Orlando morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079944/00229
 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 20, 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.
 Record Information
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: UF00079944:00229
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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Loss of Orange County Land Averted by Court Ruling :


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Rulers Killed .... Vet Terminal

.,N Merger Passes
Suit Praise Floridai

By 'Terrorists' i .Bond Cashing

| LONDON [AP] The British 4, rt WASHINGTON [UP] The Lower Chamber
On Channel Area Government announced that n Brahman CattleHerds Senate late yesterday passed i

five "terrorists" almost legislation to permit some

Recreation Plea wiped' out the nine-man government Pastures 8,500,000 war veterans to I Training Action
of Burma yesterday cash $1,800 million in terminal Set for Tuesday
Held Groundless ( Surprise of Tour I'
wHh a pray of machinegun fire L leave bonds after next Sept. 1.

which swept the council chamber KISSIMMEEAftertraveling Senators accepted the House- WASHINGTON [AP] Compulsory -
rnjj.kk kiss Of v.860 acres
approved bill without amendment of
military training
to Rangoon.
"'l .*.. by Ornj| County XIaJ. On U Aung San. 32. rear- >, J J s more than 350 85 to 0. and sent the bill to the all American males upon

wN. bsh, pd kr yrtr-rdv. oM "Hrong man" mho vas inline ii miles and visiting a dozen of White House. It was the most: : reaching 18, or after graduation
.. Ji k.BA Hr... VI W f&J W \1*J. .(iM to become<< the first Prime the State's outstanding Brahman important of several veterans' j from school was ;
benefits bills considered at a special high
.1ep.t 'teIo.E fwtfitM' kt4aOra . mtototer of the aborning independFii / herds, Texas and Louis session. recommended yesterday by a 0

w a PI..... .rOwale 0INr\ Time To Start War! / 7 "rs; iana cattlemen last week praisedthe The new bill would allow the House Armed Services subcommittee ,

t..... Plea/. AMSTERDAM: (l'Pl Reliable I vsGAPER. jI work being* done by Florida bonds to be cashed any time after I! while the full House was s

...... taMM wee oetf ...rtr* a a I d yetterday the breeders to raise the standards of Sept. 1. Bonds of about $1,800 passing a bin to merge Army and

4.4 ..M a|..........4 W r.avyBemtoel. Netherlands Government had the Brahman breed. 'million face value have been issued : Navy forces under a single co-or-
authorised Dr. Hvbertut J. tan The sponsored by the
1MMrIm...... 0.. sad I to 82! million enlisted vet i dinating command.
Mask acting vernor-r.eneral Consisted t
.... DII '111.. b.4e e ttewe r.. ., the East Indies, to "fl* the Florida Brahman cattlemen erans. Another 2lj} million eligible The 12-member subcommitteesent

..... a ...... of Cbe.M Judge __"." for war against the of visits to ranches in NorthCentral. 1 for the bonds have not filed to the Armed Services Com- .

N. fI11rM sM e ..... "...aHl Indonesian Republic any time Central and South flori- i claims. mittee of 33 members for action
after T.e.dav.eat da areas. The visiting party included {
ea111d ..... aad.alaM the ; The bond bill was accepted after Tuesday a bill closely following

Iratl Ae f'".aaap.t pa cps.u. nation, and five of his col- the directors of the American : approval by voice vote, a bill to i|i plan recommended June 1 by Pres.

Pt. ...... f.r .....c .. was leMuea in the cabinet were killed r /- and their Brahman families.Breeder's Assn. increase the subsistence allow- Truman's Advisory Commission on

and two others wounded. A guard a n c e s for veterans attending& f universal training.
Hat 1M ... .... M .. .t.. .. Throughout the tour the visiting +

4 M |.a.t.. .f ....... wa, also 'ai .wounded and the at- cattlemen observed and listened I schools and colleges. This measure | The commission had advocatedthe

..4 M.4**......4 area la ...kla trkrn fled unscathed in a jeep. as the Florida herd owners I now goes to the House. i program as indispensable to
The BrttUh Government's Burma I By a roll call vote of 73 to 0, the national security at this time.
.. ...... -
> Bi >l ia fa* '".. pointed out their procedure in
office called it a "murderous\ Senate passed and sent to Pres. I Approval by the full commit.
trl.N .. MM Her fw
--e /5 building up pasture lands improvIng -
/ I
attork- Truman a bill providing a 20 per tee was granted even opponents
-. J : their breed selection of
Burma apparently' was under a / cent increase in the pensions of conceding that at least 24 members *
wgtbe OatgMrwtalt T .a seee. ., grasses and displaying their Brah-
rrnaonhtp blanket following the veterans of the Civil and Spanish- favor it.
...... r ..tart' ilkM .kv .....Wi UMMent' u no news came directly man products.The i American Wars and their widows However the bill will not be

1011 .M ... wltrM .....< CMMMfMWf from Rangoon concerning the men visiting the State I and children. The cost of the bill I
acted on by Congress at this
M 1M .. Cfewt ra4e4 tfl toetdeitt except as relayed throughBrMfth for the first time expressed their was estimated at $28,938,600 for I

tL1/1/ta tar b.. -.t.4y S..MO.. Oar. Sir Hucert Ranee. ti y f s- f1 surprise that the Florida cattlemen the first year. unless there is an unexpected
Alas Ban "U leader of BurMa tI change in plans before adjournment
rte. tw tr .tw r r rM .MP '. Men est political part The r f fa had done so much in sucha The Senate voted 40 to 37 to i set Saturday. Senate hearings

... tllMea ttl.e near w uw .asMe Ant rMtot Peoples' Freedom I short time.
send a bill to provide special have not been held.
.. .d ......,. ....... 1I-.w eotlutoo which with has come Burmese into Com-f recent II I O. J. Flowers, who for more housing for disabled veterans II |:. In another move to holster effi-

__a w .... w 1M ttUaa/I.4 mynut party members and other than 30 years has been a cattleman I back to the banking committee ciency of UJS. fighting forces the

..Irfh ,.... sheet Bwmroo who contended it was cattle in and West the pastures Texas said they"these graze for further study. House passed a measure to unify

tM1. ... Ia1M .- raft working with the British to on indicates a lot 'of effort and I But the Solons approved by the Army and Navy and coordinate -
... tM..1 ..Mi01elan make Burma' a dominion within
MaetM SUITABLE NEW TIMBER AREAS LIMITED vote and sent to the House | American diplomaticmUttaryt
w .... II..erMls, tfco empireMeningitis . I [Continued en Pace 2, Col. 4] t legislation to renew for three years t: policies.It .

.... .... west
tar Itlla
t and liberalize the program of pro- : acted after hearing claims

.LU1t aerr tw ws tits PerilDiscounted Citrus CropsEstimates viding automobiles for disabled' the plan will help prevent future

tllll ... .....d aren't based Five-Year Newsprint Shortage Predicted ,i I eterans. "Pearl Harbor" disaster, rut

/b tlNig r wwAeatrMMLn. i military costs and curtail Inter-

...s elr..t4 Mane M MrMed e4 .wadary Mat ItMr ., Here OTTAWA tAP] Canadian* I.E t rf:20d! i Russians Shadow > service action backbiting.The came.on a voice vote

lows 4a.trse1. I.... ants ( Greeks Plan newsprint man u facturers, Heart I : Jap Peace Parley after nearly eight hours of debate

p111. .... be' rstt.le t.d from Reassuring tat e m ents Study A more J and months of consideration. It

...... r 11.....d. e.aw+ata sad were made here last night widely besieged with orders, of estimating Florida's citrus With Boycott Move ; now goes back to the Senate and.

14gtra ty..M.a following the death yesterday Larger ArmyATHENS are cautiously increasing Funds AskedWASHINGTON I crop is being hunted by WASHINGTON rAP An apparent in all probability. Utlmately to a

..... haw tftrert ...... this in an Orlando hospital (AP] The Greek Military production by only fractional [API Sen. Pep- the industry. I II Russian boycott of the very joint committee to work out differences

..... .... ....4 a loa. In 4t. of Charles' David Owens. 9. Council anxious to secure amounts and leaders of the industry per [DrFla.l urging a Congres- I A combination of Mother first international meeting call I in Senate. and House ver

t....4a ., .... ...t. .s.Us. from the YMCA croup at Camp borders against leftist irregulars. estimate it may be as much sional appropriation to finance Nature and human error caused an ed by the United States on a Jap i i sions.
I '
We.a, whose disease was diacnooed five before over-estimate of 17,899,000 boxesof peace treaty was revealed yester- As now drafted, the
as years
.... ..........1 .a a* area newspapers I measure
has decided to ask that the size ,
research into and for
meninf ls. causes cures the Soviet embassy and
a* I'can get all the paper they want. citrus during the past season day by ; would merge the present War and
...N.7q They are' of the Army be increased from its The Newsprint Assn. of Canada heart diseases said yesterday the and citrus marketing experts complain admitted by the State Depart- ;
I Navy Cabinet
( ... ....sl PN...,. GMntfl The Infection of a non-epidemic I I.I. an organization formed by I i money would save the lives of ,, the error seriously affected ment. I posts into a Magic
t pe. was acquired prior to the received for l Nine other countries were represented Secretary of Defense create a
If' W I..M sad Ak- Immediate Aid Sought. . the manufacturers to safeguard "many Americans. the prices growers
Ora -41 Dot's entrance into the camp. WASHINGTON [AP] The their mutual interests reports the I I their crops.A in the meeting in the State i I powerful Defense Council and a
.IU. .+M oe0asad WtoeaThe Prophylactic treatments of State Department yesterday 1 l Canadian makers probably will Pepper asked the Senate's Appropriations checkup of citrus shipped in Department July 11. but no Russian I! new Department of Air.
.. .. iWS.. t. worth are being given all Committee to give showed :
wr WI. q4 to $ f Bforrn urged the Senate to speedily all channels through July 12. including envoy ever up. Before final
I action '
the boys at the camp Cortf-on-Acre. . I S2.900.000 to the Public Health have not directly a provision
.. NMN I II aid funds for Greece and 'I { an estimate of 4,403,781 The Soviets was
I !
i Polity adopted and measures Turkey, reporting that a . yield from Florida forests Service to start the program. boxes consumed within the State responded to the U.S. proposal |I adopted against a "military
taken have been approved by Dr. Despite advances in medical and 11-nation conference "to Gestapo feared by some
Weather army is trying to "set up a yesterday was set as a State- showed a total usage of 83,801,000 an sofetu.
Wilson W Sowder. Florida State stooge government by force" In I wide goal by the Florida Cham- scientific research he said disease boxes. begin work on Jap peace settle- i by requiring that the Defense
OBM'tMl "'" \lriMTVCrocker health officer I ber of Commerce In a plea for .. of the heart and arteries is Last November the Government \I ment Aug. 19 in Washington or Secretary must be a civilian., '
............ ........... ...... There l. absolotelr no basis i for"rampant greece. fire protection and other conservation the greatest single cause of deathin estimated there would be 101700. San Francisco. Several other nations -
... sad 'u............. ....,. a ronw" that poHonveHlr measures yesterday. the United States. '000 boxes available for trade and : in the British block have 1
......... eiMed at the camp. present 130.000 to 180,000 or 200- [See story Page 10.] home channels. said the date conflicts with some
Theme" statements were concurred :'000. informants said yesterday. I I Holy Land Violence The difference Is( the error- of their own arrangements and I Jury Convicts ]
Jim Sex In by Dr. Charles Collins Additional military classes probably -' produce 4J49,700 tons of De..sprint 17.899.000 boxes and a flock of should be delayed. '
: and Dr. George W. Edwards city would be called. in 1947 as compared with Kills One, Injures 12 red ink for many citrus men. I In Slave CaseSAN
R/r1N. w ....t t>.... law rtt y! 279,000 in 1946 and 4.300,800 in Government estimators have an Dog Prevents Parents
ttf ..... .... c.pt.MMttt1 elMttt t I Continued Pace 2..Col. 1] I I Greek Army spokesmen reported 1945. And. of this amount prob- JERUSALEM [API A rivet mine alibi of sorts because drouth high I DIEGO. Cal
tarn ........ .. beep MYUa&IIe\ that strafing planes and battle- ably something in the neighborhood planted by terrorists blasted a winds and finally a freeze cut into From Discipling Baby API Mn
bbn esN sat ew.t.a Mother 41, Delivers i toughened infantry veterans were of 80 per cent will go to British military truck in the Jewish the early estimate deeply, but cit- WESTERLY. R. I. CAP1 Denny. '' Elizabeth IngaUs 62. was convicted
.. .. ,.. the U.S. quarter of East Jerusalem last of slavery in Federal Court
tM MM continuing to harry retreating rus men say far from almost 18 150-pound Great Dane dog. becameso yes
Own Child Safely American publishers who rely night wounding five British soldiers terday and
. rob** t guerrillas and indicated that million boxes worth. I II devoted to three-year-old Bonnie her sentence was set
beer aw.ad. aU BENTON. Pa. IUPI Mrs. Alton I on Canadian newsprint makers four civilians and one young 1 Leaders in the industry are I Munro that yesterday he was I for July 29. Defense Atty. Clifford
.. MwrM. ..teria. troops were deploying for a large- for that per cent of their Jewish boy. Earlier a terrorist attack and
Oe-x 41 and her 13th child around for ways
-a looking exiled to a farm. Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald gave notice of
..s.d mdala day-old girl she delivered herself' scale mop-up battle northeast .of i I I requirements, are expected to in Haifa had killed one policeman means to prevent such an error I Charles Munro said the mammoth appeal.
...* tltm been- during a nllhl-lonl trek through loannina. use up to 4,400,000 tons of paper wounded a second police- next year "because over-estimates two-year-old pup became so attached The prosecution accused .flS.
..... N arRItalw I this year and would like to use man and a Jewish civilian. I Ingalls of reducing her
Negro .
irt.1' heavy woods, were described yesterday ,I cost all of us many i to their baby daughter"he -'
earn ? by an attending physician Actress O'Driscoll To f more if they could get It. I f [IA Florida Citrus Commission kept pushing us around whenever -
E, ........ .a as In good condition. Mrs Oeu was I I The Canadian newsprint manu- Arkansas Negro Wins survey yesterday pointed up the ,I we threatened to spank her (See Picture Page 2)
.. facturers keenly alive to theI ,
Nld ., discharged' from the Bloomsburg.Pa. Take New HusbandLAS are 'large potential foreign outlets for for being naughty"Joint
slat a.%.* had IM fury plan hospital "Thursday. She I I I Auto Lottery Prize and the obstacles Dorah
was a the States citrus: Jones
I [Continued on Page 2. Col. 3] now 58 to akYeI'7whUe
.!. water Actress
tAPl Film
.., .. active
eb pre-confinrment patient and I HELENA. Ark. [API Tom Gra- to developing it as an :
I .. them lellwwa O'Driscoll. who lost hus- Fleet Rescues : a young girl after the maid
Ma. MtIM INI :, asked to be allowed' to return home.Dishong Martha a ham. Negro blacksmith won-and market. See story-page 27.1 \i
, apt .* nfIft'tIW a turn eo Uv band Friday will acquire a new Soldier, Sailor QuizzedIn received new $3.200 auto at a ;I 1,600 From Steamer i j confessed an affair with Mrs. to-
,I! .......> .... .* IAN to better thai: ; Confirmed one today she announced yes- drawing here June 27, Ted Woods, falls' first husband which resulted
tfcM Mir .... Ufct Mt thenMto i Job ., terday.' A scant 24 hours after Blonde's SlayingSAN I editor of the Helena World said Mrs. Manville Returns I! SHANGHAI [UP The U. S. Navy: in pregnancy
r paw .*..* a rout h I i WASHINGTON (API Appointment she had been divorced by Navy DIEGO. CaL (UP] Police yesterday. 1 To 'Lonesome' Hubby I reported early yesterday that U. S,: Her husband Alfred Wesley Za-
I .... tui A--' re ua ..t..p.ya of Chester S. Dishong as Comdr. Richard D. Adams. Miss announced yesterday that two I British Chinese and Russian ves- galls. whose fate on the Maw
United' States Marshal for the O'Driscoll said he will be married suspects, one of them a soldier. HOLLYWOOD f A P 1 Mrs. sels had saved 1.600 passengers charge was still in the hands of
.s,' ?... . Southern District of Florida was today to Arthur Appleton. of Frank W. Adams and the other a Woman Robbed of $4,000 Tommy Manville No. 8 sped backto trapped aboard the 6.000-ton the jury. made an impuMtentd
WI Si IM.ate !s:; confirmed by the Senate last i Chicago. sailor. Wilson H. Miller were being MEMPHIS [API Mrs. Lois Jones her lonesome husband yesterday steamer Hong-chcng: grounded 75 plea that his wife remain at libertyon
._ t rm rtithU The action was unanimous. j held for questioning in the attack was held up and robbed of $4.000 The blonde. English-born miles north of Hong Kong since: bail Judge Weinberger dW not
:: IM r ,-, I Tonight's Movies slaying Thursday of pretty last night as she started to drop,( former Georgina Campbell hereon Friday. decide on the plea.

