Group Title: Orlando Morning Sentinal
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Title: Orlando Morning Sentinel
Uniform Title: Orlando Morning Sentinel
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Publication Date: August 5, 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: VID00298
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The World's Most Beautiful Place for Abundant Living
CentralFlorida
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... * * ORLANDO. FLORIDA. TUESDAY. AUGUST S. 1947 9

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Charges Smear Fall SellOutOf Douglass State RaCommission


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Citrus Juice


Attempt Against FDR


,"' : Stocks SeenPrices Head Diet


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tsMhfi FIRING LOOTING WRECKING Higher
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Must It Be Like This?
Why Always HN1mc__

Loan Police// Gird for SpreadingAntiJewish Demand Better I

v !tSpecial to Orlando Morning $entlnellWASHINGTONThe \
: MOD.Riots. In Flor- /TS &vv9 SAS TrlE ? 1C H YE RS \ / ', .

t a Ida citrus deal should be' YO7 ;; : n.Sc .

__,Aoenl 1 England i i Scotland Wales sold out of orange and blended -: AcKEie.Ff j

juices some time in early !

-. Wqa < **4r.. >N t t.T Police! patrols were heavily strengthen- September and probably willi I 1 !&

last after anti- have little grapefruit Juice
tat .* m d November. wwfor' rIe.
__ >. *r- ,br'*'h. which had spread from England to Scot- tl
This was the analysis of the :
1.11 L" i .. .o4 as4 tK.l.; rapidly advancing canned citrus'| ....c..

.. .. ...4ada .sBair... ...* nf mm* 'M" l.MO,set fire to a three-story build- market released here yesterday by i ... At ..

...... .. r --.I'ini! in Liverpool last night becauseIt the Institute of Food Distribution 1 > "'*' ........ -

=11t se.. .= -w contained a Jewish cabinet I Inc., In its weekly canners' mar-I rjs F d1I

4 .... eMAy4Is U.S. Rejects maker's workshop" Crowds gathered ket report. i ... '. .-
. nearby blocked street cars !I "The upward trend in pricesof I

tIM19I .ihliratt. .. kale Red Plan For and buses to impede fire engines. orange Juice and blend has t? C rS I ... '"" ,

..u ..... !l'Others turned in false alarms to continued and spread into tangerine fibvr.tgtrlli' ... ..

sett .JV -. !!divert them.Throughout. Juice" the report said. ?4VD 3p'm, y ripe 41 **** 49
Balkan Peacet I the crowds of GosPFL rou4'Jkr ...,
.... ....... day In the strong orange Juice '
August Bank Holiday makers markets the No.' 2 site quota- I (4t(p Lb4f4' ... 4t -.
t 'ter ,,' t Tt'M ( ) A .
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4. Ain +....... I tion ranges from $1.15 to sun-i.
', to ham- Terrorist Arsenal Fired
lw.R- e e/tpl to i
while 46 ounce are from $2.60
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'M Truman doctrine JERUSALEM: ILTJ: British / ..a .
tlfyltw t1Net9'rM .. -a.t44a $2.70. I 4
Army Engineers acting under
A tJgtllAIi .. dc.v.rM4te4rrling-: emergency regulations yesterdayblew The blended prices are from $1 g'7'o&7; / ; // / : --

,..* _. cal tike UN Sfcurftawt up a two-family Jewish to $1.10 for No. 2s and from $2.15 / //

.. 4. ..... Iwl. l.4.sate home in Northern Jerusalem in to $2.20 for 46 ounce with demand
which an Irgun Zvai Leumi Terrorist I ,
gr.. ...... tt.&A*4 the arsenal found Saturday especially strong. / ;/ /;
was -
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-=: 84M..4s -r .rt* W..rag toe The improving grapefruit mar- j / Ci1Er 3 IIoTEV foe te
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>tllrasawa- p4st..slr and ket Is from 67'i to 70 cents for 00t3usv /

ranged the streets of Liverpool,1 No. 2s and from $2.15 to $2.20 on ro R EGtseR 't"NE Cd1t SoUOATtDa1.
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.. .. __ a... .IHI fated toning windows of 46 ounce. two n ovr f

M S M it.....N M enter all ness establishments and attempt-I The revitalized tangerine juice

rrgrr dMMgage. frerrt Orl'f'Cf''. ing to fire'synagogues. market is bringing quotations of

_M r tlgs/at..eee x* Ed were looted some wrecked.In I from 80 to 90 cents on No. 2 cans. 1

- ... VII atMsntsarn and to many cases loyal British Optimism has returned to the

ter ipt NR.rremeM for I Jew who were attacked person I grapefruit section market with

lrI nrtytrl -.- ......,. Greece ally or whose premises were at- i the trade predicting good sales / / OFTrI Ei

ar tM1t t41r ant Ltttlw.s .M Y.eIIIIwtI - during the next four months.
- atas (:See Editorial Page 6) I Florida prices are advancingwith
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:l :. : .. ..... ttratt c memttaw No. 2.cans. of sections callingfor
: :Mrt qN_ Oar pant., NAJWI 'm- larked refused to prosecute because -' prices of $1.60 to $1.70.
shame at the Palestine -
of their
dW9.d a twf'dnnmfdJib. Recent purchases of large

+ .._ t115a...Jl. w haM th! terrorism which they bitterly quantities of concentrates by the I

fie.1 Ar _.s ............ I t. resented, and their desire to be i
: Ace AttEu plat wr01kate da4JiMM nothing but ordinary Britons. i I [Continued on Page t, Col. 5] .... w 9 ., ...

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.urrr gar OMm.KHt1' border Record Hop! Okeechobee's Most of Nation Voters Advised

iilt4rr.r tl.a ...... WI. the Odom Quits Bakes .. 40eaBal
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Mercury
.A ..... w sit i.aeMert8tgg. ., ., as .- ...

.,. ... ... IM. I CHICAGO tUPJ Capt.. Bill took off from Douglas Airport here Soars Into 100s .. ;;.

. rift anal OteartsU Odom. 27.who took off from here yesterday. Level Debated To Register Hw, /llr M 1NNAis
ItMM yM iia powera" I' Odom was flying the Reynolds -f Pi Asses oted Press1 __ ..t
fir I yesterday on a round-the-world Bombshell the same plane in Most of the nation sweltered
... .. b ..... affair 'I ante flight to break the late Wiley which he set a globe-girdling rec- BELLE GLADE [AP] yesterday in a sizzling heat wale'', Voters wh ha Tvt/ **** I' ""
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alagl file t aerAttt.. *M twine PaIn 1933 record turned back I ord of 79 hours, 55 minutes last and forecasters said that except since the last .M>cUa s .#..4 p -s to .. -
esR9- ...' Mao ... r4tHttentete for Chicago after reaching Halifax I April. Arguments for and against I for a few localities no relief was adVIsed yt t-ff tmy DMM.jo ....... ..- .a".

tai ... -- last night when his two-en-N'' call Lamb from said a CAA he radio had monitor received at a lowering the water level in in The sight withering for at least heat another scorched day.a ,ard T. Turlw. esttlallr wrltvisor ... e .. a. .. ..

81M riot. Pelee t* the Clned converted attack bomber de-I' Augusta. Me. who said Odom had Lake Okeechobee were pre-; huge midsection of the country I II nl rvffttttratte '. */ ...8 .. .. .

fllatael a *. IMtaua d- toped motor trouble. encountered stiff headwinds over sented to U. S. Engineers at I from the Eastern Rocky Moun- ,Lain tratraten at .., HaMi 4o ant a. .. "albs. ... A .- t..
..... 11M. Mi feM meaitUiaVH4 frank Lamb. president of the Stephensville Nova Scotia and ; I j tains to the Appalachians. ticip t* m tht Otmtf> CmtmcortsoiMtetion : r '+. 41. twp eras-w
: M naer Reynolds Pen Co. which is sponsoring that, together with "minor" mechanical j a public hearing yesterday with I In South Dakota temperatures r.hewlla r rest ala .... iaPwa5h .-
M ...4iw 4A. Males the trip said he had talked and electrical trouble final decision in the matter to be ,, rose to 108 in Pierre and Saturday I.. Hie iM .. M1 .. .
nt M. with Bill Lear, president of theLear !: had decided him to turn back. I made at a later date. j Philip and 101 in Rapid City. rrghtrst4.e. as ..... ttW """
4s_. 45r raeltlA.M .C Borf Radio Co.. who had been in !: Lamb said Odom would try"l Proponents including farmers I Fargo N. D., had 105 as did Ad. be attended t* k* M .... .'. -...,. -- 4
ol..a .. ilk < "MMiTMtland1tiG radio contact with Odota. since hetgePal again -within the next few days. and business urged vance Mo. A high of lOi was has not r.eh.id Era.M
engineers men
rd tttM a- aunt .........- reported in Chattanooga. 7. U u.
that the lake level be reduced from
wet btf 4 ___ IM 't11aeM d4R.bta" Glenview and Effingbam. ID.. > Tuck Mid hM eI r.r. J. a.
Sickness
-. li_..Ma (hit.I Former / Sleeping its present 14 to 17 feet to 13 to and Omaha had 101; Chicago. basest of tl. Corn t0_
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16 feet, with a maximum of 15.2 Des Moines. St. Louis. Atlanta and I I could be a..s tisr.. lee fate _
...,.. -1, ..;... artMtn d M 11M ..eN.Ldtse Pinched as Vagrant Claims Baby Girl feet by the end of September. I Kansas City had 100. tncJu4IIM Mte.dq f... 1 Iam. I
/1- fill ter wt IMnH t Navigation' interests and conservationists I I II to S ._ /ace __ .! rMt*b t. trPI
biH ,I NEW YORK IUPJ A former PHILADELPHIA (UP] Thir- argued that the \iI voter ?r>ii >tl iH .fflw ...I s r9 rsimr. .
SJYJ fonrtet who claims to be in the 'I teen-month-old Lolita McCauley: i lake level should not be reduced. I The Weather at noon onParaguay.........
r $1,200 From restaurant business in Miami and! one of the youngest Iron lung pa- 'I Among those urging no lowering .
of the lake level were the .Fort ORLANDO AND VICINITY: "
Wasted > M twifrllt Grocery .ho was described by police as Iifrlf'nd tients in medical history yester- i I Myers Shipbuilding Corp., the Tartly cloudy today, tomorrow feW And '
of the late Benjamin IBug- day lost her fight against menin- I with local afternoon thunder- -
; Jacksonville the
.. Diesel Corp. Adv.
... Reports Big
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JedS1l.F1J 5-vLR. w1 I w i ...
bail form of sleeping I showers. -*"
held In $500 go-encephalitis a Oil Co. Miami U. S. w t'
I Street wu [Belcher ;
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ltae- .... tp three' RIO DC .iANOItn 4f Jtibii tan es- '
= en a vagrancy Wildlife Uniontown
sickness. Federation.
.. ..... .....-.. -. EStert4.M. ad a woman her charge.yesterday Louts died at St. Luke's andChildren's t,I Drainage District of St. Lucie I Cracker Jim*Sez talizert i i i PmnMu*Mi j .....:I _: :
: have urM '-'-
43. known also I troops rapt a 51w I x-
.. nawidae aM t4+sN Vincent J. Alo. County, and the Martin County
-T rrw Jimmie Blue Eyes, was Medical Center where Jed Prod he's got the best of Important pnru M Uw"- .... ... '
Chamber of Commerce.AntiSemitism says
as I
to police I.
..r flag ... d $4100 cash arrested while driving his own 1947 physicians staved off the disease I way of all to tell when them dog dcwn the pwa.u v Riser" '..... I
-- Ali. tl...M et P.4m awtnovblle and had several hundred temporarily with minute injections days git here an its goin to be t the Go rmnwftihAsuncion . atntei a.i-.
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.atseg8 . sltittNm ttta. std. dollars tn his pocket. I of Curare a poison used by j i l Reported hot.Says that ole the rrtotterday. ,.... Ee_ sfl. .. ..... . *' ..
v which shin' ......... ttar. ... "" .-
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w 4s. tttir -..... a. tatg4 ye Legation Nabs American!! j' South arrowheads.American Indians to tip I Widespread in Germany: 'of grandpappy hisin gits clock to 1''y had been drappeH' act Uw rC...I' '.4 .' e'Jf

..-5r M .... hew 1M Men. from Hungarian Police I SEELISBERG.Switzerland [API) J'tannin so fast of Asunrinn. a .f .-
Anti-Semitism is so widespread in
BUDAPEST CUPJ American Legallon -: Reserve Officers To Map Germany that "open conflict and i that he can't -- --

H....,.Armies' ; Claim agents yesterday snatched Policies for 12 States the most severe violence" would time keep up atall.with Jed the i1 Louella 0. PC ,.... . -- -ar
American. Stephen Thuransz- develop between Jews and Ger-
& Area an swears that when today MM Ilt+ Rlri 11116 -
.1M I fit Shantung bfrom Hungarian secret policein ATLANTA [UP] Reserve officers mans if the occuping powers did ..
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its goin to be Jril Morning eitH..... ...... r tt* 1.
___n W M Oeltxa Budapest as the police attempted -..; training corps policies in 12 States, not maintain order Dr. Sterling cold that clock T. ,, .
...... .... ........ eepitWd to spirit him to their headquar 1' including Florida will be mappedat Brown, adviser on religious affairs slows down to with flight the lannHM.latest ... .< flka MIR.... .
........... __ ............ tert4t4etle. ters. Thuranszky. his wife and Georgia Tech here tomorrow. to the American Military where hit dont hardly tick none. X.
tarn fage
.. 4'INta. a foNntIma two daughters are now safe at the Thursday and Friday by educators Government said yesterday. I
tR". .. MM wMer49uns. pwtday.t American Legation while U. S. I and ROTC personnel, it was announced I He now says that from we are the way snore hits porn goin to __ _.0_ _ 1 -........- .... ... --- .

.. ... .. MILL! tia44taeat fI' Mln. Chapin seeks an emergency yesterday. Truman Names Florida i have some hot weather that1l
........ ..... M -.r. .ide to'o. tact permit from the Allied Control i be a humdinger fore it cools off

.' . .. .+. .r Council. Jose Pardo Barreda Man To Aeronautics Post '.the middle of September. Jed says
: WASHINGTON [API Pres.Tru- I that dry weather that's been a
r.. Ctinlanderl DieAccidents Frank Henry Russell, Peru President, Dies man yesterday named John R. i|heading this way is I shore settin
i LIMA UP] Jose Pardo Barreda. Alison 35. Gainesville. Fla.. who in for sartin now 4
I '" I II .. fsta1i Aviation Pioneer, Dies 82, twice president of Peru, died downed six Japanese planes while *
I .' .' I...... II' A tent p1YNlk NtWTOWN. Pa. tAP) Frank .yesterday at the nearby seashore |.an Army flier, to be Assistant Sec- TODAY'S TIDES
aviation !resort of Miraflores. Pardo servedtwofouryear of Commerce for Aeronau- Dayton Beach and New Smyrna Tides:
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I r ..- N 1M. swtlrtg Henry Russell. {jretary RICb 9.S3_s ra. and 10:06:: pili. Low 3.35
I II .... .*... r tr trtart 14 aoar$ pioneer and one-time vice- | terms-from 1904 to itics., He Is a native of Daytona a m. lira 3.41 p..
I e.s... .... .nat11M! Ate. ICMr president of the Edward O. Budd 1908 and from 1915>> to 1919. i Beach. Cocoa Boacli. T'Orv Hub 1003 .m. and
10-16 p m. Lo* 3.45! a.m. aDd 3 51 p.m.
Manufacturing Co. died yesterday Scbastvan. InM Ti_f Blab ':51 a m r !
>rMn ,.. Weed te at his home here following a long ViCTIM HAD MONEY and 10:11: p.m:: Low 3:40: ..11I. and 3.46
I BELIEVED !
4a.A a Etw.... t.a w4lirpa Ulneu. p m.5vn Ph....: Rises 5.50; seta 7:12.: I
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Corn Prices Reach $2.22 :; Baby-Face Blonde Bride Hubby Rerordrd LOCAL.bY U.TEMPERATURES S. weather Bartaa at
Poi leeched To Holt Municipal Airport:
New All-Time High Maximum; 94: Minimum 74
For __.__ 79 I .u.1
1 a.m- pm
Sfti In' Ford Plants CHICAGO CAP! Hot.dry weather : Lure Her Admirer To Death .J a.m ___un.- 78 761 I I 3pm.2 pm. _n'U'uu.1_ 93 qtr
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caused
tt8h'11s-w' ft1 A pPaIat 111"eI' over the Midwest corn I 4 am76 I 4 Pili. n___. 93
I 4a1Mt ..e.S ... Mud a prices to boom to the highest Sam. ___n 76 5 p m- _____._ 94 t
I I LAS VEGAS, Nev. {UP] A baby-faced blonde told ___ 76 6 pja. _u.3 4
L# history of the yesterday 6 sm
.f *<**. f. Mtor c. keel In the 99-year T '__ 76 7 pm. ____ 90
... ...,..... IYatN4 lailea49 Chicago Board of Trade yester- how her feminine charms lured a San Fernando, i 8a.m.ajn. ___..n___ 79 6 p m. -_-. 889am.
All corn futures advanced Cal. elevator into embrace wbere her husband ____ 831 I 9 p.lB. ____-- 65
day I' operator an ______ 87 10 p.m. __u.1
a tgi..... ..... .f pr.< tight rents the daily limit with j' killed him for the wealth they thought he owned. j i 11am.10 am. ____-.IS 11 pm$2
-- taw' ........ei .. 64Hff September com closing at a record Noon .__ _____ 91 Midnicht __. 83 .,
.w ... .......... ..... peak of J-M*i. Joseph L. Hardy Jr.. 24, of Kittery, Me., and his bride I TEMPE.ATU.sa ELSCWNCtC
I of four days.the former Lois Hunt," WASHINGTON API Wrath Bur.aa import .
22. of New London, Conn. admit- much and gave the Impressionof i of tcmperatorts lot the 24 boars tndmi P st

........,.t "47M A BCD Goldfish ted plotting the slaying. being a rich bachelor that j 8 p.m.;N.9h Law I NMA Lew
Their victim was J. W, McLain. we decided to get his money"he I Asherffle 1'7' I WIDD-8tTl 102 76
.. ...w.JJ Ho, but we A B C the Sentinel- i 48. an elevator operator at the said. Boston Atlanta 100'7IJ 74 .1'1.Mobil' Or' >aa 9S 97 71 74

56789Ip Star Want-Ads to make It easierto San Fernando Veterans' Hospital.McLain's j But he added that "if McLain Buffalo 89 63 i New York 83 84 67 63
71 Philadelphia
100 i
Chicaie
: read and for more sure Results body was found near hadnt made advances to Lois we Cincinnati 95 76 I Phoenix 108 85PtttibvrtB ""
16 Truckee, Cal, on information wouldn't have killed him. I could-11 Denver 96 63 I 87 U t 1 .1I t ,
i U I) H> 15 In buying or selling. furnished by Hardy. nt stand having a gray-haired Detroit DaivtbGalretton 78 78 59 59 I I 1 Richmond Portia 54e. 86 74 55 72St. ENGLISH GIRLS MlAO fO a

ftS Y21Z2Z3wT Dial 4161 Hardy said he and Miss Hunt man paw Lois and we probably 89Kaa 81 Louis 112" above crT 1 "f _
met McLain in Reno !Nev. and would have killed McLain if we City 100 97 81 62 i I 8. Franctec 7VlcUSon M 83SMttl York !. *' (. ,. i

,\ : ,1) ltJ 21 29 30 Ask for Want-Ads. ,spent a night with him In a I I had it to do over. again." Hardy i U LovIavtlU* AnnIe 1WMemjitu ""> 75 | 99 U 7WuhumeB n, ; Mcuretonte, en rowt n **..* rr 4
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tourist cabin. "He talked to I I said. _ _

