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: July 13, 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: UF00079944:00222
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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-Convicts- Flay WardenFor Senators Fail !FBI -Arrests Two'Men

' |ITo Reach Vote

Prison Shootings

.A. On Tax SlashFinal In Atomic Secret: Theft

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Claim Seven \. Action Seen .
On Slate Tomorrow

Sing Another Chorus Please.i I Former ArmySergeants
Negroes Killed WASHINGTON [AP] Republican I

sponsors failed in ' .t r
an effort to ram the $4 billion

income tax cut bill through ...... Face
Without CauseGrand Q-
I at a night, Senate session last :; ,

night and final action was put off t

Jury Quiz I until tomorrow, after a ,10 hour I ; I ."' I I i SfernCharges
long-winded debate.
Slated Wednesday I M. A vote then-with passage assured .
-was arranged in an Informal Pair DescribedAs
BRUNSWICK Ga [AP] A. gentlemen'a agreement between -

Negro convict told a coroners -r leaders of Democratic and ( i LG tLO A Souvenir Hunters

Jury yesterday that Republican parties. The Senate (
Warden W. G. recessed at 7:49: p.m. until tomorrow "- .. i i
Worthy -
opened at noon. Z AT FBI last night arrested tw'
fire with a pistol and
The GOP leadership once turn- former Army HI'M"g sad

yBed U guards get tm have li" I(red down such an agreement, but 'charged them with stealing
as 27 prisoner raced' for a high 00
accepted it later after Dem. lead-
II highly restricted documents
wlrt few to an attempted escape
I Barkley of Ky. told them he I
Saturday.Another. I 'r 5t I and data about the .....'s -..fClo&tb".iU&1'dttllHrlt
believed Pres. Truman will veto.I
:, a0
eenvkt testified the SEN. JOHN BRICKER (R-Ohio], right [above], tells reporters the measure promptly without ,,. 1 110 bomb. .4le aesallg
warden wa half drunk and how William L Kaiser fired shots I I
two at yesterday in the waiting the usual 10 days.
wanted to km me.r .- subway from the Capitol to the Senate Office Bldg. Bricker:.I The arrested msa ass A3ee
Barkley in giving his ideas of
Ton Der Loft. 7$. af Ma. tr--.
*# eoovtcU la the all-Negro
was unharmed as' the subway car carried him out of r ( _
range. what the President will do. shout-
state Highway Road Camp Mar Kaiser held Z ) I Pa. and Earneat: D. ....... H. at
far assault with
intent to blamed Bricker for ed he wa.S "astonished" what
here died &tcatantly in the blast of I i Chicago Aestar tadlvt. ally. 11M
tosses in financial deal
put l and shotgun far,. Two 1 1ethen a years ago. some Republicans apparently ( FBI said, they aside f...sand

died later tn a hocpitalj I feared that either Senate Democrats 7-r/ J photograph ,rasa the ataesrN

pig wet woundedWarden 'I Short Citrus or Mr. Truman "would Indulge bomb plant at Los Alasae*. N K.

Worthy and County : Crop Seen In some kind of chicanery" I Everything they tk. FBI We.

Chief ef Police. Russell B. Mender i iant j to delay adjournment of Congress I J. Edrar Hoover said baa ..*..*.

both dented the warden had | Florida's' citrus crop for 1947-48 is going to be'far short July 26.That. I, been recovered and rtiwMd to

j fc en drinking and Worthy testified ., of this years figures experts in all parts of the citrus belt adjournment goal Is s 9s the Atomic Energy >MHB4 .

said yesterday. bound up In the action on'thetax lion

.I did .... wy ..., '.. fcave IU Although the Government estimators have not yet.released measure. s s o 1EQE LIES r// c / I Hoover said the leash ......

When they ma. they I tale forecasts for next season, they did announce thisweek The President can If he desires /5's' r r were stolen before ... Cts'IIa

tsards) knew U let 'e. hat It. that growing traditionwere <, wait 10 days-not counting 0 s I Atomic CommfcrtoB aaaa fella

Tk** are mr "' .n.- I.*, less favorable than lat cans are bringing from 83 to 90 Sundays-between the time he ,,,,,, existence. He piaesd rswtri
This ,
aituatlon. combined ,, ,
Jull.I cents dozen and 46-ounce gets the bill and the time he gives 7; &,;,, :
a cans II
The ", ...U..Uoa.. conducted at the irregular bloom which $1.70 to $1.95.Grapefruit it his promised veto. Delay In bURy: for the breath of seeaaev

the prlMA camp by tO-year-oid lowed' the freeze, are figured to canned sales are acting on the bill would cut the I "within the safe and emctaafve

Coroner J, D. Baldvtn and attended make the crop ahorter. showing signs of life with prices time for a vote to over-ride If e I II II II jurisdiction of the r fAmy's beam.
The trade In the North is beginning
by ".. Negro members of the to realita the thort- ranging from 65 to 78'i cents for the President took the full 10 hattan Enfiaeec XNatrtet,*
local ehaptrr of the National Aseoelttoa age prMperU for the demandfor No. 2 cans and .$1.60 to $1.65 for f days. y Both men wtee arnetod aartrlut
46-ounce sizes.Canners .
$ for the Advancement of canned citrus began to pick I night von DIr! Uir In Ml
was appreciably daring the week. with warehouse stocks BlondeCalled
Colored People adjourned with. Young Lebanon and WalBa ta Chieaga.
Th heavy consumption rate forth unsold are beginning to get I
nut a verdictlUMvia first six months of the year wire, telephone calls and. let- i 'Chronic Alcoholic' Von Der Luft will be arraiCMd at
Mid It would b* withheld plus a shortage of canned l'oodIln ten from the trade asking for I Pittsburgh. WaUia in Chtc *>. ..

until after the Dijon uperioe Florida warehouse and In large heavy supplies at once. After Man 1 a ume not aanouaoed by the W,

Court grand jury ....... here ;channels started the ball rowing Those with goods'left'and who Slaying .. r They fate taaaa9Mav p.a..... tf
"..! Wednesday to inrHlat the I!, Orange Juice la In heavy de- are well financed are playing.hrd I URBANA. HL (UPJ,Bettl,Jean!I i I European AidI j Hoover May Head President's New I'convicted. el HtM flaw and tta.*
t aheest++g.Willie. j jf "f Band with prices on No. 2 cans ,to get figuring the market will j'If Gruvert .30-year-old blonde who{ I i years te prtaoa.I .
ranging from tt to StjOS a dozen move higher as the Summer ad I has adrift f.id slaying a tavern i Federal .CommitteeOn I
H Bell, described by land I for 46-otmcc cans from $2.35to I vances. I l i I owner to get his $1.700 bankroll.was 'I I The Lot Atoatae loot aMt..
Warden Worthy a. UM ringleader U.H> a dozen.I There are about 10 million cases : described yesterday as a i' ; more than M9 phniagiapaa sad

of the. sassed break testified the I There 1s a steadily Increasing i of canned citrus left In Florida.. chronic alcoholic who started Meeting Opens Modernization i Plane Off Today negative ofvariant. phaM sf
demand for blended Juices. No.2. some of which is already sold. ; drinking when she was 13 and I I the
warden asked. him to step away once threatened to kill her mother WASHINGTON UPI Influential I j'j atomic beatb tad the Mat etc-

Irena the group ef convku" lined I r r with a knife. 1 I PARIS [UP] Forty-eight Republicans reported last night j II! WASHINGTON Pres.Truman's i pkwtons. found .to Wattkf p etNa.
up in the prison yard. I VFW Chief Raps GI States Atty. John J. Breese said Statesmen sat down around a''!: that Herbert Hoover will be appointed -I ,.filon. and a foldar ta wa Df
Women Are Miss Gruver also had told a policeman a member and "probably ,i ichairman" new plane the In- 'I Luffs M
postearion ..
I { <9OBteaMas .
lie MM Ke refmed **Weaa*. Home Loan Controls she ,was going to "blow table in the foreign office'yesterday of a non-partisan i i dependence, will leave hereat I 1 fidential and >
I knew fc. wanted I his head off." fateful commission created by Congress to higkflj iatuuu4i
t. bUt ... and opened a j 11:30: a.m. today on its i data rtmtetoc tIM .
I to
Bell ah. said Warden Worthy" Biggest Ache! I InALmGIt. WASHINGTON [AP] Louis E. Miss Gruver, a former night club : Russian-boycotted ,con-' modernize the executive branch! first official flight. taking meat and eeartructtem devatop eC UM
hostess who looks of the Federal
like Government. j
*. . SUrr. Veterans of Foreign Wars a teen-aged i "
was bslf ,...t. ference on the. Marshall plan ; Griswold and half dozen atomic bomb.
Dwight a
N. C. IUPJ The big- : bobby soxer. was under arrest These GOP Congressmen said
Th warden said he ahot Ben get headache In the Job. a harassed -j I j commander 'declared yesterday' after confessing she killed Glenn j I which was, perhaps their last ,' the former President will be named members of his Greek-aid mission The thefts were flnt ..........

tfIN .lei when the conrtct < State driver's license examiner i'I j Congress had made veterans 1c- Tilton. 40. with his own gun in his chance to pull the 16 Western by House Speaker Martin CR- :. staff to Athens. j here Wednesday' when .....

charted him and tried to take h1Ip<oL declared yesterday, is not the 't tims of a secondary financial boycott" -I tourist cabin last Wednesday. European nations they represent Mass.], who also will appoint three < The plane also will carry back to Hiekenlooper. fR-la.{, *r 11M
colorblind moron who uses a horn [ by limiting Government out of a deepening morass of ; other members of the 12-membcr [
for a brake but "women with bargain l:,i pur- Greece the body of the late Greek [Continued en Page 2. CM. IJ]
chase of'GI home And Easter Is Past! I bankruptcy, hunger and despair.If group. I
Charles Veal, counter training who refuseto ambassador to Washington. Cimon
an Atlanta conWet I their deliberations succeed. Martin declined to comment on i
I I I Starr said this will result In MILWAUKEE [UP] Casey. j
also said the wait their turn in line. the report. He told a reporter that I P. Diamantopoulos who died several -
warden was Western Europe may with American
They never understand why practically drying up GI home the cantering Cassowary at The Weather
drinking he would not disclose the
and declared he heard help, attain to a prosperity names months ago.
loans. information indicates
Park laid
Pur Washington Zoo
( a
they e&Q"be first the examiner -
the warden My to WWw and mutual that it has of any appointees until he makesall I
Bell trust
Cwnt : who naturally wanted togo I that the smaller lending' agencies great big green egg yesterday.Zoo never Rear Adm. James H. Foskett. ORLANDO AND VHJtMTT:
you. out Pee*re, I want. to kiD unnamed. declared as he pointed ;, and home town banks are discouraged officials Immediately renamed known. : four public next week. the President's naval aide will I Considerable tI..diei. dtb

Howard down a long line of applicants.i and cannot continueGI the fleet ostrich-like bird Count Carlo Sforza, Italy's ', accompany the body as the scattered afternoon *r iiiajin

ttd Adams UM jury an Atlanta the eon- I,I loans." Cassandra. Foreign Minister, warned that I Arms Merger Bill President's representative.The i thunder showers t-.. a4 to
warden if they fail civilization will be I morrow. Gentle vcraMa ....to-
b* will make at
lan aheoUng with hU pistol, and House Group Okays plane a stop I
fetted to t e other guarda "Jet Army Fails To Confirm set back 10,000 years. |I' Wins House Boost Frankfort. Germany to pick up I west winds.Cracker .
'rm hate,ttLeaders I [ Dewey Seen Eying Undisturbed by East-West fnc- |i I Mrs. Griswold and then go on to *
Army-Navy Unity WASHINGTON rAP] The bill'
--- I Super Rocket Reports j tion the conference worked with' to the and Air Athens. i
Bids unify Army Navy ) Jim Sez:
I WASHINGTON (UPI) A Housei + Running Mate 1 speed unprecedented in International -
Violate Force was approved yesterday by
i I Executive Expenditures SubCommittee I WHITE PLAINS. N. M. (UP]
since the end
Army Ordnance Proving Ground I SALT LAKE CITY: [UP] Gov. I meetings i- a House Subcommittee after it : Poland, Hungary MayBe I The Jed Prod ytuntunc wine so
yesterday approved an
I Thomas E. Dewey began a round the war. The conference held a' added a provision its authors -saId I busy piayta town bah. rtuut
Labor :officers here last night would not j I;
bill but
Law unification
for Army-Navy \
Test first session that lasted from !
Cut From that they eooMnt
In designed to confirm a report that the latest ; of conferences with Republican : was designed to prevent creation : Program even think c-t
wrote a provision 12:05
11:03 The I
: organization -
p.m. golD iahto
Governors from 25 States last of a "gestapo" within the armed with bust P* 'US m-
the United''
rocket .developed by
WASHINGTON IUPJ CIO Prea.Fhtfip prevent the armed services' powerful process was half way I j' WASHINGTON TAP] A grOupof Course tt WM jest
central Intelligence agencies States would travel 235 miles night in a reported effort to line services.
House yesterday considered
Murray and Walter complete at adjournment.a 'a fairtonsdddheday
P. from becoming a above the earth's surface at a up a 'running mate should he be Chm. Hoffman [R-Mich.l said cutting Poland and Hun-
"Gestapo. ,
Reuther head of the ClO'a biggest successful in his bid for the 1948 he will call together the full expenditures to furs for
Rep. Clare E. Hoffman IR.- speed of 8,000 miles per hour. gary out of the $350 million Euro-
unton UM night deliberately vio GOP Presidential nomination. Retail Sales Reported committee Monday to them baas but ,
Mlch.1) chairman of the full committee ,; I pean relief program because the them
lated the Taf t'Hartley act to prone and the subcommittee In Salt Lake City for the 39th rush the measure to the floor. In' two countries boycotted the Paris rascalswouldn't I
eaurt testa of Its ban on unVi said this was one of the major :! Coast Guard Officers annual Governors' conference Up for Southeast j slightly different form it already,; conference on the Marshall Plan pay us

polnirial espenditurea. complaints against the bill as Dewey was expected to talk pri- ATLANTA [rAP Department ,, has been approved by the Senate., for aid to Europe. i i no mind stall '
Murray violated the ban by pub passed by the Senate. Limit Set at 2,250 vately with several potential can- store sales In the Southeast Ink i I I Jed says them .'

fishing an editorial statement take WASHINGTON [APT A measure didates. Gov. Warren of California I creased seven per cent during May, ;: 'No Strike' Contracts I! Union Rift WidensIn skeeaten would
n't do real
ana liMa In a Maryland CongretKul Woman Convicted In fixing number of officers in the : is first choice, but Warren |compared with last year,but stocks. !i work for BO love
rawpaiin. Reuther. chief ef Coast Guard at 2.250 was approved I j appears to be cool toward the run.'piled up 26 per cent. Banned for Seamen i Picketing Scrap hat that normoney
the United 1
too Attto Worker union Jewel CaseSeeks Release ,'by the Senate Interstate Com- CAMDEN. N. J. [AP John i( :i they would ran. tnir tongue m,*

aanilar action in Detroit. CHARLESTON. W. Va.. (IAPJ 'I merce Committee yesterday. WOOTTEN SEES CITY AS SOUTH'S AIR CENTER Green. national president said ,f AFL ASHEVILLE.and CIO were N.both C [ready UP The for for what they eaJM pteyte ice
yesterday that locals representing said the trouble' with then tooaer
Kathleen Nash Durant. former i
Church For Sportsmen! WAC captain tomorrow will try Senate Group Okays 67,000 striking members of the trouble declared last they night would as CIO break leaders a { they lost got fed so good tne

CHAMrAIOV. lArj) ('..It. to obtain release from the Federal $1 Million Aviation Industry \ Industrial Union of ,Marine. and' threatened AFL picket line "if never were boncry so thrv ftohbig w rWaie dates will b. Women's Reformatory at Alder-I I'Through Rates' Bill Shipbuilding Workers [CIO] had I necessary" hold a Statewide I know what It was ta hs->e 'a work
1M tf... fe missing ervicM son. W. Va. where she is serving a I been advised to refuse to include In the Buncombe for their salt Peas" UM !Labe o!
al IM tines Lajfberan Ctearfh five year sentence for theft of the I i: WASHINGTON API] The Senate For Florida Announced Here "no strike" clauses In any new rally Court House today. County the signs tt slat pets to rate \'.

today In a IMWVMOT ad. lbs. Hess crown Jewels. Her petition Interstate Commerce Committee agreements. I much: today so that rhtttusM cs
an, A. C Lanes. Invited ......U.aen for a writ of habeas corpus charg-I yesterday approved a bill permitting play aU day an to t.* tad tired
to a 1 .... servlee. The ad es the Army used "third degreemethods" i I j: air freight carriers to establish Formation of Wootten Aviation Industries, Inc., with, WHERE THEY'RE BITINGSea Italians Riot as Party if fen they wash their tact rite food
read) *! tfte rr yHr sperU and in "extorting" confession "through rates" for plane- State headquarters for an estimated $1 million a year business -\ ffice.
bream reported being
.... .. from her. The case comes I and-truck freight service holding Carl' Parade Groups Meet
bvrth. Leave the neeka in Orlando, was announced here yesterday by caught on the rocks and at Canova's ; I f

IN. td cwt' at ......" up U. S.before District Judge court.Reactivation Ben. Moore In 1]j I'that it would improve service. Wootten, president of the new company, former general' Pier.-Harry Goode Mel-'i ROME API] Communists and DarUff teal TO9.V TXnt> TaM.sS flTI 1 .

j sales of Beech Aircraft Corp Bourne. Christian Democrats fought with M*
manager 423 B l I..ass. a 0.
Toni Time Clock Tradition w. : j their fists in Milan last night when I CWM VMM.MMl 355 .. 4 II
.ht's Movies of Four' 1 will be distributors pm low := .ar lifS pa
The new of the two political
company parades
tv.Iariy....It Mill ..'*..... Ii.. 171.SOIix Divisions Set i At Ford Plants To EndDE'T for Beecbcraft planes >>fft Atom Bomb Physicist met. Italian News Agency parties 471.MMMta.. Ise!"::. V e pMl M r '..ea a w
Army '
.... Wootten said with a large Jacksonville F Ansa said. There were no serious 5.11 5N..0a.1t
"IOa.. wq M. tJa 1.74caww WASHINGTON IAP1) Four famous ROIT [AP A tradition i, branch office distributing Denies Red ChargesNISSWA .I L-.J-.r;,*..M.
'\c 'h. Maya ...... .... established by the late Henry I injuries. I D. S WMtlMr a 1M..tMaainwa
Cu I..M. J'" Army divisions disbanded agencies In Bartow,' Miami Minn. IAPJ Dr. Frank M.ws.ST AlW :
If"CJLOIty .... O f A'...... .... I Barter World War n will be reactivated : Ford that salaried employes right f and St. Petersburg. Oppenheimer physicist'who took e, -M.I.aa '1'1.
... I.. up to top-bracket executives I i*.t OVERNIGHT AND I lam _........ 1t l A .. M3.a
of the atomic
oa..o, : A..._ __ aa1. $15. 1ft as training organizations punch time clocks will be terminated Other officers are Dr. J. W. part; in development ;: ; .
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p-- _. bomb denied last night allega- 210 3
9 a. .M its. I'lt.J July IS. the War Department announced of Jacksonville vicepresident !
Hayes Delivery
Ru1tn. by the new management of Daytime 4.. .____. 'tJ ii. _. .
J 14 M. Tw I... 'aa---'..D..4un. ..IN._, yesterday. The four di.visionsFourth the Ford Motor COL. it announced;': and C. A. Kimbel Jacksonville ;. ys tion in the Washington (D. C.1 5.0 ___u.___ 't3 sow _._. .' ......
M IN Times Herald that he has been a' .. .... .
M Sr. I... II.. Fifth. Ninth and secretary and treasurer. When you order merchandise a. .u.'J
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W\.AJIO 'b ww'.....use..... Ie ae.. airplane merchandising methods f Express, the Jack Rabbit fI.- :==:: ;; Mfeai... : ;
notaseas Oar Mi_. O''H. tra I CLASSIFIED PROOF s..1W.. rat ,..! Tats n.- sat I and expansion of the large experimental . Line that leaves dally on .
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a.c .... Ii started in Florida schedule for 41. Central & rlll"? .n\.al
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program car u.
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'::."'to CtTT 14S u.tn.a5y ... at 5.47Iiu Mr, Dam.l Mashes.KeUr.SaWunan Real Estate withi by the Beech Aircraft Co. under Florida towns. . Mer- .n........ I.., JB 1 : -'- "" ;. k.., ,

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declared that the
new company .
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20212223242526 would insure permanency of .Ir.asas. W at MlBH s (It &.ai
tauocRtaDnaa: : 1b1..a.a n.t". is.5Aatvos : directly awtday..od from a Mondaymarninz Clacufwd I the experimental operations start .* .. as; tt w... i., at.
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8.? tietj. A .... 01f.pS f For' your results 1 14+7 J*.9...* 1947 I phase of the business :t ntinel''tarE I ) n.'s .. 71 I =j n AW -* tt M M
r.- :::2t,?; 1YW au..t, 0.11I: Wootten explained will be to encourage 11.31f .GRIFFIN r 0.- M j. Portland" \.a M e.DOsM .
A57t . N.. ) Dial 4161 'Li'Mm ti* 'TtW 'Is.. ''Tn 3J the entire aviation busi- IfO! = x=Pu:1S1S .a* tl .BKbWArIT M
5 r'E' a. __. .at, ness to create "more businesslike CARL WOOTTEN ... ;; : \II 'tll' UCIC .a/tat it-i" Drd1tUa i. M I I.B . H *'
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I $ Poi. 2 tr fl !'unbZllJ !'ntttnrl...!-tar Orlando, Florida, July 13, 1947 j jf Two ArrestedIn Lions Study Rev. Fischer Drys lo Choose 1 I

$$1 f Million Air ;. .W,""" .' ./ ; ; : CommunityProject : Heads ProgramFor

; : ; ; Atom Thefts Plans CircleSpecial Lake Chairman i E Ei

t Industry Set it.;, c > ) : : : [Continued from Page 1] ;Spec -: to The Sunday Sen'inel-Storl [ to-The Sunday Sent>ne-Starl! [5;", -' '" T... ., .

., .... ...... .... '""",, ._.} ........ ,, v., WINTER GARDEN-Ths Lions GOTHA Ladies Missionary 'TAVARES-A chairman for the
f !t\ .. House-Senate Atomic Energy Club discussed projects for the met Drys.
: Circle of the Lutheran Church Lake County an raanuation -
(CeatuMd from rage 1] ; Committee told the Senate that welfare of the community at its I
with Mrs. Hans Fischer which plans a local option
some materials had been stolen Thursday
atlas methods and meeting last week. r in the County soon ,.ii:
to make It ;, from Los Alamos. t vice president presiding. election
[ fir for the public to become Murray Thomas reported progress -: be selected at a public meeting at
arouatnted with the nation in. '" The FBI said the sergeants I made in installing traffic i Rev. E. Fischer read the experiences the Methodist Church her thu

dutrr u a ehol.1' .." I ., .: picked up the Los Alamos data I lights at treacherous corners in ;, of a chaplain In Europe. Mrs. afternoon as 3:20: p...
/. period of time while both i suburban Winter Garden. He '
'' over a i j election
U our belief that to date >-,> Edward Fischer Jr. was hostess. Plant for the special
attauon has failed to Illustrate to I .... were stationed there as personnelof I asked the erection of road signs I' Sr. win be discussed, and >progress of
Fischer ,
Present Mmes.
Manhattan district these places and was au- were
the.Army's near
the puboe. that flying and owning t w I ', the campaign to obtain signaturesof
airplane* Is not just a pasutmefer m. which built and. until last Jan. 1. thorized to ascertain the cost. Dr. Edward Fischer Jr.?Leo Ferraguta at least 2ft per cent of the voters .
the wealthy but is withinrMy operated the nation's $2: billion A. A. Delage. retiring president. Lena Hoag. visitor from Tampa, on petitions aakinc countycoounttaoners
reach of almost L 4 atomic plant.Hickenlooper. offered to donate the signs at one to call the akctfcm.
every 'Ted
wage.at1kL Roth and Martin Theime visitors "
his offer
wr told the Senate center was accepted.
; i I will be reported.
: the sergeants apparently were Pres. Loomis named the followIng from Del Ray Elmer Schultz. Before the petition' are submitted ,
i treaties declared that the I "souvenir hunters" rather than committees to serve for the Norman Klare, H. Bennin, Olin
i to the COIaf'l'ittw name*
1 _w e....+*T will .... every agents interested In transmitting year: attendance. Gerald Thompson. Fischer and Hans Fischer.Mr. i; will be checked against the registration
tffert ,. eweevraxe til.dda'aattatt.A I : : .Y F F atomic secrets to other powers.He . Roy Burgess, Harry Gainey and Mrs. W. O. Smith and boob.Methodists.
ludmtry le "afrnre"tt insisted that no atomic securitywas and Clarence Thompson: constitu- : family and Mrs. Annie Manus
| ..,.." SIM! U ...II4 attrae* lost result of their thefts. > tion and by-laws. Russell Pounds. i have N.
as a returned
to Greensboro.
...,... ,.u.. 'I Vald and Schedule
'h' flying fields.Waotten Bob Lyons. J. M. s.
W71i1\ The FBI would not comment on C., after visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.
! pointed out that dur- : Hickenlooper's appraisal of the George Sharp: finance. L. A. C. Smith and family. Meetings This Week
Grimes. A. L. Dilley. Roy Fulmer
tag the past year representatives 'i former sergeants as souvenir Mr and Mrs. Julian Nally left ..
'. 1 I Clyde Burnette and Ernest Craw- -, T c >"' "rT, !
el several Central and SOuth t; hunters. But it was learned that"other Wednesday for Tamarack Lodge. i I [ice e1n
i American republics have journeyed I ; Justice Department sources ,1 ford; Lions education. W. R. Hari Cal. I I I NEW SMYRNA BsVtCK Ont

U Orlando fnr the purposeof shared his views. i: rell' Clarence Thompson. Bob Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Yates of of the adult Sunday School class
*ro>rlA< Beech airplanes.. I i iU .v, Von Der Luft was assigned to Lyonns; membership Tom Russ.,Taft and Mr. and Mrs. F. Smith of 'and the three circles of the Ftrnt
to our Intention to continue<< t J.- the Manhattan District in March. i Russell Pounds A. A. Delage. and Orlando were guests of Mr. .and Methodist Church, will hold meetings -
U buUd Orl&ndo as the station I k p,' 1944, Wallis in November of that i Herman Driescherf Mrs. J. C. Smith. this 1Ne1t. OB Thursday at
1 htstfouarurs for the entire year Hoover said the FBI foundno Convention. A. A. Delage. A. D.)}j John Klare of Cincinnati Ohio 6-30 pjn.. Mrs. Fred M. Brannon
Myth" Weotten' said. Mims. and George Sharp: pro- will be hostess to mssabirt of the
4tI connection between their activities i| and entertainment. Malcolm] is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Norman -
and added that "in fact gram !,' Klare. Wesley Philathea class at a fuh
McMillan. Hartman Miller and!
O Wf HrftiHi they did not know each other." Ward Britt; publicity, Bob Lease.|t! Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Parr left fry at her horn
i MX*. XARAH HL'X The FBI said that about 200 Roy Burgess and H. C. Borgard: kreceAly for their Summer home The circles meet -ru.dar-tht
tZZ $URO- Mr. fUrah Eliza.fceth : pages of hand written notes were hospital. Hartman Miller Ernest I Mapleton.. HI. afternoon group at J pat th"
f Hux resident of ..... found in von der Luffs room at Crawford.,L. A. Grimes, and Reu- p Robert C. Lewter left Friday for horn of Mrs. W. L. Mtoy. 402'
tied at a local hospital .aburc.1 I Irn Princeton University where he ; ben Anderson: boys' and girls j'{Norfolk:. Va. Palmetto St; the north circle at
.. at Bsrtow. ),I fl. Hux had resumed his chemical engineering work. Dr. B. H. Lawson. Ernest Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dickinson' 7:45: p.m at Mrs Jack Luanars
keen a retident of Lake county. 1 x:17 Ya studies after' he was dischargedfrom Crawford. Cecil Dees. Joe Valdes; and son Edward of Aurora. Ind. :' home. 720 Daugherty St.. and the
tee the past 41 year, moving here :& p'y the Army. The FBI said he citizenship, and patriotism. A. D. are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. South Circle at the same hour at
from Tavern In 1>22. She was the also had other atomic documents Mims George Bond A. J. Bush August Droege. the home of Mrs. I B Johnston,
l' vtdew of J, L, Hux. former chief ,. ,, marked "secret" in his; college i and Charlie Connell. Miss Pearl Boston and Miss 502 South RJ\'f'r*ide Dr.
t .| police.Surrtrtng. room and confidential and restricted I Civic improvement Charlie Kathryn Hamm have been assist -- ----- -- -
i art two daughter I material hidden in the Connell, Henry Gocio B. H. Law- log with the Daily Vacation Bible Ma.:T.(, I\m Ls i : mined fl'm re!
r hire Bertha Ludwtck of Leeiburg P :. family vault at Mt. Lebanon. i son. and Bob Lyons; community I School held in Beulah Baptist cc":\n, wi'b the supply 1nf'1ha' '.st.
p tp sod Mrs. Verna Harcourt AtUata. Von der Luft went back to col-|. welfare. A. L. Dilley. Albert Cow- :'Chur.cn.: able!
lege sometime after his release art. and Joe Valdes; education, -
Da. l' I
: one son Ernest of
+II( PrutUsBd Park: Two trsndthll- from the Army on March 9. 1946. Reuben Anderson. Ward Britt. L.
The FBI said he was "located and i A. ,Grimes: health. J. F. Keller.

dren;of ease Miami brother: and James four H.sisters.Mrs. Tjrsen -. ---'- .. ,,.....----..,.."'.....-.-. ." ---w" ...?--L 6 ar....-..e3.. .XxN.t.- interviewed" there but did not Clyde Burnette, Roy Fulmer. and

frank' Martin of Miami., Mrs. RECOVERED FROM SHOCK experienced when they are Mrs. L S. Flynn [left], 1405 E. Hard- I disclose exactly when. Morgan Thomas Howard Morgan; safety.Howard.Murray Bob t "

ftuby Prank Holly Byrd of and Leesburg.Mrs. Reuben Mrs. lightning struck Walker Memorial! Methodist ing Ave., and Mrs. A. B. Godbee, 1411 Muriel Lease and Harry Gainey; sight fr!
Two Feted conservation and blind Dr. L. A.
Brrd. Nth of Perndsle.pxmeral Church during yesterday's storm while they Ave. The Rev. J. D. Murray, pastor of the I Phillips Ralph Harrell and Cecil I _

services will be held were arranging flowers for today's service, church, a frame structure at 2200 S. Fern I Dees. THE NEW, EXCITING

tat the chapel of the Page Tneus two local women were photographed a .few Creek Ave., came here three weeks ago from i At Luncheon The Lions Club will invade
Punersl' Hone Monday, at 2:30: t i ipjn Walker Field tomorrow at 8:15: ,2
minutes later. As shown above near the Titusville. Lightning tore wood from an end
with the Rer. 8. L Hunter pjn. in a baseball game with the /
i and the Rev Henry Guy of f idatlag. i spot at which the bolt tore away wall boards, of the church piano.be In Dale Home Winter Park team. There will bea I ( h-re/tl U

Interment win be in Lone special program between innings -

Oak Cemetery.' I I sting with Interment In held there at 3 p.m. Sunday in [Spgcio'! tp The Sunday Sen'inel-Star] and prizes will be given 1Rg [
oreen-I Two HonoredAt WINTER GARDEN-Lovely in away. Stones . eHeriat reo rte
MR. Jo'"ii CLOTDE !iUr. wood Cemetery. the First Christian Church. Burial every detail was the luncheon giv- i finest ni ,....'""" ... e._

John Clorde. IS. died In a quist.be C. F.Elmer Newton.Hoequict. Archie will be at Greenwood Cemeteryhere en in the home of Mrs. Neil Dale Fischer Buys'Citrus binatn! T.*.. i.et..*.... ...1

local hospital Saturday after a Horace H1nche,.. and H. L. Monday at 5:30: p.m., with Eustis TeaSpecial Thursday honoring Miss Mary the air news' chase.r winch
IBM Illness. King. Dr. Paul Carpenter officiating.For Grace McRae a popular bride- Grove for $26,000 Priced from $1145 piy either .a Mt iW. .f rt.
[ The 'Sentinel-Star] elect and Mrs. Dal Duppenthaler. record ,..tollltiullyI
Mr. Cloyd had been a resident'tar Helm.MR. to Sunday [Sperwl to The Sundov $ ntin@IStor1I i
five' years, coming here from !I THOMAS F. STUCKET I Mr. Carl Mims Farnell. 54 I EUSTIS-An afternoon, tea was I bride.the former Miss Betty Roper a I EUSTIS--George H. Fischer has FLORIDA'S LARGEST RADIO AND APPLIANCE STORES

r Winter Garden. Mr. Cloyde is LEESBURO Mr. Thomas will be conducted at 4 p.m. Sun- j given Wednesday by Mrs. R. J. The luncheon was given by Mrs. i bought a 20-acre citrus grove from
ttrvtved by three daughters. Miss P.I I C. C. Ball for 26000.
the Oviedo Schneider at her home on West W. E. Paquin and Mrs. Dale. The
Dewy Clovde of Xaoxvllle. Term. Stuckey 81. pioneer resident , day at the grave in I I .e
Mrs. E. P. Douglas of Johnson died at his home Saturday after a Cemetery by the Masonic Lodge. [ Pendleton Ave. to honor her sis- home was beautifully decorated
of, in cut flowers in pastel shades. Farnsworth Mrs. Mary Tilden
Arrangements are in charge ter-in-law, Mrs. Henry Schneider ;
Qty Ttnn. and Mrs. W. T. Rit- long Illness. ,
'' The hostesses served Chinese Booker :
Sanford. a Farnsworth Mrs. Roper t.reo a eeq
Erickson Funeral I
her of Orlando. one son. Mr. W. Survivors are his two sons. T.i I j : Home and her daughter Mrs. Arthur luncheon followed by an ice j Mrs. Ned Vick. Mrs. Harold Hall h.asare rasa
I C. CV yde of Los Angeles. CaL, and W. Btuckey of Maitland.. and Lee I Broyles of New Haven. Conn. course. Mrs. Johnnie Johnson. Mrs. G. W.
For Mrs. Janet D. Bowman
I also on. brother. Mr. Emerson F. Stuckey of Lakeland: six' will be held at 2:30: p.m. Sunday Receiving guests at the door Guests were :Mrs. C. O. McRae I Bray and Mrs. Bob Lease. The
I Oavde of Knoxvllle. Tenn. daughters. Mrs.. L. O. Vanie Williams from the Presbyterian Church at were Mrs. Robert L. Maynard and I Mrs. B. H.,Roper Mrs. C. L. Eby hostesses presented the honor
Funeral\ arrsngements will be of Tavares. Mrs. Roe! I Mrs. Harry Gaylord. In the receiving Miss Mary Clare Eby Mrs. E. L. guests with gifts in silver. 1t I
Bushnell.with the Rev. H.M.Reynolds __ .
announced later by the Carey Squlers.,Flint. Mich. Mrs. Emma i; line with Mrs. Schneider I ..
Hand Funeral Home. Williams. Ellinsworth. Mich. Mrs. I' be in officiating.Bushnell Cemetery Interment with will and the guests of honor was Mrs.R. .
I Evelyn Bryant. Leesburg. Mrs. I J. Broyles of Lakeland.Mrs. .
M." ANNA MT. nOCTTCIlER Bailie Hull. Miami and Mrs. Elsie i, Beyers Funeral Home in charge. Mildred Craycraft. Mrs. .
Mrs. Anna W. BoetUher. of RU Nichols Roanoke. Ala.; a sister I John Koss. Mrs. E. J. Burrell and t t,
One. Orlando died Friday' InTweola Mrs. Mollie. Omwlg of Leesburg; WINTER GARDEN-The bodies Mrs. T. S. Kennedy.assisted in the the cab t 5ati t!
of Gerald and Weeks in-
\ I1L, where she had been 40 grandchildren and 14 great Gerry | dining room. Mrs. George Mc- J
fant twins of Mr. and Mrs. R.A.
rtatttn, Mrs. Boetteher had been grandchildren. i I Crary and Miss Barbara Schneider -
634 S. St., who died ,!
Weeks. Boyd
: I also
a resident of Orlando since It 17.cemlnc helped with the serving.
here from Buffalo. N. Y. FUNERAL SERVICES here Saturday, have been sent byLoomis' :, Mrs. Arthur Broyles Is the former
She Is survived by. two eons Jus For James E. Barker, infant son Funeral Home Winter ,i, Ann Schneider, daughter of Mr.
Garden, to Sampson.Ala., for serv- ,
till O. and Mrs. R. J. Schneider who has
Boetteher. of Orlando and of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Barter
Irvtn J. r Boetteher of West Palm will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. from i iEiselstein Ices and Interment.CARD "" recently returned to Eustis from ; e
\ Beech: and also four grandchildren Wlgglnton Home for I! Or THANKS New Haven where her husbandwas i
all ef Orlando. Funerals, with Dr. Marshall C.Dendy I We wUh\ to express our heartfelt thanks a student at Yale. The cab is nE.XI.MoUNTED-cushioned
far the man kindnesses and floral offer- !i Mr. and on rubber against road chocks, torsion and
Mrs. F. H. McCrea of
Funeral services will be held and Dr. L. E. McNair offi- > lose extended durlcc the death of our |
from the Carey. Hand Lot r. llereer. { Rosecrest have as their guests. Mr. vibration I . Driver's compartment jiwider
I i WILL i I and Mrs. W. L. Chandler of Knoxville with more leg room. The seat is
Tuesday at 2 pjn. with the Rev. J. MR. AND< MRS. H. O. AUSTIN ,
I Oliver Carder E. MR. AND MRS. W. A. RIDDLE. Tenn. and their three children fully adjustable bigger and more comfort: +
of the Holdrn For Mr. W. Henry 75. who ,
MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR JEWELL.MR. I Betty George and Anna. able. Wider, deeper windshield and windows )
Height Methodist Church offtcl- died In Winder Oa. Friday will .
j AND MRS. FLOYD GRIFFIN. I Mrs. Joseph. Ingram has returned increase visibility by 22%!

after a visit with her mother.
I Mrs. R. Williams In Hender-
sonville N. C.. and her daughter
Romania who Is spending the
Summer at camp in Brevard, N. C.

Farm Hand Admits 4.., tati /

; Throwing KeroseneOn
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COLLAPSIBLE CORRECT CONVENIENT Woma n Children '! Panels and pick-ups have INCREASED -
/ LOAD SPACE-stake and high rack bodies a -_ :

HARRISVILLE TAP] Prosecutor I more efficient loading. . New stronger, : :
I Harry Moats said yesterday Howard I sturdier FRAMES are designed to carrygreater r:

Clayton. 38, farm worker admitted loads greater distances for a _____
AWNING drenching his employer's longer time I
II i; wife. Mrs. John Stackhouse .30.

AND STORM SHUTTER with kerosene as she battled to
: save herself and three children
EI COMBINED I In their burning home.
: r 7T f I I Deloris stackHouse. 8, her The Cab that "Breathes" :

i I[ daughter though severely burned -
a' t ran for' help. Sheriff John Fresh air is j
4 {
Lowther reported. Another child, from the out. '
( l i ij' I Wilma, seven-months-old, suffered in l'l'sideheated
i slight burns while .
{ Virginia 5,
n1 4 escaped uninjured. cold weather 'h-
/ I l ? r 1 1 l' s and used air : I, n

: Innocent Plea EnteredIn is forced ottt!' '

.t % is Child Cruelty Case America's First i

4 -It s: I rt DETROIT [AP] A plea of Innocent -

was entered yesterday for ,
Mrs. Phyllis Paprotske. 27. on a -.
+ t t' \ charge of cruelty to children. Police .may Advance-Design Trucks ,
; I charged she punished her
I sons. Steven. 7, and David. 5. by i I

burning their hands over a stove,
after they took eight-dollars from d acclaimed from coast to coast!
her purse to buy ice cream. I

: CLOSED Large Athletic Staff 1

Everywhere .wherever'you gof. . truck users are >". .g
; Secure Protection Employed at StetsonSoeial
line of Advance-Design Chevrolet truck
T the new
. [ : to The Sunday Sentinel-Stor]

Cool Btaxtj , DELAND-Largest athletic staff Longer wbeelbases give you better load Reason? They're really new, realty different, introducteft the
the history of Stetson Uni- distribution.
Chevrolet's famous
versity will be employed this Fall F AXLLSare unique, cab that "breathes"-that almost literally "Inhales"ULLFLOATtxGHYPOID'itPAR

I II I! terday.Pres. W. S. Allen announced yes- geared for the load! fresH air and "exhales" used air,!\? plus scores of other new

Caters IdM t YufIs( .e1 fee CHI C..}.rt : Four full-time members have features and Innoyations lon -long-wanted! Built
been employed, Allen said. Theyare ."
Cb.lee! of C W
t W.,. .f '1.... 9..nty W.... : Coaches Brady 'Cowell and - to b*first, and built to last, they rte big-looking, Wg-teadlag,

.4...s |I..fM( tlgN 1..lcel! | l. I..H 0.fa wed Isle Brooks Walker and Philip B. powerful yet |
Apprav.d fee P.He A. T.rn P.,..it Glancy'who has been appointed \
professor'of physical educationand !1-i;; for you. See them now.

health.- .. 5" Freth-air heatlnt end ventitatin=system optional at extra cvtt.

Ventilated Two Sales of Houses
Awnings of OrlandoORLANDO
Reported at Clermont ENGINES: are wortd's most economical: for CHEVROLET TRUCK S
their size. . There
I I [Special The I are HYDRAULIC '
to Sunday Scntinel-Starl "
"We Serve Central TRUCK BRAKES .
!I CLERMONT exclusively designed for .
Florida"I -Charlotte
greater brake-lining contact-for positive ,
I Manning has
bought house
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PHONES I 1"bought LMr. and a house Mrs.from DeVere Mr.W.and Claus Mrs.

Paul W. Pain in &unset-Hetghts CHEVROLET\\
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I {!;llt &UMay 'jttttfttrI-t'tnr! didn't take any of the cockiness out of the :THE PUBLIC THOUGHT

man who would be King. I

t _ORLANDO._ FLORIDA_ He's still the nation's most dangerous Reader Gives Tip on Locating ,
hNl.hMkJ''. K.w Year's Day. Fourth *t July, Labor
P17. Tfeanknvtnff. Day and Christinai by Sentinel-Star Co. citizen. The Democrats had better not
lot1&ado Dai17 Newspapers.; Inc.J at 238 South Oranxe Av*.. By JOHN BRANSCOMB '
r h"DCIts.. count on his 1948 support. He might throwit 'Sun Bathers' Camp in State 1 I'

entered *s ..Coed-ctau natter at the Post Office at A favorite pastime with a lot of folks is putting Rock 'and the Mayflower. Any student of government '
Or...... yiortda. under the Act of March: 3d. U7 to Henry Wallace or t6 John L. Lewis,
labels on people. There was a fellow in my and the development of people will testify Editor, The Sunday Sentinel-Star:
his favorite candidate for
TTUPHOHE All Departments 4181 anything. home town who made it his business to attach
a that democracy was born back yonder when the in Friday's
.vbSCTtpt$ Price Sunday Only tt.20 Per Yr. I noticed a story
nickname to almost everybody. I was one of his "Mountain Man Moses" called by the Jewish peo- Star where Mr. Stuart Johnston of

UUTM AMMUM.JOMM rueusa.. H...... .AU_.CMTMUL DIMCTWMAMCU THE MERRY-GO-ROUND victims. He gave me a sobriquet [Ia $64 word whichis pje the great Lawgiver: looked into the face of God t the Orange County Cof C was seeking -

CAVTWCM, CM. M... T. LAWMHCC. A.f. Dia. really just a .nickname' for a nickname] which on Mt. Sinai intimately touched His Mind and i information from a resident of

; C W. Urtrr. .... M... oaiuF.WijnaCu.uMu.tau. i stuck to me from six years old ,through my then came back to his people with the Decalogue.the New York State in regard to nudist -

H...*... MAMASU. E*. NOIMBT eo.so....,, Sic. THAI.K. Petrillo On MonkeysBy college days. As a youngster I used to hear the Ten Commandments of the Almighty, and < camps here in Florida. If

rUiei UMTOM, CM. Mo*. T. Mutt Tn*. S rr.MISUH 'I folks in the black belt of Alabama referring to the laid the foundations for the monotheistic philosophy j my memory serves me ,right, the
J. W. UMMOM. CAT c:.. MM. Cuaw Pius Surr.M headquarters of this movement is
DREW PEARSON I Yankees and Invariably they joined a qualifyingword and gave dignity to the human Individual and'value j
in Mays Landing, N. J. They go
.mb" .< The A.....&.* Frets WASHINGTON-When. It comes to crossexamlning -,' with the reference and the two words becameso to all human life.
... under the name of Sunshine
AtaeeUMd M UM ii..Press iar re-pnblicauoa to xcluatvcly of entitled anews witnesses at Congressional committees. inextricably related that I thought they were Ridicule and defamatory remarks, nicknamesand j Bathers of America or American

ditpetehe accredited to n or not Senators and Representatives are essentially : one word. I was grown before I found a Christian labels will not solve the problem of the Jews. Sunbathers Assn. I am sure the

t OierwtM aIM the local accredited new in pabUsbed this paper herein.AQ and. cowards. They will' torture and bedevil an Inexperienced eraser that was big enough rub out the imaginarylines In the early days of the Nazi regime Hitler put a national headquarters could give

rt.M* for ro-pubUeaUon ., sp.1djp.tcb.a witness who has never faced a Senate I I that divided the country into two parts. A ban on all Jewish literature and music and everything I 11 this party the address he is looking Gainesville Policemen

, herei AN aIM referred.P .;I Committee before but run for cover when it comes railroad ticket and a few experiences in college else that smacked of Judaism. He ordered I I1 for. I have never heard of any ,

te4 SUNDAY. JULY IS. 1847TODAY'S to taking on John L. Lewis or James Caesar Petrillo, I' opened my eyes to an-expanding area of brother- the statue of Felix Mendelssohn In Leipzig Squareto group such as this operating in Rescued From Lake

czar of the music world. And that the of MenJ J Florida. j II.
hood.It's be demolished. was end P. J. GAINESVILLE I API I Two numbers .
: THOUGHTS Last week. two exactly opposite performances i, a bad practice to put labels on institutions. delssohn. Not on your life! I have had a numberof / of the Gainesville Poiwe

took place at opposite ends of the Capitol on the individuals or groups of people if the labels, are weddings during this past month and invariablythe I'
; Wherefore by their fruits shall know and T. I. D'a)
ye them. Local Horses FeaturedIn Forte: J. H. TuBte
same day. While Republican Sens. defamatory or libelous. Labels do not always lovely brides have'glided down the aisle to after.
rescued four mem
Matthew- 7:20. >.' .'. Capehart of Indiana and Hawkes express the truth. Listen to this! Once upon a timea the Immortal wedding music of this master. How | Films at Beacham spending were three bjr hour m Uw waui.

We are our own fates. Our own deeds of New Jersey were trying to trip preacher was moving to a new parish. He requestedthe can humanity ever repay its debts to the Jews. In: Newsreels of Orlando Gold, one of Lake 9 nte Fe following the

Are our doomsmen. Man's life was made '.. . .. up three witnesses who testified freight office in his former town to hold his our religious literature we speak of the "God of ;( of the most perfect Palomino capstein of their 14-foot ftthing

l Not for men's creeds. :. , regarding Congr. Robert F. Jones household goods until he got settled in his new Abraham. Isaac and Jacob." The Psalms are the'' j horses in existence today, and his craft. durin a squall on the lake. ;

-J But men's actions. Lord Lytton. of Ohio and his membership In the : creations of Israel's Sweet Song Writer. That great ]mate Flash which were filmed recently Neither suffered any tnJwiM. .

: ' Black Legion music-czar Petrillo A') Jfl ... quartet Isaiah. Hosea, Amos and Micah were by Fox Movietone, are now although Dy l was in a cute of
: was verbally pushing Congressmenall r4: '''" 4t Jewish prophets who lifted their voices against showing at the Beacham Theater. near-exhautUon when. rescued" and
Florida Ranchers in Strong Position the committee The horses owned Elmer suffered an attack of cramp when
over room. tyranny corruption, and sin, and gave to the world are by ,
It was a case of Petrillo's telling the great conception of the Almighty as a God of Jones of the Magnolia Farms he was brought to the abort.
OF Florida are in a \ the Congressmen what he : breeding stables. ;
THE k was .L
and (1
t. + I t justice, righteousness mercy. Jesus the Founder The na Oft'. track fleet to _
happy t going to do to the music world, """'" '
position. :: < not their him : --- r of the great Christian religion which circum- Fort Clinch State Park consists prised of a__ $5 IIII IioaI
M telling what he '
They are making money today and the navigates the globe and embraces more than 600' of 1,106 acres.CRACKER. i i I vehicle
i ,6..:: 4 i should
t < do.
when GOP
Once. -- I -
million peoples in .its' folds stemmed from the
prospects for the future continue Pearson \
rosy. Congr. Carroll Kearns of Penn- !
Jewish people. "Unto you is born this day in the
1 The price of July corn in Chicago sylvania thought he had the head of the musician's I <7 --- City of David, a Savior which is Christ the Lord." POLITICS _

reached an all-time high Friday and exPerts union backed Into a comer Petrillo came back .s .. Call the roll of the world's great In ancient history
with this crack:
-- and you will find innumerable numbers of Jews.
that Talk of''Muzzling' Lobbyists
I say means even higher meat -
"While I'm here thinking about what to do '- Make a list of modem heroes scientists, musicians

t I prices in the Fall. with the Government, what are we going to do poets, authors statesmen. and philanthropists and _

I '?' Of course Mrs. American Housewife will about Pres. Truman He plays the piano you you will discover that the Jewish contribution to i Gains Wide Interest in StateBy

I I \ kick like Florida know." I that group of leaders and benefactors will run high.
a steer at this situation community. Among other things such as desks ALLEN MORRIS _ _

r r I b.ut it sure helps a growing Florida indus- Petrillo also got off a wisecrack regarding Congr. chairs, divans and clothing the parson left his Believe it or not. we derive our word "AMEN" I Our Toiiohossee C"rr.:,por'dP"1

I Kearns and his membership in the American Fed- stock of sermons stored away In a large wooden box. which gives name to our column from Hebrew. TALLAHASSEE-Damned] by some, praised by see

try. eration of Musicians. Asked by Kearns how many The agent put labels on all of the boxes and when You will find the Hebrew touch in all phases of tolerated by most-lobbyists are getting more than the!
With Texas shipments blocked Florida members of the union actually make their living the abundant life. usual attention
f the preacher received his stuff he found that the post-legislative just now. _ _

ranchers already are reaping a harvest on by "I their would music.say.Petrillo roughly replied speaking.: there about : man had put a label on his box of sermons which This brings me to say that millions of Jewish : In particular, some of the younger lawmakers, still _ _

the sale ,of feeders. The stockyard pricesfor 15 per cent of the musicians making a living are and I read: "DRY GOODS." Well. Amen! Perhaps the' men, women and children have been killed during i, smarting over the frustration! of their legislative aims by!
agent was nearer right than we think. But even so. the decade. there millions 1
30 cent not past Today are many j i means they regard as other than -
meat-on-the-hoof per quite making a living. Then
II are following corn f have 20 cent we it's harmful to go round putting labels and nicknames more of them who are uprooted homeless, hungry !, 1 pure logic, are champing to get inter .
per who quit the business-who proprietary ** and
are roprwen*
prices skyward and the weekly average lawyers doctors-who on folks. diseased, and wandering over the face of the earth. i j''back in 1949 to enact effective I
use their cards to go out and tation Is subject to ituiilini
price of slaughter steers was at an all-time get their benefits-like Congressmen and In this connection there are two or three little There is an organization which Is very active 1n'' 'regulatory measures. I and. _ _
Senators poetic thoughts racing through my mind which I'd these days called The Christian Committee for This current talk of "muz as those who would draft laws an4 _
high as the week ended with a quotation of you know. like to share with the occupants of the Amen Cor- United Jewish Relief. Orange County has a committee I zling" lobbyists also has been rules have found. It is aaott impossible -
"And on account of the Insurance in their union stimulated by Gov. Caldwell's in the SUtM-WMtun-
$26.48 per hundred pounds. they' keep their card. ner. One is alleged to be the shortest poem on rec in the field and Is sponsoring a voluntary Is
I statement that special pleaders ton different for obvious reasons _
"I mean like yourself. Congressmen." continued ord. It is entitled 'GERMS" and reads: plan to afford all of our people the opportunity to j I were at their worst in 1947. -to define legally the line

OF WHICH goes to show you what 'etrillo' looking at Kearns. "You don't need a "Adam make gifts to the relief of the Jewish people who He didn't particularize but the between a lobbyist and a cttiara

ALL card. practically speaking. You could 'throw your Had 'Em"There more than any other race were tragic victims of' i comment Is the more Interestingin enjoying his constitutional right
: Government crop forecast can do to a card away and still live but for sentimental reasons is another which falls in the category of the war which was perpetrated by the greatest i view of his pre-legislative observation of free speech and of petition.

commodity market wise. brevity likewise which says: "* to brotherhood the world has : that lobbyists had beenof
and because you have a good President in the ffd- > enemy experienced Like so much In t life fetty-,
The flood ruined a good deal of this ration you want to stay here. "How odd In centuries. Citizens of Orange County will respond i i'' help to him In Washington. Asa I ists often are regarded as "..od".

; year's corn crop and the forecasters announced 'By' the way" Petrillo added patronizingly "I That God i to this appeal because our people believe profoundly j! Congressman, he had recounted, !7 when they are on the *....It&"

next year's crop would be 600 million understand you are a good musician." Should Choose "* In the principle of Brotherhood and have proven he would call in the opposing I i i side and "bad" when they're on _ _
spokesmen and often I
bushels less than this year. Zoom went Kearns was content to mumble thanks for the The Jews." that they will yield their hearts and gifts to the ;| would find the truth. mid-way f the other-with the sfwkrr's

the prices. compliment but Republican Richard Nixon of CalifornIa Interestingly enough God has always chosen needs of those in distress. What would Jesus do i That explanation after;, own position at the m mt&t be- _ _

Last Fall the Government forecasters did not want to let the matter 'drop. "Do people whose minds and hearts have afforded under these circumstances? Read His famous story, Caldwell had been asked came whether, lag the test of "right-" _ _

predicted a record 101 million box citrus you understand he Is also a good Congressman?" hospitality to Him. Nowhere in history do we finda of the Good Samaritan. There's the answer. Amen. as House rules committee chair- Naturally, too. you hoar matt
Nixon asked. people whose lives and faith provided a residence Remember His words . . "Inasmuch." Ed Mark- man in the 1931 State Legislature. about the "bad." nine those who

crop. Down went the prices. for the mind and principles of God in the ham paid a': visit to the Amen Comer: and as he he was responsible for abandon- take a licking usually do the talk-

Dry weather and the freeze cut the crop' -Not yet Petrillo snapped back as the unique way that characterizes the relation between went out he slipped a bit of paper in my hand and I; ment then of the registration of ing. Yet Sen. George Leaird of

considerably but the prices never recovered audience howled. Then he added "I will tell you the Lord and the Jews. I read these words: lobbyists. [The Governor said he Fort Lauderdale. House veteran

from the shock of the original fore more about that when we get through here." The democracy we love the freedom and inde-_ He: drew a circle that shut me out I didn't remember whether he was and now Broward's: first Senator

Later the same day Petrillo was trying to Impress pendence which we observed on the Fourth of Heretic rebel a thing to flout or not. did not hesitate to defend labor.

cast.After this year's experience in market- the committee with the effect of "'cannedmusic' July last week. the privileges of American Citizenship But.love and 'I had the wit to win. House Xathan Jones for many years ists at the 1947 orientation school I
sergeant-at-arms said for House members.
: vs. fresh music on members of his union. are values which reach back beyond the We, 'drew a circle that took him In . I
ing a record citrus crop and with a chanceto Caldwell had reasoned that any "Our lobbyists are no dumb bun-
To Illustrate he got on the subject of Revolutionary War back beyond the
monkeys and ; yea. Plymouth ; And Amen! member "
get citrus into the foreign relief buying their I needing to be protected flies opined Leaird. "TlMir art
desire for
fresh not storage eggs. I against the wiles of lobbyists well educated and well trauMd
program, prospects price-wise are far bet- Puzzled. Congr. Kearns tried to break In with a WASHINGTON TREADMILL would not be saved by the. simple men, possessing a vast amount nt
ter for next season. Besides the preliminary question but Petrillo waved him aside. 1 enrollment of these. knowledge about the $inter* they

crop estimates indicate a short crop 'You see. I was a park commissioner In Chicago The Legislature anyway has represent. Many tobbyisU. have

for 1947-48. and the guys brings in a bill for fresh eggs for the not in recent years enforced either I,I been coming to Tallahassee for

I Citrus men are looking jealously at monkeys, so I asked the question and got in a lot Mr. Pete and the Average Man the law or its own rule. each permissive years and have established a very

the prices ranchers and of trouble. I says 'Why can't the monkeys eat for registration of per- good reputation for thejntdvw,
.i are getting hoping storage eggs?' So the guy who runs the zoo. witha sons with business before the and it is to*their interest to give

that their price situation will move higher.We big thing on here-mustache and beard-he says I, FRANK KENNEDY izes cash to retire the bonds the I'1 Petersburg Maritime School, with- Legislature and its committees. Legislators sound advice."

believe they will. 'He won't eat them'. [Our Washington Correspondent] j\ original proposition of Rogers. out voicing a single objection. Of course outright bribery of a As Prof. Belle Zeller of Brook-
"I almost'' If this week's action by the Since last March Reps. Peter- legislator or an attache is punish- lyn College said the wide variations
said. 'You mean to tell me a monkey knows WASHINGTON -- Like
House demonstrates anything at son and Hendricks strove to able under other laws. in the application of lob-
Republican Economy Takes Flop the difference between a 'fresh and every Democrat who voted for the
egg a storageegg' Whoever
approaches the lob- be
billion Income all. it demonstrates the growing: rescue the appropriation which bying laws once enacted can
? $4 tax cut bill. Rep.
power of the combined veterans the Budget Bureau had omitted. bying problem runs at once into seen in the number of appearanc
THE gone "He says. 'Possible. Come ,with me.' And that I Peterson regards the measure as 'organizations a power which The story is well known now the question of definition. The statements filed in the IHI M'I''

I the motions of slashing the answered the question. What the hell, If he's got 1{ viciously unfair and to the average to gives signs of reducing John L. that the two Congressmen I dictionary doesn't help much with : sions ranging from four in Georgia
wage as clinging
President's budget. to have fresh eggs, he needs fresh eggs. i economic earners theories already exploded Lewis to pigmy proportions in the squarely proved that left wing its statement that a lobbyist Is to eight in South Carolina.

They cut the .Armed Forces' funds so "In the morning he Is up there they call him J as falacious. ;next few years. Few Congressmenever maritime unions endeavored to "a person"who tries to Influence 117 In New Hampshire. Itt m

deeply that our security was endangered.That Pete and the keeper says. "My, Mr. Commissioner The Lakeland Congressman vot- questioned the propriety of sabotage the trainingprogram legislators. :Nebraska 222 in Massachusetts
has -' He called me Mr. Commissioner- This' Is ed for the first bill last month treating enlisted men with equal'' in the guise of economy and That means you became a lobbyist ;269 in California and 950 in Wis
cut been restored.
a storage I and voted to justice to officers of company'' that the Budget Bureau fell ,In when you wrote your coun- (consin.
Then they operated drastically the egg. who have I ty's member of the Legislature
on grade always enjoyed with their designs.
"He looked at Pete and Pete Is looking at override Pres.Truman's Perhaps Prof. Zetter MHRftItf'd
Interior State Labor and De me the terminal pay privilege. It is In the Senate hearings MarfI I about say better pay for teachers.
Agricultural the situation
and Pete Is going boo-hoo, as though somebody'told veto, >, The word stems from the buttonholing well when he said
significant however that a bill time Commission officials ,
partments.The the practical were it was recognized that bad lobbying .
him I I 'on *
was opposed to fresh eggs. I wasn't of lawmakers in the
the and
opposed openly by War
of but
quizzed on scores topics no
Agricultural cut has been restored.So opposed to fresh eggs. I was merely asking questions -'I }promise that Treasury Departments should Senator questioned the value of lobby of a legislative chamber.lWhat practices will not disappear -

have some of the funds for other de Just like you Congressmen are asking me j some tax cut sort was of bet-a command unanimous approval by'' the training program at all. The' usually is meant by a through legislation atone.

partments.The questions today. ,ter than none at the House. Rep. Sikes of Crest- Florida Senators stood by, how- lobbyist however is a person 'However." she continued, 'it Is

Republicans won a flock of head- "So he throws Pete the egg and said. 'Pete this ,all.rhe way view was floor manager on the ever primed with all the material specially employed to plead a I i generally conceded that some

lines their Is a storage egg,' and he looks at the egg and he' by andthat's '
ax swinging economy looks at me and 'Grrrl'i! will hit to exercise any parlia- dricks had gathered.The item now In other words Sam McCOrmick' I i td as a check. So long as pressure
: i operate
about all. The loudly ballyhooed ( The I' t being dubbed a lobbyist i and lobbyists greatly
'So somebody must have told this I the mentary ingenuity. veterans' is firmly clinched In the bill with ]escapes groups
savings did not materialize. Perhaps the I don't_want to give him. fresh monkey ;: earner average where wage it magazines still call it the Rogers 4 l no likely chance for a slip-up II'because l he appears before legisla-l influence public policy each of
I ballyhoo is all they after. I eggs so I was In ; bill and ask their readers to give I anywhere along the line. (live committees as the full-time i the 48 States should adopt a good
were hurts the most- Petersonit
trouble with the monkey. He smells the egg and credit where general of Hialeah RaceCourse regulative law. embodying the best )
I 'I i credit is due. j ; l lI manager ,
At any rate we are learning it is takes another smell and he throws the egg right 'i still robs "him of needed, food' I I I Rep. Price of Jacksonville.. has ( but Perry NicholS, Miami features of those now in existence.
and said Mr. Pete, 'The ;
clothing, .
1 whole lot more simple to add bureaus, servIces over my head. '! tax schedules have The prospective lay-off of deputy extracted a promise-possibly a 'attorney, would be called a lobbyist "These laws should require M, :

and people to public payrolls than it "Now. he said Pete here is. a fresh egg." He war measures and we nobody now had were the I Internal revenue collectors and 1 reluctant one-from Republican i since he's hired to talk for that least the registration of lobbyists. i:

r is to get rid of them. throws it to Pete; Pete grabs the egg and eats it. right to complain, whatever the agents in Florida and in other Rep. Graham of Pennsylvania to J horse track. and the filing of expense.. **a4..' t:

We believe a great majority of the "Now that Is a true story. A monkey knowsa I inequities. However, the war has States has started another under- 1:' take some action on the Florida'' Even _that breakdown between ments.. r'
cover inquiry by the House Appropriations judgship bill before adjournment.i'
storage from
swollen egg a fresh'egg and we don't know been over too long to justify the :
Washington population is in the the difference. We get them in hospitals." schedules those which : Committee which has be-I As the author of the bill, the
present or i
I capital to stay, regardless of which party While his audience gasped for breath Congr. I the new bill sets up." come highly critical of bureaucratic )I Jacksonville Congressman pre- THESUNDAYSCHOOLLESSON
is in Interpretations of economies fers to behold no politics in the
_ _ Nixon asked if Petrillo meant to Identify his Rep. Peterson has three amendments first ordered by the money spend'' Graham Subcommittee. Other
which he hopes to put'
Congressional Book of Job's Ancient Drama
I inquisitors with monkeys.
It's Two Worlds Now for Sure the music czar said no. Solemnly across next year there being no .' ing committee.The Florida members are not so retIcent -
an4 have expressed the
opportunity now. He would help ] original House committee I
EIGHT NATIONS choose hunger Thus continued two days of testimony which the average worker: 11 by raisingthe I report declared that no loss of I} view privately that the Repub- Linked With Modern Problems
WHEN got the Congressmen nowhere. Meanwhile on the exemption to $1,500 or more efficiency in the field would follow I licans are stalling in order to

co-operation it is reasonable to other side of the Capitol. GOP Sen. Hawkes of plus additional exemptions for dependents -: the decreased funds. The re- hold off the new appointment j f By WILLIAM E. GILKOY. D D. _ _

assume that someone !has a gun at their New Jersey complained bitterly because a 3-man : 2] teachers and profes-i i port contended that Washington t' until 1948 when, perhaps they I Scripture: Genesis 1; Job 38.41Iatthew; : 6:25-38:
I could
backs. Senate Sub-Committee spent a scant one day examining sional people would be given the offices were grossly overstaffed I r control the nomination. I*, In reading the Book of Job it to remember
The Florida is important
There is a small segment of the American the qualifications of Congr. Jones to be right to claim exemptions for the and that efficient and effective Congressmen how-
Federal Communications Commissioner. In cost of refresher courses and workon workers in the field would haveno ever do not comprehend the Re- that it is an ancient drama in which various characters are

I people who pooh-pooh the idea that the Senate has held up the nomination of contrast ex-- doctors' and masters' degrees; i cause to fear the loss of their publican strategy of stalling in the speaking and note in each instance just who the speaker

Russia controls many of the Eastern na Atty. Gen. Francis Biddle. to a relatively unimportant -' 31] lowered administrative costs, jobs. Some members strongly this House.session The bill could be passed : is. Otherwise we may find ourselves taking as "the word _ _
then sent to the
saved to the taxpayers by fewer that field offices have j
tions.Now job on the United Nations for six months. forms handle. suspect Senate which has the exclusive :I I i of God" statements of Eliphaz, Bildad, or Zophar, all
that the to I suffered unduly by personnel
Finns the Czechs the -
* confirmation powers, anyway. Any i i three of whom are specifically
Poles, the Bulgars. the Romanians, the Because his incessant use of the veto Russian 1 The Republican effort to rob I I political shenanigans would be represented by God, later in the I and in their quectianini concerning

Hungarians, the Albanians and the Yugoslavs Ambassador Gromyko is now called Ambassador 'Rep. Rogers of Fort Lauderdale 1 They point to the fact that dur- valueless elsewhere. I l.I Book, as not having spoken the His providence.The
have refused to "Gro-veto." of his ing May while ,there were 23,000 i I With adjournment less than a..' "thing that is right" Job 42:71.: and *
attend the second . Henry Wallace was all set to par original authorship of the ; :I Hebrew poets prophet
GI bill Is beginning to boomerang separations from the Washingtonpay month away the Graham committee The late Prof. Moulton in his realists in factec: all th -
Paris conference on the rehabilitation of ticipate In a labor parade with CIO members of the pay were
rolls. 20.000 were rehired by risks : Modem Readers' Bible sought to
nothing by reporting out
New according to a check-up of' facts. They saw the dark and
Europe, perhaps these doubters Republic staff when an aide cautioned that other agencies with net reduction of
will veterans' organization publica-- a the bill in line with the chair- guard such misinterpretations terrible aspects of sowe thtocs in
change their minds. as editor' of the magazine. he automatically was I *jI of 3.000 Government workersin man's promise to Rep. Price. It I,, Biblical truth by presenting and the world and in human aacwnence -

Russia has as much control placed in the ranks of management. This barred I Uons.The Washington. The committee then would be placed on the con- arranging the Scriptures in their : -

these nations or moreover him parading. . Eager-beaver Sen. Bob Taft bill as it passed Congress wants to know how come? sent calendar where it could be proper literary form. This is par- But they laid hold of the great,
today as did Hitler when seems to think all Republicans should vote with I last year authorized five-year t held Indefinitely pending some : ticularly helpful in portions of positive, incontiwerttb: facts of

his hordes overran them. him. When Sen. Malone of Nevada a good Re- I' bonds for unused leave and it With Senators Pepper and Hol- private indications from Senate I, the Bible like the Book of Job. a world that could not. be. .r bo-

Their refusal to co-operate marks the publican though Independent stood up to vote with carried the original House number land discreetly on watch In the Republicans that they were willing !
end of the One World dream, for the time the Democrats against raising rents Taft tuggedat I: as first introduced by Rogers. background the Senate Appropri- for' the bill to move their way. taking texts at random or even Ruler. They found evideooM of

being at least. his coat whispering "sit down." . Judging i!' This year the bill bore a ations Committee serenely approved Meanwhile the Florida Federal !'I I textS. Is not conducive to enlightened i 1 I law and order and toodnew. And
i different number and the name the $2.850.000 appropriation Judiciary be restored to'
cannot and honest study of
from the 'I they the moral law and
It's two worlds nation-wide storm against the } I
now-the Russian world Republican 1[ of Republican Rep. Blackney of for the Maritime Commis'sion. -full strength should Judge Long ji !I the Bible, in which every passage i order relate law the phyaical
j *
and the rest of us. rent-hike bill. Malone should now be glad he I't I Michigan. The new bill author-'I'I Including $1,500,000 for St. i of Gainesville elect to retire. ought to be read in relationto universe.te an
'Ignored Taft and voted against it...Congr.Lemke I
its setting and context. They asserted, "The heavens

Lewis Jumps the Fence Again of Greeley's North old Dakota cry. "Go has West a new young version man.,of go Horace West." Man Pleads Guilty i up the cashier and made off with Sulliyan Ouster Asked I But if one must read the Bookof declare the glory .f Gad. and '
Job with care to realize who it the shewetb His nan*
$246 in cash. firament
SIDE WHICH gives John L. Lewis Lemke. who Is Interested In populating Alaska advises To Armed Robbery Arkansas Democrat is speaks in the various portions, diwork. Day unto day Dh
The trio By
THE "Go was arrested about 30
he wants gets his North young man. go North. He wants ST.PETERSBURG [API A manbooked i I it is only in considering the Bookas speech, and niht u. Dh'
\ political to see the scanty population of Alaska boosted by minutes after the holdup by Dep. CAMDEN, Ark. rAP Dr. R. B. a whole that its full significance sheweth knoa ."

support. =2 million within 30 years. Otherwise the Russian by authorities as Andrew i i i Sheriff John Fox who hearing Robins Democratic National Committeeman !i, and message appear. Ail' So. here in t B o Jo a*

Lewis switched from Roosevelt to the radio win continue claiming that Alaska should Delaney Tucker. 34, of Tampa the radio alarm sped cross-town'' from Arkansas. said 1'! leads up to certain conclusions regarding elsewhere, &faa

Republicans in 1936 and now his mouthingsand go back to Moscow. . Ex-Ambassador Joe Davies yesterday pleaded guilty to a and headed off the trio In the fact of God in His of God in His world. ''
a car that leaders 'from this and
grumblings indicate that he will switch purchased $50 worth of tickets for war veterans to charge of armed robbery. He was party I world. is the Ld'. and the fuftoeftC
northwest of the city. other "Solid South" States desired -i of the Book is thereof and they (
back to the Democratic side of the fence hear Henry Wallace In Washington recently. . bound over to Circuit Court under i j message -W taI
In of all the doubts. dwell the
the ouster of Gael Sullivan that spite
When *
school teachers representing 27 national I(I I .
Winner in a wage dispute without a bat- organizations bond of 7500. : I. difficulties and problems, the they said who declared
I i j I
called on Republican When the military academy at' executive director of the Democratic I b
leader 1
majority I
tie this time, Lewis immediately begins The charges grew out of the rob- '1 I dramatic portions have presentedwith Mar that was no :
Charlie Halleck of Indiana to ask Federal aid for West Point was "officiallY"opened National Committee, sayinghe ter A
making with his muscles once bery Thursday of a mid-town restaurant all the realbm with which til ti ,(100 < ''H I uft, his more. Apparently i State schools. Halleck parried: "Education Is a national -t In which two men and a in 1802 there were 10 cadets pres- felt that Sullivan had given they have confronted succeeding without, fault, and v ,' >out Goes

Supreme Court whipping___,I problem butI'mig to wait.and see."--..:,t-woman were-alleged-to have-, held-,'..ent_ for_Instruction._ ,.J _I I I-them a 'brush off recently.- -i I I generations In their quest of God. what- 1 there- for m '


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State Cabinet To Discuss _'Glades Park in Washington ; .

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Watson Plans y .G '--"- < I I Orlando; Florida, July 13, 1947 ut> Sunfcig 'rntlnrt-&''tar Page 5' .

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A ..yf H. Y..Jy -,-n.iA' Wild Life Seeks Rail Rate Increase Rotarians Plan

To Testify ' i
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, y- .X. 1J Flood Relief StudiedFlorida Meeting Sunday
1 On 'AttitudeTALLAHASSEE 4 .Y .. J r: Proposal

I I WEST PALM BEACH rAP] vegetable growers and shippers will 'carry WINTER HAVEN Several
Wild life In the Everglades was' hundred' members of clubs In District
J : : tAP f7orida'sCabinetwith their fight against imposition of an additional annual $3 Interaattenal,
seeking high ground as' 167-C, Rotary
; the exception of thunderstorms continued to pour I million in rail shipping charges to a conclusion before the compr1.s1nghe central area w

i Oor. Caleb ell-win be In Washington $ ; .C. r water into the brimming area yes- :! Interstate Commerce Commission LaMonte Graw, manager Florida will meet here for a three-

, tomorrow to discuss the vn : terday. of the Florida. Vegetable Committee said yesterday day conference beginning next {
Everglades National Park. One family, the J. D. Lees of Tne growers yesterday awaitedfirst 'Sunday, it was announced yester

1 r Torry Island, near Pahokee, went official ruling In their battle day.Opening
AU, Gen. Tom { I "fellowship"dinner
Watson who .N fie 4yv :Y to the coastal city of Lake Worth' against the Increased charges fol-fT with a
t has Instituted' courts suits to prevent t until the water subsides. Their ; lowing hearings in Jacksonville Tourist Survey I Sunday night the coniesence the
is to advance
expenditure of 12 million inSlate principal worry was about snakes Friday and Saturday before an instnwt
and to
I funds which gathered around their ; ICC examiner. I Rotary principles
to acquire private land officers of the clubs as well as
for the park and home. Graw said State growers and in the various phases
to halt trans delegates
Mrs. Lee once found her six : shippers have instructed their representatives Held in State ,
fer of 7.000 acres of State Department and programs of the organization.
year old son playing with a poison- j to oppose all proposed
of Education land to thepark. ous snake. She decided to move ,I increases over present railroad I Paul J. Stine of Orlando district
said he will testify before a 9'f : governor of Rotary will
him and another child to Lake j shipping charges. A compromise
House committee on proposed The preside over the dinner and a
Worth until the water subsides proposal by railroad
representatives -
legislation In relation! to the / i State Chamber of Commerce I "fireside meeting." devoted to Instruction
park. A FF :,IiL and wild creatures go back into during the hearing to reduce yesterday -
The fire other 1 of members with I
members See. the Everglades. j! the proposed rate increases to approximately said New York State and new
of State R, A Ora,. Comp. Clarence : I the Orlando Rotarians under .
4j : The Everglades has an abund- 1 '2 million a year received Georgia contribute the most Flor- la
U. Oar, Trea Ed Larson. I Chairman Milt 01Ft.
School Supt- Colin English and ance of snakes raccoons opossums no support from the producers I ida tourists, but Central States are I charge I
Graw stated.
Com of Agriculture Nathan Mayo. p deer wild cats and other j gaining on the Eastern region. Pres W. Ray Martin of the! '

declined' to reveal the purpose of creatures. !I He continued that shipper opposition ': The chamber said ot has Winter Haven Club win open the
the trip. Meantime the Everglades drainage as voiced in the Jack- business sessions Monday mornteff-" '
F i checked
hotel registers for the
They are expected, however. to board in a special meeting sonville hearing, was based on | with a welcoming address fallowed
appear in support of the legislation I here heard Lamar Johnson its two major points: I 1 past year and a half to find out by the introductten of

introduced by Sea Holland AII8t: and Rep. Smathers.Hat conditions have reached a rates would sharply restrict, the t! Middle Atlantic States furnished of District 167-C and Ha 38

..* MM he will.. testify In THESE THREE MEN, all possibilities for the later. It shows, left to right Fuller Warrenof 'i "critical" point and if rains con- number of markets in which !134 per cent of the tourists; 29 per ,' clubs. Lawrence: Hirst of J.a.kt
Jacksonville State of Public Instruction tinue it is only a matter of time i Florida produce could sonville, governor of Dletrtet t
"..,pen *>f his attitude and pe- race for Governor next Spring, got togetherfor Supt. compete cent came from the South; Cen- 167-A. will deliver address On
ftitUn .n the park and the this picture at Winter Haven recently-a Colin English and Dan McCarty of Fort roads.before water floods farmlands and with other that of California Texas and tral States furnished 24 per cent.> This We Build. an

transfer of tale .U rights on picture that may have political significance Pierce. I The board adopted two resolu- 2. That producing any rail areas.rate increase I and seven per cent came from New Other talks during the Monday :

Und within the park U the J- tions. One asked a public hearingon would divert vegetable shipmentsto I England. session will be by James Keller Jr.. .
I''nal I .. U i New England was once the lead-
vent men
of District 187-B on
a proposal to lower the level of other means of transportation governor :
ing contributor the chamber said.
II. said the proposed. bill broadens Citrus Men Talk water in Lake Okeechobee to facilitate I principally truck transportation. Peace Requires Action while Al ,,
authority by the Government, Florida Ends Year water control. I Graw said the ICC is expected If visitors from New York Geiger, past governor of Dtatriet
including the power to condemn. The other protested what was ,i to call for further hearings on State and Georgia are sub- 167-C. will discuss future club :
described i, the of tracted from the report the I expansion In this area.Monday's II
'I The Attorney General said he as Army Engineers' proposal Northeastern railroads -
has made a lengthy research into policy of primary consideration i to boost vegetable shipping I: chamber found most of the re- i noon luncheon will be
the subject and will tell the Con- With About Politics to navigation in determining the I rates as much as 25 per cent over I maining tourists-34 per cent of ,| followed by a business session to .
$74,303,822TALLAHASSEE feature a talk vocational service
them-will be found to have
reastonal Committeewhat the lake level. I present charges. Taking of additional i'
by Harry Smith and
'* from Central States. {1
situation is. Sam Chastain of Belle Glade, testimony will be with- s
lends et
on the subject. In the
GOT. CaldweN .U In Salt Lake [AP] The State' of Florida ended its !TOw By Own JACK Staff GURNETT Correspondent] a member with of the the board engineers, said was cooperation held already until submitted.the ICC studies briefs This subtraction also leaves 27 i Men by Fax T. Haskins of Sefcrteg. I..

City. pretidlng at the atlonal fiscal June 30 with cash balance of $74,303,822 in the WINTER HAVEN With the Graw per cent from Middle Atlantic II Stine will discuss phases of community -
Clarence M. announced 1946-47 citrus season and all its ;! trol facilities were primarily established economist attended the ,
net attend the Ytathlngtonttarfng. treasury Comp. Gay yesterday. I I and 11 per cent from New Eng answer periods will be arranged I
headaches and trials
out of the
r ldell Is chairman However Gay said only $17,897,572 of this balance is i, for reclamation and con- Jacksonville hearing as representatives -'land; according to the chamber. following each talk.
way. some of the prominent men servation. level In i of the FVC; J. A.
A high the The showed two cent Various meetings
group are s
survey per
f lb. eoa'"fBn.CaJd.tU in unallocated general The remainder is : :
revenue. ear- in the
industry have turned to -
politics lake OTlourke expert and Max-
makes water control difficult came from Western States by scheduled for 3:45: p.m. Monday.I
and other members .of --- marked for specific purposes.In for a subject to discuss.It I it was contended. well W. Wells general counsel I overall calculation. The remaining with club presidents and secretaries i

the Cabinet with the exception of addition to the unallocated I Is generally conceded in the represented the Growers and four per cent came from for- assembling In separate :
Watson. have strongly supported Citrus general revenue balance there is Industry that Dan McCarty. citrus Citrus Bureau Reports Shippers League of Florida. .All eign nations and off shore pos groups for discussions on the
the park which already' has bees Supplies $42.693,022 In earmarked general grower and shipper of Fort Pierce are from Orlando. sessions. general subject The Mechanics
created by order' of See. ofh.. revenue including about $H active In the affairs of the Indian 122,455 Boxes Shipped The Florida Railroad Commission of Our Jobs.
Interior J A. Krug. million for school teachers' salaries ,River area for many years former Ii I opposed the increases through There are no scheduled .H rI- t
YVauon's suit to stop payment and $20 million for construc- speaker of the House, will makea WINTER HAVEN [AP] Lastweek's Fred Pettljohn rate expert. Hough Hastings: and Ralph W. ties for Monday night but the t

ef the 12 million check was dts- Reported Heavy tion. strong bid for citrus support. i I 1 citrus shipments as reported Florida growers and shippers Atkinson. East Palatka. conference will reconvene Tuesday '
the State
by Citrus Inspec-
mIssed by Circuit Judge W. May The other balances were State I John R. Van Arnum. Wash- at 9 a.m. with an address
Then Fuller Warren the voluble testified in opposition to
tlon Bureau totaled 122.455 boxesagainst
ington, various
Walker of Tallahassee, but he will agencies $1,575,896; general inspection Jacksonville attorney has a lot t' the increase included: representing national by Thomas Hood on The
consider the Attorney General'spetition f n- of' to TV> Sundae Sentinel'.Star! $594374: State Road I 206,968 boxes the previous distributing groups and J. ABC's of the A. and O. Geiger wilt
NEW YORK of friends in the citrus Industry- |week. Gen. J. C. Hutchison Sanford; L. Pease. Washington representIng talk on What Are We Doing fey
for a re-hearing AugC.Solons -Citrus supplies Department $9,117,841 and I
-- - were relatively! heavy last week for I trust $2,424,614. I people like his pep and vigor and I Last week's shipments were F. C. W. Kramer Jr. Leesburg: the U. S. Department of Agriculture Youth while Stine will discuss tfee "
so !late in the season. his outright talk as well as his j 115.402 boxes of grapefruit and I J. E. Wathen. Ft. Pierce; R. W. also testified In oppositionto coming convention of Rotary. International
Plead for FundsTo Demand war active the first I The 1947 total compared with remarkable memory and.. person- 1107,053 of oranges. Hutchinson, Sanford; Howard S. the rate raising proposal. In Rio de Janeiro.
that of $62,136,803 for the 1945- ality. He keens his contacts fairly
Repair State Harbor part of the week, then shaded off .
later. Warm weather has been 46 fiscal year.. The unallocated active in the citrus industry.
WASHINGTON I API Sens. favorable for the liberal supplies balance, on June 30, 1946 was There's a third man often men-
Popper and Holland and Rep. of California lemons, this fruit beIng 'I: 17244015. tioned for the Governor's office..
Rogers. Florida Democrats, pleaded influenced' more by temperature However during the year approximately Colin English. State Superintendent ,,
with the Senate Appropriations change than are oranges and $26 million In surplus of Public Instruction-and he, '
Committee yesterday to approve grapefruit i funds from general revenue was too, has a lot of friends In the

expenditure of '..000 for Im- Florida oranges are still arrivIng transferred into the now eliminated industry.As ; !l. _. ; .

Movement, of the Port En.,1adN in such quantities as to be one building fund. .informed observers see It '. . .tr ,
Ha, harbor. of the major fruits. Last year at right now. citrus support for
They asked' that the appropriation this time the season had ended Man Dies of Wounds any candidate is going to depend .. .' ,: .

be inserted In the War Department entirely. Considering quantity Received in AccidentOCALA a lot on "who gets there .. ::;.: '". / ,t .,
Civil functions Bill and : and lateness of the season. first" with a definite announce :, ..h. '
that House-approved. outlays for prices have been satisfactory. API W. H. Cannon of I ment.
Lake Worth and St. Lucie Inletsbe Fort McCoy died in the hospital
Through Thursday last week I A lot of people have been talkIng
retained -
here yesterday from Injuries received . .
the sales of Florida totaled ...
oranges I
The House voted nothing for S3 against 130 I when a log truck he was with McCarty-and here in I )>
fort Everglades but approved for the same ears period a week ears ago. ', driving turned over on State Road I the Interior, of the State it is felt
S1MJOO for dredging In the Lake Prices were mostly. J5.10-5.50 315 near Fort McCoy. His was the that despite the fact that he is ,
Worth Inlet and $53.000 for re- against ItiO-SJO a week ago. sixteenth highway death In Marion -'" "Indian River minded" when it .
rprnln At. Lucie Inlet which connects '1 I,I County since Jan. 1. i comes to citrus affairs that is as ,
Lake Okeechobee with the CalUornlaValenclas. showed' ute t 1! Patrolman Doug Willis of the it should be with a man brought
Atlantic tie change from the week previous State Patrol said the : up in that section of the State.
_? -___ either in volume or price. The In the last two gubernatorial
the !
off onto
truck ran highway
sales through Thursday amountedto elections f -
citrus men have been
Port Head'sResignation 'a soft shoulder and turned completely -
Authority 142 can against 147 cars for the prominent in the campaigns of
Announced week previous and price averaged over. I the two winners. Eight years ago ? From $15 "I'IIUt
S3 48 against S3.47 a week ago. i 'Spessard L. Holland of Bartow
RT PETERSBURG rAP 1 Of- Supplies of Callfomlas are about I sales of Californlas were 12 cars got the citrus industry behind
fietals of the Bt Petersburg Port normal for this time of year. with prices averaging $4.25. This !
him. and like
men Tom B. Swann
Authority, which proponed to build Florida grapefruit shorn signs compares with nine cars averaging i of Winter Haven !
a bridge across tower Tampa Bay of disappearing from the market $3.40 for the previous comparable prominent grower $
former chairman of the
yesterday announced that Port and sales through Thursday of period. II > ,,
I ida Citrus Commission and others $31.50
Authority Mir E L Cole resigned' last week totaled 15 Vi cars against #
Three ears of Arizona grape aided him-in and out of the in-
more than two months ago. 39 can the week previous. Prices }
They laid his action was "yolunt.rT" were mostly. $2.654.50.California ,, fruit came In during the week : dustry. Harvey Henderson another ,
and averaged about %..60.I .
$ I prominent grower well-
and was taken to expedite grapefruit shipmentsare
passage ef an amended Port Authority increasing but the receipts in I Competing fruits of all kinds-known In the Northwest section of
Act by. which the bridge this market are slow and will be are getting heavier and Southern the State also hit the trail for ,

debt limit Is raised from 910 to IIS until Flortdu are completely gone. I peaches have begun to move in him.
million. Through Thursday of it week considerable volume. I Then four years ago Millard

.. Caldwell the
--- ------ incumbent got .
some citrus support from the
!i start-but when he went Into
I f the second primary it really 13
crystallized with Swann. Courtney -
FLAT RATE PRICES t Campbell of Food Machinery S 4
Tom Turnbull of Lake Alfred -
Charlie Commander of the
Florida Citrus Exchange Bill
ONSERVICE Hamilton wen-known Winter "

Haven citrus lawyer and others 1k FOR HORSEMEN
on the bandwagon.

WORKARE But as of right now the cam- AND HORSEWOMEN S .

paign personalities are not clear-
and few citrus men will say out-
right whom they will support. One From $18JO FOR RANCHERS .
L thing is certain there will be
strong competition for the citrus .

FACTORY SET PRICES tions.backing and campaign contribu- AND HUNTERS .


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Surging Cards Blast Giants. for Twin Win I

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Page 6 i a -e"imbaif: &t th1tl-&tttr Orlando, Florida, July 13, 19i7 i

Birds Capture -- .--- Dodgers Sweep

By BOB HAYES Sign of the Times:

The Flo r 14* Mite League's al.-sUr came up at St. Ii

Augustine Is worth a moment's notice. Four of Five GOP's Over-Ride Cub Series

A firm bebever that, such all-star exhibitions prove I ;

ret&nga beyond a show and, in this case. a long ride, thepoTdtS fl- Democrats, 16-13 !

eherces" In this league-wide poll offer an opening w _, w- WASHINGTON tAPI Sparkedby i
Tilts in SeriesNEW Stretch Lead
l9t tei*rUng observation a pint-sized 200-foot home-

Iht "&'t'". .... fr Instance. II batten. *h. were hitting J" run by Rep. Glenn Davis R-

*r over tbroga ThurwUy altbl..a17 two of the 11 starterspttrbert -- c' WIs). the Republicans won the I
tipectaa&Upart ta the ,3tO bracket However ralatkalt'Johnny YORK tAPJ The surging Congressional baseball game yesterday BROOKLYN TAM The htf.

t......... a M9 bitter. U .. the utility list. St. Louis Cardinals pulled to within % : 16-13. I flying Brooklya PBaltm to*****]

Two ef the starters. this afternoon wertnl' listed in the weekly two percentage points of the The Republican landslide their winning streak tt> six taa tiI

.fcatttevg amact rtleas which foea down tht list aa far as ..250.H third place New York Giants jrrseterdar came in the fifth. They went I'I and stretched their Kane m

cfefck-bavck on last yeart all-star squad which didn't play such by clipping the New Yorkera. Ii into that inning trailing 7-11. League lead to thr-and-oM.
1 Jackson [ER-
pat aa toda,'., shows fire of last years veteran "all-stars" back 4-0 and But ReP. Henry
> HO. before a paid : half
Calif whacked out a single that game* yesterdsw Wing " >>-
Hat farter aiain. Buddy Lakt. Bill Good. Jack Wilkes Lyle Judy
pn fathering of 41,645 fans. of
brought in a couple rune ; a double-heMtr trv
)jnd Uyftt. Iloag sit the veteran repeaters. Three of last years rookie LitU Murray Dickson stopped r' Then Davis who has been a Cuba uiChicmga.

i3->> Ui:*. however made th, veterans club thia year-Stan KarpinsU. the slugging Giants with one hit Congressman for only three After Joe flatten-1 and '-1.

1 *>n ftHUveO and Johnny Th.obold.S In the opener Ernie Lombard! months strode to the plate with Cuba on aevm sfH.w MBMtUeN fe*

Carried a Ml. farther. the cheek showed IS of the XI elected two-out single! in the second In* two men on. the battlmc Irniki M UM tm.encr. .

Je last >ear's aUUr sqnad arc playing In tbe circoit this year and nine while the Birds bunched four The fellow on the loudspeaker from behind by casM

,U.t tUbl. .f th. IS are repealing all-star choices. of their fin blows off Monty reminded the crowd that whoever each of the last seortag two twin* M

M. actually ttt s .iur selection art in a lane measure popularity I Kennedy In the ninth to core all got the longest blow in this take the nightcap with frasBM Carl '-t..

pea.* bavins not too much to do with real playing ability in : of their runs. Enoa Slaughter Inning would win a washing machine I TWo driving to the wtaaung n..
highlighted the Cards' last frame gift of a local electrical
many inaUActs. 8omt pJajer art ao outstanding that that couldn't with a two-mt ......
flareup with a three-run homer
OTVT looked' and yet there. some mighty. talented I The victon enacted .
toe art young men- The shutout was only the second Undoubtedly thinking of Mon- Dot]

ttu4ouieeduLftt from the lain of today's game. t suffered by the OlanU this tea day's wash. Davis laid into one. I gers to sweep their fiveseries ..e&e
from the Cuba. Ttw
at W W TlroiHu.
As it floated out over second.
rerbap* of even m.e* Interest lo ilortda StaU Leagnc fans than I son.In the nltbteap. the cub In&' in came Rep. Cooley [D-NCJ. I' now have beaten. the Cubs tutu

,Jht ....iar Ult today will bt the meeting of tht leagues directors Red Birds clouted five New York who had been stationed In cen- I straight ttaTMB ajtd 12 wit Of <.
to win th
Wtdsratfar .t Talatka. barters for IS safeties Including ); ,terfield. Cooley and the ball games ataaMsis Mm*
t betwetm U. two ehs.CHKA4O .
.simt1wsr.uptorthatmet1ng. hornets by Whltey Kurowkl and t passed each other without so '_... .5..t

I Theta tht dale en vbkb the leagues guiding Ilzbts air supposed Del Rlcr. The nirds drove tarter I ft Y'o. .. much as a nod of recognition I C.' ....u. 5'
Hooks IoU from the mound with about 150 feet from home m ra. a . .. .
I I. Ur tbelr cards .a tbe table. and make up their minds whether \ .; JehI I I S 'I... t I ,

.*- 'e>t tbey. ..I.... !. keep on trying .. fool each other with player I *li run. first inning uprising. _" .. .':. .m,\. ..._., _"__._._ n___ I Davis puffed around third u I .Le-t. .., 31 4 I I I .: _.__ .5 I ..I .!
a S I P .. .. .
... .
If he had that washer tied to I
I Harry tThe Cat! went
1Iff jtKitincs. Brecheen CHICAGo-BOBO SAYS GOODBYE TO PALS: well last night to Teammates Gerry Priddy, .Ca.'tM4.V2iS5I5 a. .
the route for the Cards and limited one foot but he made It. The I ....of St11IS.... tI 4. . .
The feebnt here U that there'll be loud talk and little fundamcau the Otanta to seven hits in 3obo Newsom .fccnter] veteran pitcher who Stan Spence, Sid Hudson and Al Evans [left Republicans were ahead for ........... 4 5 1 a t...._ 'I I 2.

