Orlando morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079944/00218
 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: July 9, 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
Holding Location: 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: UF00079944:00218
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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'Flying Disc' Bared ; Russia Demands House Okays r : ;.mut

U.S. Britain

As Weather Device I :


Leave GreeceI By .302-112 Margin'

UN Aid ControlBid .
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AAF Discloses ,

,.__ .I + Renewed I Wired for Sound ''i'iI :President Veto


'Saucer' Find Russia yesterday charged ,

that. the Greek situation was
Defeat IndicatedIn
the result of American and

:: In New Mexico British interference, and demanded .

that the United Nations

I order foreign military personneloff Victory Vote
I: Objects Described As Greek soiL ;

( 'Very Normal' Gadget The Soviet Union also called for

II UN supervision\ of all economicaid I Bill May Reach
! en}. Uni.ted Fve"l to Greece in a renewed attempt !Jveo.i I

: The Army Air Forces i to place the U.s. program Senate Tomorrow

whipped up a flurry of excitement under international controL I
vA1L695 j WASHINGTON [UP) Defying -
I Iv
Rejecting a UN report blaming
1 yesterday with an / 7c/// .r ctfiiaicie
of another
, Soviet Balkan satellites for the / f/i _ 'iyf' : procpect
announcement that of
one disorders Gromyko said the Greek Presidential veto, the House
i the mysterious flying 1 i SLAUGHTER FORCED AT SECOND: Sliding Enos Slaughterof i. 1 Government alone was at fault. yesterday gave .....vy bipartisan .

saucers had been found on a ranch the National League All-Stars is forced out at second base He asked the council to reverse approval to the revised -

in New .ffx1co-bu it turned out in fourth inning at Wrigley Field yesterday as Shortstop Lou on-the-spot findings and rttprtltoaa! ps*. to cot personal
to be part of an Army high-alti rule Greece guilty of provoking
Boudreau of American League reaches for ball. Umpire is laeam taxes by 14 MBkNi ayear
tude weather observation device.
disturbances with Yugoslavia
Butch Henline. [AP Wirephotol.
CoL atartsstc Ja*. 1.
H. Blanchard.
commanding Albania and Bulgaria.
officer of the RosweQ 'The SCWM is i.ady .. faBo*

(N. 11.1 Army Air Base .announced FRESHMAN WINS ALL-STAR CLASSIC Gromyko said Russia could not rut, perhaps bcfUta the ........

> the discovery describing accept a U.s. resolution for estab- thus putt** the HaHs.il I-picked:
lishment of a semi-permanent UN
the object issue ones awe lIP t* Pta. Tw-
watch on the troubled frontiers.
as a -flyingI Americans Nio Nationals 2-1 Gromyko gave strongest indica- man
I disc. The ".... roared K. aar.vl
tions that he would veto the pro
Brit. 0 e D- *, a vote of Mt U 111. wMek

B. Barney, ject. H votes, Hun the two-
Roger was nor
I, JACK HAND I 12-0 irout in Boston the
Port Worth.commanding, WRIGLEY FIEIXJ. CHICAGOAPI .,|gained a moral victory by holding Gromyko personnel gave no figures on thirds that wotttd to swede to.
I military but Greek
;, [ The 1947 all-star game never I their rivals to a one-run margin, a override a vets. Tb original

general of the will be retold to doting grandchildren I engineered by Washington's Stan source said there were only Wfl was passed by a vote of mU
as the ultimate in baseball Spence with a pinch hit single about 6,000 foreign troops there
8th Air 1X7.
Force thrills but it will be remem- scoring Boston's Bobby Doerr in now. mostly British.
then announcedthe bered as another chapter in the the seventh inning. The Hsme. by a .....tsju ear

object would American- League's victory saga Johnny Mlze. the fencebustingNew Earlier Gromyko withheld the tin. ifpheM m * K Ms sHe

<1 the flown to over the National by a slim 2-1 York Giants first basemanhad veto in losing a major battle over of the e rtftaal OOP bs* wfefteh

margin before 41,123 customers. struck fear of the vaunted the approach to world wide arms ------..-, .
Wright would have pot. tte proposed ..Wint.o
Ohio. for investiRamey Bumping four National throw- hearts National of League the Americans power into with the a reduction. However. he announced I II effect bocsasttsw hJ7 I. e*
for total of eight bits the curtly after the
ers a vote that Russia '
gallon. 380-foot blast into the right center I j this year.
Americans yesterday repaid field bleachers in the fourth.It 'would not comply with the majority -
Hours later. Warrant Officer Mgr. Joo Cronin for his World i ttn mentor of the TVr&a
came off Frank Shea New decision, and in future
Irving Newton. Btetsonville. Wis.. Series misfortunes by opening
I | deJegattoa He drteks. frfe.
York Yankees' freshman sensation arms talks would be guided by her ,, "
a lI-e edge In the series dat-
assigned to the weather station at up
ing'back to 1933. who turned out to be the own rejected plan i Peterson. lUger. and .Ike.I .-
the Fort Worth Air Base examined eventual winner. voted. for ta. Ms Sautter el
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Gromyko insisted ,,
theflying dJae.Idtnt1tied it In comparison with last yea?. [Details on Page 6.] to the end
Miami voted
that the council should accept the agatett H.

. War Propogonda: WrightI"TOS Soviet plan linking arms reduction ,. J : Except for UM rtusm 'm 1M

'Southern Bloc Truman Hears questions directly with proposalsfor effective .... the revised ewirosHo
tUPI Airplane Inventor. 1 r ok .
prohibition of atomic weapons. up the same psniMaa. seals

yesterday. Orvllle the Wright"flying 75.saaeer said* Plan! To Crush. Feeder Steer6em Petrillo Yields tC9UO.n lot es l.. the II t-J .... \M-

. iterate Is a G.vernment campaign_ Judge Bramham: Output IM4 ..u v...... ,..,..

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rty Dies at of 72 .'Teg __ at 1M pelO It
Age. I SchoolChildrenWASHINGTON
aa a "Rawta high altitude sound-! d. .
I WASHINGTON U P A WASHINGTON AP AdolfA. Grows DropTofecaSt r ae WftI8I ...
Ins de"Nnrton said that [ ] [ ] DURHAM N. C. tAPJ Judge tAPJ James c.Petrillo .
TWs seals **** S a is fr cealjfsi
four of the devices are released | country-wide settlement of Berle Jr., laid before William O. Bramham. 72, former acknowledging that Tm >* 4.MIMPISBMB| wisk f ee.cern.s.fSay.ar....! lit..

each day by every Army weather : the day-old soft coal strike Pres. Truman yesterday aproposal president of. the National Association [Spec,cl to O'ondo! Morning Serrtineil not an angel. I" lost my wings a WASHINGTON rAP] The! MaUM' fVf pn HaW W M

station in the nation. of Minor Baseball OCALA Florida's cattle long time ago displayed a soft .110' M coot for dkOM with meoaea -
last to consolidate Leagues U. S. faced the prospect per
began shaping up night heart toward school children yesterday yes- 'I
The devices. composed of a died here yesterday. betwe $l." aHl Si.3*.
balloon when bloc of Southern forces" crush industry is being called uponto but not for their appear- terday of the smallest supplyof
k 1I.lntb synthetic rubber r a big "liberal to Bramham M per reM for ...... betwoeaXl
retired from the Na- ance on commercial
and ttar-Uke device that looks operators Joined their Northern what he termed a Communist-In tional meet an unprecedented Testifying before a House labor cotton for the corning I M aatt lurryt: U per eras
: tike a be. kite. can attain a Assn. presidency at the $ln.IM
and Midwestern competitors in ac- spired third party movement behind demand for feeder steers, it subcommittee.. he declared: "Chil- lie the besehet OB HwB
.. 7t.M feet marketing in nearly a
helchih of S.IOI meeting of minor leagues in Los year i aM SM>J.W. ajki II IIr eat
and may drift any place. !Iceptlng I a one-year contract rais- Henry A. Wallace. Angeles last December and was was revealed yesterday byR. dren bread don't and butter have the from right the mouths to take quarter of a" century. ; for Out porttoa of stet inae .

Barney Immediately arranged line mine wages and granting Berle. chairman of the Liberal succeeded by' George N. Trautman. G. [Bob Herrmann general of musicians." The Agriculture Department, ........

for a broadcast ever a Fort Worth: L. Lewis practical immunity Party of New York and former general manager of the Detroit manager of the Norris Cattle CO., Called to explain his alleged acreage figures-the first cotter I 8tINrMr M.- O/" Mooisrhuaeitk -
. radio station "deflate" the'fromjthe Tan-Hartley labor law. I Assistant Secretary declared Tigers. one of the State's best Known cat "dictatorial powers" Petrillo made ; abe reftsie to lot UM MU4
\ lories about the object.He of State after the Pf lOtJis1* Ktcceujleawe
The former minor tlemen. behalf of chil !jdtte
league head two
who what he call concessions on
I described it -remnants'I Lewis signed -,- that a I died in Watts Hospital where he Herrmann announced that he dren. He promised: To "work outa Stock Upswing Continues I hi ege.. led .... JhIsas) r coI-
ed his "best" with the third partywouldsplttthe I
contract --t
of tin-foil covered box kite and a
I a - was admitted Monday. Cause of is now working on an order for deal" for music broadcasts over NEW YORK [API Stocks and to thee vtotary footr-
4 rubber balloon." He said it was Northern and Midwestern half of -,--.;___ Democrats death was given as uremia. 2,500 head of steers by Fair Oaks I the radio by school children and many commodities rallied the day Ja.. ........ ssat-aaiui..