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Sellout Mrs. Breadwell Returns .,
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BOOget Move of Base Of Citrus.Juice. i From Washington Trip ..... "" i

rSc*''al to OrlandoWINTER arc, Set"'''e' Mr and )uI+a.MMR P : vepalM .- .. j
I Stocks Seen GARDENMrs.James and MM B*>M Jt
To Pine CastleFacilities returned! tr.tg as .M" t..- "., i
I [Continued from Pare 1] Breadwell Jr. has returned of the Wft 'T'... "'Ii.. '**?'"' *' .. .., !
from Washington D. C. where horn in Trtitor Cit tat IM ... J"*'"<
j at the Municipal Air- British Food Ministry also Is she visited her brother-in-law and ent Mr taut >* a WAtatrl fIIf .. arMtM# h ;
favorably affecting the fresh
\ sister Major and Mrs. M W. Hall H. L DnMrtariMn ;
.* port are adequate to handle any and canned citrus markets with Miss Marian Joiner u leaving J J DMtMrtrrai air aF jfeitajgf .. '
type aircraft the airlines might indications that the rap between today to visit West Palm Beach. turned frwm ))11t1111Iif-. ..
and the $2 1946
current prices :
bring into Orlando, O L. Sands : I Mr and Mrs Earl Peck. guests she WM a rites a1 Met uF -
for No. Z and
price orange Juice of Mrs. Peck's mother. Mrs. S A and dauciun Or need _
city aviation director, told mem-
the 1946 $S level for 46 ounce
.0..i Borgard are returning today to BarrettMr
bers of the Junior Chamber of will be closed considerably.
Dayton. Tenn. .
ad Mn J D Or.- _
Commerce yesterday. The current rate of movement Mrs. Bobby Lyons is accompanying OptwiM OruMa 11MM ... .
.f to .- Sands was introduced by Dr. from Florida, while fresh fruit ,s her parents. Mr. and Mrs. :vln Gruj* |Moe .... b .... *** ,... ..
/ Charles A Basehoar former chair- prices continue rising is about Gother Martin of DeLand to Ken- Ga for a .. .* IP* ,
a'eek., another
man of the JayCees national aviation 1,200,000 cases tucky for two weeks Mr. NkSA Oati ... '-
committee. who emphasizedthe indication that the pack will be Mrs. A. L. Ray of MOledgeville AtheMland' Oa.. ..c __N Hi * :
= aFgMM importance of aviation in cleaned up well before the antici- Ga.. J. P. McRae and Mrs. Leon Ittt .M" .< .* fS' -..*t I ii
: I el ------, -- ,---- Florida. pated late 1941 canning season i, Perry of Jacksonville. were weekend graduate tr.eg ihr titaalNeatiSM II !., m*,* 'I I
Discussing the relative merits of opens. i guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. O GeorfMMrs Me llr ,,- ..
Alt HU4HU MISS AGENT John Meyer shown right I I It said McRae coming for the Ma;chant- tvdia Mrasi 't.MiO redson a...
the citv Sands
airports
s t1 4traa4th 3 hide, the former actress Faye the Pine s two Castle Obituaries i,I i McRae wedding.Mrs. Rohm Ms, i.Star_ .. ... ...-.. .
.. . MR. JAMES L. FULCRUM R. P. Reaves th .. ,. .
j .i Grand Canyon, Ariz in 1944, Army Air Field is 'i i spent North 0MeIIM .
I Oviedo-Mr. James L. Fulghum. weekend in Tampa visiting her Mr. Ud MIl R MIIS.IMSa ", I
a-cfore definite disadvantage
a war contract investigating at a 43 died Sunday night at a local .. .. .. '
in.' brother and his family. have Ioak is ...... .. M "
'' E t-f ped finance (Story on Page 1 1)] illness. ... ...,. . ,
a qrtt + hospital following a long Miss Wyldine Grubbs has returned !- Mr ajtd Mn 8J.as MI.. Mir .
+Mi.a .J"",. comparison with i j Funeral services will be held Wed- from Macon. Ga.. where fore r.ti......t haver .. .0 P "- .... I""""
the Municipal I nesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from I I she visited her aunt. Mrs M. C. to the moi*tMa r tM .......... Ca <._ "'- .. I
field the Baptist Church in Oviedo with Pierce. She for ,
Blonde II Claims was accompaniedhome a UMrt MM ?
Meyer. "Pine Castle is i
the Rev. Thompson officiating. by her cousin. Miss Myrle Mr and Mn MI bw4tM!
a small airport' I; Interment in charge of Eiselstein- I Pierce. who will visit for seteralweeks and on >Idin Jr .! 1'i- ..
as airports go: Wigginton will be in the OvIedo the ...imd tow* wt.a tksi w "
I lhS Father of Her Son Sands saId. "It :, Cemetery I, Mrs. Robert Latham of Madison Mrs V C: )nteurhMidM !
has only three f; Mr. Ful hum had been a resident 'and Miss Mar Love Stalling of >v" tarah! KluM r', M It ah
runways two of : of Oviedo for the past six Texas are guests of Mrs. J, J. ha. ret\i'n free ..... i"...t "' ........ :!rJi
which are only i years. I Dickinson and Mrs. John Borlandin bus Ohm with O IIWI "'0 w'a .' Iga+. 1>- . J
M 't>,HK It'PJ] Th troubles of agent John 4,500 and 5.000feet !I
press Besides his widow. Mrs. Edna their home on North Lakeview ter H.m1'If\: a R+ sli
%!. a !**.fIId l lact night with revelation that is want- long. It has j Fulghum he !is survived by five Ave. M:< I A tt'*'.f' . tot t tI
l'East
4 %l-. \ k' *rrr the charge of fathering the child I: no badly'- West needed runBasehoar'I.I"j sons and one daughter, James, I..1. -- -

* **<.*.* :> ,Itch i tgarrt girl Marvin Joe Lee David. Wayne
and Evelyn Fulghum all of Oviedo.
rx Ia..igt I I ..."... ... attorney! disclosed! that he had wayThe field was constructed for -

aaIIMrf .....ti fibs II. 1 r heavy military aircraft' having MR. EUGENE. GREENLEAF' 1
0 r-- ....... ,..... .. California. where his employer. high wing loading: SANFORD-Services for Mr. LOVETTS &
tit aellttrM yM a Inn I.rtt Sands saId. "The question has Eugene S. Oreenleaf 68, Lake
Howard Hughes, had crashed in '
been
i raised as to the adequacy of
raw4M .. IM1 mat Ik. Mary who died at his home Sunday
.Wt.. d ........ |I.n experimental bomber. I the Municipal Airport for large t.. hwt .t.4e141Ms I I MiM Miles' affidavit stated that I planes. At the time it seemed to ; from Carey Hand Funeral

... MM ..... .... ",6K I tertly before the child's birth an I be quite common knowledge that Home Orlando with the Rev.George .
.. the Air Transport Command operated A. Downs
officiating.
r '-.t IIM/atr! uftMenUfied' "emissary" of Meyer
.. ..t ,k.d .Itw-.n | I DC-4s off Municipal for He is survived by his widow. PIGGLY WIGGLY
r :
,
t. vtoKrd' her and induced her to signa an extended period during the ,
. I Mrs. Edna Grtenleaf,
MF .rive II ..... wMn three sons.
while B-29s landed and took
Jr.'..a .1 ...a ChI Mttement that Meyer was not II off war.at WIll. : Thomas Richard and Eugene all
of child. Unterman of Lake Mary and three daughters -
4lta>s 4 et Mr W I lit* father the But to campare further La-
'41t ... raiMaS affidavit claims MissI Mrs. Paul M Lukas Oviedo:
MM the
:. +w r w haw. I ties ..M paid $1.500 for signing. i: only Guatdia three Airport of which has four are runways shorter and Mrs. Mrs.Charlotte William Piummer both and of -
.,... file 4rIIM .sriea Haines. FIRST OF THE WEEKCALIFORNIA --
than four of ours. Washington
_._-- i My client. he said "will seek National has four two of which Bath, Me. I
Mtppcrt on behalf of her child
'I are shorter than four of ours, and MRS. REBECCA MEACHAM
to Income.
i; commensurate Meyer's the instrument runways on both
NEW SMYRNA Mrs Rebecca
: .Mch we believe to be between of these fields are shorter than -
I SMOOO and $100000 year" Meacham, a resident here since PINKSCANTALOUPES
II litej f Ie Ktvf a our 5.400-foot instrument runway.
I' 1925. died Monday at the Flagler
In where Meyer is
""-'- Washington "We have been fortunate in securing -
trrtlfyint in the Senate War In- all Government services at Hospital In St. Augustine. Mrs. lit
f.nk. vtmation Committee's inquiry Municipal which have meant a Meacham who resided at 115 In- 15c I III
Into wartime plane contracts wood Ave., had been a patient in
great deal to the efficiency of our
framed Huthrs. the short bald- I operations besides being definite I the hospital for 10 days. She was .__.. _.-
a
I born July 29. 1870. in Coeburn, Va.
tM P;,+WJci Mid bw salary was economic advantage to the city. I LARGE SIZE SUNKISTLEMONS
Surviving here are her two sons,
$!' 490 yearly !
"Since this question of the airports I
I A based Miss Miles'aamplalnt Charles Meacham. Port Huron.
warrant on
has come up we have not
was issued after the been able to complete negotiations Mich. and Kelly R. Meacham of 2 Lit
San Diego Cal: three grandchildren n.
Justice Fred-
NATURAL GAS FOR htartat Friday by i for two important additional services -
two sisters. Mrs. Mary Stol-
fftek L. Hackenburg ;
the installation of an instru- '
lard and Mrs. Martha Stollard.i ,
Untrrman Mid Miss Miles' affl-
\ ment landing service and a new i
"ft. HOME Oft WSINESSCiLnteBMS QaMt rrcouhtrd her first meeting omni-directional range station :,i,i both of Meadville, Pa. FRESH STRINGLESS
with Meyer while she was em- Funeral services will be at 3 p.m.
supplementing the present radio-
_! d in Club El Morocco. ran e facilities. Tuesday at the Settle Funeral BEANS -
TRHIlATIOMW.lftl It Mid Meyer visited NewT I "Not only have negotiations Home with the Rev. W. E. Bryantof 2 Lid .,
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.rk three .r four times* year I been held up, but there is no as- the Methodist Church on the
MAT** and that the visited him In his surance that the CM under its I{i'i peninsula officiating He will be
lttr| thin er four times a ; present curtailed budget could or assisted by the Rev R. E. Else; CALIF. LONG WHITEPOTATOES
... (anI1'HI, ..k. would move present range facilities :of the Church of the Nazarene.

itAM. MIME. ...A, 'Mf.Nur Unl+rman said Miss Miles' child : to permit use of Pine Castle in I Burial will be in the Edgewater

to "entitled to all the social and instrument weather. :Cemetery.MR. 5 fa '"
....uenal advantages that heotherwise
I "It is not even certain that we JAMES FULGHUM
...-.s hate had 11 he
d Co. would be able to retain our Air
App1iacc OVIEDO Services for Mr.
s Mad been the legitimate son of I -
JeNi W. Meyer" Miss Miles now Traffic Control tower. James Fulghum. 43. died Sunday, FANCY LARGE CAROLINAPEACHES
.taIR Inca with her parents and three Sands quoted a letter from E. H. ,, will be held at 2 pm. Wednesday

... ... .... ..... ...... ..... er1. Parker Eastern Air Lines' division from Oviedo Baptist Church. Interment LML!!
hr IMF ---- -- operations manager, who said. I will be in Oviedo Cemetery 3 .
"The Orlando field is adequate in with Eiselstein-WiggintonI
every way The runways are of i I Home for Funerals in charge of _
DEVOE sufficient length to take care of ,' arrangements. DOLES PINEAPPLE
our present four-engine equipment An Oviedo resident for six years.
and in addition there are Mr. Fulghum is survived by his
PAINTSfconomlcal two sets of parallel runways which widow. Mrs. Edna Fulghum: five JUICE NO. 2 CAM
;
allow simultaneous take-offs and sons James. Marvin Joe Lee. Da lf
ni to buy Devoehints landings during periods of heavy vid and Wayne. and a daughter.
as less than *4 of your traffic. 'I Miss Evelyn Fulghum, all of
f paint dollar goes for paint! Our ceiling and visibility mini- Oviedo. REDWING PIECHEHRIES

mums are as low as any field that
we serve on our system." Parker '! FUNERAL SERVICES:
NO CAM
THOMAS continued. "This of course, makes Requiem mass for Mrs. Emma 2 IN
for good operation The short dis- Bertrand Neid. 87 died at Kissim-
LUMBER CO. tance from the city makes this mee will be cellebrated at 9 am. --

Ml W, Gore An. Ph. 4107 airport very desirable from a pas Tuesday from Holy Redeemer THE PAUSE THAT REFRESHES *.
senger angle. I Catholic Church with the Rev.
-- ''The Pine Castle field is approximately F. Doyle officiating. Intermentwill "
12 miles by road be in Rose Hill Cemetery. COCA-COLAS 6' 25c' UMLOVETTS
from the center of downtown Orlando -
We could only use the fieldin :i For Mr. Alonzo Chester Rasey,
good weather as there are no who died at Kissimmee Saturday,
radio range facilities, which would will be held at 2:30: p.u Tuesday
TI. V'i'. LINCOLN MERITS mean we would have to fly con- from the Grissom Chapel with
tact to Pine Castle from the Or- Rev Leavie Allen officiating. Interment II TENDERAY 1 -

LINCOLN CARE lando range station.. I will be in Rose Hill Ceme-
"This would have an adverse tery.
effect en our operations and i
not be in the bet Interest of I Dia12.31d8 FRESH GROUND
the traveling: public.
Eastern Air Lines would like to CST IMS
go on record as being definitely HAMBURGER LII.

opposed to moving their opera- ..
tions away from the Orlando Orlando's Pioneer

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LEWOOP WITH LOUELLA 0. PARSONS Church Class Hart-Teve ( Tuesday, August 5, 1947" (frkmfci( IT r L r
; sNuptials __ _

not' her Swede Crashes I Adopts New Held Sanford Aliss\ Burke I DcLandResidents Vi I ;

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Filmland Project Miss Neubeck Couple Open Becomes Bride *rtTttI ...
Time in
//,1, I I If LILLIAN D. VICKERS-SMITH [Special to Orlando Mom.ng Ser.rall] : ... -.- I'e -f' <. I
I [ .*TKi:)l to Orlando Morning Sentinel] DELAND Touring the State Vacation Trip 1DAYTONA BUC -Miss Virginia Plan Trip

LEESBURO Women's Bible are Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Burke daughter of Mrs. Lucien .. : I If.
By MAYME HODGKIN Sanders of this city became .
!htMbh rrUertM' since
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: :. i.' Class. First Christian Church has Charles Hart whose marriage was [Spp;: nt t *-* ':'r'na.: :: Vom ng Sen ne'l' i' the bride Saturday of Dr. James DELAMIV Hr coil tin I -*** !f. *. ..
s, : : + A this urn All KJel n. to be i:'i,, adopted as its new project the I an event of yesterday In the Baptist SANFORD Mr. and Mrs. W. Hart Long Jr., son of Mr. and Mr*. Reeves a.tf MM !.....u. iIii..II'
sidle wfan. .to M* only tM toast making of dresses for girls at the Manse of Lake Helen. The G. Fleming and Mr. and Mrs. E. i James H. Hart Daytona Beach. merer will )..** t IW alone -Mat tJ

l'I' -.....,.,. !it .wing raw* .store in live Swed-j;:. Southern Christian Home in At- double ring ceremony was par- B. Smith left Sunday for Jones !. The young couple were united the vook. tor a v a**.*.** % .. .. !lit .
..... .....
: .., -- I' Farm, Wajnesville, N. C. in marriage by the Rev. Paul Ed- 1 f -.d I
R.
? 1If
lanta. Mrs. Ghurman
". . Lamp pre- formed by the Rev, J. W. Martin Max Johnson is confined to the i ris of the First Presbyterian Mrs Resist' ...ior, ,a stb .
.. .. a ASS tar her seeond sided over the business session before a few close friends and St. Augustine hospital after an '[Church at the Tourist Church. Taoqw aced Mm PM* lMS.e. et ...-
NtM ::1 ifiial i vtt be veil during which Mrs. J. L. Wilson I relatives of the couple. auto accident. : Decorations were of white gladi- Sanford were ..*B*.e4 f..... lit
-* r U .leave fee wea
I OmyXr conducted the devotional. Mrs. Mary Rawlins spent Satur- 1 I oli and asters palms and lighted Mr. and Mr L M II". =ao ,.**.
** .,.. i. fMtarMecms for Sam The bride daughter of Mr. and _
I day and Sunday in Orlando attending | tapers. and faail m mrhooMa '.J'**
...It Mrs. Maggie Fussell hostess .. .__
was Mrs. Minor M. Neviils of DeLand f
: 'W a meeting of the ownersof I The bride given in marriage by tiers a trip t* V I...MTaBahaaM .
.h ' rsyttui about the j| .
,/ : .ace. i heraiM k* % vr* OeM Andrews UMt to the meeting of Confederate I was attended by Mrs. Clifford technical laboratories.Mrs. I L. B. Sanders Jr., wore a nylon Fla .tr.. ,

a ; fIW' > aid ***** pegme. Gray Chapter. United Daughtersof Bohren maid of h nor. Mrs. Maxwell Stuart of Lake marquisette gown with basque Mrs. As attn OBOWO * ..' ...,
.. the Confederacy at her Wales spent the weekend here. i bodice and a full skirt terminating va"". H C.
home
... '!! ., i nr. MI *lurto Daces III these Bohren chose a gown of shell pink -11; t
e.. d ... 1 the tank. He's Friday. Mrs. Porter P. : Mrs. Price Heard has gone to in a long train. Mr and Mr Mah. /r> J_*- .
Mote
as sorer M president with which she wore brown and I ..
N. C for
High Hampton AugustMr.
I"',iwlM. Teresa fottaws, bothItdtfwtf conducted the business I I j Mrs.. L. A. Shaw. Durham. N. C.. dauahtrr Jorrr lfl h"" -
white accessories.Mr. .
session and Mrs. Andrew Carraway
I matron of honor and New York
was
!* TalUu i was flMllt t.
.... IiII\ 1 a very. as*anxahng orma rake- and Mrs. Lillian Hunnicutt I Clifford Bohren served as spent the weekend in New.Smyrna dressed in a pale orchid rl ruarquisi .f..., .inhdrt. IB Jtaa .. M-'t. .
a a hifitoric chairman discussed the best man for Mr. Hart son of Beach. i with bouffant skirt tight bodice aottta lrs. t, 1lslts MeuJohnsata .a .
.. **w... her I" c- can arrange Itktnall first legislative assembly in Amer- I Mrs. Elizabeth Amesman and the Mr. and Mrs. George A. SpeerJr. and a matching hat. .... rrv.n alto4 wtM ;
.. Off tea. late Charles Hart of Albany N. J. are spending August at New ': The bridesmaids. Mrs. Georae ilyn XN...IMt I tIIIIfIf.. .,
MlIk be'U Uk
.alL
r: .: I ......... UW .lati.r part oft Mr and Mrs. T. M. Coppedgeand I The bride wore a dress of yellow Smyrna Mrs. E.:Beach.D. Brownlee is at j I C. Schroeder and Mrs. J. J. Jor- V C York hM ..' .f'b1114 .. .
and chose black Day- Mew Tart trail lha 1t ... .
. family of Valdosta Ga.. have print spun rayon dan. wore similar gowns. "
.. ,1 i t. an a .utrk mu iril film .. .
tona Beach visiting her soninlawand .o.
and white accessories. Dr. real d r . #. ..
..-. a.i .. ArtlMr Rant oho hat of- come to Leesburg to reside and ) i Ushers were J. J. Jordan. Dr.
." ...s_.. r. ..... 0", n. UM> LI. plan to move'! to Hillside Manor ) After the middle of August the daughter. Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Norman Williams. Taylor George in Akrrt. -
soon. Mrs. Coppedge will be re- couple will be at home on West- Harris. Burke and Aubrey Vincent. The Mr and Mr J .. 4t.s,'r. "'e
.. .a.+.a. .. . at 4 sass tees .6th J th at *n. membered as the former Miss ,i| lake Dr., in Lake Helen. Roy Svmes. who has spent some 1 bridegroom's father acted as best parents of a vn let n M ".
I" I. ... -. __ ... ..... lb.y pried. and Vera Plowden. I i time at Tdyon, N. C., has returned.Mr. . man. the joca; ; no'p.'a r.t* K

fhw........ ,a ... .... What .... the e -brbrrfor Miss Nancy Ann Varn of Ft. i and Mrs. P. H. Lansing are A reception followed the ceremonies Eugene ::: J

