Orlando morning sentinel
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 Material Information
Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
Sunday sentinel=star
Orlando Sunday sentinel=star
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: June 8, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075053
oclc - 02734467
notis - AKR3408
lccn - sn 83016284
System ID: UF00079944:00067
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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J.J.'T k Communist Plot Spreads

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Russia's counter to the Tru made. '
I'IIeW IIt :.JP'! we.atafra .,

c$ ter i n I man policy, was taking 1 /1. 1p0 .. .HI ... tayat ....

__ Jill shape rapidly yesterday in 1 J' 4MU. 4. Mila $ .
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flUIWNT [ARROW] SMILES, WAVES AS HE MARCHES WITH WORLD WAR I BUDDIES. I five key countries-Austria, tt rI ;u "v It 1.." ..* **...apt

j I Hungary. Bulgaria France and ( fari tslar.efii 4 Ifs i *t tf tff

I I Italy-in the tug of war for Eu- : s ten. ..... a !leas tl

'I rope. j titer as.sAna stttt>ItMr ..
Truman Cites Perils of 1 In Austria. Ernst Fischer, one .
Budget Slashes j I ear, ee iaNlt! -.. -
of the leading Austrian Communists > t. ktf 'NoLO LVE ,,t1g staaa atlas tlitasla! ....... tlNeilatl

in a new political offensive j .
KAK8A8 CITY' UPI PresidentTfruttaa and Agriculture Department Appropriations an emergency might develop.He i aimed 'at getting a new Govern- I f ---- 0 t1ltllgili
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Irately concernedover
voted, by the House called again for unifica-
Ibo hue .f the R*publican-con-! : the President told his war buddies tion of the 'Armed Forces.. say ment, let it be known Russia will ; ft.t s.. ...- oN ..
trefrtf CttfWTcat to adopt any mafcrrtt ing they must be maintained"in i never sign a peace treaty with the > at tail ehfa ,.
) porttoa ef his Legislative "I sincerely hope that on careful 1 t A.rtt <
mode/ate regime.
effective readiness fof anfemerrenef. present J .--...
., teat altht asked the reflection and consideration .** his statement in truth Is
...,... and Brnat to reconsider: the Congress will provide the appropriations His action billion tax i backed If by Russia it appeared to elltiaiw fI ids .....
.... was to appropriation for necessary for these reduction bill on only the'$4 a few days i be a virtual ultimatum to the Aus- t pitta tatlllaOtaalarel .......
tt.. itii rucsl yard t projects and services which are designed away the President called for a .aM .......
era Pmttfnt. om a nttion- to provide a better fuller Ex-Axis States Courted .
"prudent" fiscal policy.Mr. Aaa1 # trRela! _11' .
**!. radio hookup, spoke at Me- 'life for our people and a more Truman according to the LAKE SUCCESS IAPJ Early ...
fcKftal wmrta held tn cones{stable productive economy for our best information here had not admission of former Axis.Statesto i Boop ...
flies wttn Ui* Jam Drrision reunion fNaUonThe .' S 1c
the United Nations was considered 5t tbgls'I
en prime attention he declared.
Mf. Mr Truman served with fail I
President argued that i Now a fully scheduled airline yesterday as a possible
use Htfc in tht PJrrt World WarM to would repeti-
ure appropriate properly '' step toward preventing a
the the first
company was to re- A++a. Mt
e arUUrry captain. sap the strength of his countryat tion of the Hungarian coup in
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*.'*iinf a-* .ruts la the Interior_ what he .felt was a time when ;; [Continued on Pace 2, Col. 4] 1 other ex-enemy countries. ..e"fihr 11
i 1 I i trian people, for without a formal hlw1 taaltiof7taw.st

Oviedo Chief Maniac Kills Poll Shows Labor have peace no the hope country of would rebuilding seem its to R ALWays MvcT be '

national life. ,,, ; cfxE ti77rS _a ala la + Mtfit

j i I In Washington diplomatic officials ? r'' 'e rem tte .
Two Infants : said U. S.-Russian relations t t a

Freed Bond Bill Veto Doom are plunging toward a certain ness nttolt
on 'MASSttLON, O. UPI A brutal "crisis that could force a diplomatic > roi

maniac .stole into the, pediatric i:j showdown in the next 60 : 1t:
N Wit TOt' S ALLEN .... I AI i days. i,
ward MassUJon City Hospital' WASHINGTON [ UP ]
'..... ![sear. ', ,wnri Srotf W'err and killed two infants apparently ; United Press poll of .21' key \ In Hungary a Communist ;[Tighter Farm / R j
< Citrus Men
SANFORD d'etat avertnew the legally Urged to Forget
I Police chief:by swinging them by. their tiny 'Democratic Senators showed t coop elected Small landholder'Party tlla e ( naJ J

Bf attt Smith 24, of Oviedo,i I I IWM feet and bashing .their beads [last night that Pres. Truman in a brusque and outright ,
tt liberty last night!i 'against a wan.. It was revealed !I has almost no chance of get- seizure of power. Loans Bid Seen Bickering and Start Selling tLtM e I
wader $5,000 bond awaiting j.:yesterday. 1 ting the necessary: votes to sus- The United Press reporting i) torstttltf
j '
I I I i! tain a veto of the Republican- Din- An Editorial
seaM fc/hr investigation ono f Nineteen hours after the slayings sponsored labor bill. !i II I from Budapest quoted Lajos I j
fc/t first described as "the most I ayes new premier of Hungary assaying I j WASHINGTON [AP] The
N degree murder .
> I It is conceded that the House his government intends to ; PEACE AND calm which prevailed In dtrws
M tiM>cthHi with the May 30hmitttlR 1 brutal crime in the city's history :Agriculture Department, act- THE tr
will vote to over-ride a labor veto. the closest collaboration
"' / ; or Robert Rufus.ac..r i' ," authorities said they had The Senate margin is closer but, with Soviet Russia" and.that "no- ing upon Pres. Truman's expressed and in citrus politics during the war ye.aa a

:: no dues. the poll showed it is not close body can withdraw that right j concern over a boom has been disturbed somewhat this past season.
.Aad WM ttt by County Judge '; The two enough. It takes a two thirds ma- "ltReports j The road signs to the future indicate more battamg
a W Ware it U* close of a fiveIMV |;' tiny victims were I from i in land prices, is ready to ask I I a1wMa iefaia
jority of both Houses to over-ride quoted and
from Vienna more personality rows in the years to come.
prHiminary hearing In the 'eight-week-old Diana Brand and I banks and credit agencies to
..tetunfr County Court House be- nine-week-old Rosemary Morton. veto. Hungarian refugees there as teD- tighten down on farm loans. When everyone was raking in the money, tlt ere wss "

*w. .ppnttnuU-ly ISO persons '', Mr. and Mrs. Leo Brand and ;i I In contrast,Mr.Truman I is assored ing 5.000 Austrian anti-Communists border officials have been that j 1 The request is expected to be nothing.to fight about and all was sweetness and .....
......n1 about' 20 Negroes. *of the.support he needs to made at a meeting of leaders of
Today the headaches of grade ""' .
alone since prewar m.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Morton. sustain a veto of the Republican ; arrested in Budapest ;
not Jsfcs ttewptint Ware explained to determine he was the i i':;parents of the babies were 'ques- II tax bilL I i II the Communist armed coup.] Communist ;' farm organizations of lending and agencies representatives here- pack and countless other disagreements have reltifr d Ilan

...,*. of cinder with which ::' Uoned after discovery of the mur- Both measures have been passed In Italy bands reported to tomorrow called by Secretary of I to plague us. 14 i atM
*.* huld bt charged, but It I'i dera. released. then recalled for ',' in final form by the two Houses.! be guerrilla organizing in were the industrial Agriculture Anderson at Mr Tru- I The season was a financial headache even disas4el,
(M Mcnent el this court that further The Senate completed action on anti-American andantiGovernment man's suggestion. t to some factors in the deaL at ** .a.asi air pt.tltilai
questioning. North and
mU.. the labor bill w r! !!_ trMw!
t fu| homicide has been yesterday. It will be 1 Anderson is
demonstrations expected to urge When profits are short so are tempers.
.......... I sent to the White House probably I
developed in Rome alleging banks companies and I I tt. thlasa a awl 1o.!
,..th'o Wn4 I Full Facts Asked which would give Mr. dollar tyranny. i other credit Institutions to adopt ,
was drned by "American
Truman until midnight June 20 to TT SEEMS TO us there is a golden opportunity; laf tfct
.... J. HlltUM Martin. Oviedo In France, strikes whkh the the Government own rule on
..,.,. aM J. L. Malcolm veto or sign it. Government says are Common 1 farm loans ,i 1 industry to forget its differences for a time and cooperate > The W1ttalttihiaal

.......... Ovens .,..".. Bribery Case [Gallup Poll finds public thinks nisi inspired paralyzed the rail The Federal Land Banks follow on a project which could mean the different between -
,..,. War rendered his dect- TALLAHASSEE t tAP).Attorneys veto parts should of labor be bill allowed See Page to ways and other vital functions the rule of lending not more I red and black ink for everyone. i
creating the most dangerous than 65 per cent of what they call I United Growers and the .
Nat alloy bearing the testimony for Bernie C. Papy. Key West, 30.1 j situation the country has known the Shippers Producers TIMe
** *.**. prax uuoo witnesses !!!yesterday filed a motion to re- : I I since before the war. a farm. agriculture value" of I Association and the canners of the State shewM fate ti LL-L..t

raf tIC Utea J fgroe -who testt- 1!I i quire the State to reveal its complete ,, Two Men SavedOne Lost i: The French cabinet, after an Government surveys show that hands and ask the Florida Citrus Commission sefttf a

IC MiU K.< M Pace I. CoL 51 i: data on charges that Papy'.' As Navy Plane Crashes :I early today (Sunday] that the many farms are being sold on the J I I, high-powered salesman to Washington.Our .
Government approved in entiretythe basis of their earning in
Government is
getting ready to abetft HI
attempted to I bribe two fellow taken by transportation terms of I spend ** JL ** ;
CHARLESTON [UPI Two crew- steps present abnormally high
Pint' :
K rHH billion
in cash and
credits for
as Plane I members of the House of Repre- men of a Naval torpedo bomber I II Minister Jules Moch and congra- prices rather than in terms of foreign rebel an At rtsiBurti.jg
HiloJ b.fs RestaurantLA sentatives. Papy pleaded innocent which I plunged into the sea in a tulated him" on outlining a seriesof more nearly normal prices. next two or three years.
I yesterday. !! forced landing 30 miles off Savannah "civilian mobilizaUonn" measures Florida should be vitally interested.
CROP WU. (UP) Gordon Circuit Judge W. May Walker I were brought to the Navy :, aimed at moving persons and foot- New Gas Affecting M .1 tRfeMIM
IPIWb.M pled yesterdar when Tallahassee set a hearing for Fri- ; Hospital here last night after being .stuffs through the nation.In 1111A #
PEOPLE IN the deal have listened to tales *
.** taw .. a -
WM flying crashed day. 1 picked up by a crash boat. The Bulgaria. Nikola Petron Body Functions Found SOME r It alt
*4* hit fther resuurant-home: Papy was !indicted by a special third crewman who was not identified i chief leader in the opposition to ATLANTIC CITY FAPJ Dr. type of foods the Government will buy. GMfi Is .. .d -
1st \N utatrU ef Uw city. The!Leon!' County Grand Jury on i pending notification of next i the Communist premier and his ({ Manfred Curry of Chicago an- far down' the list. These sort of stories are mere r*.4* / !4 eewea
*aa completely demol- 1 charges he offered cash bribes to of kin, went down with the erart.1 I Government has been deprived of i'flounced last night that after 15 blocks..
10i1 end flctmltr uncle. Harry{,Reps.! Brailey.'Odham. Sanford.I The survivors are Lt. lj.g.1 Ivan'1 parliamentary immunity and Jail- years of research he discovered in All it takes to sell citrus in is work a taYrr lido saf >
**. I i Washington i
uu4 wvtrely and vu not i I I ed on charges of alleged conspiracy I perseverance f( r1.r
and Clarence U. Camp Ocala to I W..Hinder of Calhoun County. EL the air small quantities of a'''
sare1.d I. the. i vote against a bUt curbing race j and ,.mm. 2/C Curtis Prior Wash-I'I'I I in an apparent effort to suppress highly active gas which exerts a'' and cooperation.Citrus beea4e -
I'I bookmaking. I ington. the last vestige of opposi- "marked influence" on human can be sold if some one goes to the\ State Department a.t1.stlila .
M f1>E
IHr, Gr 4Mtther tion.These developments in the body functions. Air that lacks the and the War Department and camps en the e
Pit gas which he call Ann. favors right people's doorsteps until the answer is "yes."
M Twifl Track Young President To Direct Local Group 1 eyes of political observers in
i if the outbreak of infectious diseases
I The sajesrnan should with edger tt1alM
Wt T PALM Paris, are reflections of the < co-operate every
BEACH IAP1 A; such as sinus trouble and pneumonia A
-Stalin food representative in Washington. The sale of
-* .r l4 frtrMUnother and her he said.Contest anjr pf-'
*..*ff.,..t4 rrandjon died beta : Florida Airways Expansion They regard i it as the Soviet cessed food abroad clears the domestic market far wf M tipI
.*.fc UM wheels of a train here answer! to Pres.Truman's programof for President is left. I
assistance to Greece and TUr-
ltftda7 They were' Mrs. E. L. ; key and the policy being formu- In addition, the combined political potency ftf aft fee
,4,._ Heresy
and Shrarwnod Bruce Reorganization-Revealed Of WCTU Seen
1t.a.t. .&. were walking the ,' lated by U. S. Secretary of State Likely I food' producing States in the nation Is far greater than
on FRANKLIN H. STEVENSON Marshall for continent-wide help ASHBURY PARK. N. J. (AP) I th' :power of the Florida delegation alone. Working together .w
where the views of East and Walt A contest for the presidency all la
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!Gy: Editor Sunday Sent ne-Slorl' have clashed :'the World's Woman's Christian; the food producing States could reap a harvest. !
Tee ht's Monsa Reorganization and expansion of Florida Airways, Inc.,I (London reports said officials, Temperance Union developed yesterday -i i We urge the three trade associations to go to the u.n- ..w eFs

.. '':.'''' p.rt, Manw, tae 3:13.: was completed with the election of Joseph L. Dyer, formerly of Yugoslavia. Romania and Alba- as delegates from Scotland > mission hand in hand and ask for enough money to pet A

.. ; ... .hirer, 190 2.21. II of Winston-Salem, N. C., as president, company : nia-the three Balkan nations and Ireland were nominated to high class man on the scene at once. We are late new.

1-:,.. ..... .... 3. 4.1.. spokesmen announced yesterday. .domination most firmly-met under yesterday Communist in Belgrade ,succeed Boole of 89-year-old Brooklyn N. Mrs.Y" who EJla Is';,' --- I

1 t; 7M ....... ... .... ..... I It also was .revealed that creditors' claims had -been, apparently setting the stage retiring. Mrs., J. Forrester-Paton Chinese Communists j Grain Shovelers End
I settled on the basis of exchange for what British-"sources believe ,
of Inglewood. Scotland and Mrs.!
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.b:.... US.rze uo.1 os. 'of one share of voting "common!!ness and their belief in the future may be the next act in the Red Emily Moffat Clow, of Belfast! Near Port Arthur I Walkout in Buffalo

:: ___.... t iA .2S. IBSl. ; stock for of Florida Airways as a company drive to consolidate Soviet powerin were nominated. Election win be{I PEOTN (CAP Chinese Communist BUFFALO rAPJ A.....'...M
-........: / .. $S of I Ii Eastern Europe.] .
17. 1.10..4W and Orlando asan air center. ; tlmorr0lr.Charter ; '
k N. 00. ",, : occupation of Pulsation I grain ahovelen' itrttt .We* fc4
1tt! 4M. : ."u. Dyer .ta he declaredOther
bt M-=..p s>..w...t a.-tr.s 1la. i,i elected at | members of the committee I; key overland approach to Soviet-I i practically halted mfl nf a<* ities

5. Os 504 I eta] are Byron L. King. James !|.I' 1947 Jim 1947 1 I held Dalren and Port Arthur was i|i hi this nation's lariat dear pew

..... tlaats: .... lal the board ?! A. Pittman Leroy Coffman and J.w q reported yesterday by both sides in i;jductog center ceded T&ur&r
r It t.,'a.rlw : rectors ) R.A. Kirkland.No s 9 loliSSil Service I the Chinese e.vh war. The exact i i Leo S. Smith prcaide&t .f Local
me. ., .n.. 'led ; basic change in the airlines' j, circumstances of this development ilO 1} International Laafherfe
l i wal ... Ilk'j 1 I I to the Stuart'h i structure will be made at.present. I X16 17 18 19 208 were in dispute, but it was "-I{Asm. LAP!.]. said awmbm ef Ml
i |j. w... LAn S.n j I and Dyer said adding that the board petted to have an important bear- i union, totaling about IM h4 at-
2 .1a'1 com j will follow through' a long- '' ; the future of Dalren and 1 terns
? lib Tinii '!I their 2232425262778 tug on cepted company::
... help
range program of steady advance- ,
a.. h a..Mw., ........ ting up ; ment and expansion. I I{ 4 Port Arthur.
.oLoo.-.. ...08&! T a i..r1.. TIM rti., .dz .financing, ]i Already in progress are moves to : 2930 W-n p.... 3S Wltite I 'Chute Foils Girl Killed E-ii
Grandmother of 363 Dies
,.,w..re.na a..- their extend Florida Airways' route pattern BIRMIKOHAM tUf M. .. 144.
'r r4 "* 1Ms.saw o.a. .. h"!* acceptance ,through Civil Aeronautics i 1947 July 1947 (!R FFIN M?. Airy, N. C IAP1 Mrs. Jane then Irma Loet. 23, or >laradtet' Li
"Georce who said that barn, killed hr ..,_,
: Payne Snow 104. was y
... o..1 sad 'N'''' Board approval and accomplishment -I ... JI.1 lie. 1IW 9a.t+ U ?
and other comDyer she could:: can by name each of the National Air CareiTtl *>**
..>>. .; ___... of this objective will be giv-! ._ ;
:-, d..l ew .... &.Au 1.J.: mittee members are to be congratulated ,123 = 5 I I her 363 grandchildren died near her parachute failed to eera &f'lag .
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It!' 1 2 --- lIb'' .unbaR $rnltlttl.ZII Orlando, Florida, June 8, 1947 ,1I 1e Fails Briggs; Strike, Looms 01 "Id AH. lfIItMMJ

n tAP) BrilP UanttfacturlU A;... .. r i1N .as acre t.

rII Twisters Floods Kill151 Budget Cuts f IFA d : +threat Workers DETROIT bY to co'the call yesterday 1ta CIO 20.001 United empJefti feed AttyO a

r II In a d"PGtt
Perils Cited out on a new.Uike contract June Emil WUI'J" 6-iiU-

[Caatiaatd from Page 11] I x over regional co-c11reCW cl the with UAW**... : :

I Tornado.CutsFiveMfe 1 th* Des Moines River flowed 1 Streams Swell 1 By President I .. t ''compiny CIO. said underway nesotUUon.store Wa 8.

through the second stories of some [Continued from Pare 11 ,'. broke down yesterday. --
homes In the southern part of *
fled they were eye witnesses: two
the city. The large John Deere
Farm Utnufacturinz, plant and defense witnesses; and viewing
Path Old Mississippi I and X-rays showing the
jUerrel! Meat packing firm were
I I:9I I course of four bullets which i
flooded. Electric: power was disjdupted -
Smith allegedly fired into Rufus'bod1.
**. ApI A teouu and drinking water was {lFy United Prtssl I I
emote. a* bail. "M brit .I I provided by nearby towns. Rain swollen Midwestern Smith was charged with first
et+*4 far it mUM I An estimated 16.000 were home- streams, which already have made degree murder in a warrant Issued -
River Val-
i. in the Des Maine
of homeless
IS. OHM aadmtertay. thousands persons by Judge Ware on the affidavit -
If,. torrents of muddy water 1 I .
tetr.eitteletea rushed of H. F. [Jim McOowan. 1 1r
I IH .t .... PMWIM. dead, Extensive damage was reported into the Mississippi River last Oviedo celery and. citrus grower.
= i[rift the fertile fanning area of theNorthern night threatening the worst flood r I
astl pi if*HIT dam* ,Rufus was killed near the StarDust
lowlands from
cabs tswwtrde ., Missouri ':ever to strike the Iowa and Illinois a Negro beer tavern on the ri
arts swirling waters where one man shores of the rive .
...... edge of OrJedo. i
was drowned. At least 25 homes !I Old Mississippi was rising rap I
e4 uteri areaM were flooded In the Bethany Mo., i iarea. idly as the turbulent tributaries Smith WM arrested May 31.
i -ft iMjrfmiH eiaueaalyiiaV i converged to send an "unprecedented by. Sheriff P. A. Mere and held 1s
t *.* *"*. **** .*... wla volume of water into the until yesterday in the Seminole
aaV .... .e .. w olrtasa fM. tali.**. tie.elM. near Canton. Mo. Smith who sat calmly throughout -
../ It twee Itanium ftumoutMrr whet the MlsslMippI River least 10 persons had been I' the hearing except when placedon
fl.Med parts of the small"eolkg. killed and countless acres of
-. .... aa4 ended +
the stand by Defense Atty.
towv and twroandlng Iowlad. endangered when the
Pa Arta
.,; i: !Ernest Householder claimed: he f
.. their
tributaries raged over
IU HU*. WaxM -
I I shot Rufus in self-defense when x =..
.. ..... aQ ta The staid of It.0 feet wu only banks. the Negro attacked him with a I
Pant Mmerh .It foot below l the record high Eastward in Pennsylvania and I knife while he (Smith was attempting I
.. + r* (h.d la the damaging 1944 Ohio a tornado whipped through to make an arrest. He
,. K A Mrtl Stgeehltf. floods. i four small towns in succession I exhibited two wounds-one on the .
0 'tHtt $.".... At Mansfield., O. precautions levelling buildings and killing at left shoulder and the other on the {I 1
'I. ** Jrw[ ** KanaUlrfC acainst a typhoid epidemic were least four persons. 1 left arm-which he said had been couldn't treat Dal lilt
Jtit ....... .. [4witMI Islet after health authorities expressed Red Cross State and municipal I.inflicted by Rufus' knife you ..f
llesui T.d1. ., fears an all night downpour officials were evacuating families He admitted hitting Rufus at .
had contaminated the city out of homes in Pike County and 'least three times with a black- ,ii a T tree *. bend elk rl.... .-
r ...... \1IW watt lU pJ". Streams were out I Quincy, Ill, and from Alexandrtlato jack and firing{ several shots at
..,.. ill a-::... etta .f their banks In many sections Wayland and Hannibal. Mo.. incase him. but denied that he stood ''i' ,.,.., .. ... ....

II...... !.*..**. M and a nvtn-year-old boy was. I! the river the giant should levees break.holding back |lover Rufus as- he lay on the edge .. '..;"".' ."'.. -".-",\ "ft ..m, Asp0 1 rR M
t tfrewaed.' I ]. a garden patch and fired two '.'". .'. .
- ... One-third of Canton, Me. shots into his prone body.However .. ... '. Ira ..."... .. j.
treats' also rontlnnedto
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f already was flooded. More than the four Negroes- .
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41Rf1 w.e tee h.$talu IU tkeait Nebraska andKrtaM 100 families had been evacuated Bronzell Wilson. Junior Bronson. ..... .. H .
0ft y ..rat4Melen Kantaa. and men. women and ehilI Theodore Bell and Enoch Boston .. 5t .. m I
........ Is Maresa Cora planting In Indiana, only
: dren feverishly piled sandbarsaround testified they watched the police J '
I I ...... h.ret.etee.d M D1be I
>*-JNlt filial an.I M per rent completed was fur. the municipal light and ; chief fire the second.pair of the --
:. &At II atetkjttw tNt delayed by heavy rains and I power plant as the flood crawled four shots into Rufus' body after I ..ea beM -- -
.start wraut awrflowtag streams in the low. I IIe"d. I lowly across the town. : and fallen from I ,
he had
I erg .. ........... a.. .. two-earlier staggered shots. ALADAR SZEDY-MASZAK standing, Hungarian Minister to t"sia1.dNIj1IJears
.. 1.a.ae. ..1 ee wt.rtted.Jsyto. At One 01'1. 8. D., a woman evacuated More than from 1,000 farm persons homes were "Did you ever-shoot the man the U. S., who refused to recognize the new proCommunistregime .. .... i
... ......4 3aaiMtarl helping her husband push their oni is showrrabove Washington with Fereno I
while he the ground Hungary in
the outskirts of HL, the I was on in ,
..... i as M whit cull Oar .... J
M.14" a wet stalled> car after a near ,cloud. :I i asked.
river inched to a flood stage of Householder Nagy Jr., son of the former Hungarian minister whose Government -
+ +aireMs l.u tsetse burst was swept to her death In .,
228. only a fraction of an inch "No; sir.wu Smith's crisp re- overthrown the Communist [Story on Page 1 11.]
.... the flash flood of nearby creek was in coup. a
IN lerals/
e aata under' the all-time high of 2298 : ply. .1
r. ..... eat .........w.4U Of 1944. I "Why'did you shoot the man?" 1 i r j ... .I-a':
.. !! _....4. ..e a. The river was rising onetenthof 1,. "It looked like it was him. or 847601976. Neither approprta-1 I action,"he said."I would be gravely y .
iIIIIle4 ... ........., ..... 1e.. Florida AirwaysReshuffled a foot an hour and weather me." Smith said. ; tion has been acted ;I concerned if any effort to undefmine -i' ..... ..... -'. .... i
.... .... taaaa/. I forecasters expected it to reach Its Smith said when he attemptedto Senate. our farm policy were
........ ...,....... I crest Monday or Tuesday if thereis t arrest Rufus for reckless'driving On the Interior appropriation I successful." .. .....
"S ........& no more rain by that time. the Negro climbed into the the President said: The President also called on V.l Al_ .
.aM weo bw... ,... Here The flood waters gradually began i cab of his truck. Smith said he "We have laws to conserve the Congress to restore funds I
.. ,I receding, meanwhile at decided what his action on the and develop our 'natural resources for water control reclamationand
ytat aM
....gas St gu Ahana I stricken Ottumwa. Ia. Power was I tax bill will be. He may not acton and these laws if wisely power projects-of particular I
being channelled in from outlying the tax cut measure until after administered would largely interest in the West.
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v$_.. wen I IGatlaud from Page 1] districts to restore electricity to''
.. ftttseeut The sdMieaYl a-a i he returns from Canada late next ; eliminate our shortages. Mr. Truman said that world
$ M f. etha a CAB certificate for region the city and gasoline pumps were i j I week. He has consistently opposed > "However we are now hi grave leadership could be maintained
being used to out of
al-typo: operations. Under Route basements. pump I I reductions in taxes in favor \1 danger that these protecting laws 'only by maintaining the strengthof
a--" .,,scary ffa Ka. tk tha airlln operat I of paying off the Government'swar will be made ineffective by the this country
.'" wfce uftttere throuah II prominent Florida citka. Wide areas of farmlands In I t debt In larger Installments.In failure of the Congress to providethe i The Chief Executive said the 1 -t
; #I. I atrttt flytns 2.260 miles daily. .four Midwestern farm States his January budget measure money necessary for their ad- "disintegration" of the American'
S: *te.t.eteemL Mid Jaa. 1$. 1117. marked the in- were flooded by rushing water. the President asked $295,420,420 ministration." Armed Forces since the end of the
I __ flam *f net ....,.a .f ecrtified aervka aver and Ottnmwa & city of 20,000 I for the Interior Department but On agriculture, the President war was "an encouragement to''
I a***** H4M1/ ill aU tacks |k. Orba4o-Tallahawea portion in the heart of the nation's corn 11 the House voted only 161413513. took a sterner view. nations who regard weakness one J 30 So. Ortftf A.< t
c sM act Ta,. tB .I tfc* r..U lad aU segments belt was almost paralyzed by He asked $1,188,371,318 for agriculture "Our entire farm program is the part of peace-loving nations L
I n ..,. ta coulee March XS with torrents of water that swirled t' and the House gave him endangered by recent Legislative I as an invitation to aggression." j
paMeagcrm air navy and air ex- through the streets. :.: -

t a itrae. .. .al<.teefe air ...... The muddy flood waters rolled t
= ..... .....,. Mr.kdSM la accepting preakiency of the downstream inundating rich f
........ Dust airtiaa.& Dyer told company per- farmland sending more than .. -
IIMI RMeea.e lad ao&nel ha Intended to"match your I 5,000 persons fleeing from their -
.. loyalty your enthusiasm and'youralnetrt homes halting transportation and Compare the fort +fi R wuN .. '
i efforts with my own." crippling power srevlce. The toll
"""' Matt acct aMi Ma spoke highly of the ability 1 I of property damage ran into milT QUALITY FtA1'''la'. ,t
ti ..... .* e.. .... and accomplishment of Florida' lions of dollars and was expected ,
IM aura .... Airway personnel and added that >Ito be much larger before the .
'I!I.. Tutura achievements do not rest : water subsided.

-..... .. *.. waa anttatttera with any one of us alone, but are The worst floods were In MOST (
M pawls taut' ta toM hands of aD of us, work Southeastern Iowa.where 4.SOO I :::: ; : ;;: :
I ... birw" M Dart I tnt together as a team. persons were left homeless and
.... tsttswa7. Dyer ha spent 10 of his 28 in Missouri. I- I- the Score
t ttet bat furs la aviation. Believed to be The Iowa flood I(1 I(1
::e.:.: a weaaaaIWMT UM youngest airline president he serious in the StAte's was history.the most At ::::: :T.

,.. M tW I-ir1 ., Ilsetrtue war also tha youngest warplane and i Ottumwa. the Des Moines River l l ,
.,. *M biota ... IMI pilot la the United States already was more than a foot
!..... *. UP.a1' wu ta that field for four years. above the record 1903 level of 19,4
yatta4tntrt,- TtarwithMt the- war. he did feet and still
she was rising.
.. t tMac. ... Itft tt.&U- aa MttUaaJng jefc la .,.oduo-- I I LOW.PI.CID. UI tt 111. t
lot a" eMXteoeriar test ,Det-
crag' etwt.ueM thsarws art.. Ing for both the United
.. i Statesi -
eeaaee cab ei lrse ..s I i I l and .
foreign fortes.I
4 .4, baehig N ....... ""roU lika a siren" she said. I A master of .
dive-bombing tech
I Ioest.S1. .... aN tied durtftg Two fire the storm broke out but at they Sharon were I niques. Dyer tested, and demon

fib ...... ...... OlKN idi tsuaguuhed without difficulty. I strated the Army advanced Air Forces model the aircraftfor Royal and this is the Car

istte corral lett thr Dtiiftt4b One when occurred attendants: at. were Buhl rushing Hospital aid'Air i I Force Force." Indian Royal Air Force Australian and Free Air -

__ ",. _4ietr _.to wash a ta the injured. !French. _
Ha has been'recommended for
I citation by Consolidated-Vultee

... : CI,* H WW/e, Inc., Announces t.ing Aircraft wort Corp.In. wartime for his aviation outstand advancement.

1 biJ J.i'l'fItfftt Dealer for I Dyer also flew with Curtis- I ,.
?4. t' as Wright' aviation division testing = kx
the Navy Hell Divers and Marine
... lt Corps. Models. .? .... t-
.. I YeuAfsfewra Kitchens for Orlando. With hit wife Edith Womble ..
Dyer and their two children -
aees i Lynn and Dianna. Dyer plan { ... _
to move to Orlando --I :
DIY and make .
!- 1 \ C.mt \* soul iff this "Dream Kitchen" I. his permanent residence here. .

iIa. !Ht"I/ bondurized sheet steel I The board of directors also elected .: ,.
i 1 I Paul M.Welch, Atlanta banking -

I. t IfiHA tasttsaet Jihk.N I Returned executive to their, to posts a directorship were M. D. -

Holman. vice-president of opera v -
... r I dons and a director; Oscar Berg -. : r..

ar1Rvs 1 I f Ail win yt* /" planning l a modern&rttKttrt strom.manager vice-president and a. director general; M.traffic To-

klttktn-whether you are build. Brown secretary-treasurer and a. ,
[ director; and Henry B. Hall a -di. ;:
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Of Orlando priced cars has half as many of these features. Your nearby Plymouth dealer

CLAUDE H. WOLFE Inc. Ii C 14 Stairway with BaMnrl Or seat***U* FNerai Anew will be glad'to show you the Quality Chart. HeU accept your order. And beg

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If1. tr tlt_irtmbag. &tnthttl-&tttr Orlando, Florida, June 8, 1947
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rI:2- Bridge ClubsEntertained

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I 1 .." ":. .v' ,.- At Apopka :

[:W- c': to The Suidav ;entmel-Stor'1
a : APOPKA-Mrs. Calvin Grossen-

\ .) ij. day bather honoring entertained Mrs. Dan at bridge Gallant Mon-of 'I ': : I

Sanford. Guests were the Mmes.
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r Nat Ryan. Fred Smith. William -"-"yn"" -''''' '-lC4x wN nn
.. r; & MiHitzer.Raymond Anderson.Kirk UMATILLA HIGH SCHOOL graduated a class of 16 seniors. 'T 1 Sara Jones, Lowell Collins, GW nr kt..e ..- soY
: : y Lewis and H. J. ,, H ...
.. .. + 1 Leudenburg.' in commencement exercises last week. Ellis Moore, principal Agnes Cason, James Doube' ev J'ft .J' I

... ; --. the Mrs.Wednesday Kirk Lewis morning was hostess bridge to is shown at extreme right, and Mrs. Edwards, sponsor is shownat Charles Edward Jones! Rex Land. MoGeorge i '9'.w Wot" .
8dly .a
club. Playing were Mmes. P. E. left. Members of the class are Evelyn Allen; Allen Bates, Trow.ck .

"'4-- Cloud Gus Morton Nat Ryan ..... II e r Vn"'r .baits I.,
-I" ? Justin I LoreH, Dorman J. '
Li Meyer
f B. Standard Roy Daniels. '! of Greenville N. c, who were here Pierce has been here visiting her T4-H' Group .. Ie d.- ...... .. ....... tail
visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. daughters and attending gradua t
I I I Wednesday afternoon bridge .... aaa4ai M
,J j # t tJ i ''I club met with Mrs. Oscar Vick. In W. B. Henry have returned to tion.Mrs. i At ... R___ rt 9t4 5. i
-' the group were the Mmes. Carl North Carolina, but plan to return R. A. Lasater has returnedand Planned gaped. is ... .... -- Sis MMtt
P7" ;; .Jackson. Natalie Oliver. Glenn to Apopka to reside. is recovering from surgery. I i 1-
soon '

a ..J t- Jr James Smith Mahaffey.Kirk Lewis.J. 7.B. E.Standard.Cloud son Mr.and and sons Mrs.have Raymond gone to Ander-Clay. Roy Lasater Jr. is here visiting his }; Meeting ...>..... .dart.....Ant rtlNIN ...,... .+..,...a...t, ..-.....
parents. will ....... ... ..
J : and the hostess. ton. Ga., where Mrs. Andersonand | LEESBURG-Mrs. Paul C. Swrt
.... tad awns.
United the boys will spend the Sum-
Florence Collier
Chapter. Diehls To Leeave Monday entertained Wednesday at her Yarn t.sttirl. .at: ...
Daughters of the Confederacy, will mer. [ to The Suxtay: Sent ne1!-Star] 1 1 Fruitland Park home to orgaatee MNMtsslar 0If'It1M '
t L. have their annual covered-dish i i Miss Margaret Bateman is home ipecwl .
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'", \ .__ .__. __ _... ":", 1t 1...' luncheon Wednesday at the homeof I from Stetson at DeLand. She will i MOUNT DORA-Mr. and Mrs.S. a 4-H club for girls from 10 to Jt ctaalNn1tsIM ftM UnlaaU Mesa aat 1N
-- Mrs. E. L. Mathews at Plym. ''leave next week to spend a weekat S. Diehl, residents of Mount ,: rears of age. of, t..H- Mm litho = _
**t* A F*+t* 11 Aii ai Apupfcfl Hgh School Gilliam, Elaine Skipworth, Della Covlngton outh. This win be the last meet- the Baptist Camp at Ridge- Dora for several years win leave Mrs Lake Lucie Conty K. Miller home demonstration -

** '.*, u e 't ft to right top : Third row, 'Betty Crumpler, Betty Gilliard, I ing guests until are September expected, including Visiting !:crest.Mrs.N.B.C.J. Strickland and Louis Monday to visit relatives In the burg. agent was present, aDd =: i:;, _"

.. .* tet! ..tftt W i ik rt'\ jjrmt Nellie Ruth Morris, secretary, Dick Voelkel, I Mrs. O H. Dewitt and Mrs. ,Strickland: have gone to Tennesseeto ,North before making ,their home outlined tentative projects.will be heM An ...r Jwitaa111t1t. :
: Robert Kelly, Herman Robinson, Julie Cren-i George Fussell from Lcesburg. dis visit relatives |in West Texas. Diehl plans to enter organization meeting ... let/ CIIIItt ,
, 2.. 1i.t 11a4kIV Testnr Vernon show, Jane Price. Fourth row, Allen Murray, trict officers. The. Mmes. W. H. 1 i Mrs. B. P. Richardson of Fort II I the hardware business there. at Mrs. Siert's home next Wed- -- -- .. !

.Ilis a....., ....-c.. Muuff. Lanes Cuss; second !!r Willwrd'Lee Charles Ashley. president, Robert -\Stephens. W. L. McCaH. Mark I -- -vl _"

4B v> f1-" v..MP. HMM BU.Nt, Rolf SHonQac, I Smith, Glenn Roberts, T. L Rogers Jr., Ryan charge and of the J.menu W. Gandy and the are lunch-in l

Itba..' ....1t M-MM. Miry Land._. JuomtaGdiA : Betty Reiners, Juan tQ Gilbreath. I eon. t .
-- --- Mrs. T. A. Shepherd entertained '
Matt lli"mnL Markne Stacey '!ney this week, entertaining groupsof I! a. small group of children Wed- !
School art lemm OTOwrr reedved hon- : her friends in relay. Bridgewas !nesday, honoring her daughter

f ..... auslsMs fr baring a per- enjoyed. |Martha Guests who included was three Sarah years Alice old.

ft t CWWren Give ha Neatr r ..."11"C."e.. I I i In the first party Mrs. Dick 1 Barnes, Marcia Robinson. Alice Announcing. \:'.
MIll >Aehie. Harris, Mrs Shirley Patrick won high Mrs. Mark Britt Mooney.Toby Ryan. Charla Johnson
Lute lltsltsn. aril Ma A. Droege were :I!second, and Mrs. Lester Butler :, and Eileen and Marilyn Ma- .
Program haffey. I
p.ea eoeaa.aa pneaekd by Mrs. :: floating prize. Assisted by her I Miss Jane HalL student at '
M 0 Bueay from the patrons of ,, mother, Mrs. Youngblood. hostess 1 Martha Washington College, The Installation of -"
fi taw ...... :: served a salad course to the Mmes. ,Fredericksburg, Va., is home for I .
su.u I MMi MftiTto principal, will leave ;i Dick Patrick Mark Britt Lester the Summer.
Mrs. R. D Beane Jr. and sons
Lc- rraln'* to begin work on a'' Butler Hart Miller Jack Reid, ,I hare returned after an extended ModernMEN'S
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tttartar's Capri tn the University 1 Miss Mary Argo. Mrs. Dick Wheeler 'visit in Texas. a ,
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fI and Mrs. Buford Reams. J. G. Grossenbacher left by
I I Ih the next party Mrs. Hall entertained I plane Friday to- attend the Na
tional Rotary Convention in San
i ? 1rs. HallEntertains the Mmes. Willis Hall j
I! Francisco and to visit his son Karl
Norman Thompson Herbert and family at Santa Barbara Cal CLOTHING DEPt
..r Pounds Walter Coble. James! Ly- l Julian Roberts,. Jack Rail and !
brand. Ed Reeves Bob Rogers, Perry Warren are home from Nor-
Glenn Joiner. J. C. Sayer Judson I man Park Junior College Ocorf -
For Friends Moore Mullins Henderson and 'f
I w Miss Lyn Blackstock. Winner of !I Carol Armstrong who was
:"1' hi The Sky Sent.nel-Star high score was Mrs. Coble sec here visiting Mrs. :Martha Saul,' We are proud of our new, fluorescent lighted, greatly en.
WIMTER GARDEN Mrs. ond went to Mrs. Pounds. and "has left to return to Stephens
Mil Hal MrtMtalocd at a series I,low to Mrs. Judson Moore. float- .College in Columbia, Mo. -
larged suit section. All new suits with shipments arriving
.. ...hs m her home to Killar-,'ing prize also went to Mrs. Moore.1 I Mr. and Mrs. H. A. McDougle:,

I daily. Choice suits from the nation's finest clothing manu .

( S facturers. Who else but Penney's could being you such a

met Ot'L. -
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Styling by experts from the metropolitan areas.
A--2W Single and double breasted coat models in

'"?*, feather-lite weights for warmer-weather wear. t

,YouTl find, regulars, shorts and longs for then ,

of all builds.Fine .

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lS 7 h.ar Fabrics

100% light tropical wool worsteds to give good '4 S

service: day after day of wearing. Cool cnsp,
rayons for those who. like quality at a price. -

Penney's Towncraft Suits have plenty of back _

bone. Both fabrics woven to hold their press. f
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Personalized FittingTailored
ItNat for a moment ifrpftrtff n .gentle softness always. They '

hall admitted by now 7 %. need no greasing or attention. h" ""-':

.rit IWkU has hUed the turn They are unaffected by dirt, with skill and plenty of experience to

ii 1 d-. iktp. ol un to come. 3 wear or y the weather, and breakage give you good fit and good looks. Penney's precision ;

,,.J (lf i tfcl present elide onrer"nIIl.ce THESE DO If' -is practically- unheard-.of. tailoring will please the most fastidious

with that big -f.ar Jil-hl.tfItl nil sprig: ; < -- male. Snappy pin .stripes for the short soft
)rrmti tack wheel t.",,,, tver" Tae net of it all is that you put ;: ;
...f.., of, Fireball
power, tumt u it retches tktm, '
Jf ft going to challenge It it tAil independent .cti..1 rack yourself on Easy Street when light solid colors for the talL ,
you wild that fifft Butck in mitcklm you seat yourself in a Buick. .,
ttaaa MI the open road. 11.745(7 f. 457 iii .n reUs.
You make every road a better -1i' .'

wIt*!*.hat aLe trim Buick: got road -every ride an adventure .. =
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6 t Price :} .
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over bumps as they came along, .Why not' drop in and learn fabrics'with
AU wool
|W fenl! MM big aniwe'rJwb"ero leaving the frame and body to more? ether you have a car S 31'15 of personality.tropical plenty. .' ,/).:|*

IN snugn art plentiful the car pursue their--level- ,way.. undis-' (ito trade or want to talk on a"clean ,.

ftn 4i tangled, the bump big. turbed. deal" basis, you'll I always
.-L C A A "Tg Smart crisp rayons that will stand t
Buick' coil springs keep the? find a warm. welcome here. _, -
arid ... .OL the heat yet keep you cool looking. :

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eUte4$ ki quiet water ONLY BUICK HAS ALL THESE

0.. r aM i It was Buick that4nt ., psu. ; $1tR; nAif/RES PENNEY'S FOR ALTERATIONS. -' '
| k tn>Juc d the American
i4it to sett.,gentle tail spring *SaNrZONIIC0r MOUNTINGS IAUfCWn\*UOACUMWNni5Accuwre I Ij I

fe* MI at! four wheel. cruNoei IOWNS *n/rrwHG PISTONS II j

*it//coa snuNGmo I 1 f''S
U I It WM buck that. first mad, it \ ruu-awcrH rotQuf-nu Daryl try ors .
will build them I go o Lar

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State Seen Engaged I I Melon Spoilage j Beirne Cites : Orlando, Florida, June 8, 1947 Clth;! rnttnr1-E'br- .

I In Central Union Oviedo ChiefI Building CosfT '

Revenue i
Gamble Cited by GroupTALLAHASSEE

i Pno.. Advantages 4 ,, .

AtUI4 MOatS! [API | MIAMI BEACH: (LAP Joseph ABieme. -I Freed on Bond SfudyAsked

a 1.. .. I.I Florida Railroad Commission yes-, president of the NationalFederation I ,
'M" drn'l '
.w MR&-nOrida" o terday told the Interstate Commerce : of Telephone Work-
........ a ... a Stat Government, which '! Commission "over half of i 1 said yesterday that the t I [Continued ,from Page 1J TAMPA ',.,. Ns1lslh a [[soars J
... 1I: .eterat Upon gambling for I Florida watermelons ready for era !- of Wiifcayaa P Cctatrt stir .8
.. ... M s beradeul revenue: now tion's telephone employes once pulled Rufus from the truck and : ...
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.. ...... spins. around the 'i field because of lack of vent box- re-organized! into a centralized union 'tussled with him. During the Oas>1sll Oaa-.l pi.... i
'... amount of struggle, Smith continued. Rufus
.. .s Pfetlwe money cars to move them to market"The would force the American day laM a esp et tot*
elf during the next two and broke and ran along side the Star ; .... iw
ttrwaa years, i i message also was addressed '.. tractor arrtw
-first a' taw-- Telephone and Telegraph Co. to Dust and he gave chase. Rufus
T- -" to officials of the Seaboard, Seaboard JeW awwn gaeaiho
-= tw h.iib.f 4 !i bargain in 1948 on a nationwide : ran behind the building, stopped
a i{I Air Line. Atlantic Coast aa e11ut 0 M4 a1.asrtes
... aoUc, I ': Line. Southern and Louisville and basis. : and then came back toward him. colt
: 1Meta Legislature
.. axmorW Nashville Railways the AssocIa- I Bieme made his statement in Smith said. .
... .
.tls.'fie They struggled again and Rufus MaUrMUr aeMpsrenN .
'4.' -.0.-...._ tion of American Railroads and an interview with the Miami I ... :.
'..rMaW, .... tM Gets First the Office of Defense Transporta- Daily New_as NFTW delegate ,! reached for a knife. Smith said.
......... r. sa4d sere I: tlon. from aD sections of the conn-' i adding that he hit Rufus with the ta koeisda
ro M Nos tana.saldK. i blackjack several times and then Mtft ..... belie
.. try began arriving here for aI
!I -It will take well over 11,000
1. felt the knife cut the back of his
1ItII I .... ............ 'II'OW4 Court Action cars to move the melon crop and ,1 I convention called Ie organize Heft shoulder. : He then backed MM rf a e'n'ap frtaansw
.. 4f ... Ntr much less than half of this num- the telephone workers into one reretltly ela
......, arMeert .... Ia.- ; union. The convention will away rapidly, suffering anothercut .
TALLAHASSEE bul 'ttaee .salcoat'
eAf. API] The ber of cars I am informed is or I open Mt
,, 4 f1
Mrso the drew his andstarted
w Id on arm. gun
.. eon ,
.. .. ...... city of Hallandale yesterday filed will be available ths season unless Monday. firing. Smith testified.Dr. W aeesef tl

trig. 'h-s .. ....... and I' suit against Chief Clerk Lamar your organization can aid in get- The NFTW Beirne said was cent :: = = .
_.. Iyr a ting us relief" Jerry Carter act- composed of 36 separate unions Martin, the only other wales -
.. be read Bicdsoe and Speaker Thomas ,, chairman I!1 defense witness said he treated they acid .rlis .
ing of the commission.. which dealt with one management
... =Nit... .. pOd. j Be&.ley of the House of Representatives :said, in his telegram. I in the recent nationwide telephone the two wounds shortly after the crease Ne = :MMe ..

r>-- M ... area In the first court attackon I i He asked aid to "save the melon strike. He said this form of"organ- I shooting sad M ielMt "l

'.... =: w- thane twMn uk an action of the 1947! Legisla- growers of our State from this ap- | ization ,which resulted in separate Dr. C. L. Park Sanford .M a [lace r.rw tlhltratnmt
orf surgeon
-- ... ture. .: proaching disaster. i contract settlements was the cause fee Mipr.eWsr.men. .
1 I II i exhibited X-rays and pictures
Pf'OCI"fft I the lack of of the LMr asettag I
I for success
Iaalufalaw Th. showing the of the four .
Mount apt city asked the Supreme'Court LEESBURavrl;: course ..MIr0prelneaa
'.... us fungicides strike. .. ace aeo
tr ( .ill v
dhalp b-ftt 1 to compel Mr Bledsoe and bullets. One bullet entered the .
y > .
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.. 11M k for the control of downy mildew i "The telephone companycan IPhcto by --/ r r.alrl
IR.kL. (sled Beasley to deliver to the Secretaryof abdomen and lodged against the
... 3 t to and anthracnose on watermelonsare OVIEDO POLICE CHIEF Barnett Smith [left] shown that wuhe.r alea.arrM.will .
ab ear ...eltee. the Bute's office a bill which enlarges be expected to be required to spine. A second entered above the is conferring .
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being tested at Watermelon be M IwM .cfir
pie ,, really bargain in the future
I Ik It .arwR the HallandrJe city limits left hip and ranged downward.I with his attorney, Ernest Householder, during yester .
sad.flay. w. ttrwals 0u.t
to take In Oulfuream race track. and Grape Investigations i i Beirne said. They haven't done I the use of probes in the Sanford murder .
pic Smithin
II day's hearing on charge placed against
r .flIt the L.gle- Laboratory here. Dr. G. K. Paris, c00afRth 2Ft LUIWesat
::if I .m sbnvt d ate The and measure House passed both Sen- plant pathologist in charge said ; that yet tares Dr. Park showed two bullet connection with fetal shooting of Robert .Rufus Oviedo ,..we.m..c...,.. .. aba feFl1 '
was sent to The union executive said more wounds high in the center of the
:. __". a 144 dia'1 t. GOT CaldwelL After it had re- yesterday. : than 240,000 workers would be chest, ranging downward and Negro. Smith was released under $5,000 bond pending grand;. lap tabs. talsrc.. aI1tMn a

stained In his office a few days Interested persons are invitedto (pledged to the new union to be emerging just below the right, jury investigation. R Iaelale ..m/eesw1 ::
the the tests between 8 'I Mbar. NsM I uasa a. art
I n House recalled see am.
r-wi"* .. a oitnued.ta and 5 within the next 10 arcs .1 iaa.r. aetMwr71se
Ala w .... arerkte postponed further consideration pjn. days.! Workers of America by the time t !
t 1 of the Broward County The tests are being earned on at The four Negro witnesses said .Aafdmt atweaMM
'"* a>** swwiuui aeI local billThe : the laboratory's farm two miles I the convention ,01)DS.He said i they saw Eufus fall with his Tangerine Ad Methodists ...... tw mM iM .pat
workers would
std I the aef the block of represent .
-. city maintains the House north of Whitney.The I I i hands raised: but did not see a silo N ttt111M sty slw+ntiweW
Brotma.M rtealleij the i iOonmor' 85 per cent of the persons [ .Is.... Maraslora a-
examinedare knife.
measure from the fungicides being
MrMlatt *) ne has I [now employed in the telephone in- Name
..... office -illegally and Fermate Zerlate. Copper A, : t t'I' -
II It .[lout .... What about dustl')'. i Bronson and Wilson said they Church'I
........ contrary to its Constitutional au- Tri-Basic Copper. Dithane. Cop-n I 1 .
I y. tr.el-IN. tt* Oov4aM thority I He declined to comment on ,i witnessed the entire affair. They Campaign.Set Patrol Gets 0..
and mat the indefinite per-zinc-Iime. and mixture' 1 '
"w. .... Ae wwa41 tint a whether the projected CWA would said Smith struck Rufus before he Lay I
postponement '
... of the bill was 1 1'l1Mcal Zerlate and Fermate. left the then Rufus
H. UauaMures ewne and null and void." affiliate with the American Fed- 'I' truck ran 'I' To MOM' 4Jilll
....... a ........ e net eration of Labor or the Congressof ,I down the side of the building rSp, _'01! 'o The, Su-xfcy Scrttnc'-S'orl ST. PETERSBURG (APJ La?

t .... ia rM !. *a>*% he eiplained, Winter Haven Youth I Industrial Organizations or'I stopped and turned around with LAKELAND-Tangerine juice leaders of the Methodist Cbarefe'in HhACciNtTdOGAL..nn.;
__ JP? ***"***** W"w FLORIDIANA would remain an Independent I his hands raised at which time i
..... ... MMVaWp47. .wy Cfim* Gets War Service group. He said this problem expected the first two shots were fired. which was canned commerciallyfor Florida yesterday were named ';" .,
.nice. Nor IIW' at toe public i to highlight the convention. They said 'they saw Rufus I the first time in 1946, is being :'by! the Methodist Conference' .ta Ina w tt11r0peNssle

":e...... Iarrrl 8asit IPPfOPr1- Scratching Ends i I Award at Cocoa ;'!would be worked out Monday orTuesday. stagger nbout eight or nine steps given its first special advertising.,session hen.heading f..... rttthaoreilasalttt .. --
... : and fall after which Smith fired I .IIyAwafe I-Mo re-e -
lit ,awrll Ie pelt[ Me. Oovaw For Flea-Scourged I [Spe-:iof to The Sunday Sentmel-StorJ) I '! two more shots into the Negro. campaign this Summer by the i the list was Fred B. floe taatta e M Ix11 _

I =..... seNraet. fer more COCOA-Against a backdrop of I F J. H. Brown Elected 'I I' Ben and Boston said, they witnessed Florida Citrus Commission with : Noble Jacksonville attorney, f UM sushi sIt 4 1M lilt 1]

e..w iw Marcie II .....f'Wftta. Group Near Ocala planes and a parade of the ship's i I the start of the argument. I approximately $35,000 available to I II chosen as lay leader for the general I'1'aJW.' dtae... .boed ... .,
,.. ....... ....... pan the ,: company former Marine CpL but did not witness the first two promote the new product. I II conference. Mw Meal. aataear.f "
..:..=. af a H ai>i.. and Tai- UtiA-BITTEN: residents of Camp Robert A. Snively of Winter Haven I By Outdoor WritersST. [I shots. I Ii j ttsi,.
I i i Advertising :Mgr. Don Butts of II i II District leaders named *
i F Roosevelt, cross-state canal was awarded the Silver Star for II' PETERSBURG\ [API J., All four admitted they had are ",... af ow .... ...'se P0.v .
-w r. I Gainesville District C. Ferris Bryant -
=: ...a* twit told neadquaters at Ocala re-opened gallantry in action during the war, Hammond Brown of the Balti- been previously arrested by 'I the Qommission said yesterday' Ocala: Jacksonville District. ... eN .... Marie ., -
.s .... dial the several months ago to help relwn !with Capt. Clifford S. Cooper. more News Post yesterday was i I Smith on misdemeanor charges. /that three radio spots a week already C B. Paler. Jacksonville: Lakeland .atd Mbet I0 nail daasih _

aeaehsitt tftQ ta the local housing shortage. I Banana River Naval Air Station' elected president of the Outdoor Sheriff Mero said he found a : have been allocated to tan- District J. Milton Lerte, .srf faMb ilia site .. ladeelafN
all M.. .. mere pleased to announce yesterday -! i. knife In Rufus' right hand when .
pwued commanding officer making the Writers Association of Americaat .' i */ser.tirl sdYrMt .
I in Baltimore, Miami
;: Juice Chicago, Winter Haven District
...-.... Halt bask .... that that the scratching they are !presentation.The the annual convention and frolic .I'he il' arrived about an hour after gerine i I John D. KiCe.: Miami Orlando: be.. elasr ...A .... MeIn
aMM rwar-I ...iM Meta of the now doing is largely force of habit award was result of actionon which opened here Tuesday. .I the shooting. Dr. Martin also testified Boston Detroit New York, Cincinnati I[District, R. H. Berg. Melbourne: : .. .... .

'.. fta11A1w et ate. btcnmumI To describe them as fiea.bitj j Okinawa May 10, 1945. He was Brown succeeds CoL T. B. Rock I|I there was a knife in the and Philadelphia to run Tallahassee District Fred T. ,Mar sett peeaara.t" S MdMrtlt
tC Jai I at teaH would ten is by their own admission not only 19 then and is unofficiallysaid publisher of the Journal-Herald, right hand.when he examined the through the Summer, and that a'' Mickler. Madison Tampa District 11M lacer fait t* alsppanar
s... aew af the eurrentaf a reflection upon their appearance \i to be among youngest veter- Dayton O. and retains the officeof body.McGowan ,substantial amount of printed''Nathan R. Graham Tampa. itawf slave raw Mas :II
... Me but a bald fact Their said Rufus had been advertising will be in July. <
as Isar- $1.100.000.. ans ever to receive the Silver Star., executive director which he has II run Ministerial wW hw at sW w tttrl
...... ... Thla r Mw tmpor- complaint led to a State Health I He is son of H. B. Snively of Win- I held during the past year. \ employed by him for about 26 In addition display materials be announced at appointments 11 am today. ribs Y bar a .i.... ..
ass .... e+sw .. for therear Department investigation which ter Haven citrus grower and Other new officers are: Bob years and that he brought Rufus being provided for the trade .. taaMaa stslisG u.... a
Naswf. ...-.- Ntae astotetaiet found the place overrun with fleas shipper. i Wilson.Washington Times-Herald. I with him to Oviedo at about tht dealer are service men are contacti(i lit beta.. tar ....... .ia.. ,

elpa-f .. .Taal pew; some of the dangerous typhus carrying I j I first vice-president: Lou Williams. ,I age of 10. ing retail outlets and extensive < are being centered in arras where
dews type, and a wide-scale campaign I Chattanooga Times second vice- -signed the affidavit because i food publicity is being sent the new product is available ta Tta Taw Ie tlblrt. dry1sbe _
I \ was launched against the Citrus Shipments 'j president: James W. Stuber, Col- from information I received I was I out pace I II II i iI consumers. Due to the reiattvety .al. sac se sw4 __

.:;; _... Ut aple tUU,. animals reported by the resident 'I umbus Ohio corresponding secretary I convinced that in this case Mr.j small pack as compared to other .[lids toe tie asaslrser'a. ....
aa having been very successful. Take Upward Turn : E. Budd Marter, Beverly', Smith had gone beyond his dutyas I The advertising manager pointed !i citrus juices distrB min .to net given ta ream b prelp Meat f.

ep $.$ \..0.. ; WINTER HAVEN API] This N. J, treasurer; S. Mike Hudoba a police officer McGowan said.' out that promotional efforts'yet extensive. i I I Itaaw. 41a. .s f.I .
.*ata Hall, ap Marble Champ Named week's citrus shipments as reported : of Sports Afield. Washington sec- j

ATM THORPE 16, of Vernon by the State Citrus Inspec-I i retary. 1

st-r wwo bad ft oxkne yesterday won the State Marble tion Bureau totaled 825,614 boxes
.4 e w ...**.... taxes Shooting Championship and the {: against 662,380 boxes last week. ; Miami Expects Plane

.' tells talc *.t had aa $la11100000 trip to Boy Town. Nebraska for This week's shipments were .
.... d saes ..... in the National Tournament. In the 199.966 boxes of grapefruit and[ With Six-Ton Load Choose the only car giving

a.r yea.- turn the eftaret Ux. tourney held at Lakeland. Ray 625.648 of oranges. f MIAMI [API A C-46 of Carib-
+..w..aberls -verse 11 and the Conrad of Ocoee made third place.puthcd Season's totals were 8,837,277: bean American Air Lines loaded
....... ratM af Mw M>ate tax." out by Thorpe 7 to 3 in boxes of grapefruit. 27.601,484 !.with a six-ton drive shaft for a
-eti/l\naef -..V the day's opening match but topping boxes of oranges and 2.457.60S'ship is scheduled to arrive here BIG-CAR QUALITY
fila t bt ... Uw committee Victor Eubanks of Tampa boxes of tangerines foe a grand today en route to Balboa. Canal
I '..i Mee N-. revenues''''for consolation match-winner. I total Of 38896369.. Zone. The shaft Is for the S3 '

t.! NI1 vehicle Joseph R. Parrot.

_.earce IN ,lei M wventh renttoereaw Military Training Poll California Stars Enjoy The plane piloted by S. K. AT LOW"EST ICOSTy.
a 'M =MIae jaw wM Thompson'of Miami was sched-
..... .- Ith neenate from the Planned by State VFW Florida Location Stay uled to leave Oakland. CaL. some- .. get *. iVf-Car Ie&, ... __

a.. t.* wsr tferta. dunncearmaaasltnc LAKELAND: (API Veterans of iSperal to The Sunday Sentinel-Storl] time yesterday and arrive here 13 of lady ayfU r-fwi4 *.'|M""raM
"o ....... ansatal hours later. After refueling it will
Foreign Wan posts throughout WINTER#AVEN With a week cad bt ber.prlad mva-.J e .
...... .WI ul Is "I' andes Florida wilt conduct a poll next proceed to Balboa.Employment .
of shooting on the picture On An is9
owed si
woes acreban 111. ,
week to determine public reaction'
.. $..lU.n..4 ..... b Island With You over.MGM start-
I 1 i
to compulsory military training State
i i I ed yesterday on the second week

; ...-It.. rash I. fear tareaiafar said Carl yesterday.The Unt n. State. VFW Adjutant. making dialogues and singing Shows 5,000 Decrease
......... '(I scenes of the stars Esther Wil-
a..ny erh poll Is to be completed by The Senttnel-Stor] I l
i hams.Peter Lawf ord.Cyd Charisse. I [Special to Sunday
.. ,..... I
.... June 13 and results will be announced : Today Ricardo Montalban. new I TALLAHASSEE-A net decrease
.. .boo... tl-s- about four at the State VFW en- workers occurred a
I of 5,000
and Cyd
Mexican star, Esther go
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p.'ple have not I,rampment at Sarasota June 14-18 into their sequence on the South in manufacturing establishmentsduring
.... ... :A lrabaie new aulopurehaae- Union said.Coldwell. Sea beach set built right into the April according to the
.... ..
of Gar- latest available estimates releasedby
i tropical scenery Cypress
r aa..ata "1/1" fast M. they ; Orders Death I dens. Carl B. Smith chairman of the
M J" ibr he acM. Florida Industrial Commission.
: The California stars are enjoying -
Tlvee w tar re**..o U ""Here For LeRoy Henderson I 1 their stay in Florida sign- I This decline said Smith results

'awe Me ,....MS ftam motor ft. TALLAHASSEE [API GOT.Caldwell ing thousands of autographs and chiefly from continued lay-offs in i iI

MM MrrfMt. at least yesterday ordered execution 'I posing for amateur fans. Their the cigar! industry and seasonal,

.1 d NM heal year of of LeRoy Henderson during ;I late afternoons are spend water I cutbacks in fruit aad vegetable
r .olass. let
the week beginning June 16. i skiing. canning establishments. I i
war *a.4t MM Mat the revenue convicted in
Henderson was I
.* d. flvtf. IMMT IM.-4I will I

...* o ftjcttaw MCfraM af I2.MO.- Palm of Beach Fletcher County Smith.forthe a fellow murder of Lifter
: Cleanup Legislative
ell ...*. itMat fat tM fiscal yarawe convict at the State Belle Glade

a. t... N ....,.,., wall 1M. prison camp. I Begins in Sanctum of Solons
.. aft obeai that world asset
.to a>m r tai.... ......... that Utter attached to a legislative I
....... ... the seal !we ye alI I act which he was permitting to TALLAHASSEE [AP] What does a Legislature .leave

...... tips. a. belief pail. w become law without his approving behind it?

..9 .... "a .kar. and semMjgyjH signature one appropriating A lot of work for a !lot of people, for one thing. Moun-
.. for the Stephen Foster
-- which. ae eaaa 4Re Memorial on the Suwannee. tains of trash were being cleaned out of the :House and Senate ,

tr should "I follow this course because chambers yesterday while an unenthusiastic-looking desires and dollars
; .* _fl- .I Satisfy your save your !
4.erf.S there wwI4 be ample other appropriations with no 1 individual was polishing scores of .

;aralNanaaa' itt a at fIal swan greater merit were permitted to cuspidors.The I own composition on the last day Think of the BIG-CAR QUALITY nd it allowed
the expectation getting really getting
law chamber
for become' upon big House was you
., bra ........... I. > I of the session.
yh _a.n:: t-r naeludrd.88aeespa that the Legislature would provide oblitAtions. taken over by clerks GeeuP1mrRfoplfientaUns' In the Senate chamber. Pres. prices and with low cost of operation and upkeep! Big tathfactioM at big savings!
sufficient funds to meet its desks to verify I
apectal a'aaD :
1Nt fill a S. D. Clarke's desk was covered '
.. YM fMMaI months ." wrote Caldwell. scores of bills. The room was 'with a similar array. One of his That's exactly what you get when you buy a new 1947 Chevrolet-the oa/y car r
optimism "There Is little likelihood that filled with the Bun of their
Ire -LIee'a another any part ef the funds appropriated voices: messages advised him that House giving BIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST COST-as is shown by the following facts:
many Bill 112'1a an attempt to regu-
wMrf W '
former under this act can be -Be it enacted by the Legislature late termites." It wasn't exactly
cf expended during the coming bi- 1 of the State of Florida license termite
Radioed ll a&msoa that though it did
e.w.tl1. ho' enniura." I This act will take effect immedi- exterminators. You gt tile LtCs *.** at ttsttr i War

Mrs bred a' the JUl. Caldwell wryly observed."That's : ately upon becoming a law many House and You get the Big-Car comfort of the Body xKaaHydrauRc .... PeMr..-...
M Meanwhile
I going to be a pretty All laws and parts of laws in conflict Unitized Knee-Adion Gliding Kd -
tfrtsi ....... b ..
; Senate attaches were as busy as
be .....d reef sfstud __ familiar refrain. ed. .herewith." are hereby repeal if the Legislature atm were in only in Chevrolet and higher- roletIf sed. etlat_ atOLDSMOBRE ". -

I No one had got around to clearing fall swing. Clerical work en can-and you get ft at sub I Wi. r lefrfifiatw ..rat
House and Senate rostrums. hundreds .f bills remains to be savings in purchase price oper
Laid Normal
Citrus Problems to ,The desk from which House handled. and upkeep!
'' Speaker Thomas Beasley presidedfor I The final House and Senate Pfound

Conditions 60 days was littered with notes Journals--the ones which record "
Change to Peacetime sent op to him. bits of paper with, : adjournment day proceedings! I c _
bill numbers scrawled across them still are to be completed.
TAP) Florida's 1946-47 citrus crop "was old calendars and a copy of the'I 1 They offer the last chance for ,
IJtifD r I
foods to experience the switch House rules. making corrections of any errors II I .

......, ,tw first. STbuver'Vmarket or the transition from One note suggested: "Tom. we appearing In the 118 preceding i

M" a ..Pll.. competitive should have some poetry from journals and must be letter per- Be wise! Keep present car in sound running condition.
LJLus back'to highly your
war years Morgan Ingraham. The message l feet They wont be distributed for

1M **" M". .. _.IaIAl. .. prewar conditions" said H. F. Willson, apparently, was heeded for Rep. (' several weeks. Regular journals i Bring it to us for a summer tune-up and for skilled, dependable t ty
1f/Mrta .... -' -- Ingraham of De Soto County, l come out as promptly as.newspa- '
.. .... .f tbt ri bfR. account of the known as the Pat Laureate of | pers the day after the proceedingsthey I service at regular intervals. Come in- odayfNEW '" --
1 r. necessity on '
... OInt. to !
.... ... due .
..... the House delivered verses of his record.Iflt'sBoughtOnTime i ireIioUt
eta 11nIaaN ...,en.d yturdfke I consistent advance in the cost of ... ... ..4"ir Nr.a spy

.. aspy I living. but also because it was el s v.IM ..... t 4 .. tare

........ ..bsts.....u. llif., I possible the many with competitive: the ample commodities supplIesof OJ r II tone eslee'bed, prM. tip "

....,..., Iraoh hoMes tatoo.. to again "pick and chow.: CHEVROLET 'tit WcW.a4 e.e-- AreI i
... ..._ I I far 1947 .. Ire
thtW. I Ieeeer ...... -Florida's citrus pri .Ica osdy w ao pa .. .
t4tt .1eft+ [[eras r'short Cf the pre-season expectations .

particularly since produc- I

<.mre ypn .tata"4 Pram I tion and marketing expenses In addition were to We Finance It! w '
I,tbOU'A at an all-time i ., i
boo...M prospective record crop the season 4
: M ( a with unseasonable' UstollMeit IOM Dept -4rh Floor '
1 r ... opened CHEVROLET CiI
bO'I r.1 leather,both at shipping point and THE'FIRST NATIONAL BANK,AT ORLANDO r rI .

[ Ill[ ".. ,M" or [[ consuming centers and a heavy Capital' aid Surplus 0.. MtKoa Dollars

t .*...** .. Mft 1 e.m*ortr aiwl*aZaS3fV goal' 'carn'Juices.! "over of costly; canned citrus I YDmEa 7IDZLL ecrosir: IXKIX KCX coaroaATMHi 115 W. CENTRAL :*- TKO 9mm

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t.a.kw itttthtl'l.6t iar called ihe dog racing lobby the most cor- ;;THE ,PUBLIC THOUGHT

FLORIDA rupt in Tallahassee.. SEAMEN/ ei
Here are a pair of serious accusations Cracker Jim Gets in. Trouble
: arariae !{*.1'ati D.,. rfttftft of Jgy, tabor :
8*. ... elntsrasef ftXttMMtar Co. which should be investigated and clearedup

..... .t.p*.., 1M.) *t d iouU Ora&st A.... at once.Florida. I By JOHN BR-ANSCOMB. \About: Eating Habits up North

.......,...,..eraar....... .w. at tile .... Office at "For what is so rare as a day in June?" June business choosing a llfe-parher. It's better i ,
1M .
Nseu "ucla s4 1m. Accident I is the month of graduations and weddings. It's the to say no before marriage than Reno after mar- :Editor.The Sunday Sentinel-Star:

,. q ";' ;;;;;;.It1 s Rates Soaring i time when young m n', fancies .lightly turn' to riage.. This is in reply to Cracker
i tw4. 0.tp tor Ji rw Yr. IF GAS RATIONING accomplished noth- !, thoughts of love, and sweet ;young things-are suc- We need a. reformation in this lovely State of Jim's comments in the June 4

r..... tyisaa.. P.s..s Mwat IMC.EMTWIM DVICTW ing else, it cut down the. toll of accidents i cessful in' convincing a young chap that two can ours. It has become a haven for "Quickies" in divorces Sentinel I would like to straightenhim

ttrt ....... 6aa to.. M. ..c. T UMMC,Awr. DM.IMWT on Florida's highways. i!I. lives as cheaply as one. There are more.weddings in and has attracted thousands of people from out on his facts about Yankee

I e &s. tba ace. t W AL-. Cuss Mesa With rationing off and more cars than I June thAn any other month. Don't ask me why all .over the land who come with the specific pur- {i,strawberry short cake., been

.', ..... ...... HfMttf Cassias i, SK. Tius. ever rolling from one end of our State to : that so I'm just a preacher..Consult'the bride: or pose of dissolving marriage and breaking up homes. ,' I doubt if Mason-Dixon he has ever Line,
--rt KM****, C* ..**. I, T M.w. t...*. h. like perhaps the bridegroom or maybe the. bridal con- Divorces .are so easily obtained in Florida that it' north of, the been he surely
the other the accident rate is !if he had
>. ft** Cc !.*.*. Cwu Mt u.. fins Strr.THOIGBTS rising i| sultant who has aU of the answers. has almost reached the point where marriage bconsidered" because we have been
w ?- a wife's blood pressure when hubby stays June rhymes with- and and, for divorce. Being a would know that
1ee .......... tines moon. soon croon sufficient grounds eating biscuit cake long beforeit
her e.wr gr of out too late. and loon. preacher, a home lover a firm believef: in permanent -: ever was thought of down here.
lit i ta =s.awae There were 2582 more accidents, 2114 j Maybe that has something to do with it. Any marriage,a champion of the cause of kids who As matter of t. the only
II fIIpe am saeaaeq more persons injured and 95 more people i how lye had four since June began and there are 'deserve to have both parents in the home I wish things you have crown here that*

.......... .... e Jellied on Florida highways in 1948 than in I more ahead. And there's nothing. Fd rather do than it v.rv nnKsthl- *-! for- mn to rfonn a Miracle that vf Yankees do not have are black {r-, . .
: "
: '*\ raw
+ ... I-N er-es.tat marry people, particularly when they'are genuinely'in ;m' put'a-stop to this frightfully high divorce: rate eyed peu--aIid grits, and I don't I tam uf
1945.These love have reached that stage where they suffer which has gripped America in its.clutches. 'think much of those anyway @tat save tots' ., '. 41pr
.aI T: JvNi 1, iin are appalling gures. agony when they are separated and are on the Of course you knew that America: leads the i I doubt if ;you will print this .,... o s h. .. owl

Remember, you may be I the next accident verge: of temporary insanity until the parson gives world. But miracles won't cure this problem. It'. ,, but I' do hope you win at least ft ......s I.. seipripee t

trlDAY"a victim. his blessings and sends them down the flower strewn. going to take love and common sense and.patienceand .show do hate it to to think Cracker of Jim any one u I roiat sure 1&fI4iI& liana ..nn-M4 ... -.
Bst 9fc*.* Molt ..... to found and where r-r pathway with' wedding bells ringing their ears. a return to the sanctities. of life. .. .
along very long being as ignorantas lbaK ditto t. 11M :twV I- I ...
sto ltd M B4nua4mxt Job 2112. THE ..MERRY-GO-ROUND I'm not Cupid but I have shot a lot of darts at One example is worth a thousand arguments. i'I he must. be. i .
iy .
ho" i
young folk's hearts, because I'm all for this marry- We all deplore the fact that divorces have increased A YANKEE. gwMiseri .. .P.....
Mi II aafr tarred ta tnrth-Ooethe.Wttch ing business. Its the sweetest relationship in life. to tragic proportions in our beloved country but I! tlffen them folks would wit '" t 1 ".

.._. .. Solons Homesick! ; That's why.I sometimes wonder ..by.old bachelors much talk and a lot of juggling of statistics will'some ,ham-gravy on them grits.:.at ,: .- :- I. ...

hue immunized themselves against marriage. not be efficacious and curative. The negative ap- :some side-meat with them pea

Out for Poison Iry Black Ir DREW PEARSON t I Someone in the Amen Comer defined an old bachelor proach doesn't prove effective. We must try the : they'd shore have the fittenett RtRfO ":

Wfov WASHINGTON-It's Summer in Washingtonand affirmative, the positive approach to the problem. :,' eatin in the world. JhIf" =
Spider Rocky Mountain Fever I the air is heavy: with politics. Congress chugs Magnify the beauty of a good home. Concentrate'j|'I. CRACKER JIM (oll .:: M .

along faster as the humidity'settles over the Poto- the that know where and Ild., -.t....,
on cases man
you a
>> THE MM says Henry Lee in /. L Newell Makes Apologyfor III a ......... uairr t,. fa
want to home and do in'the of
j mac. Congressmen .get some woman united bonds holy matrimony,
Matlai $atd*4nt. the unwary vaca- pulse-checkrng. Reports filtering in from across love each other in a way that they do not desireto Parking Meter Blast was lwtd Ttdt b 'sate. .
rarA dint. .
A was 8M
= is the amazingly the nation disturb them . There's dissatisfaction love anybody else, and devote their time, talent Editor The Sunday Sentinel-Star ....... ....A w'E
e..Ht.aurd about housing foreign policy, taxes and school: and things to the great task of creating an atmos- If I hurt anyone's feelings to ., .) .f4 I.*

+ terms and aliases, teachers' salaries. phere in which their children: and the neighbors' what- said about the parking" k ant l$1 ?W ..........
..,.. d trMsi at polVon vine, markweed, The PAC which wa considered stone-cold- children will find It easy to be good and to love meter vote I am sorry. prat.....,."'-:1': ,...

