncl] program reports of considerate draNaae
........ see ..... faolstoesdM couple of trucks sufficed to haul ALLEN MORRIS ASTOR PARK-The of of fruit wan _
program ;
'sa tit arlaebe4.d antler Gat- away all bodies that collected in Q. What is the nature of the Electrical Workers California grapefruit .......
d .... lid s4sM Itwve II a 24 hours but no matter what time memorial at Islamorada? the 14th annual Citrus Instituteat to arrive and offertnta tb wlpt
t1111.ssi '= la. ttwe .... bettllieta the collection was made a few more A. Dedicated to the memoryof Camp McQuarrie will be opened Gain Pay Increase i i 1 Thursday totaled TV ran oerrs- 4101I f
s 1''''' soot gratin carcasses would drift in again soon. the hundreds of World War I tonight at 8 p m. by H. G. Clay- JACKSONVILLE API Some pared with 21 cars fer tee p+tn arl
iilleltt twdat. w ww. at '- ..... veterans who perished in the FlorIda ton, director of the Florida Agri- 400 Jacksonville members of the :, period. The market averaged IM f 4A ,
= ..... i' A* than 00"JPf"C."h : keys during the Labor Day cultural Extension Service. local union of the International against 315 a week eafteff
Telegram Requesting hurricane of 1935. the monument Registration will be from 2 to 6 Brotherhood of Electrical Workers -I'
eat ........ e.nestI, Ibsi ,..- includes a crypt in which are pjn. today. Growers from all sec- have returned to their Jobs The rate of scrappteii ..., ..
sbsMaM M ....t... Discharge Not Received buried the remains of a few of tions of Florida are expected to following a settlement of differenceS i i hides in the Unttecft 6Ute 61m "j
tt,1. ee.a He tool ... wsth JACKSONVILLE: lAP Dr. Wilson the storm victims. Carved into an attend the institute which con- which resulted in a week's i 1942 through 1949 was.eat' ? 41 9* (
helps. ..t4.. Shaa II did lasttaut T. Sowder. state health officer : 18-foot shaft is a symbolic representation tinues through Friday. idleness. 'cent of the rate at vhtefe. lAn

rwSwe. has bets very said yesterday he had not re- of the storm depicting Camp facilities hate already Union Business Agent C. G. were scrapped in the IWt IWl
teartN 5s.pbes .1 tetRa- aired 'a telegram from Pinellas palms bent before the force of been filled through< reservations, Smith said the workers gained an ,I period.
.5f Ste .**..1 ..k to > rth* County beach residents demandingthat i wind and waves which :swept the but Lake County Arent R. E. increase In pay from $1.75 to $2 era cit :--
***** .! tt* "mmin.i a health official b- "fired"In islands. Norris has reported that adequate an hour while the request for dou- ENLARGED FACJUTltS

......"...rtl i ....* ..wes art brine a telegram sent Saturday, outside accommodation ble pay for overtime has been referred -- T. II..... T.. ....*
d'41are' .. ae.l. +s M uu crop the mayors and cine leaders of Q. How do naturalists account facilities will be available at to the Council on Industrial U O.r "N.. t>catt.. i
a .. .... sN .....bI1 be aIn several beach communities criticized I for the tropical growth on Mer- Ocala. DeLand Pierson and Relations in Washington. U Ain..... el... WI i aa
.- orb a I-41..wea p t Wflnt on- what they called "assmine 1 ritt's Island across the Indian ,' Eustis. ORLANDOTRANSFER .Ilrlt
r. tltla laalsr aM goers are statements" by Dr. L. L. Parks River in th. vicinity of Cocoa? A number of authorities in the Your Club t STORAGE CO.
....... ww held ..... they can that gases arising A. The narrowness of the island ,, production marketing and proc- Today 1 t
Mltl .a" Mkt ..... taw4 alnd *p&n- along the beaches are "mythical"1 washed on both sides by tides essing of citrus fruits are on the Core ORLANDO Jr Chamber of Comnnre TEL nit
Bldf. 12.00 Odd fellows.
noon; lOOP
4 .. e1ar.Y sea ritremelyverks which carry warm water into the prozrams daily.K. Lodte S 00 p m.
.. .. lia ..... ... of Killed Hurt bays and sounds is credited with S. McMullen. extension district AVON PARR Lions Club. .1acaraDda
..>1ruA tai .balaa4a. Ie de- One ; One the growth there of trees hose agent is institute director Hotel AVON 7:JO PARK o'm.: Lees Ct.... The fine T. R* 1141

t4. 4tr ... .... ........ hare In Auto.Accident I native habitat has its northern with Norris as manager. Other BARTOW! : Crwktttc Club. 12 00 ixwn AUTO PANT I
... i limit otherwise some-200 miles to DAYTONA BEACH: Rotary Club. Pita
tWIa.Imd ate 8p.nlshah officials include H. H. .
:a: PANAMA CITY CAP J.H. the south. Hethcox. (tt* Clubhou-e 12'IS pm. I *. Nut HEW eau teat' UMf i
"fer-I Lake County grower as registrar: DELANO-' Elks Club. Elks' Lorfir S 09 I SAM JONES
srti j[ .... chant 45. of Panama City + + Mrs. Gladys Kendall Volusia P m. Odd Fellovs. IOOP KofP Ban >00 ,
killed early yesterday and another Q. What was the original name rwr! AVB OAS sifts.w. s ilav
the County Home Demonstration pmKISSIMMII:: Homo Cub, Arcade BottL CW CcrUM .*. Jif'.si.
;, :""""'; == = or "''at person was seriously hurt when of the present' city of Winter Agent hostess; Joe E. Brown '.30 cmLEXSBCRO. rt.. MI' M
.f. It flitch Att1a4.1 their left the highway 18 miles I
car Park? : : Lions Club. Lc :bnri RffrMtion -
.........1 t"eI'IIt East: of here and overturned Florida A. Founded in 1858 as Lake- chef: Bob Gest. director of recre- Cm'..,. 7:00 p.m.
,rte't ation: Louis :Murraro music. MOUNT DORA: EIni bU of Prthlss
,...... nltat Highway Patrol Sit O. L.McArthur view, its name was chanced to' 1,30 pm I
lost 619ea.eei tiara reported. I Oceola in 1870 and to.Winter SANFORDRoUry Club. eofC. 12:IS I
.au* ....... $1 the !rite schoolLf The highway patrol officer identified I Park in 1881. Tampon Killed in Collision pm ,#
...... ;.....Me w. nab the injured man as Richard * i TAMPA (API Anthony L. Per- ...PEERING..... 12 1}: Rotary p mUMATILLA Club. Hotel /;'

.ho.. tit... tim MmN.l.wettUS. M, Merchant 67, of Wewahitchka. Would you like a free booklet : rone 28. of Tampa was killed in : KlTsnls Club. If.DlU-1
Bid. 12 IS
rN.SNmg bedlos lh. eaaar brother of the dead man. Also on canning surplus fruits and,: a car collision at a main intersection :- WINTER.HAVEN p m : Jr. CofC. J.
# tiding in the car was Earl Merchant vegetables? Write: Allen Morris. in downtown Tampa yesterday hoa... R OO p m -
1nanidi tbatt..--.s (aMast at"Sar.Od :3 son of the victim. The Sentinel-Star Bureau Tallahassee Police Officer W. R. Packwood Bid WINTER*.. In: VOL.PARK: Rotary: KI1raDla Club. Club.CofC Bldf Cote f
h.s ...... gtnMo at a Fla.YOUNG. reported. 12 IS .,11I. I
U Ala isl ..... aM amailltg "...Jr Arcadia Man Drowns i f
c o twit 1r. +a ide beset spare
tomS
,--t -.utJ. M lttttans.r.o
5t lAP Elzie ; .
..... FORT MYERS Tyson -,

t the of Caloosahatchie Arcadia drowned river Saturdayin about i I Link With Past :

10 miles from here when the boat ; Mary Leary's tI
.
ii E: : from which he was fishing overturned i ia
M the State highway patrol II I 3 j
reported I ly DICK COOPER In. and the exposed wiring eeemsa
- 4 yesterday.- I Orkmdo XVjmng S n'--'el Staff \\nter> part of the by-gone atmosphereof I ,
4i DeLAND-Pull up a chair to the place.Overhead .
-i one of Mrs. Mary Learys tables fans with long blades 1/ "

t DRIVEINATRE in Hutchinson Hall and you seat and pull cords hang from the ceil- I ( i
:yourself to a meal out of a by- Ing: Decorating the nails are hugei rI'C,, J
which almost thought faded. gilt-edged portraits i!
r O..e, MWl1 gone era we ,
$T lived only In memories of gas- the past accompanied by calen I
lights and carriages. dars. '
1 et..rto tats TONIGHTREBECCA" It's not exactly the old Waldorf- .
1I
I tt.lalnfistiIa I Astoria but in a way Mrs. Leary's
rwl Pdgvat ta.....-. Cwrt SurftnCATOOV dining room is as much a symbolof h. RETAIL MERCHANTSWe C
... Lx.1.. I ,
: sett Etlsrr. a past tradition in the "Athensof Invite you to '
I LATEST WORLD iEWS"test Florida" as was Delmonico'sin visit our new
... ,.. C-..... ._ **. 113: I II
; old New York.
t I c- .... .... Ie ... ...m..I 6.. DISPLAY ROOM -
The big tables are placed I
around the room family style I Slade-Booth Show Case Co. \ ,-
with up to eight persons dining I CJ3 W. Ct.trU F.o.. 1111I ,
.....: s. C9CXTA& IWHGE PACKAGE GOODS at the same table. And there I

is a friendliness out of the past jfM i

n PATIO as folks sit down to break bread I 1 A 17r1M
together who had been strangers
."s..s Picnics before but become friends over I /1I1

_.
I -k -t "hMHti miler the stars" Alary. Leary's good oldfashionedfood. ; WATCH

It .. ... ... :
.. n. tr ayunm y
There is a tradition!in the menu
{ t .Si.. .< TRAIL orcx DAILY 11 A. M. which includes ...
t a soup salad meat can'fftx- ;
: t three vegetables hot fresh biscuits I

1 and dessert. MRS. MARY LEARY

! tir6r'Mg IM 1'"I.rlI1 Every Day. . "For instance folks have been Brush Cud
Southern
eating country fried steak here at* . Hospitalitytime ,
f 11.5 wtaro... 1A and .na.
Hutchinson Hall every Saturday ,
r fr fI Till LttfGWOOD HOTEL night since 1901." declared Leo lived except in Jacksonville during 1906-11 she whenI said.

Roberts, one of the young regular
As result. she knows over the t
a
I 14 OH t*..t n.9Z boarders. ,t about how folks PERMANENTHJI
Just
years many
,
And what Is even more aston-
i I w i.t+r6tn Seabed l end Orlando ishing. Is the tradition about the are going to ,show up at break- GUS MADDEN'SREFRIGERATION

i s.... hit teas t H 12 price of the meal. *Mt The. dinner service or of supper.the food is traditional I i .
"Why, the price of meals here n
Cool K '
also. Each vegetable and
I
Wir HTFUL DINNERS
-SO cents-has been the same' (
a" other item is served in separate
00. hcW-t s..,..... Pleasant ever since my mother and father. : dishes.The waitresses come around SERVICEUsed $15'X'
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Hutchin-;
and water out of great big : ;
pour Refrigerators
opened the place in Sep ;
$1.50 I Atmosphere son. up
on.each table is alwaysa '
pitchers.
hillh/. tember 1901," said Mrs. Leary. Bought and Sold
Mrs. Leary a friendly moth pitcher of syrup for us "crackers" I Prompt.Efficient: .Rcasoubl The JWNL.+ ......, 1-Nj-f'1 _
who know what hot biscuits
F erly woman. Is as much a traI I W. repair aD makes and types
ditjon at Hutchinson Hall as i are for. I \ wave eveef .r M . -. II 0 ..
.. Hu s. Across the cream colored ceiling Don't Fuss
4 DUCK I IN Oranni the red-enamel cream pitchers !' FONE 7728
11 st, .. Trail on the tables. and walls run the wiring for Fone GasBacked fuzz K kWt! .. TLHaireat. .. .....
....... ..... the electric lights which hang
-tae u.e IreIII ass till. a thattoo "'Momma and poppa died In ; 'y n year cxpertcM
as e.ff M 1M ....... 1914. and rye been here all of the down on long cords. The walls I SOS S. KVHL A VI:.
., t du. I were there before electricity came 1

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and Orlando on Highway 1792 is Exterminators of Termites and Pests CRIN c4
OPEN SUNDAYS
CLOSED MONDAYS\ I I ,
STEAK and CHICKEN' $30

Pkoat DINNERS W. P. 311W I' 224 S. Main St. Tel. 9532 ? "nw h.Mr44ee erg _eirt thmie.a ..

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'1ft' Cflrlinia ficrnfag fntinri Monday, August 25, 1947 )



lips .' Six Game LeadBROOKLYN ToialtelB I 1




MIMiMs 1..; lAP Fireman' Y .. .... '.i' J

Hugh Casey, coming to the rescueof ..... ...
., .. Ralph Branca in the eighth inning -
,
extinguished a Pittsburgh -- 111

t"Hw : rally and enabled the leagueleading .. . ...

Brooklyn Dodgers to defeat the ... ti. ..live star..l l7.44d

Pirates 3-1 yesterday. 0
f' It. _
even .. 5$1.. Laa.rer. W" Branca who received credit for I I
his 18th 41a MI i
victory of the season had

.. =--: -= ___ been touched for one run and had .. IMP

,4 .. .. 6 1 7,..+ 4 men on first and third and one out tl.... -

.. .. -- .... t"r1. when replaced by Casey. The veteran tI! sear r iyt -

.. t _t. '" reliefer fanned Frankie Gus-
tine and 10Ralph Kiner on a ** u -
+ *.**. as e Is. T1 ground out. .MIl s.1r _

.
*** ....1 : 1 I I In scoring their fourth straight . ..I1g..

triumph the Dodgers were minus . -. 1c .
-L ro the services of second sacker Eddie .. .
.. V VWHI INrW : t0.
and
Stanky
shortstop Pee Wee'
... .... ....., Reese but the substitute Keystone 1 DUTCH HARRISON ./ ,
h L5. ........ ,,- \
has fltli/la
> i0s iI"' combination of Eddie Miksis and I a a $mo ng '

.. 11 ... 11 laid. fleet Stan Rojek filled in ably. Both i ft .... titallhlt .

.- .., ... Uf .Ne OVU HI GOES-Paul Moon Marietta, Fla.! stock I f control of the car o$ it skidded making the sharp tum. Driving Stanky in and the Reese Cincinnati were spiked game.Saturday Harrison Wins 1N ta1a1Mhr ..

.- .. Mssi a :stfr,..f n+ode o howling debut yesterday at races staged I car No. 15 is Bill Snowden, St. Augustine, who pulled out PITTIBUICH (H| .!! BRtBKLTH (H>
Mr 1. at r t !
-. fI! i'-- ltlelll/. .. .. tt t...4 Fioriab Livestock Exposition Grounds. Moon's Ford to the right in order to miss Moon's car. It was the only ; Lkar4A I' 4 riT.bi..r: 41151 aS ... ,, '
... .
T 'iii J. J 111 4r .... irr Mnteld 4'I shown above as .it plowed through the rails on the ; wreck on yesterday's program, which was cut short by rain. 1c.B..3l4511cal4 i : 45115 $15,000 RenoTourney / .dw ar1 Nit

; of his first when Moon lost Moon II li.1Mr.tr I" 1 S 5 T...,..,** 4555 tI ..... .
: J- ,ft hm ot tN completion lop i was uninjured.for G.brl.lb 1 1 1 KWtkar.tf: 4114 : t
tt ep I I 2 car l' I S l R raa tur S 1 1 1 fSE4ae ... I'.et Or +.. eA .
3 EI4 rt.A 411 ..
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DInLI 1 0 1 I ...).... Still''
6 ai/1a6i1 eaMY Ew/.1a I" 1 t fBrrraaj I. t 1 S .** ti1#r .B..
5- 'i1He. Foe Rain Forces Stock Car Race'PostDonement I hIIIa. 255511. !.' 11//1 RENO: Net API( C J I"""" 1- '

lat / ..511,14 1 1 1)155IU1uI 1 5 5 5)! I Harmon of York. Pa. ftnavsreashirig e .55 Mates a t.- '
---4 I final round" M HMMawrt

A f44. *. tf9Tnp9or of rain that alter of the Orlando Stock Car for the races before rain cut the L. B. Michaels of Orlando was Tataia n t 111 ti TaMa n. Sit 1al2ga par and the bogies el rtwuto. ytM- .

s fell ifet track a uamire oft j jw4 : Racing Asm. said all tickets program short after two heat second with F. F. French another i I tat.- .r bade frr" *B4a*: t* tut.i I day to win the I18.0W RM. Oaja* >> iN ... .

I pur-I races had been run off. Orlando entry placing third. i ii j I Ptnawt _.-__/* Nt .1 1-1 Golf Tournament wttft a _..
.. *tday pmtponed the stock chased for yesterday's races I
+
Paul Sanborn Jr.. driving CecilDobson's i i Turk Adkins. veteran Cocoa Braokln : _ait 11.1.. 1 I IKnar total of 272. It u Ie aa.iwM. tatill.
I reiH. ... rat H..rt. trfer ;ukd for the Flor- be honored at the Sept. 6 1939 : co.r. Kam kaaad to: Baft. Kdmida. i for the four ,
; Ford from the pole racer won the 10-lap skeeter heat;'Kbit.: Kama. T...... Ma: w.aw, H,r- t! rsdI.National WIt 1 41 "Ill .. ..FYft
I M .M ..* Lbeltetk Expokltkn Grounds. ,t Five' events win be held at that position as result of his prize- event riding the distance in 5..: Marti, Uaar*. Tkna-taM kit: Binaaaa. i iBaaw i' POA ...........

; O r SM9 fact had fathered for |t time he said. with possibly more ; winning time trials race Saturday I minutes 48 seconds. John Forten- .raa Lon: Mitote.aaj kM tatra>: .ruukntk kot: Walkar.T. Bnaklj HerMarti. I Ii Ii Ferrier of San Fr a..5 i

I' entries than were on hand yesterday captured the first heat race. turn- berry another Cocoa entry was :i r. Bw a* ftalfe: I. tixMm t, worth Tinea LM IR "-,
"tatft. present : ing the 10-lap course in 5 minutes I second with Paul Pappy. St. Augustine ;j i Briar* .I. MzikfaBta: =- .. Bran 4.t. I second money. at 211." 4w
t. v Hit: wr HaOna, t to Tnt r.Iae :
... fa'' A Hew"" buticesa man- A total of 38 cars were ready 40 seconds. third.Phillies. .** ta 1; Eras S ta T II: Caw* 1 to: I It was a mat vkUrr ..4 III ..= .

r r Ip11t11wi ,1, I-a .1amq. ,,_: Bmra: tain.* native: the natarc *f a e.-Ise f.. flM ......... ;
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lot = I Beaftaci. tmptiw: Bn M. *; ttkmk. Kaiwr-
'[ T:..: 11Cardinals lean katherly II.**.'..M By .
.. e.1 Foster Shades I rhoDe formerly LB w. M IkfArkansa
Bosox Indians
i .... ... M YankeesSplit RedsPHalve -
Travtkf ,larte, .* "
ws i ,
1 Top of Little Beck.Starting
tiers ats, tutee Divide Gettel Lombardo For la aeeaadterday.
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I two trck.. bftM .. -
With ChisoxCHICAGO !' Pair Braves 9-5 foon of St. Andftwr IB. .
Gordon Star : RegattaWin : -
'i iI hit practically eieey aim ..
i ,' I 'I i I BOSTON TAP After getttag off line and dropped ia pads d m .... I

CttTfLAND 'Apt Al Getters ,,' TAP The New York RED BANK, N. J. tUPJ MIss I : :: lAP The Philadelphia to a jittery start the St. Louis lances with cuarast .......
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peeps tad Jot Gordon's hitting Yankees blasted 16 hits to win a : Peps V. piloted by curly haired Phillies and Cincinnati Cardinals belted four Boston He leveled the par M-M-1I ...

,=k.} Ilts+ flee ISii4 to Live t the Cleveland seven-inning 16-6 second game Danny the 15th Foster National of California Sweepstakes, won Reds divided a doubleheader here Braves pitchers for 15 hits including shoe Coantr ...... tJll pr1M .ti.d'
Stan Musial's 16th homer, tony, with a 34-M. to *. pmn*
ISSne a t to 1 trtenph oar the from the Chicago White Sox today Speedboat Regatta yesterday in a yesterday, the Reds winning the for a 9-5 victory yesterday beforea trig three rouada. >be tad MM. cf ...... .

bstb jtISat Rid. hs in the second after lasing the opener 3-2 {' sensational victory over Guy Lom- first game 12 to 3 on a tenth-in- sweltering 24,522 crowd. Pitcher 66-10-1.. .-.- .

..... at rel4reeat'a double header to divide a double-header before bardo and his Tempo VI. last ning nine-run rally and the Phil- Murry Dickson launched the Red I]I Venn, the half*** parr MM
t tE 1i! it WW ...*., &otaa. *.tt Ow opener 11 to 37.866 persons. f i j: year's winner. lies taking the seven-inning second Birds' attack by singling with the also made a fte .. ....."
hit his fifteenth The two roared across the finish a 67 to rate bN .. .
Joe DiMaggio bases loaded In the fourth inning.i .
1eL fi... Yvtetl'fivetat hurls ; 8 to 6, halted by the Pennsylvania De- '. t\\
home run and Aaron Robinson his line in the last heat in an apparent game i The Red Birds' clincher was Th 11cIrY wu

fifth to highlight the New York- dead tie after Lombardo Sunday curfew.law. 1 Mus ars homer off Si Johnson as Harrison wb*

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11 .. mtturttnr Ed PtlUfrtnl'i finj and Orval Grove after Joe'i i last lap. He had trailed most of in the tenth inning of the first his previous trip. Musial moved tied for the Na h*' D*. >.1W ......... Iii . I-
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.. MA, .... Gordon provided iw Haynes won the first with ninth ,' the way in the final heat. The game on eight hits two bases ont the Cards into a 5-4 lead by scor- losing m U>e fteyvCT r 1r tinge i
Inning help from Earl CaldweU. judzes gave the verdict to Foster. bans and two errors.Ten men went ing after Johnson relieved starter Ferrier sad Y1I M p.a1a15M
Ii ........ !*. nwa when he hit'I (MUST CAME) Miss Peps V won the first two to bat before the Phils succeeded Johnny Sain with the bases load SI.690 for ttwv i...... Maw iM- : .

t 1tNI. .. ,... ftrruit tmash of the sea- 'I M* VMK Mrs.<*) .1' CHICACf ales.(At heats easily Saturday and yesterday's i in making the first putoiit. mix ed and let go with a wild pitch lock.Pretennlaaant

..... JeDooooy a I 1. 1 1I I victory clinched the Judge Donnelly the loser although 1awlls _
..Ir MM nib mnma1th Ken 5r ss 1 1 It' was .before striking out Terry Moore. : !
: + ....,.,. __ 1 I 4 2 Is "-'.... 4112.H.nr. .. Emil Auerbach Trophy for Foster. Fred Schmidt took the bulk of the Dickson notched his 10th win Hogan GI Joift'IIII'9' lla t1r ....
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$ all ,.ls _fed httica baa In the j jtpliMf I 1 5 513 IftUIo7.tf! 4 1 1 4 15.ar.A I over the 10-mile North Shrewsbury second game was a battle cf The win the Cards' ninth in up a 2T* .which .**. IMBB a .....- ........ -
.iL flM. tt 15 fifth frame when 11 I 2. As.Nmg. 1 I 2 1 River course was 68 miles an home runs with the Phils emerging off with LftfteMa. L ..... .
u.a.a.Jr 1 1 I 4 1)(1rtIHis." I 1 1 : 2B.t their current 17-game road trip
IL I fi :be Gwtoa'i as&aah bounced off 1 I' t 1 I Tr Le 2 1 1 1 1bre hour. on top as Schoolboy Rowe the enabled them to remain six and a paced the ft** uS 11rM1 .. t
"... ". ; : feiil 5 S. 1. ''&11*r $5252 In the first running of the new winning! pitcher hit his second of second ...... tat M .....
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.t. ht a tialI4e. .._., I' 5 5 "CdL, 1 1 1 1 1.E. games top-place: .
: : ....01 ,..Dt1.NN. _. 11111{ Red Bank Gold Cup event over a the season.Andy Seminick his 10th Dodgers and lifted them to two : touch alb tudad a IT ,5 r 1tic3fir

.s- . .*, .uuu.. ra rrp. 1' i i iiT. 10-mile course. Tempo VI was an 1 and Al Lakeman his sixth for the and a half games over the third- par but Mt t.*d twwli %. *.

fI-' M1.1 Mr t. ? -- --- easy winner after Miss Peps damaged j' Phils and Grady Hatton his 15th l lS ''p1ace Braves. : in such fast cBjB isy

: .live.... 1/'I.1 1. 1..trrlaa...(. 11111 I' ..ay ,. 221.24111 Tot,, IS S I113a6t. a propeller putting her out I'S for the Reds. I ST. LtUI <.) I FUTON <*. :|j! tie
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Ia.MM OL.1. (....ay. M Tat.: MtLaft I Lombardo raced to an easy n cForDualWin I . 5 I 5 S I"""'. .." 1 1 1 I 1 "...... /11175.4: .. 1 5 5 .
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. .. l I J I fly....," 45111 i DETROIT (API] Pat Muffin's ; ....... Lakwaa. .,.. SaczfWe : c-w.t.( '; 1:....: KonnU. 4.-kn ad4.wt X. Jc 1Mt., ed one.i .
.....d 1 1 1 1.Pbi1ky..d 4 5 1 2 1IAad.adl ninth inning single with the bases ., Gala. DOOM,* mars':. X>n>ara sad Tarn: M3tnr. 1.L%ieIli %3M Mnool-to iMt.: MrtM>x.4-b.1 T.MuVw.MoUL ... i L S. Slla17 e, _.a Mirtrapabeottsg
> # RMU Sash. 4 1 t 5 ,I".R... 2 1 1 4 2 loaded gave the Detroit Tigers a Wall mart.' Tava Ixfl w Mw12rbu.i .. T'-a...s: ....-.- Lw.al.i, xdOki. ,.. .
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11 sweep of a double header alter S; Jan.r* I m J DmHlr i IB i SchaMtt 0i w -: 4. 1..s t. bk. 1. Ro. kuk: den
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. .. _..-. fir. .tI'Iq .. SIlL victory in the opener. I OAHU J' J I":2 :.3 Ls.wa I.fap: elf 1 to tHMn 1 1-1 I toMpn.to SOft -' MH". third with 11. 5.i