,... .. .', ... h... ..... alt t4e4ILNt Martha Meade has Burdine.been visiting Miss II HatsmanGolivesky.. Smyrna at the Corley Beach. Cottages at New i I which in the the church couple patio.left following for- andf Vu.r: :< K.;

... s Mired M UW radio twoerrs Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Adams are .
1 dan I "
. stsa... at *Jlia week and The Misses Ann Smith Patti week at the Wilson a wedding trip. They will make M.1 It "
spending a :M- "
Lamer, their home at 5050 S. Atlantic Ave. .in. :
Cresse -J
Sheppard Betty
.r etttt -. a tot. of caber cHancator Apartments at New Smyrna and tr .' I I "1' '.
.. .... .- r ... pmoail. ptinraaeo Berliner. Minnie Crutchfield Mary had as their weekend guests Mr. upon their return.
.+ .....;. MttattM .* U* ....... ....... be ..&.. Louise Hunter Lola Herndon i Nuptials Held and Mrs. G. W. Spencer. ,
++ealf ..nwtdtrtitle. a Marian Edmunds Carolyn Butler ,!! Leaving by Florida Airways to- Auxiliary Meeting Set
9 8
'", Its as.fgdaeta of MoUrwwd.. colWha and Mrs. Littleton Edmunds are i ''Spend, to Orlando Morr ng See- re7 day are Mrs. J. P. DiBenedetto i 'I"r[: Cn io 'A."- 'i =-' -- '
M t#attttrS .- lit tstl/Mtl: at Daytona Beach. DAYTONA BEACH-Miss Mildred flying to Bermuda to join her hus- l{i NEW SMYRNA BEACH-The MIN "fi4.elti +- ?
!.. dtisnlrtlt IB taw prvtty" rvdhairrdM Mrs. Clark E. Kauffman Miss Golivesky daughter of Mr. band who is in the service and American Legion Auxiliary wilI ;.
.. M t Aalf --- ..1 SW.. CertInIa own n- Dorothy Kauffman. and Bill] and Mrs. Abe Golivesky of Valdosta stationed there. I have a meeting at 8 pjn. Tuesda i BALL POINT PINn 'I
Alr.w s fillet. ..... stns, Kauffman have returned from I Ga.. was married to Ben- Mrs. James E. Carter is flying at the Legion Hall. Mrs. Rude .
Ott Mew Amr sad Jean Hal- Highlands N. C. jamin Hausman son of Dr. and I j to New York for a visit with her i Williams vice-president will preside WITH A '.s .a. .r + -
.srra a lavttjr ,art visitor from Mrs. W. E. Evans the Misses"Mrs. Hausman, 401 N. Grandview, | relatives who live on Long Island.! !: in the absence of Mrs. W T -
Harts* hav beast at the Santa Jeannine. Margie and Kay Evans I last Wednesday in Valdosta Temple Rolland Lundquist is flying to Buckner. president who is on her 11 ffI ;..;) -
Khstna Mevfair four and Joe Evans have moved to Rabbi Oko- Atlanta. '
uswa during t Valdosta. Henry vacation.
1.- i.. ..*. .which If it Jtn't Alamagordo N. M. here the I Mrs. George A. Speer Jr., while
port ica of performed cere- WtIItN t i J cleat ......... '..tea...a
J. J. Stoer Miss Marie
Mrs. ,
tM !... in surf fishing Sunday landed a 12-
<* u M at < eitsiatent.L.e mony. The bride was given I' Bark Wallace. Two .. .. ...
......... k..d'a slxHueox I Store and Miss Margaret Ware marriage by her father and Dr. pound sea bass after a pretty $5.000 law of E. U. Love vs. S. D Vur- I pI -..+..-.a.W.... ..r... ...-. .... .w.
:: .. .. are at Daytona Beach. Hausman was his son's best man. rough struggle with the big fish. relL ...'1... (u I Of..... .... ..-
1.I a.axda try Nat Ise a .H iu e*mea Miss Jane Worrill has resumedher Marriage Applications. rooo_ ..... ... ... -.. ... ..
.... Mss .4th rhl/iii {'alI There was a reception following Gordon L. whipple and Mary Clapp nttM ........ .....
studies at the schoolof
i! slwk. alhs.. l.tkw.od Is graduate the ceremony in the annex of the Volusia County I both of DeLand. ha./.a. :A .w c.-: :
0 alptbttte pw..a) avptaraiirr. laMk nursing at Yale University Temple. Guests from Daytona both Jack of S.Orange Hasser City.Instruments and. Sara E. Sanalrr BfiBBIBCHRYSLER'f.t. ." ..... ...... .. ,
ttlnse ,stag ttoM ..*... after visiting her father J. H. Beach who attended the ceremony Instruments Filed Filed Nt at.. .t 0.wrra.s4i. aI .
t. Worrill. She also; visited her Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cohen, Ann M. Brooks et TIT to P. C. Coot
were Sheriff Docket
Mdsel frr at w hn planned' to I
et BZ.: S10 wd
I ..,,, "101w..a .IMMedlaW. .tflJ.all brother. Hood Worrill student at Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bistrong, Mr. Arrested: County Josephine Glassman ad Jacob Ginsbergexecs I -
Robert Howard Ethel Lee Hamilton and
the law school of Duke University. .
and Mrs. Sol Mr. and Mrs. to Vladimir Vacinck et ax. $10 d
/\ p.ysned Iwr rarrute in faSt Schott John Bengnin. all: charged with assault .
Josephine Glassman. single dev. to Vladimir
b iatll Jack Mr. and Mrs. Louis and bsttery.Rile II
M t "aaanncf tour. Ossinsky Vae'nek et nz. (10 qcd
;l Ali Bra, ':::n.. Pill Suera n- MaJ. and Mrs. Robert S. Kramer RoeY. Mr.and, Mrs. Phillip Goodrich Anne Cfiever Ivj, no aggravated driver license-assault. John J Tilghman Jr. et az to Pearl C
have moved to Charleston S. C. Perry widow. $10 wd
Nass and Miss
Mrs. Jules
Baker reckless
'eawsl ... .s !petted to taw Robert W. driving. STOP
Oliver James Taylor single. to W &
,, ., where he will be affiliated with Louis Maynard. carrying a concealedwenpon. .
Gladys Bussey. Other out-of-
t.Wash ......... 111 1M.as. I i Walker. S10 wd
tttr y! serf .trtt1W iH tlwr UOBMTOW- to The Citadel Military School. town guests included Mr. and Released: lanch.Ruth$10 Rainwater wdYES widow to Resale O Fasli\ Waflu rid a etlfN.see. .
n eb .ist+ Mr. and i Mrs. George H. Erek Mrs. Fred Glossberg uncle and Ed Morrison and MirdeU Phillips to .
a.tIa ....* as IWr l tar act at El Honcho ,. M Maid telee (..
.tt4t "..... are at Blowing Mountain, N. C. aunt of the bridegroom, and his dt J W Pike. J W Jackson and Levi Collins ten ...... .....i elr rto ..
lira wool MOM u M taw !ate of making Vivien Vickers-Smith. a floor auna Mrs. Rose Fliashnick, all to convict camp ch.ett soon aatl ....... eM
r wr trep .Binary *y as9.s3sM a player. ''supervisor at a hospital in Rich- from New York. Bencnin.Anne Ivey.bond.Robert W. Barker and John DELIVERY dNsrta
gars T... Drake WM ailed to makeS man. Va.. will fly to Orlando from The newlyweds left for a honey- Suit; Started
New Orleans. La. Tuesday to moon in New York. They plan to Margaret Gilmour Ford vs Cecil Ford '
0 -9 Cog
ptrtur far B** Seek wffl be and Marie Priestman. also knawn as Mane ea vane A. P CLARK MINSI
spend nine days of her vacation make their home in
torts. .. tff the parrcil.. tmleas beat Valdosta. Priestman ford. declaratory d ree.Di..orlt ,
s .. anti era htgses..M , with her mother. Mrs. Lillian D. where Mr. Hausman is attending : Started Office Supplies & Equipment
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Onner S. Woodall Charlie R. WoodaU.
.,. ........ ...... by 1'.4 Vickers-Smith. pre-medical school at Emory Uni- Suits Dismissed vs. PHONE 2.4533
AM fleas a.i .Me .... Krrnin. U I .versity Divorce or John C Wallace TI. Ruth
tsml lia1 a ..-*>r b Nut attraction at Peggy Cleary's Talk
t. shat e H of the Town where her mother entertained -
tlrstsf N 4 fMr. .oMhuMtMMi .to Georgette at dinner.
n*+n. std. M- D. Hovef, owner Noel Coward who Is now inNew
r* "I York. Is not speaking to ,.A
brae Y f tIr.egs i rn tar +tq awl Luettte Ryt. Mary Martin. Their battle
+ +a. altls >.*,. a art Mia that.way about date from the time she was in
tttiatli *+rm stave at the KM* .. his play in London.
t e e a. .awl Mw D Mvtryk. wteo was re- Patty Alicoat daughter of the
ors *t ssww ..war.it *,'H ...rri with Joan Porter publisher of Film Daily Jack All- 1 1Y
.. Vta+ . *. .><., posse MotMca ......... Rapwt coat will soon announce her en- erienis
iYSt=.te, .ay alr. + II""s. .. that Jean w. be the taeement to John Bergen head of
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I.I.'l $IS9f t. m.9S has been in saving
used fats! Since 1942, over b C

new $12.50 to $25.00Mtn4s 800 million pounds have %
-- been salvaged. But, as Secretary (
I of Commerce W. A.

Harriman points out, the UR"TZONE"WILL >
Job still isn't over. "Not R
Department
only the United States but r CjL
the whole world still lacks TELL YOU.. t e Y
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of fats
adequate supplies .
b 5ttt C."t.- now $17.95 and oils. And we in America T for Taste. . -

art particularly short of industrial T for Throat*
fats.* These industrial .- . .
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.% N. 95 $18.95 your proving
f $12 to are needed to make many _

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supplies are normal. (

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Exchange Head Red Tide Casualties Dewey Support Hikes T axes




] Backs Litter Gulf Beaches In Stale Cited I[ For Waitnj .

tof Spongers ;: j I MIAMI .P Ten .**"*+ '
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1ARPOM SPRINGS API Louis : CLEARWATER [AP] The rotting mass of dead fish I: JACKSONVILLE API) Repub- Government WIMP IIta6 |" Oi *

*** ...... .. -RJT' prr :rtent of the powerful killed days aco: by a plague in the Sdiasnta area had approached -. lican presidential candidates tookme. back tonnnr AW steel .pMMptacfn 1''Ut liP

=#*.- ... .tlh'A'y d. I e. ann Hpruta Sponge.. Exch&ngei within a mile and a quarter ,of Clearwater Beach to the South for support, will : the pa,.t t*. MM," J J ,
mould be glad
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,,**1"' '' ., of fisher- I late yesterday. and fishermen experienced in the currents ; find Florida leaning definitely toward Brown chief of u# tntr** 4 '> ,4
..... "nit i a gtoup ipoote nun Imrili ett IJr' .. .. .* ;
their and tides and winds feared would reach shore there Gov. Thomas E. Dewey of
e.. 'ATsho rPt 'mUy formed they .... .....- I
.s... ..n rarhaosr with the expressed tG during the night. New York. ChIn. C. C. Spades of teraayW
.. ,'|lo r of frvpanilng the old ex- Jim Beardsley of the ClearwaterSun the State Committee have a-a.*4 .* ..e I ItJe'
x. a, er in the hope of petting I surveyed the situation by boat I Republican SUM .*** fraw M w* fciilmirt '. i
e Rancher Sues said yesterday UM. far ... tMlst4 '
.. pr It ft direct from big chain and reported several hundred fish .. ...
.. .lRf'r' I already were within ClearwaterBay | "There is support for almost all "About haf; of 'I...", ... a 1'h'

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K.4 Meet bard tar many fwhrrmr ation of the water which has led nas a nis- we were fh i ".rtf wt '.-* r-* .- Ira ... Tae +
........ .. r .e a tit .. ikH >ear t J+mHc said. "If Over BombingMIAMI the deadly plague to be called the tory of continuous -* were th* re-m.J .f I .... "*" ,e .... .> .a

a5 ,Ar ra. Irt any better prices "red tide'Beardsley support in. which .. lr""'u'ert ... *'.,_ oil .,.
.ir to thrm said he went five Florida Republican .
that war mere power .
fir-. .M lie ...Nwanti .It 5"-- af
= raft.r- It .. nee hH* them well do it." rAP] Oscar L. Smith, miles off shore and found the ranks' since| iae.er lag tnia dot pPIM/4 ., w, "' -
Broward County cattle rancher. dead bodies continued to be 1940: Spades
','- .- ........ .. ial -.. ,- !rtmiu< laid he was not familiar filed suit in U. S. District Court numerous but not packed as .said in an inter- traM. S. Tarr .Illute.- Al ..... ... I'T MM....
.'h the plan of the new croup ....... II ...ss.. M ... reatpfis3 .
closely together observers view here yester- .- **4
here as some .
the Government
\esterday against I
I W ItWINFlorida and nuld not say whether it was .Ns-.ra a1. ..., ...S. .
no'reason i
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.. for $197.939.99 damages had reported. day. "There is U' raC
> .* said. in -
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Art.Os prartiraJ lc acv event gauss. (M ..parent
"k.*+ P WfcV- eta orvaauatton does not intend allegedly caused when Navy It He also said most of the fish to believes !w b s *s .
-.-. .. .... +hr on the new croup I planes set fire to his ranch with were very small under six inches : he has lost any. j Inl'otne lag dulP !hf' 'f .. '.1W'fI ..- ..
war
'1 .. to rap practice bombs I I although there were many five to '''of that support: i .- fClf'd! Of. It p.eri.,, it '.... .
....a ae ...... ... T Tb c KM always been romf i :I six-pound Grouper and occasionally : Spades ,whose 1 1n1nt: of fOl"lrl .nd.4 h.. a' e. "'S"
lopsVehicles another Smith alleges his suit that "-
kind in .
,. -mc' eM or I 1S' m at- Pro t. .
s etr.a 1I.tI a 200-pound Jpwfish home i n f'1tP 1a.1W'd an.-e #'" OIl
... ...... aa- Hwre always will be. on June 3. 1915. Naval aircraft I Lt. H. E. Sanders of the St : Augustine said Dewey no art' rate mrthmonev .'1IIt '.f a.si.: ,'l ..,
"".. ,, .. .. 4ali.tr raid.Netehrore from the Opa Locka Air Stationin : Petersburg Coast Guard Base flew '; the Florida delegation probably lnmi 'rnell ,p. !-Ie: ,,
broughtn :Miami set fire to .approxi- j. ""
.. .... Use bY the mute all sponaes Tarpon Springs mately 11,000 acres of pastureland j over the area and reported to would not be solid for any one ....... -.. .

;'pa" flirt have been sold subsequently:! drstroinc Franklin PinelIas County E. Campbell Health that Director large candidate however "but right Widespread M.. .. .. .. -."4A

......... the Tarpon Springs I 585 cattle. On this count he I number of the dead fish was within now Dewey has a material lead N1 teb. ..ee .

sit .... oil' It 4'eo APlifts. -. Kachaaae which last year I seeks $117.939.99. I I i 500 yards of Belleair Beach m the State because Honda hasbeen Increases Ftttcatt .a

Y => Ter ..\.... aseaalat M ttralafa IM a M Bullion business In a second count. filed fast I;I about four miles south of Clear- pro-Dewey since 1940." MIAMI I AP *... 'e' m. .. ..... II
..- tr .. .Apaln tied site rrleltes Aftaut 2M ftahwraen. protestingthat nek Smith seeks $50).000 damages water Beach and much less well win send ..
Florida ..
; Republicans .
-.if .. ; Wlllam: Cha-: ** r is 'ii, '- 4
... ., .. + ... --. JIIH et4NS.f BMBbm of the Exchange ar- : which he alleges were caused developed and .
... .. 16 delegates-four at large ,
It' tetchy that a new F *r N *
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...4. .ht atta..Bt .BM 1M fla_ and refund to bid against 1945, set fire to a 620-acre: pasture group of bodies was within 1.500 distrIcts-to the national distribution bv thr 't'ae: ...
.. r eMilrlLY a *!*!" paM an agreed figure. killing about 200 head of yard of the popular RrdmjtonBrack convention at Philadelphia! next .. .d.. *;.*.** >...
tng Expedtur
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.... ........., tux Producers Ex- .p.
nnMt Spnnee ,
.rrata.uat f.> I cattle. !I and that r.iss--Grllle.
.. chosen
will be
The
June.
... .to ie delegates to 11 4esp-rsd r 1 !.. t. W" a p "
RP .-I .p.1 ... npl. C han Ian Saturday. I The suit charges the base commanding i still further couth aho appearedto at the next State committee meeting cmues OQ a "ha I h., '40A.....,
: = II *. Ma" office with failure to I be menaced.It held .
... PM which probably will be Th' new r-pr*.* -aa ..
:+ w ...... d .f Mi tw a. Oil I Drilling ToolHauling prevent spread of" and failure "to had appeared these beaches at Orlando in March. one of UM rhir'rreaars .... I. s:

....... .tsaiI tpMs.. extinguish. suppress and control"the would escape the menace when i I m rent. .. n. ,,.' ".14

-rMbeU. I.ra ...........9 .. ..... ._ Proposed fires started by the bombers. the them.main mass drifted north of Greatest Joy Turns lords could .he% . +.