ESL'ur/JL e%' .. GRAND OPENING II REACHAM Th. Bl1cuterl. 100. 310.S : blonde Mrs. Marian Daidson New- the money into a night depositoryof a visit, received- a call from
''' Hj4S.jrA! I ,20. T 30 9 0BOXY. I ton. Union Planters Bank. him in New York rnaay.. packed : Chinese Party Leader Crash Kills One Hurts 12
:. j TUESDAY, JULY 22 : Tb Chaie 119, 3.23. 5.27. 7J1. -------------- --- --- -- her bags and was on her way ,

tee.- .>HRiMjian e a .....>.''_.... .'I NEW LONGWOOD HOTEL 33 CAMEO. Tomorrow I* forever 200.t i setting a record for staying mar-: Assassinated in Car SUPERIOR.Ariz. (API One Ban
w=- ggf n ''J"30. 4 45- 1 u. 9 $0.i i AZALEA PARK OFFERS FIVE EVENT PROGRAM ned to him-17 months.OVERNIGHT was killed and 12 persons were het
r..a.. ...... N LONG WOOD, FLA. i COLONY Th Te rtint. 2:IS. 4:40. 7:10. SEOUL Korea [UPI Lyuh I II pitalized after collision between
ii Dott.C Room and Rainbow Lounge 94OORAVO:: Duel la Uw Sua. 1Sa. ...31.T '; AND Woon-heung. chairman of the.', a Greyhound bus and an tee truck
I Ii t I t... Feoda"" Rra onaMy Priced aDd ,O*. 1.31.a1ALTO: : Autmobile Races Are Expected I Laboring Masses Party and former three miles west of here.
I 1"Npftb' Served in aa Unique : Suddenly It> Sprint. 2:15.-: I I chairman of the Leftist People -
II : : Daytime DeliveryWhen
Atm apber1T 4 JS. 140. 10 20. SUulni Oa the Tr.U. '
Front -
s was
I : yesterday
110 3 >> I 34 920OOUI :
t : \ :: 13 Rue M delen! *. 3 40. 6:45.SO :. order merchandise I while riding in his automobile Former Senator Dies
. ,. ; 0.011' MiUtoos.. 2 30. 1.1;$. '.40: To Draw Crowd of 4,000 TodayOrlando's you .
HI DRIVE IN: riVBchmta s Creek I from Orlando -: API Roisct
M 1 1947 July 1947 APOPKA: AlmndXi RasUmt Bind.CTCRMONT 1'i stores specify quick safe Latham Owen. 91. one of Oklahoma .
I Margie ;: Stock Car Racing Assn. and the Exchange, delivery by Sentinel-Star I 1 I 's first two Senator IMB
Ma.atlegw 7 a AM JMM %. *Wn rV' Set DELANO; Joiinar 0 Clock. DREJt.SII.1 Club five-event card of stock car I II i \ Charter- JAI i
it. Mori Ov: Old i country co-sponsor a promising Express, the Jack Rabbit 1907 to 1825 died in Eaer.-
u..,. I H*.... 20212223242526u n'STIS. Th Tw Mr CirroU and skeeter races for the benefit of the Kenton Wilson]I II Line that leaves dally on Hospital yesterday.
HAL.SES' CITY: My Brother Till toBon. I :
w.e...:M' .. 1Mto I.-::: ... Fund at Azalea Driving Park near Casselberry at 2 p.m.toaay. !!,,! schedule for 41 Central Service dse4.k'
JUSSmUEE.; Child .t DiTert: Lorilid I Florida towns. . Merchants -
.. 2728293031 tears 'VI 6291 for I THE STORY BEHINDA
.w IJ LZKSBLRO: Boomtowa. TUX. Little telephone
a 1a ara : MIM Bredw Out of the proceeds realized tured race for skeeters and the Agent to call for mer-
1..1.-; P1 :: 11 I 1947 Jfcugust 1947 I .MOUNT DORA 611I110_. Thunder TJth I from the races. $600 will go Into day's top show-a 25-mile scram- chandise. BIG BUSINESSMan

I N .. I I SANPORDTh DVMI Shocklnc Mfg Pflrrtm.PRINCESS. the fund set up by the Exchange ble around the oval for stock cars. Central Florida Me *Mrfoesies -
!!:.... 11 11 r: AM dfai 1w. 14 TAw Tri Stt : Duxeroui Money The Pab.-.: Club to defray expenses of erecting A crowd expected to number 4 were helped up Mt la Mir
. I n .Iwu Sauna a home and adjacent work- close to the 4,000 mark Is anticipated Wire- _35 WbitGRIFFIN of success through the ase ar No
** g**** *S :a5M 12 I 8T CLOUD ion lad Lefra.WIMTKR I I uit getting dasaifed 1f".A4t/.
2! GARDEN The Mea X LanOEMs shop for Wilson who is paralyzed by race officials. Baits
1 g S jSSgSu' :: Utt'.e IodineWINTER below the hips. Tim trials, conducted Friday u l jour bustne'i by rrliat
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4w HAVS.X. The Gcorif
I The card will call for 10-mile t'n: :
Api.. qualified 21 stock cars for today's : 4161 4
I a to aN 1 | LAKELAND-POLK Flbuloui DOTItyi. heat races for both stock cars featured event but out-of-town E-XP-B =S :
'aa :c: 1 :5, 10111213141516) i!LAO PALACE; :Loa Wild star Btu Hickck Moonlunw: Tni YsatPatti. Guilty,;::'I and the skeeters. a 10-mile mixed I V.r wow.r ucr u.: aw.aa suer nae u....t t .AskforWant-Ads
a M ..: ;....- :$1 .1 t consolation race a :20-mile fea- [Continued on Page 7. CoL 9] j


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.... z -crjr> f :htbsg: 'rnttnrl. far Orlando{ Florida, July 20, 1547: 'I:! Five-Year Newsprint Dearth SeenContinued 'Mart Slides i: Truck Crash

Peril r State Brahman [ from Page 11' production by more than 15 per After Lengthy !
Meningitis I I I Kills Youth' Here

needs of U.S. newspapers, lead cent.Numbers of his associates: in the Trend Upward !
I t __ __ Cattle Lauded ers in the industry insist and they industry are doing the same thing ,I
i : are fully aware of the Importanceof he said but he added that he NEW YORK tAP The stock Raymond Joseph Beleek, M

Discounted Here Texans i the U.s. market. But they are doubted the overall result at this market stumbled during the past Route 5. Orlando. was fatally injured
By sticking to the policy of cautionas materially"
time would "contribute week after one of the most sub- last night in a two-truck
to productive capacity and of towards satisfying the demands two-months' recoveries In
.<........ free r.f11 It. Mp | [Continued from Pare 1)] collective price setting and allocation of United States newspaper a long time. Bonds trailed with accident on S. Orange Btoeaam r

hard work on the part of the cat- of supplies they say largely publishers for more newsprint.This shares to a lesser degree while Tr. and John D. Powell Nacre
p ""M. epeal yeatertfay tlemen here. Furthermore manyof because of recollections of the col- manufacturer whose commodities soared and relapsedat 843 Short St. was taken to county f
.. asap at the camp and were lapse 'which followed wild prices intervals.
these herds are with the best echoed in oth- jail- -
of indus- were
and the
tr'ar.9l.fd to tM office of E. Lh I over-expansion
anywhere. I try after World War I. er quarters of the industry said I Monday was the best day for i! Florida Hwy. Patrolman L. R.Marchincton. i
ew+ YMCA Camp Cetnmlttetn Gall Whltecomb. vicepresi i the Canadians are doing everything the stock division with activitythe wbe ttmerHaul
.... a Actually, the Canadian news- they feel Is humanly practical most pronounced of the
I .
dent of the association, after looking said that with M&b..,. cuing I
T nc Mess vat the ten of \i print tycoons say it would be and sound to protect the week.
U .,*s Mrs J B Owen. 2204 over a steer at the Durrance difficult for the industry to expand U. S. market because it is "their Buying and short covering were driven north the crash occurred
., MmiitaM Dr He be. Ranch at Brighton said. "We production In a hurry' by life blood." I credited mainly to rising inflation after Beleck.: driving a ptek-up
i.t; Tttur..sy enini, and Brahman to fair great amounts even If it wantedto ary psychology based on the wage- truck signalled make a on ,
must get this our
} "We know perfectly well that into a filling station opposite
.,.w tu Mtawetf U* next da do so. price spiral. From then until Fri-
in Dallas next year." the newsprint industry In postwar the Duck Inn.Marchinclon.
t t. downward as
Is the was
vt !state at t' day course
...... Wt." .e the hours of 11 Florida cattlemen were also At the end of World War I. the Europe is getting back into busi- speculative contingents cashed in arrested few**,

'. ..sadat acid II ant. XtoodaT I complemented highly on the fine total Canadian manufacturers of less than 800.000 had a.' ness. and we don't want to lose on the Idea the exceptionally who was turned ever te ihciMfi
...w nse ....... K will be ..rntPMwM conditions of their barns. pens tons yearly.capacity There were immense any more of the American market ,! lengthy upswing celled for a siZ- deputies Don Butler and Walter I
to the Europeans. more especially
Kv be ratrrh" 1 /UI able technical correction. Bahr.
and fencing. Aside from this the forest and
.' N.M forrvKe and interJ .. areas hydro-power resources -. as we are perfectly well aware the Dividends and earnings still
Texas men envied the Florida awaiting development and sellers' market won't last forever." The body of the victim whe

es: ,.. .*.if.M7 letters. tent toe I breeders because they had so much Canada's provincial governments Thus, he said despite pressure ; in were addition helpful but to waning doubts tax regarding hopes. was dead on arrival at Oranie
aa ... SO key* at the water to spare. 'were eager to encourage this. 'and tempting inducements of as business and international affairs, Memorial Hospital, was taken ft*
C"\II...IT frem the Orlando Afton Burke, president of the ''i Under pressure of the buyers much as $250 a ton the Canadiansare I chilled sentiment.On the Carey Hand Funeral. Han*.
..' tnr'te 11M acme from association along with the othersin prices zoomed to $112.60 per ton generally hewing to the line the week the Associated His parents 'whose names wet* 1
1t. .... .....It Winter Oardea 4 t. the party commented more 0 of newsprint in 1920 and there of allocating: production to their Press 60 stock composite showeda not learned were said to be reel-
It '.* fart and Melbourne, Mid: i if than once during the tour that were wild periods of stock flota old customers on the basis of past net decline of .1 of a point at dents of New Jersey. l
ineylUMin' was Immediately the Brahman breed could still tions and development of new records of purchases. 67.2 first drop since the sharply Earl Nelson. 15. Lake Oea..*? j
t; -" .tth at\.rs1 of the lead a '. stand improvements. He contended : paper mills. Canadian newsprint' manufac- slumping penod concluded May section riding as a passenger wttfc !
tr c r" > -iana ef Orlando as to however that the Florida Now the Canadian newsprint turers are particularly touchy 17. The comeback started from Beleck. was uninjured ;
a... eewree to pursue and the Brahman woners had proven their Industry has a total productive about charges that they are making that date and. with scattered interruptions E. O Duckworth. Justice of the
..>et .a. wunemous that the desire for improvement by the capacity of 4,349,700 tons but "enormous profits" and taking the overall index Peace said death waa due te a
-*.. .he M eeelBnw. but that as CONVICTED IN SLAVERY CASE: Mrs. Elizabeth Ingalls shown continued cross-breeding of the there are timber limits and fewer advantage of the present shortageof climbed 9.2,points up to last Monday fractured skull and a broken .eek.

r- 1.; ,. *riie meaeurt the boys obov with her husband, Alfred Wesley Ingalls, yesterday was i animals. as 'well as other experiments power sites suitable for new paper to "get all the traffic will or. in terms of quoted values Highway Patrol meeeumaenta
.*i (.... amall doses efn convicted in San Diego Cat Federal Court of reducing her i' mill construction or feasible for bear. about $9 billion later indicated that the rear truce' :
+.iae.atme fer feur day with 1 Burke also expressed his appreciation : i new mill development at present II I i R. M. Fowler, president of the Volume for the week of 5.938- skidded more than HI feet after
tso.t. .... rteduu twice dally.fannette Negro maid, Dorah Jones, to slavery. Her husband's fate on to those who made I costs and prices leading newsprint Newsprint Association of Canada. 973 shares compared with 6096. the crash hitting a telephone pole
similar charge remains in the hands of the [See these charges and turning completely around.Carey .
expertenee tahe a jury. the trip possible for them and i manufacturers says recently asserted 789 the week before which was a
rev nHewiJ that no rae' de- Story on Page One]. urged a continued Interest between 'i were based on "distorted and Incomplete top since the 6-day period of May
it..... a M ic the men who were the Florida Texas and I I By suitable timber limits, news-' reports. He said the 24 On Thursday the millionsharemark Hand Employes
Hen tntt entt after expoatirt. . I all other Brahman groups. ;: print industrialists explain, they Canadian newsprint mills are indeed -
i repert from the Orange 'GAD THE BLIGHTER'S DRUNK!' i 1 mean areas where there is enough than was bettered for the 12th
I County The "making more profits Donate To Blood Bank
tour began in Ocala Tuesday '1'timber sustained basis to straight session, a record since last
aHa writ shoed that no ether on a they formerly did. They are also
and ended in ''
Brighton Friday. December. .
M** e< nvrat&cttU art present I Justify the heavy capital investment making more paper.II Four employee of Carry Maad
Herds visited
during the three Rails pushed Monday in
'' up
required for new mills. Funeral Home each donated a
the ewr 4y Gallico's British Social ': day tour were those of the Norris
of and
of hopes freight
that the
added capacity passenger
Provincial generally blood
governments Orlando
Tt H IN fretot ef UM Camp Cattle Co, Anthony Farms at pint of blood to s
'1 had b Increasedby rate boosts with steels, motors
r -nm ee. u wen aa an phy.s Ocala: Henry O. Partin and Sons. I are Insisting that only as much the Industry en bank yesterday in an effort: t rebuild -
wood be cut Is replaced by "expenditure of large sums toI oils and special industrials following that wa
s tana rentulted. that the boys o can as the local supply
Kissimmee L. S. |
; Harris.
1.re ..,. m ramp under the super- Polk Brahman Farms. Winteri ; 1 new growth. I Improve operation efficiency"and depleted m minting the injured
Debut Goes in SmokeI i tbat costs have risen both A number of extra and increased
/tree ef the retutered nurse fat Up Haven; Frank Bass. Russell farmer Some of the manufacturers take in the recent Melbourne air crash
.e.*. 4 WM put en duty 1&t.nJ.. ; Wauchula: Stuart Brothers the view that there Is nothing in in the mills and in the 'woods. disbursements spurred individual Those contributing mere. Rueaeil

U* tnat tnetr prephyUetle treat- i I I Bartow: T. P. Chaires. Bradenton; the existing 1947 price level of An Independent source said a favorites. Turnover was 1,660,000 Cole. James Hawthorne T. Z
Net rn prwbabty. be carried out PAUL GALLICO Milton R. Thomas Sarasota: John $90 per ton for newsprint delivered 1 I I study of the balance sheets of 19 shares largest since May 19. Meeks Jr. and Jerry Wataoa. .
I ft t t1/4IX than at home. LONDON Your British cousin is an inveterate dresser- ;, H. Turner. Arcadia and Durrance in New York to attract speculative leading Canadian pulp and paper While a number of pivotals con-

**r.e camp wilt W b4te4 dally upper in the sense that he loves nothing better than a : Ranch. Brighton.Auto'Prices. i capital for new mill expansion I mills up to 1947 indicated that tinued to record peaks for the yearor SELLS HOC +E FOR IWoG
longer in theTuesday proceedings 'C-! To
fer .... dale .r a phrttcU* fare pageant fancy-dress ball or costume party where he can as after World War I. 'they now are making approxi- losers prevailed at the close TOLLAND reward Macs she offered raise far
Then upwards $300
.ke. a... .f tae ..,.." don doublet and hose, or encase his person in an assort- o o prices whipped mately five and one-half times money
from $42 a ton In 1915 to the The pace slowed to 1180.000 the return of her muHtnc pet' dot.
Tse euap to net under ouarantt ment of old stove pipes? pie plates tin cans and other $11260 level in five years. An Increase t the profits they made in 1937. shares Offerings again reduced Mrs. Harriett Peas of Tanned derided .
-.. a4 patetiu wffl be free to antique hardware and come i | of 165 per cent. ,' This source said that the mills leaders moderately Wednesday on to sell her house The dog a
|.M I eat J afternetn today Although 'in question paid an average of 1070.000 shares Liquidation was Pekinese named<< Cheertc' wu
U his Illustrious ancestor Sir in strange land, came arrayedas : Now prices have risen from half three four
a to
two and or
I a dealings for 1C
fartriM ere eftefed the pnvllete most urgent Thursday but Mrs. Pease pet rears
i Dlthertnrton! Bulcewesklt of Cold- of olde virtue of S50 per ton in 1912 by only 80 times :as much for their wood as
It *>tn4ra.l jc boys only one a knight by a To Be HigherDETROIT held to 1,110,000 shares. 'Ib-
cent to the $90 level in a
Jt.u had Wt last a1the. him-oa-Rye. collection of Ironmongery that per I' formerly In addition labor costs day's average dip of .5 of a point
I The preaeM trop' U scheduled Hard times or no. there Is otherwise decorates the wall of I I period."And" in the woods were up as much as was the widest since July 9. Declines I 1I
{13 resin at Wea though July scarcely a week without rAP Most 1948 model said the president of one; 150 per cent above 1937 figures ranged from 1 to 4 points. I I Ii
.., passes my study. of Canada's largest newsprint enterprises while labor costs in the mills averaged -
I her been no change taIIM passenger automobiles are likely I In the concluding session the direction i
le out a second camping some one retting his picture In the This included helmet and | to be higher In price than cur- who asked not to be 50 per cent more than in was cloudy until the final i Keystone

;.ne4 there that day, to nmrOqb papers dressed up in fancy clothes( shield two-handed sword steel rent models. quoted by name "If you think weweren't 1937. hour when oils, motors rails and t :
Auf, It. enacting Henry the VIII or Edward This is the opinion of many I making a lot more money The newsprint Industry of special issues were given a run-
gauntlets and tin pants, worn industry authorities. They assert per dollar of Investment at $112.50per Canada in general takes this Turnover dwindled to 920.000 I
the Confessor, marching in a up.
Earl Named I over a red silk dressing gown that aside from increased labor : ton in 1920 than we are making line as expressed in a recent shares a bottom since June 30.G".I' Custodian :
Kipp !I procession or taking part In a tied at the waist with a dog and materials costs, the outlay o at $90 per ton in 1947 you are pamphlet distributed by Dominion -

