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 3, 1947
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079944
Volume ID: VID00296
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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.Is.ul II piq s IIs.4ss (IIVVL Tw a Privilege to Live in Central Florida tart.. MVE THHH

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Hughes' Press .:. ISOTOPES PRODUCED BY ATOMIC STUDY :' State P- Starting the Mural! j BuinoiWM


Radioactive Waves Found ; Put on AlertWASHINGTON
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Agent TestifiesIn [ A P ] A!

: Useful in Treatment of Six :, State Department relay of a\ iJF1t

rumor that seven fighter I

Contract Quiz Common Serious Diseases planes were poised in Florida Rekh Blasted

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I NEW YORK [UP] Radioactive isotopes produced by tion" sent authorities there on a I, / FOf j j.. u.iII

toft QuestionKMtfi are now being used in the treatment of at188t fruitless hunt yesterday while ;
Hearing atomic energy Dominican Republic air patrolS' PP/A9Mr hIM CiILILlN ...
six serious diseases. the United States Atomic Energy "

\ "tMCJlOll ( Art 1 A >mmi64on disclosed last night. got But set to nothing fight off happened an "invasion-any- Ieii I (C'1 --. ..

.4 "...W werth iie'i.tI.s The diseases are cancer, Hodgkins disease, leukemia, I where. .4.1Court ,nt."n" .f .. a-.. t-i

-'- .---. +thyroid certain types of heart ailment "h.tililft'f GwSmSrr'Y1 '"
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4Iq' ......... .n mmp.n.e Florida Juice \ The, and new report polycythemia.on the part being i officials have been talking for: ,, "l leri 4I.0. ...
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'Communist i ftSS tile ,.,
It' months fo a plot by ') 'ln f'nU
t ,14M ., .... ,* played by atomic energy in : thI I
Revolutionaries" to invade ...%.. S $0 II I
,. .... ..... ... .i..4 "MIItW \peacetime was released in observance -! : sr.s
Market told its ambassador here '....... .- ...
Paces : country. 0
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.' ...,........ c.-tUH since radioactive Isotopes from the that "all precautions" were '.1. -
I I taken but "not a single aircrafthas Widen l r
a tn'. JSe..... w rtl In California I Oak Ridge. Term. uranium chain I "
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. made available. been heard in the sky. I 5455 ., '" r. aid
II' .f. a reaction pile were The excitement started when ....: ,:,dll IntKGn ... ....._..r.AN i
"n<< ........ ....n B k.ci 'r.csJ On Aug.! 2, 1946 the first OalRidgeproduced uf .;'

. '.' IW'.k.,- Florida citrus juices ac isotope was sent T Brantley. deputy, Friday collector night a......... lit rs.It:
at Tampa I'
III) count for 50 to 85.per cent of to the Bernard Free Skin and I customs alert to airports lAKE ..:ti... tiP ...
tn m of St Louis. This issued the following . .* 11... ...
a rh** Cancer Institute I 5 ** -
the
tit Mr* wtf:' tak. all citrus juice sales in < I particular isotope was a unit ol 1 1I 1I I through police and Civil ..- M... .....

h( ... New Y.f I San Francisco area, the I carbon 14 Since then the commission Aeronautics Administration teletype -\ $.. Fradacipi II,:
Commissioi reported more than 100( systems: ..M... hd _... .... -
RaM riitb part! Florida Citrus \ I .....
---- airports to be on the ... a... At\... -.
'.. RnnsevelIIM ass toM yesterday in a reoor j No Protection, Einstein Says! "Notify all P.51 ..4INLNIr1 .. w.1..

., \t.hN on fr.m W. H. Baur. dealer M'nice I UASIIINGTOX IUP( ] Prof. lookout for two P-38 and five ..... ....$ ... .... 11 VIe.e
aircraft.believed leaving; Uni-! ... .... .. ..
'. lay thiPrsid.sIs representative surveying Western I Albert Einstein declared in the type /i/ .. ... .au.
01Vafted Washington Po t last night that ted! States for foreign countrywithout ... ........ .-- d ..

States. II the world two years after Hiroshima permission. ..._ ...s.Fnds" .-. .
a repor "a heavyr AH activity of abov e- --- -
suspicious
II Baur aid there was made start
p.e mmqliNX dfrnand9 for Florida i, has protecting not even civilization a type planes should be reprted'immediately. at t,. ..... .. ....
toward
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$ .ler disaster of atomic war. luau
"r Juire In California. New Mexico. I from the the
in name off'
t1Is'' fftC' ........ pMa i Brantley signed but ds- .rLfl" ..., .fliLtU k'b
Actions and Texas.Even i varieties of isotopes have beer I the State Department >
.a 11 Of ....... l manufactured and production 13! tithed to make public the source
Los Angeles area ergCn
to the
l' ...... tM fWlff lOt .n I continuing.In of the information he had from' ; JII8rI'. _.
renter of California, citrus pro i He said it was meager ......
1092 Washington.
.i. .4li4 ., .WtW v0Kher good all. there have been "eraa.ai" arJ .

-.. 1MWVS pmrm to duction.volume of Florida juice:'Is but"selling sales are a not shipments of radioactive element, and the he planes did not might know be what usmc air-. .hit laod taw ... dJiLs .. ......

,... .... tar H... OM-a *r tkk n high per capita as in the othei from These the Oak have Ridge been plant.made tn i port A search started, and airports ..id t.. .... -

... .l t..e .....rt>i UWeU, imions checked on this trip, scientific and industrial research I alone both Florida roasts were A MIIa __ t.. a

1M ....... .sH 19 until Men flue" said Florida institutions throughout theUnited I checked without success, as were. !' .15.. 0V0IS -
:ttnrrs advertise I I I other Gulf of :Mexico areas.Meanwhile
AM a s. Mrr dw ut* oveite but the advertising States and In Hawaii.A Washington .14, n.U9 t.. .. aik -

...... a ...rt.... .sft HC'tVd' I products usually U by brand rather than I radioactive, such as carbon isotope, gold.is an phos-element -:: agency could no be found that tAt tlW.-.

,.., .... ..... dI7 man .tlta I I by emphasizing Florida he said. phorous, iodine, copper, that has', would acknowledge having ordered 1w -- ... ... ..

,_ ..... 'In h. had Intro. Florida for years has had considerable {I been made radioactive by exposure'' the alert. Blankets .- ... ---
distribution of cannedgrapefruit Such" Then this afternoon, the Stats 1 Heat Wave Push ..
.w.. Jsuu. then an Air t, sections and citrus ) to enormous radiation when the' Department issued a statement I Rebuffs Georgians a.. ,. .. .
... .. Pal' Em.non., Adv. radiation is emitted and (" k.1m.. Is .. P
it. ... .... :Juices on the Pacific Coast uranium atom is split. It releases that it had heard the rumor Midwest To Cover
.. ..... 1114. **** bfoflmt Un.a ., ;;Mgr Don Butts of the commissionsaid : neutrons and these fragments of had relayed it to the Customs ..rifaeato'Sm's: .... toaloiftesu

.- j m. Baur is making his tourlargely the atom penetrate the element Bureau and other agencies, askingan I Vote Ban ,. tIILI a ...
thot I'matorl'' East South Today
for : Negro
PN.-4.I.VPr. prospects
to evaluate being exposed.Dutch. investigatiQJdmtbt \ I Union EdicfJACKSONVILLE .. 0atI& .
$04 ..I NWSI apKtaton-- expanding fresh fruit markets I ,
Meyer's B. AedPre. .. -.u ..
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...| I. MtasLcsippi.Labor ; .
.>.i.s vam ... prtf of lIquor .'test of the ? Order The U. S Weather Bureau saida ATLANTA [UP] r...... .. ... .. ...

Mi.. .*k-iabb4mi. habits unt Drives in South Study Peace [AP}The new heat wave, would envelop supporters of HtrmMi TW- ... MIl ......

.. OMB I 1ft -Wuh" I switchedMMHM i I Circuit Court here yesterday -: most of the nation today'and predicted OMIII ?.. .i ..wd ..... !
I* Ntf"$ .srUm. draft stow Down NLRB Says temperatures for the madge. defying<< ... lai-
that j
that. the republican goven- \ told Merrill Stevens dry- ...P11l.. .v isr t-..
.pzI'u41, 11....' noovrrlt, is ATLANTA UPI A slowdown: of 'Fighting fSA in?the fO' j otH Netherlands Pre<< Indies I ment could enforce a cease fire \ dock and Repair Co. to put' next four days would be above E. Thcmpwrwi. vtctertfavlaunched ... _. ....q9., ..100'a

........ .. Mtify and Hughes CIO and AFL organization drhesIn I continued yesterday while the order discharged normal." a dr. % p for a ......... .....
.. 1....... ..., Uevrr v'U the South was foreseen yesterday -I i Dutch cabinet at the Hague met : In the Hague while the Neth-I back to work five men The Midwest was sizzling by last special sesfen eC U* 0.LIlt..
.. under subteth with the announcement that I cabinet met, U.s. Ambr. were' not In .
.. ... Nt National La- ''In extraordinary session to consider erlands because they 'night. Temperatures generally in islature to wrtt a.w 'ws.. .. '
_.. ....!. itoMrreK and cases filed! with the fire order issued Herman Baruch formally presented i CIO union. .
office Friday's cease good standing with a through Missouri ., ..
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Board regional of- the Central plains ie br .r- WItf I
bor Petitions of its "good strictions
p....... spy ... the stand by the UN Security Council. the U.s. offer | last !
dropped SO per cent during military forces in Java fices" and declared that the offer i I Ii The men were discharged were over 100. In the East, crocs In nest pears' asi $010.
Dutch
July Board officials in declined labor- were consolidatinr their positions i .must be considered completely : month bv the company In compliance -! cool weather over Northeastern The more .a. ..111dPd lit' MMK' Tiiell I

l1 [ConsolidationI comment on the drop and claiming new advancesin I informal and elastic." I with an arbitrators ruling. States disappeared as ovenhke House Speaker WtII Ms... 7.
management cases. Minister Count the court under .
Sumatra. : Dutch Foreign {i They appealed to I moved east- .. -. 0. ... --
I announced i I to Work Constitutional Midwestern blasts madge leI1Ire .
Meanwhile both the Netherlands Van Boetzelaer Florida Right - .... .. ...
I Nears Aged Man Beaten To and Indonesian Govern that the V.S. offer had been accepted amendment. I ward. wrote the Oor.rw ..wsuss a .m MM.
I "gladly" by his government Circuit Judge Mile W. Lewi m0.s1 ...II- .. ...
Trap' ments debated the issue in the i I soen to wrttKatfcm r. p a" ..
..,. remain far re isOrtnct Death in 'Love In Wash- Issued I a temporary order directing .. .... ...
"'' I atw I light of the UN demand.. Weather lade the ballo ...w S ...... ..
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The
< --.1f ,... ,I* county COVINQTON Ind IUPJ Irvir I ington. Dutch Ambr. Eelco Van ; Tn Holland, most newspapers devoted : the company to put N. O.lonnou : r.$1W4 ., .MI traa '..::rft.! fl.
<.!. .... ....-.... pt, Beckley 20. Cates. Ind.. has admitted Kief fens expressed confidence thai more space to it than to A. E. Hewitt James C. ORLANDO AND MCIMTY: i Thompson pr St .... -
**'... .....(.Il4 HItibk whcat he lured a rival for his I a "peaceful solution" to the Pacific the Security Council decision. I Butler R. G. Grimes and J. C. Partly cloudy today, .tomorrow move scnutegenigneertfMt $s... ... -- f1I ... p' 0sa$0 ....

_4 aw .......,.. the Court wife attentions. Clyde WhitttaRton\ war, could be reached. I They termed the U.s. offer "medi Perry back to work. with few afternoon showers House SpoH'" ".e y ...... fII -, ... wo asa- .. S ..

.g.. .... 1IIM.. T Tucker n. Into a fatallove trap-and:.ea \ H. J. Van Mook. acting Governor t ation:' In Rotterdam, one paper I The five said they resigned from thundershoer I ttrat..,. ....,. .. ... 4 .... . ..... - 4I
__ -A- .f ip4aUstton. him with his fists Whittinntoi I General of the Netherland described the Security"Council action the union-the Industrial Union when riiaamaX lwt IBM
... t, $". mu-& do so bj died later Beckley said he force East Indies, yesterday expressed:; a mere "request. of Marine and Shipbuilding comes far awlitf* ::
enough peittws --r.a.la:
...... ... ...... tf Uwiwi his wife to Invite her admirer to I Workers of America, which has a I Cracker Jim Sez: Thompson .a4a.... .. ..... .

a s.. ... ... WM MX count the home on a pretense he voulc of Four !contract with MerriU-Ste\'ens-j Ole Squire Larkin done got me permitvene ttwo ......y M -- .. i... .. ... -
\t . """ ..... be "away.Housemaid." Strike of 107,000 Ford Two Youngsters last year saying and to puttin in that new fence of not without a .,.,... .. aTW ...... ... .....

Death not accept the resignations that he can keep them ..... t_. -I ... ...
t. P0..... ......t"",ftlate. raters frIt Left FortuneBy ,Workers Slated Tuesday Beat Tiny Baby to instead held them to be delinquent -i cattle hisin so up on that Thompson a& tlv IwiesGeorgia .| till I I ..., .. *_.- ... .

MM fcjtt!>..IkHl aM ta ta tht the rminty fr I DETROIT TAPJ A strike against SANTA FE. N. M lAP) Dist I asking the company to discharge -I high groun so would com toeacc, P0.i SjiK jJ.., -. .Ii ...'... .. a .... ----

t. ...ka ek ....t M. Movie Acquaintance the vast Ford Motor Co. over the Atty. David Carmody said yesterday -! them. 'they can git duce harvest ..... ..... --I s.. II Ibttot .-" ... .:=T:1I.

BEVERLY HILLS. Cal. UPI !issues of a workers' pension and that two four-year-old chil- i i enough to eat towners and ftrawn- CM tfl II.

,.,. ", I 5N14 MAlidsttOG 01SN I- A housemaid Mrs. Madge Conrad i Tatt-Hartley Labor Law provision, dren beat to death a three-month- \ Negro Girl, 12, Mother ,The trouble with _______ ford to be away r... t... ...,. ..', .. MIIl1I ...
..... alt tIW night. ThCIOs < rascal is '
with a last I that
authorized
..p.sws ***** *n rate '.I.JR".ia ,54.' who nice became gentlemansitting acquainted next !I was United Auto Workers gavt ,, old baby in the Chama Northern late New- : Of Six Pound Baby Boy I. that he don't expect , nesses-- --. r_ Ms, *.t;,;-ya
of yesterday
very _
to her in a movie was left 5250.000 \its assent for 107.000 Ford Produc. Mexico village I JOHNSON CITY. Tenn. f API A you to rest Two Brothers Sislw v. ",.' $ ......
Termed a Block I In h4 will she revealed last night 1 tion workers\ to strike "not latei because "they didn't of like Rio 112 year old unmarried Negro child I in the heat of .. ..r1L$.., flU I kif I

Police Force Paul Mf Kerne. 52. realtor killed ua ; than Tuesday." ,i him. Sheriff identified Dan Rivera the baby i gave birth by Caesarian operationto day. like it was '- Found Bound toMINNEAPOLIS Beds a ..- ..:t:' ... a 4IMI ... at ..
T. World wreck two years ago. left her the Arriba County The a six pound. one-half ounce ycstiddy. That 7'sand IJt. I .... .... .. ou'
.. IItW1TfW ,APt lOrn, Joan fortune I Gen. Arnold DeploresAir as Juan Severe Montoya Jr. boy Thursday. Appalachian Hospital fellow jest wants you to work all AFl ..... M MM- .. .* ite m...***
eeMCMlMlsevere
T *$..." Am+neac \ children were identified. I authorities said yesterday. the time no matter how the sweatis a woman. ... SmSm MM Mn fclten *., I
Hat Untied NaKM Power Reduction and baby are "doing a pourin down. I done tole him undernourtahBMm #, I
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.-u irs. > For Both mother ...., .*. ma H** *
-. ...... Mtrtt! that Wife Asks $25,000 I WASHINGTON UPI} Gen Ar- Joe Saltis, Capone Foe, I, fine" nurses said. 'that when them dog days start found yesterday stwrtM Pwia Ki flwa it New*. turn !r* it.. -...

mdiru wtU tMrnit8S by Own Husband nold said this country has dissipated II Ward I \ withouten no rain that it twernt bed in 0 rooniac U .... ....1... a'I0.. ...d S I04 gtIw ...
Hug ,
wasa AnderiM
__ w "..J" Mwk. restlou Mrs, its air power to the point Dies as Chicago Jet Smashes Record no time to work when the sun were Martin .. swt .... .s '.
.. ......... .... .>.t pettN CHARLOTTE. N. C. UPI( went tt I where it U wide open to anothei I I CHICAGO tUFt Big Joe Saltis': UPI( ) An Army P-80 : bilin hot rite over your showers head. brother. Clarence Prfte M. awl MM his)4is. $00 t.... ...... .. ...-
: Kirkman NEW YORK to be much tVolet. 3S
aint
Lucy Shdman baron I There goin ter
Harbor beer
.. .00( and "infinitely worse Pearl I 60. a prohibition era to i --
,NUn yesterday to squeeze $25 I. attack from bases( "on thi who defied the Capone syndicate!\jet plane flew from New York 25 for a spell. so you had better Bertha Anderson. 7t ... .
oat of her husband. Guy. for one I :' in article : back-of-the-yards "kingdom Washington in 25 minutes and git them hand fans out iffen you ed the trio as "ray eIaIIrft, '-
world an
T. ioht's Movies She said she waj:!i other side of the ; from his seconds yesterday for a new unofficial breeze.TODAYS i Ut1tuav't Li (11: :: 1.
unexpected hug. and alone in L: jest got to have a detained
American Legion magazine died penniless
... w-- her with : in the i record. Average speed was.1i __ -
"r driving when he hugged I a county hospital ward yesterday -i -l:: I - T I4MI ....111 ..
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the caiover r I
sent
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4Csi'v. w ala : and 530 mph. TIDES in AmbushSlaying
: w out warning causing injuries ..1 : 5ci .*4 N_ 5n.y'-a OsucSTid.s ; Clue Found wLmvI. ...... f'P
ea.. .b......... ... I4. S LaS an.she embankment will feel for life'." I Boy Bandits on Coast I Dayte..a: Huh 8,40. I,m,. 8 55 P m. los 2,29 ; of Ohio Doctor .... .... ..... ... ,..

I I as. 3a Kill One in Crime OrgyNEW \GIRDING FOR DUALITY: COMPETITION1Cooperative 1 11ft.Cocoa 2.24 fttach p m Tntaa' Rich ISO am.. 9 05 API 1 P$0e ..... ....a sm a -
i iScbattian I PORTSMOUTH
i pm. low 2,38; a m' 2 34 p m ,. rap, o 1- ..... .. .0.1
PS S Ia Yale Professor SaysRussian ORLEANS IUPI City an Inlet Titf*. H.sh 8 45, am : yesterday unearthed their ftnt "'- J .... ...

Fear War State police Joined Mississipp I Group Purchases I 00 Sun p m PH;*tow M: 2 Ritr'33 an S'43;229pm tt* 714. I promising clue- fingerprint fII a ;UM: t. Uk _iJuWV .. ......
a .-... People patrolmen in a hunt yesterday for i LOCAL TCMPCHATUttESMunicipal left index finger-and r<*e*--
I lAP Prol. killed , V, 8. Wather B.ra. at antte !. mrestigating -
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III4t NEW HAVEN. Conn. two boy bandits who a I \ trated on a revenge --
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I 011.j ot Yale who rerently cafe manager, John I1. I Minimum 74 the backyard iMhuih
Perry E. Corbett Biloxi Holdings Maximum 94: :
from a visit to the and left a bloody trail. Fosgate Industrial lam ; -- Ii'3am slaying Friday night of anent ......- f m 1 IIt"
returned Rabito. ,.. \
wi Soviet Union said yesterday wa of terror along the Gulf Coast ii I ALLEN 2 ::::::::: '74 :: ===--:::: 93 Portsm-iuth phytcia,, Dr ..1AYw
: Russiai l W. s. PREACHER 94SSm DA ftIMI
of the Obrist.WortdBaptist
predawnsttckups.Rebels
think of . : George
series
so pa impossible to as "ad I, a r':' rJr- Sa.iS'nr c.yf! ," !r' =:::::::: : : 5pm :::==::: II
.. S...,., r&m people' and Government '" the citrus industryin Sam _. .... ,.. ... oeaa.s
dieted to w'ar." "On the contrary, Threaten Asuncion In one of the largest transactions in 7.,. --------- ;: I I Alliance
sass i.a.s Ows he said .their present tempe] MONTEVIDEO. Uruguay API recent years, the Fosgate Growers Co-operative yester- S am ----------------- g i Dn mu --.;;;-; 14p $1i0sm ',.. ......

rap '.. ., aa seems one of anxiety lest war be : Paraguayan exiles said yesterdaj increased its holdings to more than $1 million by theacquisition sm -_-_-__---__--_ lOon, u__u_ 80 ,j Elects Dr. C. 0. Johnson --
.was rebel forces wen day Co. industries iiS------- U lllHll ------- {fUPI The WoW = : ;::n ;
forced upon them. _ 1 that Paraguayan ot part of the Chester C. Fosgate Noon IS M.dDltht ---- 71 \ COPENHAGEN '
doubling southward after abandoning !! .. *- u.-u Baptist Alliance mnaAl... UM .. .... ...
their stronghold. Concep- I at l'orestltv.. TCMPEKATUftCS CLSCWHCIICWASHIMJTO1 \ Oscar Jo4snao M Cuarsl
elected Dr C. WV .i
I II Wwtlwr BorMreport '
organization APi
. Is.b. Charter 5iI sion. and had landed within 12: Chester C. Foszate president ol is a completely non-profit getting of trmpcrttiim for the 21 boon I I Louis as its new president tn th _... -- .1c11
members
114b..p ?tstifi miles of the capital. Asuncion. I Chester C Fosgate Co., announc-I' with tndinx t PJB ; MiLl final session of iU cengrew her ___ ta.
L-'"" '- and above operating
and NiLSI t .
T t/17"f ed the sale of the fertilizer every dollar" over Ash-m u n i Utile! Rock 100 '72Atlnta !yesterday. Dr. JohnaOn weed Amiss is r.a WVPAR1IR7j_
I ServiceWIREPHONE35 4 AD-VICE TO CENTRAL insecticide plants. grove caretaker I II l costs. of the leading I' n '73 ; 1M eUIiS .1 PAU'suc '11Str'atnshsm the late Dr. J. H. R..1OtWwho '
; Jtwqug 1947 c service. garages. storage buildings I II Fosgate. long one said : Clt IS ;l Mepbis Mmdiae :: 61Boelon 1 died in England last sear I
State IT
FLORIDA I and other equipment for $250.000"This .: citrus men in the 'tZ: 54 M.llll II) 71Burftnjtos ,
I, Fos- objective is uniformity P1 IJ 6!%
TV. M Sd34567S9 Instead of being in doubt about deal makes the "our prime I 7a 48 M.l1I81 91 7Chtcn
articles you want to buy or selL gate Co-operative a ompletel7Intepated. of product. to be in' ChaUaoo'U III 9" 70 e3 ,New, .. Oyi.se York I 0 51Cie'eisud Where They're Bitinj
a lob or a place to rent get "sat- year 'round opera "We want our brands III 51 Ph11adel.nla Si WI nI I Catch from one boat: Stttfial n '-
: I WHITE I action" through Want- Lion Fosgate,who is vicepresident a premium positlorL"The Denver 51 61 Phwn1x Postaod.Me.109 73 41Dijath landed. two hooked four BIo I "'
isfaction Is anaIity 51 1 :
now
KH11213141516171S192o2I t market
Detroit
of theoperatiTe citrus I I ,
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manger 101
Ads. Expert Copywriters to help and general 61 I St.Louis two Barricudas. six 15Iue R.r
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and through I II SIFosS '
market ADtoalo
; said. \ Puo 90 70 Sail Yard. Steari. :.
22 23 you. rounded out service Worth I' 7\: 8 Pnac:1K. 53 51Jsekwnvei. Toley Boat t
completely
this cooperaI I
GRIFFINHOY Dial 4161 "The object of I 1'7 '75 ast". lit 5'7JtIA.
,. Want-Ads I I I of course. is to net the grower Page 12, CoL 11 I I cits 103 110 I wulizua IJ 13
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Surprise Birthday Supper

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arc spending some time at Daytona increased
I, MAIUM I. JONIIy Beach.
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Mrs Pat Brown and Mrs. Ellis k 3,9 n r
Mr*. Ruby Jenr. Btasley are confined to the flor-
; MIlt ftUa Jfets. and UrL MilM ida Sanitarium. ;.1. N 9 F S.FORUTh !* h.v iP i'wh.e.Pp, ,

.. ,.., a< Orlando murt ... .. ,
Mrs. Ed Jordan and sons; Harold a!"d of Pubi In>'ru'i n A a "
1 'JM t surprise birthday and Edward and Mrs. Edward .. I
teachers' salaries of SlOi.71!l tiler sac' \
__ It .. bm of &M formers Jordan Jr.. have returned from a ,
s ..... N .. J B. Jones JrfctfU trip throughout the Northeastern The State has tncresttdf ",. I t t' y

... .. Bwrly Ann .ta tH. f > teachers salaries US12 !! s., f'l+ ca- e
,.M II grtsade. Mrs. Jew CorM Mrs. Milton Core and daughter 1 .,5P5n s'vt Kis. ,sw
A. .. ..trtf MM BfHjr Rumn Julie and Mrs. Young Harris ..slia5Aee

If dwarf, Jones Mr.V and daughter. Linda have returned Three Fete ;,.,. f ..... .. .
J .KM*! AM SOBS,
from vliitiru )Olr. and Mrs r"A I"N """ font' MJetl.
MIll tIMIwDW.1M Alex Lemhart at Daytona Beach. .* IM ttiv s ..
Mr*. O. 8. Moon and Mrs Ben Wainnght Is confinedto Miss McCali .1It..4 w. 'aw
J. I ISSr Mart** AM and V.- her home because of Illness. .-.. n. -
M. M' tivwu ft uip the*uih Dr. J W. Martin and the RevJ A M1t1.M'rRe
m> ....*..*.. Huus., Their N. Thompson spent Wednesday At Luncheon
ife .. late H. *. M Mtivro and he I 1 w.r .
in Plant City.
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Mf T. Ferguson mho suffered a 4
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=1M .. *. Mr and Mrs. heart attack is now home and OV1BDO Mrs Chorus T .- ..... .", ash'.
...m an kmt. la their reeo nnnz. r.4' n;, Mrs Ruby Jonr east Mm .... .'-. r'
ef srR
Mr. and Mrs R. W. Estes and 1 B. Jone Jr. *tre I- lid... Us r R"

-we:... Mary AMI sat ThetoaI family. Kay and LaJune and Tommy r a Tslay. : when they sa/arlSre/ ...stns .w
..._ AUAJMS. *... vert tef are tutting relatives in Atlanta .. i a luncheon: at theina 1.Misu' '1\.. seer saa
Mess Inert and uncle In honor'af M** O.its w. ...... v i s
. W Mm ft L Randal. have Mr and Mrs. T. L. Lingo, have Ca. < of Sanfard state .w IseoSi (',..,.. a
...... returned from vacation trip f onde of JAIl Alfortf af Tale eat".d . a I Iwa'
11.4 MM J S, meta and throughout the Northern states. ,<: next Wfrtnaartav DI4IM at .
Ma*** Jean and Jack They railed in New York City and First Preebytenaa Chureh s nn .' .5'
... ..... Loa aN wets af Mr Niagara Falls Their daughter and T',rd. ,Jlr sports'
... .... C Mesas. andlMf on-uvUw Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Miss McCaU .s the great avce .' \ r.teSMIr .
.. iL. Kent. ...twftf'd0 Clem Jr.. accompanied them on r..tf. 'r _:- ;?' j] .tlrg Ruby Joate esw ft iRe . n1'. r I
tflalr .... 4 t w.'Yt the trip. f'-t",<; --"",5 is's .
rMe t.It tat MM Um sad Mt. ),Ir. and Mrs T. L. Lingo Jr. NEW OFFICERS OF KISSIMMEE JAYCEES elected Thursday Gil Fortune, director, Bill Prather second v.:e.o' < -J:,-,t E :s The brides table vac a/Rtisad ,

... Mr .... Mrt O orse' C are the pi rents of another son. night ore shown above, front row /Heft to right;) D. W. Lamer, Mickler, vice-president, Pete Hunt, director/ A I-L rr, State wits; a bowl of dahlias feta. aM "'''' I 1

brit w"eN Man at Dayaf George Marshall. Mrs. Lingo is secretory, Ed Gnssom, president, Bruce Partin, treasurer. Rear director, Dan Autrey, outgoing president. Bob Cody, director isi asters Coraaeee side af putt .lavender In r epr',. 1..:.I
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S... sbo .wm pMThe
TN'i the former Miss ArieMr
Lacey I and white ...... -
i: row, [left to nghtl Phil Phillips, director. Jock Preston, director, I not in the picture. were presented
and Mrs. Jimmy Malcolm ,: to the fuasto as favorsAfter aellot
te Owd Bap- are alto the parents of a son the fFe"r- I
luncheon the Smile-
..... /1114. at tM hems af Jamea Ernest. I
J M T TMopM for tM"5ftH Mr, and Mrs W A. Ward Jr. Miss WilliamsBecomes Miss Williams To Entertain Miss Nevllh I shower elect was by honored the guars with and a kMrrsM lIua

tM m* t- are announcing the arrival of a i I recipes from each The heater Leui \ l .
II predated son Friday at the Florida Sanitarium. :' gift to the bride-elect .beautiful .
: : Beach ClubBy To ai a
Bride
lll| o a la MM, and Mrs Ward is the former New Smyrna Bridge MarryMr. I white recipe .beak
M M ..aers far her new Jones. For Return
t ps Myrtke Those affair
I] eruoytoc trus wi
BSBII_ M>sh*..< Nr UM ortaiion ),Ir. and Mrs Lee Gary are visiting I MRS JAMES a'H. KENNEDY. her mother Mrs. L. Byrd left recently the honor**. were Mrs Ota .1'I i
Mr. West -.,. .. -. , HartS
*'$ Maw J N 11wMn l ft. J B throughout the Northeasternstates. Of ;; ? c,. -"" )f" 0? c rrj for the tatter's home in McCall. her mother. Mr ftN Mr-

JSSM ,,., ArtiHiff Mrdcatf and On their trip they will visit I NEW SMYRNA BEACHMissJune Mississippi. Mrs. Byrd has been .. Call. Mrs Edward: S McCali i aM To Sea (ic%
A ........ Wathtnfton New York City and [;is_:: : to Tre i 13, $* -s .S' rl] Williams will entertain her visiting the James' family for [S '" 7-! 5. "-:, ., 5. 'J Mrs. Ray Fox her aunu af .afford
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"Hi..nil a*.. '.....&H M If.r"Ii Niagara Falls I OVIEDO-The marriage of Miss' bridge club at 8 pm. Monday at some time. -In a quiet ceremony ; Mrs. Ualcotai Jonas af Or- -
slam af tr ft Wa mash? Mr and Mrs Alex Lemhart Hazel Williams and Mr. Billy West her home on North Orange St. E. L. Duff left Thursday for in the Baptist Manse of Lake ando and Mrs K rand irOsar on AND aeciec .
: If Kled4.. father af Ben and son Frankie Gore are at was a lovely affair at the Oviedo Members of the new organization Norwalk Conn.. to visit his son- Helen Miss Nina Grayce Net ills Mrs. Bn Jon wNew .. nat T ,.
rho die at hu MuniaM Dartona Beach Baptist Church Thursday night, besides Muss Williams are the -in-Iaw and daughter Mr. and will become the bride of Frederick 'w seal I: r
... ass bated in CaafordMl Mr and Mrs. Max Leinhart and the Rev. H. H. Link performing Misses Maryellen Flynn. table Mrs. Allen Parrette.Mr. Charles Hart today at 2:30; pm. r>rn.Land MM t. r
aad ..... B ft .."'rtaht daughter Anne are also spending the ceremony.The Roper. Betty Sue Groover. Jane I and Mrs. Gene Hodges and The Rev. J. W. Martin mui officiate Smyrna 'n 1M...... rt. . .
ftI Miaaw .H' her t* attend some time at their home in church was beautifully decorated Gillespie. Barbara Southard Sue daughter Diana Fuller will leave at the double ring ceremony ''hares t.sS ._ 1P'Wet
.. p jw.al ., heat fatherM Daytona Beach. with palms fern asters Bush and Elizabeth Gunn. today for Odan Ind. for a visit Mrs Clifford Bohren will be AI tUise, seal .
said lien It* R.,. of Mi Mr. and Mrs William R. Meek, and gladioli The bride was git'en 'I Mrs T. J. McCray will be hostessto with Mrs. Hodges' parents Mr matron of honor and only attend Group Plans lima 01wuea ..*.
Ma .*.* he* M attend the fun- daughter Jo Ann. and son. Billy in marriage by Broughton Brady of members of the Baptist TE.L. and Mrs A. B. Osman ant for the daughter of Mr.'and LI o c, p". r
.a) al M/a Ihtev' father.JW class at a business and social Mrs Minor M Net-ills of DelAnd. '. ..
are Tiaitlng In Tulsa Okla. : Genera her uncle. Her gown was William Miller is expected to Miaav toAawrxaa re r
WaUtfUM. ef Mew York I meeting at 8 pjn. Monday at her Mr. Bohren mill To Return
best .
Mrs Joe Corley. of Sanford of lovely white chiffon trimmed in serve as man
return soon to the Alba Court Inn 1 Ita. sM
M|. Ml bees the tueat of hUiaeafte and sister Betty Summersill of ; lace and her veil was fingertip ,, home at 301 Julia St. after a visit with friends in Columbus for the bridegroom.Miss _. ..INieo It\ .,.*.. C
T. W. Bush :
and Mrs Mrs. won high scoreat A
Sea Watamht ) :
Genet. mere recent dinner guestsof caught together with a reach of Nevilla to DeLand .
Ws-M. hattnc come her to I the Elks Ladies party Friday Ohio. He will enter the came NEW SMYRNA BEACH ttytiI will w his" ) A. 5' a
Mr and Mrs J. B. Jones. pearls. with her from 21
I University of Florida next month parents Michigan won.u 4 C
atfcrad Ma broUwr'a funeraL night at the Elks Club. Winning I ham Dayton. exalted ruler af th
Miss Betty Malcom the maid of White visited Mrs. years ago. She was active m Girls ",..1" PM e s I
y. Mia** Wainrtiht ef Mi- the "dark secret" prize was Mrs. : Mrs. Maude Elks. Mrs Da 'toIl. and Mr and
.,H. .. 1M da.|hter .tre weekend BrideElectFcted honor, more a blue gown while the : B. Mitchell. Hostesses were the Geraldine Biggs In Jacksonville Defense Club and wa employed at Mrs Joe Toroann are expected to Asahe RANmi. 'w' I
la aau af Mr and N,... Ben Warn- bridesmaid Miss Sadie Beth Mmes. K. C. Goodwin H. F. Hoi- last week.A Babcock Aircraft Corp. during the return this weekend from r> rt- m rrui .nit irk. N \f sv
Flemming, was gowned in pink ton. J. W. Edwards and Gene son. weighing eight pounds war. At present she is an upholsterer land. Ore where the atlr ,... i t .....na..* I
KJMt Lewis Lee was bets man. while with Charles T. Moreland. ..... tt. r k
sad Mr*. Frank TaAott On Berge nine and a half ounces was born the National Elks: COItt'Mtaee
|age rnMMd from a raomfion atWajMiijfo I Bobby Ragsdale, Ferrell Beasley.?'! Mrs. C E. Anderson who left recently July :8 to Chief Aviation Machinist -, Mr Hart. son of Mrs. Elizabeth Mr and Mrs Waiter Bradderk Will Ht." r lOa
!feN I and Wiley Abell acted as grooms- for Ashtabula. Ohio plansto Mate and Mrs. R. B. Hartey Amesman and the late Charles and two children. Cocoa spent l/ss'. r
aM Mrs. him Evans and Two Occasions I, men. Mrs. Joe Corley of Sanford join her husband there for a Mrs. Harvey is the former Miss Hart of Albany. N. J., has retired Saturday here vtsitUM relatives Ovaaa T l
a.. u WH Saturday for Waro_'- sang. boat trip. June Wooden daughter of Mrs. after 30 years of service in the Mr. and Mrs J.... M Kenaatfv Jewell fF t
.*.. X C >e. 1. *n *-* S_n-tey Self-e':.S'rJ] I After the wedding a reception i) Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tryon have Una Wooden of this city. Nary, in which he served during and son. Jim. plan to. apend. the Pxtwe'.w. .- .- -- s
Mi WHtasi Henry Martin has SANFORD Miss Connie Mc- 'was held at the Home Economics returned from a visit to New England Dismissed from Sunny South both mars weekend in Orlando ;-tnc: : Mr. \of A '1eI __
tdIftt" from Warnetnlle.. N Cwe ., Call, bride-elect wa honor guestat I Building In the receiving line besides I States. Hospital Saturday were Mrs E. P. The couple will:'! reside at Lake Xprnedparent' Mi: a-.Ji Mr e B
ar>t ass slitting her par a luncheon given by Mrs. i the bridal couple, mere Mr. and Mrs. Joe LaRocca and Light and two sons. Peninsula: Helen. pi,: p Ma- and fm
sash Mr and N,.. frank Wheeler Charles Park at the Mayfalr Inn Mrs. Fred Bush sister of the Mr. aid Mrs. Anthony LaRoccaleft Mrs Clifford Bennett and infant
Woof KM beep received her of Friday bride, Mr. and Mrs C. L. West, the recently for DetroIt. daughter 119 Mary AVe.: Fred
.... Laid af Mra. Dwiihl Wilson Pastel shaded asters decoratedthe bridegroom's parents, and the Mr. and Mrs. H. S. James and Hessler. North Dixie Highway.Z'Lss I I II

-Met.N.b. af Mr and Mrt.Jaaws luncheon table with tiny nose- ''bridal: attendants. W Wttaen. and dauthterof lay aced as place cards. Before I Mrs. J. H. Lee. Mrs. R. L. Rags- i "'
.dss lira, Natal C. Wilson. the honor guest place was a nosegay dale, and Mrs. Mae King served' \ Sweeney ', Simmons'Wedding I I
I
eel (fitaH, of mhlte asters and a miniature I the cake. Mrs. Fred Pierson and I

Mr and Mrs Jane W, Wilson bride doll. ,: Mrs J. P. Cox presided over the I
Den- Invited guests were the Misses Returns From Set s. 1
ar'"* tfwadJB the Bummer' Nancy Collum. Gene Caswell of 1 punch bom Is. Others assisting were | i
Mrs. J. N. Thompson Mrs. Theo I
lit Maamt C. WUson U TUitlnc Orlando. Lee Moore. Mary Ann ,
Aulin and Mrs. J. B. Jones Jr. I l!
Whelchel. Sylvia Melsch. Camille Canada For
her OB.. Dwuht, at Reran OWL Trip TJmrsday I
Batton. Jackie Brotchle. Katherine I .
Mrt Lena I, Hunt la itattinistd. I i
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and rtUUtts in States Wiggins, Marty Perkins Bf MAYME HODGKIN [S erici tT>4 Suxfef !entr.I.S' rt A
.s ..au! the NortheML She Shirley Smith and Mrs. Emmett j| Birthday SANFORD-Mrs. Gordon Swee ST. CLOUD-Miss LoIs Sm- 'j w-
1 be back m September MrCall and Mrs. David Nusbickleof ney has returned to the Coleman mons. daughter of County com. '

Mr ash Mra. T C. Partln and Winter Park. i i Held Gilt Shop after Winnipeg and Mrs. Hardy Simmons "will
&ttt*. Bhirkf and Tammy Miss McCall was also honor Party i Canada. where she spent two wed Mr. James Hughey. son of c
:"i rave "WINC from McHrnry, guest Thursday afternoon at a i weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs C. F. Hughey. Thursday at
r Maaa dessert bridge party given by Mrs.J Mrs G. K. Stone. ; 4:30: pm. at the Church of Christ.
i Mr and Mtt Don Carriwsyli11lJtfti D. Woodruff. [ 1-cJ; Daytona I Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton J. Bis- All friends of the couple are invited -

Spring table flowers and decorated Miss Katharine the individual -- i to T-e Sday Sent"'-S' rl] bee )left today for Tryon N. C.accompanied .. Ii i .> ,1 I : t
by their daughterand i '
Wlcgln was recipient of highscore DAYTONA BEACH Charles son. Beatrice and Hamiltom _ _ _
ifa prize with the screen prize Stanfield Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. z iy lI
other relatives
Jr.. to vacation with -
Ceara{ leas going to Miss Daphne Conelly. A Charles W. Stansfield. celebratedhis who have gathered: there.
e tesestllass gift was presented to the bride first birthday Thursday at : Mrs. George Jackson of Crescent f.t .

S eetasaa tatatse Mas by the hostess their 617 Vermont Ate home. I'1 City visiting: here with heroninIaw ........................
Present Mrs EmmettNcC.n. Guests included Douglas Kutz
mere /I/ aI
< and dauchter. Mr. and .
mother of the honor guest Fred Brown Jr., Eddie Carpenter.
Mrs who announcedthe
Clyde Piercy
and Mrs. W, T Davis who assisted Tanna Edwards, Bruce Blais. Susan .: '. i
birth of a daughter. 'What isMs
Mrs Woodruff Al!o enjoying the 'Charles Graham Barbara Ann: a .
Margaret born at the Fernald-
s
afternoon with Miss J.lcCaUere Bolger. Connie Jean Ankney. Bob- I. as
Laughton Hospital Wednesday.
.. .... .........* h.a.'r the Misses Conelly Wiggins: JaneThiipen. bie Jean MacDoncmgh Evelyn i j i Edward Marshall left Wednes- Healing L
Sylvia Meisch. Mary Ann Beach. Jimmy Nordman, Jimmy :
Npaid ....., day for Idaho where he is under t
Whelchrl Nancy Collum Jackie Harrolson. Carol Ann Simmons. ,
,....- I. contract to teach in a high school : d
Brotchie Jean Caswell and Elizabeth Tameo Gehlert and Mrs. George r
tt.. "II -. ... i John Courier left last meek for ?"
Msaee Allen of Orlando; Mrs. Lee W. Stansfield and Mrs. Esther New Jersey on business. Prayer .
Moore and Mrs. George D. BishopJr i Simmons grandmothers of the
i 1
1 honoree. I Mrs G W. Spencer has returned a S or Ill r.
to her home after vacationing a
I I!, In Lakeland.I : The practical results ef ;

I I J. O Laney and daughter. ss Christian Science have impressed ;
Mrs. James Higgins, are In Alabama -
vMtinz vast numbers of

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zackaryand S people including many 4 d ,

daughter Mary. are the house- ; natural scientist clergymen ;
Hr guests of Mrs T. Bradford Byrd. ,
-t Miss Patsey Tyson and Jordan and physicians.The ;

r AI R Tyson of Montsomery. Ala.. areEiest5 Christian5ciencetextbook, ;
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S 1''

Will Zackary.Rev. SCIENCE and HEALTH ; i
and Mrs. Mark T. Carpenter -
r and children returned to San a With Key to the Scriptures :

ford Friday after a vacation at bJ Mary Baler Lily

: Daytona Albert Fitts Beach.was a dinner guest fully explains the prayer .
4'4'
Thursday at the Low-Grant Ranch e the manner of thinking, ai L1iJ
near the St. Johns River Present
mere Mr. and Mrs. C. L. G. A!hby. i which produces these re*
1 1s
Garnett Ashby John Simmons. suits-heals the lick, sup s ,
Miss Eloise Ashby= and Ray Kel- : s
binds
lenger. all of Jacksonville. s plies the needy "up ss .- : Sr.J trrriifit, ...w

I the brokenhearted* releases :b tJ.. TAPPA b' 6u ,''',.. ear It...

I : Supper SetAt S mea and women, s $a. Jaw,,,...... ...J yet awn Miry

EASY FINANCINGTo i vhateverthtirpre: sent e I lAtJ N IHI .A ..d. a MM a. ..,
r i tion into cseful
St. Cloud greater and satisfaction. 4a si : Famous TAPPAXDMtbdtuobla + TeaP TAPPAN Jw1 sbs l ,.. .oral,1
ness,security,
bring your "Castles i In the Air" I Br MRS. L A. GUESSAZ Si you to tar all., lumen at oats 11.11 tH.ItI Hw ItIf 'wed..R..

Down to earth '' I : "V' ..., T,,! ,'-1t.l .... e,5.: rlI T. The book is enabling 1 !i and still tart phntj 'f S'11l1fl" tpact.Vaualttt f r y4ttrt_nmim.t* I 4 PP 4 S I .

I ST. CLOUD-Friday night Is the Ore left *' reSin . sell ..# ...
you baking r. see agarsu'
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I I date set for an old fashioned box t ts people in all walls of life

Wl fhnll{ to dream of owning your ovm home- ;, supper at the Community House ta pro>e Jesus'*ords,"Ask, i process uitJjout fining scat AM* Handy
with Arthur Bradshaw secretary uitbim, Pet and
htft ft even more thrilling to make that dream of the Chamber of Commerce. to i is iand ye shall receive that i Pan range ttstlf
Storage Cutltrj Drawer Ctndimtnt
XJrra. JlJl
I trte Frst Federal's "Direct Reduction''ce do the auctioning. :Mrs. Charles your joy may be ralLnA ss
Hartley. representing the Woman's a Set, Warming Ore, Towel Dryer!
""- Ron" has mode it possible for thousands Club for which the supper is given, book for everyone to :

M irwt heir. own home. That "dream house" can j is general chairman. i understand and use s qa4aai9a
I Miss Charlotte Cooper. music i In tarious editions, at ;
fee yourt through this con e ent monthly payment : teacher for the St. Cloud schools. s
JilIn. !1 will hold Summer' school at the CHRISTIAN SCIENCE :

I High School building for band f. READING ROOM I
term in fell about / : students during the month of I
,1I
vs your plans- s
August starting tomorrow. I
O'NEAL ARCADE
a 24 Hour Service Since 1932
first Federal' is here to serve you. Willie B. McGough. son of Mr. e 120 North Orange A T8. : !
and Mrs. W. B. McGough Is is
listed on the freshman honor roll Orlando aI

I i : i at Stetson University for the i All ChriiU'itt Science Readi i
First Federal Spring quarter completed In June.
Savings Loan Ass'n 1 : (In f Rooms are open to the
\ J. & Billy Kirkpatrick and Harry I public for the study of the ;
Watkins 3d from the Episcopal 1 B.bl the Ports. of Mary 1I
Church of St. Cloud attended Baker Eddy and ether Christian I
Camp Wingmann at Winter Park. / Science literature, with 1 1
i of Orlando The Veterans Memorial Library cut char( aad for the pur- / Phone 4678 Phone 1252 t

of St. Cloud will close for two 1 chart of there publications j 1249 N. Fla. State Bank
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I CAST PINE: AT COURT ST. TELEPHONE 4191 s Orcmge.Ave.. I 'WI ;
months local contractor
so a can .
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Orlando Florida Sanford
.{ put on a other new roof damages and ceiling caused andrepair by 1 ,

the recent heavy rains. ,

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lATHING PARK PROJECT SUPPORTERS: R. bathhouse built by Eubanks during his vocation I
..... .. ..hlire.k this Lake Mary citizens are seek.
+ !le/e ell fMn H l. 4"Ikleft, president of the Loke Mary year. .
.L"t... Rnrdr P TA and James L. Fields, chairman of the 'I ing restoration of the bathing beach property -
.. vacated Seminole County Com
-L. etfArettrell which was by I 15.95
'.... fills P TA Bating Beach Project, stand by the missioners,_ /-S
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4 1 1 Mrr. eel t.. Ii .a warmest of all blanket fabrics. ; .. ,
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a-e ....aetr Sought by Lake Mary Citizens softness > <' i
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colt ...... .. r.ttua .r.1' ,. -' _* ,=.-.} Total T $30,900 and warmth. 's, r
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_ LAKE MARY Some 300 citizens of Lake Mary have ... .
ltrthw lie fflrerti r=.. ':. .. :. r '1f Size 72x90. .
111 tttaMl. .. WIIMree Kuft* l<> bat to restore to that community approximately :_ "
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AS.111 square feet of dedicated park; alley and street property KISSIMMEE-Thirteen permits .'. ." <,.'. .. ..
M .. rtltMlrr which was after advertising, vacated by the Seminole i" for an estimated $30900 worth of .' r. '. .' I /
.. ear l lfls. ... I I building were issued to citizens by r ( i
r. ...=- Comity Commissioners and thus automatically reverted to I the city during July, according to : : / ':-' "
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lilt( ..... af aautttoc property 'CoI I I city hall records.Twentythree : ,- , ' ,
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fate atayirty .aa .l\en a* pub- man. said. "As chairman of the permits were issued 'I !
Mrs.\ NichleH&uor / .br part property MNBC years ago i P-TA bathing park, project, I believe during the same month last \j: '
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year amounting to $40,550 re- ,
a? A B aatf Aatmte C. SJoblum J.
it is absolutely essential that .. ... .
fleeting decrease this of '.
a year : '
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Ml aatll MM* y 'r had laid idle I ... ,. .
GncslAt .
this land be restored to the public nearly $10,000 in construction ac- : ., ,: _
With ta* rtoatc of the EansvHaauat I |1 : ?i t
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park to the public, the so that we could have our waterfront tivity. I rt
Showere .*..t.T..hfof Avm took on as rights and parking space." i| J. W. Young's proposed $7800' .
their i the 'concrete block residence topped .
stator pror prepara- ..
Frank Evans who Is representing .
last month's with Russell
permits
tIM of a public bathing park on
the citizenry stated "The resolution -
..... rAwr the harM of Lake Cnstal heretofore Thacker's similar type residence
has resulted in these .
.... tr 11ft r 0W hatlkafr ail .f the work of I public streets and lands being estimated to cost. $7,000, second in
-- ILK s5skMi wimminc plate avail- I fenced. One fence runs down cost.
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.. tne .Me |. c.only children and the middle of Grand Bend Ave.. Other permits issued were to
..weeery s thrCllr a4.lu ha barn crati, including I which is the entrance to the bathing Ossie Rivers, concrete block house
1 tlea---ui- tart th* 4 R II lilunk: PTpresi- Road, and fences in a walkwayand construction $1.500; H. B. M ,...
.. Ms.. .. ,.ar' Allen, interior construction and
.IIL. : daring hU laa ra- park containing 15,312 square y
l MIM Ado ..I-i.n, and the concrete block feet the total land vacated being repairs to front awning, $100; I.
.4lhH.<. hkh he built dur- approximately 55,671 square feet. W Gutncfee. one-story concrete
4' 1R.stl.. w..e lat IhK )ears' varation. block house $3.500; Martin Ho-
w >4yAw 1ftelt ft. "11 this resolution roes unchallenged ban garage, $100; Everett Bass.
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I "r &ititbnii t I.&tarif1L' I THE MERRY-GO-ROUND 'THE PUBLIC THOUGHT I


(*L&tO. ?WIWA QAwAMEN Coiza4 Children
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.' ..... .. i..'-= Or.....tOL AYe.. I, OKEW PEARSONWA5H.NOTONSomttimes _ _ By JOHN BRANSCOMB Schools W...
: it pays to let a Seen as Load on
r. -..i.. ...... a1 .... PiisI 00.. II woman do the talking, even though her listener I "1 will lift up mine eyes unto the hills." This pened to be present when the vote was taken that ,
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-.l Aft d Maic. ad. am. i the hill the land of the united the three great branches of Amencan :
--- be the Preiident of the United States. This was preacher is up in country Editor. The Sunday Dt1..Ikat ,

...1.. .... # t.... .--.-. .' : discovered by a delegation of Negro Baptists including sky. Western North Carolina is an ineffably beau- Methodism making them one church. That was With our schools, towed to rapacity ,
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Mountains historic. These peaks and few l.ke them
i Con?. Dawson of Chicago who. called up- tiful section of the country. The Smoky a more now plus the addaiaaalnew

..... ._....-. .__ K.:; ..... ........, D..ctM on Prei. Truman to Invite him to their annual lift their rocky hands up toward the heavens as if I have taken out again and again and derived new Yo hn e fiaitma

.... c....... '- W.., ..... T LA.._.. A". Di.I convention in Kansas City next September.At I they have been given the responsibility by the Al- thrills from remembenng them. ', YOUnptHS .

.. "-'" ... ..*.. !M.., t, WMM, Cull M... the last minute they selected soft-spoken mighty to hold up the skies. For about two weeks Bruce Baxter spoke of "Life being so daily.; It have moved here in the peat ,**" i

... ...... ...*.*rt I*. N..wt Ci...-. $tc Tiu. IJiss Nannieh Burroughs. the only woman in their each Summer for' 22 years I have had intimate does get! that way monotonously so at times. Butif I 11 believe *e should draw the 1 lae

....a ..... c. ..... I T Mit Tra S,rr.C group to speak for them. Unrehearsed fellowship with the mountain ranges of this hill you have some peaks to remember and some hills in admitting children of aur tawiists

I ..f C. .... c-. .*.. M.,HMI,. Pius S.". -'-.',-" .. her words were simple '! country. I have gotten so that I long for it as a to anticipate it accentuates the joy of walking in I during U-e Winter.... If I

....... .. n.. ...,aa.-..-Pvess- \ but eloquent. '! tonic. the low places. Of course all hill climbing would these people tan afford M iaM.

,.,. ... IN4 ,.,.. "a ii< "' .. ta ... Right now we are thinking I love Florida 'A ith its flat lands. -its beautifuli soon get as daily as moving in the planes. Its the the Winter here I a* Mire ia y
to *_ tor it p t>' Cit' el .') lakes its line. its flowers trees contrast that tends to lend enchantment.Have I -
long coast ,
';:: $*::.tj unMTiua u it or act p S in terms of world brotherhood. 'i groves I will not mia he swaO tuiUamcharged -'-
IP1S IMi. papir sad she said. "At this particular timeS and a multitude of values that make it the play- you ever watched cows walking around actua
e tr aa m.wt *irMMB ....... America should do more to speakS i ground of the nation and the garden spot of the the mountains? I used to wonder how they kept by our private ol.. ksePStL M .. .
t 01 pIOCw lie ..,....
tions. If 'A e are ta ..
two legs from being shorter than the other two. A .. ,.. ., .' .
aBaae .... rAUOV8T i.rtd. for this great ideal that our nation world.But UW 'ft .. Sc 'a i
_ _ may continue to build. I confess that the highlands. hold a great mountaineer explained it to me on this wise: "Every about this situation now it ...... Me heitna. u v.
Nee 4 3, 1>47 other day that walk in the other direction time make the rullB Wf..
4 --- - through Its churches and the ] place of affection in my heart. so as to .. \Qy 5f'.flu' Sds.t ...
4 \ Government. the thing we call You have to be romantic to live in the hills. to distribute the weight and equalize the length the rill: term start Our uhO5k Pbr ..wn'miiTW

tt.rl* 1110nmT t world brotherhood. We were pro- j Otherwise you don't derive much from the ex- of their legs." Not ever having tried it. I don't are maintained by our laeal lea ..use at <". (.... ....,...

4M .Nat lav lartfcajaifci a .... but the Lord S foundly touched by your remarks. perience. A dull tourist, standing at the head of know. but that's what the man said. and homefolks should eeae fliatF .
5' 1 in the shadow of the Lincoln : the Grand Canyon. was heard to remark "Golly, Actually !some of the pastures and corn field A J. ,w.tas 0.... t.irn.t a
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Pearson Memorial pleading for human I what a gully;" Imagine standing before the majesty In the Smoky Mountains are so teep that I have to .......... ... 5 aiK ,

....-1 I Haa* Ml* I I justice. So we urge you to speak to us again at. and splendor of that matchless handiwork of God seen rows fall out of the pasture. Church As Meeting Place/ Mia ..run 1ft .. ..,

a I our convention at this time when men are thinking 'F and seeing nothing but a big hole. Another unro- When Jesus took Peter and James and John up ing Ie luau" s_ .aes, .o .f. .

... .. .... .... Hut M ickdem leads of brotherhood understanding and cooperation | mantic fellow stood on the top of Pikes Peak and in the mountains where the experience occurred For lonely Visitors, Advittd ... ....s. abe : ..t' ....
'said to his companion. "This is the first time in that is referred to as the Mount of Transfiguration Editor The Sunday Sentinel-Str:
--. ... .... ..... Ma?.-Mme. du Deff and. ,1 Fnends In Or- r...... aM the f ..os ,,' At
After 'ard. Truman shook hands and said: my life I have ever been able to spit a mile." That the three men were so enchanted that they said.Let's How To Make .
World ai. ash h. it a i. a f" .
"You really made a very beautiful speech." I| fellow wouldn't like Browning's poetry and Handel's stay up here. But the Master knew the i lando.

Needed: Some Meat Packing Plants "It Hasn't a speech." she protested. "I just j I music. necessity of taking the inspirations of the hilla People who often are transer lonely and in Or-.a day Ie cia) III ;1...... ,' '..Ih

wanted you to come to see us." I Dr. John R. Mott has a lovely and brilliant to the valley below to share with others. Dr. Hal l'! lando are they can ateke draaf'nt' a "*>f* *;** a ''

( 'ATTLZMKX: leST HAVE felt confivx At a parting shot she reminded him: "You I' daughter who IS the wife of a great man of India. Luccock tells of an experience when he went with a about friends.asking! Orlando where pnwide away m iaarth af a j, *.. CII' r taw.

-nt and arcure when they heard the happen to be a Baptist. yourself, you know." I She has spent many months in the hill countryof group of tourists to the top of Mt. Tom in New organizations for the help ..di ctm call .hiSs arm/ in *'u a' >.-.
end af the dai 'lo sap .IS .paar **
The President said he would seriously consider Canada in her father's woodland home. She England.As i entertainment of tourists ss*
analytat of thir industry presented at the m a .al at ailsUss' ,.*
the invitation. '!: has a little poem on the Canadian mountain! that all of them stood there enthralled by the citizens; all of these are *f *hie

c MHtIaC of the Florida Cattlemen's 'I. Note-Dr. Marshall Shepard. U. S. Recorder of'''I has in it a line that is exquisite. "Bless and hIp marvelous panorama that spread out before their in different ways. to differentkinds I tfciafc It .s h4 ,.av i'wn4r -

A. Deeds in the District of Columbia, and who wasa those who do not have any mountains to remem- eyes som old lady broke the enchanted silence:: : of people. But the aw* _. SMMIC and Prcstom. unfe'-
i of the White House of Negro i by crying out. "Look down there. I the roof helpful organization to the larw-
member delegation see I as Ihe pun atririsa uu>'ut a*
Tftrai gnod and the outlook good. of people is the
at* number
Baptists, remarked to the President that he of my house." Someone rebuked her for -calling :, est these overseas 5t oars ..e ens-

.... W. J. ...." .tt'Mtoft% service animal .as flying to Copenhagen, Denmark, for a con- attention to such a common place thing with 'f : church.In the church are peoate fall ttraad aad amamd nwre a naaw 't

... 11 t _. at iMvilIe. ference of international archivists and that he much beauty to behold. Dr. Luccock commented classes-the rich and the ,*.r. rare far our aaWlara she fttulhf

was a- little concerned about flying the ocean for however that we must not forget the house where the intellectual and the BOt-_- w valiant for the tiesona ol
aSa,e )our cood heifers and that will the fifst time. I the little lady lives. intellectual. the sick and the wen. the orld. and olin oUt or .....<.1

fi\e Its the center of the universe to her. Andif and the laay. thewarmhearted on to do it 8'er stale '' can
h. she kind of steers )ou will base "As a good Baptist, Truman replied. you know I i the energetic
Rnaaia Muff M4 reserved.
you won't go until your time comes. government, religion. education. should ever forget ', and the
>ears from now. Of the 700-odd lobbyists registered with Congress I I the place where folk live. then these institutionshave the happy and the brokenhearted rU El ,.\- '..-->

.aaaly. called cattle raising the oldest under the new lobbying act. ex-Sen. John ,, ceased to enter effectively into the lives of the young and the aid.erai set e sad 1 U oon U get t
the good and the bd. S IB ** .1'.1
and islaM Ploriaa industry. Danaher Connecticut Republican, shows up as'! people. all newcomers should find .-e I f.boaBbr.t tU :n- *p r. .f
having received the highest fee. Perhaps you haven't been to the mountains.But '
be can- bunch tutapaM > cka<
soul with whom they can
LaaM aiiide. have been made since the o .
who served all-around most everybody has had
Danaher. formerly as an some peak experiences. genial. ass! no to wa
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days olH..ndo DeSoto, the Spanish conquistador I manager for the Republican National Committeeat Joining the church is a peak. Getting married is a For the socially-minded the My son ..Jttpnnxftf ti>w

credited' with originating Flor a salary of $25,000. has now listed himself as mountain top moment. Becoming parents is as church provides social activtliwa art o1tW rtmtrfl .j.td tie t

ida's cattle industry. lobbyist for the Revere Copper and Brass Co. It close to mounting a chariot and riding beyond the for all ages where people can bei me U. Japs had I tnr dOOr.. '

The rapid growth in recent years con- paid him 25.000 for getting the import tax on mountai" ntops as anything I know. Developing a i I come acquainted and enjoy coaa1 claarad ewes and a .."ne

tenu.. because Florida's cattlemen take copper suspended.In great friendship is like ascending unto the hills. panionship in a wholesome happy D the imokf ( .. ha
addition to the $25,000 fee, Danaher aso! ber." There's a thought for you. Lots of people do Preserve' all of these peaks. Tuck them away atmosphere. There are luncheon .r heard of Zngisiid nf an
very advantage of research to better their have meetings in the church and! circle the ouwr war ( 'u:mu
not high moments to remember. Thereare I
any
before House of and often o u.
received $%,000 for appearances the in your Book Memory on your long
herds. The industry is on its to become i meetings in the homes of the ta anv: thing ; way no hills in their experience They have not h d
Ways and Means Committee and before the Senate treks through the hot afternoon hoar as you where Christian serviceis All thMl ensa to uunk
members
of the State's dollarp.dycerl.
one biggest had any mountain top ecstacies. no peak privileges.
Finance Committee. walk the the low lands take
weary way through combined with fellowship! af our OawtnMMau a maer' nun'
Since the copper industry profited tremendously But to those cf us who have had the oppor- these peaks out and count them one by one. Two 'kindred minds end hearts. 150105d a5d 151 .a5 ii Uses h e

?ext atep will be to establish some large from removal of the Import tax Danaher's fee tunity to step with seven league boots across the weeks at Lake Junaluska in the Land of the Sky At Broadway Methodist Chureh a birthday at the mms UBM. *::>Ia

I I meat packing plants in the State. I was considered reasonable. As a matter of fact, hills have come emotional and spiritual experiences give me mountains. to dream about for the rest motion pictures of the life of Paul. halt on Europe and ,n. tfafOI

The present capacity of the few packing other lobbyists probably were paid much more for ; which we need to preserve. We cannot of the year. the Apostle. were shown Sunday a break

houses In Florida is small. The Big Four 'I performing other jobs by claiming they were paid j stay in the mth: places always. There is the neces- I'm supposed to be coming back to Orlandosoon. evenings free of charge. One Friday J WALTER QEi'ori

:' of the will have for "legal" services, not lobbying. This is one of sity of coming back into the low areas to share our Therefore I'd better begin to close down now evening the picture. One Feat
meat packing industry soon in Heaven free to all. If It
emotions and was
I the new dodges used by the lobbyists which makesit experiences.By or else )'ouon.t let me come back. A Federal agentuas and M H'e4oq .
to establish good-sized plants here. is high-class recreation entertainment
J j' appear that some of them merely worked for preserving our peaks we have something to looking for a moonshiner in the hills of North wish to efajaf. GessvH CIIJRI
It's another opportunity to make Flor- remember when we have grown too old to limb. you
love. | fourd little front of a log
Georgia. He a boy in the church can make you hippy. Editor The Sunday-ae i _:
: ida grow. _ _. _ Even before Congress adjourned. two amendments ,: There are some rather unusual peak experiences cabin. He asked, "Where's your pa?" The lad and you will l find friends to suit Your editorial mOthers "
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to the t-Hartley Law already had reachedthe I have had which do not happen often in a man'slife. declared that. his old man was up in the hills your taste. Young people find love l u> Help Ourv:". l lme

Welcome Home Senator HollandA House Labor Committee: fll) to permit union I sat in the grandstand once and saw Babe making liquor. The agent offered fifty cents to and marriage within the church. the Boat pracuea plan..

dues to be spent for political campaigns if a ma- Ruth. the mighty Sultan of Swat. drive a fast one the boy if he would guide him to his pa. They ; and some not so young find mates. our 0'0 and other .
LMOST ANYONE IN Fjorida could into the right field bleachers for home with them happiness! In the that te thaught .
\ jority of members voted approval; (21] to require a run started out. The lad demanded. Give me the four Ito give p can
x"\ have told Drew Pearson that Sen. the bases loaded. Wow! 'sunset years of life. your advaMay atUw
our employers as well as employees to swear that they j bits now. mister. He replied. "Wait until we (get I .
for
\ Spessard L Holland would "sparkle" as are not Communists. | It was my privilege to hear Enrico Caruso the back." And the boy came back with. "Naw. give little A nursery children is provided durin moraine the with prafraam aauafacttaB.MW IMM. & Mat

J a Freshman member of Congress. California Republican Gordon McDonoughwrote golden-voiced tenor of the ages sing The Last me that money now. You ain't coming back." i services so that parents may attend ibsipresist5g .

I We have watched him "sparkle" down the proposals. ] Rose of Summer in Martha.He Which reminds me. . Ill be seeing you soon. church with their minds at ..i.Sl .

m our peninsula for years. "The way the law is written now." he told col- I took a dozen curtam calls. Marvelous! I hap- AMEN. ease. They can relax. re t. and reeei the p awsi .

leagues "there is every reason to believe that civil J i enjoy an inspiring message to and athar vh* .
Pearson said Sen. Holland "a slow .
was liberties of union members are abridged. ': carry with them during the comI acting favorably ua aa

1 starter who began to sparkle toward the "The Taft-Hartley Bill Is not equal," Me- ': WASHINGTON TREADMILLFloridians I ing week. o a .f for -A,
end of the session." I At Broadway there t* good
Donough argued, "for members of corporations I, I M.
And this is a typically Holland proce- are not denied by law the right to make contributions j music under the direction of stored ra'=
StatusBy Walter Kiihble.] well-known ot> *.I.
dure. to political campaigns. Check Military ganist and radio musician. The Ill .

I lie treads softly, carefully, finds out "They are in a much better position to make:, I minister. Rev. Harry Moore. son terrible attuattoa HIM. .

what things are all about and thentomt'l such contributions than members of labor unions," of Bishop Moore. is an unusual Many ptacca .
with he pointed out. "A big industrialist can donate out. FRANK I KENNEDY men from the Army's regular hearings; before the Andresen person. He i is! a preacher full of realoe the ..
through .
a resounding wallop. of his own pocket. whereas a worker would not [C..r :.-- -, I- -- -- fl corps. If the change is made. according Committee several wee k a ago. life and of the spirit of God He exnta. and will tnSIa.desperate '

When Congress reconvenes next January have the means. The only way to counteract that, Florida Senators and Congressmen to the current rumors the Florida citrus canners were delega-backedup has a beautiful voice. and sometimes effort lathe .._.

Florida's Holland will start "shining" is to permit labor to make donations as organized already are skirmishing with Orlando installations will be con- by their congressional sings a Gospel! message situation

instead of "sparkling." His report to Flor- groups." the new Department of National sidered for conversion to an Air tion in a plea for Government. from the pulpit. Though his ey. The help ,thaaa .
ida Defense created by the unification scheme which buying of surplus canned goods.It are blind. his spirit glows with raoaot la
after his first session makes it Surgical School-a b.rntr fi -
crystal write
too late at the time to
in efforts to determine the was
law.
Within the
of Heaven. oun ;
the Light upon
clear that he has his feet I may have the highest possibilities. if Indeed. 'aoY ..
on solid ground BLOOOO-GOOOOOOOO I practical application of the merger Purveyors of both reports clearly mandatory legislation church you will find peace for wav a .

and is ready to perform as he performedwhen GOQOOOGLE PFST! plan upon naval and military Installations ticket them as speculative. It any sikh scheme were workable.The your souls: you will find friends Spultuaily .u e read
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he was Florida's wartime Governor.His in their State. seems certain. however that the O'Conor-Miller amendment. for companionship: best of all and U .' "uata
Nobody has found the complete however will smoke out some of find the Savior who II eeanaaitrally ,4 na alraatfcplaawd
for you may .
first term record is credit to I Navy has no blueprints any
Sen.
a . and that's Gallico TODAY.. Turn to answer yet, and few members ex- permanent construction at Corpus the diplomats who have counteredwith Friend of the friendless. t sad palHimtiy. m Uuaaettaa
Holland and to the people who' sent himto 12 pect to find it very soon. Among Christi. the argument that grains and 1 They are many churches of different Wl aiannatraw tht
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Washington. Page I other things, the unification law ,: * S fats really are needed and that denominations in Orlando JorltT our ol ,'

- requires a single annual budget j i Cong. Peterson's quarrel with canned fruits and vegetables are that offer strangers a warm wel Koeraatent o' My. .

for the three co-equal arms. naval. : the Budget Bureau by no means is not wanted by the Governments come. Go to the church of yo r In.

CRACKER POLITICS military and air. The merger bill over even though Mr. Pete with for which relief is intended. choice. and no longer will you

came too late in the session for the help of Cong. Hendricks of De- The Maryland congressman has be lonely. You will find true Mount DorM Ree4si
II I such a budget to be drawn. Instead finally succeeded in keeping a shrewd guess concerning recipients friends. You may bv. of service to A
Land
the Army and Navy appropriations the St. Petersburg maritime of American relief. He others and to God. On Need tf, Mm Ittt
Long State Campaiqn Forecast bills were drafted under open training school. pointed out that grains, fats and MRS. DARLIE STINGLEY. adaoi. 'Tb. Iumy 1 r'II&irseithaaIS -"r:
the old scheme of things. and oils have no "Made in America"label
Sen. Reed, Kansas Republican .
a .. funds "\'ere'oted separately to the on them. Foreign politicians. Orlaada Mornoax 5uSl.ever
Warren's
Reader
and chairman of the subcommittee Approves .
ly ALLEN MORRIS ter W. Rose. Orlando presidentof the people only to fluke out on two departments. Members believe which temporarily killed the 1. doling out grains and oils, can disguise that W..
TALLAHAS3EE-This promises I the 1945 Senate. to run. He a constitutional technicality will that the real test will come next their origin. Canned goods Views On 'Aid' To Royalty desperate _.
to be the 500,000 St. Petersburg item now .
longest political campaicn I announce on Thanksgiving Day- Winter, when a single budget for with American labels on them, Editor. The Sunday SentinelStarI : men t t and cauSeS
in the shook his head vigorously when : confesses privately that he was o f
State' history. to symbolize both his thanks for'' all arms is prepared. Until then. could not be disguised and the foreign read Fuller Warrens letter in Fuller War n
the Budget
I Usually the candidates take the importuned at a Senatorial gathering -: life's past blessings and his hopes future status of all naval. military, misled completely by politicians could not pose as July 23 Morning Sentinel wherehe W LACEr!.
know
wants to why.
Bureau. Ht
stump around March 1, when the I in Fort Walton the other for the future. and air installations in Florida Senate such great benefactors to theirOYo'n says the United States should Mount Dwra.
between
I tourists start home from South weekend to step aside for Sen. In final agreement
Both men have spent much time and elsewhere pretty well is defined people. ---- --
Florida and the frost gets out of I W. A. Shands. Gainesville. on the road. seeing to local fence- by the appropriation bills and House, it was ordered thata The next few weeks should

the ground elsewhert.That's Both Rose and Shands have !F building for this is a race in which already enacted. No great changesare special subcommittee be set facts up demonstrate the effectiveness of THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
all the facts
t to root out
when. ordinarily, the I some definite [but different! ideas organization counts for a good expected immediately. Maryland amendment. Nearly
t
\ public first becomes interested in on tax reform and if one or the 'i deal since they will be crowded out I 1: As usual many rumors are cur- which the Peterson Hendricks $1.500,000,000 for American spend-
I If
politics although -.-- F other runs it's unlikely both of the public eye during the days rent concerning the Florida in- team exposed only partially. ing for foreign account now standsto Family Religion Deemed Best
of course by that would at the same time], the campaign immediately before the May election stallations. The old and very real'.any Government agency can con- the credit of the State. War :
nive with radical maritime unionsto
time the candidates largely would be grounded! by the candidates for Governor I I dread of Corpus Christi. Texas, as and Agriculture Departments. The

themselves upon revision of the State's tax' ; and for local offices. a threat to Florida naval air bases. and wreck mislead the training members program of Congress purchasing agents now have the Influence for Growing Childreni
can -
have laid the org system. | Because of his official position, ,,, has cropped up again. It is said :1 with misdated documents money. they now have the direc- ,
a n t z ationsii&Ioundatlon There was a thunderous clash of which makes his opinions on State that the powerful Texas delega- want tive from Congress. and they now I WILLIAM I. GILK0Y. 0 S
Mr. Pete and his colleagues
for _ opinion between Rose and Shands,I affairs newsworthy Gay has been ,I tion is ganging up to save the Texas the names of the responsible offi- j; have -exclusive responsibility. i Scripture: Proverbs 1:9-9; iZZ3: nl: 1'1: 12.5W:
the speaking on one side and Gov. Caldwell * I
; getting his name in the papers training station from deactivation !
,, cials to into the record. > only of individual tion.
go The Bible is text-book not .I'
,
a
and his
campaign. igurers on the other during !
more often than Fraser. but the or reduced operating func The Lakeland is Recent nation-wide poll have
But there's a the 1945 session of the Legislature Macclenny nurseryman has relied tions. The Texas crowd is the biggest not vengeful He Congressman wants to make shown a four-to-one vote for but also of family religion.

food deal of activity -_ _ as to the amount of revenue <' from the start upon his wide ac- best organized Democratic certain. however that no repetition universal military training but When the Phihppian jailer [Acts 16J.) terror-rck

to interest then current taxes would produce" quaintanceship-he knows thou- outfit on Capitol Hill. In savingan of the incident: occurs next judging the mail on Florida lest his prisoners should have escaped but
the general pub- . in the two years ahead. sands of Floridians. installation for themselves congressional desks leads to the I
this S.': The Caldwell view additional year. Some of the Budget Bu the voice of Paul, cried "What mwt I d t k* 5tOI \
already prevailed
lic -'$ Fraser drops politics to speakon they would care little about any- reau's criticisms of the Maritime ;>, conclusion that the reverse virtually .
year, with evenS taxes were levied on ci- Auj. 14 at the national con- one else. Commission perhaps justified. is true in the Peninsular Paul replied. "Believe on the Lord
formal anWarren garets. beer and whiskey, and the vention Methodist Church are State. Jesus Christ. and thou shalt be'I' ehfldrta w* aaaa 0'-
nouncements for Governor, attor- State took in far more money than :; school superintendents at Camp 1 The rumor mill ground oat a the training layout might be consolidated saved. and thy house." Other ref- I fo sad Hat .'
i! report on the Headquarters out- and substantial savings The new draft !bill: has been approved .
ney cenertl. treasurer commissioner was necessary to operate the Gov- j, Jnnaluska. N. C. erences in the New Testament are I all eounael eaaU
fit of the llth Air Force at Or- might be made. All of this and by the House Armed Serv- I
of agriculture and Congress ernment. At the same time however This invitation to be one of to the salvation of a whole house- { children be ta "DaaVdo
lando. Its maintenance at its more, Mr. Pete intends to discover. ices Committee and will merit top wo
months ahead of the customaryDecemberJanuaryFebruary the surplus permitted ir.sti- two selected nationally to ,, hold. I| "
men I
as I do aa aay
St present level for the 1947-48 fiscal priority next January. The Florida d bt
S re tutional expansion. t address the convention on a phase year seems assured. There I delegation beholds in the peacetime :i But family religion had deep .. u child I the. .
lease. I of church school activities, was a. i A smart move, fostered chiefly :| roots in the Old Testament and he should Mat* .
4 That Rose and Shands were !: has been some talk in the unification draft bill a potentially dangerous U U .
The Governor' race has set the right then as revenue estimators signal hc"or for Fraser superintendent -. program of setting up a by two Marylanders, Sen. issue in the 1948 primaries. in the Jewish literature were junction to parenu. 1 the wsuranee -

t' pace.Jacksonville's. has been overlooked with atten- (; feu the past two years at separate medical corps for the O'Conor and Cong. :Miller, lends Members hope that international many precepts. saving wise counsel that whan old hawiH

Fuller Warren hasbeen tion focused instead upon the the Macclenny Methodist Church. I Air Force. some hope of relief for fruit and diplomatic skies will clear by that to parents. and setting forth :, a depart Alaa' UaMasaurance

running ever since 1940.when : spending of the surplus. I CUFF NOTES: R. W. Dick I ; vegetable e ann e r s. burdened time but it's only a hope. If ten- the duties of children. thus estab- i a ,
The AAP now draws its medical .
\ with inventories.
he finished a surprisingly good :1 En in. Tallahassee. resident attorney : top heavy sions have eased by mid-Winter, lishing with clearness the conditions : fe essay .a .

third. and Tom Watson lately announced There were many. too. who always -I for the State Road DepU, In the closing hours of the session there is small chance for the universal of family welfart and a I child as well .thaae of UM? I .