:. ...MN The Coast Guard officer said ;I ranted on the ten .' ,. e
er ep. MIAMI r AP1 The Interstate Tampa Annexation To Grim Disillusion : costs Charl'im .. .., 0.
the ma ior concentration was
....". ....,.. e. *I ........a. .tttbP1' of fonimerie Communion! yesterday about miles northwest of I new rr.uia4.o tw *, '"< .. '-..
.'. a ton r-.. road by Leonard I six I MIAMI BEACH tUPl] The way ....
4 -+Mm*.. < heard an application Vote Set Clearwater Beaqh Beardsley said lord who caD nov 'u.' a",- "'c1IIIIIiIL--' .
.. .. .ft natural and Co. of TodayTAMPA William Fmgles) .
'" to Bra Tramfer and Storage i fishermen reported its northerntip i to 81-iear-old Increased: costs t\.A rvti -I> tt.rt. -.... "
.. ... tlw m_ letlortda for authority to haul oil 1 heart definitely is through his .
t .. MBMBI r API! Advocates and opponents was beyond Tarpon Springs I i rftiWrty asp leea! .wT !.w It '
.. ... .. ..cajutpraent and supplies between stomach One of the reasons he : .. .
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of Tampa's proposed annexation moving at about two miles an than for any two c ..tir .. a' a, w ........ .iith .J.. Florid Alabama Louis I I i,I hour. i married in 1944 was because his i between 1M fiat IMI w ,! tilt ..n
,.f rU> **. BtftTtM ttarla- ... MtiiHiippl and Texas. i I of 13 square miles of its wife 57, gave the impression that titled to a -'d..J.' t1. ..aw M
.. .. ..*.. ,f ... tMtt* iteatf. On.nSay The trucking concern said that i suburbs held their last rallies last ,i Sea Veteran Dies I I her "greatest joy in hf e" was cook-
n -...*:a.-I Many af ml produrtton and exploration in eight in preparation for today's i I ing for him'
wtth the point I 1 referendum. I KEY WEST CAP] Capt. Charles divorce Pilot L DIes M C', 1 epryw.rt
4fearf =a aw?'nn nurti" has reached t When Fingles filed suit for :
.. atM swats fII considerable move- Proponents of annexation contended I Dayton Harrington 64 master of : he was a disiUul -
__ MMaa whrre there is yesterday ....a s '
M site .... M a Ur.aa _t of machinery pipes steel.tnert'ddOwa I Tampa must expand its city the P. and O Steamship Florida sioned man. And hungry too. 01 N.." I.sPRNRACOLA t J .writ, it ........r

_.; --. i .... .... oe.elr houses, wooden l I limits to progress in keeping with and a veteran of 50 years at sea, l'I Mrs. Fingles he charged refuses : &Pi'",, Ke ft
much of it pro- Miami and Jacksonville and that died yesterday. fry for him. Mdt Hunt USK aVrft** C"* .w.
.. .... btiMs pea and such { ; even to an egg I
t ...... ,,..... .tIP .... tip euraMe only In Texas.Hillsborough j| suburbanites will be benefitted by Circus Employe Dies I tenant died a the rtaafc .l a .. K.bnmkrr .'
l' city facilIties. Opponents main-
aaki .....tt Game Wardens near nMhHK I'M' :.
lot ..... eft r o11Br1 0. .-11fNM Jobless tamed Tampa should improve conditions SARASOTA tAPl] Clarence M. : Open m. es west of hr r.'eetla. ? ".**
.- se' -* ere sfel tat. ; within the city before it Hatch. 57 an employe of the .. ..
: : Nary nubile tof ;t' f Aft
. . d e. ..'.er. Instruction Course e. t
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--- M attempts to expand. and that Ringling Circus was killed here .
Record aid.: au.t.* r tin
Total 't" s a
Tops l
... .. flk f.< .t-- .nt ae+ urn.d ,
.. iltI municipal services wiD be expensive yesterday when his motorcycle and ,[ TALLAHASSEE LAP I MoreI earner UuMtn ,...e *..le
.. ........... t .tp.t'tutreRal TAMPA : APt i Hillsborough and slow in arriving auto collided. ,.
an I
than 200 State game wardens and cosine craft fcw x, .... ..5
M b. vend -- mfl C.unts now has more persons ) .
a wildlife officers: of the second : into a pm r raaheeT arr sa .s.
Intl H.tai-t a street .ork than ever before. : ,
tlretlrg districts' . .
and third conservation, about JM teat >n ar
et N tae eynrey r..witda -.n C. Simmons manager of I Ex-Captain Catches Last Java opened a two-day instruction field o.t. c- -.. "'
.tjs .. eraN (r. gal eaafrhfMl4W tie Florida"\ State Employment course here yesterday. - -
aNnr olf tee here said yesterday 4 I'
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.. t..= awtrlaaf alflra bas a record active file Among the speakers were Ben IFVITAM4MfDON'T
-- w fVBV The
I Miami director of the State
C. Morgan
...e d .... ah.re the MB rra .f ...M castes, Simmons said.seekers.I Des- {I Flight>, to Marry Girl I Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission BVCX YW IP L
.. TntM. pit the number of Job
the PSE8 has 323 unfilled jobs, !!. MIAMI [AP] A former captain in the Royal Dutch Air I I Atlanta.. U.S and fish William and T.wildlife Davis enforcement of- I,, MfXATBaV MMM

w..t.u Click. nNtMe1H Hwtly 1 for hUhly-specialized skilled construc-cler- Force who has made a habit of being aboard the last planeout aeent A similar course ..Tn.a. -r: : :':!!:_.,: .. -:..... sewer-

KlIlIIWI.n1fl cal workers and of war-torn areas, arrived here over the weekend to will be held for agents of the ; '
I $ JM..A wilktT eMa nMa marry the daughter of a University professor.lIe first fourth and fifth districts in oos r a ?.: ::: ,: : .

,_.....' I. Ar Tn arr Orlando Thursday and Frida'v ': ,:. .:,:. .
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.... _. .t +.*..>.a (kwd.. Your Club/ Today is Herman. A. C. Arens, of Batavia, Java, whichhe I --:..... In&. {'., ." ... _-... ..... ..
left 18 the last i'----
July KOI
. f.. ._.... WtMka qsb. CofC on
i _.. e- "" atrr ... md fl N .. O.u.est Ctab. Lamar Hotel.I Dutch Airliner allowed out of Have Your AutoSTEAMGREASED :, Orlando Academy of Music
that the Indonesians.The 'I
I.r : city by
: *. ir a.- '."OW .t II'> C M Carf U.;,tr uCI4I k, OL>b rt Oau Ho-I An Accredited School 1t
;;: ... .... W' A. .* /If the WI u. eonscua1101tT bride-to-be is Miss Ans :
K1**'M C lib.>> Tb
for GJ.
Pl.t of! 1) Motor and chassis Approved Trainingby
rM 'a U. aisaYTttrA I Osche, blonde daughter of Dr. J. I!" t
:s. .., . t'.,.. rid *ACII EIN. xlks' aa"-I" steam cleaned: and 7 U Veterans Administration .a
4j ..-1\0.\ .e .. ........ awe 1M _. e M r ; Lana 0 bAXD Wlmumaa. J. Osche. professor of botany at lubricated complete Jd a

.ttP... . t. ......n.. fa B a r 13 11 r&-:..al* CNb HatrhinioaU the University of Miami. '* 539 Lake St Phone 5195 TONIGHT"PRACTICALLY
;: NM TIN . U. P. ttttft Ca.*ber of Comc L
. ( '" n t1RM a.... -ir t.amiiM. u:is P.BU Lion He said he also was aboard the AUTO SUN VISORS
....... ... v. i b v ..U t"." vtcfeMMi ."". ass 9 mBV I last plane to leave Singapore when 19.95CLLCTONE tOvtv
........ .4 h d h,.' tltla..V. .nB IWM Cta*. Or B4 VUw HoteL I THE HOLIDAY INN r -
t..a that city fell to the Japanese in SPRTTAXLG cuMtro e 'M T r *
.. t".1 :=u Men i 1942 and aboard the first planeto 10.00 ANY CAR .. ,
.... c oa4at atusaaN ,i I Located midway between t .IRT s
-- "myt a. Host Polk. ; return there in 1945. Lasts Three Times Longer sanford and Orlando on
LATEST Wahl H wt wCD
1Ii1.. I I Highway 17 92.
ta a.eeet IU.,... Cv. Arude Ho- !i Arens does not believe the UN Ed ,Mrcit u..... U CFFM ..- .
_I _wIdtM SPACE HEATERS .'.1r. :. ......aJa JAIMe. rr.I.eru17jMol I! decision to intervene in the Indonesian Mayo's i WILL BE CLOSED Putt .>... N

.. ... i- sagas. aslant CIIIIt. Waiesbdtrn I war will help matters. 101 N Main St Ph. 9782 From Aal. 3rd Umratk AUK lltk Conwi.. .*_ '.- .. .
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W rf* t TT AA* t WIMOWrtt....... ass.. .ciss. Leesburt I! It is a local police problem we --- -
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have to settle, he said. "Like
aaaaa 11N. at Cloud Dint -
., let ika itfra.tesw4 ., many peoples who wish to be free,
: RM rr CM). Ear-
...: U. the Indonesians are plagued by I
aY. IU I.B. Clab. Karen minority factions which lead the
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... r>>UJDM: ....... I'!' CMC; Mi. ..--"-.-. __ their people. Open 12:45-Lost Doy

....., ... .... ... A'M4IAMCt co INC Senator C'oghorn
-- . ....... OUT OUR WAY
.. .. reM.I \ 1- n IT'S A JOKE, SON"Barbara t;

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< ARE MNP XOVCRU30KED t OKTh4Cc Stanwyck "THE TROUlCl VirtTH e.dw e

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.. \ WOARIED< r Guard Unit Funds Set I A foMtl rsirtiM ... / 'w .4..... a- ..
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Flood of LiteratureSwamp 'Little House'I Ctah 1a Mtunat t to w r ", :

SoecIOI( to Orlando Mominj Sentinel] al Guard companies will receive! first lieutenants. $960. $519; three
TAVARES Two National salaries from the Federal Govern- second lieutenants. $864. $642; one
Market 4 Guard companies were assured for ment amounting to 1265000. first sergeant. $264. $113: four I Ii
Muy i Lake County Monday when County The 195 officers and men of T/sergeants. $864. $385: 18 S sergeants Key Presented f1jFLORIDI
Commissioners agreed to pro- the Leesburr rifle company will $3409. $1.527; 25 T/5, ;

1" I._ 6A\4 iCe ride funds necessary for the spon- get annual salaries and allow $3.836. $1,38017 T/4 2448. $879; i _I ._ ". ____ '.' _. '
divided 123 [Coe- : :
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I sors' contributions. ances totaling $40,265 privates. $15.763 $5,658.: i
4 Arm on
__ sergeants fur- as follows [the first figures are one private. $120. $43. MOUNT DORA Kev to in"
,.. r.... t.t *%* *' <11 harboring. Atomic abb Commissioners no....,which agreed is believed to to for drill duty, the second are Further details about the for- Girl Scouts' new Little House way
... ........ .n. ...* ., ffc*' p''.f>u up a serious be enough to pay the balance for attendance at two-weeks' mation of the two National Guard presented by Bob Bardwell pa.i .-' ti
. Summer camp]: companies will be announced later. i president of the Mount Dora Lion.-
-,- % s ki'" N t' h { hope something .f the cat of financing the two
[ ), $488. $198 three it said.Water Club. to Mrs. D. Fletcher Crane To
Captain one ; was :
'_ ,.......' >i to be that these armories. I Scoutmaster. at dedication ceremonies -
,.. ... Lmburg will get a $125.000 armor Sunday afternoon
a-* ...... and a National Guard company Middleton Named Light System TALLAXAMKI "." r-. uasGAINUYLi
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The house built by the
...... of 195) officers and men. was "
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Lions Club at a cost of $3.000.Other
Board Receives
Eustis will get a National Guard j Trustee
Clermont Equipment Arriving
1F" company of 67 officers and menThe I organizations and individuals ...
I
r cost of its armory has not [rc*.icf f"1 Orlando Morning Sentirel! ] [Spec! to Oror.do10m! ng ST-el] I of the town donated time .
I and materials. '
been determined. I John Middletonwas FRUITLAND PARK I money
TAVARES Equip-
l The program was opened with. a lAC1CSOM 11UJi. ..r. NPHOIE'
Tax Complaints The State will pay $75.000 of the I appointed by the Lake County ment for Fruitland Park's new water flag-raising by the Girl Scouts ,
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I cost of building the Leesburg ar- and light system is arriving.. '
Board of Public Instruction yes- Brief talks were made by Bardwel.;
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mory. The city will furnish land Mayor Kenneth Hanson said yesterday -
H ., 'r .,."1 I worth $23.000.and the balance win terday to serve as a trustee of the and Mrs. Crane. It .
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It: ,.i 4*. rvwida Telephone come from the county. Commissioners Clermont school district succeed- The town is buying six miles of ur ...
Evans Returns
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will borrow the $50,000necessary pipe and a complete electric sys- Family
UM Mttt* of Emma O. ing A. G Weaver, who resigned.The
t .f U.... ilMi complaints 1 I to help finance the two board awarded William tem from the Venice air field. '3'r': : ---,, ". -r-- **-
I:. .. l.... OmMf Equallxation'atom I'.!1 armories and will repay the loan Larger water mains will be installed MONTVERDE Mr and V:'
waawtoy their asNr -,I orrr a period of 20 years.County Pfeifer of Leesburg the contractfor and the town will begin C. P Evans hate returned to thr.
w.lw ) 1M7 intangible1the I I Comr. George L. Singel- painting the window, sash at selling electric current to local home on Lake Apopka after ti'
tl:ary pointed out that Over the Leesburg High School Pfeifer's residents. who are now served by 1! months in Ohio and Kentucky \.LI --
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H rtttbtrl W tilt we.rthwhile. portions of Java, includ- I THEY WILL DO IT EVERY TIME By Hatlo THE PUBLIC TH..QIt! !

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...... f TAKE A LETTER TO BURPLE BROS.- EXCEPT W4iAT NbULD WE DO California Grovwi L.III
.* W that. united front is able to halt /
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When the Dutch bowed to the order it TOytURS Citrus Moves by l 1jt :
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OF-CCHECK DATE "YOIjRS TRUL .
>JNQUIRING ABOUT
Ir" : .U 8 moral victory for the UN idea. (JUST ASK ANV OF ..
Nut time an incident occurs the UN (you KNOW WHAT;-ALLOW ME TDS )' .HES DOING JUSTDAND / THE HELP- ) J Editor OIIA" Mer..... bsl.... ,,

:; .... =: 'r k .fcauM act with more dispatch. OUR ESTIMATE IS-SET( ESTIMATE /-, Someone from (lriaatls.. w _
... ba kind enough l. fwf r eM* Iii
,- "" ,., .... ...... ... .... FROM SMEDLEV>COMPLETION pine from your paw tSMM oust i

't- ___ t>irlgr {sM.w Sin bwt pn Andy Slaughter DATE (ASK POTTER-AND-CJH-( WELL, HE'S 1FHEGOTRMO :. In hkh .... ASmrar ,tar ,

-... -.,., .. .... '-' COMMA SIGN IT-] distnblstsoa at cis...y Mown .
-- .. a .... .... '-" OF THE great weaknesses of hu- (OH, VOU KNOW THE REST)-I-4OpiNG TriATSAFULLDW' FOR W LATHE KNOWS foreign MMIUM Y.. m.fa dI

OKK TO OBLIGE (so FORTH-VER/ S WORK ff [ABOUT THIS RSINES5 proper crn i* and "- gII I I

.... .-=.L.,, $M. hss1t ,eN rSrg relations is that people never ap- TRULY VOURS (GET IT RIGHT FOR HIMi >&RT* HECOULPNTBUV.ABA60FREAAJUTS want to. ... ''WY i.... I..... ..r dj

... "mte what their public servants are dome OUT AND ILL SIGN IT!'x the toad jrk dear k* twist .

. far them until it is too late. Sen HoltMMl. aid ... r-._ j

e ..:: A C (Andy) Slaughter: secretary of the n men from yw. e*.m *.ar
t ..1... I Offter Orlando Chamber of Commerce, % By w.rklug. ....4Mi a tip a.
.... have I been *bk Wt tKe r..iia.. .'. !
MB. been a public servant in Orlando for oe t : real job fot 'nand It .. tath.sl"

-iM NIT mete than 15 I >ears. During this time he I JUIiI crodst ....... (M ... tr -..

.... !had 'far too little applause for the hours I i /Il your men and .t* siea .... ... ... ..... .,

._ ;N S JIa If Ii has devoted to his duty and for the very I, o sent Ttvecitrua ut M Rise iaMWrr.ftoist .* ,far'..' .. 4 ... ."
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Tnd4lv Andy Slaughter is very sick. We th* I..atssa sasm..ee ai Are. err .

ere tkaak God that it isn't too late although it, but I amprodorer awe -.c 'M rnLtlls w -.

+ tl/ Illaa.. .M "belated' to give him a good sound round BI LISTENING TO THE .* ea* .W i..! Mew .. ;;:
I factory by" tHIN ........ .. i .
kiN *{ applause for his untiring faithful work. BIG SHOT"DICTATE( opportMMkMleu ...... It Se -wE.

ease, Andy Slaughter is not a self horn-tooter. HIS _..... ,... __ g4Mt ""
IMPORTANT .
He hal worked thoroughly and faithfully, CORRESPONDENCE- by our t......... -al .a .a .... {R .1gMa.. .v.......-..--. '.JII;
igrit IRN r gafMs4i.ees feed hnavfryCOUBUIM. 1++.. 'a __
him well i
M th*.e who have been close to ,
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The results! of his work are best '1.1 fr.trvt re.--r,t .n.... w ..".. .,.. ,,,,, 8-S KANSAS CiTy lr' R,. I i citiJsSi ..... a.

,.. ....I Head meaaured in the growth of Our Town, its I .e....

1 } t t ......... r Not .,. r wtieP business its population, and its fame -- - I| Los Ansei*. rke.e..

r .:ate M 14. ..... .-M ... from roast to roast. : PITCHING HORSESHOES
Warren JfHt4 1.taal
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...... J We join with his thousands of friends in wtlasiigswtltikpn,

tit t .4th .> ..1 MiMiinwqi prating': that his overworked constitution I Calling on 'NttrtrEdrtar .e...P e t ..
mill be able to overcome the attacks from I 'Ghost'of I Berlin Ortai. lMru.4 .... ..
''''' 1r .. MMM t.4rw I0. Irving .
...... w < .eeMek """"
.... ... ease
._ .. ary .. M ..... .... *..4.Ntdrsrarrm which he is suffering. There are r ea ...
timtom .* M. taw Mm '"* esr l.d -.
n By BILLY ROSE broke the him bed .. ...
nobody ever news to about He .
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iii ... ..... t A wa Spending for Growth and Progress country tmgltia0aat w _
: ft.tst keeps me chained to the and night and day ... .. .
piano-
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. I day a skinny kid. no bigger! than afire ago the .... ....... wwrg Igl/ _
0. .*' 9>om in. **IC ORLANDO WE like to talk about Our he cracks the whip and sarI "Lift that note totethat
hydrant came up and asked me for a job. the BrK PetIa teieo stir r
<*.* few *vM S rfh wlraL IN bar!' Alexanders Ragtime Band, Pretty L
Town as one of the fastest growing, "What do you do son?" I asked him. "Whats popwtoi Eurgee Mwtrcaliy 4dD .. :
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.... \11 .. 4 .... Malt+ IF. fMtMI Girl is Like a Melody. Always. God Bless America. .J-jh-
.. .. ....-.. most progressive: in Florida. specialty" White Christmas-thousands of them-who can remember w> N 1AI illalr .
And U> true. Central Florida's metroptltJ "You ought to know me:' he said. "I'm the little them all?" States. "
... rfc. I'HIU4f / li mushrooming in population, in More has i gMllsi.t .. e ",
colored boy who writes Irving Berlins songs: "Nobody but everybody" I said. "You're the kid ... .
i: ... .. f f.C Ik. ,[,reusing: and in business. "Well. hate a chair." I who turned Tin Pan Alley into a boutoard" were emgl..r4 is A.rg NPlgat4 ... ...... ....