.I T.. I Grow_ r _1)L1k. __ 1.1 124 1-1.- The victory went to Hal New- I CINCINNATI. HI PHILADELPHIA (a) IK skim. tr *'ti. IKirwikl Wild ..; *:
IM t... .... 51. 1I' houser his 13th of the $season on M sSi Mr.ss ;J._ 1M1', r.-: A.. rT.p,: tea. .
. . u.s4.. wi watk d. --..sa.a, seven-hit pitching. E.tln.d I I I 2. L.Dnt._ I 1 I I I 1-. Gn url Bar!*tTI_: I.J7. :"" ....
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.:- -- .:.= : i n..a.1.ye: K. !.I. _ana- ... vas. ; off Joe Coleman and Bob f! JlW...... 2 I 1 1 WVvtBktr 21115 j Carded Friday p, \\Q\f.
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d : MILWAUKEE lAP Ted Horn 1 5I5 M Ctartanaa _____ __ M ]aa la ..4 i program for the American Legion

tlPt1M.IMIt 1MI01CLIX1.ba: API j. oaJ i of Paterson N. J. pushed Into the Tata M S-Til--U+ TataJa 14 919S T FtC Jn.s:.Hjia: z.._-_-_"'1IIdio9.It"__ Ml U* *-r&: and is being sponsored by the 20th

[ bt Rat raid avy .i>tm of New '. lead on the 91st lap and went on .-ad, a f* ..... to uata.Hauvit Jo.>> r E. A4aa 1. LikaBta.. 1. a... Century Sporting Club a razor

v nrtbnr. Uurd: atraight..to i win the 100-mile AAA cham- Pllilaole-J.yen! 5 1ae..e: ---- w r1 515-2 1.< ,.Ise.d. 1. ,..2..-..Taaw... ki'1:: Walkn.MilMT &SMU.HatM H_2.Ad company and the State Athletic

.. veterans MUeoal double i plooship race at the State Fair I _- _-_- L5.1lts-{ I E. A4aw. Bill,,. Tbnt..ai* Wt: Eoaia.a Commission headed by Lt. CoL
tN S W" 'tauna WDUam> Park dirt track yesterday and tie Emn: W.kffii4.;. rarai*. Xaaa bagel to: -: aR.n..., -..... ..,,-. Eddie Eagan.
1 aR Fin* S. Krtl: Enn: t- T..l._ Spar C_ 5M, kana
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3 national speed i JbJeUB fo: CrBaa .a. KatM kam: Lon ri k.w: Ctocmwl 4. nOa<>*..... 4. Ban
1 Rw ** Ft' s f Warn Pa.. -.J. honors, Horn did the Century on Laka P .kM H.; VIII "a< Jon. Un aakam i i s 'aUi: aft Is Boa* 2. Gaariwrt L The American people spend two

I to 0* .1&ft1q beat Tester I the one-mile oval in one hour. 11 .Map: TtzJale L eT.- C.Pacran...K 1!, Tncta Bam w.. MB Riu:: .I Pt'ik.a BIb: err,:...kr."- .=1 ta 4 1. iannu Bn* S:,t.lt.b.rly2rLGn.rtlrLa.PV21J Goaikm J. and one-half times as much for

14e, It t..rweOQ. I minutes and 08.64 seconds. CaatoM lia 11.2 Map: "i'U. 1 to gacbc! tobacco as they spend for phystdans' -
- 1-1., '''"",, WM at irk: Trarta. Lntax .. I to 2-a. RttraalBaa. k to 1.J; k..... k to services the American Med- 11l
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Dutch Girl Ann Curtis ShineIn ItCOHD urn j
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Mrl.M. Mel k k I Best Trailer
xr ..Ir 1. 1 1 11.be.! $2214 Bitsy Grant Wins Shop
National AAU Swim Meet J..t.. 4 5 1 1 S.cuB.1b, 315142e..d
11 2 4 II.war8 41-$2S EXPERT REPAIRING 4.

CHICAGO (UP] Nel Van VUet a grinning Dutch girl 1.1.1b 21.11 1111 IIIhoIIta.If 1'lid.A: 45125Mtl.ti.2i 4.112A..r. I Georgia Net Title I 1 2225 W. Washington

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. .ls. shattered two long.standing American swimming rec- n.-.t 21525I'4 111.wwb.1S; 11111 4.5. ATLANTA TAP) Veteran Bryan Dial 6894 i -

-- ... .... 8"turd.Y'! broke another yesterday by winning the .: ,.sits...new. I'115 I .. 1ISna.B.aw.tI. .I.a .. .k .k 1 M. I Bitsy Grant Hashing his old- [Oa Winter Garden Road 1

'. I-m-ttr breast stroke in 1: 21.6 in the National AAU wa, _, I B I 4 1 time form bested: second-seeded I >'
I twir .t :! 1 1 1 Johnny of in
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Georgia
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..... .me sew Burfc *as 2.1 lerondslH cisco% won a triple crown: for the -i State Tennis Championship yes- ]' TERMITE CONTROL

.s-R': ...., !f UWa the fonner American I I fifth straight year by retaining the i r-.T T1S.a* M.s.tar..*Watki wtoBtes to: ai TO<*ktk.few ava4.k . terday. j M TEARS Or DEPEXDABUTTCAU \

blr a1F+ tM JI.6l1111M1 AAU retard of I::I.J. SOO-ineter free style championship.In f k* la up: The women's singles title vent I PRONE! OB WaiTE
faalt .... H Ue DUUrd. fort Pn i2 __ _I.N 115-I
Worth previous events she had won the to Mrs. Louise Darlington of Glen]
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,..aatMI. 100 and 400 meter free style titles _,: ..... S.... Boaa kaart to: fkcik.mt. Ridge. N. J, 6-2. 6-1 finals] winner H. I L. COX .ka54t
.' .- - 4 k qty AM ., rUa. San Fran I breaking an American record: in M,4ti.$2. ........ f..s..a. ..... t.T over Louise Fowler of Covington, j : d 1 t
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Miss Curtis time of 11:21.8 in Stab* M.,: IkCaikr. Hanlfina: Krftr. P.ia. 1
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a51e at1 -.t 1.13 ., 800-meter event did not better I I'. iMiwt *. Bawr a* *%nk> 4. Ebert's Trailer Rentals 2 j"2whitke
;i! a National AAU meet record. ;!I :>'a_ I. Maknao: _i I. .. Siakauii'-" t I SERVICE

1 its t1eit.a >x N n ;: It was her only effort in the meet t TIM rawiranMta.: Xlt.Indelible. riaanfla. Baa sal Batltr. LUGGAGE & UTILITY HOMR MOTOBOfJI ACTO
1 41 .t1.NNae so far which failed to set a new
e + rail a' Irteit HOURDAYWEERCorner Expert record (!laDler service! work I
mark. ink usually -can be removed CBarinteed Pickup and Delivery '
Since 1943. Miss Curtis has won, from silk or nylon parachutes Garland & Colonial Dr. tiMtls .

tw 4trll itD 5 t ra5.. stela won three! four titles championships.-five times. In 19(4. she warm water.by frequent- washing in TELEPHONE S248 T3J Economy S. Oruct Auto A... Supply ft1IM Store 1443 j jJ I *'Co 1 r,1917 Stile I


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the in stride Ovor" .
.. majors one this season, started and won his .
I ... If ... k TM.aperaav I API Mary. Arnold '

: - ., tls ft* ..al til. this: < first major league game here yesterday, defeating the St. ; Today Prtnt1 Los Angeles. n4*f

I"- -- *.., ******.** fMv&tfca+ hu d- ', The Orlando Senators snapped a'';, Loujs Browns, 7-5, in the.second game of a doubleheader I I4r Training and Fred Kova>skL 21.,......lt x
450 four-game losing streak with & The Browns first
. won the .
'j.'..,.. -...... d is we fcwbrre that 13-3 walloping of Leesburg's Pirates J eame.SCOTT I William and Mary College tn4.M J. .....
... .t UI lIlY .to Uw last 71. NEW 'YORK (UP] America's .
from .
here at Tinker Field yesterday Detroit yesterday won singles .4

,: ..-.. in a two hour and 50 minute A three-run Insidetheparkhome Davis Cup tennis team, accompanied ; championships the ..... = .:: :ttg54al--1 :
******* TteM alt Uwn la tarn that beggars description. run by Gerry Priddy in the by other high-ranking play
t I ef a National Public Parka TTM* ... ... ;
= The win ever Leesborr coupled fourth was the blow that ,gaVe ers who will help condition it.I'I
.......IIIL.t... .. t. fa J' .iUU_h aft.fWUHAR cep.. M .tft I. with Sanford's loss to Tournament that was pitted 41tr* 1.11 tiRras# t.l.. tN1aw .. I
44: Cary the margin of victory. came to New York ,yesterday to I seven straight days of temp4l a.
i'I PrwsL M'.w IIffl&dtn&t Gainesville boosted the Senators .. e"o" 711. ... -
Walt Masterson took over fromCary begfh a week of practice for the tures over 90 degrees.' .
ftjortb-place lead over Sanford II I Mrs! Prentiss recovering Ms. title 01. .... .. ..
U .. aDd a half games full M ev after the Browns had scored cup finals against Australia start- wtthtls
she defeated Vie-
in 1937.
I won
f TA81E5f I fame gain.A three runs in the ninth and I lug next Saturday. I lette Kastl tiny Chicago MetMl2. .. 01'-'

total of 517 paying customers struck out Ray Coleman to end j Although Capt. Alrick Man will ;; (. 6-0. and Kovaltski drepied kserr 3111 .. a4

ds $0 t#. 1d.s1t son themselves out during thedrawnout the game.It I not announce his selections offidaily the, first set before beatific Ar- .I.. .,. .w..1.11M1.. '-t6sllira 5.Ihe -

... ........d fllr ,.... sloppily played eo test. nold Beisser. Stamford UattMHty -
I ana was Cans second major until 24 hours before each : Ir4y ..- .. aitdlir
which held for 30 minutes
.f Cfc* *H*. MM h.N IIWS was up medical student, ST.2.. '-1. ..1 .. ,
v > He I .,..
= 4r 412 by rain and stopped again .long league victory. was credited match. It was a foregone concluSion Mrs. Prentiss. who performer ee .w .. '
41- slid will
n.w.c with a win in a brief relief dp asls. ...lt C
enough for Umpire Hank Winstonto i that Jack Kramer of Los Angeles i
two doubles
championship team
fc* ** ...... .M MaJ-t warn spectators that further appearance .previously. He allowed ; .... aspAIIAr ....- ..
U(11145Ut tt. ..11 and Ted Schroeder of Glendale Saturday, had too great an auon-
11 hits. .
W Fa hurling of cushions onto the playing I Cal. would do all the playing > ment of shots for Mrs. Kastf aMl w 4BRMIa1 .
..4 .... gNrel.dab.. .
Priddy added two to ... .
field would bring a forfeiture.WtnatoD" more runs w ..
if the matches close. If the took just 31 minutes to
. are earn a
.. h .. I >!
his batted In credit with three- .
111 warning came in the a I Ae a .111.1ad tsM ..
U. S. clinches the trophy in the second engraving on the Wentta*
... M. r, M.Mta. bagger in the eighth frame the ..
last of the eighth after fans started of. first three National tee I
matches it did
as at Municipal ChampteaeMp
tfe* ... AId while Joe Grace how )I ... .
Maiit protesting his manner of clean- nightcap Australia last December Gardnar j Cup. a --- -. .
.. u tat lilt iiti Several cushions ered In the seventh to behind ital .....
: but off the plate. score I uPn.44 I1m It
I Mulloy and Frank Parker may Beisser dictated play In the fltt* 10 1-
"'fI I LM i '.'! 1C4 IM hit the area in front of the grandstand >1X a teammate for the other play the last matches.I 445
two singles set and took the important peimn ;:
.
.b..r 3w tO 4tla110 forth the i iRabi two Washington Les Moss .
,
t la -- ..... r bringing warning. + runs. Kramer, U. S. and Wimblelon with cross-court and backhand k 'w r
( W t.1..1 M.rIrwa. halted play at the end t., knocked a. circuit blow for St. champion and Schroeder winner 14Mco II ....... .. ,
drop Then Kdtale
...., .... ..... .f three- and a half Innings of -....-. .-- Louis.in the seventh. of several Summer tourna- began placements.attacking Beisser'a rtlal*..- ll... 4b -

play, when Orlando was leading l' CARY AIIIIII"OII CFlIIIT(A) I CAME IT. LOUIS (A) ments, were certain singles, ly: weak forehand and forced tt t .- ..
aaa
tlasl H1.. be say pia ass : .-s. . bags second winStandings .brbe.I. ..1.555 choices against Jack Bromwich Californian into repeated errora. -. . ..
L-U a:. ,"lIm...... I I I I i mnintrik 4 I I I 4 .._ ,
Orlando took a five-run lead in ,.I'.If 1 1 I 1 at t Caleoua.rfttUboer 4 I I IS.s.atmr.E I and Dinny Pails expected Aussie Beisser had 39 placements to JCoe U ,s I Y

a i aI the first, added one run in the sec I I I ., t 4 5. I 4 5T.rntab starters but the doubles assignment valeski's 21 but made 11 erran ::.:.35- : s ", : .
three 4 1 I I 'Heath.* 5 5 I 1 In doubt until Kram-i ... "
end in the fifth two in the was to Kovaleski's 49. 50 MIllS "
11_'.<"* 4 1 I 4 tIZartlta.trTort. S 1 1 S I f"I- .
I sa ir R.Ir' Th. ,..... 15. 5.1 >>
suth and two in the seventh. .. ; .)* I' I 1 2tPtrsMSao' 41123 er-Schroeder won the National I, wa-t.5. . 5S ,
i .. ..... N 1MfIt Oerry Manning who delivered a Pr,4dl.3N 4 5 I 1 1Jif'tI.1IO' 42 2 1 I Doubles Title at Chestnut Hill. m--. t > e
..... double in the first with : ,,,",,.,,.r 4 I 1 1 II I Hitrlirk.Ib 4 I I 4 t Mass, last Saturday after the Saints Defeat I.- .St .,. .J.. 4testis.
tet. ,. Nt Ref M.i1 bases load- Rser.ra.1 I I 1 5 u..... 4 I I 4 1 I . s II
...t t... aM. FIlla fke ed. and Mgr. Lou Bevil both collected FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE sGra. 1. 11 alrinala.a" 3 1111I challenging Mulloy-Parker team
three hits in four trips to TM. W L Prt. .1/| T.. WLPrt.lt -----IT".1. { ----- was beaten by Bill Talbert and ... . t 4sa1 *
: t
,
R. !.(. II IT.$:--IAanlwd| $*'.''' II HU i; Taiala SS TlitTri I -
.... tfaaAf4e.a..l tlh4HiM hllattii Fyn.pb.i.iW pare the 10-hlt assault against Outing 1/53.SI ..J1 ....4114 tITHJSIrtl.iki _81.,1. x | t Ia RMf_ J. h5.sins. Bill Sidwell in the- semi-finals. 1 Ts;. Move InOnFSLFlag ...... fI
four Pirate hurlers. I ow..l 1413.54 1110'......... 1:1.3.731: Sr IMI.s.: Talbert Tom Brown of San,) ---- .. .-
.... .. .. .. watbinltw iii iii NWIt. .. ..... p
14: Davis, chunky debt-band 0. MM.SI* IS. ll vo a..UI SIIIIt. lasm __ _1:1 .211 Ne.--n Francisco Bob Falkenburg of IIol-! i, I I . ..

m..si.n eM 11.5I44 .r. went the distance for the OBUXDO IS. leabwi vest"dap S.G..II. bran: Tat )Iao.n. III........ Bua katied I.: lywood, Ed Moylan of San Fran- .taalairr --->>

i4ihlt 43 sect l4aalta HId1 dl kraat..... scattering 10 hits for 1. *aof<*d t (11 tauten. ). faint 1. Dll nan. Leonrr 2. sawn,... Jwt- cisco and Enrique Morea of Argen- a
I irk t. Te-aM hltt r.rala. BOMma .... .
: ftxmn. ,
Itelawt 11 Pala'ka t.at. J.'. < sins Ors
floe 'c' '
O. C'I1o i5"
tMltlii ii 41W atlaMM enuus efUw his third win against five losses. AurtHlao I. Dartoaa-Brack S.IMaad ., : Judnlrk. Loft an bass: Wwhlncte. 1*: tina will practice with the Davis to "J -- ...... < d
0 l lsti l4* !melt sttuaUonke lit. was nicked for two runs In Limo Tadiy. I i M. LaoJi 4. "'rl_.: Haefrwr 2. ,....,. XIStCOND cuppers at the Forest Hills courts, SAINT AUGUSTINE The w fir ...
at Ort..... |1J.Ran'ord r"rim: 80,.,. Ra.mtl and r..nll. TiM: Saint Augustine Saints swept their .
the first when Dave Bell doubled tu. site of the cup play.
I
Iwo runners borne and gave up .t it l nbura.itaumrtUe K. AufuMtBa.Djtona ( I I Bromwich Pails. Colin Long and three-game series with last-pUe
4tla slag! .. a. adlvs drop latom..tt.i tb Batch, at Falatka. GAMES Daytona Beach here yesterday defeating Deland J
1gala other run when Mgr. Bill I WASHINGTON. (AJ I (T. LOUIS [A) Geoff Brown the Aussie foursome, .kill I If If
Good doubled I also will the Islanders 8-2. behind
a runner home in 55,5151 l 55051 drill and there is a possibility -
tND..4tllied ii lr.. 1 IM the sixth. NATIONAL LIAIUI Cirutnm.ai I S I 1 .''DI IIr.S1I 4 1 I 4 1 Sidwell will be added to the seven-hit hurling of Dick HaS
i W L Pet. UI! W L Pet U ftraca.rf 11 I S tlCotmaa.if 11111
it l 44 is i.., as eta pn1..t U.. I I1.Ir5.a Jim Gleason. starting Pirate Braokly* 7* 41.111 ICtaxanaU. SI 47.U'1SS BobrtaB.lfVtmonJ 4 1 1 t 'Labawr.et' 4fReatkjr 1 I 4 0 the squad. The Australian Lawn man who collected his 14th nc
of l4N'th Dak.ts. southpaw, gave way to Paul Ger- S. Lain IISi.STI irUtata S'"..13 SI"%, I' 1 1 IS 1 I 1 S Tennis Assn. will meet Wednes- tory. : f
i.Plisa IIaoIOll lal.... 141Pltt.bk. 1'1'_. 111 Pda IW
12I.42233s:1w '" 114tepbwia l 41112 The win preserved the Saints'
t mish another portsider. the first Tit It U. 1111 IFUte. Stri'.illttRflMilts Tnrll.D 5 I I t HJadnick.lo 41111 day to consider that action. !
inning and went to midway the YtttvfiftyK PriddJ.Jb 4 1 I t S,,Hitchct. 1, S I 14 1rrLS five and one-half game firstplacelead !
False wilt since n do fifth before he was replaced by .w Tan 41. China tt.BrooklT 1 I 1 T .1)1- 41211 and moved them a notch !
'
.. ... fern flw state eau and FUh S. ruulmri LClortnaad rary. I 1 I 11&.,....,' I" I 1 IK
r i Good. Good put out the fifth Inning 0t. 1x.11 .. 3,4405 s. --., 1 0 1 t 5IaP44es.! 1. 1 1515I. HurricanesOpen nearer their third Florida State
,. _oak _a. .. mil. 0 Aw4 m fire but gave up quick in the 1t.1. Philadelphia (maid |aaw .* 11151lbZ4lln League pennant.The .
called eM Ttk. fmta L... ----- I. I I I His
a e sixth after hurting his pitchingarm. C.... TtaayProfcible Totals. U 7 TIT 11 _---. Saints open a final two a8
.I Charlie Ridgeway. diminutive ( aitrhan. m* and kt Mnrdi 1* a-Street eta for Baaford! U TtK Grid game series with Gainesvffle tn
__ .... Pd0i ...*fl .N ruSiIt hail phis4Atw second-baseman parenthoall\: b-Fottl.d a. fer B_ Ia FL I : tonight which will decide the .ftt- 3
J. ....... .. ...gl..M *.. rf Ice Worth Dakota. finished up ntubarrk. at BnokJjr-Hifl' (U-ll) n.riraa Waslilnroai . - *0* lei 225-5 I I league pennant race. wM ... (Mhs
and allowed only three hits. (f-.(. 8t. 1.0511. -- 50 *M 10*-4
I The Pirate mound quartet gave >Uca.* at (IIW Tark-Erlrkx* (7,1) ...- Error: *OM. KOM bat e4" la: rrM4 .. Drills Today I OATTOHA 'IT. A.'II t :
B._ _ 441 ..,. fc* ft%*. to ....... at lending up a total of 13 bases on balls. (H) fthjfee.rr 4mnvUad.Sb'4 I
Sacrlnna I5AS4Hs.a
ft. lists at BoalM (.lkt)-Iln.*r (1".) ...' Prlddr. Ann runs. : PrtdilT. Grata. 11 : : : : : : ; tlM"NW 1 1S 1-
... .. ..... t4Nr .... f..Wi sa...* I.. which aided materially in Orlando I...""* (IS4ACIOri..I : a dad, ...f3I. Doable plans, : CIIrtaI_ MIAMI ITJP1 Coach Jack Hard- ;, .; S'KrWV.Ih :

<< 4.ytatl. Las/ M *... IttS. the ptctir ', scoring. at FklladolpUt (nlgbtwsItoS5 PrIddY.'f11I. _: Tolraa....... and Jndulc: Prtddr. will Kabr. 4 a.I I I I I 4'PawMAjrf 0 I III. -.r: ft1IIPII .. li
f' ( ) ... Jill (1.13)). rhrtatna* and \ : Jodnlrh Stmbra Ing sound the prelude for the i lirrJ HTlnkilufWM. S I l I 1.. ....
The Senators take on BillStetnecke's and Jnrfnirtu ln on base: Wuhinatom .. St.Ixwla .* IRnrrwr.V I I I .III.If i 1,11 ;:
-
t T. Bawo am kilo: holed! I. Cary, t.Bran football season in Florida today 2l15IH3tbsu_ Sills ....
, (aNlwula. I**.fatt4 w_! ixi one point. tough Deland Red AMERICAN: LIAISE 1. IllriII..r. Raaford I. Cary S. Ma ruitr4d.lk 4 5 1 1 IIE..rN. I I I I ...
t Hats In a doubleheader here at w L fee 1.1! w L ,..tN c* ', trm L Bin: off rair II la I Inaian off when he calls together 70-odd [_alt.If I 1 1 I .._,. S 1 1 I 1 . I
Tinker Field at 6:45 today. _Trk Tl II.I4S [ClrrXad II IT.JIT-liS, Ma rraaa la 1-3r Saafard'I. la- 1.11 I husky hopefuls who will carry the SamarlT.\ 4 1 I 1 a,............. I I I I S ...... : !
yp ..... ag0l14tbl&.P W hMst.. after the State p.m. Rear 13 SS.34112 W TUcai* 5C U: ...3 21 Rnxra S la 1 Winning Bi'rWr: Carr. IxnJMn : University of Miami standard 18......p I I I I I ..... ""e <
0 (1. rill tar ...l titMi to declare Stan Zedalis and either TomlDJ'Ibde Datrott I' 55.SUl' IWathnm H H..,* nnu. ... -: aafnrd.. '-.11".": Rommel FaaMniiai 10 -nIT--34 I21 I ,...... T 11su : : : ; : i
>n i at or Gene Major are the .. MM.HtS 1"-. ....1. 41 11,551 SSNaairli and B ,er. ABO: I:** against top-run opponents this Tsar. It .
a .. .. Mm. tt to prairie Taator, Autumn. beutas. : J'J'I.
tears likely Senator moundsmen. n51t05s e05 5051*
.. **. ..*..il.btatt will care IIUCURG I ORLANDO. Itt...._lAuia i 111.T-4.ClOTaUnd Watfeltoa S-i.1-L The veteran mentor will hustle Rt. Ann the ... - 1M iM Sa 4M4)> 4) i iTrran f : : ..v' I.
ArmedAssaultMatch .... "
if 'lIE I 55 r 5 0 *Ibfbraad.aa I 1 I I S his : rtiaki l. t Half r.a rfaW* i
far t f.w prairie chickens! \...**iaa.YUolr 4 S S '.\IRotntm.lt 4 I 113 1 Chlcxo.. 1-" Kow Tae. 1-11 (i ea4 tanslsi squad through five weeks of BUM kattf4 to: flra.tar. L ...... 1 A. i to* 1Ni -Flinn M these ran birds. 1 1 1 1 iBr| llfl.rt 4 I 1 I 1 4 TIN AarkaaMk.Detroit preparation, including both mOrn- 3. Bonwr. *aarar
ft e I=: a I : : S I 2l Illpp.at.d\R.TtUt : :,1 I : : 1 '.s. Phlladaliibta.... IttttProbabl '1-L Race Is ing and night sessions, which he l> *KiMte.: Karvte: -(. .-PavMaIal4a M Krwta. led. MIL.M .. .

