Group Title: Orlando Morning Sentinal
Title: Orlando Morning Sentinel
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Title: Orlando Morning Sentinel
Uniform Title: Orlando Morning Sentinel
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Publication Date: August 1, 1947
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079944
Volume ID: VID00294
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 2734467
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Enraged British Shoot Up All-Jewish CityJERUSALEM fying merce at MR Q _

:! application these C9fve L.or / '1 .ef,21; $ frit17Ii/ il '

(UP] Armored ing shots into shops and movie virtual ultimatum, to stamp out I McDowall OFS'tAtF c day I
cars manned by enraged British houses. terrorism or face the consequences. I transports to ; I
crews shot up 'the all-Jewish city I The outbreak occurred in Ben I For 24 hours, since the Irgun from the the I
Yehuda St. off Zion Square in announced the two young British i
of Tel Aviv last. night after the which terrorists had threatened to soldier had been killed. I quested a I \i
bodies of two kidnaped army sergeants I hang the two slain Britons. Army and police search partie allowing it
were found dangling from First reports of the Tel Aviv had combed a wide area for the I and more \
trees near the diamond center of shooting said soldiers as well as bodies. ,i j
Nathanya. I.I police were involved. The Army Jewish settlement police sighted I points in j
A United Press correspondent! I f denied that any of its men took them this morning, hanging froma igan. to I
reported he saw the bodies of ,j part and said police armored cars branch of a eucalyptus tree in r and are
five Jews in the Hadassah Hospital were responsible. a grove on the outskirts of Na- I Huntington stage
morgue after the outbreak. The death of the sergeants had thanya. :
Official casualty figures were brought a new and blazing crisis f J. M. Roberts Jr.. AP foreign ; II is
not immediately available. to troubled Palestine. affairs analyst says world opinion plication, -
,British police in approximatelyeight Gen. Sir Alan Cunningham. may be aflamed at Jewry's cause t economic t: P'- he
armored cars swept throughthe British High Commissioner, was,II after the bloody slaying of two : Growers get
greatest all-Jewish center in reported to have warned representative -I young British soldiers by terror- said [Fall
the world. firing wildly and send- Jewish agencies, in a ists. Details on Page 8.) silo well chandise."i,

boxes in I I !
WILDERNESS . THE CITY IS DEAD'Malang cording j "
He said V their
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WASHINGTON [UP] "Sn: t al13portati ; : .j t
LT.S. June
LaMonte Exports .
", ate .investigators( ; issued 9: S [AP 'The d..dead\-c .Y''o! .Ma-, Florida,. :' I Air Base 'PlansCeremony MacArfhur SeenIn I I A

'\ suopoena for H o wa'rdHughes lang .seat'of the Indonesian republic's parliaments fell to I dared that Slump/ $180 Million/ :: I
the Dutch yesterday the Netherlands vegetables
Army announced : not
last the I -
night ;
and other Dutch columns"raced toward the blazing town i per" cent HereThe Below MaY' Record GOP Race 1

movie mogul failed to of Tjilatjap, chief republican port on the South Java Coast.A stated I WASHINGTON lAP American cept

unswer a request to show up todaY high Dutch official said Dutch* ping by .exports in June slumped 13 percent .
for questioning about the $18 columns spearing southwardacross Semi-official Dutch dispatches the Orlando Army Air below May's record. I B', Astoceoted Pre'l: J '
West ,Central Java from I cessfully I Sen. Taft R-OFo received
million wartime HughesKaiserflying from Malang considered the key Baseand, the 14th. Air Force The census bureau reporting ] -
boat project.In Tegal were within 2a miles of to East Central Java. said: which: can I yesterday that Jane shipmentswere the endorsement of his I rain"
[ Hollywood.Hughes later said latjap. the last important, Tji-I, "The town is a wilderness. -We join the rest of the nation to- $ISO million below the May I'State's GOP Committee and ed, "
through a can held port in Java. A I Important buildings factories greatest day in the observance of Air peak of $1,432,000,000, called it Congressmen for the Republican 1 grass
he refused to "jump ----- - convents, cinemas were blownup Ing "the first substantIal Interrup-
hoop" for the committee by flying U. S. Mediation Accepted. days ago. Shops have been munities Force Day, commemoratingthe tion in the recent rising trendof ,I Presidential nomina-' ity

to Washington In time to appear LAKE SUCCESS [IUP] TheU. pillaged and the city is dead. shipping 40th anniversary of the eiports." .1-------Pepper Maps Plans--- lose
today. He also contended that S. offered to mediate the An earlier communique from the James A. Army Air Forces and honoring President Truman. in an eco 4
Sen. Pepper D-Flal will follow -
Brewster [R-Me.1 "lied"when nomic report to Congress Monday
Sen. Indonesian conflict yesterdayand Indonesian army said Vthe scorched dent and the heroes of two World Wars. Presidential
Republican aspirants -
the Senator said a "Trans- the Netherlands acceptingthe earth policy has been applied company, had classed "extraordinary excess '
Open house Kill be held at across the country this
Airline hostess Hanett of imports one
exports over as
offer "as soon as law and since yesterday" in Malang. It fast May
Applewick. -didn't dare" be T-Ione order" are restored announcedit said the city had been under fruit. : OAAB and the day will be celebrated .of three "temporary props" beneath Fall, making speeches "to keep" '
In an airplane with him.l also would invite "a number Dutch mortar fire and had been Thomas with a variety of events the nation's high employment our Democratic .Party liberal 1
The subpoena, which War Investigating I of other governments; to make strafed by Netherlands planes. the climaxed with dances at the Of- and production levels. he said yesterday.tion for '

Subcommittee, C mn. an'on-the-spot investigation of 100.000 Indonesians were reportedto Growers ficer's and Non-Commissioned I yesterday while Gen. MacAr- lem
Ferguson IR Mich.J said wouldbe I the warfare.can I have fled the city ahead of.the Florida The Weather thur's name came up afresh. edly t
to California in time to Officer's Clubs tonight.
oncoming Dutch ,troops. "We x x I Taft promptly sailed into Pres. -
reach the Los Angeles U. S. Mar- communique acknowledgedlast Malang, once consideredava's portation The public hu been given a ORLANDO A VICINITY: Truman in a speech at Columbuslast i State
shal's office today called."for night that Dutch columns most beautiful city. lies 50 miles be highly cordial invitation to visit the Considerably cloudy today. tomorrow night declaring Jie
Hughes' appearance "at once.I were "advancing" on,two fronts due south of the Naval Base of and base and, partkrIn! the : scattered: ,showers the President '
understand TMr. hughes south from-'regal. Soerabaja and approximately 125 I Ida. in the various activities. I thunderstorms mostly in after- I"dominated by .'
doesn't hesitate to fly" the I Capture of Tjifotjap would cut miles west of Java's eastern tip. 18.000 Higiilighting the celebration I noon. [the principles of
Senator said of the man whose the inConeii republic in two I The Dutch say they hold most of lots, as we will be the Retreat Parade at 4 I the CIO." H$ off ange
hobby is building' and. piloting virtually at, its center. the eastern end of the island. ion that, pjn., when troops will be reviewedand Cracker Jim Sez: added that the ther
aircraft. will open I only way to redeem -
six awards presented by Brig. I
I of Iffen you are plannin any trips what he
He said he wanted to be Tea- i Ford Okays Union To Derail Florida Gen. Homer L. Sanders acting I outen the woods rite>soon you had called a "befud- dent
Attempt I
14th Air
,on able. but Issuance of the quite a commanding general' I better on the lookout for them dled foreign'pol- I
subpoena became necessary after Pore I sidewindin rattlesnakes cause it's ks" ,
Hughes. in a long distance tele-,'I Damage Suit ,Stay Train Investigated fic and in it this will Two Orlandoans, Col. Willard a known fact they don't rattle
phone talk with his attorney. Tom V. King and S/Sgt., Keith R. Olson I that tail like dride durin dog{
Slack. failed to say what he Intended DETROIT rAP The Ford MotorCo. (Speriol to Orlando! Mom ng Sen''relj) lic under interest both of the Air Reserve, will I days. Them-*arm1ts peas lay up in the is 1948.'S I [
to do about Ferguson's request offered last night to ignore OCALA-Two heavy tie rails receive th Legion of Merit and su-n like ole
for him to be ready to testify damage suit provisions of. the I placed across Seaboard Air Line Also Purple Hjart. respectively. Olson Squire Larkin I /
today. . I Taft-Hartley Labor Law if its tracks south of Summerfield failed application will also receive the Distinguished i in , .
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I the does in that L Van Zandt ""'- : -
workers Rep.
107,000 organized
gave Flying Crxss.
yesterday to wreck a northbound j hammock of his-
certain pledges in return. freight train although the loose At 11 am., a 12-plane training : R.-Pa.l. three MtcArthur
British Cleric Admits Pres. Henry For II, acting in rails slightly damaged cross ties. 14 Citrus flight is scheduled to take off I in an they are tunes VFW bead/ said MacArthur ,
face of a strike threat. announcedthe With footprints near the scene A. G. Burr plumb near as Iv:4>: will return from Japan before the I \
Bigamous MarriageS I offer through company offices the only; clue Sheriff Ed Porter. Co.. [Continued on Pare t, CoL 5] contrary when Republican National Conventionnext to in
SALISBURY. England [UP] here after conference with ,railroad police and State patrol-S zier you wakes em June'and"Whether town
Police yesterday reported the case CIo Pres. Philip Murray. earlierin men sought the person or'persons ager of Patrolmen i Iffen you hear he desires it or not
of an Angelican priest the Rev. the day.Medics who placed the tie rails. Inc. Ft. I I Probationary the sound of '"moom .w, 'q Gen MacArthur will be injected :
Charles H. C. Lamb. 36. who sur- Gaston 'Named to Daytona Force]them dried peas into the Presidential picture by 1
rendered voluntarily admitted Warn Britain eral Its a mity fine idea to take offfrom' the many persons in this country
he made a bigamous marriage I BRNAS Closing PostponedCOCOA East (Soe< ial! to Orlando Morning SentinelJ J) I .there in a hurry an look -veterans and nonveteranswho .- 29
with Joan Boddie. 25, a corporalIn Against Polio Epidemic [API Official decommissioning ing the DAYTONA BEACHAppointment later. Hits gonna git hotter rite admired him . American
,the Women's Auxiliary Air LONDON tAP Steadily Increas- of the Banana River and the of four probationary patrol along an them snakes is gonna eds a man of his stature." By
Force while .suffering from war ing number,of infantile paralysiscases Naval 'Air Station has been post- protested men to the local police force was I git ornierer. all the time.TODAY. :
shock. In England and Wales in the poned from Aug. 1 ,to Oct. 1.,officers general j announced last night by Chief of I -Iz. Murder Charge PlacedTo' i; ,
past few weeks moved he British announced yesterday. have the Police Tom Johnson Named wer TIDESDayt.ea I and Naw Smyrna Macfc I
Hikes Medical Journal to warn yesterdaythat and :: Kenneth A. Fluhrer. Larry T. Gal- ,,Tldr HitS 6:37 a m. and 7M p.m.: Low, Prevent Release Try ; day
Alabama House "an and that I phin. Robert T. Faircloth and : 1240 ajn and 1228: pm j I
Britain might be Li for Tonight's Movies I I' Cocoa B.acn,Tides- Slab: 6 47 a m aD.1] FSoe'id 9 Or'or'fe! Mnmof'1Q Sernoe:1 in
.Liquor:Tax 15 Per Cent American experience" with the BEACHAM: Th. Homestretch. 1:19: 3:24: stroys all i Robert L. Kinchen.REALTORS' I; 7.14 p.m.: Low 12:50: a.m. and 12.38: p.m. ,ISeNstia" i DAYTONA BEACH State's
disease. Up to July 19, a total of 5:29. 7:34. 9 39. Inlet TtdnR .h: (42 am. Atty. Murray Sams'said yesterdaythe I,
MONTGOMERY Ala. (API Dis- and 7:M p m; Low 12.45 a m. and 11-W t as
ROXY: The Homestretch. 119: 3 34
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722 cases had been reported. I murder charge h& ordered
'Warning of "slow prohibition 529. 734. 939: i I HEAD HOME FROM TOUR pm.tun loss
regarding Phases: Rises S'47- seta 7:15. I Aaron 19,
placed against Quince.
,Alabama House of CAMEO: WhtsUe Stop. 7,40. 9 40. LOCAL TCMPCRATUMCS I C.
Daytona To Hear Pepper .COLONY The Westerner. 200.. 359. Recorded by U.s. Weather Bareaa atUinlclpal a Negro held In the slaying of Mrs.
yesterday passed >5 58. 757. II 56. $
Representatives WASHINGTON t A P ) Sen. Airport. : Leona Sparkman, was done to I ..
for an addi- GRAND Spoilen of the North. 100.:: HackettCalls Orlando Leader Itlam.
bills calling Maximim Sic Minimum
three Pepper (D-Flal said yesterday ;31$, S:35. 7:50, 1008. Stan Orer Texas. ___ .uuon I I p.m. __ 072pm$7 forestall any, attempt at securinghis : ;
liquorto . .nn
tional 15 cent tax on i 15 4 35. 6 50. 9 OS.RIALTO I
per 12: : : ____ 72 i I
will deliver Labor Day addressesat : ajn. release. S
provide new revenue for educa- : Six Onn Serenade. 12.56, 3 28. 3 a.1IL ___ 72 I 3 p.m. ______ 90 ,,
Wildwood and Daytona Beach.I 6 00. 1:32.11:08.: Ml. HeJ.2.25": 4J7. 7.2J. u .._ 90Sam. .
4 aes. 72 i 4 pm.
S tion. welfare ,and local govern- Fla., speaking at Wildwood in the I[11003 VOGDIr. WUd BIO Kickok. Among Home Building CitiesMore ==-=== 72 I Spm.-_ :.= 90 I Murray KilisT947CIOAFL :
ments. j t 200.: 445. 6 am. _ 721 S pm. MT
afternoon and at. Daytona, Beach 7.35. 10:20: Wilt Wanted. 3:35;1:20, 9 10. a JUT_*_= 73 !i lpm. ==:: 16I I
,at night. DRIVE-IN: Homo la Oklahoma, Inner home building ir being done in Orlando in proportion a.m. _____. 74 I B P.m. ____ 83t .1 Merger Hopes
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S 1947 July 1947 APOPKA. LOT and Learn. to. population than in any city visited on an 8,000 10 ajn.ajn. _"____u 80 : 10 __hO____ 71, WASHINGTON IUPJ CIO Pres. :
AIR FORCE DAY Horees CLERMONT, ; Mr Brother Talk toDELAXD mile trip to the Pacific Coast and back, James J. Hackett, Neon 11 am._. _____._ 86 82 I i MMnUnt 11 p en--------"'____ 7r 77TEMFCftATWIICS I Philip Murray last night killed I ..
.s- MM lilt VW 7ft.. Fr Stt i AUG, 1st. : Farmer' Dauthter.DRIKA: president of the Orlando Board of Realtors, reported yes 'I! any chance of a CIO-AFL merger ; i
Thunder in the Desert BirdboDed Jlahoner CLSCWMEIICWJAHINGTON this year and accused top AFL
\Ve'bave the best Air Force'in terday at its luncheon meeting. ZUSTTS That Brennas Girt. ThrffliM el teatperatares lor the 24 bolil"ead.iJI j
,Dsnftr.GROVELAXD. S, I He said that while construction c cI S p.m. i "keen desire" for immediate cooperation -
the World and busi-
S 19+7 .August' 1947AM ness men are no iledglings.our KTSSUJMEE::Stallion Prairie Road Raider, costs seem higher here than Inmost room homes selling for $5,700 or Atlanta "i'n I tonlrrfflc Nrt 93- L iiiAUa&1e w I I on political and ecoI I
J LEESBUROBlase of Moon. ?PAnt MB I cities visited prices generally less which would bring at least Clt7 Mrmpha 100 b7Sirminaham ,nomic issues.
S is1W Tri S t ,results -- :
3to T V when they'want. Prom Music Mountain. M T1, : MIDIL-8t.Paal80 iii i '
MOUNT, DORA: Lat CroatApley, in California were so high that $8.500 listen 83 73 Mosteemirv U McNulty.HonQred by Lions .
1 2 from 'advertising. Want- !I Come 011'Cowboys, the saw no reason for Florida to and Denver also are BlIttaJ 7IG iftwOrieses t1 73:
Ads fly into the homes of SAKTORD: Lei Ktesnbies. PRINCTSS: fear competition fn the ,tourist buDding many homes at prices J Cha\I.aa. 95 59 1(.w York IIA"t c. H. McNulty. of Melbourne, ,.
The Cherokee Plash. Bsdmsn's. Territory. t Chi &llt 11 F-S I PleiladeIphIa III 74c1e.'eland
; 3456789 Central Fla and bring I I, 'ST. CLOUD Nora PrrnUn. business from' that, quarter lower than those prevailing here : 11 74 PhoenIx: 111Da11u 90 head of the McNulty Groups of
you WINTER GARDEN: Rio CraMs Raiders.GEM. . Attributing values to. a'IUD- he said. 10 PlUsborib>> 10 65DeanI' Banks, has been elected a memberof uw1d& tar )l i-: .
:action. : 1: Qaeeo et the Yukon. 110 PortlaD4.Me. n 87Dtrott
: the board of directors of'Lions
10111213.141516S much business building j
brinks' end the )(or- In Chicago
Diaf4l61 [ WETTER HAVEN: The Ywrlinf i ply of local I' 74 Richmond Ie 10Dsloth : -XEE.SBj: : S'i
International at the annual con- : ; S
i LAKELAND-POLE: Trouble With Wom mon belief in hArd work'and high including large structures in 15 SL Louis S
IS 92O.212221.: .' ... foIL PALACE: Six Oun Serenade. Devil Hattett said that the Loop, ,is going forward toe Zl P$0 Wsrtl IJ '70 San Pr'nc:1K.O: 56 .vention_ In San Francisco it was
17 AskjforiWantAdsif productivity. Port 103 7t.1 S.t1I' n 51 I .
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Page 2 (drbtniut teaming Stnttoxl Friday, August 1, 1947 I

.. -. -, > .-.. r ,. . ", Big Beef Loss 'Seen in Peak Rain
.1. .'7.1 UjKMmQviH tolls sight> flu tired Stv.... eIa cells s
1-29 Scptrfottrcms. en Mt $.21'. WIll sweep Chicago, Detroit sad St Lois a tight of 30 g 29 S p rfor- I (Continued from Page 1] I River in Se uiole County told me tased by, the bank UIIX1a&aela.
tat .kg tl s 7000-mi ffght Air Force Day Tit SiptrfortmMs wifl takt elf before tresses, tt comcidt with tlls : he had had to move some of his restock committee
win moles tar M Aig 1 from Air CoMmoM fiel4l.t Tct .Anx, 'Aft Forct affected |
Tbs Supcrforts oiwrtfitliM Day ctfebrahau a everybody to varying extents -. cattle." "We are anxious to
c stop tt AIICHrogt, Fort Worth,Tit,Tomp,Flo,Rosvtll.N.M.s.r .KB-.. Aaq.1. The 30 planes tro rohiramj I depending on the height of Another In the Or- tell what d.,anybody -
Y cattleman can us to he
/ kW for Wosboad S. D.
Alaska aid Rapid City. Tkty will mrftvrws sad then fir from u traiaiM flight; I I
ington, ;). C. It will be HM .ii, fOrlllOf ioii ortr tile acid esters titles. vfcicli took Meal to Geraaq their land. lando area. L.B McLeod Jr.. who continued.
e .. I operates the 5.000-acre Turkey I II Carroll owns a U MO acre each
t- The
t CANNING longest man flight cm r.: % .VV .a.: kaacexaw V a Nrlr is Jv i.Nw Central Florida association
fed .,tile ,wafbowhen. +ka. ?r < ,. VV V is composed: of ranchers in I Lake Ranch wet of the city said .'on the writ aiM of the uppn St
SUPPUE5 : his ranch was iretty well drained John River in OMCO Cteauhicl
. Orange Seminole and Lake
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ror MINK rte. counties. and that h. had not been ",' ) according: to has latest tn
AT YOURttOCER'S "Every cattleman in the area bothered much by high water. formation hM not bm ttrtow't
has had a eight loss, but few ifI "But the pastures are wet and affected by high rater
oAKOr inn. J I any have had a death loss Rde- : the grass is not that it shouldbe "\\'. learned a "fong Hm at.
RegdGh I I 1 baugh said. "Our own cattle have ," he added. "At a result our.r that you mutt have mere isM
ylfp De roiN I cattle have not mad the gain in., than Is nerr tn
1 JOAHO I-gone down some In weight, but ary I'M>
lOwA ttNMu none is in a weak condition. We I weight we would normally expect ; ther for your rant" he MM.i .
UTAH Ntl C Ilclss ,/, at this time of year. Btahman and' e
'are fortunate in being in a well- I i "You need a reserve for toad
,. + W drained area, with fairly high, flat- Western cattle are affected about'I times. when there are heavy nuns
COW J a K +o. O11b W V ashie 9 toe woods land" the same by the" wet leather 10', or fro u. if you are toiac to Marin
vAA The association president said far as I can see. tmsineM"
his observations zi his cattle Loss of weight at this time of John Duda who with hM fetter
. safine KT. G '''I would apply also to those of Clarence year is a blow to ranch twners and brothers operates the _..
IZ KM 1ENK / Datscn. and Walter and Irlo because the Spring and Summer, acre Andrew Duda and aorta retch
Au_ : Bronson, whose ranches are in the when grass grows fastest. m kt on the rut aWe of the i upfer 8t
GA'a t..Z. same area-the old Taft drainage up the fattening season for cattle Johna In Brevard County MId
Tsaes V ka I district. in Florida. they too had not been harms* eiceshely -
TEXAS ., "Cattlemen with ranches along N. Ray Caroll. president of the by high **lr
the St. John's and the Kissim- First National Bank of Kissim&ee I "We hate a little better *t-up
..., FertWert ,. . I mee Biters are having the moot I and chairman of the livestock committee than some" he e.p.... We
{ I trouble I hear," Radebaajrh of the Florida Bankers have high ground aa well M n\r.
i said. Assn. agreed that loss from high land and the ranch &u pr,m vr
"Charles S. Lee. who has quite water would be considerable He ditched, ..:.U: > r,1lLS: to take MJ
: 4J pa a bit of pasture on the St. John's said the problem had been dis- surplus,water -

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ROUTE OF ARMY SUPERFORTS TODAY: will follow as the Air Force celebrates its 40th M

Map [above ] shows flying lanes the big B-29s t anniversary. II OLEOib.SScCHEDOBIT

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WASHINGTON [UP] There' dais said they probably. would i PASTEURIZED FOOD A"TA
spectacular mass flights of B-29 leave In about an hour.
:4 S1 Thrifty and So Good superfortresses and a goodwill I' More than 100 of the big super- HereContinued Cheese 2 Ib.bx.O/C
flight of British Royal Air Force forts will put on an aerial parade
planes over Eastern cities feature j I over Chicago Toledo Detroit. Indianapolis [ from Pare 1]
the observance of the 40th anniversary I Kansas City and St.
of the Army Air Forces 'I Louis. flying over Orlando at approximately
today. Thirty E-29's are flying back to 11:10.: The flight win cover JANE
sfaa.o C. Ot Eight B-29's took off from i the United States from Germanyat 12 Central Florida cities. DONUTS PARKER DOZ. 19c
RRAw1tH Tokyo for Washington D. C.. in the end of a one-month training Special attention was called yesterday -
Itslc a mass formation. one-stop session landing on the Eastern to the ,nr.<>unument that iI tt
M 6 Val V flight I seaboard. World War n and American De- JANE 9 o<. Va
pt4 R t t0 oto aba 0 R 11t E L One of the planes developed me- Twelve Big Royal Air Force r', fence Medals will be awarded discharged JELLY ROLLS PARKER 33c u eh tt'
P as Otl sW1t.V,1ti. + thanlcal difficulties and. dropped Lincoln bombers will make a : servicemen and the next 'I'ttlsat
Gd Plt{ 1D t1TdNPr io{ tar acod s6 out briefly at Adak. in the Aleu formation flight over 18 major I of kin of deceased veterans at the II
toav w+ rI tians. It followed the seven others I Eastern cities. l time other decorations are presented -I
o adbbo 1lee s+hea!+. Ia/Id OytVed 's.. on to Anchorage. Alaska whereall : Other Air Force Day shows will III I RYE BREAD Old Fashioned 15c
I Sa e,! bi s T em a, Arr+DtDa landed at Elmendorf Field. also be staged over nearty every ( Other awards to be made are: With Seeds Ib. Loaf
dlT tx d + 4. At 4.30: p.m, six of the super- large city in the nation. There ,The Army Commendation Ribbon j
1e1 a MORBEEF fortresses took off on the last leg also will be displays of guided to Col. Early E. W. Duncan, commanding -
we,e+ dbbega' MORLAMB of the 7.000 mile flight. Two of missiles, parachute jumps, jet .officer OAAB, Col. Leo MONTEREY
the craft were delayed at the field planes in the air and on the F. Dusard. Jr.. assistant chief of GRAPE JUICE IN OUR SUPERITE MEAT DEPARTMENT
MOR VEAL by engine trouble but Army offi- ground. staff. 14th Air Force; and Lt. Col.
ONU HOt cats YOU fCUt MEATS TO i Thomas R. waddleton, deputy
CNOOSIPiOM. Four delicious haody meats MORPORK assistant chief of staff, 14th Air PUNCH DRINK QUICK FR03EN-DRESSED & DRAWN
-*tch prepared,.eaM>daad cooked the escla' Freed Sex Criminal i Dominican InvasionBy Force 49C
s irt"VTtlsoa war, in its own air-ri gbt, fiaroMighJMAiury nil '-"J-.wJ I Ib.
---- The citation for Col. Duncan JUST ADD WATER DUCKLINGS
; cia. Reach for MOR all four. lll/lIf Child 3 Cubans
-Boy Strangles Reported reads, . for meritorious service AND ICE 15c
CHICAGO IUP1 Joseph Barty- WASHINGTON tAP) The Dom- while brigadier general com-
nik. 27. a sex criminal who was inican Embassy said last night a manding the Lincoln Army AirField 69c
R Q R released from jail only nine days three-ship expedition left from, Lincoln Neb., . for.overcoming I HAMS 8-12Avg. lb.
r the difficulties of IEXIXE
ago after serving a sentence for constructing -
molesting a child confessed yes- Cuba Wednesday night or yesterday -, establishing and commanding I CHILI 1'. 02 14c
ss terday that he strangled Charles morning to Invade the Dom- during the period from POWDER Can
.vt Bradley 3, Wednesday night and inican Republic. Jose Vega, secretary April 1S42 to April 1944." picNics lb.49c
hid the body under a porch' Bar- to the ambassador said Col. Dusard'i award Is for, CUPPS INSTANT 4-6 Avg.
K tynik said he! crept into the flat the "expedition" ww composedof i . the performance of meritorious BABY 8 01. 13c
.i' of Glenn Bradley, a foundry worker the landing barges and one services while In command I
and took Bradley's sleeping corvette equipped with cannon and of the 247th Fighter OATMEAL Pkr. LOIN OR SSe
machine i Group on the Solomon Islands, tOAST
child from his bed. guns.DURKEEs New Guinea and the Philip- READY TO EAT CEREAL 25cPkgs. PORK lb.

pines." CHBBRIOS % 7 ot.
Col. Waddleton receives his SUPERITE VEAL
Army Commendation Ribbon for. I 41c
"commendable work accomplishedin I BORDENS INSTANT CHUCK ROAST Ib.
assisting the. Civil Air Patrol to I 39c
service 2 OK. .
establish an employment COFFEE
for'veterans.',. I Jar. SUB5BITE BEEFRIB '
Also he will be awarded the Air 35c
MARGARINEThe Medal for "meritorious ..chieve--I ARGO LAUNDRY or BRISKET STEW Ib.SUPERITE t

ment while participating' 8 fll. 5c
tained operational flight missionsin I I STARCH Pkg.MARCAL LEAN
the Southwest Pacific from
April 21 to June 1945; and the I Pkg 01 GROUND BEEF lb.39c
Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster to hisAir I lie
Medal for, "meritorious achi- PAPER 100
evement while participating in an HANKIES Sheets ASSORTED

aerial, flight oyer.Boltpapan, 45c
Borneo on May 28, 1945.' I GALVANIZED COLD CUTS ,ib.
I Col. King will receive the Legion PAILS 10et. 39cSize
of Merit for "exceptionally meritorious -
services in the Southwest I QUICK FROZEN FISH FILLETS
Pacific area from February. 1943 FILS NAP'tHA
r to July 1945." I 17c HADDOCK WHITING GOD
will to 01- j SOAP 2
. The Purple Heart go Ban I I

a, / son the for European"wounds received theater of in opera actionin 1 1tions I Ib. 35c Ib. 31c lb. 35c III

July 13, 1944 In addition,
Olson will be awarded the Distinguished -
Flying Cross for extra- LIFEBUOY
ordinary, achievement on a number -
of combat missions over Germany TOILETSOAP TOILETSOAP
For completion of 30 years of 45c
service in the Army Warrant 10 Ib5. I

,. tAB E I IIt Officer Aca C. Hoober. 117 I
YEGER Edinbtrg Dr. Winter Park, will
V, R i5i.ej1 receive his papers of retirementfrom NEW YELLOW 2 17c 2 17c

the Army.Immediately .prior to Retreat I, ONIONS 2 Ibs. 17t Bar, Bar

F0 Parade, a table will be set up near
MME the Reviewing Stand at 3:30: ,.m- I. -
W :: Ne yFRE S1I IN F 4 where discharged veteran of FRESH TENDER GREEN '
i1 n and the next-o -tin "c BRIGHT SUL SOAPFLAKES
World War
S Nf R '
o c OU of deceased veterans may present 1 I BEANS 2 Ib5.N. For Saks ,
SD s papers showing their eligibility for And Woo Pk7e. 25C
the World War II and the American I
Defense Medals. Y. STATE
The awards will then be made In CELERY LARGE 2 I c
connection with the other presentations 2 BUTCHES ANN PAGE PUREGRAPE
While going today only to 25c
.,; #;., other distributionsof JAM lb. jar
) these medals will be made after CAL. RED BINGCHERRIES '
:. Makers of Durkee's Margarine Aug. 15, through regular channels. Ib. 39c:

: Proudly Announce the Appointmentof A & P CREAM STYLE fCft

:'; ,.' WHITE SEEDLESS R M Golden Sweet JL i C
35c n
GRAPES 2 Ibs. Grade A. No. 2 CanA

.: : : : H I MARKET

I 121 W.

.:k I in w.tad soot APPLES gX, Z ">>,. 19c SPINACH Grade A 13cNe.
i i Near Eiilretd I Can
-. ; 3350 S. Dixie Highway ii I FREE PARKING
: Orlando Florida For Oar Cnt mtr Only

.. .- I Fryers, lb. _Sic i

: .. Now exclusive wholesale distributor I Hens, lb. .__.V 55e CIGARETTES 2w&CARTON \3Sc

: for the Greater Orlando Area II Ducks, Young, lb. _____38eLrvcwtifht. CAL. FRESH 27c
w. ..... ..m free DATES BlK: oz. I
I I $1.75
' a Can
i.-, III Orange Juice, 2 for 25c I
{ M.. 2 CH
k'. ... . I I lima Beans, 2 for _27eTurnip I MARCAL PAPER TEANAPKINS2
,. .
; ; I Mw I Caa
i f a ayi Greens 14c

a ; :c ,=; . Ask Your Grocer ForDURKEE'S II III Sweet Nw. 2Vk Can Potatoes-_25c Pkgs. 27cFKGE. LARGE RINSO 30c

; I'! M*. s eKelly .. OF 30 PKGS. .
.O.t: : 'JII 1 I Field Peas _18" MED SIZE

a5 :> MARGARINE M*. a,c*. PKGE. l"c

: -. .... ,,.-... I i 1 Kidney Beans ;__15eI I
: ,,'. He has Durkee's, the margarine with the country-fresh flavoror ; .-' I Lge. Milk, 3 cans __ 35c

Potatoes, 10 ibs. _47c SOAP FLAKES
'. he can get it by calling E. R. Gertner b Company II Mann Fruit Jars, dor. 70r LUXLARGE

Telephone: 8488 Onions, lb. _8c 30c

'. IM law M I*. AND U L."
111 W. Fairbanks
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Friday, August 1 1,1947 (OOdnnb 1nrntng &rnttntl Page 3cp. I
__ _
f Greeks Seek Aid of UN 'Force'out '

Banks Cash G! Bonds 2 4
LAKE SUCCESS. N. Y. [ I side the UN if the council againi I May Sept. >
Greece charged formally I -frustrated" by a Soviet veto.

day that Albania Bulgaria The complaint was the most WASHINGTON [U P1 The 1 siderable delay. Bonds must |['authorized redemption agents of\ What Makes
laid before the UN bel
aggression"Yugoslavia were guilty of and serious had ever the foil backing of Treasury advised ex-GIs last night cashed at local banks or the U S. Treasury. i II 1
and asked the I
Nations Britain and the United States. they can cash their terminal leave Coffee"G00d"tof
Security Council to
force if necessary to halt the The Greek charge apparently bonds at any bank on or after Good
tacks. out-was the first step by the Western Sept. 2, simply by showing their
Greek Fbrelgn Minister powers in retaliation for Russia's discharge papers.
daris told the council that veto on the proposed UN border sseleCtedtyp
three Russian-sponsored watch in the Balkans. But it urged ex-servicemen not : Beech-N having a spe:
, were"being encouraged by a to cash their bonds unless it was I I IIJJIJ4 coffee beans--each combined
ber of the Security Council. Sulfur is used in many things \: "absolutely necessary." About $l-l AU are carefully and
obvious thrust at Russia- I I from. food to matches and medi- '' 800,000,000orth of bonds are! .< cial function. aroma body, flavor,
r I I ofBeechNut
threatened to seek a remedy cine.SOAP outstanding. yOU the cup
to give found in every
Procedure for cashing bonds will .: quality
be the same as that for redeemingwar distinctive
bonds, the treasury said. EiA\iiJi fJll1 Coffee
Under law passed by Congress and
signed by President Truman vet-
SALE erans hare the option of turning flayorl"Vacuvmpacked !
their bonds in for cash at once can't mistake the
or holding them for five years "You
and getting 2'i per cent interest. : y
"There is no time limit within
Y n which the bonds must be cashed" 11 ,. ,. .
IIN1111N A 1xk
1I the treasury emphasized. "Int.erest -
does not stop until the bonds 55
o mature in five years and the xx S
t. J J.f longer a veteran holds his bonds
the more money he will receive
eel -I s I .f 1 when he does cash them."
I J The Treasury said it expects
Quantity'' Rights Reserved C V to cash about $1 billion worthof
Prices Good Thru Sat., Aug 2 d W the once. It hopes
the bondtat million will
Large Size Ivory JEAN BROWN, 21 [above], is be held ,
this year's "Miss Hollywood"and The Treasury statement emphasized -
SNOW Pk31o will compete in the annual that: I D
"Miss America" contestin 1. Banks or other financial institutions 1 ,
... I authorized to cash Fed- 1 .
Atlantic She her
Better Six WarsSWAN :o.4 City. won eral bonds should require each
?) ;' I Hollywood title over 25 other veteran to present his original discharge -
Soap W film capital beauties. papers as a means of iden-
I tification. If such papers are not
Large available paying agents should
Prison Fines "exercise exceptional care to see 4c vas,.
that the right person, is gettingthe I
The Sweet S For Dr. 2. Veterans who mail their:
I Pepper in glass
SWEETHEART17c PALMOLIVE25c bonds to the Treasury War and or
tin containers both Steel I Cut.
Navy Departments or Veterans :
Re I'. 2 Ue. Heads OrderedSANTA Administration for cashing are (Regular Grind)and Drip Grind.
2 Cakes Cakes just wasting their time and caus-
FE. N. M. rAP A. M. ing unnecessary work. They will
Bartlett. Hobbs N. M..Dr. Pepper Just be mailed back, after con
Safe In Water-Safe In e Bottling Co. official yesterday was -
fined $30,000 and sentenced to
five years in Federal Prison, and -
LUX FLAKES Sm. 12lc Lg. 32c Mrs. Trudy S. Edwards was sen-
tenced to one year in prison on
their convictions in two Govern PUBLIX SUPER MARKETSFORMERLY

ment sugar Government fraud indictments.The charged they.

UltraRefinedCLOROX were responsible for illegal with- ,
drawal of 1,250,000 pounds of industrial -
rationed sugar and Its
diversion to soft drinks manufac-

1tV ture.Bartlett was fined $10.000 on ALL AMERICAN FOOD STORES
each of three counts in the first
indictment which charged he and .
1/2 27c Mrs. Edwards falsified ration .
records at the Lea County State
Bank and was sentenced to serve Free 2203 Edgewater Drive College Park Free
five years on each of four counts. ,
The fines were cumulative,but the
Fare Palm A OUT Oil sentences are to run concurrently.
Parking Parking
Mrs. Edwards drew one year 1114 East Colonial Drive Colonial Town
PALMOLIVESic I SUPER SUDS on run each concurrently.In of the four. counts, to ,

t Rer.Cakt
which the two were convicted last
30C week of conspiracy to defraud the -

United probation States.for Bartlett five years was follow-placedon CAMPBELL'S TOMATO GRADE A BEECHNUT STRAINED 3 JARS t.-\ .
OctagonFLAKES OctagonPOWDER ing the termination of his prison

viction.sentence fines Mrs.assessed, conditioned Edwards in1'the on was other paymentof placedon con- SOUP 3 CANS 25c WESTERN BEEF BABY FOOD 25c ; ' LIe. two years probation.
:::. 30e 15c 22c

Hargett Will Leaves


Ave.Edgar who Hargett died June 1225 28.W. Central left an PEAS No. 2 10c
$11,000 estate to his widow Mrs. PRESERVES 39c can
for Large Blanche R.Hargett in a will pro- .
3 17c
Cake bated yesterday by County Judge I
Victor Hutchins. Mrs.Hargett was SWIFT'S ORIOLE


I T J) '" 1 Mix Pickles 19c SLICED BACON Shortening $1,19 .


-S: I1 IEAy4lb.pkg.21c TREET can 33c

4ft/1'81/1ove this


(j gr"7'; dl' ttl6Iia1 -' MUSTARD BAR 9cSNIDER'S WIENERS COLD CUTS or Ib.59c RITIlge. pkg. 25cRITTERS


.. 32c 2 CANS
RIBS lb. ,;!k
,.- ; :
'. ,-.' rtrMiI1Tg : ELBERTA FREESTONE Pork & Beans 25c '

.; o Golden Corn lie I PEACHES 3 Ibs. 19cI5c

yror tAt.


white OPENS EASTpUICTl Large Pkg. 25c 3 for IOC

MIRACLE WHIP 8 OZ. JAR ___ 15c u. S.N0.1 1 Cashmere Bouquet Octogon. SoapPOWDER

\ &Pwhea1 1 Zlp[ It Opens. Salad Dressing 29cMOTTS POTATOESFIRM 2 for SOAP 23c 2 for 15c

Mothers,watch your children go for bread when SUPER SUDS Britcx Soap
newTwin-Packloaf that has QUART
you serve this! wonderful
two separately wrapped halves with white bread in re +'" Large 29c FLAKES

one half and wheat bread in the other. Grown-ups- l4alf White-Hall Wheat APPLE JUICE 23c 10 L6. 45c Small 2 for 25c: 2 large Pkgs.2ge

like it,too-that's why more and more women dailyare Separately Sealed. .

buying Southern Twin-Pack 2-in-l for their fam- Palmolive Soap KARO SYRUP
ilies. Remember,only Southern Twin-Pack 2-in-l has Reg. 2 for 17c Red or Blue

the exclusive features shown in the pictures at right. No. 2 can 17c Bath 2 for 25c Pint Bollla 19c

For fresh bread enjoyment every day, buy Southern BradVarietyt RIPEBANANAS 1,
3 Z9c
Bread the Twin-Pack way. o .L ar.n. 3 Ibs. Tail Era p. ;:



i.1 I I SoerA4 . Bread N2 25c HONEY DEW MELONS 2 for 15c. 3 cans 33cJ

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LOWER 'a -If Its aawhtcofr Sen. Bilbo Puts On BEAC ky
.a Tim. w. I
Price of Meats
L OANf iin naIt"
La ,, Disappearing Act; _

IfittallmcntDept.. To BuyersWASHINGTON Politics Suspected I i tI
ate floor (1 JACKSON:: Miss. (UPI The I
FIRST NATIONAL lANK* I whereabouts of Sen. Bilbo. fD-

....b.r rtdtral Dtpott IMUTHIM Carom:: rAP The Agri- ew' c w. MissJ remained a mystery yester-
culture Dept. said last night meat day.The 1 I Qt4a
prices may come down in the Fall Y. I Senator was reported seen
WANT\ FAST HELP from and Winter, but the amount will I'I in Jackson: Earlier his secretary 4 I kT .a .
be governed largely by consumers said he had continued to Poplar- r
rule while awaiting an appoint- p
themselves. j
GETTING UP NIGHTS? It said that if demand for meat ment at a New Orlc*.:, nospital.. I for dishwashing w><>t ,a 5.

..'. .... continues strong, the price decline] Meanwhile Bilbo's, physician t ,ga!IlCtt g o QO i
H geed for you folk who may be modest. But prices would I Dr A J. Podesta said his patient for washing woolens a r
ItIV to lit up.t night to p...water,bar I drop substantially by late in the had been feeling "pretty COCKJ: j
backache,too,because. of miner functional J year It added should consumer and had insisted on driving to for finest fabrics
hInq: di.osdwThr.
Jaskson from Vicksburg. political
I incomes and spending decline ma-
*MMnbona ago*fatnoui doctor obceners began to speculate that My
deTclofwd a medicine for this v ry trouble. I terially. the veteran political leader's re
Now million hav. rued it, often with I The Department made no poned'lsit to Jackson might be i iFSClGE! i..L trar.M.j y
ma ingly fait cffectiT rwulU.Th medicina I forecast as to future consumer
connected with "politicking" in
u Dr. KJowr1 Swamp-Root, nail demand and income. It noted 4.I
rf 16 berbs, roots, Yecetabtec and bal- that employment and national next: week's primary.
Mall-tI'UlYIlaWre's own way to tali.[. income have risen to record -- -
IniUntly you uka it, it atam to work
flashing oat kidneys . incrcaw the heights.
flow of wtoa, helping to reiser. eaceu The prediction of possible lower ---
acidity . ao Irritated bladder let. prices is based on prospects that
food auabioc out,too.Caution: Take aa marketings of slaughter hogs and Wind Up
lireeted.You'll aay it'.m.n.lous.For cattle will increase in the Fall II-CL lke
free trial wpply;write Dept. j>, and reach a peak in the Winter. +WATCH OUT!
Kilmer h Co.lac.Box 12SS,Stamford yh ,BUBBLkBATH
Conn. Or |(t fulUued bottle CIlwamp.Root Nearly one-third of American
$ today at your drugstore.
farms raise cotton

I 6e
1 1 ..

I British movie star, reports that
I jewelry valued at $20,000 had '. -
been stolen from her London

925 S. Division 532 W. Church St. Hyde Park district apartment. SATURDAY THURSDAYFRIDAY, J ORA NGE AT PINE QUAATtflfS TO LIMIT An Amazing h'-rWIND-W: Toy: EPSOMSALT tic Pe..a I


BABY BEEF SPECIAL HigginsShipworkers _____-i___ JUMPING 790

ROASTOUR CHUCK Ib. __________39c Return To Their JobsNEW .v JEEP . ; Be

SHOULDER, lb. _______45cSTEAK ORLEANS UPI! Striking I Bucks,whirls,zig-zags: (Limit t)
shipworkers at two plants of Hig- never goes" straight
gins, Inc., filed back through the RBSORDBME JR 69"
CHUCK, Ib. __________33c.45e gates to bV rehired yesterday. but 5125 \\ never gets
not all of them got their jobs back. Colorf,1 r
CLUB, lb. ___________ The CIO Industrial Union of VALUE (uSHAMPOO -. 1) METAU29& 39c Pint/
Marine and workers WALGREEN j
ROUNDlb.55cLARD ended its week-old strike uncondi- A __ WiTCHHAZEL
tionally at both the Hugh Michaud r
plant and the smaller ship repair ...y 1
Worrell's I lbs- plant on Industrial Canal. .Mmrrt. WALGREEN'S New
2 45c A company spokesman said 29c
Pure "loafers' and disturbers who quit '! . Ch cIuteodaJJ
their jobs will not be reemployed. .
." (Limit t)
t 1) Your"King"of Sodas

i for 29c ... ----.a)' ..a tantalizing treat
I MILK GrGCeil8rder 3 ACL Pays $249,000 .... loyallr presented in a '
(.iT '
Georgia Income Tax I t tCTTh greaming metal stand 12 9-inch

ATLANTA (API) A check for A E 16t 2 Scoops (and BIG!) '
WESSONOIL $249.985 was given the State of f ef Smooth lee CreamWafgreen's PAPERPLATES
Snow Drift
rrtJ9 Georgia yesterday by the Atlantic l Flavor-
Coast Line Railroad in full settle-
3 Lb. Con __ OLd07TLE (Limit 1) p+rlock Chocolate
II ment of a back income tax assessment i .
FAMOUS 39c that the company had L .. 2' And a Creamy Billow!! '
appealed unsuccessfully t9 the U. ..
$1.25 I 82c of Whipped IOC
STEW Qt. S. Supreme Court. Revenue Com 100. Topping
llb.4ec.CAN Glenn S. Phillips said the judg- 2 45t c
ment and settlement paves the SUDS for Super! 2BO
i way for the collection of apr roxi- VEL INSTAiiT' a
mately $1 million assessed against

five other railroads. price ......................
1 Pkg.rte price ...._..30cPk9
Georgia Grants PermitsFor 1 Regular CASHMEREBOUQUET

) Oil Machinery Haul NOME NEEDSGREENS
ATLANTA tAP} Eight: Texas SOAP'
trucking firms were granted per-
mits by the Georgia Public Serv- t 1 L s .4j C I
ice Contaission yesterday to haul I coST )
oil well machinery within the r It
A 1 t529c State, indicating, they said, exploitation D I "Ut44r[ ,t ,
> ,1 Pkg::'/2 PIKE of untapped petroleum ,;::t 3 ."t \ .'
reserves In the near future. Intrastate j 98C \ -...'
PI-.( 'RIGUUa permits will be sought I fJ s;! :, ...r 'to'I lOc Size
1 "s; ,
'IICI .. ,
from the Florida commission Mon- t' .
44c lOc Value BeacAWHemmW/SU..t/
Veteran Sugeon, Author Dies i I C ., im
7 9
Dr. Charles Fox Gardiner. 89. vet- I
eran Colorado Springs physicianand DAUBEJi I 39
surgeon and author of the NO-NICK edges With Ke f/ImicaforELECTRIC
book yesterday Doctor after at a Timberline brief illness.died With Coupon 6c I '

Cartagena many bitter in Colombia sieges. withstood C @j I.,,r : i a FLAT IRON _I _J

Balanced 27c Yah' .
1(" _.. <-".;_'. cool/grip 3- I SACCHARINTABLETS
;; ; t',1
can "i. Chrome finished!
I 'fake
;, r DISc. Pkg.J C ; .:

you buy at thePREWAR t e DRVEST tOOTH Protect Your Eyes! /dc/e/ of Real Broom Corn lust T.let 1 Stroke

1r PASTE (Lum J)
:. BIG
PRICE? a'4 t 15c; lOt sll"| Do.L1e'j'r eJ; Chrome-cup C95included. ;a ... C **mlottte
At Wilgreen't for .3 7c / . ,VIt'i j.-
I TWIN i Walgreen values 10-m.!Metal cap &nag' ."* easytoclean.LIQUOR -' 100

;;;4ty ((1 ;7tct G \\PACK! r1 Ti 1 BUYS TABLETS

TISSUES 15 W. Fine SIC .


30 ,- .
a ...(ewe a-Letter? WINDWARDRUM

'Z'-. CLEANER a. 25' PEHWAY j KING a''. ., Medium Size

I E. ALKA- Wal PORTFOLIO 9 r L Whiskey I( )

Aptl ab. SELTZER low price . .* tmporivJ LOTION
i I'ro'r 86 Proof
t111111111ttt Paper,envelopes 80 CUBWHISIEY .

49c n $1-59 rte 40.1profih1..ok.... 15,71 5Ih$2.59 59c

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VIL .. __ I
Large r d ge- I ; ::1 POI'

ChipfJ r':

32 e & ENVELOPES t .I"e. ,'

SAME PRICE . 25c al/ ,,
LI i 17 .
Cant ; I Now only '_ _ _ _ _ ..:/'-" ...&.
. I rUle white PaP .. .
,1 20, Federal Excise Tax Toi1etrin. '
on tuwoge oDd

Enjoy the' economy of Oa.kite- price, "in CLOTHES PINS SOc Jar 4-oaoce P nc. Abet!. 84c$1 DUNmi[

cleaning ,efficiency," for ,a .spoonful two does -So- perfect for I SmoolhHardwoocI.Non-Roll I FRESHDEODORANT I HENNEN ;dg.WClth. $1,3 9 LIGHTER

the work of a handful of ordinary and TypYWTHCOlPON i t and Street .
soaps picnics and mo 1.32 ;;
t t', QUINSANA .:.::r19C
cleaners tor trips. Contains IS O 9C CREAM fRTlTE Pouch
POWDERrr ( s . 59c
big half- r to $1.
I pound bags.Featured 1 (J ,\ \ j I 43 C 47C SO ROI-TAN CIGARS--

(Limit 25 only). j\\ ."' . .
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! $200 Minimum'Monthly Wage : II IIIi Ii Armour's Star
TREET 1201 can 35c
; ,
J i-;" For School Teachers. Favored iBy i I Ii I
; GEORGE GALLUPDrwtor I TRIPE, 24 oz can 33c
;," Amer on hst'' .ite cf Pub'':: Op;.".-on I
,,A PRINCETON, N. J.-An overwhelming majority of TONGUE, >i can 25c
1- American voters believe that public school teachers should
4 be paid at least$2,400 a year. i VIENNA SAUSAGE !
A national cross-section was asked: II: !
:i "It has been suggested that the lowest yearly wage\ i I ,2 can f5c
which could be paid-to any.l'rt ,
teacher in a public grade or high I IC Ir CORN BEEF HASH
school anywhere in the United 'rlanlm( iHnrntng Srnttnrl ,
[f States should be $2,400 a year- FRIDAY AUG. 1, 1947 PAGE 5 1 jl 1I No. 2 Can 25c
pi that is, $200 a month. Do you I
L* agree or disagree with this idea?"