-a high altitude weather observation -I the industry earlier yesterday, announced - : vide "progres-I [Details on Page 6.] i Farm. Fair Oaks. Xnd.. one of the I to confer with the chiefs of military nation's markets yesterday continuing ;' speech oW'BW tM WM. lie -plWttt
dntceUn' normal gadget r the break in the ranks of % r s i v e elements" largest orders Florida cattlemen i: service bands on a plan for an Swine that has 'Hi :
in weather bureau observations., the Southern mine owners at a I have ever been asked to fill. band music to use in been in for nearly 19 "
He added that he dldnt know! -C-f: and result in the Boy 6 Tells Story I recording progress i 1 rise to speak for the MBj
meeting of his 200-member UMWt ;"; election of "iso- "This buying has been going on ; training only school children. days. The stock market pashed i j IMt.. a oarUMB, bat Mea aM I
anything about flyIng discs. t t policy committee. -' -- lationist RepubUcans' -Of: Infant Slayings !I for some time," Herrmann said.I higher for the ninth eonseev i believe It Is aa essential part .f
BUnchard .
specifically referred I
<< About half the talWs 400.000 i. in the "Several trainloads of feeders have I II tire session. marking Its longest .
to the object as a fINIng f CANTON Ohio (UP] A 6-year- oar reaojastntemtt to paM.i
soft coal miners already had been 1948 Presidential I been shipped to Arizona in the last 'The Weather sustained advance since early
d.ke.ne of the mystery 'ordered back to work as a result campaign. I old boy Roger Gew Navarre. Ohio. few weeks. Twenty-three car-: July of 1123 although total i "I.. aM ias T..o toe O t-

l missiles reported daring recent of the early settlement and Lewis Asked if sup- I testified yesterday at the hearing loads left Kissimmee a few days ORLANDO A."D'ICTh"lTY: gains were small. Details oa gross ...t rHa. aM N'eIed' 1('
= weeks by hundreds of persons In aid about one-fourth of the 150.-| Berle porters of Wallace -l on the recent slaying of two infants I ago for Texas. Others have been Considerably' cloudy through tomorrow Page 19.1 ; rlhUuI peIsss"r' ofag ......m.
the United States. Canada and 000 Southern miners would return recognize this Berle told I in Massillon Hospital that shipped to New Mexico." i with occasional showers when aM hew _eh tuft.

)1 nit''.. to the pita under the later agree- White House reporters; he saw an older boy enter the I [' in the'afternoon. : IbeII bebeoled asDeat .. .......
A Roanoke Va.. top manufacturer nursery and "slam" the babies on He said the first four carloads report of the season-indkate I
menta containing the same terms.I ] "We are in doubt about Henry .. kegs, aybu
had already added his guea i| himself-this all started at the floor making a "noise like a I of steers on the Indiana order I I that production this year po*.. f TeIt.,. ner. .... iO the pro.
to the list of theories I revealed that almost a bang." I were shipped yesterday from Cracker Jim Sez:
13th St. Communist Party' I sibly may fan nearly two mitten I : s.te the PrT1 frat ro....
saying It was possible the flying ,4 score of big commercial companies Virginia. Headquarters [in New York I Gainesville. It was explainedthat I' Them skeeters down by Gator I bales short of estimated reqafrements. .. wttk tae llns to dewy tax rutS
In Southern West the live-
discs were new "pin &sailer toys Eastern Kentucky and I City). And they know exactly Negro Called Innocent : stock shipments quarantine out of on Texas Is Lake is gittin plumb near as big !' iId the aM.... O4Y ta-
his firm distributed to outlets
what they are doing. I II .I as them lish what Jed Prod's yard .
weeks Tennessee had bolted from the After 21 Years one of the chief reasons for the I The tau.. JIN'OW"
Jail department
across the nation two ago. They are punishing Trumanfor I in younguns is always a ketchin on I reported .AM. If t theashe II was t..
Ht publicity-minded toy Southern UMW.Informed.block and signed with bucking them diplomatically." I PHILADELPHIA i tAPJ: Frank 1 orders pouring into Florida. that bent pin i cotton acreage in cultivation Juts: r to rt. .Bc. ***.." be ..... "I would
dealers may have filled some of tbe "This demand for feeders is the with that dough" i 11 at 21,389,000 acres. an increase! .
Harris. 49. is going to be freed .. : : allow mart 1M fe urttnn u: $0betheswor2ialai'
the toys with helium and turned sources believed the from prison after serving 21 biggest thing that ever happened 'bait. Jed Prod : of 17.6 per cent over last year but
them boor rest of the Southern mine owners I Newsboy, 13, Denies I for a slaying his attorney, Herbert > to the Florida cattle industry" says them thingscan 1 f about 10 per cent below the 0ev.erament's .. The Senate Pbesase

also would sign separate pacts Strangling Woman 40 I L. Marls claims he did not com i Herrmann emphasized yesterday. sting as bad -. recommended goal. la sehtdukdtetehelthUle'
with Lewis if they were unable to mit. Goy Duff approved a commutation as a hornet in The department made no pro day OHTW. Una.m D XUUJ
[Sanford Woman agree on concerted action. ASHLAND. Mass. lAP] Newsboy : of the Philadelphia Negro'S I Two Killed Two Hurt the wet grass an duction forecasts but the CI'OI: 'tR-Coto.1.' namnui. to seotf l f'to
I Ralph Duchaceek 13. pleaded innocent would be about 10495.000 bald
troubleis .
sentence. I the only efea&x*
; Sets Glider Mark to murder yesterday in the I of 500 pounds gross weight if th, the &aaIo-w in-lit
In Jax there is lots
I U.s. Readies Second Ship Explosion : be itnin-tameaiwOO? fe4en -
laundry bag strangling of an attractive I i acreage abandoned is equal to UM
of With
Poison Alcohol Kills JACKSONVILLE (UP] Two more em. _ _ ; were prepared 00 .a4J a Satur
WICHITA FALLS lAP Virginia 40-year-old woman. Mrs. 10-year average and the yield pei
Indies Peace the weather git- .
Bennia of Banford. Fla' set a new Appeal Dorothy Swenson. one of his paper men. Armando Cancio. of Havana hotter hotter acre is equal to the long-time av-. clay ....... If Ut'fY. :
tin day
.women's national distance record I BATAVIA.Java (UP J The United route customers. and police GI, 22 in Hospital a crewman and Frank Stuttes. 1 they are goin an to git worse every onless I craze of about 250 pounds. hope ef ua$1_ HIiIIIa UUiIa

for single place sailplanes yesterday . States is preparing a second said they had a signed confession FRANKFURT. Germany lAP Jacksonville were killed and Louis wear some asfiddity aroun to, The first official producUM
annual not. appealing for peace in The'U from the but I Perez of Havana and John Debli- you forecast be I (8fMw111111" Co'r
fifth day of the 14th boy no motive. The U. S. Army announced last neck. Hit dont look like it win issued Aug. S.
National Soaring Meet. She traveled -' Netherlands East Indies f of both night that one American soldier Jacksonville were injured in will your rain today like hit did The report gave no reason fa tee approve* ittor ..... ...7 MIS

4S miles from here to Vernon, Dutch and Republican govern- German Prisoners 'May Pvt. Tony J. Sanchez. Blanca. CoL. an explosion and fire that guttedthe tiddy. yes- failure of farmers to plant the recommended :-. War tX *iiautat. MIr7-
Tex., in two hours and five minutes ,I meats when "war seems inevitlable. was dead and 22 others were in a 800-ton banana boat Char- I acreage. but offMak I Page 2)
breaking her own record olST I ." informed sources said yes- i Now Marry Britishers I hospital near Bremen from drinking lenes. docked here yesterday af- irTODAYOS said shortages of fertilizer an II, -
miles set last year in a night 1 terday. It may be presented taI 1 'poison alcohol." ternoon. TIDESDaytcna farm workers were factors. Federal Grand Jury
day in view of rejection of the LONDON TAP] German prisoners cl* Tides Hilh 11:47 kJB.:
from Elmira N. Y.. to Towanda I Low 5.27 m.m. and 5:40 p.m.
Pa. .! Dutch demand for a joint Gendar- of war will be permitted to Coc* Beach Tides: High 11.37 &.m.; Low Probes Election fraud
Eric merle. j marry British women but win not : DOLLAR TO GAIN GREATER DIGNITY HERE! j 5:37 a M. and S:30 .m India Riots Cause
The French soaring ace. 1: be permitted freedom to live with Sebastian ..,let THICK Hit h 11:52: ; Low KAN A8 CITY I API A I0eC.al
Nessler. held to the distance 5:32a.Ift. and 5SS: p.m.
on jW7."f
: their wives. George Oliver. UnderSee1' Sun .rhatm: Rices SJS: lets 7.25. 74 Deaths Hurt 140 Federal Iroad
record after his 117-mile motor- Death Sentences Upheld I
.Judge AJbeit A. ftttte o sest
of the Home Office. .told I
teas sky journey to the rim of Palo: : UN Warnings Commons'today.I Merchants Plan Biggest Value/ LOCAL TEMPERATURES CALCUTTA CAP1 New out. mest itinirnjii a4 patartaueibeta
Duro canyon near Tulia. Tex Despite j Municipal Recorded Airport by D. S. Weather Bureau at breaks of communal fighting ii a tIeD.. Mtfty aa
Monday. JERUSALEM (API Death sentences I Maximum 84; Minimum 78lam. Calcutta and the United Province:I .e &o9Od frad tit taI
three Jews Tonight's Movies in Recent Buying RecordsGet 73 | I p m. 73! have caused at least 74 deaths eiertwo'here :
Imposed on were Day 2 a.m--------------- 74 I I 2 : =====: 78 an !11944 Dcmoeratst ftteary
U.S. Red Aid Draws confirmed yesterday by the Brit-. .1:54.BKACHASfc 934.ROXY: Th Yearling. 134. 414. 3 ajn. ____ 73 : 3pm. ___ 81 more than 140 injuries report I ; Axcau fee Ted* *
ishmilitary commander. despitea : : Oall.nt B M. 107. 312. 517. out those greenbacks, Mr. and Mrs. Central 4 a._ ____ 73 4 p.m. _____ 81 snowed Tuesday night. Dispatches iBareaa' of ..,ii mn were tM

Prison Term, FineWASHINOTON previous warning by the United 7-.2J.COLONY 9:27. KlBl'l Row. 3:10. 6:35. 10:00; Florida. 5 1 a.IIL a.m. ___ 'f3 73' [ 5 6 pm p-m ___ It 78. from Lucknow said 35 refugee:I |, nnt perscas t. es before cbf
Nations Commission on Palestine: 7 7pm. _. 718pm. crammed into a bus were killed l.
(AP) Eugeni. Brinctn UP Father. 2-00. 5:25. S SO. will be dollar in Orlando and the Retail :::: === ; I\ __ grand jy.
that the executions might result GRAND: Nocturne. 1:40. 335. 5.35, 730. Saturday day S ; 719pm. Toll of dead in rioting rose to 39 I.
Dennis general secretary' of thi "unfavorable repercussions." 1:30.:RIALTO Cross My: Heart. 205. 405.: Merchants Assn. promises one of the biggest value shop- 10 9 C.-sm, ___ 'fa Sl I I 10 p.m. ______ 79 74 16 Persons Arrested
U. 8. Communist Party was sentenced ,
I' T 40. 10-30 :Th Pilgrim in Chrnn. James Keith of the 11 s. __uh 83 11 pm _u___ 74
; Lady. 1:00. 3.4S.
yesterday to one year hal 6.35. 920.voouu. : ping.days years, promotion Noon _____u.h 71 I Midnight _uu_ 74TCMPCKATUMCS 19+7 army: 1947 Arms Ptctt
; For
and fined 11.00the maxi Charter $? !:: The cinainc or tht End. 3:25. committee announced yesiercay. ; Paris