'. he will relinquish the felt luxury taxes should be !. had years of work brought to a i be brought to the witness chair. last Sunday morning, the ; training measure to get happy home-life. j and too often thrr .
I attorney generalship to seek theGovernor's raised to maximum so the State happy climax with the new Supreme . . Purely personal: Much was Maryland team forced acceptanceof through Congress. If friction with and destroy what .
chair. could get money while its people !1 Court decision approving made for the Jury's benefit by an amendment to the deficiency Russia continues to mount, the Some of the choicest of these ;'sowht

So if it takes two to make a were able to pay for their pleas i the pledging of county gasoline Pas attorneys of the fact Od- appropriation bill requiring the i draft issue must be faced. precepts constitute ear lesson. i' But &.. r.*>r tr 4* a

race. there's enough already In urea. The State in turn. could. I tax surpluses for bonds enabling ham gave his first public statement | S tat e and War Departments. F Congress is facing the question It ought to be noted how strongly child I *'Ia.e M
that field. As a matter of fact as it did-modernize and expand. counties to use this money. which to this reporter who ran I where practicable. to plan foreign ,j reluctantly. The scheme for a they stress: the law and com- j 5. iht I* eseISy..
c there are other entries. but its physical plant-of f ices, schools otherwise would come to them in carbons at Odham's request for relief feeding in the light of American F peacetime draft is abhorrent to mandments. "My son. keep thy net MfHTy tew shot .

through their own choosing and hospitals and jails. driblets. to finance substantial other newsmen. internal economy. Congresswas most members. The 1939 draft I father's commandment and forsake training H C
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r .
otherwise they havent attracted But there's still another field in i,:' farm-to-market roads and other By a play on words "wrote placed on record as directing act stirred the bitterest controversy ; not the law of thy mother." ,II' The moat acute of our .

public attention yet as have bee- which the candidates already are projects of consequence. These | for him." the lawyers tried t. that surplus foodstuffs be pur- and its renewal in 1941 j' There must be standards of right. relMnous o today .M
busy Warren and Watson. beating the bushes for votes-the I! surpluses are the residue from retirement -| make it appear the' reporter !chased. The O'Conor Miller squeezed through the House by I'I and a sense of responsibility, if pl. and
ut r
,; Din McCarty. the serious young contest of C. M. Gay Orlando. and | of previous bond obliga- j fashioned the Odham statement. amendment was in no wise mandatory only one vote.Recollections. there are to be sound relationshipsand le, Wit an increasingly
r'-ius: grower from Fort Pierce State Sen. Edwin G. Fraser. Mac- tions . . Rep. J. Brailey Odham. j What they knew but did not but it was strongly worded. of the 1941 House happiness in the home. awrriacaa "

: and Speaker of the 1941 HouseS ,! clenny for the State Comptrollership. Sanford. felt himself let down by ;, tell the jury was that (as can be It placed the burden and responsibility vote loom larger as the same issue The acceptance of parenthood pIn rti o a divorce_f

S Representatives told friends at I older members in the legislative I,: found in newspapers of Monday. squarely on Government rises again. Congress shudders at without an adequate sense of responsibility facia tunes Aad Mat

> recent conference that he wasrf8IIe Gay will announce for election ,' bribery trial which brought the May 191] the same reporter likewise purchasing agents. These officials the thought of the consequences is the root of a great i ideal th .daaal
? to run. in October. at the end of his first 'I quick acquittal of former Rep. I sought out Papy took down know full well that they must heed should a peacetime draft be voted of home breakdown and tragedy -, o .N r.tu

i: had been holding back for year in office for which he was,appointed i Bernie C. Papy. Key West. Incidentally his version of the reasons for defeat i the Congressional nudge, or face a down and an emergency compar- today. A first essential of a The cause o U

.. months to determine whether" by Caldwell upon the both State and defense! of the bookie bill. and similarly i hostile committee when they come able to Pearl Harbor should follow I good home is good parents. plp lack af
: be really was wanted In the- death of Comp. J. M. Lee. seemed careful to hold the case passed it along to other re- to Capitol Hill next year for more soon. Fears like these will gain i' What can be expected of chil- for law and rommandwsn's-$5

race. Fraser who won nomination for within a narrow channel per- porters. It was simply the reportorial relief funds. CorTressional:: sanction for the bill d:rn. if their parents do not set faiK- ." I cj r\ 4 "'a

Therf hat been no weakeningin the oWes' from the State Demo-I I ihap to the-elief of other Legislators duty of getting both sides of The amendment to the deLcii if a Russian crisis exists when the them a good example: MO:: .'10' rr: v.;.. U to. .. ... [ .4..t....ia .
the fletermlnation of Sen. Wal I cratic Committee and [L who had feared they might I a story. ency bill was the outgrowth of roll is called. precept and teaching are not..>I lof life 'r.

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.' Orlando, Florida, August 3, 1947 lt hr &unl1ag !rnttntl tar Pit! ,S\\
wlllai. ITS WINTER TIME DOWN SOUTH! i Dr. Basehoar,


I Mop Your Brow! But Not In Buenos Aires i 0. L Sands SetAs f I II ;! OrlandoanToSail On Second Cruise Orlando Guard Seeks Recruits I



fc MAMf UN H STtVlNSOHWfttrtt cal questions Ewing said that the pitable alert. progressive and vitally Speakers I Men interested in enlisting in Two-boor. MtW Nr M. held.Me

I .' was quickening in Buenos interested in things which will O. L. Sands city aviation director : To Mediterranean Orlando's National Guard unit a week
pace '
make for a more harmonious relationship I o.a sssl .d
frina tiri-WinUr to Aires what with subways and between the Americas he and Dr. Charles Basehoar Frank Terezakis. 19. Sic. USN. Company K. 124th Infantry were Ca.pt J.mea
.. r in M frw hours i* automobiles until it was becoming past chairman of the aviation com- son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Tere- Invited yesterday by Capt. Fred C Joe Dana >lslrsbr Al regtrs*.
fi IL- b W the .MMIR much tike New York City althoughthe said.E w i n g also compliments mittees of locaL State, and national zakis 343 Broadway, will sail this Kuhlman. commanding officer to) are at the ne en ..., .. .a.
ft American business men and organizations I week on his second cruise of the attend meeting to be heM eat' tbaarrda ad IW.J ..ssit
*** ruluml *adMrt people below the equator still : Jaycees.will be guest speakers ryj a
.M. w... at tbt An r.MM had time to be friendly. in Argentina for at the regular luncheon tomor- year to Mediterranean waters his | Thursday at 8 p.m. in Darts Armory 9 ftj* t. 4Mp as ra w..14#...
t........ III / A.... is with Argentine their fine accomplishments during Orlando Junior Cham- father said yesterday. and Pam ..whr
. ', aha Most of his contact the war. both in social work row of the I Again on the USS trite CV32 I, W. Livingston on ueM r r...... M Mrllllrltr I
Mslsrrt.ry teachers educator of Commerce Harry L. Lind-
\writers ber SU.
arstCcirllisi.
to add to a background uosrsi OtrMrd M
and In giving. he expects
na a4 .... lilt NtrMr.'tn' . students: and others who want 'sey. program chairman, announced dur- "All table of organization petitions
"These men and organizations of foreign knowledge acquired ----
.
... .. ir/uu aR information concerning I to -
authentic yesterday.Dr. in all grades are open
, with this Spring to Turkey
.. the United States he reported. kept Argentina acquainted in the war" Basehoar ifl speak on aviation ing visits and Greece before returning those who can qualifY" he Mid .,l WiHI s.. ...
the United States part Egypt.
1IlntH.ft Mid tansy of those people are in Florida, and Sands will ,. :: "The age limits are 17 to 34. .but
he said. They made a notable .ao home on a furlough. Gres 1M AirtrOAKLAND .
ptoftBinc to come to this countryfor contribution and their little-pub- discuss local aviation problems.i I, Graduating from Orlando High ; men over 34 and under 53 may .
advanced study."I Matheny. chairman of the >r have fear or
Randy they
should be recog- in 1945. Terezakis enlisted enlist provided
licized efforts School
Atrta! have noticed in recent years nized. attendance and membership com-I ; later and was on shore more years of prior sernce ren.er .- .I1MIR with a ew I lAtartrsWa +IU ==a
da1P a remarkable interest in the study Ewing is staying in Orlando with mittee urged every member to attend a duty year before his knowledge of the servirroen may enlfc un Uwi tlsanMi. .
erf Enclifth in schools and private his brother-in-law J. W. Brum- Greek language brought him an i highest grade attained' duru roM eday to igllr.
institution in all Latin-American '11M DC'.. 1... Illpr
World War n
Yale Ave. I for service abroad alan
8 E. adtiR
baugh. opportunity
Tt r countries" Ewing said. "In Buenos II I Tea is grown In Ceylon India, .r. d He said guardsmen well N 14 s iii W tn1. Mh
.. Aim. a school sta.ted about Java, Sumatra, China, Japan and i. interpreter. paid in accordance with FtefttlM slats rair YmatlerNw
IS years ago now has 4,000 boys The Pietys Formosa. of cottonseed Army base pay. the raaitaMMn bring a ,.a.t .... tAgt111r
and !iris.. enrolled in English I Leather soles on shoes permit I FRANK TEREZAKIS i I About 900 pounds to 500- $5.50 and the mntaMMR ILL,: 11fe prr ..r111 M lS
( er chives. the passage of air through the i; are produced every .. a ... If 1
: 1 drill night.
I Mediterranean cruise. of cotton. per
bale
14* reported that educators are Have Guests I natural hide. . pound
placing a new' emphasis on the im-
fir s parUnre of training youth as to At Osteen
of citizenship ,
thru responsibilities : -
in a modern democracy and !: Br MILDRED GEORGEs
.** Au*. a.1ft4 that the tuhange of students be. -j---' 'J ;-" -j,::! Set' -eT.SrJ' ) .
... __ ..t of in* Uart t.be America 'was\ helping
t *... ...,. MMI to this IIMM'flMftt.'tw OSTEEN-Mr. and Mrs. E. L. 7f: ; -
Hackney of Safety Harbor are
? twrd t II) rwoa \\ you live outside your own .
r"..... a stele country Swing said "You get anew spending the weekend with Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Piety who gave a
of values concerning the
inf
u'I' dinner for them and Mr. and Mrs. -k
swl .1.. rerxalbihty of the individual to-
..o .lssen r... .,.... wars. h1a home community. State Sam Lawsop Friday night. .
.ettw 1... M. irp. sad. country. When you see your, Charles Gibbin returned. from .
A tie ,.sd '.... I J+% country through the eyes of its Fort Pierce Saturday.Mr.
., fly Mt. .. ra. ....,... rirndi t, and enemies' it makes you and Mrs. O. Spring return )f.
... today from a tour through Ohio
t taint
,to I 't' '.t r I." I The Arsen'toe people are hos- and New York.
I, The Junior Training: Union of
the Baptist Church held their picnic -
fill YOUR FAMILY BETTERs i Thursday at Dixson Lake. The iP
I Senior Training Union held a
i wiener roast and swim party Fri-
day night at Lake Ashby. A
THRIFTIER EASIER WAY! Mr. and Mrs. Joe Masters and
family took her mother Mrs. Elliott
to Jacksonville and will spend j
the weekend x ith Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Burch.
'I Mrs. John Helm who has been
visiting! her brother and sisterinlaw. IJ\
\ 1))
Great. Mr.Bay and, returned Mrs. J.home Merrit last at \\

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I On Preservative

- ::, ,._. -e-S! >crl: Faultlessly tailored of a lightweight fabric

NEW YORK James Otis .
Handv. Orlando. awarded a
was
patent trig: week by the United that's specially textured for comfortable } s"after
States Patent Office for his pro- R
I
fx of preparing wax emulsionsfor '
vegetables.u-e! m preserving fruits and sun-down" wear in the tropics. Styling 'f\\ .

Commercial rights to the process -
which was approved by the is eminently correct in every detail. 527.50 )\ I ,
Patent Office in 11 claims of originality 1
and invention are assigned t ttsssr.
to the Duel Corp.. Dover Del. In white Palm Beach cloth $17.50 Handy's patent had been pending .
Ffri4rnosJer since August: of 1945.


Air Route Extension

Hearings Set Monday 4r

WASHINGTON !'AP1 The Civil
(
Aeronautics Board will hear oral (
arguments Monday on recommendations -
fUMOP Gives You of its examiners that Delta )
Air Lines and Capital Airlines be
I-- An Extra Work Surface given new routes in the South-
'east. The examiners. Ralph L.
Wiser and Lawrence J. Kosters,
: recommended March 25 that Delta tL cl'
: ''I be permitted to extend from u
-CRG&LEY Mendan. Miss.\ to New Orleans
via Hattiesburg. and from Atlantato .
New York via Asheville to Man's World
Doorway a II.UtL J 11
Roanoke. Lynchburg. Charlottes- -
--
'.ule Richmond and Washington. --
$15950 .

Laymen Urged To Work

!'eld en EasJ= Terms For World ChristianityBUFFALO
Illi T . r KM c . I API H. B. McCor-
\
mick. Indianapolis president of
liMY NDW-hMNriiale Delivery 'he United Christian Missionary
Society declaring that Christianitynow
- -- had more enemies than ever
11' HOST uwo WB unmet STOIB! oefore. asserted yestrday that'Christian

laymen must changethe
world again by rising up in
the name of Christ." He spoke at
the international convention of
the Disciples of Christ.

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I t5.Id tw-t hack from the Auburn campus 'I .-.'-- -

ii..a1e1-_.. Iia. prefer the cloak of anonymity.mtfnt j' .
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.... .n.1 Att.... \ *." to *....- And r.trs him Feller HurledNEW Brcadon Has No Cubs Run Wild I .'. .', ,; : P.Wjr/ r/r /

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wI I" tth11 ftaiallwe ... s4 to.avsal ptove he had. t.I
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484 t_> salllt4 w ,.attrtsavan player he s ever seen i Intentions Of ,,..W': ; :. '' '

.. tW ... to taa* AaaWnen at wuitbaclc in i, YORK [UPI! Finding '

d .... "an....... could alter those plans again the power that manufactured : Moving Cardinals For Second In :: <) Entry : c

ki ire$1Lt1 tdw pe4u. vtttt UM>u h he is. a fresh- : a 19-game winning streak : t. \

last month the New York Yankees ST. LOUIS TAP! As long- as -'' k ,

.I .J.AMiei ... _4 ._f How fffdpaie follower I came up with two championship I Sam Breadon maintains an i .. < .

.IIJI1! u: ., all. Ie .t bL L rid .Matt for the I performances yesterday to sweepa interest in baseball. St. Louis Row Over BrooksCHICAGO Higf.i; 1 1t ic(
I doubleheader from the Cleveland wIll be represented in the National ; . .
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Indians. 3 to 2 and 3 to 0. before League, the 71yearold ... ..
: M tllllr T1'r' .Itai 4 M of faoilMU practices 62.S37 "of ,
-largest day crowd of the owner the Cardinals ,
-- ... 111. .lr1 alr/ara ablle tbe rest of the play- season. said yesterday in commentingon I TAP 1 Harry ;1 ,

It .. .. ...... Nfiealart, the btt. scrtauBavte theyr Until this double victory the the latest proposition to i [Peanuts] Lowry and Eddie Wait- e F t

-- tIM ........." M .ea> s. i Yanks had only broken even at move one major league ball kus first two batters in the lineup -

.. r ..... aea art II WI ....fy41K. to Im- I seven wins and seven losses since club out of the city. each walloped five hits in six :

M ... 1n. tub. Mee 4 Me -- a4ri Tk4Mtnentss to : the Tigers stopped their streaking I Yesterday's issue of the 1 times at bat and drove in four

fIJ-- .. .. ...... ; on July 18. But the Yanks "had I Sporting News quotes Ford runs apiece as the Chicago Cubs #' a : tall '

everything' again in yesterday's Fnck National League hammered seven Brooklyn pitchers -
.. . HMV before and stayed' president
i Awa s tt on practice ; )! for 17 hits and a 12-7 victory)
twin win and now boast four'triumphs recommendinz
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..... ...., a*.**.*.* *jaM <. pica lIP ail the polish possible. 1 I in their last five games. the as Cardinals to Chicago: moving yesterday.

.. M 11-1 t..ae Ni Bid. to play tint itrinc football next I' The opener went 14 innings: before I giving the Windy City three I' Lowrey hammered a home run.

M .lM swim a 1M I ap"*yr sit) K t toatu like he s loins to do the indian infield threw away major leasrue clubs. two doubles and two singles his

- r Trirall 41j i the game. Bill Johnson was en I Then Breadon added: "In I' homer coming in the second inning -

.- second base and Phil Rizzuto on I the second place I don't plan : with two men aboard. IIIk

.. ___ Bw wNI a4 gaaalied err t*te r 11ilrnityIt' first with one out when Karl to mono the Cardinals. As i The defeat lessened the Dodgers'first ;.

11 . slat Ylaaa Hat Dew data MlbeT tO help Drews hit a bouncer to shortstop Ions as I am in baseball they place rnanrin over the second

wart lalwa ... mm or u put the screws to the sit- Lou Boudreau. Rizzuto was easily .j will be here:' and place a New half York Giants to eight
I forced at second. but second base- games

man Joe Bockman heaved wildlyon BROOKLYN INI' CHICAGO 'N)
.. ..., .MtaM have repressed the hope that Judge the relay to first and .fcrkaa -brat. a A
Johnson -mkt 4 a 5 4 J .I.r'-r.r '' ; \ '
11tH.. in Au. ...-.hy to..rd football and his kno '- scooted home with the winningrun. Behrens WinsI i Ron mi In 4 1 I I W.,...b-. Tio. ; '" ,

fI .. ... aTItiI1 r fmtllrr 0... C<w if I 1 1 1 .k Parto t !1" 4'. ; _t ____
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...sillfla b1a51 leM11/5 aslw.. .......... that Jn4ce ebrinr i ibe F...1IIn| rf % I t 4 MfTnl z* ,' 44)8 ft I tv
Bob Feller pitched 13 Innings First National Nx
FA-.nl..>- I 1 1 1 1 NiHif rf ; 1ff I .
.. MIBI5a ... .1Nr vial tTyY reoswalMi M a picayune .
for
Cleveland and Bobo :New- 1-10. p 4 5 1 1 1 J-hn.w :h :
.. -ae II Mal t..... .T toJiiniHsin fa rfose to the vim nine for the Yanks but nfri'Mo a I. I a MrtiHr n n t i g 5,51wS E.
1& Knip 15 a a I5tip ....n '. I : I
": J i both were taken out for pinch- Tennis CrownKALAMAZOO I n ?,,"h.. 1 a a I. u-l$ ! a .> > +
sa/1 Rear IM apafSMalMSaS for ttw Job are on hand. :i hitters before the end Drews J"1I :38 ial 2 w... ., 51 1 an 1R. .
was the and Ed Klieman f rAP 1 Herbert' ..... os 51114 Mn" a a i a n iTarinr
winner (
I 1 f a t 1 Erickxm p l' Q O aGrv ; frJe ,
41 .... elf !.,. NaM eeonds in local the loser. [Buddy] Behrens. Fort Lauderdale &j.p ISIS jaHcn js4 iW y F' 1PETE
tata rTb I .an.kt 1 a I ahUwthaMl I
i _e--; .. Dtttw tests Billy Kinard. Vic Raschl. righthander recall- Fla.. whizzed through: Richard I k a t t .'

f Mam' Mt to M a fMal stta.. Of that were con- : ed from Portland registered his Mouledous New Orleans, La.. :i Barn....p p a 4554 a III'aHa'rm

I: seventh straight American League 62. 6-1. 6-1 yesterday to annex B.brursap a I I 1 A

11a5leed bat a alrb0lNMM ht lids Mvsp t. stake out a victory in the nightcap. giving : the 1947 National Junior Tennis Bu.'n.' -I-a -III-- - -

i i fill ireYa'. ...-+anlbrl I IJJt af6liKs if he can I II up three hits as the game was i Ii T.
1\ .... limited to seven and a half innings i Title.It ilncfH fnr ftntt t. 4 lor Rtnaamkl la Orb
ran
= by darkness. Allen Gettel was a fitting climax to the
. l11141I1 M .e.'t be .*.,. ... fart KinardU be lucky I I .-.. .... 'or DowII s u 7'4
all colorful Flondians ,
went the | !
way for the Tnbe. career as a rl-n *l MI sir Kia. la kikErnn
r -.. Mir .1r1! LAr. tiAts Q1M. Is a veteran with an impressive but could not match Raschi. ; junior for he I lost out to Herbie I Rklrn I? 2a 1 :mtor r

a.j1N2e. bN -.r -lalaVs. his charge _on several Johnson led Raschi's support with i Flam Beverly Hills Cal. in the ntt... U""nn.. Wcitkm. Buna 1'1...,..841.t In,_Jrinmn 'j- '

ue 1M a'.n atata M bM'ee' while he was overseavs He. used to a homer and the rookie pitcher : 1945 semi-finals and the 1346: I I ." Bf..e. Rermamkl :. Wilier. Fi'ilo.ItktM COOPER
I
M Arise 121 Jae tt/Itr. e1.. PIIMed JiOtoaT Braddock helped himself with a run-sconns finals. ". .4 Twn lywt ilL'..7 .bit 4. lI'ura.anotta Rn.". Bracan **.2Nirtmlinn .. " favored to retain State !au'A's -: '

_4_ .. I .... .. ... ..... ...\\1 ...H Klnd a M and might doM double. Mouledous who captured the on. la'irrma 2. 11'..,_. Lm>m '- Tbrrv-bai _
(FIRST "CAME boys championship in 1945 and I hit: Wattkui Rome nta: Lovny Saerlf.r.. I I
ti., t..... A .M bald ...., hfaa m. M a fighter of CLEVELAND A) IIIEW YORK !4uriea. nn*. I>wM. plir Jntmom w s',..r- II I
.I ILAalto. reached the junior quarterfinals :I' a"mn nn ..a_. Bivtklrn. m ,hiraxn 12. I Cover
-. = . 'rll. aMtv4.1 last will have his final Rum ( iff Barnrv 3 .fff : Up CopsHollywood
:tW .. hIa 'ffte. natural : If e : I a st... ..211 1/ S 7 4 year, m "alia' Tarlnr : "ff Outlast
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"- __ I )1. ace tf i I J 2 I Hp"rkll If 4 I 1 1 1 chance at the title in 1948. I Fat., I. elf Bftrivtan 1 off K'.. 1.'R Ladt L
.... n Wrw t 'R M.. I off Enrk '" tnrfc
--- B dra. 4 1 1 S 4 BerT' 41. I 8 1R'M. n "
I ......1... I 1 111 I DOta.r 3 I 2 1 4 Not only did Behrens win his out "Iw rtrtt 1 J. 'by Kirj I.1"T"' I. byCrttkMm i Park
[ t Pirates Giants Set New Marks/ 1 ,...,-. I. I I I l""r.OI'ft.a" 1 t J 1kIr. he helped to break a 14-year Cal- Ii err GIeIs 41 lit 1.I. off Barney 1 tn !.3. off : Browns 85i
....211 J 1 I 3 U.1eIl.J1 5' 13 Harm J 'n 2.3. off Behrnai 1 in :3. offnorklra
...ltlllr.'. 3 4 1 3t a_... I I II 4r ifornia monopoly on the junior : in 1. .ff king: ZIt 2. all L4 4 : Track Finale
-...rdal24 $1 1 2..p 21114 singles title. Both Behrens and. 1.323 aft ,,rM4ln22Joff Nam1l.. 5
'pf.rlwi *- nne "..'.. in 7:8: :. *ff Enrkh. I n
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As Clubs Divide Doubleheader 11414Pwk.pf Mouledous eliminated California i i PHILADELPHIA [ A P 1 The
; I l 15 5 r..a5 II. 2 2 t. Wild pi rhe Barney R hmtan U irm:nx INOLE\V( ( u> U i
I .L..entf . 14n. 1 Drew.. 18111 in the semi-finals P".iNr F.nrb.w i.ini. puMw Tla. Ia- Philadelphia' Athletics drove Jack .
I IPrri" I the SortOOO it
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H.UI, e 44441. I tr.r1IfI.I.r"1t. H man and Hen.:'ne. TiBe: I w on j- '
L st'R' ;ii r fAr| The NP York Giants: missed a'|' .noi 14444)) i Behrens and Mouledous teamed i.+,1 At' endanr* M WChisox I Kramer to the showers yesterday with ea.-... '\t"lf.-ViA' ui '
Lapse 111111Fetin : I together to take the Junior Dou- and came from behind to whip the
I mA "fftof' u'' .t% to gain a gamr and a half on the first i iD p 2 1 1 1 1)s ) I bles Championship in a wildly St Louis Browns 8-5. i Dream ran se and IIn( U.
1 45 87"
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before
I mm tr M4.Kn ..4fr< .hen! they split a double-header cnweb 11 i i e q played contest. finally beating MaulWashington I Though nicked for 11 safeties > third the mile .u,i jvran -' I .

WMi tt. PttwlMsrli Pirates losing the second game 5-1 'I KAeau..p I I I I -1 down Sidney Schwartz Brooklyn. and relieved after eight innings by : 2-41 1 5. ,.... '.

.. .. tlk* allv , ; .. N. Y, and Mac Donald Mathey. i! Russ Christopher. young Bill Mc- I The ...J'.: .... .1. 1 . .
T .... > Banner 4iai ltt-1_ T al a* tllHlIJ; T. al. 51 t <211a win YiU *\>: A 4 tIt
"Ii IMe.ila.f -..IhtM I-r.. .K ._ .I..n. rua s ore4 Princeton. N. J.. 9-7 12-14. 8-6, i Cahan 'was credited with his : Cover Up a' K.i ,)11"1 ?* t
aIS t -Tiarl aut for Hr>tan tk 1:111 :-6. 6-3. third victory his second over the ;
.... li'1"_ ..... MM./a.r+e aid I -k-fnuad. aat far Ftllar la lltke WASHINGTON rAP 1 The Browns. i wound up its m! 7 tiM 1..,
r the dub The nark of 1927 -(annul for Nr._ to ktkn I wee I ... loll f.,... h.ooi
aMft Mft flttttflMC eWMd I/R I Washington Nationals out
Ml Mi : came ST LOUIS (At 1 Pr1lll.im.milA 11Oillia
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- > Turk _ Ill !M 414 "* ij I on the short end of a 13 to 1 score r M r I m
> Cincinnati Scores '
The Otoats hit fin home runs i r Ik 5 1 3 "iller; 4 a t a 4I8.rs.2b
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Erne: : Johnm. Bmdray B rra. Borknan.Bum . I yesterday as the Chicago;;: White ...... aMbViMat I** LW
S I 2 4 4Jnn.t.as 20537t
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1m the doableheawier. three in the .. boned.. ta: MKJrina. Filler. Bnra. >l"'otlck. Sox pounded 18 hits off three I I .hLd 1!I liS "6,\am.rf 4 I I S II K* a.Itt via the lie..t, '
*..fftt. Brkk or Block T ba>* bin: Krlowr Con**). u"km hi
second to increase their i iweal's \' ,
game Trln.. .lras. bI'.: DLVaasta. 1I."ch. H_. Seven Runs In Washington pitchers. Rudy York < Ian.1f. 4 1 1 I .IF..lh, 4 12 a IM.p4 ... rUihit frauir a* ttw tya. I
rnoM total to 144 thus estab'llhing n' Mfkorirk' ftrrttm: Krltiwr Dtw,..., p,iOndra ,'. a. 3 1 1 3 l"hTl( $ '.p "It 01 1 4Jodmrh.lr The hear f fa '..i-d ,iwM20.
and Caw Michaels both scored I: 1 17 1IJ'.1ICf :II I 2 1.
I |......*.. t* ffttaaUMf. Tap a new' club record for I Beta SUm ta *Basil...,... to Robins. H-nnch ,.. Eighth for VictoryCINCINNATI I II home runs Sa'ilia.if 3 I :1 1 'ii.orrrt.a 4 S 4 I $2 90 an'] a.0: .1a .
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them The aid mark: 143. set EarlvsBroirm. I II I 2 21....r.11 I" 0 1 3
was
AUAf OKI, CO INC ... t. 1I uulna. Lon en b.... ale.eland 13.Vie. York's 12th homer delivered off Kra.11 I' 1 1 1R, 4.y.J4 1 I I 2M Dream S? 40 aid >i 10 '
ia 19*. i Tort 1'. Bam m kalla: antmm:. :o. .ff I [API) The '
/i Sid Hudson starting the fourth ""i4or. 1 1 I. t1k! (..... 3 I I I Dance $499i r.. r
tt. Mkf* tMttfeW** ... ttatMmIt4 flab .a.U Dr.err rrtiw 4. off Fag. 1 Truck autk cinnati Reds took advantage Cin-1 : aT40isp.as1ISI4)Mci4) 1" 1 .
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Ittt T'L i11l3SALE ... YI, .IN. PITTS8VRCH' 4N) N....niB S. by Ttllrt! S. kr Dr.i 1. "hy inning. launched White Sox ......'.. 5 I 1111Iachnln --- - tit I .,
,
Gtwek L Hit: off Nnrma 11. lapse in Boston's defensive I
.b t b 4 a ..rll. a Innings I sconnsr They hammered Hudsonfor 1..ptW.
i- 24r. 4S121 off Pa,. 5 t* 1-I. off l>r-. J la 4 J,3. 14rF.41n the eighth inning yesterday to' j .* 1 1 1 i Connie Mack Picks IIII"
.. t121sf'u.el I -t 4522 T I. 1:, off Kmaok 1 m 1 1.I. dtFief. two more runs in the fifth _ JjSt --- --
2 1 J 4 r%.'IM.3k 4 t I 2t ,..* I l a 1-1. Bit liy vltclm>: HI, r.fiRoMaxMll chase over seven quick runs which ,, and three in the sixth. then ".. II 24 lllTWalk) Tl 81327 ..
I I' 1 k....r !If 4 I 1 M 1 Dmi (Bratdrrav B.., r.ll r. gave them a 7-6 victory over the : mauled Milo Candim and Scott a-<;,......... aM. fw ttiaaarr k. 0:4.rF1.4 lehner Yost Top
.. laniBg piufwr, Dma. Uviri BIICTHT,: Grmirktnpma i . ,
1 I 1 a .(__' .Ik 412111 Braves I I n. for 1' ti 214.Rt.
15 14 1 We.._" 44111 : McKinley Berra. n. (.t aad Rubbed [ Cary for seven hits and six runs : LtwoU III Ml '11-3 :I
Tint: Jji. Anandanr: i.S37.. It loked like Si Johnson veteran 1, 4Y. ..os .. American RookiesPHILADELPHIA
1 1 1 I I a 4.artLA '"1 1 2 I I in the seventh. Michaels' homer Phi.klpbi. WsI
1" 3l MILe 24431 Boston righthander had a 5-0 i| Fmr: Rrrardraa Krwavr. .....,. a... nat-
. 15 I I I Wdfl' p 11111 (SECOND CAME) shutout victory going Into the last ;i with none on in the eighth ended tm is: !Ukk.. a. Jialalii. ........ DHUaarHrhulu. : IP < t a t- ".
........ 11111 I CLEVELAND IA> i NEW YORK (IAI Chicasro scoring Mel n.y. Faia 2; "'--. rUnrtkvM .r ,....
) 11111 abrbta ... r kMnrh.ll 1 5 I of the eighth He had scattered ]I CHICAGO .A) WASHINGTON (A) J_. ,..... w. bin: ......1.. I. ....... : fielder P:1ai Lo-.11r! u( ,
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= 1141 .If 4. I I 4 !III... ..:e 1 4 5 a I four Redleg hits and had never $1.455 ." b rb- br. .: ... Mkr 2 *..... bum: yak 1)0o.....* Louis Browns and t.. ,' rm ern>n I TAF
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I 5'0.T SHOES ezes tI'&OII.1 I' 1 1 2.R,UXff.M 2 I I 2G.rel ..-.U." 4 I J 3 4llLu..lf 41131 % :2Ktrinia .M 4 I : !| Ii.,._. t In 4 I 3 Innina: :MrrHMrr. 11. 2'*; rookies of the yes.by "5' ,
4I14. 3.s14. 1144.0 1. RunManeatll ..p 2055 1 RaMta.p J' X 1 1iUtan.3tI 4 I I 1Tn'inLlI 4 I I 1 1 Tm r 322355': 4 .15. Fana .i I5, 2.. W. B..n. 1 In I : M manlyMack.
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k.. l *Hm HMM im: <..*. Tiara twl27 121 T:, Total M a" M 3sIsi 5)s10! .i.*..,., I I I "<-.... <9i:.. .pd Jours Time of ..-. Z.1J. annually said s h<' 5,7'" tf -r-
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6..1. w BiaiaXn: LoIIK8e :R iMM _ 45I 4,84 51-1 ; ; ; ; T. .ti 4J 13 JI IT tl Salad n: 1 12713
ard.rt.. .. .. : Cm H -.... $ b* 6r+eBkei4; N.. ,...11. .: ._ *21 .i-3 ; LanfrauLp&UOUDP 11 1 1 INBw.w a 1XWahLTk Oilnn 845 1-3 !_UWaatJmim : i 't make a pt" tHe -, ,
a' R'**a> M Mia Len ea rat: 7 rm I Ere,: Mtttwll. Run batml t.: Johnirai.RwrM . 1 1 5 1 I. 1 4 1 .. 545 1551 I Williams' Homer cited each' for -'n:" n.-1 tfleMinii
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all. .",f .*rlf > hi S iml.... '' ..n has: <',...I.1Od (. :XAnrk 1. BM a ) : ... ISIS I ; 2. rj. T...... Mia: Fprnn :. KoHovar" Shades Tigers 2-1 I I The sore arm ;h 1 i 1
I eff .,......a) I U t raawlH '1 balls ffff Rash. !. .rr I.O.d i Kink out: BJH I 1"1IU. 1 5555IAPs'lse4 2. Arolint Turk r._... rlonM mm: TurkMMMb '
.. ... '. w'ff. : Ranh 7 .. l' 154IasNr.e . .. ,, j Prank Shea of tl:0! N -
) "'r' ; lwpi n I hr Ger. I. t tn pr.rhw hj RMckiMnkiirn "'101. anf Applui Bntgi" Ttauhl BOSTON i tAP I Ted Williams" .
. ,_ w Plrvlllik Attas.4aaa: :)._ 1 '. *."mn., pi" I 5.c..ft I I npirv* Berry. "..'n. Hiio- .. : 1/ .1. %. '-. Left as ,,_. Itilras *. WxhinsMl I 24th home run of the year. a two nod t
4.... UWI) I baH and McKinln Time 1 34 A:tendanceLakeland : Tola] : U 124 -f:,... 34 f 117a 7 Rain as ...11. off Rid_ *. aft < 44W .... In i mrsauftCM !kn 1' IJI. left center field screen in .
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14122IHb.4rr :2' 1 =Sinilrt, tut Wahl Sit,. .ni S In 1 1. nff fart J in 1. Hit hr nttrnerhi : I inning last night enabled the >
bAt : m hit the .
t 1 1 2 1 S..>.til. rf 4 1 1 : It "fitailM ofr H"" al ia Mk.Bortna fan Hxriitn I.",n. ft,.rlter B...-. 1'.' Boston Red Sox to shade the Detroit -: two-i
.4 I 1 I .,...." 'I I 1S Begins I, 1_ h::1151-. Dir.. Rnmmel. 1 Taiaarella and Borer Time. 2lt'entlinrf season.
7satw.lr I I t'S.trtsMl. "0111" NI Iii-.7 "' 3'ra. I Tigers 2-1 and snag a losing I II
w' 1 1 IAkI1sYa11 1 t l 9 I Ii r.rmra: ,,"' Va.f. Rriii Rua* Ka.... 111: ----- streak 'hich bad extended through I
\ er1 4111.10' .. 2111 $ Rebuilding Plan Flowers .1 thewhite
: Elllan X, Rimrll Tw..m.. Max UrnaniM *
3 11 1 a 0.11; 3 1 1 l 7 Brown Win four sanes
and sIlphtirare
L4ikmt 1 RalanJ" MurflT 1 Two baw lilt: Harper I
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: I l I.3 11 114a local merchant. has been named >ovl.i.' Bnarna elan: MH1r.5. tnrtnnatl Adaaa I.ta Raw T_..na Lrfl ballatoafjvtn oaltaw ; Czech Doubles n S II I l V..ff. i 1 2 5/ j
___. 1 I l Fl.by M . I I Jij
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head of committee to fnfrtnmnl 1. Eratt 4 TlMkl 2.Gumb.rt .
a joint con- j :
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I 1. sirik..mts: Johami 1. Eramt 1. | j : : := : I
4 2pl U;: T141e1 40322711 duct a campaign to raise $20,000. ,,, off Joknooft a ... T I. 1 Inmnn; Llfn.rm .- I I PRAGUE r IAP1 Tom Brown of a t a 1 I ,
111 t 1 1 Ist.1l' .. 11tid 5I-'f:: 3/ 1 4 0 tMSn.b 4 5 4 2/
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I aid to be the minimum needed I r C b>ir.n-> 1. krautt 3 ''a'' San Francisco and Jack Harperof I ,
b-t IMI III E'.n't l l J 2 Jae s III I' 1- :
1 r 4 J H.ik 1 in 1 l' Gnmhfrt. 1 I la t.W DELUXEFILTERS
i III 141 to keep the Lakeland franchise in . ; Australia won the doubles title "un a 3 8 2 I 1 TTk4Im.2554 .
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R.14.. tA1.4. Gwr.t. Lukk.. at home. i i tennis tournament yesterday by I ,. ..,. 55525)) I ITr'02.
._ ._ kw 1_, .at-tfteo: R *wll. i I King said present plans call fora defeating Jaroslav Drobny and I 255.11 I
.Walk Ott Ship .*< ... ........ !. Miae. Loft r 81.w. complete reorganization of the Rosemary Buck Bohous Cernik Czech Davis Cup bHi'rh(24 105541 '
'" > -. 4. e.w1> Raoea ea ballt: eft \ -
... . i corporation and the team. Reuben 4-6 7-5. 1-6 6-3 75. taat
1 aft ewiMarw 2 "ff lett 1 I stars 2'4.1 24 t T24 5)f TWakJ 31 2 82T ;

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I t tbal-w41! ,....... 1wi1 .' . : r < a'rhar: I"!. he would step down but >time this year that Czech fans had Mr-mt _.-_ __ __ _ 150 IM IIw-. .
: Ba.'"kTiaM. S 14IT'S wanted to retain an active partIn 1 SOUTH ORANGE. N. J. LAP) seen their favorites lose in dou- B... 2s5 w ah-3
- ---- I running the outfit. Seeded bles and four days be- : Meta Bama kana4 t*: IMrHt Wallow ,I II
foreign players In the : came Just I. T. haaa Mt: tfala. Tkraa-aaaa: Mala
The plan calls for the sale of I men's singles featured the openingdays fore the European zone winners Hoar -nn Wimaraa. DaaM* tar: Laka. ta.Maaa '!
I I ,,. _. Swiss I.R. .... .. 841
Danatl 1
shares in the club in dentmina- i tiiianniiML Loft aa. kaaaa:
action as the 21st annual leave for Canada to meet the sur- .
i .,. Itaila: aff "Trarkl 1. *rr ...'- 4 91 y
[WIEH TIME ; tions of $500 or less. A new business Eastern Grass Courts championship :.! vivors of the Canada-Australia I airurk Ar ht Trarka :. ttt HitcrMm I I mpRnr .,.. .... lit ... e

\ I manager Is the be sought its DaVis H.iratt. Papardla aad 9na>atn. Tiaw, 1.U. ,
1 and all : began nine-day competition I tie in the Interzone Cup I ....... "'.. players with the possible
i yesterday afternoon at the' Finals. t

I exception of two or three will be Orange Lawn Tennis Club. I Brown meets Drobny today in Frenchman New ChampPARIS WJlrlZ.T" "

TO 'A I NT. . traded or sold if the reorganization II Vinicius Rurac Romania's No. the tournament's singles finals.Hartungrs ::
(API) Raoul Lesueur of
goes through. I i
1 netster and ranked sixth in the i/
MBA
France won the world middle distance : -
foreign draw scored a 62. 6-1 Arm Ailing
peed cycling championship
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win over R. V. Connerat of Atlanta -
a I Hart in Finals I PITTSBURGH' API' Clint Har- I yesterday with Jean Jacques Lam- _

I tung rookie righthander! of the I boley of France finishing second
41 Rosemary Buck of Dallas. Tex
Of Swiss TourneyLAUSANNE. a student at Rollins College provided ,- i New York Giants visited a local I in the final race 30 meters bj-

I 'hospital yesterday for an examination hind. ... r ensy
the day's lone minor upset
Switzerland [API I I : of an ailing right shoulder Elia Fto.: o of Italy. the defending -
l Doris Hart of Miami. Fla defeated 1by defeating Gloria Rustum of s ...
1! The big 24-year-old pitcher from : champion was fourth in the
Mapl wood. 6-1. 6-4. in another
Mrs. Mary Muller of South Africa. I Hondo. Tex. was hardly able to 100-killometer race behind motor- .... 41-13 t. ..
'first-round elash. Miss Rustum
6-3. 6-4. in the semi-finals of the move hi sthrowing arm when he cycle pacemakers at the Pare Des
Swiss International Tennis Championship : was top seeded at the Eastern : 41885y0 I4r.IIN' .
I awoke yesterday mornme Har- Prince Velodrome Le'tXf'UE'! : time

f Mlioo1Natu3 yesterday and will meet i' Clay Courts championship recently tung has a '7-5 record for the I was one hour 23 minutes and 38 ..
at Jackson Heights, N. Y.
Mrs. Sheila Summers of South year. 3-4 seconds

Africa for the women's singles title I :

today. l Baseball's Six r o ACTUALLY
Big
Mrs. Summers was leading Mrs.

Patt Todd of Hidden Valley. Cal- ''f E" As 'nted! Press CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH CLEANSESOIL

PANTS TODAY in the other semi-final 6-4. 8-7' tThr.e leader la lacy l $4ao> I

when the American defaulted, saying Mara ane) Club t ak r M act.W .
i lkr. Phiniet I 94 343 38 121 33Ji II NEWS ft* WttJ
she was exhausted by the heat. ,
PAINT STORE
AINOil i I, Boudrf. lndlalll 88 314 47 105 334 KNOCK and CLATTER
Rill Tl er 93 35S 41 117 .330
CUBS I DVanlo. Yankees 97 369 72 121 .328 MIN a A11tlaeMalbt
GET PREP STARCOVIlr'GTON
Ipallttf Pat.t I'r.ducu at Rcasonabl. Prices Guntne, Rates 100 388 68 128 .325 ICooper I, Don't let a noisy motor annoy yon. We are
Va. [AP Bobby Giant 82 311 56 102 323 equipped for factory overhauling or new t2Mltlitt
...m4.. Tn art IUnr Joe Brackens. 18. former Coving- Rims Batted In I
it'IIe **..*. ,....... ......... I National League ,, Amancan I I'motorb'n it can be financed
.C Hilt ton High School: athlete said yesterday Mr Giant 81 Wlltam.11 Laaaua Sox 71 BAHEY 5.0 ti .... 1411. F .

,.. ...4402 ...... MaNrS II that he had signed a baseball Marshall Giant 83 DiMatno. Tanki 71
lent pU.'G' Ietft rr arsipu contract with the Chicago Cooper Giants Henricb. Tankeea 6S 3 1 a
A. P. CLARK MOTORS Inc.
..('1. Cubs I Hems Runs I
ratrll 1 and had been ordered t o report National La.ua I American Ltagua0te I Motor E .ip. Oi.

1ST S. Oc oe Av.s at South! Street next February to Des Moines \ QUats 311 WUUams. Red Rue: 23

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I I 'Orlando, Florida, August 3, 1947 etjr *mtfcnj!J tntinrl-E-t lr p. I

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Prempis Bests I


Pick's State Softball Crown
[ Captures I

-: - __lJIIB r. 11 .\. r' I JLDnrocher Hyde in Tight

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Rickey Faces Tough-6: Row I I 2-0 Tussle Hambletonian's 22d Edition ':Worsham Hops Doerr Given \ocallmil I IDeJeit



III Set for 'The Works'In
I [See(,ol to Th!" Sunday S.nt.n1 J Starl Wednesday Running

Naming Bums' '48 Pilot ST. AUGUSTINE-L St. His Honor I
I I Augustine rookie, bested Hyde a-year ride up here to smiling Bill Kane's kite-shaped trotting -

in a brilliant mound duel here I horse .
". 4k ( API I !*n Durooher' aid Com. A. Bin park on Wednesday to discover they're not so BOSTON AP Sohhe DMof?

f C-: : 111 *>.* >.. lum nut A! baseball for all of 1947, last night as St. Augustine pushed I slick.Bill Golf Tourney popular firhl rapt sin of the NMI In T Mi
over tallies in the seventh and Tommy
.. will be the 22nd edition of the Hamble-
... ....* tn...urw| up in the standards. required or ex- t running Sox who ram to the Aawvtra*
eighth innings for a 2 to 0 win. Ionian and the slickers will be .
I
.....i-4 .4 """A"' .".rft nf ur baseball trams" It was a fast !game played in an clogging up the roads from New ST. PAUL (UP1 I.ewVorsham.. ... .I . .. .
w,4, and i" the clubs oldest veteran m ii- -
Chandler standard and be
44n u_ In th !
York and point, ; to take it
way m .
mmSKS T "A* .* IHfit < I- hour and 28 minutes and featuredby f. Standings as usual-only more so this time.. National Open champion edzed;: point of ormre at 21.ve.n ""f ope .....'I'- "a .. -... Shei .-
Jr
last
brilliant defensive was 1"I'n. night MptM
both
play
"' on I because Bill is figuring: on a all- out Fred Haas Jr.. yesterday to ...- t... 0

y *m* *m i. d..e Shotton Makes No I sides. FLORIDA ITATC ItAGUfT4r I time record crowd of 20.000. : take the lead in the $10000 St. tro't Before Tiger the some the papular.with she ItaMyarsphed he- tor* H ..*. 4* Us P*.* ...

Orlando held down St Augus- I '> (..... I As for the Corn Tassel Derby Paul Open Golf Tournament. a a' p-eat I-th01Oai40'1- ..' ..,
ul ,.ssIff, I. Comment Leo's tine's scoring by flashing four nllLAO:>l'O it r.r.-.L : that annually switches this dreamy .... ..... .
m on double plays.A o.Lo". II. i.0hujr,1rn50.itI. St 1>.o50a II.-h. lOranee County highway hamleti Worsham's 66 yesterday shoved - A.. .heais W'.. ao. ;. ftIH

I.si..' walk to Wilkes Labda's single ... Awg'nti.a at SsnMolAMOSICAN into Times Square or the loop for him into a one-stroke. 54-hole m eterv 'h1.ras .055 .' hi.... F''11"

,.q, Ip pg Recent StatementsCHICAGO and Manning's error at third let I LUIU one fast afternoon the trotting lead. ending a day of shooting' thai Am.nraspl'er .LNIW ,.,. ...... I .... A" . ,"

4p ( aa.di a in the first St. Augustine run in Taa. W. L. Pet SiT.a.. W. L. Pet CBN I hose stal-gazers here about aw' par on the Keller golf coursetake J-a-a tIIR .. pi.. ........ SS ....
APt A judicious T.wk '7 W .a.. l ,...1.. 41 I? ..*. II nf t the Sossl. .
,' M the seventh In the eighth, Prem- .. SB figure there be a field of anywhere a severe beating. **.to sew 4 ar* ; .
M rommrnt yesterday became lfM '1"t. !1's Walk t>* 43 51 4W IInttmtt ant tn.-a l hew.siaP9
*I I pis singled and later scored on V> H .;,!> |II ."...... tt 0' t34 from nine.to 15 shooting at Haas leader at the halfway I ball andirti" t* tMM irvr Mfla* m, se 1'h"
t B *rt Shot ton'. answer to the Johnny Pawlick's one-bagger. 1'1111'111. ;;oJ" ->** !I.': <> (_ SI 5* K. S I the big end of the $55,000 pot this mark hot 68 wtii.rsT r.0i. ..' 1W. .., ..... .-
... .,....., a four-undrr-par men t .. . . .
Ia siaii atalement made by Leo Durocher OKLANOO Y. the ---II a... .. .io.hePi
''IT.
; AUGUSTINtmatliw : to jo with his 36-hole total of : .
._ beast
.. 5. TS 2 ::1. iI.t.,4 '''' IiInS'I' time.It 4 mirit ., .
,._ MiS in fUn Antonio. Tex. Friday thatdid 1.'Iw..H .brh.. . I lDdJ.1t .It r .0.104 ..-* raltM .i..l nf "''H Nvratn* may turn out to be the 135. sedan' f 1mm the ihes 1Whs' S
I'Mtwm not hanker to %l.a.an3b3 I . 3'IZt. "',( 45,55,501'. biggest paycheck for a Hamble- 50 1 ... ... .. 'CM
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con- An-.If 4 I I .. I Rd Km **... ..
Kt Last 9rhtra Worsham .
and .
R'nIPl.1f 3 S S a r.ti.h..i 4 I I % S 1I'Mlrlll' tonian winner since Hano"f"'ABertha Haas were followed Lj L.1 Pte's' on" .
thiMe of the Brooklyn .
a manner 11 aidlnttmt 1 dub which
tbwN RnI.T' 4 S I S I I'pi..l.lf, 4 5 I 4 a :* by National PGA ChampionJim wa. .... ...
.r .- 001 tM'
.. 5500,5 T. 1'.imi' I I5JI0.T'd.1 went a-digging gold backin
i Onttarn after this N'5on. r. If a S I a 'vitks:'. 2 I I 5 S 5. pr ntd tar
NtetlM broke his 'no """ ",_.1" S S I" a '..,'cti.11t 1 5 a iz arhI..f '. CI.1 1130! and comment Mir J Ovumwait
** .
-.u1 I the 2. S I I .hoI... I. I I I TnthaHU pittlw. *: i.ntt ami l not ,."r-la In atand Durochf'r'sf.mark _. purse.
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only on : at.*
I hed that Shotton did not even | "R,<1..a 3 255 0 1 5 SStIII..P""P"IS., 2 iaai! a IT.4.1. I 5.50th..1fII,1, :al >.. T"rk-Blwl (> it n R.rf I The feeling is growing here bout sham shot both nines!': in 33$. thrcrundE'r Do th d* he. . par on each side In his -
511-I<<
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want to wear a Dodger uniform. < .. ... that a giant gee-gee who was picked unit from Mr. a... )1ft T.. W
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kS sa. a1 u', TMaI'. : 2 I r. ISIklan4a I'i.it at '"'--' 11'1.1'') s's. ro.I threesome' was Ed Furcol who !shota .. f' _
.u p.JIaL'
,. i' off the bargain counter for _
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5550 *5 55. 16-lwoe _
__ -I think I ran de a better' job i A"....,.... Saq 5415 000 505 111r. 505.4SI -: f"L Iff.9 a* riiHa'Wpliia' (52'-Rin1f t SI< ftk I $4.600 as a young fellow two sears 69 for a 208 total. and Toney Yawkey; a UV. ltd ... ....... ""'* t 11heher'w .. .. ''" .
board from
thet 4. UMMlnc the Dodger' in rivil- .rm..; t4ann... Pi.rpii :r. Ri." ..."... I..: ,and ftanrnf ..J-* .... FI irt "nil and MarCmraio I by R. Torace Johnston th> Penna. whose 69 ]left him at :.!09. motor 1 P .. asi IPlr "" ,
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wa
r..II.s 1. T. ""I: "1''. .. .5114. .ITis I players pcwMMMI
I. * *f the Un ...Ih" the '!-, ar.old ----- '
P SMMH .
S...ito...: R-aiti.. IDdJ. POSMO 511T1: Minntrg it W..h.t-'s.--LapS* U Tl n Charlotte N. Coo trotting man. will Ted William red Hither efcttr' ti' he.. *
.41 *. o h. Ml-in piM al4. Tve neverpUnntd nil.." to 5140.1.50: Noda I. H..II '. "......... I slice the pie this time. : a *5 -.... ...... P P. .. w..
I. t. *>n the coaching -: NTi. .I. ,.,hr..... is ft..II; I.,.....n4 ,. R..Ii NATIONAL lEAGUE I Sanford Turns and foot lon) from the Vox offfc . ... C III
_H ,5 k.i.n- L.n ... ......; 011._ I. IIr. A's- T"y' 6a'. He is named Rodney and when staff; a leather. trawttM chet .., th I .4 Ps
: ;' .MM. I reel I ran do a better" X. Bam iw halls: off H.d. 2. ?! =. piohos. : lw's aol .I't r.tsIs I,, he's on the track he's so big the from the cluMxiuae fcayt. a IMMtraielmc .. ......... ... 0'w a
IWb *f managing bv remaining Pi_,4. "rark Ml: h, BTd J. tn PrnnpU I. p. I .. .... .. '
..,.. .... others look like ponies. He's done from Tramer WM . p .. ... pf)1.SKPhN. .
'i <
I.">rn W.imim Tivlnr TIIM: I I.\: >nr Tort al rimtxirih .Mo1y 5 II 7i ease!
I *ja'ip...- MI the. kenrh at all times. -- ---- I ...t J...... t Ia-SI n Rn U(I and Hl.h. (I.Hi. the mile in 2:02.: which is consid- Daytona 5-0 Green and frt 'nd* .) -.

SImi Z= :. '__ Mvttlon U the only manager in I 0vh5 Kno) ,_.1 5,25 Inrlimart o... Rtarkvrll 515005IT-Illd tit Jl ."H Klffmtfttn erably better than milk'agonhorsp :,., T r ,_ ". .1 Gifts from the fan for Damhis ,1I heW _._ S I tie
***** i- c 'in* National l> *iie who does not Woody Bottoms Sets I t I time.Rodney wife and 'l'ey.raWwere MB ...... 400. (O'"s' 24" A5*
Wie Rmnkirn htrasoRitnri. il.-;. MH up for games. Connie Mack of n I a heat here and too numrrou. to HM' 1 U ''''' lhe55.50ia's
-*' t I. 4 the' Philadelphia Athletics is the Hot Pace at Plate rlskbIvhII 1 . .I 10'. 1.10I.'I. S'I. there along the way. but the only Sanford Feds shut out Daytona ---- -. ('1oat Ca'. S ..* I '
only other major league pilot who I 5..:. ,ii50, R... iT-i. one in this vears field who has Beach 5-0. here last::; mpht: It w' .... S' .. .. ...

I. 1-.r $ dheela HM club while attired in a Among FIL SluggersMIAMI TERNATIONAL LEAGUE I whipped him and come back to marked the second nisht; in a row Ginter NewAddition t........ ,

4h r Ift. he44eM Mit i T ... w. L. Pel.,TM.. w. L. Pet.M make it stick in more than one I that the Feds have whitewashed ... lyt. p ...... .
__LIa w 1he4 II! RarMr I hi* season. Shotton TAP I Woody Bottoms Umipii. ..... II (II Rnrtmtn .1'" .4"i'j heat is Hoot Mon a fast stepper Grover Hartley's Islanders. I' ..... ...ii. Pefiehe .. .....
qrs 21,50 12 ST '.4P..S 115 from the Castleton Farm of Mrs. DAYTONA BEACH I SANFORO To .ot'-w. --..... .....
St. sq
HH on record as not wanting Petersburg shortstop led the '00-' I' 0itss III .5,5. aSoSsa.
kthe la Mind in the' way of Durochrrrrtarntnc Florida International League hit Eli ifTal,: it '3 B lumntRnult : :i .13* I James B. Johnson! of Rochester 5.4,50., S 0 3 ;T.3I.M.59'.0o A 2 0Znk. ..50.... qIpIi. .......... ...5.
tit to the Dodgers' in 1948"MwMen parade yesterday for the third Tnt r4ay I II Mien. and Lexington; Ky. And .,,..Ik I S 14. : T."...." O. i I .n '.... '10''" C' ....... Po. ts.
.
n. I. ".r...T I "U Rnrbe'tf J. Rnrmrr U I a a Har fta).tf 4 0 0I Orlando StaffLewis
has commented further consecutive week The stocky in- I T Baltlnnrr ;. 5.00,1.. t I him. he figures to be the big .. 4 a I 1 'iLak! ..:-J:> 4 I 2 I II,04..tI. ..
that he will 1 bf'lOmu'hue Inball'ba fielder with
Js, an average of .368. I '55,5" 15500* '05545545, I threat to the favorite. providedhis 4 5 1 1 "FIIt rfvM.!b 4 a I 1 n 1 P Ginrrr farmer Syracuse ... IN..
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. n" next utason has rammed out 56 hits in' 152 Eiip-ki. f 4 0 1 I "'_.rf '; I I *
recent lameness is all gone. IIMtft'It 2 a a II"l"mi..r 5 0 J l'm\'f'J'o.lt'\l halfback who
>M M Ilk Mrm times at bat.Lamarr Colonel rO'F First I Alond with Hoot Mon. Mrs. %I..1o-.p3Si1Zl.a'.Tb lot TA coached at a Svracn* lilY.. fc RI.ili\M SiARwI1 .. ....
Murphy. husky Tampa Ir.._.. ISITs I
d $m S ..*itr rt at the end of the 194Ss Johnson( will throw a one-two I school la't"flAt arrned..>.i..r .. .wI I .* *.*. ffholton had n. contract Smoker outfielder. is second with I .. r t \ I .P Sher' L
In Mars punch at the big pot with Volo- T al!> i* J 15 Twah SI s'7 cSaufnr to locate hinwlf and hu ftwtr
the Dm4qi4 "',* never had a contract with 350 and Havana's Mario Diaz HandicapNEW tone as his entry-mate Volotone. Dsa r.clI aM __ preparatory to minima the O-*- i...... .. -

.d he 1* ISo4I" Mr, Rkkry and I don't know third with ..347.Outfielder YORK (API) C. C. Tan- himself. is nothing for the othersto Emrs 4-Tnrtalt. )1..01/101. $rifle.in "IDI Sit 111I-ba'tfd: do High School coachat n.ff ttn .....RIIIlV _

sSslMa ..hv I should have one now" he Ned Harris of West ner's Colonel OT came from behind sreeze at-even if their hay ill.-.Lit 2. Hamiutno. SitmflrM. \ .BKwn Tunha .. Fall. .. NIf -.:. heNtno _
Palm Beach remained the Class 5sI-Rs55 Ftlip.k5 Ktnlm >" --Mu '
Cloop's
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ppffl said Dnrorher always rhallenf on the last turn and then fever pops up. t. 5i-I.. .b. "."., ,1" I1m.5'. p-'s': Gmtrr will he backfield' esaph 0 -
b ri II th.hef *>d mpirr's derUlon* If theret home run king with 23 round withstood a stretch rush by Pick The top dark horse\ of the lot Sism, Tn J",,.. to SIo-i; Z.'sni.-. '5.a's and head basketball roach tWayear. .sO ('hn.... -5--r
P iwdI ground for argument.aed trippers for the season. Benny Ber- '** Zo_. l"ff .... ...... -IHi Tona r>;.thm ". ........ ohs ..-.-. ..........
any . .
the another Prm \
Me Up to win (10 000 first is Kentuckian Clarence lI.nt""' 7 R... ... "sII..41 )I... ,. R. V. R. RooneBoone .14.
ls1 fUn he was thrown out of nandez with Tampa is second place money of the Mars handicap Gaines Way londer. wholl b.> 1 ".,.,.,., .... hr M.jr1n' :. 50.....i 2FA said GIRtH" IntatsiKir t01S I 1.. OIM ... ... ......
-p-1 the In. game sometimes he wasftftd. with 12.Havana's. *""! hall-Tf"ant1 wtnnint' p*'*is.flp v- -... .NI .. --
feature race of the closing I piloted by Tom Berry. the vet 550,,. S problem was Incattnc a ...e he
5000500-3t'Ilo' )1"1' ml
._ -IthSSI The crowd l bred It. Shot- pitching staff. as they day of the Saratoga-at-Jamaica eran harboot who brought Ches- 5.155,5, T5' .0 g'_ "'. p. ) rent. 'He and .htn wife ....* two ..... the ... --- 110
k MM V*rt tmmK ton Just ut on the bench Insteps have most of the season dominatedthe -- RwWathfl1srd .....
tertown home last and children. foar
meeting yesterday. Our Tommywas year and *e fw. a a4 ...
he$.' *ttI fte cloth and said nothing. I league hurling honors. Conrad teMatch ,.. ...
third in the 11-horse mile anda Hanover's Bertha back in 30. Tag On'Am anxious to find a &*tr to hire \11II
tvq There were' other and even more Marrero led the league with 19 sixteenth event for three year The rest of the field doesn'tfiltUre year:' he said\ L.-I tT.. jt4v :-
the I1UM.1ftMMMv I weIp wins against two losses and teammate th a..
Important differences' The Dod- olds. The winner's margin wa a with these four. although Vet - -
,. S rta* MI the lees .on consistently so that by I Julio Ma f eon was second with neck in a photo finish. Buckshot Bho is owned by Wrestling ... wilt! .... '.. SaIN he Q'MIIIIIa

the first of August they' held a 14 wins and two losses. Ridden by Eric Gusnn, Colonel Martin Burke of Troy N. Y.. took ClermontEustisMeet __ ..... -.
hart < YMta. The Tampa Smokers held the Program Tuesday .... .. .. . .
rooimandmt nine game lead over OF was clocked in 1-46: 4-5 and one heat from Rodney this Spring. .. .es .. ;
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_4J team batting honors with a .281 Grand Parade is the hope of E J. in Vital TiltCLERMONT.flghtUsg ,_. P11 Titi '
the Cardinals and appeared to paid $8.40. $5.20 and $4.10. Pick A mam-event bout and an Aus- :&it
percentage In 3,581 times at bat. Baker of North Brook. HI. to At.... Ie. whe a .
.have th* pennant in their grasp. Me Up paid $18.40 and $9.30. Our tralian tag team match headlinesthe "
And th* crowds kept coming back the smokers have collected 1.008 Tommy was $7.00 for show. bring the Baker Acres Stable An- weekly 1 Am Vetsponsoredwrestling ..... ..1.Mhei1.pheaS......

p444 is1siLd'oriiefl to Ebtoets r>*ld in Increasing numbers safe base hits-including 50 home I other Hambletoman' win-the first card lined up by Promoter place in the poet-.ea.*>n llheo-. M 14a ... ........ ... '" ..
runs.
xr4ini even 1948 record. I' PASSEAU RETURNS was back in 35 with the one-and- 1 Temple Mason for 8:30
I p.m. nessv playoffs of the' L keCMM' *
1 But the matter of 1948 is not CHICAGO tAP) Claude Pas- onlY Greyhound. Deanna Hanoveris Tuesday at Legion Arena. League Jerry Morrtowi CVflnMM i :

I simple, If the Dodgers were now Cigar Bowl Ticket I seau veteran Cub pitcher. returned ; the candidate of Lawrence B. 1 I Tommy Nilan. squat Australian Hilltoppers will meet IM BMt. iMa

M the scond division as many to the Chicago squad here : Sheppard of Hanover. Pa.. and matman. and mysterious Mr X. Highlanders in a playoff of a PM. *> - -
\ esp-rted" them' to be Rickey could!! \Sales Plan Completed yesterday following a five-day absence may have Ben White-who is better hook up I n the feature match over poned here at 3 M
game put .... . .. .
known as Mr. Hambletonian . .. lit ..
( II Ke Bhotton a friendly pat on the TAMPA [API for treatment of an infec- the three-fall one hour time limit
",,1 Organization was because he's viloted four Hamble- today he ... To... a- ,..." 0... ...
bark, and say Thanks for the tion of his left arm. "Hell beready distance. i .
i1,1r' completed yesterday for distribu- The Hilltoppers ditwfd a < i .
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help old chap. You know where tion of tickets for the second an- to pitch by the middle of tonian winners home in the Mason said he would stage a decision to Eustls lat WeiM.e.ds'and Car'o.n. .n'I i 5.Wahns

t the gait' is. Now well let an expert nual Cigar Bowl football game here next week," Mgr. Charlie Grimm sulky. I I "country store" door prize special with the defeat tUpp** rroM

\Il take over New Year's Day, it was announced predicted. this week. with prize::!* of different fourth to fifth place a half pam. '. .. .
\ But auth words would come yesterday by Potentate Joseph S.I Joe Verdeur Smashes classifications going to the customers behind Umatilla A victor for u.. -,iI
with the Dodgers in the (I
bark hard Adams general chairman of NOTHING TO IT! Backstroke Records : locals today; would boost them inif
wMId srt"* bowl committee of the Egypt NAYATT R. I. (API I Johnny a two-way tie for fourth witn 'h*. fl.

Temple Shrine, its sponsor. Levinson of Kennebunk. Me. became TYLER Tex. (API Joe Verdeur. Ocoee Orlando present tenants Jack Qin'
I The setup includes 14 commit I the first golfer to win the freshman at LaSalle College of Clermont ace will b* Mflrruon

tees working under an executive New England Championship three Philadelphia and representing AAB choice in this vital paine while"
committee Adams said. The gen- times as he defeated Ernie Doherty Brighton Drake Swim Club of Atlantic Play Today'I I Harry Bailes will probably b* op

BOATS eral public will be given preference. of Woburn. Mass.. 4 and 3, in City. smashed the Nationaland r .,. "" T ,, ") ".-. .,.'.' '"r' posing him.

on a requisition plan with orders I the 36-hole final match of the I American records for the 200- OCOEE-The 0 co e e Lake- '
being filled as received. 1947 renewal here at the Rhode Island meter backstroke in preliminariesof Orange Leatrue team. which has : A newly born kancaroo!< i* roT

"Requisitions will be available at Country Club. | the National AAU Swimmingand : completed its 1947 league; play. about one inch !lese and veit

10% OFF bus stations within a radius of 100 i: of Fort !' Diving Championships yesterday : will meet the Orlando AAB nine approximately 1 3VI ft' a p .,IP,.,
It was on the well-curb I ___ __ __ _
ANY BOAT IN STOCKTOMAKEROOMFOR miles of Tampa Monday or Tues- Crailo in Rensselaer N. Y. that I here at 3:30: p.m. today in an exhibition u
day and orders will be filled as Dr. Richard Shuckburg. a British' Verdeur. defending champion in baseball game
this event did the distance in The OAAB is first-half
soon as received Adams said. nine
Army sat watching the -
surgeon
I 2:41.2: ",'hlchas 2.1 seconds un- champion of the Class A Baseball ----
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Colonial troops gather in 1758 and :
der the national record set by .
NEW EQUIPMENT Tea consumption in the United i whistled the tune and composedthe John Higgins of Olneyville Boys League in Orlando.JacksoQville
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States is of of "Yankee
three-quarters a i satirical verses t Club Providence R. I. n 1936

ORLANDO pound per capita per year. Doodle. and two-tenths of a second better Writes c .

than the American record held by Williston FinishJACKSONVILLE GOOD

OUTBOARD Higgins also set in 1936. I I (rAP 1 The ,
Linemen From
Charging Upright -- -- -
Prognosis Winner At I Jacksonville Carpenters avengedan TASTE
MARINE earlier tournament defeat at (
Position Latest Grid Wrinklethe Bunker Hill HandicapBOSTON I the hands of the Dixie Lily Millers
: by eliminating the Willi!;ton team t, JCId1
[AP) H. G. BedweU'sPrognosis
-T..f CompUte Marine from the State Semi-pro-Baseball ." I
NEW YORK [UP] From remote resort of Sun Val- caught J. L. McKnight's Tournament :jesterday 13-9. ,,
Fnlpmnl More"
I Icy Idaho, yesterday came the strangest football news front-running Agrarian-U about J. B. Robinson. the fourth Carpenter !
wire to the
100 yards from the win
Pr.ALFR: FOR since Ossie Solem briefly intr oduced a reversible center at $10,000 added Bunker Hill handicap to see action. was credited

I Syracuse-the Brooklyn Dodj;er linemen are going to play yesterday by a length and a with the win while Cecil Hutson

"toms" IUUT from an upright stance inste;id of a crouch this season. I' half with Mrs. J. D. S. Coleman's went all the way for the losng

a rrvriJOIIN '.'' BOAT II "1 know this is something new.. Boston Man more than three Millers i iI

and controversial." Coach Cliff lengths farther back before a 25-
a OV MOTORS of coa hes may not agree with me 749 crowd at Suffolk Downs !
Battles said. "But for years I have
I MICHIGAN fROPFLLFRS: : I wanted to abandon the traditional I on this." i The winner. 7-2 second choice FOR DEPENDABLE \3E\\

/ ,adieu three or four-point crouching I I "Just the same I really think covered the mile in the fast time I RADIO SERVICE \
I TA.fAT-rO CTSHIONSrt stance, especially when blocking I linemen have been handicapped of :37:4: : as Mt. Desert Stable's !

I angles are concerned. But I never I for years by always going into the Tim B. finished fourth with Mrs. CALL

Vhf A44'UU .. "' ."" Mtl a .ipM. .ly equippedfiM found a club willing to risk it. : three o!' four-point stance." he Margie Fisher's Shivaree New
I ........ *.r repair chop17M I II Now however Freddie Fitzsim- 'said "Ive: spent hour after hour York invader who went a 2-1 fav- ASSOCIATED 5300 'Yilt. tJ ,

I mona our manager, is in agreement explaining to my men with orite winding up fifth. : I ..,r"' ttt4 'Y"1I1tf --
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patterns teams especially -
I In what might well go down as 1 h tbem' .... "
the understatement of the year. since they always crouch 1 b. iea ......
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101 .
"'-4&. StvrdyI4o Battles said that he thought "lots when _nas charging proved our,! .however lines Experience that Are you planning an .: i ,,,,pO"an' ,,, ,.

i ,.4 4* t C4 S S....,>. ** ...|.....'|.:|''I I..I:'Ii'I'C.I', , , ." 1,1 .i:5leI.: : more times than not their charg- 1 ..... .... ..
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a I ing tactics may change and throwus I t ... Uken ...--.1'"..' 1'
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.." i I Winter Park Telephone i it position linemen will is that have the better Brooklyn risibility You want your car to be in tip-top condition not I ; I ob"!fotf.1tS,ft....if1' .,. ...... -....... .. I

and balance and thus be ,.", .,.._....................

t I: Company better charging able opponent to cope with their' only on the inside but the outside too. Improve the -- IOU aec't"start'\.. a',. "".. .... I


offering "Im convinced that if my men appearance of your car so you can be proud of it suits
$1' I go into the line standing insteadof :

II I 4% CLASS "B" CUMULATIVE PREFERRED STOCK I crouching. they will be able tosee wherever you go. Send it to Sam Jones for a quality I
better just what the other fellow : I kbImt
Par Value $100.00
. _.lts awl ... It,' ;. is doing and then knock him but flawless
lip S out. he said. paint job not just an ordinary paint job
I ; 1
: PRICE They will be able to follow .
$100.00 craftsmen who take in
more effectively the particularman auto painting by master pride j

they are assigned to hit on a I '
:. Prospectus Available specific play." their work. All nicks and dents skillfully removed. ? 2-- I II

Inquire .I Battles also stated that the "ad 5554 J
: ditional height of each player : 11

: CARL H. GALLOWAY should screen handling of the ball Be Sure It's the BEST Send if to SAM'S

in the backfield and add to the.
PRESIDENT deception. WALTER MENGES 1

:: 28 East New England Avenue ; "Running linemen can pull out SAM JONES PAINT & BODY SHOPDial ; i
faster in leading interference. and : cloth.eI.M111;

bflq ..** tI 4 std41 ..... $! :i Phone Winter Park, Florida No. 503 i- should general be pass improved protection by enabling too. i i I' 6628 130 N. Garland [at Jefferson] MICHAELS STUN Veto ,.* .Il. ; .1

1 : I blockers to position defensive men ''I

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( i Aleno Ineligible for FSL Bat District Softball Meet Opens Here TomorrowFletcher I


Title; Hoag Leads, Bevil High :


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t i tti. ...* M'RINGS Tha& some last. minute. 8
long Page Elje; unbatj S.tl1til1d-&'tar Orlando Florida August 3, 1547
: .** "r-mg for ,
u> m prntfx-ct the Class D Florida
.MotorsTopSeeded Game WIaII
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I a.r' ... *Hh IK" return' ltm Atlanta to DeLand of t ,

*_ feutfcirdMclter and veteran of the base- 1

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tlir 141 championship and wasn.d
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*t last year by Hoag I III

The pot week 5&San ford
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_I,, -p MM(recur_ RMMietlal dtnrtor John duties Krtder replacing as- Tournament I This We


fen Murray who Is being retained

a* nmnd .B*.rman and Johnny Fletcher Motors of Orlando. 10. I S 44. "f**

La'I TnMf PtUwn to fully managerial cal All-Star combine. has beet .... ......