.--*.. -.., fittftury' picry and dead half a year ago has just: won some impressive the beautiful. I do not believe that a tot of will eater.rP 4S14 Is
.. poison I" victories ..#.Then there's Harold While sitting one day .in the Amen Corner in the people who voted against the ettnM ia...r' 'r.r ..*r>JMi

.. : Stassen and Henry Wallace draw-I a pensive and philosophical mood, a fine young parking meters for Orlando have ,......0 h ea evert
nuswe. hear of the
mere about poisonM4 a study parking -con- rah I. .torso
ri ing crowds so big they have to woman with a splendid husband and two lovely ...
sire '" tfe Ivy. but it's all thefunlr. '' ditIons in the business district of .H t11..
passen 'call out police tc hold children in and '
reserves slipped my pew we talked of home the city. I am sure the Police Department aM I oar arrnr r ;
el .w1 h4efc breeds rapidly them back. No wonder Congress I and family and the good things of life. She' said will tell you that in tbt tow tits twa.r. w l'

M lit pfgt4ri from Mexico to wants to get back home and see' to me. "I'm gloriously In IO"etth my husband." Winter season about 15 to 20 percent IoM w env -=
|what all this of the whL f
means. 1 l parking spaces are
3n And then she said something that was one of. ..
.*, Gen. Marshall of America's. I --; -- "
a jpiae va.atfefiist boasts of im- | one '
the sweetest
I heard
compliments about
b I as "a man who will never take yes for '
.... Ivy and stacs victories most honored soldiers, put his lifelong I an :
: answEr the male of the species: 1 feel sorry for thereat WASHINGTON TREADMILL

Fh .... aw+l+ret whit it. >Experts tell us walked'prestige Into on the the State line when Depart-he I' And another, mourner seated way back In the of the women of the world that they can't be '

.. ..... t.i reaard eases of success- ment. the Corner'chimed In. saying "And an old maid is a> married to my husband. He's s. good to live j!
Right is I
; 'I ui-i.. I* Hie stuff fer 25 years be- about three to now one against score Mar woman who knows all the answers but nobody with" Utll,'Amen, Sister: i Australian Action '6,...""""

f 111. to IMS I MIll took effect. ever asks her any questions. I wish that I
shall-though the odds were I might prove myself worthy of I
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.. safest aei. Is ta treat the poison stacKea against him before he en- If I had anything to do with it, Td make it more such a statement from the little lady. to whom I Tin Supply of Florida, 'CalWlarl

... .#..**| detail. apparent immunity. I' Pearson tered the game . Truth is. I difficult to get married and a lot more difficult to owe more than I will ever be able to.pay. ?
Marshall's a tired man, lives in a secluded mansion get a divorce. If people were a little more discriminating Perhaps one 9f the best panaceas for home troubles FUNK VtMltMH '
> -. wN WI I yu that a stiff case of belonging to former Assistant Secretary of State before reaching decisions to get married Is for us men folk to let the wives have our TO'rtrr',* no rA.'-)-" -.. B

tltR, pqn I awl put a fellow in bed for Nelson Rockefeller, needs all the rest he can get .. the result would be revolutionary the divorce way. And you young swains that are contemplating Florida citrus growers and Wvominf I"'" rsae

.... Mrs. Marshall puts even more restrictions on him mill. Many a young girl has discovered that mitrmony,let me suggest to you that ;you investigate seemingly follow utterly dissimilar acrwvltvt-" ........ .
i i than she did during the crowded war years, but it the man who was her ideal before marriage provedto your intendeds religion before you allow her : but lopk what's happened:
f doesn't work be her ordeal afterwards. The time to vouchsafea to become boss. All of wen '.
MftfQN IVY family! dons disguises out. e your us might u admit ,
; 11 Mt The Secretary sleeps poorly. In addition Mrs.AfarsAaU's long and permanent marriage is a couple of yearbefore that the wives are the bosses. Any man who claims: I In a laudable effecttd preOejT t th* oh.r.... 5 t

: .46 to Canada own health is bad. the wedding. It's not necessary to do your he's boss In his home will lie about other things, .[especially .those engaged<< i IB growing r.-.i| ,ft..>ai .. Te.bMtor f
Is M c4d saw fer identification of courting,, for that long time, but I booming livestock market. Sen '< ....
Washington climate aggravates her sinuses and every courting is too. But since our wives do become the real bosses.
i ****sMf Igafi says leaves three, leave it she suffers from a nervous condition. Worn and' a lot of fun. and it gives excellent opportunity to it is important that they have character character I Robertson recently framed a .*..1.1I .; + rutirrra< ; ,

J Ml, sit (sW ttNitres of the various forms of I weary after many years of public service, Marshall I{ find out about personalities, eccentricities: mental that is based on religious principles.If I i 1 I bill. Later the House amended' the ,'M tnatd atrteet.rt rt +M sit
which in weuW.boost
: (Bjaasj nr always are divided into three I Is attempting to prop up the State Department I I II twists, jealousies and a lot of other. things that can our homes are going to endure, if our chil-;.measure the ad valorem effect taper .=: ..: rJ-

fclBiti .Maallr Batched and indented, with old friends from the War Department. But I prove mighty hard to.live with. It s a conviction of dren are going to become something more than duties from 34 to 40 per cent It t ,i.' .. ,' :.
Wtf jitsan tit the leaves is contained in there's a bIg difference between war and peace I mine that s couple ought to have &-lot of things kids who fail in the old category of delinquents I was an innocent appearing MB'' tA.. .. Illustr f. her
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f r Mp and it ts a close relative to Two countries worry Marshall most-Italy and I in common before they get married. Love to stay if our nation 15 i to escape the atomic scrap heap and slipped through both chambers ..:eaiMrItAUrarfs tearaarx isei -t
tt France.. Both may fall Into Russia's hands unless 'i at home; share a common devotion for babies; have we've got to establish some more homes millions with little dispute but in
44 sets chemical I.I
up a Fei i the U. S. comes through with a large-ccale eco-' a' great devotion for the Church. Only one out of of them, that are based on the love of a man for varying forms. I t.allblproil '
***taet with the skin and s 0 Meanwhile the Intemattoetl irn WtU 'set M
causes marriages that develop ,
nOJ! c-ald in around the Church ends and for :
program the next four months .", a woman a woman a man. who stood before -
BBBi forth J' But Marshall has already told Congress he won't'' in divorce. The way it's going now, one out of three the altar of the Living God and said to each I'((Trade Organization was in process I aoawtur rte. his j

ft* Pattit Health Service tells us I ask for anything else Until next'year. It might cost ;:'' marriages that do not take religion seriously will other in deep sincerity: in sickness and in land.of. negotiation. Eighteen at world Geneva.trading Switzer na- acts swifUv *.1 .* to __

...I a H ,.* real luUa of tannic acid twice-as much to do it then however. I end. in separation. Alarming! health to love and to cherish until death us do ('tions' were foregathering to restore j ji fir hewn*** a...
.h' We ought to get over in the Amen Corner and part .. sac
ia alcohol, applied vigorously: j I do i international commerce A oeilat- derket Ie u _
4h'! .. n>. aff the Up of the blisters is Secretary of Commerce Harriman also has a thinklngand praying about this sacred -AMEN. ;era! group, called the :World 'amt s.srn o plloC'lI:. stem..

tr..."'.... It should be repeated headaches. One of his aides,Robert Weidenham- I Committee, was meeting too. TIle MKSI rtfata i 1..... 1
tIJii, 'mer, prepaied.a-long study of the steer industry !IndicatlIig.neeti CRACKER POLITICSSimpson tin outfit apportions world supplies i i ii
'*f tarts Units at six hour Intervals. : ". I of tin and has been
pig {
f for. xpansion of steel-producing more (ti Psiaw ,
-> .if rtm dies inclade a 10 per cent facilities.. Harriman :tried to'get a copy was told i than generous to the United State*, j f fI ':'::7I
al raatagraphcrs* "hypo" solution there were none available since all reprints had I Australia 'Was a member and had : t\\

fi Muphate! ] applied as a wet teen sent to the steel industry for their comments. Most Valuable Solon given ground to American pleas rlas/fflaa re ltMrhell :":t
Not since the Hoover Administration has the for more tin.AustraliA. att'Mp la ***** .UA
applications of baking soda also expert wt- .4f*
tH. Government kowtowed like that to big business :. If ALLEN MORRIS her chief contribution (. international .? 'iliisssiiiim.ia :t
N calamine lotion in the and Speaker Beasley as their "most valuable" colleagues Jwlje UMS ,
titaea and the addition of 2 per) cent Harriman recently visited California, talked to his [tOur: Tolonossee Correspondent) while Senators ranked Shands as top man i i iwith I trade. When news'of ...at ,.f *,i .* IIi" t
predecessor Henry Wallace, then reported back to AU.AHASSEEThe soft-talking 'Gentleman the wool bill's passage reached All di..eruwe aaltat-.I Is
la the lotion relieve Senators Wallace E. Sturgis of Ocala, and I .
\ to itching. the White House that the Truman Doctrine has' from Jefferson Geneva, Australia out f
former Speaker Richard H. Simpson I i walked fawntMr osMafM*)* Septa sae Mardor.
.#.. **** call doctor. varied public Raymond Sheldon of Tampa, tying for runnerup. j the Tin Committee.
your support Harriman feels the best again has been voted in the Cracker Politics II eta hen tAW ,.
the U. S. The legislators also were asked to rant membersof i I Honda canners of citrus: fruit ...
can hope.for out of Europe is a form poll as the "most valuable" member of the floe Dpsartasst hr ... rr
OUfft SOUTHLAND, .e have a vicious of moderate socialism. Free enterprise is dead lature. Legis- the House other than the one In which they J*enter the market late in the year ..... asrd Adalniu laia dt3nrb .. .
II served. ,for their supplies of tin plate. H Cora oral. II t rld
from the English Channel to Siberia, he ,
.Ml Muted the Black Widow spider. I says. Rep. Simpson a Monticello nurseryman, overwhelmingly While the Senators, like the House members In the tin allocations are upset b? moans r. dtaa
Wfe vamtat is. a half-inch long and coal Minor was chosen by members of both the rating their colleagues, gave votes overwhelmingly the Australian walkout the ettnM '11th Rouse J.ioral p A- I
Mysteries did
: Why the War
I a red hour glass on her under I i install telephones the washrooms Department of House and Senate, in secret ballot, as 1947 to .Simpson, the Representatives diiagreed corny 'canners and the tomato casern. .....L.WIll, 11IM t.. e
premier legislator, thereby repeating his whose peak production occurs' late tee euA5SUyttM
I State Department building? What happened the 1945 session. triumphof pletely with the Senate's estimate of its own men !: in the Summer, may hare (.
Pike rf year disturb her.you to Ohio Congressman Clarence Brown's threat to I Rep. C. Farris Bryant. 32-year-old picking Sen LeRoy Collins of Tallahassee, Pres. scramble for their tin plate N0assstl r. tyre

might not notice the bite open each session of the 80th Congress "with a and former naval officer was adjudged Ocala the lawyer .Clarke of MonUcello. and.Sen. Henry S. Barnald.1 I 7%,.. a .. tort
M "*n the aearound the bite prayer and close with a probe?" termer who gave the most promise of of St. Petersburg, with Collins finishing The better guessers around the tot stir rvFa.awu ..
t.leu will have Lower Prices: : President's Council of Economic becoming an vote ahead of Clarke and Baynard. tied for second ;'Federal!Power Commission ,bellow a r.strh ..tstai T'"
UJ? severe pains, Advisers continues to be worried about the ap- outstanding legislator in future sessions place. 'i that the FPC cannot riot{ .* d _ss. ..;. ttart-up .
ffi4ting. difficult breathing, proaching economic storm. There Marlon County was declared to have the "most 'southeastern natural gas-docke" Ow ... 11rt1. ee
tt1li aUon and persistent hie- storm warnings, especially the slowdown are plenty of effective" county delegation of those having two For overlooked public service the category in j, much before Oct. 1. with sosfe Mr-5f... e4 tbi
on residential seats in the House, while PineUas County was which: Polk's Murray again finished first. Representatives conservatives setting even Ut tbmtics. a IW Wysopla w ... ": ;
and non-residential construction .
Tru- picked from those with Neil C. McMullen of Tampa, and dates. .. ar t* aa6 '
Hiete unpleasantnesses among three seats in the a
are) over man seems to be keeping his fingers crossed, hoping House. Russell O. Morrow, of West Palm Beach, were The July docket .b fall To pec Tbf Or.*iMMM
0 lift and the victim recovers In'S things will come out all right Congressional tied for the next position. i' mit Commission examiners t* I* rarer rtort -
.... fcirt sometimes the victim dies. slash of appropriations for farm-support program Rep. Perry E. Murray. Frostproof lawyer-citrus far clean up their work, ..new ca e* Mw MB. h H* Aral. : "
Mt M ...aMti. Call your doctor at convinces economic advisers that fanners face grower and the 1949 Speaker-designate, repeated Those who voted Murray Mid in many instances will be scheduled for Aanut *" now n. **. *iM
trouble his 1945 victory in the category of "which they did so because of his labors before and of
.. around harvest time Economic Council's legislator much September. After tka BMtt aM 4rtr* *
toughest opponent is Sec. of the Treasury Snyder 'I performed valuable public service but has not received during the,session in the interest cf Constitutional the field is open. pre MMuffc to

who opposes "too much planning" Council's ; press recognition [perhaps because his work revision. McMullen did a grand job as chairman of In conformity with an tat theM ....Is s r I
L- AM THE l list of common mishaps strongest White House advocate is Presidential was done largely in committee)}J" the Important committee on Education "A" while ;notice, the United Gas 1:6rp. F 4 tlit fto** .t.. :; ,

...... whkh could happen to you general counsel dark Clifford who believes a "stitchin : Cracker Politics, on behalf of The Sunday Sen* Morrow topped his labors as chairman of Judiciary Shreveport has formed.q. feted Uwi Moue e.'.Ms
__lion I is the problem of Rocky time can save nine. tinel-Star polls the lawmakers at the end of ach "A" with a_splendid performance as presiding officer *I'*r*+ + -- '

i::; iis4tM fever now a nationwide I session to determine first of all those who have when the House resolved itself in a Committeeof THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON

Quiet but significant is the drive behind-the- : served the State uncommonly well in the informed the Whole to consider bribery charges againsta i

hi Ecenes in GOP circles to block Gov. judgment of their colleagues.To member. I ,
t 1ft SnHfv; and Summer when Dewey at the I

... i kern i Winter naps. next Republican convention. I{I torious these, go plaques and certificates for meri poll Long-deserved to the Chief Clerk recognition of the came House through the Kings of Ju
itlrtltl The anti-Dewey coalition is almost unorganizedand public service, presented by Cracker Politics Mrs. Lunar ab11usfratel! ,,.
|twr to 12 days after an infected spontaneous, but it's growing. The man doing as deputy for the legislators who make this Bledsoe, who finished but a few votes behind thecleansweeping ,

_l .... ,...a fever' may appear accom- most to cut into Dewey s chances is Minnesota's poll possible by marking and mailing ballots. To Simpson in response ,iojthl. *. ques-- .I Tale

.PMptf. iff .... severe headache restless-' shrewd ex-Gov Harold 'Stassen. the only man-with I those legislators the thanks again of Cracker tlbn. : i ofEvil and Good O/fcptte ;

Then, three or four days guts enough to campaign openly. The Stassen ,; Politics for helping find the men who deserve pub- "What person legislator or otherwise,-contributed ,
spots may inroad over the strategy is based"on this: l lic recognition and appreciation. most in your judgment. the functioning.. f i, WIScripture'II ( t: ._ R* t t

i"'IJL.IIJ'I'I\N.The patient suffers head pains While he has no hope of buttoning up mouth I These awards as Cracker: Politics stated in your house of the Legislature as an efficient-.agency kfnKiTtf:I? IIat 14, II
delirious. He is a sick candidates to win on the first ballot himself he 1945, were established not to disparate others but worthy of public trust and confidence One of th4| mysteries ofjfk* 'I *** f-.rf ***.
feels that if he can deadlock the convention for to>cheer on the lawmakers judged by their fellows Speaker Beasley was third in that,category, sometimes have evil son;. UYrev.r It M i *I***aw. MBsl
4 to have labored intelligently faithfully while the Secretary of the Senate. R. W. Davis 'fact that sometimes
several diligently errs ,
% ballots he has a chance to bring home tiM have v*' ***** tmHS
iwor clothes for ticks. Check your and skillfully In the people's likewise received a gratifying number of .
the bacon. interest. votes Both facts
stnklMar '
are liutr.ts.d
<" >- "....*...'" ..
tfeks Don't Mrs. Bledsoe and Davis voters
squeeze ticks with Therefore, Stassen forces are concentrating on Top awards will be presented later at ceremonies the said. .served the- kings of Judah who fc -- -
... *ff, for the blood may be Infected. winning "second choice support. This has been attended by high-ranking' State officials the people wen in positions demanding the'utmost' 'I after Hezekiah. HevkUfe 4T "Ii ; t 4 4e..r

.p ttletPtten 6t. piece of paoer Paint any done by quietly encouraging numerous "favorite The Simpson presentation at Monticello after in efficiency and integrity but illy compensated in have seen, was a relatively jso e fun t. ae ore arat 11

antiseptic: wash your hands, son" candidates. ,. i! the last session saw present U. S. Sen.Spessard L. dollars. 'I king, and his long reign wa*. 11'" ..e };
Back of Simpson In the "best marked by safety, and i
rime them in alcohol. SUssenltes estimate that favorite-son ballots Holland, Gov. Millard F. politician" group prosper .
i Caldwell, Senate Pres. i j. paasl ia it
with that defined Included .o? I
as meaning the legislator was the remarkable
J- appear call a doctor. He win take close to 400 ,votes away from Dewey..The i Walter W. Rose and President-designate S. D.' excelled in persuading others to see proposed laws liverance when the hosts,, .J ...sq. -----I .

a new serum recently de- Taft forces with control of Southern delegations. Clarke, Speaker-designate Thomas D. Beasley. four at he did through person-to-person salesmanship Assyria were destroyed and _. ., ,
h is the also have at least 250 firat-ballot votes. This members of the State"Cabinet ed back by the plague ( "'
I and
only specific treat- many another was Rep. C. L. Clark of Blountstown.. In a three-
means according to Stassen I Is E.
optimists that their
Dewey sr+asapia
tltiislf it iota disease will fan at least 100 votes short of the 547 delegates dignitary who had traveled a long way to attend. way tie for third plate here'were Representatives overwhelm camp Judah as they wc.n..' H. Ma.1111 i
Lakeland was the scene of a similar ceremony when C. H. Bourke Floyd of Apalachicoli.; WT'I
needed on the first ballot. Speaker. But the t ......
Tta Rtcing LMy Under Fire Presidential hopefuls are convinced that if the Polk County delegation was cited. Beasley and Charles A. Lucde, of JackjontlHe.Most 'I of that deliverance impressive"were tofiBMM 1COtI1.. ..... des,.. ... .

A flRST YEAR man's impressions of the Dewey fails on the first ballot his strength-win Simpson Speaker of the 1943 House, .ran ahead' legislators thought, Simpson.? met;, the i gotten in the long reign of H.iklah's I tti4epi... M..
drop consistently thereafter, leaving the field wide of the field of 38 Senators and 95 Representativesin brightest political future of anv-outside the Legislature son.Ma"naseh, who at11 a .
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legislature always are interest- I the following -either, as a candidate for..Governor,or Commissioner j' corrupt and evil weslailp
open. Right now, according to inside GOPsters the 1, categories of the Cracker Politics ,* Is ,...
! eectally in the of Alex of Agriculture. Rep. Janje Y. a .iatr
A so case following delegations win come to Philadelphiawith I poll* Wilson, 'f It t ts recorded tklf toil. .
** a
fl Jf, the !lone Republican in Tallarmta favorite-son candidates. I "Most Lake City fust-termer was most: often;mentioned I '
member of the Legislature. f'nI.7. shed Innocent lH. |+ ib -ht..e. dhetelasr
next to uU&
California-Warren. 53 votes Simpson in citeg&y. 'His supporters I that he lG ..... '
t f ; Ohio Taft. 53. "Most valuable member of your house." [Representatives sought t* t v ..
him I
A say* "unless the racine boys votes; Indiana-HaDeck, 29 votes; Massachusetts I ISaltonstaU. i voting "Most valuable member of the other saw Speaker 'Beasleyalso'had u Congressmaaffral: : the Second District i and destroy the rtllxiw .! aha'" ae.lalea .. ..
i alter 35 votes; Pennsylvania Martin. 73 .support; as Congressman Israel area. awannael.ra *
E tMr backyard there will be -
wit a house "ISenator *
voting "The
who from the
person contributed Thinf Dj trfctu .:
I! g .
r votes: Michigan-Vandenberg. 41 votes Illinois r He ia .ladeawlaarrt ... .
; > set altars and "
tf*--ff m.*em.ot t !t. ban racing in Florida most to public trust and up pmucM
in the to
'I. Gov. Green 59 votes; New York-Dewey, 97 votes; Members of the"nos|{ enectfye" Marion delegation i of idolatry and turned to alt otpp .
0 *? years from pew. II Legislature "The legislator with the a"w tyro Dear iiet
Oregon Morse, 15 votes Minnesota i most success- gtnrfW Rep. methods of '
; -Stassen. 25 are Sen._ Bryant and Rep. sorcery and aboaatea .
cw.t.w,, .
n. Rt publlct n reports that racing ful political future outside Legislature. yr, "'-
I the ... "The C. C. Manfc] Camp ;rise,.< f Ocala, and of the ble practice. His son An *. 54 We t
let t ..11d. were arrogant, overly powerful, votes.The Taft forces Informally claim 165 South- best politician in the Legislature,:t.. most effectlve" P ejai' delegation Sen. Bay proved no better. becoming ta ins .*..Sert'sO'eei' .

1L1..1. and ctmtinuously throwing ern votes plus Nebraska's 15 and Ohio's 53 on Runnerup to Simpson ss the "most valuable, nard, Representative<_Sehah and Clement and at the Age of 22 but he r$.... rawsy self 11 t

! Hut? wtifht around among the lawmakers; the first ballot. member of the Legislature". were Speaker Thomas Rep. James A.::Mtdure Vr, of SL Petersburg. for servants only two conspired years when M* *.* ::

! **Ktytarotied a preat deal of resent- All this adds up to a red-hot siege of backstage' D. Beasley. of DeFuniak Springs, and Sen. W. A. Back of Marion in the two-member categorywere and slew him. against HIM

nMMt amen* the members." he tells. finagling next Fall and, Winter by Republican Shands of Gainesville Leon and Palm Beach Counties, while Pinellas I Then came the good tan af >

{fet t., of the complaints against James hopefuls also] to aredhot Republican'conven- Second to Bryant as the most promising first- was trailed by Dade and Polk. Leon and Polk were bad father The coraptraMn nlit

01 Si Petersburg the lobbyist whiii o tion next Summer in Philadelphia. teenier was Rep. Charles J. fkhoh Jr. of St. the 1945 winners. 'While the categories were divi against Amon were thenmin
t ,
Note-Stassen forces are out to do JL "Winkle." Petersburg while Rep. George Tapper of t Port .-ded by the numbcrof House members A delega slain by those who took J..

., tift' track interests, Akerman'srarrie will enter State primary f1&hts-nen, in Ohio- .St. Joe, was a single vote back of Schuh. tion was regarded as Including the Senator,and the Amon's son. then a boy of I.. ....

fitf"t,. a lot of weight. hoping to show popular strength wherever possible. Next to Simpson, members of the House re- "effectiveness" was based upon their performance made him king He ruled .,.. >1

writs Shepperd of St. Augustine The odds however, still: favor.Dewey. |. garded Rep. Archie. clement, of Tarpon Springs as& team both on local and State legislation. been for 31 under years and he tact MM +ht/aaasl ..... = ;

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41-Jr\ ". Edwin, Pounds Recent Sinuns, and K l, L. Andrews of .... ----' :,,.,'- ------ Orlando, Florida, June 8, 1947 irbf &nnM* &rnttnrl-!tar .
I Orlo Vista. MisiNellie OTieil. theMines. ---- .., ""'

DrldC' Honored D. Alexpder. Hugh Carrap' lege. Bristol Va., and is now attending I Tavares folks attending pmrrnto .fa* Ws i*sklMa s

,. at Tea 1 Irene Ciroll. and Clem Airs. Conner, Summer school at Southern | day at Camp McQuarrte Induced .t ... A.T .
.... I Clem Brown. a2 of Orlando Gor-
Lakeland. i
'tow' College. Adams ).If.i
P. Mr. and Mrs.
-- II n d a. Franklin Capplem t don Watson orF3otha, the Mmes. ''x >FNvk i 1 i 1.11I.
$1wN .. MI1&I Ne I Recent Bride Mrs. Tommy Parker is attending and Mrs. Frank J Banning
... Uw v. Griffith Mary Farnsworth: : Fred Maguire; Harold Maguire. Summer school at Atlanta. I I 1: R. E. Norris and Mrs J. P. HaIL e+M lalskR4

rF f Mis n,. n.,.. Ruu.q Pounds. Mahlon Wright Myrtle Minor,. arold Thornton. .. Mrs. Byron Jones and son. Nathan Mr. apd Mrs. William J. Rotm = : if
rod of .
.,.. PrtrU. Harry Honoredlr are attending the graduation
Miss T. Betty Fleming.
i ft >an" D.tey of Venice. is visiting Mr. I William Jr. from tt*
tj. ..... Vkk. loIn. lJ1 Cra : their son.
'\ .Hirt dlwla. Alb>r1 Cowtrt, Mrt Morgan wIty.Britt.Mrs. Eva, Sims OfT :Upshaw. J. Q. IERTHA WILLIAMS and Mrs.Joe Sapp. Dental College Emory UnivtrsHr.'Atlanta. k'lf -
..-.. &."."'" ., 11w Mmes. A. W. Ficouette. Stanford, E. L. Murray.. Claudia r [Spec of to "Hie Sunday Sent nil-Stor1 Mr. and Mrs. E.' B. Wann have'' +
$ St Oiorg Bus Flora OrUfin. BU- Rone. J. E. /ennes, Tell Minor Marion Spires returned to Jackson. Miss.. alter Mary Blanton. daughter of Mr :: u.
... ... MlWtg far 'et1S "- P. C. Peters Miss J. W. Reid, ff. H. Hurst. E. ,P. TAVARES-Mrs. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.T.W ey. and Mrs. Lane Btant n1IK.- I
--- ... star CaroIm P m, the Mmes. John ,Muire. Richfd Wheeler. M. c..1 entertained at her home in Eustis
... ...eassarprr 8ranlon. Own Joiner' Bennie Lou Deariso M.C Reeves. A.M. Clark.R. with a surprise shower honoring .
n..n Prase, 1 1a. I Laurie Conner of Tavares. a
... John Ostoich. Mrs.
.. r t Tom Cox. A. Kerr J Eo J. Kerr. Robert why
t......H. Wb..t1fthn...., and r Dam H. Brttt. Virginia Fowler. Bob Kerr, Belle grr J.Z.Eckles S.R. I I and recent'refreshments bride. Games served.were Guests playedI
Ps. .t t.. dEW t.lta, BIO Story, Charlie Irrgang Scott. H. B.Tlewelling Sr.. H. B. YI Charles H.
the Mmes.
........ sgra. LdaM .L Louis Hornt in. Hart Miller. Flewelling J.. W. N. Seegar J. M. included Walter Hawthorne, Nellie
FSaSik ilea, p, fttrtck MIDf'I.' J.true Mark A.Britt.Z. Brown.* J. Grafton Harry Shafer.F;L. Seeley P. J. New Smallwood.Cox. Hazel Frankovitch be

.,% Wart Brttt, Robert Lyons Gene The MmS- E. A. Newberg. Earl Charles Hawthorne and daughter.
Pt.taru and
Ms Cappieman Curtis Britt H. A. Youngbloo//, Nellie Moore L. H. Charlotte Warren Fraser
1 N., *M OtfMoa. Comer Nelson. Ruby Harper. J]J. Vandergrtff Hilda ._w daughters. Mary Florence and content
UTL Miss Margaret Eats all
Btane Ola Joyce
I! Jim Pounds Haggerty C. H. Pounds John
!ul Mrs, McAlofl JOHN DICKERSON of Mr Vida Caldwell
Hoytr Pounds Miss Nell Johnson. Minor E 8.Brown Misses Evelyn son Tarares. and Miss
tM Mmw, A. Valdez. D. Fleming Murray. Dorothy Flewelling and Mrs. W. A. Dickerson, and'Mrs. Mollie Alberson of Eus-
s 4K1w1.1 .
# T' aM. Jun Mobley. and Henry Britt Jr.. Kat.hryrt'Sims; Rowena and Lu- graduated Tuesday night from tis.Intermediates with
Dr.N of the BTU being
III t Winter Garden. cUe Mq;>aniel, Mary Argo. and
r.rt Th Mmes. B. L. Wills Harvey others. Lokcview. He is a major in the losers in a contest entertained -
4 =
r commercial subiects.. and will the Juniors with an outdoor
.1 enter business, ;with his father i' party and picnic supper at the any -
I Baptist Recreation: Bldg. About 30
young folks enjoyed the party
with their leaders Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Stltle I Frank J, Banning. Mr. and Mrs. piano
FLAT RATE PRICES Lloyd ,Harnage Mrs. C. H. Cox w mdG
and Mrs. Fred Babb.
Miss Shipes- Mrs. J. M. Gillespie assisted by OE
ONSERVICE Miss Edith Dole was hostess for when "ccHandseme
I the Congregational Church Club .
a Married I members at her home when they
I met for their monthly covered dish 'y'i"' .,,4 1slvisO' wled .
WORK [Spe-KjI to The Sunday Sent:nel-Star] supper business meeting and social. -
MT. DORA-Miss Ruth Shipes I Mrs. E. C. Hunter presidedand you but out'"r signs *f qvcfey. Utk III... ..... .

''I and Eugene Sutley were marriedat Mrs. W. W. Wilcox was in Inbuilt. quality. which_ *I.IM ftr rftlwI
ARE i an impressive ceremony last I charge of the program which cen-
i Sunday afternoon at the home of tered around the 47th wedding can own I onti ..fttthtfttvch. s.nWI.ret I ')' -
-- the brides parents. Chief of \ anniversary of the Rev. and Mrs. volume. The Inter' ttttv I... J.IM
FACTORY SET PRICESTHE Police and Mri. Richard O. Carl Stackman. Miss Jean Macdonald -
Shipes. The Rev. James H. Sutley gave a reading of original Peen .f pi.". buiUidf espai.ae t H
father of the bridegroom and pastor verses and David Treadway also a genuine building fine, plcnetl; S*. IAII *.|..4U**. '

LIFE OF YOUR CAR DEPENDSON! i performed of the First the teremony.Baptist Church Mrs. her recited.experiences Mrs. Stackman in Africa spoke and the on ...you'll not bt lotitfftd. wrfb eat *****

An 'inspection every 10,000 miles will prolorrj>( that life. Sutley' and members of the immediate Rev. Stackman also gave a talk.
family' were present. f Among those attending were the
the followit.btk.te
inspect adjust
a Rev. and Mrs. Carl Stackman, Mr.
The house was decorated with LESTER/1
and Mrs. Fred A. Hardee Mr. and
C.r ReDact Rear Springs Adjui Steering pink gladioli and white calla lilies. 'Mrs. C. C. McCracken. Mr.; and JJI. .
6*..t. TrMals' .4oa Clean and Reset Carb. Inspect Tie Rod Ends The bride wore a' dusty rose Mrs. Otto Neilsen Mr. and Mrs. :Y
e,.. dress._offset 'with a yoke of lace E. fJlctJ K'J1J
Tun. Engine Adju/t/ Brakes and 'I and lovely pearls which were a Leslie Hines. Mrs. C. Hunter
Allison McNeill. Mrs. H. H. Pick-
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1b.se. Difl r..tUl Tighten Body Inpect Lines gift of the groom. White acces- ett. Mrs Lillian Galliver. Mrs. L.
Or.**. Completely Serve Shocks r sories and a bouquet of white car- C. Cox. Miss Nellie Charlton. Mrs.C. .
..,.ck 8p*.dom0tr Inspect Lights and Inspect Generator nations completed her outfit.,She B.Treadway, Miss Mary Tread- .. \
Shapes her sister. Eudell Sutley Wilcox. Mrs. E. S. Burieigh Mrs. for only S{: '
brother of the bridegroom. was Ella Haskins. Mr. and Mrs. :?
$12.50 (Parts extra) best man. The young couple took a Charles McCurdy. Mrs. Cesson .
trip 'through; Florida on a honey- Finch. Miss Joan Macdonald. Miss < moon. They will make their homein Elizabeth Burieigh. Miss Catherine ; dew
.it'. Truck StnrUt Open S a. m. Monday to i p. m. Saturday Uncle Tom's' Cabin on their Finch. David Treadway. Miss : t-I'; II ,
return. Edith Dole and Mrs. Gilliespie. ., ,
Out-of-town guests were Mr. Baptist Sunday School Workers ba181108..
and Mrs. T. H. Cook and Mrs. held their monthly covered dish
Annie Shines Cook of Orlando. supper meeting when plans for the
I Com and Mrs.. W B. Lawrence of school, activities were discussed. easy terms
a I Winter Park and Mrs. R. W.Reichof Mrs. E. M. Tally is visiting Mr :
and Mrs_J. R. in Slier
Savannah. Ga. Tally City,
) Mrs. Julia Caruthers attendedthe
Leesburg Club
Rotary graduation in Titusville of her
I Hears Newspapermen I niece Fred Shepherd.and nephew. Dorothy and FLORIDA'S LARGEST RADIO AND APPLIANCE STIIESf

I I*')*! wit! to The Surds Ser' -l Start I Mr.and Mrs.John Mahaney and
CHEVROLET COMPANYWE I LEESBURG-Rotanans heard a son. of Vallejo. Calif., are visitingher
I discussion of newspaper operationthis parents Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Garr.
SELL WE SERVE '. WE SATISFY week from Emmett B. Peter Duckett. for several weeks. S.Lcrr.M.rctaln..
Jr. and Winston Pendleton Jr. I Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Fel'iUson'of .
UM Our Convenient Budge: Plan I Peter publisher 'of the Lake Orlando and Mrs. T. Parker were .
County Citizen discussed news- dinner guests of Mrs. W. J, Sims.
MS W. Central Are. Tel. 2-4441 ;'i gathering and preparation and The Fergusons were supper guestsof
Pendleton. editor of the Eustis Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blackmer.
vri Lake Region News,spoke on adver- ,: Miss Peggy.Ann Duncan has returned I
tlsin,. I home from Interment_. Col
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Giants Trade Young fo Reds for Joe Begg

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I 'Page, 8 {cfjf Suittag!J t!'!ttittttfl-0tar I-( Orlando, Florida, June 8, 1947j Pearl Diver

New York Seeks .
101 HAYES '" "' {\?: ':", ? :!': -'y--':: ''+ :- Locke Lloyd I

... Ilerct. created by the Tee-Wee Golf Tour-I Sanford-Orlando j i ,

+ --... Wtt tfct Spring continues to be manifested Cl. Tied 40-1 1 Outsider

.. 9; ..... Mound StrengthForWeak ,. Mangrum I ,

; \ t nUT...'*,**. I believe to say that the Pee-Wee Pari-muttelTake

........... more enthusiasm in golfing circles : For Golf Lead Wins at

-- .. .... 1*"* *.* **, 0r Untie IoU event-including the : Corps l LANDOVER. Md. UPI Sam Epson
...... If Pt.... ......... sad his cohort| at the British Amateur ;
... Snead. who started ywUrdafithird
I Off 24 Cent w40M oow..
w --... .. ,.,.,.......1 Golfer, official journal of. the NEW YORK tAP] The power- I Pej round In the $10.000 National The Deawa ....... _

-1 ...... A.... .1iI..." kit the iports desk this week. laden New York Giants seeking Capital Open with ft thm- ....... ... fru ---

-feltk* ,,..| tow a ......".pb made daring the tourney pitching strength to make their The parl-mutuel bdIe at San- stroke lead. went one over par .. with 8ntattl. _
*.M&** I..,I4 |B...rl llBtkr* tn-Ini.p with equally-small : surprise bid for the National League ford-Orlando Kennel tlub for the and relinquished flni place .. iurv. T1... $I5l .. .

.... *M .. .. ......reuwL pennant more effective yes- r 1946-47 dog racing seion was off Bobby Locke Lloyd Mangrum and 144..i pei olM -.

..... .. IU....t M a brttht *arttel -Half-Pints of the Fair- !terday traded hard-hitting Babe -. 24.48 per cent frompe record who were tied at ... ols- 1...... .
.... .... t ,Young to the Cincinnati Reds for S handle of $3.541.82Cr1nI the George Payton. .4e..d SMa4It.l.virh.....
t ttw
= : tournament in
gloving terms and uses stillat' 54 holes.
-- I veteran righthander Joe Beggs Si J 1945-46 racing season. According 203 strokes for I .jtlm
amid reports that another hot to reports released by th\ Florida I Mangrum shot a 68. six vader .1 ..
.1 .... Ftr-Wr* Golf Tournament an idea conceived :deal for hurling help was on the State Racing Commission; I par. to rocket out of the pwk. .:... -

tilt .f....rt, owner of iHifedrrad Country Club as a I! fire.The I Total pari-mutuel play for the Locke. South African UttM who .... dW "a' m
j t J1I .IIK.uI ..* 4 far rw ..&.", as an Interest-booster for golf, and Young-Beggs trade was an racing season that ended In mid.. had won four of his six tournament and S.fr .

fiI fIN, **...* pco.t1.s the city of Orlando could 'ever even swap with the Giants giving: April was $2,674,737. a \JropoWof on his U.s. tour took a *t : ..... .. -
.... *$2s0 II Iwssabk.a :,up a player who didn't fit in the : -- 1867.087 from the -previus sea and Payton.: 54-year-old unknown Slbd.

&.. t.* .*f k narted on next year's tournament. TimeS '''picture for very urgently needed i son. II i from Hampton. Va. carded a M. hosed. ftf .Wme .___
S f* MM* M rip* new to start lining up entries from al hurling support. The Reds: on the I Attendance at the LolfWoocf Payton missed a chance for tM Ilerech siteS $ai ....

-- .. ........ the toutii. or even the nation. other hand are almost certain to .! track reflected a drop o{iLlS undisputed lead when ht three m.t In full Hi ....
get the long distance hitting they ; per cent this year falliif off I putted the 18th green. N...... the 1 J7V II
for in Babe
M A* Mp.iUm. MM of *.r city police patrol cars had is any Young's been big looking bat. The native New '. from 99,428 In 1945-46 ft 84- Snead. whose 111 WM 11 10 lMlf-0-MtbM* .-;1

p.... .*it III *.. .a-4rvtlUT in store at the stock car and jalopy 'Yorker batted in more than 100' i "' 363 this :year. strokes under par for the first th* Her*. ...., ....
: reductions total .to- .........
Proportionate blamed ph for the *
36 holes news
... 0 .MMMM "n"ay tMa afternoon the event should be thril runs in each of his first two sea- ?
..... sons as regular first sacker of the :. State revenue gross trek profits I raphers for his blewap. which m an mmThe

.. ./ .. fe.,.... In IK. tck car rarea-at least he was Giants just before he was sidelined and .money returned to the ii sent him to a .ne-.Ter.par 73. .tiass4. ....
public were reflected in thj\ comparative The photon converged .a him ....., ...
..... ...* ft 14* fan rwkUttR4 with numbers and the fact it for slugging Johnny Mize obtained : t who -
from the St. Louis Cardin- report. at the second: bole and be said hose. ..... hod.hHen .... .
.. *I 4u.S-kfrd I I* _..- Ubc Mtrol car after some fancy cavort-
als. I Total State revenue from idmis- \ they made him nervous.Snead's ... ....... -.
.. ....4. A'.. I Isfon'tax. pari-mutuel hande and 0
... .... W. Central Ave.. the self-styled stock I! Before the Berts-Young trade I breaks this season was J154J25.64. :: total of 204 tied him near bees hmIn ...
confirmed, the deal reported Law Worsham. Ed Ottvtr, l..... .iipsIn
was was with
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CI sn Oranve Blossom Trail at too health : as compared ... -
to the Associated Press and Ellsworth Vines. .119 II -
t: A tt* ad*.wie turnover. The law overtook gure of ifX)3) 3L14. tI t .
I by avery reliable source who I' this Otto "Greiner, BalUJD ,.. Md.. .. Idi olI. ...
'. gross profits sea-
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also said the Giants Lexingtea.
that were and Skip Alexander.
i SHE SWINGS BIG Laura Lo John of Ft. |son added up to )333,72QU6. as
i RACQUET: 14-yeor-old
,: trying to trade the one-time j (II I N. C., a pair of lesser known eewoi tcIII
: ...... ........ ....&iieai West Orange County citrnsman ot'er- brilliant Bill Volatile to the Lauderdale, finalist in both the girls'' and women's singles of i compared total of with the previoutyear'. 'were deadlocked for third pia.* ; tua IM"_" _
... ..... ... .......... s f a Chicago fruit auction sales firm. I Philadelphia Phils for right ; the Heart of America tennis tournament in progress at Kansas | The 82.01 per cent, of the total with 206's. ... hndS.yit1wetJttIs.

.... -S t w .is.. a. MM that merits passing along: I'I hander Tommy Hughes and ] City, Mo., talks over her game with her father and coach, Leslie I pari-mutuel handle retuned to II j j Ed Furgol.! who set a new emv! ..

AM .f nv rates I tracks in Chicago have certain days in I Southpaw Oscar Judd. i John. Miss John plays Babs Lewis of Boston in the women's I the public at pari-mutuel win- record Friday posted a two under .1 ..... ....... lie _
-.. tt.t ........ cterttlf are recipients& such as Shriner'i The Phils denied the report with dows this year added up to $.194,- j i par 70 to tie with Gene Km**. 1M 5ul Men ..
r e.....it Iliijuui. Community Chest etc. General Manager Herb Pennock ;: singles finals today after winning the girls' title yesterday. She 527. while the 82.09 per cQt returns Springhaven. N. J. and John 1M ... a his .... ..

*fi.lk***< I .< .. tfft k at Lea,,,... that gets the suckers' money declaring pester day there was "no- uses a special racquet [right], longer and heavier than a to pari-mutuel t1Cke hold- I j Palmer at 208. and-shol el

... I .** |MM*< that Ktmire r..ld W. brought on 'them to set thing to it." But whether .the !I standard racquet [lleftj. [AP Wirephoto] ers the previous year totalet $2- Tom Wright. Knoxvffie. Teem. the U.. ...
.. M'" tine.. iUM, fr charitable purposes. Phils get him or some other club .,.. 90732010. I I and Dick lletz. Ued for fourth at .. ....ai ...
.. Voiselle seems definitely headedfor State revenue from b, ks areend. .. ... -
b FI Wry could well afford to give at least on
another outfit before the June
tM. I this :year was $12.752.49. Xhile 207.Three nMt M.. S.. 'hnlui
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Oraatc Memorial Hospital and also one daj Jahn
MratMnLi 15 trading deadline. Captures Chisox Blank .
... I the track got from breaks fl.2-. Orlandoans .. -
rJ.SIL I Voiselle. off to a splendid startin I 752.12. I I .. ... ... -
his 1944 freshman when
year The State tax on attendance -: :: ho todd
... j<.a.> .! ...,.,.. .a. *f this section's better known I he won 21 games and lost 16. Girls' Singles this year added up to $8,43630,1: i Entered in Regatta N, ca at

__ .... a maalton at Thursdays' sportsmen's meeting I I dropped to 14 victories in 1945 andi Nationals 4-0 while last year it totaled $9,9480.; ', VeriI tg The VxfcvI e' ...' r' eI Pall fh100 MIl
.. __ w.. Oewfl the wrath of the St.ate'ssportsmen. i i nine last year. This season he has : Tennis Title I Average daily attendance Uis, FROSTPROOPThrte OrI&DM t4.45's
1- t*.4..4 .*i4 Ik* ftriuU lad raw4 U confirm the re-appoint- :i,won only one game and lost four. year was937. as compared vthl I 1 I outboard motor racing enthusiasts. .....d ::g.

1 ."..m4 i fJ |,..., 'Htl .f JM ...til" to the State Game and Fresh i|II In recent only days in, relief he has roles.been appearing -j KANSAS CITY rAP Pressed I CHICAGO rAP The Chicago 1.105 for the previous year. j Johnny Westbrook. Erin hut .avWsl. .. ahoMtheInIIiai
_> |Ni jl>.t..!.. a" task similar action against J. W. CorI I i Judd was rated as the star of hard all the way but making her White.Sox won their seventh | I and H. O. Purdy win be araaac .
...trw4rm.k .. ';the Phillies' staff last year when ,shots good in the pinches Laura straight victory from Washington I Barney Poole/ ReturnsTo the large field'of contestants aim.peting h h.nd ....

IBMM.IM ifeat teth Yarn a new member the commission. he won 11 and lost 12 and was ,!/> Jahn Fort Lauderdale. Fla., 'yesterday as rellefer Joe Haynes | here at 2 pjn. today In tt e .............. IIIFw.

.... ......... ti* ttftrtcts that emtrace the current battles the only pitcher to whip the defeated top-seeded Doris' Jensen scattered four National hits over i U. rof MississippiMEMPHIS' Polk County Boating Assn. re .....-dd _
Des Moines Ia.. 6-2. 1-5. for the'girls' eight innings for a 4-0 decision. | ... ... ..
bijs* P.aLmta3 $fnrtetn and fishermen. The suggestion was World Champion St.Louis Cardin- [UP] BarnEs gatta. woe .. -
single championship of the Starter Johnny Rigney of the 1 Poole Army's All-American trA ,.,......, ..h.100rti ...
___ ...t thtat interests through political shenanlpvMffvl ala four times. Plagued by a sore White Sox retired after Inning I
one -
.. been able influence the Senate arm on and off in recent years i Heart of America Tennis Tourna- dropped by West Point last' Air Patrol *Ji ho. ...
@if ... S $ had to i 1 ment yesterday. ;, and Haynes son-in-law of Captures
the Canadian born 38-year-old week because of scholastic deficiency -' .... .hew m .... hotvW
...... ft ML tM* art prnraU a real challenge to Florida's sports. President Clark Griffith of the I I .
hurler has lost five' games with- Gardnar MuIIoy of Coral Ga- Senators yielded only tour singles last night revealed that Narragansett Feature Iho. 'si -
bits, advanced to the finals of he ........ .. ho
4A out ain this season. { will enroll at the 1 14. .
the rest of Unlnrsl171 R. rAP The
t4M p.l* N W. rt+>..-*,* ...l| Varn. kit all sportsmen had to agree Phils before the war has been Heart of America Tennis Tour- I II with his first "day" in 17- confirmed reports that he would ,scored by a neck over H. Ted I4IfM4 ... .. horls ..

fM ..... l **4-k..4..\ slants eoaMrrationlst working in the ineffective since his discharge from nament as his opponent Fran years of major league baseball today |I utilize his last two yean of Darling's West Fleet In the 10. ....... ..

........" ..q4 the Army last year and has dropped Cisco Segura Ecuador concededthe doubled across two Sox runs ,!. football eligibility on the same poo Spring handicap yesterday at Whol s ,- -...
-- six decisions without a victory match after dropping the in the fifth and tallied on Mur- grid where his brothers, Ray and Narragansett Park. -.... woel .. ,1-4 ...
,I thus far. A son of a former star first, game of the fifth set. ,I rell Jones' triple. Buster starred. p Carrying .119 pounds! the vfetarious Waling cho.'o*

Frank Sfrw Registers Seventh National League hurler. Tommywas ,1 Mulloy, fifth ranking U.s. am- I I .A.Hllern.IAI ( CHICAGO (A) six-year-old son of SUB IIWI ...a "'-

once thought so well of by ateur, won by the score of 5-7. '(bIII.I$ abrbs.I a I S 4 Raker.Sb! *4 k 5 rill.I t'I a GIBSON. COLMER SET Teddy turned the six furlongs In ..... ''"
i the Giants that President Horace 6-2, 6-8. 9-7. 6-0. ; Ll-br( 4s155111511,7.It 415550,1,5If BROOKLYN rAP Center Joe ,:12 3-5 as G. R. Schneider's

Win as YwksWhipBrowns,3-7 I Stoneham offered $100,000 for his Mulloy will clash with top seed- ,-.,.... 451t1AppIIngu 4SSSIJ..a..Ib: Shill sills Gibson and Fullback Mickey Col- George Gains showed two lengths :
1 services in 1942 when he won 12 ed Frank Parker Los Angeles for $_.,( 4553hK.sn.d .,f 45225 mer have signed their 1947 con- n back of West Fleet In the 11- .
tT UMJtft (API Pitching with confidence poise of ,I games for a tail-end team. He is the men's singles crown today. 1o0ta..3b J 5 1 1 KoI..u.IJ I S 11 1rnsdLb tracts with the Brooklyn Dodgers torse field. The Mount Desert -

: ........, Mftk4. Frank Shea registered his seventh conaUrMnc 26 years old. (Parker defeated his hometown J'a. 1 1 .4 .I''Tfesll.e.rf all 45255 t 5slnst of the All-America Football Conference table's Willing Spirit closed ..... ...... ,
\I rival Bob Falkenberg. 6-1. 6-3. Hwr_.. 2SSS1RIg.i.p 5155 General Manager Fred trong alter a slow start to fJftMbb .. ..
.. three-hitter the New York .
.. riI'tIwy. I : as C.adII0p a. S S Maya.p I 1 1 Z Z Fitzsimmons I :
ISpahn announced yesterday. -
16.2- sTr.'I. 15555!
1 "" the St. Louis Browns 3-1 yesterday. Blanks Kiwrr. 5h5hS.1J! -

___ .... IMW .f the campaign was handed him by : I Bill Skiff Trades Totilf. -11-t-4l--II 1!l Totals. -32-i-tZIUmoiHled -- !
a 4 .. .-. .to Ws .to.Ml .. mt for Cindinl la ItkSrort
Cincinnati 9-0 bf loninn:
: Wuhlmtm. _. IW' tfM M&-
Jobs With Selkirk -
a featf t ami' i ii I hlnn. _.___ Ins UI th-f
AM Orlandoans Lead : BOSTON API] Lefty Spahn Eman--Prtd.. RolloviT.: Run. Hatt.il !_
: ptaf* De- turned in his 1947 masterpiece.. a I NEWARK W1'J Bill Skiff, director Appllnf i. Joan. Nay.;:- Tb 5; b5ta-A"

...... Ite4 Uw I i three hitter against the Cincin- ; of the New York Yankee I pllni. Hiynn.Doubt Three-bo|>I T.-Appllnf kit-: _t. li:OacrtflreHaynL lkI.:.., "I
nati Beds while chalking up his ; farm system and George (Twin- im*: Chrtilau M --. Left but*
... .. ,
ae im. It. ninth win for the Boston Braves kletoes Selkirk manager of the :tm S. CTilrti t. BtKt MI ballt-off -e
I i flu" 2. ttt HacfiMT t. *ft CwldllH 1. MTKmrr I
'" .1 : Miami Linksmen with 9-0 shutout last night.!Yanks' Newark farm club of the Of1)J
: i a L struck *trt-kf Vtrlrm 1. by KMTI Lbr !
4 Hayn.s X. Httt-off Biffncr t In I 1.ingi. .-
I i Leadoff man Tommy Holmes I International League traded jobs t.
'm I II .
off Cmdiai t hi 1. off KINIT S Jn 1. off
.5 S I I i :
sparkled a 12-hit attack for the j yesterday. Blpwr S la .. off Btjm 4 tm .. Wiimtiw
.t : : : .s. I Winning all but two of themtthes. ''tribesmen by belting a t\\"o-bag-I Skiff, former major and minor pttrtw! Hum. LmlB( pllrl Dubs- pirn-Roaimel. PuurtUa and Bojti Zln -
I. a | ger and four singles in league player. minor league manager 1U, A"ftIdaIIc--f.iL
IE'II" "sass : I I dread Country Club team piled upa j against a pair of Reds' mounds- I, and farm director from 1938 : I
ti < seven point lead over Miami's i men. I I and from 1946 until the present. t
: : : : : Pick's
Itoksmtn yesterday as the half'way CINCINNATI (N) s iOSTON (N) I I will assume command of the Newark Trim Lakeland i SUNDAY 15th
r ...... -I -1) mark of the first inter-city'I sbrh.a'': abella I I team today when the Bears : Pick's Plasters currently tied for I June
.umlruf 4 4 1 5 B..rf S S S I I.Z.ntari.bZIaa4Hopp.cf ,
.. ..
.. !IoU match to be played here thisyear : 512 : II,I meet the Buffalo Bisons in a the leadership in the Orlando I II
I r' II$ was reached over the tricky : Hallllll.311 I ,S I 1 ToriIII I 1 IMaulb double header here. I Girls Softball League walloped a
I K J I 1 1
1 3 S In ElIIotUII 1 I
t I i Dubsdread layout. I IMiIlee.u 4II2LROU.Ii 31345 team from Lakeland by a score of
8.- .4 4I .I "G&...1f SIlSIMuI.. SillS Nine 21-2 Friday night in Lakeland.
s '* .- a..,. With Dubsdread out in front I.Talaa.1f S S S S "lIiflL.. I 1S Z 1 Legion Betty Pickering and Sis Herring- There's one day in the year on wKch Dad
) I I I I S I 1 S Z 1ToU.d
tueaeu a.11
to 23! the two
ky 314 ,
I a H score
J" 5 1 ,Ipaua"!'! I 1 I I Stgriust. Monday Practice dine divided Orlando's pitching "
-' a- t & 1 teams win play the final 18 I ., 2 S I .21 i chores. really rates nothing is too god'for
S. holes starting at 12 noon today. 1....._ 1. S S SI.U'elyp Orlando's American Legion baseball I
55055' team will resume practice him then. So, here are a few sugjfstioni. '
.- .-- .. Most. decisive' match of yester- 'I I TiX.!> -----4 M S I Mill\ -Toubitrack 53.53227 5 Monday at Tinker Field startingat I STILL STATE CHAMP f
I for "Gifts for Dad.
a.I .- day's play came when Goat Heming -.: out fat EmIt U ItO 2 p.m., Coach Carlisle Hughes BELMONT. Mass [LAP Mrs.
and Joe Dance of Orlando I,ClDrlmult-- by_1aniDp: ,5S Is, 500.-S announced last night. The Legion I! Paul Black of Marshfield. retainedher -
i turned back C. C. Shaw and Botea _----.-- It: l" 'S_' !:players were idle for one week Massachusetts women's golf 1
... ___ .; ta. I Erm-lAnti. Bun .ated !_EllMt 1. I II j ..
tsS1 51 sIera Frank Gahan to the tune of *8Vi I RavcIU Holmes J. ......... Tor.Z.. Twbmw I due to examinations and commencement title by defeating Dorothy Sulli- .
1 '* ...... t.. .... bomW- toi.. Earl Leffingwell and Tom hiu-EIIMV ___0. HoI_ ThrM-ba kit- exercises at Orlando van of the Commonwealth Coun- SPORT SHIRTS r ;,

I ... ...... .'I' aiptaiajnvs.t Bomar of Miami partially atoned j'I I i !*TMI'oku.rriric*'-fiwhn. Slobs kuci-Miller,..,--,Mill)I..r....BnnlLI Hw; I High School. try Club. Newton on the 19th
-- for this setback however by I JllllCT' t* Zimtiri II Hut. Ltn Ia bun' Cli-1 Hughes urged all youngsters who green in their final match yester- Imported Irish Linen by Wilson Bros\) 1 '
trimming Herman Goodwin and I rinnli >, B. t.. T. BuSs M fcn> eft Erutt I.I day at the Belmont Country Club.
are eligible and wish to play base- -
I -41 Dun 1.
KL1 Wf Unt I. Wf HMha 1 Clrork O1 T .
I t. Travis Grt@r. 7>j to Hi. : H U rlr' I. kr' -'ph.. T. HIU-off Erutt 1 inT ball-to report at that time. A bus 2.95to10.OO I
OtMT mitt vrrc M follows, with point t Inohtfi, err Lush > I. L Wild iteb- <..11.. will depart from the high school BISONS BUY LAABSBU7'ALO
I nt's m wrarkru ai ,
Lam Smith and Charlie Ebtrhirdt.Ortead I..int: tIIeIWT-E.tIL. t8."U. building at 1:30pm.. he said. I tAP The Buffalo \
t!Smart.'! Tl *-::*: AUoxhntt: l ,S3 I ....
'i MS't irut Bill StemDlrr andMr : Bisons of the International
: t....... Dust J nn._ Miami' I2H. League f
JI__,. ....m aDd Kill Gottlieb. Or- announced yesterday the outright PYJAMAS S
wsMItiifttas! .h M. <*'.' atakiut Shag Da,. and Bob I I purchase of Chet Laabs. Philadelphia -
.1 Cm Mlamt <1Sdmar >. Sentinel-Star/ Poll for 47
I .. tftf clot 1ft Champagne and Al Howard Or- : I Athletics outfielder. for an Summer sheers, short and long sleeves-also -aczz.:: I
...... US' aialnrt Morton Harris and undisclosed sum. -v
.. >1 M.HJI4t i It 'toils It C ,., BwhMwer. Miami (2S. >. regulars. ,
Pail "..!'&11a1l and George NlchoU.Wlamt AL ML All-Star Squad Opens ,
I I It 'iW H.rmtts( to the *. Beard.<. ..Qrlaado> acaiiut(34)Bill) Malcolm and NEW MERCURY 3.2,6,10 H.P. 3.95 to1O.OO I -

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tIb.ki. r ALOTOFFISHCAT ballots for the 1947 American and National League All- OUTBOARD MOTORS
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.. hi He bert Pulitzer of New York and : HAGOOD-Ph.
I Palm &ath..as yesterday awarded I July 8 in the 14th renewal of the dream classic, to Orlando i W, Plat [At Orlando WtUUail '
StW by Ftti Seed and the Gold Winner's trophy in the I Sentinel-Star. Complete Repairs OB AD Makes EngUshtown and Varsity A large assortment ol mate- 4'-

Hettf..,. Stores. fourth annual International Tuna 1 The Sentinel-Star Is one of 185 team from both the American and light weight 100% wool. rials, styles, color$ ant sizes. .

NttntedOHMHCM I Tournament with his prize catchof newspapers radio stations and National Leagues with one excep-: I 27.50 to 35.00 6.95 to 17.50 .-
seven bluefin tuna weighing a | magazines participating in the
ftllutr CS.aai I total of 3.384 pounds. poll, sponsored by the Chicago ..tion-pitchers. Rival managers. i FOR THE FINEST
I .. .aC'"U&I Tribune. Balloting will continue Joe Cronin of the Red Sox and

lit a..*. ........ I. :i Eddie: Miller of Cincinnati belt- ', until the deadline midnight, June Eddie Dyer of the Cards. will select -j SPORT FISHING SPORTSHOESSocks ._..___ .. .9.85 to 14.50 '
..u.,.. I jfd four home runs for his first 26. their own mound staffs. But on _
four hits thin season.MAIK The Sentinel-Star will accept Cronin and Dyer will start the j
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) REPAIRING .i %until 3. in midnight order that Monday ballots may June be I lots.Here's balloting -instruction for Enter the Charlotte County Ties -_._. ;..;......;__. ._ 1.00 to 5.00 I
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.,:. ttyt time of the ear-need it be Crippled Boy .._------ Second
: ?rt atMI.lor .
the f.
.._. ,. to qr'...... next several. months, : The Standings ,

M Ih aarM. .'.14"t... : ... Is timY.. since night fISh-I I, FLORID STATE LEAGUE jj'j.

.. sRMlw ... ." aM......btIIIIIc M tseefctted.g ,:lot 1 o Follows Gainesville ORLANDO at at Today Sanford..Leesbarc8t Games. ; Quarter Horse
I ar f'IIIfdall7 in
aMtlat ...Woo I I Ito fresh water: Augustine .t PalatkaDeLand .
... Ale keiil p toe l It. ta.see II the right procedure : at Daytona eacb. < f
,4 .
tsK. .tISi R fat.1b ; Games by Radio NATIONAL TwUrs. Games LEAGUE Race Set

.. /y1+ .... ... We Probable pitchers (von and lost record.
t..... 'a. tM'r Imart and these big IB parentheses! : I
:: .. tAatr a-. m &he St. touts at New York f2>-VUnser
'''- .-r:... deep middles of lakes. At ATLANTA tAPl The kids eyes '4-1)) and Brsile (3-3) ti Koslo ((5-2 and L B Mrl..d ........ d
i.ti t11t t.owl. The Dig Junbrs swim into gleamed unbelievingly as the big Kennedy4tI' or Bartonc <4-H. FIOI id* I1svt4'a' .t2rtudar
uhf w at Brooklyn--fcade O-?) n. r.
Mllls- ..... Chicaco
w .. .
.. .... connecting with lakes The guy walked into the room. Barney 13UCincinnati aeanlosr
.... I it Boston (%Vander Mar # 1x .
27 IUI'1JI1iI&nII7! hallow uater. The kid was 10-year-old Billy quart MMre -- -
.. i '3 3i and Hetkl (2-31 or Erautt (1-*) n.
a tlt Itte, "Wf'nl! unequalled record for Joe Weatherford and the big guy Cooper- 2-4i and Barrett 13-3). would to ataM rI .... ...... /I.
I efts .u tift M Charlie n"W', district was Charley Tnppi. the Pittston. Pittsburgh at- Philadelphia (21-Se.n I stork >isp.eltl.a ,"-a aM S ..

.. .....4 M w. *",''t more than SOO conservation huge black Pa. footballer and University of i! ((0-1)(3-11 and and Rose Strlocetich a-1)AMERICAN. U-2) ts. Jarislcb nestMcU...., II
.. N tltiHk. wMtbe4 .1 Georgia All-America-currently ,: I d ntd .,.ft .....
Mends .r .
... ..... at ....L )I mreEm, one of one o fthe Southern Association I! Today. Games LEAGUE < < t horse. ....4 W e.rM/er f/I .".* (1a.
.sse ....*.. peg ""f rr. Charlie took each fish leading hitters. Probable pitchers (won and lost record' Florida ...,... ___ a... t.

..... ......... bag rt mbUnt the "Decker" bait. A Trippi and Atlanta Cracker In New parentbeces York at': St. Louis ((2)-Dr.. (fl-0 .usa. mere Lyn W i. !! 4te4onelay
tease Mt *f the canal which con- Mgr. Ki Ki Cuyler visited Billy i iI and Johnson (2-21 or Wensloft ((0-0) ... ,... tar+lerttaI ..
.. I w4ak. h hire b Mine thing for all antlers I Joe Friday. j Tannin <2-3) and at Kramer Chicago (2 4->3)Washlntton -).Mistrrson

i "Gee. he's bigger than I j (4-31 and Plelttl1.11 ... Papub (2-21 I COLT .toil oasBAl.TMa4At
..... n OeM **lft* the. Summer days. thought." the kid said as his eyes ',and Gillespi (3-0). I i AI "f'l.: .
.. .... ... ... ** ** 9et portions of lakes. At night fell on Trippi-his idol since the j I don Philadelphia(4.31 and fowler at e(td.;: .*t2". Feller (6.5) I more CWWFASTEST .s ,Pte .. .......
I" sggb .r.a eM ei Ittw +** tender age of 7. and Embree <4-3 I, .. PN hotiM. t..i. "ftnounred fit 'I
mreatt and the smart at Detroit Ferris (4 4) T*. Xtwhouser ,
tit Ott .IM pipe angler Billy Joe, son of Mr. and Mrs.T. (S-<). J IA... ., ,.;: ,, .'. Uw sa".... ,Ii Iie1AemNel ..

} J. Weatherford of [ 359 GlenI| LAKE.ORANGE-LEAGUE OCOEE-OCOEE'S LAKE-ORANGE LEAGUE r Peck Howard, Ollie Barker, Bat Boy J. T I 1'.. m .f ..... !t

-edt1. aOebto wood Dr., N. E.) Atlanta has .Tam w.L. Pet.Team. W.L. Pet. I baseball Minor [front] Miles Minor Spud Windham Carolina III.do. MaAr.t
tars, Waite Mark bass team which meets their ,
cannot be taken so spent his entire life in a wheelchair 'Ml Dora 7 2 Tiacitnnont 6 s .MSADODka strong rivals Johnny I' . .
-I .. p .... ..M"e T1ke ..... the laahi the better the fishing- 7 3 .700,Umatilla J s .WX>I Winter Garden here this Elmer Burnseed and Tom West. Back row .. 4f
due to paralysis resulting Winter G. 7 4 636 -Tsfsres 3..333, afternoon, is shown play-'" pe : I
from a birth injury. Zellwood (1'.600 Ocore 3 t .273 Dick Davis, Sim Bell, Wilkes Demasrus, G.orgetorlr e"
W41M1p wile Oa Winter) P. 7 5 583 Eustis 110 091' here. From left to right, front- row: Mgr. l
mtonhabt nichts It takes a different He has followed the football' 'Doe not include results of Prtdar Jimmy Vandergrift, Clifford Freeman, Billy
'tM Puui eMllae seghedt, than all. fortunes of Trippi by radio for the : night tame Tige Minor, Bob Lassiter, Gresham Windham, I Youngblood and W. Haggart. 'i:
r4.. S >.. I Mil*.* *r rflueter Record spoon, or past three years and showed little ; Winter Garden Today at Ocoee.Games I ..L. ...
: in baseball until his idol' Clennont Zellwood.Umatilla x
interest at
aaMwatn plug
*n a bright moonlight
i- -lii4 tl ....,.... -fcot be sure the boat goes .joined the Crackers. Now he barely i iI Apopka at at Eustis Mount Dora. I r Fun-Loving Saints I II '

)1-& .stb..14. .UI nt run slow enough for misses a baseball broadcast and Tunes,at Winter Park. LakeOrangeNines Stock Cars
he'll follow radio to !
says Tnppi by
I : Plan Card''For ,
.. I Chicago where he will play pro Newman Insurance I 'Special
t11r .. M tirl. .f a boat which will throttle down football with the Cardinals this
.. tM... w.... .. *. N* a matter of using the oars. And .Fall. DeLand Softballers 6-3 DeLand Tuesdayf
... .. ImprovePlay To Race
rruts. Meetu m =nout that the electric outboard "I heard you beat Tech." the kid : Today
.Hee6Ma i OM .... M was tot Bidtt (laltiBc in Florida? I said to the big fellow towering over Hendrix Paced by and'home Harry runs Levene.by Jack the J;' to T. S',ndoy 5e t net.Star) .

him. They wouldnt have done it in i SAINT AUGUSTINE- This I!
Newman Insurance Co. of the the Lake-Orange Leaguenow
The Orlando Automobile Rae-
ter ... ...... Ohs Mack boa" term U strike better at plugs if it hadn't been for you." He local B League defeated a visiting' nearing the mid-season mark I Ancient City's baseball fans ing Association makes its speedway -

!- lAete t14edMlg ...... than at any other time. 'i referred to the Georgia Tech- I I,Olson Marine Co. of DeLand nine finds the 10 clubs more evenly hate a sense of honor and debut today at Azalea Driving
N-t Mri tip rl4 aUt......... requires a different pro- "i Georgia'football game last Fall in &-3 at Exhibition Park here Sat- balanced now than they have been they're going to show it Tues- ,Park.near Casselberry with a five-
..... fc IMI BMMfc toot u a rule, casting plugs I 135-7 which Trippi led his team to a urday night. Jack Hendrix was' all season with the addition of day night. !; event card of stock car races slatted -

r1IsS she ni.feu But 'n dark nifhts-Wham is the victory :, the winning pitcher although he'' several players to some of the 1 to start at 2:30: pm. r
Atari ..... get ass ..t* ..* plttf* in Ute blackness as that big Billy Joe has never seen a base- needed the help of some fine relief weaker clubs giving them the The Saint Augustine Saints, I A 25-mile grand finale wil clli-
ball but he knows much
game as Drake. boost have needed shy a rookie ball player twoweeks
Milt they to
pitching by producea
.. ... max the day's The
Mi ) M VSYi surface plus! about it as the average lad of 10. I signed Abe program.
Return Friedman a
.. ar-.. .f tataMM. M went is great. The air t he will He Score by innings: winning combination. !events include a 10-lap stock ears
very see a game soon. i middle-aged bank teller
Olso" 000 000 030-3 3 2 of college students to their-homes as a
skeeters and jalopy
... IrMltt. at hunt. It M a treat satisfaction to bet : and his parents are to be the Newman 130 000 20x-6 8 3' for vacation have provided a welcome -, "rookie" player to meet Flor- only event five; a Australian
race over laps an
... _. toouful riortda' Summer night with thous- guests of Cracker Pres.' Earl Mann Toomey and Arson Hendrix addition of players to most; ida State League regulations. Pursuit race over ;15-laps and a
.. eee.t.na Mslilroa. alUaatot night birds and what : at Monday night's Atlanta-Nash Drake and Goule. of the nines. DeLand's Red Hats hotly consolation race of 10 laps for ---

JL La .*...>..-Muadux kind of music to fish by. I ville game. j I Today's games throughout the protested this action claiming I drivers who do not finish better !*
>* ear Mr Hi. anew .h. has never fished at night will Cuyler and Trippi dressed the ( loop leave little to be distinguishedin i it was illegal and the protestled than fourth place in any of the ton it tike #ou"M t11'I"

mmnn it ftfefcl.fHfcrrBiaa. )I&DJ.-li} give up daytime i little fellow in Trippi be uniform'em for the way of outstanding games.I IProbably \ to a closed-door league investigation other races. 1 00 yards ,f9 4 s.c.epsyt "b.
pictures. "You'll hitting
.; fcbil, at trail diriag the Sammer months after few the Clermont at Zell-I in whieh the
a yourself before long. Trippi said In the Australian Pursuit Umvtrtirv ofo's SsiA/rrsa c..
I wood. Winter Garden at Ocoee and Saints were given a clean bill
.. Hk Web boa
dariMi the night time. event to stock cart, StHt-
open .
as departed. .
clashes of health. forma Ni'.e dal Mw IIM
Umatilla at Mount Dora I
ttaw ..... ....,... twr I boat. nitht ishlnff No one need I, "Thanks for coming to see him,* ers and Jalopies the slowest IS .
.. ....._... tf tH* 7.a.-pou&oVrs go tailing over the i someone said to Cuyler. "He's the t will produce the tightest games. The whole affair amused ears in the time trials will start Cohttimeo ..'ra .....
the Saints fans. .
Winter Park will be at home to I And so Tues-
![. tilt eidl .r uaiw MM there, near a .. dbed. or into a_ !happiest boy in Georgia today. Y Tavares in another bang-up game I day night when DeLand 25 feet apart. Whenever a ear I ling the INti!; .* w '''

41 r ; I "Skip it" Cuyler said. "We got < A while Eustis may produce plenty comes here to play the has completely passed another Wyk"f d" the eras tohrt lilt

inAs Mf t4aat a ..... unusual thing happened to more.of a bang out of it than'the of trouble for Apopka on the I Saints:itll be "Abe Friedman car the passed ear Is eliminated 1931 w* ****** lit.. ill

a.t .. tat. j-it4 InU the boat:" Actually, it is the kid did" former's home grounds j Night" at the local ball park. track with winning the the last ear .n the OweN of ()h.e $... w ...d
.. Ojtr aSollrtarltp. as 'fHWlW" night. antler will testify-viz. Mgr. Tige, Minor will be appearing Friedman will don a uniform Clyde >"fussy .* Sa. 4N
... .. .... 1Sanford Winter Park something he hasn.tdone A total of 28 entries was linedup
Ipfeae.we *. | beta black base Jump into the boat with In his last tame for 40
I to compete in the time trials
before for the Saints-
his for
Ocoee to
prior departure
"'" 1 I- II sst .rr. 4TtM ...., fr the discussion about night I I Legion Nines To Meet I i iI his annual two-month vacation I and participate in pre-game i which start at 10 am.. although -
I Ij there was a possibility more entries -
.... a.miP I ...i w ca0ltnk66d I fScc'ioi to The Sunday Sen ioel f or! w trip to the Carolinas and his warmups. One of the largest I would be received before time rw gag,-I
I j SANFORD American Legion club renews one of the oldest rivalries I I 4w.rw. Mel > .
baseball team will meet the Win- in Central Florida as expected I trials start. Race officials said = ..... & .
'NItu-Lr easy NIL 'IM.." MakinMn. of Kk immee, h anthontyn ter Park team at Ninth St. Park 1fLfi they play host to Jim Mobley's ,that entries.were. on. hand and it t
Q.-.nets t turn u Be -*..' ranch in Kissimmee tern was a question Of the drivers getting -
3 p.m. and' will -
;; Tuesday at return \YTnter Garden nine. OAAB Nine Wins Again I
i-: M 'tr '..... ar* neuter eatabiuhmcnts' not catering to, the game in Winter Park a their cars in tip-top condi-
League president Tom Cooleyof Orlando Army Air Base con- for the afternoons
.ar .., IM .... H i,on the following Friday. 'tion program. I
and i Mount Dora has ordered the tinued its undefeated pace in the' Admission price has been set at
i These are practice games replaying of the Tavares at Zell- Class A. City Recreation Baseball $1.25.
:will have no bearing on the final wood game of May 25 and the League yesterday by turning back!' Entm Include Mtrloa UcDouU. Bin
) Match Race Heads July FourthRacing I standing of the teams. All San- deletion of a game in the won Bob Carping District 2 nine PaneD"_Harold Decker L M > rrtt. 1
ford citizens are invited to enjoy Bob L I George TU4 Lrvu TtrtarOrac / 4IA
4 l and 8-7 in t
column for the Mudhens a by an score a nipandtuckcontest Horton Cecil DobMB. Lemr AF
this game and all Legionnaireswho r similar erasure in the lost columnfor played on the Air Base HlI>Prn.. Joe DuffY, R. P A..rk._L a.Mirluei. i t tR w. 4 f
have have DoD Moor. cad !Uch r ;
not joined or an
: t Program at Ocala/ Track Tavares has been effected. diamond. M. O rreacb: Alvin McO interest in the Legion team are -- -----
.... v- r* -if' *'or] urged to see Chick Lasater and do

orAO.A A p'tu ** nf $3M .Has been posted by the Marion ::50.I .

1 Pwe MM..! Afrtatftural ANn for a special match I I III YOU CAN'T BUY A BETTER

p.: lair i. gull ...,'. not "hay" for the "sand rpad II FSL Roster Changes' II rT'T't TIRE! 1 1I

.f UMM JMirte owners who race for the fun of [ioecwl to Orlando Morning' Sentinel! .
OCALA-P'Iorldo Slate League headquarters -
r- last night reported the following
-c. HI 'IIIrfJW LuckM -' \\'.Inter Garden horse, the latter day player: roster chance mode during the ; 1 -And Look How MuchYQUSAVE i

swuJ n J..ui -i has won recognition for his ORLANDO: Released Ernest -Motteler I
pfd' In numerous race meets SANFORD! : Sisner Ernest Mott 4er an4
placed Spence Edwards on its temporarily
f o. I{ and bAa beaten numerous Bother Inacttre listLEESBURG. _._
.w. iw .f IMo I bidden" quarter horse honors. !: Released James Heehler --- -- --- -- -
I DELAND: Released Andy Farka and CANT BE WRONG Don"ttake
5- tussles ftasaa pstPa.R1 Cent Cowart is another Orlando stoned Rookie Clayoa Henry on itvo day :
s liter $st .1tAadraea owner planning to bring a string I trl.1.j our word. Ask scouts of I !

,101 horses here for the meeting in- j 116 major league clubs of their'
The Cincinnati Reds recently i
..atthwq, Will. are rltttflng Bobo and Popeye two wellknown
1 h ff I= alit ... .bile Lwkr performers produced perfect pinch-hitting inI interest in Marty Hansen,

... .sssd the ttn4sb h.. The meeting will be held on the I a double bill at Philadelphia. Ed- Michigan State College short- 6.00x16 ___
e .. tN die Lukon got two hits in a pinch whose and
... ttprrt Ua. the. Rolling Acres Farm oval owned by stop shot-gun arm 1 1 '
Carl O ROM well known Marion !, role and Ray Mueller Kermit ADO batting average make I _
Wahl and Benny got one
County thoroughbred breeder. each. him an interesting prospect. I II
There are six other purse races
"l tt en he program In addition there

-J-. -" wi: be a number of match races. I I 1995

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It I nnterl.&ttt Orlando Florida 8 1947 -,--------- ...
uI& June -- -
; Balanced Mart State Farmers'Market ,:177w --


,--110" Takes FSL Batting Lead; I I, Rippey Victor 'Eked Out In I

; 1''mtlofMr' Tops Pitchers I III : Final Session Sales Up :

4 Vfftt fPFUNGSMrhl Hoag. former major league ; In Carter Run NEW YORK lAP) The stock Sales on the Fort Pierce state I'

..*M.| ..* *..., tfw m. Florida State League batting :: 'market barely managed to retain Farmers Market for the Spring 'I

1111 L .0. I****** the circuit as of midnight Thurs- : its balance this week. season swept well past the mil-
A slow-moving advance in the with
'' NEW YORK TAP! William O. lion-dollar mark this week I

.? -. ,af ... sH*?ct>fdinK Chuck Aleno DeLand's 'Hells' Rippey won the 25.000 : final session Friday just about a total of $16'7, OUO for the pe- I ........ .

. '

J-- ..A.-r....- WII...... p- ---- Carter Handicap at Aqueduct yes- third successive week in which On the. Plant City market 69.- '

:&= .. ... 1M, It poiat. terday, nosing out Jay Paley's the share price average finished Oil packages of a wide assortment -* I IT'S REALLY A PLEASURE

... w ....... ., 11ft. to third pUre, and the Pirates Inroc in a photo finish as W. L. 1\ even with or better than the close of produce rang the cash ':

... -... ..... ....., .ml aM woo six out of seven to hold fourth Brann's favored Gallorette wound 'of the period preceding. The. As- registers for a gross return of.

III .' ..... bim ***, 4nuiM place. .isociated Press 60-stock composite $$217.471.20. producers. ,
DrLtixL league leaders for over up third In the seven-furlong dash. While these sales records were
..... -1 to.-. W die auaIM1 '
.. ... ... ............ month dropped six out of nine, The four-year-old son of Pom-, chalked up In the Southern part '
Uktnc afcond' pUce while Orlando pey stepped the distance in 1:23 } Wan St. produced no decisive of the peninsula, the State Farmers (

dropping fan out of eight returned response tenews of the week- Market at ,Start reported. 4w
track and
over a ]
.., .. ... ... -
dropped from third to fifth. favorable or unfavorable. handling an of 1,838
$1350. $6.00 and $3.80 in the mu- average 4o0
........... ...
I Pk.... .... IVM 8MMcerial chance since tuels while capturing first moneyOf Clamping a straitjacket on bullish bushels of sweet corn daily at a 0 /

..,r ..-...... I..tM Ub. 9io1 INI tarn Thursday when $19.750. enthusiasm was the persistence price of $1.50 net .to growers. j -

::t tu..... .. ...1PtIks ..44f Lab was succeeded at Gallorette, carrying top weightof .of doubts whether the tax and In one three-day period dur- .

... .. IMa .111 ahH ,iftftrd fcy Don Murray, vtttran 123 pounds compared to labor legislation would become law. inf the week. S7.372.5I was paidto

d .. ....... blftHi. .... I,... rrt$.oejth. ".. Rippey's 112 and making her secOnd Foreign developments also were producers through this mar-

.. w_ a ...... Pitching continued' to improve stakes start In five-, days an unsettled influence. ket for offering- of;sweet corn. !

ftw .... Ii J..... W" tIM M evidenced by George rultz's" finished three lengths behind However commission houses reported The week's figures which put

...- ., .. I1 Mtg..... t.. two-hitters followed by a six- Inroc. The latter paid $550 and .. some customers were com Fort Pierce across the milliondollar -

..... .... W.... 1M1wr. htttrr. all within right days. Jack $3.50 while Gallorette returned ing to believe that recent dim mark for the Spring season"

.., Baunstrnr Leesburg continued $2.80 to show. views of business ,prospects may were notable for continued heavy

= = : t* top the heap in wins and losses Hal Price Headley's Pellicle was' have been over-pessimistic. One offerings of tomatoes, with 28,901 ]

... ..l_ II .. AWW M h* having U victories against fourth and Tidy Bid-running with ana st. noted that "every one If I, units of green tomatoes averaging

.. lit _.,. Tweda, three defeats.Other the winner as a Hells entry, fin- 'preparing for a recession in the $$.72 and 606 units of pinks aver

... pitching leaders in games ished fifth with C. T. Chenery future but when what was once aging $1.68-which ran. the combined -

..- .. ... ..,4 r won and lost: Goker Gainesville, Hornbeam. C. V. Whitney's Recce: I the future becomes the present I I totals for this one line of ,

.... .. .... ...... Ie .w thp ,,; Z4alia of Orlando and Stan011 and J. W. Brown's Brown Mogul ), business is still good." Some pro- I produce to $168,283.80.Spring .

........ ....... and et Sanford. 72; Alonzo of De- completing the field in that order. ;fessional bidding was attributed !'

.... = ..... &t1tnl Land and Buonoto of St. Augustine to the theory a Summer rally is'i the sales at the close! of
report period on the Fort
.. -: ate *-2: Gardner DeLand and Champ Under-water i due. Pierce market had reached a ON. '

wtf Karpinukt St. Augustine. 3-1; Customer apathy toward grand total of $1,16S,1I1.40. !