0.0,1.25 4 1 I 1 IIG.m-.1I' I I I I 1 ( . $WMn. wo and lest torah rp..atiw.esl hopes will have the Hurricane Darraau Bnrk t, M. Awns II Stavl 11 ...=
s tE.I14 n ... .....tly stay ttttme this "_.If 4 I 1 3 IIJ.| .,*. 5211 blowing at top velocity when they Mace off: 8a..!, t. Sass a Rata 41p -- :
0.5.d 4 1 I 5 .!Mamti>f.3b 4 I 3 I 1 :XM Tat at Chirac (Blnt. )>-Brena C5-11) ... k* a.1It'1y! S. Halve S. NN Ni .*.... ... '.
u- 1Og N*4f M1id ta. eel) to South Rds y.3b p 4 1 12 'rerd.' 1 1 I I IRail. aptih 57.5.Ph1lad.lpbla. PostponedCHICAGO tangle with Baylor in the curtain Halteaa ITMrmttl. latfirw: D.-s.. Loa *.. .5.-.. to .
.-'IU. >*** M4 letter. hunt themselves a .. 451 5 1.1 flam., 1 1 3/ IQ..kLn. at Ootratt KeTaha. If-.) **. raiser Sept. 26. af ,aaw: 1:'* ,_ c.....p
4 1 I 1 5GI.wu B.ItIII (t1-It: .. .,.> .
CloraiaBd-'lMian I To back his optimistic 0. -r
.1 1/ 1 1 II 1 Bata at (II-T) .. Black [API The nationally up a __ ., ,
oab
I (t..lu.p I' I 15(3.M.p.ir (II-">. acclaimed $100,000 wlnner-take-all spirit Harding displayed a Joe Louis FavoredIn tb.w.r. le.. ,. ": .
f' .i..4 OW H* witter ankle. x-M I w p '
I.
-ooIIIDI'Iaa at (51gNt-wyu. (11-11)
1. 1 S 'fm1ll''A i -
IIa ,match between Armed and Assault lengthy roster which boasts 27 0-- : t .6 oIr
t1 : ill ...tl4Al1 fc w H rt t&Urtly out of the '1..!..!_1_!} _____ H. ZoI4ak cl-n. -- scheduled race for next Saturday-I lettermen and 20 classy prospects Negro Tourney .rl" I--- _. =...s.

::1 ToUta n SUM fl| Totata' n 13 It 17 17 SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE at Washington Park was called off from last year's Fresh .. .- d

........ f**t) tHiif forrtH about pheasantUmatilla I Bracked*-*...1M tar But ftrbbin ea error la IB"ttk.Lantmrf 1L W L Pot.1| W L Pal yesterday when Assault developed team. With this material he expects I PHILADELPHIA lAP Heavyweight -. ' -. .

.. ._ _..__._____._ %fit t.l __ 1 (. ... 11 TS II S4 ..1"1*!"MXafM' !|GrHnYiD. M(. TS If .444..IMCharioiim a soreness in his foot after an early I to break better than even i Champion Joe Louis has

n_ Orlando relesondl._ _ Sit tl tOi-UErron Ma<....... TJ M .SUUMmnite M fI ..441Aafoau morning workout. on a schedule which includes been established as one of the favorites r: $
: GrnnvaM. Bohrrtioa. Rill thf.s4
... ...
nil tr;: l Bihia SI U Ml in the National Negro Open
Inane Boa battrd la: Bell 1. Brawl. Maa- Rawlta After learning that the King t Baylor Yillanova, Texas Christian . M.t1 oM 4.sIOfa
aIq S. Fwd .s, Robcruoa. Good. Garrlaoa._ .. Ts.ladayGr..1r Colt could not Golf Tournament beginning today .
Trims 1... Tv9-toaw Wax e>-. Btolea _: G-rrtuMi > C.b M. 4.(5.rtatns Ranch's Great possibly University Rollins. George aM 316ITS
S. BrarJ.U Bntl s. Manalai. l raiid. left S. mists I. be at his best to. meet Calu- Washington South Carolina, over the CObbs' Creek course. t
a* .....: Lanbnri OrUad It. Ban o*bolt:offParta ammak. I. lima t. Farm's Howard Wheeler, of Philadelphia
met Champion, Benjamin Cincinnati.
.. Good 1.Gleaanai'.4 0.Lti I, Bidanrar S.Ktnark lack o.i1J. 4. Codhiaibui S m ......). Vanderbilt. the University .
In -- F. Lindheimerexecutive' directorof of Florida and Alabama. is defending champion.
Apopka ant kr: Dam S. Goraiaa I Bin arT: _
oil Il45JU1l GIN* 1 1m 1-1 Ionium. I runi: off Goraba Sla SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Washington Park decided the Among the newcomers who drew f Louis lightweight champion Ikt I
4 ...1....' nun; err Good 1. hi 1-' Innlnu. WLPet. Williams, welterweiht king Sugar
le b I viol;off IUd_., 5. ta t 1-' 1uI..... 4 raaa.UK Mobil .... .8451.6201Atlut.WLPt.I| _..lllt.4MNew race should bi called off promptlyhi equipment Saturday were two
Series Gorauaa --- Wildanchor the interest of the public. twins Ray Robinson and Aaron Prrrr s
by ( from
Opener tf rttrbrr. : OrVpaaa 14 SS .111))BlraiUuhaii\ n Tl ..42.VaahnJl Tuckahoe. N. Y".Elmer I 50,00011
Qtr tlz : KifUnraf. Lodnt pitcher: GI.I ..-. ,TS 14 .11331|M.mp01..54 Tl ..441Chattaaoot Trainer Max Hirsch added and Frank Smith who accounted Washington lightweight win playa
I aipirea Wlastom aid Tails Tim- at : I
: Sue
+ .--d": L4elneq Sentftn !..*. .fI IT .SUIUttfe Rock54 SS JITMeMlta that he was "sadly disappointed" for 200 points in their high school l special match Friday U an add-
TaatoriayLlnl
Uf'tA .. CmaUlla bested ," Rat ''-.: Atlaat t-IS. .that the race could not be backfield last year. j ed feature to the closing 'day'splay. IUD 'OMIII,. *

I ) ........ .-4, here yesterday In Daytona Beach Swim ed Mmphia era raia.*: Btminibaia.. HIM). 4 (aeooad laaw egged run on schedule after all plans Harding expects to make his .

&* ...iitivt sane! of the >*w Orlaau S-I: -Na briDe 1-T had been completed. T-L formation click through stra- ----- -
aea.t trftre/f fmals of 8hatlah-1 Meet Draws Large Chtttuor*. t-t; Mobil 11.INTIRNATIONAL I Jimmy Jones who has been in tegic use of Ed Injaychock and 11 .

4_ ....*.!.. A crowd LEAGUE : charge of training WarrenWright.s Ernie Mazejka in the secondary. -:

..,.. k4 the gsune. (i Field Cubans Enter W L Pit.! W L Pet Armed while his father, Proven linemen Include a coupleof LET'THE ; j
t'ekeails INMMI four hits and !l ; Moatr**! M .IlllSwrark: _ II IS .(' Ben is vacationing in Wisconsin beefy tackles Mario Demarco'and KBS NAVEFliRt .

.H.- Nr hair tans In the eighth !i DAYTONA BEACH rAP The lair Off* ___71 S1 ST U .1871 JW! ||Rabat.r Baltlmor __.__.at St 71 71 ...4Warrana .43TBuffal expressed! disappointment. George Carifeo. and massive g..... lsppMl/. tlb leiny lr..

M ffif iM cttnchcr to the con-i first annual Daytona Beach Openi __ It It .54111'1'_'. . .51 SI .411 Ernie Settembre, who will try to -

... I Swimming and Diving Championships IIta_ vataaytabe.tw Hurler scale down to his 272-pound play- 'LAY"'",
raal II.Timnl
'-1. M
,.. vtterait Ar.P- 1 I'I here next Friday and Sat- .* '.1. Bnrfal. S f. Negro ing weight during the pre-season' pa
.4 w. sad ... Mnwt SorlIto RrracM .-/. workouts.
urday will attract an outstanding
.4111 t/11e/ Akaoce. eack giving ,, national field. City Aquatics Dir. Baltlam I-S. Jana* City !-S. Joins DodgersMEMPHIS. : tIt

.. ... ..... James D. Doc] Young said.yes- AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Davis Works Out
l .... ., the five-tame ,! terday. W L Pit.: W L Pit.aMalCttT Tenn. rAP) Dan
M SI .IKIIiKUanaanUa M M ..4Wn
... .UKKI to VmaltU Wed- An international flavor will be Tast.TuN II .SMiMUnxapalU M Tl4 IT BII nkhead, pitching star of the For All-Star Tilt ;
......, aI\tfMIL added by entry of 55 Havana j 219.wkeS U :.SHIK.: Ttal SI 7T ..534Colnno Negro American League has been i
...., 17 7. .' ).T .a4.." & ap .. . 1 Cuba swimmers and divers. Ratitltt Y..tar
I ......a 5I . Young said entries have been } Parf S-T; Tol .
.
.. .. ..
.. )
tile -
I \ 1.I 1.- J tN A received from Louisiana State Miaaravana .-.: refu t 4. reported over $10,000 it was who was forced to sit out ..
ft I.1. .. ill11 University. Emory. Cecil Field ladtaupolU 4: Eaaaa; City 1 (Hnt .IW and learned yesterday.The I the Chicago all-star game Friday iins

.1. ir.t.4a111114. Fla, Naval Base and teams from Jtk.Miinukaa s.N dnuSA.amid 1-5 Laniarilla nmr II.FLORIDAINTERNATIONAL.railed M]. Memphis righthander. ; night because of a knee injury .. bii. M M ... ...i IsaMI# 4M..
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t *_" O I I Tampa. West Palm Beach. Lake scouted by Dodgers \ took part in a full two-hour dummy -
J 1 *........ . .I Worth. Sarasota. Ft. Lauderdale. LEAGUE'LPd.i Rickey personally over the weekend scrimmage with the Eastern j

; .laa9.nM.IOaa..Ialiia4 ;I; DeLand Ponte Vedra Beach. Jack- Rtttaa _n M .TllSt. rrtmtunt II WLP44.7* ..11I : was scheduled to. leave byj i College All-Star squad here yes 1 1I

A ..*..* JJJ .. i. i I], soorille Atlantic Beach. Orlando Tana .13 4. .""i tr Pal. BPKllJlt Tl ."1 1 plane yesterday for Brooklyn to'' terday.
011-4 Miami Bad 14 54 .S78lUk.Uu4 . 44 M .HIIllaml '
Tarboro. N. C.. Dallas :; join the Dodgers. Eastern squad preparing for a
J? .. tt 4-4 | Atlanta. II M .l8Oln| Laortrrtall ST ft M*
4$ iWM *tf& a*>.- *-1rK .Tel. Knoxville Tenn. and the RaMlta vtaday i Bankhead who has been In the I charity game with the New York FREI INSTALLATION
11 ..Mto 5 k. *- Hajaalt.; am-. Army Air Forces Material Com- Miami f: wet Palm Bad LTaau I I I Negro league four years, has a Giants of the National Football
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_,- (4 m-1 Ii Ikft*. SMMI .*-*,i mand at Kelly Field Bonus I: I
<+ a a>" ..-i.* ..... wi.... Tampa and Jacksonville each Brat S-T: Fort taadtrdato '-A (Ste- five defeats A fast-bailer he has 3. was increased to 39 with the

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.I .. a.4 M 5,054 r++.{;1 while the Tarborb. squad includes the Negro American League In I running mate. Doc Blanchard. Ili l
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alb If he crashes the Brooklyn I Head Coach Tuss McLaughry or-

-- All-Star 'UnSungs'SHAWANO up. Bankhead would be the first I dered the dummy scrimmage this
Grand Circuit Harness 4 firfft*
Negro ever to pitch in the major afternoon after the new men had _!
..alt. li t* M ,rv.m M the 8IAla Wis. rAP Frank leagues. been given the plays in a morning !
...... alma IM WMcaU.. tutfoiftl Racing Hits Illinois Leahy doesn't think his college all- t i I blackboard drill. S1AT

,lrat pee u.,t Opines' atqtl' DUQUOIN. nL tAP With Dli- star football team,was "sensation- Rich i.yJ 9
w.14 a Mil Colts heading the show five al" in beating the Chicago Bears '. Hank H Captures LOWIII "If Ito BMhtM COVlli

$ ...... days of grand circuit harness.racing I i 316. He says the Bears merely Longacres Mile Race COST Tim W* 60.lM \. .J><."

'-- - ----- i open here tomorrow at the Du- i I had an off-night. LOANS rin.naIt... i

ouoin Pair. i' "AU the bad football the Bears I'I SEATTLE lAP] TopweightedHank Don't Wok uar

I The Illinois Colt stakes for i had under their skins came: out in H, Washington-bred four-

II.- kN4.rs, both trotters and pacers and the that one night"Leahy said yester year-old, overtook favored Byme- IrxUtlnwntO L.a* fay Day..* !

..... f"'WIr r fret for all trot and 26 class pace day. abond in the stretch for a photo- 1 t. 4th Flow I

- -- are on the first day program. ': Leahy said a lot of the so-called finish victory yesterday in the Boy New .

\-mtD .. 'llMi MMYll : I Algiers star of the E. J.Baker stars "didn't do us any good." He I I 12th running of the $20.000 added FIRST NATIONAL TANK !

: ,, stable at St. Charles HL. 1s a{ had praise for the "unsung boys." Longacres mile richest race in HISS Fedrral DtpeiU laamax Car *ratl** OB the 1

standout in the free for all trot. who he said "really helped." the Pacific Northwest. I
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Orlando High School1 1947 i second week of practice today at.. tog for the twice-daily workouts i j ASSOCIATED 5300

;I, football machine swings into Its I Tinker Field with Coach Paul which consist mostly of conditiontrig -
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another busy
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seven- OTJell said the squad would not Tlrttotit

nwrvw C0.11l ( f4JUOWAIJER I day session sans help. don pads until school opens [nearly

Louis Ginter, Syracuse N. Y. : September, but that he would 1 -
.. "... fm 1 : mentor is reportedly en route to have squad ready U) "butt heads" sioni *

AIRPARRCIVlU r Orlando to assume the duties by that time. ?
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b [church Editor, Orlondo Morr Sentinel"! mate and of lie Tfir r <.!.
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life that is offered M eel Mew .. .. -'"'..r'i : ,
i. tetnu 0 UIONS such real happiness. .who I announced they were waiting "Does anything really happen how strong u .2 a. .. -" -
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mitftoouo: TM on all She tells me she and Clark Ga- : for Keenan Wynn to make his ap I in church? Very little that happens ganda that come' M w ..:! ___ : : ;'T-s

? fk, Iftr 4** tMt34 .wl Uw ttnpreftratifft ble are good friends but there is pearance. Keenan, by the way i in church ever finds its wayinto air. exdtinc stone of 0105 tell fib .", .. '"
ji= F .***!: Lt ts totnf to no engagement or romance. ':' was dating cute and blonde Patricia 1 the daily papers. It is not I' id stores of adventure aal/ Itt... ". -
VftMttc ..bs vovtd aM * I Clark. Patricia and Johnny rounds of appeals for tat d !r- st .. -" -
ee*.tin.M seR *f*+.*t ta picture' I have just received a letter from : apparently are doing the town.The I I story that makes the headlines. alcoholic: beveratm, : theta ..... $"" .. M(
.. *! rKU* huiband. Anfm Harold Russell whose wife expectsa I night before they had dinner at : The public seems to be inter- shouted, screamed. 1 N .ee ...- ..* <" #. ..s*, *** utoed to star baby in January. He tells me I Peggy Cleary's Talk of the Town. ested in the things that are unusual 24 hours of the day rtmnffc M/fr 55 ...-r ..... ,rte .
s m Twa .which Andre that he is no longer under contractto * the things that are sensational channel that the foreea tit Mi ........ i.---ti .. ..,.
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.jr of the things that tangible'and .. .... .., .
( Caife-: Sam Goldwyn for whom he Snapshots Hollywood collected are can command. h.Nu -
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made the academy winning The at random: I concrete. That which happens "What UrMtf rmpfc.*** It . .. .
,....,.. ha,f had her Best Years of Our Lives. Judy Garland better than she I in church is not often the plated ape MS. In the "jg" .. ...... r.... .
... ..... '" Harold sent me a transcriptionwhich has been in months, returns home subject matter for the writing ofa cine that are dined t+t .** -- --- ........
__ ft team she he made with Bill Stern the tomorrow. That >is indeed good book or a novel; nor does it always What immodesty .f ...<... **. _!!- --.... '*
. .*4 tfv sports announcer and Bill believesit news. She has been resting in the appeal" to the great massesof ':, of drew b rw *.ld .. *5 .. ji ;- ..,. .... her
4 re **** "*** tasal could be made into a movie. I i East.VeraEllen people. front Lever .f .... .*..***** ..re .,4o .> .. n
aelt ashes tt* know how popular Harold is I and Jack Owen Speaking on the subject. What and what at.riM at taM *.* ..M4..- .
WI A**. MiU throughout the country with all I wealthy playboy and actor, are an p 'Happens in Church. Dr. Marshall -
4 ew .... e aNn the veterans. In fact he's given item. They are rehearsing both I C. Dandy told his first i
...-esta1 t1geae6 t a so much of himself that he's paid on the stage in Laguna and off. Presbyterian Church congregation BOA
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.tint very little attention to his own fu-.I June Haver has consented to be I yesterday morning of several

416 !* +11s .. .*tterft ture.I. one of Jane Wither's bridesmaids, t I Bible incidents in which
ttlrlettten f believe that he's a rood bet and by that time June should have t' 9 I prayers were answered miracles !
** **** f.r another picture and this idea officially announced her reconciliation ; performed and visions seen In
-., .f Bill Stern's has great possibilities. with Jimmy !j I Ii l'.{ the temple of God. EGAD! 14 l .

.:: .... .... I Lynn and Gail Russell are the other ''I '4 Spiritual forces are awakenedin YALUTS A* A ?, f A d
I bridesmaids with Bill Moss' sister :J "
..... mlv 6 s the church. Dr. Dendy said. lloRSC cc %s f10L I10
.... aselen I kept thinking all this talk that I as 'maid of honor. Diana by i ,1 "We are constantly passing A 6ofc'VU.. A .4s ar ..-
... R. v w i a.fI .W*W.* -."..., the New York boxing managers I the way, has been considering leaning : ,! through the battle Paul describes A7 7d [pin ,tM !Qa
Mtam Bell Wilder were threatening to block the release home because she and her I j in the seventh and eighth chapters iCAt1 wOIC 1'
if* t.. )r el.a lt.e sisters, one of Body and Soul John Gar- mother do not see eye to eye on l: ] of Romans. There are two natures OPERA
ciwl *w. kntnrtte. who are field's expose of the prize fight her romance with Bob Neal. 1 I ?4 I that are crying out for expression il Ki
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pit A tit And let racket unless certain deletionswere I Phyllis Brocks: who retired j' } i and for mastery. One is the lowest -
r.j r. fay torn* tie nary a peck-a made was publicity. But I from the screen when she married i 1 element of the physical and of,
.. fatr.iie far Bonn, who sill David Loew left Saturday for New Tarbet McDonald,welcomedher < the sensual. One is the highest,
......... es the two writing York to fight it out with the second child, a daughter in element of the spiritual.
-tleestaettta"'" flower crowd. cauIi-1 Syracuse this week. 1 There seems to be no limit to
Hell maintain his picture Marjorie Jackson. 20th Century the number of opportunities givento
I .... ...rop fUr UMand .U linf honest expose. Eddie Egan who cutie. and John Ringling North, of aLONG us to live in the lower elementsof
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JJIJIJII o...i phi a aPM to bfcauae be Is chairman of the Athletic Com- the circus family, are quite an item life. What an appeal is madeto
sad 1w ..*..._ II". Brown are mission of New York State has: in New York. the minds of men and women
j ....... arias .t Uw scenes for made no threats as far as I can I I Keep your eye on Joyce Rey and youth by the forces in our
.._ ...... HfM III PITIL hear. Body and Soul is the most nold's romance. She's spending age!lt
PM a Ir.ten* Ia4tJ t* Florence exciting of the fight dramas yet the weekend as a guest of Marshall t "Glamor that is pictured and revealed -
I 6Iif '* *4r" peep. *aa aMtTM _ho lint made and it's got plenty of enterUmment. -J Thompson and his parents. They upon the silver screen Is
.. 4w MM .f day in Prague. i are crazy about each other. 1 portrayed in such a way that our
>.. t Cwetwatevakian and * I Jane Russell will be an aunt for people are being captured by that,
ttt fill'". French and Span- I don't know whether it's because the first time in three weeks. Her STEMMED beauty June kind of a life-a round of pleasures $
-. 0w. ..., Yea she-a rommi to Bill Saroyan is such a close brother Ken's wife has a date with Raymond [above is one of the , a series of drinks: these are
f "I' MN r. ML ... mart of the gUmHMO" friend of Charlie Chaplin, but he the stork. in Rose's' standards of life a very light con- ,
*...* to join the film col- certainly made a nice gesture to I Playwright George Kaufmanwill show-stoppers Billy i
the two Chaplin boys, Charlie Jr. beta( grandfather in six ,, Diamond Horseshoe in New I
MM Math ha appeared on the and Sidney. II months. His daughter Ann is expecting York, where the skyscraper f 30 Jews ReportedIn _AI

1i .u tt, ff **< few made three fUms Saroyan will permit them to pre- a baby. girls are again in high favor. I ---- -
i .. fwj< She baa blue eyes sent at a world premiere in October -! Gene Tierney will be her sister i Kidnaping Coup
*t** sob tni Met. and all In all. his new play Sam Ego's i Pat's matron of honor in the Fall I JERUSALEM [API A private ,
*.* *. fc. a beautiful glrL House. It's quite a coup for the i if she is still in New York and |i Obituaries Jewish source said 30 young Jews : 1- -
t J IIHf boys. who with Bill Schallert son it looks as if she will be since 20th cordoned off the house of Moshe I British Officlel J J
.. IMlalte4, African Queen will of Elsa and Edwin Schallert and I has no assignment for her. 1 )IR. IREY LOWE WIiITTLE Roman!, a Jewish postal employe, I
""' '' ., awe .. ... ..Uh Bette Davis, nor Manny Robinson, Eddie's boy I Wonder if the former Sylvia'i Mr. Irby Lowe Whittle-60 died. in Givath Shmuel near Tel Aviv,I _
.>- *''9 '' t'"" ,at 11M WIlMf lot After the have really done a fine and creditable Fairbanks got her freedom in Lon-' Sunday in a local hospital. yesterday and kidliapped his son HORIZONTAL 4 MN t.u.Ss;
f ItraMr.. Ui .Brat Into effect. Jack job at this tiny playhouse. don? She and Bob Sweeney are ,: Besides his widow Mrs. Effie who was driven away in a waiting 1,7 Pictured late $10l0
Wrtr dmdwl the M minion * inseparable and talk is they are on : Ann Whittle he is survived by taxicab, the source said. Reasonfor British fees j i 1..., -
btdeea. M voi.;d rmt to film it in Could It be Patricia Knight Is the verge of a merge. j three daughters, Mrs. F. H. Brown; the kidnapping was. undeter- secretary Mw eM.
Aka ace protubtuve. And so he's discovering her status In Hollywood The William Wellmans expect i Mrs. P. W. Keen and Mrs. B. A. mined. 1... srsrrar"
.s.4 K w Raymond Hakim. The these days is not quite as their fifth child any edition. Price all of Orlando; a son Char- 14 Calm
rte. r |tM thousand, the amount secure as It was when Cornel Susan; Christie who left movies les E. Whittle of Orlando; and a I 15 New Yerk ::=
Wsntn hart tctwwd b the. pic- Wilde was her public escort to become the wife of a local realtor step-son,' Henry G. Kruit of Los Hand Funeral Chapel, with the town IIu
tt -fe Leaving the Chanteclair last is expecting a baby In Novem Angeles. Calif.; five brothers. W. J Rev. Dean Melville Johnson, of St.I Notion atw.