...... IK Palattka after a urge of top-seeded for the DIStrict. 2 .75 f. I'u ,..

............ Southern Division softball tournament .... P'm."s14 ..

4r -m" 0.-..... Mttrenaton of I>Land opening here at Exposition ." . A ...

dS.4I Mw BUI Utetoerke by Acting; Park at 7:45 p.m. tomorrow with r,. . ..

-- Prm 1*..J Herkmc al o was a hlghNvtit < 12 teams competing.C. '... .-

.* tHr meek for it was the L. Varner. vice president cf II

firs tMMf Stetnerfce the mostptaver the district; softball associationand 'I lit

h.. frfI of the loop had 'tournament director announced % / I .. 44 . .

w.. ed out of action this waMH that Fletchers had been .35445s- .. .

N ... top-seeded and that Waverly. Orlando : "t It,....... .4 E
. hi,
.s : :
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JayCees and Yowell-Drew- .. ... A0
r.l.ah'. f..r a first dirifttn -
riey of Daytona Beach were seed om .548' .%1''S < 0,4 'AS4 -
.. ft I. ., tpol rerehed a rude set-
ed 2-3-4, respectively. ... . -
hack at the .\ul... dropped
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Two scheduled each igtE1 ... '" r, ...
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0 hi !.. lut .f three t. GainesTille games are .i' 4 a J

It i.*e the nab. an eren split night from Monday through Friday's aY 43' '*

hi sis thranch WednesA semi-finals, with the finalsat I 143.53. .4 __" A .. 5
.4 I,,. U"'" -
*, nicM and .lnre Sanford 8:15: p.m. Saturday. 1,4354 ..r..* "*' ,

Winner of the Southern cham- ", 1... ... -- $554
LI ,,t ..4t a* splitting fnnr the difference -
between the two did not pionship will meet the winner of AMATEUR HOPEFULS START PREPARATIONS: Three entrants I .1... Ys t 35K Ii

$ lIiar, the Northern division meet. which II in the Optimist Club's Central Florida Amateur Boxing High football player, is taking tune-up ,hen of T p..r" \.'"f lJ7 --. .. I

.. Awruftiine was only t..o the runs district concurrently championship at Ocala.in for a : Tournament opening here Aug. 18 are shown engaged bag and at tight, Johnny Hinton t'ps: "if t n w-rt 'j* tH S I-. .. J W ..... Sill

w_ ..... WhiM leiue leading: three-game series.Tournament ; in training activities At left, Duke Cornell heeds instruction rub-down administered by H. A |Red Wcelft""Of"l tm.njr ::.. t. :. .....

Otwvi1k.. while DeLand and Or- pairings througn : on the use of the left hand given by Phil Igou, former University who will work with boxers during tro nmg and dw ng' fhf ........ 0 5 -& .1 ::9i
.. .
... sve tied for third place
Thursday's quarterfinal : j A
games of Florida ( "t _
Thi.i the ; boxer. At center, Chandler Akin, Orlando | tourney.
Wednesday night Tomorrow: O'Brien's Pharmacy '. -- - -
lI rs-snI.d week saw Galne of Winter Park vs Lake o T* -=
I ts'h550p --
,.iI. w.. ,.... ., seen; St Au- Walrt tt ;';43 p.m. and KISMIII- .
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p441.4 .
.905 "
E I-- $ ...... ... ol fin: DeLand mee vs Dundee at 9 p.m. (upper Eleven Sign for Ring Show Clearwater Ministry Students 'n1480. 5404 P041 $5-....

.. b.4 ti,.. of .... white LeesMM bracket first round]. I I' l.h*. .1-j'.

% :_ ... DajlMta dropped two Tuesday: Waverly Olsens Df I !' I 14 5 .. ... ....4O5

'i 4 urt Ia fII ....... tWo rema&iflK three Daytona Beach. 7:45: pjn. and New I Eleven contestants have signed Rutland and Walter Menges, / Terror To Softball Foes 3' 4 4.'at.. .... $

i. .... -. Smyrna Beach vs Winter Haven, : to enter the Optimist Club's Central Harrell said. ..... ....... (4034.'I .

.. A 9 pm. 1 lower bracket first round!. The tournament is open to all I CLEARWATER AP A hu..k\ Cl-Mrwa ,.f'h.H
.
Florida Amateur Boxing [ ] ; ....... t....... -

.... ...... _M' "S ..a IkMNC Wednesday: Fletcher Motors \s I amateur fighters in Central Flor- I who l Ij ,'" llluft fill tiltl4'iIIi.
_ _ _ winner OBnen's Pharmacy-Lake Tournament to be staged at the player is so deeply rehg:ou- ( i 7r'45A,5u'
: . I "
| .. .. .. .. .., ... .. w k Wales game. 1:45: pmand Yow- I I American Legion Home on Aug. 18, ida.Harrell said there were Indica- I Sunday has compiled one of the m r.. .., ...

J tjf t .i H < a i 1M |4* |* Ml **. *u *-| ellDrewIvey' of Daytona Beach Chmn. Jimmie Harrell reported tions that a large number of con- \ in .Florida athletics-so remark: .tI' : .. ...", t-'
K * '* iN 1* *** ** *" ** \s winner Kissimmee Dundee yesterday. testants would enter inasmuch as
t4 It 4* >4. 444 .. ., mine where to start on It. f 1 aM
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F 4. it H i,* 4Bt4Ut<| !II lM4 i. :.>* '-1.! game. 9 p.m. [upperbracket quar- : Entries include: flyweights several fighters had indicated they I' He is 27-year-old Herbert Dud- .. I
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9 ** ** > 4B t aat nl\ -,. terfinals] o FloYd Lukes Pete Bo.t'n and Jim- would enter although have not yet 1'
ley, who hasnt lost a ama since 04Ps _
9 w M *> 4nai*; jii : Thursday: Haines City \s winner Lukus
my : featherweights Roger j filed entry applications.
fI II MB li* ..nI _J ItCII .2H i | he came back from the Pacific,
I* *l l s 4a I M III 11 M MI', .n Wa\erly-Olsens of Daytona Crooker and Melendez Joseph: |I Proceeds from the tourney will where he was an Army chaplains
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; tmTknZ Beach. 9pm.. and Orlando JayCees welterweights Johnny Hinton and be placed in the clubs building
r "E ** >* -**>- S fl.. B4WkWk aide. two sears ago. 1,
1 ft 4> a Jaaataa |tt* 111, Kl 47 44 ai4 .M \s New Smyrna Beacb-WJJ- Ferell Mobley; middleweights Harold fund for the proposed Boy's Clubhouse ; His consecutive victory OCSA .

S 'k ***'* mim t: w M M M ter Haven winner 7:45 pjn [lower Patterson, Thomas Greenleaf, 33-game l .
streak is just the beginning 1 _
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bracket quarterfinals .49.
r ... t .. ... ..... IftI fit, ttt .. H *MM Duke Cornell and Chandler Akin. [Prospective; entrants may clip' of Dudley's records as the pitching .4
i. I .. uI54s -43 M] Semi-final names are at 7.45 1 Ringside tickets are on sale in the entry clank printed elsewhere -.t.$ 500Expect) Maa |
of Clearwater's Black
**%* iF'--" '_- jMMiBiNiirM 5455Nn sszss Ml >U and 9 p.m. Friday, with finals at the Sears Roebuck sports d!partment I on the sports pages today and file', burn ace Bombers. ;

_. I : a.MMB Mr wri m *iIT 54, 8:15 Saturday. Denmark Sporting Goods. entry with Harrell 'I'
Umpires for the tourney are W. In winning 25 games I last year
--- -- ----
....._ ---. I A Schubiger Bozo Saunders and he allowed only three earned runs 1 1,000


r I Bert Admission Voorhees.to each session is 40 Major League Averages in 211 an early innings season Two game of thes when camein he ... ... ... III ..

I rI 5 a m Mengert CopsJayCee I' cents for adults. I eased up after getting a long lead. LlU. ..

I His 1946 record included 16 4 4. -

** It** 0 4 I. I, Meet OCALA I API] Drawings were I TN Rot.... g-.... ,...,.... tiav Ci," isly 31J I TIM Rx.rtf< Bolo" Ixludt Day Cam*. July 30 shutouts and seven no-hit games. 14'I :r

4f 494} aj held here yesterday to match AMERICAN LEAGUE. CLUB gArTERS NATIONAL LEAGUE CLUB BATTING He allowed 47 hits in those 211 : ... .
, : up ltw: Turk 'I J. ", ;z ni :117 IB 4) |"4 n' .*"tnereian4 Club G Ak R H 2k 3k Mr Rbi 8k PelBnttmi :
0 0 the softball teams for playing in I 61 ."""J7! ;r ri% i 11 ta 4? r*. III 235; IS '::$ 44" *'2 11* *4 M 4"3 M IW innings and fanned 429. rZi
If '"("''lA in TAP Al .
w. I It Mengert. the sub-district two tournament I Boston q', ;!14 n.1' 1' 41 to la J;4t N Turk *4 1131 ill .;I I'' 31 I1. 49. 1' 22R Hhis year his teammates and .4 IN _
big Wimde *'roll J "114 ":i, T87 :11 m !I 4j :!I4 33 253Washing : 'klYK 44 i777 .'4 4545 1 3:21,44'' M .2** .4. ..
4 Ppokanp ftolfrr re- which opens here Monday night. i n !94 Ii4! 34* 731 III 13 ** :f* 34 ISruicai Plltihrgh *7 32:* 441 Ml 135 M II 411 13 'SIPhlll opponents declare he is even better -

hi Is555 .&iwd. hH crown yesterday as The opening; contest will find the .4. nil 314 7t i i"., *4 34 27 !It 24-, M 3-JK2 1IM 4J 1M :id 41 344 27; .2.15: He pitched 39 innings before $3' tee 5S
Phil "4 .i II:. 3X4 7.a llx 27 44 :Jw;: :1 tilSt St Lout 'J 23S: 444 ..\. 1M r II 11ft 1; i"IwiimaM I c 4 __
umIln' of the National Junior American Bank of Jacksonville Lout 114TB 344 731 li* 33 Ct 344 14 211 I <') 54" 114 I1T 8;3 IT M IS SA; '5 t;7 giving up his first safety, whena .
..ttw : going against the Jacksonvile -1ritfl" '5 3.4 :3I> K22; 13j: 23 31 321 1', it.:; balJ hit straight at the shortstop '<4."
of
s ajiq Oemmerce golf tour- Naval Air Station Fliers. In the AMERICAN LEAGUE CLUB FIELDING struck a pebble and hopped over : ':' 4'r ..

t554. sawM. defratitui Gene Littler of second game Kennedy's Clothiersof duN G PO A E OP .PC I NATIONAL I.EAGUECLUB FIELDING' !, his head h ..' .N.1
n.11 ._ IS 2S 11I1 J.1 a' :'-I Club 6 PO A OP PC.rskSts ..
55 4. Ba Dww 4 and 1 in the final 3ft- Ocala will meet the N. Y. Hat- ... Yttrk -.- PI nsi: f4II t1 .1.: I o fi ._ *4 1345 1471 21 i4 ..301CltiIa'.IeIpiuu In 83 innings this season, he .... 4 ..,...... .. ..

ters from Gainesville. 1-. __ *% 2S4I 1441 II S* .97& H 2374 1.4' i7 a7 .,itI I has allowed eight hits one earnedrun .._,. "" -, fl04I154I: ,,.,5_ .
h. POSSOt ,. ---- << -
... .. ___ Loitla 44 M4 11111 i' 10 .9it .
0 4 .ir. um 54 :Jar 4.:\I Til M !74 V0. --- .
use s. Moifrt vho the touma- Tuesday night the opening contest ('1\1eo... K 444 11": n Ui ..577flpIl.4eli5is Cincinnati _ *4 I7Pittjhurtil 1" 02 85 .1'1 and fanned 217. He has hurl HERBERT DUDLEY 04.4555009
won matches the JacksonvilleYMHA. \16:3111 1t:1I 1.1 .'71 __ 4- KitCklraK III'IJ 04 5) .,.. : ed three no-hitters. In one nine- SiS04. t
MTM *fn> tWit time It was played with "L Lnnt 41 735 II -7 4* 4* .!l? __ 33 233* 111\ .5 1- .S" he struck out 26 . hurler ."1,...... ,,
en- :
Leesburg's only _ Neo Turk, __ It 77041:: lit" 14 f"* .". inning game
Detroit 4j :j3I ISIS it II'iI
started'
4h ; a 9>ar ata. the final IS ery the Rexall Drug Store. To Triple' plar-CMcafo.AMERICAN Boston _. t5 2403 .441 104 77 9.4 : men In a contest which went 12 d ....S.aT. .. ..
: MM. iwo uo and had that unable hoio ., u d
never Triple III.yl'Ilt.bur.1LN''ONAl ers are to on ,
complete the first round play innings he whiffed 32.
t 5 Mtiiji thawed rkrmn.UrfMtfrt LEAGUE INDIVIDUAL' leys offerinfj even" towtat wile :_
Streits Bicycle Shop of Gainesville I This record includes only games
S 455 *M wad off the tee BATTINB RECORD LEAGUE INDIVIDUAL he to going to pitch IKiil'
0 S I is matched with Reece's Snack BATTING RECORD against teams from other cities,
..4 5 at WM red hot with his putter, Bar of Ocala. (IS sr Mar Ganca (IS tr Mar G.....) and the bombers have played the Dudley to study-* reika.. tat ... - 0
!Player 4 Club d.Ak R H n 9 hr ibi l !PtJohnxMl .
.tat* Littler WM frequently in the Player I Club Ii.Ak It H 2k3kkrrki !PC. recreation at <&stiuo ;aivsvsGsg
.., 0. Bntlo !T 11 I I' 4 X 44 WuTkes.AILPbL.0233331111i41010.33I best teams in the State and All- -
-. I. Pqh and hit troa shots occaemfty Build,...... timid 41 i'o 4. let 2. 4 SII: .341k 8u0n ... : : i where he will be a M...__.. a .. _
554 ln 23 04 S 21 i 5 5 II 34 Star teams from other cities -
#*>< S a S ... bounced orer the trtens. I fJf..I") X. T. .44 3',7 71 119 i4 14 It ..333Pt"m. F. )lr I.t.. I the Pall He pUM t. buss t-
Standing feet and weigh- ,
Me** OS i S SeguraAdvancesTo "I. Urala J1344UJ442JWK : P1 IIs.KM1.e 27 III 17 S4 II t I 27 13PaiUclt six of _
% I .IL Detroit r? 11 II 114 111 447 .331 435.. -. 44 73 S 2* 4 S la :JJ3 j ing 185, Dudley has blazing type youth ititiMace oitt sIs .. ... c.... .... ..
to a % ,, I Wllliama Boitoa *l >]. 74 12 "4 4 23 I .319McCojkr RniUM Pituhunb. V 3'J 07 ll 22 I i 43 .331 ball with now active m ...., .,... tlh IT"
speed a rise a hop a :
I 00 4k Eglin Field Tennis I rtlila. 74 34* 47 94 13 3 :23 .II* Dalleiandn CM 47 r I* 11 I 1 1 14 .SMedwkk. : I work He to emfl*** .. Uwreatwo _-
4 I Mitrtwll rieral S3 HJ :3 :1H 4 J 1 1- Sit Lmtia) II 52 13 3* 54 215.324w. I drop generally described as"terrific" ....OS 11 ...
1 54 | Frmll. 5ib.. *3 U 4 <* I' 41* ..317i tooprr\. T -) 353 SI W IS S 13 *l :.227 i I and almost .perfect DepkUtaMlt is il** ..... .. ... ....
Finals I i ?...kjBoo'on 43 :391 41 1C 11 I 14 .31! .
55's m SquadPlaysLocal Singles Galan rinrul 52 *S 17 7* 42 f. 311klM mer. ,
Mr N. T. 41 S9 S3 i control. Ito. wwe'
5541 *> S IJlII.nau.I.. t U 71 314 13 S4 11 2 :I *4 .M .I... ....... Bkl''y_ 41 "l 41 K* 21 7 I'll .31* Where you find a great pitcheryou Ilk refiMfames .. toe ... ...... tit ton _..... &...,.
$, Morning . .. ..
I NT. 41 352 'J 1114I ;: I 13 41 31 almost always have a great h4, ..0940 rSb .. ... 04 .. ...
I 54 4t j IA1S'p New Tnk S3 333 S3 143 11 1 34 It 31
, p o a* a> i YiWi fVM' til-man tennis SOUTHAMPTON API) Francisco w krti-W I Drt. -- 4? 234 M :4 11 I 7 *4 Jfl P.", OK S. 74 2>S S5 >2 17. 3 3* ->"3 catcher and Dudley has him in team. hot t....... has ...o ,... ...
I .* H S s (IPancho Segura of Ecuador I Berra N.,, 1.5. S7 12 31 57 4 1 In 35 :r>7MrBrtde Fur))), B k'.jn .. 7* 2S' lit 17 18 5 761 .3f19 I Harry Hancock. They ha.e been complirHt.Bombers Aft<< ....blmi. ....
t.'m 11111 fare> a quad of local o. Bitn Wk. j4 11 9 W 3 J 4 11 .".s
: 1711 27 4 7Elllffltt
advanced to the singles finals of M Mdnrmlrk Brt S3 54 S 2 27
t IW John-n N. T. 7427344 7113 310.317 batterymates since they were 14. 14 tOe "!... 111k ....
hi. O,4w r4) m*.*.ntln, Orlando Ten- Bwtne t1 3:1: M 14 1* I 11 II .3014V54ghufl. I II
Ma CNb the Meadow Club annual Invitation Wrijht hiragn M 1"4 21 i4 .1 4 2 :: .**. I RkIY* 42 4J 14 2S 31 2 15 3574545ht145. < I and now Hancock catches Dudley year. IaHl. .e' hwt Ito. l..... = &
the
en clubs courts at 10 Heath 11' Ixwii) 0435I74 N11Z2434.n3
tennis tournament yesterdayby I i Ft L. n 3!* S4 1(14 23 S S i4 Mlatanetta
I without signals. Many good catch- champions 4 t. t M ... ....
I an Imtey The Illklrll 5.1. 72:4435 nil a 735.744 I II
ceneral public ; < of .
lift stopping Victor Seixas sink. Ihtla 4j: Ml4 44171 1 %4 .-41tramer -- - ---- 1:1.-:
a to Walker. B kljrn Ml 4$ 14* 11 43 32Hias
iS I tmfted to attend and there is Philadelphia, 8-6. 6-3. 5-7, 61. I: D-lrolt '2 113 lj 3* t 1 M JK. I Cincinnati 91 335 U 147 12 0 3 44 :toWnwn I II .g
v no eturte of adrrvkMtonMhr Handler ChilL II M I 1J 1 1 4 S :Sf3 R- _IS >4 III 7Relirr -
The fifth-seeded South American All* 3 M 17 S 8 33 2
Fain. 43 !*7 13 *> :* 3 4 41 .%'1% I
rbiladelBMa Brv8i I'9 S* 11 1 3 Stock Car Race Ticket Sale
555 W Wlham. RoIUm ttar ITB SI 3 25 234Marshall. -
is, .55 former holder of the U. S. I Ml1II6.'bIn,,. 13 31* J4 I"4 111' 1 r! .3<1 N. T. 9434533142 532750.757 I : :
. will farad Use OTC squad followedty Wwh. 4' :911:11: 131331145.221 ..
.. Intercollegiate and indoor titles, i 5pnt.! Tortema. Rnctm 44 n VI M 13 S If.I 243EonS.
trteman "t. Lena '>4 131 24 US 3 7 II .: IPeck. I .
-04 m BMY Jim Windham Jack 1'h11a. 11 34 43 94 17' 1.1 .254 --
will meet sixth-seeded Seymour leirland 4423439 44 13 4 :3 .*
Howrll S. IK T 34 7. S I .!!III
IWtIM Joe Cavthon and LeslieFVM1 i \H).. rVotnn 72501 44 7! ti S S 47.774 Pitisburib Opens Big Entry Field SeenTickets
of Los for the .
Greenberg Angeles 1
,04 I F taaid B klyn 21 :273 71 I 4Mui IS :3 n :!IS ; I4_
'hIIi Tut 4! 231 32 44 2 4 r4M.J
WMfctrjIoo 11
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0 ..- ...... ... title today. Greenberg I 'ki. Phila *, 34 3S (U 4 * :**j ..,.
tsi rinrin. M .IM SI JIll : s J:1: .298
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..4 .bwe.k ... ."' ''' ... .' T-Sgt finals Friday with a straightset I Less,,. St Lou" 79 *.7 33. 79 14 7 3 31 .*7JFlcintnt I Tertoaa PWIa. ,4 34* 34 99 9 2 23 21 for the Orlando Stock Car Aj.;>n !s 4th i-< ''': ,.' .!III ...,
O 4wa? Card CH. Oeorce Stemmhw OereL M 131 tl 34 41 1:11; .2
jFtrrUa. *7 -
triumph over Sam Match of Hop Boaton M 24i 47 II 1 I 4Nonhey 291
U Rfrt HalL MaJ W. P.TisiMsilt. Boatoa 33 53 7 13 2 3 4 13 :7j PhL.St L. *4 234 34 04142 39 .24Geabart program will go on sale in downtown Orlando th'! \s sI fOil .JW

Cpl Rnben San Francisco. I \froonarii. __ 90 3.V 14 MIS 3 4* .nMnflln :NT. ._ 41 43 17 Jl J I I II .:!S'Hlft.n J. P. [Red] Howell business announced ,lfO aai...ll ..-
Rerton and Detroit (4 31$ 54 14 24 S 13 43 ..I'JTain ,. I i manager. 'f' :
NT 1.11 11 23 la: 2 14 -vs
rps Elsie carkein.Plasias rtma. _N.1 .11 41 Tl II' I :s .:"3 Rowe, Phlla *II $* 4 U f. 1 4 .:MR twwII '.... __
:\IOJII8. Petnit ._ 84 399 13 It 14 2 I 33 .:i! day.The .ftftIa! }. ..... '" .
at Orlando Tennis kard r15315rs 44 Ml 3* J2 0 2 1 IT 247hurtm.ki. .
Club Shirley Fry Brom. N. Tort fit 111 II 31 41 I I* .""IMnae < races will be staged at the Central Kim :H o I \ f' .
I "U L. 33* S4 r 14 1 1* 3' JKerr L44a4 .01I
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k rtto*. new Team BoatMi K l.S V 17'12 1 1 15 ..111'I
I .Tennis made > :N. O. _ 73 277 li '' IJ :3 3 II.**> stock Exposition Grounds
R''_. N SitE N434444 13 U' 47 .: THegan Sunday,.Qt-
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e0.p itn match with 5)554.) 74 1> 72 13 I 11 2 > I .
Clerel 2124122:! ,14 43: 321.21 7
: nmnoo V T 43 3'f 44 *3 17 I 1* 55 Ml 17
'. U' Temito. Aug. starting at 2 pjn. It
Team jrsterdayrntft Wins Again Mwkwlrt rlrr l d443339 19 17' 127 .VMLflpes. .
Hilton riKiB. >2 321. SI 17 4 T 4* 241Raete I I
.. n ..I.nd ;; 43 I 14 4 4 4 14 ,24SLeoti -
tM Mi evenU $ B'1n _.....1132505 031521049.03! marks the first time stock cars
Wub. I* 314 42 83 11 3 4 37 .241Judmrk : GRANTS
I Gord HAMPTON N. Y.-Mrs. _
EAST 5'" Vaau 13 27 34 "I 11 3 12 37 .:241Baker roll,,, Beaton. _..32 IS 7 21 1 1 4 7 .2<2 have been raced over a half mile
A *i4 l M. hat been Pedersen of of O.cai 4) Ml 55 41 123 134
I photo- Helen Rihbany Lore. ("It""'.... U 24 3* 71 12 J I 23 21 track I
Rosar Pkila .7175424: 4| nil :3 '44RooinHm in Central Florida.
",,- 0. -2I St *. ** at an eciinvated height fw Boston Mats. and Shirley Fry of K.Il'vusj.. Shoals .i1I 27 .3 III 7 I 17 .:It lVuIlk35.. thicugO75 23 33 11435 11 II 1 1 ** ..*:11R".n. 41I II

'" feet aim*** I' t m'lcs high Akron. 0.. and Rollins College I N. Tark M 117 It 34 71 I II .23* .itwbitoBr. BosIsA to .7432414 87 154 J* 42 32 314 S 23 .,* And while association officials I
I 3,,,,. CU Bjm 92 144 t* n 12 3 3 .7 .:.1
ii4L *' final roundin Z' .-
'Iff yesterday reached the Knne17.CbI,35O *432435 11' I.* .:* MctuUmgb. t-DL 55 1M M 1' I 2 17 44Hrntaiek were mapping: the advance I
FlMla. iJ -4 43 42 1370 4 3j .:;*
I the annual invitation grass vtrphetn. St UaU gi K9 W M IS 2 IX 51 ..275asitnIr. MiuiaL. St. Lonta '4 354 44 Mil' 14 SI .271Lamanno ticket sal workmen at the Exposition i'A S"I1f
GUS NADDEH'SREFRIGERATION (Clerel U 24 !! -| 14 3. I 21 .:'>5
I, tltf court tournament at the Maid- n...... .7S 244 2* 44 13 3 S:8 .%1'
< Detroit 1414411 J7 44 4 4 .iUrxrrr
stone Club with Mrs. Rihbany stft 'I Ueitlike PhIL _II 147 45 13 13 I 11: >7 .24* Grounds located on the i I Ij
Bo?:on 113 J>4 44 "n. II 13 .252KarlT '
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HaiKller rhila. VI l;;t It 44 71 It 7Riinej I
I. I scoring her third straight upsetof *:. Limit 5413522 13 II 254.232 \. TotS 443.3700031421144.700foul. Apopka Highway were readyingthe II t'j : ,
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\\rrti Drtroit 43: III 17 2* II 4 12.274 j
the competition. M. IAuII 42 13* :23 37 4 5 3 li :*itMoore
)Ia_ W.,*. 17 44 1 14 S. I 3 .139I .* track.
I l'L Lonl 77 :91:18: 4 1* 2 23 4jloun
HI Ittv" AND I SERVICE The unseeded Boston representative I ,. N.T.-('" 43 177 :. SI 12 t II 4* -44 *
ranked first in the East, I PITCHING AVERAGES Hark "lIlulI it H. ,. 47 9 1 I 12 ..IIj The turns have already been I Wash aIie
I tls.dI R eliminated second-seeded Mrs. HiMer Clrrtl S 52 if II I. 4 f 1 .C7TI : j I R.TIB. BflftM *3 312 43 94 :1 1 1 34 23 graded. Howell
'I'II .frlg.rators reported. and the
I Il'ltu. >. York 18 IW "I U 1" 11 3.214 Ruueli. Pil:ilmtgk n 2.2 32 41 IS 3 2 23 .2 ti. ,
J I Bought end Sold Virginia Wolfenden Kovacs of ,IJson. Bo>t......_ 1* 132 115 31 f5 0 12 :S .7u" Z entara. Onctn. 7S :Ff 41 7S 11 1 4 13 .11Johmon straightaways are being leveled off !
Oakland. Cal. the nation's ninth- 1, HutthJJUOB Prt. 11 HI M 31 31 7 5 4 .457 Chlnjo f. 31* J. 41 11 t 3 24 254 I
I p, ". t.R..toNbe! ranking player. 6-4 6-0. I(rhantr >. T 1J 15 1 7 :; so 13 5 : .5'Rey.1d. %I II .clKTin.. tkirail 41 204 24 >l 3 3 S 11 .:I1Nntliran and graded down. /"
I W. rfMkkr .1 askes aN tp.iI .: NT: -I If 111 M 14 12 :.653 Piui 33 51 J3 3 * 7 .250
Miss Fry, the top-seeded defending I )farrlll_. rutla. 22 In 144 M Q 12 1J I .H7 Hrt...n,kl. B kin J 1:1:1 33 II 4 21 .I>4LaTa "The track will be in wonderful ; !
I r. holder was forced to 1 Pac. Not T rk 71 *_ 5. 4' 1 J I 4 H1 .etlev Bkl!> .-4 IS 2 t. I 3 ."17Greenberf Work Pants
cup ,
= FOHE 1726 John_ BoI'. *7 31 4J 2i 2< 2 1:1: .WI 453.1. 44 *4* II 47 1 2 14 SI "V shape for this race. I think this :
I ( three sets by unseeded Gertrude i I' JOtRUOn. N TaO hi 4"i 43 I* 13 : g *WT I Gilbert Fhila. 52 tl 4 :SI 4 1 4 4 .r:* will be our best event by far. .
Moran of Santa Monica. CaL, before 1 HIXBW, rhirigo 14 Li 74 32 27 2 :42! Seminkk Pblla. _.7' 23> :34 II II 1 0 34 .2SSBlattner
) I ... .. ,..n rsr.c.L 6-3 63. I Ftltar .lerelaiHl :23 PI U4J I" 12f 11 13 I .81' I :NT. 12 111 21 3$ I 1 12 .2Vboenlienit. even better than the last one we I

I au !II.,.... 5,,. winning 4-6. Dvi. Nn 1a.T"k 15 51 41 17 24 3 I .Wfmtt 81.!.. tS 111 tl llt3 17. I 11 .:n held. and thats saying seme- I
____ In the doubles semi-finals. Miss : 29 113 1 S K 43 1 S 3143 Cot. PltuborjH _M 3.. n 84 17 I t 31 2SI "
-- -- - Fry and Barbara Krase of San 'i Ntitton WT 15 11 Ita H M I t 4 Stl Lombard! 5. r. ::0 II I U J. I li .I)1 thing Howell predicted. !
,$elI, tMral 1* *l 7* 37 14 2 S I :Vt
Francisco topped Louise Snow. \hrnhlt.. 21 1..7 M* ... 48 II li 1 .:w* PITCHING AVERAGES Entries will be accepted

rAUGUST Bakrrsficld Conn., and Beverly I G..wI -.. Plsh'" a Cla-k G If H Bk S, 6. W L PC.BiatkveH through Ant 16 and invitations
SPECIALS Baker I M Uuti.Bwtoa 14 HI 111 31 21 J t 5 .:MITnicki nfL !> in 114 4* 1J4 It IS. I 57 7Kuh. $1.98TMy
Santa Monica Cal
6-1. t*'m'! 1 IW 11 *4 40 :3 1 I .3U .. Chklja 31 II 1: 351 41.04 have been issued to Red Byron
61. and Miss Mora and Mrs. MislfTWB "a h. 1* 134 113 43 71 7 8 7 .JUBlack. Later. B klU _..31: $2 .ul 31 72 .'I I of Atlanta, rated as the South's
\VA NOW Midge Buck New York scored tU-tlaaJ 1* 1.- 113 S3 -&'f * 7 ..333F541Phiuu. Tartar B..... M 13t 11 44 S* 1 0 3 .f jBonbao driver
top : Marshall Teague
2314112343: 44 5 S 7 SSFtrrtM
1ttu. .. II (I 88 It 14 4 91 .7MMonitT
,_ ..( 110": ineo imjs1H oer Mr*. Ko\acs and Betty Ros- . BoatM 24 "7 171" 4% 11 8 .35% M Lovto 23 137 111 51 I!* 7 I 3 .7rgpalut. crack Daytona Beach racer andJ.
..t enqrpst South Orange and RollinsColf'gP. wDouifr 1*. :I Ml 1M 74 124 13 II 1* .350 Boitn _.21 K* 11* 5> *7 1< 13: S .*1Jairtrt B. [fLil' Abner] Anderson of
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5-7 6-4.
7-5 l h"'tupbPt. fMia' 2 I 74 43 14 :! I. .jMK NT. ..39 St 47 27 *4 32.274 Winter Haven, winner of the I f
ww.wtfi MU'U\t 1IJJJltJM II', -1 min. St Uw> 2*. 113j4335" (1 8 I 1.11I: I Banff?. Bklr 14 41 31.. :3* S2 .*ll last event here. I s'. Ik.u11'I
I ' (.411501.. tbkiza 17 II; g. 31 27 1 3 i .:.34W''e Hear 1'1. LoutS *t *l it 32 14 3 7 I .,700Brimu. .
IMIroil "1 ti: *- 37 I* 5 3 .300 B kNa _:\ 17i 1.3402 07 11 It 7 .fttLaoe.rd. woo .... .....
In
addition Howell said
HIS he
0 W t441jtIE' 4qT1l 111491WM KILL __ . expected I
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I Ikbtih. Hull 11 H SI ;> 1* t 3 3 j4Lccit. Pkila. 19 13 121M M 1* 11 MiBitchee
1 ..... ...... ..... Cltlrii IS 141 Hi W .1 I* I .41HujhKm I *. tL> 14 144 134 i* V 13 11 *t :SE additional out-of-town entries Bo .OB "1 IX UII *4 HI" .471BnUB. _
Sam BoatM .1713414154 9413137.590
....- .. MU IUft"IN; *I\K 1II5J14S FLEASTorment a IMOoil .. 2 II 13 UK II 21 I 0 7 .4U !, KOI. NT. _21 UI Iii 12 51 T 11 .117Hareo. due to the chance to race ona M vvfc MHllCMI ...
.i.i .;... ___ ---..* *>.. mS -. Hnuton. Wa.k. .. 14 *2 7 4* 24 I 5'.4 Bmkln .25 111 1131 1* 425 half mile track-and a good one
Dust \ (,."rl. ClTtlanl) 14 M 40 32 31 3 I > .441Zndak. f.llBID.1I1t..,,* 1* M t r 3* 2* :1 33.417 for a change. I ..... t* MMIT ..
7V""" ..It" KtlltOM . S:. UKIII Jl IrtI3 41 J e J 4 70.441T .
_' 7 JS Ertrkanei (!II1,10 2J J 44 it M 3 J 3 4i.
4" will kill the fleas .j .in Pnmi 2S 11. 135 :0. SI T 5 .KSKrjrwt Brail. 8'. Lavia 24 17 111 31 :*.: S 0 t .440 "We are going to gin away 100 ... L Ji 1tb ....
M UHU 1? 125 1IIS; n 7 .43* Wrl..... BnaMn 1' U Stt 1* I JMerer 2 .445 per cent prize money this time.

...... ... ."...." __ 11M ILl on your dcg in'Z..Q' !I 1 L-Itari,.. )things. H,..U>0 M U r'Tl Ie.1.: 43. 11 33 >* ti S I I ..Ut.42)Sr4eroE.W1L7444334S23442I ,H rturI.. Ctacart NT. 2S 14 147 IS 117 W M 15 21 14 S 1 >7* i 2 ..jC.*. which will attract a lot of the n .7 .5.. I2tL.. .

30 seconds-if it foils it ; : UatcranaJlet FirL r 111 141 34 4* ( It .SflBwe boys. They draw them out there. I MOSS .. .
(;i.st. llmlaad 11 41 3j; * 1* 2 > <" PUla. __2* 124 119 21 13 It 97 9u .
1rtf ...n. wLt,* I 150' I think they should get the
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f is free Harmless to the L.d0CltuAS .19125013541092.351 1" ..
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\\tLLIF! NATURAL INSTINCTS



4, Absence of Fear Noted DISCUSSED Among: ,Penn State Coach Blasts Pro Grid HypocrisyHiggins I



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Wildlife + ---- -- ---- --- -
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During Solunar
Periods 'OrIondo, Florida, August 3, 1947 ciir lUi&aij mtinfl-jiar .... .

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) INICHTtal Asserts ---

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.4Ntf* .. .. .k.*w respond* .to primar natural e. ; ;. '

.....* >* .* *.. ..f K. fethr affairs, These ,instincts f ;r 53C Bobby Locke Rated by Pw'

h' '-s.. .**.** *ltn, NFL . .
_
|* p Merr Survival of the\ 'Kidding'College ,,"-. 'e........ '
...& .Ad s'*. he" * h* rule The weak perish ,
: :
... :: : '
"I', .v, \ 1ON> I" \hat : :
way c.n any breed < :
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a III ... ......... .. .M4bl.. .*.,...... fear 5. the m_taf Mentors '; : As World's Greatest Gofer:
;
S W- I** MM*, ,..,. *a.O... IIi. will ,. arriver '-

:: ,. H .ftal ,.. nlll-i. the. I, HARRY GRAYSON
am NEW YORK (NBA! Lee Wo..
I .,,.,_t lh. ..iht In the. mind "" -A Ert vr'
... MAR TABLES : oc> sham won the U.S Open. Bit Jm; -. -
I .4 ...? wlM mature. On.*. NEW YORK It's 3. : : : + S.'
amazing how
. t ss.a. IhH 'IfitUnrt h aterrld.4tm Fender the PGA. but mane HIT
...
the kick around
their
pros readymade 't
't
... 5s...., at at her Mlln, who know the shomakers fee** r -
a.S__, ... .... .. e siirh aa > football foundries which are 1 q. ; . : r- 7'
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.. .... ... .- ..... .M", I h. mallnr arte .rIff the colleges playing the highpressure Bobby Locke and no coirt**.

... ..... ... ,. bit Ik.** are the. etrep.H . game. The Johannesburg Myttat a re.

.. it.... ... thai' *r.u the rule. Miwt By what right. I ask you. has a t ord 68-66-61-6-2fI tn the C'n

. -c-r It I.., b IHe IniMke whkh professional club the right to nadian Open in Toronto atren t r-
.
.. : 'd, i "..rU Ihe' t1A'.I....' b*. draft a college > % 4 his of b-.1
-. ... .... R.*t.r af. Ik. rreatare *f the boy who may 5, ened case ese
.. not have the : American estimate knew f t'*
, 'I. .tilOM
.. slightest intention had all the shots when tn Sou"
err. fa : : ,y. at the outatanatnt rharrtm of playing Africa last Winer he took 14 of !II

.. . 4 .. I. .. .tes af" tat mponae to the -.-.' pro f essionally? matches from Samuel JarkiocSnead.

t. 4 Iw'I. I. auma-UMi. af" a 4uflar Period ont What right have _ .

.... $ bs si. ..* pa* '"f .HUfe to the temperam theytomixuP I. .: ': -5' Everything the beknirke

0 s. .. 4 .. rtteMMteMt of fear Hunter ', his name with a Locke had done since has adder*
4 I lot of professionals __ to his luster. It is mell said >,'
.. . ,. M* ptay t Mi part in UWr11'ild 5 ll

.a. 'tt.t : "III I:. rtMiur to cast caution aside ? nim, his game shines like the cia

"It.ae tart ...... aVtesn't seem to be the .. The purpose is to, nionds of his native laM
of course. e
Flying 9.000 miles .tth Sam
.... tory During Solunar
prevent open 5 '5 4. Snead. he shot 289 in the Augu\ < 3
I..... It M nt uncommon to see bidding for the Jimm
Masters, which went to
..... .
..> MM emtttfr" rming about, 21 player's services. Demaret for the second time wi 1'1 r;

c'M$! wtth no thought of food. Before the All- 281. He has won five of 10 to.ir

S C Sl Leo Xobile America Confer naments since he arrived fiom

.. --u ... ......... "I'SaiK". Aa adult. brown trout ence the player had only one club fr South Africa. April 1-the Hvj'
,
.. -- ... I. Uw ...,... sad Hummer months takes with which to dicker. Now he has ton Open the Goodall Hound Rubin
.. I Uo. but it will be one again as the Philadelphia Often. a s -- ... he M pract4! from his natural
quickly as the All-America goes Chicago Tam o' Shanter for theworld's _... -.r.... -
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.. .. 1uII MUM* satan l it M' convenient to wheels .
out of business or the Wvo ___--...,.-"" "'<"._ -- '' S largest purse and the Canadian 101 IT LOCK
N .pl II a ... ... ?bal la tfct primary consideration. get together.

....-. -- ...... .. ..... trawl .ua learned from ex- I The presumptuous pros don't I CHARLIE WILLIAMS . AND JOHNNY i nothing Open.like that Tine since has Demaret.torn. . ck .hui ....... .

,.I' ..VW .. ... r'.nS .brine him the most! food and heM even stop at the service schools.It . thinking about playing golf regularly again. copped six of nine one Winter .j

....... MSS- ar !.. advantageous spoU. Not I .5,> ,. winding up with his first Master

-..- ISM... Ste In water that is comparatively as the "drafting" of Doc Locke's matchless consistencyhas

-. ---. ...... ......, Frrteds, I have seen large Blanchard and Glenn Davis Lt.-Gcn.that grossed $18.600. which leave Browns Paying

-. .. S.. t*. rwtW W4l abate their normal feeding staBWlp last Maxwell December D. Taylor prompted superintendentof Charlie Blind Still Likes GolfBy him only $200 behind Ben Hogan
as the year's foremost moneywinner -
*. I Sewell For
apwaili w 4er to row them. There they the Military Academy to publicly and the Little Chocolate Soldier

.. MM m .i ss*'liii lr .MioP4e to their natural enemies comment on the temerity of
.. WADSWORTH '!pends on the person who is with Then he stopped rather abruptly. has participated in 10 more
... .*.I -> a.< br ........ tNt the fact remains that they I' the professionals in competingwith I i tournaments. Hogan has bagf ed '47

.. ....... af an .... af e4in. at least for the time being. the United States Army. i iI you."I remember I used to carrya It's not impossible! but it is four tournaments this year. I>t-m- LoafingNEW

.. ....... ..... ...... to tn end they retire to their When Commissioner Bert Bell I Someday, the insurance business : light bamboo cane around, ridiculous for a blind person to aret three. YOHK NKA Aflat.MM.

-- .... _. UrtinuUen of danger will put them of announced the National a new Football edict supposedly League I permitting.to take Charlie up golf Williams again-that intends mostly to keep other dogs from spend a lot of time and money on Locke's performance in the u.s fired a* man.*r, <4 the ..*.

loss trying to fight Johnny here. golf. If I get around to havingthe Open was highly creditable-three i late last Augtatt L uae Bwaft 9Ma>
protecting schools against the II is. if Johnny is willing. I There was a palm tree out front time and to spend 'strokes back. tied for third with something abets IHilawi LlvfUCm,4WMaA
.. on
iat> 1... riNki where these trout are feeding anis of players still eligible for the col- That might sound strange to : money '
--- ft and palm berries or dates, were it. I may take it up again." Porky Ed Oliver. j WAfttUM IttMl ..
laMM "aee The hose of stream-bottom lege it was presented as a | members of the duffer family ,
game all over the sidewalk. I got to Then he grinned. "I may. A ; Old-timers call Locke the finest j'I _s ..esd ..M .. ...
... -..... Iht large majority of their time under- gracious gesture on the part of the who've been harboring the same I ; golfer to visit these shores from I _
aftts
where I could stand there and friend of mine wants me to go out Mocks of let .he
.. ...a a.. pe4s .f thf lut.'ater sections of a stream. professionals.To idea and need t>nIy the little woman's I hit those dates without mining, and play the Winter Park course i I the other side since the immortal While he a .hw4-fca djaltouffhmmdfcd

,.. .. ... .... Ins "U enemies. When a Solunar PeriodS the layman it looked like the an permission and the energy togo I wouldn't be hard," he added. with him. I may do it." Harry Vardon and Big Ted Ray. : bnptam mm fm
honest sincere effort on out on the course. I
and
to MI Maawmen to M* theM lime Urvae acioling about I. American professionals and keen- Oft the a ew side baa**. MMuckermaa
.- part of the money moguls to cooperate But in Williams' case It's dif I
--- S a __ ....... aD top e( the rocks regardless of possible with seats of learning and ferent. Bobby Locke calls his shots Mat that had a,

_____L____uN- .,.IfA htlgramttes come out of their hiding bring order out of the chaos which Hirsch Hesitated Lost StymieNEW er students of the Royal and Ancient matter of fact .lwgames ... af flat
.,.' .. -. .... ala Pm Sight. This sort of thing goes on has existed since the war scrambled You see. Charlie Williams! is! now recognize him as the .mw ........ .1greasive ...

... lit .. ... R .. b_ when the Solunar Period draws to a close graduating classes. blind! and Johnny is his seeingeye YORK f NEAl) Max Hirscb the yearling !sales even though world's best."Hes ooao1Wr-
dog. For th* Mr*< Mm*. M..jt JI
'M ... ajpal PMaiam. mMpptar. MW again hiding In the security of dismisses the loss of Stymie with: he liked the breeding- a wonder says Craig
Bob .
But Penn State roach restate H..*.t Is b....
NIl .. .... ........ fit .... So naturally. the two go; to- The horse's contracted foot Wood.
Mn.m bottom.
Higgins tell you that the pros "Those are the hazards of racing. would have caused him to be Locke. a modest. personable StS.t.. tM ....... 0. __
'. .. af MM s.e k. r... to a surface lure reluctantly. When are only kidding. / gether.Williams A lot has depends played on golf Johnny.since j I: The trainer of Assault-bred -- ., chap of 29. is a big fellow closeto agIng the Biiaaiia. TW tox f.

a JIlt rts* .. M4 Mi peru they strike a surface lure with six feet, weighing 190 pounds.He time ..MM ''. twM.Ml Iwlothrr ..
a" When Higgins protested because an unfortunate hunting accident j I Stymie on Texas' fabulous King
'I .... a. aaat a Mass*. rwe This is a hurried affair with much the Washington Redskins signed 1 nearly eight years ago deprived Ranch lost him to Hirsch Jacobsas has a red face and a bit of a Hr U .... v. ... 111III

... ..... M n*.t apra> betatne of the fact that nature tells the his star guard Leo Nobile Head- him of his eyesight. Back before I a two-year-old in a $1.500 double chin. He is married and no ......M .riiBrti tar .hat ...

S4. .. pa tut ar,Ows exposure to danger. Thus, Mr. Bass man Bell announced first that the i that tragedy he visited the links' claiming race. the father of a four-year-old out ., tfc* Aeesa loiHn4 III'
( fleet WiW, Ml TC
.... a teat and the rule not retroactive secondly frequently and. while he modestly. daughter. MNMFft
..t anp pMh Is made when he turns quickly was i
Had he better _
protected Sty well!I for
*.*. .. MIla .. hw rwtlM .t.tl a. During Solunar Periods the bass that the ban was adopted primarily -I I tossed off his ability he shot down !! He has been a professional for Btutf paid Ml _
mie, Robert Klebcrg would now nine Years. but five-and-a-half Inc a ........11 ciub is .... ....
... -. ....1' t* *dace lurea. The strike is less hurried and the to prevent the signing; of play. in the low 80 s. have the top money-winners of of that Lib- If yon ran i.* it .s.cJp van ...
He had years were spent as a
enrolled almost
who already have or forgot about
.4 ..s .. .&bes .....,. ers the;i all time in training with $1,313- erator pilot in the Royal Air Force. outfit aa t.'d IBM ..4 ...
matriculated for the Fall semester. I game until the Canadian National .
I- I 030 to their credit and vastly He was all through Italy-every'- .am.. oil the ps .. Thimb d _
Under close scrutiny this new Institute for the Blind issued in- .
n )I.eSS.n., ,..... th of behavior. These more to collect. thing. alreplnVhiJe* ahibta ..wU -.
.. Mine general pattern rule Is no rule at all, but a downright vitaions through the Orlando ,
e\* Ml awa't BMMli afraid ef anything as they have few natural farce Higgins points out. I I! Lions Club to participate in an In- I! When Stymie beat Assault Locke's slow. rhythmic swing Is \ sire .... ....

I. ,....>A"J:.... .- remindful of that of Macdonald been IMnutIII'-pM part,o N* t _.... _..
Smith. He is individualistic. take
M aft ffajaMl. creature and they move and feed when they nation's campuses, pluck any player for Blind. mile-and-five-furlongs in the In- Max Hirsch Hirsch Jacobs Dickey of the TaMe. ...
-.
the club back makes
differently. a
au".. t. fret. ttk. tt. During the rest periods they will ignore your they wish. That started Williams thinking :! ternational Gold Cup over the I for esalrs! theiHf tss d .s
the of
loop at the
The only tooth In the rule prohibits but he didn't take it too seriously. sloppy Belmont track, he again turned down," he asserts. "Hirsch. top swing.
'en ......... rncs..d a fs. ... ..
Locke sweeps the ball hit it
the plucking after a boy has "It is possible for me to play, took the money-winning lead with one of the more critical horsemen
UveMl I not ....... ........ ... __
".II-a 9olnnar Pfrid definitely does stimulate these fish to cleanly. Pouring on the power.our .
he He further
enrolled for the Fall semester continued "although I haven'tplayed 678510. pulled away of conformation faults. has sel- i fined
'ancer and artltllr, Belietr me. when you are fjhinr musky five when he boosted his i players are inclined to punch to Broaklyn w5wp ..
int which Is hardly a sharp one. much in years. total earningsto dom, if ever bought a horse with know. everything ........ ..
.. ci.. .. track of Solunar Periods that they the Ma5sa- the ball. With the South African
Ur bets your ao areas I "It's relatively simple. You $719.660 by winning such a defect. and t
the
"tnt The player is fair game right I I there is no effort or strain. Carey i'L ea...
r.f-i f ...a.4. UP to the day before registration, put the ball down yourself, line i chusetts Handicap at Suffolk The bulk of American players Stengel were ta turn aaaf. llMMat

..wi Aatf M It left. straight across the board. Make it a point to clip and immediately after the season your club behind it, and then i, Downs Wednesday. Assault has i Miss Kimo Captures just walk up there and hit the complete. caampatcsw. lar aat aMa-

for your .-If Solunar Table and carry them with you in your tackle closes. swing away. Of course a partner $623.370. i balL Locke looks down the fairway aging the PodjiriMucaeiman.

box. When the fishing season comes to a close you will find that ; along helps. to line yourselfup Each is as !sound as the best' Artful picks out a spot plays for po aa i I. . .. i
Higgins is convinced that there with the fairway. bank in America. Assault is ; Handicap wealthy weil-butlt Wwi" f7 1
you hat rnjejtd better fishing than if you merely trusted to luck. sition. He has the perfect golfing
is no intent whatever to protectthe "On the greens. a partner would only four Stymie six. m.norM might
CHICAGO (API Miss tempenamenLBobby
a. colleges against the loss of tap the cup with a stick and you "Stymie hasn't shown too much I 1 i owned by William Helis. New Kimo.Orleans Locke Is exerting and will Park from the Phil .... ....!

..I., boys with one or two years of eli- would putt by sound. promise though he was a good- .. l won the $28.250 Artful handicap I further wield a tremendous and then spent $...._ iitiM0- $

... Williams Montgomery Renew gibility. "I'd say it was possible once you, looking colt and I thought he'd :: for 3 year old fillies at happy influence on American golf. refurbishing It Wtwn.. ..
Right now. for example the got to know the course, that you' improve." says Hirsch. Park finished' all that mas Ml af _

pros are free to take athletes like I could go the full 18 holes with only' Hirsch reminds you that Jacobs Washington Ocean Brief yesterday second and A'S SIGN' RINKER old place sea the orttini. ...
was
ITO two Lightweight Feud Tomorrow Nobile and sign them to contractsfor I your dog. He's the key to the game i didn't protect Stymie any better Brownian third in a field of eight. i| HAZLETON r lAP) Bob Rinker. ture. He invested ..... __

the Fall. for a blind man." : than he did reveals that he almost' Miss Kimo ran the seven furlongs !20-year-old sandlot catcher said tkmal throwing tcj.hai ......

PHILADELPHIA [NEA] An argument of long standingin The only protection affordedthe JOhnny. a red German Shepherd got the greatest son of Equestrian '', over a muddy track in : yesterday he has signed a contract I park lor the i. Lash dub's _

the division of the boxing racket will be.de- colleges is that such players wasn't and isn't interested back. It was a tremendous break 1 ::24:! 25. Her margin over Ocean 1 with the Philadelphia Athletics of Antonio suMdawy"
lightweight
El.: cannot be taken from them'during in golf. But the ball is intriguing. for Jacobs when Hirsch hesitatedand Brief was a length and a quarter. :he American League and will re- The BrawtMri ......, ... .....
for cided here tomorrow night when Ike Williams and Bob the season. Isn't that con- When pictures were being made' the striking chestnut was lost The winner paid $6.20; $3.60 and port to an A's farm club next ht or bate ........ a.-

ion Montgomery: attempt to straighten out the confused muddle siderate of the pros? of Williams Johnny would pounceon to him. $2.80. Spring. | ments wHb. 14 m4is.q .....
i
he left by Sammy Ancott's: third .announced retirement in 1944. This to cite Penn the ball each time Williams ; "I had a claim filled out for I elub, have ..... .. tit pisMe*
the year. one case. placed it on a tee. but at one word Stymie a month or so after he I under centrast.Startins .
Stated nt.ran Philadelphia I.
I by State plays Washington State 10 I of command the dog sat back and I was claimed from me but off with a .... ......
promoter Herman Taylor the at price choice of $2.50 minimumto days before students register or waited until the had been Gold Ruel. this _
I I swing stopped to talk to someone and Guy Lombardo Set for Cup ager. Muddy 11% _
tight will, have all the color of the enroll for the Fall term. UnderBell's .
$12.50
a top. called 7S al
made.
held South I I II got to the office too late to putit erraan per caM ..
bit-time. It wIll be in of the NFL
The younger Williams is the interpretation I 'It's easy to teach them. I just in the box" he explains with Browns' personnel late .bat ...
.
Philadelphia Municipal Stadium. favorite at 7-to-S. rule. a professional club would be never have bothered. That wouldbe a sardonic smile. I NEW YORK (API Guy Lombar- ,. Lombardo was almost temptedto ; and pave them ran .

scene of the first Dempsey-Tunney Williams is the National Boxing within its rights approaching any I the easiest part of the gamei i Jacobs. whose activities were 1, do must feel like the poker player install a 1700 h.p. Allison aviation For that the .ross .. __
fitht and the annual rrmy-Navy of in Nobile's
number comparative
Assn. champion. Montgomery I; players teaching Johnny to leave the ball confined to cheaper horses until who held four aces but decided to engine in Tempo VI but he's games! out

football classic holds the New York and Pennsylvania -:: status and signing themto I. alone," Williams explained. i iI 'Stymie put him in the big time draw another card rather than going to use the same MillerZumbach 'I Luke SeU waa la* avagaV
There will he seats for after the
contracts Washington
every- version of the How does a blind man fare on talks of his bargain basement stand pat and scare everybody out that cost 140.000 when the says Mockersaaa am the ..... i
adjr. )Ure Ihan 11....* fans crown. State None of the players I
15-round game. I the course? pick-up as though he was too goodto of the game. $100.000 craft was built in 1932. eastern swing With h..
In addition to being
eald be arrotamodated-. contest a the I will be actually registered for the I A few days ago on the practice I' be true. The bandleader who won the It is a 725-cubic-inch job of 550 of the dark and .... .. .
fight
tH In the tiered scab CC.OOO an championship Fall term until 10 days later. .. ,
easily could be classed as a grudge I range at Dubsdread. Williams I Ii "Old Stymie loves to race," he International Gold Cup Regatta in h.p. tht".t. Itc'sssbe, ...
the flat. The the act would
match. The Negroes met here in'I' way pros one i used a number two iron and sent : says. "If I could run him every his Tempo VI on the Detroit River I 1 Lombardo's career as a speed Muddy Ruel la too aaay t
An estimated 40.000 are expected 1944. when Williams was on the I suspect there was a shortage of several balls soaring over 200 : week he wouldn't even have to be last year has made one change in boat driver is paradoxical. He Neat year *. *... wMI tei' a a
to pay $200.000. Phlladelphians. knockedout football players but this happensto i yards down the fairway leading II j trained. While those other Gold his 24'2-foot boat for the renewalof fears race horses yet thinks nothing contract tt M I He. .....%.... cad
and .
eager to sec the local boys-both peagreen in the side.12th. He was has be the one sports market thatis I to the number 10 hole. That's Cup candidates were working the classic to be held here in of driving a boat with the hell. take .hl iMr.Mr..H ...,'

Williams and Montgomery adopted 1 since. come a glutted. l better. than average driving: for themselves into the ground. Stymie Jamaica Bay next Sunday. numeral 13 painted near its bow. for. or he. ...i't "**g WH".. .
Philadelphia as their home- long way The colleges' game made the a lot of men. 1 just galloped and had a five- Lombardo has lightened his Guy graduated from little Dick MuckemMin UI ........ C

renl taking chances of being put I I Their performances this year professional possible.In :r At this point Williams began to eighth work." Ventnoer boat by some 300 putt.putts to the 225-cubic-inch rapidly although he ....... bass
In the next county They have have been fairly equaL return for that, the pros are relax and talk more. "It's almost j John H. Clark points out that pounds.. class.! lie looked to be set, but I I known the correct:: yatam from .. I

already put more than 1100.000 In i I i It Is their first start of the year Impossible. I the same principle as with a sighted ; King Ranch probably would not Outside of these minor changes last year he bought My Sin fora start. 1

the Taylor till for advance tickets at the weight limit. I I person. You have to keep your i I now have Assault had tjie he's standing pat using the boat figure of around $ S.008 and All he had to d.. ... r.. __

I I National Softball head down and a blind man must I strong- tadtd son of Bold Venture he bought last year from Zalmon hung up two new records! at Detroit. the hall and aak .s. ....... f

1': have a perfect stance. I'd say that not been bred there. The G. Simmons Jr. As My Sin the ., lie covered the 90 miles in That's .bom the. Cardnwl war

at PhoenixIn I an 18-hole round of around 120 >II young Lexington Ky., horse craft scored in 1939 in Detroit and :, the average speed of 68.072 and I i all al0Aff: fa

Tourneys I strokes would be a pretty good dealer doubts that lIir would repeated in 1941 at Red Bank I: averaged 70.878 m.p.h. in one of i Treat '.... raugh a.d they fgaf

round for a blind man. It all de- have bought one like Assault at N. J. 1 the three 30.mile heats. better when they'reTelevision : ....,. ..
MidSeptemberPHOENIX I
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J M 5t's National championship Softball(tournament fNEA Congress The will of girls'the beheld Hits Stride in Major Leagues .,


S in Phoenix. Sept. 12-18. that ..

: of the men's, Sept. 21-18. The I..

tournaments are to be preceded by i I, NED MILLS Television is expected to gram director audio engineer. two eras recording the game from control room Tha show the aa> .

State eliminations in this countryand "I EA :"nH (-..- ,.,-"-'."'nt1I t knack radio out of the box. video control technicians a switch, the camera booth. where the announcer nouncer _hat i* beinc .--.. .

in Canada and Mexico. Teams i NEW YORK-That twoyearold Radio is the source of heavy technicial and a transmitter and spotter also sit. enables him to describe the ....,.
will be non-professionaL No player scampering around the larger revenue. supervisor. Each is actively engaged In front of these machines sit In a game between the o.IIiIn t

will be' eligible who has competed cities this Summer is Television Club owners want to know whatto during the entire game. On video control technicians who, by and Cardinals for instance .M. ..

professionally subsequent to by Sports out of Radio. charge for television rights. days oJ a doubleheader. two crews' interphone communication, advise the Brooks' Pt Reiatr is feat *

t I .. July 15. The organization guar- Crashing-the sports field last The three television companiesdo are used because of the fatiguing the cameramen as to focus and base and Bruce Edwanat at taw M

antees substantial travel expense year, gaining momentum with not compete with each other on concentration required. Only the clarity. The program director is plate camera one wovM recant UM .

.. money. The NSC. a rivafof the basketball broadcasts television the same event One has the Yankees announcer and his spotter work also hooked into the phone.At pitcher's warm-up Caaaera.*.
,',. - $ Amateur Softball Assn. of America : has hit its greatest strides in for example. another tne Giants both broadcasts. one side of the television would catch the aches at Ant.

was not organized until Janu- baseball. ': the third the Dodgers. While the screen of a televisionset sets is the audio engineer who amplifies The director' would say "TaIss

ary of this year. There are 10.000 sets in the shows only one picture at a' the announcer's voice the one." which: means the jwIseba II
I
Like radio in its early days!, in radio. would send the action of the ......
F Greater New York area 2.000 of i time. actually two cameras are employed i same as |.
Talon Nose VictorAt them in taverns where customers :i television does not pay for'itself. each running continually. > The sets are numbered one and er over the air

I enjoy the games with their favorI,:I Sponsors who pay the freight in It is the program directors re- two. The director looks at the I If. however PM.t Pete Xa see

Atlantic I ite brew. I i radio have been slow to accept sponsibility to decide which picture two pictures almost simultaneously decided U attempt t. steal talk brt

City I! It is estimated that some 200.000 televislon'as an advertising medi- transmitted.. This takes as they come into the screens audibly action be 'een by Hve .*.. -

ATLANTIC CITY rAP Talon. ; see the home games of the Yankees ;: um. In New York only the Brook- split-second timing and judgment. directs the switch operatoras I I gram director waWhfoc the M*.
Richard N. Ryan's Argentine-bred Dodgers and Giants in this lyn broadcasts are sponsored. An His job is comparable to that of a to which to send over the air. j I ond screen and be -*..M eLI B:

five-year-old, came out ahead of automobile manufacturing company : motion pictore film cutter or This is done by means of a switching I I "Take two" and the .-tc.me .f

Harry Lamontagne's Larhy" Day bya way.The late theatrical producer signed a contract for the newspaper editor. The handicap unit, a complex machine which :! the attempted steal wawM. be ... .

scant nose yesterday in the $25.- George M. Cohan once remarked Bums' broadcasts at the season's though, is that there can be no looks quite simple. An the opera- I' sent out.Fights .. \

000 all American handicap. ;: that nothing would keep a red i ii start and now sponsors home- : re-take or rewriting.The > tor does is pre' s button one or two. now come In Much beta* .

Barney A. Murphy's Concordianwas i hot fan at home the day or night game programs of the Cubs, Cardinals -I nerve center of the broadi;i Between the sets is a third : than baseball because af the caav .

third three lengths farther of a big ball game or fight but he I and Browns. i cast is the production room-a I screen showing the picture that I centrated ttehtin at the tap. af the M.H

back. Talon covered the mile and I was speaking of the possible in- More men are required to pro-I small, dark cubicle tacked away actually goes over the air. Out 1 ring and the small area.

three-sixteenths In 2:00: 1-5. two roads'of radio, not television. duce a baseball television broad under the stands. Here two television :i in the announcer's booth. built into I' .ButtelevtaissisaIwipt.-baaa. IK. ,t

and two fifths seconds off the Anyway, major league clubs, I cast than are needed on a ball sets with small screens are | the announcer's table flush ball fans in the awar cWam.

----- -, I track record and rewarded supporters I looking to the future are con- team-two cameramen an announcer set up each showing the images with the top. is another screen I They see hear bee awl. kea>'at \

BOB MONTGOMERY IKE WILLIAMS with $18.40 for $2. ducting surveys. announcer's spotter pro- photographed by the two camj I j identical with the third in the of the crowd. .... ,

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Oi Unemployed I i Head AppointedTALLAHASSEE t

Reported Good To Enter Texas MarketI At Tampa

r API! John Kil- TAMPA 'AP!! TstnM MtWft'

Reaches I! information director of the and residents of 11 equate Sties
15,200TAMPA :
I (t555 5' tT ,. :; ,'.-'. :;,, .,.,J C,.,r' I? BOB GRIFFINKISSIMMEE"Texas f I pore Tuawtaron ]
: will rna
of suburbs
its
'()Ir Own .,.". .[('. -- , State Industrial CO 11JU55IOft. yesterday -
NEW YORK-Citrus fruit demand
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was appointed Florida Mo- whether the city ataH snnea
cattlemen believe that is '
fAPJ Florida State was good last week and orange now sad ......... tU .....-
this p
tor Vehicle Commissioner to surcecd area
I prices improved even though the time for Florida ranchers to take over a nice section; of
Employment Service officials, estilMtiRC peaches and melons were in heavy the Texas feeder cattle market what with demands up. i; George H. Asbell who resigned ties froth 1.1. .).- *. M uttlMWd. .

\ there are 15,200 unem- supply. I world meat supplies short and the foot and mouth disease|! Thursday. ..-
rtIt'M in HllUborough and Polk Offerings of California citrus .
The .UIIt lie rstMW
!
Kilgore will take office 1'\M- pisfina'
:
Mexico W. R. Frnka cattle from
on a rampage buyer ,
were about normal for the time
OIiIIIII N, said yesterday they fore- : ..A. day. The maximum aJar far the .toy both Uw city Ute mdMe Iseparate .
Garwood. Tex. said )
Florida fruit : yesterday.
of and
:year some
..s. Itttle difficulty in filling allshwas j i post; is $7.500 annually. va.s* If the voice M fa -
canning plant requests for continued to arrive. Apparently I Frnka is familiar with the cattle .\sbell resigned i the JMMt he

Miter when the 1947-48 season Florida citrus will continue almostup 'situation in the South and West Record Cattle'Shipments held since Gov. CaMwetT In* oraMe it .iU lie ttie brat timeTaaspa
t to the time when the new cropis : ha ..r.d. ga ---1&1II'
tttttyata Utt Fall. and is on his second buying trio ausuratinn in 1915 to ,prfi< e IKM whys Ma* erns"caused
At tint Ume last year canning ready. I a port installation; prnfrrt fr !Mace .
California Valencia sales totaled here in Central Florida. I an tFyanmaN w 1. ...r.
01.i eper.Utn< and the FSES an- I the Venezuelan Government.Kilpore. .
136 cars through Thursday against He purchased: 791 head, .
and tabor& shortagehtn re- former
a a newspaperman EalksImart.Msn
..... 125 cars for the previous week. i portrdly worth his L ... ttagn tMa.wo1M
Oe reached its peak but i $13.000, on ha served Industrial
The market continued to improve se1!! a ....... IM red Nr lilt
.>re nrttratien of many workers last trip here in June, and is Commission public relations) director
and the for the ..
average period was L.MdSww --- a aati
AMas atfcer States and failure of since 1945 and also h*
.
$5.62 against $4.95 a week earlier. : back to check on an option for --v'i' T 5 -- <- <<:: ...... IN.. .has laiuu
rMparrs to run at full caP.aIN' edited Florida Hlgh..y'Stat. 1w I
turned the expected short- This is an advance of $2 per box another 1,200 head which he KISSIMMEE-Cattle shipmentsout Road Department pubiirauan w Mla.Cswssatlauna.
in two weeks and California Val- of the Kissimmee River Val- .bS .trt+Ms tlilllll and
holds with local
... Dec. rancher. He his
act a surplus by 1. .a bean newspaper rarrrin
Itoth Rabrrt" ('. Simmons. encias are now at fairly high i Using the Tropical Hotel as ley area this week may well be the 1921 on the Jacksonville Metro ham is bath ..... with tMaatwn ..
levels. biggest! in its history. A. F. r Jack I >' radio .ddesMr. esewtn. d ru
I'SES
the pohs. the
Tampa rrt now Jackaomille Jo'anal
.foamier,n... and ('. C. Miller Polk i The Valencia crop in Southern !' headquarters Frnka and other Crosby. ACL freight agent pre- ), worked for several f"her- c.tar< MM **-fi....... peai '

O. nty rn+naser. Mid the labor California is expetcted to run very buyers have been making side dieted yesterday. newspapers and later. became ,.era and bar Mel. riaraus
.. close to the 40.250 cars estimated His records showed 62 cars of Achorai affMapa ........... ......"
trips the
for t'S during I
Wf>.flr appeared adequate \ i past week to managing editor of.the Tilaha!
l |H* ..Niln| eaMin without any 55A earlier in the season by the Or- i ranches in the Kissimmee Valley. I cattle shipped to six States dunng see Daily Democrat.A : iMMt ta.. wat. Mtas-

Mr illftc/ *it lde the area. ange Administrative Committee. Selection of animals for ship- :|' July. as follows: Texas Big Wells. native of ColuwMa. Kv anr. 'an .... Mar* paBMiatMii M NBM
The tree crop was estimated at : : 1. Hockley. 15. San Antonio. 13.Waco. its plare aa a vrnrrfsae. e.tfin
MUtrr aatel it was! the general: ment to Western pastures that veteran of Warld War one K'gore -
Fe 66,000 cars which indicates that are 1. Corsicana. 1. Dumas. 3. slang .Itti Misw. ... fMltalruw
ptajaw amant Pofk County candela '' is"I 47 year aid. .. jrrrv *
now feeling the of
pinch shortages .
hal ap rattens. mould begin about 25.000 cars are marketed | Cuero 1. Houston, 1: Dodge City. has" been named to hia .th elk ail.. .1i a
caused Mexico's foot and mouthi rest
.4it later than last locally go into various citrus products | by Kan.. 1: Amada. Ariz.. 2; Port the Industrial o..r ahoy. w/ma1rT ttasd ,... wIM.
aftavai
f
fMrH NPV I starting date. or are culled out. i disease outbreak and study of local Redding. N. J.. 2: Baltimore. Md.. I. lass Isle Tatstla r ... 1.... Ibis.

gar they do pet under way.ttn A check on sizes indicated that breeding stock has been the 3: Fair Oaks. Ind.. 1: Florida, Jack- ti'n'ts ma,. I Itss.arnaa

afl.immA. ntuatien will be the Valencias will not be quite t chief interest of the visiting Tex- i sonville.) Tampa 3. i Stetson University ( Mt Talatr. s.r...