1 mum penalty for being in contempt n. S.35.5.40. 9*.55.50. The Devil Thumb a-Ride. 2.20. I Final plans for the big merchandising ; tee. pointed out .that merchants WASHLNQTOH IAPl Weather ELSEWHERE Bureau report ' sll.1e; ,... 1eJ .75. '" $4 t PARIS lAP) PekeIUllwt i :
J of Congress. DR1VEPAnd Now Tomorrow event completed at a also are being urged to offer their of temperature lor the 24 boontndlnc Intent they had altered *-4 P'-
CLERMONT: Tin tit Clouds Ron Br. : 8pm- : 9 1011 12 with tM dJS-
ServiceWiroptoo.35 DELANDBeait With FiT FlBter meeting of the merchant group at customers "extra special" valuesof H,9ILaw !1I Hi h LOT j I ftS 1ft eoaaeeUen!: '
; I DREKA: Manie the Chamber of Commerce, were desirable goods during the anda1' Albe.me 78 60 i Memphis 87 6: ;, eewery of as arm dtvet sa a Par-
;: The Classified CounterOffers ECSTI3Calendar OtT!. March: of Time.GROVELAND I Atlanta 84 66 I Meridia 88 SAtltie 13141516171319r I suburb and that eec had ada Ras
Rrn to Bee,,". set to include a majority of storesin sale. I Cit 78 19' Miaou 9O TBlrmrncham Ssse.
HAINES CITY That Way With Women. the city. Practically all types of merchandise 85 88 I MilUL-St.Pal 88Boctoa 5 20212223242526 was a meoUef of the
Private Affairs of Bel Ami. 73 83 : New Orieaaa- 92 7 ganga Jewish audefarottod i -
This is going to be the out- will be placed among
- KlSSniMESTwo Mrs. CarroBs. BarUactoa 73 8O I New York. 74 6Cblcaco .
Prompt ewiHwMM Mirk for ttr.dhoopers. LAKE WALES: Ladies' Man. standing sales event this section the dollar day specials as the '7'$ $7'I Norfolk 79 6! ,2728293031
Lzfl.ncd coprrtterto Wlaite LEESBURO: Calendar GirL FAIN: MjDarlln has seen in years and we are urging Merchants Assn. revives its pre Cleveland 93 74 74 SS i Philadelphia Phoenix 109 74 T ft Martial Law Rules Iran
it*!* JTMI wonl a rmull fetttns Clementine store in war Summer sales program = j I 72 8! iAPl )IIItJ&!
w..A4. MOUNT DORA: The Ghost of Mr Muir. participation by every r 87 58 FortTd. Me. 1947 August 1947 TEHRAN leu
SANFORD B. Tours. making it a city-wide affair" Pres. Clarence Johnson of the Detroit 78 98 I Richmond 78 5Duluth law was, ftmxyr* hi sa rdt7.
Dial 4161 GRIFFIN i the ST.Oirl CLOUD: The Time the Place and Keith said.C. association said he expects the El PaM 82 98 72 82 'I St.San Loots Antonio 100 81 7Kana *' ,l...*"T"Wn": M SJ 05 order ., fleIr Aid Qav.am.
and Ives Summer crowd City 82 82 i 8. Francisco M 5 aM aVr ere IIrl
\r.J WINTER HAVIN: : Undercover Maul W. Dillon. Dickson largest shopping seen angeyre.05UteM
: Ask Want-Ads .7 ta1rzq.L I I ACS LAKELAND: Seem Htart.-POLK., uu The Yearling.&1wIenHo PAL The merchandising manager and a seen here in recent years for the KBOxnn LM Aateles' 78 M 84 53" j j t 1 Seethe Vlekibarc 74 IT 5 C 2 T2 toinroieat
member of the promotion commit- Saturday sale. LouUnll SI 60 I WMhlnstoa. 78 6 0( rate.
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Boost in Funds PIf ?A.a Victim

Voted for Army and muul4* k 4jr ef pretty MM.Roscnd .

w & '' w xk7 / N.J.'"... !1. *M
t tF found in the old HtKieea i.etie.
WASHINGTON tAPJ The Sen- It ; I j ; 4i GtY yesterday She had .boat stria.!.<
at. Appropriations Committee yesterday with a silk staekinc
approved a u.eUS.811.U'mO The LaMa be* 4y woe MMIxtn
Hetfm In m. coots
a rr
bill for the War Depart yA
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with fee -0ia.
fi that started
ment' fiscal 1041 expenses-plua xf 1 : DahJU" tteHM of Ote.W.I.
$543.490.000 In non-cash contract \\L Y Short t*. Jan. II. One mi.aWM .
authorizations.Sen. ; i i. betkved rf'I' ,*..*... tor HIIs.

Gurney [IR.-SD.1 said the t .
Latent ftttuB's .brexU W.W
outlay Is only $100.172.701 less
than Pres. Truman requested In ... I lacerated and her taM aho*<4MO
estimate and is of a bating Pros fcnmes
budget $35-
his! .
C34.37 more than the House ap ..- on her body. it appeared she warn
i > strangled first and than throw
).Ir, Truman had asked $5.716.- from an auto. There w Miami.
791.500 cash and $383.490.000 in of attevpu ..... Maul tar
contract authorizations, all the BAR ASSN. DINNER: Above left to right] Florida Bar Assn Left, three association neck WM a rcttftewa .eal t*

latter Elsewhere: for the in Air Washington Corps. e .s Charles O. Andrews Jr., Mrs. Andrews, Mrs. members indulge in friendly conversation on I ward The off slain evtL woman eetreaaedhusband. ..

Albert Ooss. master of the: National F Terry Patterson and Terry Patterson in a the steps of the club house at Sonlondo Tony Mnndra. .nn.. uM
Orange told the joint Con- jovial mood as they attended buffet dinner of Springs. Left to right: Circuit Judge Fronk police his site ..*tte4 mm Wttf-
Orange County Bar Assn. at Sanlando Springs Smith Federal Judge Alexander Akerman and 1y at about 2 a m ***** intoxicated
economic mid they *
k last night for the Board of Governors of the Judge Richard P. Robbins,.West Palm Beach. left converse sM
Ceiling on Industrial wages and briefly and ane ajrmc
profits should be established to i Jx had a date MondraMW Mid 1M
a- drive down prices. Chmn Taft was J gram went on tonight I went f I saw her fee into a eam e vita a
skeptical. 1 Aiken Won. down on my knees:" 13 Nations JoinI strange man and drive off.
t Sen. Aiken (R-VU predicted First thrill of the trip. Smith
the Senate will restore much of Talent Show said was the crowd which gathered -
I the $343.779.000 lopped off the at the Sanford station to wish Georgian a sSessionI
Agriculture Department appropriation Aiken well and the second was Aid ConferencePARIS .
bill by the House. Despite ColdDick the crowd just as a crowd mill-
Under See. of Commerce William
ing about Pennsylvania Station. I 80th
I C. Foster told the House Aiken. Sanford choir singer Differing from many visitors to rAP Thirteen Natton, .. .
Committee lfertiee
Commerce IntestlCaUnr the nation's chief metropolis. I, ATLANTA t UP I .
the threat of a U. S. oil Bar Reform Aims SetBoard was suffering from a bad head I Smith who was accompanied by Including Czechoslovakia In the SOB L :Lamrta (iD-Oa 1.1 thttk
: shortage that oil shipments to cold and sore throat when he wona his wife in celebration of their Soviet sphere have accepted .the 80th CeatTeee' .to them** reactionary
Russia are relatively. Insignificant contest on the Arthur Godfrey 25th wedding anniversary, reported French-British bids to the Paris in M Trs
of Oovernors of the Florida ethics and in general raise the The Lawyers Guaranty Title I Talent Scout program In New courtesy everywhere In New conference on the Marshall plan. | He told an audience at smmrr
The Interstate Commerce Commission Bar Assn. adopted two major standard of the legal professionIn Fund originally a project of the York last Friday. D. J. Smith. York. I hinted 1 i University here that the Coacreu'had
I Czech in Prague
directed railroads to proceed projects for the coming year here the State. Orange County. Bar Assn., would Orlando Police' Reserve member sources 'I a taM reeertf iii fMtom m*
His thrill the
big during herself might finallybe
own that Russia
i with freight rate adjustments yesterday, the first the Integration Beggs said all Florida lawyers place financial responsibility behind 'who accompanied him as talent f f ieludmr: .
Increasing rates 10 per cent of the bar as authorized by would be polled soon to determine the opinions on titles ren- :scout said last broadcast came when applause represented. 1, Failure vo aettle the .Tteertae
j in the North and East and lowering the last State convention and whether they favor Integration of dered by members of the fund. 1 night. broke out at the mention of Or- There had been no refusals by Houaint problem failure .toe duals
tariffs by the same amount In whether j Giving a reserve meeting a detailed lando as he was being' Intro- nightfall.The .........
second further streamlining rulesof the bar. or they preferfor Also endorsed was a program of j account of the trip Smith I on the universal Military
' the South and Western States east civil procedure.Pres. the profession to continue I duced. Many Winter visitors French' Foreign Ministry act aetMllatlan
I failure t m
offered local bar Ueue.
institutes to be i :
said that after the prize was\ won
of the Rocky Mountains.By E. Dixie Beggs of Pensa- without supervision as it has. in associations as an educational who had heard Aiken in Florida I announced that Belgium. Italy. of the Armed Faroe: t.Nre M
I Ir :he went with Aiken to a roof I
a voice vote the House cola said the Florida Supreme ,the past. r measure to keep members of the attended the broadcast. Portugal Eire. Greece Turkey. : prwtcte Federal Asa M I"Tr,.:
+ passed a resolution authorizing Court would be asked for a ruling i Streamlining the rules for civil legal profession posted on recent !,den and remarked that use of gar-I Congratulatory messages which The Netherlands Luxembourg. : failure to act on PuMte. r.-----
publication of a document' on making compulsory the registration procedure would eliminate unnec- developments in the law. mons seemed to have helped poured in as soon as it ended included Czechoslovakia and Iceland have and Public JIta1ULBalanced
.' I "fait Ism In action after a two- of all lawyers in Florida and : essary delay in procedure. Beggs Approved were\ the president's come" effects" of the cold. one from California, Smith formally accepted. j
II i hour floor battle during which establishing a State organizationunder I appointments of 32 committees 'Yes/ he quoted Aiken as said. Dispatches said Switzerland
It was denounced as a "smoke- court supervision. i said.With 15 of the 19 members through which association activi- replying "'I believe the lemons [Sanford's Cinderella- Man owesa Austria and Denmark decided officially Economy
: screen* for Communists and Beggs pointed out that at i present and meeting in their ties will be carried on during the did help out before that pro- great deal of the credit for his to participate. Urged for Georgia
: hailed as a "danger signal of present lawyers are not regulated ,first session since assuming office year. Approximately 300 attor- success to the untiring efforts of Polish, Romanian and Finnish
I'J I rUMwing extremist activities. or supervised by any central July 1. members of the neys were named to committees. mid-Winter conference of bar his wife to help him reach his diplomats denied Russian report ATLANTA (UPI Owr.. )t KThoeapMa
: The Senate confirmed Joe B. body', nor are they required to board endorsed In principle the The group voted to renew mem- delegates in December. I goal. See story page 5) that their countries had rejectedthe sid m fete .i nM> h.I .
Dooley as Federal Judge for the rerister. Lawyers Guaranty Title Fund bership in the Inter-American Bar Members of the board were entertained invitation, saying a decision I die chat last niaJrt tltt 0e tfm
( Northern' Texas district ending aII Purpose of compulsory registration and recommended concurrenceby Assn.. composed of bar associa- by the Orange County :Motorists please drive carefully could not be known until today. I tot st have a aataari et .mMrrand
i would be to discipline the the State Assn. at Its next I tions of the Western Hemisphere Bar Assn.. at a buffet dinner last Remember . children I Dispatches: said it still was "toss-- fftrmwc tf the .**. U m
II nomi-I, membership. enforce the code of meeting. and selected Ocala as site of the night at Sanlando Springs. forget . motorists must not! up" whether Poland would accept. prosper.