It tw Mat gas through (UfaEirtaV night with Johnny Miles the I ber. E.. E. H.. J. D., J. E. and F. V.I Luke's Cathedral officiating. In- 17 Stain II It IIi ::-..r.M1 b e19 *-- ... -
t> Itakira will try to young actor she was unrecognizedand I Jimmy Seay at Eagle-Lion, and'j II Whittle all of Orlando; one sister, terment will be in Greenwood' i Kind ef besb iK MrMt11 II" ..
'u fwd and Ida Lucs ignored by a crowd of fans his wife are calling it a day. I Mrs. Ernest Gibbons of Jefferson I Cemetery.
Wheth- I Pallbearers will be Benjamin F.I Profound tt adhered air ."It'
'M Iv IN Marring roira. City Tenn. and 10 grandchildren.Mr. .
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Whitner.Randall Chase. Cushman
c / ,A a .siM.l thmkmi en Hakim'spf Whittle came to Orlando 22
f. Mar O'nn I dool know, years ago from Knoxville Term. Radebaugh Edwin Fishback. A. I 22 Swabs 21 AIle dsth 0\\(

In* t *. ,.... he'a definitely madeA Local Service Airlines'Name and for many years had owned T. Coith and Donald A. Cheney. 23 Eye (Stet) *y ygl ::r.- ... .
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a IIffff to WIt ., them and since and operated the Whittle Flower I !
t H*. l4eabaMs. Affair was made Shop on N. Orange Ave.. Funeral For Mr. Abner J, Farmer. 58, 25 Small nth Jt ... .. ,.. +
f t....*.. I IN BO reamn why : arrangements will be announcedby who died here Saturday will beheld 29 Operatic sties
JtW r f.ta wwiidal& let him have Dyer as Officer the Fairchild Funeral Home Monday at 10:30 am. in 32 Born '
&***. following -relatives.. Efeelstein-Wigginton Home for 33 Neither 4 4 v i
* Funerals with the Rev.J. S. Book- 34 He was an-
NNee MOT turtle M.rri- Joseph L. Dyers president of Florida Airways, Inc., MR. CHARLES HENRY hardt officiating. Interment will statesman3S ti
usaa .as ..... hk The Mlles has been named vice president for the Eastern region of Mr. Charles.Henry of Sorrento be in Woodlawn Memorial Park. Distributes 4 ,
M t.ah trMp=... I" gee'. "h. 39 Greek letter
died at a local hospital Saturday.
... ... ..,..., ... flank SlnatM the newly formed Council of Local Service Airlines, it was Arrangements be announcedlater For Mrs. Josephine Quates 71. 40 Preposition
4 4t 4y K. as t ; !*.,.. .Pen Oct. IS.M announced yesterday in Washington, D. C., by Joseph Gar- by Fairchild Funeral Home who died Friday, will be held at 41 Egyptian god
; a.4 hee, .'i "Urr''UBf angle: side, chairman of the new organization.The pending arrival of relatives. the Beulah Baptist Church Monday 44 Fruit drinks
A *..fial radio room U being council supersedes the orig-j afternoon the Rev. George 48 Appraise
4 tee* rntvt JMK Benny Edgar FUNERAL SERVICES: Downs officiating. Interment will 50 Man's '
>..rt.. sad a8 of tu ..ho are on Argentine Mine Fire inal Feeder Airline Assn. and in ;i For Mr. Ernest Grover Thomas, be in Beulah Cemetery. Number name
MrMfi I *a. s w MI Sunday' ran do our 1 its choice of name seeks to emphasize 47. who died Friday in Day- 52 Mimicker a
w *% ,eats la.+l ll.1 I ,.dhow. and taut win be able to Brings Death to 15 the function of these carriers : tona Beach, will be held at 11 For Infant Ralph H. Jones Infant 53 Chooses
I .at ant 1M weekend at the Win- as regional units, rather than' am. Monday in Fairchild Funeral son of Mr. and Mrs. RobertE. 5S Edit
IM. HMO*! t accept right now. BUENOS AIRES lAP] Fifteen i' Home here, with Dr. John W. Jones will be held Monday 4
T4* maM.. .aa closed by Char- coal miners were killed and an simply funnels to trunk lines.- Bra n s com b. First Methodist directed by EiselsteinWiggintonHome I 57 Controversial
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<. rhea Jau&y Colons who fi- undetermined number injured yes- Twelve regional airlines in addi-j Church pastor officiating. Interment for Funerals.For 58 Voids
t1 eM i a.,.... Nm ottctnaUy. WM arrest- terday in a fire at a coal mineIn tion to Florida Airways, representr j will be in Greenwood Ceme- I VERTICAL
: .. as taw Marfftathalrr fraud case. the Santa Auca-Mahuida area ing all parts of tery. Mr. C. E. Moody of Mechan- I 1 Whispers S ,
< I l tf.l to My thoM who broad- of Neuquen. Territory in West the country, are icsburg Ohio, father of Mrs. D. 2 Save .
..M live the seek can also do Central Argentina caused. by escaping members of the For Mr. George E. McCulloch.who P. Eiselstein. who died Saturday, 3 -
'qf-. Woody plant
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... awe. "- II I Although the 10:30 sin Monday in the Carey.anicsburg.
.. .Ill rj r 11 b/M .itl f&atttr la Hollywood: There Five Dead Five Missing I 1. council is not - --- - -- ...
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'- ..... .. .... 9>4p In Flying Boat Crash I Transport Assn. 7.) wee urn IN ft
... gy .. *** bas tfrelvrd her final divorce LONDON tAP The British the latter re- w 6oC,YOU zE cvT OF Rb1LLY AiY CEditi utga3 ..,as rO O TMs s T barn ..! +a-, .;-? -
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Cmm cently appointedia 't'in niD! ANT sa o irc RYstEnCAL
Overseas Airways Corp. announced ) d! Wu ( :
.. t8rar.n\ ,.., at beta ta Hollywood. She ,
yesterday five persons were dead, committee to >i C SAKE rb STAY NE1 r. WE IN Tu15loc&IIEZ; c
best D+* IA* obtained a divorce with five others missing and presumed assist in opera- 1=:: c TELL'O'J ERVsT5 TO ANp WE SWILL SON FAY Two aa xYr.. M M ..r -- : YI
&* tlwal Doreiia in Florida and tional problems' 5Ts19a.EACCFTNsrLVOe. TNEI'IFEC.e. .
.* atete *aa forwarded to hers. dead following Saturday's of local lines of :mw t _I tut flux Alf Twit ta't, Ile !
crash at Bahrein of
a Hong Kong- t
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nr .. happily married to to-Britain flying boat. man also of : I. \
1M OBrtta. I doA& think Ilea Florida Airways. QZ ? .,* --J J1uzvo
: t 1tt: ___ "" arts *. people happier and Emissary Visits Tito Dyer Is a member. d!
I- ; M' M4 t* riM a substitute for BELGRADE (lAP] Cavendish I Commenting on the formationof ,. % 5 t1 _
t Cannon new U. S. ambassadorto the'council. Dyer said: h L 1 1llf'

Yugoslavia, paid his first official !I "Recent Florida Airways sur-? .1 t tWNY ti r
visit Saturday to Marshal Tito veys indicate the need for added a _
14 in Zagreb. local airline service to other cities E-4 i
.J1PJ within the Florida terminal area. I/ .
I I1 INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU IUYI I /
"It Is apparent that the popu- |
lation traffic ratio from smaller ,1 ''il'( THAT MUST BETH t)0 ' APENfT YOU NO--I'M M!: sAN
4sT cities is higher than in larger ;! 6 CLEANER YOLI NAND FROM THE IKSUCAWCC X G .* +* tiie
( CAas cities. This is Indicative of the |I CALLING FOR rnE WtJR = CLEANER? SALESMAN hiy Pe-
YwrN.rtw economic pattern created by Ivoua TROUSERS DANTS? ,
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T weAo. cities wanting to make their I
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--'-' A HOME-TOwN TRANSACTION! trade centers.
-' If''Ci"g "This is one of the purposes of C
) the council which might be called I' f I ( :
Assembly of God 'grass routes policy, in addition j 7.o !

to providing an air transportation \ :0M
TENT REVIVALThru system in safeguarding the peace A
i of the future.
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P.M. Dally Except Sat. Sparks in Gasoline Can 6w

: lltk Et. and Orange Blossom Tray Blamed for Train Blast I r ,

BERLIN rAP) Locomotive sparks I
: J CENTURY OIL BURNERSAND that ignited a can of gasoline F
; carried by a passenger were I WtaYt INOW WHAT IP' PO IF .
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blamed yesterday for a fire in an
OIL BURNING FURNACES THINK<< I"COOLO.BEAR FT ALONE: .
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.MAX T. RICHARDS killed 24 persons and injured 49 PALS AND THE SWISH OF EI+
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MARY tLBtT.1. RrIXLD A., I 'AINTING J'RD-8pedal; i I WELL . I .
.!.. at sears a* #*rtr* *.Kl._at.Oa celling and wan using flat oil I small diameter Carrier i I ELECTRIC iuntaiAi! *> "
_. >wrtb.a4. Barker ftevairW 0 ..inti. with each outside paint Job. : and 3-. Can install ;'! for cooling '' mlrsl. 7S ca. ft dsa. ***** t Nfrlgetatees
*!.. .!!. Oatral pa. HM.CB4UUJUI Best materials ...cL Free estimate .a FHA plan. Can Phone $ i i la one. Be deltllw D
.... Helfand. Boused. 2-421'7. French. Lorn wood. 1 easary Sterllaaj* MMMtlM
M d. MTV *Yt0WI DRr.RlYATO-I I from maid grewtXrnatioa raaaaa MBMsaV
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.Pita M 9156. service Ansco at McElroy'g AU makes. 24 I estimate : : : TM will Save to fcwrrp.limited. .. aa**** MWUcat
BW618t --- service. Another aervie pick up service. i;: : : : Walter J. M K. RIB. t9et111
au M SXSnCX and : Pharmacy. 123 N. Orange Ave. I ris. 2213 Edgewatcr 1942.! ; .
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rtUMBDfO) INSTALLATIOJt WELL DRILLING- r pots. I l : :
to drill shallow and sites. .' ilrr8 WM6wy 4rv.
5M SLIVER C7arlaa.j; Complete stock of six up to 8 Inch. : I commercial swat kam Ms* aafpa)
lit GE aMd.aa. Mme .***aM aa. *ra.... AJwrt :.e ... Lad Materials. and fixtures. Nothing down. 36 I win. 222 W. Casual Rah >*OT
ralw.gwa. reed aananta Fete n- roughing materials Belmany Well : -.... I ; ...
Installation ao
Ibw i We guarantee prompt ,
a.t Mwe..fL Supply. Rout 3. glassware j : i! .
3 waiting for scarce maten.!& Sstinates i I II
j AwO VrTie Free. i 9869. I Road. Orlando. Fla. j jHUGHEY9 i iI "" dining I
ApatU Ut cheerfully given. Call ELECTRIC: RA1'O $-rw kBSMsM. #
_*..*_ Crwr sr..rtla Dredg- Libby JI Freeman 111 W. Church.POWER I St. < deBvery. R
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tIN r, lab.. atn aster_1 .M a IB.. I IeetTw I i : : !! |
jj sew1'ad6/ rTOCrit Drtve-wara: i 36 Additions months to roofing. fencing Electric coo,.. at asp ..* ....
e ..aa ..--. r raaaabl*. LAWN : repaired 5026 for estimate.pay.. i ; Mills. I clean tauifty t. 6Y Yea Ml
tvcrtg **ara ta aaoaxa. Pre ette and sharpened. Nausea DisselerC I< teed. I : ) meals la cwrt smlart wilsli *, aas.
j ._. Put dbl. t trw range TrmY.p etatwaa 1 Scoots r
r wtater :230 N. Orange 9716. '
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; 1t. Ott 4 ,*. !; Also miner repairs. Orlando Home 'I' S HOUR DRY !, : Walter f. WUa.. ta*. M S. R0.son. tyrdR
J ><** PtrtpDtrTACr Malatenaae; dial 9948. livery service. I'ouclo4 ItM.ILECTRIC .
1 .JI asd aM Ws4e kSILOnKI at sew hceae PLuKB REPAIEID-BW King for : Cleaners. Ph. 6055. ".' and j i tI .
.M fvaatr *. *Maea aid baiidjngf > prompt guaranteed repairs. Phone I
-- .. a *.* a. P.M T* fraaal. T. r 5C69. ReI1 Dce. 1729 Orand. boats 615
1I : f1t. ,. io ldlehaaeM U> x Qatar i afco S- Haley's. : WATER ctoi8u- -CIa I
I _,,. ti M.it ::tit. PAINT ESTIMATES: Color sagesUons. LARGE Sects PALMS. binatlon for .bite aid aaasMS dl*. I i Ii
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<.4:" ... '' "'' ( Reliable painters recom- with I', .. Tic*. Capacity M W 411 Mwaa I Ii"
Nurserles. | i"i"i
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=!I Iy .apl9 ed. 5e_. .el..eN PIANO' and repairing. Quay ; CONTRACT OR ; Farm stock from : Orange: Pfe. 2-2S14 _ _ s M,
ing *r repair. Box A.
=- rrtar # NMtpsWaa6ss V.. tar f'MM T..t. tty: workmanship at reasonable Associ-pneeLP1JlIr Florida. i & Co"- ENAMEL' WAR 09a...a. MS ea
a +4te6 alias aces 8 : guaranteed. Can 5300. .
it +,. hIAIIO AND pHEserso Crib IUd store for Immediate sernca.PAINTERS -Estat* Dssla. water pees. gMMsaMgaroaxter
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... n_ p.1rN wID Na !Nsaws. ; 30. Good \ plate. *. canaera. WvckaM laMt i--
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... Base w* ...r .'.. *. SwXIWT Arcade. 2524 Kebl.I1.ECfRIC
.- VII a...._Rt.oM'WrTI t O"Dze;. phone Arnold 2-37E8.Paint Star 407 8. WREN!: PLANNING' -. : : WATItt Irfitsls- IS t
IIJ ( StYtC1Flora., roofs.ytwy dint receptl n. 20 and 410 and 40-gaioa; aleo ear lS...YIB
.. .. ..Res. The I PLUMBING SERVICE-West CenU.1PlumblU party: can Longwood .. long sad water heatera. Baaity .s/MN6.
N ...t .a *w*=.:. w.rtasaehlp I! te Heating Co. 15 N 13 for suggestions Office. 27 I Ii 102 W. Cbwrch. .
Ew. Ce.. i 41 tIN a4 ...e'l. Pr*. __t.*. For Bryan. Day 2-2236. Night 7538. i >ELECTRIC: OTEH W
imrni **ek af aa ktada eU (7Mat PAINTING-Hous* painting la aa Good .
Crosier electric retrtatt
... ........ c-.... C.. I art. conserve your money. Improve f 131. WFTTJERS : : rODdl\... flSO for bet*. Pbw* iW..
w ... .... S. your bom*. paint safe with Stanley t s t. R n>
: &'n '..... 51Mi eJarW TTt .1.ooq-N/. fora ORANGES. Oranges. W.__Winter_Part.IIECTRIC .
at. P; Cart Call 2-3930 for estimates.ROOFING at Leon's. We 1MOR11lt
Oonrs William : RinuunuffM
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: can 526 Laketiew an 5
=t\u..at- a N ae IMihM shingles or built up and asbestos 3%. Articles: at _ jFURNITURE. j 1 tr a {a, 5. I '
3 -. . IUID,. Smith A SOBS: 4688. I J,
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:T1 ..=lie n.u.; ttakg: Avthni REFRIGERATION 3 RVICK-= Commercial -I 1 DO THE WORK < CfED-2 wwMMen. -= r c
...**> *.*.. .< ttstes Floor and household repairs.OJod our lander, edger cost $ : i I : :: tress like Ill SO new eaca$27 1.a.egerq M. ...... .ice t te118t.M
V\t Mm l., estimates. ; work charge reasonsble Fergusen cost very little.
0 ar ed for sow er. SS lIS: 2 iece ll gS29&0 Nor 44gM
Id, M.UIltJlO.i.iQeij: ; Refrigerattca S-"ln. Ph.-9752.HIFMGERAfkwrsERVICe N._Orene- _and !! Rfdio 8ho;>> I <<1: 4 drawer ckrn. |Mb. .
saalp4 ...at..t MIdt sad :.. Com: FLOOR SANDER- Ph. 6792. Ice box. *1' M.S49k ... .,
x erebed ....w. r.b.s.r. Try w UacOuft inertial and domestic; 12 Tears iaOrlando. :: er. All new. : ::Hollywood: i 1 burner ail =.. ..
Bi.Nwr1Wrd '"'".... 1M .w......, caraerStOM Work guaranteed. A. T. 407 S. Orange. slip coyer Mather of Orlaaa. M K.FTJRNITCRE .....*.
R-.... P.s I IAO i Blaiky, phone 27452. > FLOOR SANDERS:) -",ve. |I II 4M
*S 1rtltAtllto r.lm 'HILL WORK t* ape R\DIO SERVICE-Expert dUinosu : "8- new 'dler. =-Trailer : I t I
.... *..*. Cnttral FtocM Lamber I and repair on all radios and phono I C. **. Barte- 1805 : j U2: ., : daMrp..ad
W. MfMe P... taw .N ....... graphs. Specialists on R.C.A.. Phllc j FLOOR SANDER and i j ji t tI BtJTEH-1 ... MM
IttC'TWJCACItP.t1Wf(1 and nous* ', .ad .G K. 24 hour service. Bract I tnet sander aced I i t* attend our aores .oM ......
a ....... ran .".. .WH. wuita GeneraL Bectrfc" store 356 N. Or- 1 Wyekoffa: Hdw.. I day lulM. for UesaaasiaBB *4MrkMi RaviAC"
sage AT*. Phone 1H2.iOOPREPAriUNGNew! Watch this aka *ar 1M jgtjfc. #P .
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3 j0 Ie tti saws: bench-saws
3'tcsir MNrldro AND nxt5HIfo'F ; ;
ely 511RI.4t8 ,..M a.nv. UMera equipI i I patching and painting.ed flooring equipment trim for tt..yrm1 *
-tr ..*. .. ". the Roo'er." Phone 21255. and misc. Young's wear. time U seed pear ,
N ..,* .*w r \. Lat blW.M bric-a-brsc. .. ost. fit Ml
16a i13.t1. tm i H wtsxr: liteoad.bad.d BOOS TJPVtOLSTERT CLEANED. W. Washington I into the : I I week sal 9t
.. ,:rxvd Pteveat F1or SarI5r Expert workmanship fast service. TYPEWIUnR: be : i *

t!! }lA'f ell +.e t'e Plt-a aMrt. _ !0 Guaranteed mothproofing service. Ph monthly and |t or > R. Sodero. Au4Wbe* Dourta; Aa. P
2-91O.! Kleenlse Co.. of Orlando. heavy: duty:
es* 3. with Georte Stuart. '
114sDttrO-PaYbias. SP tlon Sales 7B wTCaas
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5d3 -- M .. norm I SEPTIC ST U.ro--a d o phone $158.TYPEWRITERS. centers I ** a'"wilt *
Utaw. .....* *-*! tiratnvnt. M TANKS 2-0154.
edR *sa e a.ti..w .... *ia.rt-i w M-x. -ra vqulmneat.r 'Cleaned. State approved. 20 years i For : > greater cooling heat I..baa. *
... Prompt In business. Altermatt. Can 6730 or ,
% tmralM4 U- d. : month. Office 1 '
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BsdIIdt1AIW an.*** T R 'h Tg.. 7$St. ___ 7571 for service. f Smith-Corona : i MIn"R.aa&ae.. Ilaersaeehlnese .sews, : Rp..41 :f
} 111)1.f'1.IehJIIC.. clraaiii SXPTIC TANKS-Installed.; State approved B850.
tin* i J. Wfltox. rags cartaaaalinen 1a66eWe.
t mv,. !.- .. Y' Y ".. t lT. .ups for I 600 gal. capacity. See our Founded fin cooking .....-..; I.t fII .
4 a r s! wr1e.MI '*.e P3 04113th f. ..- ...' H ....rai.iee P"d lacks oa 17th St. West of Orange 33. Articles I New England aatlaaca at ...... .Owe. ii a-
M e,4..... ...-. .liar .""ire i 2"' 519 "-"D-lIo>r. I price. u.r>.B4 ranaware.uriaad. eM N J ...,-, see 7IWUr.. 8W
.pr sx d f '. f--. x.ay * sly .bad. .r"i 1C09 N Or- i pumped and hauled. P J. I I gits; roll rtHIhnf All aid 'seed M .qV. a @
.41+ M o b.+ 'oA .y.. Birke. permanent resident bonded | ilei,_Get_them. at *. Central sate 10 to M pet swap TT aeaew" t
P/t- ..t'ft.t"I)! OVtB-AnJIan* Insured. Route 19. Box 231;_2-Cl711 I ALUMINUM ; dial O'D; parcstas*. Maaa POTSUBM.aw 0.0 ? aces,
l ...J t.....*-, r.rttH*. marf* new by TRACTOR WORK New ground and sink rims. :0. -AND .; .. 625 W Cb.rth tt rheas WsV. i f ist
cep .q- *" V% Ooen for 1 'plowed dirt moving landscaping.Ph. / Steel Sale Co.. H'RNITonk -aPSfLU -
t1 ligae .i$ ba. r.Ia.aau4M t'W. *. .R-_,UsUrs Co. 1122 9106 or Water Pest. 1304-W. __ 2-1441 *. 300 fencing West : : kneebol desk. p.mued-booar 816x9 t 30 Mew -
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.4.O?*-T.. MI R'11et"wF"li"t. : nr..hri.. i 'trimmed or removed. Dangerous building. 12x20. I SUITE suite end tables lama taM 1.( Mew abM .
A.vmaar '.-4 -* ".,. _-tt.." I trees our specialty. Pin trees removed and tiding. coffee table All prewar aatfIshed. toil.-
"Rt *" n*. ....... P.,.. yr1I East Waebi. cheap. Lots cleared. Licensed price In one conI,. 34 mattress.Stymie j : Jenkrn 1'.....* La4aa.. ?y lass* zr* I
4-e v 13 i...- Rr': i4' J.11M bended J. P. Newton. 116 Irvin; APARTMENT 774. 229: Boone SI.rn..

4J1 i tltaat5 lilt! tvrnrn - nrw.*,. ee"a't.pq. ppw bupd I Phone 21147. i Complete kitchen: ; S W 1 FLOOR R.2g.-r--I.O' | IR
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M glo..e.arel ..- PM TREES DCMOSSED trimmed takta range sink and ; oil. Pb at 5 .
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0 a* fva *> ; ,down. Full insurance. J. B. Eaughton. heaters. Heating I complete instsliaUoa for *B a** = 3 R
wit M |r**) .rlestw M.d ;:t'.: ..tt.1' et atw 525 H 8 Sammerlln. Ph. 9777. and OIL Modern 21150. residences duplex, sod gjaal *ettsgea. ..
.. A '_ INN. .....1.,-. eh....- b w<< TRACTOR SERVICE New ground N. Orange: 2-2514. j Modern. Appluacs lay iM 4 4M
**** I > Ueai"kaW. *W p>-< "riff. +.-t .*e,4 iI.. .I i Plowed lots leveled. Contract or ATTIC BED N. Or ni tat WLA .
r l >*t* 4 *.aU Ia4c 9aatT PI ,t ....-.-.. "' nearly ray. Phon* 2-7283. I Cool by le I Kuhl and Ave. I FLOOR COVERING-Co..._" _
$ IlRygrr t>**aaaf 'fIIIoII "W _Faly"s"ba. Want-r PaklIM'1eR t?CpHOLSTERINO refiaIshing. I i stalled la your : z- I per lineal font. printed r eL46rrl
covers
sIRM9 fie rtw i ; ** *w tpAp7) 'S-mM ad i s.asd W* call without obligation.ArKraft pyment. 18.80 per CHAIRS see sq. yard also art. fU. :w l h aiN s I
I *., iMk like paint Job. i iPr Interior Decorators. 418 WCentral. Appliances. 428! N S10: baby den. waw
ci .is. tatat ra. .* ..tI....*- work gnarasteed.ra 2-OQQg or 22353. i I ALUMINUM SCREEN cleaners. $ FRIGIDAIRJ-ood: mrns I
*4 4yiN c* ** tTi i iKOCU UPHOLSTERING-We Completely r*> I IS aiesh. 32 *-Co. 306 Ohio Ss. between Charts sad W-
4 3 .r+ -WASNwn--It"-L"!! tplacc aft parts except frame. Tool Inch. Southeast TUBS- : ter Osrdyn Road +li
t 5.! .aae.a.a a v e ae.i. *...k d"fer,. raU Steam wort is returned to ya' better taM I W. Amelia: tel. t"t i 611 room : OASOUNX RANGE=:4-kwrstrnarea. Md. 4 M + tlAvNF !I.
=* V***> ** < Maw W*.br.g c.31".50 and let when first bouafrl. "O9FB far Injpttea **- ALUMINUM : Oood condltloa. 197 1 ,
tiaaa ia* v, aw* m.WS Tll41Rm a* WIt >.. wtrY. h*tmt.* free. Rum Mns C.. 112 W.Church new. modern I Bumby: Telephone MM r. w e'4lwpM. a e !
MOM' EHTICK o- ra| reoa'n : 2S213.VINETIAN .' durable for : OASJiANGIor..... '" wfcta* a* ; .
..w cwo iniga.B. Wlrdows. trrms : BLIND* ilid* new Silted to let In to : relate finish fnaadafd wa a** 4-
h 9.. sad a'klat ...,Ifoe. Ud and I j Lowest pri.,... Beat services. Call toe glare and available at Bumby Hard..,.. MM L. .
w 1 QiaabG b.sl.4. poow.eU Phmre 952%. Adams. Ph. 8558-919 W. Central Or- able In variety of -12 ft. row W. Church. .e ..
Rd less. PM wwbN U.KB U.1t.a.uu! =.i.ybcWcY eaafla IfPdo. Fla.VENETIAN. A Edgewater Guy Distributing Drive. i< GASOLINE:--ENGINES' aced pease Ytt 4 .
lk.ai Bat. nrplw.d1 find BLINDS manufactured at units for asrkwMaral sal taia*-
1 K DM"' ** w. find ,beat Pr 5.111. .1739 RubS Ave. See us about AUTOMATIC -18 foot trial installation hems. Plop *
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1$ 4* 8 R .MP LAWS WOWEIU Rr"AI**D -yam i itawaj Bestalum. bssswood or cedar blinds. Electric and gaa. i Conversion. Supply Co.. 610JW Ckarrk MM'GARDEN kjg% WitrfeT* ***-
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M Or..,. Pre *.s.r C* 230t l' Oman Ave. :' WASHING MACHINE: REPAIRS I i, B.T.U. capacity.I I -Unique I'.f. peen duty apoataf Mt*
& all makes all work !' .. Leaves B J Serrlce. MM ... l *NPO Iltirtlll
4 es. ell IU1'TJtu ftf 38 tL I I I' .
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-Oa fr Inspection" swaps! wear gtaranteed. Al Wiggins. 2014 L Kaley breexe fan. $75. 423 8. | Jacksoa. "t iaR
$. .. wsea .M.is'M TMtf: proud at Uw *xart work w* Oc i Ave. phone 6247. I i We ran mat :, '' GLASS WARE- 7 ....._hiiI ie,. ,. ur .
.eel .a ,wawa w. esrm.aN stab and Installation -Collapsible : tal dinner set .*.. ... aMdishes. .ape. ,.._ -
f .. BJWM V.t"c.*. 1122 W. Usytag official service.Barton's above Items. I ft. boats. 423 8. Eta Or. Wee sew R.Ru.w
,yr M leimW Owes) I-JIIJ. i next to Cuba Theater. Willard and Nebraska. only. i P
It. ... .. N IW tLawd Ofnct-'ACWiiis' RLPALRID-Our Winter Park 93. i__ ', blotk. I I GARBAGE CANS-Da4.f166o1R-P .
.. aerrto* ,..,...tHd. Chwk with LEAKS! LEAKS! LEAKS!-Anybody ADDING I batteries { : {o gallon. 115 75; ft .. .. $161 '
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W It. ii Yrta O.*f,* u ssrl. U S. Mala 8U Phone \i11M. can fix: them but everybody: can't ening adding 17th I Knox Stores Co.. 2i X Pre ***...<. ... F .
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..-.r* |trfa> 'BIGGER LOADS of better dirt. J"Gr' B, K08ERT QUIUEM By CLAUDE CAUAN j cotONZALTOWN5roomhome. concTet CAST. 2 bedroom ,I :*
... $11. Ka arampi service can Lee 2-0793. 4 block from new schooL home 2.e:1 near lake. J L

p3.. IT***. 10163.It $10,500 completely trc U sold Honest How I If bonsai.