;pi i-y The Agree response... : ..._:74: % l
% Disagree" _',"::::::::::: ...20 Kraft's
1 No Opinion .. .... 6
.::: California voters in 1946 approved MIRACLE
i a constitutional amend- 4
f; ment fixing at $%,400 the mini i
?: mum salary of all teachers in WHIP
. that State, is the highest anywhere 4 t ti
". in,the country. 80z.,2for35c
* The actual California ,vote 74
.1 per cent for approval exactly Pin! Jar 3lc
* parallels the results of the In-f i N+ _______ t
2: stitute's current national poll. NI
3 Several other States are planning I L I
1 to establish the same minimum. I ; i MAYONNAISE
When it comes to raising funds
*; to make the minimum possible I Pin! Jar _______39c
* 58 per cent of the cross-section I
I say they would be milling to pay I
| hightr: taxes if necessary to pay '
; teachers least $2.400 in a their year.communities This response at I i I '1 W i

from almost six out of 10 voters,
I is primarily a measure of the intensity
with which people feel' YOU LESS!
about higher wages for teachers
and is not related to any specifictax
. proposal. Grade A
i wage Approval proposal of the $2.400 is widespread minimum) OR LOIN CHOPS lb. 49c .
throughout all parts of the popu- CHAMP CRAWLER, crownedat I
lation. Farmers give it a slightly
smaller majority than other occupational the ninth annual Palisades diaper ____________Ib. 59c
groups; more women crawling race at
than men approve it. I Park, N. J., is 11 months-old
Those favoring the proposal cite No Waste
'Peter Rutenberg [above], who
the high-cost-of-living as a principal -
reason. They also point out I'"covered" the 25-foot distance _________. Ib. 55c
that establishing a minimum from starting line to Mama in I
salary is probably the only way I 4 minutes, 25 seconds. :
to raise teaching standards and .- ---
that teachers have been underpaid I I .................Ib. 55c
I suggestion' saY that $200 a
for years.
Those disarreeinzith the j month is too high a figure that

living costs vary in different 21c
parts of the country, or that L
: : !
I wages should be based on ability
training and experience. i
.r Previous Institute surveys revealed .]I !i I .Ib. 69c
that school teachers gained'widespread ''I
I 4 public sympathy in I :
their drive last Winter for wage) ''
l increases. In February 64 per cent i 1'1'1'1'l !' ____________-Ib. 47c
of the voters believed schoolteachers ,I'
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not getting enough pay comparedto I DO
ALL only 44 per cent who held thatview I .._......_.Ib. 65c
ttttAa Tetutei in September, 1946. 1
s : Today teaching is far from a', BRISKET STEW lb. 35c
4tc an7I lucrative profession,with the average -

MONARCHASPARAGUS I $45 weekly teacher and receiving 200,000 getting less than less i COLD CUTS lb. 37c
than $25 a week. Educational: I"I
authorities believe that the $200a ,
month minimum will help reduce I I
i the shortage and turnover
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Page 6 Orlando f&mitarj "'S-ttttiurl. Friday, August 1, 1947 PAINTING-TOTAL PRICE $25.00 fI

I IT Truman Approves Appropriations I II j Our $25.00 Paint Job is only $25.00 unless you i J I
order extras-our finest Deluxe Jobs art also

I UN 'Nearest Practical I Answer'lCOPENHAGEN k ; I 1 I WASHINGTON yesterday signed API]'appropriation Pres Truman -- 803,188 asked.The less.than Truman originally I priced according to your order.STNERSPONTIAC.

bills totaling $608,810,012. vetoed second bill appropriating
n W Colonial We em for and dtUttr. Than ttntDiit.
(API The ; objectionable feature of its whole : the UN of Article 46 would a bill for a commemorative $106.695 100 in supplemental funds
United Nations is far from perfect I structure. "make for an upset in our Wisconsin half dollar and received for various agencies. is largely for
He said Baptists also must oppose -I domestic affairs and interference I a the new Dutch ambassador, Dr. the Postoffice Department. It is
from a Christian viewpoint but article 46 of the proposed UN : in our religious liberties." Ecclo Van Kleffens. $135590360 less than the Presi-
Baptists accept it as the nearest I International Bill of Rights, providing The Congress heard a report He passed up a news conference dent asked.
"practical answer to Christian demands that "ethnic linguistic or religious from E. Schroeder. leading German -| but found time to fix the An $11 million fund for check-
in building a righteous minorities shall have the. Baptist who said the churchin open season and shooting limitson ing loyalty of Government em
society that has yet appeared," Dr. right to establish and maintain:, Germany lost practically all its wild fowl. The dates vary by ployes is provided for in the supplemental -
Joseph M Damson executive sec-I out of an equitable proportion of I I members between the ages of ;0 States measure
retary of the U. S. Baptist Joint any public funds available for the and 50 during the war and that One of the appropriation bills
Conference Committee on Public purpose their schools and cultural I approximately 12.000 Baptists F carries $302,123,912 for nonmilitary Traffic deaths in the United !
Relations said yesterday. I and religious: institutions" faced "..n unknown future" in |I functions of the Army, States have, declined from about!,
Dawson told the second full 1 Baptist claim appropriation of Soviet dominated territories" of chiefly flood control and navigation 20 per 100 million motor vehicle'1 1I 4meriC1'Sfjpestt
meeting of the Baptist World Alliance -: prbuc funds for such purpose is East Germany: and Poland. I improvement work by I miles in 1925 to less than 10 in
's Seventh Congress that the I a violation of the principle of I Schroeder said there were about I Army engineer. It Is S117- 1946.
State I 120000 Baptists in Germany before - -
veto power of Great Powers in the reparation of Church and
UN Security Council was the most Dawson said adoption by I the war, 50.000 of them living
_, I II' I I east of the Oder and Neisse Rivers
: about half of whom now are livingas L I
refugees in the Western Occupation -
BLENDED BY EXPERTS i Zones.Obituaries ( I I 1 :lvASLifr4flz : Sf


I The body of Miss Carrie B.
Boyd who died Wednesday! in a' I '
local hospital will be forwarded 4.r. i
by Eiselstein-Wigginton Home for .
I Funerals to Greenwood for funeral -
I services and interment. : $115,000 IN JEWELS are )
Miss Boyd is survived by two shown above adorning the neck
I aunts Mrs. Kate L. Wilson and and wrist of model Meg Colbyas s
I Mrs. Octavna Jones. Shipley. .
she displays them at the

i MR WILLIAM: M LOE Jewelry Industry Fair at Chicago -
Mr. William M. Loe, 86 died The diamond necklaceis ) d I

Thursday at his home at Lock- valued at $57,000, while the c: r
hart. He was a resident of this
Since 1837The the diamond
section since 1925, coming here price tag on I -
bracelet reads $58,000.
from Ohio. 1 e
He ins urvived by a niece. Mrs L'ckfY good! Try 1m.I fresh lr a 1
Alma Smith, with whom he lived
"Prch Egg Deluxe"! i

J I at Funeral will be held at GOT A BOIL ? CURLY Spread crisp toast with t I ICudahy' r 0 n m1

2:30 p.m. Saturday from Eisel- t Puritan' rn
Bunk: I I stein-Wigginton Home for Funerals APPLY Genuine Deviled Ham j, e S'

I with Maj. Paul Crank officiating SOOTHING .. zesty with rare apices! Then top e a
Interment will be in Greenwood -
It with a poached egg! Mmrnmrn! b

(COOKS ARE BORN Cemetery. flntipMogistine
Services for Mr. William Mc- (STATUE NOW AT YOUR DRUGGIST
C. G Sauna Dist. Ce.
Cabe, 70 119 E. Smith St., who
The TruthGWTPmRY I died Wednesday. will be held at 2 Orlando--, Fla
pm. Saturday at Fairchild Funeral -
I Home with the Rev. F. W. .
i Avery officiating. Interment will
CAN NOW BE MADE IN EVERY HOME I be in Woodlawn Memorial Park.
I An Orlando resident for 20
: Sears, Mr McCabe moved here
jf/ Homemade pie with the flaky crust I from Battle Creek, Mich. He is f
r. survived by his widow Mrs. Maude CCO
he loves!That's what any wife can cigaretteLUCKY

I I .- give her husband now:-with the I Brooks.McCabe; Arlington a sister. Cal Mrs., and Grace a in a
rin .
.t new Pillsbury Pie Crust :Lx.Tender I brother. Willis L. McCabe, Los :
"Id flaky crust every time. You Angeles. :

can't miss. Use your own favorite I S.
;: fillingrecipeorseeAnnPillsbury'sspecial MRS. MARTHA AMES
the Services for Mrs. Martha Ames,
recipes right on package.
327 E. South St.. who died Wed- r
nesday, will be conducted from a vK '
Tender, "short" erust-the Carey Hand Chapel by the Rev.J. -: e t,, : YL)9I4

flaky kind T. Dingley at 2 pm Saturday. _
Interment will be in Greenwood -
Rich flavor of fine shortening I Cemetery. *
An Orlando resident for 22
Warm brown color I )ears, Mrs. Ames was a memberof ;!' \ ,
I the First Baptist Church and 'a7P
+ Cuts at touch of a fork Orlando Choral Society.
I ? r v f 1h I She is survived by a sister. Mrs.

r k'' Mixes quickly. Soft, pliable, I Hattie Newton, Orlando three
i I lTb1lyll? rolls out easily nieces and one nephew.

f 1; t,
Doesn't stick to hands or rolling FUNERAL SERVICES:
l1h I'i, pin For Mrs. Eldie Maher Newton,
who died Tuesday at her residence 4'
a t a.r'' '/ <:7t '/ I'1 .I, Doesn't break apart when 26 E. Pennsyhia Ave.. Mrs
will be conducted by the Rev. W.
lifted into
i a 'e lf n I pan R. Clarke at 2 pm. Friday in the

Edges seal easily Fairchild Funeral Home. Lucerne t ', :4 fi- ,, y
+ ,
/ .
f Rebeka Lodge No. 36 will have ..
r charge. It is requested that flow-
Fast-fix less time than
ers be omitted.
j /. ) takes ercn to heat

/4 I For Mrs. Grace E. Beecher, 70.
All do is add cold water
you 116 McKee SU who died Tuesday,

out of the tap,mix and roll outPillsbury I Carey will be held Hand at Chapel.4'p,m. Friday Interment from ;.'r baF ; cSd; t r ',. 4 i I ::+, Jil, -' I .,/2 % )

r 4t +
will be in Delaware, Ohio.

memory ef my mothtr, Mrs. Lettic ,
.... frcr4
Connell who dIed one year
Friends mty think se have Jon often,
r When at times they see us smUe.
ate s-< But little do they know the hrarttrhts .P . ,
That our imllei tilde all the while. ,y fkS; t l .3r. tk r
Days of sadness sitU come over us
Secret tears da often flow. .. '
But memory keeps her ever near us. ?
Thoutht the died a year ass
PIECRUSTJ Sadly missed by: Mr I. Connell
Mrs Louie west
I Joyce, Ruth and Louise
: Connell

I MIX I Cleon ConnelL and Jimmy i1'i; ); b 'if C k'(,

I, More than 2 million tons of sulfur -
are produced in the United
I CPJLL.IM ,'- States annually. -

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#i ... : 95 OUT OF 100 DOGS 60 FOR DASH! STRIKE presents THE MAN WHO KNOWS-

1 : vw Impartial feeding tests in homes and ken-
S. ads prove 9)oat of 100 dogs take to Dash #
eagerly right from the start t lF


J,\ : LM "I was born on a tobacco farm and I've sold tobacco at e v _

# auctions for over 19 years. In all that time I've seen
H( c. the makers of Lucky Strike buy fine, goodtastin's R fJ 4

Y ;' tobacco . tobacco that's got quality, real quality." R

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I Kentucky, has been a Lucky Strike smoker for 22 yean ;t4'.1 E Sr.

a So remember... t C 't G R E

I See the difference Dash makes In looks; I I / I Ft S /

appetite, disposition I IT g' s/rn

'\ tch tot brighter eye,glossier coat,steadier nerves when you 0 ,
feed your dog Dash..For Dish is a nmfUu food for dogs ow aaat
unsurpassed by any dog food today in its fine quality locrednems.
AfOTtMf, Dub it ftrttfrd tush tiMT-ncbtft tf.U mtattn
: tinlttj lrt/ *:, mtnnlt wad Fit.miu lap *** fir "fa /UCKY STRIKE MEANS! tiNE TOBACCO
: health! Its nutrition has been kennel tested on generations of
Jojs by Armour scientists!Remember uere'S only one Dash

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Counties Need $565,000 To Bolster School Lunch Program'Board


T TOI TI Friday, August 1, 1947 % ((9rlan&u morning Jrrntttifl Page 7 -

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Reports I Enjoys u Citrus School 1

Ports7Rate FSU t 18 Families I,
Hearing on Reports .

Federal Funds Rain RespiteCLEWISTON : !! Await Eviction Opening Set .

(API I A one-day Bid ConcludedMIAMI Room ShortageTALLAHASSEE |I At MiamiMIAMI I i i i';o :;' '- 0' o njc N40-n o ser-hr'l1i

Cut Drastically respite from two months of daily I I I i i LAKELAND-Heads of the :Hor-

rains was recorded in the Ever- [AP] The Interstate Commerce Commission [TAP1 Newly coeducational BEACH API Eighteen ; ida Southern College citrus school

glades jesterday hearing on South Florida's bid for parity Florida State Univer- families including 13 children in ;! the first comprehensive coHege
APt The exportimportrates
TALLAHASSEE State Rainfall had slackened off for sity is up against a problem of i
DnMftowftt. t>t Education yrster4 three days except for one brisk with Gulf and South Atlantic ports ended late yesterday housing for an expected record the David Court Apt awaited" course in its field and its research

., Nand.. on Florida counUrs toM shower which boosted the level of : as intervening ports completed their opposition. enrollment of about 3.800 students eviction notice last night and program. will assume their duties
.<> .....eeo to match a draiiraUr Lake 1 and an expanded faculty this Fall. weren't taking it lying down.
Okeechobee by .03 of a foot : The port of New York permitted by the ICC to participate today in preparation for the first
reined Federal appropriaMm Officials of the university. They decorated the front of the
on July 29 But the 24 hourpe 'I .
only "conditionally" in the Fall term classes Oct. I. Dr. James
.* 1141 MO far next yearsatifcM riod which ended yesterday was : l which as Florida State College for building with signs which read:
***** program the first such period since: May 23 hearing was the final intervening; : Women housed most of its stu- "Look at these monsters landlords B. Redd is director of the school l

ffeftwaUr apfrivinc the fund dl when not even a trace of rainfall j I. port to present objections to the !fish Disappear dents on the campus. sent out a ": "We have been framed:' and David R. Lansfitt director of
. fwmula. of the new State and Hitler would heil if
.UHOiiH was recorded pleas of Miami. Port Evergladesand call yesterday for Tallahassee residents jell he the citrus' research program.
aij...*. fcw. Mra. Thflma FlanaI Several thousand head of cat- Fort Pierce. i, to list their spare rooms saw this."
ta. AUte e* ool lunch aupervUor, for rental by students or faculty I I With the advice of the citrus
t i tie were reported on the mote to Sheriff's
MIN else to the .1 counties noU- I The complainants defendant Pres. Doak S. Campbell said I were enduty Industry advisor committee 1
hither round as flood conditions I to prevent destruction of
railroads and other intervening ; From Markets
ftttUMi fill Iwv much: they winrweft continued. In most instances !' I advance registrations indicatean property but Deputies R. J. I curricula for one-, 111'0and
a.d hew morn they mill GEORGE H. ASBELL has ports indicated they would ask j enrollment of 420 women and four-year courses have been de-
rev the movement was for Hard re' and VMiller: said 'I
the ICC to strike New York'sintervening I
here *. i**trtbnle .10 continue I normal I veloped and a college bulletin
pp about 200 men above
signed as State motor vehicle short distances and three was j they had experienced no trouble.
petition and
eraltan *f there proframa at last rAP 1 Few capacity of housing units and I describing the program will be
teati, "f'l when 1 1.193.000 In commissioner to become general stock no general out of migration the Gladelands.of live- dence from the records. Florida fish dealers had bream cancellations are not as heavyas Judge Norman Hendry, in CivilCourt distributed early in August.

...1 l i* ...r "aa available, superintendent of o port The hearing, which began last in past years of Records gave the families i I
During: the long wet period.Cln'iston perch or crappie on stock yester- To give the student a well- -
a. ...... them too that ..1.) i three to .
construction project for the Wednesday ended with 178 exhibits I A new womens dormitory is days move in decidinga
had 23.04 inches of rain. rounded knowledge of citrus. the
day as the State Game and FreshWater
Itqg/M. MaMijr eoMrtfcution arepffwoaahe !suit bv the owner. Mrs. V. B.
Venezuelan freight rate tabulations under construction but it will not
Gov. Moore Haven 23.48 inches, and '
four-v leading to
government a
Fish ear
Commission's ban 1 program
41 for the neat school on Granat. who said she had to refurnish -
and charts-entered as evidence be completed before the second
Coldwell Belle Glade 24.OS. ''B.S.
sold commercial degree in citrus represents
yesterday. netting in Lake Okee-
.., Or-ama hat Indicated it and the structure.
Testimony covered almost 1800 quarter of the regular term. repair !'
Lake Okeechobee average level study of all
chobee and the St Johns comprehensive
.W Nuire,1 au or rotuvty" match- of River : The tenants said they had
pages transcript. 'Everv effort will be made to
17.17 feet abov
yesterday sealevel. Actual
was of the
became effective phases industry. opt
Mave Federal mill, I scoured the city unsuccessfully for
leg money ICC Examiner S. R. Diamondson take care of this critical situation
its maximum for the flood erations will be performed by students
be a.a4ft *te m the succeeding before whom the hearing was Commercial fishing had been Dr Campbell said. "Emergency new living quarters |
Hospital Probe period. despite heavy discharges i; carried in the ; whenever possible.
on two bodies since : The deadline for et
was *
held said briefs must be filed with i i comparable to those moving
1 ,
yearI. through the Caloosahatchee River the 1947 'I Ii To successfully complete the
Legislature declared
... .. the ICC by Sept 29. them for last night at midnight but no
I p U Ike Ie4eral fi.. and St. Lucie Canal I I t i i legally salt water and thereforenot during wartime are being used to eviction papers! were in deputies''hands course they will be expected to be
ernme.l Ka' financed nearly the Meanwhile Lamar Johnson. The hearing concluded with a under Game and Fresh Water provide additional housing. Smoking -.' That I familiar with nursery practices, to
formality is
entire ....... lunch prctramtk Planned by VA chief engineer for the Everglades brief rebuttal against the intervening Fish Commission Jurisdiction. !: rooms club rooms and so sibility for today it was said.a pos- evaluate rootstocks to recognize
slat, hat applied tame Drainage District.. reported at. port of Jacksonville by forth are being pressed into service and know control for the common
tfninhUalUe, aUrlr. and a West Palm Beach that U S. Army ; W W. Balkcom. manager of the However the Leon County and a careful study is being madeto ------ f t citrus pests. to recognise nutritiohI -
ff. .....Un hate paid .Ural' LAKELAND Engineers are working on a plan i Traffic Bureau of Tampa, co- Circuit Court ruled last week assure full ultilization of all I al disorders. to be able to perform
,.... and 'kh..htn., Administration official AP< A said Veterans for conservation in the Everglades. complainant with, the three that acts of the 1947 Legislature housing facilities ; Auto Tag Sales packing house operations to know
yesterday aimed at
Ufa. ". ...*. Mid the new the VA mould investigate other South. Florida ports. placing the waters I citrus laws and regulations to
I under the State Salt Mater Con- I
MOte.t tar mafcea u pa&e for romplainta by the Veterans of FLORIDA NEWS BRIEFS : New York's testimony was given servation Commission Man Bride Admit Ii understand the common canning
... 4slr ftu*. 10 buriet lunchroom Foreign Wars that veterans were by Edward K. Laux traffic man- are unconstitutional practices to be able to determine
from the apprepttatkxu of receiving improper treatment at ager for the Port of New York : I I Forging 40 Checks i I Set New Record : unit operations costs and know
fttate IMA** for current educa- the State Tuberculosis Hospital at Workers To Spray I authority. I, The Game and Fish Commission the methods of selling fresh and
anal eipe46ee Drew Field, Tampa. Laux declared that should South I I Monday gave commercial fish JACKSONVILLE uPI Im not 1! canned fruits
Her kM of ."*uAU available Dr R. O Ha thome, chief Dead Fish Along : Florida ports be granted rate par- !i:I dealers 48 hours in which to dispose worried about myself! :' Marion Mal TALLAHASSEE r fAPl The Stateof I
trim fund and the medical officer. of the VA'* seaknal itv with Gulf and South Atlantic I i of stocks of game fresh water 1;told the judge "I think if we can Florida in the first seven I II < Dick Aiken To Begin
anoua rewiUea. are expert*! to office at Pass-A-Grille. said Gulf Beaches Today ports it would "put the Port of'!I i fish and yesterday began inspect stick together he'll go straight" months i of this year has collected j;,
tonirtoirtf. Rut star included the VA would look into demands i New York at a serious disadvan- ing warehouses and stores to The 20-j ear-old bride of two $1.828.000 more from sale of auto- Own Local Radio Show

Atac... 114 34 and 17.112. Bay or the VFW that veterans be removed WORKERS WILL SPRAY col- 'I tage in competing for foreign I!I check compliance with the order. months stood beside her husband i i mobile license tags than it didi J' .o Or no 'Aj -i ng Seot*(H
III.MI and 17 WJ Broward 119.- from Drew. Field because' of dead fish along trade. I A survey showed very little: before Federal Judge Louie Strum. i i in the highest 12-month partedin i,.. SANFORD-Dick Aiken tenor
111 and III 4M>. Dade 1111.141 and of inefficient and unsatisfactory" Gulf beaches in the Sarasota area I Gulf and South Atlantic ports 1 I game fish on the market. Some She and her husband Anthony 26, : history. who recently brought national

HUM*. Dutal $$o.':j and !112.. medical service. with DDT today as a health now have rail rates on a lower wholesalers in Jacksonville and lof i Chicago. had pleaded guilty to I George II. Ashbell, motor vehicle recognition to Sanford while singing -
411. fMalMta ti.003 and $17,1$$. Pr. measure . Many beach residents level than those to and from New Tampa said they still had a small forging!: some 40 checks; commissioner reported on the Arthur Godfrey
K**bonwth 159129 and 147.6S3U M II. Draper, director of have buried fish which have I York, he said supply on hand but expected to' Mal! admitted that he stole 1947 tag sales so far have I pro-
.teI and 15.111. Leon $11111 .. the think Drew llo pital. said "I don't washid up near their homes Louis A. Schwartz, general manager ,I get rid of it yesterday. blank checks and a typewriter brought In $14,145,000.That i I gram.over will Sanford's begin a sponsored WTRR Radio program
and lUll,, Marion 113.013 and should be any com The spraying will be applied in of the New Orleans Traffic The Game and Fish Commis- forged the signatures and cashed: compares with $12.317000 :
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Station at :
Monday daily
plaint but I don't want to com.ment. regions not thickly populated . I I them. Marion he said, typed in pm
17491Ifenw I think we're II and Transportation Bureau, presented sion reported seizing only one for all of the record year of 1946 I I
I4J24 arid 13031 Oran running a Commercial fishermen have reported that city's testimony. He ; lot of fish, a barrel shipped from the amounts. and .is $2.338.000 above collectionsfor
,. >>O.lU and 125.1S3. Palm good place several masses of dead fish. I said New Orleans was not op- I Clewiston to Clearwater. The Mal was sentenced to two and a the first seven months of last
leach 133J57 and 110.373. Pinel.laa adjutant Carl Unton and VFdepartment '1' victims of the plague infiltrating posed to reasonable rates for I Clearwater consignee refused the !I hall years. His wife's sentencewas year. DEVOE
131 171 and 134.S43. Polk 131113 .- quartermaster made' into lower Tampa Bay. South Florida ports but it objectedto shipment and the commission I deferred. Automobile title registration fees I
and ,the charges here, jayinr the testimony !- ; * that would increase i I also far ahead of the
IZI.271. Putnam 1705 an equalization said the load was turned over are same i
and 14119 St Johns 17.129 and of former patients had THE SS FLORIDA, plying : New Orleans' import-ex- to a charitable institution I Jax Leads Nation With period last year Receipts so far PAINTSIt's
lt.292 8t Luele 15.293 and 14 024 caused the VFW to take its stand I I Miami and Havana i port ratesSchw Airlines bus companies and express amount to $293.000 compared with
.ara ou 111.091 and H.2I4 on the hospital
I.! 17303 and 11.0<<3 and Volu- upon arrival here today and will I the ports of Mobile Ala.. and of the ban on possession or trans- JACKSONVILLE t 1UP1 City officials Paints, as less than l.4 of your
e la 120717 and 117199 St. Pete Woman Found I i not make a return trip to Havana i. Lake Charles La.. and read brief portation of game fresh water fish ,I yesterday beamed with sat- I INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU IUYIAMnt paint dollar goes for paint I
-- 'i tonight. it was announced yesterday -1 statements expressing the objec- the commission ..
-- said. and warned'not isfaction over a report of the Na-
Dead I I
at Beach HomeI . . The Florida will be ;;
A mid-Atlantic rldir rlilnr again ,I tions of those ports to South Flor- to accept shipments i tional Safety Council at Chicago r; II
some |"" mtiei above the ocean<< 6T PETERSBURG API( I Mrs. I placed in service Sunday, officials ida's pleadings_ that Jacksonville now leads the T : CA I THOMASLUMBER
floor fitervU almost from pole Eva Alsman Fuller 48, at one time I said. __ I!I --- - 1 Residents of American cities of I 1!nation in reducing traffic deaths. I See Your

Ie pole WPA art director, was found dead Countywide Planning more than 100.000 population own A 69 per cent reduction .was I ManN T ftWIII CO.

--- at her beach home jesterday Ft. Lauderdale Bids !;I For Schools Studied i i 1113 motor vehicles for every mile ,scored here during the first half I 1 231 W. Gore Are Ph. nnCLOSING
Coroner Joe E. Carpenter said she $600,000 for Property I of streets in those cities of 1947 the report said A HOWf-TOWN TRANSACTION
had been dead since Monday when I GAINESVILLE (API County- \ -
ENJOY A CLEANWATERFRONT she apparently fell down a stairway >;ORT LAUDERDALE UPI The wide planning of the school serv-

and broke her neck. Fort Lauderdale City Commission ice program was under discusSion -
).1.-.. Fuller's body was found by .yesterday made a formal offer of !i at the University of Florida r
A<.aUe Or.wlh Kem.ve4 neighbors who, reported they $600000 for the Coast Guard i!ytsterday as school principal delegates '
Anywhere hadnt seen her for several days property at Lauderdale Beach. heard Dr. W. T. Edwards
BRUCE THOMPSON and'had observed open windows i i'The city plans to convert the 32I I president of the Florida Education

m e. Of.a(. At*. ... S-44M at her home during a heavy rain t,acre site into a recreation park as 1 i i Assn. keynote the day's program OUT SALE
Mrs. Fuller lived alone. part of a $7 million program .: with an address on Organization
The city first bid $25000 but I for Countywide Development of i
the property has since been appraised I Curriculum.The .
at $1 million. The Coast I three-day conference first
l Pfl.fir Guard is being forced to sell, in in a series. will close today
order to finance expansion and

facilities of its causeway island Hotel Men To Discuss
Your loan may b. 1 base at Miami Beach.

Insured to pay the Miami's Tax on Rooms -OF SUMMER

ntlrt balance In caw Gainesville Man Found I MIAMI r TAP I Francis Hamilton.

el death of borrerr of Kin president of the Greater Miami I
Guilty Slaying
1 a 1y Hotel Assn, said yesterday that
'rceI GAINESVILLE API W. R Andrews statewide opposition by hotel I
Gainesville insurance man owners to Miami's 5 per cent tax
... $.,.s 0.. MiILH Delle 3 late yesterday was convicted of :I on hotel rooms will be discussed
mm rattcwu. .crwt ntnuncB coaiwaATieN first degree murder in the slayingof 1 here Aug 12Hamilton .
i his brother-in-law, Carlyle : said State hotel men

I Ritch. fearful that other cities A pt
I The jury recommended mercy. were follow Miami suit in re'sses

ORLANDO REAL ESTATE Ritch Gainesville businessman I adopting laws for the tax. Miami
was shot June 14 following a I ordinance becomes effective Sept.
family argument, according to I i II, and is expected to raise $700,000
BUSINESS HOMES GROVESIf testimony brought out at the triaL annually 1

/ ft'* for sale/ pJion us, d Holdup Hearing Set ; Your Club Today I 1I I 1I .. .r ,

TAMPA (LAP Asst U. S. Atty. : ORLANDO: Ki ,tni( Club CofC Bldr.
will call
to sec .
WI you. 12 15 p m lions Club CofC Bldi 12.1$
John Hodges said yesterday Edgar I p.m VALUES UP TO
W. Jones. 27 would be given a BARTOW; Jthttnii Club Ollbrrt-Otk 8.75
Broker I Hotel' 12 OS p.m. j .
T. preliminary hearing before U. S. 1
COCOA: Elwinu Club City Hall. 12.1$
Com Paul Pinkerton here Aug. 12 pm.
na... A. Cfiabot AnecUtes A. G. Hollis on two charges in connection with I DELANO. : RotarY Club CofC Auditorium I fI
12.1$ pm.EUSTIS k. I f't'r
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of Published July. Labor dally except Dy. Thanksgiving Sunday. New Year's and Christmas Day. Fourth bv I F TODAY WERE Air Forces Day in'; TV** REMEMBER-WHHNTHEV BVSS / I4EN'PECK IS HE COULD HAVE fT.45 Reader Believes Fuller Warren I

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TELEPHONE-AM Departments 4161 in our nation today we are thank- HOUSE LIKE YOU DID LAST TIME- HEWASNT Orlando Morning Sentinel: I

M.itiN AMOIIUM. rWrsNt HINIT Inca E rrotiAt Dttcrrotlesirn ing the 2 million men who composed the :, MARRIEPTOTHATCRAaAPPLE I In my estimation Fuller War-

CAWTNOM. GIN. Met MANCII T. LAWRINCI. As,. OIL ren has the most brilliant mindin
C. W. LIHITT. Bus. Met. tour F. WALTH CLASS Ms*. U. S. Air Forces of World War II and we are HIM the South today. What a pity

Cik HMIMAH, MAHACIM h. NotstiT CCNSONNI. Sic TIIAS.HAIOI looking forward to the great task which DEAR WHATTOSAVSINCE HEWAS / he is not in Washington "hforf'
HAMILTON. CHL Met CHARUS MIBUM, Fuss Sun. SHE HAP SENTENCESTELLir46 his' talent could be of real service
I. W. LIMMON. Cor CII. MIL R. T. MIUI. Typo. SOFT. I lies ahead of the peacetime Air Forces. !; CXAV HIMSAVlNO. to the entire nation. for me certainly -

I The U. S. knows that to shoulder our ,: need men of his calibre In
Member of The Associated Press
p The Associated Press is exclusively entitled world responsibilities means a strong : times like these Howerer. Florida
to the use for re-publication! of all would have a wondetjul Governor -
news dispatches accredited to it or not military force. !' should this distinguished attorney -
otherwise accredited to this paper and I
r als> the local news published herein. I In modern war strength in the air spells run and the
.__ All rights for re-publtcation of special would be a stepping stone fot-1 -- --- -- -- - -- I
dispatches herein are also reserved. : victory. greater things to come. ,

. PAGE 8 FRIDAY. AUG. 1. 1947 I It follows then that strength in the air OL.B. I on the AdmiMMfM folknruMt raiwhtM put. tun: thraufh ff"U

in peacetime should, be a stern warning to > Thomas Miller Suggests ChargeBy : you ows .. tws ..... w... ,..
TODArS THOUGHT give on at ttm u tiwM > CUt-
nations with conquest as their objective. Part ?" A "I WMM." *. -.
Trash )
Jesus Christ the for Houfi'.ig Away
same yesterday, and today and
I Today we have 325,000 men in our Air you owned two ............ ulfl.
t forever.-Hebrews 13:8.: i Forces. I Editor. Orlando Morning Sentinel: you tw on* to th Party?" &. "I

The Mayor and city commissioners wftuM Q "If you wnkrt ,.. ..
I We are developing; p I a n e sand | have been wrangling about : .him would you Eve .. ...
From first
to 1t. Jesus is the the THERE'S
same always
i weapons which are amazing.; Howeverwe ONE how to raise more tax money for Party A, "!Ma. I ...... Ml.- Q

same-majestic and simple infinitely severe and i must remember that our enemies _1 J jIB-I fItI I BITE5 AT EVER/ PARTY- the city and the editor of the Sentinel Why not*" A. Brcau** 11....

infinitely gentle.-Napoleon Bonaparte. I has fired many blasts at th to own two silk Ihina-
aerial AND ORl4'YJ5l4
I were far more advanced with their I t A Homestead Exemptions of house Aad.aottlswithth.taaisssofa. -

weapons than we were when the war p I CAN ITCH owners. They art ala out far riftfI .

Helping Others To Help Ourselves i ended. We haven't caught up as yet. ; Here is a plan to raise untold I enforcement of the 1M per cent
BILL! ocurf 1 taxes from Orlando citizens who I I valuation taw when it rvfen. II'

INSPIRATION AND THE fire which feeds i These sobering facts should >e a warn __j.r- MAEXtWEWAiKP4J.. have their sidewalks strewn mith merchandise or Mocks and ......

it to great creative work, I ing. The Air Forces should get the finan- f= ZaM.-; YfTiP' .pw. --- trash for the city to haul a aji but when It t>omt. t* real mat

are supposed to be born of hunger. cial and moral support of every thinking i I I free.The well they happen to own real fatale -
should charge plenty<
but merchandMe and
The record of and writers American. Our national security dependsupon PITCHING HORSESHOES
great poets : to the owners for this service as stock and bonds
down through the centuries bears this out. their strength, their abilities and their no business man would haul it I ALFRED' R. DAVE

Joyce Kilmer it like this away for them except at an exorbitant -
put something : equipment.
_ _ _
Let the city
Tricks charge.
------ Fortune
"For nothing keeps a poet in his high a Superman charge at least $5 a full load and
Winter ParkBrevities
singing mood, like unappeasable hunger THE I MERRY-GO-ROUND I not less than $2 for small tot*.

for unattainable food." By BILLY ROSE sixth day of the offensive. the clouds lifted and There are citizens here who haw

SenateBy That's a cute chick over there on the pier." the P-47's began to slash the German armor on from eight to 10. or more loads of
Unfortunately hunger also breeds desperation Report on trash each year and they are the
yelled a soldier nudging; the sergeant! next to him the roads. Von Winther knew the campaign: was
and the willingness to try new and i at the rail. lost-and with it the war. There would be trials. ones that can afford to horoestead-pay. Why I, MAUAICT 64IINC
I DREW PEARSON charge that up to the
radical political theories as solutions. WASHINGTON-Now that the U. S. Senate The man in the sergeant's uniform moved away The generals might get off with jail sentences but exemption home owners? Or. do WINTER PARK Tht Tnon-

Communism thrives on hunger and despair.In has heard the last rap of the gavel and gone from the boy who had touched him. Physical con- not an S. S. Colonel who had devised several the city "Dads" think it wrong to day evening< suppers at the a.bu ..-

other words, hunger may be all rightas who elected tact of any kind had al- _ memorable methods for eliminating overcrowding charge for this senice? of Commerce are Knftfflfcd
home it is to let the voters
a furnace for literary genius but it is know about how their new Senators waysgivenhima: feeling 7jCeOfA.hcwas ;;; in cencentration camps. There are approximately 15.. to be resumed Au$. U MM can-
heady and dangerous medicine for the them of revulsion. He stood The first step in the plan was to have the commandant I citizens who have their trash haul- tinue into September.
stacked up in the arena of Washington. This there watching the tugs at Dormstadt shoot Sgt. Keefer and bury ed by the city each year. This Everything is set for the talent.

masses of humanity. session saw the largest crop of new Senators in worry the big Army trans him in an unmarked grave. The second was to t would net the city around J560.- show tontoht at the elementary
Her.ce the pressing need to fill the years including seven who previously served as uniform from the 000. which! is now free. You make school when younoters who made
port into its berth. A six- select an American sergeant's:
stomachs of Europe and other sections of a Governors. They were men of broad experience of piece band on the pier stock pile. and then make his way toward the us pay 10 per cent on all utility up the first. period attendance at
troubled and world. whom much could be expected.Out bills as a tax. why not tax this the YMCA sponaored Day Camp
searching Seventh Armored. The
playing Roll Out the positions of the American
of the entire crop however only four trash hauling? And. if this is perform for their parents and
Aside from the pure humanitarianismof achieved an A-l rating: Ives of New York and Barrel. A long strip of "\ third was to acquire a wound and place himsel not enough. tax each citizen who friend It.-m corutet af tldts.

a food relief program, it is a practical Flanders of Vermont. Republicans oilcloth tacked to a ware- where a medical corpsman might find him. walks or rides the streets of Orlando danees. *onf*. piano and other instrumental -

method of helping people decide political ( with Sparkman of Alabama'and house rea d. Welcome On the eleventh day of the offensive, not far -5 cents each day they use number Prise will

philosophies without the pressing insistenceof ;McGrath of Rhode Island Home-Well Done. '. from an American anti-tank gun position near the streets or walks. How about be awarded at that time for out {

"Well done indeed.'' Manhay. the Colonel-Sergeant took out a pistol : discussing this. Mr. Mayor and standing performances. .
empty bellies crying to be filled no mat- Democrats. All were a credit to
the sergeant thought."i. and shot himsrlf in the fleshy part of the upper ,, Commissioners, and put it into Advance registration mdteate:
ter how. their States and justified the confidence ,I In a few minutes he practice. a good attendance at the second
of the voters. arm.Five I THOMAS MILLER period which beams Monday MM!
would disembark. Demobilization days at a field hospital. A month in a
On the other hand four fresh- is open to youngsters of this are
FOOD INSTEAD of dollars
program and then hospital near Paris. And then several months doing .
THE man Senators rate in the dunce- Letter To fCC Trusts through August.
this has been America. There work Namur. Open
newspaper talking South payroll in a replacement depot at Mrs. Margaret Johannes left

about and urging for two months has all j [,cap Democrat class:, with O'Conor McCarthy of Maryland.of Wis- were friends in Argentina. And there was work After that, Le HasTe and the transport. Some Group To Hove Better Year Wednesday for Pittsburgh to visit

these philosophies in mind and several [consin. Bricker of Ohio. and Jen- 1' there for Col. Karl von Winther. S. S. Gruppen- questions here and there. but he knew the answers. Editor. Orlando Morning: Sentinel: her mother for a. .lDOOth.Dr. .

down-to-earth political business fuehrer. late of Hitler's personal staff.It His medical record-lost of course. Who cared? letter to the Flonda Citrus and Mrs. Mack: Ctoqatr are
angles. ner of Indiana, Republicans. In Open
had been almost too easy. His dog-tag read, The war was over. Commission: spending two months on a tour of
In other sections of the world's respects/Bricker. McCarthy
greatest some "Reefer. George: -ASN 95010158-Blood type 0- Here he was now. 15 yards from American soil. A You have been selected to manage the South and Southwest.
food producing nation agricultural peopleare .and Jenner were no worse than : Religion P.:' His service record stated: "Born thousand dollars in back pay waiting for him at one of the largest industriesin Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brune plan

beginning to think along the same lines. Pearson two or three' of their freshman' Des Moines. Iowa. Widower. Children-none" Unless the separation center. In addition, a $300 bonus. North America. namely to harvest to spend next week at Midnfcrht

Calvin L. Skinner, secretary of the Tri- colleagues. except for one thing-their constant somebody checked fingerprints at the separation His chances of being discovered now-a million to and market the Florida citrus Pass on the Gulf Coast.
of braggadocio brought them more public' I Miss June' Nelson who attendedthe
State Packers' Assn. up Maryland way has babble center his chances of being detected were- one. No need for that little cyanide capsule in his crop.
Unhereity of New Mexico for
attention. the Americans phrased it-one in a i, This season the people and industry -
this to about it. how was it jacket pocket.
say I Here is a partial box-score of new Senators in I i have faith in you and your the first half of the Summer session -
ThIs nation has stacks [of surplus million. Yes, that was it-one in a million. The gangplank was down. The men pushed for- will I to spfciahze in painting and
processed the' 80th Congress: ability to do the job. so.e
foods and stocks But his neat Teutonic mind wouldn't Itt ward. Von Winther tossed his barracks bag; to his sculpture has gone to New York
raw ] that can be Zales Ecton. Montana' Republican-hearty, : give you all the support and help
done without. It is needed abroad. I amiable country-bred, that you can take'I rest at that. AS he stood there waiting for the shoulder and stepped on the gangway. "Keefer, possible and trust you will avoid I City to join her mother. Mrs. W.
agrees be lowered, he reviewed again W. Nelson and sister. Virginia to
gangplank to George. he called out to the officer who was a disaster such as was experienced ,
"By keeping it here farmers of the farm, but that can't take
now are the boy out you every detail of the escape operation. checking the disembarkation list. last season. remain for the month of August.

suffering huge losses because of inability I the farm out of the boy. Ecton never pretended to !, Just before the Ardennes offensive in December The officer put his hand on the Sergeants% Some people may .think Florida Mrs. Louise B. Winn has return

to market much of their production at any I be anything but & party hack-which he is. Class i}i 1944. Gen Sepp Dietrich had placed him in charge( shoulder.Her&s your man!" he shouted down to a j j fruit has no competition but we ed from North Carolina where she

and of D rating. I II I' Because of his flawless Eng- all know different. There are spent two weeks at Oteen.
price a great proportion the remainder of infiltration tactics. small group of military officials who were clustered '
at fair prices. I Arthur Watkins. Utah Republican-little-known. lish and three years in America as Embassy at- around the foot of the gangway. The crowd on the many areas growing citrus fruit. 1 Mm. Cliff Morris has returned
taken seriously until the from a two weeks tour of New"
small town
lawyer never
"The problem is one of I; tache. he had been selected to brief the English- pier began to yell. Two hite-helmeted MP'sstarted so. it takes quality fruit and proper '
surplus raw him into j : York City and vicinity.
landslide suddenly swept
1946! Republican I distribution of same to achieve
stock. The stuff is being grown. It isgro.n the Senate. Class D. speaking Germans who were to be put behind the up toward him. results and the people of Florida Mrs. R. F. Hotard has returned
i Allied lnes in American uniforms to sabotage and "Kaput." said the Colonel to himself. He acted from Richmond. Va.. where she
with the expectation that the food George Malone Nevada Republican-not afraidto are counting on you to do the job.I .
cause confusion. Each saboteur would be supplied almost automatically. His fingers found the cap- and the James Varners visited rel
processors will)) purchase all)) or most of it. buck GOP leadership when he thinks they'rewrong know a large country that has
with the identity of a dead or captured American sule in his righthand Jacket pocket. He bit into it. i about the same temperature as atives. They stoppe-j over en
But the processors aren't buying it for the has turned out to be a slightly: better-than- soldier. and would be required to memorize thei It tasted of bitter almonds. Florida. the vast Argentine. Wei route home. at GatJinlwrg. Tenn.

simple reason that there are some surpluses average freshman Senator. Class C. .i personal information contained in Intelligence The ;MP's carried his lifeless body to the know a few years ago they pro- Mr. and Mrs. Varner and Susan

) of the processed items now on hand William B. Umstead North Carolina Democrat- Office files. Red Cross station on the pier. A photographer i duced only cattle. but today they have gone to Hazelhurst. Ga.. to

resulting in unfavorable prospects for satIsfactory I Umstead seemed to be right at home among the It was while checking over these files that the shoved through the crowd and took a flash are producing grain to supply half visit relatives.
I mediocrities surrounding him. Class C-minus. the world and large quantities of Mrs. Hulda Forbes has returned
disposal."So t Colonel first saw a photograph of Sgt. George picture.
William E. Jenner Indiana Republican-a man from New York and Connecticut
Keefer. Keefer might have been his brother. Same "What happened?" the photographer asked an ,
a fond is being, destroyed. Crops are of convictions-those of the senior Senator from Should they see an opportunity where she spent several weeks.
build. color hair color
general same same eyes Army officer.
Indiana Homer Capehart. Never did he deviate | to sell citrus fruit. and being Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wacker
being plowed under unharvested. I
even the same blood type. Without quite knowing "I don't know" said the officer. "Excitement I and Bobby have returned from
neighbors to the best citrus fertilizer
from Capehart. Never did he indicate that he -
'There may be solutions to the problem had mind of his own. Class E. why. he removed Ke fer's dossier from the files maybe. Yeah I guess that's what it was. Here : )known to science. and with I Highlands. N. C.. where they were

which will stave off a general agricultural : Raymond a Baldwin. Connecticut Republican-a |' and with it the man's dog-tags identification card half the town turns out to welcome the millionth : the mighty river Platte for irrigation guests of the Ashley Woodwards

and personal letters. Yank to come back from overseas and he keels they could grow citrus fruit for a week.Angelo .
depression. Our thinking the of intense drive, rates next to Ives ,
on ubject I man And then the plan had taken form. On the over from the excitement. Too bad." for the world then Florida would Ogobono of New York.
has led us to but one solution and that is and Flanders among the abler of GOP freshmen. --- -- - - have more trouble to market its has purchased the home of Dr.

utilization of the. processed foods for Eu- Baldwin voted against the wool-grab bill, opposed 1----- I, crop. i and Mrs. Erston V. MiBer, 110

ropean feeding as a supplement to the present Taft isolation, let no grass grow under his feet. ) INTERPRETING THE NEWS OUT OF PALESTINE If it was over-processed and Reading Way. in Forest Hills. The

diets which Class B.Joseph. j spoiled we couldn't find a placeto | Millers will continue to reside
we are supplying. McCarthy, Wisconsin Republicancameto dump it on land and if dumped 'there until they move to Pitts-

the Senate with more publicity build-up than : Bloody Revenge of Terrorists Deplored in the sea it would make the I bUfith.I .
INDICATION Hilted Caldwell has returned
FIRST THAT the Govern j any colleague, but fizzled faster. Worker hard for poor fish rick: hence another disaster -I
Daytona Beach where he attended -
will do so what.
something about putting Pepsi-Cola sugar decontrol, talked more and did
meetine of th
] a quarterly
such a program into operation came the less constructive work than any other new Congressman By i. M. ROBERTS JR. They have some more tenable reasons, to be sure A. H. SMITH. | Central Florida Man of Chamberof

other day. | except Bricker. Class E. i I AP Foreign' AHoirs, Anc -st : but a main objective is to open warehouses bulging; Tax Assessors' Methods/ | Commerce Secretaries at the

Sen. Claude Pepper and Sen. Millard | John Bricker, Ohio Republican-former Governor -. Two young British soldiers were tied to trees with riches which they. wish to ship to the Western ., Sheraton-Plaza.

Tydings tacked amendment I of Ohio and GOP candidate for Vice-Presi- in a Palestine woods by men who call themselves Seen as Self-Protection I Dr. Paul Trueblood. who tau ht

an on the dent big things were expected of Bricker but 'Jewish; patriots ropes about their necks were world.In Greece, men equipped by Britain and the Editor. Orlando Morning Sentinel: English at Rollins last year has

foreign relief bill demanding just such a his Ohio colleague. Bob Taft, put him well in the tightened until the blood spurted from their ,'eins. United State are killing men equipped by Recent criticism directed I accepted a similar post on the

deal.This i' shade. Bncker made his Washington debut witha and, says The Associated Press reporter at the Russian Communism as the great powers vie against personal property. appearsto faculty of the University" of Wash
is small "a stench be well founded. It reminds me ington. Dr. and Mrs. Truebloodand
a start. gridiron speech which struck a universally sour scene, of death permeated the wholeI among themselves for control of the world.

Next step will have to wait until Con- note, and he kept sounding sour notes during most I I area in the forest." In China the U. S. is embarrassed in trying to of a story that some readers may two daughters who drove to
have heard but which is worth
I re- Washington after Rollins closed
gress convenes again. of the session. Class E. I A "communique" from the killers said the soldiers "hold the line" against the spread of totalitarianism | peating. : will reside in Seattle.
Meanwhile Florida, Maryland and other I Edward J. Thye Minnesota Rt'publican-ex- were executed "for illegal entry into ourhomeland" by being forced to help a regime which is i A Russian applied to be admitted Mrs. Rogers Wells has returned

Interested States should be hard at work ; Governor of his State. Quiet sincere unassuming, as members of "a British criminal terrorist largely totalitarian and shot through with un- to the ranks of the Communist to her home on Park Ave. after

building,: the political steamroller can be a strong battler for issues that interest him, 1 organization known to us under the name patriotic grafters to boot. Party and the Committee spending a year in South Carolina.
necessary "
the deal one of the better members of the new Senate crop. of the British Occupation Army in Palestine. The peoples of Europe cower while attemptingto

to put across.It Class B.Henry. Actually, it was an act of revenge, the killing steer a course between a Russia which attemptsto I
is a matter of preserving our agricultural of hostages in return for British execution of
Dworshak Idaho Republican-after an 1 dominate them for the sake of expanding Communism I Anvwtr fo PrrH,. feat*

prosperity.It undistinguished career in the House. Dworshak members of the Jewish underground. and an America hich., needs them as a I U. 'Congressman I f' '
is a matter of doing a humanitarianjob rode the GOP landslide into the"Senate where he This was quickly recognized by Zionists and buffer against such expansion. E foAIvJI5i

in a business like fashion.It I has been equally undistinguished. D-minus. other members of the Jewish community w ho were Submerged people everywhere are on the march.

is a matter of utilizing the full poten- Edward Martin Pennsylvania RtPubllcan-for- violent in condemnation saying they knew the They have caught the feeling that the great powers HORIZONTAL 3 Bachelor of _ _ _ _

tial of the world's greatest feed box. mer Governor qf Pennsylvania, given to haranguing act probably would inflame world opinion against by their own quarrels have so weakened themselvesthat 1 Pictured Arts (ab.)