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Yes Willow Run has reached 8.production tate of more than 12,000 Kaiser

and Frazer cars per month-better than a car per minute! One hundred and

twenty million dollars worth have been sold at retail.And the public buys the

factory output every month-and asks for more. Production is being increased!

The reason for the phenomenal success of these 100-postwar automobilesis

easy to discover The 56,000 proud owners who have driven them millions . .

of miles are the best salesmen we have! They are enthusiastic-and tell their -.--.

friends. They know they have something new and different. They knowthey ,

have styling and design far in advance of the rest of the industry. And .. ... -
they know they enjoy a ride no other car can equal! 4f ;

Drive either of these cars. Compare the ride with the best you have ever Both cars are serviced with genuine factory parts

known. You will want to own a Kaiser or a Frazer. Then place your order [SERVICE- j ) wherever you go-by one of the four largest

Increased production that automobile dealer, organizations In the world.
means we can now give you early delivery. J,

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1. Because. they arc beautiful They look rear cut sway to a minimum. They hug the .
like what they art-the newest things on road! Superlative vision la all directions.
wheels I They set the fashion for all future Smooth positive braking action.
motor cars-la body lines and colors
4. Because they perform I The economical. _
2. Because they are roomy/Tbo whole width 100-hp. six-cylinder engine provides a very v. .
of these ears Is insidet Both teats are more high horsepower>to-weight ratio. Sensational 1 =
than five feet wide. Sir adults have room to acceleration.Unbelievable; gasoline economy! I _
e r.r.. ADd then too there Is 21 eu. to of t
'1'". la the luggage compartment! 5. Because of the ride Owners say there _t -_ + - - -
never war a ride like this! No car designed
3. Bccaute they are safe Extra low center before the war can even compete. This you _
C of gravity and itthUlser bar both front and must experience' Compare the ride, today .rw s,.,u s w

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10th end Mot Aves. 100 E. Main St. 116 W. Rich Aye. 325 Washing Ave. 301 W. First Ave. 1610 S. Dist

St. Cloud Leesburg DeLand Titusville Sonford West Palm Btfoch a

Central Garage Parrish Motor Sales Volusia Motor Co. Gainey Motor Sales Faircloth Motor Sales, Inc. Hayes Motor Co. B & W Motor Co. .1 I

308 Delaney Avenue, Eustis Daytona Beach Ocoee Delray Beach 334 Dixie Highway South Fourth Street

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Wednesday-July 9, 1947 Wrlanb fHnrnUtg tntintl Page 3 :.
Bids AskedIn .i

1 'Board 1 Swimming, Diving. J

Water Plan t ryf Y ft Teachers Set I To Examine'Red' Meets Scheduled =

[Special to Oriondo Monmg SermMlJ
[Sceciol to Orlando\ Momtf Sentinel] To 'Get Bonus Charge Named DAYTONA BEACH-Tbe AIBa- -t
-City Mr. 3 teur Athletic Union' Jontor tad t
James Titus said yesterday the yr r?
city is advertising for new bids on IFp :Spec ol to Orlando Morning Sentinel] Br FRED W. DeMOTTE senior swimming aDd cUvim? rae 4s
the .Y. will be held in Municipal P@olAuff ...
water distribution Improvement Whr DELANO bonus of approximately TOur On S'-'f Corespondent r
The system plans in accordancewith $200 will be given each DAYTONA BEACH-Mayor Ernest L. Padgett yester- yesterday 15 and by K.officials it wa IB .....*.
are ::
c instructions received when Volusla County teacher from day announced the personnel of the city's new five man Two divtatans will be mu.. .
the City Commission' rejected all 11 funds received by Volusia County commission which will investigate the activities of the Day- Junior division for those uaderl*

-, bids on the same project last week. School Board as. its share of the tona Mission, headed by J. R. Burgone, who has been under years of age and the,.Motor aseei.dtI-' -::.
anon for theover 1 Tbe
The new bids are to be opened
July 2S at City Hall and differ State racing tax. County Supt. fire of local civic clubs' here for several weeks sanctioned by the AAU. to opea to
from the original bids In that George W.Marks said yesterday.A Th e co mmi+;,te a appon fed' is4 I an non-professionals.
proposed additional distribution separate fund will be created headed by James M. Cook, retired "be commended for exposing the This to the first ttsse that Ibis
" lines In tbe North Peninsula for the accumulation: of racing Federal Bureau of Investigation alleged practices of this organization city has played. host to aa AAU
area have been removed from meet and the first SUtewtsfe meet
and of its leader.-
and at the close of each operator and includes Sam Min-
the project. I money to be held tn the coy's DeWIm-
This means that bids are being Y school year, on June 30, the total I nick. Frank Gmter. Ira Paulk and City Afty. Curtis Gardiner was. mine pool located at Welch Oes-
.S instructed yesterday by Padgettto
ought only on two under-water received during the year will be W. H. Dillinger. ter.
I seek legal action in order to enforce -
mains and a one million gallon divided amongthe teachers. Padgett said the board would
I the newly created commis-
Motorists please drive eare-
storage tank
on each side of the
rtvrr.- The type of pipe to be Almost $90.000 was paid the I launch its investigation this week sion's authority should such stepsbe taMp! Remember . ehHdren
used has also been changed in County Commission this year, I without fail. necessary. forget . motorists mast not ?1.f
_ order that the work may be completed and daring the next year approximately I The Mayor also said the City
more quickly. 450 teachers will be Commissioners are in agreementthat I., :i
Original bids called for 2.810 "' I eligible to share- the proceeds. if the charges leveled at
feet of a special flexible. pipe for of the A new Legislative act diverts the Bui-gone and his groupprove
the 14 inch main to be installed | I funds from the County Commission true they will stop them from OYSTERS.
under the Halifax River at the HIS SON: Mrs. j l the court and makes the money payable soliciting funds in this city.
direct to the school board for edu- .
;i Broadway bridge. Under the new and her daughter } ::> his son. The new commission was appointed '
!to specifications only 650 feet of the j the case t' cational purposes. by the Mayor under authority I 1
E flexlble.pipe and 2.150 feet of the upon Anthony Lembo II j rule on Marks said that by keeping the : given him in'the city char- 1I
separate there would be I
r. money no ,
mechanical ter. .
jointed pipe will be named the members after
in New York 1
::4 required for parents : of age. t doubt that the teachers would receive -
the Joel
Job. Green, a member of the Exchange Universally popular
" the full benefit
! of the racing
, The other main would be 16 Club here I
ri Inches Just north of the Main St. money was intended by the com- the City Commission appeared Monday before sea food . prized for _
'{! bridge and would hare 500 feet of mission when the request was night and presented evidence sub- tasty succulence as
i; the flexible pipe and 1.500 feet of made of the Legislature to send stantiating charges that Burgonewas I well as ease of prep
l! the mechanical the money directly to the school
, jointed pipe. board. circulating Communist material i aration. Palatable and

f Dog Show I charitable while collecting funds for easy to digest either .
Reported'Success' I purposes.
Denied Building Violations I Padgett said yesterday that the raw or cooked .
j by Club ni Daytona Beach Examiner and I served in many appetizing

' ISoecfc! to Orlando: MommQ Sentinel] I Inspection Ordered newscaster Larry Roller, should ways. A pint : i -
{ Sentinel!]
,I DAYTONA [ ? ng -
- BEACH-The Day- bathing beach [SpeI.al I to Orlando Morning Sentinel provides about 275
tona Beach Kennel Club met Mon- SANFORD I ;
Lake Mary.!f DAYTONA BEACHMayorErnest PHONE 2-3548 calories. _
day night to hear a report that turned
yesterday ,
L. Padgett instructed city
r: rapidly in I
the Pat
recent all-breed AKC sanctioned for $34,000 of the the attention I' police yesterday to begin an inspection Doming I
dog show had been successful of the for 6SS N. Oruce Ave, .
the grounds that the Commis- C '
' and that"a small sum was rea- Prescriptions Ii
of dis building without securing a permit -
lized- from it. State
I $328,000, or $ arisen over from City Hall. Only i
; The organization also received this. purpose. Padgett said he had received "ImmediateFree
an invitation take lands having Delivery
to part in the
who complaints concerning the
Supt. Lawton. erec-
Jacksonville show July 30. Mrs. acreage re- tion of buildings in value I
with High School ranging
Phillip DeBerad. club president MILK.
from $50 to $3,000 without a per-
Morris, asked that the brought before Read the article starting on ;
by Frank mit.He Pace S, Jon Readers Digest i .
announAPPLIAMCES Kind their previous appeared on pointed out that anyone
grant the schools at of the Lake erecting or remodeling without a "WHENWill
He said that the k that the mo permit would be taken to court by 1 Is Nature's nearest _
You Be Sued?
City Atty. Curtis Gardiner. :
HOT POINT' DISHWASHERSHOT ,up" regulating these lands be complete food easily. r
be returned to See us forComprehensive
POINT DISPOSAL UNITS was sufficient for those [ I 1 I Ii 1 State Fireman's GroupTo Personal i digested and univer-
I sally liked. It Is delivered

holding bachelor and contro. '
at Liability
trees.I triangle parks complete
HOT POINT IRONERS But, the greater i a public road ;Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel] $10,000 for $10.00 I fresh pure and readyto
1 UmlU4 Xuitor Avail**!. the better teachers in by Amanda DELAND-Members of the local $50,000 for $13.50 I eat. . a quart fur- -
County not I I In 1920. fire department will be hosts to $100,000 for $14.00 I
ORLANDOAPPLIANCE that this dedi- the annual conference of the nishes about 650 cal
CO. will receire category sufficient not lawfully Fourth District of the Florida Hall Bros. Agency I ories.