: 3$. PUnt flowers and Seeds I before Sept.N. I. Wte B. ard. Brkr. 3 S. Main: '.h. I j f tare.. ..r i1t fa
824
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SOC water tower U S
'. tta M. OeaaMBke AZALEAS for $1. crotons. f SmJur at 811 .
Flame In Tbe Wood blocks from your con ,< Crawford .
aad 5. CLOSE IN-FIT City: trOlh wo ..
$1 each. Australian pines. 23e each I a new two bedroom bungalowIn II. .0 1-I I t r.
m,* _t -. 32 each. Above are speciala Hal location. I loom and two screened .. .
trees convenient 1 i
peal Early
Fi .. 1 ,.ra aM. Ve far till week. Colonial Nurse possession can be had and only:: i has a refined and attractive b I t hIORTIflAIT- = : s'8
"'Bt* ** ... *.* *. "i** 1306 East Colonial Drive. $3.200 cash required. I I[ and a fine big yard. Price 5.I t.. kS5W* I a
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O'.r.-Moore Realtors, 3- .. I .
1&1p. . .*. *awa4 g-jrtaal* e5trlr"I CALLADIUM HIBISCUS. Surlmanrbcrry. I 1.. N.lltIR..a.. Isaltor 1 i 109 PD. I I I. ..
marigold sinniaa. C. J..WI. WaltoR PID' 501c j .
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ka4 r.i ... 1411 E. Concord Ave. I GARDENS-Famished en i EAST IImE r a_larger home U i I, A ._ =

-.11. ak* 8tM FVNERAL DESIONS a specialty. CUt I/1I/ t unfurnished. Self selling 2 bed i there is a sleeping porch breakfast 1.I. .
tit a** twit earna**. I.l 4 .... corsage and wedding ; nw room modern frame bungalow. Owner I room and large nd pta I I 5 .
,* MM**. a aerdfaa Py J.'t Oardena. 2319 N. Orange outgrew this home and sid Mil I $9,500. Allen Johnson. 14: NORTRZAP7-Som -'

. -i kitMUt **-. a.. A Highway.MI Phone 2-1727. I DonS buy without checking will ;. N. Orange 8612. 'Specializing ncr ,. r'#4 0
s. t.*. tk-aa, I $*u6 Don Dudley Realtor. 3-474. I Homea." Ul Its N1 i
. . MYRTLE HETX3ES Free estimate ( meat *
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Wgaa----raii- M 72? Wister Park Nursery and Land CLOSE IN-Thl large 4-bedrOom 2. ESTHER ST. 233 EAST- open fa:i lee b .
Co- Phone Winter Park 33. bath home in the ideal seeing 1* I I.u ; 'i "11h
.. . Mr. Aataioa" keeping I Iocat I it IPn.. bln. k . m
-. *j..a. IIoi_ we****. PtTFER PLANTS for I... Cal Won- I11 I for and a guest 10m. .on a at $., J. home 81. buy furnished.buWI could . _

.,.. .' S.M_ Cr 0.* variety. L B. Mann. Lake I I Allen Johnsn. R.lr. 14 N. Or- of in entire lifetime. A W.e.D"or. ."a Iir _. 4t. .. .: "
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*> >1Si. 14* .. Waltaaaafna. Jim ain't moody; he'sjust Ma laughed when Mrs.Silverspoon's .nl 8e1.SplaUJnl I Ho" Wa..r O." bus . .

& . ChaI,. 14.'i4.aaI Large selection. Ubeaaufy I 1. COLONIALTOW2I ComptrlMl EAST SIDE Roomr. 2-bearooffl. I at- M n
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*.-.ec._n. your home. MussclhltiHaraerlea. sensitive. a car- puppy tore I I count Look this over. I belief frame bungalow la excellent ;i "al . 1I T'

4J4 Kaat Ce*>- 11 E. Princeton toonist, and works at home; '!I her best stockings. Ma ; It U' the best $8,500 home. on to. I'' lon Paved street. Spacious cD.I ORANGE S S '
; da,, market. Almost 1" a rooms, I dining room combined large I ;#
1 aa- __ u. Uvestock and'Sopplies :and he may change every didn't wont to speak b.U screened porclw.2-a garage kitchen with breakfast nook. Front .
cross
-r .. *A**f XafTi aa a**** 34* ,i 1 lot. 1 block to block I and rear screen porches. Immediate L. _., ; ."

'.- . ..>*4 steel It. BtnX SERVICE-We also haul cows hour, accordin' to the humor to a puppy that's high up 1I I II i to new aho. $4.000 will h.ndle,I possession. For Quick Ml i. priced at :I I ... .,S.-- "tety ..

0' ,rIMUee .. Fka.* telephone Winter Park 522MORSES II Asher Ptu. cor. 1 Belles Invest- O.
Ann be in. i the social 1876.0. PIDan :
happens to I on ladder. I
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cblta. William I
1.,_ sMs..t.rs.t : 3 mares and 3 - I I 8313. C. W.hlD.t P.I I j"
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Winter I
Lee Road.
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CHEROKZB SECTION bedroom EAST 2 ,
ParkFIOS | SIDE-Completely
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i Poland China. Also Poland 47. Rooms for Rent 51. Houses for Sale ,I and sleeping porch. 3-room bans*-j bedroom f11.Iol I Ready '

A'II' China- Boar service. O. B. Rile*,. '!lOSE low. completely and nicely furnished Smih RaJ ho.80 Ew 14 cu.. .t. $ I
; ROOM with twin bed; large COLLEGE PARK-3 bedroom brick All electric kitchen. 81UOO. susie> |1phone S a s.8-t -
? ... Orlo VIII.iiiifrs 'I sleeping porch wilt twin beds. For I house, furnished or unfurnished ,i terms. Dial 2-02 "wltl 1191.FR"C : : _
and hutches. Must sacriflee. settled women or employed ,Iris. Call Large lot. Quick possession. i I J.A.L. Ohio Ra Estate. 10* S AVE. StMoe I e-.icrn

I _ naajl tea** Ireds's fa* W. S. Littleton. Lake Jasa- t 8853. ten. Open Sunday 2 'tU $. G. :i Court. | low. boom. .Ieep. hardwood I '.5' sal .
.. Beach Road. Pine Castle Flor- .. j I
1.. I. ** 5 at FMMaa Broker. 33 8. Ph. 5529. .
N.II. .
i CORNER ROOM-bath. 4 windows floor,xr'Plelfll Immedt- 5 a
6Btwwai4)) .. r.'s cit" k a.WORK 1 1aw. I I nice private home. walking die- CLOSE I-In.ton. Ip.tr at" ate. terms. M. t. . .., 11* :
HORSE-Also saddle horse. tance. Gentleman preferred. Call 653* I (I Ju '. Moss Broker, 18s. phoneell.1. lo. "
.. W. E. Chapman. Rt. 3 Box i Meals optionaL AceomodatlI COLLEGE PARK- I of those extra 1 Income prop- 13 M.ID I

: Mi % aa4 b.ka 'ta'.1 184. Viaeland Rd. I ROOM 1 -2. Large room home prirlleies. I crt,. that I am in position Uguarantee. j W .
.iik..1IIrpM - tr ._t' or Her 1* a well Cannot be beat In I{, FORREST HILL SECTION I am i t .1
P5c.> ** a. I I Phone 34-R-12. I D constructed 2. rna I\ proud to and Wton5 ;
.. 1333 .. Of It. Pet Stock and Supplies story a lot 104x135. ln' to pnce.desirability thIS oil block. 2 bI jl I 1S FeWse
concrete
new
r- I TWO DESIRABLE ROOMS Neargrill I room. dining room kitchen I have factual evidence In sales I .. .
il Ecen'.1.a. ;
Modern In every :
.tMl8) ...-Pr.:1" BOARD TOUR DOG at Crickets Acre and shopping district. 23 E. I bedrooms and two baths up. 2 car records In our files of propositions. bWulo. '
casement windows sliding door
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KenaeL Longwood. Fla. A home ,Livingston. I rage. Near school bi lines and similar to this t.t have been vensatisfactory OR1 .:
5s Ihop clout heater attached a-
:'. a way f.._hem. Dalmatian Puppies. I! 47-1. Rental Agencies 1' term ping ditrict. Boone.120.0. This property t is in on*the concerned ;,| rage lot 68x150.rom.YO win agree the I bu.. L l... rooms rSeajm. .. I

ka Mh--a 4.M 4>."- COCKER SPANIEL-Registered black j I Hall Bios.. Agency. bracket, and 12. material, workmanship, and general I: < *) ay altf
I. .5 11541 VIes 5.5I ..Ie. 1(23 Dormont Street. tele407. .ltor. should 810.0. 81.0 cu I construction far exceeds the aver Law ** .
tea >** 550 S >.. _II .. ,i i' LANDLORDS deilrabi tenant-We win Iret supply ol charm rot I 112 N. Or.n.A1. 518.I .te.with J. Daniel Kolar. WI 7811 age hoe 0n h .pprnl I Br.kev.:: ,Jt I
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*s. -e- I, Clerk, DOG FOOD Kribbles and Z-eel: dog and obligation. Just phone us your I. or 2-348. 206 S. MaIn P.8.; New mal wek.miss this$ Wn I C.Ja .. -:
a'aa, H S-MM remnlie and supplies. Orlando vacancy. Gardner Real Estate A,enC Immediately take overdesirable i .r.led. D" 01. 5IL.-4IS 551s.i .- :
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,. sW tSAI1I v..v.srSI X-erl S&4. Dial 23524. ._ ,. 29 8. Court St. Phone 24481._ I screened orom. apartment that 73 Billies "; son and Carter.Carr. 111.. CeaI :I . *
< itsr4 D.LMATIAN.C Stud- Ch. Junior service breakfast prh" dlnn., rm people would like this Winter. I I tral. E :. use. .
.: 'Itf WE HAVE RENTALS: $3 Dok. r"entl redecorated ..
I .. *i.el *l Stock-Dai. Crickets Acre I I cbarff. Gardner Real Estate. 29 Inside. Exceptionally large oak shad CENTRAL AYE.. EAST-Aa attra-I out) Furnished 1 I A "1 .e _- j 1
f .I8tva TIM krtJ eeat Keanel. P. O. Box 93. Longwood.Fla. South Court Street. ed lot. $8400. 13 will handle. Sam- I I ills rancb type bungalow with a PAIRV-. Large k. N... sip
W, teatral.p it"7-:11 I i i mie Mt. Vernon accent, set un- j I ro. lt pav a-*
J'- 5 4H** T tit FVFPIES from pedigreed l II Raltor. Rm 4. Ceomat bealltul ed street. City bus price I al
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'. I Arcade :! tier the protective great' so *
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1021 shady Lao Drive._ 48. Hotel Rooms 707. reduced to $4300 for < n. . :
oak A reaDy good sized living C1I1. .a. .
f i S %* '- k aT Vet TROPICAL riSH Largest selection :|, CLONITWN SECTION bed I i tree, Terms available. King I 10'nL '. II .5..,
I room lining room with corner cupboard faJ 2-
. aaiaa**. M eark.ra. la Orlando area. Aquariums sup- I LAKE EOLA HOTEL-Summer ratei living room. dinlni modern kitchen two largi I 30 E Church. 8433. Open Sun1day. I .*
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. IJ5S tutl PUHarry Coster. 138 Ridgewood now prevail. Complete service 1 room and kitchen. Completely fur. bedrooms central hall I PICA ,
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= 7Z .. ... tt '$7$. Dr.__sit Lawrence Are, Winter Park. I i Telephone 21903. nished. 2 screened porches, awnings, French doors opening het "Cl I GRAND 1618 .. I .

. -.b .5S 55ASIe $1$. .Via t ROPIC AL-FISH \)PLANTS I i; garage and fruit trees. A real baI corner living porch. Attached ace,aau i .Irpln AYE pOrtA screened-front I .
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-, -MI a,a 6r> $* 5 II tai B-awtiful aelectian choose from. 481. Beach Rentals gain at $8500. Easy terms. Craig $10.750.00. A real home. Can I 1 porch. IS citrus tree*. $17XI i CU . ..
N* VtM ai *a1 fa***** gaaae C, Bill. 1221 ?4ebrska.IT ._ i with Hampton. Broker 531 N. Or- Morat with O'Bara-Moor. 2-0836, term. I I W.1 L, .. .
PS 4TsarTr. $ I I SEW MELBOURNE BEACH-New ante. SI.COLONITWt.1__ ; *4 .tnt. .
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: s. s. 4 11 convenient. Board dogs lOl Pin* GRAND AVENUE .
j your SOOL 8O charetsi -
.Lv 4. m..w Se' pres- J> building-store with apartment directly i Frame 2 ;
;. 220 West Michigan.II. I I I First place sooth of 2- : LTWNA crisp new whltt Ndrool bungalow. iu11
on ocean.
S5W roomy bungalow with porch bungalow. Nice lot with fruIt In ...
. .na { 55.4i
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Surfside Villas. $125 per Hai I
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SlI. (. mODU'i bunlll. house. Convenient .
material
4 Poultry and Supplies hardwood nO and tre and chicken 2 beta aM 5' "
Owner Altiere. I large glassed-in for I. -
L" : .. .,. M..ds, throughout sos need not U I '. stores and bus. Price out' > I I. abaat J .
. r | sleeping and 2 Other large, screenedi l.S :
afraid to Complete with Venetiall -. Rex-McGID. Realtors. 12* MI tog
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SLaY CHICKS New Hmmpihlres.M I i
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'. r ; ... .n.-'. 2SL *4 teatcd. Wayne '"d. Amcor 49. _Business Rentals I I i; prch. .e.Lar.eltrua attic trees.with stairway.Near school 1- blinds and floor furnace for I Oan _Avenue. Phone 4147. I I I c- r
$9500 with good terms. Call O'Hmr. .
.Ie.n. orI" I
Stare. 300 West Robinson. and stores. Very neatly furnished 0 I..
VS .. (itesII Plo.os 1013. 1 SMALL STORE W ANDoTD\W I Realtors 109 E. 'B SECTION A country
I. location. Phone I $13.300 00. Belles Investment Co. 23 n.Noor. 2831 PAL 11.1.
iifri ktiJ."l'.c.A = . PAST-CHICKS-Tuxedo Feed Store. 869. W. Washington St, Phone 8313. Pine. I I hOfe the city! Beautiful 180I
HI.' "d5 .... U. .. approved Pullorum tested I I SOP SPACE at 120 Writ Pine b i CLOSE-IN New block 2-rO I I frontage tot with plenty of fruit trees I P NC* a

i - .rr lip less 15us c. k aW_ _Church. 2.2e257336. 1 S..ptembeJ 1st. I I| bungalow modern kltch n. ltan. 11t.i of space for gardens. a lovely twiI a ..
.IS, stove and heater new 8-ft. electric I sleeping' porch, bungalow is '
"It 1404 w55WtS -.. lACY gtark.CHICKS.Immediate U. 8. Pullorum or future tested de-- 50. Wanted to Rent :i COLLEGE prewar frame PARK bungalow- This 3-bedroom is located I rrrferlor. new washing m.cbe. I I excellent.condtiA lane 510.500 rooms.This I.. ..s.o 1 1i 1i

f i\T ,. b 11II S. a. C.e.o.pr. lvry. Freda and poultry supplies.XteMU APARTMENT OR HOUSE-tnfurn-I on a paved street In a neighborhood I one blok furiur..1 citrug.Gould garage.withJnfcnuton I I with good one trr..U Call Zlm.at Henaa = 8- : .. 1I
j X-cel Dial 23524. of beautiful homes on a nicely S
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call
Please
ished. 2 bedrooms. Benny S W. Church with Mantle Saris
1 ,rH .ut I f ... PP-- ."H REDS-3. 10 and 17 days old. 0881 Orlando or 470 W. Winter Part. i landscaped lot. 70 x 13S. Priced to. St. 6545. I ICOUNY West .Wlm.&r Orlaa*2 I I
I _. ..rWS'l sell either furnished I or unfurnished.Ask .tr .
c. ..5.WwCleftl7' Whit Rocks. 12 days. old. Lake g i APT. OR HOUSE sleeping rooms. for Ralph Smith. Exclusive with EOME-Taft. l'i' acres I Ii Phone 80HRHee .C J
; Ch. Woods Chick Co < mile
4 Couple U-.fr-ld d.ulhte. 1.. Pryde. Realtor 668 N. Or tree 6 room and bath Pk atI _
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. -- tl Utttland. Hiway 1792._ I: Limit $60. p..r.nent. reliable. Employee an.Robt: 24596. I ICOLONILTOWN i eOUaf: : dwelling. Electric gas in this prefu
_* ttW HAMPSHIRE CRICKS 2 4a of Call Bob I water. $4750. Terms. Btrout atloD a 111"
__ P5.5 .. week old 20c. Fairvilla Poultry Mills. 4161.AATMET. Closeln R.lty. 318. W., Colonial Dr.COLONIALTOWN I I construction will features !I PARK lAM
It_ rare. Phone 8927.I. SECTION- I I that .. -i .5 50055b.eeiII14
3 rooms, electric -room home -A-l construction. 1 appel .
: R. KEDS-300 from 7 to 12 weeks enu.nc. Co in. .with 2 steel latb i concrete block 2 sean built. 3 'er There . ro.
3irIe .M. Must Mil. Mr. Hackel. 2350 What have you? IS S construction.CPr udcioI d I I bedrooms garage. 2 porches convenient I nice bath. Almln -
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(eyataa Drive. r'KL and blinds, attic ventilating tan and * I.,.. Ies.5broelfast
; ,Star. sale. $10.500. for H-112S. Harold to movies stores. lb I' I
V. Condlct. Realtor: 37 E. .l or I II 'i automatic water heater. Attach4'garage. i
15. Apartments for Rent I APAETMES1T-Furnlahed.kitchenette brom.. mat: dial !..31COLONIALTOWNJist_; crnI. By 1InturDthed., 110 Mab.ReuoDabT pd. Price 1.5. HcNutt-Hees-I lag i P.16*
living room Bet I I lip| ,. fit Rope
Mer' R.ltor Walt 1'1
section for permanent residence. Sin what you're COLLEGE location. .
.. rer b Ns.s IPARTMENT-Large deluxe duplex. gle. Occupancy 3rd to 6th. Consider looking for. new 5 room bungalow.an 2 extra PAR-Batu I Pone ; .0.P

V l.i.s.S LW.s. t bedroom tile bath. shower un1 1 smaller apartment. Brown. 812 N.W modern. Laundry facilities in .. sleeping porch, completely :!,I mGBAY 441-Near tlr'i i I
Q te.M." I,rrnUBed except stove. Garage. Ad- 9th Terrace. Gainesville rage. $9500 unfurnished. $4500 ea 5.5 Ies.4.*. I Ills eal,. 8100 month. 111 N. Ivan- APARTMENT-Urgently needed By required. Harry Heath. Broker. I. and very good ter. It?. jc pump. 2 acre .blab .

.._ c. lit I>.* Blvd_ three lady school teachers. Call 8253. Coloniallown. PII'I Real Estate. 124 8. Main; phone 1191.1|[ dry. P$4750.part payment.$12OO down or W D.Wllcoxen. .

'InI. kMEUA A VI. 28 E.-Lane 2-0125. I COLLEGE PARK-Older type 3-bed 'COUr PARK-Bt see this .1.1I trner 8080 or 513 N. Oal.ld Ph I

Ie'11I p5ev ntm tare* apartment. APARTMENT OR HOUSE-2 bed i room home that is In A.l condition. I terms.

_ ." .IIIL inlHN_ *"._lit.EPP'SCIZNCT 2-bed-1 lellhborho. per- . Screened porch breakfast room nicely furnished fame bungalow. 2 I.1'KALEY LANCASTER SECTIO* I 58Jpsam
APARTMENT rom service porch. lean d.c.,.. $10.500- 1 bedrooms, sleeping -
Ro.55nabl.2O3Zset,_ Amelia. APT.-3 lDan..nt rooms and Plas private c.1 bath Allen JohDon. Realtor 140 N. Orange I!Large living and d= .1 :I'I'I I i Fnhed..n) electric ktb.Prewar 2- .555. a.
FirruiaoN ; 881. Sppriallslng In !. tric kitchen .. &re Mm
COURT I
I working girls. Close in. Good I I construction. AH
2-t.*. apartmenta available. Sum- Limit. $40. call if1 CLOSE IN-Court of 3.well :1 I room. Yard well llldPc extra b.r.' ... 45fThaw'
. 55*r .... I ext. 15. Plea j I homes. AH furnished. Large Real Estate. 30 J Chur 8435. I II i nof garage town:;wire lot ..I .I i

cud te.4.5 LAiiDOT I of grounds Garaye for each,bouseStorare Open_Sunday.. i 2042.I. .. I- .
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CIRCLE. 633 3-room OR HOUSE furnished for young I the IT- ran. Mr. Britt. Ii
...,. I APT. and laundry building. Northern !,.
.fftrtracy apartment Utilities business couple. Permanent. About CoLoNt<OWM t ao 3bedrvom. A. Ohio. Real RetaiL 101 : s
.5-S. offer at 1 .
? until owner property tram 2 r--
'urattbed. 860 monttt Oct. 1st. I eDtre I i .
Phone 4239. Court. i
e . = I.. liIe .. Adult only. Phone 21593. 860 per month. I less than 19. PI Exclusive screened porch**. Recently redeco. S s. t5 pes45 o-4. 5.. ; :
I St APT. OR HOUSE-S K. Section pre with Ceo. 1. Brs Realty Co. 19 E. : rated. Completely furnished. Price., .
S 551-
( LINCOLN APARTMENTS Mone'I I wife and Central. RAlLY SCHOOL SECTION-Bungatow. I. t'
ferred. Orlando veteran 2-315. i $8.500. Bryant with BarmanGoodwin I . a --rN 8i :
81." Winter Park. 1 and 2bed.p.rtmrDta. ter furnished. 2 ecree** 1tsp1m.
. tile 5-year-old d.ulhtrr. 7092 or 898. I COLLEGE PARK-Extra neat 5 roombungalow '':, 677 N. Orange; 18. 1, brooJ i theta 11. e .
ea Janitor ed front 10
IS Sal Ill CLOSE IN 2 or 3-room and screened sleeping i oorch dtn 1. few 4
4 Mt water. steam heat. Tear HrTlce'l fume COLLEGE -Modern 3bedroomhome tarage. lwn. '. a.d.I r.- '.
porch all newly' painted .
screened
Summer rentaL Adults apartment or sm.1 house. of cement block constructionlocated BBS and .
able. By Sept. and redecorated throughout Also 1'I on I II 1 .tr. .t.. Ba be-eg.M I -
t. Park tl8i. S.
''. 9 sj.Aetf 1st. Phone 27882. I rage and 2'. room apartment house I I Asbestos lOft.. lot 2-a ura.. JohnsonCo._ 2 .u 3eePRowxom
mJrniN-STREET. 515H-Apart.t I and apartment fully All .Owr KALEY SCHOOL SECTION-Haw S !
.. ... famished two rooms. and I HOUSE-2 bedroom Close to furnished schools or andbuso. 1Infurnhc for a low cash price fllrhe.$8.2. Forappointment 810.5. term. 140.n.ble.N. Orange Allen; Jobn- I I bedroom bungalow. Concrete tC* laee* I MtBftSmTat' VL

j ** If" b.tI. Electric refrigerator._ Call 4357 or j ni Ray Holcmb. 2- -Specialtint In Bom.I .." .5121 construction. Asphalt til* floors. -'p h.5-* >) Has jM-b. -* : {
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S. ik* *'*.. aat laMttJMM rAFT Houses. apartments reason- chdrn 2380 with .- LX-Ri1Uk Corner tot. $8700. Might O. I. .
". MSflSS& kbl mile* South of Orlando. 2-010. I Pine. I Lake Eola. UnfurnIshed Gardner Real btt AII. 2 8.Court . .
with 2 apartment ette .Ia. K .
rvI :J. Permanent resident wants 1'1 : garage
HOUSE Dial
._ *Ma8 I iae iiodges.Boz 145 Taft.IYKPURNISIIED 7 room unfurnished I CHEROKEE PARK-Do you need I *: completely furnished. 4 gar ; 2-441. I .. 45 i
to rent 6 or
; -, .J" . r a*a aartaiaa seaS 3-room apartment, house. Phone 6427. I I. bedrooms? Abut 7yearold. I ages. Large tot. Priced right. Term I.l-s iON.t. rae id.i .
[ '. .. .. 5.4 .554.- .tat* ta bug line. $30 a month.. story home 0 Roper Realty, Church and Main. I 2 B4w al a .
: = lilt 155. 5e.pS- I r.. 2-4871. i RESPONSIBLE COUPLE-Want* to I Pa b.th bUt ronstructOj 2-3433. I room dining room kltbe ass Marian *5 S
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rent house suitable as guest home.Tear porch, largo Plot with -plenty,
.teL 55sirLS - has fri SaIl _
R R1.i. beep .eu '1 iN bnN apartment equivalent to lease. Box 470 SStar.IJRGENTLY I gIrded it. Needs some repairs i I DELANEY SECTION-$12,500 buy i tree Price W. K_ Price. 'jnm .'
about 4 rooms and bath. Gas j .Du this attractive spacious fully furnished 11.5. aIDOjOIab ft :
4.. WANTED by I paint. We would like to Estate. 246 Ave. Phone
tvv.. hot relm 70' bungalow with tU electric j ODn aa. 4ashe. .
automatic water. *65 ont I' adult and make fair offrr. Can Geo. I new I "
with _
5* meatk leas Ready September 10. physician I pt I I kitchen. C. W. 18.I 4 *
Brass Realty Co, 19 E. CentraL 'rrs'o e11t Wa
; ;; : !aacire1963_ClI,._ or preferably house with Infllrnsbe 2 or more for the .Pt1, 23155.______ t..r. Reltor. 117 . 19. I LAr; LOLA home SECTION: 2 tile-bath Furnished ammlsclovet 3 I stressed. 1ais165 pee.earags. It. t.r

I J' MODERN spacious 3-bedroom lake- or 15th of ocpane7. !ee COLLEGE PARK Practically new I DEN ST. Beautifully built space. Convenient to .tII, 300.Garwnr.
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.Iii- L frat apartment -In Kteslmmeewaatetety for year or more; best nodrinking. I cement block home with 3 full size i I ad frame bungalow with slid shopping center. Price $ Heal SCosm. .
1.0444. Ssia ,, I siding. Roomy, convenient,
furnished. Call Orlando Jordan. 288 Linwood Ave.. bedrooms and 3-room tarace apartment abst Ann Goodwin with Herman GoodwinInc. MU =
5.554. 5.4 Sunday or after 6:00: Buffalo. N. Y4 Phone Grant with $35 a month rental In- I pact An excellent 2-bedroom f .. Broken 677 N. Orange; dial '
.554 P 7 Pw.ro, P1Me :.::. PK.1 reversing I Juit few tile bth central haUe. 9855. I II rW all ; :
ehal" come. a from school. _
. -i.es purl. blok Immediate $ m . .0 9.5los. v
IV8INESS or elderly couple. No COUPLE with bus line and center. Only wra CITY LIMITS Practically t
LAKEFRONT :
166'1 Realtors 118 E. at ._ e.m
.554 155 l..es chtldr-a. T. share home with lone RPNSILE (3) want $11.000 with good terms. See G. I HuceJ'Nea.' ; I new 3-room block buniatow "
It .fI II Chess Mw. Ke drinking or smoking. Ph.341it. bedroom house furnished Brass Realty Co.. 19 E. 1rn $ completely furnished. 200' tot. boat- It. .rT'I
furnished/ unfurnished bet I COLONIALTOWN N=Frame ,' DUBSDREAD SEN3 bedroom inc and fishing at your door. Special 'V ;. : lI
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fl" tl ).... Oct. 115. Desire years lease. Call bungalow. .SEC fireplace. I IdIning sleeping pOrla. garage. $7.000. approximately half A
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.1514R' ,., ...u.L 4$. Douses for Rent I 116-MX Winter Park 8-12 am. ,I room modern kitchen bath Well. landscaped. A beautiful prop j I Can Mr. Klots with 5mlonttn I 2't
prt $2500 t
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BUSINESS GIRL desires apartmentor and shower, 3 brom plenty of : h.Ddl. Metralf Bid- 515. I
... is.i.....,. $rOBORSAN bedroom furnished unfurnished. spare 2 car Broker 531 One. 11. I
& house. 4 or more rom. clot lfe tme rof. I Igaraee. I LAKE DAVIS SECTION 4-room Ws __ '.
.: .5.58.5 PI mpl .*e I, week month or season. I Call Miss Fryde. 2-4594 week- All for $1.50. unfurnished I house furnished. $6500: $M00 : .aMi.-, fret* M

fI ? P1 ABamoBte 8prln 8-8493._ diyiStOS. Frank Crebs. S7 )et.1 Building, rash: bal.nc monthly. Roper Realty. term* fkaat A t fhjikyieraoa
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.V. =: : ; a t MAL L CNFURNISHlS cottage. I PLEASE CITE US a chance to hive I phone 21710.CHEROKEE _ _ I II DUPLEX APARTMENTIn Church and ; 2-343. I I sad 7art' *>. fJaalCeSitrtl .. CI 1i,1

: IU34 pr month. 1H miles from a home. We have a well trained I PARK SECTION-Lake nice location. 1 side furnished. LAKE FRONT-2 bedrooms or Poastbly I I _ ,
. .Ies vsM5s4. I.. .a Rack Lake. 301 N. Tampa boy. Need a 2-bedroom lu.ube.! view. Substantial 2-story. S-roora X large living kitchen rnrrtimtT -
ot living bedroom.kitchendining tattattj** .
4rn .. 55 'ft s.vrILs.iui. St. .n. 24432.cR0014 i house. Excellent care. Ph 265. WI residence. 3 large bedrooms den. IS consisting sleeping room porch bath etc. OP. tmtP M a I' 3 beI.5om.worksbsc. t as-IM .._

.. ,._ w.tsD HOUSE Furniture avallakle. ten Park. : baths, tile roof. 2-rar IUn.. maids and shower. Other room sIde has living* separate apartment. and ,I Ib.lh I las ibjejt *ay<-.