I Tillage< pageant to commemorate chain. Brothers, GanIco was I' for tools and other equipment to living in a dream world" Securities Corp. Ltd.. one '" MANGE"
\ To Head Crippled the founding of something or I produce the re-styled and post- The Canadian newsprint man- i, of the leading Canadian investment CHICAGO (CPOMH. High Low C'eMWHEAT i
something to behold!
I war engineered new models will ufacturers in general argue that : houses: Funds :
1\ Aid 1 Organization i other. The ;yacht being anchored In : make it Impossible' to hold to the most economical and effective i "If newspaper publishers want July u______ 232' 23121. 232H 2371.
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I | The British have a definite flair : SeP 230H 235 23O Z34Dec.
of at the
;( mid-harbor we had to be ferried present price levels.! expansion capacity pres- low newsprint prices they must ________ 223. 224 223%. :232H:
: tl ItlAVII. API Earl ion of OrUnaupemeer for this sort of t.h1nzhich reminds i I i i By all present Indications most ent time is by improvement of be prepared to expect; diminished itch ________ h __,u nnq.t'd STAN COMSTOCK .
i ) ef education for to the party by dinghy. ApproachIng { ___ 231V. 2261. 231
Mn 226S
CM-anee CcunT me that your correspondent I[11948 model cars 'will have added existing mills. The Canadian industry production x x x. If increasing CORNJuly '' u 4
I ,.s e-Wf't.-4 has not. and the one time he was the craft your narrator don- 'i features to Increase manufacturIng its representatives say. is supply is their main desire. then _______ 213. 215" 213'. 218. Investment. SeemneitiPboa
I"fl- ', ,I ned the helmet increasing the costs and the cost of machine : currently spending "many millions publishers must be prepared to SePt.. ____n_ 202i, 2M' :2O2 308 CM4-T.***rp M MRepreienttac
iia"'the Ann. ,tot*"r totted to one of these costume dramatic effect of his appearance tools and other plant equipment of dollars! on such expansion. pay prices which will stimulate Dec ____ 176'/180\. 178'1S4'. 176l 180 184 1391.V Orta...
\ hrtppted ChtUOva shenanigans he was not exactly an but regrettably cutting down on I I I reportedly is up two or three times I One typical newsprint manufac-, production and maintain a healthy MOATS- .
T Raison O'5S.
and Adulut unqualified social: success. II i iI wi f his vision so that the first thing ,I' over pre-war levels. turer, who likewise declined use of I manufacturing industry x x x x. .JolT. ____________ 11'99'., 101" "s;. iOO'leept. 93'.. raC.Meeib.r *
933. 91i.
I t h I This one wa the annual I he did was to come within an ace : his name said that by overhauling Newsprint consumers cannot have Dt-c. ____ 10 91... 90 91Mcb
> t ortan.ti.ion's There will be features I nU '
annualiBtttfnc dress party given by a fanC7-1 I lof falling OA-erboard on trying to i jI some old machinery installing new both low prices and expansion of ___Un_ 90 11 90 91 NJISOfie
such as automatic drive and __ _._ fine ".
14.7 81 U117'. 89', j
here lady: aboard her yacht anchored transfer frfcn the dinghy to the !I I equipment and generally speedingUP commercial supply; one objective BAJU.ET-u
I l I gearshift, added to -
"rdayIDpp in the harbor of the little English yacht. I II models a number the process, he had Increased LI! contradicts the other." Dec - -- ,n _____ _n__ UI
fj-feed4: } fishing Tillage where I spend my i I I I I Alert and willing hands seized. may take or leave the as he car chooses.buyer -- '
>r It M Brtotolf Summers at which the guests me and prevented this-a grace-- ,'I I
OataearUe.uuned were invited to collect and meet for had I gone I would be there. It Is a fairly safe guess. however -
honorarr | King Neptune at the odd hour" of ,i iI j yet considering the amount of i that there will be a ready ,
vetidraCVWepreeldenU eleven in the morning In sizzling o metal I was carrying. However demand for all the optional equip HOW
]Jaslarn.d I mid-July. 1 they got me squared away and I!I ment features the Industry may
were Roscoe BnuuUttcr.rud .>I After three years, your reporter I I I once the dinghy was made fast bring out.mummers. :gESITGET $200000 FORD ?
rud Thornton. Prnaacola: achieved the distinct social to the yacht more willing hands TO
IT o r. a. Rfley. JackaonvUle. and achievement of a bid to the brawl I boosted me up. There was a mild already gathered on the
Bheraaa K.. emit Tampa. and. determined to make good 1 patter of applause from the otherHere's deck as I came aboard and th*

dear old lady extended her hand
and cooed- [WHEN OUR PRICE IS $1,347.00] ;
"Welcome to King Neptune's

I ,, Court. Sir Knight. His Queen ,
II greets you." ,
I I I could hear Tier aH right but "It has been found that in
I couldn't see her. In fact. I "Once a car has been sold to a customer "Thousands of low- tome ;

Your New Proctor couldn't see much of anything the dealer has no further. cases, individuals: I have bought as :'
because the mileage cars have
visor was down and
how in the hell those guys could 1 control 1 over what happens to it. If many as ten new cars from as man :

fight shut up In those tin pots is I it turns up a few days later with a been driven to Florida different dealers, and resold each i

TOASTER the more lamentable than Im consequence ever know of but the I racket price tag about all the original I and California I for several I hundred dollars more:- .'

SJLLY partial blackout was that I missed dealer can do is storm and fret where they bring fantastical than the original dealer receivedand
rid, missed her missed King for them. This condition is becoming
take another look the
Neptune and. emitting a muffledcry at i I II I ly high i :
of "Greetings to you. oh. orders he can't fill." 1 a serious threat to the reputation
ATlc Queen!" fell through the glass of honest dealers."
skylight of the yacht with a mag- -AUTOMOTIVE NEWS.
HEAVILY CHROMED! nificent and resounding crash -JOHN 0. MUNN. AUTOMOTIVE NEWS.

disappearing from the view of all.
.. ..
tkf .ONtV mSTtl WM -- M
..... H w ew..' What saved me from Injury was
c....rtau.-a. wN w MI s.. ...... the fortunate or unfortunate fact

0-I. 1kt.: .. o'f = se.Mw--::.Vw that the table bearing the collation -
".. w ... .. nun..r .., ; I consisting also oddly
:.O.t.ATrou-.5 t.. :.. !M.Mtrt ..-., enough considering the hour of WE ARE DOING! SOMETHING ABOUT IT!"! i

.." .. c_ ...... ice cream and sponge cake, was ,
Male 0. ....... .... N directly beneath the skylight.
:::M.;'tndt._.'.-., he NOCrotw Considerable Indignation was expressed We do not propose to sell a new Ford to anyone who does not !

wr -.-.. ......... over the fact that rescuers '
j' ... claimed they found me dancing need it and who intends to resell it. Therefore the following ;
: .. .. i
u tAU Are '
I g eer..w.a t.....f4I ....eMr.ANai amidst the refreshments. I was I I I
........ .. not dancing. agreement will be required on all deliveries of new Fords. This I 1
......... w .N !
--.t'ww9"w, 'r:' quart Have of yon cherry ever tried Ice cream shaking out a is being done as a protection to the public, and any damages I

I h .4r..t .... .... of the leg of a pair of cast- collected will be donated to the Orlando Community Chest 11

". e :.+MM..wet-... iron breeches i

This contretemps besides ruining Inc.

the spread did very little to
Increase my popularity. Sir t

Knight was escorted back up on
'. deck and left to simmer in the t
sun with nobody speaking to him. t
i Iti!! I while Pirates. Gallants. Kings and
lr .. Queens were rowed out to the AGREEMENT'
yacht and welcomed on board.
QUANTITY This social ostracism saddened

1 me. and thinking to return to the _._..__...1 1 agree that I will not sell, barter, trade or assign said automobile to
) UMITEO t I good graces of my hostesses with

BIGSTORES I a little their amusement entertainment.I had devisedfor I produced any person within six [6] months from date hereof.........._......and in event I violatethe

,. I a the thin-stemmed stem Into my pipe.kisser! introduced terms of this agreement, I will pay to Heintzelman's, Inc., the sum of Five Hundred

through a slit in the visor and lit
I it. 'Dollars [$500.00] as settled and liquidated damages ____..
I heard someone say "Oh I say
.I look there at Sir Knight. How'

jolly!1" when the final catastrophe --.-- ....
M ASSOCIATED'S si 2 95 EASIEST TERMS i i I, Inside struck. the There helmet.was no The ventilation smoke [Witnesses] Purchaser;- --

I went in and stayed there. Also it '

IKE. IN TOWN I i was hotter than Tophet. After the I
. third puff Nature asserted her- i
1 1 self. Sir Knight became very ill. i
Someone said. "Oad. the blight- 1

!I Ia FLORIDA'S LARGEST RADIO AND APPLAINCE STORES er's it? Haven't drunk! Wonder been able where to he find got a HEINTZELMAN'S

drop aboard this ruddy scowl" An- INC.
/ I other voice said. "Put the swine :,
ashore before he does any more ;

M"_'-' 1 aat rAWA.aot tAalt acres damage.Willing" hands lowered me Into :; YOUR ORLANDO FORD DEALER FOR ELEVEN YEARS

iARAtOrA WAMI1P a dinghy. Other willing hands'
rowed me ashore. I never did find
out how the party turned out. As ORLANDOr.
I say. you've got to have a flair I
'for that sort of thing. ..


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MtttvM a torte of outdoor life is shown I Ann I its
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or4&.A ltw-Ir., racer a dull Carol 8ajer Joan h V .
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lore Sue
Bennett. Peggy
lase $uin wJ r octal/ .....ted I
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a .tln flam lhl< rily son Carol Ann Thomas : ..'....J.A
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lawyer: 'a novelists
bled r..d ,, ds .'
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fiebaa .f >lrt and tie area U the '
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and tame to a head last ?
.... Nash'.. .......Y W111set. utp .. .ben Ernest C. Hogan. new 5 0
tad.. Mt" Mary .Ie..... cil t>\e Boy of the Scouts Central of Florida is the bedroom suite you have been waiting for. Especially selected to provide
....... fepapniii .*.prissin. >. I* dressed the Kiwanis Club.. I with the maximum in beauty, comfort and economy, consisting of a 5 drawer
tin C n nrtrvMtoVIr "..an said that 1 I
........ *. Vlr- friends In Jacksonville | 45" wide, with a 42" circu'lar plate glass mirror; a 31" four drawer chest; hand-
S OeMttda Penes aM that he was about to I>
aa.tiadt. Orlando they said |I!I double bed; and beautifully upholstered vanity bench. All four pieces well
1*..r. sBH't the the e: i i"As !
!till. .-. urtry H mt. Ot- soon as I make : II of solid wood and finished in beautiful walnut.
c.r.ba Perry. Dapt.raafelt retire, that's where I'm
....: Jan* M.... Tampa h".." .1, FtRMTtBE DEPT 2ND FLOOR
as* Met J P Cul.. Ort* s4MM .. "My job keeps me i .
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f the (Mat lle..ta new when I make any Yentilafed'a .. -
sjylat WW. .! IW..r Lake are in emptojment. I'm going /(
fr..ut M.n4. and liaytona get settled in Orlando." .: r
11.a.h. llwee ar. a',.. fr,m Interesting but hardly I s.
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Reg. Run. "
your need for an "extra utility priced for a real
bamboo and pastel tapestry give It a festive cool The perfect floor covering for any bed". rank steel construction. saving White porcpla Jl-eulDel
Coil springs in seat and bac and deep padding make room easy: to ia d..aa.the. hoase.Standard Felt laale.hack. Cotton. . 19 felt inches mattress. wide. with Folds roilededges com steel top with metal. frame. Handy
luxurious daytime sofa and a restful bed at night. 10 patterns to choose from. pactlyFT.RMTCRE. drawer Chrome leesFCRVmrRE .
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Ventilated Awnings Ii smartly styled. Quickly removes surface and

sF/ dirt from rugs, linoleum, bare floors, upholstered assure"crystal clear reception this handy model is equippedwith

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1 AMEN Co'n&t Wild
t MW* -*. H- t..v. 089. Ffmrtti of July. Laboti Atom Secrets Thefts Action Urged Against
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..s'L In* I .! S3* utJi Or n.. Av.
.. By' DREW PEARSON"" _ _ By JOHN BRANSCOMB = Truck Chasers
,.. i Rides by Fire
.. MSS4 eIS mat .< the Poet otttc
...... --. -,.. Art *f Marc M. 111. at WASlf\NGTON-AUY. Gen. Tom Clark and J.i i' It was a dream that left great beads of perspiration the casket to gaze in the face of the deceased cattle -

'I'UPWlE 4h ..;."-- -1'- I Edgar Hoover have given some quiet study to'the V on my brow. For I was stabbed into wakefulness man was an old Negro. As she looked at him I Editor. The Sunday Sentinel-Star:

-v F.w. .....? CM MM Pr Tr. _- prosecution of atomic-information thefts and find by a nightmare. . I had dreamed that heard her sigh. "Lord who gwine to feed us now.:' The other night I was nearlyrun 2L5.e6-

t.' 4. &__ Isia.am HUM? luc* EarracLM CKTO it is going to be easier than during the war. I had Just attended my own funeral and I was Two songs were used at the service. One was doan by some idiot who was .

..'." c....... Gi. Mia MAMCK T lawfinci AM On, During the war. a hitherto unpublished incident the only one present. It sobered meand shockedme entitled -The Last Round Up" and the other was following, a fire truck. This goon 65
60 to
I ... I into the realization that the best way to geta the beloved "0 Dry Those Tears." A pious old was traveling at least
w ,- I.i .. MM? t W....... CIAU M... in and out +
r "---.. M..u.S h. N*.MM CCHMMM. Sac. TllAS.t took place when Maj. Gen. Leslie R. Groves good crowd at your funeral is to start 50 years lady who suffered from defective hearing went miles an hour I fail dodging to see why the

N..*.. KM****.. C*. MM T Mit, TT* J.TT.CMIII demanded that Clark prosecute a I before you die. inviting your friends to attend away shocked by the songs. saying "What a shame of traffic can't stop this practice that

I w t..->.. C... C.. .... Me...... Pus Swrr.Tk \ West Pennsylvania radio commentator ,;: your memorial hour. Of course you don't ask themin to use such songs at a man's funeral.TheY' iTso police prevalent here. Other cities
'ii who had inadvertently so words but kind deeds that awful "The RoundUp ,
--- - many friendly words. sang cow song. this sort of thing and I
.... ... control
SS SI t rUt Press "" leaked some atomic information a cheerful smile. going the second mile of *' and then to make matters .worse they used enough to
._ ......te4 Pr,.. i. ..em ;vcly! en- a cup think Orlando is big
,,si .. .. for rv-publication ol all ,< If the Army at that time had had cold water, planting a flower. living in the realmof that other terrible cow song "0 Drive Those handle the proolem After all we
.. S *,....*lm .(eT, ttd to or not ; de-
way the whole atomic-bomb nforceable obligations . these become Steers. dont have a volunteer fire .,.
qw larmntro lisa and -
e -. t*. > *sl! nr_t IS pbMntotf paper bereia.cMa ,. might hate been spilled. standing invitations to folks to fill the church or A young fellow who is somewhat afflicted with caitment and there is no reason'to
,.. ,' tar r...ubl..caio. of special The incident occurred about the chapel when the preacher stands up to conduct a case ot the stupidities. good fellow but a little these fellows should mess Let those ,,'ho, a p....

$.__Mfct tor* ar. also r..."". 41UI months before V-J Day. your funeral.I .teched in the head. made this remark to me once. firemen: in their effort to answer l ler fans have Pejler if U-.r' rV't: :
PAGe_ ... 4. JULY 20. 1947 the Pennsylvania commen- had the responsible privilege several weeks "Pr acher. looks like to me that more people are an alarm. G.J.s. i in him but as for me and A great

p - --- ; who had a considerable ago of sitting on a committee that examined the, dying now than used to die." Well now that I many others the space Jlrd b> :*

TOIJ.U..s..TIIOLC.HTto ; 1: y.1 knowledge of physics. innocently records and achievements of ten Boy Scouts in an have gotten to the rise of 40 years. I have discovered Another 'Two Cents Vorth'f, clUn might J.s a* ,Il be b::1;,
speculated on the possibility of effort to secure the one with the greatest record. that there Is an obituary column in all news- 'r all the good it '
R.-.r. ..iIsI'. all tfcetr dues: tribute to I
.4..:: developing atomic The award to be In dont know what that means On / Culture Ccses 1 A HIGH SCHOOL STct U*T
an weapon. was a trip to Europe to attend papers. case you Beauty .
Q. ..- .. .... ""m to whom custom; I Ior
Pearson Learning of the broadcast. Gen. the World Scout Jamboree. These records ran for you may be among those who haven't found Editor, The Sunday Santinel-Star:
S.... .isr: tisitte. to whom honour Democratic PartyAs 1 .4
"' .. 121. Groves rushed into the office of back for four nd five years and the factors that out that people are still aying an obituary columnis I was very much interested in .

S Tom Clark. then Assistant Attorney General in made the difference between victory and almost that section of the paper that tells you the news the article Jacic Layman wrote for Best Ruler ', .f

..... _._e. hut O9d U Just, and finally charge of the Justice Departments Criminal Divi victory were things that the boys had 'been doing about the folks who have passed on and where and the Public iiiojfe.iw concerning' tie Editor, The Sunday sn .n. .s..

&n.......-U .ai..... sion. and demanded that the radio man be clapped years before they were conscious of the fact when their funerals will be held Tell you th" case of Home hanoied.ColdVa"es" ana V They talk .bt .th_ Tender* *
that they would be truth. I have gotten to the place lately where I the way it was
in Jail. ever on trial for the records hairdresser I would like to pending. ins m i \ 1f
Clark sat back quietly and asked the Generalif they were making. sort of dread to look at the paper, because in increasing As a I with Jack wholeheartedly I thf'1< a dminis>ration E.rn: 'n"
i ir add that agree
The Truman Doctrine Gets Test he was prepared to show in open court that the That goes for your funeral too. You may think numbers I am seeing the names and pic- V j and altnough I am not have over-spent a io )i V V '.

g'.,E: SHOOTING ALONG the Greek bor- broadcaster had violated censorship. thereby ad-\ that you dont care whether anyone will bother tures of folks I have known who have died. The j located in Orlando. but seeing as ia good thing to spend ,ha' I

\ertismg to the world the fact that the Government whole thing is natural and I don rebel against the:V j how the public is getting a chance necessary t keep toatnevt gr

I .*., tvaft. .w. ,d the American pub- was working bn the atomic bomb. :' Inevitable. but loving my friends like I do I cant' i to express .its opinion Id like to Since this party h betn in oft..-

,uat wk4 ..... Truman Doctrine means Then hold the trial in secret" demanded get used to them dying 1 1Getting put in my two cents worth also. most (\:1,00 ha turn .- >
dream.- I ho' want It certainly is not easy to get a get more money in th-j- >>' .p"s
n.s Milton oC our*. Groves. back to my own .
license to practice beauty culture. In the 12 or 14 >_ri Me
Evsr: knew we took a grave step Clark replied that the United States did not ( vi1 to live such a good life that the preacher- won'thave j I know from experience. It takes have p h t'er thann
J1E1/Ej gO.
1. Mq ... MO wfcen we accepted the hold trials in secret. Furthermore he pointed out / to stick his tongue in hi? cheek when he j mare: brains than the public might the other prt. ..in :. 1

I ,r-.IMIWJI'Y el toppflg Communism in that the Pennsylvania broadcast was heard only tries to say a food word about me. :realize. besides the worry and the bank in better elton

*<.. and. Turk/. locally and if made known to the general public ? A certain preacher back up in my .home State ,nervous strain one goes through. they have (f. *
through a trial. the enemy might eventually learn enjoyed the reputation of saying: something good adore completing the one thousand hi kept a little ** n
I n the background was the fear that one about everybodY. and he was noted for his ben vo- ; hours required to take that food materuis. etc But must
that we were working on an atomic bomb. Finally an
I \ ..1a..Mc, would: have to be accom- Groves subo ded. .. lent: remarks at,.. all the funerals. But the worst \State exam Jack was speaking; of. folks le along somehow Jirt .'.