It is a matter of helping a great poten- j on the Senate floor. Martin may have been a good | the cause of all Jewry. they are no longer able to hold the reins of congressman 4 Black _ _ _ _ _
major general but in the Senate he adds nothing. The soluton of the problem of Palestine will empire over the under-developed. from Wyo- 5 Danish town
tial market its _ _ _ _ _ _
recover strength so that it is
Srssard Holland. Florida Democrat slowstarter be endangered l if this happens. It's a pity that there peoples, once they take the bit in their teeth are ming. Edward 6 Neat ,

able again to become a great customer of who becan to sparkle toward the end of is not in all the world a force which can step into likely to go to extremes. 7 Surfeit '

the U. S. j the session. Prior to that few people realized he Palestine and say to all the factions "now all of And it is hard to hold them as fully responsible I i Detailed 8 Old Testa. tiI': _ _'

It is helping,: others to help ourselves. I was in Washington. A. C. Senator. you be quiet until we can place this issue before as you would an organized society which I 11 Rosary" part ment ab.) ooT1J

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MTDSO" nMi wtor" niM wo" HZ awi WOIO (310) WLOr (1230) WOftZ (740) the Palestine situation is merely one manifestation on the part of world opinion, will not serve to I 18 Boy Spoken 34 State Lampreys
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JI JO o.rrlWla'-_ flair Drake ___ Bandstand ->:::00 Pay* Be-Ignorant :Wet .Press You-Name R-_ Tropical Storm Presidential policies of Abraham marked "personal or "private ejaculation ii, 3z.
:4 'Oar Ted Ualono .---- Sunny South Out .:15 Pays Be linorint Meet the Press You Name R _,__ Lincoln, his disclosed I'd confidential' and are full of I 42 Place I a
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I I: JO ("tMc1t..nTUM! U.r- Oril'm Man on the Street 1000 Bob-Croak ---_-. Sights __.__ News and-Sports I Meriill is credited with proposing 19 Fish :1 _ _ _
i U 43 OuMlIN Nsood$7cal. rtrr n or not 10:IS GeL SpaaU Fights ___ Htrknesg. WasH !i More than 200 letters from the name "Republican" for ths $ : )-:; 110 r., ...
I *1110 'Bi,Suur -_ It .tha.. ..___ M.., .. __ 10:30 Dance Orch.. Sports Page WhlUy Bero/t Or. NEW ORLEANS (IUP1 A small 1 outstanding editors and publish- party and with instigating the SO Horse's gait
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I } 30 Rosa -- -- MarUa Block: She Melodic Sketches 11.00; New .. _. __ Sport Parade News southwest; Gulf of Mexico the U. Horace Greeley and James Gordon landslide at the first RepUblican 53 Metal I't! rn.
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Killer Friday, August 1 1- 1947 Is Tested! I Glass For All Purposes OWENSILLINOIS-

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NEW ORLEANS TAP) Army of chemicals and will probably Defense Witness Hawes Former I ," FRENCH MIRROR PLATE GLASS, Inc.G c.!;LAss.A'S
ffiginttn yesterday began a series I use 30 more before we quit. Some EGAD,BURKE.1 YOU //UUSTNTT.S ) t)>:O VJU- SEE TUKT GOOFY I, Distributor Serrinr Florida since 198 BLOCKSELEVEN
of experiments at Bayou St. Johnto of the plants have been killed by LET THAT FREAK KNOCKC>VT F1AyKARER G OGANTAG6ED '. 75 W. Pine St. TeL 5141
ascertain the best way to rid the chemicals, but we've only TONIC T'D 'V .YOU!w Wr; ME: \a.Jmt---L WAS lJ5T j
streams and lakes of water hyacinths. found about five chemicals which Blasts HirshbergNEW REACH SUCCESS AND FAM-AsuRIIlG( ) HIM\ FOR COLt Senator Dies
i do an adequate job. OtOW BY HARD KNOCKS ) \STORAGE: >ti \tEN VOli YELLED ,
Mere than 60 chemical combinations i When completed, the expert- LET US PFB E>J eEr>ivyAK.D/ VuPPEROJT/"A y I TURWcD YEARS OF PROVEN QUAl.ITYYlllmW
and a hyacinth detrorrr imenU wm give engineers the I YORK IUPJ A witness AND UPWARDTO Tt4E NEADMSAND WASHINGTON API] Former
with a 10-foot spread right chemical combination to be called in his defense turned on Pi CLE"ARRUktiPN ". "THE EMPIRE STATEI Sen. Harry B. Hawes, 78, of Mis-
tf everaJ hundred .blade are ; used in spraying inshore waters C,3 ti'V BOlLOlNG MOSIA GONE
Harold E. Hirshberg yesterday and Akt POT LICKED e '
souri died at his home here last / :\
'ed In the bayou to de- '
bring n which cannot be reached by the said the Navy chief signalman act- -v rj Tm1 N 1OG6TNER! C AW
the plant night. Death was attributed to a
lr y mechanical destroyer. he said. ed like "blood brother" of the WE GOT 30 FOR >rme
The chemical tests are under William Wunderlich, in chargeof Japanese while they were prisoners BOUT heart ailment.
the direction of Dr. Frederick the work with the mechanical in a war prison camp. ERES 1 Otlf ( !. Alter the 1932 election in nulluU> NI.! ,
lurBurt. head of the chemical destroyer said the machine will Frank J. Burns 22, a former HALF. which Bennett Champ Clark Combination Venetian Blind Awning and Shatter
fnrmeeriri department of Southwestern be equipped with spray nozzlesto soldier now attending college. first r' \ was elected to the Senate, Haves
Louisiana Institute. La- allow spraying on inshore testified at Hirshberg's court resigned his Senate seat in orderto FLORIDA APPLIANCE & SUPPLY, INC.
fayette. fringes in shallow water as the martial on charges of mistreating give Clark seniority over other [Formerly Home Insulation Ce.] t
Already he said "we haveused destroyer makes its last cut Senators elected that year.
fellow prisoners that the Navy 933 OR.XGE'E.. WINTER PARK. FLA. .,
more than .60 combinations along a stream or in a lake. man intervened several times with Hawes was elected to the Senate V.UrOX.WL'"TER PARK ORLANDO \
Jap guards to demand better food in 1926 'and did not seek reelection I' MiO 70S 6891'I..

and to save prisoners from beat in 1932. ._ .....
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NEW SHIPMENT burst under Into crossexaminationBurns a bitter condemnation .'I:}:)'
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Hirshberg." he said "I know him ,
JUST ARRIVED ! and in my own mind I had no use ,N ; I b ( \'KAYO\
It-.. for him. He did nothing person- t ii' I t DOcSKTT: OcT
ally to me. but the only man he it HEINTZELMAN'S
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1947 1 phone nil followed by a fire HAILS THE ARMY AIR FORCE
-r ...- .-' alarm yesterday sent three Zany Drug Store Goes Zanier!
] police cars, tour engine com-
.. .. panies and a ladder truck to an ST. PETERSBURG I IUPI I J. E. liou htnitts were bought in the
TIolt 'Aw.. ;m.. Eighth St. house. Cause of it i Doc) Webb, who operates the"world's electrical department. and THE 14th AIR FORCEon
t r- all said Det. James Wilson, was I
; """Y most unusual drugstore"in : The candy store offered premium -
an argument over a mailbox 1
cigars at S1.98 box
>' between landlord and tenantin the manner of a carnival sideshow a :
laundry was for sale' at the
WASHINGMACHINE : which the tenant bit thelandlord's pulled the season's Zaniest I
cosmetic counters, cheese' in the
ear. mid-Summer sale yesterday and I, stationery department
; men
I II I thousands of customers had a field I bought undent are in the dress
L t' Noted Catholic Church day of bargains.He | hop: sausage' went like hot AIR FORCE DAY AUGUST 1stHEINIULMAN'S
turned his huge one-stop ; cakes at soap counters; and Epson ,
Historian Priest Dies i shopping center into a leap-year Baits brought a penny a
Complete with Quick- .,: ..., s bazaar for the store's first turn- I pound in the produce section.
I Touch Release Wringer WASHINGTON (IAP Rt. Rev. about sale. It attracted some 65.
Ct j It was the biggest! day in the
Msgr. Peter GUilday, 63. a memberof 000 confused customers who could '
.and Automatic Pump. store since Doc sold $1 bills for 95cents.
1 the faculty of Catholic University !-
buy: what they wanted at cost if i .
since 1914 and a noted I
t they could find it.Webb's 1
Catholic Church historian, 'died J
400 clerks reported -
Limited Number "' yesterday after an illness of three weary i Former Frisco Editor Dies
--- v his latest stunt the most suc-
hlIfI weeks. Msgr. Guilday was authorof cessful yet.Before SAN FRANCISCO (lAP) Charles .
E I L Inc.
Now Avialable For (}..{j'f' ; a number of works on the the day was over white- Spelman Stanton. 79, former
Catholic Church in the I aproned soda fountain attendantssold editor and publisher of the San ,
IMMEDIATEDELIVERY I States. I 500 sheets at $1.89 each; to- !Francisco Examiner, died: here
bacco store salesmen got rid of yesterday. i "Your ford Dealer for Eleven/ Years" .
> \ f King George Approves I 45 dozen pairs of ladies' lingerie; I I
W clerks sold 100 bushels in II
\ I 1 prescription Liberia is the only republic I
:\:. I Elizabeth Weds Nov. 20 of avocados; 1.200 dozen Africa.
iM \JI I LONDON r UPI King George VI I

ALSO IN STOCK. : "Lords yesterday and approved others of his before Majesty'the

most honorable Privy Council,"
For Immediate Delivery: the marriage of his daughter and
1 1I heir. Princess Elizabeth to Lt. .
Elec. & Gas Ranges Refrigerators ;: I Philip Mountbatten of the Royal t
Navy and it was announced officially -

__ Philco Radios Hot Water Heaters that the ceremony would
be held Nov 20 in ancient West-
minster Abbey.Rancher *
T' OPEN EVENINGS Until 9:00 O'Clock
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I Installment Plan And Fully Guaranteed RENO fAPJ Harvey Graham. 40,
former New York and Philadelphia -
v I newspaperman shot and kill- .
his 2 year old daughter, Sandra,
f at his dude ranch early yesterday -
- lma --- -: wounded his ,,wife Louise, and
l lJ&lj = then committeed suicide Sheriff
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.i r! By BOB HAYES Brooklyn w. SEC's Athletic Policies Hit I As I ITulane Walcott--First f

Ray Paschall, ACL district passenger: agent and chairman x" :

;' of the Chamber of Commerce Sports Committee, will |I''Holds E'i Tide Side With I NCAA 1

talk transportation problems relative to the minor league 4 y.t' i i ATLANTA [AP] The Southeastern Conference's free Of Joe Louis'Guinea J i

i convention at 1 Miami this Winter with George Trautman lw I
t and easy policy of granting football scholarships ap-

head of the minors, on his current trip North.} . Ray, incidentally I( league Lead parently was headed for the limbo yesterday as Tulane an- 3

J says the Pittsburgh Pirates have just contacted him asking ; In St. Paul nounced it would abide by any code adopted at the next Pig Foes ,
; that the Pirates not be counted out of the '49 Orlando Spring training ;i, ST. LOUIS [AP] Brooklyn meeting of the National Colgate Athletic Assn. 1
picture. .->. Phil Orr Winter Park lightweight, meets oregerio waltzed out of town yesterday with '; ; ;3 i Shortly after President Rufus<
i, a 13-game winning streak a 10- ST. PAUL [UPI Ed Furgol. Pontiac C. Harris of the Louisiana school i! NEW YORK tAPI[ Jersey Joe l

fete; a Spanish lad In the eight-round semi-final on Matchmaker >: game National League lead and a f"'i. Mich., professional, rammed, announced he had advised other i Mize Cooper Walcott of Camden. N. J., will '

d Cancela's Tampa ring show series ., '. members of the S. E. C. of TuI I i into the Madison t
Tony tonight . I clean sweep of its important home a 12-foot putt for a birdie climb Square
with the defending champion St. \, on the 18th green to take the lead j lane's intentions. Acting President I II Garden ring Nov. 14 to face Joe _
Phil Knuth, the Lie track roach who hooked on as assistant . I I I I
Adams of the University Homer in VainAs
Louis Cardinals off a 2-1 victory in the SI0.000 St. Paul Open Gold Ralph Louis without having in theory at fl
coach at Alabama this week, a tutor unbeaten at Lee in five ,! in the finale. : .. ; try Tournament at the end of yester- 'of Alabama said his school wouldgo least l a chance of lifting the .

years after leaving Orlando Hith, made a bid for the OIIS athletic i 1 Pee Wee Reese, whose 10th- /. ; '' i ; fj\\ day's first round with a 67. along too. heavyweight champion's title. i-

directorship within the past five weeks. . 1'niversity of Florida's ;; inning single had nullified the Ni '"" ." Furgol's birdie broke a three- :: "We have given much thought Giants Lose i!. The match announced yetter- ,' r,

football coaching school doesn't open until! Aug. %S, . Howard 'i Cards' dramatic uphill surge Wed- t i: I wytie at 68 among one of the na- 'j i(i i to the conflicting points of view day by Sol Strauss. acting director: :

'j Beckett. Apopka coach is taint to attend Wally Butts' coaching nesday night, came through witha ;. .wI. ,, lion's top amateurs and a pair of ''regarding aid to student. participating I CINCINNATI I lAP The Cincinnati of the 20th Century Sporting dob.

chooL . Rumen that Joe Jenkins, who has carved an enviable ninth-inning triple yesterday .u 'W.H'" ... I yearlings on the professional golfing I,, in intercollegiate athletics," Reds and New York Giants is billed as a 10-round non-title r

record at Tavarea Hith, would be Leesburg's roach next year are j scoring Bruce Edwards who had PEEWEE REESE 1 circuit. ,, Dr. Harris wrote. ,, traded runs in clusters yesterday ;: fight. and inasmuch as a bout
last cluster
but the Reds the on
winning smash be booked for 15 rounds to be
'' base. George Sutherland former Gator star, succeeds George singled. The Frank Stranahan. and Glenn I "There is much to be said for must
1 I' hugged the far side of the right . his triple did it! Grady Hatton's three-run homer considered as a championship 1
Brtmer at Leecburg. . I field foul line. 5I u -_ Teal Jacksonville. Fla. and i the above-the-lable Southeast- I in the eighth; as the Reds came off fight in New York. Walcott would "I

} George Payton, Chicago, both ern Conference plan which was with an 8-7 decision over the New
.I\ I The triumph, spun by little Vic' unattached had j 1 seem to be fighting only for any

.f, Roger Williams. Apopka filth principal, passes word that Apopka'sBlue Lombard!, only recently restored i held the professionals at adopted several yean ago. Yorkers. prestige he might attain. That, r
lead most of the
Leonard Racks way Doubtless there have been many '
; .1' Darters mill play their home grid games on a spanking new to grace as a regular starter, gave k|,, I 68. i violations of the limits j'' The Giant artillery opened up and what is known as money. r
-I II prescribed in the fourth, with Johnny Mize
their second longest | I
gridiron complete with a new. lighting system' The Blue Darters were"i Brooks string in history. The club i 1 i i I Furgol. an unattached profes- as there always are of making his 32st homer of the season I However, the general idea i

k unable to play at home last Fall. Congratulations! . Billy Evans i i w record i of 15 was. established by sional who has spun into the top i laws. That. however I is not theI with two. on off Bucky Walters. ;I around Jacobs' Beach is that.

I bracket of tournament winningsthis issue. Catcher Walker Cooper emulatedMize's should Jersey Joe win by a '
: general manager of the Detroit Tigers and former major league umpire I Uncle) Wilbert Robinson's Robins Up 12th Victory I I I
i of 1924. : year never was in trouble. He I "The issue is whether. we will feat in the sixth with his 1 knockout he would be regarded ,

4 contends the majors should return to the ta oumpiresagamei i I marked up par figures for his conform to the regulations which j\ 24th of the year. and the Giants generally as champion and tven I

:.; standards adding that three and four umpires are too many and i Just as In Wednesday niM'slame" back CHICAGO I IAPI Emil Dutch first seven holes, birdied the eighthi I the overwhelming majority of added their final run in the sev- should he win clean-cut derision 1

\ without work ht'n the Cards came i and ninth and duplicated the American colleges and universities enth with a conventional two singles he would have at least an
enough . Copies of Evans booklet. "What's What Leonard the ex-American League ;;; I
to force the issue at the last sec '
j trick on the 12th. 16th and 18th I unofficial claim to the title.
dictate to the course wrapped around a base onfonlnl
In Baseball may be obtained by writing the poebel Brewing. ; Co., end, the champs rallied in the knuckle ball pitcher held the Cubsto holes of the 6,660 yard Kelleri may as

.' Detroit, and enclosing 10 cents . last of the ninth after Reese's five scattered hits here yester- ,i I course. !t or level most consistent with. the i it '' balls.IIEW YOIlII IN. I CINCINNAtI INI.a I The National Boxing Aasn. also

blow had broken a 1-1 lie.I day for the 3-0 victory which gave academic ideals and traditions as . r A. . N. A . recognizes only IS-round bouts for
Adolph Rupp. Kentucky's veteran rate coach, has an .8%% I| Joe Medwick opened the home I the Philadelphia Phillies their I The leaders' scores topped those well a with. sound practice." .ney.Jt: 1 1 5 1 :3 Baamb 1I.1f S 1 1 I 1 : the championship. except in possi-
for his 17 of such gallery attractions as Bob- I BWUlrr.I: I I I I %I.I: b ; 1 1 ::6 3litR. t
.- average of basketball tutoring. . Correction That Ii
years : first series of the Chica- The elder statesman of South- ble member States where 15-r+0und
+| ninth with a double high off the year over ... S I I 9 :9 H.It...... 7 : 2 :5
South I
flock of Rollins baseball players' are with Titusville.} not Cocoa, in i right field screen. Mgr. Eddie ; go. It was Philadelphia's third by Locke, of Johannesburg, 1 ern football, W. A. Alexander ath- i T-.rf 5 2 :2 1Hta d 'I : 3 sMrst1A bouts are not permitted. Prexy f

'"' the Florida East Coast League. . A. G. [Pat] Fatillo for six year 1 Dyer sent in Chuck Diering to run victory in 16 meetings with the : Africa winner, the the year's tournament's leading defending money-i i letic director at Georgia Tech. ex I,! '.nba".rf t t I I I I 3. ...Tea"l"_1A.d 1 S.1 1. 1/It Abe Greene said that should Wal I

t'I assistant athletic director at the University of Florida is now associated i for Medwick and he took third Cubs. ; pressed little surprise at Tulane's e.Rpert t I I : fdtalf I I t 1 s cott win by a kayo no commission

with Rolfe Davis in the Davis Insurance Agency here. . i base on Marty Marion's sacrificei Leonard was the complete mas- champion, Henry Ransom, Ra- i action merely commenting that ,t l or rID.11. I r % I La..nno... 1 1 iidrteab .! could deny his title claim. s
I vinia, El.. and a score of the coun I. I Ilei. 1 1 1 I 1 ,
When silent Ossie Bluege was ejected from a game at Detroit re- i bunt. With the tying run on third ter in registering his 12th victoryi { try's top I i"I expect every university which I ....I.p 1 1 1 1 \\'.II .... 2 1 1/ I I II The bout is the first of two 10- r

cently. Shirley Povirh in his Washington Post column recalled the i and one out. Pinch Hitter Terry i of the season against five defeats. pros.Indians I wishes to retain its membership in HentN r J. 2 Mntoa. I' 1 1Trifrth.r round so-called non-title affairs
smash to third I He allowed only two runners to the N. C. A. A, will do likewise." I 1 1 6 1 Icunbatl, 1 1 1 1 1aGeneart planned for Louis the coming Win
time George Pipgras ejected Bluege the first year Ossie piloted the I Moore hit a hard I 1 1 1/ /fl'dand l' 1iATtaa I 1 T
I' ; baseman Johnny Jorgenson and reach second struck out six. andi Club Alexander pointed out that the 1 t ter. The other, against an oppon-
Nats. He says Bluege asked Pipgras. "Remember what Bucky Harris rrtere. I. . 1 1i iI 1
the rookie tagged Diering off third i i not a one of the Cubs' five hits basis for any changes in the N. C. : ar ent yet to be chosen, is scheduled
used to -- -- - - --
call last i ;
you year Pipgras Well the same thing goes for II for the second out.Jorgensen's | were for extra bases.rHIUDUrHII A. A. constitution and by-laws I. Ta.b U U. Tdrh It t sT for next March. t1e

) me. Out went Bluege. . peg to first trying |1111'| CHICAGO INI I i Red Sox 5-4 ';, would be the series of resolutions a __ail .fat. Trtnklt In trll. in M\ Walcott. 32-year-old veteran
f Wtllna a
j Jr A. .1; oar A. aerwMe i k rr r" Ml mr <*
1 for Moore was low and got away ... t d/ I II IMRa,9A: 9 1/ 1 4 adopted at the 147 meeting.He t siwM I
ri l Acting Pres. Syd Hcrlong or the FSL has reported the Bill Stci- ,: from Jackie Robinson fora mo- "tnaI'.1f: ."......., ,t.. ,. .. .Ala,\11.\10 rbdwM .I .. .. ..! BOSTON [API Homers by Mgr. j carefully explained, how- I' '_A ran).fix rk TolaoU IB nit W 33 Mt-! the best record of eligible Louis

'I! needs suspension Incident to the office of George Trautman. . : ment, precipitating an argument. 'W.,11 (II I "lw.itt".I"! 111 11t..t I Lou Boudreau and Joe Gordon I ever, that between resolutions Vinnnaall: . 101 tM ftil-IErmn opponents and is considered by I

).1 After Sports Editor Nelson Harden of the Palatka Daily News held Robinson tagged Moore whom the I' m..." 5 1 1 7 Arart." e 1 t 1AfhrhalA I scored all Cleveland's runs yester- I and changes in the constitutionlay .In. Mix RIIIMT.3, C nn Lnhrka.3. 'Thnvnon.{ Rut.Ran Cilia.Dared many as the best of the current
I l a 1Hand1e7.9A
1 faurata.d
I ''I open season for letter writers tc have their say on "what's wrong with : Dodgers claimed had made a move 1 : ; 1 : IIAfhAflM.e: : : :+II day as the Indians swept a three- a year's work by a special I i I Htttm 3. Two ban .hiu: = Manball. Blittnet. crop of so-called contenders.He .
to run for second base. Almost ".........'" 4 I I II'_.If 1 e 1 game stand by edging the Red committee, not to mention the Tkrn. .... kit: Katun. Has ram: Uiia.'oop .
IJ the Azaleas five of the A's themselves-Johnny Theobold AI Pirtle, the entire Brooklyn team huddled lemsd.1. I I 11..0.11",11. I/ 1 1/ Sox. S to 4. '. Hilton Stolen hue: Zimtaia. !KaerUKa has had three fights this , J t I' II fact that before any changes can Hath*. Lett M bam: New Turk i. ClnrlmuU t.Bue .
Dave Lasters Charles Weathers and Bill Loveys wrote letters of their
r defeating Joey Maxim twice
around Umpire Dusty Boggess for I\lr..IIo. I 1 I' I Both drives landed barely fair :I be made they must be approved > of bulb tiff tat 3, Haosn J. *lnkeo U: year,
own and gave a few meddlesome club directors the needle for talking I five minutes arguing that Moore IErkA.aaJ I t I' 2I tat i. Wallin I. Uunbmt 1. Tatara. Hits: and outpointing Elmer "Violent"
in the left field screen. Boudreau'sin by two-thirds vote of the N. C. ..
I --I *tt brad In t t 3 irnilrn: Hxnoa 1 I:
much about something know little about. . Cobb'sllfetime - I I He had lost close decisions
so they so Ty declared ruled Ray.
be out. Boggess the first with Dale Mitchell f bvmhnt 3: In
Trtal 1.S 17111 TmaH ::1 / i J7 UCmundml on A. A. membership. Trinklt' I t U 1.1: ; Walttn t In ;
batting average of .367 is the Highest among Hall of Fame however that Moore did not makea A rat fret Lnwn? In Fth. base after a single. and Gordon's :; rwtnrai 1 l> 1. \'\"tIl.I.Idler.. Gvnbail.Uxtni to each of.these men previously
Alexander said that. while he
i B-rii J oin fnr Alro In *th.fmn I pltclm.. Hantra. t'nplraa: Rerrd n. feeUe -
players while Cy Young's 514 w.ins tops the honored pitchers. . definite break for second andallo..ed I
b. inninjs,: in the sixth[ with Eddie Robinsonand I was not at liberty to disclose the and (Herr Tlmr. %.IL Altntlam: J.t1'L
Only 31 major learners have since 1876 hit .400 or more overa I him to remain on first. Phlladrtptiia.. *2" MM "101lrkaeo J Hank Edwards ahead of him contents of the proposed amendments !

Reason, yet three of them have done it thrice Jesse Burkett. Ty Although Dyer sent in the : :\er.onM, Bcfarffin' Rise W* W hartrd* ***0Ermra -In-.: after a single and a walk.ClF.Vr.LAND I I they did deviate consider-- Dodd To DirectFootball [ Drawings Set'For

Cobb and fteet Joffre Cross to run for Pckullt.' Fin<1l y. Wyrtwrk. Twit-haw lilt: WYN.rL (Al { BOSTON (A17V I
Rogers Hornsby and five of them had done it twice; Cap ably from the resolutions.
I .. .11' II .1 .fir A a
Moore Howie Pollet ended hisown Thm-ltaw hit: Walkrr." JI ran: i
Anson Harry SUvey, Sam Thompson, Ed Delehanty and George Wrnxa'k.' Rt<'l..n na..: Knnln.. Parrlftrt: FarntTinvM MnfD.lllf S 1 2 L .IO'II..3b . 1 I I Athletic Director T. P. Heard of I Clinic !i' Softball
,1 jane by flying out to Dixie k7, plan, : Jnnnwn. and Waitkm 3 1 It t It/rCulhf'nn/ 1// A/ '
Sisler. Johnny Carlin who established his home base here Walker Pollet yielded 10 hits ; Hindlfi. TerM cod Prhul'l. heft en f I I 2 7reatl.ta! t. I 2 t i I Louisiana. tSate University said: I
to help Temple Mason promote wrestling- and boxing, suffered head himself in and out Mvm: niiladrlphia II: Cliirai, T. Rasa ar RnNixn.lbMvard I 1 IIt: lrelhirnl.a e 1 1 J i I' "We propose to follow the rules HATTIESBURG. Miss. CAP
but pitched '' ,..rfSr s t a ItIM.1II.o1! i I A J I !
Dally Ertrkmi Lmnanl t. (1'0: EiVk- 1 Bobby Dodd. head football coach
injuries that forced a halt in the match at Tampa Monday night. of frequent trouble before succumbing ores 4: I onanf I: Wllrt' pitrk: KrtrkM I .- .rny.rf 1" 1 1 "11\1.1Ii..1t I t 3/ 'of the Southeastern Conference ; Tourney TodayDraw
. Rank guess: Orlando isn't ready for two mat shows a "week !'. to his ninth defeat. It plea: K I.SiI.Haefner. 4 1 1aihNasaio.ti: 2 I 1 I 1Inoea.t invitation to direct football pctivities -
.and watch one of.the two promotions fail by Sept. 15. . 1 I II II i was his first loss this season to : : : lilaxaID i 3 1 i I: l i I majority. at the Mississippi Southern for pairings in the South
: Inrrm./ llTebneth 1 3 1 1 1allrma I I
the Dodgers. The resolutions would limit ern section of the District 2 softball ; I
I Hurls Nats .a I 1 1 1 IIhNOaA.p: I' I e l1aMrawa College Coaching Clinic Aug 7-9,
the of to the i I will. be held at
Lombard yielded his only score : I 1 1 tIHirrMp recruiting: players tournament
Morrison of Temple
j replacing Ray
in the sixth when Erv I A 1 1 tIbreRla campus effect a boycott of recalcitrant i i 1:30 pjn today at Orlando Tennis
DusakI who wired Southern
1. 1 University,
; walked moved to second To 4-1 Conquest members and limit I Club, Tournament Dir. C. L. Var-
Reed Green this week that '
MttsM'f: sacrifice, took third on &n > .1,s7A: i7)7) rOfIJ.1,1'1 nld fiamcM std >-f)>r* a* far JJttoiar J m Wtxn bt "R'ltJ Dt unabt 2n }j}} hs; I1.:
infield out and scored on Enos: With i FiveHitterWASHINGTON Yo-<' er '11\11. f and (tit stated Incidental ?sere. i igageateat V..rnud W ttJLTOS had *l- .C.f

\auihttt' \nito T\ hnn\. T. } e-c.rnd.e . In tw. te ".. I lees." j ready !}fed entry tor the lour )
."00.'i' [API Mickey Aentt 1or1A.'n.n: I, The S. E. C. ] awards The Coaching Clinic here will which Tuesday here }
.1. \.0\1' presently
I 1N1air nay opens
tdt A . sir A . Haefner limited St. Louis to five j r1fo./and ton ens 1IIHI-5 include basketball, track and | ;
| nMM) MM rw19" 1Je-4 full scholarships including romm at Exposition Park and it Rat 1
t/ laanwae I t I S\\ . I s" hits as Washington brat Lrnramr.: RiNe h.rlM h: )ladrsr I ball instruction a \'\
I RobiaI' C 1 111 ZIOtI..t.rl f i I E C 1/ t.hej and board to beefy and sometimes 1 b&se-I possible one or two more teams i j
4-1. here last night. It ( .raw 3. IMMtada T bMta "'/-. t football It is open to all 1I
BfoIJI 1 1 J :11'.1.111': 2" 113 1'' Browns J.I brainy. with j would be admitted. i>
Trwbad Aar D\M.o.\ Jtaea. T'-baoe young
l I P'"o.d 1 I 1ARrontl.n II. 1 1 1 ., was Haefner's third straight winj Wtlll..... Homo ram: 116ud...... ,..>...".. 1\. I football talent.As 1 I school junior college and The Southern sub-district tournament ', 1I I
walter.rf : I' 1 3 AR1anaMr.t1 : : 1 1 :i and his sixth of the season.I I rot_: U""....... Dnabln plaTa: IIttu< college coaches.
ti F4urdat /MMrkY.d; 1 1 j coda nod Rahtmnu. : 1Jor.... and Jam; for that section of the resolutions will be staged concurrent- f fly
laaa.R.2i Aeaeaa : : : : IluarMR Ialheriot; : : .I ; :'!! Washington clustered three runs[ ]roes a4 >.... 1At... bam: Clmlawl i. which would limit recruiting I with the Northern sub-district i ii i:t
off Fred Sanford in the sixth inning Rata T. Ba ball Leon .. Dotena irl I
ei rat : 1 ;
MUSIC Yes music LaRMrdir' J , J 1N'IIMr/ / 1 /i ihMnat I II r Hama 1. UtrtknnKv Law J. Klmnaii 1. Dnb- to. the campus the S. E. C. Fights Last Night ,i meet at Ocala Winners of the
I : ,.: .. .I' I. Buddy Lewis singled and ], .nr *. n.rrin !. Htt.. rtt 1 wa I tn 1-1 Inti attitude as expressed by its sec I BROOKLYN' 'AD fete Mead. ISS'i: two tourneys will) meet in a three I I
A 1
tonight and every lii'rr a .1 scored when. Sherry Robertson ;: .IIII'i aAeoua 1 til S 1 :J Dntnnn t <. C JUr- Eddie Guar- I ,
.. : : ; I Grand Rapid Mich.: stopped tit] .
Iron J' I 1 retary. Dr. W. D. Funkhousrr Is series for the district ?
week day evening at I I . blasted a triple to center. Stan I ISpence's rte 1 In J. HH h, ourhn. : BT I'mon (l>iMan I I 1 I
.......... "ridiculous. i
Orlando's [ I 'i Wlnnin wtrbrr: l Lnunc pitcher IVduni. I of >lx rounds of their scheduled 10-round
popular Tala'' !" ff t/ll\ TOf.1s if f J r. isI fly to right scored Robertson VmiHr: raparplla. K""", ....,.". Kut and I I Funkhouser has termed the boat at Fort Hamilton. Referee Harry
9 Fort Gatlin Lounge, and Al Evans' single pro- : HurlfT. Tim: I*?. Attendant: S.STI.Chisox I Ebbeti halted the contest share Ouartno HADDEN'S t
I A-ROIl ra Jf4'dwiril I. 9rk GUS
- - recommendation as one which has condition to con
pronounced la no
d Roy W. Whiddtn at 8-""'.. ufe a MAIer'a. eharrt fa a'Ilbn IR duced another run after biickeytVernon l eat
the console piano ''t.i and Mart Christman had''' never been enforced. tinue.tmCA. I !
i C Reaa ]fart t. hLIrnrM i Rally FallsShort I
from eight fill eta- aP err yolks .. "II.If walked. I I I AP) ten Taalia. 153'i. Utka. I

ing. I. Afar / Inainaa: Successive doubles by Vernon Cuban Team May I Anseles.knocked out in two PrankI minutes Serna.of 15Hi the;",third Loa Ii I
a Rrailn .. /MI ArM flltl1..01. 3 A's TriumphPHILADELPHIA i
TAVERN: Al Roused ",. MM. -I ---I Stephens and Walt Judnich gave : round of 1 scheduled elcbt-round feature ; SERVICE I
and Peck Martin behind Fmra: Arankr. ,)1"1.1. R_. Rma baU4'd III: St. Louis its only run in the seventh j I LakelandlnFILin948 I bout 'il.n outdoor boxtnc card aetna. was A
.. Replace I before the knockout.rot ,
I R _,. Blanehter R...... Twnahits. > : Reiner." API down ' Used Refrigerators
the bar will mil I 0.-...... Mednick. ",...-ba.... hit: Reran Harrt'ftren but Washington scored again a last inning spurt the Philadel-I
your favorite from orth"I : MvuaL )'Mario,. IkniMe. plan: Naria4l in the eighth off Glen Moulder on i j phia Athletics yesterday beat the : I I I Bought and Sold !
I UrtiMMtien Mil Mn UI: grhwnrimul. Vernon add Prid-
till singles by Jerry .
noon midnight. I I Prompt.EfflcJenfRusonabY.W.
and Nail; Marten and Mwlml; Kmmnki. IleNarlr. I Chicago White Sox 3-2 on an 11- '
,.- Miss Rossie Crisp to ,[ .. anA Arkormllnnt. ten m bam; Bnmk- dy, plus Christman's fly to left.I MIAMI lAP The Florida International repair aD makes and type
hit attack led by Elmer Valo and I
.. I \
l 1 Hi Ixmtn Raw m nalla: Lomhardi 1.Pollet include RADIO SERVICE
i greet you..DINING League may
S. !tftrikemits: Lnitnanlt. L rmpiim: IT. LOUIS (A) WAININCTON I Pete Suder with triples. i 1
i iOfl. I another Cuban team in addition SSSf: : : FONE 7726 1i
ROOM : i Jonla. Boasejn and Bare Time: 1.10. lei .11 r II s i .11 r A. s
tendance: 11 Ll73. ... ...... . .. Bill Dietrich received credit for Miami uu I
Popu'or eating spat f __ __ s s sF t.9n a e % to Havana next season the
I tit _'. _!b t I 1 I 1..1. d / l sLe1MR.f1 e his fourth pitching triumph although i Herald said last night. I I. Backed 17 M ,.un eaperteae/!
adjoining loungeI 1 1 1 I A nb'I.1I I I t I J Bob Savage hurled the last ASSOCIATED 5300 j
I serves dinner from { Commercial CircuitI '''''".If I 1 I \-.1" I t 1 r rPrrpAem.n I Sports Editor Jimmy Burns reported 221 MatnoUa Are
three Lefthanded Eddie ,
530: till 9. Mrs. C t I I I S Apenrt.d" 3/ 1 aJrdnkA innings. that Matanzas, a city of -
J I 1 n I PrltIdY.Io /all I' I
III Lopat was the loser.
ID. Dudley receptkmI I Ends Regular Play 1 Rasa 01 i s I I IfhHM'saa 3 1 1 t I CHICAGO '
I bids you welcome. I Mate I I I tLnroe I n I e tPMad.I U r A a U. T A. a Havana would bid for the Lakeland !!
(it's a date-See you ', Commercial Softball League ;i I'. .. 1 I H.rfII" I 1 1 1 1sleehkr.I Faknr.Sk t . MrTnkr.lf 1 I I / i Pilots' franchise. ; .ri HAVE YOU ENTERED OUR
scheduled 'i 1 !OJI ; ''.....In.1f . I Innat.nTaln.rf 1 I 1 3 I
winds up. play today, Burns said in that the
{tonight. rden a story
I I I : : : : :!' Wrliht.rf 4" t t I 4 1 2 I SNAPSHOT CONTEST?
leaving only postponed and rained bRirehrrrt Tort I* 4 1 I 1% 1Appllnl Lakeland franchise would be offered 1.
out in the offing, after i II'T" ;. ." I I 1 1 . e 1 I for sale the end of the of Four
games I TMah ;; ) ;it ... II. T ....m..rf 3 1/ 1 I American Machinery tackles Bum- a-etart ant, la 4nfnnl I. etA.. . S I I I S Gutrrt 4 I' 1/ current season. He reported the II I III
at 7:45 and 1 -atraca ant f<* lydnkA' I. "II.I I SEALOMATICSAFETY
by Hardware pal, Twn.rlpat. S' I 2 "udrr.It 1 I 1 Lakeland club losing money, but
Forl Gallin I "'. LMII aw* ana 1 1Wa'blnttnn .. J' 1 I S 1 I
Naval Reserve meets Southern . .. ... - *>* til-4Emm :i..etr1cb.. t. 1 1 3sa said it would finish out the sea TUBESI!
New Cocktail Bell at 9 p jn. on the No. 2 diamondat 'I : anna. Rat' bailed In: Rt>hen_. ttan.Kim. ,, .ur.r I" / 1 s
Jwlakn.. rhrMnnn. Twn ..... afar Bwir son.Roberta
1 Park.Baseball's. ---- -- -
Exposition . Ktcpnm J dnkL Thrr bat bit: RnA T....l. II t t4Ui T....,. *1 > 11 K 12: Maduro, co-owner of r .
LOUNGEAIR.CONDITIONED ..._. Hwrtrtr.: 9anfwd. Itonble pier: PHddjrin4 rbkam til M. MiPhllad -! the baseball stadium in Havana,
1 .. ,,__ ,-.,, .. -
Vrmn l n nn : I't. Ijnat 5. " l0liia 1** llf 9ft-SErm
is back of the move to put Matanzas -
/ / / I[I I Six Ii ton .. RIM nn btllt. : tiff jianlmd .. Badger' .I. : Tmk. Ran Darted In: Tab. 1. MIHiaala.rntpniin. .
i Big I MHI.WM I. *tik mta: Tfaermr t. Kanford 1 Hi a: . PMIIcr. T.. Drat kit: T..... Three in the Class C League, Burns
nil Pentad i in r Iminx nn Mnulder t In 1.
; .
Serving Noon Till Mi Me Ain: Til. Sutfn. Sacrlftrc: rwa TJonhlaplan
1rThrtt I ... .. .... '
I 'OT Associated Pre? ,, WIM "'r" Kinfnc lm.lna 'r. Infnrt. : mrlrtc. J_ and rain 1: MirhMli. Aallni said.The directors will hold
l@ad@rs In nab 1nludPlanr 1'.p."": TaMar.Ha. Rnrtr and Rnnini.1. Tina: and Tnrt. Uft nn Doer: rhlragn S: Pblladllpnia league a 'a'r
FORT and Club f .b r It pet. 1.44. Attendant: :.13$. I. Bart. *n k.11.: nTT Dlnrtrn X. Lopnt Z.Btnkanvn meeting in Fort Lauderdale Sun- I ,. s
w.n,..,. Philliu 93 30 55 120 354I ISoudrde I -
Lacer 1 Dtttrtr 1. But: err Dinridi day and Burns quoted Tom Spi-
545 Orange Ate, IDdl.u 85 304 47 103 ..339DIManlo. II' For 3 In I lanlfiti: Ratal 1 In X. Bit kr ..,.,taer: LESS than
and Lucia Manfredi, 61. 6-4. j I I I YantHI 94 357 'J1 119 ..333Oustfne. Vero,I Beach Leaves I br IHrukck. <>llrti. ..ti.. Wlnnloa .."...... DIM'rlrk. cola, owner of the Tampa Smok o Howat..
Ptratea 97 3'75 6'7 124 ..331KelL I'mptrm, :: Rrlna. toon tat 1I TigrIS 92 351 41 1111 .331 1 National Tournament I II 1:47.i Attandanra: 4.11 P."*. that the advance
Cooper Glanta 80 309 :1:1: : 100 .32. I I the meeting league PREWAR PRICES!
National L.ut i ArMrKan lealwMiN. Beach Junior Softball team. FlorIda Official i mit each club 16 players with a
Finch Named
Shampoo for dors kills and repels Beat and ticks, Oianta >3 William Red Sox 71arihaL I
Fcathcrstoekinr. Kennels owner of Bea. Joe. best tm Gasp 80 DIMatflo. Tank 69 State champions, leaves here salary limit of $3,600 a month.
... skew Winner at recent Daytona dot slow. U a. Cooper, Gianta 77 Henrtch. Tankeei 64 today by bus for St. Joseph Mo., (In Minors' OrganizationCOLUMBUS Burns also said that Fort

enthusiastic tsar of Luster Foam. Horn IDoerr Rene Red Box 64 I for the national tournament. A ': Lauderdale, which has a working Looking for a postwar tire that really outwears prewar tires?

Sold by; Leadmr. neat Fee. -.4 Pet StoresI' National Lnagun Amnrkan LuwIllte. stop will be made in Nashville, Ohio [API) Robert j I'I'I. | agreement with the Boston Braves. Cast your eye OB the new B.F.Goodrich SilTertownpror -
Giants 31 Williams. Red Sox 23 for exhibition Finch of St. Louis has been appointed I I next .l and l millions miles of service Wit
BROWER LABOBATOKIES. ORLnW.0, FLA. Marshall. Giants 27''Heath. Browns !0gfoer J; Term an game I director of the Bureau of ', would operate independently 1 ppro+t< m more
Pirates 25.Gordon. Indians IIVVANTrEAttWilKKME. against the Tennessee champions.NO season. any other postwar tire. Wider, flatter, huskier tread pun
Public Relations of the National 1.I I more lubber OB the road. More and stronger cords take

Association of Professional Baseball Gulf Coast more (strata from road shock and resist blowouu bettet.f
THK K AIR F'oRLE wAL, M wo Aw,It's Ndf COlR5ECX.'HAP) IS ONLY WAenME fa ff1.1.a wtifKo( Leagues. Pres. George M.': Tarpon'Tournaments

t ptY. WZ.EA5TER.' .' I \ AlOSS! SOLDllK. AN'WAY TH'At.'RJL PDtYEe OF&. tt AUOUHE 1 Trautman announced yesterday. Close OUTWEAR

i' rYHY ARF 5TEVIE] CMffOUniEYfeE LKTEWW PONT LET ME 15'iK 4F DURN6} OUTA DATEJ TAS I SEE NT K ROADQONNERS Ml6UT1.'TAI( Finch, associated with organized',


Z Q J SB9TWER.! A1cOEEi'/SPEAKING ONTHE, SONI PAY t4 JEST Fat 11fUtES WOM FEZ liS TCKCCKHEAKAH'LEiPEARLWWOREP I ger R. Nelson, who recently resigned f,I( Gulf closed Coast last night tarpon with tournaments indicationsthat PREWAR TIRES I

\IIIj RADIO!- OF lIS'." lti'COONTRYGiT I IAc.'N to accept a similar position
the winners would be the anglers

f Bttt the fiat M/P* b today's
Pistol Co Ft.
I with the Zollner .
xe t who have led the events for
r Ind. low price--lower, in fact, thin
G Sa = 'the past several weeks. prewar with a Biff Trade-in
1 S,1 ( R- I Finch Wednesday severed his ;i In the St. Petersburg roundup Allowaatx.r .

r position as farm club secretary of ,i J. W. Perkerson of St. Petersburg, .....,r L/. ..asi TIre
i /' the St. Louis American League had led contestants in that event Cewrto Th. 9
.,..1 f -E= I i Club. with a 159-pound catch. I d/ r tire or the el vtaaaaoncnr

.d asue. II 1 Otto Schedler of Milwaukee r .__ eed *sent ..ems ''
j iW j I F I It is estimated that there were with a 141-pound tarpon has / y ita ed to be froafrooa ,

.a 't 'ttIEiiiii3ifitii I 8.609,000 acres devoted to rubber i j been at the top in the Sarasota mad ets atterial ie werber
R } }, ship witkovc
tl N'r rItf1L I I plantations in 1938. ;: tournament. hair"M *o ban* oc anile-. "
-- -- . -- /1HE'S I' -. :au.
I STuc
:ASE IAM r f II . lOt Twd.INAlle

ALL IiK mar \ i50NEf Centra// Florida Amateur aw.tso .
Boys' Boxing Tourney
atYOA'l: tx rstuaPS H: w'E' rr t"' No! toot:! ; DOWN

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, F Duck Season Bag Limits Orlando DeLand Split Doubleheader : A.O.C1IQUORS


Cut in 47 Hunting Laws -

Friday, August 1,1947 <(
Government -
yesterday: . .
AugustineHere .
sharply restricted the open season and bag limits on duck ,I : -'::: : I I
: :
hunting decreeing an average of 30 days shooting in the .... Orlando Legion Favored Netters IQUOR5WE
and 35 the Central .:... .
in and
East Western

reflects a marked decline in the States.waterfowl The curtailment : for GameAt ...<..rI -.\..-.:.....,:'....,..,:,..'..:... ......., .......... ; / I I :

lition and poor breeding condl-- popu-- I I MEETr01 EAT ALL

. lions last along year the the migratory country's routes.aver- I I the split season) shall be 12 o'clock I' i Ii Nine Divides i Fall in Play ADyERTISKD\riCES'\ |

season was 45 days I noon: 8 I
nt I: Woodcocks. mourning or turtle p.m. Today I

TbU year's daily bat limit on I doves white-winged doves and.

ducks W a> ut at fourS a, rem- band-tailed pigeons from one-half 1!I : First Day Play L I! At Southampton

pared with term UU year and hour before sunrise to sunset. fSpp c'' tl 0 Orondo Morr ng Sen'i'i P I i iI.

.II In 19IS. The limit on the The Interior Department said DELAND The DeLand Red

umber *f ducks a hunttr may the bag and possession limit on Hats split a double-header here I' I TAMPA TAPl) Lake Worth last I. SOUTHAMPTON. N. Y. I lAP

biff In hi, possession wat set doves would remain at 10 as was last night with the Orlando SenI night was leading the Junior : Second-seeded Billy Talbert ofNew

at eUht. compared with 14 last the case last year. ators before a capacity crowd of Baseball Tournament with three

year and 20 the year before. A department official said bag 1.306 paid admissions. The Red I wins and no defeat. The East .i I York bowed out of the Meadow -

hours and possession limit would be Hats won the seven Inning game Florida aggregation with the Club's 57th Annual Invitation

Shooting generally fall the same as for last season on by a score of 4 to 3 but droppedthe masterful pitching of Bob Davis, Tennis I Tournament yesterday

tnthln the period of sunrise to all wildfowl except for specific nine inning affair. 5 to 3. shut out the Lakeland entry 9 to > joining three other top-ranked
with I I
tome specific
junset exceptions Three Red Hat hurlers allowed 0 in the final game of the day. t .
changes including those for players on the sidelines as thequarterfinal M.tDE FROM
for certain types of fo,," | .
ducks but four safeties in the seven inn- I Davis, who Wednesday pitched I
American and round wax
red-breast- com
datf's'Ir GOLDE. ( R.ti
Opening ) aceordingta Mergansers:: scoters '. ing; game with Yigi Alonzo gaining shutout ball held the Lakelandn \ pleted.

States. The Fish and Wildlife and brant. geese credit for the win after pitchingthe team to two hits. His teammate t\. .j f't Talbert. sixth-ranking player in
Mid that the
mice States which I
The regulations provide that last two frames. Jody Gallagher. playing second the country. was eliminated by
fcm the opuon of splitting their I base three hits in -., },.
three timesat
got p2.98J
ha" e already decided this migratory game birds may betaken I The visitors reached: Van Kin- I seventh-seeded; Sam Match of San

Kuon.' Indn idually. State with during the specified seasons namon for eight safeties In the TOM BERRY bat last night. BUDDY BEHRENS Francisco in the second major up-
matter a
,: 10-day straight season could have only with abow and arrow or 1 nine inning affair just one more . up on Way Yonder Today's schedule pits Orlando . aim is high. set of the grass court competition.

but two 12-day split seasons.The with a shotgun not larger than 10- : than the Red Hats could get off 'fc against Lakelandn at 10 a.m.Crf'sh1ew's Rallying from virtual defeat in the

gauge. with the general requirement i the slants of Joe Jones. team plays Coral second set. Match triumphed with 4-5 QT.
se lOn Homed In I
that firing must be from the Gables at the same hour. The scores of 5-7. 6-4. 6-4.
,, HambletonianEntries I
the EaSt as explained on the protested the game in
winners of these two play each GOLDEN1WEDDING
shoulder. No less a
" < the fourth Behrens Heads surprising was the defeat -
I grounds that breeding conditions inning of the first gameon
Hunting is prohibited generally other at 3 o'clock this afternoon. of Jack Kramer and Ted -
.frf poortr in the areas from the grounds that Mgr. Stein-
! At 8 tonight Jacksonville plays '
which tu migratory wildfowl fly with any automatic-loading or ecke. who is under suspension, was Warm I, Lake Worth. Schroeder. Davis Cup doubles
I Field
hand-operated IntoSemiFinals who
i Aouth.Yesterday's. repeating shotgun' in the park and directing the playof champions. lost in straightsets
Lake Worth had ft hard time 'I WHISKEYSII
of in the
capable holding more than second round doubles to
the Red Hats.
I regulations. Issued three i winning its second game but edged Bernard I
shells unless the gun has UpforEvent Bartzen of San Angelo.
Gene handled the mound
I by Pres. are reminiscent i> out Orlando 6 to 4.
been adjusted to limit its Tex., and Gardner Lamed. 11-9
tot the big duck: depression of the capacity |I duties for the Solons In the open- I 35.50'
I Cnid-JO's. They also coter various to three shells. {I Ing tilt and was touched for 10 GOSHEN, N. Y. I tAP) With reservations -' Orlando later came back to 63. .

I. fctherwildfoml The birds "may be taken durIng >' safeties in suffering his fifth loss indicating an all-time I| defeat Tallahassee 3 to 2 when KALAMAZOO (API J Top-seeded i Previous victims of upsets In CASE OF 12

! ;I the open seasons from landor i 13 victories. 'record crowd for the Hamblet.onI I Bill ePeler singled to drive home Herbert (Buddy Behrens of singles competition as hot as the "

| The regulations are intended to water with the aid of a dog. against Joe Jones gained credit for the ian Stake. William H. Cane owner I I I two runs In the last half of the Fort Lauderdale. Fla.. making an- !: weather were defending iitlist -z---/ '.0TH I1FFER"TIETHIS
: prevent disappearance of wildfowlmuch and from Good Time Track. announced :, other strong bid for the National I Gardnar of
i a blind boat or other i victory in the night-capper to give o > seventh IDnin It. was a pltchI < Mulloy Coral Gables. COMr *vn (.ET
as happened to the '
floating craft not under tow or hime an 11-10 record although he 'last night that 2.000 additional I I ,' battle all the way with the Junior Tennis championship maneuvered ; Fla.: third-ranked Bob Falken- I IT

i core prolific passenger pigeon. sail, except sink-box Ibattery needed help from in seats under cover would be made '' winners retting six safeties and '. to within two matches i burg of Hollywood. Calif. and

i' A January etimate! put the wa- motorboat (excluding a boat having Tommy Hyde available to spectators for the 21st I II I II I the lowers five.Crestvlew. of the crown yesterday. : fourth-favored Ed Moyland of San .
: info,' population at 54 million.a a detached outboard motor], the last of ninth with two men i renewal of the famous trotting 1 I I Buddy advanced to the semifinals ; Francisco. *
beaten 11 to 4
out. by
'f' a decline of 2. million from the and sailboat." classic next Wednesday. by a straight set victory Advancing to the semifinalsi Sat cat.I .
: Coral Gables in morning
1141 estimate The 194) estimate St. Augustine will invade the Meanwhile horsemen continuedto a game. over MacDonald Mathey of Prince
Hunters more than 16 years of also came back strong to shade I II i with Match were Francisco (Pan-
.-si 12* million. Orlando domain today for take stock of the 1 ton. N. J.. 6-1. 6-3, and today will !
' 1 age must have in his possession a a leading candIdates Gainesville 3 to 1. Dan Urquhart chol Segura of Ecuador seeded I )
The open' teons< on waterfowl Federal hunting stamp. validatedby single game starting at 8 p.rru, for the $55.000 race as they i held Gainesville to hit and I; engage George Gentry. La Jolla. ; fifth: Symour Greenberg of Chicago -
I one
and coot--eseept for mood ducks. means of the holders signaturein new starting time for all Orlando : went through their last stiff work- i the only run scored off him was i Cs.1.. pride of the court young ranked sixth and unseeded

mow geeee and brant In several ink. Persons not over 16 years night home games. Stan Ze- outs. Way Yonder. Deanna Hanover ;, unearned. liens.I Victory Seixas of Philadelphia the

; States; and excluding Rosa geese of ace! are permitted to take migratory dalis will waltz out his 10-10 and Tyson Hanover all took Crestview bunched three of I Ii its Gentry seeded No. S. earned North Carolina University star

and swans-Include : waterfowl without such a record to oppose the red-hot to the track In mid-afternoon after i' six hits in the sixth inning for the his semMinal berth by upsetting who eliminated Mulloy Wednes

Alabama. Arkan a Florida.fcrU Saints who have clipped the an overnight rain had delayed : winning two-run margin. I the. western junior titleholder. day.

, Kentucky, MitkUalppl. league-leading Gainesville G- their training schedule and all i The losses by Gainesville and Tony Trabert. Cincinnati. 6-4. I I 100 100

! North Carolina, !South Carolina. stamp.Winter Men two straight. i worked in creditable time. Tallahassee were their second and 6-3 yesterday. Trabert was seed Proof Proof

i Teaneure. and Virginia-Dee.. Garden I To date the Senators have fail- I Tom Berry drove Thomas L. eliminated them from the meet. ed fourth. Saints Again

I I I U Jan. 6. nu. ed to look too impressive againstthe i Gaines' well-liked Way Yonder ((5a.m. (a..| The No. 2 Junior. Richard Moul- .