( avwrH .wetly than last mason X a .* I so large as first estimated and the ans. ::. Crosby 'said several large shipments has i/eiMafy t.... '5ett

.Nae rgrtlnaod. I crop as a while will average about i I Other out-of-State cattlemen) were being arranged for Adds 12 to FacultyDELAND er. MaaM.Wtt atuataiaal M air
I 276 to the box with some 47 per currently in this section are: J. F. this week by cattle buyers here _." rat araMr aoo ie.esttt.1
.Iaeta haw bewt moving fastat
.. .. _.... Parker. Beaumont. Tex. M. E. f
: ..
a* af Mir warehowe* through: : cent of the crop expected to run from out of the State. < ahmaa tstal let"tr. n- IrMlaw'.f
|288s and smaller. Robinowitz Richmond. Tex.; I Tare nrr..ldt1 a tlaaad. tits *.' 'u MM a. .
IAwf+wfcfc aarn this year teat and many FIELD CRATES HAVE LIGHT WEIGHT: Mary Adams of Haines I The run of small sizes on Val- Charles Kallina. Garwood. Tex. ; members ha-.e been apt boson
Mason demonstrates the of aluminum field encias is of California's and Paul Briggs. Protection. Kan. Daytona Building i Stetson UruveraiP v.'f fur ,the . .
./M .lara ram....,* win not be City light weight new one persistent \ ..... ........
titerror this hegtalnd. crates being introduced to the Florida citrus industry. The boxes l problems as the bulk of |Ace Ellis.' Menard. Tex., left last : Fall quarter 'in order othe ......."
w Jape year.
the consumer trade prefers a : week to visit the Crum Ranch in Totals $326,275DAYTONA faculty for the rrrordment fOft1"'llt." ..
weigh but BV2 pounds each as against 18 to 20 pounds for I ;: NUIIfAl" fA
..._... 1wt4 leek prlNlurtiftn I larger: run of sizes.!' I I Tampa. 1 of :22! : students IHHH''''
I -
M. 4ilt<.', operate full wale. he. i I wooden containers. .. I Florida orane; sales through Always willing:: to plug Texas BEACH-Carl-Wcth-r officials announced> '.>>...nIa\ Myduji.s kIMYTfA ....
A "- Thursday amounted to 12 cars> Brahman breedings. Frnka said he Those appointed are .1.....
H I
Mr *f eren'| khlppinc fa tHMlk.
erell. building has
compared with 20 1-2 the previous hoped Florida breeders were intro- city inspector Fisher of ITrlanit instrun_ a ..
tot thk rarar tt looks : This kind ducing fresh bulls to their herds to 'reported that city building permits history Douglas TeaJ. Jr rN+1I R Nliatrsr
week. is
probably some : n*snit
Three Cattle I
nf H rH ft* able U keep full Aluminum Field 1 avoid inbreeding for July total $326.275. mak- .tM ... #. .4.$..... u. tltaeeM4.
of record for the last week of July. tor In nosiness arfMHuat ration w
4MH* fc* t" ,..... ..
"Everywhere I visit and talk ing theear's total to date closeto .. 'eo./wtr ;eI teat...sus rw
{j i Demand was active and at the Y. Mickle. professor of ttYMrs.
.IrNW ant atoit S JeO of .. .
.
$2 million. ibe' h. t. 4..e at ..ralarlr _m.sokw.d wereare Market Sales close prices were higher. Good with Florida ranchers, they tell July becomes the third mo.tactive administration. Dr Karl cu.-! Ynfc.'i* (",. :,,I' H. ....... .....,... I.
fruit sold well all week with some me they've tot the situation in Arnold visitin prnfrwr fII tas i
.
..inn tuh. awtmxl to men building permit month this ""*" .... Uf *Snf .. .. 4isst. ..
Crates Prepared i sales well above $7 per box. At hand and that through: selective Also Mm. 8uan Vaughan Arn
.mr ,
ttklln faalsattst mPegattmm.N year. Permits have been issuedfor 'h.Kn- i M* ..to. _..
Total $92,195 ;I the close prices were $5.85-6.45. I breeding they hare kept away old. asMK-tate proframn .f RncluftMias .. ..
188 dwellings '
single family ft
new : mes a a May It .
T I The supply of California grape- from too much close breeding, Helen K Rauchuw samut- .
i I .,
apartmenI
Near I and number of _
a.t Ae b.
Completion a I' ; b' ....
JACKSONVILLE lAP) Live By JACK GURNETT fruit remains steady and has av-i I Frnka said, "and I must: say the ant profesw of art Or .... .. -
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.. of duplex type so far this year. s .4MM
'
4 t1 AP' The fin houe stock sales on three Stateoperated -I .J.r' .1 eraged I around 25 cars to 30 cars : cattle I've seen are fine." : H. Barnetle ptotawor of soelsists II .. ,. iloen.l I
M
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ova f/A Taawat larat reatprecla markets totaled $92,195.67 WINTER HAVEN-After many per week. Through Thursday sales Speaking of current prices. Dr. A. M Winchester head of ')h. ..
...M de L tti/wnhi I In82 I totaled 26 cars against 23 for the Frnka said the 15 cents per pound Winds Save Clearwater biology depirtMent. MUM brn: .e "

....... Ar rss..dnurt at _. last week, according to figures re- i months of experimenting and field ;' previous period. Prices last week I rate for stocker cattle he had Newell instruct .health MM

Mir ..Ids are arhettbrle4. fer feaed by headquarters of Statemarkets |testing, methods used in the averaged $4.50 compared with ;quoted to him by some sellers was From Rotting Fish Mass physical educatmn Areh. Mr- -

I T L... swot wadi yesterday I building of B-29 bombers have $4.75 the week before. I i in line with buyers' notions. i CLEARWATER fAPl prevailing Millan and Mt w Helen Raer. *aw.-

--- Bulk of the week's sales was reported been applied to the cons\ruction j Florida grapefruit offeringswere I I "Of course." he said. "I'm over I southeasterly winds were credited voter IM'; ijrior! W """ -'I'! ..

from Arcadia where 1,223 'of aluminum field crates which. down to three cars against here to buy cattle at the lowest ( yesterday with: saving Clearwater man r"M',.te 'rt>! as .1 i rph -- r" .. .. I
i i it is believed by the developers i week before. Prices at I; Florida Beach from being covered with ..
rattle mere sold. Of this number right the possible figure just as a Glam - "o.t' M ..1i== J.
I Years W7 mere steers, which brought i| will outlast five to seven wooden' the close were $3.30-4.40 against 'rancher would if he came out ;: rotting fish from the central mass

price ranging< from $8 to $16.75. :; boxes and save 10 per cent or more 2354.15 the week previous. Texas way.1Electrical i; which had come ashore at Indian c..r

Other prices quoted were: !1, in the loaded weight of fruit from 1 Weather has been warm for the Rocks Beach south of here. It was IF VITAMINS 1"I I '

-. UninterruptedDividends 1 I talus. SI.:': yearlings! $8-16; the RTOVC to the packing house. past two weeks in Northeasternstates Workers I feared that high tide yesterday
DON'T rt
\ hitters SS-IS.75; cows, $6- Admitting that the ifrst aluminum and apparently the juice would bring another segment to BUCK fOIl IW L Mri..lM I

It.I !$; bull. $9.S-1I.50. |: field crates sent down here demand for oranges is sufficient: Open Annual Meeting j the beaches here. try NVXATtO .

\ ) The Quincy state livestockmarkets I' for field testing were not "what so that oranges sell more or less i I PANAMA CVITY TAP1 Delegates J Only scattered bodif'Spre as.. r. Ma r-- a.ma ... ::tIl: I i
1 .. !
weekly auction handled they should have been. the sales independently of deciduous fruit. floating! in Clearwater waters after wt. F.55 Yr=

... eight rattle and 88 hogs for a engineers of Reynolds Metals Co. This probably would not hold true representing 16 local branches the tide passed however. :R..&. 'laos" :: ,. ..>>- ... ...... -- ... .
ra.Na I I of the International Brotherhood ... .. .... ko!!t ar
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I' N. ..My.... .. ... .
ii1: ---.. .le..letwh each total of SU39.28. and the Louisville originators of the new if supplies were increased much of Electrica IWorkers f'" sa ... .,.. .. a,'f. i ..... .
i : III 4....... er.INMN.MM. ... Jay Mate ttvectock market's one- idea .are now getting ready to set but so long as New York has just I I opened Shipbuilding o......... ,. wN..MIN. asa __. Maas.m s s-
CompanySells ... .
-.. the firts annual convention of I a.1 a ..-
a_ boas." day sale volume ran to $11- up a big fabricating plant in the moderate supplies, they are absorbed I I the Southeastern System Council f fOt"J.l"
.. $1.14 citrus belt. at $1 MillionJACKSONVILLE !
.m a .. .-.. quickly. here I
.... ...., This plant will assemble the Peaches will be in big supply for yesterday.The t
[API Sale Of
1 Mao boxes from stamped pieces sent weeks and prices council composed of em- I
Educator the next two
Appointed I ti
I ployes of the Commonwealth and the land buildings. and improve-
tWIYnllJlHhr .,..*... still. TALLAHASSEE lAP) Alvin L. from the Kentucky factory. have already begun to ease off. !t Southern Properties in the Southwest ments of the wartime St. Johns t i
Built to mmeet the Florida requirements has completed the heavi-
.!. la f.x.n>IH. |n,e.tr .. VftfaMm of Lakeland yesterday for space the boxes are est Georgia shipping stage and North Caro- i was organized in Atlanta in Shipbuilding Company here to a i
was named' supervisor of school : December. Companies involved include I newly formed Jacksonville corpor- Y..r iraSu Its
.S,
said by Ed Little of Orlando, Rey- lina has reached it. The heaviest ,
accreditation' for the State Georgia Power Co.. Alabama ation for a sum in excess of $1
Department
; nolds sales engineer to allow easy peach crop is in South Carolina inaer. M Merlfrs ..
of Education. Power Co.. Mississippi Power Co., million was announced yesterdv.
ALto CO.'NVISTMINTS sterilization against the germina- however, and this State will be at tirinngr w stllw ,, : I,
South -Carolina and Gulf Power The property, consisting of 165
i i
is
Tampon Made Solicitor I tion of fungus-something that i its height in about a week. : Cos. acres with a mile frontage on the ..f d.... 1grr.w.r..
not possible with the wooden -- --
boxes. i i St. Johns River, was sold by William
TALLAHASSEE TAP Caldwell -;
] GOT.
i used in bomber construction. R. A. To Seek P. Engel, Birmingham real THE FIRST NATWMi MMK M I.I MIm I t
It i R..4ri>h yesterday appointed. V. R. Designed to allow ample ventila- Gray
of the t
to broker and his associate
estate
N...... hatter Tampa attorney to succeed tionand with open ri bconstruc- i Up now one biggest Pgei.t ... s..r- 1.F w.. ar4..

1>M ......I. PJU., Tel.n1 'h* late Luther W. Cobbey as tion. the boxes are said to stack i installations of the aluminum Re-election To Post ', L. E. Wolfson and Bros. tothe utaaaa 'tau I.r.... t .. .." field is at the Dr. P. Phillips Cooperative Duval Terminal Co.
HJJIbnroulh: County Solicitor. easily with wooden containers and : TALLAHASSEE (API Sec. of '
-- to be interchangeable in everyway. plant and solid truckloads 'State R. A. Gray, who has held j-----, --- ,-
i of them have been seenfrequently
'"" I Field crates constitute "rapid office for 17 years yesterday madea
I in the section.
Ohio\ G. FatrchfldMiiUm replacement and turnover" item I ridge birthday announcement of his
I i the box is built of .
Technically ASSOCIATED
r E. Bray for the industry when made of candidacy for re-election. At
: known to scientists NOW
H. RyUnd eo.Eo wood and it has been hard to get an alloy as He made the announcement informally -
R-301-W. with a tensile strengthof
# null Gardner sufficient labor and materials to at a breakfast meetingof
LeRoy RoequlttI build new ones and reconditionused 56.000 pounds per square inch the Florida Publicity and Public I _. Ji
and the box, ready for use weighs
crates. When one or more Relations Directors' Assn. holding
I FA1rHILD falls off a truck there is little or pounds 8"2 pounds for as wooden against containers.The 18 to 20. part of its annual meeting here. i FOR IMMEDIATE DUlVflr

no recovery. The aluminum field I
e riveting and method of assembly -
box developers believe that replacement VFW C.mmander Dies .,
1 1I are the same as used in THE UNIVERSAL "BAHTAM"ELECTRIC
and repair costs will be
held to a minimum by using: the aircraft construction. Actuallythe VERO BEACH I IAPI Thomas H.

war-developed! aluminum alloy box is slightly narrower and York 34, commander of the John'

not quite as high as a wooden box, Mixon Post, VFW. died in a hospital : -.-- -
=g but has the same cubic inch ca- here yesterday from stomach HAMMi
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I' pacity. disorder.Forestry I T"\
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When having your : Welaka Woodbine Camps I IIii

8'9.18
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I ftr I:; '>01! to TV Surviov Sent, I-< tar1 I'i II""I 1I

r serviced or repaired GAINESVILLE Sixty-five students in the University \

J. i of Florida School of Forestry are getting practical experience t ti Iii -

i at two six-weeks camps at Welaka Fla., and Woodbine, Ga., ; ;1 1; '. ....

I this Summer, according to Prof. Harold S. Newins, school II j ;" ,' "- _
,
director.The <,. c:
INSIST' I "
camps are conducted as a tions.The Georgia Forest Products 4

-- part of the University of Florida I Co. produces principally telephone I ..., ,
i Summer school. poles but also cuts saw timber TT .

ON The first, CIne closed July 24 ;i and pulpwood in a continuous harvest ,, ,
I and the second began July 28. !I plan that has been in opera- <::

I They are required of students I tion for the past 22 years ..

i who have finished their sophomore i i I ,',.. '.", ., .. ),.
<
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GENUINE year. ..' .'
The Summer field work programwas -

disbanded during the war. the 'I I, .; ,; '1.Id .- r. _

| 1947 sessions being: the first ones PUMPSOF ..... .
CHEVROLET I held since 1942. The field work is II
OR OLDSMOBILE PARTS iS
i directed by Dr. E. A. Ziegler of the 'I,
school faculty. }

About half of the group during ALL KINDS Iii :

Engine assemblies now available. I each period goes to Woodbine for : -

three weeks on the large tract ,I iI iII i\
owned and operated by the Georgia I
DAY and NIGHT TRUCK SERVICE : Forest Products Co. Home Wafer Systems II II'Iii
At the end of three weeks this i

croup moves to Wflaka, where 1
the University of Florida operates I Red Jacket 1'Iii
a conservation reserve and Just the thing for small /

the group which has been at A Robins & Myers Apartments, Trailers i. I ,
OLDUIODILt CHEVROLET Welaka moves to Woodbine. I ''I /
P. W. Frazer and J. W. Miller Johnston C a m p s, Etc. It Does
: Hydramatic
Jr.. of the school faculty, were in EVERYTHING! ../
charge of the 35 students who I --. "
composed the two groups which

I ;. have just finished camping. Dr. $ .50 : STUB
Ziegler and K. R. Swinford will 1: FLORIDA'S LARGEST RADIO AND APPLIANCE

l II CHEVROLET COMPANY conduct the second course withan and Up II .

enrollment of about 30 stu-. !I I

WE SELL WE SERVE WE SATISFY :I dents.At Welaka the students also Nothing Down I "Ii i d; SELECTION GREA1Et

j cruise timber and make an inventory $5.00 Month 'I '
per Of IET'.Ea
U.. Our Connnient Budget Plan estimating amountof i I 1 MUCH4NDISI spa '' c7.,
n '
.
wood of various types grow- :, [

115 W. Central Ave. Tel. 2-4441 in; in the reserve thin young LIBBY & FREEMAN I 1'1'Iii'''!'
1
pines and operate a fire tower. '
s At Woodbine the students cruise I J1'" ,.
TilV.. StTel. 9869
l timber and make an inventory as Church i
well as observe commercial cpera-i I li


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AUGUST 3. 19-17 THE SUNDAY SOOxmx.-STAR.: ORLANDO FLORIDA 1 tlI 1

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Sought, on Taxes City BuilderGoes I i urbtZ I Hardwood Manufactured Flooring From i iI I iI I I r : MI I II the Bornfi a ,.: '' .a r'. 0 n. "



ft* vet IMNMAM..
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of ., ..t tt '
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f r. .;*% WAtHIMiTON COMMITTEE advises that Wild 'Heavy Hardwoods'The I I
K Hog
'+'%.% r +**.** 1ft" K .'11. Social Security Bill.! \ a a term "hardwood." popularly i DUMBER CO !

l' *.. tw sal I*t ........ .1 l MUff Mtatroen from the' 7 e., applied to the type of floors usedin

L. ... KANSAS CITY [TAP I Some real nearly all American homes, is t .
ft'nwtt' team.....hnn tax. failed of pa sa&e. ,( d Exhaael Ian x AOMlA"
estate J. C. Nichols deanof F a slight misnomer according to
t it a ...r. t |..,M" ,, *u% pl'''xble in open. the bill city men builders say has gone hog wild eta authorities on flooring lumber. aa 30"LGp t. a .

.*- hhe .rvaoa er --j with ideas and money in his nationally gs ah s'x' Oak as well as the other com- All al II i r . ,.
-i -- fill e fta* fill MI ... ...
known Country Club dis- monly used species, correctly Retl red. orrk.
.a1 .r. +.:i.... (Ravel.t.c. I 1'
.. Rent Control trict. comprising about a tenth of should be designated at "heavy r .. am.....
.. #* In T .. M '", tta... Kansas City's residential a1"ta.At hardwoods" they point out.Hardwoods .
.obit. '- S 1W'It.' 4grrpetna they explain, include Full and r..1d... ... dRtwiffwt
first the
glance 66yearoldcity r
........... .
pVw
.-. a On Rooms StillApplies developer does appear to bf two distinct groups of spe- and tMlrlMla ,
.t' .. l 1', kav. t a bit extravagant. He has spent cies. One is known as "light hard- I n.*r ( **UM. M* ttitMr.
,
ax.x.* In .e.. woods." and the other as "heavy i i ; "' ."!
a half million dollars of his own ..
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. r ar, t J
v -*.aa Here zt ; ;
23' hardwoods.: Among the formerare ..
1
money to turn into an outdoor ,y k \ .
e art museum the district that had '4 : rWM" 5 c t 1,. poplar cottonwood and several .....,.:> ) >.. "
I .
1 ..HMI. Ica..... low ftntrol till applies to its beginning 42 years ago near'a I other species which are relativelysoft I :":" ....it' !#- lIt
w"
**. ""* .*1a ... .... ...... 'rftftIU in boarding andteiteaaa : hOC lot in a neighborhood of textured-more so. in fact ii/Of:
t1aF fill ...... ... alga nties. t than some of the so-called soft- 't. ., :. & .\-- ._faI t
.
..... -, ..... tK..irt W L Jones area Nichols') Spa n i s patterned j' t b woods. I ::1.:...... :/J'.':: .. lI:& PAINT l
t.l. I
al Me .. .. '... tluf't ',.t MM yesterday. Light hardwoods. therefore are
ill .. Country Club Plaza, a shopping !j I JACK E. SAXTON
..if IeaablrL r d 1M mean, lit pointed out. center gateway to his planned city not used for flooring. Experienceand i

.. etlf.eY ... .... Hk4 i..*tli...m rent for urh within a city is as authentic as modern scientific tests have '. . manager of the Orlando

> *...*.Mrt 4 bw (.l. wane IN .ha| they were on :Madrid. One entrance to its numerous proved that the heavy hardwoods branch of the National Pressed

...4 --... .... II ..... r >.*. H, aM thai rrupant sunken parking stations such as oak. maple beech birch Steel Co distributors and

eke ....h. ... .... tM 11ra M* aftr4 lh. came prttrc- comes from Granada Soain. Its ". and pecan are by far the most warehouses of galvanized and

....+ loetrhSLs" ..... tti M.. .,....., nlawtul' etktlonsM theater lower might easily be mistaken -4' ",. L.. .. suitable for that purpose.- As the .
aluminum roofing products in
as1/M1aatM r a.- Mr ... law prvtidr '.r other for one atop an ancient ,, 'r'J name "hardwood" indicates these "'. f ......
<
-- ... ......i.. r. /eraaesM. Seville cathedral. I i "DOLL'S HOUSE" is the name given this tiny three-room woods are strong hard and dur- Central Florida and East Coast line ram., a a ,4 ,* ...
...-.... ... ...-- ... able. districts. A student ot the t pa t- p. *
house residents of suburb of Melbourne
Collmgswood
If a ...*. MtaMlMu through !Some Kansas City Rf'all.tate: ; by I rappU+t,

/eN-4... ....... a I Qstrwa Ittt ft MVM* ta slid prated by men said Nichols was cra/y \ Australia. It has on eight-foot frontage, a yard-square i' University of Florida In '1937 -. - - 1 1i

*. ttdtiae.. Uwrr.woe of not when he announced in 192 ,. front garden and three windows. A man and his wife live Mowing, Chopping ,38, Saxton lived in Orlando P

: I" ., .... ... thaat II per ffftt. are pos- plans for an ultimau S3 million I in it. I I Urged for Pastures I i from 1926-30. C j
plaza. It looked" like. road j
I"4 oIk .a .wilt 1Mat.. a sure I Ii i ---- - -> -- .
.
I'" __ '' I *" '
to bankruptcy. Even: today. '
.S i n: lo T'-e S '>ao. :e >
.. .. fI .. .. ...
Nichols says "there are a lot TAVARES More product The magnolia is named for he IntM l.o. k Iwo
r ...oAlU .. ttlaaS.MirtlliM .ui b* an entry. of city developers around Mho ', be obtained French professor of botany Pierre
120 New Homes Planned pastures can by mowing !WU MaN ....
.... .
. -, -- .... Ha tafM. of brwmmt the amardI think I've gone hog wild. or chopping to keep down weed Magnol. IIMlplrol tMla
.......
AI
'' ra ; = Nichols stout and bald and rich : growth and to prevent grasses Meer. ..

_. _.. '" o'3..J"I a a... at W. doesn't worry about it any Work on 120 new homes. to cost This was necessary becauseof from going to seed County Agent %$o I -.. -

..* h .... ttarlat. I KIM "t kit., % uctestion mote if he ever did. Today hundreds between $5.000 and $6.000. will I Government priority for purchase I, R. E. Norris said. .w1 ..
4 Mx ... . ,, Pastures so treated will provide
Hut IK* lh and f trt Of city developers beat a be started soon by Wellborn C. -
t 4 a tttiia all ..... to tUtUla .h. will rash path to his penthouse office on Phillips on a 40 acre tract at I, of improvements under a good grazing over a longer period .
... .. I % .ie
e 1 a Ja s. tMtd.
t
a a
,. ..... .. .. .. H4 leerataal| Wavv fend next the third floor of his Spanishtypeheadquarters South St. and Bumby Ave., he lease. than pastures that are not man- 1
..' '" ... .. ... AITOMITM" It4l8
.. ... . aged in this With the grain
*4 Ik* money ei.ely.ho to find out how he said yesterday. Edward Bialla. Arthur W. Ren- way.
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4 1a a j' fw .-.- I INN)* firm* aIn
oaer .Hh :are appnnal of did it. i His purchase of the site hitherto ander and the Strang Buick Co., shortages good pastures for feed H\'". at .., .....
.4 ** ot|.nl.4lUn., II will IPs' Country Club District. where Orlando Army Air Base South all of Northport. N. Y.. sold the are more important than ever be-

tit k4. p*..M. |fc. .It per rent now 50.00) persons lire in homes rang- I Camp has been approved for im I tract to the Orlando builder. Existing -, fore. Norris said.
** r J7 CIt .HTSu' .
......" for the lit to put tip *in 0'"' from $10.000 to $250.- : mediate possession. Phillips was buildings will be sold locally. --- - ---

"& .. roth ,., nU hate loan. II (otO.() has b.-come a model for city infoimed by the U.S. Army Engi- --j jI

is Isra, p.*,Ur the deed pa''rut tlanmnv. It is the largest residen- neei s.I . I

4.$ 11IM on a ...... *r a lot .. wltirb to li"1 i | aim of its! kind ever developed ,, Orange County I ORLANDO REAL ESTATE

.*. r r . fa C Court RecordsMARRIAGE
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fc.a.-o. !. the larnotrr. It Is i Nbek-d bv fel'ow! real estate men : I BUSINESS HOMES GROVES I
Business -
.*-. MM. *. M Huge i
.ellnaled that rash released rs America's foremost city builder APPLICATIONS;

In Or..,. ro..U alone willrrv4 ; I I: G-o:;, Sven er. 82. rMlrrd. 201 W.
% II It ..m.... and fort S"''om '!stillL' he has a habit of 0, Seen ,i01 c>nr;W l. Central and Charloite! Mae Wheeler. 70. '. If it's for sale phone us,
Expansion i
III IM feft ISa .. HUt. ..... fit million. lOrn. nacin! his office as he talks. He' !I Tar! A;rut Unratb. :35. Army. Iowa City we will call to see you. '
.t..*. lean ..,...... from ref is a prolific talker. His work benchs U" :JvIU'hy Lucille Jones 27 Yankee

"Mf I tS !.... IkK rath hut a home : a 12-foqt long old English In Golden, WestBy TOlin. COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT {|

0 .., w t'-. ---1P"1 te a .*.... ataln Inflation. table. Ills performance there resembles Innu'ry.net' appraisal r.tate of Os- I. A. T. DAVIS BrokerChas. .
something like five ring: .
a cart S h.-niclt :
RALPH H. HEPPE A. ChabcA ociaks A. G. IIMHs
I Ii I Grart-, B Rlmbo.t al. petition for'
i\ /l1Mq RIl.. IliibMN .....i4 reveal! that patrrns. of circus He moves up and down the SAN FRANCISCO l IAPJ] A hordeof order armntstntloD; BQDCCtisarr estate
ir r tllNrtlt tit FL1. _.I. -tiint p4area' w..te ( per desk from one chair to the next oi Yewiy E: Bar:eron.I I 33 So Main St. Phone 5S29
and from one project to another industries akin to a second ? "
I .<< r't he fond reefed them. I, SUITS IN CHANCERY" ;
like a one-man assembly line. Betty Jean Emecrans Tlr, In
---- j gold lush is pressing into the Par et re

I An associate once explained West storied land of the rip- adoption. INSTRUMENTS FILED I See n ab.N 'see Pesaal .......
his secmintlr unlimited
energy roarji' days of '49. I! Frcdrtta C Volihlmaa to OrrU'.t A''i 1....... sled eeero.l .....
by sayin "He does thine
every Barr et UT ed S10 1
I, LUMBER In doubles." Fabulous riches to be derived M F Bole el BX t. G J Brc-ylej et 11& .

It saves time, he explains. from a golden era of trade in .I mu Ciyounte$:l 000.Bayer et nx to Alkn'i Winter I I I........... Mir

His patriotism; flo -s into bet- the next .century are the lode- I Park Loan mt$ $300 '

ter city buildtn He probably has stone. |I I Voieh-.man Onriile A w-io.et BX to Fredetta. C !i iI IfIf $19.15 pAll \

given more of his own time, with Compared with this the $81 mil- I H Fred Dietrich Jr et BX to Fir Oat Oar .....
WHLDINC SUPPLIESPiM out pay to the planning of modern lion which the first gold rush pro- i I I Bank Marsaret at Orl m.1I Smith(430 Holbrook 20 et a10 '. ...... 1.ele .....

I Washington: than any other man. 0 0I duced in its peak year is bt a Gladys Cooke Arery dcd 1100 I II I -
In 1926 he was npointed by Pres. !' I I Minnie< Bassett to Rebecca Gash am. :I
I nugget in the poke. I William B Archibald Jr et al. to Fir''' ..''
... 1A11rNg ritMlft Siding .C.ilingtill home house business Bock w.-a.J
Coolidge to the National Capital I The rush is years ahead of its Fed Bas and Loan Asan mt, 18435.I . your apartment or

Ion. MttUMff' Still Weights Cord Park and Planning Commission time. It stems from: (Ill The accelerated -I A'L Cox et BX tp William Brian Arcbii I 625 ....
charged with converting of i bold Jr. et as wd 110 property 1 U for sale-list it with
wartime expansion ,
Irma
washing-1 C Ravenacrott et fir to Harriet -
.. ia** lMtn Htr..trt Naili Roofing I ton into the most manufacturing. [121 The war-born : R Hunts et sir wd S10. I ----- --- . -
!: tal in the world. He has been on steel industry. f 131 Favorable changes -|I Irma C Ravecscroft et sir to Thomas I )I.'. Sheep e.- -.. ........
I A Rivenscroft et wd 110.
BX: ,
t---- T the commission since. the I an4 iMWii. a 1 ((10' Ill /M
ever in freight rates. ((41 The potential I Ralph J Turner et BX to E*rl R Turneret
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only original member left on it. ux wd $10. MAfilh W e I ....
markets of this region and
tel Meity Mrt ArticlesINIVSTRIES ; Russell D Matson et BX to Grace Helen W. B. NICHOLSON Realtor
I "I think I owe it to my countryi 'I the Pacific Basin. !Matron wd S10.i .
citizen." he said. I Fir Nat Bank at Orl to Daniel K: Layman ,
i i I as a As LJ 49, when gold lured men I i' -
Washington is not the only spot et ux: em.Wiliam :
to California in droves this mo- rwi
I H Anderson to>> Chariea H
rWUFS INC. that has felt the Nichols touch. I dern rush converges on this State. I Brame et ox assian mss 10. 14 South Main Street T.lephene 2-1619

Scores of cities have consulted him But it spawns over the other {i et Darnel BX mtc C$Mtiller.c tt ux to Fred J Gamen t

on city planning. Right now he's States-Arizona. Idaho. Nevada.I Leroy W News et ax to A H Medbury ..
a file >IK1IIO\X. t AVE. AT ACL RTn N. teem.. a' Mow M '
devoting four months of his year Utah and Washingtonof ax
Oregon. \ edHI'
I I Ward et BX to Trareleti Ins : ..... r t t
to help write a textbook on.urban
this youngest region of the na ,CO mtf "$lID.
..".. _._ .' :MIKo. development. He is doing it as Lion. '' Emma A Lennon U Francis Adam Lennon I I.
et ux sm.
chairman of the Community
I Loman B Anderson et BX to N G Filler
I Builders Council of the Urban
i
wri $10. I IGrorxe
Sac FEEL SAFE ; I Land Institute a non-profit organization Real Estate Sales F Hall et BX U J C Houter et
u made of city dewlopel's. U wd 10.
I up i J C Rouser et nx to George T Hull ,,
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y. s a't'e d .tw throe It a m* Iwr.'i I I .
I Total '539,700 : _
7 M sae (h. Bat to i Nichols hopes the textbook I Arthur D S Bond et ax to J C Housec
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> 'K ".rr .c hone Iou. I '
et qcd 10.
'' < ux:
.
.alga Mk. dams. Itor. I .I will give a practical approach to - I --'STrl Fir Fed Sav and Loan Assn to Cliff C PRODUCTSIntroduces
HOLLOWAY CONCRETE
fJ. '..., .are oeh Ttt.. In"uN'e ; outlying residential buildin He SANFORD Among the real Ca'.laway! et ax .m.i ,
I red ...fl't.. .|SMMt tea. then. would like to see city planners estate sales recorded last week at i Gordon T Wood et nx to Joseph E
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N Ht a . .. YOUR bom I Devereaui et us mla UtE
4 i -"some have a tendency to the Seminole County Court House J B XUrke ct BX to Gordon T Woodet *
: weep themselves off their feet some. of the larger ones totaled ux wd 10.
Central Title & Trust Engcne Van L ndingh m et BX to :Ethel
with their dreams." $39.700. according to documentary '
own Porter ate S1SOO.
I abandon theory except where stamps affixed. 18 Elbe B Porter M :Euitne Tan Landlnfj -

L3 Company I they can afford to experiment.That Carl M. G. Kruger of Germantown I j'I ham LlU'lle..1I et BX SIll.I U R A Scbroeder et1& f fWHAT f.

_..c-: ; u r.. Cenraltb might sound contradictory Conn., purchased the Paola: mtc S71SS.73
;' I! coming from a man like Nichols. house! of Alfred A. Vine for $8000.A. . Act to. Swed Distributing Co lease (30
.ne 1111h.c I Vine from H. M. monthly.Winifred fJ
; W. purchased
..-- : I I uho at the age of 25 dreamed of C Beck to O C Sanders et ux
a "Paris in the Southwest" as h Haven a Fifteenth St. house- for wd 10.
.. ... .oast! titSr> I Mar.MO-Afclr.f| .f Title : dug his own drainage ditches in $6000. Frank W. Jones purchased Post Ralph: Credit W Cambie Union mU tt $3600.ax to Orlando! THE ONLY .

ReNeNalla. t his "hog lot addition." Nichols 'from J. R. Jones 9.67 acres of Charile 0 Grant et al to Family Loan
farm land with a small house tenant Co mt& (200t
has His Country
explanation.
LMtHS TUft "'siraice GorporaiionANNOUNCING :, i j. Club an District was a long-time job. :I house and barn in the Sanford I I Say Ix-wu and Paul Loan Smith Ann mt tt, $4 ul:000.I to. Fir Fed HYDRAULICALLY OPERATED AUTOMATIC

Celery Delta. I I W A Johnson et BX to Lewis Paul Smith
He didn't into outdoor art until .
RIIIN I'$'. "',\. i go j I R. L. Glenn sold a house In et ux wd 10.
I he and his district could af- t !: Ray Kennedy et al to W A Johnson et
I Ir Dreamwold for Arthur J. MACHINE i
ford it. Neither does he say it will $6000 to nx[ sm. CONCRETE BLOCK
work for the next fellow. i Williams. Euclaide R. Applebysold' I Wil.iam S Uaxey: et nx[ to Fir Nat Bank
,W Garden mti $.120:
-- '. the Palms and Pines restau- t __
: : : : : : : : n.l Nichols isn't going overboard ( I -- - u ..'
about the so-called new fangled rant building just beyond Geneva I in I CENTRAL FLORIDA
i: Park Ave., to William i
doesn'tbelie"e i Ave. on INSURANCEPhone
"city of tomorrow.: He
Lamb of Armitage Cottages for I
Pittsburgh or Chicago is
$5700. John O. Andes traded a 2-4596 ,,
s
going to be completely rebuilt nowor
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1 30-acre farm with bungalow and
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ever. farm building to C. D. Dorton for Lee M. Crawford : I
I He does think the "city of to-
r the old French house on French t-
11r of the location morrow" will have narrower sidewalks -
tfmng new ... and longer blocks in .the Ave., adjacent to the Sanford 668 N. Orange Are.
State Farmer's Market. i
.I to real estate offices of I IVY :. residential districts: shorter blocks _u -- -
i--- '
in i i .
:I and wider streets the business .1

area; no residential alleys and I q
r: homes and neighborhoods that OLD LINE LEGAL RESERVEt.r1A" I

II I .1 will last a hundred years or more. !

I \ AN SMITHt} Each outlying; shopping center { tI (! i iI a1i

.: should have its own distinctive T.Jli I '

type of architecture with restrictive 1t.4.i'L
ANDHATHUVN :: \ J .
: : provisions controlling unsightliness -

o in signs, particularly .I
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o projecting and roof signs. Nichols I rv $
M *
THOMAS I II : never has deviated from this planin kJ'RUTL.AND tWalr; M

.. any of his own shopping dis- f s 'G i, Z'R 1tI .

tricts. Shopping centers should be -

::: built in a massed group rather
I! r. i than along a main highway where Q.mJ..JlO no1U.PA PHONEBUILDING .

I.us ls44.tNt.ly" "pQM In the not ;.: I I traffic already is congested. U 4000 v F" _ I

I ... M ...,,4. I.t f the pest ilftt.n : Homes and neighborhoods III I I -.
i
i.l should be built to last a hun- !
... .. w. t-Wflk1y 'familiar with all : ..j !
dred years. ["Our forefathers THIS WILL MEAN TO YOU . .
I ...... 1S11.4Jsc..at ,p.rtl.e., built house to last 200 years. .j i HAVE YOU INQUIRED ABOUT

t tHill. There's no reason we can't. Last- Ii j I.. II
and 0. environment will create bdI''1 OUR NEWBUDGET Our nw hydraulically operated automatic Trxtt ONCE AOAW t101a ___
.. lit It. ... T"' .. .. listings .0 ,
. ter respect for property rights I' concrete block machine built by the F. C. WAY USTRIDE- AN fl'$ /.. ,.
. .r.,1oa of .Brektrt.\ .. ; ,
t p I'
: and build better citizens.as well I' GEORGE MACHINE CO.. is the finest and ; .M pnqa M tt111sa r

.. t'6.r; Mi+ii .! 'Ift'L lacom or bustt :' as better 'cities."] l lSound 'II PLAN most efficient of its kind on the market today. tedeoaen 8M Mir .... ..-.
zoning but flexible '
.:I enough to meet changing condiI I'I I Il By this revolutionary new process block are but tdt uovr !/'t(1NPT' MI

tions stands near the top on NichI I II moulded under unusually high equalized PITSECONOMICAL. la *1AA.l1" eagle. I

.".1 Il.e ....l good MTTC. to !:: ols' list. Ii HOSPITAL sure to produce a block with UNIFORM TEXCR"fE BUXXTION /RlIIUl le1

"Long ago we abandoned the II TURE and COMPRESSIBILITY from the IDM IMCONTIHVE .... ... ...
: Idea of trying to create only individual SURGICAL
i home site values" he I BOTTOM to the TOP. TOHOLLOWAY

says. "Neighborhood values give 111 LOSS OF TIMEAll ;;;S--

"SEE UStlfORE t:. this basic protection.- I : CONCRETE P 5


YOU BUY OR SELL" ,. Howard Douglas FiedlerARCHITECT I in one Low-Cost Policy .

2 Blocks So. of Underpass: On Sanford-Orland HI! j - t A telephone call will a .
bring!
.. l 80J6"t Concord Avea Dial 4672 i t I Ill 4

: Post Office Bldg.-Phone 197 I Representative and full information PHONE W. P. 173

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.___ aIM 'ar.. .. W P It.'h. Rr fN .- fit 1t1lA I. ..... 4I .. .... LS3Tta .... % thus,.5 .:i4 V.ID Arcade Phone chool educatntn at home in spare Can bundle loads or part loads ma work C P. South Rt- 3. Box 417. I j 1 Uhlng 4 piece tearoom suite t eaed Hao .. ; .-w
ps. a .I'fd1 I M1 ,.. S. .. _I .... .4W" ...l .. ,4tiIS. time with American School Text: i CIr\rlana Ohio. Few York City oren || Orlando Florida '1 $42.50. 2-piece living room suite, 567 t DUeler c.. =- :: *s' a05
0 0 P.- a.. .... .... furnished No claws Diploma Free route. Also part loads to or from S UP. Paul Repair Shop Ph. 2-1163 S 5.15550545S0

: -- -- Lost and Found I booklet 0 Write Box: 690 American Tampa School Tenn Charleston Ph. 5286 w for Va free or estimates Knoxville j i CONTRACT and repair BUILDING to homes of and new building homo ,I FLOOR- SANDING-Finishing. cleanI I MIRRORS order; 11'11I aU 4. n.-. a .
DfPt_! of kind Repair financed T. F In,. Exclusive agent for Ola U.JU '
IDI any waxing: : land. .
133 5 N MSt S _
i.L .... ....___ lXi LOST Liver .nd .hitI' female REAL ESTATE LAW and practice ,--__ j Fallard 39 B:. Amelia; plmone2-4032. |j' Flor-Co Sealer which guarantee* pe-- I ..=:.. :. t- ;:
won ... k'I .. .w ....... ..., t da)I out 8 L KlUore name Home studY fourws now available storage crating packinf Also CLFANINQ AND PRESSING Cash Quality Lasting Floor Surface Co., S built fwet '
"*"' ". *" **1" ur, ....:$r Phunr ." l*,*buriQOU : Major Crank 139 E Pine: 6566 agent for Deleter Long Distance and carry prices will save you Established since 1925 1809 K.Or- the I1f. '1 ,. s* ....- ...- .
..* e T ... CB*.rf - 'I Moving 506KacySt_ Dial 4963 money Bring as your clothes. Sopenor I ante"' Ave.._phone 7836._____ S ''OPI'. fOd ,_ m.s055Si -
214 St _
IO8T-2 On 1.DIm. -- Cleaners Boone ,Sc. 1123 W .
...... II .iiaiiaa 'l.n i I..k and white Answers to 16. Travel InformationAIR LONG: IJISTANCE MOVING = AH FURNITURE RESTORED Original | > '.ao S i .
... rrrf 013 Spot Oihrr vire Haired fox: terneruamrd I points Packing crating local moving I CONCRETE SERVICE-Floors. roofsdriveways j beauty preserved Latest IIpbolsterym.terl.l orvicz.: "= a 5.oes n :.*.
-I (U"." ._ _ __ ....0 Reiiard Call 77>1It. lines RESERVATIONS Sunniland Travel and'tlckets Bureau a3 30 Suddath Moving k Storage Co best in engineering, steps and walks workmanshipand The $. Only finest work done II George errlc Brian. 555 5 0.5-05 las
115 W._Columbia_Phone 8154. : Call at Russ Mattress Co. 1122 W
** s f..d. E Pine Street Phone 5301 - -- -- j material. Free estimates For 1151.I .
." -Mr': ___ Church -22n 4* ML1.. pvS .
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Beauty Parlors .
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0 *, I .t ';.- (' ASBESTOS -Siding and roofing also : concrete work of all kinds call 6780 PLASTER -.
,4-.., I.. ... 1-334; HAVANA. CUBA-All-expense: tours roof rep.lrork.. Free esum.te.reason.blc or 9530 Bucbanan Concrete CoCONCRETlTwORK I FURNITURE REPAIRED and refla-I I AIM J.:: r 00535ffi..iS'uSi .
AHBJUCAN BEAUTY 84LON-41H Lrmer Travel :;"rnce-. 30 E Fume Write J. B. Box S ihedikr CabinetS mad to ., = .
..., TIfl S'.. .' .... .. ..- W Cavcb opposite Rialta Theater Street Phone 5301 51. Zell Rainer :; ; ; driveways: steps., new Co.. 2323 fc. Iiaisteaa5ea- 55z -
ood Fla order. Tindall Furniture
...-_. .0M ,.. -1&1.1 .-. B*.td* Rebertwa and Margaret -- -- ---- (( walks floors septic tanks licensed P : :: :'::: Pses -
..... ...., w_ .... ...... ..-. rr aatMlotment ph._6931OOCWATEB .. RIDE RESERVATION BUSES-Sun- APPu'NCESREPAIRED: Fans: bonded; Southern States Floor Orange Call 6546. t matse. Aruold Si Sa'S :=..
..._ __ rta : -. inland Travel Bureau 30 East toasters irons and lamp Pb 5186 Co 8714 oT 2-220i for I'stlmatea. __ I FLOOR SA 'riI'fo-f'l: i Specialize Otsoec. ; p55o. m SqaS 555105tm0 ..
: .. ftIIu BEAUTY SALON-It* j Pine Street Phone 5301. I Johnson Electricco :23E.: Church CABL"lETOJ4ll,1.W ORK to apeciai i Pentra-Seal treatment 20 S PLUMBINO a ... .....
Mmtt W MA. M.1MMa :
** Br._ .*..- Mno- at.Kttb r* .P8..c Spe ** M Ml *M .!. Tirataimu rermaDentx. Dyeing. I IOus | -Ouracation Tour extends: : kind of clock or electric equipment -' Co. Mills and NebraskaCLAY i' trvlce C. R Burke 7851._ SM' PeeWeae. ... r. 455s15t -.
from now until Oct. mt. Call then for We fix everything Barker Repair ROADS BUILT-Also lime rock 1"11 a
m. .u lh e a cItQSier. alwaji a customer IMT
: :-r Winter Tours Orlando Travel Sbop._48V.. Central._Pb. 7696 paving with surface treatment ; GROYE C\RETAMNG SERVICE l .. ,
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*0 VSASS .I HU4a MSirt. Olll'rator-o"Der. I walls ,
for
......ia. *%*.. t MM .* 2.3Mmm - -- I A ency. AWNB.GS, porch curtains Venetian I work guaranteed Bumby & Stimp- all its branches Consult S ra's. eTt.dSI .:
... .. AMMERUAX :0 a. 10% ton | WANT IUVE to Asheville-or VM-mi... inds.' glider coverincs Full line of lOOn Inc. Phone 7S49 your pa t rular rro\f needs 1 Katarosi.n Ps ,.wdlS .., :r .. '
B a** 6"2 N. Orange
and Co
LimitedtlaM
p 4 .rrn % altarount on wave* Tuesday or Wednesday Two 1- material Phone 9826 Florida Awning DRY CLEAMNU: We employ only pi.T1963-P'.w
i ...a... .0 R tt-E-0r slIp Pita experienced operator die Ph 9a58 Co. 432 S. Hughey. _ __ ___ I Ikilled. experienced help; and 20990i p59: .... .. -S'55 50 550505 -.
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b..' .. ...... .... .... PSP PS.. 0443.- I ADVICE TO BUILDERS-And Suppiy I modern machinery Try us. MacDuffCleaners. I, G-EiERALRiYAlR5 .and. i0urnattsep .'. .... .. .
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..._ Phone :2 O146
: I Romalmnd. Phone 2-1080
Cold wares. $8 SO 204 andNebra I
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-r= *. a*** rntk au'c trilfk laP* a Main 641SIPZMA9EWI11MacDlne __ ACME DtUvERY SERVICE Light ACETYLENE and electric welding; ELECTRIC RAZOR SERVICE S H01SESWASHED D1 Ii..t..Iia. hi. P9ks, S ; :
Jr-i. a.. ... Itwl (-'rwl" or machine- moving; and hauling Prompt service ,' machine work on pump saw mill i I Schlck Remington and Sunbeam I cleaning process Look cle* 4k _,... DaI-I f.rM ...
..r:= I ..s S..--.'. M %- Siqi. rai $5 ap; phone 9964. Jewel and reasonable rates Ph 6421. and road construction machinery; New parts and razors in stock See new paintoh Harmless to flowers or PUW.IIIPA".1. ;
rharn Salon S06 W Amelia aluminum and brass casting McKmI I I Mr. Olson. San Juan Pharmacy 5169ELEctR shrubbery Very reasonable Fie* astimaten ;
. I .. IiI lS at .w AERO MAYFLOWER TRANSIT CO W.s.DI C. ,...1.... asS -
MM V OT atortm SIM a* vrM RAY ITOPU BEAUTY SALOS805: -Long distance moving Call Joiner : ney Machine Works. 131 W. Kaley : ccLEANER SERVICE-Only I Steam House S Cspsav n. '
:: g> a ir ctMMiMt PM Lara E W. Ir *.. NrnwM t. .' hruuih Au.iut lOT vacation estimates; also local moving. atorcce. I parts: tractor and power unite For modern upkeep service call the HOUSE WASHEDpcmft8 aid
PARLORAU'typrs packingcrating and shipping 1400 ; Farm and Home Machinery Co. 40 only antborired Hoover service ft a. windows Look lake petal teIK- &*
c 0 "wVM* -iss' RAY 8 EEACT1 ,
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: S. Division 7988 W Robinson 2-2713. S lion Bumby Hdw 6104 or 2-1755. Free estimates .0'. guaranteedCal
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-.... .f W Os. .: I4OMt ..It >T P:ne One place only largest movers of household roods grubbing and grading Also pan wiring Call 4514. Miller Willis HUGHEYS HOJl''REP"ms: -Pro- n ........ 1Rr"* W S
tilts
vsm, *.... Call Fidelity Storage &; Warehouse work and palmetto rake. Phone Electrical Contractor from to back Tom roof t eeBiir. .. _
-- ... .4 la. .*.*! .. ,.tM tooh VI- 15. cbools and Instruction Co.. for free estimates on your long 2-4427 J T.:. Murdoch_____ I FLOOR SANDING' finishing --snt Including heat'ag and ventnatUig 5028H6ME .all.....-M7.P -. 0 '
... . . . . distance movlnit 56-61 W. Jackson All 1Iork guaranteed Call_ _
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---. '. Mftr* .. _.. _'..'. Md .10...di At'TO SCHOOL Learn to dflreCMBprtrnt SI Phone 2-3184. 5 pour and finish concrete floors hcenred: bonded: Bass Floor Surfacing SE1VICE General repair : :=: '
....... ....... ,. <>-i *.(<*>< OB S *... 'S<. PI" ,ro-' trnrtor prepares you DEEMS UELJVERY Service. phone : driveway walk and steps For Co. Ph. 2-137p. ; New con.oruc'IOD. Window peyt000 5ateS. f : ....
.... - . .. e- lie _..tiK W lU Bo* Jt2I lot Stale Driver Test Orlando Auto '673. light moving and hauling price estimate call 2-0256 Dunham FLOOR SAND G AND FIMSHING : and caJlVmg! 'ervire Licer ed sad dad .
. I.4 I *.*>a' H-ho..l. rail! Z-161* or 2-4879 every load Insured; reasonable rates ConereteCo __ Prompt service Modern eouip- bonded Dowtwell Phone---9J22: a ) *! ."f r Pg*:
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...!!Jt L I S_ SiS.! tilT B.* *:*,.. 8dIeaI. International Corresponfmrr fill dirt delivered Write H. A steps flagstone Reasonable 1935. Skilled workman licenced ground 24-hour pick-up and deftCry. v- psira .11 b : .
es .. r.ii.; t, >" b.. .... :4 : t4l<.*lr Srhoo: Veteran approved L.o Fray P O Box: 102 LockbarFJa Thirty 'fttt In business Free estimates bonded: Insured Stevens Floor Surfacing . Atomic Machine Welding 8-- Pilaf SeSi rr 17 ... .... f
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ce M'IAnV.I''liTLiZi.. PLANT: Acc .1 view of f the I garage and storage buildings [trighti.] The fertilizer plant was)Ileftl C E. Bradshaw, president of the Co-operative hands barn"Um-hmm then? If Welt you 5. 5 'C

1- 1 :;t F .: t C ty chewing the purchased from the Chester C Fosgate Co, along with other Chester C. Fosgote a check for the purchase Right to left 'The Barn,* then Iq .. b05N.. .
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Marz barn \ . IPMi
Fosgate nThere
Philip
*., t" c' J t? t) .fcrt,i ,zcr plant! buildings, insecticide plant and grove caretaker service. Upper ( Atty. Charles, ,O Andrews, secretary-treasurer Jr., who handled, the Bradshaw transaction., ond I In the corner It is I behisid. .* .-..-. -..' .0_. I.* .

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I CoOperative Group Purchases Fosaate Industrial Hominos 'Ser?That Oh is come supposed now I .-leN-....1............a'"'a

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If 1 .;... ,.., II _____t... hv an auual tonlriv chase from the Fosgate Co., would I User and overall create greater : plished; in no other way than by son second all. it looks who more ever N.... .....

.... .. .......... 1 1-2 milC round out facilities for giving economy in the organization. I approximately 600 personsare S .. 1.- _
.. ...a .. owning and operating its complete emplo>ed. that big Why "
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members -
packing -
complete from 35
utts services system for producing and All make out the t<< '" :
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"Ue are buying far thinS I buildings are equipped ;
= JrJ'I:! .... iJf tkr matt modem in : actual production to the sale and more ...
distributing the fruit. : behind his left ear A
the physical assets of the fertii throughout with sprinkler systems -
tat asw .hsvt. MR romplftelyith disposition of fruit. S ... seas_ .f *>.*-
.... .. ."r _*sad .. a ilk iw.schtnery lastrapacity .S I i, hzer plant and the grove care- "We are co-ordinating "our efforts as a fire preventative meas he standing In the .. S .... J If ftW
f.... "Heretofore the for greater economy. Brad- I Under doesnt make any
4S .asa 0'e ha a of pproxi2 membership taking equipment, Bradshawsaid. ure. construction is a 150.- ... ..... "'
.paSO .. has had to produce its own fruit shaw said. "We can get more use OOO-gallon water tank. estimatedto S He Isnt standing .
S --c. .._ ... 2 12 Mill'on boxrs.Us 'I I 1 ...... A t.**. .....
... mmAs4 141 t.. .....,... ..... tu',t )rar. more and all the co-operative did was "We are buying tried S: out of our trucks reduce clerical I cost. 50000. for providing addi- That's the sun. ... 356 e%... ... .

.. 11III ..... .. .... ....... 'NtI I .....b mt lmprofIxvn harn-st. pack and merchandise it." I and proven over the a system We work and generally reduce "expenses : tional pressure to the sprinklersystem Just shifted "a aJs.d. ....- "-
S 054 S Bradshaw said. years. are in a great many ways. I which could not be obtained that's the way he .*
p- L'r ...44. ..... made to theM. I buying a completely trained i ...N 5051 .... se'
personnel i In addition to the marmalade' "Look here. '
.a . jsatr Mid.TW Now we will do all the work I I which has been performing with the 000-gallon tank: you ptu11l '" __ .- a.

4.. ..- frrtUixrr p4Dt hM an an- I for our growersVe will take care j at a profit for years. business the Fosgate Co. will con-I now in use. I not pulling my leg? .. .l.. ..... 05. .

.ad a- ..e .. ... ...... MMl MHgOU Ot ftpprOKItBftlVlw 40.- of the groves year-round. produce i "We are buying know-how" 'I i ii | tinuto; operate large grove In addition to Bradshaw and[ aginary son. .s (" N ....... .
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4 sta t \-rf t' ... I I maintain an active Fosgate, officers of the could paint a better
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the fruit harvest it. pack it and Bra shaw said the of i j gas' ...35rst '
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terest in the
mu t'li .. -- ,.. ... ....... laW IrBAMCUOC s.SV bandied ship it or distribute it into other : the co-operative would give uniformity co-operative Fosgate ative are: Philip Marz. secretary- that. The whole b _* J ........ fJ Si

"'u ...--.. 5.. i.e, ..... '-. CluuMi o Andre' JrClMmft !'channels and the grower will not in fruit and allow the : said treasurer C. Walton Rex. Fred G. me as though it '.. ....

# '. S'S I "retUhaw presidentOTr.tlve. have to worry about it at all. I operative to control the co- The co-operative's plant covers I Tegder. H. J. Reynolds Fos- by a two-year-old fP. ..... .." '.4 'I

t '.e .......o.spt _..... .f tlv .. MM the pur- I I "We will produce our own ferti- l of fruit which could be accom-quality the approximately 1% acres. At gate and Bradshaw are membersof look at the figure .f S S ...-
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packing! sea- the board of diJ('ctors. j mean 1 Sle4.. usrpr-


I DcUnd Club w.k on New Bridge I DeLand CofC to Print I Obituaries -! Daytona Youth Council w I 1 I That's the Oh.things just but a what you kid the. .-...... .IN'-N'.........M.... C

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: Running on Schedule Business Directory SIR. ALONZO C. RASEY I Stages 'Kid' Party BirthdayParty S ing to do . .. S BAI ....

I KISSL'lMEE-Mr. Alonzo Ches- "Trying to do'' You .
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r S "" tn 'e 5.rx\ S"nef.Stcrl, ter Rasey. 74. died here Saturday. ,3."::' t(o The Sundc\! Se" *'!Star] Given do better? It didnl -Mj. a .i1.. 4s

IM vp MUCH Work on DELAND-O n I y members in He had been a resident of Kissim- DAYTONA that way' -
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Return MoincT ... 35. $5.1 sad canente bridge Rood: standing of the DeLand mee for the I Of he .
: past nine months Council staged Kids course .
: a Party last .. ....
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.. ra...tow u- M Broftdvayu Chamber of Commerce will be Included I coming here from Bedford. Ohio. night at Recreational Hall City: Robert Guest he. .- _ ...
.. ruBtiistf according' to r
in the Chamber's classified I He was a member of the Assembly Island with prizes going to the : I "ttrlt then who .
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_"t .. p m* ov 1- aiIpi I for the Tidewater business directory and buyers of God Church, Akron, Ohio. cutest boy and girl. O T'- S CS Qt S"1 If a guy ran paint *5 ......

..... . guide soon to be published Walter and was a native of Union City. Judges for the t NEW SMYRNA BEACH I tw -year..ld. I .,1. .. II ..
S i .'w OHM** .. ___ >.. M ?--fdk. Va.. Lahrman. stated event were Dr. Rob-I ..
secretary jester-'Pa. and Mrs. Calvin t. . ... .. .... ...'
.. mts.s. ..- ...... .... ---iai1. Houpt. Mrs. Louis ert Guest was su."rised'ith a !
p. T.... stewete. which day.The He is survived by his widow Mrs. Goldman and Mrs. A. F McIntosh. I "No. no! That's w5.535 SI ..0s B'
will
... 5 t 05 ---- ...... t... ....... will haw 11 piers booklet will be printed inconvenient Nevada Odessa Rasey: one daughter Dancing was enjoyed following the I I birthday party given by his moth- ing to make clear MM .5 r 4 _5

a -.-... 5Si.- a .p5I .... ... ..... .. ..stanw aM> erf the draw size and form and will Mrs. Paul F. Wright; one son, judging with some 200 couples on er Friday night at her home on doesnt want to. ... .5 IOMN ....

.... ........ ........ -pa. MM) U MM* MI the east .... titles contain addresses the names of business Laurel A. Rasey; 5 grandchildrenand hand from various states. 'Myrtle Ave. go back into his mind ..... .. =-
and telephoneS 5 great grandchildren. I two years old and to .... .
.5 .... ..... .... 35. -- -- The guests enjoyed a wiener':
.. numbers of businesses, professional Funeral services will be held ture the way It 35 lit ... .. I as'I
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I ... '........ roast the Guest
0 m*] it. offices Osceola/ on lawn Mrs. '
FWd Events public utilities and other 2:30 County to him then. My
ProgramAt S pjn Tuesday the Gris- .
I, -.. ... ., lilt S e ** S of from Robert Guest assisted her mother- -c
I fI ., .... ..-spJ ... ..... Scout Listed S items residents interest of to DeLand new or prospective : som Chapel with Rev:Leavie Allen I Instruments Filed 'I in-law in entertaining. can anyone b* so fPS I

F ..... ... ..gg r.mp- t M 0. Rally Lahr- S officiating. Interment will be Its a psychological ... 0"
> ) : man said.District. in Rose Hill Cemetery.MRS. KISSIMMEE-Jamr* P Gilbert M as to Others present were Mr. and He s two years old. or ___.. __ __
r I I l First Fed Savings & Loan mtg d. I Mrs. John Guest. ""Deke Melvin. on three, when he ..... .0 .. .ak

> ** -,. M to a* ...**- NIW MYtUvA BE.\CH-Ba :: \'I C D Hfdrlck ft u to 1 D Pairinb Qcd. I Mrs. Madelyn Saxon. Hugh Eu- tha t." .. .... 35 -- .-

I --.. ,-.i..i' aS MM iMuwi. huh JUMPSBK and da- Rebecca Meet |I I SANFORD-Mrs.KENNETH Kenneth MURPHY j .11 R 1\1\ H.DSfU! to Roan A Lanier eL al:. S bank, Betty Widdis Robert Gore.' "And he get five .... B.-.... d -

I . .. gf. HB>* at |)vt. tapirs Ummkiaf will I be included in Murphy i I Allanah Lamb and Ruth Young. "Well thats ... ... iS, .. 535SS ... IWV.
In City of .
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Beach Set for K-Sftmmrt .
!I cancellationsHarrr
Daytona many years a resident of ,
I .... '-" *.><< ...... thr ...,.. for farid fvrnts ataVout L C.rr0 now. Maybe he oniy ... -15'so
Thomas
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Sanford died in Miller
et
Friday
I i ... 51100 ---- 'J.. .s rally at 3 pm. I NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Plans Washington wd. nz : It. Twenty years '

.. . ""* {'%4i S.. dirimMe. ......;.ay at the softball dia- 'for a district Rebecca meeting in D. C.. at Jhe home of her Harry L Carr to Thomas R Miner ct Merchants to Discuss be worth 2S.000 . .
5 ,. -S.d daughter, Mrs Arthur Zackary. on: execution: de dTB -rtntJ; fiYf ,.,. .... E
= S Daytona Beach Tuesday night: Funeral services will be held ec FalllelSOD et BZ: to Oaceola Cooostr. Sales -
.'-: C .*--s-' ""itWffMNa .f. tin toy aVoot Trotv No. 7% mil e n- were; made by members of the local Sanford at 4 in wd.Fayette. -I' Promotion Day I HI be darned'' .. T.. III

II P. ...*. .'I .... j c-..... ... Troop No 71. Cub Scouts S Rebecca Sewing Club Friday Cross Episcopal pjn.Church Monday with at Holy Father lipe 31o, Tr j,otb, Si'-' ,. 5,1] I may be darned
It > t ri Ml U t Kiwanis Junior Baseball '
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night at Mrs. learn. If that Is
Anthony Lopez'home I Mark T. Carpenter officiat- Hall pastor of the College SANFORD-A
., special \_ ass '
meeting
.MLfc. -jfr; % f ; << ,,, r .......... loaMjt at the "' ",u. Kiwanis i in Mission City. Ij I i paying big dough =
ing. Interment will be in Evergreen Park Baptist Church offici- of all retail merchants in . .
. Otto, which Sanford S .. .
lib -! -- .. 0IIIIa- ayoo ori Troop KoTJ Mrs. O. I
C. and I going
Guest of this are
j city is Cemetery under the ating. Interment be in regardless of you
direc- Greenwood whether they d .... IIitr'i'w.r
are
. will
$ wiener
.- a." .f" .... J ene a roast to 'district president. I selves some of It.
..T. ,. l... C\ ..va .,... thf ttotiji of born. tion of Erickson Funeral Home. \j Cemetery. members of the Sanford Mer- I In the following < -- ....

*>; 4 "Sf-f* Pi" c. ..' c--.. I Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. 'I chants Assn., has been called by is back .... .35 p
Galileo \i.
C -t. i ....i99 .-I IIn Word of Mrs. Lucas' I Kennel Club Sets S Arthur Zackary and one grand- !I For Mrs. Walter L. Powell. Cen- Sec. C. L. Redding for Tuesday at days at going the turn ... ... S .

i f e5.rt.s ... I Dinner for 'I daughter, Mary P. Zackary of ter Hill, who died Friday. win be 8 pjn. at the Chamber of Commerce : when py he wu II

".. ..t." Death Reaches SanfordMNJ'ORDPrirftds Tonight I! Washington, D. C.; two sisters. and I t I held at 11 a.m. Sunday in the i this and It ISI i... ... .0 _
I put a.a,
rf1 ,. -' ... N ,.,. n..r DAYTONA BEACH The Day I one brother Mrs. Frank Noble. Center Hill Cemetery with the The purpose of the meeting" to !' from U will be .. ...0J4 l $
: tona Beach Kennel Club will be S Miss Patsey Tyson and Jordan Tyson -I Rev. A. C. Toler inaugurate now c.S.I... 35 .
an
officiating. "Appreciation
....... -" so a . ..... Pfl.tm1. in Sanford S S 'I Day" | money if that .
.. entertained tomorrow night by itsresident. of Montgomery, Ala. for the promotion vt A. ..
tM k. M .. ... MM* beea Baitfied' that Mrs. Dessa< i' o| increased hanging on ray '

*e,1 I f W *Mp III ...... T ...... wife of Charles K. Lucas. at her home. Mrs.in Phillip DeLand.DeBerard.aS I I FUNERAL SERVICES-r- ; For Jacob Carl Wills will be sales in Sanford. I Tb r***** Odad' -
M Wgn 1--- .l.Sik.Sf forMer ftenford I' : held in Sanford at. the Erickson "bye
.,, i' **' ttatlSIti ..nit rmOdents. died S A buffet supper will be served S For Mr. John L. Sullivan, Long- Funeral Home at 10:80 a.m. Monday There
*_' a* S M at her home in Colorado and i are no big barns or silos Pail .. I'.a iit'. 5'-.
..... ....... members will plan for their wood who died Friday will be with Dr. E. D. Brownlee offi in New
*. *".... Goto Fuosral services :S Zealand because the live- i! "Goo-goo .- A NISN$0MH54K ,
FaIl dog s\bw. slated for late December. held in Fairchild Funeral Home '
C ..g. hold tn Den.er -I ciating. Interment will be in !stock regain outdoors all year ; . kIUhy-tlt isww..ea.w--s. a C f"
,I at 2 pjn Monday with the Rev. Evergreen Cemetery round.I oh gurgle gurgle ,8CC '55 .





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iso.Ip U, __-_Atln.. Ia1t_ 33 Article for Sale 23._ -rtde for Sale I 33. Articln for Sale 33. Articles for Sale i I 3*. Plants. Flowers and SeciCALLADIUM I I I. 45. Apartments for Ktnt_. =

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'1 .-. ...... ef rfcOtVtB Oiialin. dljtlllitt, .nd HOME rarIZIR-Kellnlor, no. n NO-Cable. lood condition 117: TILE four kitchen and tith roalll.Br.utrCuf . msrglolds. HIBISCUS xinnlas Surtmacherry C.WillIam ern completely ra44 INsis

.., .sI4.... I II' Din.l ,",'., for "irwultur*! .1101 . .. Ke CI.rae. saxophone 1003 N. rust proof. Bulldei I I .. Hilt Concord Ave porch Cool larg lava WkMMj. AIJOVIT J :1557 PICkS
Phone 2415 Mt Dot . horn. ownera get our new SUIT
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(.uttntt tiuttiution*. noria Pii" Tina:.or_Department_ 101W_ _Churci I year lease. ".. Apta Sal UMWINTER
8. olr C. tio W Church emKLICTRIC I : n* _ _ _ _ _ _ mer prices Phone 2-4607 711 ViBohlntoa TREES 5 pineapple o 1'" -
_. CITRUS Saud 23. f
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!: Mww WM HOT WATER HATSJ 6 10. _. 12 old Rcasoaabl. i i _._____ t, T
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: ktka>ka* M WATER I 30 and 40 "P.Clt Ohio( I PLASTERING. TOWEL- G..uln. I ante Jie PARK FirHeLed sstau. i !

. ?1 ..... ewkMBiatMaW kr 55 .. X>auM su Appliance Co.. Ine Grand' Malh.I.I" ". troweliXtrallt .. TYPEWRITER-Underwood NeUeJesi 1 2.-A..h. apartment L**. 4 .N I -

..- _, rrkirJ ,. ..42311: At* Phone 4537 .. Mum.lt.n point : Late model Very toed condittoi. FUNERAL DESIGNS specialty Ctflowrs 2 baths Oil furnace electrt rwtrk). -r'U .

. *.MIMe a.ai., tnt .rowel lI.um 13_Ii Terry StTTPEWRIT2ROnderwood_ __ old .eddloj Ph OVJSPARKUVO
foldmiron'n corsagei "Ion. ias ran** t ;h5.S
*MV.IL .M EUCTIUC UGHT PLANT KobIr IKOMJ BOARDS-sturdy. hock f aa Knox Stores Co 25 IPne CUrdens 2319 N Oraag ;
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Standarc Pegiy I
.a'j aSflO ..n Good condition FlM,1ss. I boardi 8om sitS padde I Phone CtEAN-N" 4Mlklcd .
.I'L .. 2.311 ___
E. Fix In condition. II). TrI-phon Plto.17%' .
:\ .. O1IdoflorIdiEIICTRIC top Kno Stores Co. 2i good cvmolei* WILL 54415 s. '.
Phone PIANOS Sfe A ";ated before buy 2-U'j SEEDLINGS .P.n- "rc 55iiS I. .. '.555S5 .
LSMON ,
ROCGH
OLe I'a .**.1.. em*. In* a p!ano. We cuarante* to givi. - --- -- ed apartment .fSesaee. t's5's4541 ....
fiiiiiii. taw twia ,_ WELDERS. 1 nev 1 UK dUn LINOLEUMInHaUrd I.a vain for ,our TR.'CTOR-Gen.1 farm type 3ro cil sue 840 p"r 1.000 FIned Pee iSWflSI: 4U E ChumS
the largest
.se ..$. kk.tl (Ieaa L'Ll and sink tops. Call A.dol' pi f sent pans; IrtIn< ..mpl Spinet cu.tivater disc harrow plowi Peel Avt R -5. Box 11 Orlando. APAPTMENT tarir .rMl. **krk4efrigerator .s 5051. 151's.1 I

) e4n ete_ ..11.4 2jQl Eclge ater Dr Ph 2-ll. __ I from 1491 an 1(1'( deliversAssociated I bottom plow wheel trailer .900 SHRUB3ERY Large selection .. 1\111.\ MM *walckwet a -._ pj "yyr It VPMBVV- *.

I' .* Mil rair ftzcTRaraIoLaATogo4ft i rooierator pel I S."r. 143 N Ornc ..ku.U S Z. nt,ds. Box 114Oceee beautify your home. Mus*.ihlNursfri <. <. Couple VeJM ittiHiFTTRliISHED L I* ItBcV S.W M.JkBkl* 5 kdTiI'

'4::i4ta' 4i4l &.I.ID.flr.l tarsi ler .a.rl-! ICE feet BOX rond'tum-Pre war 1117 Kenwood; Winter Ave Phone S30OPUMP3 _ _ : _Ph_ 900 Back_ _ _ **. 11 E Pr Inert oa. _ M partly -taa kSiJM
.5 * Ml wat If :c.mp. On *-ft. WrnloiM 165 at Prrva Mik 14.1 -
t 600xl t-rooia a RS rial* "linLak
749 J TIPFS--New recaps XrM
Park phone -
,tS. .. .M. U.Ur MM. ftrt cl*.. condi- each: a lot of mile tirn 1\ 00 ui MCE TO"JA1O AND 21NMA PLANT primal ,Utttntf los s.c.m.. Ajdl li<. e> .
c- Balsam Wool. 20e dot FrilLs Cisrdens. Core > 5._ Ul kw ..
sS p. .5 U (nrrafcrr .0. tELKCIRIC INSOLATION ftMki4'i hi.55 aM
TELLS WATER STSrnlComplete. good inner tubes 1100. Vulnnl&.lu.no 00'1.0' without ,111'* I IIt.
auaraateed I* aaiuty or mOD IDIiIlU.d' B I-rld. and Virginia Dr
circuUtin
R.ANOL-AIio recappm Relmers !- ;
H a.* ., 3MM e&I better Good condition FtMOrOR bark Hot o.lb.r I* bei. ..Be N com Or- No down payment 31 liih and Osnae Blo *om. Pa 7a64 .
:.z"t.&I J-na lortabie Smyth Lumbr months to pay William Oli; '. i 39. Livfit-M-k and Sunplirs 46 Houses for RentCcxi.OA .
ant .ndRai_ N. Garland 1332.PST. TILE your bath and kitchen tn rust :
a4.q ( .uI CIt.. s..b.sd p.. n..A.CTJUC -Perlrci coidl' ICE-BOX-5lb-\ ,' capacity' 419: Ph46i. proof Penmtile free estimatei COWS-Two three 11 cowf Sei hPUt55a-
.. W. ,Ie s 141 M P J.pbu,. 120 volIlaLo..ltI i ;:-. : !
,. ... McKay HUhvay 441 acros Central Florica Silts 2j2J k Or 'h-r rf them or ext-Sante for dr, .5,4.55 p.
1 .. . N r. Wond. ', Box CoICEBOXF6 2.T ajige. Dial k46 russ or ho. 1m-I.. Wtit of Fan ACH-a aid J SiStlotIuralvh'd 5e II s p._ 5i55I
., PVMPft!: .Uow well ana fence; cypress 7 ft 3-
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sell Dumb Herd Ib tPact-SPI., 115 hundred. 4 to S* VACUUM CLEANERS --Uan'r..f' \1IS!! John W. Coffmaa Call ....... ..... aN. lmuS. .
jft pump 5. '4a
Ikaaiaaa kkfaft W 44 HI "tp but with all attachments Bumby Hardrr 314 5o
Tkkf ...1 *. *SIq. *ss.(, S5'. 103 Weal Ctourrh Strwi P'lu. jroura )111 n. Inch hundredCa'l WinteiPr . .. 102West Church SO 45 I. 5.5 .
.. .l .DI. .. "."rrcal=PTacllC.lliDe.UW Nrbr'l__ <. 531 Uttletre* c.. ThT"best HORSE Have nire gentle work h..n.< IIIU'U' ..n1 seams IS lass ... '. o'sts '. m t. .
... ., JIG 'U .. ta.writ.rTneoi con VENETIAN"BLINDS- cost Work cod an tnere Harnei . 55a .
. and b. !" mm h p motor. other FANOA-b. 1601 N. Mills no more at Adams 819 W. Ci Dir. end pinton.'. all lor 1125 140W through school vear OP* raou awtslltn ki.i k. .wl |H aI > as ." ,
rfr' iit ,t ur..Ic 1 . ,. I' equipment Cheap for quick lale. Apt ._ Or ando Ph U\R. '. Churrh P ta; I 4'1\ lt.5 .
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.. PW.. ull 54..sw ., 44} C...., Rd I Bids 5 R.e .i JTerrir. FUMPS-All Ipl; Irrigation l.dul' VARNIsHSpecl.He.I and aciire'Istsnt ; __ I *. O.r.aii-l M IMM avcteas t

..". 0.., ." ,.U.-.r;tlving li- off on .n ,nmi trial Florida Pp For boat floors bar HORSE P-ire '100. S ild'e cr wo Ii . 551 -
= *ttt* (..(. Our AmerIcan Vcntun. KEVIATORD rcmni.]. Supply CoLIOW.- Church' 111. lops etc Mills and Nebraska her<*. J. H. Adkn! 2iOJ 8. r"l *. IBM K 'Sss e.fatm . .

-4 (IT. pesT iu.raate. U tli* topi. Or lin. fwlnl PWERu!m--conu"eni i en- S'. Corner MicbUaa __ __ lk_.*> M4.M "
I*atfaJStrTMy ... S.:.. trrtut (OS N Orangf; Wathintton: ..kull.r.l .nl 1111..1 VENETIAN BLINDS days delivery CIFTTACI.-3 . .
. 1\ rttcrI . KITCHEN FtnNlTURE-Utility cab 'IU .. Why buy cheap blinds when IHrn HOR3P-M . us IKI, Pa .IMIIM ; '_ ret top table baa cabinet trial Suooly Co 630 W. Church Pp vet the belt for lost a few crni; Inquire 194* MIller Ave Wlnte i: BO"a'a .1ni':: SiS's55 I -1 a. 5.4 5 55 ,." .o .
W'lbln'ID'- '
-..- rCRWITCRE Cheap..name Henkel Circle WIth 6111 5 nor,' Made in Or ando by ChanttlSO2Ldewatee ,. Par between Clay ard Formo '. 17 najkfccastl IS 55555 ae a.
").'. 1 uror rlrrtrte rook atovi 2 Dr. ph 2-04i5 .. ka-a r aa .
.it ... sad Park '15 month old Very un- leI.S's o
2 bcdroonuit _ = and HEIFER
S kurMr oil cook IIOYL PIPS pon."I..k'O COTfAOe-C".4. A. .
iMMrt III cooiplfie 1 KIICHI! CABINETS-Il" .I v VACUUM CLEANER Eureka h.. :1Call al 21 Oiilm .r plea Oh-sw ..
.. I ilai. b d .Ith Joint for irove (.. fr. 3U E Colotual OfIvecIRANOAVS,14147hc.e 5-10 c i55s5
fi. .! '._'* tirh.n cikmrt sod other Items i I43J : linoleum top. and chrome trim lion Florida Ill Co. 63fJW cultivator and plow 1 man: cros '5tileREGANSBCLLSERVICEWe_ I .e :

4. .. .oI..- .', .. 81 A'ro tall cabinet 413 Vlrilnia DrKJMSDL . Church 11'. ___ rut_saw See 1015- 23rd 8ufZNETItN -' all IOb. b.s. 55 a.55e51s. 4c0il's. '

... Raaa.. IU PRAIOXN&-cbo.d 2a4.-2a6.-- ;- INSULATIOM-Enjo. Sunnier PIANO-Ludden and Bates upright BLINDS Custom built ;_ccali1. Phone Winter Park 423 _furnuhd 160 ...kk&LET .... 5 .

4'e *T.iv( prflf 1'0 per U Pin Castle Lumbc, PrePare for WInter! Get thl. Used Price 175 417 South DUlarc1 Special SIc per sq ft. .-., FEW-GOOD m.U tows for sale E 1 C AVE 4fl W Mar* kaaaj 55555 5' 5 P 5 .i till

Ie.sI- 4-6*.n kari.. lad Rer'.'" C*. Pboo. 5714 protection I M:11s and Sebranka 5' .Winter_Oirdco.tI.UMPhNO _. _ delivery Radbill Venetian Blinds Col836HoIIenbrck Lawrence and Son Goths. Florid with workln. rmpto all yetvikroM eI1i We eu ,

.. '"_ c. II. PTRNtTLRK BPIClAtS t-nl.. LAWN" AND-GARDE IPPLI8' Dr ;_phone 2w4HiJoMAcMNE --4147 ATTENTION -. I ran> see aamtar ., after 5 55145 55m IlieSIi&ht..s
S . ,>. -Mntu mnd- RANCHERS OSLO VISTA -It Lf.... *.. . .
..,.<. twhi bdrm .ut! with Lawn .. FIXTVRES And Supplies handle several nunarrd oun* feeder P.ai
., I. a. .".. 4si ,.. .. M, Mnmi *.d mtureu 2-plrc* m*. complete lute of hand bolt H. HParn Available now Toilets iitilorlei ern like new 890 505 GreeT ly 81. steer SilO t. 700 pounas for fat 1- ed small h**.e a
VM .._*. *lM r..n. ka .*, Ira,Ire lev flt and chat .hHard.arJCo 220 S J> *J>*.. barb tubs sinki laundry Iva nhoe Section trninr Write me whet you hate 'er people One block from kak) *t .