I / action at the meeting. But others aspect some flnser-polnUng posting his tenth win of the rear. has been obtained by the New York Yankees to right] of the Nats. Newsom will join the keeps and the 2,000 fans. contributing I I .W5-p.5.et....... I. I. .I .2 I I........_... SI I !' .: ..

'..and Maiiearthinc. to spark the conclave. \ Bill Rigney and Johnny Mile From the Washington Nationals bids fare- Yanks here today. [AP Wirephoto] to a local police boys' _. M I I I ........ J : .
I AmeM the warmer aubjecu will be the fact that two clubs-there accounted for tmo of the Giants'runs fund, had their biggest thrill. ........ . .--.. ilI ,
. .J L J- I 11_.. 555504I .
.auy bt mort-toavt carried four "veterans on more than the law 1 witn rust inning nomers one * ........ S S S l

: allows almost all season on their rosters. They work it son of like blows were the llth and 25th respectively : se-se.. 5s5I ..
Yanks"'Crush S 5 4 S
I lbs old WFA lawn mowing gag-they "disable' a veteran one night. for Rigney and Mile Demaret Hogan Browns In BigStafeGolfMeet I II

sad ..-.iat. another; then the next night "disable" another and re- and raised the club total to 110 for .._... ; 1 135;;' .m ; ; ..
I --..... ... -- ap. ..
I $tnttate the previous night' disability 73 games.A i ..... .. ..se4. 55 _

tl'. .....prhl.'. as a Matter of fart how tukkly. 9am of the. total of 114.199 spectators saw I -,-aiM MO .. MUM 15 _

.' ..eJHaMrd" gents cia rtttver overniiht and play peppy ball the next the five lame series between the Cling to LeadAtInverness Two Games Boost Lead Here At bIas.1 nI -MO MO __ _es._.q5es4.

....1. two clubs which the Cards won. ; 1:rrar' 3 .. s.siw a V..... .
... .
e-aita. . WaMnr L JatiaT. .m r...,.
On the rookie side of the ledger each club U supposed to have four games to one T M5-, kaaa k..a ....... Waaei ""-ua>
in I HIT CAHIIT ST. LOUIS [AP Clouting two homers in the first 1-. kit; Va...... ...se .5...., III_ .....
lost rookies on the roster but there1 the well-known bank clerk LOUIS' CI..U'j j' Y9MK: (5) I game __. ..... ..... __ .__
foot* vp at Pt Augustine.tt 555.1b4i1II1s1w'.IP.5,5 e a' .5,5.5 35552 and three in the second, the? American League's front-run- Dubsdread SeenA 15 Wgir..; Metetle. 15 a-- __ : ..

jt wouldn't be surprising at all to learn of some player sales or -'of' 4IlllCwr..i 41541w.lb I' ning New York Yankees crushed the St. Louis Browns, 1ITtI1.. -..: ''M-is atI55 I '015s 5 IItniIe C .....a.I. kS. .-.se.-...'.. .

traaea or something Involving surplus veterans betwixt. the ,..eek- '_." lii I 1 1 I* 1 1V1.f Mtae.1% I 1 ISISI II SIa 12-2 and 8-5 yesterday to run their winning streak to 1i. __ ..... W Ss.. i _

tAd sad Wtc1 n4'J. No 1Ir.11rOU1dn' be surprising all. .1._.......... ... 4 1 14 llarahall( I I I 4 S TOLEDO. Ohio [lAP Defending c field! expected to number I. _L.d....2.1 I..1_t t.tit.?I4.5 Msese S 15 lu I L$3 a.r. -_.._Si"s-S'
11I of I I I Leajbardl.e- 1 5 1 1 5 14 games.:::
T'1sit l5SSO-.I 15515 I Champions Ben Hogan and Jimmy Joe DiMagglo and Billy Johnson somewhere in the neighborhood = :: Maas. ....... ..-- ..

A" ejB*. wee.. .*.. this far with our own .....J'. .harmonlouav.Htit 15.4lIil4l4.S.1b, . 1 Demaret suffered their first defeat 1555.14.114.ies... seam,
.. I I each cracked three-run homersin of 150 contestants will start
5-n.- 4 I I 4 a aW fencer 1. I S ID4.5p .
I batebail circuit today l lets keep on the subject. I I S I iR.u.4.p... 1 S I II"Le' 1 in five matches yesterday. losIng the opener as the Yanks walloped HAL'S A PAPPY AGAIN scrambling for the Florida Sate I CISA.r 4-s. it,I esLvu.. ..sas ,. .
This erralia tefthander Gainesville haa Mason perII 155,5 DETROIT TAP] Mrs. Harold ,....55.. lISt.
1 up to National Open Champion four St. Louis pitchers for 17 Golf championship Aug 8 50 I ,
.." fth a few words. His record I. dais this season with tbe G-Men Tata* 114111Tisk\ 11S17T13 Lew Worsham and Johnny I|I hits. Newhouser. wife of the Detroit Open the Dubsdread Country Club. I Iut.501IIS1yy0.DuasS. ills 11' .
t-Pi4! sis tar lAStS .. tinflle Tiger pitching: star yesterday at : ; ; :
lie tttteeetUng.Lreptr Rookie Righthander Frank Shea
,- eat far E uMf t* MlIt. but clung to the lead t Denny Champagne. tournament 1511
Palmer they
S record itandj at tire wtna and f Irt loasea. He 1.-$. ___--__.____ 55. 5(5 t-4 started for the bombers but left gave birth to a baby girl at Florence a ;
haa. among honors in the director. said yesterday.The .
*ea 'T'rt __ 999 w' ...-.. for the top prize Crittenton Hospital. The a I
other things tn tht 71 and two-thirds Innings he haa pitched dene E....: MM Bane ....... U: Musts lleuab- Inverness best-ball matches witha after the first inning complainingof Newhousers have another girl tournament an annual 1"I. I I I
thit; t. .. "'koe bled x..hL '1.-. .... .u.. : "plus 13" score. I a stiff arm. Charley Wensloff event conceived here six years ago. 1 I
1t'I. 5e5I4iI55t. 5.55 .. 3-year-old Charlene. I I t.
-.I.bI." I
::1 t I StrfMk sot 1SS. walked 11.. glvea BP 4. rant allowed only' SII DeaMe. lilY. Xltaer te Kerr .. MIML Left sa That ave them a five-point edge took over and stopped the Brownies will attract leading professionaland I = 451 12 t=:-- 1.1,1
:: bltt e* ke. these batten 5.1*. iMl, t. Vr' Tart 1. 11._ i. hUt: over Ellsworth Vines former ama on seven hits to'post his initial amateur players from all over 55151 .a.
and hed IS wild . .
pitches. .
ft Kennedy .. art" Dlcktaa 1. rUrarkKeaneey 1st: W of the ... S S S S *MO.o I I S I Sb&
::1{ If that gvy tvtr acquirea control. reaching the point where the 1. by Btctrea. Bit krEaaaiay .lte",: .r teur and professional tennis win season. the State. I. ....... I I. I t '
illMlill( lajplna. Gere.ST. I'Ia.W .... champion and Clayton Heafner.the Tommy Henrich highlighted the Phils DefeatPirates The 72-hole play will be concluded 1('_.. . <
r I ;rvnn**Uoii between sinkeouta and walks Is normal Instead of about SutkL 'fIa.; I'''. huge blond from Charlotte.N. windup victory by slashing out i Aug. 10, Champagne said. iT.... ;._ : .. .
MIF5ls. :
,{even-meplttn then his another Hal Newhouser. And if he doesnt' ItUlf SECOND(HI I AMn NEW YORK: (N) C.. who surged to a 6-up victory two homers while Aaron Robinson I Defending champion Pete .- .... u... e&4.ne ....
'(set efcat eontrot then some humane boas ought to get him out of the .bb.. .' .Srk.. over former National Open Kings I sewed up the game by clouting a 4-2 t. Cooper. of Ponte Vedra two-time j .-. .. se 15 hI5I..I

Jkatmt before ht hurts somebody. That lad la faster than anything scb.-.tn S 551155.1 1 4 I Bliner*......IkPaaekrf 45551 4 1 I 1 I Lawson Little and Lloyd Man- two-run four-bagger! in the eighth. ; winner of the links classic will be .- *__t.4.55s et'esi..._t.504

gelM around thet dig gins.r Mwlallk I I 111 I ,...-..d 4 S I 4 I grum. 'FIMIT) CAME) back on hand to defend his 1946 I ",...... - 451 ... WI 5I11.kIJi
-' K..15L1541151M1-.lb" 21172 With the final two matches in NfW YORK (A) 1 ST LOUIS (A) Gets 9th already .. ... orE. ..
Rowe not
pI.-.Ir 1 I I I S 9 W'.Cenpar.. 4 5 5 1 5U.d.bL 55,55.1. .5,5.. title. The only titleholder I ...: 55s4.. .... ... ..... 0 CsFlu.
the $10,000 best ball classic due tiniw .2k 4 S 5 I 1.e.nse.f 4 1 1 I S I
Turnesa .
> Is Willie '
entered 1. *
I 199 4.p.
- .of I Mankall if 4 S S 1 5 -
CenIoo7. 1521lG..s1..Ir 11111D.i.if today it looked like a fight right rrey.211 1 5 5 3 4 Rltrbe'k.Ik 4 5 I I 1 PHILADELPHIA lAP] School- British Amateur Champion who, .: .:= :-::: :. ..- :
Chisox I Hrarirk S 1 I I 9 ft'apheni. 9 S t I 4 .
Defeat aa 4.15, !Mk4.50.... f"_ ...
BlankjRedlegs,40 51555b5r5..2. 45131 L 54.5550
to the
M_... l554.p 55555 down wire. HoganDemaretare L'd.oU.tt-ff 4 1 1 1 9 rorrin... 1 S S 1 2DI3.ef4IslSMesthjr .boy Rowe won his ninth victory won the tournament in 1941. .-: x__. w.5 .... -
paves .._. SIl4IMsggi5 ISSTI favored to repeat since they | 1553s of the season against four defeats Champagne was certain the 147 ....,.. c_ L.. .. S.. .. t 'a
...... ..1 4 5 1 S 4 alrtnaiitaa.IRamen I S S S I meet two of the second division -.If I' 1 5 9 Lekner rf JMQulnnlk 5 5 I II held the Pirates to three would be success. I --b. 9 w4.4. eaa99k> t -
Nats I I I 1 II Ittluelk. I' I S II as tourney a i'
Regain .. 15511IbGb.rt Behraian S. eat 5 aa*, I 9iiai9j eat tr S.es>atoBenrajaa
; twosomes while Vines and Heafner I jAhnean.3k. I I I 5 1't'hlrhkcffBarra > 5 3 5 5 in
hits ohe of which was Jimmy "We've got everything our I. .
1. S SS J"", k* Oaaa, t I. kr OaaT t *
( : JTrlnkle.a 4 I S I must dispost of Ed Furgol. the .. 4 4lliIEariy.I 1 4 r.tt 4 25551K1ess.fl I S 1 7Alaest.Ie Blood worth's second home run. favor with this tournament. It off ava, ita al I.Iajna, ) S.aM I

_ I Sixth Place ----__1M"1 -55555---- sensational Pontiac Mich., youth I I| S S S 2IM.wrta.p e 1 5 5 5 5 and pitcher the Phillies to a 4-2 comes! at the time of year when i,i !I.. .I.9.arf" alt eraaa ali V,.km 9 199... 91.4'> 9jar I* aaMi 4 a. -.'

C..). 4111 U rill "Taialal II' MT 5 with the rigid withered left arm. i Plwa.9 e. : : : 'W.Braoa. "n 9WeraMfp ; ; : .; victory over Pittsburgh here yesterday I all the State tournaments are I Wild lAdd,1dI' 5ss. ....... __ .'_
...... and his Schouxof 9 9 Knldik a 1awaru .. .
George .
eat ft* Bttti la Id partner II. and that gives the' (4.105 pa..5.es I .p .. 1
I CHICAGO IAPJ The | 55555Deaii completed.
BOSTON fAPl Chicago 9
Warren pin t bgs..4.4.t tar B.is rill San Francisco who in third 15.4.54. Masatse Ws.5as 1 .
i jphei oM Cincinnati allowing but at UaU) __ _ ... __ 919 Ml Mt-11ea I i Only 27 men faced Rowe. He champions a chance to play'against i i
White Sox regained sixth place in \ Tark _. __ _ _ 1155155052rvs place after playing th<<; tourney'smost 13 HIT H 111 Tetal. $12 IT It "
other -
hits. champions explained |
u also made two The Phillies
1 WI' ana. M the Boston Braves taw Turk 901Bt. 551 505-21 i
-- -
the American 11: : Gerdm. Blnar' Bane ..118<1 In: sensational golf. --
I t 41 the League standings Lenia _ _. .tIt """I tea- i on the other hand. nicked Truett 1. Brooklynese:
. .
fl.dg ,..tmIa,. I laecMar L WadaM i. Martea. 9dMendianit 1Buaw The Vines-Heafner duo had
J"terdaJtth a 6 to victory MI.. &.-di. Lnnrke. ranka*. Bin 1. a Error: Blte_". EarlFray S. Buna 1o.1t' Sewell for 10 safeties including Entries to date Include Cooper.
TKr aaiy time Cincinnati threati4 In: TMMaiitle 4. MeQutrm. .1...... t. Jnkramt >.
the T..-.... kite: .... .,.. Tlmanoa., 5... run: "plus 8" rating after winning four Palm Beach Joe Bums Won !
was to th* sixth when the over Washington Senators. Rh... 15am.si.. Blre. Deukle' alan: matches and losing a 4-down deci- I Rltehrnrk Ftopiiene. Tae-kaia hits: Barra. Hrartca Al Lakeman's third homer! to takea Clyde U!!-cma, ; Anyway
bM two men up-Frank BaumaAd I Eddie Lopat gave up 10 hits for "._ ta 9rkoandlaaat .. Mullal. .........di1 sion to Mrtjuinn. Rune nina: DIMaifla Jahnaoa.rvnible . 3-L lead In the fourth and go on Ezar and Jimmy Lentz Pine Hills 1 i BROOKLYN
Demaret-Hogan. while Blnraia MrOnlnn.Blnuw AP Of
pltyf; MrQuinn to te r *'j.1It
his seventh triumph against seven <. Marina ta MaalaL Left aa kaiae: 2*. La.). I. I win and take the series 3-1. Golf Course. Orlando Sonny Hay. ,
ii .. to
Benny ta fray MrQuinn Tray ta MrQuinnH.
JUenura : :
. have it ,
; Furgol-Schoux "plus7" despite happened '
aaTark I. BaMa ea & : elf letl S. elf Trtnkla m Bueokivn I: "u
lomes Brass In Fre ta Feten ta Cyrrlnta !'lTnIUIlIM (III) ; PHILADELPHIA (Nt Tallahassee PUJC: Allen DeLand.;
MrQulna. :
I .....! bet the next three battersitMjit ..5N$5STU .AI I CNICAC9 CAt .. t. eff" BnclNwa f. eff" R.. S. Buurk eat.Breraaaa : a 3-down defeat at the handsof .. Wlilta. t' Currla ta; White. Left aa abEl's! skrSI5res. Kissimmee. Ama- I a bright sunny 4ay and :P 'SiC
t .. than pop eut. 5 I. .W Ranwa kr Trlnkla S. Rita: the leaders. WorshamPalmerare ... V. Turk *. lit l/oila I. BMW ealla .. 4S111Allw11bI.ei. 11134 David Johnson. third .
better SS.s 55IS elf l.. ........ . ": w ea : inning of the wrnnei f
..,. ,.,,ts. .e, Y... lit 3iIs..aM.w Sills t S la I..I err. Befit I I* .I.1 I next eff Mnnrrirf 1. eff Weralnff I. nff Zaldak. !. off Run.U.of I I 5 5 t."',--.If. 4 I 3 1 54.s.tia.35 teur: Burl B 0 lest a. Tampa;
J art flMMa I I err" Trlnkla 1 la 1 1 S effAren ,with plus one. havingwon fling of the second .<
es.t. ,, ... menakif off 4 S 1 1 IW.Ik.vrf 4 S 34S Gainesville saaae at*
2.I. iissasi .sis Pwana 1. Ulrurk .1; k> 4 Bite: Broyles Plemmons :
4 .. I C I S ,....... : .1 : ; : I .s.S. : I 4 $ Ii.ii SI Ill .*..In.. t t.I.....Wild.; rtaalll.rltrk: BulkS Brernam tad. LaitnfaMMe three matches by a single .. 9 I. 1 inning erf Weniloff. T in 9. elrC"oorrtof I..lf: 45531T.tw.31.. . . I Orlando I Country Chicago Cubs
I a S .aflife 5 I S I II.-... Si1SMt .. .1111 .Gere.TlaM. hole and losing two by the same ) 11 In 4 1.S. "ff Rreor. 9 I. 9 Ohrewanlr Grurbg.1k I I S I 2 1:0..1'.11 4 5 1 1 IwestI.l. Roy Horan. The
I a..i. ,- '- Iste.W ISIS 1;19 ane balI>, off Znlilak* I ia I t-1. ef( ItearttI ..rf I I t 1 5 ...11_...... 4 1 1 5 I Club, Larry Smith. Herb Srjith, Dodgers leew.. 1Ds4
I .1.11 ; ISII, ..( $145 margin. ta 1. Fined bill: Earlr Winning" plirhrTWeniMf : R ........!. I 1 1 1 1 ".mt...".. I 1 1 I SKiuttIs Knox Glass. Joe Dance. C. E. Hee was on first base Ouue W* **.
I' I. I 41101a !; = : S I I sS.u.fl : I I I 4 The field of 16 professionals Lnatnc pillar. : )IsIICFII(. taipliA; 35534iIs5-2b 15531pp. was at bat and when he m0'1
.i | ....,.. tells I SlllMO.L. $5555 continued to tip the Inverness lirses. ,''.. ..... );. '_.... .!!.. 215121..' 11151aRIk.rI ler. Dubsdread. and Louie Brow- ,
. ..-.. I . I :;:. : s ISm. 41151I Indians SplitWith SECOND CAME) I ISSSStJeflesIIl.P 51511 ard. Jacksonville. a curve the bat iHaujH out .-
S 9 .h-IIt. : .ei ...... S S S I'e. course apart yesterday scoring 93 I NEW TOOK (A) I ST. LOUIS (A) areotc..1 I I S I 'i ____ lUll hands and ektslnssl to* a:
.4 . .e...... I I ..._.. 1. I IMa ., birdies on the two 18-hole rounds .Srks.l| .5,5. ____ 4TM. first Reese ,
.. S. . - --, ----- for 1111..2.. I S t 4 JCol.min.rrSIC S 1 I 4 tTaUll .!. II I I I' II' 'Iwal.. 11.11 2T 1 Meuroiy siapuert c'
total of
I. SSS . ..H.. Tosi. n"&Tlt a 244 birdies and six HmrtrkrtLlnd I 1 Httrlyk.35. I I 1 S 1 .-gi.ts,4tI asi lw ....""? I. stiPt1gt'qirgh I Baseball's Big Six J JI II the bag to pick up the batas a"
5151 eagles for the five ___ . N' 55 111.-S
to II tours. .
'I to IMO "NI I .ll..UDiMif I' lit '''..h_.u I S 1 1 I he started 10 return it Ii'SisbsDesiDdsd .
1. w5 .- ISAMO 5551ss. Athletics ..rf 4 5 I 1 5 Heth.If. 4 I I S I I'11I1.d.lphl. 51
: ;; - Atteciatad Fran)
; I .. ..Ii;;; .. "."... Is: ( / I .,
N Y- .. .. .. : 1u.U. Gesobarl1w. ...ias tami e'
$55 .
.. MQuiies.1b 1 1 I It I Zenlla ef 4 'I 2 I I ,b h ct
..... ... .... t11555 ......._ A"".ht. ",.111... I. JA"_" lt..desrth. Itla't& Plays and Club I ..
WiUat Baae kel> J.tIn.es.2S I I I I 4.JadrntIi.1b I S 2 r 5 74 2' S 14 M 345 him out. the ball gnsng .
.- 0 _.. _. ... Nats' Grace Sidelined I ... _.. T.sksMt: W.tI.Is.. T..r.-. ..... kits: Ws' Ttnkee I
tad 55 -aaara a t 1 'I."". .I I 1 1 1 1 'I'.11t$' I" 5 1 Iftiuut _... I BoudrV.U. Indiana 65 232 36 SO 345 .,
... MOIk **. lIMO kar.eaa 'Taa keae .... KnHaaafHaaaat . ,.-.. 411$1r.e-b 31543 ,.". "' .1.... A_. "es: BI..04IOt5. J..II .336Ke41 Clde McCullotsgh CO Bd Wa '
.. - ..-. I.. _.,. ,_. ...... ..- ',-.l. ....._ 1 CLEVELAND TAP] The Cleve- CHICAGO [AP] Joe Grace, I B...... IlSIllIp.... $1141asn. .....,11...: v.rtt... Albrt.hl.101.. .1" T.Wt. . Walkar. Titr Phllliei 14 73 271 274 37 32 91 91 3325I.uhtr. I, kus to Lea JteuiloEliminate .
U- M. IKftntk. ::- t, aaa. 'Vnr ta lagUac .. Vark ....atla land Indians clung to fourth placein outfielder for the Washington 11SSIKas-.s 55551I.a.p Yvi ,. ...h..... Left OIl .Suet: J'itt.lmratl. I Cutl.1'- 2W 45 93 .325 I .
IJH: %kn v f Mt a. .. .. T'bIIatlelphIa .. Patas as b.nt: tit Psesli 2.Ptrwk
ABBtinc Vark. 15111Pal.
nVaWaaar te APS15I S1SSIioultkr.p 91 .311Puns
. - 'Vw. h. .. Vark the American League race yesterday Senators will be sidelined for .. ast: IIF B.wI 4. b. .._.11 t. Rllt: ofr Halt, Redt 73 285 41
Left "
= .c. : : : awn aa kaaaa 1' 5 5 latted InNat
.. 5s. ,.. :. MMa I. i ku-_ a. Vaaei a* ...... aff" I..... .. by salvaging the second the next 10 days with an injured ---- ----- P...n! 11 t. r Innl..... elf PtrIw-elirS S t. 1. ....! Laagu AmsriCAfl Lt..<*.
MOanV**.. U*> NM Cl -.. ell rteret.it .>.ara aal kr. Lnnat t. kr Meeaw game of a twin bill with Philadel- right shoulder. Mgr. Ossie I If. 11 IT UI Total, II S It IT II elf ...... 4 1. S. an11' I i. 1. w&I.Isg >. 68.DiM...lo. Tasks 55M.r.b.IL I
4"* ... trill .. .. s.. .. r.pIne Coop r GiantS
M >t I 5. off.......9 Ik Hamweatkree '....... _..... ..-... tt 14< for Berena In ItS plt.-k.r; 1.1 1.asIc pausesSas.11. : 67 Doerr Bed Sox: 50
:..-* : W *. *, Mm L 15 *...n*. .ta ....... aff" ('aaaau I 15 .. phia. 9 to 4. after dropping the Blnege announced here yester New TotS .__ __.._ __ __ Sal lit 111-9ft. II<>Ia"'. "...... .1Id .-.. TI-: 1;(LI GIantS.____ JohiMon. Yankees U
I f *. ... tMo.. HOT pMM a -4.455 p. _. p4.. ..._. 15V55SI4. opener 4 to 2.I'I'.T. day.. Grace was injured sliding Louu _ _. tt} tt ti-4Kmn Mlze. oi m !willimlM Bed lox: ADPRl1
., IMS* M I .> ** VM>at M_ 55515 554. ....... T. ,... I', 4'1 ,
CAME Into : KttrmralH. MrQulft"tUN ballad In: Horn HuntNatianal
CkMBW IM rfla TM ITtM S I eNILASILPNIA CAt CLEVELAND (A) second base against the 'C..,_.., .HI ,_... H nrtch 4. Utirrmataa. LM.u. 1 Anwriean ta.guMixe C'V'5PI5 I
The first night baseball game .bk.. .: .5r5.. Chicago White Sox.Dubsdread Ins2.. McQulnn. ..It........ Kartlla. '!'.. Boston ThumpsDetroit Gttntt ___ 25Wiihami. Bra BOX; IItln.r. ?

KaUeoa Leacue played its was played In Fort Wayne Ind. M........ ISSIIMu4..tI.r I I I I t .....ikIip f I.45211 t 45St.is bin Rdhl: .RestS.*. .riiolan Htlrmralii.. ka a:B_Hiwhrark.. rum' : "-, "KoIt-I I Marth.a.. Piratei GiantS_ 20 21 Keller Gordon.. TcnkprsIHestJi. Inii.n-. 14: 'I ::: J

..... JtvUr, tarn in UM en June S. 1S83 5155.0' 151 SSVI-.M.f. 45525 Krantar 1. Umibla plan: Ktapama. <. ... Browni I
'" I ,..t..,.. I. I S ............... 1-i 1 2 I ludnlck: Rlinia ta )f' i i --- -- --.
3paaf 2 S I I ft.Sis-.lb. 2 1 5 5 Ir. Team ..,,.. lAIC an ka>..: !''i_ Tark T. $t Lanli ... I,I
.. 41i1Sr..ln..h 25511Psd.75 BUM an bails: elf Berera 4. aft Drr f I. aff 2-0
.. 4 1 t 2 ............3I I 5 1 t I It,... 3. off 1'... 1. aft ilould. S. Ktnark. set;
)1.-" I I 1 1 I "..........310 I S 1 1 15p Trails MiamiansIn bF Po_. i. kr ........ J. hr U..l I r 55IsIp..ar.a 25505 off B...... 4 ta 4 Inning. off prawi I .. I I.Irf .
Ii I ...... SISSSRp.s..s $5555pa. lag* 1 la I tiff Kramer t In t 1-X. DETROIT tAPI Lefty Earl
.. Match : 'i'1 .
i 151554.I Two-Day err Mooldar S la Wild pUck: KraamHlnnlns
..) 15152 I i ptteher: T>r..a.. ........ pltrkar: Kramar. Johnson made his 1847 debut as
... #;; ? I .11.05 I5 1s55551'O.'wp S S 2bri.s [$peto', The< *-nciay; $cr.'rneY-Star] i'lmplrat: Jonaa. McOowan and Orlara. 1'1... JJI. a starting pitcher a crackling success -
I MIAMI The hurling the Bot- 1
11555l.55p crack Miami yesterday by

I55I 55,15d5sp Country Club golf team assumed a I: Soviets Pave Way ton Red Sox into second place in 1J1 E

I ..E.1 :...,.. . 999TMtlt commanding 35>,2 to 18% edge the American League with a 2-0,
-----1 -- --- over Dubsdread's golfers in the For Olympics six-hit shutout of the Detroit
It. l'!J 1111 TatfU US T IT U
first II'
of their
..-.50p.-S MM fur <."....l .. ftnrti two-day match Tigers. 11E
'4 act far n.rptyrrx I. ItS yesterday! over the MCC course. I|i I MOSCOW AP] An announcement Used heretofore this season onlyon
.-- alMM. tor Brian ,. ttk. The team of Jo Dance and by the Council of Ministers relief Jobs the lanky six-foot
..... ,.
4- 4 roc Lnaa] tik
- 1 far B aii> In tikPMIaiMnllU Bernie Towers turned in the i i that medals would be awarded southpaw accounted for the crucial

: ._ _ I'M .3. tat-.I best performance for the OrI I henceforth to Soviet athletes who odd game of the series as'

WATERPROOFS! : LM4an4'..mr:. r.... KUBI_ kattad_ ,._: Fain ttt."fedrr t ttl-J.If lando team by taking; eight and I set national and international Boston supplanted the Tigers in'' BUTIIEQnater

In.._ rack. _... Twn-kw ktta. : Mafe a half points from MCCTs! Sam I! records appeared yesterday to the runnerup spot.
.....1. .....*. MttrkHI. ,,__ kit: Mcfmkr Anderson and Joe Richardson ;i have eliminated the last technical Johnson besides checking De

WITH 10 YEAR GUARANTEE! >.lir Hoa>: a B.nrn.a.<_: 55d.I. (Virann arrtrm:t* __. _Dee-. who got a half point. I obstacle to Russian participation troit's offensive. slapped out three

,.- M So4ar; M.,..... t* Film Jonat t. Codrrn L. Lyons \and Jake Zorian also in next year's Olympic Games. singles himself to drive in one
I Fain 111 Left M ka.n: PklladalvhUCTaalan4 I. .
got an even break for Dubsdread lofted
.. BaMa aa kalla aft Gattal 1. a"I" -. 1. art Flora. 4. aft ..*. ; in their match against George Marino Favored Over homer into the upper left
,.t. INtUL.MJ.STtC los 14.4 1\. .......It IesiMties .". all I. Wrack _: kr Gata .. Ioy Utaphana 1. Nickles and Paul Nasarallah. Each a Bos-
k* Flnraa) .. W Lanwm x. HlU: aft Flora. T IsS : Paterson field deck off Al Benton for
........... I5 M .a' Mr* .! II.<.)... ltI..I1.....' s.dIwrisi 1.t ..*.... art" C< la I.t. art ataphana < In I. aft Lanwa I ,. S.lantn points. j GLASGOW
\ API The odds
.1 ..., tile Metl' ...1.. were .
eci4. .
u trr. ''. >4IHrt: Fkwaa. L.stai pltchr* Getlel.t'.u.a .
Miami's Herb Jones turned In 5-4 yesterday against Jackie Paterson BOSTON CA, I DUIIOIT CAt
Bafw. Baaunel ruurtlla. .
o.d I&? 'r'v 'H't brisk .)... tins kc.*7 .*) k.u ,.1" an T. the best round of the day a three I 1 retaining his world flyweight .bkS.l. .45311PesSy. .brSslI14M..rf4illILkeg AND RUST ILlM.NATOa

..*.... .II.. .Is ....,14 .. ..it'it" prnesrs 'II"" It PHILADflPNIA SECOND(A> | SAME CLEVELAND (A) under par 69. fashioned from -a championship Wednesday ... 1 I I 1 3.Ibt..Ib" I I I 1 S .
.. .515.1 MrS.. 3435. i in a twice-postponed title bout] WIIII.esJf4IIlS1kltI..I! . I (DOC JM "...... )
If.ki tU | .114 ...f. l Us w... It sill sot b.csms WC.kitf' I S 2 S 5M11'WS.if' 9949 i I noarrlk 4 5 5 I Jllletl.3b I I 1 5 1Me. .l,
I against Hawaiian .
I'55I4. challenger Dado ...ifJnna 4 I 1 I "ullt'.rf I S I S5 1 gi$' scale and ruse from co eIM f *.*
b..n' crxl 41211'Mttcb.U.It 41145ItMLI
st *.... its M4 .
at ? ttwp.rsl. ,. ( l11SIaSIass.ib. 411114 Army Net Tourney Marino. i >.ll" 111111F.tm.r': f 45585pp.1.lb tem.Keepi' water crH.-c"'U! .
............ 41154W.bb.25" . 1557
FuLlS 4 5 5 9 1 4 111 1I i A siege of bolls, which caused
I 9 .1:__." I 1115 Will I i Tartbrttl.eTout. 4 5 I 4 2bM'rbseks' I I S I I keeps block clean ,.,eActtM bass
Tuesday postponements from June 11 andi
O55O4MO 41555 55is. ...hl 4 5 5 4 2G-.2b' 4.1 I 4 1S.4.1b 1.55.55.p 31154wIt.e 15512 transfer.
55y npste, INSUL- I 1 IIsLes.
4SS114..rb 45151NajsUt.Ib i July 9. and the fact Paterson will -. t.
MASTIC t..... .. .l 41$1l2.oas.e 45125C.4ssp WASHINGTON API The first.!j have 1555siWbIt. Adopted by thousands of fleets advertised i ta BUS
ctM r tCM ic M the *.>, "' lbs I SSSSWtflta.. I.. I I I of 62 Army players from commands ;'| to fast this weekend to get I .'. I 5 I S I COMMERCIAL

lest lest .Is ,..j, .Istt cmt! C..**.. a 10,.., ....r..'.d! ..... 1ISs 9 .._... 25555 overseas and in the United down to the 112 pound limit have ---- ----- TRANSPORTATION.
........ I S S 9 9| caused him to decline in the favor n Ilt 21 lit! Tolalie 11" 9 17 CAR JOURNAL, FLEET OWNER.
1 It's ........ .....' "... 151551. States began arriving in WashIngton -,trark eat for -t.. .. its .
c...*..... I yesterday for the 1947 I i I of the betting market. He was (rounded set for "wets t. nkBMIM Packaged in sales! pulling traaspareM
... ---i _____ I originally a 5-4 favorite to hold ___ __ ___ ..t.-2 container. Broad profit margin.
.a1. .. .. Army championship tennis tour- _ __ ..*. tt tea-9Errm
.. Vault M II14 51| 'I. SS IIIt IT t' I Detralt' -
the he from Peter Other U.S.
crown won De-Sealers patented.
.. Butler are
-1ta4 art far Cataaua la 4tkk nament July 15-19. : _.. Rum batted la: PIM.itie. J*aaoa. -
\ ] -a.,n4 avt fat "..... I. tik The tournament determinethe Kane in 1943.Chisox Twa-kaie. kit Lake. Howe m> PIMxiMvHauWa and foreign patents pending. :
11; \ ..
9634 tj11 "Za: ?biIs4.404 51112SS5S--4 plan: Jahnaaa TMerr Joan. Union
C15ta0 __ -__- -___ -_ ttt tit to Army champion and also pro t* Laka; l.-krta Webb la ("001......... I-rfl ea
rSULMASrA( La..: Boat kaltad ..: Jaaat. Maiaakl. vide selection of a 10-man team .bun: Boaua 4. Retralt T. Ba_ aa kilt: .4"
,"' |....... cu .... ....1-* Boodnaa. for Nurse Injuries ...-. S. aft Bralaai 1. art "101.. L mrark
HiSVL-MASTU I.... Tna-kaw klta: G-.4... ...,.."". BI.... z.TkraakaM an Army-Navy encounter beginning eat: kr Johnaon S. .F BMTM z. .by Wfclta L .-
CO. \ 5...: ....1_ Hoar ...': Ednarda.9acrtftr July 26. CHICAGO LAP] The Chicago HIM: elf fiestas It I. a ,_.... alt "101'.
*; wuha. DaaMa n4aja Gwm a. Kok- WHite Sox will hac. to get alone t la 1. Lailnc pttrhvr: _... 1'rnftn: Rat.FaMreUa. .
.... ..... M Ha Jar 15 Koaar; c..rda. t. Bomraaa "ftaauaara" and Hurlaj Time: 1:47.
Of CENTRAL FLMttA M .....-. Laft aa ..-: PklladalphU *. V1T NAMES COACH without Jack WalUesa. regular
.A. ......... 9. Baar aa aaHa: aff WUlla !. act MONTGOMERY W. Va. lAP] left fielder and Cass Michaels, l\IOTTR.UIIRISH TITLIST I BAILEY MOTOR EQUIP. CO. INC.

33 L Marks St.. Orlando. Ho. ....... .I rwlmm I. k.* ...t..an.". 1.KMajaa kr' .....L..stress 1. kv sea rariauehn-: by Wlllla Pres. XL J. Horsch of West Virgi- youth fol second baseman. during DUBLIN rAP Tony Mottram,f ,

lIes: art" latoaua t la 1 1__ art WUlla 9la nia Institute of Technology an- the New York'series opening British Davis Cup player,. yester-!
4 S S. art" liarua 4 ta .. aff" Klleaua 1 ta nounced yesterday the appoint here today with a double-
4 I.S. aff CknawaAar IMS. Wlaniac BIMMTKliaaua : day won the Irish Men's, Singles 78 N. GARLAND PHONE an6
...la< ptlrkar: ....... t maina: .aaa1 ment of Charles Hockenberry as header. Tennis Championship. defeating
1 I.at raaaaretta. McaUalrf aaa B ap.t. T.... 11.. head football coach. Ireland's Cyril Kemp. &-2. &-4. &-2.'


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'Foes at Legion Arena Monday

i Jlf??? for two of Central Florida' most populai. I I' .,/. ..A. .... .

,;; tlMn* the lighten: meeting: as much or more. competitior : uiiDiooT lomet i!lr; S'1t11bag e-t "*"-&-
can Mind Halts
points interest Dudley
up in the Legion Arena SUNDAY. JULY IS I.n PAO ,
f ffcM
program: at 8: 30 p.m. tomorrow. I - ---

; I ng._ !I.IY Kinard of Sanford one of the likeliest Finishes Fast rE-w---e Fletcher Nine
---ntlftU INS area hat pro. ,
, .... Ie G-Menlose In
Inn. |M*' "* **nwartB .*
ft.. ., "hs' ,
rsr"r tomorrow h With One Hit
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ring with ; -
Amn Water IS?.pound Tarn. To Beat Stymie Herbert Dudley lived up to ad-
,1. 'flit a au-round main '0. t ,. vance notices here last night and With Two Wins

k..... ..as III *11..1' Liii set the Fletcher Motors outfit
r'4"."... f\th. lr SID FEDER
ran ., .* #
> down with but one hit while strik- ,
IpL4.fij airing .f Si an.ra..tt.a4 . NEW YORK lAP Assault took
out 20 Blackburn
I ing as the.
IIhiikLI ..
iiLtkat .*. back the world money-winning Bombers OverSainls
from Clearwater
_ *.. *, J+....... flmt fc* .tep. captured I
championship yesterday that Stymie an error-riddled 3-0 victory
lii ...." *" ...*F UMCTOWHj -* ,
.44ht I borrowed from his last week --. before over 1.200 fans at Exposi-
__ :" tion Park. [17e: -j'! '-. TheGAINESVILLE Svnd .s.,
:; :f' :
+ *
by picking up what amounted to t< -4 ,
ntyqgyt waters.. recently . Freddie Caldwell's fourth-inning Tfc' O-.....
...* TKO wtn over Aoniur the entire grand stand and clubhouse _ smash down the leftfield foul line ',
M I >
H5'? at Tata?* and hu beaten j and carrying it home in the which caught Third Baseman Bob \ pulled back wtthni aU uma lii.
.... ..........,e.ta as Pet* flortt.s I! Butler Handicap at Jamaica.I : all-time' Moore playing in close was the points of first place to th* .....
$. $In, Liin- RV Hake Bob I I And if there was any lingering money- only hit the Orlandoans were able > State League hr ja Urday wss
,* *Ip. --n. Loper and .RalphrtomifldHn 1 doubt that the Clubfoot Comet I in Earn- to collect off the brilliant West :, they captured a dIe. MU. fr..
If'JIM. an .. foe*. f'itA from Texas had moved from the [ ] by Eric Guerin, Coest hurler. the paceactUncSaints *1. Aum

n. Kmi-ftftal) wtnd-up. a In hiwiader j good race horse" league Into the is aboard Stymie. I Dudley showed blinding speed ,' A crowd' of SJtt a.v Uwnieht
st ... also puts art "great* class. it was erased com- I I [ ]. I but surprised the huge turnout tilt
nl uly. and for keens this time. He
the with his bewildering assortment .
n spot Phil i The O-Men coasted .ta iajioio v
c. Wutter park boxers gave Stymie -tin the stfbi the I of curves and sinker pitches. I 1 afternoon lo-2 in a )hact tilt ..-
Ui. m .... of the better lighttwMifn 4 eights and the running fought Ollie Barker portly Fletcher tured by a anaa...,.. third OHUOC
*.*...> out of CUb at Y DELGADO ,3 his way to the front after twice'being I star. kept pace with Dudley part by the 0...... lam ftJPt' UK

tfi* pesn < timt to Ray Delgado . fast Cuban fighter. blocked off. and still had : I of the way. but was the victim of was a tight pitching dual .Utlmo*
$.. ...r enough left to hang on to the wire several costly before he'
j. : errors George Pulls and. Rocco: RotwMW.with .
: In fierce fighting stretch strug-
: !Mta i. a finally weakened in the closing FulU ,..I.
a* rated by Ring' gle. contlag out a* $00.
J )......t.. In February .. the Toting the ba k..breaklnrload 'stases ef the contest when Glen Laiphart doubted in
boss ll.M..iM prosperS' of |h. I Ring Injury Fatal I of 135 pounds.-more than any ; 'I Clearwater wrapped the tussle I the ninth frame with two out in
........ lit to a veteran .f IS HOLLYWOOD 'lAP Injuries received other hone has ever hauled to up in the second when Clair Kane i score Red Dulanry from fIrM taw
pee. Itcklt sad bat ... }' ., i in a bout at Hollywood victory In the Butler-the terror ; walked to start the frame. Pride '' Dulaney had auwlod with .*
t torn. fcy aiM a.*.... He has Legion Stadium Friday' night proved from Texas rolled in just a to play I dropped a bunt but Jack McCUl. away.
"t*( (...h' rtrral' .Maflln ...... In fatal late yesterday to Benny short neck in front of Stymie lum threw wild to first and both \ Fulti gave w Vo low kilo
DeLand Red
Tampa and otker K.vthnn *lt- I Cleveland 21 Los Angeles ban- to become the first galloper to runners advanced a peg. Bobby recording his IMII piloillog. vie'
sos.i tam*-eight boxer.Parker boost his bankroll over the I Hill beat out an infield tap and I tory of the >ta.....

... 21 war oM had had 21 $"',000 mark. two games of I with fumbled the bases full. Walt Hudson Mgr. Myrtl MOM was on tlw
I Buster Allen's
..... bt ....y atM 'ore tn th.PA f The 136.700 the cashier handed I ;:: allowfne Kane to score. grounder' mound yeaierday afta.. .M

pw aMa ClM*He and fet has one dectuon had threedJIs to Upset j him for meander this zn1Je..and..three..slxuentha gave him 613.- I "L"CK'UII.irS.a. I, fLITC"R Si-PS. . von I T. hu A.VCTI 12th,..vtetsey.. ..tUS.L. .
370 for his three of \(,v.35 I. S S S W..teor.r :I" 5 11 4rvuc. .5,5. mis. .
seasons racIng .
Tto h ... . I I I : ....... S J 1 5
wi deMM J1f'f.to
won by lb 5 S S 3 se.ii.'s 3 a s : 3
And the manner in which he 1 .. I A of 111 J I ..... S2PsaIkS.et
., MM-- Drops 4 I I 71 5 TI51aa.'f 3 0 4 3 I30115R.cts.2b .
I At Spring Lake came on to win made It look as g [ : :: ;, 35541.Ea..If : : : : ;-.e liii.wtk.I
two aii-rounders if that up-to-now unheard of cash 3iSiSHa&'as..a I IMiDII .IS".r. $455'$
5.. lit* M-rawnd card. Uauh- P.14.25 3 22 1 *,i..i. IS SOS s545 '
balance is the _.. .
only beginning. $125'niI.ma
I' flung BantM e-xperts one By Ed MoylanSPRING ,I Only one week from yesterdayhe : : I' : !1S1S I1SI5.rlevr. "-. 20551cke.k I" e'IT aIM.iaIs.ss 45235L.S. ..... t .
.f .e boss tiussa of ring lana 3-0 ...-... S S S S .4.$5..U.Ib :3 5 J I .1 ... 4I53$3 S t 01S. -
has shot at in the
Gjui-a .... a SI00,000 ;:; ::; : ;( :; :: ::; :: i "u...) 3S1 1SW..w ze. . -.._ 1. 5SO $5 IS.
... .
over. LAKE. N. J. IAPI The Empire City International Gold ; ; r__.... J. S S S. Ramft.'f 1. I I a ".... ., ISSO.La..p .
r-. 1sr-ounnd prrtoiinarietpiaif long reign of Frank Parker In the Cup. And that should be practically -. ir.tlo7. 4 S S S : -.... .3., 55511
t lbs l.. feaUtft lights. a shoo-in because the : r+ -.., r S'.r1 -;- -; _If 35101yI.j .
I ; )
Spring Lake Invitation tennis I' v-al. a T ;7 Total IT IT -
*Ml Uw. four-round I : .:.it... amis :- Sii
pHr a weight-for-age conditions of that Big Goose Kettles, 1-4.1(44 for HiH !I. *, I II
tjilpn- bH **n Hr. Negro fight- tournament came to an end yesterday mile and five eights give him limited the I rinra.ttt _ __ N) tift .! -SFlrtrbw I .- - = = :::,1G.Ma.

.ft.AtffBoMosfi when the third ranking equal weight of 126 pounds with to three scatter- Errm-) C.M.H1.. )l.4u15._-. ar-_ I.ladmi ..... ..... __ ,....
b : : : :: : ..... .. e. ..... ..... 2. ..... ..-.
w ffl tt. with$ seats player of the nation was upet in Stymie and the South Americans : !I last night as his WIIML T Mta: r tt (" -----I .... .. ..... -
f i hit: .PrW.. R.iSk..I. rrMr. Tf._ 2 T. NI --
I 111i4reni.* ftm-tened basis. champs-the giant Endeavour and
the semi-finals by fourthseededEddie the offerings .. . 5.0,4.. PS-IW *
i I kill<: "'wk Ml: : : =
--- --- the high speed Ensueno-Instead for nine safe M PnrilFT i*. M"": tT 111.. I l to K l 1..1. >. L.nds .. .: 1ad ko( La".q
Moylan of San Francisco. I cH .. ...
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of the load "
ISSpound he I fMraffnrd S in t W..m.g rKrtar: T'UL'n
River Forest Tennis 3. .-4, .-.. wagon i : 0 contest. lM_ Barker. .. CaVnrtwo. -,. sad1I .0. ...11t f/IIr SSlS 2 ." I..I I _mI. -
'Th 32-year-old Los Angeles had aboard yesterday against StymIes [ ] :: : i only one Bue I & .pitHm.Tiiw 1*',_ I ., 5ltW : .. ... S R. m ___ 1 .
126. : I I 2 l-;; ) ."S ..- J .0 0, se LI' :
1, Meet Opens Tomorrow veteran had won the tourney in third base dur I .i' .aa.tlif ...._ tor i_ ,......
The 32.395 cash had .
the nine times It had been held customers Cid. r- a_ wN -.. .......
CHKTACJO i API A firtd of 234UMIH previously and had retired three backed him down to 290. $2.20 doubled in the third District Softball ..i p1.'beI I ssm ....... S... ...... VlS2:0S.
.H.nee (Hn-....,* from all cup In th* proca.Marian and 2.10 although only a week . Johnny McManus .
pa %a al tiw r unry tamerrow SIft will meet Oardnar Mulloy ago Stymie had set a track recordin I I with the first Group To Decide
.t-art the I itth annual Rner PoreatJWnw Delaware in taking the money- 7 HITS IN ONE UIML:
of Coral Gables. Fla.. in the and it proved to
Offm TMireament at *ub winning championship away from I Wilbert Robinson ms. sevn
final round this afternoon at 2 needed for annex- i Site
Tourney Today
...ii Rir Forest. HLBtpa pjn. Mulloy. gained the title his one-time Texas playmate. hits in a single game m 1PM. out
.. aM Swim &m sere age divl- round by conquering William Talbert. That had given Stymie a bankroll : i a pair of tal- 1 Representatives from the Flor- his unusual feat WM not recognized
t I ..... t..... from 11 to II. wIll of $595.510 and today's $10.000 to insure vic- ida State Softball Assn.. District until several years .tr.
.. i.- M th* fire-dsy event In the doubles final today top- second-money made it $605.510 to I No. 2. will gather. here at the
7.1mM.. of u kWl w th nation. put him up in the fabulous $600.- Orlando Tennis Club at 2p.m.
seeded Parker and Mulloy will ( ) ( ; '' I I victim of a wild I today I
$-. $Phr.as .t Fort Lauder meet second-seeded Talbert and I 000 set with Assault. !' I to determine the site of the
..... Fla via defend his title in Frank" aParkf'r and Mal- The Texas Terror was clocked ) I district; tournament which starts
in 1:5: 3.5 for the mile I PUMPSOF
and three
th* IVW JuAtar OtHtlen 110 and toy reached the title round by I Aug. 11.
...., conquering Sidney Wood of New sixteenths, which was 1 2-5 sec : Gains Lead I Also on the agenda for today's
onds off the track record.
York and Armando Viera of meeting will be selecting the site
1t I LATIIIRGOLr:: BUJ< Bran .... 6-2 and 7-5. Talbert of I i ) : ; Meet ''of the State tournament and ALL KINDS
S -r .... ...d Ie be mad fromfrtttcm and Guernsey advanced with a Lake Orange I ; : I lAP) Clipping I forming tournament rules.
packed. Hgnt., into a 61. 1-6 conquest of Bob Falken- : : I par with 33..31- I Clarence A. Varner. Superintendent
teMbee f. burg and Moylan.Sportsmen's All-Star Tilt Set ) 1 I record. Freddie I of Recreation in Orlando
u_ __ _ _ _ h I' .. I I Orleans sailed 1! and chairman of the second dist- Home Water Syslwns
I I"of *< to The Sunday Sentine-SorJ! lead yesterday I i rict. will preside over the meeting. .
Association WINTER GARDEN Picked ; : $5,000 Peoria Golf I Tommy Starling, president of the
1 Opens all-star squads representing Lake I I I Florida State Softball Assn., will Red Jacket
t and Orange Counties will meet i also be present.
Membership; Campaign Monday here at. Walker Field at 8:15 p.m. ( ( ..1 MEET SET Towns included in the second Robins & MyffS
Friday in a second Lake-Orange I ( [API The annual 1 district's boundaries are Orlando.

Chmn BiHv FuUord of the Orange County Sportsmen's League all-star game. ( ) ' will be held j Jacksonville Ocala. Gainesville 9 Johnston Hrrframetk
The Lake all-stars 'won the firstl.me.7..3. \ Ga.. Aug. 12 to ; Lee 5 bur go. Melbourne. Cocoa.
:XMW ;'ntlual i rnembrrahip drive yesterday said the )
I ; { is expected to at- I Haines City. Lakeland. Winter
CMM" '(IC mrwiipn, would start tomorrow with five Jerry Morrison of Clermont. who ( I ) : 1 from conti- Haven. Waverly. Bartow. Sanford. .

tram fit at live workers In the field. piloted the first Lake team* and I ( ) ) ( i I and overseas : Daytona Beach. DeLand. Titus- So A.50

_Fnlfnrfl___ _aVAttri___ tho__._ .__rwlatmn_. ___ hnrt"H this your to male a Jim Mobley of Winter Garden i Army heaquarters villa Auburndale and Wildwood.
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.,.. l Mart toward enrolling'.: -_--- or _:;:::: manager of the first Orange team -dd.'k I |I II yesterday. I : Up
.r..1 will again head the respective > GREENBERG ADVANCES
Sb' member art as a goal :< rial fIshermen aver the seining t tI
th* twit two years.Ita a f ant lakes and strearasT* he squads. :: ::: : ;; : :: I I 1! : AGAIN j DENVER [API Top-seeded Seymour Nothing Dewa
sweet been a time I added. : AP] Halfback Ray Greenberg of Los Angels j $3.03 MntH
..... *** effort of sportsmen Memberships are 12 each with Winter Park Legion I I '; of' the National { fought his way into the finals of per
..... u b* wMd together into I application blanks available. eitherat i I ; ( ') shiftiest ball- the Colorado State Open Tennis !
a ...... ,AraaMMUon as there ish sporting goods stores and fish- Nine to play his j Championship yesterday but only 'I
"* aa. said.Ww Inc tampa or from field solicitors. Top Kowboys I season for the after two-hours and twenty-five,
.".',. nsebhng .ft tht ,.,.... The drive culminates with theassociation's "!"f -' tn TV S'ndo\ tinel-SmrJ] I Bears owner- 1 minutes of the hardest kind of
.f an Oram* ('*>jnlr rear annual meeting Aug. K1SSIMMEE Winter Park's I Halas announced play against: Sam Match Rice j I 711 W. Chweh M. Ti Mi
Sag ..*. fr tarn* fIsh: we 11 at the Angebtlt Hotel Sky Junior Legion nine registered: Its Institute star. '
lie a h,a .inlli eratlkatUnprM Room when Ben Morgan directorof seventh win without setback hereyesterday .
.*a that needs urgent at.eatLiii. the State Game and Fresh Water of i i, STAR SNUBBED
by defeating John Col-
and we fare a "....- Fish Commission will be principal !I J. [API Pigtailed
.w. .la...-*..N with emmer. speaker umbo's Kissimmee team 74. 14-year-old hold-
'| The Winter Park team went intoa tennis titles in all
tie with Orlando for Sixth District been barred from
; leadership each team having ,'! I tournament of the
I.n unblemished record in seven ; Tennis and Cri -
WANTED SALESMAN I games. I grandfather dis
The ihnscore: .
I Wi...r Parll __ M0 eoe >-1 5 .
k.w,,. __ ___?_ t21 I" 0-4 4 LEADER Iji.
Living In Orlando to represent JacksonvIlle wholcaal a.__ 5.ii att4 &.*."> Williams .
K_ SAd _.,wtii.Sanford TAPJ Milwaukee's

firm. )handling drug drug .un if I.* and notion Items. Al Roberge.
Plans RegattaAs j j lead the American

Advise. past experience. age and If married. mutt own Labor Day Feature ] ; race. -boosted Heinz his ?

+ Ce,.. Answer In own handwriting.! All Information will [ISoe-SANFORD.ol to The-Sunday The S local,rtt! r'e-5arl! Coast I this week. LtL4i'ATZ.I!

be confidentiaL Guard Auxiliary reports that plans .
I and entries for the Labor Day boat LI
: races, on the St. Johns River at "w
Sanford are growing daily and I II
,. that the Florida Federation of I
ACME SALES COMPANYP. Outboard are putting: forth every 1
I effort to make this the outstanding I ,I I

0. BOX 2318 regatta of the Summer. of[ I L

JACKSONVillE FLORIDA Behrens Will Defend ; !
I River Forest Crown i I I I II

CHICAGO IAPJ A field of 224 _
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tennis-playing teen-agers from all &
parts of the country Monday trill i
start the 11th Annual River. Forest I
Junior Open Tournament at suburban I
River Forest HI,
.i TMOUMNOS of vmsnco 1/ .
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P CLJs4.w 01 aOt S dE4I I'' -
I .QouA1sesocII.i I
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& .o.mtNo I Awuc.f STATE AUTO Stock Car Racing I


I 'r-.5 Next Sunday for SPORTS SHIRTS

Stock scheduled
car races

I:I next Sunday will be sponsored Your Home! . Cool, short sleeves, white

Club for the benefit of Kenton

I Racng! Assn., officials said last I roofing cotton mesh or oxford cloth

The Exchange Club's
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I gram uiunciira;; some tune ago 10*, lasting
rehabilitate Wilson who is
TOPS paralyzed ) $3.25
from the hips down. The variety of each.
t r club needs between $500 and $600 !
SEAT COVERS to finish paying for a $3,500 home $"I '
I and workshop constructed for i Large shipment JHtfreceived. ,
Wilson an expert mechanic. j
LINDSAY VAN TRUCK BODIES Harry Banks P.ull\lean and to Shop carl)..
Jimmie Slade are the Exchange
W'Inter Park 471 TU-tMIONtH: Or......... -41 Club committee in charge of the !

0 program. I
Meanwhile stock car officials
I announced that a five-event program B.
: : 'would be rigged up to start

at 2 pjn. Time trials win be runoff i I
....-. o.ta... .... I earlier I !
f To date. 29 drivers from Cocoa.
t : I.i. Daytona Beach and Orlando have

I'signified ing.Cocoa their entries intentions.include .of Murray rac I 30 S. Orang AT*.

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Bat Looms as; Morgan Two-Time Climbs FSLChampion Veterans Favored in FSL All-Star/ Tilt/ Today

I S(# rtf.r trYSi.da. Simnel Star J I 6 1r.Lw "- _

Srtvw Sprin<<__YVm Gainesville Mgr. Myril Hoag be And i I Page 8 Efjr fiimfoir! &'rntinrl-&tttr Orlando, Florida, July 13, 1 1947_ I

'fie twit t *>time batting champion in the history of the .O'Callaghan

f. c. 1) Morkia State League? I

I.ltfk-1 average released at league headquarters here Gator Football State Girls Softball I Clermont Plays

rsti.rdtly' for the season ending- with names of midnicht !' Hyde Are Tilt's Meet Entry Deadline

T'i ***** rtvmtt !(

*IIMM.. **a MMn MI. and haiHng not over dtstaoce five, r.' pair while St. Augustine was i ihoag Ticket Sales Will Close FridayDeadline Mount Dora InFour

ir**itiki Ma own shortstop Lads two. to find them back HurlersThe for entry In the annual :
.. HHkj*.l Marian. *ho roomed they started a week ago- k Y Girls State Softball Tour-

law.*... trite after the hottest i midnight game Thursday behind the leaden at| (Special' to The Sundae. SentineT'.Storl nament will close next Friday i Lake<>ra..e League .j.

tDdU ttMk.t work of the sea- ball games are docketed' for' pia&
Florida State League's fifth GAINESVILLE-A reminder that
Mason Leeper.' Gainesville left- I McDermott i
; Mrs. Katherine
i hander. continued to amaze home annual AU-Star game pitting the Aug. 1 is the deadline for Univer- today on the fast Wati-pro I irmp.
a--: ..tl a****) week of Maype- I tournament director said last with the feature attraction on up
I and road fans. His relief showing leagues rookie All-Stars against sity of Florida alumni and athletic -
.*.. Moat seem" a cinch aihe at Clermont where Mt Dora
lineup of veteran : contributors to take advantage and
g' at home Saturday when he fanned a All-Stars will nigh
t_ RHkK keep an eye on be played at Francis Field Lake of football ticket priority ,' ; Clermont tangle .in a first.plac.
gMOOIIf ****< and Charlie' Rldg. I 15 men In six and one-third in St. Judy Hyde: The tornament will be played battle.

-" sat at I>*lbura. Oorte Boerner innings--nine In a row to finish Augustine at 3:15: p.m. today. advantages was issued here yesterday I I at Exposition Park July 23, 24 Jerry Morrison's Clermont
, the game as winner--was one of The game marks the first time in by Percy Beard, business

'- t. d DaftiMM MM and to Lyle mention Judy of Mor-81Auttnttnr the finest of the year Yet at San- baseball history when a squad of Here are the starting lineups, with batting and pitching records manager of athletics. 25 and 26 Mrs. McDermott said \ only one game back of the pacesetting

'ford Thursday, he broke his fan-selected first-year players I Ticket orders are now being received Approximately 12 teams- Mt Dora club and a j>
fan *.M Mir b..n in the "DitTrn" ownI through Thursday for today's Florida State League All-Star headed by the defending championship for denaont today woulo
Assn. and (p n
meet by
tecently established' league record a star-studded group of seasoned i Athletic ,
fees" sit weeks.Mflffun I
I iof having walked 18 men by campaigners: in an game. I are to be filled in the order In' outfit from Tampaare them in a tie for testfue' haler ihn

cane up with 1C hits j 1 handing free league All-Star intra-I. OTHER ALL.STAR PLAYERS which they arrive here. Until the I expected to be on hand for
I i la Jj *.*. .. PM JO regular baU f passes to 19. losing game. It I The Winter Gardeners, Ue4
I l ten in .*..uas up from .293 a y- 1 I i I the tame 11 to 3. and giving up fifth All-Star game played since I Umpires: Winston plate; Boell. first; Taylor second; Belbeck. August deadline orders are being ; the Mrs.1947 McDermott said that a with Clernont for sesaM pUrr.
but four hits to the league I accepted only from those alumni
tRa .f UH week U. 131 lie tot Sanford. I i was formed in 1936. third. would be will be idle today bet Ukx* bat
11 Florida Softball Queen
The years first and the first time who are in good standing with the .
nine-inning no- the tilt has Hnnthplace"Ittt. .. Park
+ IMS m f..tr straight I at
thn I Starting time 3.15 of
I : : pjn. Gates open at 1 p.m. selected during the night '
hlUer found Len Goicodelhea and been played on Sunday. Alumni Assn.. for the 1947-48
8:15 tomorr at Walker
the fifth pan.
tai ta of t.he I
sam semifinal i
24 between the two -
Alson McOahagin sharing the !' Bill Steinecke. of year and from non-alumni members : July .
atrtat. and Urej more In the manager Field in Winter Garten in a
suite.. It was the finest battingtftspiay ,I honor for they both pitched veterans will shoot a lineup of j 'I of the Florida Boosters and 1 I games. I night game sponsored by. the

of tht season to dateLeatga . against Palatka the former getting '! -old-timers" against Grover FSL All-Star Game LineupsROOKIE Student Aid organizations. j . Winter Garden Lions (Ieb.

aet .ail..ital slide credit for the 7 to 1 decision Hartley's. rookies that boast a I Alumni Assn., dues are payable 'Don Murray, red I II Leon Shepherd's Apopka w9!

.... Itlli plate fwiltoi.rd ,. having two thirds pitched the first four and was'' .283 stick average while hartlay's ALL-STARS I VETERAN ALL-STARS to the University of Florida I erstwhile leaden of the 18-iA'
I eof..d Ik* ertllra f. the. the victim.' Innings. Leesburg crew b aggregating a .%76anr.ee. Burke. Gainesville. 3b .282 f Judy. St. Augustine 2b .311 Alumni Assn, and it is pointed I Manager, Handed circuit and only a game a no <
The .
ffal.5 wets la .er..4| ....... bit Red batting edge and Stillwell. St. Augustine'c .283 Ii out that ticket orders receivedby half out of first place travel ','

!.. we***) at., a4 were .trad.,., a..league Unlaney reeerd*>f far Gainesvilletied chances favorites experience to makes the the exhibition.veterans Thorpe Gainesville rf .287 'I Wilkes, St. Augustine, 3b .264 the Athletic Assn. will not ; Stiff $100 Fine Ocoee to fare the nroUi.p:*. t
Braziel. Orlando If
let .... fats a* rich halters. handled. cop .294 Hoag Gainesville cf .355 receive priority. rights until Ocoee Cardinal;
by a catcher when he ,
M4 so.rsle.h the 'u that f1T. accepted 17 Southpaw Tommy Hyde of Orlando Vega. DeLand. ss .295 Lake Sanford. rf .278 I certification of the alumni I GAINESVILLE [APJ Don MUT- Umatilb hottMt tears 1ft.Mr!

.. their Area were Mlllag. JJr assists for tl patents chances and four ; a 13-6 winner, will open Throop Orlando. cf .282 Perez. DeLand. Ib .277 member's good standing Is made (" ray. Sanford manager and second league the pact two weeks s :th!

twltee. without goes />
Good. Leesburg. .222 *
..r. The old mark was set i while Tom Callaghan of Gaines- Zander. Daytona. Ib .284 ss t suspension Florida State
Tb.il4.y -UM the were |I. Aug. 21 131 Danson Palatka. 2b .208 Karpmski. St. Augustine, If .277 orders from other day i Tavarea to meet the eight -ph"! f
by McttllUam rlUe\ who had a 9-8 record through Ticket persons League Pres. Al Combs said here
.slttk.) pure In stsBdliu, had .t U.t.... Waddell .275 I and Bulldogs.The .
2 DeLand. c that alumni in good standing
Ihursday. will start for the rook-
,,'dnwd ,,.. flnl. flllh Urta Club Average .283 | yesterday. fourth gaaae feature a
The week found St. Athletic Assn. contributors will be
i tallta' lerafes.. aM had Augustine i ies.League Club Average .276 Hyde Orlando. Ihp W12 L6 I Combs said he was imposing the clash between fifth-place Zrit."O
and Gainesville each winning six accepted at any time and filled ,
*tr*>t>ai tl ..fheir last M officials do not expect O'Callaghan, G'ville, rhp W9 L8 I' penalty for Murray's conduct dur and last-place Eostts at Ze..4.
gas**. TW Fnea ..*, eight ant out ef eight lames: Orlando taki i an attendance today that will Theobold. Palatka. Utility .330 after Aug. 1 frpm the general tick I inga Sanford-Daytona Beach The tttluISM*.

ef c*.* d ic the .eea, Ing five of flht. Sanford four of exceed<; the 1939 classic's gate of Leiphart G'ville. Utility .281 Leeper G'ville flip W5 L5 et stock which remains after all J contest in Daytona Beach June 28. T.... W L....*. T.MMt. W t k.
t six Palatka five of nine: DeLand Fultz. G'ville. W14 1.5 priorities have been served. ; Dor U S TM4MMMH* .e
Oaten... 1,500 at Sanford. but anticipated. Alonzo. DeLand. rhp W9 L3 rhp I Combs would not elaboratae Clermont M 7 .OBTW fr* i 16 10; ter
rapped a 13 Iame four out of seven: Daytona losing i fore than the 2,300 fans who witnessed Juan Perez DeLand, Ihp Wll L10 i Bumgarner, L'burg, rhp W12 L5Rollins on charges against llurr&y.saying W Garden 1M' SeDTs *M* a , EM
f 1J1ft1UqI *tre k by mortal tntofor six out of seven and Leesburg sufficient j Apopka M S ..ajaiOiiiis 4 I I' ...
lasj "I and
j: the 1940 contest. Ralph Perez, DeLand, Ihp Wl LO Behrens Eastern have good ...
l tint "'" a day. only to drop Ins eight of nine. i Several minor league officials Net StarIn reasons mainly concerned Za wood n: tasujMin 1 I. ,.

i ..- .At. 1 najor league scouts and old-time IT WAS CALLED POONA with conduct detrimental to

I"fI. .I3tlNat "..,. elir "un artsasf1 rsa wn saris's TNUMBAT jotr i* Ii I IL ball players will be among the The game now known as' bad- Finals Junior ChampionBROOKLYN II basebalL"

pa rMIM1 r as. a A a .. .. as 11 N. .MS.TM .Laoe., ,....,. apcct I tors. : I,minton was called poona when it I: Jersey AP] Buddy Behr- Murray's fine was the second

7 te _ : :: = :: t: : : : : = : 5a 631 3 In the event of rain today. the' was introduced and generally I I MAPLEWOOD, N. J. [AP Betty : ens of Fort Lauderdale Fla. swept I $100 penalty imposed on a Florida
A feM pa Sims MI = I came will be postponed until next I played in India many centuries Rosenquest of Rollins College I. past Sidney Schwartz of Brooklyn I State League player within three
M4 ,
IM 4M ... at M III SM. SI Ml aeT 27I 2111'' 2 Sunday. :ago. i in straight sets yesterday 6-4,6-4, I weeks. Dave Burke, Gainesville
5 1 .. II aaa .
aS JJ M3tl 2tS I seeded number one and Mrs. Betty
I ** third baseman drew a similar jolt
fF N M6 166 1ft .211' I. 7-5 to capture the Eastern Junior
I i MstHMM 1 jraiMi4 a .a* .!II! Hulbert James of Miami Fla.. Tennis Singles title at Poly Prep. I from the league prexy for "obscenelanguage'
IM .. .
J Is *i M lilt. at ... .JItM '
_--, tit $4 ie I M H MT. M SW 111 .u.u I seeded number two, won their Schwartz and Berney Segal of to fans in Sanford.

..4 ...... a L .... 5. Major League Averages semi-final round matches in the I, Tampa. Fla. then teamed up to I,
.. ..
c. ** p. 4 t .* LM.) ... MRS. RAWLS WINS
e1 e1 ...... .... New Jersey State Women's Tennis win the Junior Doubles crown by I
I'. . i. t ka Ml 144 .-* N .tit I II I, PHILADELPHIA TAP! Second-
= 1-' ......... till tlm lM* 11 .*4. ,... ,5_. MIp .1e1M. ,._ played. lug a The. raeeri helev. include'..... ,lay.*< July S i singles championships yesterdayand downing Behrens and Gerald Mon-
..MM ---N .. I I..s ..SIM MT rM TM.SHIM II eu : NATIONAL LEAGUE CLUB BATTING AMERICAN LEAGUE CLUB BATTING will play today for the title. salvatge of Coral Gables Fla., 46. I seeded Mrs. William Rawls of i NOW Ai
_ A" 7hW -- ** IM .7I1 .'12'' Clek' a Ak II. M n.. HP MM I Sk Pet. I Club 0 Ak H H 2k 3k HP Rkl Sk. ..d.1 Philadelphia upset top-ranked $244 0
P. t-- .. "I" 45.er1M S WB ..* IM Tl* 41 .*4* 11' Tark II ISM MT Ml 14 14 11 IIS 17 .2771leena I New' York Tl 2173 387 '13. t13 31 51 348 11 .%1! I Miss Rosenquest defeated Mrs. 6-3. 6-4. 6-2. I LOW AS DeL
, RE ....... >*U *44 l" ITa 41 .*MS| Tl 1311 331 Ml 111 11 IT 111 31 .Irotayu 2778 Cleveland 14 2173 283 SSS IS 17 SI :41 II .%55 : Jacques Hunt Fischer of Glen The boys' championship also I i| Mrs. Frank Kovacs of Oakland.
'! -0 --_.. N Pi0t6 ,_ life '*' ifs II* .. m ) I 71 1441 SSS 143 111 M 42 38 31 .283.Tl Detroit 71 237 2">3 578 14 2* SI 261 IS 218Boaton i iI Ridge 6-4. 6-1 and Mrs. James went to Florida when Richard Hol- Calif., yesterday to capture the
....n1,1, tTT IM Ml TM M tit 'wtL. ISM S3S M7 111 IT M 38 27 .M2Tl 72 243 33* 597 88 2* 47 31* 18 :2rhteav < I vacated title in. the Middle States
---- ,',Sur.b IUS 31* .:T 14 21 *T 311 11 .13* I 74 248 tit ane '4 23 IS 1'7 4* .143Phila. I Ii took the measure of Nina Irwin of royd of Delray. Fla. survived a ClARENCE A. JOHNSONMoroa
p lJtVI.V4L tl*'fM I Mil. _14 IMS 2M 133 It* U 18 171 1* .*57 73 1411 281 SOI IM 22 M 2o IS 111Wash. New York 6-4 10-8. strenuous first set battle to defeat Women's Grass Court Tennis
\ 11. .* kenar S* *r per* ea. "'....1. 73 24.4 32T 137 1'1'1 48 14 17 .2MMrar i 50 128 111 S34 55 21 2* IM It :24* i : championships.Babe SKRTKE1MT
Duck Season eetleal Tin* (' T2 1M3 KH III 1T IT 21 251 11 .23:* I lilt. Louie 88 222 273 SM .1 IS 44 154 3* .%31 Jerry Slobin of Hartford. Conn., N. n..ee Itff
r eww.SM S Ak. aTl N .. M DM w k w k "[ I 9-7 61.Piet Orsan
114M a.... ,.. .. n II It ant .351I j NATIONAL LEAGUE CLUB FinDINg AMERICAN U'AG CLUB FIELDING I'' Western Amateur Golf/ Ruth once pitched 29 'consecutive !
I' "AutborlMd (sent ., DuJar'
;-'L" ..... M w a 1& t IT 11 .ail Skis' a PO A LOP PC.', Club 6 PO A E DP PC : *
t. Pd M ItI 5 1 .11 M3 WI tS. ..... 73 1MT 111 SI 13 .M* Cleveland 14 18M 137 S' I! Meet Opens TomorrowDES scoreless innings. -- -- ---
..... L--. S. U ". I *' .SM .lit Mla4etpkU __ T4 11 IIS M 13 ,*78iie I New lark 74 ISIS! Tit 48 71 ,'..I Winner At
) --. .... N M1 tT w i I$4 St4 .SI* I i .kl"ei ___ TS 1T 79* I* 7* .171Ittaewek St ......1. __ \I. 178* 711 53 II! ..7 MOINES [API A fast field .
I Faces Cut NpLT.S si M tae S s< as sit ttTti r Tl 1M8 T4* IT SS ..577tt.twt4 Philadelphia TI 1938 73 12 7S .tBotton : : of golfers assembled at the Wa-
s. ....... M ,.. Y H 4. an tat c ___ TS 111 IAS IS T* .*7( I _-__ 72 1 '4 77$ 65 71 .tT8Washington Arlington Park CARPENTERSMore
... 5. .... TI .4S II 1 si jn ill ("ktram _. TS IK 881 73 13 *l i _. M 1817 732 II II 177 )i konda Club yesterday for the I .
I Natty _ Tl 1871 T7S 77 M :*71e Chicago ___ __ Tl tee .ft1 I* 83 .9" Western Amateur Tournament as i i CHICAGO (tAP] Piet. a little

XtW YORK IAPI. Urge wild ea./65 tba L"ks 5115 i M N a, Itl tt S 5 II 11 U .II 315)11,5* ... Terk _.Trip_ ..Blaj M-rttuburih.174 712 74 II ..u'' Detroit h 'Triple, "., ",Tl.7'-01"H91" TS7'" 71 S3 .erl: the gallery experts pointed the chestnut colt, whose father. Grand and more carpenters are finding out why MieMat' r**l

cluck crop In many areas of NMw. ... A. M 5 IS II S I S MT .. championship finger at three of Slam, won the 1935 Arlington futurity Saws cut faster cleaner and better.
._ 5.4 11 2111 N w 1 131 34S ....1 NATIONAL LEAGUE INDIVIDUAL AMERICAN LEAGUE INDIVIDUAL America's top shooters-Frank at odds of 32 to 1, gallopedto
Western Canada .
nesting Ti.
rangthave Sep M MI) 51 5 ,
1 1I. sassiNG RECORDS
.... '- 14w16 M 5 In.304.s.P.Irrll (IS er MW. c...., BATTING RECORDSIS Stranahan. Marvin [Bud] Ward an upset victory in the 1947 TRY US ONCE ANDYOU'LL
been assured by constant I Iwatee 11w 71 tsI AI.. 3 2135.3.4 JM Pa. layer 4 Ctak 8 Ak R H 2k 3k fcr rkl P*. ( Sr Mtr GamtO and Ted Bishop. ;| Futurity yesterday, richest two ,
kneta throughout the South- -- n a. H M M M 31 ST tfS 2T I r a4c.... %.la U'" 425 I' 5 I 34$ Player 4 club 6 Ak R H 2k Sk kr rkl l PtPc old event in 18 before I, BE BACK FOR MORE
6555 = 551153. 1 1 3* Jt* ?'S1: ,lelkee ......-niL _7* 1ST M M 5 1 I n .33* ..m 81 xwU_ n |1 Z I I' 5 .31FemU. year .years,
.,. pratrve.' and other renditions' 5V.. ti 3a W :: 14 31 :SM .11 .1 Ueaa4dr c.... 34 It 1* U II 1 5 .3X1leeihter W..... __ 1IS T 'I t I I T .SSI FLORIDA SWIMMERS WIN a stunned crowd of 30,000 at Ar- I Eetabieek
Technician Paul
alae eoottnu' .. _. --W. fI 3.5 M It 3 M SM .21t II, . (t. I_ 71 21 3* 17 1* 4 I" .33* B.v4teCM.1.. 46 214 34 un. lt .3s* LAGRANGE. Ga_CAP] A swimming :: lington Park. I Skilled Saw H.
to favor tilts wa- 1....- Psi. 5 M 5 3. 5 4 aa ..*. Ii.IMC. Plttakerib *. 174 S3 8* IS S S* *. 321 IMMuclo. N. Tork 7* 743 52 II 1* 3 11 S* .S3tKrll I I
...,...., eam... Duck Unlimited ......... PaL II II S II 111 5384 Ne '.... CUtUuwU' I* 21* 33 $1 t 1 33 ..321PWU. Detroit ____It 211 3* SI II' S 33 .31McQllno. team from Lake Worth. Fla.. I The winner going to the postat
reported yccterday. ,... :' r. M.C.r.bt. N. T _T* 2)3:: 42 M 1* S T :St .328 consisting of only four men and odds of 19 to 1. returned $40.00, FLORIDA SAW SERVICE
55nd fI 3H M M 1 it as SM .it* BMM ST M 13 M 1 1 S !1 Sit Diilln.fr. fit ... 18 2X8 3t .1 13 2 1:1 .311AKPIIIWI five women won both team trophies I $13.60 and $8.60.
Albert N Day director of theO w.MISwP.ds4 .>. 1'Hpr. X. T. ,M Ml 41 T4 IS 1* M .:Jl. Chlraia _,II 2K4 33 M II 5 I 32 .:314HarrUt
8 run and WUdUfe Service.uHed II 1M II II 1 I* tD .31a .!tIC 4.d 1! .... .... LMI!. 25 ST 111 II 1 11 .III P.X_ Tit : 2' III S I t t 5 1 .31a: in the initial Southern 319 LONG ST. READ
:= 0., :: = : a;: S IT 34I 1 lot. \. T..t M l:,' T* ft 11 1 14 fl .111l : Chlr...._ 13 1* 1 S S I 1 .213Mctmkr Peach Swimming championshipshere I I| Forty players have batted .400 I "At the Sign of the Silver .
reeommended dates for .. 15 5 1 M til ;: I :1 l m. M. Iwo 512113M15S S 21 .:112 ritila. S5 213 :3> &l T 1 I 17 31* I II yesterday. or World Series l
duet hitting to th* state. GameCotBPiMsAons i-. ... t9 I47 M 5 H M .., gal r,art,.., ."17. M 14 M S* 1* 4 4* ill: I H...... SL Lrwla. 14 211 41 C* II 113 42 SOU more in games.
...... 511 ?4I51 fI 5 I. tiln .35 IL Braokl* 23233625111 1 413.311: ,I William*. Boaton _71 223: 18 |* 15 S is Ilf .307 I
Tuesday They were ...... 5M3w II 1r M II S m f" '" SP ,... BoM _IT 4S I 11 I' t Jl.11* Lln net made public but Day had pre- *. .....aa P5352 5 .. 1 147.341 tilt !NM5rK nlwll. V Twk 6I2675$2 II It 4I .V>1vf .m. Detroit ___4* 1S 32 I. S I .3Mltcbell. >
cloudy. indicated that be would .... "III 'I'S 1 ti .ma .,'! MUM. B kin ....5t 11: 25 *t 11.S I S9 ..3MI.s.hNta I Cle-L t* lit 12 17 11 1 T .103ftpenr
T_. P.2. .4 2521? II 1 *. .a4n .tll I Clam Tl 11J 41 M 11. 13 .MSO. *. Wuh _ IS t:8 28 M 1* 4 SS .3d*
autsest that the season and the ,..... ... M lit" 01 a a* tM .Ia' .... ItottM SS 14 21 SI 14 1 1 21 38i w. Jobnton. N. T. M IM 31 5 1* J t.8 .301MMea.
bag Manila. bsj reduced' from those ...._ e... II I" 5 11 a 4 2* .inn .1'1 Ii( HIM. rttUkunk71. 2T4 4> *3 IS 1 4 14 .31Ml I Baton .4 147 21 44 1* 1 1 13 .Z9Pe
lass 5.....4 n ti n n nw :11 a- *. .....1.. f 1 23* 11 TS 1J. 4* .33rku. >kr. Bourn ___7* 21 III f7 11 I' II .297Cramer.
Of a )tar t....... .... 55131.4 N 1 M 11IT m I Phil*. .__ T4 :6.: II M II 4> S* .31IUMI . Detroit ___ SI 18 II 23 II 1 18 .%33
Pw.a ....... 5. 35M M 1 >T .24M 2175thw.1 5 B.._ ..** 24t 41 IS IS' T K .31HvkUOT Bra*. N. TortE 32 06 U 18 8 1 1 T .292Mnlltn.
lAsl year ......... wss per. .S1. n.. 5 Ts S 4 Sll m'L' Boua _41 111 II 14 t 3 4 18 .31lu. Detroit _87 21* 18 Tl S3 4 11 St88 ;
betted 4S days bet the ban. I.SL i 0.' C,.. __.S$ 1.5 IT SI 41 1 :8 301 Ldvardi.: CleiL _,S3 I* II* II 1 11 .2MColeman. J
5 ev N55 nr S S* M ... STTi Nol.w.. Bona __'7 SM 41 7. 13 2 3 22 298 St. loot* IS 14 11 2T 3 S 1 IS .27TVakefield.
limit war ht ,. setm 'rein ten ........ 1,4. n* 47 ITM I ss tii tnM wartw Trk _. :34233355310 3 It .2Mliiain Detroit _4S IIS 2* 42 14 4 II 281 STOCK CAR RACES
...*..4 IN till Tl"e ki.iiUitc 1544 5a..we MB M H 1 SS ..4 STI I T >.. Test .11311111 11 4 12 41 .2 n Tack Cleveland _, 57 III 31 I* 12 I lt .28*
.. thai M 4ar. IM5. 15 .. ** in .* arM 5 115352.2755. _.. PhllxlMplU. .1* 44 11 Z' 1 t .:n 1..1,. "'..... _ 44 :ste.. 5 I I M :710
year was
5x51. ..L m M rtn 1 tIt.,1'I.sa' T_Mo*. BOT_ .51214378411 4 12 SS .:294rtwi He-an. Iceland M 151 17 41 IS 1 II .18i
tray etlliaalM thai the 191 =- .555 ST is M 1 125 Ml 24SI .. N. Yet IJ 'II I It I 3 1 I '94RII rtiUlej.i Cblnl. :_71 1.2 25 78 II 8 1 18 ..217I I. Iii Is
desk ..*> iUtUfi. ..... W 21 19.LS54 7* I*] 4* 71 1 M .STI :247S r*. ritaimrfk. S3 117 It.. IS 1 13 .2>3I I I Bink<>. Pblla. ___43 118 IT 41 II I I It .-'i7FlI.
...... )I McMoratrk. Btt 2T 11* 1* 14 4 lilT .193loet. 1 .... CI.... ._18 1ST 13 Si II 1 2* .r* /
..an... Wle the. II mUllen *fllli ........eot 513.151 11 1 M tM .MT II Botto 542023350 < 1 514.292 )(.1'........ ClerL _II 251 3* TI IS I 121 ,27.;
3.,55 ..... 5 IU U" 5 1)5 353.3.1'S' lo...U. Ptn._... 2 t T2. I 21 t. I I .29:* j v..... Phil*._ __ II 22 I* SS II 1 I 17 .271I
13151 35A n M3 T5 M 5 1541.1)4 Mlt ",.It'.. t:........ ST S"4 It 13 IS 1 111 :98 I I Toat. Waih. _.. l""" 151 18 II 7 S I T .%1%
Bert W Cartwritht chief natui ....-. ..... 57 25 11 IT 1 H 244 .MlIS I''.rornu Ckiet. .. SI 211 21 II S S 1 II 291:! Kennedy ChlcifO _.Tl *81 2* TT II I 4 ST .:n I
._.. t.1.N 3.15151 II 14 M't.II \wtbpy.. J'lttAILL. II 113 31 M IS. T S* IM Mele. Boston __ SI 192 28 S3 44 I 37 .:a BENEFIT KENTON WILSON FUND
*. :t of Ducks Unlimited& said M '". ..._ 7715435: H I II 4)2) Mt 235'L, .....1'.. tklJa 2531205 4 13.290 1 Doerr Boaten -__12 241 34 IS 5 r.t .27* I
..... ,. ... 51 II. Y II t 112 27. 2uM 111. 4..51 IS Sll SI II II' 4 17 :*> I Lehner SL ......,. _I* 2:% 24 I* 12 S Z 21 .2 1' I I II
5. 55. 52 141 5 71 3 S !1II:11 ....'.. 5111.34 1241015 14 S n .Ml 1 KolhmaT. (1k'i0 4% 13'%'1' II t t 1 .2"*
z, (44.4 IS II Itle: I 323 2S* I Ii."_. N. ,... .21 11 19 nil 510.294 I Tulbenon. Bran 27 13; t IT l' I .:7Eren .
I I It:'Nlw. 55511 .2171)012.254 Detroit 54 198 2T S3 11 Z 5 22 .*U I
1 I L.S55 11.5 ': Sued I.: Ire 11 tat., .. Clarltt _I* 133 32 II 12 4 I 31 .231II 1 Keltner. Clereland .II 232 21 IS II S 1 3* ..261Dkkey.
TbwM. 4' .s. Si: 6..Ne.. 1 wi s 14. ..... 5. .. 5... 2S 21 S* 11 3 4 21 .%S3 I I Chlcatv 47 15 T 38 4 0 I IT .257Hwien __ _
..... S54 Jai III .a 5i55 ..... I1 Tks/. J'afM, ..... --53 22 21 ST IS' 42* 252 N, lork. _S72325157145 144.25*
Ie .1. 5...,.. ........ i'WM ... on.... I I''..... 8t. L-Ia M 13 1* :2t I' 1 11 .%8: I i >ah>. rblladelpbia' It 211 37 II 1* 4 4 !4 261 I SUNDAY
S a.1. S.wwb. ..... d .-d IS Ii:* *'(. Terktalker 33 71 11 21 4 5 31* .:*' i Ruzuto. New Took 742613141123 527.204: SUNDAY
Sh.. d LN.... 11..6i Sul1 ..-. A..... Bmktnlemara. T* 244 U I* 14 1 34 .:1' I Berra. New Torte 38 15 IS 33 II S 21 .264Houk
w ] 5pr ant ... 24. .;1..u1.r.. PhI& _U IIS 34 M "It 43 .27tS3 I, New Tork. SH> *i 3 17 3 1 S I .:MSRobiuoir !
- -- .I:.:1 line. _.- iiT 31 ss 11 1 1 1* .:,9 :X. \ark 41 17 It 13 S S 1 13 .:1C*
......... Hreeklm S* 341113 15 S IS .2-8 j R"ar. Philadelphia I' 189 22 (9 II' 1 13 .:3'i tl
I In the report yesterday that as'' II lack. CMcei. _ 4* IM 21 41 t 1 5 1* 2-7 i 15.1... Chicgo 13 235 37 55 12 1 11 .23731t1uk1.
Phila. =Tl 212 21 II IS S S 31 :152Vtrttht.
ducks ahnaea Cktcai II 117 33 II t 1 S II 27SSI -
many had returned to Western tatl. 1.106. _ 142 2* 31 I 5 S 13 .27* i Chlruo _19 115 11 29 31 'IS .22Judnirt. t
Canada for nesting as in the I 1_. Dr-i1yn. 41 IM 21 4* II 22* .24Tl m. Leis 11 2 87 :29!I S2 2 21 .251ernoo.
previous year but that excessive ,_011I. ML Lwdl S3* 3T T* 12 S I IS .271 I > V\..... 68 264 27 II I 3 21 .35* JY'o JULY'
I :
__. ...Itr... It IIS It S* II 310.270
rains had damaced breeding stock aIn 1.._. X. lk 542014712141 I 31 .2R9Tl PITCHING AVERAGES
I Player & Club G I* H Bk S* Ga W L Pa,
Eastern Saskatchewan and 5..w. "'-1" %42 41 14 S !' M .VI'
Ya.a N.T.11r. M 15: IS 31 1* 1 Ss .If II....* N. left _.II 1:7 II it nUll 2 .fl,"
i Southern Manitoba. 1wtla PIU1. M) 11 IT Z 1 SI* .267 Harder. CletL ,_ S 4* 38 13 11 Z 41 ,19. !
Stable condition In Southern -,,11I,_ Plan 11 4* 11 3. T ."= SS3 I Kinder St. Louia It It 1t:3.. 151.714
Saskatchewan and Alberta offInJ' 1..r. line. 178 II 47 1* S 2 21 .*U i I laandlar.ork 14 118 87 M 82 13 5 4 .C9JItotMon. 'r'rH
Button IS 99 87 33 S3 S 4 .692 '
IHelfee-k.. fbltaieea. I* IM 13 2* IS 3 11 261M r
tosses In the Eastern I i Paie New Tort _2* 52 33 2S S7 .S3.56 20
sector I' niukuriktalrk. ., 24 3t It U. 7 28 .:261II .
however Cartwrtght estimated '_ Phila.larller 11 II SI 11 1 S 2* :63 .,11. ..&. !PhU. 13 98 91 43 3* 2 13 ,617Hinehinaon I
CIr 41 11511 31 I S S 2t Ml Detroit 11 IS 13 11 Si S 83 I7otouoo d.
on aPENNY lie reported that juvenile mallards :'_'1. .1t""lra 42 115 It 3* 3 1 4 22 2C1 , N, terk _. 6 39 II 17 11 Z I Z .617Haea. I .
i and pintails already were on ,I.......... ILl. a-ta II 621124 II 314.201 rhiraio _ 11 59 49 1* 18 1 42 .M7Feller !. I,
the vine In size BotlMItMUT. II 231 33 IS If 1 1 33 .25* Cle.eland It U3 MS* 11 t 1* I ,62 jGlileiDie.
il many areas.Cartwrtght . Phil 44 131 5 14 1 S S 11 2oft I Chicago .13 6j 7* 3* It IS' .I2jRtynolds ;
l said that reports indicated ,.>.IO>T. BraoMnkMtlrt 1* M S IT 11 5 S .25* :So TortE 17 14 18 SS Tl 1* IS .*UMirtMldon I
that the duck nesting population .. PltU. _M IIT II 13 II 11 SS .Ij5II I Pbila. 17 US 111 71 39 9 S S .tliWjnn.
t r.tar. PWUrraiMk IIS It 37 1* 5 S 21 .2SSS Waih. __15 lit 124 II 33 1* t. .8*. I
in Northern Saskatchewanand S PUla. 221 31 IT 13 1t :3'It. Ge..... Cleveland' -- t 11 37 24 24 3 33 .64*
Alberta was down from 50 to ..... I Inr. 15201350I1411455.233GIIWrt : I fekelb. Phi... 11 6 7 S* :23 17 I 3 .SO*
tit. ........ Trent. Detest 1* 111 11 12 49 T T S 3Oalehous
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Feeding FISH AND SOLUNAR Habits THEORY of Black: Bass IZaie Meets Graziano in Title Bout Wednesday,

Closely Related to Sun PhasesBy to T Orlando, Florida- !ly-13, -1947--- etjc unfcnj -rntmrl-= 'tar- Page 9 I

JOHN ALDEN KNIGHT RingFansAsk Cards Facing ,

[Noted SporUman. Author and Crtator of Solunar Tables Sugar Bowl To aksi Loss Down Louis' Alley

creature, uncertain of disposition and seemingly erratic in If Zale CanRepeal

behavior. To the casual there SummerNEW & *
angler is no explanation of -

their vagariet. Either they strike furiously or they ignore I YORK [NEAl In the Hike CapacityTo brayson( says

the fisherman best efforts. But there is a set pattern in VictoryBy Spring Eddie Dyer said if the Car- m "',__ .
dinals would repeat they were
the itneral Tff the We ' black bas ***' take an adult no more than five games off the .. -
b1j-mouth one years P* more in *8e and four or five Pounds I at the half-way mark. 80,000 To
In 't1ght., and hue close look at Wm and at What he apt to I JIM BECKEt I pace Well the Red Birds' allstarswent w Champ Ready
do from time
unlike hu\0 Ume. Majrfce we can find outwhat makes him tick AP VcA'eo'ures SPOT'S Writer I I to the Chicago game only I .