'I AiAA.ris*d Mt.*if>t *.!.. S ...... ation, he said. F.but Boyle was, here State Aug.Fireman's 6, it was Assn.announced to be held by 112 N. Orange TeL 5189 -a
210 N. &..... A**. During the : the Com Fire Dept. officials yesterday. !
tta...i 4537 ..< 2-4004 I brought! out that giving good faith and Approximately 200 firemen are
I a portion of the race II' ), Makes more room in 'a
is simply expected to attend the meeting {
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which will be tUeq your refrigerator when
formally ac- highlighted by a
.discussion of ways to promote the stored In the >pcelavtoi. -
i7 your Home Is For Sale List it I j property has State Fire College at Ocala. District : easy->>haDdle
place too Vice-President Charles E. aDd hard-to-brek
I from it all Lee was here yesterday making square bottle.

ALLEN JOHNSON I ; I R. H. preliminary arrangements for the i i,,"
I I his vacation event. i : }fj'
this year erect- :
REALTOR >? houses and Survey ScheduledIn
that July .4 i
"SpecIalizing/ in Home children in Mosquito Program Not *.!* does Odo-Wkk .- I

140 N. Orange AWL Phone difficulties. [Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel] t t.kombold., '"Actmtcd dart bvr Glycol"b'c in it h:.ct nice: DATSON DAIRIES
DAYTONA BEACH The City I fclpft te killmq q.rm> .. tk. eiI
: regarding Engineering Dept will make a feet u,..t. fttCMrttorr colds.PRGRIM ..
t .' was told survey of the city in an effort to WI
will be locate lots with standing water on :'". I
! OJ fills there to them and those used for unauthorized --, : 148 W. South
dumping grounds. The Phone 9835
that an ef- survey is being made as part of thecity's '" ., r .j
First Notional Bank by the body to mosquito control program. ._ : : trtryvYiera J
arrange- Sam Minnich. head of the Mosquito
As a Community Scrric the people of Control Board asked that - - -

Furnishes the Correct Tim ., E. Z. Smith to the city take this step and said ---
Day or NIght-Dial 2-1611 road property that in some towns violators are
law. brought into court for failure to

- THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT OMANBOCo i the informed people the of clean up such places.Twentyseven .

** sad SwplM OM MiIIiea Def rs less than heron nests were !
IIDOID rcDcmu. MTOOIT nm 7'h an attor- j near Vancouver, British Colum- i
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t{ S Let Us Show You Butts at Jacksonville of DeLand

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Sentinel J Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jordan have
S. -AtJfIJI Ray and Bor- as their guest Miss Joan Livingston -

- .a week of Jacksonville.It ..
has been announced that the

: : J. Nahoon and. finance committee of the Girl
spent the I Scout Fund Drive will meet at

:Mrs. Nahoon's ,. 10:30 aon. Friday at the home of

S.D. Clifton Mrs. C. J. Reichert, chairman. 530E.

I Rich Ave
of Palisades i

BYYN : been Haynls visiting, FOR YOURFIREBRICK .y

: Richardson 'e
are ex- .
PHONE 6750 -:.fi
They will
ae ... ... and Mrs.R.F. _
bs.. 2..4 matt : j A FULL LINEOFREFRACTORIES \
....ee tbs s low. attending I # : I II
'To..Actioa cogs dish sup- &
pip tto. rood..crcrr. Mrs. Robert IN STOCK '
(.,. o/ the wk..U were Mrs. Roy .

L j Y=...t.h.;=. ;' :Mrs.Moseley.D. C. 6 IndustrialEquipment Co. I \ I
:Mrs. Ed Oil Burner Division FmUmer. be. :
Jordan Miss 1620 N. Orange Phone 7MDUTCHLAP
Betty Ford.
...bw abs AUTOCIZAT and Miss

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meeting Fri- Roofing and Sheet Metal

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",.J.4._1 leer Laiwr.O. t Day.Oi Unto'rbana Dttr at mt WBfwpm.' awe t CfcrtatniM.Incj at XM by White House 'Guests' 1H DELICft1'EQ'I VAN \OU jO'COME.. Ra-cier Pegler/ Fearless
Ora*.. A**.. dt.w' l rU. TO DlMNBR TUESDAY! Says
.e .. ,.e.a etau natter .t tM Post Offle at AVOWED BACHELOR / I
Lade FIart4ao ...., De Act tt M&rcto M. let). ly DREW ARSON SHOULD HAVE KNOW + BYtU'NEEIIE ONLY

**tcrtpttM TCLEPHOKX rne JM Per Dne"Mk. a1JO11P.1 r .... .-----.-....... Washington-Not many people Invited to lunch BETTER.HE'D ACCEPTED ii CHARLIE. AND I. -Rut-- -Disaarees; -- With Comment
at the White House fall to show up. Most guests THESESTHREESOME"INMTATIOMS JUST 1 THREE I -

...... A.... ....... Nan 'sera. r..1AL Ortcnei arrive ahead of time. In fact Toots Shore New > OF US. PROMISE? Editor. Orlando Morning Sentinel:
taw Cum*.. CM. M-. MAMCR T. Lurtuct. Aw. Da.C York restaurateur and friend of Bob Hannegan arrived 6EFOQEi I Regardless of what is said of A DEt5

W. ISMTV. .... MM. Rust P. WALTS. CLASS MM.IM for dinner at the White House more than 30 : I Mr. Pegler we must give him credit to 9PADC'Q
H..IIAM. ......... I*. NMSUT Cvaoto. See. Ttus.HANU I I fearless
minutes early. the most
I for being one of
MA t w. U...e". On Cat ...... L T. Mau. Tr .. S rr.flM However. Mr*. Ted Thackery. owner of The New I writers of the day. I do not
York Post failed to show up at the White House / i oHTEE x>:>wtxi with what he says
Mee.Me N n. Aa....... Pau for lunch last week under cir- < : 7V40 ARE SO always agree
Aaeut4 Pt *a .. .veloafvclytftt e. i V and there are times I think he a ,
.* *. tk* ewe Nr rf abae.U.s .l aU cumstances which even had the R CoI ENLA.I..p.t4 E but
ew. e q.tee..dlt.4 te H K swl '" FBI searching for her. I goes too far out on the limb
.eerdned' s* this papwaodrt in the
all in all he is still batting
aee! ttle ifnI.ewe puWlaM4 be,1. e ., When Mrs. Thackrey left New j I AROUND"WE CORNER
'.u Ma far r..p..blie.tio. .* .o rui f York with her daughter. Sylvia big league. Keep Pegler. he's big
,........ hawse an .Iae ......... MR. SINGLE8ERRyWLt.. SOON BE
Backer no word had reached "I BECAUSE TrWALW S Y'KNOW WHAT ? CONG BUSINESS time anctaD asset to your pape .
'PAOC 4 WED. JULY t. 1947TODArs them that they were to be Invited g I WALT pRESTON
j TURN OUT ID BE Y MINK '7' ?ZE I [ the BMMMy he has Wn trying to
to the White House. I
POURSOMES-W1HA 1 AWFUL CUT a ppeoe Europe with and help our
Made for Campaign
THOUGHTS 8 80 when Pres. Truman told : Proposal
his staff to Invite Mrs. Thackreyand SPINSTER SISTER Build Good Swim; Pool' own henfcptMre. by callinc together
And withal they learn to bt idle wanderinc t to ; CMurta. ...... Central
about from house to house: and not only Idle but daughter to lunch the problem OR> SOME OTHER f Editor Orlando Morning Sentinel:
fathers also and busybodies. speaking things which was to find them. Finally the DAMS 11EY'QE mny ( There has been much talk and I and South Asaartcaa country

tiM, ought not .1 Timothy 6:13. WhIt House called the FBI and IN& 1b MARQV OFF t 2. L. writing, about a swimming pool heeds sad thereby streoothen our
.: I ,4" O-Men were given the job of find- : suitable for this good city. Withal own dileoees stMsdardtttnc" ourovert

Your Uttle-latUers. and those who listen to Pearson lag Mrs. Thackrey who happened i we seem to be Just where we three branches of defense and

land>r. by my Rood will should an b. named to be registered at the Sutler started some years of ago the-Coliseum with one lend the real money, yes. X Mid
small back
Ute former by their tonfues. the latter by the Hotel here. When O-men caned the hotel, however t 3 which pool stands idle. I have yet to fend." That Is lean to the net"

ran.-Tltui Plautui, the Sutler, for some reason, did not admit I .1hcaarL ?'e hear anything said or written. of our fttttrnbors to strengthen

that she was there. ELEANOR ABGAMS t I' that gives a complete reason for their defense in ce of aa. emer

The Flying Saucers Mystery Finally J. Edgar Hoover himself took up the J39Z. POST ST- 'I establishment of a municipal pool I gam'T''
search resorting to the simple expedient of telephoning PMe,1M Rrvrt lra..r.nral .r.rnnDliGatf i .7.4 for Orlando. A pool for