'., fvrrs. DeLand. '-4; Hyde. Orlan- j, market commitments was re-:
JEAW = To Give
: Swimmer
; uo. and fultx. Gainesville. 7-4: ,, fleeted in the weeks' volume Okra continued to hold top position IS

., ....... Kftther. St. Augustine. 63: Hoag. I of 3.299.250 share traded.-roneI on the Plant City'market CAR

... .... 0. inevtUe. 4.2; Uaseda. Leesburg Exhibition Sunday I of the. smallest totals shier theI in the.matter of unit price peaks, I YOUR

... ..... and Leeprr. Gainesville. 2.1: Hallaa. period ended Oct. 14,1944. this commodity selling as high as WHEN
Newton A. Perry world's champion -I
J I $7.50 per bushel hamper. Bell
i ii9
"... Nt. St. AugustIne 5-3, I
under-water swimmer, w11lbe ,On two days Monday and Thurs- pepper: increased in volume over

.- A.lj. featured in an aquatic exhibition day, transactions- dropped to 520.- the preceding-week 26,711 hampers

-- el.E..4 "': 51*..' ?..e svass .11. INCISe. .at Sanlando'Sprtngs next 000 shares, lightest for a full session of fancy quality selling at $4

"SN.t tNSNCSV N-b ...*. Tki' 'i Sunday afternoon as a part of a since July 5. 1948. to $5 for a total of 117988.35, I

a .. .. .. .. .. Bt M* Ra4 Wk WkSI1 big aquatic program planned for The. week started with Its :widest and 289 choice at. $2 to $3.60 addIng
w II 2M .2SI that' | decline since May 17. as some' $776.35 to give of
; day growers this
I jw .. tta ni .!il .::1 who record f aircraft: and air transport Issues one crop' a total of $118,764.70
F 'I.112( N ,. Nb tbS If 234 .:1: .:.254I. Perry has a dipped in the wake of the Me-: during the week.

I ,. I :: :: :: :: TIN us := :;: swimming 119 yards of under breathing water mortal Day holiday weekend plane Sales on three reporting State .

a is 1M 5 :11 .:si .:': without use 'I I disasters. Dealings were limited. livestock1"markets-Arcadia. Jay I r REGULAR PLUGS
IS C Is 254 53 225 .ta: .%I:! apparatus, will give an underwater however, to the smallest number and Quincy, reached a combined I .. .
swimming exhibition and .,.
oI '....... P.' A I Sit Uk Pit.Mat i of issues appearing on the tickertape total of 22761.15 during the .
t s4_ at 14 41 4!t .I2l demonstrate his'special hOHbreatblnr" since July 5. 1946. week. 364 cattle and 282 hogs

.4_ lib tu M sis* 121 it II 41 45Staai 4** ..KSaw.s: apparatus.The The lost ground was more recovered -, being auctioned. Arcadia's total ''t4:2': 11. Instant starts! Smooth at velvet ipo

1'iiit i !E. : ITS in 24 411at Charm School'sswimmers was' $13,231.61; Jay's 6478.39; It's thrill in .
I I. ** it* us IT 41* 9IS9U Tropical by the list in general Quincy's 305115. taring a new engine per. C

.... 1141 atl 14* 41 447 : will give a half-hour oroTnesday when a last hoar : '*/f f formance cruising along with AH,'o t
Uf ej ill l* 14 .111IMS the which 3 8
exhibition program rally was set off by the sharp I
SM 19$ 4* 421IU Court .Spark Plugs ;in engine. And at
includes high diving exhibitions.:: jump In net profit reported by Records your

......N ..6S .' I Standard Oil Co. [NJ.l and volume I- 1' this special sate prke what tov Nt .

: C I expanded to 690.... shares. Orange County ,'. ings are yours!

,. j Jersey Standard and other oil$ INSTRUMENTS PILLS .
4.. k> ,. .1i'rrl I Major League Averages New Rome Inc: to American FIre and
..... : i displayed strength through the remainder Canaatty, Co ..oet...... 7900. 0\>
,- of the week Jersey establishing New Homes Ine to, American Mr* and" '"

I i.ll.1 I I .y ... ....... "III" ..- TIM nnrdi kctow. Huctod'4v SIM* Iu-I !I new 1947 highs. CtsualtT New Homes Co mortcases Inc to American 17400 (5).Fir 'and : ALLSTATE PROTEX-I -i.

E .... I- Jm. 4. laS 1 t Wednesday drew the best activIty C.tti.ltr C* .e"-.n. '5 OO. <,t i j
: : 'JI. of the week at 820.000 shares NMT Home> Inc: to American Fir and ;
a."OCA. tlASVf CUI BATTINS Casualty Co moruases (6400 15t.* .
t' .**. I At B N It Ik Nr Rki Sk I If 'ol. .. S Ak II N a 3k Nr Rki Sk PitX but a mid-day 'buying flurry evaporated .- New Home Inc to American Fire and .- Feel that power as you tote a S31 or !
,.> N 4J IT 21 S7a as t 1-' III S .!t. .. SitS 4* 1>I2 214 M4 S4 IS a 24' I ..2TtKwt and stocks.lost ground a, Casualty Co mortsat 180JO. ,
Eiii1iII.5 I,.!w..4. lt4 141 2SI 41 It* lit .227 : --a'a M ItP175255557lli.413..4, Philidilphi. 4! 14I 1M 174 TI t 11 141 12 .2M i iKmUra doubts were: expressed whether ''Casually Co mort...e (tOOO.I 1 1f 'I ; __ .;.
S54* 44 *425 IIS SM M i.uiss.s; 41 13M 1>I ?'1 ta it 21 1234.244' the tax bill would be signed. An. ew Homes In.- to American Fife and I \:: here's pleasure motoring that purr e
.. ., Pl .m.ia tt ISM IK ist a* u 14 141 s :.24* : Ptnibwfh. 4* 1297 171 SJT II S 15 171 T .:" other noon-rally on Thursday failed Casualty Co mortgage $7830. 1 vacation miles And ot H J
I I "-- at Hal HI S2S as s 12 144 IT ..241I rMniA 4* 127S 1ST 34* 17 T IS 14S e ..CMriorianatl Blrnia Bennett Greer et ni to Carl 1'I. yovr away. *. 52
"' : 'r ; I : i I I '- 51155115124$32I421S2 S .:.' 4* 14M 1M 17* IS I 41 11 13 .:;;2 to hold. although Pere Mar. Courtney et at wd $10." r, sale and .the.
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"r" f : I .S .. "" .. St $M $74 It SSIt .PSI Ctak C rt A I 5. PC. ;! merger Chesapeake Frank I, McDade et as to 0 C Teartta ff7 Spark Pfugk
: e.. ,.. IM Ul 17 ISM JL1b145.54 .! Pbilwl* *hi j| __ 42 HIT 4i* 21 It ..1425.nkIyi. ;&. Ohio, which was 'effected Fri-. et as wd $10. ,
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: -II : = 11 454. 44 1174 S4I 42 SS .528 iMll ...:..-- 41 ItM43* SI 4t ..:. 1Pimavnk 1!day.Feature et .s wd Sire'et 130'Stockton. ix.to Warren H Collom i- :,?' Every design feature for foffof p.,4si"
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41 lilt 4TS t* 4* :.5554ll23433US.PTS 4a> UD: 4i 17 u ..s7rhklto of Friday's session in .
WhatlrT. .a .
.. .. ... .. ....,_....._' Darin and Co to' : '
", ,.... .. 4S Kia 4I1 44 44 .5734i.'is..t4 arc Mtr .
Cvanitn. real fvtt
.. another light day of 660.000 shares.wasa mt( and Ml ..
S "' .11I. .. .. .. 5- S. IUI 423 1* 44 .". I __ 43 lilt 4M 43 44 .a The R O Cotfmsn Co Ine to Louise C economy your
'" 41 1447 174 17 .m l.....0" ._ ---.,.-." 41 1S7S 4>t 41II .*71 9 3-4-point decline in Pa- Lo't wd (to '
.,,4... )Y455SS. Jl N.w T.rk ___ 4a 1435. 441 M it 47 cific Telephone common after reduction K W Ctispnan et as to W L EnsHshmt A SPECIAL

Trtfl.NATIONAL I. fq-PIr1,1I "- *1*80. __ ___ __ ___ _
t. a.uoc. 114555 IM8IVIBUAI8STTU8 i, of its quarterly dividend. Willi,,,, H Dome H us to'Olwtino

\. !.; f J = t Ilea..8 I I lUlU INDIVIDUAL, I Menendn ux wd $10. OIL CHANGE
flir1 llenendex et nx to William H
PIu.tha I AI I NflhbhbSN. SATTINS' KectHDt j jPtanrChik
rJf !II: 1 --*. ..... II . ._' lab. NnikhrrMart. : Eggs and Poultry Dome Marion et nx 9 wd r.*.$10.*t ilK to Fir V Fed- 8andLoan '
.r54..S. I I 4 S S
= = n_. ___ II II II I S. .1.S.Si.us 15slls.ls.4s. ctiL i* Ttsia-as .42* JACXSONTILLK (UP Florid Btarkl Aratt-mts $6000. 'With A Purchase of '
:r -- ..... II" In. PrtXftt P5,11.. _. IS 11 "t U 1 Sa 4 ...* fresh em: Paul O H lnes et at io Aaron Wc4ner g S
I I :I: .- ..... I I 1 1 N S C S Spills. .11: j .**i..*.. R-Mra' .' .11 is l. t la a a .45.. All. .al," to ratallera Clar.1 wd $10. ,
_ill.. Vklni: 28 u II tt 4t.it2.J72 Ket John R Lord )r et as to wmian. W
S.4 . ... .. SiI f1. 14171254415 S I 1* .34 Grade A A Set of
It Spark
wills" *5. 1.'PhI1 M 111 21 414 1 t II ..543I 1 i WU Mxt. Arnold wd $10. Plugs \
$.... C y s '' Cws.ry.4.S r. 3413115215 tS II 122SN.3lNSN.5SS .I i U,.(. t*. B'klja It tl t t t t '1 I .... '! Per dx. Per at. J C ,W Cooovr ; et at to Arch: L 8a.;'1 1.t
a :: & : I ....,. t* II 415 4 J S 435.337* I .m lMkttr.. at. L. __41 1)1 54 M 11 I I Ii .lit Len.. It M iS M lied $1. I
.4 I'' Mlii. .N. Twb Medium r-.L -. 21 12 William w Arnold to "flolm R Lord "Jrwd
: ....... ,.. 851411.347 .
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II.* 4 tt .SM ';ii" Small ....'_.! 1$ 47Extra ,
$10. .
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: : ; : : -.4.-. -' s* in IT U t I 1 11.144t tI It .SCt .. ,__ .
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II. 4SS.U4.4. It.. I "" rinrimntl _1T 141 :t.. SI 1 .:I ..131I William A Durrenberet: et' IS to JohnaIordjrqedsls. Any
". .. . It. 4 I t I. .141 :I .. Sales direct to consumers !
0 V.... .... U115it33 $ 4 5 57.223.,I P* ... ..* I SI It 11 11 I I 12 .W .
J ...., .. i._ II II I S t t .W'''[,tmahanH. S'. T.r* ia 14 4 $' 18 .$ t .SH | Net PelOradt WaKer' D Randall et mi to t Wesley I Passenger 89
H'va. BO.IM !. It J34 21 4S 41 t II ..111iVrM. A WDoL Fly et ox 'rd $10.J .
Mej.f .
T. 14 71 I I I: '
21 I S t 24 .32* .
.Mett .:..I14. Plii 1453414551, 525.325'i'', PhUa.41 111 II 4t 11 t 11 ..124TkMloa. > p,r dx. la Crta Henry Ttndan to. Robert C Johnstonwd Car .
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-.. P5'.. If.. 511.5 1 t X. Twt II lit U 3b'S I I tl ..S2Ir I 1
5S.. ..... .lt .llr. Bnium _If tl t 5's t t ..inTnriMd .. -. 21 W P P Wilson et as to John K Onstottat _
iS 411521451
," ,: ... ..... d ---. S.lisbI.S.iu34u t I S I 1 112.31 14 .321." .*. BaitM 41 147 IT 47 S t 11 .12* sm&22.i'_ _,_u_ T- r it (3: uswdIlO.
....... 445555 014151711 i, M......'". N. Trk .44 lit II 41 41 $11 .111 Extra lart -i__u_ 26 II Robert, F Woehr to Loren 0 Dana ftvx
: -. ..... .. ..S .4 .... ,.- t........ S ii.ii 211.311'Sl'S l81li.... Pitt.. __ .17, II til tt t 4 .11.: Bales to Salei to am. '
'" ,.r.nimu. CM. 4i n.jurlEiwui. Retailers Consumers Maud S Barley to William H ReceSs et Bulk Oil 10 Can
.-... It.. 1* S* t ttl 5 s .si* { is: jt $ s. i Qt.21c- Qt. $2.29-5 Qt. Kit $1 2S
e M ......... fl..0S54 tt II'" 5, t .... Plltlf 41 1J 21 41 13't 127.144fiHw. : UTS Dressed Live Dressed' al tm.Kami. ,
a" 4 11
= .,..... Florida Dressed Dr'.. Dr'wn X TItle
45. tL.IlL S.d ,-. w.. $ U 4 4 I '* t .In .31 111 IS 41 I" It" .J.4MeOOmsh. : Weller t al 1 to Central
.. Cktcat* 2t 44 'Ii 'I 1 $ ..1MwincmoD. Fryers 2-3 Ib* 31 57 43 15Broil. Sod Trust Co mts $4000.
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"' 251711734 sII I 115.34
.... .. .. "'- r454. S... 44 I H I I I .,. Pitt*. M U $.U I |' M3i ... ader M O Btanctt vI VI tv Homer W WTilBtnu Iraproro performance of your engine. Let us drain the old ilugqbh .. .... ... --.
;;; S....... '" ..... ... .... 1t. "-.. ""'-. it it i 15.51.34. 'i wief.; BIT, __..41 14* It fJ ..11Ho4tw. Z IPS 3S 97 43 65: $100.Homer : ease and refill it with Allstate Compounded "Premium"
'- ----- ....... ntoqe 44 ITl !III 11 t S tt ..21t hUM ____It I4* !| 44 $1 $11 ..IJMiii Hens heavy W Wright to M 0 Btnnctt- new cr Itty .., III& .. I
.i.S. ... 41 I1J SS S* T .1 II II ..2UP.S. I>, r.. cmciBiutr 41 is4 !J"* $a 11 it .tss:. "reedj' 38 Si 40 50' t sm.Brantley. advantages over ordinary oil.
',,2.v52S.Y.s141341S4S S 4 4 M .:teI Hena lisht breeds 2$ 42 12 4. Bvrcham .. Maad 8 Barley :
ThL rw's. 553252534 S 112.234
NT ..... .... ,.. If II III S S KiiBtr.1 x v.,* 4a ut tt II it a a tt .:" lilt, $5000. I
..... Sis T5 14 Mii25 t I" 42S2 I'i'!I, M_ 8C ,.|. ..13 IIS 11 14 4 t t U .29* CHICAGO LIVESTOCK Charlt Smith et as to Paul Tsrel ..1us '
f***, y, sS..,. ....... It.. 114 i t. I ..2Mt ..._ ('II... ...IN SS II 2S- S I ''II .!" CHICAGO L.. 1.... $4 Iii It M 1 5 II .%111 ',}lln."., X.; yit" .11 14 I IS 41 I" .2t* (estimated); total 4.500: compared week Lather Leon Moore et a.. to Charlie
C Pe** 0* StIti .r.I4.4is. t4" II 21 1I 554.251'I I It .6>!>.. CI.*. 24 U It 2S II 'If .21} ate weights under 240 IDS. steady. hesTler Smith et nx '18.
I 11.1..,.....*. 11 weights and 25-50 hither. Power On Co to LIke Hart Dev Co
...... PiHabsuiiSi I M It* 14 U t 14 .,* rhk-.to 17 t I t t tt :!\I' sows
H.LNXM __ ........ 1144355 S t 11 .:" Xortlwj. fillSt.. L 11 IM 2* SS It 4 II .'1 Salable cattle 500 estimated: total Jial wd $10. -
.iidsI.& I'..... 341331131 I $ It ..271I 1 BitHBMtS. Cll*. .II 1M !J M 122 1 11 ..294CtiMr. linn; compared week aio: ted steers and '
fa44 *we s',. ...... .. l- SS I IT J4 It I 11 .274 : Plttitxink __ 17 14* 21 41 $ 1 $ Jl .%*' heifers 25-50 hither: muket' .10Ie4. Ie" Trade winds is' the' name given SALE
5-34.. 54. i.is 2* ti II 17 IS I' I It174 I Hut. ftofM* __,37125253411:: IS II .!U sctlTe at advance: good and choice trades
p545. P545. Ut II ST $ 1 1 11 .!T! 1 HIBOI w. mils t> i7s 21 44s ,:i; slowed most npturn. inch tattle closlnclarteJy to winds which blow) regularly'
;; ___ pS_ St 1ST nil. 4 ii ..res Ht. Ctlk J. ___14 12* II IS 14 t'I ..HIKlottS. It 241V21.JO: medium'trade from tropical belts but the word"trade" i
..... C. T. .1* IS 2* SS Sil n .211 Pltubm-th _2T It'$ 21 II t 1.2S* steers and heifers very srarce.' actlva,; ;
T. p_. s... ,*. *4 44 t I' t .:*:* Edvir*. BrrnklT It 141 11 4* 11 $23>4 I I Ix. tood bed cows atrent. all others nneTenlr is used in an otherwise'
's4u.PSSIs4.M. 35312255 5 It .21 BortH. BMINI Jl tt U I* I 1 It .273 50 ...t.OO lower with ranners and cutters obsolete sense of "course." JUNE
a.,. P1445. si tat it IT 1 ..241I Mctrilrt. Sri i* I* I nt' t 11 .*U. mostly 1.00. down: balls to 1.00 hither -.- -- -
T.iI.I.c..t r.i.t. ---. ....44S tt it l I tti .23 Bti.r. BreotlT _4t 141 *1 4* It 28 .!l1 receipts tboat 9.000 liner locally. 24.000 --------r- 1ir
--. ........ tt t it tIt 4 U .Ii* U25511558,5* J* I) 11 II 11 J 11 .!T7 head more- than week earlier shouts oat
..... Rilurt. Pittlhartk" 27 542413 II t I .!11 12 larte markets: cow ran a little
(l'd454 $1 4 .5 N t s .25
.1 W W AUWt&ai eD ...4MriS55.. $13452115 t t .:* ..... Xtw T.... _tl II I IT 1 1 I I .!7tI : larter. with kisser pereenUta ahowtaa
P35w. ........ ii nr ii *. T I 1* .:n { li_.... ('4*. _' Jt 41 TU $1 a 4 .213 Beau; ehoica weithty Steen topped at G'i RECORD
anift 5.35. ..... 11 It* It 27, I I t T ..2SJt XikiU. Braokln T II I $ t* I 1.1"' 25.7$. SCTCB loads at price; choice lIght
*- .... .s.1 ,_ SI!.. M lit II u I 1 17 .212: .' **Ml ick. PDUa. _.1$ 114 II 11 11 1 St .212''steers reached 27.60. choice 943-lb. ar- Jxe
,.I5.. ... '-to SI IJ* II 14 It 1* .25* JOTIMM*. Braklra 21 M 1IJ $ r 1 11 .271'' lint steers 26.60; mixed steers and heifers srone
CI".. ,.. ,.. tl II T II S 5 2 ia..jitI II 41'. Clntlmutt 4t 13* t SS IS 'If .2 9".;.26.50 and choice heifers 2600: very II..-.
414s5.5lAS4s II 11 1 I 1 1 I .23* LSbiI58.BTii1J5 41 1573342- t I t .21, eral apply week's STerate-tood to. aTeri DAYS
I '(8y4..38ST.It 14It 1 8 t 1 t.JM 'w,,,,, Pktl. ._S7 111 tl IT II t 11 .21 ( e-choice steer receipts sold at 25.25-
........ artdr .rto .... .r.illrM. fb la. 21 S* t S 11 ,* $ ..2471GMihut. "' ,25: ....ble.-npplr choice steers 17JS-
Tow I ITCNINI RECORDS Srw T.t I* It T I t t 1 1.287 IHmuikl. I, 27.65; most good and choice heifera woandap Custodian
PSJ i iI B'Un 21 7* 11 2t It 4 14 .:4z the week at 2400-2550. seTersl-choice
te.hee rMsBury T, _p-.c.__ ISNSSIIIISIVI I* nunkr. BiwiklTn _SS 1U :t.. t 1 I IT .!n !'toads bringing 25." -28.00: otter cows
t It. 433l4131LSSS.
1'mIm1ll. CTlN-lI .12 111 14 21 11 lIt .IXt I IBliiUMr. closed at 13.50 down, tanners 9.50-11.00: .
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t"-ee 55512514- ***
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Ml"IIS, c. Hit I Nsw' Tort :21 91 11 21 1 t I .23. ': stronsweithts 11.50: ; good beef cows
<* Vli 4.... *.. ?.rt t .44431348 S SIN ..S7tts4ats ,
r, _. . i reached: 22.00little passlnt It M. how-
** n t'* its I $ 2 S !J; i
_. ..... ... ....... .__ SI .102 .
# >
S t. 5 ad :- .1;'4-55. rttniwnii a* it a 41 T'l 4 2*,.734.|.Ten; nderweitht natlTa Boathwest bulls
25.5558. $312211121 41 <** witfk. 12.00-13.00. acaliot 630 Ibs. down: weithtler e Funds
.Nfw Tirk 11 19 I It lie $ .is
111* Tat I.UtI
1$ ll M it it Si .n* ; j'
i Wiitkai. bulls 14.00 up with heart' sausage and
= .:= .i : riilni It 134 It. I' t T .KtKT
-- t Sa 14 II' S 1 .TM beef bulls 17.50 Tealers 26.50. mostly
..- .. Bmtnii .__ f 141 25 la SI t 14 .!5! 1 11t..1d. to ; '
._ 3N 11MTTMSSS .1'{ *'l: LU 41 1312131 I' 4 11 ..211Bntntwrf. 26.00 down; mo.* medium to cholc stock
tiWittttC..&" SIP. .011Ie" tvTl ryws58. PMI*. 11 tl I 1 T It :.5*? I Pltti. .... 124 19 U It 'D..254ITCMINB cattle 17.75-22.00 on 25 cents or more STAN COMSTOCK
I... *. P54s. 124.143352 1Pals. 41 .M7 ,hither market as replacement inquiry -E::
5.. ,.. II II 17 II I' t 1 M7 I ---... broadened. -
5._,_ .,.... 4 I* I* 4 t 11 ...T I ItHSstlUt RECORDS Salable atieep' 100 tstlmated: total not IivtstncBt I.e riti*. # $

= ,_, 58 y.. 123314 SI -- a s *t .**,ai. !i it pli ,-chii $4WSII.Ss584wt P*. I!'iflTen old crop! compared clipped week lambs asp these: Supply steady mainly to Phoni Ut5-Telef1Jil DB H .'lII. ;; :-f 4' l' : ? .. ::.I S
--. Cl',..- sf II s* ii-t 1st .a** i I N55.t58I4. P1IiL 'II 11 111 14 t. S L5441 I III. '' 25 hither other classes scarce: slaughter Orlaxle # e '
'5'j.c1.LLL11J .. .... 54. 1.58W $ M It 2* tl'l a .171 **.... Bmt a -1N713T3s33S 1 II .P7 :;, owes 50-75. tower: tap fed clipped lambs *"- : ..l) ;.e' .
=: ci.si. $ UISIItTI ..171t 5,5.. PMI*. SIlil 821 TI ..171Borwry. 'i' 22.50"early for toad tood and choice with .Fepresentini T. Nelson O'Rourke.Inc. ; _
wI .... .- "_ Ws.i. >t 11 it tri 4 s ..311uMe. i '.*,,.. II U IS II II' 1 41 ..1STMmsrr No. 1 pelt ,'otbM' tood I and choIce clipped 4' '
..... .. Piu&15745444341 H ..171r I ft. Lwrii 1175i12352 X 41 ..*. ; lambs No. 3 to No. 1 pelts 21.85-22.35. Member T ;#
nr. nmlMd II Sl It 41 43 S 1 .3*. I IItmtk 1I.rtwft,. X T. 4* !M 14 11 I 4' ....* three and one-half toads mostly choice NA.SD.Ditsp .
..iil iGela flANl.ACT1eNt.. 1355132211 44 .**e ,' Trl 11.. X ,. .II 25 IT II 4 I .545 127-lb. STerates with No. I pelts Included *ocll. Da,
---- r_ BMMM 1.:111.1. 4 .so* ..W,n*.*IIr. Ptni 4T 44 IS 11. S 41 .454 I i at 22.J$. mtdtaiB' to tood clipped: lambs : .
R-*. !I. T 555133834 I I 4 4 .sae ; Rlrkvn. 1'I.. laTTMitua t ..TMI ", 19.00-21.00: three* decks medium 72-Ib.
.,.*.. *.. sM7tl2s 14 .561 i| Mitrd, PhtiL. (I *1 1* Jt 4 t .TM wooled lambs 19 00: few tood and choice: -- ..
mH.-.- _YCE 558,,. rttna* t 2* t$ II 11 i.t: .= Riffle,. B'klya I 21 1* II It. II ..TMKfwrtl. aUTO Spring lambs 2t.-25.:1O.: inside Ie'
Pitlrt. Tkie11 44 St SI Jl PlI",. S 17 37 T I t 1 I.TS* price for fat bucks a to tood I4
p4"' W..25s,4 SITS 11*rtMHr. tWI.M II N U 44 Tl t 2 $ t ..4iiMaxnar. I 1551..75581.t.1141171424 I 1..-I 2 .714 SDnnters 22.00-23 0011=: good and 'j
.444 551155. Branklr II 71 It 31 S* > It ..114fbIs4.(1it.14I323415111
$XI.-S8l82atT8- I ehstce name clipped: tlaathter ewn 7 50-
S- ; .s S5 ..5Jv 8 *4 ? 1 1 4 .ir* .41.331 ,
4e. mainly 7.50 late with straitht culls
.. L .0 Psibsy. .t4 aftow 541*. n.t. 9 ST :n* ig t. $ 4 ..425I I[Ontl. Brmklr* ,1123541 1 II .IS, down .. 4.75.
? .. PsiM4 9 553421222 1 34 I Tiytor. Brmkljr* _It 41 21 t* II 2 t I .M; I
ttnany **N fnpyly, Si.'. ,_ ... ..... $ $tS tSlS 1 IS ..** Tnomnm. JC. V.\ S IT IS It 1* = t 1 ..17Rtra. t FREEINSTALLATION
$ $411113 It I 3.458' St. Lli 27 1* U 11 II ..847s.rIws.PS.II5IU11T ORAHf HANOI
W ft *.*.* .**. VtaM 844J T443SU171 1 .445's I'i 1 .424 Oam Mith. Law CIow
Si.niMaa g :.4** )5554.! BO. s.L, ISSUIJMS 2 U .$21Brul : WDAT-
--- *M 1 $13421271 June ___ ___ _____ _____ .____ 248
i .-. ....i*. iinusstjsiss ..32T'ILC5S58IS I I !*. *4. Utl 41 41 II It 't' .IMwi n '
if I 1 411518fl I 1 555I5558,5T .171 riM. s ii i* ii T K>* July ____ 228 228V. 273 223"
ii f ..., t If M tl S* 1 I :.IM i it i' '.::t. rtne. .- 1* 11 IS 4 I t 1 *$ Sept ____ 224V M4V. 220 i 221 'I '
i 5uFANS ..... ... IS5 4*.4* II 24 t 14 .W ,, L.*. Ctont S SI IS 14 IT t t S ..IML ,' Dee. __-___::_ 221 22IH 218** 218 j
.... 218 216S
W. 2174 211V
4512115 !* Savtyennelf
r_ r II !* IT 11 11 .sa i L I XOT Torit IS I' ---- ,
r Braoklja II It 2* IT IT 81 Jt* CORM-
43332422 S .333 **r.
; = = S !T2Stlia. It JSS I I a '. *. T. IT 4S 2* Jt I 4 S .171 July ."______ 18'ti I80 4 188 188% from money trouble
,. II'7 *4 14 U' I I' .S3 155%. : 177 I7H I7SV4 178Dee.
.... 1,451433122 'I :" Braor Bronkm i -
II II tt 4 44 .SM .:::::_: 161 1S1. 158V* USty I
f f'i t S .2M Mwitv 41ltna It (4. -
1SIaM $I." eIsb.P755,4. P514.. t, t ttlllll--l 11424131 3 .!5ti i itv i I! Bihr. Plttflmri: 1* It II,Jl It I IS :.M KaT .__u_-- 157. 1J7H 1 4V 1J4H 75 TO'300 -
fr _... 7454121 1 14 ..255u..s.ws.i. ;, .4. B 55158 I 4* U 14 II ** II OATS-
.- 14 .!'II = B* MI f 14 II 1* i 1 1 g .4M Jal7 ____-_ no.< 99 96% 91%
tMSSJtial .
fI ,....;. ,... ,$4q.ff ., I ati---s..*t | TuxtorMMT. n,, ,25342T| Si 1 21 .4M Sept. 90 91 89 V. 89.aDee. .1 88
...*.. ... 14544 I II I 1 Hrtkl. rtxriMMtl 1125111121 XI :.44 __--">__ 86*. 88V 11I".a.' ... SOMMII CU IITES DELUXE FIBERPLAID
Ifric hseN "'... ,! 5 .. Pfitikvrak I 41 41 H IS X XI ..44RISK. 'i'Mar------------------ 544 : COUPE
........ ........... W-...*..54.55.......*sNI*. ta4 858 Ik SS* llel1.***..k.Itk.. ran.SM.*. ,I, N1ft._ *_ r491.!ft.! lasts _Jt 1* M It *tl t 14 25 Jl IT I I 1. 8 I'$ ..132.3JSWn I I ID5C.II.UU.ET-: nn.__ ,un' __n_ _u_ '13614I 11u-. 'I .

ORLANDO n. ..,....... .. LS41 M. II .- i, (ntolr.: Bm<*a.- 'In* 4* U IS S X 12 4 ..SIS.332t $ 7.7. t.46 Hide in cool, clean comfort dress ?
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t Cart. Bnto $ 1 -
..... Ti 'atam.. I>*t .H MI dW.s. 11.I I ..II tl Jl II 11 1 IX ..SSII Citrus seeds are peculiar in thAt np 10ft car and add
Crkkia Cb4sIa.
AmUHCECO.to __. ... ...>i* wttk PWIIci Cilcag* JM lar ,I 15r4.,. bci. Pit*, t tt 14 'SUI. t t.ut each results in more than one. I 11.67 14.11 U Its value and beauty protect
4155 8.Trt 1 aph lstefJ.
.. W48558, B>frmlMr" <*r. PbLtS41TlSS-iS.2M : citrus seedling plant only! one ofi $200 15.56 13.51I1300 Assorted colon .
54. *, 45 tand to MI nn. U.M. .
.ii % t***** **.. tMMam I a_ ...... nil &.u..*.. nlra" It ,, rnamii...Clle.!M.U-PM. 433241121.* IS St 14 U. 11 It ..2MMmidt. =- i which can be the result of the f ertilization _53.34 25.36I Anti. leatherette trim. Coven folly protect seats.J COACH I
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.it -.- .......rtl. BUT* 9 31 31 II II I' ..117Xnmt. o
Cliir. S41U 1$ 18 I 11 Jtt Peru a.1I' Sedan
t t ... ,... ... 1251N :
*1. iMii-PMUaXBU l*** Wnnvttk 'Satd :
X MIlL X** Mra *MM no 'The only air-conditioned shop la ernrnmdA 'IUlUllted '
I 43 ...z kit ..tS4.5Th.. 1r-:8\** *1. Lai Central rtoricU I'I'I ?l4'S t't
1.. ,........ w-. Ovctr ffc.M 7044 i itk BwMknlta. Ctarltpart: *444 Mr man = 550501.4750 Dtqoat xtqIae4' SEARS eat4 i
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1. p... 1At. .... II. ... vltk B MIIM. Bnaklr tU4 fr SuitI Oran;. & Washington Phon. 9813 'II
...i1.. ;g4d. **.**, Bieyeles I 8415 witk f. R_'.... PkUadalakia .... : r.:. Washington St. I One'Hou r Fr.
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Realtors Thank ;>- ---l I!r .- f '! f;!!l 1s:: iTh1iYffJT21] 1 JJj bdJJjifJi'. 7 r i. t si 1011J r't1.i. "I I


Bill Supporters :: Summer SHEET ROCK PLYWOOD 1: t a


i t'Pfto A(' of Realtors) : 1
TRAM 'JM Wl were introduced in the present I Lull Reported LUMBER CO. i 5

flt' *'" -- .1.1REAL
""' approximately 400 more in the io Spur St. rlaat* *
". ....,*. As soon as all those passed have I I .
..... .I "... .. tAr Governor the ir T. A. PRiCE"fOJr
people of Florida will
...... On Staff CoDELAND "-J\nd(!,t 1
w- !1fM .Lis- they are to live under the next two -The usual Summer-'

'rears and what the toll will be in i lull in real estate transactions Is ESTATE ASSOCIATilWANTED
I cwt Strangely enough, the Real- *
i being felt in DeLand as the sale
I tor's special bill, H B 195 a bill to !lof properties has .dropped 'to : IL : -r i
further the jY
I protect investing pub- minor transactions according to '

He against unscrupulous real the number of deeds recorded 0
I I J .
1 f estate operators, had an uphill during :'the past week in the

| battle with forces which would county court house. Active men or women to list oMw e.. eS .... E Eand

have thrown the State wide open t Brokers however are optimistic Country properties to people MC ltuHsd >> .. f
to the abuses of 1925 and 1926. about a pick-up soon
Respite many smoke screens because there is still a heavy vertising brings to you. Exp ..*.. tMl IF 1tI .

however the bill finally became demand for small homes and w* train you for tit ...... .
M law by a close vote of 35 to 31. business properties. But none Y
Florida Realtors voice grateful believe there will be a repetition .MI A profitable permanent connocitai w..I IM 91
I>: appreciation for the help of those of last .Summer's market which

Interested in 'Florida welfare and was one of the most active since I... ". .,.._ c '. I largest advertiser of Country Reef r.II.. ....
progress who stood by an render- the boom twenties. -- I ness 47 year Many of our a......... w el'j I
A Mtttt ed aid when needed. room which can be 'mode into a private state
*, Prices: despite the lull have I II i over $8.060 per y...
room. Windows over wings[ are cut in general
not dropped appreciably and, according -
: new Presidential plane, a DC-6,
IIBSISBHIIUK' FLORIDA t REALTOR DID I to Richard Bell local real : passenger:; space. When painting of the plane !

I'rood..ork of Sen.in Hawkes aid of the of New amendment ; estate dealer there is little pos-i i as unveiled in SanJa Monica, Cal. Three rear '0 is completed, a stylized eagle head will cover STROUT REALTY AGENCY
sibility of a change until the construction windows in the of Conference
are placed area the
Jersey in bringing about a 15per 0 problem} is eased and ,, ... nose. !iI! 318 W. Colonial Drive: p. O. Box MM O irNNIR ilia
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rent increase in rent ''
prices of labor and materials de-
... --....,law through agreement of landlord cline. 'I i The National Safety Council'' OFFICES: COAST TO rtfcT
..., -.erne M .... er N:. and tenant in a lease to run : Indicative of the still crowded Trade Union'Slowdown7 estimates that an accident resulting -
.-.........,ere M .... until December 1948. Pres.Werly 1 conditions which exist here is the Building ------- --. - ".
l .e. ....... y ".w I Is of the opinion that fact that apartments and vacant ,, in a disabling injury may occur{
N11wq w.ssa. M uhlw ..de thus opportunity will be really homes to rent are still almost impossible i I to a resident of one of every four "
.... ... .. ........ ,ttt.4. .... I I welcomed by a large number of to find although the I': farms in the country this year. "j"I
+. Neee 41. w1 UnanU who are willing and tourist season is over. i I Set I
." able to pay out of larger in- i'I Quiz |Doirt Forget
-- ..- ewitf. Veterans who have been given i : JUII titiI
.. .. ...... .. j tome but who bave not been lots by the for the
) city most
...-.. .-.. ........... 0... allowed to do so under OP A. i part unable to start are building on I II I I 1IREQ'NEILILEEs*- A TITLE INSURANCE ... -.... ....-_.....
S e Ifal h..4 ... ... + {th ir home'.sites. There is considerable : -! WASHINGTON [UP] Chairman Hartley reveal ? I I I.le floe .It- -'*'

REAL: ESTATE continues to be i doubt..whether: more than last night the House Labor Committee will investigate -.; .. ,.. ..

MlK4'NEAtf INC.iwais.a buy. equity prices hayIng ; a few of the scores who have I j,I charges thatbuilding trades .unions have staged a "de- I'-I! .....Gf,lie;::..-..............
held well
up comparison made application for .the lots willlbe :! liberate slowdown" against the nation's housing -ft'M: *'" 1E1 I ... s...wra..
to stock equities which have been able to start home construc- j program. S. 1
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t-M t MMae.as.e1 I tin dropping wages In cost the of face living of and increase farm II tion--before-- -the year---is. --out.---- j:including_ :"We: union have members receyedhese theme _charges. from many sources, !r a1i c.FJ ...... & ...

products an unusual state of the selves" Hartley I I ( = ,
stock market. In 100 per cent I', the National Market Letter of':'' said. i:, Murphy Sale Set II I i / t''es.M .
areas store prices are up. apart- Real Estate Research Corp. "Theyallege 1 [l"o' The Sjndoy Sentinel S'crt /' L ..>-
ment buildings higher than a year i that labor lead I ARES-Sixtft'n parcels of SKILL + EXPERIENCE
I I01IE .... -
COUNCIL of National
aro.' raw land and lot prices a ''f I ers are afraid ofa -Murphy Act lands will be offeredfor Makes an the difference In the world ? ,
shade weaker due to lower build- i Association of Real large housing .1.4 sale at public auction at the in construction. f } 1
in? activity. Farms for farmers { Estate Boards meeting last program becauseit rourt.house Monday at 10- am. Lawyers ..., ._ '
I are still In the gilt-edge class ; week In Chicago, paid tribute to would make The land to be sold is- located I "Morris Builders Has Both"One I
with .good prospects according- : the outstanding work of the I them enlargetheir 'largely in Umatilla. t RICHMOND. V..
- Florida Women's Councils particularly unions to a LT contract and savings means to one responsibility Wl Trust Department-Till* I...,..... d iReprrcaii i
the projects of Greater I 101LConsuU I
point where they
I g t
Lake Land SoldTAVARESIri
a Miami and Orange County. might 1 lose con- i .. Your Local Architect
i trol. Hartley I --r r: Tk <::urYicy Senrtot! Start a
ATTENTION C. Pound has We will appreciate an opportunity I ..
Winter ,
Garden to - --
Plans The New Jersey Republican bid on your project.
1 i sold 60 acres of unimproved Lakei i E
announced that th Investigation
Sewer System Work would be conducted* by a i i 1 i$6,000.County. land to Simon H. Blair for MORRIS BUILDERS INCEdfewater

I 0W4MERCIAL: REFRIGERATION DEALERS I subcommittee headed by Rep. I
723 Drive Fk. 4UI
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Seer The S.
to ndoy Sent netStartWINTER Gwinn [.N.Y.]. I1 I

I meeting GARDEN of City Commission At a special I It will be part of an overall 1: Jas. Gamble Rogers II tnf : t
1III Dealer tit.
wive 4 Franchise available
'probe of union racketeering scheduled : ;:
Thursday night attended by W. B.
firr".itr.Gillett" Display Cases, Reach- I Burch Ward Britt Roy Pulmer. for this Summer. I Architects Engineers O tH : r
Clarence Thompson and. Atty. i Building Consultants ... P. tr
.... Frozen Food Cabinets, Walk-Ins, Franklin. an ordinance providing I' Some primitive tribes'play r : FOR YOUR HOWl
I for construction. Improvement and games at funerals in which the POST OFFICE BUILDING .
.ftc. gene, wire or writeRefrigeration I dead is to take -
| extension to the present water and j person supposed WINTER PARK FLA. r
sewer system was discussed and : part. I tl t I I ill t -
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I[prepared to be presented at the a .4
C. & regular meeting of the commission :: I Lawnmowers I CaulldJlr c.m- 1 + ;s
!Monday evening. Important Notice I I pound l. Tabct
Project will cost ..
approximately $19.95 Up I Quarts Gano tl .
i NM ..s. S. Phone 2.1223 150000. and will be met by the Overhead carafe doors 4-sec r++ WVENTILATED
WEST i issuance of revenue certificates. SeckingerInsurance tion type, 8 ft. x 6 ft. 8in. BRUCE" ROMAX WIRE:
PALM BEACH. FLA. Construction will begin on the i:
t j project as soon as possible. iI i I Agency' Floor .CIranrr ENTRANCE
ever "* water CABLE;
I : $7950; oa line floorsRUBBER
: 4-H Girls Set for Trip 1 Slaved toHuckel.O'Neal COATED
$1.95 I
To gal. WIRE
Washington Meeting

\ [Soecial to The Sunday Sentinels. I Bldg. i FRANK SUPPLY GO.

lUMUM\ TAVARESXMrs. Lucie K., Miller 118 E. ROBINSON AYE.FIIOXC : I Drop, Cloths $8.00 to $23.00 rhitrtt ?
L- : Lake County Home Demonstration < 611 Brookhaven Dr. tjnUNif -
-- Known a* J&tousles-1 Agent will leave Tuesday !! 9944 .a ,
Phone 4750 Tarpaulins $15.00 & $16.50 .
Slight turn idjusU I f or Washington to chaperone the <
aster from inside to anile.OUTDOOR two Florida 4Hclub girls who .
any ----- --
dJ t'' #\ --- -- AWNINGS AND MM MfYou
'" iD" ..... will attend the National Club camp Double Actinc Ha_'. Trowtls
.e.M :there. .
i The girls attending'from Florida Floor Hinges 35c up You get the atmott IN ,rahty lW"fI '
are Betty June Platt of Brevard I Rubber Floats beauty, with th... gratefully esres.d ......
I VENETIAN BLIND : County and Shirley Jones of (d- $1.80 $1.85 nia CUarbcart REDWOOD Av4f. .wr
Citrus County. Mrs. Miller is president ntd ventilated foator .M.r*. 1r aMl r e
I *rlt s 1 4S$ Baked Enamel finish I of the State Agricultural Extension summer comfort. Budget plan
,, t,+* hoof RMt Prof Hurricane Proof I 1 Service Workers' Assn.. Removes Dirt and Grease Let our designer .h w y*. what= ;u
fMr 7 See tnttalia lions In Miami area] and secretary-treasurer of the for your .ham*. N. .bllf aU**. .
hoop. I Rata aid 8 n-Ut in the Air j State Home Demonstration Agents LIQUID 1I .4 k ?1WleI ABE YOW SLEEPING phones

I I Assn. I 1 As Advertised la Better Hemw a (..,*- e Cr fe..I....
--_- For wills, floors, painted IN ANDOUBLEVALUE
| CLEANER tarttctt...windows,TcoctiaaHindt
Firm Chartered ,, ,taaton,dishes,flats Ventilated Awnings ef Qrimll
I''! [?{rd! t to T"e Sunday Sentlhe'-SfGrl ,..., ssnt ware antes.No polishing! (lJ
f' MOUNT .DORA/ Charter of Only 69 Geode on bands. Only 3 tea.. 14 E. CHURCH IT.-.88M lit
.TY Pine Crest inc. of Mount Dora apoons to a salloo of wat rt
woo I lists O. 1'!. Simpson as president. $130 >a quart "WE SERVE CENTRAL FUMNM>p'
C-J. Brown as vice-president andLewis
j Carroll as ':secretary-treas- I----
I urer. Orlandolntn Garden '!J1 >... taii..1 ..4e

: Leesburg Lot Bought, : : aiii ,

r I fSoecio! to The Sunday Sentinel-Star! i
1 LEESBTJRQ-The Main'St. lot i!
228 N. Orange Avenue Telephone 6001
on which M. & M. Theaters will
.e..n.t-- .. .a e build their new. 1,400-seat house I -- -
1 has been purchased from Duce M. j
Barcus for 10000.

rrw.wq.wwX Umotilla Realty Sold:. I II i I (1/sJIIJI O/ 1e

> [Soe-'d to The Sjndoy Sent(I&-Stnrl I
t UMATDLLA-r-Eva, McCulloughand M1/
JSallier Dent have, sold their I 1
property in Yancey's Addition to SEALED INSULATION
i Mr. and Mrs. R. Harold Mahoneyfor t 0BEAUTYCRAFT .t4.MJ.II.

PJLA. financed Goodman Buys House 8c Sq. Ft. I
Far lee CktlBUU Call
'Spe icl >c The,Sundby Sent-net-Stcr]
I .E W LITTLE Distributor Central Florida MOUNT DORA,- Robert M. l lie l Sq. Ft. Installed
Goodman has bought the Fran-
M E. MM SU K**
s+eiM T Winter Park 172M cis G. Moorhead house" in. .Sylvan I
Shores for 9000. r Mikror Yard
I i Alum iaaw SkeUBrackets' Can Reduced

., .,' :"<1 I $10.50 From to

$1.15 pair
,aaas rui. r nz;, : I $8.95 !

White Pin I Gardea Tools; I t

: 'A. NEW. COAT OF PAINT Panel Stock I Fun ft Complete
r VyRp

: 19cSq. Ft. I u.

Give"-your home a ne v lease on life with Carpenters Hammers $1.25

Dozier and Gay paint. Its long wearing .
qualities make it popular with those who L Hand Saws $4.35
C.lll '
want and demand the best. _
RipSaws ._, $4J5
t You'll find'a'variety of colors from which .:' ..11.

I i A 5-Acre Ufcefront Estate You've Dreamed of Owning r to choose at Piitman Builders' and all the ....

\ : advice too< that 'you need to help you with BARBECUE SETS reduced from rL au r I I IWYCKOFF'S

I pi ....4 w Nls.y 32. 4N tent .* lake. Mill enhance In value. A modern tile ranch your problems. Call 2-3108 or stop in to

i! ..... w4Ng a .....*_i. S fcalh. screened Using porch. lone cathedral ceiling living see us this week. $22. 0 to $16.50LUMBER
tb'e.....E. lite n .n and lifetime roof. Lure dining room with fireplace
l\I sod a ..rrW porth. well landscaped plenty of gardenias
j ? ,...c. brie"Ike + H
It.tlt iHJ. Replacement raise of buildinrs approximately .
m1 tkaAN w
i Ij Oar ait. en this property. One mile north of Casselberry -
I .p" raal m offer. T S JW
f Jl Lava: J.m tract adjolninf available. Ideal seaplane base. ,

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t Co, tl .- "Where Merth *At .......

I M. J. MOSS N. Orange at Railroad I Kuhi
I I It TeL 977 e 2524 S. Ave I tan
... 0 Phone 4139 I o. -

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I 33 Articles for Sal .-
: f..* It Ls 'M F.tnd 18. berrlc.es Offered I IArnlANCK 19. Services Offered 19. Services Offered I 33Articles for Sale I T" miI' -.
; sii-.4 drawer*. oval mirr nG 8 .
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A v. ... Ia 1IHa. rststalnt EERVICB-.R nf fans.wasbrri HOOVEH% VACUUM CLIANSR !pn. I WASHING MACHINE RA I I i T ROOM AC5N"Ha, I ti. s 8t 114 W. Smth 81 55.1 &HeY Ce. .&..:I .

; ..arr $5 .&no radio All appUancci.Adaptlnc 1 "ice. Bumby Hardware Co. 102 W. I m.kel Maytag M.rl.. Towel bars paper Bolder, I 22&1.DR"PG Srd tLT5 '.
t 2-311. I
f ., Colony Theater
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$5.5.' I oU lampt to electric aspf Church: Phone 6104. I 'P.:3to: some re .
- tally. Pick up tenricc. Caldwell I Winter soap dishes > ... '
I 25 5. t-c-
-. _-1M"Ja l nil I and Harria. 2213 Edicwater Dr.. C.15. HOMES CLEANED and repaired Inside Items. Knox : TALPb 19 C.. l. le :3 .
Park phone 2-1972. and out. Licensed and bonded WASHING JC REPAIRED Phone 2-3163. I II 11. '!" :! ,. -' .
and .ro b1ln.
L-: I dale phone 2.2037.EOUSECLWtING All Ink 12.' RANoEsuniversAlso L"
Classified ACETYLENE and electric veldlnt: P wnric BRIAD BXWte eD.me$ I ELECTRIC of water he.ters. .. -' :'
lbef.w I I .chin* work on pumps saw mills SERVICE-General ris..t2: Edgewater Dr. College p t I .De 1I I complete tine L _
..m s '' and road construction machinery; spring. Fast work. neat service. 2-172.. Phone 2-38. I Johnson Electric Co. 2 Chucb.I ? = wI d551 1
".rssrst hualnmm and brass eautinc. McKJLny I We clean = 15-. .=: y Machine Work 131 W. Kaley. floors and furniture. Service is man- WELL DRUJUNO-We.specialize'I I BICYCLE Pay a* rIde II oil r.ngg like ; t. I Id -: "
I Janitor. small diameter deep 2", 2, mile for a penny. IGETR-&nU
i I tied by old experienced .I. la 1 ECTRIC r I
S.b Come 513
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1Mf..pe.. and 3" Can pump with easy P.7.Dt. wm -
ADVICE TO BUILDERS-And Housekeeping made easy. For the 1st.n 1. atfu.
complete. I II ;
III. Pnh,. Mi 5.fl41sa i the new Whla- ice box new kitchen' sink : range. ::
notation Sea Mr. Igoa at best. can 23245. I loa FHA plan. or writ P. P'I '
i ii i iI golf
I f %Nt.iiWit.S B HI ft fflW**** ill and Mrbraska. 8UPPI'1 I i i French. Lens" Ca. Phone .. !: ser Motor Sales. 602 K. Or.DI..n.. I set of left handed spauldlng I 11.5 bufet .' : ." >_f .
Bx Pf HOUSE REPAIRING AU kinds. Estimates F. ,.
Inter .ns .
8\. si. Caa'asaaa given without chars Ph. Phone 2461.BICClrl' dub and comlDun.tluec.tn. rool.11. ., < "
Luis. CHALMERS SERVICE gay roll. .
f jajajkia aaa*** very little Winter Park. 188. j i 30.000d Places i Almost new. Can I other < .f draw .9 -
Camp. |I .
_. at .... a.. parts uacton and power 1U. { i t Et Bier Street. Da Mont Television let many i 11'0' ch r 0. .
-S Pann and Horn Machinery Co, 40W.Robznson LETTER WRITING and public steno.graphy. ; .eD I Items. Come to the next to S 00.UI' .
*** oraaa* 918 .... Pa*** i i I Zth eoD 505.
I HI : phone 3-2713. ]I Mail and phone servtce.1Parker CLOVER GRILL Excellent food. BOAT-Century made Marine plywood I Post QtHce. Maitlan.....__... I I larsiufuitare.cbeaP .I lIlly
.. w.rtM..; '' Business Service. 2-1287. 1 Reasonable prices prevail at this : 14 ft. long. like new. 1121 I EiETtIUCANGES Apartment boy a bicycle. $30; -# f '. '
AWNINGS porch enrtainx. Venetian I I I ?
$5.a HM, aft f 1 pa*. 1, .. glide eominc. Pull line cf | LAWNS -Grassed: top soil. i Ipeal. high .restaurant. Everyone fD N. 11'1 728. 1! sisc and full sixed. For immedl.teI C.n .. 15.. pCt' 1.- -
...(. .avert*!. Phone 9828 Plorid. Awniat Work guaranteed. Zberhardt. i joys eDl fried chicken. T I' BARBECUEQRILLS,- Presto loss, I delivery. Modern Appliances Ic"j Phone lmtar. -"
432 8. Hunhey. I 21740. i 9. Cow i! picnie Ice boxes. lowing eb.I. I I 428 N. Orange Ave.ELECTRIC .00 I .. .
I.. .. tVawty rarlwfs I ICo. I LOTS: CLEARED Prompt serriee. I Picnic ia style. Com by Mills and PANS-JUSt received 1h1 5isi ...
estimates time. lit Irrin. Nebraska. stock and a.- S
Free any I See our w

A *M *5 MAtrrV SALON-44'i APPLIANCES SERVICED W.ablll.1 phone 2-1147. John Newton. 13. Good Thinrs t Eat I II BEDROOM SUITE-See Twin. 409 mahogany.Malloy !,1 .en.Lumber Co M. Orange and and save 1. .- 1t art, *sse..ta '. ..
weeks. at
Used two i iI
Railroad. ul -
Cr fc R.MlU TheaHh machines aeirlced. Prompt. dfi- I LAWN MOWING-With power mower 1 I psrrba. fccaa .
bare tl for 1000 ft. Estimatesfor palmetto; someI i St. or call 2-7181. I Studio coucI I oa 0r -
Ettabthptra repair on all makea. We I square 1 I IONE-.ITm.. ELECTRIC ROE W. Chu" nni ar.riWc. v
t.r aac the.n'p $ritt.. General Electric .omplete.l.den care by aeason. Wier. Pine Castle. ,, BICYCLE Boy's new Colubl. with ,! end "ble. cof.e table and other I C.65 -
S5. H4r5. pa 631. Pranchtned Dealer. 356 N. or.ut.1 W. C. Prase. landscaping.- 2-4409. F. Dial 2-376. j i! extra accessories. 2233 F.lb.D!' Items. Church St- to up.. I l, v. < .?

tlf ..1&a. Fla. Mildred Phono $142.PPUANCI. LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED and I!I VALENCIA OROE The best to Ave. Winter Park. i Cottage Bin Road. West on Oak An. I Walter J. Wheel la- rL "

ftjia ,vaa*** aw. Betty I sharpened. 24 hour service. Work i|I ship. We Also for i iI I!I BREAKFAST SE. maple; S piece I l block West of WLOF towers. con. Pounded 13. _, B -
*MMra Pi-Max .. DorathyAB picked up and delivered. Atomic Machine i I I home use. 81.7J bushel. Grapefruit i I II i maple living set ice box; I ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS Also .. .. La 05'o. JIIi' :
f 'e1' ltz with & Welding Co.. 1166 8. Orange 75e busheL King Fruit Co. 1401 W. chaise league; spring and mattress select this FANS-Ute-liod 1t d".f
l *aly eftkrleat SERVICE AD pptiarnier. I b .11. o .
I Pour 36Westlnxbouse. -
Ave. Winter Park. Writ or Washington: 7267. bicycle nook set: .. Ine. K. I meter p & S
,< __ P5.S "'2. ante* . .u acAtrrr 8i: able. Work auaranteed. R. N. Uedh I Ii stove. "1050 N.. .n. Wit I Robinson. Founded 1936. Myers. c. .. -- f
i .- Pt I. r. ta *e* them ph. 7364 or 2-3021. MIRRORS RESILVERED. made t* ,I 32. Articles for Rent Park. I I WATER COOLERS and E. Wa. ., .:. .".
order: window tlaxlns glass. Orlando I I i size new 6 RID .. .
once.10 -
_, r.iSsrL Bthla Maack.Martam .I- .5we
T44 Whutdea. ALARM CLOCKS REPAIRED-Any I Glass & Mirror Wks.i 5249. 1 1MATIR.ESSES I FLOOR SAEREsl and polUher. I I 1225. 48 W.Central; i PRLw d .5. .:
2-414. *
kind of clock or electric equipment. i Faint Store. 1 SU
IWIlUpa W. fix etfrythini. B&rkerIs.1r renovated 8. 2-3786. ELECTRIC REPIGETR-; I 141 and 615 W. 1rf i
C :.
I r .. Shoot 48 W. CentraL ;and completely comfort.Dew In anpearance I I I t Onls. I BAT ley new. l Ia I Ijfffl5.-4ofa c. U.= .
r.rUSS IS 5.st ... Fh'I' Mattiw | -New American I Ii East Robinson.
69. 1 sSStresses. 4" 55sh55.ti-a
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Co. 1122 W. Church p
: 22213. I I carload of back
"R i Just received a S
S ... JOt 1. UsIa i edcer. Reasonable rate I I .mele good cb.l. .1 ... -
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I i PLUMBING SERVICE-West Central : 1805 8. Bumby. 7851. 1 I I I cast iron tubs. 4H ba. t 11'
Jewelry lid vatco repair, su r uteed. < R 158 50. complete. 5 ft. bare condition: 128. Can b seen JOt W 55... 55 .
Plumbing &
ii4---iiiwy- i Heating Co. 19 N Il1Iltur. ,
11.4. .
cBt>** *w'' r '. 11 Magrudcr Arc. I I 5flfl Day 22236. Night 7538. FORD TP.ACTOP.-Eciulpped with new tub. $6350. 171.4. 811.1 I I at 1424 17th .
I I .s.oa.s.s.) 18% aft Is *J1ms CABINET AND MILWORK to special OFFICE MACHINES-REPAIREr rouod plow harrow, scoop and 'I IbuUdolu. tale price while they llt I ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR new. :, NO"LF .. s- .

"II order. Central Florida LumberCo. service By hour or CODt"t. WID, Gotha. Fla. Phone 1919J13or Best cash offer t takes R' -- ;
MVI -i"iiu !!i guaranteed. Check with ter Park I Winter Garden 33L, SI Bear .
NfI"Y Nebraska. Nursery and Sealpolnt .
Co._.Mills. LaDda.pID SI.me. e.tfn. oa-ii--ta--opvizir .
George .
;I Stuart. 13 8. Mala 8t. phone
Co. Phone 3 .
.. $ I
and .
Pre-hat CONCRETE etc. W* form. I i 8158. r j I I Lth.n.ELCC tic Yea eaa -. sod .
.U a -lalty Dial 4222. S'co \ I SR.1 I .
: FLOOR edger and polisher
CtVe pour and i I without vr tiiiiaTisjlf
.. REGETR. doors
J._ 0. vIae s.lt. drlTeways. walks and steps. For PAINTING-No. Job too large or too.mall. for 2208Edeewater I Duncan'Phyfe Sec our yard display Saw* = ,
Let us restore that New : !! S
._ h .- .u nwn.lw prtc estimate call 20256. Dunham look to your home. Bonded licensed. Drive, e r"l !I BATHROOM TILE in Rust-Proof Per- I dining room suite. Old APOP- : bee Ca.. X. Oraak Aft. 554 P *V I" $0 .
a* Miami i .:. U* ahans 99M. __ FLOOR SANDERS Two mauie. AU colors. free Highway IV blocks beyond Falr- -
ConrreteJCo.___ Stanley P. Curtis. 23930. ; new. L. COt I It. road. .
TW' If'
-S:- *% .rt ,. "'_ apa w *_ ". Cash I edsers and two polishers for estimate Per.tl Floryi2 Ave. Route Box 323. ., $05.55 -
PIANO TUNING-Expert repairing. : G .<-
l' at ? : dial --
will ayS you re.sn.ble rates. Smith Lumber Ornn 18. ELECTRIC New 9 aaaaa
and prices
SAW-Por.ble. I.e
carry I Becker 441 N. Huchey St. 2-4118. I. sum and etl. &
14. IWar.*fa and In,trwtlon_ money. Bring ns your clothes. Su- Summer rate S4. City limit. Co- Orange and Railroad. STROL-"W.Jt.Rd..." Wapat. POI delnf7. smith Lumber C*. *. Oraaaa Ate
perlor Cleaners. 214 Boone St. FLOOR SANDER and edger; also cabinet Willard I I and Railroad.
.vv-1_ KwnseOTtag. Rurk'' :: PIPE CUT and threaded to your apei 102 W. Church. block In 5136. -
and Hard.a. j ji
floor polisher.
"t .a of new : I
Naal taurmauoaal cormponAylMaa CONTRACT BUILDING i I cification. Florid. Pipe & Supply nnde Colonl.lo. I G biia- BeaaMM. s.q .6
<. 1.1*,.. approved U homes and repairs to homes and Co.. 630 W. Church; ph. 511$. I Hdw. 252.uh j-2821. i iI I ELECTRIC WATHETT.b* I Spanish Pta l.a.. 8a.f Ma. ii.I
"" 5. buUdinn of any kind. Repairs fin I TYPEWRITER Special !I I top. Imedl.te deYef7. "obnS'* Phone $712.GARBAGE .
0 PO' Ml* t282. PAINTING I
__ Fullard. 39 E. Amelis -Waterproofing; all masonry f '
anced. See T. P. I monthly and quarterly rates. Checkwith BAT S..IDI Elch.D.e. Uo ,
mm aCHSOaV-CaaiitoU your HUB 2-4032. I|I surface floss system Dr.. ph. 4826. PA
: phone ___ George ".ID'St. ; i iI iI ch"J
*** M fc Bt la spar UBM with CLAY BUILT Also lime rock Porches doors windows gcreened.I phone $158.I Stu.r I S Carload cast Iron, enameled bathtubs step-on ca T'iiiro
Bonded. Insured. N. .. Barnes. 7452. I I c1 Smyth Lumber ***
45.15.5 5.SI Testa firnishedPT I I in recessed and torner p.tt.r ; |
partnt with surface treatment.:I PLASTER TOOL SERVICE Paint { livery. Johnln'l Sewing R.Ure.d. ,
5. booklet.P RA .cn
:[, PATCHING by an expert. Complete over rim or diverter .
Work cuartnteed. Bumfay A Sunpaoo. wit :
.. r. I II
.. :
.. 5.5.51. *. O. c. Inc. Phone 5437. Also minor repairs. Orlando Home .IUbeDCb. valve No E..t.DU. 10 CoID.1 Ph GASOLINE LANTERM t .
power I | $
I .: = p 0 net.W Ods54.. _ i Maintenance_ ; dial 9948.I payment. 36 months to pay. Libby :I L I burner Maatlc* ASs l I
CONCRETE SERVICE Floors I and misc. Young's Tol RentaL 100 Freeman. j ELECTRIC STOVE-Practically _.. !j I'I
Ct88t8 PURMOKl Quick PLUMBING REPAIRS Bill for I Coleman easeS -i
roofs drlreways. steps and walks.The I W. Washington. .
apt. sine; 130 Cottage Road. I
H Hdw. 2524: K I. "
.H-BJB4 ... ato-nt .t. best ia enslneerinc. workmanship i prompt guaranteed repairs. Phone WLOF Radio !
**drr etpert teacher and materiaL Free estimates. I S059. Residence, 1729 Grand. I' 33. Articles for Sale OIlte t.e. I GRINDER-On* HP.. 1 Pm*** 4
f.L.rn ._ .*l>. VMra approved For concrete work of all kinds call ;I 1I 1---- BOATS-Correct Craft andcruisers 1' ELECTRIC WAFFLE IRONS "Pres--I er
I I run.b1t
: ; Ya.
o._ ., .nanai .. Aerawataacy Concrete Co. new and to- cootrr. 2H 4, 12-o.uart. Fair 1r A
1780 or 9530. Buchanan PAINT ESTIMATES-Color FANS-Gyro; different from I 1Isd. Ol Store. .
,II,. I -'c..n Qty Luga CONCRETE-FLOORS-DrKe-ways. \0D Reliable painters ll' ATC other. A sixes, easy to Install. Town canoes various lengths Chucb. GLIDER CHAIKS.-e50S : r 1 t, *.
6001. Gliddens.I See them Dial item and Sln. for outboard EASY CHAIR Tables studio .
flagstones. Reasonable. Thirty At 2.034. 513 VirACCORDIAN --I ecb fortabl tl. IS. OrU 5I
steps H.tl
,M w_T* i.wP.r. ad racTic*. years In business. Free estimates.C :i I sinia Drive._ _ molor..Pine .' ft Construc- i nl'wheel barrow .o ee. Co.. 141 .ad Ill W. I
!I Co. phone
,_ .! Overspln Dr. Just !I II -
sad s-
r..tH W. Nldy.WinterPark469._ _ PAINT 9x12 rooms: ceiling and -Finest WurllUerfSie In 2-24& ph- Winter Park 481ncICRrETOa". Fab.D, GARBAGE : J
c 1n ..!- M_ week. 139m. BOAT-100 b.p. dual Ker- i -
S12 including flat oil. Low I| l"nUOD.
,. n WORK driveways: steps. new; 120 base 2 shifts beautiful Heavy CAR.111
8i pa-ni t*>4.if. !I math motor. Phone :
?: ,.._ att4 walks floors. septic tanks: i1nns.d. Helfand. 2-4287. Ivol. color make offer. Len..d Box Florida. 373. 'I Hardware. f !
.. bonded: Southern States Floor ROOF roofs installed. Santord. I 2-1841. L..4 .- / *
t' Travel JHfurmaUenVATtDM8 RPAG-N.w 'j CAMP STOVES-Just received a air as aood as .. Table model ..'s 5' $0"osasee. .
r. .. C... 1716 or J-2206JorMtlnutM._ painting.E AQUELLA-Costrots water leakace. I 1 rant with deep .1. cooker. Can be ia--. .505. f1:
L' :: sa .M tickets .J1 CRT cLEANVi"O-We employ only 'i Red the Roofer"" Phone 2-1255. dampness or seepage on brick i 102 large W. shipment.Church. Bumby .r leD at Plfor 910r"l.1 C 135 N.Main heavy duty are... ipseibi .
5. anilaaj Travel ..n.*. 30 skilled experienced help: and I I :'colcrle. lItec or any kind of : B ft I Servlc caraer SelsiI i'
UarDuff I II' masonry. Smyth Lumber Co. N. Or- CHINA assortment of 130.uRGSPEA Jackton.GALVANIZED. ., I .
p p_ il'mM. modern machinery. Try.ns. :I' RADIO SERVICE All makes radios WARENI. I I 1
.. .. MICH Womaaion Cleaners. 204 Rldxewood. corner I!, and phon. Free Htmat. pickup anseand_ -Railroad. < .terD.. .. 102 W.Chu real .,$7.50..10 1 WARE .. _. t.. :
Ii RQ5alind.Phone 21060.WCTRICL"iOuUet. ,I and delivery. tuari AIRPLANE stock I I IELECTRICCLOCKMahoeany aprtnkktra pall s0.5.05 .0 t. .
tavtk .. drive. MODEomPlet. tlrnnsn's Loan Office W. Church.
.. rnaa* w and i antee on all work. 0 B. Radio models Ho-o'! iwURC I 2 1 -.
t wiring Brit measuring WUaaaKardwar :
Ikl. aries RIGERTR I eaaa
Me* +" Iaa 4 car 1
g ,
I II: repairing. Work guaranteed. Time i: Service 356 N. 8942.I Railroad, boats rull. un Modelsupplles.flaleys. : up.ct I *. 316 8 asisTrail. It'. ,- "'
---I N. 1 Immediate Walter J. Wilcox I ixh. Automatic irons travel tN.
1' and off electric 21 "f7. Phone itlTTGRASS .. ,
4 a ... switch to turn on Or.DI. 6.' K-M
1-st. t.iir Inc.. 61 E. mixer. Wyckoffs Hdw 2524
-- Founded -
window lights etc. Automatic: I: RADIO INTERCOMMUNICATION. : ALUMINUM WINDOWS Robison. 116. .
: .. e *. rtl* slinK Double Kuhl. SHEARS-8eMll C. >
:. 113 Inlt.UI'd. Ph. 2-1872._ j i Installation and n..lrc Also n hUD.Coat less than .trl windows. CREMONA VIOLIN-Present owner from. 8125 eatf KM8 ..
rI It I pairs all home i I 40 years. Phone Winter ELECTRIC WATER REATEI j: : lt r
'Or ELECTRICAL REPAIRING and house on car ndo Nevr paint. won't 2-2862 I Co.85 E. Pu** Pa 3-S -
I tsrs s4 __..y boat at Miner Willis.ElectricalContractor. 'I Fuller Bro. 114-B Park An. reduced 20*. Southeast w.f.i Park. and 40-gallon: also ga* 30-tallon j' co
4514. I &
Call Pc
11I sm Tr..1 8erYtn.I" wiring. I water heaters. Bumby Hardware, 102 GAS RANGE.Mssk CM. 8fM .
.Ia' Wil..r : ph. 619. Co, W. down :I SIDING Tne .
__ perfect
10 .r. t1r.
I'S I m.iio4. stairs. C .n W. Church. I I Excellent eanaHtaa Paaj .-
4 VU !' ELECTRIC CLEANER SERVICE- I RUGS UPHOLSTERY C I' _? ; I i.. brd fo exterior 1. Saves te ELECTRIC FANS I I OARAGE DOORS-2. *aa m'I ..
I Several
mm fMt Expert : Smyth Lumber I types at
I 1 d'rYo..e."I'|i Only outlet for uenulne Hoover workm.Dlp. fat ur..e.. I ARM COTt..e and folding; douI mone. Kelvinator Dept. I 1 doors. ball glaaa. $U *** J8 ,
SM 1 For modern upkeep service call I OI..Dt.d motproofD, 1. > mattresses; tarpaulins !1 Or Railroad. _ Bumby Hardware d.1df a.1r
parts. I EaateseTiKter
-4 .t kMsntf* '. swtarmUs i I I the only authorized Hoover service I I 2-438. Orl.Ddo.RFNGn ; whit paint; gas ..1; tents I|I CHEST OF DRAWERS-.Childa. 815. 102 W. Church._ I Part.33i 3 at.997 CM t''JNC
& <. i
-'f.w Mjtlen. Bumpy Hdw.. 8104 or 2-17SS. I!I estlmatea7 3- and rio.t. Morgan's Salnle. t 1 Wardrobe 820: youth bed with I ELECTRIC IRONS-Automatic control '
'y : u ffHK a* M raaai Ab.st June :' FCTtNITURS REPAIRED and ref in-1 I guaranteed. Roll ;IE. CufbI' _ .I m.treu 825; good condition. 1125 l : Universal. Proctor. Samson. I i GASOLINE ENOrXC CSMJ 1%
a Can u.b. I aa swa Mssrngers.OMM i I shingles or"built up and asbestos AIR _ _ i Bumby Had..I'f'. 102 W. Church. I I H-P air-cooled .I
.. and lawn mowers COMPRESSOR : .
. tohed: stoves ccI I Me.1 I I!I : : .
a... a. wrn sit siding. Smith A Sons I' I Florida Pipe '
paired. R. A. Austin. 542 Piedmont. ;: ; 4688. Porc swing. $4.9$. CLARDIEtK-1 set A and Bb Buffet. I FOB NITURE-China, glass. Closing \1 I Church 8t. M.
Ff Phone 2-0421. REFRIGERATION SERVICE- Show cases. Revolvers.Watches. I I 1 metal Bb. 1 alto saxophone. 1005i .n estate. Shown week d.l only. I phag =
lib: 15S150.ss.i MOL .1. FURNITURE REPAIRED-L Fever i I mercial and household repairs I Musical Instrument Lnggage. 'i I I N. Grandvlew St.. Ml. Dora. Ph 2415. I 423 8. Eola Dr._ j jI I I HEDGE TRIMMEM"irA .< .
r.Ie help Shop. Reasonable. Expert i I Good work ch.le. resonable. Feri Radios. Men's .IUS. 98 CAMERA i I FISHING i I Trim hedte* betWr Cay laas 55. 5 0el
Upholstery i 1 lP. -35 like new. "eDu.-
I $. P5s.I a"4. I 1 EQtP..EN- Feed Star 3D W Ml8aj8Ave. ts.$0eIsp :
workmanship. Work snaranteed. I i gnson "I. Pi. 9752. llld.lre. dr Sinks. Carl Zelss F. Tessar lens. |I. City 04.5 -
.Mlt ,:._. wrtrta*. wlahe i Free estimates. 2303 E. Washington: I RoP-LARUAIED-Prom Bltc.u.. Seret.f7. Ice 9 X Herman's Loan Office. 27 W. 112.. I oar lod. ttl bo...plul.onI I IRow. I 5663. "j 8
cln' .5JE
.05545 fcvla drlv and j 8895. I I 11. S28.50. Living room 524 ,I HOT WATER FEATEM-4. S. w- 4 .
; Uarkt Jan 2$. suites almost your Lay back CARPENTERS ToLH.Dd saws 40 gaS is 0.11 55.5 ss55 w:3tc
wooden and levels and ,
r.i isi._ 24210.ft UPHOLTY and platform rte. Beauty shop .lum1ulD I printed Ca. I**. .
bedroom suite +
4 piece In I rubber-iik
> hand
,.. 1 -. ladie-.*;ldr $ ]... 2 pleee living room suite In .:i methods. Moth proofing. chair. T Many odd and unusual 'I'sue.b.mm.r.. Wilson Leonard Hardware.framing I aer* .d. Ieul at Gliddeus.run- I Ave. Phone 4337.HOISTs R ,

.. .. I. .0..1 k .0 $r.. Jask .p. Pmnl'. Repair Shop. Ph. 2-1168. j jFLOOlTSANDINO ![ duced. Dixie Rug Cleaners.Pen. 7111.BOFcEvlc re artIcles store and found a Dawn only ia shop.a secondhand Lets- ,, 318 8. Or.nl Blossom Trail. Phone FATHERS DAY SnGGESTldNRonl 1 : :
II : b.ea.e. hand watttaj
i S-2187.
Ftnishlns. the trade. 406 W. Church. 'I oa Emerson radios -
II'.L man :
t.S'2 .a..t 'I lbtee Kb-! *. e5.edel. wi.5booms e8m .'
cialize Pentra-Seal roofing FANS, and electric DISHES-35 to sets New patterns Ie bt. pa and pencil sets; .
n. range lZ-p.
h- l.a Mai pasaeaa 7TSez..nence.. Modern equipment. ,1 I for It's call L. ATC Store, 1 .wardrobe. Loan raise and sew** y4 *f i w .
you. e.s. Just T. Jer- water beaters. freezersfor Jl.ryed. F.1 10 Her.D' swtveled. Holaw. 11M. B. t. t
.va. gla Bog *28 8- Work guaranteed. Licensed. Prompt nigan. 7427 by and sea us at .Dp W. Office. 2 W. Church. $5. ts .
an ,
C. I purposes. Sales & ku Hi W. Central.i IS 'S-. .- W .
7851.rolUiITUREPArnED c
service. C. R. Burke. ] 70 Place.SEPTIC I
AI".Dder I Service 608 N. Or.DI e.1 2- FISHING TACKLE-Minnow .. <
riUEVVAflONABUSES-Sun. and repaired. andcleaned. 0959. DUMP BODY minnow nets, casting buckeu, 'I
| [ :
: Tre" I.t.L 10 CaM Pine. Best materials used. We re- TANK. .ISTAL. years P 2-341. reels. A Good assortment of plugs.H. i 1 HAIR CUPPER8PlgftgatangT 5& : : :.
., ANTIQUE and modern pieces at auction type hair cHvper. U 55.Hardwar $ t
finish pianos. Russ Mattress Co. 1 In Call I Parrish Hardware 220 S. .
6730 Or-
bWI"s Alter.tL or every Thursday night. 7 DRINKING) FOUNTAIN-KeJvlnatoT I .. 102 W CIMIIIa III .- 5-- .
i .
1122 W. Church: 2-2213._ ] Pbone
|I 7:71 | Consignments solicited.
m. 2-14.
I : automatic thermostat. Bumby 1 1Hsrd HOT WATER MIAtriit:5i--. .
lLtla.Uag and MayingS4J4KO SEPTIC TANKS I Auctioneer. flemIng 102 W. !i"DAZEY FIREPLACE SET Screen, andiron ,
i I CAE everything I'i S.r. "sre. Church. 1 and electric 20 .
I I ... 733 W. Church: 20156. log a.
J. Sal. Fries $10. Call ,
VAH UXES. INC N.tk n'sV .. I pump 1. CAN OPEN and I b..ket et : SiornC..235 I I
> FLOOR 8ANDINO- Finishing and.\I Burke. resident: 2-0318. : -e'-I .
* I. 2-671. W. FLOOR
r( il8l Siaea** Wkrehmu I methods modern dustless equipment.Fre EEPonr-.bl E.I 83.95. Knag
M tay grM ***t.t** a lealaaa : [I TRACTOR or new Chang your present dead expense New. p- PTlcn 2-313
lit 4 5 yaur estimates. Specializing IB Pene- SVCroye DISHES-53 service for eight. 111 Al
."- in wavtaM.41 W. Jackson I tre-lae finish. Price 6c per ft. flnfaihed. j tract ground Lt. lrnl.c COD, lotS a real 1n.tm.nt. Terms If de- '! 819 95. .ple.Ptr Co. 141 I ..nde... D Pc.s. Ph 3753. ML j'I I HANrToARDEN PLOWS .. ; ktfMctltodi
or hour rates. sired. Inc. 61 E I I'.
m liii-i HIM.AM i W.I.r Wlkol. I |
tit _ _ Modern Floor Surfacing Co. Ph 2-1281 I and 615 W. I al :
_. p.- -!.. fisliari airvla Call JotnVaa | row new ground gardens, :ALUMINUM MOULDINGS and trim- pieces. Like new. Double bed and p m.bo.. dining room ..It' Phone 9-141
earn 8. ea.. *rrvtc for fre* cleared leveling and grading. minis. Also sink rims. Standard i chest of.drawers. Call 5389. $ 8395. IJ. mahogany dla. HOME
,..- 5.15s aba lacal BWIB. *..'. hour or contract. Winter Park Nursery aize 20'of. Stfa' Steel Sales room suite. ".ei24\ .. .
refln- .rRiuJ
rr4lag aM (tuppia 1400DrUTETlV REPAIRED. and and Landscaping Co.. Ph. 35. Co.. 10 downstairs. I DAVENPORT-Wicker In.$ Office |!I "IJ. oak dining room'I 50. I II I vlnstor & &, j
I .
Ished like Cabinets lII.de0 = desk 830; revolving ; ,. Mahogany lov seat. $159-
a ,siss. _ order. TlndaQ Furniture Co.. 2323 N. ;I TEE DEMOSSED. trimmed takea 214.Am i I Typewriter. Underwood 822.50. l'- I 1 I 50. 12.8110. glider. **9 50. ,II fNfta.coy.rtu.;_ I
ka Servtc. phon.IsgJM Orante. Call 654R. Full Insurance. J. B. Baugb- '; CONDITIONER-York floor type. racy table ".50. Rocker 85 fa I i sale $54.50. Pr. sale 859 50. Gives y. buuat xatm : .s,5505 0 5l
SMvlai sad hamlinc.kMre4rjebl FLOOR SANDING finishing cleaninr. I ton 525 V 8. Summerlln. Ph. 9777. for .pprllm.tel .275 M ft. Sac ladder 813.50. 1725 E. Kaley St. ,, Jenkins Furniture Knh.DI. 229i department-eaaklr* yaa 55 i ,. .