Northern cousin. I NEW YORK Can TOny Zale four-and-a-half lengths out when NEW ORLEANS UP1] Plans to a
th* Southern big>mouth does not do it again? I Cincinnati was twice shut out. increase the seating capacity of I
In the Winter. Thus It 1 : Quit
TABLES Can the hard-socking middleweight ; Even more encouraging to the FightingNEW
ts net necessary for him to seek champion put the chill on blokes in the red blazers was Big the Sugar Bowl to 80,000 througha ,
out a new home each Spring after According to the Solunar murderous' punching East Jim Hearn giving them a tremen- $500,000 debenture bond issue : 'r'- '

the spawning season is over. Havtni tables calculated for this area Sider. Rocky Graziano as he did dous pitching lift with a three- were announced yesterday by Pres. \ I.4
passed his adolescent: years he of the State the best times .
in September. 1946 hitter and Little Murray Dickson
Is not the Insatiable Sam Corenswet of the New Or-
that for hunting and fishing will returning to wizardry with a four- YORK-Joe Brtcsl so unexpectedly
he waa when he was growing up. be as follows'with Major | That question has kept the hitter, leans Mid-Winter Sports Assn. dropping a decision t to I
It takes about nation's fans since i The enlargement will improve
ten fight buzzing
maybe periods ; ;
Indicating the best I I'I The St. Louis Nationals assignment Tulane Stadium through the addition -., -- - 5k, SI& one Olle Tandberg In Stockholmwas
monaf natural food to build the first bout between the pair
a time and Minor periods the : ; : Louis' allev
is made considerablymore _bw right down Joe
pound ef bau. Ten pounds of a fight unrivaled in sheer brutality of permanent reserved and ,
Innut best hours ,. requii ('(fan
: difficult this trip however Not that Old Black Joe
sects larvae by in recent box seats and will give New Or-
frogs and any years.
A. M. P. M. I that have : n *
by the fact they out. but the champion may
minnows I In leans one of the five largest foot- :
require a good deal ofenergy tbe first one Zale. 33, caught
Day Mln. Maj. Miru Maj. five clubs to beat instead of one. ball bowls Coren- I go on playing golf and doing exhibitions
in the nation. '
the high hard of The -
activity to down .
run '
Sunday 1:05: 7:25 1:40: 8:00 I without any questions
and engulf. Monday 2:05: $:20 2:35: 8:50: Rock for five rounds got up off swet said. from even Uncle Mike Jacobs.I .
A small baas must do a lot of Tues. 3:05: ':%5 3:35: 9:55 the floor and belted out the 25- Work on the improvementswill
year-old challenger,in the sixth. doubt that Low wo.M have
feeding to put on weight. Not so Wed. 4:05: 10:30 4:45: 11:05 begin early in 1948 and
an adult baa. He requires only Thurs. 8:05: 11:40 5:45: The result confounded the experts should be completed for the Jan. tackled Baksi at Yankee had Stadium the

about a pound of natural food to Friday" 6:05: 12:10 6:45: 12:50 who were certain that the 1, 1949 classic. Kulpmont, Sept., Pa.19. beer even hall beam C

support a pound cJ his weight for SaL 7:00: 1:20 7:35 1:45 aging Zale would not be able to I Sale of the bonds will open disposed of Tandberg in a highly'
Sunday 7:55: %:15 8:30: 2:40 .
he stand up under the vicious July 21 and close Aug. 9, Coren- ,_
a year. Hence doesnt have to a.Mr S* -r IV* satisfactory fashion.
feed often .. O.tM .", =... punching of Graziano. Now they're swet said. Bonds will be in denomination a
do his
as a* small re"N.. __ ..... It is quite all right with the
_ rematched for July 16. and this of $100. Each will car- I # .
lations. Any llttl upset In the ---. ____ ....... s..t "... I, time the opinion is reversed. the privilege to two .. Brown Bomber that the smorea--
ry purchase
weather can put him off the feed' The word is that some of the east or west side tickets to the bord on the other side settled all
and this aelf>tmpo ed diet doesnt inconvenience him greatly. The heart went out of the colorful Jan. 1, 1948 clasic. Ten thousand this without his having to risk a-v
result is that he feeds when he happens to feel like it. and violent Rock when the ex- tickets will be available for pur- I - unpleasantness with the 20th C<. r;-

steelworker from Gary Ind.. took chasers of the new bonds. cA'S tury Sporting Club by refusing !to
MANY OP THE BARS IN A LAKE LIVE: ALONG THE SHORE- I his best shots and proved they' The enlargement and improve- be stampeded into an Autumn ouing. :-
bn... under weed beds, brush pile stumps and snags. With these I weren't good enough. ments planned include adding 12- : It is best for all hands, including -

fuh tbe angler has a double string to his bow. A lure cast Into a : Graziano hasn't fought since. SIIOTTON DYER 000 seats by double-decking and I the paying guests. T''e
Uaely spot not only represent a choice: morsel of food: also. by presenting lie cancelled a bout with inept extending the north side stands I plodding Baksi and his two k-rt
lIMit in the area that has been chosen: by a bass as his ownprivate and even the other pair the installation of permanent box feet and Tandber now have a
Shank after the Zale ,
stamping grounds., such: intrusion constitutes a violation of After the Shank affair the :New go. Phillies and Pirates, are thoroughly seats and portal box seats erec- profitable rematch and the p.r:
territorial rights and. hungry or not. he resents this trespass and i York State Boxing Commission capable of rising up and ; tion of electric scoreboards and can stagger around, in their o\\ a
frequently takes steps to rectify matters. Probably it is for this took his license to fight I II stirring up trouble. such other additions as the funds class all Fall and Winter.
reasoa that th* antler finds that his artificial: lures are most productive I in this away State for not reportingan I Mgr. Dyer and the Cardinals i will permit. Corenswet said. When Tami Maortelto belted
when fished along the shore lines.SOLUNAR. I this time cannot concentrate on Louis across the Stadium n< ?
Ho.e er( kr n. -.*ns all .f the bass In a lake live along the alleged bribe attempt.As the one outfit, as they did on the, FANS: HELP UMPIRES j :with the opening bell last September -

....,.11...*. A great many of them live .ut In the open I a result the rematch was Dodgers in 1946. Hot pitchers can-" I Until 1882 baseball umpires not the Bronx barkeep }.Iut a
These ,..... having a. particular territorial rights to defend strike exiled to Chicago. Should Grazi- ;' not be saved for the one important -, how to decide a play were very bright idea in Smoky JotS
sure CHAMPION brushes his
a tara *r take a bait only when they are hungry. Tbn when an I Ia ano lift the bauble from Zale the series. They have to be em-: permitted to secure advice and j up on head. It was to retire unbeat

.a......, tot I* off the feed for one reason or another he i. ban will create another muddlein ployed regularly all the way along: I testimony from players and spectators j i game at Tarn O'Shanter with assistance of Lloyd Mangrum, and to capitalize for the remainder
awl available t* the antler.Ther the middleweight. division. the route. but were not bound by their of his days on his matchless record -
ts not very much food In the open deeper water of a When Zale won the crown in an Leo Durocher was hailed as. 1946 National Open Champion. something to which the A 1-
lake, A high percentage of the food lives In the shallow When our elimination tourney in 1941 he something in the way of a Miracle: I opinions. : ..'bama-born Negro is so richly en-

.**..-.atr bass become hungry, he must of necessity, go where gained the first clear occupancyto Man because he took a crazyquiltlineup titled. A few of us discussed t.--S
the food is 11 he would eat !I the throne since 1910. For 30 to a play-off with the Car. I with the titleholder after his se,.-

years the royal purple in the middleweight I dinals last Fall. Six Tumesa Brothers Are Pros ond knockout of Billy Conn :n
THC: APPROACH OP A SOLUNAR PERIOD IS A 8TXMULAS !! division was the sub Quiet soft-spoken Burt Shot- I June last year advised and urged
vhith prompts a base to go in search ef food. Then It is when we ject of claims and counter-claims. ton is doing an even better job i him to hang 'em up.
find the cruisers la the shallows. Only during the active feeding Louis took Mauriello only as
:; A victory for Graziano would with the Dodgers; The Bums I on
periods tt* *. have both the resident bass and the cruisers in the :Mike Jacobs-to fee P
!I make him the in a favor to
champion slid out of it when Pete Reiser
vicinity of th* shorelines as possible customers for our lures. : every State but New }York hisi was injured last season, but But Amateur Willie May Top'EmBy the promoter's organization going

Tfcr are SMiiy things, entirely out of oar control which I i home and the spot where his : took the lead without the Pistol and help fill his radio comm iments. -
... .*l a bats off the feed. Escewdverr high temperatures ran i drawing power is at its peak. Kid this In return it is believed the
aM ....U..** d* drive nla from his chosen location In search I Even a Zale win might confuse I FRED STAFFORD I twice medalist in the national intercollegiate i[tourney play fell by the wayside proprietor of the 20th Century

.f e4er .alr, Law water kick will ... the same thing by jj, the picture for Tony could be I! With one more good pitcher, WHITE PLAINS, N. Y. TAP I I'i event and gained the ,,,early. Sporting Club charged off a good
r4'Hag hta avargta of .emrlty.We declared ineligible in New York the Superbas easily could take it j Normally the best policy is to I semi-finals of this test in 1936. I i Even this Spring. after being share of Louis' personal debt toI
tlag" .r "pureing" lakes whose temporary excess supply for fighting a barred fighter. In all.Old string with the pros over the 'I named to the Walker Cup team I him, on which income tax had ali II l I-
.f vtttUbU matter la the water builds up the carbonic add gas content that case a match. probably between Man Shotton is only reaching i amateurs. Nine Umes out of 10- j He won the Westchester Coun- i he. had little opportunity to put i ready been paid.
tram ant Of t.. parts in a million to as high as 17 or 18 parts. Marcel Cerdan and Jake in the dark when he goes be-: maybe more often-it's a 'wise one. i ty amateur crown in 1936 and 'ST '' in heavy! practice. His job kept I Louis' every action since hu; ,,

way nan his appetite. LaMotta would be made to settle (> yond Ralph Branca and Harry'I But start talking this pro-over- and added the Metropolitan ama- :; him from Winter golfing in the made it plainer that he does not
Abnormally high mater levels will chant the location of his food the New York title and the dual. Taylor remarkable young right-'i amateur theory around this city (:, teur title the latter year. i i South. Cold and wet weather had I care to fight again. He has gore
apply and this naturally alters his dally habits. A falling barometer crown situation would be created handers. Southpaw Joe Hatten: and nearby Elmsford where the: linksmen in this area cooped up out of his way to baUd ap ea.es
la aatttrvs warning& for him to seek safety from approaching storms again. ,I 1 could,help no end by shaking his, famous clan of seven golfing TurI I Upon graduation from Holy until late Spring. Then a bout I against prospective 8l > Bents. "I

slid h* la*** Interest in food. I' But it isn't the possibility of sixth-inning jinx.It nesa brothers Prank Phil Joe I Cross in '38, Willie added' the with the flu bedded Willie. don't see bow the public would
wouldn't be at all surprising, :New York State amateur championship -
It wasn't until he reached
I a confused middleweight! picture :Mike Doug. Jim and Willie I I pay more than 15 cents for a
ALL THESE THINGS AND MANY MORE CAN AND DO AFFECT to see Branch Rickey bring in to his string and in team
Scotland with the Cup
into with
that will lure the fans to the re- grew up and you'll run argu- \ championship fight a contender -
M. .retti4i I* f.... But mardls of all thee. when a Solunar match. They're looking for a repeat right-hander Jack Banta, whose ments. There are plenty of links September of that ;year he hit I that he had an opportunity to \, who 'PePS oat of nowhere .
rVrt.4 roBs around h begins to look about for string of low-hit shutouts has sc; his high point by capturing the
a meat Ob1ously.sI j performance of the first gory $ U the time when you MOUld be caning your hires over him. brawL i greatly assisted the Montreal Club,I youngest of the Tumesa brothers 'I'I :National Amateur at Oakmont. lie put in long hours polishing latest example.
et iuse, ..fI, af the ." *.tUnI factors hated above frequently in running away and hiding in the, I'and only amateur in the group Pittsburgh How finely he had I i his game before the St. Andrews I Because previous experience hrrt

94v1rltI. toipitty th* effects 4 Solunar stimulus. But this Lathe International. I is the best golfer of the lot." developed his game with steady ( event and was one of only convinced him that he could 1 )1 t;
Softball Clambake Set I ,
.Mptl.. rather than the rule. play during this period is par-
I Meanwhile the Brooks have J They're especially rabid now |I two Americans to pick up two please the patrons in exhibuio: >.
AN .* .. a..w that w* ..*'! catch flab every day a.at avMliU. ,. ska .. wW have with whichhe
a the best ftthlng day that margins
any The opposition now practically home the Walker Cup I With the Walker grind behind I sir v
.. ... .... ... .. The annual softball of I team lug motion picture house packet
the petted, of that day. %hat's the .roe I 1 jamboree I concedes to Branca whom Ed- and has personally returned wearIng took title matches. lie defeated him along with a week of steady when he accompanied the wri' 'c
** a...to( I**.* thlnr if w. tf..t pet them U ,..4 ...? the Orlando Amateur Athletic die Stanky predicts will turn in 'i, the British Amateur'crown.. former State titlist. Tom !practice at Carnoustle Willie had to Honolulu for an appearance Ift,
W.. .tN fuUL If >.. will Ule the hosbi.. thai a ftane at your Assn.. stated for Class A Softball II a no-hitter in the next ;year or my Goodwin. 8 and 7 and ;: his game at a peak when the Brit- Nov. 11. It was in the Islands tr.it
.rh+.4.to ol daIly ftt.aar rertMls will lead you U better fishing > players and association officials two. I Starting point in the pro-" lI thrashed Bud Abbott by the ish Amateur came along. He battered content
.*>.. If r.. m..eIt throw ,..r f..' In th* ear a Ml trw.l t. lurk.Sunbrock's sIB be held Wednesday at 6:30: I I lie argument 'is that he i is hot finals. j down British and American Louis found people him in were action ;-<: di
I Ewell Blackwell feel Bran simply to see
-- ---- - -- I I pjn. at the Florida Power Corp's. can : : and all he needs is the opportunity I
Bear Lake Camp. Barbecued ca's hot breath on the back of hi; to play steadily. lie Starting a business career and !i foes alike. He capped his showing i under no pressure. Toward the e* d
I ;I : then four in the iin the finals with a magnificentI shipping and .- !-
I chicken: is the highlight of the I neck in the scramble for majoi- I' gained titles in numerous West- serving years of a protracted
OrlandoTrainedRodeo event. league pitching honors. The New r Chester events as a youth when Ii J Navy. Willie found himself with I I comeback after being five holes ; gar strike with only relief sh..)s
I I II I York University alumnus' shut. ,I he spent a great deal of time i iI j little time for competitive golf. He down at the end of the first nine |i docking: -Louis drew $53,000.
out of the Braves that rocketec 1 i I the Fairview Country Club I I"I was discharged from service late against a former Westchester While in Hawaii. Louis recf' --cl
Playing Big League Parks Yankee Valor Wins .,, the Flock back into the lead w&.!5 layout on where his dad. Michael j in 1945 and last season joined !; rival. Dick Chapman. 'a rich offer from Mexico C> v.
'his third one less than Black. and where all Knollwood Country Club where And, at his present peak many was offered $100.000 for two ap-;
IU ve ..." I Hollywood Derby 'well's total. and his 12th victory"I was employed did their brother Mike is professional. I fans hereabouts will bet you Willie -pearances in Australia. The fn- -
INOLEWOOO. CaL [API Yankee -! two less than the Reds' star's to. seven Turnesa boys I Anxious to further his business could take any of his six professional I a-day packet show was out. 1.'a
NEW YORK Larry Sunbrock I it the P. T. Barnum of golf groundwork.
Valor won the $50.000 Hollywood -. tal. career and to spend as much timeas 1 brothers.OutboardMotor. Latin America tour followed.i .
0.. Open TUnf, Derby by a wide margin yesterday i Blackwell and Branca do it wit:I John Inglis. veteran Fairview possible with his wife and two i More recently he has appeared .n

Sun brock U lh. enterprising of the "World's before 38,657 fans at Holly- a sidearm fast ball which right., I pro and Metropolitan PGA president i children-Anne, four and Charles, Group I exhibition bouts in the Far WF-t.
promoter wood Park. I hand' batters simply do not care a is one of Willie's bolsters I two-Willie found himself pretty Countless American and Canadian
.ratr4' Rodeo and Thrill Circus currently in its fourth about. and tells how he used to see the much a week-end golfer last season 'Meets Tuesday Night I:, centers. want him. The Orient d

" y t'f f touring major and minor league ball parks. foot-I' RTRADER SIGNS AGAIN youngest Turnes- faithfully prac- I He qualified for the 1946U. I I Regular meeting of members of the Antipodes beckon. He has"J-'t-
... ataaMun_. as* laooar arenas' --- ------ -- -- NEW YORK 'tAP Backfield BILLIARD SHOT PUZZLE ticing his swing in the front yard S. Open but then withdrew and the Florida Outboard Assn., local I to appear in the British Isles'-*id,
The pmf. an '* to $ftunferoek" r- coach Norman I Red! trader of I There are 63 quadrillion way:5 of the family home in Elmsford. let an alternate take his place in ; outboard enthusiasts has been t on the ConUnant. -,
tfcM *etttr* tnt. the rod** field .J..4 ** hr bets. tt feel InU the New York Football Yankeeshas to execute billiard shots accordIng -.. While a student at Holy Cross I the big test at Cleveland. called for 8 pjn. Tuesday at the The cockeyed world will lr

"'"4 ..a4 II... aranc bUn and a pool. af water and burning .... signed a contract: to assist to the computations of Prof. Willie played plenty of golf and He participated in the National Sportsmen's Club House on Lake some years be eager to see tile
Ret n M se... unt waitfj . Th pool was IS fl deep and Head Coach Ray Flaherty againin F. G. Dickinson of Illinois Uni 'won the New England intercollegiate Amateur but not having had an Ivanhoe Sec. Joe B. Swift an- Louis who fa_or was-coiwH-
t rope .j'
a mi am and motorcycles14a beth th* cM and the bone got 1947. I versity. I tourney three times was ,opportunity for steady practice or nounced yesterday. I ered invincible.
.*. fevrtie I| thr..f h Ih* set la load shape. Whacked on the chin for kit os
through wsflsok. .
Attn a successful stand in Cbif. I Eft.;*
I or outscrambled by some egg
..., Cunbrotk took his neat-egg would be just another ex-cham
4la t .Iadsu.ss S..f

I'f ..........-. ..... ..... sew...4' and football dumped H* U sponsored Into professional the Los Brannick Predicts Upset in ML This Year pion.When people speaks of L*.s
a. a. .t.i.4 t* oboe al Rtav**
Attacks BuUdocs and dished ou: tt
fbS4 Is ....... .. IK. Mtreal fighting they overlook the
a tat af Icon eaSa""".. but thepwbhe
0*. ...,.. ,,",..' .,$4twu. lu remained adamantly tndtf I r I "Another thing about a pennant ter field Thomson is going a good that he has to train. -
........ wrtat.. nw .. na. event ftunbrotk soon broke .P ',*A <*:\' f S I winner is the middle combination job with his glove and bat," he That is what the Bomber Q.--
was i -
.... sod C" .. likes most. It was extremely < -
coaler ,1HC. flt. NEW YORK -shortstop. second base catcher says'
sod back la the rodeo buatnrasagain.
shape :1r'
him to
ficult for get
..11 ;and center field. The Giants are Tbe Giants may not win the
... ......... .s.p.d .isbr.tk. MM nit Ih fiacal rollr ntck. who docs good down the middle. Cooper is pennant this year but they defInitely Conn last Summer after four yc".5
on -
........ -- hH ..... *r stop the tank sewn sr- pitch and sell the best catcher in baseball and are a first division club in the Army. He spen} 10 mon.3in
roa* was for the New
F fItM.. *tIuM sod pleeded .. ChefC htiabesek .aihecrdeeiieh in Buddy Kerr baseball is liable to if, of course Ott gets full use training. ,
0 thai. the f't'
H .in sight
... ase .. .vi.. .. ... deIi Ie try producing a year i I see one of the greatest shortstopsin of Mize and Cooper two men There is no one
Nauoaal League hk-.y
Louis now and there isn't :
7- II a sema.. lvii years. > who missed many games due to
earths in New Yatk Th esrcuaran Outside of }. he will :oe
., al puyrt sod tana "I like the way Kerr gets in injuries last season when the to be next year when
three weeks that
1:=... .w aa aa** a a*. *..- !> .*ed tM to After.rt back home.H Larryborr nk la when in a it" i I front of the ball and I've been Giants finished in the cellar. larger around the hips and 34.ft:',J"N
aaen the time some young
.. They ran .tot*. prai l'I!! high on him since he broke in 3Iize is having one of his By .
... .s.., .i af the window |.A.0.Mlvl. .v his t&49 0Ha .ins things to with us in 1943." great years and looks like the like Bernie Reynolds qualm >
!t. ....... .a* said. off a Mot *.l ..Mi>..,. ran tate td gales Cttte has been For the record, Brannick was first baseman who hit 43 home Louis really will be Old Blade

,.. '.. .; a sV....a tadg sad 1se.d ..4*.. la*. Th year He broke sold on Marty Marion of the St. runs to lead the league as a Joe.It ,t
. ....... skew tears .... .S to John is extremely doubtful tr
..... .. ....O M de.laodw Louis Cardinals before the boys Cardinal in 1940.
,.... matt ai Mr.. **s a4f th* .**ts a ,..". aM *aabsek. ta he ta secretary started calling him "Mr. Short- i j "All we want is the solid slugging a finely-conditioned Joe Louis w .li.
urtai* aa4 **ar ctat ark" ta th* .hla.. and public stop." ," says Branmck. "With that again be unleased to fire for keeps.I
s$ a *** awuM wn hat TH show frautrra B< 8ML a in* Polo OroundYhi. : "And there's nothing wrong 1 kind of hitting our pitchers will hope it turns out that wav-

... ....... baw. *. af his baM.. tHat ta th.r w My unsociableuaarark U a : with our second basemen Mickey j get better and well give 'em all a So few of them know v\nca:
.ooi. ..w.n thmuhi offers II MO to. anyen said EddIe: as Witek and Bob Blattner. In cen- I battle right down to the wire." they have had enough. _
*.*M fca<* tady .. mad* rMhnc B*| hid It aerenda, and f
ta* .,... shoe .* IrftLaitf the slier nicer lack. for takers. ;

N. SSH .* N <*d HwatM Uaay pailwiie note are received' _:.. -- .., --...,...,.........- S I- FOR DEPENDABLE
M* *% boa aa aa *.* from po" *t* who ned 11-000 dea
4eb..oo ai ...... praa.trM prtatHy and We far a rna&c fnd RADIO SERVICE

t,,. __ *.* It yean ..... th* bulk MOM hav walked CALL
Al sas MI a CttMttftftaii tltraM I.., .oo)* were carrtrd-: but
..... warn .red true' nan af tn* ._...bt" riders waaaa ASSOCIATED 5308TICKNOX :

..a* ra to Hit CAM ettjr rtctorr far his pams
er *. .'oee ..4 By ana h* 04 8.... and the show appears
mMed .. ft and was to addition t* the lice major

!:tF4 ..... sh***-t* cote' league ball parks, in HagmtowaIlit. '-:'- Ars dCZUIS -
__ iwaftaa Buy a Duek l Portland Me Three Rivers ) :M'ut1-
.1,4** a week RKOAaai Qu Q-jbc CMf Uentrtal, Buf'fata ;
.... ewi aM hi met-ed W I and then. throughout th* t, U5f 7icK-/
nation winding wp m Washing '

--K---.;: *. QAmt* Ha- O. C to December The 1t'WalkCooper ris '

.. be ........ Ma nnl ..... C hole. show then rerta a month ji; 1' '

Rats ... O.**r Mte .**i* M Orlando rta Winter quat erz ': ,
*i..P4 I4 $ww .dAn. Tee sad Own Harts all ever again
adMif - --- Free -.
_at p u(1II ve4 )41a paid i ysur
--. ... > l*..M wer la artoan .Olr lULL DRIVE petal (f/' , /
atsoheeck CJWId a ... lUb Dtdnason Zahanas holds '
Ii ..., ...*. and dcddrs taw seeMs retard goif bail d) 'V4t : : ;c

*.. was taauunc, far a woman. ti to believed witha s
...* loom Later h* : distance of JJ1 yards. :
. .1prmiii a the. ""* aod soon - --- : .,

,... GnLr u'n: rRoiiiniTr.uCtosf $ ,., ,,:
.. see pr h4bUd by order ot!
Ml tsi ............ qkees. law Hrtttt parliament in 1491,
11"IIUAI*V.* 01.00 paid 'admiusbuvi bek \1alaters wr aubici' to impm
. .au Ace1ec (...... sad I t' eftJIM'DaN payment of fine I For Pet Sale Shops at an Lenta and Feed* Drug S.*re Stores*
........ 0 ..*.. ...... ,trt who I Th cider was repealed tn 1392. j BOBBY BLATTNCR: : BILL RIGXEY BOBBY THOMSON: BUDDY KERR JOIL"XYUZE SID GORDON: WILLARD MARSHALL


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.... 10 a b t &unda g frrtittnrl.g'tar Orlando, Florida. July 13, 1947. .. r J.: M. Lowry Named I Lake County Needs Mount Dorans:'

;1. tR-I.. t.... errs M 111 I end CURB STOCK LISTt.h.d I I Monrverde. Trustee I I Make Trip >:

r ...s I..e.etaR4a ., pnu&flft t at.!!J Egg* Poultry .three.b rcvrtmr. ef MnTIU.Piesee. I Stock MarketContinues [Specwl to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]
Fenn.r BuM:
m ... 9Mt4 8t*<*. tq JArKfCNVttlE' tAft 'ft***** Jtt-** 1= c. ef A_. __________ n'4 MONTVERDE-J. M. Lowry of I Balanced

t.--; ,,1feeA. s8M4 tlltMA r IflaIMa :.:Amer. G Cr*.----.c--: B---- -__._ 39'e 47 1.ftwr !I Its Montverde secretary-treasurer of : Economy 1 To Ohio _

.. ...___ ...
I .. .. I OM A .- I the Montverde School has been
I } -.ntlGAn wrOsl ou'tlTl .... Ig j I lr MAY WILEY
.n. A It 'e. t.M AI!!! .TwonVWBtatf .... __u-_-______--_ 12'. elected a trustee of the school. !5f'1'l"' iI 1! to The So"45"n' r='!-S'orl; 1
re; .. Par N =- rw& Atlsik ...:.. .- ::: i Forward Surge He was 'born at Monroe N. C.. EUSTIS-Non-seasonal industries are needed to bal [Spe-iot: to The Sundoy Sentiwl-Slpr' ]
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jft i it ___. ._________u : M MrwMlkal_ ___ _.__ I'. and moved to Lake' COunty when ance the of Lake County, the Eustis Inventoryof MT. DORA Mr. and :Mrs.
[ I ,
-- M RsrJarvta CI -_________ 30'. I MARKETS' AT A GLANCE he was a boy. He has served as a George White and Sonny White.
M w ________ Industrial Advantages, says.
A .. Acs.------____ 36ts'1' Wheat: Off as much as 2'a! cents: : county commissioner member and Billie .
e.o tae I:edl. I*t.a State Advertising together with Stephens son
M M ..01'. mee ass A *.b.r. Co. _. 13rtrrblM '. profittaking.Corn chairman of the Board of Public I Prepared by the Florida Power Corp.,
MM Tw.Aa..l ,
.., f- : July corn lower; distant contractsgenerally of Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Stephens
t M : KB AMiaM Corp. '-. i Instruction and has been secre- Commission, Eustis Chamber of Commerce and city I
_ __ higher. _
__ _
Mel at** Ala-a gal C* IT. for
J TOWN TIANUCTION! r IseMA. Or All! A Pac. Te_ Co. 112 Oats: Mostly fractionally lower; profit- tary-treasurer of the school since officials the inventory points out> I left Thursday Springfield
Lr ; A KOMI ___ M M M 'Je' Hua-Me Oil Heft __________ 65 taking j I its founding in 1912. He has done Eustis and Lake County "are dependent Ohio, to spend two weeks with
- Cattle Nominally steady.Rost and
: hotel 60
.i -- ..I. ttr.h.. w NKU MiBtaw Co. ._.-_ lliKawrfraur ;, ; much to develop the school. tores.; The has rooms I
8U Nominally steady. on citrus and agriculture city's eight restaurants have, Mr. and Mrs. William Schmit-
\ ....a." etiIr1MMDr ffrwcer Ororery _-._________ 50 1LOM in employes hav- the;
.... La., .....M UvePtpr.4. Star Qu Co P u._____ !$*. I NEW YORK tAPJ Stocks con CHICAGO LIVESTOCK resulting many i seating capacity of 300. I tauer.
STOP _______ CHICAGO USDAt Salable boss ing only part-time work. Non-sea nine chinches and
Drsa..4 e Or wed k Dr'.ap.m. Nluar. liudcoo Pw Corp. 9 tinued to forge ahead during the The city has I Mr. and Mrs. George Hall and
.Nlle-ato.nl-Poixl Co. 114PBtrpc 300: total 3.300: compared weep ago: sonal industries are needed to
.01 J J I" M 4J M 0.1 of V... __ __.___ 10'. highest prim since early April were :five civic organizations. in weat Florida.
family are
commodities exhibited Industriesthat
.... .. week
balance economy.
.*....' Srtnlt. Inc _._ 4UBherwlatWii'.iams rne.@d in the hoi trade this week whenseries Witseanm y.sE"
p4.I M ..... M. J. Sedano and daughter
: UI N 41 MN strength and rail bonds did bet- a of .dvince raised most weixhts offered seasonal employmentfrom Mrs.
V.. .... t.. W .**.**. ... ..... ....., h.. ..'.,,. h 14 49 ,IC NK .ISM P. k light :.of hoes 1.00 to 1:50: over July 3. Sows are June to November would also Marie have returned ffiom
MM* aM ..dlaw pP -. "s 'It JO NP Si Rests Paper C. ____uu__1$31'1 ter.It op 1.SO-2.00 for the week. New Jersey. Mr. and Mrs. S. Capra.
T hniro-or __ was the eighth straight week Salable rattle 500: compared close last fit into the local economy. Honors
! I 1.9'" e.4'M' te!-. ...*.Nt T iron of general recoveries for the share week: rather rpeetacalar: upturns featured The inventory contains a num- Party of Irvington, N. J.. are their guests.
I .llsA u ... ....... -... T r.oid -.__ lit! I Iln. most kUUnr classes: choice: steers and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Sleight are
- its
division with numerous new highs ber of facts about Eustis
I yLs T.IU Coach. .-I.._ yearllnas. including betters 7J-1.0O higher
... .... .. .. .. SaepamM rd Dnai ___u_________ a'a'I for the year or longer recorded.On ; other grades however, 1002.50 tion, population facilities. It points Miss\ McRae making an automobile trip of
l f M .s. t.at4tN. ne 1k. Unird OM Carp ___-__ 17Va Tuesday the overall average higher good trades both classes showed out that the Eustis elevation is" 11,000 miles to the Pacific: North-
--' w > Coal Coke 12)aYou full advanre increased rassiness considered : -
, t ew registered its ninth successive upswing i : aver.tr-choice. weighty. steers, 86 to 150 feet its annual tempcra-I [rSpectOI! to The Sunday Sent'nel-Storl west. They will visit in Utah,

plgasa'" OmJ yt.SYrtd i ', a record since boom-bust lb.reached yearlings 30 50.2950!but:Quotable light yearlings hither 2900 1040-: ture average is 71.8 WINTER GARDEN-The home' Washington. Oregon and take
; can. make more profit on 1929. Some who recalled the per- low to average-choice: l.OOO-lb. heifers its annual rainfall 47.57 inches. I lovely trips to the Yellowstone and
III J. Gwarr our woodlands by selective cut- formance of 18 years'ago may 28.60. good and choice steers with weight The average length of its growing t jf Mrs. J. E. Cloughley was Glacier National Parks. They expert
free terse, closed: at 27.:50-30( 00: comparable year she entertained at
2.YEAR.OLDFIELD UI1% j:Saturday when to be away three months and
have turned a bit skeptical of the j I{; lings 2600-2900 mostly and similar grade season is 314 days.
i, /1"rtt. Call GROWN recent wide push. There were Intermittent heifers 26.00.2800. [ Ii&I a I coca-cola party honoring Miss Ito i return via the Canadian
i Very urgent buying featuring all grades The city's population is |
: Rockies.
EVER-LOOMING PLANTS Best Trailer Shop selling periods, but they I yearling seers and yearling heifers as ured at 5,000 for 1947. The 1915 J Mary Grace McRae, whose wedding -
did not halt the major trend. supply strictly gralnfed steers showed will be'in August.
it at 3,231, ,
State puts
BOYTE The Associated Press 60-stock i abridgment: strictly grass steers and The rooms, opened en suite, News of Miss Smith'sDeath
) WRITE FOR FREE CATALOG TRAILER WINDOWS 18-24 i heifers in moderate supply, however, most I which 930 are Negroes. !
composite enjoyed a net gain of I grass steers grading common to medium 1 were beautifully decorated with
k ROSES IN COLOR. 2233 W. Washington 1.2 points at 672 on the week, a 'i 111 00-21.60 and grass heifers. 1800-22.00. Approximately 40 per cent of gladioli 'and green ferns. Each Reaches Eustis
tXTIIRMOIATI6 CO. Dial 6894 the !: Nebraska grass heifers 22.50; all cows unevenly the total employment is female. guest,: was asked to bring a recipe Sent-nel-S'ar'
high since Feb. 24. From 1003.00 higher, good matured Sic ''il! to TI-e Surd',
I ....... JU' Stl 'H. >lsln. *t rOn Winter Garden Road year's low of last May 17, it show- '! wintered cows: reaching 21.00. mot medium Hourly wages are 75 cents, unj j for the bride's book which was EUSTIS-News of the death of
closing at 14001650. and cutters
i cows skilled male; 65 cents, unskilled her the hostess.
presented to by
ed a comeback of 8.8 points and 13.75 down" ; cow: run during week 1} Miss Edith Smith a member of
female; $1.50, skilled white male; ;Refreshments were served to Miss
- --- was only 1.7 points under the peak very small.Bulls the Eustis Woman's Club reachedthis
110-1.00 higher, with practical late skilled Negro male 75 Mrs. C. O.
90 cents ; Mary; Grace McRae.
of last February. last week. Miss Smith
top 18 50 offerings vealersfum city
on sausage ;
I female. The labor .
cents, skilled McRae.; Mrs. Dal Duppenthaler.Mrs.
24 00 down most weighty
at grassy: ''was president of the Woman's
t1n The industrial average recorded good to Choice calves 18.00-2000. with supply is ample for present needs, : Booker Roper Miss Mary
SPECIAL i a 1947 top on both Thursday culls 1.00.1150; medium stork cattle it was said. ;> (I Clare Eby Miss "Sissie" McMillan, Club from 1927 to 1932 and from
25-50 lower at 19 00 down. good and to 1936 which time
1934 during
1 and Friday but the rails and 1 choir 500- 00-Ib. stockers about steady > The city's millage for operations :;Miss Eleanor Dooley, Mrs. Ever-
, I utilities were well under theyear's .t .000-2300; all killing Interests bought is 20 mills, for debt service, 15 i I ette Farnsworth, Miss Claire she led an campaign to pay
best.Transfers. fat cattle very freely and numerous local mills. Property is assessed at 501 I :Burch, Mrs. Jack Zweiss Mrs. i off the debt for the construction
as well as Eastern orders unfilled at close. i 1
I of the club house. During her
week' Salable sheep 100: compared close last per cent of its actual value, and 'i''I Gordon Bigelow. Mrs. Robert
for the .
ASSOCIATED OFfER I five-day week: good and choice Spring lambs 1.50- the total assessed value of real 'Lyons. Mrs. Wilson Griffith, Mrs. presidency she saw the burning
of 6,097,789 shares compared with 2.00 higher lower grades show less upturn of the final mortgage.
Miss Ma-
Mark Britt, Josephine
4-session of : yearlings and old crop shorn lambs property in the city is 2896514.
the preceding period 25-50 higher; mature ewes strong to 25: The city's bonded debt is 700000.'I quire Mrs. Harold Maguire, Mrs. | Miss Smith was a former pees!l.
I 4.191,355 and were the largest higher; week's. sales good to choice: native Albert Cowart, Miss Jeanette Sad- dent of the Lake County Federation -
since the 6-day May 24 week. It ewe and wether Spring lambs 23.50- and in addition it owes $129,000 ;: '
I 25.50. late top and popular price 25.50. its water system. ]'ler. Miss Trina Stanford, and Mrs. of Women's Clubs, a memberof
t was the first week since early fat bucks discounted 1.00. common and on 'Johnnie Jot nson. the Priidlla Club of Eustis
I February when all full sessions medium Springers 160022.00; medium The city's consumption of water;, and a member of the Pint Presbyterian .
and good 91 to lOO-lb. shorn old crop amounts to 330,000 gallons per
i exceeded the millionmark.The fed lambs with No. 1 pelts 2100--1. Fossil findings show that turtles Church. She died in a
big board edged upward comparable yearlings 20.00-20.25; medium day. It comes from deep wells, and'I I have existed on earth for 100 million Springfield Ma*c:.. hospital July
and good 91-lb. old crop shorn < the quantity is considered ade-
I Monday on 1,050,000 shares witha grassy !!
] 3. after short illness.
lambs and yearlings mixed 19 00; commonto years.
late rally in rails and liquors quate for expansion.
choice shorn slaughter ewes 5.50-8.00. --
I offsetting early cashing of pro- i Enrollment of the city's schools

j fits. A stock exchange seat sold 'I'' CHAIN. RANGE ':1 last term was 898, of which 288 ELEVEN YEARS OF PROVEN QUALITY
CHICAGO (UP were Negroes. Vocational training
1i for $60,000 off $2,000 from a pre- I Open Huh Low Class.
ceding transaction.On WHEAT 1! is provided for Negro students, but

the second best aggregate of July ------._ 2 0'i 240'. 23T., 23Ti 1 not for white students. C
__ 233' 234
Sept. 23423S
the week 1,390,000 shares, many Dec. nn Uh 235 235 232W& 232 4Dee. | The city has 37 miles of ( : rnWII/ \ W

I, favorites touched peaks of .1947 Mch _n'n._______ 23053_no. 2301.____._ 228.____ 22814 231"2Mu streets. Of these, 21 miles are
i on Tuesday. Signing of the coal CORN- paved and nine miles gravelled.

wage compact touched off large- ,July ____ 216\\. 217' 215 215 I I Approximately 60 per cent of TXADE MARK; are
I scale bidding around mid-day with ,. SrpL 198'! 200197'1.. 200',, the streets curbed and 40
Dee:. In 184 180 182\. are 'Combination Venetian: Blind Awning and Shutter
Associated Allows You $40 Trade In ont ; advances of 1 to 3 or more points. May .,___ 178'4 180 17651 li8 per cent have sidewalks. ,
The list suffered its only stum- OATS.Tuly I FLORIDA APPLIANCE & SUPPLY INC.
_-______ leaf' 102'1 1005; 101', There are three general contractors ,
= Your Radio on the Purchase of a new 1947 ble of the week on Wednesdaywith Sept 92... 95111". 93'. one surveyor, two gen- j fFormerlv Home Insulation, Co.l
transactions totalling 1,040.- Dec-----____ IKI?. U 8990.,. I
1 Meh _______ . .__ 90 i I eral machine shops; eight automobile ,! 953 ORANGE AVE.. WINTER PARK, FLA.
CROSLEY FM RADIO-PHONOGRAPH 000 shares. Brokerage clients who May .. __u_ 88'.4 8951 88', 87'it garages. There is one dry i| DAYTOXA WINTER PARK ORLANDO
I had good profits on the bulge t BARLEY-
r i since mid-day inclined to cash in. :,July _n_____ _____ _____ -----unqu'd I !goods: store two department stores. : 3070 708 ""
i n-___ _____ ____ _____ 148 17 grocery stores three' drug i
AUTOMATIC COMBINATION : Losses of 1 to 3 were well in the

majority. ,

dg ti E G I Caution was stressed by the T e. ,.,_. ,o wed Fn,.,r,.. .. ---.,.-. . '.
thought that the technical posi- :>aI :
i I i
tion of the market may have ,, 7bgble

.. been impaired.

I Thursday the buying was resumed ,+ : obi> 1

: I ''I and the drop of the pre- : .
t . .
session erased.
: ceding Dealings
;tt : tapered to 1,020,000 shares small- cmn

I est of the week. Steels textiles t fORECASTO -
motors rails, rubbers and special L a. r wed

toa issues were in the forefront of the
comeback with advances runningto
3 points or so. S 41 toome d
Bullish contingents dominated

t I Friday's in all final departments session lifting 1 leaden to -3 'o .d" Rtyu Pan

3 I or more points and putting the J ?flhJnUea'fr / .

industrial average at a new top a.
I since last August. It was the \

I broadest market since April 15 \ .

with 1,064 issues appearing. Vol-

I ume of 1,590,000 shares was a : P

maximum since last May 19. M .

? gt4r < Steels, motors, rubbers, oils, rails -'-
utilities and aide assortment of

special issues paced the advance.


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Record Changer. Plays 1210" i by Veterans Administration steadiness given *SILENT ZONE BOOT MOUNTINGS *IWCOK& S'* HGfNG

or 1 10 12" records. Built-in Dipole! 1 open / *f/H4fNGTH( JORQUf-TUtf DKfVf f MI-frt/M/. SWNO
PAY AS LITTLE AS I 539 Lake St. Phone 5495 car by good, solid Buicka con
FM Antenna. AM and ,Short Waveimproved *BftOADRIM WHEELS *JT.'ON MftJTINS MAXff
I struction. It could be, simply,
Signal Web Enclosed *Df.m-X SEAT CUSHIONS *CVtl-AlOUNO SYMPLU,
Loop $3 I I

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+... Homer at L. Sen Brooks Diego Jr. Pie Us-' Airplane Meet *" r - P i

tine Corp, of 214 W. Washington I HI Baron mmm r ))11'r sumimSUNDAY. 'r ] '
: .,, has arrirrd at Ban Diego. t U1fltj :
Calf after ?
senses in China with I B1A'I I
the run >Marine Division. Scheduled

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-gyn. I [Special SANFORD-The to The Sunday countryside Scntmet-Star]Is- I FLORIDA REALTORGRAMHousing DelandSeeks Miss\ Ne111eCek ,Miss Moore's Fashion Show Features ;

!! abuzz with the motors of model Youth Council's Dance 1 I

z=, airplanes warming up and practicing -I I I Regulation Becomes Bride EngagementAnnounced [Spe.
9 American for the big State-wide local New Industry : ISpecra! to The Sunday Sentinel-$ arlTITUSVILLE BSACH Th Yeutfc '
Legion model airplane E
Council held their usual weekly
meet to be held at the municipal -Palms and white
airport at Sanford at 9 Related gladioli formed the background of dance lat ai ht m KuieMtoel
ajn. today 0
[ The Sentinel Star]
to Sunday
This will be an aU day affair with.Violations lr TOM PRICE I the July 3 wedding in the First Hall A novel) feature af tM.daar
COCOA-Mr. and Mrs. H. Clay
fOur Own Stoff Correspondent
time out for lunch. i Presbyterian Church, when Miss. Moore, of Atlanta Ga announce was the steels ef a faahMM sheer I
DELAND-A strong bid to Interest -
The trophies and VIOLET DUNHAM, Arvella the
prizes being Bf Joye Nemecek became
of ,in which the fottowte model kdIpart.
the their *
offered for this meet are those fExecutive Secretory, Florida Association of Realtors three light Industries to lo- bride of L J. McLemore Jr.. of engagement daugh-
furnished by the Junior and Sen THE NEW Rent and Housing Bill of 1947, pen- cate plants in DeLand is now being Mims. The Rev. A. 0, Becker per-t ter Woods Betty Mitchell Malone: Moore to of Rogers Mr'- \'Betty: Misses Jane Duncan.Barter MaryPafford. BiC bM...
Jr. son
lot Chambers of UNDER made by the Chamber of Commerce -
Commerce for the formed the double :
1 ( 1 contest that was to be-in con- including a fine up to $5,000 or imprisonment for Walter Lahrman. secretary 1{ A white linen dress ring with ceremony.an off- i! and Mrs. R. W Malone. of Atlanta Pat CW. VUrton -' .
__. __ junction with the Southeastern one year, apply to any persons, including brokers or said yesterday.He I 1 I the-shoulder fitted bodice and a I formerly of Cocoa. ,Ordy Taprvll.. and >Betty TracerMen's + .
t Glider meet held here some agents, who violate the veteran's preference regulations.Since II declined to give the nameof tiered skirt was worn by the bride. '! The bride-elect is a graduate fashions users saodelei rnr.. j. I
COST$2OOOOO months ago. Storms at that time much housing is now being constructed in Florida for the business organizations until A lace trimmed crownless hat and of North Fulton High School, and Bill Paul McClelland Jack OLflB
Chance Charlie Btas.
received her economics diploma
prevented the small model ships more definite arrangementshad home
i lace mitts
matching completed her
from taking the air. offering to veterans. It is.well for been worked out but said two costume., The bride carried an from Sullms College Bristol Charlie Carlia s4 Walt'
$ all builders and brokers to become 0.;
Va. She is member of Phi Woodell
I representatives of one industry a ,
: orchid surrounded white !
Member by roseI -
of the national familiar with the regulations and Scotty Mentae.tery psNtled -
model Sales were in DeLand recently to look i buds and tuberoses and wore a ,' sorority.
plane Realty
now the seven-definitions of what con music for
A WORD over proposed sites. I The future bridegroom graduated -
In Florida will be on hand as stitutes "veterans or their families' ; double strand of pearls, a gift of.
from Cocoa High School and ,
Max Acree Jr., chairman of ,
'f........wil...av...... well at hundreds of spectators. who have a 30-day prefer- the groom. i also from Georgia Tech, where he
The committee in charge of the the C. of C. Industrial Committee Her matron of honor and sister, i Howard Douglas FkderARCHITECT.
ential right to buy or rent housing
ww s -. m KOOOHUCKEUTNEAL tIMeoI. is working with the bus- W. E. Moss, linen received his Chemical Engineering
meet Is Mrs. blue
...... ..... preparing for an unusually completed after June 30. 1947 and Show DeclineOrange : wore a : I
b. b.., N ....... Urge number of entries inessmen and has reported considerable 1 dress with black accessories and' degree He is a member of
prior to March 31. 1948. Housing
4 emwb Kaptfa Alpha fraternity At present .
they reported yesterday.W. progress Lahrman carried a bouquet of pastel asters j
.AI, IlL -L.II ...... accommodations must be publicly he is associated with Monsanto
.f.tr w ..w.......M a.... E. Hollyhead. chairman and advertised exclusively to veteransfor County real estate said. I and Thomas daisIes.Edison Mack of Mims I Chemical Co. He will be well remembered Post Office BWg.-PAoat 791WINTER
.... ....... W. Plans for the 250-watt radio ;
hy.ey w.e.e D. Hoffman of the Campbell at least J days during the first transactions during last month here where his family
.. N.A y. ...... .....t . Lowing Post No. 53. assisted by 20 days of the 30-day preference station here are developing rapidly i was best man. Clifford H. Smith!I lived for a number of PARK. FLORIDA
.... ..,fine .r oleo I... p.m.use. . several other Legionnaires will period. in a'newspaper of general showed a drop of 22 per cent from S. R. Langston Jr., chairman { and Joe Lee Walker were ushers i years.
...., .., ...... ....., .... P" have charge of the meet and act circulation in the community a year ago. records of Clerk of I of the C. of C. radio committee '' immediately: after a reception 1!'. ...
... .. -we ..... ..... as Judges, timers and recorders. where the housing accommodations Circuit Court Arthur Newell stated, who pointed out Lyle Van in the home of the bride's parents i
..we r.. a.........r Ut Wtteid, Highways leading to the airportare are located. Placards or showed yesterday. Valkenbergh promoter of the facility the couple left for a honey- 20,000 FT.
......... ... moon trip. On their return they I
marked with white signs with signs announcing sale or rent to Valuation of transactions was I already has drawn plans i
INC' red lettering to lead out-of-town veterans must also be posted ina estimated at $573,000 as compared for conversion of the old city I will reside here. I I
1MIBASCK COCNSCUIBS: entrants and enthusiasts to the conspicuous place on the loca with $723,000 in 'June of garage into a studio and transmitter I DRY PINE SHEATHING
III E, .... e.a An, location. tion. ; 1946 it was indicated by stamps I site. The city sold the prop- Child Escapes InjuryIn
.... affixed to deeds. erty to Valkenbergh 10 days ago' ;
M Nt4y Fall From Window
plRAXK R. Jewett. Vero Beach, I The number of Instruments for 7500. I
INSURANCEPhone I -F,past president of .the Asso- filed dropped from 2170 last Juneto I Extensive remodeling of the I Iformer' Special to The Sunday Se": IP"+ S'or! "I TONGUE AND GROOVE OR PLAIN
county building which I DAYTONA BEACH-Little two- ,
24596Lee i elation, says utility has replaced 1727 last month.
I| speculation in Florida real estate I It housed the county agent's office I year-old Elaine Press unlatched a ,
: M. Crawford and Florida Is now enjoying New NeededBy I on W. New York Ave.. is now underway I window screen on the second floor
a betler-tban-normal mar t Secretary by the new owner in order' of a local hotel and then tumbled'I BRYANT LUMBER GO.
i 668 (J. Orange Ave. ket for aU forms of real estate. Service Commission to convert the first floor to a store : to the ground Thursday night. I IJ
* for Poole and McCormick, electri- However she was none the J 1220 SPUR ST. PHONE -iett
to Tne Sunaay Sen! nel-S arl !
: REAL "American' plan for cal supply company, which move worse for the experience except i r
A DAYTONA. BEACH James from their present location on W. for being badly frightened X-rays
housing and redevelopmenthas
Nelson, a member of the City's Rich Ave.. within a few weeks. taken at the Halifax Hospital "
just been laid down point by
MULTI-PURPOSE Civil Service Commission said The :Music! Box, now located i!' failed to reveal any broken bones.
Execu- __
I point by Dr. Joseph Seay. yesterday that'the group will seeka U
tive Director of National Home new secretary to replace DouglasC. on E. Rich Ave.. will move to iX. 'I '
and Property Owner Foundation..' Johnson who resigned. Woodland Boulevard where of Port Orange for 6850. R p.1
recommends [11 strict remodeling of a business building Bell., local handled
Dr. Seay Nelson said that every effort realtor I
enforcement o[ sanitary laws and will be made to find a local man I' is now being conducted. jl'I sale, have been ordered by the Alien Pnt uY 7 i:

PREFABRICATEDARMY codes by local authorities: 121 t for the job and that advertising Construction of a new building Custodian to sell to the highest bidder. Jar .... .

passage Crawford of of bill Michigan introduced to establish by Rep. ,; for applicants will begin immedi Jacobs on N. Motor Woodland Service Bouletard is nearing for Jas. Gamble) Rogers II I Lots 53 and 54, Lakeview Heights Sufc. .....
'local redevelopment agencies with ately. t completion and will be occupiedby .I on the west side of Lake Rose. m
power to take over slum and other I. Restaurant the firm within a short time. ;? Architects Engineers The lots consist of approximately six ....
them and Airport There the company will continue i i
SURPLUS blighted areas clearing BuildIdg Consultants
Sale will be
their present business of the Hud- held on the lots Friday, July 1IIIa.
selling them to private firms for Under New Management : I
I erection of approved redevelopment son agency and a sporting goods POST OFFICE BUILDING Ii i! at 3.00; P.M. -
131 removal of SANFORD-The Flight Deck i store. WINTER ,PARK, FLA.DNEILlLEii.
projects: re- Lounge and Restaurant at the t i 1 We reserve the right to reject any awl a| tetiia.
stnctiom on home construction: The foundation of the New
f [41 dropping of present business Sanford' Municipal Airport are i Church of Christ has been laid We will be pleased to show this property HIIr
BUILDINGS I(controls. Dr:: Sear avers. and now under the management of : on N. Woodland Boulevard and time prior to sale. ,
!Realtors have been stressing this John L. Pike. Roy Browning. I construction is expected to be
point for some years), that' old owner. stated that the increased i completed by this Fall. The new 1
houses do not make slums; that he activities is manager of the and airport his school of which of $25,000 building replaces the old GEO. F. BRASS REALTY CO.
structure which has been moved
the reason so many areas I .
? to
: aviation made it necessary
have deteriorited to slum -condition I make this change to an adjoining lot. i I ; : > ?%? >f$4 REALTORS J
Is slovenly housekeeping .and I A new five-room bungalow on CDnHITE N.JJU8C ay 6H 19 E. Central Ave. Phase 2-NM
lack of proper repairs. With :strict 1007 N. Shayler St. was sold by f
I fi
r fi.4ln enforcement of sanitary laws and : >. ,,,. .!I"I I L. L. Jacobs to Baron Thompson i
housing codes, additional alums- .s M.--_ . r.I: -
} can no longer develop. TIkt ,
i I * ':. 1UMBEH, 'G-a .
JOHJf- W. Wright, Lakeland t. :L
has been named by ,
,I .Gov. Caldwell to serve on the Rubber like Asbestos lluII-::-
Florida Real Estate Commission. Board
i lie replaces ay L. Hearin. Tampa Floor I Runner. wear forever ..
resigned. Other membersare g -
O. P. Swope Orlnado.;chairman 50c $4.48 ;>
and H. Bryant: Merritt sq. for piece 41 -,? '

Jaeksonvilleboth Realtors. : t1
Carpenter's Hammers _1.25

Miss Brown II Hand Saws 4.35 -..;

PRICE Rip Saws _4.75
Returns Home 1 bStr

PocketKnives Metal Lath
495' ,
: With, Guest
Wood Lath
[Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] $1.50 up Steel Tex.
SIZE l 16'at6'DELIVERED SANFORD=Miss Laura: Mae I See oar display
Brown returned Friday from Port
:-: PRICE land. Ore. where she has been Rent_our FLOOR SANDER,. aI > ,,
teaching during the past year. She I EDGER and POLISHER. t
was accompanied by an associate
$225.00TERMS ; teacher.Miss Jean Porter,who will Ii Beautify t sea old. Door It costs -..
spend the Summer here with Miss,_ very little. -;

;0'' () Brown Brown.and her mother, Mrs. G. H. _i i

,Mr. and Mrs John Rogers and .
daughter. Beverly' left Saturday 0
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for a vacation In Atlanta Chicago, SI 4 I
Detroit, and Kalamazoo Mich.. ,
1 J3r. and Mrs. Luther Doss left I IV
Tuesday aboard the special train P T
:jtoy Elks en route ,to the convention TT .
Q at Portland Ore.
I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Joe Minarik ill
and Infant of Atlantaare '
K)0 W.AMll./tl'OllAN fJ.nOIlDA .fHQMl 2-2920 I, visiting the former's parents. 'V ..

Mr. and Mrs.,Michael Minack. Wall ..'
UP 7 STEPS UP 7 STEPS Gordon Brisson returned Friday !i
after several days spent at. the Size
Florida.Sanitarium. I t1.
I Paint PuttyWe iE If-

carry a fun and complete has : : : .
of paints and painters supplies. \

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CALL FOR BIDS ON RESIDENTIAL "Chromtrim"Metal Mouldings13c i i 7. .

k r t: AND BUSINESS PROPERTY . TRIM Lin.IT TOURSELF"ft. & up ii i i I Your REALTOR Is a Wise and Honest Counselor :

t Medicine Screen Door I

CxeIUnt opportunity to secure spacious, air conditioned living quarters with store Lane Grills'Cautnets stock: to your savings In today's real estate requires the protection of

t building suitable for laundry self>serrice laundry,'light manufacturing, :, or wholesale.. $5.50 to $26 select from i'.' INVESTING I wise and honest counseL

Property consists of 3 stories. Finest type of construction. Hollow tile, reinforced concrete -
and steeL Rear of lot approximately 50 x 64,feet paved. Pick eat one. $2.25 Up ;f'::,' R His clear vision that sees property at its real worth is your basis fer
, faith in the security of your investment.
!I?< 14 x 18 Golf. Louvres $2.70 ; ";; ..
FIRST FLOOR 450 x 70 feet] Large private garage entrance to stairway passenger 14 x 24 Galv. Louvres 2.95 r- His accurate knowledge of -the best available property In your community -

_ elevator to 2nd and 3rd floors and store room containing 2600. square feet with 11 ft. -_ and its future valuation is your basis for faith in profitable buying. .

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"61" : His proven integrity and established high standard of service to your

- community is the basis for faith in a deal.
: SECOND FLOOR-Large living room dining room and kitchen with built-ln cabinets FLOORVARNISH your square

_; and sink. Powder room two closets, laundry room. housekeeper.room with bath and
Your trust in REALTOR Is well founded. His member-
R closet two porches II[ screened In].large tiled sun deck. your
a = YZ pt. 55c A ship In the National Association of Real Estate Boards was
, 1 j' ; granted only after careful Investigation of his character and
" Property located at .423 4th Street. West Palm Beach. Florida. I 1 pt. 95c i} x ability. It Is held only by strict adherence to the rigid code of

. Sealed bids on this property will be received by Ralph M. Hart. Executor, ,at 711 Qt. 1.70 ethics imposed by the Association. '-
Citizens Building West Palm Beach Florida to be opened at 3:00 P.M. on the afternoon .- I

of July 24<<. 1947. I Gal. 6.15 1 For SAFETY e SECURITY e SATISFACTION .

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Bids must be accompanied by 10 To of the amount thereof to show good faith. Termscan :
t Full &
be arranged.: Executor reserves the right to reject any or all bids and no bid under Complete

Sfl.88O.OO will be considered. i Line .of '. I .2Jsz 1 wttk ; REALTOR lrowi 4

. Property was willed to Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children: and bids, after being I Roll Roofing and ,:

i i opened at 711 Citizens Building. will be transmitted to the officials of said Shriners Shingles .

I f Hospital for Crippled Children for their consideration and recommendation. ,pg pgI r

i i [ Open for Inspection July 16. 17. and 18. pgI I I I I I. .. rWi ORLANDO REALTY BOARD t

- RALPH M. HART. Executor of the t !

Estate of .Margaret E. Harriman. !I Ii i I \ < TUNE IN 740 ON YOUR DIAL FOR HOME TIPS AND TUNES

"Deceased. \ N. Orange at Railroad l WORZ THURSDAY 5:30: P.M. JULY 24THf "
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h ( &tnttnt1ORLANDO. I I, II. Special !Notices H. Beauty Parlors I 17.HaullngandMov1ng\ 119. Services Offered 19.: Services Offered I 11. Services Offered' I.. *8errfe fferdi........ 31. Arl fe 1&
.'FLORID" j I, CONVALEACEXT ROME-Win open f IKVTTTNO-New and old Patrons toBaths I AERO MAYFLOWER TRANSIT CO. I CNCE FR- DriTwys 1 r HOUSES WASRZD with .t.m T PANTfltO-To preserve that new WITI. DKttLWO-W* 1.u taamall ** PPUaNCES-CaMi1 e < JfcfcWw)
ewtr WSVBwaw
3319 h. s.
July IX.. at Thutnota. ,'. foe BOW.taaley deep *
Florida. 18Uee beauty shop. Under new 1 -Loo* diatanc movinz. Call Joiaer I! R.An.bl. property .e. dr.m look let us pat you d'.m.
paI2 .UN..JULY13U47 M E. *l Orlaade-18 aallea 8.E. ownership. Vivian Laursnc and Van and Storage service for free Thirty year la business. Fr.e.t- i Whole ouUld ot th I. .look Ilk. P. Boad Conteaetor. .a4 3". m.tU well and ramp. 11.1.AUMA1
'.* ..at... Lare senses sad opeaeth Mrret Whlddea. Ph. 4818. >i estimates; also local moving storage mates. C. N. Nldy. Winter 41.. I It ha "been to tb. D CI.ae. 2-313. -I FHA plea. or write . -
.* .. .a t. SM sad .... ta. cool packing crating .and shipping. 1400, CONTRACT BUILDING of new Looks so crisp and ", 101d. French Lonewood. F.. FDone C.I WAY
be***** ell Lk Catherine. Large 15. Schools and Instruction 8. Division; ph. ,1188.DrEM1 and repair to homes and i I windows and,screens. RUGs T7PHOLSTEHY a MACRJJCK RrPAJRB--An I Mertla *. > -
revMU sad safe troat .........bU.In'rw. of any kind. financed. ce II' ue before and It'. cheap. Steam Expert workm.up. f. .". I WASHING. Uarta official eervlee. Immediate a. CUL..L..i
make ;
DELIVERY Service phon R.p.lr
Classified Lars. lobby Cam sad--.d.ta roosa Brickeoaetrwrtna. Z5aly. .AUTO SCHOOL-Learn .. drive.'I 7673. light moving and hauling. Pn.n.3. E. A.e.: phone 2-3. I .Washing Co. "23625. Ou.r.DIH 2-219. Klenlu loUprflA.. OrlandO Pi,.... Barton'a. next to COLOnY Theater. term .a. .
Competent instructor prepares you i Wln. Park 93. .
Paoa every load Insured: reasonable rate* CLEANING ANL. HOUSE Screen and .r 1..t J.
poor reservatlea atae WAH I
far State Driver's TeaL Orlando Auto PRIc RADIO INTERCOMMUNICATION.Installation
0..... 231 or Dr. Martin.Ovte4 and carry Ik Ilka paint JoN Also TOpairs mEN ANTIQUE *Mtloa ...
3-487 repair
School: tall 2-31 or FULFORTJ VAN STORAGE COLoads clothes. Superior .. work and I every ,
t money. Brine ns your
IJtJ wr writ P. O. Boa 137CBmhMta. or part load wanted to Chi re ..r.a\ all home and car I Nov. lit. hats f
.....I.Star Ft*. Very n._. .. Lrse ACCOUNTING School. International- Engineering Correspondence Blah-1 I...... Cleveland and Pittsburgh. CI..nr.214 Boons at C.I Autrey. 5325. Puller Broi- 114-B Park A.1.do. spae ... :Winter au' 8 p Oder m. *.Cooclesm.oos AsetlSs.eT. .
I ...... aervtr fe ecu t* *. t. School Veteran approved L Phone 9286 for free estimate. 133 N. I CONCRETK WORK; driveways: step I SERVICE General "p.1 Winter Park. ph. 61.. iterate.* For Wor.tloD u; Sale Ca T33 W
Woat-Ad > ROM _ _
RatM ..... dsntpe.COTTGZ5. O. Row. P.O. Box 274. Ph. 9282. I Mala. walk* floors septic t.aka 11eensed. .' ..Window Ir..u Perk Quality Cleaner j
Southern e
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..... lie ... ... fr rent l. ta. mevatAla* I REAL K3TATX LAW and practice. KNOLLENBERG-S Local moving: | Co. 871 bnd.d o 2.220 for .. P I II .D.all.."ne. Licensed. 522. .0'i RIO: phones. Free estimates j, mcoxt HXW Iron Work MANAOZMENTHencher ; expert weldIne. I 'Pra....u.-f lavtinv
f WMtmn Maeth CaroUaa. Mia Preparation for Broker and Sales storage crating packing: Also bnd. and delivery. Money back
OlnlaiKea aftArno TMf ill.. ,.... JlI..I... Fc lnfr ... Horn availakle. I CONCRETE FLOORS ete. W* form work I O. E., : blakmlthlnl. and o.m'Dtl pl
naaad study coarse now agent for Delcher's Long DistancoMoving.50S and finish concrete floors. : IRONING band sewing; nest ; tee on all work. Brut rauef-j-oaojhM
...s ... ... -_ reervau. writ Mn. w. Major CruL'131 E. Pine: 656.. Macy St. Dial 4965. driveways pour walks and steps. For )' r..o.b" prices. Mrs. D.lr Pr.nur 1 Service. 358 N. OrsnuDhone_ 8.o2.![ Iron .orl 22 a Ru.h. I A h**5
-- ... a Orn. "_a. N. C. ='Aii Lyman School. Lorn .I. .
iA5NOD STAHCC-WOVIH t price .U..ta call 2-211 Dunham I REFRIGERATION SERVICE Commercial 30. Good Places I 83 4* W. .
1C. Travel InformationAIR point Packing crating local moving. -[ Concrete Co. I 1 and household repalra.t t Eat_ I n. = -
np ejnitii Dan la* BB* daf BOLDEM HEIGHTS Jose Barterho I LANDSCAPE SERVICE Fin dirt and H.r.ar 2
.. *. We*, kale ad Westsaareta -' Svddath Moving Storage Co 1! STRETCHING delivered. Lawn planting Good work charge reasonable. Ferguson t I I Ihl'c ATTIC FAWB-AB _
t I deneoowtt** z* I* Mao a deojhmM RESERVATIONS and ticket all CTAI )xper top Service. _
I A_a"o Werda t Ban .4_or 2le*. au.... lines. Snnnlland Travel 8ur.... 30 115 W. Columbia. Phone 8154. AI feather pUo. '., pie Rasonsbletstei. Phone 935>. R.fr.r.Uon Pi. 9753. CLOVER I $ In. We win as
.. .. .. I, LIGHT: HAULING and moving. For a Quality REFRIGERATION OR Ixun.at fo I. of .
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a4oal FO* BETTSB: aalta met E Pine Street. Phone 9301.BUFFALO. bt eult. r. LAWNMOWERS REPAIRED hr.service. SERVCE-C. v iw >WBE E*
i. raprvttaaitaa.
prompt servic cell T. J. Thompson. . Ph. j merclal and -: retUnrant. "The bit .'I Ti * .
I .Maw l.nnKi JOe pot Mat .1. Mettalf BBUdlnc.Ml i N. Y-U. I ,1. I Caldwell at Harris aP.1 1 ''-;
passencer .. T.
ObaaooMMo Day t a Baa a day 641 wanted to 'help drive and share I I 2-2037. Service. 2213 Edn..lo Pr. 1-17:. : Or.ndo. ;phone work .u.r'Dted.. i In town." s the ctom.n ;:* :Tawwtsi,
S. Court.
jiani iia t* Doy ana KM a d* I i DRESSMAKING and alterations; Ph. Prompt aemca"' |
references. Leaving July LOTS CLEARED ,
tMl a ..... 1PDU'nJ&L aUDDfOs-DallF tram expenses; 18. Laundry Work 'on.i ROOFING-Free estimates. 3 I I 'A __ .
lit Xrrta. 7.a
1* ISO W._ Frea estimates any time ArC .
Al ....-... atart hi t.o Ortaadr IS pa*. to S S IS. Rev. A. M. :=::'r'h.r.: .1'I I' Phone 2.1 147. John .... to pay. Work cvarantted. R II ... Ipaa..,_
BenUnel od .... Prtae4bock O *.'* DD11 W. CentraL 8837.SPKNCSR 1 CANADA-2 expenses { COLORED WOMAN wants laundry at i W .IO. shingles or built BP and ...1 I 31. Good Things Eat_ Ine. 4M OranaVANTtQOBB 2.54_
--- : help drive. Leaving any- home 738 W. Livingston. In rear. DRY CLING employ oar MIRRR RE8ILVERED. made to I sldfnt A ; I t m
aeattaal aad Th Bn. 411.acP.dr1
Individuallydeela Sm'tl
1M aUPPOIITa "" help; .. -btoto a
clasln class Orlando -
time after July 1$; references. Box
3rtan.o .I a* iba seas ... ... Mr*. Warn%. 1203 B.W . .t.r. LAUNDRY WANTED do at home. I modern machinery. Try us. MacDuffCleaners. 015 A Mirror Wks 534*. INSTALLED and 1 CANTALOUPES Standard crate Bare plato Jogs ti
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Wart-Ad. Depart aienl II owoej .....*.... P"IJso.. 5 rS-30U. by experienced laundres Apply 204 approved. 20 year I 11.25 P.OB. ber*. Cash with or Cruder Arcade = .
lbs CHICAGO OR VICINITY Tonneeatlemaa I n' 8. Westmoreland Dr. Rldn..O cOle MATTRESSES Call 6730 *r duo Dixie Fruit C*. BlaekrlUe. 8. C. -
I Phone REPIIHED-li. ; -
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from .. W a daJIf. awEBtaH MAaA01far arthritis.; desires ride: help drive.Refereuces ROlnd. 2-106. equipment In ; I I'BEPIC ARMY LdcriM. $151x34z7S.
....., troei to U ftJB.DeodUao awttlK leaderUlB8: Mia anker exchanged leave about ELECTRICAL RXPAIRINO and house filler ol'Ddo. '8"rUe.. ORAOE.Orange Orantu! Plenty r)M ,
*. 12M W. Yl AT. 22918.Ladfe 19. Services Offered wlrmc. Call 4514 Miner W tills..Elrrtrlral TANKS CLEANED, I' w* deU.a. Phone 4232. Trail at ..
tor taadar rape* BatavAd July 18th. D. J. O'Connor. 211 E. I sewing machine and latest button machine pumped and hauled; W. C.ntr.J.TKEY&. I ,' .
... .. S.U apIp.wr. !:!iLL.k., can 8141 Monday. ALTERATIONS' dressmakint. buttonholes Cont.ctor.JLCRIC -Open for Inspection.. Bus Permanent resident; .nrF-1 5 I AUTO KB SI
.. : *Br. Registered 8arveyr.Cara I : SERVICE Co-i 1122 W. Church 2- Bab. pound: finest .ualI-I Ju**. 1 .,nI
.orMaor. aro ?e IS SI1 aottfyna CALIFORNIA-Leaving around July ; Ferris Fashtonett 2202 torEdgewater CLANE M.tn. Ru. 19. Box 231: I nr, .
tamedialory o( any error* taAftt > S... a4 Mala Arcde, Phon 15. can take 2: share expenses.Phone : Drive. College Park. ,_ Ho..rp.ru. . TRIMMED or taken down P0tl r.r.52' I I: *p ?? 1.**** .ll. Cl-
wtMM % modern upkeep service OFFICE KEPAtRED Our TR8 FOR or for borne APAJif '
ad* a S th. oailaotaiay 305-W Winter Park. Pr MACHINES YOU PAT MM 1' OOTTAOC
Supplyuotatlona. reUableservice.
ADVICE TO the Hoover servIceststlon. I removed. .* .. juice. Call '
foneami. lot *aur M Bartoei .uthorlad ruaranteed. Check with tMUr4 Small raaaa beak
DETROIT. MICHIGAN passengers Se Mr. Icon at Mill .nIc sos Sad
It. Last and Found Bumby Hdw. 6104 or 2-1759. 521. W. Central: phone 4232. =
5 Phcn at Ln'L S 'I Complete kttcawa
I I taeerlloa. I week .f July 14th. Man to assist and Nebraska. ** St..n 1 M.1 :
with driving. Leaving from Orlando.J FURNITURE REPAIRED and nta 813$. TREE WORK-.n.rou. or .Dd. ranse. sad
Y.iiCP1H.Y..r BILLFOLD LOST ta Prlaeetoa School E Thorns. Rt. J. Leeiburg. AlLIS CHALMERS SERVICE and Ished; stoves and lawn . all m. I tr 32. Articles for Rent beater =
eetloa. Valuable Meatin- partr tractors and power units paired. R. A, Austin S41 Piedmont.Phone PA1NpW.trrofne system.. perts. . P.r'D'. Tree Burgeon and oil ___
.. papers.
1TnBtADkl, Tskph catMM.mi.. I GRAND..I.n.poUa.RAPIDLYIa SoataBend.Louisville Kalamasoo.Take In-. W Farm Robinson and Home: phone Machinery 2-2713. Co.. 40 20421.FURNITURE Porches, doors windows screened.Bonded. 1 := Park : CATERPILLAR IB 10.month N. QT.a:r I
7452. DEMOSfiED. trimmed taken acre. ,
till Insured. If. J. Barnes.
COW 5TATRD-4.nsn; rope oa leave Call Winter Park i : .h. I
li soon. pOrch. curtains. Venetian I Poll HaughUn rt bush and bog due !
AWNINGS Inrmrance. J. B
down -
.. Ishlnc. 4 piece bedroom suite
tin hiad U Leonard Frank. Bonn 184-W. 824 H. Orlando Ave.. Winter PLUMBING REPAIRS and aeptte I =:I
I .
Full line of ''
and .* Lake Oady. Lockhart. Call Park blind.glider conriD. i 'UIO. 2.Piece living room suite .n tanks built and cleaned 112 S.Westmoreland 53SH 8 Summerltn. Ph. 777. tandem 4.ll. also
Orlando 470. m.tel.l. Phono Forlda Awning . s Repair Shop. Ph. 2-16. ; ph a5o3. )I TREES HUMMED and ,1 ea a.'mde.: 8mUt. 1302. 1. ,I APNar .
It. 'bv aaunw-Clill. Can HAVANA. CUBA-All-expense tours.1 .. 8 Hughey. i moved. Are, Winter ph. Sc
oOW. *STRAYED black Amu I FLOOR 8ANDINO AND FINISHING PLOWING. and rotary tinIns Bndd. John .wn. ,21. I I
Lanler Travel Service. 30 E. Pin
ACETYLENE and electric welding: DINO Irvin FLOOR SANDER edger. also cab- Conies
phone and
Prompt service. Modern equipment .. Pi.
".1' AJID CB1LD oar*. By ..,. tan la right ears. brand irw oaright Street. Phono 5301. in Phone 3"1APP. ,'I s" .
wee. .. hoar. la mt fcoate. .....- .1.... aw ra. C. N. North. HAVANA and Netaau by boat : m.ch. work construction OB pumps machinery saw mill; I : portable power .niL J.t.bll: ... PO Bon *1. z.n.G.PAITG UPHOLSTERING We completely Wyckoffe tact lander Hdw..and 2524 floor Kyhl. polUher.3-2821. ', back the and : 5'
loa .$1. .,....... IOJ C. Barraxd; Loooaapd I i ; er., I f I ed 1935. Skilled workman: UceD..d. .-9x13 and renew your 'uml.ro from top to .
I I plan Call Orlando Travel Service aluminum and bras casting; McKI- Floor 8ur- room "Wl at -
I t-UW_. __ FOUNTAIN FEN-8hcffer. la PeatOfflr ills E. Central; dial .,,104.r '1 ncr Machine Worts. 131 W. : bondedInsured.facing Co. Phone 8t.eD. . including Law i bottom.Inspection Many" p.teD.."OD 1122 for nR.SANDEN.. .Atrk..1 I. R. .r oaT .'
Flader $530.RoastS. exteriors. Term If desired Uctnsed. Ru. Co. .
pie** paa* IOWA Leaving about July 20. Take APPLIANCES REPAIRED Fans rates :!' C. R. Burke. 1805 8. Bumb uU Mafeo SM
COXBCIKirnoCB HPe" rhMrva tathekr . : FLOOR SANDINO. finlshln*-Best Helfand 2-4287. I i w. Church: .
-.-.. by ..,. ...... week. _I r 1. One driver assistant. Ref ernc ->I toaster iron* and lamp Ph. 5186. material used. AU guaranteed; ; .p'I..1u '[ reflnj j' FLOOR SANDER-Edger and pollsh- Coffee maker_Make* ..
.... of awbiaPhaneiWOCimXMLf CLASSES..LOST:: :-Hevy Mrtoi* shall I ** exchanged. R. 8. Lackey it.Cloud. '' .Johnson Electric: Co- 23 E. Church. i', licensed: bonded B.s worl Floor Barf PIANO ; Expert: ,, UPHOLTEGlD covert oblieatlon.Antcrsft .!I er. AH new. Arnold Paint Store. ': leu Meet Last a Bt* WBW.
f Probably la woodenR..wstd. . N. Hnthoy. wUo '1
raise Fla.I ALARM REPAIRED Any teeing Co. Ph 21370. k !I Interior 407 g. Orante. 23785.FLOOR .
; 418 W.Central.
*aorw-I..eared for ale 1 rs*. Soc 154 5tsr.WATCNMs..s C f violin t' De"or.tr. i Evans. Assertc* _
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..... INDIANAPOLIS. IHD.-LI'ntDI July-I kind dok or electric equlmeDL REPAIRED and reSintolled : or 1 ..
Su.l..d FURNITURE 2-01 2-2313. -
e.-r. day or I .. n r :, : new. Tw
U Hwrl whit.Nslltos. Shareexpenses We Barker Re- I l.n
28. can take :3 passengers. made to ton. .
.. .
_, at all tiairt Well botanred d.t. ti .llhtn.. I Ik. new. Cabinets i like D' I II t ediert and two polishers for '
,,. B. ..... Ate. Winter tan.CItftDRU . Rasa,.At P.or 34250.WR1WATCIIW6T near .KxvoalUeeiPerk. : references.. exchanged. Chu-Mrs. pair Shop C.nt.l. Ph 7696 : order. Tnd.1 Fmlar. Co., 2323 M.Oranve. PLUMBING RJPAIBI K.. for. j I VJNE BUNM.de. . at reasonable ratea. Smyth LumberCo. '> .. bees.
P.O. Box 76. .r
pW..r. ..
i APPLIANCE promD arat."d I Adams. Ph. 9SS8. 91 Central. N. prince and Railroad. .
r-.ra ... : j IC&R.Dn.fan. &ol. Grand. \ beat eIst. ** '
i LadysRaises I luota Pta.MII.LIDOEVILL. _, radios. *. 55 R..ld.D. 121 Pla. .U
w.sher. A FURNITURE REFINISHED-Now uaIni I 1.ndo TYPEWRITERS For Rent-by day or j I U-shaped s5jap .
.. .
BOABnKO 0. : near corset of Soith and : O*. Middle aced oil lamp electric 5specialty. method of metal : I E doss flow :
month. Office I
new BLINDS Equipment
P.M of aaro tU teat Mkka.a.DAY Or..... Phone 1..1. UIM Bentley lady desires transportation soon; Pick up service. Caldwelland holds I I VENIN MNtAC a.
Is Smith-Corona
I which rot Kuhl A 220 8.
...... Winter Park Harris. 2213 Edgewater Dr.. College prof. PLUMBING .nU Alain; j 'Dt.
share expenses. Ph. for Ins
I firmly always. "Open webbl'l SUPL8It.n.tInIUlln. I Best slum I basswood or cedar blind I 8850. S: >* W fweJ slim
and sliM. ear* of latent sad 1C Beaotr Parlors 168-J. Park phone 2-112. RUM Mattress Co. 1122 W. .-' for bath and F.eo"price or Installed. Call 8059. TOOL P.ZNTAL-.Paint sprayers; il- p rcasedgust -
Leaving about BULLDOZER SERVICE 22213. ktheaIn.taUaton .
eftOdre*, t*.. Aaa.rtea ... Dial HEW YORK CITY CurlA.
3S months WASHING MACHINES REPAIRED taws; bench-aawt; power
20 X. Plat. % trading.
2. Share expense
July 21st. Take
St% dlwovat .. wart Limited exchanged. Call 843S.WILMINGTON. wo rbC rake. n.p2 FLOOR SANDIGflnl. Libby Js Freeman.711 All make 24 hr. services and flooring equipment, concrete Walter J.
,. Reference f.t cialix P.Dtr.-.1 trutm.n& 20 W. Church i pick UP CsIdweU and mo..n:1 -. I K.
I B.rI
lime apI Pie eiverlenced operator after .rYI. I I I.n mi. You.1 To aoa.
ii. KprrulAMACTU N.C"'.. P..... 4 1AMUUCAN. N. C. via;Savannahand .' I yes experience. Mo.m eulpm.nt. Us. 2213 Jd..ae: Dr. College Park. i 7323.I 1..
Charleston: driving July 15th; BUILDING HOMES from 88000 UPFHA Work cuaranteed. U".nsec Pomp' 2-1973. I I _
: pR.aDvOD.-.rinss readewolo BCAOTT'-SALON-44 H take 4: call 8284. I or GJ. financing. sfTTice C. R. .. ,11. I TYPEWRITER RENTALS Special I
W. Ctmreh. ovpoeMo lUalto Thea. I I Gardner Real 29 S. Court SU t PLASTER PATCHING by an expert. WASHING MC. REAII iService i monthly and quarterly rate ATTIC
>ja TN' Weot VoATeph C .
.; RIDE RESERVATION BUSKS-Sunnllaad blte FLOOR SANDINO-mnlshlnc. de'D with
ae ttSJl.IHat : ler. Beaale .....ruo. and Margaret Travel Bureau. 30 East: PineStreet. phone 2-48. In*. waxinc. Exclusive rent for 4 minor; r.p.t. Orlando. Home D Al m.ke., 5.Kaicy ,, phone George SIM. tua 1 S Ma. Pre =boost =
Browa For
aopotatment ph. 1131. Malnt.n.n. dia j : .
Phone 1301. CLAY lime rock nor-Co Sealer guarantees per* phone 6247. I
.,... RA BUT-Ao .blc .
.uw1C'a ** dsllt. CHARLOTTB-jlAY BKAOTT SALON j I feet . you who desire PLUMBING SERVICE West CentralPlumbing I : -
eirei.. Tw*., S as*. Tar SMNka. McCrory BMt apataln. with Bumby tre.teaLWork ,' Quality LastIng Floors. Estimatesfree. & Heating C 1> N.' I WATCH JEWELRY REPAIR department. I 33. Articles for Sale j 3 0..

S pa.- 44th W Ckvrea. Its* Mist Hilda 101_.. 101.....'. An workrated I in. HaulIng and MovingMIIZD son .uar'Dt.e.. Pon. 541. sUP, Orlando Floor Surface Co.EstablIshed _I Bryan Day 2-2236. Night 38. I' . Pickup and deliveryservice. AR. *MMu4t .
affwe .
Reasonable Another
Ci.vvt. TOM
It luv. paMM lot by experienced operators.PIs.i. I 1 I 1925. 1809 N. Or- estl- prc. .BTI II.
.In. 93: new ameas
BOAT TBIPB. troni Mt Doravrtaca is...... 414.IUTB mover af household goods. drtvewty SERVICFor...rof. ante Ave. phone 7836. Atold Itor. .1. 8' 8.servic Orange at McZro7'- PhamacF.. 135 AUTOMATIC Bottled .... WAT ... 92 aavy asgemsa**. I" S.
I thrwaah MM b.e.tlf.l Ok< BCAOTf pAJU.OR-An types Cell Fidelity Storage Jc Warehouse best In engineering workmanshipand HOME CLEANED and repaired m Orange. pho. 2-3786. price. 717 E. WashIngton 8t- t.r.1 .M & _
leek 1"_. .... $.., Wotaa permanent watea. Pro-heat aid Co.. for free estimate on your long material. Free estimates. For j out. Licensed and PAINT ESTIMATES-Color suggestion WELL DRJLINO-We are equipped cOH' .. .K
Itiene MU. ,Mt. i-'.. Flo, sold ..... a _laItF. Dial 4333.M distance meting 56-61 W. Jackson I corer.t work of all kinds call 6780 pd Gale phone 22037.i !. Reliable painters to drill shallow and deep.. wdl. Any _
Beat Ploo. Ono .51.. St. Phone 2-3184. I Buchanan Concrete Co. ded. Hatch. 6001. At ncmmeD- site up to S inch. No pay ATTIC VENTILATING SYSTEM-Cool ABE t
CL-nft .a: 'aftll., T .e.. -plate 1530. 1 I HUGHEY'S HOME REPAIRS-From Nothing down 38 pay. by Cooleairt. Completely IntttUed .cad waS
..fed Bit *>al 5..'.,. and _,>'*4 rraMAPtvcrs-MathlS. or Barhlae* : ACME DELIVERY SERVICE-Light CABINET AND MILLWORK to special f front to back from roof to cellar PUMP REPAIRING-For expert pump' Belmany Well mODt t Pump In your home with no down payment Imps and .
.are boelo*.<* from *4 M, Cw.rt St.M IMO *4 ap; phone t*... jewel I i movIng and hauling. Prompt servj j( ore. Central Florida. LumberCo. I Including heating and ventilatlnaI repairing call Cohoon Mahlnel Rout. 3. Winter Garden $6 80 per month. Modern Appllanoaa. -S.
Jtl W, Par Las Phono 1..uM. Charm ...... UM W. Amelia. lee and reasonable rates. Ph..9240. Nebraska. I work lua.Dt..c C.l & Co.. 138 W. South St., phol 23112. R'd.8uIP17.Orlando. Fla. Ph. 7087. 428 N. Orange; ,phone 32314.: [ContInued On Next Pa c|

Electric Rentals Zoning ChangesLaw Dr. Lee Nichols To Dedicate Legion Backs Woodall-Magenheimer I

I- Orange City Baptist Mission Wedding Set at DeLand Today'

Approved by Board Postponed Br L -VIDA CHISHOLM- -I j I.I. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Roy Davis and School Art [Special to T Sunday Sentinef-Star buttons to the .waist ta ai
|I 1
[Special"to The Sunday Sentinel-Storl daughter Mary Ann of DeLand, 5
PELAND with her brother illusion htfti
I I I rl fo
I ORANGE Lee NI-[ were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.

,'oi el. to nSentftl-StorJ [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] chols. pastor C-D. Bap-I,I Thornleif Eriksen. Specks! to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Rev. Comer W. Woodall. and the neckline. 1 a wfctte
straw hat trtaaant
DELAND-Pending an agreement for a new franchise I DELAND Proposed changes In tit Church of Daytona Beach I 1 Misses Harriett and Edith NEW.SMYRNA BEACH The iRev.I E Nash Philpot officiating, I pink flowers picture and white nmtrltt I with

between the Florida Power Corp. and the of DeLand have charge of the dedla- Trumbell were visitors in Orlando I Miss Lula Ruth Woodall will be-
City I the recommended ordinance revisIng I Legion the latest or- I Her white prayer be twpjped -
services of the ,I, recently. i b w
the City Commissioners Friday gave their unanimous approval the city zoning laws Friday : ton Church today at 3 pjn.MI-j!,!I Mrs.D. Dealy has returned from .uiun join In the move !come the bride of R. ThomasIMagenbeimer 1 with white ro"W

for passing an ordinance charging the electric com t night were heard by the City Com will be assisted by Rev. R Grad i i Brooksville. Ind. to reinstate t course in the New I of DeLand in a streamers of pInk .ril

pany a monthly rental for each light pole within the city : miioners. thus causing passage Snowden. evangelist and M. 'i Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wright of I I a I I double ring ceremony In the Trinity i Her only om.mt w 1 :

.a unit._to*_. ." .- __ Jo be postponed until Mrs. Forest Trout, song of I Wahngtn D. C.. are guests of Smyrna Beach High School. Methodist Curc of DeLand came heirloom .

ThU will to Bpproxtmattly SO I the suggestions can be studied. DeLand. I>i . Wrght. ,! The school board recently order- I this morning . Following the certiaosiy a wed

ants per pott for the 1.12J polet The public hearing on the mea- Mrs.W.H. Jackson has accepted: :Mrs. ) Braxton. who has | ed the courses stopped for next Miss Frances Inman will be ding brku w b at

now Uftfd by the power company SecretaryOf sure was attended by more thana a piton in the office of a De- ;I;! ben visiting her daughtr. .Mrs. year but local organizations have maid of honor for the daughterof RunC'o I.
dozen residents pressing claims >i Hooten. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bartow
In the city The amount will retued t asked the County School Board to Dcr.to .r
'a approximately for the existing proposal I Nettles In Tampa last Woodall of Dotham. Ala. She | on the
total the ".100 changing [ Byrd was Vetve.Fa. I!i reconsider its wU b ,
offered by the peryear Red Cross which had been revised by the ; week to join the A. I\, Al Burnham of j I I The Legion, acton. Friday wear a pale blue crepe dress .I bride-elect $ P
power company to Include a George Sr. Mrs. :I Lake Helen are making arrangements I short sleeves and round neckline. land College a
for renewal cmmiioner new Hilhe I voted to name a committee .n I _.
a of the 30lralletwe ,
-, '
which To area which E. B. Chalker' sn Richard to open a lunch room hereIn .I' night with the local school (!The fullgored skirt wl be street i i the BwinH a (** We
expired last June, Resign 800 of 'i 1 'I. son mee With her mans' Club e&ta
would require a minimum of and Ronald all Miami are the building forerl occupied board that art be put backon : length. matching atgsaa .

Final' add-BtUn af the revenge I square feet for one story residences guests of Mr. and Mrs. George'' by the drug stre. I'j school ak next I i flowers she will wear white gloves I I At present she is employed a.
measure will .be carried out after K*'(< of. to The Sgndoy $Sentinel-Star] and would serve a a mid-'I Hilshimer Jr.here. 'l( Har Ryland'let Thursday fo i The Dad's curculu Lions and grey and white snakeskin Florida Power Corp. af this .

the elty. attorney hat checked NEW SMYRNA BEACH Mrs. I', die area between the 1.200 square I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Walker and : .- D. C. year. Kiwanis Cub. ;I shoes. She will carry a buque of ;, Mr. Magenheimer w Uadu.

'1M legality .r the at.... Eugene Hodges, who has served I fee recommended for "A" zones ;'I fail of Cumberland. Md. are I! His sister Mrs. Alice Sadler accompanied Cub have taken action to Cubs I pink caratoD. ated from Greenville Ky.. .

the Red Cross Chapter a* its executive the 400 required for "B" dist of Mrs. Walker's paent. him to her home In hav I i i Best be Robert M. schooL After FerrrBC fear a !
An original proposal by City ricts.i 11 Mr. and Ms. O. B. Haines.Mr. Norfolk. Va. I the course reinstated. ':'Woodall. brother of the bride. years In the Amy atgmtt I 5
Mir. Fred' Gross that the charge secretary for the l lait three T'I Paul Burnanderand Miss Bobbie Saturday ,!, The members authorized a life hal
i Renewed protests to the adop-. Ms. Bstck spent Alva C. Clifton and S. Tal- he is employed Olfkc's
of. $1 per pole per month be made yean will resign effective Aug. I. i'tlon of 1.206 square foot minimum. of Jackson- in : membership for Perry Chapman | ton Jr.. will serve Huber ] Grocery here. a

was rtcorously opposed by Com. At the chapters executive board i requirement .for "A" zones were !'1 rUle were recent guests of his ,, Miss Bobbie Guy of Clubu' who was responsible for buildingthe I Nuptial music is to be user. I j Out-of-town Rueata I .

Holden who said "Such a chargef i meeting Friday night. Mrs. Hodges made by former City Atty. Sidney' mother. Mrs. P. Burnander Sr..at Ohio, is visiting her parent. M..i Legion stadium north of this by Mrs. George Dannal In front Rev. and Mrs. Coiner w

not only would .be unethical but.! ,asked to be relieved' of her duties ,Taylor who stated he owned con- i, the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. Erik- Mrs. R. Guy here. city, more than .a year ago. 1 lof the altar decorated with palms. ,lof Elko. Ga.. Mr. and .*. a

X consider I U despicable. i because of 111 health. Mrs. Roy slderable property In the Foret i, sen i iI i Mr. and Mrs. H; M. Jernlgan I :, white gladioli and white asters. >I I A. Cox. MoaO. .. .

Kolden contended\by chartIng -> ;Lawrence was appointed to serve Hills section-proposed "A" zone 'I Mrs. Rose Laufer of Miam ad have returned to their home in F' The bride has chosen a street and Mrs. W.MMbourne. -

the power company twice as :, :In her place temporarily, pendingthe .'-and that such a strict require Mrs. Irene Gonderson I Pierce.Boardefs. i Mrs. Lawson length dress of white >rep. The 'I Fla. and .. -

much M mas offered in the, proposed I' < approval of her appointmentfrom ment was out of reason I j fitted bodice features Woodfin Cox. Oraeevitte .
franchise the City would) I'
national headquarters. '1 Other recommendations includ-
be -acting like a fellow who never. ed Stetson Home Estates Little TheatreTo Hostess
The following. committee chairmen changing New
presents a but for payment. hi.ptte Dr. Mrs. Allen
"A" classificationto
from a proposed i ij
were named: Richard Paxton. Baptist Group ,
of repeated requests and I :
first aid and water safety Max j "A-B. W. Minnesota Ave. between At LuncheonI
when he finally does make out a'' ; .
Present Attend MeetIn
Orange and High St. { To
Kreis. disaster: Mrs. Theo Jernlgsn. Av.
bill he charges you .Interest on ILA I Holds
from "B" to "A-B. Elizabeth HELEN SNODGKASSSoefiol Meeting
home nursing: Mrs. C. A. Pit-
fee ewmparaMe U the prwtwwNl tenser knitting: Mrs. Lucille Hall Park and Keystone Height from Zoning HearingS ( to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Copenhagen
franthlaw . .. "A-B. Summer Play I. Br MILDUD GEORGE
wa airtrd motor corps: Miss Elizabeth Flrtsche. "B to Tese requesf' ENTERPRISE-Mrs. Sam Lawson -
by all the ew.aunt* e.n.T.. ar a publicity.At i were made bymen was hostess to the Home Demonstration fSpeciol to Sunday Sentinet-Stor] Tcoec'oi IS T." S.las S' ,' Sne 1

fair and equitable.. arrangement I the next meeting Aug. 8..i Jority of the undeveloped property [Soeciol to T Sunday Sentinel-Star] [ ? to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Club Tuesday. I i OSTEEN T The Women's Mis- DELAftD-Dr W. S. Allan. ue.

.f deriving kadljr beaded revenve ,I chairman .will be named for the in the sectonExResidents' DELAND-First opening of the DAYTONA BEACH-The Cityi,j Mrs. Gladys Kendall Home ident of Stetson University.Mrs. .
slonary Society met Wednesday
for tbe elty during tbe ewatlnoed Junior Red Cross Stover Little Theater during the j Demonstration them Allen, will leave Tviag
committee nutrition Planning Board at meeting Fri
period wf .."..ttaU... i iThe a . in quilting. All the members and ;t at the Baptist Church: New York City where u wiN
home service and production Summer session at Uni- : day night voted hold a further the Queen _
power company's proposed committees.The Steton t I: guests enjoyed a covered dish | Mr. and Mrs. Joe Masters had bard '

franchise and the recommendation. board FrIday night ''t I versity since 1939 w1 b held public hearing on the entire Ridge. luncheon together. 'a guests recently Mr. and Mrs. to t S .

of a municipal distribution systemby sending William 8haf er,approved captainof Visit DeLand i if July.24 when the theater presents '' wood Ave. zoning question. next ,:' Rev. Mark Carpenter of San- ,I Fan Burch and daughter Fran World A o. ..

the enttneertnc firm of Bums the We guard. corps, and Olen i !['Your Uncle Dudley Dr. Irving .Friday night at 8 p. at City ford was. Thelma a visitor Eubanks Wednesday.Mrs. of .Vero . R. H. Johnson of Jacksonville Copnaren.. AIV wiN batata)
Carlisle ofHollywood
Miss Betty
and MacDonald both are in the' Mathews Jr. a, corpsman. to an I f I The Sentinel-Star] Stover announced yesterday. !Island Recreation Hall.
ISpecial to Su :, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. N. the conference at the
hands of the 12-man Citizens aquatic school In Brevard. N. C, ; DELAND- Mrs. L. Kennedy 'I Cast for the comedy is as folI| The board hopes to information .Bach Light. Pell of Gainesville. E| the university trustee ..

Committee appointed' by the this Summer. Financial: and other and daughter Peggy former lows: Jack Causier of West Palm which will enable&cue them Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harris of Mrs. R. W. McCullough and I i Incude. short European ..
Mayor, to make a final report to aid was given to 30 cases during DeLand in In the title role of Dudley i
residents now Park visited Mr. and Mrs.
|'I lVng' Bach : to draw up a revised zoning policyfor Winter Mrs. A. Hought. re- for Au. D
the Commiutoners as to nether or June. Mrs. Hodges report for last > Atlanta are visiting here. !.I Majorie Merrill of the Stet- the of the area ''M. H..Ryan Wednesday.Mr. 'daghtr. ,. from Augusta, |I Pres. Allen's aUn cs far .-

not a municipal owned distribution month showed. There .Is a balanceof ; M. and Mrs. Harry Brown and i son faculty a Dudley's sister and such a rsident prove sold. and Mrs. H. C. Petra I Oa.i tured. Thura la six-day visit L aftsr

system would be feasible or $2.840 in the chapter treasury and Mrs. Leslie J. 'I Virginia Giffon a the grand- i imother. < I I and Theresa and Carroll retued Mr. and Mrs. C. P. dotnl at

to accept the proffered' franchise according to the report of H. F. I Dyer have returned to their .. | Secy. Francis R. Mills was I Wednesday from Georgia. i daughter Patty and son Weirs. I wl th proceed to .