WE DO something in America Broadway Columnist Leonard Lyons Infew youngsters and those who can- '
WHEN not find a place to bathe seems to Abandonment of Two Forty
York.wean .
world know that we do it in a PITCHING HORSESHOES be the chief argument. So far so
z big way. Lyons reported that Mrs Thackrey was registered gc=>d. but why not approach this | System for Theocracy Urged
at the StaU r. Having a lot to do In Wash subject in the same attitude that : Editor. OrlAndo Moraine Sentinel:
If we fight a war, we fight a big one. If ington. she did not return to her hotel until late. brought us the present stadium Democracies are aa unstable u

we have a stock market crash it resoundsto Meanwhile the President decreed that he On Hammerstein and ZieqfeldIy That cost good money and now I the people of that democracy.Look .
at the tendalkSe la
see that it may be considerably elections
couldn't wait, went ahead with lunch.
the far corners of the globe. If we marry .... enlarged. I understand that the -first to one side and then to the
a' foreign girls, we marry 'em by the thou- SILLY ROSE wrote libretto and lyrics for this show. Junior Chamber of Commerce has I!other. Take prohibition as an eg-
Now that the Supreme Court has given the
Something like a year back. I wrote a piece Though Showboat is probably the best word- been requested to give its boostto ;I ample. A tot of people thought
Federal Government the priceless ocean bed adJacent -
sands.here's the $10.000 stadium expense. prohibition would cure our drink
nothing small about our opera- to the American: coastline Interesting discussions about Oscar Hammerstein nand Florenz Ziegfeld. and-music job in the history of our theater the That's fine too, and those boys can evil and an amendment. WM made

tions. have taken place Inside the Truman Cabinet !- That was before my Jabberwocky was being syndicated Great Glorifier never liked the show and didn't, put it over. i\ to the Constitution >in that hope
as to what should be done with it. We raise $10,000 for a golf tournament .j After yean of trial prohibition
around. I'd like to take another crack at It. ;
r Now wo are having an epidemic of think It had a chance. Too much plot-too much
Prior to the Supreme Court decision, Californiahad and that seems to pay out I was revoked. Now it is wanted
'"11,1ft' saucers." Reports of sighting let various leases to private oil companies seeing as how it never appeared in any of the talk-talk-not enough opportunities for the showgirls all right and it does get some." aacOn. You cannot! pleaee the peo

them. come from all quarters of the na- including Signal Oil formerly owned by Ed Pau- papers which are now carrying the column. to sashay around in beads and bricabrac.The national publicity for Orlando as pie. What one person wants another -

tI.... ley ex-treasurer of the Democratic National Com- Besides being the hottest hunk of talent functioning morning after Showboat opened. Ziegfeld l does also the baseball by professional does DOL
clubs during the Winter. A two party system is no good.
We're not going to let Sweden's flying mittee.If on Broadway these days Oscar Hammer- drove up to the theater in one of his four Rolls Now. suppose we start getting It worked in the early days of the

rocket stories of last year outdo us. the Federal Government required the oil stein is one of the nicest Royces. He saw a great crowd around the entrance ourselves excited over having a Republic. even then they had their

The at the Orlando companies or California to pay back royalties for guys show business ever and yelled "Somebody do something! My theater standard swimming pool; the beat 1! problem and wars. State rights
Sentinel telephones Morning oil taken from land which actually belonged to hatched. He fathered a \ Is on fire!" engineered and designed that if ,. proved inadequate. West the

offices are ringing constantly, the Federal Government they would be bankrupt. dozen fine shows and a Showboat averaged better than $50,000 a week obtainable. Let's buy this poolfor I I world needs is a strong central

.with requests" for the inside dope on the Therefore it was announced even before the Supreme hundred hit songs before w i i for 100 weeks, but Ziggy had so many other things: two specific purposes: [11)) To government a theocracy, if you

wucera. Court trial that these back royalties would he wrote Oklahoma! On 'CF i to do with the dough that weeks would often slip bring national and internationalswim will take It. Mine fer. the people
We wish could not be collected. meets here regularly. sum- can be no better rule than the
where t
we the
uncover secret. the thoroughfare ;;
t- by without the authors getting their royalty checks.' .
and Winter. Let's people us.'IAertk1e
mer give ourselves
The fact is all know Is Legislation has lobe passed however regarding it's hard,to agreement
wo we read in t One day Oscar and Jerome Kern got tired of and our visitors the fascinating "two party" rule tn
the papers. the continuation of present leases and as to ao. what street comes between .., waiting for their royalties and decided to have it opportunity of seeing the Heaven neither should there bon

w w how new leases shall be made. 42nd and 44th. it's .' e t out with Mr. Z. They drove up to the great show- nation's finest swimmers: seeing earth.

MEANTIME, WE CAN only offer the ob- To that end. Sec. of the Interior Krug proposedto pretty generally conceded e man's estate at Hastings-on-the-Hudson a layout them win and lose at this ,randand ALBERT S. HODOE8.
JLT1 senraUons of Atty. Gen. Clark last week that a bill drawn up that Oscar rates the title which would make Mount Olympus look tacky. healthful sport. The people

highly-placed military by his Interior Department subordinates: be sent Mr. Broadway.I They had trouble parking because Ziggy's Rolls will be avid for such performance Reader Advances 'Reason'
min and scientists on the "mystery." to Congress continuing the present leases which count myself fortunate Money will flow in to pay for the
\ Royces cluttered the drive.
Are the "saucers" a secret weapon designed previously had been made by the States. when I can get this As Wodehouse butler total expense of building and for Bus loading ComplaintEditor.
a was bowing them
by maintenance. Orlando would have I Orlando Moraine Sentinel:
some foreign ? The
power Army big sweetie-pie a man \
through the hand-carved doors Flo stuck a lather
profit and also the satisfaction of Mr. Peak P. ftwana's criticism
Clark's \
Discounts: that theory with emphasis. was Immediate. on the other side of a _- covered face out of an upstairs window and shouted constant publicity notice in every to the loading and.unloadtntT. of

4'Jlow about Army research projects No, -Hell no, he said "after winning this fight table and listen to him "Come on up boys. I'm shaving. Oscar and channel of sport news, because I the bides on Orange Ave. to amusing
says the Anny.'IAf' 1 Fm not going to give up what we've won." chin about his 25 years in show business. Especially Jerry stormed up to the bathroom-and stopped. swimming meets are absolute to me and must be to others

some of the people who claim they Clark who had a lot of experience with Texas his stories about the greatest showman of them Chatting with Flo in the little boy's room was ."tops". for picture subjects. Whatever i who know of the reUkttonehJp. Mr.

..saucers" victims of ? oil leases before he entered the Government then all, Flo Ziegfeld. a distinguished looking gent. He was sitting down. the cost we would get iThe t Swann is a brother-in-law of Paul

hysteria pointed out that some of the leases already signed "Hello boys." said Ziggy, casually. "Shake back "with interest" . [21 Mean owner of the City Cab Co.
thinks To this generation
the Ziegfeld William Powell
Army. by the States ran Indefinitely. Therefore. If the hands second purpose is secondary, yet so I can well imagine to him it la
one naval scientist Dr. C. J. Zohn Federal Government took them over as Is. it could- with talcum at the temples-bnt to anyone who with the King of Greece"And alone is sufficient reason for a I a little annoying to see the aide-

;.;:.- a rocket expert to boot-believes he nt. change them in the future: and some oil companies knew Broadway bribe 20s, Flo was the splendiferous darned If It wasn'tlOscar pool because we DO need a muni .walk -literally" blocked by people

actually saw a ylnJt saucer." might have big bonanzas which would continue Genie out of the_ Arabian Nights.He and Jerry stayed for lunch-the appe cipal pool in Orlando. Once completed getting off and on the buses.

The Navy has a plane called the "fly for years. spent money like the Government-and tiser WM terrapin flown up from Baltimore by there is no question as tits o Instead of walking north on
usefulness and value for local Orange Ave.. I
suttees he walk
He proposed therefore, that an leases worried little about special :plane. When they left late that afternoon -
ing flapJack" but says only one has been be examined as how much he owed. The bathers, if well kept and managed.The south between Church and Jack
made and that on an experimental basis. and a limit be placed on their terms. newsboy outside my theater tells me Ziggy died, they thanked Mr. Zlegfeld for a most big thing is to bring to Orlando son and see what a "haaardous

fo the "saucers" a hoax or a product Where companies had spent large amounts on a owing him $1.800 for papers-and that was In the charming day.Naturally the. great swimmers and risk" the pedestrian takes with

t w hysteria, nevertheless it that less productive well allowance should be made in days when papers sold for a penny. they never mentioned money. As swim shows by having the finest cabs racing back and ferth across
seems favor of the company. But he maintained that One of Ziegfeld's greatest successes was the Oscar put It, "How can you .dun a man who has standard pool in the whole State the sidewalk.
"everybody wants to
get into the act"tsew leases should not run Indefinitely. original production of Showboat !In 1927., Oscar the King of Greece sitting on the throne?" of Florida. I hope the Junior r In: hit first aittefe on tie tub-
.a..aw Clark als. proposed that when It came to Chamber boys will tackle this. Unless Ject he referred to himself aa beIng -

A Rtal Citizen Posses On new leases signed' by the U. 8. Government for found impractical. I would L "Tbick-beaned.- mart be
new wells the Federal Government should torn WESTBROOK PEGLER FINDS say build it immediately west of of the opinion there are quite a

1 1 rORK-A-DAY Jobs carry little romance ver 274 per cent of Its own royalty Income -to the City Auditorium-a central- few of the rest of us in his same

W or excitement with them but there is the States. location: a recreation area; category.ALSO

a fleck of satisfaction in watching a fellow Clark based this on the Federal leasing act already Union Journals in a. Dither FRANK A. FRENCH. A TAXPAYER.

do them cheerfully conscientiously and In existence by which the U. S. Government Division/ of Europe Five hundred years before Columbuc. -
well i pays JTIi>> per cent of any royalty it derives from I white men voyaged from

Such a man was Lawrence Brookings leasing minerals on public lands to the States in By WESTIROOK PEGLER munlsts. The Pilot was his own, paper and I Suggested in Relief Crisis; ; Iceland to harvest our trees

of AltamonU Springs. which those public lands are located. NEW YORK-Most union publications are much Curran could do no wrong. It formerly reported Editor Orlando Morning Sentinel: --- -- ----
Krug heartily agreed that the less honest In their dealings with their I am against appeasing the European
whole members
His friends problem outrageous penalties TUNE
against American IN
seafaring TbNS
My of him "he made liv should be studied further. countries. Molotov has I I tfT-TNT'
ing a full time Job." "Well get heads than the Pattern Makers' Journal even thoughthe men some of whom were set on the beach for now decided to want no help from i'
our knocked
He made in by Congress journal has had the. unwise effrontery to tell the United States other than hard .
men women and children whatever we recommend." he added ruefully. 99 years for petty altercations with other sailors Ford
with whom ho the rank and file that there Is cash so that he can use it as he Showroom
Issue of
came in contact firm and WWW an life and usually Negroes the sort of friction that constantly sees fit.