I mInutes from downtown. LRGE HOUSE or .p.rm..t until room.$13.00O,Nicely half fish heated. klth... bath and screened complete. Now oD 1.0 na:.I: dec51 A. Ii; a.torallod ; j jJ
. 6Li. :.;,: .Immediate pos .droom. Balance P'a
tft $04 8- tsr. 15. Phone 2-271. with fe cash. I r"ulr. wed
I s WSes 1.58., .-. iOtfsES Otober session. Vircil JonesAith M. J. Moss.Brokrr. Can Mr Boone.82.0. thi property and walk ,. ... a .
FOR RENT-Unfurnished. ._ 132 S. Main: _phone 69Th.COLLEGE around .It. you so desire. The address
sue i. 511.5.
Realtors. .
51. Houses for Sale I Hall Bros Agency i I
$ rona and bath each. Inquire > 1 block
I as lt .ra .14. ARK-New bVdroorn I 112 N. Orange Ave. S189. is Terrace Blvd.. IJHI.lIO 55-
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II E. .
Kaley A I Ta
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b55 hardwood floors
SSeWSS sIet.tsI Apa.IIU '
ADAIR-IVANHOE SECON-Dupin. metlrrcmeb .fur2 to in. [ .
.5.55. .. each D and yon want go pIc. TJIrUTne. 8' S So- i
<7. Rooms for Rent I 2-101 las appointment. William Mathew 34388 -
. ... 1W. sleeping .. living screened Irchu. Large landscapedlot. I .". . . .
. .. bedrooms down, ST. 21aNe. modern or 7811. J. Daniel Ex
. I balance I DELNE Kola. I.
kitchen. Front I 115.00 : be .54. 55 .5.
.T'' ell.-- I.e at IMtRKA 120 -. One housekeeping room dining rom before you buy. Many features. elusive ACn'206 S. . -
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side Inch .Lsdon '
One completely "
I and rear porchc Large living room, circulating beat, -
V rs..1 3.. apartment room. Gas. utilities Earl Stripling with M. J. Mo. Brok- I InO.80. LANCASTER PARS SECTION bed- I Ic.a iHti .
sides vacant. PUsttf-4 'Iwo.i
Both -
ft trI1 114 .. tfarpfey bed. $$80 week couple.__ I furnished. i er132 S. Main: phone beautiful kitchen fluorescent Bghts. frame on large tot, .W
o So buyer can arrange. 2-rar garage. Open house 3 p.m. I i brick Ifciamn ta- babtfraamt > S.d 1 4..5 .
t gMl ... atCM UDER8ON8T. 801-Desirable loom :' trees lake view. Also 2 cw Y-SECTION-Nearly 306 N. Main: 'KWaD. Haley bSw term auk I ITSt 45. alsi ,-
R *.4 f-Ml us. OM.H la aa .attracttv home. Reasonable frui for development. Best of 5-room home. 1., 1tb Howard Jones Moss $ Cat C V . : .:
i_ s.s..1 S.5 Sat peat i arovad rat. Kitchen and laun- tion. Terms to responsible l.rl'I' school and stores. Only 15. terms. er. 132 8. Main: phone 697. BDk.1 I lbs Wlln-ji .1 S Cs.I
q 11.K.55 5.5 1,47 esSt.KI IrS pnvuxes. Walking distance of Immediate possession. E. F. Slayton. aior. thisa .I LANCASTER PARK-New UI* 3 'I tat*** tit
.. 0... I tigh trbaal. Deianer' and Cherokee. I Ohio. 2-0642. I have: bauln Ph. 6651. E. Pine.If : DUPLEX-Close tn. east aide. Rentalsare room tiled bath and
Call Mr.
.- ... .., $75 upper. $100 lower. Bag fine :Ialfm.: I -
bwa.
It's
I keys and will stands show. 1. A 1 a home we have them for drains. 73 ft. tot. ibC5.o-M, tu..sd I
lot and double but need a
aII.Iwtt IWflt2 L nrcCH ST. 311 East.-Deslrab'e :OhiO. Real Estate. 108 S. COllrt $1500 and up. _ _ _ little ittentlon. garag but that 1* allowedfor $3.730 down buy this $13.750 home. I, bedroom 11
51a553 a. mm. first floor. With private laritary I DA -Brand new 2: i In the low price of 12500. Your Stripling with M. / MO Broker rIM .0 50154 .
. IN. ..._ U4s.traaes I RSEcIO Screened porch I CONWAY-L.lon Is In the origi I best interest demand you see this 132 8. MiD: phone 817. I bM 14 00k 4k K tat** W*

t: a led rASCCLSCRRT Azalea Lodge age. 2 lots. Possession now. $7950. ; aol| at Trade with Swald. LouIs LAKE FRONT-C-room con block I term KM feaat *>oC I
ese 1531. Ammtcaa Plaa Hotel riding horaea I terms.UUlerest. bath. Frame ronrOfl.I !I Or once llL Realtor. 143 N. Main; home. 2 b.th elec Ula. Chord 84J> 'Oa >>. *
t-Ma*. SnMmc la, season. Winter -Kew. 3-bedroom. cemeDt I pine. and Just a few year Clean utility room *it:::: s.. .1 'i
"sI1. %Ias.d___ Purl 9174-W. ._ I Attached garage. $9500. Tea and nicely I..rnlab.d. Electricity and 2.HOt L.r. lot70 P.1 many young 1.11. om MiMe .. 9
Butane gas. More than half acre 116 ft. Ironic I
COLONIAL done S. Hall with Klttlnger 1 plenty room khwkPrtc I sa
.. >*-att.** at .4SM UNa DRIVE. 1234 E-Large '' of fertile soil. 42 citrus trees. 3 years I clr perfect lbde. .
455 'a
$3 .it'lI"
ream with twin beds. Employed 4 W.Concordj0074.ANDERSON_ old. Immediate possession. Price furnished DUBSDREAD New 2-bedfOom con .ad bch. 118.0 *
ai- bat
aartaMc v's with terms. Brokr Pbaa A. T ('moo,
Is *M _..nPulled "Ie_peel erred.C0IeCOItDAjL.. ;j' = ST..ln constructed 14.95. about $2.500 rash required crete block. Plastered wall*. Red, Wbl. Bro.
$
bedrooms, to into. A. C. 824 N. Mills; 216. I Jatta taJ Cental.Ceual .
'* aw fta* At. tMI 4T7J. EAST-Clean. de- garage I monthly on balance.McNuttHeasley I mo. 160. tel .
'- .IIIe. exeeJlent location all living room bath kitchen. Lot 50x , w. Golden, Broke. OrlandoAve. LAKE FRONT 6 room furnished I
.!.1iIittLIr..' ...l.af- Private family. Ph. 150 Located close to bus and shool Washington St. R.alor.. 1 1.114. ..IeW s.S -e. 11. U. rOD-I' Price. $ J.menD and Winter P.rk.EEAT. Fully landscaped over-sized lot. .
a.... ,. os&li2 5. l.k.1
II nuda. RUlcrest Realtors. E. Central Phone A T. COLONIALTOWN I age. 813.500. Wilbur SOOTH .
Ream .. New 3-bedroom
NMm-.e-- wltk m. Adjoining "Buster" Carter, Broker. 23 W. _
mvate baOis available. frame bungalow on corner lot. HEIGHTS-BxceQently Curch. 175.
s.14s.s (. kfr* pee ANDEHsON Hardwood floors. Central Tiled home. Large living LAKE block north off- either a--
-5 .. Is gwt**. 5.5545.Vr1.lj.tesII rBEROKEI SECTION-2 bedroom nished; 1 baths. ltl:bath. Screened porch h..t' :, room dining room electrie kitchen. This IABOEI house with Lane 141 al

tI.. Pal : aad bath: horn. prlvUeges: teacher as 2-family r.-O one. 12500. terms. Stripling with laau.. J. I Four bedroom 2 b.l A real value 14x21 living room and screened living isU.MaSS.
*lt..-. I'lL TBB8.CtOfll safe 8500. Loren D Moss Broker 132 S. Main. I I In an excluslv H. C. Bab- porch la Ideal for couple. Nicely furnished . vI 0 P
.*a f.. w. Mf* atentael V* XN-Ueairabl* room. Near Broker;. W. Brown: 2-1269_, 6977. rock Jr. with Robert R. Pyre, Realtor with new kitchen equipment East .

I fat 141 Cfcrratef Hew Tr.. OrlU and ahopping. Apply today ADAIRARK Frame 3-bedroom 6-room 13 W. WashIngton 6174. Including Kelvlnator. Attached gar I

f t It*****, apt JJ4. OrM .tt 38 East Amelia. homo that wag built tn 194L 2 COLE. PAR. 3 Phn'I'I' age. 62 f. landscaped tot. 885OO.terms. .
". 11.t 8i" attached garage EAST a nicely land- Thelma Klncatd with H.
DC-Slnsl* room. Private en- screened prhes. closets tile bath, oak floors. SECON-n I
_. -rtI .. .. I traac. Laundry and kitchen prtr2O8X. large lot 82.000. Allen Johnson. floor furnace. 2 screened a.pcd lo. cTpactous bunllow r. Roland Realtor. CarrUsa Bud{
5s4 555 ftIeS Vl5t$ S VSCle -. 0.! .-* Robinson. _ I .. "; 8612. "Spe- Lot 73x133. Unfurnished for $ years bedrooms and Inl. 672 N. Orange: 24551. i MAer.-iIiiiiiliiiir4-
t $ 5l.5 5.5 SI sf5.5. aI ; raAt ST--3G-8lnela for I clallxinc In Bomes.BEVERLY ."_ furnished $18 down, bal- sleeping porch. 'Den (or ingle bed I MT. VERNON AVE., 26 5-New 3

... Neat perfect for working I ante $66.93 :. tO Here Is a !: room). Attractive living room with 1' bedroom completely! furnished O
SHORES In this section rb'Dce0 home Fireplace. Oak floors. Complete bath unfurnished oak floors tile i I
ilitt -
,,. .M faraltara.ank aan lit_.IHm'D. 88 week. I wit b.t I. .
lavatory. 18 fruit
I of beautiful homes offer 2 new than "' C. U. I and extra trees link. I i
e s.5 SPIeS a. Mla CIIoH'$H _"ka.eJHM.kU OeII Goita r...AVE 1 East Attractive bungalows each le 3 bedroomsand i Broker.. 2316 N. Orange TaYlr.. and shade. Its not at $12.* IM.n. j NORTHEAST SECTION The best SOBUmBAB-lte. I ._ .
Convenient location. 8um-
j tJt9- IW11MPVIWS ..rr_ tt.Kltchnprlvll-te_ : 9706.IILLCREST I tile bath.or One be Also purchasedfurnished a one- I I or 2.218 to.,. ___ ____ ___ ____ ;': 500.) Call. Realtor,6t35.Ray Lennon"l'c homes.Joe G.* !I I've month.seen 2-bedroom for 4.500 bungalow down and built$3 In*eD.2 Dtkaark acre lisa !.'....*>.> amut a*'

( r Bsajaata X4 teM. ..N. ufumbcd. OLOE-PARK Comfortable <' per -
AVE. 712-BrUbt room. war 3-bedroom beautifully with 3', iiAnaSECNNdroor. last year. Hardwood floors bath with Fries $MtS TC--M ajTta 4Ma
=a>**. kr-ta. *nverwar*. hells: er tingle. Oaa running wa landscaped. An large lota. Inspect Dro dining large 1.ln. I tub and ahower. circulation heat Wilbur Strirwaa4. Bimm 8* W
r |M V. Oriae. let. ale* kitchen. Us Pride, Realto rooD. room. ar"m electric Church 551
uf."Id' these now. 'Root. 1 porch, electric kitchen bath all tile kitchen Nag oversized garage. Epic and span a*
.* j'-M4f'mV>*4 fTan n< porth. Near bug. : the- ,! 668 N. Orange; 2-459. daced to rock bottom Ir"e.$8950 Rt i I'I liul hardwood floor L' brand new. Total price $9.500. Maybe SUBVRi1'.s..' I

.. aa4 awtaJ W.. Wkt kav* 'itr* ,__.__._____.___ j jOJ for this week only. prte. Emrlck. i Poor furnace. Venetian blc large purchased furnished. Phone A. T. bedtoo hfurN .=
((113.55 ..-. c.. 181 W. OE AVI 473 .-Large living I BACKSPIN LAKE No. 2-New 2 bed ,..Itor. 610 N. 7348. .. block to price "Buster" Cre. 9516.. Jsmenon and tArw _
kx Pk .)1,_ bdrm 4 window beautifullyraltrnd. and hobby or child room COLONIALTOWN ornle I 81.50. only $5.600 cash balance Carter. 70 E. Central. r.trtcer. usa .

*T w-4.- C.5- < Fnat bath. Get own rom* and bath. equipped with five ARE- Prewar *66 9 mODtb. Immediate I NORTHEAST SECTION-Nice bun cIty w. 5.5 red
Sde. .PwrBlUre Ca.M ">r-kfjt ln reom. Lovely" aletbom*. kitchen. $6.150. pOte Offered : :Jnr: sleeping j lon; T most b17. ..10.. 2 bedrooms and sleeping I I.b. carMM' 11 FtI" I

t sis W ".. p1.5.'Is IMfTH T:63lT W:-wi'J BEVERLY SECTION It'saeld Anxious to Quick unfur- Dial l2 for appointment to show. Porch. Venetian blDd rdfraW.h. 11IM i. 11es..
., SORE 1"1 occupaocy. : 2 A Ohio. Real Estate. 10* 8. Court. M-, tit Uland. _
koartf. Inneripni cool. bualln I h..e opportunity to Walter W. InvestmentCo. r. nice gas l.e.
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b.rt4h.0uol. r itz0.4 ;;;. and beautyat .utsi'Uity anlck sale $ Terms. Plas r.
!ff f 2Pk. .nn..iMnRAnA i buy a home of refinement 49 N. Orange Ave. Orwln Manor E.T-SmEu .5.
IPeo.v sad .. 111.11111. a This spacious bungalow office 3356 N. An.LONwWSE and store 5-1 I Kathryn Thomas-Wyan Bro- iE1OOft-1 . p
$ *.
Dali weekly. Or'DI
M I _. .Irt I has pre' and all the ,pllnt room bungalow. Completestornish- : kr 230 E. Concord: Dial 4&7 *>*M bantan <*%*>*
awfithlf. Beaotlfal room Ingle or -2 bed- >d. electric kitchen. 160 corner I f
f I for a .i-- "' -
: I I Vttl. W( ...i ar taw 4eeblI.l pnvl baths overlooking I ments you could wish dinlngroom lot. Price 57.501. n Julia RTTSEOS-3 bedroom (_ p- _
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.. WWt Cat K M'*MIM .. lab, Tlrtlnla, Hear transoortatlon I maD features t Dllmrou.0 and modern kitchen. Beautiful Llr-dber Broker Wltl'' j kitchen.t LUetsm 'of Purs.p5ei.iy MtlM
thH outstandingbunialow P. completelyfurnished. sd's. *
L..es, Cfafltolak! 7X17 100 Chase An... Phone W. P. 27. screened front porch. Attached garage screened porches bah .
I $10.500. Call Mr. I t:i aa .me.System. Kasotmi >
1* only modern type bun-I 8. Bur- r>
i -LMt'Ca tMCA-AttastI,. rooms for young |I I Brown with Stlmpson-Staton Met- .shrubbery large lot well landscaped. Lotsof I> E".Tomr bedroom living I Irm. I D.". .85, S.nl Main. Phone . I .1

- ;; .:*es. t>naad. pwraMwf* Ca.fc. _, Slosh er donate. 66 and up. calf Bldg. Phone 5159. for appointment terms. Hampton price 810.5.easy . me kitchen al 1-3063.. 3 aK-Prs.. ams.s .

.. 1 ceo 0004. _ _ j t H.JRADH .DI_. 8013. Broke. $1 Or- IrvIng porch .tlehe guag new tart* 1"-- room 5.5.5roS.
(t r*. 611 w. CfcareH. .Karsj tffYZiN6i( AVE. 1115-First Tulred ladfPd l Price 88950 00. 5.5 ..45-e I' me ..

flaf, private bath hot I ran O'H.r-Mor. aal_. 2-0836. home give nth breakfast r 1 is.bath. .
H. .l OH cud Wc4t Seep trill and h. 71$1.T.Iiif w.ter.j TRACE-2-r CUOE PARK 1MO-W. Smith. !09 E. PiniAST .. fORTH SIDE-Want a Five : aerWad all '
Inspection.
I offer brauti-1 one an I IIme.te
t IJHarii cdC'el kitchen. Near b:ful modern Prlld0 bungalow this the -4 room 2 screened porches. fh' furnished paved j Several 515. _ 8bs I
onm A tan teak to tafef, ..1111II. Summer rates. Single.i bus line. Owner ". nicest in this section. OD 0 I I bath. breezeway. room: occupancy. A real :I Hn*. fa* 5. R 5
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fia 8 tl. Mate UM fin4. sale $87SO has maD . on ...
quick .m
8'i _week liP double Call 9253. '011. For extra features that make It best rontMctoa 21 160. Mr. windham with >
a 55W.S taa tatatit ba$ .544.51 I. cash balance good terms. mo -r .
Finaacetf s.P .5.5
Realtor East phone aa
kt 0ra. r OU 11111W.AiFflI4hWTI tOOM AND BOARD at 700 Woodruff I.S disable; I.ID. room with ; 1 6 P
55.5.1.5 u.4
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Street and West Agnes. . KJol. R.ltor 1 Ma telling picture window d"l EAST SIDE-3 bdr completely > I Stewart .- aeld 'Si***. 4
matic floor furnace I IF Ca- 39 B. W..hs.5 -<
I. 3-lll and attic and Comer
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and Roll I upstairs $$ a week bntluf11d 1124 .
comfortable
breezeway and good hoe room. A
and.. ip. prance Blossom Trailer LIMITS- -room frame bun,.I II sulation throughout. It located on i I ery comfortable hove excellent iORTHEAST bedroom frame bungalow SMITH i'rj"- a... :
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led less am fre* .. keaMky. $ Due. For I tricity. 1-car : Priced Venetian and barbecue 8 !- 8-. .
: 1d' .lhbrho fo early sale IIlnd paved> gas kltcbn. aad only t U **>
rta* aal aaw es,. tM I _fined ChrIstisa .d' Pb. 2 5 pancy. P. $5.800. For 8U.0. I! tn. Terms. Crawford with .t. 1In1Jc bu.. wiser DrIes .. p. .- ** "

f- 'U.tlt1.' 4 _ _arMUa9al I tOOM AND BOARD for two -1 I J.lr. Huk..U .1or. j ton Washington ". Pone.I.( tobt L. Pride. Realtor, (68 H. Or and Ime I\. $6800 with a. .800. lbs MrShepineld _ >544
a.T** n** W | Trlep"30M for further BI.d. "111 AC ." F, 3106. I I nte> : 2-459. erm*. Johnston ReDI. Broker, Sw. ..., Ca . .
r4 rkaa I.*o$4. 'arm atlen. 7588. Church St.: lea St. Pfta MM . .

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r M Baitetx rrotterty I Iee'GI |I Mister Breger I .

j BtOMOM THAU. Best n HATS BUYERS waiting for a3 - 'J'JI'I 'lAUNDRY -IVH ,

: ft. luhwy frontage oatuwet type of desirable property. For I IKAVEL AGE prompt. I II conv ertWe.8 :
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>.m atraron to etty. quick result call H. P. Boland. Sealtor. EXPERIENCED Q
1uI a'i* Had tnee. Real value at Carman Bldg 672 N. .Orange; i: Stenographer !,
. fat tt. CI .el& Eta 24551. position with veil = MM
aL Ceatrai NOBLE SMITH. Pioneer Broker. gln- I Can Mr: Hendrix. I yes a tmim :
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listings oa all a ra g4
I'1iffpJ o.r retell want tots your and business .1). Horfc \\ I G.rl.a I CMaefil
-. way 1792.943J homes groves
"'.r n- Wtater Park property. Pb 6911. 124 8. Main. BARTENDER E J-l-. a .
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? Ps PZ. M.MaMf _ _ WE HAVE PARTY who wants 3 or and reliable. Go t, ra-e Cans OsrM I: .
I cOe.1 -anttal ate 4-bedroom house preferably 2- secondary. Box 492 :
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Oftno *5. SU/tiag at $23vMf atary. tn northern part of city or -
x "tPC p.s. Bmiaa Ooodwta. aonhwest suburban.! Call Ralph EXPERIENCED .-IN- a

**.* *, .T1.. Otaagc 9854 t Smith with Robt. V Pryd Realtor. position M j: rag. um S p

eta N. Orange; 24596. lubrication man la Cart. a. :
P. O. Boy 1255. .
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HAVE YOU a Iron '
.( TV* PARK -Ow */ Mat .. "client for 40 acre Will consider EX-MARINE ; '
a*** at* two Mry .sWat? I smaller or large grove. Herman Good- I University ot V-34a _
*4 I .sn.s.ti .a b4 win Ing.. 977 N. Orange; 9855.WE ._.__ lire around tales Central or \ C.J S JSf t l lI

mm J8ao Arga fle-Lacatioawl NEED additional listings. New or Interview round ds .

Rs.r. at** aiarh lea tha 1 old homes. Call as Monday. Herman Bon S-Star. .. t
.ptJifr" *4 tot sad building.awrrkaw Goodwin Inc. Broker. .677 N. 49L j I SMT r- ,

MM Is tall I Orange: 9855. _____ A-l SALESMAN- ..
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E1 II* Har<. ..*.* ...IterI front lot. ty. Will .0 lNI "
CLIENT for lak ..
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Vaaagagta* atreet Rowena. Call WntteBios references. Box SIS < elea*. .J
Lake Sue or ....
Broker 824 N. Mills. 2-1688. 10' ._. -
-I 71. Airplane this use .
WANTED FOB a client 4-partment I san IM 5 cMagt .. :
fQ building masonry type. Phone TWIN SNOUtS j j D rd Oswa, IM. .. .
I 9855. Herman Goodwin Inc. Broker.' Widgeon: land. .. I .
n. :-ew concrete eoa(999 -
677 N. Orange. . . Veteran's training. = -
BMMitBiy lacomebM. . I
f p.s- W Wen located tDr WILL YOU SELL 10 to 20-OOOT- Call Country Club. Ph. i5..
Q sirS A '*** dependable 5613. Claybauih Realtor. Metcalf VETERAN'S F la .
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: ea efal ..._. $25.000. I Bldg. . I Sine** and mult e. .t .
,*** .... -0 N.aU Realtor*. WANTED QUICK-Income propertyfor Job training for t o

iHliiia. aa ao I4753.T cash buyers. ClaJ 'UIh. Real' Call Eraa Field. 1.L , .
Metcalf Bldg.; 6613. I -11 ,.
tor. .
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T.&. Antos-1 j jO. i .n Cars. 5 . -
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11 bi gfc* bwtee4 otroet* ta1st I ft. Business OpportuniUea 2-: .
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VASMR -
a iirtiia watr ground ,
*MHM *ss_ rapidly with the ANTIQUE and Second Hand Store. yourself; low .-1N veds. .in .
Y 'i.s'rr 9to -9a A toratoea taat yoa i Lazg stock good business long D. Varoer .*Ma. i

.* MM teed U .' k.te la Or- lease low rental By owner due to Central Are. Phone j I i '

TV ,.rts. that many of Illness. Write Box 402 S-Star. :i j HERTZ - I ?::mi . 5 ki
..s toekta* ... -1A t'I and guest room b# Trucks and sertan *

:: -r-y 4kMM$t.,1.t.Os.. Broker.Ex- : APARTMENTS Walking distance. D -Fngidalrea. -. I '". . And so, due to our great increase of business -,, N.br hour.Orange dar phone or .. i iJiu 'I a. Onea J S CI" .. .

a r *r.l' ._. _ I Extra.well 7 baths.furnished.3-car 6 garag new Extra I'm afraid I'll have to cancel your vacation!" cuMBi* : =ItmTfwvt: 804 r

'4.kowt .W-o..PW& '.r. fin income. $28.000. i model cars and I, .. 4'
it .,.. Fruit sad I Also the best guest home la Orlando I week or month. '' .