: Open scaxms on mourning, or ; In 2:06 2-5 and 2:06 3-5. Styentyfouryearold | LAkE WORTH i ORLANDO' SOUTHERNCOMFORT
Clinches First Ancient City club, having won : sIrS, .5,5 edous. New Orleans was matched Slice
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I turtle dove. Include: fou rand lost nine to them. Two i Ben White Ifw.Mt I 1 5 1'.1"! 1 I I i against unseeded and unpredictable AwayAt
Alabama, NOT. 2'? to Jan. 25. of the wins were registered' rated L. B. Sheppard's Deanna 1_... I I lRTvnIngp, III
I Jerry De Witts of Vallejo whoi
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Florida. In Broward. Dade and In Lake-Orange home and the other pair on the Hanover in 2:06 4-5 and 2:07 I 1.1...",", ..., 4 5 .'lf>..*..). t I I i had eliminated three seeded play. G-Man Lead J

Monroe Counties. Oct. 1 to 31; road. while Paul Vineyard was in the 1I..... ...rf t I 11\|prl>iB'.rf I I era in his climb to the semi-finals. : 539 4-5 QT.
I I tlOouil; I I
rest of State Say 21 to Jan 11. Jr>v\ Or-! do Mrsnt; 'Se: 1(: (FIRST BAUD Milky as Tyson Hanover the 1 I 1I.ln."'.If I I I 1 De Witts yesterday disposed of rc-De: of *fvirjr- Morning Sen'Tfl I
Georgia Dec 3 to Jan. 31. ORLANDO DELANO property of M. J. Duer and son. 'I.Cor.e I 0 1euIl..IH: I S IIPi ,
WINTER GARDEN Mob- Alex Hetzeck. Hamtramck. Mich., GAINESVILLE Gainesville's
Ir5. at r k tit aI.TbrtBilM '..." 1 I ',ri__rf I IDart..of I II
. The proclamation also sets forth ley's Winter Garden Lake-Orange 1 I 1 1 JiSloan.H' . I I S SStill worked his best miles in 2:07 45. I ,1 I *:alf.l 1 5 t No. three seeded junior 6-1. 5-7. I, G-Men disappointed 2.250 fans BELLOWS
: the number of birds which may betaken MalTint.*" I . I f :.... -I - '
League entry unofficially clinched All this failed to alter the viewsof 6-1. Previously De Wilts had beaten here last night when they presented -
i In including fl.rri.on.If. I I S I f,Wi<1 any one day first place in the circuit with a I I I I'Alrni.ln' 11'1' veteran observers who have installed -Bart4 for Flnwrra In :'b. Gilbert Bogley. Chevy Chase. the St. Augustine Saints with I

i .Q fowl by anyone accompanying ,II 5-1 victory over Mount Dora here Brand rf 4 5 I 1""&... .. I 1 I I R. H. Johnston's Rodneyas Scale br Innlitft: Md.. seeded fifth. and Canada's 1 a 10-3 decision and saw their FINE .
I the hunter or assisting him. Rbta..1bItSlMPas.Ib" . I I I the favorite and the Castleton Uk Wortb Ill Ml 1=-4 champion Lorne Main Vancouver. ,
:' Wednesday night in a game that [ Ttmmp.rf lSllv..s 1 1 I 4 J Orlando' *M 215 1 IErmn league lead shrink to one game. .
i Ducks i except American and lasted until midnight after rains : K....... Sill *'Ma ted breasted Margansml-four. | Mijor.a IiISSiPen a> 51155 Volotone. as stron PrrwninOallaihar.. Ran* SerieS tot: Md'X.Cortwrtl i John Plaits Beach CaL 6-4 CLUB -
! delayed its start. :IBinlini I' 1 I gsecond and Twit-daw 1I11 110ft...... "tM( .% b...v Long the G-Men had committed six errors -
! including in the limit not more The victory gave the locals a I laKMMM* I IIII third choices. R.lUjkT. .............. Kim. I. rn-I,.. B--. Lrnw. 6-1. on top of three"pitchers walking -
! than one wood duck and no per- season's record of 20 wins and '" * I S ITail. Jsrrtflrrs: ROM. CnrlwM." .Swift riflwrr nine. hitting two and tossingone
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I IOn may possess more than 8 eight losses. Mount Dora was IT 1 I II 7 Totals tJ. It tl I *.+*: Lk Wail I. Orl."" .. U. Haw. em Kat1. wild pitch.
ducks Including in such limit not dropped into third place with 0'f f '_it<(4 (nr Bat4la II !Stk.OrltiKi ,. Sfandnas! off Brownlni) 4. (ftfwl I* mnx*. ml: oRro Daytona Stops I The Saints collected five hits off
I more than 1 wood duck. I _ ._ _ 55I MM 1-1 .nl3I.. Rlf."l I. Hi"- Oft I>a.1a |a I-I : I the combined
: more game to be played that would 0.1...... .. _ Ml, Ill 1-4Emm tnninia Ifur I r.a.. I mptm: *k"klr. aall offerings of Mason
I The proclamation makes the ; give them a two-way tie with i : RoI>rt1_. 1'.... AIrn. )I. ....... Rmwka'trt l I..atin*. Tim* of ,...: I.". J Leeper. Don Coker and Myril
i new dates and bag limits effective i In: l.rhran. Airrim. M. Parrs t. Kncvpsr. FLORIDA STATE lUlU jPalatka Twicei i Hoag while the G-Men 2.98 :
for second if were rap
Apopka they won J J"tt
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i U Aug. 31. 1947. their final tilt. i ka.a: I.rtnaM. I.HI m 5....: (Maw.** .. PrUnl n I ,,'In. ..41.IT OanfoH. 4" >2..4.. 14', TALLAHASSEE 0RLANOO I : ping out the same number off I .::;
I The regulations provide these MOUNT.OOr4. I WINTER GARDEN 11 Bun M kails: tn HlJfl* I. J Trm S. .5 i Am. M I* lt 1 ,Talaika 4* It CII II . .5,5 IbrI i DAYTONA BEACH-The lowly ; Rocco Rotunno and. Hal Heiner. --"..::- II
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hours for shooting waterfowl: I I' "trw* ""t: bj MaSs I. Akmin. 1. Htt: arr J. Manila. M 47 .544 I I1.rr.hira 4* (I X'<* n I II r.r as I I I rranrtwn.Hi I 1 I i ST. AUGUSTINE lAINISVILLt I FULL 4 5 QT.
Beach Islanders
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Waterfowl including coots T..I1t. S I I lII\, 4 1 S 1 'I 2; aft .......... In 1 innlmi '. Will ."ltrk: .....Ita YaatardayDanona > II 01mm., I I n.'f 4 I J ]I two games from the Palatka Aza- Jm1.t )2112J.'N..em..( 551111AMlISIN 1 90 PROOF :
rails and gallinules may be taken lIP...;' I I S I 'jh"M.rf 1 1 S I I. ...,... Wlonin pluhrr: Almm VBpUas: nRr.A''''' S '. flPLa.... t.. SawIN I I' 4 t i leas here night Walley Gad- 4I Ill .1I..11t. I I I J IInawlI.Irc I -
11..1" 1 I S S ".tw K'It'.1f. I I I I Daris and o..U. TIM <4 ....*: I:... "--."" t \. raia'ka. I. 11.4.", 4 * TV" MM, rf t I IMs44..nrf t S I I 2 IM.irgsnsq I I t ISiIii -
each day from sunrise to one hour i 1'I.Ie.,8, ,,.,md..c 4 5 II. Snntal 3-$. l.1uri 1... 1 1 rtog<.... 2 a 1I I IPeriial dis chunking a neat three hit )If i 2 2 1. I Rinilti ; I 'I 1'lIko.a J
before sunset: exceptThe I Il'WAILI I S I S It)lnhln.. J' 1 S 'I' SECOND SAME St. Avtwtin I*. Hatnrwili. I. I lG.rermn! 1 I I5mwSIN shutout 3 to 0. in the opener andi \\ 12. 1 2T1tocrfrf 1 1.1. rirt
HIIabe' 1 S I I : J" S I I I I Oil1 pr3. 1 t tt ..
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hour for commencement "" _.. I S I I 11'-11..310' I S S S lbrh. ..'lnr. at 4Rl.AM'O. .P.emlivi5, Flov.n.rt I SI i Stubby Stab lfeld out pitching S I I I S L.Iplert I I I 1 II I
of hunting of waterfowl and II,,.. 1 I S I".I". J S I I .".. 11 SIiiGkan.rt. Punks. at I..rabnrc.Sjnfrwd ;...... 1 I I Bill Loveys 5 to 3, in the after I. 1 S ''.''''''''.n I I I I 1 IRaumsp -
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TABLES hcw<: OrliiKla I. nrUmt 1*. B.... M belli: at rinrtnnall awl Hit) ... vltrtirr: .b. <;JJJt ,\\."),""I. WIll er: l etwr.. f...4r..: MIne swl ftenwrk. ThIS -
off I....... '. Killll....... 4. !Ktnirk. nit: br 1<*\*> .n.h. (|) .) ... Tanrlar ..... (iS-Si l aM Urely" The Sanford Celery Feds trimmed plies Carldia r jplra : Laralt and roovfr. Tlaja .r ...!: 1 ?'. J or. $1. 1. .
1. HT<1.. I. KlnMnma 4. HIU: off Jaw, la (".U.) I the Leesburg Pirates in a twin I '"f .i.>.: ..:1'. --h
I USED USSOO According to the Solunar 1.1 Inmnn ,. off Hid In I.. tnln. .. WIMpltrliM ,
attraction at the
tables calculated for this area : Klnirnm. WKintnt pltrhr: Jnox. Vmlm AMERICAN LEAtUt II I [) .. Wtaih-rv. .HarrlfWw ...... IMIa. t'*
pl : 110.11. Dirt Tim tit ..m.: I II). T... W L ..... CR Taut W L Pet.V CI here last night by 3 to 1 and 5 tOI i 1 lEACH I.elL !>."..*'. flan: Hofla S .*.ho-adtaoat. ..I 1 VIRGINIADARE :
best times
of the State the Tor5I .:a Clri.ltnd 41 4S ,4s. ir',. 4 1--- .. r-1m5 .....* I. IAft M .....- ".'.th 4. PaflM .
I CENTRAL AVE for banting and fishing will I PaPal SI U .3.; II Maak'tM. 4} M .4)7 24Iantt >, margins. II II'. 14 '. I*. RaiM M ..11.' "ff lynrrt (. ..t._
____ III t* 4VUJ U""I- ..* 41 :M 4J* 23 Hrhirpftla Goose Kettles went the route in Ih 11111) ,I i f.!'d 1 snarl nH. tn Un5.f.ll!l fill by Mrt- I ::
be as follows with Major II I FSL Roster Changes I If1De1 It I* .Sa% III 5Lul.. $4 Jf 2l 21 the opener and gave up only fin I ,.If t. I I I ; erk* Laer. iTetrauMi. ..t HuhLa.. ,
periods indicating the best lImits TntsraajrirrrliM I Wfl.bsIf41IIS5.5erf. 2 I . Urara. tV e.iC_ ..... l.'*tr. T1af >. I
the nine-Inning tilt. i iI I SWEET
time and Minor periods the tOl to Orlando Morning Sentinel] S. R.4'.t .. bingles over i Tmraff.rf 4 I I 1 I Ttt...." I I I I J S I uft: 1:44. I II
Pkiladrlpnla. I. (.IIIr.... t.Prtrolt Jack McCammon. Charlie Bissen I! -
CastleS 4 I I 4 lIars" I I I I II
next best hours: SILVER 8PRING8-F1orld. State te&iue al >r. Tat poiianwil.. thrfaftilrirathrrl. 3 I -1 4 4 S I I I S 1 i ,
the riirp.kJ
II Irrigation EquipmentPIPESPRINKLERS I hfdquTl !.it night rrporud the 1 allowing ,, . and Johnny Tomat worked on ,!i I! I WINES
A. M. P. M. rrrrnt roster h.nrs: hill In the for the locals '
W..I... .. "' lMuia 1 Inl.hll), nightcap .. a. I" I I IlIt. .II.I"., I I I I I
DIY'Un.. MaJ. )(in. lUa.l.I : Signed rctcrtn *- I Ta4ay's Caicra visitors to four' .
I I on fire days' tritl. and limited the I' l* mTMala, I' S I J I

I:I Friday 5:35 11:55 6:10 I DELAND, : Signed vrtrrtn Chuck. Aleno ..PmhaM.....,.....,..:plirhrra: ooa and V"t rrrnrds In 'well scattered hits. Ii I .. 14 -I Taiha i. -I IT T.
slId rrsl.t.d Ted Rosa.LEESBURO
II Sat. 6:70 12:25 6:50 12:45 YI".an I Chirm .. Waahintion (tiiihll,-Hirnrt (11'1 (MUST SAME) I aiMModrdPala'ka 11,1 lW D..iI I. GilI BOATS 99c
I PUMPENGINES:\ Mayr Slur prda. la.tlnt 1V% dinabled Mickey: Rrlnitattd Mlhallk. Joe Uaseda and ... WTHH 111t. -*). LIfSBUM SAN'ORDak I __ SnI 113 153F
1\ ta a Hour in a>flrati... are shewn in PALATKA: Suapeadrd Jo Cleary for in- hat at Phila rlprua (Rlintl-Munrrtrf r k ,.-.' ak e k *. Dartona R-' INS "I IOniI
I lack typ4 '<4in r (.r second ...U lubordlnatton. (i III ... Taller l (Mi. Rtdl. .'.!II 4 I I 4 t at ...n.... I 1 II. J Krrara: 1l.s s.aa. ......... Weathers.' Ron kat.
I fOR GROVES AND FARMS periods. shorter hours, light bee I DAYTONA BEACH: Rrlnitated Mike .,..mll.I B"..'on (nlihil-Hutrktnm, (.-ll ... .ehMnarf 4 I T1'ao.1f' I" S 1 I ... M: Tat"nit t a..... Wes'itera t fitstIInana. 1OOFF -
Sofia and dulled Olrna Morton. "0fT1.. It.t). "'II." I' 1 I Bar .'".... 1 I I ISsl'erf Tus .... kits: r eaHs.... ofia. Bin : ._;;:::-
I Fr.. EI..rt a.nke DELAND: DisabledHarold Stewart and Clrraland at Set York-rlardar 111YI.. BrtrrnIt 1 lilt .1111') '''. rf I I S S I FULL 4 5 QT.
... Dnll announced Ted Madjeskl aa temporary l'J. far-imi 4 III Lake aa III .. I
manner.SANrORD. 1I..rt It. ZIllIMszr.N 45514 ANY BOAT IN STOCKTO
1 CHINA GLASS, POTTERY : Disabled Martin Zuba. INTERNATIONAL LtACWCTaa : 7.leannrkn 1 I I I I RatterfCU" 4 I 411 t
W L PetiTent. W L Pit.Vimtraal flrVM.I 1 I lit I. nrl4erf 11111Jnd
announced that he had fined M fit .'!! RorrMa'ar" 4. U ..4MJanar < '.. SI IIlLemiae Ill SKKtleap
(. I Open Stock Din'nerware Leesbnrt player Charles Smart S5 for hl Ci:)t III': .MI Tnmnt. .> II ."*', 11551. PUMPSOF NEW EQUIPMENT ..
SS I* .S4T .Vr-. 47 Il .43*
: conduct .1 O.ln..TllJ. Julr 23. I acmI
,- "...!L ... -- SifTs 51 M .$Jt BaltloMr 44 It ..422Ratuits Tnala" 11 t J4 II* Tmals" I* tl n ISa
J' I: THE CHINA MARTI About 640 pounds of stock feed ) Yattar.aMocnrr.1 -fl.M mrt tie Harrirree" ) to Ttk.Le .
--- --- t H.- nark 4. I .hun to* *a* i-l ORLANDO
... are produced from cottonseed to ..... __ II l* lOt *. .>
I .- .--- --- I II N. Or"I' At*. Tel. 1-2254 Tomnia I Unanii* I III ImilKii) lI.n. lKrrw ALL KINDS
.. _. ... ... .
500-pound bale of cotton. Rnttal. B.hl 4-1 >- Hnr iitt< A""I. Semi In: LANSDOWNEWHISKEY
RorlMa'n !. Jersey ('II. 4. t..... Rrlde TV* Kate kits: *a tarfwD. 1. Barrinttwi. -
Rrtrte. ....1.. a.I "'01'" kaiea: OUTBOARD
SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE ,IT" .... U.. Rrlda. ."arrtfleet" : Rattlaa.
RnuiH YntartfayJartvmmHe T...hl. pla, .aUmart M 'II".e..a. in rti emaK: Home Waler
4. Ap.aata I. tfoo-I.! t. ...k.. Left OM l>a>ea! Leethtirf I. ..a... i Systems :
nreenrtll .. .........., 1. ,.,..., .. Ram Cliailaatmi 11. IVilowMa I. nut In Jill 3. Kettles *. Wit to plttherM PRICE 412
CaJnoMa 3. Main 4 H* 'ImiKftt.VarnerAustill lily iRrl<1ei. Pu.e4 .haMa Hefrtniton. lAw'.. Red Jacket
MORE PEOPLE Tooiraa: Tube ..... Wlltown., TI. af !>.": "Yonr Complete Marine OURPRICE

Cop iSICOND.SAMCI Robins & Myers Equipment Store" : 3.49

I Mixed Doubles unau"l SANfOHB

Clarence Varner and Play Mrs. J. lite I n.n .115,15 I 1 I 1 MMi.usn akekia lit 1 1 I Johnston Hydramatic DEALER. FOR 39.95 SK 4-5 QT
ARE SMOKING ....tlt..ff) I 1 1 1 TTter.lf' J 1 I *
Austill defeated Mr. and Mrs. I I eV*.e4a" IIIISSsijtfl 11111 HIGGINS BOATS

Eston Caton. 6-1. 6-4. in the Or- R.ll.lf 4IISIL.5.31. : CENTURY BOATS
I alt .if 4llIISlvti.tliI t t 1i
lando Tennis Club's mixed doubles -SA.50 3 STAR BRANDY
,i, Hinr! I I I I I Hatterf'.111 1 I III fart
tournament yesterday; and will ""' 31t I. I J t Brtrt rf 1 I I I I JOHNSON MOTORS
face Mr and Mrs. Mercer Henry \Zr'rll" I l1112Yw4.r. I I I 04 and UpI
; Ijgal" in a quarter-finals match at the I It. Riit..t I I 5 5 5 4.40

CAMELS club's courts at 5 pjn. today. Leil' IIIl2Tae.p lIlil I Down TA-PAT-CO CUSHIONSWe
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kH .'< I * * OUR
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$5.00 Month 3. 9
- - - - : per maintain a completely equipped PRICE .-.-.
KILL HIS ?a.I It !!I" $1111 T.... I* I 1fl14 I
a--,tnjl4' r..r Orvenoattf In 11.11. outboard motor repair shop. I II
k-._..1to4 Mt fnr lemlT U .'.. I I ''
FLEASTorment e-1-I. tit .. I. :;JI.r LIBBY & FREEMAN 39.95 ?,, 4.5 QT j
jCL 'I: ....... _ InS 114. III 2709 N. Orange Are. Ph. 8233
THAN EVER BEFOREThrouth I ..,.... ____ ""! TIn i-5r.
Dust '- & : .-.: HalL Mia'" Greamtal Laaa. M"'''',. 711 W. Church St. TeL 98S9 1
4 _ma lw't..1 <": .........1... )ld.*_. Half. >.an I BEER IN CANS :
C7r will kill the fleas / 1. "" ...,...... ttarrlflrea' : Rrl 54cM..... Pimble .1.,. MrTaiiBMii t. )MrManult
on your dcg in i Hatterfeld. Left a* .ham: I *alMra *. Mfrd 3.95 1
4 ".... M nIl,: .ff Lemlr *. )f..'.._ V 17c ,
30 seconds-if it fails, it luau L Rimrk.dt: IIY %M' >.. \. 1'_.. 1 Sin' .rf Lath.' S ta I 1 nnii. S .1 I i
during the wartime cigarette is free Harmless to the naa. "" Bia n I In S lneii '. rvt: off Omtlitl CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH of 21 EACH .
fxperienct .. Inairi. I rant. tiff )lcf'. 1 nt 3
dog. I.' imrlBta. 4 nna: off Taat t hi 1 1-' t* I II I
shortaI. .In smoking-and comparing mat. I runs wild pieS: I_11. "1...,.,
. 1 lb. box $1.00 ttukerMjVaauaM.. I_M| P '''''. l..olr. .".-
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different brands . more and more ' 5 4 plm: ",..,. vtt T.,.... TIM ar ,._: 1AII. :" KNOCK and CLATTERDon't j

many Vi lb. box _ _ 30c .... *. I.OT. \
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smokers learned that CAMELS suit them best. tSt..1ec' let ft noisy motor annoy you. We arc J
:44I Sold by Feed, Seed and I .NEW equipped for factory overhauling or new

; Hardware Stores. -I motor-[yes It can be financed
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Page U rlanbn fflnrnteg &rnitnrl Friday, August 1 lf 19'11r l t New Smyrna Infant
The Finest To Be. Had


r I |:1 Muriel to Orlando! M--nng y. tf) ,i' for that NEW CAB LOOK- M TEARS OF DEPEXDABOrrT
Best Trailer Shop Rent[ Increase Rules CitedSpecific 1 NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Mu- SAM JONES CALL. PHONE: !: OR WBTTK

riel Mangum. four month
a L.
1 daughter of Mr. and Mr.. Russell''' J.W. Cor. Garland and Jcffersca j COX e
I :::5 W, Washington requirements must be I be signed by landlord and tenant three copies of a registration of Mangum of the peninsula who : Phone 6CZS I i "SH IRMA IT. ,

i I Dial 6894 satisfied before rents can be rais-, voluntarily and in food I lease form at the time you file a weighed two pounds and four 1 I
faith. No tenant can be evictedfor I signed copy of the lease. Get your ounces at her birth at Sunny
IO* Winter Carded Road ed not more than 15 per cent under I
refusing to sign a lease. : registration form: at the rent of- South Hospital Mach 29. recently ,
I a lease running through 1948, "Put the lease in writing. f fice," Br HANLEY fOGUE developed a tumor of the left ee '

W. L. Jones Orlando area rent i cannot be raised by oral agreement I Jones also; listed these "don'ts:" THE QUESTION t ana is now a patient again at the YOWELL DREW IVEY CO. IN ORLANDO t
said "Don't include provisions in the hospital.
director, yesterday.All
c5entineI= tar leases must be filed with the "See that the increase is lease which decrease the essential you pick the candidates Miss Heta King!:, obstetrical
': more than 15 per cent of the I services, furniture furnishings and you vote for, or does someone nurse at the hospital. accompanied 1
rent office, where they will be
examined !
in effect at the time of % i equipment which are included in else tell you how to vote the infant to Daytona Beach for
MOVES MERCHANDISE he stressed, adding thai
leases which fall short, or contain !, It may be less. I the rent in effect at the time the I THE ANSWERSMrs. the eye examination by a specialist ,
"Be sloe that the lease is executed lease is signed."Don't !I who found it necessary to remove It t
I i I KrIAm evasue clauses, may be rejected e'I
m rrr rri m ; that is, signed by include provisions 1 Kathryn Woodsby, the :
.1 with the requirement that incrased !i j I i secretary e%.e. The infant, who
I any I;' landlord and tenant in the prPs which permit the landlord to Mount Dora: weighs six pounds seven ounces Se.
Daily Circulation rent paid by the tenant
je ;
| Fait I Months I I be returned to him. i! ence of two ..witnesses by Dec. terminate the lease at his op 1:: "I decide for myself I will admit : now. will be kept at the hospital .
-4J433 1947. tion. The lease must he for a that I do not discuss politics until she recoveisFt. .
Jones listed the following "d'>5. II i
the landlord file term which runs through the
"The law requires that leases "If you are i often and do not -- 1
._ .. of the lease with entire of 1948.
I signed copy year pay a lot of attention !
Ii Pierce
rent office within 15 days | "Don't include conditions, provisions to the' Man Faces !

the date of signing. If you f, or minor covenants clear- elections. However Charges i in i i
tenant at ly designed to wade the law, such i I Accident
YOWELL DREW IVEY CO. IN ORLANDOTravelWise your sign when I do . ,. 1 '
times the latter date is the as ones under' which the landlord [ vote it is for s Or i" IIT \hr. T'1 -<< '' 1

of execution."If could exact penalties or terminate i some candidate DAYTONA BEACH-William N.

\ Size CologneCool you are the landlord, f the lease before expiration date." that I believe wit! Crooks Ft. Pierce, who was involved !t
ReHV' in an automobile accident j
, do a good job. I.
which sent him and Mrs Francis

Pig Swim Derby Big Event Today I sometimes to the radio listen talksof Bowers. New Smyrna Beach, apassengl'r
the Dolitinaru in the other car. to 3

b f1" Br DON THACKREY Mrs. Woodsby and read what the Halifax Hospital has been
1J charged with drunken .
I dmingState
KIRKLAND Wash. [UP] On the eve, last night of the if they their have qualifications to say in the paper and Highway Patrolman J. H. J'if ,

i West's annual could almost kind strike me Barrows said .. y \
pig-derby, you get any as the best I will vote for those Wednesday night. \
of a price on your favorite porker. But you couldn't buy I candidates:' : Crooks will be brought to court \ \
just as soon as he is reelased from <:' \
cool his or her chops for love nor money. * - r \ \ \
/ cologne la a feather} I the hospital. Barrow said. The .'"'i4 \ \

Horse racing may be more popular than pig-swimming I !Sirs. Velma Gunn, clerk Ta- case will be heard by Judge Peacock .}IT .: I J'3.
I ifht flacon .'. aplU-proof apace, I .:-t-derbjs but you wouldn't know it I ta res; '' .T- r.-t'"' YiA. \J

around here even if the guys who i iI "I usually decide for myself I .: .. :. ..,)

MVtr for your e'er handy bag. Pastor To Work I are making[ book on the pigs area: but occasionally take come political Volusia CountyInstruments '.'. v ;. ... ,.7 .

under cover because of a law that advice from :, '<' l ;
As Section Hand my husband.When .. Filed .
Travel-wiie size .1.25 says you mustn't bet except at' 'Y4. ,. he" r1 i!
l I like a 1. DELAND-Stanley I Kimbrt 1 M ax to '\., '.. ,
the pari-mutuel tracks. ( candidate I vote May A. Wlckman and Anna U. Wkkoiao. 1.00, ISO, 6.00<: To Support Self The under cover gents will come | for him regardless 110 wdAllen H Blrtkman ax to James Edg- 'J i"J 4, !

out long enough to quote you odds i of what my I brrt $600 IudWeb.ter kk ..
LANARK m. (API the 27-year- i Griffin .t ut to Trustees of i .. I
anywhere from dazzling to disappointing husband or anyone Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church. $19wd ; I
old pastor of the Christian Churchin .
else thinks .
I depending upon what I
this town of 1.500 has advisedhis pig-swimmer you favor to win the!' about his quali ..Jj;h'. Edward rt vx: E.$10 Cole wd. fitr to William Jans'n L I

congregation he will hence- I second annual pig swimming fications. I do Dohrrn W. Wligrrt rt BX to Walter A. ()
Hurst! $10 IwdJ .:,\ \
'! pick my L .. ,
forth refuse his church salary and I derby T Symonds et BI to Charles W.
will support himself as a railroad I Today Kirkland stages: this pig- i dates for ( Luther $10 wd : C''M
good looks, Mrs. Gunn Charles W. Luther et QX to Anna T U.
section hand because of dwindling t swimming championship and interest Symonds $10 qrd "gj1',1\It
1 is running even higher; than | try and office seeker Charles W Luther et n to Anna T O Q
church attendance and financial 1 that I (' l do the best Symonds. $10 qcdL I.:SV/
( last year when a lot of reputa- I Wilson Summrrlin et as: to City of
support. tions besides the pigs' were at job. I would be Daytona Beach $10 ..d. /--V
cleaner and if Joseph Ginsberg et to Jessie Walker
[ women would ox
The Rev Harmon H. Bro, pastorof stake. $10 wd
the church since last March, Offirials plan a four-race card take more in them, and W. A Hull et nx to Lloyd Lee North et I
told his flock Sunday "There are for the 1947 paddling with six would make minds more ax. $10 wdWailare )1 Weat'/tJ/
W Evans WJ H. ,
often: et 01 to ;bur :
too many people in modern entrants in each of the three \ Fowler et ux $10 wdW o th fht
churches who think that the preliminary swims over the 100- Jackton Harrell et ax to Sidney L. I t1j 1
Paine et ux $10 md
'fUW "A' Kingdom of God is just somethingyou foot course. Mrs. II. C. clerk Kissim- William M. Potts ..t BX to Agnes P. I
hire a preacher to worry aboutso Win and place porkers will meet mee: Stone. widow, and Althra Pettit Stone $10wd !

woo 4 the congregation can relax." I in the finals for honor and a "My h I usually talk Trustees First Baptist Church of De- '
DNUI"oma J chance to escape the barbecue pit. Land to Lincoln L. Jacobs et ex 110 wd
On Monday he began work
as a the
is- .
campaign Mabel B. Sams. widow to Andrew JLluhtfoot
section hand for the Milwaukee j As to the rumors of criticism of over and .1 $10 ord. SI un
Road. the wagering because of Washington's Aultoa McElveen et ax to Joseph JJptok -
of the time .
$10 wd !
anti-betting law. Art on the Walter N Frr uv>n Jr e4 M to Jack EFerauvm :. I
Needham of the Chamber of et ax: and Frances Marie F. :
ItttOOt&l4. Piscatorial Note Commerce. says: candidates. ',, Rose! et Tlr to Mrs W. N. Odessa) Fergo- cl3if.140: S
: }
gives me some son $l wd I
"We are not interested in wagering Paul H. Cox et ux to R H Push single.
only in improvement of the political ad- ,''I' qrd
Fish Can
Write! and I usually R H Rush sinsle to Leola Helen Vroo- :
; breed. it. I would man. single $10 wd !I

[.... ... When Fish issues Pickerill a I say that he''
fishing license newspaper reporters -'! Courthouse Records me how to Osceola/ County I j The finishing touch for a smart emefnbit!

take notes. ,i '. He guiJes I
Instruments Filed
That happened here yesterday At DeLand Listed in making my 1 -Humming Birds! Sheer
KrSSrMMEE---.SyblU Daisy Abbott to W. yet strong,
in the County Judge's office. ,i i I i DELAND Sheriff* Docket- t fed I have i i H Strong find decree
Orange County's license bureau (county): W J Norton charged with fortI voted for that he od W H Strong' to Jessie R Hale ft HI wd

Ceam.tin- VOWEl when Richard W. Pickerill, 3022 !I ery Released: not favor, often. My Merle et ux Darling wd et ax to Arthur W. Warren cause they're skillfully knit and tfaoroufhJy

Street floor DREW (,tl Helen St.. came in to buy a 1947- Johnalhan Quitter. by State attorney husband with politics Maroaret W LandK to P E. Mortaa et ,
t 48 finishing license. The clerk Jeff Anderson Dorothy Bell. Bealah Henderson. better than t'w he is qualified al partial release of mla.
W Johnson Wally er< sh, John J. Padgett to P. E Mortan et al.
by of America's
who issued the license was Richard I Cecil Old I AA. E stcbbtns. Bun ; Perry. I I advise. partial sat of rods one great hMtey *40|

O. Fish. convict Nathaniel camp White and Martin Snipes, to I I tqcd John. A. Rush. et nx to P. E. Morgan. [ *

The Fa bJon and Quality Store Since 1894 Paul Adam Doles Roberts' paid to out veteran hospital.Divorce Mrs. housewife P.. E. Morgan to Marvin W. Dalrymple.qrd ;, mills. Sizes SJ4 to l'&. :

Bonds of Two Negroes Started St. Marvin W Dalrymple et ax et ala to A
Mary Elisabeth Douclat TI. WilliamLewis "I make c. Shipley et nx ..d.A. .
Douglas mind. My C Shipley et nx to Oranvlfle Frank ,'
Estreated in CourtS Alice L. Adams YL Lewis E Adams husband is a an and I ama I.I Eacleton el ux mix d. v
Alice Knox Hanshaw 1'5. Joe J. Hanshaw.Fanule Democrat i. James H Milliard to Murray W. Over- "J i
'! of to Orlando Momng SfontInell Nocerine n. Dominiek NocerlnoOenevleTC h street wd
A I B. Jackson T*. Albert E we usually Stanley H Patten executor to Homer L.
YOWELL DREW IVEY CO. IN ORLANDO NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Bonds : Jackson! each other's Moorman order SiGauge t
of two local Elmer H. Renner T*. Marjorie M. Refiner Lynn Seville to O T C. Corp.. ch mtc $1.95 :
Negroes estreated
were I Divorce Granted I can Valerie Davidson Gilleon to Marvin Jack p ir. j
in police court yesterday morning. Beatrice G. Caruso vs. Charles A. say that he l Gllleon., motion.Emanneal f I
They were for Fred Nelson, Caruso J. Budincer ut to RamoncRaLynn. [ fr
Or or i e Thomas Carey vs Annie Bell never notice of Us pendensO r
charged with drunkenness $15, Hall Carey to tell me < S. Thicker et us to S. E. Sharpe et !
and Gertrude Brewster drunk and Marriage Application to \j.: : ax wdRaymono 45
vote. We .
James Edwin Edwards and Betty Jacqueline P. Walbs. dis I $1.35 I
I disorderly conduct $10. gtrickland.' both of DeLand. cuss the e 1 '. i Mildred E. Mynttl to Wtlbert L. MynttL Gauge pair". i

t Ion sand : : : order
1a'1 I merits of the ; : i- irent Mollie Carey to Ira Eugene Keene atria I l 1 lAkck

parties but i' w B Makinson ax to J. C. Alderman I
I. Sandlin et qx wd.J. to Sec Our New Fall Sfca4tf
.. YOWELL DREW IVEY CO. IN ORLANDO is as far as In local and j I met. d.Jel8e C.. Alderman et nx to First Federal I
\ : non partisan we discuss i .
Martin et ox to A. J. Lundy et als.
the do not alwaysvote j| wd i
REPORT: j Toby Johnson 31. steward Klsstmmee I land

.l\\ also of Qulda KIssimmee.legion Patricia. Hopkins. 17. student. ; I
oM1 Cold Wave Coming W. J. ) butcher. Col- ara '

..: onialtown.: Plans MeetingAt Hosiery! DREW

"I make and vote i' Street! floor f
for who I best Quali- New Smyrna Beach

d candIdate. i i .''DP- n 'n Or'-TOO' -kr-w Q -rt roll I

;$ ass: I do not 1! NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Amer-I
I Jrj any partic-' ican Legion members will have i

ya .J. choice in a 1 important' business to discuss at The Fashion :and Quality Store Siacc JIMIvey's
: race I will vote I their meeting at 8 pm. today at

vb :i for a candidate i the Legion Hall. Don Miller commander I

'. I t t.E tt h that I know, or '1 said last night 1 _
r someone that a ---- ----
E 1
: friend would like
j + to see elected. I

A do not take A'

I Ti j Moncrief \"trY active interest

i i in politics but I do not vote

for someone just because I have
been told to give him a vote." p. yx FashionablyMatched
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Planning ToBUILD '

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Page 14 rlanfcfl fBurtitag &rnttnrl Friday, August 1, 1947 Miss Cooper ,

;Miss\ Caswell Fetes Miss\ McCall\ i' :: ,4, Becomes Bride I II II AUGUST SPECIAL! F

Pre-l'l// tial Parties Planned .. .... > ...k tqt, ,. Of Mr. RobertsThe II!

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First Church of the -
Miss Connie McCaH.whose marriage t in Sanford by her friends there, _; ..' i r
to Jamie Alford of Tallahassee 'and this week Miss Gene Cas .. ;:> .:. : > was the scene of the wedding t
will l take place next Wednes- well entertained with a bridge ; j" s last night when Miss Joni i .ilk t

day a? 8-30: Church pm. at'Sanford.the First Presbyterian is- luncheon at her home here to ; Lois Cooper daughter of Mrs. ;!' I

and Mrs. H. L.. Cooper of Los Angeles I ,
being widely feted at a round of honor Miss McCall. : <, .=-:
:. / : became the bride of I, II
prenuptial social events. I Miss Caswell was assisted by : t'i' Calif.
Several parties have been ih'eni her mother Mrs. B. D. Caswell ..: "=.--:.. . L. F. Roberts Jr. son of Mr. and j! //CLzf I
i in entertaining the following with .:,) .'. Mrs. I*. F. Roberts of this ctiy. ,j
the honoree: The Mmes. G. E. The Rev. w. D. Croft. minister j
rur.K. Wtltamtt y w to McCall Lee Moore Gene Tucker, -. .-., of the church performed the \
FLORENCEBEAUTY I and Donald Jones of Sanford; :.: double-nng ceremony in a setting '
David Nusbickel of Winter Park: of arrangements of dahlias, in a
SHOP the Misses Martha Perkins Nancy ,. T q1 background of greenery, with i
Hair SfciplRC. rRFE *ith Collum, Jane Thijrpen. Jackie L !J candles in candelabra lighting the f r

SIMM rrrmanrat.Atk Facial D Brotchie. Kathryn Wiggins Sylvia scene. Mrs. William Cntes. pianist !
II t. O.&'GE"E.. PH. fTtl Meisch. Camille Batten. Mary 1.0rL I and Mr and Mrs. Clarence ;
Ann Whelchel and Martha White, I33R : Stiles. vocalists rendered the program .
all of Sanford: the Misses Eliza- l I| of nuptial music. ,
A picture ofAt beth Allen and Trish Jones of : Given In manage by her brother I}t /
Orlando. ,
Philip Cooper the bride worea
/ Yesterday afternoon Mrs. J. D. : white satin gown fashioned with II j
Woodruff entertained at her homein ., r4
WATCHcaa'fftx : round neckline, long pointed \
Sanford with a bridge partyto r [1 sleeves, and fitted bodice, from
honor Miss McCall and this .... .. :.b.,:,# ... which fell a full skirt to end in a !
morning Mrs. E. K. Hoy of San- .. _: medium-length train. Her finger- I
ford has planned a cola party. ; $ tip veil of imported bridal illu- RYTEX
Today at noon the bride-elect will : sion was caught to her head by a
be feted at a luncheon at which ::::1'f'l. :, tiara of seed pearls. She carried a {
Mrs. Charles Park of Sanford will < purple orchid with white satin
sa.t eN/la.r.e m atw eraaM be hostess and tonight at a bridge streamers.I FLIGHTPRINTED I
party at which Mrs. Ralph Austin :. { Mrs. Douglas Ball was matron of
Smith will be hostess. : ; honor. and wore a blue marqui-
Saturday Mrs. James Ridge and 'yb sette gown which featured a STATIONERY
PARENTS! WATCH! Whelchel enter-
Mrs. Hugh are round neckline, cap sleeves' and I
with tea in Miss Mc- : '
taining a I
J-- f fitted bodice buttoned down the
FOR ANNOUNCEMENT SOON CaU's honor and on Monday Mrs. ; : i
.. front to the full skirt. She wore
TERM David Nusbickel of Winter Park i long gloves to match her gown, : f 120 Sheets 5 I i
OF is entertaining with a luncheon 17
I and a braided net headress. with ff f I
it the Orlando Country Club. ', veil of blue illusion.
OPENING Mrs. F. E. Roumillatt of San- tJIM: : ; l,2f, ; :, short The bridesmaids. Miss Erma SO EnvelopesOrder
ford has planned a boat ride up t
Booth and Miss DorothyLaRue :
THIRD SEASON the St. John's River for Monday : i
a !I wore gowns fashioned as the honor I Iatt
night to entertain and the bride-elect Mrs ,,',rtflli. ,y& : 'K ndant.s. Miss Booth in yellow j' now for yourself . for others . !
and her f friends Tuesday ; C. .
The Tabernacle Lee Moore of Sanford will be hostess : > marquisette and Miss La Rue in for gifts. . Rytex Flight stationery-double
headdresses of
at the bridesmaids' luncheon. : i green. wore the usual quantity for August only! White
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Christian Day School 'braided net with short veils to
festivities will
The pre-nuptial r j0h '
8 ; l : :, match their gowns, and also long or blue paper. large or single or double
Phones nOJZ.O&17LONGWOOD terminate Mrs. Ray Fox Tuesday of Sanford night enter-when ,;;;..'r.>,. .... :, '.' 4Y. '41$ matching gloves. All attendants''; sheets, blue or mulberry' ink. Block or
families JfI wore corsages of red roses, with I
tains the redding party and script lettering.
rehearsal. ribbons to match the individual )i i i
after the
Following the wedding on Wednesday gowns. i i
HOTEL there will be a large recep- ; l : Best man for Mr. Roberts was i i' " " " " " " .." ........." ....,. I
Russell Burkett. and ushers included -
tion at the Mayflower Hotel, San- J
Per an unusual treat in fine ford. Charles Goodwin and Jack i, Please send boxes of R\"TEX PLAT U U6 tel !
dining bring your family to the I Sanford. r box printed as follows : ;

newLONT.UOOD There United were 159.000 States motor 1946.busesin t s. Following was held the ceremony at the home a reception of r SA IE no" ...___.n..__'_'__"_ .. ... .. m.. .. m,' _._.... ____ : i.
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FLA. MISS MARY GROOVER HOLLAND ;i Seminole Ave. where the bride'stable

WATCH OCR EAST WINDOW I I . her engagement announced today. I was centered with a tiered'' I CITY ...--.-_ ..... STATE ..._--.i-- I
forGreatly S !
For reservations caU cake. Masses of white dahlias and
Reduced ", greenery were used to decorate the r Color of Paper __.._..... JAtttrfn Stile -. ... -_ :

Gift Merchandise 1 I rooms. I i ......___ _.. i
Luncheon or Dinner HOME & HOBBY HOUSE Miss Kelley's \Miss\ Holland To Be Married I trip The in couple the State.left and on on a wedding returning : Color of Ink Single sheet Vtflle 8ttfl. J =

from 12 to 9 P3L HIS E. ColonUl Drive I : ORDERED BY:
Open will reside in Orlando. Mr.

Wedding Set I To Mr. Lewis of TallahasseeDaughter I' Roberts is associated with his : NAME _._.__ I
father in the contracting business r I

All friends of Miss Ardenia Kelley of U.S. Senator Plans I here.Proves. : ADDRESS -.-.. -------------t- s

AnnouncingTHE l and Ralph Hansel are invitedto I t : .. __ ._ ._ CHARGE __.___.. CASH ,OC.fLf.tJ r -
Nuptials Sept. 11 at Bartow Church I .
OPENINGOF attend their wedding, which Wonderful : r_".,.,.".".".,.".,..,.......,..., "..,."..1 :
will take place Saturday at 4 pm I and served in L ;
Of interest throughout the State September. 1942
THE at the First Presbyterian Church, I is the announcement being made" the China-Burma-India, Theater. ; I I
and to th& reception to be held I For Itching Skin '
today by Sen. and Mrs. Spessard I completing 85 missions over the Stationery /'tJ..lJ
EDGEWATER BEAUTY SALON immediately following at the', Lind>ey Holland of Bartow of the Hump. He received the Air Medal Zemo-A Doctor's tarwbZ. liquid- I "
home of the bridegroomelect'smother engagement and approaching mar- { promptly relieves itch c< skin irnttieas Sat" Fooor bn
2422 EDGEWATER DRIVE Mrs. Ebbie Hansel 1717S. i triage of their daughter Mary ;, with two clusters Cross the and Distinguished the- .due IA three to SUM.txtoroslCSUM. Z E M 0 I I j)
Kuhl Ave. i Groo\er Holland to Jefferson I! I
FRIDAY, AUGUST 1st Miss Pelley. the daughter of Davis Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Presidential Unit Citation. before 4I ..
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey T. Kelley of George Edward Lewis of Tallah- being discharged in 1945 with the I I.'
Lake Worth, was guest of honorat assee. rank, of captain. ,I
a miscellaneous shower given I The wedding will be an eventof Mr. Lewis is now co-owner of
by Mrs. Paul Pennington and Mrs. the Tallahassee Aircraft Corp. in
Owner-Operator Sept. 11 at the First Methodist
Russell Dobson at the latter's : Church in Bartow. Complete plans Tallahassee., He is a member of
Specializing in All Lines Beauty Culture home on Hollenbeck Dr. Tuesday. for the ceremony will be announced :- the Rotary Club, the Junior Chamber I
Guests included a large group of later. : of Commerce. the Veterans of
friends. of the bride-elect. Miss Holland was born in Bar- 'i Foreign Wars. and of the Epis-
tow and attended the elementaryand copal Church. He is also active Ii"
I I II in Boy Scout work
junior high schools there.
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I I She was graduated from Leon ; The bride-elect's father Is i"I '
High School in Tallahassee in 1943:I former Governor of Florida. and
ANGEBILT PHARMACY In June of this year. she was l,' is Florida now United States Senator from \ ro'
graduated with a Bachelor of
\\Z7 N.ORANGE AVE. Arts degree in English from the I'
College of Arts .and Sciences, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Yeomansof '
I PHONE 9831 Florida State University. Orlo Vista are announcing; the ill
While at FSU she was an officerof birth of a son. John Harvey born ,
the Panhellenic: Assn.. chair- July 30 at the Florida Sanitarium {Iii! \ A'C 1
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man of May Day and an attendant ',I
to the May Queen and 1:1: : +
PHONE 5169 president of her fraternity. Chi I Ii
Omega!: during her senior year.
She is a member of the American
Legion Junior Auxiliary and of the i
SAN JUAN PHARMACY Methodist Church. a , _
S I Mr. Lewis was born In Tallahassee %/ SMOOTH, lOYELY I 'IiIII
and attended the public F ;
schools there. He was graduatedfrom COMPLEXIONS- I' f i
the University of Florida f4\\ NO Pimply; Skmjoften -
DRUGS I A credit to any occasion . oar Eli
with the class of 40, receiving a I
PPP ..lief from pimple, tab and ell!
Bachelor of Arts degree in commerce we,. Helps correct many blood todi"... 2

$1.20 Sal Hepatica *....97c 60c Bromo Seltzer ......._._._.........57c At the university he wasa Tkis 50 year old remedy has p'ert. teneficiil, I black/ travel' suit suited /
memebr of the Alpha Tau to thousands of rheumatic sulftreK" e [ . imortjrfo

Campho-Phenique 30c 75c Ben-gay ..___.._...____...__..._......69c Omega fraternity, the Pirates and bottle Rodeco oi Produ PPP Bacchus. Before the war he servedas ,I
25c Bisodol Powder ..t____19c 35c Groves Cold Tabs....................29c a flight instructor for the itrfjii.iic f it if crii mm .! all your Summer needs!

25c Bisodol Mints ..._._._....._..19c $1.00 Cardui ______....-....._....__.......94c Civilian Pilot the Training service. ::1. .
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Sanford Board Volusia School TB Chest JayCees Hear + I

Defers Action Given

On ComplaintBy Budget Okayed At St. Cloud Athletic Head

MAYME HODGKIN [Special: to Orlando Morning ntmelJ] Special! to Orlando Mom ig :ientirglT [Speczal to Or'ondo! Morning Sentinel]

SANFORD-At the adjourned DELAND-Formal approval to ST. CLOUD-Chest X-raying of SANFORD-Miss Barbara Dam
meeting of the City Commissioners the $3,586,000 budget for the I citizens to seek out tuberculosis pier, local athletic director, was I '
Wednesday, purpose of which was Volusia County schools yesterdaywas infection here received what introduced yesterday at the Junior '
to hold a hearing on request of given to the County School II County Health Nurse Annie W. Little .
I of Commerce luncheon
residents near the business of J. Board at a public hearing at Gilbert termed as "excellent coI Chamber
D. Carlton 801 West Ninth St., which no complaints were pre- I operation" yesterday. I by Pres. J. Brailey Odham, and j
that his beer and wine license be sented. under the recreation .
I The mobile State unit, spoke on program.She "'"'. !
revoked, the board decided to put This year's budget is slightly supervision of Miss Alva Ray, called for better co-opera- .t i iz
him on probation and should another I more than a $1 million increaseover Jacksonville, State Health Depart- tion, more equipment and a better Sun-Timers -r : i is .
complaint be investigated, last year's total due to the ment worker will continue serving location for this work. : I
action will be taken.A increase in teachers' salaries:; made white persons today, 9-12 ajn., Miss Dampier said that at the
request was granted pending possible by the last Legislative .: near the American Legion build- moment croquet is the most popular 1
approval of the State Road De- session. ing, and from 1-3 pm. it will be
outdoor but there are ..
partment, for closing Lakeshore for citizens, prob- i game i
operated Negro .
Final approval of the budget games of softball, volleyball, ping- :
Blvd.The en request Labor Day.was made by figures will be made by Colin ably in the said.vicinity of their school, pong, checkers and boxing. Each COTTON SUN SUITS .
Miss Ray s
CoastGuard English. State Superintendent of Thursday she said, the children .
representatives of the
Auxiliary because the Education Mrs. Tom Ganarelli, presidentof are taken to Lake Mary Crystal .

launching station is on the Largest single item on the the Osceola County Tuberculosis Lake Park for swimming and in Gay, adorable little sun-suits for the younger :sell I! ,
in handling
Assn., is the of other Thurs-
roadside and many boats and budget is an estimated $1,471,981 applicants by the following volun- day morning they see a every movie In crisp, fresh cotton plain blue, white or in
trailers will be here for the regatta for salaries which George Marks
I making traffic difficult"hUe I county superintendent, stated teer workers: She pointed out the errone- colorful checks or plaids.
launching and racing is would be increased approximately Mrs. Tom Ellis in charge, Mrs. ous impression of some that the
going on. 39 per cent for white teachers and A. K. Shumate, Mrs. Mona John- playgrounds were for underprivileged 2.98
Dr. Raymond Bass, city meat 59 per cent for Negro instructors.Th son. Miss Florence Morrison. children: and said they
The machine will work at Holo- were for all children from first r
Inspector. replied to the complaint school approved the follow-
paw all day Saturday, Mrs. Gilbert grade to high school. +n x
made by a Seminole County ing teacher appointments: Jane
rancher regarding the condemningand Alexander Daytona Beach; Mrs. Sec. Gordon Bradley announcedthat
disposal of a beef carcass. Dr. Earl Joiner.Barberville,Mainland; said.Mrs. at the Wednesday night SIZES 2 to 6 .
Bass told the board that an apparent Janet Patricia Gardiner Harrington board of director's meeting Brax- I
toxic condition, probably from R. F Harrington and Bar- HayesTo ton Perkins asked to be relievedof i \
poisonous plants, sour or molded bara Hutchins New Smyrna the chairmanship of the Knot --
grass, made the flesh unfit for Beach; Dorothy T. Witt, Lake Home Hole Club and John Shepard was
either human or animal consump- Helen; Keller Shelar Jr. and RubyA. Fly appointed to serve in that office.

tion. The meat was put in the Brown Ormond; Thelma Man- The year's budget was approved \
city incinerator ning, Dubose and Catherine B. ; / i
From Germany which amounted to $8,560 A con- !
No action was taken on the Davis for Daytona Beach Negro tribution of $25 was authorizedto ,. :_ { ., For casual summer

drawing of an ordinance regarding schools. 6r MAYME HODGKIN go to the P-TA of Lake Mary +; t J coolness dress your _. ,
insurance of taxis until after Orlando Mom:"' Sentinel] for development of the swimming I s e 4 .
the hearing in Tallahassee Aug. 6. Spenol( to ) t: .. tot in T-shirts to wear
I park. Raymond Lundquist was appointed h
SANFORD Mrs. M. F Hayes .4
All owners of corner property Kiwanians Hear has notified her parents, Mr. and I chairman of the membership ; with overalls, shorts, ..... ,l t
in the city of Sanford will be Y
I committee and Fred Wil- ?
notified that all shrubbery on Mrs. W. A. Fitts, that she will fly and and eve nr thin g Plain .AI .
from Frankfort Germanyand liams, Shepard Bradley were
home z
these corners must conform to the committee for equipping colors or summer- .r
arrive in New York Aug. 25. placed on ,.
the rules of not more than three
the information booth and
feet high because they block out Regatta Plans Mrs. Hayes left last Septemberand to bright stripes!
Brussels, employing necessary personnel .
the view of motorists at intersec- has visited in Paris,
Holland and operate 1.50
tions. Betting Luxembourg, .
[Special! to Orlando Morning Sentinel] Switzerland.Mr. .

SANFORD-Kiwanians received and Mrs. John Rogers and i ; -.r ,
Church Group first hand information on plans daughter Beverly, returned Wednesday I IOsceola Arrests f, '
for the huge regatta to be held on from a vacation in Michi i 4

Plans Picnic the St. Johns River here Labor gan. I j
Day when Sen. Spessard Hollandwill Mrs. J. E. Spurling and Mrs.