loyal' friends. When the Republicans reorganized the Senate death in the new provision which forbids unions occurs in close quarters under tension. The i It Is regrettable that the location -

To dewcomers ho was a fount of InforfMtloa they ousted the Democratic chaplain the Rev. to'use their money to pay for campaign literatureand union was so partial to Negroes that it came to be I of Greece and Turkey prevents '

H I. was never too busy to run an Frederick Brown Harris and replaced him with other political propaganda.The .- I cutting Europe in half and ,
errand or deliver a the Rev. Peter Marshall a Republican. However. known among sailors as a colored men'sand dealing only with the Western'half
message as a favor. It appears that Rev. Marshall does pattern makers are not men who cut Communists' union in which a nonCommunistwhite and let the USSR and her

Mr. Drookings was Altamonte's town agree with his Republican friends not entirely paper dolls into dress patterns. They are an man must watch his step very carefully. satellites overcome their own difficulties -

clerk and railway express agent For the tall sedate clergyman regarding labor. aristocratic trade of great skill These court-martial penalties were so outrageous < the best they can. It

Altamonte and Central Florida will miss broad-gauged talk at the New York delivered a who make wooden facsimiles of that presently The Pilots stopped printing them. might at this time be wise to suggest -

bin Ho lived life for the other fellow andtfefc rian' Church recently on labor. soil Ave. Presbyte ships propellors and mock-ups. y'ff' ' In New York, Trade Union Service Inc. owns that Europe divide into two i

should be his reward. and various problems on which the GOP conservation There are only about 13.000 of :<<' 15 union papers published by and for 15 separate sections known as the USSR, up will "Music Fills aOsdustaa
to certain
Congress a protected border and ('
has frowned. them In the country. Because they : CIO unions whose policies seldom conflict with that
the Western half unite under
j ,
Stf CtanWr Sessions Tabooed 'I am not u etlnsthat the whole respon are so few. they have no political: those of the leading spokesmen for the Communist a representative government to be
sibility I Influence In the AFL. which is too movement. The. statement of
for labor unrest lies upon employers" \ ownership requiredby known as the United States of >
:" tCEOOM Or THE press got a lift from Rev. Marshall -but I do say without any fear of bad because they are cleaner and j .<., law has revealed that the stockholders are Europe. I

J1 the Governor of Georgia<<' the other day. contradiction that where employers are Ood-gulded .more dignified than any other < ,,; ,, Corliss Lamont. son of Thomas Lament of J. P. Our Uncle Sam has financed i "Ross st as Kan'i
men AFL union in the country.L Morgan and Co. Waterman two World Wars for Europe witha
Oov Thompson told the State . and where they are willing to ; James Wise son of
Board of run their
wwJnesm as Christ would I doubt that they are so stupid j ,) Rabbi Stephen S. Wise. Frederick Vanderbilt a hangover of some $20 billion I
smpgintt that all State boards should con- that labor troubles run them then. I say as to believe the propaganda fired j eat and William Osgood Field. *- due-or should we say wiped off I sec::at iffns
t;*ci the ptople'e busineee in the presence "It has would vanish. them In their journal. '.. as not collectable-$4 billion from Ate1 soar
?0'the pufefp t and the 'r.... leaders been proved that where labor union The International Teamsters All these have been cited many times by the World War I. It would seem now t. a
come face to face with such a spirit their Tobin Dies Committee and its the that our good old Uncle Sam
successor new
[ The Hoard of R,+ *nt had the for years has been
# adopted own spirit of rebellion a personal
1 hostility and suspicion . permanent committee on on-American activities. be doing something for us
f l lifriint trick of meeting in the presence is melted and broken down. publicity organ for Dan Tobin the president. Thereare Americans and our Latin American

M pret for routine aJfeirt, then doing ?ben Is a shoe manufacturer named John- times when you might think: Tobin was God's Corliss Lamont seems to be on excellent termswith neighbors if he would take WDBO 8:30 P.M.

i,. -'- c ntrover ll aM secret business la wn 1Endlcett[ -7ohnson Shoe Co.] who has understudy. I Just took down a number at random. his father whose position thus seems to me

iv. H *iof lab r trouble la his factory because he Is deter-no It Is the November 1944 Issue. This Is the table of to have been ambiguous and mysterious for several

mined Ie de what Is tltht and contents: yean. The Fields represent Vanderbilt money, Aa wc f. -- Pood.
n. 6e> ...., expressed in tfiiatioaa U Christ 4Jreettd.rh. treat his empl07e5 "Truth about a tired fortune left from the enormous and more I Baseball I '
the Statler Umpire
!d M M *'cT*>ffMne.t .U the people' same thing could happen in Drunk Witnesses Brawl; Naval Officer or less ill-gotten money of a decadent and pathetic
a coal mine Say; Roosevelt and
I i.....rn a41d Silo.. people. are ea4 *led to Twichlns- on the question of reclamation to Broadcast: Dewey Would Kill Social Tobin family, noted more for its casual marriages and

...... wl'aat' h tl+foNt. :. soil conservation,. both drastically cut by GOP and picture of Dewey crashing a picket line Security: Con-; shocking divorces in the last 40 yean than for HORIZONTAL 6 5 Arm Let blood bone eeltot
leaders any other activity. 1.4 Pictured
J' T1iMo smart talk. Senate chaplain! said that soil erosion scription Is Essential to Peace GOP
Pldfi4a beards take alone destroys ; helped The 15 union papers published by Lamont's baseball 7 Bloom
300.000 Business-Into
,litiMit.. TN....* oJfico eWeM forget thatv relent to -dumpta Into acres the of ocean land each annually year"equi Unions Unanimous Bankruptcy for Roosevelt.; New** Jersey AFL son and his associates sell for from a nickel to 15 umpire 8 9 While Stair ,IAa"tU11

tM4r pay chock cornea from the people. farms of ISO acres tachi ." 1.875 cents and In most of these unions the members 11 Nut 10 Wets parts
Statler brawl occurred at a drunken rout are directly or indirectly, compelled to receive 13 Reference .
11 South. Amen.l5
given for Roosevelt by Tobin in the 1S44 cam- this propaganda as an obligation of membership. Skin

_ i Orlando I Morning Sentinel Radio Program I paign.Smith. It the was UP's described appallingly by Merriman Thus the published propaganda Is> a penalty In 18 Believed 12 can Negative rodents Jl Living on 42 Ascend

__ two White House man in his book meted on these workers by the union policy of 18 Beg 14 German river sums) 43 Tellurium
,. year later but was not described at all the Roosevelt Government and this is 19 First murderer 17 Italian
ea IF.dr+l i..w9 Roc. ..w tt.p wu auea won (40) by a condition river Pealer (au 1
... O ort O*. *Ttatvt... T 4i One f n. u..o risewhltem.. C.dn.a4 the press at the time. Smith told us that some of which the Pattern Makers' League would now defend 21 Mouthward 20 Roman 34 He is with the 45 Ed**

h >'>* taw heirN*.Drtft.. ,. ..11 N ""-_ r.rt hit. ____ bad W1ttwaala C'L .... the teamsters were disgustingly drunk but we find and in the future maintain. 22 Not as much market day American 47 Steamship $

M Dr. red .. .+ :tan: MCA.SJWW! Whttt a* a..t1ld.. s III J Aa4aa (?.ark -r..a. Mty__.-.StadK Party ..--- the 800,000 members of the union who are com- from Dave Beck to Dave Beck. who in the north 25 Painful spots 24 Tracks 30 Card games SO Ceweas petet

i M 11 T\ae tzte MtMd.., __ Tent b PIn," Nan pelled to pay for the paper. west is Dan Tobin's satrap over the teamsters and, 28 Purgative 25 Stains 40 Facts $I
NuW 8u It.bIc __ Outmoded
= --etadb Party .....
i' N... 1.21 J.nrt.' Jai.Jut -- .. R.dt. Bede. Roosevelt and Tobin to in the country at large, is Tobin's rival. Donkeys XAid (rib) s
ICI ... : Broadcast needs 28 Two '
: (prefix)
$ no
Air t. ._..
a/ The :::
-- i.w,2 Theme
.. .tMj. emphasis bat,Dewey Would Kill Social One of Beck's group tried to kin off Tobln's 29 I l. a tt i .. 11 II R' .. j I
._ Hypotheticalforce
to a. r !?5 ? ". ***". PI&Jtae Ltw1a l"r. ..,..r a. ___ was a deliberate lie national publication during the r-
tea arsea. : J> *:: J B*.r .-.-. I>.Br MutM . la tfc* BPOTTUU .. Intended to deceive the members war ostensibly
IS surer ... &UBM .: and as a patriotic I. t I)
Unit Matte for DUMB* to enhance Tobln's personal gesture to save paper. 30 Month rL
..tN nab ._ e. h..1 .._ position
... ..w....e Toe = ; '.;.;;-: := s etw. H.tks V..KaltrabonV .nt.. .... with Roosevelt. Of course some private publishers capitalists 33 Tips I. E II. Ij
*-.1.ss 11 A_. Mat Botf SUa r DaY>> _ Dial t Duo The have extolled themselves and assumed oracular 37 Leg boner AI''
a w 1-a. Dr. C1>n tiaa . Jahmur M.4.r. Dial DIM ___ picket toe which Dewey' crashed j
-. e w.rwt.lli '- i ajUary _: J.h ay MxltraMM _Dul : DIM_ _ planted by a. union which for was qualities and angelic virtues in print. The difference 38 Be furtive I'i 4 o .u 1
l *. Kknhm OkkrM BMiUt DU1 DIM dominated years has been however is that they do this either with 39 Well-balanced
? br
ffka*. te Kfertlut. MM _.. : Communists and l\ it I.
ISM a *ric -r Dili IXM Dewey was merely their own 40 Missne
f.r. II..... .,. ]<... Thai IoN Thorp'. Aaettoa keeping a routine money or with borrowed or promoted .
.. T.rd ...... .._ 1'11. r... D1U s DIM __ 'Tobin, engagement. On the other hand. money. That is private enterprise. The Roosevelt- 44 Festival 1; ]" -
.j te'ki t;;ts:,.t"-a sk.a -Jlf IitaT.kl;d!.r; himself had published a general order union coercive 45 Incite. t
aattti ay .11 T. N aaa..eed, ehsOe s UU4.mmada Big Story i ta the guise of an editorial entitled combination forced people to join 46 Hydrophobia
flrli C Ie De.r.p e. We ., taus .; fix. SumT Tbetter Go Through and then forced them to 's 1
Those for the i
= Picket pay of
1P. "b. 1 tt 0...., k W.L.u.. R r.B.d. MB. **mT TtmtorTw Ltaes. This was a service toWs publications support 48 Obtain
ISM rase.t1a1ly .-..,- l wa H*-* tad Sport*. chief. Roosevelt- WHn Roosevelt WM annoyed against which lied to them concealed crimes 49 Igneous rocks o i. ... ... .
IC 11 ,. _. by them 'i
,. Star* DT* DtWlautP 0 Hutn.u .t WMb. strikes in the war Industries. the gangsters In charge. praised 91 Stupefies
10 *. *. MMM The political '
Huts M.re.a Year CBIted
U. l "._.. Mete ?..-.. H' IT krrgsa .-.. Your Pmlted MtfsiE H t'i of the other two titles needs no elaboration.quality rogues -vilified honest men and used their money 53 Reduce to. In I i'
\ _. Bacna P r.da *.". to campaign for candidates and propositions ashes f
i.w : *"Meta ..'taM Orcft. ....-;...8u-x.m-----_ The teamsters seem to be the dumbest of all they detested all In 11\ itIIiIi10 !'N '4L M 1 E
Onk. ..._ D._ a.. __. I our people. violation of their fundamental S4 Wager IJIW
. lEa f T t)n>k _..u .- n0.t ilh.ae HO'&lUa tai rights as citizens of the Republic. None of 115 r
.. Throughout the war The Pilot of the the VERTICAL J-tJr'
--- -on -JII.". III 8ia. OU. National rank and file objected to this law
Ofd -_ Maritime Union of the CIO. carried many pictures of union money for against the misuse 10intment'B\ ISo -.sa II