I I" >1M. ....e. Few realized that a shoot- I man in the county died. He was a bad man, I For me it took a little more. After easier to set fo this a.h tro.
going to school all day I worked how to the job 10
tHntrdaam would ceme so soon. I Usually Indiana's stodgy Homer Capehart mean a bad man. Even his wife was trQubled to from 5:15: p.m. until midnight so them, d 'Ii

: Hut her, it to. Wh.tshallwedo'I chooses his words carefully on the Senate floor I know how the parson could strain the point to say that I would have sufficient fundsto So take it all the par

I But he slipped the other day in a dispute over tax anything kind about her husband.. see me through. But I did not i in office has no a :0 bad
t The neighbors came to the funeral, not out of let that stop me from learning Look it had coattar
rpMBKE, IS BUT one thing for us to do, it figures. what ha t .
I I I respect for the old reprobate who had died but something that is worthwhile 1 with war s'_nke*. flood* and
aeemt to M.nd Referring to a table placed in the record by because they were curious to know what the thought it was worth it. I suppose kinds of setbacks. what a

'. that to to step in and implement the handsome Spessard Holland of florIda Capehart
nan Doctrine: up to the hilt. demanded: "What sort of finagling do those dream like I did and raioe up in your casket !sighed with r"'lieT"hzn the parson said. "Well heI I it the hard way too. Now Im money in circulation (
and stare out into chapel filled wondenng if it is fair to let someone make l loae soo** casts
a with
? m
figures represent chairs
the empty
i i lav mea t immediate dispatching wasn't as bad ail of the time as he was soms: of t.k".n
will step in with on of those drugstore differerr ,otv
.' you mind. in ,
.... Navy and tore your the! tiDe" Amen.Sometimes . carl ot
earners planes ships Replied Wyoming's quick-witted Joe Mahon- beauty boxes. which may
I The deeds of our lives andthe words of end things they base had !4> aw'
i r Matron BO n waters. ey: "I say to the Senator from Florida that the mouths the become our I am called on to conduct the servicescf turn out to be a Gravel Gertie up with If everyone would stand
t It may "'Mft a strong: detail of Marines Senator from Indiana has used the elegant languageof yean the determining a person who prepared the entire service before Glamour KIt. Only instead of havt the ones who are t tr' ii>

tireelc soil. and ready to fire loaded 'finagling' when his attention was* called to the day factors when on which we are finally judged at the last death. And that alright. I don know who will ing hair as long as Gravel's they do the duties they have t ave.n un
I table put into the record by the able Senator from our are held. be coming to my funeral. I hope it will be a bicro'A'd ; might: find it broken off up to the with. it would b better than rr j ,-
f V Sometime ago I conducted funeral [ scalp after taking it down. and for
a with .
onwould Florida." only made up of folks whose lives I may have cizirst f'fo. D, ho -
mean war. two people present. . the undertaker and th. a so-called hobby give those home well .er .ne
bliscd. to whom I meant something for whomI one tn t cam 0
Red-faced. Capehart retracted "I
I quickly apologize -
Hut if we don't art ;in a positive and for using the term 'finagling'" parson. Right sad. When a man lives and dies had labored. Id like for them to sing some permanent license. Speaking to the publIc.of hobbies.with I'd no' voik Just put such people n th

ftrrtful manner it will mean the collapse and has not made an impression on anyone that great hvmns. not doMul and sad. but magnificent. same pace as our l-f and UW
The Senator knows what the expression means.I just as soon dig ditches for a bob- | .
.f U>*trn Europe and all would inipue him to come to his fun ral. he hasn inspiring Read wonderful Let by do would how har U I tn do u;
put Europe take it. interrupted Scott Lucas of Illinois. done: much ones some poetry. ; as to hairdressing. It can 1 work. We Unkfu
and the Middle Hast under Russia's iron I Ih..l "I recent:: that." snapped Capehart. "*rhf remark peopls give hvinr When you invent your life in fe folks sit a little while in quiet meditation to i I be ve.-v tirescme. fe dont have to put yf uo with Tvjiy _

of the abe Senator from Illinois Just made time to civic and cornaanity affai. think on scm of th' great ble sn<*s of life." Anartist Now that Mrs. So and So. got thmvs are done in otvr iour-
bscom, ;
an active member of Gcd's Church by w itn It. why cant r will be the
I is typical of the Senator from Illinois and n;) one put attended thftmral of Robert-Browning andV I ; tnes and are no under b 1 .1e
your hands on the heads of little children and bless op:men of many pt'ope: if I don'tm1ss
: is any better qualified to make such a remark than when he came away he. said: "I wish that ; : HARRY J LEEDS.
EUROPE CANNOT exist them. my guess Won't that be
give a lump of
sugar to a horse and
a pieceof "
WESTERN, i is." trumpeter had cut the air with a bugle call.
the oil wealth of the Middle he meat to a dog. and smile as detrimental to the many fine!: Pegler i Doing; Grand M
you move along
'I I wouldn't object if a bugle blew a blast at my beauty salons Orlando has We

\ EatA 1 It hasn't been noised about but Sen. Bob Taft who the street will on a rainy day, there'll be a lot of folks! funeral and I'd like to request Reveille please, because as hairdressers are proud of theCIty I Unmasking Evil, Header Says

Greece under Communist domination was advised. last week by Dr. John Clark cf the be right miss you when you are gon and there will that means time to rise, and I want my Beautiful.. and cenainlywould EdItor. The Sunday Sew inel.Stsr'

vmilft Mia the the almost immediate President's Council of Economic Advisers that it few a flowers Rood too. gathering at your funeral. and a funeral to b- getting; up time in heaven. Frankly, not do anything detrimental It Is aiwavs painful \have ouridols

*tulalsoit! of Italy to the Communists. would be very shortsighted to anticipate "a. brief Theki"d- of folks I want to enioy; rrv funeral and that's why I was to it. turn to clay But u natter

.I'I. rouK.. not ext as a democracy so and moderate recession.." If there is a Ut-adlm- in dead serve whm' s you after you are- so shocked over t lit dr-am. Nobody was there. BLANCHE RAY how great the regret we must

the as a ccnrrnt3ry: on hw yon i-ave I'v! got to chaise tha'. I'm gcing to start -arn the truth Peeler U doing a
M viwnri Stat!'". near future. Clark wrote Taft. it will be anything lived I know High Srhoal Student i
a man who lived! such Says
but brief .and mod-rate." a gr"d lifr r"f-t n"w tso !IHne and numbering my days grand job In unmaakinc the trtrfc.
\ ii "N. B 5llWTt. vTh *Neth.r'ap'' and The warning went to Taft in his capacity as" and brought I'sppln-55 to so ra?.::y P--TI'S' that tt"i 111 hara lot of friends who will te wuhng Pejhr: Is Trie-But Wrong ery. duplicity and utter selfishness -

I n rmtt hive the oil cf the Middle Chairman of the Joint Economic Commlt'c even P!rhar the>s underaer the :last hated: fnval to fee him die. to 17"V* an r-inr err to come to my funeraL- Ed.Lor Ti'e Sunday Sentinel-Star: of many of thc** in high

.-t I ever conductsd St Faul j.-st pieces

'ki! n.la est"Ide Greece and, or Frequent comparisons of the present situation was for a covbcv He had spent mcst of his life in la-t lines: cf his irsmcrtal recommerc'-d essay that in the I read fiftenth th' writes We-stbrook the:truth Pegl-r If he undoubtedly didn't hed'I Thanks to rum an others! .
with that following the first world a sadd'eVh'!'n he died it him me may yet- *
var are was
"Hkjr the fnte of the Middle n-cessary to buy cnaotcr of First Connthens have been pn'f
East would him and hres what I[: put out of circulation I of much fm-
a shroud thing
erroneous. Clark said. But even if they were correct because the only clothes he our .utf
frif. pcssess"d found:, "Th-refore. Beloved long ago I've often heard the
** Th Western European Brethren, be ye st ad- ex-
ml"oetldn't -
it is wrong to hold that the recession of were the tcss of a man who cede th! range. There dem
rast. pression. "The tru h shall set
tiM has' their oil life line for .unsiovab'e. always aboundmsj in the wor5: ye
1922 of minor must have: ben 1500 LNI
l-v. was importance. people at that funeral. Almost of the Lort. forasmuch as you know labor: free' in which I firmly believe.

"Industrial production. Industrial employment, na'f. the vmny" came. Th- last person:: to file by is not in vain in the Lord. your out I do not believe Mr ppgler Question: Which ShaH I* S.-
That would mean the snread of Com- writes that kind of truth Ratherhis .
and national Income all dropped about 30 per cent" licensed Business WoW ?
muntatn to the! very British Isles them- CRACKER truth breeds hate and distrust or y
the economic adviser informed Taft. "and we all POLITICSPork
eel" '_. i The columnist has been com- Editor. The Sunday Sentinel-S'ar:
know what happened to the farmer." nared to the Lord Jesus Christ in During the week I ha'.
Then this I nation of ours would st: nd alT -' Recovery then past
:- was rapid. except In agriculture. previous letters I can see no com witnessed two instances which

)"-t al. fie ufainst the Russian: s:;ant. Clark continued. "But economic changes hich Barrel! T parison between the two Jesus leave a doubt mv mind as t

Tf we ..re to ave Western Europe s a were a major factor in that early recovery and aeries Revealed taught what is right and good and I whether laws 1 oW r ordinances -

sphere of American influence and as a foot- which those who are complacent about another.t I -- - great. He was here to better the made to II oca.
t 'moderate recession' would welcome. not world and mankind. Now I ask A beauty salon twe was rv-
hold fer democracy abroad may rescueus Br ALLEN"" MORRIS
then we must this time. rCur T' '<- ditional patronage to strengthen themselves for the, y ou. is that Pegler's purpose andis I yoked and a lady of livelihood -
net at once and forcefully. "The reduction in j "e Ccrre'ror1dentJ l lTALLAHASSEElts elections just ahead i what he writes great and good? taken a.. .her because -
prices and costs will be .
The temper of Congress to do so was j impeded by important modifications in now enough to make a fellowdcspair.to For a year now. Com. of AjrieuHure Nathan It is true yes, and I maintain thatit she is tn a uateirttal .

seen Friday when the $1,600 million foreign i structure. The area of administered our pricES.economic muscle a Job for himself through the fayO has been kept both irritated and busy! j| should be printed for those who doiCK business even thoottt a
are enough to like it
teJief bill was passed. about which there now seems to be none of the de- Legislature only to be stymied when h?'s ready by reports he intends to retire at the end of his our country advocates freedom for 0 f:r yers.has been in the mn* t.non (

Dut the Greek flareuo may take more I bate which raged a few years ago. Is very much to sign the payroll. present term-he will have served' 25 years then speech and of the press Even so' The other- cane I refer to ..t
than moral and greater than in 1920. and the The Commissioner rosy-cheeked and at 71 it' isn't good.
financial support. We very definition of an Amcng the half hundred or so new positions spry one dismissed fr Juda*

thrniM be ready to give it everything it aommistered-price industry includes the feature euthorized by the 1947 Legislature for years has attempted to scotch the story of his re What has aroused me most is worth's cr fo dome b
take that when business drops off the producer reduces State departments tirement wherever it appeared and hell seread a I his tearing down of the character'of work in h without I-
around Capitol Square and now blanket denial within few the late Pres. Roosevelt Even
production and employment and does not teouce being a days in the form of an I c.nS.
Better a 1 nUe troube: now than a lot i prices to the extent prices are reduced in a truly held up for money were a number created for a announcement for re-election. I. as young as I am. know that he Which shall it tn license .
later Mayo was one of the greatest men whoe'er operate we aaay
specific already has V bu'1f. 1
competitive business. announced
They werent opponent
tagged, but insiders lived
- ---- for next Spring's and that he did much survive, or give this work to on-
knew. primary-Ammon McClellan. of r for this country. I. for one. don'twant people to Mtf -

\VASHINGTON TREADMILL As these things usually go, the job-seeker Calhoun and St. Lucie Counties.. McClellan long has I to.know the weak points ot lcena a unt.ln
had ben
been told substantially this interested in Legislative politics and served I j his character for after all. none BARBARA ANN BROW
I "All by a department chief: last session as volunteer assistant; to the reading V of us is perfect, or of the petty
right, Charlie if you can get the boys up- clerk of the House. grievances against him of a few; W. 5. SCIIWINDMidshipman OV CKl'I-
Is stairs (in V '
Smathers Ready To Jump? Ill give you the the Legislature job" to give me the money. Mayo reports McClellan came to him during old diehards who probably votedagainst I WtCtaaa S .

I IIf ( the Legislative session to inquire whether the commissioner him each time. He is dead I son of Mrs. Maraar .
a agencies have come into being or were intended to retire adding that now. why not let him rest in 2900 Lake Shore Dr,

- rUNIC. KENNEDYCoB'ftgue... I 1 Reporter: "Or run against Sen. i gram. Each of them is calculated continued on the basis of such understanding. of a lifetime had been to sit where his ambition V peace? Naa Academy Ann o t, Md
Ppper in 1950* 'to create an effective and continuing (The State Planning Board, for example. then reposed "Of course." Mayo quoted We are living in a world crisis Summer cruise t lr

WASHINGTO"f of Hendrtcksr "I alnt a-saying." reserve of well trained officers escaped the legislative ax 10 years ago only because as assuring him, "I wouldnt think of McClellan a time in which we need love and I aboard the btU V
a gUb-tongued running I understanding. not hate and tn- Jerser
and men. though in the pleader
got "
Cm aoMtbm of Miami report Reporter: "May we quote you ] a Senator to slip a against you. - '-
---- --
opinion of the Army.. they still fall saving line into the
him '*ry *.* to a df'CLdooI I requirements everyone else was
whflirr to tamp into the 194 Hendricks: "I aint a-saying. ; -which is to say, universal
t Hjbmtfttorkkl tare--*nd som of Reporter: "Should we couch it service. Mayo says he has assured perhaps 10 aspirants
i So
arm *!'*%'. that be wUI I In in better grammar" long as the board retained its all
make i Six months ago no sane denizen separate wilr get an even break from the barrier in the
.* IMP Hendrtcks: "I aint a-saying." ,of Capitol Hill would have granted .1 j identity,absorbed for eight yean until the functions were race by news of his decision to retire las, U and Wife No Help To Him
In his V by the new
MM-etiUan with the other the peacetime draft bill a ghost State Improvement Commission when he reaches this being made
('i r tta-M. OMtcrMtmtn the VIIrm There is need of more heat than of a chance Since Congress back- ] that manipulator held the job he earned prior tip-off to anyOne. public without

frwlMMn perhaps ha the ad-
V Hand cmnni of the owner rf i ated. to persuade the State and : $400 million for Greece and Tur- V Charlie then went to work on lawmakers flurry of rumors of
of Mayo's 'j
the. 10. few far to the politic War Departments to channel surplus key. the shift in sentimenta his' acquaintance, or on. others through during the present term largely If WILLIAM E. GlUOr. D D.
f'' i tn F1 rt4*. Her to what 1 1fv canned fruits and mutual must be lodged with over-zealous- friends of
vegetables F.
; very reluctant shift-has begun friends; to persuade them to incorporate that job Elgin Scripture: Job 1:8; 2:7-10: 19:7-10; 42:1-3; James ; 11.
1 Bayless.
Goy :
I irlhnc hIm i in the At the outset of Job's
appropriation for the
If %ou rn ortvaiz* your own The condescension and suspicion Most Congressmen detest the department. State Road Dept. and for many years prior to suffering a character ian'ears
J1e1' of th But and set South which some Government officials : thought of peacetime universal Maybe he had only to convince an influential taking up the road appointment in 1945 State other than the three principal speakers El ohaz. B !triad

F'eo da .*ur.4r and solidly be- 'display toward American citizens I training. Thoughts like these are i member of the general Appropriation Committee land agent under Mayo. and Zophar. It is Job's wife and her words are in verses

.r 'Ithen you ran whip any i asking for tome reasonable measure keeping many of them awake \in one or the other house possibly he had to sell It was Bayless' mutual ,9 and 10 of the second chanter.
.. friendship with Cald- ___ _,__ __. _
contender of more he '
pre-wat Tod.yW. help sometimes is amaz nights If anyway spent 60 days 9
: I vote 'no' on universal shepherding well and Mayo that mad the 'un's a .
'.. ..nd'auen are in the I lug When Bob trans secretaryof that item through the legislative story told by others: .u. nve Dtn support - --
training and I to husbands
turned out to be process. in distress I
seem so plausible at
Mayo I I
n4 |N .-r, UKtthtr fee Mir the State Citrus Commission wrong. the damage would be irreparable He couldn't be sure. even with initial success. what was step aside at j least l giving helpful sympathy seemed greater than he could beaU

naa to. in the field of the known first appealed to the 'several department and freedom lost per- until the gavels faIl for sine die adjournment that this term judged the propitious moment during many husbands in a similar .n t j I.I and when- he fda Jr'u, _.vo

f, ,.m.n4rs It'. a good guest.e .* to take over surplus inventories V haps forever." his work was done for the lawmakers so Caldwell could give Bayless a long t tion have been of great feel on the C OM. 00 bad