: = I :.Ortw to* Lake OPA ao cellingnew .. S I la quality. appearance construction and Income.exclusive Price location 60. Business OpportunitiesRADIO I 64. Help Wanted-.Female 1, OLIN'S 804 N. _Orange U-DIUVB: ua. ,1. MMa I-11M Wv. lz

$12Jo Johnston : below $30.000. X. F. Slayton. Realtor. I SHOP-Complete and fully BEER COUNTER and floor girl for rear by dar =''. '

i I W Cbarcb at. 6545. 32 E. Pine: 6631. I equipped. Scarce parts. can A1'' Must be over 21 years of at*. Bill 1 No red tape. 2 .. ." ...

-!4fl Juai1l1U'UOO net BUSINESSOPPORTtNITT Lake- Wlsglns. S247. Champion. 429 W. Central. i Orange Pa. r; a :
'-.", ft** A.o Shop tad turato I front guest home attractively fur- j !I Garland. Ph. I ..t
STORE Fully Living i '
'ss. Ctaoo butuwn center nlshed and three acre for cottage development equipped. quarters CASHIER-For A. P. Super Mar I" .
*,*. M* sad aw t.. aad bath 1 with some fruit income. la rear Good location Call I ket. Must be experienced. 48 73. Auto r sedan. Ms. L"
i.4 ,_ 1-- asdMB. Owaur "ha make* tt I An opportunity to make another 2-4841 anytime except between 9 ajn. hours. $36 salary to start. See Man : Can. $U f.J
ft la asS Iss your terms. -Lake Shore Court". Price only $23.00000.CaU .- and 2 p.m. Sunday. aser coiner South and Main. AUTO BRAKE : ..
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:s1 prw aly 91$ 009. Be me I O'Harra-Moore Realtors. TOURIST COURT-17-92. Look this I I alignment. 1-day :
HOUSEKEEPER-Family of 2. Including ijiTmmmm .
< .avJ1.t tilt *P fcua A Bvxkia Broker 2-0836. 109 &. Pine. j one ever before you boy. Linens cart of elderly woman hot I I balanced while '' tia .' &

50 0 -.._ 4" I-OS83. BAR-GRILL Rice business. Must | blankets kitchens. Prlgidalres. Betty an invalid. Box 500 8-Star. Prance & Sons. ]; .M* W .M ., "
Trent Evsni. Broker. 349 N. OrlandoAve. .. .
W1 IM"OMKM j l 3800 I "
HJMMa* mfWrnm mmm . lacrtflc owner moving. Apply BODY AND .
2-1'
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Winter Park. 618.
'c i eaeww. terse two atoryH 8 Orange Blossom Trail. i I IB&AUTY8HOPBeIL MANAGER APARTMENT HOUSE i painting. '. .
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*** VHP .
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HP9-W8- a1 TOURIST CABINS. .Highway 441. Couple 30 to 50 year NO children. ,_ I
.n* a* two complete Satisfaction > .4i
. central location .
; pi I I
.. -s path sad acreened porch Owner Eight cabins and large new home Clean furnished apartment free. Husband 234 W. Central Av* I I .r ,. :"
k- MI 4 ,,_ A3 raw** aauuaHy I : excellent equipment.$6,000 total some for manager. About 12 acres backing must bans full time lob elsewhere ') !! J'' 0
has other Interest: AUTOMOTIVE \
Sad weft mettUatod. Ta Joe_ j up on a large lake. I S.oOO only; for Income. Write Bo* 430 :. .
SammiaFrancisco. '
with I IGardner'
f lllleJr terms. Alice McCoy enced mechanical : .
I II
$10.000 down. 8-Star. l .
very
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.. WEt prtro and Income 4. Central .. ,. I a-
Realtor; room good stock parts I
: q. : to .a owutaadm b47. I I I Rest Estate Agency. 29 S. i jjf 9) t
reBKhtr Arcade; 7407.Bt7EtNESS . .. __ Conrt. Dial 2-4481. I NURSES; Supervising Head ..lIaff.i i Ut. t>. Varner. i I 0' :
S Prlro .U .- I $1.798 year and full tr.l; 23153. j jj I Ii *-.f.- .* I0 j
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S Oraao Are. $. A. i maintenance. Outside .tnlII.n : ..

fi .. ra3.. I 1920. Phone OPPORTUNITIES 21008. Room S. 45 since W. ances. Modern nurses' home and hos j, AUTO felt back FLOOR to fit I .O. .. _. i'v .

a. pan-aarchaa I CentraL Prescott V. Steele. TOURIST COURTS pital. Apply Baltimore City Hospital I' ind 89 Goodyear mi WMk .. ., '' .' I
g *M t e8I dtflenaco.I9XW Number 1-Highway 441: 9 unit 14. Md. j I coodtuoa JM vaua- 5n-. .
BUSINESS LISTINGS NEEDED-See and Owners rott... 300 ft. i -
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Oraaae t
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dbaaa* Pv-x'fe raaot trailer U ander.1. Harlow O. Fredrick. -BusinessHeadquarters. highway and lake frollt... $10,000 SECRETARY-With general office L, your auto needs; ,
aBt atw .** N. Orange. -1941 bwwnw c. ,
118 Dixie t. .
rash will handle. j I experience. P.O.Box 512. and .
P**> .s, sail ywsr I. thot S .
1 or trade
OFFER WANTED-For 10-year Number 2-Highway 17-92. 6 units I Boone | .I.r1. eec t
ft CASH
ttiBa .
= ,
Braker .
SEWING UACHIN-B OPERATORS Car sa i .
option to purchase. 250'frontage and Owners tottsje. New SPRINGS lor all -
ftJ 1433a lease with . .1.
Experienced Steady work. good :
-- of travelled try construction. masoD-1 I Complete spring fe.. .
on one 'I Se.e
.- I I hec:1'fy pay; five day a week. Bus transportation ]I . I.
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thoroughfares D On property Exclusive with C. P. Auto Part Co. 1i-c 0 . 6 .
bUn. profitable business and Realtor 140 N. Oranie; dial congenial surroundings. Coma dtiw J .
mcoMt PROP- 'ready to work. Sunnytawa Sewing SEAT COVERS- 55TeiSAR .
Air Ba*
Will consider exchanging 2-3282. at
"i I 3-room cotta for nice.I. 2-bedroom modern S I Plant. Casselberry: Fla 4 t i up.for Goodyear coupes and Sevoidije* a'., .

.* s.. a *Wm la Park Lake **- I I home In I restricted.. to 1 p.m.area.for Can further 7798 f.1 STENOGRAPHER. -Permanent position. I Ave. Phone 4113. -.lM wprr.a n ,
aS taterett Monday WELDING SHOP Lot. blllldl1 Five and a half dl7-.eek. P. Very ,.
4 vs
yoa. on -
: n9> *M 4 rooea*. Coaialeta. I I Information I equipment. 81.200. $600 down balance : O. Box-Z406. . . j 731. Auto I Car 994 H. QtMW A. .

tnr-Mriwt lot. Th ,I DRY CLEANING and pressing. Bestequipment I 835 month. W. B. Kitcheaa.Ocoee. i WHITE MIDDLE AObD WOMAN C"'. \:
f 4f H MWI 1 bass that duplex In city. Splendid location. Small cafe and hoteL Take Slat :i FRONT END I II ::194-i- 1-

H9I _.. iko BUM uvcrimlM9a Ions and favorable lease. Right $2.000 INVESTMENT-This will bear T.B Sanatorium bus. Apply at High I j available for I '- ... . q'5t*
fwe aatrt sal .'1. ono can I la every .". Including price and I Ilemma. the most rigid Investigation. For I Point. Steady position.. | auto. C. A. Prante 242' Los P
Jim M. Caldwell with Asher I f _J ..
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at PMia. iap i te an Interview call 8517. WRITE MTDDLEAGED LADY To Church phone ;
; Peter. Realtor. 70 &. Central; 2-0766. I ru. r
PS. $*5S* *145 it39.It. .
e"I work tn I t145SetEI-5s-
DEPENDABLE advertised and confidential kitchen of restaurant. < TIRES Cooper ,
I DRIVE IN-Restaurant beer. .1D"j business investments art phone 20(23.MORRISONS. I, 600x16 with .* t .ne -
I BO curb aervic now. but always awaiting you. for "Flscin CAFETERIA Wants 1 eluded. Term I -
of parking space. This la .. you In the business you prefer 11'' attractive ladies for cafeteria j 8. SUM.J .'
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K.al KaUt4 Eithantedwm.4 gold mine for someone; It seats 50 : ** young I e.
52a my business. Prescott V. Steele.
and 3-dom
I training. High school ..due.tlollI '
: people! and U only 3 blocks from Orange sine 1920. d'.al! 2-1008. 43 West I .g Wje4Ma-
required. Paid vacation hospltallzatlon. J 7j. la every
wm.4 l-aan apartment and Central. We have assigned Central Avenue.GOLDEN : e .' -
lnuranc for employe Apply I 904 X. .
BWM .. 4e. ruraiahed I exclusive oa this property and it I I c_
or Mr. Crow ley.. ; AUTOS WANTED I ;;
aaJPiojiiaM 9t I* M It acre wana mutt be disposed of within 30 days. I I
.. Ova Bandar Owner 1* now doing about $800 week I. I GOOD OPPORTUNITY for it 142 cash M. price for 1941 54.15 = :, ." .
T Povw Staler 33 B.Tl gross; exclusive of punch board. pin HAS IT- class dress maker. Ferris Fsshlon- : Oarl.nd melee. a.. new *
. i I ".. and musle box. $6500 will han I ette. 2202ft Edgewater Dr. College I Orange. I r. Jtm. c c.. .' i
dle. Total eric $7400. Include equipment I Some cf the best tourist courts and t Park. AUTOS WANTED I I .

| jI.sehrrapertY I stock etc. Broker Invited. For A.tourist C. Golden.court Broker.sites on 1121 17-92 N. Orlando Hwy. I WANTED: -White women between 30 I modaL More cash IT* 2ajt- :
full Information see Wm. Mathew. I I Motor 751 N. <. ..
.. and 40 to tram fer pastry cook.Meals : .
i : t:2i : Av* (near MaiUand underpass .
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I with J Daniel Kolar. tt* 8. Mala. CHEVROLET *. A. ial
wWr* HACK -Oood deveiepmentKiaoianai -. Winter Park. Open Sunday. I paid vacation and sick leave. S .. ,
.&. Mouao sad i 711 or 2-4388. I Insurance furnished. Apply manager.. I 1 Or Ford or ::1946 at9t** .. ._
No. 1. Tourist Morrison's Cafeteria. I cash or trade for -ei.t '
f waa* PMSM tota. favorably located. EAST COAST-Highway I new JIM C '0. "
vVy He**** court consulting of 3 double I j Stivers Pontiac. 62 tO3.'o I Ave 9._ >
BARGAIN-There g a small hotel lathe I
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cottatee also a restaurant completely I Help Wanted-:Male I D. INC. .
MM* Mart Orlando' beach.55er 1941
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Ridge Section which will net VAR"ER t. .
I 165.
: r _ly realtor equipped and a I-room apartment i i Central .;. ... s '. + .
20 to 30oa Investment. An Ideal I
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way Ss.fs ha aU and houses Is.hr. : completely furnished. Thi property AUTOMOBILE For new | prices Immediately. ) .. .-
1with set-up for couple who wishes to !lIve I rcI..mlll. I .
highway No.
front 459 on dealership. ., good Studebaker :
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**AM* r ably pne d. on premises. Priced at 50000. Will S.le STATiON SOS n
depth of approximately 2.000'or class. W. Central .
a I ; must be first Box 499 I ,
lrlJii1IowIf 110...... .., a tract of about 21 acres. There consider reasonable offer. Call Earn I S-8tar. anI new .
_I' Two bedroom for large trailer and Wright with David Andrew Realtor. i CARS WANTED- I vp ap .
I* ample room S .
; II ._ Ie ro kltehoa. built-in property Is In excellent physical ron.1 Winter Park. 659.CENTRALLY I CARPENTERS WAN I ED-First el.,. I day.i need Best 90 Driers to 100 i ::! -iil : !. U
MM prvewway.!. garag > I II II Ii
good fishing located business .
dition. Situated close to pro -
-n. I Working foreman able to ,..dIIlu.llrlDta car Thursday ; .. . > ."
< 'I' omd n l* $0000. grad-I lI uDdI. Price U $31.000. !scush'l city $300 monthly Income. Price i I .. .
I.as 4M4B. Pvte 819..MO. halt cash with Mr. Folsom with B.r $22.500. See owner tt 120 W. Pine. and handle men. Also all I Motor Auction. e. C.r. ..
around carpenters. Apply 267 W. WerlIounl. tom Ph 20S
lew SmyrnaJ Til. -
.,tet,45Ilsais herd Realty Co. 20 I. Washington St. I' I RAVE a Utile cash t.o exchange for Are. Winter Park. t i .- 2-tear avdaat 9* t :
FRANK REED .
. Phone 5124. Brokers eo-operation Invited. | r* :
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a emaIl bualnns. Box 41 8-6tar. I clean IMM aid ** '
I Pull particular hi office. get the I"al H > '
be.
Motor 150 Oraa
I' IF YOU WANT a business guest DRIVERS WANTED. or equity. ,' .
'" - ,. Real tjiUU Wanted I -Only those who :; Sunday -- -
"-- home or tourist court it will pay are thoroughly familiar with Orlando I Why give -em _.
: _A< 9ta. koaw*, businesses and you to Speak to Spietel" Whitney streets will qualify. Apply M I chance. 201 .. 1946 -<90 e ii
  • & : .; I'.*.. Payer waiua Courtney FILLING STATION Ideal loc.tlon'l, I I SpIced Realty Co.. Realtors 706 Mr. Howell. City Cab Co. j TraU: 7883.FIZ.LEYMOTORI. I .
    excellent business reasonable rent.tarage Metcalf Bid. 23269.OUTSTANDING 74sst sear! 4>t A =
    1r 8U*
    .. AftrtiotMUIBM.. Orwves. BiMiaeasrap slow down. You can pick up for $3.- ) Manufacturer of unconditionally 'I or trade your ca.r. .
    I it.
    n, .!., a* ,. shop next 800 If yon act quick. See Mr. WIDelI guaranteed (S year! I I PUMP 1tIiCHAJiIo-P'uIlY experl1 dollar s. us at can a a de.. .roms., .r
    elm SasS and bat tt with Oeorg I ham with O. P. Swope. Realtor. 60 cor.tln-rep.lr.w.Ltrproortnl treatment 1 eared in Jet and turbine pumps: 1 Phone .

    a ,.eH*. a**. .. IT East East Pine; phone 1812. for porous masonry wants exclusive 1 steady work. Libby and Freeman.. 711 I BOHUT CASH _ _ _ .. .
    -T = a I..>*, J '!17" sales-service associate this W. Church. .. I -1942 -* TpdirSeo.e dS
    _ _ _ _
    Iw .1. 1 and adjoining areas. Excellent pro- I Fairbsnkssnd II .. Prfco.PIMP .
    wrra incoMaEm IIOIltl ll. Write Box 485 8-gtsr. I' Ill SOSbi -
    _* ne e._ e.iUMat. AIM I I .
    d.o.d lirtiaot Hv several clients FISHING CAMP.-Complete and ",- 61. Bank Loans Services I IA1.IiSMAN-ExPerlene.d la awn- R 8. EVANS I -19* 15O'.ssB 11WALtfl .
    aa* .*. 99000 ". Wilbur StriaM I i ths" business. 10 acres fine high I t, tni and Venetian blind work. Also I I De.II only msshaaleaSe ISIS "
    and U W. Church: $471.5.n1sOML1INt8aE5 shaded ground. 9 cottages boat hous : FIRST NATIONAL BANK maintain, speciality line. Ph. 2-0963 for ap-. ; I : 711 X 11? C

    = and sheds. 23 excellent boats. 8 outboard I II a real estate montage loan department pointment. ,I vear. kI'O I -194J = ,
    Uw pone property with tgres-I motors dock tackle store bait on 2nd floor to cite you WHITE TRUCK DRIVER-Preferably". be"n.ll new m SINS Kwe
    ube p.**.. raeaaulk Jeaninss. I I business etc. Present huh yield can I faster and better service. with pipe valve fitting experience. I t21 4'1 I rOi. >15 I . i
    u-
    Oraag* Av*. Phone be Increased. Price $28.000- 813.000 I IIS. I Must be martred. sober and strong. i -1946 Sevef BatM I T
    tI0 ;I cash required balance financed at Give ue. experience references. ii BUSINESS IS I Waat 9* *MfJ9 tor '',
    INSTALLMENT less
    [ %. Robt. 8. Huey with Robert R I LOANS cost you Steady Job for right man. Box 491I i higher than : Can TjH if s u .su .
    I Bank.
    at First National Cesrire
    Realtor. 13 W. Washington. .
    ,4 OClt w&3rrID-w. baTs prooOTM these cost*. When the loan is for I 8-Star.! i Ilmedll.l7. any -1M4 5our i
    .. S. J sad 4-be4room I I S 100. yon get I 93-Payments $ 8 34 WANTED-Young man to act as Used Cars. 101 N. I. Ceist4et'ty .
    t* ae. la sod location Call W. B.HfcMi.ia. t 7' I 150. you get 139-Payment* 12.50 I sale manager for grower-packer. ON-THE-SPOT Mosses. Ill -
    .... 2-1819. 14 8. FROZEN CUSTARD DRIVE-IN-2719 $ 200. you get IM-Payments 18.61 I Who packs 2 cars per day. Mast I' clean used ears. '
    Mil* ,> N. Orange. Cash or will trade for I 8 300. you get 79-P..m.atl 25.00 have fresh contact with r O.B. buyers , 904 North -1943 CwtMM
    s, ,1 real estate. i I 8 400. you get 372-Payments 33.34I of car-load citrus. This Is a 24521. I *1M6 ..

    ffcU{WANTED .; Customer waIting I' FLOOR FINISHING BUSINESS I $ 500. yon get 465-Paymenta 41.67 real opportunity for riiht man, I BADLY 615 M Ovaaar M9 t
    I Well firm doing rapadty $1000. set IJo-r.Ulenu' 83M with participation in profits above V NEE
    toe *. >-N ra.. J-bata hone inMM established I you .1 I -I"-
    | business and making good money Above monthly payment 12 months. good salary. Could be a life-time con- "
    *4 .ta* ai meSh. Row Kty Anderson I hectloa. Write Lox 496 S8t.r.WANTED Wadsworth. 61S O 4-doar
    called sell all Payment for 13 month ire smaller. I .
    Owner .
    frer m H Ortu*; 23.WAITIID i : jPr.t phone 8397. C.
    t I equipment tools 2 iruckitetc. I Figure include life Insurance to pay experienced man to manage M. n i
    _.f -We have proaatoaera Low rent. Orang s Ave. loc&- I loan in case of death. The First cypress milling1 eperatloa. Most I DONT SELL for i 1941 WII
    i_ p. s.dl ht t and 6roomIt l tioa $6250. C. W. Walters. ,Beal-I National Bank at Orlando. 4th floor. have experience with cypress. Location -: P'.. Get all you I tire .0
    l. .s _r awwM u for aalc. I I tor. 672 N. Oracle: 1509.I I I near Orlando. Does not Involve car while the .. 1.' .S 9 j G jI
    4 .- V' aE ..5 ,.. J-- Realtor. 140 N. I FURNITURE BUSINESS-New and I sawmill or legging operation. State Shop around then deal JM jenMta W4Af.
    latWMU others have
    : ; -a:. Mil.Specialising second hand. Inventory about $10.- i 62. Loans Up to $300 I qualifications references etc.. first, ida many Motors. L. CoaStal -

    000. The best location in Daytona letter. Reply Box 484_S-Star. !I : ., -
    *rw.d nsht for quick sal*. Beach. Florida. Doing a nice busi I AUTO. Furniture. Diamond 10alll-\' EXPERIENCED CITRUS-FRUIT re- .,, rJUYAll : : i Both Il
    Any tvrettoa or else. Howard.M Economy Finance \ r good late 3t. "
    ness. Reason for selling want to goaway. reiver for night work. Write w. H. ef J
    : ,. .4 fYSIs r. Nd U. Main: 7325.fraoa I er. Telephone 2- ea
    If you are looking for the best I' Burger. Manager. 1006 MetcaU II | Clark Fruit Co. Box 2520. Jackson -1941 If.I
    $LV1i-.lsruI ...r. I to 8- business to be had and have the Building. Phone .- ". ville. Fla. GET TOP CASH and r
    'osu tIo." awnatrucUoa. Slat cash come to Peninsula Trading regardless of t. ..

    3-t.i.. .4.5 arte tto* $14 vatar. Post. 617 Broadway fisytonaBescit. I "I 66. Sales Help Wanted I Car Esch.nl. I -.l 4l Cvmmu& .

    .
    MlMl' "AJCTm-Jilortb.rll bunrlaM GROCERY STORES-Several well lo ACTIONThat'a : I St. I ..nlr dOS HaMay t.- .
    .. ifMaina dally for cated. Well stocked and nicely AMAZING PROFITS-Sell name 1m- I( GET CASH IN 5 618 Oil ,
    m. .. Semsa aid .. Sliwut equipped..UB.. Realtor. 3H X- what rou want when I printed Christina Cards SO for SI. teaks or modeL I -O' -
    5.55,. ::11', W ColosSaL_ Central (Arcade); 4237. j coma to us for a loan and that's Complete line Christmas everyday I i Motors. Ml N. I dis 4 dMe
    1 J .' I what get. Prompt attention No invest 7878. ..
    yon I
    assortments stationery.
    LftllOS-Wbea yoa doss teU c* GUEST HOME-Corner lot. 7 rooms CamMe t.i I
    s a* ?. Nee aeaiHhlaa- Mil w* both completely furnished. Large living Fast service.Strict. Privacy ment. approval sample Empire Card. SPOT CASH PAID Cen 1 0 .

    1g use reevE tt. T. K. Hastings. 5.aI.lMf t room. 2 screened porches porte- plified loan method no red Elrolra. '. Y._ __ I 8.J. C. M I 1942 Par* *H9

    4 _.11._Oatral (Arcade>; 4237. cochere. 2 car garai nice lawn.Shrubs I SlID-j ROUTE MAN-Wholesale candy firm. !i Dealer.342 M. I Mi.
    for
    .*.J I fruit trees. Possession soon. Auto loan. a specialty. Loans Rural territory. Experience and re 514. 994 II po TaaMW"i .
    $300.Family
    f Pas LUTTJKM WAtrTTD-Da* U tao tn- I See Owner. 733 Magnolia Avenge.I to : ference. 906 S. Division. Apply 8 tot !I! SELL OR TRADE: _ : I

    s I emse.5 aaatbvr of tnqulrie w* I GROCERY AND MEATS-Good neighborhood I Finance Service Inc. 33 W. I a.m.REAL i ansi Buick Co..
    .b a4 (tor* bauass cf Fine Home 2. I store where a man and CentraL Phone 9857. ESTATE SALESMEN yms N. Orange Ave. .Ui ... .
    4 M t *j>4 4 AIM .I_. and wife can net $130 to $175 weekly. are earning less than $6.000 year I p ot. tall 464$. I ut 415 1' .
    - .
    '- SI IWMM pranrtle. Jo 0. Myer I $4850. if sold quickly. C. w. Walters I ly. have a real estate license a car WILL PAY UP to I I 0 1 .
    4 .., CM1 Nil M 663*. Realtor. 672 N. Orange; 6509. some sales ability and not afraidto from owner I zvjfcrft ., -
    ,' Jmmjt tie GROCERY BUSIN&SS-"akln. soodmoney. CASH i.oaris.-ouscate mad oa furniture work. I have proposition to offer Box 509 onY. *39S. -
    w irrriaisre** *tii autos and diamonds. Or. 8te. : East Colonial
    that will satisfy Plenty listing
    WT1JIOt w A jrrED-Client* nit- Masonry building with IlvIng yon. :
    UM t, P. auan.. Realtor. 32 E.ruw quarters also additional quari { lando'a Met Bldg.Dial own Home Finance 2-0304. Co.. 314 j, and clients ready to buy. so donS 75. Used i .. ,- MI .=
    delay. Since 1912. Contact J. P. M.tt"x. fvld S
    . al ae>e 6651. i ten BOW rented. $8.000 cash and )ot. .
    - I $ mortgage buys land buildings. I QUICK CASH LOANS YarD.Itllre.j 19 (.12.145 N. Main: 5809. BUICK-1941 ... ,
    aAtoUUa least
    **** SIW4. &DfLOTS at i 1 f not and auto loans. '- senr- 1 8597
    everything. offers
    merchandise equipment I SALESMEN Reyam good Very clean. Jim
    'S SSw Mta.tt f #Paved t bet preferably atreet ia 100 residential feet ta Call Jack Lockamy with C. W. W.lters. -I
    a OMiio*) bus .51 too far (roaa co.. Realtor. 672 N. Orange; 6509I Bank Bldg. R. W. Cads manager. I stores and service stations A. R. i! BANTAM-1940 a ;4 oh ,. iiiI
    ss iN Phone 21661.REFESANCE .
    4 Will desi direct oilS owner only.lar 1 I iSan. dial 2- 652J Paton 1750 Laura St, Jacksonville I vertible! ; new too ZiSatO P? TTT _ ..