['-. I' Or',,-vfo II.'oom'nQ. Sentinel] be the principal speaker Gov. Carl Harris are in Atlanta vacationing I Show Decrease + ? ; Young Orlando Shop Third Floor
Caldwell is expected and Col. Teal with Mrs. Spurling'sbrother
of the u.s. Army Engineers office J. W. Harris and his i
Young People's Training
will tell of the St. Johns River daughter Miriam f iXJPfo'' 'r . *SO M/mOQ/ jennriel] R
the Baptist Church will havea
Project, according to Mgr. Edward KISSIMMEE The Osceola
beach picnic and hamburger fry Mrs. John Galloway and daughter -
Higgins. Seminole County Cham- Mary Ann, returned Wednes- County sheriff's dockett showed
today ber of Commerce. 49 arrests for July a decrease of
Tuesday night Group No. 2 of day from visiting in New York.
Intermediate Trainmg Union Joe Swift, of Mount Dora, secre- Norfolk and Washington. D. C. 20 cases as compared with June,
the entertained Group No. 1 at a tary of the Florida Outboard Assn. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Piercy announce and revealed that of the 19 different .
roast at the church. Group and of the 5th. Region Motorboat the birth of a daughter, types: of offenses commit-
wiener Assn., spoke on motors at the born Wednesday at the Fernald ted, drunkenness lead the list with
No. 2 was the loser in a monthly
meeting, and the intricate meth- 11 offending
between the two units. Laughton Memorial Hospital.Mr. persons
About 30 members attended. ods of manufacture which make and Mrs. Herbert Hill Jr, Thirty four white persons llvU
them cost approximately $1.200 fora announce the birth of a son, Brian were charged: with offenses dur-
medium class racing motor. Donovan. July 27 at the Fernald- ing the month, according to the -
Benefit Bridge Held Higgins in reviewing the plans Laughton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. jail record, and the passing of L Nfl .- ..
For Dental for the program said it will open Hill is the former Catherin Hurt. worthless checks was second to ., i- !..
Project. with the dedication of the Junior Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Altman announce drunkenness in numbers of of- ) .
l'[ :v i I. I'r' ,g $er' 1e1)] Chamber of Commerce tourist the birth July 27 of a son fenses.
DAYTONA BEACH-A benefit booth and after the races from at the Orange Memorial Hospital.Club Four persons were charged with I
bridle to raise funds for the Hali- 2 to 5 p.m.. there will be a ban- reckless driving, three with drunk
fax Business and Professional quet at the Mayfair Hotel followed and disorderly conduct, and three I.'
Women's Club project Dental Aid by a dance given by the Jay- Enjoys with driving while intoxicated. :r
for Trcn-Agen. was given: Tuesday Cees. Driving without proper license involved --
night at the home of Mrs. Connie Pres. Lester Tharp. presiding I two persons as did dis-
Nichols with Mrs Nichols and introduced a letter from Kiwanis Boat Cruise orderly conduct, gambling, and assault -
Mrs. Polly Ascherl acting as International, requesting this club and battery.
hostesses. to affirm their club ruling of opposition Special( to Orlando Morning Sentinel] Other July cases, which involvedbut
Bridge winners were the Mmes. to all type of lottery and DAYTONA BEACH Membersof one person, were
Vera Clifton Grace Larson. Patsy drawings by the club which was the Business and Professional Murder, mayhem, assault with r
Yarntll, and Miss Sara Paschall. agreed to by the embers present. Women's Club enjoyed a cruise to intent to murder, grand larceny,
- Dagley's Dock last night aboard overloading of a truck, using a
the Elsie B 3d where they had ft i car without the owner's consent, 1> '
shrimp dinner. aggravated assault, reckless driv- / .

/ Present were Hermoine Dixon, ing and drinking, embezzlement, ,:
iI president and her daughter Bar- gambling and operation of a gam- ..
bara. Dorothy Brown Evelyn bling house.06ituaries (
1 Brooks.. Florence White Clark, '

Edith Dagley, Ola Haywood, Maud . \ . RUSHES IN THE FALL
Hobbs, Rose King Mae Miller. -
f Barbara Meadows. Rhea Mordt, MR. JACOB C. HILLS .. SEASON WITH TWO BEAUTIFUL,
SANFORD Mr. Jacob Carl
Callie Mims Claire Schneider
EN Wills, 73. died at his home on Lake ?/
ir Rraglt Elizabeth Schmidt and son and UNUSUAL SHOES: THE BABY
; PD daughter Christine Thomas Anna Monroe Thursday. Born at Odessa -

: ytS. Wallace, Helen Wentling and her Russia he was a naturalized DOLL AND THE SNUB TOE.
citizen of this country, and, before
nephew. Bob Kell. who is visiting
+ a .{, ..4al from Cleveland, Ohio, and Kath- coming to Florida, lived in Ridge-
rb r t leen Morrison. view. Col. where he was a farmer. .i J ; .
He lived on Lake Monroe for 21 '
years. [
SALLAS & SALLAS SurvmnK: him are his widow .
e P . Mrs. I. C. Wills. Lake Monroe, and
;1 1.r PLUMBING CONTRACTORS (one daughter. Mrs. Leland T.
.t Stratton, Pasadena, Cal. Funeral
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services will be announced on the 1)
53* W. Central Ave. Ph. 8017 I arrival of Mrs. Stratton. Arrange- ( s

; S. F. Sallas J. K. Sallas ments will be made by Erickson
Funeral Home.
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Birth Announcements 704 Virginia Dr. are announcingthe I II I II I' ,,
j arrival of a daughter. Sally i Legion Head Mrs. OsbanEntertains Returns Home i Class Plans I II. / (
Mr and Mrs. I ,
Wainly Barber of I
'I Ana born July 29 at the Florida I i i "I I. I .
Fev Terrace. are the parents'cf Sanitarium. Plans Progress --c: : .r '.gS."e: :]
a ton, born July 30 at the FlorIda I ------- I DELANO-Mrs. Charles Tatum i ReunionI '. :

Sanitarium World registration of motor PostDAYTONA II ,. ",,' .... .... of Boynton Beach. who has been I i-" '..... 1' !I-"" :-. -r '* '
Lira and Mr.. H. 0 Adams of vehicles in 1946 was 44,930,000.. Resigns For Son '!" 1<'*' tY'" "'q vi-iting relatives here returned to ,i ( ; J
NEW SMYRNA BEACHHansfor her home Thursday.Mr. ij i I NEW SMYRNA BEACH The 1

I -". -, '- I"\r _._ \ ,..," r" ''l 'r -, r" 00 r.." ,- -,., I:: ,-- '"r ,' I II the construction beach, of the seawall :>0''' and Mrs. W. B.'Kenworthy high school class of '44 will have a I- r/ E t tit
( ng as a protection against
I !' formerly of Orange City and e
I NEW SMYRNA BEACH A now reunion and picnic supper at ihrbeach
BEACH Comdr. high tides, are iomg: forward. J. /
living in Lake Worth have been
swim in the ocean a bean hunt 8, of members I
elected to Franklin Miller a member of the Aug. a group INNERSPRING ;
2 Tex Bennett, recently and furnished entertain1ment pending several days caring for :
Days I that office by the newly organized Wednesday when Mrs. committee. said last meht their property before leaving fora decided when they met with Jack MATTRESSES ; '
i Legion "Busj j Permission of all his home Wedntsdai!
i Port Orange American ter' Osborn entertamed a property vacation to be spent in Pennsyl- Mitchell at
Post resigned Wednesday night owners, each of whom will con- ; i BOX SPRINGS i
: birthday party for her son Robert, \iI night. The young people sent outinvitations
and all other officers were advanced tribute his share of the expenses vana.Mr.. to members of the class
who was five years old. i and Mrs. Henry Sword and I
j . BARGAINS GALORE! I : one position. j I A white Iced birthday cake I' has been obtained excepting in son. Terry are new residents! of jesterday. HOLLYWOOD BFTSMANUFACn. :

Bennett; gave as the reason for decorated in pink and green was i one instance. DeLand. They hue moved here i, They plan the reunion at one .'RED Tl riIKDIVIULAL j
business :Miller said he and his committee i of the cabanas south of the Casino
i his resignation pressure I the center of attraction. when from Orange City. OR < eAT
and illness his family. I served with and favors I' will confer with that and hope to decorate it with lights. .
. Everything SLASHED m ice cream | Mrs N. L. Stewart is visiting in F AC:TORY PlMi"'esa
I Henry Najel, first vice-com of green hats filled with candies. ; property owner within the next Tennessee. i Oh the committee making plans
i e
I mander was elevated to the Invitede were Gene and Virginia i day or two, in another attemptto Landis and his Bob 1! for the party are Renee Settle. 1 4n; In tr re .*a.' -
persuade him to of Cary guest Ashton John and
approve Betty Silsby.
commander and Primo Tyner, Sammy and Johnnie .
rank of
Kates of Orlando. James Ernest I II the wall. The man is objecting Janniger, are visiting his grandmother James Mitchell They will meet cs r. 1''da,- te
But Thty Gel! ja ancini post moved Homer into Glance Navel's former ser-- ,I Luznar Brjan Jimmy and Judy :Miller said, because he fears the :Mrs.. Cary D. Landis in again Aug. 6 to complete plans for eked aNtee fey r I
city will raise taxes the Tallahassee :'
Gilliam, Jim once the party.
i Kennedy Rosemary
made second
ceant-at-arms. was
WASH DRESSES ..00RAYON Khng. Clifton Robertson. Claude wall is built. :i:i Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Parker haveas / ECHOLS IEDOING CO.
rice commander while II. I
j M. Solon" was elected tolance'i Reifsnyder 3d Bobby Ashmead The seawall is to extend from their guest this week: Mrs.. The African snail, a wartime : ,. taBfert h'n-y. J.* Smrtk .4tkr /
Value t* 3S1 ( former position. Laura Bell, Carlton Hudgins, Dixie the Flakier Ave. approach to the Parkers brother. DeWitt Fosterof : introduction into Pacific islands, l...'.'*! 1V
Coronado Beach Hotel. a distanceof Birmingham. Ala. Chose Winter Parts r.1 ,. /
Lee Hudson Melinda LaMee, : wluch threatens wide destructionof
Nagel. following his election, I
500 feet and is be built of : r.. O Bai 1M., OiUn ru ,
to i hasa
immediately called a meeting to Jimmie Delk. Terry Bolton, Nancy rock. Donna Jean Reims. Marge plant life mere sometime .. .......................
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draw up by-laws and discuss oth- Bates. Linda and Judy Bates. coquina will be sunk eight Chalmers Walter Lannnan and shell mOle than six inches long.
SLIPS 1.29 er business pertaining to the new Herbert Ziegler Philip. Kenny and i| feet under the sand, and will Michael Goromanos are celebrating -
organization.A : Polly Ann Morris, Carol Ann and I graduate from a six-foot base to I birthdays today.
i Corrin Beck.Mothers a two-foot apex. It will cost each ; Mrs G. B. Oaltman, daughterand
Vt1o* to t." committee named to head a FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
membership dnve is headed by invited included the! property owner $6 a lineal foot. sister and Mrs. P. M Ham- SPECIAL 1
dance and includes Frank Dun- Mmes. J. C. Gilliam. James H. Lot Atkinson. Miller said, builta mond have returned from a stayat
and Willie The Kennedy, Marvin Tyner, H. A. similar seawall in front of his thp Summer home of Mrs Oak-
Out Thty Go! | organization is now meetmg in Kling Evelyn Layfield. B. W. oceanfront home two years ago. man Vermont.. While away Mrs.
99 Osban J. S. Robertson. Claude I and the wall is still in excellent Hammond also visited at her .
and if sufficient
1| the Women's members Club secureda Reifsnyder. Richard Hudson C. condition He advised the new (former home in MassachusettsMr Natural and Assorted Tropical' Colon
YaMee M. E. Bolton J.I seawall be constructed before the celia Sootten leaves Saturday -
headquarters for: the group will hI'! __.._. ill 'ill exr; % _._ sit u h; t; n
Valw. to JJS be sought at once. Nagel said. Ziegler, Kennon Morris, hurricane season.slnet. ; i for a visit in Norfolk. Va. gala__m-_ 11.'ill h' ......-.__.__ I! :;'iI J" JIit!
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i Luznar and George Beck. I H. M Watkin on. aviation chief
I: machinist's mate USN, is serving All-Wool) Carpeting-Asphalt Tile-Lillll,.
I Youth Council Shower Honors I I Guests included the Mmes. Jim- with the Naval Air Transport
mie Whitford, Wilbur Brandham Service, A.-iatic Wing, Naval Air
All Wool Slipover Sweaters 1.99 ; Lynn Dingham. Lynn Dmgham Station. Agana. Guam, according AMERICAN RUG AND LINOLEUM CO.
Jr.. Dayton Irwin Estella Tew to word received here. His ifpMr" I
Party etTomorrow Mrs. i 863 North Orange Are PhoneMh: .r .n
Values to 3.99 Dingmanr Steve Templeton. Kemis Meadows, Elsie M Wat tun son, is ant

.. .. her home heie65c .
;''- *'-'"I! *o Cr'< '"io '. ' and Marie SpencerYOUR ing
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stork shower honoring Mrs. Edward -
Bctttr r '
: r T"T Men xj Sf"Vne>!] i
Dingman was given by her
sister-in-law, Mrs. Howard Swank.
RAYON DRESSES 4.98 is the calendar
t"dungaree" party on '
1 at her home. 314 Seabreeze Blvd.
for members of the Young
,Value II, IWS Decorations were pink and blue
Council for 8 tomonow at
p.m. and gifts were presented in a bas-
the Youth Center. I

,i Martha Wilcox, program chair-
man, is making plans for the : I
2 pc. Cotton Pajamas 1.99 I event Mrs. S. M.. Veronee, director ,
of the council, said last
Values to 3.99 | night that parties are scheduled -
i! for each Tuesday Friday DIAPER SERVICEFor
and Saturday night at 8 pm. Reiervttiont or Immediate Delivery
3.99 Drawstring Rayon Shorts 1.49 Visitors from out of town are invited PHONE 2-3357
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ties.An ? .and .and
electric fan Is needed for { ABCDIAPER : save save
the center, :Mrs. Veronee said, and F
anyone wishing to donate the use SERVICENew i
I of one. should contact her at Tele- Accounts and Future -
phone 440-R. Value
Reservations Are Solicited ,

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Swim Trunks---Robert Bruce Knitwear -....._...____.__.._.=_.._..._...._._.m_. 1.95
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Overalls ...-.-.......--.--................-u...........__... ..___......._.._..________..::.._._.._... 2.95 mattress H__-..-.----..--..-...-.........................................-- 69.50,79.50,99.50 and 119.50

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Black I Field I Boots-Reduced to -......_00 00'-.--.----.--.-.--...-..---..----....--.-.----.12.95 Rockerless rocker canvas lawn and beach chairs---now ....--.--..--..-.-.2.45

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Large asosrtment of men's Wallets....---.-.---- .......-.-.--..-..-......---..........2.00
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HALF SIZES AND JUNIORS---LIGHT AND DARK COLORS --- DURING 'A, BORDER---DURING ....-....--...----.-.----...------.--_..---_-...5 for 1.00

I SALE -........--.............-.........,............--......-..........00............-.._- Vt price Dish towels, reg. .39, during sale ...--...-.-....-.. .............. 4 for 1.00

One rack of dresses _._._......-........._.__............_._.._.-.---..-.;_-_.__..___-.-._.h.---- 3.00 Sheet blankets---white ____.._..-....._._.-..___-__ during sale 2.95

One rack of cotton and midriff dresses .......-....-....-..-...--.-.................---- 5.00 'Good blanket--blue color .. 3.95
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One rack dresses ..--.-..-........_......_..-._.......-....-......-:-....--..--_-.._..._... 5.95Two --" -
Blankets 8.95 ........ ... .. _...: _.... __ ... __:.. ..... 6.50
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groups Jacquard double blankets 72x84..-....--_....--..---......._..._.. 7.95
Cotton bathing suits-1 and 2 piece-
sizes 32 to 36 ._.._...._...._...._.........__.........__............u...... ___._.......................-- 1.00 Comforters Reg. 7.40 .-....-..-....-........-..-.-....-.- during sale 5.50

... .. .. .. off Jacquard reversible spreads . sale 5.50
Entire stock of wool, jersey, and lastex bathing suits --- -- 16 ----- -- ---- ----- ---- -----during

Entire stock of ladies summer hats --.:..-....._..--....-.-...'--.:......-..- 16 off Good quality white chenille spreads double .-__-___.--._.A.- now 8.95

B Iou s e s ...-..-.-....-....- ......-.-..........-....-........-...-........-......--....... .:.......-..... 1.00 Matching drapes and studio couch covers-drapes, were 6.50, now 5.00

Entire stock of shorts .-_.._........--.:.-........-.-......-.--......--.-............-..-..... 1.00 Couch covers' were 12.50 -......--..........-..-...-....-..-.-..-........--. now 8.95

One group of slips-sizes 32 to 36 ...-.-....-...........-.--.-.....-....-................-. 1.00 Matching window curtains and shower curtains for bath room---

Entire stock of cotton gowns and pafamas .......-..--..........-..---.......-----..- 2.95 Shower curtains, now 3.00---Window curtains ..-.-..----.-.--.---.3.00

Ladies wool coat suits .-----...--.-.._......-..-....-..... GREATLY REDUCED All curtains-----during sale -.----------.-.--= ----..-..-._--....--...- 1off
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the Feat Air Force The Firth Air Fern The Sixth Air FirciTki
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changed, so have the assignments of your weapons, equipment and supplies.

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K LeRoy Track R1IIDcI BoequIJt Gardner enEo Walker Named BABSON'S AUTHENTIC STATEMENT !I Refoule Wins I APPLIANCE CENTER

Little Excuse for Slow j
i FAIR }IILD P i I Modern Household .t p toast

Iin $$20,000 Suit : Point in SuitATLANTA At Once . A'o II'ailing List I iI

; '''Salespersons Seen Today I
t County School Supt. Judson B. I iUP] French Artist f 2-3736 I
31 E. Church St. Teftfta* :
Walker is defendant in a $20.000 Paul Refoule yesterday apparently
-- damage suit filed in Orange Coun-I ROGER W EABSON
won immunity from further questioning Opt huit-Idv4t" Wt eeeereil'I'
ty Circuit Court yesterday by Clarence -I .
C. Kerr of Apopka in behalf I GLOUCESTER,Mass.-Not long ago Boston's famous I about his wife murder -- ,
cartoonist, Dahl, pictured a well-dressed gentleman stand-'without benefit of counsel the
of his daughter Viola Marie who i or - - - -
GRANTS Known For Values was Injured Nov. 9, 1946 in an ing on his head in well-known department store trying to I formality of a warrant as the
auto accident I attract the attention+ of some salesgirl I know how this,hearing on his Federal suit against i i'i I
She was a passenger in auto Fulton County officers neared an ;
LUNCHEONETTEFEATUR man felt standing on his head because I have been stoodup -I ,
driven by Walker's son Judson i end '
R Walker Jr.. which was wrecked myself lately by salespersons --- I, U S Di>t. Judge E. Marvin Un- I ;:0""iiii'' }
Friday and I on Stale Highway 200, eight havent you? I carelessness.and ultimately will !ideruood indicated he would grant I" I, I"; ", !
SaturdayTry miles north of Starke. There can be no question but brine about general unemploy- i,injunctions to forestall "intimi- I ;" ,I!!
I Walker is being sued as ownerof what many of cur retail stores ment. ,dating" tactics in any subsequent i"I''I', 'I'':'I!, I
This Tasty Lunch the car. O P Garrett counselI have a bad wartime Recent statistics indicate that interrogation of the slender 1'1' '
_the plaintiff, saidMOVING. hang-over department store sales may soon Frenchman who has been charged : !;''':'! We have the largest tf
Rwit Young Tom Turkey I During the war be lower than a year ago. With with sodomy a!O an off shot of the ': : !'!
years most work output of factories at extremely 1 slaying probe. :!; !!! : I Ili[ Whitman's Candies in the Sttith . .
Old Fashioned Corn Bread Dressing !! ? era had to do high Levels and a large part of.the ,, The hearing is expected" to end II'II I }III; I Ii I I i
Fireproof storage 0 double time. urgent demand now over, sales tomorrow when attorneys for : Always be assured of fresh candy M WI
With Giblet Gravy I Hovers of line furniture There was a departments must become a more 1 fire officer surd by Refoule i ilili I :11111
of both
ORLANDOTRANSFER shortage important aspect of every indus- : plan to cross-question Refoule '
ii' conditioned
store .
goods and services . I air :
Fresh Garden Peas & Carrots try This is one reason why I invest i on the stand. '
CO .
We became I
my savings in merchandisingchains The defense will place on thestand i (
Steamed Cauliflower TEL. nIl I accustomed t o rather than in factories or Charles Withers secretary I
waiting in line railroads. :Ito Fulton County-Police! Chief G. I I
Lettuce & Tomato Salad behind the counBabson Babson charts also indicate that o Neal Ellis who took down Refoole ., I
Orlando Academy of Music terUobt the increase in business failureshas 'alleged confession of unnatural "" 01 u '
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I I customers were tolerant II I .'!! mC EI s Pharmacy
Bran Muffins With ,sex life ,,I '., ray
Butter already grown to a new high !
I An Accredited School because they understood well the __ H ___ ___ , ! :
as compared to previous years. As I "I ,llr
nr reasons for the lack of service i''"' iaU, ;,
; free
rt 50c Approved for G.I. Trainingby retail trade becomes more competitive ,! : : Delivery
'I Today. however the quotas in SPECIAL : '
Veterans Administration and cusomers seek bar- !: : ," 110
liTHE BEST COFFEE IN TOWN" most sales staffs is reasonably little gains and discounts qr refuse to 4 HOURS DRY CLEANINGStmce :,I : 115 S. Grange .Ivc.Tribute. PIe j.3114i
539 Lake St. Phone SUS well filled! Hence there is
buy. this trend Is likely to con- : I Io
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excuse for the condescending attitude '
of the salesperson who feels i Unue MANGHAM'S CLEANERS '11.11',;'
she or he is doing us a favor to This increase in failures is I ALTERATIONS DELIVER ,
IF VITAMINS wait on us. I overheard one kindly largely due to the sloppy atti- Phone 2-.70l
fountain Special DON'T BUCK YOU Uf old woman whom I watched for tude of salesclerks. I 444 W. Robinson AYe. _
to ----- -- - --- -
some minutes trying get a In the light of current trends
.Big Boy Banana Split i try NUXATED IRON salesgirl to wait on her finally I customers can no longer be treat-
*.V' fib fader= M .'1w 1-: retort "Look a here. girlie are ed with indifference After spending I J
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yl tf Titealu <..' k..k N..a, you mad or just sultry money on advertising to attract -
TOUXXD nos t. Ui> teiCd ... n Iii The salesclerks and travelling I into to
33 So.Orange Y lOOC bl..d.ror Ml rid NMyf ,soot people your store
W. T. GRANT CO. ,b rot_. IlIdrtoJin.nn.. .. salesmen of the nation are a most i buy. pay more attention to them : MU if
Ave. tab1 a foe C1I IIwId! Glw fall
Ida&. a./_ lr i.wt. important factor in determining 1 when they do come in_ This will i
'future business conditions. You greatly help your advertising to
- don't need to be undecided about "pull" better and show big profits
I the trend of business just note Good advertising and good sales- I Today we salute the Air Forces who hover like pfoiMttaf w4...,
I I how salesclerks act. They'll give clerks! should go hand-in-hand above our land.Because .
KNWN FOR VALUES you the answer. If they are cour- like a lock and a key or a hatchet
GRANTS teous and anxious to serve gen- I and handle. of them in peace or war. we can go serenely on our w y. wrking. ..
I SUMMERCLEARANCE eral business will be good for an- ----- playing building and progressing.
other year or two at least. If they Some Western red cedar tree
are indifferent and slow to serve are 18 feet m diameter and 200 Because of them we can close our eyes fearlessly, in ilasst when tin
look for a falling off m sales. accompanied feet hIgh. day's duties are done.
gradually increasing --- -
by - --
unemployment. Dial 2-3748 Kissam Builders' Supply Company have special reason to eppr.ciete
One for indiffer- ,
ence is reason the minimum wage laws EST 1905 our Air Forces because they guard tha beautiful churches. homes. e-i hc.. and
of ,various States. Where such public buildings in Central Florida built of Kissam tile. our exclusive p*&duetf
minimums are highest the service and we know that these buildings. in which we take such pride. tend }*.tfttnd
is poorest Because the law pre- Orlindo'i Pioneer : safe today-unbombed-because of cur great Air Force.
vents penalizing and indifferent -
many clerks don't care what they DESK FANS I Ok Americans salute you. pride in everyeye.. A
do or say. I believe in rood wages. -- -- Our heroic Air Force. Sentinels of the sky.
WOMEN'SSKIRTS Every merchant should work fora BED LAMPS
high wage standard in his city; TABLE L.OI1'SELECTRIC
it helps business But wanes shouldbe RANGES
adjustable. to the service rendered WATER HEATERS KISSAM BUILDERS1 SUPPLY COMPANY
; !srE! : 01R f' "Tl'BE DISPLAY
I Fixed and hour either .
I by law or union nr8ura(.
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Formerly 7.39 $157All PLAY SUITS : 'I \ ;:: .

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WHITE PLASTIC $3.99 ANDHALTER I I II HELP IUILD AMERICA'S AIR POWER described beToTV. Full details can be obtained at roar U. S.

Sizes < Army Recruiting Station. ?


No one today questions the fact that} the whole future of the

United States may rest 1 in theery clouds over jour head. The A CAREER IN AVIATION

for School $198lOOK i security of this country demands strong, veiltrainedell- Today the Army Air Forces offer high reboot graduate *a

Wear I equipped Air Forces, superior to any in the world. unprecedented opportunity to get the finest aviation iebeIks \

BAGS WHITEMOCCASINS I And the new, reorganized Air Forces give thousands of on earth-and select your school or cowrie before ytt tit.

; eligible opportunity to take an active part in
young men an
The AAF Career Plan is unlike anything ever off fi4 Wfere.
I America's Air Pover..on the ground as well as
AT THIS building
It permits selected high school graduates to apply art qttftttif; .

SIZES SEERSUCKERBATHING :. in the skyYou ,. for AAF specialized courses of their own choice. Simply go to

$100 REG. $2.98 i may,for example,enlist in the Air Forces for three years. your U.S.Army Recruiting Station,advise the Recruiting Oflbcr

SUIT I If you have a specialty which will qualify you, you may also be the kind of aviation training you want and he will provide yw

able to enlist in a grade at higher pay. with an application blank and a complete list of available........

$257MEN'S Formerly $3.98 If you have had Air Forces experience, you may join the When you are selected to attend the course of your etofee,

Air Reserve and continue your military aviation training out- you enlist in the Army Air Forces for 3,4 er 5 years. After ytr '

WOMEN'SBLOUSES $1 00 ; side of business hours. basic training period you are guaranteed the education you

I Or you may join the Air National Guard and perhaps become have selected to make you a specialist in the type of work )'IN

I eligible for advanced technical training at special Air National have chosen.

I Guard schools. Get a list of all the schools and courses open to yt tlft It'

Slightly PANAMAHATS CHILDREN'SPLAYALLS On-Air Force Day, make a point of finding out everythingabout the AAF Aviation Career Plan at year nearot U. S. AlWt

Soiled your Air Forces-especially the new Aviation Career Plan Recruiting Station.

Reg. 2.98 Reg. $3.98 Reg. 79c2for SERVIC"E '


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I Stocks .A.Close July on Recovery Note as Leaders Set Pace

Page 20 rlanbn?k morning &rntinii' Friday, August 1, 1947

Month's Market i _- Success With Polio Tests NotedNEW

II Georgia Florida
I Closing Stock Quotations I .

Leaf YORK ''UP'' An experiment a Lansin Mich. boy several years paralysIs. but rero\cred while th,

Gain Is FiguredAt STOCKS IN THE SPOTLIGHT Mdt. Hitlt Low LAS: Price HigherVALDOSTA. w5'j: showing: that one strain of ago and has been used in laboratories remaining:: 23 showed no surns of

NEW YORK (AI") Sale, closing' price -1- infantile paralysis virus can be ) the nation over. There are the disease In the same numberof
and net change of the 15 most active r.iinntr.1 ___ 54 :nl, 261.2 27 Ga. [lAP) Averages It
stocks yesterday: Inlerlke IrOD ___ 14 13.,. 13 13". made harmless and at the same many other strains of polio virus normal control (tho e
Comwlth & Sou 126800-3Me up "'*. Int Harvester _u__ 11 88'. 871. 85'smt j generally were higher for most time be turned into a vaccine was and before a successful vaccination \\'ruchee: not 3'natedl 83
Am Woolen" 17.100.41. up 2'.. Nick Can ___u 50 30' 301, 30'. grades of tobacco sold : '
Thursdayon made last be must developed poliomyelitis:
2.6 Points Nat Supply '.'00.201" ... 7*. lot Paltol' _unn 22 41", n 41'- public night. can developed one i i per cent
Gulf Mob *> Oh 790013'% up . Int Tel &! Tel __u 31 12', i2'a 12'sJohn.sM&nille Georgia Florida flue-cured The experiment. cpnducted on be found that will be effective on Dr. Lorine probaoly nexf. will

Studebaker T.SOO-22 up Si.United -J- markets. rats by a group of Stanford University I all types. I' try his vaccination on monkeys.':
Corp 7,000-3. up V _u_ 6 44's 44 44 ,
DOW-JONES AVERAGES Gen Mot S.400-60** up l'.. Jane & L Stl ___ 38 34'. J3Lia J4'. I scientists. was regarded as lOne week after the last injection -i
Stocks" : Open High Lew Cle* Net Ch. Radio &.300.' up . Joy Mfj ._n_____ 14 37's 38 37..,. The U.s. Dept. of Agriculture another step in the lone, tedious : on the rats they were injected
34 lads 111.33 181.St 181.IT 18318 UP 2.27 Chrysler' 'C.200-S9I u. is*. -1Kellnecott\- reported best demand centered on
of doses of the
job finding suitable with deadly
M Mails 49.M SO.0] 4'.34 4.94 up '.M Publieker Ind C.200 30 I. Cop .u_ 11 43'. n', 4 1"KrOler a vaccinefor I O E'Mi
IS Util', ISM 3S80 3SS3 35 CS up O.21S U S Steel &10O-7414 up li.. Grocer _n __ $0', $0 $0'. cigaret type grades with maJonty humans 1 concentrated. but live virus These M..i tJ
Stk.. 44.89 65.10 "79 CS.4S up 0.85 Illinois Cent 5.500.27 up ... -LLacirde I of these establishing: new high The work of the California injections were made directly into
"and*: Cloe Net Ch. I Am Roll Mill 5.300-32'S UP 1's. Gu __u_ 5 5'. 51. 51. I for : The increases
40 Bonds .103.*3 off 001 Armour 4 C. S.300.! ',. up '*. liehigh C & If ____ 4 11 10', 11 averages season group headed by Dr. Hubert S. the brain WARREN'SWinter
10 1st Mail.* _-uuhh______.-.110.M up 004 .alt & Ohio S.100-13Va, .. V'a. LIb 0 P Glan _n 10 Sf! 551: 55'. I!I for medium and better qualities Loring wiU\} be reported on today I
1* 2nd Nails un._ t2.22off'.02'' Libby MrN k L ___ 10 It 8'. ..9Ligerli I 1 ranged mostly from $1 to $4 per 'Science The r..sulhfere.. as reported
1. Utils" ....u_. 107.45 off '.02 f New York (AP) Closing clocks & Mnrl u 3 88"" 88'-2 88', hundred After' In the magazine official by Dr. Lnring: Park Phone 68
10 Ind 104.31 off j Hds High Low Last I Lockhrtd Airt _u_ 8 12'. 12 12'. over Wednesday. ] publication of the American Association I
Transaction. in stocks ued in .,:.:: ACFS-Bnll Mot :2 88 4 88 4 884 toe. Inc 45 22g. 22 fl'sLorillarl : showing losses for past two days for the Advancement of "One of the group developed': Industrials 6C.OOO: rail.. | Air Reduction nn 12 32 4 314 314 I I p) :::::: 8 19', 18'i 19' I green offerings picked up $1 to _
SM; utilities. It.tOO total 120.180. Alaska Jun'sa .n. 4 5 4', 5 I -M- Science.
37'-1 Allegheny Corp ._. 18 34 34 34Allfg !. Mark Trucks .____ 7 52'. 51'. 52'., $6.75 with most at higher figure. Earlier this Dr. Lorint ..
NEW YORK tAPJ Stocks Lud Sri __-_ 3 38'a 36 364 Mary IRRI _n_ J 35'". 34', 34', .; year I __ ": To Have o Pleasant Evening Dance af thei. >
Al Chem & Dn.2 191 189 a 191 I. Marine Midland .n 7 7'. 7', 7'. had reported success in attemptsto ;,,
terday ended July with a substantial AllU-Ch Mfg _h 13 371, 36J. 374 Marshall Field u_ 2 29 28". 29 COTTON CLOSING t purify or concentrate thepoliomyelitis : ; .
recovery move that, while unusually Am Airlines 32 8', $'. 87, Martin IGU __u 4 ]5\4 15 15' NEW YORK (AP Cotton future rcqi*- virus. ; j i. SILVER STAR BAR
Am Cable &! Rad 10 5 loa 54 54 Mo Kan Teu ____ 9 $'. $', $''3MttI5IDto > t.r.d final qaia of il.OS to SI.85 a bale ,,
slow, enabled market Am Can _.n 2 914 90"4 914' Chem ___ 23 fiP, 60 61"Monllom in moderately active tealm9 y* t rdayPcniftent In the new experiments. Dr. -: Special Sale On Package& : f.oocK
leaders to get back fractions to I Am Car & Fdy n. 1 484 484 484 Ward ___ 12 62'. M". 112 trade buying was influenced Lonns: and his used the : :
Am & For Pow .__ 7 34 34 3". Murray Corp u.__ 2 121, 121w 12'. eartly by the pending Commodity Credit group TOrKTAILS BEER: FOODINF
3 or more points! of their recent I Am Home Prod _u 19 23'. 23 23*, -HIc.hKr1tnator- Corll. Furcnaws ef cotton for Japan so-called Lansing; strain of polio I .1. '
relapse. Am Locomotive ... 5 22". 22'* 22". "_ 11 17'ia 17'. 17'-a France wat also' reported in the market. virus. This strain was taken from SIX hle' from (it\ Ltm.t an fit. nc< H'_" ,
From the start the ticker I II Am Pow &; Lt .._ 9 Il>. 11'* !!*, Nit Aul1nrs ____n 4 12 11" 12 for American cotton.
tape Am Bad &! St S _. 41 U'. 14>* U'. N.w AIU" FIb u___ 1 11" Il'. 111. New that Britain will encouraqe Iar9etextile -- --- --- -
I dragged although steels' motors, Am Roll Mill -._._ it 32', 32 32' Nit BIScuit _.u__ 28 32", 32', 32., export to all world market, during Ik FOREIGN EXCW"NCE
rails and assorted industrials continued Am Smelt & R nu 9 604 594 60*.. Nat Can _.u___ 3 10'. 10', 10', the third quarter failed to affect future FEW YORK 'AP Closing fo:eun ex -- Where Diicrimlngfiflg Ie Go'u.wrM4Mt9t
f\ Am Stl Fdrs ___u 6 31 30', 31 Nit Cash Beg __._ 3 40'", 40t, 40. *. lunge ra'es follow Great Britain in dolan :
to edge forward. Heavy Am Tel &! Tel ____ 30 157 156'. 1564 Nat Container .___ 12 411. 40'. 41". Weather in the cotton belt was mostly ( others in rents*'
trades in low-quoted sprinters I)[Am Tob B ._hUU 6 76'a 754 764 Nat Dairy Prod ___ 1' 33'. 32 32'. favorable.' BRITAIN'S PRINCESS MAR- Canadian doLar in New York open mar-
'Am Viscose _n____ S 52 52 52 Nat DistIIers __on 39 21', 21', 21" Open Hi,h Low Last ter "'. per r.nt discount or 92 12, 0 8gilt.
propped volume which still was >I Am Wat Wka ___n 21 164 16 16', Nat Grpsum ___n_ 10 19'1 19 19"2 Oct. 33.70 34.K 33.70 33.9&.34.00... 26-30 GARET is pictured above, liP J. nT a cent CLI.
among the smallest of the month. Transfers of 810,000 shares I Anaconda Cop __u 25 36>?. 35', 36*, Nat Pow &: U _u_ 11 11, II, 11, Men. 32.74 33X9 32.74 33.02 up 34 garbed in the uniform of the .d France Fran<-i 84', of a rent down
|' Armour & Co __on 47 14'. 134 14'* Nat Supply ___n__ 116 20', 111", 20'. May 32.28 32.59 32.25 32.55 sic 37 IJO. Sweden -Krnna1 27 ftt! unrhaaier
compared with 1,170,000 Wednesday Assd Dry Goods ... 30 174. 17'. 174 NY Central RR __ 38 15'. 15., 15', July 31.S3 31.SO 31.SI 31.77n up 34 Sea Rangers as she reviewedGirl Switzerland 'Franc irom'1> 23 40) unrhanced COCKTAIL LOUNGE
and were a low since Atch T & S F __'U 12 874 854 57*. NY CIII & St L Pf 1 109 109 109 Oct. 28.78 28.90 28.*1 28.8Sb up 21 Guides from all over OM OHande-SAflfer Hiway between Maitlantf *nd AItamant.-'fuL W. P. tirt-M
Atl COISt Line __u 2 S 6'. 554 5S'IAll No Am AVI.tlon __ 2 71. 7" 7's Middling pot 36.28n up 11. ( Latin.Ameri-a Argentina free ?:4 "s
July 22. Refining nU 5 374 36'. 374 Northern Pacific _u 40 21 20'. 21 b--bid. j Europe during London parade. OS of a rent Brazt: tree 5.50. unrnaezedMex.
Of the toW Commonwealth & Atlas COT ___.____ 3 2S4 25a 25*. -0Ohio .'r. !' HI inchangpd
______ :27 5s. 5a Oil ___ U 21\ NEW ORLEANS ,
Atco MIg 5s uu 2125" (AP) Heavy trade buying --- --
Southern accounted for 126.800 Otis Elevator n____ 4 28'. 28 28 and short covering developed in cOtton 'i I i DINING ROOM COCKTAIL LOUNGE PACKAGE GOODS
shares. This stock came out in Bald locO _.n___ 12 18'. 18 18s -1'- future here yesterday and price I !
blocks of 1,000 to 30,000 following Bali & Ohio ____n 50 13*. 13Vi 13S Pie Gas & Elec ___ 13 41 40"401.. I closed steady U.3S to SI.6S a bale higher. Iw Ieksf rI
acne Ind Ln __u_ 2 24 24 24 Pac Tin Con, -- 4' : j Price worked upward from the opening, Livestock Sales ATHLETES FOOTIIJlCWOUA
directors' approval of a new dissolution Beth Steel _.__n_ 19 90'j 87a 9O'. PacLard Motor === 3: 5': : : ::: I m moderate activity but drifted at times IMf IL PATIO

plan and emerged up 3.8 Borg Warner __n__ 17 SOS 48'.. 50 Pan An Atrvsy 8 10' 10' 10' 1 1Parlm under profit taking from the long side. < and OTHER Barbecues Pinks:
Branlll \irw nU 2 9\, 9'. 9'!. Panhandle P k R == 12 7': 7': 7': Middling lS-16th inch scot cotton closed
at 3 1-2. The month's market aggregate Brugs We _______ 6 34 V4 34 34 Pictures _n n 271 26', 271, !1 M cents a bale higher at 35.35 a pound.
was 25,472,787 shares Budd CO _______ 43 12'. 11*. 11'. Patino Mines ._u_ 2 10". 10., 10', i iPKlne7 Sales for the day amounted to 222 bales. A. al 1nIs.sac.S1 :: ::t: "Dancing under the stars"Bitty
Bulova Watch _____ S 3J'. 32". 33',. IJC) _u__ II 46'. 46 4fi". Open High Low Close Total $$58,140 .
against 17.842,740 for June which Burr Add Mach ___ 5 134 13'. 13>. PenD-Cf'Dt Aid n_ IS 7", 7', '71. Oct. _ 33.7S 3402 33 S8 1391-9 up 27i Arnold and his Orchestra Wednesdays; and Saturday
was a low since September, 1944. -CCall Penn Pw &! Lt __n 13 20L. 19', 20 Dec. 33.20 33.47 33.1C 33.40-43 up 3O S. ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL OPEN DIL11 \. 51.t'JNA .
The day's bulge was attributed Packing ____ 1 29'4 29'. 29'. Penn RR _--__-_ 46 20", 111', 20". I March 32 82 33 07 32.74 33.03 up 33
Callahan Z-Lead S 2*. 2'. 2U PrpI-Cola 27 32' 32' l May 32.30 32.56 32.2S 32.54 up 33 " '--)5;r 1KISSIMMEE
partly to short cohering and timid Can Dry GAle n.-.8 11116\ 16 Pfizer Chs & o'== 6 47': If' 47': !1 July 31.53 31.74 31.53 31.72 up 30 ) YES! DELIVERY
__ *. 12' Plielpa Dodge 1 43 42 42'. I IPhils -Total receipts for
investment demand based on the I Canad Pacific 18 12t, 12 2 ; 1 1Phllco
Carrier Corn _.. 14 16 IS'a\ *$', 51cc: __===_= 24':. 24', 24" I NEW ORLEANS (AP) Spot cotton closed the 1.077 head of cattle sold this
idea the list had enjoyed a health _______ 11 27". 27'. 21'. 50 !'J !
Case JIl Co ___ 4 374 37 374 Corp : steady cents a bale higher. Sale 222 auction here
u ueek at the livestock O'Neal-Branch
technical correction in three CaterpU Tractor __ 2 594 59'. 59' Phlllll Morris ____n 7 32". 32 32", .low middling 30.35.; middling 35.35. good Co.
Celanese Corp 17 23'. 23 23J, I PhIUps Pet u.___ 7 60... 60 60'. I middling, 35.'$; receipts 9408. stock 54.C59. I were $58.140.12 with a breakdown
straight declining sessions. EarnIngs --'-
Celotex Corp nn_- 6 264 26". 264 I I Pressed SIl Car ___ 19 11'. 111ia 11'. ------- : of animals !sold as follows: Office Supplies & Equipment
and dividends were helpful in Cent Foundry __ 3 10', 10'4 101 I Procter: & Gain _n 10 65", 65 U", CHICAGO LIVESTOCK
addition to another rally in com Cerro de Pas -8 32 31'. 31'.. Pub Sve NJ _dn 9 22". 22', 22 a i Calves. 385: cows. 410: !steers.' PHONE 2-4533
Certain-Teed Prod 21 n'. 161 17 Pure Oil __ _____- 14 21!. 26'. :n CHICAGO ttP' USOAi Hogs 6.000 SioT.vcuhts I,I 151: heifers. 61 ; bulls. 11. and
modities. I -RRadio under 240 ibs steady to 2ic lo"-r< :
Ches & Ohio 13 47,. 47'. 47!i -- - -- -- -
hogs 59.
Corp _ 63 9', B". II General market on all butchers Za-dOc;
Associated Press 60 stock I Ch M SP *! Pac ___ 21 10 9'. 10 n
,I Chi & NW ___ 8 21'. 20'. 21'. Radio Orpb 2 13': 12'. 13Reming lower. Decline most oo weights under 250 : Top sales included purchase ofa
composite was up .8 of a point Chrysler Corp n u__ 60 59*. S7>. 59', 1 Rand ===== : 35'; 33' 31'. lbs. Uh weight sow steady. to. 23c lower 714-Ib steer at $19.25. for a total THE HOLIDAY INN "HOME IN OKLAHOMA"Roy
I Others 25-SOc lower Top 28 50 Bulk good
at 66.1. which equalled the Repub Avi 10 S's 5' 5'
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vance of July 21. Clt, El Ilium- nn u 8 41'.a 41H "'. I Rcpub Steel ==== 31 27'26': 27': and choice 170-240 Ibs 27.50-28 25. 250- ,i of $137.45. by Kingan & Co. Bar- located midway between
ad-I I Revere Cop A Br __ 111 21 20'. 21 270 Ibs 26 5027.50: 280-300 Ibs 25.2526.50 | Rogers
I'Colgate Palm P .._ 5 45 44 45 tow, from Roy and Minor Platt Sanford and Orlando on :
For the month the gain Cot Fuel &; lr 29 15'15 15'. I Rel'nold4 Tab B .__ 5 41&. 411, 411.Renll : about 365 Ib butchers 23.00 Good I
-- Drug 8'!. 81. and choice sows under 350 Ibs 23 00-24 50: i Melbourne. Irlo Bronson Kssimmce. Highway 17-92
points. The June El 34 II'. ll s H --un n u
average I IComl:ng':1t --=-_==_ 4 42'4 42U. 42>,4 I II |I, -5Safesay- I few to 24.75; 350-400 lbs 21 25-23 25. 400-i I !sold a 610-lb cow to Kingan. "INNER CIRCLE"Adel
l 450 lbs 20 00-21 50: 450-550 lbs 18.00-20.00. WILL BE
points. Stores _ 9 25 24'. 25 CLOSEDFrom
ComI Solvents 10 25 24 25 n I I at $1575 for a total of SD608: R.
Bethlehem Steel was up 3 3-4 j 1 I ComwltU LOis =:::: 13 29". 291* 29*. i iI | St 1.. San Fran 9 8' 9St i i1St Few shout 600 Ib sows 17.00
Comwlth & South -124 3'a 3 3a Regis Pap _==: U 10', 10': 10'. I Ir Cattle t 000 calves 700 Fed steers and C. Bron.;on. K1s immee. sold a Aar. 3rd through Aug llth ;Mara
at 90 1-2 and. after the the I I'SeheDln
close I I I Con Edison __ 21 !6', 28l 28*. ''r Regis Paper Co 10'. 10', 12'. yearling including :TearSiac hotter steady: 750-lb. heifer. at $16.75. to Farm
usual $1.50 dividend was voted. Cong Vultee 22 114 10'. US Datll .n_ 18 231. 28'-, 2'P. I I to 25e erklJ s ]? 5''IIOftst; on medium to I LATEST WORLD NEWS
Net for the June quarter of $3.611 I Cont Bak _==__ t 14>4 14H 14*. ,j I Scab Al RR ____._ 37 19 18' 18... low-choice t t ; choceAtfeage & Co. Jacksonville for a total of
11 39 38l 38*. Scars Roebuck 33 39". 38'. 39". choice light steers 31 75 mostb- $125 63.Tom. LA CANTINA ITALIANRESTAURANT
Cont Can : n. i nee
First 7-U Children Coder On &iSed
Show 12 to
a share was reported against $4.84 j Cant Motors-___ 16 1'. 7*. 'i', | 5e".1 Inc _uu 3 121. 12', 12". I good and choice offerings 23 00 up. medium 'i Lamb. Orlando. purchased -
In the initial three months and I' Cant OU Del __ 17 46V, 45 464. Shell Union Oil _n 10 33 311. 33 I and good 21 00-25 SO Low choice 750- Complete Show From I*:M
I' Corn Exchange _n .10 57 57 57 SlmmoDa Co __h_ 7 37L. 36', 31L, 850 Ib heifers 28 25. medium and good I a 498lb. yearling from
$429 in the 1946 June period. Corn Products ___ 8 66%* 65". 66"\ SInclair 011 'nn 23 16t. let, 16', showing crass 19 00-24 00. Cows lit lower j i II. W. Keevjr. Summerfield, at Famous spaghetti and Meat Balls
Allied Chemical added 3 7-8 at Crane Co .__ 8 34 33'* 34 15ocony.VacuUJD: _u 38 16". 16", 18'-. bulls 25-SOc lower; strictly good cows to !! ': Chicken a la Cocciatora
516. & for total of 583.12.Prices .
SouAmG&P _ 1 20.00; coItus 12 75 down. Most beef cows a
Crucible Steel 7 27 27 27'. j 4"4" 4" STEAK CHICKEN SHRIMP
Norfolk & Western 4 at
191. 240.
Curtis Publishg __ 14 9'i 11'II'. Southern Pacific __ 23 U 44'. 44".. 13 50-1S 00. Practical ten sausage bulls ,i ranged as follows: I I
American Woolen 2 7-8 at 43 58. Curtiss-Wright 8 4'. 41. 4'. I Southern R7 uu 23 40 39'. 40 17 50. Vetler studY. at 24 00 down Fat steers heifers $15.25 to Cheney Highway Phone 5657 CIa
Santa F3: 2 1-2 at 87 3.4 and Cutler Hammer 2 25 Va 25 25V.DeerT Sperry Corp hn-_ I 19'. 19', 19'. Sheep 1.Otra About activeand mostly Closed Mondays -Flall'IIYO
Spleerl< Inc __.___ 15 12". 12' 121.1 steady for all slaughter classes Most good !! 1925.
Monsanto Chemical 2 3-8 at 61- &-Co ____ 4 41V, 41411.. Stand 1 dS'Pf' 9 30', 30'. I and choice ewe and wether Spring lambs I Common steers heifers $13.00 to t- ___ I.I I.
38. Up 1 or more were U.s. Steelat Del Lack & West -- 8 8'. 8'. 8' Std 0 & K = 27 27 26'. 27 24 50: some decks 24 75 Short load ol $15.25. ) Announces A New Floor Shtw *
Detroit Edison .___ 7 23', 23', 234. Stand Oil Cal 13 60'-2 59', 50'. common Spring lambs 18.50. straight culls : *
74 14. Youngstown Sheet 677.8. Dist Corp-Seag _. 2 16'. 15"* 15*.* Stand Oil Ind __ 23 nt 41". 411. down to 1000 Double cond and choice Stocker steers. heifers $10.00 to c..... .
American Rolling Mill 32 '7-8 Dome Mines _.n_ 9 20'. 19'. 20 Blind Oil N J __n 19 7a', T7'. ia!. 105 Ib yearlings wethers 1850. two-year- $15.00. THREE ACTS NOW PLAYING
Chrysler 59 1-8 General Motors Douglas Aircraft 5 56 55'. 56 Stand Oil Ohio .__ 34 31 30's 31 old sorted out at 1550. Good to choice I I I
Dresser Indust _.- 11 18 17*. 18 Std Stl Silre _n._ 15 13.,. 13 13'. slaughter ewes 8 50-9 50. Fat cows $1400 to $15.75. I LINCOLN I
60 5-8. U.s. Rubber 48. Montgomery duPont de K __n__ 10 192.4 1904 1914Eastern Sterling Drug __ 8 400 39". 39'. I Common cows $12.00 to $14.00 )
Ward 62 International :- Stokelr-Vln Camp I 1. 18'. 19 CURB STOCK: LIST | JEAN BANTLE I I II
Air L 15 19', 19'III'. Stone &: Webster n 4 14 13'- 14 Furnished through courtesy MerriB Canners and cutter cows $6.00 I Opea i p H. *_*______**___*_* '
I Harvester 88 12. Douglas Air- Eastman Kodak.n_ 11 474 464 474 Studebaker Corp ._ 75 22 21 22 Lynch. Pierce FenDer and Beane. to $12.00. **** t

craft 56. American Water Works El Power & Lt n_ 15 17*. 17 17*. Sunray Oil n____ 40 11" lP 113. Aluminum Co. of Amer----------- 62 Good veal I
I calves $15.50 to $18 50. ,.
'.__ Amer. Gas & Elec-------------- 38', .clay |IESTnLECRAWFORDJIKATIEEN[ EflttttS }
Emerson El U, __ 6 124 12'.a 124Erie Sunshine Mnll 14 10 I'. 10
16 1-2. American Smelting 60 34. RR _______n 1 104 10 }' SwIft & Co ___n II 341, 34" 34!. Amer. Light & Traction ___________ 19U! Common calves $12.00 to $15.50.Heavy Ronald Reagan;
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International Silver 61 14. du- Ark Natl Gas A. h--U 6'
12 144 14 144Farns TTen. bulls $12.00 to "Stallion Road"Anne
Eversharp - sausage
n Ashland Oil &; Ref,. _____ Hl. I,
Pont 191 1.2. Eastman Kodak 47- -F- Co n_ 20 66'. &fi'. 66'. Atlantic Fisheries" .n________f--u__. 6 1525. JrffreTS IB 3 Floor Shows Nightly, 9, 11, and 1 I
1-2 Owens-Illinois 19 Interna- Tel & Rad 8 'Z.ia' 74Fllntkote ; Tea GIIIf Sulpl1 n II 557. 55' 55'eTez Brewster Aeronautical ___________ 4. '
Small fat bulls $14.00 to $17.50 "Dick
6 33'32'- 334\ Pac C&O; n_ Ii 33". 331s 33.. Barium Steel ___ _____ S' Tracy YS
tional Paper 47 58. Exchange Florida Pow 7 154 14', 15'. Tex Pac L Trust _n 15 25' 24". 25" Creole Pet. Corp.-- nU___________ 32*. JAY MILLERS' ORCH. EVERY NITE I
Buffet 12 18. Pacific Western Oil Fruehauf Tra 14 25'. 244 254 Tide Wat A OU ___ 17 20'. 201. 20', Cities Service u nhU_-_hU_______ 31Colta GRAIN RANGE: CUP Ball"
-G- ThermoJd u .-.n __ 11., 11', 11'STransamerica I Patent Arms ___ _____ 3H. CHICAGO 39 34. Southern Railway 40 and Uh FAMOUS FOR FINE FOOD FOR 20
GeI1 Cabis 1C 114 114 114 4 12'. 12'. 12'.
n Elee. Bond & Share Co. .. 12'*. Open Kith Low Close '
Sears Roebuck 39 34. Gels Elec __ .10 156 156 156 Trans & West AirI U!. H". U'. I Fairchild Inll.: ft Airplane Corp.nn... 2'. WHEAT PHOXE 591O-C1IE."EY HIGHWAY-ILOSED StXDAYSStarling's
Bonds improved selectively. Gen Foods __u 8 40'. 39'i 40' Trl-Cont Corp -.h S 8'. 6', Glen Alden Coal Co---------... IB1: Sfpt 2284 2324 2.24 511. Tomorrow
Oen Motors __ 6J 60' 59 604Gen Twent .C-Pox .____ 31 30' 30 30t. Or. AlL & Pae Tea Co. __ _109'. Pec226 2.29' :2 26 :2! 29"- ., . ----I II.
At Chicago wheat was up 3 3-4 Pub Utll ___. 17 144 13'. 14'. Twin Coach _uU__ __ 13' -- 13'- Humble 0:1 &; Re's--------------- -- -- March .2251, 2.28', :226'. 228'7 "Tumble- -- ---- --- - -------

to 4 14 cents a bushel, corn Gillette Sat R __ 12 27H 26'. :274 -UI Hecla Mining Co. .n_n____________ 12KalsErf'rupr I May __ 2.21'.26 2.21'2 2 25". _ _ _ -- -- ---
Gunbel Bros _.__ 23 24'. 234 24'. I Union Bill k P _u 7 33". 33 33Uolon \. ___ ________ __ 7; CORXSept. -
4 3-4 to 7 I.. and oats 2 7-8 n -- -- 1 weed Trail"
Goodrich BF) __ 7 534 53 534 Carbide n__ 20 101i 105., 105'. Lone Star Gas Co---------------- 19'. __ 2 .'. 2.13' 209'_ 2 13'" _ _ _ (I. Dining; Room Only]
to 3 5-8. Cotton advanced $I.OS Goodyear T & R 14 464 464 464 Union Pacific nu 4 143'. 142' lU\. Niagara Hudson Pw Corp. u__-___ 8'. On h . UIIII.- 1.95'. 188'. 194". Gaff DUCK IN! 397 S. Orangerit' I
to$11alale. Graham Paige Mot 36. 4 3'. 4 'United Air Lines h 42 22's 21", 22'. Mles-Beemem-Pond Co. ___u_______ USPanteprc Mar .. 184'OVTS !. 183. 1.83 189). Blossom Trail
Gt Northtt BYPI 9 444 44 444 United Aircraft --- 16 19". 111'. 19', Oil of Ven. 9', $ WW
Forwa; curb leaders included Greyhound Corp 32 9'9'. II'; I Un CII-Wh SIrs __ I 5". 5". 5", SII..rwlnWl1'lams' _n nn.nn______________1421. S iIt. '_ ..92.94'V .91>4 *4'* .? Wt serve the same df'aciotis iA 4 c tt"-\ noon till 6 that
Atlas Plywood. Electric Bond & I Gulf Mob & Ohio .- 80 134 13'. 134 United Corp '___. 68 31. 3'. 3", Strock &; Co--------------------- 25USchult Dee _.... .<*)'. .92, .83', "2'. you set during tl-e cvrg.
Gull Oil __ 18 72 71?. 73Hares : Ualled Fruit _h 10 35!, 55' 5Unled *. Inc 4', March go !M
Share Louisiana Land. Solar Air- $- I Gas Imp ___ 10 22 22 22 Stand Pw & t..ahiTlmpa -=::: i.:=::==: 2T* Stay 87'. .89".81 83V\. : WB
craft. Textron and United Light. I Mfg _-_--__ B 64 64 6'. United 101 &; 101 -'- 1'7 n 16t. 16's Electric uu___-_-________ 32i.. SOYBEANS 82 Years FrT: JUMBO SHRIMP $1.25 i' .
Turnover here was 180,000 shares( 'Homestaie, Mln ?_ 4 444 44 444'Houston I U S Grpum _u_ 5 119 9*', 118.. .. Technicolor n.u.______________ 13J. NOT _ 27g __ .n_ ,' 251 :
Oil 13 244 244 244 U S Indus Chem n 7 44 43 44 J Textron ._______________ 14 March 275 __ 275
nnUl220.000 Wednesday. 'Hudson Motor 36 1&'. 164 16'. U S Rubber ._ II 411 4140! 48 United Gas Corp------------------ 16 .1
I MARKETS. A GLANCE UninterruptedDividends
U 8 Steel ._-_____ 62 74'. 73 74!. STOCKS: Higher; leader in slow recovery.
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Vie Chfn WkWalker ___ ;3 473. 453. n*4 BONOSMixed: tome industrial and
-w- a utilities "0.
IH) G &! W ;3 214 2H. 21', COTTON: Firm; mill and replacement
Walworth Co _nn_ 9 10, lot 104\ buying.
Warner Bros Pict .. 13 164 16'. 18', CHICAGO 97 year old Company: rnKated .
west Ind SUI __u 6 23'. 22*. 234! WHEAT: Strong CCC buying price ; in BdMness absolutely
ANNOUNCING West Un Tel A ____ 4 21'. 21'!. 214 hiked. essential to American F.ronorav -
Welting Air Br ___ 6 35>4 35*. 35*. CORN: Very strong; crop needs rain.. in all kind of times.
Wasting Lire _h'_ 26 29 28*, 29 OATS Strong reports of root rot Dividend Rate ha, never
Wheeling Steel ____ 22 41', 404H.. damage been<< reduced. Yield around
__ HOGS Steady to 50 cents lower top
White MotorWillysOverland uu 6 25' 25 25 f .
Z3 under
Selling over %:
_.. 521.50. I
27 9!a 9' 9!a
Wilson & Co h_ 23 15 14*. 15 CATTLE: Steady to SO cents less top : Net Asset Value.Comprehensive .
Woolworth rw> .. 14 $0', 50 50'. S29. I
OPENING Worthing P i K.. ;3 60 59, 60 Analysis available
e. -YToungst-Sh & T n 10 67'. 66'. 611 YORK ,UP> Dun and Bradstreefs i to Conservative Investors. Package
-zZonite daily weuht'd price Index of 30 basic commodities .,
Product 1 7 7 7 compiled for United Press (1930- Store