..- -- J'I seldom fewer than five of Joe Curran. itsprutdent Only the union bosses politics and propaganda. 2 Movement I
objected Ii
.who: then followed t&a lint of the com- interest: were hurt. because only their ,Lt$mat Note of scale ,-l J i


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Watson Wins Re-Hearing in Case Against 'Glades ProjectDelay

t------- a Wednesday, July 9, 1947 rlanbn 1Itnrning 'rnttnrlh Page 51

GrantedIn : Canned Citrus Dairymen Meet i iI -, .r"., .'. FCC To Hire


Juice Figures I ',, :i14ii'::: '::::" : Telephone Rates i iIJ ConcentratesPublicist

: :
TransferOf At Miami Today I
Seen Better I
I, JACK CUINETT ij Jump OpposedTALLAHASSEE I [IC: .. C'. ',j, ,.. .. s.n.r)
MIAMI BEACH rAP) Approximately -
Land Suit ....., ., .. '" ....".1 300 dairymen from all sec- LAKELANI-TM reeea4.h

WINTER HAVEN- Figures on 1! lions of Florida will gather here ttJPl Railroadand committee of the Florid CIINI

I the carryover of the current pack I today for the first annual meet 3 Public Service Com. Jerry I Commission voted yertedsf. Ie
TALLAHASSEE (fUPI I AttrOen. 'of Florida canned cUrua Juices will ing of the Florida Dairy Industry Carter yesterday filed an opinion repnud/Od .
employ a special'
{show the industry in a much better Aura opposing Increases in telephone
J. Torn WaUoo mttrdar statistical position than last Distributors and producers +ar rates for service within Florida, I to promote utilisation of duns

was rtheinnc far one ef hit mtuittrut year although the price structure merged last year to form the new I granted April 26. concentrates which duitat the

. State ptrtftrtpftUoa In the ''La nothing to brag about. according organization. Formerly there was : Carter said no increases shouldbe I past season hove been p. I

Cmtl4 N' .ttanl Park project to Informed processors last an annual combined meeting of L'7'' put into effect until a by more than a half dares }MtW
; "
aDd a drttr M anethrr.WftUan night the Florida Products Assn. and b :; sion survey now in C00uni.5-1 In Florida.
ifttoa a petition In LmaOfecttH Figures released yesterday by I Florida Dairymen's Assn. As acombine co-operation of i The action was taRe after 1M
Court fr rrhnrtni of the the Growers Administrative Committee this would have been the munications Commission has been research committee watch till
.*.. M vfcMfe Ala injunction at Lakeland indicated that two organizations' 19th annual ___ completed. 1 I headed by R. A. WIder. 34 M&-

MJUM4 the state spending 12 through July ft canners had used. conference. "The survey will work out a I land discussed the osttrrepresentaUves V...
BMftoQ erg the prajm was duTfet approximately' 19.g million boxesof I
reasonable for dividing: CIfIIIraM
of e o A
include J.
will Dr.
***** bans. WM Nt for otangea slightly oter the 1945- Speakers 'j Interstate tolls rates between i manufacturers.At .
Attg" II.TA. ., 4. average, and 15,S million boxes V. Knapp. State veterinarian American Telephone and Telegraph I
of little than Tallahassee; Dr. W. T. Sowder. t its meeting Jrir 2 the
grapefruit or a more ,
Co., and phone finns'within
# ..a... 'Hal .! .
? i it. State health officer Jacksonville Commission autherbed Fenders"
less for its
0's million than last :
fear the State.
.*tt+4 U Ik. n.,. that h. fc4MM ; and Road McCann. director A : fr
hire men
the same r1od.Balancf'd I to a
"Proper division of tolls. Car-
Len Mtiftetf. of a Marine *f the American Dry Milk

the U wh mmt appeared
f. ,*%l..4... .. a *.*ill. I. against this usage Is Institute Chicago. ter said "will result in sufficient position a
the report from a reliable source warranted.Fender
disease. anther MIL It I* ahead increases to short line com-
at rtraUliK ,... IraiMfrr of experienced In statistical work. Four University of Florida offi- x a panies to obviate the necessity of said the coasnlil S

1.*.. aM .. w..... UM .. that reduced to cues of packed dais. Dr E. L. Fouts. Dr. R. B. t'" .'' :. a general increa. in intrastate. would contact Gen Ur, Itofcart
tbo r.. taI ...,nlu..ISL futcea. the industry through Jun Becker, Dr. D. A. Sanders and Dr. l\\ I tolls. C. Evans of the Contmia-. who
:$ had moved 3.149.000 cases of %v. C Reeves will discuss dairy !' now is in Washington. aDd Isairret
The land has already been ddMl grapefruit Juice. 14201.000 case activities at the university. :, f a .a him to confer with a U.. Department -
to the park aM the S3 million of orange Juke and 7.525.000 cases The convention which will last t.\# : y'" <; ::f' FLORIDA NEWS BRIEFS : of Agriculture iBpiajrr

was paid ta UM rrdtral Oovtmm of blended Juice three days, also will include a I > who has had coostderaMe' sport'oaoaeateatlee

rt ttttral .rU ago It wffl b* For the two weeks ending dairy women's conference. <, Court Holds BillCan't I ence in buying of

lived to bur up pmately-wned' June SS the Industry had movedas and who has applied for the position
land. turh tfc* Oortrnmrnt wail ... <, .. .. ,
average, per week f C57. Three Youths Jailed ; .
ndnnn, UttvufD court procedure raw of dins PrMatta-ene .f Z'( ;"-' '::= : 'w;, _' I Be Recalled, I Promotion of citrus costeairaM: .
the blche rate .f movementIn 'On Stowaway Charge . : AV in the school lunch field wffl fee

Mine time. JACKSONVILLE IUP1 Three EXCITING NEWS FROM NEW YORK: Mrs. New York to their children. On the left i Delay:.i one of the first tasks armeed a

I About Florida I carryover But here picture is the u sour of side right of now.the youths mere in Jail here yesterday Dick Aiken, wife of the Sanford tenor who won j Bedford E. Aiken 3d, ond D-an Aiken th I THE yester- I Fender the man said hired for the .......

Reliable processing sources say charged with stowing away on the the Arthur Godfrey talent show contest, is oldest child, .is on the right. In Mrs. Aiken'j s ruled that bills passed by
Ir .. that going for unsweetened' I SS Kingsport Victory for passage shown letter from her husband in 'j Ann Aiken the child. I the Legislature and submitted to I
** *. fv'm* ',*-" -''j -f <." prices from San Juan. Puerto Rico to reading a lop is Wright youngest Two Boys Escape Police
the Governor not be recalled
Q, Mow. eld do trees grapefruit Juice range from 60 ..!a Jt. .... may
Jacksonville.The , ,
.A. and killed by indefnite postponement !
1Mw1A. to 12\. cents a dozen No. 2 cans I After Being Sentenced
f.o.b. canning plant Orange Juice youths all American citl- 'CINDERELLA MAN' OWES SUCCESS TO WIFE'S EFFORTSTenor's ; . In a 6-1 decision, thecuuri
Known the "wood eter : .
M tars mere listed as Pedro Juan ordered Speaker Thomas I MIAMI (API J Two 1.-,..- M
U In the 95 cents-Si bracket while
baL lie cyprvaa' M retarded at i Riviera. 14. Ramon Almodval. 16. Beasley and Chief Clerk: Lamar boys escaped from the Bade CMa-
tfc* eMtftt.. total tiring on earth blended Juke ranges SO to 85 I and Ramon Rosado. 17. Bledsoe of the 1947 House to certify -{!ty Court House yesterday m thr
tUtataf" an age of tooo year (cents were being taken from the IIftIaI -
1---- to the Secretary of State a
rVfld* SrnAter" at Loni.ood.fcu These prices the statistical Dreams Realized i I floor courtroom of Couaty .*.*.i
an rtttmatrd of 3300 source said are being generally reflected ed that there will be more of a County measure to ex-
age I tend the incorporate city limitsof I W. F. Blanton who had .MS sentenced
In retail outlets all over normal figure when the data is
yeses I the country and make Florida i I collected-the norm being generally j Hallandale . The measurewas I each to the Juvenile] IIIdu '

Q II.. Orlando always borne canned Juices the best buy In their accepted as about 2'2 months' I' By MAYME HODGKIN Conservatory of Music where he and after he won the top award at, passed by both the House and trial School. at Mariana asked ...-
who to
that turner line-and the consumer Is reacting supply at all levels of distribution 'G "r O n Star Ccrrespon't' I spent one semester. He credits his the Orlando Police Reserve show,Senate and certified to the Gover- i Police mere
A."I1w community first was. to the low prices by greater canning plant to the retailer. II SANFORD One more proof I confidence and certain technical he was supposed to go to New f nor . However before it becamea lain a watch for the boy were ta
,consumption. The movement into consumer that dreams substantiated by hard achievements which have made York for an audition. However law it was recalled at the request advised that one wu "