<...uh. Out the voters aren't too of canned citrus prod-i i + their steps and kill off often retrace lead on other candidates by appointing him to the I their wives. 11tm-1.l forsaken him On .1 ..'
.t Wh
*.. atoM appropriations in the final place for the
% 1UIIM'f' ucta. he wrote to three depart-I The Florida Congressional delegation few days. unexpired portion. But Job's wife was no a mood a not ra.tln
p-w* .M brlter* privatehi menu. State. War, and Navy. The took its customary lickingon So open did this unofficial perhaps unsanctioned 1 fact she to have added to to intense .tua

tn* upcoming Smather State Department tardily was noncommittal the sugar bill. which the House Indeed his. worries were not over with the Bayle campaign become in the citrus belt that 'his sem by her unsympathetic I!j I The "ff'n ,.t. aaor-
adjournment- I I o .
*|M uM amaaa a greats Congres- : the War Department has extended for five more years of the Legislature for the Governor friends of former Speaker Simpson of MonticeUo. and nagging attitude .l an aKonizin pra"f "n An n,

tonal rcpuuttoa before attempting aid no-out of funds; and the ., minus Cong. Peterson's amendment then could strike out any appropriation item were stirred into pledging support for him to Apparently without any vital ( Dression of ld: of faith O.

the IMP trea Wathlngton toT Nary Department answered not to permit unlimited production objectionable to him.A ceed Mayo. Simpson is a seedsman suc- j faith herself she virtually taunted :I not sat to te th* "
:hM", Few men base mad at ail ,if benefit payments are waiv- new perplexity turned up this time in GOT. man. and was urged and nursery-* 'Job with his own saying to I'I. day shalt th b roe In
th* .tea to either Senator and understanding well the ] fait
direction.incutb Congressmen from V eeL CaldwelTs insistence that the State Budget Commission him, in effect Paradise
problems of
meat bat tried. half a dozen States laid the plight V The Lakeland Congressman even (the Governor and Cabinet set agricultural rests of the State i God? What's the use of your ;j It is n the DMa4 1 af .)he
a of farmers VV V aside Bayless has a tight knot of friends your a-
and in
canners before the the Senate merit.
was unsuccessful in efforts to roughly 10 per cent of each I faith, when you're the attitude !
urafiAC n* pmtrre. varnsr abandoned or plowed under. warehouses system a sure sign of the produce enough of taxes to They concocted the idea of an elective road board ]better God and die." essence of faith. i m 1f
V r iuft hit f. ir* polutral am- crammed with immovable strength of those agencies of the pansions.If money. That blocked most ex- and pushed the bill to passage there at the recent cu a Woman! A man covered God aD 0

,bt't.! if $n) He.. coy about surpluses were described to "ob industry which are granted pro- s-ssion It was framed as to, in their judgment !with boiLs could be pardoned for T BJI tN:-Vrw. MT!

th* thai thin servers" from the departments.Some cessing subsidies and benefit pay- within a reasonable time it becomes apparent assure! Bayless a place on this board. beirs irritable, but Job surely was sand an tip.r ire secure -
A rrrcrtrT prefarvd th* foUowtrg of the members are beginning i the finance and taxation committee of the in
ments. The big industrial con- Houseof So much political heat was generated that dobl Justified in losing some of Ckfl. n'- matte
praldund intrrvirw with the to wonder whether relief. earners supported the five year Representatives wins its gamble pre-1947 taxes Caldwell took a firm position. and Gov. j patenc. and telling her that what my bal W t Hoe.

tM'rvafckm. that Hrndrteks left like charity should begin at home. renewal clause chiefly because will yield sufficient money..' then the reserve will a letter asking the House Bayless withdraw wrote ,she wa like a fool: not teach .
pailtlfal. door to the future : sponsor the : from
'I all the taxpayers are footing the I Isub5i.c1y i released and the jobs set up. bill from further "Thou speaketh as one of the trouble
C own when n* announced last In the absence: of universal consideration. This was done, foolish
bill holding down the Meantime, it's tough women
the prophets
on heM their
I resourceful fellows Te
Ttjluntary rwamernt f.cm the War and only in time to save someone from spak. th"But h
'l II training Department is price of sugar. who hare invested time and embarrass- in the rest wis were true t. .
. &.1M *.tf of his term the energy in carving out a meat for 25 lawmakers, including of ..
& accepting as next substitute. The fight looks lost for good niche for themselves in some Cald-: I h.tUtsn: 3. m Mars two bUs which Cong. Sikes of this time. Never has Congress on the department Government. Tough too. wells best needs, had p'eJssd themselves to fight memorable words he said I suffering PrM a

: -J.M pwtorrflttwr CrritTiev was spa-king even be- granted so long an extension. The heads who figured upon this. ad- the proposal. ena'l we receive at "Wt
I.-.n. : "IU jrou any furth.mbiUon fore the Republican majority i); usual extension resolutions covered i ---- -, -- -- -. -. i I of God and : gO. mt receive But r'hen Paul rl L.fd all

f p.ime.1 ,' swept him out of % Military Sub-1 J three year periods. The last i al anyway. Practically. however 'enl?" The record truly( .ne trouhl" that t_ ..d tail man.
growers have says that .
IlVn4rtrki: "I stat aMying"f Committee chairmanship. I I one was for only two years. it takes a deal of money to chalin the game to a make enough stake shortage is world-wide. Anyone I "in an t not Job sin with ant aU the fotces thai cr t wa-
the d
Ck. tftMf neSt 5*.ar'- duty training pay bin and th:i Awyers in Congress believe 'that Supreme Court and no grower or suroended by, White acreage House quotas are with a reasonable assurance that I There ...t'r times when Job's elusion "'a nothr. could

c. HfDdJKM "I -ot a-urtDl.- tesrrrv component retirement pro- the sugar law is unconsUtuUonr : group of growers or potential -the order to last as long as decree th: quotas he would are get reimposed.a quota when the j I :;not faith so and Strung patient, when endourance suffering were Tat separate tf hi New from Testament the love. '>f D

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Almost everything we use can, Penguins having no nests. lay ,
Soviets SeeThrough I be made from wood.. their eggs on bare rock.

U. S., :r .

Latin Plan ;, 1 -

I j WASHINGTON API Prospectsare Don't Worry About!
that Government officials
who hope to impress Russia with I II
inter-American unity at the forth- : : Losing Your Money i

," coming Rio de Janeiro conferenceare I ,
--r in for a slight disappointment.
4 2 x The conference opens Aug. 15 and ": : when. on vacation. Carry America ,
I 'I 1 f rt
will negotiate on an inter-Ameri
can mutual defense treaty. i. : Express Travellers Checks which &i u>
& 4 __ Ik I I The U.s. recently attempted to : Ii..,
sr. iY
grease the ways so that the idea you can purchase at this bank. : : ';'1
of inter-American unity would become -
the dominant theme. It ma- ,2i
K1 ; : : neuvered the governing board of i nl
t the Pan American Union into trying 'I :
to resolve the major points beforehand L .i
But few diplomats believe CITIZENS
't it will work.
y .1 ,
x wx or OItA.AHOO
d sJc41: I The disputes center' around a : tow
U.S. proposal which would:
1 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. R I IJif
Y 9M 1. Throw out the veto on en-
r a'' forcement action by having decision -
c y xo 3 3RLAND4'S of a two-thirds vote basis. .
Argentina; for one wants the veto. Member Federal Reserve System rI
a I !
2 Make it mandatory for all 1'1'I' L,
American nations to go immedI-
LAST "' ,-,- f ncksmiths:: : Lester W says he stands ready to repair anything from "baby Veronee, Fairvilla Rd., prepares to give a horse its ately to the assistance of an attacked I E. Robinson
Court St.
W %t '.' r c :ts the work of one carts to steam rollers," specializes in building truck first "pair of shoes." A blacksmith for 40 years, sister nation. Some Latins at Dial71UI. I,
want to consult first.
'' "" T f. nnctt: in what he believes bodies. [Center! W. T. Allen, one of West's blackVeronee says he shoes all the horses around Orlando The U.s. hopes to avoid the I e
., t''e ''1.f f}"'" J'' 'no r}'f in Orlando West, who smiths, works at the forge and anvil. [Right] C. N. : I usual split with Argentina. I l .
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Your Car Can Have I I he.Longfellow This" and in RUTLAND'S SUMMEREARANC .1

I but it is has

The BODY BEAUTIFUL I now.than The I or-I tt-

what he !
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eral] case f.
iy s.... Janes Master Auto Painters !i!left says in there the :; .
iI old and

IBM .... slssh. .*.-ear1ook with a finer paint he-after was 22 I I I )
has only I j
Jofc ky las* ....... Only the finest quality paint weight !"
ness two Thousands of dollars worth of merchandise from our
... . all work bv master craftemen. Be sure to reach out
smithing. quality stock reduced to wholesale cost and below cost! ,
yw 0fc ifce h..t--Mwd it to Sam's. His

Division ."to


tree" ; Short sleeves. Cottons and rayons In broadcloth and sheer
Plain colors and checks. Small medium and large.
,, asked as weaves.
t lli.1b' J N GARLAND [at Jefferson] -
ting a
West :; -
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and the PLAY SHORTS now y2 price H.25 to S2.98

S2.50 S5.95. Zelan cloth and White and
were to gabardines.
colors. Sizes 28 to 42.


at SWIM SHORTS less than 1/ price SI.OOwere

its at- $3.50 and $3.95. Famous makes. Sizes 28 to 34 only

Ho You Have Big Wo-.the at.. SLEEP SHORTS now price 82c to S1.25

With Little : go were $1.65 to $2.50. White and plain colors. Sizes A. B. C. D .

outstanding'r outstanding'I

Carry Them has re-' STRAW HATS now % price 2.50 to S12.50were

.r -or Associated w has the answer in -, straws$5 to Sizes$25.6%4 Imported to 8. milans. bakus, panamas and cocoanut

LUGGAGE now i/o price S5.00 to S17.50

r -mart at plus to
was $10.00 to $35.00. Genuine leather and duPont Hexhide. Two-

-ti \ the in suiters brief cases, overnight and club baas, ladies' hat boxes.

\ Iks: nod I pa-- I

t't' homes .. i I .. is?!' SUMMER SLACKS now $5.75 and $6.75 T-SHIRTS now 3 for $1

...:___ ..- - Full I in were $11.50 to $13.50.Cotton and linen weaves were $1. White In small sizes only i
:.. .. ; -- I the and gabardines. Broken sizes. Charge for
. alteration.
:".. "; 8- : Ckc than ) I I . T-SHIRTS now $1

_ __ .___ -J : : ask- SUMMER ROBES now $4.48 to $7.50 slues to $2.50. Plain and fancy. Mostly
'_._ small sizes.CASUAL.
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) y of were $8.95 to 515. Cottons and rayons. Small.
< ) } ", medium and large. I
e + 12" I SUITS now $15
> i : I
\ WASH PANTS now $2.95 were $30. Coat and matching slacks of
\ \ ) rayon tropical. Broken sizes. Charge I
V' > .t. I for Mrs. were $4.50 to 895. Broken sizes. for alteration.

I ., ) ) Mrs.for

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1 I i I on by. I WASH PANTS now 12 price S1.75 to 2.48

Sold M and were S3.50 to $4.95. Sailcloth drills khaki cloth. Sizes
The 4 to 18 and 26 to 32. No alteration [as are.]
: ::-:1. 1 I I
little WH" I from
i Special Purchase SPORT SHIRTS ROBES now / Price
I I Mrs. '
SH this beautiful mahogany set today! It's f at ; Washable cottons and rayons In bright were $5 to $8.95. Plain and patterned
I I Florida Sanitarium. I II patterns. Sizes 12 to 20. washable fabrics. Sizes 4 to 11.I .
Mrs R. E. Day who is visiting !
at Vero Beach is expected to return -
FLORIDA'S LARGEST RADIO AND APPLIANCE STORES =_ --- early next week. j $2.45 $2.50 to $4.48 .
I Charles Sullivan of Gordons-i
1.ca 1. vile Term, has been visiting Mrs. :
I s J F Houser and family of Pennsylvania j
Ave. I
Tim Tyler. former Rollins foot-i
MM* t taw. tAaHArioek
ball star and Sanford outfielder, ,! .
ie.iee OauwDO ST IrTE
e 'Ta s.aAsou wAwwe has received a teaching certificate i i
Education.from the State Department ofJ! -et'4"J'S' .

I .
] About one-third of an our land .
i is now in forest. Doorway to a Mans World

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I Stymie Wins. Gold Cup ; Regains Cash Crown- . I

-'Cards Trip Dodgers- 7-5- ; Shave- Lead i Third Favored; Natchez Assault

St. Louis Cuts T Page 6 Efjt Sunfctg! Srattarl-Ster Orlando, Florida, July 20, 19i.I I

----- Forces Winner

ly BOB HAYES .. !; :. "
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!<.. tUttl .h. hat pitched plajrd first second short. BrookLeadTo 1 4 Yankees Defeat & I 1 I, 10 Mt

'**''t and
.*ji i. .......11 as a second' sacker. . Volusia County 5- { i : ella honr *.f tn*> t wfscorchinc ..,..

_,s viIi %<,te on a new dog track a proposed $300,000r ;. I't"m.. d,..*pp., ... ..

....... rm mg plant. on the outskirts of Daytona Beach 2 2Vz Game Edge: t Tigers; Restore the cloud m rhe .*. ... ..
__ II ,....... ha* bn dtckerine with St. Petersburg on a : alop at BfrlUKW \e.tev III

...-l1. .... tt Mm Ovary a etran nchthander. . Ronnie Green tt surged toictarv to ti-e fyI. ...

... .... ps... tot** AatiiM grid ktars. are constructing a sports- BROOKLYN (APJ Hitting safely t IIVzGameLead rang Empire of raeiM City J.flW'r1st$5iS W'fI'ld l ...... ......

_S IMsj. CrraUl K u.. Dear Cry-Ul River . In all but two Innings the
X.4* Jl>. (a* Mii II.'. a snaa w.rth flrinc a season's pass. world champion St. Louis Car- With on auchtv "hi M ..

l *. fWiwtl, t.aUacl$ Ur prl..". has been to seven Orlando dinals defeated the Brooklyn Dodgers \ DETROIT [tAP Back In high wire alter he had -usAs* .. ....

>ss ...... lav_ **a.Ms, a.4 th* .natsrs won '.... alL . DickieMtte 7-5 yesterday to cut the gear with the pressure off from ; practically a t"1ty sl ......

Hash ........|.-..trlw.. *>a Larry Chubb's Winter Park Brooks' first place National Lea- their record-equalling victory the turf's .eai ..... ......,

i.|... !..., .M W Vk ,,.. fartla this rekrnd ready to playa string the runaway New York h'-nf: his head on tr.au.. ..
.. ClMk** stta* In lh. sllslrirt ...r.., this ...k. . Ted gue margin over the runnerupNew 'Yankees squeezed out a 2 to 1 triumph hottest intr au sial tnww .... .

*..*... sad (...fe4e Celery. Feds have been talking salary terms. York Giants'to tuo-and-one- Tigers-their yesterday 32d over victory the Detroit in 36 20 sun 1.0 turn fttrfe .*.. = I

... half games. steppers a' AaMult UW
Ui ak .t a .t. .. saW llorida football camps start games-and restored their American -
i The fourth-place Red Birds Amer can rhampinInsand T .
League lead to 112 games.
| and ir* tn.-r-
combed the offerings of Vic Lom- Allie Reynolds Yankee fireball Enurso
bard and Hank Behrman for 14 old:; amour::: ons Plislassi" ,t
.. fivehitterat
1" a bo aaH dia.ed the dlr* ronstmrtlnc bark of the hurler tossed a smart
hits while Howie Pollet and Mur- ih ........ ....
1 M
wttk s
... ftal majm IMM. ..... ttke It .ul be better than the Tinker Field the second place Tigers to register And .
ry Dickson checked the Dodgers .4. . -.*. .L ...
his llth win of the season nut -* I
.... Al OmavaM.
.. Laeaburfl new first-baseman is a 17-year- with 10.Both Detroit's Paul flatmul far II .Me" p._
.. e.c.IIhI..... . WUlta Hudun former bit league hurler is J. in a duel with
.... ..
Pollet and Lombardi were [Dizzy I Trout. who gave up only fancier HTM Mees
....... .. .koHMa. HIM. 8ortheactern League club. . Ed Levy in plenty of trouble during their six blows. 1943. t..kinoneyis ..... ... -

.a* ati.. ffi4er Hed far Toronto last week. . Ace Adams former stay on the mound. Pollet finally LAND INDIANS' Pres. Bill I The Yanks won it without delay ';j-...... ..* Ui... ... .. .

..* ..... wte* mmped to tha Mexican League last year is pitching bowed out for a pinch-hitter in Veeck, above, whose Tribe recently in the opening inning counting ?%.. tl;, -... ASIUIUM last .... T..... es

.. lit ia. DttM UUy UlUen. a UUliHon semi-pro club . Mickey the sixth and Lombardi was driv- lost both their runs on George Stirn- .. ,- C pot .r ssi ... walS6 $4 .. .
six straight games, '4.- -y. ...
aaaaiMT .bo en to when the Cards clinched weiss single. Tommy Henrich'sdouble ... .... <1< ..
Owaa. | & H>e4 to the Tamale League is playing; semifIN cover -.:: h fr him s>ss4Crear
5sI at tsg NlaIlL 1000a. . the game with a two-run rally had another siege of bad luck and long flies to right by : ._,;: 1ft tb.. i'ad wbie.

r !-.< |UfM.., *...!.. nuUhmaker says he'll produce a Uht I in the seventh. yesterday doctors informed John Lindell and Joe Di Maggio. STYMIE..CONNMCREARYUP boosted hi* ......... SO 9th. hIS
him to for another a run scoring after each catch. ...,. W ..... ...
return his the lt
..... every other Monday nlfhU and that out-of-town fighters >. Enos Slaughter tripled to open world money-winning title. for
b...i.< !s .ill. k.. ,..*lr.4 .. f..t appearance (uar>ntees-. result of the Cards winning fourth inning operation on his right leg Tuesday Altogether Reynolds walkedsix . recaptures put him awl In ti.sM aMsssMVHtim -

.... "%ssI. M aim raa.o.t. . Tampa Is another. city that gave the and scored on Medwick's fly. Mar- The courageous ex- men didn't and hit have another the but punch Detroit t.A iMHStaMaV aMPB '-

: ,.." |)M rM>.....l4er. after similar treatment from the PC. I ty with Marion singles and and Del Wilber after followed Marine consented to removal :I when it counted and left 10 runners LockeWinsToronto Open I mere.Th ... ,..
Dickson .
Bobby ow
ho. s' tfi
IU* .. '
faMta b.
ash grit the screen play for the filming of was retired. Red Schoendienst of his right foot last Novem-,I stranded.
I th ista.
\ tab* .....'. nfa. I h aba letting a 1 book an the Bambino ready for I slapped a one-bagger to score II ,i ber.Rollins i i The only base hit Detroit pro- not only dkln of*mp BVUUMISW* ..