(XiMk Ph,(. InHucac 2-pier* llU .. LWN-ST'---J-lire.-.p lcIO use. shower 11.1. .01 pipe water W' $HINO-M CHI:8 Standan immediate d"nosal Louis Miliman Itnoj- R01Roo"HOCIII 1+ 'i

Pilea, .toO, >OM -. II . ro. lull Eirb trouplni $89110 I Dip*. terra cotta Any amount. and spinner type for lmmediat 4216 liberty H I.hta Avenu Salt > .. I ksk lamtlei

|._. ..i... It Ml .*rk. "..al". Purnltur Excbannr LAWN' MOWTh-In very tood-cmd : Scrums Snot Supply Companv 3905Ntbratka delivery Orlando Appliance Co 210' more 7 Uarfl.nd"DDLE can of Coaoiy caN MNarroosse : z .' ,.

. ?, R .ll. a t Ph 2-3793. I it loo. 135 1127 Minnesota Art Ate Phon M-2401. Tampa N Oran Ave Phon 4537 HORSE:Ba* Medium .Ici. Rd Occaf* MW B fcH- .,

-il tlorr poll "iCHISE-APi-- I'M Ale 2 Westerirrtlnt ford Jit I lou. $4i fk t> ItlitltlBEAUTIFUL :.
55S1 SIR5I AIM ameIMsSa HOWE POT> t W>n:er Park KASHIVC rid ean -
*- M 'M 1s1S5t1Swj tax. In color PrIces b'ttn at 7cKiuu atralvht and exten- PAINTS BuySIpem.t w.hou.. sUe Porcelain tub Pen,r: ion- u"II-! v. }45 and 155 illS W I-(_ IIl Corn C* 21 E Pin Phon LDDERsIO. have been tbptollty off list 1 0i"ONE nu'ied Adult ao .. Me I*
a. Co.. N Oraniiind prlcrs Sip*p paints lion 1221 Illinois Ate l'vntpi:: .. 4 ... ,
_:: 1151rriifrag.j. I, Rulroad tin* .1.. eilhteea hundred non AretflEL HVNDRFD DOLLARS buys thibi month Ph winter Park J-9M1 '.-.e ,55 .a

s.. f ; 2 .periinioll-Ea: :' .. .lid sixty-nine B'" outside white BARROWS-Yindtyl,. AIv >st milk row and her recond ralf 3 BEDROOM HOCIE-449 Ml avMk*

JItI a.. .. .si51at tondKlon Itirludra 2 cab LUMBER ildlni -Dry fr.ml.-b'.tl" I it 14 :37. porch and deck I 14 23Th handy cart with rubber wheels Write J L Caanon. Rt 2 Box 154A. Millie 1 aill ai <4 Ok*>*al :-. &

...o.. Ss .. M .... ..16 Mt ..... 2 Subs lai platei heat 01ft :': Lumber Co N. Oranie and R.lro.d. Pa;nt Bowl. Thomas 1590 J Swearlnien AtlantaIkve Kro Stores Co. 25 2. Pin.. Phen) Winter.Garden JFla._ Cirri at Par Oil Static* 51 55 i-U--I's .Bt
butane -
0.- I ,.. I'M |". ares Mifri cIrculatIon. N.w ApoDk Hiva :: LOCK SETS pad. sales manaier 2-31R3_ __ _ KUHU AVE". 3500 S -Milk goats >:ROOM" FURBISH MUM H* i a ...__14, "
II Gte HIDf.nP. __ Complete abc milktc goini stints CntM'ea kct* 1114tacit's '
Lake Rd mU i north lockl a::1 tATER SYSTEMS- high breed 4 ,'l 51,
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Llecenten. home Farm At Hoiri Dr MrS Rooaor
farm or b
N. Oranii for north Sacrifice -
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5sves.mf PINOUprlth
'M* kinds
of riff 1!initinjm.RE .
r- .t:: : Ave
W Robinton
_ MachinerY Co 410
5VS S-fl I and Railroad _Tlpboa._aul.PIA I.W. Ps.a15da
LUMBERPint'. and lyle:-od< OS Limned number of used W OOWSAN"R AMPS-An.11.. I 40. Pet Stock and Supplirs 47._Rooms for Kent Of 55'_ 55c 5* .
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Foster k R.roldIUen.d for studen sad type Mad to order Stand- 55S t$5 ip.555
..- II ... 's.d I.I TOR SALE-I-pipc. ".1- tot*
r..II..I. Mu,ieCo 1120 17Tt5t 'KC( ANDERSON $1Iii I Ok kWI >HMtveiy
and Ooldenrod practice. WIU rent Roli.s.a ird air. in stork 1575 pr COCKER SPAMCL PUPPY --
"-II ..M"J' boi e..mut e Sad5554
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,, Irn'*_ i .. phone 9732 reitstered Box 534 ..-
a., id N' ..*r sprang nattrfii I12S; of Ia.
us load ron PTTCHCR PUMPS--.Neaxy cast Irol. I II WASHER New. never II.'nUUtt' miles north of tnc'nerslor' Psirsull.WutI.T use .1fI.1 rawaAM&UA Ism5 .
'w .. H. n. aUiini, macbin LAWN Ideal iot 55 u.s. '
.* _eoIta... dill** 44*. rlmlrtc po.1e Mn 432}. MOWE, Pw. ... .I,I P.. a pltrher ""mp'. K... .mC 1121 McKay Huhw.y 41 *crvi Oardvn Rd A'II. s la aaaaw- I 'sese

.IS" ....1- .. .. !)_.. a*.w* machtn*. SItS' "Pro- ieI for 1200 caib. This la a .." I I . :* E. PIne Phone 2.JII [rom Southern Box Co Phon. 4674 CATS. pedlaree4'-SI..tH Can be see\ *i>rian 66 iwal II dwaM 4 kki *, .J S a. J. .

;: r.. a>l ..1.1 Ice bet IUpl..re: a tarrifire Pft. 2005 Oale*wMLi > 5. 5 sall . ."
.. I'Tint room lutir *<9 SOi ; a FormonaLUMBER FOWPR-Uwi harpe uilattachments Win h houMee iai row* Ilk 's
.. .. MT nlHlUd bloruou_ r"ndl'loD. 80. Phone COCKER "AM'L P1J3PeditreeiRea.snsble .... I 55a5 lo5 liSt
MM $1.AO. electric rang*. hand Win_ eel
10U- 1.pnt5 Park 593-R 1940 Miller Av
special Ala ler
1'U .1 Odd at oon"ec
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size til ranifII I CLOSE IN kiceif fonkakM
171U apartnrnl Get it at Mill and Kbraika mowrs. Wyckoffs Hdw : enameled er Pirk between Cl.v and FormoutOCKER raaaaWaikla
. lASTS BA5KETS-Lsre is t55i s4p
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M Wd lortad for full ilir bed daisies .. a4ks
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1 J-!PJ1 _ I of colon 98c and ur ann SPAMEL PUPPIES .i ikeck Y .
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lefli.-Aaua.. 4'.. cll. .. 120 Uctrli ..
s II 1 M S dini"i near ku Pa 77T7
balldlni, 1.ADIOS-Croolev and Fads Consoli tore Co 25 S. Pine Phone 2 old. AKC registered pedl -
P. 4 rook atove LUMBER .
-- 15.1 lesser .nlO..ood En"tMn.-b .
I models Also COLONIAL DR. IIS I _. atfta .
iHSrvfirSft tabl per -381. I :
and
Phone
kaa actlaM sad .514r.S Ala* |.S ..*r* krtakfatt room suit i lumber and LuibeiCheneyHI type .102 W J163 rued itock ,. 4 .I
aaa pit *... * ,. in M Hch... oklnrl 13*M Stmtl I ,h.*,. Pb. 2-1U. I'blt. Bumby Had..r. WASHING MACHINE-O E eith- oS80ARDfD. strlpptd cllppci" I room as att"t CaJBMTheatr .

4lpS. ._ I ..". TVr_ik4 r.r.n'" Co 72 W. Pini I = ; Church spin dryer Good condition Apjly and bathed Ruble Small AnlmaHonpils RoaoktoCONCORD ::
. ,... al UWN-VO\JR .J" mnn UNITS for 4148 AVE 1447 -AWTe4M*
.. II'. >: ,*_ 4870 and Rr'RIll'TIO ra"n. 1408 Greenwood 1600N Orange .rt .
.. . I hard -X-il. room. kam ktawMfMr* MlvMtatrtare
'c-. . .w'.ite. Went Pine I WRINGER Genuine Levell DOG FOOD. Hubbies and dmremeoit ad'
|MI .. Sill .'*. LAMP iUk Ma dd JBI. 223 Magnolia_ wringer SIt 75 K""x Stores Co 23r and .up Lea.. OrlandiK mad la4e . iS

>... *..,i ,55flVll-IoIa bml lIST pore) All fHADtP'rcntnd fle.Tie .- Pin Phone 23113WATERT"ifKSTu .. -I Sore Old! J *3S"4_ 1'" 15012thU t.tIIa I55 -.

1.Yf wii tnn. III.r, 111 Ihrr kvmer oil atoveaimoai Co :,4 I. Church ROC LATHE-IS 000 f. 639% 3o:1ilIh RUA'SHIPHJRnPUPpns: = Vi-11 N T5'saaes. 5-.. 's-

... *- r... fl'S It*. 201 W. ntrbaokiA . .rvIlG ROOM 1. attached kerosene heaters III! Auto Inn Seryl Station tllrlllf.f annile sad dubs *.. Men.F . I : c. .

a ..i ... I.. WieirPark. In excellent 6U1Enntuf.d. ROOFING-210 ID. thick butt .ihln-I .sch Discarded for electric heaters Bay and Or.nil. melts. ph. 380 11. 2-3344 .I sue, 's5 ,

rt'UtTtRZ II.. ..Twd---p., Eola Hotel..JVIfdO ondltoD.. !, iles Colon .ta. red red blend. E.: J. Tallant 301 Donnelly St. Mt3ora fthiteKTTENS c CHURCH 1f43l t TIICrooot M- .. .
-. BM 6Mk r .. 10 to 2S see real I I tall blend roofing all cot Fl. neil to balk OOM LssS. I
Free
1sI'sSUPTIs. ah a ,
IIThg a 2 II III J --* healthy for coo .. .a -
Piece -
IP _ t. 555 r _..... .. PnmUn i war 185 ROOM 93 E.let Mark St pre,I ..and 15 Iba hit. MeCormlck Ph. 23353LEFRIOEHATOR '-Em-BtJRNY.R "'-.eroil wet : horn Tnd house from BIltsns*. <9mm. da ...._ 4>*uy Miwc ... '. .'. .
('5 515 W Church al Pbon2rrRkrI.rpI Ing C.. 915_8 DlblslonSL_ Buirb Hard 'eekCA&SELBERRT ..
.,.1 I .. IUJ : I burner Tank type >n hid StturplEdFo. '55 55 ash. 0 d' -
st LesS lOll PLANT-t 32-volt I with Edison None el.drlo, 102 West Church Blr-el Asalka .. .
.. .sys. tern er Al'o am.n us 4555.
..un. ... VSSI>-Porrh Tort rlU batter M. tadio fan and ksreunitne iron rapacity S cu I. In A-I conditionall I pelted breed It slid 110 Dial Ill I American Pin Hotel. p55.5 55- 5aiO ocos.. .
S burner
rational rfcaira. IttSM 1 I new P.rfeto. ; between 1 5pm. Price 120. fiahiat hustles la ts.i
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iSIS t. 11ft. IL a.I | ** l iS fAr 1I1$-M-l I's'155. 055 ..
all .
built In orrn I
I! .. . .ISa ..rnni .utirruri .1110:
) < .. Ii's..". 141C w .Hli 2 tJittrr... 110; main,' I' tmUh. Priced reainnabl Plorida 'h. 2-3480 I HybrIds 1250 dexin C. 0.iii.: ., :6.
I * .".1. I J' M 3-klrr. bedroom multi Hther OolHenrd RUGS AND PADS Bedsprlngs; Iceboxes too Amp portable welding outfits. regulirly I onus and .1IeaI.... A" ..

g4Ijs.n..o.* 141 M. ,. .. llear' II M: Urn 'I LUIIIER-o aenoncd. & 2e., I All these are arilns Sea Complet welding supplies in stack Bill 1226 Nebraska Jive _ .t 31CLOSB I. A.... I -
law".' Mirror 141 ft Mather of OrSad. I Prune. 2 It 27 N. Sum-nerlin St distributor of Lincoln welding ma -'OX-TRRIER-J.l.I.*. S m.nth. a 4
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House broken Tel .a. Wseal 5es.
l M I Ckurch Willlimv Ins old Pedigreed
I and Like redi H. R
and
tines
LUMBER building MUtes : mesh. Ai1w51a p55aI, .
m.t.rl RUGS'd2 V.1I. Daytoaa .t'hei'f -U9' k" 55is555 C
811 N Beach St. !
$ ....ii nev low prrt. Pn. 155 with p.4. Alit ilies II. ._. PsaII
S. .' ".'rruR&-u.m-- koxriIII lud..r. ft Hdw. Co. $ I furniture for aal. tVstmorlndpr >. ieacb Pla Ph 2220.I TROPICAL FWH Lariest' seleetioitn ;. ,
.*.. ..<. I. I1t1..L Cnt. mm* IN Co4 PT..>. bi* Issi.
*i.a. M UII in *.... 110, oil stove Or.ndO! atea. Anuarttims. sup 5iSi'55
lit 0.... LAWN )- OWES"P and )i. pr..n Rld..ood'Dr Orills ReaaoaakM 644 Ma. .. .. :
Jr tl* >-.act' krrakfllt let HIMWkitmir nality'. the parti hiP 829 V). I II I Pliei Hur-y Caster. 138 5. 5 . -
p . Psealturi Co304 W ROKE -UElhnla W. BED New finish Good ..- oft Lawrence Are. Wlnt Park .I 554455 555P&1o r .
102 W. ChunchAnY.8 141 YOUTH -
fttf .44 l'ss .. ... s.t-- b _Hed.ee. I I I tn&l. '25. t24 W Colonial DrWINDOWS2.24wul.n BIO RABBIT9. lIttle rabbit *ni. UBri.--.rTa 1M *a S ..' .. .. Ptt555 .

54 S5Le _S5 TI liThs 'RI1fG-C.nIO-.U- 50Mr SUIT-Lltht tray. all W Church Itel. madeCa. middle-sue rabbits II 10 ind uafulyval fort able rooiaj for rM ff* oLe - 55. ne'sPSa .

.!. Await SilL. .rl.tfd linolruaM Very .mat worn very lttt. REFRIOER.TORProln. six 'ot on Clarcona Rd.. '. mile wanf 212':1OOR& .' .,-,_. "
a.rl II. Will .. 115 Wlaer I I lie seen at 33DO S. Rla GraoldiIc
VIIIflT .iM ",PI'sJ kroadlelt. At C.pal Rml"- Leotard Corner AVE 1 East *4tM 44*.
$*. tard. a *o Oild 10 II. 2 : s -
$5. a., : Pak ''3R. BIII la .o eond. l Phone ____ .- katatkMi .
I. II" Wn* tel ty..rt..r. 2 REGISTERED Pointer WIPS 3V rooms C- :t at
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I .. S . 'Ak-Pn..... 1. tic ; MAs'ONNPLtB f TOOLS -. fon.: 17 or < rron'h o'd R P Brown 1611 ncr rate aitiBena
-. .1. fo.11 hawk ._ _ _ __ t-IH. 9<06. a >**Mi 54
E .,4. _1Me4 ... b *M ol .. fans DFLIVERY no.. Htrhnv Ph
101
.... 4 ...bs asrde **4ml* Sn attic '.n.. .oa Mow. torb. Bumby RIG6Brl.l Set.. En..mpa'. ring Ho FOR IMMEDIATE KUOHET COTRt. 11.-iiant*! '5 .5 i kBllll** Ass' Id IIt
y octa .5
"l*<.rr ..I. Uodcra .t'De.i dl.mold. .ddl N. Orane N.. refrigerators washing ml chines. : II. Poultry and Supplies kitch. privilege_
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line Wood and Rock CT I
will .1 B T ti toaiI .lay 471 5. O... 2ISIS.V05 : .IOULINOSFU : all patterns 1 Trail. Call mornings Meadiy apartment and standard sue inSDKS : MILLS ST-1 M S TM wftlkl .l <

4 -. I- PCRkACKAX-Both ia and moul C. N and 181..11011I Pr1dsv.QQFXNORe.roef.' i iI electic ringes bathrooneta. ,BABY CHICKS-Tuedo Peed Stori. this >arie romfpta ea) 4wlndoai .1 .
Smyth ..
1Ina rf. "I 2-2S14 for tlUmitt Ol Onl" commodes lavatories .sinks U S. approved Pullorum tested I6MHttotft
0 ,1 S * . lit '_.' P...u.t.. for all aic R.iro.d. '_ or paint sad a. 'Oilit seats and fltungsLmrtcsn 9n W Church 2-18- or 7J36BABY >..IfI.trg.- Mat M WM .

,'s1. 1.Ia.' **M$Br'. .,1.! and Small ot- MAIL BOXES-Rural 12.25 uo City car easy monthly payment pusmyth and CHICA.5 O. S Pullorum fated Suitable for cfmpM w i duidalOnly t- .
Applnnrei. Inc. 4IflS.si 35c UP Smith Lumber C.. Lumber Con N. Orange Supply and Aopllanc s'ss- .
.. 's5551 I. 551 less Modrm I Plumbing; stocc Immedlat or future it l $4 Call 2-JH *

.. l.a' -" ,_. _ _ _ lions e and Ritlrosd.OTOR _. __ UilreadIOOP. _ _ _ _ _ _ Co. 134 W. WasBingtoait. livery Freds end poultry *upplwsDrlsndo PARK LAKE SECTJOIIDrlul. -..* (.**> 'Ime ,
55 .
1149 CO'TTO-Glv. your Tcof anew Del 2-35 l4. .
55 W ... 5 .. E-JJ I* dlAouat. STRu.ml. X-c..l Store katk OoaikMiik aeMtreM
".," flu* r.. 5'trad .n Model 5. 000 roadlUo. 115. lease on lif- 12 SO per i gal DLCKS-Silent -.. 28 of them 820. Near bus Pk 2-M16 LrrC i_. .

* .ha torMd f..lu.a . faknri >Into . Vine!and R.I nil. At OI1 len.___ i 2037 W. South St Phone 3-U26_. ROBINSON AVI ail f -Ckjeaaj* '

s.isis .. fcolt.ri.i ... 2221 N. Orange AIL BOXE3-CltV'nkfl boxe 35 JOOFINO trades of roll roof1n' UNREDEEMED DIAMONDS. Watcbfi : DUCKS and rabbits- TIle rUhi roc_. ....... arefetvod PWmtMat = f I,

Fea 51,51 sad ... __ __ I and up Knox Stores Co. 25 E Linoleum nullRollaviv 332 eetiEconomy W and Jewelry Real value flerrnasIis. s.te. AI k. V-Cnicks. Gain** Pnvai* ka**i 555w 1 .
a.L1I.I3et.ei. I 23163 Furniture Co. n Off lev. 27 W. Church_
CIa n..Jtr I MrtCaUD loeeikl Phone
P Matnolla Farm Lockiitrt ; II !
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114' II Otooro UI... J.a sLOTS 4OTORBIKK' =HUllna. illghtl.d. hiiTch Street Phone 9217_. (OTORIZK---uJuR- CLE t:* HrNS AND FRVtRS wanted Orlandi STRA ::d8'1.ilwr 55 S

SW. s.d IAI S W ClMlfrH. i tood rendition. 1100 Call 7581 'jY'RZQERATOR-ervei. b'II'3 mile modern WM with a new 1947 wtIaIt' lain and Foultrr. 609 West Chart k III. ._Mei Call a.utlNDEiWOOO i
nit 6 ft. 185 Can be root a treat to lake the seal elWhixzar -
SIS ha.5i rtfDRracEirt >ncr 5Pm. er
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-rU-1 East of Sorrenta en Sanford road. powered bike Let tn ex- Avr nrt 4
,,t 14-IVM .. %ck'VLJfyi MACBIWI-Osi horio type. whlzzer 602 N NEW HAMo4lt 3-Le.bnnu. room II .... eta sl.*
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MOW1O I FrI ___ i J'11111 our es'v
:n 'ITm A .$11. ?. IS W O.rd H..th.rllol. Phone 5>27. HESL8-Pflueier Sunrvmc. Used lena Or.n"( 2-4M7_. laying hers 12 =-. 1410 PIlls III eVESTMORELANtJ WI S Mrer I

.5. H..'.s4 ad..1'at tmAl'd .ADDlUnr oa* I MOTOR-1 Model .5. A-I I, than 10 hours $21 BesSel Circle 4OVIES for the Bern News' parade SEW HAMPSHIRE PULLrrS- week Hot ..t.. Bare .
and
comics Ready to lay 12 each FifUhcUSo' Ph 1408
travel
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., Its. Phone Atrter Park _ _ adventure _
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41r."m'll Reajonb't! Rear of 2111ijirey -
: t I. b"mpr.' OOFXRO-FtiU Ln* Roll it lowstead Camera Shop 1039 N south of Lake Mann on UMkinelnd B.ASHINOTON fiT Mt k4t .. -
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and Shinilcs Re-roof and vs. our I rsr.C.U2-l511 Road __ Sleeo.n rawat Tarn bids aki aaavne
.. .*! -.4*.. > with Smith Lum -.tindltlon Nit RkDS Barred Rocks. Whlti ,
__ L8Jburrrhr. nonthly piyment plan .KJTORCYCLE 54 A-l me ball
SI'i Witrh
. .sa.51S AIE-- oar. .11 Box >.rCo N Oranleit Railroad with buddy lest and bnmp-r Reaanabe Rock. Red Rock and Rock leE It rv ONE ;
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,.. .ltr IS. Orlo Vista 95 100
'L L'sa.iSfl ..*.., PUt shim ...,--.o, item dl5 R u.AWAIIED Wltb1II.urrn: ', Rear of_2116 Deaney_ hicks .Your rbolc (8 100 per Code ITMCA-AtwariM* rM4M *ky MMM ..
rs.s. Mad !. axir SAltS vlndow 110: IHT B..tCol'm'l. Per- aood rendition 120 4 tires and rCME TO-THE STORE next tk Post itavy ork d 17 94 per men Slavic ar d ajla. 14 kM I .
Pullet 113
> .55 .m dw lard la oar north Ph. 2.421. ; ubcs. SIM '(&$; 150 all 343 N Offlc Mainland for most .veryhlni rei.! 8700 Chicks per tent Itm COD Ea i Chicks PCI rail 1000.'UW..D. -
100 "
.'f'z.n ia do%. IIS IT* BOl. $t..e. 451II DITBOARD MOTOR.-Recently 4,,' .rn Crltt.RADIOReA_. new and n ed China elocks .;.lIc..r. N. H. w3J SATI-b wa* JBnonthly >.
t.&a Otaai A.t Pno -*". I hauled R D Robinson 1 L.lon.BI.d. console walnut Eirel.ert . men*. silverware Jewelry curios IInatlfwl .

: UItf a .. Ph. 8803 condit on. 445 Beautiful flrilde .- ntlaues". electrical and auto suplies -RJ:1jCHICKSP "" medicine i mile P",.'. kotk _. afIiIIIIIIII

. .._ at.. OVENS-foron-. chair 135 711 S. Late Formo I baby ramaiei musical) lat and supplies Opts demands a [ ala Virgin .* ,

.. *" r Rtnua&: i i... valnut, one and two burner Stok. rIte t trum.nti. etc L." O of The Maitland Woods ChIck flimsy Cw 17..-9., Btliiiorih MM Chais Avnac ;- 4 *. I

kd and mat.r Hardware. 102 W Church LIMITmQUArny'er2 panel whit. .
Eiectrie Singercibtnet - LARGE OOMP04ITAMI
M4f MACHINE-
MM Is I. 'EWII.O .
T* . 7 ateel *nd :
HE 4 pott
and tomt I. double hum winnwi .i LAYING .
rotl Also ,
M 4I4MM 5a5. ftrr ., 'ISTOL-.38 Colt steel: model: newly monditiond pine doort private Dome. Mr* *
totivnnt inaitreii Bihotany druei 'SpcalBlu.. Winter Oar WIlSOn Leonird ".r..... 316i : fence (30 Floral I Drive Phon Stetal, F51tace 04
y &. .. ... *. : 111 S. t. 175 313 S Bay St "Will
..1.., and ku 1""I lk Blo om Trait Ph 2-2187 DUjI --
.. >115. ,ak.. 121.0"11.. UI.. *. .. BlmbT. '4n._ _ _ elen. phon 251-Whlte_ 8 i O.n. Thousands of SMAU-PLQC- laying bens and .ICE COOL fcoOat*. IT a.khave Ws St ..
OWNERS
W1 .s t. I DWER MOWER-New. An alleLLowest 1EWINQ MACHINES Factory re GROVE I priestS bearS rttM Mcacand . .
.t 'e is.. PI" Ct'iTARD"aalilu marhln prices Phone 1144 or 121 built. guaranteed like new: portbl Junk tires for firing purposes 17th a reotei for sale Winter Pars4M. vrtns Mtre frM foe 550 .. .. I r .

4 's 54Ss ... .555,. ISIs.5S .\.. MOT S OrannI.MIIOI W. ColumbIa Av"._. and connole At W:g gins: 6247_ .nd Orange- Blo om. Ph 7564_ 401. Wen wa kiM. <*a E

.er 54 .- Tnl C.I aMr- 00p >IANO-HEATDJO UNITS Preventstlckint HOT-GUN-Winchester tr grade A FEW oddi and ends of household tIO' DUCKS 130lull turkey TO COUPLE& or aaita.* a_*a kkkVrooai .. ,.
ill. .u o.a REFRIGERATOR. B""' barr.11.on. ecuiament Some good thlnii See 840 Wynn Poultry Farm Taft .
keya. 110 ... pump 410 tame; 2 sets of sitS knrha pt .1. Us .- .-
tr.. hk* lit a MUU Street tobmson Manic Co.. 531 N. 1.I.n., I. regular skeet one with cultsmpsnlolOr .t 624 Boardman Ave lorlOa_ 'i I. "lute.. Pk TI4) vca% .. -

e. n.. 51 .. .. !As UTOTE ."" ;1M; white 'AINT BRUSHES food selecMonpatnt with .U tube: lust like ,an MM M Mt>
r ,r. Rent
.. I nice Ill 8. Bumby; li. Articles Wanted IS. Apartmentsjor
S. palm kark 'li. . 40 vera and varnish Pure ew Very ,UD. :

.I ,. -- iav. M:ar*Ilik. artU!... wDtu >rUtl*. betin br-bt.. Knox '940_. ___ On ln. 17-1. Rents! Ar.1MiH :.- JisrV
Prr. for rent. *
: 5.5.4 ". .5 >*r.. Rd to Wrr Mont 'ul Stores .. E Pin.. Phon* SPACE HEATERS .Oil burning AU iXES-Furniture of all kind; sewing APARTMENT hou. .- 4 II - .
= .. ... 'I I klorka tarn 1.1t : 2 2.311.PAISlonlouI I I ellis for tmmrd. delivery Orando i machines anything you have room furnlsncd for Udt LANDLORDSdeuraklc -"". 51 555545 555 .I 4555is 555 M
S. P.s's .. gallons only Co. 210 N. Orang to sell Sewell-Thurmond Furniture eeping. 87.SO per week Adult teaan free aS .. 5... mis'sa
Appliance
.1 ,.... eMt1.W O AlAn ORopPr- Autoailf dooritr ., p.lat'I.On He. PhOP 4337. Co.: 72 W Pine St D..I l 4070. "ur> Air Bite Z.Z2 E Jelfersoo St1iEiis ind klttattcn Juat Mac 55 ..... ...

'ar . .' toarMnt them ,d I colors A national n O.J. ur cloMnt FlANLEY O'cHI.A OAT'Licht medium- weight : AVE 710 1-Bedrooti. bath raranry Oarttner Real BC'Ct .$6. .- :. .. ... .

... ... .r S O... and I.811 nro.t.OU productPeaular rat at Knox Stereo Co. EP1n. ment of all "Stanley" tools Bumby about 12 ft. IOU Harvard Phone and livln room. Twin bedi ".so I ;$ H Cnvri Si P wr* 1 MKl '. j

... ". be Mr'4GI. DDlnr.lba"6.. I PRESSURE. PI"12.COOKERS 2-313. _and cannin 2 H.rd..u.STEP-ON-CANS. 102 W-High Church Quality. white : %-1513..AMONDS.. ._watches.--Jewelry_ -.14 AriRci er person _._in_Modern -3 HA\E Gardner 1t..i *S.charat 1 .1 ?:' ? . ci

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I P5s. IS-iatoa Rind kmMxaUe vat.;heal- Presto:' "Eke:' "Wearever** H. enamel step-on-c-ana with whiuramcled gold Highest cash price U M. or 4 rooms Furnished twin beds (oath Cocrt str4.

LeI .. I .'1 ...".A... i H. Parish R.."... 210 S Oranie. Insert 63 95 Knox Stores lI.ul. Jeweler 32 W._Churcb. lie btthx adults only 171 per -'IL -
Broadway :
1st 411
Can month until Oct. Beech fUeUtkSURP8TDE
JoIIXERc 41-1.
ill R A fOEad Mite Chef. table 'hone 2-181. :o. 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-3183_ ELECTRIC KITCHEN I .

II ISI J.f'hi -'Jr.' to* HMdek iod reoilltloa. Prln, 'PAIN-Ot.I".. Inside for and iPRINKLINO CANS- -H"avy gslvan-I .Mr Reehk 4309. or 216 East MU- APARTMENT room Beautllul. Iniulatid.location kU. ; VILLAS- mIles _'5 *J 1tI a .. !

SI M) 1 4 JO HiSeD.tt* : All lIed l with br.'s ros. II.75. Knox t. electric atllltie Back 's .ke cNoaaApartment i455' .55

.4 - MI%niR OM HP- I-Pr.M Walkt "Pla S !20 8. Orante Phen,3.154l Stwlne machines. Call befor you APARTMiNT o u.II... porch
I S eondltUm Extra
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SI SIm4S.g I : . prices Sewell Farm. Lockhart 15 Apply people .
4lS7.eklm. s ll W* pay top Magnolia
55.ta PKMW
'I AMOS Complete stpokof newSplneu I Write Boa 34. I. ai*
:;f U RACE ar" rM' : Mahogany walnut TEAM[ CLEANER-Kerrlck. Hit Just Thurmond Furniture Co 72 W. PineSt after I.SEIWAN. sot raws
a 14 .Qt.&jTw .n Hol.'lit . Dial 4070 _ _ _ PAR1tG.ia..p.rtmeDt. Peach I II
tecendttlooed "
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I.J 4 : bout: 4 blonde "nl b. Prr.d 1525 and been thoroughly I SEREwTfcE Cw
atBtick
554,.cat I'sndi: bench rite: Terms If Jo" h Bailey '735Muenetla Chevrolet Co- 115 W. Central 1 iA m-OIL STOVES-Ice boxes 115 S week until Oct. 1. Adult. a. OCEAN ** :

.* 1 .. si.lALl .. k.a are .ill.p. ..1.. relater, ''N. Avo: 2-2090. Lv 1S. and good used household furniture pet*. Ph. 2-257J._ __ ___ I be.an aa *iS15 IM
.tIC 5e4t : end : 155-I I wsyhlng machines. Ph 475 WLOGS automatic hot apartjaeata
treat iacti 2
!'.; ; i t IMVI < CLOSE IN- rooms: end 4P One-half avttoler IS .
". tou t***arda Oarait. LO. I I delivered to mill will a.so buy water refrigeration 122. Orac S;revt .. .a .- . I 1 .

.+, 5.sSI I ra C.rnr oa 441 North _- PLUMBING FIXTURES I timber L & N Lumber Co formerly Street sin '. .,. . ..
s. sad .. : I Gablei Just off Fairbanks Call cAiT----sr-- Small apartment .
-S ftA* ernypbUft*t .I.I I ii "' II
s4 -. sad .555s .I r.*_*... P,... 2-11. : nt rim '!lks roll rim sinks with SINKSPlan .-. 2-2981_. I block from Lake Eola - ... I II

i 554 Pp.rntt. .__ __. __ I I Iau IIr'l tt. cabinet sirS, of .11 OLD GOLD-We pay highest prices Couple only References relialtPG'1
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555Qf. -''tVrai." whit. .. and rirand .t., your kitchen for diamonds old told watches.broken Private entrance Summer .

.' .iet SI td caer I Hi.a tiauh Sins n4mlkto r. htll. copper pip* and tUll. I! AmtrUan sink New design newbeajty. iew* ". teeth silverware 2-6001________ __ WIlES are yes I HO| pa's *0. I ii
construction ,
I4 .e54sts t 102Ck : ' ".. Libby sew features new SerIous ft Son. 139 N. Orange 228 Palmetto
SuBftr EFFICIENCY APT I _
W .'rh I .sr..r. '1 W. Carl new conveniences Drawer* lUde i OFFICE MACHINES and furniture. I Av.. local. at 425 S Kuhl. t ?
If t. ___ __ I Sib Plastic s idei. atlnt. iffertlua. _
"t..o"u" OARAOt DOORS- rt with t-.rd- I Double wan doers sound deadened Get our price Check with George OORE AVE :W.-Tkre.-roo.* If yo ar* tookaw Bar I ;

.. ** Ram aklo. ..I 1111 tin I end inmateo, Drawers of 1 pi c*. I Stuart 13 8 Main St. phone1ET.8cKWIT1ONS&I1- 8158 unfurnished Adult only besttey aad Ml nwCkuntryt 145 1l
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PLTW000-Wsterproof fir kvtllabl ., af *) MM
: 's' steeL rounded eorneri and for aulck typeilaxchanged SItS B kM I
sIlW P1" OALIZN .- --- -.-.".. -Jr. ,, tn >,-in. 4x11 ft. 3x14 and 3x11 I ey ti.aninq.WsIta. i one for two No ch.... GRAND ibl. cool AVSP4CE-i321---Cotfort-front bedroom with '.- .. betek akckt** laamH* Ml

. ,_ T/COR*.r ,.u 0.1 Co Pin. phon.F2413.PAZHTSALI$3.30 Cattle Boat. At Construction I J. WUcox Inc. II X Robinson I Send to Pocket Book Exchange, Mer- kitchenette for light feouMieepuuUtlllti I lest ta Si * lU-4sssI. 1135 rIta bland '.. Any amount ae- dent ovfrlook Ceaevefkl .5 eaa\ ,
... "p 'Let* 555 at HA 3S24tkM founded ** I1Ir.t.lI.d.HILLCW'iA _.
uor alien directly o. ill Ore** 14 aval** 555
a..' 4' ( I elP'' Return postal appreciated
4a5 1.1UI .
_ house paint for 14 SO OUt".1 I : &130---Oaraa Cocoa
"sij O* D-T! $-t*.nm*.*n ana talaa. 4reold Paint '.r.. 497 PINE TREES WANTED-wm-"UJ or -Iflcteney apt furnished rfrlgralor j ja. I
!( rtb LaiaiWr C.. J. *. STAKES-6000 etpres heart nurnry I. saw for you. Newton. Ill Irvin: and private bath. UtIlities fur Aovuit rates Weekly avlwirT ;
ant 2J'5PMBIO
; ilH miir __ Gary
O.asi. sad Ra road. I and tomato. 1.. each 2-1147._ nuhed AlsO rooma *t IU pf aeai i II
I" .. -- 8UPPU-TeUe aeaU Viti 341 Muineoia Ate. Clement.n ARE ta need of some eood furniture .. .
?:; 115,5 r45sfA .. and WE nfnWN-COuRTHoTIL-l and dads wltlMMri .5 kf4 64wrti
What have
and metal beat I available Sua- re.oil ..44 .
2- aont a&artaeats
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Harper Plumbing Co 1137
Dtp
154 t9M .t SINK-Double drainboard porcelain you? Cochran Furniture Co. 1013 W. .
IAIStiEL.F5lWlatI. rates.KEPNSON 5
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pb. men
Winter Park __
:; 4 .. .....". O4J .. A. all metal sink and metal cabinet.H Church $t. Ph 2-O931 DRIVE 127. furnished: Ciniveril Hirkar tew A. .- 1I I

0 PS .rrtnat! taiulatedraai 4QR" 3pt'' H. ParIah Hardware. 220 S. Or- WE'BUY iH"d farnlttire Ca us before 3 .t.". bi'h. Every coa- ', Florid _. 5- .

Ps'** PIP1 5.554.5, Ce.HB in t.ni-l off POCKET KIEF Lumber and vy Co. aoe Phone 21141.SAILSOATIteSistertS. seUing Orlando Furniture Co ven'ence!rooms.; prefer working couple I Ii I ;: I
1551 IS's :s ..U an* 3 OfdlaarrrV4 oar Snip claaa No 2 store. *1S W. Church phone Jre .
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N Orange and Railroad I LAKE Room and kitchenette -
ST 323
*I' C'. Ier *** 120 Owner
e 'sS1' I..f.*rWr. .re.1' &lm. PORTABLE ICS -T.n A.I condiJoo Call 2-40W or atop by WREM PURMTURl at anything afva'ue Lady

,.Ita auf'tM' '11 ">o'1"I.."'.' irIs JIS ba.becg se'a Smyth LI1rCD. 115 *. Glen wood _ _ ts for ia
._ 5. 554Sha5 ra. .5. l., 'a', ._ Or.". and Railroad_ I SALVAGE BCILDQia MATEHIAL Street Furniture 325 N Oar LINCOLN APARTMENTS' Morse 49. BusIness Rrntsli'
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-s. 3.,., Iu4ss'.. "I 4. fIMosDitlk--and ropo from ties mom Rouse or ion could land: 2-23t:1. ___ i B.vd: Wlat" !
racks d ta ta kt Janitor service
>*d sq. prodne- Joc.tlfcn. room acanmeBla. I "
I I1ka whole h to new MMBmm
4p4ft T 55mS lawS aalrt; ..naadka.mall move UM Auto Supply WEB DIAMONDS. old gold garnet bO.ter.. gteam II.: Year round 1. W't' .
are Rica with Rich
t n"ntMd wlblll..r' See Mr Eoeltke
SIll.w .
h t i and antiouea.
ttl L L.a.1514.4 Jewelry only
J. Wtk-.a lM and I or SuB>m r rental. Adult FLOOR 8PCE VAITTH
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epts. po l Robinson.UouUOD." Co 24 S. Orange. nastagg__ Winter Park 1111."ICHIGANAVI =
IUI TOUT piano new I"l
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! r i.tc-a ssi 531 N. Print. 1303PRTJXINO .I i SPRAY OUTFIT-For patat duty or garmleid -. UE PAY highest tub prices tor aid ., 413 UnfvrniihedButliln '' Wanted to rest W4e 3M4 aad ;
Heavy poC.I"D.
'ss iIoI V G'ssl *. Uk new diaeonds mad diamond Jewelry la aid walklag i I 3000 feel at dkar
SAWS.- *Tutoaand, 40 paint boa,. laundry room Muar -
I 2Vt-lklloB pot.
.. k .. ao4 any condition. City Luggag and machine Owaer.i411.S. Amelia truck itarii M ar ar '
Asktoa. all Including pole
doubic diaphraa compressor
"OMII. air boa
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"h&l.i AMI SM S ..- Bu 3.y tJ JewelryCo.. corprangejt Chardl.lwlILBtiYr. : Reply Set 330 0 III,
1 prunlnc sawi Hardware. 102 accessories for spryog trees RIDOEWOOO AVB:1221 NVel! fur- i -
. a.ww 55* IUttf.*<*. m W Cfckrth StrutCAS W Church -rl. 1100 less motor Bee at 52 W.Chareb. .. *r saw year aiah.d ...rllDe..t. Bedroom kIt-- 1l I

.. ..... .. I.atiM ., 54554t-A&artxent .f 1 P'7Mi'S-For th. farm or born.. B:- i _ pine trees. Can ClE Build;nt and la anti bath APply_Mends,. I -. ---- - -
ha |.. *..* ****. .wevn. .. ) and flnie. sew and cied SP. aur SCOOTER-1946 Cushman In good Lumber Company; telephone 7287. RAYMOND- -SEA-PLANE-BASZ- Far- :. OFFICE AVAILAHE U
-a. LII *. fM 3 typos. tM R. Oraaa* j-CA UachlaerrCo : building vervnd Oft
Stock Farm 4 Home condition See at 1915 Woodward malted apartment atar lak* Very Mifi'
. 554 555 lorIS OtflA-W..sPsa-.iNt 4TO W. Rob1n l 55 cP I
E 5s45t54 ... ft a >ok la 2 rockenCteM bed nil studio couch. ISO CaJ 2- no lean r..a tre . lSr PORCH SET-Love seat. .1. 1300
t i SHIETROCK Piece* rJt1. on. A Soil 'u& 18 I.er. N. Orange. Pk 1-4111.
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.:: P51 p* Mot *nt. 11295 per st 115 W per httt. PbD. 6 llTYPEr'RITER tank ruled 0I1)f___._ _ 11.455 PaSS 55 0 rP51strn .
I IP'RT Phone 8021 Have your I. A n- :.
CRAAOS
*. iatt* 5%. Church St _ _ PALM APARTMENTS I 423 .
0 5I5evS5 o.ti : iis _ I Uadirwoo'. $60; A larrana. Insures beat oa coldet ROYAL PrWemaailRaoo
,1.1 iro ko. IU; Circle. Luxuriously fnrnl floor corner room
p CAGES-Oood ks'ortmenL FB-| OU Servlr Lucerne
McGraw
a4e4 's* electric comptometer Bw apes- mornings :
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. b. ..... $1 555. kUir, ..eOwi laraitur u.,.Snmcy Hardware10JWet try being room .. 154 ..'' cOIL I hed. New 3 loom apt. Adults 'i61. for 4 desks dtarkic4 !i.

.s I SILl 1 OrtkBd Church- 'r.. __ Winier Park 217-R.___ _ FertllJ ers and Soils onlY.___ _ _ RoXaad ,
!! AYE 422 S. ",- -'I
ORANGE
( ..r5 -- sado15M WATtS SOsutiss'.stIr -a PLUMBING SUPPLIES New and TYPEWRITER- Late mo
    kM So kl 131 Utelaet DTIT*. bath In a very steasant home tnCc cad. Room 12 I 20 far auaekaa* tJU
    tubs sinks basins KeecT garden
    rt. r-. SMOKE JOur
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    .. tr IC ubI Excellent renditMn Elite COLD Praak Crk. Hfi
    : lei Park SILOO per .., Call or profMiKaL
    healthy *
    1. .. fla n.t-B 111. Amn. Can be oem n *t 720 Wtlklnsci Ave and lawc pest free sod ". I
    'PPUI-_.. .AlA CVf'rfJu-*t <_ienal. hand Plumbint Supply and C or en 2-3004 I The ka-r .hss.ns. ". lumSyI5d'St 834 W 8t._ 5TORiwAsITEDsa W Ckaevk fcer
    a, Dr 6314
    I -t p.5 1. W.bl.tel electric __
    gallon
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    f _. *.s.e IW ? C '. "eiectrle Seep and .1 I TANK brakes .oo tire*. Imperial SortiesSIttlon. ruiiruch. top soil Delivered TWO "AKTKEJIfT&-P1IDn. 5321. will take aver lea**. .* in
    aCIte
    : iz s'z" nAI.W: I' w.l. 2 a T P& m'lt joining do 'I 8. Orange Blossom TrailrtRS.1tir.e I rhone 2-4053_ t 8-Star _
    ...4 A. I u y' ttttlr I p. month 541stun MNUR. dried -end-pulrenaett THREE-ROOM rURNISHED kpkrtment STORE-IZX20 ft. *3S 1344 O**.a*, CI
    tubes POULTRY
    I and :
    16x7aO tires
    Perftr. Wei imllln Pump Sapply in IliaAveso A.... Winter Park Pla. r.M W later .
    w-- .. C. an rotaj tHltl. I S. J.IIII_ 1125 tack Palrrlllk Poultry -: leT self M eoun I .
    p.,.' .. ... S... tlj! Osidesesi R WTntnGarden Rd.. 1 mUe eavi o'I rea C iable price 111 i I "Ir .. 527. *. I Park 20O Ala wareba***.

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    .'rrataoM at isu E -Look.nIM WINTER PARK New bedroom 8 BRAND NEW mode'n i and 6 room LAs-R GIn s4HiI S .,.

    .i sred a ho**' If '0 are dot t ail LAKE FPOVTD'sirned ..d buil O1WIN \VOR-Exceptiona nice house will electric &.Ldl D iarstI I buntslows. masonry and fr.tiecorsiiuciion S.UaO' : $50 a I
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    -mC.Id laaide and out. afford the best in living In tote home on large lot. Large I mimes from Orlando i business cen.ter. famished Priced at .35O and ... I t. rfkka. wthktLAMTA 5sInph. $5_ .. .

    -- - I' ,. .. e. .. pears La.using room.M.tle. i i i surroundings on lake for sal:;ng. or : living rom bntt firer.!ace. *n electric . Only $6 993. Terms (3000 down terms Get settled now wkile price kM... ., 5-. a

    I.. .0 D. tile fuhlcg Rambling masonry bases central brat laundry : balance mortal see this house are tow Entire Oflce Salt Force at AM.-.

    h.el dear and 'lch. 2 h.n low tiled roof 2 f;32 b drm5 2 'lhpl.washer brtezeway and I A. C. Golden Broker 1121 N Orlando your If'fHr.-DO obliaatioo. J p. T* IM feet .

    aibulLp Ii. ;: I h'.. .U.le floor .. furnace 1- 1 baths one 11ednl Cura. .' rom garageA. pleasure to show you : Ave. tnear Mattiand underpass M'I la. 14>_N _Main _58O9__ SItS 050051 :: IlMom. : III'tr. . .

    I- s ,' rar .a. storage space lu- .I mahogany D are JJ-ne Call Lee e..fcr. with Robt L.Pryde Winter Park Open Sunday 3-BEDROOM HOMES from (70M UP Btkhtr S .' Ss.m.

    sesu twre cia be purchased ' "I Its features Shown by appointment N. Orance; 2- i Wl.'TER PARK '
    61 -Forrest Hill W -
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    bate the key Exclusive Frank ,: Robert S Huey with Robert R Tyre 4596 I' .. New 3-bedroom home 2-beo-ootn ItomM from nJ.IIII iyaJ OP.Sial3S Pc05twOP5
    .It 2cargarare at
    CreSs phone ] Realtor W. Wasn.nstonLAKE 61'4I let a* help you pick your Some .. .
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    H Mftul 1 large lot. kdOOO mortgage at ton. SiartenRea'tor isti
    i i vour price and toca:
    Wr 2..1. 1' r.1 eMate broker i iHWT ORWL SIANOR-Vnflnishfd hou!* (06 month See Cra.r with Hampton 32 E Pine 8401.5ROOM kicatMO to baud psue Pr.e 5 N-ar ,'I *.% - C I-

    j Eioker a31 N Orante 5013 11..1111I bomOl Ie sell '
    17-M-Near KU .Corrjfr I "IE Northwest section of brick built "r to window sin FRAME bungalow furoUhed call .r lash 5111seall =-Q .

    l at Sl1.IS914 ,, Ir" frkined 10ul. garage and Reall 24t<>droora ho-ne with h llh. Consu:inz of living r"1; INTER PARK Beautiful 2-j jjry ''I Nice *ara. and work shop : all __a

    .' Lt &15. neat 3-room and bath cottage In : ro. kitchen utility room. tile residence. fully furnished Attractive yard Slreptn poreii St J 3LIl155OMT ,.
    Terms See owner. 413 rear For extra income On good and bath attached garrje 1010 sulsOP
    3 Ma. JI .
    } d s aaarter* Guest cottage One House new varaat (6500 Jamea IlsihisS. .
    IE *lat.f Pr'HIDT pated ro.'. SoOOO ta>n will iiandie On lot d3. Call owner o! Ui- finest estates in Central Frar I Hackett Realtor 1317 SUgh Blvd. let 1 Ifftr.. 1 .

    : r- total pncl less than 11.0. believe Park 179- I Oiferert naIl Dial 5M arISOHI so 50 .." -
    Wjnter iaa at replacewen HB Dt-iwt
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    ATE. 22 -Open 2-S t. it or rot This anl I apt Owaorr l. II 095505 is.. t. Ii' .
    : hkt M .*. sturdily butt 10 room : built right On prolrl large lot \\e uuick, 1)06.ol'.100. M J. Mos*. Bro BY OWNER betfrcogft*. Ule bath PaOIrTOi9550 ott 'as' 54150 C" .
    < LAKE
    : snik* title h .e tooted la a 'Ult residential feel th:. is one "J 0 best offerings ORWINLNORFlrst time on.nl.J ; !_ J2.PhoDe_ _697. ___ tile kitcher automatic tbermoata- M$51AM ls 54.1 AMOs.an. .. . Mi. 10.rv6II'ts.

    l .s.t ama cip.. cut* A real bay at S37 500 I has I Ibeaatlfml at present Call Wm Mathews sItu b-droe-ns lanes tlv:'.1 rom. .: WILKINSON DRIVE. 732-When yol tic controlled ml lirnace m basement Ice, a, O c-- .

    I Cesseol .2-4111. oil floors lara .' bedre JDsiiel Koiar 811 or :4388 ta. rooT breakfast rO.Tile 110 rof frt take your Sunday afternoon ride air ooling system play room IkkeM pef55 trAM rtU i.mils . P .

    *k* tiled bain steam heat 4 of wen-:andscaped don" fail to see this beautiful estate I in basement 2'years old. $15.MO. a/ken item MUSe ...a. .. ,
    J tbrouthouts IM ft C' I"cc'
    .- rava ttrate apartment ever 3 rarataae LAKE WTSTAH-200 feel of the most Fxceilen' construction :00 feet on Lake Winyan R.mbbn Term 5TO N Mills Sti Ik ,kheWg Pass Hid ...
    .. appointment Sob SHue in ft *** '
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    beautiful landscaped grounds :own -
    "I.h. St MI a large lot with plenty Oilando Patio and ba'becut h w:' Robert R Tyre R-.I'or. t 3 bedroom cement brick coostruction i I HOUSE AND 4 LOTS 4 rooa* .,..wstncted 1111L0T5 ,
    Drp and this C. pit
    I SH' .5 -w . Mr' a o ca. PSalter I 610. Orange cost over Outdoor game room 1_ IV. W.sbln'IO! 6174O.UNGE I I PatIo and barbecue PIt.I I I screened porch gsrsie ou:aide LAKE.r11.1 -'So .,. .4'5 e' .
    1.5. out-door gaaae room. 1. x U dora I 5 .
    toil'i. chicken house and yard p.-
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    MM *>. Tele 34*. ) bed InfurDhed. cement brick at..MI& '5
    I MM* .. M J ceuirucUon Thij property has everything Will sell home and >a leet for Si.1.- mles west of Orlando 3 blocks nwkw* ran Ck M I -

    I jjft* > M 0 __ IAK STCTIOV S3 000 ca h one could wish for in a besuti )[EMCRA SECON-3. 000 Or wits sell fcou.e. unfn-nuned I from bus IIII" Box 321 6-Star vktottfkl Dr Ml :. '
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    3-eepirg-room bungaw bedroom and 2UO feet for (4, 00 cx'liuue MMTMII .
    a. fitS home. with Frank Cret*. oru- 3-ROOM AND BAmdt7.t. oaSis .1' e i S
    EululY Brok silo rank Crebs phone 2 1710, Liis
    la excellent neighborhood S89&0 F'eU Garrels. r. tr I
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    ; I .* = : UI tbl The Buyers Broker" 507 t co-operation Building apprecIated.LAKE phone 2-1710Brokers E_Central phone 8a61 or_4328_18 any_real estate broker i iI i I. two porches 2-car garage OOM. with fcourt ... Iar .If ..'. i--. .,
    4993 .
    Torres Call Uu'phy at "
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    N"UI Realtor 62' Central .
    \\I 5-rooll1n- .
    1" E ; MANO'i SECTION-2-bed I .ER PARKfits ; M D Bally Realtor 30 C ChurchSt MSIOturm 5.5 5a.
    Ul Alra e W: FRONT 4 bedroom tame OR.Il I 1 tar 32 I Pike ..
    . 5g-- S
    bungalow Tile low Owner built Picture windows S
    : I cement brick 4'6
    home 100 ft. lot. garaEe Immediate rom kOka-lkk isz
    I V hUMB--Tww a rU'
    windows I overlook Meal Gardens All electric
    I casement
    anCK\ Vnfimth.d-S (9.500 Terms Wilbur roof Metal :I FOR QUICK SALE-Six-roMB Spak-- l" 0.._
    occupancT Ie Aesall
    I s.. .. J . reaient Dei..ned sod built for comfortable kitchen m.n"IIIt'I. Immediatepossession I SUM I. .
    Strick and. Broker 23 W. Ish house Restricted ne:ahbwr-
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    e 1 fine .
    .r saraie location bandy Curb ...
    (9600 Terms
    I ..I II I Florida living Nicely furnished 3 I Carenauih OrwlkI r,'
    Ph 6673.LAKE Ave 9tPAUf
    I t.,_ t' t* More J.N: churches 1111: I I day possession 112.500.: term Realtor 4308.'INTERpARK. hood 184j Berkshire *:.. $e.ioti*. ci C I'OS

    i suit .. otter n I 5. tr* S2.500 : FRONT AND ESTATE 17'sacres I Keal Realtors; 118 E. Rob: I. Manor Owner ;eaving city PriceS1050COO alt*. Ikkc sin . ". .
    I $91 It I a A Golden Brcker Huckl V New modern unfurnished (300000 cash ba>akc* Dl"
    ; N.II in and beautifully landScaped dial 2-37a3 puma Call TkjfklJ4JMJ . .
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    r C.s 1111 t Ate near Mart:anddergaM aov.. nomes guest ,ottages I I I bunsa.ow on choice lake (75 00 monthly. Completely. furnished =. 31 X Dl50 < TB. . ..
    Hinter Park Open Sun. I frontage (13.900 Excellent terms if desired Telephone Orlando 824J ,
    I i'and 2-fts stable Only In 5. I I ORWIN MANOR N ce'y fu Whdbunia Completely and Iurn.be4Cape I vrorrn P* lscIMa .''nun.tik. ... .
    attractively -
    V? .Lr._. SLIT SCHOOL O.- 5-room I Gardner Real Estate 29 S. !ow. 2 hardwood : Cod bungalow. 514.000.Terms. ROOM Bt1n.DI"O sale to be sc-ma Sisr .kh 5'OC S. . . It

    .. iOt. vanrs'ea furnished bedrooms: St. d:al2-481 I i tr:'oj bc0m.. insula moved to new location PhmMsw Lkrte IF Ml M POt fhet" .. '. .
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    . A seal ktre larte front porch: .1ftr stove I LAKE FR HOMES-Lake Sue- ''I for. .utom.t. 01! furnace BeautiSuly !1 Fred L HaH. Realtor 159 Park Ave ,, snip<. ass range arlH water neater :. LtJl.rt .
    . .. refrigerator Large Laun- : ft let 1C larae t Inquire on premises Priced Wel -
    .a.ce Lake Lake Rose- 1 too Fn 341 Winter Park. I inv t V ', kTJ
    Pe_ : __ Iry tub S.r.tf! "f.t.r. i>l itr ''S.nol up. LIl i iI .. bearing l.nds.orange trees (13.500 Immediate : .7 miles west of Orlando at Lake ..Hi! Me. as I.

    I I .I List.S fri n .ld stores Ser I ChabOi SZ"o to Pion.p.m. 5a9 i'' po-session Harlow G 7redttk. WINTER PARK Close In to High, Rose Mrs N S Norman ,, K PAlE SO. ' : 5
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    1 a 115. terms Sam JohnsonC ; A. T. Paris Broker. 33 S. Main St j i iI i N. Oranie Dial 8188. I School. 3-bedroom 2-story Fur- MODERN MASONRY Bungalow 2 5.ios OOr0 I .v5 ne505 5ar -
    kzw Sal ball 118 I So5 tnVd Mm nnktWM MM "tMtl1- .,or 0
    ILLCERNE SECTION Close : s Great To Live In Orlando nac Large lot fruit Kitchen fur bedrooms full bti kitchen witS -
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    I I WOPer Poet tot* ka o--- a- '
    ; _. : I galiw Ilml.hed. 2 b.th. large I I'UVIDI II I I i nished 116.000 Betty Trent Evans. built-in cabinets til-d drain board I ., hhlkkx M MM I _..' 450

    Simett. I large front'' Pelham Road I Broker 349 N. Orlando Ave Winter ,, lifeline roof House one year old rjtttMi HilM. Mas ,
    rom. t\rpl.ce. rkaenta 5.5. 5' 5
    ." _. sAM KtLET SCOL IEcOS-ltltl I porch 2 See this for a close in I' ORMANOR33 baked (I Park .618._ _. ._-__ _ i j jWINTFR [I all new furniture n cItrus saraae mil salads Ckrnnkn I nWStnf Ski sSi" "

    ._ 1.. h. bd nome Sam Johnson Co.. 208 S M.1 I r hollow tile house 4-bdroD termsto PARK-MITLAND DIS- All this for ISO onlv S2 000 rich Owners Carrlkkk SJMj OtJ B 4s. t
    1 baths EiccJrnt U"fIfnt .
    'i S e Go'lid with John-on H -rT .r-
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    LAKE FRONT-CU ., rarn responibe party TRICT-Are looking for a beau I.
    P Large landscaped 1"B. 7. eM5
    Broker 1W Church S' Phon
    1 10S3 nthts This plot,.np.ran i b!uy bedroom bungalowon :I I nubed Call Courtney ,: I I tiitel piaie of about J acres natural I wnT a. 'S S sea -

    "- Only 1 Some 1 terms. lot 97x662 40 full bearing fruit I Orante 2-2471 -- : Florida tree and wonderfull land land-lit P -3Tt!
    omWisI3 bed- ftlY 16.5. I 51-I. Lake County PropertyACRE
    with Realtcr. trees. Immense oak siue trees 2I I bedroom scatted near Winter Park On these' MOOT $rah*r 112 ( 55
    M MIM mItt SlOOP s Nat Lis ORWIN MANOR New
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    pesi N. car garage 1.lnr tubs. Sand b.eb; i ; tile bath large screened i grounds are a fine modern large boo**. 0573Ivnn.o&O'DlAM ,
    Owl ).ln 216.LKE bunga ow OF GROVE. 5-room -
    0. ouplex bungalow aid 5-
    I (11000 terms Eammie a pretty ,
    F'D- attached PIn 5In 5'S'a.
    garage SillS
    porch breezeway and 7's acres farm land
    I and bath Th
    room guest cottage
    ;sis
    Realtor 4 '
    room
    .I clCo lot. (12700 .- Mt* DOT H tAM 0*tnwMO VKk -
    with laundry FerndaeFla:
    su W H o.-.s
    rom. L.a : a real buy at (27000 See H. E th
    7407
    : I it* 650
    ,'cd j dread c-tlfn ISO avrtms S
    IS 2 FRONT 4 acre trc ran Wheeler with Harold Shepherd Realty FARM=Thirteen .rr' with house
    List tAM DDI from highway ta . 5rl,: .ARE FRONT Efficiency cottage I 1 Gardner Real Estate 29 South Court Co 20 E. Wa&hmgioo. Tei. 5124or barn and outbuildings ali: with metal all also dais: .- 0,09tI
    L. hwuse concrete construction: I.ul s oping lot. Landscaped. |i St Dial 481.PRINCEOS I I road 5,05'10 PilSwd
    MMI MM* I :- 2 2629 aftey 6 pm roof Baraain On paved
    M. o.1 leraa J.. S'S I 15055tIW
    I tile window lt* sand beach price S36OO Sam
    I Mi .o fr. 1.t. tie REA wire E lCl..IC. s.a Fla
    nHRfr . 1. s.te' 15 year old m.e Francisco. Realtor; room 4 Central SECTION I WINTER PARK-Brand new house _ TllAT Cw.iiioeaS.4 -- ,., 0 50S

    t ..icii.. orange .. U35 S600O 7407LAKE I SOL.Itb extra corner I with real personality! 2 bedrooms LAKE COUNTY bedroom Spanish tHi .

    *N. nl. balance (58 Polr Real 3 duplex. lot. beautifully landscaped Spendld :. tile bath large screened porch. Price type bungalow 4 acres youia Valencia from. "y slob 055550 Hi Mm

    = room ,l.f.. t. 1. Cur I and Vain 2- |I' EL. blok.. FIbbed I location Two large bedrooms o.kfor. (10.500. Must be seen to be appre- grove (10000 Priced II $105 to SIHi 'a-ms ye-s. '4 454'tOO
    house 3 ,
    I ,1. \ Park 3 rom. .L1e for-. garage with hot and cold wa- cia ed. Call Charlotte C. Smith with 3-room. 2-story frame 1.',_ IateS at v50e ., ". ,' Mo's'.SO'ne

    omi* "ilassuilIs L f'RiiVE9 bous ltf bedrooms bedroom.mP;::: .a entrance Upper be financed Asking price David Andrews Realtor Winter : acre grove at rteresection HurrY'of J 2 I. .&.t_ J P II II uO'5. -
    555 mom I 'Ifr highways HO 000
    :::, window display ad- Park. 6o9 main lists 1050CS100CI So
    f large living room dining floor- apartments rooms and 1 112.0 Photo Broker Box 661 Clenaoati 'S
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    I _,.' 1..1. ; '9om kitchen and bath washroom ,, screened porch each l newly paintI I I s 29 W Washington Call Mo- NEW 5-ROOM BUNGALOW: tile bath.beautiful I Ii m* mm DlOPHi?_ lAne ,a ,ee.

    .itas ': and gr-a.e Am willing to trade for',I.d Inside and ou! floors reimished i; flirt with Joe G. Mvers Realtor 1 construction throughout: Sale ishirsal. Dlhsle SossIn P'i.sow. -. 0 5 i'so

    W.. I cress from 8 to I .cr. without nice- condition throughout 2-car gar j 25 W. Washington St. Phone 8881. I (7 OO with excellent Noble 52. Grtes for Osa 1M dsissxitu.1r
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    .. biiidui not more th.1 I milesrostOrlsndo age fruit (oranges grapefruit avocados -'! I Smith Real Ertate S. : 6911 M t *
    L.esM barlossi dp. CITRUS GROVES-If yoa are
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    .. ,4,. as tIsMi n 'ttl [I O.ne has been transferredand LAKE SECTION Home and ROUTE NO 15-Six room home furnished I the market for a mod irove .r if rise to M's .

    'e4 $51 .k & LAKE -Furnished must ". otherwise PAR Fine bedroom 2-balh with 5 acres excellent landowner you hate one to sell it ma pay you I r PaMad C'rvioaSOs a." "' -

    .,.sa. tar .. PTM 515100.. 2 dr ;blE. In nice neigh-I I wou'd! not bSlfor sa e. Ideal place I home. Or guest home. Plus furnished I says let It go for (4600 Mei |i to see Wm O Rencher Broker M 172 N 01_ JOOOD -'

    wrOO "If C.rt,r-' "h. dl.t possession Prt-e : for home Close in prOD. garace apartment C.I.t mIss at i i Kelvey Realty No.sCefitralAfratle._ E W..bmlltoD LOT % as-s'Hi 105. a
    R0 C li. Lllr.l terms C. R. Emerick nt,. US Sm Johnson Co 20 (15.000 Call Don Dudiey 2- I .
    _.1 .nl. fIIn 3NEWHOUSES-I. 2 3 bedrooms GRoVEs.-.ral-: : buys in S and soar 0... 5055 .,. Stea. "

    ; OO I __ ft.ltr! -N. Orange Tel 7349LEONARDS S Mal _____ ___ i 4145._ _Home_6'48.__ j| not quite finished AS IS. *lajj(34aO . in acreS Or a one and wraeefriMt .... 05. .. iss.tails. .

    ,. .. 8* On Hello Bond D.. CORNER Masonry LNC.'STER PARK Settle estate LAKE SECTION-Large 3-bed- (2875 respective! Edge o. Good prod uc.rs >flowing good returns all Dlate .OWI .Me o.esems .

    f I Mfctl 'lieo.toissas Pr... i built dwelling Good well electricity 7 room bath 3 bd-| PARK. home screened front porchfireplace i I town '. down balance 5 years GoIng Good oca'ions (1J5O per OlIn (054.. POi Ms's C
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    ., Is-'tl. ...ll oak flooral available 2'* acres price 126. rooms sun parlor Furnished . oom 2 car garage (13500 north August 10. E S Fr.I*,. acre Sam Johnson Co JOB 8 Maik CaM .1 tOSiae .lHi ite-o,.' 5. n-osec
    ; corset lot terms 16 rash balancy .U,. 100x152 Frank Russell. Broker Ph Greystone Inn. 136 Wall St Ph 9.2JO Pset-ds.tHi 5005 05iStI. .__ .
    Lan Hampton Broker 531 N. Or.nie GROVE-28 acres in Late'Okkkty a > ne0a. 4
    i Goodwin
    il Herman
    _. I* Io 55-6 IDIt c..II Dlst
    His 000c
    STORY 4
    t. bedrooms hollow tLe
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    t Broker 677 N. Orangt9855LAKE 5013 best citrus section A bwkper ere* dAM'-i"
    I ; White tOY 100 I't .
    I.C.i LAKE HOLlIES SECTION-OverlookIng Furnished rue roof attic fan oJ heat; 2- Good tenant house and barS 50,0Pslr
    W Central.Let iOL-Si ) lake beautiful new bunllo. PARK LAKE SECTION car garage (14.75O terms T. J Undorf set 27 additional acres anplaktet Ml soa.d f. ..oses se
    ; ON-Furnlshld-j I brick bungalow 3 sleeping rooms
    .3-.a _S .;. 2 I 1 four roms. all tile fors. S9.750. Make offer O C Slewaft. i JReaItor2-3983orjr37NEAR this for S25 000z: cash For particulars _. I baa 11AM all 05150

    t w-nka. na show yen thi ; closet space convenient to schools'. Large Best buy week at I Realtor 0 Neal 9783 GRADE SCHOOL in Eustis-S caU Brock Steel with Chetr1 '., SIHi . .

    M kk newly decorated bedroom and shopping centers price 810.500.Anne ; (6.000 00-Terms (2. b i, Arr.df. I room stucco home for Immediate I II 1 I ault & Jennm_6"2 N Oranae 7734 a AMa ,, 5 "

    1 hkuW .k S 144 ft I with Goodwin with Herman GoodwlnTj ance (40 00 per o.Oti:i I occupancy 2Va bedrooms Partiatsyfurnished. 105-h- .. a. 5Hisu S .
    HOME-OROVE-LAKEFRONT--- a' "
    >e 677 1 Orange 9855 fore buy See Mr I IO PARK LAKE 600 block Roomybungalow
    tiShli Waring tree*. ,_ j you I AV. >
    : 1 extra Priced for quick cash sale acres land with 7 acres in produc- a. hsisv 5 S(*$
    f .M) (4_ Term can be at.5.4.4 LAKE FON-uburb.f 2-bedroom. P Swope. Realtor 6 : j I Fruit trees double lot. See Harry E. 'I 400 ft. frontage ok keaa 1.1 5 WIll SiC0509r1 .
    5812 1 Breakfast nook 2 screened inc grove r fk, M -
    phone 5-v
    : r Braa* Raalty C.. I construction I I.Uf. Morse A. Co Realtors: Eqstis Fia .
    prcb. m.sonr Nice condition tiful fishing lake Comfor'able 3 MOre OP in
    is SP
    C.0t.l h porches +*
    large Lake home. 2-.r I .t
    m _ _ ; Livable LAKE KILLARNEY- view ca.cc. :
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    WALKING DISTANCE-Want something tase Only (19000 erwt* CewrePln 05151 Part Wilt
    I Convenient to shopping I sat
    LAD cmirrtt block not complete Instant possession new and okay In respect See .cbol
    alt IVfr really nice1 Tops location Asher Pe'v Realtor .
    In with l'"e\
    1 1Wi I See at 653 er 64 S'is
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    3-budrasm Ttl floor la nit* as S5000 terms Mr Lane this at once blinds. The O.ne Pak Lkt
    M tMl 1*,'St $ 000. H rash \ with Herman Goodwin. Inc. Broker. I pnce Is (1270000 and if you want a I Ave 9 to 1 or 2 to 4. 8 construction years old Floor design furnace Bloc:bungalow Ule sills. 70 E Central0756 T is bt u se' _

    CS Stt : nh H P BIDd.I I 677 N. Orange 9S53 I home with class see Mr winlbara bath and drains electric kitchen LAKE FRONT GROVE and wostwcfful ..t m M 5 M> T.. rwi to hal a. *5 I r -

    __h.il MM D. Bldf. *72 LAKE a aNew t with O P. Swope; realtor Phone I Venetian blinds Beavtifully and home site 38 acre Ian sad :.Mmra :11 IM lot tmp SO'. lsf'r1 8,5 .
    .5... !-.trIU I. orItl l-It' blnalo.-It'3 5812 tastefully fnrnizhed Irrigation I water. 12 m grove; BOO btartM tteea. O r J MM IM T *0 SnS

    .I 2 large bedrooms- ; 2'.Sturdl. .:y beautiful \| LEWIS AVE.-2"na-hl. on corner RIDGEWOOD AVE I shrubs fruIt. shade (17000 Hinton. that are irrigated 700 ft lake -rkkige Pt_ '-

    saraso: $ b4om Oak and Tile floors Tile kitchen 1 1many has electric : I Realtor 150 E Robinson 7632. . on north shores of Lake Mlkke . 5,

    t"ul.te coppr' other delightful We lot 132:0.. Home and income near schools i haha. In Maitland About 600 n 00I K. lit .k ,,. ,. .
    : = h! Itlure. elecr Best construction Lovely ARE YOU LOOKING for your dream I highway 17'92. If interested call F
    are proud to show this range and automatic hot churclves .
    d Owner one at (25000 *
    .tfr 55a
    1 = D downstairs 2 spot In Florida not far from Or Rea'tor. 37 W. ....- .
    t Call telephone 7348 hetr. room bedroom. glass- large apartment A. Allison 11IO _All LAaa '_'a-ui '' ' $: o.
    (-room frami I' Ivlnl upstairsThoroughly lindo' I have found one of 12 acres 7613LAKEFRONT.
    lioN '. sleeping nice furnished apartments ton. 1.tat.. f-ne'.' a' .. bop Uu '
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    _, _. i MM wkktSM oak floor LAKE A very nice pn1'Al 90U feet frontage on a big sailing .n. -
    C AAIea. nicely Only modern such as automatic grove and aplik > MakfMkk Vkn rWB N". Both lume. I low blok. bunga I down fmlhed. over 1375. you i iI oil furnace piped to nc brom. 2- lake-grounds very rich and all in Includes five acre wf W Daa; ." Dl .,,, S 'r Peso.
    h M> ijr 511.191. ; floors tile fireplace thl carpet grass-three artesian wells 9.t 54: 0 p so'
    c. ..b bl.DC buy A. C. Broker 1121 N. car nice 75xlaO ft. lot.This D Ossevrm. .,
    I location oa sumS-
    tile bath .ale. Eat. year o d grove fine
    f. I. tkM ease Riper Realty. screened porch sat The house is a beauty of concrete --
    I I.1413. .ld U.1 for : 2-a garsge Nice Orlando Ave IDea Maitland under- .1 this worthwhile Orlando and tile Spacious rooms-every one ty lake Northeast of Wlkter Part nAB .*& --' ._ r-. HiIs IOP M TiS
    close-in
    and trees This is* an exceptionally I paul. Winter Pat. Open Sun. I property with any 3 bedrooms large study living room with private dock Price la. .. freatso. 055.. a 0 'se0

    \ I nice home To see It. call I Income real estate at the prc. (20000 .- dining room and kitchen and lane Call D.n..r Hump!" with 0 Harra- 1 art,. o..r oasis cAM 'o _.&I .5-Jo 5- 5- -
    fla. ntcrr Jtt eft 5 Audrey I MEMORIAL HIGH terms Asher Peter. R.lor. Cor Moore2J380I09EPine petS.. Sue', .
    .. .. Pittman with Stlmpson-Sta- SCHOOL SEC. tile swimming pool off Iivina room .c.II'1' e .r sod sac astOPsu
    tr M* rtattom. CODYf.D ton Metcalf Bid... Phone 9159 I I TION-if you da not beautiful Central and W.h 2.86RVERIE with 4-inch artesian we:1 to keep It I I OJiAiffiEwvtalld1t right tk sow 50 -

    I II .. N !.11.. Otf-4.a LANCASTER home do not read 1 rI: This full The price only llO 000 This If Orlando for (6100 Sound Ilk. a 'ro 'Anon- urI aSHie SC
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    .e 1 i wad. tk*, -.1. (1500. terms For ultr SCON-Her la a very special kiting real I a real buy See H E Wheeler with dream Som InckT persMi I* g 4k* 1 cOc1rnIy . P AMi50 S ' 50

    k-.*'. .;).4S4 partlciilan 5., M.rti. concrete hom.mofm.lo.led 3-bdrom.la. born less than 6 months old unfurnished i PARK New 4-room I Harold Shepherd Realty Co. 20 1. to get It. Noble Smith. Real gatate.I I ,es .. .

    1 Oft*-.Ce . I W. Waihlnetoa wuu.m Phone rome lot with view of lake It I with 2 bedrooms each :I i deiD. lights water 10 an. Washis.ton.Tei. 5124 or 22629.JURNISHED.Suburbsn I! 124 S Main 6911 __ .5. IeMSAM w k.. ak Ik.w
    r ..lo.2 a. 2 closets tile bath, screened br *ZI' No wa te. (32oO = .n cL
    rff i l M i 1 k Orsissr'a I.t a.d. of oak flooring tiled 1&1 Goodwin ter. J. I South (6.9oO. I i 12 ACRES-800 tree AU Teoute S.I I AM0505.ee Mp -->- Srm
    .r Lane
    Ii I AnWk with connection way screened front porch b.uUlul' .Ith Hfm.1 City-Colonialtown sll.000. City- I angea. 18 nan old. oa soar r.w< ..
    3-b.dr.s I : N. 9855. :
    Orange
    JSMi Broker 677
    i breezeway tU. floor Venetian blinds Distance south uaore wf
    Located
    throulhout. Walking $15 000. Unfurnished stock on
    -
    .- .IkC kI Only See this home i'J: UDtdO: i oil lurD'c. attached ear.e .lh. RALEIGH-. Clean home. completely I Suburban-East sa 000. West ;I Lake Apopa For price and t.rw .