WtMflortdaPorrcoTp.Earl' ; Holton. treasurer. homes after visiting in Centralia.'ill. . Supporting roles will be playedby directed to send letters to allproperty Ralph Couliette returned Thurs were weekend of hagen conferetiee SJSM _

I i Tom Perrin, Johnnie Mires, I t owners on Ridrewood I day from a visit with h parents i' Tmp. Mrs. E. S. More.get t to London after ..

Maze i! W: E.: Gamble and daughter Es- Aly Tompon. Martltia Lane, I pointing out that the meeting I in Marianna.Mr. Mrs. P. T. Piety in Eustis week in Am'trd.m .

\ Kee11C01lklillgE11gagel11e11t tell..of Plant City are spending the 1 will.be restricted to coning matters and Mrs. S. P. Darlington last week. & He mu to N Y

j weekend a guests of Mr. Gam-i Ever member of the cast has only. ,, visited friends and relatives in St. j I' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crofut of from London plane.

'fakcs Visit ble'3 sister. Mrs. C. H. Bateman. : in previous Little Theater I The letter state that the : Petersburg over the weekend. Lake Helen and Mrs. Emma Marvin

i I The Baptist Student Union productions Dr. Stover said. ,' board can wU considerationto Vernon Hardin of Miami visited of Orange City spent last

f members at Stetson University Jack Causier recently played the' the engineering angles of the his mother. Mrs. Hugh Hardin, week with Mrs. Leila Wood.i The Wardclls

At St. Cloud Announced {I held a -field day" Saturday to leading role in Blythe Spirit and!' street the width of the right-of- :' Thursday and Friday. i Mr. and Mrs. Homer Button and

I clean up the BSU grounds and put The Skin of Our Teeth way. or the type of parkway or i Mrs. Cornelia Priddy returned daughter visited
h M. Return Home
IfMttL&GUtSSAZ j\I TTTUSVILLE Mr. and Mrs..i l the finishing touches on thenewly i iI parkage which, are from a stay with her son Herbert and Mrs. R. S. Suton.parent
.., S r #' '> .4" pe'.t*"' f' taf1 ',! James Paul Keen of Summit i decorated student union' New Smyrna Shriners subject Planning i! and hi. family in Port Arthur, parents. Mr. and F. Burke. fSoe-IT'' 'o Tr Su-xtey Sentwt.Siajl!

8T CU5UO-Earl Mate, with' Point W. Va. announce the en- house. !'I Bar's opiion have not been' Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Jones were Miss Eva Williams is convalescing ST.' CLOUEX.-Mrs. W.
th* Merchant Marine has returned cagement of their daughter Mary l Visiting friends in Valdost.. Ga. Attend Club Dinner a tonsilectomy with her B H
visitors in Friday.i ate linger and daughter. ,
to Mobile., Ala., for sea duty Slum to Virgil Best Conkling.on . Mrs. E. M. Weeks. ; [lSpe< ml to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] The board also voted t turndown Paul Olando of Galnsville was Mr. and Mrs. R. Williams. back from -

alter visit here. of Mr. and Mr Homer C. Dr. and Mrs. Joe Taylor are en i.1 NEW SMYRNA BEACH A applications from individuals -i L I visiting friends Thursday and Fri Washington. D.P.. .
Barbara Maze has enrolled' Conkling of this rote to Rochester Minn..' where I requesting zoning changes I
).I''"* city. group of local Shriners and their day.I Mr. Mrs.
busIness' college In Orlando.Mr The bride-to-be is do research work at Mayo : until after the hearing Friday. Issued For i an 0 w '-
at a a member of wives attended a dinner g1'en by Mr. and Mrs. George Stedron- Permits and '
and Mrs. Morris Radabaushof the nursing staff of the Johns Clinic." |'l the Jacksonville Shrine at They made thi stand despite ef- family left Tuesday from daqht h,
Columbua. Ohio are here on I l I I Hopkins HospitaL Mr. and Mrs. Phillip DeBer- by and t re JH.I
Baltimore. Md. E the Bath and Tennis Club in Day- for Ucl Cunningham turn to Chicago. Four New Houses Mrs.
their honeymoon guests of Mr.judabauih's Mr. Conklin .U a practicing attorney ard left Friday for Newpor. R. L I j, tona Beach Friday night. Fraser to force through Mrs. Charles Conrad and son I son have returned t*> .. -S.

uncle. Homer EttarK here. The couple will have Mrs. Ralph Stult .Jacksn- Heading the local delegation zoning changes. ;, Connie. and Mrs. 8. C. Lawson ISpec>oI t The Su Sntinl-S'or1 Ala.. after a here.D.-

\familyMr a raid-Summer ..eddtnc.i vile 1s visiting parent. 'Mr j i were O. D. worshipful The Ridgewood Ave. question were callers in Orlando Friday. 1 I NEW Fu I vt ______

*nd Mrs Henry Evans of i: and Mrs. Carl Brndon. j I 1 master of the Hia.loal Manic Order; has been a sore spot with resident Mrs. Robert Oxendine and children more new houses are going Mr..1 Mf D P.

Ban Dieto. Cal. are visiting rela-i Sappington Elected Birthday greetings go today to'', and Mrs. Hinman. Others were Mr. along the steet which is of Marianna visited frend New Smyrna Beach. City hall permits Mrs. Katherine a. -hem
Mrs. J. W. Tanner J. Bates I I
tt, Mr. and T. W. Bush. Mr. and Mrs. U. S. running througha Wednesday enroute to revealed yesterday the following gone to Tallahassee ,

::;.. Ouy Morgan, of Alexandria, : Church Class Head Johnson Bernice Atwo and E. Ms.. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. valuable residential area. ObJec- brother Fred Harris in Winter I : Wilbur FarneU. Atlantic Ave, I t _

Va.. *. tn 0e> al to T > jurxkK: Sen'!nf Star J Thoma O. Mon- |I Folk. L. J. Byrum. W. M. Skipper.WiUam tions have been raised about Park $5.000: L. M. Ho.Love Joy Sub- .I sol. M. B. -
day's list Grace _ _
from are Lee Barren, I IMargery Hu
Baker is home
Mrs. Ova NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Ralph Baader. Mr. and Mrs. W. widening_ by the State Road Dept.i Charles Carter and Miss division. $ Lange, River tar Hester .
C. West. Mrs. C. S. Brad-
Jnd1&n&. ':'Sapptngton 1s the and Katherine Boyles of Orange City side Park Subdivision. .00; are back from Panps.Mr. .
new $
president I ley. Marie Mallally and Zeno Stte. Howar Mathews .
Is ,
Maxtn patientat I
Emma a visitors Friday.Carraway .
KlMimme* hospital being sertously of the Young Adult Class of the PPtln i I Mrs Blrd. I i i Rev. Charles To SpeakAt August Samec. Isesbr. $R. F. and Mrs. Juston'tOtr .

a First Methodist Church: elected Palmer Tillis. son of ML and .1, Other '' ed in Bradenton test ws-. I
Ul.CharV Pc '
of VFW
Hunt the only boy during a covered dish supper and M. J. J. Tillis. Is expected home Edgewater Youth Group Meeting Higgins Cole New Smyrna Subdivision 'I'

meeting at the church: annex FrI.. week from rSpenoJ to The garage $1.500; M. B. .Jone. 800 Nurses Convention
Cloud to to to Orala for Fort Bragg N. C- S Stil.Strl
St. X Leave for
from 1 WashingtonSpecial addition _
day nit hU SHe Enjoys First Dance i SANFORD i. Faulkner St.. apartment I
Bummer Camp
Scout regla I
the' Boy with merit badtea for leath-1. succeeds W. M. Pace who fulough l ISpe'iol to The Sunday SentineJ-Starl ,,: meeting of Uie Veterans Fr- :. [ to The S./ Sen' ne'-Stori to garage. $1.00 W. C. Chambers, I At Daytona Planned

borne craft and ptoneertnt was. named corresponding secre Mrs. Edwards Winner NEW SMYRNA BEACH The eign Wars Pot No. 3282. held t. '.:, JAR Cty Com. An 640 St.add room $0; I Spe ' Js po -
' Canal St. ( Si
tary. Philip C. Spain morrow at pjn. Rev. Douglas Mgr. Edward C. .S. Saxton. 220 .
vrTW Dauihura of Union Veterans was named town of Edgewater. of this E DAYTONA At"
Tuesday honored the birth vtce-prvftident. and Charles Belote At Elks Ladies Social city, now has a sout Carles. new assistant pastor Higgins of the Chamber of Commerce pairs. $250: W. J. Newell. 821 Live :.!meeting of the BEACH a _

daY anniversary of 1M president secretary and treasurer Friday. ''Special t The Sunday Sentinel-Star! and its members held \ CucU.fit Ft Pesbyra Church,will le.v today for Washington I Oak St.Itl blid. $200: Rob- mittee of District rmrrmtn _
pert St. install Nu.

nifht. 1 D. C..In the interest of San- .
nkkrrman.Motor NEW SMYRNA BEACH 1 dance and party Friday MUe. Nor voted to
Cora make
Mi** M. According John ford plans for :
and Seminole on the .
Beginning tonight the song: C. S. Edwards won the "dark the Town t Ad. .Sau. Cunt neon sin. .
: for
test" Ha. i this will be new bill passed Senate I a St.t cnnU the -
travel ta )4. totaled which the class sponsors at; I ret"prize at the Elks Ladies social,1st I 75 young people and their on .. -
Abut by the VFW July and plans I which would turn over to. 42 cent of U. S. : A h .
the church: each Sunday t Ford As much per 0 1Sh .
170 billion milea arcordtni to night the Elks Club Friday night. pant attended. Next Thursday will be discussed for a large dalecation I cities a
Publte Roads Administration. will be extended from 730; p.m., games,the will be another party I 'enUe .Ir buit I far were operated by tenant i Mrs. Ettaabeth Ho
to attend the
uw until 8 o'clock.Tallest I Flowlnlthe hose I niht ther comg d I '30s. with percent M. A

.;;;iTt* mot Important for I Mr Mr. p.m. at the Womn's Club, trict convention t b Ju Both local representatives will in 1945.Comuty compare. I tine. State IA. .
On I .
Logan. admission will be charged
U th manufacture tree In ;I Mrs. Joseph Caccaholli and I when an 27 -at DeLand. T I contact Rep. Joe Hendricks on the I I Phylte Leonard __J
Industries cypress wl .
**t Ilia' Lonrrood. the State! Mrs. Ctfo Daniels served re- ;1 proceeds to go to the Unity dinner meeting ad I begins matter of the Sanford Naval Air forests provide State the
near ant. _ _
of paper SaniortL
I Church in Edgewater. promptly at 'pjn.. I I Station tinder th bill. rescts of funds. meeting.frlHH

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Home L Brooks Jr.. Pie. XI*. Airplane MeetScheduled "fU stunt fflrrranBSUNDAY. r 'r t r)"rrl -I' i) 7

Title Cakt CBrpe.hu*ft..arnvsrt r ef enrtfl 214 .t W.tn Wuh1ncton San Chin Diego )It] I't- .r fJ'ijJJJ' I

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-1-.1. I'i I'I Ho 8ANFORI* 001 1 to the>-The 3jncfcjy countryside m.nel-Storl)is FLORIDA REALTORGRAM DeLand, Seeks MissNemecek\ Miss\ iMo\ ore's !Fashion' Show Features

buzi with the motor of model Youth Council's Dance 1

airplanes warming up and practirtnt Housing Regulation ; Becomes Bride EngagementAnnounced [Spe.'ol! to The Suxtey Sfotmel.S'er'
for the big: Statewide local I,
American Legion model airplane New Industry ISpeciot to The Sunday Senhnel!-$ arjTTTUSVILLE DAYTONA BEACH-The Youth

- 9 meet to be held at the municipal -Palms and white Council held their usual weekly!
airport at Sanford at 9 ajn. today. Violations Related I gladioli formed the background of dance last night In Recreation
This will be all I r TOM PRICE [Spe'-ol to T'e' *rxfay >nt rl!.!Star) ? .
an day affair
with Hall.
I [Our Own Staff the July 3 wedding in the First A novel feature of the dear
time out for lunch. Correspondent I COCOA-Mr and Mrs. H. Clay
The trophies rives being If VIOLET DUNHAM DELAND-A strong bid to In-I 1 Arvella Presbyterian Joye Nemecek Church became when Miss the 'Moore of Atlanta, Ga. announce was the staging et a feehiea shoW
offered for this meet are those fExerutne Secretory, Florida Assocation of Realtors] terest three light industries to locate bride of I. J. McLemore Jr.. of the engagement of their daughter in which the following models. tot*
t furnished by the Junior and Senior THE NEW Rent and Housing Bill of 1947 pen- plants in DeLand is now being Mims. The Rev. A G. Becker per- , Betty Mitchell Moore to Rog- !i part Misses Barbara Mtakbe.
I Chambers of Commerce for the UNDER made by the Chamber of Commerce formed the double ers Woods Malone Jr. son of Mr. !'Betty Jane Duncan Mary .".
I 1 1COST contest' that was to be in con- including a fine up to $5,000 or imprisonment for I Walter Lahnnan. secretary ;I I A white linen dress ring with ceremony.off- and Mrs. R. W Malone. of Atlanta Pafford. Pat Cole. Mrfaa Barber,
'- ---- uncuon with the Southeastern one year, apply to any persons, including brokers or I said yesterday. I the-houlder fitted bodice an and a I, formerly of Cocoa. II Ordy Taprell. and Betty Tree. *'.
OUdrr meet held here some agents, who violate the veteran's preference regulations. He declined to give the name tiered skirt was worn by the bride.A The bride-elect is: a graduateof I Men's fashions.. modeM br
months ago. Storms at that time Since much housing is now being constructed in Florida for of the business organizations until lace trimmed crownless hat and North Fulton High School, and Bill McClelland. Jack OXoae.
prevented the small model ships more definite arrangements received her hom economics diploma Paul Chancey. Charts 8tn .
offering veterans, it is,well for' I matching lace mitts completed her
$$2,000,00 from taking the air. all builders and brokers to become had been worked out. but said two costume. The bride carried an from Sullins College. Bristol Charlie Carlin and Walter
Members, .f the national familiar with the regulations and representatives of one industry orchid surrounded by white rose- , Va. She is a member of Phi Woodell. .
A WORD m..M pun rtanluU now the seven definitions of what constitutes Realty Sales ,were in DeLand recently to look buds and tuberoses and wore a Pi sorority. Scotty Montgomery prevMed.
In t1ri well a* hundreds of spectators. Max Arree Jr. chairman of : the groom. from Cocoa High School and
who have a 30-day preferential i
t-MM swat.......... The rommlttee the C. of C. Industrial 'i also from Georgia Tech. where he I
.ter la charge f the right to buy or rent housing Committee Her matron of honor and sister, \ Howard Douglas Fiedler
ell awk (4000
..... ... -M.... w "-w...,,. meet U preparing for an unnsallr completed after June 30. 1947 and Show DeclineOrange i Is working with the businessmen I i Mrs. W. E. Moss wore a blue linen received his Chemical Engineering -
..s ......... ---. M large number of entries prior to March 31. 1948. Housing!' and has reported con- j dress with black accessories and i degree. He Is a member of i I
........ ........r ..-.... they reported yesterday.W accommodations must be publicly siderable progress Lahrman 1 1 carried a bouquet of pastel asters,1! Kappa Alpha fraternity. At pres- I ARCHITECT
..... E. said. |1 and daisies. I{i I ent he is associated with Monsanto
-.- -- Hollyhead. chairman and advertised exclusively to veteransfor County real estate
... P wr ......... hree W D. Hoffman of the Campbell at least 3 days during the first month I Plans for the 250-watt radio I Thomas Edison Mack of Mims Chemical Co. He will be well remembered j Post Office BWg.-Pnont 191JWITER
... .e_ bus .. ..4d Lomsing Pout No. 53. assisted by 20 days of the 30-day preference transactions during last station here are developing rapIdly I was best man. Clifford H. Smith :)'i here where his family PARK, FLORID
.. err a.. r ..... 1... ,.. t.y several other Legionnaires will period. in a newspaper of general showed a drop of 22 per cent froma S. R. Langston Jr. chairman I and Joe Lee Walker were ushers. :: lied for a number of years.
...*. ..v *-.. ..-.-- W.. .... have charge of the meet and act circulation In the community year ago. records of Clerk of I of the C. of C. radio committee Immediately after a reception I i
teflJ>*sl .. dMMBdjWvl .... .... aa. Judges, timers and recorders. where the housing accommodations Circuit Court Arthur Newell stated, who pointed out Lyle Van, in the home of the bride's par-
w ..* ?w-,.m H?w ik.rtHUCKU Highways leading to the airportare are located. Placards or showed yesterday. Valkenbergh promoter of the fa- 'i ent.!. the couple left for a honey- FT.
s\aee.r.. IliA marked with white signs with signs announcing sale or rent to Valuation of transactions was I cility. already has drawn plans moon trip. On their return they 20,000
.'NIAU, INC red lettering to lead out-of-town veterans must also be posted ina estimated at $573.000 as compared for conversion of the old city I will reside here.
Iftar\llttt! IUlltCwaaH1 entrants and enthusiasts to the conspicuous place on the loca- ; with $723.000 in June of garage into a studio and transmitter I
J: a1s1/.w .,.. location. tion. 1946 it was indicated by stamps I site. The city sold the property Child/ Escapes Injury DRY PINE SHEATHINGTONGUE
* to Valkenbergh 10 '
w-- pe affixed to deeds. days ago
INSURANCEPhone TCRANK: R. Jewett. Vero Beach, I The number of instruments I for $7.500. 'In Fall From Window

e. past president of the Association filed dropped from 2170 last Juneto I Extensive remodeling of the I [Social to The,, SVJu fc", ",.r i -'f r1 I Ii AND GROOVE OR PLAIN
'" 2-4596 says utility has replaced 1727 last month. I forml'r'county bUilding which i DAYTONA BEACH-Little two- I
speculation In Florida real estate 1 I housed the county agent's office ; year-old Elaine Press unlatched a ,
Lee M. Crawford and Florida is now enjoying New Needed I on W. New York Ave., is now un- ,, window screen on the second floor i I
i a better-than-normal mar : derway by the new owner in order of a local hotel and then tumbled BRYANT LUMBER CO.
668 N. Orange Ave. ket for all forms of real estate. By Service Commission i to convert the first floor to a store to the ground Thursday night.
i .. .. for Poole and McCormick, electrical -'t
f t ipe 101! to The Sirxjoy Sent.itl.Star] I However, she was none the i 1220 SPUR ST. PHONE: IIH1i
REAL "American" plan for I | supply company which move worse for the experience except :
I housing and redevelopmenthas from their present location on W. for being badly frightened X-rays i iI i
Nelson a member of the City'sCivil Rich Ave. within a few weeks. taken at the Halifax Hospital !II
just been laid down point by r Service Commission said I i
MULTI-PURPOSE I point by Dr. Joseph Seay. Execu- I yesterday that the group will seek I The Music Box, now located I' failed to reveal any broken bones. !
tive Director of National Home :, on E. Rich Ave. will move to I i ----- ---- I
and Property Owners Foundation.I I'C.a new Johnson secretary, who to resigned.replace Douglas I N. Woodland Boulevard whereremodeling ]!I of Port Orange for $6.850. R. P.I 1:i PUBLIC AUCTIONWe
Dr. Scay recommends (11 strict Nelson said that every effort II of a business! building I Bell, local realtor handled the
PRE-FABRICATED enforcement o( sanitary laws and will be made to find a local man is now being conducted. I sale. I have been ordered by the Alien Property .
codes' local authorities 121 : Construction of !
by :
a new buildingon
for the job and that advertisIngfor
Custodian to sell
to the bidder
highest for cash
passage of bill introduced by Rep. will begin immedi- N. Woodland Boulevard for I
Crawford of Michigan to establish ately.applicants, Jacobs Motor Service is nearing Jas. Gamble Rogers II I Lots 53 and 54, Lakeview Heights Sub. located
I local redevelopment agencies with I completion and will be occupiedby on the west side of Lake Roses
pcwer to take over slum and other the firm within a short time. Architects Engineers ,
ARMY SURPLUS blighted' areas clearing them and Airport Restaurant There the company will continue Building Consultants 1 The lots consist of approximately six acrqs.
I selling them to private firms for Under New ManagementSANFORD their present business of the Hudson I Sale will be held on the lots Friday, July lath,
erection of approved redevelopment ,, agency and a sporting goods POST OFFICE BUILDING at 3:00: P.M.

projects: 131 J removal of restrictions -The Flight at Deck the store. WINTER PARK. FLA. We reserve the light to reject and all bid .
I on home construction Lounge and Restaurant The foundation of the New 1 any *
BUILDINGS (41) dropping of present business I: Sanford Municipal Airport are Church of Christ has been laid We will be pleased to show this property.at any
controls. Dr. Seay avers land now under the management on N. Woodland Boulevard and time prior to sale.
I John L. Pike. Roy Browning
Realtors have been stressing this ; construction is expected to be
stated that the increased FlRi AwTOMOB vfrJURGUfty
point for some years, that old I s owner ;completed by this Fall. The new
activities of the airport of whichhe SuRCTY
houses do not make slums that $25.000 building the old tONDSn'NElLILEEt
; replaces
\ is manager and his school of I GEO. F. BRASS REALTY CO
the reason so many' urban areas, I u structure which has been moved
aviation made it to
r TT have deteriorited to slum ,condition necessary to an adjoining lot. I -,
make this change. I I I ; ; ? f sf 7,6* -- : REALTORS
is slovenly housekeeping and A new five-room bungalow on
COMPUTE WijRANCC fttof< 19 E. Central Ave.
I' .11 lack of proper repairs. With strict I 1007 N. Shayler St. was sold by I I I (( l" phone 2.3155
'I - :' ,. M U4SOO lOiMETCALf T-o ,_
r enforcement of sanitary laws and L. I Jacobs to Baron Thompson
I :'s-:;MJI: i' --- --
' housing codes additional alums I -- -- -
: can no longer develoP. I ,
......_.. * LUMBER '
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Jon W. Wright, Lakeland
has been named by ,
: Gov. Caldwell to serve on the Rubber like Asbestos _
Florida Real Estate Commission. Board 1-3
lie replaces ay L. Ilearln. Tampa Floor Runner I wear forever k- A f T_ _
resigned. Other membersare tt Ry
0. P. Swope. Orlnado ehalrI I 50c yd. $4.48
, V
man. and B. Bryant Merritt, for pine 4>S
Jacksonville.both Realtors.
Ii i SIZE 16k48'DELIVERED Carpenter's Hammers _1.25 1

Miss Brown Hand Saws 4.35 1

Rip Saws 4.75
Returns Home

495 00 ; PocketKnives Metal Lath, .
]iii With Guest .ax _

Wood Lath,
[Soecral to The Sunday Sentmel-Starl $1.50 upSet
Steel Tex.
SIZE 16'x16'C 't,, SANFORD-Miss Laura Mae I t>mr display
Brown returned Friday from Portland -
DELIVERED PRICE Ore., where she ,has, been I Rent,our FLOOR SANDER, ,
( teaching during the past year. She and POLISHER.

:; ; J. $225.00 '\<1 was teacher.accompanied Miss Jean by Porter an associate who will BeautifY EDGER ttoM old. 00<<1. It cost I I I # s .l t 714ir

: f'- spend the Summer,here with Miss. very little. I
l Brown Brown.and her mother, Mrs. G. H. II II I

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,Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers and I 4'r
TERMS' daughter Beverly left Saturdayfor I ro $
a vacation in Atlanta. Chicago SI
Detroit and Kalamazoo. Mich.. I II II t It
Dr. and Mrs. Luther Doss left I uP
Tuesday aboard the special train Tl1 II I I tJ
for Elks en route to the conven- I
:Y .. am. tion at Portland Ore. _
Mr. and Mrs.Harry Joe Minarik fie" v .. :
and infant of "fy ::"t y
daughter Atlanta
K1pMAMIUA: 'OPAMDOilOA/DAJMONI ?.7910 are visiting the former's parents. i 1 fn t
Mr. and Mrs.Michael Minack. Wall i St.:'l
UP 7 STEPS UP 7 STEPS I Gordon Brisson returned Friday ,
after several days spent at' the Size "I : .: -
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Paint Putty : ...,:rJ \. p< -' :
We carry a fun and complete tie i ':.L- ',Mtt
figs "
of paints and painter supplies. '- .. I )4 I
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k IUSINESS PROPERTY "TRIM 13c Lin.IT TOLB8ELF"ft. & up I I Your. REALTOR Is a Wise and Honest Counselor f

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Excellent opportunity to secure spacious air conditioned living quarters with store Cabinets$5JO Large stock lo e your savings in today's real estate requires the protection of.: i

building suitable for laundry s.lf-servic. laundry,'light manufacturing, or wholesale.' to $26elect from I INVESTING wise and honest counseL _:
Property consists of 3 stories. Finest type of f construction. Hollow tile reinforced con I 1

crete and steeL Rear of lot approximately SO x 64. 'feet. paved. Pick oat one. 12.25 Up _,!. His clear vision that sees property at its real worth is your basis for' .;

faith in the security of your investment. -
14 x 18 Galy. Louvres $2.70 1 -" '. <

FIRST FLOOR-ISO x 70 feet] Large private garage entrance to stairway passengerelevator 14 x 24 Galv. Louvres 2.95 His accurate knowledge of .the best available property in your community f

to 2nd and 3rd floors. and store room containing 2600. square feet with 11 ft. and its future valuation is your basis for faith in profitable buying. .

I In. celling. ,
"61" His proven integrity and established high standard of service to your i

SECOND FLOORLarge living room. dining room. and kitchen with built-in cabinets FLOOR community is the basis for your faith in a square deaL :

and sink. Powder room. two closets, laundry room houa.JiHper'room with bath and VARNISH ,
closet two porches [U screened ink large tiled sun deck. Your trust in your REALTOR Is well founded. His membership f
Vz ,pt. 55c :>> In the National Association of Real Estate Boards was i
061. .;t granted only after careful Investigation of his character and ;
Property located at 423 4th Street. West Palm Beach Florida. 1 pt. 95c .
Sealed bids on this property will be received by Ralph M. Hart. Executor at 711 ;1511 i ability. It.Is held only by strict adherence to the rigid code of t

Citizens Building. West Pahn.Beach. Florida to be opened at 3:00 P.M. on the after L >Qt.1.70Gal. ethics imposed by the Association. .

aoon of July 24.<< 1947. 6.15
yc For SAFETY e
Bids must b. accompanied by 10% of the amount thereof to show good faith. Terms ,

can b. arranged. Executor reserves the right to reject any or all bids and no bid under Full & Complete 1

SW.OeC.flO will b. considered. Line .of ': --I I 0V4d11gtc
Property was willed to Shrlners Hospital for Crippled Children: and bids, after being Roll Roofing and .

opened at 711 Citizens Building will b. transmitted to the officials of said Shrlners Shingles&Mi j -
Hospital for Crippled Children for their consideration and recommendation.

Open for Inspection July 16. 17. and 18.

RALPH M. HART.' Executor of the

Estate of ,Margaret E. Harriman. : i TUNE IN 740 ON YOUR DIAL FOR HOME TIPS AND TUNES :
Deceased. 'I
w.: N. Orange" at 4139 RailroadPhone I i WORZ THURSDAY 5:30 P.M. JULY 24TH '

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f C9rit&iT trnttnrl I i I. Kperlal Kotfces It. Beauty Parlors '117. Hauling and Moving_ 1 I I 19. Services Offered I,! 19.. Services ore I 11.I SUe Offered' I,. 'Service* Offered. .... 1 33. Articles for Sale

ORLANDO.'FLORIDAII. : ,.CONVALESCENT JiIOJd-WID open IMTTTKa-New and old Patrons toRuthS AERO MAYFLOWfcS TftANSTT CO CONCRETE FLOORS Dn.n.t.p. ',' HOUSES W UR with team. The PATNTINO-To pn. that sew wru.MB DRILLINO-WS spadsli3a .I .Pcl.Drtre. and B.r
July u'. ., Tkulwwta. Florida IIau. beauty. shop Under new I;I1.45, distsnce moving. Call Jolaer :! n..tonn. Rruon.II.. i property dream cam &o- look let v* Pa' for yen -.. .U diameter deep wells. 3". 2. : U..t. ; &
,PaI SUN..JULY H. 1MT .* N B. .. Orlando$ mile. S E.of ownership Vivian Laurence and Van and Storage service for free years bttatr. nt j I Whole outside of the houso took i Stasis P. & Contractor. end I'. Can install wU sad P..n . 2-172.
...rere. Lara 5cr... and open Msrsam Whldden. Ph. 4616. I ..tl.t also local moving. ..tore.e.t Trt.m.t.C. M Slid WI Part It too -been to the Dry Cleaners." I 1.3J. FHA pl.... Call .r wrtt.. AUTOMATIC BEAT-
.. WAT
_...* M an and enjoy the cool j ert. and shipping. 1400 CONTRACT BUILDWO of new homes 'I I Looks so crisp and new. TM taolude UPHOLSTERY CLEANED. Trrnttt Lemweod. T1 Po. O,_. .Electric 10. ..
Wee* off Lake Catherine Lara 15. Schools and InstructionAUTO 8. 7988DFEMS and repairs to home and building i windows and screen. Nothing- Ilk I RUGs fast servlre. WASHING MACHIHZ Mertland" Limited aaaottlr. bwttanmodiat
Expert ftJAA
.rownd* and aaf. lr.m autaowbilateaffM. t of any kind. T. F.Fullard. It ever before and It. cheap .0rm.n Ph. makes. ht.lt. Coaeeaatntterms.
Classified Lara. lobby and and DELIVERY Bnee. phone R.p.I fi.ne. Rouse Washing c.. 2-362S O"a.DtH.0tbP.tD. servlre. W.r.rkl. .n. Came
roams SCHOOL-Learn to drive. ; P. Orlando .. Bartons. ..
i __16... Can accommodate U Competent instructor prepare you 7673. light moving hauling. 3 z Am.I. .2It. XIHnl. I WInter Perk 93ntu .& CIoQ T.& heater Block *I3&.
I very load ; reasonable rates CLEANING AND PRESSING HOUSE 1
oat*. rtkke yoor rosereatlom at for StaU Driver Test. Orlando Auto In.url Cu WAR Br. .. RADIO and modera
I awe-
and will JCIATlOJ. I
\ ..,* Ovied .U8 or Dr. Martin.Ovtedo School; till 3.3111 or :l- *7t. FVfcTORI? VAN 4k 8TORAOB COI .- moo 7. carry Brine prices.a* your c .* e.-1 p......_* Lk work entrant***.I i . .' .STORAGE umN i I I U.e ntrl p...t. 7:IS
Jt ani.. wru P. O. Bo* U1n.laMa. I part loads _. pair en oU ttvm* end ear radine.$ r t hare lll I R.Sodera. .
I Autrey
SitlnaI.StarWantAd: Fla. Very reasonable. Lara ACCOUNTING School. International- Ennnetruif Correspondence Hub Id. o and .t..t CI. parlor CI.n Boon Call Puller ro114B. Park Av... &...e .01011. for Winter I, AaettenMr.. .
S.O.S service for caeet t* to to Phone C..I.ad 133 H.I' CONC WORK.'driveways; step ROM SERVICEOeneral repair Winter. Pfkph. 619 storage f.rhe Information call ;,I Sale C*.733 W. Ala
Schools. Veteran approved tO I S26 fn .. .
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Rat.. septic .. Pork i
this dorlwrCOTTAOtS New construction. Window 151.
". .. P.O. box 2r74 ph. 9282. W.II I .. RADIO SERVICE-An mke radio Qa.lr C..nu. ANTlQCJ BED Dal. C.r. -

._. .. .. ... for rent to UM movnUln* REAL kSTATX LAW and practice II0LD' Local modne'' r.b.a8U for Srr i I! and bonded raulkln Dowswetl. 'Poz" __. I II and phone*. *,. f UNDER Iron Works MANAGEMENT; expert weld-- I : and. m.tu I .
... ., H.aehe $801.A.UjUINUM
of n and Delivery back
W. Nenb Carolina Nine Preparation for Broker and Sales I P : pl.
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- Phv ill from 111..1... For Informaand .... available. A I CONCRETE FRS e& I t I workireatonabl all work O E. i iwrvire bl.ekmlhlnl. .ra..D. .
** Horn tee
study course now agent for m Lone Dirt i floors. IRONINO) band ; on ar't . PAINT a seralae eater
..... .. p. pt <_ reeervauoo. write Mr. W.POresS. I Major Crank.'139 .. Pino: 6566 Moving 506 Maeyjit. Dial 4965 I II I pour and fn.and steps For I I price Mrs. Daisy Poor, 1M 14. Phone Iron 8 Ruib .68 Outsid white best Slam,.
...... -.r.e ... .._.. H. C. price driveways estimate. call DunhamConcrete *r tames School. .w.od.... ._. & SERVICE :, Et : on. coat flat 222 W. Central
Travel Information I LSTA-Ia)> 2-211 .6 ..141 30. Good Places to 1.4. Phone 2-2317
If. Co.CTA I merelal I IOood
I Had..r.
and .
BOLDEX HnOirrS j li. SERVICE Fill dirt
t a D p* 164 ft** Jo. BarberShop. I J
= : : = I.... Snddath Moving & Storage Co.I reasonable. ATTIC FANS All from
f ** 10 has West Katoy: aad WmtmonUnd STRETCHING Expertly top soil delivered plaflti8p.etc 3.
__ I a..._ -..ds 1 .... of 21.<. at,..,. AIR RESERVATIONS. Svaniland Travel and Bureau.ticket anlinea. 30 '111 W. Columbia Phone 8154 AI feather pillows blanc',. Kesionsble r .L. *T'. guson Refrigeration Bervlc Ph. 9752 I IJtEFRlOERATION CLOVER ORILX ExecBcnt foR..b .I 48 la. W* win
--.. ..wS UI h&IsIs. -- LIGHT BAULXNO movinc. For kets. ..d a small rut. Quality iRC- prices prevail at estimate of compltto :=at
..* .....t.. lee .. IItI1 FO" aSTTEa kooJtJi VUrt awpervttamlaa. a. Pine Street Phone 5301. prompt .4 T. J. Thompson work .ul.. .. Ph 4713 L WI"oWJ-Jip A Rai. mercial and ._ u..r..L "The ba fo UI I' no cost. Tin. up *
| C.sU. D y6 MM * 91 Metcalf P.IId15s.PS. BUFFALO. ... y-w. passenierwented I .n.. I Service 2213 Edgewater Dr. 2-173. -I Orlando; work aaaranteed. A.. T.Bjasky. . to e.. Cto I Wfflard K..r. .
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: 14&1. to.help drive and share phone Block. dial U3e
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I Co.* "' Dos* $* Mo* s da* DRESSMAKING and alterations Ph. aerrWa. 2.T43. 8 Court. 'I CII.lto.a
twisi.a .... expenses; reference Leavinc July Work LOTS CLARE- Pop -1 i 3 year i I II Inch. 559j$
i4U Laundry .
$tlTUAL SZADIWOS.-.Deflp from Free U* :- RrGr-Uat. ATC PAN53
16 1309 W Prl..u'An. 11 .
107.D .
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... IS t 5 Rev. A. M. I .tm.t. I Roll Modem Aprttaaees
WMa a4 h P-m o am. Newton.
1M Ortu* | Phone II |I IUI.5.
$..... - s. -...- or..,.,. n D. *lt W. C.mr.l. 6837.aPENCSM : CANADA-1 passencers. share ci.penses WOWN wants laundry .t DRY1CLEANING only ,- 2.14. .oh. .lt.l. or built up and ..lo t tI 31. Good Things to Eat_ Inc.. 428 On. 23914I .
.. mad to .
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help i MIRRORS ; I *
.hs .sUaM .. ; drl. Iaaving .nr- vtas.Inn. rear. !I "mll Sons; 4688 I
MIa d TIM I NTIQUZS-.Estst. end art'p4i.Bar.
SUPPORTS -Intfivtdually experienced help and I window itoatn eiasa Or-.l I II
OrB.. $*** M U* (MM .**.. C........ Mr*. Warre }2O2: B.WasrtU. tic after. hIP 15: nferene.. Boa LAUNDRY WANTED to do at home.: '!, modern machinery Try ... UscDuflCleaners. ': landoOlasI&UIrOrWks order l8249_ I| SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED I Ilil CANTALOUPES. Standard crate oi&t.s. ".r J 11 M.
.. In 8.81cr.CHICAGO t experienced laundress. 'Apply cleaned State approved 2O l li tl 25 btra. Cash with orI I I I trader Arcade
1-3085. by .
Fhoi 1-3XX I corner r.o.1
Th W6BV.A4 DrttM to ..** L OT I 204 I Flntst :
Rld..o. MATTRESSES REnNISHZD- butlncu. Can 6730 r dcr. Blackrillc, 8. C.
(MM 6M a.a. t* S pdslIP.. SWEDISH MASaAOIx- arthritis; OR VICINITY Tauntentlemaa 'T25 8. Wrtmorl.n4 D. : Rosalind Phon. 2-106. BUrUser, I I Altennstt. Dia. PI C. I IORAOE. I ARMY LOCKERS. 24x3Ss79.. 8U18x24x7 :
... ... desires ride; help drive.R.I.renee I "Ulm.a' II OrID. for service Orantei. Ordeal! Plenty *. 87 JO. PrMce Orsese
day ana S h 11 ocrtttr *le derlsln,. Mis OltWrs. ELECTRICAL REPAIRING and house 'I *.
.. exchanged. leave about ; 19. Offered i lahla. I.t. '; SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED; everything We deliTsr. Phone 4232.SO Blossom Trail at 2OO 8tP .
I20d W. Tai A. 2O118. Miller WUlls..Eleetrtfal
De4ua tat *..*.* rMf Bt. July 18th. D. J. Connor. Ill K. Senlf wtrint. CaU 4514. sewing machine .D lt.n b.lt ma- I(I pumped and P. J.Burt. I W Central.TURKEYSSOC.
... ..... Ladle .nl Ip. Park Lake, call_9I4t Monday.CAUORKIALeavthg button Cont.ctor.JUCRIC chine. "OM. ID.pectl.. ...I .. ..hal.t bondedInsured I AUTO Id Boxm-Oond =
"1-- S'S ........ .. ....,. wP-6.sl1: ,. Retlstered Smrveyor.S around July ALTAnONs drss.tln. CLANE SERVICE Mattress Co-. 1122 2-1 i I .Penornt. Box II i iJ pound; finest euali. Thermos Jugs. 1 gaSsa. II
........- .I .., -- Ih Ckmrebi aad Mala Arcaoo. mess 18. can lake 2; share expenses. Edsewater: Ferr...Fashlonette.Collese 22021 .nlin. Hooverparts I I 221.OlIC _. I Rut. 23 2-71.doss IT r.lnl. Poultry P.n.9827. -I Bumby H.r...let W C
. Sd. .. ... -..tI-.... .. tS44.1Z. Phone 305W. Winter Park I D. Prk. Pr modern cU MACHINES KEPAIBED-Owr I J I or FOR TOUR PAT er for home APARTMENT- COTTAGE
'S .ss.ssMbs. f*( isip" h. ADVICE TO BUILDERS-And. Supplyeuotatlons. the .utbrla Hoover service .,, ...rato. Check wIth I and removed.. J..ttr. nUb1. _Fresh, .. Jute*. Call Small range*. both aaa *
..reset IMNUM. Last and Found ( DETROIT.Week, of MICHIGAN July 14th. Man pauensers.to assist and Nebraska. See Mr. Igou at_M___ i station .. 61O4 or > .."I. . ....&phone I .nl. .0. 851. 0 Leon's. 5 W. Central; phone 4232 I I I Complete kitchen wMb :
FURNITURE and 8158 TEE WORKD.n..o. o.10 range sink and
T.. Ca. Place T..rVYaatAd with drivlnt. leaving from... .Orlando.. AlLIS SERVICE and .RAE. rel all mas- 3 Articles for Rent ,I'b.ten. Heating c.I..
BILLFOLD LOST ta Princeton School J. E Thomas. Rt. \. .b..r& CL&R lah. Io. mo..r. .. PAINTINP- rtfn. I perts Call Farrea Tree Surgeons.! % a
I aection. IdentUi- tr.cor. .alt Austin . system. oI Wo."AI-
y Telephone tat_*; 3.1253.Vlubl- papers. 4 ORAND RAPIDS. Via LoulsvUl Indianapolis. I( 'P.r ". p.e Co. 40 2rtiaN& ._:4 JamonLPhon. Porrhes sonry "ndo.To. ccreened.Bonded Winter Pak 21.DEwom.. _ _ _ _ CATERPILLAR DBy .0.month i'': N . .
Dial 41S1II.JUkygltters South.Bend. Kalaroaioo. 1 Robinson; phone213.. I III -:UPHOLSTERY ..dor.. ... J. Barnee 74S2. TREES taken or acre. Stomp ,i >4 4APPLIANCISFor
().TRAnD--ol..p; rope 01 Take 1)) leave soon. CaU Winter Park RnD down . and bog disc 10
len kind ..*. Leonard Frank north 1 U.-.. 824 H. Orlando Ave.. Wlater II WNINOS., pRb. curtains.Full Venetian ofmaterial. piece bedroom .ule PLUMBING REPAIRS and isSue ,' ton. P .. B.u.h I ru.. lu 4JOO also b.ro.dosI I I I
blinds conrln. 2 suit 1512 5.Westnoreland I 525. Imm.rl. I. 71. Ib. aa.t Immediate de-
ond of Lake Oandy. LockharU CaU ParkHAVANA.. ln. 14:0. ple. living room tanks built and -
c..e ea blade. A. 1302 Pea
Orlando 47M. Phono 9826. Frid. A.D.I' _. . Shop. Ph. 2-1Y ; ph. I I' TREES PALMS TRIMMED and I 1.U.
-OUU Car I CUBA-All-expense tours. i Co. 432 S. Hmhey. P.al. 153. moved. Bonded. John Newton. An. Winter Park, ph 72! ,
COWS STRAYED black AnsttS.Us LaDler Travel !Service.! 30 11:. Pin FLOOR SANDING AND FINISHING PLOWDJO. DISCINQ and rotary tin. Irvin Street. Please phone :I FLOOR also cabinet Conloa
edger lesser
I' ACETYLENE and electric welding: i im.ehn I with
BAIT AMD CHILD car*. Br day. In ruht ears brand HW onrlsat Street Phone Prompt service. lIo.r e.lp log 1 large acrease Phone 3"1APpk. 214. 6E.. floor polisher. ;I-,I the t..rT oa SOo
week *f IIMr. !a mr home Excel.lewt i blpa.. *...rd. C. N. 505th.L15sw.sd HAVANA and 1301. boat | work on pump saw mill, ment; portable power .a&E..blt. .. PO Box 81 ZellweodPADJTWO UPHOLSTERING We completelyrenew Wyckoff Hdw. 2324 Kuhl 2-2821. I I I back .ad. roB re ItktjawbJae
naasau by or
car* .,....... It] S. Harvard; I 1 i eon.tteto. m.ehlDrp. ed 1933. Skilled 9x13 cellins and your fumt.r. from top to .
I plan Call Orlando Travel Service, . Me at either slow or
I Bun.facing rm. bottom for FLOOR SANDERS New
.1..ln..1 Floor Many "Open fa
r..t. KI Stevens .
.JlM.CO. FOUNTAIN FEN Sheaffer. In Peat 1118 I .. bonded: In.ttrd. "01". 812. lawTOteS. p.t.ra. I ... A.re
E C.aUa dial 9504.IOwleaviiaitout Sty Machine Worts. Co. Phone 6S82 .u. Inspection" Rus 1 1i Co. 1122 new edser :I Rfrlnrt-2 -f .
: cmmoc* ear of ehiidre. t* ...orner&ader.arC. pleue, pboM. 893O._ July 20 T.t APPLIANCES REPAIRED- I It i ti8ANDING.fIflhShifleBnd I ..xtelon.M T.r.: I dM.cI 1 w. rharh. 9.99It w.nr.. i C. R. Burk. 1805 8 BumbT T8J1 Colin. W.I 21 a.
iiMif home*, fey day. nowweek. 2. driver toaatero. irons and lamps Ph 8186 I .. .t..d 228.FNO m.ke-W.k. - -
work euaranteed. FLOOR SANDER-Easer and polish.
..ds oe ....n. r..... ':WO GLASSES LOST-Heavy tortoise shellfrsm ences exchanged. I.u.tn&. St. Johnson Electric I Co. 23_E. Church.: !' Ical-d AU. Bass Floor BurI -I TUNING. Expert.,. repairinc.Becker. Phone 2-. 'I CPHOLTEGU. cover refj j er All new. Arnold Paint Store | lesa ,w.1 L . -
441 N. Huh I
readlnf. Probably la wooden .
Cloud. 407 B Oranie 2-318
[ Artcraft Decorator 41S W.Central.
CHILDREN BOARDED-Also canc for Instruction J lEians. Amntca meet
alat.n. ft..r. Box 1M tar. p 4118. Summer ratea St I I .
b, Itowr. day .r week. Saporvlaed .. IDIJUPU DID.-Leaving July I' kind of clock or electrlo equip-1 I and rfn .101. 2-23:3. FLOOR SANDERS-Two. new. Two burnIng Heater .
.toy at all tl M. WtU hIsmeeds .tet. WATCH-Ma a IT Jewel whit passengers. Share ment. We fix everything. Barker B i 1 PCRNITE P.AlE I, : VENETIAN like new t edser and two pU.hu. lo rent ,1 forced &e1 heat. .
", a. ....... AT*. Winter Park. H..II.. ... At. or near ExpoalUoaPerk \ expenses: references exchanged Mrs. I pair Shop. 48 W. Central Pb 7 69' Is.d. Tlndsll Furniture. Co.. 2323 M.I PLUMBING REPAIRS \ Ke. for } Lowest BUW.d. Call at reasonable r. Lb Powerful b.t .. blower kn**.
I ". Reward Ph 2-429O I Flossie Weaver. P.O. Box 76. Chuluota. APPLIANCE SERVICE-Ranges. fang. |j I Oranee Call 6546 I promp guaranteed. . Pbo. I I Adams. Ph. 558. i.W. Central. Orjlands. Co. N Orange Railroad I sontal heat chaatbar. don -
WRIST WATCH LOST Lady' i Fla _,__I 172 Ora..d.I FlaVENETIAN. 1 .
i I washer radios A appliances FURNITURE REFINISHED-Now using 5: i i TYPEWRITERS For Rent-by day or U-shaped golden frsao.
I CHILDREN BOARDED Da*. week JI.....: near corset .. South and MnXEDQEVILU Oa Middle ...,|! Adapting oil lamp electric method of metal webbing BLINDS MANUFACTUR-i l Office Equipment Exchange. I I .flow actS.. .
Beat at.*r*. 102 East Mlchlaaa Or..... Phone (141. Mis Bentler.i Pick service. .. new I month .
lady desires up aientt. 220 i
u..p.U. i .pe.ltr. which Is rot hold. spring ED at 1739 Kuhl AT* See w about 8. Main: Pntrl.
9*. 10644.AV shar expenses. Pi Park Harl 2213 Edgewater Dr.. ColI .1 firmly always .'prof.Open for Inspection" PLUMBING SUPPLIES-Installation Bestslum. basswood or cedar blInds.Vector I l 8850I II') 5 1.lu of fuel ..I.. haM-

and ml liM ear of tnfsata andehlldngv. i I! It. Beauty Parlors I. 'I I I.. 2-1972 RUM Y.Ur.Co-. 1122 W. Church I bath and kitchen price o Installed Call 8053. I TOOL RENTAL-Paint sprayer; all: gust P..c 1..di..
Anderson YORK CITY about I BULLDOZER SERVICE Clearing.I Z."tln.fo ,
10O BV. Dial NEW Le..n. 2.221. to WASHING j| saws ;
month. REAI bDe.
AMMERMAN 2O E. Pin. 10* to pay. WCE P.U
., July 21st. Take 2. Shar expenses, I grubbing and grading. Also SpeI -' l.tU.lo. AU flooring mixer'
231k discount ... .*.... Limitedtime References exchsnged Call 843> : work and palmetto rake. Phone FLOOR SANDDOfn. do.a Llbby .Freeman. 711 . .nc. Rarru. misc Tonne Walter 3 WUcox IBC. M I
I dells pick up I Rental. 100 .
only. Five experienced operators. I 4427 after 6 P m. 2-1' 2. W. a.tePLT .n. I.D. To Pounded
11. Special Notices Pl.o... 0462.AsafticAs. WILMINGTON. N. C. via 1..h yrs experience. Mo.r eulpm.nt.Work 2213 .Dr. College Pak W.sln.ton. '32. .01 lU.
and Charleston; driving 1th. BUILDING HOMES from 86000 UP guaranteed Le.nld Promp 2-1972. I TYPEWRITER RENTALS Special
.AMANDA BRADFORD-Piyrnl* rosd$161 6LAUTTBAWN4414: take 4. e.1 8284 I PitA or O. financIng.Gardner I,I service C. R .. 8:1. WASHING i rate. Check
W. Church opposite' Rialto Theater. t Estate. 29 8. Court PATCHING by an expert MCa REAII mot al t.rrl ATTIC atakM. "a| *fii
elreJo S JO 1ii. Ml West Co- ,
clean Service PAA
'litmbla Av*.; 2-233L Bonnie Robertson and MarsaroiBrown. 4 ._phone !I I rpln. Orlando Bom 0. m.tu. t.a 1 Free sees
phono sliced Travel Bu. 30 East 2-448. ing. waxing. Exclusive agent for Maintenance: guaranteed. Al WI.la. 2014 E.I phone $150. 1 neared a
For appointment ph. *31. tnstaBatta
U4. ..
Street. Phone 9301. CLAY ROAUS BUILT-Also lime rock Flor-Co guarantees Perfect Ave. ..
S..le I.ley ...
ADVICE PsvchU reading dsily. PLUMBING SERVICE-West Central I 1 Electric 3S6
TM I .. Thur. CHARLOTTESEAUTT SALON paring with nr.ee tr..t.nL t you who desire i WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIR department. Articles for Sale O.._
circle p 2:30: l Plumbing It Heating Co. 1> M, r 3. ARMY
.. .. McCrory Bldt. upstairs with 17. Hauling and Moving Work .u..nt.ed. Bubr. sUp Quality EUm.t I Pickup and delivery '
.. I P 44 H W. Church. Rm Miss Hilda Mock Manacer. An work son Ine Phone free LUn. For. Co.!I Bryan Day 2-2236. Night ',36.. Iak Oo. _.

II Ree. 'bern. office phone 7088 I eated .for by experienced. ..pereton.j ALLIED VAN CONCRETE SERVICE 13. Floors. rof.. I Established sine P!2S 1809 N. 0 I P PAINTERS A"ABL esti I 1 service service. at Reasonable McElroy' price Pharmacy AUTOMATIC SI.95: new ::: at.,
BOAT TRIPS from lolL Ira to Bilvel \ Phone 4014. largest lo.e L.IC.-N.to'. dnf..r. ,"p and walkx. ange Ave. phone I' mates. Arnold t1. S.Oran 8. Orange Phone 2-3186 ; Bottled (as. WAn.HAT comfort 82; ..
Spring through MM beautiful Ok- I RAT'S BEAUTT PARLOR-All types Call Fidelity Storage WarehouseCo .. .. workmanshipand HOME CLEANED and repaired m .e. phone 2-3'81. equipped el. price. 717 E. Washington St. t.r.an.D.. ...
are .
Iswha Itl..,. Wlso Boat Works.pttooe I permanent .w..... Pro-heat and for free estimate on your long material Free estimates For I II out. Licensed and PAINT ESTIMATES-Color ...ne WE DRNGW.deep wells. Any .St. .
3723. lolL Dor. Fla. cold wave a specialty. Dial 4222.: i distance moving. 6l W. Jackson cor ..work of all klpds call 6780 ed Oale. phone 2-2037. tions Reliable painters recommended -> sIze up to I No water no pay ATTIC VENTILATING ASBESTOS 8IOTJSO aM t-W
C. L8T ENS-Broker: I hat 38!_East_Pine. One place .al,. St Phone 2-3184 I o : Buchanan Concrete Co. HUGHEYS ROME REPAIRS-From I Hatch. 6001 At OUdden Nothing do.Inel.. & pay Cooleaire. C 8YSTn-i Asphalt sbjlasles aa4 eel -
..*.., a. R...l Estate end Incur-4 4 PERMANENTS -Machine or machine I ACME DELIVERY SEVICL.1 CABINET AND MILLWORK to special I front to back from rof to cellar PUMP REPAIING-Pr expert pump Belmany WeU moaU. Pump ,in your home with ..r* ka 907 W. Par A... P..... 2-3>>4. Charm Salon. SO W. Amelia. ice and reasonable rates. Ph. 9240. Co. Mills and Nebraska. : work guaranteed. CaU 6026. 138 W. South 8t. phone 13520. Old Fla. Ph. 7087. 428 N. Orange; phone J-2IU.AppU.n. [Continued On Next Page]

r Electric Rentals 'Zoning Changes Dr. Lee Nichols To Dedicate Legion Backs Woodall-Magenheimer I

Orange City Baptist Mission Wedding Set at DeLand Tod a y'

jj Approved by Board Law Postponed ty' L VIDA CHISHOLM I,i I Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Roy Davis and School ArtS [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-StarJ buttons to the waist In batfc
I [Special' to The Sunday Sentinel-Stor] daughter Mary Ann of DeLand. I PELAND-With her brother the illusion Insertion fG tfee .
ORANGE Lee Nichols : were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.

r rSpecnj to The SuvJoy Sentinel-Star] I (Special t T Sundoy Sentinel-Stor pastor C-D. Bapi ; Thornleif Eriksen. I [ to T Sunday Senbnel-Stor] Rev. Comer W. Woodalt and the straw neckline.picture She wt trimmed wear a BJgtUi wtUi

DELAND-Pending an agreement for a new franchise I DEPoposed changes In i' tit Church of Daytona Beach, Misses Harriett and Edith NEW'SMYRNA BEACH The i Rev. E Nash Philpot officiating pink flowers and white irrtgwnrtar

between the Florida Power and the of DeLand 1 have charge of the dedica- Trumbell were visitors In Orlando I 'Miss Lula Ruth Woodall will become ,
Corp. City the recommended ordinance revilIng Mis- American Legion the latest or- Her white prayer book will be *-
lion of the Baptist recently.I i
services '
the City Commissioners Friday gave their unanimous approval the city zoning laws Fdaynight I sion Church today at 3 pm. He !,I I Mrs.D. Dealy h returned from I gal\on t join in the move i the bride of R. ThomasIMagenheimer i iI I Ii ped with white roses from wWghstreamers
for ordinance the electric heard by the City I of DeLand in a of pink satin
passing an charging company were I will be assisted by Rev. R Grad Brooksville. Ind. 1 to reinstate courses in the New ..

a monthly rental for each light pole within the city miioner. thus causing passage Snowden. evangelist, and M. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wright of i Beach a School._ I double ring ceremony In the Trinity Her only orament w b .
until Smyrna High Methodist of DeLand cameo heirloom .
be postponed i
limlta. Mrs. Forest song of D. C. are guests of Cuc
: the law.o can be studied. DeLand. Tout Wahgn i The school board recently order- I this morning a. Following the ceremony a.- .

This will be approximately 50 I The public hearing on the measure H.Jackson has accepted Mrs. Beatrice who has Miss Frances will be ding berakfast will atCondon's
emu per pole for the 1.823 poles I Ms. W. Braxton. -I i ed the courses stopped for next I.n. b'
now used by the Secretary was attended by more tan a piton in the office of a De- i ben visiting her daughter Mrs. -' year but local organizations have maid of honor daughterof Restaurant fe i.
power company
residents pressing 'II Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bartow' Decorations of Summer
In the a dozen r. Hooten, has returned to asked the School Board to .
city. The amount will approximately for changing the existing proposal ,I i Byrd Nettles was In Tampa lat ;' Westville. Fla. i I 1 I reconsider Count '! Woodall of Dotham. Ala. She wU I will be used on toe UUca.

total the IS 600 per Of Red Cross which had been revised by the I i week to Join the Army. I Mr. and M. Al Burnham of The Legion, acton Friday wear a pale blue Crepe dress I The bride-elect attended Five-
offered I
the .
year by power company commissioners to Include, a n w- George Hillshimer Sr.Mrs. Lake Helen making arrangements I'I I night, voted to name a committee i short sleeves and round neckline. land Collegeandiiamombor.(

r for a renewal of the 30-year "A-B" residential area which E. B. Chalker' and sons Richardand to open a lunch room herein I I ,The fullgored skirt will be street the Buines Prcfistteiiil W
To soon to meet with the local school I a
rmnchlM which expired: last June. Resign would require a minimum of 800 I Ronald. all of Miami are I the building formerly occupied I to ask that art be put back I length With her ha of matching mans Club cHIt 8 P -

F1a.l advptUn .1 the revenso10e51rS r square feet for one story residences - guests of Mr. and Mrs. George by the drug store. brd. school next I nowtr she will white gloves I, At present she is e a.

will N carried ..t after Spe<
the tit, attorney baa checked NEW.SMYRNA BEACH Mrs. I die area between the 1.200 square | Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Walker and his home in Washgnr D. C. yer. P-TA. shoes. She will carry a buque of :, Mr. Magenheimer tgn-

the legality .f the BMVC.Aa I Eugene Hodges, who has served ,' feet recommended for "A" zones L'! family of Cumberland. Md. are ,>!i His sister Alce Sadt. accompanied Club Kiwanis have taken and Rot Club: pink car.ton. sled from Oreenvide. KW, .

the Red Cross Chapter as Its executive and the 400 required for "B" dist- guests of Mrs. Walker's paent. him In I'I .acton : b Robert M. school Aftr.m'a
original proposal by City! 1 rtcts. I; Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Norfolk. Va. I,, the course I Woodall. brother the bride. :half
JoII1' Fred Oroaa that the charge secretary for the last three I and Paul Burnander Miss Bobble spent Saturday :- The members authorized a life : year Ar .
I Renewed protests la the adoption M. Ms. Bstck - I Alva C. Clifton and Hubert S. TaI Corps he Is -
of II Per pole per month be made years will resign effective Aug. 1. i of Jacfcsont in membership for Perry
of 1,200 square foot minimumrequirement Orlado. I Capman i i ton Jr.. will serve ushers. ,j Grocery here.
.a* vigorously opposed by Com.I II I I At the chapterS executive board j for "Azones were t t vllle. were recent guests of his.i Miss Bobbie Guy of Columbus. !:i i who was responsible buding 1 Nuptial music is to a be furnishedby I Out-of-town guests .

I Hokkn who saidSuch a charge'1not '}I meeting Friday' night. Mrs. Hodges made by.former City Atty. Sidney mother. Mrs. P. Burnander Sr..at Ohio is visiting her parents Mr.I,I the Legion stdiu north thi, Mrs. George Dannal In front I Rev. and Mrs. Comer .. w

only would be unethical but)! asked to be relieved of.her duties. Taylor who stated he owned con- the home of Mr. and Mrs.T. Erik- and Mrs. R. Guy here. city, more . .year ago. '' of the altar decorated palms, of Elko. Oa. Mr. Mr*. a

I X consider It desptrablt. because of Ill health. Mrs. Roy 'siderable property in the Forest I sen. I Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Jernlgan I I white gladioli and wit I A. Cox. .a :
I I MontO
Holdea contended that by chart Lawrence was appointed to serve Hills section-proposed "A" zone I Mrs. Rose Laufer of Miam ad have returned to their home in F'' The bride ha chosen astr.strt : and Mrs. Al.. W
Mrs. .
Inc the power company twice ax In her place temporarily pending 1-and that such a strict requirement Mrs. Irene Gonderson Orlado. Pierce. I Lawson length dress of white repe. The b urne. P1*. and Mr. sad J .

much a* usa offered In the proposed 1 the approval of her appointmentfrom was out of reason. fitted bodice features self covered Woodfm Cox. GrtfevUJe. ?la. -
fraMh..... the City would :
( national headquarters. Other recommendations Included -
toe --artm like a fellow who never, changing Stetson Home Estates Little TheatreTo Hostess
I The following committee chairmen
Board Sets New
preaenu a bin for payment InIPUe I were named: Richard Paxton. from a proposed "A" classificationto Baptist Dr. Mrs. Allen
of repeated request and Group. ,
: first aid and water safety; Max : AB.W.. Minnesota Ave. between : At Luncheon ,
when he finally doe make out a Present
Orange Ave. and High St. To Attend MeetIn
Kreis. disaster Mrs. Theo Jernlgan. -
bOI he charge you Interest on It" i
home nursing: Mrs. C. A. PitI from Bto "A-B. Elizabeth ly HELEN SNODGRASS Holds Meeting

It A fee ...**..raWe l. the pre. I tenger, knitting: Mrs. Lucille Hall i Pak and Keystone Height from 'Summer Zoning HearingS (Soeciol to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Copenhagen

..... fraMhtee wa agreed .,.. motor corps; Miss Elizabeth Firt- -B" to "A-B.f Th reques\ Play ENTERPRISE-Mrs. Sam'Lawson IT MILDRED. GEORGE

fcr Bit the e...ml*...Rfft ar a sche. publicity. were made by men was hostess to the Home Demonstration [Speckjl to Sundoy Seotmet Starl f TcoetioI to T*>e> S.f>4ov Seynne*.SBrlDELAND ) .
I fair and equitable arrangement At the next meeting. Aug. 8.jority of the undeveloped propertyin (tSoenat' to T Sunday Sentinel-Stor] [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Tuesday. :- T -Dr W. S. ABstt, BxWaV

I .f deriving ...1,. needed revenue chairman will be named for the the section. I DEFt opening of the DAYTONA BEACH-The City ;,, Mrs. Cub Kendal Home | OS-Te Women's Missionary ident of Stet U". .

t fee the cIty dnrlng the rentlnnedtrUd Junior Red Cross committee.. nu-' Stover Little Theater during the :' Planning Board at meeting Friday -Demonstration aet. themin <, Society met Wednesdayi Mrs. Allen, Ie. .
I .. MeotlaUeau ; i Quilting. All and ; at the Baptist New York City whore
tritton. home service and produc- ExResidentsVisit i Summer session at Stetson, Uni- night voted hold further i CU ..
The power company's proponed' tion committees. I versity since 1939 will held t guests enjoyed a covered dish. !! Mr. and Mr: had board the Q.

franchise' and the recommendation I The board Friday night approved IJul7.2. b public hearing on the entire Ridge- luncheon together. 'a guests recently Mr. and Mrs. route to .

ef a municipal distribution$ system sending William Shafer.captain !| DeLand when the theater presents wood Ave. zoning. question, next Rev. Mark Carpenter of San- I Fan Burch and daughter Fran World AllianceCopenhagen. 0.

i by the engineering firm of Burns I, of the life guard. corps, and OlenUathews f Your Uncle Dudley. Dr. Irving Friday night at 8 pjn. at City ford wa a visitor Wednesday. Mr. R. H. Johnson of Jacksonville .

and UacOonald both are In the Jr. B corpsman to an I I [Soecial to The! Sentinel-Star] Stover announced yesterday. (' Island Recreation Hall Thelma Eubanks of Vero ,' Miss Betty Carlisle ofHollywood Dr. and Mrs. Allen ..

j 1 funds of the 11-man Citizens aquatic school In Brevard. N. C, ;, DELAND- S Mrs. L. Ken- I Cast for the comedy is as follows ! i The board hopes to Information Beach is visiting her mother Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. N. E the conference at u. .
secure John Light.
the university
Committee appointed by the this summer. Financial and other nedy and daughter Peggy former I : Jack Causier of West Palm Fell of ,Gainesville. 1"Incude -
Mayor to make a final report to aid was given to 30 cases during DeLand residents now living' in 'i Beach in the title role of Dudley to draw 'w1 enable them Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harris of Mrs. R. W. McCuIlough and a short J.-

the OommUstonen, As to wether or June. Mrs. Hodges report for last 'I I Atlanta are visiting here. '!' Dixon Majorie Merrill of the Stetson I for the up a r of zoning pole,I Winter Park visited Mr. and Mrs.' daughter Mrs. A. Hought. returned returtc AU. .

not a municipal ""owned distribution month showed.There Is a balanceof i I M. and Mrs. Harry Brown and ; faculty a Dudley's sister and such a rsident prove the area. sld. I Ij | M.Mr.H.Ryan and Mrs.Wednesday.H. C. Peterman Thursday from Augusta, a Pes. visit It..
system would be feasible or $2.150 In the chapter treasury and Mrs. Leslie J. Virginia Giffon the grand I I ( Ga. .

f. to Beeept the proffered franchise according to the report of H. F. Dyer have returned to their I mother.. a j Secy. Francis R. Mills & ', and Theresa and Carroll returned i- Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Weir doknl at SouthaM$3I .8 .

by the Florida Power CorA.I i i Holton. treasurer. I homes after visiting In Centralia.ni. Supporting roles will be playedby directed to send letters to all !:,I I Wednesday Ralph Couliette from Georgia.returned Thursday daughter Patty and son then proeMrf .BM
for the
I j Tom Perrin. Johnnie Mires. property owners on Ridcewood I Tmp were weekend get of I' hagen el -
I W.: E. Gamble and daughter. Es- Allyn Thompson. .MariUa' Lane, pointing out that the meeting' 'I Marlanna.from a visit with h parents IIi i iI Mrs. E. S. More. t to .

Earl Maze KeenConklingEngagement tell. of Plant City are spending the and Colby Sincai. i will be restricted to coning matI I I I Mr. and :Mrs. S. P. Darlington I: Mrs. P. T. Piety was in Eustis I 'ek. in He Amsterdam. New Tnfc ataxt

I weekend as guests of Mr. Gamble's i Every membr the cast hasappeared iris only. I, visited and relatives in St.. I last week. from wt r.
sister. Mrs. C. H. ,. Little Theater friend Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crofut of b.
Batman. prevou The letter the weekend. '
Visit state that the tersbug
Makes The Baptist Stover said. w1 Lake Helen and Mrs. Emma Marvin I
board can consideration Vernon Hardln of Miami visited
t membr at Stetson University Jack Causier recently played the to the engineering angles of thestreet his mother Mrs. Hugh Hardin. of Orange City spent last I II The Wardclls
week with Mrs. Leila Wood.
day" Saturday to leading role in Blythe Spirit and
St. CloudI Announced I the width of the I Thursday and Friday.
At Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sutton and
j clean up the BSU grounds and put The Skin of Our Teeth. or the type of parkway Mrs. Cornelia Priddy returned I
i t the finishing touches on the parkage or- from B' stay with her son.Herbert daughter visited h parent Mr. Return Homer
tt TTTOSVLLLE Mr. and Mrs. which
development are and Mrs. R. S. her
r iOt< *> The S.1dOy Ssntinr1-Sov1' James Paul Keen of Summit 1 If;house.newly-decorated student union :i New Smyrna Shriners I' subject whch Plan! and h. family in Port Arthur. parents. Mr. and Suton.. F. Burke. r 'T'' 'o T'; Surxlov SefltSWt.S5 l fjr1ST

CLOUD-Earl Maze with I Point. W. Va.. announce the engagement Bard's have Williams is convalescing .
ST. Attend opinion Miss Eva -
i friends In Ga. Club Dinner bn' .
Valdot,. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Jones were w. B. MB*
has CM.
Marines, of their
th. Merchant, returned daughter. MU1'Stuart requete. a tonsilectomy with her .
t 0 Mobile., Ala. for sea duty to Virgil Best Conkllng. i Mrs. E M. Weeks.Dr. : [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Stor; ] I Te also voted turn visitors in Orlando Friday. ate. Mr. and Mrs. Williams. linger JgjM. aft -.-
I Mrs. Joe Taylor are en t I Paul Hutchins of Gainsville R back from Penasyra -
ann a alt here.MUs i son of Mr. .and Mr .Homer C. | NEW SMYRNA BEACH A applications from Individuals -j f I wa .
Barbara Mace has enrolled Conkling of this city 'I rte.. to Rheste. Minn. where I group of local Shriners and their requesting zoning changes ]'I:.visiting friends Thursday and Fri- Waht D. C. _ _

*t a buslneas college In Orlando.''{I I I The bride-to-be Is a member of \;he .i res work at Mayo 'wives attended a dinner given by until after, the hearing Friday. day..M.and Stedron- Permits Issued For 'a ln. 0. -
George and
Mr., and Mrs. Morris Radabaughcf the nursing staff of the Johns I Clnle j the Jacksonville Shrine Club at They made th1 stand despite efforts .- Mrs daUt..
I Mrs. Phillip DeBer- family left Tuesday to return from N.
here on1'I Hopkins E the Bath and Tennis Club in by _
Columbus. Ohio are I Hospital. Baltimore. Md. Daytona Cunningham and ,
_ _
I aid Friday for. to Chicago.Mrs. New Houses
Four Mrs. Stewart wmM

their honeymoon guests of Mr. Mr. Conkling is''a practicing attorney Jet Newpor. R : Beach Friday night. John Fraser to force through a
uncle. Homer EU : h .The couple will have Ralph Stult Jacksn- Heading the local delegation zoning changes. Cale'Conrad and son son have returned to D J
dsbsuzhs re. nIle Is visiting "Mr.I : Connie. S. C. Lawsonwere fSpec;of to The Sunday Sentinel-S'orl Ala., after a here. .:
family. ; a mid-Summer wedding. parent. I were O. D. worshipful The Ridgewood Ave. question Ma. vt
tuid.<< i and Mrs. Carl Ha. callers in Friday. : NEW SMYRNA BEACH Four Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs., Henry Evans of I 1 master of the Order, has been a sore spot with residents D I
Birthday greetings go today loa Manc Mr Robert Oxendine and chil more new houses are going up i son of Balm __
Baa Ditto. CaL. are visiting rela- j Sappmgton Elected Mrs. J. W. Tanner Mrs. J. t I, and Mrs. Hian were M. U.along S. the stret which Is part of Marianna vit frend New Smyrna Bach City hall per. Mrs. Catherine l. .- __

I U.... and M. Mr. and Mr. running through Wednesday enroute revealed the ollow-

I Mrs., Ouy Morgan, of Alexandria. Church Class Head 'Johnson Thomas O.Bernice Atwo. Mon-and E. . Mr. and Mrs. G. E. a valuable residential area. Objec brother. Fred Harris I Winter.mit Wilbur Frel. Atlantic Ave. gone to nUb. _ _

Va. U here. Qe(iol! to The. Sunday Sentinel..Star] I day's list are Grace Lee Barren.Margery Folk L. J. Byrum. W. M. Skipper.William ton have been raised about Park.Mrs. I $5.000; L. Ho.Lovejoy SubdivisIon sol M. B. _

Mrs., Ova Baker Is home from I NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Ralph C. West. Mrs. C. S. Brad- Baader. Mr. and Mrs. W. widening.by the State Road Dept. .. Charles Carter and Miss $ ; Lange. River Iln. H._ _ _

IndianaI Sapplngton Is the new president 'ley. Marie Mallally and. Zeno S. Settle, Howar Matews and Katherine Boyles of Orange City side Park Subdivision ".00; are back a M 11-

I Mrs. Emma Mason Is a patient of the Young Adult Class of ,the ,Perkins. ,I Mrs Bld. Rev. Charles To Speak I were visitors Friday.Carraway August Samec. Iesbr. $.00. Mr. and Mrs. Julia i.
a' Kbsimmee hospital. being *ertously -j -
P. .
First Methodist Church elected Pfc Palmer Tlllis. son of and Other ed In BradentonNurses
I At
I ill.Charles. Hurst the only boy I during a covered dish supper and 'Mrs. J. J. Tlllis, is Mr Edgewater Youth Group Meeting of VFW Higgins Cole. New Smyrna Subdivision.garage _ _

j meeting at the church annex Friday next week from Fort Bragg N. C.. periol! to The Sunday Sentinet-StorT $1.50; M. B. Jones. 800
Ocala Convention
St. Cloud to to for ,
from go First Dance Leave for
Enjoys : SANFORD Washington additionto
night.. o for a furlough. -At the regular Faulkner St. apartment _ _
Scout Summer 1sjrome
the Boy with merit badges for Camp leather He succeeds W. M. Pace. who L Spe'wl to The Sunday Sentinel, .Star] meeting of tjie Veterans of Foreign : !Special to The Sunday Sen-ne'-Star) I garage $ .00; W. C. Chambers At Daytona Planned

craft and pioneering. was named corresponding secretary. 'Mrs. Edwards Winner I NEW SMYRNA BEACH The Wa Pt No. 3282. held to ,SAR City Com. An 640 Faulkner ., add room. $0; '
Spe f-a
( ,
The Daughters of Union Veterans Philip C. Spain was named town of Edgewater. south of this at pjn. Rev. Douglas E Caraw.y and Mgr. Edward C. .S. Saxton. 220 Canal St., '.c27 Sen'ow4.Sr

Tuesday honored' the birthday . vice-president and Charles Belote.At Elks Ladies Social I I city, now ha a Youth Couc. Carles. new assistant pastor Higgins of the Cmbr of Commerce pairs. $250; W. J. Newell. 821 Live DAYTONA BEA.j m

anniversary of the ptU1d nt. secretary and treasurer Friday" !t I ISpefiol t The Sunday Sentinel-StorT j I and its members held fit Ft. Presbyterian Church, will leave Washing- k''Oak St. Intl blind. $200: Rob mete of Ntirses.the -
1 ton. D. C. in the Interest of San- 'ert MU St.
Cora Rlckerman. night. NEW: SMYRNA BEACH Mrs. I dance and party Friday s. Norh . .
Beginning tonight the songlest" I C.'S. Edwards-won the dark sec the Town Hal this According t Adj. John ,Su. ford and Seminole County on the stall neon sign 75. I voted to make .ttv -

Motor travel In 1948 totaled which the class sponsors at ret" prize at the E Lde social I Abut 75 young people and their by the win VFW be ony new bill passed by the Senate 1 1I a State .. -

the church each Sunday night at the Elks night. attended. Next Thursdaynight July and plans I which would turn over to Florida As much a 42 per cent of U. S. Nu.A I .
1TO billiOn miles according to will l _
the PuaHe Roads Administration.. will be extended from .730; "pan.,I Following the games,Fday the boss I there will be another party b discussed 0 attend for the a large dele dis I I cities 'enUe air built for I far'were operated by t nant rat. .
coming 1 ,

until S o'clock.Tallest Mrs. Austin Spencer. M. ''at 8 pjn. at the Woman's Club trict convention I I 30s. compared*with pr _
One of the most Important forest ,Logan. Mrs. Joseph and I when .admission will be charged 27 at DeLand. t be held Ju:i I Both local representatives will cent in 1945.Community. tine. State prgo$ .1 .
I a
industries U the manufactureof cypress tree lathe State Mrs. Daniels served re- proceeds to go to the Unity dinner T wl contact Rep. Jo Hendricks on the, PiU Leonard of .
_ _
paper. li* at ,Longwood..,near SanfonL.. i f Church In Edgewater. promptly meet ad begins matter of Sanford Naval Air forests provide Stt secretary. .tto Ia.meeting. .
I of ,
pm Station "under this bill. ready resources funds. : .

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(C... Fro*., tocwsflar rat) I,I M. Article for 8lOAVENPORT S3. Articles for Sale 33. Articles for Sale 33. Articles for Sale I 40. Pet Stock and Supplies I J 47. Rooms for Rent 51.. Houses for Sale lUtbtttttdhNI.; .".

M. ArilI T a.I. Exeelleateondttioa Hta. FIFE-Portable lock Jolt and slip VENETIAN BLINDS Custom bunt. PEKINESE PUPPIES Pure white> CLOSE IN DesIrable room. Near; I
_____ f.r Bate I nOORE II irrita Special SBe ft. I i: and ORLANDO. PLOmIM
( T.llr *. tank l.n each. Jolt for trove .n per cq. Five-day I also red. Mrs. J. w. C..neD. (40I Grills shopping. Apply today

A..a..4-h. that make* en f I "!k .'.'. a.IU. Pair Store. 10 W. W..Church:. 611S.Pipe .Supply 630 1 I delivery.1838 Hollenbrck Radbill Venetian Dr.; phone Blinds 2-4161.Co. I Valentine St. Melbourn. IFa. at 39 East Amelia. ALTAMONTX SPRINGS SUN.. JULY 1*. 147 Psset

.* _. I ORIMKJXa POrjNTADI Kelvinator. rubber. > RABBITS OR HUTCHES-W. S. LIU i GORE AVt. 1 E.-Attrtctlv* room
.arM. 5 3* beautiful lake 1-room
; : acre on a :
teve .. aatomatM thenaoetet. Bamby Harare. to. ". RVE.. . I WASHING MACHINES new. For 1m. helen Jasanun Beach Rd. Pine- .' Convenient location. Bummer rates i
house fur
** O*** _Rajiroad... I !! ._IQ3 w. Churck.KLBCTRIC Lumber Ca,C'. Oransa and Railroad.OOLP PLUMBING BtIToUet. I.t t mediate delivery. Caldwell HarI c as tie. Kitchen privileges Ph. 9706. __ / nished modern with electric completely kitchen: crand 51. Houses las .

tub.,$ .1. | rtt. 2213 Ed.ewater Dr.. 2-1972. ., < HILLCREST AVE. 637-2 comfortable .
APPUAMCCTable and REDBONE HOUNDS PUPS-Green'* i beachwith a dock. Same citrus. A
too PAN. Uk
water hectare. 3 speed. pipe ; '
& ; "

.eaaotv Pee immaaioto tor I*" opealnc. *3* So. Iran 3 woods J. ler trim. Harper Plumbinr C pip.. Usa I I j I WATER TOWER AND TANK-60 000 Rt. 4. Box 188. Orlando. '.. Outi bedrooms; prefer gentlemen. country estate for th* price of a CLOSE XM-Tim tkof. S reea 4
.. from Pb. o. excellent condition i Cheney Highway; turn left on Call 1414. town house. *l .iOO; (6500 cash. Im- bath; sleoptac porch &.r. f.rnlshed -
.all aios. .ctrI. (M X22 W. Ceatral Hardware.Ph I i *oport. Ml ..eept 1131 S. Orlando Ave. Winter Park. .1. capacity
j | Gcldenrod Rosd. LAKE DAVIS SECTION Com* and I I I mediate possession. garage akartakekt. rests t**
Pwrti* and JMUIT Phone j Posrate Growers Cooperative. _ _ _ j -
__ _ _
:* Otkor : m GRINDER-On* H.P. Phase- Watt- 'I8J SIAMESE KITTENS. 9 weeks old: '| see this large attractive room. Pout; Completely and nicely furnished: 2- month All aw paten jok UaclaaMd
1,: deaired .a.. ae PAJ-received 1.I Turner perfect condition. Extra I( conn- two males from registered stork: I windows. Inner sprint mattress Bui; Urdroom bungalow tile bath electric 12.00. H naIL Lures 0.. Brwber. -
balanced machine
ter : weighing .
C .'l' and compare.ka.ua ."... Pnene 487. week days.OARAOS j i PUMPS-For the farm or home. Bit with automatic electric counter. Excellent .1$ ..-b. 3 far 125. ". A. w.Hurle closet: reml-prtvte bth. 'On bus line kitchen. 2-car etrsxe with lmu. 0 N Browa.COLON1ALTOWM. 2-1250 __
aad and little new and need. See our t Only (6. Phone 2-0938. dry. A level suburban horn. (90OO.(35OO .
J. o. DOOR open Phone 15 White. Winter Gardeji. -
GrowersCooperative. j
condition. Fostate
B *LDI 0-F,.M aramiaam eoeer- Railroad I Stock. Farm Horn Machinery Co., LAKE FRONT-Garage room with H cash balance (75 per month.Call 8C'TIOIIec -..-
and close your carat 'I P. O. Box 2673. Orlando. ,
. k* I. eouaaj* eete* *r I : 430 W. Robinson. I 1 bath and shower also lane cool diataae to BIaS School ckkkdk
them. :
to* huheat j ELECTRIC IRONS--O. "Prkk> I out ever touching d.' I WATER HEATER-Electric Progress. TROPICAL FISH- Largest selection 1 our Altamonta Office. Homer aad store 3 booroom*. kkpi-
.. . I room In home. Gentlemen preferred.
for removel tor, -Universal." As.a travel play at our yad. Lmbr Co. PIANO AND BEC Bauer; good 10-caIlod capacity. 30. Baby high in Orlando arc*. Shipment of 500 Phone 5739. I Beset Manager; Winter Park era block coasiracttoa Hard****

!.a' "ag. L IareU.. B.HrfcCn . ..* Jehatoa Eleclrle C.23 X.Chwroh If. Or.... R.Urod. conditn 115. Fs, lou N. I chair. (5. OtiS blue bro.dfe'ruc' ; .Just' received. Aquariums pump. suo- : (-(394.i I floor Corner lot wttn fruit taw**

0.T.. II' P.1 N.'lfTK OOOSE FEATHERS tl 0".nd''P.ll. Cour. . I II | 15. Electric food mixer 8:. Call 4852.I plies. Harry Coster. 13* Ridcewood MKEKST 123-Nicely furnished. I Huckel-O'NecL Realtors; 118 X. Robinson Near comotettea DeflkMe .'_ mptover
h .. Write samples and ', Dr.. oft Lawrence Ave.. Winter Park. corner bedroom: k windows; private I ,.,..
. ., Meet fa PIANO Estey baby crand. ,i itone. I WALL BOARDS For many uses: ; i Ave. Ht LasS II then di < (heI
aa. bath twin .
bed innersprings. Prefer
Hashviile. B..utfu
Box 52.
1 .. .. O. K. Bait priu. Cal W. 8 Iridge, uriS 0.Myers .
r.J. plain and waterproof. Mahogany 554
....4 S.e Ph. Winter Park ,,, ,. business people. I
2-29. 41. Poultry and Supplies
ko, fl.s f C a E. Pin Phone 2-313. T.D. Information. i marine plywood. Mills and Nebraska. ; Realtor. Beat _L
. TRACTOR h.n. -Planet I|I j 1 ORANGE AVk.. 473 8 -Lr e besuti- I
I iCaVRP.L- :" and equipment. Bumby i I PIANOS 'KlmbaU piano and wu- WATER HEATER. Mertland electric. I BABY CHICKS-Tuxedo Peed Store i' fully furnifhed. 4 windows prltate ADAIR LAKE SECTION-A good older | _
flMbjiiai *>eifi" i x.ti *ekM. : Hardware. 102 W. Church. .ppl.ne. are nt !{I 10 ..1. Inquire at 1411 Newport U. S. approved PnUorium tested. bath in lovely home very convenient frame house. 6 large rooms. 2 I II I CENTRAL AVE. X -Jmat ofl- a

**4e It* be* eloihee clone*. 'I.i cN.. A-L (100. CaU 1 1.hou on a background I 3t. Sunday only. j POll W. Church. 2-2821 or 73311.I I II I I Breskfsst privilege In room I screened porches. Needs some repsbt. I hedrkkk frame bam*.

I1WS 8k* *..Or Lkkteotm !, .w OARAGE DOOR OPENER Auto 1 1i I Imalic. I I of service and dependability WOOD RANGE with hot water reservoir I BABY CHICKS. U. S. PuDorum tested I!I ST. JAMES HOTElr-South I' City siestas. Citrus. Price 5800. j, sbrncl ddtae. Well looted ear
and Rosa
ENOIMEB-Oaeolin*. dlsUUal. i 1 Tea can open and close your |I are none better. Terms parking: :I : poultry netting: Kern-Tone stock. Immediate or future de lind. Summer rate. : | Term Wilbur Strickland. Broker; I 17 fwrnhmed. tncladi. non
.a Single (6
oI"'M aaruiiltaral$ doers without ever touching tbem i Miller. 145 Fairbanks. Winter Paint.' Economy Furniture Co. 332 livery. Feeds and poultry supplies. ,. week up; doublet. Call 9253. 1 23W Church: 6675. I IBEVSKLY I Chef raw akd forced eel
r.- yard dlsp"" Smith Lumber I I u"'l
1."I.11 Florid. Pipe oar i; PANELLING !, West Church St._ _ _ _ j Orl''ndo X-Cel I Store. Dial 2-3524 '! er (2 SO* nesS like .
I"i N. Oranie and Railroad. j .ATEI V WALL .155 E. I
; I u551V' e & Charch. (.*. :I knotty pine !i WINDOWS -Limited supply some Exceptionally SHORES Brand new CaU Earl kknn-w with Bay Or_
LAYING HENS 25 at (2.25 esch.25I
br.nd uncrated rooms with or without Realtor. 112 PasS 5. 5Park.
.-. &et-.TV&H.Point; 9 ft. OAS STOVE. old new antomatiocts Mill* and Nebraska. j I sizes. 12 lights double hung check i pullets at U 50. Phone 6431.I . vat bath Summer rate pn- home. Brand new furniture.I I I Pb. 6:18 _

: ... J.SS I kualacx. 'ie''O u -, : t $5S. 512 I -Oood condlton. Very r. rail .Indo. Knox Stone Co., 25 5.Pine. I LAYING HENS. 11. 1-year-old thor- : I The construction three bed-
... YMCA rooms"for
Ph WlaterParc -Attractive countmen. G. E. aU eleet
: Phone 2-3163. rooms. 2 all-tile baths. -
J-a _ .. 1 PJn. I CITY LOOTS-Uve free n* this
J.l P 612.OARBAOE : New Hamp- .
W. C.l.33. b' ouxhbred. registered '
Coerd I i Single or double. (6 sad up. kitchen with garbage disposal.duotherm I :
I.o. Inc
ZLCThICIROASTtr.satl15ed fortable
t S-rooca
.. i" dial p.m. .I once. I WATER BOTTLES-Round and Hat 1 shire: 23 Whit. Leghorn pullets. 1509 Call 80C*. home tatrcve 0
.Owia. adiwnmeat. tS.1t. .kt Mills end CANS 21 I IHad. and 2 type. 25e and up. Knox Stores Co. I W. 25th Street. i: central beating .te"'l that mere than em
WSrI 54545s55. .. Bee*ask. heavy islvsnlicd. H. 'Bdr' .. OVESl. b.rnr. 25 E. Pine, Phone 2-3163. CHASE AVE. Winter Park-Se- | Also attractive fireplace. cost. (n.". terms C
.".. 220 S. Ores. H.rd..r. I|, N. H. REDS. Barred Rocks. White |I lest rooms with private baths and :i vated. well shaded and newly ters_ Realtor. 672 K OraCOLU90X "Zf.tal .
&IC RANGE .". .: cl'r 1141._. i, 316 S. Orange Blossom TraIL .Ph. .WATERLESS CLEANER Witts.!!! Rock. Red Rock and Rock Red I I showers: single or,double. Low Summer ''scaped lot 75 ft. 11.OOO Cash I.Dd-1 ._ .
-. . U' boih A-L Beet offer take ,. cell OAS RNas"rl. .ht por- '!! POWER PLANT-2500 watt. Bum- 'hands.' 2Sc SOe and (1. Smyth Lumber Heavy assorted (7 95 per 100. Co. fcej j - Hsrlow O. Fredrick. 118 N. 2 tudiuocat and ileena .
M 435514C1IC .1. 8tad.rd Dnwa.4.bI. I I FRONT ROOM Close m. PhoneI electric kitchen oak floor ,
.. fn" & 102 i by Hards.re. 102 W. Chureh. Co. N. Orange and Railroad. !I rels (7 00 per 100. Pullets (15 per Dial '188. fireplace
: WASHlR; "541,5,. caiTllvtoc W. Church. BumS H.rd..r. PIANOS-Winter It Company. New I I WINDOWS AND FRAMES AH sizes i 100 Chicks sent COD. Ed's Chicks 'I 5481. Kitchen_privileges if d-sired ; "It's steal to Uv* In Orl.ndo.i or.n.e'j **ra**. laandry rum. Now roof .aa*
j paint tkkkk 6.ms. .
ait-laI prtvaio KM
S .aft room *.Ia an A-I. spinet. *57o with bench and types. Made to order. Stsndrd j I Manchester. N. H. 9653-J. i COMFORTABLE ROOM and i .
ORILLS-Many designs door IrlU. I.(I lavatory for month. Will tare. 30 X. Charch. k4Sk. 'OIJNa Is.-
sss, .sus.se VI* W. Calaaial woekdaya; ph. 2- .er. !''Tem. if-desired. Joseph Bailey 736 cue in .''. $5.75 pr. 1120 11th NH-RED CHICKS-See ut about I one serve d.,."
12 25 sod no. Knox Store breakfast any hour. Ph. 2-47"1.<
*- **. to****) table radio ,I C. 25 E Pine. Phone 2-3163. I M'.lola Ave. 2-20. St.. phone 9732. starting chicks. Lake O' The Woods ( BEVERLY SHORES SECTION 3
ta aood eeojaWUeei oeo .. kt. ,I i ELECTRIC RANOK Apartment s7.,. ;| PAINT-Stung Out 100 Chick Co.. *i miles north of Malt1.54. NICE COOL ROOMS. (7 week We I I bedroom frame bungalow of cypress COLOW1ALTOWW ha' 515 I.
.AM' -- : 15.Mw. Iteaaonaal. CaU (* *. 10RADIO TABLE-AJ1 steeL 51131"1| Ions 1'1; I Hlllh.... 1792.Ibloodtested I have private beach riding horse construction. Built ta 1941. 2 i this progressive' tf tiom few W.

it m.uc-PtYMP.-ftm....-r.., tr"lloa.mixing" roller and. dltlbuL! .lama Stank \:: .: ... WELDING SUPPLIES- POULTRY FEEDERS AND Waterers.BambI' and orange west Washington juice free for your tnest.14O1 extra sea. bedrooms: Imree living 500 nifftcd to SUDkk While kro nuako4.. ..