I .....u.. lNa' ,t.,. . Marion with what proved to be duced with a runner on board was With Record 268 Oliver Next I running cam roaUlM son tdosMt Jf* ...
I the winning run. : Eddie Mayo's sharp double against ,
I I fislstHetM *sf s mss*: .
Ray !!.*... veleraa aro at Orlando Country Club passes along $1. LOUIS -1' 1 BROOKLYN (N) I the wall in right center in the Locke. the South'African golfer rtis\lins I rassat .s -
abrli& a5r5s Lands TORONTO TAP] Bobby coiifdn even
ed Ukat atir at the OCC golfers, A It Bassler 708 Delaney Park Dr.. " ...tbSI222sL..t.-b', 4 I 1 eighth. which scored Vie Wertz. I wire :t warn ....
........, . with the who has taken money in six of 10 North American end For .t the
....4 a ....Ift.! on* on the tricky l40-yard fifth hole on the private I I .1. 3 1 % 1 "' .... I. ;; I % I, who had singled, only now top -tladftlpbua.ned. 1r.
11..1. S 1 I 7 Scar- ehH. a
Jte.Jt S I 1 at
4K Tiger
run. the Open
t ,a _d l4ssi.o NY,.*. Crawford Notch. N. II. . Nomination for '_.II.3b: 3 I S I 2r.ilk..q 4 S I S Both Junior ,! tournaments. yesterday won ; runner a fruot-rolal'lf'r aD hs_

........! "'""' break: of year: Bobo Newsom's sale to Yankees : }$ledwI la'ht.r.If4351Sfl.U
.1IIrta ....... leaving the Ntu for a slice of World Series melon I i.ie.a........ 3isi 3'' the lead the Yanks put together ahead of Ed [FPorkvl Oli'er of Wilmington Del. before the. : finwh of this **I'-
M.rio.i.u I 1 I I I Jsg.n.3b I I 2 1 SSU. Net Titlists in the opening inning. New
Lw tMak absut how wen Bobo toes for the new club after a dismal ... I S I 3 ':tEd.rd.e: 3 1 3 I e.ts.sk York hune on to register its 10th Locke victory put him in first' live-eliflire-- nrm :.

t.Hr .*aan ahoalng with the old club. . Clyde Freeman local I _.. 1SS&L..bsrdLp .. 3 .. .I 'i i, win over Detroit in their 13 meet- place in the United States pro 'II I drive and forced .UTS** t* .
;..P-4M*>,. .,..... tent the reminder that the St. Johns River u both I Poll..... 3.I15fl.5r.p S 5 I:d".iwa I." "5 5 SbDl.thIl Rollins College has made a clean inccs this season. circuit money winners He took BravesGain out to get home '** a h-a4

a ...... aa4 aH water rtrer-the freh water on top and salt water 1ISSSC..ey.p 5.515 sweep of the 1947 National Junior NEW YORK 4A) I DETROITTotaU IAI : first money of $2.000 and the Sea I Back IB third) ataaa _
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I01.5. 2 S S S II UPUS. abrbSa fart *. _
his home back. -
*a bataam slut both kind of fish arailsble. . Promoter af theO ----- ---__ Singles Championships. I S'trr..2b,. 4 1 I t ILakeis 4 S 2 J 1Rnrtrb gram Gold Cup back to l length in
I ..**....H hiM fixed sports writers ao they; couldn't gripe about I t Teal 44 T142T.: Toullflirt U SUIT 5 College officials yesterday an- ,I rf I 1 I I S c.i !na". 4 5 II 12 1 club in Johannesburg. I Ij clubfoot t. AMII. ---
wt far 1k. 4tb Li,4e11.t? I' 1 I 1 w.f..ld.lf 1 5 5 4 5 Texas ptayamt* ., -- .
5 fc. **4tM at the fitht He had Arnold Finnefrock of the Times- _tnrk cut for Pollet U SIb nounced that Doris Jensen. Des DtM.s'ar14513KU.3b I " n I3IQut..llt j i Locke said It was "the biggest i On 1"OUIIIIMII tiw -.
1 _raund.d wt for Firilta l> Sib S I S S .WWL1 a 1 I S S and I Dodgers made tiM maw
V...., OneM. CharU Baker thrill of my golfing career I i
of the Jacksonville Journal
and Peter who
4 -(track 5,4 for Behnou (ik Moines. Ia. successfully defended ay4.a.b 453425'Lf. 30125 close maufb to sIs. .
I. St.: _ _ I I ... .., to be back in Vancouver to got up
Uwl hope
XofUa af UMI Tampa Tribune serve as Judges. . 'IJ4I J0 -TBmkln PIl5531n.siU $5151 taU -
I her National Girls !llstclus a
_ :lit i.. j_sEmm Singles R_... 35533ak.tt.s . . next I. steppm on
Ray |I..rl| Wolf. took off from Gainesville yesterday for a : : .I............ "$cbo.ndji,5. R.,.. BuM Championship at River Forest :. fty.o&d..p3552Wdh6.2b 1 ; defend the title year. BOSTON TAP! Johnny Sain seemed' to peter out fa tiw v.
!....... Mt .In Te a*. . rat rattilto Jr former OilS Hack kitted !to: ,Ued.kk J. Dui_. _oo..t X. I I :W......... 3. " I' Oliver finished with 270. still i turned in his 11th victory of the
Nnrthrr Funjlo. S I
S.nkey. 1- Jaramm.T HI. Friday. would enter Rollins SMiths I. S I -
sad faotbaa star, now at the I1. of Florid, has cooked up a novel ....,. bin: _1_ _....... Thm-bu $..lfV 1 . I beating the Canadian open record I and his third shutout last komeThe mile sad ....
..F al earalnt vaeatloa. eath. II.'. going to be recreation director Mu: Sl.ihter. onhc7. Stolen MM: Bob .,.,. this FalL I TnNf..p $5512cH4ckIiison 271 set by Lawson Little of Cleve- !I season might have bees a fed tar ..

.I (.... .*.fc..... th* aaartment set-up at Cocoa owned by Bob I Wtlkw RaMmo .IMubli Len ao pJu btMi: :Ixabantt Ht.. Ixwlt ta 12.Kn">,.,*)" Herbert "Buddy" Behrens. who I S-1 1 S land in 1936 at St. Andrews. night as the Boston Braves blanked him." jwclk T EflMI: bec-- t

Aa4t.... a4 Simpson Penny, where. hell specialize la 1 lit. BUM tm ball: oft LoBowdl *. iff" PolM .'I also retained his National Junior : 323127i; T
f tattoa .... .ltk cklMrea .hlla vacationing parents physical enjoy edu-the | Untardl lurkMii X. S.b,arr must Bcbnun 4. by L Dirkma Struck :t out Hurf : .' : Singles Championship at River I ttrark for Sun'" .for,. In WMMT thb In Ml all the way through the four I.l move into a virtual tie for second been that. **.s aba 1_....

.b..i. . '. Pellet a \. i inninn. off Dlrkm 2 la 4. Forest Fsiday had previously ben -flfrd out 5.. TIM la SIR vr 18-hole rounds. with the New York Giants pudding IbM Ibdownpeor ..-
1 i ltM w at auklni tbo ruri4a. !state 'I t I. off CuT t U L Wild pilrh: Police. D.tmlt too .5 110-1 and two and half in backof
League Into a games
a Class C circuit by Rollins. 1 Detroit
i WinnIng pltcbn. : Dirlnoa. Lmui pttrhtr: r..... : Cm: >n: none Rum butted in Llndtl PIMxiio he now plays out of ers made fill t... .......
****. up M uw Palatka meeting Wednesday but was neatly side- bwdL rnplm: Coolm I ... Nick the National League leading .
Sardaa. nd Go u.Tlat Available next season to team Marn T hIt: )Hntrirh Uk* Meadowbrook Club-was Phalanx .Mt.4. Kota ; t 13. I inn. Muv. SPIeS but: Lak. [MuoAl* plays: Brooklyn Dodgers.
Walter Hudson" Use
of.your last week 272. Wisnock was .
\ came here with Behrens on the Rollins men's f trmirifl ta Riituto t* MrOutnn; Cul nbinantn Wisnock. with from last place to frt III .
.a. *a* af tM "aide*" pt'rers& now in sonball"wsj not a dig by any | net squad are Enrique Buse. for- I. .'''H. LaD *n ".'.. Nrv Tort 4. "xtmltIt. low-scoring Canadian amateur A paid crowd of 22.584 fans saw South American r.... -..

AM* araHtnt etted the fact you'd probably have gone far In II mer Peruvian singles champion, Bam M btlln off BTH:ld. S.1? '1'I.. with 288: at the tournament last Sam knock in one of the Tribe giant End* w>ur frn- J.j_
Sirwk nai h; Brtnolffc I by Tnar 1 bypltohw and he and his mates prevented -
e. M S tttarutop and lUll at this point rank-as you do-as OrE'ovar Red5oxDrop II and Gus Peeples Norman Cope- : bj tUTtv.l1 :F
.M. and talented softball performer .'It.. a good bet land and Billy Windham all I, \n Boitr Rmnid and PulmlU. Tim1:4.L reaching any third base. -made the mee...... ... .,

I .MA MM Mftiti ef Negroes Into the majors is going to eventually putS I 1 promising young players who are Elwood [Preacher] Roe was the an iflva.aa.
a.* ta snajar kaiw Sprint training In Florida-unless the prob- I veterans of several Eastern tour- Perdue Steals ShowIn Blanchard Davis losing Pirate pitcher as he failed i Not even th* ram ... .. ...

toa is aa*..4l ..... Remember the trouble up Sanf ord way only a year Browns,1-O I II naments.PicksTriumph. to duplicate the feat of his 64-year- could keep the mm suu I

aalatarla. . I Southeastern Will Play Withleahy's old father. Dr. C. E. Roe. who this raost-talkcd-nf rcnt... d.. I'
II -- climbed out of the stands at Viola. '' the year-th* d*rwn <*f ...
: ST. LOUIS (APJ For their second that JJB a.1tlor IN ... ;
Skeet TournamentJACKSONVILLE All-Stars Ark.. Friday to pitch a two hit. 4-3 young .
I consecutive game with Boston triumph over the Salem Ark. team. get-'em presided of EavH ., 1
Television/ / Competition Chief the St. Louis Browns appearedto Over Jax Nine [API] Billy CHICAGO [API Doc Blanchard PITTaaUIIH 1111 I .0110.. (.NIa5rb51 Racing A *n 111 pl.anDma t* ..... '

be playing man named Williams Perdue regarded as one of the and Glenn Davis who threw a .' dr'4513Ruisr.rf" 45515 a world chasaponshiAlto ...... \.

yesterday as they dropped a Pick's Plasterers registered a 3-2 finest gunners: ever to appear in scare into Notre Dame in Army's ltut..l1.tf 44 4 I I S S 21 f-- . Items Before NFL Meet Today 1 to 0 loss to the Red Sox. but victory over the Jacksonville Kennel competition here. powdered 100 scoreless tie with the Irish last .;uatl43b 4SIIIHr.p.'.( 25155 spacious Lacalthou IIIIand ..... ..
Pitcher Earl Johnson's three hit- K'n..lf' 4 5 S II S Uhfler.If' 4' I 1 a -' ..
I Club Greyhounds in an exhibition straieht targets yesterday to win Fall will be on Coach Frank 0r.r.b..ib3SI5ElIb: 2S03 I h the backed ..

: PITTSBURGH [APJ] National Football League club ter Lanky was a contributing Ted whose factor.five hits game here at ExpositionPark the 20-gauge championship in the Leahy side Aug. 22. WIk.C4S1iP'1'un.Ib i'.stb.2U45111an.S.2U. 15554 111145 'I down to 11 ta M ia the b___

I WM meet here today to weigh prexy Bert Bell's pet Friday including two homers last night. annual Southeastern Skeet Shootat That's the date of the annual :, Simell.s) 1SlIiVa.nIII $1511 off his seven atraicntfire t1-
.4an k.r Betty Pickering hurled two-hit the Jacksonville Gun Club. all-star football game in Soldier | JIM SSIS1C$519l3LS.. 15545 [ of them over 81.1 .
five-vear ,
| a schedule and to consider injecting a were good for five runs despiteBoston's ball for the Orlando champiqns, ; It was the second title won by Field and yesterday the two Army .,..1_.'<1 IISSS-'aIflP! 551535rees.rbp yecterday wa tyae ..
... type af "T" tnt* the professional I one-run defeat. singled I the Mobile. Ala., marksman who ? S S S 5 5: ....
game-television. to who picked up single runs in eachof All-America terrors were officially were eheertut; aa tw -- -
right field in the sixth ...
tV frve-vrar and the blasted 50 in a row Friday to take 1'.1. i3.. ;2*j;; ''.... 21 V, 2711 I Ift.ll
: plan, for schedules is the prime topic scored Johnny Pesky. first three mnines to win. listed on the collegiate squad, ..., powerful pMato toe taa. : L
: Rne I. rLil
JAR KENNEL CLUB PICKS PLAS I. the 28 gauge crown. SW .. ... ,-.
law -stMMi ameaf the Johnson was in trouble the .6,6.5' whose coaching staff for the encounter PI tfhwrgli 55 '545 aaa.-e ,! about two jumps fr
.M th wr4 1I"nt"1 I as : : : ; I I I Four gunners fired perfect Bears is .... 52* 555 _-II of folks ....... ...t-
was out that It] !( first three Brownies to "I'.I.1f 3 5 5 5 5 SlIIn 1 with the Chicago A lot a_ .
face him .
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I I I l I III. I
in the first 100 targets Error -a. *m *: .IId.
scores yes-
fi* __ be adopted I Babe 51,6.3-p 2ISSS'Er.ne.Th 3' I 2 % Leahy. the fart that tH* ... -
loaded headed by looked
starting I Zaharias Wins the bases on singles But Lutt..l % I II I'Han.1, 3 e 5 I I .,.. T-...... "bit: nmrall Cm P. )hsCse.ahek. I II. ,
Mw fartheomuic Mason. j: Jeff Heath flied to Sam Mele. the .1_." 31354Murg..1-rf31345: terday as all-gauge shootinz: "It will be a relief to have those '- .. FtnuiKhx Tin**,!,.. "hH I M. M-Orakrk. i,- Assault was .beaten. .tat .... ttr
The ....dte .in rncompaai i iF I 17th Title ,, Browns held their bases on deference PU, ? iISIRn.p2.sf. . . I I I began. They w re Tom Spicola of fellows on my side for a change," ".i_ ..... Litwhtln. Dnriri. pJ.J PIIn.U41U' Btmoxmllt frVvtm was by Styau* a.d It .. ...