    0 b.-M e<.. .Mi 1M closeted price. I HARDWARE STORE Well estab- I TOUR BILLS-Oet cash j i 6_ New rebuilt ii 194 _
    as a.rea *$ a-Ctar. t L llshtd business.' Clean line of stock i here have one payment each TIRE SALESMAN Experience T *.. -
    BUICK 1(4]
    \, Good locatlon.Wrfle Box 477 S-Star. month. Florida Credit. 21 W. Pine. | preferred but not essential. Exclusive i -
    .. lna 9)pi
    # ANTZO-B.1MIo grove I Bulck. 197 )
    lit stairway east of Grand Theater. |I II' I 14 gaper ..
    territories with ample draw.in
    *4 .t ss.d ... Lei a* boll yoa cell your HOME AND INCOME-Excellent 10- it :* Map PaBv 1
    .,os.r\,. Ban area Agency 112 K.Orati catloa on Orlando Ave.. highway 1 i account and good commissions. .ut and 500 Cus. 1 ,
    'r .o. flal Ills.stwikiwy. '- ta city limits of Winter Park. I' FLEXIBLE LOANS Get the rash Excellent opportunity for right C..D .. Used a SWasI _
    *_ p UMUS. wanted. Nice home for owner and 2 rental | now! Choose a repayment plan MI I man. Only sober aggressive applicants -' Sal,Are.'BVC. I . .1m

    *** 4 .' sm. b.s..s Trail West t* apartment which win return more I I fit your Income. Acceptance Corpora win be considered. Duds CMwa. lh & - .
    > B- Cr5510 thaa 12* Price 15. tion. Home Office at 480 N. Orange Tire Sale. For Interview call Winter A wen i a. .. .
    oa
    4 p.. Maedlo .eU oe Ie".. Buyer i :d.n Motors. 550 Ls
    000. Chenault Realtors. la Orlando. .Phone 113$. offices at Park 868-M after 7 30 p m. I ( .IPo" I.
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    s _>UM. M. O. B." Realtor. X.ra R. Sunday
    672 N. Orange: 7234. I Cocoa. Winter Haven and St. Cloud.Sasie WOMEN Spare Time-Sell.jr' Ro -
    *r* Pbooe 476T. I I Servkelj llnceri" hosiery. Guaranteed. High I Phone ; ater : "US . 0 .
    GUEST HOUSE Lak front completely
    1 ;; ; L 11:1IIGe-.iirim-. the t I communion. Free outfit. P.O. Box BCICK-194O pe. a..luw Sea
    furnished. Excellent location. :
    .yr < Is.. the property. 1649 Orlando. coupe very i Bee fm AMI JI.rj.
    4: fan Carur. a51i Jaaanoa splendid Income. Will have M I 63. Mortgage Loans I Ii I Wadsworth. 815 : I!< 9O4 K. Grass.. pdiaTi -
    .. I C.r!: t-at aol Central.rHOsfTcOMK I, be teen to be appreciated. Call for j LIVE-WIRE Educational salesman.We =

    ..w.4 I .. as.'.. SEND-To 41 W. ', V.appointment.CondlcU. Realtor Ask for 37 IH-158.E. Central Harold [i I GROVE LOAXS.-4* 20 years Ho !i year have Out representative been In business are over earning 30 I BCICK nal black-1942 finish I i ? I"-.n - j. .

    -. rm w catartoo roar Real Estate 11.5tou 6137. t f fees Prompt service. Rex McGlll. a* high at 81.000 per month. $1.6X1. Harley aedsa. ,e. I t
    5" C. a, DOT!*. Realtor 41 W. I Realtors. 128 jr. Orange Avenue. Leads furnished from national advertising. Orange: 8597jlfi194 _.: ta .
    a. S ..' HIGHWAY 17-92-fine tourist court '
    hasStagIss:7101.P0 A real opportunity for a -Six 1941. 155 ft :
    ._4 .. site. Restaurant beer wine; gas : r .
    who .. Borne of the lead- 1 Can W < -
    _5 s.d Station: 200 ft. paved driveway; trnfuualwd LOANS on an types of property: long i it mao can airs *
    ". 9S.* S $ IVVtt'Uft ATTrornoN and cabin; e roam wBeVa I or abort tn..a low rate: tmm* 'I yaiu a** proptny with apt. Make money while building i at* service. Harlow G. Fredrick. 118 I II III. trained by our school tbrouch cor iH? -EJ.-a.- '
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    .. 1* WartS WTKiaM*. Realtor. 21 W.WatMatttw. cabin With or without lab frontage. .Orange Av*. Phone 8188. respondence. Write E. 8. Smith. Art BUICK-JM7 :l 4t '
    tf 4. _? raoao not.ftlAL t' Inquire The (1<-17. 11 mile I I Instruction. Inc.. Minneapolis 15. 1 driven > 5* le I *
    i
    *>wiW <*** la 6k I north of Orlando._ _ _ _ I'I'I I Minn. worth. .t 3.0 1. _P555-.. l Ads. .

    5* man WANTED-.If if* for MANUTACrCioncern win 1 MOnT AVAILABLE-At low Interestt ACTIVE""REAL ESTATE agent wanted INS .. I
    ala, b* at BttH. VhofM 9529. A. T. leas to competent mechanic well rates on well located residential la Taft. Free office space to > CEROL-194 I Eac.M -

    t'.. fte ltT4 Broker 33 Booth t quipped-ahop for small rental and [I and business properties In rUht party. Address P.O. Box 145.Taft. I I Wad Ih. j Jim Cuasan C.5 .;
    . care of trucks and equipment. Must ; and Winter Parse No Fla. Phone
    .* P1.sg' .hAt. PAATY-WIlI pay each furnish own hand tools Boa 43t Better Investment Co. 25 W. or..d.1 CHERL-191: -2.41. -Cilr'l1I 1.- '.

    rd: |. eaB resIsts lake front. t S-Btar. I ton. Phone $513. 67. Employment Agencies 250. Harley I I ova -49955 ; .

    MM a* ness uy lia*. Give NIGHT HPOT-Short orders. Beer ass.; > alice 91.193
    CT7 OWTUMMXI Sad prICe ta Box 494 i win and good lease with living !I BROWN'S PERSONNEL SERVICE 58.CADILC I _5515 l 0 ....MI l *CVSe* .V p aa- .-.
    If .
    ._ i quarters. Price. 4000. Mr. Potter REAL ann LOANS Low coed ad Nurses' Registry. you want .
    I .rI4a To bu. refinance horn work com to 513 w. CentraL II you lGr.m.tlC. I t- . 't
    i J-BIDROOM prewar with Herman Goodwin Inc. Broker. i build or want blip call 6328. ISO rSMI .
    M.}. a seatS of _thetstftntmn. 677 N.Oranse: 9855. j i and business property. The TrustDepartment suiT *I. 5
    Uses 7 ayr that uses Insole I j ORANGE ATX.-New masonry eon I of First National Bank I II I I WrkTgyl 2-4921 o
    brtoc On'. I. P. A. AUison. f j traded very attractive buQdlns. at Orlando second floor. 69. Work WantedFemaleACCOUNTANTCornoratlom I fulc. I -

    ,. a.**. >T W. .\. 7613."TH4Vt First floor may be seed a* on* or _ I and tax )lIl 2214CHRYSER ; Ins .'M MI !

    BOYERS wanting stores.bus j two store tnlts. Abort a very Blew S NEED 81500 for first mortgage oa desires responsible; JIve 1 M - 50
    experience position .
    -I.' aroperty and homes For room apt. Price $21.000 Excellent house and 20 acre Write Box 461 : Orlando or vicinity. College Combit Cars.1 2-1<.c - -
    bau54EI aaJ* am with F. A. Al- term. If you have a business la 8-Staf. I 4068. 2-432l. - -
    KM .,. rt W. Washmgtoa.r mind can Brock Steel with Oteaault 1 termal graduate. Phone U4 4-455 I
    **-* NEED $4.000 Short or Km .
    COpANlOI'-A1I4 housekeep low OSs'*.
    Ofht
    *taf A >PRAlALa-.On your home. and Jennings .Realtors. 672 M. Orange to complete $11X100 lakeview come. I' E--l11 I
    l.
    Writ Box I a e .
    ing. practical
    ; 7234. aurse. MI . .
    iriiant ** Ill give yoa aa estImate free See Mrs. Steven City Beautiful 507 S-Star. cnadlcally. Two I Cerd _ _
    Mgagpii. of efcarao Is MM ewrrent mattes RESTAURANT downtown Orlando Dress Shop. 1 Washington Arcade.A I Stumble Cars. . 45MI 5MI .
    ,kM ol vwar ac o ny. Mo bUiaMML Completely modern wm seatO 1 MIDDLE AGED LADY-Nice disposi, I a
    $ jiaiM.a tnieae niL Wifc Mathews with $ peool. Recently completely re SAFE INVESTMENT W HAPPIfiess. tion. available 5 or a hours a daycare I 2-521. to ". 1
    % % for aged or invalid. Will prepare : CEEVROLET- I aad I
    > >ea- i Daairl Lola Broker. decorated. Spotlessly clean. $20.000. own your own home. Let ; smAL
    !1 light meal Excellent driver. Inquire sedan. One I
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    s4 X. a. Burnett. Broker. 37 S. Main.SUBURBAN Loan
    jZ.O$4O5ING-Mr.DsrIs (peaklew. Pint Federal Savings and r gk i i i i i i i
    -- -- t. 515. WCB ao glad t* list -1H Bile out busy high- Association of Orlando assist yon. I| 2725 8. Delaney._ _ _ I' 2174.WTkygyl Motors : ;1 -1941 4T k iw MHMHRFI

    554 ,* .s1W mar *.5 ny O*>* of our aalenseii I wa,. -room partly furnished horn Visit their office. SO East Pine at ATTENTION j-EXCLUSIVE SHOPS- Rgl A ate !150 ... _
    'ss.4 Pp.s. oil $. so' *" U lesSeeS ft. Thank sod business building. 6800. torn Court Street. Weekday 9-2. 8atv I Saleslady fashion hop experience t'I CEVROLE-UJ9 car. Oeaa car and a <* ) .a _
    swv. UI'mi 7909. C. B. DaT*. &ta.1-.1 eras. B1II. Realtor. 150 X. Robinson 1-12. t I desire Or lands connection. Commit--'1 I I 1 Jernigaa Seed C.. It*
    9r, 4i w. WaaMigtaa. ; 7S3J. j jdan I sIns btsia. Write Box 478 S-8tr. Refinance-. t Av. gjBfg mm mmjmM fs m jjm- >3*| k M


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    \ j. .. .... kr. -"....aMn Very Young Set.Jnurl'sUn Venetian Blinds, at 1802 Edgewater Dr., is Aid ReportedThree Phone 11J E.Z-UIJ Central-*Aw->M* e a
    iT t ... MM one of the few establishments of its kind in Orange County

    - -- new merchandise t' where custom-made blinds of the highest quality are made.I I'I months ago. Mrs. Nettle i: ,__=arr' aa IIV.I -- .<-- -
    mainly for the Very Young Set 'I This modern, up-to-date manufacturing concern is owned i iI Reynolds, owner and operator of ; I, -
    LAUN1RYNr keeps dull Summer days lively at efficient ... PAINTS P8l
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    }r Hampton Hall. Marilee and Cre- I and managed! by Charles- Zeismg. well-known for : the Massage Parlor at the Ange-
    and carefUl workmanship which bilt Hotel, I Cards <****. | . tit ..
    started
    .. tott Sm'tff CHUMTS i yon Glvens' attractive shop on I I selling a reducing : -Stationery -
    r /IItro. .
    East Morse Blvd. in Winter Park. he has always guaranteed. The food to help her patients reduce l Your HALLMARK -

    t tfL + UVNMYft. This shop which opened late In company also handles cypress slat + t IN COLOMALTOW* "I i
    T''Z:: the is one of the few gift s I .
    . 792IN hops Spring which remained open porch ,shades. All those taking this food as I 711 N. Mill -Ea"7 hob. f!J! ..
    ... .. ** .. through the Summer and stay- Ziesing formerly had his placeof directed have each lost two pounds -.a .'!acsalt pure Mtet* sA
    iHljj .,- or more with the exception of
    ----- at-home customers have been business the Central Florida I

    I I grateful here.for the privilege of shopping Blind Co., on Pine St. Then the M two.Other who reports have have a thyroid been condition.the same i THE CLOSET SHOP

    embroidered war interrupted his work, although according to Mrs. Remolds Loss '
    The beautifully
    t* IMM PIIIiI<< Ct. i, trousseau pieces and infants' I his wife continued to handle limited -I of weight reducing in spots where CLOSED FOR ONE WUK
    service in the line. fat had anda {
    Porto Ricans excess accumulated
    dresses done by
    '1IfttM d MI Puny RE-OPEN SEPT. 2
    Serving In the Army Air Forces general feeling of health and
    ** .tiaeosy 4t Laep.rloj have been augmented by charming 1 "
    *1 ****** ..... TL MMR hand made frocks and pinafores with two years' overseas duty In! "' well being have been reported. 1219 N. Orange Arm TrL 2-ttM
    for little girls, and small England.Ziesing was absent from I! 1' Several reported that gas and a i
    Ma L Taylor .
    boys suits most of which were, Orlando for over three years. He' ', "stuffy" feeling in the stomach
    made in the shop. One, enchanting returned early last year and im- 'A had cleared up. Two have reported I
    a
    frock of imported yellow dotted I mediately commenced construction . ... a low blood pressure condition I YELTON )srf014H4t t .... ...
    I swiss has an emproidered organdy I on the attractive new sales \ ': ,.'' improved land doctors had advised -

    'I Oi CII,i MOH.,....*...Ir.iC2ATW........ !( I bertha and wide sash every f building and workshop which < them to continue the food). I i New King slaps]. a4 fpeiM rwMlr I r _
    r' I Ia stitch by hand. Another pinaforeand houses his rapidly expanding busi- .J A nurse who had thought she hada I realer 'nMM' -
    : MIIN ItfflIUKI pants set for the kindergartencrowd ness on Edgewater Dr. His Is the ) nervous heart and had diagnosedher f 114IJ .....
    Is a fetching red and white I. only concern of its kind in the r -- > condition as due to excess fat : Mistral seppaee Re1oMo.
    .. A Willy 'ANT, INC.re& tissue gingham. College Park area. FACES COURT MARTIAL: around the heart reports freedom 218 N. Rosalind Tri MM a +esw ee
    J (Seep] 8aatasll. e.,1.i The assembles Vene- tIM .o.lrmt..v '+eaa..rrallg
    II company
    Hand knits for infants dimin- from discomfort now. The list of
    .an.. ._ pale m. .... 11MJI..I. Ure tomb and brush sets. highchair tian blinds of any size to suit any Priv. Carol Gello [above] WAC satisfied "customers" is growing rat
    ., pads Sani-shcet diaper type of window or building. Theyuse who was picked up in Boston every day. Ckeaet iC.nliHoerf
    and Up pads and rubber crib the nationally advertised after being AWOL for two "This reducing food Is not a REXA
    ( fIt} 111f hefts of various sizes are a few Flex-alun aluminum slats and years. drug." said Mrs. Reynolds. "It is .
    I TC BIwlJrRiWI .t the new things In this department other materials of highest qualityfor simply a low calorie food con- **Tr N Duty p DM B |: +breber. R..I
    looks and durability' obtain- taining the vitamins, minerals and ae erg 9 ,' -.
    .. "'."-. } < '; t amino acids necessary to health.It -
    e....... pt-s .. .'.......... I A Log o' Life is a complete life installations by this companyis y elf on Returns Is pleasant to take [just a tea- 'ed 0....- AiY .
    f1U"T 1 history of the baby which if kept It E. Ctmitl t H. I tM tale tlraM e.
    .
    . Sl M Q ....ttl M**. I by a conscientious parent win be three large blinds, each 100 spoon a day In a glass of tomato
    ...... m4ell ... If 1 MAIN ST. *i-= of Invaluable assistance in establishing square feet In size in the Metcalf juice] and it satisfies the appe- '
    I, records for Important Bldg. at the corner of Pine and tite, so there is less craving for
    events through his lifetime. A 1 Orange. To Music House fattening foods. The cost amounts i I CII w7tt11NUM iIt
    I i Their work closely supervised I "
    training cup is ingeniously made to but a few cents a day. arc's
    to keep liquids from spilling down .f by Ziesinr. who goes out on all Mrs. Reynolds says the demand e
    e't .MiKH r... C. I the baby's neck. Bouncing rubber installations to see that they Orlando's' most recent musical has been so much greater than I VENETIAN SUNOS rte' .

    It fta* it. Tel a"2332tittlitiir. I blocks are novel and adapted to are done correctly is recom- supply and repair business. Yel- she anticipated that every order I Three Day DtliwryIMS t e .4
    41lb eaa4411tPe many uses. mended by some of Orlando'sleadinx ton Music House which opened has been sold before it arrived.
    t tI .." I Starched place mats are builders and furniture last Spring under ownership of i Orders may be placed by calling I E4tvatr DfHt TH. 1 MM ...a*, i0
    houses. Hal former resident of her at 9651. '
    the Intricately crocheted Yelton. a
    among
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    I"rkt41.lIuII's
    They give three-day delivery on the after ---
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    I pieces here. More of the polished Indiana. again on job
    mahogany from the Caribbean I blinds and also offer prompt servIce its owner and his wife spent a two Me4li 1rrIu
    area has been placed on I for repairing and refinishing. weeks' vacation trip at their for-. KRAFT'S LIVE POULTRYFried Harry P. Lev lIe.
    the Urge center table running I Examples of different type blinds mer home.. Chicken Boxesto -
    r the length of the shop ,and is may be seen in the salesroom. The Yelton Music House Is well take oat _. 50c Machinery narfwaleo
    IKII'J attracting much admiring atten i B. W. Mattingly. well-known equipped to offer band instrument CHICKEN PIECES SOLD IIUl bRppdee .
    :i: tion. !''Orlandoan, has recently Jointed and radio repair and a wide selec- Open daily 7 AM. to 7 PAL 100 w. UyiDqttoa .
    I Wl ......, Ghee I. Carder Hampton Han has also its stockof .i the staff as a salesman.Outlying tion of band instruments and accessories -I Sundays 7 to noon 4.-o. .1.tow.

    t. 1... 141.4 r..... == lovely watercolors of the tropical 1 to sen. Since Yelton is NT Orange Art* W. P.-TeL HI '- .,. .
    1 4 i ..... tt.. T".IU.:1: : flora and landscapes done by t a graduate of the Conn Vocational I r W.Tii
    a leading artist In Puerto ,Rico. ;I Firms'Business School affiliate of C. G. Conn
    r- Ltd. of Elkhart. Ind. he is expert I[ Curtis Jewelers Tracts
    i in repairing both brass and MEDLOCK U
    I I cas. '
    -- CHIMNEY CORNERGIFT reed instruments and has the i 310 W. Church St.
    ILIDDENua SoarsA equipment to handle almost any ; CASE 'j
    t ,- SHOP kind of musical repair work. Mrs. Complete Line Nationally I Quality Marlaiaft eftPretttabe
    ; $ z.ttteez Yelton, a partner In the business Advertised Watches and Jewelry Iarargeal
    Musical Birthday Cake Plate-
    l z i lX -,. For Rent or Sale good volume of business has assists In the her accessories husband in line sales.Yelton I', Expert Repair ferric I "MIl I

    ? i -.r.. N. ORANGE 13 W Pine St. TeL 2-1756 been experienced in one of the stocks mouthpieces for trumpets I rns..1
    \ city's newest business
    outlying centers -
    trombones clarinet R
    and saxophones -
    .-- 4th TEL 6001 I bordering, Bumby. E. Robin- and saxophone'reeds of various i

    .. ... ...... -- I BattsNURSING !; son shops and and E.stores Washington.report gratifying Many- strengths and prices. Many iu ARTIFICIAL LIMBSSal" rut :

    ... P SERVICE STORE HOME I, activity in their lines. used Instruments are for sale & u Repair
    i iI
    > ..... !.M t, One of these is the LeFever Up- too.Yelton Stomp Sock AVTLAelt
    located
    Cheerful Home for Aced Music House is
    holstering Shop at 2303 E. Wash- '; FURNITURE p BREMER BRACE MFG. co.tot
    And Semi-Invalids at 218 N. Rosalind Ave. near the u .
    ington SU which gives residents 433 N. Orange TeL 2-U7J
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    Memorial Junior High School'Rock mange-Tel 9M3p
    -- Special Attention to Diets 'of that section a real service in OriaaaYt Largest Juvenile: Dept
    !I'>''! FM a the expert handling of all typesof ",",".,..............: i.1. #
    this kind of work, plus rebuild-
    ..0 y.. ing and refinishing any pieces. A of Ages'Memorial FIDELITY STORAGE & s: PAUL'SDRY : M 11. .elr PSIAU
    LAKE LAWSONA recent job by the shop, an example -
    : of the quality of work ArtOutstanding | WAREHOUSE CO. : CLEANING :
    - TEA ROOM turned out. was the*upholsteringof Afeat-Bfrafcer 0 Moth Proofing '

    ******** Wilegreeh Resurfoces'BeatWas CaterUf to Baaqwts, Luncheons all furniture for the lobby: of ALLIED VAN LINES. INC. : Alteration*-Rffairta* : a
    ** tr *M.. tl. sti Dinner S to S by reservation the Longwood Hotel, recently redecorated
    ... sty *...., 6< 1"ro' "#11*. J) E. Mark SL-Ttl 9634 X1 Me L BOX Jackson DINNERS St. -delivered Tel. 2-OMW over inside and and out.completely done Among: the large and varied C. M.Robertson PresidentAnnouncing 117...N...Orange.......... -..-..Tat..-.till-.-... .. ..W. f-

    Loris LeFever of Indiana Is stock of beautiful memorials mon.j Mr. e
    ....... ,"-- _'0 ,_ --- I operator of the hop. He had uments and markers In the yardsof I A0bws.leRees -. ..-. -4 0
    KtiM North sic Mortar Caruthers 10 years' experience In his, line Stokes Monument Co.. the Rock e. <,_. 1_.
    M ]
    ...tl-tt.. he lint before the war in which he of Ages granite stands out as an gel suMs.'a P0
    VIOLET DELL FLORISTS M'sae'WMaass ,. ,
    erred as a rifleman in the example of the finest in memorial A, -,4 < e4

    I "Flowera Whisper What Words Rainbow Division with extensive I art.Rock H. Oakley HaynieNew 1111 NARANp S M 0h ...4t .... J. 1If
    DSWARDe : Can Never Say" overseas service. of Ages memorials-from : ...,." ..

    VM Go. + tM N. Oraaje AT*. TeL HIM LeFever has a good selection of ,quarry to cemetery-are under one Owner TEL tJ0* I
    l1I..I.! 4i1 c Itff W, beth tu Tel 4217 i upholstery materials and is able control; and are executed up to I I II. STOKES MONUMENT CO.
    to get special orders delivered on standards that permit no question' I. WEST o I -Your Old BtUabto DeakePrompt "
    .. 44.$1 and l+mg DUtaac
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    44t4 Moll. i short notice. His prices are rea- of their finished perfection. The
    < ftUract j
    .. ones AtNSab ADAMSVENETIAN sonable. He will pick up and deliver granite comes from one source' AUTO PARTS CO. K
    a..... ,.. 1 . and Is glad to make free estimates -, only the famed Rock of Ages deposit !< Seirtee--GaaraatfHSatkfactloii
    ii A .
    '' 1ne.PIIO. '
    I BLINDSThe on all work. He can be : at Barre Vt. Extreme care Winter Garden R< at City Limits !S'I I "
    <- - reached! by dialing 2-4312. in selection assures a memorial in Fun Hue New A tied Auto Parts
    FIRST CHOICE of discriminating which every face will be equally Heavy Wrecker: Service FULLER BROS.Radio .
    home in Day Ph. 4(11 rile Pa. SUSvvvvvvy' f
    owners free from imperfections close-
    Florida. :: HAMPTON HALL knit as to texture even-toned and .... Sal. & Strrk
    i > lyvvvvvvvvv.
    iI For the Best In Quality Beauty II I Handmade Underthinrs linens brilliant in its response to the CROSLEYFranchised Y
    and Service call chosen finish. Dealers/ L
    1 Baby Wear Domestic and Imports -
    sculptured
    Expertly designed and -
    Gifts of Grreneda Cwi114B
    I Mahogany from by skilled craftsmen who RUSS MATTRESS GO. e
    ADAMSVENETIAN Caribbean Islands. Park Ate L 0e ee sea
    have the aid of exclusive patented -
    121 E. Morse TeL Cl. Winter Park .. . .-
    Blvd Winter Park the fin- e0 tt ;0- z
    BLIND SERVICE finishing processes Southern Joy Innerspring i
    t ulf lIt W. Central TeL SSilU I ished work is worthy to receive Mattresses ,.............-...--...-..-..-
    | N. Orange W. Park Tel. MS the carved seal of identity which ,

    Ii VISIT OUR EXHIBIT only memorials the genuine can bear.Rock of Ages Box Springs : RADIOS : it..
    planned
    veerY I OF CHIIDRIN'S PORTRAITSMCCALIS Stokes Monument Co.. 2314 N. I Sofa Beds : REFRIGERATORS :

    (Hinting; creates LJ I dealer Orange for Are nationally. is exclusive known State Rock Studio Couches : WASHERS :

    STUDIO of Ages memorials. The purchasermay NEED REPAIRS? : aJOll2/ r

    cwt&mfrdemandFLORIDA IB CoQete Park Phone Z.%181 have absolute confidence in All Kinds of For Any Make :I

    the company as memorial counselors Mattresses Remade : Call 1I
    selectedon .
    ,1rUiU" 'Oee'IF6O'IasOrr'1'; ; " 'I'I'it 11111"I"I"" ""! because they were

    PRESS 0r5fa& THE CURTAIN SHOP: est their service record,, financial of long-time responsibility hon-- Coif r BARTON'SToo :

    o: i; Ruffled and Tailored I and their fitness to erect and I Benefit By Out H : ,
    .. [Iii I TTW COBB n. ; Curtains, Materials I service Rock of Ages memorials 2.2213 0 Tears Experience 1

    i ,...u.. 11II-I.... h -Curtain Hardware Drapes properly. II I II 1122 W. Church St. : Next to Colony Theatre :
    ; I i Winter Park II t t
    iii L rbtef. PT..mw a2A'izir (Made to m measurements I ,
    use ;16 S. Main St., TeL 6141y4 ......................4
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