.- 1r.Ma- _ *. Daaphinjtmet.ELECTIIIC 1."1'. Poscate Growers Cooper.II .- stock au.rn.d. . West Co"i Hardware. 102 W. Chureh.'SEND room: beautiful kitchen: screened N. MtUa; 2.1_
.23 W. : 200 Amp portable weldIng outfits.Complete UVING ROOM and sleeping Bali b'. porch 2- .r tarate Furnace with
aale ... Orlando.HTDRAULJC C.nt.l POSTCARD for free circular
&rl&ATI''o : P. O. B. 213. welding In for 2 3 all Lart*. COIOWTALTOWH, of tho Brfrrevar :
I supplies stock. .. or yoU nil ladles or vounx ducts to rooms.
. availablein famous B'
I It" L. 're wheeled' or :j PLYWOOD- I Distributor of Lincoln welding machines I Ribbon llero- men Garage and breakfast. If. desired. Wrn! d lot. None better for I I HkBlklkot CaosriOkriT rw
IS j7j>y phooo I. '. U-ln. x 4 z x 14 and chicks. Blue Ribbon
> _ station nished! and Priced to .U.
25 Ceusepue
crease rrk. 78L' I and rods. H. R. Williams Sup. Cool private home. Winter tl7.VH.00. Bettet Investment Co.
S .Tht ELECTRIC WATISIuIiIU .. .b'. Auto Service. 37 3 x 1*. Fine C.sle Construction Hutchery. Dept. 15. Atlanta. Ga. Really! 2.2.71COLUOS
maar* f.. e ar . plies. 811 N. Beach St. Dayton Park 317-W. iW. Wsshlngton. Phone .iI3.I

S .*- l laortoi I parity 3k ..U..P at E. South St. Ca. Beach. Fla. Ph. 2220. 45. Apartments for Rent I PARK-ChiF .lsw.u
Only few . HOUSE Child's. 6x8x10. Finished et.
al this FLAY -
roJlaooy burn1 *. I I 47-1. Rental Agencies show Uua attractive:
nRb A I Child's roll BELGRADE AVE.. 1405-Corner lot
aliaarea *2k ,
1. M.jprsase.2-2S14. Orlando 1de Tr.pz. Extra veil ... I .
._ ma4tr aa AMo |j 1 al. .: top desk uphols- AMELIA AVE. 28 E.-A nice ..- I 100*ISO. Buntslow 6 rooms: easily re
vMk Wasaoa) tjiTWtn att 4oT6LPiS H P Co. 21O N Oran Ave. PbonsCS3T. ;I bred .lt ch.lr. Cbil' Hib I YOUTH BED and m.U... Good ment for one or two people. Ono LANDLORDS-We win supply yon converted In two prtrnentg. and i bath. Floor furaaee
: 7thick auk pulley: *29 each i condition. 8. See.t 518 W. permanent and one for Summer. desirable tenants free of chsrse fcn Vircmia. vets rate. Qratranafnro
Wrought iron tea cart. Meerschaum -I I bclld on -ri-
Farm Moato ._C.. 43Oi BOIST 2 boom t operatedwinches 1 Princeton Ave. and oblicstlon. Just phone as your In the price. C. 'II' *. A .t W. Robiaoaa. bad plp. Various other household ANDERSON 801-Cool room in i iattractive I talk bout it (8 00 cab.1 8e Oao f. lease
Gardner Real
. vcncy. Esute
tej* M I I complete .It cable. Silver lamps pldur.. COME TO THE STORE next to Post private home. Beauty Agency. R. Emenck. Realtor. 610 N. OranteAve. K.
MfcAfiyd P ,I Itkc-rJ11CwATZft HEATERS 30 booms rals' and lower e.1 b* china etc. 212 Pasadena Place. Oflice Maitland. for most everything rest beds. Private bath and entranc I I 9.t,Phone 2-461 Tel. 134$. i Ceaual Ph. 1-11M .
.I s ao I .I .. 4k- ..: .. fa* 30ialloaI .. ( $HoUcr Chevrolet new and used. China clocks. Summer rateg.COPELAND I WE HAVE RENTALS-(3 service I I
It* *k ., C.. I i I I ... heaterv Bkkiky Hardware. 102 I lit Hoe.. Dte Unenf. silverware. Jewelry curios i iI I I b. *. Gardner Real Estate 29i ; CLOSE IN Small house. 1100 8.. COLLEGE FAME- .. .
tf M tree B.m man 1346 19th. St. DR.. 110 W. Unfurnished. ] tIl
aa A lew W Charyh.ETSCTRIO. PIANO upright; antiques electrical and auto tup. i South Court Street. South; cerate automatic heater I nicely furatakoC 2.054,5w
,w* aajaord '| plies bab musical large cool. )-room apart-,i .ode: 4700. term Bus. alow. Like sew madnKoo4 S.
ycarr iagea. in- ;I.u
-OeveraJ typeKelvlaaior St HOME FREEZERS. Kelvtoator. now
ment. One bedroom. I I t
BtMrtr'f ft** ..PsSr wit. Deo ,. ...." Bardkart.Ikl available at Bumby Hardware. Kcl- PIANO-Practice. *45. See at 331 struments. etc. I |, 48-1. Beach Rentals I COILEOE PARK-2-bedroom .. Call Lot :1r.
rSSr4rS4Sr I West Fairbanks Ave. Winter Park. DUPLEX-Lower floor. -r..m. bath 1 ROM. L. Prrdk. JUaltOi. -
W 102 W. Church. COME I .
n.f" _ Cinder op.rment. TOSIILI.S and Nebraskafor I I bumalow in splendid
SrbIs and sleeping porel1. 1225 PoInsettia
f ( Ph i..tr':7. i H hand i your home plans building and 'Aye. DAYTONA BEACH-2 bedroom home Garage. Nicely landscaped. Iram.1 ange. -
* or UaC-JNaA..I\.._.. la-cPEPo.lone POWER LAWN MOWERS-New. with financing advice. Mills and Nebraska. I overlooking ocean: for month of I Iv furnished except dinette. ( I

Jill*** ..." Hardware._ 12 W. CAsteS Rsrdwsr 102 W. Church. 1H HP. trouble Ire gasoline DADE ST., 2017 Apartment trailer August. 1909 8. Atlantic.COOL Terms. Cavensugh Realtors. 4308. CONWAY 5IC11OU-4.rosm A
5.4 fwk oo* S54 *le motor. 20 inch blade trpe. Oa private tot. Furnished.Ph. I I
.OI new HOT W A e. 10. 20. .tel 34. Articles Wanted GULP Summer breezes at th* PARK Rooms are larger I m--L.v.
S., e. Ml flMr B IICMoTOR ail T HT that really cuts. 1134 W. r.'rb.n I 2-3872. new. colorful Coquina Apartmentson I COLLEGE fruit
3- Orlando
*< 30 and modern 3bedUoom
than In this
Ave.. Winter' Park: phone j average tanu. PII I.ILC'OLOIf1ALTOWllYen
AXES Furniture DUPLEX 2d floor six-room furnished the Gulf-front at Sarasota' Lido
:: RPM $ Cell 3-uas. AppUanco Co.. Inc. 210 K. Grants of all kinds: sewin home. Closets are large and
Phone 4531.HANDCEMENT PISTOL-'New Smith and Wesson machines anything you have to apt.: electric kitchen; Beach. Modern apt*, for Summer Oak CSSTP
I Sr .nt IIC.WPPUE.We boses. Ave 31 special, military and pUee sell. Seweil-Thurmond Furniture. adults. 308 E. Princeton. I j rate: dy ((. week (45 ,2n 160. [1 the lot. baa screened 75-ft.porches II attached I ta atore stAseS sad 4--

I. BLOCK Machine. latest 27 W. 12 W. Pine St. Dial 4070. { JEFFEItPONCOUNEMOTEL-1 and Including daily maid service all floors 2 roolll. 2 bath a- hose *
model 15. Allen vwow
wirtna, H. H ParrMi standard See :, (11.500. terms
will make any garate.
_= : : JJk S Oraase.. phone Har..r. Alex Nacaadar. Loncwood. "M Pla. 2d. : ton St.. moraine. DIAMONDS watches. Jewelry old 1 2-room apartment available. Summer i utilities. Private beach. Write or Johnson. Realtor. 14O N. Orange; house with seedenful *toraee aakje
I.MI hoow west of Mobleya Station.Prrre I cold. Highest cash price. M. M.Seirsl. rates. i prime Roger V. Flory, lIe 8. Palm 8612. -Speclsllxinc In Momes.ilNAmechanic's ." i ii and cleseta-.e cedar lined A (***
\ Ray ELECTRIC COOKER *24; ..i Jeweler 32 51'. Church. LINCOLN: Av.c. Ssrasota._Florida. Paope 2263.. home la like cesdftien on apretty ejeikt.Ukk.
:: wloiaa labte aad theirs $5750._ _ _ _ APARTMENTS Morse I C dream. 3
PUMPS. at Coronado i
FURNITURE I Blvd. Winter Park. 1 and 2-bed-
Used stoves ice boxes with fully equipped
hwraer ; house
on tlJ bedroom
stove : AsS eamasa HOOVER I price la only ... Sot thia- 'a
VAe.CN Beach. New modern
.er Sewing machines. Call before you room apartments. Janitor service hot t lot 68x175. This property
SI. al atatloa.APOpka. I I carafe on delay! Audrey PlUaiaa with -
C'I Complete. N. down payment. 36months apartment I
on Weekly X27.5O
0 and hunting rifle with scope like selL We pay -top" prices. Seweil- water steam he.' Year round or tt very close in.and can be bought oaI Pbkik
.. o. -arnIOrUTaK..a, _.. J01 E. Jefferson. to pay. William O.tle. 99 Thurmond Furniture Co. 72. W. Pine I Summer rental. Adult only. Winter and up. One-half mil north of I I exceptionally good terms. If you have -. HetckU Bltt.S1S ,

..SSrS e ts I N. G.r.nc 6332. St. Dial 4070.FURNITURE I, Part 9161. I Plaster Street on Peninsula Avenueto i dreamed of owning a home and
S. T ralatina at *4* W. HOSPITAL. BED-Without ma'tr. *. It will be CITY LD Out Pe5w
... for 3 bedrooms living i LIVINGSTON AVE.. 33 Furnished proritarl' paying business
.. ., brand .. :
't Ok .* aiMooiaw .ID_ _ rrsulstton O.ner room; dining' room. Must be in 3 rooms first floor. private bath; I worth your time to inspect this. Bee built. Nice r-i \
below cost. 1108 ;
OB liljk> k*. Ooo4 IC I'N08 N. will sell reasonably PUMP- Turbine. 30 ,.1 per good condition; re.son.bl. Call 82:4. Innenprln. Refrigeration Aduits. I 49. Business Rentals { Chan. Cbabot with A. T Davis 33 term Biaton. lesSor
2-363. tnon7632
iwk fowtkiSrovof* roaoorkW P1 o io 11U y.l. W. Tsle. Phone HP elceUenteoac"oa I S. Main St.. phone 5529.COLONIALTOWN .
kX M nn SrlooooUftfl E. HOUSE HOLD SCALES-TJnlverssL" Fo." Oro.er Cop. HOUSEHOLD GOODS-Motors, electrical ORLANDO AVE.. 733 Completely GROUND FLOOR SPACE. 20'x30'; I SECTION-If you COLLEGE PARK- -.. medses

ll HK Wettne lo 24 pounds. White appliances; most anythingused. furnished Including nice water and can have larger If needed. Apply home. Purred walla. 0.-
es75 el..e tn. all ..nt. small home at a low price masonry
Toil a. _.. .W'* > > Knox Stores C*. 1266 N. Orlando Ave. Just 8 utilities linens laundry thereof 1217 N. Oranee A.e.FFiCE"SPACEThlrd. floor Large lot.la A tike bacae Mckkx
b f *- po. r *4I fDI 2 P. PRESSURE CKES "Presto, of Maitland Underpass. 868-J. Winter electric refrigerstlon. Nice cool placeIn let me show you this four-room
w A. I I I ELTCTRIC RAMOES Apartmeni I 1-313. .. 'eae" Knox Park. "Bill's." Summer. Adults only. *5O. I I flour. Guernsey -I Louse screened porch nine bearing com..' t* aw*. otorea taaal"L
_ _ _ _ _ BiIm>
: . ko* too> '1, oree "U Immediate BuK.BR- ''r..Tempr.- Stores Co.. 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-3163. ORAN BAVE:42i TW building D. D. Riddle. 21 B. fruit trees. 2 blocks to bus line. The 2Jb wmar cKrieklkkm.
w L1s.H $4444IAPiS4.54ISaS . P ... la t2 srl PHOTO DEVELOPING TANKS-Two I WILL BUT. remove or saw your 8.- Central Ave. "orl,.. 2-4631. price is only (4.20OOO. See Mr. Martin W. a.cou.Joa : k1$. I -.
A. E. Phone 2-3163. pine tree. Call King Building and apartment and sleeping room*. I with O. P. Swope. Realtor. 60
43k W Are.tMCfCLOPftrlA 75 with and OFriCE8PACEWANTtD. PARK-Lovely ass
to takU, 0.. _ _ _ c Pn. 15 gallon cracker clips Lumber Company; telephone 7267. with' home privileges._ I I Suitable !I phone 5812.i .
rest Pine; boos Oak floor fIrUO4SSr
tal M* kalot ottk atoo HAVIMMOND SOLO-VOX completelyreconditioned. wetthU. On drum aelfpropellincKodak ', for law office. Telephone 2-4143. sonry
IUUTUIlA-I.e CanHank.." Club Raymond OFFICE MACHINES and furniture.Get PALMETTO ST., 226-Efficiency apt. i CITY LIMITS-lEast). Modern 5- TIle bath. Tt ft lot Hoar
edtfoa: ptta m .bu. Studl. Ol'i t"AV ILABLEiD lin-offke .
I ._ h. .. .n Colonial. Florida ' *. our price Check with GenreS For further information inquire at i I room home of frame construction- school aad ... .1.. TAsI
.. lk*:=.si Khs 0' Eu.d P Pi. Stuart. 13 S Main St.. phone SiS$._ 425 8. Hughey. 'I j| building Second floor. Prominent Lasts screened porch. Garage ('.500. raid with H. P. 154.5.. 55.21W;
.. Writ* *> IIISULATION-Doubl. thick "BalsamI PIANOS Try rest and buy the location. Parking in rear. Only *5O.
.I =: : U. PHILADELPHIA Three I! Johnson. Realtor. 140 N. Orange N. ore**.; Camaa ..
s. ott.. beat. Baldwin spinet OLD GOLD-W* pay highest prices Allen
I D.I. P. I Wool. Money back suer. 1 ma rtl.L I no lease required. Carrtcan Bid,. 672 ..** 2-4JS1
.nl i for diamonds old cold watches rooms cas. Worklog I : 8612. -Specialising- Home.I
BLECTRIC DRILLS=4, and H tI. .. ...lla Smith Lumber Co.. hogan walnut or light withaccelarated I N. Orante. ph. 24551.
C. 0. .! M. R. Pamah Hardware. >30 Rstlrosd.3CESOX..M.t.i. action. Terms? Certainly. broken jewelry teeth. silverware. couple.' Re.son.ble.SUMMERLIN j COLONIAL 0AIt .

a Mc$115P5 1.is.i.4 O... phone t-1*41. > .''ar. Ib. capacity.Excellent Trade in accepted. (675 np. othersplnrta Beckman Sons. 139 N. Orance ST. 519 8. Unfur- I j OPTICS Excellent SPAC&-Ior Ioc\lon. r'Dt.Phone 2 2")991.r..m. COUNTRY CLUB SECTION-On* of frame modern ..... caaaajk-
vPSI 1 at (550 531 nUHed. 4 rooms. Private bath and i I the fin home of Orlando. 2 ly furnished very masses kI1.
.dM iUlc. -3 phase I H .. cODctoa 12. 1421 N. Orante. U. R1n'. WE BUY DIAMONDS old cold. ..- entrance. Gsrace Utilities paid. (55 ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL Near stories tile construction. Tile roof. cathedral reillaIn 1 larce llviaa ramm.tsrsg .

..-.s PSI G._ r, .. .. H. Rlekter.aeeood Baltimore St.IRONS net Jewelry and antiquesHoeltkc's.. per month. ,i city limit. Cement block building large Irving dining room sun .. fruit shrubbery A .

O kv.. MTS. Orl.. howso off ... Rik Or.. "O. X.". .Unlen.. PAI-Fit. trade outside house 24 8 Orsnte. upstairs I with 2.L60 sq. ft. floor space. Suitable poich. .rObd 2s baths. little home for only .I66M Prtcod
tsL On Flat for WASHINGTON-. 2322 E. Apartment
. .. HoMea -. I coat WE BUY used furniture. CU before any business. P. O. Box 4141.Orlsndo. I .. Jahnaton Henry rake*.
.s-.ii.-MOTO**- O ..._ _ _ _ I I 1 .t.M.Ue.P over water paint (3 40 caL Arnold u* for .couple. Nicely furnished. | maids quarters. Lease beautifully low for e.
f. .ao> lAS $1.ZCTPlCftA11O5-.P..A547 H P.r .. 220 8. Paint Store. 401 8. Orange; 2-3786. tellin*. Orlando Furniture Co. Apply now.WASHINGTON. > landscaped crounds. (30.OOO teresa.I I S W. Church St. 64*. e* 12m*. WKV
545 IASI l ktoo kwiN 1.... Herve A eAst D Oranse Phol. 1-141. N. 2 Store. CIS W. Church. ph ne SPACE FOR RENT with front. and I l'I W. B. Nicholson Realtor. 14 8 let Park.

tar .Motor .... Immedlaia ..-I.W\' Kelaar. ICB new. 2945 8. Bumby. 2-4883. ST.. 910 E.-Front rear entrance. Can be used for [laID;. 2-1619. COLOWIALTOWIt- real buy k* k

.a AS ktaw ., *.. 811. .1_ $134. j' Ph.BX-L 2-742. I WE PAY highest cash price for old porch living bath.' room.kitchen bedroom utilities connecting office or storase. Contact Orlando I I 3 bedroom -.4---

L k Oranco A4541 ELECTRIC- anlstove. INLAID I.INOLEU'M-ljmltaUed on diamonds and diamond Jewelry In linens; SIlO month. ; Fish Poultry Co. 609 W. Church I'I COLONIAL GARDENS bedrooms: nished. well :

ift'so a a* .ivt*. .- 'I .. ...lra West.nihoaaa and sink tops CaU Avdoyaa SALE any condition. City Lucttce and St. I tile bath: oak floor Glassed-in I i very easily finance 1-.T.
tvtk *Mta 04Wioor voraam 'H" with s1lsrAtet5. f.r . Dr. Ph. RIO Jewelry Co.. cor. Orange at Church. WINTER PARK Apt. completely STORE ROOM Street floor. Located porch. Lart landscaped lot. Completely SBletel" WAlton Ree"'ytort.
rark I. Iiacathcart. 2.11. I ORMOREs.5x5Te.rtrlde furnished 2 bedrooms until Dee. 1; t BOS East II.VACANTSTORK : furnished. With electric kitch 766 Metcalf Side 2-Jaa
Washington I ,.
I MTCHIM CABINET *eU **. wood .W* hsve a number of used radio Iagood ONE S8O month. No children or _ta. Winter I
..- .. sraSr. t nrJc. -Apartment also ,I painted whit* ..e-1419 3OthI playabia condition. Each car. for German Sporter rUle. Park 901 J. W ANT -.Well located ]I. en.System.Price 018 11.SCO.E. Pine with: 4641.te. Weir i iI CHEROKES PkJttt=fs'Iy 2-Vor%
: 4 tAstes tabloM a day caarant Priced from Phone 4982. with or without livinc quarters home maaoar ewaatraci *5. 3 kkd-
. ..Id I aL r. e WEBER AVE. 9O-Attractive ,p.rtmen' I COLLEGE PARK S-room frame torso laa
lorao suitable' for art studio and room
.: parlor .,. .: .. _. 1 :!I,, LW..OWE "e*10 e.eh Bo.. t 10A..d 35. Fuel Oil and Wood for couple. Inner sprinc high clat curio shop. In Orlando or I I "bungtlow.; '41 construction com corner e..n S tea** said< 5w-

E..r. .. aned *..al II.1_ 51.1.2cLfti I.Iu 1 ..Iaet..1. 112 Stor_ N. Orange A.. Electric refrigeration and otllitle town on East Cosst. Address Artist 1 pletely furnished. High class withi IDC on Ctty part M real Ta!. 55

RAHOE = '1 I UOHT PLANT-AC 110. 2SOO watt: 13 FUEL OIL-A full tank is smfer. WASHINGTON ST. 154 X. Ricoclean P. O. Box 3O37. Port Myers. ?la. i I fully ts equipped modern e.k.i 11"_. ae *. XsASsdse 4.Iteeltars.
price.. West side of 130RP '! larte lot. attached paved j' 2-311.
art 4 bamer with a-r- lIke _-. Phone 8021. Have your tank filled. furnished apartment. For I.I AM I INTERESTED la leasing mcrket
esAS_ and e54Sr75e. A. Vaach. ? A larger tank insure heat on coldest' adults' only *85. Call 5575. or market spare In point cash I' street ''sidewalk hrubbery. John-

e.ts1P.d; e 1* k Pino_Phone '-3.IU.r'TU .LAWN AJsO aAD SUPPLIES mornings. McGraw Fuel Oil Service. WINTER PARK Completely furnished .tor. Address or contact C. L. Foreman. also Henry. Broker. 6 W. Church CLOSE Coaveaiead tecor

, ..S Pl.. S tkk C. .. ,I I Lawn : sprinklers. I apartment near business (23 X. Concord. 8t : phone 6545. Income CToao to stitop
S .. al1 I Ik at.erai _. ,. I eomplet line of :tools. H. B.: COATDvO-Give your roof 31. fertilizers and Soils I section. Livinc room bedroom twin CITY LIMITS Furnished new cot- f e* and shonptae: It-etc tne.

I' *. ooo . U2 .u A PartieS Ha... Co- 220; 8. Or.na. leas on 12.50 t I beds. Tile bath with shower. Kitchenette - 50 Wanted to Rent t.". Oak floors modern bath. (5.000 cash aracckt owner
& garden
.. p COLD SMOKE-Keep your kitchen oil heater. ( cash.balance
kk. k ool LUMBER Odd specially low can. At .. and porch. Prom now until gas mortcac CD Mr Pwrreoia.
; n&oIDAI&-II. I.' r.... N 1. Mill andp.bseks. and lawn pest free and Nov. 1st. (30 per month. Sam Wright good terms. MOT In. Roper with Ohio Real Bktala. 10* 5. CS44
... for R APT. OR COTTAGE furnished two
M' .. D.I '17a.f. .It REPRaERTR. Serve 8 ft. Bu.n. The safe 0583way.. 508 he.lth"'j with David' Andrews, phona 659 Realty. Church and Main: 2-3433. I
-T I bedrooms wanted by refined conpi -
:( i S. Orange Blos Dr. 4I31t.nIRTSRIch.
j1.1I1 Aft I Ikjatk "iTRI-; tardea. IATHB Sushlly Sheldon Model 118 mel 156 winter' Park.iBEDROOM. *. M.a" handy with tools; wile CLOSE IN East Sid. COLLEGE PA t-Btare ;isi swl

... ... I ... .al T2t ',i B -mounted t 9 steel 1m n.l. black top soil fill and I APARTMENT. Beautifully is excellent bo..'!'. Will tk mostly furnished. Nice BUD..Io"1 i a-bedroom hoaae. rrstructcd -estly c

> 7 i CMrwa. _ .. Xoulppcd with e.d..e 220/ RDloT.bl. model. RCA embln. clay. Guaranteed lull loads. Writ 1 furnished excellent location good car of premise Box 168 S- Large screened front la aa* ot th* nl. en
hW| t* = FLOWER POT*..Clay flower I I e.44O three motor H.eccesaortet and phoDor.pb Wi H. A. Bray P. O. 102. Lockhart. on Lake Lucerne. Ideal for couple.Ph. Star. I blocks to stores and churches. sections et AIM. Can be baseS.

___ ',:J. Minted It and .P. .''I plus 6".Skinner chuck. 3 Jaws sell cheap. Phone 651. PI*. Phone Co. 33-R-12. I 4441.4ROOM APT. OR HOUSE unfurnished 4 or S' lawn and shrubbery. Usraie. 2 ,ou'l (2050 with low 0S151 t

aae....( n X. PM 2-3U3. and tool' holders. (900.Mlinnc ROLLER SKATES Super speed FILL-Good rich top SOU. APARTMENT completely of town permanent mid. Built a duplex' or cottage for Can M seen by aDntme55Zusirnas p5
Ek room :
l* Ik 00 95. C97SO Terms. Sam Johnson Co., llT
Norman Model ban bearlnc. .KO Phone with Ctywa McK.***a*.
furnished. Telephone 22801. Rent
A. I O.bSIWSSrb.A.A C ..rhaV.n moe. 24053.top Deunred.1 die-aged' couple; no pet. no children. 8Main. | .
&icIeo 51 25 K. : Main 24111.CHEROKEE
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% OiWaka a '..s.l I i 12. au.'a'' .0Dlt. Equippedwith 1.. GOOD colL AU (35 month. 130 31st Street. Ph. 972 J. Sanford. :
a. Chart k Pttone 3-4M3 I 2.t three phas 311. Plenty of fill dirt. COLONIALTOWN Bungalow. 6 :;
kw*r . U 31 P. feed motor. REFRIGERATOR-Philco. 1 It D 2-2143. utilities Included. 60. -Adult Call: APT-Bride and groom both workIn j I 1 room 3 bedroom Oak floors. { PAKS-Par tho kwaaff)
Sr" pu-I limit CSS. Phone 1
drivtnc other accessaries .. Wicker bedroom *; Fireplace 2 blocks: to shopping center. -
Via Lu. ; who demakos reel roaatractla* f
hiT iAU44& Wkjcok** *".. fco : .a.. Airways Inc. ture. Garden .u.. rante. Owner POULTRY MANURE. dried and 4524. 2-2271 ar 4464.APARTMENTEitber. > Garate.. S83OO. Terms. Sam I'II I i l lasso tiidioomo t tiled kotha. Mrwi
aeao I Wk .Ptoee Of'aado. PVRMiTTJRE .kedraom nltkeomnloto. Box 591. Orlando.r i i leavinc. must sell. 610. First Av*. verized. (1 25 sack. Fairvilla pOuJ-1 GARAGE APARTMENT-Furnished. lurnl"hed. 1In. I I Johnson__Co..20$_8._Uin. I closets tiled kMraoav. 3see kkMh
kwa.ard *ml taker spnns i Mt. try Farms. 5927. I Prefer working couple; no pet*. furnished or partially furn... l 1 tiled roof lapse sat. PlaaatwdJW
wI" : LAWN MOWERS-BaU bearing. Dr. f. CHEROKEE EECTION-Ow'iier called
I Billow. bedspread 1 (50 month cell 23764.APARTMENTFor .
: Bteroellt -. .. and 1* Inch cut. Knox Storea cas. ( ,t Seeds : To accommodate couple with child. |1. North must sell nicely located I rakisad root. sHPt
*lT kk l k eu Flowers and ruer.st5
new REIG&ATOR. 38. Plants. ; .
Call 4113 If 6839.
a ." X. Pisr.Phofle 150. ( I' business woman.Ratetreasonable. no answer bungalow with 2-room efficiency ensrtment. Bsiirl Tyro. kamVitor.
b.s -: -; _Maple. MTAk Uviaa; aofa rssm satta.b.rs15.wee I 2 LAWN MOWlOlta o 2-316.and N." proven I Seminole' D.G.ofctloa. Ph. 191W. I AZALEAS. cut flower artistic table Call Sb. APT. or small house; want to rent ,I (private entraneei. 1) W. Waahlkwtok *174.Arraaced .
A s .,i *r* 4k (IS. .' "I." M) aow 14* M* .. aeeimaal oaattty. W* stock the part Bum- RANOE. & lure kerosene t.bl decoration We wire anywhere. JoAnna SPARKLING CLEAN 2-room furnished In Winter Park clos* in. Reasonable (60 month. S other nice Rent.11 1

t W. o livina room aalto. ..(23O Hardware. 102 W. Church. top whit b.ck enameL Florist. (Formerly KltUnter's ; Just redecorated. Cool : permanent adult family. Call floors venetian bUnds. new DUP.EX-CIes. 1*. E..ipsriiI0

x'_ now tlMbk: k ptero Walawt dininc LTMBER, Everything !l pulldlnc dlo couch and t match. 64 E. Central; 4643. I complete private housekeeping. Only H. D. Hanney. Winter ParS 650. Hove rd.laer.t01".ulldry' with tab*. | a* 4 u5554. SSwta
(12 per 11'''. Close downtown. 431E. tara.. Beautiful lot, plenty shade. ; retires iatwctaaomt NIC tocat .
salt*. wss (1M BOW *1I7 I lumber sid wood. Colonial Lnntber. > sor.able. Ph. 20086. Choice APARTMENT .or two or threebedroom oa ) *}
.. LI 1. CALADTUMS.-Fancy if25 1 Church St.FURNISHED house .unfurnished.' Will pay 'Priced '. sell. P. B. Wheeler with 2-car sarat Owvoc unable to fkkk
Is. ktore 545451.5 sane was ... Cheney Hlchway. Ph. ROCKING CHAIR-Mahotany; good varieties. 4 for (I. for (5. ,
:714 Realtor. 104 X. r-
.$.S *n $ now metal cabi APARTMENTS to rent UP to (100 per .Call 8S C. B. Davis after property 16.kM Bam JC <
n ".wer LAWNMOWERS-Oe.zdea rakes; condition. Laces utility L. 8. Gardiner.' Pine Castle. 2-1843. 'I 21649.COLONIAL .
M 2 tot*, wer* (4 M 1 sprinkler Smyth a Co N. : net. 628 W. y.le.RADI0rOley K-mBISCUS--SlInm... 2-bedroom cptrtment with electric I H OR Army officer i son. 2O6 B. Mata.I _ _

sSiY .ursd __.- ,,, now n. 1 .oak porch act. waa14k Oranse and Rsilroed.LIVIio . and Fada. Console cherry marigolds zinnias. C. J. kitchen. Year round rental. Cloned I' r.I *. 3AtOm. furnished. I'
I *554 I., $ 55 kk: deck ,rocker 1 models. Also Eat. open Sun. (63 monthly. Winter Park area. Have one well DR. Oust north of)- I DPLANXT PARK CTIOS -T r54
-& M tl 1S: beach chair with foot.r ROOM rNIR&To ,. Bumby Hardware 102 pr-. WUllama 1411 E. Concord Av* pets. A. C. Golden. Broker; 1121 trained do,. Phone Winter Park. j you would like a larce roomy prewar 3 bedroom. IS the baths 5s44Itile '
I piece blond wood t.bl. Just received truck load. Orlando Ave. bear Maltlaad 1'1'1 I I 3-bedroom horn completely farI -
reel wee Ma* BOW Cocoa i CROTONS- 7TJ-J. i floors down hardwood floor J %
.iWi. ...mat I7in wer 42S.1. 74; t sad louas* chair' to match. Al slipi 250 to elect from. price rang pass. Winter Park. j I nished with fine furniture or a ell electric kIsSes >ile time rwairncellent

MB) A' throw mas MiS4. S3 kt _s*X i cover* for both piece. 13* E T. REEL- New Sb.kesp.r service Me to 2. Also punk trees orange. YOUNG BUSINESS WOMAN HOUSE. 2 or 3 bedroom furnished: I dandy 3-bedroom postwar home unfurnished imdlUsa. osrailaa*
M R Paretkk HardwareIMI A... rods ; .. &. Also JiMnlne. acalapers. ceberas daisies. in or near Orlsndo: permanentbasis Just off Kuhl Ave. near
:: Immediate Call Mr
.. Ule. iiiammlk-
Ms7 wero M M BOW a.. nice apt. Possibility of apt. your
'I .1 other lulling equipment. 1208 E. Central tuberous betonias. Colonial Nursery ,, by adults. 935 Eustis. Fl the hospital we would like to show
: 5 T M aow .. MEDICINE CABINETS from 5.50 to after September. Box 142 8-Str. 2-4M42. to show J A. L. OkJa
k1.a. .. .. i ireaaea 132 -,1...n.n.; (2*. Look our over. Smith Lumber ISO E. Colonial Drive. OrIando.la. RENT OR LEASE-i-Orlanda business you these two that we have Just lIsted Estate. 1O8 8. Ooart. .

.... . matseeca *M: Dtahea. 'lau Co.. N. Orant and Ralro.d.MOO I KeIYn.tor: porce EASTER LILY BULBS-Lara* bloom- f 46. Houses for Rent mad needs 2 or 3-bedroom modern Both are reallf priced right oni -
a RFIGERTOR home. Prefer Uke. front. Not over i der (1Q.OOO if the furniture I* ezciud-
Fbeka j i
1100. SOS Ire tire: (2 dox. D. R. Lerscb. Rt.
lie. platter
._tIe: plate* li BCOOTTB-Cashman: e file condton; (125 month. Box 123 8-Stsr. '1 ed. W* feel sure that you would be DUPLEX-New concrete Mook VfcW
aoaa dlahea. lG .dltl.. Reeve Lakeland St. _ _._ _ _ 2ph.4333.JFUNERAL_ (I CLOSE IN-Furnished 3 room. prWf per wise to at least Inspect these homes gales type. Ckraai h*. baaa* ottd
I w MRrMB '***- .. bowl. in: cracker 5$. 3( lIds. AI. 1. I I -Gas. ServeL 8 It DESIGNS k specialty. Cut f vet bath: innersprlnis: refrUera-, WANTED TO RENT by responsible 'i, before 'you buy aa we know of no- nice Incom tlawB (cram Larrcica*

*A.OS.sI :iasiram l'Ie kil2. choir tits. iFIGE condition. Price IUI dowers. corteges and wedding i I ton garage; to desirable touple. Box I working couple ,end mother, desirable thing better. Por fall information Hoffman with O w* MrKaaek>. |JT

'.'. N M ." Hafdoa C*rAS.. a New Sod Used Paralture. MEWS Sire 4* stout Phone 2-26O2. Peggy Jo's Gardens. 2319 N. Orange. i 170 8-8tar. two-bedroom furnished house 1 contact. Harold Volllck with J. Main: 2-4775.

S Q,_ .. 4AAD $501 W CAsteS I & SUT.., .er (75 now 35. a. mod Phone 21727SHRUBBEKY CLOSE-"IN Floras Tourist Ho''e;.' or apartment basis.effective WiU lease.November No rhll1 on- Daniel Kolar. Broker. 2O6 S. Main.

nL..n. Moor* .i I O. .118. rayon tropical ..j'Ile'i motor and Large selection to J I' Summer ratei 500 S. N.ln. I' year-round Address Box 124 8-Star. 1511. DELANEY BBllaUH-A pee-
,Ii Musselwnlt j 1 dren or pets. PA. Caa be told on believe It cr
i 'J new 41 tone wool ,.1' table. Allen Cleaners. 1823 N. Or- beautify your home. DELANEY STREET Excellent furnished room busgalow Ia tAil lvely
k4ThMtta ,vrTvftt SPECIALS- di.h. .res. ..(9O now (SO. Hottel I ante.: Nurseries. 11 E. Princeton. 3 bedroom-bungalow. !I 1 OR 2 BEDROOM furnished apartment not terms! borhood; UI. hil54s 5.5,6181 '
0 aalad. Is.. 371 M Oranca. or house. By Sergeant with floors: 54.. od .
bread sad batter eaSes pierS 55 ft55s.um
lb. burlap
I' 200 .
BED COVERS- Rex-McOB.1. Realtors. Phone
U .1 -. _. each .1 they .. SEE suitable for seed bed 39. Livestock and SuppliesBAY } 1121'1' wife and 1-year-old baby. Willing j CHEROKEE PARK SiC'II0M-Atr $ unIariod. ecnisbed

.4s.sc ill P541 'i I pirtare*. sliP . one I I TOOLS Just received Central City Bag Co. 4171 or eo.e.P.O. LUXURY LIVING Large to lease best character references I tl.. ...10.. I I.,. room and : Items we bee. IA. Sew
&AIC' I private, lake front home. furnished. Please write P.O. Box 1142
smM and Ian. black will foal screened today fec EeAss Us.. wIts
_. ,, "Stanley" I Box 2462. MANE for sale. Mare tatb. hardwood floor large
"PVawr ,I I waniat ".- IbJ .,> Bamby .. .Uon 102 W. tl. In April. 1311 Oakley St.COW. | clean modern and quiet. Tile City or Ph. 6394 between 8 and i porch: garage with work room. In WIlliamS. Realtor. 21 W. Was515j5Street.
u.Atn ream 5581.. term SOFA BEDS-NIce selection Just and shower private beach and lawn. 5pm.__ __ ._ condition inside and out. Ph-n. 5105.
aot. I .Ksckkk.* 2M MOTOR SCOOTER in toed i rived. Moore Furniture Co* ; joung jeisey. Gives 4 gallon Single occupancy only (15 per week j j DIGNIFIED ADULTS seekln house very nice P. Allison. Broker. :37 I
af Ikkwa kmvik Ivaikot Ck. .1. Be 1322> c. 150. Apply 926 18th I 11000. A.
S kk4 *ouroa4KMkTTHa I.I 33754.WiNTTtgs.df.$5. at Park.MATTRESSES fe. 8bor..o College Park.SEONONSDeeP. Street.dailY. Price I References please. Ph. 9164.: I I I or apartment. By September. Near W. Wathlntton.

: I..te in severs LAKEFRONT .ott... Furnished. ; or on direct transportation Una -
I ; 54775. 2-54.54. sea sponges sSrL EK Beautifully furnish- DUB8DREAD bedroom ho*** eoavpietery
A M I I I Mlkk; le* ho. Ilk. t-pttr break Two sinus bed. site Ors. and wooL lIe and GOATS 3 Toscacburc; 35. W. R.Brok. Couple only. Holden Ave. Phone 2I I I to Lake Ivtnhoe. Permanent resl- block conurue- rkMa esectrlr kiuh** (

... Okksi Aaewsa feat tot til chairs II. WhltmU I Slumber H;All telt. (20 each up. Knox Store Co." 25 E Pin*. ... Narccosce Road at Golden I 0196. 9am. until_12. ,! dents. No children no pets smoking !, tloa.td house.3 bedrooms.Concrete Near lake. n.tIOO. Uendry-rooac: oa* ear aaroce Ml

*** 5 .. $554. 1 I Itaec I ParkMkr. 30* W. n.fI I T30 Vassar See.METAL Phone 2-3163. Rod. SUNSET DR. 401-Desire a womaa ;1 or drinking. Ph. 2-479._ ( Hlbbard Casselberry. Phone Winter dry lot 108'xlM' Owwer beta* rTZ

( wP e. a..s '_H a FLOOR -.., HOL"Pta trim to SEWING 1CE- Factory re- REDANS BULL SERVICE-We also or couple ta share a home with I II Park 183. Brokers invited. fenced: can glue Icacaed'.ate nmuislon. .

$ tVnour . II* .. Ottond Pkranar IN. .,.r. Sln LumberCo uU& ( new port hsul cows. Phone Winter Park 522. me. Also house for .. 27342. II I I LAKE FRONT-2-bedroom. furnished Small frame house Price (10.06 term Aa* Ibt
c Oraas. console. Al Wiggins: 6241. ,1 house. Desired by physician. Must i COLONIALTOWN L. A. Bryaat with MavrMe WlIVaMl
: I
Phon* 2-4M3 an R.lro.d ;MARE MULE for sale: good condition. VIRGINIA DR.. 516.-close \I bua 1 on handsome corner lot with nice
Iiar 4M)& ASIASS ..N! C.I' I MOTOR SCOOTER. Cushman 1945: SIJK-Dlbl or 2 singles. Complete. Guaranteed to work anywhere. I and restaunllt. be within 10 mlmjtes ot town. WiU I. sit* left for new home to be built Realtor. 21 West Waato.nf.on Blierl..Phone .

TO. .e. aa* .I S3: cood condition: 1125. 1111 New York SI \ Gentle. sound. Also good riding '' leas for one year. Phone-2-4869 between later. Price S29OO. Call O'Harra- ", 5105.DUBSVItIAD.
a? w St. i I R.sn.ble. Farr 8. Peel Ave. at i 3-ROOM COTTAGE Furnished.Adults 9 a... and S p.m.
POk Washla* at Vlneland Rd. ho. See I only. No pets. 25. Inquire I Moore Realtors.' 109 X. Pine; phone
.4.- I II
t MB ftwftMla P.an.. . lrl Ice ; IRONER by WAntrn.-1 I II I SHALLOW WELL Deep Jet Mlcrtican. 22324.OAT6Whnt. ._ t* 208 B. Main. I II I __ 20836. BCCTsOH-:V.

tvwktokk Uak WOea. *1 W. boa. I.. . I Bumby. Bad..n. pumps. Bumby PMs, 102 W. blue lupine. Car. I ,i COUPLE WITH BABY desire to rent CONWAY SECTION-Two attractive t-room frame boot Plrepica' oa*

2 A--r 11$. $* .._. M; :, W.ts4.ret.C.rh. I I Church. : truck sack or bulk. Make offer of WIDOW WILL SHARE home with I|I unfurnished house close, in; yearly. home on a handsomely landscapedplot I floor Rico cad noaa; Pi.-r MM
adults. Clean. Good bus service i ii lease. Call 23040. I Ana Goodwin wttk Barman osodwkilac.
bar best price you'll pay per hundred.
{ ao* *am. that especially
4 praaa. MEAT of troand are
ft. Preescr f
11.1. at bar.I
bHOT GUN. 12 double -
gauge Phone3-4130. j
m ..
.. CASEI0 b Allendale. S. Brator. 6TT W. Orange a $sDELANXY
Paak trax. Iota boot. .I > : 1 block. 2 I I I tel; like new. plenty shells; f'a B. W. J. Youmans adapted for use by two families who
P-f.A s A.. koa.rase pIns . walnut I .. I".motr OOO down. baW ,i No. C. 1 JO* X. Central.6PRINKLINO 0 t C.PASTURE j RNJflHED 4 rooms and bath larte ;I 51. Homes for wish to hva near ech other. Price PARK DRIVr Mkt
. .. i. can pioro 55$; casofrom tnce (13 monthly. 43* N. Garland.I;I i i For horses reasonable. porch. Summer or yearly.. Only 30 for the two Is (20.000. For particulars -t rooms til* oath large \ Sties
,m aad I* M. KAo 112k*. :.; A.pwre SHOT GUNS and deer rifles; some I1, miles west of Fairvilla aa graded miles from Orlando. 622 Summett ADAIR-IVANHOa SECTION-Duplex. call Reese or Rolcomb with' with ftrealac. dtaiae rnoir ***>

. P I. .., ked ;1 Mea' homo. I _n.. Phone 2-2883. I Hospital. road by cattle pens. C. St. Eustis. Fla. "< 2-\Ory. Each side has; 2 beorooms. ONsrrt-Moor 109 X. Pine; phone tim kitchen witS cmpie f.- >00. T

.. ..,-M: . r .le'mt CANS O''lle L Click. _ _ _I NEW7 MODERN 'hrM-bedroom hgot.Furnished. sleeping porch b.. living room :.113". porches Oak floors. !a\j--\ u x.'l
rim . C.le. Bhop (175 . Call Geer.e JtID. dial I( dininc room kitchen and front and 4separate car carat This prope.-fr ;-" * *
Dw..fIa hl .ld
can 11. and
.prlkln. with western saddle bridl.
(14 M; lawa _. 10; I bos.It. i O. 2111.I stor. Co. 2 E. Flo*. Phon PONY.. Pholl. Winter Park.899-E. I 7267.I I II rear porches. One sid* fully furnish- I ; fta.l :oroo a lent caadatt, clean *r her??.

( *** ranse. 51.. oil .. 'M; I 23163.SOUND. I I I' ed. Lake view large grounds fot'.ddIUoa.l month and own 'I.rtmeni \ Completely and beauill r. 'j'i-id.
I income
$* ..BorO apart r also (.Move. M: 3- I 1 RiDING HORSIS-2 well trained: CLOSE IN-Large bedroom with pri- > development. This I* a AU furnished. 7000. terms if desired. Sea It at ear*. Priced.at 7:4.500 Saf

A *ae .. --" . bamer .."_. 55 M: tort stock of 0 MACE- Check: with straW SYST us and delD the ODe 5..d. Call2-0990 or 241l04. vats bath and sitting room. Box good buy. good location for home. taI -i See owner. Rm. 12. 44 a W. Mr. Stewart witS Har '

tmrat"cHmitv .-,** u. .. .. sheet pillow lart. or. 8tu 8. Main.Caderwaod Executone: te Sad system for of- 1164 8-Stsr. ; come end investment. Terms to res Church fit.'CLOSEIN Realty C*. 90 K. WasnUxttoaPhaae $6.
5544.5. drip Mirber. "'1.. pan Inte-ol 1 1i 40. Pet Stock and Supplies I! ponslble psrty. Immediate possession j $124DUPLEX
e. lIce f Business Equip.; _
5.5.4 T.Pwrnitar C.. 12 ttandard typewriter. N.' Phone 5454 !I 47. Rooms for Rent \, N* phone Information. For appolatment -
Co. D
PkT CHArJl o la>o4 table! W, Pal .4071. Mol "5.. Cal.t r.bu:i I ; BOSTON PUPPIES pedigreed. ARC to show call M/ Ohio. 2-O642. BUNGALOW-Very nom

** ak f) "ea e tkok : (SI S. 1 SIZERS- lek dryers roller elivetors. registered. Oak Crest. H mi. East AMELIA AVE.. 28 E.-2 nice room ;. J. A. L. Ohio. Real Estate. 108 8. and oot.IlD"c.: .etn"Po Hat. PATS M* MTBallt -
I Woodstock standard earha. I 1V Reeves trsnsmis- of Highway 17-92 on Loncwood-Ovio- Connecting bath: kitchen privilege ,, Court. oak
UP.r.r. _
i 'I M.sb.4 P I I I I 2-car senate Near itor and school.
etLl otal. ... Co..lte rebuilt andtasrsateed I I lions house; m1eU.neu. endluon.1 do ro.d.BOSTON. AMERICA 8T- 121-Lake. Lucerne. ,, AVALON BLVD. 446-New block. Price ( .: 00. Beues Investment I year. Ceuccew 55.5$
TOED Veac'* .s i Choice: cool: attractive. Guestrooms rooms. Large bedrooms beautiful ntohed. Rent tl24) axoanhlT
Iftm rotkaea no "alna l Foscat Growers Cooperative. . TERRIER PUPFIESdicree. - C*. 25 W. Washington. Phone as13.I .
. M metal Re> t..nur. .t.ad.r (7 50 and 110.I large living and dining rooms; larce eaah.
'*540 ww kwNO. I I : Ire 1 ur. >I Box 2613. Orlando.TYPEWRITER. I Litter registered. 7 week I I I s5.Wasusly
I in *O. eaa bark rorker, II M: Cpll r.I' Ila.nt.c Rear of 441 N. Hughey St.poppies I fireplace. Duotherm circulating heater Asher Peter 55olt. f.
I.. t child 405* aad chair. 55 M: 4-pteet '1' s Woodstock; 1044 CLOSE El CooL Private '.11.. Near lovely built-in .features mirrors. COLLEGE PARK-3-bedroom frame and Mimi 21w ,
.. registeredBuff. .
ar aJk *.atowa 1 wo'Bwl bedtoom .. |7k M; lars Post ., pU..to."t..I model: II Inch c.r. 3350 8 COCKER SPANIEL I 644 MscncJla.CLOSE tie bath with shower linen clcoeta bungalow. Breakfast nook, 2 screened
... s. oak barret. (It. Orlaad .etie. A.tl.U'e HiI' Dixie . I weeks old. .. Also. I Grille. plenty outlet door chime telephone porches. aU iplc-and-apaa. '- '.
"me c5SSr. M.t I Buff cocker: at stud- lot. Immediately available. S2SOO
modeL conduit Venetian blinds beautiful
M Chafth.PURirrvkE .I n.pl IU.S. Late
= 5 a completely nID.t TYPEWRITERon.(6O. 23004or CANNED DOG FOOD-Puss '10 Boota I CLOSE IK-206 Hillcres' A.. sow picture window wide eaves. Aluminum cash balance like rent. Sec today. DUPLEX Csto IB ;" reet

built. :a= 50. 11' codIUO.. Ph. has a fish base. feed.Brownie's with me.I. Private b.tll. windows and screens. Terracea. Georgia von Schiller. Realtor. 118*. baths. Larc set. Loo* 'hi* '
*wlrand aeed. "pay W* have a tee T2Q. Wikinsn I Kennel sc17eo't Mac Close to an around.2car = and make offer lerrra (8e55Wi
I IN-NIC* cool room. hiss lot retaining eaU CITY New block home. 4i
;:= cash oavo 10 per eeatoo. WARE Knives, forks teaspoons lac tfn N OvaaceiDOBeDRXAO 9e e' 55
.. . and K. slid TABLE noils Av*.. phone 423 bus line. All modern ron..lIHncn.i carase. Caa be seen anytime. i room furnished. 1 brllroom.tua' ,
....O. I yoar n" **. 1 h. rale and other desIring and en t.ble.pna. etc.. in RoyalStreamline I DOGS BOARDED.* stripped. cUpped Summer rates. Phone 1767. (14.000. (7OOO Pint Pederal mortgage i complete bath laun- I COONTRY rLLT
$ steel with polUhed -
.."-'. ( jt n. ..l ClaeerUc Check with finish. Knox Stores Co. 25 K.Free. I I and bathed. bra Small Animal i CLOSE IN-Adwlninx bath. Hot wa payable (49 month balance cash or. Iplr'r- ca* kitchen nicely i I 2-bedroom aoea*. arreeiri :
; .a..i.. Hospital. 16OO N. : 484*. Good bed. Well furnished. can refinance, (9500. Owner 511 landscaped lot. Total price (5775 Lart lot. CAse to bus line l.'
2-3163. t ter.
H i; 0. Stuart. 11 a Main; 815& Phone Robinson. Anloll Blvd. ___ term King Real Estate, 30 Eo', S cash. Call H. f Boicnd. R'BM a
309 E.
.. .a Pveo elsie tana kitchen la rust DOG FOOD. Knbb.es and X-cel doc Cool. -
t osttmaia on :, I II TILE your bath and ADAIR SECTION 2-bedroom. fnri .Church: 4-5- Sunday. 72 ie. ODUBSDRCAD 0
and supplies. Orlando -
remedies I
bedroom privateentrance
finely towelledModern proof Permatlie; free estimate CLOSE IN-Front ;
DASW44..s. I 10, .. 11(14.FVOOM N. Oran I X-cel Store. Dial 2-3524. I adjoining bath phona 2- I & bungalow; CITY LIMITS-4-bodroom home and
420 Ocane; include Central Florida Sates. 2323 I ; I Ioe4''la' I..l1m _
-. | OVENS oil stove I I 41 JOB buis I
ta, kvayk I lo 115411. PUPPUS--Pu..tored. 024. Ol (9 fruit tree on bus line. 10 mlnntes un
.e. DIal wormed vaccinated .
I Inlaid' and I oa* two-burner type BumbyHardware. bedroom black bonsaI .5''
I II Lancston Court. north of city. Ideal for chicken
IXalUmU CY&I10 1
.. .._U.. pruned robber-like raa.keea 102 W. Church. VENETIAN BLINDS-3 days deliveryWhy English shepherds. Eskimo 1 i COLONIALTOWN. 623 N. Hy r. Attractive or Just plain easy living. About (6OOO attached. N* afmUon here c's,. "

wk I and_" _SI tltiddea'a.PV4XMI ._ "6O.r ." I buy cheap blind when yow I I cpitx. Toy fox terriers. Pit bull En.I .- ; double' room twin beds. AMELIA A va. 1231 E.-3 bedrooms i I cash required. See Mr. Ayr with ncy Realty; 2-2471.
.Aj "OR..rln female .nd. sun parlor that ha *tatlonary -
males (15.00 .
"nee \BAR > can get the best for Just a few cents i I lisa tetters Nest bus and ..rin.i I
Ct.ZASW-.tst water 1. Realtor 668 IT. Cram DUPLEX
r Ro t. Prvde One ,
belDt aweincs and drop awnings i atorr tram* r.i -
..n*>ootot* .. laktoO ool line tmora. Uae .(1.s..r.551y15 ckPditloB. a a23. '' at more 102* Made Edcewater in Orlando Dr, ph.by 2-O455 Charles 'i. (10.00.females Scotch(15 OO. Cocker cf Ules. spaniels males (25 male 00.*1 !i i CHURCH. Small ST.' sleepin 431 Xv Only Next(4 perweek. to 1 make It available a* extra sleeping' *. 2-4596. tloa, baitt tact prior to 5*r alcellent .
... 518 k-Mb (04 *< ntoirk two 4thoa .u payment, VENETIAN BLINDS-The best males $$.. -female (20 00. Ship' oil heater modern kitchen. Hous 9 bedrooms 6 baths. Excellent inc room-dialnc room cow ->
_I from WVOP tooor POSrC rvpreoa. T-to 4 ta.kwita. aad little I(5 per ._th. BelMS no more at Adems III W C.OD. aoprevaL Woodvllle Kennel. I town. lane service porch hall lie' floor location. It needs palatine, NIC bedroom, lart* claw. r ;r

.I4 okoio *lt key 10k. to I la (IS.WM ay Well Dnilinc Pump $ PI i 1 Orlando. Ph. 5M. ceDtraJ.1 Owins 8. C.PIJEPIESPurcbred.. ClOSE IN-Double or single: cool bath plenty' of eASel spaceHas Just but It's a money maker. Larte valuable kitchen and bath. eampl.teVbeautlfallr > .'

.. .*-. .. *SSISIIS ata All t' cat ..ata deatred. ,,a I I Winter Gardea Rd. 1 mIle eatS ; VACUUM CLEANER. Air old | room seine lake: laundry and been re-conditioned like new. vacant. plot of ground. Buy now while fkraamwd. Hie* eel

h*wk of ..) ..i Wook- A. OtIs v. Orlando Phon tori.i t attachments, prewar: us'very two months Chinese:; I phone privilege: 32 tfc Rosahnd. < W. have the key. Price (10.500 with 'I It can be had at : .. Good tlal locatloa. ctoa t* WlkUrhoppinc > 4
female (25
ran o. p i ai""POBTB.-.,' n. ** i POWER UNITS.-Continental engines *.ttle A-I condition. Phone 9229. English Bull Police male: 125; I I COLONIAL DR. 115 E. Double. I terms. Prank Crebs. Realtor. 601 ; terms. See Oeo. P. Brass Realty Co. district Oa aaorta
Chow German
: u.4.$54544u.s. "Hi or i Metcalf Building; phone 2-1710. 19 E. Central Ave. Ph/ 2-3155. held for buyer occwjoncy A a
$ Bleeping porch.
(8.50. Single.
Astir til 4 i for agricultural and In- VACUUM CLEANERS "Universal" _
Idu. female (15: Scotch Collie male (20:
>Ml ASS HI UWIk r..s. I.t... Wmter Park) I' stellatlana.. Plorld 4 8P1 I' with all attachment Bamby Hard-J I female (15: English Shepherd. Pit (5. I ARLINGTON AVE.-2 bedroom frame I t COLONIALTOWN SECTION Pvr.nisbed Hints vafua at Inc.(13.BOO.. Beattor Chenaalt m X.and Ork A

-.- -S.. 5554. .1 T Co. .W. Church \ .' II'. :' W.r-. 102 West Church. Bull. Toy .Shepherd. Fox terrier. Rat CASSELBERRY Azalea Lodge I I bungalow la.cood condition; fur- well 2-bedroom home. Yoawtlflik Phone 7234. .

** .. 477* .!5 $ 'A |- ewfilatiBO. special I lrr15stlao'lodus-. WATER SYSTEMS-Complete stock terrier or Spits male (15; female American Plan Hotel: riding hones.flrhlnc. J wished or unfurnished. Priced right I i this. 8750. (350O e*
to* -. ... .*.1. r*> I I II, Oiher* M Fair Store.Ik. iwPA' I.I. Florida Pipe for farm or home. Farm St Borne i (10: Shipped C.OD. Your approvaL bunting in season. Winter j I for qukk sale By owner. Box 168 balance easy. Roper Realty; Church [Continued On Pace
I* .Pmt4e A**. W OMtrrh. Supply Co.. n Church: ph. 511$. Machinery Co.. 430 W. Robinson Ave. Marian Kennel Fountain Inn. S. C. Park 9174-W. I I S-8tr. land Main; 2-3433.


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: !, @'rnttnr.- tar I II. HwBlM ff Sal 51. Houses for Sale I 51. Houses for Sale I 51. Houses for Sale 53. Groves for Sale 54. Lots for Sale -56. Business Property for Sale OCEANPHOtlT Beath- Prspn'----.

riORIOAPM LAKE PAfRVnW LOCKHART. JT. room boas I PAR AVE.-Bus. Gl and a lovely 2 | SUB AN DANEorne. S GUEST HOME In exclusive'that neiehhilhwsytrsfflcfetdsint0 mala- taratebed: far r*** Se. 1* fc.;

OnD.JULY Itttl ass 2-.dr*e.1 boU. with 2 . $ trail- bedroom home lot to ask for | ft.; borhood-and located a It ""*. quire Mike Jo*BBS. 5/5 BWMBB* amDaytoaa

1 .. U. 1147Cii. I btis5.Sp. *...... .. .. Co able. bus: (19 per month; no downpayment. bat we have U. The answer to the I ROM AND lCM ONE OP OUR BEST OFFERINGS $4 500. Owner leavtnc town mus'I..U. home ha* three Beach. _ _ _
UK *tw. ( with .. Rt. 2. Box 321 C. Golf players dream. Modern kitchenwith Inquire side .nu.nc W. H. this two story guest downstairs and ifHAVE the clIMe boos.
te. M7M. equipment Included. Sll.OOO On Ridtewood Are.-Very modern; bearIng grove *. 223 Liberty batha NOW bOW 'sI
IAcr.h..Y .D threTbedrooms * beach
( r lrain.r rare kn*. 110.... c. U. T..*'. ..N. LAEE SUSANNAH SECTION-la 'Ja with terms. We will appreciate theopportunity excellent rendition. Large 2-bed i . 15.000 boxes small tracts with 1 dining. room.breakfast VD, |I that Ave Sew _ayrsa R'sI

ISIS N. Or.*.. M44_today.LANCAOTtR . Brand new block bungalow of showing you thl. < room apartment first floor. 2 hnl T fruit set. Also about 10 acres of 5UIUBAN-LI and stairs ISok. rom. fine I Ocean block from Atlantic es
a.J. Prank Realtor. 01' furnished 2nd floor. 3 i on n.. EastWestHKhwsy. d. screeii-1 Only x
property. improved pasture pur.br.d. Barf bedrm
EAST-1 klocka. Baa- with o room and b.a. Floors covered e.b. 2-1710. .lt. .. 1 W. A. M.K.nH Broker; I ed porches Basement and n new. modern one t5 .
: II j 2 .r taraie. Registered BrahmaI
SI.$ ll with Asphalt Windows h.naamlll ..t.1 Blldln. .tm.te < Ouzr. Winter Just completed ST saSsy e.
c ** KaleptTMOMAD .. la '4L 4950 Cheney; 2-7144. Good buviness .ftOHarra home
ft. A Investment at ( and
"li 2.r.. .ku tain and screens. Good ROSALIND AVE. Close In. Lt I cattle. Buntslow needs rp.lnl 15KS. Call Vera Tyler ttroctloo. Priced to atlldesired. lersig S
t .. ak electric Kitchen wired with life T 120.00. terms. barn. For p.reul.r. e.1 Mr. Phillip WINTER PARK fLaxe 109 E. Pine. Call or ore P E Wu* .
PICT-.Ms4sj 11. PD. solid 2-story frame .ID I
b. P. ". -' & ColOO ..0 electric (. cant "u.I roof offer security. 10 rm.; 2 II A.he. Pt.r. Re.lor. Corner with Wete.1 I Temple Drive section) : Mor. and corner Phone County 3411. New
aorta** UraU'hT*: aavedtf this at the DrIes of 1.8. McNltt baths: furnace heat. L.r of Central M.I; 781.BOW I Bide. phone ls. pective home bonders should t1:55APARTMENT rnUhed Beach. Pi*
.e I ..... *. poe.aotrk St.Heasley.Pboa R.ltra 1$ \I 15 larte room and t.th. ocuPl.d by as these$295.choice 1/3 Winter dowa. Park balance tot*in. as small. 2-bedroom carate apartment. /. *ii.OOO .- .iReal Estatp U'arvUd
owners. Upper Can
. n, LASS ZOLA 110 ftr .1.r monthly payments. Utilitlea avaU-, or anf.mlh.d at S9.50O.
8E0l I ment plus 2 bedrooms.
." A *.* aw* roam ABU TI ONL-A n.. 53 Acreage for Sale able A look will satisfy. Carrltan & be bought on lem. AdJoinIn6eornrbusiness
AJ1 s..w boat* (M eaeWTlaa.Prwa I.m.Pram.coottmciioa. MARKS ST. SECTION-.3-bedroom ed mostly furnished at 15.7S. With . room home Bcland. Inc. Owners. Can-lean Bide.. tot sn.d for business In ACRES. homo br. 44

."$* s *.* oa wood (11.,. 2 '. Borehc*. R home. Col porch. Oak n. tile terms. W.l System. 68 Pine: a fine 1.lchbrho. near Kaley acres closein. 672 N. Orange; 2-4531. one of the suburban ar.t srove Buyers waBlS5 O.1ss.Peslty
t.. Caa aavo toarwafM .* tot. aw for appointment. end I with taratt fruit 4641. i iRO8EMERE school 1.$0. S. .. Van Hoten HGHAY-l0. In Orlando Zussman with McK.nz. : 392 14 Qraa e;: 2-2471
C.1 cross
<* | affi .u with .. 12 S. ; 330 a.. l'i BLOCKS OFF ORANGE AVE.- : -Heriiil It aa l
- .1 M tak* >* oat '1 $5saisis. .. Price S10.300. Ann G.ID'' Exceptional 3-bedroom C M.I State hiihway. $2.500. Mr. Lane with 12S.Main2r4.75._ BUNGALOWS sayt -
A. Mania slip O. P. with Herman Ooodwia Inc.. Brok.r IVa tile bath. Frame buntalow. 2i i 2-775. Herman Goodwin Inca Broker; 677 SO ft. front. p."r. Water on lot I HIGHWAY 17-92 Corner Eatonvtlle bedroos. Close $5. U e.

ceiAKtr $t-rairr i*** *>.*. baa- B.I .Put; abwa* MU.LANCATTZR 077 N. Orange: 9853.MAITLANDEd I car taraie. laundry maid's room and I YOU'VE of owning a N. 9855.LKEFONT . First $850 It Leavinc town. I Road Maitland. 175 ft. '" College Park. 2 btdru lvsaDS.4

... T_ ton* bi r imi. Iw"M ,. of Winter Park. i ..tn. 10 ft. lot. Large living ), modern DREAME r.mbln. style bungalow Or.n. I Apply 2702 S.nl.r.m A. | on hlthway. 585 ft.der.1 9 room | Hinton. Realtor. 110 5. *el$5sa.

p.h *.. .. BWUM Pour room frame buntalow with rom porch b.uU'u trees of bdrom. and 2 b.th., L- miles south I 100 FT. BUSINESS LOT on E. Robinson I home o :: 7632 _ _
.'. .. B*** .,..i. ..1 SMB PARK-3-kedroom d two bedrooms. Three tots .1a 30 : : shrubs. I uo tile eonstr a bit 1.1.. "r.e sandy lake.. at Bumby. $2.400. Stripling home ::"h.oV'n has : UsuiilI5rtie0. wa.wr-

..**.*a.*) !eamr .. ms. Pr.-... bvatatow. Tile .: large besting treea. nl bat i I r m and occupancy. Close : There are S acres and it onHishway 120 ft lake 30 f. deep.A I with M. J. Mos Broker. 132 SMainphoiie6977. j I'prk. to $ with Non-retail. $10 000 to 511.115
. ,, for price
> MMkallt school and stores. Let real buy $6OO tt.1 . Realtor. 140 N. for bss.4l
i Orn.e.
electric and AnidisI 17. There 1 ample room 3 prospects
oak ftooet _.. i bl L tal Have
Venetian IUd. fae. __ __
. ClydeMcKenxie. 1
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: aeaiue* p M IIIIIB c.. I II. ford one. Robt. Pryde $2 2OO Lorme Aaarewa. Realtor
A a retired 'hi for rabin or any 2-282. _ _ _ _ paoposltMns David
treea pla. 'o cuDle. Pe. & o'he busla. 8 FRONT LOT
*. .. .1.100. i 12 S. Main: 2775.LKEFG12 EXCELLENT
I t nit 2-41JJ I 56550. See Mr. P01m with I I K.ltr. 66 N. Orante. 2-4S96. \ our sign on this property 5 m.le close in. LK ) on termsH KlLLCREST AVE.. 226 Doctors. Winter Park. $55 _ _ _ _

: we****** .t- I. Shepherd Realty E. 'Wu1MB.utUu SUBURBAN-Block construction. Fur II north of Msitland. $21.5. terms. are. S mi.* of F. R..lo..C.rlca Bide I would this do for a clinic building BUNGALOW Lt3Tfl0S- $.

DOT SECTION-Duplex 0 tea St.Phoa. 5124. nished. 150x150. citrus trees. i I M. .J. Mote Broker. 12 ..I: pin 672 N.BI.nd; 2-$51. ? 1 bit rom.: 3 car garages mento.crove bssdress ..,44Pa.

I" - ,.. I I! horn with $6000 Lt. 5 ISO E. phone 6977. I land. Some tm"r. Flowing well sec LOTS Select anti 4 rom. .. Lt 210 ft. d..D. *. hoawe and lotoland. Wl$5.$ap.
cApltly BUILDING your .
I . BEAU .. home with an mo-i tion. . e acre. Term Inc.Broker site now in the attractive home Dba I''Would .appreciate 610 N.rll. C.Ave.REmerick. Broker 23 W Cbs B;

MM.., c... leM rtl 5.tsDsrbsod. Ko reat .ul In eoa 2-bedroom cement i er eonvnl.Dcn owned by out-f- I Mr. Lane with Herman. .G.ln dread Country Club .UOD Lt R..llor. Or.na COLLEOB PARK Home. J beSt.
. 0 f SS *a* apartmeal Prleo S11.SOO. i dition. well landscaped lot. Living room. town man .. asked that I sell : 677 N. : 183. aU aizes. Close to school Tel_1348. unfurnished Caa pay $1555 _

A-;-Ctoaed k44 Bat. O tek aooniiUB. Harlow o. PredrHk. and there i* plenty of fruit. Then I SUbo'r$25OO Kittinter I .. sacrifice, price. Shall be glad t LAKE FRONT-HomeSite; 20 acreson stores. Priced reasonably. Cash orterms. I INVESTMENT PROPERTY-3 new I. Csil__Winter_ Part_517__ _ _
T. Ml
!: IU M. Oeaa* Dial tlaa. ar* two bath and tome fnrnlshlnttar rs. you this real home which can Jane 235 N. Main; 7559 store-rooms, leased for $ .
)* 4< RosIly 42 W. sow beautiful Crooked Lake near BrO. CONTACT C. B Devi
WMWer. Paew.MM Manual If. treat .5.. :OrUado.- tlude a 111.5. S. Mr.Realty Folaom ,i SOUTHEAST couldn't.build It !: b h.ndlP on easy terms. Kelv. I Sanitarium. Cont.c o.ne. 418Broadway. BUSINESS LOT. W. Church corner I: ly. with Increase Exceptional to $26O 25nb crove. home asS DmMs. .
Sh.pb.rd next
.lh Room 8. Realty. Russ sign on F..r far F P. W-
; -_ n.,., Co Wanhtnitcn St. Phone 5124. for the pr. New well constructedbungulow. C.ntr.1 I east of M.ttr.s I I Ilh. price of personal service ask
emeMa 2 with tld- WHY NOT YOU?-Some one wilt 1 property. Fostate, 629.TWO SI.5. Re.-Mc1.. en. 104 E Jefferson. 2-1545

..:., *. .: ** E LasS HOLDEX OECTIOK Jatt com- I. Two larte bedrooms .b.t.la.kltch- I let a bariain in this 5-bedroom. 2 I 10 ACE on Curry of Cheney Ford Ro.d HIghway.l's- LOTS and house trailer I Realtor 128 N. Gore_and j! Q YEB HOliaa WuililiBBM tjft

I like it for bath home tile roofs studio apartments mie hi his. and sanitary toilet. INDUSTRIAL CORNER. wit IsSe55RIse
en. ,
IA.TlaVaaV Is Youl on 16.15. pine; .n .cr. H. H. W.le. i your property
= ateted two bedroom-fir* room MATTLAXD Tem. be arranted. ( . double tarate. Furnished. 3411 IS St.. uu. Ln.. t I l'. block east of Tern Creek onMichigan. Slith. appro 515. SU...trd. Realtors Cheaault Jesi44U. ..
t5p ,7. .= Smuts I Brass Realty Co. 19 E Central Ave.Ph. move in. $1.0. Claybauth. Real !I W.shlnolol VJt rent Price .bor Br. 672 N. Orange Ave Paoa 1234
frame living StNEW
koaa 1 story room _
tart tot aecttoa tor. rotected. Owner.j437Jtevere: .
23155.SUBURBANRanch kersj
6aHart etoai ( .Cwarta room large kth.a 1 bedroom and 561.EXA 20 ACRES-Frontinc 1320. feet on CHOICE RESIDENTIAL tot. Delaney I -E1.GLAND.299-322.

J trarll .komt. Pram* cODttrnc. ,,1.a dosS; 4 rom. and bath up. type bouse. SECIAL..-with Unfinished 7 extra S U. S. 441. by 16 feet deep with and Kaley section. 50x140 priced the square In Winter Orr.In HOMES WANTED-W* Beef 2. 1 Mat
made 90eitrI Plenty of land Thoroughly IoU to in. Several faralsao >
be .p.r.nt. side road. Ideal tourist court or HI. ImDro..m.nt. 6-room a bedroom boases. **
: 174 feet on bl.h. nished. Offered at high shade trees in Conway Bet us tots that sell quickly of town owner says liuld.t Prtcee! far t44lsW BJ*
ds wits ataetto thlacto* roof. &" 16.950.0. trailer camp. Price wi house. ; furnttrvd.
line 16.5. and 3-room
"h u Ok 1 mile from city city water P Wheeler 1.bl.
terms. Exclusive fur-I at todav'a Realtor. 15 W WaaVIncton.
25 prlee. Jayer
44NI.J ., .lh P..cot Investment Co., Fred Broker: 118 E. ; Joe O.
Portb. Ban Bros. Atency. Realtor 112 N. Steele Broker No electricity city bus. 3 blocks. fbo' 8513. with C. B Davis. Realtor. 104 E. Jefferson Ganl. Dial 5151 or MM.
win un phone
100* .
carry Sunday 4328
t; : n T Orans AT*.. TeL SI89. West Central Avenue. and stores IO.. Real ba..ln 2-1649. I phone
e : some one that can finish house and NORTHEAST units close to shopping -
lass at fl-MOOO P. I SECTION-New S-room I SELLi-2 adjoining Dubs-
*_ 01 w SOt buntalow. Corner I Ilot. has $2.800 cash. Exclusive with Mr. 20 ACRES land in S acre tr.ct. nearOrisnoo. PRICE T" 5613. Claybauih.Realtor. district. Good yield. 119 500.I WAirWtJ-W Mao .
eoncr.t blol Morski with O'Harra-Moore. 109 E. AU Grace lot. .10. I Other apartments and guest homes HOUSES !
rM M* ..Moata with .dowaParaxBl MIND Lar I* 10-room home $ Ask for H-84S. Harold : Pine St.: phone 2-238. Morse 5228 CI.r. Lone or p.r.. 5.Celfornia. . I yielding a good Lyle withHerman peels for J. 3 aadl ** ff
porches: raltabl for V. Condict. Realtor. 37 E. Cen- C.da. r.lur.)1 677 homes is cood totaisaa. Call W

Iw.n. aAo ..tlltlbl oL .R..* J lars ".M. or tourist home. One trol: 6137. j 55. Country Property for Sale I N. 0 .Oo.ln. ; Nicholson. Realtor. J-Mlfc 14 L

acr tot shads and frit. Se* Bear Head Rd. across I ; Main St.BOUSE .
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__ Mofltt sliD O. P. 0. Realtor.Pawk . B. EdlnburshDr. I HAS IT-Maitland. ACE 'ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL-Near
op* Mr* B"nkel.1 ShTb. : frame house:r GLEN ., ; hard road front CHICKEN1 FARM Modern 5 room i;!
I .. Winter Uvlnt-roora and electric pump: cheap. Ph. 2-2883. house new chicken house.Fruit Tko to OrBM :; ageS WAHTED Wi 5. prs
House on State hiihway. Newly .n : -
. d.c i this 'ideal for a
makes spot
atnc boats caU I
*ra. fat toMinn 112 NORTHWEST-Looklnt for th. best in* room combined: huge L front Arranged for 6 tourist running water, bal with H. F. for SBoawra > asS 5-8-

Mf 4wm* buy *f the pest' Here It ll! A furnished. porch; approximately 50 citrus trees; I or.tr. owners apartment. 175 ACE of new land for water road. Let us show you thl 1970.1 1.00.. Thelma KI..id Car- If year BOB** to tor Ml oaf.iJofcnsoa.
J. for next 672 N. Orante:
"Jfrtl ho Mmk. 1- I 2-bedroom bun.ao. well- electricity; sprinc-fed river mnnini I It-rom.on b.id... frontate. 90 fruit ((50 b c..r.d season W. K. Price Real I risan Bld R..lto. phone 2-4551. Realtor. 144 B. .

.1 luUt. with a lovely kitch through property: price $4.0OO: S8OOdown I I tr.... Front and rear porches. Garage. e0... Orange rnt State Groves. Orance A.eCOUNTY I i -Specianxiac k* _ _ _
Lair 03MO cash and of ; balance $25 month Including | t "
WOA-4.cttsa--Am.oz 01 b.l.ne property should brine an PROPERTY "Sine 1916. i WANT-P. .
I= 8 keaaiilttl so... Iram* UO *t5 month. AU this-and 4"*, Interest. Ask for Paul Bardmsnwith ' Ts about $4.000 per yearbeside I z.n.o. Peter. Realtor.He ORANGE AVE.. Commercial LlSTnoaS help ai mtg
I > I reatals. Lot us yaa .
$4lis. .. en.tat prIvileges tool T. see this exceptional Mastic Williams. Realtor. 2 owners apartment. Is sorelesson ACRES at per acre. Strip- probably knows." Central and I buildinc on 135 foot tot. Priced a
.. i Tl 2.0 I tropeyty.: NaIl Sr's. 55550. 112
rp. I call Stlmpsonaiaton. West Washington St. Phone 8106. 1 $175 per front foot. See M.r I
bargain for $16.- with M. 132
payiac UTS b.r.a. FARM 15 acres. A fine IlIS.
MO. Broie. dial
"L C" un. =Unit 1 block kiu. Owner I Re.llr. Metcalf Bid.. SUNSHINE PARK-Duplex. Nicely 5OO. Terms $6.500 down. Open Sun- 1- 8. Main; phone. I hOI.-Built 'In bath and-ro hall i Floyd with Bettea Investment 8513. Co..

". prtc (. to "J.I I Phone 81! furnished. 4 Electricrefriecrutor. days. A. C. Golden Broker; 1121 N. FISH ANDSWIM. 210 frontate .' electric kitchen house completely -
e. needed. Well built AU'm-l.condition. 2- Orlando Ave.. near Maitland underpass beautiful shore line f.lake near furnished. Every
- .I.. e .J .. B. Real- j I )1-c..Llr.:9;: newlypainted rsr gurage. Income. .1. ). Winter Park. Orlando. Cheap. About 3 acres. Clay I deep pressure '. ronnDI.n.. t LISTINGS WAIeT-w, $555 5

I torl04E.Jellertoa._ _ .._ : A-I ca 500. Sam Johnson Co.. 208 S. . bauth. Realtor. 5613. shade ..1 flowers. 150 variety citrus I ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL-South vaitiac ot far r44NI

lAS? . dillon; Imdl.t _Nlon: ST. CLOUD-Six rooms bath nicelyfurnished trees. inevery -300 ft. hi-way frontage. -rom I ties. Ross Kay Ladelsa,
eombm.tl1 I.n. .
AT LAKE (4200 and worth furnished home. 2 porches. Dandy location I 375 N. Oraase. c23.I
WCNI 8lC-. 3
: = .. .r rl. : Frpl.c. carate. newly 53-1. Ranches and Timberland rom. l.r. sr.en prch. I
P. "re J. Mattox Realtor. 145 N. p.lntd. nftn .. tr.... UNFURNISHED 6 room house: 3 bedrooms miles r see to develop. Permanent lnmf.

1.41 .. '. .1 pleo.I bat**. .froat..porra.r; lota.oarwbbery *.. Mats: $505._ _ _ _ _ t.tre. near lovely conI : screened front and back 6000 OR BETTER-One of flhis I to rditonye.I; : Price $9.85O. Harlow O. Fredrick. .
esiass N44444NMlass. NORTHEAST Modern and nice priced In ACRE terms Orange Ave. Dial 8188. |I I LISTINGS wATw-d
as eon.n- norh. porch; massive workshop rear the cattle close to 110.00. Shn .pplnt
.. .. .slal Oa. SO* B. Mut.f.Apc3TIiPA tllAoo.. Bam "$ I ient Hits attractive tn quick sale. 14.9. YOI make a 20x20; 1 car tarate. Lot SOxlSO: Orlando. Seeded r.nche ranch .D'. H. BI.cl. R.ltor. Ln.- n*. E. P. $iSJIs.. *s.N5t

Sl 4 M.fP4i. = -.1 tram bnntttow with two nice nice profit property if held fruit and shade
. .t 1. Eicepttoaal I bedrooms toldcn oak floors wide until FalL W. Ol"n Owner 611 1495; cash Hurry for this AU f.ne.d.b.r A bargain Ibot. per FEW: MILES FROM ORLANDO-New cour site 135 x 150. Neat little REAL BBTATE WAPi -

eattoa. lito .'I landscaped tot I one of our best Kentucky Ave. Cloud. F.. i Call 15...Tlm.n. with M. D. .c. Also I have a acre place 2-bedroom residence. Partially fur- . caraie. oak shade. 18.' client wait in* far ISSSi

Oak Prewar . Mtcely 'I. value*. Price II'S.nfurl.hP Call SUBURA- 5 miles 2-bed Bailey. Realtor Church St.. worth buying 10. Se. H. E. I Dlr. Good tardrn land. 25O chlck- J. R. Homard. Broker. J0 N. and litres. id15et, 5fl

WI 3 ".* $ 4 . Mr. Morskl 109 buntalow.,O.s.t electricity ..767.LVEY. Wheeler with cO Shepherd RealtyCo. I .ns ducks. .45. Terms. 7325. Walter W. Ho's inesuiSS's 44

Ubia" . r,._ _.. Lart u... .. E Pine; phone 2- 86.N1HIiIONWo.rn. and city water. Two high lots i I Ph 20 E. WashIngton St. Phone 5124 : Ask Asher Peter. .. ; Cea- I POST OFFICE Business site-Income N. Oranse Ave_ _ _ _ _
. ..1 aa p.rc 'I.pla. 3 Price $3000. Terms $1600 cash. Mr.Bryant : 5-ROOM BUNGALOW-At or 22629.2.000ACRESFenced.. I I trai and Main; 2-0786. producing now. end hi the I

.,t. Uood kltckea.au.tortnraUr aiaiaroom.. Donblo. with Herman Goodwin Inc.. j i Dr. lmm.dl.t possession. .on paved road. | LAKEFRONTHOME-On beautiful path of n..store and office available SALES LiSTINGS WARSW .

r.a $4as. Si 11.! llto drain board .IP.. 3 ahtor -* ed tot. Approximately 1-acre in rear. Broker; 677 N.-Orante; 9855. j Exclusive with H.r H..a. Broker Runnl'- water. 20 miles from Or. ,I clear w.te 1.le. t..nt minutesfrom I 8n. C. R. Emerick. Realtor. groves. furs. sad 5.5. Vs.

.-_ c.r P" . *. bodrosas; boa.Ural Completely. f.rDhe with electrtokitchen. SHY LANE DRIVE 1021-3 bro in Colonialtowr.: 8253. pr acre. (It was worth Orlando. frame resi 610 Orance Ave. Tel. '48.i depend oa oar 551551.. Mi

.0.. oik. uio U,.u I ,, I larse ar..nP porch. LEFT OF DELANEY-WeU built new this price years ..0.. Ask Asher d.n. with Cathedral e.ln. living i TOURIST HOME-N. furll. habdlin of saUlaatstc d5$55lo. 4.
1 .*. Lanadry.* .Pvrrowed I IoutBweut-4-roo' .rhe its.. I electric kitchen; apartment. home lane rooms. good corner. Peter. Realtor cor. Central and Main room larte porch one and clesn-3 blocks from toons inert*** SUE S. $ -
: ; oa taetal I.th. 40 1H Drive by if interested and 2-0788. bath on first floor 2 bedrooms and $ 15 W
walto. riaJrred fowadattoa. Ploor acre*. Plenty thad trees. Mostdesirable. ; let out $7950 Claybauth. Realtor. S613. I locality for all year rental*. Good Income er. McNBtt-Ueaatey. MIS.
Mrs. Slomka will show you around. bath on second floor. Fine high at price. $ liberal Washington It.PASS.
stool of wear. I i
fa.a & n oe* to appeortoto .- Owner coin t Or..on. Exclusive. E. B. Gay Broker. 116ft HOME"DISTINCTIOf-HolloW 54. Lots for Sale shaded lot. about 13O'x2OO'. Priced : term Vr.o 16.5.. ClydeMcKenzie. '
S. S. Main
E. Burnett. ; condition. Separate
$5.11 . rraa . heaaItlal Br.l.r. S. Orange: 2-1993 or W. P. 664W.I I at only $11.500 on terms. RexMcGlURealtors 8. Main: 2-4775.
444 I 1 WINTER s. -
phone 23063.IIORTHL&3TNear Clay
guest apartments. Class.
>...M toadataped new of Ala SUBURBAN-Modern frame. 5 rooms bauth. Realtor. S. BUILDING LOTS la colored .rlon Exclusive Ac.nt. 12S 14.Orante. . U. 8. 17-92-Higbway and lake fron- Must have 3 o) 4 L.L..........

* ,.. . 1 Ika kooM bi atmo* .., T and bath. Must be sold week. M.tc.1 Close In. T.rm. Phone 414.LKFNWhee tate. New 2-bedroom concrete 2 or 3 bath la gIM s-55-5-i__..:
.. ,. .. kat. *aa at a **rr ..r..;' new P.r Creek GoIng completely furnished '$3800.: I I MUST SELL QUICK-5-bedroom and BEVERLY SHORES Buildinc I the prixe bass 1 btol buntalow. Furnished. Electri- snd not over 8181waitinc. ISa.
. imatedtate School which hat Just been start With only $1.000 down. King 'I basement home well 'o.t.d. mostly eo.t new 2-bed I .
i ,
S .. oa la* .D, R. Es are lower .nd materials are .r Mo.ra. deep well 'Ideal business losSI I Please cell Oeo 7.
i reconditioned Re.l.tr. -
. Johasoa ; ed. T a tl 30 E. Church 8435. Sun. turlhId. $1.0. Claybauih room home. tile .. breese- I tion. .
u. A. n *' .. house of t.te. i tiful. Select your homesit now and b.t Exceptonany good Price. White Realty Co. 2-315S. II Ij
S ._ .- .. 200 B. Mala._ _ _ _ _ j I and .screened porch. r. b.U .. 1113. build a this beautiful section at way. Double .ppro.lm.tel I Bro Broker. 824 N. Mills. 2-1688. j Ave

.. .. -t.AibAY1iitCTION-P1IfltiMWd i hat been a completely repltttered.bou. SUBURBAN 2 bedrooms. Sleeping HOME. GROVE and fruit business in this opportune time. W.lte W. Rose 2a acres Landscaped. Am.l. lo WAREHOUSE-With modern office WE HAVE B5JT3 5515115
.. bwaiatow. M a ale* aihborhood. I I IWHk porch 6 lotsChicken Close beautiful Maitland residential sec Investment Co. 49 N. Orange Ave. price. B.tt..r this no,! Call and
a I* $4.500. W. think a full ; rnl. I showroom also employesapartment. I buslugsa prsSeetis. D....
U 'b"n. I I bidroaait. bath .. .r.' 01 would b* JustifIed.dcNVttHeS$1e7. to bu.school and ttoret. un tion. House with four is attractive two twostoryframe Or.1 Manor office 3356 N. Orange .. phone- 5159.R.Ion Now leased at $250 i immediate sal bat P. 4

IIi4411. 'pikI ..$11344. .porch Caa more nibS ta..1.I ) Realtors. 15 W. I I 11II.h.d. $4750. turnla.d. Mr. Nu- .bdroma b.tb. monthly for 12 months. Paved street lison, Realtor 37 W.
..W15.Gb R. BBMrtrk. a..It. 010 I Vraahlniloa Phon. 5106. tea Oodwn Inc.. There are five .ro.e. a frontage, pav LAKE BUTLER Modern cottaie. and R R. sidtnc. A real bartain at
$ ly established sift package fruitbusiness. COLE pAK-l0' LIBWEO$ WAPTW-Ws
0,.... A.* T.I. 1345rupiioiticotia. I Broker. 677 N. O.n.. . to completely furnished. Including terms. Oeo. H. Klttredse &
good for $5000 per annum blol. bU.ln.s 1.0. buyers If you aav* ID.
boTktSiaai. iras..eel ... btock coatuarttoa. J NORTH ORANGE AVE. ( SODTHSIDENew cncret blok. 2 i and a new and complete rental center. Out-of-city o.ne says an I electric rerl..r.tr. Sleeping aci 2-3176. Call A T. Carter. MM k
boiaTll i .
.. 1 NUI. bedrooms. .o. for cash. Have others in res- j : two large
l.. i will
..1 a..j i sldint 2-bedroom late. Price 1.8 screened porches. I Carter: Main and_CeatraL__ _
CPr 11.0-16 pier boat
Bea.ufal | High elevation.Aa
tutor** porchet. en equipment. Fruit trees. Price. I Call Dana O'Harra- .
1 S I
al .LI-OP !J.e: a* ft o* 241 I i idoop. A alee place for $ PI..I.re. $5250. Terms. Mr. Nunes with Herman Moore. 109 E. Pine; phone, 2-0836. .as S7OO with 1OV down. O. and "uIDm.na bath bo..s.letrc ROBINSON AVE.- HAVE PflOCPBXm waIts. tar bi
CA rt a .an*. Bammi* PraI I .1 Goodwin Inc. Broker 677 2.Orange C. Realtor O'Neal Arcade. lake front. I WET sod kusuman t* o.Il
rr..a Lorraine Hoffman with ClydeMrKeati ; Stw..t I
Central I HAVE A MOST 2-bed of the nicest locations Iske. right Call Oartecr Poll
a.tv tar.' .aw. Room 4. .. 1 a MaIn; 2-7J. : 98SS. I IVADERBIT home built .tr.c. con 178. I I An value you I Con In. 150x300, fronts 3 street S. CMWt: 24451.SAHTEDMsrtetabls.
**a Ortoa* Arrado: I rom trm. ; : W.. .50 tot nC.11oD.1 t.t ,i
... 10' ION -3-bedroom AVE.. near Orange; 4 < In the Northeast notion CNCR. f. at West- buy a the rental unita. Probably the best
**rs.ta. bedrosma.Tboe ALZThCSRWI.-21 for NRTHEUT J. Moss. colored Income % BTBMW.t4TtU .
.1 per 2 bathsl lot. i I of town wIth attached and 15. property on today'smarket.
hardwood .
.t bdrom. garage Price $ A. Grimes. Broker
eome ;
bet$ $ non ker. 132 S. phone 6977. 6.0. L For SIP. *( M)* BBMB. 5.Sasthise. >
1.4o5_ lot of house : ask Asher
.u &ha.t& h tort tot with plntF Irl' t 10.14. 12.50., stationary tu. Nl. h.rd.o ton. Phon. Infor.ton Kesltw. 0> I.lArcade OMoli
1m4. 144.111 :. ... ..I. 1 bus. Hillcrest C. Oael.. Broker; 118 E. O.rdea f. Peter ,. Central and H
is' b.ul'1 ,ldo. HOI. ) 4237.WAIOTD .
_.ass I" raataa -..1. .pn ahopptn center. Make offer. Jones 8561. Sunday 4328. condition. verytptcions M.I; 2-0786. :
i< 14MB.1 NORTHWEST New 2 bedroom masonry -
facia Iota fceaiufiil QUICZ-ll.ISS
.. f J. 8. with shade and shrubbery. COUNTRY s'
t M. 132 Main WINTER
Three bedroom
I r M. .I Taoe* ar* loar l-rwo aad balk.kitekonotto .u.. 6971.IORTHEASTSECTION.Just 1Brke.. home. .PAK large on 100 Price 11.5. terms. Jamerson and HOMEI In extra home with 20 acres land. I IL.k well located 2 or 3 Wdt .
; aad .-_ bath. )- ft. lot on paved rom... do. t Carter. Rulto. 70 E. PIn.. Can 1.320 feet on hard road .I"tr .o n.lohbrho. 50 Y. or more on N. Mills Claybaatb. Realtor. MI3
'1$14-$4..t4 sad fcickeo larnlihed.VMwaltt oat lake shopping renter and j A. T. C.re. 116. .U.ble. 10 .rr. with t n.a b WI it
..tP Iho tutor poastbilitie af aide city limit 2-bedroom busUne .trem session. $ Harlow G. Form0. SuI.ble dr.e 1
ss.55 tome fruit trees. Priced | QUICK SALE! Two property. not many like for !8. F..nd. cr. mgis.
S atoa at theo* rental .. .. ublt aidlni. aU..hed e1 fa nicely furnished t; 118 N. Ave. Dial 118. .t. of.r. 130
u . O-* *_ 014OO per year.LAEE taras. 1. $8500. $16OO replacement cost. See one IrIght i houle. 250 ft. highway frontate. solo. c.1 AS GOOD AS the best better than IfOU8E-3 or 3m.asent
. r..I tale l .0... with M. J. Brok away it wont last lone. Priced 455W t'.S s. T' pelts 0 1. "De.Wlnt.r SUBURBAN 8 mile from J.td .1.n
IJ at only 7.95O with Bali Bros
Call Peter Agency. U2 5.Orsnee
132 Main ter. I 88493.COMBINATION R..I'on.
B. phone Call 1511.
U. .r. P.rl. _ _ _ L.een.
too>.I'll. C .Kmorwk.in : 0r1 aM.r & .DUa, 6177. Preen with O'Harra-Moore 109 E. Ave. TeL town on bottom lake meat and .Uon

,0.*** 11_$111__ NORTH-location .. you set 24hour Pine; phone 2-2380. BARGAIN -Home J181 with 165-fot frontate and ripananriehta. e.pletl fumtr..p.nm.nt.
I sttmi I not Jammed up on and .ut. Close in on paved street Approximately 40 feet deep. FOR tmiEDIATK Laxs.Nresuita
-.. CONWAT-3-5.4Z.sa hvs*; I a small 1. foot frontate. corner WINTER PARK 3-bearoom home with .te but no city taxes to Modern 2-bedroom furnished aparment. Summer rentals amproximately i liSt roar pe.ilety

aa* .e .J .I ... la tood .f 2 paved streets cement brick con with basement I.r.tarate. I.la pay. Livinc room. 2 bedrooms lith COLLEGE PARK-Five It. 5.4 all electric Iltch.n$8250: can buy 840O mona. Winter season Martte WlUlam ResUme. 15Waabisgto.