I 1.54 :_ rain.vSu I IVAN I waxing polishing. Best ma- I TaUPASTM and e. Fully guaranteed. Also- Boone St. phone ( production 11'.ert _
Philco Home Freezer-This is size S DUBL BEomplet. a burD i Business Equip. Ca. It 5.Ave. ..
sTORAOi co Uriala used for better floorsLicensed PLOORURNACZ-Coiemafl: used
: s..ot. part n-ta McatphUI bonded. Prompt Service. 1 116 Irvin Str-. Please phone 2-14.. cubic Radio foot. Sales & Service 221 N. I 12 he.tr ecb. 1411 8._OS lod. e.i months. A barf sin. Ph. 2-0346. J I ._$454. : I

i = t **) a-. t* PittsaM I Ban Floor Surfacing Co.. phone 2- UPHOLSTERING-Slip cOYr. refill P.rdu Main: dial 23732. DINING !! pieces: |I Virginia_Drive. _.. __ < IRRIOATION P'It. tt
r Cte el..4 Jaa 20th. 1370. :, Ishlng. We call obligation. I I ObdMIPJn and mattress. buy." sauce 3" Ua-as and 1I
.. ,_ t 88 far Ire .. 133 M.UAOS FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED-ReHn- Call IDcr.mBro..a. sis W. Central. ATTIC: FAN-An'alze* from 30 to 2304 Iron West. Winter I 7VRNITURE-'Try befor Co. 2300 o Edge- 825; Kingfisher fly ratS 10.0flies. MBM. = F7
i or 22353. 48 In. W* will make survey and An. I Ii I At Moore Furniture 114. asl'water fMl WW
: '1 tshed. Slip covers. Ingram-Brown. II | estimate of complet Installation atno. i i Park. water Drive In College Park._ '
French doors ... Cal main PMIROKERS
&M.I .nD&i 418 W. Central; 2-0006 or 2-2353. UPHOLSTERY
i cost. Terms to 36 months.Wm.rd 4 water ; l-
I up Never .t.
r "r *_ *.. (ratla*. packing. Aba I covers, REIHGl DREET..o. t.bl ch.1 FLOOR CLEANER- use 2-2862.
fine floors.
a.$ WIoaD= .ang sKriWAJITtO I,, -Prompt service. Modern equipment repairing. Superior Upholstery Shop. Bloc dial 511.AUMAiCWATH Te.ter. glnia .adrbe trt. VI- on Smith Lumber Co. N. Cn.I, IRONm.iiiiIiiiiiIt. PL-e-$0 ,-
.05.S I. Colonl.loW Dle.
t Dial ,'f. .
: portable power unit. Established Phone 6374.UPHOLSTERINGWe i pl.to. J337 Lao J.i taJ- P.
ihe :Pr .- licensed DIOND RING-Lady. platinumI .n R.iro.d. &'iiMriA eu .. % '
PnuacoU 1935. Skilled workman: taBor make gallon."Mertlands. I stones. Dial 2-0339. I aa_ -
} .M MMM to kt****m t. Orlando. bonded; Insured. Stevens Floor Surfacing your slip covers guaranteed fit. I I, .. Limited quantity bu'IlmlD.dl.t. ':' Monday.rl. 1 : Cornaln. suitS &e,5t .
.. fM tI. PMrUtr Storataaatf '. Co. Phone 6582. Nice patterns fastidious |I I FRNE BARGA lPEA| boxes hardening
i I Convenient ,
Ifi War .Mt co. Pfc.3U tastes. Russ t trs 11f... 1122 I i i terms. tna.D.tn. Vogue DRAUGH BEER DISPENSER New.I PI.tor rokr they last.COlirur 812 liter, cans etc .a.C ; .: ..
W'IVENJA Kfll. I crate single keg capa- .hle I II
fcfte MTAMCS Church: 22213. onln.1 ton. 91$ FHjtu
MOVING Ai! I I Block. dial retulsr 2-pe. living ,
II Tb..te COloD.ltow city. 8100. 112 W. First St. I
r.c,. crattnf. local mawBterafi HOME GAS SERVICE BLINDS RENDmON-'!j I, ; Pce .. I ech. 829 50. Buf.U chairs etc. I ICE BOX-MeUI. s1M-eu asl ._. <
*. ...lII Mulsi Co m"tho. ACCORDIAN Saxaphone. 'S.nfo. All must go 10 S m. j I' seen .t 101 $0550
\ 111 W Ommtta. rtnt IIM.I Self service Eat units now In stork I SOc ft., cords extra j I j,I clarinets -saxes, drums CIt i 1, DRINK BOX-Frlgldaire. One set700x15 and 2 p.m. at our warehouse. 1716 i iChKaco I -rwetrte-l. '. '- ".

Small inItial cost. Call Libby & '.m-: 919_W. Central. Ph. 9S58.: I I II|I supplies. The Music Shopp. Magrn- man's bicycle white side reasonable.wall recap 1700 tires 5.I :. 8%.. bvtweea Virtiaia Dr. i lIvery, CtilH. *5505., .
*. HenVea Offered Freeman. 711 W. Church. BLINDS ; Ph. and Princeton Are.j N. Oartapd
I I VENETIAN REPAIRED I II Ocr Arcade. S. 1 Division 8*. L los .

; U.TVIUTKNIS. MM and w_ .1! also I Guaranteed Slats replaced not to peel with rust aluminum.or chip. 'I I:I AUTO models ICE from BOXES$5.95-Seversl up. fine DIESEL ENGINES and power .nlt j flemIng Auction Sales Co.. Main, INLAID floors LTNbLnrM and JNMi ltj .
aloe last
a>i a nlmi P. 22594.1.ttAT1ODa&kJni.. I II i for agricultural and Office, W Church: 2-0156. :
M 1, BUCKET'S ROME REPAIRS-Prom For any kinds of blinds 20c per sq.I!I '1.. 1-gallon. (4.25 up. stallation. Florida Pipe SupplyCo. 3 I 2501 Edgew ter Dr. Cal .
But- i front to back from roof to cellar. I ft. at factory. Refinishing :, Kardwar 102 W. Churcb.AMMON22 I
-M. 630 W. Church: Phone 6118DETWALT i na-lhIIIi"
pairs by factory trained f'
lo) >aira mrS Padtioaetu. 2202t5 ,. Including heating and ventilating. I : ; FANS Free demonstration In yoarwn .
,, Kd *.aM Drt.. T7U. |I All work guaranteed. Can 5026. I Orlando V.net.n Blind MIg Ior long rifle;. I powsaIwsAi-i;; ; home of window exhaust fan*. I let crafuman. S3BJW
I I I 1739 S. rm. Ibot guns.Herman's I estimates *a any special a.
I planers. Mall saws drills, Logan attic
659. estimate on eont-
f.n. .
HOME SERVICE General rep.irs.Ne. I I 27 Church. Pee
OffC. W. Garden Road CaUseS
'. construction. Windows I WASHING MACHINE L.n metal lathes J. D. Pe'telephone '* Installed. Modern
SOMEONE WANTING YOU and caulking service. Licensed screens..DdtKnd..d. I Service on all m.t.REPAIR !I BOAT HOIST-Simplex Lifter ratchet Mount Dora 3753. j Inc.. 428 N. Orange: APPU."c1 22017.
2014 type: practically new: easy : KIMSUL-Th* Meal .
Dowswell. Phone 9522. : guaranteed. AI K. western mad:
MHn' It" 10 tfad unneeded I Kaley Ave.: phone 6247. with one hand up to 2.500 'Nel'I DRWlndo. Central Can I USED Trailer sofa j par yawr BOBM aaw
househqldr BOUSES WASHED ay a new ..nelmolllt1cm.f7 Marine Mart. Leesburg. l. FURNITURE. i iI : .
I I. son F. i Bier het. "Doa't
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seen at 2200 Rio '
IIIU I method call steam are I S D. i bed. 822.50: 5-piece breakfast MU MiSs .
for I WEIcWf 1Ilpe nd IcbesakaKEROSENE
fporU equipment ready 22370.
-. W.M u. taxing. Removes all foreign sub 1 d. .el.. "BARCAAF".' .11. ch.i. i I 182250: SSI rsnte. 539 30: solid oak '
tUb; meet tier or him stances. Does not harm paint flowers *lae o S 'D b. No .. pay. _out Pml DOORS.-Sash made of pine.Screen I! book shelf. 89 95; 2-olece blonde oak COOK sass!
t wbit
Itr i4 or shrubbery. Asbestos roofs re- Nothing. do.n' 38 months to pay. '1 t.. and CIS W. Ca.h *, lawn chat. *. All living room .. 18 5 Porcl rock- I model While eaaaw*.
Iteousb a Sentinel-SUr Want i iA4 I stored to their original color. Very II Belmany Well Drtlllnc and Pump I types of wood work. ol.Ddo Woodcraft I er*, 1.95 ) M S. ovea with -heat Iwssraair ._. .
r.r- economical. Estimates free. Steam Supply. Rout 3. Winter Garden BABY CARRIAGE-Can 22544 Industries. 1500 Washington I nab Hardware, 220 8. Or..*. .
,, Dial 4161. I I House Washing Co., phone 2-3625. Road. Orlando P1*. Ph. 7087. I S I 2-1141. P U $



MIldred Btorderant were in Cocoa 1'; 'caratons The bridesmaid Miss ;': Parh Salutatorian was Albert'I' Ann Whelchel. Caroline L. Jean I

Demonstration Tuesday.Oeoite. St. Cloud High ''Lll Anable. wore pale pink Thomas Stewart Sayer Nancy / NwPastor *

i I Supt. George Marks presentedthe Kitty Odham. Dolores Lee Myra .
Harvard will leave Monday and
with white accesories a
(:Huh Slates for Tallahassee to attend :; Get I lien of white carnations. The diplomas and the Rev. Emll' Southward Joyce Goodspeed. Gloria ToBeFctcd

Bon State course. i j Students corsage I II Gilam gave the benediction. The Dampier Charlotte Stine. I ChuidiPagou "

matron of honor Mrs. Pearl gift to the school was presented byMargie Janice Cook. Ratliff and
c- Eey I
Luncheon Wt and Bobby Jernigan of !! I by chose blue crepe with whit Hodges, and the class key Helen IT MAYMt HODGKIM !

Fort Pierre are nests at the Lee Class Awards accessories and corsage of was presented by Louise CunnIngham I f!oeciol to The SJTVJOV Sent1 $tow1 1 1i *

lan home here. I I carnations. i SANFORD-The Rer and Mrs.I .

It L* NNOLMS1 Pete Franklin and Bobby Erik-I {fSpe-iol! t T Wfcy Sen'nci-Sorl, ( Bobby Fry, brother of the bride, !:I Grduate were Dan Chappie PresbyterianChuch Douglas Charles will be ,, -
..11lII sen who have been attending ST. CLOUD-Patty Bio received was best man and she was given Ae., Charles Grover Emmick I fS. .0- _

YMs.a.rmtta Tnivmlty of Florida. will leave I the Balfour award the DAR away by her father. R. W. Fry. ,I Edward Hirt, Circle with a reception TUesday. from Ito .1

d due 1Yada. for Washintton Conn. i award and was'valedictorian of The bride's mother wore pale blue Padgett Albert Henry Pail Tomas 10 pm, at the home of M,. .

Wednesday night marked the i I the senior class of the St. CoudHigh 'crep and a corsage of gardenias, Fani Stewart Jr..Er C- .and Mrs. Charles Gtnn. 1n a .

to ti4 M ft* two* of rlokvint cf the local school. Andrew i I School this year. I the brdtim's mother for Dorothy Mae Set The Rev. Charles Is tN WoW w f. .

&5 gfe"* iMMl fcf IWTftbrW 01 C. Preston instructor in education -: Robert Hasty received Legion Mrs. W. B. pale gen Lui cihm Meetings assistant pastor of the first Pr ,- -.

0* tHI .*. m.eMr&boar1 at Stetson University. gave award. and athletics medal. Joan mesh and a corsage of white cr- Margaret Hoges. rSpeciot Sentinel-Storl ,I byterian Church. aftd the oontwtgallon Mr. a.00 *-

the address. Music was ia charge: Hettinger received the music nations. Masses of garena Mae Hughes Peter- t T S and friends are InvIted te> .

of Ufcts Alma Orantham, also of ; award; Joyce Denzer was salutatorian against a background man. Alice Lucille Williams, and SANFORD Meetings of the attend the reception to weirwc -I .

.It.sid her Stetson. and received science and were used to decorate the church Katbeen Elizabeth Crissey I various circles' of the Woman's j I Rev. and Mrs. Charles to Banfertf IIIIIt PM let p _

W-LiqIl., wtUI Diplomas were awarded to Helen character award; the citizenship and the nuptial music was by Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian I Mrs. L. E. Broome and son Mm

Lee. Mary Hatem Tommy Crews. awad went to.Dorothy Blair and Miss Martha Sisk. soloist, and Church will at 3:30: Monday of Washington D.C.. are hawse eI i':'r t

pie :=: i.d Ds'44r Oeorte and Raymond Hilsheimer I i I F: activities award t Mrs. Marian Bah accom Miss Boyle b pjn. i guests of her brother-in-law said .

toy Prln. Lynn R Davis. 1'I Jewell Johtn I panist. at the following places: I sister Mr. and Mrs. John I" i a-iJtl

! Mr and Mrs. George Hilshelmrr Carey won the : There was a reception held at Circle I, Mrs. W. E Dodson. 'i. Mack Cleveland and Kirby Ffc

IW \$1 -nt.rtalned the graduating athletics medal for girls; the athletics the home of the bride's parents, Honored i chairman, with Mrs. M. I Reome. I have returned after a houw..pan 4 .

, S .. Wfd. ellis with ice cream and cake in cps went to H. S. RumelJr. Richard and after the couple cut the traditional I I i 300 Palmetto Ave. Mrs. Alexander : at Daytona given by Jack Few GIINi'U .
a ,. f. lIar office of the school house. I ; wedding cake they left : tain ofMrs. DeLanq. ac

f1I Teachers for the 1947-48 term :, Bnn. daatic Russell Hasty on a brief honeymoon. 'j At Party I Conner cohostess; 2. Mrs. C. E; Francis RoumQlat M has

xls, Mlpi win be Ljmn R. Davis. Mrs. Gladys publications character; I in chairman, with Mrs. H. J. gone to Gainesville where tMff
Dale Hettinger, for The Sunday Sentinel-Stcr ,
LSpeol to
' Potter and Miss Margaret Gil Lewis Scholarship; Virginia Williams -' I : 'I Lehman, elS Palmetto. Ave.; 3, husband is graduating from ttto Me
14 Graduate SANFORD Miss Lyllian Boyle. i University of .
I .f'r 01 bert I J. C! Hutchison Florida.
Lee Nurse's scholarship: ,
:::= i* s r ism u. Miss Olive Martin a local woman Elspeth Nicolson House of Representatives -I i high school gaduate. was hono-{[I I1 M cha t Miss Dorothy Crumley and Uks -
with Mrs. H. C. 1015i
! t; .'. d w. AJ.i. .ho has taught 19 yean In State ed a \:I Daphne ConneD, student at .

Ga' AM.ki Knlei prise. will teach in New i to Bobby scholarship Joe Lee and; Boy's Marion : At Enterprise I' bridge party at the home of Mrs. j i i i Magnolia Ave.; 5, Mrs. D. B. ,: Florida State University. Hart r*- ..

w. C' .. .1 SaiTina next ) ar. Stallings; Girl's State to Doris Hamilton Bib. Arrangements i-MiddIeton. chairman, with M l turned for the Summer
Mrs. W. 8. Halgh of Jackson- ; I [iDE''ot fo The Sunday 5ertneI.StorENTERPRISE of mixed Spring I Ii I II I Neil Powell and c-
VswlM fW
_ ._ i Hayes and Eunice Stokes. gladiol Maffett. Lilly Court; 0.
I 4 .A f.I ..- vtfto U vuitlng her parents,_ Mr. a. 1 I School gradu i I fower brghtne the game room Gore of the University of Florida. hM = t :

:., Mrs LMIW and Mrs. E. B. Warrenslord. here.Cemmunity 'ate held their commencement whe sverl Jgeio of Mrs. H. H Mca chin returned for the Summer iI

.. Wm Prayer Circle will Mikeal-Fry\ !I exercises Friday night at the bridge I with Mrs. James Moughton. 102! Mrs. H. H. McCaslin and her .

: .. .. mrrl Thursday night with MisJ.I .I sho auditriu with Charles Miss Louise Clark received the E. Second St.; 7, Mrs. W. 1 .I son Joe left yesterday for AtUats. .. .

". JH.&ir4 tUiherine Boyles. Hendern. professor of law at high sore prize and the traveling i''I chaa. with Mrs. R. Moule. I where he will enter Emory UnttwT *. .

\oO-e-' fat aWsI fI1' Miss Carolyn Warrensford is aIN Nuptials Held
.... Ufnt in DeLand Memorial Hos- I j guest spker. with the screeno prize going I!1 eohote rnent II .

Oval of pat I [Soeciol t The Sundoy S'nl-Str1, ] 'I He the yo people on | Miss Dolores Lee. Miss Boyle received Monday night business women'si I Mr. and Mrs J. H. St"

r 'WJIMIiaC their f.th, B. A. Galloway of Winter Park S. CLOUD-MISS F Return Values. formerly'i''' a gift o lingerie from her i,I circle. Miss Sara Wan Easter- I Lake Mary han cone to "of

] united of this and resid- 1 1I by chairman with Mrs. I Royal Va.
4 i where
A 00 BowtliTharrty.trabi was here Friday. I Miealwere I prcipl scho. has they .tfJ a
Word has been received of the ; marriage at ;e fo sver year was assisted in serving 'I'I Bisbee. 11 Magnolia Ave, at Spm. the coming month .1th Uwk

w- death of Bert M. Knight. a Winter Church Sunday evening the Rev. I I Psnl ad rtcein wtr' refreshments by M. HuhWhelcel Mr. Joel Field cohostess; O. H. Sttwes and fansay .

.. I' Tisiter here at Damariscota, James M. Thompson officiating.The I Mr oua.W. Rwe. Invocation I Mrs. Wry I and night circle 2. Miss Mar Mrs. Kenneth Idd.eod 11. I

; Me, .1 Uh burial in Waltham bride wore white crepe and : was te Rv. M Lloyd F. Boyle., Earle, caa. picnic at 5a- 1Zts5t3 Ruby hut or as,

4 .tcItt... .,sod Mass. care a bridal bouquet of white I Barnes, piano b Edna I were the Misses M lando Spr t pm..



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I far SaleftACTOa."eCwaldl t n. Articles Wanted I I, 41. Poultry and 1 I for Rent 50. Wanted to Rent I IlL Houses for Sale ,15L Hornet for Salt

t_ ... 1. .. ... O-I2 ADDING MACHINE WANTED. Please : elderly lady HOUSE 2- i a.11 .
S'4 UMtw .M4 ; TE P & WANTED for November occupancy { COLLEGE PARK-Modem frame .
con4ltlOlL .write P. O. Box $06. KJulmmee. I I I lady. Free oa year round Will bedroom buatstow. attached garage -, : 1

t. ,.. ': IaLDrlvI.I.T.sa.aos Toe.i r. I I Florida.I I II i I dl. 21 luldl. Fern t lease permanent 3 ll.. pet*, I electric kitchen yard ...11laHarned DUBSDREAD SECTION-L *eT tar* .. .
l. utet. Write-.. S-Star Ph only U 910 terms. King ,
: buntslotl 2 bedreeas. tea kas'ful
< ;I' "S JUGs-AU metal, i aadHarda I 1 AXES-Furniture of an kinds, sewing .1 TURKEYS-Toung I 8 r nnfur- 593-R Winter .40. o Real Estate. 30 Church. $435I hardwood fleer. alkmmam '
14a- -
machine anything you have ta tell lbs I 1401 W. ,.
I ..i.. .M. 10 to 20 I Wu- .,.-
"""l ?. H P'rnu SewelUThurmoad I II HOUSE-2 furnished I I "Opea au..d.COLONlALTOWN Usa bliada. Oa ] UadAtaaed C .
Furniture Co.. 72 D Jr. : lledrm
r. ne j; I Wll.r Trke o AU f this for t7.UO. ate toy ,
OTM*. Phone I W. Pine I I *
St. Dial 4070. .
M1 1lumlbfll.. bln. m.1 SECTIOIf-com- $3.000 csth 1st Federal 1
e. I TURKXTS-50e B. I c.
n for Rent clc. pletely furnished 2-bedroom house i
{ CARPENTER :i S34 masts Ore. H. KIKiidt .
TOOLS- Complete cheat 20e. Ponttt change. 2-28.1
T* taV-Part.laaa .. 25t40. $$$5. f I I 5 I 21 wIth sleeping porch: alee yard Urge Realtors 3-3175. j I I
or part. Wanted Farm 5927.i '
by private :
T. = Mooes Pwranur Co, 13OO Edceftaa t' Bow 540 party. ; d.l ', l-.nt pri- WILL PAY U T$100 rent per I.i tint Immediate possession $$.500 I

= .= 'st! _. C.II.. .,_. 8-8tar. i I SEE DS ABOUT Started I II l 111.. Inralra I month for fear 1.:I excellent terms. King Real Eft ate. I: I

;;; wrt TTprwfli *. I I DIAMONDS watchen. jewelry aid 1 I age UP to 3 weeks. .fere. : ::.ru 'dIRrfU. No I.U di- 30 E. Church: $435. Open Sun- 1 t
: portable. gold. Highest 1 '. 1i'7.- DUPLEX sad I room faranbed airs -
i $ L aim. cash price. U. U. Woods Chick C.. .. __ 1--
..I, :" .1aatoa electric | S>.. Jeweler. 32 W. Church. Maltland '1 Route I' furnished room DIGNIFIED COUPLE would I1ktrnlthed building tot. 2 pTr4 ttwamv i I!
It1. Thortnoa.toT.it. I II :.: Business "."U- CTTT LnOTa-PnDllh.eI S roomsand A buy esceHeat lerattPB $kw4m> rc"t
.. 2.or 3 bedroom house
j FURNITURE SPECIAL PRICES and & o.<.i bath. Attached nice
.. .0. I WANTED Good and set for garage Terms. Clarbaagh. liable, MilgttlBMe
TO0IS-i..t... or yearly.
wood In- i I I has Government Summe. luSD t
bad. I 1 neighborhood. For $ $ rash
Any quantity. Coehran's Furalture. I you
.w.,. .wrearhe electric drill can 2-0931 or 2-2367. 1 Strata Barred Rock corner with .1 able ra Clol & ,' ran move in. Total price 3750. ,' _ _ ___ ,. ; .

I 'ara atoe. beaea. Q. m. H. Prrts i stocking. Having a* ship I|. Come and ace No or c"lr. Box 510 8-Star. Can Mr. "0.,.. with King Real DUPLEX-Furaished er Uariobed' "

.R---R' ". *"' "* 0riBlt- ThousPTwtrTmv.d I FURNITURE Used stoves; Ice boxes chicks weekly by i i I HOCSE-Furnished er IDtunle-I Ia Estate. 30 B. .Church: $435. "Opea -10 Rooms. 2 Bath ea FtBaal :
.. : ..1 Sewing machines. Can before '.11'' **y*. W* ar* offering with single beds; Summer or ve rly 11 Sunday. City Roaa. WOI goat a* er 51- ; Ii

... .1t. : sen. We pay -top" prices. ... : chick from out top .. I .; single $6. HOUSE WANTED-Bungalow. rtrd. See aware -Oeorg* Klaw 141

'-. shs Standard*. Iu.li.nt Underwood condition.e St Thurmond Dial 4070 FurnIture Co. 72 W. Pine : chicks-100. C.O.. I r. I nished: 2 bedrooms. 2 adults. V COLLEGE PARK-Beaatifany furnished W, Ws>blnsta 81DUBSDREAD _

I. a **>abio. Bmita-wutoa. Ca. Of. I ella shipped ae here I Cooking prinl- pets. Year lease. $80 limit call 991$. 2-bedroom: tile bath and SECTION Heal 2.. :'
:: ...c-.r. r- Oooth""I- W Ceatral: .75.. 'FURNITURE i breeding f.r. fr. 1: rlotet.. Inner-I I WANTED Two bedroom flrlh kitchen. 1940 built frame bungalow. reom. frame. ..... wet far- Io. '-

i.A.. BtJRhCU WANTED-U If* fur- charges. Jo Jt I I I house near school not U.n Insulated; central heat $5-ft. lot aisbed ea air carom tot Oaaai t.1(1 'i
Oardea carts. Palm Fla. 110 W.-Private $7500 per month. WIll pay beautifully shrubbed. Including ..- dO Im.
North ta J'
Lt .. Ie.. aM cal rakea. WUsoa Leon allure well buy It. Utther of Or- B.th months net el fruit trees Work going ae.s .
I .. j room. Ideal for rent la advance-Tw* girl ? shoe ea mediate Pitted *t aMmV
11 11I SEND 1
.. rltrdwar* 31* B Oraag* BlooJBJI .- PCAR ten nurse. ., school age. well behaved-Call Winter rear of lot Priced right terms possible with 0'11.,..
Peter Breea
: Can
:TaIl Phaae .21$7.. I Undo. 51 I. Church It. Phone 2-3101 cular I Park 7MR. See Lee Crawford with Rob 50. .. Ii
oa famous Blue Rlbboa 800 HUlcrriU 1 I ...2-2JaO.09E'p ._ =
ffn-ariia. j L .. Realtor 161 ;
wtS 11 Orange 2-
trr Oaderwood I I THREB :
: : ... Ribbon Dept. kitchen piiv- .UT want four a five .5116. SECTION .
carrtai DCB8OREAD I
Oood condltioa.aM ,: .
OLD GOLD-We highest prices theatre. I room or part S as' .
pay syth AU.
I' O.. m ._Fhoie J72Wardmbe $. St. Wo ly to hDt.t..lfal.. Buy With Conndence-Deal With new mstoory 11_ un.V osatlos. ,3 '
_ for diamonds old gold watches years InDreesat I '
-- -- Twin bed* Pryde. .
I ftCWIt ; ;;.., broken teeth silverware : rentaL Limit $35. Boa $34 1800 Only 'nIt.- .
: condltt Jewelry 45. Apartments I I I.U I : Telephone. Bo Mowith I'
,,,,,, Balaaeo moat**
'It **). .,... $4*. Stvowa any day Berkmaa A Sons 139 N. Orange. S-Slar. I' ment -
... ) I I II i Orange Ave. I Loala OeesMa. ReoJtan l tDUBSDREAD :
p M7 Old England. Wla- ATE. X. 2 I' of CTTT LIMITS Modern S-room eot- *
OFFICE MACHINES and fernlture.I 30 Innersprtnga. I MaIn: dial 2.I4M
'aPrk p4sa 33-W. I I j: 51. nooses : .
for Sale tale with 1 screened
nice cool: i iI porch and
: I Get oar prices. Check with George W. '
2 Ue""aO
1 f1ia.r"tII aad kitcbea m Adult only. Call I lathed gtrat located ea '.,- {!
mat $15$. I
Stuart. 13 8. Main! St.. phone .I"ed.
sIE *- .. PermstOe. free eatimetrt.o i Azalea L.e.1 I AFOPKA HIGHWAY-New plot with 90 line cItrus tree $7.$50 lt =
aattto at Ceatrtl Florida. 2323 M OFFICE liITTJ1If.rtt.n.I I CENTRAL ATE. 2007 I: riding I house. Brn.. 2-ldn. Lt. i terms available. Allen Johnson. SECTION- .
One with 3
I Oiaao*: $M. adding machines calculators. Office meats. I IAdllt. gcaion. Winter 7JI120 ft. Only $3750. $1250 Realtor. 140 N. Or*rue; eu. "SpetlaUxtng -
ttsaHe 2 rooms. Utilities free I t.rms. A. C. Golden. la Homey" $3.700 e*. and $M M aor atjmaht
1121 N.
a fTPEWaTITM __ Equipment Exchange. 8mith-Ca- BrGe. !
.. Underwood Portable .. Orlando Ave.. 'Near 4* interest bwt a sew MJV I
under- .
*, a.. 0... roes Agent 220 S Main: $850._ -
model. WIle : |I II CLOSE IN. excellent y bath. Near nwt.Winter Park. Open Sun. COLLEGE PARK-West Princeton; On* room and UJ* bath homo amVIral
a. t.... 4,. ."..I. dettrery 'I, of the Blceat ,. *
PIANO WANTED-Baldwin or Steinway and bath. 1 644 MtgnoUa. 3-bedroom tile roof heartat plant b **ae* >
112. Bto* Federal teL Check with I I i I, rom ADAIR SECTION New 2bedroom'bungalow. bungalow> la this large M *
; grand. Write X. B. Little. P. Pritidaire furnished $ 1 section Completely feoi* located on a
.. .ear 13 S, Mate phone i I 10 Box 665. I Box 472. Orlando I i Partly tarnished. $14001 furnished. 112000. suitable terms. Ceo. F Bras Really C*. H I
.. : I Pd. :; cash $47.SO monthly. 4* money i Leren Dona Broker Av.
I M.1 I H. Central
8b i ; Brown. a&q'D'I
COPELANDDRIVI. 110 I I This 1* let than rent. Tea cast '
,WACVCII CLXANER-Electrolui with., PIANO- Upright or studio; used; 1 I: rw. A .. i iCOLOVIALTOWN
.1 *tlca.eta. First class condi- "'1IOa.bl,. Write L. O. Btith. I I ments, one furnished : :I;1 pats this IP. Roper RuIor. Car' Frame II.alo..1' !
nl.'hed. 3 room Main 2-3433 .
730 Franklin St. i.n II i
tow $n IT10 d ewirJr. -Large, neat: : 2 bedrooms sleeping porch. Coca .
U'1CiTu.1CDS.iild.llnl7.. I I! WE BUT used furniture. Call a* before ; CL-I-Dlrable. n; $8_week. fireplace. 2 screened porches Nitly ,. DUB6DREAD-ORWW; W.FHA -
I I tar $on7civilIans
houses ready .eu
Why .y es>... blinds whca you selling. Orlando Furniture Co., I Ibhe .a. Attractive rooms! landscaped. $7.95O. terms O p. $ base Itanss
tea ao IB* brat for last a few cent Ko 2 Store. $15 W. Church phone Oladolo. .It. Summer r._ ADAIR ltEIGhtTS-3-rnom furnished ?JlTln7i.RlItor! : 140 Orange: er teterta* $4B.
.. Md to 2-483. I II f.re. .5 per Phone 9706. bungalow. A lovely home oa handsome fl H 2-327 bedroom s.aa01os Uviaa rS I
Orland I
by Chirk I poich.essi .
a I 1M2_.-...* Dr ph. 2O455.tEWITUN 1 I WE PAT hicnest cash prices for old CONCORD V-w. I 206 Rooms I' thus a lot.reck-botton Owners are price leaving of at once. COt.LEQa PAWC-atnctly mederi; dialog caaemeat sleeve ereraed window tt fee .Smortem. = &
apartment I
BUXOS diamonds and diamond Jewelry ia .. Connecting : 19S. I Waver Park Mler
-Aromlnam auts couple. Rent reasonsble. : you ran finance this 1I.tddr.illfap *11 tvn- Telephone :
s tad Uatd bltads Rust-proof ; any condition. City Luggage and !I with Swald. Louts Geeslla.. T.d.. and dishes j I come eat to 190 Ksrmea_ *.*__ ,
root sad wod *iaaid Cited FHA.loema. I Jewelry Cocor': Orange at Church CLOSE D -3-room 1 Lucerne Circle ,' 143 N. 21464.ANGEBILT Located an hlih ironod Cool and
aotrk deliveries. ... monthly. Sat. or M.la '.en. Buy direct from 'ta ,
w A. Venewa I S bath: another owner Call DELAKXY SrCTION I budelalbunealew > ,
Klhtd. $errtr til W. Central: 35. Fuel Oil and Wood 2-7513. I Ph. 7910. I 2-3493. .weekdsv after T p m. Any IteMs reem dMtBt
I 00W. Ma WIatar Park 45. DUPLEX. Modern very I a- time Sit. er gun._ !I ;
d.. kttrkea. law t.-
TV?!. OIL-A fan tank It cafe?. Corner; attrsc- Addition. Severs new Ii room isrte
2 screened
VtHETIAII BUNDS C'DIiOiii-IIum. baU Very reasoa- I homes for quiet to i porch tito floor bath sal .
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8021. Rave tank filled. II
portal $*. per M. ft. Five-day ; Phone your 1 frl.h.d. Utilities Q1125 I many closet; attto tea I IUS
each modera
.r weMvory, Rsdbffl ".--1.. Blinds Co. I i A larger .tank Insures beat on coldestsiorninis. 1 Long wood ,i 2S. 'I 140. -heater some fine 1 COLLEGE PARK SPECIALS 1 1Tassar I and laundry A3 la pert** ;
McOraw Fuel Oil Service.FUEL 634-in
ISIS Koneabock Dr : phone 2-4167. GORE AVE-. 1409 X,- a eon- tree*. shrubbery good shade tree and very roomy throe 3 bed dl'
OIL-Kerosene, pine and oak bath private This room hl I Avenue, 112-Furnished. Price Price, aataealet
VACUUM CLEANER. perf *t eondUwe I i room I near (tore*. city schools \ I I rua tree -
Small eiectrie .... Oo '' wood; 12 ia. to 4 ft. call Lamb. Electric water. Cook Special for lu. sale. $500. I 900: er completely > !* i. I I a

cnsd Ora... Qeldenrod. ".. Fuel OU and Wood Yard. 2-097. |I AOllt. South and R I I Kelvey. prle.. Central Realty. Tale Avenue. 1109 WesV-Unfurnished 500. About 1 3 cash ha
Price S87SO.. I See Prank Hay w101 asa -

-. "ir._.BUNDS W* -offer t ahimlnnm under 37. Fertilizers and Soils |I HUGHEY Orant Av COURT... Two 320-r : '! .1 1253 Sla.l I'I ANGEBILT house but 8WTTION livable. ;Unfinished trailer tn Princeton. 11100 Avenue. 400 West-Faralsbed. :. vestment$5IXCZLANET Ce.. 24 w.phone Wau011a. .' f

***t baada aay da* JOe per to ants.. S8 and $10 wk BsrmonA. trade Close &lake. 37th St. Per further Inspection call Mr Bryant j J
I II : room Near boa.
ft at fartarr. Immediate delivery 2-8441. BiAn. 50$ ': AVALON BLVD. and Osceol with Herman Goodwin tic Broker 4
Phone U *
Alae weedew available. We makeoertmtu Agnr Lovely -0.
west corner. New masonry 877 K. Oraaia .5J.
*l be obligation Orlindo : klthea bath enclosed M .I optional. strutted: 6 rooms tile bsth. Dure- ; loom "..Ia.. Furnished saiKrai I
_.a.. Bttad lift. C1739 a COLD SMOKE-Keep your garden therm heater. Venetian blind 2af kltchea. breakfast awok. Oak flsenetiaa ***
Huh). tOStfACVCM I and lawn peat free and healthy. tril rfrtlr.Uoa I bnnd large see b.d5'acrorped
_ i I Chase. Single Terraces. Open for Inspection -' '
4! P04 CLEANERS "Universal" The safe easy ... SOl Brookhavta I I JEFFERSON COURT i bath .a.. Owner 511 Avalon.I I j jI CONCORD r.ySIl E.-Twobed-' the1 I{I Cannot porchea.be daalsrawd air tel*Sac I4wgarage. tk
Dr. 1314. I Pnt. .n room home. seen i
4.ri ,,. ,
ana all .ta. Bumbyerdoer 2-room apartment lie i the best la city fan of 11'O. Sm
: I rest now make buy price mMIEtte.
:, ; *. 102 .eS, Church. COW MANURE-!y '. or 100-lb. ale rates.RUB .________ 27. |I II Etrdweod floor large rooma and : M E. .,. ... OSM :
soil. M. A .
RUT .&TCH--gentleman's, practice |, bag. delivered. Top : !. AVE. 2822 S.-5 rim-trtnw j I ALTAMONTC SPRINGS closets. Tile batfa Partly furnifhed.Garaie. Sunday" :
.* ... ..te,.. Bargaia Knttht. Bow 1351 County. 1902-M-4. I 2 rooms t t. 1. Owner. DuANn----.J .. ltlaam 01 r- 5"
PtIeM 1M) _ _ DIRTS-Rich black top soU. fin and I II I II .fulbe. I i Lake frontage; 2 bra cottage; CHERoliu-mlt-s." bU7 of the j frame bom aearmt taaBtMaaiOac a's sass 5'

WflDCUT1u.1-Afl popular make* I: clay. Guaranteed lull load. Write I II KENNISON DR- 127- i for young furnished; 3 1.0. week. 3 bedrooms hardwood floors I i floor Reoaoaabiy artssd at $4. I Iss.Ibse.o.4.r

tt _11. Bam. Hardware. 102 > H. A. Bray, P.O. Box 102. Lockbart.I I I, 2-room furnished I rm.. $$ and up. j Ii i 3-Story; 4 bedrooma. >MU 1 acre; Cypress siding, roof; high lot.Carsst. 000. Courtney ReaMy. J92 M. asoeo 'M.prF Nt

w Cburvb. I It I 1 Fla. PhoneCo.33-R-l2._ utility Included: Close t. ,i I I nice condition: 112. 17350. 'WlUe Loren Duna. I 1 dial 2-2471
PILL-Good black top coil mack Lt. Vle.-2 drm I.D..lo.; tile Broken 1 N. Brown: 2-1269 -- -
I far porch Private '
or living A\., 33 ; A-l
< ',-. .-piee: ttibt blue: A-l. and dairy fertilizer. Delivered.Telephone j LIGSTN. rates: kltchea I .9 fl1rnb"r COLLEGE PARK-Furnished 3-bed- tile floor SlIce Mcata I
$$. $wTj.jJKver.WTWOMUXB 2-4053. j trance. rtrr'Uoa_ ] 2 E. Core. i .0.I oar Altamont Of- room prewar frame bungalow. 500. Partly tarniShed

-Aermotor mm and POULTRY MANURE-$15 per too $1 I I, fice. see Homer -..8prtn.. Breakfast nook 2 pem-.. All spie- $?.20Q dowa. 1$ BiiiimtaiDUB8OREAD _
eadaa ..., per tack delivered FairrUla Poetry Agencies Call Winter -$394. and-spsn 75-ft. lot. $4500 cash and I. i.
**4d tad last tried by CoheoaUaehtaoe 1 Pak .
C-..,. 13$ West, South Farm; phonel92l. room \ pa Janitor Hurkel-O' Realtors. II* r.Rob- owner win carry balance of S7250 like COCNTRTla ft.Daa.e I IE.r'J IJ

tirr .._- RICH TOP SOIL-Pulverised peat water.p.lent.be& .. wiTh supply o inton. dial 2-3753. rent. See today. Georgia von Schiller.. I, your opportaaaly I* passe .
I i lawns graded grassed. Free estimatei. Summer free of cb.P I I Realtor. 7U6. sew 2-rear-oM

etaaM At* Urenxedt work Eucrbnteed.Eberhardt. Park nnt phone we your COLLEGE PARK.-Home and rncome. lion bun t slow. U.tr.r '
a1 WATER noeJTaI I'1 3-1740. tn. Estste Ae I AVALON BLVD.-A lovely rooms and bath. Ills room: 2 lathe, ,..1IU. igrau. '

I LAKB home.V W-EfaD7. Ph. -$ 1 I new home of rambling; Dnr1. la.fU lot well landscaped. Also rat large lot. Price II1M.. lerma. dBfor J

*>*U sad oover. Large apply ofabeto 38. Plants Flowers and Seeds aged Udy. .eU4. Ph. | fid a rental construction I u exclusive _;, apartment la its; only 1 block Glen ScblsMr .Uh Man WaV
.oeai sad covers oa Band.a t am p I h v : lIon bath*. shopping center. Can be baa-1 1 llama. or'l 21 W. WnitagaaalStreet. I
I >o rti* Crane all American. 3romaartmeat I I AUSTRALIAN PINES 25e each: pest t 1. Pi. 29 8. =tarag: and rr&landscaped tot died for only $2500 down and rent *.

vweT. sink ... too bu: your container shrub, ;i OSCEOLA 8T- -2. I Priced cost from apartment will more than carry I --

-. ;1 2' I b eu4V :.-I..o : pant Cloud Sundays. Colonial I Separate 1st floor. :. | Rooms I I $14.850 with excellent '.n Byappointment the balance of purchase price. R C. DUPLEX 2 bedroom* aid S. &IILI

ta p.,. Ubbr k Frccmaa Tit W.Chart i Nursery. 1506 X. ColonIal.AZALEAS. only. Zulu.l. with Botch with Sam Hutehia 40t .. Or- i room garage apt Oi bwabhrnI .

i t4 a."ELODtO. cut flowers artistic taal II PINE STREET. 154 E..-2 j -Summer rates' Ross Kay Anderson. Broker 375 ante 2-OSi3 i I Large lot; lake prtvuete tM mo4ta> ..s.L se las 0 .
i nished te Sept. 1st. N. Orante: f 83..AI COLONIALTOWH schools andstores. j rncom*. Price $1$000. term AsmOoodwia
i decoration W* wire anywhere. Jo.Ann' | hotel service.
.f.T'J i Florist. Formerly KittinstfaJ. business m. j jSOUTHEAST I' LAKE SEOI.-IIun..-' Nice condition 5-roem I, with Bermaa Osoiobl tw .

I 64 E. Central: 4643. 1 SECnO2t i m..w 2-113.II I h lOO-v L.n frame bangalow with screened front Broker. $77 N. Orange; Sal, *CMDUBSDREAD ,ss sus.
fertablt. 3 rooms and : I school bus. CODnlr. porch largt sleeping porch. port cochert .1 '' a I
I Rentals & -Attract** frtme bmvgalow.
La JACARANDA TREES-$1 cash. Lake I II !I 508 0SaSo
.at SUFFUXS Barry Nursery. S2S 8. Lakemont'Ave. ,.bf. Coortleonly. $5$ ADAIR LAKE ."... ptrmaaent awnIngs$6000. 2 bedroom, breeaeway eat I sea

trtttUcaan .. Winter Park.MARIGOLDS. SANITARIUM APU ,' Hotel 6-room frame:ICON-hr.he, term Weir System. 621 X. floors. Owner lesviag tow. d .anir' P01s4

IP? lot Ama aartabld weldlnr MUltiCamateto I I Zlnnaa7Piortda pan-1' fg..e .p.rm., |I' .week E Full dining.rom. I-etr tarag Price Pine: 4M1. t* sen Price S7OOO, Aaa J. 6.' i
.. .te "- Ine. Broker $77 .. Or... dial
$7000. .
welding supplies la stock droom Wilbur COLONJALTOWf1 : '
lie,. Hibiscus shrubs. C. J. Witllama. WINTER PARK-420 B. !I 'ullb8. .trrklnd. Iwae 'on
Distributor at Uacola welding ma- I I E. Concord. 1-bedroom. private ; 1 i. Broker: 23 W. Church: ing porch fsratehed. Good eondjUon. ''IUS.'I .

=. .1. lads 3 R Winiamt I I 1411 I eaulpped kitchen. : or write Paul'I' BUNGALOW-2-bedroom. Edwin Ave. aragt, and fruit ".'$. ". I'I; DUBSDREAD-ORWIN" ITAMofi -*ew = 61"o.
... African Ramptoa.Broker. .
MONSTERA DELiaOSA win handle
N. Beach St. Daytona I I' can L. Little. Winter Park 122 down payment FlU houses reedy for etnveaw
B.sca. Pw. 2)3*. I; violets funeral dfilgos, corsage* : WWrSR PARK-1304 831 M. Orange $013. : .
( !Er FU. 1 civilians
piligiiami <*ammtavia*> -The evenings or 3$ days. I er $$40* irata I I
.. I and weddingt. Petty Jo t Garden. EffIcIency apartment large bedrooms.
a River Plantation aacuMt livsgdaatng swot SaM
jy '
2311 3.Orange: 3-17Z7. bath and perch, BRYN MAWR A
m k VE.-G.m 3-b COLLEGE 'ftK-3 larte Vedreom cleans acreeaed strata. -
: PAPAYA PLANTS: ;;.5 PoI : only. CarwIehaole.'V:: : : 1 I ro. IIuDII. Ildlrdull d. landscaped loft at a t 4 udset CsombuS
1.. ituRIrTtRiilactyte. gas and ;tIt f : ia the home; nIcely steel easement window S> year %
kf *"C--0..v .at eajtematse, C aid well Harris, j j'I I tato Tinea. Ito limit. j. F. 2-ROOM APATEN- I cool plne :i I i I I closet ofum.. oversIzed rm.tot. .pl, price you cannot beat. For fall particular mortist*. Ttlepboa Wither Park tr4 .

FB wS*, till Edtewtter Drtva dIal l 2-1972. I IIt Browne. ZOO K. Plneloeh. 4 j for COPW I .t.bl' privIlege* and the best call for appointment. Ask : ercwnieeutteI990_ Harmon Av*. r0

.- Ana sTEATKR* .. ell and dee. | SHRUBBERY Large BtlecUoa. 'Id j call 6995. i I hood construction and h allhbr. for 1. A. Bryan* with Maatl WU- 1 I DiPauw-ST,. 24l4-Vonvaae MMI 0

tn* Pea*, fleer type sad exhaust-I I.1 beautify yen home. MuiselwhiU aaw APT. recently Summer ,I 11500. term available Allen Johni hams. Realtor. 21 W. Washington I completed 1111.100. roes eeaerete Maak __ _

-aa-x'tT1= c h'p. Day- Nurseries. 11 E. Princeton. service, ..r. i I $3 00 and up: I i .. Realtor 14 N. Oru. $412.Specializing St. Phone 810$. I house ready for eecapaae IVtse
nrw St. and up. Pew ,
A. pump Church HOI... Term Eugea* lIlac, aawaw

..>>-Ream S-14-Seal**-Drlak ., 39. Livestock and Supplies j EXCHANGE N j I River PI.,111.I I BEVERLT over CONCORD AVE EAST dote to. 4292 or 2-4570. sass .I' toss C
boa met- Use tot b St.I and .pt 1 1r.Ul Forida reel 8ORk &I Bungalow, 7 room*. 3 bedroom DUPLEX- la. It reeme, f
ft .t
1.1" .$.7$-per-pair. AHcypraa COW Oood family cow. Fresh In : d apt. % MeIboarieT l. tl. Realtor, .n.l.T.r nicely furnL hed. 2 baths electric baths. Let,. tot. Leek tljt ewot =. ; I
I Crb.ub
M.t electric box
steen kitchen. I ft. :
*. standard tlxe. Proont) January. Frank Clark across from toon : fn .. __ sod make offer. Hermea
eerilie ea aB. type* et mad ta :1 1etdor Nelson' Dairy. Falrrllla. $55 mo, Box $ .. Iltbn. BEVERLY dilbwasher. Alar. fireplace. H- Inc $7 N. Oraage::tM$ er_ .
ell! heater. Can be arranged -
fuel ,
tramea. .. and plctare iwwaew .. fresh. 1 Saaneadoe LARGE COMFORTABLE $ te I SHORE SzOl-parat ?' .-. .
GOATS. a. j I Barr. Eternal 000 and for apartment ** room rental DUBSDREAD MOTION Bow -
i l.b' .
tU17 *. Itth tt btlUwerk. 1UO j t mo old. Bargata .$25. Ph. i .o.- & j jPrivate ; ph. 270-w. 'I & one of the finest ho. *. Large screened front porch. Aa bedroom home. ,4M. i. ,
i iWASmNO j .
., .' tOeao 97T2 : r 730 ; 1311 W. Smith St. 1 II.th eaa I i;' 'b section. 3 'extra good close la buy ia a ate Hsmptoa, Broker til N.
MACHINE La.a t.tt.. I fi3as and Saddle. Healthy wen I adaltj. $1 hal Te | 524 S. B-L kitchen beautiful I"d I location tll.500. Cam Johnson Co4ao 1 5C13I f

4>_ eoa.nio Family aia*. $. i I mannered five gait Tennessee .BEAUTIFULLY ? I 'Oa the Halifax scaping: simply perfect ,hrO.bo S._..1". I i
Oak Island i people. 9177. G. F. Only responsiblepeople -
Cat !T$340W.Cbuteh AUea stock. Putnam. t particular e- -CHEROKEE PARK-Masonry home: DELANEY SECTION sew add !
Pin Castle. t Patio for sun > sidered in unusual efferina Modern block bwme *Bb \ .
tTuTIi I tbl concrete
.. *-Oalvanlted. bra**. ho. where homo 2 Story; 3 brdroowu and bath en .
tie*, tie tad a*. Knot Stores EOItEF.-3-ealted gelding i lu Orange Ave. modernistic bom than b* purchased fox 2nd floor. Large line room diaIng ..tlt1l1._ ftoeriai There set ten .
rc :_ > II. Fix ... I-ll$3. sorrel: plgskia saddle.: 1I1r !I per month. Call $ Ave. 3OO feet contact. Wm Mathews do. PO with detail room kitchen and b'bath on I bedroema. veeetlaa bUada. rBUl i ,
couple preferred. furnished 3' J. I but tad separate sarat Ctaav K
CaU 9S$5. 2-22M I IJBR8EY $1400 la ataleasaad :
$100 or first floor. Over
Of. .fife CUTTERS Swtnting i! NEW MODERN tourist all electric Daniel Kolar Broker, 206 8. Mala. camellia House 1* furnished bus. We believe a O L baa eO 01 Lasi .i. ss I Ic.
OMd ateol blade. 135. Knox COW-Fresh. I .1X'5t T.
.. -.M 13 below ae
H.,4Rli Completely I arranged Priced iitliirtaaBt educe .
$ p and Immediate possession caa bo hadat
Phene 23163.WMNIKO I plea.
0 IS. PI.1. ,
He Ca Reasonable. Claude
I ... beauty rest : & .j,I CONWAY SECTION. Corryford Road. $1 .MO. C. R Kmrtck. Realtor cost at $$ 000 MrNatt-lleaaWy Jet* .
MACHINE Electric Son M5. Cannon-Mllls Road ) |: laundry privileges. I 1 4th house ea left. Row mon: tip '. Oranee: tel. 734$. tors. IS W. Wshlagtaj Si 01se 1.

hot eater beater .etertrt range RABBITS does with Utter MOTing. < Wises. 5j miles Cheney ;, for rent; both bedrooms. Reasonable. O.r. iiEltOKUPARE-A completelyfurnished 510$. .080 Saa sue 5 ScSO 0teogo
v .. Bite ether furniIOMW offer other articles. 'S 5 S o.
ta* roe* dMwtt Make ; three PARK-3-bedrooma a

Wtj traa ...,. I32* 19tb St. Haven. Lo lIhaTL ___ __ '. iODltr-'nfkl until September bedroom I..CUr. house. $10.500 1 Clay-41 section.3 Oa bedroom street lined bungalow.Choice with. i EAST SIDE-Modera laranbed bmv tseI'-i." ... .. ... 11HI

..DOW-IU.-U:aaodT2S- 30TwoelaM REGANS B L'iiiV-ICZ Phon at Old Apopke Read. i boos home "uh. Realtor Metcalf beautiful well kept homes: Urine galow. Owner kravtaa. wvll aoeamtprice ,ss5 5 a... :.

with weisbts: eatchee.Oowd Winter Park 522. | :d four people. only I i, K-I blocks from Orsns*. 3 room with large fireplace full ats* '.*, below rwst. L R. CamwwoO.i r.t ;; -..
reaejUetv ti each. 1OO Co RIDING KOLSZ-Sinafl. Gentle for I iY-cE. Please : r. screened front porch; dining room. an electric kitchen. 2 i Broker. $171 ar 174$. us ...

a*> Reed. child. Reasonable. 2414 Helta' for particular_ I I 1$35-W" I 8J,I I'nicely i furnished: 11 furnace. Kit screened a orrh *. Oak floors laundry [ EAST SIDE Neat, cieaa. madeaB t-

WATrRlXSS'CLTAKER--III'*. Street. ': I I tot for aale bar.i tn.Realty. 4 Con 2-0074 tab, maid 'toilet ...e. This i' bedroom bungalow. Large aaVaat
OMIM ear wrfae WIll net hart SADDLE RORS&-Larae. bay Army'' lawIICY bath. home anusually welt furnished for ,I' lot. Nicely faralabod "Cwto a* Jbta "
lie tdc sad tt. Smyth LaHc : Bou.hBrk '1 $1 .MO. Bee Mr. Stewart with Harod Garage attached. TO bole.paid. un P$011 A
aaed :
horse Well trained will probably CANNON-MILLS tract
week Including linen _ _ bo I 35oa
bar *J Qrarte sad Railroad.ATtR wArt $75. nil W. Central convenience ea ..It .D Shepherd Realty Ca.20 X.Washinttoa .. fenced) with patio and r. a .iIr
a week brteses at -rori.as a'so.
$t Phone S1I4. -
m.1 .n h Bu by the door Oatca .
I lilt i..a* stock SELL OR TRADE rount Guernsey ". Owner says let It go for only $1610.McKelvey bed- t 'sie .-. 61
AHri..Dta' $9500. term HackeKTNeal
N.r= term hem. Farm Home !! br 64 K Realty. CUT LIMITS Jwt outside east
foe ee
heifer for beef. Ch*. P. Wil C.ntrl >
W. Reblasea Av young available S.r"I. i I we have a nice horn completely sOFa. 11$ E. Roalnaoa At* dial *VI ftaan e5 .i-n' as o
Mecblaery C. ue of Incinerator. SUP C 1 \1 CHEROKEE PARK Beautlfal 7-rtory -
son. H mile newly '37.13.. m* rwrmpra aoa +*** *
| fbrnished on 160 ft. sousrt lot for _ _
ATtR PUMP?=Myers, .. &. Can CooL. ful.e. : $45. month $180 Spanish type home. 8Itt.tc4. I7.8M taw *M MM* -*

mt_, bo maC al In_Liberty Btteet.ttO 40. Pet Stock: and applies_ j t Church ,p .I temce. all lana corner lot overlooking park. A ., Can U,.BelIeve MonkS this wIth winmoce 0 Hares Moor'. I.I EAST bedroom SIDE bungalow.CLOSE CT- 1MtlIard.oed a.K..

*IaI $ .. CIvOPFEsV-XU CaldweB. 7 NEW 3-ROOM ". Write or real value ia a high class horn*. Gee. 109 K Pin: 2-0138. floors, gat floor rataMa. sdlnd o- uosJ ---
.. t ft wrrtbt 1 teL Thi CATS-DOGS--Kittens and puppies. : 1trtct. I 219 S. Palm H. Klttreds and loa Realtors 23176 #' 1&
ataee I a month. 3 blocks COLONIAL-Brand new. 2-bedroomx. attached .rt. bled lot aireiy II' ,. 'am.L5u .
.bigsi M Bk* aew Cast $300. Priced Call Orlando Humane Society; $27 Win rent two Pho. 21. hardwood HOOTS. Close M but ,caped. Price $15OO. twrma Jims*

fr *.*t tale $150. Fred WI1_ or_!->.. I k I Caa $440. morning COLLEGE PARK-Prom owner. $10- and school and stores. $$.500. Easily ion and Carter. 70 E. Central Fwoae

... FtorK Rt .. lox 31-B. COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES-Regis- Rentals < $00: esstrst terms. Choicest tocatloa. financed. Whitney Spiesel Realty Co. .I!I a. T. iBusteri Caner Ml. _
ttrtve ea* We** btlaaeeota abeal 2SBt old. Reasonable. extra nice bath. kitchen lot. 2 rmrttrr ..?. .< an* '
tered. 0 week
I I 4$. Hoosft fo i iCOLONIALTOWW Realtor 7O Meteatt Bids. 2-3769. :: wT-z.stovy.;bard to find soOf4son -
MSB -tree. '?iac. II the Jefferson t eld. Leaving city;
)** te e Bjiowa s1ox* Flre Apply at JelJai- Illnens. 531 W. Harvard __ home Large room ford tao tav *ct' pie.. .
CHIRUAHA PUPPIES Three month : bath Bay hke. Twaaaaad
.ft- COLLEGE PARK-New masonry bun :I I M you
fARO'TOOLode rake I aid little Registered. brick. Senior High I j CENTRAL A VW. BECnOM. 53 ; of unfurnished *** fvMtCma a. s- fr -
I galow outer wails furred and ,,,
i lab.5* A teed assortment i iKaaw i l$0t East Oarvin. I apartment. Forest City telephone serv bedroom home. Tile roof. Fruit ;: plastered 2 bedroom and ills quIck sale. $13.750.Pm"I T tmimat, R***** .. bnotse
I .
B er.* C.2$ E. Pin. PhonoTA bungalow. E. Amelia. 3 lt Parker and ..r... 18.500. Ur. Baentler porch living and bah,1 1.! Clstrtitagh. Rear?. Metralf BMg ess
room fir
8.113 DOGS BADE. 'rPJ. cUp Immediate Pie: 2-121.' with Henrv Birch. Broker 12 8. 4. 55o.5'one ,-
and funl'd' place steel casement windows and :I EAST SIDE Her ks'a -. se he .
*O RAKES-dierlM teeth la all Horpilsl. 1600 N. Anla Chrisms j .. connec Main; 2-1090. ,_ attached gtrtie. Lot 75 foot frontage. horn located 1* the pretty wmf 01654Sosucn.

t BeMlar make*. ...'7 Hardware Or.n. tt. 4160. equipped COLLEGE PARK-'_ frame Price $10.800 financing ap- Lancaster section with 1 she Me auui I .. wSoeMa -* .
Kibble and X
1Mz. ltd W Chor a._ remedies and .l: doc. CHENEY aWY.I5 furnish exj j bungalow; breeiewty; 55 ft tot; proved for 20 year Barlow O. Fred- bedroom, a Urge lirta roam wWifirtvltc I 5' S. 'SI
.pple Orl.J4.Xl 2327 Conway $11500. furnished $12.500. Term. ,
room rick. lIe N. Orange dial: 111. and lastaUed beetle fM I
I .
H-P- 8t. D.I 2524 j Wallet with Roulstone. Rest; 2- "1&'. great to Jive in Orraodo." I I thebes flaw 01'
DID TOO KlaOW Craftseaaa 2.26.DEMJ I I dining room auaay 1.11c' ., _
1 3S32 2.4509.COLLEGE I I aid '
twenty or
Butiae type artyer are BOW avalJ4r DEER HOU''T. mlU j i ST.. 103$ and bath, ideal i lee porch treat aDd rrar KMcava ses ki __
mU od aaota* tee eny blue architect etc. PARK S68OO fun I good cad la* rantraro
--er JvBa ** latfwwtbj Seer ratatot t tIt I ; : ld & new Vroom equipment Mia
i mW.A I 1 ifi se
awwatCttfUSKlB 5ldS' overlooking Delaney ; 132 8. Main; I complete gaa kitchen. $2000 ra l.hal.ac. COLLEGE PARK Mew masonr* threuth-ret. An lretrvwmvd ,' ,
Pal Baton-s ,.
: BULL DOG- I Spacious rooms : | easy. Well landscaped. Roper home of S rooms and attached *_ home at $10.750.00. CaB Fred Souse yattwa-. ta pv ''f_
I t 4S b*. Weaa Waring I registered American Stud f'a front porch. Urge : 20X$0. new. can Realty. Church and Male; 2-3433. rase. Rooms are larte with O'BarTiMooreJ"; $80 SBt. teiaw SItot os-u di.- >> *fc-

40 a<*rPIB r sew available Imported Roarville blood H".. 1 porcb. fireplace V..'. I Ito S189. evenings COLLEGE-PARK Modern 5-room and arrangement .=.urtti'is tomated. I;iP\M. bee F) w r5a 4 eVtfDo JBM

$ .a40s S.n ..t... Call $1.50 American and English champions. j{ renew. On bu line j frame house completely tarnished. nit t* a comfortable pleasIng EA8T flOB-Eic pt oaaB oil htT.alahed 'Y
: 1'. a.. Ctafiamaa teeis are aaceod years In August Extra lapse, perfect' no pets. Ph. Including all gas kitchen appliance home to live ta. Oa bus Uae. i 2-bedreom bom e* "odoa *, ecItss I .'C

J ua.se, ,, .. Order these i show materIal.W'IUd?h.. W3717.Tsmp adl1lt. anytime Bun.LAKEFRONT j Will -Very i I i Screened porch attached garage. Price $10000 nfuralshed. Harlow I I d.lga. Owner will eelS for 11M ': "
give long
Borne lareath Bear catalog *. Fla O Fredrick. 11$ .. .. I Check ISiS "
; III $ 8-Star. I Large lot. $8950. MIca Johasoa. Real Or. dial I Irs than It eost 0..sLehe'
lace .ai. I aOM. 1111. I White Bra. Broker .
good cow tor. 140 N. Orange; "12. -Specialis- I before yoa bay.
I av.r* Reewaek Ca. Ortaade. Ftor HORS&.bu' 1 lot. I .b e4. rm Com.ll.. 100 ft. loG Inc In Bomes.COt.ONIALTOWISNics." "It'a' great U Ire. la Orl..." $24 N MIH .. Sv-o.
_.. I. .U tea re- i.Df ,_
$125. AI work .. : i I small boo.... : .
: .4 .te r J. Bro- I' 5'_ ss .
cheap trade for gentle riding i : UMTT S-bewfwasa .
and boating pr.nue. I, excellent closet space all convenience EAST OF ,
.zi; :t: liaiE' S1IDDIO CLOSET door i iharowar : hor e. 1404 W. Church. Ph. $$t$. i next 3 days { *. 2 beautiful corner tot*. Reasonably wr.-lIId fram i!I' frame baacatow recealry redeear- c. I .
*. Camplet Mk KIBBLED BISCUIT-Dog meals. Keystone Drive. I, business J'! priced. Immediate possesstoa. bangalow. abed 100-ft. Jot. T500. $1SO tamv e- uss0 a-

r.a. Steel 1.1| $. 25. 50 Ib. ..b. aU br.DI 1! LOW RENT-Enjoy \ eaarten. a I $36 N. Hampton. electric washing machine and wring ,I, baUac term W. a Htcboiaoa. Bet 01 bai-.u "

W. A..lIa.ye.1 Brownie Kennel Shop, M..Dol I1r. j hot months. Cabin :Bear Lake Rd COLLEGE PARK-A charming 6-year er. Fruit treea. Close to stare tor. It S. Mala. 2-ll. -r1' -

p.i.i.oa i and Marks. privileges. $10 end $12 H. A. Hay. old. 2-bedroom home which feature schools and baa line. Owner leaving Itows. I, '. t,
rtRMTOME $ SUPER TALCS Special 1 2tX for suick as!.. $7806 terms baatamvT I
4 sad waat good Pine Grove Motor RM-1 1 a large screened perch oak : EAST Sg>- 2 bedroom
-Ov***** white 'iw.l.gallon ,i and healthy. Phona I j north of Orlando, .P. I! floor. veaeti blinds floor furnace. W. a. Mlelaolaoao Relltar. I. 8. I I IMale 1$41 constraetloii ale aoUbwoe-

.. at M Fvl.#oa* aMoro*. sad iI 2-bme. c. PRINCETON AVE.- Ave. Ph. $761. | Near schools store and bos. $9750. ; 2-1111. I I hood. feilraole .. Largo *!*>$ -..

PUPPIES Dalmatian. Pure bred r$20 July 15 te | best retail to- terms H. F. Boland. Realtor Carrt- room fireplaea dInIng room. kUcaw V : .
: I and $25 Phone 20855.P17PP188Psrebr.d. C.t 6 j Church Street. .! san Bldg$72 3. Greece: dial 34551.iIi'TOWlt2 COLLEGE PARK-G.I. owa a beautilfal with breakfast Book. *B tile bath sumac < bewe s.- .
ARMY BASK I i I lIttle Oabeibllt Homo. No down hardwood floor attached Salute
AT bedroom .
ST. W. 2013- I 05 i'
two month old.Deworssed. aaymeat. $12 00 per month tactadlag i spacious yard. Priced aafarwisbed at l4'
.. nixhed bungalow. Close and bath i glassed sleeping porch. Close la U I .
Chinese -
taxes and which lurfisdo
Ia laiarance aew
$<2 00 7S. Furnishings
Mil bf. $altoa redwood water tank. : C.. Onul Shepherd er Scotch Adult* !ffl7inrrkw,:_ t| beauty .bo I everything. Has *a all ga kitchen Income to. ..\. On of Orlando per week I Fishes refrigerator may ala be msrthaaed '

.. dtep will highWV i CoWe .1.12 female $20: Eng WI 301 a : :: and U completely famished. *t $750. better sections. Westmoreland and I Phone 2-4091 0 f $537 = r. .'
rent. Mr.
balance like
I aitat aa. lInk Toy Pox S. :phone $2500 cash, Harvard. bedrooms. i I.
P' lIul. concrete btock. !
frasM basis.
"I hl.
j Busch with Sam Hutching. Realtor EAST SIDE'-$-rstm
Rat Terrier t asphalt
awmaa cad malar electricalgiatmiaai .$15: Toy Shepherd.l 12.I..1 I 409 8 Orante: dial -05 3. hot water heater floors, kitchen cabiacta. I I kw ta good toadttloau W. loeoa.ed. ,
| seneca porch and ..
PARK< un $7.00 with tmrnedteto >
far Mm*. 4 lath PalL $15: females $10: IpP COD. WIN *. 3 d j jgrand 1 Rent CITY LIMITS Just outside new I car porte. :nD city iaprorcBenu. I' Delusive with C P. Shames. Bae -
I Tour approvaL IDl piano Naar Golf I' concrete brick bungalow contact Mr. Cobol Coattnie- tor. 140 N. Ortnte: dial 2-322 I:
tu Fount ala I".. S. C. \ wanted. Have 1 kitcbea with built ia cabinet tIde C. Field Office Mercedes I
C t Ft*.. tS-l sad J toch.g. : 73-R. i '' Lv.sue. EAST SIDE Thro bwneaioW. MlsmV
I $41 W. Coo-I tI party. $32 and many ether feature Dining- Phone 40'13. .
rpIO-m. WASHINGTON ST.. 1215 bedrooms close ta bus. furnished desirable _. am* : t'cl
IL P401. Th*s. 7. It...". I I 'tom. 2-340. \ Living room dinette j room. and two school $6300. some Una COLLEGE PARK-Wlth $2500 dowa I j I mediate possetrtoa. Price .. .

I TROPICAL FISH-.largest aU II | room. June ut I I4pm. i f !' stores Johnston Henry, Broker t W. ChurchSt. low You caa buy a 3-bedroom bunga terms. Courtney Realty 373 M. Ofange
Fla. la this I
.. S. Orlaado tT2X .1 in Orlando area. .q.a..i ) 8' community of fine home ; dial 22411.FAIRVILLAJfr. _
InJoy the shad '
and wa1St
I ." frnjt. Tag '
.mi fo.. 1u hmell. WINTER PARK.- i ien 5 rooms unfur 'I'I iA8T. 2-bedroom new blockhouse win carry the $8500 balance 1111I''ICent. block t-raom amVtslow. '
.4i laOoMri1u flVRZAlmact'a Ippl. H.r COr. 1. Rld.I .
floors. I .
&h .. Lake VI.III. for { ; Permanent. Rent with front porch automatichot ExeloslT* with T. BtaUaga. I red Pint
.. .11I. Ita L ColonIal I I tot Park. of 1.IIw..c .I' .o.t J water heater. Only $3$00 Owner Realtor 60-, L Ceatraf Ureadin 'iun. extra large tot. Tod.,'* beet ba* I = = W

.4 ._ j I leaving city .111 take $1000 <' ; for $000. Bet Gould with Jstisuaaa II

a- : fOC1& BUILDINOtiad .ad fpeaks :i 41. Poultry and Supplies J 3-BEDROOM and bOI. f balance $35 _athl.. A. C Ooiden CLOSE TO TOWN-Cornplctc1j't Henry Broker. W Church 81- I I. -

L BraMema ta MiUc aad Neb-. j : Broker. 1121 N. Oriaado Ave tear Bishod I'GLENWOOD AVE.-*** Ala two bedroom MISBI _
plaa raw faSMOM i fUlae rd.a 1 Ph. $176. U"d.f1I&A'WlDter Park apartmeat. g XX Term ; __ Bet*.. t4 S
UtMhol' yes I BABY CHICKS Tmedo Feed Stare. IS Utttland will discount $1000 for cash A five room alee with attached
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a.ji.iuiaiiist.a fur Sunday. ... aMah.borbood. .
Can by U. approved Pullorium tested I M. J. ". Broker b Opea lovettsntnt. rent for $75 per month. I I Ia aleS frttadsr

: advk cad tot a Church. Pbooe phone 6.'. I 2 pBjY8ECflOK New : Tee Ten Hotea. with Oyde McKea-i Home ia oaacrct black 5rM PmVT 4** ei* oKmdtmTef ,, _

oMmSt iM financing. Com- I 733. 2-22 e 3 AND 4 ROOM I and college Ptr- bungalow, frame. 3 bedrooms nice :' He. 12 8. Mala. Phone 1-4T75. I 1 ttraetioa with ton rooms BosS sCot *** ** l:
ol building material after 4 p m. large kitchen plenty cabinets. Nice windows tile tasemeau. O Iaaaced S.
furnished. Magnolia ,
'a Wro.kOaov$1aclD I 8. Pulloraa Orlando I; fur floors throughout. Oarage tawdry :; COLLEGE PARK bidroom.. ea. I I;'I at 4%. pleo $4M Cal Ree- ? .AwS hBatLm .

Mill tad uYl er future& .ar. per- ', room: immediate poeaesnea. See thIs Pi modern bnagalow. $Vft. let. i I Iun' I rio Moftat with O. P. Swwa*. 00 E.Pine. frajvt
I U. ,H..n Dt 61P!j I II .31st ST..rs of & I I aduu before you bay. 't. terms. Sam to offer"for $10.500.: The Phone MI2 or 11I21 after ..
rURNISHINGS From I : I : Broker. T. K. H..Un..1 I I
_____ s a a..i.w Orlando D.l :4' fo room an b.l 2 bedrooms fur- 1 Johnson Co. 20$ 8 M. I I Rnltor. Mi Ct11 I
" at yoorBrtPB I I CHICKS .- Quality urW FURNISHED CaGE I N CONWAY acre with sr111m UJ1.
kswthoa ta ..r..*. M $a I Pr.anL .
I Rd..
Rok. Red Wnnott. Enl OadeD gtlow. 2 bedroom nice condition. 1 HARRISON 8T.-*S2w -
Our ). of Bag Co. 11.1. $ CLOSE Dl Fiamt bungalow 1 Jane .
Leghorns. .
$& -
htob* aa atTor. sad lt1 yean.Imaiffff sex. Si 95-100. CJO-D. Biddte. Orif- I couple only Call SUB. Large*.bonding hot water la heater.rear. Oa paving. '. ror- .'Oak floors, tu* bath tile j I i i Attractive cement block baagakw

Ga J. U.lnl\ er 7 rom lDI Johnson C. 201 S. Large acrecaed porch. Partly Attached aara*. Nicely rarvMsaod
.acIs$. 104 R gbT.COMB In. $ Sam : '... $10.500. I
I ; Boa. Weir Srs- I _
jtH.REDS, Barred Rocks. White : MODERN two-bedroom Mala.COLONIAL. Owner leaving. Inspect sad Oeo at'IT
torn $2$ I. I
1 RockS Red Rack and Rock Red ichicks. year lease. .. built PIne4541. II P. Bras Realty : It Control i I '

'iO'V5i iTOR aert t* Pwatonirw. I Tear choice t$ 15 per 104.I i Box 512 S-Star._ i SECTION sleeping-Better porch. ,: chOSE IN-X. South St. -- I I AV*.
I large rooms:
Manuad. tar meat every I Heavy assorted $7.15 per 10.Ck. I 1324 $7000. Blabs : w-room home: 3 lot: aa bo* line I I Ieaa I = ,
aoed. Chiaa. tlockv DEtB-f Shady tot term I
a4 100. be boatbt taraUbed. I II
MW electric
V A.a 1.s ...,. **wtlry. curIos..issu.rscal ; '.I i br U.I. Realtor. 150 E. Robinson: 7632. kltchea ...
.' $ :'bk seat C.O P. Chicks. room I I like J. A. L. GAM. 101 HOLDEN HEIGHTS I-till urntram jL Z
sail so-
.. R. 96534 I : .. Court fh. t0641.CASSELBERRT .
I. porchea cortege, fuialshed .c
earrtMefc M cal ta- e.ed .a.n. COLLEGE P.Un-We built 3 bedroom ae ajt ...
.k* PEAFOWLS WANTED-WIQ bar any shade tree. 3 to 4 Trent : =BeawUfaily faradIed 1 fyrmntted 2 sota. O'.,. 2-44O
d.l.b l 1I11"Io. with large I
.a1L _., male .r females. Advise mile from physician house. Concrete block construction. I ]
laml. 1. : screened porch. Oak ftoors. tile floor BOWEN ATX.-Six roam aad ba9s, .1-
you have. see sex aDd OardeaPhone I 2 bedroom Rear Inks $7.900.Hibberd I II .
J' : .
Gifts pr. bath. Some fruit also shade. Completely bog- lPiag Perth. at> asd I ._
If 11:1. GraduUfl I
$ P. H. .
send pointment.
I Will fe. &a.. furnished. Price ".000. Near'I Casselbcrry. Phone winter I j! parch fIrs place trait garden. I IFurnished. .
a. PO. Box $7$ P._ I Park. VB). Broker* Invited. tt
"relrclarHna :Vr'I I fens. See Frank Ray with Brims Cash or term .a Me .
.Ltcnut'. .a ce'Ktrk .. TURKEYS gobblers. 1 ben WiU ralN 1I'.t 2_ I ; o Investment Co.. 25 W. VtuhlaeloaFtwo :I DUPLEX: Wa located furaiahed. i I I,Or.... Btoaaom Trail to BrIdes ... I .
Oiu.ii sell all. Call 111$ Mt. Or. n 8.Iwv oat er I. M13. I I Good 111300. Oaybaagh. East aa* North third mtnja.Mrs. ,
p. -o.*. Itaado. lisa." Cheaey I:7. I I .ta. Realtor, MetcaU Biuldiog. 'I M. C Peck. .

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: 1 Business ,III.
Property for S* ej 156. .
fA" ..t..w II. H.ra.s far Sale 51. Houses for Sale I[ Houses for Sale Groves for Sale j'54. Lots for Sale 55. rotmtrw HOJdZ--t ., ; ,
151. r I TOURIST
: l"'J MNHVvtKST-Swotleae Suburban. Out I 15. AND price for : ; ; I I cnn cement block bnH 55 IIfI :. ---f .
nmAu' sod aeaU 8eaaja i SOUTHEAST Here's a real brla. wb.r H0M0 acres land. |I DUBSDREAD Lowest 2 In fine grove 8-room bl."W'Y. Bosh 1
..** bvRiawv. Complete- 3-bedroom bungalow on nature ha the chance to prove acres fine lr.e. Valen- I i of the highest tot In this :: : porches. bllll.-111 F I traveled State. rvet'prooms.
it .at 99*, to wok! faralanrd Fireplace. 2 street In excellent residential sec I shes your best doctor. Three are Pineapples and Tangerine 26 50x140. Priced at only 8350. house. 2 screened conveniences Bus I1ne.I :: owners Sivine :tnr :1IIIW" asS Ii

.d ishbes 1415* Wllm tion. Partly fnrnUhed. with electric frame. one concrete block stucco. Two I Ia. I 'old 1946-47 crop sold for $9.- sell. Call Reggie Moffat with I bsth. All city term over a IOU F I 199 01 Posh for t* c .00e Pat
mls right .
,a us Rodger Broker 84 rtrllr.tll and rle Needs paint- orerP'ulhe one lakevlew. 249 No cold d.m.e-nr warm S.OJ. 60 E Pine: 5812 or 8628 The prtca Is ,, 27t ft. derp. plenty..,... Only Mr
". h.. c..n Me I blt r.a blY 13.5. C P. I one fron Pc.a.n at ': spot Also 7-rom DOUs bath.electricity. ate bour and Sundays period. lot COUlle. 2-car 12$00 dose A.Ii: -M'. _.

Sbumway. 140 Orlle; Terms ete. IDnstmnt.Pe. 971 with ttrms. OiiaSdOI .. .
erfvltAaT Raacb lype frime.0is.0 dial 2.3282.SUBURBANCottage..R.lt cott V.t Broker Dial 16.95'1' to 88.OOO cash. EAST ROBINSON corner apartment 3 acres. 6-room hOIiIlP. *omflltBtn1I Golden. Brour. 1121 I
L 1 .w ,i wtth baadaomeoac I II i ii 145 West Stel.Central Av*. rduc. and 124.0.. Mr. Timer or home site. IS75. Ixe.ptll.1i furnished Built-in bath Located ceoI Oilbeautiful I(I Near M.ttI.nd UII4.-- !
inaan btdira aa the Man being 2 bom I with J. 145 N. MaIn 5809. i buy to settle veniences. Plenty fruit. I I >. Park open Sua.
I P. Mattox. i 15 hc
1 itBI: I 35.000 "
.I :
lots 11450
., 1 bwrH water .. at Ira than todsysF .i screened 12.; I Realtors. .: phone ; a lake. ,.1&
-. I l I nm 544 M wttb e .irk six den 1 cr. Hiwsy. 6SO. FRAME-.--One story home In nice :' GROVE 30 acres. On good lake I cash balance over a tong term. There TOuRIST and ".r-rev' : : .j'N
: 'I Howard. N. Main; 7325. residential Furnish 10 miles from Orlando. Over LAKE LOT I than this one any- In. Room for mors. OwI
t lat ten 0 ,-"I.Dd-I' 36 Iclbbrho. war EXC FON U nothing nicer : and tacha.I .
Sit I-las.- lOS E. FIB. I SUBURBAN-Paved 6-room ed. 2 brom. I.rac. pre j I 210 trees. 1115 Valenrias 620 Tem Only term Bldg i J I where. will take car part .... --s I
ro.e Can Realtor. Camgan eta'I'
180 Tangerines. B. F. Boland.
:1a--"U 1 home. 3 shade.If tohtrt. 19.15. b lD.Dctd 12 PDrpplP i Best IIKomt. .40
aAaT IS story weU furnish', you are ura fri in Country .but 17. morcu 65 Grapefruit 672 N. Or.nc: 2-4551._ 1 s acres la grove: 6 rooms. bunt-In :j\ Metealf, Bldgi .' a vr1I' si.
I 1'44' 0 BMranrr* borne. A-I condition.aaad Life near and fine liberal or see :j|I the best groves in Oringe County. I bath larte screened porch. Pi'Dt tat **** a*** w o> -- -
Btar 814.OO* terms. Must see Cit LI c& Mortsrty with Joe G. Realtor I i ii I 1 Consistent producer over boxes FERN CREEK LOT near Kaley School.on would V. S.
garden 1tra 12.0 A home anyone a.tnn..r.wtfMft
ta BcawwrlBtr Buy thru Claybaugh. house electricity.a. the put!i $881.I j jJ I last year. Complete ou- bus line real b..11 Also of shsde.814.500. i. cash. balance 1. lando. .- .
I only Price.
Saildiag.tantial. Ia o.ne [ Price half cash. bal. adjoining lot on dirt .tr"t IIke'j'i tranlPc
r re la I t.w sell for 810. will conglder I I I I once. 15.0. 8350. Cash or See sonic.F yrs. '
3-bedroom 7 years See Mr. Stew.nlor t.rl. 'tal lake Hi**
:;i *
telling furnished. Herman i fi" r
.v e .u I Goodman. Inc.. Broker: N. Orantte. i J' UNDER CONSTRUCTION-Almost.F Mr. Bush with Harold ShepherdRealty F, George King. 1401 W. Washington i rooms. bunt-in b.th. i,irk F ? ,$
tppn. i I 5 bath garage Duplex- : : n
4 67 sh -
< coavwr f .11 ; dial 9855 or 6660._, I I complee. rom.89.950. Come tell Co. 2 E. Washington St. 1St.: acres In tract. 40 nice f"rus'ree*
'.. P. .tw 123 *t- SOUTHEAST-Bungalow. 4 I j us bow erl you pnh. it decorated. 1432 I|I I HARVARD AVE.-Half block off Or- 536 ft on brick rod tral and .-. i iRi
$ This good F
I a Ims1I GROVE-10 fine bearing: 3t. 1 me. 1 grapefruit nice venience Price. 87750. i
2 (I F
: .t Cad I baU UDIS.l rmy. I Uontana Ave. I modern 3 bed- Cer.. sewerage d 0t -
c.. b.ln 4. I acres young trees ad..lk. 1
Price only ol a.d. .
.livelY Lf.t1e rf. COTTAGE Partly home, with laundry 50 ., all nice home that we are IDIJ: .
7. .N-n.- $I 88900. Better hu on one! Don larahe. 'rol' garage 10. These are Black. ,. ISedo.. 5 t twr
S U Lake ,i ii room; chicken house Henry Brok.r. show. See F.
I year ole I Dudley. j i Overlooking Slsnne. I I room; storage cash. Johnkg proud to siding. .
_. Oca. .v***. : 2-74. i i I very good garden land. More land ,i 1 and runs, on paved toad 0 miles : Chunh 3t. i..Realtor. Longwood. m- 21 for appointment. -...Terms. 48u" .
.'- .".. ,* M. .. location I SUBURBAN-Very nicely luJe.i! available. Needs a good man to fin- \! from heart of City. 5000 box yIeld I I Ii I ". Is terms. 4-room frame bungalow. I\ Only with 17 variety. Price 122.500 00. jternn. KTJHJu AVEUole business 10 i F, 911 0 se 0
vts Mareb n..e shade convenient to city bus. 75 x I, I totti.2.7404.1.95. $,,.lo for Paul Hsrdmsn with MsrtteI city limits: i I
-4Jo caabat w 'RI'n 150 ft. lot; price 85500 tn.Ask for 1n Dil William 21 W. Washington 165x220' deep A real buy at 82 100; 1 for Sale I I F It it : ;: z
Property City
ra'W c 1. H-1037 Harold V. Condict Realtor; BEAUTIFUL 8-ROOM HOUE'I Street. Rntor. i terms. Mr Wheeler with J. P. Mat- : 56. Business F "i ib.e 555

if SECTION-At RiUcrest .37 E. Central. 6137. bedrooms. 3 baths flm.ct. !I: 810aI j I I lox 145 N. Main; 5809. front 51 I $05e .
lake j dl..lslon.
.4* .. I Ir IID..lw; I large lot. plenty trees. I !: APARTMENT-
.. dM house room Had.o p.rm.nt. Orlando nicest GROVE-Near city 8 acre old trees. i LAKEFRONT LOTS In Irl.b.' well famished units Income 8200. F FI i iI j F highway. *. IlaiP 0*" r1. v ,
'.r .. a*"*'* oaatpmeat Irn. I 5-room bungalow nice I UDI51aL City con.e"n.s 818500. terms. Trade. for hotel. I II I II t F tiOD. k1
iDdud" Close stores and I
I' .*1 .. e '" ..' neaaWt ron4ttioa. $ SOUTHWEST CITY LOOTS t bus furnished. thols. condition. mo.m, .. 115. 6 acre'' Ndrr. Co$6 1. I Hmton. Realtor. 150 E Roblnson. i ii Eoyer. ,.1otIt'1 .