    : | ken J. I Phone A. T. "Bust r" C.rpr. i I laundry room day furnished 2 bedrooms front -(7.5OO. Cityt-North (8.9oO All are including estimated 4.. crop 40adbSoAM . .
    I Isfis. '
    e m. Duax- Jamerson and Carter Realtors. 70 lunch bar This I a dream kitchen : screened pOrch. large sleeping porch. worth the price asked V !'I already I see fouls S Dkttv. 0'
    I II c.S
    ...a Z. Central.LAKE I and very rOnY DIDt Nicely landscaped 2 kitchens Can b. made into 2- Steele. Broker Dial 2_ OoZe 4o oti'l' t Broker 7'dw. Washlntok PhioaI AMOP $

    Irk .IPlu. Eu.D.lt location! Up- HOME with I I I good Hope YOU are family house at no cost Lots of I Central Avenue I I I 8412I : LAU PSI4.1It5 V_ .4, .,505 SOt
    everything : Some kM S lOIS teAM Dl has'P
    d_ M k aktf ws.hsu. four completely fur- FONT kraw 4-a
    I not too late down ronl.dHaold flowers good neighborhood near bus i.aiL
    .k1J* r.'w* k aMS sithed. three bedroom ualur- yon dn.ml about at a vrtce 'I, 880 :' I 16R VEIuin. isaigs SMk Mkni b kb sul '
    1. Vollick Darnel Ko!ar. For quick i :
    which will and school 2-car garage modern 6-_ hams : .
    home with income you a big profit : I GUEST HOME-One of Orlando outstanding Dandy BUM Pnv easeS em* 1 iSle Moe P
    ... .. 1. o.y.Dout.O sell. but. when 1: 206 S. Main. 7811. !i I sale (6500 some terms Asher Peter ; homes now being ..dnr.I I I 512.500.ii rash Roper Realty lola ** nf MptM* !IBM4kOu >> I. Os' "

    m tr**. Mve in : RaP Bra. Aiencj, R iltor 112 N. not sen It at any I! i I Realtor corner Central and Main; I used for the first time Choice location Church and Slam: 2-3433. r :n W SMkfk im4" 5- .

    o.. P Brat* Realty Onnce. ATC Phon 5189DCPLZZ price On but line near city limit*. I I 2-0.86. I on beautifully landscaped corner 25 ACRESOFPRooooii--9li. nnlwr Bknt If 0 05. Snw Pals Na Nns) a -e

    ( Ph 2 'UI. Better call me at 9 clock tomorrow I I MILLS ST (hast offlFolt tell us SUNSHINE PARK-Duplex nicely furnished : lot. Easy walking distance to '' kept grove with excellent emk ./ 3 kth. Mnvvnvk kkkksn (k awkm "e.'O 6.

    I I morning Noble Smith. Real Estate I they want lota rom. Here it I each unit 4 rooms and downtown. 6 bedrooms. 3 baths more I: fruit H.ml.lII. pineapples aM calends .50 155 5 O05 S5:::05

    :.i-Oae ttr.eat_, 1 hka. 124 S. Main: 6911 | is Inside the city Lot 150:15 furI bath Electric refrigeration. Matte bedrooms easily available by simple oranges Additional laM all uwi"PSaosrr -4ii isw Ses' saris 54-. 4 5
    CO I nisbed. 2 I Chef fuel oil heater A-l conversion. Clay tile construction. I i Price (27 5OO CevenaaahRealtors -
    I Mama DANA WAT. ISO-Open for Inspee- bedroms. sleplnl prb range houxe 055 1 sas hums AMalae 4144
    PARK Lake tarase close to i 75 ft: frotstate. tasement with oil furnace large .
    front. 2-car 4308I
    One condition tartae
    5-eat .
    Attached tod if lost. by owner LNCAS DtNI : I |' ____ .
    I
    UD ODe bus and location 35 floored attic with cedar storage cllMeu.
    nicer homes built Home and Income (115OO
    -vetekbarknnd h. block off Zest Winter t.UU I CHECK AND SEE if 1 am wrkM I ;enttM enM gjtkirtrity .
    Sa.
    : Pak J when the best of bearing fruit (7500 John Co. 208 S Main With this property goes the adjoInIng I -e 5 *
    r.J "I" (I. I,. Road Price reduced for immediate I'I'' available such malr.l .I monthly payment tres.of (34-the rub terms Sam oix 1 lot 100 x 200 feet Ideal for I I say It ia the beat grove boy Ia the S.c505 Prt Ii. c... and possession New 3 bedroom as .rde 0.1 .a.u SUBCRBANb cement State 90 acres of the ftnent MB wttk rrmm nakM.ll asm5-.
    I building new rental units. 30000. 'so
    .
    floors long cured J apartment take care of this payment -
    Ph I.IUI I 1..1. brick home. Oak floors tJe I Johns-Manvllle cypress siding Harold Vollick with I Screened porch garage Lot. Exclusive: witH Harlow G Frederickwho bearing trees of the I.'rIf-: :: 5.5505 V CkMkr Sltkll i 9oi ICeInSI ,-* S., k aoua *00.-
    lifetime I
    roof This 1 1I to OI j i want m0.1'IT 'i n
    tfiu-a*. White ills tttrh n. Screened porchautomatic : 100x200 (8390 10do..n has pictures of the property and '5 45 5 so 55 "
    IMt. 2
    -story o dr 2 J Daniel 206 S Main. 7811
    .* kwlr dvcnraled tkMt flm.ce. aluminum Tene- I. baths up "l' d =.s down etUI : Immediate possession Kittinger Resltv will be glad to give you full detail. I season was its worst In 36 year hat LAD lAM Ooaess .- ac.aSstl 05* **Sf csS 5l5. -

    ( kgrf kwt With new $ la blindx Caraie with laundry and !. porch 10 :2-car I. 42 W. Concord 26074.SUBORBAN'lbloelt :. Harlow G Frederick 118 N. Orange I I it netted 8 The lucky part In Mr II U see.. 1- .. ' nf t .
    -.t'
    space Lane lot. fully land- I garage MILLER AVE.-Dubsdread Section I Dial will have to act quickly We kta ,. a.50.. '. $55.0 iO,
    4 \r. to bus New 8188 be.riOO S.15P Pseiss Si's a.
    enenaa garage ., I toilet room Nicely .
    C .Il l'UDdr. bedroom furnished house. Hard I I, have excellent burl In oman ,
    HikiMgl (. tot i Hichly restricted rsldentl.1arn. and well shaded M 100 I I bedroom frame house; garage and It s Great To Live In Orlando" some sad Isleotisa p's .t seAM '. Pro55 05'* ,
    rl .I.r. Add. Price 114000. pine Comer lot. 60x100 U- I groves Noble Smith Real Estaa Snn a.
    w, 4 Onrectionan 16.5.i 140 Harlow O Frederick 118 NOrange . florL breereway Lake view Immediate i frItS aol .fA I I. mAM 5aSo.har 'ta
    . "n rash required. Phone 246-R. i I to bus and Itorf. Only ,!I I 124 S Main 6911
    hiahwaf .st Bin Ave. Dial 8188 possession 3750. C. U. Taylor Brok- .... 505 50iJofasua.
    : DOWNTOWN
    '
    I I (4.9jO. Terms Immediate -Zoned for bueiness. ex-
    .. Ck.e Ck_ a'k Pak II "It'* Great To Live In Orlando" A. C. Golden Broker ocup.nu.>. Orlando et 2516 N Orange: 5644 or 2-4377 ceilent paved corner 5 bedrooms. : BEARING GROVES-.e have nrverkl I Ste LAM 1. SoaS."sramhIS50 aI00I *ts Tha .

    I a'.4 (4950 I Ave. near Maitland underpass I I i SOUTHEAST bedroom frame i I Pick it UP low price business value I:I very good groves that com thrawab n.otA 'voe I .s W'. ftkkiSigii Si'. .iBnnfn

    -Close in. East Furnished I I LAKE SECTION Alonely. '. Winter Park Open Sunday. I I I H gh large corner lot overlooking $30 000. Claybaiga Broker MctcaifBld every crisis sti!; making ktoswy We wits phatopJo ha' kin* a- ,p >** .
    .. l fiI rranted a* 4 unit. Extra toed I LNCAT. i lake Unfurnished (4750 Weir System .. invite your Inquiry to bay or sell C roam sect .5.5 4 mr.reem . em. '*' usc n h .

    returns, nice location Owner enable !I .2-ldrom. bUDnlo. Tile NORTHEAST-Late 5-room maD I I 628 E Pine 4641. W. Walters Realtor 672 N Or a nee 120wneea. OOss AMas .. 'HiP' Si... $.,
    .. eharrhea Oarage: (7500 to look after rot. real value at bungalow furnished Bit I) TWO STORY. neat clean large 4- 6509 .
    property lock I .
    xarace fissAM wOO41Dl1
    _. JnhkMk C9 20S 8. Main.rOUXOE $18 2-a (8.500 furnished Oeo. R. KittnedeeA I lot. Paved streets (12.5OO. terms ,,: SOUTHSIDE room concrete block I bedroom twin bed home furnished seem.at.. 'eHi
    000 termi Sam Johnson Co. 203 Son.. Realtors. 2-31"6. Ralph Smith with Root L. : lot 100x217 Price SOOO (3- i' well Good neighborhood paved 1-9FERFtCT-riROm.- tk 001. ideal sot-as peel. loAM rlSHi .

    T 8 Utln C.l Realtor. 668 It. 2- oogn rash tr S Burnett Broker 37i I street Can get bargain quick Get acres full bearina .ood mixed. $11515 ..slt .. ls' 0;. ng505 i-p 0'd -

    417 W. HAZXLOk LAKE modern 4596.I .. O.na I II ,I S Main ph 2-3063 ; busy and see Claybauth. Broker varieties Orange and Lake C.nty .r p AM.tsa AMber Nt. AM1Hi aci50 os. a

    Jun rue EAT SIDE Fairly close In New 2- VEW-Ne.m e overlooking..onI I Metcalt Bldg.WALKING locations Priced less than 11.. 0. tvi tw Mlknxlnv -o
    frame house.
    SUBURBAN 0 room -
    home partly furnished attached ronstnrtd. !! per acre with good term IIn. tea puoay tti y slats o 50.e 55-0 '. t 0,0 su '
    P* k Fa* Skspantok Suadsy 1 to S. You will be delighted SIDE Fairbanks Ave Section. (oOO down DISTANCE Buy forguests
    alenind MkAiy truss bungalowwh plastered tarsus easily converted with the for plan of this home It I ORT 5-room bUII10. 'I' -move in Also 5-room block. with 4 bedroom. glassed pOrch. good trove take care of it and H win .. ., Hid Hi P ,. .Oe S 9 kMk**' lv.ss .
    .r. to third b.drom. Extra lane : has a living room with fireplace I .h.n m'llr.1 were bf.t. with 2 baths take care "YOII Mr TTenee with a.. 310 r' 05 sass Hi04 $ knT kku asi 055-
    2 Home Furnished
    bedrooms.lktk frame rental attached ,, Attractive clean
    .I.. rooms with total Roomy and O.nrr MM ,, ,,. ,.
    sq It dining J P MatIng 145 M Main eSisso'S Sifra us 5 >eis m4MM m
    for.p.r. 2 large bedrooms balance (17 5OO It
    Yt.room wt fire Nicely shaded lot. rom. is leaving the State Will sell coraj income Reasonable cash down s nice section Clarbaugh. S I .- 5.5 ,

    Ida : *,a' alee-.- bet a OI. loan of *7.'0 and can modern porch car port. and. large!rrlnr. j pletely furshed. for (8.500 0. Bet I like rent. Owner. Charlie Uor- Broker. Metcalf_Bldg _ I j'i 33'rnr for Sale posed real a-1.haul.uDl'v''s teem P 0 _I m iMJMMM' *

    C-.e. katatandlnc be boutbt with only rash and tes Phone i i gn S3 W Church STREAMLINED oddly artistic ( .- 1 .
    fro 831.I o. an ia.e.-eee.d so .
    i
    1.80 i The price is and can be well | Sill. 'emssa 'HilsIl tHi' ils a . .
    Kin Real
    $2.70 and to 630. Lot 100 1.5.
    T'n. assume GI O Fred I SUBURBAN See try x Includes kitchen ss5hisr .
    fmnttrac. P1Hi119
    F* . t.D. tm.ncfd. Frederick 118 BARTON LAKE-10-acre Jake 5 5054' .i 'Hi'rot ar,. aci .
    "OpenBukdar Halo. i
    Cl 'Us rick 118 N. Dial 8188 N. Orange Dial 8188. I NORTH EM>-Attractive furnished" 2I |I I equal 1 It for (6000 5-room frame equipment. Clarbaugh Broker. 'I .. (12W M J .- Broker .'ry .. 5550 sI neeDle' 55 flaa 5Hi
    and "It'* Oren To Live In Orlando" bedroom rouse completely furnished tnclud- MetcaU B d* sod sad I. op
    I "It Great To Live Orlando" I prewar tram bungalow I 132 S Mam phone ftSTi ell ha.s S.. dl..wsu
    rrtt 1 I Immediately available A sound value |' Inc floor model radio washing machine i, LOOK THE. OVER Beat this. (17 ;, : aa I.e sosusta' 00sap .1 05sI

    EOCEWATER HEIGHTS-.Lake front.2story ,i.t Don Dud ey. Realtor. 2. large electric refrigerator and | 000. A-l new furniture. frame'' 550 law en NI .
    late al lallit walk to busi- tile residence, fully furnished I LANCASTER PARK-A fine masonry 4 45 1850.. 8i8.NORTEAS gas stove High and dry lot overlooking built 41. Best electric tile kitchenand HIGHWAY FPONTAGE acre kn InS S. Hie'* 5 .
    bungalow well constructed throughout lake and about two blctks I 17-92 and 16 acres on 441. Both HilOPto One
    au .ltrL Ln. 2-story house. Maids Qurn. Nicely I'Dd including clay tile bath Immaculate.! Move In Has just outsie city and bell cnnlaak Piii CMIYe.r. AMed 'Ill 14fstst69 d . ,
    steelcasements store Geo F. s.
    and
    .. from bus grocery 5 'S.
    rot.
    .a l.tY.Mf h\ 'P.n leaped L. . Mos frame everything top location See to appreciate - fronts larae lake st05 AM .
    One
    in 132 8. with tile sills tile T1obdrol Brass Really Co 19 E. C..nlr.1.6VBURBAN Claybaugh. good troves oa #AMMsaDlv: : Jo 4
    ..t. s 1S41 pllo phone 897. bath tile kitchen. Broker. MetcajfBldg I Hale Dean with Bettes InvewtneM momS f. WaAM0.
    parquet bunllo.
    _'e 1 To"1 bt drin lor. -Old Apopka Road Approximately : sad 55 1a1 Pouss IS <5001 o50 (Ma*..
    EAST t. 2 cat eoprud
    rooms screened porches, i floors cedar attis fan rer Itened prcb. Co.. 25 W. Washington Tkw .
    CIOHt = M
    I., 110. Iml mote 5 miles from downtown INCOME AND iiOME-Brsni. I ChirSpa ru 18505 'lb. PIn'S. 4 slsM ,.
    bath
    breeieway. central oil heat and |
    and
    storate
    room 3 Nf.r
    bed 1to. IhoL bu
    E Ssaday.comtzou ." tr ae I and bath I *ka kak kkkiit* .
    bedroom '
    pre-war .construction. 2628 E. Jefferson & room and stores .500 00 good Two I cement block bungalow Tile bath. Prehor AMsuMsa 05'. I w -
    .11 trr mile fmntaae
    roms luU-slz ACRES wire
    frame bungalow with 95 ft on 316 one 00. oea ** M* a v,.
    PARK-2-bedroom modernwkneatow St I All in Bettes Investment Phone new venetlal blinds. enclosed pOrch. Also OPat"l t5rDl' tIJ' f
    excellent i
    Prh. con I highway and three additional lou I on paved road. Jut sooth kf 8.M t50smSe 5., K a iMi a* ,.
    D, : W b.tl and kitchen EAST SIDE-Eight blocks from Or- dition with fruit and s>ixde Price (8000 See Mr. Folsom with (45 3-room garage apartment rented for''I Lake Priced for quick sal*. (WOO S 110OII--- 50 sums 0005505 isOtom 05 5u0 t
    drams. furnaceattached month
    per This
    in i unusual
    Had.o fn ang Are Hollow tile garage ap- this F.tricl.d home section Pricedto Harold Shepherd Realty Co. 20 E. I property J.ne Bros. 235 N. Main: T5M II UtX kMsa ikxlrfclit fhkkt SO Dl.oNa.. I
    tab*. sell iI I can be bought for .SOD down -
    .n. Located on high beautiful a; $1.5. Re-Metl Realtors NORTH SECTION-New. 5 roomy St Phone 5124. i Il13 otIAD4 'read 10 soil stems BHiaB t g
    Washington Ik beartnct
    p.rm.lt | balance 80 ACRES
    I Landacaped monthly
    128 Mr
    I | Klotz
    xr. M lt Apartment has 2 bedrooms Phne 414. rooms. 2 large bedrooms bath The Pitt Brwker IM B Mam Ph MB
    D M950 Francisco. lo I SUBURBAN 2 bedrooms sleepinaI with Stimpson-Staton Metcalf Bldg ore. 5 in garden remainder tk 1705 P.-
    p. : LAKEFRONT : best of oak flooring 2
    HOME 4 screenedporcf.e.1
    I. .ma4_ Central Arcade: 7407COLONIALTOWN floors. Use rom b.rd.o baths living room-18 bedrooms 35. lane, 2 . Attached garage Fruit trees I I pOrch. 6 tots chicken run clone to Phone_ _5159.. __ _ sloping pasture with year rvoM S4 ACM PAIN sea wkBre BMMM sIAM PM.p.' ,_, *
    J I bus school and stores (4 875 with stream 4 bedroom. 1's story hkkseelectricity I 2 hMkra Mutnnte toe knwl>r* ell P''s.soa. .,
    I I A grand buy FIVE ROOM HOUSE -
    Bungalow Crnokia. build Thelma Klncald with dining room. kitchen and br.U.tlom. at (8 9oO will only I and bath
    3 bedroom oak fireplace P. 150.672 N. Orange Ate H Screened I, about one-half cash required Can half cash. Mr. Nnnex with Herman extra lots. Suitable for trauer park phone las kitchen. That stork rkMM I A Clkntkik MJtV es, iso s-AM.. ,
    fn. Ph Prh 2-a.ane. Ray Lennon with I Goodwin Inc Broker. 677 N Orange i or cottages 1237 I* in Osceola County 18 mile from *O.'AM. ,
    2 block 24551. m.lnr nicly *- Joe G Myers Realtor 31st St. 'or.Ant. JE2 SST fc\ s.
    a.. Iboppl ,.
    I 6638.NORTH3. 9855 or 6660.SUBURBANtars.. Orlando Price (11000 with t. 4 Wiss f. "* *
    I landscaped
    lot
    R.DI eentr 2OB'IX t.r. Sam "ohoa ELIZABETH ST.-2 blocks to Prince palm trees. I.utlul lrl and I frame borne on.pproxlm.11'11 CUTE 5-ROOM BUNGALOW: Sammie Francisco Realtor. roam 4 Tilt bath *twrv . 501 kn 3kjh e. ,< di .
    C. ton School. 3 sleepIng rooms frameconstruction ThI a1 nod I' months .141. Hardwood floors larae 7407 SnWMtkL b1..0
    of 3 acres of land Central Arcade trims Site T. IsHi ... .. ra. 5.
    2 fenced-in landscaped lumlhed. mot nearly miles on highway 2-bedroom garage with I.UDdBut.lle ays:em J. K OrlnMn Ave VnvMe Pars ls
    UCCI USIn. I (1000 cash balance: trpsS1bie-by bard real
    le. in condition Best home (3 00 Terms 30-gailon hot 295 ACRES
    city
    yard Large rooms 2 .o I .ae. bu service I water heater circa sting I Ill
    r srfnPI buy In Orlando (20000 Please wi;1 (40 month Wilbur Strickland Broker -, heater With 4000 ft lake frontage near 1------ .
    buy Venetian
    wished nnfamtshed anfurwabed. porches attic ventilating I i Balance : blinds telephone -
    or 185 fn. Pre I com to office full particulars !11i0 th1 bore. 23 W. Church; Ph. 6675 In. Geneva Electricity and phone available P 1-sire .
    tnn.Ho Sam Johnson Co. 208 8 drastically reduced for I paid like flt Price (4500I ,I' paving and sewer 1 bock: to bus. :I .
    Mate SS9SO See this Call Ben Field ..I. and see Mr. Stewart .Itl Harold I Anne Goodwin H GoodI SOUTHEAST section of city Unfurnished 3 blocks new Ff'rtICrffkhooL Nice ; Nice.rolling oak and pine laad.I BOlL AND eMM.L O>sOV .- A MM*

    __ P. Boland Realtor Bldg I Shepherd Realty Co.. 20 Wsshlng- I' win Inc.. Broker 677 rm'l. Orange house. three bedrooms neighborhood Owner leaving, ..crtI I,I Price (20 per acre W. A MtKenney C-- cone 5. ntTC
    CI&AftLAU. 1tElt--room frame Cal.1 I ton St.. Phone 5124. 4950 Cheney Highway: I ly MM MMU"
    N. Oranse: 2-S51. I' 9855. I I dressing room. and bath upstairs. fire._ _19000. 1321 Portland ,I Broker I
    dInt baiIl.w and b.t 3 brm.IH. LANCASTER -One of the nicest NORTH OP bedI I'I Livingroora dinlngroom sewtniroom 2 BEDROOM' -furnished-- 2-7144 clIme type 3 krrk* krk hi kMatnWbeartn
    SIDE PAK LAKE IV
    a.reiM4 treat -At pre-war price 2 J ANHOE2 I HOUSE cr passe tr*** 1 krfn e05
    VoluiGlad. Dnb I --. 5-room frame i kitchen and service porch 15 to East
    i No
    IS ran* tree*, . only (4750 bedroom frame blnlilo. garage i,I rooms sleeping prrh. rom. kitchen equipped Will pay (1009 I: TRACT on route sad ealtivM reMy tk M .
    sad worth U. .Act P. ,. J. p.Sffstt.aBroksr. large tot oak a.de srb, bUDnlo. Central hetnl. oak ? screened porches fan, ten.han I't I downstairs House in good condition rash (40 per month Write p. O Box Coast for only (245 Eicel'ent track >M Isd trw.
    Ilr. solar water garage and ready for immediate occupancy lend McKelvey Realty No. S Cen1 :dIe" -
    145 H bet some tf. : shades price reduced to ( :I 93 or Ph 22010. kki* 2 frofttru. '
    1.11 $0. Mime roof Steel casement for 'Priced to selL Shown by appoint Arcade laes as
    S4.500 Mr. Stone with MD l quick sale Broker. $ 1, WE al .tlon Tool .
    Hamptl THOUGHT lisa .
    Dm 2 bedrooms and .Indo. Tile window 2 screened : Walter C. Bass. Registered we had sold an the
    UI-PARI Bailey. Realtor. 3 E. Church. I' porches .11. I N Orange 501. ,I ment. I, bargains but believe it or notneres 2500 ACRES solid block just oft nh- electnrltn..
    Lifeline Offered
    Large at
    room Phone unfurnished -' Broker 217 S. Orange Ave
    pb. 4767 114.0 :: Leased for oil .
    Furniture NORTH-Paved. Tel 'me where to I another lovely bungalow completely way (350 per acre sad storm .. Olklkkii OrlnMjk

    any .." 8P Prb garage. Real- EAST SIDE-Modern home. 6 yean Investment Co 25 Bettes Et beat this. Its efs. lrml. I i i SUBURBAN-About 1 mile from city furnished 5 room and sleeping Sirtpplm with M J Moes Broker but service M dnor Pure SlkMBI

    1 .X.ll 1: L pd. eld On bus line Furnished or Un.furnished. Phone 8 W..b1t j rooms clfD good screened 1|I limits overlooking large lake. 2bedI porch garage paved street. SaOO 132 S Main phone 6977 I' Exclualve with kJcUwn-nnmiky tiSL'ton.

    Co l_. 2- M.t offer to owner 2408 1.LKONT front na porch with I.undr. i I room frame bungalow completely with terms Hurry Noble Smith. IS W Wiihtnink Bt PnnikS C.

    Kilgore. MEXICAN style ho. : : water r. work i i fvrntehed Electric refrigerator gas Real Estate 24 S. Mam 6911. 54. Lots for Sale I 5166. ,,, ,
    CLOCK Perfect eon- lovely Merritt 4 shop double garage, shade (7-500 I 1 I I range city water. oak floors 2 2

    J.Ap .D.WrB..Id.l, let 10mI.. \ FOREST.*3 Fuel bedrooms HILLS-Masonry Pcbr.construction I.uldr.OrD' -. .bedrooms eatures ;tbrehout two lovely tile bth.for Nice h I First baugh.binder Realtor takes Metraif It tbr dg: Clay-5613. I i! State screened A porches.chance for Owner some one leavingi to : A and MCE McKenney stores 50 FT.Both. LOTS for only Near o50 bus line W BEVERLY bard to SHORES find but-Larse we till Iota have arc .' gsrage ACRBS 7 rknoa rttrn* kM .. I := : .:: .

    Crawford with Robt. ktbeD. Realtor; living Oak rm in unique nlpl.c. I NORTHWEST SECTION (2000 down I I get a home rtrht now. Asking ( 830 Highway Pb 7559.FASTIDIUSjiOME Broker. 4930 Cheney a few choice one to offer you at k term : B, .t- ilioIHis S los ms "
    114.0 'Irl. rest of house .
    wnU terraces with reasonable terms. Open to proposition AM
    S6S H Orange. 5-his
    t Fryne Investment
    . lake will buy new bedroom block I reasonable price Walter W. Rosa Femdale Fla -
    to
    Cypress dock shade I for quick action Frank LOVERS-If its N ..
    tP home. Wood floors Large tot. Co. 49 Orange Ave. Or '
    14)91.E HARMON AVE.. 2028-Winter Pak I For appointment call Lrr.lnl Hoff- j Price (6400 Mr Smith with Henry Total 'I Moore. B-cker 9720 something different no compar win Manor office 3356 N. Orsase Ave PRIVATE LAKK-M kerka ._ |0 Y!
    ' Furnished 5-room frame ,. nan with Cl de Mdt.nZe; w. I : bon tor price with spacious living acre lake <. *knc
    room* *nd two I Burch Broker 12 S Main: 2-1090. SOUTH SECTION-Four rooms andbath I CLUB r.z.
    Central: DUBSDREAU COUNTRY sec rs.4
    paved 1'
    .. il"-w. b.U. with tarage 2 large bedrooms By 2-5. of fruit chicken rooms. 3 bedrooms. lavish tiled baths alSo a517a
    4 ( Te. owner LAKE DAVIS SECTION bedroom j NORTMVEST-New frame buDiI" plenty and kitchen double garage laundry tion. Large tots tow as $495. easy wood Lake nhat hk* AMa Msonvnd eis-sg
    and Price (4.-
    house bus stores.
    u aJ91 I with 2 bedrooms. tile near distinctive terms Pay monthly Have 10p.1d and Uodkcktwd AMAMTDl
    HOSPITAL SECTION Here la frame living nice for& setting see Claybauth. PHi nnrt kkkkt 4
    a dining 600. term W. K. Price. Real Estate
    C I PARK -Ctoa. U Eds pleasant and substantial two story, I room big n.rm.bath fvrnihed I'I' screens city ..te and 01: 246 S. Orange Ave. Realtor appo'ntment exclusive Met- I I for when building material become acre n( ynw CM ma nn4 xhsi 'I.AM .
    .atre Iflfety tarnished 5Mnkl four bedroom house that sill serve Valuable F lane tot lust outside of city limits. I ealf Bid*.. 5fil3 u.U.ble. Property In this high class fratt. C.iiMTikli Mkt tMk,v 5g "
    N. D I A bargain at P. : SCMMERLIN ST. S. Section-2-bed- section is bound to Increase rapidlyin
    h. klataen-IB porchrMWvnlenm overlooking lake I 'BC'Y big aakm AMP ] .JJZ
    a large family nicely or as a Included in 15. C Shum11.I contervative rksnk *? 4 _
    u n p1. Prre 140 N. room bungalow Partly furnished 515.75010w value Buy today ahead of this
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    nubM as third bedroom.lesT i RPltor. perU fkrniaSM AttractIve
    term. Jones
    convalescent in with dollar I iat* {.
    Bartow or 10m. rOD,1.5. Price (6500 C. C. GarlrttJ. Realtor. !, : new furnij j I lccre* e. We have some beautiful
    arae (10000 I'cei.fiS permanent a. 51arn.a
    PTPMrt3tt .UM. with Orange i Mos Broker 132 S. Main phone I NORTHEAST Modern bungalow tare lovely laan- a- -
    IItl1 .cln 2-1747 I large lots right oa the golf coarse (12MO Dr
    US K Oraag : i I Pal
    four bedroom 69.7. cement brick. Metal nice esuoiagTiuifrUt& .
    .nk casement wln1 dry lawn Good buy 'AMi.II00T
    Ue I Claybaugh.Reailor.3ietcsf -
    Bde tee Water & and bn available
    I gas *
    SMItH. S ( Tk a. .k4oj; IDS. rom 26x17 18 CAT PAR I room moil I, dows. tile sills, asphalt tile floors 2 : SUBURBAN 2-bedroom home.completely On paved furnished street Bid;. !I Paved CarrUan ft Boland Owner $15051 .-. : :
    u extra sued attractive living : lieS
    Mi room. sties loll Okd ,
    iacben pantr er bunlo.. 3 broml I TRIPLEX 2 rentable unLt"j Carrizan B-dg. 672 N. GraDed 2- .
    b- school and bua Cannotbe
    -* ryhknak sad a service il nook Roof Is insulated near stores nnMalnw
    brtUn\ Menr m. P-AM
    prh sun porch Ugntu .
    "c-L a parquet .
    home (21-50 4351 2 2534 .
    rom tP 2 small farms : I'IIJIC" di'.ct
    ton duplicated It price of (5100 terms.KIIIIJ with
    1M aaaauk 1 bd- I hits trad .ld mtnr moot attractive lane living L.te near new Oregon School. this 'sad made a lit kf gkkkw 555-05.00505
    KIan ,. Urea Undarakedt A . 00 Can J California b.tb .. rom 16. (3800 cash. Huckel-O Real Estate 30 E. Church. partially finIshed houses Some term iDGEW TER-HJIGHTS 2- _Ita. Stoni _... M B Stnkk nnM Mil 550150 __ I.e '
    I na lie Ynnl.1 blinds 'N.I. 8435 "' Sunday" Mr Told with Hinton. Realtor 150 147-foot frontage ReantkrfDnve
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    ** ake sad r. Fred R with OBarra-Moors. 2- 1 beautiful ; : 118 E Robinson; dial 2
    Part. A real E. Fine. : !JE'_Robinson 7633 close to Lake Adair A dettrakie oeoo a-_ I. )

    & ._ H. KJHrn *. H.INDIAN 0 RIVER CTTT and U. 8. LOne j I Church with St.;t=I: .Broken ou:I NORTH buUPf1a SECTION 3-bedroom.- Attractive 1'fc, well i SOUTH SIDE-Near Orange Memorial I, NEW BEDROOM-HOUSE; large lot: buIldIng spot Ik ese .f Orlakdna. :>.vetoed es.,kneehnkai .'Mkm Lkne. er

    I.smse -'I"nUI _ _ b.U Hospital 5 room frame bungalow electricity water near school bus. beat residential area Paved (ttwM
    ktllk kf
    Cheney Hub- tiptop condition. Large : oaths PV,,t. lMksanLJ
    LAKE ntrhwa
    I .e LCCERNE We have 101. : .j.j:4oe
    received a All aueuments 14. Us the entire
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    t nkrkani war. hallow I sue and fruIt corner lot: M xlSO : nice ahade Baa store Not quite finished tastde lent
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    .fmrulob.4 far sad W nlL. Ln. | tiling en ane St the finest I tree*. $ ae arb I i t* be _II4t be appreciated; price Move In finish yourself and aave tot far year own hmne nr balld nn 5:10I5j7em -n. 0 Hi
    ..e. e )1 l. I MI thi beautiful lake Income 2-a .ule.A .one*. (233V cash half aM sell half (JO per tress font g
    .,j H Isa. SI.- rkkta 1! I laundry. Good II :50 00. Cal for Paul Hardnan or terms t* reaponaible .
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    w, h. flkorg .U MOO per year and Itototal .D.. with Martie William Realtor 21West party George It... ver Makcel Lawrence. ewnvr. CaU 4IB1I
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    1 Ca. I t rMe. targe los *00 by 100 (II.Otto. .nt 1* .baadi than 10lis Owner list .t. .1. at Ws.shingwsIt.. Phone S10. 1401 W Wsktotkk I! dnriat biatna hkkr. sAilluari 'AMI
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    .. I- t hkv. key and rty bvaiklery Seal ib11i.ii3TirCT1OBLaO4.iframe SOW Fay SUM. ****. rukt Ia. ante wkhr (44M Tea n Hk. Uxto lursain IcOl "... Oe., 0..0... ,1.I u.., a t4a' "
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    L11I 4, ., . *njar *rk prank 'Z-'M._ . C*.",' Pived.t ..0....**.r ': W MM cask MM Brand new ?-S.it.a> fewFm eopden' .1.t 4'.'eat'pr..e. .. (7'ISO = ..: :

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    (Cent from Pmedlnj hId !t !! ftu1titnODP6FtII14ItIPs_ <1.. _Bank Loan*-5trYltf'1 .1 I **_ Help| Wanted-Male_ I 11 Ant Servlrt_ I 15. ffd Can for_S.Je E-1.'ttOO fraUMf.ORLANDo. .. I 5:9_ : .1.-,- -

    OARAOE-Welduil. (...'.1 FIRST !NATIONAL: BANK InitalJ. WTkTiTL .1.t
    repair TOCNO MAN-Local resident with MOTORS t WHAT
    S7.l. I AtOO& sn Iw" 7OD-Me4e-l l A. a Yen 1
    Brach Property shop. and ats sta'loa. 'h..tIIIO Lent loan department makes personal offset printtnt experience. A: department let.II. s.. at Ul 0. FLORIDA
    jam touhviy. 82.000 loans auto loans finances I Full .' Hrl. 11 1 Mr OTBI

    COCOA BEACH U Orlando. Waeh I PII.,* 47JOrNERAL auto. maket appliance I loan, home, ence. p n..n.1 B&larorm.loll-nperl__ ''eo. D Mr. Paiacpher.! !, or business Improvement loans. i S-St.r. i tc. 2. .
    tho FHA .
    only realtor nORE trtl. 2-315 I t. 1498 E Amelia Ave. - --- -- I' ra ,.!- v :tn
    ov.r ther. hit lot aid hog** fa.vortbiy -Well established loans. GI loans on a pita desKned : RELIABLE MAN between 25 and I'II .
    btulaess IB r)" r1M1
    .4 located and mionatiy .riPUAXANT *- meats, ... oo4 wine.loratloo.flry toods Groceries., hard'. to save you money. 4th floor. Elevator 1 33 willing to travel 8.1..1 service ! 73-1. Auto Part-Ateeone PRl.2dlr painted sedan Newly and me-ap :&. Trailen-TrurkJ for Sale 1Ml *et.o 4.DMr .
    I aervice. Air conditioned. Open representative for r .
    ware. price (13.500. rhanically food See and you"I ClmioKl .. .. WMM
    ; Ask for C-2M. ,. 9-4 except S.turd.12.. : meat and supplies. Must be mechanically I .-Vlil
    THREE kedroom ,.. . HrId V. Condtct. Realtor 37 *. 2-8941 for foE REPA BOW appieciate the barsam at (493 StarlineAlexander .I I|1 1042 man -. -
    d. Can PART
    td IWIM wtthlo fl.. hBBdrrd ta.t Central. (137.GROCERYSUNDRY. 1 terview. t.cla m, .I.bl1 of Motors. 501 N. Oran ItM VwM 4-Ooor
    e( -.. Cocva Beach; 87JOO. A I INSTALLMENT LOANS cost you kss auto. Prance A Sou. m.k w. e Ave. 7878I OMC TRACTOR-IM4 and Free .
    ibu.aad d.wn a ad balance IMS tII.. : at First National Bank. Compare I I Church phone 8811. I FORD-. i door sedan. tauf trailer. 231 W. Church S'reel: ALL TWESE ARE GOOD CAM I Wllr--.1
    rnL hlal,.,. ".Ite,. Cocoa Just beyomOiotsia p! these costs. When the loan Is for 66. Sales Help Wanted t; .
    ftf Cily harts si sen, busy corn.r. i II 8 [ taint Central Fore. Motors. AT COMPETmVK PKICUMOttlCLKAf
    If D.Si. 100. you set S 91-Payments S 8 34 I I
    ".000 now' '!. AntOT- i I JeLferson Si JPhone .
    per moMh
    8 150. you set 139-Payment* 12.50 I AGENTS and distributors to sell r.ien.Wanted

    Kf al Eatate Wanted Naw macn more in Winter. Oood I lease j i I. 200. you *et 1445-Psyments 18 n hsndloomed ruts. Size 24X48 \s I tR'3ideluI coupe .tk-la, HOUSE TRAILER 1M 29 tt Or*: f CAM
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    here I* the 1'., Off. With I Ithe 300. you set 279-Payment* 25 00 sorted colors and patterns. $1 33. AUTOS WANTED-Any makeany I I ) I tile brakes. 8 pit Urn already r Att"Y MAKE

    ACS CAGE. OROVH. sal* of the business toet lease '! S 400 you set 372-Paymehta 33 34 Samples COD Associated Sales. mOdtl More cash quicker Wjijul I 1'M.or coils locked rta end and financed! 23 GatUn Ave._ DESPERATELY w.-

    kaiineu Drp.r$,. AO HOCSU..11.. C.U and at in.very''.low,t. 17.75000 rental err bun a home Business across S 500. you let 415-Pa1m.nl. 41 67 I Box_389. N.zrtill. 1.. ) 7S1 I Mill: 2-2174 ._ otlpr special I Iwpmtnt Motor just i HOUSE TRAILER FOR RENT-Fart- I

    .i it 'CHI ...t to MU cirfle Me- I stock, figures and Iea. on both I f I 1000. you set Uo-P.ym..nll 8334 I AGENTS-Se-U olutnlnjeon'.blt AUTOS WANTED-Win pay highest completely! rtbul_ 24 Jackson j j IT 'IInl1al.. stationery. bed. ta-: 751 N. MILLS R.I MOCUL

    K.Br:., Broker, 104 W. Central; i I proomiei HtrlAw o. Fredrick. Real Above monthly payments 12 months.Payment I Swiss cLol price for your ear. Ollns Ine,' FORD.-1930 Tudor ttf.to Eirellentcondition title gas Inquire Orange Blesses I PHONE .
    2.4'16. I| IMtu. 111 n. Orinn. Dial 1188. for IS montha are smaller. I sion bracelet Included for 12. Send j I l4- Oaad: 2-t3t or 243 N. ,' 19 Hurlcr W.d.1 Trailer Park. 1 2174 J TEA
    iE AiR.s "id I Plaures Include life insurance to pay ,i for Information and sample at 84.I sore 2-114 i wxrth Ou. .: Ph S97 ______
    'r..041.114 iI il !
    loan In
    case of death. The First C.O D. Sensational value. Immediate I i HOUSE TRAItER- XlO. Sleep 2 .- -
    vitb 4-7 arr Itkt tntlde property GROCERY I National Bank at Orlando. 4h floor. I reorder BUICK WANTED The I later and I FORD- 33. A real bn-V- But .
    STORE AND MARKET in I Money-back guarantee. *n s-stem. Good Um Good I .

    .without of Orlando.taUdmt. 1 L*.nf a thai. aU At ci*mllaart .., trosset thickly bout settled aerUoa of town that RnsemsnImports._ 408 W. 14th. N.Y. or Cleaner Pontiae.the Stivers better Pontiae Might buy 62 OMt W. II i iColonial. I I nln-s Ellr.. .o.1.1.209 Hillside St.-. c-nditton. ''.. Winter Park. 618._ LOANS LOAMS : : K and W MOTORS

    nuhwar or IH tll.. | mU t north b* boutht chesp.'Oe per Oeo week can !| 62. Loans Up to $300 I BOYS-Over 15.tl"me! j I i; davs 1312 Srookhaven Dr I, INTERNATIONAL 194] S-10 des I ua
    P Urses .
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    plates for | 5eN08D _
    .f A""k. Wrti _
    1. .
    301 1-St.,. Fully track. low nuiea and
    g .lty Co. 19 E. Central, Ph. 2-315; I'I 1 FORD 194T Cllb e good condition
    ACRES. ._ kmiaest*.--and I : AUTO. Furniture. Diamond loans- Ward. Box 308 8-ra. CARS WANTED-Any mike or modeL i iI equipped dr.n coup 100 See at COIOKal Motors. 1338 J j

    i rates R.TT* altiM c nrtne I I Economy Finance Company. J. F. i! MAN with own car to develop dry i,I I need 50 to 100 cars e.rl Tftur| mUt Can S. Ew.1 Colonial_Drive. 2-83S3._ Borrow By CO* ft.I_ .. _
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    1- 3fl | Orangey dt.l 3-2471. I I I -Commerclal. Solid brick. 40 BuriT Manatee. 1006 Metcalf Build- cleaning route. Apply 632 4.I i i ii day. Ben prices are paid. your 101 W, Central 5296
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    I ktreowi. 24 bithlUrl 'lobby I au.' Phone 20339. i i Hiuhey. car Thursday to Holiy-Robvm i JEEP-American Bataaa 1942. A-l
    ACREAGE_. Cr.. I I J i I' _ _ _ i FORD 1942. 2-door sedan Super I
    s. ButlneM also store and atoraie room. | I Motor Auction. 2120 8 Orana Bios-l ) motor with plci-ap body Pint
    Properir.Sto:: as p nst i ito : Corner location la the heart of the i CASH LOANs uickly made on furniture ., REAL TAT SALESMAN-We need I' corn Trail Ph 7349 forparticulars, | DeLoxe. Clean and ready to to. $600 taces .1. G Vit;. 348 IbnaMlai CALL US-THEM II'I'OP I
    ra *an.ar.d Itat : :o..ri. I i I i bualnea district of on* of Central autos and diamonds. Or- a Ikellsd .lrm.1 to round out Jim JernUaa Used C'r. 600 West i Ave Clermont.P'a Of TIm SAME HOUR f M $

    : tI..2.r17r. *..itoi. IT Kaat iiO&s'IIO I Florida best towns Also on Xfam Undo' own Rome Finance Co.. 314 i i our sale organization Confidential II I FILLEY MOTORS INC. will buy. en i iI Central WODEL-A=Pck THE CASIII!
    I ; eN to _
    C. a. Hl-wari. Price furnished 856.- MetcaifB Of. Dial 2.0304 I,I interview between 10 a m and 3 P m I I I or trade your car for tbe high FORD station waton. Good -U track and 14

    ', ??2' and 'sn "* handled with only i ii LO"'SSMADtfrom110tO -9300: '!I I Mon or Tu *. Rob't L. Pryd*96R'.1!, dollar. See u at 200 W. Central or i 13. $. 1537 W : ton Model A trace. 1831 Edsewater Tea Oet !
    8mlt Dr HH. I cuD aotckiy aa MBT -
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    Phone 541H.
    810 000 cash. tot 668 N Orange dial -
    DftasU- i I Harlow O. Predrtck. I strict privacy; fast service. Family Jackaons Grocery Phone ttom. Asia rurmKaiw. Oal i
    tour ,rop.n. with ...Mlw. 11..1 sit*. 1U Orinie AWl. Dial j Finance &,".. Inc 32 W. Central''!I ET..n-SALSMi: ni HOUSE TRAILER W.\"lD. lane. I FORD 1939-2-Tone-conver ble" PRAIRIE SCHOONER-1942, Zr'. J or ssl I

    K.t.Mrs Cbia.% ..Ull... Jae'l| 8188 i Ave. Phon.9&37 I i ;,;, and car. T.I.phoe WIDtr Park. i New upholstery food 101. Priced room electric brakes. IQ'xir I 8V1I'fOa. I Ii

    (!.M> ____ _ QUICK CASH LOANS i firm can use two send experienced |,, 2-2313 for quick .._. 1023 Ave. screened porch. Must sell. Owner
    HOME WeuTeq-ipped ; not and auto loans. -FIlrn1ture.1 I 55 COinCO. Box 328_5-5tr. j PACKARD WANTED leaving State. Palms Taller Park. :
    AND anORE- : 1910r FORD-1946. Super deluxe-tld r' GFC LOAN COMPANY
    JlOrlllU WAJItTn. ... -1 I I Cleta atock. tood buildings. 1 ice. Family Loan Co. 501 Florida REAL ESTATE 8.4.LESMAN-Ws need !;, clipper. In perfect Beautiful black finis inaailed RICHARDSON. -S montta oth ANYQfftATTENT.OWI
    .. for 1. ) and .-.rtre.. ,.1.1 v1.1. Doubl corner. 81000 Bank Bide., R. W. CaHis. manaaer. I! a licensed salesman to round out j phone 2-1 radio and .ctor. Like new 3 room a com*. butane .
    IIem1ft ., Vwatlans weekly ... Phor.* 21441.MODERN i. sales Confidential electric braces Reduced MM. A. n lam _I
    | ra U w BfcirhoiaoB. 115.000. >, cash. Klllan I our or.nI7.tln | SELL OR TRADE us your ear. Or- trade or sell for 11750. 1015 Hat-
    *altor. 1.1111. u. with_Howard. 3CS N. Halo: 3325.1I1OHWAY17.5frontaj Interviews . and 3 Pi ante Buick Co.. H. Dean 530 wood. Dial 2-11/ Megahan. The Little Village. 8. Oran I
    Mat* 8k ,'' LOAN SERVICE, today. Rob't Pryde Realtor; 668 : R e Bios-iom Trail.SCi'ERIOR28 .
    one 1 ; N. Orange Ave. '
    ,r8 I i 2-45911. Pone 5410 attr f I FORD- 3(5( 4-door sedan: ezceptiooa - : f
    rom and .Or.ai.; ,] pm. call 4645. j It., :30 .t7 PMrlste.
    4 baths. Also 3 room I _ _ 1 condition throughout.
    HOME WAITED CuTtomer ..IUn. .aalw. Reasonable. 3 miles south j of Florida's oldest and most tzprrienced j SALESMEN-Nylon hosiery direct 1 I In i 1 TRUCK WATl or 2'-toa >I.Ul Motors. Ill N. Mills. 2-2174.Wknl Good condition. also. 18 ft. Homer II

    . for peed -. a-batn hone la or_$a nford.Raj8bowTqunslLod? j consumers clubs i ii I . condition Ph. HUDSON UI- ood-condition'Practicaily and 14 ft. Palac cheap. WOoer
    Ste. ttetioa ROM Ksr AB-trtoB. 1 1rgk i HOT BOO AND I small iota and financecompsni.s. i full or part tuneGood : Lux. on Lake Suzanne. Trailer e.l,. 33rd Grand Blossom I COLONIAL
    j jI HAMBURGER MOTORS
    trailer. | 1 D new Urea radio
    ! .r._275 It OtaM; H3. I rPad *. sions. Delaware HOSI.1 Mills. Jamajo. 'd Trail Au for Mr. R"l'OI1t. AcI1 .
    : operate. Price to elL I t973 4357
    Private office Confldeftj j j Mlddletown. Del. C.1
    HOME WAKTtD Itaarto !I Winter Park. 818 SThtiE3AKER'4lPicksp ii
    I \ BADLY IN NEED of 1946 and 1947 .ton
    I j HUDSON 6. 1939 tudor sedan I E.
    ., ., | SHOE SALESMAN WANTED-Larte food. ondttlea. 129 COLOBUL ttlVSCHEVHOLET
    Haaesnere a. aid ... ..' HABERDASHERY 'I tial service. ,. 1 automobiles older cars. Harley { Best oner ukn .L.
    No I
    -Honest dI. Terms
    and ambitious to suit .nl (465 E.MiUerAve. I .
    regional wholesaler has opening inFlorida 41 ,513 Virginia' Dr.
    Phon* orll wir* T . buns I Wadsworth. K. Orange Ave.. __
    I Keillor, 2''t'.. ..tri' f Arcadeli partner In solos man.business.Wanted 816.000 aa your Income. Acceptance Corporation territory for shoe salesman. ;i phone 8397 j I LINCOLN-iiPRY -1940 coupe. See STREAMLITE-House TRAILBR"Reasonable I I
    I | Desires with retail or .t Street or .U 2- :
    i ___ ._ lesulrtd' t* .* into new itock. Information shoe experience m.1 under 41 tbole.&e years > GET TOP CASH PRIC for your car 8J El.o ; excellent t. diuooi 1931 2-do. CLOSING OCT.
    OCffX WAKTED W haf* prtMpwt* !; In office only. Courtney of Florida. Home office at 430 N. i iOrante aceEstathished territory. Ones of- regardless of I' model. Coed 05J 863 N Orange 3-2488 from 9 to >
    ) |*r modern I .ad S-s.. homes Realty. 392 N. Orante. i ; Car Exchange219 W. Washington LINCOLN ZEPHYR 1941 coupe j I

    i It ,*.r kaa* l* for sa;. caD AUeaJhna. IRON WORKS-Makes iron trill I Avenue in Orlando. Phone j feed. largely excellent atap'e"le.1 for commixstoni. earn-- ,j 1 St. Phone 2-2882. I Ij Radio heater and accessories isso. ,\ I fOlIO 1594 0 door q
    See Gus North. Box
    Rcaltar 14& .. Ors&is: ornaments etc. Well '4111"I in,.. In reply live business service j j D. VARNER hoc wants to buy your across from El Rt 44.. 218 TRAILER HOMESSee Ii FORD 1909
    1 41J. "ciallOn. la Home*." Could I add paint and body 7138. Offices at Coco. Winter Personnel auto I Pall. j erou.doGr"
    shop. Good school records and references. or track and win pay top Emu: .
    USTISOt WAI TrtHoiea.. croTea.rentals. location. 87.000. O. C. Stewart. Real- I| H.-// Director, P. O. Box 1474. i prices immediately. D. Varner Inc.. I UNCL" ZEPHYR-1939 4-door se- our trailer beforea bwy..
    Lt tor. O Neal Arcade. yen and St. Cloud. Same service! good buy. Central Florida Three ovof:
    vi II." rev tell 'OIIr'IIN"rt 8788. ; I Richmond. _Va._ __. ; Studebaker Sales and Service. 234 sixes 21' 24V. 27V Bottle I I
    !. Hall: Bros. A..ncr. 112 M.Or KILLARNEY FISHINa'CAMP-Boali WOMEN- Spare Time-Sell dressea. W CentralAve.Phone 23153. ;Motors. 100 W. Jefferson St. Phone (as stoves electric' refrtterstan POI IM 2 door edaa '

    *-**. dial 5155.L motors cabins etc. Best location NEED S10O QUICKLY Get it here j I lingerie. ho.t ry. Guaranteed. High SPOT CASH PAforyouy ase-Ocar.i : Extra Marvel refrigerator. Young s

    UatlNOS WA.'nCU..14I watt1M oa Lake Apopka. P. O. Box 92. BUI- on your own security Florida i' commission. Free outfit. P. O. Box I IOrando See J. C. )rKtna. Your Packard ;; MERCURY-1941 club coupe immaj Trailer Sales: Orange Blossom Trail PACE-ABO tilt cash ,StMXS!
    larney. Pla.LAUNDRVSELP. Credit. 21 W Pine. 1st culate condition thronzhout Radio tt Amelia Ave. Ptione 2-9.3S. c.i
    stairway
    E. P. .artan. Ualtor. 32 LI I IptM 1649 I Dealer 342 Oman Av Phone j ,
    'P I II
    It Pbo* M1.. Ca" -f r'o'.l Triem. i _ 5147. . and many extras of-
    ..___ SERVICE-NOW net- I W A TE A good reliable man to i | .Dtllwn Chnator Place 8..a PLTMOOTH 1M1 2 door MtftMTUUtAPLAUK t
    aarLoi WAK7TD W* hat. fh. hog the owner 8800 00 per month. 63. Mortgage Loans II i t.tom'r with RiwleillsProducti GET CA V 5 MINUTES Any 2-11. j ATTIC
    k.rrt If 7. bat tk. ropftr. Bay land building and eaulpment for I){ Orlando and StarUnz-AIexander! MOTOR. CYCLX. 1937 Harley-Davidson TRAILER-New and used Aracncaai I SiN S FANSWATCT
    824 000 00 Some I 01 mode 61". 1275. Mabette St.. Kl*. i New Premier. 114 Acceasorwa. tarn .
    tail A T Carter. 1$11; Jamtraon terms. Please come i i HOME LOANS-To build purchase several nearby lo.ltlr. Write Raw- Motors 901 I. Ave. Phoo 2
    to offico for d lIlIs. Exclusive j Ilmm.e.'lRRY. Co:rmaa and Pro-Way tcov part
    Carter. : Mam _and CeatraL with refinance and repair Prompt service. Itlah'l Dept. 180-12. Memphil.Tenn 71.8 ___ I
    Bettes Investment Co. 25 W. 1 Dollies awnings bottle tao ewttpment. -
    1940 convertible. Newi f
    ; -
    toe W..blAi i I. Reduced cost* Complete planaervic i BUSINESS 1 Is GOOD -'Can are etc. Ankiey Trailer Sale*. H.Oranae H.U'
    SALtS USTINO WANTED- Homes, i available. Including plans. NATIONALLY KNOWN m.nllr.ctunr i higher than ever before. Cash i enune. new tires. Excellent me- Blossom Trail on U.s. 17-B2. fI e. Elsie
    .*_ farwi* and M. Too mar I MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY specification and house model Winter selling direct to businesses wants immediately any make at Martini rhanical cond ion Can be seen at 92t I aft aatf *tf

    4 o m *,r *ipnene for eorrwt On of Orlando best market Park Federal Savin* & Lean associate sales: azent Ivies m Orlando Used Cars. 1H1 : Main. 8409. 754 Wilkinson Dr phone 22561i pod meciaBBicairjr.j j AtOBALEISCdfT

    ....... of ..11... .. .& o U r mart 92.V.000 00 cross sale last year. Amn.. 224 Park Ave.. Winter Park. trade area for fii tune work. | I 'i MERCURY-1941 Club coupe Very t TRAILER-1941. 23 ft. awnirw Silks a

    ... loo* intfeau o 55 **ltln. power. UM to suit buyer. 830.000.00. E.- LOAN OF 85000 wanted on an tm Good .amDr to . established clean UPTHPAmfoO cia. 1129) Hamlet after. See Thompson. HoosIer Park.

    MrVol-HalT, ....; II W. j jfoWfoT ttasl*. with ayd McKentle. Broker, I t proved property. Payable mont.h. !i accounts wfilth repeat over and over. ,I 904 North Avenue. Phone i I 81. !:% Or.n. Ph 8397 W.d.1or I 22nd St. Orange-Blossom Trail. j Priced from SM to ... I
    104W.Central 24175.PACiuO&STOii Or.DI =
    :
    Ws.MsI. 1" 8* interest. Ph. 2-7801. : Must hue high school education and 2-4S21 brand new Royal TRAILER 1943 P1! ltlb: i1 condition
    -Bar. restaarant. allto. Should have sales and office ORcC-o entire 25' sleeps 4. Large awniac.Wslker. | See ttwoa bate. iraa tay.
    IrOMI kite he.. hems I npen.ace. R.ply by in own I I FRANK really knows how to aOL Carolina Moon Trailer Park. I I
    WAITTKO or lonrM i I IOowM apartment. All Ju.ly LOANS on aU types of property Ion ,j I.ttf I get hUb: h dollar for your car Price slashed blow cost to II
    Mulppd > handwriting stating family Lot 30WILLYS
    MoM*>*ki* ... Contact and furnished. Lan park- age. 101 W. Central. I SSMS sis neiSM
    tew Terms R. S. _
    or abort terms: rate: Immediate or equity. Cash in five minutes.
    J0rrMMorr. all. ..., 't. ins limits lot. 400 ft. tromait oa main huh-i service. Harlow G. Fedrck 118 I i I status,..duc.ton. health In determining and other, I I give 'em away* Give us a chance WhY!j S29t 41-Pickup truck In good | TRADE AMD raUUsCali

    ;it .i lWI "rb0 rrosDerous IOUBI business. > N. Orange Av*. Phone 201 N Oranxe Blossom TraiL i condition Will sell ot trad for
    way, abort distance from Orlando .1i I I your qualifications. Write giving ad- 7883DON'T I MOTORCC- 40 Harley-Davtd- i 109 'in r.--
    city car 33rd St at Vineaad! Rd.
    want otnwr I 3 fecdroeai bone. 1 I ) chrome. (550. CaU
    Prlc 819.500. and Box 296 SELL for less than wilt I
    en.
    Including 82.000 u dr. pion. aumbr. I we "
    Se*. r.*. a.MrOf lianor lock. Attractive terms to re- pay all you can for your old 2-3034. Seeat 3rd housesouth of S200 DOWN wlirbuy a house trailer PHONE 24359 CtUTXSSINKS

    .*>*r H.al (Mat., t* 5.t& Conrt T : aponalble buyer. Call Ben P. Field INTEREST RATES AS LOW A3 4* !|l MAKE;-: EASY MONEY-Selling finest car ot the getting is still ao.' Cannon Mills-Airor.OLSMOBIE from Frank Reed. Lane selection

    J-4401 with H P. Boiaad. Realtor. Carrliaa Ol Improved properties In Orlando ;I line boxes Christmas cards and I I Shop around then sea tt here to 1936 tudor. r'of new and used tracers to cholel

    # rIA PAii-C.55 Bid, .__f7_ 14._Oraa.. a- S5l. f Winter Park. No brokerase. !I I 18 bargain many others have done Central Florida Harley W.ds.onb. from. Up to 30 months to pay. Wh
    w* .. pus ,. ao eotlaaato tree PRODCCE MAI __ Bettes Investment Company 25 W. I I up a.UOII'1 to profit. Write asrtmtnu Motors. L P. -Hagan. Ph. 2- N.efn. Ph. 97.10LMOBIU1J. pay rent? Frank Reed Trailer Sale "QIID euvr
    of .'*. oa tato ..rra t ..,I.t KET-Oroulnt 81000 I Ibr.se.pr I Iwrekly. Washington St. Phone 8513. Leader 10' and free 2.nd. 2424. Or.ag. aa-.Orl. i,201 N Orange Blossom Trail.
    lo-year leas :
    on property f 01 .pprovl I 1 :
    . taioo of *.r .en,. ko o uta at I Studios. 320 H.rlnWadswonl I SURPLUS-TRCCKs mechSt-
    395.
    month. Here't a proft-I pt 1. 1".1 :
    "il Was MaUMwsKotar buslne-s at a definite I! N Y. DONT ROUGH CARS but "111 615.od.N. Grante. Ph. i cal condition. 1940 *. ton In tern.- )
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    BRIG --
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    L.a" $to.,. bartala. Jrlc only 84SOO. Rei-UcOiU REAL ESTATE LOANS Low colt! I AMAZItOt-Make! 825 selling you hae 0". clean car. we I I tlonal PaneL 1940 L5 ton InternsI --
    I
    tIiftjjIji _Mod.M AII"ti ., a..Iter.. Iielnsi** Alerts. 128 M. To buy. build or refinance home |! for SI Xmas cards $I pay top spot ra,h. R 8. .I. !: convertible ; tional Panel. 1938 Chevrolet 1 .1

    5W 4.s b5.i msrtuII. Ot*,.. j>hon* 4147_ and bu.l..s property. The Trust I:; 54 bus 2 embossed with name Ihf 4771 or 529*. ,;i OLMOSI -.. li. Interior I coqpe box type track body -Lu.j

    .. WusF k_|.... .ro"r, I] HETAtL MARKET-. ..... Gro- p."met First National Bank : on. S.mpl. I.pprovl Merit. 70 newiy painted motor and.1 tires food. 1'Aw.ExterrninaMng Phone5544.Co.\ 667 N. I&OIt 11 -4 ..,. .

    45 eerle fruits, flower Nice livIng i at Orlando second floor. '. WII.m .. Dept. 4L Newark 2. CAR wanted from owner Must be Our special price (1043. StarbnaAiexsndrr VACATION THH
    r.15:1 I
    ;.. : nmmiM utnert. teas Only 832SO Ounce j!t : I _ J t in tood co"IW)1 reasonable price. 'I Motors. 501 N. Or.ne:I BARGAIN. 3 42 2Vi-ton Army :' I IL.IId "I .. _i

    P4. 0 PsVII... .. PlMer with Ache, Peter. Realtor WAN TO BORROW *5SOO on Im i OPPORTUNITY for lile- Ph 2.104 or 13S S. Ferncreek. I,I Ave 7878. GMCs. Low mileage. good Urea. I
    at 8%. Short f excellent condition. fl.Om earn. C. II
    I" ... T> t Ce tr.l' 2-0714 J property or connection with tntemational- 1 I 1940 "98" 4-
    : r"ft !.. .... 'for al AOtO SHOP Complete and fully lone t'T'. P. O. Box 1983. !!' manufacturer of liquid asbestos i! 75. Used Cars for Sale I OLSOBI. p.lnt new tires. Central H Hartraves. Okeechobeei2.Lii. aN sob' a fI I I

    fI ... ,. PM automobile nn.ercoaters. W. Jef- i 1947 ZIMMER TANDEM i It herein -
    .et ped Scare part Can Al rotlAn. Florida Motor dibeus4 NI,
    10 .
    -. .IM. r ... lleaU WU.i". J47 Grow with Orlando. Inns In your resurfacers cement and BUICK .1 Special Sedanette.C'ean I, fer onSt Phone 2-2424 4 sod -""II'1\.tr models Eouivped -, T .

    =-* *a "* i n 14. Oraat*; i TAtJlA'IT-ctoH own home. Finance .5 way. cinder block sealers aluminumpaints. a* ;priced to sell. Jim 9"7- with Butane .*f and aporuatat ,I;c.n.1111I
    .* tn. 83.000 cash TJse First Federal Sarlnis Loan quonsct hut coatings and a Jernigan Used C.n 600 West OiMBn =rYr me Fn-idaires. All model now on HOW ;
    wIll had It. DonS miss this OP- Associations "Direct Redaction I, complete teneral line of industrial Central. .. d: pl.,. Up to 30 month tn pay 1"sUbPL
    1. .I,1 1ft. ..... ertMity Ur Potter with Herman ; Finance Plan.?* First Federal Sartnrj maintenance Earnings of very low mileage. Can be seen at R Frank Reed Trailer Sale 301 8.Ortnee I I i
    ._s. .. .. rer .... lII.tfl.i. BUICK-1946 Roadmaster Sedan 4771
    ( lat Broker: 877 N. Oracle and Loan Association 50 East Pineat our r s from 8300 S Evans. 400 N Oran.e. Blossom Trill.LMMEDLTE a YJUa .
    pr
    AIe' I nt.tn. ette Like Harley ,, _____ 1 1i .
    5* *as. or MM. W.ds..orh 1 codltOI
    :4.Is Street. Weekdays 9-2. Satur- OLDSMOBILE: 1946. nt
    -
    : COIlr monthly to 830 000 yearly on a commission 615 N Orange. Ph 8397 EKel'
    ..nAILPItODVCE MARKET-NettlM 91.FR basis Oa T ."pl.lon considered 218 E Co -l.nd. Phone 2- i !
    I"
    .pJ'' "T..c .t..r.. of usa per week EII.1. will be those .stabl- 1 BUICK 1948 Roadmaster Convert- i I j!,; 253 i DEUVE8T PLTMO5.'TI S _
    I
    J. '. Iwcion oa Ions lease with SALE-Residence and rnortjtr ed residents of the ,, .10 it-'.. White aldewaUs. radio heater heater W* Ml ."! ;
    i
    r w. S.. OIMIO*) to bay 4-room cottaie onoc for 87200. Balance 82000. Ds.count. are interested in permanency 1 electric window Itt and ..a ad-'I i PACKR191zo- MILLS : IH1 Cl&vacx.&T bass .
    54't' Inrlwded This It out- depression-proof biumef Writ Box low and many .e4 i
    an Jstmma
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    Ph. 2-240" 825. 125 E. Amelia. Ph 2-2578. .
    _ _ _
    .<*4w* oooortualty for only 88500. 312 othe frtuf. Sep at R S. Inl. ;
    WA party to Invest S-a. 5296. I IBUICK5 PACKARD- 47 Super de loge custom 1. II&aa..Y . _
    .
    .I'OIU Tp.te .
    Realtor ExclusiveAiopta ICE CREAM
    Pee .. aTTTW11 .saI I
    .. .I IM 5 OrsBie. phone 4147. no .. tn a toodtrowing 67. Employment Agencies -As well as other makes 'I sedan. Mode 2101. tally t. 0059 .. .1
    bu'ln,s Plenty of security. Nice election. Orange Buick 1 I equipped. Ph. County1902-M-4. I t u. S door I
    I E:W .5. .. 4$ w 55AVAFT-.A .wonderful iioiMqIf' Co- AND
    U . Located tn the heart Box 221 S-a. _ BROWN'S H Dean Ross. 530 N. Orange Av* ,, PLYMOu194SDc.C deluxe j

    UM boMars* district. Orotset 970MM. 100'. OrLOANSn Eligible PoP I I.nip. and Nur,DLOn'ftllstf. AGEC.lt Phone. 5410: after 8 p m. call 4646. j'1, Drives CUSTARD MACHINES jI t1 .. ?WW S.4rx
    Pwrrbaae Realtors. work It BUICK sedan"Radio I less titan 3.000 miles. (1095 HarUfWadswortX
    1941
    UVt *%**d 1IrtC'e of 820.00000 !n.McGll 18 come Sl CeoUa you Super 4 door I
    ttT-IItl- a* *<*aa* 8f .UI ..r.. In first rear Lone n 411 I want help U:6. heater clean interior shinyi 615 N. Ounlt': P.8597. I
    0I 54'b.5 .*.* lietocr-. with Clyde McKenr i black finish and pn.Uenmo'or.. ; PACKARD-193f I Free Installation aIM Scnrte IIM1 -
    cn.chPnnt3
    64.
    Wanted-Female
    areas 164 W Oatral: a- TTj.rRTlCS . Help 69. Work WantedFemaleDRESSMAK.INQAII Best buy in town for 0111 $139.5.I Telephone 9438 !
    I ; Starling-Alexander Street. II hUDaRS .
    $ STATTOM far r.nt tend 501 N. _
    CLERK-TYPIST With dlotaphon
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    .Etw's.t: * * *od lacatloB. Ora.* : 8139 types of .., Orsote-Ave 7878. t PLYMOUTH 1941 Special Deluxe SUNSHINE SALES CO. I

    I iW Oil O_Call!1178 or _899._ Moods uper le. Tc phno men's and children's wearing apparel. I, CHEVROLET 1941 Special Deluxe j 2 door sedan. Clean inside and out I .. i
    AVUKM PLAN M-n'. sport shirts. Ph 2-4206 Club Cop. Clean new upholsteryand and motor is exceptionally food. I Exclusive State D,. 11-
    POLICY With is.544w
    DENTAL ASSISTANT EXDPn.nc 423 EvansPRACTICAL Dont buy until you see this. H'. I
    a new paint "rll'
    .. ... ....t. C. 4'. InMvaM preferred but will tram appllcant. E r. a.D S . I
    job and excellent motor .. It and i iTou'U intnafor
    5trnneAln.nduMOlo" 409 Strt
    ocenS oa tavectmeal Mint NURSE CompaioD.lneDcmbtrd. > 1105. I Hampton '
    Writ P. O. Box 3266. cladW pay Our bargain price SO t I .. Av.. i >* *

    a.Writ.obT-a*. 301 a-atar.__ _ FOUNTAIN GIRMut be experienced. so any .dependable Address Box drive.car. 319 of 81195. 8tarlnw-Altunde Motors. PLYVOUH-194 club coupe. One i P. O. Box 9118 Tama. florida CllEV1IOL&T ... sodas ;
    Nests.-
    : fIT AOII Abrt's Pharmacy at S-Star. 501 N Orn.e ear. Oed Car
    r.w *M I-v..* Boca*. 900 ft. .
    ol and Princeton
    rorae lanw.te i I CHEVROLET-1947 Club An Fxchante. 211 W. Washington -- LORD A' . WI
    tNSSe tadiaa River and u. I. 1. THOROUGHLY EXEtlC bki rUD. roseN
    P. tlUoa 410,000 ". balance: keeper and 'I aC'SOrf. J S C. 14.I : 288.)!

    l4I s5 voath. Mr. Potter with nUt CLERK WANTED by old established Capable of assuming responsibility. I Orlln Phone 4644 2-1'I I. .4?1I -
    Experienced
    0SR JMWBOa Owatfoia la Broken 877 preferred.Inllr.IIU company.. 8492. Excellent_references Box 290 S-Star.- CHEVROLET 1941 Special deluxe 'I QUALITY CARS sos In I
    I Oraot 0844 WAITRESS OR -NIght 4 dor gedan. Like new. Central PLYMOUTH
    -- CASHR .t C.VII !
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    _
    With
    .. -- oRDuAnbE5; work 5 to 12. 3-Star. Motors. 100 W. Jefferson St.
    .. s5 TOVaor CAIfTO- AU S.... loriU' Box 280 B01 'I L f Phon*._2-2424.. I 1941 Special Deluxe 4-door- .d.n. 1947 OLLSSMOBILZ74W SedonetS.. aI An.

    for tDt."I. _ _ _ f CHEVROLET. 1934 four door sedan" one owner 1940 Plymouth 2-cor. Radio.
    o. oa Wtb-if ".11 HI in* city 8Sa 70. Work Wanted-:Male .
    -f Vtni** Park Is -.li.*t Inw csiPERW",TMddle i A-I condition owner 514 Virginia sedan new tires 1919 Plymouth 4- 1947 CADILLAC -62" Veda a. Nydso- I
    door sedan one owner new tires 4 i CrTh _
    .
    Drive.
    .
    M> I 1'1'U5.- Experienced bookkeepint, 100 W. Jefferson matte. raCM.prcticmllT 5581.-dde w. I I
    taw ttesk tonaa Ntrlow 0 "'.wk. MM and 9 children. Room board CR Central Florida M"IO" II
    office or stort. or CHEVROLET 1939 station wagon ntw. I
    -. S .' KMIO. ill .. Otaat Av*. Dial Sad '.I.f. AU mo"l convenience' prttime s .ata 313 S-8ta. _A_ I; Only driven 51.000 miles Brand St. Phone 2-24Zt I Ipt I D. VAl1 .
    between 7 .
    CHEVROLET Crab .
    SI. 5 ** CaSt Re. WORK and aU kinds of new tires Paint and body excellent. I 1949 .
    . and 8 v m. for appointment. CRPE'E Call Motor like new. 8695 Another K. and i ii ,
    repair
    building I94S w
    CHEVROLET FVeittO 2edan. dom 569 Conerol aI !
    a. ss. .. MU 4 f .*MHlf sod 'TVa WgTar HOUSEKEEPER-Settled white lady i W. Motors bargain I Corner Garland YMOC-19411 cub coupe. Radio. .
    Peters at 9318. i I 'CWs'NJ
    _ _ _ 1 low
    el. and |
    10 AM l w- ai. on *o. *f th* to live la .food ulet hem. Calaryaad < arid Amelia dial 2.0529CADtLL.AC46 | ,I
    Mat* ) a***.ti* ia ti>* ..*'.. 410 bad. room. with prIvate bath. CONTRACTOR-Want* any LIvid of mileage. (1.995 or will trade Willdenonstrate 1941 PACKARD Cteper Sodas OM .. .

    (Hi lUaa foe ta traitor J. frit!. 3O5 S.Star.Nt'REOradsa' ._ | repair work on new buildinc. 4-door upon request. Phone drive and Radio.:
    Write J. B. Ranter. Boa 51. 61 s.a 1064W -937-M. Sanford. i
    50sI r.r 08 o.rs085 only for night i ifluty. ZeU.o4 I White wan tires. bdr.m.tc. F._ I',
    I 1941 CADILLAC "sr SfHty.
    S **art- Too salary, permanent JOb. fa. |I beater. 4070 actual miles. selL PONTIAC 1946 4-door s.n Excellent -

    fen 145 ooaof IM.I"I la select nursing home. Uedl-, PURCHASING AOEl-Experience; trade or finance Wykygyl Motors. condition. Pont. 1941 1937 DODGE Sedaa. Nice A besstv
    .c.s.t' on..d lisA ana dry aad cat..1 _1,. Openings oa other : suit Oho .t.1 Desires I location 751 N. Mill*. 2-2174. 1 Cub Coupe. (995. S C Motors. w- . RTWv4S_ 4I
    4. 5* .4.48.si ._'-. t.H at *. Also .lnw. Call tn Orlando. Box 302 N. Oran-e. 4644._ 1941 CHEVROLET Cte 0059o. -
    .ft .p
    54 .. with CtMtk raM>: ., S- tar i 2-dooi aedao. clrao.
    CHEVROLET 1939 A
    544 s *I laaTlaat m Mtts RNh. Orl.ada I PASTRY BAKER-Experienced. Can I!I nice car. -Central 2-or Florida d.a i u.-19. Florida Si. .
    MolOn' 1938 PLYMOUTH Mdaa. Jill CUMSII SAYSfIM
    .1
    B i'd HKBMW* MOT SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS furnish references Reliableand W Jefferson St. Phone Motors. Jefferson and Garland; dial

    *nt ooilal-ii'* SlTMlf toi *. Experienced. Steady work toodMr sober._permenent Phone 2-3073. CH 10 sedan" 22424.STaBAKJ. __ 1937 FORD Sedan.