NSSSP .... ..Ii ,I .( . cU" .* B: .tneUa 2 bro *, tile floor b.t dry and 10' C.b or en bath breakfast room .I.p'n. eah Will sell singly adjoining . J.m.ron and Carter, one half moro B..w.of other .. PkB* 0100.
Lart : tree*, j .. room terms. 1. O. Henkel. I i porch and anen.d front porch. division. Priced ntbt. Prom Realton. 70 CentraL Phone T. Int.r.st owner drastically cut
) j
. ; Ea. lnn. mo.I E A
: ft1 1 $3.000 burt I IWINT Also M41 Mercury This Mercury ."ne. E. L Wade. 2-2920. Carter. 9516. price for quIck sale. Terms run
:: .. Caacrota .. 10O ktb.a .n a.n. be P. p. HAVE CLIENT who raat* Itaas* Msj.ir
1 Wheeler
u with C.
.*... ootamail .- dork with .r.I, koaa. In.I b.l.nr monU. price unfurnished PAK 2028 Harmon Ave..- is clean tbrou.bout hat new DUBDREA COUNTRY CUl0 80 ACE of land about 10 in bear Davis.arnnd. 104 E. Jeffenon. B.2- College Park farasKlttenter *'**
MM. term. Realtor; 10.0. L" tl. it may b Frh.d. lom frame; .a.n; 1940 engIne ( r.bult. also o.e- f.0. .u.ea b..IU- 5 in carden. balance In R.ltor. Realty Co..
$55 1.151 SN? .... a. ,
$555. 2 By auto 1149.I
a B. Mats; dial 0. ha, b.. trying owner. ( drive. Both ful .. and f.I. High woodedlot. class fenced pasture land with
.* w*>a la* ooor t W.ss.P's a Iaul find. Prank Cr.b Ratr. 507 Met WINTER PARK-$275O balance I{ 1.140 0. See Mr. Chiles at 78 E. 150 ft at 130. used stream. Modern 4-bedroom. !'. INVESTIGATE THIS.-WeU located WANT TO B-i or 2
5 Ps.P Ut I house preferably ka 5.
Phone 2-8841. Call H. Boland. Realtor: property. Lot 50x130 feet. Two :
2-110. rent. Takes 2-bedroom 172 story home. Bath rang and
LAKEVIXW kitchen and e.1
_.. partly' raamr NORTHEAST-DelitbUol new 3-bed bun..lo. .'hl S. Mr. Orante; Carman Bids, 672 Orange water b..t. .open ..r.nda story brick building 3OxSO. with Not overLJ3T"YCiUR sSS: Pb US' _ _

t flsst- .& *'& t$. .v. e rom.b.th ranch style bunia Ayes with Robt. pant.d.. P de R.ltr., 511. Lake County Property : 2-4551. with view of Lra. lake. Bam.tarace. .store room on cround floor. T.o.p.rm.nt PIbDITnriT ,$

. . L aom .. 75(5bIt Priced 668 N. Orante. 24596.WINTER DUBSDRE COUNTRY sec wash house. Price $ .b.e and cottage In the have a large. expirMaMOdtanixatton a.
.WII 'Im.ha 1.0
.. .. IHBOC 1. Iii. .. 1.BUdfoUow road rltht. "ach Rodsera PARK-We believe this BONNIE BREEZE-A few select loca lion"rn lots low as CUB. easy with excellent terms. Sammie F.a P.nt $185 per month capable of D5SIIIM 55
r .. Wlm. j on Lake Eustis. inevitable to cisco. Realtor: 4. which Incre..d. 20 foot type of property Rot U
I., SIts rwaad tea*. Adam*, owaor. 44 Court: '11.lORTLT three bedroom bout located ia ton monthly. Have tot paid Rm AI b dre
h- .. I ). Priced to ..n. W. J. for when building materials becomesvsiisble. I I cade. Phone 0407. and parking f. U"t. Realtor: CM K Oraaa dial
ati$ the Section of Winter oun
... L55DTI15LCflON-3sta11 isle W.llin. Norb..t Fla. I Ideal location for retail P aiPrtoe. *51
Kittler. in this high class f or Buy with coafldea -
h., c . NSIS4aS4.'s / Slits Uk tuiu rs-wsr cypress blna. Park on S 420 .i pass easily i R..ltr. T..r. Property 6-ROOM HOUSE and 29 acres; paved I sale business. Property 'In ,holr "
.... .1 kaUdia I l.- _....t.-.r. ua room.breakfast for 100% O. I. Loan a7,0.0.Coner.t ; CAPE AND SERVICE STATION-Attractive section Is bund to increase rapidlyin road electricity, plenty of fruit condition and very, .o
It. (tree .55(55.. excellent room. tU* . Oak Don: block 'oa.trurlon completely equipped sod value. tu ahead of thisincrease. !IIG miles Orlando. $4500. L. A. Pitt. I i $18.500. term*I 'o. b.See a. FREE APPALIALP-OS .
*. CCTIOMM. .-$ .A Pick at 1AOO condition. Shad and .n .. If Qu.Ufr Reigie operatlnc. A new buIlding with a We 1m. be..lfll Broker, 210 8. Main. Phone 7683. Harold.r.n..d.Shepherd W* will give ,'s 55 SS5.
& I .. Realtor; pre, Owner financed. Hln- Moffatt. O. P. Realtor. 60 420 foot driveway on highway 441. larte lots right on the coif FIVE-ROOM MODERN ROME with (I Co..tl.20" E. Washincton Realty of chrc aa 55. c5.tSSt $5

wM. .r.. room 4. Central h.a ..... 1..lt 10.5.150 I Robinson; phon East Pine: Phone 5812. tf 3 room apartment In buildinc. Lone W.te. I..ht.. ..and bus .. .U.ble.P..P. all-electric kitchen. Bus stop. Ten 1 1124. t Phone value of your property. NI .-

s. *I. SIM 1401.1s.d.rs hours c40$0.PARKBrand. | lease. Owner will sacrifice for S6OOO.ContaetJLuckie C.rl..n & Blnd. O.n.n. from Orlando. Eleven lion. Phone 711. Wai. WesMs. 44S
= LAKE ) 672 . mUe SPECIALS
u-c.IM Nelson. Leesburc. Fla. Bids ; 2- .er. -I am offerinathree properties J. Daniel Solar ResEct._
1 laratahed; WIT ..6-room i 4551: 2-2534. ft. on paved highway. that for possibilities .
: la$* lak. NORTHWEST Exceptional offering bW..lo. large attached .a.a.1 LKECOUN-120.o sq. ft. of .mn. fruit young trove. Destrsble section. I be duplicated. Location and cannot HAVE CUSTOMEIIB tor 155.
.- t &. .,f : hIgh..a l attow.Ideal at market Ir. Ex.lea' home. eOHt e.blnet. etc. I ( the home DUBSDREAD Here it the tot you This country home at S9.0OO is priced considered. One is for sale, pre also 3-bsdroaav aa*..IIDM .

hs.5 . s.tp54. _. or camp alt.. excellent a.l.hbrho dandy. Plc. 11.0 tem.. Fella- lo.e. 2 story .o. Cal. .t l.d. 9 b..e been waiting for. RueP rltht. Phone 9620 for details ask for 1 i sale or and one for o. satows la Wlater Park, Ors$5 *IM
PTK* a.7M-.- -** SitS extra er.r tot baum p.M.tol. 145 N. M.I; rooms. 2 baths tie double deck for tm.dl.t sale. Size 10 15. Wm. O. Rencher or C. P. Batchelder.Brokers. I No le.s. Prescott ... sections Plea** phss. 7.5.
O.. I.I. i I p. Matto Ill M. Mala: MKr*. J'I .nd." 2 tr.* bedroom (12'."') 5809 Drehe. Orn. heatinc. cookini. Realtor.Pn.e 110. Richard K.sr. 28 E. Wuhln.ton phoe. 45 ..I. Central St.le Johnston Besvry. Re.ls', 6 W.Pt .
: : BraBd- tO.2..1. 0.1 floorssurage WINTER PARK-3 bedroom frame I' ei7 .tr. all represent the Oraoae 29.DELNEY room ; 0045.
TO sew . 3 bath wou-YOU-UKE..o I
room 54-ft.
Lc1"-u with cold B phot essence ST.-Wooded corner MICE ROMK. Detoawsstltoa. 1
:: aad .0 or
bwatalow address of bln..lo. furh.d vnurnlh cottate. 2 car tarate.laundry . ft. Pavement Sewers. annr IDFAL LOCATION-Sale
a.. 4.55's mploto tiled with ahowor .pl. ed. larie efficiency d.p. porches a 3 acre big brnn. BUI. room 1 or 2 story; pa *j
isis Drcb. or
I sr..nP .p.cou. block frentate,
.U Waahinttoa St. Call house. Fun Excellent nelthborhood. B a r c a i n knoll r.n' no.bt. refmish- down. Call 5071
2 room ; on a high
.I* lart< 0..to e. .cabtaeta Oraat .''U Joe O. Myers. Realtor. 18l U.ln.garage laundry house lu lots of shade 65 large excellent ..L Clr.. other price Can Ben P. with H. P. Lake 01.1. in GothaT onrloklnl T.re are ed snowing available business Aut. 1. in fast BUYERS WArrWOUkt
1 Uo fruit. Lovely lane yard Boland. Realtor: 672 Orante. Carman section of OrI.nd.
fruit, shrubbery. Class in. See Gould I 1.nds.P for rabbits
b"ls. chckens Phone for Information. ty wltb 5. Ir
..*. -*n r ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAH,-Just off. with Johnston B.n. Broker 6 W.Church Insures privacy. L.td blok offOranie Bide., pho. 2-551 etc. n.t.hbrho. 5587- and confidrattalHutcJUna. boli.

..a .M MB tkttIP toa fr .... .I* Ul..P a. II Holden B.I.ht. Most .ttaU. St. Blossom. Tr.u Dlr.ble with for EDGEWATER HEIGHTS S.-100 ft. Quick possession. 1.5. 1. Mos 2-1188. Broker. 445 1. .
: 'ourb. oevP.ne frontate. One of the best locationsIn Broker. 132 S. : .
-**.. i P. Mattoa. Broker. -br New 2-bedroom phn. 2-OM3
14 WINE PAK lust a dignified LARGE
lashed Distinctive settlncoa Orlando's finest Price Colonial and
Mata: $*04 _ _ _ _ _ tarate. BeauUful ofice.. 1..I .. .ubIYlon. CRNER Hishland. OiUnaa
Other ownerto rtEAE-f.WiD I 1 to S ACRBS la ar
round This will $295O. Owner. E. .
very spacious ( phone will
: I ald prmpU
Is.. 's I tIM Well built by Lot.I I 1 Cwoe
. gAUNOWSNORSSkesutItulI. sell at one DonDudley. nor o.ne. selL A real sacrifice at 111.0 00. accept $ H. State coat. PSISu ut'ss.
**. ., taorawtaly atodera spacious I. $6500. terms. ClosedSat. Some Ilrnltlr. can b purchsd. 22120.EEWAT tslow of 3 bedrooms and 2 baths tl I! Realtor 118 S. Court St.. .DF. detailed taformattom a* 11 D.M51.
baaatow eomplcto- o'7W Sun. A. C. Golden. Broker. \ W. J. HIGH 147-feet construction on a big toke. 131. BowISI 8-Btor
I t r .. J lasS -I .every electric deviceof ORWIN Ra. 1121 N. Orl.ndo Ave.. Incur Maltlandurderpassi Kt.r. H..lor. T..a. f. Drive near are I acres and It fronts on Hlth! _ _
.. ..1t f. with Hollow tile prewar t Winter Park. { TAVARES Unfurnished 3-bedroom Lake AH assessments in and way 17. There is ample room for ,,57. Real Estate Exchanged HOUSE with small ecrme U4 1
1& .. 'I house; 2 lots. 12 fruit .. Nice mile* of city UaxltsJje 055. 55515.
tovvl., furaitar. towallwalM. home. Attic fan. tile WINTER PARK on Lake tr. paid. . plot in on. of the cabins or any other business. &'I
aotohborhood. l.aOO .'furnished. Terms. Courtney I New home. IU.rn. I' location. Reasonable. Phone Tavares city's best residential area*. Moderately our sign on this property 5 mi. CUGI PARK-2-bedroom bunia . $1B si aBBMaawma.

.. ".per BMata haadl Realty: 2247.ORLNrom .t rom Phone WinterPurl. 137-Red. priced. Call owner MancelLawrence. north of Maitland. 1110. . 1. 'I exchange for lake front WE HATE WArrOtO aaaaii B

I .. $.Mr. Wheeler ..1 HaroldBopaterd concrete block I 12.0.. 21R.WIT o.ne. : 4161. .J. 10. Broker . ; phone 'I biunbaI Phone 2-7134. lart and small tract* of ka*.

VAJUt 3.bMr.s.. Realty Co E. Waahiaclew Mel e..men. wlndowa.Venetian Lake 52. Groves for Sale FERN CREEK-MONTANA nice 617. I. MEAT AND GROCERY market modern yoa want to *el! las will at J.
'A esI rwkMr (to4 Bl Phoa $124 3-262 S76OO. $1500 down. PA Vll. View. lot near the new schooL Next : valve 89.OOO; In Cleveland for Moo Broker. 24 year of .......l.05.
WP "t-. .Pork. T.. Closed Saturday open Sanday. : :'! GLEN TIANOL SECON-1 year they arIas S8OO 56. Business Property for Sale property of same value in Florida. 132 8 Mala phono MTTPavla.
u .I t 1.0
i'ssias. IU UM. iu LK8-.uam P A. C. Golden. Broker: 1121 N, : .." 1a.:* :. : .cr. on 1.le l each. Now 48 for 1250. Hugh Darrow. DenIm Meat Market
... t. .1' r.. extra tleeplnt Orlando.. AT*. near. Maitland underi !' clurlv . Broker. 116tt 2.Orunge ml.d;frit.ISO E.1.00. trD. Hintn.. $13.000 12 for ".0. owner APT. HOUSE 6 units. RedecoratedInside W. 99 St. DenUoa Ave. Cleveland j BUYERS ASS MB**' W* DIM $5-
Winter Park.ORWnt Ohio.
Re.ltr 132 furniture. Income I I IFELHAM .
I IB *. ami** .. : 2-1993 or W. P. 664-W. 2-1518.: or your_ broke. and out. New __ ulrtr* daily lot Ms..
I .. GROVE acres "nd. XIBOO plug owners apt. ROAD, 3333 business locatmu $555.5
dock boat tames WINTER PARK AN HOME0 KINO AVE. 2 blocks front ; IrO.1 -Owner win
In Lake lol
:itt .- .1 la tpteadld condition tnd turnUfitnitobo Knowlet section-I pie.three-bedroom.' 2.er. ..rn. .ro.. V.len 50x130 It. lot; Price $350. 12.5._ Apply 208 .. Park accept small home at part payment i lies and lot List y
LAKIIM IVliai lPM.'ss 15 .o ..... P.a, 000. S>* Mr.Pvoom MANOR. house on two beautiful lots withnice .Pineapples tangerines, 26yeart 431*. .. Fla.APARTMENT on this residence. Call 4844. '_ j wittt ui. for lanawdlote .
old. 1946-47 sold forts
i ISIS tto sis's ,! with H. Shepherd Realty I crop HOUSE-Four 3-room 3 BEDROOM lIon Robi L Pride. RIMt.M. .
fruit and lawn. I KALEY AVE. near I HOUSE: 4 tots front- !
U *. 4 mn %. $kPtrWil55s' Pboa New Cement block buntslow. Uvins tr. I.nds..d $ Ko cold damage-very Dl.n and ultra I. Oranie. 2-4551.
Mtv ** r* 20 Waahiacwa House is tastefully at : t. Also 7-room house and I Ib.th $850. *.. Pavinx. .e. self contained unit new inc on two street Immediate possession

. .. SellS 111 rom U.2. dIHt. 2 bror $11.750 Includes kitchen equipment. etc. A sidewalk fruit. Two tots Concord modern2bedroom pent house. Tile : reasonable rash down balance -
.' I lulL kitchen brue Call I.ht 4n..stm.nt1 5. bath with Nicely furnished.CloseIn like HAVE A BUYER with $3IM
-a C Dana Hum 'e with east of Creek. Ihow. rent; or will trade. What
,. .. 0 P'I .5. 1. car tarsts. $11,00. well financed. Moore. 109 E. .; Phone O'H.rr. f . r.ducd. to and$ 3 ..n. Tltner $9OO. College Park. .. lO.IS.. ; eor.r tot. Best section.Owner's ,have you? Charlie Morgan owner. down payment for $5e b.s SS.
j apartment available for pur 53 W. Church offer Wilbur .5tiekia55.
LActEPRONT WINTER PARK. 1201 Fairview Ave.At < with J. P. Mattox. 145 N. Main; I of Edtewater. '1.0. Crystal L. ; St.REAl. you
509. Priced to yield n%. 418Broadway.
tola. and Rahn eb..r. ker: 23 W. Church 5672.

atT 4 mile at 118x400 9 .eemeat j Ban Orans Bro4.Ave.Aseney TeL R.ltr 112 N. beautiful Lake for Killarney. NewSroom 1 1 i HOME-GROVE of -Lake front. 50..acres I H.n.1.B..utlu 1.0. $ .nd. I I. tourist ESTATE court on EXCHANGED 441 or 17-92-Want for I
blol. r.dY land BOO oa
,, at- 111. oeuP.n. lrnt. Main.LANCASTERPARKNaturea I
2O8 8.
s.isl. :t.- btork bungalow 1 lr. Tile . .r.. living room .IU. acre m Johnso 3 bedroom home and tarate apart-i 60. Business Opportanttte*
11-S M ?. m.1 .ro.e. 3-b- PROPERTY One block
W. carat '.0 picture window; breezeway; ctrsce furnished home. residential APART meal at 1021 Shady Lane Drive: as

. -i .$9500. and laundry room; Venetian I i rom.. Painter with 12.o handiwork. Dr.. throuth froe Le.m. and two blocks .! sume. Exclusive. E. B. Gay. Broker, AUTO COURTS. CABfMX. CBfM. CM*

.1 ... ..a.. I Kol-.en' awnintt: 90-foot .lnd.I:i Realtor. 70 E. Central. 2-O788.Ashe WD'j' and see this beautiful pal. 100 f. east City H.I. UDt. flrl&r. 116 4i S. Orange; 2-1993 ar W. P. Station. Hoteli. 5.55,15. -
Br**.. Ateacy. I.. 112 I*. PRINCETON SCHOOU SECTION landscaped; fruit plots M. J. AU apnm.nt I 664-W. Shop Staret. Mew 72-me
: Ave let Puraiahed I room home extra &eu LAKE FRONT-1O acres, 1.10. MoA I Mc- ; -
pal: t ** i Cash or terms. ;) 8. : 110.5. money saving Baalnc 0(1.115. 515.
IMaua a-I. 1..1 large hung room with CathedralceilIng. ; V.lll. 235 Manhseedleu. 20 1.ln t.tsHeule.l Realton. 1 THE FOLLOWING is offered in exchange tribes over MW riH.*IO). *f|*|.
._ I Toilet and shower attached 2-IERM north of Orwin Manor j i ..r old G location. Only $7.- LAKE ESUSANNAH lot 71x163 l.tD St. Ph. 5106. for either a young or bear 32 State Mailed fro. 151155 MHIAUTOMOBILC

Pr .. r *guru*. C shady tot with 12 lure .101 P..d street reduced from I[ R..ltrs 128 N.Orsnge. I Build your home by the 1.1.. Price 1 inc grove in Orange or Lake County. Strosit Realty Dept. IS 315$ N.Coleesial

.1. "I,i tpaclowi fruit Just one block from 110.0 $ 1.5. for quick sale. phone 417. 1.0. C. R. Emerlck. R.lt.. 610 BUSINESS LOCATION-Corner lot Pour story corner apartment in *u- Dr. P.O. as' asis.
1 LASS 531 N. Orante. : Ave. Tel. .
"O"-A Princeton School. burb ten mile from New York. 20
m N. 3 _. de- AI.aF fn.nc CO13. LAKE FRONT-Beautiful 105 oa Orange Blossom 135x580 | _______
:= a 0 .. p U maximum ofcomfortable 1.0. Rarlow O. Penek. ft. frontate facing ern.Pormos.12S. LAKEFRONT LOT-OS feet on S. ft. which Would b* esceilenttrailer !I apartments 104 rooms all rented. RBPAIR OAB K
"le a s*
11S8. 3-BEDROOM HOME Colonial 2OO feet deep T:2 i good location. Equity S4O.OOO. above-
W Out Mills Street and '
Thi Dl C. P. 14O t This
prewar hs
iu.Jn a DoNS M P. n. condition.Priced -Its .r. I live, 1 Orlando." past city limits. Owe paid $8.500 2-3282.-Sbum..f. R.ltr. I.I Lake Emerald; paved street, oa for u pak. We are rwed'e yon I( Insurance Company mortcate. Charles traffic attached artery living beiweea ejaartora.OrtMaaa am saaaa
.SIP e..1 ..mUalt availab: less than peuru.0. ... .s aa line nice oak ahade and exceUentlocation. would be more than pleased withthis. P. Simmons. 6O East 42nd Street.
Tv. to 1 8 ACRES Lake front. Approxunate- Winter Park Store frtt 5515
a .1 Broker 531 N. Or- Price $350 Room 2116. New York City.
'" H. C. Baboock PRINCETON SCHOOL ofe. H.mpton 12.5. t.r. McKelvey Realty. New address,
isrI Baowa by .. RCON-3 I 1 ly tS in full trove Large lubrication shed I asS
4. .0 _.a 1 h. Tyre. 13 W. bedroom *. 2 Irb. 0.1 S13. 1 and trapefruit.b.rma 3 on or.na..1 cash 64 E.and CentraL$25 .onth F.nk Gordon. 64 E. Central. Rom 8. bungalow all tn ens s's o
111v I Waahiatoa. $174.5IRORT.3bedroas.. ton attic f.a 15 3 BERoW HOME, suburban; com about 8 mile Orlando. 57-1. Beach PropertyAPARTMENT | block bulMin l-i5f5.e44 s'
ts. rs..49 Bal CondicU Pltl furh.d. 1..S unfur- for that ideal combination LAKEFRONT-Mom. site nort sideIsIs ted floor. Ides) for Baawr IBBPfjai .

tfc kt tMp t .. .! 2toryframe. Realtor. 37 E. Cn. 11. .bhr 1.15. J1rt1 Reas- I small crove. A bar tarn at $7500 withExclusive Ho..1 Larte. tot COMMERCIAL BUILDING- New). HOUSE-Ten apartments needed In this settles Prto Vaaw
like i view of beautifulisle. furnished Butane
*>* Lar** '. Nice ahad Ctowbaataea PARK LAKE SECTION-Beit buy lathi esh b.lne. rnt t., ba Leased for 5 year* at $265 per ess with carate eoyipminl aJ SMB*
555 Mr.L'to Phone o.n.r. 2-119. with Ruckel-O-NeaU: Inc.. White beach: $1,500. Contact CPA rents $10 per week and $35 furnishiaa ', caaa. baiss's M
55 SI .. P. eu. prafemd UFO wantS month with last y.r' rent paid in.2ceilent paaaa.
I .4 .r. with H..r lac. al guest home 5 ROOM completely furnished; refrigerator Realtor: Altmont Office. Can owner. 418 Broadway. Investment at 12 per month each apt. Paying 25V Huckel-0 Neal. Realtors. Itt E. IkaV
arm .3.
. pSMlip BrokoroTf I Or....: MM. .N income at washlnc machine: radio- Homer S..I. Wlnle Park 0-8394.- LAKE PN L1 Interlakea. George Painter with Asher on Icvestmeo': located P.s blocks loom dial 2-373 -

k* ton A**>r.u** LAU711oT-L.mlv aaodera 115 000. My key at your service. phono. First road to left past WORZ 20 ACRES of citrus land. Groves UDll.l. Ct . ., Realtor. 70 Central; 2-0786. from ocean. Coronado Beach. Must ASHLEY BBAPOobGrocrry
D E .
. 554 _- a Realtor :; last house on left. From I sides. I Inv. 506 E. sell at once: price 15.OOO. H. C.
t..r Within W mile de..r C Store
.. a a b.dsaaa. 2 tiled bath a Ddl. 2-44. : Sllrero. R-F D. 1, New Smyrna Beach. Mast .55
. owner. Mrs. Bob : terms i 'r Colonial 8065.
5 Kk ( Uto basement Aden 11.0. 6 Orlando. I > count of bad BeeRS Reply t ,. -
." araae. 'sme
T k.s !M. (20 n Shown Sunday call i J. D.: COCOA BEACH-3-bedroom home. -
N .atam.k at. M "uU .durUI ,ek I :letr:2 ORWI MANOR 117 feet Nottlac- ST- W. Business lot A. J. OBamont. >
akiVM .) I .. ". Ian .Mr. .u P ; LAKE AVE.Kew .- 2-O711. I I 26 year old. I Ave. Lt. 3. 4. Pan of ft, CHURC ft. Will sell part. completely redecorated. Hardwood .ZPbO..43r'15-! : _
..al.l AI ACE 0 E.cp floor tile bath, asphalt aiding and
200 FT. HIGHWAY FRONTAGE-400 Block 20. I. C. Arwood.
I.. . root. 944 P tional location for business tot I BAR A1ID&t1AH7
> $ f. ft. depth with Pa..ppl. 119 On_ Coo Broken do roof: on large tot. Ocean beach -
nearly finished
a 489 Valencia I pro -
3.5175UcAdYsftr5M. modern buntalow. and 216 s in. Price ntht. Ben F. Field aloe. cs.bIs..iM. .
S Mlx Tfcl Dn.a I C.i privileges. $200 down plus ctosinc 5. 44 15.
s.* home you'll be proud of. This tected.ORANGE
Aluminumgash. exceptional with H. 672 N.Orsnee .
.' 2 Bvnta- masonry l In' Um.td crop boxes ia Central PtorMafor A
...ha.5151 elne BI.nd. R.ltr costs to veterana. Payments like seis
wt ., I
.- til Van .. in Lake AVE.. 2-4551. I
County's ;
1' tow HU' IB 1P41. 2 'a. 7.15. S NORTH-Section 14 yesrs.$1504WO n's
Orlando Home
.Jk Irl > op rent. Co. 704 Flor- grs 5
.... ... Oaratc beautiful kitchen. Hoten with C1d WeK.De. 1 8. rU.belt. Vi cash balance portunity. Corner lot 212 by per
eondiUo ; t uho 12.0. COLONIAL SECTION apartment I Ida Bask BIdt : 9876. year good RI15
_ _ tl. : . 3 .. .
; towa: Tr Sam store bus. Price of $" Id.d .I 2-7! .o buy. Look it feet 'rt.on three .Ide. Now on larte tot. for buu- lease. Owners other buaise ..
C1kii3-dras4. 3 ..I Jt.hnsSii ., .115 electric kitchen equipment. I SEC FOR YOU-Buy this o.el! Harry E. W.n Co- Realtors; zoned -Multiple and .noub' ness. Three i COCOA BEACH.-Comfortabe 3-beo cat demands his pretence at

I ..1555 1 1 V.I..U t occupancy.PRINCETON furnished apartmenthouse. Lush ,. Fla. edly to Into full soninc furnished. With good besides I room partially furnished home. and he Instructs a* to M kMMjwfl lft -

,- Nice location. I first class 30 ACRE GROVE-1560 produe- In the very near future. Ripe for 1m- owners o. 400 ft from beach. Bargain for quick clve-wy price af 7JOB

Pass ktwk**. $5,555.5 Exclusive with Eurkel-Olteat Ra condition. Fine 1. fo! inc Plus. 488 .i. mediate or future development. Un.detprtced Linobert. .p.rmeo' N. ; sale. $1250 cash and balance less sieooo stock. Bee Mr OBMw5
qu.ren LNtJs
tor** ..*4 .-- moirr .r 1. L 4 ; d 1-37U owner. '5._ en t. .a-lda. A at S1S.OOO. unusually liberal Brk.r. .1 1185'1 than rent. Exclusive listtnc. Pulsi Harold Shepherd Realty cj.
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__ Bal I .*,* .. U easy A would grove lection. immediate terms arranted- See Mr. Little APARTMENT pher. Realtor. Cocoa Beach Wshlactona .
t.M .* tow TaM fciait hi k***".1'! Lax horn ..additional boat boat. prove tr". .ff.r. put pbn. calls. ap, ale at only $Offer.' this with Harold Shepherd Realty Co. 20 investment at 12.0. Both .p.rt NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Larce 3-bed- [ : __ _Phone Slit_,

5.5444 TM 115 $555 flIPS aioeata ..nn sno,. raw boataad It .JUI Prescott dozen other good trove buys see n-I E. Walton St. Phone 5124. menu completely lllhr. room house: elaborately furnlthed. BAR. ORILI. *nd kBO* kVB* UOMi

.54 5_ isal PINjIS ITIS$ Mi,. prt *te wa boot t; t.1. J.cuv. West Central with Louis ia one of the .IJ of Or Furnace best: close In. and handy to mile* none OrttBd r
toke I* auaate dri*. f StHl. S..1 GIn R..ltr. Nicely landscaped lhwsi17-55.
SnMS. it Ave. Main. 1.nd. .n. beach. Fruit Btork kviMtoO1 E
. 2-14. PRINCETON Aa extra trees. 1/3 acre land. w
faraiaked 2b.droombniaUw WeU Ilrinc
SOL SII-At AVJ *: stock:
Mt. .. 1a tractive LOVELY NEW ROME Seine 100 ACR.-55 In lane. . tot 60x171. "Ia Fire construction and In modern
with runrtou living porch .tt completed i I i .crove. 45 in fuflbearing Clyde V.K.nz1. 12 S. Main: tures.McLo.rna:7hA0ctlos.
a.4451 r I rooms and 2 bath 2 week. !! Priced at SI.2OO for sale. style; $10.500. Anthony J. La Rorra.
MiD ..*. Plawhed basemeatto < tarase. this 3 bedrooms : large crop On. will quick Robert
.. e PMMM- .'1 _ _ _ _ S 1. ... ,ala* ased .. John Maavill roof Pratt tract and window sills and 1.t furnace .'1 look a tone time before.they findS R. Tyre Realtor 13 W. Wash.lngton. i r DR..-Corner. 150 -fi Owner 312 Washington St. Mew BUSI.'lEBrJ-HOME-arocery MML
I. k extra ahower Completely for Garage and Beuutllullycolored '' bartain like This property IsI $ front* 142 on paved Smyrna Beach. Fla.ORMOND ctauoa androom kaSMIoBt
br. 'Im.ho .
"tlt rom th.
>. pw rt H. only OO. with Exclusive arN'Ideal fJln. .tho. aite. Cash Poe q4455
UutB a. RetUaJ I bIg aud .1 masonry con- I ltd *t a wn t settle I BEACH-3 furnished apt SiN.Oa2r .
.> iaro **4ro .I treoo Tight to Uto lak. Jan Bros 23S M.Mala strnction In Club section. !| ea.t. Price only building P. BD Plld with on 90 ft. ocean front corner tot

.iHroaM sliMY lsissd.- tk* trao tok. front horn* that : n Ideal for children. Shown by good P. Black. ,lU, PAM; TCB..tUu fronts. 672 BI.ad. R..Ir C.n..a BI HI See owner W. L. Johnson. 453 S. At ; Estate. 55 L

few "h .BMWIoVaotairM dream* about. S22.MO completely larKwkeKOItt ment. O..r 8395 or P. O. Lontwood. Fla. .8 Attractive n.. lt. DeveV'oper. -r.n.e 2-551. lantic Ave.. Ormond Beach Fla. Ph.

'1r.454t11'.3: .o -. .PPlt-1 125 ACrn. thrifty trees 31 N. Prance; 2-42. I GCEST HOEpl and span home. 2246$. BEAUTYp.iR.-; **T

e PINE ST. *.-5 rooms and sleeping OP NEW HOMES- ; 35.0OO I d"ne to downtown. OCEAN FRONT restricted 10O X2OO'en around ftoor. Ronl -
tQrTTlW. n CTIOJt-Ch.r of *]. lit porch L I.ta. rae .n.IU RXiRAoe 70'xl51' Pine corner of Orante Ave. Sam* term*,
1..J Z : r.r Tea minute .11 below coat. Come in: (lad toshow set. This main hlthway north of Mel- cpnd **
m paa . -dial 7U ...t.a wbol and .t. them. A. W. Moore with Waiter -I I Scott protection tenant.r.e ha prr' sidewalks bat wateraad I Extra well furnished. Monthly income bourn Beach. Beautiful section Main 2-3433
. BO city taxea. up to Owner
PTy* Bass, Realtor. 217 8Or.ng... barn. Price $1.250 18 'r.nl.rr. Price where home will BUSINESS
L .0. P 2bt..a p acr Cavcnauth. Rex-McGlU. Realtors 128 N. $ I commence soon LISTINGS 11

.'hQ o.. I I 1..au Realtor. : 195. Phon 4147. I E. :; : l' SIntn. R.ltr; 31 I I $3.500.Blvd.Owter Miami J. L. 38 O, c Fla.o 6347 Biscsine Headquarter.Harlow o Fredrick 118 N Oranm


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bS ._B.....-*** j)H,..rt unities$ !!. _nu lnf.. Opportuntti.. I l.LIeIp I Wanted-Female I 70. Work Wanted-Male_ 75. Used Can for Sale 76. Traier-Truck for Sale SUt?t:; 'riitint1-tzzr .

a IIL ftI sum PooD Css.psij WINTER P.*& OrUn AT s.okins sad tencral GENERAL "experienced . BUICK3 As wen makeg.Nice DODGE 1938. Panel body. Fair
** WOUAk as othe -
..Mssa S04 .Ie _. is... 0. SI .... 5.4,44. ......... S MIs. ..t.u.. I httif 'oll fo; B* laundry lite in. cedl'OF cou."to.WORK..ccount selection. Or.... Blli Co.. condition. Good tires. 325. American .. ORN. FLORIDA "WOR'S LRGE "IT'S A F
.u. .1eMe U. S Ibsi .. *, .. lr 'aU Drive caU Winter Park H. Dean 530 N. Ave. Bakeries Ine. 315 W. South St. ACiTHE
...... .4 "" .... ..*.-.... .n. toiuI :247 Vii$1 I lop con". R. SUN.JULY 13. 1947 Page 15
It S ktrtBrttr Tr nl I Desires connection local retail organisation Phone 5410. after 8 p.m. call 4646 DEALER-
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pers 1V54 __ t FORD 1941 pickup; A-l; 23471.
O.s4 D.I.. BUICK 1942 Roadoiaster aedsx.ExceptIonally -
Wtm 1" Par' Iii I Ir 28. college I .
Expnenct 8-ta..
.*..fr ._ tenrte.t Ate 21 "dut. 8 15 clesn. 81775. Harley USED CA

"- *fse.'muXirzjsz! .LDDlO- .rtuip acek1.. .5... Johcton'i sCoffs* 6boo.4. Go and i I IMataaaa.v NEWSPAPER PLH. propriej j Wsdsworth. 615 N. Orange: B5 .7. chassis cab IMMEDIATE DELIVERY R. S.' EVANS
rwtl :aj 8>l OM n..ata** i*. ...4 ....-. I. pr's' a.- pboce Oaytona Beacn : tor. .bU rl.tl.. publJap. InI OM.C.-l942. IH mechanical condition. -

5 4 Ss31I$ I., a., SIUIU. ru.. Quick >.t. t* n... p*"' witS *3. ;_, _ _ _ _ _ _ I te"t.d a. I.rb con-I'i! CEOL- 1934 2-or rebuilt and. fIst G Holler Chevrolet MILLS EXCHANGEHANDL
= I Sius a.... c.. 11 L C... to rr spp.s.I4.I w r.i. Bs I nectlon Box 150 SStar.ROOFING |' conditon, WjkyTl Co. 115 W. 12. .
YOUNG teneral Motors. 751 M.
14* 5-45....__ i iMCST l.Ytnt i CHOICE NEWER CARS PINE
I I Ii
Central AND HOUSE Repairing I
I. Ior CBPVROLKT-1941. In excellent condition. { HOUSE 1946. ICE
sum PLoSj __ .-;. rLU Itr lar'*i. Br *M1 I I IWIM | Track Un n. 1403 Church St. j'i Large or Material Zurniahed. | Recently overhauled. LiS 1 TM-t.m.. blinds. CRE .
.... Z.UI*. ..'...... ..,.... arBM Btrk **4 ftxtarv jRESPONEtBLX I Phone 2-41'.ma. |I Service Station. 1025 Orlando Ave., !I 3 cOlplt.. international heater. LATE
,.. SkI : P *0..s. .Ma*. Pi*. *.*r M... au B. OT.... LADY.wanted t help Winter Park. I i conditioner ANDCUSTARD MOAUMOI
with air
f! .. I&3tSt.tSS Bmum Tn a .Ita 2 errlldrta for room and b.rd TUC DR.IVZR-Locsl. long dlsi I Excl.n'. con- I 47 CADILLAC If Id.n.' HidrsmsUe -
n r*.ple Biontht at i i iBoi or what have you? Best of CHEVRL-1921. good running ditton. In"rr radio etc. two-tone.
UT. BCB ABOUT THIS OKI- .T.- 3. COCTMI B*ct>. .H'ch. references. Age 33. m.rr. ..olr.I I' 01. but cheap trans> Trailer P.I. mile north of e. MACHINES I drtxea 1.000 true miles.
oroSTvmt1 Ir* ttMi wit* M4. IMWM.DMB Call James. 2-2393. portation. 4. Box 557. Curry burgh 441 ,
s. r. s- s.. : Of........ V "....bl*. t2S telllnf Ford 10... Gnssinger; anytime I !
"? aKAZnO-N.t 5 administratIon i Free installation and service
r-et.a. "..,...$ y .," .. T.* "5 Mtra witS C. McKut. ', X.card BRAINS FOR background HIRE-Business consisting I Sund.p.I L i! HOUSE like ..TAt. 25'2 late '47 BUIC Rosdmsster Sedsnet. ra- i!, Highest CASH PBICB6

-- II B Mln 2-4715.'__ | SO and 25 Ifor $ with of management sales promotion CHEVROLET-1929 6 I" electric. om.brakes way .Ielrl. dl.IClonN. light blue, drY for clean Be
name. on Bartipm en approvaL COlI Ure .ntm. .n SUNSHINE SALES CO. .en i I paid cars
..uvn0..;' .__ IvsLszbs OrORTvSma.-ThiS i itth. Dept 41. ..).rt. market d.nlop..nt purchasing In- I D..): $100. 2135 I.t." A. | A. Megahan. Little Village 4.0 mi.
tI..4- c ww. .' and cofleclion. Trailer Park .. Orange BlossomTrail Exclusive State Distributors I sure to SEE US b ft>re *
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\ .F? 115551.1 5555(1. cis 4055P555555. .nto" CHEVROLET-1933
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.S 4 .. =- =: 39. Orlando resident property CIP u. .o PACKARD Deluxe Clipper Id. j
55 sdd 5.IiSs.isa. .... A. good tires: 8175 '. i I 4 !
.sd.. ......... IIm... Low aari .. 13M.. ..aJl, 't...... "'pnllI. ,> POSITIONS uVat, 1., .tood Let art 11.- owner salary secondary to future -1 Ttce residence. Lnc.o..1. HOUSE TRAILER-Sleeps 4. air con 405 Hampton Street rd.o h .tr. driven 7 miles sell.j1946.
: ::= = '! .ps51 WbWasp SsSsel. 55155I. Ulal lor .MJtk.n. BI t..h prospects. Presently employed; heated floor, electric
StUjMtaEE .. CHEVROLET 1940. Best buy In dIUODr. .1 I,
. ...... yoa P.n. BI1t Co. .bn excellent Box 145 88tr. I 47 FORD Super deS
I. ..., .*.. *n .. Orel'lNtfDfii ( fl 'M .k.1I Ida.; I I .. P.. re.r.lc. town: 8995. Just beyond Raymond i brk. .lt. beautiful Interior I P. O. Box ISiS Tampa. Florida finish Dl& Coup.1.0r .
1-3.S. _ _ Auto PartS on Winter i make famIly a fine home. 20 mi. PLYMOUTH Si
-- 71. Airplane Sales and Service : Gad.n. |I Homer SeweU. Altamonte Springs: j { Vi

'OWM* S**..p"iifii, *, ...... w.gVMik- BOIKCM. ....1.OrTORTUWmEB. ,.. t..r4 t5.rt.PS.Sr. 65. Help Wanted-Male I' CUB TRAINER. 1946. NC 6680H. .11",, CEVROLT'. .-2-tone 1948 Stylemaster finish OUn's 4 ( INDIAN phon Winter CHIEF Pak 1941.1831"25 ft.. long. I I...CMC 380 P.up. Truck ts t. drlr-i i I Low mileage beUI

8t..'l u.... aaa* ...* w ...... S105er7 55055 .f cc. *th..r k iD*** ATTENDANT 'br snl .t.U{! rellcensed; total time 780 bu., Used Cars. 242 N. O.nl Phone |I 3 complete Equipped with mu. I maroon finish Look
...... s1... .- ..... -- iso M -.-* MI ...*... WhttMr MUM k* czper. u. Sn- ,210 sinca etgine .dlo re 2- 814. I. ro. i d
54.._ .. .- 1_ : P\w ..... IS. __.1) RMM C. .*\* 104 ....- 8tat... Ma'ju Church. I celven perfect m.jor. '125 S, CADILLAC 1939. Like new. Central I Frank everything.Reed Trailer 8995. Easy 201 t.m.N To Liquidate '. CEVOL Fp.tmulr Town j lone over.

Mus pp... .If! BM _.1.225: Kbi.! r. also dish-at Orlando Kunlep.1 C.l Florida Motn. Jefferson and GarIsnd. Orange Blossom Trail.S'le. Sd.. m.

115I-IX OITUT : ; UZDITJM sad 0 boilnn* '' er. .ncrd. Apply Orlando ; Wltl dial .
MOWS 4 ai.U LAROB. tn .
; MACK 1946 Ther- 48 MERCURY 2 door I
___ Mt H __..* cad 'PHrt: iiHl* *r SI.! .:* ..itlBk !I Hatft OnU. 14 I W.I St. 29 Red night. p | CHEVRL-19J9. 2 door; ,'r.t' modyne tractor Te.oyne. Estate! ped for speed with Sd. Eq1

-.*.... Nid s. SIa..... 0... ,. *l .* fflr*. nvflUbl' 1'nl l LUBRICATION M1VN-White. Iiperlenred -I NEW "-J PIFER CUB for sale. Only o.n.r condIton; good tie. Dana refrigerator trailer. "Grea signed motor (cspable of Grn.er 140 m p m.t df 1946 PLYMOUTH Seda.
N ...... a rr. oemia.M >Mim a *f Yral! If MI $PS ta Good p.;'. 5iv ate. refer- 20 hours total time. 81795. S72S. & 6. L i mechanical condition good tires See. Low like
:;:**. III K. e.at .t. .e-Ma> = ** Ml .s5 : *tBtll ': 1' ear* and eipertenfe. Loral man pre-I Have buyer for ".2 cub W..1 Special at 1239 E. Colonial Drive anytime. To liquidate the '45 PLYMOUTH maroon. mileage, ew.
._.. .. ...1..ftt1a1 1.555 I, .." Write Sos -1>4 8-ta. have airplanes for rn" CHEVRL-194.d. fine DT.lx. Price 89500 Phone I' Etate. driven Cub. Coup. : Radio. Gun metal
tpat'wa"tiMei.. asp 4>Kl*** Ik* -!. tb.i 55* MECHANICS and I Cannon Mills . Standard Moton I., 375 N. Orange. 2-35. executors of of 4.0 b.ntr. .
aepair :
!.,.. ..* .* i.c*. IM ..... .. .>... ..... ....... fr Pr_t '.! ". Should b* .tlcl& weld. TWIN- ENGINs ,.tl." on Grumman 1 2-06. I I I PLYMOUTH 815O. 910-Kohl 1936 Avenue.pickup truck. I Caroline G. Plant offer 48 PLYMOUTH COlp. black finish.
5151.I Bf k r Dial I.'''. U
OIM_ . instrument.
a regn ataXil u...... v'I'I Only men could..e Widgeon; land sea CHEVROLET-1941 special DeLuxe. for sale at the driven .
$ >>l| toes* *Me*> S Onir) At.. *._ _____ I I A. Dud .d"t I Veterans training. Orlando Aviation. J Coach. Like n. A car yon are TAIR- New and used. 1947 highestbid 5.1

p.... :... .a.i. ,, Si = WANTTD--B' Mrl 5.55.... 5.55 MEN OR tS! Country gut._ Ph. Winter ParkJI63. looking for. 81245.. Hsrley Wads- 82215 81495.complete.Accessories New I through Monday Noon, '48 MERCURY Station Waton. Fully MERCURY Sedan.: A

.-.... .ad IMHIMt UStS.iiw ... *Ml MMM 5wST. fUMBXMI I* **- I II. I I Ij dally. Easy.Ou.. Call TG 1 I worth, 615 M. Orange: 8597. 'Itf..P.ml.l.Preway stove July 14. 1947. the followIng equipped. Almost new

....... _...at..__S.p.. .,.....,.. "......,.... j I I.**4 tt,4 o.v.5 a fast f,*..... tad I 2-3250 for appomtv",. r VETi'nd fGH mult-.le. I.tln. CHRYSLER 1938 touring sedsn. !I I i awnings, doilies fans bottled 1". ; automobiles: ' clean car worth the
.. hi .1_ !. : Job training 48 PONTIAC 8' Convertible Coup an
1 M4WI IM4 mail MAN for floor mail lessors me'llc' j Weekend special. 8495. Harley trunks etc. Ankney Bales
ta*. Jet a >l.. agis. ._ I Ieewreitt bl.ID.I j ; Trae .
MM y r a tires. $
I ta Ryan
*. siase $.. .- rMg.e I' Ortk4 = UIK tr* M OB prom sharincL basis: Fe1d. Appl._P. Wsdsworth. 615 N. Orange; 8597. S. Or.l" Blossom TrU U. 0 General money. :

>V*. S MM sad ..... 11.... .. MM .f Ik. mll terlik la Or-. Utht truck essential.? Be* Bob aR "46TCaArrBcl2DBelIcensed I CHEVROLET 1947 j 1-1. '
..... Ss.. ..... pu ica I .... U.4. 1.555. *.. kiuwmt s _arMf ers. 39 E Central. > t" S Mc5 i new tires top condition one I maroon convertible; F..tm..r I i SHULT: HOUSE 48 DODGE. H ion Pick-Dp Truck
.... ... a ... sIam ln..r. fV MUrtLwrit tank. 81350. Must sell by July fun1 "ulpp TPnt red and black like De.
SSS5 . .... .... . : fender .In. 9O6.DeLand. 2 OOO mU. Make ole. owner: have 1939 CHEVROLET Sedw.
1w5 was. 'WSI S s.Mp b.SSMS 55. I4T. B-Bt r_ iiORURE-> 15th. Jsmieson AircrsfU Box S-Stsr. I ed for o.utek sale; 27 ft. three room: FLEETWOOD SEDAN
:* S. *S Ik* sat, cad .; IIS W. Central Aente & Fl. Phone 534. CHEVROLET 1939 2-door. Verynice. Tandem wheels: metal sides; two 48 BUICK' Estate.Wagon Equippedwith Looks like new. .
.. It *.S .caS .2 Sssci trad.S. I Florida .1gb- : tone gray: paint and roof in excellent I Model 1938 all Btlll .c.sorle.'fl
1 .. .... ..... .. _..1 OOLDKM HAS IT- PLUMBER Eip rlrnc il only. Raymond 72. Autos-Truck for Rent_ and G..I.nd. .Mot.- condition Al. Included 1s anew -
Dleksoa. 134 .W. Plant Et FIAT Convertible, brand
Sa ... .w Yca) _... i iI 25 by 22 been SInshln.
.... -.p S Vui... wn. "..S. T**_ rrt torttH Mi 1T-M htr ..n I W\U Garden. OUts. .. phon 15 CAR-RENTAL INC.-High grade Insured I DODGE-1941 coupe; 5 .o tires. put up; 2 ..'ot ..Bn. nne. at El ONE LASALLE COUPE new 6 miles on sss, S993 1942 PONTIAC Tud.
: .... 0aSf ... 311. TIa,... ....l4 "'-....*,. Mi 33 ft treai144 "- I! .l.. phone 30$ .' by week or season & 640 miles; 81000 "ah Frank Plunto Trailer Park on Rt. 441 This is low
.. 5 ft. 4555.
af"iUiiliiii NfT-t.; ... i I 1 : : :: 304 1%. > : O* 200 ft. front- I perleneed IB air cond.l'lonlnt. co" Livingston Ave.ffiiRlJDtIVEITDriv5. Park. 1.iiiIts. Pal good
.fW .' Sal IM S. .05 *r 44 n. *.... Eu.IIe.' tor*> mercial relrlteratlon anq electric as.plianrss. it i DESOTO 1942 convertible club deck. W. Gol'.n Practically
'. tar HMt ..ur. 4A4 tUhU .11.111.. Box lii 8-8tart _ or day. coupe New top. Original black I SPARTAN
.--.o. st't.ir..tti 'I.... >. .. 'to <.... In..U..w. j SALESMAN- Irian with car yourself; lew rate by m.234 W. finish. Fluid and overdrive. A MANORT.t al .111. I Automobiles be Inspected '48 WILLYS JEEP Station W.son 7pstsenser.
.JIM ..-... -.. *rk. *rttVrilf'J CtoMl Sat _. ..... A. C OoWrn.n to bandl ..bIUou Ii4" Insurance D Varner t-Dnn-I. Ine.3. $ Harley belt1. I num have rlr used t days. . may ..1 metal body Equipped 1940 PONTIAC Sedan.
Ave W.d..on 61 I. I First
** **"** *.* "WS. OrUml A... laser .bl. C.ntrl 9n5i. at T. K. Low mileage.
: >k" lilt M debit. ASS 21 t* .l.Ar and com- : 8597. 82.350 takes it. This one won't last. .ohnsn'sStorage .a o.rdr
55.45.54 .....,.*.. w..1' P5,5 [ Apply Monday4 am. HERTZ DRIV-UR-SELF SYSTEMTrucks -- Club -Clean as a I IDn. Easy Frank Reed Garage West i New motor installed fa
I .IIO. & for rent t.r.
and Tr.le S.lc. '
passenger Coup 4 door sedsn.
> I Bids. _ _ hour. day or C.J 375 Oln's U.d 242 N. Orange 201 N. Orange BI"ol Central Avenue. Orlando. "P1 this car in January. Blackfinish.
al.. ... .. 'kI bqiEa.S.. e-. I 5 by ..k. L. I.t. equipped. New car .
.*-", ......... h.......... .._. i I,1 TRUCK DRIEE'n.rl' eed. Semi- N. Orange. I hone -. 2-4814 TRUCK-Large. IS ton panel, dual i Florida. All bids should be A at $09i.
..SL 'fSf7 ....-... .., BBTABUBMCO PROFITABLE: .p.a- drler references. CUMBIE FORD-194O convertible coupe, radio I .he.1 good rubber; splendid run ; 46 FORD 2 door sedsn. Glossy black bargain
HM M ,*.. MM*.* ...... Wrt ... ...* ... Mk-4lr. ...ttMiD, Ption Winter ak. 265. J JIM model can.By U.DRVEI. .cek month 4 heater spotlight: excellent i Will trade for .o I delivered to Trust Department radio and heater low mUesg.
au ..., rUM4 BM4IC MiuU .. .01-1 I YOU NO COUPLE t* opera (e drive Inbarbecu Competitive rates. 904 N. Orle; condition. WI trade for late model used pas.nl.r C'I or sell First National Bank
__ __ IM M* **M t* kith cl$*.. .u. si and. Must bptte ,.fe- I{ dial 2-4521. I closed . difference: would ,I 5OO E. Am.la.TRAIRL.r.. before 1941 CHEVROLET
I I I OrlB4 .i>4 D.n."' B.*rh *.4 Apply 2102 8. Orsna Bi usom consider house trailer. Room 504. II at Orlando. noon Special
?UW)* .wnr' cfi o .W," .a- r.Hltl t. t.r HBti tXMt-tMO monlh: Trail..r. Monday and Tuesday: I Liu-DaIVE I INC..-New ears I San Juan Hotel I c.p.dt1 1 ton: Monday. July 14th. 1947.FILLEY'S Deluxe Sedan. Black finish -
.... **.MMil ....._ I I by week or Kl.h.m .n"l.d. .pee.lp relner -
rlMK r.r .B4 r*.k. 4Mwn r"uir .. Writs I for rent mlnt. .
n nmi. ada SS.SS A : at wIts Dwtrtrt Mar 404 Jnrri auP SIBL MAN wlthV car for Nor red t.p. 2 locations. 24 FORD-1941 convertible club coupe. [ E.2 t .nd.. I.dl; 8175. USED CARBARGAINS looks like
..:*.t Nr a tt. ails M .:: 'n': .t.MM.1 l BM ... Pun 11.'.. lr plk.ap.n delivery I Orsnge. Ph 2-4814. and 14 N. New too: good tires All for 81295.Hsrley ; 50 Am.I. I new.

p.wI. 116 H. On_ g.i siss.hiJi 555,5... Ia Orl._ red touts.tood On. "pn.n"- pre.r m'l. i G..I.ne Ph 2- 34. 8597 W.dl.or' 615 N. Orange;

:'"'ii i .........h.,*. ]!I Apply Dri-In T.ILwAji Clean rt. 3104 j S Or- 73. Auto Service FORD 1941 Super DeLuxe 2-or I I 1941 PLYMOUTH Tu

.. sad. s.ttks l.- !..... 001.0t5 Has IT- I anie Bloom j I .ed.n 8995. Harley w.d..orU. FOR SALEA
S) P.%... .kMr rm .... I0&tIV.APNnIrwT t > Sr ort order coat. Must ] ALIGNMENT Free lnplon 615 N. Orange: 8597. I II '41 FORD Special D.lux 2 door. Sedan. See this oe
M TwirM ....I't MI ...* r.*it ( r",1.1 hat* at lean 5 rears ex}erence. j I Prompt rep.lrl b1 .xP.r FORD-1947 convertible I One owner. Radio and heater

.-.. Al** *.Bra ............ UX Sober references. App1 jJunglePrieIn anics. A one-stop Good- Radio heater fog .cub. coup. __ ____ _______ __ 11IS $1195.
.. .... SIT ft .5 kwkr. I. I...... River Tstares. 1.._ I years Service. 30O N. Orange Ave. I beauty. Standard Motor. Inc.. 375 N.I I HOME. NOT A HOUSE

.... SaiI.S ailS. licl.* Built In .*... Ll Pears I, YOUNO W d.lu of AUTO-BRAKK JOBS and wheel Orange: 2-4064 I '41 WILLVS "Plainsman" 4 door Radio
.. ... Sea Nsti d.ua.isms.SSStSVsits. SSAa ...... era r 5 J OO4 Ku."*". rn*>- ', batldlnt . lir .llnm.n& 1-day .. Wbel FORD-1946 Sportsman convertible.Red BETTER CARS very clean throughout -- 8795 1942 NASH Sedan ".".
55a rrtr 525.100 *n. Closed with fall detail P. o. Box 2W7. wait. 4 love?* bedrooms 27 ft. living
I. -.... yon Radio. room
PM .bU. A leather upholstery.
55.LI ..",..... *P I< BuMr A. C. 0014..- b.l.n.d 1010 W. Church. I, '40 LINCOLN Club Coupe __ 81195 A clean car. Weekend -
. real
. .. Sons. spe
aw o i new ... JaM 5s4. Pr..k., 11)1 N 01'-' ,...* At*. <..., Prn"e I heater. Very 1. mileage. St.nd.rdMoton dlBn. room, sun porch. 2 -
taif tewta tsiirSkr a Utod aee> i Help AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Experienced Ine- N. phone .. cial.
S.le porches.
66 Or.nl. tIle bath $1195.
== : i'I MlU4 k 4rMJ. WlrnUr Park. W.nte.\_ I. aad one- '40 Super. 4 Door Sedan two-
8fl SOS bass !laud. ..II0. b as prompt service 2-4064. I BUC
..n.. aas5sadtaa sad tutwa WtH I I I ,, Over week SeU jems good mcc.nlc and I xel.n'I h.1 bath. On corner lot. 2-car- S 1946 CHEVROLET Master D .r.. white .1 tires like

S.* sxsMstaae aiaae. fe* $5 InS sad I xcWsavki B'S.pl. for 1 doors. Write.Mr. tires. .tGk.. Vaner.11.e".sore Inc. C.D FORD top.-tires 1941 and Convertible.mechanical ... had hettlm system and attIc lue 4 door sedan. new __ ___ __hhn__ 81295
I. laaaa Melw O. own : j jj j{ 8-81.r. f condiion. 1941 PLYMOUTH Forde
trsl .
: -
.an. Bx I. | Cars. 242
---:7. *50.* sitS cam u I Olin's f.n Sedsn.
r* Or>M.. dial .IU.&nciioiiAriftirf : opC= I I 40 BUICK Super 4 Door
CHRISTMAS CARD 8slesp aU Phone 2-4814
Miahlr swafitabta. BRAKES ItEPAIREI3-W5 supply Ave ._._____
hester 81195 Sedan. This is
j I e 1947 FORD 2 door sedan. Ma black radio car perfect.
I : :! 1 this big line. Show 22 IbIs also tires, I
64*a* ears kv gmrebaso t 2ft. P O your auto needs; gas I FORD-1946 "s" 2-door..radio heater
:: 181. N. Btrsainaham ,. Ala. : .r Christmas and Eterydsy ,as--' and oiL Dixie Ssles Service. W.South . low BY OWNER. PRICE finish. I
M.. __ bIS SaHO.. aa 'I'I i I ." Sell UKklyv pay sema- I Boons 8t. I I mileage fog and lights priced slip right covers Wykygyl; .1.0. ron '36 BUICK 4 Door Sedan __On 8395 $1295.
laS *5155 M ,< ..... cash profits. Greatest ttK, a
a II. Ink 'Ioal repairing and :,, Motors. and 751 N. Mills. ____
I 81193
5.1545 baa. I -.IM. siws.a ... 1..n"fjn turn .f Chrstm.. !U.lou. j5)u- BODY AN'tENDE 0 MERCURY '4 door 40 BUICK Limited Sd.n
given 200
I Etl.t. .1.dl FORD Model A. Good condition LAKE AVE. .19 sean
rMP aSsi Mitt tort ricrtn* W.pptn. Notes I 1939 STUDEBAKER
..w.. baa sddas IMIIMM.r .... nT RATIONAL BANK '.aB1 .o'Ou. as SOC up &. Satisfaction .u.r.nte. V.r.| Phone 6939 Or 540 Grand Avenue A nice car. '40 BUICK Super Convertible Coupe
I tea .. I .U .
*._. SbSIVIS. ...-.We bIas.saci. _.. toe deawrtmeat a.to laana. finance. 'I 1 I per box.)Finest bl. of ?ismeiprinted -, 234 W. C.ntr.1 A. j HUDSON-1946 4-door sedsn Like red finish khaki top. radio 81195 | Champion Tudor
... uS ... .lat. JaM ..s.asdlas .. I, Christmas ., .. M for ifl. I CARBURETOR.ELECTRICAL servi I new. Low mileage. Phone 8284 for I I n
baa-ass. ......... as aMI. 5 e.-_. _appliance_.,loans.loss Home ': Other* 2J for 41 and OeLuz U.no. !i c.t the opening of further details I I 194S NASH Ambassador 4 door '36 BUICK. 4 Door Sedan n___ 8495 week special, $745. .
V.daaIst ...rtIt 0._ P... r Start earalnf more now. Send MrI >' L. Steiner's factory service on all i
... 01 toana. eat a plan .. ,I automotive fuel and electrical DAVIDSON Motrnl.- I LOANS sedan. Like new. CADILLAC Sedan _______ 8495 I
bII5VsIS sad ... .... SS 4th. f.e samples General Card Co. 13CO types of HRY LAS 36 |! .
fr r*.l **i.i* CM hil.f.. .... a. .raw moaeir floor Kievator {! W. BirdOept.. C-3. Ch.! systems. United Motors Service ne.45 motor: new tre.. .ld LAS '
.. ... sfervtre. Air .aIUd. Opent4 7. t3.cba 0PROFABL and Garland. fine conditIon 8350 "1 '38 CHEVROLET 8795 1940 CHEVROLET Bwi-
Mr? *4 rtark Mr .i ..rt I clme Coon.1 .oh. Con.erible C. ,
.If.. ....... '...,-.H. ...M* Cfe., M I Ionncmr .eaeea . -1. for capabl4 son's gI" Bldg. 2-lal. LINCOLN CONNENAll4. Top BORROW S 1942 CHEVROLET 2 door sedan. Better hurry
I ....iN... .. ".!!. OPENIO nationally LUBRICATION condition thru.hout. . I BY PHONEI Black finish, like new. '35 CHEVROLET 4 Door Sedan 8195.i ness Coupe.
OrrTALLMENT LOAB8 e. you baa .d..nl...8. medical .11. Instru-'J the thorough elcntflc.Shelubrl".t.'ubrc.tn I i I price See at 613 E. ,. Ave. on this one. $845.

at First Mattasiel Comparethewa 5 hisS das* clientele. Income\ Every "nook and LASALLE-1939 convertible coupe- I CALL US-THEN STOP '4 CHRYSLER Royal Sedan -- 8995
I Wr>a loan M-.f i tJOO-tiOO. 'I I or truck touched. running See at 325 Jasmine Street or 1942 STUDEBAKER Champion I
-wHb *.* sasrUIrs.0.a.s..a 1 mor as you progress. I 8mot I
...... ....1HtM sIasb 6 6 IM.104.=t 8 i3S.-P.a..to-Psvments 8 !, Caa ..veteran who wears a h.... I I m.cn.nlea parts . Safe phone f211.LSALlub. I I THE SAME HOUR FORTE 2 door sedan. Original blue- I '37 CHRYSLER Royal Coach _. 8195 1942 FORD Club
sad fMMMUMI II tM CVMr.* 1 Ins aid ca and cash bond requIred respne, prolongs hard-to-replace j I 1939.; rebuilt CASHI I 150 (300 t Coupe
6 20*.
P..... .".. a.*.. P.tu, ...... 6 KM. rws ,. rra iSS.-Pca.nt.u-Parsaeata 25 I,, Write, a District Mir. 404 Jones iV make driving easy safe''' tir.COUl., h..tl. 527 t black finish. '40 DODGE, 4 Door Sd.1 ____ 8995 j{ Look this one over at
,. B. 0, Professional Blde.. St. i '"d a pleasure. SI. Great Southern I Vest, Get essh o. Sour Sign.I .
t Mr"j j 44W. *- .. J72-Payssenta :33 for Orlando Ptenbus. I E tores. 692 N. Orange; dial e.th.n.r I tore. Auto aulc' I '42 Station Wagon ____ 61095
I. Inl.I. 2.188.i31. or Call today FOR 4$1195.
804. ,.get .1 8-Payments 41 67 j MOTORCYCLE 194"61" O.H.V.f I 'r'ur. 1941 CHEVROLET 2 door
61004. *- .. 83J4As ..AII..Nplace nylon |f r H.rl..D..ldsn. overhauled. sdan FORD Tudor. like ____81295
a1r1tiu.o-cii: =-K 'I v* =ys>enta 12 saanthc. I Ho. cad. a Indu.tla! j j Auto Prs-Accesorie I 424 E. Central Ave. I Very clean, new green finish. 4 1e.
___ Pass .asd. .asas.s. S Pas o are amaUer.Ptearca .I 1. offices .. . '
I U E""t good ___ ______ 8595
2 door sedan 38 FORD 1940 BUICK Fordor
commission. Delaware Sd.n
-, -.- .... ..-.- P555, I', ..t* pay BO.. PATS DOW'I MERRY-1939, 8695. GFC LOAN COMPANY ;
'" ......>. 545 H..*.... 88&. UI $laaa In ? .of .. T. First Mill.lne.Mlddletown. Del | C,available for almost .n1. m.t :- meh.nl".l. St.new mt.nor ; e 1941 BUICK Super 4 door sedan. '38 FORD Tudor ______ 1 One owner car and a :
to. C. A. Prance W.
M ... .... .. Orlando. floss an : Smih 4 .
'' 2. __ .. 41 SLeWAN with lst.nsodei for I 71 E. Robinson Phone Radio.
C'I CVurch. phone 8811. heater. one owner.
51 rffte O*,... _*-_ sad .11.1 Mr.Bourne. ." I I MOTORYC114 Harley-Dsvid-condition.Extras. I .I '36 FORD Tudor _____.8395 ,one: $1195. '. ,
-I ba.S.. Ml t.as. Aft. taY tz. SMall tp! t. $3" Sunday.. 440 8 K.a after 2pm. 74. Autos-Traier Wanted 140. A. C. .o. JIStW. Fla. I. __ .
ttI s If bI4su5a.4 .at MI' 1 1941 FORD Convertible Coupe. 33 FORD Coupe ___ 8345 :

oa.aiir..a a... La": a.a-_QP5b.rVas tb.Siaa'::' AUTO.BrBMB rtrnltBr* rta aro D1mMi4 C_ .leant. J. -P. I;I| BALES IB teneral CLERK department-Must b*.u.rl."r. AGirOS qish WANW par. Olins highest Inc.j I MERCURY paint Court-: 1940 new t.coa.nlbl.By o1er.: original 533Margaret Beautiful ie.n finish new top '28 FORD Tudor _______.L.195! i iI i; 1941 NASH Tuor Am

-. .......Osad 0...Mass c...sad paar-rasad filial..bassa. All- I.Barter.. ....1-0335.... 1004 ".ka. Build- 1 I It.Ladles-Ready-To-Wesr I.ulr. Leesburt.nd salN'' 143 N.24814AltOMOBILES Garland.. 2-4347 0 242 N. Or-i I OLSOBI113S ..... A-l. New VACATIONING? I' ...,> i toY n '40 HUDSON Club Coupe.______ 8695 ;j I jsador i Radi. over-,j

if .*r I!***. ..*..... .tSS.. 305 5. _ _ _furI i I ,Co Leesbart. *1.. I anrr% WANTED Will buy i'I trn. S. to.1. 111 Kuhl Ave. 1941 STATION ;I drive. Looks lke a news
CAllS LOAN*-Quickly !
4.JJ. TM ( SALESMAN to cover Stat of Flor OLDS 1937. Touring sedan 8695. I finl f' aato* and jwir car or sell your car. Auto's like n. Cup ; one. one owner car.
Kormr atoll A ***it ssi : land.a 055 Baea Finance. a ida. Year round line of teneralI at auction every ThuJd. Holly Planet W.ds.orh 615 N. O.a.; t New Motr. < pi 4jres. Radio.od.and 8595
u.M ...... ... ..alI.s. 1155 M.ealfIUd Dial 2-014.) I i merchandise, jewelry and appliances. Robbon's Motor Auctions. 2120 8. 8597. 39 LINCOLN ZEPHYR Sedan I
SIpS 554 .......... 0555 __ Must b* experienced salesman and Oracle Blossom Trail. I 1935 4-door sedsn. j U you are in need of BETTER or :
...... wails MADS 816 te> 83OO: a lire wire. (7S week advance acalnstliberal OLSMOBI good 41 NASH A.b..dor 6 ___ 8845 1941 FORD Tudor. Weekend
a. Pra.4 tM * WANTED The I.. uphol.tep; 1941 sedsn New I NEWER come

: !.teIAIa.... I.i'"'! Ps.irwt.". tWrvtr n aryj. I.arrvlr)W. Family I i don. available commission.for personal Mr. R.Interview L. GorI BUICK clf..mer the better. I.te buy 0111.n, tires. 8350. 1 Thornton 6t. phone rbb.r.PYMOU-2-o Gd motr. . clean I 1 and let us t.nsprahon.you we haveto i '41'NASH Ambassador 8' ___ S89S special. $975. i
.. .. . C."j i 7672. ear. i I
4J i : .. .. I ** MW* Ave_ff eaa47QCICK _ or Ftomtlac. Stivers Pontlac. 62 ,
... ........ -1' ft*.. *.***. I at Tampa Terrace. Tampa. Fla. Colon?nl. "6" Sedanette. offer in GOOD. CLEAN USED 38 NASH Club Coupe __ 854J
July July 19 OLDMOBILI98
.555. 155151 itM ..*,..* .... st4e .CUH-La. .-. ht.., 1 th.u.h MOTORS buy. I I finish. ..01mgrsed 1941 P'ORD-2-door.- One owner car. CARS. nU

.._ b.c III 5-51.r _ ,..d. .... .. FlorId.- FL" your INC.a the sl, Cars. 242 N. Orsnge Ave Phone Very good around. Really dependable 40 OLDSMOBILE *90'.Sedan 81095 :1942 OLDSMOBILE Se ,
WE HAVE ROOM 1 2 licensedreal &
ii taf-.I.-.... .... 1.s' .1 sUds .W. C. ,. I I; esiat 'I or In Salesranisatton dollar. .ns at 200 W. Central or ./2-4814 transportation. I I dan. -Hydromatic. New
.Itmea our U. 5 Clipper 4 door S1095 |
Otl ..., M liial. H 1-1M1 1' Phone 418'FRAMS PAC 1946 41 EACKARD 10' Sd.1 n
.. ...... .1" as assa5SaS RtU tlM QUICKLTf It b wllllnt t* accept the supervision" must-b andappreciate '' reany Knows how L. mileage radio. Olins* SEVERAL OTHERS FILLEY MOTORS INC. paint job. Runs perfe *.
.tale cad UI55m. .15155 ....aaa5 --. MI ,*wr .*. 0.. .t.n.in selllnt. W* get RE dollar for your t Used C.. N. Or.nl Ave. Phone To '40 PACKARD Sd.1 _____h 8395 :

55I 054 ltI.kSS TkMIw 21 W PM..t" '. afler tht advantages of a well advertised or ut: Cash In five minutes. Why 2-4814 See this car, the price .*
..... .... .... S,1a5 SS... ....v Ca. Orand T *atrMODKRM .Ia Itau' prominently located office.Ccnfidontlcl give ern away? Give u chance.. PONTIAC-1947 4 door sedan. Radio. COOSE FROM 200 W. Central Dial 5418 '4 PLYMOUTH SO. Sedan _. 81095
...... tjS'waaiTiaasHwa A k.rIHHMW . interviews between 10 201 N. Orange Blooom ; 7883. 1: 205 actual miles. Olln Used Can, only $1095.TlS .
Sea .* ,4U... OSas' w. .... a and 4 Monday dTuesday. .T.I : 242 N. Orange Ave. Phone Check with as fo your Used Car and "33 PLYMOUTH, one owner, Sed. 8395
a it WYKYdVL MOTORS clean 2-81.
*.*.<*- baas .. rta... LOAM BERTICB B, .. P.I. .nt I Truck needs. Our merchandise
... Ma. Rob. L Pd."ReIO.668 cars. 55 ill pay top 700 M. ': PACKARD'-1942 CIpp sedan. Excellent above I .
M .... .. e Ctai fc r araf N. Mills, offl Colonial Dr. I .. party. average. 39 PONTIAC Convertible Cpe. *995
.Jl st. Oraaaa.i 5. p..- f Plrida't .sad -- OrD' iII I> WestmorelandDr.
OH-THR-ft'OT CASH PAID for .o Sell or trde. 746 N. Check with us for your Used Car PONTIAC Sedan _.___--_ 8395 ;
=; *; oiii.rPM'i.: ... .f ..1 loaa cad flatkc NEW postwar Items for sportint. clean ud cars. .l Cumbla . and Truck needs. Our merchandise 3 W'S TE.I
....... hardware department stores.Cver 904 Orange Phone PLYMOUTH-1933. In very good 8495
_. .55 IP5... .-- .. .. .onb A.nue i above .verage.HEINZELMAN'S. JIM CUMBIE SAYS: 3 STUDEBAKER Coupe _
rub.PSI. _.*.*. Pritkt .fi Cnfld B- all Fla. St commission. Should 2- 'onditon Bee at 424 East Cen PRICED TO SELL, QUICKLY
5.15 S- make Wood salesman t25 I
.. ='= P55.5 616 So* 1stS S5O day.Commission BADLY IHf NEED of 1948 and 1947 'ri '40 STUDEBAKER Comm. Bed 81095
51I -.u S4S Masb sad .1 last tnrlr4. R4 d.U,. Trrnt .suit : paid on rd'r If you automobiles and older cars. HsrleyWadsworthq PLYMOUTH-113S coup 8395. Just INC. .

--..... A. .... ...bI.55as II are coverini 0 Fla.K. with Don-oIPU- 619 N. Orange A.. See at 1815 I you are in the market for '4 STUDEBAKER Camp. Sedan 1938 FORD Tudor._$966
..........1 ...*. II. stTIKON rW .._ c.u'1 Star.. 1. line WI. Ba a phone 559A. N. Orange. tCN newer car sure check I.I.a 1951

!I.!!!. 5SSL-!.!*!!.- .I Ptorld. MMM offlr at 41 M. I| letter.I c.nl.d BUSIE. IS GOOD Cars are PLYMOU 1938 touring sedan. 6159 i b t I '4,HUPSON" Sedaa ______
an new motor. our selection of '
I Man over 35 who wishesment. ever beor. C.s p.lnt 6pca "BER __ ____.
Susa. ANTE Immediately any mske. !; 8745. 37 DODGE Coach ____ 8395 1-935
WOllKt M* M*rr. Octal AMAH OrUad. PbB* A W.ds.orth 15 j CHEVOLE
..a. ..II.s ;. basIWs .laS.515 .1. Pref.r.money th.f present Used Cars {101 N. Main. 8409. I Orange: 8597. _ _ _ _ I | USED CARS" before buying.

... MMf .MI ro a. *..* V.r5 r.M .*. e. Offlc* ., Cor**. WtnUr Ha'J ."Pl ability. Ch.n.married for .d..n"m.. 0'. DONT SEi. for less than we will j i j PLYMOU-1136 COUP. I""p i; Our prices are right and allowances '4 DODGE 8d.D _____._8745 __ __$
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Irw* For appointment me at I pay. you can for your old N. I QUALITY CARS '
I Uon.I" tr.w DESOTO ______._.8245
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111 N. Or...*. BMI ..... t. I IliS. writ C. 8. Jackson manager Jefferson I|1 Shop around J then sell U here as so PLYMOUTH 1940 2-door sedan. 41 PLYMOUTH Coach _____ 1928 BUICK Pik.up$1
Standard Lit Ins. Co.. 1215 many others !have done. Central Florida I Priced to Central Florida IMS PONTIAC .9.
f.iil ir ... Martcace Loan. I Cltlseos_Buildlnt. Tampa. Fla. Motors. y P. E..... Ph 3-2424. Motors. Jef.ron.n and Garland; dialI : Str.mhe San It .OLDSMOBILE "76" Sran.tt. CHEVROLET Sedan ____ 8845

.. ..." at..., Ws5 S. VSSB5bSn MAN WANTED-GOOd nearby Raw- i I I 2-2424. 1946 DODGE PICKUP. Hpdr.m.te rsdio b..tr. 4 1936
a- kSa .... v.... FIRS MORTDAOB 4 I leIgh business In of ; Sedan.._$lW
all I.. fa.. a. city Orlando R. 8. EVANS\ FAYS MORE I STUDEBAKER 1942 cu.tOI sedan .. 42 PLYMOUTH Sedan _.___ n 8695 I
I _.. .-t......0.-. ,.._ aal c p .._ let.;. tTt aiMitk. 0. IMBM.u snd several netrby aO.ton. now 81095. Harley Wad.or& 815 I. 1947 CADILLAC "62" Sedan. '4 OLDSMOBILE- Sedsnette
__ > w Park *17-5 __ _ .1 I pen. If willint to HomeServic \ Orange 8597. I i CHEVROLET 11* Ton Truck 8795
, I 553tsrZwfsb 1 Drop into any one of oar 3 Orlando .4
VSP 55555' 15 5 Or. business while timing good I Ililnt. 46 FORD Super Club Coupe 1937 LASALLE
KOMI LOANS T. parcbaM.tvfMia Land 1941
kUo locations boran appraisal or phone 1947 CADILLAq Dlnx.
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Immediately. Ram
(1I11.fI5.Sal. *** tad *rnrIc .rl. leltb.I overdrive. 42 DODGE Pick-up -. 8395
5296. -----
I .***. tM* mvMMMf alIM * "I.. CMBpkol* .!*. Dept 45. MemphIs Tenn. i CIHr. .dlo clm.ta..".. See 1941 BUICK Special Sedan. 47 CHEVROLET Sedan Delivery Sedan

54 ......,.l -...8irfc; artr* ..*. iBcrodint .1._ c SeU Xmas .cards, sta- this Pc.d.r you GrcC.' L. ma. in luxury 48 '40 DODGE >. Stake ________8495 -----.P

= uassassad .. :. .5555554 I 1--... BMU* mod.L ..aI .i. big profits colored ..t.lo' VETERAN waji used from transportation.. Wykygyl Motors. 700 :11941 PONTIAC .'6'*% Sedan CROL ad.n F.tm..tr -o .
.. .
155..d as SI 3S555 1 tot park Pvdoral Batuitt At * .oa Hill Oreetlnts. IISChanncy. private .o cash.a or 751 N. .Dl .4 FORD Amp. Jeep ----_ 8195 i 1937 TERRAPLANESedan
55555 5v.SS PWI ir555 -- *.* 2 4PrkAt* wmt I ,r Park.HOUt . A. Boston. Mtss. i p.t |! pholGE Mlw.STUDEBAKER 11941 '4 CHRYSLER .6" 4-door sedan '
I -_ 2-6732. I-
I Sad fMnsrM -5aSS .*.> elf"l | _ _ _ _ 1939 Comm.nde I FORD Convertible Coupe. '39 V-FORD Tractor _____ 8395
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LOANB W Bt t bats > u
..rt* ( TOP CAsrfJ PRICE for car very clean new motor. new tires ;
l kMKMMW It 81 Maw your 4 CERL 8t.lemutror
kar tiBii ar build a a.. nn*. C7. Employment Agencies I t of make or model. Used Car above the Ojisirrioi510t 1939 BUICK Special Sedan. I' $
.nr.I. '
u-.v "= sasS pruM- W* .OI ..PS. BTMBpt .nl. OfDP r..dl. W. Washington rdIo. Repossessed. 1903 Jef. 2.dr 4 CHEVROLET Town Sedsn 8895
I .55. .555 -... sad. b.5IP4 kar t* S derate S t* BROWNS EMPLOYMENT ; Ca. Echan. lUl E FORD Convertible Couple
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....--. ........ l.......*a tM 1 It Satsidsis. Pint Prdrral -Has Burses. office AGENC. I '39 BUICK Special 4-D Sedan 8795 .1935 FORD Sedan ..-.
515.5sI M. *w* 5* .4454 aad ba ntlMi Of....ni. feurs truck drivers laborers D. VARNER :\ your I STUDEBAKER 1941 Champion These cars sold with a 30-day cnar- '4$ FORD Super Deluxe Club Coupe $

=: a. Ir*. t 51 OMMM y*>* Bt. Orlad*. a. 1 I, maids, laundresses. n .. auto or ti't.bp"p top Drive t.ppr.c.& Central Florida I antee. We pay cash for used cars I '47 CHEVROLET 1-ton pickup truck '36 BUICK Sedan-as t ____8145 j
'....... O... r *fMk4t .... .. !: lat women U yea need heln let me prices Imm.dl.tl" D. Varner Ine. Motor. and ; I
..,... ** w IJ M .w*. ro.M ... AS 4 help you. Ph. 21.BRO'SDPL'MEN. Stld.b.Ae Sale and Service. 234 dial 2-2424. I I '48 DODGE .t. pickup '1,1 '38 PLYMOUTH Sedsn _____ 8495 1941 FORD Pkk-up_:.$41f
,*. ::: ...... VS4sa.ts I .n. AGENC- 6a 1 And-Priced right at 8775. Wykygyl ; 48 CHEVROLET %-ton pickup truck '37 PACKARD Sedan-as 8100
'..'ifUJi1' .... sad w_., krtrra. : us your car. Orange J. C. McKELLAR, INC. I _
5aa, .... 4I5 ....-. .VIM* l..ua.s* CMBpaaf. It W.WaaklB4t4t work com to W. Central. U you -J{. Dean Ross. 530 ,I Motors. 700 or 751 N. Mills. I 48 Deluxe .I
51 S.I.I
.,..* a 555 ._ 1,45 .-Bt' U want h..p. I! N. Orange Pl%)n. 510. after 6 COIN' ON VACATION for a few "YOUR PACKARD DEALER" dor PLnOU '42 PLYMOUTH taxi ____ 1295
I i .
.. II p ra. c.1 448. weeks. Clyde 424 Hughey 12 YEARS m THE SAME ;
:11"rc3'.T) = 1- i 69. Work wanteuiFemaloCOMPAIIIOHHOU8tKEZPEft CASH for late Ford. Court win take Gf.of my busIness 342 N. Orange Ave. Ph. sin 4 FORD Super Deluxe 'o sedan I'39 PONTIAC Coach _.__ 8596 LOCATION
.Saa .... Ie ra.i4.. ...-. 1I Plymouth.o : Cerol.t .." I'm away. R. Smith 33 K. 41 CHEVROLET 2-or sedan

(c55SSs ..... Ifl 5. or.1.41 .- I P R_*A.-iaaa45r.*- >rod atrtta fcw-ral. Or fe Settled " o.ne. Ph. Winte WIDn.l'ak 443-W. I Robinson. I I 41 BUICK Super 'or sedan '38 0L:0BI Sedan ,v -_.8595

_ karuui *r rfmiwia CaU whit lady desires position: SPOT CASH PAID'ior your used ear. '41 CHEVROLET Club Coupe ; '
n.fim.1 .... Or.... rook 76. Trailers-Trucks for Sale I 37 HUDSON Sedsn _.. -_ 8495 Visit
a U W._ .Z> W. B* Ins P. O Box 2207. Orlando. See J. C. McKellarvYour Packard I '40 FORD Convertible Coupe
"A :; ('5.'sas .... "LI COLOREDSIAID-Da" work 0' horn, Dealer." 342 N. Orange Are. Phone I "47 BANTAM Ton .
=--hl. aPIS. .. I laundry. I 5147. .&DMIRAL-1946. 25': Butane gas: OBLIGATION 41 BUICK Super 4-door sedan i UtHHy 'Treilera.brand THE USED CAR
171 W. Robinson An.I A new .__ 8159
:t;.. I1W .,..., ,7 SufiT Of.... COMMERCIAL ARTIST or window GET CASH IN S MINUTES Any f newly painted; excellent condition, ; '39 LASALLE 4-door sedan uu.I

15 LOAMS Mi a3 ,,.prp rlT: long I trlmmlnt. Writ Box 633 H_ Rt. L I make or model. 8rrll..Au.ndel 821OO. Palms Trailer Park.5Iam- Studebaker and D. Varner ob- !' 40 LASALLE "52" 4-door sedan 'n'JUT RA)4pER trailers, .I..p... EXCHANGETe

.. rasa .. .s 55555 &It f.-f'........, a. *.r .a..*HarM, O rat Prvdrtck.. uaaidiBt tilM 1. Orlando I Ilotor.. 501 I. mond ALMA-The most livable ligation is to see and know '41 FORD Club Coupe all aluminum complete _____ 1415

a.455SS5Sa ......... 55 Ocaa. A,*. 515*. HIGH SOL GIRL de. lIght I 'iTD-14 home In the We ..trDr that each and every purchaserreceives 41 DODGE 4-01 sedan '.7 ItOYAL LOISI.ocated .
TO BUY and
551 Law 154 .... ..... tSP .... house fnm S 1 "AN T brand new .od. 8400 In Special 2- _ENIE_ ______ .otc""II._____
: also one actual value for 4 CEOL Dlu. new
.. every -- --
5. ( ._ ._ .. 5.5 bass. : Ct Bldt 3. AI' 6. ta o.t..W. price. Easy arranged on all br.n .I2
..... Wr.. .. p555S. ...., _Il Olt >4SOO flrtt Btrtkat* 'a I and 8 : r r Open S ul.4sysa Dl boli- dollar spent with and that' dor '
.. will take ooherwUe. Moltbe 'r.len. u 41 FORD Deluxe sedaa 46 INDIAN Chief-Cycle--$400 worth '
5 finuk boa. ociers.
-.. bas I S1..t...._....S.S5S5M.... 55551S - *0 -.:Pkn* 3-4413. C I I PRACTICAL.NURSE 899S. late serial I number send clean mer-i N., P.nk Reed Trailer Sales 201 each purchaser 1 completely '37 CHEVROLET 4-door 2-01 sedan accessories ---___________'. li5 219 W. w.t 5 .
chandise. Contact N. Knighton. BI.sm T.l.
I | satisfied. I 220 W. St.
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** LOAM Law REGISTERED NURSE. 30. expenenced. ;I 710 S. Jackson St. phi 679-J. Flts- BRANSTRATA. 22 ft. Going cheap I II 38 OLDSMOBILE 6 coupe '47 GRANITE tralleri breed War
Iabws.soSS OiircMI '| ; wants position. gerald. Ga. lor cash. L.. good as new. '35 CHEVROLET 4-door sedan le. ____ ___ N. Cartaad St.
T* by. r rrfiaanc bopj .r.nen' .Iz lj
SW 555 P55555 5'5.5 i 4 OUTSTANDING !!
55 ... I N 5.Sasa. ..&. .... ka*.*k Ta Tra ttxpartawat bp. .8. .br.nd; Ob. and : Riley's T.De Mt. Dora I '35 DODGE pickup track
a.. all ... sIll SkIS Slsd .f PinS ..U Baa ,|t '.fft. .rf..d. 6.&starting: i 75. Used Car far Sale CHEVROLET pickup; 1946. radio; ( VALUESOLDSMOBILE1940
tle.WAiThD..3.5S. I heater Six plr tires: fogs: 81.43O.
** r5 PHONE
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zaThAa&Et I...sT is.is.i a LCRZTARY -sIenc.; WOUl' ARMY JEEP DonUt MlVh This* NewAUCTION Phone 305 W. Winter P.rlt model "Sev. -

P..., 55 541555 555. 555 T. "k7 part tim. transmission and paint job. CHEVROLET 1944 1 Perfect enty", 4-door touring lean original WE WILL BUY Many others select from.
.. Ti rrliaal* 1. .0,1. C.I 2-2. 0.1 t
55.15 ... 151.'_ 1 P55 5555 41 II III 8P'Of takes it. Seer at Bland- .. black finish. and
.. PrlS.4. 5.5 ..555S. ckM Ml .'***. cod bmuwat I Jy- cdito. S. at 424 Central :
aas S55 4 I 5&CRA'-TNORAPB and clean. Vft speeuftza la !'
.. Mechanically unusually
... PS. .._ aM 55.. 05 14.5rFiuis frost ., 1-3 i .I .du.W "I St.ton WahKtn. "
oN e. ....at n. ........- Orlaad sad ...e. .. ...nY permanent resident. Box CHEVROLET-1941 heavy duty tractor 'good 'll9S 100 i I
*n. .*tod at 111 a c -Every Tu.wl' 1 p.l. : 2-speed axle: 825 tires booster HIGH GRADE
: lrt 3 P Matiaa, I ....: 20 to 400 .ld trucks br.t. reconditioned. Our price PONTIAC 1941 S-passenger coupe.
as f sell and will selL *v; are selling 8845. Chevrolet Co. 115 W. A light, six cylinder car. thorough '46 OR '47 MODEL CARS OPEN SUNDAY ALL DAY" .
7.. Work Wanted-Male -
.55. labs ,...rod wii* tM..._, lots of good automobilts for private ,.Hol.r. ONE OWNER
ly dependable and An
..4 tauad ..-..lnua "-*aHI I. 1flp W.ntfI"fmal'C& owners. This market one of the eQncaL
savallasi .. paUl S rears. I I ACCOUNTANT and office : best to buy or sell your car. i, CHEVROLET 1945 IS-ton; good outstanding value ___-U" CASH ,
riiii isM Iso ....***... sal 14MseMba U> avraar sad atr** diaar I Experience ta private and public : We p.c... of buyers fatbat will I' condition: tires run 45OO miles: QUICK CARSAnd
4 ...*. t..d a_. Thoroash knowledge of.cost .. CHEVROLET 4-door sedan
AM a* S OsWist C4I .f pay top prices. Remernberyos can '10. C. B Te. Rt. U Clermont. R. S. EVANS
1.* ." ... Beat 1 driven only by the original RED'TAPE
..n'.tr.n" Al 32 8 buy the best to the chesaiest car P. o.ne NO
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riOOG: .:: ,.-., ...iioi. tWBASMAKKR Miak "f'1. I Ba made r Any one can bay or selL 1 COVERED WAGON \and has had the best o care. A

-....... 55555.4. .-- .. .BIT kMa EXPERIENCED ACUAN. genets This will be o. of our I...' sales. tie metal fred .o: good model and a good rU'U9
.. 4I... 'N S._. U Idea 5. In* dar .1 Mral and cost d.a. prmD' Dont m. '. will you & trailer.hll" *4. ... Is + 101 W. Central Ph. S29M A this time have a fine stockto
154 15. ft ,_.... 5555. .,..,. -." connection.. Box 11&tr. buy tU. Gf Automobitte. Inquire Snyder Store. Lkl.r. .I PLYMOUTH-1942 Uo s dsn. make

f ?I a55.a.-: : 55 ....... PaS4as.cI i, aKI&PEr 1 ... Hn ACCOUNTANT College .r.du.t t..n Co. L. F.. i J CHEVROLET TlC 1947 2-t Newly painted, uplter nice and JIM CUMBIE W. Central fl: Ph. 4321 selections fro
f over IS years experience BUICK-1934 sedan. Origtna8 clean.
C.I I I I 825x20 -
; a of p..t t. .. Trghl rolt.o
iaJ.l.C'OVIIr4.. ; ..... ...... (4515* A"_ 1 manager, Ira tailing systems I Excellent throughout. A rel stake b1. P" er trade fo,, and will Clv N. OrtJise 4771
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55 554 a-_ ..... Me h. tiORRIBOM B CAr'TtRlA-Wiais tai service. Full or part time L Standard Motors Inc..375 N. Orange; . trdr. Eustis 214Bla,1. comical depD.ble. an- iias CARS OPEN SUNDAY AND

55550 .0 15455 51w ... U. a a.hve attract rMM ladtra for ralWria *- i; A WIdoaan._ 5905. DODGE PICKUP-1936. perfect 1941
S4I.0 au-- I tralaia Mwk arbttol *daeaUati FURNITURE and cr"t repair BUICK 1M 1. Super sedan.* New motor and body: 8595. See Stisi. MORE . EIG
.IM s.c _. M,. ...... 5615. Mlr Paid ..*.t55.s. koaMtalUatHMk work: knowledge oUI trades.rermaaent motor Original finish. 8165OJ Harley 16 N. Parramore. phone 6464. D. VAN. INC. 904 N. ORANGE AVE. BUS -
555.5.. d41s a-. -... 511wui _,._ '
led cauitar 615 N. Orsnge85H7. .
..1 n4." a."n Ph W.d..oh FORD-1941 cab heavy f WE TRADE
.. ... .... Ur Cr*.k f. II II over .nll 2 Cntat ,
- ---- ___ _ _ _ _ 1-1. BUICK-19J4O.." ConverIlls. duty tractor .; 823 ,
r- .0" .... ...;. it I *. *.B OE OFFICE MAN. veteran 2 door sedan. One ef those rats tires. In good serviceable condition.Our Orlando. Florida. PHONE 2-4521 <
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.tasSel PbI04. W 5 bdMs.M..0S55 Ca accurate. knowledge a mileage cars. College Garage. .pl.l,29S Holler Chevrolet Co.. Phone %.315. JESNAB.TRJS :
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I tr o.. E gtjt f frtmbatj- f -rnttnel- -tur -- Orlando I II : Florida, July 13, 1947 j I Chief Flays Ticket'Fixing' Rent Increase i Assessment ''i"

Cab Firm Receives

CoiC Courtesy Award Information on I Issued Jump Proposed ri

. <** ** s\ On 'Elections Charges 1Warning J

,#. By FRED W. DeMOTTE P [ l >Sen"1el-StarJ' I (Sc*: -' M T e S nooSer' ic''.S nrt
the Chamber of Commerce weekly,I ka SuppliedSpecwl DAYTONA BEACH-Following closely on the heels of DAYTONA BEACH-Proctor S. SANFORD-City Mgr. H. N.
fouruy award vaa announced Sayer said yesterday it is the ten-
made two that "fixing" of ticketswas : Snow,
I charges by policemen area rent director yesterday -
Ser -* Star] tative decision of Commission
1 jstr>tty and for the first time to TIe Sunday
going on in certain arrests which were answered by I issued a warning to some hotel that a ie1trnc i
mm the aaard has been made It SANFORD-The rapid growthof
II Mayor Ernest L. Padgett, Chief of Police Tom Johnson I and apartment house owners of 10 per cent be placed on allSanford
rather than the increased activitiesof I j
to a group an Sanford.
vrot I
last handed this written statement in It assessments after investigation
late night reporter a iI "they had jumped the gun" on ,
I.Individual.TM. I its various civic bodies and I t I revealed that present as- I
connection with the two cases. t, rent increases since July 1.
winner was the Daytona the increase in interest by the ; I sessments are only 40 per cent of i
Johnson said that activities of Johnson it would seem if he Jell; He said that they may have to the cash value of the property. ,
Cab Oo. of this cU,. The award citizens of the County have resulted -
vra. made on a recommendation in many requests for information the two policemen were "hampering he had been abused the matter! make refunds to tenants. At the regular session of the
and a fetter from Mr. Dora E. L kr I regarding the off-year i the efficiency of the department should have been brought out I II "While it is true that many ho- { Commission tomorrow a date will
f be set for the board to meet again
llaley. rte 0. Rldirtiood Are elections in November of this year .and setting bad examples for then and not held two months I tels are decontrolled by the new 'as an equalization board. The ;
She wrote "The driver erm of and the primary and general elections 'I He said that steps I rent act, there are also others that .
1 new men. finally putting the load on spme- public will notified of this date
and of next .
type are unfailingXjr year.
a were being taken now. to "remedythe remain subject to rent controls so complaints can be presented. '
raarteou*. t hare often !wardJlM'fttkJa \ Primary in the city elections to situation. one else's wagon. i
since they
are primarily apart-
people thus fact and some be held for the selection of two The statement follows: : -I have tried to be fair V> both: ment houses rather than hotels Sayer said need for lncrra- j
of the drlren have cone. far be- e 1wv' City Commissioners for a three- I "A meeting of the Police De- :officers and the public for many i Snow said. I I' Inc City revenue has developed
will be held the since the interest rate
tr.jnd the call of duty year period on especially
I held at 8 today He explained that when 75
partment was per
p.m. '
But when one or more officers -
first Monday years. Indebtedness
------ first Tuesday after the on Sanford bonded *
[Saturday] in the municipal cent of the total units in a hotel!I
I of November and these elected decide to come to work when: will be increased from 1 toI1
..no xB ISMIPot 1 M officers will be confirmed at the courtroom. The purpose of this''they see fit. violate general,: or tained apartment the establishment hotel are self-con is classified !{ per cent Sept. 1.
discuss situation I -
Dunning I general election on the first Tues-i i meeting was to a orders and special orders, commit i
: -
I existing In the Police Dept. whichis J as a hotel under rent regu-, At present the total indebttd-
.. MS N. OrB|* 4r.. IRS day after the first Monday in De- 'i becoming serious. Certain mem- I acts of insubordmat and'' lations and remains under these ness is $4,884,000 of which *4-
rmrrlptionaOnle cember. discourtesy, even to the extent! of i
i I bers of the department have acquired -, regulations with maximum rents 359.000 is in general bonds and
of two commissioners wbose't I
54 c4tI The the habit of ignoring orders' using someone else to cover up the same as they were June 30, )I $525,000 water bonds.
Lt.NuN1r.. rms will expire this year are 1 rules and regulations and have: their own acts it is tune steps i unless modified since that date by !, The 1946 total city assessmentis
t DeliveryPAINT Mayor H. James Gut and George ; taken to remedy toe situa- the local
continued to vfolate these orders' were I rent control director. 7612405. Sayer revealed. The
D. Bishop. There being five : after been warned. tion. And such steps ere being; Tenants whose rents have been 10 per cent increase for Ion will
I commissioners an election is held ,J having taken at this time." raised .
s41, illegally may sue the hotel make this assessment $8.841.201.This.
rwr This attitude not only I
> '1 1I
tI each year. On two occasions two of the department : under a provision contained in the however, will bring only an
I commissioners are elected and on !:1 1i pered the efficiency I new regulations for three times approximate revenue Increase of
Pilot Club To Seek
but also set a bad example -
I _____ :1 i one occasion one commissioner Is dis- I the amount or $50 which ever Is $12.000 to be applied to intereeton
elected by this system City Mgr. for new men and also National Convention greater plus the court's cost and bonds and $7.000 additional for
the i iII f fi
CARAVAN who the conscientious officers -.
MEMBERS OF THE YOUTH ore visaing 'H. N. Sayer said. In this case couraged ; attorney's fees. Snow pointed out. city operating expenses.
Kissimmee Methodist Church this week are front row, left to there is no' qualifying fee neces- who were trying to do a l:,;peeal' to The Su-day en"nel.5torJ; !I

'right: Naomi Rupert, Clio Metcalfe, Mary Beth Joyner; bock II good job. The fact that some'1 DAYTONA BEACH-Meeting at i
sary.Regarding election of County cases are settled out of court is' the home of Mrs. Clal r Schneider
row, Nelle Rose Beck, Porter Anderson. Commissioners. Chm. H. B. Pope not secret; some of them are never i members of the Pilot Club laid // your Homes For Sale List it with
& said that these officers hold this even placed on the detention book.I plans for inviting title/ organiza-
position on four-year terms. By Numerous cases involving juven :,tion's national convention'! here in '
Methodist Caravan the staggered system three are lies family quarrels neighborhood I 1948.Mrs. ALLEN JOHNSON
elected in election year and two : disputes etc.. never go on the:. Margaret Jtager. corre- ,
in the off year. A !small qualify- docket for trial unless the situa- sponding secretary of the club. REALTOR
f. ing fee Is necessary for each I(! tion is chronic. j!said "We are virtually certain that
aa candidate. ) "If all such cases were carriedto i we'll have the conw/ntion' / here." "Specializing in Homes"
o NtITIalOa Visits Kissimmee I. trial a good many of our citi- 1 Pres. Mrs. Coleml; Wilhoit, who
DeLand To Offer Legion''' zens would not be speaking to attended the recent, international 140 N. Orange Ave. Phone 8612
/ II their neighbors. It is common |convention held in r,,' olumbus Ohio. J
{Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Several Building Sites. :i knowledge that the average police gave a report which described the
a KISSIMMEE-The Methodist Youth Caravan, a pro-I officer has no desire to prosecute i growth of the organization.
Special to The SondoSen' ne -Star] I
ject of the Board of Education of the Methodist Church, DELAND-A choice of several every offender he comes into con- Different Colors
r' will be at the First Methodist Church in Kissimmee today building sites will be offered the tact with. This is especially true: Jacksonville Shriners
: I if the officer believes the person' Group "B" and "C' also Blue In Group "D"o
and for the remainder of the week. State Headquarters of the American :
rfrcu>))1f maJ tar txteriar I' I I to be a first offender. { Visit at Daytona Beach
wool fiuors. KCHMI wcar The Caravan originates each year at the Methodist Legion by the City Commission "The publicity given to the 4 ' ALL WOOL CARPETING
I it was agreed: at commission. l lSpp..111] to Tie; Stovln v Se' + ne1-S or'I I
4wtitbcr.ir assembly grounds at Lake Juna-'" 1 I' meeting Friday night. I I Police Department and City Com- I DAYTONA BliACH The Daytona 9' and 12' widths; also %." and 36" Tanners.e .
sad. to $1.50| luska. N. C. where young people i. lived with his parents in Korea,.'I American Legion officials have mission in the last two days is i Beach Shrine Club nobles
W Jk... f QT.ENAMEL :' unfortunate. I realize that Officer' I LINOLEUM
J dur-ing where they are missionaries.The requested sealed offers from vari- of and their \\'ive were guests last
ous suitable Florida cities a rep- : Arno felt that the handling i night at a inception for Fred
avan work.After first of the programs of the;,resentatlve' the local post toldI the Hunter case put him in an I'i Cobb, illustrious potentate of the Battleship Inlaid Congoleum Congowall
oil N receiving Instruction in week will be this morning when' the commissioners. He also said embarrassing position. Such was;Shriners' Morocco Temple of
I religious education training for the Caravan group will conduct i I, location of the permanent headquarters not the intention of either myselfor 1 Jacksonville.
INfIR10ft01 youth and the adults working with the service. Planned programs will 1 would mean a great deal the city manager. Therefore the i The affair: marked the annual I AMERICAN RUG AND LINOLEUM CO.
'!to the city and that a special ef- I resignation was not accepted. In visit of the'Jacksonville Shriners.A .
them the young people are placedIn i
be fostered throughout the week., 863 North Orange Ave. Phone Z24S1Orlando's
groups and sent to various ford should be made to have them I the complaint of Officer Chestnutt buffet dinner was served fol- I
4p! arras where they' are assigned. 'locate here. regarding the handling of Mrs.\ J lowedby: dar.cmg.