.' t..._ J troll Imawd'iate possi-ssion. I $2.0. p.rl Bl ,I old trees .bungalow 810.500. Colonial D. 86S. ) and Weldint i I Ie Oeso r_ .
sosaS sub M. .1. Just being completed tb five rom 8S.r.I 10 acre grove: early i BODY PALVT !
Main 41i G. I. home will olr BUNGALOW rooms 2 baths and late lo PTlcl Johnson Co. L CAS-DRlE-c.led Shop. Good business for ncbt party. WalvtBTB ;
i I .
... .. .. t. book. front withgarage 2.0. I HUbway 17-82. 20"- S e5 "si-
S MO* Nothing down 847.50 large screened porch Reasuuable.
.. .. e' per p.mnt : eomplt.ly IlImlb.d with i I 1 208_S. n _. ___ Coast, to COUD Welding. I8th St.: i i 1 I'i er' 0 i045. 51st do ..'.
._ STP&AT SECTION- montl 2-bdrom 1.r.l.iD. GROVE-13 .r sbin: PoI TraiL Or- Use .
-e. I electric rvfrigerator. Iro. Blossom a.
ru of Orange
M rm. dlnl. r. kith. .d I I Corner I(I .
; rooms t Vslencias
I I' pr.eU
FOrlsndo. I II'
.. will Call Rert1 heart of downtown ___ .
< 1 Plne.pp. f lando. Fla.APARTMENT I <
prehr thi. UN MM aiaaairu
CSS r Mr.Mo.re I II i .
la Herman u
.. 1 87.700 trm. C.I LOTS LOTS new
ill .rlln with O P. 60 E. 96 ft. front. 120 McKee : .
tt I
N. Orange "or.t Swop. Se ,. with King ., I Close In 4 : free 00 PS* waa ta _
: ; Pine or 8628 and Ph. 4578. interested.iiiEi R.1 HOUSE F I I and '
l SUDd.512 .ftr : HOME I exclusive ettmc'Solid I 30 E. Church; "Open .," Near new Fern Creek ehol 8700 I modern well furnished self con i,,,':I erty at BUOBWI 't. OSO
,I' i HOME AND GROVE--Close In. 5 Apartment site 15d$1.85. 4- I tamed units. Bath and shower also i ... If *. 0511* ..
4 bed
-, :" = ,.u ITT tflITTIroom bun- 'i I rooms. m.t.r.1 throlthOt.and servant'squarters. acres Valencia Pa.e road. G Cole Pak 185..cb 75 I!I 2-bedroom pent-house. Insulated ail Church .

.. .. l' WS. I litioB. 8S.OOC -Plenty arr.of shade. 823.500 'i 5-room bouse. G. lot f.cl of .. electric, large corner lot. Best section A T torte, **. 00500 a
.. pr SOUTHWEST you are looking for Shores 418 ..
Beverly Owner.
with 17'
( Herman ,
oa Vacant : Mr. Boerstler Mr. N.n Priced to yield B BB MM *
i a small home with Henry ,11.00. 1.10.
Hor *ar Miawwlat* rcapancr. Call Ixpnl. t.t Burch Bra, Inc.. $77 N. Orange 9855. Corner 84000. all scd.1 of Broadway. : *
.. you will this < ker. 12 S. Main: 2.109.I Gt1ln. Otr. --- I I 660 FT gut* ..
ot.r. = v I. MMaea. wIb t. a Myers. 1! b a i I Of the city. 2 i just Df"-
three cement bl< bUD.alo.j OVERLOOKING CRYSTAL DDIN RIE GRoV-wpst BUSINESS BLOCIC-Brtd: buUdin I|I e-osSs
MMr a W.
WashiBitoa I
SU ** > w>B4aiKwi e Phone ,t today. Furnished and at the low i! We offer for sale an LKE. t: Vro Realtors. 112 N. story. 4 stores oa first floor, offKs I 1 I Liberty 00 1
3 -1. .* price of 84 Call 1-3 grapefruit: 2-3 Valencia Hall BrO. Agency. 8365 I trees r I
-a .0.0. Per BreD block home with bath large adJr .. TeL 5189.l and rooms upstairs. Total Income ,,' 5.50'
.. .' .ILls O'Har-Mor. 2-238. I scuffled porch Ut electric kitchen Ages t 1 yrr. Artesian well I Orange month now with possible Income of Price ( *
,. ian $&N-New. 2 bed- I Pine j I and garage with guest room. Priced i rood c.lar. Ir. cold. Heavy $500 month soon. In the Heart of good i F,I Ntre3OrosQ. TI

& -. I ...I. Just out- ;i SUBURBAN-6-room bouse. 6 I| cnder 89000. Mr. Smith with Henry h.ml< sil Slrond. by fine town near Orlando. Price 836.500 See ,

r_ I.. rMt I I,. Jones with !| landscaped; chicken runs. lt Burcfa. Broker. 12 S. Main; 2-109.j jI I> troves. 113.5 B. D.vl I LANCASTER PARK-IO ft. corner Mr. Stewart with Harold Shepherd ,.F n i4.
i Realtor 104 E Jefferson : :
Inside s.
: ft.
I. .. S,- arbr. 13 8 MaIn; bus. school and stores. 84675. H j i I CENl RALLY LOCATED-Near LakeI I l I orange tr.p 1185. 10 ft. lake Realty Co. 20 E. _Washington- St.' I i:I ISe .
., t4 each balance 825 1 I I orange tr.. 0. C.Tfn.u
.4 per month. M. j|I Eola. 4-bedroom furnished guest I II $ !I
- ,. .. ... .1-H: _. and Income. 2- Buttes with Herman Goodwin. .. !I hpme. Nest a pin and !, front. 83.500. Mo Broker. SECTION Warei F i':I JUST 50 M. -:

> .. -.I.. -.... with garage : 67 N. Orange:9855. j 1 right. Call .. Smith pith pried I I LAKE CUN1Caf 10-year-old I 132 8. Main: phone 697.i BROOKHAVEN house. Tile construction about 3.- the _

- -.i .."a.. renting for"16: SOUTHEAST SECTION-Well-built 2- Burch. Broker. 1 8. Main: 2-109. 'I 'etly IDllorm '* Ham- ',i LEO r LOT- 5i 000 sq. ft. with large tot. See Hale! ment. 1F.
M stores lins ti In wonderful and
and .
t.- b.. bedroom bungalow with sleepingPorch. I I I .I.al& COD Dean with Bettes Investment Co. Z5 comblord I
|**rt4 prir for thia week only ;, set with heavy crop lake Emerald: paved street on busline.
,. 'r Paved Price. dlton 8513. fruit
t Phone
---' 8M. etrHIm .tre 175.. good I I and excellentlocation. W. Washington. I
Bryant with I nice oak shade '
wn Ir 111.50. "rm.1 f
83500 Pc. .
.-,-: C' : rrmaa Godwin, t., 17 N. Or- ;i your payment mortgsge.on bl. c.sh ini SPEC OPG8 I I Trade .lh S..ld. Lli Orslo' Price &2.5. t.ns 8350 7O S85OO.g. F..PrY"

". i10 ." i come on mn... Call Simmie A Huthm.I R.lor. "Spl.1111 1 Gr. cash and S2S -ro. BUSINESS CORNER-Located on .x- F,I
c e. GARDINSOn I la.. ; 2-16" 64 E. Central. .. cellent corner highway 17-92. Winter I NEW 3-
account '
f .1- i !aDcto. R.ltr. R 4 Central i Suburban acres & Rome-Four miles I f F'i
Borth. owner of a Arcd.: 'I from of town. Ideal location !I i i ,LAKE FN-L' 400 ft. on deeplake. Park. Concrete brick construction I .PrY"
C'Dt.1 1 C. C.
*om*. modern In i '1 price SIS per presently being occupied as duplex. F
every five '
ImtM acres ground beautiful
UI I W ST., E-Lovely little Mills:
I exceUeot ASHIOTON lo '' LAKEFRONT and 9 front foot Herman Goodwin. Inc. easily be converted Into overnight
land :
. .la u" HOM Iro- can
l buntaI -' ,
.M ... sell st 81000 tow IlImle. and porch i,',I lDc.pd .t.tel -tre." i I acres. 5'a heavy bearing ', Broker677 N. Orange; dial 9855i guest rooms. offices or shops. 'I IDEAL
.+. .- per month. toUl 1.- usable for second .IalI Short F i six-room Ihrb and. ..D. four room 't grove. 2-bedroom home; 400 fs b.1 i or 6660.I Modern construction with au u..1 I,I

*.- I .. two y.u with walk to 1 bl brom' Verynice ''1 and I.r. l.t and other building ,' tiful I.k frontage. 114.0. terms'I LAKE FRON-.IUfu Lake Mabel ment windows tile sills and 125'tile I Ibaths. I pOrch \ 4 50qp tM .

U P I any sr. nice< home for retired -i F, all IICly furnished ready to move ,!i F Louis Dln. Brok.r W.s.: Shore. E.steD sloping lot nicely landscaped. :'I owner c.CIIII"
,. .. MK4tr, KesHy, M2i or 1907- ,, QIet. 5159 to see thI.StmpIDt.tOP 1 lags really priced to sell a mgton- 842.WIDERMEIE0. plot 600 let deep. 100 to 165 squsre. Plenty of room for Ideal additional Income'I side .

t t. Realtors Metcatt only 11S.0. T.rma acr. early and I le" lake front with full riparianrights. building. Inspect this with terms. :j I,: rue
to VMTA-1 extra larte. I White sand bottom lake. Pcivale property priced correctly Priced
t-. b liiS .. I *aM*. .Hast I|1 Home and investment. Park. terms -Realtor.crove E. 14.0.I roads. 30 minutes from Orlando- I Jaraerson and Carter, Realtors. 70 K.I sale. A. .
hrl BI.d.: WASHINGTON ST. (Just Of I Col. HIDtD. Robinoo j, ) Carter; '' OSM
II Central. Phone A. T. ( Orlando
trt':11 #= Winter Gar- Near Beautiful Lake
-. ... .of I>I I Large 5 rom. and Lot 01 I buslD'S center lod Iocs- I! WINTER PARK-We offer era on puP highway. :: P>M>
r .. .. U7PJi 140. Only 87.500. Fred b.th I tion b10h: screened i l this serticnj most b Ms or more acres of fshlnc. i| 9516. _,__.____ i iI t OIl o-.... .

i r .t.WOR-r_ cement I'1 I ker.: 118 E. Central: phone 'I. r i iI 'F W rr'a"tile roof all at 81450 per acre. i boating and swimming See wrle I CLOSE IN-Guest home. 3 stories 'I II 1 NORTH -. 1.0 .

fur- F I I rooms extra 1. yentU.tr upwards of 25.000 ". .:I Dlma (Radio Nick Nicholson. I 10 bedrooms. Near Lake Lucerne. Corner 055- set .
ffaor WINTER PARK-We have one of also garage and three-room ;1 441. Orl'Ddo.I.AIL.Dfoi440.. with in 18 .
,._ .. w 'v.8 corner tot l.t Dually of Pineapples. ; *30.000. See Vee Van Boles -
f : a.a the nicest family homes In to.o apt which rent more I I 1 Mam. Phone soft .. .. -
I ..11. Wal- Situated on 5 corner lots. 5 large wU fO teedUnc and grapefruit. This Ion i (an acre equal Clyde McKenzie 12 S. #5505 00 .
t. k \ B*> 5J* to. 25,I rooms downstairs. 4 2 enough to tr dd.rrt paymeDt' is a reliable producer and I $ young citrus. 2-4775. 'I monthly r'.0i''i
; :,. r't P Mae* ss I! baths upstairs plus i only S2.5OO c.s.y retarded by citrus men. David An electricity water, block to school. States

t .. *+* i II.si Or MANOR SECTION-A fuI I''iD garage. The 'C'd'- mediate best psseslol This h one of dreaa. Re.lor. Winter Park. nex: to 12 new homes. Taxes S3 I CENTRAL AVE.-New fireproof buildI |I i terms IsR : .. I. a .-,. .. c. jI
.t our Peter, .
oren I Price 11.200. only S400 down SIS -
3 bedroom frame ; I I c.Uent the property 20-ACRE 30-acre tract.What i I ing. 5-year guaranteed lease at be 'O-
MoaKMl aaraso. Laundry I I I GROV&n 1 monthly Owner 2-1518 I if I I Main: cc'1e *.0
4 t0 'J.l tubs. Bn first class eo.dlUoo 825.OOO Northeast Orlando In that ha $200 per month. $19 000 Terms
*- boot p.tro Iowa and bearing I|I i.U install you your family ,' BomeL.tc produced from 7.000 to 10.0 boxes ORWIN MANOR-Lot 50x140.. amid desired. Hsrlow G Fredrick. 118 N. ,-.. xi Ii
... t"-: \ fish tt B"I street. A nice ,, home you win all enjoy for life. I large ld.hborho Cololalt.n each year for .10 Ha! new homes. Near bus terms. I Orange Avenue, dial 8188. 57. B>n |an_. 55'Ss.0

.tie I 1. Kmrtek- ai- Exclusive with David and I.cnl Dee pavd etre' paved road frontage and lies on Kittinger Realty. 2-O074 105. .r

.- S : .l. O".- 1.1 7348 .i iMMIE :F lo. Winter Park. Anc..a. R.a- | .. DI. fv. rm.floors and and sleeping com-i A fine irrigation system wit aluminum PALM Beautiful. building ,I! 1
: prch hadwo : section
4 t II BLOSaOU TRAIL NeW !: WINTER PARK New 2- drom : nlc'1 flrDlshe Total I sprnkr pips .ceU.nt I! site; TRRC and lake fronts. COLORED SECTION-Store building residence ; .

I aaornrr bum home. Corner lot.J F block. Screen porches front back. price only $.50. E.s t"aIIDaton mile from wih l.r.top set. Attractive prices. Carl Trde. Developer and duplex. Large vacant corner '1 Ss **
I f. 1fLTT' tOO fl fcttkway fraatat. Bargain1Mr Growing section Winter Park; off j Orl'Dlo. with can delvrlor 31 N. Orange: 2-442. t.[ for additional store and apartments j !
.or 1. MSOO. terms. I i Temple Dr.; Picardy Place. By owner. I : We have several oulstandI I 11.5. 1 $ only S3.500 cash Harlow G.I I E .
I N. 50x150 ft. -
Orangedial SHERIDAN BLVD. :
1 'eC
Mat ," wl Aar Ptt. i,, All electric equipment instilled. 87i log Investment opportunities in income R.lt" 39 2-241.I S900 sold today. Owner pre I Fredrick. 118 K. Orange Avenue. section Sf5 '. .
I,4 .cor. .1 "alI a i i 250: without $ .0 Ph Winter I I properties located In Orlandpand |i 20 ACRE BUDE GRv6 I : dial 8188. i,i residence, _e 0se.0' II"
: i Park 2-2042 Sat o&May other Central Fla. towns. i i acr 84. I F :
I I what 'Ou'r IklDC b i; grove and other property. Al' hurt by cold. .Trees uniform VIRGINIA DR- 1725 corner Gran- ;

OMWIX MANOR SECTION Lovely | i for confidential information without fine condition. Estimated 8.000 oox I vtlle. 2 blocks ta Fern Creek bus CLOSE IN-See this nice large guest : 571.
WITE PAR-WlJ walling c early bloom crop set. Heavy to I -and new school. Owneracross I home well furnished la an excellent 05. 0 "
r' built i; obligation. grape- $75. ffJEL .
'. -, bllal. j', of : :J : i frit but a good bl at 816.500. b.1 I the street. location and yielding a :ood I COCOA R5 00 0
." f' I ..lily 1Dc.p otfd Bungalow I balance to I Income. Price. 820.000. Mr. Lyle with
3 bedrooms dining room SAM A. HTJTCHIMS. Phone 2-0583 'i I. ar'DIP. | WINTER lot on private $20 to
.. &. $ Eulun1 Geo. kltcbn screened 409 S. Orange Ave. Mr R C. Busch .eDchtr. Broker. 2 E 1 road PAR-Lr. thirty foot Herman Goodwin .Inc.. Broker. 677 Ocean

*-$ fIi"t .. ', ..a l a.ltn prl.2-171 Hj, furnished. Immediate posI Associate i i 920. beach front on Lake Mlzell. Price | N. Orin,.; 9855. __ I ibie.

.'. I session. Garage lot 75 x65: fine !' 100 ACRE GROVE Highway and ,135.00. Scott. '1 Henkel Circle CLOSE Dt-Apartment house 6 units : Let -Pf'I

I shade and shrubbery. Price 110.0' JUST OUTSIDE CITY-2-Story frame lakefront I Orange County. Large j WINTER PARK-Two beautiful lake- I I nicely furnished. In first claw 'I COCOA

PALM ltIACI-Rear Silver Lake : small wlIt: i iRumbaush I .hlIs with 3 bedrooms and .Ieo bearing with. 35.000 box averI I! View tots: each 75x150. 81.600 for r repair Always rented. Gross Income fl tot

,.. 1Jt"J .... a very attractlre. pro- LA'ItrR f' Jch One acre of land age o.e several ,p.rs.Good block of I both; or will sell separately Earl !i $ annually. Price S32.500. F. A. In :
m ,.I S -. paaMM It .a big aii ro bunts-F br._ISO_Park Ave.. "Iotr trees and one large Temples. Price $13.0. Cavenaugn. Shannon with Roy Grr. Broker Allison. Realtor. 37 W. Washington Realtor 9 8 I'. 5

0 wWk l bath '. pnb: WINTER P KJ: drom livingand avacado; shrubbery and shade. City Realtors. 4308.CONTACT __ ,l,i 112 Park Ave.. Wintr Pek; phone gu OCEAN 50s.m
.. I.1St 1M It laaadH. breaklast t.o.r !I dining rooms. water and Uht Near school store C. B. DAVIS tor grove : 620. I'
a' Ps.0 is, sad aurase r.o. we basement and furnace. Large kth.D. i and bus lD'. $14.500. See Frank In the famous Indian DOWN TOWN-4-unit apt. with extra
= WINTER PARK ( worth
-: $ will several fruit tot. Come to 360 Edinburgh ) Hays Investment Co. 25 I 104 E J.frsn 21649., I ISM I I'I Temple Drive- k.Kno.lr I apt. lot. 8 garages. Best buy la to in =. y
D. ? atID' P Terms. Get It now.
$25.000. :
troea and other features show you Mrs. Henkel.WIJITER W. Washington at Phone 8513. i i home city. at 403 :
i -20 .hold
I acres land Iac. 1ti. Metealf Bidg.
rau 0. are Inspection for 814 000 Claybaugh.
c.: i I Winter Park tot*, as low : Also
GARDEN ROAD in all 10
m' ..9 ill.t, ..Hal 1188.H O Frd-. ,I Ct 1lt. block SEON-I! BASS ARE JUMPING.-Spring fed I acre.fencP 15 acres V.lenths by a 8295. 1/3 down b.lanc In am.U'monthl GAS STATION LOCATION on Highway aw P- < C
u Ubr
from Orlando 3 I sandy lake city limits. Very j 24 2 Dt.. Utilities avail I 441. 125 ft. frontage. Only 5-room .
j :
8 8>*at oi lIve :Orlsado.itatiop .. roc m frame bungalow in good con- I IdIUOD. 1 I 1.p lot. newly built. 2-:' fireplace ,hOla tc .c 83.900 prh. able. A look will satisfy. Carrigan & : 1250 down. Total price. 8975. A. C. i I June

-n 1 V950 with 1/3 cash. Rex-Me- rom New 'Itom.tc gss It. Mr. Pr. J. P. ', Upland.:Ine. Owr. Carrtsan Bide. 1121 N. Orlando ocean. Oaa* i .050 So .

21 : r.I. -= SCHOOL SECTION ',,,0111 R.ator. Exclusive Agents. liE water heater also rom 1.0 I 145 N. Main: 5809. M.tts|I 672 N. Orange; 2-4551- *, Ave. 'INk'ii'1 Underpass. Pbon : aa laiw

T Mw temtat blob construction. 2 N. Or.. 4147. | mortgage price &6. Clyde )cKeD I 2 LOTS. Southeast corner and I I Winter Park. Open Ban. I $ s-
bidriiaia. > 2 Broker. Web
F attacked IIU' 2 BEAUTIFUL residences en Lake I s 1 S 53. Acreage for Sale F Ferncreek. SSxl5 ncb W. I GUEST HOUSE-On Lake Lucerne. OCEAN

1 as*** aaragt. ; "Dr'D Pe1 Lancaster I be purchased at reduced I NEW HOME 2 bedrooms. Lot F r Holder Phone 2-28. Furnished. a bedrooms. 4** baths.CaU I i Av*.

.Ir tot .lt."&' r'lt.$ pme. J. Mo.Brker. 132 100x137. Must sell this week. 85750. I Cusno.u. bwel Lake 3 tot facing ( C. R. Emerick. Realtor 610 M. i i _
teen or !100 E. S. t977. I'F 81250 ea balance monthly. 1 ,8bD ("tw 6t I .ACI and 220 3. o ft big o hl.b Orange: telephone 7348. i|I I nl.hed
r 428S.I cu R F! 6-ROOM home for fisher Call wth Veterans' R.l Estate on paved ,I i Kathryn. Owner wants offer. See our | G GUEST )tObf3-Central Ave. Tile ((828900. '
0.0 .. '. ." i4I .. : with a boat or a a swimmer. I I Agency 8. Court; Fop Surrounded by beautiful bearing 1{j i .11n M. J. Joa Broker. 132 8. roof oak floors. 2 story: 2&b. 1 I I Realtors: I lIP .
. P" LAKE SECTION Vacanti- NErD. frontage I Cr, Management Department. groves W.r spot. See or write Del- 1.la phone glassed-in sun porch porte-eorhere''' tons aaa"f
on hard road
5 0.0 BiMck .a apaa bom and Lake. l'i 0 STOP PAYING RENT! 4-room ma Radio Nick) Nicholson. P. O. i 4 LOTS and ..r... Modern kitchen large Bv e '! *
I' ._ h 4 CMMral fanualwd I"'" Onj miles from Forrest I'I l 441. Orlando. -Near Lake Suranne. Rich lh8B 81. a *
lILIeS .nm'Dl Real- Lake Academy. 550 deep well. F bungalow with city water : Bl | garden soiL 11.0. C.1 2-40 landscaped lot. Completely furnishedi : goala) *> s*> **t aaal **
hdua.D. Ddle. j 1 i Must be seen to be appreciated. I I triclty. Priced 83000 for quick LERDROA2'acre tract 100 FT. BUSINESS LOT i Including linens dishes and washIng lobed
t.e. 1-4U. i Requires on E. Robinson machine. OPA Income S5S weekI .' rooms,
7-' tj F Ideal for Summer vacation. Mr*. i. : only 81000 usl. James J. grove. Bumby Intersection I ,:I
apaiBBBi ,i F. Ricks. 101 E. Par Are... Orlando i I H.cket R.altr Blvd. 9 ft. frontage on paved road. Ideal .dlDinl .8t I $18.90O terms. C. B. Davis. Real- bedroom,

a. '- ** *m i aooauuz&-.otisa1 ) dr. HURRY. IF YOU WANT IT!.- ACRR Depot" Dial 7588 fo home or subdivision. For particulars I M. J. 17.4. .81rplnc.. with : tor. 104 E: Jefferson.2-1649. ,,: blnatloa .
*. .. MIll 1 S frame Mo. 12 JI.I.: '1 room rw
ice Jane Brothers. 235 N. : "
t-rar .Mt wlU e going Nort tHi acres south NEAT 5 room frame cottage. Like J.In i Phone 697.I > -Close to post office .
I l.a4. maid rm of modern. new. 2 screened porches large tot: : Dial 7559 i and center of town 7 bedrooms POTThen.

L. t Ui '*, .-. b.4.O ,| 5....1., a.OfL l..Lang 1Y. >| Pa cty., 6rm.. 135 A I 84250 terms Kilian with Howard 308 MERI. ISLN Citrus LandI I EXCEPTIONALLY 135. NICE lot. 55 $ Ii nicely and completely. furnished in- eltht .
i section. 81500Also en
7 s' I Batll'( citrus chicken ranch equIpmint. N. Main. 7325. 1 I I Indian River I. CoID.lto.n eluding linens, etc. Building la excellent j i
', pool term ass : tl T' See Well with Robt L. 1 BARGAIN I] district. Partially cleared and ditch- cre. .m. location, 115.SttpsDt.tol. condition. Garage that can easily F FI I I CHOICE
: ;= 'c1iw sad bu =Close :I I Pryde. 668 X Orange; 2- room frame completely QUICK furnished SALE-S I i ed; artesian w.ll 860 per acre I, '. Re.lor "et.1 be converted into apartments. Corner ]:[I I Y.-- '
ana Let ;
: .t = Robt 4596. j gas stove automatic heater refrigerator. i I' Trafford Co. Realtors.. Est. I ,j : lot 147x138. beautifuLy landscaped, I j|I ration ( ?
Buy With With i 1917. Coo. n. I I BUILDING LOTS-Select your home- 'Price 125.000. terms. Jamerson and i i''JI'bllttIP
,3 1E 868 N. Orange; 2-\j\i 'Pryde" Cond.neD.1 86300 w.sr. -rdl-phono,. MERRITT ISLAND-135 up. Fertile site DOW In the attractive Db Carter. 70 E. Central. Phone A. T. rithts."
: e.pl I dread rect
Country Club Buster) Carter 9516 F
lII. Confidence-Deal With oMEF.e rom tile left WORZ tw.n 2nd 1.r. Good water electricity. C. all sizes. lcton I 01 .
b.th pas to and ''
Realtor Cos bl' HIGHWAY 17-92 Tourist home and
ehoL i house from Bob B 21649. Iho -
6. Fla.
10, ) stores Ai 1.0.0. II. Arden. ORANGE BL0SiTRAn.4. Pcd r..D.lly. C.s i business location. New block build-|
2 Mi I terms. .
r QI.hIIP i' '.
Windsm M.ln Ing. 30x60 ft. 2 large 2-bedroom fur.nisled
T-_ at once. .
and 5-acr
MMXMERE SMALL nearest Orlando :
-Prewar frame dwelling. 1 CMPAC HOME near l.t. tr.et I TWO I apartments with electric I II | -
S ; .: =" ':, La..lllb shady .tt. 1 8wo"12. R.lor. 60 isYOULI. East Pine. Phone :i most. eiY. COD..DI.I.Jefferson Make St.oru. Development' tems.ech Jim aide.M. Priced 1 I Li WTiox: 5 $4..Pi! kitchens Downstairs tall be converted I FOR I 1tIiJIIt.m'

.G.bdrO : D E 'I' Wlt. C.ldwl 523 8ta.I' I Into 9 rooms. 100 ft. on bleb.".
Be batik MONEY. buy I, FOR. SALE 6-room lots. I Pete Realtor corDe I terms. A. C. To
Low and
tn pr. B' 3 1 price easy setU
hOls. .
on Central and ; 2-0786. LOCATION Southeast sec I
well I heap CHOIC .
mak.t bside. : city bus Golden Broker. 1121 N Orlando
:E.. I... *.I 11.. handy I* school I 40 attractive u.in'.1' R1Dlln.. .w.tr. t Close to i 1 ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL.-.Florida's for only lovely$ lot l0xI4..both Mr. I Ave., (Near Mattland I Underpass), ,r A !
aad A daady elesa home. ;; Die ranch t,1 home; '39 Race Track Oscar Davis.& I I F main street. Fastest d.nlop I' Wheeler 185. I Winter Park. Open Sun. |I I
J. P. Mattox 145 N.Main
I !
.. 0 tck acrupaaey. 81IAOO. terms. Lht. w.tr. Compare and I: 'i surest acres f'"B'
-S SOOt 114 Nschol.ON.aL 118 E. Rablaaaa ,thr Realtor. Terms. '' BARGAIN FOR QUC BALE-.6.room ,, m.D& fltlr. 2. nearest Ina ; 58. INDUSTRIAL LOT- .001.140. one :,
mal a.a j I 112 Phone 5613 Inspection 'I bouse 3 goodlocation. I i, It Priced. to sell ; block west of Orange Blossom Tr )Ij bouse -
d.t. tado. '
Jnn Grove of
lo between Central and
boIaoM j IF YOU ENJOY better 84500. Morris Jim M. 55. Country Property for Sale I j Washington.
YZ.-4-bsdroom house. things In be sold
r th !I Sunshine Garden. E. Hogsn. Extlslv. 86 500, or will take house of equal r.
life we would to show this i I Realtor. 70 Central 2,0'8. ,
Fvn>o< brat b.m.D' beautiful you :!F DICK'S HOUSE Only 11.100 down !! 'I P.tr. E ALTAMONTE SPRINGS-Owner will value in trade. 42 Bottom Ave. pb. details
1 h V t .k. "t I home. Top 2-1285. I Sos 332
O.I. F
.5* I.s 44 h.ih. UvtMMoa Ave .u.. 2-1. I for only 824.000. George ,1.Ut I I I balance monthly. New block 3-bed-1!! IV, ACRES-Fronting 100 n on i I I to"talk make turtI' 0.. hi. 11. Pft. 1! I II
with Asher 'I room bouse. Fireplace. No city tavesI a Mo.r l.toQ I
I" t9iORBAJt4400 down 825- Peter Realtor 70 E. Central:20786 | large lake and road for I
: I Immediate I occupancy. Price 84800. i'rld.ce. Best Co. LOCKHART bedroom home was ,
St or 81.500 T. J. ,
S --.r bay bosh la Ocoe Needs repair \ !I A C Golden. Broker. 1121 N. Orlgr.do : homrlt. tah. pletly IlrDlsht drom.. 100 It son construction netted over t
hI badlt. Wax Mathews with j. DD HOME" SER- Watch for our i Ave.. (n..r Maltland nnderI Undorff 2-3983 Realtor. 438 N. W.ID phone I on Dc. 83500 last year aa store. Can be 'I 58.

Katar_Broker. Ma a Main. '81. Week Valuedts- I pass>. Winter Park. Open Sun. or 2-73. lawn. It's what most people : easily reconverted to store Has cottage B11
[I played in our window each week. I S ACRES 1 mile east of Signal BIn''th country. Ask Ale Peter. Real- In rear rented at S3S. All for |

try always to offer you the most r HIGHWAY Js Unimproved. Phone 9833. .ID; 20786. $9000. Some terms. Will accept good buyer
laT BEKomorabl your Geo. P. Brass. tATON-Ti a I r-co'Dt.l
money. !
l .1., ly- Co. E. Central I frame roml. bath S ACRES on Big Lake Barton 81.150. highway. :, house trailer part payment. Act quick i i meat i
.1t&'ttIIf 1 room kitchen. 1922-1 Ave. Et.bUb" and sleeping prh o Front and rear I lEu, terms See W. K. Price.I 1 Unfinished. 6 large rom O block If YOU want this home and Income I Kay

-5- .,. I .- sleeping porch also I I Real Estate 2'1 South Or'DI Ave. 1 construction. Heavy duty wired. property. V. M. Sharpe. Lockbart nIP $

.= ,! front pn an in prc. 'De .letrc. Phone 6385. '; porcb. 8Vi acres. 145. HIDtOa Bath Ra i I II ACRES.

I' Sod rondlUoa Lars nice Garate and two other outbuildings.Lot 20 east of tor. 150 E 13.I' | MAITLAND-.Grove, home and busl- I', arove.
I .. be." ..chicken yard. On I OPEN FOR INSPECTION has 100 feet highway frontage ACRS Park.O b"hw.y aires on | COUNTRY fookfrontage. i I ness. In this lovely home and grove Realty l I matbii!- ">-*tvawta

I Immediate possesssaa ; with hard surfaced parkway. Average Gade. Road. Will trade i I' 2 PLCEl0. furnished. { section we have an Interesting and : IB
I Presd at 88 Harlow O. 'On Sunday from 2 to S pm Mr. i depth of lot 165 feet. Fruit trees and WItH 15. drom. tompl.tl
.I. property or cruiser. !, Thirty I profitable property to after. First an I IattrocU.e > Priced
Painter will show this lo lri tres ae.l nellhbrho.I r
.ii rredrirk. Ill N. dial > charming tarden. Price 84750. McNutt-Heasley :
-" 818 See Geo H. Son. 1 S7.5OO Victorian house with four Wilbur

II I great ttv* la Orlando.* *i I I The home Peter.address in beautiful Is 1208 Wol.Dd.Lu.atr'Park.Asher I j Realtors.:5106. 1 W. W.sht St. Phone 'I Realtors.38 ACE 2-3176 fronting Ilrdec 1.100 ft. .&COD I I I calf_Bide iO 1 t-g ::;_:: '<'I panelled bedroom dining and 3 := : lovely completely full I I IF !! Church CLIENT:

R.ltr. modern kitchen
I large living room
I MUhwgr. 2.000 ft. on I CURRY-FORD ROAD Rice, littlehome. F ,i ehase : ft
COCTHEAST SECTION-Lane road and about on i ample screened porches a wide land-
th I III j electric On Park 'l
I -
Cont 50 f.
.phi a den 511. fake County Property Lake. J. I Lrhts. pmp. 2.i scaped lawn and a garage with living i iI F.
Mw muSfvl .ar Added fttu.o- CHOICE HOME-Beautlfv.l lot and I B.nl. Broker. 15.0.. Main; phone I .cr&2. 81.yt.R.lt. 3 I sot. In addition there 1$ a darling I BoI.
I I Pine
MadMcea SS. faa. alLis lr.I. II shade street. Twin bedrooms study; BONNIE B Beautiful small I 697?. 13 j.! little rental collate electrlcalitI I ...II-4
aoataja sbta**. I! a. .I 1 ear .I&rw.y.. tiled wall bath kitchen. 7 rom tnet Lake Eustis. Nav CSE IN o Hlhw. 17. on big eaulaned Bert of all if the S ,i
Rt M* f* w4m t I Irm. A real valu for Cement garage the ocean Per t seU. J FT. Nortl Or.ne. Blossom Trail K.tnD. mil north of of fine bearing grove and acakC: DUPLEX
n Term arrani1 I dry tabs with Kenmorewasher. Best 8 W. J. Kistler Ra:. T.nr.F F lrlt. acres land I I yo'n moderntile shipping business already established. I| DIr": {
"I. Select tourist 1
court site
1 bungalow 3 .
> If O. Fredrick. new furniture. Low price 817 000. 1 bedrooms and Price 825 000 with 110.000 dowa Call I II Ij
Hal. F. 'I
and Price 85OOO if sold before
? .. *. 11.1 1188. Step in. Compare and buy thru Clay EUSTIS 2 baths bungalow '' Isln.rs. Goodwin Inc.1Broken F I 2 b.U's tile floor &lhout life 1 Mrs Humpfer with O'Hsrra-Moore GROVES
J Oe. baugh. Building._ j rom 1t. Hpr. On 5 2-0836. 109 East Pine St. Orlando g
Ins .1. I Orlando R.ltr. )ete.1 .. condition ror. frontll j I wanted. :
i( large 3-room grotto 17 Or'De. 985$66. 500 1. on Highway 17 and Fla. ... me. I
bameDt tp' ON section 28 on large sandy lake. Fine fish- ;
lIltING LAKE TERRACE-Flne 2 I garage horn frl&I Ii II Ing. ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL 270 ft.front. I at.nr.
P : someI Owner offer. See our .
ATTENTION G. It i, new erwnrep. I w..t 24 tots. We have to sell 23-
; aiory Spaoua tile borne on 'IU e.rt 'D.t'D bl. .tn I i Sam sign. M. J. Broker. 132 8. j
h**i 2 bedrooms and bath .p I and wah.r IO. 1th I Johnson Co, S. 125.. Main: phone 697 0?. these. Asking price 88000. Make your i I i :
bedroom and bath If pots haven't found a house That property. a l 20 offer. your ?
m..u.-- Hardwood double garage with' will appraise for a 100 per cent spotlessly clean. In a good o ::! COUNTRY PROPERTY Since Two unit apartment on 2 fine lots. I Realtor
aaarwaoat ll. This Is worth lookMta loan see us at once we have several. I designed for the purpose of 53-1. Ranches and Timberland 1916" Ask Asher Peter. "He Prb I Also grocery. N. Orange Owner ingoing 872 N.

at. .I17JOO. See H. E. Geo. F. Bras Realty Co.. 19 E. Central able living 11.0.0. W. J. Itler.I ably knows" cor. Central and 1.ID. I North int be sold now. I ISlsytoa. II _

1 Wbelr wIth Harold Shepherd Real- Av*. Realtor. T.nrs K3SSTMMEE COW RANCH: Half mile Realtor. 32 E. Pine St.. phone ,i HOUSE "
frontage on East Lake Tohopekaliga. for
CO E Washington St. I I 6651.
i tr I TRIANGLE-Lovely estate If
OLE 8 miles from Klssimmee. known as I your
_._- I iLT.SECTION Prewar con- Iot 65 .snd lane citrus F Tlndall Ranch. Approx. 1.000 acreEall FOREST CITY ROAD ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL-Best Johnson.
room and bath frame BUGAW-e In. Pr fur ltll 1DC'p I 900 set-up trailer eourt. Splendid moto: f' 8612. "
bMkow, furnished. Good I nic eDdltloD ln'''I grounds .tyl' "DCe. house.ce. putur. nl., m .cr 2-story modern r.ld.lle.I I court possibilities. Most prominent .
bar. dep
s p Oso ft5SR. atrattoav. tors plenty /of fruit. I screened porch garsge. blo" I wo. 10 lovelY largo rm. c1 f eo- power rom and tn A.I Aahe Ptr. corner itC'tbYttl'o ROUSES
_. Immediate i Ilht eonlderbleuprl Realtor, II
I.rhIcahI Cower plumains. heavy duta wiring.abne i tores church and "usi et b.tb also 3r timber away. C'ltra Main I than any Trail. I Sects
1 possession. 87.50O. terms. ;' Large garage 2- 7" Best location Central Florida. Price
S at floors lan bedrooms. | See tenant on place or home
.- 0 Price It 000 ." with Sam Johnson Co.. 208 8. Main._ i with servant's quarters wash bousewith 12. Rodgers Brke. 64 I I right terms right interest rate rtcht. la

M *r.0 *1 Co.. tubs and shower. Thlt. propertyis I! North Court St. phone Jim M. Caldwell with Asher Pet-. I
..r .bp. bit 2 E 9. I MaIn Si.tontali.. f
P 8124. NEW approved home on paved In excellent cODdlton and should GOTHA-.Big 6-room frame bungalow Realtor eor Central and MaIn 2-0786
G. location 4000 ACRES- One hour from Orlando. :
delight ,
line. 5-room blokentrtoo any .1. T 3 screened porches e chickenhouses '
..,li1, Irt. bU screened makes it Ideal prfmlona Very .crlble. Wodru in 3 acre b>g bearing grove. STORE BUILDING-Practically

4_ II com. tub and man that wih. office I I water frontage. Some, I Overlooking Lake. Olivia. Eldrl About 9% net-return oa
SVn prh. : copr on side. tourist wit ettr. or for farm equipment water heater and electric Ia ment. Due to.Increase la lease,1It.'j' property.
b.tb. pnohr.. ,. the business netUtDt dinlP. rldU'o 2-story residence. cruoed. 89.000. M. J. Moss, Broker after Or n"._
Price Bat show over 10* net yetorn
t ,
PiH roe tamest .iok 2 bed lo 1.0. I fun living. I 1.0.0 ft. pine tim U2SMainphon977.
-I' 1S 4767. W. B. T
Realtor. Obr of year. 827.000. terms.
baaialew and bedroomff000 3 E Cuel i owner to 818.00000. W. J. ber. 875 OOO. "n. r m.1 I:I
** 0 i. buatslow wttb. plenty of fruit. Kistler.JRealtor..enl..nr Fla. I with any ranch on to. make I.I LAKE FN-2-ro block bun son. Realtor. 14 S. Main: 21619.TOURIST ttona.
"i.4 oa rsSM' ritia u.n. tot*. A NEIGHBORHOOD i*. open I I I Central Florida
504 Let skew you these new homes PIE consideration. are GROCERY STRE. now dome about cor. Central and ta ae PI Immediate CYURT-No. 1 Highway. N. MIlia.
Tr Re.lor. a pO.lo I Imen
I 1 h's week business .
.0 h. four per
Shnmway. iliTDT
wo sIR give I Urge rooms two 4o- I dol.n It.95. Rar 3 doable cottage six-room apart
r-! *-h a* n as awMt a U d.ta fif carase nice downtown on Main ,078. 14 O.nap dial \ Completely equipped restaurant \ IDa. Eo
*** _.n ii .1 y.r4 h Florida town. 2-28. ,
salk good Central
LAKE Also station. Pine 8t.
.s "f. Bt"r .tet Lots for Sale FRONT-Home and 2' guest with beer and wine. car -
hI cu
**" 110. In near 15.
i .0s taa.ps laB Brim,. A'*acy. Realtors. 112 M.i prIe Ibl. Call O' fDt tyoyP Inventory F FI cottages or home and rta cot .' Nicely furnished cottages with
i Oraas An.I""r Realtor. Pine: 2-0836. fatal .elet. .n t ADAIR PARS values are tages. Additional tile baths. Approximately 22 acres
,,_ i Wer
*** ***" I of fixtures. Wm. I
m.rb.Ddl I IF land wIth 459 ft. oa highway.ThIs
ShSS S I! For Ilk come conversion Ideal for of "
LhIIls' Florida. elilb. 4'10.
51s ECNOM BUNGAW-| Oermont. :I view ef IndianR
s Bd. R.lOI. For home.17i H acre .. court provides waiting
.51 St I 0" r'B 170. pa.I i
.0t In l'Ddsa. l w.1 only .D: TAVARES LEN 5 rom!I ticulars tee K V.no.e Ratr. 100 bearing citrus tree*. ver and has plenty of room for ties :
I.M 2 S
SN baths
00 P1* p fish n. Fin location.trm. and requiring only 1. I .D bath Lb. J.Dn. Priced, t 29 E. Cburth Strt Ph.e '8 soil lake.for Better nursery.check Nearly this 400 ft. on I I trailer Price $31.000 camp and cash.additional Exclusive cottages.with 371 B.

0 i 4 SUNS h : mrg* *. well landscaped, Peter Breen with O'Ha.-Mor aU 1.0.0 i| ALTAMONTE SPRINGS Lake front Georgia von today with I Mr. Poliom with Harold Shepherd ,
Schiller Realtor
I. h* hi. bst5 F maa n'trees. Priced only, at 109 E Pine: 2-83. i to.-.r. i business and residential l. Own- 7186 Realty Co. 20 E. Wasbingtoa ea.1!
.I 0 .t* so IteMS. w. L with Harold DESIRABLE 8-unit i I WE v a fine selection of Quality -'I I er. Homer Sewell. Winter
I' Ha THIS VERY 'P& 89 PBone5124._ _ _ I !
40 s Iwot., hI.$ ii **aerd Kraltr Co. 2 E. WashCXSET U being offered for the flI I BoN and BlslI". lit. !'BEVERLY SHORES-You will Dur I TOURIST HOVIZ On No. 1 Highway '
*p tt a .. for i tale LAKE CONWAY 1
tatb p .. _o.__ close to Orange Ave.: tOe I Yo. a" Fla.I i regret building your new e la Edr-ewater Fla. Hag 6 rl11
Kistler.RIaltOr. Tsvares. I
> II j
*** a sad 1
w.iaeU have several attractive I this beautiful section. lot
We Buy
OR your
4 bedraam : _
_f 0 tJ-aMra La-a a.ua h*. *. 2 4'. r -- mints for the most conservative buyer I LARGE residential lt good gar- j, now while choice available. It's news when yon can buy a modern bedrooms., 3 baths ample closet II | $N
Os ,s ataWB *M *a/aa> tattle* O'aaer L'"dU several large epts., the desirable | d.1 land. Owner 10 GraadviewIBt. Walter W. homeit. a' residence on popular Lake Conway I space nicely furnished. Newly re- 1
"g-'O mo I finished Inside and out. new heating, PI'9PPn' '
0 ISshs ah la* S I 1.142 commercial andgnest I Mt. Dora. Fla.j ; 49 N. Orange Ave. Orwin Manor c. Nice lawn. 2-car carage. Dandy sandy i F:
outfit. Large tot with 2 iota fac-
JWBAtaM *.0f4 st lag T'-ac1-E 4-bed-walk- houses. We .pl.l In real j NEW HOME on tot Id5. 2 I flee 3356 M. Orange Ave. o- beach dock and boat. For details ask I iD"' S-reet in rear 90 fruit trees. :1'
***i ar hISISI B Asber Peter. Realtor cor. Central and
Steph'Mo : I II
estate R sleeping .
iDnstmet. DUBSDREAD COUNTRY I storeroom laundry
CLUB room
dromL prch. s
Hai larwa etoif bom* excellent coa- sec Main 2-0786. I
044 abaao MMa I M. Mal phO' ment. Nice shade Lane lots with stationary tubs. Income from I
Tory Broe. lardeR 12 $495. SALES
i ) n, lw. I
U WBW, MM boaau. 1. eomlor eU1
Floor .1 2-172. I handle. 1005 N. K tr Pay tot I tourist and fruit will pay for property grove
Ofla. aanam twa**** Jomenoa Ie P RESIDENCE ta .e Dora. Fla. I .. building materials become 111 health reason for selling. depen4
polo, VV* p.s eaeaaa* IU" T. .Ca"r.. z A BEt Quick p00053100. I available. Property la this high I LAKE BUTLER CHAIN w* have sold Address .._r. H. W. Muses PX>. handling

**"***** $54 artaaa C'I & II J "osL Broker. 13 5. 1.1 phone 52. Groves for Sale section is bound U Increase clu F all but few of these camp sites. If I Box 12. ZdgewaterPa. Sage .
F.0 <*
: I0l.s" lP01&-UmO Lovely 6977.MODERN. la value. Buy today of Utts I you want one reasonable see Forrest TOURIST COURT ItUt-4 unit I power
la* .)*,- ranch house: 3 bed- COMMERCIAL GROVE-A Lake I Increase, We hare a.d beautiful' Kfeere. Broker. 43 W. Central. 2- I' completely furnIshed Also eottag W. I

batba. lyS tl 2 U ab? I County aty. Ideal tatll Ian tots right oa the golf course. I I I 2907. for owner. 10 acre plenty room forexpanntoa I
.Ftt MK. grounds la UP rooms. bat ti for "" varieties and 2.100 aDJ WiH. luhts. gas and bus : 5-ROOMROUSE with electricity and or trailer. Priced for 1mfe -
I L Pried 126.5 Borne shingle r o 17.a" lb .I form trees with a good crop l I P.r. .A Boland. 2 acres. S3.50O. S50O dawn and ediat .Ie. Call Mr. Mownr with 8Ul arms.Uf r ;

To eee IRIS \ .prpny. phone I offer plot .n ? Moss. Brour. 133 rii I IIZ.O. "18 C. W. Walters. Bldg.; 672 N. 'U'ble'j l balance Eke rent W. A. McKenney I Kin Real Estate. 30 E. Cburco. j I. 110.000 ne bte 5.,. W54gEObi.

8IS8. Audrey Realtors.. .I SUmp Main: : 6977. I Orange; 2-9. I 45SU evenings. 2-2534. Broker: 4950 Cheney Hiway; 2-7144. '43. "Open Sunday." II. Orla.; : "j

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w.. .. .. !!. _BoUnoi OpportunlUn I St. Help Wanted-Female [*8. Sales Help Wanted |I II | 74. Aotos.TraUert Wanted tS. L'sed Cars for Sale I! !1. Tr en.Yruck for Sale | &nithg rntnrl.r.r I

.. .. -- IUIDIrsI OPPOftTt1NtTTA. WAITRESS WANTED.-.Klsht work. I PERMANENT POSITION offered I I BADLY NEED of 1946 and 1947 I HUDSON-1939 4 door Md.. OrlsInal HOUSE TRAILER 1947 Zlmmer I I! .
... .* eru tataahaiMd INfle S5Wlvti15. '* lots .cint oo Experienced only. Apply at Dutch :I high type experienced specialty L and"older ears. Barley finish fin rubber very good i I tandem. 27 It; sleeps C: bottle tat. I| OR \
Or. lutomolU.
Trr )I* ? *... ka.T.sVwSWaSSSP" .. 515.... inn (n.. 4 Una Mill after 5 p.m.. 1002 M. Oranse salesman selling top-quality building 615 N. Oraois Ate. transportation car for 8175. R. .. I 20 ft. awning and window s wains t: SUN.. JUNE 8. 1J47JTAOC II7S.
55554141. 5Sib.e sag Rock LrHA .. and machinery maintenance prod-1 I phone 8597. Evans Truck end Bargain & cor. I IGarland exhaust fsa. dolly and other extras i .
-* 55ei1. 'ssS.& approved A WAITRESS. experienced. Apply la ;: nets In this vicinity. National firm and 21023. I Reasonable. Sea Charlie at 1 Punt Trangn-Tnitiii
t 1515.Sf., er .ady let h1lde j.. person to Araloa Coffee Shop. 458 complete line kisS rate of com-1' GET TOP CASH PIC for rauf cat' EUDSON-1840 A..U.club coupe. Excellent I It. Tr.I'e' Pak. onU. S 441. I re laS I
a. model Used
0..1. O..n. 11 Rutlaod North Orante Are.YOUNO ._ _ mission Write Mr. Quince Box I regardless of m.t o I '
.... WashingtonBt shiny black finish: let.nt. HOUSE TRAU.ER-.1545. 25 ROCSE TRAfLr M4 Jgf
133.Ammo. Car Bxcnante. Rul'
C.Isr.d ., LADY for bookkeeping and 2383. Dallas 1. Texts. : Phone 21. K e.1 .. I I ft extras. Bunk beds. lot. 6400. A C L: F Jr- .1 I'
P'siu* OMOTX OWKKR8!-Net seneral office work in eanford. Alexander. Inc., W," : Awnings and porch. Like new.Priced & I I
.a .4 9., every NIt of fruit I I Opportunity for adrancement. Reply 67. Employment Agencies 2-17. rlsht. Mobley's Taie Park. ,
':'.. Ben in Florida i In own handvrluni to Box 516 S- I EUDSON-1941 2 door ld.a. Beau- : between Sanford and : .
.tIIt":" : tlrtaty -:$* 4. Modern StsrPO6ITION3. BROWN'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY ': SUCCESS THE FIRST TIME i UJaU dark sun-metal trees. '

i... ._reta Sleet MCIIBI cl.nt with And Nurses Rrgtstry. you want I l.h. Excellent condition 8695. 8. ''HOUSE TnR 1941 Elcst. 21 n -
: I that pay loud arc plentiful : Yet. gettIng too prices for TOUT car R electric USE CAR
> it aw fuSes alatia* .. eonJ Mtio. oa cork come to 515 W. Ceata I yoa Evans. 400 N. Orant, Ave. Ile.lea tadltl.
for teach
bcautlclana. Let
% A VraA 5C55 ".kwa, *ttk railroad aldtet. I, as want help. can 6338. j I'' from R. 8. EvansWorld's Largest 1. '. Ortn Blossom Trailer 1938
101 feet dlttoBal land you. Florida Beauty Collete. JacksonTHle. Dealer tke only one trip to our LINCOLN ZEPHYR-1941 coupe privets PYMOU. :

SLIL.s 0. ktotk Iroa center of adjacent Florida. PARKER BuE URVCfce. lot*. rovml 11e round i owner winter Park. 141. 1139 FORD Twfer I
town. Act- : ;
Might trade or sell: easy payments. HOUSE TRAILER Covered Wagoa.
eat .***-.1 .e15. .f proprrtr worth GOOD STXNOORAPHXRr tome >, .ae. lIret.IOa tdtt![ by selling to -
sad ..., -we S. are atklna. LvcraUTe nt.bferraa. knowledge of bookkeeplna. Salary 32 ] ; 2-121. J JI LINCOLN ZUYU37. .or: *x- I., 2-room. sleeps 4. 9650. 38th 1941 PLYMOUTH 44. ,
w. 55554 5.5455.5 "... &. :' commensurate with qualifications. Drive In to any of our I tallest ColoDa St a Nashville. .
110.000. eoa4Uoa. 101
hua. ." Iiutu. 71a. I Apply Trust Department. The First ,: 69. Work Wanted-Female I locations or phone 121$. Pone '82. _____ I ROUST TRAILER-Sparton Manor 1941 CHRYSLER R.t. 'a.i.NL1. ..
$ .. National Bank at Orlando. orlan4.1
-" i LbCOLN-lMt custom limousine. *all-aluminum mahogany panelled 1 1942 CHRYSLER 4I4
ip pin $1. Bank Loans-Serrlces WOMEN to do part time Inlerrtew, NURSE-Day or night stay or home Driven I.O true miles. Im.C Interior equipped with new Colemsa ,. j

aigi ,..,. irs. I ini and iBTestltatlni for research I duty Carolina Moon Tr.Ue Park' GET CASH IN S late 61695. J 8. bottle gas trailer range with .utm.t Coup*. .

_*.,. sb.'s tMTALUmrr LOAM coat yon faiaat ortanlzatlpa.,..aUal Stralsht Previous per experience interview pay.na not. i NURSE Mrs. Cranes. COMPANION.No phone tll.experienced. I, mat.I 501 model.N. O.al!rUII-Aundt Ar. I I &MEC\RY-l'4 W. Central Ave.2-door. Pearl 'r I ic Rest oven Itud two d".atn Ic gas .Innergprtni. 1H CHRYSLER !. VCBta _. = f

*11 s. Pint Matloaal Bank. Ct.mp.rt telllni or soliciting of orders. Box Car for mMavslld or convales-I 178". I,I laded .. $ rla.a dOlble sinks door Ma.
,.,s *i .. .. Wkea the loan la lori 841 8-8tar. j cook. Refertncea ax-1 i ith.nld. a. e ar.. Cent.l. B i rues air conditionIng 1I..te CHRYSLER W54SI f
47 I wm '
I eea00 ANT MAKE 1948 or ear. tim brakes end eleI -
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.. issirs ,g OMss. set 1 -Parneau I a.34 837 8-Star. i MOTORCYCLE Brand new Barley w.t llt t'
Wrsrs $ *s ss. I *54. ,. aet In-Plrlll..ta 1250 65. Help Wanted-1lale Bo pay Ut to 1.0 for the fight o. carries all forard and tibl coupe.
74" overhead. 1941 Harley61"
1 lot ,ss aet -parncnts K 67 'PRACTICAL NURSE, experienced.Open New IIrnat Deded Ka. overhead: like I new. Will sell or trade back wtbo' any adjustments. Sec _. i
,. S X*. for day .r' lived Cars. E. Jefferson St.. Or !
p.s art ;Parmeota as.00 BOOKKEEPERS. for co-operative engagementa I either for late car Phone I064-J I 1J'lme A. P. CLARK MOfOM
ps1 S 15. ?' .. >71-Pmrneata J3JM kookkeepins and tax service open- > oltiu. Dial 2-25. j ON-THE-SPOT CASH PAID for toad days annlnl Sanford. 306 \Ddo. -.- !
$ 1 SOS jet 4 -Parmeats 41 67 Ins in Orlando soon. This opportunity like clean sued ears. Curable Can. W. 17-1. HOUSE to easy to towyou'll I
I 6 .s srrs, ,, home elderly or MfRCURY-1939 4-door. New tires. .e lD.
I. akavo BMatkly nta 11 uaatha. bookkeeperS who an not "ih' iD..ld : Spartan. Sac. .
t455 SY $. Ptatu foe "= are email.?. satisfied with averast earninss This |I lady In Orlando Write 1.0. Bll _____u_ radio mor A-l Prnl. owner ', Frank Reed Trailer 6767 n nes 201 m.l. I 689 K. OfBflft J
-I fl4e P1... lkMo UI. taswaar to pay it not a salts promotion IcKCMI.There 1338. Lkl.nd. Fla. WANTED T.BU from IndlYtdul1 8275. Phlne 2-22M 955. ange Blossom Trail.S.I" AM I I

too* ka rM ol tfratk. The First I. nothing t* buy or sell. For i good ua .I. MERCURY-1939 2 door sedan. New .
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aua.al silt at Orlaado. 4th flogr.tTiritio..aLiqx full information up an inquiry to STOORAH combID.tl. BKUR anmbr WANTED-From private owner. Late pearl grey fn 'h. You cast beat this US Tnf. your ia vacs- P HtH

Miss A. 1. Pitts. 400 S. Rosalind. of years ia each 1111. model sedan car. Cash. Phone 7593. for 8J95. I Evans. 101 W. Central. ton finest towlua trailer u !
: Reply by letter only! I .. 5296 I
In Box 522
Slnlle. 8823 Demonstrator Frank Reed
now pro- tlrtl. on a _..
iSSiSs *Mes a rooitlete Real Estate Loan CHEF-New modern fully equipped work. Cars for Sale MOTORCYCLE Rarley-Davldsoa :I i Trader Sales. 201 N. Orange Blossom
GOOD COOK msld-Steady
4eana e*, C. tnt floor to live you restaurant with bar In connection j I North BryanAM or 1946 OHV De Luxe. 1479 OD Trail. H S . I j
Itfrt .. ketier S.rIcl.II. Must be capable of takins complete 3 AUCTION Every Street. Winter Park. 'I CARS
rharte of rettaurant Must furnish :i iev.rellrnt A T. complaining Ian 'I Tuesday. 1 p.I 20O to 300 cars I p in. Cal ater I i ROUSE TRAILER-Must' 25nnJ'J'I QALT ''I'i
$ isa Hrs Si Si 555 'IAUTO. references. Royal Bar. 2327 and woman but yon and tracks cheapest to the I I of week. 42 Revsl. : j. _:: -
L*ani Up to $300 I MOTORCYCLE 74 Top 1
I. SM 55. Conaray Road.DRIVERS will furnish patterns thread etc. best that money can buy. We tasted cOndlnl; electric brakes spare I 8f A* t: \\'i

.. i55 r Lsssi F.Itere.. Diamond lotae-- WANTED-Only those wh. .will tbr. your material a.ther In :, ever 200 cars and trucks last Tuesday's Pine condition St. trobOt. U50.22 W. ''Pal .Camp De Turk.S. Orange Little Blossom 46.6 CAIC J

S 55.15.554 .. 'Ihreer. thoroughly familiar with Or some sort of fashion I 2 E. I sale Bold over 10. We had 88.MEYlaU i T.ler '46-62 CADILLAC cat**.
tttmimt Finance Company. J. art I
.5. .. 4-door sedan. 91-
55 .S
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S. Concord and sellers from
.. lando' ttrreta will qualify. Apply to A.Mu. j buyer Oolla. -
,. .1" 1006 alctcaU Build- i !
N.Orante ,
** I5.p Sm I bama. Tennessee. AI'-I Barl. Wadsworth. 615 KIT KAMFER 197 all aluminum CPE.
.5... .1 e S... IM Ptone I- 3J9 i Mr. Howeil. City Cab Co. 70. Work Wanted-Male j Carolina and 10"1. Wt : 8557.M trailers Ideal for traveling bunting !

.. 5$, 5* 551555. CAM XOAHS- otckly nade on fornnn. FLOOR SALESMAN Experienced I lots of new cart with i..than SOO tb'v.is42 2-door New i| and fishing trips. Equipped wu I '42-61 CADILLAC COVfCT41 (
*5554 55 &. $541Sm a.'. sad diamonda. Or- 1 Radio and Appliance man. Excellent 1 ACCOUNTANT BOOKKEEPER miles on them. Remember anyone I '46 -Radio new 1a'I refrigerator and many ntl. HI' I
s..'. e.' Born FI.._ Co. 314eyalfBUH opportunity iota up with Associated orC four left I
8 I can buy or sell la this If yon Parley 615 N. Orange; at bargain 8495
Dial 2 304. | Stores. Florida Isrsest and mnter-Perm.nent. r. lPf'r. ; W.d..onh R. Central. BUICK SUPER
& yr want to buy or selL ba'r next ph. $ 8 Evans. 101 W. H -
.avv v.s..e most protressive stores. Good salary. Ae 1 :
u>Ai a MADE iron tio to taoo; and offIce Tuesday ro sure. Of I' Screened
as bookkeeper AutolDobl
555.454415 eM See Wyre.U N. Oriole Aft. 1mirxJIttflr mIDle. NARR-.1541 Ambassadar 4 doer S- : t Y-194
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evtrt pmacy fan Mirlre. Family j' Auction Co. 42 (21 PACKARD .
__ *55 5 55 III C.. ; Salary jpen Box 507 s-te. |,! lrd. dan 1646 motor very clean I Ithroughout. > .nlnl.
T.S& SS Pteonro errico.. lac* U w. Central IC i wants AUSTIN-1934 Motor Just rubber radio and Must see to .P rl.t. 1115. CLIPPER
Pho. FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR Openins BKKEiP Exerfte. couP. Lot 59 Carolina Park. -
runs i,
paSt.Loaxs o..rb.uld Lb 10 heater. 6895. a Evans. 101 W. M"n
available for capable Instructor. .
&m. bu _
lc.ua ramiture.te 249 Boone i I Central Ave Pb 529 I Experience and around ratioS necessary. Write .543 S-Star. ,: 10. Rebl O..le. MODn A-Pt up Good condition. 39 "$"
$5.5 _41155 Sm IM aaU loan. 2-hour acr. I Apply Sanford School of Aviation. i COLORED MAN wants AUTO AUCTION Every Thursday.I NASH 1940 4-dor delu. I. 6 ply tires: 8200. C.l'tWlnt..r OLMOBI
bi. ,j 55. ".Ib. Loan ce_ 501 Florida : Sanford Municipal Airport SanI. I I Ice puller grocery l&r.I.a .orl. Everybody sells. Prl.. a. .o. beater overhauled Ra.all Park 4"9 week days i i SEA I

> Man 6 ajaaa ua*. T.i .sail. B4'a R. W. CaBU. panaier. ;, ford. Fla. I etc. 313 8. Terry. HoHy-Robsoa'a AUfte. Must sell financial reasons. Look. try. .|

.tHs at W.lts *a 4a 1-lMl_ GOOD YARD MAN who thorouthlyunderstands ,, HIGH SCHOOL. GRADUATE wants I Ipermanent 8. Oranse Blossom Tr.u No rlo.ble offer reu.ed Ill. T.. cars aatt wO a -
,. .
,, the Os I .
i o.n-op aaraaae*
Mk for loan here
ftaOai > A e e vho a shrubbery trtmmlni. Job with possibilities for J-II. MODEL A man-Pick-up. Going oqvscstion
4 t 6awa* t6iaf -eot ono Peraoaal Finance: Co. 24 For one fall day. Call 5008. good advancement Drawing work; I BCK-l.J clean. inside out. RAEH-1941 4 door sedan. Good Bargain at 8165. J. B
I c's.... Room 2. Phono 23148.554.d pm., 1 E. Robinson. We pay cub tar ad 10* 44w
driver. motor nice
til aatai.y appearsnee SS93
nvarl' at 555 a 54.51.. I KENNEL MAN-Do and pet hospItaL pr.r.re Good Carl Hor- 1. > 11th 33 I'
e 5555 5555. I Apply IMP North Orange Avenue. 'B4-R Winter Park Knowing Ave Wlnl Pak. Colonial Motors. 1239 E. Coloal'' 1'tI
I .rsr.rs. & BUD 1100 QUICKLY-Oet It hero f 4-door special sedaa. '. Drive: 2-0353. Open au.da J. McKELLAH. II.
LOGGERS WANTED with equipment WRITE MAN. Orlando as* ,,, BUCK 135 c
1 n.lden&
S. S.. 55 PSSC ova *eront* Florid ', 53. sober and new slIp i I NASH-1938 Ambassador "6" 4 door MOTORCEBrad new Royal I
t p54*. *t W. Ptnl. l- .t lrw.rOrkixt to pull lots. Box from 133.deep Tar'JofECHAIIoiCExpenenced swamp. R. J.Wtatherbee. ,, Sales experience: ume.!I Il covers; 8VI5. Phone >I. sedsn. R.dl5 beater over-drivg JDeld 125 CC. 100 YOUR PACKARD ..
._ .1 Th t r.MODCRN :
10th school i BUICK-i545 Super. 4-door sedan: fe. tires paint one owner gal gas Puny eulpDfd. 39 > .
I 44
j in service !'l :: t Desires employment. P. O. I only 8000 miles; will consider I I rar Colonial Motors. 1239 E. Colni left at 8125 off regular SII.I 342 M. Oraot Ave. ,. JIJIW
station work Apply Murphy's Btrv-1 : Dnwe2-0353. Open 8225. terms. 8. Evsns. .
LOS ERVICt-Br one ', Box 492.MDLEAGED I lithter car; not older than a 41 R 10 III 1 L .
Ice Station 1831 Edsewater Dr. Central
model Can be financed. NASH _
i MAN desires work on a tra. -1938 5 pa..al.r Opera coupe I -l lUSE ,
II Florida t oldeit and BiMt u. i MEN. AGE i9 to 30. to tate orders for I 1,I 1 Janitor or what have ,out .j ji I, Sea this bal a 631 N. OrlandoAve. Original flnl. mechanical PYMOt13 panel, good tires.
"Velersns." the civilian sequel t* :I i 533 s .. Pa\ eODdlUoa. 8595. R. B. 8 312 W. Colonial
aman loss and finance i Yank Mstazlne. Sell Itself to S-tr. I Monday.
p5.5455 j I I5.S55515 overhauledand sod Bargain cor.
PART TIME JOB wanted by elderly i BUICK-1937 club coupe Enn L
i i
I Veterans! Brand new publication i
., .. new paint Job Very soodtransportation. : Garland and Amelia. POLE ,. new. Perfect 'M I
5515511 offices. Confidents 100% vet owned staffed and operated white man iGood health habits and I 2-102. TRAm
..' 5511 by former so' and references. as clerk ta 'I ; 6295. 222 W. CcntraU NASH- J 6 gedaa. rODdltoD. '. tires 827) CA C
n. !perllDf Good cu heavy duty work. 8 I
'rr ts*) eerrtre. V .ela,. Terms ta suit "Stars & Stripes personneL Our hardware ,ro.n general merchandise :-21. new V.n.O I '
.trr'.tzii. Or.. 1 men earnin SJO to its ... !/. Cash '. Randy so painter BUICK-i940 sedan. Plata throush- shiny blue finish. 1947 tag. S32S. R. and Ba..la Lot. c..
9r taewm Acceptance Corpora I everyday. Interesting work calling :i!I and repairing Box 532 8-SXar. ,j jI I I out and a solid buy at 8995. R. S. S. Evans Truck and Bargain 1 tr. i iG.rl."d Oarlandand Amelia. 2-1023. \_ ECHANE
on business establishments introduces I I I Evans. 400 N. Orange Ave. Phone and Amelia 2-1023. INTERNATIONAL K-S Model. ;

04 b. T.ii1 taaa at Florida. Botaa afflc at 410 publication direct to ex- i i,,47!!: OLMOBIL-1'4"1"* 4 door **- Like new. Bee At 710 Il1I'o 12 years in the same .44 a.saPs. .
I IS.I strvice men. Interested In local and EMPLOYER i BUICK. 1939 Special convertible 81095. Street.

'r55 'Rr5551p: H 0.... Aveaae ta Orlando. Phone ., men free to traveL 10 a DI. to 12 Na i l r tedan. Nice looking car. 8695 c.s' 8. Evans. 1 W. Central. 4321. STUDEBAKER ton pickup truCk.j 1 Oflert tb. Nr j -
a m Charles N. Larson. Room 209. .you use the services of any of 163 Grand before 11m OLDSMOBILE-1936 Wor sedaa. A bargain if sold today. I
at Cocoa. Winter Ha- 32 E. Pine Bt the 1 I' : New Harvard Ave. I'I ISPARTA
p u54. 11M. Offlcea i loUo.ID BUICK 1936 4-door sedsn. Orig- .10 Motor over- 34 2 1 1lecan
r 5 .M S s5. I' MAN with truck to take over established ,1 inal finish very good mechanically.Only basled. Harley Wad,- ENGINEERED an air- '! PYOU D
toe and Bt. Cloud. Same serrtcelM. delivery and light hsultn Musician Veteran PDfn.Drf 8295. R. 8. Evan Track and orth. M5 LOrsnneph. 8S97. ,' a lifetime of '... Save 1 1> _.... .. ._ MM
I :. bu5Ir.... Small Investment needed : ssxophcne and clarinet orchestra.. Bargain cor* Garland and Ameha. OLDSMOBILE-1940. aedsai"Fadl .n brand new models. Frank -

I m 'IS Inquire 912; Vanar Ave.MECRANICExperjenced.. 1; and dance bands ,I! Lot. : and hNt. Private.party. SiP East. Trader Bales 201 N. o'DI R' 71 1 FORD Pick-up trotk lt.d ,r"

.1.. Mortcsge Loans I Tear
1942 Roadmalter aedaa. : Tr.1
Food Store experi BUCK "
For work C I.rltal private or chain Thoru'h reconditioned. New 'PYMOU-13'. 4-door. A bit''' SPARTAN-Your home when and 39 CP.
I I S.' on Chevrolet and Oldsmobile Apply 'I' eat.operated. conr. radio. Beautiful black I It I reasonable. Mutt : where you want It. Buy at'!'I clean.__. .. Mil '
S.J r A.ara' Ooveraetrtlatared at Holler Chevrolet. 115 W. Central.i finish. Barley Wadsworth 615 1.1. 2107 East Colonist Drive Prank Reed Trailer 201 Or )

I _Oft... loaaa can forM \ Bookkeeper-Experience double entry N. .U59. 81. I 1939 coupe 8600.i I'I ant Blossom Trsll.I .S.I. I II 1 1'42 CHEYROI 2 Door ,. .

UMI fIlI I8I. waytat ar refinancing.21 W. i PORTER for apartment bouse. Must also uses poatina and calculating :I BUICK-1934 61' sedan. Week-end i I.i PLYMOU Apt. 2$. Sunset SPARTAN-Choice of everyone .h'l I .. _. IfH ,
Realtor No
0.al we OP* Jw O Myers. be worker. 319 1.Church. I I sc&n
6661.oats' handy sood I machines. 'PI.I. 395. Rarley W.dl.on. Court. I want* the bent. Save now at. f .
washiagtoa Fbona I ,
555I | $ ph. 8597. i'
54 PONTIAC-1946. streamline: radio Reed Trailer Sales 201 N. Orange other fin can t*
ap PR PRINTER-Optrator for commercial General Office Clerk-High type col- : BUICK- ; Roadmaster 4 door sedan. I k 8000 miles Excellent Blossom Trail.TRAILERILeavtne. ,,,30 .

LOAM*-To build purchase plant; also floonnan for Jobs adyrrtismc. 1 I' 5 Irte education can also Vii type- ; but rlzbt. 8175. R. S hnle., S. Osceola: Apt. 2. eon the 16th. Abso- :: BUY .WITH CONFIB6WCC
.l.-i;;. refinance and repair. Prompt serv- > Permanent. 1.40 minimum. writer. Evans and Bargain Lot. co I II
lutely bargains. 25 ft. Royal. 3 .
PONTIAC 1938 sedan. New I
Complete Plan motor.
fee Reaated costs
: 40 hrs.. open shop. Paid vacation. Garland and Amelia. 2-102. I I rooms awning. 81250: worth 82250. 219 W
.5,5 c11.S. aerrlr ..Ilalt Including plans.actfwatkn tick: leave apartments available. Chief Porter-High School education. led t new tires. Excellent condltioa 1ullt. =
and house modeL Win- BUICK-1941 passenger limousine. 8750. Hsrley 615 N. Or- ,28 ft. NationaL tandem attractive. WMMHMM
.. V.. e.55al Press. Apopka. Fla. and courteous. Ite.dy worker.WelderCombiflatlOB W.c.onh 2" .
ft I' fW
.11 worth 2400. Zimmer.
_. l.e Park Federal Bavtnts Jt Loin I Original flnUb good mechanically ante: ph. an. : 2
IiI Aar. 224 Park Ave.. Winter Park. PLASTERERS WANTED-Long tima with 3 yearaI Interior la good shape. 8695. R. 8. convertible tandem. 81750; worth 2. SIr 138 N OrUM .
C Job. Contact General Office of I Pvens Track and Barcata eor PLYOU-194 cub man only 94O lbs .1 ;
-- :-- .r4t OMB LOAKS-Keduc* your monthly I Brennait Construction Company. 5600 I I experience. Some blueprint taO Gar'and and Amelia 02_ L. CUDf O'lre. Real sporty only 8695 Wlngert. 3330 S. Orange 1, PHONE 1.2VOY

;z5- payMats and interest chanetbv N.W. 7th Av.. Miami. ". Ph. 7-7331 i: 1"011 I $ Haly. W.dlwonh 615 N. Or- Blo om Trail.TRAILERSSO.. 9
sedan "
refwaneina now. Interest 4 St.a vRL-1I4. for-or sore rh. _
5. ... ....rOllI Realtors. 128 H. PLUMBER-Experienced only. Raymond These are only a few of the many T. O. Lfon atBarkhart Super Eight, only % less weigh500. r
ao.*s* AvenweHOMt Dlckson. 136 W. Plant St.; qualified applicants listed with this Prod.. Mt. Dors. PACAR1i37. and 7 tires more strength In a new Spartan i isve lfl I
Winter Garden. Office phone 95. ,. List your nerds with mi.. U. ? now. Frank Reed Trailer Sales j ,
LOUS-W. want t* help you ; resident phone 309. ofc CHlLSII.1' t excellent IlaN. Cu 11. Phone 201 N Orange Blossom Trail \ \
way a aoata or build a new one 7593.
W Sill service. Otto I VETERAN ELIGIBLE for on the job Florida State Employment Service good rabber. very clean. 1995. R. S WHITE- pl '-U1. Good {
aivo yoa prompt 2OB
PACKARD dub radio
for salesman with ofFlorida's 22 East St. Phone 7176 W. Central. 4321. -1941 COUI: .. MaR
tramlni one rubber 8445.R.
S MSm PO b '.n 8 t* 2 daring week: 9 t* ; Pie Enn.6 ,1I and beater. Beautiful greta -
oldest and most procressive 8. Evans Truck and Bargain Wot.rer.
12 "&U'"' First Federal Savings I i $i. 5-pessenter, finish. Colonial Motora. 1239 X. OPEN SUNDAYS TOO
wholesale concerns. State references CADtC-194. Garland and Amelia. 1-1023.
aad Loan Ataociatioa *f Orlando. Mf offer. 1985 Karo Colonial Dr.: Open Sundays. i
Pwat_ Or'.and. Fla.MORTOAOf i!, and backiround ia application. P. O. Bra. Winter Park: 1 block north 2-35. -| Hew and Wd. 1947 I
,, rs5. LOAMS-Oa homes and Bos. 1M9. I 7J. Airplane Sales & Service. of Fairbanks. 1 block west of Clay PONTIAC-1935 Colonial 2 door M.. OaO"D.r TAt Amera. 82215 complete. New 1941 Cadillac -ST 4-dow .
54. P! 'WANTED-Eallen.nced soda dispcnaer car. .Go. Accessories 1941 Peach Wag I
ain relal businesses. Low Interest CNEVR.OLET-1O36 2 door sedan E. Colonial Dr-i SUB- 19n. 19. Colt .
SM rai* easy payment, tow initial cost. Male or female. Apply Buddies i TWIN ENGINE taIlors O OrlD.. Original black finish good rubber. dsyI. 2-35. Op. and stove partsi 1641 Club t0pe ;;
54 11 i11al 154 Sit 0,5v55., aavd Oraa Iae. Realtors.' Corner. 70 N. Or.nIP._ _ -__ I' Widgeon: land. sea very mechanically. Drive and I I,i awnings dollies fans bottled 15$( 1941 Chry lr Coseseidftks -
eel .5* I'S 81 t OwaL *. VOCNO MEN WANTED-Por counter Veteran tralnlni. Orlando Aviation Trail .o for onlr S24S. R. 8. Stuns PONTIAC-l939 convertible club F trunks etc Anknev Trailer Files 1941 Studebaker a
jtia .
5454 S and store room training. Most Country Cub. Ph._WInter p.r_ 3VTir"H Truck and Bargain cor.. Garland coupe. Excellent whit wall U. 8. Ortnse )11 Trail and U. 8 1940 Ford -err* ca i
em SCSI S 555. have hicks school education apply COURSES under and 21023.CHRYSLER .Lot new Sahara tin finish Drive it l-
54_ SM ** rAl.KBTATt LOAK8 Low cost! Mr. Watrtr. Morrison's Cafeteria.YOUNG 1 Private Pt: Ar.I. : buy It for 8995. R 8. Evans 101 W.Central. 19.L A MANOR Is'life 1936 Foatiaedaor j ftm "
Tw ,, bwild we nOnanas home 4 -193 6 cl.d. 4 doorseda5. I IPARTAI. I
\ Commeiclal using 529.PNTClt. New
a4 wntiaatt property. The Trust MAN for bookkeepmc and i Good trart.t 1947 rM vnll I GIVE AWAY$"
; hp: IltotructorI 4 door sedan. tow at Frank Reed
tVpartateat of First National Bank aeneral office work la Sanford craft UP : tat. Fine 1225. Evans GJ as 124
radio controlled rubr. blue finish, new Sales. Orante Blossom! TrtO. -
I Opportunity for advancement. OXTraminr Cours. Garland tt. ;
M Orlan**. aecoad floar.tOAFB definite Truck and Lot. cor. 21 '41 Plirnouth Club ...
.._ _4 if desired. Reply in own major .lln c"n u.lnal.dnntue. and 2-1023. Very 10 truJto. for 0.1' "M SYSTEM-You 4Soar3s -- .
Am.I. Plymouth
Air : I -----
8345. -
I I" htndwritint- Box Sit S-Str. T. Ac&TU.. CIIEVROLET-1934. PrIce I. 150. En. AmeMa. beautiful trailer .r.:rf PlyqIouti _____ I .
Eliot Or Lot cor Garland and 1-.
55.i55 K.rID-F 21.2. ,
HZ'PA L The .IN to suit ___.___ f
5.5 55 aB type of property Jon, Ti-BEVE Utdo Phone $ .t 2037 West South IIt.t. : '7 OIls 4-0
0 s.w ImmedV- North .. MUlclpal Alr PACKARD-1941120" laD IS ft. 27 ft Made : lnt. 'u :" ..
tli art terata low rate; ----
e and
.s..s.l 55.4 for experiencedworkint CHRYSLER-New Tortr. toW listening black and ear Tosses S"'." Bios-11m i atTW .
*'. aerrte. Harww O. Frrdrkk. 116H. make-up & Trucks For Rent finished Traie O'DI
SI"554Ie 7%. Autos country with the lines built. 8109S. .
54t54 Oraait ... Phone 1166.VtL man capable of handling shop Green upholstery and tol complete R. E.u.a.nt N. Orange Av*. TrU AI.Ua.BUICK' BETTER CARS '44 W. .