00. tw1kl.g .1.u1 But there are other rapidly growing I said. "Have two chairs. Save the sweet talk," said the urchin. "We'veheard year PpethsttIM r ft N ..-. 1"f "- & -
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high--ev" i e***
Florida. cities and they are spending money I've been hearing about pvueEQE better from Congress. But what kind of a life I war y",l-

..' ... ... if.114 M1 .....a art for their growth; you for years.: How I long CaMfS is this for a growing boy? Those Music Box revues I! No e'i.pore serM. a... '"

.., tit. s .tt tu1... .*. ..M* to In Ft Lauderdale the other day a $7 have Jim worked: for Air. were' tough enough-but ever since talking pictures Burred tn a..r 1y a sand : 'I..a.T' : -
.. 'I Berlin" he's had me living on benzedrine."I SetotM ..sl tlrite e.trsasre eiteslrF
million" bond issue was sold to erect a
1 "Oh since 1907:' he replied sure hope there ain't no more shooting wars to fittet *m... /altt ..-. ar
.. 1IIft.. .. .,. .........* IW tikes beach recreation center. I
"I wrote his first You see that arm? Forty-seven inoculations! T\uce
4If-!! # tlb '11MtO ... .Ma rt A....U41. Growth costs money and Ft. Lauderdale r ditty when he was a singing already he's dragged me off to a tent and made me ease.More pe.tt, iJt/M glee _o M '

...... ,e ill .......... tta Na.tMit.. lilt the if willing: to pay. waiter down on the ante soldier shows. are ear ailed NMend tslM {
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I * ia.... hepl+.n. Bowery." "The last one made 10 million bucks and do legesUachert AM' iwAM taste 5

< 1 ..-..SHBW F..a1ttlMli.r THE MERRY-GO-ROUND "You look kind of young I G you know 5Om'thinr-that crazy man give it aUto Life eif"cta Urw r**. br '
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ws a .1.ea title t e.. ....-id. N fa pnn for a fellow whos been Army Relief! to more tbH M >iai

!t... saesIa. MfaM. r get ihM- grinding them out for "When we got back I thought he might let me to fKure rereanir rMsed.l. ... ft.
-4IlJ.! ] : .Mn.ld Vets See Little Aid years" I said 39. take it easy for a spell-but not him! Bang! Ins Metropolitan Uf Mug1M r .. -- ;.
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"Why shouldnt I? back in Hollywood slaving away on a picture ;I But amid an u.
..;: ..... tit I halt ly DREW PEARSON answered, "Irving does Blue Skies Voom! I'm back in New York, doing 18 I signs the..epleaslac h..Petssl ..... ... .t .1.sit

HtNOTON-Aft.u the smoke of Conpest the worrying for both oft songs! for something called Annie Get Your Gun I I ...*....... .*.. t0 r a.ot.. '
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nal httl cleared I thousanda of stunned veterans >a." can't take it no more Mr Rose If you've got some diMiutettnf tin pa .. .

..,. VsJ 1 tdt UMA. of Once arthed the headlines for word of an expected inereue "Well then, why do you want to leave him" I little job around here I can do, and live like ordi I the refer ky ui Ma 1 Po..cTr e w ., ui -.
in students' subsistence on-the-Job training asked "Do m't he pay you well" nary folks. I'm your boy:'
4 *... fP .** t.>r..., theyt .. recndescr' uw a.5 :
p cipaf. far, plus promised automobiles for the blind and "Oh sure" he said, "he gives me every dime he I hope Irving doesnt mind but I've hired 1m the revsrn t* $Mrs si..... .
"-' r amt .. .tati Newt H4atheat amputees Both bills had passed the Senate by I makes. But that man won't let me sleep I guess little colored boy to write these columns. I Once again it -__ ilkW. w i. f/Nn fJi '

'" ....... ....... iw 'il ........ unanimous rot, had been shoved hurriedly through tag accepted as a ia IMI ..erew

FS9 .,. the HOUM Veterans Affairs Committee !t I wise man of U. WM 41r etlw ..v
INTERPRETING THE NEWS ON ECONOMIC SITUATION I .. g3 .<
1- t l Sji S BWp ....wee ..Mutte However, nothing happened. The bills river ..._. -1--T _. he u being ..M w tlait4M/ .. ....C-
.. Ew MH tfttf essne gW1. I" 1 I| pointed U. seninrlr
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U J 111 tuietly turned thumbs down on the veterans legislation Hoover'.rtns m as 'lilt 0tlgis .. 5b
Strategy was plotted at a secret meeting of -- ar-
d a t/liew Ks4 ad puzzling a Ml astan.. ..-
tn* Republican Steering Committee, where In't.na'i to entire are again' balms g+11r.d M wand
lend gs101d attract I Bf J M. ROBERTS JRIAP has a political effect dangerous our
Majority' Leader Charlie Halleck argued r Fireg Af'cn Ai ,f j jI the |*..H I* silaM fell
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- ... that the Republican party which position. pers. same M.tss.. m .... tIIr.I.
.... ..1 _. .1 .... eerier I Prime Min. Attlee will be addressing the American .... =
had promised' more economy than France and Italy need help. too. and must have seem \e think M M UM
nation as well as the British when he stands .. .. ;: = \ ;
... .. ... Men and It had been able to legislate, could jaM it if they are to be saved from falling into the thunder I at sstta.d tf. .
before Parliament today to describe his Government Mount Sinai. .he s w M. this
-I .k eh.t1 1 : red 11M.IIIMitt/ But afford any more veterans bene- Russian sphere. And one glance at the traditional ,. -.. .4. It ,*" 4- ft
alofu bad a ds n M
**** nag Mi .. ftortf ..... ..f the fluat least not this year s plans for meeting the economic crisIs. currents of world trade shows what will happen to I Moses o.u.... 1M __l NI .. -... ..."

.Wl -4... fHa W MHHM p. deals. art This caused a vigorous clash in- It is not merely as the London Financial Times us 11 all Europe is taken over by one country haw bees ata.M .. Ma .

<** std. Republican ranks. put it. that the British must convince America which through her own trade methods, can kill off each ei*.r tn UM rlsg4 =-. "

..... .... 4t.i ta4 medl", Rule Chm Leo Allen obediently - t., that they "are a sound business proposition and the ability of the other countries to buy from us. honorary delvea w MS M ..

_. .tre ...... Millis .. ram fVfl$ refused to grant necessary rules worthy of fresh assistance." That is important for Rehabilitation of Britain herself as an important the UM e.taal. 1M. sad ela
i. permit a tote on the veterans AU thss .......m -!7 r
. the U. S cannot carry the load regardless of good customer U likewise essential to U. S. economy, .: .
-< .. *;_ .m tllgst ....... had ....Ia. But Maus' husetta' mother very dl.5WMtwi.. .. -
.S intentions, unless we can prime not to mention the empire as a whole. ....... 1. M ..,
4 !M .wlftlr ...- tip. .. lditiMtg vat I ly Edith Noun Rogers, chairman whoa I. Mao
:the European rather than .dslsr tstagtt r8/ '
pump 2te. In ttetfoundattMi
has that she reviewingher
of tfl. Veterans Affairs Commit- Australia announced is
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..4sH .. ... ...,. a fM4 1 MIM tHo tlM a Republican- refused toN : expenses own situation to see what she can do to help worst paaar alai ...t tt- w sr..., r"

.. ... M ... t.le date bullied For three days she Halleck transcending that is the fact that Britain. Buying more from Britain and less fromus the ,,rht. .I4.. ..ot. a0 . ..
A.J ild to forte the bills before the House. Stubbornly as Britain finds herself unable to is one w Australia has already restricted im- .. ..
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.. M .. ..... JI-Mills ..'.".. strut as the .H.tr.4 wed .. .. .
... she jumped to her feet at every opportunity. meet her obligations we are havIng ports of American luxury goods. That kind of geared .... ..t. m --= e-

demanding unanimous consent to proceed. But I II to assume them. Greece and thing can become a vicious circle. times. MM IoSi1 *. .
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i prater Jo Martin shrugged her aside. Turkey are cases in point. Ger- So far as its effect on world trade is concerned.' meat w..i I-

-. ti.. I Finally Mrs. Rogers buttonholed both Martin many may be next. Britain's austerity is much akin to Germany self- a ere a.tterd. so etrw .

and HaReck in private, trying every means of per 4 divine r.n4a aM l.. tr tM ..
That's the sort of thing that sufficiency campaign after World War L Britain ....
.. WtltCOt1tt01 MMtteB But It was no 10. Slumping into a chair causes greatest concern in the might eventually balance her books by buying less century teas .leas. so a

la th. cloakroom, she muttered bitterly United States. and producing more. but the balance would be claimed rW t1. sag
ltN w ... e mastered a4 eruiMMM 1
1 -I 4n"t knew what to do. They don't give me Russia has advertised that she struck at a point far below her normal living stand stood Ut* Ai ..... ..te Yt

1 .. 'f'i. I tetKM.. They just get angry." expects the Western world to colAttlee ard and seriously weaken her as one of the pillars of tern as was n>r% ... ... di11.. ... ... ** lapse economically, and has been accused of tryingto the Western world theM*.

,.. .. ... l's- __ ...... On the eve of the lat session the lady fromi hasten it. On our part we have realized that another Mr. Attlee's program then to avoid great disappointment Then can MM ter ainr ?

wr i Massachusetts made a lut desperate plea. world depression would make it doubly dIfficult on this side of the Atlantic must not Ut* swiss 1 II

f ... ..... """'a" i "I do not know how the members can to back if not impossible. to hold the: line against be a mere stopgap but must contain something In 1>U Hd w.e ... e4t1sIM .14 -+

.. ..... ... and I do not know how I can go back," she cried, aggressive totalitarian Communism. upon which to base hope of eventual British rehabilitation dent of KM handed -

,.. ,. :...:....rI.: ...... and tell the veterans . 'No. the Congress has The continuing British economic crisis there- as.a'buyer as well as a seller. tmeer"than a year soak see..MM.. e. ;

pawed millions and millions of dollars for relief to economic ilMetn :

1 .... l1l. t1. hairs .sopal foreign countries and never counted the cost but wear airplane with ...
Mt pa.utftaluillaUon for the veterans because GOP Likened i Winter Park T Truman Hoover seeawd. utle..$
.n .f the cost' . I believe the leadership will bring I Signs H* grew mote kt ii/r i1aM -

41It. p 0 -- BI- 1 M rM4tt .p MIA** bills for action tomorrow. I still have faith. fused as tfc* '."u_ ___

t -.. .. ..... I to twit beheve that faith will be betrayed Adopts New While Hsaa etllsaa.f +.,

..,111 ....... .. ......... But the aettion ended, and the bills were til. To 'Small 21 croak thai M s-.tl. .. d11 .
More Bills
... 4C. Ita 4l ...... knitted At the in height Otnmutrr of the battle Washington's loca. Boy'COLUMBUS I Zoning LawWINTER arewvd low t...tM. ......ssa. s..M_r _ass g .

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i ..:.. :.:r w Am Vet post happened to select Speaker Joe Mar- Ga. I IUPI I Rep.l! PARK-City Commis- WASHINGTON f U P 1 Pres deeper

.. ,, *". tolls d/ c1iIttI' ...:!- tM .., an honorary life membership Minority Pace ID.-Ga.1 declared yesterdaythe sioners last night passed a zoning Truman returned from a restful
t4er 9am Raybura was supposed to speak on theam I Republican majority in the ordinance which has been under week-end at his mountain lodge

pwram. but a last minute change kept him 80th Congress was like some small consideration for several months yesterday to resume work on the GovernorBOllZOVTAL; !
-s .a-w ...y and Mrs Rogers was hustled on the speakers town boy who has been away from and Mayor B. R. Coleman will pile of bills and appointments I
the home so long he simply can't return name a board of authority to interpret awaiting him.
pislf eat to take his plate Still smarting over I
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*< defeat of veterans legislation and with the press and understand the people:' and enforce It. During a busy afternoon he: *M.*r4.

E --- .... .... -" sac. .afelr atewnt. the lady from Massachusetts really I said The Republicans 3d Georgia had District been out solon of I I It was become ordered effective that the immediately ordinance -- to I lift, Signed the maximum 21 bills, including monthly one pay 1.S PKtwvd Igoverer ... ...e

. ... Pile toner guest have ItTher with the Board of authority 1 ..
ails tllwiwlsl t1AalAa .. i ... control so long 'that the major' for on-the-job trainees with more
...' -e4t.- 011. .I'I...,e.aAest have been times when I have hated part of their actions demonstratedthey I recommending changes or addi- than 30 per cent disability from 10 Greek.... M" ......
,***lt ....rUn." she declared. "I suppose there I I were out of step with the tions as necessary.The $105 to $115 for single veterans 13 Great Lake 4 lEsbri ...

".*. fc**s time when he has hated me' But in a times and out of sympathy with I, commission also passed and from $115 to $145 for married 14 ChritiBSi .it...
Atli ..p -. w 4r IM4 b 4.a ls'awlNeh 4. wwra/v we can disagree and still be friends I the needs and views of the Amen first reading of a new franchise ex-servicemen. long I I.... .....

.- .. .... ..... ......... rurwartf. But I do wish he would let me be can people." with the Orlando Transit %. Appointed John R. Alison. 15 Aunt A,.

_+.. ..... ... r ...laat.d fiIIII""It" .,.. >r for a day," II He stressed the need of early Co. for operation of passenger 35, aviation consultant of HCdfff MM'I M .

adoption of a nationwide. long buses through Winter Park. Sec- Gainesville, fla.. and New York, 11 Genus el Ui
range farm plan to prevent I and reading of the franchisewas to be his new AvsL Sec of Commerce lizards .*** III Al
II k4 MofR+M Sentinel Radio Program I sweeping Republican changes in sd for the board next regular for Aeronautics to succeed llSaiirt tab ) ..... N 1 ar-

the current agriculture program. : meetingPaving William A. M. Burden who II Gave m4Mtft I* W .
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Lt1ira $- hnr Pad C18..a Stndia Party coln Ave to Canton Ave. was approved -
: t.ii.: :: .t D I rtm__.Htndia Party : Pace warned that some elements the Government and people of 23 Indus w( Is1,, M AM T.2I'J'd.! .. Party m,- I I ( .* e"
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death of
I Republican Party would CoL E. Y. Harpole was named Uruguay upon the Pres. 24 Aviator
ew a.t.nN w W'w Twin Sky cut* Pbattt.- ,_M St*:di a. Parts== try to rewrite virtually all farm I i building inspector to fill a vacancy Tomas Berreta. 23&. be M'! H Twlw. M I

$ Ti t it h .M a.. ... Jak At. .itr.et Radi Red.aCT. __ \legislation when price supports are left by resignation of William B. | "Pocket vetoed" two minor 2?Girl sane
{. 1 .MMW ....0..> J> 4.>a.. FtihlBt ilea .___ removed ,
next year I Newell. bills one to compensate a former JO Toward ,
wee -f.-.U. .... .'._ L-wta.-h.pu Club '
"t N>tr11 a.n r .... M..l* -,_1. the Spartllttf > Pearl Harbor shipyard.worker and 31 Hi u 1M'fl'Mf :
Air Arthur Ma:. ...Mut.i tar DiBlx Bombs Blast BritishOfficers' the other to reimburse the District On,.,..
C: t'J:. !tree ,_Para.. :_ Rieb.r4HarkBaRMtlic Hopes Dim for RescueOf of Columbia for equipping the U. t<
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. rr this. all ___ 1 lrlt_ >r w... A..lng 99 .hM stars tn !

flog .taI ..... ....... +! r of tie ..... then tookManuel TAP1 r The Cardinals Had Unexpected Rosuto

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made it four straight on their new KVIllI
54 .. ifM S tsar .... ...... 1lllkrt hipped 1 I I
est dine for a pennant recovery | NEW YORK (UPJ) Just arv-ut p" i
-.. a.M4 .. .-e.. Mn.. a, the numherv 1
.l1W .. yesterday. by lambasting five Cub ; I breaking right for the BrookKr r)..o. , V !

trAuw/ ... v MM rtM ...i.i ....... at the pitchers' for 17 hits and a 81ic- r screwiest deal of the season

___ Mwa tit... pIN ..* pltw tl.. lri hr M .. time or Mitt ton. before a crowd of 20.215 r v In Playoff : The Hank Behrman deal! .'c, >1", V -. ... I Ii

... elaL.sl flMMM ..... titles aaj M they cwee swrltcring in 97 degree temperature the Dodgers 'possess at the m imcnt .. ....

..... ... 4Ma i.d a rs-li-4'" pn.pect t1 evidence that Branch Rickevil "' .... "." 3
-..; .. ... rib ..-", alwr rat Iftr trip M lee WUtatrI Howie Pollet held the Cubs in L'Jsr i ST. PAUL (API) A cool and efficient i "team of destiny"* may arrive a .... ---- 1

tr r/ew .lMla4 w I ........ I* a wore ap- ,i check with well-spaced hits to : -gIN Jim Ferrier of Chicago year ahead of schedule Even: be- Hambletonw; ---.. .-.... .
..... .. .. ... lMaut 111n.e4 shot a four under par 68 yester- fore Leo Durocher was assigned fit fr
register his seventh victory of the TIGER ORGANIZATION; day to win the St. Paul open golf to the penalty box. Rickev figured ... -- ...... ,. III f

r tit '...... m d .. i-b-14tw .... "."'''.. .h. MWMtn season The Detroit Tigers announcedthe title and the $:000 first money ina his kid team shouldn't win a pennant Week Opa", .. .. 4wA.54 / ... .* i
signing yesterday of Rob- playoff with Fred Haas Jr., of before 1948. ..* ............. .. -...
.. M iMS ftw.ar s YMCA .a E $fa4i.olla Atf. The Cubs fresh from a three- Cut Mi r
New Orleans loose
who shot a 71. by Brooklyn on May %! tM fame sweep of the Brooklyn ert fRedl Rolfe, former star' 3 and so ineffective At Goshen J

-S. ts1... ...... kl1 He ... hit .lIh either series counted their lone run third baseman of the New ', Haas, who jot 51,400 for see Pittsburgh Pirates even the couldnt desperate .**. -.v. I4

M ltd ..... H. ...... hh a iod pr.'petLtwl in the third on straight singles:: York Yankees and later base-) into ond place the playoff and Ferrier by were finishing sent i use him. Behrman returned to the GOerIrM I" Y M t8a.titaWn1. ;,;:-..- *flftpr ...%..r.. .. f. (l

. A .. A+..sl .... ...H .... H. h..n't had t. bv and ladie:Phil Cavarretta aitkusndv Pollet Pafko shutoff ball and basketball cocch at the scheduled 71 holes tied at : Dodgers on June 13 and suddenly (I .#' ..... 4. pt. a1 tlliNigr aOond %.. a1a f ..... .. I I I

_ t1dm Sirh.. ... .... N ft.t he ha a Ittt I.MMr11 their every scoring; threat Yale University, in the capacity 272 Sunday. At the end of yestrrday's I{', became a winning pitcher. 1'aIM II.. ill .IN. fwd lMt t *?. f
of the ....
I round I Now the Bums Cur tat yRiMINnrl tact-S*-
of Ferner had 340 regard the hfl
tAr.ar".. ..... .... wt g1.la. S. Kard ehanceaN. thereafter supervisor of scouting strokes to 343 for Haas young right hander as a good Makes s .. .... ..tiema.s .e'., _
Rolfe last piloted profes- w...... '. ,4 fr I
The Cardinals rolled the winning year a luck charm ...ft -5 .
.. They started their r
..... 4.ra- ealaaOr rti1M wwb Mgt ..... a Mt Iw.a11mI ,
Ferrier playing shot with ..
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.. < total into a string of four s sional basketball team in : every i surge the day the Pirates us sliav ... *. I fe
l.ua. two-run innings beginning with Toronto. I II .virtuallY the same stance was i dumped him back In Brow.Taira.. .. I- **% fc\ ..**. .
Rickey's
... . air -A. file .... oos, 81M '...... .h. ... m m lIft8fil.tft starter Bob Chipman in the fourth I I II' never over par yesterday while lap and asked for a return *f .. tilr5 0 lr.wr ty .
4 iiM 1tiR lb r ." ...w M..... ir4. .....j 4.r.....as I III hu' 3A0. pith a walk and successive singlesby Haa went one stroke over on each the S50,000 they had paid Brook key .... M '.. ... a." x

ai II Terry Moore"Marty Marion and of three holes. Ferrier scored lyn in the conditional sale 1'f'1'I.' e. a t.tw t .V I

-'E.-. ..de .... tea..s ..I.ething Del Rice They added two more i I CooperAddsTo5lickWork birdies on the second. ixth.t'le'enth Behrman possessor of a fine .1 h a :'a ausce
I IY. .... htli. irate hlm'f'lf off Emil Kush in the fifth on and sixteenth for his fast ball. contributed \
J four under par 68. Haas dropped I considerably A 114... ...... ...
I13 booihts ....t .. 1ha1 stain's a smart three hits. including Marion's two-i the same number of birdies but I more than luck-winning three peeled. b ... ..... .