    .. .I ft* 8ar _ nil daTa a week Bus trtnsporI I PAINR white. tat with mod I RLE- 13sJor Dt, mechanically 1942 Champion :, . _... vowsIsS t

    tOV 05 laoaMM tar S send ftvalaoaa latioa. eoocenlal surroundings. Come tlllom.nt. c.s.. references tood. See at 127 Gracest I t.lI. Clean and new $1.- 11 UTrD tb c.ta ,.
    lie oweo to Sel Claim sKI ready to work Sunnytown 5e"I"Plat. d.:. work t guarantee I; 250. W.ds.onh 613 K. Or- Toes car sold With a Ms narante !5aW5<oe 11II S '
    .ISSs o. BO tat *'*. .elberry. Fla i iSECRCTAKY my work. Charles Bowen. i : PIT i
    R !CADIlLAC-tM? Whit side wallsV .na We nail for wed cart :
    par L.
    h. = 541 Plumos .Sanford..
    8450eP0 toc,4. ,
    94e085a. Wtia thorough kno.1 I i extras tow mlleag By private. Wl: 2"and 4 wheel :
    ,
    .54W a .$8 _t 554 roass5ese .dt* ol bookkeepint and .tDO- VETERAN desires on-the-job train- party Phone 4536 ,3i-In.of. Canvas ton. m. Pesi Ie vsa .
    au 5 Or... 0811.S ,. Prefer permanent Ins electrician. Some experience. IHEVLr139 Ideal for or huntlnir. Aft' *.
    raldtal i 'ss orteN .
    ra" fn.
    ". sW08 sos a. ..W' opportunity. R p1 'W John Cfemeros.. 320 Magnolia Apt. 2. ( coup*. Mechanj j 115 A S26 Geneva Place i J. C. .. INC. E

    .._ iii 'en Hte ..d"I 304 a-star. VETERAN desires on-the-rob training 'I paint new seat. I AUTOMOBILE AND-TRUCKS AUCtion \ "YOUB PACKARD DEAUW .WR loom 4 Rldos
    w tires. St.
    covers scott
    Sod .8IisS SeeS. .*' -
    .08081
    experienced 64 Ottz
    RTPREUT.o electrician. Some experience. '> I -200 400 from the cheapestto
    - -.4 P O KM IMXfroaa i 1630 a I phone 6012CHEVROLET1942 t . .'..fI"
    S.S Inab. Elbert Conville 137 E. Par j I the best money can buy Df to. 342 N. Orange Avo. Ph. H47 lit

    M I .. BCUS ISsiw I Orange Ave [ tudor tourinz.I the larter runs we are . we 0 . _SleN '
    u1ow .
    .5 0808 a see ..>_ aaaiareaawaaal experienced 71. Airplane Sales and Service;I'I Runs rood and looks tood. S124S. must start oar sa'.e: at 1 p m sharp I'
    Prie sSe jAWcRMI b tore. Sale Reliable Motors. Church and Orance We are .telling\ lots of god cars for PMN _ B

    __ .- Si't m* felt la Ladlea-Readi-To-Wear and relatedtueta FxceUent condition Blossom Trail Ph 9394 : private owners Last Tuesday s sale .

    K. ln mir. teaburt Store ERtPE-194S. 2 radio and CHEVROLET coupe. i we had buyers and sellers from I .
    "ICT = B.rUl I. lour way T9ibusin.. tINPIxISITI . .. -
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    Term. Miss. andi
    Ala. Os
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    blind flight Vc clean
    r L. F. A very complete r Moor Cbl. I If
    I. ..ft .. .. be' S22SO. Elmer Hoequist.HoequistAlrport. Church and Cranes Blossom i f We are selling lot of new ears 1I i iI (-
    I 4 Experienced. Must .1fl.n Tri R S EVANS
    "AtD with than thousand miles!
    S S S 1050 1 4.0054 fw .. Apply Harry's Ph. 8523_ Ph 9394 I I. one I' . . A1.; t1l'1ta" I I _

    *4. I,. :.:s.. ... P. o. *. ..*..Plaa.12 I O.nl Ave. FAIRCHI 24. 3 place flll1 Kuil'( CRYSLR 1936 4-door sedan. G i or on sell. Plenty Remember of buyer anyone and can plenty buy 11I1 .-_. .dla .
    \
    I fFecL4LA
    DAILY "fit! "
    D. reasonable >Ira tr. motor. All metal cars to pick from. Golf Automobile DOZEN !
    .. etx'U et I.e S. tOISra1 cafe- < light planeSee at municipal! $ Quick sal*. Owner coins I AuctiOiSCO.t.akelSiSd.Pla. I i

    .-5 *8.08 5084 tens .... High school education air pOr Alfred C.s. 1205 E. Con- i North. 3000Kuhl._ I COIN* ON VACATION for a few 19M Sseas \
    en'd 5$ $80 $54 .., .1' bospitatizaM !
    Mt CADILLAC-1939 4-door sedan.
    't.UOI week Clyde Ooff. 424 Hathey
    iiia. toteuMM. "e I 1 oal.tanlf"c tNM do59 rotrtt** .
    9ffi < fB gaMaow Apply .
    .
    r .. ia,.. t. a fe.mpo" TWIN ENGINE ratings on Grumman Sc.I" On owner ear DPrt Court .I take care of my business
    ..08 _( "M 45rrs**. '*.*. Mr .? Widgeon: land sea and instrument Motors. 100 W. Jefferson ,i; while' ..". .. R SmIth 33 X. 400 If. ORAOE I" c.-r ,. s.1187 .- f
    I in Or- Veteran' training. Orlando Aviation. St. Phone 2-2424. ,! Robinson. 1 DIAL 4771 ; S '11
    0B Bw* p.i xnslyaLDWSTORa
    aM 1It'k'll e.-- _
    In Country Ph. Winter Park 863. 2
    1947 Convertible.
    Clli. CHEVROLET
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    iS..dIat.iy Sistine *. .aaificatMSM -, Single and multi-ensine I 1939 Chevrolet Wor A I OLDSMOBILE Oisvweull.hI.

    .. sad phone aamber Box 314 ,I Job trainins for .fblnlr' r.tne runl. clean car. Jim Jernitan Coed Cars. A fU, Butane sac club courx. Ra_. . 1507 PUeN .- .

    fr0hwen SIsal _ ____ C.I Ryan Field Apopka. r.. 600 West Celltr.1 !1 I heater, : 4. electric
    WILL rCATTO WOMA1 for dean rie Uin, Aero M!, wash room.;!*. 3 clothes :' _._ . .-. ___ -.tot_ MVtS .. ,' _

    ...08 sodu' W sIne and to Instruct Hometroao 1% Autos-Tracks for Rent_ [ CEVL-l4"01PDPd. Ollns Coed I excellent 7j7 W. ;
    Se sSs50 s.d _. IIr *t<-. to the sam iroup Coti.e. ca.242 d.l. FUy .: . 24114.CRL194 j I 1ICn. New roof or.!( MERCURY-1939 rib Maw- leN sloss
    N..Oaa. 'CVEm i .e .sA. .. _
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    . 5Se5s.s: oc ,r.r S CA-Rr"At C.-Hlltl 'fd. Suburoan. Real Small down payment I i Radio. "Clean as a ftm. IM _
    .. 554 55 0' by week or season toresponlme Cars. 143 14. I ('3.13 a month. Why pay rent? i iI ..

    4 .- <$. Help V.antr-d-Male pecple. Call (159. 36 W. Oar,and.. 24341.C1.L .Ca Prank Reed Trailer Sales. 201 K. '* PLYMOUTH-1941 Sp Dlux .- 1M7 . 0.- aw 1 i I

    S eSee.r Livingston Ave. 1946 4-door sedans Oranae Blossom Trail. 4 door sedan. V ry glees aoaIMT

    sit St see. work- D. TANNER C-DRIE-t3-Drive- I 1942 Stretch-out I jpafsenser within and rUiottt. __...JlJaV
    CAKPtNTtRxMtttt V* Sod priced to CHEVROLET 16
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    reS yourself low mile day.D.
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    ..S .*a A 4y H L Dvaa. 9 Welunj- Evans. 400 H. bus. Colonial Motors.
    0 ,- Si'ee54 Tamer Inc 234 W C.1 .fD R FORD 1940 Chtto tile .
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    "- Bl' Lake Kiiaraey! section. U-Dwp-It Orange: 1239EColonllDjrlve2:0333. 1M7 POlIO IMa. .
    4c S. Prids I. Central A 417.HoL131 and __._ II
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    -. I. I sod se.- DRIVERS WANTED Only those who 2 door sedan -m ton L.W.B 1..7 5T1. '.. ,' .
    . INS or. tfeorwMbiy JamUUr with Orlaaoo -1939 Good mechanical condition. Prlc lea
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    .. :1ft. t by hour day or week. Low 37S Des C i mander 4 door M4oa. Owor-
    .. Cvty Cab Co. I' SS
    .e i rte N. Or.al. 484.DO CHEVROLET DUMP TRUCKS Four. I s-s .
    I II I N. Orange phon. 2-4064.___ i dnve. new tires. BeaaHM see.AiIM.
    inal 1940. Stimpson. lac. I
    1938 4 door redan. Ortf Bumby I
    ! = JIM CUMBIK TJ-DRIVE-rr "47 i __m_.__._ 1. C. a so ..
    new seat Phone 7649. ]1I
    . I. NadlI l: model cars. By day. week or month. I ICompetitive metallic.paint job and Cwer De.' IMI CeN9eN 1_ _
    ! .il motr. CHIVROUT-li40 hail ton. 4000miles.
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    la*. ..tt... b c.p.l. auperviatat .- l I.I dial 2-4521._ i Alexander Motors. 501 N. OranisAve. ...,219 like W.new.W. hlna Used on.Car 2-2882.1:11cben. I II II' Runs good. Hurry! .MIS I' .. 'M- c- :: :: I

    . References and OUN'S IT INC.-New cars i 717.
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    -. Sjfaof of S.t. ualiawattvat for ", week or lonth.o | Custom Club coupe. I' .
    I first t. 306 '' red tape. 2 locations. N. DT14 I lTtrk.a perfect In every 101W CENTRA, 9Ss 4-S
    *** ojaMtt tad B 24 cadttoned 1150. TJsediCar Exchange. 219 W' mPlet.// i
    %gI aa iMTMo* .. I i Orange. Ph 2-4814. and M 433 K. Miller Ave. I ton 2-2882. DIAL 39 leN L.IINIo&.8 .

    ,- m_i itti .. II i| Oarlaad. Ph 3-4.47.- DODGE 1939 sedan. 1. ; .
    I Mr 4or both 1115)I DOooJPtaUP-I942 Army type. FORD-1941 Co-wta cbat .soe NOLi. .
    Ij 1- ?*% and 3. Auto Service Your choice of,0 wit 400. Brut Panning Co, Winter Radio. n..a mx1181
    fV% R&nNIH& rbi i paint and In coupe. 1160 11 I
    S C j Garden. Phone 101.
    BM BUll .la Motors. 550 N. Oranse. 4 44. performer. ___41M .
    .."..fits totter Box 295 C-la>I AUTO BRAKES RlE 812.95 DODGE 193S pick up. Good condition. . ; If
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    . Cnrlet Pnnout EU be aeea p. Bt.1CK-I9411 Ciiinmn eoaa*.
    B l5 It -Oi"-Ufll & For S295. Barley 61S tNt .
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    .- tn. c.t.d fre N. OrsnaePh.. "'7. .i ,, ? New top. new bats*, radto. so-
    j . f' tLl&l.tI& or two oath Faaniiarity with B.t.r Store Orange Ave. :Paoek iL'"i t [I ceptitmal buy at _. -..._ MtM WI s."at I
    , & .. tVato aee.a 8 tfirble. Shl AUGNUENT P.Iptoa.Pmp' DODGE-1942 San it n' con- i condition. 1524 K. Concord Avenu LeN 9Ia; &AlLY
    skis tak i dntoa. $ Motors. telephone 2-1072. _ : I
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    i.1. ;". keoS is.o.W.Ps I' 311 -(a k *- **rvic* at G-' Car 9294 and Orange Biovwna TaU FORD-1942 1"at.b body Run and look food. _--t_ 3
    Service. 300 N. Orange FOP A
    se.4 Mele 4. CdUTSIUD PHARMAClSTOoedoMtioa. Pho. truck Good tire*. cab and ready 1MI _
    Contact SamLaxawaa. FORD-Model T, condition. *. Card 142 N. Gar-1 '
    en. o to go Olio's Can. NA5H-1939 coupe- One owner.
    1 . * 08- ll." .c. EuatU. At B&JOB a. .i I mil S.of Cannon MffiaRoad. I land 8-4347. Grade A throughout _..__S4M I = _e.

    & #< S.. >4 ... itS Pirsta.ALZSIALLiitrtsssde.pholstey_ j b..a whil yon wait. C. A.. . StrangeFORDl94Lsiiecial. I! FORD 1941 th ton pick-up. Perfect ;) GOaD HJ4II

    # ,, r. .** tores*. P.an Son*. 1010 W. Church. deluxe tador > condition. 26.000 actual m.les PACKARD-1941 4 door Mtfo*. -

    .-, 084S'08 We08S 084o .a bissiann. Pe X7ei1eaced man BODY AND FENDER tourist Clean 'br.bOt I109S. I 1 Colonial Motors. 1239 E. Colonial Radio. A very ricaa ear I I

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    ftIIt l. B ttt. MM .*4 .I At* Satisfaction tnaraoteed. D. V.mr. Ph. I ____ |I FORD-1J3$"V ton Plck-BP. Drive it'' 1111 IC'1I.1 I

    .t.-n. .... *'. $*iw.. I*.4 celIai. .and w>Uwat 234 W. Central Ave. Poe 3-3153. FORD-.1941 station "'0. IJ47. i I and josh buy R. Olio's fled Can. PLYMOUTH-I333 4 door wf.

    Se408s o. MU$ owor.u>4 .. to a .e A.P1 RI Mattress I BRAKES REPAIRED--W. all |I Win trade fo cheap paneL Phone :,,': 142 N. Garland. 24347. | New finish motor coss.'. 1Ml M110K 1

    ..i feo4 r 11H Canl. _ '; your ant need: .1 auPp1\ (., 2-3834. CMC-1942. 134-ln. wheel base flat rebuilt __..___.-. .u.ns r IJ
    ,4 M oseS w ,.*. W tt P. O. tOCNG 1.b .Prw la tit- i| and OIL Dixie S.1 8r FORD- 1946 Cub Coupe body. Mechanically O K. Only . !! oTh_ 10. '

    s 15L5s.s54S.s- Ala r. cannery j South at Boon &acc-* Very e.1. nd Boiler Chevrolet. 115_W. Cratr.l.CMC . .

    $l ,*.narm.r lilttBso I I IwIvaaWM I >**. Preferably with aom cress I I LUBRICATION laclacJes TJ C 242 N. Orange Av*.Phone I 1942. Heavy duty. 134-ln. I 260 OTHER CARS I I
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    i,11 MIl CMOJ H) a. 8sI! ..n. 0 .liPra &, check b.ttn. Ur r.d, wheel base. 2-peed axle flat body. TO SELECT FROM JIM CUMBtt P'L _

    I_ -* *p4 4 Bw0l ". _.a 23 8Str ator clean 1d" sweep 2 door dean. Btconditiooed and repainted. Our j I
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    LONDON AP I The British Such a 'fi* wa ........., 'f t
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    ---- -- the much loser prxrr :trImm.dtateiy
    '4t market this week removing
    I Page 16 eljr unsay irnIinrt-'tar Orlando, Florida, August 3, 1947 official prop under Government behind 'M ... 4'!' f
    Prices Hit I securities and share prices dropped In prices appeared tit tit tilt ttM. :
    t j Hog Tone I II I in one of the market's most ,f temporary abandonavnGovernment r ., .. !...
    New Loan Company Postal Receipts ; sensational breaks in years. rnrp m'.
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    Now Highs For | Public Clamors For New AutosDETROIT Conservative estimates figure plan
    Opens Here Names Hit New Record I the loss in market values on the But.toeMamc larae was to..
    In ; I II I London Exchange in more thana Ire of wtNMNRW < nan* t* -.. fI
    Month July Holmes !I [UP1 Despite high i,livery of a 1948 model when they !, WASHINGTON f API The hithI : week of more than half a billion short dbt-rtdtf Britain i
    .. I I as Manager prices and long waiting\ periods. ') place their orders. I est peacetime revenue in pounds (S2 billion)I. Market r.e..ry' ae a 9ibuaa1ttal
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    e "'at ... (Vfi Mea. awtf for MWIAT"..!. I Appointment of Charles w. ':' the public clamor for new cars Bond backlogs were reported in fice history-$1.238.434.794 So severe was the break that se.le. ... IIII i Ib tae 4
    Mip'. .. i.a cwt. .. II ...-' I Holmes as manager: of the Time analysts speculated in the possibility source wh. 4ftthw4 is M
    41at ..... is as great or greater now than New York Buffalo. Pittsburgh was reached in the 12 months ended wouldbe Oade4 1
    N.- I Loan Co. at 42 W. Central Ave. that minimum prices 6irtf'tb ail. le ....
    ". llli MMiiS.d. W opts ....A..i.,--._.... i,w'as announced jcsterday The I. the hot-e>ed demand that followed j Harrisburg Atlanta Phoenix. t June 30. Postmaster Gen. Han- j imposed for all British Government Miul.l.e ,'tu.sh..1. w"srritne f I
    ILl'a.: : "4.. 1M ....-- I company opened Wednesday. the end of the war a United Houston Oklahoma City Kansas I ineean announced last night j! securities dealt in on the the C.malartedei.i.Mt jnentie
    t TTta* ,' In the finance business for Press survey showed last night City Detroit. Minneapolis, Omaha I The only time that figure l rjas i exchange.The trilk tkik ...... t"
    ... and been exceeded. Hannezan: said m j effect of such action perhaps f
    a* 4 ftfe sat HEW I !many years In Washington Across! the country most dealers Chicago Milwaukee. .. .s
    .. Indianapolis. a statement. was in the war year would "freeze" the market in While rmphaa'ir' ':at
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    same Los Angeles Seattle! Sacramentoand of 1945 when the department's income I bonds for the time ing the suck InUltI" 'u
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    .yltbud e4 Ik* .... ia Holmes cam to lists ,
    ..... ..... .... MMay. IN in !945 waiting the fare/ of swelling still far daily from in Boise. amounted to 1314240. being People could not sell unless the panic rmri-'i 'h. _
    ... C. a cry In general demand was high : 132.07. Postoffice revenue for there was somebody ready to uitted that it dir amnia ..
    ,ftI and purchased a -
    dIa a satisfactory flow of cars from I
    IBit. M.IM > .WJ for low-priced cars about steadyfor June 1947. totaled $114.450.240.16. i legal minimum. voua liquid nr
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    .** fa*..s6>rty..alillli f* narrow resides with his { ', f'' They also noted a trend among:: : slightly for expensive models. June 1946. ,i

    iN .... ..ifld At4r5 61N raMr........ wile and small . . prospective buyers to specify de- ----- GOING PLACES? I

    1 "tf**"* JBB ws ..... ss W 5r4M1i6 at F ., fixtures I GRIN RANGE 1 TAKE NO
    -.. 4..... ...., Milli. part at tnrt i
    .... II .....V ..PSS4i. than ,.as decorating .,i '211and I CHICAGO (tiP>.n Hut Low C'OM' i iOe EOLAINN ; MOTOR CLUB IF YOU ARE NOT A MMR
    '. II:,.. ... MMlat Ukat 10 of this new air i r '' WHEAT-_____ 1 JOIN NOW !!:::
    &' .. ... ...... Ie. 5k conditioned of,4 Srpt,'. ___ _. flay 22'J! :::32"339l 229 2211'2 231HDr !:
    . -.. ii fig tot. Aui..t fire was done by Holmes Mch __-_uo- 277 22114 227 237: | WILL BE CLOSED FOR REDECORATION MAPS TOUR BOOKS ACCOMMODATIONS
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    f* **. *- *j f tit XX>A M: n' *$ ottT is n:;the TIger Den July Jamboree this week are four members TELLING WAS INCLUDED in the festivities of the Tiger Den's final cctiv.tv, f-rr' i...... .. ....
    .*4 t- .,. .>...! rM t.q. .*. *u f.'* l**v ore Ke+th Toy?or Jo Lester Marilyn Staples and Bobby Fox. The
    I .. 4 ** fctf drenched the dancers the Tuesday night. The Den will now be closed for redecorating until the opening of Or'cnd"' Scr -- *J J'- '. E
    ** _, "' .....H .* .H.*. To r Den at 135 S. Court St. picture above, Norma Stone, right, is predicting the future for Neil Ogden let wfc l .-T t .

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    ........... M WiMlf *- .** youner set at the Tiger Den Dance, and SITTING THIS ONE OUT at the Tiger Den Summer dance are, left to right Barbara TAKING ADVANTAGE of the r-k h--a r.,?vc 0' ..f. .,...' e.. fare ...

    I .. .Js.. des :.1\ devouring o delicious hot dog. Tiger Den, an Shank, Lena Dykes, and Edwin Kimble.! During the Summer mbnths members of the Elizabeth Lewis and Harr', S'r rr ''9 ot" Mt+".+ .. rttt ....

    .11U. J.. Ca I 5 wnvwd by the OHS Parent-Teachers Assn. recreation center have enjoyed festivities two nights each week, as they ordinarily do the many couples at thlsaffa: r avenged bv )
    I .fv .. ... 1 &Tram.Trl __ when school is in session, but this was their only big dance of the season. back, OHS students-- ,-.-w,th tie o." ,.,1 ftwt' sPs w C ttatti- ...

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    Delt i 't 1 tt a 3 I I Iif i Miss\ Eleanor Flint Engaged ;h 6: M$ -: :-- Miss Kclley

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    I kld t TripHvent; a. To Dr. George Armbrecht BecomesIi'i

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    Qu I t Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lincoln I I Cleveland. Ohio. Following his in- Of lr. 1-1111111
    t ; I Ia Flint of Winter Park are announcing -! ternship and surgical residency atI ?
    . . 4trrM ... the erigageme.nt of their I St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Youngs-f JI\ ...._... ....

    r .* W. P t r daughter. Eleanor Lincoln, to :I town Ohio, he was called to duty rk4 .. a.,1. .".1'r 1\ frt ..,. .

    TtlT: :.. t1M t-- tlltrrr George L. Armbrecht. son of the T f I with the Medical Corps of the UJS. 1 r .r Mr1AM i

    .. .. Mart Mi late Dr. and Mrs. E. 1,. Armbrechtof I Army where he served for five ., ... 1, U..IM ffI orrr rrw ..
    : III t1r11. IMtl Wheeling, W. Va. | years with the 4th Infantry DiviSion } 9 ysy 'r 'h' irtt............
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    hr ...'ffN M .4' ; The bride-to-be was educated I now holding the rank of lieu- N. .''1 'w i is' .. M ., tllvnia HP r
    at Cathedral School for Girls and Krli..f. .. r.4* mmmm
    .... tiro11tH find ';"' I i tenant colonel in the Officer's Reserve
    ,. ,' ,.. was graduated from Florida State Corps. He Is now practicing J ww;e \. Ibtr" T * Mif
    _. University. She has studied at I medicine in Wheeling. He is a w + w u'r, te.... (_ .
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    'ft. ,.''" I member of the West Virginia .... dI .. _
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    T 2 ... .. County Medical Society. Alpha -r Li LiE
    :.:'':'> years with the Yowell-Drew-Ivey Kappa Kappa medical fraternity, arfr" : 'm"r .u '4 tll. t-.. ;
    ttkr -.. i is <: Co. prior to being commissionedin I: .
    Tau Omega social fraternityand .
    i Alpha C MnDIe rtiynclerM
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    Midshipmen's School and on the will take Dt .f. ___ ...
    .ice ItIMtIR The wedding place
    staff of the Chief of Naval Air I early in the Fall.BosseProsc. 'M"-+ ....- --
    -- + ... 1iilEMN1l ,,. .' .' ..;.;":: Operational Training at Jackson '. r rII. ..*Nrt V drr _r ...
    fl ., ville and she holds the rank of t Y stY ,
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    advertising manager of the I ' H. .a ffAlr/r R ..
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    ittM..' 4''6MI I George is a E.member Stifel Co.of the in Alpha Wheeling.She Chi. I Wedding Held 4'T ,......::.t .t'witt..... ..
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    f fisssr Omega sorority. Pilots Interna- .' al''O' If. '
    ..... t..aM.1r tional and the Little Theater of I +4Y : r. c
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    ..... .... .... Armbrecht was educated in i l ,.t- this .
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    Wheeling was graduated from The rectcry of St. James Cath- : fso -.. lM..Is tbrlt.. Ohio State University and received i olie Church was the scene of the f t rw . t
    i a his doctor of medicine degree from 'manitee Friday night of Miss '...: ..I'.hi. .
    r.. iMktt Western Reserve University iniIiss I. Jeat.e: Mane Prose daughter of 'nar+ hl IIIr
    .... Mr. try J...''rs. B. T. Prose of this ; .. w turf. r
    .... cit.-. t-a D'uald Edwin Bosse. son I A .. ___ .
    ....., r.. hnrfw et eaEntertains lof i :Jr. *.n-' Mrs. J. E. Bosse of 'Ii: a' ,r. NIIhr d _
    sPI : this city -t'<. 1!. _
    ........' I,I The R>v. Harry F. Turnier per- I-. t 1' .he ,... ....1
    --1: :. I| for r d'9e ceremony in the pres- .ft (11 iM/r
    Ir tR. care of the immediate families and xy6p ... -. r1w .
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    .... N M Miss Callihan t The brkle was attended by her {I r 1
    4 mother. Mrs. Prose who wore a a Y wM '%. 1:7y-' ,., C
    - Among the attractive events n! Navy blue crepe afternoon dress )o .....
    *' a ,?f' this weekend was the d sserf I with whit hat and other acres- l\. .A' and ..
    4li ifuf": 1 f ,, bridge party at which Miss Frances series. Her corsage was of gar- >44 . Ir.&r, to At:-a.:
    #+ .... ..... Bethea was hostess Friday: j demas. Best man for the bridegroom '. 4' 1\mi0 !a
    ; .....11.tlfer. 1>++tnt honoring Miss Carolyn Callihan &f 1 was his father. Mr. Bosse., (', ttoIIIiI 5
    .... titr .... 1......11M 'Ashland.. Ky. who is the houseguest i i Miss Prose cLose for her wed1 | ,:.-...raM f utlt
    f ft --- of Miss Madge Slaughter. I ding a street-length dress of whitsI : .4 rw1i1 f. .
    ... ...a.M ... ; The affair was held at Miss I eyelet pique. with which she wore .. r ..Haft rrffr .
    ....... hit I Bethea's country home on the I ja small white hat trimmed with 11 ..".er .t I'lt .aM Ma
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    -- ...... Forest City Rd. and with Miss t t lace. ,lace gloves and other accessories .. --

    t ....tit: :. , $ ". ..,.,.. ,,. :. . I Slaughter and her houseguest of white. She wore a Perce..I r
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    It" ... .. ,0 a. ; I were included the Misses Elizabeth I corsage of pale pint.t.eethe2.rt .
    ft -.It. lit., tr't. : : Allen. Mary Brinkman. Joyce roses. : v >.. .i ,arMta
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    .... 4 ...... > .\ ; < : Ammerman. Gene Caswell.Jo Ann Following the ceremony thebride's yw'J .: rr".iralat __g
    t ... .. . ", f I i Bobbe entertained with 1100.11 ffllKfr'pp ...
    ..... .tfI..... .. .'. "": .. .,., .' .. f Cloud. Beverly Burcham. parents : pW stmt _
    at the home of Mr.
    .. ''= .. : Ann Barber. Trish Jones. Peggy a reception ,
    ., ';#..;;, .i/"' ..pi.... t ..-"\ <.'<"';.:":.:;':: t" m J {I Gatewood Esther Ellerbe.: Jolie 'I and Mrs. O.W. Bunnell 1320 Stet ,I'. ,. ;-.:...t
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    -- Wheeler. Nancy Asher. son .
    .. tlt.. -!!Our Own .c't PhotoBomes: Cheney. i! centered with a tiered cake. Assisting : bear W ..... 1r
    I; MRS. LEVERE MONTGOMERY i I MRS. WILLIAM V PROCTOR JR. 11I1 d trtr
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    I Also the Misses Betty Abbott Mrs. Prose were the Mmes.I
    . h* tht fermer Betty Ann Bolthrop, daughter of Mrs. f Smith Bess Bettes. Elsie Mae Mc- Irene Avera and Ivan Wood. I. .. was before her marriage Thursday at St Janes rectory .-. d Mr .IC'
    1_ _M.' tl. Themes. Gortlond of* Port Moyoca and the late Mr. Percy Neal |I Coy. Mary Jo Fishback. Mary The couple left on a wedding ,i. Miss Jeanne Osbun, daughter of Mrs. Clifford Osbun Mr Proctor ' is. .. i>lf1 tftrah wfr1

    '''. NWwftp of Nashville, Tenn. Her marriage to Mr. Montrrtry. -t(Alice Cooper. Barbara Jean Morgan trip to Daytona Beach and on Mr.Bosse re.' is the son of Mrs. J. H. Carroll of this city and William V .*w fr t_.. r
    t&t!. Meredith. Mary Jane turning will reside here. as
    6.. the KIn of Mrs William E. Montgomery of Matcher,]J I and;Annette Judy Peter and Mrs. Eu- is employed by the Mills I Proctor of Winter Haven. Following the ceremony a nc 'ha+I wti .......
    M 11 held at the Hotel Orange Court. I AftIIet>> ,.
    u toc4 place Wednesday night at St. Luke's Cathedral. 1 gene Kelsey 3d. and Nebraska Store. was
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    1lrI"' AnnouncedOH \)\) [) ] I I .4 a THE


    's -. Mw __ A Mrt to nrrtiiuro of the Woman's By KITTY HENRY, Society EditorI

    ......,..... ..6f. -I ..*.. Au"h athr First Presbyterian SAVING WEDNESDAY FOR an extended trip through the Northern 4.Y

    .'.... put air .... IM tlMtr falwrh will' hr twill tomorrow and I J .
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    and Western States and Canada will be Mr. and Mrs B. C
    fII tali w err ..... ,...* .. foUomi: ,

    rtis .M ._. .. tweb. M,.. C C rntt<<. ctwirilii Brown. .Y Q h? InstahW,

    They will first go to Indianapolis. Ind.. then to Glacier andI
    .. w.... __ Mn J N. Stootbraker I Ii
    4fa ant Mrs Owt JI Ira l. Amherst I Jasper National Parks to Canada where they will be at Banff and ,.... EXPERT MCCHAMICS ,
    take Louise, and will stop in Seat- A !
    ors! .i ... tilt..i tlta.i Mww It M a,m.. Mon- 4 t
    o Wash. visit friends. They
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    ** ,. NIt 1 Mta Mary Branhamwn w
    will visit relatives in Spokane and
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    .. MtM Bnmhamr .
    ., I. ..... t/1aM eaei coming inland will stop in Brid er.
    I .. 0.-- titMm. Ilw ......... .. 3 PM.. Monday: :Mont, for a"Isit with Mrs. .4 f z

    "' .... ... ..... M. 1 yea E r Uvm. chairman. Browns father, Edgar B. Merrill a/F
    ... ....... eelA lwei wish Mr J A PIa".oo. whom she has not seen in 17
    la,.. n Mr.. ... ....... Atertftc at the Pittman vears'
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    *. *..* ,.. ItaHMr MrP c..p Warr*. Park 10:30 aJn. From there to New Orleans they h 4fi.

    r ......ife ... 3tltardar. Me 4. Mn A F Wilson, will visit places of interest takingthe ..'
    * > ... to. Ac,_ riiale.eaa with Vfra C C. Donr.tl Southern route. In New Orleans _ie? s -r
    1 4 Pars Life Aw. 3 p.m.. Mon- Mrs. Brown's former home, c
    ..* lie S Mr J, E Biker. chair- they will be with her aunt, Miss N S

    .. ..by It ftilq,1 ... M the ....... room of the :Cecelia MacFarland, who has .it
    I .-.. No.6.
    "rrh 3 p.m Monday: veiled: them in Orlando several
    Wr C P IVfr+r*. chairman! with .,
    times.
    WAiREN'S Mr WUItam Emrtoh 201' Liberty I xy f
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    will be until the first
    7. Mrs. They gone .
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    4i :3 pm Monday .
    tIIr.. \ Nl ae 68&T1Ti \4 .i Met rhairman with circlet part of October, and Mrs. Brown, 1
    and I at the Pitman Camp: No. who started the Orlando Travel
    - 1 Mr U C Dendy chairman. 'Service a year ago plans to ob- 25'

    't Mr E H. McDowell 612 serve"' with a critical eye the resorts -
    t If ,' n* P! 3 p m.. Monday J and showplaces of America g. 4
    ;i. N .* ,mm Mrs Boor. acting : MRS. B. C BROWN wf i4' .
    recommending to the people of sac e :
    ;:-.n .0Ihl'urlf'll$1nthr t ses- '
    N10.. Central Florida. "In the future I . plans extensive trip J'W"
    m "t the church: Muuai t2: *" I.e
    1 T r 'j#t Porter chairman with t will be able to tell- them what I really think of it all," she said. ami ua MM *ar

    T M R Smith 1822 Baylartan I 000 l r.nu1'T % .

    F' ::0 am. .Monday: No. 11. : Jl f RS J. F. SIMS left Friday for Syracuse. N. Y.. where she will attend MRS EDWIN L CARSTENSEN ,II
    'yt M g Verfow. chairman . the former Pam McDonald of Orlando! '
    WI., Philip Man 1831 Bay- the funeral for her son-in-law. Capt. R. A. McMaster, on
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    I .n\ &h<1 1 pm Monday: No. i Wednesday. . Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Achenbach and Mrs. Achenbach's ; i S, IN SEVBKTwt -IJIA fAt I I
    I'I : MiJ._ P Union chairman | mother Mrs. H. Wentzler are spending the month of August in Norton : Visit Mr Carstensen's family. Following -

    rMi* 0 O Hrasfev 413 near Highlands, N. C. . Mrs. Rose Scherfer of Chicago n: ; Miss M'Douald i a stay there, they will return .
    Bi.* III4PU SERVICEK0MI Mi Oroiw 9<'h"ab. rhmn. with at 121 N Summerl! Ave Mrs. Schrrfer is associated with Saks Fifth! i .
    a ........ Mr.nm Kaaama. 3)37 PeihamM : ill)'. Carstensen home. .4 ....
    : Avenue Shop in Chicago . Mrs Mercer Todd is here from Pittsburgh -
    Meft a' No 14 Mrs. The brute, a popular member of
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    Pa., for a visit with" her parents Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Url- _
    H f' Kttk chairman with cir- he local set graduatedfrom t
    Wood, of E. Miller Ave Mrs. Todd is the former Betty Wood of tills Married HereThe younger
    Pittman Camp j
    fir X aMI T at ; Orlando Senior High School
    c..W I No II Uf J E Stewart. chair- city . Mrs. Raymond: O Miller has returned from a sixweek"aca- i i' and held a secretarial position .... .. .. f....
    .. vHli )In. C. D. Bfrry 437IMrtaHMd tien with relatives in Massachusetts and Maryland Mr Miller who FirstleU1'odist Church was
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    wish. f.Mlat i with the Norfolk Navy Yard, be- .
    the scene of the weclduu: Fridayat .j teit ,.. f fRt ....
    Aw It e ajn, Mon- left the first part of July on a vacation in Indiana will friends and fore being!: connected with the !
    o ftNtHY da* M. it Mrs CXy'fr! Sm thrtouaaan i lelattvcs, is spending some lime in St. Louis Mo. and will return here 10 ajn when Miss Pam McDonald Underwater Sound Research Laboratory -
    .ah Mr*. F B Sp .nn. daughter of Mr and Mrs E. L. ; here.
    I t HWSStit ties Araten B4N.l 7.4i pn. 1"I..s- I today. McDonald of 341 Hillmau St., be-I I Mr Carstensen graduated from
    I ........ I. non / I came the bride of Edwin U CarI Nebraska State Teachers College

    datHMMMM Warn**'! Circle No. 2 ORLANDO WILL in .r- near future have its own fashion stensen son cf) Mr. and Mrs. A. H. i and'received a Master of Science .tt .... -. 0--ff 1 : LLIIfea44,4eaM1 -.' ft *
    d .. austtary trW meet Tuesda THAT Carstensen of Oakdale, Neb. i from Case Institute of
    center and that Florida 1 Lfast known of the The Rev. Robert M. Blackburn ; Degree
    at I PM wtth th MMrs Amy becoming as one Technology; in Cleveland Ohio. At : .. M.1 n 1. .
    ftt: >>tNcr awl Baa Uvm 1329 Hil reL iashiou centers of the world are beliefs of Mrs Olga Herbig, Chicago minister of the church. performedthe present nf is with the Naval t:nOPTWT -

    SHOP Mr W L OarkhiU la rqunirior clf'S ner of note, who is here for a the immediate ceremony in family.11 the presence-:;. JessiePedick of .l': So ind Research Lab .tatoi r..... tr tltiaalr .-.- _L1101 > rlelrwdiet4t
    IXAITY iiua rink ad Mra darrnccMr s n' '.
    visit with her daughter, Mrs. 1 Baker. or am1't. renderedthe > t
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    y JR4.r..n psM11kntI'ersouals I It JMiIC! ..If _
    :. ::. --- Marshall Stiefcl. of 1253 Mercedes program! of nupt:al mugr.
    ..- ...- The wide wore an aqua after-
    J Ave Known in the fashion acrid
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    t .. ..... ql[ fit ftC as Ola, Mrs. Herbig'hz.s spent the noon dress of crepe, with 'ray Rf'- ilyiil < t
    atf Mr GffaM Trembowr fahi onpd
    cessones, her hat being :
    past 20 years in the creation of alol.t ,1s MIH sit I4...* _
    ,. makwt their horn now at of gray feathers Her COM,tme w av
    -1r U4tmm POTTII T ,.... V) TV WeAdI ApartmentsfwiMr wcmens fashions and now hasher completed with a corsage of white
    rtaMknU of Day- own establishment in Chicago. HLYJJN t4fM. pat aUhiir/lk IIp 11r.. --- f11e
    Th,
    ie..N & 'TWAII an orchids.
    '... beach. harm moved to Or- She at one time was a designer at Miss McDonald had a!' her o.ilv!
    4f.f ........... fG ttt4qi *i ill Ei11w fir tj1M1riJi .
    the Luce House in
    trtadn. re.letly.Mr Amsterdam. attendant her sIster. Mrs E. M
    MMTc ... Mr R M Dodmn and Holland and spent several years Middlebr rks:: who wore a tin"- eTRY
    TK Mr a.4 MM P N. Wtlttncham of with Arthur Bloom and George crepe afternoon dress \\Ill: ;:ra>
    ..i .. -- .. 1.r .4 ........ haw lust returned Or- Hess in New York. Summer hat, and mafhinc:: a('ces'soner 11 It "' .J. "" .. ...,
    I--de after a hip to Miami and I't Her corsage was of gardenias -
    Asked where ideas for
    (Mb* Wr.ad Mra. Dod en and new US FORt
    A'C MMK. ... tti* f....a nf Mra. Dod er\'s parMa she keens her fashions in line was B. V. English. .. !lJl!W.4TCH
    *'1& SEIYlCE Mr and Mn It. ),I. Stokes with those of Paris, London, The bridt mother w'jre an afternoon REPAIRS .rc.. -_I I ,

    .'.. i a. sir. Mt.wfe IMT in* past aMrfal vrvki They Buenos Aires and other famous dress. of light bIte j v- C'Uh 0\F HOIK fll SERVICEBLOCK'S fns 'Ultll 7 ; -
    ': }r4R .fa. :* <.dale for Dartona Beach fashion centers Speaking about sey.'iL'l white accessories and a JE"tLK .. )J

    1 "" .'" ./ t, -f i..r a.1spend i th* next' two the new Fall fashions Mrs Herbi L corsage of parple orchid>.
    f. Ti as nit Larry Jolinson cot Following the ceremonv the I
    61' said that there will be a wide JI"P t ihnrrh strrri
    -- 2*!"iwith variety of stiles from which to couple left for Oakdale, Neb. to =- 8M..UM __rtireN A_4' .... aL = n

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    -- choose that many of the new suits
    l are made with narrow skirts and MRS. OLGA HERBIG I.. -

    r i ir Jackets that dip in the back, and . here from Chicago. 1 1I

    that the newest colors are burgundy gray and dark green. I

    i is + t I, "Wear anything you 1'ke drapes or bustles. low or high necklines

    full of slim skirts-but -do w ear those skirts longer, she ad-


    vised.Mrs. HcrbiK has spent some time this past week visiting Louis I
    An Advanced Fall Model in . .
    : ? I Ready toear Shop on N. Orange Ave. which regularly carriesa
    complete selection of originals from the Olga House of Fashions. I
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    SEVERAL INFORMAL PARTIEd hate been given during the latter :
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    i U part of the week at the Oflicers Club at the local Army base, 1 Sport' Lizag'aitrIt's

    i end included was the cocktail party: given by Darleen Millard daughter -

    1 of Col and Mrs. W. W. Millard hoaormg Lt. and Mrs. Chester R.I .

    t i I Scott: Lt Scott is to be transferred soon to another base. With the-
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    . w honorees were included Lt. Col. and Mrs. Clifton B. Hinkel, Capt.

    t- i'l' and Mrs. William V. Strait Capt. and Mrs. William Wood, Lt. and

    Mrs. Frank Cosner. Capt. and Mrs. Ronald Forrester Jan Rollison

    _ : fl1 Kay Gaines, Veronica van Deins0. Maj Denver Gray, Capt. William

    Frantz. Capt. James Dunn Capt II. L. Mmton Capt. R. W. Daniels,
    F i bound to be correct fay ita brcau.. t.r . .
    l Lt Harry Hopkins Navy Coirdr Carl LindenburgIrown. I
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    DIX 1 old She can still mind the baby vet devised for killing; time. k
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    suggestion as to :: and tell the children stones, it 1 ...... .
    make some as
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    . a rtws t. r what elderly people can do to keep and feel herself loved and wanted fell in lo"eth my brotherinlaw R !' "v ,.,.... I
    slowly and usefulWhereas Answer: According to the pnet
    ..' / time from passing so MRS. X when a man has to retire and we had an affair. My Mater beauty draws' us by a Mate hair I. J UN'
    :.a.-- found it out and was terribly whether it is red or auburn. or add
    Answer: There is just one from his business by reason
    .. ... -. "p. .z. I remedy for boredom and that ap- of ace. he is nearly always left hurt. She forgave me. but I or black! so what th doee It nutter1 i ic'
    and moved away from her But as you are at copycat M*
    ,...A ...> ..a. to -1 I plies equally to old and younsr empty-handed with practically no Now she has a family and needs and redheads are fashionable lire
    baby
    ; ........ : ,,'if yells that is his to head keep off busy.if he Even is left a too companionship and few ways of help as she is not well and she your tresses a dip if it will make

    - long alone. with nothing to do but entertaining or amusing himself has asked me to come back and you happier
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    live again
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    because they fully trusts her husband and me. DEAR MISS DIX: Will vou
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    ..... ,' I and hue a thousand plans and Every man who is growing old What should I do? having concerning our tn-&... re- .., -
    I interests. should redouble his efforts to keep BEWILDERED laticnships My brother and I ..
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    t ... t1bA no longer thrilled at the merry- ties to which he invites young and near your sister and run the risk to my brother's wife' Thrjr TEMIO/AIT eN ......... ..
    I go-round. and Just because it is an vivacious women for in that way of betraying her' again Make any claim they are sisters-in-law Icontend ...... ..,. as .. l... ....... i
    I effort to keep up with the procession he will put himself on their guest excus's you lIke. but. for pity'ssake that in-law onh BO for
    .t'; : ; don't subject your sister to N ltfwtllllr
    '' they are apt to slump and list. People will always go where blood relations such as brother
    .. t .. quit going places and doing things they are sure there wIll be good the torture of jealousy that she wife being rm:! Mster-tn-law but @ ........ .
    ...... 'J And before they know it. their food and drink and they are boundto would be bound to feel if you werea not wife, And. how about mtuncles ;
    .. .. member of her household and my lit:
    friends drop away and they are return a chop for a chop. and aunts' Are they now ,
    I ... .e. 'tea ..... left lonely and forlorn If he is not financially able to were thrown in daily contact with
    .. _. It 'i In a way age. is harder on men do this. he should go to one of the her husband whom you still love my wife in-laws'oUt. ...- .. yMe
    +- 4. ... : sons and here he will at least hue companionship -
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    4 .. e>r ..Ssir. } daughters' homes than Grandpa And he should take passions can flame up intoa
    ,... ..04a does. and because the a"erage'A'oman's up some sort of a hobby or even fire that burns away all good is only a courtesy tile Tit MI
    .......etas ii > \ occupations hate always, some little industry that he can resolutionso only people who are really km
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    r ia prned of them all when she get!i ;: busy ts; the best remedy Dear Miss; Dix0 I am A teen-ace blood! .
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    ... ." =fWh -. '... a*' .. I.M> sitattela.rirl 1 ronora to Llewebn Roberts Bart- :
    'I' >w* at IRAS AtLtttR7Nt fit Jr son of the l late Mrs Mabel
    ... h Ii 4 11+1e1IIC 1 Irene Baitlett! of Prulaoclphia. Pa.
    r ffW1 .. .. ate thai tm dial wft .... Mesa Aulin has been employedat elIR
    U f> the Florida Bank at Orlando ,

    ALL TILE 1.Mi M f tnL .. ....I. r Iltw for the past five jearsMr :
    ., WR u.-.r A PI.... wa Banlett served in the U.S. .

    .... . .' ..< etiw at a turvrtar part try Air Corps for four years. ...
    .... ...a W .a> ai tiHajriUin atr wo of which were' with the Eighth P*" 1 a rr .
    ..1 t+.a I Ih' Ilrt1l1e1 . ]rtI tier Force' m England. Since the r
    .... Nee UIT aM SALLY :tm of the year, be has been with
    .w. .. WAIII AIM 8C"1tU11fCKII he florid Bank also. ...
    whet [iretArJl rnrrMlA The wedding will be an event .
    aMt. 1 MAimU' MINE PRal d dept. a. .
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    LONG'S <. i .vfVHty are hrr iumUi MR and MRS R. M\. STOKES
    .- a,. 14AL1IMM lUCY oli trot MR and :MRS R M DOD- Y
    F .I.i Rte 111 U BK4 :SON was gut -t of honor on Saturday f..I f.
    w. e.... 11Ift OHte. AMMB BMMT almi at an mformal luncheon a* t rerf
    ttlist Alta. t1M IIiA.Y the Orlando Country Club at
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    EngagementAnnounced FRENCH MIRROR PLATE 0iMC, to. t I
    of the Orlando Army Distributor !Srrrinc ItorM *** IMS :
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    Air Base Women's Club and of At St. Luke'sThe I r II! 75 U" Fine St. Trf SI44 e
    the Officers
    Club. OAAB. this ;
    Rt. Rev. Charles B. Col- Mr and Mrs Manuel R. Porro'of !'
    wffknt bo as follows: m re. retired bishop of Puerto this city are today announcing
    TUESDAY Mixed bridge for Rico will the the encagemcnt and approaching r
    occupy pulpit at the
    marriage; of their daughter Catherine PIANO SALESMAN
    members and guests at 8 pjn.f i St. Luke's Cathedral today it has r
    Elizabeth to Kenneth Mc-
    In Main Lounge Officers' C'Jub.1 I '
    WEDNESDAY OAAB Women'sClub been announced. Donald Sims Jr. son of Mr. and
    Bridge -Club will meet at, Bishop Colmore is temporarily { 1 Mrs K. M Sims of Ousley.. Ga. 'Itsoriatrd Stores Is srfklnc the *vt.'.qt", H>n. MiMBM jf
    s. Central Florida. An exrrHrnl partite PVMIMMI .. Uw MM ..*
    The wedding will be
    an eventof
    1.p I.JO: p.m. in Main Lounge. Of-,residing in Winter Park, occupy-
    n < Aug:: 16 and will take place at ran qua lib.
    fleers' Club. At 8 there
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    ing the residence of the Rt. Rev.
    ;- 11 iii be bimonthly meeting of'' the home of the bride-elect's parents Associated arils five brand *f .... hurt PWIMM M>r4SI95 ...
    I Air Reserve Assn. at Officers' Paul Matthews retired bishop of ids ,r with Dr. Lindsay McNair of up. and has hundred ft' *c-.... i i. tan "** to .
    1 t Club. New Jersey. ficiating. right man. See Doyle \V,r* iinitr*..eh.
    / SATURDAY Regular Saturday I For over 30 years, Bishop Col- r The bride-elect is a graduateof
    nitht dance on the Orlando High School and is OF .. ani I.
    Esplanadeir I more has been the diocesan over ASSOCIATED STORES III.
    now employed by Yowell-Dre\\- ,
    from pm. to 1 a.m, with Don I I .
    -" I Ember's: orchestra playing. the missionary district of Puerto ___ I\ey Co. Mr. Sims was graduatedfrom 143 N. Orange AT*.
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    I BEAUTY He graduated from the Universityof ; and is employed by McCall Groves. -
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    ,,', was made a deacon in 1903 and \ I
    PERMANENTS $8.50 UP
    \ advanced to the priesthood in 1904.I
    I INO( EXTRAS 1 Prior to his consecration as bishop I _
    I I W. S'titfy An Work Done By ExorrtsW :Call 21223 he was dean of Holy Trinity Cathedral .. SAY "HELLO" TO

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    : . August bride-elect. . .her engagement announced. I

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    I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cassell
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    I Dr. Sam Nelson Sulman. 1 ,d are announcing: the engagement .
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    Li r o i ; of their daughter Lois Mae. ':::. ... >'.':y-::: :':E;.:":: :: : ": _'
    : :son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sul- .
    '' man of Chattanooga Tenn. \\ \ 9//_ i! to Joseph J. Falgione ARM 1-c I
    /i U.s. Navy son of Mrs. Mary FaIt -
    The prospective bride is a Pow- 15II !
    gione Combertino of Scranton.

    rIfThi ers College model.and She will attended be graduated Brooklyn r I8 \ \ t Pa.The wedding will be an eventof i I

    I from Rollins College in January. j 1ft\\( \ 1 late Fall and complete plans I'- "it' I

    Dr. Sulman, an alumnus of the ,II I li for the ceremony will be announced -, 5 '
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    He served his internship at the !
    Baroness Erlanger Hospital at by Fidelity Title and Guaranty ON ALL
    Chattanooga and was with the Co. I
    j Army medical corps for four years, Radioman Falgione graduatedfrom
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    i vision and hospital trains. He'!' high school in Scranton. r; ; a i
    I, He enlisted in the Navy Air Corps '
    served 20 months in the ETO. Dr.
    I in 1940 and is now stationed at : I
    Sulman completed his residencyin
    I i ,,1r : Naval Air Station in Bermuda. I
    proctology at Michigan and is: "
    I practicing in Orlando. j .
    The wedding will take place Aug. ,I '
    31 at the Menora Temple in 1 ,
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    Jeweled medallion accents this handsome suit I Brooklyn,N. Y.

    treated by Franklin . in the new elephant grey QUICK AND IIEARTY I I N
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    Matching hat by fl'oodmere "sandwich" to a person makes a'' SUE BURNETT ON ALL ON ALLJEWELRY
    $16.95 hearty main dish. A perfect two-piece dress for -

    FLOOR CIGARET BURNSA juniors for the gay whirl of dor- COSTUME JEWELRY
    Ut H Oren$. Air Conditioned light buffing with steel wool mitory life classrooms weekend SALE

    - will remove cigaret burns from festivities. The belted jacket hasa .. 3
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    Pattern No. 8215 comes in sizes CAPES .
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    in COINS your name address .
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    EVERY PAIR OF SHOES MUST GO! Ready now the new Summer f I II I 'AYMttr? I A'
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    Held in Folkstnn
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    Bride-Elect At Her Home y' I I, Mr. and are Mr anneuacfctf. J. C Ps.ttr m Mr MFaunlla 1.,


    MM ft* V.iOiw.h&m. bruit- Eisom. Paul Poster Vera Allen. z 4'. .a.r :::.., .. ." nage of their dawhtor. VlrtuiM .J '
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    tied, .M .toMT. tit Thundayt Mary Allen, and Jacqueline Wal- ..<.. Ann. to James H. Keck' of this ntv J

    i S ......*.*..... lw.er liven '. .. which took place en July 12 M 1 i Mr' Ciwis.IW .
    den.The x Folkston. Ga. at the tame aC '
    AlN* M.*U tt her home Misses Carlene Schultheis
    IW-!t fITIa IIs 1M Margaret English. Alice Jessen, .- :,- Judge A. S. McQuttfl L S.'
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    Mats ..* unstated by herM Jean Ward., Marjorie Keith Jc home couple are nuktnc thru
    at 509 Alexander
    rt sia ,. r..l Btavik, Ours Kirby, and Virginia Blanton. PI_ j t

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    H. L. Cooper of Los Angeles, Cot Her marriage to Mr. ... ',>."t00' ,- Noturol end 'ltortt4 T...4.t Ceto t..

    t.e.M..tfas tt.eU..ItNM.tuHw.uan.A.nlnf and Shutter Roberts, son of Mr. and Mrs. L F. Roberts of this city, was an, 1x12U10: ... __ SLwa 1t'I I I .. . C
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    event of Thursday night at the First Church of the Nazarene.
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    FLORIDA APPLIANCE & SUPPLY, INC. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of II . bride-elect..'. I All-Wool Corp ting-AipVtt! T lit hmlmi I
    ItOTwrif HMM IM..UUn ('..1 Mr. and Mrs. Russell Burkett on Seminole Ave. The coupleleft I :

    MI uiuMit *%r. HISTFR PARK FLA. on a wedding trip in the State, and on returning( will reside i\Iiss\ Carey' ;\Schedule Given I AMERICAN RUG AND LINBIBDM I II. t

    .Uttt.., MIVItR PARK ORLA."DOat" here, as Mr. Roberts is associated with his father in the con- 'I For Unity Church I .
    tit 699FLOWERS business in Orlando. !I 862 North Orange ATP ....... ..'M ... t 5.
    tracting Air. Bennett !1! The Rev. Carolyn H. Parsons, I .

    minister of the Unity Church, 503
    --- -- Hillcrest Ave.. at 9 am. and leave :, S. Orange A\e.. will speak today at I .

    I I from there for Coronado . Engaged I the 11 am. devotional service on : Featuring: :-

    Those lacking transportation are Mrs. Helen Crane Carey of 130S. the topic, 'The Power to Heal."

    ', ) Ml IIM'U-\\Tt ARTIFICIAL'RAL LOOKING I, asked to call o Mrs.o Moses.o Lawsona Bird is announcingthe I On Monday at 8 pm. there will I One of Central/ ;

    engagement of her daughter, I be a class in "The Silence." a text-
    if S IHML$ ItIRAT10\'S-tSED BYT Orlando Transit Auxiliary will I book Florida's Largest ....
    :# Margery Cameron, to Julius Rich- written by Rev. E. V. Ingra- w .
    meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. . Mrs. ham, taught by Miss Faith Corn-
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    .l-,3 maka horn** artractive.t ardson Bennett Jr., son of Mr. and Juvenile Furniture'
    .+elw. T.t auae aetitw eheertuLr A. P. Rogers will be hostess. wall. I
    Mrs. J. R. Bennett of Pine Apple, I
    On Tuesday at 10 Mrs. Jo-
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    ,. > tftjtmt Tm ..ten..' bridal and Wom Missionary:: Society of Nokomis Council No. 23, Degree Ala.Miss I sephine Stuckie will conduct a ..
    ka e wee -S. Carey, the daughter of I class in Dr. Emmet Fox's book, STORKLINE ..
    the First Baptist Church will meet of Pocahontas will meet Tuesday "
    Make Your Life Worth While. .
    .- .. the late Mr. Eugene Carey of Iron KROLL I
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    A e irgwlhera for Iunta. at'
    8 at the Fraternal Bldg.
    E tomorrow at 10 am. in the Eu- p.m i! The Wednesday evening class
    4 ,oft. to eua trwtwli River Mich., graduated from Or- THAYER
    zelian Classroom of the church. . All members are reminded to will meet at eight o'clock to study :
    tfli1tt I t41'eATIL OURS o o o bring an article for the White lando Senior High School and has the Rev. William I. Hoschouer's
    ANGIBILT FLORAL SHOPPE Daily Vacation Bible School of Elephant sale. been attending St. Mary's Junior "''You Can Be Prosperous. under m t:
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    the direction of Mrs. Stuckie.
    ......... .Wi.....' IHtftl-"IIO'Iii&, fail Reeves Memorial Methodist 000 College in Raleigh N. C. /
    There will
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    ..t.tt ILflIULDSw. Regular meeting of the Woman's Mr. Bennett is a graduate of the j two daily prayer, i // ..
    -.. .-.>-- --", ....., Church will convene tomorrow at Auxiliary. Local 146%. National University of Alabama where he 1 services, preceded by a call to :::: c/i6
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    the church Classes in recreation Federation of Post Office Clerks was president of the Sigma Na prayer played over the outdoor FURNITURE
    crafts, and Bible Study will scheduled for Tuesday, has been fraternity in his senior year of I chimes at noon and 3 pm.. with **

    HAPPYLAND STUDIO be conducted Monday through postponed until Aug. 12 at 8 pm. 1943. He served for twoandonehalf I 1 the exception of Saturday afternoon 483 N. Oranq Are to. I I 111," f
    :;. ,.: :; TeL Friday from 9 to 11:30: am. for I at the home of Mrs. John F. Long, years in the United States and Sunday. All services and
    ... i M ssvll HTat IT h f.'liiUITni two .weeks ending Aug. 15. 610 Lake Dot Or.o Army Air Forces as a second- I classes are open to the public. i .,,.
    ak ....! s . ant ss..... ,f" pawing J..na 000
    -ss 'a. .$"p,.. ,_.,...el tq.i 1 Women's Society of ChristianS o o lieutenant. At present he is en- -- i.
    in the lumber business
    Orlando gaged in
    Grandmothers Club
    ire of the First :Methodist !
    Church will hold its board meeting will meet) Tuesday at 8 pjn. at Greenville Ala.
    the home of Mrs. Etta Towne, 512 I No immediate plans have been Third Big Day!
    tomorrow at 12:30: pjn. in ;
    Revere St. . Cohostessith made for the "'eddmg'hich will
    the dining room of the church. be event of early Fall. 0ttVi
    an
    000 Mrs. Towne will be the Mmes. Iw.- lit.I .
    Ladies Auxiliary of the Orange Verdye York, E. L. Coulter and -
    County Pharmaceutical Assn. will I W. E. Maneray . Mrs. Lucille president: Mrs. Mary Covmo. secretary -
    Spann. chairman of the Needlework ; Mrs. Nina Graham. treasurer -
    enjoy a beach party Tuesday at
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    Mrs. B. I,. Dansby's cottage In I Guild, requests that all gar- . Plans were discussed fora I
    r Coronado . An old fashioned ments be brought to this: meeting. bazaar to be held in November.
    fish fry. complete with hush puppies 000 000 I II
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    will be among the featuresof Orlando Assembly Order of the F. L. and T. Club Past Noble I I
    the spend-the-day party . Rainbow for Girls, will meet Grands of Lucerne Rebekah Lodge II f. --r
    All members of the auxiliary planning Thursday at 7:30: p.m. at the Ma- No. 36 will meet at the home of I '\ I i iL
    to attend will meet at the sonic Temple . The order will Mrs. James McDonald, 1917 E. \ i
    !home of Mrs. E. B. Moses 1502T"e""N meet for practice Thursday at Michigan Ate. tomorrow at 8 pm. I
    ---- 10 am. at the temple. 000 1 \
    000 Cherokee Council No. 12, Degree fI
    Crystal Circle of the NeedleworkGuild of Pocahontas will hold a
    will have an all-day meetingat picnic Wednesday at Lake Lorna a P ti
    cw pcpliiin on the home of Mrs. W. T. Roos Doone for members and families ';'1
    508 Anderson St.. on Thursday. . Members will gather at 4 pjn., lii''
    000 with supper being served at 6 pm. !i i f
    Ftivyowr Lucerne Rebekah Lodge No. 36 Games will be played, and prizes
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    will hold Its regular meeting awarded. .
    art Thursday at 8 pm. at the Fra- ," 1 1I'
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    invited . There will be refresh- for An Unusual/ TreatIn
    r Idle ments In the banquet halLo Fine Dining bring i I;" '

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    Past Matrons and Patrons Club I .cut./ ea es a-
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    Newly installed officers of Or- Pleasing Prices II:' &: cese, r.cn- New Walch1'I1C
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    Club . The following officers Dining Room Open 12 to S P.:M. !
    were elected . Mrs. Hilda Rogers, Lounge Open Until: 12 A.M. : $2975I'
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    -... e' Bert Roper of Wmii Oaeisl. vi..' I p ni. .
    !.< HHOLISMAPPLIANCE / I LuncheonTomorrow j George McCain awl. J. Ml/1r ten.r,. ft.-:: #* a '
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    .i\ Active and alumni members of
    ; ji Sigma: have Alpha a luncehon Epsilon fraternitywill meeting III CONY ALESCEHT HOME '.

    ... ...":. . < Monday at the Southland Res- I II I I II
    taurant at 12:30: p.m. I 3114EAm... ii.I .
    i,4 At this time plans for Summer : 1
    CENTER rushing will be discussed. and all
    SAEs in this vicinity are requested -
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    . to attend. Persons planning :1 I
    Yea., H..u I IfipFaneesll to come have been asked to call .
    Jim Bovie or A. T. O'Neal.
    r rtr. v. If Mfflft Isis: Active members of SAE are: f'I A cheerful he.!try f' : ,. ;
    Donnie Jung. Elmer Atkins. Jim I II
    f) Bowe. Bob Daniel Younz; Daniel. : I II: Nurse in attci ri.irt' viI'ETLKSHI' 'I'
    Eidson. B. P. Nelson Bob -
    tt MIM M Telephone 2-3736 George 1.1, i
    Jack Lee. -- -
    .. Lilley Russell Hughes.
    .. T If -I MN.aaMls .. > Leon Kazansas. Bill Steed. William i!
    G. Edwards of Zellwood. and iI
    Roger Seidner of Windermere., MJ I If I
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    Alumni include: Dr. Lindsay .oOR '
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    McJordan W. W. Arnold. A T. \\.
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    A GROUP OF COLLEGE STUDENTS who will n -
    ... 1 "11"- w flow tar ... 1 It's fun ttInel.ilment
    model! the fashions Fulmer I
    I newest in campus in Annette Peter Katherine Gray, Jud ,
    t 4bnlr .. M MM/ r stilt ..._.. 1. beeausoCOOPER'S I "College Capers," a show to be sponsored by Jerry Chamberlain, David Pittman, and Mason'' i

    alas .... t....g M+M. .MMt M! ..... I Dickson and Ives and Rutlands Friday night, :' Wharton. The show, which is being given in 4th Floor loan : 'fK ?

    I ,Aug. 15, at the Municipal Auditorium, are 'I''I'I connection with a collegiate dance at the FIRST NATIONAL BANK N ?jJ T
    Aritis.rha. Lr .M .t4s.k .HCIa. I pictured above. They are from left to right, I auditorium, will be presented in two acts and Uratwt Federal Drtmtt> Iraoranet corp.rriI ,
    first Allie Lee Dunaway, Frances Bethea, life. All Cen- .t"t .
    row: 'I six scenes depicting gay college ----- ;; ...'
    MUSIC STORE Barbara Rinker, Margaret Phipps, Mary Brink- tral Florida college students will be invited to I I INGRAM & INGRAM f
    man, Virginia Allen. Second row, Mary Jane I II i the affair and admittance will be by invitation
    OPTOMETRISTSSuccessors WE INVITE YOU
    A c...e 1 ,.' Ph, 4652 I Atwood, Bobbe Barber, Jo Anne Pleus, Eliza- only. College board members who are direct- :
    t beth Ricker, Donna Evans, Jack-Lyons, Jackie ; ing plans for the event include Elizabeth I to MEAD'S I See the new toy and fMW.t _s scull !A .*. ..< *.
    -- -- Lewis, Bryan Murchison. Third row, Mac Mc- Allen, Peggy Gatewood, Bobbie Lane, Colleen Nights, Sundays. Holidays 8386 pendable stand-brs. Then ... attU ., (ice 1"I.
    Coy, Nancy Asher, Guy Riley, Joan Hiscock, Kenney, Joyce Ammerman, Jim Wheeler, Bob 104 X. Orange Ate. Phone XJX, I ahead to enjoy gym Mt wadmq paM r.. -- ,"s

    Jack Jones, Judy Meredith, and Walter Car- 'II Daniel, Dick Hayes, Bob McLeod, and Tom .. beach toy*.
    Other models not in the picture are Kenney. -
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    I tttiMflVIEW{ BLIND i 0 LIVING ROOM SUITES SACRIFICED BEDROOM SUITES MARKED II.pr. .

    Reg. SALE

    _'rtnllttlirutsKIOF I; I Large p re-.r group quality fine..Ning. ..bark. ..and. .channel.. ... bark chairs- all 98.50 59,50 6 vanity- blond bench walnut, night table bedroom suite: S.draw" .hr.t f ... ..1..) :< .

    I Z'IN'. "fb bottom double coil spring, overstuffed living room
    j t, tUltf.Brown blue and old rose ...... .. ....... .. .. ... .. ... .. ... .. 270.00 22950 S-pc.poster Colonial bed mahogany bedroom suite with f nfl slot. F...... 'I A r..'It... 11-


    If Irf',,'',I raI Solid! ter. mahogany lint of sprinrs frame. .18th.. . Century. .........sofa....... m.very. . high.. .... .grade...... .. ....50 198.50 <-pc. decorated walnut bedroom suite. Un ........ piaft jlla. 18. j _
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    I i Solid mahogany frame Duncan Ph1fe 5ofa. Comfort and k
    {crake at a real saving .............................. ....... ................................ 23000 169.50 5-pe. antique white bedroom suite. !Flue' erohi. e.al 11II 1.lot'. ..
    looks . . ..... .. -.u 0
    I 2. high grade tapestry covered, double opting constructed!
    I 1I.lnr pe. room suits... .. ... .. .m..m........... . ..... ...._..___. 183.60 119.50p i.pc. solid wood mahogany finish dre'*cr {stir.A .... &4'\' _
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    !.pr. modern... high grade. .blond. .. . .frame. .... ....living.... room .... .,......... 349.50 249.50 l-pc. high i grade Vermont maple bedroom "
    I ,.It '" suite. . ... ............ ................ . __ .. a.so _

    DINETTES! 5-pc. chest-on-chest Colonial mahcnf ...... +..
    I DINING ROOM SUITES! A real buy! -.............................. 2aSG! _

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    !teal p11e. glass top and si>< rhaits. 99.50 59.50
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    3-pc. wrnofbt iron ports iniu: chair, r wtft, 1a
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    t 1 pr .betel eat dining room suite 219.50 189.50 and ettee-tail cloth corer
    tn4 .a new lDodera

    .. ;,!I''! Lpe. O.NU rhft maboraD dining room_suite. . 529.SO 469.50 t-pc and.table aluminum_ _.law toil.: I U*.. f_rluiri" ".
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    I tt..pr.t alrt 118'._Nk. -diaeue_.... _;_china"_H'._boHet' table, 229.50 179.50
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    With intent neither to boast, crag, apologize or bog,
    we want to tell the good people of Orlando and Central
    Florida about our new radio station. . The sta-
    HOW WE SPENT THE $250,000.00Land tion of the Owl Insignia---WHOO, which is scheduled -
    to go on the air sometime between Sept. 15 and
    Oct. 15.
    cost and clearing .S17,910,12WOBO

    Studio Equipment and air conditioning 5,000.00 We are spending over $250,000 cash money to get
    Improvements 'to Ft Gatlin Studio 6000.00' this new project in action And very little of this
    money is invested in bricks or building.. Practically
    A.M. Transmitter and other equipment, purchased
    from Radio Corporation of.America 35,776,26 all of it goes into the purchase of fine, last-word
    equipment. . For four months have had
    now we engineers -
    Towers, Purchased from Truscon Steel Go.
    and 76 sheets expanded' copper ... 31,122,60 and expert radio technicians on the ground
    . In addition to this we have traveled three men
    Supplies from various sources for several weeks and we are at present keeping a
    Wire, switches, rods, c 1,942,85
    copper man in the North . It has been the duty of those
    I transcription player' I 176,00
    men to remove roadblocks that constantly creep up
    Di!:a Equipment, Desks, Filing Cabinets, chairs, in the manufacture of the towers and other equip
    Sewdscriber equipment Record Cabinets,
    Typewriters and etc. 2,680.21 ment. 4

    FH. transmitter . 28,415.00 We are building the best that money will buy. . Andwe
    4" Well by Libby & Freeman 837.23 are schooling a staff of radio talent which, wt
    Transmitter+ building (Clayton Construction Co.) 12,263.12CiaiUI hope, will be on a parity with the quality of equipment -
    ) cable and transmission line 13,553,17 '. we are purchasing.All .

    Tower installation .,. 8,000.00 of this, because we believe in the present and the
    FJ. Attena 8,400.00 future of Orlando and Central Florida.
    Grind wire and installation 3,000.00
    Trawftrwers 1,200.00Power This new radio station is being constructed by Or
    and Telephone installations ._ 8,500.00 lando Daily Newspapers, Inc. Management of these
    papers moved into Orlando back in 1931 and since:
    Slwlta and Audio equipment 10000.00'
    that time has ploughed all of its profits back into the
    fees for .__
    ElIcl 1.tHing testing 5,040.00hIirna
    newspaper or in other Orlando and Central Florida
    bases 5,000.00 investments . It has no interests in other newspapers -
    Phasing equipment.. 12,000.00 . It has all of its eggs in this one Central
    PrdMftHy i Expenses, June, July, August Florida basket and is proud of its investment. . It
    ad September.. at $7,500 30000.00 believes in Orlando and Central) Florida today as wN
    Estinattd expenses incident to opening 10000.00; as tomorrow and expects to continue to improve

    Total cash outlay for WHOO-AM & FM $256,776,56 both the newspaper property and the radio property
    along with the growth and development of this cem-
    ing area . .We firmly believe this region's growth
    in 10 years will amaze the entire nation-and we art
    planning to serve the oncoming population.


    WHOO Will Cover 40 Counties from Orlando to Jacksonville, to Palm Beach from Gainesvilleto

    St. Petersburg and down to Ft. Myers. This is a Population of 1,222,512

    WHOO WILL CARRY ABC NETWORK.. .10,000 Watts. . 990 on Your Dial


    WDBO'S FT. GATLIN STUDIOS NOW BEING .

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    CONGRATULATIONS Vocational School! Makes Ready I PAINTING-TOTAL PRICE $iD .
    TIME LOAN CO. Our $2500 Paint Job Is only" USM ustaioraer tr"'
    extras-our finest Deluge jato M et/. AG.e
    To Open Classes Next Month !j e pnced according to yom
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    If you took time to visit the Orange County Vocational 12 W Colonial Wt can terN a.....,. tag/.. IMIaI
    FIXTURES BYBROS. School, a part of the public school system whIch occupies ,
    a red-brick building at 325 Magnolia Ave. the first thought i --- ---- -
    FLYNN INC. striking you might be that the words vocational and i;\
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    school have equal ueichthaleirr 1 I i I' k
    1215 29th Stre t Orlando, Flo. Phone 5317 ;.' $ \\' the subject time '!'aid. who wish "to learn the trade I!' C
    after time your guide would ay of their choice for practically
    "this is the classroom for theory nothing" or to better themselves The Plate Glass and ?]
    and this is the room for in their present trade. I

    .. ,........ their fine practice" Those visiting the school may I II
    U> r | IB Ijun Company on new the school suitable for :
    Although operatesthe courses
    err....... and tiiriMl,tr best wishes for their success and around attendance is in see automobile equipment mechanics, welding Vitrolite Front at J
    ,., ...... year 'I
    i.e4Nc t. Ur. about doubled in the Fall and wood working architectural drafting ,
    Winter months and last week the radio repair beauty culture ; >>
    IW ,tit)thins Electrical Vr Our yMs:fI6y theory that preparation is of value bookkeeping machine bookkf'epi i Time[ Loan Company ;
    C.si,kit Unc .( Applunrn and Uchtinr flltartlr..tcbllJhed was being put into practice as ing and secretarial and clerical .I II
    1r, k equipment was readied for classesto
    1313 start next month. I workAlso for commercial art. machine were installed by )te
    Jess R. Leach director said shop work aircraft en- isine I
    JOHNSON ELECTRIC COMPANY j.: classes are open to all persons 16 I mechanics aircraft mechanics I I '
    years or more old. as well as to and radio communications. -
    foot ,\('.)Hr<>RTFDMrrrhanU high school students and empha-I' I FRENCH MIRRORPLATE GLASS N \,;j
    Contractor x sized that all instructors hate had I H Bernard Robinson, some of : IS
    n r. o."h '$'. Phone 5186 I jraw extensive training as well as experience whose paintings are on display at II'II'I 75 West Pine St. f 1
    : in the trades which they I the school. will resume teaching
    teach. commercial art classes after fI 't
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    - The registrar may be inter-' turning from his native .1
    viewed at the school or by telephone -i which he is visiting for the first I i
    2-2044 by those. Leach time in eight years.
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    Washington, D C., currently are visiting friends and relatives
    here after touring a large part of the State The young men .
    TIME LOAN CO. estimate they will cover 4,500 miles In all, and while traveling,
    sleep in "jungle hammocks" purchased for the trip. Jennings I.
    ; OFFICESAIRCONDITIONED goes to Maryland University, and Boyd to Washington Missionary -

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    i State TB Casualties Show IncreaseWith ., .