,............ ....F* It affect the onTh . Straight to Mele's accurate throwingarm. I.IF,14sf SSSISIIr..dnLefIIIt.t..n ISS1SIW.k.RtIhn.i25SISStMtn.jf, ..- I I 1 I Tampa. Bud Overby of Gainesville. said Leahy. "Football may wait a IM I 4.* Rrarakm Bun on kill L.k.( tm oil hura K". 1. "f '... L"tnirk the mll-.....n..-**.... Ir"
I ... ..****.*.**- debate willI and Willard Brown. Negro 1 : . . I.i Lester Varn Jr. of Jacksonville long time to see their equal andI .M< >>) Rue I. h; *... 4. ance distance IU. result tlw'rlet
At Colorado and Bailey of Montgomery H,<' off R"* S 'n 4 imtiOB* off flrinrTlrh
Springs n.1.3 215245un.r 25032 George
bo wet ttifvtsfta1 playing his first they making one Sll M Hand .
games pros- game with the.. IP.PIrII'II.It 2 I 1 I 3 am happy are 1 in 2. LOCIIU pi"rhn: K. I spit'.. UraliotBaUanfant him get sway at
I palsili a*. a Murra ef increased ,i COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo. Browns since he was signed Thurs- !B.Plrll.. 35521 ''Ala. appearance in the Middlewest be- and *_art Time: 1 I*. S2.H acraat th* ..... Its-
I ..... a han *cap tn Uw me- t I day. hit into a double play a performance \ \ Russ Aitkins of Long Island. N. fore they lay aside their grid togs i chez was SIS M and ..I far
rAP Babe Dldrikson Zaharais Totala tn 2 2 IS 11 Tntala a 1 :l 1* the 20 AA title in
: .MM 4paftMM an tna premise I I ,i l he repeated in the Jal K.n Club __ __ _ aa. :m _2Pick. I Y. won gauge a for keeps:' : Young Peter Scores place and show aad A.-It.. MM
: tW4 IMM. iKrrH May away In Inwesliw' won her 17th straight tournament : fourth inning. The Brownies went I Pla. ... Ill cNssxfH r if they; ran watch yesterday with a 9 to 8 I hitless after that. I : Hi.... T-.t.. P PMn-lng Runa bat. consecutive birds. ''At' Monmouth Park
10nOlt SAl trd m: Innn. kre... UiUrr, ninlra'. .b.n Mrs. Francis King of Atlanta Voight Wins National
a r... .. ,-,' >rt at horn victory over Dot Kielty of Los .- .. .I' IT. LOUIS..' ..'A.). .I Mink Moron Burn 2. Sarrirhr! : SOnS\ Ilnibl with 95 OCEANPORT. N. J. (API Trail AUSSIE BOXER HI....,.
Ae.4h 'less hlrh .111 be I '. pI.;,: B rtrkcrtns M Krn.... Mink I.. P. took the women's title a
) oftl..3It ;
4 I S S I coIn..,. ? I' I I S Decathalon Crown BRISBANE. Austral ''AP1 .....
Angeles In the Boardmoor Wornen'i Plrtrrinj H T. baMa: Ju 1. Plrki and also in the Class C ing far back early Mrs. Robert L.
.... r..b.n 4 I Z 1 5 _ was tops
aIe.4-b.I .W. pub.wts Hltrllr .3 I S 1 Z S : I7'"fL rII': .
; ..
Course record of 68 I".rf 3S11IsuhtI.S5.lf '_... 3. I 3 I 7 B.n lulls: ng <. off Rritoa 3.- group. ELIZABETH. N. J. [API John Gerry young Peter moved up Rewan Lewis *-,..- ii ,... -
the taptiIi.n of f the I "- 1 off Hickj 1. I strar! out: by Pu-kmni ;. byI
I 5 I I 5 Be.tjr 2 S S a S with rush in the final half slonal boxer who 11 win weri ed
. The trophy went to Ed of the Baptlmore Olympic a great
mal Att-AsMrrtra f Mifrrrnre. I DS'SS.25 I Rirks 1 Hits: nrr FiHmlnc 2 tn r Iml1- nR handicap : Voight .
IB* IttllaMiAl' League suffered the tricky Broadmoor layout.It 1>'31o..ct I 4 SISSBnn.s.d I 5 5 dn'tll.l'' '3 "5 5 I 7 S I .lio. I to j.
.... t.ari&I pafiss bevause was the third straight time -1.T........... Z''u'rems 4SISs3 .... Z .a Wmhn.by Pttok"n&phrhft.(Hirks PInkr.ing>. Wild t.plres.pitrhn: 'op RHtnn WI_I.low who came up with a 106 total. 2572 points yesterday to take the the $25000 choice stakes yesterday Stadium Friday night died lit It

she AH-As..rlfa f.r *4 rs>.U ... she won the meet. In the 1915 Jn.S.. . . IKIft, t'r.. 35,4 I' 5 SI.u.L.b.ev and. .&_Id. Tim: 1:31. Young George Boone Jr. of Day- title in the 27th National A. A. U. before 25,000 fans at Mon hospital her Ye 'e--rta lie w.Btn*

weld last. sa%.. la blddlnc for tournament she defeated Miss -----. 1.5.5 I' tona Beach surprised some of the j Pentathlon Warinanco Park. mouth Park. father of a thre'lsll child"

|.44t,r'- ..., .f .hem were Kielty la the finals. 6 and <4.< Tota1l II I 12714, .uit! sa. 37f Electricity is used on more than oldsters by winning Class D honors Voight who captured but one
i.f*. tat. IK. pew rlrrsiU.T B.5-41,5,5 51 fun KInder. Ia Sib three million U. S. farms. with 88. I first_place.in the five-event: grind

\* .... ** "*. '01 In a back SL -Leu"- ----.- -_.._ "5,4 e _501 s-55-1 I finished 246 points aneaa 01 sec- PRE-INVENTORY I
bM Map a* tt, mal Friday asa Southeastern AAU E..: Junldl.. 1.... batted I.: \\1111.. I on-place Charles P. Covino of the

...4L. .f.A* ...., tN offtcial Swim/ Meet Carded T.-b.un is Dunty is hit 1.-D11Io..1o.. 11. Len Daubl.'an.S. ....: _. ,P..y. f.. Stranahan Ward Reach Finals New York A. C. C L.EARANCE'fering
_sI.e .f pto football ant II. Louis. Z. B_. S. boUt: err .1.-- 1. err SUMMERIn .
KIn', 3. 11I...._ aut: h> MuMna S. br Kinder
AqsW. ta return a committee SARASOTA fAPl Udo Beach 4. taiplrta. \\,al*. HuSband. and : I
d ......... WwTW4op2. promised Pool In Sarasota Is to be the 1:1 Berqr Tim :: i In Western Amateur Golf Meet '

5. >*Mr Ju. this sale we are of] many item v.u

M a-. as th* wily "of f&rtal'& AAU swimming championship Annual Hall of Fame may need now or at a lal ter date . youll really I
... irag;*s*. a spokesman for Bell *. Out. 1was I
8-9-10. announced '
..W i here yesterday. District Baseball Game Monday'Army Grid Greats Sign Up be smart and save mane'y, if you buy .... !,

... laM th tat,.
Champions from all parts of the 1
tie> HM leek ksru. financial South will participate. The meet I COOPERSTOWN N. Y._ UPI DES MOINES [rAP] Frank Stranahan, defending JAYSON PYJAMASBoth VAN HCUSEN PYMMMA

*e e$ fer a 1400.ooft project for ,!also Is to be open to any amateur i Historic Doubleday Field received I, champion from Toledo Ohio, scrambled from almost certain f I

a ..s piski Hall ef ram- InL.b. swimmer tn the country and I i a last-minute grooming yesterday defeat to advance to the final round of the Western I BLACK BtSS.! TROUT A 8VOOK coat and midi style Ref rf f ttlor T w ......
taMUr to basebaflaI in preparation for the sixth annual :! rop water darts and pops Hand I.I.: I
there will be
open events for boys
Amateur Tournament with 4 and 3 Thomas made. Beautiful 7 coats. This pint
a victory over
..... at 0ef tewn. N. Y. ,and girls under 17 and for men. I Hall of Fame game to be played really catches fish. 3.95 5.95
I I. _ here tomorrow between the New Sheehan, Birmingham, Mich., yesterday.
i : York Yankees and Boston Braves. Stranahan's victory an uphill' Fix your old plugs 4

I The game will be preceded by battle that found him 3 down at I long. 482-yard 33d hole on Wakonda 22 No. 1 Gan1I0oks' V* GOODRICH AnotherJAYSON It lit III ..
ceremonies at the National Baseball the end of the morning round of 1 by mail [worth double] ,
I Country Clubs hilly course. $
Hall of Fame and Museum. 18 holes gave him a spot In to PLAY OXFORDS WWf WttiCS
Playing 3-under golf for
t .I where plaques of players elected to day's championship stretch of 35 the second round-par 4 under for "UNCLE CHARLIE" EDWARDS Canvas top rubber sole-Posture. ': I >er .e.!*.. A ......, III
the shrine holes
with Marvin [Bud) Ward.
during 1948 and 1947 the day-Stranahan didn't lose foundation. Ref 5.00. ........
(1 Times World Champ Bait Caster) i
will be dedicated. Com. A. B. the genial golfer from Spokane.: I
of the last 24 holes. :
Happy Chandler will officiate Wash., who defeated Robert (Bob) one IK Trenton-Orlando, 91*. 3.95CELANESE 2.95
at the dedication. 'WUlits. Kansas City 3 and 1, In Ward. two-time National and

y terday's semi-finals. Western Amateur champ had '
I TUERO UPSET I'I'I It will be the third meetingof plenty of trouble beatingil- SLACKS ; JAYSON SPNT<< MWtf

BRATTLE {UP] In a surprise Stranahan and Ward, who li ts.
Onuino hawkskin slacks Worth I : SeW...... m. ___ .....
I I upset. Jim Brink. Seattle defeated i stand all-even for their fir.tt..o ; Willits manned a sizzling put- more but . ; . .l*.rs, SeMI ts ..,rs 4t.
___ top-seeded Jack Teuro. New Orleans matches. Stranahan defeated ter in the morninground and held I I
in a semi-finals singles i Ward 1 up ''in 36 holes for PLACElKaw 5.95WILSON \
a 2 up lead through the 10th hole 2.65
I match here I the Western last and
yesterday in the Washington crown year
I but lost his touch on the llth I
I State Tennis Tournament. was eliminated by Ward. 3 and
THIS? 1. In the atlonal Amateur where he missed a 2 1-2 footer. AIMn-On Sonoton BROS. i !
Ward squared the match with

t KOI! Thn drcn bv our new BRAKE WHEEL II Baseball's Big Sixty ] Tournament.,Sheehan swinging: blazinghotlight birdie 3 on the 340-yard 12th with Hushes Nols*-You Relax! BUFFER HOSE i; I I SWIM WILSON TR9HM He5.
an 8-foot putt and was never down This newest Sonotone Is the
ALIGNMENT AND WHEEL lorns and a steady putter With the famous '
BALANCE Butter heel
I ( the Aaaoetttwi Pr...) again. He won 14 and 15 for a two ONLY all-in-one instrumentwith
and toe Size Soil
had a 5 up lead at the end of nine 10-12 Re, 60c a"" fisra' r'.rss 5s4
; MENT. under the Ttatt leaders In nch leatttf)
supervision of a Baer Factory advantage, lost the 16th when Bl-Focal Control. Great 1M value
I PUvar and Cluk o *b r H act. holes in the morning round as he
tMfeted ) Mr. he missed a 7-footer and two comfort through! a noisy day! 45c
fcUHst Leroy Leavitte. Walker. Phillips SO 294 44 100 J401 made the turn In 31. five strokes was : 2.95
,, Btircsu. Indiana 74 262 40 89 .3391 up again at the US-yard 17th Set 1tISONOTONE

Mr Lravltte Will Be Glad to Check the KeU.. alleJ.11ka 83 82 313 311 36 61 105 104 ..ill ,,. under 3 up. par. and.finished the round with a birdie 2 on a 5-foot putt. OF ORLANDO

Gustlne. Pirates 84 322 61 103 .320
Condition of your Car. Galon. Bed 68 213 31 ea.31i The fighting Irishman. Notre INGRAM & INGRAM !
Hun .uttod InNational Dame golf captain and National 611 METCALF BLDG.

; ALL ESTIMATES FREE Uanhall. OurnU Loagua T3DlMa|I American.ilo. Tanks Laaiuo)60 Amateur medalist.in 1939. lost his I OPTOMETRISTS I 7 e4

Mima. Olants 10 WUllams. Red Sox: ,68 touch during the afternoon round PHONE 2-2101
"_?. Oiants 70 Menricti. Taokxs SUohazon. and Stranahan had evened the '
i GREAT SOUTHERN STORES INC. Mama 5,.. Yankees &e ,I match at the 24th hole. From Successors t* MEAD'SNUhts. 'IlothcNORTH :r ;a; Men"ANGE

t. National, Le..... I American Le..... that point it was only a matter of : Sundays, Holidays UM
I |)t X. Or**** \t. Ph. 2-1880 Miss. OlAflt mwuiiamj. Red Sox IS I I G. F. COOPER-Consultant :
I Marshall. Oiant 24 Gordon Indians ISKinor. time until Stranahan was to close I 11N. Orani Ave. Fhone SIM 206 ORj!
Ptratea Ui Heath. Bravaa IS the match with a par 5 on the BATTERIES FOB AlL AIDS

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I: Five Runs InfifthforWin Standings Open

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t = !I i I alt aineattll.Partona Beard 3. Tala S, ORLANDO ka 0 IKCond I |>.. raised Tops Palatka Here To Draw\ Pirates,4:2

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I ORLANDO al Gainetll aI I !rSce: :' .o T: Sac, 5---' -'..c''lGAINESVILLE -@ ."' -:-. .
*f. Auauetine at I>*LaiHl
. Daytona Beach's cellar-dwelling Lesbvrt r.io'h"at Fanfnrd t> ;'. Btarh I I' Mynl' Hoag Field of 150 ST. AUGUSTINE' RQ f

.i, w Islanders scored all their runs in 'hurled his 13th win of the season tunno. a Brooklyn riftuH -

one inning and then coasted hometo NATIONAL. LEAGUE : here yesterday as he limited the pulled the iron mo stunt
ClUCK COCOA SKEET PILOTS: This. trio of Preston Randall standing alongside at cen- defeat Orlando by a 5-4 T>a.. W. L. Pet C* Taaai W. l. Pet CaB A field expected to number
; margin ,. aN .
I kb.1 13C ;H I.Inr Ba'i 41 43 41. Palatka] Azaleas to four hits last night bUn LetMbu! 4
". here last night before small 451 ( SI; 4.. 1*' somewhere in the neighborhood of ,,
.. MIt*.1| C ter NoS with Owner-Driver Murry Raymond ,a York II 'it htrattr *
Q skeeter drivers and is .
their Fathering of dampened Tinker ', RoalMl 4" J1,1 "ts Psu.s'. :JjI.. .4**IIft : as the G-Men blasted out an 8-0 130 contestants will tee off here for his second victory in '
bock of the wheel and at right is No. Le.11 n1; ;:1 .', rittfo tk SI.. .41313; .
ISfrtlglahaL. ,.
n I
b* among' the several Cocoa en- Field faithful. R....'lta TaitwaayI i victory. Aug. 8 in quest of the sixth an- nights over the PIrates.
3, with Driver Turk Adkins, one of the South'sleading Last night decision ended a 13- lauiRro>*lyil '1 nual Florida State Open Golf Friday night fee 8am
k the clock and The second game scheduled for
skeet .
t' cox races at Azalea /i iod. In'iiuiatl alt York . drivers, seated on the wheel and Owner game losing streak for Grover hiruo at Philadalplila' ,....... r.nl last night was called during the ciiampionihio stopped LrN Url. :2 to 1.
.. t. ,.,.. $ y At left is No. 99, with Alex Scarborough standing in the background Hartley's Islanders Boatoei 2, Ti' tbvrxhCaavaa I Thor .third inning with the Azaleas Denny Champagne pro at ,1 The Saints.... the F }
1Mlt It nearly meant the conclusion j Dubsdrcad Country Club and tournament ,
'Oft..6.-rry ot the wheel and Owner Probable pitchm l.oa and lost retools lavanmtmnl leading 6-2 I two runs and then tied <-.- sat
I he
: of a losing skein for :youthful Stan i: (FIRST CAME director, said yesterday
-j, Zedalis Orlando righthander who s* Ixwlf at Brooklji-H.... (( 31 '.. TajI I I "L"TK" CAINESYILLEal0ISS already had over 30 entries on 2-al In the Mcoad on )
balk and An,'
lor t;-3)rittabwcli urk 0 a. walks, a
set the visitors down with six hits at Homo-O'.u.lI.1.11 *.. I_.:1> 4 a 1 1 ;3 .b1..25 3 Z 5 I 3Iina0Ld hand and that contestants wouldbe BraoBir -
and deserved better fate than he .Upaha.. (IJ*>. I. 1 2 I Bvks.3e 35122 allowed to enter until tee-off dcube An error. :
'iarlimati ..tN Took (21)-Black..ll (11-1) I 1'.1. 4. I I.Ierpn.; ... ;3 I 0 ;3 1 time. and Krtstie stnile adtird
Stock Car Race Field received. and Rtrrcnahtrser (3 II - and 'l\u.h..1f 0 4 3 ."I.c 3 1' 3 4 0ranikke tally in the fourth In the
Big loot '1.3) w r..nn.r ,5-". 1 3 0 0 2 IT........" 51145 The three-day tournament wil" : .
Three hits. two bases' on balls "hioPhtl..lphl.. ISI->-ickam i3>9> 1 I'rrl..rf :I 0 . .Jebe..rf 45015Dan..a.3b be played over a 72-hole route. No Judy singled: and scored f' -
and a pair of costly: bobbles gave and Lars (IS-SI '1. Htlmulataa 11-3) and 1 3 1 1 1 LlI".rt" : 1 1 1 e rounds will be held on Broome terrific doub a
Hush.*. 11"I L..uss I 2 S I 4 Eaaalb ( I : ) 1 I qualifying wall
Daytona their runs. 3 0 3 40241 said the centerfield
oC' La0e5Lp HosLg Champagne
1 4000 ExpectedTo George Boerner led off with a ', AMERICAN LEAGUE Pete Cooper. Ponte Verda Beach
To'.!. 23 14 :l IIi TMalt 3:1.: !: t 0
.. ... , .
Bordagarjy Follows Elpis Suffolk Downs base on balls and advanced on Bill Tea. W. L .t. CB T. W I .f. CBN r.I.'h' ._ 55s _-3 pro and only two-time winner of I Two More Join CVamsrNE
Tork i1 2.050 4's; I sod 37 4* 4 1 17' I
Rabe's single to left. Joe Justice ', : I'G.tm.' 051 078 0-45 the eVt'nt.111' defend the championship \\' YORK (CPI! T.o> Bin
lwir.it (% 34 i:4 1! Mr.1 47 447 20.
Durocher's ExodusATlAftTA.rpi Winner Third Time See Benefit charging in hard miscued onWests fV"n..i i' :3 JI _..I'I-"i WOOS Mi 31 4* .41721'. I.\ l nm Montaa:. )I". .Unlaaxi.... 'K.PIrtle.Tkorpe "Johnaan.. Baav Leiiktartraum baited. he won last year. holing prom..ters. Lies B<'" .
FbII'bla. n. 11417 V I.MII 29 32 .3,1:71; I IIIt.lta of SL I.foM > 4,5.
BOSTON IAP1 For the third high bouncing groundernear lloaa TnlIito:: Hea: Ripka" Sonny Hajs steady-stroking stein an
I BUnleylfN. wed .... VtnUrdar Role, ban. : )I..... 11111....,. Sar-ifiro: LajlrwBurka Ahearn of Was litat t'Jn. >. .
consecutive year William Hells' second and the bases Bnatvn I. l>" l iia aNew Tallahassee player is the amateur
, rfc .,. . .. listed i, Racing Program loaded. I, : Tab *. Itotr.it 1Hashiitctoa r .IkwUla plaji bananai 10 Ueaouzoa 10 with the ed In" yesterday' with hfI, '
, > y M Elpu yesterday won the $15000 ruin Burk C) Hag la Burke t. Eaton: M.r3sn; performer strongest .
I at CIerelondpod
'. Laton. Left bun Palatka 4. the third Rork (.-J "
I Bobo Tetrault's fly to Ty Brazielin M : balnesTtlleBaxa 1 backing. stare
_II. with tao Durocher tOnlj Kbe>1u 'dtCaaias
ay as fames
1 ballt nff LeTejrf a, off .
added Hannah Dustin Handicap I [Continued from Page ] I Tea'afFrobiblt oai Hag 1 btrrk0t. Tony Zale rai.wIf'II"'lhl lo'
right the Islanders their Champagne said no qualifying
gave h7 an'r,020 4 rated
y Hag ball: r.ul'
Nk4.ber apt iirawtechc. on pltcbei t.oa and hut rerordi lHiKlaoa > .
three and .
to bout.
romping an easy entries from Cocoa. Winter Haven first run Ivey "worked Zedalis for 50001500.I. 1<"- I BP!-e -err 11,1 B.a.ltT. aM: 139. round would be played and that