.... .... .... M .'... ,: run single. and kept up the pace his difficulty on the three holes I games for the Brooks and saving .a,. of (44. t J .... .i ifrMW.

0 ... oil ... a1" 4r I t.N .... h14 rasII, ...... cwt one",. andla. In the sixth on singles: by Pollet cancelled out all but one of them. I four others up to Aug 2. meet4og Res ....w'.

-. a. ...... Ma.ed H. .a 'Iw ra.... round of Uwot- and Erv Dusak and a triple by The 25-year-old pitcher discovered \.... a" torn ft***. .

.. 4.F. .... f r v .... r ... .. M a daft fwd prapeel lie Whitejr KurowskI. on a Brooklyn sandlotwas HalfM ....... ... r.

4 .. .... wliw Ale Mfr M'l ...... ..iMNI Stan Musials homer over the NEW YORK (API Walker Cooper I
E .... ttW .... a iNre s. ins ha.t Mc 'eund right field wall started the Card- , the Giants' $175.000 bust' of I quite a yammer went up from the thought. .t bs Iaa., ... ... !
.. trial scoring in the eighth off Russ Flatbush faithful when Behrman. .f ........ ..... 1t.-. :
.. o.i a ..atlir M iitiwa I j i Metes and they added another I II |i 1946, makes his purchase look Boudreau As Kirby Higbe, Cal McLish Homer . .

4 a I i I run on two singles off Meers and : better as each day passes The big | Howell and Gene Mauch were sent The M Ardour 1 tA1t>Ai ll'l' t 5' .-, a.....a *" tiIIIor

.. _ H % IR+41 WM.i.. UrMrr tralner-b ier'''' a pair of walks off reliefer Hank I New York catcher, who does his {I to Pittsburgh for AI Gionfriddoand l'eI..1 ..... tat t.*....... lea . a .e9 \
Leader trotltnaf will .Iriltl .......t .... . 4' 0 _.... ai'I I
t tills S. rr. sie _i ..... 1M ttgz a ... lrsltk tie tnMaig WylW'. I best rutting away from th" home Batting ; a bundle of greenbacks said

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... I- ... dd4 __ IAN M ..... ... rtMN.4. ', """ .J .' I..srs.I'. . : I"r ::.. .brhea j. I I points dunne the week ended Sun- CHICAGO (IAP) George Kell "Koiby" long had been a favorite This iarr hMMrrttd r.NI h5 'S R = : .411rg ?
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,....... ; a Detroit Tigers third baseman, as a puna* i*> UMIOWIM filii .,
If rf ; N I s 1hllIu. I" 4 I : much of the displeasure voiced
.. & .. .. .... Y Iis M4w- .. that. ease thing day to boost his batting average :
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Mvtl.l Ik I I 3 11 I PalWffk I I 3 II 0 took over the American League about the deal concerned Behr poor 0 r.-Mt e4. w *
r i. -.. .._. ....... II. |H.* ft***. He dorn ..r- .,!.Jt. a I I :Tatar tta Itlauah 3 II I :3 aI from .323 to 327 batting leadership from Cleve-i tier No fvwtn thM *.*** .. t:
5 1 1 0 M" nil I n II 4 e man who dovetailed into the I
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&. Mw alsea ai ........ H. _u r... you 1ladayI *-...-,< : 1 I I 1 X,......_ rf 1 I I His consistent clouting:: on the land's Lou Boudreau, statistics; I II Rickey youth plan. Tompkuu ...." ... '...... : -
x. .....n rf t. 1 t .;laha.n 2b 4 0 1 2 t road jumped him into second place disclosed yesterday. '' the bw Mt dW .......... Lli8r
. i At the time. Higbe said: I
110_. rf l f '1\1mdJro."S 4 5 1 I 3 behind Philadelphia Harry Wal- I m a
..raft plsrtl has My gtsv torn erect for UMr Mkw a I. 3 1 %''01/,11I.. J" a tI : In games through Sunday. Kell'' !glad Hank's going to Pittsburgh These i MrlOreThoun '*"d ....... w /
.. ..utl trash filene touch 't let a kneekMr I II {I ..... \ 1 J 4. ',K.llaAb a 5555 050,5" ker 3471) in the Walker National League'sbatting 'made 122 hits loran average of I with me. They got two winners ,IN Tt.1 1M tluis 4rMt
I P.IM.p 'I I Tana pace. dropped a
/ 11r1 ;Lade p e100i point from his mark of weekago. .335, a climb 01 now, anyway." Old Hig turned out : 1431 BtD d.a.. r INIlam ,
I !ifj- :: .bo.1{ i b5tUtVel I' I 1 1 a eight points from wrong both counts. far as Song to 1141 I... ,..... floss r ,
tar on as
coca a to keep nw eye en I"...... 1 0 5 alane. 1944
.... a .... elk .*.. .maUM. and dent .. S a II I I fourth place during the Pirates were concerned. 'S i
Ausie: Galan Cincinnati's"old Roduey sllttm sed ..
.- ... .IAI t$ i.ring 1 1Tdal. the week When the trading deadline approached -I z: so
----I --- -- pro" zoomed his average i Boudreau, with June 15 post favor** m 17 I 1 4M !
e a e I _.*..* f.Im.. wh 17. 27,la I'!SA.k I .Tolill U lion It 19 points to take over third 106 hits, slumped ; Herman of on the Pirates reluctantly Mgr. Billy won the Tt 4 ...... 1rii nth

..... .... hM.I..d ........ hi the frtare.f Hdnll -atnajM f* Lat 1... place with .326 as Pittsburgh's I| one point to .334. I decided he couldn't use Behrman. I rear R.il11etM ......, II .. Aai

.. Ili.0 Mid ..... ....... M beeeming one of 1 N.r-f1-.-M M far Wn t. *b.m MM 222 I M efk. Frank Gustine, his batting i Next in line were f I Hank Greenberg had toiled with i: turn the tuck at ..... 'w sill t
.... streak broken. dropped from 1 W....ldo'Schroeder
... .. -" eel Cta 5001rr ; Joe DiMaggio the youngster. trying to develop race on <

I ...... tit.. v1TagAgIr "........ ,. ja5t be.w.eris : auwbl_ 'f:, Metal*._rararmta kartH In.: Marten T... bug I. Kir nits.. second to fourth with .320. The New York .326; I an effective motion to disguise his 4

.sN .. Ai.b M al Thn. bug hi': Kurmrtkl Hmo Burro infielder had a .329 average Ted Williams,
I a- w Mp Mi it riM ...tn. I ir I' "" I pitches. but nothing seemed to
eM Wwta l....kr.* pl IOJ"V Marlon SrhoniihnMt seven days ago
... r w -e .Awe b gel started in the I,>' awl "....I: "' ..... ,.....l>ili. Left m barn: Boston 323.; I workAfter FryVictories .
.. .... drt- w1 '.+wRalit.jti . /rrrw t* hoeing belore he1 I II I I f I .It II (rktrai >, Bag *n halh. elf TOM Behind Galan in order came Luke Appung, the Pirates returned .

.. +aradirt. .n.
,. dt...Il1 of per Ire .... 14. s.4 & draw Ith Sammyri I' ,r,".n a 'n t 1 3 tnninii Lah < In :; Rush '. Cav'arreta. Chicago .308; Dixie Barney McCos- f Dodgers but :Mgr. Burt Shotton t1. 0
I 1 'i I : M-. 3 n : 1: WTW I In 1 1 I Walker .306 key. Philadel-! took dim view of Hank's
If 11.i1 . ,.. .. Brooklyn : Johnny a young Score
Ma stir w..t ,* .his world light. fig P" i "h'_aii Imp'mGorr Pit I Kell h ia. .314:1 I Ii 4 .
till 0 8.11., TlnM. !'f! iMize New York. and Bob Elliott i p ability If Pittsburgh couldn'tuse
li-saaiit Attond.iealS.21I.I
Ie 1I1t11 saa Ye.iea make tl wrltht limit I .la. M1 oar.M .
Boston each .303. and Enos i George McQuinn, New York, .308; a pitcher, who (could
.... It .. tl pd .N .... That. ... IN small I
a South Slaughter the fourth newcomerto I Johnny Pesky. Boston, 306; Bob I Shotton nursed him through
Walker's : t'P '
WXTTH OflAIMMC
I -......,. wrrf tough Blow the weeks. list .302. Other Dillinger. St. Louis, .304, and nine relief assignments one of a
seeded Ted &Rn1111t .. M
.III. ... i faces the ten Tommy Hennch. New York, 301. .. >w s- 1iM INN
new big
.n.rlne. in are which he lost for his third defeat debut tn the 2UI aetawM .......
teas a ...,.,. of days Gives Cavarretta. Dixie Walker and Elliott Pesky again led in hits with of the jear but he saved four GraM CMirtthtps. ?1.a.s A.iIt111A < .- .

't Wi.n .,...*|aitr4 II* broke Dodgers Carl Furillo and Spider Jorgensen I 124 gaining five last week. His i[ others for fading pitchers during W.. .ky ....u IS aMMO1p -M+ d1r
of Brooklyn. Kiner teammate Ted Williams, led la .I S0. saN15
,.,. |. fill the other Ralph j Brooklyn's big winning streak. Finally from Aus4rt Ot.a 11 T fill
....'tnl youngster 10-lnning Win Pittsburgh! and Andy Pafko Chi- three categories: runs, 79; rum f' he started against the Cubson Sea ClIff NT.1rM4. M ttMm.
out of the I batted in. 74 and home 24.
slumped picture. .
icago I runs, July 12 and escaped with no
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f1 ....rt hta week from BOSTON (AP] The Brooklyn (r Other department leaders are '! Boudreau had the most doubles I!1 decision his reliever winning 8-2. I-e '-1 .bIIsN NilCMt4nle' = ,aIN OaMilnMi
? 1 Jackie Robinson 91 28. and Dave
Brooklyn Philley. Chicago Four days later, he started and
.. w i .. 11I> ours Mtrai Arialn 1 tw ant. M M them Dodders lat night ended a losing II I ; scoot d Gubar.Mass. .
r de1rD tf run and 15 stolen bases: Gustine rookie. Mickey Vernon of Washington j
at three by edging i i won against the Pirates-who .
''uwg' _. .... jttreak games
-- and trra4 fcfl I
i the Boston Braves 4-2 on the 127 hits: Slaughter and Holmes and Tommy Henrich, each couldnt use him remember- Seymour fk..ttlan pWd i I
I Mreneth of Dixie Walker's two :{I 22 doubles each; Harry Walker 11 : clouted nine triples to tie for : then won a six-hit starting Job at .. IOM seer ..u.. Rl1 .rvra :

run homer into the right field bullpen (i triples. and Ewell Blackwell 137 I leadership! among the three-bag-'I I I Cincinnati and dumped the Pirates 'Jr. rtf Nee..Yy. % ,.. a-a .Net t*.
Screwy Athletic Round Table I in the 10th Inning I strikeouts and an 18-4 pitching : ger swatters. I again at Pittsburgh. Third 41r.a.. _tww hi. .

I The count was two balls and no fl record. Dillinger stole two more bases |! Maybe it's luck. but whats the Akron ant ..... 0.lrM ... tlr :i-r 1 1w
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strikes on the veteran outfielder Blackwell had two streaks j| during the week to up his I Ii difference The Dodgers are experts first' 01 Uw Ielltaillt 11LIIIrt M11

CM/ Meet To Open Thursday when he drove an inside- pitch on snapped dunn the week. The i I league-leading total to 25. i at losing pennants and if era to scan a 1tlAlsrf 'S tiroal.5t :
a line out of the playing field to i Giants ended his winning skeinat Victor Raschi, New York Yankee I luck is the only way they can win. > 1 terw.ay 111. tsh .-

w"* \ > .r TW |(. r.,,,.,.M. Open Golf score Pistol Pete Reiser ahead of 'finished 16 and his the consecutive heat and the Braves right hander had a perfect record I that's all right. too. No 7 mU..Mg hod ... llehmisatiag .... raa

,.. ..... .... ..a .h. him. It was Walkers seventh four- completecontests i of five wins without a loss to i" I Mes 11aA.n 8allrsr MMaw
It" chain 13.
putar p fabulouft at The defeats
Athletics two I
r . baUer of the season and the 100th 1 take over the league's pitching I 'I'of Yfrnkm JI Y .-. a i toiSeofieM aseceo4sated ,.. PKL.
.. a. 4 ,'s .t, t'w .". .tw.m pen Haan and of his big league career. Reiser I I equalled his losses for the lead from Clevelands Mel Harder, Aussie Named |, sttntAI ..... -

s... 1 ..-.e ....; "'-t..... ..., a bwlav run mU.ed a home run by only a entire season Ernie Bonham the 'j i 6-1. Raschi's record last year with I s* ttk. Vulv.late di ... .: :

.' ..s .... .-..ie.t ew RnM T4s_a. whn .........red couple of feet when he doubled I former for Nw York Yankee now the Binghampton, N. Y., club of '{i aMt. tlM ..... ..... 4N > :: :.: : d =A. .IIOO.UII. 'lot". 1 BOSTON (N1 a rf'cord.lA's Bob Feller. the Indians' fire- ''H La.. ., Pwiui 111b M ... 1
.sat 4 r pwtlr ... L./ltolli... O..nt 54ne1. sir. a .k r. 1 bailer had 10 more strikeouts dur- 1.3 5 5 I

ant a N..Mr Oa..a eeMl.am Sill..1. Overcome } ing the week to boost his league- On Mat SlateThe -- .
O.ut.1r I I I 4 it.Row.llt 15 1 e s rt
fII Aoetra 1fHfMr. 811. A1. "._,If J I I fLMMlrrlrUeterffrB a 1 I I 15a.ahaa5 leading total to 139. second AmVetsponsoredweekly ; Fletcher Proct...4 T i iI
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"'ltta ...ame a1. Palmer.ffle s. I 1.F.M4'.Ib 502133, wrestling card will be presented -I Fletcher hiaMga aaA- '.b ...

p1M..ss.n.is .. bf' meet..w I, .mow1....... I 1 I 1 1 1 0 S1IIIhC1.3It I!H.Lh S.$5553 2 I 4'! Lead Homers Pace Reds I at 8;30 p.m. today at Legion -II MId a MaeiM ssblli ,... .

tar tto N 1111 fleet 4......., I 1 3 I EF.-sde.u: 1 0 I ;2, Arena with a popular Aus- Grand A.enounred et8u.... __ N TpMV
prbe metneyt4. : 1'.e. Ii. If.T..._ 1 5001la Mu N.. ..... _
To 7-4 Triumph tralian tag team match and a I :
+ai iMb .. offs ..... a.Mg .." 20and \w'.eWa! ills.. I 4ei3Ia4.r 0002; I For 9-5 WinNEW i featured three-fall match listed I i __ }JD

.p.eiw0 .tlt $14N lean amMd. I 150.0 PITTSBURGH tAPl Eddie Lu- ,j on the program. Tonight has been
yp' s a. .. -, It tto K T Ktrd Top BMH>y for ., 4 5 I 1 J1 YORK FAP1 Scoring five kon and Grady Hatton last night I II i designated Country Store night. !

-... v "'. ii* .ili i! k* IIM ,... -----1 t* 11.IIt: 01 l T...... IS- -3-8-:M-18 runs in the fifth the Philadelphia I smashed out homers, each with i with prizes of hams. etc. offered.
5 ft1IiI aay fr F......... In ..h Athletics overcame a 4-3 deficit one man aboard, to pace the Cincinnati I Promoter Temple Mason has
b---u4 fM.. Mcrmkk IB ."ham and went to defeat the
i on league- : Reds to a 7 to 4 victory ,
f ....... IM (MW4 lined up squatty Tommy Nilan.
a.... MM IMIJ. MM -tTCI leading New York Yankees 9-5 I over the hapless Pittsburgh Pirates -I an Australian. to meet the nnste-
ww Rat butts in: KH.anl.. LouTMfkan last night in the day's only American the i I
Pittsburgh rallies in ..! X In the headliner. Their
s..i01. ." _.r I. a )I........ Rs... T5.Ms.M. League rious r
.. . Ha>kt7. R**r. Run. Homes game I eighth and ninth Innings fell match is booked for a 60-minute
PHILADELPHIA
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a..e !'tips 1.- : Rt.r.V555 LP't short.
time limit best two out of three
haw amb's'' ,. ainatm I.41. Raws bill. .ire.Td'aky.l
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ant 4..4I t *ff t. off "oL..11. S. .. falls .
i ..... ".... yee.t n i e e :1. Hmrtrti rfHrrrt $0221TaIa r b e II 55,511Bi
hr L.sbudl e. ii ( 3 byb .
The tag team match It alls
rf 1 1 7 4 0 If 4 1ratalb / 1 h'/.dad 1 3 3 I 0 Rbli If 1 I I 1.A40
tyNI. I Hn <' I.I MMI c In I l 1.ntngs. '
t 4 2 111 1 Rihinxm h 1 I 2 3 2 RuU.II.rf \ l21H. listed thr
0 e-fall. 60-rninote
4 I 3 1r'b1P..e.d as a
"" r sym 1 a i 2 W'muna .f'rh Ta rT I
i ...s.3b 'I : 2 1 l ".'info.iII 3 I I 0 1.Tats.
I ...... . 3 ; 1. M Uuiim Ik 0. 3
sr t -* 05eev awl Tuw 1 U.Gallorette : limit affair. AI Massey and his
"-sar.r 11 i 0 w le5n s.3b 3 12 3 1 1/ II 1 0 Kln".1f 2" 5 I 1
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"''''n.\> i : xi ::0 LItdPItrf 41155H.nOoySb Zenaa.ib: 0 0 e /Gr'enbLib' 1 0 I IYeun..1" partner. Ted Bell, hook up with
- - a i l *!a'.R' 5 I 2 I 3 t. I 1 nu. . 1 : Bill Steddlum and his partner
VictorIn nletrki.O, e. 1 S .$ii mt.p I" I e Lukoa.rf S I : 1 1 RI.....11.11 4 1 1 4 :
0-,56,1;: 3 1 1 1 .;D.Jd.1.p. 25151 TaIIIn..rf 1 I 0 I Ho..nIL. 4 I 2 3Galas. Bill Richards for this event
Irw.... 5e555IsRre.s .? J. 1 4 1 Boehsm I 1/ 1 .1 1 Mason also said a "countrystore"
Lo" S.I. 0 5 1 II 0 J ,
; Stngtates.p
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Saratoga Opener 1 I '_'., I 0 0 1 1Taal. Mullen' II 4 11rbnIIiaas: I. . door prize affair had been I
--- - --- S e0en, 0 I. I '1.0111. II. 1 1 arranged, with. prizes of varying ,
BRATOGSPRINGS (API W. !. 1s 014 :11.' Toils S* 11ZI ( Ga.betl.1 1 1 1 I eFI.ehm. J. 0 0 1 nature to be handed wreitlinz
8-f'I"PPt" nut f-c Draw II 51... 1".plI. I I 1 1 Idalkdd
I L Brann't crack mare. Gallorette 1'1II1..111.. ". M* K* 1M t. JI 0 1 patrons. v.... ... I J.. ... .
four-fifths of second off
clipped
a Sew Turk 1:1 MI MiInrrMi -----I -- ---
I the 29-year-old track mark for a Rmd1.y II unto Ran. batted I.: Tnul. 35 H U I, Trials ;I5.r. -
L' 'hw.wrf.ft. I : ; R-m.F.t.. '.. UndrlLrhpik tees far Hatton Is I'll.bclued t I.S: Wnlff' 1 In 1: ashen I .. 1 1.1: t- "-" '' '' .
mile to win the $:o.000 added Wil- Fain H..11.- VQ....,, Tw. .baMCkwaMB. eat foe Omleta' In 11111. heel + \to 2 1-3; Seell 2 ,. 2 Stashes SINla -
ion mile} before a record crowd of lit!: U.*il The,. *.. kill: Fain.jf c-iirark .n for "oiff In ah.tut : Walter.! Lmtm pitrhrr: Roikant' I-.*<>.. -
r'arrlflr.: l>r rtr*.. tftwMt ataviFatn : Jews amt d--slntled .Unnrira III 0h. Hwllo < *.art and Nue+lath Time It It .... fIr" .. 11
k SACK! 1S79S fans" who turned out for I ; Blua'mast." ., and \ umi; Ius.3mat .tl _ It-: ""1 .!_Tritulmrih ........... 19ru'' r
Saratoga's Inaugural program. .11II .ht\h". lm .. bwe: PliiladrlpMaBnra 5. _ 110 It 2 .11-4 I .
The five-year-old daughter of N.. Trk 'in Bam a balk. off Gwnptn Ii Erases. BlondwOTtk., Admit Runt batttd IBIjtkm : I I L...... C. .. .... _
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i Dmrlrli Pm 1 Knri" I Hill: off o..t'fI1 X Hilton I Greenberg Tount C"LT Galvanized
Challenger nGallette8.S clock i 3 la 1 ,nnnli; D. Moan I. I lane ew !. base hut. umlnln :. Mss 2. golfers" Metal Roofing
ed in 1 '33 2-5 over the fast strip I Iwhile I I :ylii, : Di..i. 1 in I. Pac: I In I: DtMrkk I In Lukas HIM mm: l-ulon Ration 9acrUm: : 6-7-8-9 Ft High miM.NMq ..1we. ... I
I 11.3: Sc Kh In ; :.J. Hthjr aHlrtvn: bjIIHtr Ad..... !..*(>!* playa: to. Bkmfcrurtk and G.....-
I1EEN RIVER eclipsing the 1:36 1-5 ;
stand-I I h ,Hfnrirt... hf Dratn (nude', nirainip .Sets: Adams sad. "cuna. Lrf1.M bases: Unrl -
f ard hung up bT Sun Briar ,I Irt ,,'ir,h, lin pttrlm; l>. jonnxn r n- uU 1*. IMttsburj. f. BaM r Inlll. : elf Bon Field Fence Wire t..s. .
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H' lh.rl,. Km kin "' Wolff" + .,
e, 1918. Gallorette was rated Rites: : aad Wfaffr Tim: "a: I. Sinsn-s: ; .1'''' t. I. PntH 1R
,', An.,1>'"r M;! p1' .nh... 1 I. xtnkmx Ronhaw. fallen 4 36" and 48" High
long back of the early pace and I II lInafo"" m 1 I. Hi'If! !'n>fil I, l>nai>Kn t Hill
9gR.rI..Dt..I1 closed very fast to win by a length Pirates Purchase Lyons tff Barbs i t* 4mmm 1 1,1ft0ll l i In I Poultry Netting ...... .. maw .... ttI _