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    For YourCOMFORT coming from Orange County five-month period last year was
    .Florida has had 39 more tuber- 11 this year %3. while comparable -
    culosis deaths in the first five State figures were 299 and I/O ,> I
    months of 1947 than in the same 338. .
    period of 1946, Dr. Leland H. Strain and tension during the Ei llill .0.r. .
    health officer. said i >
    I Dame county war years. the moving about of
    t yesterday on the basis of a provisional -: people who unknowingly were 0'
    report from the State Board spreading tuberculosis and the .
    of Health. I shortage of both personnel and .
    By I--- ---- ,! equipment to control tuberculosis .,
    I are the main causes of Florida's
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    increased death rate according to
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    S Dr. C. M. Sharp, director, bureauof NOBODY I .ae1rj .
    WATCH tuberculosis control State .+au
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    H.A.DAUGHERTY &CO. IldUCdl caiffflx Mrs. Lynch Vacations ,,

    Mrs.Doris Lynch. 169 E. Church boa yet be.- ebIe to .... \I
    : tOUNtON .( IUMIY N. prh/0 probbm ORLANDO. FLORIDA a St., is leaving today for a three- o ...au. Nib a Ilelal w. .... '....
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    MIMIft 1 IN |A. '.,01 DA tUHOIRS. IXCHANGI [a/1 1 atiyrln 01 llwr ke M will visit New York. LO-TUBES 1 b.l ':I; .:::-.4 Mess .

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    >TWI SOLVK YOUR FINANCIAL t FOR Deuvunrt'
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    Covers Central; Florida Agricultural Interests the Morning Dew Sept 1-6--Anal Poultry BMMtM/. a M
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    Farm Cash Receipts Total $413 Million Oct. 20-Sale.I M1 Ia Om i CIIIIt Qllr Ia. ... I

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    Page 26 thc unfcm fi'rnimri-g'tar Orlando, Florida, August 3, 19471 4I I, -

    Bull ll Drawing __ r Fruit Industry I

    Avocado Crop Cover Crops Direct Fruit Sal. ,.


    lop Interest Hide Seminole Leads SalesTotal

    Reported Short Gain 15 Per Cent

    It A4. 141.., Celery Lands cash receipts from Florida
    f farm 1946
    marketings during were I MCI COON
    .... n.. .. '. -:: Br HERB MOSHEROur Br MAYME HODGKIN 413071000. an increase of 7 per ORLANDO Shipmrn' "f Fl-.r "i- +
    sea .srer h Ft ::- ( Own Correspondent] fOur 0<" Staff ,
    increased '1"rl'p > ,., .-- t H
    .Howe ,1-K and U. S. Bureau of Agricultural Eco- sumers \ e *
    &:. .. ...: r. GOULDS-Florida has only care SANFORD of celery-seedbeds Completion is about nomics reported today. season over the pre .A j* .. *. S...- \ \ .cfW.... f **.* r
    tea.1 1Mglt+ PMtIr AM. !" >Ts. ::"_"7 _I i4 x ;a one-third of an avocado crop this all that is taking the attention of Forty-two per rent of the Express Frt SKppcrs: V' ". e'p..rt.n ....*..

    ... 1M orb hN M \LaO fla11res1 -A 6 t season and the earliest varieties I Seminole County farmers at pres- State's agricultural income came Voles: sad there v.c 'c 4- 1'-:1: paaap> ..t,..,.t to
    ...... Alt 11 now are starting to move to mar- ent with many of them still on va- from the fruit industry with A.s "m.ee* e.esM ,. I* *..
    Malt ....1hAe at. .. .... ket from this territory Johnny cation. Most of the beds are in cash receipts of $175,725,000.This e-resas.e*' ". e. ..-
    It. ....... k,...... Hi Ik. IUr Mathews, a leading grower and but still under cover and most of was a rain of almost 5 percent 1.'r4t .tlll.II . 1 .... '' ,
    Ins .... ... aft lipid)' ,..... shipper in this important &\0- I the celery land is under heavy over 1915. var Thto .s5 t l's., ..1Ita.
    .. ... tA..4 the ... 4r'aA cado-lime territory, reported yes- I stands of cover crop, mostly cro- Oranges alone accounted for 1 -' 4N faWMT
    .4h4 ....**rs *f tfc twain. a terday. talaria. $127,564.rtth grapefruit returning '% __Lil. ..**...
    .... r:I=t.'ty afrt 4 la The variety of avocado now In the Ovifdo, Slavia Zell- $43,815,000. haedsl lie .... I a .. eI f
    ....... ... perN tort to sax first moving is the Fuchs the earliest wood districts it is expected that Growth of the vegetable Industry 1 ....... A 1teM si .. M.J .
    1st type known. This is a West Indian transplanting: celery from beds was comparable, with cash receipts ... BIMd r e1j,1 flMr.iI. i
    t4 tfcfc ta e.** a t I.. type of avocado common in to field will begin this month of $115,261,000 during 1946. 411 dMrsm Mtwepnsle111ei' ...4si J
    pM ....$ ..... "." fc. u r.M Cuba. with the crop to come off in Truck crops sold for $101,847.000 A ...-- ..... b. err ..
    .... ..... __ M ha 1'f411'' ._. -- cember. This is. with the while potatoes brought $10,342.- a-c es.awI
    ... .f Ik. mint 1" "il "Prices on early avocados so which is De-I 000!
    N ** f ception of Slavia .. .
    UP FOR SALE the 40 animals to be sold the far have been very good." Livestock and its 'III's t..ut ,
    peheeae .. fckteryEH ." : Among quality at land all muckland celery. products 'fr... .... .g C f
    j>uii.Mil one Hfte&o 282 Is first annual South Florida Brahman sale at Arcadia, Aug. 15, Mathers, said "but they shouldbe Large trucks have been passing brought cash receipts of $80- ,"''''I.- ..... n.. ,.,.,
    ... a**** M M VMM eN and toN is Sir Heroto 166, entered by Stuart Brothers of Bartow. of the considering the small size through Sanford State Market for 247,000 for a gain of 11 per cent art r...... Of 4 ... .. -
    .. .... ... crop. which being over the preceding year. :Meat
    .. .*.* MV u one weighing cattle are 1'.0. Sit r a rw1tvvtlh. .
    fill 6ft 1.lAt btreQltttbtia' "It looks now as though we will transported to the A. Duda and animals brought $31,701,000: arMl. ,. :. .rr .ii-.
    have about 30 per cent of a crop Sons Ranch at Cocoa. These cattle dairy products $21,638,000 and .n' 'ett..n HI... pr yp
    r 144 KM aUaH4 tie :Texans of avocados this season in Flor I have been purchased from Dr. poultry $18,026,000.Miscellaneous ; ,,...., 1 Ir' h ur, tr 't. 1
    II .... M m4Mt. Mmf Expanding ida." : Hugh West at his ranch near De- crops such as tobacco # i1wrr..eM
    er.-t lit* tvrntAmnt Quality on offerings has been Land and near New Smyrna and cotton food grains and feed .
    111r inn w. a t.ucM "very good sizes large" so far in number around 800 head. crops totaled $41,838,000 during
    ... ...... K wstMli the avocado deal. Ii The Duda Ranch pastures are 1946. ? ..... 1si.0
    pt, .....- kMH. .f ...... hate Citrus AcreagesExpressing Persian limes are continuing providing much more fine grass April was the big! month in 1946 ,
    ...... ... ........ elMa being to move to market from Goulds I than they need at present and with cash receipts of more than I .. t
    .... M ....... tnI.K -one of the leading lime-shipping i these cattle are being taken there $60 million while March had $55 I SAM JONn
    .. -Sht1 tIIIrY II.. .c 1N 4' concrete confidence in the future of the points in Florida. for fattening and reselling. million. September the slow- : 'y --. .
    .wttjIpw1.w01. M hoaliMeb (i. citrus industry, Texas growers have underway extensive Mathers said that "Weather up I' ---------- - -- est month with less than $10 mil AL VOLES w .e t.r : =--.t. t rses -
    = .slN b. toad a' t4p. .. i lion in sales. thaw. ..
    acreage. expansion programs, John Ford Executive Secre- North until very recently was
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    for the remainder of the rea: . reports increoM.
    .. It..eeMh- ..1 III ....,
    tary of the Florida Farm Bureau reported yesterday after pretty cool ana the demand for "
    .e,11 alai ...... W tw Wn&- son. HAMILTON: CROPS
    .. ...... bbtlM ..*V il a '.Iait to the Lone Slav State., expected limes hasn't, but been not terrible.as good So as far we Limes now moving show "ex- ((4) T ? I l' o _, ,-n ct:tr1 1
    iULOS ..... Mm the I rexu no longer is confining'Mtrlf we have moved just about the ceptional appearance, areery JASPER Hamilton County's
    ..... r..ww..eS M 1w. tn- to grapefruit but is plant- juicy and possess a fragrant crops have made rapid progress!; 1
    same quantity of limes Al Coith
    .* ...... rta. s/M1ltd. tec Valencia on sour stock with moved by this time last we had aroma." The lime juice law insures during the past few weeks as a I Says: ..... J 1'"
    High Costs Spur year and this fine quality and full- I result of good growing conditions
    Ar e tr4 s. AfHcnslcc ...... ;Mme experimentally on Cleopatra this has been quite a surprise to .
    -- j .- tod said I us as the crop is nearly one juice content. it is pointed out. according to County Agent A. E. If your low 4 ;..ed .... ..... .teesA 0 .w0 .ww S N.-t

    Appointed I M'RM soil Grande arc planting Valley Hamlin growers or-al- month later. Mathers"No mangoes said, "but here there this are year,a Nesmith. -- I. of large bra.* I...,. ...... ....... pea .. eepe ... .. .. ,

    atn .o sour stock in heavy soil" Egg Shortage I "It looks this week like there few around Miami and to the hole gwng itra- *.-* *
    Ai New Manager fwd visited the Valley citrus will be a fair supply of limes north of there." grass and it ny W* ......? *. ...!. .. H4 .. .. . .

    fM fur attending the Southern .I simlfar itttf""f.t A teo4 c.-. ... e ..... ..... Y' ___
    Of RJbl>Co-op befit Bwreau Training School\ at Br TUCKER IRWIN Pasturing into the hote end H>i hob ewseid .. eA10. .. ..r.tht ..
    Ills AMeft&O. Our Own Staff Correspondent Cycle For Herds
    .... = riUidlan beetle' has so yes..ia ........ iti palms M W a. 111 r
    tT.1. Tk noted that DELAND-Due to the high cost DEMINGQZ i .. .
    his ;
    ., _II. /esat...lttstipttti .feu. In ,,"IA.... Texas in the of poultry feeds the number of Broken oct its

    ...,. *f .... rltras area the chickens held by poultry and egg by Steady Rainfall Sf/4( #t4 i Of CMrw th.e.. I.. h.. .hi-fi fir11M0 fI ... ... 411.s
    *. a.Mt a ..I, liar broads .f tanned or- producers in the county has been
    earealer.. of sail J..* MI sal. were all from sharply curtailed according to W. By BOB GRIFFIN wl..eI, "'.r .rl.t. p.. ..... MI tr -. Ito .. M -
    at ate"wP.e. ''i. tiitirN. pb' fbrtta. Rrpmentlng Florida J. Platt Jr., Volusia County Agent. KISSIMMEE-With(Our Own Staff Correspondentl ARE RELIABLEYears of tie MM v"r, Nt ...t !*.. AWe .. t1tiaD O tA/ .:
    ;I< ...._ ate canned j.-lr. from Winter I Many large chicken flocks have rainfall in the Kissimmee River of trouble free service.
    n..... r.rt Meade and Dade been sold in spite of the high Valley nearly double what it was last year ranchers are Require DO attention. A complete host m..y atkt *HM .*.* .4D M M ...... r .e .. trsl
    - ._- -- price of eggs he said. Also many watching their choice Summer pastures dwindle to a point stock of parts on hand at of your frovfldl.ORLANDO.
    HirAit tHatim to ham I talked people who in the past have kepta where 50,000 commercial Brahman cattle will soon haveto all times. Write or
    MM tfcty .rrt reordering Florida few chickens to provide for the phone for prices ZSgNvrrrr
    RJftCMrS'I be moved to higher round or else.
    I ..... Mi* for sale in Texas." family needs and a few customers: Irlo
    NUKSIIIIS
    Bronson. president of the<
    have sold all of their chickens.
    lr sddtd
    S iesa. fW a4 that Texas growers thus adding to the shortage of State Cattleman's Assn., says the J I' explained that the loss in weight FAR&HOI11fl1ACHIAER
    normal cycle pasturing large 1 /M s. .... Ae.Maio. ..
    s
    . ..... 9t the opinion that they fresh eggs produced in the county. I due to long distances some herds
    herds in the area has been broken
    ..aeM pro**** cHrus cheaply Now is the time for poultry this year and that succulent must traverse in passing from C 1MMLADKAPIA
    osy..ab i. mate money and werea.t owners to begin selling their old Summer to Winter pastures is .
    growth on vast of marsh
    acreages I I .
    td no small factor in determiningcattle -- r.- i awLAW J.
    lee dteaurac over postw -
    hens which are to be replaced ::a
    pastures has literally been Alo4t-I$ ...V.-l ttae teatiawfl
    pn.*' ..ntlaoks.te with pullets. The older chickensare drowned. profits-or losses."There's I. W. ANDRE.. rrttlde.tORLAnDOFLORI -
    ...
    IIb'M .m. M Irritate extenTrias now fat and bringing good Figures released Mrs. nothing much we can A IIYNr
    a,.. ctttus trovers have prices, and by replacing them Lake U.s. Weather by Bureau GeorgeA. observer I do but move 'em," he said, rue-
    a imm r pest rontrol problem fully. - -
    with producers the I
    younger egg for
    ... ........ California and maximum laying productionmay Kissimmee and environs Even if the water recedes soon
    bear out Bronson's words,
    P .rti. ptt.dis0g the rarm Burg.t be assured. revealing nothing is gained, Gunn added.
    that 18.12 inches of rain
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    ...rMIHy uk!. Marsh grass sours under water
    Many chicken owners have expressed have fallen in the recent 60-day ,
    followedby
    "N as.r W a nu W Trtu pre. and sickness sometimes
    ....... ftHtm shire they mint their backing of the establishment period as compared with but 10.11 death sets in from eating it.
    t4 inches for similar
    lats
    .....alt ........n'.. k. said.tl of a chicken marketin a period L. S. Harris, Bartow cattleman
    ... I .M ...*,.. tk. l'pprrVeil.i Volusia County. year. whose purebred Brahman herd is EVERWEAR
    k4 U bat. a t-day Bronson outlined the system pastured near here described the .......... 1iIeIhb I. permit the i Folks Around of pasturage used by ranchmenin I situation as "one of those things
    1 1F lawn Vattr !. itt ..' )" I this region as one in which : a cattleman has to contend with."
    1i i Iar4 nd that citrus i Central Florida cattle are moved in the Springto :I He said his choicest Summer pastures -
    marsh pastures where lush I were the ones under water.
    two .-ker growth In TIGHT AlUMIHOM
    lDCN-
    ,.... *Mli many tvo-year-old (c r* :. '. T-e Sender, Sent;nel-Star! grass exists for them until near I Bronson. State Representative
    ........ M a s4a t of devrtopH LEESBURG former plant the end of October. for the people in this district
    tlrt tilt > 'iVftffd by most breeder is Glenn H. Lucas of 1502 "Now we're moving back to Winter : summed up cattlemen's view- I
    I} ">b. ,h ,net wttl tHt years of West Main SU Leesburg. pasture four months ahead of points on the question of ade- ROOFING i
    ......" Lucas. who is now a field repre- schedule. but the worst of it is quate water control for the region -
    ti..oeot ue..nWv' trrft' hareM sentative for Wilson & Tommer that well be grazing our cattleon when he said that thorough 1
    M M...W after they are 20 |! Fertilizer Co. was a plant breeder pasture we hoped to save until study by competent scientists GIVES YOU. s
    t. M uses 111. he Mid. for the Ferry-Morse Seed Co. next Winter," the Kissimmee cat- and engineers was needed in ..
    clerics. ps.. brit elder tree He received his bachelor of science tleman pointed out. order to solve Florida's water- w$
    .UII aJL.y ...... .. permit growth of degree in agriculture at thei About the calf crop Bronson control dilemnas. SIRE N 1 1 t
    i .... ... $iM.d tn between i University of Florida. He is a predicted that between 20 and 35 !I "That's why the State recently tf
    .ast ,.... ..... a beartec trove' member of the Kiwanis Club. I. per cent of the potential 1948 adopted the plan whereby $150,000will .
    W 't C'1 .Msgtaal/tD I Lucas was born Dec. 29, 1910 at I harvest will be missed due to brood be spent to find the answersto
    -- -- I Mulberry. He has lived in LakeCounty cattle not being in condition. And problems such ue face now in
    -; Mr -*** & H .... Ifc* ... 4f lte.. dry corn :, for eight years is married likewise, calves that would have the Kissimmee River Valley.
    ., r IuM1. toA..al eenutn 10 and has three sons. His hobbies sold as "top grade animals shortly "Someday, I hope, well have a What do you look for when you buy rooARz1Isn't
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    .. M pw MM at awe of water. are fishing, hunting and fanning. will now sell as "boners" because control system that will do away
    it a roof that won't come apart at the
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    .. I chances for fattening them with drowned pastures-and at the
    further have been rained out. same time it ought to be a control seams? a roof that won't leak? a roof that
    County Agent June Gunn system that will offset drought if won't come un-naHed? a roof with stmgth _
    veteran cattleman in this region it should occur."Bronson declared. where strength counts
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    m-rt Beliefs -- i I Orlando, Florida, August 3, 1947 ehr unbay Srntinrl-&tar-- -- P.e 27 m

    Crop PrtnUiction
    Program UsfedMcOuarrie - -


    .. ...... Citrus Exports HOMy Off,


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    .. ..... t to ,j' ,.., 'h.' the' M.f B..k.sNSppCen'tt 4

    --. t .. rh... r,"1e .. them Top $$47 MillionExports FUi .
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    'If.4 4 .. ,. t\ P' test W i.r1a the .NN7gDlsrlr ... Ir ORMUND POWERS .. f *
    ':;'r ::orre: < onden'1 J may < "
    .. ... M ...Irew. r is I . .
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    and refit ar s. -
    ::.1 Afros PARK-Recent development > I of fresh prnrwM tteq ct ...
    at the USDA Laboratory m t 4 I citrus from the Unied States turn .. .
    .. ... w .. rCtral "
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    11r MrM4.NI Orlaoda and the Citrus
    : wro Experisent I
    191. to Apnl 1MT t totaled ..
    . 1M .... M tIM.tOrr ... ftutton in Lake Alfred, as i July. ..... .. #c* kmrMy
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    'r = ..... ..... U'ssb .rtl. M the economic situation and 511 approximately $47 m.l:ion Uw l'S 1r .- i

    ; ,.. :fJ- .. 4 tIr U' .... sdIM ouUMk will be discussed; during Depti of Agriculture laMS ,.. ,.I.alr.. as/i1.>. -..
    "'" 111 M>w tlMr pPSAt"" tat the Itth annual Florida Citrus terday. aM -of. -. "'. ... n' t.Mttlo li
    .... ... Institute Camp McQuarrie. Aug. I '} /
    ., J -, This represented a fc*.t .rfJ7
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    -awtit.i million over" the 14. M
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    .. It,. II. Harold Hume, provost ,. I .
    ..... .. .... t tI : t a1Mn1 for acrtrullure at the University: period with almost 14 mMka. III T- rf ftiOOM
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    )Q1 canned grapefruit >M > "" "" .
    .. ..... ... f fUrlda. II. G. Clayton di- k- \, '
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    sM.wb of H lit-
    for meat e
    ., ..... rec4.t .f the State Agricultural : -4. counting IIIJJI-. S .. .Yrftas a'rr. ..
    ea .s +eM+du I lUmUn !Service, and Harry t 'v'X < ': creases. III=...... ....,_ 'Is

    .. ...= u ..e'Mlea.. f IU..n, district acent with the : ,";' '''''r There were 6.4M.MO Maw fit at Irri/
    J" .
    .. .nnMMe .
    ta..rn .. &!.... 1 .......t I'.r", Credit Administration of oranges and tan.armes ..Irted "... U'h e '"
    ... C..fembU, ...... t.... .. .
    .a lit ....... ttrnbstw are slated to be for a value of 125. Of Uua. tai .
    aw a+nost the principal! speakers. > the Growers AdminiatraUw CemnutUe tllat Ua. e.mt .....
    I + '" 11't "jf said 155M bU' ..... to 551IS wd .. .
    H INmnx.
    br.ra.s County Agent, Ta-
    exported from Florida partI. there eoilcU'
    .' t .; 0.U' vare mho u accepting resen'atlOfta "iY: K Grapefruit export totaled 2. :- ws.d MIM b. MM
    Spa ,--a- for the seek. says the 4-H
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    sv As 369.000 boxes for a raise of H LIMO
    [ 1 .. Club rasp in the Ocala National rxr .
    s<
    < ,. .. = 677.000. a0f. -
    ... ..... L *J--: fore near Astor Park can accesssudale Exports of orange juice ........ ::..
    .. ... aIwN 1W persons overnight. Iy 4987.000 gallons for rtlue of M .in010Ls -
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    w: __. oJ".. ... rat:. +i :-Teen.-ew r "N Others can (r.IBM who. place brunt their to park own trailers them. ____ ments 618.000.totaled Grapefruit 7J01.00 juice gall n.t..- U'-le---- ..

    tfA s1u 11aw are ekpected for each day'sprarasa.
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    value of $3383.006 [ ..
    1rw 14111 L
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    --- &. : ... 1ed61M. d tlsralso Meals mil] be served at Citrus exports far out-....... ......d r___ fII -- ,
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    -.. .. 't .... .- -._ .. 1 -ItalisUauoa those of apples their amrctt< .- I Y. rail t iii a ictM /

    area-. ....... +->..r.-.Lis.Term Ir.nr KM***. A.... 2 begins$. and at Oir.2 Clay-p.m. I 9 .Y petitor in fresh fruits There win sr..... her. I
    r Mee' M 3858.000 boxes and ... I.Mull. 1M.twO.pLs .
    .. Ha *U1 speak on the first pro-
    j=::, .IM roiaeasea r
    .,, eiiaEz. of apples exported for a total vsibis bIMU UIIIr"" 1 r.U 11nns IIIIIt' 6
    .., .- ..... I---r..ttaw.w.rslew" .......M. tan at I p.mltt..day's speakers from the . . tL- I of $17'2 million. ...... ,'-ai .... ai0irsw
    .... .ilal. 011th.
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    .. "a t1 pt.rlMroors.al I "It l \ Miplmpiral' Fruit Field i I
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    .. I A scorched ironing board .ever
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    ( .. ..M ..4 ...... ..nU *>Uttttn In Orlando will discusspttHulton ,. .. I
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    often causes a browniah tUlOe I- i. ",. 54- e
    .. ,.. a'... .... i it falcate diseases. iron !: r '. ... appear on white d.tbs el rbt w ,. ..... # r* ...' 1
    t4ttrK. greasing better hand- : '. 3 ..'.' t'
    ; : : ironing. ... .. .. rig
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    M : teri [h t Production mm.tmt Include and r..t Itn.tock C.*. P.Speakers Reece, I IL T '<:. : 'r'.,';, -- -" --- .

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    E J. I. I. Child. Mailer Reuther, :\ : I

    I Celt, L.1bcls .....n 1'. Miller. J. R. Winston I I :, j jtaxi P
    II. (iirdner and Dave White. I w
    $,tufts, jt, ScbrngfttlMt / Nome till present some observation :I BUYERS GIVE A QUICK ONCE-OVER to the view of the rapidly expanding market, which .. a

    of pest control by tree handled more than $2 million in sales duringthe =
    ..... and Dr. O C. Bryan techami offerings of premium tomatoes at the Fort I A t. t
    I 1946-47
    ... I' poAtftMteMB season. Many improvements to iS
    director of the Soil ScienceJtoiodauon Pierce State Farmers Market
    -= .. .. __ .. ** ..< x 'f. flMt MSIt auctions during the market are M. E. ...
    I being sought by Mgr.
    : .... r fr..*.. k. M. MB.- Lakeland will talk on the multimillion dollar n..F .i 1
    : selling season
    as
    i Williams and St. Lucie Chanes I NAN C I N(}
    ! .' .. -. rr.r.. the (MM of tlM laflueoce of toil treatment on I I County Agent I'I'I .... 1I
    1 I* the rempBJition of citrus leaves. I shown in the top picture. Below is a partial I D. Kime.
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    I I!
    i hsir/.4 .. T11.I.asM DMA Hume's address will feature -
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    \t* Tuesday evening session. lei
    I"4x ., ... It ell.*MM a i.. IbnR
    ....1 ale rtlsltf0i Witonaay. will be lInn over .M jjI
    t 'as. lsIaaM0ali1 .. ...... i .... .... .largely M discussions of economic IWith $2 Million in PROGRESSIVE GROWBR
    i >> Mee e:11: r .dw sets.p .. -... of the citrus industry. Dr. Sales '
    IT
    J Warne Rift of United Growers
    : S h.eaet Ann All aatf Shippers mill speak on the The ...... .f t'eew .i'..... ...'... .. 'w ... NIs *.

    ..;a uty 1..U' iNss ... a. ........ sere future of citrus marketing. Dr. for idiOWHMha .
    to _. ,M. Iasa Is' ... .tR. it red ...... IrrdI. M O l Hamilton of the College of : Market Plans ExpansionBy c4lt .. romp.- .toilalnNaiir __ la.

    Ii .,.. _... ...-. . sere Nbt4b trrr...0IIIIIIr-.--, ..fer Agriculture ta ttie processing" will) point inoustry.out trends while and Mummifrt ...... .asdnl r.01rI ...... .

    ere . .. ... .. Ot C V Noble head economist at DICK COOPER I i Kime here are the' proposed improvements frees on platform Unit No 1: com- I I L".H te.r ........ .. M U M. .M. ....
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    .. ...... .. the Fxperiment Station will point T\ 8 S-fn-i-. e" ""! ","n" -'ar! \" n.!!r" designed to increase plete rewiring of platform Unit i i ba4i.54. --.q. --- ...... .
    I ... . -4 !.... Mee reds to Trnd In recent grove plantings. FORT PIERCE-Any business capacity at the farmers marketto No 1. install communication sys- : "...... f::- __1K-. CK I:tlr.1 tt01i tIN wtMei
    t. a... ".%.. ,.....I Ii (>r..lh and trends in the ex- which can boost its volume 5.000 meet expanding sales volume: tem with speakers and new ampli- tA"'H'*( ..... w Moil10 010 .. ...... ill
    I pees fruit business are slated : per cent in six years is doing all 1. Railroad spur track from fier. repair building roofs. I onc b .s . .d 11.. tM1MOM a .111 iii
    It lot rfkenvkiAit by AI "<<'ees. sec i right, and that is the record of the Florida East Coast cut off to mar- - --
    t jf n HL 1111_-1 n II retary. florid Express Fruit : Fort Pierce State Farmers Mar '. ket. Cues k-tAr, Td It M

    i chippers A,sn. Not satisfied with its grov ,h 2. Expand Market unit No. 1 400 PANGOLA GRASS 7 CHi'MM A __ ..
    I eh- .L- .lIra Harry Brown will talk on meeting r since 1941-42 of $41,030.21 in salesto feet west to be housed in for packing -
    > : Ute credit' needs .of growers 2059973.65 in 1946-47 Mgr. I i operations. PLANT FOR SALE P O BOX IMT /EMI t'. t.:
    and Dr Ralph L. Miller. Plymouth Marion E. Williams and St. Lucie ,i, 3. Widening of streets around .
    Otrut Growers' Assa, will discuss County Agent Charles D. Kime market. SI per bu. If you dig: S2 per ORLANDO HANATIONAL i
    I I she t kind of quality that canners have their eye on an eight-point 4. Erect auction block at west bu. f.o.b. Orlando if we dig. r.
    f/1ttljJ/ : want Dr J. B. Redd will outline program of improved facilities anda end. Special prices for larger quan- Ii: ', . . ;

    1 ne i work of the new citrus school : diversified vegetable production I 5. Enlarge water supply. tities. We estimate 7-8 bu. ..
    a* Southern College. I to spread out the thin spots between 6. Improve drainage system from necessary per acre.
    YM.rM'liLly' Staff members of the Citrus Experiment peaks of the tomato crop. I, beneath market units. I ..
    Station at Lake Alfred The production area covered I 7. Erect packing house and add W. K. PRICE f 00 "i.

    wa:. take up most of the Thursday I by the market spreads westwardto 100 feet to Unit No. 5. and'50 feet 246 S. Orange Ph. 6385 "-
    Dr. AF.. will' to Unit No. 2.
    r a.r ptofitam Camp Okeechobee and Brighton I( Orlando Fla.
    jumraariae\ the status of tristezatnrestutations. south to Fort Lauderdale and i 8. Maintenance: six portage of-
    -mss 4# L. i
    W. Thompsonwill north to Brevard County [
    speak on new insecticides. Dr.J .
    The market operates strictly on '!
    o T Griffiths on scale-insects. C.
    Liflk basis," Kime. i I
    an auction explained
    R Stearns Jr. on oil deposits in .
    all the East i
    "Buyers ship over
    Kale sprays Dr. R. F. Suit on foot
    from here. )
    and water damage. Dr. B. R. .
    4* i lot
    I "How ever, we do need more buy-
    utilization of fertilizer
    fudge
    on

    H.W J Sites Reitz on on the arsenic quality sprays problem.Dr andJ ;; ers are truck trying for other miscellaneous to than encourage tomatoes.variety an expansion So we of r 6 Here's howtelephone it.

    J. Wayne Reltz will lead a I '
    !
    of diversified acreage including
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    r panel. discussion on producing
    ,, such other commodities as
    quality fruit. cucumbers." fi
    The Institute will conclude Friday "We are trying to work into a '! je z. to Copy"Y

    .... ........ ...... ..... .. morning. mixed vegetable season to fill in I ,
    ........ M ar b... between the Fall and Spring tomato : e eri '

    .-. Myra s111s.s West Florida Dairy seasons" explained Williams. > . conversathwssss *
    Rlaaaasl "The Fall tomatoes start moving :
    ..... Planned
    srN Show Being

    !; .... rla>iEw .... ......... .- : ...,.,,; S*- 1i> &-Stcr] tinuing the latter through part of the October middle con-of

    lit t0.rN...fI..prr II tnasslars' .41rpw. bpr CHIPLEY Plans are being laid I I January. The blight is tough on
    for the first West Florida Dairy mid-Winter tomatoes so we have i
    .......... Show. to be held at the City Park ': a lull until the later part of March ':

    R' mll.t '" IIPrtY CI.It. in ChI pier August 21. according to I when Spring toms start shipping. > '
    H O. Harrison county agent. En'nrs "Usually the peak is reached in I
    ... ...
    .
    & T u in two classes, will consist of ; May, but we had a long season this
    ... .....
    :If'.' .. ort.. ,
    dairy type heifers under and over year with the last car the second
    one year old. week of June." i t
    McGee of Zolfo
    -- James Springsis
    - --
    '- auctioneer with Harry Osteenof
    Wauchula as bookkeeper at the it :
    market. 'j s
    Williams who has been manager a
    U. AN Stni Wu4arters j_ of the State market since . Forget peocilW notes aad j.i4 ItaywA

    Oct. 11. 1915, said from 25 to 150 remember every word of yowrSoondScnber
    buyers operate out of the market
    w. electronic re.orilr llal.i
    during the season. u N!
    ... OIIIJ" IKN AND
    f As an example of operations this Every word is penaaaeatifoa am4 .ears1114 Nltlll p

    season in June there was $215.- ; thin, unbreakable plartie i a.a*. t ogre
    11 ..IA& tENT ;
    i lO4IIP 749.40 in produce sold through the i t
    market, which is almost equal the i Misunderstandings are eiiMiwawt. Every ttwi1111111

    entire year's sales three years ago. ) 1M US meaningful inflection -ot both vein i
    Of this green toms totaled $211- t
    ; -
    953 and pinks $422. Cucumber j i crystal dear. Recording sy ke bw1file
    .
    'S.b .
    sales were 1644. There were four j $a transcribed by your secretory. M dai.ih ft

    varieties of squash sold. including j 'the leI11 y\11&ft often with for w.llrl. V .
    i 1Mft Psi 5crbcrc as as you yous ,
    'WHINATIONAL INDUSTRIAL POWER" yellow $407, white $11 acorn $342. 1.
    1 and
    and butternut $2.342. i, \J1PC I in its accurate detail)
    :: : r .. M CRAWLER TRACTORS Bell pepper sales totaled $42. )'fbous 0'1 wads oL 11 set and SooodScnbeT fits any tmiiuMi* ktfi

    black eye peas $65 okra $477 and effi eDC1
    lima beans $384. t 'xits facts electronic machines nvoe& yslit twis 1
    1L .. ti INDUSTRIAL WHUL TRACTORS pr all the
    Other commodities sold through vatne.Gel s.oundon ticct, at your secreUry's ear. LMM
    DIESEL ENGINES the Fort Pierce market include
    110"o in !Our SoundScriber cow-before ymTdephocc a1Y111
    cocozelle squash. Crowder and j
    English peas. eggplant, pineapples ,' spy basisisease or write today!
    and watermelons. j I' 9 w
    During 1941-42 sales totaled I

    )itOOK FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY $41,030.21 for 29,920 units; 1942- II\
    43 sales were 52278.33 for 19.602

    ; 1 :w Barco Hammers and Drillers units: 1943-44 sales were $190.-
    I 868.65 for 61261 units: 1944-45

    'I ..Iliiln -..4.1410i11 Htadrlx Bucket>i Yd. sales were 361944.60 for 89.678 -
    I units: 1945-46 sales were $944.- CHECK/WITH

    ..u ... ...... Pug. Buck.tYd.. 665.25 for 217.943 units. I
    This season sales were more
    .... than the aggregate of the previous -
    -- ... DiMton Chain Saws .,
    five years. During the Fall .
    ... ., , . 192.269 units brought $777.427.60 '
    ... l i.M11 Multlpl.x Radial Arm Saws -- ,-
    and Spring sales of US2,416.05 I
    .
    on %%0,53 units. j '
    As outlined by County Agent - .

    FL KOR6H TRACTOR CO. .

    GROVES AND PASTURES >
    j i I CLEARWATER -t Pmellas 13 So. Main StFXCIUSIY@. l rkH'' .. L
    .AW. TAMPA County groves and pastures are in

    ... I ! 211 S. 12th Strait good condition as a result of recent rains according to County .
    I Phont M2377M Agent J. H.Logan. ; JOu DICRJeER: DeMf

    i/lflriR/ ....*"*,* W. Fishy *ea-Phon. 2.3UI-Orlcmdo GOOD GROWTH hesti
    WEST PALM BEACH-Palm

    A-tc.... OffkM Beach County's cover crops and

    l..., P4rlr Savannah! Waycross. Go. pastures are showing excellent ,
    !, growth at this time according to -
    County Agent M. Mounts.. I



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    a." Jo..b.ty! trntinl. tar Orlando Florida, August 3, 1947 anTRAf r -
    mu- fipRDA| .. DprJ ...., Will f.IIIIII\ I If Ik
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    HANLEY fOGUl 'l_ .I" .e.. .. A .....
    THE QUESTION .. .. ., ..I/A ..-..
    What is the best fi,hms ..*. w lia ..... .', tin .w
    ... around your home town! !..... ....t .. 4 w M. ..,a
    THE ANSWERS ..... a* ....... Ik *.. '..
    n. far ---" M Nw p '". -r
    a R. L. Elsberry, paint and s'.a,<
    pmq dealer. Sanford: I ,ri rt1

    ,
    The St. Johns Ri\r >& ti j r rw
    fishing place: around here I.

    ts no particularspot
    hat I know
    hiu is better 0
    _
    .. 0 a n the other
    ___ and if I did I do
    I not believe Iwould
    tell. I am i
    planning to do
    some intensivef.shinginthe
    : .
    : i
    next few weeks
    to see if there is EKberrT
    a place along the river where '
    big bass like to stay. and if I ;<<< -" S. S. FLORIDA
    ..
    t l such a spot I will give it a K'" .
    q x.W4 work out. Most people aroi.r
    here agree the fishing' u good a .
    along the nver., -I-- .J. ... ..afl
    * :
    ts. .:d. Muffler: mechanic. DeLanrlAH tam ,
    .... ... -
    of the lakes around DeLanrt :2 TJL
    provide good bass perch and
    bream forum
    ::
    s For salt w aT" r - IAN f M A' .
    I fishing I like "> : : : ,
    '10: to Red Shf! rF 4ai
    Inlet near New -
    Smyrna where
    P
    the bass and
    whiting really
    :l' bitp. I do not :- 1 ;

    t1c know of any lake -.1.e9. d. .
    that provides breclllUca! f 4 w J(
    better fishing .
    Muffler8y than others. You RII4 .. MN ...--

    can catch fish in ail of them. I
    #yr have noticed that you find fever See " ,
    t people fishing on the lakes that p .
    are hard to get to. and the fish;!
    there seem more plentiful."
    * *
    ; Ray Franklin used car oo. THCWMIM UV ,,,. \\ I

    Kissimmee: T.{ tart StO W t ...
    "The best place for bass is LatGentry -
    and Buck Lake. Thf'yan
    about 10 miles

    from Kissimmeeand .
    hard to get
    H ua. to. but the fISh-
    ing ts fine and I i

    m F nearly always get ,f" .. ... 'II
    the limit when I . ...
    go the r e. The
    west side of LakeTohopekal -i

    -- .....,i ilJoO" :a onv =T s f's. errs .
    the edge of Kis- '...
    I simmee offers Franklin
    . ; Red Cross Seeking UNDER CONSOLIDATION MEASURE fair fishing; for the angler./ r.!" t .
    Surplus Building Sale SlatedA I finest speckled perch fishin .3; .
    the State can be found af Lais
    Volunteer Typists :Marion below Holopaw. I ti. 2
    ..., t< *. /m.irtiK announced yester- Public School Head found that the lakes out in ?

    ... a n + a.i ... t.. Volunteer typists to assist in country are the best for fisn.n,

    E: .. .. ........ -' ...... Matti, .b.klm have until home service are sought by Orange because they*are*not*fished out;
    U4i4M.. Aac. U. U cuhmlt County Chapter. American I ,
    Nrrr "tW..r tltvaa I Would Be C. R. Hayes news stand ope i
    ... I* %%' IMfke .C Realf Red Cross, Mrs. Louis M. Orr, : Appointed tor. St. Cloud:
    l> .. .... Ja' anvUle.agl i
    >**retf t* i -<
    Is best
    volunteer special services chair- I "Canoe Creek the p.a ?
    "" .-.A iUTANAJ1T the l. pvrtkat pubic .tuft h midnitht.la mMerJtoM man, said yesterday. I EDITOR'S NOTE: It a the duty of every voter m Orange around here for bass. You I a.'
    r County to study the six consolidation bills which referendum catch them t n-r rt
    ..; M. | She listed qualifications as U.S.dttzt'nship. on a >
    in all sues w - ... .... Ta* tnhi ith tnMaUed fitt respect for the confidential 'i election will be held Tuesday. Sept. 9. To make this possible. The v the water :s tv
    .. .. tar elf the buildings Sunday Sentinel-Star will publish a series of articles giving the con- J .
    r MB* M* nature of the work high too0"' Per
    I p
    I II ,c... ..... .. '...w'a .ai thamu add amthary0ANCING 1 I' ARTICLE I Y ./ also be hocked i
    --- and accuracy in typing. Those
    L .., .. t yrss 1 Effective Jan. 4, 1949 the office of County Superintendent '' 1 have been too
    willing to serve were asked to call
    2-0711 Monday. 9 am to noon or of Public Instruction is abolished as an elective office f: :: fishing busy to lately do an bu' t ry

    r TONIGHT 1 to 3 p.m., and talk to Mrs. There shall be neither nomination for nor election of, such I II %. :r# that is where I
    U Georgia Hammond, home service I 4* official in 1943. I go when. I have r. '. Mt ...., ..
    I
    secretary I The office or County Superintendent j a chance. I have
    I LAKESIDE PARK of Public Instruction is I iI Hayes heard that the T..hl1..
    .. .. i if io created as an appointive office, water is too high in most of the
    ri. .. MI..irt Gil, t1131R1e. I effective Jan. 4. 1919. !! lakes around here nofor very A" Awli ..sI WIll _
    .
    cM a.c. Ut:lug. I good fishing. but you can usually
    I On that date the Board of Public catch a few if you fish hard I H.. Iwt yI .. '.... .
    r I! Instruction shall appoint a [ enough.: "

    j county superintendent who shall j -* I W...!... MAtrilr. .. .....
    iltir f. !i i serve as the pleasure of the board ; Elmer
    Now Tyson clerk. John's Cor H.. NwAMIIILLM
    tI ...
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    r I and be removable by its majority ner. Melbourne Highway: .. ,..
    I Playing i vote at any time. His salary shall',' "About the best place I know i ill Alf] ill-
    T81'IG'ICT |I be 7.500 a year, payable from the Lake Marion. The fishing there
    county general school fund in
    ( is usually good
    I George Raft in I II Orlondoan- PromotedA equal monthly installments.The all of the time, -Lr'
    t"WACTKALLY YOURS" superintendent must:
    I "NOCTURNE"With i" and you can hook "
    parachutist serving with the j Hold at least a master's degree r
    /tin Mil "Ut almost any variety .
    D.rt't IMM. .. t4i.
    ea l Lyon Ban 8th Army at Jmmachi. Japan 1 in education or kindred arts. of fresh water : ,l
    ... . ..... S... Raymond Wood nephew of Mrs. I Have had at least five years fish. The water ::9Pu try
    M .> ,.aara Ihw irna till: Velma Westbrook. 1226 W. Jack- 1 practical' experience in teaching is too M r Ftslitr ..
    .sew ****. ,-. la son St recently high inmast .
    L Matti" t.** was promoted to in public schools.
    of the other
    C.. R..
    I .Miw 4'
    \:::.... .- _____ the_rank of private first Have demonstrated not only lakes and the
    his educational but also hisI I fish are all out S.4_ 0awTM. ...
    I practical administrative and executive in the flat pine
    qualifications for handj j land or around Tj* n .. n.. .
    line the office. 1 the palmetto bushes that are won
    I The board must ignore$ political under water. The fish dn't .rite .I'P. i.II..r, ...
    considerations in making the ap- when there is a lot of food avail Yw Ilhksniis ..
    pointment, "it being the specific i able in the flood waters."
    intent of this law to place such i I
    office on the highest possible plane : Since 1944. motor buses have ..
    of merit experience and ability'i, been carrying; more passenger in
    so as to improve as much as pos- the United States than street cars. I I1 4 ....l 0
    sible the educational system of the ,,
    public schools.'' Ntlghi Ir

    Ratification by majority vote in THE HOLIDAY INN Whit Mi .Itililg. III .. ..... ...
    the referendum is necessary to
    .
    1.mated: midway heiwrt.Sanford
    I make the bill a law. !' .and Orb a.* N . e
    C..... fN t. .1/ .a '"'" -
    Highway U-JZ.

    ,, / .r Doors Open 12:41 About one-third ounce of dry WILL BE CLOSEDFrom H..,.., ... .... .. 4 ; ........
    rubber is obtained from each
    tapping -
    of a rubber tree. I Au'. 3rd. through Ait (1 tit H. A .... .. .. ......-


    y :';; ,' r / Th( I4wrRSr Mw" pt TMr rEat I -- Where Discriminating; ; ; People God W.._. n. .oil t
    L1 1' O :, ta#
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    t t' rN Ta4t

    i 1 ope.auOW/ /1JAr. class.'I, I. CL. IXClU\fyt iinm i. till

    V.. t14FRAMkN.. ....
    / COCKTAIL LOUNGE

    ws ta i ir -Old-.rland-tanford- Miw*' htwMn- MaitUn-.n. AUm-- t.-..T...-W.--.. MTV LAed

    w. ....st .........
    I- r ii DINING ROOM COCKTAIL LOUNGE PACKAGE GOODS M ..s"1 ..- ads .trclrlf
    DELMAR ..
    ataag ,
    ...turn o f?Sehrtrrlag6oru" EL PATIO KISS Ml AOAJM

    Barbecues Picnics Milsk< VMS tNMf AY Guy saAi
    fidK its + 'i A tnller relined
    ABIE fRR ; "Dancing under the stars"8i
    Arnold and his Orthettra Wednesdays aid Saturdays
    I S. ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL OPEN DAILY 11 A. M.

    2 SALFor


    to Ili u t Borbora Stone ri tk 3' 19IIot- Starling's Gary DUCK I IN 3971 Blossom Orange TrailW ..:t' Recer4 ... M... .. Jut

    serve the sam deDcwnt foods from noon tin a that A no<..tfll \. .. .. ....
    you get during the evening.
    w French .'.....- ..M w dI

    I Fried JUMBO SHRIMP 51.2C wI. I toM .-..,,<.' M4eV1' 'e'

    .r a- ''I'IJ [la Dating Room 0>hrl J Ji I "0 prs.tir NISI .- .
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    The
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    .J The Xavier Cugat Show, new Summer musical .
    Dibble's
    r ,.. ......: "........ Miss\ Engagement the Latin tM
    . series featuring American rhythms at rat 1
    ... ..... <. m 11dM ;
    ..-.... IJJIIII// ;;.::<;;; To Air.\ Broiunlee Announced p.m.Jimmy the Rhumba King, la premiered over WDBO at I .y 705

    Durante and Joseph Cotton are DoreihvLamours
    I [rrv-ol to T S ,"' -:/ S<., "p'-SMr1 I University and for the past year guests on the Annys Front and Center oY .. UV .. .

    and Mrs\ Ben- has been studying medicine at broadcast at 7:30 p.m. over WORZ MUM .
    ...... \ s c jamin SANFORD-Mr.Frederick Dibble of De- t I Temple University. Lamour sings Make Mine Country Style and That w
    .. T i'c. i Land announce the engagementof i This Fall they will live in Phila- Old Love of Mine. fJ 't1l1L1 t'
    roe t ar.aw : delphia and pursue their studies
    their daughter Betsey Remembrance The Mutual Music Show over WLOF at 12 IS
    together. Invitations will not be ... .
    I
    ... to Harry Gibson Brownlee, : p.m. will present an unusual novelty number I bjr Mrs ) er.N .
    taodeF issued and friends are invited to
    I
    ..* *> son nell of Browrilee Dr. and of Mrs.Sanford.Edwin Dar- 'I attend the wedding. tuners Sylvan key Levin.their Using merle a, set Levin of notes composed to which Variattm ptaa I Mw -:,'II;;, ..... t.'

    .,.,.. .. The wedding date has been set On A Piano Tuner's Theme. Glenn BarN It
    *' for AUK. 21 at 5 p.m. at the San- : The Chandlers tenor soloist for the program. gi.r
    I ford First Presbyterian Church The Salt Lake Tabernacle Choir nine Bach

    r Aka a with Dr. Brownlee, church pastorfor All Breathing Life at 11 a.m. over Mil BO. The :i 1: = r: ':tiri. .;n. &-

    .,Fk the ceremony.past 35 years performingthe Celebrate program also includes organist! Dr. Frank Aiprr a : = I:: ....f. ;
    .ae ill'' j playing Bach's Prelude In B Minor.
    ywtr Miss Dibble was born in East I The University of Chicago Roundtable at 12,M ,t aw.g --<<
    and to De- J.
    Canaan. Conn. came
    Anniversary M a. .
    ,. Land seven years ago. She is a I p.m. over WORZ, presents discussion! tilled The 1 .... v e. ..... .. .
    ,r graduate of the DeLand High 'TP' ":. 'i T 'r r ndcv Ser"'nel' Stnr] I People-Yes. Carl Sandburg, the poet; T. V. South
    p ..School received her Bachelor of COCOA Friends and relatives and Charles Merrlan ol the University. ji.I r5D
    .1. t4e' Science degree from Stetson University of Mr. and Mrs W. W. Chandler. I The Dust Bowl one third of the nation territorial 5. lilt .

    where she was a memberof : of Cocoa Beach, enjoyed a lawn : area, backgrounds: Gabriel Hf alter'* pro
    The Honor of Gamma Sigma supper on the occasion of the gram over WLOF at 7 30 p.m. Its the story Lap. tA
    J Epsilon, honorary chemistry association Silver Wedding anniversary of the : of a father who deserted his mind-swept homestead sea i >N ftII", .

    .$.. : Tn-Beta. honorary biology couple. I and went to California, and of the son who
    association: was listed in Thirty-five guests participatedin remembered it as his home and had faith in the i
    Who's Who in Universities and the occasion. Bowl's future. .iiN.i ,. .,
    homesteading
    Colleges and awarded an assist- Guests were Mr and Mrs. S. A. .
    .. . Osteen. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ennis. i Lena Horne is guest singer on The Big Break
    antship to Temple University '
    .1Pr Medical School at Philadelphia, Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Ennis and over WORZ at 9:30 pjn. Eddie Dowling preside! f1 = != ..

    .. where she will at the same timework sons. Danny and Bobby, S. A. over the program during which unknown talent ta e == .k n"'l
    b* ear III for her Master's Degree in I. Osteen Jr.. of Lotus; Mrs. O H. given a chance on radio. Clarence L. Men u, NBC asr San

    .. c bacteriology.The Chandler Mrs. Theodore Osteen. i vice-president in charge of programs is the guest : su sow '
    ... bride-elect also t Mr. and Mrs. B. M Chandler and Judge a MteN I" II.1:
    was popu- *
    e. daughters. Sally and Linda Mil-
    J.;:. f- s< lar in a great many other cam- ton Jernigan, Mrs. Howard Osteen I Bernard Herrmann leads the CBS Symphony ;: =,

    4* pus activities. and Mrs. Gordon Berlesan. of Cocoa Orchestra: in Schubert's Infinished Symphony Caly.S .ar .. Iv'
    . Mr\ Bro\\nlee was born and : Mr and Mrs. G. M. Coulter ,, >a. 8 hi E Minor over WDBO at 2 p.m. The ..a-. :.

    .. reared in Sanford. graduated from Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Chandler, Mr. program also includes the ,Overture to Aba Hat- "'
    4cIl .. tj Seminole High School and studiedat and Mrs. S. L. Knutson Mr. and !san by Weber, the Symphonic Suite. Antar. ky : i'-1IWt.: '.\\.I. .
    .. the University of Florida before I Mrs. Arthur Fox and daughter. Rlmsky-Korsakoff and Liszt's Los Prelude : : +aa.r .... -
    ..: .. entering the Army Air Corps Phyllis. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Chandler i Secret Naval strategy that prompted the Japanese --k- -

    "* .. ..t l L where he served three years. On I Beverly and Roger Dobson. i to change their grand naval battle plans and T ,
    :t" .. ...... "' returning he completed his Bachelor i Edwin T. LaChance and Billie ,lose six submarines backgrounds the science-drama esIN ltc' : .. itn
    t .1.113ft
    ... of Science work at Stetson Chandler.
    .., presented by Exploring The Unknown over WLOF
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    ... ,...,. .. I at 8:00 p.m. is s oa+. K' 1 t'N.
    4 tit \ are) County Hosts Fete'isi.cw's Airs. West 1 The The songs of Margaret Whiting are featured on -... no a 1
    ". ''iI.. h j StampersReturn CBS' Sound Off With Mark Warnow over WDBOat 11. ... L'!!"'"
    5:30 ,m. Glenn Darwin and The( a
    p Arno Cham & g .
    7 :: \ At c Cocoa Bench Is Honored Home Tanney also are featured 11 1F'i3e1

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    WOiO WLOF U2M WORZ C74., slat .. _. .
    dl.faal aunt of bar Blau titer and l 1'00 Melodies __ Sun OB .* H..a u iS E oesis
    a -<< .. .. Mr. I. ..seNrra .. wn.lit-1.*, Mr and Mn. A. M |At Shower From Kentucky I 115 Melodies __ O.OTT PU.. The 7a 010 ..
    .. .. 630 MelMle Oiapvl IB Ult ear 12 0.a.
    is- tan .J Cu.W. n U... ol Carom )..ach.III i :4S Melodle: -
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    Chapel ta Ibt eke 1 N Pee Off
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    tM ,w. tit. rrolrr 4( and Mn R. L. Murrell and[ | I E ->: '- " ': 'r f 2 f"'rF'S'-rl] rrp#' ci; '- Tip S' roc Sent '&:-5tQrJ] I t -
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    .... dlt4hter. fcrei and ma Alan ol t: OVIEDO Mrs. Billy West a ST. CLOUD Mr and Mrs. i 1
    koaM
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    e. l eeeatt ......... till ... .........._ 'a ..... have rctumod fromtbrtr L 'recent bnde, was honoree at a Charlie Stamper and daughter are Building Permits
    vatatiom ta Warse \'ille,, : miscellaneous shower given at I
    1 . .
    S eelMlhM H C I the Home Economics Bldg. by the I back from Kentucky. !Issued at Beach

    .at:: M* rid Mr E K. Djral: are vaM -, following hostesses: Mmes. R. L. !J t The Misses Caroline and Ann I . -. ... t
    .... r. .. lilt" .... =c: -M-t1 Rpartanburf. S C., i Ragsdale. Mae King J. B. Jones i Harden and Mrs. Harriet B. Dean i. it::'f"'C T m .:- .dc"o ''rr I s vf1.s

    ea tsae .. eat /tlrr m at IhHr aao. On ilk Dyaltaauly 1 i Jr., Ralph King Joe Beasley. Jack : have returned from Daytona NEW SMYRNA BEACH-A $3- j

    ,. M M ttt1111 KotaM ..roi 1M .hr KaseU J. N. Thompson. J. H. Lee, ; Beach. I 000 permit for repairs and the installation I ,. )
    Pete Aulm Betty Malcolm and : ..
    era .... .... M rtno at OMM is in I .
    l. alas I | Mr. and Mrs. John J. Meyersare I of a fire escape at the
    .......... w .... N Rtor .......... 4.tier Martha Anne Moon. home from Connecticuttj i Faulkner School has been issued : NIEo'
    Uw R I ....... 1M...... W. 8 Bell are in I I The room was beautifully decorated I
    ...... with dahlias, asters and glad- j County Commissioner and Mrs. from city hall, records: there showed I
    Cnr when tter via TiNt,
    .
    Gus Mann have returned from
    soot IYirl. ... ,........ .f Mn kVO.wl i; toil and fern.Refreshments. I yesterday I .
    I' Hendersonville N. C. Also receiving permit were: I
    1 rr Mr . MM AaM. Woolen f' were served by I
    3 ( rw are at Late Junaht o, the hostesses to approximately : Mr. and Mrs. Haas are home 1 Jesse Robinson. 2 Charlotte Ave. '
    r I1. N C far a varatiam. Their dough: 70 guests 1 from New England.Mrs. 12.500: Edna Roberts. 214 Julia !! :
    St.. repairs and enclose porch '
    G. W. Penn has returned
    by AM ha* hnw atimdtag. thee I
    from Miami. i $600; John S. Clark. Cook and Col- 'Ie' J ..
    b? #s.rsa derI r's ra ali m thrrr
    4 Marvin Wilds.Entertained umbus Sts. build garage $400.; ... -
    Mr awl. Mn Wilbur Kimrey of Miss! Dora Z. Greene and Miss ,
    Percy Thomas. 113 Flagler Ave..
    ..ew4 t'Wae har. rrturnMI Dora Thom are returning from .
    to their fila ,...
    paint house, $250 C. R. Strode
    ;
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    MaM after raratioain* in Ala- North Carolina. '
    :: 656 N Riverside Dr., paint and repairs -
    I
    ta"a :'. eMaMa fwetr boa awl aril. Omrgja. .and visitmgi I Mrs. Jennie A. Wilson is going $100: M, B Hutto 616 Magnolia 1 THERE MAY BE FURTHER fttCI NIMN
    UUlVBC.Mn
    to Chicago to visit her son, Rev I
    SU roof $100 H. H.
    IiMsalrE t" Qr-..+ .i-taM .... ee M A af RHico Mnrttt Jr and daughCNar t On Birthday I Robert S. Wil on and his family. .; Sorrel, 302 Myrtle porch Ave,; paint WE CAN NOW SUIY ;:
    : are at st. I Mrs. A. R. Marsh of Pascagoula. house and $75.
    are. aia .... fIIt. : r. Pallf) MMM vlalttBC' Mrs garage
    Ringos.anMa
    A SIZE FOR EYFR1 M0111
    '. ...4i elf c.ua : I -i "" r i j'''. r<*nt 'r' S':rJ] I Miss: has been the guest of Mrs.

    I --'" ':.4ir R tMw. III1a ..lit 8M Mn t'equluWttl Paid moth Wearivorth of August W.NEW T. Ingle SMYRNA entertained BEACH at a-party Mrs. I Mary The Marsh.Misses Edith Nietzel and TERMITE CONTROL FRFE: r TIMITr-HWILLARD "' ''." "NW .. w. r p

    + .. ..... ......., d tia. 1 tlta.tl tui..aa. MrrTarty . Friday night at her home on I Ruth Herrle of Cincinnati. 0.. are M YEARS OF DEPENDABILITY
    a. ... otM Ib .. .. M bw Nis Jena IWJ. Downing St. honoring Marvin guests of Mrs. .Pearl Harber and CALL. PHONE OB WRITE & KII8II

    I ..... .... .Hi MM and Moflr Foboma Wilds son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. "sisters.,
    STm I**.* at tti a- .Lt.=-:.= a nrr-v..lc mule Wilds. who was 15 :years old. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Poffen- H. L. COX 79 >.. MIIU PH \ M| -+.

    ....... .... - - After gifts were presented the : baugh and daughter are back j 1IJH IRMA IT.
    . -- -- from Ohio.
    ;
    - + guest of honor a birthday cake
    I'II! was served with other refresh-
    .!, j
    ,'1 ments.
    Guests Included Iris Ferrena, : tot
    .:
    ,I''I,: Kay Marzelli. Stevie Walker Har-
    riett Wingate. William Thomas. ,
    '
    : Billy and Harold Apple, Fredie
    !! ; Michael\ Thomas Wilder. Damon I I -- _- ii
    'cb : Settle. Charles and Billie Shadle, == ---.
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    1 and Ned Morgan. =:J
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    I II Ii Scotch Settlers English.of New Irish.Zealand Dane. Norwegian were- -= -== :;;;;;;;;;;; .

    Swedish and a few =- -= -
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    r camp being held at the State Col-

    lege.Mr.Tallahassee and Mrs. Lester Kershawof

    I Jw Cocoa are touring the mountains eecI Q/OtiJlIU
    of North Carolina this 1J'
    + month.
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    guaranteed Pickup and Delivery - .
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    1j11 I' :: REFRIGERATORS RADIOS :: EEE-I:: =-- IN THE SOUTH --


    r..t" ht : WASHERS =- f..
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    : NEED
    REPAIRS? :
    ....." : For Any Slake di -yo , BECAUSE here Is America's last great frontier, ..Iii.*.t||.| z... ., '"

    : CallBARTON'S dI:dd ==. and hearts of men of actio D. Ir :.r..


    here and scarcely developed tti..... rklflrflily 111
    i : You Benefit By Our %S id . Because are vast

    Years Experience iI vision courageous leadership and earr )t labor to <...... i.m -tt ItM1
    I Next to Colony Theatre i ===-
    i Winter Fork 93 dL == wealth. .

    ._.._ _._.......__._,, =- ,,,-
    We're proud of this Artwork --- . Because here are millions of fertile acres sul deei M ti*i& .. & ...

    the larders of the nation with rich dairy products 1M uiM r .II..L


    till ., ..- M '- .. rM1 lta41Mid .:N ..... .,..4 .r the from the soil.Because .

    .. .. -- .. MN d ... .. w .oral ......... l at-klt and =; awakened fetl A M *1
    . here is a newly giant beghMfeg
    '
    ems4M ... .. ew teaHeiipa II.. I. thlt PG'-
    _ ,. in its farms and fields and Uia4 M b.tft .r .i tf.
    latent woo< ,
    a nee ...... ,.spiel W ....4Nht New ".rk ar- power .

    !! epee b11N .. .sr. M f N If: I.. .. tNee/s. T. give I Tri.hdPr.n.. dustries and the energy of its people.

    m"-... 4r ....... p... .., 1114. jw. a..Mf .,rr a few Relief to Sufferers

    I akaolt. Ib.bi.aa .....l..... ......... .f every dr crlp. RHEUMATISMARTHRITIS ( . Because here is a friendly,kindly people hItn.t hwglltttift4r J .....

    -I.... li1'......R ......at a1PMa..... Jnm,. clothing seen new visions, gained new skills; mho are dcttrmMed 4M ... ..

    .......... M. ..... o. sad .. aid .... NEURITISStiff 1
    shall not again be lost and that their future shad be Me fI Ni.j I t 1 .+

    _._ .... ......iadp I1o.a. sad .... .... "d and able U prea4mttoa Mus .
    greatness.
    ''t"" .spe --.f0 .... aA eat Hut and d. a real I and Re corn nt Pains i
    .... '''' Coming From
    #' iro leui Old Injnrlwr
    . Because it is Our South-our matchless homeia id "'*. Jtll 1TS.r4.
    ., -
    i ntaafrt ..,.anll... Easy == "
    .H M*. Each Cilt*. Ml<. is.ar opportunity security and better liting for all meo.
    latoratory.' BickK ky ,
    fare .f Research D".t'
    a.< Trtatmtlt. Malt .'., _. WE PLEDGE our devotion to the South and Out 1181''" lttf. bi.
    MivMaal. .... :
    I i>tnt 1tel: = tar Cat Or Htmi P.rciaeed Ba Rtat4, -- ther its growth by doing business in and with the $6fc s.. .... .....

    CH.Far Tin C..At.,ltt*dad,.,.HaR,..1111 Ta4ay ==-. erners to the end that the South may soon attain its tip.M.-. "111 .

    ELECTRONIC NORMAUZER mic leadership in our nation.

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    rIft so rr b t &1mMU tttttnd-etttr Orlanda, Florida, August 3, 1947 ]i
    _ Wooffen Buys I Keith Accepts Chest Leadership,

    Orlando/ Girl ScoutIn .
    Orange: Health Orlando's Community Chest is, it is Necessary that every putty Iraltls .... .... .... ...

    English Fete Radio Company I engaged in work which raises the; of the budget be subscribed if Orlando .1.srrstMa h I .... veaw M

    Survey Copies level of humanity and makes our is to continue to ....* .. aoaa.o dMlw r ,.....S t
    lIIaf''1 Darts. Orlando\ Is on I
    11 th* nth 8rak Girt Scout I Purchase of the Wingert Aviation -'! city a better place in which to and prosper and maintain tU ........ .. T.wri1whi", 'S

    _p trait Isimctnn. K,.. partitn live James B Keith prominent place as Florida's moot outmatdinz e.. .... ..=. Iaaa.r Ir .,'' t lAe
    Co by''ootten
    ...UN the Owl, Brout U Uff Distributed I II I Communications business and civic leader. declared city. The City Beaut if uL the . *,', ...1ArJ .l.=.
    p.*.ial .U daiw festival., ae. i I\\ Aviation Industries, Inc., city of fine people:' he ... i iN. f
    CODUauM"Certamly .
    Copies of the Service and Cost yesterday in accepting; the chairmanship r a ssreR.., fill etas ( .._wl.!
    ..... tfl Mr*. Paul J. Dana herpother 'i was announced yesterday as the.j of next Fall's 1947-48 no civic minded Or- Rotary ChIII, 1ft<< hav'h. oar ..t/
    who Mm all W. VenderMl Study of Orange County Health (fast move" in the recently announced Chest fund campaign: landoan or firm doing humntai ta a. Mvsns. d hot t. .. Q .
    A.. Ateneles. prrparetd by the Community expansion program of the The announcement of Keith our city will fail to give ..-r. 91IIIP sad IIIt.-: ..... !n f"1 I .III .t
    Met Davta report that the hu Welfare Planning Council t newly formed "$! million a year"i appointment was made by the ously to so worthy an appeal past ........' d UW (......... }
    fc4 knit and cUpptnti from for the recent Blue Ridge I! Rev. Marshal] C. Keith saId. Our citizens have tail MKrh ..s Aria fir-/'tom.
    Londao. hert the croup was re- I Wootten firm.Acquisition. ,| Dendy, Chest never failed to do their part and aae of 'Iv fkN,. t'..slat,, t'ies'
    entity fathered that they had N C.. InsUtute for Southern Social II | i
    ? of the radio communications ,I president. those of us who ar"olunttf'nnc tar of 'h i* Aawrtrwi f>*d Cresp;
    ..*.n rn t." by both Print..uhYaWth Work Executives were distributed and airplane repair j I I "I am proud to ex our time flvi rear know that the and a Rwmarr nf 'rufeft.'d vnv
    and hr taut Margaret yesterday to the council 57 member service. located at Municipal Airport i'i i give my time to Orlando Com nunty Chpa s .;: [>.. .- ,:Of" f ..p.. (
    ) el Brtuin. The itch are organizations. I dealer for Bendix and such a worthy again: meet Its needed goal- Ch .'0 r tt ..o. .
    My" taurtnf 8rotn4, Motorola equipment. was revealed',i cause." Keith : -
    ---- "It is to have this report \
    plan
    our
    : by Carl Wootten, president of the said "Without I I

    l..l Trato Stop : of discussed the Community at an open Welfare meetIng >, company ganized to which act as he State recently distribu-or- ,i the would Chest have we 12 I ITo

    Planning Council in the early tors for Beech Aircraft COrp and separate drives P
    IXPHT WAKING I Fall Robert S. Carr president J I
    other national aviation interests I for funds. With. IIYAIIORIBIIIIIRIIJRcISJ
    m W, WashingtonDial said in an accompanying letter. ' Purchase price of the new radio'.: the Chest our
    II. described the study at : : \ was not disclosed.
    & Nil : : company i citizens are callKeith
    .. :
    IO* Wttvr Cr.r. *..*] I simply a presentation of factual :.,: f .., ;: D. W Bailey, former partnerIn I ed upon once a year to make one
    II data secured' from the agencies the radio firm with B. C Win I generous contribution for 12 '
    ........................; .hlth.participated.." gert, will remain as manager of i I cics, agen-
    .. :d "This material will be evaluated C. the company now to be knownas i With risinsr: cost and greater
    ir- u r In a continuing study by the : I the Radio Division of Woot I demands on the Chest agencies :
    .
    health committee of the Community :
    ( ten Aviation Industrie. The -- ---
    ,, ,, Welfare Planning Coun- ._ <.; company was sold by the two , o TALLAHASSEE..... SI Iff.
    cUhe said. The conclusions of .
    Wootten said due to serious -
    men. Lea c 8 15 AM and 12 t4' PM
    this committee will be used in illness in Wingert's family. DEVOE
    s. '' planning . an integrated program i.s Wootten pointed out that pur- 0 GAINESVILLE nh. .. _
    of health services in our
    I county." chase of the company is 'only the PAINTS Leave 7 15 and S 15 AM ..2 44 end 2 I ito P.
    i first" of the firm's planned ex-
    f rt JACKSONVILLE
    : j 90 .... WJIDirect
    Organic ooze covers most of the ____ ___ pansion program. It's economical to buy Devoe
    : m ____ I : Leave 7-7 I530 AM and I ocean floor In layers varying Paints, as less than ?J4 of jOur ..... P .. "..
    from hundreds of feet to several MARINE PLAQUE AWARDED: M. W. Brown [right] general paint dollar goes for paint! connection Rich .'Irti""". ..r i INNERSPRING ; miles thick. manager of Orlando Utilities Commission, receives a meritorious YES! DELIVERY PHONE 45S7

    : MATTRESSES: ; INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU IUY1 service plaque from Capt Gerard T. Armitage, Marine of- THOMASLUMBER PASSENGERS AIRMUr MrFLORIDfi r %r rst
    ficer in charge of recruiting service, for assistance given the O'Neal-Branch CO. I

    ,: BOX SPRINGS "sl'Mv U. S. Marine Corps in its postwar recruiting drive One of Office Supplies A Equipment CO.

    : HOLLYWOOD BEDStumrrAcnnito ; (A three plaques presented in the State, it is the only one awardedin PHONE 2-4533 Z21 W. Gore Ave Ph. 4107 MfMaVJ37 \
    s! I.. Tour the Central Florida area. I I
    > TO TOODconrooAL i Monty Tern
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    I IHI'I AT FACTOBY Midi a..rlaaes i i: A HOUL TOWN TKANSACTIOril Agtnt 1 Pine Castle NewsPINE Reef Cross Group \
    I
    Ut..... 1. C..u't .$. CASTLE The Alathean I

    t t I f'd ". TirftyCCHOLS .. .. i ENJOY A GLEAN Class of the Baptist Sunday School!: 7"o Aid i VeteransHome I
    ginaH 1'I ...... : I
    J will be entertained Friday nightat
    WATERFRONT service division, Orange
    the home of :Mrs. P. A. Smith
    BEDDING CO. :
    I
    -I
    County Chapter of the Red Cross, Mfr
    Aquatic Growth Removed of the Conway Road. I pfNi
    H fealM* *1.1.tpa..l..0: d iTa i Anywhere has a staff of trained personnel .
    .
    Jack Mitchell F 2/C USN, who
    .. ...... pun m. : BRUCE THOMPSONa spent his 40-day leave here visiting ready to assist veterans in filing I
    "
    i p ... tn. OH M., ru. i in .. amp his mother and other relatives claims for unused leave, it was

    ...-.-....-.-.-..-.-.-.......-....-. III f returned. Monday .to join I announced yesterday. I i West Church S t.
    his snip in Boston. jacK: alSO spent
    ; Claims should be filed at once,
    I I a week visiting his father Claud I and bonds may be cashed Sept. 1. I Orlando I
    For Your BEST Gulf Beach VacationI Mitchell in Alabama. Red Cross officials said quite a I __ I
    The regular monthly meeting of large number of Orange County Doors 9 AM
    the Official Board of the Methodist I veterans have not filed leave Open at
    Newest and Finest Church has -been postponedfrom claims as yet The staff, which is ...- '' I It
    .
    THE DUNES !
    FOR YOU W.'IC
    -- : V OiisJt1i1jY W WMTt', .
    On St. AUK. 5 to September. located at 231 E. Jackson Ave., is -- _ J' 1T I
    Petersburg'sAPARTMENTS ,
    Tom Gurney or Orlando will fill :prepared to assist in the filing of < T O '
    Gulf Beaches the pulpit pf the Methodist Church I all claims. lp'j UNIFORM FEATUH
    0 this mornmtr, in the absence of t ;
    I l ,
    the pastor Rev. C. C. Blair, whois i t
    AI ...*..... IWa 'h. m Mca deca Bay. lot yard to on his vacation. Supper Dance Planned f tf

    I I \ C.!f.! Hrttr. !Ha4* and span and sparkling brand new.I Miss Vonceil Todd left Satur- HairdressersThe
    day for Quincy Fla., to visit rela- I' Tuesday by COOL WHITE !
    I Gay, "'",.l len".hI.elJH1rIe kitchens maid errtafMft. ,
    tJve Florida Hairdressers and 1 4
    i I I.., .. Arrt .f private keach. Tennis, fishing, an Mrs. Jake Burdick entertained i Cosmetologists Assn. will hold a BACK AGAIN AFTER FIVE
    sp Ha.. Otl ndsred sinner rates from 135 weekly. members of the Youth Fellowship supper dance Tuesday at 7:30 pm.
    A am! sad /fa4aatof art "". months an the beach. of the Methodist Church Thurs- I in El Patio, replacing the regular YEARS : OUR FAMOUS

    Th leas. A.."_** !.. KedincUn Beach. SU Peters day night. meeting. Mrs. Leora Brown is to SEERSUCKERUNIFORMS
    I All Central Florida hair- t
    I ..... ,..... Tnilf Mash. Mt.. Jack Schaefer Mrr. One African snail can eat a I dressers speak. and friends are invited CRINKLE SPREADS AT THE %

    whole lettuce at one meal. with tickets obtainable at the door. Y
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    FOR HON. SELLING! \ t
    ftIL4Ir'r O a sr

    ,r ; F That wonderful, lightweight' s
    I ,_ T, crinkle stripe spread is here '

    FOLDING ALUMINUMAWNINGS r'i 1 I Aw A cd/Fo di w t C a again'iimitj favorite Whats is more back, in this a

    stele 9s uh1oiro sturdier weight, too And in ,8
    f = r !'ovely pink or blue tones!
    men \. ,\Just in case you've forgot tt}
    } aR, oF2'o
    ezfso '\ ten, its a crisp crinkle rot L
    Ye} A } 'on, made to wash easily, dry
    dho } \ quickly, and it needs no
    ros d $% coo/e r.S '
    \ ironing- Double bed size, b8"x103"
    ". s4 t i .
    $" cdoy ds }h \ \LCONY FEATIRE! FOR HOME USE!
    'I....., eerie ktktfy .different ; : . 4>rrai n d"o/d

    J lint It** ffcred in Florida x S t FOR PROFESSIONAL# ..


    J but vttfc duty :.

    "ticeH eg SIZES 14 to I IlL 38 ari 411
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    J ta tfct etrKttpf .

    g Popular coat style win.. "II n.
    J out flirt end driving rains

    ettdd.tttltl N 1, white detach We N.gl 'tt tRlter'
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    Fully collapsible with foot :
    OPEN _;'- .... brake and chrome plated Uow $1475 j T .

    i ,..,scel I ......l FeWi f Aw .5 low mar* araLit.cf. l"Cjllerl, coafradors incur.llefStlot. tubular pusher! 10" wire
    t ****. air> !leu .*** *. yovr Itome. comp.Ris and tmiltfln 1 9 insptcfors front i wheels with 5/16" rubber ... "i .
    IM*H d! lewtr, .Hr.ct'v: mad pro c. coast.to eoit .Ara sA ( ttiw tires. Two-tone Blue and I"wr fIIjc... '_ ."
    t T.st.nia.1 ..4 .pptewed! by ...dill9_ FHA Terms swA N., rI ; Grey colors. .?.. .....-4.,.... a.r ..... '
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    .. is = ba..W' g bi..do.: UP OR DOWN T..*..I A-h* rooF :.s .- ,. w laa........FN
    . ... .... fi M..r OaN ..I,tar..!,and prmaaiiily kwutrfy your fcom f = BUY ALL YOU WANT! t
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    Birdseye for so little money! .ens'
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