I, Member*of the Caravan group I Boy Scout Leaders tS.. t -- -
i f rhiting Kissimmee are Nelle \
A,'e *7- offJf nitmcl this Rose Beck Mary Beth Joyner. Discuss Program I
tdn solidly. For be* I Boon that wiH and Porter And l'5On.I' .
KiaUpmndrr Miss Beck Is a native of Myrtle-I I unit leaders met Friday night at I
foot QT. wood. Ala. and is a student in: the local YMCA to discuss the advance I
rra&c I' merit I OPENING !
Huntingdon College in Mont- program especially GRAND
JOSEPH : badge work.A .
re-ligious I special meeting will be held
Bumby Hardware Co. ', a student at Greensboro IN. C.] July 25 at the Y to Include Dis- I
College. trict Advancement Committee
o.t.... Winltr P.rkDUPONT The only Floridian in the groupIs members scoutmasters and their I
Miss Metcalfe.:, a native of Or- assistants neighborhood commissioners -
lando and a graduate of Florida and advancement representatives i

? PAINT Southern graduated College.this Spring Miss from Rupert the mittees. from all troop com Most Modern crake and Front End Department

PitUburg Kansas!State College. Paul F. Cabeen. district leader-':i
Porter Anderson. now a residentof ship training chairman !said aBoard i i
SERVICE CENTER Donelson, Term.. Is the only of Review will be held Mon- '
male in the Caravan group. Be- day at 7:30 pm. in the Seabreeze II I
fore his service in the Navy he I High School.NtST I Iv.J'J II
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ChatterIf \74 74'Y I ; SaturdayMrs.

CYNTHIAA Julian Lautniattease as-

group of the younc-marriedj p.r tertained yesterday afternoon wIWs'

had an opportunity to meet a a a colorful tea at her :bast M

Lake Davis Dr. honortac MIll
charming newcomer ,to Orlando I ;<
CLAIRE T1LLMAN STANTON, I Ii I[Jeanne Osbun. one of the legit

wife of the new assistant city engineer I i ;brides-elect of the neaswt. Miss

CURTIS STANTON, when ; .. q I II II I Osbun becomes the bride of WIt-

HAZEL LEE MATHERS entertained w Ham B. Proctor Jr. on July 11.I .

several friend at a coca I White asters and tuberoses wise

cola party Wednesday . Hazel used to carry out the bridal aaaf.

Lf* and the honor guest are longtime I for the tea table and sari-eo.....

friends, dating from their I gladioli were used to decorate 1M

rrowtnc-up dan in Oauwsvtll I :. spacious living room.
Assisting Mrs. LaugtunfBMM
Mr. and Mr*. Stanton and I II were her niece. Mrs. C. P.
their two little girls have recently I : and Mrs. J. A. Lan Mm

moved' here from Schenectady,. Osbun. Mrs. J. H. Carroll aM Si1r1 t.

N Y where he wax with the General bi Barbara Lane.
I I Others on the guest Meted iseltt.e '..
Electric Co. and they .have A <
the Mmes. Agnes Milter. O. "&
purthaied the A. P. CLARK homeon I t ? e Prpctor. Robert Marshall. J. L. ,

Wetimoreland Dr. r tf \ Lamberton. James Copp ...le.
o a) 0 Davis. Leroy Hoequist Jr.. Oscar i.
Here for a vU t are MAJ.. and LrthA WiHiford. Ray TrovilUon. Robert iii'

MRS. R. B. McBANE and thelitwo ; E. Smith and L. B. McLearf Jr.
young M>ns. BENDY and I Also the Misses Ann Pesetee. 't:.

BRUCE who drove down from I I Carolyn Rich Rebecca Th SMV
Washington. D. C., for a 10-day Cede Caswell Sylvia Much atSariford.

vacation with Mr*. McBane'smother Betty Ann Batthnp*
MRS. W. J. RICHARDS Nancy Layton. Marjo Dukes. Patricia
They plan to spend a lot of
Jones. Leila Lane. Vtrajni
tune getting a real coat of Florida i I,
Chappell, Zuliem Asher Betty
tan at the feather Murchison. Polly Griffith. Huts

o : I j < ......,. 4 &. ChiUsano. Colleen Kenny Virginia
.., Allen Annette Peter. KttaafeattiRicker. .
BURO. .boIItawnt as a concerttiohnlat
Mary Brinkman. KaUsrynFuirn
is well known here is now MISS MARY A. KELLEY f .: :::. q': MISS GWENDOLYN DORSEY PACE Louise White. KsCallanan ......
member of famoua
a .
MOLINA'S orchestra . When . to be married. Aug. 2., I 'A, .; .f : . is bride-elect of Arthur Wayne Hastings. } Harriet Stpple. Lee ...
-A_ ... I + ",,j; .,. ti?. Ann Carter. Betty Chaff.>..
that orchestra last ;
played here << >" '
t K f ".. .. / : .<:. .
: .Jf > : . Nancy Asher.
Tuesday night Mr. Vosburg added t I

his magic violin touch and the Miss Kelley ,' r.., j -{ :" :;::: .. .. .:.; . :... ,. .. Miss\ Pace Alto the MLves Nelle Curb(
Rita Callanan. Mary Jaw .,.
Mat morning Molina asked him \/ti.
to join the group and they are i ).f 1 : I.:.;.::. l :.4;:: Martha Helen King. Beverly ......

continuing the tour West with i BrideElectOf I .. n..w.,: .. .. To Be Wed f.eld.; Jacqueline Lewis P-..
) . Ga wood. Bal bara Rioter IIiIIi
Hollywood as their ultimate des .
tination. Mr. Vosburg is- particularly : .;::1 (f!& i : .--". :;:\:;:: .: I Catherine Gray.BPWC. Ie

keen on Spanish music: and M, HanselMr.jind I \\t I. "" III SeptemberOf "i p -
his '
Interpretations I
are faultless
and he speaks' Spanish fluently. Mrs.. Harvey T. Kelleyof ; wide social interest throughout i: Plans

so he and Molina found a great Lake Worth are announcing the the Central part of the Stateis
deal in common the announcement being made
o o o engagement and approaching marriage eeting
today of the engagement and ap- .
When the GIPSON HASTINGS of their daughter. Mary Ar-
proaching marriage of Miss Gwen-
returned" the other day' from a denial to Ralph Hollenbeck Han-
dolyn Dorsey Pace, daughter of <
two-weeks n MondayThe
vacation in New Orleans sel wo of Mrs. Ebbie Wesley Han- Mr. and Mrs. Murl E. Pace of Ta-
they were accompanied by
Mrs. Hastings' young nephew sel and the late Mr. Hansel of vares. to Arthur Wayne Hastingsof : meeting of the 0rIeIIet

JIMMY COLLIER, who will be 1717 Kuhl Ave. Howev-In-The-Hills. son of Business and Professional ....
their houseguest for the remainder The wedding will be an eventof 'Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Hastings of erfs Club on Monday at the of Jetmore. Kansas. bfr of Commerce Bid*' atpn. I.
8umm r. In New Orleans .
Aug. 2. at 4 in the First
Mr and Mrs Hastings visited p.m. Miss Pace is a graduate of the will be a membrrsht....
Jimmy's parents. MR and MRS. Presbyterian Church of Orlando A Tavares High School with the ,meeting{ honorin the 14 i ibers new _
with Dr. Lindsay E. McNair -
JOHN B. COLLIER. pastor class of '41. She later graduatedfrom received into the dub ditch(
00 n emeritus will officiate. the University of Kentucky the past month.
LOUISE I MRS. HENRY KIL- Miss Ruth Melbar will be maidof where she was a member of Tau The program! will be In eaatfja
LEN and her attractive daughter- j honor and Paul A. Woodling. Sigma. honorary dance sorority. : of the membership chalrattaa. Mat
brother-in-law of Mr. Hansel will MRS. JERRY ROSS fOur Own S off P 'c c by Barney Borne-
in-law, SARA KILLEN and Alpha Gamma Delta social : Robinv! Mesaarn aces
lunching out at the Country' Club serve as best man. I . is the former Miss Lillian Frances McLeod daughterof tended by members of the immediate: family Mr. and Mrs. sorority in which she held offices tarlotte to make reservations far.

Wednesday. noon . Sara and her Miss Kelley is a graduate of the Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Banner McLeod, whose wedding was McLeod entertained with a reception for 350 guests at the of vice-president and rush chair- by phoning Mi*. Ha* .

husband. LT. JACK KILLEN.!: hare i Orange Memorial Hospital' School j an event of last Tuesday night at the rectory of St. James Orlando Country Club. Mr..Ross and his bride are at presenton man. ? Burton at the (lelausks tIC f
recently returned to the States of Nursing in the class of 45. and : While attending the university teua : d: 'lng say t. .
root .
Catholic Church with the Rt. Rev. John officiating the Carolina ,
at present Is employed as a superYtser Msgr. Bishop a wedding trip to mountains and they will also ,
from Munich and he Is now on i she was active in many campus 11:00: a.m. M..... .". .
terminal leave : at the hospital. Mr. Hanselis Mr. Ross is the son'of the, late Mr. Eddie Ross and the late :visit New Orleans. before returning-to Orlando, where they activities; which included servingas

o n n engaged In the citrus and cattle Mrs. Rary Rock Tinker Following the ceremony, which was at- will make their home.. 1 vice-president of the Student I.JI
Drastic and fantastic . So industry. Government Assn.. president and II Air. Jofrnson
ran be described: our reaction at + secretary of the Student Union
the preview of Pall and Winter Church Plans I I Beard, and treasurer of the Pan-
Brotcbie Plans
fashions. at Yowell-Drew-Ivey Co Group Mrs. Scott's Miss\ August Rush Parties 1 hellenic Assn. During her senior]I Will MarryMiss \ ,

Friday at which employes' modeled Picnic Supper Tuesday \ year she was named the most outstanding -

advance styles to an employe audi of Wedding Held I Wedding to J. L. Ingley' Jr. HighlightWeekend ;, woman student in the? KinardOf
ence. Two of the attractive mannequins The monthly picnic supper 1 i i Student Government Assn. alone
were LEE IfUTTIO and the Covenanter Class and the -

PEOOY OATEWOOO. w artnef'IoMS I Fellowship group of the Fine j' At Church Here 1 Announcement is being made Scminole High School. Sanford, : 1 I seniors.of the She five is now most employed outstanding) as a Interest throughout CIIIIIIRI

which emphasized the Presbyterian Church: will be held today by Mr. and Mrs. George and was a student for 2 1-2 years. social worker with the State Welfare .Florida is the anmmneeagnt he"
headlining fashions of the coming Tuesday evening at the Vergowe at :Florida State University- Talla- ins made today by Mr* fseglta J.
Announcement Is made today of f Earl Broome of Sanford of the This weekend was highlighted bya Board. /
season longer hemlines the Camp in Windermere. Supper will hassee. Mr. Ingley also attended ,: I Kinard of Anthony. Paru d
-figure ." silhouette matching be served at 8:30: p.m. the marriage of Mrs. Alberta l engagement of Mrs. Broome's'I Sanford schools. and graduatedfrom number of rush parties given by Mr. Hastings graduated and attended from engagement! of her .........
Tavares School. :: -
and blending rather than contrasting The speaker for the occasion. Sloan Scott of Spartanburg. S. C.. : daughter. Miss Betty Jack Brot- Sewannee Military Academy. alumnae and active members of High of Kansas until Ann Kinard. of this city tw
the '
colors and shoulders" will be Robert Pleus. and Orlando, to Harley"* Wads- chie. to James LawrenceIngley; : in Sewannee. Tenn. During the three sororities in honor of collegians he was University inducted Into the Arrped R. Johnson also of Orta. ....

not narrow but narrower. Members and their friends desiring Jr. eon of Mr. and Mrs. J. I... Ing-. war he served for two years in the He served pilot in the' The wedding will tabAUl" =
in as a
This up-to-date style news worth of this city. which took I leaving early September Forces. / 12 at 8 p.m. at Ute
transportation are requested ley. also of) Sanford. Army Air Forces. At present he
tomes\ directly from the Amos to notify the church office. place Thursday at 11:30: a.m.. In .I The wedding will be an event is attending Alabama Polytechnic to enter college or are trans. Naval his Air discharge Forces entered and upon the receiving University -- Methodist Church: here. Dr. Jethli

York Parrish in Fashion June at Clinic the Waldorf-As held in New. the little chapel of the First Meth- of late August and plans for the Institute in Auburn. Ala. wherehe fers to other schools. of Florida where hells/ a Branscomb. minister 8 f tha
will be announced later is a member of the Pi Kappa The Pi Beta Phi sorority mem- i church will perform the eara
toria Ballroom which was attended BRUCE. set forth on a Western odist Church. Dr. John' Brans- ceremony i member of the Phi Delta Theta
minister of the church The bride-elect. graduated from Alpha fraternity. bers were hostesses Thursday ata I, mony.
by three representatives from tour. going to the coast via the comb : fraternity. /
The bride-elect.is a trattaat af
Pi Phi Circus at the W. A. Pat-
the In ficiated at the double-ring "Ie '* The wedding will take i place '
store. Daytime hemline are Southern route, and returning I ti&hall Lake Conway at the Anthony High ScheaL Anthony .
going down: evening hemlines are the next five ",weeks via the Northern mony. camp on Tuesday. Sept. 9, at the Methodist -
.. _. .
' Jko: .i moA" and of the Southcrm nanMl
:mm1\.t.M.: :!: : JtJ8!: .b. 1'k. < "' : which rushees enjoyed an eveningof i
going up. for the ankle length formal route. Clark Jr.. by the way.Is I The chaper was decorated with I I Church in Tavares. Complete Orlando flna to
of Commerce.
it exists under the
life Big
will be good this year,:with transferring from the University gladioli against a background of as plans for the ceremony iiyi be announced srsd aUM
unseen hemlines and slight trains of Missouri to Duke Universitythis palms and fern. The program of i Top. The camp was decorated at a later date. f I I employed as secretary
catching the spotlight There will t Fall and will enter the sopho- nuptial music was given by Robert' with multi-colored streamers and ant to Dr. Wilbur Mel Davy MIA
be much hip drapery, full. sweeping more class. I' Tharp. organist.Mrs. I' balloons with refreshment and Churchmen Returns 'I' Dr. Winburn A. ghtaiauai. af t1...

skirts and decollete necklines. 000 Bernard Reese cousin of entertainment booths lining the city. Having been active .tn the
Winter fashions will walls. From Montreal, Nl C. I work of the Florida State tfaMal
have stress We were way behind on news the bride was matron of hol1 rand
Placed upon what fashion designen 'I about W. C. NESBITT. whom we her only attendant. She worea I 1 I Barker Jo Ann Cloud greeted i 1 This week sees the A-eturn of Assistants Assn.. she ativagl s11
call "silhouette symmetry and haven't seen all Summer . A two-piece suit of light weight guests and also Introduced the president of this ortaataaUan. Fri.
I : several members of the First Pres-
color harmony" note from him explains all . gold wool with Navy accessories Ay show. in which members partici Church who/have been a number of years she has ...
o n n I He is back up at the University of and corsage of pink carnations.Best ] I pated. Clowns Colleen Kenney and byterian attending the sessions' of the identified with the Youth i s..

Cars' bearing Florida licenser Florida to attend Summer school. man was Earl Wayman a 'hVE Laura Bass added humor to the Leadership Training School in Young Adult Prograara af fig
plates must be a pretty familiar He also gives us the news that business associate of the bride- evening with Lee Huttig as the First Methodist. Church.
alght to Californians this Summer.I J, HUGH AKERMAN JR. and SID- wild woman" Anne Allen as the Montreal. N. C. / Mr. Johnson graduated frets
for Just from Our Town there has NEY WILKINSON were Initiated groom's.The bride chose two-piece suit I fat lady" and Mary Brinkman. They include Joseph Mackie. director of- Aynor High School. A,.... a. C,

} been a perfect trek of Pacific into PI Kappa Alpha fraternity of gabardine with lizard skin Ann Turner and Betty Abbott of religious/education Church and was a student at Beery .

Coast visitors .Today MR. and July 9 . Also ALVA BROCKof aqua and shoes' and flower hat I Smith in the chorus line. Other the First Presbyterian ., lege. Mt. Berry. Ga. At pI-
MRS. CLARK JENNINGS and Sanford was initiated at that bag a to I[ acts included: one in black face Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pharr Mrs.J. he is general manager of the c-:
from turquoise
shading pale Mrs. AlmaC.
their two soot CLARK JR. and time. Hyde I O'Neal Furniture Co.
,. .. pink. The hat was trimmed with VE a song by Barbara Jean Morgan Dovell. / ..
---- t and a narodv in sons by DorothY AMISS -
her accessories.
'Ij veiling to -
Tegder.: Elizabeth Winn and little .
orchid '
A white corsage completedher
costume.A -1'-h. I Toby Turner.A .
wedding breakfast for the 4 Pioneer Party was given by .
attendants and membersof members of Alpha Delta Pi sorority
wedding :
the immediate families was _, p ? e :. yesterday at Watts Camp
for of rushees. The affair
held immediately following the t' k a group
was in charge of Miss Peggy Tea-
;; ceremony in a private dining room
E-k 2g cf the Hotel Orange Court. i sr}4; gue of Winter Park who is rush

t < ,. Mr .Wadsworth and his bride wxMV; '. chairman. Decorations and enter- -
stn1 tainment carried out the theme "
left on a wedding trip to Cuba
of the party and guests and the 9
and on their return will visit her I
mother Mrs. Mellie T, Sloan in I x s I hostesses wore informal clothes

Spartanburg, S. C. They will make befitting the party's title.
their home at 1239 WoodwardAve. On the committee in charge of
tP f the party were: the Mmes. Robert ,; : i1
Mr. Wadsworth and his bride Reynolds; Ralph Farnham. James

College in Hartsvllle/ S. G, andis Kuykeendall Ed Conovay L. A. { -

.a' graduate of Limestone Col- Murrah M. .1... Bass and Miss

lege in Gaffney S. C. For the Mary Lou Bass.
past two years she has been a'' The R. T. Carleton home on .
member of the teaching staff of I'' Country Club Dr. was the scene S j
Orange County Schools. : of a Southern Party last night j J

Mr. Wadsworth came to Or- I given by members of Chi Omega e
'y sorority. The theme of the party
lando several years ago from
chula. a member of a wau-I, : was taken from the Chi Omega P I
mily in that section. He is the son '' song "Southern Born" and was ,
MISS BETTY JACK entertainment I
in -
carried out costume
of Mrs. I. F. Wadsworth and the I
? late )''Ir..Wadsworth of Wauchula.Mr. . bride-elect of Mr. Ingtey of Sanford., I refreshments and favors. .
-- -- - The sorority members wore costumes -
Wadsworth has been in the I .
I I with the traditional
in keeping -
automobile business here for the '
)?f. ). past 10 years end heads the firm : OAAB ClubsSet I The Carter's LeavingMr. i I dress of Southertf belles. i

of Harley Wadsworth. used cars, I and Mrs. George Carter Guests were served mock mint
at 615 N. Orange Ave. ; I daughters. Anne Carter and Nelle juleps and presented with favors

ll' v He Is a member of the Orlando -' Activities Carter and son Byron Carter are which were nosegays of roses tied .
The Chi'''
Junior Chamber of Commerce ; leaving today for Colo. to be gone with lace and ribbed '
t ; ,'i the Knights of Pythias and the : Activities} .of, the Orlando Army : until the first of Sept. The two Omega colors cardinal: and straw

J. \ t'.Ii', I1. ( .', ,, : DOKK. Air Base Women's Club and of girls will attend the Summer ses- :. were used in the napkins Entertain-, flowers f
table decorations.
, \' : ; ,.. .rJ. :.":l; {." I the Officers' Club OAAB. this sion Boulder.of the University of Coloradoat and ment was in the/form' of a skit
) Birth Announcements II I
l ,: I week will be as follows: -- presented by th* actives.
#' i Mr, and Mrs. John Francis Gordon I TUESDAY . OAAB Women' Club rive an address at the club at 7 P.m. The Chi om.'gas are entertaining -
) x I general meeting> as JO x.ui. tn mainbans. THURSDAY . Women Club Bridge
t.JII. 1524: S. Lake St.. announce 1 I .. Officers' Club Mrs. Cbstleo Club will meet at 13O: p"'". tn mainknmse. today atan all-day party at
.. : the birth of a son. John Francis !i Rcrnheck. .t th. Tropic Charm Officers' Club. At t p Bi. there the W. J. ;hS Steed Camp on Lake A
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> and will : bi-monthlr meeting of Air Reserve ",
School will be west speaker will be
; 'l3ft IV. on July 10 at the Florida d.srnss. m<>&l1na. At S p.mat the Acsn.FRIDAY Wilson: j 1 )....:
../ ., ; Eanitorium. I Officers Club there win bt a stat night . Mind bridtc for members Anothe4' of this series of rush .
1 Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nunes. Rt. WEDNESDAY for members..of.' .Air the club.Reserve Assa will and main guests toucie.from Officers'S p....Club.t. 10:30 p.JIL In 1 parties was the one given by the ;:I

MRS. HARLEY WADSWORTH 1. announce.the birth of a daughter i hold a beach I party -at 3 p.mfollowed I I SATURDAY . Resolar Saturday night j members of Delta Delta Delta I ANN KINARD
Sheryl Anne on July 8 at the by a barbecue at 5: p.m.. at the Officers dance on the Esplanade. Officers Club. I sorority two weeks ago which had J I
. is married Thursday. Club Quest,of honor will be CoL R. T. with Don McEmbers' orchestra playing I "Life On A Ranch." . her betrothal told.C ,
I the
Florida Samtorium. : theme,
Saita. famed fhtht leader who will from s p.m. to 1 a m.


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Mr. Andy Johnson on Delaney tf"q'(7tv Ecc( 1f
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BtMr. and Mrs Roy Farward returned I i :
tateMonftriM, from South I
America. addressed the meeting. t
Mrs E; Rich. Women's Mtsaloearf -
Union president was a '. : OF CALIFORNIA
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>embers pmrnt' were: the I II 1
Xlm**. Phil Eatabrook. John Som- I '|I 1ist
Charles.. Stuart. Sim Cox- II 1 : '
i ; = all occasion wear, . select the sourt crushable.
art Jr Oeorm Stuart, John High I r, kI.
Tom Stuart. C. E. Douglas J, E.
farUn. Myron Ouymon Marrlnfcwf f'' packable Boucle' Souffle by Me dowt nnk+ bi lied.
11, Heart Clclland. E. M. Irey. -.,
J. P CuJp Billy Bush and Mm r"T F
Mollie Jonr a visitor. .4 white. ,platina or-grey interwoven with gold or silver thread.
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rte*""T* Memorial Church on N. ..fl\UIWWV
FemtreraE A feur speaker /
forum explaining the Young Adult "
Aatrmbly. to be held in Tampa on 'MRS. JAMES HAROLD DANIELSON I I|I
Labor Day will constitute the pro- . Is the former Mary Virginia Pritchett, daughter of
.rUIL ooo ond Mrs. J,, E. Pritchett, of Bluefield, W, Va. Her ;
AU twomtnr officer of R.IM-k. Mr. Danielson son of Mrs. J. I I. Danielson, of Muskegon, JWiUlc4rt "
ah L4t N*. IX are requested to was on event of this past week at the Winter Park : )' _
met at Fraternal Hall today ft 3 Church. A reception honoring the couple, who will ; 3 t
pa. for practice Tampa, was held at the home of Mr. and; Mrs. C. Jack I II
o o o I i I -
!1 I Ridgewood Ave Mrs. Danielson has been a I '
Mr. Ciarmanr Orel .( I the
%4.mea's KrMr .f Christian Orange Memorial Hospital. I
**rrtr. .f the first MethodlUCfc ; 1I

-. .at h the will home meet of Monday Mrs Robert at 3pm. ti.nal will be held Monday at 8 '!, the Past President Parlay I: ;:
pjn in Suite B-i of the Professional American Legion Auxiliary I "
Johnson. 30 E. Colonial Dr. . I i
Committee chair-
Other circle are not meeting this Bldg. No. 19 on Thursday at 1:30 I II !I / :
men for the coming year will be .
montiL I . I III i
000. named. and final plans will be It will be a luncheon j I : J
made for attendance at the Inter- II and all past presidents are I -
circle of the Wman'satlnl.nuy
: national Convention to be held in . j,
Itolrtr .f the tintlUBtHt ed Mrs. Hague's home .. _
. Chart will mm in thefoUewint Memphis. Tenn. July 1820.n ( 1523 E. Central Ave. I I
pure on Monday: Cirri O O O O O '
.. 1. Mr. E.; L. Newell, leader The OrlAnd. Pilot Club will' Puritan Sisterhood No. I' : I W is l4ci
with Mrs John Camichoa. 622 E. meet Monday at 6 pjn. at the ; Dames of Malta will hold I'I I \
Central aID aju. . A cold: Chamber of Commerce for a dinner I meeting Monday at 8 pjn. in ( l
lunch will b* served' . Circle t.Mr and business meeting. I hall. 116'i? S. Orange Ave. /5\.j( Ub
*. Julius Newman, leader, with non O O r I
.In. L.. It Burnham. 745 N. Per- The Woman' Missionary Un- The Advisory Council of
crtk at 3 pm. . Circle 3. In. I.n. Ywnr People's Rally and We-r| Young omen's Community \' } ,
B. W. Cookaley leader with Mrs.Uaokaley. kiwa Associational meeting will will meet Tuesday at 10:30 I .
313 Anderson St. at 3'',i take place Tuesday at 10 am'at i','at. the clubhouse. -- ''C'. ....
. circle 4. Mrs. Walter 1 I \ .
pn. the Beulah Baptist Church. .. .J
)Martin leader with Mrs. Martin: o o o ... t' .r-" \
S13 N Brown 81 at 2 pjn. Lucerne Rebekah Lodre No. 36 Birth AmlOIlI1Ce I II J + '. (' .
(leek .. MeL M. C Wrimer. lead- will meet Thursday at 8 p.nu at : i\ J (
er. In the Delaner classroom at 3 the Fraternal Bldg. . Initiation I Mr.and Mrs. Floyd --9" \
1'.11I. . Cirri.. 6. Mr*. R. M. Mar- of new members will ,take place 3, announce the birth"of a MANAGED"P!'i \'" )
tin. leader. m the Euzealean class . All Rebekahs are invited to ter. Patricia Ann on July 9 i -.J :
room at 3 pjn . Cirri* g. Mrs.H. attend the meeting. Florida Sanitorium. I'I ; ,' % \FV''t.
M. Nipper, leader In the Eur 0 Mr.and Mrs. C. C. Martin I. ,' .. .
ee claatrtmm at 10:30 am. . I' Younr Business! women'* CircleI.r Winter Garden, announce : I. \.
U t. Mr*. W, L. Btlmpnon. the first Baptist Church of birth of a daughter Angela I 3 A ri
ldrr. tn th* Alathean claaaroom which Mrs, Robert Lodges is leader \ on July 7 at the Florida \ )
at 3 pm.The will meet Thursday with Mrs. I rium.Mr. I '
000 Walter Martin 213 N. Brown St. and Mrs. William 1 .. 1.1\ l
rrtvlar monthly btulnesa i at p.m. announce the birth of a son. -
meeting of th* Chapter .f the City 000 I Laddie. July 4 at the Florida jl t. "
fteaillfal .f ** *tarW. Inlrrna Mrs. L. C. Hague will hostess to itarium. J : \

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Orlando, Florida, July 13, 1947 ghf frunfog 'rn1tnr1- ''tar Page 19 Miss\ Baker'sEngagement do She Secretarial is now employed Srhool "by)! sue the *F ear....-

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I -.4. Garden. and attended the OrlM-.
Richard LccHas :Talkative ,/Ur.\ Marshall do and KfcMuamee school INr-
ins the he served far I1
Taxes Etiquette; t I''. war
''I. years in the U.S Amy aad -
Is Announced
Party Waiting for the caller to' saygoodby" Will Marry ,. overseas for 19 month He t to act
.. employed by the Southern MMtt
! over the telephone be- Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Baker of'
, On Birthday fore you do is a rule of etiquettethe Miss Raulerson Winter Garden are announcingthe Co. here

impatient person who is engagement of their daughter Highlands H.-acII was ......
: MIa. W 8 Lt* n**it.>nrt >" talked to by a garrulous friend. Mrs. Odessa Raulerson of Holo- Elizabeth to Grady F. Ricketson in operation as a State Pari ...
may fmd hard to observe But if paw, is announcing the engage- I. 1933BARBARA'S.
11eMs1 anirmiin to hi nor .( her you're a stickler for good manners. ment of her daughter. Polly toE son of Mrs. W. M. Rjcketson! and
.... ......... Wtlttwn. U*. .to *eehta you must grit your teeth and wait D. Marshall grandson of Mrs. wwt Fh the late Mr. Ricketson of this
........ .* ........ .MNMarpMtt far the other person's "goodby." Mary Marshall of St. Petersburg. city
.. *.. held at UMUT iMme. no matter how anxious you are to Plans for the wedding have not BEAUTY
The wedding will be an eventof SALON
1_ w. Nr. MMWriUK Ave.11te cut the com'ereation short. been completed.
, *.JM CNMU LMr_ a pre If you want your caller to goaway Miss Raulerson attended Kis- this Summer and plans for the will be announced later.
1 s.- dd HElarh- aad Judy aha. +np with a good impression. simmee Central School, and was 4ea: ceremony The bride-elect graduated from RFC II?:se tat \r1 MRxUewoml n
..IM. .by "" h Alton A eaMrdeYIM yvull also; hate to make your member of the 1947 graduatingclass and **MlM4 N. _
.f area lied yeller was "coodfey a pleasant one no matter from St. Cloud High School. Lakeview High School Winter Opei Ettumcs fcy ApsmM, ..
esnS.. a1.t M ......,..w Mtd. re- how much effort it takes. She is: employed by the Peary Wil- gst Garden and attened the Orlan
There' is another' rule of etiquette ,
heeltlgrata'j1l son Lumber Co. of Holopaw. j jMr.
au.Dduw th* affair' .ta- which is too often violated Marshall served with the __ _, _
e4atliN. Asa ..,...... RtiMeUCM Mr people' proud of their good U.s. Navy during the war. and was -- u
That's the one of leavIng -
*. Dray sad. DMW Road JimMs manner overseas in the European Theaterfor
KMwtUorna. PhutAeMd another person' hanging on the five jears He is now associa- \ 1 .
-d Arab. 0.....,.. VtattMun.ffoll kip'phone to while the you kitchen go' to rummage the door ted with the American Meter Co. \ \
I9tMdt TMMVO' Ixser.ite. of Orlando.
through a file,cabinet or give Jun-
p... BtftuvfflvM Jr Jean floulDV spanking :. i.
.d flea tiaYlf.. ..... Wylw. tr You a cant prevent interruptions ' :.:. : ., <
Irrr Ar.arrlrrE.. Js Casey.HMIIr4elta. like these from taking you away Iiss Oswalt .. :, : .. .,<.. H.

.. CIIuIR 8Ir'd. from the telephone, but you can ; :': :.-.s .,.. .,.. : ...' '
........ ,1alRM OtiM-, Ills! palm ten. your friend that you'll call her Becomes Bride <":: ..'i-a.f:,:<..'u .- .M'S:1;. .....> ,._." .... ..IM1t.\ .:. .-.j
..---e fiaNa Harty CIIMet. back Courtesy requires that you
*115 WrtPI. eraoy loalthtNI tell' her how soon youll call her MISS POLLY RAULERSON MISS ELIZABETH BAKER

.. dad. Ae1Mr. ......... Kip back and that you DO. Of Mr. Gray . becomes bride-elect. . to be wed to Mr. Ricketson.
w.$_ sad Pam Oar. _
I One of the largest consumer
.. ..... JIM aim w tsYadM Hems for magnesium is in the The Grace Baptist Church of you are not paying: your board do anything he doesn't wish to do.
.... Mir Wm Part Utt- making of magnesium griddles. Clermont was the scene of the Summer Guests! with money you have to pay for it What would you advise me to do ThrZ1Uintcr
.. AMraj was the .*ly ..Mtui due to excellent' heat conductivity : recent marriage of Miss Leota with courtesy. under the circumstances? Leave
... aMael the United Claire Oswalt, daughter of Mr. I IGood Therefore don't be a scatterer. home, or remain and fight it out?
and Mrs. W. M. Oswalt, of Cler- Should Use II Don't leave your clothes all over. I have a fine salary, but I throw
: mont to Stanley E Gray son i the place. Put every article where ,most. of it away" ompnnJ!
of Mr and Mrs. Andrew H. Grayof it belongs. Be prompt. It is pretty ANXIOUS TO DO RIGHT THING
Providence R. I. Manners discouraging to hostess to havea I
c a ANSWER I think
: are a
i The vows were taken in a setting I good meal ruined by not you MAHOGANY SPINET
tIlls your case for the Alcoholics Anonymous
of arrangements of floor baskets -
coming to it until has
everything and I to contact it immediately 'I'i
of white gladioli,and asters, This is the time of the year gone flabby and stale. Fall in urge. you There are several- with the
with the Rev. D. T. Moncrief officiating when the Summer visitors are with whatever plan has been made
branches in the in which
I I Mrs. Ed Olivenbaum whose you
abroad in the land seeking for your entertainment and :
pre- live. But neither
: presented the program: of nuptial substance they may devour? so tend you enjoy it whether you do one else can help a man who will
!i music. perhaps it is not amiss to erecta
or not. And don't overstay
your not help himself or reform one
Given in marriage by her father few red lights of warning
i I time. Short visits make long
I who does not desire to be reformed. -
the bride wore a two-piece dress against the depredations they are friends. .
I I of .white suiting material with about to commit. Above all, girls, don't flirt with
1 i white accessories, carrying a cor- The first of these is: Do not your hostess' husband or her son. $52500INCLUDING
!! sage of white roses on a white be a self-invited guest, which Is' That's taboo. That is the unpardonable F. .-WATHLETES
f BIble. the besetting sin of the Summer' sin that no hostess ECOTRINGWORM
Her only attendant and her sis visitor. The telephone the tele- ever forgives in a Summer visitor ter-in-law Mrs. Victor Osyalt, graph, even the humble pen and 14 OTHER SKINIMITATIONS
Noth as [ wore a dress of pastel pink eyelet : ink are still available and any- DEAR MISS DIX: I am a young BENCH
np i pique with white accessoriesand one who desires your presence on man 29 years old. Served four A. AI D.s...SOc.51 ay 7t:

-., i a corsage of white carnations.. .long, hot Summer days will haveno years in the Army. Am unmarried
tl beautiful as I Mr. Gray had as his best man of and live with -
difficulty in apprising you my parents. But --
E i Victor Oswalt. the fact. unfortunately the drink habit is r I !Jall

ff) putt silk shantung I Following was the held ceremony at the home a*reception of- So be very certain that you beginning to fasten itself upon J1fr ) m, .. ...
I me. On several
are ardently desired before you occasions recentlyI ,
the bride's parents, where thebride's begin writing letters in which you have returned home under the i i 7Jt MAGNOLIA V PIANO
-alto atI I table was centered with a rave to the poor devils who are influence of liquor which greatly DIAPER SPA{ UCE.ar

tiered The cake.couple left wedding unfortunate enough to own country t'distresses my father and mother.Of I Reeervattona a Immedat., Dalivary I I , ,
on a
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Mod OHM places, about how beautifulthe i course, my father knows that PHONE 2-3357
i I after which they will
trip reside -
II seashore is now. or how you you cannot force a.man of 29 to
I I at 134 Ivy St. Providence
pine for mountain air, or how you
: ; "- fr R. LEinstein's 1 I are longing to see Mary's dear face
',' ', and the cute little children. ,
I theory of relativity Statistics show
more mur-
I r I holds that light beams. coming .
ders are committed in the do;
from stars are bent as they pass VflNITURI
days than at other time of
near the sun on their way to S
the year but when you think of
I the number of Summer visitor:
j LJfjA I who drop m unexpectedly and uninvited -
( you marvel at the self-
A picture 01 restraint of hosts LOWE A t

i IlK? t If, however you are one of 2jU t
WATCH the uninhibited Summer visitors
who do not consider it necessaryto I
I have a card of admission to
f : other people's tables and liquor I T
can'txaaa.l at least have the decency to do Fs ua
it alone. Don't take your family
1 1I and your friends along with you
to Otaf1 when you make your holdup( ; Of
o wwssra ar s ..raw2YDAYSALE course, it will save you a lot of START WITH LIVING ROOM
money to blow into the Smith'sor
the Jones' bungalow about
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I lunch time with the cheery announcement t
that you are simply PIECES OF QUALITY
I starving and perishing for a drink.
but decency is decency except in i
the Summer time. \
If you are a woman and are' a
I really truly, bona fide, invited ii
guest for Heaven's sake have a i
heart and fetch your own supplies.
I' There is no such pest as the visitor
I who never has a stamp or a sheetof
paper or any powder or paint Step out In style! We have hand- a -s f

j MONDAY-TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY MORNING or lip stick and who uses Up all some living room suites consisting / =
I of her hostess' Chanel No. 5 because -
I she prudently forgot to bring of spring.filled sofas and
any along. But her twin sister is chairs.
i the borrower who sponges on her
hostess for gowns and evening
\ 500 wraps and fancy slippers, which '

I PAIRS OF she Why ruins should without she worry compunction.? They were Save from 10% to 25% -

not hers.
. I Then there are a few other While Our Sale Lasts e I
things that girls may well bear in e.
1.L' I mind if they want to play a return -
BETTER GRADE engagement as a Summer
1 25% OFF on all
guest.I One is to try to give your a
I hostess as little trouble as possible. y

I, Few girls ever consider that. They LAMPS r : -
are thinking of their own pleasure s
I and not counting the cost to oth- MIRRORS -
CASUAL i ers. So bear in mind that when


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Pogt 20 trbt frimtetg i3rntlnrl- stllr Orlando Florida, July 13 1947 R"iJ next SeptemberThe
? Wf.ii ';;: :> tiMlli'P: $:$nN Taylor-Rttssey 1 briti-elen is gr&auftte

I of Orlando Senior Huh Sefeeol *

the class of 44. and heW a acm.

I Lodge Holds S Fx NewlywedsHonor ::6 EngagementMade ''I Base.tarial PGiit.ioD"atbe Ortawto Mg

InstallationOfficers GuestsAt v \ Known I Sgt. Ruawy is a cradottt s tf
: ,r..c8 x9.C Hillsborout Utah 8chMl aid
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin E. Kinneyof served with the AAP m the MTO'

Of athering this city are announcing the for 18 months He ia now etatss-
ed in Orlando.
t I Lucerne Rcbekah Lodge No. 38 The Misses Sarah Lou and engagement and approaching

bud Its July meeting at Fraternal Mary Ellen Jones werehostesses sus x i marriage of her daughter, June Most American worship carry
t A 8 aa Elizabeth Taylor, to M-Sgt. Rich-
more than 40 foreign ftaga far
at which time installation 'i- ,
Hall OrC at a shower at their home on.8. r
ard B. Russey, son of Mr. and ceremonial purpose. besides '-
of officer& for the coming term Mills St. Thursday honoring Mr. -
Mrs. Ross B. Russey of Tampa. dreds of naval pennants ales] __
took place. ----iM and Mrs. Carl Johnson who were < The redding will take place nal flags
Ian May Uyrrs of Sanford district to married July 3 in Folkston. Ga. k eY -- .-
deputy presided and. with ><;
Mrs. Johnson the former Marguerite .
her installinc staff Installed the ,
: Monsolo. is the daughterof
foUowtnt: Mra. Alice Carr as -,' Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Mansolo of
Jioblt Orand; Mrs. Grace Murro Orlando. Mr. Johnson is the son yi The jUusic SOX
U Vice Orand. Mrs. Anna Schob of Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Johnson of
M Jr. rut Noble Grand. Mrs. DeLand. formerly of Orlando.
Ethel ChrUman as Financial Becrtury. i&4f
With the honor guests were-included
: Mrs Inn Williams as Recording -
\ the Rev. and Mrs. J. D.
Secretary and Miss Grace Murray. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bene- 515 PARK AVE., S., WINTER PARK PH. 151

,hrtmpton as Treasurer field and son. Wally; Mr. and Mrs.
I Abo Miss. nb Kerr conductor. I -c 7 W. B. Jones and son. Charles: Mr.
SlUa' Emily Lechner. warden Mrs. d{ and Mrs. J. F. Jones the Misses a..'
Marie Luker musician: Mrs. June ,4 4 f 1# Evelyn Belcher. Joyce Byerley. f; I presents
Williams right supporter to Noble w Juanita Moye. Florence Morrison.
Orand: Mrs., Treasurer Pierson. Barbara Rode. Jean Chapman.1
left supporter to Noble Orand; a a Lavada Baker. Barbara Hicks. Alma I
)In. loa Tlce.' chaplain; Mrs. Mae Jean Ross and Ruby Harold.

Morbatkrr.. right supporter to a 5> "xJd .df1 Also A. B. Godbee Bryan Belcher .- -- - --
Vice Grand, and Mrs., Mae Vallum. ; y Y. p .Y'v.T. William and Edward Thornton.
left supporter to Vice Grand. ,i Beryl and Elvin Godbee. William
Mrs Ruth Bailey, inside guard- Woodling. Robert Chapman and
Ian; Mrs Peal Pike outside ,,nr Ed Herrmann.
guardian: Mrs Montell Brown :
color bearer Mrs Elfreda Walker -
Flattering Pose .

assistant degree captain. . was before her marriage to Mr. Donesky, son of Mr. and 'Improves PictureA . September bride-elect.

'Gifts were presented to Junior Mrs. W. J. Donesky of British Columbia, Canada, Miss Kathryn i beach and a bathing beauty
rag Noble Grand Mrs Anna : Grace Chace daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Case of this offer almost irresistible pic- I .
flchob. to Mrs. Alice Carr. Noble : an seconds before picture is taken. Birth Announcements Combining fine music with fine furniture
The held the Florida Sanitarium ture to camera enthusiasts soyou'd i
at j
'I Orand. and Mrs Grace Murro. city. wedding was recently better brush Then focus eyes away from cam- I''
on posing
vice Grand. U... &:hob was presented i Chapel, after which a reception was held at the home of the tricks before you step up out on the I era. Moisten lips with your tongueto ,' Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pope. 622 Prices start at $187
her Put Noble Grand cer bride's parents'on N. Orange Ave. The'couple left on a wedding sands. give them a lightcatchingsheen. : Raleigh St., announce the birthof I
Uf Kate and jewel and she in turn i a son, born July 5 at the Flor- i
If .
trip to the West Coast, after which they will return to you pose standing up. standas
her officers with gifts. j' ida Sanitarium.Mr. i
presented I,, Orlando to reside. straight as you can. legs close Pose so that breezes blow hair . THERE IS NO INFLATION IN MAGNAVOX PRICK.
After the adjournment of the together hips tucked in. To flat- smoothly back from your face. and Mrs. John H. Harrisonof
meeting refreshments were served ten a tummy and.improve bosom I Otherwise your features may be 504 Florida Ave. are announcing Despite higher material end labor costs, efficient merits) .* -.
I in the banquet hall and. a talk I We the Women Baptist Class Supper line take a deep breath and holdit j obscured in an unbecoming tangleof the arrival of a daughter. lecturing and distribution have kept today's Moa-.... Prices be. ***?
was made by Mrs., Fanny Splnk. shutter is wispy locks.A Cynthia Hope born June 26 at
while clicked. [Thisis : 20co above the pre-war level Contrasted with an m*.t ry-.<...jf*
[Special! to The Sunday Scnt.nel-StarJ especially important if you're the Orange Memorial Hospital. : increase of 50% to 55%. Mognovox offers the gr..t.N v fce totoday's
Shaker of Suds Wise Traveler COCOA-The buffet supper and wearing a bare midriff suit.]. company in Alabama is experimenting The Harrisons have another' radio-phonograph market. You can b.y peer htga.oes e.w
For sitting down shots sit "tall" with converting coal daughter Sherri, who is 4 1-2
Launders Sheers social hour given in honor of the with full confidence that you will enjoy an endnrmg y" . e
chin up and shoulders back. to gas underground to avoid the ,years old. Mrs. Harrison is the
Ever think of laundering your Plans Stays tist young Church people by of the the Gleaners First Class Bap- Don't stare or squifinto the cost of mining and handling solid former. Gladys Grimes of Orlan- I' lasting investment in gracious living.
i i lens. Shut your eyes for feet coal.
sheer hosiery in a cocktail shaker? I. held Tuesday night. July 8. in the a ; co.
That's a new trick of glamor girls Community Woman's Club rooms
for protecting cobweb sheer stockIngs I Home Rest
UT'f. I was attended by more than 60 .
from the snags which often members and guests of the two GIVEN AWAY!
come from handling through the I By departments. k

wash "I've got an Idea for a wonderful +I Supper was served buffet style
Your stockings mill also be
vacation." says a travelwise ,, following which a social hour was
In a fruit Jar filled with
gentle suds. .Capped tight the jar I friend. "With road maps and | enjoyed. Mrs. W. B. Spell plan- i 40 BENDIX
ned the and contests which
r\n be manipulated! like a cocktail' travel sections torn out of news-* Enter Now AUTOMATIC
fnaker. I INew closed the- evening.
I papers I'm going to plan a crasscountry \,
the market for
on stocking
trip taking in all the
protection are plastic shakers InI I the morning to get all my belongingsinto I
lights along
way. ,
'which socks be : suitcases that seem to shrink
can coddled
the wash. Teammate In 'I i "The plan will call for stop-offs t in capacity day of travel.
through every
to see old friends I keep in
protection a fan-shaped with only with Christmas cards. i PLANNING'\ IS FUN
plastic stocking dryer. Hose tops i!1 I :
slide between smooth plastic "I'm going to get the whole trip wont have to eat disappointing :
planned-right down to everynight's meals in crowded restaurantsor
prongs toplacaree. held firmly andsafely I stop-over. Ill even get my i'' go from hotel to hotel trying to

vacation wardrobe in shape. find a place to sleep."I .
I I "Then when I've planned and) won't have to try to convinceold
t shopped and worked the whole'' friends they haven't changed
thing out I'm going to stay home a bit or answer the impossible demand FIRST PRIZE: BENDIX PLUS
,)I and have a real vacation. \ : 'Now tell me all about yourself f
"That way 111 get the fun of: : I won't have to rack my
planning and confiding my plans: brains to be helpful when the
to friends when the talk as it in- 'Whatever became of so-and-so?'
evitably does this season of the'' outline begins. r
year turns to vacations. "Yes. I'll have a swell vacation. ,
Smart Clothes "But I won't have to wear my- 111 plan a long trip because plan-
self ragged actually making the ning a trip is one of the most exciting
\ forChildren trip. I won't\ have to get up at things in the world. But
\- daybreak to get an early start, taking a trip is hard work. So I
hoping to get in a lot of mileage Just won't bother with that detail
before the lazy bones who don't this year. I'm calling my plan
1 IS W. Waahlnejtoa St. I get started until 10 o'clock are t'taking a vacation from vacation'
out cluttering the highways. j and it ought to be Just very rest-
j "I won't have to struggle every iful. t? v

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Orlando, Florida, July 13, 1947 lrIJt( &unbag &tnttntl-etar Page .211 DesignersTo for Bl1d about ef/J11Jzal. '7tJ1lida 'Peach DessertIs

Cheerful The Saf fersTo Present Easily

Gaiety IsAn Celebrate Fall FashionsNEW wcmr[ I i Prepared

YORK rAP The greatest By KITTY HENRY, Society Editor A delicious Summer dessert.
Asset AnniversaryWhile fashion furore since the dawn of Peach Whip, is easily made freeS

the hobble skirt Is about to break VESTA TOMLINSON of Winter Park left this week for Scotia, fresh which new IB
Th pleasant anile that lights some of their comtempo- 1IRS. peaches are
up an office, infect. other people over a bewitched and bewildered i N. Y., to attend the wedding of her daughter pretty brunette season.

wins r..an. Inspires confidenceand II jraries I sit at home to watch the America as New York designers'' Margaret White [Peggy Tomlinson. to Walter Ernest Burns whichis PEACH \\HIP
makes you feel better is a world to by on a 50th wedding prepare to unveil to the nation's I ''Bern .>
matt outlay for these big returns. : anni Trsary. Mr. and Mrs. I*. B. press tomorrow a series of new to take place I I i t .neeiope Diain nneei. gettrlflavored
Only one-third u many musclesare Fall silhouettes calculated to today at 4 pm. j. .satin. CiBBS* a a d
311 E. Robinson Ave -.
Saffer. plan U ew cold ester dGIft.
used to put a smile on a face knock the family budget for a in an Impressive N 1 rap: .......
as to put oa a frown. If smiling to reverse the procedure.: loop.The ceremony at St. 3 .. ',-Cu: Death rr.P, piaclMi .
etches tines they will be pleasantones They will leave tonight by train general idea of the new Fall Andrew's Episcopal drained teaspoon from Mil can 1 lml IchlMpaM. biotai
that will add charm to your for Central Illinois to visit with clothes frankly discussed by. Church. I 2 CM white
lace u you crow' older manufacturers is to make it nec- : Soften gelatine in cold ,imier.Dissolve .
There are smiles and smiles. relatives and former townspeopleat essary for every woman in the Peggy was for <:t in hot syrup. Add **..
But the really Infectious smile Urbana. Champaign and Dan- country to toss out her current many years a I spices mashed peaches and tenea
stems from a wellspring of cheer vine. wardrobe and start again from popular memberof juice Cool, and when mixture be-

fulness. They will observe their golden scratch. That they explain is the Winter 4 ,. o gins to thicken beat until frs& V.
Cheerfulness is a habit you can wedding anniversary July 21.while the reason for fashion anyway. .Park younger set. Fold in stiffly beaten egg wt..WS.i .
cultivate says radio sinter Dinah they are aboard the SS North Department store managers and having graduated 'n i: Turn into mold that 11M 1MIIa
Shore by learninc to look for the buyers who should be delighted at f
from Winter rinsed with cold water. CIW
America cruise of the Great
on a .
good instead of the bad. for the the prospect of an unprecedentedrush
Lakes.Mr < Park High School When firm, unmold and asses'
of Fall trade seem dubious
pleasant instead of the unpleasant
in people and situations. and Mrs. Saffer plan to return however and are tempering their f and Rollins Col with whipped cream if desired.
When a cheerful outlook Is to Orlando about Aug. 1. enthusiasm with large doses of I lege. Her wed- '

adopted she says, tt becomes an caution. ;t I ding. scheduled 'i The Big Inch and Little laefc
expression of your daily life. Such makes people prefer to be with The manufacturers and retailers i to be an out- pipelines are scheduled to deliver
an attitude not only builds up you than with the sourpuss who have no real cause for worry standing event I I 150 billion cubic feet of natural -
aomethlnc posture within you but would rather grouse than grin. however. All they need do to calm will be followed gas annually to the Ea t.
their fears is to look back over the I l',I y
by a large reception >
styles of the past to see what
-Our On Staff Photo Barnes.
at the Vet-
women will wear in the name of
MR AND MRS, L B SAFFER fashion. There were the hoop I eran's Memorial s I NOW

j AT THE . wed fifty years skirts of the '80s, the bustles of Hall. Scotia
1k the 90s. the hobble skirt of 1912 r> r> o

.WALKOVER SHOP IIIIIII Mrs. Odessa M. Motes Cannon-Mills Port and silhouette the flat-chested of the flapper hipbeltedsack era. A N ATTRACtive bridge- / 9 10c and 20c

All these
things women bought
I Formerly half owner of the Silver .. '
Beauty Shop at 21 W Pme and wore despite the enraged party was the Gets Group's Okay I howls of their men folk. The one Thursday at d
Has Now Opened a New Shop I T x
howls this year are going to be which Mrs. O L.
FOR 10 DAYS ONLY I at Her :Tome Announcement from the Aircraft I louder because pop has been lulled 'Taylor was Chalk Line DDT
: I 206Va E. Church St. Owners and Pilots Assn. said !r into a sense of false security by hostess at her

yesterday that Cannon-Mills: AIr- i. five years of static styles during home on 'E. MARGARET WHITE TOMLINSONChurch
which mom could wear last year's Crayon
(Soft Ends July 19th] port here is included among 443 .. dress and look wonderful. I St. En- . to be wed in the North.
I out of 5,000 civilian airports In I Crux of the Fall fashion battle joying the affair
II Open Monday EveningsWARREN'S
I North America listed by the asso- lies in hiplines and hemlines. The were the Mmes. R. M. Brice C. C. Ratcliff. J. W. Bell George Shu- Get RId of Ants and Insect

20% DISCOUNT I Ioj ciation meeting its code of former bulge the latter drop. man, W. G, Bell Leon Kazanzas, Jack Preston. M. C. Lusk. W. R.
safety, service as. and courtesy. Once again it's going to be fashionable I Groman, H B. Macklin, Cynthia Radcliffe and B. A. Gibson. . Teen
for a lady to have hips as I agers of Orlando and surrounding communities will be entertained ata AU Stores
Winter Park Phone 68 It said that the continuing sur- I well as a well-defined bust, just : skating party a half-hour variety program and dance Wednesday :,
i I f was started 14 months by so the waistline between these two'
vey ago
Ii starting at 7-30: pjn, by the City Recreation Dept. Indoor games will
II i pilots and aircraft owners having regions is as small as corseting can also be enjoyed at this gala affair, to be held at the Coliseum and all National Products Co.
I to observe at first hand make it. i i
parents of the teen-agers are invited to attend this first in a series of t
The girls with knobby knees
conditions at airports. which affect Orlando FlaI .
: QUALITY TOYS( the citizen-aviatar who flies on get a break this year. too. because social gatherings for the younger set.
J they don't have to show 'em anymore | n'o, nlIRS |
qii i business or pleasure. " " " " ,...,..,.
i I and Rov* Skirts are growing longer i i ROBERTSON PAGE daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester C. j i I" ,
by the hour and complaining i ,
TOYLAND Flags over most Government males may as well get used to it. I of this city, will take an active part in the celebrations' ,
I buildings have to be replaced As always, the most radical silhouette -, of the Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority's Golden Jubilee convention in ,, I,
II II I 'every six weeks be ause of excessive changes are in the highi i i Williamsburg. Va., today through Friday. Mrs. Page, who is executive I'" ,
I wear from wiyd and rain. style and high-priced collections. secretary: of the national education sorority. will have charge of the ,, ,,
I ; I These are the clothes that cause memorial services today at the convention, which will usher in the : ,
ON OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF WOMEN'SAll I women to gasp when they first'! 50th year since the founding of sorority at Farmville. Va. I' ,,
see them but after they have been I I' ,
copied in toned-down $14.95 ver- I ,
I sions. the same women rush to buy GRIMES HAS returned from an extended trip in the Weat- ,

White. Ton end White I them. i i EUNICE States and reports a wonderful month's tour which'included :, ,, ,,

Black and White 1 Some of the gasps that may be i I Colorado Springs. Rock Springs, Utah and CalifornIa. She ,
expected this Fall will be for the ,
1I spent a day with Mrs. Marlin Lund the former Gail Robinson of this

I I j i G0l90 following Accentuated items: hiplines: These I city, in Salt Lake City and was pleased to see snow falling there. . : INNERSPRINGMATTRESSES :

vary from frankly padded hips to : Jean Yothers who is vacationing at Colorado Springs, also reports : :

? i! those which achieve the new >I having seen snow there. . Mrs Irma L. Rogers, who has been em- i BOX SPRINGS i
WHY W* need the room for expected Fall iI rounded look through inner ruf- I ployed in Washington D. C..for the past year, is spending her vacationat ,
I fles of crinoline or through skillful the home of her mother Mrs. Linnie Lewter, 811 N. Orange Ave. :: HOLLYWOOD BEDS :
drapery. Some designers use
OYWStocked o o n1'IRS
shipments due la soon We are due to
huge flaring pocket flaps for the I i : MANUFACTURED TO YOVR :
RCA VICTOR ALBUMS S C. STARK left yesterday to return to her home in Atlanta ,
I bulky hip effect others put puffed \ f INDIVIDUAL ORDCR
the lat.
I delivery el Summer shoe ;: pouch pockets over the hipbones. .. after a visit here with her parents, Col and Mrs. Courtlandt I : AT FACTORY PRICKS j

: COMPLETE OPERAS Still others wrap yards of sash or ,t Johnson of Henkel Cir. Winter Park, Mrs Stark is the former Judyl I! !. ttreu Recovatlnf A ids- '
I drapery around the hips and wind i|l Johnson. . Mr. and Mrs Charles H. Brokaw have returned from a I : Anrvhere In Central ....... ,,

I it up with a huge bustle bow. month's vacation at Daytona Beach. . Mrs. Dinorah Atkinson has J "Call t. Today- I
Can YOU Be Fitted The chance are : FAUST Dropping hemlines: You may returned from Washington. D. C. and Ohio. . Mr. and Mrs. JamesG. i Sleep Better 'I'.1at"' :
wear your skirts as long as I
Composed Gounod you ,' Willox Jr. have taken an apartment at the corner of Mariposa Stand .
II like this
Fall and be in style just I : :
very good that yea eon a* yon" hare our entire : Conducted by Henri Busser so you don't raise the hemline Eola Dr. . Mr. and Mrs. Henry N. Balch Jr have moved from ECHOLS BEDDING. CO.
above mid-calf.: Knees must be the Highland Lake Apts. to their newly purchased home on Lake j On Saaford 8'. ,. Ju hIItIa.. i
regular! stock SUMMER SHOES to cheese from. ; VoL 1 & 2 -Album Dm C 102 covered Street clothes may be. Jennie Jewel. . Vacationing at the Tatem Surf Club Miami Beach Ute taderpaai ,

I merely mid-calf but dressier garments -I I, are Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cof f man and their house guest Mary Congle- : rboae Winter Park asa-N :
Brown.Red. shoes Included
IB leek. Blue NOT j
or are I P. O. Box fir OrtauU. FU.
LA BOHEME hover near the ankles. Thisdoesn't ton. of New Philadelphia. Ohio. I __....__..__.._....._...ez
mean just dinner dresses
to thl..al.t3] \ \ Composed by Puccini but also the afternoon frocks
women wear for bridge parties and
: Conducted by Umberto Berrettoni such. Some cocktail and dinner

i''I VoL 1 & 2 Album Dm C 107 dresses have hemlines dropped in
PRICES? back shorter In front. Others
Just deduct 20% from regular I employ the petal hemline to break
: AIDA the news of long skirts gently. I
i I Full skirts: Many Fall dresses
Composed by Verdi have skirts which are completely
i circular with several yards of fab-
I Conducted by Carlo Sabajno ric around the bottom. Practicallyall OR ANY OTHER COLOR
1 Vol. 1 & 2 Album Dm 54 skirts are flared except in the .a '
$14.95 Shoes NOW $11.95 case of the slim skirt which gainsits
I I I new look through separate dra-
OTELLO pery panniers or such. A favor-
$12.95 Shoes NOW $10.35 Verdi ite silhouette for Fall is the flared :r- .
I i Composed by skirt with fullness concentrated in

s; Conducted by Carlo SabajnoVoL back to give a fantail effect. Thisis p d _
l' $ 8.95 Shoes NOW $ 7.15 seen both 'in rustling taffeta i .; t h.
I II 1 & 2 Album M 152EVERYTHING afternoon dresses and in suits. ?

Wasp waists: The more extreme -
I styles for Fall come

HwlrtUJ. b Jut ... ityl. I j equipped with an inner corselet
Ii belt to draw the waistline to the
i smallest possible dimensions.
These are used on dresses and suit
tarl*.4 art kUm.Mdlaas i I I skirts alike. Other skirts have

..aMw I j wide lastex belts in handsome fab- .

...... la 9mt. *r / rics to achieve the same effect In

lies, year rfofe .( / I FINE the accentuated open. Rounded bustlines also hiplines lend and the

e.ee ec ,..... tees IN THE MUSIC LINE illusion of a smaller waist.

sad keels. In aQalto i ail h .
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consists of 1,318 acres. sYpy.4

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$4.95 GROUP I rrN:: wt hlowtY SHARKSKIN 98c

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i I pink yellow, blue and WHITE
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'I I! ) $1.50
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loge21 trItr !' mba gI s.rntlnr1-'tnr ,Orlando, Florida, July 13, 1947 J'Carpenters Return [ Boat ExportOpportunity

I junior Bar Governors ., I

i From West CoastHome Seen Opening

Adopt Three Projects from a 9,646-mile automobile trip to the West Increasing export trades i.....

Coast during which he attended the Rotary International I ing up for Pine Castle Boat CIa-

I i Three project* were agreed upon at Angebilt Hotel Convention in San Francisco Benjamin A. Carpenter West I structionCo.. with pleads .ta Ttttkv

t ,"ntercUtbY officers and governors of the Junior Bar Orange citrus grower and treasurer of the Orange County I vile and Pine Castle fetters .InsiB-
Section Florida State Bar Assn., meeting for the first time I Chamber of Commerce, spoke enthusiastically yesterday_ 'I cated yesterday

V efnce they took office July 1. 01 his experiences.Several : :: : y "As Meats for many t5
..&. I county residents made ; companies, we have to mtmt the
i n rv are'UlsirUsn the trip to San Francisco to help 'Pvt. Drury Ends Course purchase of a mater lunafli tar
probably by action rice president Wallace W. Joplini. our work. and also to be
: uaad far
Mate hpr..... Court of 1<. elect S. Kendrick Guernsey of Pvt Frank Norman Drury, son ,
at ta*
Lake City, secretary: CharlesJ I Jacksonville president of Rotary I leisure wrote Paul Rats aat flat
I Ute rfcartd* bar by nQ\ rtnr all Schuh Jr.. Clearwater: J. International but of Airs Bena Swinden 1751 Kuhl from Aden. Bridals AraMa.
only Carpenter .
)..**" ta ..namo members of the Emory Cross Gainesville: William and his wife took the occasion : Ave, has just completed a six- .\\'e have keen In the 1 ir...c
aaMOtattm. wttb the idea of pro- I Borin" Vero Beach: Billy. Toma- I for an extended tour of the West week course at Fort Benning, Ga. magazine an advertWrneiH for
etltlaaa.Arthati.n ttftini. ptaf....lOal.\andar41 t and ,i **lio, Bartow; David V. Kerns. :f I w They were away two months. "entitling: him to wear the insig- your Correct' Craft .Hh an Yluslration .
Tampa; James E. Hunt. Fort I of your model X* test
., a Uwjrra title |Lauderdale. k I' .. fc Interviewed at his home on nia of U.S Army Airborne Troops. long, which .e think .o.M M.

tarat fan, te Insure till T. T. Turnbull. TallahaSsee Is Ii S6k a '" : Turkey Lake Carpenter said He made seven parachute jumps, : swer our uirrmente prfe*
ptnl.ata tveoedl kjr lawyers entitle the highlight of the tour was at "
treasurer, and other' governors are one night. I ly.
Rol pt.pettr *. P K. Yonge. Pensacola: Charles .g aye a seven-day small boat trip From L4 oon. Portugal and Tal-
which he took down the Colo-
tl..ue.s. of a State-wide public I H SpiU. Tallahassee; J. B. Hodes. Natural pas can be convertedto : dMa Chile. came letters *ayUat
6lbraa4aoit committee. Intended ,Lake City: Wayne I{. Ramsay Jr.. Yd'o. rado River through Grand Canyon chemicals for solvents, anti- the firms wrttinc would Idle to
W .Mphaafa. UM need for and Jacksonville: Robert M. Curtis. .crb. "LKi while Mrs. Carpenter wait- I 1|freeze, plastics, rayon fertilizer, act as import agents for the company -
&I1M of lecal terrier a* well as local*; James T. Nelson. Daytona ed for him at the hotel. and other products. in their respective countrle4.c .
"It of those _. _. ..
was one trips you
I --
ta taferm the public retarding any > Beach: Ollvar Folmar Miami; .. --- -
are glad to have taken but which
Pfepmtd eHaiue- coroUtutionalr John Pinkerton. Sarasota; Charles '
tutelary lax.T' 8. Isler Jr. Panama City. signed on application for membership cover- ;you vow" you will never take
t officer and members of !THE 100.000TH MEMBER of the Florida again. he said. "We were wet

the board of rovernors mere here The National Geographic Society Blue Cross Plan was enrolled when Russell L 1 ing his family. Mr. and Mrs. Mingle are the most of the time from the spray +1 listen All
for UM meeting c. Clyde Atkins.It estimates that Java and the proud parents of 11 children whose ages range and at night we slept in sleeping T
:tan. prcttdent John W. Rowe, adjacent island of Madeora contain j Mingle [seated], Western Union employe, i from seven to 26. I bags beside the river. ( :
Cteervater. formerly of Orlando. nearly 50 million people. I "I had to arrange in advance YouNewBabies
.. --- -- .- j j I for the trip because the man who
{i I operates the boat can make only i
OlHa c. "alrehJJ4WJtoD Weather Center Once Secret Document Reveals 'four trips a year during a short

Eo Bray period in the Spring!: when the
L JL RyInd CosB. I river is swollen by rain and melt-

u,.' Frank Boequtst CardDerLeRq II I'Move Here 'Mistake of Japs at Midway ing Another snow* memorable boat trip

Eyed By RUTH COWAN which Carpenter took this time

-. FAIJHILD WASHINGTON [AP] A heretofore secret document i accompanied by his wife was an

Orlando as wellas' Jacksonville released yesterday by the Navy shows that the Japanese I overnight voyage in a 45-foot boat A Am I t..cut I llit sot loots taw bar4
: up the Snake River which forms l j. way that air tonaor. gala' sky sore.
\ will be considered for selection of : made three major mistakes in planning their June 1942 part of the line between Idaho taw roBtle protection. of l.TC+BO.
-. ,', .-.....- / a new location for the U.S. Weather -! attack on Midway Island-an attack which ended disastrously -' and Oregon. The trip took them Irritating:aOL to 'help.1'11I.rr, prtckly aghast heat,plaf papa i.

I Bureau's District Forecast Cen ; for them. .> j I into Hell's Canyon for whose S 1Elt pp p chafe skis ..ritaU.extonaUy... ..m.o4 ...-, ...

-- I I ter to be moved from Miami. F. '! A report on the battle-which plained to reporters implicationsof residents the river affords the only gtG S1 p p1ES A real trisad ..... Won .....c.C.1Ih..oft
j contact with the outside world. .
W. Reichelderf. Washington | the Navy described as "perhapsthe the Japs' report. 01 ..4 slae a... a, at _..p.wd.r... std
"The boat carries mail and eltst' .rJ'
What do they do head of the bureau said in a telegram -i decisive battle" of the war- He declined to say just when supplies up the river on each atll tfaStao5.yco: Adhorunatty; s.oo t,_...,.. esac_I..tat.a."r.. u ...-....
the American Navy learned of the I ,.... ..
received here yesterday. was !submitted to the Japanese trip. Carpenter said. sf111os t bl'1a&'iA1' coeUag, c..t" post.
gelpt .
I For the (center which warns I Government by Adm. Nagumo. Japanese plans against Midway.But Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter left g0 gOL yicYlr qe tt tio.
on a Summer's Night of storms a more protected location I commanderinchief of the Japanese it is generally known that : here April 24 and, followed a std't pas aUcom os i atom talle. ,.a 1'01 tip LTCO fro_ "-.'aO.foL.,Powdorcgala
Is southt. I the American Navy had broken southern route to the West Coast et ttggt lL from bit Druggist 10'''.)'. aad yon,
Wire first air fleet. that took them Texas glra too. wall aurf'l. ChicC che.r.. Man".
and radio facilities serving i through
the Japanese code. It had a clear I
at SANLANDO ? : the entire State will be importantin He made three bad guesses: idea both of the make-up of the I Inhere they stopped to, view the lotgtclotga' _ct.4 by Taal's D.I' C'i. Salapa.
making the choice and qualified 1. He thought that "the enemy Japanese armada which came out | damage done in the Texas City eta
I persons in Orlando said lacks the will to fight of the Inland Sea on May 27 and 'disaster, and New Mexico where
those of this city are unexcelled. 2. He said "It is not believed its objective.On I Carpenter looked up a hunting 0 : 0 0
EVENING HOURS ARE THE MOST DELIGHTFUL that the enemy has any powerful the other hand the report friend of his youth.
Eclipses of the sun are Impor- unit with carriers as its nucleus. shows that Japanese intelligence I, The Colorado River boat trip
tant because they make visible in the vicinity. was so bad-even on activities of i was made on their way West .- -0
SPRINGS. ROMANTIC AND JOYFUL various 'sun features which can r 3. He was sure that The ene- their own forces-that Adm. Good I j through Arizona.
not ordinarily be seen because of my is not aware of our plans." with a chuckle said: i I After the Rotary convention .
RECREATION IS COMPLETE, WITH the glaring light. I He found out differently.A "I ajmost} felt sorry for that Jap i] which lasted from June 8 to 13.
SWIMMING IN THE COOLING WATERSOR United States fleet-includ-I commander-in-chief. Either to |the Carpenters drove to Crater 1
log the carriers Enterprise. Hornet National Park In and
Lake Oregon
"save face" or as a diversion tactic : '
CAMERA SUPPLIES and Yorktown-was awaiting or because they didnt know it ; then over to the Snake River I
! I LOLLING ON THE WHITE-SAND BEACH, the superior Jap force,which they sent orders to carriers alrea- I "Except for a cup-mile stretch. Introducing ''
Phone 21743Helm's was built around seven aircraft the road around Crater Lake
I carriers. I Adm. Nagumo had the unenviable I was blocked by snow, Carpenter
Camera 1 NEW
RAYS. Shop Rear Adm. Roscoe F. Good who I job of explaining to his said.
was assistant operations officer at i From Snake River. Mr. and Mrs.
1825 Drive superiors the loss of four big carriers '
SUGGESTION FOR A PERFECT EVENING I Edgewater I Fleet Adm. Nimitz's headquarters and a heavy cruiser the retirement : Carpenter drove north into Canada I .1
: at Pearl Harbor at the time ex- !I i of one of the most to visit Jasper Lake Louise I l A/J 'I
I' and Banff site of the famous
Take her out for a swim followed by one of powerful armadas ever assembledand i Banff Hotel situated amid moun-

Julian Hornby's dalicieua dlnnara ct the Club I' Roomfor, HAPPYLAND STUDIO Midway.abandonment He said of: the attackon 'tain scenery that rivals 1' .
heuM. Then a done on the Tarrazo OraL an- IB mid om. lOt NORTH HYER ST. IV COLONIALTOWV. Tel. "\\e had practically no Intel. : land's Alps. Switzer'I'I 7 "
For Health. Grace sad Beauty-Try Dancing 2-0428 I "It Is difficult to '
othar swim and mora dancing. Sha'll lora it. met daISes ligence concerning the enemy.
Summrr Ratr Now Eff..tt.-F..n' Now
b utiful. Lake Louise :
the more
knew to the end whereor '
'" 'G.I-.: e never how many carriers there with its five glaciers coming downto THE ONLY CREAM WAFER FACE MAXE-UP1

SAN LANDO SPRINGS IS ONLY 12 MILES AWAY. were. In other words we participated the water's" edge or the view
in this operation with : from Banff, Carpenter said.
SANLANDO OFFERS FLORIDA'S FINEST K meager training and without ', "They surpass anything else we
saw on the trip"Planted
SWIMMING. knowing the enemy. :
The Japanese lost heavily in experienced
SANLANDO IS BEAUTIFUL, SATISFYING pilots in the battle of dends. pines pay good "divi 4L-
Coral Sea early in May. Adm. Na-
gumo said that of those he had
at Midway "practically no one ABC ;

t got beyond basic training.
f "Inexperienced fliers barely got
to the point where they could New Accounts and Future I
make daytime landings on car Reservations Are Solicited I
riers. It was found that even some Telephone 2-1177 r
of the more seasoned fliers had ORLANDO WINTER PARS
lost some of their skill. I s"
t He relates that during the middle
I of May mock torpedo attacks

Announcing OpeningWED. II were staged. "The records during flEAR EVEH M
these tests were so disappointing ,
that some were moved to comment -
I JULY :I: that it was a mystery how JOISY PLACESNaw I not a cake! t; ti .
16th I
i men with such poor ability could
I have obtained such brilliant results nondrying! i ,
: at Coral Sea. AIMn-Ona Sonotona '

,DRIVE-IN CLEANERS M Furthermore for carrying there was out no joint opportunity Hushes Noise-You Relax I needs no water! :"

training, which "of course made This newest Sonotone !. the r
310 S. Orange Blossom Trail impossible any co-ordinated action ONLY all-in-one Instrumentwith i
between Bl-Focal Control. Great
contact units.
VCMQS units and attack units." i I comfort through a noisy-dayl The first fashion make-up for the fact!
The Japs had to give up hope of .
toi 2 Day Cleaning Service f j
i ri nrmi satisfactory night attacks. : OF ORLANDO And we have it! Changes from firm wafer to cHIIHte

The American naval commandwas .
iI I I Alterations-Laundry aware of the importance of 611 METCALF BLDG. cream.fluff-makes everything eke ofd. fsMienaN.

the impending attack on Midway."If Just stroke it onl I IM'ELROY'S .
r the Japs had won at Midway, I PHONE 2-2101 L7S lMr ba .
they would have been in a posI-
? #J1. I Your patronage will be highly appreciated tion to command the Aleutiansand
Hawaii, and the war could
i t'a' have said Adm.been Good.prolonged 20 years" 'I G. F. COOPER-Consultant i iI i

i Adm. Good disclosed an unrevealed -
I episode which occurred before -
the battle of Midway. I

Are You a Potential or ChronicALCOHOLIC l Highlands Hammock State Park t

LY consists of 3,800 acres.

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If *o. the following, ere ten coed reasons why yo. should FJNNEGAK SAYS NOT t
Lester .rrange for treatment. ot the WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL I TO
Spinets' # 1. H If tile only hospital in this start that b derortd. exclusively for !.-
:2 1 treatment. et your condition. THAT
BOUDOIR. tat',.. ,
1> Your condition b today regarded. .* definite disease that requirespoclal I I I II LAMP WILL HAVE
'SI""l' skill by those who, hove naiored in tIM study of the .._.... II I
S. The WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL operate. with scientific procedure I
maintaining the diagnostic facilities that are nactuary in determin I NEXT TRIPSS
ing your east condition. ;.

4. It la hospital l that hi a complete. departure from any form af ,
hazardous treetment during your ...conlY.I v
A grand piano b not mtrtl/ "shop.At .
(. Yen odmit yourself into the WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL to bo discharged .
least it ml In the letter Grand I upon your ... request at any t_..
Piano Appearance, inbuilt quality, too, AUowanre a. From tha. time yew cos Is accepted anti you ara ready t. 'laav forBETTER
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lovdv votuma. action and long-Ufa.. era Old Piano 7. Intelligent persons with your condition. seeking. hospitalization
rather than amharrasa others with, their ........._. i i e
bit o f.w of the many bosk rtqvira .
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mants. To build Grand to avoid tha. development ot chronic drinking is ,
Piano ,
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that cannot afford to sacrifice.
gtntrations; of piano craftsmen why got looo than tho bat ji
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at all timoo in .11.Iaces.
....s8 years of vnSnterrvpled e.per > your recovery. Clear. noiMln*,.atrain-
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enc. in the art of fine piano bvitdingj \ Tho WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL Is your hospital maintained. ; fa* ono w>*..lo tiny unit i* oil you
t.... treatment of your condition only. D. not bo apprehensive.. wear Bo sun with ...It_ . I
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hospital can give; you. In tb. _jont, .f instances such conditions aid the hearing aid;
A-.I odOrement..theLester Grand Piano. as yours can bo corrected with, only" one week' of hositolaarion. CHOSEN ABOVE AU
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,''Orlando, Florida, July 13, 1947 trIrr 'uttbny 'ttttttttl-! 'tnl' Page 23 Georgia Game > INGRAM & INGRAM
Ready Survey !
"l. ...:..". .",,.... . .
M..':' ".".;:.. ; Group Bolsters 5Kunen" MEAD'S !

Of Lost Continent Area NifhU, Sndays. H.rda MM
I 8 Patrol ForceATLANTA i 1(1 N Oraift At ...... NN -

NEW YORK f RIP] Eight scientists I will sail away from nA. [UP] The State

a* gMlern port Tuesday on an expedition to chart a section Wildlife Division will bolster its

01 the Mt4-Atlaatk ridge-an underground mountain range shoreline patrol from Savannah to \'sit BEAUTIFUL

in the *lumty of the legendary lost continent of Atlantis. St. Mary's next week by adding CYPRESS

While the scientists insist_ their expedition. is not afar two new speedboats and an air-

aee911t MM .Uftent.. they 4IMC plane,

IMf .hh. entente that mar r .f u'n cgs. M the legend cay. F' pe1I Aal Wildlife Chief Charles X Elliott GARDENSNEAR

JII""e"" dslaMeIy Oit Atlantic U ',, the earth chanced Its crust and i announced yesterday the BOK TOWER

p-. .s..... .r reeve anew the !i I Atlantis was swallowed by the I new those sea already and In air service(craft on with the

flii ti flint r*- fr rrnturic !I rean.Th water, would be equipped with a

AtUtiH rrdinc I. th* .nrkftt expedition, which will survey '" ? secret ware radio band so
rnH.t.nt. with a .....,t.. p*.. ,' a 50.000 square mile area of V.f The patrol craft will be in con
pi.* Armies ....rr... m-1 the Atlantic some 1200 miles east stant touch with each other every
.I Ibr Mediterranean. an-a--< .tlbens. )Ian, thamandi iolntly by.the National Geographic with the Brunswick land station F
Society Columbia :
- University
Elliot said.
and the Woods Hole. Mass.. Oceanographic Elliott said he was expandingthe WATER SKI SHOWS
Th niM"1 T. lie Had In!'tttutton.
patrol force and equipment to DAILY-10J3O 2:30
AUTO PAINTING The ftdentbts may come back keep abreast of Georgia's fast BY e ttrtetfat a4la4etdld4.

.f.e !*.. *rw CAR 14K>K- with evidence showing that therance's growing fishing business and "to ADM ) ELECTRIC IOATCI.S} --
peaks once were above the value for the
SAM JONES give taxpayers 60" LUNCUONS5tRVD
ea1YT A\l MOOT .BOP water Their expedition is the EXECUTIVE COUNCIL of Central I Florida Chapter of Reserve entertainment feature will be three water ski artists sent up money they pay"i
.... tai. ...,.... ,... first big-scale survey of the area CUIIOPCN 12-17 30I
*M .u. from Cypress Gardens by Dick Pope Letters of invitation have
where Atlantis Officers Assn. meet with 14th Air Force officers to discuss de-
rh. dd.I was supposed to
I i The original "mermaid" was (I[eta 1iJ; '1 -J.rf.''1'1 :t: "t
--- hate been located. tails of a beach party and barbecue to be held for ROA mem-1 i teen sent* to ,650 I"\embers.( Left to right seated: C. Arthur I the extraordinarily ugly sea cow.
- -- I Yergey, H. Nelson Axton, Henry Balch, Gen. L A. Walton -
bers of the will be ad-,' I .
next event
Wednesday. Highlight an
I I' standing{ : Lt. Col. C. S. Marshall, James M. Milligan, Walton
I Complete tine of I dress on a classified subject by Col. R. H. "Snuffy" Smith. An | McJordan, Col. E. E. W Duncan and Col. E. P. Games I Due To The Death Of

Hospital and Sick Room Supplies .

Trasses I I GALLICO ON 'HOW TO SURVIVE' 1 Mr. W. E. Henry
Support Crutches . 'Local PoliceCourtesy
Winter ParkBrevities I
Wheel Chairs
and Hospital Beds
. Sal* and Rental 'Expert' Advice Given Note THE LAUNDROMATHALFHOUR

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MMTM.iwrua MTHCUMIUMfctmtT MUS IQUtft ail, fJwIeJ. I I WINTER PARK The Rev. Oldsters on Vacation I
', Courtesy is as courtesy does. I r
Fred Cole of Austin. Tex.. supply i
a .ft.J; '. OirL i Will Be Closed
pastor of the Congregational 'I'I I Police Chief Roy E. Larson i
N.. urantc Ortand none 725J 2-4250 : Church this Summer, will speak 8r PAUL GALLICO i found that out yesterday when
I The number of casualties the ranks of I
appalling in
- --- ----- Ion This Generation's Date with' my 'one of his courtesy cards was mail- Until Tuesday July 15th
friends following' the 4th of weekend after which ,
long July
Destiny at the Rotary Club Mon- I :; ed back to him by James B.
day at12'15: pjn. in the Chamber J they returned from their three-day brush with Nature .

of Commerce Mano Stukey is' blistered, burned, bitten, lame itching and sore is what is Meirs Trailer manager Park.of the Haines e
chairman.The i City ,
\\o\\'DA MIIITRJi city commission will hold i ian t I leading. me: to prepare this little! brochure, to be included I The cards bear on their face I
) adjourned meeting at city hall:, wun your unaay paper at nos "Welcome to our city. We call attention O/NEALL-HENRY INC.

Tuesday at 7.30 pjn. i extra charge entitled, How to Sur- rlts structure and method of loco- to the fact that you have ,
The following Lions Club committees vive Your Vacation." You do violated a city traffic ordinance 2215 Edgewater Driv.PARAM0UNT'S *
not need to fall
have been announced by j I It is addressed to males who are as checked below," I
ST. IKTKRSHUIIG FLOHIDAr.oridas off a horse in order I
n to wind -
Pres. W. K. Smith: attendance. I trying to keep their balance on '' up Under the checked violation,
in traction
Landis Stone convention, E. D. the incline a splint with a nurse
; -
I' the card continues: "We respect-
only Resident and
Military Academy with specialist in attendance.
Cook; finance Paul Davis; educa- the other
Junior' R.O.T.c. Unit Member Southern Associa- All you have to do: if fully solicit your co-operation in
tion. Bert Price; program Harry side of 40, and I I you area
safe. ; ANNUAL
making our city May you
''ion of Colleges and soft and
rt r Secondary Schools. Association Brown: publicity W Weidner; does not apply to sedentary gent to have here and if
r j a pleasant stay
11 of Military Colleges and Schools of the United bulletin. Mack Clouser editor; women, I have qualify for a couple of weeks in
,& I >. HtatM highest Government Rating An Accredited I United Nations and economics.. as < bed, is stay on board for an hour. we can"be of any assistance please
long since given call It is by Larson.
r'.4t'i' imvmty Preparatory School. Limited EnrollS Webber Haines: greeting :Marvin trying to tell Something has got to give. It isn t us. signed
up who his card PERSONALITY
S .1 I Meirs acquired : BABY
\' ;. went, Separate Junior Department i Pittman: military affairs. Jack' anything to ] going to be the horse. : for improper parking wrote in
1\ t a For Information Addrrs* Billingham and Carl Buchanan: I women of any ] Have nothing do with the part; :

1 J ea reI. Walter n. Mendels. President music Frank Hasenkamp Harry 1, I I I ball game on the beach. This The enclosed courtesy card hasso
1! Brown. Bert Price; boys and girls. i age.The one i i* loaded. It offers
florid Military Academy St. Petersburg Florida point of j you impressed me and is so much
r "?,tt.. l4in Military Academy Established 190S John Henderson: citizenship and this essay is. my I scraped thighs [you will try to appreciated by the writer not : CONTEST !
patriotism. Herman Froling; civic 'g'I slide, know], cut feet, turned
----- brothers that you
eM..S1aN.MM.IyJM. .WM..__...... .,.............,.II......,.."....'....... i improvement.betterment.Bill Ernie Rice Laird; community : Lions-::'you, are about to : I I ankles dislocated shoulders and only for saved the him time in and not inconvenience being obliged --
!to forsake the comGallicD sore arms.
education. Henry Torbere; health I to appear in person at headquarters
I and welfare. William Morris: 1I parative safety of your offices. Ditto for the soft-ball game to explain his misdemeanor -
Winter Park Telephone safety. Carl Buchanan: and sight' where you have been stagnating cooked up between fathers and but the gracious administration 1st 1 PRIZE
I'conservation Marvin Pittman. II \ all Winter during which time your sons in which when trying to and kindly friendly tenorof
i The Lions will meet Wednesday exercise has consisted of revolvingyour stretch a single into a double you its reproof compels the writ
Company I at 6:30: pjn.Kiwanis swivel chair a quarter turn will succeed only in stretching a ing of this letter $100.00l
will meet I from right to left or vice versa. ligament. Two weeks in bed, three ", . I not only greatly appreciate -
I 6.30: pjn. at the Chamber of Comj j You are heading for vacation ': weeks on crutches. Happy vacation this remarkable courtesy card
offering i merce. I resorts where incalculable hazards I!i but I find it so effective in its pur- y '' 4 l|. S. SAVINGS BOND
U.s. Civil Service Commissionwill and dangers await you-the golf 1! Tennis is one of the most pose that henceforth, I shall ever 1
4% CLASS CUMULATIVE PREFERRED STOCK f hold examinations for positions -: course the tennis courts the strenuous games in the world. feel constrained to co-operate with

I Par Value 1100.00 I in the Winter Park Post Office : bridle paths the beaches and the Your.chance: of surviving it Is fair you to the very last degree in *>
soon for substitute clerk carrier I' beautiful beautiful country. in itself .'if you will learn the line-"Nice obeying every traffic ordinanceand 2nd PRIZE
and special delivery messen a place of a thousand dangers.' shot there!"-and apply it to any- furthermore the wonderfuland ,
PRICE $100.00 ; r ger. Preference will be given vet- I If you do not hearken to the thing. that Is more than a racquet beautiful City of Orlando will i t ,
erans and age limits for others words of Old Man Gallico the s length out of reach. stand out in my mind as one of: . ,. $50.00
Prospectus Available 'I are 18-50. Application forms maybe chances are six-two-and-even that Golf YOU' may get away withif the best governed and best administered ;' r .\
it ***" obtained from Mrs. Lucile four days after arriving whereveryou you limit yourself to nine holes, municipalities in the l T-. .:; U. S. SAVINGS BOND I
Overstreet at the post office and >;A
Inquire t I are going you will be in bed a day for the first four days. USA. .
must reach the u.s. Regional civil
I or,on crutches or carrying something Eighteen holes is a tough drill if '
service office by July 24.
CARL H. GALLOWAY in a sling. you are not used to it, and 36 PRIZES
Many telephones were knocked MANY OTHER
'I One hardly knows where to holes is a bid for a peek at the
PRESIDENT :: lout by lightning in the Aloma THOSE WHO KNOW
begin in this self-appointed Pearly Gates.
Thursday. During the same
28 East New England Avenue storm A. T. Anderson, proprietor I sade to preserve you for another Take the word of an old ex- :SO TO i 0 Contest open to any child residing; in the area'

Winter Park. Florida : : of Lake Berry nursery narrowly. year at the treadmill but I guess ', sports reporter and athlete the I served by this paper of any age up to 8yars.
Pheee No. 503 t escaped death 'from a bolt of maybe the most important thing ,' number of places on one's chassis I There is no charge for the sitting. We make
'lightning; which struck a deep- I is to make you promise to keep that can get out of kilter if one

-N-M es t-...... . r.-. . ... .oot... _.a... ........ ... ... ...,..so.sa.o.wA well shed pump in which 20 feet he from was working.Bill the potting. ,' skill away and from endurance.Junior at contests of is toostrenuous the Summer vacation at the beginningof staggers I LONG'SON i I you reveral like different best to enter poses in and the you contest.select No the obli one

I' the imagination. Also, will do I
Traer returned Friday from The hospitals will be full of you gation.
MiamI. While there he saw Dr. I elderly gentlemen whose last well to regard the appurtenances ORANGE AVENUE I
E. C. Nance president of Tampa : coherent words were "Come on, > of the beautiful country-side with I HOURS 10 A. M. to 4:00: P. M.
University and former dean caution and distrust.
of : 111 I I
son. take you on and show
Knowles Memorial chapel. : If city feller be JUST NORTH OF
you are a care-
that I'm I No Appointment Necessary
you just as good as i
John Tachtman has joined the ful where you sit down Nature HOTELAPPLIANCES
Tf1: advertising staff of the Winter I ever was. 'displays a punitive hostility towards ] THE ORANGE COURT I
Park Herald. I Face it, chum, you ain't.Junior ': the unwary in the form'of RULES: NEW ARRIVALS
Mr and Mrs. Charles Noack muscles are made of leather, steel j i ivy. oak. nettles and 1. Photograph most be made Lone
I i poison poison CfcildreB one week *r mr. 04
stopped at the W. R. Rosenfelt's I whipcord and copper wire. Yours I
things with spikes. Its Air Force .. ..
I Proofs & prints are the propage are ph t crak perDelle
to pick up their son who was stay still make for laudable lumps ;i
is constantly at war with humanity erty of the studio.pictures with KodaK .. teat..
Mir tp*
lug there while they were at Cocoa under the :skin but the content is : from the single-engined mosquito 1, Individual only; -. .
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Espo.an heel see.
i Beach. The Noacks then went a mixture of glass plaster of with the stinger to the big HOT POINT DISHWASHERSHOT group
to where ; nose I. Child most reside within 100 ond Absolutely kararieM t* Mf
:4r on Quincy Mrs. Noack'smother Paris and tissue paper, and the: four-motored and hornets
i wasps POINT DISPOSAL UNITS mile of Orlando. .
is ill. : first time Junior burns a tennis : with their heavy tailguns.It I S. Contra begins July It, un.eyes.
Mrs. Evelyn Womble Is In North' shot down the sideline and you HQT POINT DELUXE RANGES closes Sept. 20. 1S17.
Is hundred to that
Carolina for two weeks. a one
reach for it, something is going to !
the big spider crouching in your POINT IRONERS
Mrs. Whitney Traer has joined'' bust unless you've spent two or HOT
her husband.Staff Sgt.Traer.who three weeks getting into .condi- bathtub won't be a Black Widow, Limited amber Available
is taking special training in i tion. but the wary vacationer makesa I PARAMOUNT STUDIOS
routine check it before ORLANDOAPPLIANCE
counter-intelligence at Washing- on
i Also. Junior is not lugging 20
ton. D. C. I I in to bathe with him.
pounds of lard in the region of getting CO. 136 N. Orange Ave. Ph. 6619-Orlando
Mrs. Otto Campbell and Mr. and If must be athletic the
Mrs. W.from G. Maynard have returned his getting midriff lubrication.and his joints When are still he I porch you rocker is a nice workout I Authorized 210 Hotpoint N. Orange Sato Are.& Service At entrance to Jefferson Court Hotel
Miami Beach. Mrs.
shouts "Come on. Dad 111 race 'lif you keep away from the edgeof Phones 4537 and 2-4004
Gregory, who accompanied I I
the verandah. And I never I
them remained there to you out to the float do it if you
visit her son and daughterinlaw. must but call up the hospital heard of anybody chipping a bone I, .
;y 7xR 8l Mr. and Mrs. Byron Gregory. I first and get a reservation. You're in his elbow from gently lifting
Mary Jarman Nelson Is serving I going to need it. i a tall glass containing ice and :
on the faculty of the American I I There will undoubtedly be horses liquids. Prosit, brother., and a safe

: Institute of Normal Methods at for hire at your vacation resort. I vacation. j
Lasell Junior College Auburndale.ass. Shun them unless you have been '
The institute will close I to a gymnasium and toughened I In highly-mechanized U. S. coal I
I July 30.Miss : up for several months. This animal mince, a man produces about 120
Barbara Ontko and Sue is one of the worst vacation I tons of coal in a month of 6-day f.
I Mosely plan to leave July 13 for I I hazards purely on the basis of weeks. I :'...
I Camp Juliette_ Low In NorthGeorgia.