54.55.. Steady. job to competent required.PART .1'n. C.r.tr I CA"REA INC.-High grade Chrysler accessories. sold at S 471. 4. I ISTEAI At Inaa .
.4 eq. JJ&i BILL or korrov on 13.SOO first rr.nc lurd ta. week or season list prkl. R- S. Evans. 400 N. Oran 1947 Coup ,H S
mrtaas at 6*. Can Mr.. Ko&t.OrrtRBBT TIME accountant needed for responsible people. Call 6159. 36 W. _.___ j jCHRYSLER Cul i Ralbl) PIH
.5 :::. I.p54s. 1.1544 one or two morning hours. 5 day Livingston A. = 1947 Windsor sedan l"hed chrome. ca I
week. Must be college Wnt.Boa it Beantifdgleaming Leatlle.n. 194 Roadmaster Sedanette
Ir.duat D.vARNERuDalu.rr-Deive Highlander hpholstery. chrome trimmed 700 N. ).qLI.S'
SUTX AS LOW AS 4* 530 8Star.000t3 i yourself, low rates, hr me*r day. black and chrome fnish. r.dl. Te car of tomorrow for sale Beautiful 2-ton grer and bro '
a* unpr* *d .prprtiea la Orlando PAT for men or women partor D Vainer D-Drive-It .. 234 W Custom bollt rad'o. R. S Enl t 8. Evans. 400 H. Orange ftnUh Driven ottlv'75 mil*.. CORNER COLONIAL 44 .YlJIL. a iM

aM WIlts 1'." M. hrokerate. fun time demonstrating popular C.Dtnl."A. Phone 23153._ N. Orsnee Ave Phone 471. Ave Phone -1 :, WILL SELL OR TRADE DR -

'_,. 55. p*t** lar>etmBt Company. 35 W. household a"lel. P. D. W.le C. HFRTZ DRIV-UR-5ELF SYSTEM CPSYKOLET-l942 Special Deluxe Commander 4 HARLEY W
0.a ... .U 210 W. Pins SL Tel 2-498 rent and grey :5T"BAIERlt. ADSWORT I
WaaklBt Bb r. Trucks and passenger cars for Town Sedan. Z-tone blue p.lnt excellent :
: by hour. day or week. Resioniblerates. finish radio and h.te.11095. B 8. condition. Colonial 1239E. 61) N.

t 66. Sales Help Wanted_ We furnish everything but Evtns. 5 W. 432. Colonial DU 2-31 Open Suntlsvs Phone S97 ,

5554 ... <4. Hrlp Wanted-Female the .river. 904 N. Orange An. Phone CHRYSLER 1942 New Yorker. 4- TUCK '41' _
,. a.U AGENTS- National Gr.llble lubricant 2-6. door sedan. Fully equipped; very STUDEBAKER-1940 Champion 1 I I
S, Me54 AtrOW PRODUCTS WC.-Has proHl- for 6us s INC.- *w cars rIcan and with excellent tires. '129 dor sedaa. A Die running car for FOR -
sill open territories la Orlando uses. Government tested. Repeatsales. for U-DRtE-I.. rates per dayvvk R. B. Evans. SO W. Central; R. 8. E. 101 W. Ceatrml. f :
..4 anrromndtna town Write illl.1. Exclusive territories.60* Southeastern or .o'Rea.nabe h Oln evenings Oil CBEVROIXt-1942 Club Coupe. 4 : LAS LOANS LAS \ FIELD AND HIGHWAY t J J'U.
... VaoaU Dtllman. 616 D'rbutn 6o.d 2-4814. I
PI. .. S 00. 242 N. Or.al. new tires clean Inside and out. WILLYS.. 1946 low i
# ; ....S. e. Clt. Colonial 'Motors. 1239 feam Jep Ilul. I
I.,.. 5541545.. Ii SiizPta 8TDOORAPBER.f. MAN WANTSDFor R.lelill business '3. Auto Service Drive: 2-353. Open_ .E.Colonia. tag. Win be sold $ tri.Io.IIlt. 4 BORROW BY PHONE i 1940 IRNA10A H .

t 4.55.*. P1545 oo.oaeraUv bookkeeping stIr5l ,',, in Br..rd Cunt. .eaper ,I i' CROSLEY-1947 2 door R 8 ETsns. 400 N. Orange: 4T71.._ II pick I :
ence or capital el' MOvl CALL TJS-THEN STOP J _
5 Good salary ta anallfied person Icn.n. ALIGNMENT Inspection. '
make and profit Start Immediately Fl clean economical OWNER OFFERS l 3S 1941 G. M. C. li! ton.
$55. P. ... 16 t* 34. heat appearancerira. lare. repairs expert mechanics. Oldobll HOUR FOR I.
Ato Write ". DtpU Prompt 8895. R. 8. Evans. & W. Central. A sparkling, clean IN THE SAME -
SS99. :
who R..I.tll' Good ca .
Preferably someone one-stop service
ri ... .. tt WOMEN Live DODGE-1940 4 door sedan Original come 1941 1 too bug shied Kaw.fiat .
K aeeded. dartns rush season. AND pro-
4 S Iii..i PvW. MM* wir AUTO-BRAKE JOBS and wheel i good rubber. R. 8. further expenditure of any kind MAC
WI P1015 ** *te dv work with plenty i I position. Sell alignment. 1-day service. Wheels :'I: 1.lt.. .. Inl' Body completely A high I b 19 I
r'n I 80 4321. Slnatara.
My for ,. .. For! and Aprons. Direct I sUM factory \ Teat Ort cash oirkty .roar -
$rsSSi itt C. |
s. rB information apoa Inquiry to I I WrIt Dosed PI.si. 7jh Bt. Prance balanced* Sons.while .o W.wait.Church. A DODGE-1940 coupe. Radio and arig- ,, value 8111 at a "la'll Prl. 5366 11 AIM ar h.Can todan 1942 C dL. Hi to*. I fb H _

Misa A. U Pitta. 400 8.. Rosslind.S.I Phi. 6. Pnna. toil green finish. G rubber.t O I take$435. t ;
ie be Utter only REAL ESTATE SALESMAN-Good AUMOBI SEYIC- *4V R S. Evans. 6 C'DtrJ 76. TraileraaTmcKa SalrALUMINUM t
555' t
51555ii CTJkJlTTFI8T=For permanent poem opportunity for ambitious man. latertsttd !i PMgJ sene 4321. fell FORD. new Gwxfemr MNMttres. I

** la Real Estate end Insurance 1 I 1 future. J. a Howa..d good tires. D.stock. plrt.. Ir.IrulrP. Ceo I!f DESOTO-1942 4-door; 41.000 miles. TRAILERS-Spartan. t3 GFC LOAN COMPANY 2 .p ho. law. .
:: rtct.lre4.r $ Florida
54.54.4 o/fke. Espenenc not trait 2-3153. __ i Radio and heater. Central aluminum the Save .
-at._ SALESMAN-To sell leading hOI..1 REPAIRS We supply an Motors. Jefferson and Garland dial brand new Moel.1 leade.. fd Tr.U: East Robinson Phone 6793 1942 FORD. lone wh' bat*. '41 .
OIRLB "WAMTED for counter work. : tzation. accident and pMt BRAK needs: also tires 2.2424. er Sales. 21 Oranta tires. 2 speed ut. S.
Cteaa. Beat ._.r.nt.. Must have tion. No e.n.5nl all .. and Sales & Service. ., DESOTO 1942 convertible club TraiL IBO i

.... tut B acaaal education. Meals and nished. 12 noon. Room South 01., Dale* __, __ coupe. New* paint and top. radio NEW with J 119 IRNA10NA .* UK
jklfecma faraished Apply Mr. Wataee i 20. 21 E Central Ave- 3rd floor. Or- 8 St fluid drive overdrive. LAke new. SPARTA.. eledr.. tU'e. hll. ". I i iUM2

Morris'.ICafeteria._ _ t 1 lando BDFE repairing given.an I 140. Hal." Wsdsworth 61S N rprl.r&r..Al Reed Trailer gst Sales. 2 Iff as'a _

'IMt wUjUOTY BERYICE Will SALES REFRESEWTATIVB-Openin* Satisfaction guaranteed..lal. V.mO. O.n... ph. 8597. 201 N Utl5. oac* Blossom Trail. APPLIANCES i I CMC. %', ton. lose "

Uata (la* lips woman for salea I for A.& experienced salesman capable 234 W. Central Av*. Phone DDElH good condition. Five BAGGAGE TRAILER AH metal-cov base. 10 .'bllt 1m s
55 .. .. taanaser a.It 10.. Mo c.a.. at earning $12.000 year or more 2-315 tr. Onl North; must selL PRESSURE COOKERS
ered Trade for a
single wheeL 1403SCalIer
1r _. wit Bws 827 8-Star. i la protected Southern territory with CAR W AHIO and pottshtn by ap ti00..Ph. TRADES TERMS f., AI .
.' National Must be eDerI expertservice or cash. 1lCopelasdr._ I',. 4 and 1< quart a _

4 COT ABOOT 35-40.boos eery U house active survey nit.na. idle COl'1lOr.toD.twnd40.0 late call B pMm" .n Stti.I D03.4.dor M.. Good 8325.R. BANTAM-1947. Vk taa. all steel. 'i I11.9S and up ,
for -
I! modm\ ear. Age Do not corner Boone and l.cltlO"LBRICATON fbbr. utility PUs any car. LAMprice I WATER HEATERS K-BOY MOTOR
sellMa Lot.
...1&. 1 hours a day. Mo 8 Evans Truck and B.n.lt
apply unless yon can Write SheUubricttkon our clearance price .
hourly aualf. .pl.1 gal. City Caa.RADIOS' '
Salary on I cor Garland and Amelia. 125. I
51 a ay for appointment cornI scientific 2-102. 8159 5 R 101 W. Central
and partiewlar lbratn 8 COMPAY
basts. Wnt ahoae 'pItt. details letter. P.O. Office Every nook and cranny* FORD-1947 convertible club coupe. Ire a
t* P. O Boo '4 6. Orlando.. fir walls. Olia's All types and sizes .
Black finish '
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or truck ta .hR CHEVROLET-1942 IS ton stake 1. _
tM White. Live 242 Ave. I and LEE ST. 17.
e MIDDLEAOEO WOMAM- : automotive mechanical parts assured TOU. Safe Used C.n body, Good rubber dual wheels. la $1993 up. 10
*54 5. "S. e 5555 with ew.pl and child. Private55I5. SAMAtlde fo prolongs FORD 1939 Tudor. 8795 LYONS CABINETSAND
be response Evana FLA
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_54 salary most
55 sod bath board liberal and make) Harley 615 North Or- and .. Outland JACKSONVL ,
15.wmE1 ,.. day weeklf. every n.D.t p.n Wa..orth Tnk L c.
.alas ti Apply by letter only ,, pleasure. 61. Great S.I. aCed and Amelia. 2-1023.
e.. Sunday" aft Good cook and I Hrtnuchoao. Inc., P. O. Box 3071 an 692 N. OT.I..*: dl.111. "b. 0 WATER COOLERS I PHONE 5rl943
$ I' el 5555555155', aeo ..11'1. BO washfeas. !I All replies confidential. :I 1 Store. FORD-1937 Tudor sedan. 85 HF.Newly CHEVROLET TRUCK-1940 Sodas Bottle and pressure type. I
City RADIATOR make I Icars. painted Excellent .
55554 54 55. aartln 8 year aid '.. ExeeWh PAIRIG cdito. Delivery. 1700 Oood cendiUoa. B.Deaae.
11*55551155 CS 111tM554 >.t Mate If yow sri .ate.. Can SAM-Po wholesale liquor dis Complete copi "25. Harley* Wadswonh. 1215 Mtchigta Ave.. St. Cloud. ORLANDO APPLIANCE CO. .. HW' _
have car. Give full. 'i per radiator cores for replacements. Otange- ph. 8 67. Fla .
s54 5555554 51(5 *HMUBJE8. Radiator Shop. 621 210 N. Oriole Are; 4S37 ;
details about yourself and past saleaexperience. Can C. T. W.lte FORD-1948 4 door sedan. Midrtgbt -U
Me5. J iBstitational work: czpert- Excellent earnings In W. Central: dial 5933. CHEVRL PICKUP 1940; me ClassIfIed Ads!
pro- I soft oar
blue and chrome finish grey
45. 5$5 55 _ft..1 and nervous dlarert perfect. Overload s
54 ced la I trf BOAT
e teettd territory. For personal interview *
5 ?b. 54119 Write P O. .S 1461. i 1phobtery. A new car valve R a and Mill and ." lr.. | I
address Son SM SStsr.SALESMANWboleosie 73-1. Auto Parts. Accessories' : N. Orange Ave. pr"u.
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55 5wS OPERATORS WANTED For chU- t CHrVROLIT-Tractor. 1942
..Sqai54 s a 55sf e dry goods I FORD-1940 wagon from .10 I
_. Steady work good : .tatO 28 semi-trailer. An
415.15,. 'r out of tin*. 0.1. WINCHES We b. for sal RICHARDSON CRUISER'
,*dI. Ss454 IS 8-day week lit Sat. or Ban.Maat trnl Kai cnea original OWe. lo cdit. buy for 8941. I 8. Evans Truck ..dlarnt BARGAIN
S *4 l Lbs *54 U'Ialss p.' npritP4Dots Mf,. C*. C.. E.1 Cl WestCoast I limited number .I maay OX two new U,. 'lo l.te Garland and Ame- .
_551 *551 Osa. k* territory Forida. Good opportunity vehicle at Mileage 54 6990 ; L co. 28x9 MAHOGANY HULL I I
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54. 559 54 54.55*. 6* a. Pin*. _ _ to do Address Truck license and fun la. I --
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(*s 55.s. 55h S.. Of' two momma hours S days experience and references.FRANCH1SED : ard. Ocala. Florida. | <.d.D. i, plywood h Engine HP Cslf. Room*. sAN -

5*.. 55.55sr54UIS.E MB week. Mast be rUet 'graduate. DE SAM FRONT END REPAIR PAT sowavailable Model-A. Looks runs Ftts any car. Sleep two c: Boat in Good Condition abe S
FRU3 and Ideal for
4'. Wrn SIt ..natar. for The .ID for alot aJ' of good car fo' & ree." trips Built IIIC .
w '* ,"II'OOILAHIR-.UI' be '" radio." DignifIed direct selling; accepting auto. C. A. o. .1010 W. Ire *r wood 1225. R. 8. 1. fln. left and ALL STEEL 2.WE TRAILER 0 24 Ft RUNABOUT. .
54.11 11 awwt .. Apply _Iron I MI applications la person only. : Church phone 881L Track and Bargain Lot Garland to 11.0 Have 5 i l cockpit CO HP Scrtppa. .. & say a1u _

5.I'Si 5* 5554*. at-907 Florida Bank BIds.SALAD :( Must own car b permanent residentof and. Amelia. 2-102. t ,w W.tell at J siS.. J.,Evans. I OIL. BURNER j I r I eloC M .-i I"

s. 5 P55s S 515511. following ".1 Sanford. DeLanO.Dsytons 74. Autos-Traflera Wanted 1 FORD-,1936. Must sell Immediately. _.___11 .
U WNSti Restanri > Melbourne. DODGE: chasstcInnt CLOSING OUT 0 51 Ft RUNABOUT. 55 lisP
1$ Si 4.15.5. WOMAM-Ft. oatiia B.ch ea. Excellent condition. Private owner. :, TOCnd condition.I'
Son of .
D. VlRNta INC- "' bay your 1105 Scripp 20 MPH .
<. 1 lul mat IliOCO year. Apply. aato or truck 1'1 t pay tspprices C..tt D. Phone 'e.i t {.I candy I Tobareo CDODOE &. SEnR NEW AND USED
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6 to .. June 14th. ,1 i FORD-1938 60- 2 door sedan. Very ;;: WATER PUMPS I .55 M
S.t. D. I 1946 H ton truck i 1 lit Ft. CASE SLOOP.
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sf an and tel Id J a tied .. Orson for Household and Irrigation
4* 5al5 S and filial. Perma- EXPERIENCED SALESMAN-Largest Sle. Snle J:I I Central. 4321. OUn C'n .; HP Outboard. nee< paM
5555i S. I' ... k lne 8Wweek. and oldest Toilet Article House lathe W. Central Phone 2-351 1.1'e .. only.-. -. tIM

15*..5.54555 S I'154)55. .l'S 55 555. 55.11155.. 1:30: R"aU t* iJO. Phone Sill country has permanent openingfor DOST L MONI We will pap I i FORD Ntw--paint 1940 DeLuxe. 8895. Harley sedaa.i DODGE.-1940 pick-up toad mechanically AL'S WIG AND MACHINE. I

1.4 5 15.5 .5 appointment. .srt.De Mlem.a t* handle full ca. na"Msltate 'I :0:1 5593.I good rubber. For only 815R. 0 18 Ft CABIN RUNABOtT. 61I
455 S_, I5$ PrSi,55..t tor Porldl ter\n. Hll school educa see as now. Olin's C&: W.c.onh.. Oan. Pl ; 8 EvaosTruck sad Bargain 10 a| Magnolia Street I H?. Gray, double planked SMI
U 54. c's.a' toa aeea.n. training pre 242 N. Orange Ave. Phone 21. I 1 FORD-.1941 Super DeLuxe sedan. cor. Oarland and*Amelia. 1-1023. j I Lbrl. Fla.

ftCRITARTEiperleneed .'T'*- '' :'liberal to salary 35. Remuneration and la 'I FRANK-REED really knows how .I.! 8995. Hele Wac.o 615 H. FORD.-.1947 1, ton stake body. 17 FL HIGGINS SPORT Speed' W1lpT .
1.5554 .555. 4l Pleaaant ..urroundisso. tommis.I i I let the high dola for your O.n. 111. us. Dual wheels long whet bane Drtv- ster. 104 HP Cray. Peso

... 55swSm4 14 at Air dlctatloa.eoadttloaed store. PenD'i i .IOD to ApPMalm.t.Stan $4 annual or more.total Adequate income or equity. Cash minutes Why 1 I FORD 1940 SoLos* $545.I j e 1.008 miles. New tag. R. 8. Evans. I new ? .. IJ.N ,. I.- 0
fan .0 'em away? Give as -chance.. 615 If. OrI I W. Central Ave. '
5.1* iSV **kl 5'S yeeident. "oral all only or fully r.t Harl. Wal.o 1 1
015.1. tm 5.54>*. t' desired FlesH flT *om. meet current expense .n..D.0 rt'l. New 21 N. Orange Blottom T.l 7663. I .. 1:1. FORD. 1946. Thornton Drive. 10 1 1I w K ft. MVLI3NS STEEl. .. .

,t. 45 I'. C5US$ detail la reply which will he Company car furnished or ex- PONTIAC W ANA models including FORD-1946 Super DeLuxe Tudor. 51 H' stake body. STANARMOTOR :I about. 43 HP Continental

_p151 tMeaUaL lIoa 536 5.81St.IIISVIIISRS pen paid U personal car 1 u.' 197. O Old Dodge o Like new 81795. Harley WI i =Hfo distance : I trailer __ ._ .. 14"I _

Pleas furnish complete "Nma. I i other 62 wertb. 615 I. Orange? Ph. It' 10 1 ton Sen or h.n
1 information and Colonial Ave. FORD_1941 2-0. Just t tde. 76 8 Miller Ave. Phone Other excellent value avusnxcs .. -

"': i JlOOUI'HEJt wtIe raa takewmtF'wOMAlt. I: where yea .be arrange !!i' USED CARS 'WATatl I I| *.. 8795. Evans. I oerll.t J. ,. ? ?. .. .

I'554 5. 5545.* fl5S a' IootiBl for Nnu.ulo. I I "IW interview. All .pi..UU ida eo. l Fr I! tral Ave. phone 4321i FORD.-.1940 5 yard dump track. Pair ': j I INVITED

54 .51 I offlel ltate *51st I uand..ntlal" Box 3 Sa i I ferson. P. B..pl 3-24'I i FORD 1939 4-door deluxe. Radio: !I rubber. 8245. R. 8.Evans Truck and On all types Jjoats and motor
05.4 *sfS& T' &tn' rar. bnaursacs Compani.a.k EXPERIENCED: : MERCHANDISE salesman I althtt. 1-3071. i make offer. Private owner, 413 W. i I Bargain L cor. Garland .n AmeDa OFFERSEXCEPTIONALiY I
0. fP55 *5554 I' U I. 55 MIrsasing leU" GIvIng u- I represent Florida Corporation j SPOT CASH-PAID for wed ear. I iTtincetoa Ave. Phone 7465. 2-102.

'5s $ 54 P155.11. Is P. 0. BIll 3311. Orl.ndo.PA sellina- hardware plumbing eleelr-.l See J. C. WcU."1. Packard : FORD-1939 sedaa. Rough a. woe i I O M C-1939 panel Make aw aa of : ;

good* t* dealer aad Jobbers. '.m". Dealer.1* 342 .O. Av*.Phoo I! side. Best cash offer S.&and &ia.t I f.r c Cleaners 5 W. Colonial NCAUOMOBILE l HERBERT E FERRAK I
SiisS.55sa .nod.DnIN Jacksonville territories I
55. .54 5- ttO"AJf 0" WAIC-.pabw Orlando. 147. JI t I 144O w. Church. :
have financialstability ,
11 pSsfS 33 P11a .rnw4 lfks.III MUst Ailskiss SIsp5ll Must *wa, famish automobile At references. Substantial 8TADA MOTORS C.:w bay FORD V-8. 1939 De Laxe Cp I ROUSE TRAILER 25' RoyaL 1945 "BOAT BROKER" FllLfVoT !

(stiS c'I'.55S II .lf, l' fbt typist. Isa- comatiaaioawith weekly I ..tire and Y pa, Radio and heater. Private IWf.I mol J-o tseeiliav enadtttoa. I Ilie.
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11. 5555555.MsI., ,=kerr AvistlOd. isidord$10altI'4I drawing account. Do not reply unless the rube them. 375 OrI I Best offer. 2-2267. Winter at sacrifice. Can At Central Florida Boatt ( CMVCusfta W ( 555 .

&5..i iW .5*551 55'Si. lord Airport. Ii.ator' P'Ia.i I yoa are qualified and seekIng perma-I $ .Ave. Phone &. I HUDSON TERB.APIANE-i5332door be sees at Young's Trailer s.lt. *r \
SiP 5. Give fall Informa- WE BUY USED CARS make- rubber see Leejiteckwell at Lake
*$.* II 5555 SI"1d I II' i .aperlf''of 2. OlD.1 LAos 1 1 tAoS Bent la first letter. Address Flint A I: any model any year-any t 11'a C.. R lo 8 E.n o: .n HOUSE TRAILER-First .aln.bl ITS H. Orant A,. Phone 2-4601 Phone 133 WliUe. Evafcs IN'U

,5.,,,5. 5SS51VI'k: family Winter P.rt fi05 I Pendersraft Co. 4 DeSoto Hotel Olios Used Cars. 142 N. \' Lot. o.nn and Ale offer accepted. 2SO9 Lt.. after I P.M.
5555 MS' ,! j Phon* 2-4114. Max Thompson. 2-1986.
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4 _,!f"JIa.: the fcmtbag !rtttfctrl-fi( > OrJo"-do, Florida, June 8, 1947 A.Jacksonville Roberts and and daughter Mr. and of Mrs.Homestead E. beautiful and made flowered by Mrs. Byer.hat designing who dUaed had ='. r.:

Mrj and Mrs. George Dan specialized in millinerybefore busi '
: over the issue of municipal own trip to Ohio where they will make I lets and daughters. of Winter Gar- her retirement from
DelandCouncilSocks : ership has thus far failed to ma- their home while Mr. Henry attends I Ru ert-P hay den. ness.
tertalize. but there is considerable Ohio State University Columbus Guest were Mrs. Owen Conway
Written : i. O. VFW Post Sets Dinner of Toledo. Ohio. Mrs. Charles jk q = S
Corn- Held
t I Mrs. Henry daughter of Mr. and ,: Nuptials Keith. Miss Jeanette Stevens. Mrs.
i purchase. Mrs. L. S. Remsburg. attended the I f Meeting Monday Night
I Ft. Lauderdale schools and this tSpecwl to The Sunday: Sentinel.Star] Mary Magargee Mrs Edward Carter -
Power Offer I I Soeewl The Sunday Sent.net Stor]
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and Mrs.
her at KISSIMMEE John Koss.
year completed junior year The marriage SANFORD Veterans of For- Mrs.
.,# .. Suar > Miss Remsburg ; Stetson University where she was of Miss Theta Fern Phay daughter eign Wars Post- 3282 of Seminole Joseph L. Egan. I
f IAMICiy. CMnmhatontra a member of Alpha Xi Delta sor of Mr. and Mrs. H, E. Phay County will hold a dinner meetingat Miss Grace Gauthier ,who has '

1 Ris.H4 that a let.UM Becomes Bride ority.Mr.. Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. ', of this city to Ralph Rupert, 7 pjn. Monday which accord .closed her music classes for the for
lilt twtag Florida I i ing to the vote taken at a recent season left on Thursday
11uti. I* Mat KB best of. !Spec) -ol to The Sundoy Sentinel-Star] .T.schools.G. Henry Following attended three the years local in I solemnized I meeting will be the only meeting I Lansing. Mich. where she will
'" "'" far a sew franchise DELAND-With the Rev. JohnH the Army Air Force, he was graduated I Mar 31 at the First Presbyterian during June. I spend the Summer. t,
ft. h. Mahlon H. i Comdr. F. D. Scott all and Mrs. 'Louis Byer will
Ilrtst e MW held Church with the Rev. urges I II I Mr.
this week from Stetson Uni- +I
,,. UU.__,4 eiptrta June Hanger officiating Miss June Woolf officiating., I i members to attend for a discussion leave on Tuesday for an extended i
I t Patricia Remsburg of Ft. Lauder .he versity *'here. for of the past year !I The church was beautifully Hof i important issues, and to complete I!motor trip, stopping for a short r
was president the student
v.tw ._ tM Mirh an offer dale became the bride of Robert body. He is member of Delta 'I decorated with tall baskets of I final plans for delegates who time .in Richmond. Va. then )
e. .4 N r....ps4 by" Uw 13manappointed D. Henry of DeLand. in the Park Sigma Phi fraternity.a I lillies against a background of ] will attend the Sarasota conven- Washington. D. C.. where they will ,,
d- afire by Temple Methodist Church in Ft. ![ palms and other greenery, and i tion. A large attendance is expected. visit with their daughter and her
4' ctiaaMsrNa. *wal month Lauderdale. Saturday at 8 pm. I lighted white tapers In tall can- husband Mr. and Mrs. W. J
0 \II dr1MNlp.r 1ttwttwr munict0 Miss Remburg. given in marriage Mrs. delabra cast a soft glow over the I Stevens
._. ..... be more ad- by her father was attendedby DysonTo altar. Harry Gaylord., local attorney, !
**<<. ...*'" a !Mr..d. The city Miss June Hood of Ft. Lauderdale Preceding the nuptial ceremo- ; Airs. Conway ..will address the WCTU at their
lI ...- to purrhaar the as maid of honor and junior Entertain nies a program of music was play- regular meeting Friday at the AMAZING NEW
Iti 1 + Kio a .n. t* ratified bridesmaid was her sister Miss ed by John Maskrey pianist who \Honoree :home of Mrs. R. Hobart Lash on
.nti ...... Sharon Remsburg. also accompanied the bride's i.Orange Ave. at 3 pjn. Mrs. FlorI -1
t... i effff 'N ettl a.w Donald C. Yaxley of DeLand Church Group brother Ed Phay in a vocal solo !I ence Askew will preside and Miss
..... .4I....., .It. .. erred as best man for Mr. Henry. I Because. tAt Flora NorthruP will lead devotionals PACKARDFather's -
.' ..... wapaar wawid Following the ceremony a reception ,i fSpe iol( to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] To the strains of the Bridal Bridge I .
......., f 1hh caN was held at the home of SANFORD June meeting of I Chorus from Lohengrin the lovely [Soeciol to The Sunday Sentinel Star] Business session of the WCTU
... "IWM JUM laa I bride entered the church with her I 30
the bride's parents. 1009 N. E. 2nd has been announced for 2: p.m.
St. Monica Chapter of Holy Cross !
.... 5.4 ........ SU after which Mr. and Mrs. t father who gave her in marriage.She EUSTIS One of the most attractive i I
.. Church will be with Mrs. Fred ,
'. pul.iUC'aJ fnorb.l Henry departed for a honeymoon was attired in a gown of events of the weekend was I Microfilm
Dyson at 201 West Seventeenth : white jersey with sweetheart neckline the dessert bridge at which Mrs. I System .
I St.. Monday at 8 p-m., with the I. and long sleeves, and worea I C. J. Reilly and Mrs. Louis Byer : For Filing Studied -

business and devotional followed small white braided hat. She were co-hostesses Friday after I rSpec-cf to The Sunday Sentinel Sterl ( lmx Ie JCO''% ..,. .......
by a watermelon cutting. 1 carried a bouquet of peonies and i noon entertaining at.the home of DELAND-Possibility of obtaining IhPitlt .rf... .... ..rn.e.I
or1E Taw I Several reports are to be read i I white Mrs.carnations.Harold Goodefl, attended Dr. and Mrs. Reilly. microfilm equipment for filing I o.- ., w ..-., i......
r w cdwt + I INO TO eAwt 'co.IVrlcE.au waaj and of the Party was given to honor Mrs. records in the courthouse is being -
a' plans members -, the,bride as matron of honor and .
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s was I I Thomas Conway who with Mr. studied by Jess Mathas clerk I
.e r own.a. I disclosed to their new chairman she wore a lovely powder blue
; STATE AUTO Mrs Djson. afternoon gown with matching Conway will celebrate their golden of the Circuit Court who was i
I picture fcat. She carried a bouquet I wedding anniversary' today. Pre instructed to report his. findings I '
i Allen To Broadcast I of pink carnations. Ring bearer ceding the bridge games refreshments to the Board of County Commis- Day, Sunday,
;was little' Miss Susan Daniels. were served. Mrs. Charles sioners.
A Kw *f7lflrrR. cEtoUAet Over National Hookup I I I niece of the bride. I!' Keith of Umatilla won first prize 'I II' !!' First. consideration. Mathas said.
for high score while Mrs. Owen was whether the new method
The bridegroom was attended
g ualc? r ;"*- 'c to The Sunday Sf-ntll'1el-StorJ by Harold B. Ooodell as best man I'I Conway of Toledo. Ohio took con .could be employed profitably by: PAY AS $1 1 WEEKLY
of Stetson University.Allen president June : and Lester Oeisler and W. L Barber ,solation. After the play Mrs. Con-,I the county.. He indicated the abstract LITTLE AS
i acted as ushers. way, the honoree. was showered companies might be inter-
15 will make an address over a ', ested hi such facilities.
with which
gifts among was a employing
I Following ceremony a reception
nationwide radio hookup when he
: held at the home *
was Phay
speaks on a which Is
program. : on Mitchell St. The brides cake FLORIDA'S: LARGEST RADIO ATOWlUICfHret ( [
sponsored by the Southern Bap- Underwood Champion
TIRES tist Convention. I complimented by the glow of tall I
centered the lace
yellow tapers
Dr. Allen's topic will be Christin PORTABLE
clothed table from which
Education. His talk will be partof
I served sandwiches cake,
: dainty
AND IATTERIES a program called The Bap-
mints and iced punch served by INCLUDING
tist Hour.
Mrs. George Daniels, and Mrs. CARRYING $88 07

I FOR CARS AND TRUCKS r i Kissimmean Wins I Clyde kept Nelson.the bride's Mrs. Alice book. B. Martin CASE _

h4 iTIIXr110NE3: Orlando ..-.... Among the out-of-town guests WE DELIVER
I Teacher Scholarship I at the wedding ceremonies were $''lllG1& '
f 1-- [Spe- id to The Sunday Sent 11eIStor1TALLAHASSEEOne ] Mr, and Mrs. W. J. Steed and I CHICX"WtTR n s. Main SL Ph. 1151
Kissim- I'' daughters, the Misses Willa and --
I mee resident. Rosalie Carolyn I Katherine Steed Mr. and Mrs. F.
I Woodall, won one of the teacher$!i J." Igou.; Mrs. Mary .Ellen Joslyn.
4 rnNM W. Pari! 471 I training scholarships awarded to Erwin Joslyn, Mrs. Russell Falk,
.-i M. Orland.-612. 245 Floridians last week. MfS.JCalv1s May Mrs.Ted Bias- I
< Wi STREET AUTO I BUD.' ITT.t State School Supt. Colin Eng ingame and Miss Lois Blasingame,
lish said that Miss Woodall received -I Miss Mae Blair. Mrs. B. L. Blair
I a $200 Senatorial scholar- and Mrs A.,L. Snyder, all of Or- ""--C-: --
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a .C net with saun ,- ; r f"'A i i t s .qu '
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fared HI a wain and : : : ..fe 10,'". ".'<- a qb _m.ft ..
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,Mi ... AAe eared aa4 -e f .< 4 "JPS h ""
....... uses aDd / ,3 s.t .lit t' >, b1st ...........
r# t tw ) .< fa .er &*[ ....
+ ai.t+e Mts. Robert a Jed. ,. "' \It_ '.,--.
ea gi as as *a. Teas..y s arse s x 's'5- y pfaSea ;t'r ......r"r'.w 'swlslRlisM.ar '" .
se tharlle Ma trots a d stow I
0Mr aara.etle IaahlonatAid Y3 t aa 1 J )\4 'o {r ttsr 1t'St (
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bwAA a drop .. .. .. ; -- irese 4ar
ttu.M6irw and Ml akin. .3: F 5 '} ,aNa ,.'.. ..... ....... .
sees esiWIWkd ever if .s..Aa .J ."..
d ,h. dwr and she nr .ha.*.a ......At.4

a. awl *M 4itt 9t yellotrbar '.. I Iye "
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r Hi* bridegroomUOwn .L 054nr ... tla= ti44 11

tnrtudraI j:".,. /R' !I\jp.....s.e .atraR &w aeiladli
Chattanooga.H i .. '.4 .. i'on'rrAe.w
w'. ard. James t y 111r ,..... ctrl
wa Orargv.etmoony. btln tlr.wa wm.r ae
Mi. H. D. +* A. L*. ee>lra. as jBtMfr paeeibh tusmaiiMd with a brideof Naval Officer. >*"- the former Susannah Urie %y$ 'fj&V* *& former Marilyn. Alyce Mooney tea,* Moans iffwiwwp.. JP *pf
a *1 ehtteh awmblywea -, ,f to a ,.... it *... wt wB_ *
** wraud with a ....... .f fa...... vhlteMftfr r q Club I IOpens bMt patla
...a *. The Copps-Urie a Reading -. -
'sea .....fUU truth a t .
> rrmcrtd with \Nuptials i! Held .y sr .raw Monday I IAt = _
a S... and flanked tM attggtlfear
m and whitetddtftf i wens ttatlliw .
t1r 1 ots -- !
Saturday Library .s
., music ;\ tl7ww.
pent tee ratepttoo ;I :. :a os 39 i ........ ". .... MMSar .... j
marks tM
,.. C CetpnlliU < Of interest throughout Central !. Tomorrow opeeieg 1' ... r SLof .
..... was M chart of {Florida Is the announcement made of the .Summer Reading CIIIIt m .... rated .. ... .

% bong At......< tn aerrM {j today by Mr. and Mrs... Raymond : .r K : the Children' Department .C Itit w a -
MlM.. Atnafw Embry. tair .. .-..
** | Urie of of the Albertson Public Llbrarr WIle rear
........ ..... Hacaa, Jean f frank Frostproof s- : -s:. Dorothy O. Lane, eh d1fB', IMea. r MrrtiltaWarr
-- .aM alawasaft ;marriage of their daughter..Susan- I II rtan. and her asMataa. iseb. t oarterwi esMt.
.. ....e aad Ma bride left ''nah. to Henry Lee Copps Jr., Son .' Cornelia Osmun are bwv .ssasps. !IIIr .-
rA _._* he a **.ddmg. trip of Mr. and Mrs H. L. Copps.of Ow -4 r -J. tug preparations to resister UM i ... ae# .... ......
era) J4. New Orleanstravttun Tampa, which was an event. of I a s 9. t :. t. host of boys and (irte who wIN W .... .... ...... .... .
.. Aatwie Y4ft k- dRN waiting at the door at fl .'..a.t 0iaareMr.
.. ... a ...... hilt of .Saturday afternoon. r.a Ar 'K1. ; "h; k' Monday morninc. 1-- ..
,..M with weds acrr The double-ring ceremony, performed The club which U. open to aw aawr$4IO. ........
a ...." fill stslte fOIIf't. by the Rer. Hugh M. Jefferson. -I l'boy or girl in the Orlando arfHOk earl =
s:: tall tlaae Malt home s as held at the First Presbyterian from the first through the. ...** MMear eats : -
.,.. Church of Frostproof. A :,4 1 4I -Jf r S grades will continue U etffc ttt. tbet wed 4
I preliminary musical program was -' ;# b 11 months of June. July and Altlttsl .Iletlrpale .
I:rendered by Mrs. Henry B. Cordes. : Obtaining a library card u a prerequisite ..
SIlt / planirt and Miss Viva Kathleen a ., to membership tawia
II TUlis of Lakeland toloist. Mrs. may be secured by brtette at
Cordes played the traditional wed- kaxus parents signature to the aofur
Guest dinc music during the ceremony. ; S. Club members are requtred 10 read /
Given In marriage by her father. i at least 10 boots. A book sepal
the bride wore a gown of mousse- ': t must be written at home and ..
At ShowerUM 'line de sole designed with a ruffled t.vI< >.,, I turned with each boot to U* ftbrary. tort aleetaF!
motif outlining the shoulders ; a i rH"are.ll' Students In Uw skied
*i* ***>. .*.*. snarriat and coming from a wide' insert t through the eighth grades ant ter agr a M
1K 1P.. T. L..* **JrD* ** of imported lace, and long sleeves Include a book of travel sad a 1M- purr fir 1 t111e
e.... wee aaMe, ,... ending in a point over each wrist. ography In their aelcctieo .f .s.. p.ttifraca
.... ...*. U... O. A. Th skirt was edged at the bottom I $ : mer reading.In wars h MIiuaraar
f.... T P Thrasher with a wide double ruffle the Fall the chOdreal ..... e+ss as la+..elet
o'N s tnlarellaaeow of mousseline de sole and Imported '\ : tint will visit each of UM haAaai6tlrea.
...*. 1 hom 1121dtearate lace repeating the treatment on NjUP ; I .. and award certificates to .
1r. : : ml .
club members who hare a 'Irs.
the shoulder line, the ruffle '' mt
of Ppiltl flow.aka4 the fu -length bridal train.I __..;"" ., '. ;;" ., :..,.', .... '.' ..:.f. '"' ..NI > .IIti... ... .J.:> .. :<. 'required 10 books. Bofe'"
'.... w the WILLIAM VINCENT girls who have read five or matt
Her reil of imported illusion fell MRS. JAMES PHILLIP COUGHLIN MRS. ROBERT
.... ... tee mflf* table was I I| 1 additional books will be prmMtd 1-llis -mt....
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from a crown of tiny seed pearls. of June 3' the First
.' whos marriage was an event at t
...... wsM a Watatrre .rd. and she carried a bouquet of is the former Jean Agnes Turner, daughter of Mr. and ;,1. {'I special certificates. Each year M
Me'thodist Church of Mt. Dora. The bride is the former Grace school wttfe led
award to the
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blossomsand Mrs. J.Turner of this Her Mr.
vthart rAxM. orange ; Ralph city. marriage to Coughlin,
.... Its tettedrd theo t bom. centered with an Marie Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elbridge Lee of! highest percentage of awdenla ttra/eM .... aseranlarail -
...ti.f. Mtt. James orchid. the son of Mrs. Eva Coughlin of Kansas City, Mo., took place :; Mt; Dora. Mr Vincent is the son of Mn and Mrs. William i i completing The children's their reading. hu stir a

a"d T4 Mr and Tatol the mother.Umea.: The honor attendant Miss Betty ,; June 3, in the First Methodist Church of Orlando<_ Mr. Cough-1! Arnold Vincent. Following their wedding trip to Daytona divisions with departmenttwo one room do. It" u4 OaIIMraMrefw

Abaa.wed, Johnson of Frostproof was gowned !! lin and his bride will make their home here upon their return !'.; Beach the couple will resume their studies at Stetson University -I Toted to boots for children frees OuaMa rIrneM
In daffodil yellow made with a
>I-4 trvr firmly. soft detail of sherring in the from a wedding trip in the State. I Icati. I and will live in DeLand.. the pre-school: level throach Hw c'
fifth grade and another room especially
.. ) r Mono, John .
16 cool abe "....* Bobbie bodice a sweetheart neckline'andtUl7 (: designed for the ytnM! J raft : -
Jttfctt Carirr Jeanne puffed sleeves. An unusual I sister of the bridegroom. In I f dining room,where, he bride's cake j I[wedding trip, the bride wore a [Kappa Alpha Theta fraternity.The .j adults from the sixth fra4r c. -
lWtap o.rr.u. Kthiianat. detail of the gown was the double ,lilaC:: Miss Patricia Maxcy of'':was topped with sweetheart roses white suit'with matching accessories past two years she has been through the high school level. = a t = Mir ..
D'Ac.uDO butterfly bustle that fell in ,soft and orange blossoms. The bride's 1!I and an orchid corsage. i I These rooms are open f'00 lei. -. blaYanlma .
?ate folds at the back of the gown She I'Frostproof in rambler pink; and j aunts Mrs. B. H. Griffin. Mrs. !I} Mrs. Copps received her early a student at Rollins' College, and 1 Monday through Saturday .sf*

-" -- .ore matching short mittens and' Mrs. W. C. Fulton of Bartow iaj I,Jonathan Maxcy, Mrs. Guignard!:I education. in Frostproof schools she will take her last year at the on Wednesday when the noun at an ---

end MM. JW Unc bank matching halo cap, carrying an aqua. Theycarried arm bouquets j'Marcy, Mrs. Latimer Maxcy,Mrs*I,i later graduating from Orlando t University of Florida where Mr. I 9:00 to 12:00. ... "e are. ....
tIIIiiiNi *.. bathe in !CarMj arm bouquet of shasta daisies. of pastel gerbera daisies and wore l I Gregg Maxcy and Mrs. J. Ken I Senior High, where she was a Copps has enrolled.Mr. I I II The selection of books will be .\ ___ .;JIit
.. **** a Iwo -.b' Halt The bridesmaids wore gowns halo caps that matched their \i I dric Enzor', and also Mrs. James member of the National Honor I Copps is a graduate of Plant. supervised by trained Her arias* ftfeMS M arbena.a -. -
> blot (..u&'a wo(hrla.Mr fashioned as the maid of honor's.: gowns. Drane and :Mrs. M. E. Stephens j Society. She attended Florida State High School. Tampa, and studied who are Interested in finding UM lac ,.. .ear
and Mrs. QC In pastel shades. Miss Elizabeth The bride's mother wore a silver I assisted in serving. College for Women her freshman voice for two years with Willis right book for the right shill ..
Mw hoax eo Die Maxey of Sebring was in seafoam gray crepe .dress, trimmed with When the couple left on their year, and became a member.of the, 'Waterman in Hartford. Conn.Dur-i I. Special emphasis 1s giver to UM
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... l_green_ ;_Mrs._Oabe Paul of Cincin-r I pink matching carnations.lace with The a bridegroom's corsage of ing the war the served for,three round Idea that fun and reading that boys U and au-,gMt..,- Irv +r. eM. r. ttBtbalbr ..... ....

I mother chose an aqua crepe dress. I years overseas with the U. S.Ann7,1 I are welcome at all times to vtstt de arts trivet ,..
'with a corsage,of gardenias and A member of the Sigma j, t the.library use reference books sMaa "..orapS
he has been student at .
flower teralty 'a -
both wore' hats.
Jklr.title also served as best man. Rollins College for two years:

Ushers included Dana Scruggs.An-
thony Ransdell Kendric Enzor Scouts Give AwardsOn ;
and Clay Fulton. )
Overnight Camp
Following the ceremony a reception y ,.,.
was held at the Urie home. ,.: Troop 22 of the Girl Scouts enjoyed -
Refreshments were served in the an overnight, camp at La
I Coterie on Lake Conway l8.steet,
4 r featured by a court- of awards.
Miss Corn Jean Harris was invested into the
ploz : tenderfoot class Nikkt Klesling
L_ t I S :Wr ; I
and Frances Denson were made
To Be WedIn second class scouts.
; : ; Eleven members received badgesfor
\;: basketry needlecraft' and j jt

Atlanta 1 't rV ; garden flower finding .,

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Mrs*. Lucius Baxter Compton of

this engagement city is today and approaching announcing mar-the It Itij \,Miss Haley's I

riage of her daughter Frances to i, 7 II

Roy Thomas Williams.son of Mr. T 0:1,:.'"< : EngagementAnnounced _
and Mrs.- Arthur A. Williams of, i:': !
Atlanta Oa. } 'a I j
The bride-elect graduated 'from ,tl l
:Orlando Senior High School: and ;
Florida State College for Women Mr. and Mrs. Edward Allen ',
being member of the Kappa Alpha I] x Haley are announcing: the engage-
Theta fraternity at the latter.!: ment of their daughter, Elizabeth 5
She received her membership Into l ;carr, to George Perry Cunningham J Jj
the American Dietetic Assn. at II i Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. j
the Cook County Hospital in Chi-.' II G. P. Cunningham of Cornelia

eago.At present she,is in Dietary' 'Ga.The
will take' in
Department of Emory University I wedding
Hospital in. Atlanta. the early Fall. '
i The bride-elect has been study ilc .
..f Mr Williams graduated from -
c r ing music at Wesleyan Conservatory. !I:c;
+ Technical High School and attended :.'>L 4-
Georgia Evening College in 1. .. :.'.",.'.: I, Macon Oa... and returned .... .. .'rrt \
Atlanta. He served for four years ....- '. :-<:-' I here a weekago for Summer va .. e". ., .
with the U. S. Navy In the Pacific | MRS. GAIL GLOVER MilliGAN i. cation. It...! 4t Ij
i Mr. Cunningham Is a member of <.:t .
and war.Atlantic At present Theaters be Is during connected the I j i, .. is the daughter of Mr. .and Mrs.. ,Samuel M. Glover of the graduating class of the t1m.versity .L..,. i e<'. .s ', t' I.

with the Gulf Oil Corp. j Chicago, III., who are today announcing ber: engagement and of Georgia in Athens .J' .- '

The wedding1 wffl take place on approaching ',marriage to Rupert .Benjamin-Jones, son of Mr. Miss Haley is the granddaughter ....,. 1--,r. _, .
of Mr. and Mrs. J..C. Haley 'of '" -"''''--- -
__ ____n Friday June 20, at 6:30 p.m. at and, Mrs. J. William Jones of this city The wedding will take Orlando and of Mrs. Edward Cary j
the chapel of the Glenn'Memorial MISS ELIZABCTH (MY alA...
here this month and complete plans' for the Dr.Ambier i
MISS FRANCES COMPTON Church in Atlanta with.Dr. Pierce place ceremony Ambler and the. late .
will be announced later. Roanoke Va. ..a ettg M Gincw
.. a bride- ltct of Roy T. Williams. Harris

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Ii Nit, '!___ ffbt sun>tats !tnttntl-tar Orlando, Florida, June 8, 1947': Miss Eubariks' American-women's> privilege .

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I I pel Hill tUnless our eyes deceive i /
Alfo' tfoansJune I
us Betty is: ,wearing a PhIl EngagementAnnounced
i Delt pint.. She will JM here for .
S"I. :t. I a week before returning to the I! j

: I University of :North Carolina for I I of
Mr and Mrs. L F Eubanks '
1 If'.tlt/iug Dale t Y' Summer School and Wellborn Jr. this city are announcing the engagement e.'t/
is here : : .
.ey remaining to help his father and approaching 'marriage
....... af-.St al .... 1M.t.. I look after business I of their daughter Mary j| ,
' .4 MM MM (farttan K. Wellborn Sr. by the '&tntertst.s.1, Beatrice,to Cheslie Heath also of : > ,

ting along beautifully, tho the this city. I
tsf ass aE { ;r : ,l Miss Eubanks is a graduate of
..... mar. recovery process is both trying and Mount Pleasant High School. '.'
rf..lit.. tsww Ie slow. I I Mount Pleasant, Fla. and is now ;; a "
of Mr sad 000 employed as bookkeeper by the : 11',
.f Or- i1."S There was a beautiful tea in Central Truck Lines Inc. ';. No flll'lta.' -thil dream of exquisite hair beauty for
TW *"">....,.1 .* e Ws Ms et S progress Friday afternoon at SUZ- i II Tamiami Mr. Heath Trail is Tours employed Inc.by the i ', Today it can b. ra tty-thanlcs'to Revs. R
.. ..... As tgtiat, sad ANNE WHEELER'S home on ', The wedding will be an event of I v.ry woman. '
.... ...... sttA .. ... : : Ponce de Leon Place She was June 29 at the Church of Christ : Oil Shampoo Tint treatments. Thoroughly tff.ctwt
r .. n. ....... MtMNN entertaining in honor cf graduate:; 118 E.Jefferson St. !I
.. su._ ap At gs.lfltw SHADIE BEARDALL and the No invitations are being issued I In concealing vfciblt gray or faded strands Roux
.... ....-. ., ttu I crowd of about seventy membersof but friends of the. couple are tni i ho'/..
slid Nnrlaatlilli.... i the high school and college vited. crtoHi natural-looking new color your
.. Or- set ,all looked ,adorable. Suzanne hair is lustrous with tht bright
sad .... tIN .srss I wore a pink crepe frock and Sha- And when your
..... t_ t' I Aelberr awrsu. iir., 9a die wore white Assisting were Pan-helleuic i of this! new,colorful beauty,
... __ tAee. w... ., ANN KDSON.: MARGARET : r
$... ..era -- ., w rnsudaIttt .. BROKAW. KITTY TORRANCE. Tea how can you help but look IgvelierlRUX !
._. ..... ..MSSna4b MARY FORD and the hostess' Saturday
II __ ......, wlnM F mother MRS. D. E. WHEELER 1
A. .11r The hostess, honor guest and Among the social events of the
will be rush '
-aMit M 4 1*! Jt.a. assistant, all had lovely corsages coming week a large "il
tea to be given by the Central Florida
.. .t N. MAM.ee Park 000 S '
ttIIw. a attar r tgr.ee I Panhellenic Assn. on Saturday I :
from 4 to 6 pm. at the Or-
waslw d the Lbe. .rae ENS have as their houseguests this I I
lando Country Club
,1 I ..- !''Mwetr ., 0tC&ade. weekend. MR. and MRS. E. D. Honor guests will be approximately I ()
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-- LAMBRIGHT of Tampa Mr. 70 young ladies who plan '
el '. A.M Lamomht. as you know. is edi- to enter the various colleges: next
r. --r- salpse.e torial director of the Tampa Tribune FalL Receiving guests will be officers '
-- .. ,, I of the association.. ? OIL SHAMPOO TINTCONCINTIA
'"'a If -' "iw'''' """011
tsi W her ,
taad .e __ ...... Jvaa MISS LOUISE EVANS ( TI) 1
..._.. fI WI M-. Mss bride-elect of .Kenneth Murdock. coots CONDITIONS QCANSESC
{ .., ) dirtcttd kbtl
uss r ttMge Pa.'. s. -- vti M any en e
ttM 'b. .l IM/ .. btEE I I New Location!
I until next Wednesday when he and
M did altar MethItluWL ..ttlas I' Tea Table 'Ann. accompanied by MARJORIE
MITCHELL leave for Texas.Mar- ;
\ ( eetl .rt awve W i jorie has been visting her son-I Y JUNIOR LEAGUE

| VMP tbgtt HB9.at WHRv..kftk sails. ftft- i il I Chatter I,in-law and and CHARLIE daughter.DAVIS KATHERINE for- j .:- THRIFT SHOP! b
,the past two weeks.
eesl tM SaN .tep ,"'!t"
ft..sn, .m tide 1M 1 000 I
> maat If CYNTHIA The crowd of people in the dinIng ,
). ... r T rd11e. room overflowed onto the terrace ,r? 215 South Hughey
twos .', hwlr d ttM ee.pMta An attendance that broke an overlooking the pool and .
/ .... ..... tM..esaetr record turned out for the Family among the familiar faces were
N.ht; supper at the Country Club noted ROLFE and JEANNETTE : I EconomicalCharitable 22 _4... r.......,.. w haitw ;

'WttMt; / ttlgf'J l ugttl Thursday 43 present. night, ,, with Newly-weds no less than ANN DAVIS daughter., HELEN'HAPPY ALLEN who is and just aID ,, : .....+, MeeM erarywk.r. .. '

L i BRIfOCMANl and E R V I N : \ ) !
\ I Iw J .JcJ MrFtiNtad HODGE were there stopping in Also home the from FRANK Duke University GRAYS and Iii ; I x:'

ww a..Nagd Orlando en route from Miami to their two daughters MR. and ,
.1 tret.f$ PrOMrola ,.here !.t. Hodge is sta- MRS JOE MCORMICK. RUTH i \
M III as at tIwmlae Ueatd. They left Friday morning MR. and II I r t .
and FRED GODFREY ; \ !: Outfit your entire family with !
$ Ori.iettlwetn 4
T1SHALL mere dining with their and CHARLES SHARP. DR. and. --t ,* ..- next-to-new merchandise I ,.
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llsf Itw two daughters PAT and ANN MRS. CHARLIE COLLINS and' \: f L clean and in good condition.
!e ham lus j s&. houvsurst SCOTT ROBINSON daughter.and STACEY BALDWIN. ,: !.J' Visit the Thrift Shop for bargains
gelid t tre p.$ m 1a.Mwr .f Kansas City. Scott will be here :
DR. and MRS ALLAN JONES: galore!
s.A N + Yertter. Ii 1'
., .w _na to the M. D. KENNEDYS. \ : \ ,
board members are invited t6 Mrs. 000
c site IIIHWI" tM Em" Klines home for coffee.: A group lunching and bridgingat t
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MARY MARGARET: FOLSOM Open Tuesdays Miss. Lucille AsnWOfth, Ron Consultant }9ti
JEAN HOLLER. JULIA win be in our beauty salon
CARSON REBA RUSSELL HA- Thursdays and Saturdays Tuesday to advise you on your I
) ZEL LEE MATHERS. KAY ROGERS I ing problems without. charge. haircolO1'J
and MADELINE GENTILE. sustained
LU'IIe's only
9:00 til 12.00
f 000 maxr-maltml project to : I : noon I Of course, our operators also L Lthe
MARTY BROKAW has just I finance its work ia the Caution Use only
notice : as betwtt ....
at community. I' ....
I completed her sophomore year I'I labeL
in town yesterday:
Tally and got I I
t1fUitbecMe5a1i111aYe She was accompanied by her to
classmate. NANCY JONES of Miami ,
.They'll leave Tuesday for \
Daytona Beach to attend the weeklong r
housepariy being given by the

l l more !unfather.sD61)thar Tally Delta.: : chapter Headquarters of Alpha are the Gamma Ma- ;.
rest Apts. i ?
with a 000FONTAINE Dad's'.a great
Gift WINSTON leaves guy
here tomorrow and will go first !
from to Chattanooga where shell visit .
!j a' I lame &t I lobby GUERRY JR. Later she
goes to Richmond, Va.. where she
I House receives her nurse's diploma from I
I It .
Medical College.
t .Hft' witk. Falher may mean sports O O O I 1 Y .- _11" 7

Ii up4 fmr+. Or tasking tasty dishes and When our EDITH successful PHILLIPS part in.readabout locating : ,, ; ."' .' .

as-lsg. the perfect last Or perhaps he's Nora Johnson tea cloth I

a ........4 Mtttrtr and cadceteer ,., she called us the other day to ask -
".s4,4., KU tastes and fancies you'll find if we'd help her locate a missing: For Dadur favoritep i! -Bp gfiyr.,.select! I

M ......',. 'to
etnes f.e {
unidentified and it happened this his f favorite make: of R cur: out :
When WELLBORN had his .
I way- .
accident over in Sanford. Edith tcn d' N ceCt.c'1.; .. S
... & It"y Noise returned here late in the evening '.. .
after visiting him at the hospitaLAs I
&If r......., ... ,.. Cealwt she walked in. foot-sore and ,
weary, and ravenously hungry, she ,
i : Ins Eat c.1oa1a1 Drip saw that some kind person had ,, r .

ea .... .. a.s ......... ... ..... .. I"u .... k&IIrU1S.t I been by. left some wonderful fresh blue Remember Fathers Day, June, .15th : .
beautiful robms-eg
in a .
..rr. m _-. eggs
I bowl She cooked softboiledeggs ,
".'- -,-. for her very late supper, and
the next day and every day since,
7"t she has been trying to find out xD
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7"i II who left them. Anyone who knows
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in being unable to o 0 O
her thanks or to return the bowLSo
lll l is :>> if you know who was responsible

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ti' I The two elder Phillips children:
i I eo-oe 1 WELLBORN JR. and BETTY re-
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Rove B. P. Hawkins H. H. Nunn during the war spent two years in I
Alto McFaddeuPiw A. T. Ogden, Shaw Buck. J. D. I HawketfCuapp the U. S. Marine( Corps. At present t
lOcdrn. Clinton O'Niell Charles he is associated with the 1 '
Wedding [Ptewden Leila Clay.-Joy Boyd L. Engagement con Flans Dairies for in the Sanford.wedding Bea-I Salon Secesd FtMr
D. Edge S. 8. Simpson. Hoard i
announced at later date.
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hi |K.rfte. Paul Hutchins. RitchieI AnnouncedMr. I. oQo ,
August 1 I ftt. Henry Sheppard George ---------J
,Urn. A. XI. Davis. Charles Heath -
A at! rr T 0 >MtI'NIIf.u. i JR. I, Morse. James Lybrand. L. and Mrs. Chester Hawke of t
*...[ 1eo --- dted |O. Thomas. J. S. Thomas. Ellis Sanford are announcing the engagement -
tlr/r tir.aMer. I Naught. Ortlfis Bishop. W. G. De'Vane. of their daughter. Betty. '
a atM.tt1Ysrle Ats- R O. Cornell. Gene Busby to Clarence B. Knapp, son of Mrs. I j
and the Missrs Kathryn Arnold
tae rM MA We. 'Ahene Ogden. Loraine Benson.Lu- "Peggy Knapp, also of Sanford.
stl.Tika ?her die Bf nson and Alice Ray. Miss Hawke attended the Sanford -
atr li. t .1 Meff i schools and graduated from I 1
A4twrta. Personals r Seminole High School. She was a FOUR NEW BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS BY
ws1 Ir.m I member of the Spring graduatingclass
A- Wt mea ).In. R. M. Stokes of this city at Orange Memorial Hospital :
.f Arta DepreM and Mra B. G. Adams of Tampa School of Nursing, and since '
rtr a trrtrttie, toft Friday for California and that time has been a nurse at the
t-a Is 4 m U r+rttyr will also visit in the Canadian hospital.Mr 1
Q1.1etsad.tkl..horpe. Rockies before returning in about Knapp also graduated from J 1i
t 1110 meeks. the Seminole High School and /
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tejs 20 __ __ (The:t, &nnfeut &-tnt tttt1-fir' 1 Grinnell II TELEPHONE

f rMrlrte. ._i wit k.s hr pmt e44eeNnt11fir. ocdwtnc Mrs. Tuggle for IDd about I i r. Crown (f.* Selma Cohn: Pianist

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nth Compliments
ei *- decline 01 CantS51 Saturday To begin or tnmt 'A

.. ...1aw, ......... Ann Klug ((]) j jr an informal double-ring cere your Sludy Of mnc '''

at the home of Mr and Mrs. Ph. 2-0151) 1633 Dorm."t k.MiNNA '
r. Mra. E. M. TuRgle entertained 1 KITTY
cII.iie r By
Taylor Crown in St. Peters-
Friday morning with a coca-cola A FTER GRADUATING mO Saturday night, their daugh
party at her home. 646 Woodward
In C1e1t Are. honoring Miss Ann Klug. with a Bachelor of Science : :: Miss Marguerite Hilda Crown x

SR.. .... ..... Mis graduating Klug was class a of member Orlando of Sen-the _Winter ton__. ,.attractive_Park. will'\_brunette u ____ _____ Grinnell the bride of of Zellwood Charles Ed-son* LEE: of fl..,..,.
Walter E. Grinnell of St. Pet- .a
tor Hlah School. assume a position
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and Mrs. M. C. Gnnnell
Mrs. Tugglewas assisted by her with St.Vincent's .
!$ daughter Gwen Tuggle and Mrs. Tampa. tcia. !
Hospital. Jacksonville
Rev. Robert H. Allen per-
_... Gregg. .
internas in setting
r=.:.: The Eloise guest Fallback list included, the Misses a laboratory arrangements ceremony of palms a and
Bejie Barlow.
.... technician. Betty .- with lighted candles in 'r0'
Jane Cappel. Martha Jeter Del .
... rYbe Ray Bourland Flo Johnson, Beth Jane will f o there -
irt..-a1 in by her father, '1"
'July 1, andmeanwhile marriage
Bailey Ann Snow. Jane Ives Ann 441 Pork Ave., N.
,'r.\::: bride wore a suit of white
White. Jane Reynolds Barbara will
..... fashioned along GRINNELL
princess MRS. CHARLES E.
Arnette Joyce Hodkinson Carhta Winter Park
.. enjoy a vacation
with quarter length
Clark, Dorts Poeth Jane Johnson, : with her parents recent bride.
bustle effect jacket. She wore
Virginia Johnson. Vonnie Peeler, and sister Mar w. CI M .t Hotl .
-:.': Prances Lee. Kathrun Gray, Jean hat with huge bow at-t 1 TkBrd,. 1
Evelyn Singleton back, and a corsage of yellow By 1940. says a Twentieth Century
.':.:r.::fJ Oaf Podmore.Alma Mickey Laughinghouse.Miller Elinor Janie ,in the North I Fund report, over 10 per cent I ALL SUMMER
Carolina Vivian Averitt of St.Peters- of the total new dwelling units was ,
i aMRaU, ..MO Pierce and Mrs. Watson Ricks of I moun- I
e elaaa. Ml. 0M|. North Carolina houseguest of Mrs. I was maid of honor while produced under public auspices.
lA a ....<. ._Gregga' ,I I member of .Voss of Zellwood acted as best I i! .
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Kappa Alpha :
\\'ing the ceremony.a recep- i
Theta social froternity
was held in the garden of the RADIOREPATE l
at FSCW. will make
i home.The couple i
Betty Jane was home in Zelluood.
also active in SERVICE !
ma n yotherextra one-sixth of the Ameri SOUTHERN MUSIC : <' ... .
-curricular Indians in the United States HZ N. Ora. TeL Mil i; I
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activities. She -Navajos. .. '. t : : S
served as vice-

fraternity president for of one her L. _L .
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year, and as #
I president for two

I years of the Tarpon ," .. P J.fi. V... .
Club, well- Brr :I .."'l-. \'-!31-
;known swimming I Ii -- '
i 4)up. Numerous movies of
!I made in which she took part. We have toys and games for all ages at all /4ttit 'i t I
"Y" of which
I and of the Club
prices. Come and have fun looking throughthe
I the Telegraphic Record for 75 I ,
) c : She was a member: of large variety. Here are a few: ,v* I /wItL1cvf4ztcc1te.4 ,
included in this years May !
| least, she is included in Who's Playskool educational toys. Tinlcertoys ( CiMdj- tLd witt.2 f
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1 I I Betsy-Wetsy dolls Union Hardware skates, II "

......... rMU. IIr / *\* Bisplinghoff GRADUATE. attractive OP Sullins cowboy suits Lionel and American Flyer 5' 2. (tt, p.t'k j,4' :

rr W .h. ... ( hoff. of E. Yale Ate. Jeans i trains and accessories as well as model kits :

.... .... cI -. ... ;i a member of the Mardi Gras for model builders. I 11
.pot I Radio Workshop the i
: : Assn., the Dramatic Club and
N u,;.fittly : S u 11 ins Children's
'Theater. She was also a 214 N. Orange CLOSED ;,
; of the Science Club, and .
I mac/p11. ''of the Florida Club. Tel. 6668 WEDNESDAYS
1 A popular and active Miami Beach Fort LaueUrdflU ... i
: ber of the class for two years. $
$19.95 i, was chosen as one of the ten -

r a I campus standing and personalities one of Sulhns'on I
best dressed girls. This
Jean is planning to .
I seven of her classmates with a
at Daytona Beach and a tour ,
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i] LEA group of youngsters to
iti,I Ton-A-Wandah I JUNE
:N C. was Mrs. Lacy E.
The grcup. which attend the i
eludes Nancy Burch m. Ann i
131 N. Orange Jane Gifford Patty Wise j i 1 A ,
Frances Ingram Barbara I
Thi Shop Smart Women'Prefer. McLendon. Betty Lou and Jamie I
Eugenia McLin Paulette Bed: .
: Air Cendl4oa.dtMt Harden, of Brooksville. .
at the University of Florida
Mr. and Mrs. O. Carlson of DRAPERY FABRICSr (
S Florida State College for Women .
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as a I If

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65/2 Y ds./ Glass Cloth -
Price *
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;; Tropical. designs, fire proof, 39"wide. //eI ,

i Was' $224 NOW $1.12

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396 yds. Rayon Fabric 148 yds. Rayon Fabric .

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J 1.a 1. I Mexican Stripes assorted color combiGreen., Brown. Pink Combination
< :;az ;I nations. 39" wide. Stripes 39" wide.

:. : '"., v. Was $167 NOW $1.34V s $2.76 NOW $1.38

\ 588 yds. Printed Twill
I' receives honors. ,I 150 yds. Plastic ClothRedBlueRose

checks. 36" wide. Drapery designs, Wine-Blue-Rose and
StPANCAKE' I Natural grounds. 36"-wide.
I Was $1.00 NOW 50c Was $155 NOW 78c tI 1


375 yds. Printed Percale 467 yds. Spun Rayon / f
1iIH I M" fir betuty aD be I Y
I'I'.ui 36" wide fast colors assorted deSm&11 floral d
designs on Rose Bluff j
Umor.rma TAN NO. I
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.... t''Ij",th Pu.Cab 2REXALL I yards for $1. 2 yards for $1

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a few spear yoall thrill to the :t ,t $ SU 350 3A yds. Chamb .ay.
rev jeidee beauty created byfaCal
>* rws Stripes, Sanforized. Red and Blue. 36" wide. We yd.
to your ova faltering
wAU wdtL ; = 2 yards for $1
Its Easy To F

i I I 495 yds: Printed Seersucker 188 yds. Tropical Mesh -,.

I Floral designs, Rose, Blue and Gold.
...since I got that A sheer mesh for Summer. 39" wide
Ing box-spring from 34" wide. 69c yd. Reg. $1.29 a yard.2yardsforl.

..'a.e4..M..AI..r....___ :7 .._ _,-:;.. 1F I morning.get a full" night's sleep yards for $1 1 1

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Mut mattress factory in

: A i i iI years sumer of guarantees precision low : BRYANT-HILLS '

I Is INC."Fashions ;

11MUD'S STORES RUSS ... by the Yard" .

We will. close Wednesdays at 12:30 P.M. '
I Ilit. 1122 W. Church St. "
HtN.tNMf. Att. H4 S.Orange. Are 1 100 S. Orange Are.S I 315-17-19 Uorth Orange Avenue .

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Mrs. Hastings' .-. I Orlando Florida, June 8, 1947 ---.---- \\t t unbaJ! &rnttnrl.Etr ....

Pupils The palaces of Roman nobility ..

Giving A Bible School contained when the Pope a throne-to visited them.be used m f.P.Y. ':! 1.n? r. 3

I'iallo RecitallobeeTenda ..yyY M'S \ F.e Healik C'are a.d k ...'- f L..
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Opens Monday Samrco sass S.w I." .
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a.Mi.r B+ After June 1st
Inta II '
... .gam d 1ltr Piano stud.rt n-. / The Daily Vacation Bible School Our Office ana Display Boom
r 8 .... ...1'wId.y at t vinptteAta at the Park Lake Presbyterian': Will be located at II S
...... a Church win begin its classes tomorrow fl
... ..... .... IIMtw4.-h6da I at the church and will 423 W. CENTRAL AVE. ... ,

,* take part ota .f.r 11z continue every Monday. through 1 Slade-Booth Show Case Co.
$9, Mary Alk. ay, Friday until June 20. I Pfcoae 2-6271
Mr Martha .l The school will open at 8:45:

> .D ,1LL.... Join 1..yaw Arthur 1guDPA, am.Classes for registration.will be held for begnIners. COST LOWER -If.K1 Tim BwgMa W. r J j

t .rr!. Stmmppr s primary, and junior students LOANS Finana
card. p.rta Tattea 1 in Bible study handwork projects asIastanm.nt ;
y k putt tnnam: I and outdoor activities.
Unto AAdfnora Department superintendents are Lan
.! aoW .m.. as follows: Mrs Robert Gramhng Dept 4th elo.r i
-- beginner; Mrs. Harry L. Lindsey, fI1ST NATIONAL BANK I'' I I
and Mrs. A. P. Rogers, .
A primary; Ye.Dw r.dsat Dw.u JflS C.owadv
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achievement will be awarded at
LI .... i i1t a
L b.p.iaral ;: ," \a special program on Sunday June
.. ;;.: ... i 5 Y 22, at gU: un.Miss I J

_-__..i-.... ., r%. $.$321 I. n4.fj< t i

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h her marriage announced her betrothal told. Be Bride t
J.L rJ 4M 6 1
Announcement is being made of V j jT
Licenses for temporary theaters '* Miss Brad well I the and approaching t
.ere first granted In the reign.of Miss Campbell engagement I
marriage of Miss Carol Wilson
J I Henry VUI of England. I
Kopp formerly of Orlando now
\\BecomesBride I Will Become of Bound Brook. N. J., to Richard I

} Smart Clothes { Dial 23748KIT. I Timothy Van Allen, of Shelton I I
Road, New Market, N. J. t-
I /or ( Here FridayThe June Bride : The bride-elect was born in Or- t
lando and is the daughter of Mr. '
1 ChildrenI f INS K First Presbyterian Churchwas Mr. and Mrs. Harry Campbell of [and Mrs. Frank Kopp.
CONTRACTORS"IKE : the scene of the wedding Friday 1221 Woodward Ave?are announc- i Mr. Van Allen son of !.ir. and
at W W 1aiJtoa St. om ran:RE DISPLAY night when Miss Wanda Rose '!.irs. George Franklyn Van Allen
N. MILLS IT. COLOVULTOWN Bradwell. daughter of Mr. and ing the engagement of their r is a native of Scotch Plains, N. J. I
Mrs. Richard E. Bradwell of Win- daughter. Winifred Jane, to M-Sgt. l
-- --- ter Park formerly of Memphis., Marion Paul Parsons, USA, son of r i Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Richardson -
Term. became the bride of Dwain
I Mrs. Mary P. Hughes of Ripley. leave Tuesday by motor forI
Mario Bartlett. of Mr. and
son .
I I Rock City Falls. N. Y._ to"isit s =
I I Mrs. Lewis C. Bartlett of Con*ay. W Va.Miss .i their granddaughter Nancy Ellen
IJ J I The ceremony was performed by Campbell came here with 'Richardson and Mr. and Mrs. It.i > l
I the Rev. Jack PowelL The bride'scousin. her family from Canada 13 years i,E. Filkins They will be accompanied ,, J
Albert Brad .ell Jr., rendered I
ago, and has attended the Winter i by Mrs Richardson's sister
the program of music. I < Claude Haines, who will j
I Mrs.
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The bride wore a two-piece Park elementary and high schools.
I II ''be I joined by her husband in
white suit, with matching hat. anda I
She is a member of this year'sgraduating Philadelphia. They expect to be I
corsage of American Beauty ,i class of the high school. away for several months and en :
roses. Her sister, Miss Rosalie
Sgt. Parsons graduated from the
i will at the!
home stop '
route they
Earline 'Bradwell. was her only Ripley High School. He joined the do krs. .
; Mountain View Hotel in Gatlin- \ ice you up
FATHER'S attendant and was attired in a Army in 1940. and was stationed I / I
A burg.
light pink afternoon dress with at the Orlando Army Air Base 'I ,
white accessories and a corsage of prior to and after his I'I i
white carnations. overseas Estimates on the amounts spent in town. i ir ir
service He was released from active United States
recreation in the
Robert Bartlett served as best duty as a major, and re-enlist-. in on recert years vary from $2 bil-
DAY man for his brother. i ed as a master sergeant. .. _
billion s
lion tO $20 _
I After a short wedding trip : The wedding will take place Sat
East Coast, the couple will make ;urday. June 21, at the First Bap- I 'I II v
their home at 1 E. Kaley Ave. tist Church in Winter Park witha I I EXPERT
Mrs. Bartlett graduated from reception following at the Winter WATCH REPAIRING
Orlando Senior High School in I Park Golf and "'ti It MMf fe m-"Bk
Country Club.OAAB'Clubs
1944, and was employed by the law Specializing in Swiss and American :
firm of Fishback Smith and Williams i Watches. 8 Days Service. .eieMl se ,Ij.yunltraBr !i

as secretary and bookkeeperfor ; I ORLANDO JEWELRY % fairui.r.a. eatl ......
two years. For the past eight ;
j months she has been with Pebble, : 256 S. Orange Corner Jacksonnorrat h 44411., tfts. Ala. r

Wens. .Fly and Horan as :stenographer Plan Events I

t Mr. Bartlett attended Orlando! The schedule of activities of the $1 1 AUTt 1 MSf
schools and the University of Orlando Army Air Base Woman's
California. He has spent 2 1-2 I Club and the Officers'Club, OAAB, .. *.... :- ..'# .,}' ni.gea w 41ts Az .._
: For I years in foreign service for the have been announced as follows: pr a2 g; $
U. S. Government in both the Atlantic ,I
Wednesday-Games at 8 pm. in TOYLAND ? s;
: JUNE FIFTEENTH and Pacific areas. He is at the main lounge Officers' Club .y .
present studying public account- i for members and guests.
4 Thursday Woman's Club
***t t liHfoldtf I Bridge Club meets at 1.30: pm. i

t+4 t.-ctl; s.tt ing.Methodist in the main lounge Officer's Club. Weltme Tea *. / I
I Saturday Regular Saturday rR, J
.f..*H. C.M< \ night dance on the Esplanade for FLORENCEBEAUTY: I a 4

r 1.**H. Uf MtrtKty % / Circle NoticesThe Officer's Club members and their SHOPSteam 11
i guests. Don McEmber's orchestra .
H-'ft"' WITH as low as $$
will play for dancing from 9 .
D.m.to $hapiny..trlms, re-concltieni"9 fret! I II
Key Ck. .l ( Women's Society of Chris win 1- am. 24 8. ORANGE ATE. PH. sir I-
tian Service Circle meetings i lKLBP
W.tda Ch..1; be held this week as follows: ; I I
Circle 1-Mrs. A. D. Bentley. I DR. P. D. NAPIER ;" ':
Ceh atTN' H.We"
leader. meets Monday, 3 p.m. As- : SEE "ECHOLS" ,
F \ ,tt.tls It.the.] bury Hall; No. 2 Mrs. Clyde j NERVE SPECIALIST I I': FOR BETTER BEDDING : i' k 3.
Blomeley. leader, will not meet; '
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Made to order ,
3Mrs. leader your
I No. W. N. Garmany. : ;
Matt I...rt meets Monday 3 pm. with Complete X-ray laboratory Inner Spring Mattresses : I'
Mrs. Donald Walker. 425 Conway Ml CatHum St. P..... 24S7 : Box Springs
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Rd.: No.4-Mrs. C.I,.Gisler leader nu ,
meets Tuesday. 7:30 pjn. with : Hollywood Beds
Mrs. Allen Cahoon. 525 S. Lake 0 Mattress Renovating Anywhere la :
r St.: No. 5-Mrs. D.J.Mason,leader I' Central Florida :
will not meet; No.6-AIrs. t / BETTER TONIGHT; A'"
: George Persons leader meets I Ii : .,...
i Monday 3 pm., with Mrs. Lester :
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I Reynolds. 111 S. Bumby Ave. DIAPER SERVICE OB Saaford HWy Jut South ri :
Circle 7-Mrs. C. S. Radebaugh, the Cadcrpass .
I T r RiMrvatiMM w ImmdUte o.a.rtr Phone Winter Park S5S-W :
leader .meets Monday 10:30: ajn.. HONE 2.3357 P. O. Box rn. Orlaado. Cla. ,
Pattillo, 733 Euclid .
with Mrs. A. G. f" " " "
.I Ave.; No. 8-Mrs. C. W. S.Stowe. -
leader, will not meet; No.

meets 9-Miss Thursday Helen ,Walthall.3 p.m., with leader Mrs.F. i f fr'
B Godfrey. 700 "Delaney: No. 'I Announcing Our Formal Opening
10-Mrs.J. R.Wells, leader, meets
MondaY 10:30: am, with Mrs. W.
H. Sachs. 610 Wilkinson Ave.: No.
11-Mrs. C. A. West leader meets rJ
Monday, 10:30: am. with Mrs.
Charles Whitf icld, Amherst Apts.,
.sv Summer House,. luncheon.
the Brontosaurus 4
WATCHES Although was _
the largest of the dinosaurs often !
weighing as much as 40 tons he 5 .
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Elgin had no fighting equipment and
WalthomLonginet was believed to be a timid tnimiLprovides t:
:? 1 You are cordially invited to f r'"' i .