Approximate final total today 840.000. I Yesterday 32 average _equals. _n u 100)__).:___.Unh__ 26829 i ALLEN Open fA / /

Wednesday _______nun________ 266.34 C0.INVESTMENTS Open
Week ago Uhn___________ 26887 & t 9 AM_ 'Til
I Month ago n..- __--____--____--_ 26018 : d 9AJ4.'TiIMidnight
The Royal'Bar and Grill RETAIL MERCHANTS Year . 22468 :
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visit our new i Manager ON THE WINTER GARDEN ROAD 2 MILES FROM
2327 Conway Road 90 score 67 25-67; others unchanged<< / Egg
Slade-Booth Show Case Co. flrD'1er large No. 1 and 2 extras 4- (U: I
medium extras 44-45. standards 43-44: cur-

Corner Ct' way Road and Bumby Avenue I 423 W. Central Phone. 24271 "hecks rent receipts 34-345. 335-335. dirties 35-339.:

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Classified CHILDREN BOARUKD-AIM: cored for I CONVALESCENT: HOME Now open HAVANA and Nassau by boat or ; CONCRETE FLOORS DrtTe-wayi : HIGHTY'S HOME: REPAIRS SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED a.dt TURKEYS: -SCc pound. flat jatt- : .. AUG. 1. IM7 PA01U
I 0i *.. .., .* week. Supervised at Chuluota. 11 miles N. K. 01 Or plan*. Call Orlando Travel ServIce j st P" f!* tones. Reasonable from to bacc.; from roof to cleaned. State approved. 20 years t, FtirrUlA Poaltry Faraa. Call:. i
5lV 2* *U ***.. Well ,.'.need diet. Undo. 18 ttilea II.L of Saoioca 118 E. Central; dial 9504. |! Thirty years In business. Free esU- Including nesting and Y la basinets. Altermatt. Call 6730 orI 5927. (
a PeDD" *".. Wi ur Farg. Large' screened and open porches to j I mate C. N. IfId;. Winter. Park 469.:.. All: work guaranteed- Call I 7571 for-service.. =----__ _. M.tett* for 94*
Son tlctl.Star r.-n. TTp ) lit and enjoy the cool brenes oil I II 17. Hauling and Moving_ !i CARPENTER work. especially rrpar HOME SERVICE General TREES-PALMS TRIMMED and re- FOR YOUR PARTIES or for bee
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Lake Catherine. Larte ground and eonstru tlon. Waldo ws. moved. Banded. John Newton. IK
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Want-Ad Ratft II. Special Notices I walk: ..r. from auto traffic. Large ACME DELIVERY SERVICE Light Or'ando work. Florida. < ana caulking> service. Licensed mID Street Please phone 2-1147. at Leon 50 W Cectral. phono 4232. t by CaolMiro Co* 'e-.etr iaaat! *4IB (
i Prompt aer*. ___._ bonded. DowsuHl. l Phone 952 2.LAVrNUOWKRS ywar home wit* lO aowo pair***** ;
lobby and rooms. Brick construction mortal and TREES "DEMOSSED "krn-d... S
Dot* ** .*, ..aIWa4a ARMY AIR FORCES Congratula- or 32. Articles for Rent MM **r gaMtfc Widens ApplO
... I Can accommodate 25 only. Phone or Ice and rKsonabie rates. Ph. 6421. BUILDING of new homes ;: REPAIRED :'" ;: 1 Property liability. H. W. Alderxaa.:
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.._ .50. I .... Church It Phone 7oe. 441* W. STEVENS.: Broker 1 bars packing, crating and thlppms. 1400S. and carry prices will save you ery. Atomic Machine t Wetding: :' Lar.osranir.c Co Ph Winter Park IS FLOOR 6A."IDER.-Ed&.r. and poUaaV ,. 0.50104 ""'-' b-th sos !
Ml .> .> ...*.. laws Rev Chern. _ C. R. clothe Soporior 1166 Orange Ave Winter Park.MATTRESSES Paint and oil Wodvra Aup.,,ncet tv lange .
k.t>* d ADYKS : I moved my Real Esitte and Insurance Divulon: ph. 7988.! money. Bring us your TRACTOR WORK-PlowiniTnd diK- er AI new. Arnold Stoft.
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Mg* IBM'4on* Me "* hal Rev A.DAILY"piriuai M ,readme business from 64 N. Court Stto307 C.-N.Uon' .Oanert... 214 Boon. ....St_ : RECOVERED: I Ins Ph. 2-2577 or write A. L. 4(17_S Oraas!:...2-3786.:: ___ _ __ i
rpii 1 1 I.' Da" Me iis. S fe rf Greater. D.D. 512 W. ALLIED YAJ LINES OMUktM Or ....... t
Central Ph.... .. W. Par Ave..Phone 2-3554. foods. CONCRETE SERVICE-Floors. roofs. bu..t Newest: machines to Lewis' Route Orlando TYPEWRITER RENTALS SperOsi ,
jit**.*! S Darn Me IUM 5 day U3i_ largest movers of household woOdlM 12x36 .'vswkBwa lrsi
I! ...>.>.... i IUBMI AMANDA BRADFtmD-rHyehle read- TEMPORARY FOSTER HOME Needed Call Fidelity Storace it Warehome ,: driveways steps and walk Thebest he Open Ule for 01 your. mattress' Russ ) TREES DDroSSED.- 1JlIn d-t: te! monthly and quarterly rate. check and attttM. OWBOTM. *IT. $stspii i
,-M. 'Sri $0 YbS OrtaMoTkt tug rlrel J :i, rica Sal Welt Co- for school: see child. Basle expenses Co.. for free estimate on your tone 'I Idlst.nre III''engineering, workmanship Co. 1122 W.inspection Church 2-2213. 'I i down. Foil .u.a: Trl:1.LHau.IPKO.LST'R with Oeorje Stuart 13 S. MaIn 8U price laSSo c.r Miia sad .......
&:: I Jackson and material. Free estimates Forconcrete ton Ph. 4853 -
4.PI lOd all lu... _Ave phone 22311IOTOCI will be paid. Love and cars moving. 56-61 W. I: phone 81S8.. : A irI-r.oriuu.: .Wi 264311".
.. inlbawl *M TkKleait TO At.LRiALToRs necessary to mace parent and child St. Phone 2-3184.___ work of all kinds call 6780or OFFICE ACfre'iES REPAIRED [; : a=s-uD" covers reftnishmx. '! TYPEWRITERS For Rest-by day ormonth. 118 UcMiTj r. 1""TMBt6.Tra. .
I..... MM M *l .*.. Ieata The happy. Only a desirable environment Service phone :' _9530: Buchanan Concrete_Co.__ service guaranteed. Check: We call wIthout obUsatton.Artrraft i Office Equipoeot Kichame Oe.ase lIes-sm .' i"aw
property Ntrcooe DELIVERY:
oa DEE ('S Grorgt StuarU 13 S. Main St.. .,! _
... ... U MM Or ..le will be considered. Write Box 292 ; 7673. light moving and hauling CONCRETE WORK dmeways.' steps. 6158. Interior Decorators. 418 W. Smiih-corona scents. 220 S. MaiL
_____ C"1tr.: 2-ooo 22353tPHOLSTERI7cG.Expert AtTOJIAnC lUDfd r.egropa..
8-Star. or -
Thi.S Ie walks floors. sepuc tanks. .1- 8850.
lOSS reosonabterate. _
lead Insured; j
M.S 1W01t-Ad IPCIR SUPPORTS -- InrtlTtdutllTtttotd l -- every PH31EK PATCHING by : a.'But tiMe ,><"'"' .. _-
to pa .** : j jI censed bonded. Southern Sta'es Floor an renovaUnt 0; -Wa
Mrt. "ar.n 1202 E. I W. P. Kelly Registered Surveyor. 5ERVIC&-ToP *OlLfill 1 Also minor repairs. Orlando I I TOOL RENTAL-Paint svraytn. tin- r:fir" 440 8 WaCTOaVAlrC
., 1-na S !. *30 DUMP TRLCIC Co estImate sort in shop with latest! JMB
".*...'-. Phone 2-3 0. or 2-3MJ. 6 Church and Main Arcade Pbon* Writ H. A .8714or2:2205for -I Maintenance; dial 9948. I equipment. jaws benrh-saws. power mower*;
., PsS1 ....,.. dirt; delivered. : ; Open for !inspection! Base Your fur- UrORD sr.. 54q
cwe- USSP n !. : Fla. CABINET AND MlLLvTORK" to special fioortas: aquipment. concrete mier.
Bry. P. O. Box 102 PAINTERS V'AIi.ABLE-Fr.. ni-'ire. we make It like flow Ross ... .'
150 SSUSSIM.r. order. Central Florida Lumber i and miscellaneous. Young's Tool 12 tiurtUT: *4 T- 50 II'
I DON'T FORGET to call 2-3193 for Phone County 33-R-12._ mate Arnold Paint Store. :M Ure". 1122 W Church: 2-2213 .. _-
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7323 its i.ins
Rectal 100 W Washington.
ar. tti...... Os ...... WANT-ADS Co._yilij acd Nebraska._ _ i _
.' early apDoiatment. the new Ed, CO.- Orange phone 2-3780_ VENETIAN BLEIDSMad :Ito rlfie usgs ;* saw 1JIt"
....... ( ..? em** I* nLFORD VAN STORAGE lie new FLOOR SANDERS !New"irenpen srwjT
water Beauty Salon. 2422 Eclgewater load to < CLAY ROADS n.1LT-Alao lime rock PLUMBING REPAIRED-Bill : Lowest Best .. w o.- t
.. .. .. ''.. "." >laf V* Can handle loads or part pnCPJI. services. Oil ," new edeer Reasonable ra'eaxC
.. .......*.. log Mkb. lOS ... for :'Dr. Hilda MOII t. Owner. I Oeveland.: Ohio. New York City oren i Paving with surface treatment. I pronpt guaranteed repairs. Adams Ph. 95i8. 919 W. Central fixiando. R. Burke. 1805 S Butnby 7851 BIRD COON-- (KVI* tI ..r .-00'- -01I
I loads to or from Work guaranteed. Bumby & SUmp- !: 5059 Residence. 1729! Grand. FIa .
...'<">. route Also part .
.*** : BUYINGSELLING 12. Lost and Found Charleston. W Va. or KnoivilleTenn. son...Inc_Phono 7649._ _ _ j; PAINTING-Ssi2 room&tUn.. VENETIAN! BLINDS manufartnred 33. Article tor Sale I I bird Crur-h rage Buntv rnW .sp 243 I
IM Can Plate Sour _. .
Ph 5286 for free estimates.1335N walis.: '12. at 1739 Kohl I C
DRY CLEANING W* employ only I I including flat oil. Ave. See us about t
Waul..%* MT.4f phone ; BILLFOLD LOST-Lkdr't red lf thr. I _Main St j jKNOLLXNBEHQ'S skilled experienced help; and' rates exteriors Term If '. Besralam. basswood or cedar blinds. ANTIQUE and modern DiscOs Auctwc lAb BVOOT arii -a'u.w
Dta.4161li. ; Alto makr-up Sliver bx cont Star>inin and< : Local moving modern: machinery. Try us. MacuflClemens. 'I rensed. M 2-4287. :' Factor, price or InataUed. Call 8059. every Thursday night: Consign TOUT sale leieooooe a Par'-

TRADING : Cathckrt keys Lost St.between Tuldl' eveDint. Finder storage cratint. packlnl. A1" 204 Ridsewooct. corner PAINTING.: Now 1* the time to WEU.DRiU: NGV.rtQlUpped oortJ to w for sa:>. Coming Aacf.oaSa Mt." .
please retm to S-Star. Liberal re I agent for Delcher'g Long DIstance ; Ro>almd. Pfaoc_2-1060.___ I IELECTRICAL your home that new look Ltc 'i to drill shallow and deep wells. Any :>s Co_:;-oII *_ aiD.i'iTi., w. esa '.
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HIRING 506 Dial 4j>65. | contractors 5tane P. Curtis. ;:71' op to 8 inch No water no pay.i sop. cordt>tr 8' r. 11..
Moving. MacyJBt. _
lUwy "ttlfft-t'hUci ir._. i eCITMtU : ward. __ _ i REPAIRING and house For estimates i Nothing down 39 months tt payBelmanr I I AIR CONTJmoSERS-F1m ret* i Mina sn Lie Win .' r. ,
'! .. Call 4514. Miller WiiUs. __
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REI71NGDIAL DOGS LOST-2. One! large Dalmatian LONG: DISTANCE MOVTNO AUpointS. > PifuiIIDiOSBRV Well Drilling and Pump conditioners to Urge iniitaUctiosjB. iXtCiII4 .... tit...
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Wi*MDB> Electrical Contractor.FCRNITCB2 -
Du. waekfjSg local moving. i Free estimate Froea WOO. Br.tigGrurral
. I black and mhlte. Aniwers to : Packing! eraung. Plambinc & HeatIng Co. 1 j Supply.! Route 3. Winter GardenRoad Os' UMI -.". 5.-. I .1.:'
t$1h. osO halo .*.*- Co. Electric. 356 N. OraaMI
Moving & Storaje I!
Spot Other wire hatred lOll terner.named Suddath UPHOLSTERY Ref in- Orlando Fa Ph. 7087. ":
Bryan | St phone twi
ft-1 '. .<... Call 14M44tuif 8184.i Day 2-2236 Nl ht 7538.POWER I Phone 8942
gtMa Bo ." Reward. Call 1.H. 115 W. Columbia. Phone I Ii bedioom suit .
co , .: ishng. 4 piece : : lAWN MOWERS .. WASHING MACHIXE REPAIRS-Alt BABY CAUI.-oa B .. sad _.
*M> am* *n B, *... i (42.5O. 2-piece living room suite. $67 I ATTIC PA All sites frets M .
makes. Uaytac WI .
official rrice. 1' *
Between and sharpened. Hanson tl! toerillee235 ** *
**** 50 taw to *.. EattM **- GLASSES LOST-Oxford. i 19. Services Offered Bp aul'* Repair Shop. Fh. 2-1163 Barton's I 48 In. We wtU make 4 '-
...! next to Colony Theater surveY aa> .
I tar* HUMU. Ml ft. Harvard.1J2M I 4161 Ruth to Uiimston to Sears. Re i : I Co. 2309 N. Oranire. 8716 I iiDi-- '-",, K fl ,.!. -
I WlnterPark93 emanate of complete test alia ua Ma
ward. 428 Ruth St Phone_2-2889. :! ASBESTOS Siding and roofing also FLOOR SANDING. fnishln Btst'material PAINTING-Homes and store _ '_ tNOO 8' e* 10 ...... ..
: at rost. Terms tilJ to M sionthsWtUard
-- PURSE LOST Will the person woo roof repair work Free estimate. used. AH work guaranteed. ings. Interior and exterior j WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS Kelser. Yoc. TkeaMr *.oe.$345 Ore.- a- ., .
reasonable. Write J. B Saloon Box51.Zellwood.naJ licenced bonded. Baa floor Sux-! all equipment. By hour or Service on aH make a I work Park
In I B or k. Colonlaltewn dial 1 8136.
found a white! leather purse
farina Co. Ph. 2-137P.. _ _ _ I 9BT4 I tuaranteed AI Wltfins. 2014 X: __ .
OUT OUR WAY Morrison's powder room call 8025. __ -- I Pftroe _ _ KaeyAre i BOitnOM S'TTt 4 .
Reward. Fans. FLOOR SANDING AND FINISHING PAINT ESTl.\iAT6S-Co1or phone 6247 ASBESTOS SIDING and roil akuogles > so o-'an4. r ? Co r.t
APPLIANCES OD.Rl -Ph 5186. Prompt service. Modern equipment tions. Reliable. pointer ' WELL-DRTLLISt3- "specialize-ti> : roll rooflag; and aapfealt akistt'.n '' W ('h<.r.h 8BAXO -
7'ACCI3TC&4 :' toasters lamps. unit. Established drd Hatch. FOOL At Glidd I small diameter deep well 2'.. 2V" : Get 'hem at Mllig. and NebraataAJLLI9CHALMER3 .. --jm'I.
A I-rM1rtL EVER \ 14. Beauty Parlors Johnson Electric Co :i3_E.Ctturek.__ portable power SAW i .
f P .tC&CCO .: 19J:;. Skilled: workman. ...censed.bonded. RADIORaP IRL' -..-Op all and 1" Can Install well sad many Fewer Balls lOS i 0011av ". xl- 99 w".
I : A NATIOr.IAL I REPAIRED Any on FHA pi.: ",. Call write P. F. available. Immediate deliver*. CUB
AMERICAN BEAUTY SALON- '.i ALARM CLOCKS Insured. Stevens Floor Sur- Equpp to sere FM or I | either 1B1 0 B.Tlll'O4ttJ4J !-
I Ctwr t5. I4Y f electric! equipment I Frenrh. tnwood.Pa.Phons 6. plete stork. from smallest to lor....
'ROBLM--1HE \ W. Church opposite Rialto Tbeater. i kind of clock: or fating Co. Phone! 6582. i combination satisfaction (\ i. *_! II
I ACrLLY AM)4E I CRAv4C, OCMAt.JD$ Bonnie Robertson and Margaret We fix everything. Barker Repair 'I teed. Britts G. E. Radio A jo Farm Tractors. General Track ...... s- .p.e. sm-N-
c t' WY-1HT ; MOt Ato.t MORES t= Brown.. ._For appointment. ph. 6931._ !i _Shop.48W.Central.Ph._ _ --<< _.7696.. ; waxing. Exclusive:- agent for- 356 N Orange phone JI942 j All maks. 24 hr"Ire and i &" Equipment Co 2319 ktclUe: Nil.ANTIQtESEstate ,: PoMiiki raroow < -. vsU: ...
r' P cc BUT PfDPlE: AIN'TCJOT > AMMERUAN iO E. Floe. 10% toi AWNINGS: porch curtains. Venetian Flor-Co Sealer which guarantee Perfect I' RADIO ma o pick up service. CaTdweH and Har,I and 6eSzSsta: __ _, J
I i&1 H' CHEEK! i 25*" discount on ...n.. Limited i b.inds. glider coverings. Full line of aatisfaction to you who desire I I Installation and repairs. : ris. 2213 Edsewater Dr. College Park {! Bare plates. Jera Beery. 11 MarruCer ., BOAT" ". ie7-. --. .....,
WtLL! time only. Fire experienced operators material. Phon 9826 Florida Awning Quality Lasting Floor Surface Co.. pairs on all home and ear 2-1972 Arcad ...u..... i>.Twn.4 a' s i L *UBCo
rnone 0411:1.IDGEWATER: j Co.. 432 B. Huehey. Established. since 1925. 1809! N.Or- Pui>r Bros.. 114-B Park .1-- APPi.LCEs Per ImedOots is.livery. 324; 50IICYCLIle'P-it
If ADVICE TO BUILDERS- -And Supply i, .eAyt._ ,_phone 8l6.:; __ _ __ : Winter-Park ph.-619.. parunent. Plcrap and delivery I I Ji __-
Mills RADIO SER"ICEaIl service. Reisonab'e Another r.o4l', .,. ] .,--
Phone 2-31B3 Ediewater Dr. i quotation Set Mr. Igou at FCRNITCRE RESTORED Originalbeauty !me. Conlos ironer-The only iron wftai SO
new. I I I ,I sou ha-.e "Radio Troubles! service at MrElrov's Pharmacy. 12i broad new 125 P- . S I .
and Kebraska. preserved. Latest upholstery
at Rutby. Specialisms Facials. Scalp t the side slid shoe. Stio ttUt*
you can !seem to get cured
Treatments. Permanent D J e 1 n s.Onre and electric welding; I i materials. Only finest work done ,i estimates and guaranteed I S Orange Phone J-3I8. I back and forth while roll revoiwt BMAO ib.XBv..... ... 8S' w. jrwScltx
a customer always a customerof mills 'Call: at Russ Mattress Co. 1122: W. no pay Bmts General at either slow or fan speed. ] trill 81 ". .*> tTnuatore
Hilda Monck.. _OperatorOwner.GENES ._ I and machine:road work construction on pumps machinery saw ; :i Church _22213.FTJRNITVRL-: -. ------ !i! alone. 356 N Oranae Ave Phone : Refrigerator 23 en. ft- Stalaloas Co 3 os.. f-! rr ._ i-.CS:
;. 3 ROCK DRY CTEAfTVO with < i steel. Makes 324 1-cb.1. .
aluminum and brass casting. McKinney -I: : REPAIRED and refinished o- 8tTTrt: .. ., ..
BEAUTY SHOP. recondltlon- REFRIGEBATION srSVICE livery x"nil'@'. Peck Quality Coffee rrsier asakaa 8 BaZalesa > .
s cup: .
Kaley. i hdrN' 4 t I n
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Machine Works. 131 | like Cabinets
i new. made to
Inc treatment, free with aU: permanents. merclal and domestic 12
I: : Cleaners. Ph. 6055. steel. Last a UfeUn
d order TlndaU Furniture Co.. 2323 N. I m_ .Dotl 5rsp l t r *. 4
204 S Main: S688. _ _ | U1S-CttALl Orlanoo; work guaranteed. .
I Obtuse 2 lit I
I Orange Call 6546.
PIRMANENIs-Machine or machineless parts: tractors and power units I, Bask.y.! phone 27452._ I Evans. America's moat beaattftal ofl -
Co.. 40 BAH* AID WOYrw 'JI ts c .....'ci
Farm and Home Machinery
$8 BD; phone 9964. Jewel I FLOOR SANDINO-Finlshlnc. Spe- { burning Space Heater with (**
''w Robinson: phone 2-2713. ,i ROOF AIRING-Ne. ., CXDER NEW MANAGEMENT-Ben. I I hiss fesctM .*. PP4
Charm 8&on. 506 w Amelia.RAT'S !! clalize Pentra-Seal treatment 20 forced flow level heat.
SERVICE: Clearing i,! stalled patching and rhey. Iron Works expert weldinc.i Powerfv heat wave Mewer. ttt 0568.I eJOe Wt* I r. I "" -
PARLOR-Aut7peS BULLDOZER : yri experience. Modern equipment. 1 ;
BEAUTY "Red the Roofer Phone -
Also I i bltctscrthmj end ornamental Ironwork I lontal teat chamber Oovwlo kntttk sail
grubbing and grading. pan Work guaranteed Licensed. Promptservice i
permanent ..n.. Fre-heat and 1 =- '.:.ZS Hushe 1 j IiTOVTflEist rl-...f ....-
rake. Phone : U-shapeJ goMea Inane effWMSK
work and palmetto i C.R.Barke 7851 :I RUGS UPHOLSTERY
cold saves a specialty. Dial 4222.: _ _ . ...
hf" down flow action simple ftU. I mw8H A.! r.v -s ". .
24427. J. T. Murdoch. 1! Expert workmanship fast I
,31 East Pine. One place onlj.RAY'S - GENERAL KEfAIRS:: -Attic fans and Guaranteed mothproofing 39. Good Places to Eat cnctro. ..nea..-'.- ,! "....o ..les ;I.Dr .
tnoPIA BS/UrTY/ SALON .. BLOCK LAYING-12c each large: 9e floor furnaces installed. All work 22990Kteenize Co.. of Orlando. 50 gaUou of furl oil wltk fetch _Grass- a 66.41
BOS X. Washfnston; St. phone 9725. small All scaffolding: and work.equla-1417 guaranteed. Phone 2-0346. PEACHES: -We start to father thirtyi beater purchased during Jell M4Aogast CAHFWTTEF -IOOLB "r .. -,., ... II
>_ All permanents reduced through July. went furnished. Quality REFRIGERATION SERVICE thousand bushels August 1. 3 .
I a .__ W 21st St ________ GROVE CAKETAKING SERVICE In mercial and household i weeks ran on regular and late Elbertas I saw* Te D8 > D11, .1 -\,
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I: :9 15. Schools and InstructionAUTO BATHftOON AND KITCHEN Modern | all it* branches. Consult us for Good work charges '. Sell by pack or but Come 'Walter J. Wllcox.Ias.. 61 E. R* 1 to BurrrH es.j'1; I
'e particular! Deed Ku.ri raw*
I' l..twDIn.. lifetime! "Chromitc"metal ; your grove tn'OTi Refrigeration Service. Ph '0 John Right Shed or Joe Nunn son. Founded 1136. ,
LV odin and Co. 672 N. Orange; Ph. [ ChurcOCAINtlL'. _
SCHOOL Learn to drire. wan tile. Drainboards feeOye. 2-0990 ROOFING-Free estimates. 3 Shed Sheds near the State Stnltsnum -; ALAR:.! CLOCKS. 12 92 ta 11'--> .. Y.r
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Competent instructor prepares yen with stainless steel or ahunlnnm I I to _.. Work tura.ntcd. AI'o Ga I .
1A&r _ _._ __ I bt watches. wHst watrne 81 71 W O5--. a.-a.e mc'I
for Stale Onsets Test. Orlando Auto Call 4278 for free ntlmates. Metal HOUSES: WASHED: By new steam lot shingle or boUt HP and ., 18.75. Herman's Loan Offle. 37 W e
\. Tiie, Company. 58 I. Central Ate. WHEN. PLANNING' a fcinanet. ftidim I ice. ..Pt>li.w ZV ISo a 05"
I School; call 2-36U or 2-4879. I cleaning process. Look clean Irks siding Smith te Sons: 4688.SEPTIC reception birthday dinner j Chnrrh. .
ACCOUNTING =-:Enrlneehnc.l -Eich BUILDINU remodelling repairing. new paint job. Harmless to flowers ar : TANKS-insUHed. party rat; Loniwood Hotel Loniwood. ALCMINCM SCREEN WIRE NvnwW CAKTAB Reactor OTILrr i'8 'IIM.Jf-.. 'a.t"S.... H-r
School. International Correspondene -I Bonded contractor. D. D. Riddle. shrubbery Very reasonable. Free es- i proved- 600 gal. capacity 17 for suggestIons and prices 18 mesh. 32 inch. 36 inch. 48 start' I lest nOT' .- : .. (
Schools. Veteran approved. 1* 21 __K. Central: 2-4631. timates Steam House Washing Co. tanks on tT-n St at Oracle : .. Southeast Steel Salu Co.. 100i

I O. Bowe. P..O. Box2974.jh. 9282. ; CONCRETE FLOORS etc We form Phone. .23625.HOtSZ. . 174i19- or 9'1':1; Ho n-Ml1" : 31. Good Things to Eat_ W. Amelia tel 2-1442.- CAMP.-... STOVES,h"-- r' ..J .II' tm-s rlad6.tOr -1 .
REALi ESTATE LAW and' practice. I pour and finish concrete floors i WASHED Screen and SEPTIC TANKS'"CLEANED: : : : AIR CONDrnONINOVNTTh-2' eort-: ; : W r -
I Preparation for Broker and SaSesanan. driveways walks and step For windows. Look hOe: paint Jobs.' .: tug'-d: and hauled. ORANGES. Oranres. Oranges Plenty able. Carrier and Kelvlnator suitable -_. -
Home study courses now avail price estimate call 2-0256. Dunham ,,.. estimates: work .;ara teed. Burke pezian-nt rec-lder": at Leon Wi deliver. Phone 4232. for cooing 01111''. PrIced rasonab'K. >
_ able. Major Crank. 139 1:. Pine; 6666. Concrete Co. Call: Autrey, 6326. Insured Route 19. Box 2t-: 50 W. CentraLooiOWrr5TIE Phone 5296 or 5633. I (Onthttx On Soul F..*l.

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rorlatib &rnttnrla S3. Articles for Sale 33. Articles for Sale AUNT HET POOR PA I 50. Wanted to Rent i 31. Houses for Sale I j I 51. Douses for Sale i u _

I APARTMENT Furnished Business II COLLEGE PARK-W* call this our :: RALLY SCHOOL 5CTIOI--bed. .' M5-4? mi a

'WE rat. AUQ. i. imrnm I OARDZ5 lawn M.Orsnie PIANOS in* a-piano Se* Associated W* guarantee before ta buy-give By ROBERT QUILUNI B CUUDE CALLANI I omsn. Call 6801 before five. Mrs Pride and Joy' bungalow Why :. room modern host an4 eta* a ... bsbleis .,a ..4'us

and aly.Lbu the largest trade In value for your WIllis. Because it Is completely Immaculatefrom hruse 18x24 fariua8i.d555 5 ssiel en,. ssemiii.
) the outside curb aU Urousn shade and fruit trrr -.witr asp* 11\ be' oP '. In.
rmedlitf sample Spinets !
OO\'ERNMENT SURPLUS-Spot sale.Pa present piao. For down delivers APT. for bride and groom; that is the house to the high back wall of this fine property s* far ealv HSK. a"'a I. ..J in"." ,eac 5. .

low prtce and take the lo from $ Stores.lP. 143 N I we 01U': soon; kinda throwing. 'I trees and bushes that enclose a subject to mort.., of 12 OM MeKelreT 95mi los 16.0.. lto. .i ,
U. Artkln for Rale away, Sav money for a rainy Phone 5300 wish moon; for an apt. J 75 x 139 ft. lot. House Is In A.1 repair Rlt. No I Pie Conical 0.5.5._ I'11I011'
Morsan Balvas* Store 45 X Church Ave which to spoon; am I crazy as a loon J II has five rooms and enclosed' Ar,sip

or win around $25 bring more than I breezeway an attached garage Completely I Psie.d 1.. Smit
cate-A.n.* f 01. ... 1 I 2 rooms Ph. 4161. Ext. 31. furnished it sells for $11.500 ; KENTUCKY AVE Oaf msalw .55 II. t i"i :Itaw. Srose.

akBM4 s,.. wUfc WATER SYSTEMS I year-oM cement Mock kvaee wisP c5e55 5. ""04 t"t .
I O Harra-Moore. 2-2380. 109 .
.*,.. wMk I**** nalpmeat.CVT OAS RANGES W APARTMENT Furnished Working Pine I-tar garaie in fta WvatMa beads ed frss nose S a"P ...,

cI _ _ _ _ _ _ Complete No down 36 I couple Permanent 21114. i,i to rtorex school sad ckarckra st4w Electric 055 laC 150141 55.
Chesabertala. th. original insulatedtans pumel& 59 CLOSE IN-2 blocks from Oranse j I! *n offer of 16 750 try $2 tw Seubis .. 05545 8P5gM ..
c'ei uwa aM two *. Cook with off.It months to pay Wlm Olkel. APT-Furnished on first floor neededby I Lit.t1.'tf cypress frame house. Its a barsam A C Golden lesSee i shin p kfl t'lacta.etP.aItoe.
N. Garland. 6332. 5555
oaa UCS Bamk'ar any 3 ordinary busy chaplain Permanent. Quiet Upstairs rents for || 1121 N Orlando Ave sear MaiUaMunderp 'I .r! s's. tel
>*** Mtf WCtCMVK Cfeartfe ln .t.lW Exclusiv features. couple P. O Box 485. S16B month. Owner occupies A rooms **" Winter Park I

) and aluflngputter. APARTMENT small house Business downxtairs All furnished very nice I Ily S0STAI '''-,. !...vaep55555 W
A broir. .ndcl. I LAKEFRONT HOWE
tar -4 *Hl meal 2 .
s4 aUn aeaten.MM Tro.el IUt.doe I PUMPING UNITS Portable and sta couple Permanent residents. I All you need is the down pav- | baths living room lain huaa j beset Mt". _*'s ,

.t I J coll. for farm and grove Florida No children no pets Close In. Phone men!. Balance carried I bv u. ct'i I IS.m I ISIS dinIng room kitchen *ad aretfest it.. his Mil s-phi 'I e sit. j

.n. .. hot. oven completely toD.r SUIPI Co., 630 W. Church 8957 .SOO. Good terms Mr room Screened porrh ears... I .lI..... ,. .. .
oven racks mad la basket dial o A. Hutchins 409 S. Orange 2- ; w.sktaie Sect .os.vie ntLisrMad
11.I.t. 618.PT. APT.-2 bedrooms furnished or unfurnished I masonry conetrvctinn on M ft aar*>- .
fe. latch safety gas OS83 i iCRYSTAL ar 5.5 O.miIMS P51S55 ,.

CsUHU s... I aatan saakxxaa*. .J. Wilcox Inc. 1 1 l.nce.Bb fence: cypress; 7 ft. 2 to 3 I for man. close and In mother.or on LAKE DRIVE-South ,nd.1! ly palm landscaped trees This lot txtjtif hwa will era w*** MM and 53555 .. ... 0'
Mi atw* Mpiry. in founded 1931.OABOUSE butt; $15 hundred 4 to I nent residents References p.rml'j facing Bats Lake. New stucco furnished mt of wksck i* arty I ftoNII1.. Itaeri Ml 4.*< 2 ,<

.. aaf ** caaua Inch &$25 hundred CaU Winter 300 3-Star house 3 bedrooms Owner next door. new and .U In nod ewttme st .
Park Co. Must be C.n'bl-Box J Mushiio.. ".,r. e so
&I or*** UIU.tre CONCORD SCHOOL SECTION Excellent buy In Orlando at I204W PIt.. ,
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APT. In Orlando Perrnnent *- built
C ..T4al. talacSB MOTORS" 1', "hp and : RADIOS.-Crosley and Fada Console I don't care what high I don't think that young I -. Salesman or near and wife no petsor condition Pertly furnished come to office fee full rttraWr* i kexa la tsp-t. fo '1 Ii l I... ,.

.. 2 and 4 h p. Cnshmaa Bumby : type and table models Also portables Price 18250. 01fnf'r. Box 297 SSt.r.cOw.iAI and Stewart with HraM I +.. .
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30 children Call from 4 to 7 phSdt with air* *>* \ anTrM
pse r*. ... ... 5'."tt.| Hardware. 102 W. Church Street Bumby Hardware. 102 W. note she can reach. You : man wants to marry our I'. 6121 Room 322. TOWN=W ell constructed. !I Co 39 E WasfetM- awvrk tu 2 *r ...u.iteMr ." 5.1

_. GRASS canva Church. P.m.I' 2 bedrooms lon St Phone M 74 0..h.. -h.ed as.S..
t.. -tIR-He. but I he'll1 TJiOrth.II sleeping pOrch. Venetian -j -
r't': CM **. Park. pa*** sIdes .h.lum 12.25. REFRIGERATION UMTS for can make a high note Betty, guess PARTME and hr mother blinds automatic water heater I LAKEVIEW -Btanttfa Mrwa uspse to 555 >' >r.. sad t. iay i- .

: : Less Starts Co. E. Fin*. Phone u..n1 I by1 i( marry her anyway Hehasn't : Teacher 258 551st.APARTMENT Landscaped lot Possession a< once I I I home just finished e*od netaaborhood 0.1.. 1.. VM Of
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-. a.3i 3. Aome.. maket. .. film' a saw but it don't S'MO Ronlstone Realtor:2532._ i Near one of Orlaaw; x ant moe -.c.. .. .aaa>, Hv, .e.

M* K stMtk*. M.M ap KSM2J OAS RANGES-Apartment silo for got as much to do in Winter Park after : COLONIALTOWN SECTION Nearnew lakes Oak floors 2 car *arae. Price OHal loalsers i:I 11'11II" "

** 0a I Pwt .[ d Orlando Sales butt shin- sound the radio. 'I I'I Aug 1st. Furnished On lease I! $15 500 00 Mr White with ClTweI $151 1-:)SJOIWIO
) school and lake New bungalow .
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ajq-n--.7. $ "I. . 2.0959.OUITARliauailan cles c0.n.U1 red blend. I ISlate case as Large 3-room apt Adults No pets. of 2 large bedrooms 2 screened in i I I "lcK na". 104 W Centr. 2-4. 5'LEWIS _
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all colon Main floor Reply P. O .
steeL Complet I I. porches attached carate Price $8.- AVE-2 year-oM. oa earner I bedroe. wu.*.. Seedy .n wC' -4PTed

..s. Ca . R Pta OIlS rM and book of Instructions and l. RoofIng I 33. Articles for Sale i 45. Apartments for Rent Orlando 2331'1 900 Good terms Unc1b rc. Broker I lot. 132x100 Kitchen baa electricrefruerstor 55555 ii"is Wrote' 111g

Iraivote .l.l1D PtKNM MMOARAOX C .. 915 Division St. Ph 2-3553. j I APT. OR HOUSE- 911 N MIlls. 2-0818 I Westlncbov electric Cew'ral pkneir II.. at 4OUWtrl ';11

.... D000&-4tiplacS old RUGS-Two 9x12 Milton Velvet. Like j WINDOWS X 24 Western mad*. AMEI AVE. 42 E.-2-room apatI or 4 room apt or S-room COLLEGEPKARK- outstanding I rinse and automatic hot water _

. I .. a with verbed & don per new. $65 and $55 with pads Also | Can be seen at 2200 S. Bio Grand Utilities furnished $ per Man and wife no children or buy at $3450 Nicely furnished I heater Living room Wdr_. *.lauIIn.nd .
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Permanent residents Call 2-3450 :
_ 7p. a some furniture for sale 1315 Ave Phone 22370.WASHING week '' screened sleeping porch
D D. Riddle _ _ _ _ U'I frame bungalow with electric
btat.r4n .aU 2 Westmoreland Dr tween 8 em and 5 pm i All nicely furnished Only SS7M .- ; 3 iwi,nua tv'MI
'CA&i Cw BUSINESS lit kitchen 2 bedroom sleeping porch.
Used 3 I SECON-Pumlshec 000 Look this over before you rican 'krowtk'tu .a..o ..*-
N.I MACE COUPLE AND TWO CHILDREN n uvtntroom with fireplace Hardwooddoors .
2.UU.UI SHEARS-Tro-Temper. ROCKERS LGER"ula months A Cochran for 3 rom. I IBn. bu% AC Golden Broker 1121 MOrlandn tans awtaeaattr St, mc. la aurally ;'
.. 3 .o. .N flD 50* 141 condIton. I apartment or house $50 without erase Landscaped yard I I .
i!! .M t' '. 12 91..Knox stores Co. Church ol. 11. 61 Furniture Co.. 101 Cuch. S-1r. utilitiesM) with. Call 4240. I only 14250 cash re uued King Real Ave near aarI laalirapu 1 ion iw 10 ,
Slrrt.REfRIGERATRProru apartment. > ID ion or I'm.
2t Pine Phone 2 3163 BEEMAN I 'I peso' Winter Park Warts r *>
tbA* l al'f' '''''' six loot UNREDEEMED DIAMONDS. Watches (IS a week R'I.. Adultf no EFI'ICIENCYAPT or 2 rooms Ests'e ,30. E Church. 843S Open ___ 'i akrwsai misimlnr Narloa r r.'lrtrk. -

.*wr .I .Mla*. t 1 HAIR CUPPLRS-Prof.uIonal. had $ Reming and Jewelry Real values Herman pets Ph. I Elderly couple Will par $50 per j Sunday LAKE WL'iYAti-200 feet oflfce meat Ill N Oranc Ot* UK
,sr4 MXvtri O type hair clippers 1275. Booby 10 C.PIUl. Office 27 W. Church 2.251. __ month furnfahed Winter Park 200 i beautiful landscaped round ta ..
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'M good condition L.n j| COLONIALTOWN Bangalow 6 It a treat to tte n Ot ando
.* S (ar.U..t Hardwar 102 W. Church CLOSE IN-Furnished three rooms { Orlando. Patio and barbecue pit that
C Phone 5972 or see at 609 AvalcnBvd COME STORE next to Port Box 299 FURNISHED APT. Garage or private I II rooms. 3 bedroom oak floors fireplace I
>. _. T T round only cost over $2 SOO. Outdoor same ..
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now 100 7a
C.I for most every I home. Central location. Retired I II large front porch garage 2 .
ottwrn MAison sarnnn .4.
Offc. M.m.nd 3 bedrooms unfurnished cement brtrk -
a* O Kelvins Sola. __ '
y avallabl

,. Bumbl Hlrd. clocks Can 2 22M). I blocks to shopp ng center $8390 i
riMM $ cton RINGS-Bridal Set Engagement ring Ca I man. I ccnstrnction This property has everything I room cesaeat kr t bur sa;. T..e
aul nn tor W. Church. linens St. 5 rooms 'I terms Sam Johnson Co.. 208 S
silverware fi
curios CSEI
op.nm nt 3 diamonds; wedding S. No. tdult one rould wish for in a beastS : roof Metal casement w.m'wDetuned ;
bin 3
_ _ iOT 6. 10. 20. 13 Rock Lake electrical and auto sup i Main I ful aol NUt forn t ,
WITI 1T Cot.ce. Or.DI 'DtqUe. Ownerat 416 S Osceola St. HOUSE for I year beginning Sept. 1 : I home Exclusive with Frank '
I ... 30 OrlandoAppliance musical Instruments I : Florida Uvmc NIceR fa .'h-a 30
IMk. caat. Blossom TrilL eman. by responsible party 3-bedroom.. 2 COLLEGE PARK-Modern 3-bedroom S07 Mctcalf Building phone 2-1710 :
K .tie* lentMk4HV C Inc. 20 1 Orani through Friday e. ATCAT-S 335 -Small apart bath (preferable Good neighborhood 1 home of cement bloc construction i Brokers co-operation appreciated I div pn *.s lan ..1(10n..
.. .l Ave. Pbon from Lake Eola S>aK ::11' ..
.0 .u Furnished or unfurnished Can 2-3121. located on 100-ft tot 2-car garage n
or paint and use ; LAKE CON W AY-Lovely modern 2 I II
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W.I. .I e_ _ INLAID LINOLEUM-Installed en RTGRrof payment plan Couple only. rQul.d i, Ext. 934.HOUSE3. II I Asbestos roof Owner leaving city i bedroom bungalow Panelled Irvine bob Hal 2-175.1

.IIts pIss.btfl.qs. floors and sink tops Call AYdoysn33O154water Smyth Lumber Co., M Orange and I FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 2-6001 Private . rte.. Ph I I $11.500 AUen Johnson. Realtor. 1401N I I room with fireplace Steeping porch I OH ur--.u.-)33J"h.m; Road

lies a".a eabisMta A3tTf Dr. Ph 211.KBXP..a Railroad bedrooms unfurnished I I, Orange 8612 Specializing In : and front north Nice deck and boat We will *>.Uh.. 4-edr-x haled

.s fl 'sue $ = per New nfrierato. washing m.ce CLOSE IN-SOS S. Lola Dr. S-room Desirable neighborhood Have 2 welt Homes:' _ _ Th.s is real t yestatean 4 will j kaliow tile boo** on cite *r! te:mtn .
etaM tsrfuut*. IMM W. Xcaw WI new lease ou Ills. lou per 6 gal. I It.ndue furnlshe dapartment dO.Dstllrs j i mannered girls airs 5 and 1, Con :I COLLEGE PARK-3-bedroom prewar sell 1 1S. week fir only I138M aUlumistiet i' maeaslkl par y in 7'14' .r.

.. _ _ __ te Park: phone 7W. ten.: At . a ranges electric rni. bathroom 165 a month netted with new business firm In' frame bungalow breakfast nook. ). Cm H. KittrrCie
bK tTAI rlvinaur. INSULATION "Balsam WooL sets commoe. tre. sinks. CHARMIG three room apartment to I town so shall be permanent Best of I 2 porches Exceiien condition i5-ft. 2-31'6 I, Oiante 2.241OftWIN
Vvsaky Mar.- RADIO PHONOGRAPH-Meanavos.Georgian. toilet Ph 2 ''lot. $1000 cash balance $100 a II
... satisfy or money : I ..t IDtU owners retur this local reference -1646 I I I I
.rl.t A-l condition
Ifl W mahogany It toc'ay Georgia .
Chiinlin _ back .Ih"r is here Be com'crtable . 10 mos old. $250. 3202 MIddlesex '[ American Plumbing Supply and Appliance winter 15.0. Harra- HOC Furnished or unfurnished I Schiller month. See Realior 7186 von : LAKE SUE SECTION-3bdroomI : WAN4Sft.livased.s e. _

1WWP0WTSAW-AIIS Paris myth Lumber Co. N. Crane Rd between 1:00 and 7:00 Co. 134 W. Washington Moore 2.838 2 or 3 bedrooms Limit $100 Call I!I concrete \home oM I, 555 oa Ibis cotnpletrlT .Ta>ted
545511. wa a...b Le aa and Railroad C.l JEFFERSON COURT and Mrs Jernlgsn. 3745 Apopka I I COLLEGE PARK=Here\. what 1 Tile bath tile nn'n i mttttrm 2. krelream ,)t

-1 *** D..w. ICE Boxis-so !b. capacity Special RIO 46 AND PHONOGRAPH Drawer Console model.Automt'le St I, 2--com apartment HOTl. Sum HOUSE OR BUNGALOW-Unfurnished I, you have been waiting for. MOdera sills steel casements tile screened I I Ipoich I lowly 14* tot uRN lit d'\ n.< .r...
miLxcrUe I oak floors attached oak bar-k-aa altIMI
&nrone. men 3 bedrooms garage -, floors automatic furnace t WOT v abe's'
1 tow prices. & yours Mills and rite.'UNCOL In or near Orlando Couple ,
( ( a c.n.r. Excellent i large corner lot. S10.0OO furnished Venetian blinds some equipment one- ae' the laera there i* .r . '- -
*a tt&'t.aa.lra 1 Nebraska rendition. ISO cu 2-2805 or I MOTORIZE YOUR BICYCLE thet I'' APARTMENTS Morse : only. year round. best references I,I H. F. Boland (72 N. orange car garage with laundry Large lot. OMWFT included W. rvcemni'mi 'itat .