MISS ontko was awarded I I .. .. ..--!:..
the Pittman scholarship for .
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outstanding qualities of leader- Announcing '
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. Richard Darty and Mar-
jorie Tripp are spending the weekend .
atiLT BY BALDWIN ; OPENING I \'- --- ,/
In Lake Wales where Mr. ,- 't
Darty la employed this Summer by
style his father Darty will continuehis -of-
college course next Fall at Rol
Arolipb' in mahogany, walnut, light oak or lins.Mr. ; RUBY SEDITA'S

'.. Prtmo Vera. Prices begin at $725 complete with and Mrs. Ross Fife 'Jr..
Newtown Conn.. are visiting Mr. I
Befunes or Choirs, delivery service. and W. King parents of'' '

Others from $675.00 to $1,075.00 Mrs. .William C. Sanders left HEAD ABOVE WATER
recently for Lake Placid Club. \ l ?

Exquisitely Beautiful N.1. Y. She win return about Sept. i 9 i A WHEN"THOBPKi' YOU ATTEND

Tone Design and Finish I Mr. and Mrs. D. M. McBride are
I expected home j
next weekend from I ) _J
I a motor trip which has carried 1048 N. SHINE ST.
through the Southwest and Mid- : )
dle-West. McBride is assistant !
TERMS? CERTAINLY cashier of the Florida Bank and I, $uw .. PHONE- 7 I II
Trust Co. I II
At knt M )"% 0AI. tone at M month t. par I
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Robinson I A Good Clean.'Economi
cal and Odorless Gas CREME WAVE I o
Fuel at a Price You Can fj
Afford for COOKING. j I
for $8.50 r
HEATING and RE "L. limppaiJ ill OWJ'Wiiyniiiiia

ORLANDO BUTANE GAS Our new shop is fully equipped with all the modern MkMfM Al MM.'inTgL. .;. ae (

and comfortable fixtures. Our old customers and friends

Sat NORTH ORANGE,AVE. PHONE 6303 SERVICE, Incorporated are invited to call for appointment. I 221 WEST CHURCH STREETSdentists
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. fun awaits kids on civic group's annual holiday jaunt for youngsters. MA RY H
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Police Meet Urged Parley To StudyDelinquencies \.OO\\"G\ Y OUR MIND\" / -,-..

an Fresh-air Camp I M\POR\ Of \ \CE'SW012
Program Listed $
before July 20 if possible for the annual cRA
camp for boys and girls otherwise DL BLE LA ND
Attt Chief of Police J. C. such Discussion of actual'cases will JUpYN" u\
a holiday was urged yesterday by
president of the Florida Peace camp committee chairman. be emphasized in the program for :; -*: .JACK\ AND M\LAR\EY\
ficers Ann.. said yesterday he this will allow time for arranging physical the two-day course in prevention i MpsjNN t.Y
been informed that West treatment of delinquency to
examinations and establishment sand NAND 4..
i:be sponsored by the Florida Proba- f\\ GR\
peaeta delegates planned to of other 'l \C\EY\ \1'
1 I qualifications. Registrations MI BEAR
boo coconut to Orlando to I Tibetan Uni- '. -
win be taken at Salvation j j[t WELL
frvtitae the East Coast resort Army headquarters. 115 E. Central Judge Mattie Farmer, Orange G
;. hen the annual '
fere her July 22. !' s of the association -
Means hile. committees w ) The Indepen- years. said yes- !
makes tart minute Kung Pao said The Rev. W. :M. Irwin pastorof terday that pro-
for entertaining . Jecheng. pro- Concord Park Methodist bation departments -
fcxne WO peace: of Tibet, Church and Mrs. Irwin will be c throughout I i I i *
expected: the State had I
tWten the ancUthen killed in charge. Boys will be at ,4x been asked to
three-day section Ii \ of plotting to i f Camp IVewa, near Plymouth.Aug. ',r' _3 submit representative -
from. all pan* of it regent at j i 10 to 19, girls Aug.20 to 30. 'r y.: : cases
brMa. 1 Each group is expected to num- i for discussionand
Committe.tbUnn .] t Jecheng. Ab- I, bA over 30.Between i study. I *
a are : Y' ,was ar- reveille at 7 ajn. and ,, Farmer Group discus- T5p1'i
prof nun. 1. S'ftese. for plotting taps at 9:30 pjn. the daily pro- sion leaders will be Juvenile Judge
registration regent who gram will include: flag raising and W. S.:Criswell of Jacksonville, Dr.
and reservation the Minor Dalai roll call breakfast and devotional, Frederick J. Hicks, head of the ,
Tom .atf'S't inspection Bible class, swimmingand university's sociology department; -
Sawyer: finance It said, "his recreation. luncheon, rest Roy W. Russell, administrative assistant is .
H II. Love' : out and a few period optional craft work, swim- of the Florida Parole Commission U\\
d..*. 8d Cren- poisoned to ming and recreation retreat and and Fred Ward Jr..south-
thaw; transpor : vespers, dinner, recreation en- ern field: representative of the Nation ff t'ff. \.
taUon. Junmie Stone tertainment program and call to Probation Assn. i .al ..1 ... \\
Wade: all of the Orlando \' f quarters. r "Each group will discuss cases I ". Y'I ... ii
Department; Constable T. County farmers I The camp staff follows: Boys' I, representative: of specific types : s"
Thrasher, entertainment, and their fields division-Jimmie Hale recreation; or patterns" Judge Farmer said. I ..,
W C. Hulbert. Jacksonville a prac- Hugh Whitehead, life guard; Gene In addition to the foregoing 1 I ytI
Charge of pistol matches. until late :McCree. craft and dining room; groups, a panel discussion onI f ff
Entertainment will will plant velvet I Hal Burch. Donald Bridges Neal Community Organization for Pre- .
prv-convention dance at crop, according Gardner. Fred Floyd and John vention of Delinquency be led : s.
American Legion home July ; H. SteffanL I Bethea. cabin leaders. :, by Mrs. Ellen Whiteside Miami, i
buffet supper, pistol matches Girls' division-Doraine Larson chairman of the Florida Chil-
barbecue at the Orlando Gun I and 24 are recreations Claire Dornbirer. life dren's Committee.The .
and the final banquet' at DeL Set. Tom :guard; Jane Hood, craft and dining course will conclude witha
Orange Court Hotel which Bureau. room; Shirley Rudler. Elizabeth luncheon at which Judge Em-
featured by the will Include Lewis, Ruth Travis. Mar- >mett Terry. Birmingham presi-
Ott ken. chaplain of garet Jean Parham and Patricia dent of the National Council of
The dance Is sponsored by Department: Ann Hampton cabin leaders. Juvenile Court Judges, will speak.It .
Central Florida Peace Overstreet, is open to all persons interested We are proud to ANNOUNCE
Assn, and wHl be open to Atty. J. Rex Ex-Convict Named in youth work In the State.
public. Tickets at $1 : W. J. Carlson. I .
obtained here at the Poll of the' As Woman's Killer I During World War II, the U. S.Government II
partment Sheriffs Office Club; M H. rated fish hooks so
State Highway Patrol as of Narcotics,' MARION. Ohio [API An ex- important that it gave. them an"Al" I the following new features starting Monday July 14:
from peace officers of Health; :convict who has crippled. wife priority rating.as ,
Central Florida and James i)and a four-year-old son. was
$ .... a4!. that 'named yesterday as the strangler'! police and sheriffs throughoutOhio
pember.t. rrerrati.its had at the Gun Club of a pretty divorcee whose partly I searched for him. 1 MARY HAWORTH, the biggest sensation in years in the field of pettOfWI
.btaloed It H powlble that demonstra- nude body was found in a country, Prosecutor James E. Reed of
ditiMul. reams will be firearms churchyard. Marion County filed the charge I advice. She is blunt, hard-hitting--and extremely helpful. She men teX
l. be e delfcsles. Penns agent of the Edwin D. YoUng 39 was some 24 hours after Mrs. Zora i you that you need a psychiatrist, but if she does-you probably do. f
araiUblo for d .... office. ree-ns charged with first-degree murder Gerbes. 25, was found dead. I
2 BRENDA STARR a bright new comic strip about a gal who goes 1 ohir

, I, for trouble and finds it. .

3 LOOKING AND LISTENING, a guide to movies, radio and other en!.H-....
Aid s fre Q _: :- 4 PENNY, the comic strip bobby soxer who often confounds Pop.

; AaC 5 DR. CRANE'S WORRY CLiNIC-A psychologist tells you hew .red We
r oDlA situations can be turned to your benefit. You can lose some of y w worries . r
6 THE NEBBS, a family comic strip that will make you laugh. '. -

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: mDiN 7 WISHING WELL-your fortune. told daily. You don't have to believe It,*

M yeti'' . but it's lots of fun. I

btt0 b 04 .. 8 MICKEY FINN, a lovable Irishman turns a comic strip into dame and x

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9 OF YOUR MIND-Can troubles turn your hair gray overnight? I
:lIlM u Y' J C.ats el P.l.* Will laughter help cure your physical ills? These and many other questions

r It Mo.tfc" *. will be answered.
y : Giarait ef0 r.:
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Y Free. IotiIe M.tdI fI9 feature, but a real action comic strip that is instructive and entertaining, 1I I
a G t M+ t er .iudwPatt# ,
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J Ss' -ti Dss t Mse%SEA% S CO4E SOHIiN s 1E fr sad MAb EACH Bltt : .s. wg 11 I GRIN AND BEAR IT-one of the funniest comic panels in the book except

f 0 .t OEEED St tM tsr"pet S .r .IAtAIb 'a ; 12 MOSTLY MALARKEY, which is also one of the funniest.
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Beulah Church Offers Contrast DUTCHLAPh'l' 1ial.l.Ji: ;

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ly DAVE ENLOW ..,, years aro. Sot until 1913 did I Asbestos I"" : j Garlic TabletsUsed

(o.-it" i I > :,.. Ik l >e'.c.'U' : the church become Baptist because Roofing !Ii :
One of Florida's most beautiful ( of a perponderance of ASBESTOS!i SIDING 1<:: Symptomatic Relief of .-
members of that faith. ASPHALT SHINGLES ,':liJ
community' churches stands In r High Blood Pressure
One of the GUTTER "
Reeves ladies fas-
marked contrast to the 60-year cinated by the old-time country andnow I" Jkcwlar._ { ,' .. G.rlie Tir -
old box-type frame building 1mmtdiateJy church name of Beulah. tagged > SPOUTSLa I "i kew bow they\ ..,often aid ... -.
adtumt.1rNd1 forjnerly that name onto the tiny church T. JERHIGAN i'l -IvNtr.a. u dzrneMM hRh h1Ged.II an.w..M.r esss* ......,,2: --
bowed the ehureb and iU pas and it has stuck ever since. :' :..tbt.. iachm tlw ,;;._. 'Get iOt
tor lends an added touch of contrast Ir : When excavation work began on Roofin and Sheet Metal ,lily'i!| SLOG __ 110. o. l' ab, a ssil: p.n.r.-
in hu dual role as minister Mj the new church site, Dobbs him- 70 Alexander PL TeL 7127' By iUu add l oChomberltn
self drove a tractor for the first .i! Natural fOOI.i I
to UM Beulah faithful and
tune and members of the church *
able pre ttan for the Orlando pitched in and helped with the I: IS E. Ckweh St. Orianda.Who ..u
Evrntnt Star I
ajp initial rroundwork. The only uncompleted -
The Rev --- -- -
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the Beulah Baptist Church: hueen ture is the partitioning of Sunday #
a minor phenomenon in the school rooms in the basement.
faithfttlneu of his country flock. That work is in process of comple- .
who hue helped him build ckbtr. tion at
...., concrete construction church ; present. Sez So?
Dobbs hopes to add T-shaped
without recourse: to pledges or subscript -
Urns. wing to the back of the present
building to include a baptismalfont
The sertlan<< n.w kncwn as
and additional Sunday schoolrooms
4 Lake Crescent nearby is Who says your car won't look l like n.w afe..n..? Let : =
used for baptismal services now.
.I Behind the new church corner- Sam Jones' expert auto painters take ever-youwon't
,.. stone is a brass tube containing a
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.g.aMe gads REV. MARK DOBBS
f'. for .1 .ldely as ladlvWaal I I . third in credit? history pictures.of the church Names and appearingon appropriate recognize the old car yourself.' _
...<.. .! Ii..... LH IM plan a the cornerstone, other thanDobbs' .
-_. -- p..erM Benlah. named after the church. [to whom, are Dobbs those credits of the much trustees.of Yours for new-car beauty-Sow Jos quality '
tMt ..>n tier yvw requiret I I. 12 miles Rest' of Orlando.
IIWIItI I mm nmn cot |,i three Garden.miles For Southeast many years of Winter, the Pate church's chairman;success I. M. Cadwell M. ,M.R. paint job plus all nicks and dents rcnw. .. by the
t ,A. Sanders. A. D. Clements, and ,
I area was known as Reeres set' ..
J tlement. after the numerousReeves A. L. Joiner. ,- man who knows his job best.

WA11HIEkYGCNLRAL ( families who came over Dobbs is highly respected ...... ":"S "

from England: and settled in among newspaper employes and SHOWN ABOVE is the new and old of the the right is the original institution which has T
remarkable ,
INSURANCE that particular I
community. church
members alike. lie has { BE SURE IT'S THE BEST-SEND IT TO SAM'SSAM
111 N MUlt AVIIt's Mill SI$9 1 When Dobbs left an assistant spoken twice to the young: people Beulah Baptist Church On the housed the. worshipers for half a century. Anew '
pastorate at Miller Memorial at Orlando Youth for Christ I wing is planned for time
Baptist left is the building which Pastor Dobbs and some soon, to
Church in Orlando in October rallies, where be has been well- a 1 include a baptismal font and additional Sun
1942. to assume charge of the received.: hard-working congregation built in 1946; on School
Not Too Early tiny Beulah congregation. he faceda Not until February 1943. did rooms. JONES PAINT & MY SHOPDial
dismal prospect as he strode into Beulah I I
Baptist Church full-
TO INVERT the ancient, collapsible frame time. Since then, Dobbs has go seen}Spread of FDR Goals tlonal chairman of the Southern denied charges of Communism
building that housed the church I 6628 130 N. Garlandat
I to it that activity in his church Conference on Human Welfare, made by the House UnAmer1c.an'Actiities
for half a century. In November I was equal to that of other full- Called Group's Aim [ Jefferson]
ThifFURNACE To 1 of that same year, he inaugurateda time churches. week of special said here yesterday that the group Committee |
building fund and his 75 members evangelistic services. with the Rev. RICHMOND Va. (AP] Dr. was organized to advance "Roose Maine is the leading potato
pitched in enthusiastically. D. V. McAllister of Orlando as Clark Foreman of Georgia, na-J velt principles" in the South and State
i I I Four years later a new church: visiting speaker, concluded Just :
edifice-one of the most beautiful
two weeks ago. On July 7-11
community buildings in this section 4s
the church conducted
a daily vacation .
-opened its doors to a thr iv- Bible school.
in* congregation of more than 200 Dobbs y "F
gives credit to God first .a
faithful members. The old frame -
his people second, himself third
building still stands as a reminder ss
for the -
* unusual accomplishmentsof
to and the persistence worshippers are eventually that loyalty re-I. this fine little community ;
warded.The energetic young pastor who : ::::: : ry

Hay. Your AutoSTEAM.GREASED attended Stetson University works I|I Tobacco Farmers Favor
with the newspaper from 8 am. : Market
to 4 pan- Tuesday through Sat- Foreign Drive d
..... and ehassbstesM urday. His full-time pastoral I RALEIGH. N C. TAP] Early returns -
cleaned and 7 a 50 duties include: midweek prayer ; from referendums in both ,;... N
tafcrfeated r*.pUU meeting in addition to Sunday 1 North and South Carolina last
t t 4r school and two worship services night showed an overwhelming
AUTO SUN VISORS every Lord's Day. He performs number of tobacco farmers favor- $
1S.93 the visitation work of a minister ing a 10-cents an acre assessmentfor : atw .' Y 4 ,
Just as faithfully as the preacher financing a promotion program
CUSTOM srKr WAXING who devotes his entire week to the I designed to re-establish for-
eign markets for the
!sate Taro T1ao Longer crop.
Uncle Jim Reeves one of the I
I Ed Mayo's early settlers of the section and Transporting natural gas for
a Methodist began a nondenominational 1,500 miles through a pipelinelike
j l let N. Slain St. n. t71 work in the old the Big Inch line costs about : at "': .. r, -
frame building Mme 50 or .60 21 cents per 1000 cubic feet. d' tat
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Qhe survived a nightmare of cruelty and terron have received aid in readjusting themselves But the be raised only through the atmote .,.r U Jill ad

't 0 Struggling against cold starvation and disease she shadow of war and oppression is deep and hard to active support on the port of every AmcriCMt '

was unwanted; hunted; sick and weary almost unto erase;The wounds are far greater than anticipated and *

J .. Strf4"l"J tparkliag M modern death: Then your mercy-your generosity-brought much slower to heal: o In mercy"s name;give.1l1 tar canto ihfi.rtmmijpn]\

; TAPPAN Gas Range gives your kitchen 1 light of hope into her miserable world That light for the United Jewish Appeal m your oMUMWMtft ": x
I $0. new&1..........*nJ you new interest in it. S Today; because of unforeseen circumstances; the Give of
j tune
; must not go oucThousands more your more of your beta,mmd.more
! Lately to look *t, and its io easy to keep number of Jewish displaced persons is three times as of your mosey than you can afford. No.fttMdtleife* .

:I ....". TAPPAN Drided + Top TAPPANJrftllooii"tferJunl. upon thousands of her people have great as a year ago. These homeless Jews of Europe lag you can make, homtw gftmt, cm _li Ae *fcf.

I t tnibla ysu f. use *U 4 briers *t net t If you should bate to wait a little,while been fed, clothed, and given shelter. Countless war face another crisis in their bitter struggle to survive: ferings of those pits' http:

I *mJ tttll bat.t plenty .ftming ipaa.Vumlitt for yours-remember TAPPAN'S the ravaged bodies have been mended. Families without Whether they live or die is squarely up to you s : :and

i Orr* lob you ui entire baling range well u-ortb waiting for number have been reunited and returned to their your conscience.Because the task of mercy Is so great O Remember, you have given then h pe.*ow,je . "

i I fntttt uitbout opening errs Jo.... Hardy homes. Still others have been helped to find new lives the United Jewish Appeal this year is asking for more must not take it away.Hope is all they bs e.Y.w awe

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i ,( iF1TFAI13ll1fl< l ClctillCYJE m1I11laIl 1 LftiAMOEFUV & Citrus Exports Top

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Covers Central Florida Agricultural Interests Like the Morning Dew Nine Million BoxesCitrus

1 Page 26 El llt mtfonj 'rntinr1-&tar Orlando, Florida, July 13, 1947
exports from the United States during the 10-

Hume To Address month period preceding April 30 totaled almost nine mil

Chicken Feed lion boxes, the U. S. Bureau of Agricultural Economics

I Convention [ reported.Orange and tangerine exports totaled 6,406,000 boxes

Grape 'ddb z I an d grape fruit 2,369 000 bo ass. 0

I Factors Given i Canada was Uncle Sam's biggest Ti

If CKMUNO rOWERSfVr d i customer, with the Northern Dominion July MilkReport i
I Pi $'ctf Correspondent] I importing 4.383.000 boxes

{ LEESBURG-Florida Grape Growers Assn., will hear Breed age, and conditions tinder 10f, oranges and 1,434,000 boxes of

Dr. H. Harold ?Hume, dean of the College of Agriculture, 't" which they are being raisedare grapefruit. GivenAverage

University of Florida at their annual convention here July 1 c Important factors in the I However citrus was exported

I, 15, Dr. Charles Demko of Altoona, president, announced.The amounts of feed chickens will eat I to such unexpected places as milked daily production ofcows
I China Hong Kong and the Philippine m Florida is 2.16
convention: will open, at the Leesburg Recreation Orange County Agent Fred Baetz- Islands. gallons the July milk production
Center mi 10 a.m. AI noon. the jn man said yesterday.In report of the U. S. Bureau of Agricultural
trap* growers will have lunch with I Bulk of overseas shipments were Economics said yesterday.
Klmanls Club. raisin broilers birds of made to the Western Eropean na-
the 4-H MembersTo 'I However, the
average pro-
t This. |ear's reinvention will l the heavier breeds utilize feed tions. duction
per cow m commercial
tfuph. *!*. lh.# predartion pouUMUtln , fII fIIk fIIr < more efficiently than birds of Belgium and Luxembourg imported herds was only 1 71, as only Tt.9
J .f drcldMut and boxes of
ether Leave the light breeds, and cockerels 7S5.000 oranges. per cent of the cows were milked.
I' malt ,,.Ita In addition .. the Sweden 312,000, The Netherlands The non-commercial
.sbr vsrirtles. In CenItpeakrn of all breeds generally are more : Islands 311.000. I II production
trap 98,000, Philippine was less with 1.44 gallons befeag
tra111SItdL For McQuarrie efficient in converting feed into I' Hong Kong 211,000 and China produced by cows milked.This was
In addition to Dr. meat than pullets the agent 177.000 boxes. only 49 1-2 per cent of the cows
Run vul Include O. H. BlackI Orange County 4-H Club members said. The United Kingdom led grape- in the herds for a herd production -
man and Ralph Dickey, horticulturut will leave tomorrow for a ; : fruit imports with 499,000 boxes.J of less than three-quarters of s:;;;
I and atsUUnt horticulturist. While there are variations, from Belgium and Luxembourg 293.000. a gallon per cow.
Florida Agricultural Experiment week at'Camp McQuarrie in Astor x sA 1$ eight to. 10 pounds of feed are required -I Sweden 96.000 and The Nether I
FeeS derived from
guttoa: Dr O. K. Parru. path- Park. Agricultural Agent Fred to produce a 2 1-2-pound : lands 25.000 boxes. June 10 p4mduring
etocM ta chart of the LeesburgExperiment Baetzman said yesterday.Approximately fryer in 12 weeks, from 20 to 25 was per ewrt. 1i!
( Button: Loren H.gtowr 40 boys chosenon Awry pounds are required to produce a : I Citrus pulp cast $2 63 per 100 11.:
of tM Lresburc station: < pullet ready for the laying housein Anything that costs as much as pounds. grains $4 07. hay 82.50 and J
a basis of project work and d W other roughages $3 4*
Pulp made
farm labor does is managingto
75 100
Dr Drrnka. Karl L 'hmann. secreUry six months and from to
of the Lake County Chamber record books will attend this % p pounds of feed for keeping a hen best advantage, says the Florida up 40.8 pcr cent of true Toal.: stub t
of Commerce: A. E. Pickard. Summer. I producing at the rate of 150 to :200 Extension Service. grains comp. : .i.-ms: 53J per ceot. l

Orlando: Lake County Atent R.t ""The troop will leave tomor- eggs a year.
: Norrts. row at 1:30 p.m. from the Municipal i 1 With white leghorn pullets. 4.22

Ur A dkpUy small of fruits trap will varieties be held and In ton St..Auditorium and return on Saturday Livings I DANIEL SHAW, 11-year-old Eustis 4-H Club be interesting and profitable He showed his pounds produce of one feed pounds are of required meat as to ; r

connection with the convention. between 10 and 11 aunV the boy is shown above with his blue ribbon hogs, hogs in competition at the 4-H C !ub Livestock compared to 3.71 pounds to pro- # )*

OunU of the association at UM. agent explained. a boar and a sow. Shaw's principal 4-H Club Show at the Florida Sportsmen s Exposition duce one pound of meat on a
p IIIiI"I'UDC" wilt be a number of .- l.COaCret. "Club members attending are to I project is hog-raising, which he has fauna to j and took first honors. cockerel. On the average. 9.3 r '
I bring a bathing suit sheets pillow pounds of feed are required to
I I } Brick or Block towels, soap, tooth brush and produce a 2 1-2-pound: Rhode IN ORLANDO, FLORIDA .
paste comb. light blanket clean Island Redpullet, while a cockerel -
FROM clothes and spending money." Orlando Interests I of the same breed may be rais- HEADQUARTERS FOR SEEDBED COVERS
f..... .. i* Chimney TopALUMICI Each boy must have a release Joining ed to the same weight with 7.5

., CO. INC signed by his parents. pounds of feed. ATTENTION .'
a I A Rhode Island Red pullet will ,
;if( MatMtr? CMttacttn a.4 BalUertt
t lilt TL 2-1S9X Club boys and girls from Lake and In I I Indiantown DevelopmentSpecial attain 2 1-2-pound size on 9.3 GROWERS! ::
surrounding counties. I pounds of feed but a white legi -
of the size will r .
/ --- i horn pullet same WE HAVE
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JI require 11.2 pounds of feed. A
( to The Sunday Sentinel-Star I owned by the Howard FertilizerCo. is a subsidiary of the Seaboard 1-2-pound white leghorn cockerel 'TOBACCOTYPE" I
INDIANTOWN-With Orlando ., of Orlando with the major railway is J. N. McBride of Savannah will need nearly 2 1.2 pounds !
I LUMBERUttDING Interests participating In two major portion to be devoted to a citrus and vice-president is G. more feed than a Rhode Island i
projects development of thousands grove and the remainder to be Red cockerel raised to the same fSEEDBED
of acres Is underway in used for farm crops and pasture. B. Rice of Norfolk. i I weieht. r r

once-Quiet Indiantown despite disappointing Indiantown is located 25 miles Other projects under way included Baetzman said that a mature t
crop production this southwest of Stuart and situated the 17,000acres being bird that i b not laying eats less COVERSi
SUPPLIES Winter caused by adverse weather I at the intersection of the St. Lucie prepared for cultivation by the ; in proportion to body weight
conditions.One Cross-State Canal and the Seaboard j Troup Brothers, of which E. K. than a younger bird of the same
: of tbe more developed Airline Railroad. I II "
Troup now lives in Indiantown.Six breed. Wide
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Gk Flooring Pin Flooring Siding Ceiling projects is a 2.000-acre tract The community, now composedof hundred acres are being developed To obtain additional energy to

t Seth Doors Mouldings Sash Weights CordS west of town which is owned by I 500 persons began its expan- by the Miami Fruit Industries overcome the greater difference
an Orlando syndicate composedof sion two years ago. New homes mostly for citrus.J. i between body and air temperature, Dy 33| Yds. Long
I h locks Builders Hardware Nails Roofing nine individuals.This are appearing and new businesses i M. McCready, Hialeah fruit chickens eat more feed in cold ,Z:- .
group includes R. M. andJ. I s
are being established as more weather than when the weather is
Catotts. D. Howard. Roy Crane. C. P.awsett. and more streets are being paved. grower is putting 60 acres into warm. NOW ONLY 511.50 4
: R. L. Hooks. Dr. C. !..L'I I Twenty new families have been !'I commercial guava trees, and plans '1 Birds qn good range eat less :
And More Articles/ also to plant lemons sour oranges
Many 'Meadows, Eric Rivndal Mrs_J. G. I added to Indiantown's populationin grain and mash than birds that do
Richardson and Dr. H. J. Bosse. the past 1 1-2 years. and do other general crop farm not have access to good range. and
'I Their acreage was selected forts CROPS GROWN ing. H. C. Williamson has purchased birds in cages less than birds in COMPLETE WITH EYELETS i
a 12,000 acre ranch, now _
and rich soil. It alsois '
PHILLIPS INDUSTRIES! INC. irrigated easily and drained : Behind this upsurge is the In- being used for improved: pastur- pens. I
with water from the canal. diantown Development Co., withH. ing. 87" WIDE
r'HoxE' t-im MICHIGAN.I AYE. AT ACL BY.Al 500 ACRES FARMED II McRae Saunders as resident Ii j I One of the newest industries is Cattle Association ,

The land was purchased partly i manager. In addition to the re- the branch of the Howard Fertilizer COVERS UP -
ni n- |, decorated 38-room Seminole Inn. :' Officers Plan MeetingOfficers :
from the Indiantown Development Co., which supplies most of the
Co. and partly from the Southern 'Saunders supervises the town's 1,500 to 2,400 pounds of fertilizeran and directors of the TO 1,000 YARDS
States Land and Timber Co.' Five water system and the company's acre used on the farming pro- 'Central Florida Cattlemen's Assn, IN LENGTH (WITHOUT EYELETS) <
11 hundred acres are under cultivation 15,000 acres. Crops now are beta jects. The Indiantown plant im- will meet Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the
i Coith Says: with the remaining 1,500 ': grown, on 1,600 acres with 1.075 '| ports the raw materials, but mixing office of County Agent Fred NOW ONLY KQp RUNNING
July 13, 1947 I acres cleared. I i being Irrigated and drained. j I l sacking :and sales are done Baetzman. Pres. Cushman Rade-
j Another 2,000-acre project Is I President of the company,which here. baugh reported yesterday.A vv" YARD

Wood seals .*. MahirMf .d rest teen crop will devoid John A. Snively Jr.. of Winter land boom too often is followed QUANTITIES SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE!
M o. .4erk.r y.. allow tke. to ripe. If too ca*.or gt them. all I CITRUS NOTES: Haven feel that it can be done. ; by a country bust, says
r. *.Bod out is fMf !.... they diowU k. kept mowed ...4 raked.W '. i Spuds Johnson. i
k... ... Mick... NiMlau. H... Mowers and tha Trim-A-Lawa GOVERNMENT VJ : REPORTS

,*..r Mw n, ..tk ....* ky gee Motor Co. and hkli ws ller.... Industry QuietedBy I 56 indicate registered that citrus 33 of tbe processors:State's

... tha tat MCBMM sade today. Wa h.ro Lively Lad weed carters some with more than one plant, Here is fhePERIECT
..< t W fuNd *t cW of oB-tka SprMtfield Low Sweeper which are located in Polk County.

.4 tatkef ...... of weed seed at welt .. ......, pina acdles, gross *. *
'....... h tkort .... Summer Slump SEVERAL PROMINENT CIT-
I are in the Carolinasand
We w4 k. pod. H deal o.trata ..y of tll... machines. en your ow. By JACK GURNETT Georgia on the peach deal. :

t.*... Or, .if yw wish. wa wiO cat your law or vacait lot with our [Our Own Staff Correspc'-dent] I The latest to go is Ken Sapp.
of Consolidated Growers
okh how ty" .....,. WINTER HAVEN With practically every packing manager Assn. at Eustis who will be locat-

the State shut down along with the canneries ed at Spartanburg. : s
'-only a handful still operating-the Summer slump has * ROOFINGFor
ORLANDO NURSERIES hit the Florida A POLLARD SR., prominen*
really citrus industry and the list of prominent H. Winter Haven citrus grower
people out of the State would read almost like directorybut
cst N. Grans* Are. a ;; and shipper is en route to Port-
: ; this year most; vaca- Hand Ore., as a delegate to the
tions are going to be coupled with For YOUR BUILDINGS!
rhone 7817 Ions of concentrate annually. Mil convention of the BPOE. He is accompanied -
serious business.
some Realizingthat by Exalted Rule
LAAOSCArCXO CAKCTAKINQ .- LAWN IWEErEBSLAWM there's going to be a lot of lions of gallons were made during George L. Burr Jr., of the Winter
MOWCBI rEBTtUZEM: CCSECTICiaElOKNAXCXTAI. competition for the consumer's the war for the British and our Haven lodge.
PLANTS dollar next season most citrus operators own armed forces-and now the * *
are going to call on the problem is to find an outlet for I "TXDR THE FIRST time In nearly .
trade during the Summer-and it the seven-to-one concentrate I I-T a year the Florida citrus industry Double-Protecting
is predicted that the annual con- without infringing on the single- faces a week without formal -
vention of the International Apple strength juice markets and pos- I I meetings of any kind on the
I Assn. to be held In Demit next sibilities. Such FCC members as; eerenda.Distributed .
month will attract more citrus EVERWEAR- Lock-Tight Roofing
men from Florida than ever be- (
fore. Why do citrus men attendan
apple convention? Simply because I l4i
i there they meet more of ir made from
the trade from the States and \\ : ; ; now
Canada than at any other place. Nr\anvi\\e
There Is some talk of a special Johns'tRAilS'-
train from Florida for Detroit-I' LIFE-LASTING ALUMINUM !
but many will use their cars so yb '' ;
they can make stopoffs en route 1
0'i4AavttUTt both ways. Then. too the apple I
meeting will provide'citrus men Answers Your Roofing ProblemsNow Guards Against Fire and lightning!

with xt a season's lot of background operations. on then I you can get the finest roofing rtyl! With a Lock-Tight Aluminum roof, you d nt

I * PIP6 Lock-Tight the most lasting of roofing have to worry about burning embers falling oa
I A. LANG, Winter Ha- materials aluminum! EvzKWZAa Lock-Tight your home.And when you ground an aluminum
JOHN .sir'g I
citrus packer and shipper, Aluminum Roofing win end your roofing problems roof properly, your building is protected
is the only announced candi- i for lift.No more worry about leaky roofs against the danger ef lightning.

date for the City Commission in I loose sheets troublesome painting and repair. For your next roofing Job, remember
the October election there-a __j I Lock-Tight Aluminum is windproof and storm- EVERWEAR Lock-Tight Aluminum the finest
candidate to succeed himself for proof; won't rust, rot, shrink or warp. It w2I. sheet roofing made!Write-phone-or visit oar
another three years. Lang has save you money year after year. factory warehouse here in town
been prominent in Elks. Lions
1 lW and other such organizations I t The Safest Shttt Roofing Mad F
over the State for years and mom.-
three years ago he topped the Your Lock-Tight roof will not leak. There art .
ticket for election. no exposed Mil head. The sheet are held A
I I I'DRIENDS tightly and securely in a vise-Iika grip that
OF STATE Sen. Har- never lets got z
1ry E. King at Winter Haven s. rr
say that the solon. chairman of The Truly Lifetime RooRnglEYERWEA.B !
the upper house's- citrus" committee -
Lock-Tight Aluminum is the one
W and sponsor of the legislationto truly lifetime Because is
roofing. Lock-Tight
NOW A GENUINE abolish seasonality in unem- made of
aluminum it is completely unaffectedby
ployment compensation for citrus .. *-lac'..... .we
'workers has political ambitionsbut ordinary atmosphere rain smoke or .... .W.y.....r. wa.- ....a... w.... ...rwi.
only to succeed himself for another weather. It will not become dull smudgy. .-. ... .M... w. ih.rr V IM ....w. '_ ...
DEMING PUMPTHE four year term that he asPires or rust-ctained. .... eh.A ...... ..... ... ...... ......"..... He ......
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to other office. 1 I ......N..A..e.hr --
no There had Airlry.t
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been, talk that he wanted to a i Easy to ApplyIt ... Ml.l This ted** .. .- r -
go .iM* .* .l..l... S. y.-...*.
WORLD'S BEST few rungs higher-but the Senator .> is ideal for applying over old roofing because

do in says the he State still has some work to it adds so little weight to the load your rafters leettlls Y stick: $'.r.7';r,r.w. ',add 12'.
Legislature. He's must carry.The big. tough sheet of corn 'on- Cmnq .idlE 2J-. Mils fir apgIcstia fmiIW
250 GALLONS PER HOUR expected a week or to 10 make days.this official In proof aluminum go on quickly and easily ire it ctofjt.Price per spare:$11.35.F/'IiPt/ Paidi

* they simply nap into place!

.I.IJ' certain now that the Florida
Citrus Commission; will hire a> man ; .
$,.00 to do on research citrus and concentrates.: sales promotion A- i Sou1m $1nIea. I

USDA attache, experienced in I
concentrates. Is being consideredfor ByFlORIDA IRON ROOFING COMPANY

FARM & HOME MACHINERY CO. as yet.the and POSt-no Florida highly has efficient salary several mentioned concentrating modern -- ( I t PIPE &, SUPPlY Q,. 734 Brookhaveh Drive Orlando, Fla. Telephone 8139 i

plants which were put up
430 W. Robinson AT. during the war-and these havea 63QW.: -CkurckSt. Tel. t1J: r
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{ Poultrymen Map
i' Stores.Providing '
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?>Y t FyP Institute Outlet for .

.. .," Camp I Thirteen Central Florf
a I, )4 : a grocery stores are now ot-

arc PalominosWalter lkce: : :I t> T-e 5ur-;:1 Sen -e'!,S'cr] lets for rabbit meat proecMed

i : t Ii ASTOR PARK The sixth an- by the Florida Rabbit Pn *
( f < nual Florida Poultry Institute will I ducers Co-Operative, Mcr. >
Bronson, whose big Cen-
Gardner said yesterday.
be held at nearby Camp McQuarrie -
tral Florida ranch lies between
< 4 z Orlando restaurants a&t
b in Ocala National Forest Sept.
Orlando and Kissimmee. is proudof ,
1-6. Norman R. Mehrhof. poultry I have started serving rabbit
his fine Palomino horses-with
dinners and Gardner reported <
specialist with the State Agricultural -I
good reason. )I Extension Service reported that efforts were bete*
"These Palominos make good yesterday.The made to increase production _
work bones." Bronson asserted. F Institute will begin with volume of the co-op. :-
rs >. "They are gentle and easy to P registration Monday afternoon. The Co-op manager saM a" J
handle. 4 N Sept. 1, and end Saturday morning committee headed by R. Iw
And Bronson should know for Sept. 6. I Henalee was drafting plans .",.
he now has 10 Palominos after I for the second annual raMMtL-,
It is sponsored by the Extension '
r buying the first ones in Oklahomatwo Service in cooperationwith show at the Central Florin.-,.
years ago. the State Department of Exposition next Feb. Other*..*'
.- and I on the show committee: are'
With their dark skin eyes Arrienltore State Livestock
and white mane and tail the Palominos Sanitary Board, poultry organizations Mrs. E. W. Schoeaberawr
are things of beauty as x KaaK syAi and other agencies i George W. Ragland. Don iL'; #
well as top cattle horses. Starting and groups. McHugh and Carl W. HylandCouncil.
with the Kissimmee rodeo. Bron- 3 K The program for the institute
son has consented to exhibit the will include talks and discussions Florida Poultry Proda -
1I Ii' Palominos although there have on production marketing and ers Assn.. Florida Breeder asM
.. 1If:2 been numerous requests he has YN' 9 to ". management of poultry. Research Hatchery Assn.. and the riurtSa,
"\ { been unable to fill. workers specialists and producerswill Record of Performance Fedecir.*.
1"..." : K Branson's Palominos Include a f' d speak at the various sessions tlon ':
to be held.
four-year-old stallion a mare Reservations may be =
TWO FINE PALOMINO CATTLE HORSES above are exhibited| three yearlings, three two-year- Organizations which will hold writing to Norman R. .
meetings at the camp during the Extension poultry specialist.
old filly and two colts. One
by owner Wotter Bron&on. including a two-year-old filly and c 1 the colts Is little more than week are the Florida Poultry varsity of Florida GatDe IDe.:t.C ;.

14-month-old colt, three weeks old. .
True Palominos are hard to get
because there are rigid specifica- ;. Coming Events t
tions on their color." Bronson ex- , :>!I -
Livestock 'j Grading plained. PRIDE OF THE PALOMINO HORSES owned I' -[2-r 0;T l S.0": P-,',, Barnes July 16-Grape Growers Convention Leesburg. ,"
"We haven't gotten quite the July 19-Brahman Cattle Sale. Arcadia.
by Walter Bronson on his Central Florida | four-year-old stallion< In addition, Bronson
size out of the Palominos have
we I Aug. 21-West Florida Dairy Show. Chiptey. t_
grown here that they do out West ranch between Orlando and Kissimmee is this owns nine other Palominos. I j I
Aug. 25-29-Cirrus Growers Institute Camp MeQoarrie. ns
DemonstraIf tions SetCODY because they need better pasture
,than we have yet"Bronson West Florida Institute 'i'I being revived and is slated for PLANT HAIRY INDIGO I I ISEBR1NG Sept. 18-Florida Association of Soil Conservation Dtotrfet Supervisors
also is one of the most July 17 and 18 this year. I Ocala.'a'
AL progressive ranchers in the Stateon Highlands County
fr r',?- '.-.. ',.f... -.' improved pastures seeking bet- Slated for Farm, Home I It is conducted by the Agricul- growers'planted 1300 pounds of Sept. 18-20-Sumter County Breeders Show and Roctea. Weteeter.-'

KMMMMEB-Believing 1 that the cattlemen of Flor- ter grasses for his stock. [Spec,at to The bundc, Sen re:-Star j ;, tural Extension Service with assistance 'hairy indigo in their groves during Oct. 19-Second Florida Aberdeen-Angus Show and Sate Oeala.
I of county and home demonstration Oct. 22-24-Fat Hog Show and Sale, Ocala.
W wm des a more intelligent ;|ob of raising beef if they are NICEVILLE-The West Florida I the past month according to
agents of the area. t Oct. 20-Sale, Florida Guernsey Cattle dub, Largo .
mate femtltar. with the offic lal! grades: -both for stocker Mart Planned Farm and Home Institute at Camp '1 About 500 members of farm j l County Agent V. T Oxer. The Oct. 28-30-Annual Meeting Florida State Horticultural Society;,

cod iiauihtcf rattle-the SUDtiNMfeiMMt Marketing Bureau of the I Timpoochee. six miles east of Nice. families from 10 counties are expected I seed were obtained by/co-operative/ St. Petersburg.

of Agriculture has fostered a series of live-!, For Poultry viDe on Choctawhatchee Bay. is for the two-day event. | purchase:
MCI ilXHng dementtratton : J.I
rgfM" to cfrauen with I -
..... wholesale cuts to the carcass and .
.. MAW. the .. I Icut& I',And Livestock -
al tiprrUnrat station, tnl the per cent of edible meat in the

acriWfcMrai InMruetArs. the IT TUCKER IRWIN...
t4saN y.. servtr* and the Quality denotes the excellenceor I I !Qa On Staff Correspondent]

Mi Maid Department of desirability of an animal fora DELAND combination live- TOMORR 0 TV'S KITCHEN TODAY"
t.tff.In. liven purpose. Amount of breeding stock and poultry market is being
fad iced J. Beard, chief of general smoothness age I planned by a group of VoluslaCounty i
the ftmtotk brawn drafting andBlaadardliauen. sex condition refinement and ,I agricultural leaders which

UR>A. has breed characteristics are considerations will be located near the main II .' '. ,. ." .
atr4 la Mr* u official grader involved. highways and railroad near De- ; :
dfftn: th* forthcoming series of Finish! 1s practically' synonymous Land according to W. J. Platt : '
tirmorolrtttona mhirh are schodtrfd with 'fat and refers to the quality Jr. Volusia County Agent. " ':" T' :
Ie betto at MenUreQo July character and amount of fat The market will serve five *
8. and tftott at Befit Glade July in the animal. Internally externally i counties besides Volasia. Includ- j

at. i and both interand intra- I I ed in the group are Flatter. Put- .<. I

L tl ....... Uv....rk apeefat.hi 1 I muAcularly.FlnUh .Influences mere than nam. Lake Seminole and part i .. ,' '" :; .. l; Need no longer be a dream- j
vllli I_ MMiketlnr. bares. of Brevard.
point* ..* lint benefits from any ether factor the dressing I Citing the need of a livestock 4- -:'.' : t tit

M s r rUMtllkUUMi and trade meat percentage' t* bane, proportion, and proportion of edible of market. Platt said cattlemen had : :il Our experts will plan a ;i
11 < tattle manifoM."AaJmata I..
o are to travel at least 60 miles in orderto
various wholesale
ruts of meat
ran b* sold according utilize the nearest market fa- .
n..4 kitchen for that will i
.... value or their value ran t. the entire* carcass.* rBeard's cilities. ; ... ., : you
IE BMt. accurately l appraised." "And there is plenty of cattleIn
demonstrations in Central outmode the kitchen of ;
.*,*, "Barer ran buy ani- and around >olusia Countyto your
jaafc ....,. want without a< station at Gainesville. 2 dreams.
PJD.rt1daJ' -
thaw da net want and mar- pointed out.
1 k.i report' regarding price and July 23. the Gainesville Cost of construction was esti- r , -
livestock auction market at 10:30 .b
f fpto wa h* mire accurate and mated at $10000. the majorityof : ,
am. Monday. July 28. the Kissimm -
mete meaningful > funds to be used in building I 1t I
Livestock Market at 11:30
-Aee' ( rate trading seem as a1f covered pens and auction ring. I II
a A. Wednesday July 30. the I
estimated the market
produetten. breeding Platt
I i "
netting and marketing Range Cattle experiment station could between $12,000 and li
In Ona at 2 Thursday July I !
,* l*-is continues "andmakes 31. and the Everglades pm experiment 119.000 weekly at the outset with I YOU DON'T HAVE
poaMbi* more reliable com'parent an excellent possibility of more .
station in Belle Glade a2 .
of prices at different p.m.Friday than doubling that amount within :$ I
marketing place.* Aug 1. the first of operation. I I
t year
Mrew..er UM general of * -- : TO WAIT! i .
use ,,' Edward L. -Geech PartIn' "There Is also a need for apoultry --- II :
standard eUsstftctaUons and I
market here the county -
..as. makM more frasib! to successful calf roping from a I agent said because local I
bouncing jeep was a minor sensation -
ijni>t>ast animals without personal : j
poultrymen now have to use :
of the Silver rodeo -
Spun "Kitchen
have hundreds of
teiruMm. -rutaliy it all pro- here last week. Not to be out- I, truck routes to Dade City or jrw ._ Maid"I
VfM n bow for comp tn, sUUsti- Jacksonville in order to sell the I II '.. I
done Odis Ctraart talked of bulldoctinc -
cal dMa for ttudyinc tupnliet i chickens." I kitchens in stock-one of them is certain J
from in
a steer a jeep
demand prices, and movement of
conjunction with his rodeo In Among those interested in the
Mt"m I I!
i iCtowtfteaUon Webster. j l project are P. V. Proctor R. P. f to meet your needs and pocket-
( Bell. N. W. Greene. Leo Fugle. I
of rattle involves! I Elmer McDonald and M. S. Mc I t'< book. Call us at once. We will gladly i
grtiptA Bwstork according to Soil District Gregor. I ;
natural eharactrrI aUca, such M ;
peeir' tfatti sheep' and swine 1. ', NEWS give you an estimate. !
tee purpos or taro slaughter.. SetOn BRIEFS
.,..., er feeder' ?. for class I Icons Hearing This "U" type kitchen recently installed is a medium priced installation ;:

.4m... buHc. sun, by meisht or W that combines with of :
beauty a high degree efficiency.
an. .. .b.. grade (prune choice, WednesdayA :Texans Study Y
gee*. Mr I Itrades JULY SPECIAL NO.1 1
( of eallle are ...N4.askew public hearing on creation of JULY SPECIAL NO. 2 .
We Have Kitchen Maid Sink Cabinets In Stock : ''
tonU4rraltons: ronlortotaIIMI. a soil conservation district in Thirty-Seven 60" -

.atny and flnkh.Gmfennattea Seminole County will be held Fruit Prorate Complete with 60" Porcelain Double Drain Board Sinks With each cabinet purchase we will add two !I y
deals with build Wednesday at 2:30 pm. at the And best quality Chrome Spray Faucets and Basket Strainers :
0 prctur. a.. and shape of bone County Court House. plexiglass non-slip towel bars free. .:
A $143.00 Value-Act. quick $114.40 .
and die proportion of muscle tofu "All owners and occupiers of \ .
Ie. slaughter animal rontinuuaa land within the limits of Seminole pro-ra-
Inch enter the dressing Coanty and all other Interested 0 tion is being studied by Texas
1Ht.asau, have the right to citrus growers who are faced with
the of
proportion persons These suggested layouts-Your Kitchen L-shape U-shape
the problem of increased acreage PRICED LAYOUTS are ,
. Alden M. Drury. manager of
the Texsun Citrus Exchange said straight line, can be installed without delay from our large range of

in the Rio Grande Valley alone FOR ONE-WALL KITCHENS
acreage had been increased a stock sizes-with Formica Tops built to measure.

third . Drury said Texans favor

r, South Bend STOCK LathesIN ''u I, of marketing development"June boxes.citrus the growers to drop"answer rather less. of.predict will than.a than Meanwhile to Summer reduce four that year-around cold a production storage variety million heavy Arizona CD O J ILI11EE'LLlli [ ill 'fJ]

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SOUTH BEND PALE.>> Columbia.melons County are being farmers boostedby asa I I - t.

... new money crop for Southern J I riii Lirnj[ rrrrm -
farmers . For the first time :
In Florida history large four- I :

r.a afnaIw.aataa pound honeydews are being _
raised on a commercial basis by ,
J Onrille Sutton. young Lake City
i farmer . Sutton has raised 42" Sink Cabinet S'-O Sink Cabinet 9'-0 of Base Cabinet 13'-0 of Base Cabinet

more than 4.000 melons from a i right or left hand with porcelain with porcelain sink with Badiiluze Stainless'
I 2Ss acre patch. : on pressed steel and drainboards or steel sink and Formica tops
* I sink with linoleum or Formica Top overall Formica Top over end bases. And two .
OF TRAINS along I top and to" x 24" and %-15" x 33" and two 30" x 33" wall 36" z 33" wall cabinets;
PASSAGE Coast raise the water overhead cabinetComplete wall cabinets cabinets with three shelves. three corner shelves on .

table Uo feet according to Gerald I each aide window.
i Parker, U. S. Geologist of Miami I $130.90 Complete $193.80 Complete $318.40 Complete $588.15

. .. Geologically: speaking.

quivers Parker like said jelly the. earth's. The crust Lake All above prices include best grade chrome swing faucets and basket type strainers. of Some stainless with Formica steeL instead$444.25

; Okeechobee Farmers Co-operative I
this Summer from the
1 will move
I i
i Pahokee State Farmers' Marketto !
UP i
the Canal Point packing cen- UP

Smbf lUtUa wok ,fftrftfsfricf' 50ppf/ts/ for Ow 40 Years Ii ter. I

attend this hearing ,and .be -7.1
heard." said A. P. Spencer, administrator i .7. Q
of the State Soil I .
Harry P Leu Inc.
I Conservation Board. I Q
The action Is being taken in I -

OftlAHDOFlOftffiA I response: to a petition prepared by STEPS PHONE STEPS !1
interested landowners. 100 W. AMELIA ORLANDO, FLORIDA 2-2920
Participation In soil conservation
practices and programs would be I
voluntary if the creation of the BRING IN YOUR PLANS FOR FREE ESTIMATE
100 W. Livingston Ave. Tel. 9891 district is approved. There are I

approximately 40 districts now organized I .
and functioning in the

State. .
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i Page 28 : stir fi-unban frtnttnrl-frlar Orldndo, Florida, July 13, 1947
: . .. YMCA Summer Program

: 3wmr>Splf i ',.:'.. :'.3-t; .
For JayCees

Ic- I, Opens at Camp WewaThe

. 'Monday Meet %

A .*.*. >.1) .\IIolr.' $MI.... a fit 1f*. x1A 1 m A. 7 9 YMCA Summer activity program gets into full
.;. a it'ioMrr of Oi-nett i >> swing todav as 80 boys begin a two-week camping. periodat
..torr'rC1 twrA: ind mu' -in i- Camp Wewa.
.tU etii'fUitB mrmbtit of I Camp Wewa operated under full YMCA sponsorship
rOMMf in* fwtentn at Jumnr tfc. '.rtitmfepr....., Montf of- F yV Ii for the first time this! year, opens the first of two campmz .
soon t.ua..l...'.. tn**arrow at % i I I9j penoos today with capacity*
.re nratN.r M CbtmtMu Rkta registration and approximately I ond Wewa period are urged lit-
yarn i. umfaa. araaram rhauIVat half capacity for the second period Barber in view of the fact
-......... that
_I' I .a the prwwMa. ale bft : fE beginning July 27.. Dir. Leonard I 40 boys already are lilted. for the

) >< Jt.. Wttaan .!.. MM bird 'A Asquith reported.A July 27 date
.,. I full program of water sports I
.-" u rrMutt taw iraita UwiMMlMMl* lac .her UM beaut rite + .-y V F'Y Mi.Y'M I swimming instruction team .......................'
,.... games. individual competition nature ; r
< i* MMIM Vtta Anna M* r
\ Mlataa ..... has Meddled 1st. lorPi study first aid and other ,: RADIOS :
w per. &S less andlr of camp activities will >get underway I : REFRIGERATORS :
I !MWHM .).....<.IHI Witt offer a 4 f JY a qM immediately after the boys arel i i
ks1EEMr of aiairyani af aanc housed and acquainted with their j I r WASHERS :;
Mfr.. J..... ll..4 Miah. trv at counsellors. I : NEED
....** .edke. ...IH. file au... Stavros Demopoulos and Alvin I' REPAIRS? :
.*.... Block are sen-ing as senior counsellors : For Anlake :
TH araviaaB eat Iaebtde wrhP.ww with the following aides: : CaR ,
u. Taw .-.ty. Data.! B.u.foeNltrbt + Jerome Parker. Marshall C. Den- : BARTON'SToo :
) and f3... WMcptnac. i' dy Jr. William Uthlaut Milton
sad a ..uMfcar .( aUwr aged *oJd- ? Drake. Marcus Walters, Charles Benefit By Or 25
leIL > II'J ata4.4.Th Davenport. Willis C. Royall and I Years Expedience :
**. u. .haw put to a let n e +a / Robert Crandall. Nest to Colony Theatre :
-. tort an uw pracram for Ute II 4 _________) u Mrs. Betty Mrs.Butler is camp dietician :, Winter Park 95 :
and Clarence Johnson
,inaaiawi./.\c.*. .and thy I vaat Will to boar swore O&WI the oft _ 1 z fi r. camp nurse. :......................:
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> lawt "Oay KMM4 M' pr cranw -
t tt ,. at .............. oo Uw lunchaf . said yesterday that 12 of
1 c '1, preraaU. the campers this year are deserving
".._... Krttfe t.rmrr staff ( E 4M boys being sponsored as rye
......*r aitb. UMil radio.. Y members by individual adults.
........ and a.w ..r"". In .his Bors chosen for sponsorship
seai.r uar at Maryvllk ....* were:: elected b> a committee of o
.... I Iran.. I sill art a* master t ., 2 E the Y s Mews Club consisting of Today & sea
ftfMM1M, Leo The cen. Charles Halter and ff
II B, t"11 11 vnnat JavCe* prenli t %ic Don McAllister. Mon.
cr .', Tile: promUes &0usm Early registrations for the secLA role Wayne-Marl... BWtneb
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1 > Lk i iy and the E941tna11'
lI/ I I r-' f .Ix CAXTIXA ITALIAN 'Angel
Spaghetti and Meat Balls
j Chicken a la Cocrialnra Series--"Jungle Girl
-r r -I z .. h'.h theory Highway To' D'Agostifln Phone 5SJ7

SOO W CINTRAL: AVI. I .. Closed Mondays
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Lumber k : er :

Paint : I 12 45
Bolt Ho fliHj and Shloql (.. : t /NOw SNpWING ,
a i
Windows and Sa ht. ayl- '
Door and Framos a A grret, err ffary 1
/r hr thr ethers of Hub.yO.
7 Tht lou tj'
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be a very UBUtual amT rn'C:tatnI, 1
CO. lot poi< Am .ni! *'e h'ipe fJ'mtmt ASPHALT RUBBER O C&EX TILE 25.00 '
Our $25.00 Paint job Is only $25.00 unless you tS
auend this lunch.
I 131 1 W. Cora AT*. TtL 4107 ton.k .U / LINOLEUM AND BROADFELT FLOOR COVERING: f order extras::: our finest Deluxe jobs are also
.". ct. priced according to your order. la a see and tfittcrat roi.with lkcma' J

l !:-' N. Mills SL Orlando Phone 5246 5 62 W. Colonial We rail for and deliver. Phone Z-231
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VICTOR r: t i' :; 'L '..4 DATID 0. SELZMCK .,.r:;* ,
Oraite At*.. Winter Put 2 DOOM North of Orlando Ave. I ' ?
9 ItECORDS20ClOI. For Reservations Phone 917S ; 4i c.l..C6Ih. ir -..".

%'r I :--- - -- - ._- I r":.. ii i ay\ Tte..e M'fcheA Ertn! _
Mateyo Ab..ep At The .tech.w -
fte rJW e 4 r
Nr.t Shona ElverI =

I EL P A TIC i"X .
Barbecues Pi Rics Mil : I roar. Len a

"Dancing under the stars"BilH ,

Arnold a.d hit Orchtra Wednesdays and Saturdays

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&- Where 'Disermjn; fin Pea Ie Go..ecJ;> If) .JENNIFER JONES GREGORY PECK( JOSEPH COTTEN :: -- oxen I: S

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I 6 0 : BARRYMORE { 1
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Open 12r1S C bs ae. 14!
L. }
LOUNGE .'''' '" 'tOTI1 A CAST Of zoo '."'
FEATURE OF TIlE WEEK end .$..<. mf rd Rita* .twiit imitate-end AlUmonte-T.L W. ,n.... i J f ". ..J" : ..'<1 Ihmrd.J h .-- ,,",.. 'j ANN

Marc Blitzstcin O Beta Bartok DANCING TONIGHTLAXESIB'E l r Y r s'r i

Symphony: ft Concerto for Violin .W_......._4A__ _< :" ._____ _. r .
PARK -also- 'j
I Performances! Features begin: 11:25 Daily
The Airborne and Orchestra SU: P.M. ta It P.M. j "CALENDAR
g KNOWLTO.N'S' LAKESIDE ORCHESTRA I Theatre Opens San.-IU I Except Sunday)-1:58 .BARRYtEISON
N Y. C Symphony Ychudi Mcnuhin !>.: MilSaMk .1 OrUMl* .. Old Dixie Highway i Monday thru Sat.-19:li :31-7:11-3:37 _ I GIRL e t

__ _____. ._ _ I Starts Sun. PRICES: \ -starrieg
Orchestra Violinist with I Including Tax: - l.w Frere.
July 20th IAt'DIe-7k Wile., AfersheN
Leonard Bernstein Dallas Symphony Fl Cl"b PINE IT PNph5 doll Evening-- 6"li"go One Silt Heck! Children S c
Conductor Orchestra
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POPULAR No Coyer or Minimum Except Sat. 50e ..e .row Up. 124.l 1Ilmweso.r.ll

I W"' .r, I Wonder, I Wonder ....... Eddy Howard PHONE 5910 CLOSED SUNDAYS i wtar s i.JWtd
R.* Ti... C..k.f J.. ErfdV Howard II I WALTER WINCHELL: Eatrot Ne s Shah j 4,

T..il...K.i... .. .. ............... Vaughn Monroe I 'Funk& WagnalTs new dicksh eft R Morse! ""ay n f

Ceel1H .... .....................?.. Three Sun I'JA will include "hucksters" as a .' '
...... So..t ..-....................___...... Robert Memli synonym for advcrtcasing men.* ,!a,, ROGERS.
J. V.**. AIm ......_. Dick Havmo a <

Patting ly -.:.... _.....:_......._.. Jo Stafford TONIGHT TRIGGER.
1 g. ,'r.. ..'

"HERE COME THE WAVES"Bl.g T i ') oat t fs 1I in .

J.le IU. Sitttr .__..................... Mo n Mull>con "CARTOON" Real definition "THE HUCKSTERS": -. VA( t

Suet Thh't .__......_......._..... On*boy Copas V -Latest Weald News" A GREAT MOTION PICTURE! .
First fthow :4.1 Complete Show From 11:30: ..
mote .-.-............ .............. Carboy Copas Ckildrrm fader Tmrtve !. Cars Admitted Free -- i NENREID 01155.wort* SIEZAK fl _ol >-
De..'t U.$kI N.. ._.._ ....... ..._..... ... Jim. Robertson --- -- I PRISONER OF ZENDA5
I W..I.r ..-__...._._............. tieot. Woodson I I M-G-H Q\ill[\1 ill ift Meat'- 'nr CerroN
Yl StAr1ln Gary '* DUCK- I IN 3974 Blossom S. Oran Trail e:5: I presents } 11rQVN/CQlOVe/ \ fat's d ;

w. serve the same dcMc-'ous foods frcm noon till 6 that iii #

Story Light ... .. .RACE..._....._...__.... Wetter Brown g rrrnth Fried JUMBO you get du.rg: SHRIMP the evening. 51.25 i m f(f ) : m ftl\ r7 f( m m (rhymes I

00-tl the Rood Apkct ,____.__._. AINM Mi I burn 3 tu 1 with star)
I Cried For You .._.........- ...... ... Johnny Moore (u.! Doting; Room Only I \\J lJ! Ul 1 UJ Ul l ill - Oprrt 12c1i
All The W.,... It New ..... Herb Jeffries 1 '
The Street trot . Sir Cherts & the All Stars SYDNEY GREENSTREET-ADOLPHE MEN10U 1I HOW SHOWING
I i _- tp a+rK fhrNs ere. the old t
to Copsol H'e'
red bars


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BarOpen r Restaurant
I e .eat
9 A.M.rill 6 P.M. Till STARTS T ,
Midnight Midnight1)rke ""U. t ETHEL BARB w e?
.a..0 M eq SUNDAY, JULY 20 tD sr, ,
+ I In RestaurantON .......... ..ow. _... (HAUtS BICKFOW E ?
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Doctor To Open I I The Sunday Sentinel-Star Radio Program I Orlando, Florida, July 13, 1947 irq fhmbnJ! 'rnIinrt- -iar Page 22) l

0f///ice Here
New 1 The TMrtf Symphony or Symphony of the Bella. WOBO OM) WLO U2M WOUZ (740) CffiTRACfORIDASr [

5-00 Melodies _____ SI" On .*' New .
m t. K.. toy Franceaeo MaMptrro contemporary Italian com-
Uf wwrttf spend 4 IS Melodies Glory Flea Trio

Mi a/fs. M t tw prwuc c4 (yn pourr, met" Ms tint American performance by a.30 Melodic, Chapel in the Sky )
__ e1t i C: 0 4 S Melodic. Chapel la the 8y

.... AetM .ne CDS Symphony. under Bernard Herrmann'sd.rvvtton --
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'-110 FrethrterUa Hour Ore.n Rnlne .. News _h___-__
... samru.trwd. at 3 pin. over WDBO. Other selections 1 T IS Pr**bn..I.. Hour Onto Revelllo Crtia Reeled ... fJj'I1 [. J4

pS3.rtl.t IIIK. '.30 Decision Mow. _... Ori n Reveille NBC Strict Quar.
% /iude Uw Syrepheay In r by' Herman Ooett, the t..n lUf. Bob Jooei On n BCT UI. NBC string Quar. I
. rerri'.lht. I
. r shrAi :
00 News ...__ Chnrcb of Air World News B'dup
1 /turn hg .h J \'H.<. fey CHaferier.Bcrra I IS RenJro T.ney _.. Church of Air Lucerne Oo TimeS
.......t.r. 11C. S Rearm VeJ.e __ ftmntti Hour _. Meth. NIL Assn.S HANLEY POGUE
Mere Jak Canon and Dick Powell appear 4 S Joitn OB familyT.o.el Hour Meth. Mm. AMO.
sad t.t. avrOv THE QUESTION
allbltlwt. tr.ttiut/. at Dorothy lAmowr'a rue*** on Front and 100 New ______BIWe! Cl....__ Church of Christ.IS a 'fs
I Uitea to Urbert ..Bible Clan ..__ Church of Christ.M Would yon favor a Govern
: C-.nUr at IH: pm. over WORZ. Miss Lamour ': Chrtat for World.Vole of Prophecy Chosen People _
.rlll'' tdl. for World Voice of Prophecy The Harmonatre, ment subsidy to promote home
..,. .!.UJbr1I& _
( ewreot tat( accompanied' ,
... t- V .. t 0'.1 -L-i a iwm e tunes 1000 Newt _----_. Arthur Tao Hem Voices Down Wind building for persons In low Income ,

....'114It. -.-..dilie Ckw ChN('. Quartet and irutrumrcUily 19 1* CbUdenft Pent ._ DUM Four Voices: Down Wind brackets
. 1030 Volre<< of Prophet R lclnc Stand New H'.ihlifbts. I ; ...
t-- di aeR u. ky Henry Rweirs oretoertra.OtailM 1045_ Votc..f. Prophecy ReTlcwtD.I5t.&Dd Modes..Modern....... I THE ANSWERS 4 i ra, ,

.. eh Ur P.- "" DMMie. efcararter actor of sta ,e and it'11:1S:.. Slit Salt Lake Lake Choir Choir M.thocllaCb.r M.tbocllaCbareh h First First Pres.Pres. Ch'reb Church I V. II. Cole, salesman Orlando-

..II ..... Fb. .. iern plays Ute Igadta l rile in the new dramatic : Sunday Methodist Church First Pres. Ch'rch Winter Park Hwy.:
M retOa.mrr. Itr KeoCorp .. pun LAMea (.eWldly..v.r WtOF at ':M pjn. Jay JUtJ:: : : Sunday Methodist-Church. First Pres-_Ch'rth i, "Yes, I would favor such a pro-

M aM ....... I I'HNH' j,..iyn M emrre.Tkr 12-00 Gospel Hour Mutual MosU Show America United i'gram. We have subsidies for

.... ,..... f'. 12 IS Gospel Hour ..,-. Mutual Music Show America United .,.
tlrti else.
0 S In'Ie"a ... 1 everything
** f.nletaiit tram the ttudio audiencehe.r 1230 Gospel Hour x Mutualuusic8how U. Chic R'ndtabU "c'. '
1- Seas altrlvsrel T' nr' and 12 .S_Gospel .Hour Mutual Music Show U.._Chic. R'ndtaBle I'f \ and it would fie
(.,..., ... ..... a lkrrel .r.... sled rvmprtc t. "retain
I. u.c M
.1. ui __ the needs of the "
I 00 News Review Married for Lift RCA Victor Show :; :t
eels .kal ;.. bear. 1.IS N,,,s Renew Married for Lilt RCA Victor Show ." people better $ e

!.Hr ky Pniiy le and Woody' Herman 1 3O Hires to Voo .... Sammy Rays Patterns In Poetry ."M"4. ''::!:..: than the .
tM > are 1.4S_Hires to_Ton __. 8. Ksje-Fact-Flc'n The SophlsUcates .. ( present
pi'. "'tA Let r4' IMaU ttiTtg. .. .. fctmmec dertrte Hour WDBO : housing NEW president Harry W. Bower president John
.t- MI an over at S'OO CBS BraiphoBy Reunion .. ______ John Vandercook :: projects. .: OFFICERS of Central Florida Chapter ; ;

t M p m. The program. replace*, Hour of Charm 2 IS CBS HjBpnony Reunion _H-.-_ Sunday Matinee K. ; A program to assist W. Boone, secretary-treasurer; and Paul R.
3 30 CBS BrBiphoa I. theran Hour __ Sunday Matinee . of the Florida Institute of Accountants elected :
hwh. ,...... MI NBC Sunday. Sept. 7. Quest star 1 4S CBS SrmphonLutheran Hour Sunday Matinee .. home ownership Smock Jacksonville president of the Florida-
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Dtafta Lynn '" :. among yesterday. Left to right: J. Wesley Fly vice- I
1 artrvM-paMMM .. ,
-= JOG CBS Symphony Hoot of Mystery. Sunday Matinee ;. low income classes II Institute of Accountants.
: -
t'ntv' ..r.My *f Oura o Roundtable over WORZ '.11 CBS aynpbonv House of Mystery. Sunday Maunre . ,. ,
3.30 Summer Elec. Hr True Detective ... Author Meets Crlt. would build '* 1'
.' 12 M pat prMrttU a dtaruMion on Equality of Jl HJBnmmtrJtlre! : _Hr True DetectiTo ___ Author Meets Crit.4DO :. pride, and be a I _

:c:: -: UiutaiMMMl UMMHtuatUM. Speakers include Rob- Family Hour .. Under Arrest __ NBC Symphony Cole block to Communistic -

.u U, H........ U .f C chancellor: Robert Red- 4 4 30 IS Jraa Family Sabloa Hour Show.. Under L. sweetland Arrest Show___ NBC NBC Symphony Symphony ._ teachings. I think that Accountants Group Elects Harry Bower .

..r ,IM W pfo<..ac o( anthrvpoiecy at the university, jt t' "..._Harsch-Mewa' Lee Sweetland -. NBC Symphony everyone should own their own

and (tome D. Sted4ard president of the University too Silver Theatro_.. Those Webster .Sacred Heart u__ home and Government aid would

d.i III...... I IS Silver Theatres.flog. Webster '. Szath-Myrl ____uI .be a big help in such a move." Harry W. Bower of Orlando secretary-treasurer. Both are of 000 CPAs In this country. whereas -
WESTERf 0 JO Sound Off __ Nick Carter ..... Dave Garroway sh
i. = I.tfet..Ui the ('..k...... our WLOF at S p.m. _1.43_.Sound Off .___n__ Nick. Carter .Dave. ...Carroway sS : yesterday was elected president of Orlando. 50 yean ago "there was only A
aVaM4tl. aleteUpmrnt. f fire fighting --==: i Bernie restaurant the Central Florida Chapter ol Paul R. Smoak. Jacksonville: fraction of this number." He .*.
RMTH CRKIUnRi'7&SF1jWhWM new 00 One Aatry .___, Drew Pearson __ Jack Paar Show operator -
lerhalga.. by the I.' S. Navy during World S IS Gene Aatry __ Don.G Jack tsar Show Winter Park: the Florida Institute of Account- Florida Institute of Account-: tributed the ruse of the iimfrnifan'
030 Blondle _____ Story eroid' Rogue's Gallery i ants at an organization and reactivation ants president spoke on the as being/ largely due to the ita-
tar II. .... their recent drm.ntratUns during ,i4SBlondlo_ _._______ Grtst Story Told. Rocue's !! "I think that builders and real
O.F'I I meeting.J. practices: .ethics: duties and position of State and Federal to-
estate would advantage
I... !.... nt diater.' operators take -
TOO Sam Spade Mediation Board Stars of Tomorrow .
rfj"dMu I : >' Wesley Fly was elected vice- problems of CPAs. come taxes with their Incv.d
7.IS Sam spade =.. Mediation Board Stars of Tomorrow' of a -
\* Bettr Oa,"". singing aUr of Call Me Mister. 7 3O Crime Doctor Record Shop_____ Kenny Baker ____ i I Government sub- . president and John W. Boon He said that there are now 20- complexities.
and ArtMld .I1d m. thte winner in the annual 7 4JCrlme Doctor Record Shop ____ Star _.
year's :
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W i..... t.....t. .*4V :: -- sidy and run the
ThJhAud violin 'Wayne ;
ttes competition w1I1 be court 00 Corns* Archer ? Exploring Unkn'n King ___ I II .
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m-.5. = _. prices up. as they .}
air curbs
L\ I* _........ MBkM.. M .tar. on HO UM| Off WHh Mark Warnow over a:30 Tony Martla __ Listen Exploring Carefully Unka'n_ Wayne Front &King Center have done on the "f.,4'. I Accident Victim '; LUSTER FOAM G

IV ... ..MM4l.M .. TW. = WOBO at I M pm. Mew Oarrett sings How Are _'.t S_Tony....Martin ___. Listen Carefully. Front A... Center. ... GI loan program.If . .
I x M. abed./' -- ?4 Shilm:>nO for dots kills and repel flea tad Nek4.Featherstnrkin .
Ttittvc*. m Otoreo Marta and Rumble Rumble 100 Take It-Leave It_ Gabriel Heatter ._ Story for ,
Tonight the Govern- i
..* r...*. seer*.>.**> = ._ i Reported 'fair'i Krnnrlt owner .1 Bra !.*. keel h
I IS Taka It-Leave It. Gabriel Heatter Story for \
gR pwaAM v IMMAM ".% IWm i.. Eidus la featured in a violin-orchestral a 30 Strike It Rich __ Counter Spy _--- Here's to Veterans ment would step 't:\tJi .: \ i \ho*. Winner at recent Divines dog ..... It a.

E > ( l !." ..* M Mw IMI1vv = srtanuem.M of Why Do I Love You? _i458triteII_ _ Rich_ .__ Counter Spy ____. Here's to Veterans in and keep the I .' I enthusiastic user of Latter Foam.
John 38
.. a..II.r..dff | Avedisian ; Kelsey
cj "*...-- ..< it-ixnM -= l......... file N..T'. Human Itotlny l a. featured 10'oa Srmpbonelt ___ William Hillman News from NBC price of houses 7 Sold by Leading Drug Feed a.. Pet fires
3 *>.4MM tM* : ever \\ 1030 Jimmy Dorsey Or Orchestra __. Henry Russells or. I BROWER LABORATORIES ORLANDO. 11*
r I B S..h ... ...4 as.aw. > = at I.lf 11-.... rather Gerald J. Walsh of Ford- 10 4S Jimmy Dorsey or Orch.-New u u____ Henry Russells or. sonable level i tion last night at Orange Memo-
.-e *-. ..4 s. I-.* = o'News -:.: _::: Parade they would do Effron
ham l'Mlverlty' editor of Tho. ht Magazine isiur41 ll Sports News from NBC : !| rial Hospital after suffering in-
[ **sin ****.***...* ( Scores-News __ Dance Orcn. ___ Signed B. Smith more good than helping to pay
P.nrs w e. = tprakrr.UK poll: Dmneo Orrh __ Dance Orch. .. Coney Island Or. I I11:4S ; juries to the left leg in a three-
...... IeHaaa1e = : Donee Orch. ___ News _______?_-_ Coney Island& Or_. I j the high cost. Quality of materialsand 1
; Oabriel Heatter Show presents "dramatic car collision.
{ N ION.KtslR = 12.00 New Sign Oft News and Sign Off'' better workmanship by the CHRYSLER PLYMOUTHFRONT
/ A.b.... K. C : ,'I mp. i trough( the dark clouds to that brighter 12 IS Dane Oreh ._... I i builders could be secured with The crash occurred at 8:35: a.m.

4 S "morrow people' dream about. Over WLOP at 12 12:30:4i Dane Dane Orch Orch_____ I'' Government intervention." yesterday at Magnolia and Amelia
- pm. -150: Sign Oft --'--_ 1; A'"es. Other drivers Arlene E.
Miss Mildred Bradow, clerk.
Wilson 18 of 805 Royal Palm Ct..
I Colonialtown
Similar Dinner Served Every Sunday I II Orange County sac E..sie and Crawford Loan Assn Johns mts S3.0OO.et vie to JohnQ I Yes I think: a Government and Tazo Kawano 214 N. Orange ALIGNED-LATEST EQUIPMENT

Harrison et nx Qed $10. j subsidy for the poorer peoplep Ave., were not seriously hurt. Patrolman

DINNERJULY Court Records Zone C Arthur et al to John Q Hsrrl- !I would be a won- : W. W. Welch investigated. FACTORY TRAINED MECHANIC
SUNDAY son et BX qcd S10.
MADIIIAGC APPLICATIONS 0 P Swope et ux to Palmora Theaters ; derful thing. It
WtUoa Bruti Wtlktr. 4J. office man.aeec. Inc wd S10. would enable the { The tiny male of one fish attaches -
and Hrlea Randolph Waltball.' 42. Sarah LaBellman to William N' Garmany 'I A. P. CLARK MOTORS Inc.
itself the of the
.in a Jarktan .. workers with body
13 1 W7 et ux wd (10 "... i ,
Knerne W. Marcel 31. electrician. 522 William N Garmany et nx to Fir Fed ) small incomes to female and becomes in effect

Saved. .',.m 11 A. M. to 7 P. M. New B. Oocerd.Trk. and Helen Mar Valrntl. 23. I Sav and Loan Assn mla S10.OOO. I I. .', secure their own merely an external organ. 889 N. ORANGE PHONE: Z."..
j City of Winter Park can lien. :
t i Staairr Andrew CliffArmy., Set- j Knox Stores Co to Kenneth Miller claim I II : homes and. the I
$1.00 ..r. IU. and Edlla 36. i of lien. .A... pride of owner-
Ter Dial 2.3148
i Carl Wen et nx to Raymond Lee Caldwell -
I Janet Hear Slant. 31. railroad. 317 I! j '}fr.ship would make r r'
et ux wd 110.i .
a... eI: Crown ol Tumato Soup K rtB. ..d Ithrl McOarltjr. Myer 28.Meaoirapher Joel E Richter et ux to Marion C them better citi- t EST. 1901 I
..* PmM CGC'k tail 447 8. Or n I Brown et BX wd $10. zens. Prices on 1 1 t'
Ralph S
| Richter et ux to Joel E Rich-
p... or T.....$ JuiceOffMkffe sad EitreHe Tnut L Co Coo et al n valet Equitable title.Catherine Guarantee ,, ter wd $10.Robert . I houses now are Orlando's Pioneer .2 SMALL LOT SURPLUS SALE
L Cannon
et ux to Stephen RMagyar Miss Bradow too high for most
pM -h .rJuke Hyatt Ti Fred Hj tt. bill for I et ox wd 110.I .
Nitrate inalBtenaare. people either to buy or build and
W E Eubank et ux to W E Butler et '
....lftlElt Jea. w Waraca et al TI J H Edge et aL I ux wd $10. I with the loosening up of the OPA 57.15' UP The Salvage Officer.: Orlando Army Air Base, will aeeept sealed '
eUtaM far mi to ahow I DESK FANS
..... .. Os.a s.w I i 1 INSTHUMENTS FILED et Charles ux wd H$10.Mayhew Jr et BX to J P Ross rent controls house rentals will go -- bids for useful surplus l items on display in Building T.** P.
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et us to Ray Kennedy et
nx I sky high.
W.WerI Stfelliifli !i"et lli Llna$in.S Peese et al to A Z Carpenterwd BED LAMPSTABLE: located in the Headquarters Area, from 9:00 ajn. 9 Joty. 1/i7 *

a.. fI Jratn.r i fad M"W 10.I WtfUama rt us to Estrella L Coe Connolly Cloyd Gilmore mt* $325.Howell to Mrs W B I R. B. Tuten, salesman Angcbilt LAMPS: until 3:00 p.m. 16 July. 1947. (Saturday and Sunday eiekMtaLl *

aarft > <. Yatmf TOM Turkey. Cranberry Sauce I'. J *O i.F1. H.a. et al to 3 R ROOM et ucd Mrs W B Connolly et fir to Cloyd OU- Addn.: ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS RANGES Tim sale consisting: of over 250 lots, b for the general puhMt.
more Howell wd $10. I i iMarion
.1.rM Frwfc ....... Di imping. Apple SauceM..d i Bask at Ort to Lola Inv Co am. N Roberts et al vs Charltoa C '; "I think such a program wouldbe Listed are a few of the items in this sale: _
Eaia lav C* t* Fl. Bank at Orl mte Moran et al order. I fine but it should have been CONTRACTORS
Vlrfsnas ..... lA"fftOft-" Uta Uer Sauce .... SEE OCR FIXTURE DISPLAY
:Ma'Is no Inv Co to W C Leonardy et started six
M Ooaald .... et ax to Pattle M Morre or -
M...I atttfftj LMII: I 4. nd Duckling wd '111.I nx O sin O Kummer to Juniua Williams claimof eight years ago. ,., I Compasses Clothing

OvflM Ik O6ps, Apple Sauce I i ...PaMla.n. M Uorrer to U Donald Lee mtc David Hen. W Robinson lit BX to Alice E: i! Government aid ft .1..y Drafting Set Auto Jacks

cIIIfIIe: St ClMtre e- 1 Carl W Heppa TII 0 N Lytle et aj quiet Blanche H Slchtler et al to John Q'' to the poor .1.'
: : ..... Kitchen Ware Plumber SuppHes
Brussels AmeriraB Fruit Growers Inc to Max Harrison et ox ocd $10. I I will peo:1.\::1.pIe '.' I ..
Ytlllr Dttttrrcd v
Sprouts I Ka: ..laa ..< 8. crop lien eh and real mtc. I Winslow Ruby H et Patterson vlr wd $10.et Tin to John Pernn" quick end to .J. . : 'Asflleetne Office Furniture Tool Boxes W/Tods <
:s h1lr M ot BttUered Green Beans J C Hatcktna et BX to Luella R MoC I et ux wd $1O. > housing shortage. -:

,, II crr wd tie.' Grover C Benefield et BX to 8 M Ra..- I would be in favor +.,;""" Office Supplies Lanterns. Gasoline. Oil 1
ar..lt: !1 l *ard 8 Lre w Wilson B Walker.wd dale et ux agreement for deed $5828.
,.... 1UW. Whipped Cream !.1. I A T Anderson et ux to William A War- of the in- / Storage Batteries Skill Saws
i Harold D Harris et u to J A Pines et ,
rick tt ux wd $10.Stranc creased taxes ", ..
lt+e Cream ; U .u $soo.J : Stranc Buick Co v. Marian W Afall x Refrigeration Units Fire Extinguishers
I A Pines et 8S to Harold O Rarriaet Roberta et al suit to fcl final such a project "
lee Cold Watermelon BI wd 110. Salvatore A Cavalier to Ernest E'inDa; I would cost. I believe y Garden Tools Camp Stores .
| .C E Kroa et .x U Alma Rope wd U.I I
r Hut C.itfre Irrd Coffee Hot Tea Iced TeaRIAIIIMNR j Amt .L., Proatr to J Amy Rivers wd $IG.Caarl. et Lavick ux wd 8$10.Ftankel et ux to Elwyn Stewart |, that nearly Tuten .< Dairy Equipment Space Heaters t :
our/ WffK DAr IUNCHLOM'S Oilier .Mail et uz t* C C Clifford et ux,", wd S1O. i everyone would like to own their a.

.ta E: .S317.M.Ltaa ..... to A K Carpenter wd $IG. wd Four$10. Leaves Inc to Robert Pentland Jr homes and with a little assistance' Quonset Hut Warehouse Trucks :

Sarah LabeJlman to MorrU 8 LabellB Blanche E Wine to Ida E Sitter et al from the Government, most people .
power of attr.Joaepa .
mt $9690.Ethel
1: Restaurant Oewse J A Moo Singer
klwblark BX .d '10. Albert 8 Hodges to Fir Nat Banw at Jurnigan cleaner, Col- I 4 out of 5 who, ask K.for fc. \\otTO \
a loan at j
Q Simpson et al to M W WU-
Orl assign mts $10.
%IK, AMI MRH.IU4 U\UURUI. OWNERS llamt et .std' S10. Blooms Franklin to William Enslert etUI j lege Park: Personal; my answer n "Yes"That.s Gypsum Board Mauls
H B Oammon et BX to Jack P Bastard The Government has enough why folks call the "Y
.4 .... us Xo. A,.. agreement for deed S13.5OO. ; s
. Orante
I Man.
et BX mu 123.: French Lambert et ux0 Donald H ', expense now without taking on Small monthly! payments Up Stone Hydotite Cement
H B Gammon et ux to L Herrmann Lambert et.ux. wd $10. lo 15 mos. to repay on most loans.
- i 1. tl.Ooo.' Margaret J Sadler et al to W E Lord additional proj- ,",<: Complete privacy. You can get S25 Asphalt Rakes Shovels
L Herrmann. et BX to Jack P EasiardH et ux am. I' ects that call for -'::" to $300 on signature alone furniture
BX sm.Vmphny t Joe E: Brown et to Fir Nat Bank at or auto.
8 Hoff.r et BX to Herbert R : I.a I large cash out-
.Orl assign mt $ Wnte
or come Into
see! at the
11 YEARS OF Drake Harold et BX L wd Meidors 110. vt ux to Jerome W R Fleming et us to. Ernest P Pierceet !' lays. However\ I . address given below. If you phone Special interest to restaurant owners:

Alexander Webb et BX wd S10. ux sm. i ii would be in favor iJ '* A"et first! you can stop in to sign and pick I II
L F Tranthber et toE_ T Traughber 1
Jerome Alexander Webb et BX to Fir Fed i nx I II I II of a subsidy for < .. the cash in one visit. !
fed .. 'i/'pt'
et ux $10. I Large asscrtment of kitchen utensils bake orefiS.
.... thro
8a I Ida E Sieger K al to Blanche E Wingsod veterans in order '=
PROVEN Edith E Oliver to D C Duke et ux am. I by Appointment. Closed Sat.FINANCE .
QUALITY I Earl M Bullock et BX to Florence R i i I Homer$10. W Wright to Frank Do.asI I for them to build . . vegetable peelers dishwashers and steam tables. I
Bullock wd '
tlO.James homes. The Gov't 7'
brouth et us assign mt* $36OO.
I A Brown Jr' et BX to Fir Fed Harriet E: Mattusch Sadie Judge et I ernment could $ .. ..... CO
# SPECIAL NOTICE Read the Instructions
al wd 510.Clyde ,. _. Of Orlando and conditions..
W Null et ux to Fir Fed Sav | do something .: .. .
24 South Orang Avenue Bid Sheet before signing.
and Loan Assn mtc S31SO. < about
I 5 Stairway mat t Federal
R L Vaughn to Clyde W Nntt et BX sm. *
In The I
LightOf William J Mtugrov et ax to Leah F i the construction Jurnigan C Bakery" *

Brown wd $10. costs down if it wants to help. tss for tIIIa s7aad 1.saw......... For further information call Captain Darnell or
Be Their Earnings Celestlno Menendex et nx to Fir Fed The Federal housing projects area
Say and Loan Assn nits $3,000. them R-.J_m ..;."YES' Mr. Bethke. Phone 20761. Extension 1737
and of
En cine C Ramsay et us to Walter J good help more
Outlook, Selected I Krondrackl et ux wd $10. would keep rents at a reasonablelevel. Orlando. Florioa Phone :l. 1.* tf
City of Orlando to Joseph R McLeodet : "
' ux deed $10. .
Preparedfor Steel Stocks Appear Fir Fed Sac and Loan Assn to Thomas i i

I F Corbett et BX,sm.
Frank L Franz et al to Ida 8 Veaton
SubstantiallyUndervalued et ,.d $10. mi, nici. ru HEf K x
Louis ux McCrao et BX to C B Johnsonwd y d YOu CAN .ra ; x:;<. ; rAFr

! At $10. DINING 100M < RD A CDOPIE
"| j of J.A.Zf. : ( ,17.1' a
Beacon Operating Co to Florence OJenney PRIVATE EACH
I deed $1. NEW PAINT J05*
Present Prices. William C SpiTcr et vi to Herbert J yi COCKTAIL LOUNGE ylls WITH WHAT K '
I Benson met $3100. YOU SAVE
I W Horner et nx to T Allen Lancasteret Ile AT TN R
t BX cd $10. AUCTION
Any Weafher..wah T Allen Lancaster et BX to I W Horneret
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STAN COMSTOCKInvestment ux mtc $700.
City of Winter Park; can Iltn. 1 rIIII
I Alta C Lee et vlr to WiUUm B Keel

PaoB MS Teletype Securities DB 80 et Harry ux agreement Heath et for u deed to tS.OOO.Carl W Hylandet Enjoy a cool comfortable Ya- /

BM/ = lliW I ORLANDO 1.1.1 nx wd $10.Domemk catioa at ipeclal Summer \ .- '
1 Geraci et al to J 0 Walking rates. \

I M..r**.ntin< T. Ntlvwi 0....."'*. Inc. et al am. I :
J O Watkins et nx to Frank C Board- : SI.M Single S1.M Double M >
M *r AJ1.S.D.Day i man wd $10.Ae.eptaan. .
TSADB MAt[MO. m a n..a. nos.I Core of Fl* vs Oscar J : __ ...... ..._ _. _
Johnson et ux final decree. -


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3. Prrvtey with air. I! !I

4. Intttnf Storm Preftct t + ,
Latest Style 78 Burroughs Typewriter Accounting Machines.These .
5. Protection against> prowlers. __
machines have 6 accumulating registers and are used for making com Ii ,

{ FHA Journal.plete records on payroll. Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable and Purchase /,,,,,-,--.,--1:1.; : ( /

4 4 TERMSARRANGED Late Style 78' Burroughs Typewriter Accounting Machines. :7 <' : *;

These machines have 5 accumulating registers and can do the same workas r'm

the above machines.

Burroughs Typewriter Accounting Machine Style 76.

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: : I i try NUXATED IRONForecast

t ThreatCitrus Sa t W rr, a:.c.::=
paylsSuccess + i ar'xaTID s I srf'a '?::= ,a.a.Haa.N.,. :I

OrLt dO's first Dollar Day in I growers in Orange County should be on the .... 5ut M w.ra t..aV r.atr...r Yr..Miwwe.f... rstr.. -ce""I V"weROs'saw. Y-Y6L:

feu lean .M an unqualified meets a r against grasshoppers, "which are causing a great ,
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|AI the afternoon a random check farm agent, said yesterday. I
;f rtull merchants by the Sunday I Although no C; reports of damage in this county had yet
| received he advised wide*'--- ---
dlelod last
fcnUntl'Sur nightAn 100 gallons were as effective
as of
for a paper by W. L.|
agreed' that the shoppinzrrovda I of the Citrus Expen. !three pounds per 100 gallons on
t a cover crop where only the small Business
Were unusually lar t for Station. Lake Alfred on ;I ProspectsA
.* Summer Saturday. While them means of controlling grass-, ent.red-legged" grasshoppers were pres. penetrate ....,.. .( fcmmaaaprttpecte
r slaved ftrtiYlties for a time, F4r r and plant bugs in citrus Excellent C"ontrol'of the citron for the nest rwrat nun
UWT ptrked afternoon.rrrtlnent up again. with rigor plane.'r raphed copies of the.I plant bug with the same chemical Department prepared by Hat., _viatiMml d 11M 1 neoraHA......
to the late . I will be available in the | also was reported. largest Infcuti c..1'Ud.nee fc*
te from some .
** M "Uniform coverage is desirablefor ( oJ its aB term exawMwa
agent's court house office
UM merchants contacted follow I IJamra s fa I satisfactory control Thompson claiming
a Tuesday. I Ii
D. Keith. YoweUDrewinr II i Turkeys have been used In said. "Results indicate that a Reprints of filM Marmattw ar__
Co.' "We've had splendid y j'I uniform coverage of trees and available witheo! ctMrg BOO* ttrcelpt
and area with success In keep- | of request Write or calf
since we opened
crovdi errr I the grasshopper population cover crop has been more im-
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business has been highly satisfactory Baetzman said. portant than applying a large
1 believe l we are showing I' amount of material at any one
n reported successful ALLEN
Central Florida that Orlando is place. CO.INVESTMENTS
The either in a spray of dust of I &;
|u shopping renter. mer-i Dusting was particularly recom .
.* variously known as.
thefts really started something | 666, gama- mended against strong fliers suchas
Clarence A. Johnson Johnson'sHen's I or benzene hexachlonde.I I plant bugs or the bird grass- E. L. Kendrirfc
Shop' The day has been I hopper, with application best madein
Kk I gama isomer is the toxic Manager
wonderful and the ero..datuUJ
m the when ,
morning leaves are
bu The event has certainy and dilutions or sprays and j with'ew 511 MetraU BWg. TrL S- 7tPAINTS
wet and the air calm.
broutht people to town. I should be made of the per- - -.. -
of it in the material used. --
DickMii Ire k
C. \\\ Dillon :
bat been wonderful 1 minimum dosage has not i I
There a
tar.*Mt. In fact it to much better I I determined. Thompson said' ,1[
than we *i pec ted. It has I results have been ob- POt '
been rtally fine.* t with three pounds per 100 t
Walton McJordan. Sears Roeuck of a 50 per cent wettable I -..L'm.- "From the Wonder World --
[the stock mixture contained
|> ft Co. 'We had more traffic
than any day since Christ- I cent of the gamma isomer t, I I of Chemistry"A ..
JDU. II.was a huge success from species grass- I I
h point of view. Customers werebuying : I I found dead in a grove t t Complete I Flint nepartment-Ma.aged s
our fourtrons Salesmen Who KNOW THE PAINT
application at the above
liberally because the values t I Bl'SIXESS.L .
included the small red-
-i ere--in -town-- .MRS. EVELYN HEINTZELMAN [above] puts the finishing grasshoppers, the bird \ JOSEPH! BUMBY HARDWARE GO.
and the Florida L j
I locust as well as katy- i Orlando Winter Park
I and crickets. Two pounds per
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