Wittnauer (s come in and see our new store .X '

Bulova c where you will find one of f

Resie !I the largest displays of chinaware ;,,, irJ. .

Parker a i glassware, gift' ware, r J

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: selection of stemware.
tbt ant yea wttl ***t to plj.Cemt large '3 1
I -t n MJ betr a to 'y r J. wedding or graduation.we believe you will find seme&tac 4ppfiuMiiour .v 1s 1

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Wnrton' Benson Pog@ 22 {t II t gmtfog: 'rtttitttl.'tZf: Orlando Florida, June 8, 1947. Baptist Circles ; ://-----

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Birthday Meetings SetI
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..... ../ ,. I I Women's Missionary :/
;: IJlIrFriJn Circles of the
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...... ... MA ofTbwwtajr Mr ....... :44' 'I list Church will meet Monday a* j I
Mg NA It d ...... teie.attd follows: ; :/ .. Cltex Ensemble Vet H.* B.*A fKlpftce ..
10Me1a. : }; ., .C1rcle 1Mrs. EL. Newell. ,, j rt ...- -..
afMH : ; /.. ,. y leader with Mrs. Warren Bell ) j jI / outfit Is iwa
.*>rd a ; .. '>-; ',..S I I Fairrlll: covered dish luncheon :/ cannot be with A ..tti.. p.. -
\Ili. r/va4s at bt. '. i)' ; ,a x will be served. Members will leave .. f
0** en Lake ';; 1 I the church at 10:45: am: Circle 2 going to bathe er puM i 1t I :
T1 : -Mrs. Julius Neumann leader *! :

ehaa taWled byh :'f.: < : with Woodward Mrs. Ave G. A."3 pjn.Pacetti; No.1510 3- ;, ./ Play Clothe by Fresh. sad ..... eL... I

+tN aad NttaMMhespha& a : a Mrs. S. W. Cooksley leader, with // designed, that a pIQ art .- Si --
Patsy f I Mrs. Annie Parker, 720 Delaney i dress by wearing .a ...-a .... --
a11b.er F1.raaateil SU 3 p-m-l No. 4-Mrs. Walter .. :
I ; ,' Martin, leader, with Mrs. Henry accessories and yw,. I- -- f
Lr. Van : Weeden. 1607 E. Washington St.. / tire costume. So 14a- .. ... I .
w kaFd, I 2 p.m.; No. 5-Mrs. M. C., Weimer i when aiiltcaM spare M M a 1e11r... I.
ae>r Naeid ba 3 .... leader in the Delaney Classroomat / r
1. 'f' 3 pjn.
.: (I Circle 6-Mrs. R. M. Martin.
fir shwa. b..e/t t.wuhdeAt116 YYvjy ., leader in the Euzelian Classroom. vth
....... -- 36y 3 p-m.; No. 7-Mrs. R. N. Nipper / byLoolse I :
..... ........J, ,. ....... ....' r r .1 I leader in the Euzelian Classroom i t
.. .,.. ... :irt' ,10:30: ajn.: No. 8-Mrs. W. L. / .
Stimpson. leader. In the Alathean SPfCllllTY :
Classroom, 3 p.m.; No. 11-Mrs. /
.4. Robert Hodges, leader with Miss I
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..__...,__'Un' nn''''''''_ ..H. '., w"'nn...,__...'..___......v._....___ plans Winter Park wedding. i SUNDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 15th j"j"I

her announced.
engagement Air. Batchelor 1 Will
) Marry

I 1"----, ..t. -.. Miss Jessie r* Alice McCollnm* Miss Burke of Atlanta, Gq.1 .- I 1 SANLANDO SPRINGSw7 j jI

1 Announcement is being made by t Batchelor and the late Mr.Batchelor -
Bride-Elect James Gale Mrs. Bernard Wilkins of the I -
REST by TEST! of approaching of Winter Park.
: of her
marriage daughter. -
e i .. 4reMss. ....e Mrs. j. T. Mccouum! 01 Bush- :South Pacific Theater. He is now Miss Margaret Douglas Burke Recently returned from service : / present LI: <<
=..:.rs.. m. ...a'i. MUla announcing the engagement a project engineer for the State of Atlanta to Richard Emmett with the U. S. Army Signal Corps
.. ... of her daughter, Jessie Alice, to Road Department, and is residing Batchelor. son of.Mrs. Sue Batchelor I in Japan. Mr. Batchelor will be
i .""it 5s ---.. James McNichol Gale, son of Mrs. in The Sanford.wedding will take place Batchelor of Orlando of Winter and Park.Richard connected the new radio with station the operation WTRR, of in : MR. NEWTON A. PERRY, WORLD CHAMPION .W.,, :

Kr** 9***+ ** = James Gale br de} -of led Palatka.The is now. a member Saturday. June 28, at the Bushnell The wedding will be an event Sanford. He graduated from the WATER SWIMMER, IN AN AMAZING GUEST EXHIM'ItIt
MMh .i sf.i4 Methodist Church with the Rev. of Saturday June 14. at the All- .'RCA Radio School, New York, and I I
... of the faculty of tt\e Princeton -
1s. rl
w -- John Pendleton Gaines, ministerof
Saints Episcopal Church of Win- attended the University of Florida. .
School Orlando. She attended
II the church officiating.Miss ter Park. with the Rev. James The bride-elect's honor attend- S
FtorMa State College for women MR. PERRY'S RECORD IS 1SS FEET DEPTH AND lit S
I t C ILEAU Nell McCollum will be her Duncan of Winter Park, formerlyof ant will be Miss Barbara Montagueof i
and University of Florida, graduating sister's only attendant. William Atlanta, and the TANCE. WITHOUT MECHANICAL AIDS. HE WILL AL06 flU
Atlanta officiating.Miss bridegroom-j
!**... from the latter ,
HeutttgS.eh. Gale of Palatka Mill act as best Burke is the daughter of elect's brother James .DeHaven INVENTION FOR "HOSE-BREATHING" WHICH HAS I
Mr Gale received his engineer- man for his brother. Ushers will I WATER MOVIES POSSIBLE. <
lag degree from the University of the former Miss Margaret Douglas; Batchelor, will act as best man. I ;
-. w +.+,. s nag Ftonda. During the war he served include the bride-elect's brother Morgan of Atlanta and Lt. Col. Edwin f
Ira -IN ADDITION the Class of Orlin4.
McCollum and the bridegroomelect.s 's :
f".e. t. erhasw Pn. M a major in the engineering -I'' U. Burke USA, who is now Graduating .
: Galeof Miss
: brother Bard
.. .. branch of the U. S. Army and Palatka. Miss McCollum's other serving granddaughter in Germany.of the She late is Mrs the! Broomef : TROPICAL CHARM SCHOOL will give a h.l-Uwr : :
sprat two years overseas in the I
I I -- ..1 I Washington brother. Malcolm, D. C.McCollum will give her of S.Isabel Morgan.Block Atlanta Morgan and and of Brooks Mr. 4M;'. Caldtvell/ : program of dancing and ballet, climaxed by pret.< ....... : t :

in Following marriage. the I'and Mrs. Francis Burke, of Buf- : of diplomas by their dancing master, PROF. I..... :
ceremony a reception 0
THE WALK-OVER SHOP I Collum's will home be in held Palatka.at Mrs. Mc ,I'!falo.She N.attended Y. Washington Semi- : Will Wed i, ,: [TWENTY LOVELY YOUNG LADIES PARTICIPATIW. :. :.\.'

in Atlanta, where, she
nary was a
INGRAM i member of the Pi Beta PI social of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar D. Broome : i COME TO SANLANDO SUNDAY JUNE 15t* :
I & INGRAM ,I fraternity the Napsonian School Conway and are announcing the engagement .
Suggests approaching marriage -
I OPTOMETRISTS and Barmore Junior College In !
of their
daughter. Arleene FOR THE BEST DAY'S OUTING OF
I New York. I Emily, to James Lemay Caldwell
II I Soccmors to MEAD'S Mr. Batchelor is the son of the son of Mr. and Mrs. James C. : SHOW STARTS 3 O'CLOCK :
Gifts former Miss Sue Womble. daughter Caldwell of .
for Father tights Sundays Holidays S38( of the late Mr. and Mrs. James ,, wedding Duluth.will Minn.The take place ....._... ........._.. ._.._._......__......._....................'
lOt N. Orange An. Phone SM4 .Womble of Apopka. His paternal Saturday, June 21. in Orlando. E -
!grandparents are Mrs. De Haven i. Plans will be announced later.
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i t*asa rawhtt MfiOIIIpoei.* spirits. Soft-glove leathers. Free-strkfmg heels. And :
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Were SJ.40 to $7JO 4 ;z city conveniences s with modern Green's Fuel Gas Service 'how
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t .,'hnu? sippers _in Tan or Black. Genuine Mo- 1 FASTER COOKING e SILENT SERYEL ',

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"' Ml p ti flit ST VINCENT'S GUILD OF ACOLYTES [in- Kelk, William A. Benton, Stavros Demopoulos-, Don Orr; 3d I THE GREETING SHOP u i142 I

.......t} ....tnote' odrv.ned Dean Melville E. Johnson Gene Edward Fowler
Sunday, May 25] at the annual I row: Cassidy, N. Orange Art. 3e. 111.... i
"'," ... e In Sf Luke Cathedral at the morning serv Cole, Gene Carpenter, John Demopoulos, Robert W. Holleman i

w -- .." wed. Felt row, left to right: Condlebearers: I t Jr., George S. Sley, B. Felton Sargent, director; last row: flag
I bearer William H. Parkinson Jr., Harry Pempey, Jack Teagarden f
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; gruder Kenneth M. Wing Scott
1st. crucifer; Dabney Davis Jr., 2d crucifer; Conrad
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A Bennett
.. I I Stewart Jr., flag bearer; Richard G. Jones. "

I i Wirwlche-Korp Nuptials Held iA--ali T eel-Agers \ h : t ifl t'

r LNiFIwy at Park Lake Church 7Y : Club Elects J Jc'ctcf S.p;.

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7A N A frral Wvn.h bridegroom, wore an afternoon I Id.UoI ; > :1 'i IIIV"r" 'JI;; :: : ;;;>>.0I'j1 ii >:; ;

elfrwal .Iii lMi1o11t of aqua sheer with black i' New OfficersThe MISS MARIBEL, RICHARDSON t *

t tt ,! ri plans wedding next Fall. ..
** M in < tack- accessories and carnation corsage. 1i yARDLEYSHAMPOO
sM.I r a lee trttlMt Miss assisted the Yowell-Drew-Ivey sponsored -/I: :S
Korp was by
tf+. lIMd srtt/tM II Calling All Girls Club met :
atsfx s leel Mm UftftEft Mrat Richard C. C. Stebbms. Joseph Gill. WITH JEAN YOTHERS Thursday afternoon at the Chamber ,' Miss Richardson9s BetrothalTo
Seidel. M. W. Johnson,
of Commerce and
Bldg. elected
Alht Mr d.tlNtlrt- Mr.Mr O. W. KMT. I !CU Editor i

1N I.solrt.Mai The couple left on a wedding Inspirational meeting of theWoman's I officers Margaret for Powers the coming was reelectedto year. Mr. Groves Made Known

r, trip on the East Coast and later I Auxiliary of the First serve as president and Helen 1
d Mil M.1fM Lr ..ffi go to Washington and New I i Presbyterian Church will be held'in '' Lane and Betty Steele were elect- Of interest here is the an- of this city. The wedding will be
oar.etlftllai York, and will be at home in Lorain I the Bible School Auditorium tomorrow ed to the offices of vice presidentand
made of
nouncement by event
being today I an September. }
Ohio. for the Rummer. For afternoon at 3 p.m. secretary respectively.Plans i
atltlt f( l trarelinz the bride wore a white ,,The topic of the program is "I I i were discussed for philanthropic Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Richard-j j Miss Richardson's mother is the
era jibs. MItt with navy blue accessories'':Am My Brother's Keeper" with projects which the mem- ': son of Richland Ga., of the engagement i former Ruth Falls, daughter of the
1311 >rML L H..e and orchid corsage. I Mrs. M. R. Smith secretary of bers voted to participate in dur-i of their daughter Mari- late Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Falls of

Out. of ton guests included I''!Synodical and Presbyterial Home ing the coming year. bel, to Merrick Edwin Groves Jr.,,.Laurinburg and Cherryville. N. C.
I. e +e L aT.rrtree 101... Amy Daniels and Mr. and ','Missions in charge of arrange-i Mrs. James W. Knight assist-'son of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Groves Her paternal grandparents are
+,, 1M- --awe a aMMislgtiaT )In. U. L. Warnicke of Lorain, I'|ments She has secured as''' ant publicity director of Ivey's, M. G. Richardson and the late ,
: lw Mom OhIo: Mr. and Mrs Carl Albnt- speakers Mrs. Ralph Carr Mrs. '' was introduced as the new spon- Mrs. Georgia Harvey Richardson
itate rS ledtsewtlkiw. ten of L<<&burg; Mr. and Mrs. H. Hugh Powel and Mrs. D. S. Goes : sor of the club. Following the We the WomenWives' of Richland Ga.

R. Torrence of Gainesville: Mr. Mrs. Carr, violinist and '' meeting refreshments were served. I She graduated from Richland
and Mrs. B. D. Baggs of Mont- Mrs.I' High School and Mars Hill College
Drake pianist, will provide i ....
tell tart Course Mars Hill N. C.. and is now a student NATURAL HENNA C. .rlwsit
w tafit.ltIMeI and Mrs. Carl Williams !
tfrde.: Mr. cial '
music for the occasion 615 E. Kaley Ave. The regular !i
the of at
I in School Nursing
/ fittadNim of Bradenton and Miss Elizabeth for let yr
; Mrs. J. O. Linton will '
give the devotions meeting of the Day Nursery will'
in At
tip tssl eta jewett of Ocala. The Emory University Hospital ANY COLO. t1AIR IIUMIfltft twat
fret. ofoarrtN Nursery will be i be held Wednesday at 10 ajn. at Would Aid lanta.
open for the benefit of mothers the Nursery Home. i Mr. Groves' mother is the for- '
pn/iar N .tile St. Luke's'Schedule who desire to attend the meetings |I 000 mer Gladys Catherine Sikes 25 EACH 1'0 CAIfft+l .* IMIfvtaouy

f ,f st ribti11r11ni and bring their children. :i j Townsend Club No. 2 win meet I Married'Life daughter 1 of E. D. Sikes and the
i 000 ;Tuesday at the Colonialtown Club late Mrs. Sikes of MUlberry Fla. u.rtos nooern Tar oaawaat so. a.nte see essays wt

I. Nut. llisfttttft SetThe There will be a dinner meeting : house at 7:30: pm. There will By _RUTH MIUETT I His paternal grandparents are the r.weiIaar.ra
tMt elf sirl.te.lt ofM of the Business and Professional be community singing! and games. ,, Just as in most colleges ana late Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Groves of '
aaa d pBk The ) schedule of aqiivi- I Women's Club at the Chamber of i r) r <> I universities today large numbersof St. Augustine.He .
oar w bra IaodtlMit UM at the Cathedral Church ol st.I I Commerce Bids;: tomorrow at 6:30( I Cherokee Council Xo. 1%. Degree': the students at the New Bruns- ; is a graduate of Lakeview >STROUD'S REXALL STORM
I p.m. which will be in wick Theological Seminary are High School Winter Garden and
erll4ieie Luke I U as follows: charge of of Pocahontas, will hold its regular -! (
Monday St. Cecelia's the public affairs committee married. With that in mind the Emory Junior College. Valdosta,i
rsiifltnC pjn. meeting Tuesday at 8 in
./ s1tItM1 1a.rnIii > Guild with Mrs. James B. Hall, i Mrs. Eleanor Peery, committee the Fraternal Bldg. Nomina-pjn. newly-elected president of the I, Ga. Saturday he received his I| 200 Orange Ave. _264 S. Oronj At f. Hit ....
wttd }1131 Country Club Drive; 7 pm. 'chairman announces that the pro- tion and election of officers will seminary has announced that he' Bachelor of Arts Degree from''
a tew sl .f it&. Choir boys' rehearsal; 7:30: pm. 'gram will be humorous as well as be held. hopes to introduce a program for Emory University where he was a ,| 1
W .a. .,w rhr.gesnerfaR' Boy Scouts Troop 33.Tuesday3 'instructive and will closely fol- o o o training the students' wives for I member of the Alpha Tau Omega :
Junior Choir I their duties as helpers in their fraternity. During the he'
low war
pm. the suggestions of the State
d Mal lase.e Woman'slissionalT:: Society of i
rrhtarsal. program chairman All : husbands' calling. served with the Armed Forces for
a w M Is. the North Park Baptist Church
itniwaatds.fair Wednesday St. Barnabas 10 : are requested to male reser- will hold its circle meetings on'' That sounds like an idea for ,, three years in the European <
The Holy Communion. I 'I universities. Many of the young Theater. FORDADJf
a.m. vations by calling Mrs. Hedelia follows
a Mw .rasatthr Tuesday at 3 pm. as : I
tMS .( the artid Thursday::40 ajn. Interactions Burton at the Chamber of Commerce Circle No 1-with Mrs. C. S. Conj j i| men training for professions todayare
10 a.m. The Holy CommunIon married.
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illla .ate i i1M : 7:30 pm. Full Cathedral. |[nero 1412 E. Jefferson St.; No: 2, I So why not offer these young .j
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Choir rehearsaL I [at the annex: No.3 with Mrs.; J. wives a course planned to help Good News i
mfata oIfttelrl Saturday to 7:30 pjn. One of Orlando Chapter 131, Order of I![H. Avent, 802 Virginia Dr. them become assets.
s.leMald the clergy will be in the Chapel Eastern Star will meet tomorrowat j The Young Woman's Auxiliary! First of all, they could be given I
[1111Iriirttnrnl'a for spiritual counsel and absolu- 8 pm. at the Masonic Temple j I will meet Tuesday at 8 pm. with some idea of what to expect their For Folks Who fa IW ni11ti
f !' UoG. At this time the chapter will I(Miss Nanette Zittrouer 719 Har- lives to be like what opportunitiesare
Nhr1MA. tad honor Mrs.Minnie wood
I Regener, Grand
.M M Wrtam j Instructor of District 13, and Mrs. O can I i open to their husbands, how ."".11111 _
ScheduleToday ,
A Unity Git'es long a struggle they will probably "
= -: el thf Init.1s i Bertha Ault and Mrs. Nellie i American Legion Auxiliary Unit : have getting started, the advantages Suffer From I! .I lift .
rrit ire wed; at the 11 ajn. devotional I Thorpe Grand Representative '' 19 and the Junior Girls will hold ;, and disadvantages of their .. rI 4wNflU91
.Iri Mr *orp e1Mee.IoM service the Rev. Carolyn H. Parsons 1!,There will be a flag day program. a meeting at 8 pm. Wednesday i jobs. L/ .
wsaprn at Iket minister of the Unity All Stars are welcome. ,,at the Legion Home Mrs. I[ REPLACE TRIAL AND ERROR STOMACH GAS 1Me.- ...

t faMrr .Ia..ti.faa tt+ere Church. 503 S. Orange"Ave" ., will I ooo ;i Mildred Mead Smith, president of I, These are all things the wife of f V SODa FOOD TASTEINDIGESTION oil 0.
cif gas-.yior.d 1Wi.lt .ad speak on the topic. Peter Heals : Annual election of officers for the unit, urges all members to be i a professional man has to learn t
1* Ufir. %.e sat the Lame Man. Prior to this serv- !the Chapter of the City Beautiful present. sometime. But she usually has to I V ACID
.,c41 iMIM treislag ice the Sunday School will meet I of Secretaries International will 000 j
learn them through trial and Do you feel bloated and miserable after
f :rot ,Mil Niwe tosaietMt Vlnson Williams, Dewey Anderson, take place at the regular business'I I Regular meeting of the Pythian I error often through mistakes that every meal, taste tour bitter food If 0 Jarman Show -
w11w11.Nk There will be a class on Monday meeting of the chapter which will ,Sisters will be held Wednesday at are costly to her husband. so. here is how you may get blessed re ,
at 10 ajn. and Monday at Urf from this nervous distress.
be held tomorrow at .8 pjn. in 8 pm. The group will observe i,| In the past professors and college i I> EveryUme food enters the stomach ft
rrfr II eM bftdP. at S:4I: mjn. Suite B of the Professional Bldg. ',!Flag Day. I presidents frequently handed vital gastric Juice must flow normally to I 0 Evans Slipptn
The Tuesday class will meet at
:... ilMa fII Following election, delegates' 000j break-up certain food particles; else the
fit 10 and the Wednesday class, !I. I\out advice as to the kind of womana food
.. .. MMfr ae11/ andr at I am.PJn. Each class will be preceded I|will be elected to attend the International j Regular monthly meeting of the man should marry if he wanted may and ferment gas frequently Sour food cause acid a more Indigestion < tr
... .i N1A.ttrae by a 30-minute prayer servIce ,!I Convention of Secretaries Chi Omega Alumnae Club will be her to be a help in his career. bid. touchy. fretfuX peevish, nervous Ross Hosiery
.. .n'M... llhlt of hed I before the announced meeting ,I International to be held in Memphis held Wednesday evening:, at the.I, For many of their students today restless condition loss of appetite underweight, !!i I
sleep weakness.
-- Term., July 18-20. home of Mrs. Arthur Yergey at
I hour. I it is too late to offer advice. To get real relief you must Increase I 0 Textan Belts
I There will also be two daily'I 000Puritan 805 Edgewater Dr. All Chi They have already chosen their the flow of this vital gastric Juice.Uedi- .
Iff Asthma prayer services one at 12 noon Sisterhood No. 320 Omegas in the vicinity are invited j. wives. But there's no reason why I cal authorities, in Independent

and the ether at 3 pjn, with the Dames of Malta, will hold its regular to attend. O. II j'I something can't be done to help \! tory positive testa proof on human shown stomachs that ESS, laborr.-I o Textan Bill fIIi)
t exception of Saturday afternoonand I meeting tomorrow at 8 pjn. in ,i o o fit the wives to the qualifications. i! amazingly effective In
During; S MMQrt Sunday. The public Is Invitedto :their hall, 116 1-2 S. Orange Ave. !! Muriel Circle of the Needlework I, flow to when It is too little or I "
a non-organic stomach disturbance. >, 0
all services and classes. i OOO i I Guild will meet Thursday for an j Greece's mainline railway runs This ia due to the 6SS Tonic formula I Shoe Trees
,.. 4' M .o..a ./ *sI 4 a.fa.r I Regular meeting of the Conway all-day meeting with Mrs. Pearl jMaroski j i through mythology's "Vale of. which contains special and potent activating I
....e a ,..was. .w. Tires are usually less than half I 1 Chamber of Commerce will be held 1203 N. Orange Ave. Tempe" between Mounts Olympusand Ingredients. I II
W J tiMM WM. wr.vhtM.w e. the rubber used in an automobile. 'tomorrow at the Community Bldg.in i I A covered dish luncheon will be I Ossa. !I organic Also. SSS weak Tonic watery helps blood build-up In nuidtlonal non-- I

f -- Conway .A covered dish sup- served at noon. i 1 anemia-ao with a good Cow of I
wa per will be served at 6:30 p.m.I I I 000 IThursdaY this gastric digestive Juice,plus rich red
7 1-- .. WANTED 000St. Alathean Class of the First at the home of Mr. and blood you should eat better,sleep better
S4 I taI A.M. !Mrs. D. R. Kemper on Lake Con- feel better, work better play better. "
SPECIALTY Cecelia's Guild of the Wo- Baptist Church will hold a party way Cars may meet at the Avoid punishing yourself with overdoses .-,
Ile M Ms HAVE CAR "man's Auxiliary of St. Luke's will ,Thursday at 8 pm. at the homeof clubhouse of soda and other mlkalizers to I
t CALL IN PERSON AT 953 meet with Mrs. James B. Hall, Mrs. Henry Weeden, 1607 E. at 6 pjn and proceed counteract gas and bloating when what .
,from there ... Those wishing to you so dearly Is SSS Tonic to help i
ORANGE AVE. WltfTER PARK ,1137 Country Club Dr., tomorrow Washington! St. come earlier in the afternoon you 1& need body strength and !! !O 1
I are Dofoodaltl
J .. From t to 1:30: AM&4 JO to 530 PM at 3 p.m. 000 repair. Join the host of i
.spq a *'..4 .. .*.-* ....>* s".. FWWa ...Iia nc* & Supply C... 000' 'I Business meeting of the Women's -welcome to do so A brief business happy people SSS Tonic has
J IfiMiUiHKi c.. session will be held after Millions of bottles sold. Get a
m-IF H OrGft9t f
r ....... ......... r ,. .1 American Legion Auxiliary Unit Auxiliary of the Park Lake ,per A social hour will bring SSS Tonic from your drug store helped.j r.
-- -- 19 Executive Board will hold its Presbyterian Church will be held 6S3 Tonic helps Bund Sturdy -
-- the meeting to a close.
monthly dinner meeting Tuesdayat i
i Inspirational
iI VACATION SPECIAL 6:30: pm. at the Lake Eola Ho- i i -
I Brakes made sale tel ... Mrs. Mildred Mead Smith. 'B. Struble the title of wnich is
... low .00 -
tie al
.. w a.. Wheels balanced 11.50 up Wheels president of the unit, requests that ,"My Brother's Keeper, There
t a .e. .e t1:1 a lUG--Spray! Wax polish Job |li.OO. all board members be present. ;i will be a social hour followingthe .
J r.- farm! stloax 000 program.
x STIVERSPONTIACWe Executive Board of the Orlando 000 I
I Day Nursery Assn. will meet TUes- I Members of the Grand Ave. Wo
M W (....a.1 can Ur amd deliver Phone Z.zJl.'liS day at 10:30 a.m. at the home of man's Club and their families will

Mrs. R. N. Inman. vice-president. :, enjoy a covered dish supper on .







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.... 24,_ '" mr; .mthaR !'tttttntI-&tar! Orlando, Florida, June .8, 1947't I Bible School i is At niece the of Mrs.First O Baptist D. Stephen Church I and farewell her mother to Will, Mrs.Farrli H. H.Frickett Prick-3!!i,Arab KteteelN' Mrs xeae., MS..rc tMTay

u Sunday all services will be heldat ett, sponsored by the Young the':Ion aitorris >... .. ...
Miss Schwartz Mr and Mr*. B. R. Schwartz of:"a gray dress, pink hat and gloves I' Fortncr, Juanlta Skipper, Mary the regular hours. Revival services -i Peoples Training Union of 11'eCa1Bu < .. __
JounDora., and Herbert Paul,' with white accessories and aicor- Frances Sewell. Bobye Walker, Underway At I which began last week will I First Baptist Church.presented witha e1r sal e. L.
I sage of pink roses.WSCS Amelia Updegrave Kathryn Mask t continue at 8 pm. each day Miss Prickett wa -
Becomes Bride on ol )lr. and Mrs. Lee Paul ofTarmrt Minnie Alice Ogletree Jean Floyd through June 15. The Rev. Sutley' gift in appreciation of her lead TIM >...... ...... try lit
*. The ceremony took place' Alice Owens Rosemary Mount'Dora ** Breaches at each service and the I'ership. flax .i 1tK a ....... .". ..
Friday liar 30. in Moniac. Ga. Shirley Grant Gwendolyn directed by the Rev.',' Attending were the ReT
'f,...... Groups DudleY'1 music Is La b.tilate M acre
b- AmluLM Is Mr and Mrs. Edward Paul attended 'I "I' Betty Joyce and Barbara Iy MAY WIIEYISoc'al i Carlos Purgailis, Latvian-Brazilian'!Mrs. J. H. autley Mr. and Mr,1- ..,
DM 1Mmat. Of the couple. Joan Crabtree. Martha Sentinel.Star violinist. ""
l to The Sunday Gospel singer, soloist and ;
... ft** M.i .rr .*ucMr ol The bride chose for her wedding Slate Meets i ard. Peggy Burnett and Marion: MOUNT DORA-Vacation Bible, I Bayard Roberts Jr.. son of Mr.I II
--- I. Smith.
i. I [Special, to The Sunday Sentinel-Stor1 I' Miss Jean Grafton returned ,School, sponsored by the Baptistand I and Mrs. Bayard Roberts. graduated -I I
I OCOEE Woman's Society of from Orange Memorial Hospital Methodist Churches began this Macon month from Ga. and is, Closed for the SummerWe
Friday and is much improved. Monday, and has had an increased I University I II
Service will meet Tues- togo I
Christian visiting h\s\ parents. He expects i
enrollment each day. School hours
with Mrs. Jean :, to Daytona Beach for the
day at 3:30 pjn. are from 9 to 11:30: ajn. each day I I
Sargent at her home on Starke Summer. I i
I I CarnineSharpeNuptials except Saturday and will con- !
Lake. Mrs. C. B. Terry will lead Alfred Rehbaum Jr. spent
June 13. A special NttM
tinue through au" "f
thank itit
want to our
the devotionals. and Mrs. John Thursday In Jacksonville on a
t Minor will be in charge of the Held invitation is extended all children I business trip. {! patronage this past yec. Wt MV !..**.
from 4 to 16 to attend.
program. Miss Delphia Norman is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Golley, of Auburn.; = for a vacation and bftrtag !.% ...*
Ladies Aid Society, Christian 3'' [ISpecal to The Sunday Sentll'lel-S'or) friends in South Carolina. I N. Y.. have, purchased the Chapman -',I back outstanding chWNH'f: Ml aklM
Church will meet Monday at TAVARES-Mrs. Hall 'home in Belmont Height.sand ,
Dorothy ,
children -
Mrs. Carl S. Graves '
at the club house. Mrs. R. for Central Florida.
pjn will reside here. Mr. and Mrs.; C
Sharpe, daughter of Mr a.nd Mrs. : and Miss Helen Mortimer of,
; G. Eckle-i and Mrs. T. C. Haw- are moving to Tampa,
I thorne will be hostesses, and Mrs. E. C. Hall of Tavares and Elmo the Villa Dora Hotel left Friday Chapmen a';' I .
have purchased !!
where they 11
Have nice VHI Ie
for Alabama and from there they a
I j Ruby Crabtree will lead devo- B. Carnine, son of D. W. Carnine :
tionals. of Sullivan Ill, were united in !will go to New Jersey, Leominster,
I C. B. Schaal has been transferred marriage Saturday. May 31 in Mass.. and to Pine Orchard. Conn.E Church Group
the to DeLeon Springs. Mrs. 'Folkston. Ga. Mrs. T.A. Johnson,I I where they will join Mr. Graves i
i H. P. Stephen has been assigned sister of the bride and John Hall,.:who operates the Sheldon House. The/ Judy-Jim Shop
lIintnr : to the Atlantic Coast Line Ocoee brother of the bride attended the I Miss Emadene Kelly, R N. who Fetes Leader
1ieltplRJlMUSETTE i I agency. couple.Mr. I has been employed in the office 382 N. Orange Ave. T.L ..
E I Leslie Edwards: Is: leaving today and Mrs Carnine will make of Dr. H T. Fenn, has accepteda [pe--jl tone Sjndcv SenhneT-Star!
to spend the Summer Seattle. their home in Illinois where he is position in Dr. Holland's clinic, MOUNT DORA-A dinner at i' -
Miss Lillian Maguire memberof a building contractor. and has moved to Leesburg. She Rock Springs was given in'
I P. K. Young's School faculty J
Gainesville returned Friday for i
the Summer.
Miss LaDora Dewar. Ocoee I,
I School faculty member, left Sat- '
,urday for Everglade City for the

,I Summer.Mr.and Mrs.R.E.Starling haveas ,I COMPARETHESE VALUES !
$560INCLUDING guests Mr. and Mrs. Lowell
Gordon and family of Miami. I
Mrs. Susan Shay of Ft. Myers I I
visited Mr. and Mrs. O. H.Pounds
and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Pounds. :
Mr. and Mrs. E.Pounds have I I FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
arrived from University of Flor- '
BENCH ida for several days' stay at their 1
home with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. .
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Mrs. Edna Ingold will present
her pupils In recital Monday at 8 I I IOi
cJN4J' aiL I pm. at the Woman's Club House. I 'rT WESTINGHOUSE ,. L.
Friends of the pupils and all perSons -
,, ) TlLo J.lOtO i I interested in music are cordially ...
invited to attend. l
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To Opcn AtKissimmoc ,, r't'J.;..'.)w.f J1f. .t'i"; "*,,._' 'I S ""t J';"' 'f Don't FWK
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.,:. DeLand on July i\
will assist in operation of j

.. Seer, .: Camp Wewa from July 13 to 1, Ride the Bus

'I MMI1Mt ....... trrrfst -;. k City by Leonard M. Asquith, ( ,

.. a t.* **MftM. a.i ... \ '

i _. .*K* !. Mt tier ISoerwl to The Sunday ] Butler N. Dixie Highway, who 1 .

T?, "'" IF' J ........ .. 1 DFLAND Neill I j j
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.. Friday night was Jack Cargill, Philip Williamson: I 4Ilrl

i i jfiSL:.. -i-: *ow..i 1tp.sesn**** .*lldlki ta tilt. I I II q I Sidney City Commissioners Taylor, who ]Jack Charles Crandall.Wells,Jon Paul Slice McKelvey.Ernest j

W 9 II month as City ,
cat: a ago Wise Jr.. Eugene Whitwortb,
1 C. WfftMi fcy tw I I Appointment was Tommy Perry Jr.. Charles Baetz- :
IP itstl atou itmt vn tMcfiy I a three-to-two
man Jon. and Billy Johnson. Bob'' :
<- *a J u seta.I two opposing City
I Mayo. John E. Robinson Jr.. Kent
.I AHMHM MAP l' .*. MMI muon! Commission split on and Rodney Starcher Jimmy
a W..,1 s,1Ix.'r Mayor Fugle White Bruner. Irvin Wells George Brad
\, tMWipaa .f. hr 11, \ r. i
shaw Jr. Roderic Wiley, Louts
ker, members of
Iy entttint I
party lined up Grice. Jack Purcell. Leonard and
while I Charles Barker Thomas I
the selection
-.. ept tk. eland.
Richard ,II'j
III" "' ...... ,.....nt M elected: ers Thomas Wright Greene emath-I '
; and Johnson of the weiler.
S ... I l.Norrr >Mtsld r ent party opposed : erts. Jerry Moeller Jack T. Kelley ; j
... own I and John Medlin, all of Orlando; .I
: !!--r: : :: tit .ty,* Both of the I| Billy Britt and Bobby Brown I, {
toreNt missioners however Winter Park; Carlton Crenshaw
,... .... ... seta a. ., : they were opposing Jr., Maitland. and Harold Myers.
i .. .. month salary given Melbourne. h1117 lIitlyr t I
I torney and not ,
I !

: Griffin j ji I,cerr\ing ally.\ When what they : ; ; !,' Take Advantage of Our II

!'!! '7. ;! torney's time was
i Frii rot tinguishing features of the plane include"bugeyes" "Butane"' SpecialA
iwm-et| bomber took place in Santa Monica, out that Taylor had
Col. for the pilot and co-pilot; air intake he could not devote I -

t .. .bm of by the Douglas Aircraft engineers and mem- for portside jet engine located above the to his private $60.00SAVING
Clubfm 1 ground crew, just before the plane I the city at the same I
took off for the Air and which folds backward : Offer Good to July Jf I
I Army Base at Muroc Dry wing, landing gear White contended I
j Lake, Cot, where it will be stationed. Dis- into wheel walls in aft section of fuselage. I i i government was the
ire. rre II ness in town and it ORLANDO i, ,
: rJ.eee.eeotlsre+ tee I to have a man who BUTANE GAS I
MriNra wit M het Holden and
-- Ifew tlUB .- that they thought $
i. ... Bus Set I
oM fe .htlr Sweeping Quiz per month was ample
lt..1 t* *aei 'eyelid NdE t i Jackson has Incorporate:
....vie t...f swell .. as City Attorney. He 1032 W. Robinson Ph. 2-1733' I

_"" ........ ..*rf fv....<.,.. If .DOYLE CLAY through the following day officials operating certificates should not J I(counselor School Board.for the !I 0Ift.1**
I ..... &i'<, r Airta. c. yfco-t Staff Writer representing the State Rail- be revoked or suspended. J .11 I
I I ... all. ___ N ris.' t A vital phase of one of the most road Commission disclosed: yester-: I Hamil the Central Florida investigator j i
M*' i .Pint MiL .w..N.tee investigations ever made day.In will be the primary witness ,: June 8, 1947!
t ...,- lit tt" DiaW.... ..*. pamnger bus transportation Orlando the Commission will 1; for the Commission here but : tr t
..... .... If,., io..i, tfrs- mPtorMa will get underway at center: its probe about the operations i i witnesses for the carriers also will !I HImm
1t: of the Orlando Transit Co. .,
n !-w...... PteUwr .s4I Ute AMrbilt Hotel here at 9:30 and the Florida i I be heard along with representa- I Girls J
I i. ractralea "..,.*.*,. June 12. and continue here and in the Greyhound Central Florida Lines I I tives of the general public. I shrubbery if it lies not already' bees
--- i in Florida, that it n t*
i ..::1. OH ........ counties of Orange. Lake Volusia. t The investigation will follow one Trip Necessary
"' =--- least Almost plod 1
rICHRYSLEI- Seminole Osceola,Okeechobee and to be held in Jacksonville June i: once a year. say
Brevard officials revealed. Orlando (Special! to The Sundoy ] \ ill opposite directions when the tip
110 and 11. Following the
PLYMOUTH I j at will by the mere process tl r ,
3 They announced that the sessions ; :sessions probes -also will be conducted | KISSIMMEE-The new shoots will develop more rapidly e w

i i FOR THAT 4TM OF JULY TRIP will be open to the general 1', at Miami on June 16 and Ross and Marjorie ,In, the case of Azaleas ad Camellias I
i public of those counties and any 17; Ta"inpa. June 19 and 20; Pana- {: Thursday morning the judicious cutting of a few

i HGVO Your Brakes and citizen, who bus has passenger a complaint or otherwise to- : ma City July 1 and 2. A final Washington and greatly improves rite appearance !rr
make i hearing on any new rules and reg- Ross plans to stop off I
or suggestion to offer will
1 Ftont t End Checkedi be heard. ulations will be held before the ton D. C., to visit I
'Commission at Tallahassee at a Marjorie will fly on cur pruning equipment and fertilizer .
i I DRIVE SAFELY!! The sessions: which will be con- date to be announced. Nelson Makinson con send an experienced man tt, do I I
j ducted by the State Railroad Commission I Riedel arrived home
9i i composed: of Wilbur C. !; ObituariesMRS. I I from Alabama ) I I i I
LAU MOTORS Inc. King W. B.Douglass and Jerry W. tute' at Auburn.
.l Carter will hear the testimony and I J. BERNARD ROOT Miss Elizabeth 1
l1lct titf>t PHONE 20746Btlll SANFORD = Mrs. J. Bernard
: findings not only of its own investigators morning for Boulder.
wife of the Rev. J. B. Root NURSERIES
who for several weeks have Root she will attend a two i' r
been conducting a quiet probe of pastor of the Congregational shop for physical
passenger bus operations, but also ,j 1 Church died Friday night at Johns structors at the Ave.
the evidence which will be sub- Hopkins Hospital Baltimore after I Colorado. Mrs. Sam 7847
.' 'l '9ae mitted by the bus companies their : an illness of several months. son Jimmy will ..
'M' The Rev. Root who was on vacation -
Is officials and employes.In 1{ as far as G LAWN SWEEPERS
-L was with her at the time !I -
addition to the Commission thy plan to visit RS INSECTICIDES -
11" I of her death. Mrs. Root was a
representatives of that body who i Mr. and Mrs. i
f I \1\ will come here for the investigation -j i resident here for more than 20 Mr and Mrs. Harold ; PLANTS i ll

.' ". Ji! : 1)lo/t H include Louis W. Petteway rears.Besides her church work she ,I this week for Illinois CRUN&OSUMMfft j
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counsel Pettijohn. accountant I
and Ed T. Hazml. of was a very active member of the J Mr. and Mrs. P. K. SHOPPER .
PLIZt' DAR. Woman's Club and the
'!! !LP i ? Orlando, field investigator! for the Garden Club. i this week for a. 1tapeneacV'e 111181'' HIT
Commission in the Central Florida through Georgia and
t'eKk ., in. area. I She is survived by the Rev. takJllti& .. wearo awM
MM (MM*. the hit aU year climate for Among the matters, which officials Root a daughter Mrs. James GJ &*u,4. Part soew
Job .Leoalt. Henderson of South Carolina wv.
IR..a" i Nw twtmn pool aDd ; a Miss
\ say are certain to gain the John of Sanford and three ... ..,, .
aH.1:. THE.. 27 SHERATON HOTELS include: ;sisters.Funeral services will be held In I Gives by Baldwin I

\... Schedule time of operation. Waltham Mass. at the Freedom
whether maintained; handling Wentworth Funeral Home at 2 (Special to The Sundoy ] II
of overflow passengers with respect pjn. Tuesday. Her son and daugh- KISSIMMEE-Miss
to standees; sanitary facilities ,)t ter left here Saturday for the .' Graves, vocalist was 1 Small; conpactp ez* I
at ail terminals and intermediate funeral. a song recital by qvuitely styled-*
h stations includingrest I : at I
Mrs. Jones' home delight to play a n-rc-
rooms waiting rooms and ;: FUNERAL SERVICES: Accompanied, by
latin to hear- condition of buses. I Funeral services for Mr. Gardner she chose I
44! Other matters which have been I I Alfred David Legg, Taft. who died group of songs iii the ACROSOlC.built : ;
Tuesday at Orlando will be held by Baldwin See
sifted by investigators: for several Unto' Him. Spirate I I I I
I taIt>. l7iyrd weeks include: at 2 pan. Monday from the Riedel I by Donaudy. Le JJ it aDd t.cLirmed byitslastiogbemtr.Heu
Service rendered by operating Funeral Home with the Rev. by Dalcroz and one I
.bap Pickard officiating. Interment will
.SS 'led h"H1y Pe companies personnel of terminalsand standing numbers I it and be thrilled by
Mesa srF fk + 'be in Rose Hill Cemetery.
". ,..s1 pd .a+ 6 rb trn"'s'bridle ah. stations including drivers of Lilies by Scott. i it* inuring loan Ira
e'i .
a e N buses: handling baggage: ad- Murray W
Nee. id+r fop Funeral services for Mr. Wil- .
b1N1Mre vance notice of schedules run- I has been studying Ve will gladly show
liam Dolphus! Brown. 58, employeof
ning late cancelled or annulled; year with Claude the ACROSOMC
the Lake Charm Fruit Co.. who
1 at* ,,,,/aa+rl dwt.t .safety of buses; safety of terminal ,died Wednesday at his home here. attending the : and teD you how tuj
t+ and station facilities as well as will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday in i ida. played two it it to ova one.
the routing of passenger. Testimony -I Oviedo Baptist Church. The Rev. i busy_ Reverie and i .
Cake Walk following
czMe also will be heard concern i H. H. Link will officiate. Inter-
e1y'v ing conditions at rest and meal ment will be in Oviedo Cemetery I first group.of songs.
stops officials disclosed.As with Fairchild Funeral Home in : She next chose H COMPANY
a result of the investigation ;, diti and Habanera I
officials announced, 'the Commis- by: Bizet, following, I Phon 6303
Affee'i. sion will if facts develop justifying J t CARD OF THANKS I street played Waltz _, _
such action promulgate far I W* wish, to txpreu our sincere thanks Nocturne,in E Flat I' I I
t to our hat of friends and Belthbora for Miss Graves I
rules. and regula- ,
reaching anew
ft.alA Me their many expression of sympathy durtnc i
's tions in the public Interest with the diners end death of our beloved husband program with ; I t I
O 4 Ms due regard to the problems of the t and father.Urs. Raptures, As I
rHpw ptN e, tl w t +'+ ; JM L. Rowland
'carriers. N,U and Jean Rowland I by McFadyn and
1s ,,y 0 Penalties which the Commis- .. Mrs., Oran Darts. End of the Garden

aion may apply to carriers who ..I The trumpet-bird of South I A
fail to heed any new rules and America is named from the soundit Union Church a
r1. regulations can include a citation utters. It rarely flies but runs
to show cause why their very fast. Slated This ? (

... Ii [Soectal to The Sunday ]

union SANFORD church- For ME !

1C established. First v JTJ24A

I at 8 pjn. at the
Church with new
the Rev. Douglas I
I VACATWN1w ing the sermon.
FOR Other churches ,
aa ) union service for of
e the People's I

Make ,4 Pate1Z j I Methodist Christian,and Holy 'j ill'

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I !SP'Cio"to" The Sundoy ANY OTHER **
I DELAND-More I .."
enrolled for the i M9s
convention at Stet
'The program begins I .

5L" will continue I & 11 s.
day. Last night's .
a pw f I C. Roy Angell. pastor B
tral Baptist Church I
The public is invited clink. I
lk. eAt ;services. no ob-

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the World's Most tt means to
t come be- g
Famous Beach you'll experience
the grandest, most '. 'mD you see I I

4 glamourous COOL summer in hear I '-

vacation of them all! ,
500 W. -
1 Surf bathing shore din- x ,
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k'- t ners fine fishing -.nightlife owe.* ,

under the stars-yours

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Easily reached by :'. A Ptae to wave j A"-w, .
plane bus train. h "" .; I Ia., [ (
carl .. Refrigerator ORLANDO
//t Prompt Efficient '
Write today f or f rte f. ,. :i.S; h"'y rewa i

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f '. M &nrtttng !truttnd. Orlando, Florida, June 8,- 1947 | gr .IDUIIJt y '.. :J1Jl :,: ; ,,;, a 'd,.,... I Sanford Woman's Club Endi! I

I Ipening t hfepr Recreation Committee. All! ... season With General bToe0__
Playground ,jtit* *f tames will be played with Titusville r -
UpmUun of the tiny children : I t Speciol l to The Sunday $entw* .$or? '" j dl. W. Lrtr- ...
ffet ujttmting rtcrcationg for all F p i [SANFORD Woman's Club ....... st 101 .... 'Ii ...

..... JayCees Set Wednesday closed for the season ... .-d ....ITIa. S .

Set Herman Bmmky Holler said with the general meeting and a may. lsritts M ..it M .

saw al.. have thane of the City Election .. ,-,.: luncheon. following which chairmen 1 tfoMM.TN .
I IP' Mfthall read reports.
canes far 'adults and .z. ;
at 12:24 .. rrsass s ua.sdM .- -
.. opened
'''\ has. almMt completed the ache- [S"ciol! fn The Sunday S<=n>* -.;,:' ""'-rlTITUSVILLE A The meeting
.... euarrr ,U-- dale .hkh. will be announced t ;.: i} I wM w ... .Irdsr AMy
... lsr fly.beme. -Election of officers II lttt. A P tlMt ...
:, :.. .: new playground equipment of the Titusville Junior : 'Miss Dixon's I I AeaMMuM Mr irhsutlltNM 11
bole Chamber of Commerce will be held
m* tMUlled last year some is I ttsstkSMo -- -
rAI MilIa a.. now m transit and other equipment next Monday night as a part of ..Y.:.
t1.. msn M s.. .... ..Mi .eablMuis --
II" rliinsrm' wlU be ordered. Holler said.. the regular meeting at the old i :' .'..:, EngagementAnnounced r 'sl.r
:':, fuss a ayMR rt.awed.*' playground this daily schedule except Satur-there city hall on Palm St. I II J: .._ .h. .. Mil tII11111 tllwa

-. ....a.r, 111 be awimming and movies at I Twenty Brevard County girls, "i ,ID _
.... .a IU' o'r. \als. it WM announced. accompanied by two adult lead- : .' :' rs.7Is .
|I A1f ', .. [Specie! to The Suncfay Sent'* .nI' M ....t d ...
ers and Mrs. Eunice F. Cay, county : I
I and Ml .
.' DAVENPORT Mr |.wm Ia-. -
home demonstration agent i > : ; Walter V. Morgan of Davenport |CoM 1w = uu I

J I plan to leave Tuesday to attend 7M+w N. the engagement ..... gsr.rrt.
the annual 4-H short course at ;.6 : are announcing '... .... M iJA.srlet ..
Florida State of their daughter Miss Phy..*. J .. ttslMs. "'". S

MISS FRANCES MARY''' University at Tallahassee ''otf Joyce Dixon to Dwinson Bryant i.....' M ...... ...... -
Leaders of the group are ..... ... .. ,
of Mr. and Mn.P. .... .. -
THOMPSON, daughter of the i Mrs. Robert Lieb and Mrs Carmen a Sheffield son .
) Rev and Mrs. J. M. Thompson, Fortenberry of Cocoa. I # ..<+ I W. Sheffield of Tampa. Th IlL 1 s ttterlb nsellb1Mn lsfd

pf St. Cloud, whose engage- I Two airplanes are now being M w '- wedding will take place July II a rtlrslrttsull .... wbV -
used in
: the work of combating :
.. ;
ment to Dr. George L Wilson, mosquitos in this part of'the coun- : '. v in Davenport. Se aMlb .
of Boston, is being announced ty, Thomas L. Cain mosquito control d 1! Miss Dixon' was born in Way* nlP' atsststM e A
j : this week. I : director, said i this week Work k ace'w cross Ga.. but has lived the pat t tiw abuts
missals st.e. c
of spraying DDT solution was 11 in Davenport. graduating
started early this week in low- I : years GINS .M 11- r ..arm ...
er end of the county and also fdi from Haines City High School ,.r M... .... .. .
Nancy : : she took active part In
where an
Draa ... t. -
) ,rY in the Titusville-Mims area. Glee Club work. Mrs _MMIee_ .. +rr r.
Besides giving the residential i r 'lX'w'dlx I and "a= = atil.alt m IN !
', Mr. Sheffield served two ..... ........ ftII
I ; areas of the county this protection *'-" II .
4 HonoredMissionary half in the Army Air Corpa.
Ii Y years
i .......
the spraying program will include after graduating from Haines Dl-_ r 1
the breeding areas on Mer- w _. Of
City High School. He is now engaged -
ritt Island. Assisting Cain are in the insurance business M. l lttrry.s a l:: aer
W. B. Bradock of Cocoa, field .... ... If
I [ex to The.Sunday Sentinel-Star] inspector and Alvin Hig;inboth- in Tampa. wetrP rr er. esM
I :am assistant field inspector list .-. W rbtlU. fIIl4
TTTUSVILLE group of about i Titusville Chamber of Commerce t'g Vacation ttttiaslsira rta.s! ..se i ilM
20 friends surprised Nancy Draaat has received a letter from Dr. a,4 al j I I ......1 dI ....
hex home Monday night the William S. Carlson president of # Y .t slesw tMM lit to.* a.. rM
occasion being her 16th birthday. I the University of Delaware, indicating .6 ,4 Bible School dst .tMe rF
Refreshments were served and i that he is interested in I,
i the group attended the Magnolia investing in a site in this vicin- jI I Il !
Theater later.Union. ity.Donald To Open
4' ,
\ the Presbyterian Burtt. superintendent Sunday School of o I l (Specrat to The Sundov Se.tin.tr'SANFORDThe f:::-'.. .,.. .......

Meets said yesterday that the annual Interdenominational

I will church be and held Sunday at Sanlando School Springs picnic NL daily vacation church 2a!' .

At Titusville next Wednesday. school opens for registrations at :

An unusual musical program will the First Methodist Church Men-
[5- of' The Spnt'n"l StnrJTITUSVILLE '
[ fn Survfcy "
A large crowd of be presented at the First BapUt: day at 9 am. At this time a abort
women from neighboring counties Church here next Monday at 8 devotional will be lead by Dr, E.
pm. by the Bob Jones University
DRAW attended the East Coast Woman's D. Brownlee. after which Uw
Missionary Union meeting at the music ensemble. The pubic is juniors will go to the Presbyterian
First Baptist Church here Thurs- i invited, and there will be no admission Church for their daily meeting&

I charge Beginners and primary departments -
day.Mrs.. Charles Gnxner of New I Woodrow J. Darden of thus city will be taught at the

TRY FO* A 9/tU Old' cm& Smyrna Beach served as presiding ,was elected coach of boys' athletic tYq e Methodist Church until the rod T.wd r ..s ,.'.....
officer. The Rev. B F Hall local teams of the local high school of the school which will be June M ..... w s1olNwa.ART'f .
pastor conducted opening de- by the county school board in session The school will be directed by the
'I t .. 1tIC and .4 cf,. gaps you'll win i
f- '" wi WI YOVf wi"!::p!! ICWIll votionals. and Mrs. J. D. Pepper i here last Tuesday. Action Rev. Douglas E. Charles and departmental RHV.1
local president, welcomed visitors. i was taken upon unanimous recommendation workers with him will

ffV1l..ttl- 1\ session was by the Rev. J. A. In- trustees_ He will begin his work _._ .
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***! "'tt (Yak. af tack cturu, $140.00)). kindergarten superintendent; Mrs. -
man of New Smyrna Beach. Re- ,with the opening of school early ._ lg.e.b. ... -...
'#1t1,w.......... .........v.. ....M M.t...fc..kit. ..MT..lettl N worth developing.I. during the afternoon session. i I Al Brummett of Lenoir City, seen holding his catch, which according to the Daytona Beach Miss Sturdivant.:Ella Bolton.Mrs. Miss J. -McEvaa Nancy Ap, Geroird Fwal tttthls. .

...... .le. Ialasnled*.1ttb persons U of tremendous impor- E I.Tenn. has been employedto teachin fishing contest authority, won him second place recently. The ; pleby and Miss Barbara Chapman.

..tsWtiilg iMt be designed before it can be manufac- the Titusville High School next red snapper tipped the scales at 30 pounds, eight ounces. i Mrs. E. C. William will be auper- w e. tiM
He is
*. .; be.trained and illustrators. I Orlando Academy of Music jear. a graduate of Milbigan tntendent of the primary Opart- ear
r ne "*"'"Oil at designers ; Johnson Tenn ----- ----
College City, .
*M .. *..iUbl. 1. for trained Commercial Artists, has taught a few' years and re,. meat with the Mmes. Carl Chor- 7J j
Summer Session A. C. Starke. W. A.
M el former students Miss
y our are earning ceived an honorable discharge Brandenburg Becomes
Hunter. R. M. Strickland. John
fa prgftttton. Htrt'i from the Army December 191.
M an opportunity to test Opens Monday. June 9th in Southard and Russell McKinnrr

'-. ..i M errerw e.r.......Ml.GftM.. L If a*CM*o(girl 539 Lake St. Phone 5195 I Bride of Air. Horace Heley! assisting.Mrs. Douglas E. Charles wtfl .....,umr
as1.. i ..... aN --.MM ... pot,Ml...........2. u..mla / Aliss\ ]oiesMr. f .....1[ I
".,..... ... .. .,., ,,. _. I superintend the junior department -
4.4. ProM, oe MM,add *(Mwm, [Spcr ai to The S m err .... ftaa MkM ..4 .......-.,.MB ea Mck.< d......-................ 4r*.i>c*...k.nc.T.4 by JI DELAND The First Baptist i carnations. R. H. Waltour. B
iw.as.aar Stephenson *
fIIIIM..1. .t.....WIll M H mt bnIrJ. i entinel= tat HartmaiijMarried i
> I Church was the scene at 4 pjn Following the ceremony a reception vira Garner R. 8. Brown. MU

yesterday for the marriage of ;i was held at the home of I Frances Cobb and Mrs. T. &.
ART INSTRUCTION 'INCI MOVES( MERCHANDISEApril \ \ a Miss Florence Lavinia Brandenburg \the bride's parents 648 East New Tucker. / east 1//
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. York Ave. Later in the afternoon
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(15r,- rlto I The Sjrvlv SelttJ"X'I-St'Jr! rp William M. Brandenburg and Mr. and Mrs. Heley left for a ,tination. after which they wffl r.. i aq a
bill Net H Average
I fM ltd hint{. Minneapolis IS, 3Iinn. TITUSVILLE-Adele Jones of Horace Ernest Heley son of Mr. honeymoon to an undisclosed des- side an West Pennsylvania Art. '

L ____ this city became the bride bf and :Mrs. Horace F. Heley. both of : ----- ----, ----- .
---- Ralph E. Hartman of Indian River this city. The double tins ceremony !
City in a ceremony performedby J was read by the Rev. R. :
1 County Judge Cox of Waj cross, Grady Snowden. I
Ga., May 24. They are making Gordon E. Kipp was best man
'I their home at Blue Water Cottages and ushers were Harry Brown. ,
I at Indian River City. Leslie Dyer and Joe Johnson all '
Mrs. Hartman is of
I a graduate I of DeLand. 'The bride was given
Nathan School for Girls,
East : stfgeJUST
in marriage by her father. Mrs.
Point Ga., in 1940, and has resided ;= J I

\; COMPLETE SERVICE I Hartman here was several educated years.at Flint Mr, Harold accompanied.Parson Prof.church Harold organist Giffin RECEIVES 1
Mich.. Central High School Fhhji featured soloist. :
: Junior College and General Mo- : Mrs. Wayne Williams, sister of :
:1 tors Tech.. leaving school to enter ,, the bride was matron of honor I .
Mss: Mary Gngsby-of King George
service. He was recalled into : i-
service later and served 18 months. Va., was maid of honor and two SOLID CARLOAD
ON ALL He is associated with his father 1 other sisters of the bride. Miss
I F. C. Hartman the operationof ,Dolores and Miss Alice Branden- .'
Blue Water Cottages at Indian. burg, were bridesmaids. Mary Ann i
I River City. Howarth, daughter of Mr. and i "q+
Mrs. Chester D. Howarth of De- .u a

I MAKES OF. TRUCKS I BassBrooksBetrothal Ii Land Mrs.was Williams flower and girl.Miss Grigsby 1| .'1 STEELFILING

selected yellow gowns fashioned' 3 w
i with an off-the-shoulder neckline
II l Told ending in a cape effect over the 'I
I short sleeves. The gathered skirt
accentuated taffeta bodice
: was_ by a -
[apecI! to Tie SJ-kN. Sent!,np|.Mar)) i and was 01 over tCABINETS
.:I ST. CLOUD-Murray Bass isI(taffeta. They wore halos of yellow : -Z':
We offer complete facilities for the I announcing the engagement aid 'j net shirred on yellow ribbon ,
: i approaching marriage of his ,and carried colonial bouquets of. ____
.. daughter. Madeline to Tommy _
repair and maintenance' trucks of I pink and yellow carnations. _
Marks Brooks son of the late The bridesmaid's pink gowns
all kinds. We have on hand and immediately This Brooks and Mr. Brooks, of !were similar to those above except 4's
St. Cloud, the wedding to take : that the neckline was form- w
available a large stock of place in June. Both young people ,ed in the shape of a heart. The 28'/V Deep, Finest C..t.AI.. 1lGrad.
are natives of St. Cloud and
j headdresses were similar and their
White parts. We can secure parts well
I ,colonial bouquets of pink and yellow "A"
I Cob.
1- for most other makes. Buford L. Knowles grandson of ; i carnations were sprinkled with ....
the Rev. Frank Philpott of St. I j tiny blue blossoms.
Cloud, and a former resident '
i Mary Ann was dressed in pale I
I now of Haines City graduated from I II
green with a full skirt ending in i
Consult us in regard to fleet maintenance high school with honors last week. 'a, ruffle and trimmed with pink
I In addition to a Rotary scholarship I rosebuds. Her crownless bonnet {
1 of your trucks-we guarantee he won the Baush and' Lomb was of matching material and she I
science scholarship. j!1 ,carried a basket decorated with 4 Drawer Letter File without lock
satisfaction. I Mrs. Jay B. Johnston and her pink and yellow ribbons and con- .___ ._
niece. Miss Patrica Ann Carey. 4 Drawer
flowers. File with
taining garden lock
were joint hostesses at a buffet The bridal gown of brocaded ...._... UI
supper held at the former's home : taffeta faille was fashioned with 4 Drawer Legal File without lock
I Complete staff of trained truck on New York Ave., one of several ; a round neck and featured self- _..____
pre-nuptial parties honoring the ]I i covered buttons down to the waist 4 Drawer Legal File with l lock
1 I k\ mechanics our modern equipment recent bride and bridegroom, :Mr. in front. The skirt was attachedto ..___.., __

i l I afford you the best of service. and Mrs. E. George White. The a basque waist and fell into a 5 Drawer Letter File without lock
bride's ...
mother. Mrs. H. Y. smith long court train. A fingertip veil ....-
i ,'. assisted in 5 Drawer Letter
( serving. was fastened to an old-fashioned File, with lock
1 -: Amparo Athey Edythe Loring 'bonnet which was trimmed with ... t--- '"__..
Erma Ford Margaret Kendall and I 5 Drawer Legal File without
the lock
Wilma Kilburn were appointed to i orange blossoms just beneath ..__.._
i i brim. She carried white satin-
work with a committee from Fred ; 5 Drawer Legal File with
.it;' ':covered prayer book topped with lock .. .
erick 1 T
Funston Camp 22, in makingarrangement i I'I an arrangement of white roses
for the unveiling of and showered with satin stream ,
two Memorial Field pieces which :I

1 KING' i time the will veterans arrive will be soon announced Memorial and be Park.later.placed The in 'I,*',';ers.a Mrs.grey Brandenburg bemberg sheer was with attired navy In Choice Silvertone Gray, or Olive Green /fftJ*&. f.eo I

J blue accessories and a corsage of Walnut and
The first archeological evidences red roses. Mrs. Haley wore a petalblue Mahogany. finishes ad, d10w f.fA 11
black accessoriesDIAPER
frock with
of the wheel date back to delivery from Orlando warehouse.

While Truck Sale Corporation iYi J I F Mesopotamian- -- city cultures.kWNINGs. ABC SERVICENew I

I .. I Accounts and Future
I 4 Reservations Are Solicited
i i Telephone 2-1177'

Oar awnings win nuke yu some FOR FATHER'S DAY
a better pUre to live ia-Cool, comfortable
Ronson Lighters Bill Folds :
and .p to date. It it practical
and economical to improve Fishing, Tackle.
your home with awninfs when they Luggage Jewelry.
are made by as. I Expert: Watch RepairingBLOCK'S : Central Florida'a

1UG w. ClHtKh St. Orlando, Fla. Phones 2-1628-9 Florida Go.IB JEWELEYIS LarQ.st Dlatrlkntort oj Oft*, ....ur'iitj
I 13 S. Main St. ORLANDO
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Mlitland Orlando, Florida, June 8, 1547! orIn m o doming frrnttnrl( .. _

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I !' ...... .. b 8 Preview SlatedPreviewing Tests in WeekThe -1111 Mrs --
elf aaasiemletf ,., ..I 1M .....1 tr .
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.. 4MK fl..tte' WBI 4 pwonn* .9 ....... frt! "-,, ... ..
,,4 *Hl* f-I"! ?"Ml C Mt A Orange County 1uMesIs ) -.e M ... .
of between 20J) to 225 "..... .
aalr v'
M at. .' Mn K. visual education films selected for and Health. Awn gave tree slaw. 1 ...
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a1Mer +t ahreet Z 1111 was I Orange County schools will begin ray examinations to *M A s* TV'W. .
e, a4intall. .Leal -.II from tomorrow at 11 a.m. at Memorial here last wHIt. the hrv of ''' M .
.. ,hoer ........ lit e aarf Junior High! School according to .4 month-ton survey \>t "!\ "*trM tor
1&' ,. Ik, I
iI r Walker superintendent of and soda fountain fmp'm
M pt-* ..alt reaetlM to Judge schools. are required' by cif: r i> nxrM .... .. .........
...,. ... f. ,n has fl year n M s- w M --...
..... p. tlelrq tl t t e The films, sponsored by local show freedom 1! r".a.
business firms were selected by from tuberculfvis. -;
gar aer wed IUWi. the principals of the various .a N to
e- ,.- reefy el theplarle t I schools af being of value to their E x a mutation .n-t4
claw A students. fIIj were given fa- w alR alie I
oar i e l k I
means of the Psociatton's -"
sad j ..r.-r. (Iflhp Walker said it would take two .
nr- r
I _IM. -.em. > tXas weeks t.t preview the films with ENSIGN RAYMOND K. bile X-ray u- ,"
continuous showings from 11 a.m.
Ira A luau .
to 5 pjn. each day. M'DANNOLD, son of Mrs. which was pa "
hr .
"AI ?nuau.d"end '
ed at four i u>' *
.rtwwtra01 Enthusiastic response from local Paul McDannoId, 628 Mon .
01 '
tions on In
th.i'ei l4'a.'tr business men would seem to assure tana Ave., and brother of Ave. during kh-
1y attt'ttWltr ear p the success of the program James McDannold, Grand week. ... .. -
according to Walker. 1
red three L1Lt Theater has receivedhis The frti: v
manager .
The film library which will .- -
[ *Ifta sad w on weeks r e a t r .
\vt-i' .' WIUUaII' rotate among the various schools degree and commissionfrom were described a, Sites Brtu WAnnlJN
f tnndbaa aDd and be applicable to elementary the University of South encouraging bv M'-i M*>KI I B
I n. '+swfa tlreMl junior and senior high schools Carolina. After spending his ''health educatl< n S :a r *tr toft AiA .
I ,. will also be available to all Institutions : "almo.- I'; *i
wfr/et hetlirll said that > >
leave Orlando he will
... __ in report -
ho-. s.. .....any n in the county he said.
_-"" ., w 'tag lfeleat, for The library will be ready for for sea duty Coronado.
Elizabeth and Princess
i..a .'t. .,.tt,au... won the next session of the schools.The j ji i Beach, Co! | Distinctively DifferrmtWedding/
.nr. ...nMhe George VI of England and his daughters, Prin- horseback ride in Windsor_Park= i public is hivited to the previews. ] II i ii
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_. -- Work Begins for Large Church 'Buddy' Housers Greet !i Court Move Against 1: Open School Tomorrow St.ti., ...,.,

Session Sharon Ann Houser is responsible fir children from three to 15 for ,.... Ilt'.. I1rr/r.. NrMfINVITATIOS
.... $11699, Opening WednesdayWith for that big smile V. P.|Orlando Threat from to enjoin building the a City sewage of years Central, will Christian be started Church.tomorrow Three-by

I r tntsilsg $u.Ii .- several thousand persons expected here for the Buddy I Houser of Buddy's Dutch disposal plant in the Jamajo area hour classes begin at 9 am. A1OKNClMBrWDouMt! 4 r_ p
eMs ......... W a Circuit annual conference of the Church of the Brethren, which|I'Mill was wearing yesterday. Tiny was sounded yesterday as a public Miss Edna B. Browning is director .,
NI'' ,.,-\.-..., M ......n1Fit. opens Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., officials have arrived and :Sharon Ann arrived Friday nightat protest meeting was called for today and the faculty includes: Yptetu..Se ..
3i i .. IrM. Mer.at warm started work. Orange Memorial Hospital. Her at 7:30: pjn. 'in the Jamajo Mrs. P. C. George Mrs. Edd Dean
.... hall bss/Ml e.a- mother the former MargaretAnn Community House. Mrs. Nolen Collins Mr. and Mrs.
............ .. ........ The 25-man,u General Brotherhood. Board< meeting' Whitaker of Patchogue. Mrs. Travis Greer. representinga George Smedley Mrs. R. W. ithC r
?.i>t-"-.r. for thetalestyro yesterday in Angebilt Hotel, laid Long Island. N. Y. is "doing fine" committee investigating locationof Pooser Jr. Jeanne Ray Mrs.
it h..., MV recall plan for co-ordinating official 1 Houser reported yesterday adding the proposed plant, said an injunction Floyd Call, Mrs. Clarence Lowe sa
-m! offices of the church. that 22-months-old Dennis Joseph would be sought if a Mrs. Marsha Huff Mrs. John Mc- 35 E. Pint SL ORLANDO flew. ..
.... far UMe grrsla.ltoel Today and tomorrow five top Houser is waiting anxiously at 638 petition now in circulation is not Key. Mrs. Ruth Fretwell. Shirley
Mlnarvtae.M .remmLssions of the church willmeet -y Rugby Ave. to greet his first sister..heeded. Fretwell. Carl Huff. s.ti .
.. *l ftfgl .tale 1M RaseteMlrss separately, and the standing -- -- ..
'.. .. committee i b. a t .
1 .. elah 11.fM 1tito will'prepare an .
.. l t. ua.rt.hlellr sdltsa/- agenda ..
-'< lawn txtataia rtty .1rlutss Sectional meetings for those N
..... ... __ the M per who work with the various age ik. a .
t11IH fill tor '.he......, wgo atassts -_ groups, will be held Tuesday and ..

.uteri Igrl. hews Wednesday' in, Municipal- Auditor---i r! r w4N .x I .

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"AILE/ Doz. keynote speaker.
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ium. Bowling Club Hall Shuffle- e
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board and Visitors Clubs.
ittitjan Itinensri I Keynote address at the first -
r 'plenary session will, be given by .
l': r BM4.ar rhone Yf107TAMPA Dr. Rufus D. Bowman president /ittilo
i of Bethany Biblical Seminary :
Chicago moderator of this conven-
I tion. Dr. Bowman formerly pastor .
!'I of congregations in Roanoke.
I Va.. and Washington D. C., is ,
chairman of the General Brother-
hood Board.
r Other featured speakers are:
Dr. Leland S. 'Brubaker. sec
retary of the Foreign' Missions
Commission and Dr. William
Beabm secretary of the conference -
who have just toured Africa -
and Europe.Dr. .
LUXHBu M. R. Zigler secretary of DEALERS' STOCKS LIMITED j=
1 the Christian Service Commission '
and Dr. Eldon Burke Brethren relief s
I official each of whom has BUY NOW AWAY
I spent much time in Europe. F -
The conference will close with a
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missionary convocation next Sunday / //i
I I evening. s Jl

I Nicaragua RegimeRefused
I Ir
: Recognition e e

I QUITO Ecuador API Ecuador
: will withhold recognition of Nica-
ragua under the regime of BenJa-
nun Lacayo Sacasa, who became
president in a recent military coup
ousting Pres. Leonardo Arguello.
The foreign office announced Fri-
day night that Ecuador repudiated
I the coup.

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Covers Central 'Florida Agricultural Interests Like the Morning Dew

i Page 28 the Sunfcig 'elltinel &tar Orlando, Florida, Juneatyre
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'Baptism7v Seminole T Talks I FLORIDA CATTLEArcadia t i I Fall Pig

h If JACK GURNET New Disease
t A i '_" C:'recpc4 kntl] I Goal IncnwtfWl

: \ ,.a MA YEN-Two new members of the Florida Soil Controls i i Livestock

Cttrv Comlft lWOft, youthful Clark Brown Jr., of ..A
'I I Mid ...&-IIaowft O. C. Minton of Fort Pierce got a MAYME HODGKINOur Perils PoultryExtra _
By V w. SOtte
t ..1 tire" when they took their seats around the [ Own Stoff Correspondent t .. Iti1i Mr tllrtsi

1 .;;i for the first time this week. They happened toI I SANFORD-Drainage and soil vigilance among Central Market Improved ... p.- .
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I lttM ter Lh 1tM ttdllrnl a as t I conservation are the top subjectsin Florida chicken ranchers is neces- IeL RM/1 .Itltld deer
eedtor Seminole County these weeks
err 1Met to !
I wtaiMthntat d a make scenes for a picture at Cypress -I which lie between harvest and sary to check losses from Newcastle B, AL CODY I 1"n

r h1Arr ...load for I Gardens, likes Florida orange the planting of (eedbeds in Au- Y disease, the newest threat to [Our Own Staff Correspond "]

1et. who Juice-but diplomatically refuses ,, w a poultry flocks, Orange County vat-under con trec** at t eState ------
I =:;= a.a gust.Pres. ARCADIA-A dipping __. tit
to it with Califor- II .
\ file .. sene the effete I nia juice compare. Latt Maxcy and his Bureau.,M.appeared L. CuUim of before the Farm the : '"r Agricultural Agent Fred Baetz- Livestock Market here-is only one step m a eoaltMMrnin o-aar trttf
tlhM Meet nowrM u Ite- .. .
JoHn D Kelly III Aerw. 5 .
eras Itrt eoe orrtreaaatla "suney" committee, named to i County Commissioners and on man said yesterday.lie ? improvement program which Mgr. tan Mtarve .I

rota the attttret probe into the operations of the : behalf of the farmers of the bureau said a few cases of this lieves will keep this market in the front as one of the most hiliw. ..tha. 1w N viilow
Citrus Commission, from "attic to I! d tors
r r MMhackwttaa I thanked the board for their _disease already have appearedin modern in Florida. tea tM, ......
UrtMr ChuMOer0d cellar probably come up | co-operation especially in almost Florida, particularly in the have fever ticksin t ... ..
with some drastic reorganization "We don't any 1 f weer ttI t pr+
completing cleaning of all des-
M. Wa&L DlQSvt northern part of the State.
recommendations Bill Mouser DeSoto County-and we don'twant ",f IWrnPb
F $he HMBtataa are ignated ditches. Cases have been reported in a explained. "The _. tR MMEdd
kidded about "stuck any" Kelly t.tmtr sea!
being being
hra AMtw.S Cullum also asked the commission majority of the States.
way down in the Everglades" what they had done In I vat is strictly a precautionary > a htr ..laitaiprd
when he shows up at Lakeland for soil conservation. He informed cLACY The ailment causes a com measure designed to better pro- I toot ts'otMA. .

-'a tl MH1'E n foot Ian I FCC meeting-he is now general them that the bureau has already bination of respiratory and tect those who bring cattle to the ./II'f r.wl ?f 't... '
Aar to hld park. '! manager of the Lee Countyi signed up sufficient farmers C. THOMAS ous symptoms and results nerv-j Arcadia market. ,r hit "Mats r.wu err I'

.4 tuft U fleeS i Packing Coat Fort Myers and to the petition for a hearing worked on bill. merous deaths among young Next on the list of facilities hop per a.. .+nAlipt1t' ..
w the deaf that and a sharp drop in production in rrs4 .
admits its "a bit off the beatentract" in this count on the establishment r** I t I which this market will providefor St
q.a4i Hvr days Spurgeon Tillman of Pasco of a soil conservation dis) 'laying birds," the agent asserted.! use by cattlemen will be a efAA. t.w w rTM

t r.and that Packing spending some time trict. "Because symptoms are similar ito branding chute for use by cat I
fMI aft b* packed inwork around old haunts in Lakeland The Farm Bureau's deal on WaterSurveyPlan. those of other respiratory dis-' tle owners who most change the a. ..a...
work ttrserk.k where he used to work for the muck for farms is progressing eases, identification depends upon i brand on their cattle under pro- Ls' ..... glrnrntr .... Nisba.aat

s.pplkd- I satisfactorily, he reported. Two- SlatedTo getting a veterinary diagnosis andlaboratory visions of the State marks and L..M.
to** puts talk about thirds of the muck ordered and tests of any suspectedcases. brands law.
fewtfcm't a Of-- FCC.Melons ." I
signed for already has been de-
b talr.Mtt M ald be Make livered. It is being moved now Become Law The American Veterinary Medi- i I The dipping vat will be one of i,
b b u."b H MI KaUrdar.Urtiat at the rate of 360 cal Assn. recommends a rigid program the most elaborate in the State,
fir $ ,. yards per day, of sanitation, prompt -: according to Kelly. Thirty feet
.I up with 3,000 cubic yards already hav providing for a two- i quarantine
fa* Hi* fhr-d r ran.ii No. 7 Crop ing been placed on local farms. year survey of State surface and i of suspicious cases and !i long, it is four feet wide at top
> >in<.ii. raU offkiab.I :vigilance against obtaining chicks and has concrete aprons at either
season's is expected -
harvestedand situations
celery is water
I II I HMVk ad (ho like the larger growers and ship- I ground to become\ law formally this : from premises on which the disease I'end to keep the vat as clean as "To.w.