/ erer Hornbeam with King Dorsett ....
third tn the fire-horse field. BridalTie' From New York Yankees :! 5 & 6 Feet High h. M. c.. r J r
KILL HIS
er was fourth and Brown
F! 1i NEW YORK i AP) Al Ljons 29- Copper Screen Wire
trr Mogul, with +
I / an entry King Dor- year-old nghthanded relief pitcher FLEASTorment I I de. r in M .
24"26"28"32"48"Fuel
Kit was last.Gallorette N
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? of the New York Yankees who :
Mr' FlirR fs1i paid $450 and $310 I HI f/tt
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has won one and lost none in six Dust
There
was no show betting. Hornbeam
paid J3.90. appearances this season was sold will kill the fleas }lJ1 4rJ Oil-Hot Water Heaters
yesterday via waivers to the Pittsburgh
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'I t ---. .. Eighth Inning Loop Directors .1------Tuesday, August. 5, 1947Standings Drlanta(, &arnt- 9 !!o...... ... i




I Decides GameI I Fail to Accept I O'Brien's, Kissimmee Win C Quirt* 1'1'In NIIII'


I' FLORID STATE LEAGUE
faV.ka's Improved Azaleas Resignation i Tn. W L Pet GB !... W L Pet GBi


I t.t- mud forth .tth a six-run ,{ GAINESVILLE I API Al Combs. I i :,,7.:3: N'' 1 I la,i Fl 1-'1i'I;, ',, iml 1 I.u. .,;:k,"trla ,,. ,,:,'n. : : :i iI District Softball Play Victor 0.

c :._" at in the etthth Inning here :i Florida State League president I ..aa 17 J4 3J' It-'" > R 6' >'p ...

s st cuht to rom from behind yesterday said he is through as KmolH. ".....<.yr I
r league prexy despite the failureof ...(t URI.\\"' Pitching and hitting sparkled in the npr r..lle .,_mr*>
e:-_1 hand Orlando tu third 1 I .;ain..tlll ;. 0.)1...... Brarh 4.
the league directors to accept ...,..1Id *. l..ntnii( 1. the Southern Division of the District :2! softball hoop... .
c a'tat setback by an 8-5 score his resignation in and executive It.1 A.......... t !.,...H 1.Tdaia ....
Caiaral..lM ships at Exposition Park last night as O.r.... .PK.rm.<
t..! t a fatT'SUed Tinker Field session Saturday at Palatka. .
- rr t; I1 '; ;.1t Combs disclosed that the root KcvHl SI Lre.Inl'II theuPPf'r quart ..
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9 faa 4 4i .
of the trouble the action of ".nf.-.f" Pala'ka. finals withictones over Lake Wales and Dund** r.yr.at fo' .
was
r.A t a s11rR. .. Aukat climbed on Gene : Drl.nd. M 1'1. ",....Una.. "" ........ -II
the directors in ely.
granting the
um-
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rleht.hander.i
s ) it s Lax: tall Senator pires five cents a mile for travel NATIONAL LEAGUE I Andy Mickler's four for four I . .... .,-'.

:'a: c** eighth frame chasing Ma- : and other after he had T... W L Pet CB Teas W L Pet GBRnmkJn hitting including a single. two
11 ) t expenses ,l "t .4:' nnrla.1&1 .t IMI 11 : Ninth Frame --.., ...... 1
zr ta tN showers after five runs turned the arbiters down. m. Lran. v:, || \..II 1 ....In.' I; '.:; 17. 1,1, doubles and a triple paced the
50 |tad: lasted on five hits and had N Turk 1 i n .4T 4 nosh: 'ilt II <. |ml 1: I O'Brien club to an easy 9-3 decision -
The action of the board was B*t_ 5: l, .1.11 Phil phi. 4a4' I"""* .:', : fi..
visitors In front but outclassed ;
*-} ,M out bya 51.11. Te1w1a, over a game Homers Give .
41 I count taken while Combs was on vacation 1t. I....,. 4. rhfal, ;. Lake Wales squad. I
..514tiw recently he said and B"'ll', I.I........ 2 ,I. ,..?.. nt5hO.fmingn I .... ,.,.
11'..... Tommy Hyde re- after they refused to rescind he ;, Pin.baah' 1 ,.tlht KisMmmce's brilliant. Dirk ......... ""1"-

based Major with none out and told them he was through unless ,ghU Man mba'hkd Tdaf's,-,.... I IPrahaM Carlisle hurled two-hit ball to ,Saints Tilt U' ...... 4>. ...

.h retire the side on one infield 1 they did. ..,....: 4555 aad. km nmdt t. shut. out Dundee. 3-0 in the let'i i,1 ....... ..... ..... .., -
rroihexti. I IRmoalni ond game The Kowbo>s garnered .
". Ml. sltowlnc one run to score I p1Jn.R.lf s .a.
-, ---- ---- - -- --- "No matter what the action of at RoMa>-,laiuM. )- Hal:. (1* 41| ar five off the deliveries of Tice. !i I .
CHAHISi flULOCKtxiw sad shot the \ialeas out in the I T.<.kir .* I. ... y.i. Hi.;.. i iI i ST AfCHtmwas: ...... J'"li w a .

r ... half 4>f the ninth although the board is concerning accept- ,,,' !....1_""*.. ..1OT. '..-iai MiOMUWIIJ Dundee' twirler 'I and Mgr DM A...... ha a v, rH
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.! it .It.!! ... . '
ance or refusal of my resignation.. "ll 2i Kfnorttt it l ...
h another Infield hit Bnen will face top-seeded +.
gale up .. .
f larimuii' rr.haJk-115,15 ,: ii i Qi era runs m sEEe'r'e.raa' tslMai5 .
.. ... aM a base OB balls Combs said "I'm through as active .1 J) Walfl a-3) Fletcher Motors of Orlando at 7:4S: i! d1a e- .J to INF
I : in the ninth to g. tM tiNu. .r
<< president of the league unless M. l..m at l kk ;_Br*,- .12 4) 'L Pu p.m. %Wednesda night while' Ki..- ,j __ '
Optimist. Clubbers Meantime. Bill Lo\eys. right- : the board's action is revoked i w.a II-I). a story Iw<< S w T dlPriEasls '. w tleRaiIMENPt
simmee takes fourth-s dt'ci ,
on '. m
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handed pride of the Palatka. Sanford hoe ltv 111515 _f
frI Combs issued the following AMCNICAN LEAGUE. 1 1I Ycraell Drew hey of Daytona ....
t41P I
(Bivc Knotholcrs mound staff had encountered Ttaia W L Pet. GB Team W L Pet GBN 1.547 htywlinc lass.
statement yesterday: I
.... .. .... ... + Beach at 9 p.m. it.la
rtmttderable trouble from the I Tmk 45 .11 3' 4i.i..d. II 4H r I II JudY hit relief hwrtir ..... .
"Prior to the of the cur- ta--
4It w opening i KmtiM v. 4" vii n _...( .. t.J 5J .4oI2l': I The schedule of !games tonight .
t 10. Cream Party Senators, but .as still around. rent season our directors author 151,151 14.37 I3'i <-ur.<. M 1 7 .U' .:'it winds up first round play in the first pitch high o... the 11411a'v ....., .der.
Bt after Ty Bratiel had banged ized prices that I could um I.kii. pbiaJ -.* ..ia. 14 l HI ._10 i* 41 .31 :r'IPhll..l.l.l. fence to knot ihr srav* 4M 'aa "- sr
..... I pay .. ....., tournament.
ttlalilll/ .I'. ..... 't.14 4M r..m loaf IMlMt.Ng Ms third hit of the evening in the \ pires. Contracts were negotiated I 1/hHy, J'-! ........%..a..Ito."M".. 3 ,- I I Second Seeded \\' a v e r I y. after s..twd had tabs 5111. E R

lit a ... .... .I- ... r mIu fit theM.I ninth with one away Alston Mc- i accordingly I was out of the State "..,. G.... sparked by Junior Davis, one of nm iced 1 .In t tw lop r tilt a** ... .agM
in finish I Pro.....,. a1..ho.. .. ,I..a and lust ..rmla. m Then Afttfens. < tt ..
-- l ... .... tb/y M4.1MItMe O.ha tn came to up. recently for 10 days During this gre.hras.,: the better-krown hurlers in the ****. *> r ...... .. -
Valor started beautifully. In these contracts altered . plate' and painl. .*.. taw /att.a - ....
...... period were Ilr aa 101 1.- 'etah.-L.p.t IA I"/ K : state take on Ol ens of Daytona
.baths ralyllllr 04.. "at anw fart he too good j I ( the .. IM tMrr
was Munrurt .11' same Iila .e agive
.. without knowledge.
r . .... my j Beach in the 7:45 p.m. opener .
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The Azaleas went in the : I at trrrdt-nudlghtl-EMtarr' 1-11: t th* . % 1115 .s.
.......... t..l .., 111,2.! 2-up "Believing an umpire's contractto I .. Tr...' I*. 1,. today. .. .atvla.urr. .1.
4 l
41111 .. ,list 1ewM.k, 4uaTtfct tMrd when Elwyn Danson drew a be as sacred as that coveringany I -,... at Waablniton _"nlM)-t 4nn, ((124) I I The other game today pits Winter .5 e SRI. *> 4t -= M s J.:
walk and went to second when.U.jor' |Ira MnifrxK l.1.PN. l lI .... .
other man in baseball I felt Haven New \II. to 1 II 1 t i.
1 415 fII IIIDIIA s .... OaR, I .. Toit at Phlladelpkta-IM.h.t-Rerena< against Smyrna .... Its
II :: tint ... IN ..l w fourth ball was a wild : that the board's recent action .415, ... "-'lrr t; ... 1 Beach" at 9 p.m. T."II'N r... r. 1 1 1 S'Ir.-I r .',.toh .
t 0 t1 1 ta1a. pttch. Danny Lastres beat out an should have been rescinded. It was .1 (SECOND GAME( i i, ,.... l e t 4.s 4 5eatartIth
4.f .. alltll KfO aft.!. Wf FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE DUNDEE KWISSIMMfE' .
: infield hit and Danson moved to S S 11 Ry'4
not and I resigned. The leagueis ...... '
Nr ....... -5- 1411 Ih.tllrl 1 I ii YnleraarM S.FASa 54551 I'I I1. .51,.BA I" 1 I kaa.e w 1 IT
e third j in excellent shape and this T.. I: Fl MHlrrAilr :. _'.11I : S S T N W.ih.sl..r 4 5 I II M i i4Lwrlllh u..... % 1 a 0 S5'- ''
At this point. Major uncorked | I ....., t l-.kH.lxl 3. / 1 5 5 5 IH'urts,2b. I' aI 15'' ... Liss I
1.- 4 1.5 LsaaRank.
should be the greatest in Its
year H...... 5 Miami, Br..k iRea W.I_... 8 5 5 3IawSIIA; 1 1 1 5 .
..... Ik..* .v1 a floater that got by Catcher Au- history." :" Fain) brack 4. *t. II.nbsg I. raw I.d, :3 1 I I 5 HTnmffl J I I P 1 It., . .lal.awaRbMN
bate Batts and Danson trotted : T1... :3 5 S 1 I 1Id..t..I.I' I loll.Jnn ., ...... p 4tartl
1 -:::::;r! *w1. *fMax lee Combs added that on May 28 of .. 1.115bTa.M H1
i SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION b :20SISI4k..5! StillIIae.mwe . .
..t.''d t#..1 .th.t home Another floater came up. this year, he receded a letter II...... Ynt.r
iii ..... Ise Me ..,. and Lastres trotted In. But the big signed by seven of. the FSL um- .*.!, ... A'l,,', t a 1 a ;.llvflrr. .rf $1150 T....Ml- 1 "tI 1 ..... a :, rtw aM
& settled down struck out Lovers \.. onII, Birmincham, L R.S.. I' 4 4 e auto. a iULTaarkar I I
i.iwlaIT SM! boy asking for a five-cent a mile a -ansd R. E.ulr ale
pires ttattannoca Littl' Rnrk LSashgilr 311Tmah I 7))
t. ,
to fit* KMfs Meat-fa. and Chico Desouzas and got allowance on their traveling expenses *. Mrmphla 1. - - - I 1 10.--_ .I 5bp .1.111 In MS US .sows dlM
XI 4 X II 5'' Tot la 24 1 t n
Julio Gomez on an Infield tap. ) a I'
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SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE Itaui't' IKM KM a 1 1knstmmr z :
Orlando tied it in the fourth ... ANMS aeEmr to
up lit 1 ) *
The umpires in the letter issued Retain YaterdatPatannab -
d .... a*.. s..nMI .1th some fancy long-range hitting an ultimatum that unless this I 5. AuiiMa :X (called end( HA. run). Frmra: C. lm.B. Rattr.e. VTIIbaak. Moiffc I .... IeAbs BUS .US hIeo... e A41w1111R. / 4ME -
fFlyoastcrs niarlntoei. t*. Manm I. h.-bakha: R. Taackr Grhvun... Baa>a es I ..
==:= demand was met they would "haveto rniamlui. 4. roliimMa 0.Jsekannik halt: off TK T 9mirk *nt: b,. ,,1101.l It. bTTI. aasha1., ._0 .15_ 411 .a aI eJs
T later. 11aarTrwr
7'iE'T John Garrison led the frame off ,. .
f fIi I. .rmnill ;.1 S Wild oitrk: TIT 111 mpltrt' : Tombm.Vaad j _ .
make other arrangements elsewhere . p.aaSu1 w O.0IM
/lEtt 14/ n. Srlnibftn Ttm 1 I'll'
with a lusty triple into deep center ." ... w._ a.' 'a I.1w' / p. ilMtlsM
CAME
AMERICAN' ASSOCIATION 'FIRST (
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field. Rex Throop followed Retain Tnt.r4aiS LAKE' WALE t tak BIllS I 1.
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With another triple into right to Combs met with the arbiters T"j. 0. <. ran' :. r k . ak 11. a r. piar *Ws. a.s_Iap.. -.
and settled this question without .umbuo, 7.f. Minw.poli.. I-.t, T..r 4 1 1 4 n t! Burin.1II 1 5 I 1 1W.ITr162b 0a,5w4" 2 ..M.. 54..u. __ .. .. .'gym'...
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Meet store Garrison and Throop came ...... 1 1 I I IOmMr 3 2 1 5FJBS.d "
cn 4 Imlianapnitj LMlnauk .
in on Batts' long fly to right. losing any umpires and J. .....u..n. 2.INTERNATIONAL. 4 1. 2 1 ,< a>k.rU.III 1 5 : I I II''Y. ,_ a R.,.. r' a. w .. far 5
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.'' :3 S I 2 AMwkl.rrf: 1 I I t'PSIS' .a W.I. p. It T+-"" b a
without giving the raise de-
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I Aam The Senators ahead In LEAGUE; ... S ItvMtkn S 8 !, ._ii.rf XZ I I I i itgmpl..A Ina 1M'' I..... .'sea. I. 5 .. 'UT
!; Thursday forged manded. Apparently the men in ,_ M .._ r
Skits TettPrSay I I I xmilt.rr J I I I I
the wnnlhhfn., with two blue were satisfied and nothingwas I T nm'oil. K.lnmnrr --anm : ....-.3" I S I S njanS't.nSN| I I I I 0
v trd .' 1/.41RMed .Ik SrihMTTil a 5 s .'_-l.TDt: I. 0 I S tF far
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... Braxlel 1 pounded a single ever reported publicly about I J<- rttj t Buffakt I I. Hal Robson Rem Htt
.. P .. . ..... ...ti DDSs a1Yt'wapa .. right t* score Major who had I '..ars 4. Rxrkrvrr 2)1".1 : I' 11 5'''M Ammd I I. I I I M..ar
the incident. I 15. Hrrarnw a 4. I I H ctrl I" 1 S.KnKT.f 3.1 I I
... +tlla ar/H ......wI eI walked and promptly scored Ry..eIuiS. 3501 tI In Serious Condition.
.. Ian ..IM.ll. .trtlci However, about two weeks ago. I IT..I.
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.e.. ...- .. 41IIR4bre1. J: a triple down the right field! 5.s. Wile.. IJna S t son. 35. InafaftvMpsJiaremained raw .s'w
left his vacation the umpirl's.through
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# a ie ..", srtklR ll.lalar itf 4.WllrSt John Ganzel Orlando I ( rnf.: Puiiflat. JfltMw. wbttr. WkHkn; Twa- in atrMlss AiMI11lt> .
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5101 .t .. director brought the question
-'it + .. up 8-3 I ha.. M1.' A. Utrklrr. Rnhm. Knit. t-.: J
p 115 a. ID ... ... It ... t..A baNwt. MM But the Azaleu bounced right again and asked Acting Pres. Syd i Ha'*.t ffarririrr < 4*"'ll Ha_ os ...lt. .fTBmrr terday of truurt alld/1eud. lI1Mw .. .1711R1 4

beck. and Orlando's defense went I, Herlong to poll the league direc- ..' to '">' T <1M'3J "if .:1+J I., <. .er wr.ua. :;. m.S, nr, ... L... day in a rare atRobson 5s-1s. ... .... .... .....
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I a .T ..Ie .... halal : ; 1115. l UlUBI Lastres beat out an infield taP. I long did. and the directors votedto DELAND-The DeLand Red a fracture wrist aM .... tr11a1/ '#r-.I S eIII