$ JIQ SAW. grinder. V 21828. way with a new 1947 Whiz- I Bld" Park. 1 and 2-bed- j Name price Telephone Shannon S131 weU Mt SitS Alit ?'
teuns. pt.Isrter. dl lnde. moel I 1 2-43J1 _ _ landscaped Huhly restricted I 113 tmrsis nr 'sa
eM' uc 7$-ls)..ra 50.. I h p. hobby shop ROOFING grades of roll roofing treat to take the seat of I rom apartments. Janitor service HOUSE in Winter Park after Au.. 1. COLONIAL GARDENS -Another nice area Can Joe 3. Myers. Realtor HeaMM sitS Marti Wt hsnti Sea,.
k .1 a equipment Cheap for quick sal*. Apt. Linoleum rugs Porch furniture a Whlzzer powered bike Let us explain i water ,tem het Tear round I I Furnished house for 3 adults NO &61. for showing Evening sbawieg I I I tor 21 W Waksat 1Ph
C.I ...:m. _ _ :_Bid,. I. Reeves' Terrace Economy Furniture Co.. 332 W. our easy terms. Whlzzer 602 NOrange or Summer rfntlL only ,I pets On lease Reply P. O Box 2331. Breezeway two bedroom attached frame garage bungalow larze can owner at Winter Park 246-R. I I
tkK CMARCssvss and Winter Park 9161
2681.MO'ES I Or ando. ;
KITCHEN STOOLS-Att metaL Church Phone 9217
A 8lret. lot. Call Harry Heath. Broker. 8Colonlait01l )3. .
Mt' U 5$. ,. -
*** I. n. .I "fU- sorted colors. Some with rug size 9x12 Never for the home. News parade RAYMOND SEA PLANE BASE-Fur- SUBURBAN-Want to rent 4 or5 n. LAKE FRONT 4 acre tract mn- I r OItWDIJIAIIOa Kw 2,"lIr_

guabH.1 C.I.I _. .1 seats and back. Knox Stores Co.. 25 RUGrli u.ed be seen at 117 Grace adventure travel comIcs.Bowiteads nih.d 'Plrm"nt. near. .lake VerY I rooms with a few acres not too COLONIAL GARDENS-Frame bun hint from highway to lake -,_ wvattatow. tile lieS lane II r<*e">4parcb.

;_ X. Pine. Pbl. 2.3n. Stret. Camera Shop 1039 N rol 1 doublebed far from city or rent to apply on house concrete construction hardwood kmaiaay attached *a'ate
KA ctum AKU OTTOMAN and studio couch (60 Call 2- u101l. lot 7? by 200. Nicely landscaped
; KITCHEN CABINET Porcelain top Orange C.I 21515MOTORCYCLE option to buy Box 140-A-O RFD 4. floors. tile batn tile windowsills sitS laaaary ra *i Lara .t 112.
I" M. $1* 54 SEWING 0800 7 rooms. can be used as in-
... tab!. and 54-inch donbl drainheard MCIE Factor r, 54 A-I condition I Orlando. property Goo construction and city water 125 two year oM 7W.Oardaer

W.' Oi' "tl ___ I alnk Phone 5078 buUt console Al Wiggins; pr i with buddy seat and bumper Reasonable ROYAL PAL APARTMENTS 6 I COUPLE AND-Two CHILDREN-need come In perfect shape Call Harry Heath. Temple orange trees SI3 500 *MO i. -.J twlaia. 3 Soatk Loan

ttiEriiic >'i.-ra type atKe ad 14. I Rear of 2116 Delaney Luc Clrl Luxuriously fur. apartment or bout. $50 without cash balance $s8 month Roper Realty 8' Mai 244S1OKLAtrOO
IU W. ( W sixes for 1medl.t delnr. Orlando 1----- - -- : three bedroom .
___ protectIon I Mills and Nebralka.JDARDi.if. step ladders chomlum steel and 1I IF YOU HAVE a desirable home orapartment sleeping porch frame buagalow I LAKE KILLARoiEY'SErnO! leer hosan we ka<* seer nm >
IOATBM -. so Orae SUMMERLLN ST 519 8.-ljnfurnish- waterproofed S-room a y-newly Seth anda4. 'rowe
colors I concrete tile
i.At Ave Phone 4531.SRR Just received 11.5 to $10.75. and want resooruib with extra corner lot. In nice .
*aa 3Otallor dealer Central ed 4 rooms bath private entrance tenants permanent reference*. please home with car port and attack Into *ltrMitv i*. .
*, k* Mob, 1..a 102 r.. for fam.graves ..ldla.n. Authorlzfc Ph. 2-2317. garage utilities paid $59 month. Ph. 'I call 22917.HOUSE2. neighborhood A ,MId buy at S850OI wash room. This home Is arranced I roe etc l>cinM: we'I wstrr Ike
romplet tin of hand H. H.farrtsh I with terms Call Harry Heath. Broker ,
W tolL Supply Co. 2 2770SUBLRBAN. for gracious Florida living Large Uv of lead tkat win prodce Vt ,. fa,
0"- Hardware Co. 220 8. Orange.LWM or 3 bedrooms. FurnishedFor . 8253. CoionisI own.
W.. I
630 Church St. Phone 6118 _
ins can k* kacXkrd sitS una. ipavwmrt
tli room with firep!ace 5 cletkei
-Duplex apt New modern
!OJS A..t.COTHtrsi SET 3-piece. special close STANLEY Good assortment 31. Articles: WantedAIR completely furnished Screened- : teacher and coach Ph 6224 -LIMITS irasu. Modern 5- 'closets. I linen closet Requires STMS9 sad aataar met hit u

Pea.r UW " a .t$12 9$. SIC W. Church Street of TL"St.nlel' Booby porches lane lawn Monthly : daytime or write box 294 S-Star room home of f:ame construction down payment Phone Mr Hwe223110. Loire. Heart. Ss S KM' r.-'-a

BJCTsUcTjOHT, FLAlrr LAWN IOWD1 very good condition Hardware 102 tl.. driven.COMPRESSER 60 to 105-Gasoline cubic mll rear I"..Col. .La Apts Lone- Laige screened porch Garate $6300 with O'Harra-Moore. 109 X. Arr4_Offtc. Mil Ce. ln I }
C'I 51. Houses for Sale I Allen Joncton Realtor 140 N. Or
= pr Pine phon 2-OA36 ,
Minnesota Ave. wood 23. ) Si. ,.
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|MW P. IS. 121 SHINGLES-Slate surface 3 in 1 minute capacity Phone 9634AXESFurniture I 8612. "Specializing Homes
P.rWs.LtrTIZC. .' M. o. Winter Underwriters label, I anne LAKE-VIEW Suburban vtna..:7- id Mc's btea5ns S 5,4I
Jnl. 1 of all ADAIR PARK Larse bungalow with ,
LOCK 8ZT8 H.. h..p. padlocks fle green tone and tile machines ks; have aewing TWO APARTMENTS-Phone 6328I 3 nice bedrooms and sleeping pOrch. CITY U.\lIT5-lD high priced are*. room ho4se f.' c1. elactrtc I| mms KMHKrii awwspasrnt PtYC o
an RoebuckCo. 9813 Lake privileges with exclusive bathIng kitchen 2 acres beating trove Priced c stewan sVaitOT o Bee< A*>**
WtLDUU. t sic. t pied Bul.n' Ser to Sewell-Thurmond I Good neighborhood Landscaped lot '
kind lel Furltu' beach Concrete block home. 100I to litE..y V155OSWIS
Lumbr Co.. N. Orangeand SEWING MACHINE Treadle Co. W. Pine St. Dial |I THREE-ROOM FURNISHED apartment 'with fruit trees and garage Price. terms. Roper RraMy
RalIrostiLIOHTPI.ANT2500 IG 470. 125 lot. $8 000 Unfurnished Church and Main 2 .
..a I 3413
16505 155-tinS: A Mc.'so
130 691 8500. Some terms Mr with _
for settled Nunel _
couple. 827 18th
cocltlO Foro. 81 of SAW 14-Inch. good used $3.000 cash with balance at $45I .
BAD ,.
bediwe. Isisales 55 rr
110-T ,. Herman Goodwin Inc Broker. a
..n end watt. Fllb'Dt Wlat. .. Phone I Avenue 677 i I month Completely furnished __J
2219.DION I per L.4.KE o.ts5bos 1151 e5" o' I
AC. Ok* new H. Rice Ocldenroddrt4 N. Orange 9855 FRONT Overlooking Urge
K 4 **a rust**, a..fey Hard $3 500 Call Morlarty with Joe GMyers .. <
jewelry old lake 2 Mrap OM rswr r wnsrd >
mil bedroom
south of Cheney new kangalow
.lche. maseary
We44 Chirrll BW. SODA Complete vita 46. Houses for Rent ADAIR LAKE SECTION-Modern 3- I '
PUA price Realtor. 8881 his Fated e0p55 T>u '. 55.-
9'9 Bbe' Urge rooms eves ear
LUMBER Odd tots st special low C. c&h !! bedroom home partly furnished -
: MOfui.kL m- comprao. I Segal Chirch COLONIALTOWN -roomframe |5' ttrwtt'v,* MMS1M fir *Jr
porte lane screened porch laaawry
I price Get it at Mills and M Hook. 543 W. I COTTAGE rooms utilities Full tile bath oak floors. clean attractive .
r > ., banbesnite.U braska Centa. e ELECTRIC KITCHEN MIXER Call Reasonable fulled and livable $9500 Wilbur bungalow Near school sod stores room with tab*. sod scare far (tariff -t meat ejj Lcrraw p rTmar ; hI
*. IU*. K. Hater B.DID 1 White Bro- I Clye M tl* *se IM w CMNUrrro 3
.tJ A. Reehl. 4305 or 216 East 1 mil I Strickland Broker. 23 W. Church St. $7500 with terms Bros This is 5 beantlf modern kesae
A. LUMBER Everything- lldd; M castle lutb 66'5 hers 824 N Mills: 2-1688_ _ _ I with lake privileges V.c... $12.7W. ..4111

lumber and Y Lum I LIr.UT5-t'ft Park Modem i about S cash Settee Investment ca.
ItJel ber Cheney Ph 2.'U. STEAM CLZANTR-Eerrtck. Has Just 1 FURNITURE-Used stoves; ice boxes COTTAGE bedroom Adults only ADAIR-IVANHOE--(Vicinity 3 lakes. CITY 3-bedroom bungalow partlyI 25 w. Washington St Pava $91]. arsstmt Wiole
been Sewing machines Call before you 310 E. Colonial Drive Quick possession. 3 bedrooms Good I
thoroughly reconditioned Holler
>* ..,. Cafcsoa LAWN MOWER-New power mower I sell. We pay -top" price SewellThurmond shape I I furnished and located on acre of land Psesdar home with puts n'I

-C. W .lootS. $125 up I and I Steel Co- 324 Av*.Chevrolet Co.. 115 W. Central Furniture Co.. 72 W. Pine LAKE MY. FLA.-3 rom. and C. Stewart.Quiet Realtor.paved street O'Neal$7950 Arcade O I Only S7aOO AUen Johnson Realtor i I ifuily ivisdatsina epen4
West Fine bath 1 West of 1 N. Oranre 8612 Specializing isestiss Twa lara* avJraMu ca
,_. St. Dial 4070 flhe. 9788 140 .. LAKE FPONT-For the on. waa .
i.ij.f.Kossoosbis. srn.IM LUOal TRAILERS$. on* or GAS Chamber Commece Bid. GcoricR I In Rome.I ...d. and raa afford perfect It*- fleeTs araa at>k -M_ id us
P 424 Z. .n AND OIL STOVES-Ice boxes Patterson ADAIR bARK Frame 3-bedroom log this thoroughly mortem .. let CM k* fiaaitrM A,.at p' .
Har Io. | COLON1ALTOW N-Park Lake Frame.
&nRw't ttalmWa sure stint 1.2 hir or .I.8ut. &. Ph II I I IG used l.household Ph. 475 trtuc.. BUNGALOW-Five rooms Furnished screened home that was built In 1341 2 3 bedrooms, oak floors, sun parlor : room. 2 tiled bath boat witS Sam 513560 H* f wlada dtwta address
& porches attached Jf W WaaJuall
two bedrooms and I living room. in exceDeat beatles
garage adult A real
LAMP Venetian blinds gas kitchen
h .I "M "t1n. anti styles and .1 S LOGS d lnre to mill will also buy and pr.nent. Call 2-0838 large lot. $12000 Allen Johnson." I home $9500. *j .ca h Loren Dunn plant dock. 2-car garage asssd trwptcil nn > wna Jus o fv* sVa'it

A.1.. K. Church John e timber Lumber Co. formerly Realtor. 140 N Orange' : 8612 Speciallzlnc 1! Bicker 6 N. Brown 2129I surroundings. fnrolsfc ar astfarmshed 2SWWasbaeiosItpooemi;
I HtF*IonUTO V-Doubl* 'e 2 Plan your kitchen around th. new Gables Just off Fairbanks Call 47. Rooms for Rent In Homes. Shown by appOataielM IkaktS

LUMBER ltd material and American alnk New delr new 2-2981. APOPKA MWY<-3 miles north of i COLLEGE PARK-2 exceptional buys I Huey with Robert R Tyre Reall ** P6_ I.AU aarrixiiiWM a sMce.e.

rata **,ttak. eU. Jest aa Castle hardware Lbr;A Hdw. Co." 5754.Pin beauty new features, OLD GOLD-We pay highest prices AMELIA AVE.. 42 E -Large. Inner- Orange Ave is this new bedroom j' aU Modern utilities bedroom and Venetian bungalow blinds with on :l 13 W Washington 6174 . Sbes. 3-55th
tion new Drawers glide .
cn.emeDce. for diamonds old gold watches $6 single $8 double With home. City wster $1000 cash balance full sized lot Attached $( Mue Ot susie MSB Pta faraiskea:
,... SMT LAWN MOWERS -P and N." proven on ac. len& effortless. broken teeth .prln. arranged Price. "500. Ann Goodwin I garage iomom C"t 555 ac
. rta Double ewelr. l.nn room $8 single $10 double. Also bedroom bungalow completely LAKE FRONT ESTATE 171. *cT** isemi
nallty W* stock the part Bum- wU don. Berkman 139 N. with Herman lesSen. 5.
deadeDe Bn. Orlll. Llghthousekeeplng room $10 per Goodwin Inc Broker furnished at $8900 C P. SnumwayI I in grove beanufaUy laacat $$$ Miss,
itoo. ..t Uta .. eta by Had.. 102 W. Church std Drawers of piece week 677 N Orange: 9855 I 0* a "0
steeL rounded corners and for OFFICE MACHINES and fuiu. 'I II Realtor. 140 N Orinte: 2-3282I yard 2 homes vest reels.. sad
LADYS gray all wooL au Get our Check BEDROOM II I I 2-stn staMe Only $27 $** p-rioi. -2fanuanfd -
aV-a' easy cleaning and adjoining
Lisp .
ua JH pre. Orn I CLOSE INE.iExtr. well built ,
f a u Very very little Six Stuart b.t I Gardner Real Estate 39 8 Count St .
.0r Walter J. Wilcox Inc. Z-Robinson; 1 M.1 St. phone 818. Phone 2-4114 or 2-0906 I frame. 5 rooms. Sleeping porch s-drse. aisS rt 'us
II Win 1 -
.tS4.tpsi.. 17-It. Park Mcrific 115. Phone, Winter founded 1936 PIE TREES WANTED-Will b CLOSE IN-16 N. Thornton. CooL I ALTAMONTE SPRINGS and 2 others Garage Nice lot Hear dial-2-4481 isestids 5,55 ese.tesis e esom
S93-R '
for you Ne.ton Single and double. Private borne 12 lakes Furnished, $10.000. term : LAKE DAVIS SECTM"*-8B fvaaa sad bit t'a.
ELtcTsticwATt. MASON AND PLUMBER TOOLS 2-U4. Ph. 2-3364. I 5 Acres-3-bedroom furnished house Weir System 628 E. PlD' 4641 I i l cottse with masntrVmt aka > *. Crawfard altk Itakt 1 f'fir
P' J trowels hawks. Paved road A nice Suburban homeImmediate 1 trees excellent netihbortMod 55 pv IValtw Ml M Or**** tees
tap. .. Hamme. no.t SOFA BIol spring contrctoD WE ARE in need of some furniture CLOSE IN-Summer rates conven I pOssession. $7aOO I DUBDRE 2 BuksPlD-Dr. Look-
Bumby 102 .G I I.d street Extr lot etieoalM karkto ALsWM IT(1uas"u'... t klreaaa
Fairsivlsto Only 50 and metal beds have in for a bargain? Good neighborhood -
".0. .. Church UYIC rom lent comfortable innerspring mat 1 acre-2-bedroom furnished bunn.I ? Isle Price $3500 Call Ak- McCoy .
. M. suite 3-PC. overstuffed: and 2 you? Cochran Furniture Co.. 1015 W. shower bath. 251 8. Main St. low. Paved road Nicely landscaped Nice kitchen and bath New frwat arrMd rHt lor**
t MOTORBIKE-Higglns. slightly UA ed. large chairs: $98 SO Powell Furniture Church Ph. 2-0931 trl.. I Distinctive $fi25ODUBSDREAD with Sammle Franrnr ..ltw IC s is n steeSue poetS 1 ait-*mttraa
Afl-Ws lift tU aJI St I In-mediate possession
5 $6000
: *a terms
1100 CaU 7S9S Co. at Colonlaltown CLOSE DOWNTOWN-Small bedroom i Room Central Arcade 74A7 be ceadj late 3-Sauslp house ata
SIlK ...Our AsMtvaa vtatstr a IG concUn. WE BUY used flmlar. C.l us b next to fin -New concrete block: I LANCASTER PARK I cod Lu *f flcans *ml itikn
I ream SMern.
tue poor *. u .. .O ftr I" SINGER portable electric seeing machine fore selling I only bat. 431 Z n'lhbrhG i Call our Altamonte Springs office 2 bedrooms Asphalt tile floor lake view ...a.. 3 k0- sear ka and arawai far saica

.tete* .sVrrvtc*. MS J. .. MET IAE EQtPK-Wln : Airway ncuu all attachment I No. 2 store 615 W. Church phone I Curch. I Homer Seweil Manager: Winter SSjOO with '. cash. hones with Herman rfun tote M8M MSW tees. Mdc' P ttssealtar
.1-1t m.t . *. Phone 2. 2-4883 CONWAY ROAD-Double room 2 Park 88394.HuckelONeal.. Goodwin Inc Broker 677 N rooms. tiled sun porch prat
meals a day optional Transportation tiled bath large ima raaea .. ctae Cait sad Mata
t. Ida I.. t" Irdt. meat. Roper blok. Realty or SCTR. : .bee Cushman. Suits WHEN FURNITURK or anything of I furnished morning and night. Realtors. ; 118 E. Robinson Orance: phone 98,5i California fire place veartiaa Mtaws. 24755
r Ca0 p.n cNI tr. 1136 W. Smith. is for sale I : dial 2-3753 DtBSDREAD New concrete block
I L .Iue -Can first Gar- $15 Phone 2-2933CAS3ELBERRY I'i i beautiful lawns 12 cItrus Se OwaM j-r, 8aus Sew<.,e.'1. 2-3.3. Met offer Davis 2-27. I land Street Furniture 525 N. Gar Azalea i 2-bedroom home Tile floor In nice with Johnston Heary Broker S W I-a* raa rraaa kMss*. car** a4

-, SPRY OUTFIT-For paint or ger I.nd61.. Lc.I location Low price at $epotj.s. cash I. Church St I phon* 1164$ heeeuswsp tk* view jmipeMaa .
C14. MXAT CAUS-Nev S. 10 I American Flan Hotel; riding I
tmu CU Bill Douilis with H F Boland
B. 110. Buual Like new Heavy duty WNBtJYDkMONDS. MTCi C D Daybwn ProS
'e. p.c fishing hunting WinterPark. .
.. I 1 f Comple cmpfe.or. 2Vi.gallon i 1.1D I BEVERLY SHORES-New an masonry Realtor Camgan Bldg 672 N. Onange.
Wt gun pot. 40 paint 5S.e24I".uMa
and antiques. Hoeltke I I TU islSN,4is'sSs.
. h. ho. fe.elr 9174-W lovely 2-bedroom kvagtlow
.I : : .
24551.DELANEYST.f63S .
Mi' bungalow 4 >
de.e. C J B BO air nose double 24 8 large bedrooms. 2 tiJebaths ... .
W. dlapl.m OrD.e. IPt.ln. roof tam heat A real a< IIPasiaaafci is..
fu C'lt&MOWINO accessories for CLOSE IN Near : very large screened pOrch. 2
spraying rom. 3 bedrooms 2csr
'r'l. WE $8500 furnished 0. R Klurew AM Sorties MM toes
bednisis PAY prices for old !| Grills and with
n.u. Price motor. See at hlhesc..h holPII. Apply today car porte lavatory new electric : insulated copper
aa4 10 1 garage At Son Realtor. 2-31 it.I Ata p-raesa kterk w: 1
Mttrea MM sa *
= horse type .nI' jewelry In 39 East Am I kitchen. 40 sal water heater and automatic I
: Venetian blinds Included -
',tr Suet sinS tad that. M W. NCH&e 5927UAT condition. City Luggage a.% I, a I. I Bendlx washer 110 ft lot plumbing rugs LAn: IVANHOE'Very close Hr st from* ratal attach) ss an wt nlatimi
CLOSE Owner.
IN 206 Fruit and shade
Bc.tbennta. -
Ow.lee TRAILER-300 gallon Jewelry Rom SaesM. rack dove aalax '
Co. tor Orsn> Church Br.t .it
d sad
frl. t- Ietn a I In hlRhly restricted neighborhood home yea win be pro t* WB
CASK Used 10 ft. brakes meals .
good tires Imperial DUBSDREAD AREA-Just tsk Oa-avr CauZw Mar
MM Comliet b.U ra
..e with .. Station 8. I win, BUY. remove or saw your Price 123.500 Terms If desired Harlow I more thn comfortable to live w It
Orange Blossom TraiL smaU houses el' modern One for
Faranur Xichaai W c's.r'sa
U unfurnished with 2 Hfsis steel- .55-5.3
I 1 trees Call G Fredrick 118 N Orange Ave. ;
King "
W* ._h. TU. '" J. P. Macon. Melbourne. TILE kitchen pin B"Udlnl t CLOSE IN-CooL Private bath 2500. one $3500 one $4000 HJI
Fla Phon. 13O-M your and bt rom Company; I Nea| Dial 8188 Inc porch. lovely kttckea karwaeSHl sHTsWwtaVUI Caa* hancatew w;th 4
.. ray nut 726. j Grills. Reasonable 644 .. !I "Its great to live In Orlando* I cash These are brand new listings I floors fireplace .re. attic eaa lara lata. tDM 1-ra. kwtataw

t* .H.11 . teal OUTBOARD MOTOR 5-b.p. M7l and home owners get our new summer 35. Fuel O'l and Wood : I j I and are definitely tood buys So yeahad be converted into 2 mare rawsa* This and u kit* prwex a* IMM R tnuvv

less raratur* tier Xvlanid Zephyr. 114 ca prices. Phone 2-81. 711 W. GORE AVE1 East Attractive BACKSPIN DK. better hurry! Exclusive with Win ts a very nice tocatteat IJwW *aw*. is the sibie I.e Mi55e pester"'i'eountry
.. Dubsdread New
_t_,u ..rb a* $120.rmwvt Fb .tM e 1634 Chicago Af. Robinson FLEL OIL A I 1' rooms Convenient location Sum- California style 3 or Matnews with J. Daniel Kolar 206 $50 month Don recuact sae akM* pesegi'tv sa. Ice'-as
l stier ''S. MaIn.
YENS for oil stoves. Stock includes TOILET SEATS-High quality whit* Phone 8021. tul tln filed i .rates Kitchen pr.vileges Phone spare hjbay room $ 25000:0.wn. I you want a nice home Rarata .... Sealtor n t Flaw *alS
an and two burner types. Dumb sheet lour I 9706 DELANEY SECTION 6-room frame with J Daniel K4r 26 8. Mite
Park.nI. toilet A
seats Chrome larger tfas tank Insures on sr". 1Tl6 aua .i.e t1 BEAVER
I) M _I.c.a *. |4 55; l.rd."I. 102 W. Church hlnies 10.7. Knox Stores Co.. 2 mornings Mrr.. Fuel .old"l. MILLS ST. 1000 5.-You will like 2 bedrooms. large living Just room completed.with hem Cypress siding oat floors. 7811 5.4555 a iKJ r>m kwsa* ana

Issoriteise .11 day OIL WATER T with tank. 427Michigan E Pine 2-3163. a this large comfortable room with 4 flr.p1.c kitchen and With 4-room cottage Both furnished LAKE LUCERNE, have rrtvs a a pkK of ai.a wkM tto **SMMr

5,4 wita I iMttrto 14 .a" Ave of DelaneyPIANOS 37. Fertilizers and I windows. innersprlng mattres large combined. tile bath Venetian dining blinds room $12750 Only $5000 cash balance sting on one of tke ftntor a ptay ark a*> aeein tram 'tsf
batf. >... >* easy Roper Realty Church and Main; this beautiful lake taraaw a
-415 $6 per month TWIN BABY BUGGY and play closet semi-private bath On bus line Southeast section Nice shade fat kf s> a a ili 2-s Muse

|.* iei rr bay good cuh *. 145 1305 W. Third St., Sanford. 1n Suitable for couple or individuaL quiet street $ (. terms. Phone on 23433 i better than $9000 pr year and toe 5.555 toerteeg Psait,. 55 1
,et.I .. Fairbanks Ave. Winter 'WUer'l. F. COLD SMOKE-Keep your garden Only $6 Call 2-0938 7902.COLONIAL I EASTSmE-Elcbt blocks from Orange I total price I la tew tkan $.- $11 Oroaa 3.371unaaai
.rl. and 1.1 pest free and healthy __ | Ave. Hollow tile garage appartment 000 casts will handle tkss Salami
... FOWZR MOWER. New. TRACTOR-General farm type 2- The PAK LAKE CIRCLE 701-Lovely : rts**) of city tatwri
A a l easy way 508 SECTION 3-bedroom Located on blab beautiful I : over 10 years This ta one ot say very
...__ CltD b.zs. Lowes prtcra rtran .IU e 11 .enltivatcr. dUc b. plow 0.. : rm. newly bus deorlle.. Inner-. I borne electric kitchen. aarsge shaded lot Apartment hat 2 bedrooms I'I confidential Usirn and I *. ta a 5d tk>M avdreaaatLlvia
I. W Columbia Ave. bottom plow. wheel $900 .pr.nRL on In 7468 : drrmses room and ba'S
nicely landscaped lot. in
Close living kitchen hardwood! position to varaatee that tats pfaperty
IU M ala |a* stare"ta.fl' stows takes all P good rich top soil. Deliver- room. .
*>. HIM PiANO HXATOQ Prevent s Z. Feld. Box 1845 Phone 24053'OULTRY II ST. JAMta HOTEL South and $12 000; part rash: balance terms. floors Use for Income when you> I absolutely castleS be beat *s '. dSSsSerse.
. W. sticking keys. UNI O e. Ph. 900 Rosa:Ind. Summer rates Single IS C. C. Garl tt. Realtor. 2-1747CDLOMALTUWt I buUd $5500 Thelma Klncaid with HIF I prtce location Income 'sidiusa *"d lssS kitrkea ** svrvtre 9V kdatatn

C. S lobtnsoa Music 10. $ f.K.1aec RAILXR-4-wheeL $125; 12 ft. lone MANURE dried and pulTerlsed week up; doubles Call 925>. |I -A pretty block | Boland 672 N. Oranse Ave. Fh beauty For your owa sik lt aw Mg55 ti eSed rwlitMM $125 si k. Falrrilla 1 adsat. 'o'cs55' I
: Poul 554 readY
with racks or trade for show this to you aefvr yea .ake a
anythIng WASHINGTON ST, 907 EAST bungalow that built for the 2-4551.
POCKET KNIVES': fine try owner.
f. *. -gtt4 al I aallty pocket kil.Cala. S and of Collapsible value Also two-wheel taUer. $75 r.r. Sleeping room. Twin beds and o;I has some extra features; An extra I EAST 6IDE-In cay ..lkIIiS-dis-1 I mistake In somethin *to> .Cx't .55'Freed WaStes 5. cud 555.5 5, eteetet.
baby Wm Mithews with J Daniel Ktr
ftr* :.IL At.- up. Kao Stores .. Pin*. bU.Y. bo. necting bath.WASHINGTON. i size kitchen with fine cabinets: an tance Is this very ..
2 1 Plants. 3.05.1 317 I Orsuse AveI.iap
west of Truman Flowers and Seeds Ph 711 2
.1 Phone 2.311.PIX0COllt on Cheney Hb 38 ST... 2560 E. Nice I extra size living porch extra plumbing house with an extra large screened 20_ S Main _ *r '44-* _
way CaI. Allen in laundry and utility room off LAKE WELDONA -_ frame Vt 55 'b!Iaeqs
stock of room for man. No --irlnker Private : front porch and a screened service ,
ti* OsisisoirMise. ta peat walnut new TILE your bath and kitchen in rustproof CAr. HIBISCUS. Snrimam Pntrance.YMCAAttractive. garage and extra quality lighting |i porch with Isnndry tubs with hot and Large corner KK faclag lake 4TM. iebe. Mu. 151'roe.
. ** *.. .exhaust faaa. _. Ipnt" Maolu. 1525 and UP. Permatile; free etmt Dlrllold. mil. c J. ymni ; fixtures Prettily furnished It sells cold water Hous Is frsme floors' Phone *""". 7902 ___ home beausis.I .
.u flllb. Central Florida Williams. rooms for for $11.500 Can O'Harra-Moor*. I heart pine and te Is one and one I I adniegs'" a.
11 COI"ord s I
1frtew Jr Term Joseph Bailey. S.le.22: O MILLER AVE -Datoaread Settles .
1 deM. '3 ance Dial men Single or double. *5 and 111I. *l fiseroor
6946 'sane
AH Realtor 2-O836 100 F. Pine Street.COLLF.OE half lot*. Furnished It for $10.-
vs..i I. . A..t 2-2090. FNE DEIGNS a specialty Cut Call 6006 I cPt j bedroom furnished keas* Said prrk i OTter le5,-.
VACUUM and I 500 Call Margaret Fi. OHarra pine floors Corner lee .lie) ftConvenient
XtR rUsUATU Kola .aa and CE "De wedd. SUMMER RATES w..kI7.I I I 8***. A rkSMW tw ** ar. ',,
all Dally Moore. 2 2380. 109 E. Pine
with s Gardens 2319 N. PARK 6 room concrete j to bus *ad *t re. OeJy I
I e pbss is 1-nit for nUaiaU PIANO make. H att.t'lt. Bub7 Br- Phone OraL monthly Beautiful rooms. single or I am a kaaa* rtesn n Cebrt 1 102 block bungalow with lifetime roof. I $4 9SO Immediate aeg.p.eey
.. frr Thornton.FLCMBIXa Curh 2127.SHUEY double. private baths : I ci: i, 55 ts.sssais tee. Or's I,. 5?"
au a.t 3 room cottage beside house rented ElIZABETH ST.-2 blocks to Princeton A C Broker 1121 K Or- |
i 1
aa I VENETIAN BDTe best costs Large selection to Lake Virginia near Onrlookln.j I wHkaa tor WMrk vitmi "-s'tt
U4tm a.. no mora Acm 119 W. Central. our home Mnsselwhlte $00 Chase Avenue Phone $35 per month. Lot can be School. 3 sleeping room frame I Undo.. Ave inr Maltland aasler- I' Maare 5,55.'r TMOOTMsUsn
ui purchased furnished McNuttHeaslerRealtors landscaped pass Winter Park
.. Orlando Nurseries. construction fenced-ln
Or M Ph Princeton.
_ _ _ _ _ 1 _
155.V E LARGE COMFORTABLE ROOM In 15 W. Washington St. yard Lars rooms 2 screened MAITLAND-Stately 2-story' Afal., lwa<* *4kitrkwa

to 504I1110L FIXTURES- AI-t lea$ sod acid 39. Livestock private home nicely located References Phone 5106.CHEROKEE. portht attic ventilatinc fan New a H -aer* .ttnaf I... sad uas ieveee Mae. list
< t RM autos aad and I baU for bar and Supple please Phone 9764 reduced price; $7350 for quick sal*. > oe a less cad and i*'.' *
benns tkat
'*. Ala* ,. Cos.U2S i Flat sinks. sinks with I tops etc. Mills oranc (rove ttt I IFlorida lot wtu k* avkisakt AM la fee
I See this Call Ben Field with H P.Roland.
T r RABBITS AND HIGH SECTION With \ living at I. beat Th Muss .
of VENETIAN HUTCHES for sal*. MM witS Mv SImi toes 's'
days 47-1. Rental Realtor Carrigan Bldg. 672
e br. Agencies
a BD3 deU"r. bus transportation at your door. has 4 bedrooms 2 bathe scackew
;' 11,1. tbl. and round buy . you Dl. bucks and young Grogaa N. N. Orange 24551.E.AST2.bedrooin "r..d I; nest Call O Miria-Mmis. $Va.t rIM
Wh this three bedroom frame house fairj living room and a prts
.V1AT .aala. Ua* cpr pipe and fittings soil c. It the best for just a few cent off Rt. 50 _ _ _ LANDLORDS will supply yea ly well furnished may solve your I I winning kitchen There ar 4 fireplaces t Pns 3.flMuU"wite
use lt and Libby and Freeman. Made In Orlando by Charles REGANS SERVICE.._.We also desirable tenants free $ beads
.leL I. 'lU mor BO of charge housing problem Priced at S6SOOOO prewar and a real faraac* witS dIets rom
11 W. Church. 183 Edgwater Dr. ph. 2-0455 : h.u e. Pho. Winter Park 822.TW and obll..tiolJus' phone as your Call Nora TYler with O'Harra-Moore. tion. Most city .. natruc-I to *U rooms The secesi nine Ilea t* s-s 5.555 '.rmi

=-: 24 ;' VENETIAN BLINDS Custom built. GOOD mil* tows for sale N. 8. vacancy Gardner Real Estate Attncy 2-083K 109 E PIneCOLONIALTOWN tsies Mate offer 25:8 t a wide veranda 2 bedroom aid balk i 55.06 5. Ssin! tebRust Riesii

Special 58c per *q. ft. Lawrence and Gotha. Florida. 29 8. Court St. Phone 2-4481. Just two blocks and ran be rented for "eo for the Istasry Ce iksalMn fM id.c&f
Fn-.l GUEST HOUSE-On main travelledstreet .
UtwMHUatia oodet PLYWOOD-Waterproof Radbin Venetian winter months and th* grove .. Mg 1-MM
f. .nlab. WE HAVE RENTALS S3 service
JJ Bldl from Colonlaltown corners is an east side think this 1
fab I 4x11 fa e 40. Pet Stock and Supplies charge Gardner Real on we add another $1000 ot more 751pnce535.000. *- :
.. 116 phoe Estate. 23
1* w.I.011 Castle D. -& American type bungalow with two particular house has much to recommend Include new electric ,' s..e Sad
B' South Court Street.
.. Phen 2- CttaC. WASHING MACHINE-"Taylor Jr... bedrooms and sleeping porch that it for a medium sized guesthouse bite. 5p d tisi'ISIC55S
pedigreed kitchen eak
iruiflztuut-i ste. $3995. A convenient parking space CT. Siamese Can be sees will do nicely for family needing It is a square frame housswith equipment AbOet. I Semi. mie b star,. Pr", $4

tw-tft-at wattf aiwctai tack. ,AT-5. gallon entsid ..alt you always at oar front door $1 East Livingston Avenue 48-1. Beach Rentals three sleeping spaces It Is bright and cool corner rooms Four bedrooms will di The furniture I* avail****. -. tines w ( ftwa. pjoal teat.
f s4v Is-,.. l. w. a Other bargalas. COCKER SPANIEL C W waiters Heater! 17) K Or IN S Or .
'o $ Leonard Hardware 316 8 PPedlr shining Inside and out with a kitchen and bath nprt*
tTht witS Arnold Faint ,407 8 Or- Oranre Blossom Trail Ph. 2-2187. Reasonable 1940 .. DAYTONA EEACH Hotel Benolt. any housewife will enjoy The living room. dining . large modern Ina. 8T 1 fivtla*) 7 wM

seas iv** Items ,. treeSlM. .ag.. 2-3786 WASHING MACHINES ter Park between Clay and Formosa 124 Orange Ave In theater and rugs and furnishing and newly finished kitchen and a be"room and enclosed END-Attractive fmnIuS.ii.bedroom 'us. Muai... Partlv fcraHKMrv

Slates C,, K.fAk PIANOKimball studio mahoganyfinish. and spinner for S.ndlr COCKER SPANIEL T 6 business district Low summer daily floors look mighty attractivePrice I sleeping porch with half bath I i prewar tram ..... PMM C C Oartrtt Paulsen
a ._. Uk new 1375 Phone 7783. dUfr. tJ Imelt. weeks old. AKC pedigreed and weekly rates Bright airy rooms. furnished $9600 00 Call O'Harra ; downstairs A fine full basement Immediately avaIlable A aa*) **>ls>eat 3.1707

,tun PLUMBING Ave Phone 4537 stock Phone n.lrd.. Phone Daytona Beach 9158 -Moore. Realtors 2-2380.. 109 E. with laundry and automatic furnace I $3500 Don Dud 17. Realtor 2- _
Att ll, 4lM* Bt *a 1tPToe.. N. Orne 47n. Home 6"48NORTHEAST stx'isvSwrr' sai:iiun flue - owa
Pine PrIce CaU Tyler with ,
$10 600. Nora
I Appliaae bath tabs .1. WATER SYSTEMS-Complete stock DOG FOOD. Kblt and X-eel.; doc OCEAN SERENADE at Coronado .aer waaa aawrk 555. o* d f'm
C>_.. f Or ..a.. 4531.PVJSTTVI pip. Harper Plumbing C. 111 8 for farm or home Farm & Home nmede IPPUU Orlando Beach. lie* modern efficiency COLLEGE PARK-$64 per month Income Harra-Moore. 109 E. Pine. Telephone BeBeve It ar act bua..ier 7 fear |d j **,-*,mttOi

Orlando Ave.. Winter Park Ph Machinery Co. 43O W. Robinson Ave Stor. Dial 2.352. apartments on ocean. Weekly $2750 from garage apartment. 5- 2.2380.HilLCREST l' Lovely bungalow. completery far bath iarai SM rrast iron Oar

4 8-M WINDOWS AND TROPICAL FISH-Largest selection and UP. One-half mile north of Flag- room home with Spanish tile roof. AVE.. 226 Drive by this' nished I room sod sleeMnt mrk.garate M* tliilaaa' loaenei **td a bariai

sat Tie.a. and up and type PR e in Orlando area supplies ler Street oo PtninsnU Avenue tosign. 111.SOO. Income will pay off SSOOO beautIful hone today If yon like Paved street S8MA w tk far Nom te. be.. tw Ito S..

**. ._.Aw.vl awctkAM P JE Lumber B and size stock. IS.75 ordr.. 8lld. Harry Coster.AQ.rum. mortgage The Buyers Broker"Hastings It-call us. we have the key C. REmerick terms Hurry' Noble. smitk. Real o kSH> OM P Semi lawrif C* II
.r C"lY. amy tate 24 8 Ma 051)f4ORTHWEST2bedrooes
***, Pal a a*t-a B' turn c. K Ol" ID Rlr.d St. b 9732. 11 1t Dr. off Lawrence Ave. Winter Park. I Realtor, 62 S E. Central Realtor; 610 N. Orange; IB g Costs's) Th 2.1196
49. Business Rentals Arcadek: 4237. ; dial 7348 tram Me -
55 545 .tm4 w PORTABLX BIG little I :_ 'e.Mclai, far suM'S2Sadroom
.. 10 IC CT-Ter WATER BOTII.ES-Round and fiat RBI. rbbit. and Furnished AIM smell .
COLLEGE FARK Nice 2 bedroom Furnished new cwtta*
4Vfir4 ta list water bottles for refrigerator. mi AND INCOME- b 0. sa''4 *'r**'
*Ism.43>. Tk Hoc*- r* .. Orange I" 8mnl. 1b tJ Knox Stores Co. Talrral on Clarcona IS mile up OFFICE AVAILABLE In new office frame house recently redecon ted. masonry home and garage apartment -: furnished Rental portly covers carryia near .e'h..I sod bus rakr >
a4 up
.. Cruise 2 1 of Leonard Corner a bnlldia second floor. Prominent 75 ft lot. nicely landscaped fruit Owner forced to sell. This is charges Se* RM witS Hea ssMcdJ .e pnMiaa isme
AN 1 FIANOS-Due t strike* and coa- Phone 2-3n. location. Parking la rear Only S45. trees An exceptional buy $8000 with a good buy at S7SOO Exclusive Wilbur I L Pryde. Realtor 6441 X or..*. Ska* .sI S aii rt S OsrckMM

sequent pa.ln.piano pruc WATER WHEELS and irrigation 1P no lease required Carrisaa Bids. 672 terms Chenanlt Jennings. Realtors. Strickland. Broker. 23 W. Church I 2-4596 Os.HI SSMMa?
Uca. w* with plies; pipe pumP engines __Poultry and Supplies N. Orange ph 2-4551 672 N. Oranse- Dial 7234. St. 6675.INDIAN NORTHWEST-Looking far the kMt .
V.SRTV3-c5ItP. 3 ptwa walnkvtM ,' prices aad small allocation Select
*..* aaitav *a, **4 eel aaatr poor plan aw Robauoa Music Pl,& C. 630 W. Church. BABY CHICKS-Tuxedo Store STORE SPACE wanted for gift shop COLONIALTUWN-Why wait longer RIVER CITY and U. S LOne buy of the year? Here K I*! A fur stum araav-***** fns n teem "*i

***. a**,y list semis. sad 104 la. Ill M. 1303PRUNISO C U S. approved Pe Centrally located Phone 2-1397 or for prices that do not drop. This mile north of Cheney Hi.h- nished. bedroom ".*... wUbutlt. M.eats tl I ** fraoa S.o.S-.0
On. WARDROBE TRUNK-Full sue_ Excellent twd write Box 244 S-Star two-bedroom American type cottage Hollow tile construction Lam with a lovely aO-el* trt* lUcfcen' .
.SMUrea artaaer SAWS 906 W. Church 2-21 or way r rar sw M.1M aar* i>*4. N*
.a. kit- ." "Dt" anAaktaa. rDltoa 160 Phone Winter : 736. FIFTY Is ready. sole and span and less sunroom and snndeck each 30 by Only $ cask aad ka.aac ofK4OQ to be ore's to 55 Smi'eeis'etl
.".-"..a all type polo Park :)R BABY CC O. 8 Pullorum test 6TORK 12X20 ft. $33 1240 Orlando than $7.500 Owner wiU carry foodmortgage Nine rooms with two baths .111'1 at $4) month All rkH-. a< M7MM Can foe Sea; slard***
. I . praalai saws. Bumbr Hardware. 102 ed
ltk. or future dclivery. 109 Late privileges too!! Ta see tkss i.I i I
mschinoct. W. ChurchFUMFS WASH BOILERS-Heavy galvanized Iec.t ATe Winter Park. Fla Phone Win i CaU o HarTa Moore. kitchens Two floors Home on waterside .515 Mielie egs5 5 bus, tlna

..i"lf 8t' Oraa with covers Knox Store Orlando Fe Ptr IUPPl ter Park 200. Also warehouse E Pine Street; 22380. Large lot 400 by 100 $12.000. I motions bargain. cU SUmpim. Woe Wssb55t... Phee.<

CaJ I. pai5AAOtL .* o U. far or home. Big Co 2 X Pine 1.6.' X-.I ta 2.324 I CLOSE IN-East aide. 4 bedroom 2 Dr. Copeland Smith. P. O Box L 8'ston Realtor MetcaU BM*. $1MNORTHEAST ,.
Barter ,38.WAT
aod Jlttl used. Se ear If. RED
CHICKS-Poultry tusvtne FaJEFFERSON: .
H glassed In porches kitchen equipment -A ckarsaiairanchtype
I TANKS-Two 30-aHon with me SHOP SPACE-120 W. Pin. -'so.
RAJtOciWTBbW Oark4 tuck. Farm Horn Machinery and supplies Open .
kerosene 115tc eDe fireplace. IVi baths laundry ST. 1515 X. 'Il-I buncatow wits sabMs 55.. teeSe55e Ss.e tee
It* X. Ct. 4 W. heten I
Chick Co. mil
I .. ol ] Rble. Discarded for OTe Wol WILL BUILD tubs 2-car garage Nothing better 2-1710. I have the key and will oak floor pistel-coioretf latertaf 6555 Ps, $t miee eM' so
P1 : betn Htwty 17 92. to suit tenant Ideal
PORCH aE-L scat. 2 rocker . 30S Donnelly nor location for the money See Craig with Hampton glad to show yon this perfectly walls fine woodwork modern .*tfc *s esd Snail I 'it'Mus.25.
*i.-iJu. aM C per set. 115 W. Dora TlDt 8t) for doctor. dentist or Broker 531 N Orange 5013CASSZLBERRT ranged 2-bedroom unfurnished and kitchen two kedrau. Moos I:

aa4 C. 1*tPARROT P. 45. Apartments for Rent_ manufacturers representative office Fireplace and gas floor furnace Exclusive 'I room dinette. cread Uvtaf p* ik. !! .
WEED Aereil"" One space suitable for wholesale orret.U Mg. erpe455 Lwt mar taM
fcMiaJlatua rip ttched with .
trial BUl" .r with Frank Creb 507 Met- garage st.rae. ae* _
.,*!" C. tM W t tilt Also CAGE aeD blr. type Bumby Bad AMERICA ST..120-Beautiful specially business. Apply Paul calf Building Broker co-operation I Real value at IIJ50 00 CaU OUarr I us., 51Gsrdoee

AAVs r &OoS O>CXUl Aata* 102 ".id cr.ate&B1bl 10 West Church Street Jnt. 2 ro.$47 Couple apr P.Ph Sanford 2-1203 between 1217 f N.and Oran 3. $. Ave. appreciated Price 110.800 with terms. Moore. .Realtor .lot X. Pin Street.telephone I his; P1ioio 15 r is's

.t..aa4 d totes PLUMBQiO SUPPLIES New and o 1.HI. Cople. 4-YEAR LEASE Just finished. 2-bedroom concret 22350.NORTHEASTRoomy :-
on store building. Ari ,Vw
na pied tab, links cabinet block home. complete with an electric J
... .. O....Rstlrssd. b.t, b * WXLDXNO SUPPLIES'fI rl. Prd. Moer.b: 214 W. CentraL Roper Realty kitchen; FHA financed 18690 HALEY SCHOOL SECTION Beautiful .ea cwaetrar I: MuSS 055 eW r.rukMrSM Ur*>

co Plumbing fw Appliance til* . $75 Church and Main; 23433. Another-With breezewaY and ,. lakefront Colonial horn 4 bedroom ed bungalow 2 kedraem* add gia**. ?s SiTed ess4 1.5. cbso 1$

iA-L Ua S34 W. Washington c 900 Amp welding outfits. mont 1nU Oct 1st 07..1 Broadway rage ready for O.L $9840 *. 14 bate*. Excellent condition. ed-ln rear porch. Oak tloar *c** a- j jed ',I Sisadne true ro, ne. 'is
.ML A S stock. 59. Wanted to Rent C CM* 55.580 'rur. dM *a* .
Cop.elil IpU. I 4 Another-With 2 bIg screened Large landscaped plot riparian and front porck. Bars aaaA
u .. PCMPS. clMtrle deep and shallow machines AAT r. .te and *>*afs saaaaui M
a* bssma
an. .Ltel .Id porches priced at 19440 iiht This Is outstanding so act and some fruit 1 car srts II.SM
. Easy payments. I and r I R Wlm 8u No IbU rlnhe ap4 AFT. or house: furnished or partial See these new homes on Sunnytown quickly Only $16,500 Some terms. will handle Price partly ransae41. C (l.l.a ItuS., MSI wo' aS.
.- wait p* a* 15 per B 111 J 16. P.732. ly 2 bedrooms I .5 Ate aMWl MSisISS.I ,'
j .11U aU 8a Dr ; : Professional em- Road in Casselberry Hlbbard Cas- See Mark with Lewis Geeslin Realtor. 110000 Hew tfttog Bt. lavevt < .. 554 'sos
tolsie Btaaaard us IMHarOar snaay Sp. Beach. Fla. P 2220. AAnro.1ut. an ploye (Agricultural DeptJ. and wife selberry Winter Park 2-% 143 :. Main. 2-1464. ment Co. 25 W. Waablagtom St. Psetr.at4am.d
*. 102 Winter Oardea R
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r-..i.if.tiI. I DVN 1tlw ._Business! Pro;.rty for Sale I! Mister Breger I Airplane Sales and Service 75. L'srd Cars for Sale_ |:I (9r1anb! Sornttnrl I WHAT IS YOUR CA1 -,

'_ Len $ COLA- Blocks' Duplex. 3.tUI. TWIN ENGINE ratings on Grumman FORD-195 Club Coape with radio I
'n_ Par .. al\ furnished. ne.lj 5. Widgeon; land lea and 1 InstrumentVetrran's sod ictftsorin Very drill Olln'i FRI., AUG. 1. 1917 PAGE 23 Ij

. I Ua* aa4 ***.* 'er . .'" throninout- training. Orlando Aviation. Used Cars. 212 N Orange Ate Phone j WORTH?
.. tit .i5 II.SI.lOftiss. taraie. fruit Nice location. See Country Club. Ph. \1t.Park 11. a-48i. i I ENJOY YOUR vacation across.g j I!
-M4'*, 4 an** t< Is tar a tood -lose-In bur with in I nation in the world's finest i
gj *M ... Hf wk .. Ia .. 31' .. Owner transferred I FORD-.1939 Tudor Very e'.ein. very !I tnt er. Spartan Manor. Save $323 on I
.I* must be 72. Autos-Irucks for Rent Just drtvB H ta **jd UB :
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Pjy . S ml I bwf ltIss. ., $18 ooo. sound. Martin 4 Cted C r 101 H : a demonstrator. Frank Reed Trailer I
If so Sam Johnson
MrfMH > ,., ,sII.tLA. $5..s : Ill S tr Mun. 4C9 |f Sales. 201 N. Orange Blossom: TrolL '' much you waat sr tt Wta ..
: CAR-RENTAL INC.-Hleh grade aI .
n-'. .. Wss _.._. I..i. 35 LIFE IN A Spartan Manor is life in
: I sured cars by week or season FORO-1941 Tudor Burr DeLuxe ONES We I
fl .. VeM.14' "' b.aT..O'WWsok P5154. A Jv 88 I the right manner. New unit as low are . .
c. \ It ea corner responsible people. Call 6159. 36 W. : An exceptionally e! 4a. solid into-I
"... . EM1"k1r as $2562. Frank Reed Trailer Sales. I I business. NUb . ..
suI 'mtt Pak and O.n... Lee D. Livingston Ave. mobile $11 JO. The but buy of the i I e'
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"SlsS 336 Beach. .eu. Uinia'i Vied Cm. 101 N 201 N. Orant Blossom TralL i I pay .
h"n. 218R. : D. VARNER t-DRIE.I-D. It | oil In. 8409 50% LESS WEIGHT. $00 o jet them.
":. yourself; low : j I
I.L.'s' r... I* 4LMS I : With modern aft* r:1\ D. yemen U-Dme-It. 11.. 234 W FORD-1930. An exceptionally clean! strength In s new Spartan Manor. .