+iaM+r ou HI a BMVT. ItIttet In Sumter Florida is present, Baetzman added. possible.
who Ford of the
I pers have interests in other wwk. Sec. John located at the end
slurs pirkrr : Scientists have developed an effective Two pens are
II tttta mm.h in Ike short i i {T-:*- -I I to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] ,crops Sanford further for Georgia North, North are leaving Farm Bureau said jesterday. I means of immunizing poultry -'I'where cattle leave the vat after

I i .w 4rau e i I WEBSTER-Watermelons gradually and New York. Carolina The bill, sponsored by 10Statewide I against Newcastle disease, but dipping, both equipped with con- I --
Hirareal band works have edged out tomatoes as! agricultural organiza- : widespread use of the vaccine is crete floors, and both roofed, as is JOHN A. O'ROURKC

b *MW **. at the m *t. I Sumter County's No. 1 crop, with tions included in the Florida : not yet an economical procedure, the vat ItseU.Fac1Iities "
000 I Florida Scientists \\ater Resources Committee, : he concluded. oGrower's at the Arcadia marketare to give report.
I, almost two-fifths of the commercial -
efficient -
was approved by the Legislature well designed to encourage
Ma-AuT'iltra*. acreage now devoted to melon I of stock. I
To last week and was scheduled handling
ate Mp" of the Sni ely ,production. Hope Develop to be sent to Gov. Caldwell Return Pens of all sizes are provided for
M Wiauv lUvra watch- While watermelon plantings I I 200 SlatedTo
j weekend. I cattle of both sellers and buyers
a eINCe for a fame have Increased from 700 to 2,000 j Hardy Type Tomato : On Retail Orange and a traffic control system as
t during the past seven'years.. the committeewere
art both shoulders J Represented on elaborate as any airfield is hand-
($ ial
1 tomatoes have decreased from 2- I pt' to The Sun oy Sentinel-Star} Bureau the Flor- Attend
WttluMM BMvte star- MANATEE the Farm i led by Kelly's daughter on market
Wuttt Haven to 400 acres in 1940 to 1,050 in 1946. the -Plant breeders at ida. Cattlemen's Assn., the Florida Prices BoostedWhile day.
\\ii\l 920 acres of eucumbers.the State Vegetable Crops Laboratory Vegetable Committee. the Dairy
I near here, are approaching the average While purebred sales and Meet
account for 80 of League
three crops Industries Assn., the League
paid 41 8-10 cents a dozen for ,
the end of an exhaustive
breeding shows are not the usual thing at
per cent of Sumter's 5,235 acres Municipalities, the Florida For-
| project, which they hope will result her oranges in March, the grower the Arcadia market, plans are in
In production a U. S. Crop Reporting estry and Park Service, the More than 200 growers MM! ifclp-
$30..00Y. in development of. a hardier was getting a 41 per cent return I
the offing for two major
Service showed. the citrus of Florida to *
survey drainage districts value of 17 pers are expect** -
I type tomato for Florida or net farm six
growers. next
that kind daring
the dustry and the phosphate ,tend the annual nwitac TttwAty
I Peppers are remaining of
Object is to develop a strain in-I cents a dozen the Bureau .
!I months.On
in this Central Florida 'of the 61 Uw
major industry. Growers Sttiron
rust "'w termite your crop that will equal present commercialtype Agricultural Economics reported t
IMHV IIf h lamg at the low county having increased from 400 tomatoes in taste and shipping Much of the work yesterday. Aug. 15 a group of South I Sec.-Mgr. John A. OBwke MM t iEle.kie +
to S75 acres in seven years. quality and have the advan- ed on the survey legislation was This was an increase of four I Florida Brahman breeders will put I yesterday.The .
... flf .... The Sumter County farmers are : tage of being hardier. The labora- done by Lacy Thomas of Grove-I cent over the February per- on the first of what may be an I league rtprmaU the rtK-

fc .!-. .rf. or Mall Ole strong on diversification of crops i tory has been working oa this land chairman of the FFB's per centage, and a boost of five percent annual purebred Brahman sale, i iI ida citrus and vtctuhfein 1r.tlasUWe hM
KM .*** ..-... however, and have six others in I II project for six years and. after water conservation committee. 'over March, 1946, spread I using the facilities at the Arcadia freight rate aDd tnifte ..-..

ffMT4tM4 tIP- I production. I II | thousands of experiments, has Appropriating $150000, the bill between retail price and farm : market. Pres. R. D. Keene to Mil! .... .
ml.r4.1lld These include 230 acres of j narrowed its field to eight typesof authorizes the State Board of value. Later on in November, the De to speak at the animal Ouw M i

snap beans, 150 of eggplant, 100 tomatoes.Of Conservation to employ engineersand However the actual return to I Soto County Cattlemen's Assn.. 6:30: p.m. with I
PAY HO MME of strawberries, 50 each of cab I the five principal tomato technicians to survey the the grower showed a decreaseof plans to renew its range cattle the yearly report.
bare and cantaloups and 10 of diseases, Fusarium wilt has been water needs' of Florida and to 2 1-3 cents dozen from I and purebred show-with the mar- ..
do r.<*, rwwa-cal or Write lettuce. the principal object of attack, because recommend remedial measures to of ket again scheduled to be head-
and increase
last an
Eggplant and lettuce are recent of the great damage it the next Legislature.Ford 4 1-10 year cents from the previous I quarters. i Water Control Structure .
crops in the county while cabbagehas causes. The improved plant which pointed out that groundwater I -
BOYTEIWIMIMATINGCO. declined sharply from the 500 I the laboratory at Manatee hopesto levels are going down Work Started at Pierson BAILEYEQUIf. tirw
have ready for commercial I j' Veteran Animal ,
in 1940. use ,
acres planted dangerously in certain areas I I:r<'-.:"' t" ;: j. r'-
i soon would be immune to this which once had plenty of water. Dixie Runner Makes
PIERSOV Work has startedon
I I disease. TeacherTo I II -
Texas shippers have started "Some Husbandry
municipalties suffer for i
the bmldinz the water too->
...... Good Peanut Butter
M a4 tMr4ntt sterilization of grapefruit to destroy water during even slight drouths 'I' I M
trol structure In PtorMn FrokrtXo.
MM Ml S. Main SL I any larvae of the Mexican i Paraguayan Citrus he said. "Salt water intrusion in [ISpe:'o! to The Sunday Sentinel-Star) Retire June 15 1, E. T. Peterson, ..prrti*.r .
fruit fly. deep wells has virtually made con- I
Runner of the tolnsia Soil Omrrvaltoa
Special to The Sunday SentineT-Stanl
Production Totals tinued irrigation impossible in peanuts the new variety developedby GAINESVILLE-Retirement at, district reported ymtrrtfar.Petenon N. ..... II.1M .
many areas. the Florida Agricultural Experiment the end of the school year. June said diUklnc' wok at
I "This is an effort to find out I
7V2 Million Boxes I Station and now widely 15, will end the active career of the water C'ontreipnlHl. Neatest
those Ph... .. .
why .i.s
IF YOU WANT THE BEST to bring to things the next are Legislature true and grown in the Southeast, makes Prof. C. H. Willoughby, veteran : In the "murk pond" am had |I
Paraguayan citrus production good peanut butter.Dr. .animal husbandry teacher at the. been ccmpletcd.
sound .
totals more than 7Vi million boxes engineering recommendations -I ; -- - --
i for W. A. Carver, agronomistwho i University of Florida College of
I In Satisfaction Guaranteed annually, the Office of Foreign I I correction. developed Dixie Runner, has Agriculture. .
Agricultural Relations reported.Of received reports of buttering tests I During his first 10 years in Announcing ,
this 6,834,000 boxes are Egg Prices ExpectedTo which show the efficacy of the new Florida he gave outstanding aid
oranges 560,000 are tangerines, I variety for the purpose. Some of and encouragement to the campaign -x
I AUTO PAINTING 70,000 are grapefruit and the : Stay at High LevelSoec the companies making butter have to eradicate cattle fever A NEW SBRVICI

remainder are limes and lemons. I I, [ ,ol to The Sunday Sent Ref:! Starl indicated that Dixie Runner con- ticks from Florida herds. for
Exports total 600,000 boxes, TAVARES Farm economists tains too many shriveled nuts He assisted in organizing and
Send it to Sam's principally to other South American believe egg prices will stay high I and others have stated that 2 50-50 'acted as secretary of Florida livestock Orlando and Central FIre ......

nations. i during the immediate future. I blend with Spanish peanuts Is de- I associations. For the past 30 .I

Paraguay's oranges are produced I Commercial poultrymen who ,sirable. years he has had charge of ad- will recondition ? .. .
'vita ajttAMty paint plus the skill of master on four million trees located on didn't buy enough chicks would do I vanced records for the national

IIIIIII glalrh. s give you duty with beauty. Don't 58.000 acres. There are 400,000 well to fill their houses with pullets Soil District I breed associations and has directed New Factory Equip m att .., .
other Hendry
citrus trees. the ,
Asuncion and owners of backyard flocks : dairy herd improvement association f
w Ilf II with anything less than the best- capital is famous for the number are urged to keep their chickens. Annual Meet activities. i good as new.FLORIDA.

of: citrus trees planted in parks, i.1 Only a few eggs are going into Stages i
I. n., along roads and in private gardens. storage. [Special to The Sunday Ser IPCI-Storl Found I FllIHG-SmlHG-ltTOO HHClj'
The old idea of Citrus I Overripe
..... BetIy Work-all dents and nicks skill- LABELLE Skilled T.dtaidaa-Gnr.
farmers tearing up and destroying [Special to The Sunday Sentmel-Stof w.Aj
... yunoved. natural resources has been replaced I" WESLACO, Texas Texas
Low-Flying Crop Duster Picks by the newer plan of con- shippers of pink and red citrus SAW SERVTC8

servation, Z. C. Herlong told a were advised to move fruit earlyin j

Estimates gladly given Corn Silk Tassels From TeethSpecial large gathering here recently tor the Spring, as A. M. Drury. I Sit Unt St-fto*
the first annual meeting of the manager of the Texsun Citrus Ex- I .
,i ..1 l t the Sign of the SIIwr..
[ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Hendry Soil Conservation District. change said much of the late fruit
SAM JONES PAINT & BODY SHOP ZELLWOOD-When John Gardner flies his Herlone: is honorary president was overripe upon reaching mar- MIL If bTAaatMtK
crop- of the Florida Association of Soil kets.
Del 6628 130 N. Garland [Eat Jefferson] dusting airplane over Zellwood's wide green acres of sweet Conservation District Supervisors. -
corn, he goes so low he almost has to pick. the tassels of silk I which he was instrumental in or

out of his teeth afterwards. ganizing.I .
i "We fly on an average of from two to e'ieht feet off the I i
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ground( while dusting crops from*
i invented by Dr. Isaac Adamsof I
d/ the air. the slim pilot said mat-
ranser ter-of-factly. Most melon dusting is designed to : < Boston in 1869.HEAR i
control blight, and Gardner ranges i
He operates two airplane In
THE out over Lake and Sumter Coun-
dusting activities over Central
to s Florida. These include work on ties.Such EVEN IN
vegetable fields melon patchesand crops as celery, cabbageand E'i
corn occupy his dusting activities -
orange groves as the season
4UjJJIR demands. during Fall and Spring said NOISY I PLACES I
Gardner had just returned from Gardner who this week dusted 50
dusting approximately 600 acres acres of sweet corn near Lake

MOTOR of melons near Wildweod ownedby Hart for A. Duda. New AIMn-One Sonotona

Zellwood Watermelon Growers. "Here In Florida growers have Hushes Noise-You Relax
to dust or spray continuously to '
t This newest Sonotone .U the ,
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keep down blight and bugs ; I
Makes your Bike a Gardner said.Starting ONLY all-in-one Instrumentwith I
this g
week the
pilot comfort through a noUyjiayt
: 'Moftr Bike will be dusting orange groves to See itiSONOTONE OFFER THESE ADVANTAGES:
control rust mite.

Water Heaters I He said airplane dusting was OF ORLANDO e YMMhlity ',' _:

t Here's quicker than ground operations Rajgtd Construction
dependable, door-to-door
and could
t give better control over
transportation: for everyone. A Have "Built-ln" Dependability difficult terrain. 611 METCALF BLDG. 0 Sf, simplified operation.
1 new Whizzer motor (easily installed Most of Gardner's work Is done .
and Low
Last o
on any benoon-tired bike) from 5 to 8 am and sometimesin PHONE 2-2101 powtiicontiunpben

{ to will gee carry Whiner you wherever precision you want ing Satisfaction. the late afternoon.* I Low-price;.. ..

I' wgineeredtroebiafmt 125 miles G. F. COOPERConsultantBATTERIES 0 Low..epmtta and suintsnane* cost
4 1% e*more per gallon S to 35 miles Marion Farmers
per hour Powerful Yes indeed FOB AU AIDSDEMIN6
\ f takes the hills easily! [Open up Find
DeW avenues of adventure withyourWhizzerf Hairy Indigo RADIAL DRILLFor

Versatile Legume .I
#t.t.* notmttd In original bicycle frame-uses original wheelsMUBH
VM budt for-coards against broken forks. SpeCial to The Sunday Sentinel-Stor]

OCALA-With 350 acres of light drilling, tapping, profiling. Spin
W* are keiplar' people finance these every 6f 2/f per Hairy Indigo grown in Marion

4*> f.* M lUtl as .. .. .. .......... ."..".....T month County, farmers are finding the dle speeds: 160-8300 RP.M. Drills to center .

tJftetfrH cwMpkt Installed by factory trained mechanic on crop a versatile Summer legume PUMPS of 62" circle. Head tilts to 45 degrees in
with uses as grazing, hay or as a
fttw EBra UaAard Bkycle $ld9 95 as a 3) Gal.
.................n.W..... Capacity cover crop. ,1e 7wJte 1w either direction.I
With Indications of an increase

SEE IT NOW! BUY IT TODAY ATWYCKOFF'S in acreage planned this year, Th.y qi..r.n of t.nrtco; without
For Large Residences and Marion farmers report that 53,000 attention.' W. hart a full ,
Small Hotels pounds of seed were harvested last stock of parts.alTCAM. Writeor Distributed In Florida by
TUXEDO FEED Summer. phone for

Seed may be planted in Central details since
AND HARDWARE BOTH TYPES Florida during May and June, the 1921.rorona.

T mti( MERCHANDISE MOVES" NOW IN STOCKSEE i ment Marion Assn County., which Crop will handle'Improve-the FflRfMHOm HARRY P. LEU |

marketing. reported. Four to'five Ine.:
pounds an acre should produce a
4 SHaM itedfcfcw Baskets Reg. $1.69 SPECIAL 99cPhone Industrial Co. good stand. Usually there are rnAHlnER C Serving Central flirida with industrial' 1",11" ,

Equipment enough hard seed that do not fa &,, ? r***
Oil Boner Division Falkaer, J1t!. germinate the first year to insurea I.. W. ROBINSON AVE.. 100 W. Livingston Ave.
lied XuJd }Ly.. 2.2821
volunteer &:,o
1620 N. Orange Phone 6750 good crop the follow R I a _
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AGRICULTURAL Canned NOTEBOOK Juice WinsHousewives1 IFI1CIDillIITID.'l (faillCD\yIE mumcdl I AFJOD[ ] .. \

".ai f .Covers Central Florida Agricultural Interests Like the Morning Dew ...

Favor f Orlando, Florida, June 8, 1947 (Hf* ''imfcnj! Sntltarl- iar Pay If 1
Zellwood .

If DICK COOPER i t tt I i Outlook Listed FavorableFor ,I II Short Honey I II'

t 1'15 }y ientmel-S'ar! Agriculturaf Editor] i

"IAI HoUSEWIFE-who has an eye on economy these on Corn I 'I., 1 1t

ir*--w1t down to the ,It I
1k...... village grocery store up in Crop Reported t llarW to M..
xr'. Peoria White Agricultural Economy +
Plains, Pittsburgh and all those I IM !$C*< '1'' to ThP Sundry' Se-i'ineT-S'ar] .
.1tr .... Northern towns where Florida citrus is sold : ZELLWOOD-This rich Central I rassrlera ere ...<0 r

..nd. 9tm$M henelf a dozen oranges. Then she took them Florida muckland area is claiming Although production credit men tance in post-war programs"Citing Drastically abort booty prortuc = eta 45 4 -
"' ar1 Ur.and the title of the sweet corn capital 4x tion from tissue and ptttsstto. b Aseltue MiMI .
et of that dozen three big glasses of that rich view Florida's agricultural outlookas price declines after ma- ,
of Florida-at least far
tsesehll, Plartds 8NBH Juice. The family was mighty pleased quality as as generally favorable, State econ- jor wars in the past Prof. Brooker blossoms to brine reported .by Central

.. --tR eralye tstoe as a special treat. but there were four in the There goes.are approximately 200 omists point to past post-war periods declared the economic question : Florida bettteyers wte ma .-.f+ I I I.f
t_. tY that ume. Mrs Housewife as indicating forthcoming today was whether or not the
bought a big can of processed acres now in production here with bees are ftadtnc barely 4latalelgla -
ttis" aa/ ..... readjustments Sec. A. H. Whit- world is now in a comparable per-
Me glasses. .. It didn't have quite the fresh flavor crates of 10-inch premium, full- ,nectar to supply sae.rNaea."Despite _
d ..... more of the Florida Citrus Produc- iod.
"*"v bait
to continue
west good after the folks ears expected
...... .. --. And remember that "eye got on used to Just?" Mrs.that to roll from here Northward for tion Credit Assn., reported aftera "It is good to hope! th'ate the heavy Wee.. w .. r. --- 0 .

'V' .iM .... tfcat while three glasses of fresh juice economy cost -maybe the next two, weeks. conference in Jacksonville of directors may not again experience sucha both citrus and palm***.*. $... .... -
M t4ww a ......, the ku-gass! can of canned juice cost maybe 21 Yields are running as heavyas Assn. of of Florida.J. the .Production credit break In prices as occurred in : soms lacked nectar a4 ...... MW
260 crates of five dozen ears 1920-21." Brooker said. I .
ewes .
I J. Parrish of Titusville, J. stay long en the tree a4 belt.es
l! each per acre than-and that totalsup Earl Anderson of Lakeland and a "However, it is probably too I ." reported D. C. S.]..>.. eff .... tlUttlI1Mt
to 3,120,000
"A. Ml E that Horida i more ears- Whitmore represented the citrus much to hope that we may not hurry Ford Rd. ttbMtel
ports :
I' exported 155,000 boxes of oranges selling at up to $5 a crate. r
a4 ...... 'us.f" grapefruit this season as compared with 67,643 Principal producer is Peri.Stultzman credit organization at the three- i be near the beginning of a periodof !I The orange ---. wAYk -- =' !-z: :
ee evae. with 90 Others day parley at Atlantic Beach. readjustment to a lower levelof I bloom weaUi I..1*
eee acid I. si .f grapefruit last year. Statistically there acres. ally over a >
i I with the Floridianswere prices. Whether or not this
..e etaib include Charley Grinnell, Henry Meeting w weeks were teleemwd. tear tpnssfinto CtIII aaas IrnsaeSy
"WB .
e percentages. Of
course, with Florida'spsMu.lhari V. H. Scarborough and S. readjustment is violent, the reper- '
'Thurston John "Red" Sims and a w *k to It ONt. ONIIII rs pttate Wf In' the millions of boxes annually instead of tho us1 Zellwyn Farms. C. Lattimore of Columbia S. C.. cussions on agricultural are likelyto I honey la the "...," crap ef GIlt'I wba .... w .... .
s Js*| .....In' at It, getting Florida citrus to Europe teaches .,picked from stalks standing up to the Production Credit Corp. "Agricultural and nonagricultural 'I The pelBMtto ........ htiw already ...... ll.b. .... ...
*. folkam. thrre whit good fruit we have. Or would-if It' eight feet tall is running almost The group heard a discussionby prices have shared the influences 1&ar1ed..... entail Ilea. w MMrItsrwi
....*...< tfcrw !I. way fit rondition to eat. worm-free. Marvin A. Brooker, professor of industrial prosperityand :through the first of MM mm- rettM
I I "Quality is as fine as any pro- ''I. of Agricultural Economics of the credit expansion in war per- ever, bloiiomi are evffcrtti MM tar 01111. t tltttat0
duced in the country" the former University of Florida Our iods."Over i recent dry ...&btr. .*.*.. ti .-
11 on i
IT UiT or UMMC oianges and grapefruit this year were shipped in I Ohio farmer said. a long period of time ...1./11II/ .t 4.trtake
Economic Situation As It Affects
f titoiia brace boxes stacked maybe 18 high in the hold of a !i Crates are weighing about 56 Florida Agriculture. A. H. WHITMORE agricultural prices have -been : Hardee Fan.it t" t y
I.-u tlla IP w**out refrigeration. And any overseas GI will tell j pounds apiece-10 pounds more I reports on economics"The trending higher relative to nonagricultural County .... sea.es.t 1Ia JJ
+ru ... s I**" ",* Liberty Ship is to travel in. So looking at thee !i than the normal crate of sweet Dr. Harold Mowry director of prices.' Increasing Soil Wwk afj ... M
.... emafced hails and squashed, rotting fruit, they had bought, 'com. i the University Experiment Station general outlook of flor- Prof. Brooker said that it seems ,c....._ c.- Mtn.r tit
rhr t __ reviewed work of the stations ida agriculture is very satisfactory to be the concensus of most observers f ".
a. AMverp and all
the other European ports i :, WAUCHULA SeUUon f7t.sterva- .
in assistingFlorida ." Whitmore said. that unless there should III
.... ...... growers tr i .sta.4
---- "* .. 4 .d.ts
rably impressed ..Until Florida de- plans have beeoj twsplul( .
can Heavy Drop in citrus vegetable, cattle and "The production credit associations be a serious crop failure the peakof
IM.Leda. "l eeunt too much on exports f fresh I. j more than 7S.TM acre toi Ilarteei
\> citrus to reIMi.a'.lllW general crop production. are in good position to work farm prices has been reached ,....
iler! ......... i I County with 97 farmers parttct- "'i c's.p.ana .
jttr a.tb I Plans for 1947-43 were drafted with farmers and growers of the and the future trend will be generally 1 .. .
chatrouHi Altaai
Said paling district Awwtfr -
: No Cause i by the production credit directors. State and can be of valuable assis, downward. i, H. Carlton reported tif ... u..t- Aeaz1gyty 8

KNOW THAT a well-balanced Summer manage- I Of these 73 ranchers and tmrmFOR pf
,*.t.."i I* necessary for success. The two big jobs For Alarm -
e .e .*4+.* pfwdwrn are: the rearing flock and the laying flock. County Ranks Sixth iI | Stem-End Rot
I4..Nag h Important to growing pullets and the Summer shelte "Growers should not be alarmedat SAUGRAPEFRUIT
w antes to trronimeBded as providing adequate ventilation with- heavy droppage of fruit at the i iIn. I I

M* .*ilfc Omrrowding should be avoided. Plenty of feed .mostly present to time a natural because thinning it is due ; ..-.. E
a.4 ***** a4 spat. _h..ld be provided tt) grow pullets with large .Orange County Agricultural Agent All Orange Trees : Caution Urged fII&
A...... sod .f n flnbrd bodies. Birds shouldn't be permitted to Fred Baetzman said yesterday. al r. I !! t

...... .tot prodwlion" to* early and proper sanitation is a must. i i "The one exception is where I. Ills e at
M.b4, w .... developing birds should be culled.lfriM !trees were damaged by the February Orange County ranxs sixth among the nation's 50 leading I (ISpectc! to The Sundov Sen*'ne'-Stcr' ] I This fruit from ou- packing' ho sue *k iii .*. *.* **., .... a.aperatwns .___
freeze which is showing up orange growing counties, the U. S. Bureau of the. Census TAVARES-With the advent of J Ji art > 'fwwri 'u .........,.
I''in weak bloom." : reported yesterday. the watermelon shipping season I Grope fruit, )5c pw 5
\ MMMM) TO the laying nock, birds that have been in i 1. E. Norris
R. urged
pro- said County Agent
The County Agent dry Thirty Florida counties, headed by Polk, are among
dWMm fwr a tone time inclined : to use precaution Oranges" 75c jt 'I to '" I
are to lose weight and should weather during\ early. Spring\ nre- growers every
the in the United States according to the 1945
50 agri-
top I
I* tag w ssstim normal weight so as to reduce seasonal produc- vented the.spread: of melanose. I against stem-rot, serious. dis- ;
tiL .. !I nl. Reuses should be thoroughly cleaned and sprayed "Now is a good time to check' i cultural census figures. ease of melons in transit which I; I
Polk third in the nation, had
r wMlr>. ...". If fcce appear, a sodium fluoride dust should be 1 for rust mites and scale crawlers" I j jBaetzman Muckland/ Use Plan 3,431,926 orange trees, while accounts for a great financial loss. 1

flint -.-..sheuld be culled. and when jhe, salvage value of a hen added. i I Orange had 2.319,993. Lake, I To control the disease melons i
in the
should be handled gently
to IMMNT .. her werth in the* nock* send* her to the market.f !'State Forest Service j In Glades Studied I eighth 316 orange in the trees.U. S, had 1,585- I, field and in loading operations. .; LUMBB E t

When melons are cut in the
f\ W n. CHANDLER who should know after a life-long career To Furnish Seedlings i By Army Engineers The 20 Florida counties report-i field a three-inch stem should
** M fceftkaHiuM. at the University of California at Los Angeles! Orange County Agent Fred I ed 15,435,655 orange trees of all ', beleft. When the melons are load- I
keMi ef gf...lng bois and girls in such poorly.fed islands as the State Forest Service Is makIng I PANOKEE A preliminary 40 per cent of the nation's 38.- re-cut: to a length of one inch BUILDING i
JMMfe. Tr4. I a special.effort to fill all I study by Government engineers is and painted with a good fungi-
44ad and rverto Rico. Little has been done In the 850.840 orange trees. .
from under way now of a plan to util- Flooring Pie Ms I ....
.. orders of pine seedlings '
runt seal lafrriUn ef the Mexican foot and mouth disease, which ize of muckland: St. Lucie County was 11th with : cide.Repuglar commercial bordeaux I
baa mend I. a .UU.n farm animals, and USDA officials are urging i owners.In farmers. and other small land- south 1500.000 and east acres of Lake Okeechobee 702.821 orange trees: Hillsborough < may be used provided it is thin e Sash e Doors eliMrlp talc ....... ... t
a f.*d ..,..,. tight fence along the lightly patrolled boundary toe for farming 12th with 690.894, Brevard 13th ned with water to the consistencyof .
for I =
trees ,
.... .t stay rattle Slanted floors in farrowing houses are order next to secure December and < with 650,377; Indian River 14th paint,"Norris said. Sash Locks e BinMm I Iiue/aew( ... ...

..... *. M" U... ef little pigs since the mother pig is likely to January planting, orders must be received j The, according land would to be the made Federal arable with 647,143. Volusia 16th with "Care should be used to avoid : e Cabinets. S

.....t H* Mfk "4e ef the Pf'nhfn she lies down, and thus avoid before Sept. 1, Baetzman said. plan by pumping water out and 614788. making the paint too thick. It
Others in Central Florida should be applied immediately to
e.w..... kttte pig banthed en the low side. Remittance for trees must accompany building dikes around the sections Marion. 20th with 485.098. Semi-were the freshly cut stems in the car' AnJPHILLIPS .., MNr A/Nlil
--- -- the orders. most suitable for farming. ;I nole 24th with 364,488. Osceola i i with a paint brush. The cut ends I

I Col. Willis E. Teale. district en- 31st with 169,067, and Sumter 38th should be gathered up and removed i
Soil District Plans gineer from Jacksonville, explained with 79,592.Reservations. I' from the car as it Is loaded" INNIML ,
Coming Events Election of that the growers would' I I
Supervisor share a large part of the cost. He Due I i Tularemia. an infectious disease PHONE tom, NI1'S. cN '
.. w-cMIl11"l Metag, Growers & Shippers League Orlando. tSoec: to The Sunday Sentinel-Start" estimates that it would cost $2-4' ape! to Ts> Sun-to/\ Sentinel-Star] to humans, occurs in rabbits
.. Contention Florida Vegetable Committee. TAVARES member of the acre for about 25 years to change' TAVARES Citrus and squirrels. t
board of supervisors of the Lake the land into rich farmland. An
who plan to attend the 14th
Drat W-..... Watermelon Festival. Leesburg. Soil Conservation District will be I outline of the plan Is scheduled to nual Citrus Growers Institute an- :
,.. *--Clalakla eC Tomorrow Contest, Jacksonville. elected July 8. I be presented to the Army chief of at Camp McQuarrie, Aug. 25-29.
J1ata t.11 -....,... Dnr Industry Assn.,Convention, Miami Beach. o Growers may vote at either i engineers by Dec. 1. should make their reservations I IWedtlw
Clermont Tavares. The termof i .
Jest l. Braheaan OHUe Sale. Arcadia. 'or 8. f early with County Agent R. E.
W. A. Hunt expires July 1iy
.At11 ..__-OMnu Orewers Institute Camp McQuarrie. Other members of .the board. | Cattle Gcining Weight Norris institute manager. A GIVE YOUR BUILDINGS{
-. 1 iAlawM Peuetry Institute. Camp McQuarrie. whose terms do not expire, are J. 1 PUNTA GORDA Charlotte full program of education and
era. ttAMeeUUon. of Soil Conservation District Super- C. Rogers. LeesburgChairman; J. i, County pastures are in very good -recreation- is being arranged.
.trssa. o.IL H. Kauffman. Eustis; Charles Z. condition now, and cattle are gaining -

.... ..-. vaster County Breeders Show and Rodeo Webster. Osborne. Umatilla; W. A. L. weight rapidly according to I I
Ori4hM. hands. Aberdeen-AnBUs Show and Sale, Ocala. Booth, Mascotte. '1! County Agent N. H. McQueen. MtJf _

Or t >m-n> Aaental Meeting, Florida State Horticultural. Society.

4M f>Hen uii. !j Light Lime Crop Reported KOHLERLIGHTING ROOFS FOR LIM I IJtLtsz j bEUII

I By HERB MOSHER (Prospect for the Summer. For a
Havana Has Shortage -I lOur Own Staff Correspondent] (time it looked like there would PLANTSThere's
I lnitU. I. be avocados at all, despite ; _
GOULDS-Cold weather in the hardly any \ Iii
Of Beef, Prices High 1 a very heavy bloom. The S
PIPE-SPMNKLERS north has resulted in a limited I : a KOHLER power plant ijc ,
'Spc'!:10! to The Sundoy., Sentinel-Star] I I limes young: fruit dropped heavily. for everpurpose.. All parts In _
PUMPS ENiWES t I demand for the early Persian : Tire avocados are getting stock. Complete repaIr service
I HAVANA-Beef continues to be ;from this leading producing area larger, now and can be seen available round i
ret wove AND FARMS virtually unobtainable In the Cuban : but fortunately supplies of early i j I easier and every time I go out the-clock. Since f
"'nre I capital except at high black > limes have been light, said John- and look the groves over I see un f fy

I -' "' ;0";. market prices. ny Mathers grower-shipper. I more fruit but we still have the
I Cattle owners and processors decontrolof i,> Lime growers and shippersare i drop period to face," he declared. FARm&HOrnrnAijln .
I. are asking for complete hoping the weather In the "We Just won't have any mangoes -
livestock and livestock products. I Northern States will be much in these parts," Mathers said. ,.
Marketing of cattle is expected to ; warmer within a few weeks, "There may be some few mangoes R (
increase during June July and ; .
( when a somewhat heavier move- .
Auirtut as the rainy season begts i ment of limes starts. -
f j 430 W. ROBINSON APE. cOALAn00tLeat
cattle fattened on <
and !
Supplies will be heavier July 1, i I but here around Goulds there just A
I .___ pasture. I I I Mathers said., though the lime I i iI' ain't any this Summer." \
on the whole is light throughout !
crop \ rivjfc i '
5* :; :4Ii.: -=
the Florida lime belt this year. '
I' Mathers explains that 'after a < ASPHALT RUBBER 8 CORK TILE
Line of
A Complete good crop of limes had set there ; jf
t was a tremendous drop. So many i LINOLEUM AND BROADFEtT. FLOOR COVERING I >t| .

GROVE AND FARM 'I limes declare fell to the that ground not that even growers halfof C WILL1X 8 WRIGHT TILE GO. ( -------.- ,

what they expected will be har- 1200 I N. Mills St. Orlando Phone 5216 ft!
this and maybe con- .. fI1N the. rd allll-tc, *+
:vested year ='* IS A nooroc:' rAm that's ItClldiJy mess 4IiI

TIONEQUIPMENT siderably"Prices less have than been half.pretty good i making friends all over the South. And -to cart ky *e ,.. far .U U w+ rfmuHun .

IIIIGA on limes for the small supply with good reason, too for what other roof reefef .. MM. ... pf *..f
said.moving so far this season," he SMALL LOTS SURPLUS SALEThe ing provides the beauty the lifetime protection .itself ia ***. ,.ot ai iia .4.lut. rMt." +w/

The avocado situation, said of aluminum? For y.- ... rse.. .. llararM

Mathers "looks better as the days EVIRWIAR Aluminum Roofing-English EPTS4tsaka a.i.lf1... .. I _
go by." Salvage Officer. Orlando Army Air Base will accept S.V.cn..w V3e :
and sheet Is-Imp-A *
slate style Shingles 5-Y-Crimp num ,I
However, only a.shon crop. sealed bids for useful surplus Items on display In Building
will and See ......, wristy **<- 4Birf
T-2089, located in the Headquarters Area from 9:00 ajn. roofing- save you money, year-in p al
I 11 June 1947 until 2:00 p.m. 18 June 1947 [Saturday and year-out, by ,eliminating expensive roof. our fa0f/gy.wa r1!
DISTRIBUTORS OFf I DRILLEDAnywhere 1 1I Sunday excluded], This sale, consisting of over 200 Its is .
In for the general public. Listed are a few of the items in this S maintenance. For aluminum cannot rustor Contractors, luIWeH .. t 1j

***"* Florida Agricultural Sprinklers I sale: rot can never shrink or warp.
q..g., Made+'eUPte Gamer-Denver Centrifugal I I Increase At ....... i"n4 1- ****)*
Guonorwta Aluminum gives a lifetime of perfect service
Continental r
.. Domestic increase r t >b* e* $
tM IntI.line Power Units, Diesel En- Electric Fans Garden Tools -never requires painting or repair. It jwurerty ;: i i
Acces- n1..1 .I' --estr-
Light l
... ...w L ..Johna)4anlines.. SIZE Dental Supplies ; Wheel Barrows oft'in better protection,too,by keeping
.. TfeMfte Pipe, Buckner sories.PTPRVALVES r EVT.ITIIIrcr !Ilstalrtilfi ((5.... "4u4 fc* e !
ANT DEPTH Anvils Mess TraysPrescription 'homes tight and weatherproof. Aluminum J
r cft ftWwrC tte t
-FITTINGS FOR HOME- Carpenter Tools Scales roofing keeps buildings cooler in summer I I IeM'll

RANCHOR Binoculars ,,-,I Vises by reflecting the sun's rays-warmer in 1
c.-.ldt Irrigation Systems GROVE Desks Mechanic's Tools winter by keeping the heat inside. Aluminum 7U1a l i t ti
Office Chairs Blower [electric:]. i
is one of the best insulating materials .. I
SERVICE-ESTIMATES J Filing Cabinets Photographic Supplies Ink at tkis Uw PtI..r j
IIHIINIIEJUNG \ We Guarantee __ known! r
Drafting Tools Blankets "
; '
e .
N Water or No Oxygen Tanks ,c_ ,- Radio PartsPlumbers Expensive? No, indeed! The initial cost ..c.. Uumimmm ayamaze

I Pay I Cross-Cut SaWI' Tools of EVXBWIAK Aluminum Roofing is only .

Band Saw Portable Organs .
We will gladlygiye I Fire Extinguishers KltchenwareElectric \ ,V f '

yonFREE Warehouse Trucks Supplies, Ou1lim / \\"\ b e

Estimates I' /' S S1 4- I

SPECIAL NOTICE-Read carefully the instructions and
conditions on Bid Sheet.
i General Offices Savannah Ca. ''
I of'
For further information call Captain Darnell or Mr. Bethke. Ftctory-Bntnch Varrhoasrt fat 3

374.PHONES'IIS.S3DW.CHURCH 5T. LIBBY & 'Phone 2-0761'Extenslon 1737. Savannah,Ciu Albany Ca. Columbia S.C. Ealeil6.yt.C. ;:

nQ801 ..I I I :711 :W. Church St. TeL 9865 I Birmingham,Ala. Battietbarg Miu. Orlando,IlL NuhTE e,T caa. -

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>_!it : toft 30 ___ ulr;( unilll: !__' _rnttnr1- !-tar Orlando, Florida, June 8, 1947_ i Barney J. Cohen Again Elected Third Jaw Opwm1igw

OftUUUBTheJ 11t --

.. otiM IrteM1 .. .. ._' 1
4 t Head of Public .. ....
O aialert ... ...... .
atF re-elected president YWJ"'I ........ b ...
f J. Cohen. Orlando, was tw 1..t
Barney and Tax tai .tI rletlu. ha. ref
: of the new Florida Assn. of Public Bookkeepers while Ie" Nel.eiea tb A Yv...US Msr -

Consultants in convention at the Angebilt Hotel today .a .....W fa rtir_ .i (ltiIttfeplN

T. C. Wooten, also of this city, was re-elected secretary. iwr..... Ie d.t'. rata. ,- Sff

.Y Lloyd Brown, Jacksonville, was reelectedalong treasury. ...., Ilk ..rpx1tWt '

I with these vice presidents.( I I %$L It IIA1'l I .11

''E. B. Ebbing. Jacksonville. P. L I ire to the pfople." he said" 'y.I I II I JMtU8MUI 4, 1... _.
Talla- will have their support. wfir..I ..'. ....
: J. E. Keflig. NO"
.ri. Ceijas, Tampa; Jill
Becker Miami. I "We are not an oppositional .- aM 11 ..n .nl-.1M t.....
k ; hassee: David L.
certified public M- hand r'.."... ........
to vhe a
j From some 30 cities US .yr". .P,'rlti.M
attended. countants" said Cohen. "We hope dunul a rta'i't

members. I define a te
committees can
Two Miami directors, Steve I
pF in.a I of demarcation between their
McCrimmon and W..Lee Barber !
E. B. group and ours. y gK
elected along with:
were A dance last night followed the ........ ,....-.
7 St.
F. ,
Gay, Orlando; business session, and today at
k .. ..ssrwwe /
\ :; Petersburg; F. A. Clan Tampa; ; pm. in the Chamber of Commerce a's4M \ ..*' ap .
State Atty. Gen. J Tom po- ..
Earl Bldg.
VII'- C. W. George Jacksonville: Watson will address the association. ,1A.t L-1a.- .....

+ w i Campbell Starke; J. W. Ryan and .

e, a ,. a. Mrs. Estella Palmer, Pensacola; F. -- -- -

/ r al' ,. M. Sherry Clermont.
M ___ I luncheon
I Surprise speaker at a
__ j!
session.. Rep. Alex Akerman con-

I i 4 ; $ gratulated growth of their the organization bookkeepers sinceit on Barbecues EL PA 11 tJ .....

a. s was founded here two months .
-- __ ago. and cited indications that 97 "Dancing under the iton"n.n

cent of small merchants in . .
per "
Arnold and his nrrhtfB. Wf<*' d >*4 'e
: Orlando favored the bill which put S. ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL Oft* .*.. S l II I I M
ie : them in a recognized; position.
with sentiment similar in the rest
rI I of the State.

"As: long as TOO render serr- lint
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Medals THE GALLUP POLL I I Pine Castle NewsPINE .w'n '"

\ Legion CASTLE-Mitae Burgessand Miners Called i :: 7: :, :t

To Be Awarded Public Feels Truman' Kenneth the American Putman Legion yesterdayheld Citizen- i

: ship Awards given annually to PaidWASHINGTON n
Wednesday graduates of Pine Castle schools. Highest NOW OPENFirst

The elementary school banner ,
tjjt.... nf tut American Should AllowedTo award went to the third grade TUP1 The soft its kind in Orlando
taught by Airs. Essie Johns. In
.. In Orlando PIZZERIAItaliaa
tal wthr1 the junior high school, W. J. coal industry, facing a work stop-
I Will* /rMa ef Memorial Brown's seventh grade receivedthe page July 7, said last night that [ Cheese and Tomato Pie]

... N /a ill. rMltaf mMiR at Veto Labor Bill Parts banner award. This year's miners are the nation's highest SUNSHINE PATIO

''ice Iwlw 1Me WtMnHl atE graduates include: paid industrial workers" "if they I I
Doris Harrell Sammie Gooel, ,, will just work full time. 400 X. Parramor West of tile loves
0tw ...Fair! .Ground ogle
I Betty Jean Bennett. Buster EnC It asserted wages have risen
: WAMTT' MW .... c. StewartM I By GEORGE GALLUP \, nose Mary Putcb Verbon Eden- so much in !six years that outputper Home. Made Hot Tamales -
Dire: or, Amer'T3n Inst tute of Public Opinion And "toiI
Beak I field. Paula Burns. Robert $10 of paid had declined -
Jj** drain OrtMMM j Kemp wages Real Cuban Sandwirhe I -
PRINCETON N, J.-Many Presidents-and Mr. Tru-1
Mitsie Burgess Evert Worden, i 46.2 cent since 1910.
Olio 'MM M NM Md 1IIar : per Pizzas and riot Tamales Prepared j
r man is probably no exception-have wished that they : Jackie Wham. Hal Burch, June !I The National Coal Assn.. spokesman to Take Out
"t I; ilrr Eiut 1 CbMvkreMM9 could veto parts of bills,sent by Congress for White House Entzminger, Kenneth Putman, for the industry. said in a BEER AND WINE PHONE ttJS I sr
ast : 11M/e ee and I, Betty Sue Stephens, George Anderson bulletin to members that in 1940 [Open SundaJ'-Clos.d Monday) :.

\ ::,. AMV* iMBWtal Jut- approval. Sylvia Macy, David Willis, the output per $10 of wages paid Olivia dcllaiio"
With a momentous veto decision confronting Mr. Tru- j Virginia Floyd,Wayne Edns Shirley .
Oriel Wi NMMMI r .Lou ..... P1... done JBMt (min In the shape of the labor 'f Kauffman. Leo Floyd. Ginger: : association said it was only 4.9 I t II '' tl fa+
\1' 0t ..... ,> |* Mw and union control bill the President example what does It mean | Wham Cecil Padgett. Sadie Bell : tons. It said the reason was wage S s ant/ IcwAyrcs -
...... a JA, CMiMteM must under the Constitution either I when the President vetoes a bill i Hodges. Charles Domini. Joyce boosts. L.+t
a- reject the measure in whole or accept sent him by Congress?" Malmberg, Betty Jean EWridge The association said it had no
it in whole. Some students of ,, Verlie Winegard and Muriel Les- desire to debate the questions involved '
.: tb BiIf .'/1 ass ahtlt .....alIe Kovernment hare felt that this I I Eight out of every 10 voters in Now ati
the currently-deadlocked
t. Mir !. *.. Ik. MJI ter.Alathean of the e t1' 1 !
should be changed that the [polled (80 per cent] gave a correct Class Baptist negotiations for a new contract,
a .....uU.. tlas.eaYO will hold its June
tiM President should have the powerto while 20 cent Sunday school to replace the Government work ShowjpgLouls
U bra ir.rt> pick out parts of bills for disapproval I answer per meeting at the home of :Mrs. J. J.
** %>....... .! lutrae- ), especially in the case of i I gave either an incorrect answer or Redditt Friday evening. _agreement... expiring June 30. -t Hayward r,
..fct.i. ...II. U r.U appropriations bills. Isaid they didn't know. The SOS Club will meet tomorrow IA a New Monte Crises Hit I
04 eaf.laled .. ftMJ& The 80 cent who indicated at 7.3 pm. with Martha Bow-
There is wide public support per "The Return of
I \
Otlisetuhip.iav f.r this contention. I correct knowledge were asked: ,man.Pine Castle Women's Club will I Summer Set Monte Cristo"With

1ft hlyOl n LOLL' Saris A survey by the Institute finds I "At the 'present time when meet Wednesday at 2:30 pm. in
II ..... ._... ......... that among people who know whata Congress passes a bill the Presi- the parish house. All members are Barbara- Britton- THOMAS MITCHELL rt 0 ri.

httletera. ... Lila. -**.. Curb are veto Is. sentiment is overwhelm- I I I dent cannot veto parts of that bill. urged to be present. Date of meet- l"r RICHARD! tCRC.> CHA8l [ US CtttYUUS .111
....... 11IiIIIIII1- tBfftjr in favor of permitting aPresident ings have been changed to Wednesday -
it taRtlrr tilt= NItAt. to veto some items in a 'I but must accept it in full or veto KS OrtaM A_07-92) KdtafMy It_.
.1"*t wI bill without vetoing the whole i it. Do you think this should be ,, Rampy Burdick will have chargeof -- .
-- -- mraiture changed so that the President can the morning service in the
=Where Dfccrn? fm People Co'* '
Ml f T RET .' 4I' In probing the public's attitude Methodist Church Sunday. June
bill with-
veto SOME items in a
-- A mf.m A .MM rftul'lW'd' several questions were asked to bill 8 in the absence of the pastor, t 1 1 tw
entire ?
I' .... fill P1RriM .. /p.Rel find out how much people knowabout. out vetoing the I the Rev. C. C. Blair. aoe
c=:: The vote .of those who gave a
out u'-.u. Mrmtm the subject of vetoes. correct definition 180 per centlwas Women's Society of Christian 1I CLIICOCKTAIL y 12:43 R. r
m "*ot. t., a Lab "Will )*n tell me what the Service will be held at the parsonage N011 S80XIN9

ITM *.etV means to yen? For Yes: _'...._-_._____...._.49i Thursday at 2:30 pm. :Mrs.E. LOUNGE MAR SItt i

.i i No. ....._...__..-..___._21 W. Roe president, will preside. OM OrUndt-Sanfw* Missy lMtwMa Maitlaad...d AlUnwnt T'L W. P. In1L. ,.... ,,-'
Annie Willoughby Circle will
t 1! Don't know..._._.:..._.... 10i ---- -- --- JJ it -
i serve supper to the Men's Club K /ARA+IKAY

I t 1 1t t i EISEN SCHOOL OF DANCING i 80% : church house Thursday organization'evening.the. parish DANCING TONIGHT 1 1L AMl :

The favorable ratio is more I Mrs. Barbara Wigman is visiting AT
; i ANNOUNCES than 2.to1.Opinion .
her son, the ev. Willie Wig-
the matter of vetoing PARK
i AMI __ ttMRarr ....... IB .*.. ballet and aerobatics parts of bills was tested once in* her son the Rev. Willie Wig- cLcui
H. A. McGtll has gone to join I.M PM. to 12 P.M.
; !! ra1M1 ll0eE .. O11h at t mm foe btpmr ers ao4 advanced : before in 1945. During that years :I his wife in Hopkinsville, Ky. KNOWLTOVS LAKESIDE ORCHESTRA.

tttip Congressional session. Senator I II : Mr. and Mrs. George Betts are ZH Miles South at Orlando on Old Dixie Highway
E t
i of
Vandenberg Michigan proposed
18 UHens for $10.0O-ENROLL NOW!! I I I I visiting relatives in Dayton. Ohio.
to allow the President to veto,' Mrs. J. H. Gardiner and son,
*Wfll HYIR ST. PHONE 9528 I parts of appropriations bins. His i 1 Billy who have been visiting in 1
i 3 proposal died in committee but an Mobile, returned home Thursday.
I Institute poll at the time found I I
I Mrs. Alvin Hook attended San- '
,' the public for it by a substantial ;: ford High School graduation ex- IOEAIR.fDlt i "#

majority.To I ercises this week. TONIGHT = Ply
'I see how many voters are accurately : Mr.
and Mrs. A. A. Batten St.
I FREE BICYCLES FREE informed about Congressional -i i, Petersburg, are visiting his sister,
f t powers in regard to a veto Mrs.\ Ralph Harris. CAESAR & CLEOPATRA
the Institute put this question tq lla Technicolor
I the 80 cent who indicated correct VIVIAN LEIGH CLACDE RAINES r qqii1iD
: t Olilit1.1 !!.*... (...(.' ).. UU bait time UllSflf rn.rr: knowledge per of the meaning Achievement! "CARTOON": "LATEST WORLD :SEWS"
;; t t>..i.rr4 kr tb* local TOM'S the word nto."If First Show 7.45 Complete Show *T m It.MChiUre
r N1 .Mnk.Ur Tbto to poor contest M, get the President vetoes a bill MOSCOW [API Comrade .tler Twelve III Can Admitted Free

a tellyo...It..41 by .('at.( ... .( three newCMM Congress override his veto?" Vakhtant Davidovich TsitsishrOi
U. ...... hIM II. can received yesterday a Stalin prizeof
The results show the public
very I of 50,000 rubles for achievement Gary 3971 S. Orange
: .. well informed. in 194S. His achievement: Inventing --t-. Starling's niiriIKI UUvr\IN Blossom Trail
; I a new kind of cojnae We serve the same delicious foods from. noon tOt 5 that 1 i'i
T Yes it can override ....... 70 a f
1 called Jubilee. the eveninC'J
6'i No. It can't __.._.._ 4 you get during 'I ia
O a.Ilia
I f NM- RAD10' Don't know ._ _-a _m 6g0 I \f French JUMBO SHRIMP $1.25 'i 1,
t '
Fried ..
M UH STATION MORZnED.NESDAY % :, Russian Slays American OM UOAMUYHOtrt / Laos

'' flu I Dining Rooif Onfy *> MONTHS ON HVM4t t
K 1 Mf The next question in the quiz Soldier Then Kills Self c
tr.a s
was this: I, NOWONTHESdEBt> I!
ri FRANKFURT. Germany I,APIAn :;
_. t,1, JUNE 18th "[low much of a majority is .' American soldier. name with- + sal<1 sir
required for the Senate and
held, was shot to death at Hof
House to override Presidential
I yesterday. The Army said the
i "
veto? "
i slayer, a Russian who had crossed -"
t I The correct answer a two-
illegally from the Russian occupation -
I thirds majority-was given by 44per
committed suicide.
cent of all voters. .
t l J, I Mit M. ......'. r... SCORE 1 credit point fort I People who have had college -- --

...,. 0.44.4 peaRs" each Se wrapper: 2 points training scored high on the definition Read the article starting m
Pate S. Jane Reader Digest
of what a veto is and did wen Roce
> i ..a.Iet sad o*-4f. for rah lie wrapper on the question of whether Con- : li4R.88
gress can override one. On the
y matter of bow large a majority : You Be Sued?" :;;: wid1M11H14f1dfE1W0YjO1
*st W. COKE Avg to override two out
es n* MI wmrrtu TO Is required
m Milt TOP ... BOY r /1. ORUINDOtt of every 10 college trained persons .See us forComprehensive Bar fA Restaurant ysE t>81! (hM01; I II

...... b ..' tff .'*** M.s ahe a* JM TOM'S DEALER interviewed didn't either know muffed while the eight answer Personal Open Open6PJA.T1H
.. ..... or / ;
.ettshu" ItdNvr got it right.WARSAIV. Liability 9 A.M. 'TiUAI on y
$10,000 for $1UO Midnight Midnight J
1 GEOLOGIST DIES $50.000 for $1150 I
ifrPLTOASTED WARSAW tAP Prof. Karol : $100,000 for $14.00 I Restaurant

atrE WtOa r OR too Bohdanowicz Institute, 82.director National and Geological discoverer -\ Hall Bros. Agency ON THE WINTER GARDEN ROAD ,2 MILES FROM ;
4g War t
i / >n.", i MMe Wtle tat the Coliseum of uranium deposits in I 11: N. Orange TeL 5189. DRIVE IN CITY LIMITS DRIVE IN .

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League Meet l'I Scout Council Orlando, Florida, June 8/1 1941_ l tike unDait: .8ttdtutl-5tu' Page 31 r I Moose Lodge ensCfTRAt ..,.. w.rr rill -

....... ...... ........ .. ..
Here Tuesday Fl RIDASvhotoqi4oe4 The Sunday Sentinel-Star Radio ProgramSilver l Session TomorrowThe tae wr.....,. -- ..
tlMaba .eL
I second meeting of the newly t..f

Staff Is Named Theater, replacing "Adventures of Ozzie WDBO SM) Wt-Or (1130) WORZ (", instituted Orlando Lodi tt the wee :eret8I :
Draw 200 7:13: Baptist Hr. __ Oreaa Reveille _Oran Krcital oat
and Harriet" at 5 pm. over WDBO brings Staats 7"30 Decision Now ___ Oran RT ilI. Cburcti .f Christ 'Loyal Order of the Moose will b. ertiafc ila** -E.. 1
and Mary Jane Higby in a play _J;::45 Rtr. Bob Jones Orgio BertUl! __ Charcb ct Christ .. '
... Cotsworth. Jostyn .
7 M t .
t -at 'M aw M ..... tM : held tomorrow at p m > OaI tl'trei.dg. OLa
._ "Air_-WorI4N.----
........ yep BUff members for the Central P \ by Therese Lewis "Guardian Angel story of a 8t)0 B')IS Ne Reolr! Valley-__ Chnrrt Cbireti ef of Air lucerne Opt Time the Sty Room of the Aneellh IIP',.t .,ws. 1 Ia _
tAew Me M. W.rW. Boy Scout Cow ctl'a hoe I retired businessman who bequeaths a fortune to a 8:30: Rralro calla Evaniel Hour Methodist Church Hotel. it was announced' VMtrrte* ese erro! .. ly it-< '.- /IF
....... WI eeteetal Itw lNt1 8:4: $ Johnson Family ._ ETaniel Hour __ Methodist>> CbafU ,:. .
tea Officers of the
__. ,, Lake Camp,Ocala National Forest. young lady. 9-Oo'newi ___hBlbleCIasa .._ Sews ____ new lodge an-
M Ne !. ekvea. aid .... aM Camp William E. Howard IIr I Wayne King, his orchestra, narrator Franklin 9-15 Listen to l>b-rt Bible Clan .--_ Music bT Sweetla -
tIIIi" lilts a vocalist Douglas, are heard 9:30 Christ for World VOlee of Propbrcy Chosen People ...
Reny MMy McCormick and Larry
Pal. were announced yesterday HAMLET POGUE 0.45 Christ for World Veke Prophecy The Harmonairee
t... .. .....* at M 1MBm't .bjr Plod over WORZ ata 8 pan. 1000-Kevt -.__ Arthur via- Horn. Desica! for-Ll.Vn* ORMOND A *( !
.. 1"\\r....r..ee III (" UN Executive John L. Shutt. THE QUESTION .1 A Church Mouse starring Basil Rathbone and 10:15: C7iildcroft Prm _. Paoline Alpert DesKa! far Urt'M /f| .
Doe 10:30 Volre of Fropbrcy. Reclining! !Stand! Men
L4 t 'rku.t. ...,.y7.M Lake Camp which was What would you think of developing Pamela Brown, the English actress, is the Theater Voice of Propfcecr ReTietrlnc Stand BrethreaSTe.Pim_ I IAir
..,... ........ IN.IecI. this year from the U. S. Pine Castle AirBase I Guild production over WLOF at 10 p.m. iI-Oo'silt Late Choir: Methodist Church Plat Prt bVm. Ch MH? "YOUR TRAVEL At! .J
BW the
tI- .......... UT Service will be operated 11-15 Salt Lake Choir Methodist Chuck Pint Pmb,'. Ch
tm IltrlBMat ....
the CBS Symphonyin
ete I Collins conducts
.h the : Anthony 11:30: Music for Sunday Xethodls&cll1m:1a: Am. Medical As.1l.
? Boy Scouts from June 15'! Into Orlando's municipal >
M .. ... adlMaeb W. w.. Jl Ie July 20. with an additional a program which includes Dvorak's Symphony in 11:45 Male for Sander Methodist CnartM Am. Medical Assa. Bus and Suomifctf T.<......
airport j 1200GasPe! __ 9ho eue America flatted.
Os,.. ... U8 U there is sufficient E Minor Rossini's Overture to The Siege of Corinth Hour Mutual America United Tours and Cruises eel 4A W -
i 12-15 Gospel Hour Mutual Showcase .>.''s, .. ..
+ t.... I THE ANSWERS and Elgar's Wand of Youth. Suites one and two. 12:30 Gospel Hour Did They Ask Ten Univ. ef Chieaco
g- '_',*" MB* * :. leather In Memorial Jerry Johnson, trailer repair !; Heard at 2 pm. over WDBO. "l.OO-Few.-P..eneW-__-Did"They 'Ask-Yea RCA-Victor Shew E. PINE ST.Don't ,lie I. 1-

... ..... ... -.w etp. fcflia.!" hu been appointed camp shop operator Winter Garden Rd.; Today only Design for Listening is replaced by 1:15 UO: News Hires to Renew! Von __ Did Sammy They Roe Ask Yow. Hews RCA Victor- -Show.

eseeelMI4 d w9 tlaeffir? ...,.. tirrrtatr. : "I do not believe the Pine Castle The Medical Centennial at 10 ajn. over 'WORZ. 1.43Hires_ u You = Kaye-Fact-Pte'a Proudly--We HaflL
.....lb Ie1IIiI"r-j, ha4ui. He vill be assisted by John E. Participants Include the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Fulton J. -2 00 cas'Symphony Open i -House __,.. Sunday Matins .
for .
base. is too far from the city __
...... wle Sr... tMfTWtr Afctett. Holly Hill program director Sheen of Catholic University: Dr. Ralph Cooper 2:1)2:30: CBS CBS Symphony Symphony Opea Lutheran Hone Hour Sunday Sunday Matinee.Matinee.. ,
am ...... a tr.M*. : Harry Britton. Daytona a municipal airport Hutchinson Lafayette College president and Rabbi 2.45 CBS Symphony Lutheran Hour _, Sunday' _Matinee .
Brh. handicraft director: Jim and as the Joshua Liebman Temple Israel of Boston. 3.00 CBS-Symphony Rouse ef Mystery. Sunday Matinee.:: Be Penny Wbt
base is 3.15 CBS Symphony House of Mystery. Sunday Matine
-wee ... ......et't Franklin. Orlando waterfront director Maryla Jonas brilliant Polish pianist whose :Sao Hour ef Charm .True Detective! Author Meets Crt(
... '- tag' iNtNi .y ..tYtdd.otro : Howard Gould Orlando, right In Orlando, family was killed in Warsaw by the Gestapo and *3'43 Hour of Charm __ True Detective! __-Autll'r- meet. rrtUc
I think the move 4'00F&m !; HoaiUadfr _
F Mamtnary officer and Warren who recently made her debut in Carnegie Hall! Is __ ._. _
would be logical.! 4 15 Family Hour Under Arrest KBC Symphony
1** yrA = Orainte. Orlando first aid man. WLOF. 4.30 Boggy Carmichael Lee Bweetland NBC Symphony and Pound Foolish
O Planes landing over
v ..
In addition. Burdick will have 4 43 Joa. Harsch-Xewa. Lee Sweetland.KBC_Symphony
"" .t" ......... ...... a Junior staff composed of Don and taking off over Wlof. -5'00-Sliver-Theatre.' _-Those We1 sta :. 'Sacred-Heart-= i
,. are a constant :I II The Family Hour Summer series Is opened by 3 15 Silver Theatre._ Tboae Webster Dave Rose Oirn. .
... K.Uer Huth Whitehead. Marvin
E ,1 xia V.-., I 5:30: Kate Smith Nick Carter __. Adnrs Ellen Ones!
tt.D.* -.4. 1,. I" it- Lr'e Ivry, Gene McCree and Nor- danger to the Eileen Farrell, soprano, and Charles Fredericks 5:43: Kate Smith ___ Kick Carter .__ AdTtra Klery Quea Protect your rakeble 4.11wby
MFa 't" 1 n{d,tto .an Ty Smith, all of Orlando,and I homes and people ,, baritone, at 4 pjn. over WDBO. Light opera selections -6:00: -Gene! Antry--==:-Drew Pearson The Jack-Poor-_ I.
Richard Upson. Daytona. I living around the Lad 6:15: Gene Autrr Don Gardiner __. The Jack Poor ._ availing ytwMtf. *f 9*
I include Tierney's Ranger Song Tommy 6'3O Blondle ___nrtrt story Told Rocue'a Gallery__ I
..i81er e.We ruse .tMtd Camp Howard. the) council's Johnson present site. Pine i by Margetson, Summertime and Stars In My 6:45 Blondie ____-- Gram Story Told. Rotue'i Gaiery.: I
.. }., : I7tl NVir ROT Scout ramp will be '\Castle offers safer and larger facilities -7.00 San Spade Mediation Board-:-Stars ej Tomor'ew
....*'.4 from June 29 to July than the one in use now." Eyes.Jack 7:13 Sam Specie Mediation Board Star .f Tomor'ew CERTIFIED COLD SfOW-sV
-- 1 1te. _____ ____
!' Parr, comedian who gained recognition for 7:30 Crime Doctor Record Shop Kenny Baker
I II with possibly a fourth week i I 7.43 Crime Doctor ____ Record Shop-__ Here' to Jeterans
If the demand requires j i J. P. Donovan tavern operator, his appearances with the Armed Forces Entertain- -8,0 ;-C ruU Archer __ EiplOrtnIUnh'D w.in.Itln>.._
Field Executive James A. Fos- Orange ,Blossom Trail}: ment program, is a new WORZ feature at 6 p.m. 8:15 Corliss Archer Izplorint:: Unka'a Wayne King ____ Complete protieties Enatertreld rat
t frr camp director, will be assisted "I do not think the suggestion replacing Jack Benny for the Summer.Did _8.30 8 45.Tony:ronJ'y.rt Martin!!, ... Double Double__or er .Bathing Nothint Musical Musical Showcase Showcase loss by fire or theft' at dsrsa. ''p MOTIS. ...
tiv E R. Randall. Orlando assistant would be of any benefit to Or- They Ask You, starring Edward G. Robinson 9'00 Take It-Ltaie It- Gabriel Heatter- ._ Pops Concert __
director and first aid man; lando. Movingthe June Allyson and Francis X. Bushman is the 9:13 Take It-Lear It_ Gabriel Scatter Pop Concert _- SUMMER MILDEW.
___._ _
"'30 Vie the People Counter Spy Pop Concert ..
Oeorte Nixon. Orlando, program airport would last In a current series by the AFL Eentertain- _9 43 We the People Counter Spy ____ PoP. Concert ___ 1
Director. : Ray Roland, Orlando, spread the city ment Unions Committee. Music Is by Mark War- 1000-Symphonette! _...,._. Theater Guild News __.________ I SPECIAL RATE ..
10:15 Symphonette Theater Guild Cesar Searchintet
waterfront director Leo
: Belton out farther than
now and his orchestra with specialities by the Lyn 10.30 Claude Thornhfil Theater Guild __ Henry Russell ._
en ando assistant director of ac- it is now. Both Thornhiil Theater Guild ___ ._
Murray Chorus, the Delta Rhythm Boys, the Merry 10 45 Claude Henry Russell I
'. -ii Let: Elfin Hodges. Leesburg. bases should be 11.00-Fen ______Sport.-Parade N.-'. from FBC I
Macs and Earl Robinson. Heard at 12:30
Handicraft director and Herman maintained aj pm. 11U Ban Score. Dance Orela. Rustle Cabin Ort I

H- toe Sanford. commissary off ir there is plenty of over WLOF.WDBO (580) WLOF (1230) woes U40) 11:30 11:45: Danc.Orch Dance Orrb _____ Dance.OrdL.____ rr.ac1&Franck Craig Craig or.or. d i

stiffs space for them. ,... {j i'l i 6-00. Melodies _____ Sign On &: Bees 12:00: 'News __..__ SlID Oft == Ben Ar-Sim.CU.
Toe Camp Howard staff ri11c':1' Pine Castle couldbe IS Melodies Glory Pleas'U Trio 12:15: Dance Orch _
'', 630: MelodIes Ch.pe11D the Sty 12:30: D.oce Orela _
today for Greenville S. C.
used as an airfreight 63: Melodies _____ Chapd In the Sky 12:45: Dance Orela1:00 'I BOX STORAGE (aentreiu tto+.__ _. ,
'> attrnd a regional camp train- -
terminal ____ ____ .
4 t ,TM: ( Baptist Hr. u Organ Reveals .- Sews unu___ : San: Off u em.l .
w mrr: school in which Foster will between the Donovan 1

:: t as an Instructor. United States and South America : All receipts peal ..... ..... ti41141 a'
--- -y and would help the employment Low List In I The Tyrannosaurus was the i _
situation here." Unemployment Pay most ferocious of the dinosaurswith I _
jaws measuring four feet and

I J. E. Stephens, service station Orange County Noted in Report: teeth six inches long. j PiP and ORLANDO :

1 operator Winter ParkOrlandoHwy -

HEADQUARTERS FOR'COLUMBIA I "I:think' it would be the right I C. H. Bruce manager said yesterday that, "Only 243 RUBBERASPHALT Delivery STEAM' LAUNDRY.. 4trwr

move. Pine CaiUe.ield.is larger I i of the applicants in Orange County seeking jobs throughthe Service ra IIM I ..

-DECCA ana safer wan Orlando office of the Florida State Employment Serv-

the Orlando air- i i ice are receiving unemployment compensation benefits 49 W. Concord A.... 0.11." ;
'' -CAPITOL port. Planes! Bruce reported compensated unemployment in Orange I
', landing at the
e VICTOR .t' t, I present site area County during the week ending
4 t. danger to .the'I I May 31. was classified as follows: I for jobs should be made at 22 E. -
residents In the i Professional and managerial, 8; STEWARD-MELLON CO. 227 E. South St. II. .l
RECORDSASSOCIATED | clerical and sales, 24: service 19; Pine St. Job orders will be taken Mrs
proximity of the Z301 N. Orange Phone 9668
t ..
field and this skilled 37; semi-skilled 43; un- over telephone 7173. j
hazard should be skilled 52; agriculture, 60; and i iI ..

removed. Most unclassified, 4. i 100 To Make Cruise T it

I .' .w. Stephens rated l away from count showed 196 job openings. On Sub-chaser Today

the 'congestion of cities and Orlando 76 for women and 120 for men, Aboard a Naval Reserve sub- '
should be looking to the listed at the office I[
I chaser. 100 men are to cruise to-,
future. The way the city is growing The greatest demand is for day from Sanford to Blue Springs.' E

Orlando will soon need the : stenographers commission sales-- I, Open to other civilians as well ,
present field for residential pur- men. plasterers carpenters and as veterans between the ages of ', -
poses." sawmill laborers he said adding'. 17 and 40, other cruises will beheld ; -
j''I I that despite these opportunitiesmany II soon. Lt. Comdr. William j ... .
Mrs. H. C. Nivens dry cleaning trained and skilled job Conway. Orlando Naval Reserve '
merchant Winter Park: seekers do not meet the specifications Station commanding officer, said. ; .
I I "I believe the municipal airports of employers on age. experience -: i I
should be away from residentialareas and physical condition i The Tiber River is 253 miles '

EX&USiVf MIY AT of the cities, but for commercial While 500 persons Including long and its deepest point is only --
purposesI 171 veterans were placed in Jobs 20 feet. I
guess it shouldbe through the Orlando office in a ___________ 1 -r I
WE NOW HAVE ALBUMS ON THE LIFE close enough May 1,118 veterans and 748 non- I 1I

for speedy com- veterans. including 486 women
AHD MUSIC OF THESE FAMOUS .munication.However were still seeking employment at t",4.ATHLETI;S FOOTIINGWOtM

,I do not the beginning of June. COMPOSERS !think air fields The labor supply is comprised ,., OTHEI SKIN
should be a nuisance -. chiefly of citrus workers, various IMITATIONSLATEST
LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVENI ,,to the residents unskilled and semi-skilled work w II has.-5tl.$ tw4 .7,:..a.yywn .
: of the com ers.. Bruce said.Statewide .
I WOLFGANG MOZART munities. If Pine unemployment com- A PLEDGE OF SERVICE

I \ fRANZ SCHUBERT Castle can. conveniently pensation payments amounted to RECORDS
be conMrs.. Nivens I $131,185 and were made to 9.415 :

:. S. BACH I verted into Orlando's municipal persons during the week ending.
air field I. believe it should be May 31.These. -mtlZI1mm-t
I done" I: figures do not include allowances -
JB 'AWc appreciation ef Home or in SchoofOily -
,.i j w I paid to 15,467 unemployed INCOLLEGE

W. R. Carmithad. service station veterans from Federal funds PARK The of Florida Airways p/irffjj/ ) 10 ..
new management
$3.16 operator Colonialtown: I, which were $326,044 during the KOI EDGEWA'IE&.DL PH. %.I58!

H "Pine. Castle's air field should same period.
be the municipal airport of Or- I I Bruce said his office was adding the best in air
lando. It wouldbe another feature to, the service you transportation. .
POPULAR of less annoy- ,I available to both employer Illll Itltf. Tti. y'I .
'f and employe. DINING IOOM '
ance to the public 11 .
Sammy Koye .63 and safer for I TTo bring the worker and em- PIIVATl MACK yi'p'

JlilA W..J.w. Key Kyser .63 r.deA t pilots and planes. ,i ployer together and to place the COCKTAft. LOUNGE vivo
., The Pine Castle right man on the Job, listings of III
ft4 Any Mart field has some of available applicants' qualifications The operations of Florida Airways are beck*! If Maccumuofion

Gift faddy Martin .63 the finest run- win appear in the classified I
Dettn.s Day :.63 ways in the State I, section of the morning and eve- 4 4

: ; k A H W Tex Beneke .63 hand more space 1\ping papers, as well as Job open- of employee experience, totaling 194ij
\ ings for qualified workers, he
Ittuis Armstrong .63 than the present Enjoy a cool comfortable vacation -

I'. tknl Ttmmy Dorsey .63 Carmichael site.lieve I cost do of not moving be-- I, said.Employers are encouraged to rates. at special Summer in airline, service. Highest airline standards, spcctflW %

.. Art a Show .63 f the field there would be prohibitive list an job openings with the service n... Single $4.M Double --
Tex Beneke .63 and I think .it would be i so that maximum employment
.63 a wise move"Swimming can be obtained in the commun- governmental regulations are maintained by the ..
Wayne King I
I ity. Job orders and applications I ,
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... Min Mullican .79 Demonstrate THE SUMMER SEASON IS APPROACHN3-HCf-.V! IS YOUR


He,1lWrw Hawkins .79 demonstration of "hose- CARBONATCRS I I'J i 7'-::< FUR I'ME"'ATE [;ELlVER'/ ,
.79 I breathing"equipment will be given SEE US,1' OR ',' RITE:: FC1;:: CS'CiDTI':: ,T LJTERAToRE: I Florida Airways provides your community wffl tIt

Granpa .' I at Sanlando Springs next Sunday ,

: /flats A Cowboy* on Mullican Copes .79.79 Wakulia afternoon Springs by Newton, twice A. world's Perry. E. H. THOMPSON COMPANY I ern air transportation, connecting with aTYnOi *.-

.79 champion under-water swimmer.
Forl y Holden EST. 1912
\m.hw To complete a program starting
t f R-y Rogers .63 at 3 pm. Mrs. Charlene Ruenheckof FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENT SPECIALISTS" key cities in the United Stat s.

..... YM Eddy Arnold .63 I the Orlando Tropical Charm I JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.

fl.*.,-Met School will direct the graduatingclass 730-34 W. Bay St. Phon -5-3907-5-0489 I
.63 in ballet and other dance II
S.W.. R/y Rogers numbers on the Sanlando dance I. I

RACE Diplomas will be presented the Our service to you is based on courtesy( tl .. f I

.79 20 girls by Prof.' Christian I.Ibsen jfc rule i
fee s.ta Cnkin .

._ 4 P. Leo Woton '.79.79 The Sanlando management an- ability, efficiency! and safety. 1
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:: M.t4 He Liggins record attendance. : -,; -

r Ee M Wings Over Jordan .79 / 'f-': .. .: Sincerely yours, ;
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:: : lilt II_ :__ -, rrlt, ftmfctg srnttnrl'fttr", ; Orlando, Florida, June' 8,' 1947) monthly dials ark"the Old Court!
,. MI1eX-ray House next Friday. j
.--z= ... ... The' mobile X-ray unit was i f\\ DUTY '!''II
, I --, Legion Seeking Band Akerman HailsDemocrats' located at Harry's Restaurant, : FLOOR TILE U& CM"a. I09P
'PYtTAMINS f Members For Post 19 Republican McCUmray's Restaurant, PKE-CAST JOIST L ''''',1ItC ae.r ....
Stroud's Rexall Drag Store No.
' / "" WCK m HP t.lfIaOI1al Post 19, American Kept BusyA 3. and Albert Drug Store daring 1.J FiHflr&Ck IR.lH"ri IHL
a..eII seeking musicians to the past week. not Spur street ,

f, Ito Kmn8- ,tRflslM.......... bison]. members of the Legion: Co-operation total of 447 persons were ,' The schedule next week is: i, -.------ -' _. 1'Aeie' ... !
tied. shut Is now being organ- screened during the first week of 'Monday. Ebenezer Church.Negro u.-- '__.d
said Wtf the direction of Wil- With the 1947 Florida Legislature having become his-:the X-raying of Orlando's food ;food handlers; Tuesday, Morrison I .

UMD de Boucher, Cedric C. Benz tory, Alex Akerman of Orlando, the only Republican in!handlers by the Orange County \land Tramor cafeterias; Thursday,j i!
I Orlando Restaurant and Friday,
::.:tr: .<.... said yesterday. the group, reports that while he came in for a good deal;:Tuberculosis & Health Assn.. Pres. I i Old Court House. ; ,

I.............. Umber, of the band do not of good-natured ]kidding, he received full co-operation from I Walton McJordan announced yes- I i The number of persons screened -I t6 -
: gases to be Legionnaires, Benz! the Democratic Legislators. I terday. j since Jan. 1 1 is :5,682 McJordan '

fititiilh : ..... adding that any musician ; They treated me Just like any< I "The screenings took place ata ;said. i iI
MOW totemttd other member of She House, and for ; rate of thafti 25 hour,"
in Joining the band 1 Is I tinct occupation provides more an I The throne is the ancestor of ,
Akerman told The Sunday ZenI -
/ as : vt4 to attend the practice ses- tinel-Star yesterday. was Invited licensing. This bill was handledin McJordan said. "At the close of all chairs which originally were I
t a tMM held at the Legion Home I' to attend all of their caucuses behalf of small business. Aker- each day people were still com- symbols of authority and rule. :+ More and More
? said.
: N Mondays at 8 pm, I' and was given the privilege man ing ,In Those missed may be People
thus .Ir11t Other general bills he hand- 'screened .at the regular semi- I .
of the floor, although I could not I I
;:. : NEPTUNEOUTBOARD ... I' ,'ote." Jed related mostly to clarifications r I ALUMINUMAWNINGS Ii
I' i
of existing measures,Aker-
1'OK'S MOTORS i As further proof of nondiscrimination in Macon. Ga. He attended school I are finding out the E
: m%n reported. i c8
he to his .. .,
ft-xtaur type water pump. Post- points appointment -I in Macon, Kissimmee and Orlando. Canopies Door HoodsFBI :
.thrM i i In ('O JiJllr. Can overheat. to the] Between Akerman and Tyn I Also he went to Columbia i i I doing their banks r4S
tomorrowWYCKOFF'S following co m- Cobb. the other Orange 'County I I University in addition to Mercer f
IffcMtftII I mittees: rice ,Representative they bandied the i and Florida .He served 12 months DON GRACE I cordially invilr l
-.a. .: "Wbrr* Mrrchaaduc Moves' I chairman of the, I following local bills: eight relating overseas with the Navy in World 1711 N. MiDI PboBts ?m-2-4C21 I your ."ii ,,. 1 1i
nil .. Kihi Arc, rb. znz1STEW committee on I to Orlando; two to Winter I War ILAirs. !
..s..e... t judiciary "D"j; I,Park: one to the Zellwood drain- Akerman Is the former i!
member of the,' age district: two on State road I Marion Marshall of Eufaula Ala. DOXt BE JUMPY PAL I I
committees o n'< I I designations; two for the county )I They have two children, Alexan- USE \
aviation, cities! commissioners; two relating to 1 1I der II and Lucy. TICKNOXt I I1l' IG If Ii I II I
2i1 and towns,| 9 I registration: and the five county : I i
1 county officials! consolidation measures.In I I i I
labor public addition, he joined in the DUTCHLAPAsbestos I ,1/1
f health State! fight on holding down taxes and I
,,1 n s tit utions one on a measure which would 1
) SOUTH I State"publicity have allowed fee officers' salariesto Roofing I a; IZENSNATIoNAqj41
] : and* go up to $9,000 a year. An ASBESTOS SIDING )
__ elections. Akerman amendment to this bill held this !
I If further proof is needed, figure to $7,500. I I ASPHALT SHINGLES : I Member retort Dep.m IIaae1aa ...
i As to taxes, Akerman states I I GUTTER I
O&4w1U fr miLD[ Akerman said that aU of the local :
I I i "While no new taxes were levied I & +; i i
bills he were
sponsored pass- this I Member Federal Rts. ..
GJJi.- I ed and all of the general ones ] year I believe that during DOWN SPOUTS i t/0 .
; : the next two years the entire tax i|
HADE BY :: i {f>:::1 except one. ,, structure of the State should be i L. T. JERNIGAN Free your pet of IrrttatiJlC.
As mater of fact Akerman
..;.1 I a gone ovet with a view to revamp-' I Disease carrying Ticks with
A. I
thinks of himself as the forerunner I E. Robinson
of ing it at the next session of the Roofing and Sheet Metal TICK-NOX ,I at Court St. .. ,..
of number Republican
.1' members a of the Legislature.i I legislators Legislature.feel I believe the most of" the 70 Alexander PL Tel. 7427 I For Sate at Emrieh's Pbarmary aid :
"I think that Florida's people Akerman same way. |', I Other Leidint Drug ud Pet Stores. ,I
was born Jan. 12, 1910. I -
TAt I are ready for a two-party sys-
DAUGHERTFSTHE I tem." Akerman stated.-Whenever k. ,Flawv --- .-- ---
I they feel a Republican candidate i I .
I, is better qualified than the Democratic For 45 years: in good times and bad, Pcnn y's has 'PlCy i .But every so! often something wptr- candidate for an office. I
i believe they. will choose the Re- brought you always "best possible quality-lowest comes to usa value so unusual if. worth ftltout

I I publican."However, if the Republican 1 I possible price." That is a day-in, day-out Penney ing about. Here's one of those .uper.pfcltll.
Party is to become a factor in
; y (7"1MIn.a State politics its candidates must :.
f run on State and local issues and '
E not on national ones. We must Now han
.gloripusjarrayjoi more over.
I adopt a definite Republican State

sies,- wodelsjmd i styles. program.Seated"In the House by an overwhelming I Y'11"
i i after a contest vote for of other the place members by a : 't t
Democratic nominee Akerman is S1\\\\ ( 37 W
j'Ift eat irnrfiinsTnewly-arrivcd i seleHlcnMMMwrii 01 f actually the fifth of his party to ; t" :
serve in the Legislature in this I DRUNK .
ftMaocrapb-radtos and radios...Youll.. century but the first since the YNS
and tiny what you want in the distinguishtale Democratic upsets of 1928-30. \Y'' Where Rat at Peaae *
0 ,
,...... "' h =|!eanucg plarticCunart: wood tabs/ Questioned yes t e rd a Y. he ? 1lttt
stated that he had not madeas
'ttlss'u4: superb console phono h-radios.! Sack Anaslag:
PT yet any decision as to his + 600 YARDS. OF PRINTED Savl.g- ..

,T I if D DRUGHEflT[ T & CO. future The most political important plans. general FINE COMBED LAWN YARB .8DSI Z

i iriic.+ r 0 .It H. ",i;.t. probrsa, ORLANDO FLORIDA session which defines bookkeepers' statusas All permanent Starchless finish in 38" wide. The coolest looking fabric 98 C 600 YAMS OF MAlYL'
compared with certified public in town! Such an array of colors and patterns! See them all Monday! yYARDS
,! F151IIPJ. ___.,o'! 'IwOHS fXCHANGt<< accountants sets up their qualifications TISSUE GINGHAM
makes bookkeeping dis- OF TRELLISPRINTED
--- u __a__ 700
You all know how crUp lad
-"' VOILE tissue rin(him looks, Peaaty cr :'t' 90t
N for you on Minday' Nest dMtb ;L
most popular fabric. We lust can t S9 C 36" wide.
NEW SHIPMENT get enough! You'll marvel at the quality at such Y d

a low price. 36" wide. HUNDREDS OF YARDS .. .



a : AH Standard Solid Colors included. yd All-Bemberr. '.a. .a luM*. A M.
'; 36" wide. A Monday Feature! ter Summer fabric ft* Ikal bag $139 ....I
; look AQ wanted patttrM In bane ,.
II I II A i of colors. 41" wide.

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for your old radio on a l

,I a \ : ., JUST 350 YARDS OF

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p. I ___ Penney's now stock an old favorite t.,.
V Delightful Tone Quality with home-sewers ""McCalT printed 98 t
;t In lighthearted coUn or r **f tl ;L
patterns. Complete stock of sizes of (ones. Washable ., t o m'' W- **
Talon all and tots of .a".f for yo. .IIW *****
zippers too. Buy your sewing 1

Sold In needs at Penney's! Sore 20!'c. HUCW
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.tuaattaso.t 4eMSe $ 177 1

ORLANDO STPETI An old favorite returns! Think of it-a I Each
SARASOTA WAMI generous, full size sheet at "War-Under" ; E
$2.00. Wizard 87" unbleached sheeting -M-. -- -- A-
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