451 tasllgNrrS44f L+.ahE11 Lon,.. walked and Desouzas-a give the umpires mileage. Hats made it four straight here Cambria Promises I I broken ribs whes hw. art te'IM ... . filth' t

Mt1t back of control M the ba5ar. .... 5' I'tESgMt .
particularly brilliant second base- Combs upon his return called last night as they turned ,
Ir 'IU.IIT last I direc- after lockirv .t**." wisli ....... .di a.1 .r
man night singled to load executive of the
an meeting ; Leesburg. 8 to 3. Ralph Perez allowed !I! To Attend HearingMIAMI ,
n...... All lirde11utA.uTs idle. bases. Oomez single scored I tors and asked that they rescind ,; but seven hits and struck I racerriiiiiin.ii..i.. .. s r./l a e

'L' LaUtma and Buck was safe at : their action and on a tie (4-4)) I !APi} Joseph Cambria. ...'.................. -
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Ir +Ilttllitlltl --- II Iud second' when Bevil dropped vote the directors would not rescind -lout nine batters and was nen'rI, secretary-treasurer of the Havanai Ei'llUIUIIIMIIIIIHftl' '

E <.. m** fe**.ft***. brand throw with a double 1.1-1' it.Combs. i 1 in trouble excepting the sixth in- ,f i i Cubans of the Florida International

_iaaq l I 9*** .... 1* ftl in sight. Desouzes scoring after i then submitted his resignation ning when three hits accounted ;;' League. will appear before

air...r 4rwMa1M Ile'. ... tle* .., Loteys when Bevil was slow in re- I and left the meeting. visitors' League Pres. Judge Wayne Allen
all of the
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trterini the ball. I After his departure the directors LEUBUIIG I DELAIID I Thursday to explain why "$9,000

: . Charhe We&thers single and : by the same 4-4 vote bal- .11415' ai r A sRI..a.,36 I,: for scouting expenses" are entered
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4 .w ee W x111 M die 1 :i4h.Mare 4 3 5 3
.... .. a41p. .lu..Ir aMa- two more passed balls by Batts ; loted not to accept the resigna ,;:Dads.. : : : 5 :IYk.r.H 3 1 1 2Re11.H : I 1 I on the baseball team's books.
1 gummed up the works after' tion. I l i iV addrll lf 1 I i Judge Allen said that Cambria.
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d. ..A Mat ftS* p'.tnt4tw I sahr.rt 1 1 DIAIra'.3h' ; 1 I IROlf. 1 .
.* MrMUiaH I *.. IM Frankie Paulick's two-run single. ; Voting not to rescind the meas- .a...... 4 1 0 I : .1to1e1l.. 4 0 5 3 1 I Ii one-fourth owner of the Havana
-.4 Hyde came in at this point and.. ure and to accept Combs' resignation i "...rt..1t 4 1 I :r 1)( I"orn..III :3121)I team and a scout for the Washington -
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s Weathers scored on Danson's in- Orlando DeLand. Day- Nationals of the American
< ..... ... M MkK kMf* 'IMIM were ''U'.ld.11t 1 8 I" PI1l.dr-kil'! ; I 2 5 0 5 I i
fteM tap to end! the evening's of- tona Beach and Sanford. Votingto Juds.p I t I 12 II 1tnp. 20025 League called him by telephone ,tom,
t 4 .. .... IrIM// paid.
f.nw. rescind and not to accept the 11I'.mn.I' :3 I I I 2 K..ppor.1I S 1 I S S from Havana earlier yesterday
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Tonight the Gainesville G-Men resignation were Gainesville, Pa- i -- - -I - - and promised that he would be
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.. Iy ewrenlly riding in second place latka. St. Augustine and Leesburg. Tma1.' 232721421( T..I. 2:1": % 215I..niw0 : "up on Thursday" '- w
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the Senators at Tinker Field at I ..: IInlb"raor Bi.arsa'. t'Inn. I'I"'L I i iIIlIn. _
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... HIM tM >*nl 1 Blanks I 45,1e4. It: 11.1'., I. H.nla.toa l1"'D. 5)1.'Pr ) ::1 I FSL Roster Changes
pm. Coker ,
r ..411". .. cord I. IL Ira I. TM 1'101.4. T". ..... '''.: i .
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Joe Jones, who tossed a one- Amortrllv. SI... SarrMir': R. I'oroz.. TiftetIkwble : "v ", Oro.: 'j') Morr iq jet'*mef! '
ppMer lard ...J-. hitter against the G-Men the last pao Bunua.urr. t* Zrk nnrc, t* Grsa.5)4 SILVER SPRDiGS-Florid. Slat Lraiur fie.
.tlad fr" strtt rt- Islets 7-0 : rml.k t* \r... L ft Ml ba m: Ix "biirf R. ''Hradouanera her last night reported the
tune he faced them will get to- ."'lAnd. f_ Bam _.. balls:_ ""n Judt S._ ffhr following weekend player roster cbanaes. .
> *t night's call with the G-Men probably Amon. ...110 on K. tr1r. "' ..t out: b1 PALATKA Stned umltea aerrlce player .
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.t ..... 1, .>*iia>W.. .bvO banking on Mason t (Spe:iol to Orlondo Mon\ ng Sn i&i' I Jul. I. M Anarrllo. t. R Trtn f. Hl.: Ca *r4I -;
Leeper.
fin JIMIT j !I. $ S :t Innm.v off Amvnrll 1 la DEMAND Released Clyde Van KInnamon
T-4nj f O Hoi PAtAtKA ORLANDO GAINESVILLE-Southpaw Don til: Wild pllrkn: JilrtT 3. Lard. ball' HrnMtn and reinstated Harold Stemarl ::
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..... t r tdlEy Bt414 h.W Is5111 UrI sa Coker allowed but three scatteredhits .. l.mlD.( pirrtm: JMiy. I npim: !Brlbtx' .. GAINESVILLE Released Don Prtmrritimed a '
i- i 2 1 HI.tkiaad. .at 1 I 211x4 Mnhlr 0, Time. : 2IS.I I I veteran Ted Rosa and disabled Bil.j S : a taleJ .
4 I I 1 "M''IIIItII: 1 S I 11'' here last night as the Gaines-I --
HarbmPALATKA
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ville G-Men rolled 7-0 mover Thaobold SI AaluMlne
._. to a : sold John to -
.* s I I 1 '_n.1Io 4 1 I 0 2i, Fights Last Night '
,1--Lr l I I IG.mS.H' 51211 I I the last-place Daytona Beach : = "'u>r- -
1.511,4 S, 1 .;TkranprfIRlil $114. BROOKLYN .... Islanders. t knotted... out Louis Olmo 156. As'ona Irving Boim and reinstated Bill Good asDlarint
1' I If 4 I I I ,'w.l_ 4 1 II' I lyn :
111.1,5 1 I 1 I I R.nat; 4 1 1 1 1 So effective *as the port-sider ,, NT., it 2:32 of the third round of a m.nu.rST Disabled Anthony
4.1 a. 4 1 I I $(Ml..... I. I I I that only two Daytona runners : scheduled six-round feature bout at Coney ACGLSTIM: '
,.. 1 I I I Island Velodrome Feat The fish 'Rn. "
.alp IIHd. r 1l I 12W reinstated are ''' I
(. I , reached third base as the Islander' SVNFOPD" Disabled: Don Ford. -
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hitters could pick up only singlesin I
Autusta and reinstated Martin Zuba.
Tw.la" n SItGII: Tatala, IS /1* ntrawaa York lubtweUht reversed a recent Madison -
wi a'.. M*-sR the first sixth and ninth Square Garden prflminiarj decision it -- TITUSVIlLE
lltller 2)) '. ana JOt loo...( I frames the hands o. Dennis Pat Brady also of
r rilue I ,".. -..... *, ftL asr. MUM .la: Thmopaitt DATTONA REACH I GAINISYILLEalrlpla i i I New York b, winnlnt a six-round verdict '
Rrsai$. ROTM. C S. !.._ Tn-kaw ktt: rlni TkireM bits,.. 3 1l44ta5d.,1b
MAamxo. nmcav Ke iL Iliolea, baka ..: I ITs ; : : I: I ::::;, 3 1 5 2 3 I! NEW YORK (AP) Herbie Kronowitz. RADIO SERVICE = pct sp ..... ....t.r .eIi11 r t11M1 (iMwa1 t11aAflsh4R1
5.,115.: ........... iw+aM. Ns.s: L.oI I RoInI..1f 4 I I I I )I........ J I I I 3 I III. | 158'j. Brooklyn. won his sixth straight In "
0> -.a. '. __ Loft _: Pala, .ka .. I ....rf I' I 1Tb.perf ISIS. taking I an eltht-round d'C\a'QD' :\ over Jerry \ .t T'u It 111gf 4lr r +., -- mfgeast

THREE FEATHERS ,. 504 a.. M_ m. bell: ., Utmr 1. off 1 P1.1.4 25ILIE.ts11 31111IrN,3S i,| Florello 161. also Brooklyn at Queens- CAll = yeast Mae. a4Eti twaalr 411511111 11sti1 Iar 4-
1.-'" f. aW aim* Ikmrii sM M Manr 5, t. I I 'ILoIpltll'.1f I I 1 1 5Tlllprk'f boro Arena
,1 1 w I,-... 4. a* MM. I. HH: .ff Major 1* ia 1 S t s 1 Jo_, of 2 I 2 I 5p I I ASSOCIATED 5300 = If yew. mirw a t41g Ar1 ... .. M 111,1more.
4 kMM*. '- 1 -Ma. aft LOT*** II la 11.2 far S. I S'4'1.l5 J S S I 4 flul..e J I S 7 I i WEST HAVEN Conn API( Angry spectators -
C 4 I"r_ !>II._ '-".. P.w4 will: liana Flu k.p. I' 1 5 I C'''''...... I 1 1 1sPlarlf anions the 4 500 crowd kicked and = .
C >.. anxm t.... ... Bo.ash he left
: i M airiMT .Id 11151 I scratched Referee Lou as - -- = .
::: .- .p'- Paila aa4 lu.ll Ttaie: 1:11 - - - -- the ring I at Exhibition Field after awardmcJulie
_. IW ...... -a .:... I ,....1. !t. 314 II' ,....1. 24 r 5212p.ppeJ Koton. 136,. New Haven a lO-round
R1tors FeaturedThe a sp ,. FrnS Ia S'S.Hsyl..a .. '| decision over Aldo Minelll 137''i. of 10111.11.I t wx = If ,.. tlsrls l1M. r Ilia tiW 415 'ale.
Rew1.. 11,5 550 545-1 'I claimant to the lightweight! championship = ..
_. 1541 411aIw4hre
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last showing of Goofy Golf. G..ill. II' IC' 1:1-; ,'of Italy) i ,
I I r:..... wnl. II..... F..,,,, _''I. EOM .Saf'd I I iIs.S N's Ib1 Itr1 a fly N1M -N
aa eliht-nunute short prepared by ; I.. Th.rw %. K.... IOI.... .'..1..... a'nSn.111rN . WASHINGTON!' tAP' Johnny (Honey Boy'' s '
Joe East owner and manager of ... Mt, : T......... f.o). ....: Bo.tI ...... Bratton Chicaio lightweight knocked out = laaf t.P, d oart4 014treemaRiLg

.-- ... ...... : '" ..... ....... tJ I & the Piney Hills Golf Club of Or- I In I I Diwlri Rut* play:' Rnrkr: Filiartl!. ROM nt nm la Ki t. *:
........ f am and Rosy Theaters tonight.WRESTLING y 141 nal I* Hof,la t* aZMae. left MI ka.*.: Marina 133.. Jo,, .. 132..
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Rpark t etllc 4 Rain a. ,
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k LEGION ARENA 8:30: For Amateur MeetNEW I

YCRK UPI) Joy Dey. secretary OF KINDS .

of the U.s. Golf Association -
Sponsored I by I said yesterday that 303 entries I 141vihsda1progre.gv..Lealuatltla'. 1 -- III ...

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AMVETS, Orlando Post No. 13 for the National Amateur Gold

I Championships at Pebble eBach. Systems ........ .wDea ... -

CaL. Sept. 8 to 13 and that the I If' A- _.. MfIil118ha ..
tttftiE FEATURE BOUTS 0 Red Jacket
number of competitors probably I = .... 1115.1 .. -
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TOMMY MILAN ts. MR. "X" surpass O Robins & Myers .emu = 11 sI....$_ IMrI MRoss. ...

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,- -_. .. -_- - -- here from Miami, and Dr. Willard 'I IR. Assembly of God ENJOY A OLEPWATERFRONT : r.c
,. '- _..- \ Gatlin is here from Jackson-I TENT REVIVALThru
v'v ": FOUR SONS HOME
b "" 1f ville Robert R. Gatlin is on a
1. Here for a visit with Mrs. I' vacation from Rock Hall, Md.. August 31st A.ew Iseee. .... 8.
:\f George B Gatlin are her four I and Lauren A Gatlin is home i ,..Nr..
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I George B. Gatlin Jr.. who is a I'student. :
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tI' -..... a -....- 101" md Mn J E Bout of Orlando also, was an event of "D \{
.... .... ltthhr. o i... and wot totcmnized in the rectory of St. JamesC. ,-,- r .
4 - .. .....Mwt Cfcurcfc the Rev. Horry F. Turnier officiating A re- .: \ : U" 'J"mr'j "I t

&. ; .. .::1:.;.. i ..... * .... taiFtA. Ifct couple left on a wedding trip to Daytona : : ? I r
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AJWK I the 1 tt5\fl: AnnouncedBefore a small gathering of i I I

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...... ... tt. MtM relatives and close friends, Mrs. I
k. sM t+Otttttdr Gertrude Lcmire and Adrian La-

: .t1 Mr. 1.-.."... "hlt mar Cline both of Orlando ex- !

M''i ... 4 l_ N I paw .t Uw hanced! nuptials sons Friday in :

eta ..rt .. ... ..s '1-.111 tktl. he First Methodist Church Fort I I rS
+ . A.ilrera ,1Il be hlerce. rI I

\ sofa mfIIIIIit .R..rM .. rtlatltt ,... C. L. for Palms arrangements formed the of background pink and I more quality for every dollar you S!psmI

.! ...... tgrlV tia..... . white gladioli on the altar. As
W 'AWti1! 41ai eltalrlaa* 01er truest assembled! Miss Carolyn ;
t 8It ... .. raadtearw. Out. ll.arlMaa Mrttnra played a program of organ i
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: W I 0 M Ngteiew The Rev. L. E. Barnett minister I
4..rlo HW *m.*..i**Ml< .. ;..... -- of the First Christian Church !! The same thrifty system of bu n -and'seNi g ifet ... !.
i M *p.. MlftH eel n performed' the ceremony and the ,

..,....., e*tl .*|*.*.If....**-**-9 ter......tt.JII.'m ir' ..,....,..the I .h.Orange. wUI Mr.bride's and son Mrs and Eugene daughter-in-law-H. Lemire I! offer jou extra value, creates ester ....., MtIF ....... ..

h tL *.* fIJ II ..aiM .. trt1AalV lSday M Mrs.I. of this city were the attendants. ;
......1 s saeR M t7stottttt The bride was attired in a teal i' quantities; buS) simultaneously) for our 631 store aM.. '''1 J fI
... __ wall ...-& blue cool gabardine suit with
II .. -lea If .a t A Moms. tray accessories Her corsage was '
a i.. __ A. M .... gadIRaw of phalaenopsis orchids. Mrs. Le catalogs. Wards sells direct . no "middleto 1Mtt" tit I r
... .... Mle the hMKh . Wire her attendant wore a whit"
__ Mttll. Mtilwl=rWMi0- arc gabardine dress with gold trim- : say, the total resulting savings are tremendous! Part ofgo these u...
orr M S Mrs M.aaa.flt4S&4. mint and black accessories. Her II
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air 1....N Military will Following the ceremony, Mr. and I straight to Wards Price-taCgs. The rest ire hulk isststi r..
t .. tit .lip* Mrs. A Mrs. J. E. Nobles Jr. were hosts i

0 tie 1 tslgea M .,iMb"no.HI biaslaw in I luncheon their home after which for a Mr.wedding and merchandise . to give you better rr.r.-f'. .... -. .. r ,.

Se (>... r fill |%M iU., will aw* today at where they will reside. !t . a finer piece of merchandise, for the price last ........ III ..
,w .l tH Pmwra.l l BMfM . . Another son and his wife. Mr.t
llra.a era swrh w NMHMM ta brtegaruNt and Mrs. Frank R. Lemire cf i
rllpN M tat Hw. WANE ......ant Gainesville came here for the occasion I
.... and other out-of-town
trebi It Lb C> guests were\ Mr. and Mrs John I
sal (M -.....' A.rdlert. IAI4'al 1UJ.Office. Chryst and son John Jr. of Day- :
4 .4.a aberla tgsttl1JUte I pE ...... ., rMt tona Beach Mr. and Mrs. Pat I
..... .. tUl meet< i.rky. as Travis of Orlando and Mr. and I
itlllr.d The. MMttoc bu been Mrs. Jack Spinks of Cocoa.
MMtt A.c, H at the I
re t ie 0 1Mn. ..awt r. Long, 610 Once a month your vacuum
l... itat Cis cleaner bag should be treated to i
WALL TIUeo :
n o a thorough cleaning. To do this. I
.. -- .. ;. Yata \1ft 1a.epita. iurke wiO conkMa turn bag inside out and vigorously I ,
.. . 411r. t < n Dr. taunt Fox's I!,brush out dirt. Never dunk it in I
$ 4 t-' 1 a
.... t.hM Vwr Ute W attn.hfle. soap and water. 1rv
TILL ... M !. a IlL at UM tnity I I
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tW. tloetb. A OrMM Are.b the month at the Chamber of
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bloat hti..a. tar meffibora and 000 I' a '
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Circle No. 7 of Young :
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regular meeting as previously an ,, t \ "' .
I a 41 a % tUUr ratriarrhs I ca rS
HiKUM f a.UH t .iU meet' in the nounced. 000 I apt" \;,...\ ,. Ie.
t "tMi HMt iM orrow at t pas.lb T\k a 5'
Ladies Auxiliary No. CSS of the .c t.\ .r+rlu

t.h le... Je.rll llrrle .f the National Assn. of Letter Carriers S \ tptQ a\t. 4 _ .
<....... \.....ll...*rk (;veld will will have an outdoor supper at the '\ \t\\
tea ,. home of Mr. and :Mrs. E. A. McOehee. a t:, ... .. r I.
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.. ..... r !IW taal.r DEAR DOROTHY DLT Do
des ; +fMfs t1MM. M ,,. MdeM be Mr and Mrs Frank Madsen of \ N AMBITIOUS AND bnllunt young lady is Betty Cary HiH daash-! you think a mother ran be too Li

d ... .... a..... (' IHesathn Orlando: formerly of Windennere.ti *"\. ter of Mr. and Mrs. J H. Hill of MaAland who graduated from devoted to her children from

... iff a +. ..... .. tnrtttiIdM Ute oaarruce of their daughter Rollins College with honors this vear Known to her trends a* the time my little tot *as born I
ttw f ....... Owe. Ptiyllit Muriel. to T-Sgt. Walter have never left her for a amxle
wt s i.. Becky.Mss Hill has.through mentmg a high score m a series of competitive hour I have literally watched' over
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.. itMe'- M ... ';'.'"... C'fi trays The weckhng was an event of Monday to assume her dunes which win be cndei the Aionu. Energy Since she was able: to come to the
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