___ ***. DILL ... r4*. un SSIS,,.. r"I..n : : arid abowroom. also: employes : Central Ave Phone 2-3153. '36 Ford. Priced to tfU. See 1to 'I Sales.gave now 201 S at Crania Frank Blossom Reed Trailer TralL ANY MAKE -
.**.*** Urg Atll i Now leased $250 monthly appreciate It. Mirtln I UKd C.lI. 101
m. ,. ". ,. AIM., mIt..." : 1 "onP..d a street and HERTZ DR.n-l SYSTEM 5. M.!!: StOP SPARTAN-Alt aluminum U the
Wds t I R. *. A real bargaIn at $25.- Truck for rent j leader. Save ea brand new model. MOD L
p .T .-s *. ,, *=," ess. : terms. G. H. Kittredi by hour day or week. Low rates. 375 FORO-1940. Very dun t&rouf&out. Frank Reed Truer Sales. 201 N. Or
TTaaM* .. J .. 31srIs. ... ". Realtors. Z-3171. I N. Orange phone 2-40S4. Tile best bur in town Frt. and 5.t.enlr. ante Blossom Trail.
.J..It4I' Martini Used Cirs. 101 !! Y A1
__ ",:;., I :n* 4'414.stI4b..sMf1 r.It lI5ITi.5.. Its' JIM model CUMBIE By U-DRt.r '4, Miln: 8409.FORO N. $200 from DOWN Frank win Large a lit u.selection traCer

H IT-17-92 Hwj. \ Cona.tIUY Cll.rates. 9C4 N. 10nth -1948. 2 door tedio. clean. !I, of new and used trailer to choose I
A rFaO f from. Up to 30 months to pay. Why t
.sr 5.4. Ford-1940 3-door ledin. good eondiuon. FCondWMOTORSCharley
.- '. I : I 5.55. house all lane rooms. TJp- $395. 8. C. Uotor 9SO K.Cringe. pay rent* Frank Reed TraCer Sale. '

.- 'a ., .... he. !!! .._'.:fll. staIr has 4 rooms and bath down / OLIN'8 U-DRIVE I INC.-New car 4.J. |I 301 N. Cranes Blossom Trail Keeier Ma
..., lane kitchen dining for rent by week month. I INo > .
54 4s..s. BUY SPARTA.tth
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LAlli 2 242 N.: FORD 1947 Club FullY'eshipped. 1 1
. room. 2 bedrooms and red coupe
4h :
: Sal d". electric refrigerator A-B bottled fa*
# *fI4. $ 5.' j of 31 fet on Hwy. 17-92 Orn.*. Ph. 2-4814. 142 N. \I driven less thin 100 !: stove. Only $2950. Frank Reed TraCar COR. GAKAMD AMDAMIUA
:: ass IsIs I Ph. 2-4347 mild Cm b4 B. S. Ivinj, IS
; % *) Carter. Jb.t kilt 1 about ft. deep. Room for I I teen it Bales. 201 N. Orange Blossom TraIL
SiLls I court and in rear 101 W. Central: 5298.
r- rt A. T, 'a"'r. i ISO t ... I i property 25 tr.l.r. quickly. 73. Auto Service j I SURPLUS TRUCKS-Good mechanical

hi $ "". terms. A. C. lORD 1942 3-door sedan Super condition. 1940 *. ton International DIAL >4H
*tf "h ....*. --W 55 WeiSs.. ; 11.0. N. Orlando 01.. ', DeLuxe Clean and ready to fo. Panel 1940 H ton International
Ii . M..l 45er... LAlli ) underpin Winter ._ :; Chevrolet. lu51Ford. Jim JernKia Vied Cm. 600 West Panel. 1938 Chevrolet DeLuxe SBUILDIcCIfT
l ...tI : Plmoutb. Centril. coup box type. truck body. OrkiaExtemlnattEf
.rttnM I k terms. Brakes
c.ckc I M Cranes
( .n s.dIs 1.i.mJ.I : Co. en
5II .. p4 .. 31d I Strt. fg: A.t i FORD.-1935 Tuior. food tire and Av,. Phone 5566

:. ... rsodI4 ..... Dr : ALIGNMENT Free wpeeUon I motor new paint Job. Price. S395.Clll I
IIM.I BARGAIN 3 42 2't-tOB ArmyGMCI.
. Ac' ,... Ol.l" .. !I! Beach Property ProlPfPal by expert mechan 2-0413 for detilll.FORO i Low mile lie. food tlr..
ill .11. & service at Go-I -1947 club coupe. See 5i&fl3i excellent condition. $1.000 each. C.
"'fh" I.. '.--. 5 . P. > BEACH U Orlando' beach. years Service. 300 N. Orang I:, miles north ot HaitIanS tnderpn !, H. Hart ... Okecchobe 12. r.a.LOANS .

.- >-'"e* .... .- Pulsipher, the only realtor AUTO BRAKE JOBS and wheel ,' '-!. I

_5 i 'a ,". AI? .*,nieI . l'k I J.there has lots and house .lllnent 1lenIce Whel i FORD 1937 station 4ion. Good ANYOtflATTENTIOWI
.. o' ... .... ,.. located and pric Ia- "h. yon wait. A I'I condition. 1395. 1537 W. Smith. !

lIS j ?.. "...... i !; L I relon.b1 Prance 1010 W. Cbarch.JDY I, J'CIllOIlI Grocery. Phone 2-3476. I or

; AND FDE1 repairing and FORD 1939 2-ton convertible.New LOANS LOANS
jUJi -,.5 Isi 1-1 Dri, I THREE bedroom furnished ; ; IISOISkSdSS ".. r.lltn.. .lad7 given. apholitery. toed top.
. ..,- a '- 11"." I house withIn five hundred fet : .. I guaranteed Varner. for quirk tt't. 1023 Grind trtcel1l
.. W.r I ocean. Cocoa Beach; $7500. A "High price of meat or not. I'm sick oniired of 234 W. Central Phone ,
.c. Pitt.
gWts. 'al I A. 235.I ..
getn' i
1948S" 2-door le Perfect -
1 down and balance let than FORD- Bcirow By Phonal
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*M aw . ,. .. . : : I BRAKES REPAIRED-Wa thronjhout. Olin'i. Ioc 142
. .. I. ". .. I I Realtor. Cocoa I pigeon .uppal i
CW ftMMf wN* I your auto needs; also r. N. Gtrlina. 24347. AS60GU _
., sill ,
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frlS et - and Dixie & Service. .
055.1* : 60. Business Opportunities f 63. Mortgage 01 Sale. FORD-31 4-door ledin. exceptional I CALL US-THEN STOP
sue, 3-SIR! ,, Real Estate Wanted I i Lan i I' 5u'b BOn! | conditma thrsuihont.t WykygylI XX THE SAME HOUR TDK 0&
't' II LUBRICATION $1 complete.: Mt't",. 751 V. JUSi 2-2174.
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. -u.. 9ssI4 -About 80 acres woodland Ii I eludes ehecl battery tires radiator THE CASH! $90 to WOO
I. i GROCERY-SUNDRY Just beyond BUY OR BUILD your own home. Why
S ,4 carlGreat !
: : . : 3 with 4-7 acre lake inside Iropet. City limits at very busy corner. rent? the Direct Redue- 1ndo.t .11 sweep CLOiGfQ our
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692 K. Or-
l. \ buildin cash emlckly Sitaatur
than I Yes Get en your -
.' w. Grossing month < lion First \ FORDS-
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S kt* I.OOO Fl1nC Fede.l .
. of Orlando. off ante I *. A-ito or Furniture. CJ today!
. . mie much Winter. Good lease. 1 Loan Asso .
4 ,., i Saln"l t
.s's I. sos r-- I.O :,' . or lens mi'.es nor I r Now here 1s the "Pay Of!." With thsale I East Pine at Court Street Orlando. AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Experienced 1942 Ford 2-door .'dlft. new paint. ,I 19i.

.S '..* la*<.. "I lust' DP.a. Write Box 307 6- 1 of the business goes leas at ; Fla. Weekdays a2 Saturdays 1.1 mechanics; prompt service :, 1939 Ford 2-t1 or ledin. Centr.1nortda
.. 10 I good stock accessories and
low rental home arross I parts Motori. 100 W. Jeffirton St.
very on
C G andbusiness 0VI&aIaCK
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fl.DPeCi the street business II tires. D. Varner. lac.. 234 W. Central Phone 2424.HDSOS6.. GFC LOAN COMPANY
U. f **. 7144 property. W* eF 17500 buY i
sIll ass '. I I Call if you cant to : stock Ilxturr I on both REAL ESTATE LOANS Low cost! ;
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w.-., -. .. s'I.t" _4II... isC15i.." 55.I.a"re4. I Broker lot \ C.nta; 118 Harlow N. Orange.G. Fredrick.Dial 8188.I Real. I and To business buy. build r.fn.nC Te TrstDep.nment homo I 73-1. Auto PartsAccessoriesFRONT ." 1933 tudor led an. 71 East RobInson Phoe 1791 (4

t I I of 14 S3 417 E. Miller Ave. SINKS
S. 5e15s J4M : homes. businesses and I lrl 1tona Banl END REPAIR PARTS now ',
. 1 ., THAT trove Burn wntini. Counn. HOTEL Lout.d d"wfto, east a Orlando foor. I available: for alos any make of : HUDSON-1941 tudor. Good condl-

-.Nrt uivtm v .'* a *. .'. 312 : 11.1 22t7.I I( of Oracle 3-story concrete I auto. C. A. Son 1010 W. 'Ion. good urn. (800. Fa. 2-2177
f .I. .fI ... t,_. ?$.,. I building. 33 r :. all newly decor- WANT TO BORROW $6500 en insproved I Church phone 881L before 5 p m. or 2-1770 after 6pm ATTIC FANS
.. ", lm I| -Homes. Grover. Business { a'ed. nicely 3 ground for 1 property it 6-5. Short or I LINCOLN ZEPHYR-1940 coup Seeat
S : 4 MB'I'My I fw ri-a ', Property. "Stop .you shop next stores and lobby. A real money | long terms P 0 Box 1983. 71. Wanted 830 EUvood Street or can 2-
. .. m.dt, 4W1k *. "'1"0 . Bank" and I with Georga I er. season just enming I en Price only Autos-Trier CM3 QUALITY CARS

.. I 5555 ,. Main| j & Son. R.ltor. 1 East .! $55 ooo. terms. Offered exclunlvely by 164. Wanted Female AUTOS WANTED WATXR JlMtIII isa.
1 2-3176. A. T. Divls. Broker. 33 S. MaIn St. Help -Any make any LINCOLN ZEPHYR-1939 4-door .-
.' .. M* I din A good bay Central Florida
I 1347
CMo aim KILLARNEY FISHING CAMP-Boats I GRADUATE NURSES wanted. With 751 N. Mills. 2-2174 ,. Uotori. 100 W. Jefferson St. PhoneI I.
Rsdlo fcydramatic. Car baa
dfe w t. U ,. 4)B I li4 5.*15 Koi ) WAITED Northern buyer motors cabins etc. Best f .lo"I good standing Writ \ Box 280 AUTOMOBILES WANTED-Will Buy I 2-2424 I only 11 miles. I Ar .
a* *' *<<*. and investois Inquiring daily for on Lake Apopka. P. O. Box 92 Killarney. 3-STr for interview. your car or sell your car Auto j MOTORCYCLE 1940 Indian Sport
<. .; : home and farms. 3Uout Fla.i I at auction .1 1317 CADILLAC "62- Sedan. Hydrarsitic. .
ajici U. Country j HOUSEKEEPER-Settled white lady every Thursday. HollyRobson' Srout. buddy "'" uddie bass. DEALBftYCOfTSINIC5
fP> *M 'Sa'soa IB*. .. ? 318'i W. Colonial. :i LAKE LUCERNE-We cave just rt II j to live In good quiet home Salary Motor Auctions. 2120 5. i, 1375 for quick lalt. Ph. 2-3882 dur1 raSo. wnite-slde w. 5a

.-. -.. . BIAR LIE -List cetved a listing on one of the 1 and board, room with private bat Orange Blossom Trail 1 log d4y. i I practically new.

a .e ... a . ... "'f your property with asiresslv I finest homes on this beautiful) lake I Write Box 305 S-Sle. AUTOS WANTED-Will pa" highest MOTORCYCLE brand new Royal II I 11948 PACKARD Super CHppr. Kaila.
.. 44t Mtai* Inc. Income u better than $5000 per year cash price for your car. Olins Inc. i I
S3- altor. Ch.nall.nUnl. ; I Mutt more entire itock. guaranteed 111* new.
> a' . . 31.5,, Pon. i and the total! price I I. less than $30.- NURSE- rdut. only for night 142 N. G.rlanc4Jn or 242 N. Orange 'Price ilatbrd belowoit to $199. 'I See are Ce
W, I 000 cash handle thu.i duty pn.nen' 24514.CADILLAC 1341 STUDEBAKER Champion Cab
u ..k U 115.00 Terms R. S Evans. 101 W. Central
f 1 .a. .. asis..1 .sr 0* 0017KTHT : WANTEI> W4 bars prospects i i E.lanc 10 .t. This ts one ofI I m small cases select only. nlrln Openings on. Mcdical other- I I 529S I Coupe See aN .C I_ ill.C&1'a I"' .

! 'as' "II.. I' so'taW I... Ask Athvr for 2. 3 and t-bdror I' my very confidential listings and I shift at times Also speclaling. Call i WANTED-1940 to 1947. | MOTORCYCLE '40 HarleyDavidson : t! 1941 PACKARD Clipper 8ea. OvarI -

! .. ..' .- .. *44>$, k. .In good loaton. am in a position to guarantee that Mr. Orlando. 4305 Holiday Must be clean car Slivers Pontlae. : plenty of chrome. $550. Call I driv and Radio.
absolutely cannot
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... .. lchollon Rcatrr. ; 1 S'til' 62 W. Colonal.DnYe.; 2-3034. See at 3rd home south of r '
sosSI rtttt
LAKE af I a* to Irl... loc.ton ncole. I. Houl. I I Cannon Mills Airport. 11941 CADILLAC "tt" Sedan.
i I condition and your own
PAYROLL CLERK-Excellent workiig -
: ." .'.1" .ImLas.s sad 4 sake let me show this to you before conditions, 40-hr week. FILLEY MOTORS INC. will buy. sea OLDSM08ILE11140 -91" 4-' 1941 PACKARD "110 8edaa. Nice. r
'.- '... I. M.w,4 WANTZD-Ivanhoe Section.Roeemere you make a mistake In somethingelse. Apply Personnel 5da.. 8 Sprayer I er trade your car for the high sedan New paint new tires. Central a

.44. . 'fI'. ..1_ $54 Ill MIS 000 : :: I I or East side Dsp.ratel I COlta' Wm 1.11.., with J. Co 1312 W WaohinetonSECRETARYWith eec dollar. See os at SCO W. Central or I Florida Motors. 100 W. Jefferson 1941 BUICK Sedsnetu. Perfect.
ultra T. K. Phone 5416. St. Phone 22424.OLDSMOBR.I -
SI 4 a M4M MilKM.M ( write or wire HuUn. Det.1 Kole. 206 S. Ph 7811or knowUedge 1941 CHEVROLET Cub Cous Vry
nil Owner (. I 62 E. Central (Arcade); 2-4388. thorough SELL OR TRADE u* you car. or- I 1937. 4-door ledin.Good clean.
waiter : ef bookkeeping and stenography. -
H. Roc 530 CIt
Buick Co. Dean
Iso.dt "A" ante tires and body. First $450
uth.r resident. Excellent
BLOSSOM TRAIL Prefer permanent
||T" .so ".., Idle If i I I WANTED-We hive prospet site suitable for buimess. cabins Nic Reply with full 111'P.m.Orange call 4646.Ave. Phone 510 Blur 6 takes it. Owner Phone 379l2.OLDSMOBILE 1937 FORD Sedan.Thele .

', 4.. ..>r. I I sIs 0.- ORAOC : for modern 5 and or tr.Ue park. Call Mr. Ferreola, details. oPErunt: SSta.SAS I 1947 "78- Hydra- ELGIN "Ir-a . oh.Pt.
A.. ... '" f I py.:,. '! your house i* for sale nh Allen 2-eU A L. Ghlo Real Estate. I DON'T BILL lor less than wt will math ledanette. Radio. heater -
: It".1t I' t"nil aft.. II CLERK-Must be experienced I pay. Get all you can for your old ear sold with a 30-cZay raaraate bowl ?
f.iii SSIUisS. Realtor. 14.0 N. I department store. very low ml".,. Can be seen at R.S siaM .
la Homes. PACKAGE STORE-Bar. flteunt. e.le car while the getting U still good. I Enr.t. N. 4771 !
"aD 490 Oraete
: W cash for wed can
Nraia cl.l1n la Ladles-Ready-To-Wear and pay
004 kitchen linn apartment : rl.tld Shop around then sell it here as ao steel .
; bs.. I uso t4 ... .' I eQuIpped and furnished. Lsrse 1:1- ; tteas. Inquire Leeiburg Baum SteI i many others have done. Central Flor- PACKARD-1937 coach. Pmat $300.

I .4 ..'set. : ..s, us.sor '' n & I In* 400 ft. frontage on main high- I Co. Leesburg. Fla. j lid. Motors. L. P. Hagan. Ph. 3-2424. I Telephone 9433 or 595 W. Church
sas .... r4ft. I
We bate
{GS WANTED awaiting business.way. Must be J. C. McKELLAR. INC.
ir s-Tosperoua i
4d.I .r. .... ." sass TOO u list for deinbe proper- short distance from city : Del.nce. Harris 1 i{ PONTIAC 1937 convertible stiic. 'tft NSS.N I F-F.t
n. Orl.ndl DONT
a- _" '44lw 5S flS 'JDernr.
< : I Ross Kay Adersn Brokr.t Price $19.500. Including $2.000 iallouor ... New top. new paint job. top lhape.
4B tar 1 have will !
ksI I ,.to '.'11 ....f T" I: Rntannt. Orn. you a good clean car. we '
. 1.. ...., 61 .. [ 4? I ) N. Onni. 662.f stock. Attractive terms to responsible I MORRISON'S CAFETERIA-Want* PIT top spot cash. R. B. Evans phone Private owner. Learlni town-PhoniI :r. Orarit Ave. Pa. 1147 NOW $ ..
f'__' af .,.., ". :t i buyer Call Ben P -Field attractive ycnin ladles for cafeteria I 4771 er o29. I I 9321.i I II .
IB. ttraiB. $ with H P. Boland. Realtor. Carrigaa school i PLYMOUTH 1939 Re- I
P-.d training. High education Very oM.
ti :. 4'.s el 0 PP :: *. 4 A I f W A'Boles iroves. j, Bid* 672 N Orante 2-4551 rCulec. Paid ncatoD. hospitaliza-'. BADLY IN NEED of 1946 and 1947 I Tiered price I.1roIJi to $795.
... C* .. Apply i Week-end Used Cars.:
J .r Mil rental Let sel your RESTAURANT wonderful buslnrs i \nunnre automobiles and elder cars Harley
flIM R4wP P1t.' ., Ilirike. .I I rt,. Hal Bros.. A.rIJ. 11 N. I opportunity Located in th hrrt I Mr. Crowley. Wadsworth. 615 N. Oranse Ave.. |I 101 N Main: 6409.j .

so .a' Ata e". so ,,rs **4rh. 11.1 189. _ _ I Ilf tha busmen district Grosses $70.- j Phone 8597 j PLYMOUTH 1934 conj. Excellent PALLEY M1NOW'. _____ .
'_ .. -'. ... '1. slid .tnra.. :' wait, OOO.OO Purchase price of 20000.00 i: 65. Help Wanted-Male GET TOP CASH PRICE for your ear condition. Phone 808*.

.. 1. S .... .. siLk ".r..* ', .'E. WA-Cent.. 33 will be earned in first year Long i regardless of make or model. Used PLYMOUTH-1932 eoupe First $12S ,

tr ... J'. CiulI.1 ,. trwMf. *! fmit. 11.St. Pbo.SInton e Reator. &1 'leae. Exclusive with Clyde McKenxle. I BODY MAN-First clsss. Must be ex- Car Exchange. 219 W. WashingtonSt. takes It. Dial 2-0267 for information VACATION TIME N"I

iwn .* I I I i Brnk.r. .104 W Central 2.4T5 I perienced. Apply Orange BlossomI Phone 2-2882. !
OWf hIfs ii.1faps4.s ..H thIs t WANTED-w* have the RESTAURANT-Close I $3.000 cash I Trail Body Wor.s.CARPESTR D VARNER I>C. wants to buy your .

..i. Issk'. a. 3 ACVn I buyers i! you hive the property. I m-Jl handle it Don't mUj this opportunity I A-l Apply i auto or truck andlU pay top

wIs-u. S 'SI .... J a.a.ow 44 214 ft. I: A. T. Cane. 9316; Jameraoa A I Mr. Potter with Herman of t\uher. 17-92 Prices Immediately. D. Varner Inc.. i PLYMOUTH c

t .1 1'1N."it.tN .... *it $t I I ; Central. Goodwin. Inc Broker. 677 N. Orangi hlrh"l m1el Next to Prairie Lake Apt Studebaker Sales and Service. 234 i Listed are only a few of our r- 191

. I I .,>?. Ml I 34H5.&g.< HOME WANTED or tourist I Ave 93.15 or 6 60. WANTED-Only those who W Central Ave. Phone 23153. I 1941 Special Deluxe 4-door ledin.I conditioned aid depeadab need

M- . Iw .... $' |I i court. Reasonable price. Contat DRIVER familiar with Orlando i SPOT CASH PAID for your used I one owner. 1940 Plymouth 2doorj cars. I'IC
.... I. a.d.ssfaisM ,..., .f iNHOKi ,I Malterer. 512 Malloy I SHOE REPAIR SHOP-Pi 2.10. streets will qualify. Apply: to See J. C. McKellar. Your kcdDuu. j sedan new tires. 1933 Plymouth 4-

t .. e' asI .su.k .It. Is mfi ',i Mr. Howell. City Cab Co. ; ." 312 N. orange Ave. Phone door sedan one owner new tires.
,. . .' .rq I. Pits.Broker i: SIDE -2 Gd lelahbrbo. I SERVICE STATION for rent; good I i 5147. I Central Florida Motors. 100 W. Jfer */.
*:. 'A'. P1s._ BlAUtini. I ready buyer. bcdrom hoe.I equipment good 18U"1 Onll GET CASH IN 5 MINUTES Any ia St. Phone 22424. 1941 CHRYSLER club coupe
I .
w n ..-" ''I 4ff 4 kisS !I Real Estate, 29 S. Cou I State Oil Co. CaU 518 or f991. I ENGINEER-Heating and air cendl-I mail ST modi Starling-Alexander sm:1:
::. U .' tI5 klShSS, I Lsee.ius. N. dial 2-4481. I SAVINGS PLAN POLICY-With investment I j Honing. Must becapable of design- Motor 501 N. Orange Av*. rhsn I
4...4. "1 '' IBM *Bd sisle I i Syndicate *"r Interest ; ing. estimating selling and superil1 7878. FV MOUTH 1941. Special deluxe 1M2 PLYMOUTH 4 doer sodas 43' ,
b us... Pi.. ..'.I Ilk mHk.. I and I payable on .f' ntM 1 ; all Installation References and BUSINESS i* GOOD Cars r are i I 3-door New motor. tires radio. PAN .
l **4 . '. *".r..e. I. nEIT ATTENTION:with sell. Write Box 301 j' proof of ability required. State "u.llfIC.tlol { higher than ever before. Cashimmediately. Car perfect repossessed. 1903 K. Jeffertx'n ; 1941 CHEVROLET Iowa sedaa
..,. '. ," slid 'C&-"R I r.ul ln property i first Writ Box 305 I ,
i any make at Martin'sUsed _
.. 2 Realtor. 21 W.ashiniton. TOURIST COURT-9 Restaurant I.te.
l'rilsisis.rt'i . I unts S-Sar. c,,. 101 N. Main. 8409 PLYMOUTH 1946 club Radio.
*t-k Phone 8106. and 5-room 500 ft. I eoupe. 1941 MERCURY 4 door sodaS
ltMtaua.. I
"Ia. .
:; .-,!_ .." f 5.5 frontage on Indian River and U. S. 1. I ON-THE-SPOT CASH PAID for good heater chrome wheeLs and low "
mileate. $1.835 will trade. Will
cash balanceI or ,
Price :
I clean used cars Jim Carnbi Cars.I ,
I ACt* S23.5O 10.0 1941 NASH 4 door Mda
THE TIME-r-Wanted Quick. demonstrate upon rtqaeit. Phones
I I SV50 Potter with FURNITURE R I 904 North Avenne. Phone
IM. t.h r..nt, I.pdyEU S.'k. I It. : Orange NOW SUMS
.TI Homes duplexes. Get U on the list ; Herman Goodwin Inc Broker: 677 net maker Give i 2-4521 1964-J -937-M nford. Fls> rf
B ,
tt Claybaugh. Realtor. 5613. Samei N Orn"r. 985.5I I wanted in first I.Ur. PONTIAC-1946 4-door sedan. ExceUent 1341 FORD 4 door led.t19f1
or 0'1. Iasis M.. '" K. Orla ring Since '23. FRANK REED really know how La
i IF YOU are looking for a good buil- I! GROCERY MAN Experienced. Prefer I condition. Pontiac 1941
t. 44 *49I "114. SIlOS II I get the high dollar for sour car
U si. r.44 r* APPRAISALS your home. \:; ness lee Craig with I mlddlrased ; Call at Fester I or equity Cash In five minute Why I I! Club Coupe. $395. J. 8. C Motors. FORD cocvrrtiblt coupe

r6D.s .. M ,4r "Pill hOWl Wi will giv you an estimate free I 1 H nbeB'r.t we hav gas s'a- 1 Food Store. 8. Oan.Blossom give 'em away} Give us a chance. I 850 S. Orante. 4844.

4. W J ftwtlM 'I\er. r .t AI I 'charge on th. current lake, Uon. garages had.a. stores hoi I..Trail. _ _ __ __ 201 N. Orange Blossom Trail. 7883. i PLYMOUTH 140 3-door sedan. 1941 HUDSON club coup is* s .c. Arne NIIIII"Nt
and Central
ts.ei.s Pa I* 11 acrt of your property. No abU.a'i i .chld'i dotlin. store many [ YOUNG for executive POaton Priced to Florida
ritr 4 lipS J Phone '81. Wm. Mathew ':' . Ornae. 5013. I who J'h.nd. sales of 75. Used Cars for Sale i i Mctori. Jefferson and Garland dial
k4rtB ylane I J. Daniel Broker. HERE IS A BUSY PRODUCE Market. I house and Preferably! withknowledge !' 22424.STCDEBAKER 1933 FORD 2 door audio
It clne"
Gr fur "a1.OSlTS I
*r* .M .. C. B. Davis. Realtor for I
... ) good luN. Speak to I MAN Lecil resident with One red sedanette and en* equipped Very. c from 1338 PLYMOUTH 2 door sedan
M t <*, :B Lk easel .1 2 groves home and ,. I :Per Ji
IIIs ..vas . A 5.Mp.f t. O *! service ask. for buC.. Wlw-i I Spiegel- Whitney Realty C*.. o.fe printing experience. AH de- green 4-dnor sedan. Take your pick.Olin's . $800 to $775. 2-day Martin'st'ifd NOW $1.9142'8.C.A7M
Bide. Cars. 101 N
r.. I Realtor 704 Metcalf 2-3219. Full Informitlon-expert- Used Cars. 242 N. Orangi. 34814. Main: 5405.
is* 0i 'a" acwe td Mr* .n. !( 104 K Jefferson: 3-1649. i petmrnt. 1937 CHEVROLET low icdaa
PARTNER WANTED-With ability 'I ence. Box 278 i I I I TERRAPLANE 1934 Sedan. Looks
a ..: .. ' IT MV NIl pf .Bf .. .'. | and $10.000, for old establishedmanufacturinc YOUNG MAN-18 to 25 with high I II II BUICK 1941 special 4-door .... I cure new tires good condition for
aerlr properties and business epportun- and wholesale business. Quick sale. 11 U. Ph. :-85S. 1930 FORD "A" coup
excellent condition
Fully equipped; :
- 4'S 4 .".I Mi**! Wit* Oesev j I education who
I Strickland. Broker. 23 ;I dtln0
,&. < . "T; H neaaa* T )4 Iirlitsi .*Church St Ph. 6675. State experience P O. Box 1983.I abol.!dln. supply bline. Mlsti new paint. $1095. This is just one of I

. 's * f N4. .n a- 110. I, OR MORE Iota I on la'Ilr Killar-letI I owner a small gas station on 1.ln :1 Reply giving qualifications trn telI .1 corner ef Garland and Amelia. Dial These are in food condition and
Give I 2-0529.
ney. highway Price must I phone number Box 293 j
: .ea
ask .r Box b I will five dependKt and ecoaaaiicl -
lowest cash price, : .
| |M 444 M4* _.MOAii Wlt terms acceptable. me MAN between ages 25 and I II Ii j BUICK 1943 Special Bedanett 76. Trtllers-Trucks for Sale zervice.
Pbs oimrtMl 8-gtar.- details for consideration. Charles R.Bowen. i REIABLE to travel Sales and serv- j Clean a* a pin priced to seiL Jim *tft twM M .
a. CAVE Bring or 541 Plumps Dr Sanford. .llnc Jernlgaa Used Can. 600 WestCentral.
f k4IM ,.-* M 4.f. UM 4. BUYEie. j 1! :1 ice .lprrsnl.tve for dairy equipmen ) AMERICAN-23 It Butane KM store
" 5Sl $3 5... .. 555115 115.5. I.r."".!. phone ro.r Utlnu. Church once. M WHIT STRAIN RATS and .Q P S"Plle Must be mechanlcaUy I beater sleeps 4. electric brakes.watts NOW $1 I91
Is demand 2-6941 for lai
sv.A .. ,,,. Ralwr. at There a great 1.lned i BtICKIU6 Roadmaster Convert- room. Dollie. 3 clothes closets.
as larotB ; ne 4767. these In laboratory research P. O. J lb>. WhIt. sldewalls. radIo. heater
. a. u'. 555.55 Iff .. ".- I I.nlr. excellent condition. 717 w. concord.
so w..s. as... sos us ..fe thu IB 1 -We are getting calls daily i I Box 2214.A electric window lifts and seat adjustment I CHEVROLET-1' ton track L.WB. D. VARNER, INC. : .

=.4f |V.3* It MH4TVM4 I 4'i r. ._. -. ; small business opportunities. If f BUSINESS OP YOUR OWN for 66. Sales Help Wanted I, low mileage and Good mechanical condition. Price
. I ILM.'VM, 11 W, W444UM* OMdwl. Inc. 1 ort one to sen see Craig with 1 15. 1938 Cnrol.I ice cr.m.o other feitures. See at 8. $300. Fulton's Nursery Jamalo. 234 W. Central Av -
531 N. need 101 W. Central 5296 lIIall7l
Brokr. Oun. 11. and I :
'J U til drnl trel. REA EtAT IAM-We stake 3t- AtTIC JI\WIC
out CHEVROLET-1940 One ton
I and tires A-I. See at StiCK 1940 convertible
liiitll ,.. UT"GSe' iunsd Iluman Phone HID
: 4MT.t T.k
truck MectanlaHy ok. 700x20tires.
I i Confidential
I W. and Mon. our j ji .
Harlow New top Good condition.
h 4.. f.. 5,5.. .1 BtI! UI I ,. ." frdc"BUU. I I 3 lun. i interviews between 10"Jn. and 3 pm.I I II 920 S. Huhrr.CHE1jROLET1936. New paint. Priced at $695.
.. .... I 18
' as 5155.p irr I I today. L. Pryde Realtor 663 littler Chevrolet Ca. 115 W. Central. .
" . ... .' --., Pars srwiad. floor I, n HAVE BUYERS waitinc for .Q 61. Bank LanS..niH N. Rob't 2-4599. tudor. Good engine CHEVROLET IM1 Tractor. Beat t'
types ef desirable property. For o.nn dIa I and rubber. Ph. 2-4241. 1216 rdaty.
ftaJV.I14MM. me $" ( Real- BANK SHOE 5LSiA'WANTID-Large 2 speed axle. 82S ttrei.
P.r I j results call H. T Boland. P NAnOSA Lancaster Drive.CHEVROLET NOW .
terms I Cams in Bldg.. 673 N. i that Is as regional wholesaler has opening ia I vacuum power brake control anxilt-
1 ,
! .3 P1u
1940 Tudor. Very .
3.stsr. -
I tanks Completely
fuel reconditioned
mail art
I t ; 5S I to you as your nearest Florida territory for shoe
i. n As : I; I,II cote. Save tiresome trips! Bankby.Mail i I Desires man with retail or wholesalei clean Must .sell or will trade. 1903 Only $895 Holler CheyrolitCo. S
r 0,5.' BtrIXC9 I( HAVE BUYERS wanting IrOyr. i shoa experience under 45 years etage. East eff'rsln.CADn.I.AC'U 115 W. Central Art

;1' P1 -. ri Msflk st.r,. brVk i j' bU.lnr. property and I territory. lines offered 1 CHEVROLET DUMP TRUCKS-Four. R. S. EVANS ;
with T. A. Al- Jst.bla.1
sale list I "
l tt. r4 T4M f4M4 f4MEM rw tower liberal cemmls- 81 4-door sedaa. 1940. Bamby & SUmcson Inc.
iI M '* it .555. 4M ii. wt. l, ._". Realtor. 37 W. Washn.ton. j .t First National Bank cost Compare yon I sions excellent opportunity for eirn1 j jI White wan tires hydramatie. radio Phone7649.. ALL OTIS MOIC
<' < < IM fe*44 *tr 4MM 1 business service neater. 4C70 actual miles. Will sell
4 I ere. ings. la reply give
0. these costs. When the loan for DOZEN
: WLET-Ig39 1 Lx ton claSs and DAILY
trY..'_ 4M 4>rt S Make Out-of-State Property t 8 I school records and references. Per- trade er finance. Wykygyl Motors.
; p W 44jM< ..55 44 -41 4tr. 11 "" "N. $$ get get $ 93Pam.n" ,i sonnel Director. P. O. Box 1174.j 751 N. MUla. 22174.CHEVROLET dump body. L. Hyatt aonihuwGardens SIZE PEf WAL TT9MFAH
I you ,
_ .11 book-1 15. 1 5 off
HP II M44 If M sad M
44 t passe $ $ you get 186-.Piymenti j Richmond. Va. '
M4 II .-. J.. 4M CU.asa.5..5. and worker 1 Army typa.
I h'Pt I 300, get : 1939 2-door lid.. A
you WAD to succeed R. Sim- -
279Pum.nt 0 :
.LPrA.rass.A.. risponsibility. M.I da.
: of uumin Motor $400. Brut Forming Co Winter 13 outstanding bun listed
Central Florida
$ get ;, for Rtwleigh business in nice car.
'I CW..IRCAL . \ references. Box mel Garden. Phone 101
I 29. $ you get 465-P yment* t 67 '! Northeast Polk 1500 families. 100 W. Jefferson St. Phone 2-2424. 400 N. ORANGE
! 5.s A', _, $1000. yon set 34Above i i Products sold Count. Permanent DODGE-1935 pick up. Good condi
'. . s .. T.I sIlL .. rs. Business Opportunities | monthly 93oPnment! ', are a hustler.7fal.For CHEVROLET Clean. New -tires tudor paint me- tion. Can be seen after 6 ElIII. at DIAL 4H1 35% DISCOUNT H
: [....- .r ... a 51i asfllii5tI Paymentg for 15 months are .m.le. I JOI Raw'.elga'i. rhanlcaUT good. See at 127 Grace 2500 Dg Panw St. Ph. 28474.
i .. I.. 0'_ sM Figures include life insurance Dp
E rer 1038. Memphis. lee Homer I DODGE Panel truck. fIcencncondltion.
T.ln 01
.'q .a ..WIt whwh OPPORTUNITIES line j loan in case of death First 1 207 E. Orlando. St.CHRYSLER. 1526 E. Concord Avenue
. ".. '," 8 1kI. sat and t. 1920. Phone 2-1008. Room 5. 45 W. I I National Bank at Orlando T floor. i McC.u L'intal. 1936 4-door sedan. Good or ttltphoii4 3-1073. PLYMOUTH-1941 Special B4V
:: : .e.kisV.s., . Idea) tor.** Prescott V. Steel r. I tires. A-l motor. All metal body. lure 4 door vedaa. Aboat!
M I I I $395 for quick sal*. Owner going FORD-1939 ,.ton panel. As is. perfect IUSJ
ask e
I ; Employment Agencies $325. Holier Chevrolet US W. Ctn- WATER HEATEH.M
North. 3000
ronditton and I AND PACKAGE STORE- H 62. Loans Up to $300 _ _ _
.' i6r.us_ for fl..___ $1'1. I t block off Or.n.At?. For sate by BROWN'S EMPLOYMENT CADILLAC-mi 4-door sedn. "60 tral! MZRCURY-1941 2 door edaa. ;
&'l ." "" E.r7. II. plus Inventory. I II I II AUTO. Furniture Diamond loan* and Nurses Registry. AGEC SpecIal "* On owner car. perfect. FORD-1943 1 ii ton stake body Radio. Exceptionally clean t 30 GAL. ROOHO
I* ata M itarwn n Bet** ... C' B. bI than $50.000 perI Economy Finance Company. J. F. work come to 515 w. I 701 you Central Florida Motors. 100 W. Jefferson truck. Good tire*. cab and ready' throughout11.343 i

iss :.. .l-=. Pvte I I Fr funbe information call Burger. Manager. 1006 M.tcal Build.InC. want help can 6326. C.nta I St. Phone 2-2424. to co. Olin'a Used Cars. 143 M. Gar- I WATER HBA1veec
.. eoau. i land. 2-4347. !
5 OCtBT i ___ Phone 2-0339. CHE1ROLET11M'7 Convertible. 2. FORD 1942 2 door acdaa.
3sf11, a c*e; M I. W-aa- to fceart ed LOUNGE .-WU located j' j,69. Work Wanted-Female_ j weeks old. fully equipped- Also FORD-1931'u ton \-. DTO4 U I Equipped with all '46 model accessories. -1 i

= SILk baskets t -and doing excellent business. CASH RIGHT OW-To finance or 1939 Chevrolet 4-door sedan l real !! and youll bay It. OUn'a Used Cars. very clean _-..$1345 HtJt
if tlif ,*b\Y roo.s .. ts i new al.ttretn. ] refinance autos-or cash for any COOK OR MAID for private home. clean car. Jim Jercigaa Can.' 142 N. Girlind. 2-4347. :

I sias ,t. An. M wan*) $ : rent. This '; .. buses or personal need. Acceptance i references. Lassie N..tO;, 600 West Central. CMC-1942. 134-in. wheel base Cat :! NASH-1939 coupe.
p. ,. II" P\.". T'- .. : RealEstate.. 3 E. Church. Home office at 480 I 11 G. Jackson_ i i BUICKS-A* well a* other make I body. Mechanically 0 K. Only $395. !! ally nice. A on* Excepboft-I| NOW 181..91
I.. ,...ft,,' Own I eIIO B4T -Qpen Sund4y. N. Oranga In Orlando. Phone T136. 1 I DRESSMAKING type of womeo Nice election- Orange Buick Co.. Holler Chevrolet. 115 W. CentraL
.' ftsl' P1 tate'i I Offices at Cocoa. Winter Haven and H. Dean Ross. 530 N. Orange Av*. I
;= "P : ,. ; MrJ 'k STORK j; s and th1dln'a .1. .p I, CMC 1942. Heavy duty. 134-in. HUDSON-1939 Coupe. A very
. 4 MISs1 in. or bn' la good lo.tlo Please St. Cloud. Sal, service! 1 pirel. Men' a. Ph 3..06 Phone S410; after O p m. .li 446- I vneel tI.le. 2-.PftI1 .1L1e. flab 1 smooth ncminx car lor........ |44jI
'1 S ss-iStus. .. which in | 1
; .rl. 827 18th St.__ CHEVROLET-ISlfl FleeUine Aero se Reconditioned and repainted. Our
.. ". ...1 te ; I .' confidence. P. O. Box 4S2. ,. Used price. $333. Holler Chevrolet. 115 W. .
W I CASH I.OARS-QuickIJ made on fur- GIRL desires part tune work. Typia dan. Fully ea1 iJped. GUns I I I 4 55.j330 4 door tedas.
>.: > : I, Pta._ j niture. autos and diamonds Or i and shorthind. Call 5040. C.rs242 N. OriBge; phone 34814. Central. 1 A clean car. Perfect nectaa- 8 GAL. ll1ICSC
___ Arrrat I h"Laoir $ KWT 441 CLEANING PLANT-In fall OSeratioo i lando's own Home Finance Co.. 314 CHEVROLET 1935 Tudor. Radio. I HOUSE TRAILER 1M6. electric t-J'L\
desire HBANOW .
tovrtet v* for ,. Box 152 i i Bd; ,. Dial MIA ,
,. aure as. U ._ .1 5ta. M.t..i 230.MOSn a doctor's office. Expert-i tester and spotlight. $209 caih.Ph brakes 25beautiful Interior full
IL lOS S lOSS. IS C's-. ft .J CLEANING AGENCY-AIM dora I Ipressing. FOR SICKNESS-Get cash coned in hospitals. Permanent civil 2-73S3. 1813 E. Colonial Dr. size bed. fas. Weich. Palm Trailer I' 101 W. CENTRAL

.n */"4*. 4U Sculls.. pleted asS 1 Ia splendid location.good i i to pay the doctor or hospital. Florida service rating, references. Box 389 CADILLAC-1940. Cleanest la towa.Be Park. DIAL S2 4 I 4I

A .- > -* UM VIM .KB un.. .,.. UZ5 easily licenced.Speak '' CeIt! 21 w. Pine. lit stairwayeast Sta. It to appreciate. Private party. HOUSE TRAILER 6x10. Sleep 2. 'era
< ana" Incn. tjtsteM forre $ Whitney Spies*! Realty Theatre I Sunday or weekdays after 5. 2422 Butane system. Good tlrea. Good I w FORD-1941 Special DJuz 2
P :. win Realtors. 706 Uetcall Bldg QUICK CASH LOANS Furniture rendition $445. Winter Park. 6l.STRZAMLZTR .
Or**** es tttAOft j2n. I : 70. Work Wanted-Male Formosa. ,i door $ daa. Radio very $91
P. .B.m. _'__ j note and auto loans. 2-hour
,. .. lak* C I II "na. CHJVROlZT-1S1JSI coupe. New paint HOUSE TB41LE&Reasonable I cieaa 11.095
.44 *n*- aen .. J-JJM. Boat motors cabin Family Loan Co.. 501 -
5W .15.? ** r.nda CARPENTER WORK and an kinds ef job. new tires. Extra dean. 641 ; condltloa.
Pr.,, M.ciss4 1sM. t..CBOUtl term* .114 j I Good proposition for the rihl Bldg.. R. W. CaDis manager. building and building rul. Call Lextngten St. 6012. 863 N Oranie 3-2489 from I to 6. j' STCDEBAKER-1333 Comstaa-

|I ,. Midway Fish Camp. Lake Phone166. Peters at 9388. _ _ _ SFAKTAN Choic ot who '
= *'- I CHEVROLET-1941 Suburban. Real '- everyone der club coup. Beat buy tn

.AfiM OVXMBM. ,'Trhrev. .11"1' 63. CONTRACTOR-Wants I kind G' clean. Olln's Used Cars. 143 N.Gar.snd. | wants the best. Save BOW at Frank r'I townior I-MM
.* . , A. tn E. J511t5. AND MEAT J-I Lan np.t work ea ; 3-4347. f Reed Trailer Salts. 301 X Oratii
: 315sse* ; Doing a B. Ranter. Box 51. I Blossom Trail.1ARIANYour. COME EMLY'GOOD
5P-.* '' WMs >i asFpsae. 12.0 a futures. and Wrte. ZeU.o CHXVROLrI'S19t' 4-door sedans CHRYSLER* 4 doer leda
i.*; Ie. ATTENTION. lTMWI t* E5 I (2>. Fully equipped priced to aelL homo when and New Jinish. a special at J4SJ
Af*M -! .e ... ft hi. Price $ $ C.nuI* $ ., .
.. 1M '... NV9 .. erw. *- Realtors. 672 brow lant EX-NAVAL LSA' 28 years I Can be seen at R. S. Evans. 400 N. f where yon want it. Buy BOW at .
es-s .. wii s-s suss- reBti $ $ .nlln. ni sible men. .tee respn old. 3.0 11. time commercial Orange: 4771.C3OZVBOLET1938. Frank Reed Trailer S.. 201 N. PLYMOt.1H-IW 4 doer . POT A
n.1.I b.le. ; all Orange Blossom Tr.n.SPARTA.DIf1AeuecS
*, V **44 SUM O.. ea'4T. Doing terest Call 2-6233 for d.t.1 1- types of Eo 1Dtrctor' nUl.. ; 2 door sedan A good runniaj. mc. looktrj
R. 3Sill.jiiiWAY. I MR cgraplmy nplnc. .i Rough. 1395. Chevrolet-1939 business I like aa Airliner car for -HU
$1000 per rent. LOAN OP 85000 wanted im sires Job. Eligible job I Itrainm '
OD an
lor a lifetime et service. Save
".. $595. J. SC Motor
.ia Roper Church : Do with '
Parable anything
pulIf .. si ussI f \rm.. R& Pr prpn7. 10n t.u.hmODn Print. en brand MW modcla. Prank Reed -1941 130" 4 door
5.5 I e live '
>.4.f .Isak 1OSs.Sis ) 2-3t3. Intrn' 2-781. I \ 287 on Jard W\ j' DESOTO-ItCllltollt Club coupe I Trailer Sales. 201 K. Orange Bioasoa edaa. Radio A very clean

"> N BU>. ,lit li4 -Weldinc. general nPl o 5tl. fluid drive air conditioned. $2150. I > Tr.1l.SPARTA.Of ear _-'L.W
shop and gas ItaUon 3 on *Q type of long PURCHASING AGENT- Experience '
$a$ ft. MANOR-So easy to tow
LAS Eropr
vat Ave.
I 435 E. Miner
? .... Mval hixhway. I. cl Term 0n terms; low 1.dJ|I wiht Ohio steel firm. Desires loci- you'll never know. It's the new FORD-1940 dub Coup ZZCt-
L. I. ,
__ ., fw Ps 4674. DODGE 1939 4-door tedan. 179 j jthag
Harlow around Orlando. Box 302 I -
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.wnr ; Imct Pk II ton 1 o I Spartan. Save $767 on new model. lest condition taroufaoirt.._>.*93
Your choice of two. both with D.Wp.lII
[ STORE-Well established *. Phone 8ta. Frank Reed Trailer Salts. 201 K. Or-
a.o.c 111.
Ra ."It. .'. 315- a.dl. f' business Ia good location. Groceries IX' I 1st with mod I, \ and la good condition. J. 8. C- anse Blossom TrailTRAILER .a 1 r
MsiS. I._ I P"I. .lt. cl.
( W A.
t. i Motor 550 N. Onese, 4644
bet hard
-. is3s5'aL SL4CNtkt bHAMOt 1 ? wine dry good '. .a.n.I' references New and used American.New iu N. Mtps.S
ate .- .n. Price $13.500. Ask for ClBS.1rr1.i.13.ondtct. INTEREST RT AS LOW AS 4* desires contract .orl. I guarantee FORD-Model T. good condition. H Premier. $1495. Accaasoriea. 200 OTHER CARS
u.r** IsIS 5154If I Realtor. 37 E. ia Orlando my Bowen. I mile So. of Cheney ea Cannon Mills Coleman and -..,
"orl stora parts.
. Ipi .. HB Mt t, 'oss o prprr 541 Carl .R Road. J. W. Strane. TO SELECT FROM -
a .. -j nr pIS SI S ,, )'. $3" 13. Winter Pak brokerage. D. DoUies. awninis. bottle las equipment
4. 144< IL .. VMM* V. Ps- !. liBaXM let $ DOG AND HAWBtGE trailer I Belies Company. 2 W. VETERAN desires ea-tne-job training FORD.-1341 station wagon. $347. etc. Ankney Trailer Sales. N.
I ready to celL Wazhmgton St. Phone I Will for Phone Orange Blossom Trail U.S. 17-92.
1155515 1k 54 P **4 Ar* Via He-eB 1 OPr.te. Pe 13 as : Some experience.Eibgrt i trade cheap panei. on
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1 I I Page 24 (Drlanfon Ittornhin frrnihtrl Friday, August__ 1, 1947_ I: Enough Steel 1 :Clearwater Officer Draws 19, y..,.. far fraud
\ QUALITY lotS;, \ : 8HKEVFPORT L. 'P Pi> A snhT1"d; '" IW''' I I Itf.
C"rf't\"lf'; Fla Arm' nftrr-!; 'r-*- ..1. 1 J' t
For Any NormalDemand l.f'rc3ff'r"! : rt: a r , CIa 1' t .
Negro Pickpocket br i. . 10 \ra; v '. -. t l' Q I III
:TOYbAND: : -
Receives 'Sermon' Seen I l general rowira: < c

pickpocket was recovering yesterday Grace. chairman of Bethlehem
L1i, from a practical argument Steel Corp.. said yesterday' the
DUTCH-LAP : against sin. Police said Ira Jenkins ; h steel industry was prepared to ,
< 1aouuu.aeto
p t
':,! 1 attempted to pick the pocket ntAk take care of any "normal" demand
Asbestos Roofing I'I i i of a Baptist preacher at a con- for steel and that recent steel I
ASBESTOS> : SIDING I vention of Negro ministers. He price hikes should come as "no '
ASPHALT SHINGLES: III i was caught in the act. surprise" in view of mounting
GUTTER I' i The convention recessed while labor wage rates.
andnmtti Ali! Jenkins was hustled outside the At the same time. he revealedhis
SPOUTSL ;i,11 i church. He got from the preachers company had offered striking Miii1U.
what police said was a "sound shipbuilding employes a 12 cents
T. JERNIGANKavflnt II! drubbing." II I an hour pay boost the same
: amount for which the union settled -
and Shrft Metal '
Development of low-cost steel recently with other struck
It Aktandrr PL TrL 7127 ,!I and petroleum for lubrication appeared '
:!: almost simultaneously in wr Mw "* yards.Grace said the steel industry
=-= - _-'._ the infancy of modern machinery. R. Ytl k w 'Ww "was doing: its job" in furnishing -
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shortage were "not due to lark
of steel, as popularly charged.
L sa'x "The industry is shipping; steel
Gas 24 Hour enough for 14.000 freight cars a
month to the car builders but f >
SyttemsInstolled '" they are turning out only 5,500 a \\5'
Since 4Da. month." Grace said.
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Anywhere 1932 Tabernacle Church :

Calls Business Session "
y. 1 Tabernacle Christian Church
BRINGS $ .. members who exercise suffrage
/ :.: Y privileges are urged to be present
TO YOUR HOME OR BUSINESSFor 4 s. Sunday evening for an important
congregational business meeting
n following worship services. Morris
ALL IN FAMILY: James Gray is shown above mess while his dad, Gorman T. Gray, watches Butler Book, chairman of the con-
FASTER COOKING from the porch during a Pittsburgh movers' gregation called the meeting.
SILENT SERVEL REFRIGERATION picketing his father's home and moving bus- strike. (lAP Wirephoto] R
A bale of cotton linters makes
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ECONOMICAL WATER HEATING I' enough powder to shoot 100,000

MODERN AIR CONDITIONINGCLEAN Dreaming of Robbers, Italian Assembly Votes i 1 Loyalist Troops Take I I-bullets. -
HOME HEATING I Man, 82, Kills Daughter To Ratify Peace Treaty !i Rebel Paraguayan Base II I Aluminum or Plastic ..

Co. CARTHAGE (IAP1 Mrs. Eliza-i j ROME I IAPI With Communist ASUNCION. Paraguay ''U P !
Natural Gas and Appliance
beth Grady 46. Harvey, HI., was,, deputies abstaining and left wing:, Government troops have occupied I
shot to death Wednesday night in, the Rebel of Concepcion I 150 Color Combinations. Bathroom .
Socialists in opposition the con-j capital 51 ttL VENETIAN BLINDSMADETOMEASURE
ORLANDO a train coach and Sheriff I low 190.I .
i and Revolutionary forces have complete: as as
124S N. Orange A... Fla. State Bank Bldg. Steinbarger said her father James stituent assembly authorized the
Phone 4678 Phone 1252 Stuffelbean, 82, told him he fired I I Government last night to ratify fled towards the Brazilian border. I SCHERFER TILE CO.
his after he had dream the Italian The j to broadcast Radio'
pistol a I I peace treaty. ; according a by % 123 N. Orange Phone 2-2587
about train robbers. vote was 262 to 68. 1 Nacional yesterday.
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