J_ ranrh Rtcfcry baseball three-quarter lengths victory over I another base on ballstlooadhet I RosO II II' Lou.. I:.- :.I._ (3-II: sol prize money for the tournament. -
I and Leesburg could not make theI II II ... Kran 1S-f1 and )1"1. SWIM :MEET SET
U tttla H O Jones First Page before a another base on bam to load the Former Tar Golfer will be announced later
time trials in addition to or 1.IIILPhIl.oIol. CHICAGO i API I A f..:: E k
twnhIaa seven sacks again thirst 11 Vbeib (3 31 and Eighteen holes! will be played
, who rut crowd of 23.534 at Suffolk Downs. I I lphia at .,
; .M.i four Major waive Maine Chance Farm'sVar Date eight Orlando entrants. Joe Zander bounced a grounderto Marcblldon tr la.:ji' r,_ rapilk. 4.-A l and RufDnji Ohio Amateur King Friday and Saturday with 36- preview of Aovrtc. f IfT: .r
Hirr.it : siNew
II M ) swimming strength for the iJ
11 u third a head behind First These cars including several Robertson at first but Doug : Tort at 1",1011 I-II"e.o. MSI' and HARTVILLE. Ohio tAPl( Bob hors: scheduled for Sunday'sfinals. ,
IPeri the 8( Louis Olympics will b? held' in C J' )
: I I Page t:-It ar .Jonmnn tl "I TI, >" e lmi.ei (9-eland .
Pace and a neck in front of D. A.Rosenbaun's after making a neat pick up. threw
tMUg la ttt derltnemt kecters in their midst will be IHfratlra 15.ItWaihinfoa Servis of Dayton, former Rollin., -- ----- Aug. 22-24! when the Illin'.s A
I et hr ... HMoe* for Lady Phara. I allowed to compete.All low to home and the ball eluded at llereland ':t Bacfner 138' Kolfer annexed his fifth Ohio BUFFS SIGN MOORE letic Club is host to the Na' r
I Red Abreu allowing Rabe to tally and M.rterro.SI ta. Barde |3-11 and ftlltr
.MH OM H > dU.tttrtiff amateur championship yesterday senior outdoor '
a. UM .11 n., HOUSTON. Tex. I API Herb AAU n 'n a
.. last Monday Keller Recovering : told between 37 and 40 cars and break a 1-1 dedlock Pitcher with a 5 and 3 victory over public Mocie 34 yea.old southpaw swimming and cluing eta' ,

audiar f. a week and ad- and skeeters-a glorified ,version Stubby Stablefeld] then smasheda INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE links golfer Max McConnell in the pitcher has been signed by Hous- ships.
From OperationNEW of single to left scoring West and T... W. L .t.T., ... W. L P.Lsimuoal 36-hole finals
yss4 r'icy that his future a midget racer-will tangle in __ of the 41st annual ton from Rochester of the Inter-
30 J! .144 RuU. II II .471yrrOOe
I ii........- -Mt 8M Bom YORK FAP1 Charley Keller the main events. Ivey t' SI 3. i730nk: II 51 141J01500 State Golf Tournament at Con- national League and will join the There are an a"e r t 7

.-.. NtMk* ltaeue Pica l slugging New York Yankee Mike Sofia popped out. but I 'IV :'1" .HI T.......'. II 33 421arbntrr gress Lake Course. Buffs next w,'ek. tornadoes every yea: ")
'halataan outfielder Is recovering in a New Favored entry in the stock car Hank Filipski rattled a single to . t. Li +a. IIsIIu'50. II -03 1.! -- -- -

.? ptallpr'd to appeal a York hospital from an operationto rare will be the 1938 Hudson right center scoring Zander. Rex i 5. "slag.5l IIIts YM.rdayTrot. b4I

rash. Atlantic Pntv Earl relieve the back, ailment that coupe owned by George Ham Throop put a quietus on the up- i Frrarv.e I r-53

hlM f. a maxiy has sidelined' him for several weeks and driven by Dick O'Brienthe rising by tossing the ball into sec- .On11 NOrr rhrduMIaOUTN ,

II. pOTtad. Wcue of an but his teammates expressed doubt same car Paul Sanborn Jr. ond 'where Lou Bevil caught Sta- ATLANTIC' LEAGUE: ,

UrnHr Dallas today that he would" return to won the fourth of July rare blefeld off the bag for the third T.. .. w. t, Pet Team. W. I Pet I
btwJtwt4 .I0.5V 01 l 31 .I: l-a annah 42 46 ;j e;j
uniform this year. with. out. 1'55,1050 ;1 1:. >4; J>rkM>r lll. 41 :5* .401
I Irlando had tone ahead in the .;......-.11. '! II 4! U IIIAu.u. I
Waldo Griffin's souped up third when TI rained life ... ;# 4| tIC'ab.ba l 1. CI 31Rtwlta
skeeter is the Orlando favorite roop Vaalaroayrntrlntoa
Drawing on Zander's error at first, mov- t GrMmllla. 4
but Cocoa's Turk Adkins and Joe
ed to third on Mannings single 1 Minn lahimbuf: . 1A03at1
Funari are expected to make it a at Columbia 'in)4. net irmindilJarkMOTlllo 1 l
whale of a tustle with their two and scored when Bevil lined a ., ......,.... tpfxt ralnl,

speedy skeeter jobs. single to center.In : .
the fifth with two away CentT'ielder -
Griffin "will drive a 1938 Ford Man-

I I skeeter tor and equipped supercharger.with a 1946 mo- ning's easy Filipski fly and dropped before you 'DeLand Trims 4' -.k.iiijiir:;:';

I could say it, Orlando had rackedup
I While the skeeter races are gaining three
in popularity interest still focuses John Garrison last night's batting -

on the stock car events. hero with a "three for five." Sanford 42i
The majority of the
cars are
walloPEd a long double to left centerfold ,
Ford makes, but the list includestwo Bevil
tallying Manning
i Packards, one LaSalle two then cracked a sizzling drive off i' il 'c The S ,ndcn )el1ftne, ,,>tcr

Buicks. a Mercury and a Hudson. the rigntfield fence for a triple DELAND The DeLand Red 0
Marion :McDonald, "who
, captured scoring Garrison and when Sec- Hats scored a 4-2 victory over
r- the first race stated here
ond Baseman Ivey juggled the Sanford here last night in the
some six weeks ago. will be bark
throw-in Bevil who had never first game' of a double-header.
in competition' with his fast cruised SANFORD. DELAND
stopped running anjhow
1940 Ford roupe obrb a a orb.
One novel entry In the skeeter home ".)1......... lion 3 kiwnwr.cf I 2 1 0 r
.lertsssF TV Braziel led off the eighth tj..So 0 1 2 I R
races is the 1936 trimmed down "'. .old' Ih 3 1 0 a "",.,,If, 1 I 1 S 0
I ; Pierce Arrow owned by Junior with a double but couldnt] etenpet H 'ini.on.rf 3 I 12 *W.dd.ll.rf! : 0 O 0
to third as Stablefeld a former Mutr.T*k 3 0 0 1 riolek 3D :5255
I Reeves. who erld.ri 2 0 t : P.m.lb I' 1 10 *
All day yesterday, workmen Joe Stripp School Trier.If t o I 1 t Y-na.>t 30503 "
toiled readying the track for the gave up 10 hits in all last night '-Md.. :30115140000010.0 25515 r'r
. zoo. 1 AALLSTATE
'crack card. tightened up and set Robertson anton* 20000 Banlin p
1 0 I I ITolala
I Justice and Abreu down in order. i ; - I II
Race officials were quirk to The Senators travel to Gaines- I : 27 t IS II Tads 25 1 11 12 I II

point out that there would be ville today for a series with the I s-batted.for_*_antoo In 'tbKanfoid 10011.0-3

no dust on the track again to- league-leading G-Men Southpaw I DrLand 3D* 01* :1-4Erron ;
day. The oval has been thoroughly Tommy Hyde has been named to : Bride rm. Runa Sated. In. .Patter
field, :. Clolek Tern 3. T.*-bu. kit: Satterf! ,*,l watered down and the face the G-Men "with Gene Major *: Bardin I,ft on harm: Vanfnrd \ IXIjixf ,47 ._,aioo.1ttEt4l'PP THI RIGHT WAY
.'(C _P.t$t? @ water "wagon "will be in use again due a shot' at the loop leaders Ba..t an balls off "t"'anton 1. off Bardin .
1. trork cut bt. Bardin 2. lajplm lIMn
until time for the first race. when the two teams return to and Darn Tier I.11.DuboisNewNational. TO SAT

I "I keep telling Milton t* eineh those straps down? I Another interesting angle to the Tinker Field Monday. 9 AUTOf
races will be the experience of the DAYTON.b r b. .1 sb r k .
veteran Cocoa aggregation matched ,.,." .... 4 0 5 !1Sr.n.rt i 1 1FlIll"kl SU'PPLIIS'
rf J 0 7 .. \hnnlnr 71, 4 1 I 7 7 1 49
I aeainst the youthfulness and ...........Ir 7 I e r..ori.n 1 1 I 0 Sculls jtAlAl'l
speed of the Orlando field. 1t'.311' 2 1 2 I 7 _II." II 2 J Singles H vfl - -- -'
In lieu of this and the fact that I ""I.r 1 1 0 1 I R"'E..I.rI'' I. 7 1 .I
1 T..raalt.rI'' I A 0 1 11t.'t.l1o. 4 0 1 lTh.r'h I
the skeeters average as much as 1 t 0 J 41..tlre.7" 1 4: Champ; Kelly Upset
20 mph more than the stock cars 7.1" 4 1 1 a t'Abrn.e 4 I 0 2 eI I
ytableltld.p 4 1 0 J Zedi1l. p I" I'efyd. 0 I i DETROIT [TAP Theo DuBois
officials quickly canned all
races 1 S S I ,
0t matching the two separate entries ____ _; of the Winnipeg Rowing Club who I II
against each other 1 Tail" 3* S **7 12 Total 11. It IT 1sbatted !I at 36 years of age was rated a
lor I<4alia la "II i contender "with too much seniority 4
Admission "will be $1.25. Itu or. 000 W "*-'
Stock" : tar ntripi, mod true et ror' Orlanto 101 S C 005-1 among oarsmen of top-flight caliber _
Marian McDonald '40 Ferd; M. lab- Emrt. : ZiHrr, Jinttr. Rotwrtxm. Flltpfkl recaptured the National Singles -
bitt. '34 Ford: T. A. Batt. 'U Ford: for. K.ha. Run bittarf In: Camam 1, TatraaltKtabltfcM t the
Sculls title yesterday in
Louia Taylor. '40 Ford: Bob Ll'lps. -34 2, Bell T. -ha>e Mtl: GarrltonRrazltL '
Ford; Cecil Dobaon. '39 Ford; Waldo TltrM-.... Mta: Bnl Kah* aertf,_: 73d National Rowing Championship -
t Griffin '34 Ford: Aco Moor. '34 Ford; Rnetner Jntfc Doubta plan: "Jnlttr* ("wtaaf I $1125
M. O. French '37 Ford: Joe Duffy '37 .ited>; Rnhertann t.. Pefta, to Ire* to z._:
1 Packard: : Alvin McGI.n. '39 Ford Rntwrtmi t.n..I.'''''; Brtlln .. boon.: I In regaining the title he von in REGULAR
Paul Sanborn Jr'JQ Ford L. BMtrhad .. "anoz"
: IHrtofta S. Oriaitdo 7 B *a MI :
'41 Ford; Jim Qurrni Lrrsbnrc, Ulii S. off H.."101'.." I. trark' Ml: 'by ZnlallaI ( 1941 DuBois triumphed on the
'38 Packard: Bud McBririr 39 Ford: Jimmy hi ptahlrfrM S Hit *>y ('I'.rzdoltl Detroit River course by stroking PRICE
Losr '39 LaSalle; Dick O'Bnen, 38 ,Ito..." ra".l ball: "Mt- aiplm: Wirntonml National Champion John D,
Hudson; George Karat. '41 Buick: Lloyd T jh....- Ti.. 1:S* past I
Grantham '32 Ford: Robert Barkhalter, Kelly Jr., who "caught a crab" at I II
'42 Buick: Junior Rrt'es 38 Pierre Arrow mark and
the quarter-mile over-
: Don Huchey. '40 Mercury: : Fireball State Game And I LESS ALLOWANCE
Roberta '39 Ford: Abner Anderson. '39 I turned.
Ford and VyrloUUlikins, I 1 1II
p 39 Ford
Kelly winner two weeks ago of I

1 STEELE SIGNS AGAIN Fish Commission England's coveted Henley Dia- '

mond Sculls and lose in only two
a 1
\ Steele. veteran halfback and one Meets Here Aug. 9 of his last 33 starts, spilled as

|I his left oar knifed too deeply into
of the fastest men in the National TALLAHASSE IAP1 The State
the "water stroke.
on a
ootball League signed yesterdayto Game and Fresh Water Fish
fully two lenght ahead of thei
return for his sixth season with Commission will meet in Or- field Il l II IIII
the Philadelphia Eagles. Steele lando Aug 9 to discuss a pro- i I II ; 25iI
i Behind him trailed Joseph An- : II
played in nine last I
games year conservation I
posed 1947-48 program 1 1I
gyal Jr. of the New York. A. C.,
gaining 108 yards in 31 attempts. !: and draw up its operating I 1
Regular llt.35 -NOW the aged DuBois and Joseph McIntyre J III /
budget for the new fiscal year I I I
$8.95 Eastern Finals Set Back The meeting follows the com-

NEW YORK [AP] All action mission's two-day "game warden PRO GRID GAME SET I

I I yesterday in the Eastern Clay school" which opens in Orlando NEW YORK [AP) A preseasongame ,I //1 / 1 iI

Court Tennis championships: Aug. 7. between the National Foot-

s/ \ was postponed until today because Commission Dir. Ben C. Mor- ball League New York Giants and I

r I of rain. The finals, originally gan said the five-man board does i Los Angeles Rams will be played 41g11 J

carded: for today now will not plan to take any action on at the Polo Grounds here Wednesday -

CLEARANCE be played next Saturday. fishing or hunting regulations. I night. Sept. 17, it was announced -

SALE tf .;- Drawing Cards I MORGAN yesterday.HOLDS LEAD WITH OLD BATTERYAll

--- ) I HONOLULU (API It began to I I

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more more

SFORT SHOES REDUCED TO I night that Hollywood Actor Frank ,I

Morgan had "won himself a yacht- I Batteries

i VAN .."* WHHE wigs tip*. straight I I Ing "Oscar" by placing first in the I::1

eMe ?..4c4-n .....as *r Ieaf.r-t.pe $8.95 California-to-Honolulu l race, but
N..Mla ---- .Lit he still has to wait until tomorrow I Guaranteed 18 Months.

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I Softball, Baseball Tourneys Open This Week

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: I .I Page 8 eljr} jyiinliaij .riiluirl-&tar' Orlando, Florida, July 20, 1947 GirlsSeeded

District Legion ITampa

r .Q 'FSL Bat Averages I Kramer Fry to LakeOrangeLoop ''Larned: GreenbergIn

,; .:f Baseball Play I Unavailable This Sets Four Western Net i in First

Week: Bum Scorers Finals Play TodayCHICAGO I

t r- Opens TomorrowPlay T \ cce SILVER( -3' to Tie SPRINGS Sunda Sen- net Florida.Stcr: Defend Titlesat Contests TodayThe national Intercollegiate IUP1] Gardner tennis Larn- IS Softball Meeti

Lake-Orange League heads and Seymour Greenberg I
State League batting averages champion.

\ IOXINC COMMITTEE MAPS PLANS: Plans for the first. an- in the 6th District American I normally released for publication Sea Bright this into weekend the final. with two four weeks games of play on seeded No 1 in the tourney i was Seabreeze! top-seeded of Tampa among the yesterday setva

r.jfA Central Florida Boys Amateur Boxing Tournament are Legion Junior Baseball Tour- I each Sunday, are not avail tap for play this afternoon and won semi-final matches in the : teams entered in the Florida Slat!

t* u id 1-v the boxing committee of the Orlando Optimist nament am with opens six teams here tomorrow competing at for 10 able this week because of incom- SEA BRIGHT N. J. tAPJ A field one night game set for tomorrowTopbilled Western and tennis will championships meet in the I; Girls' Softball Tournament which

r & HtnrHnr el the matches. Members from left to right: the district title and berths in the plete returns of official box of 32 men and 24 women repre- among today's contests yesterday' finals today. I opens here next Thursday for a

W 1f're ,1 scores from league scorers. senting top-flight net stars of is the game at Mount Dora. men s three-day stand.
> << Allen, Chm. Jimmie Horrell, Clyde Huber State tourney. Doris Pople. Cedar Rapids! Ia. Mrs Katherine Johnson Me
The double elimination tourna- League Sec. Peter Schaal an. North and South America will where first-place Mount Dora Kan-
Dr L A Scnbner ond Phil Igou. I and Mrs. Lucille Davidson Dermott tournament director.
ment is scheduled to continue nounced yesterday. compete in the 59th annual Sea attempts' to maintain a slender advanced to the final

through the week with the finals Bright Lawn and Tennis Club invitation one-game lead at the expense of sas*City.in the Mo.women's division. said the Seabreeze team was top-

I Saturday. The tourney will be In tourney which opens to- Bob Ivey's hardhittingmter William and Mary College seeded because it was eaeflUtl?
Optimist Club Plans Amateur the same team that won the 19 W

progress simultaneously at Tinker FEC Loops Sei: norrow.In Park nine. seeded No 2 in the tourney, State title playing as Jack s Cookies -

Field and at HarperShepherdField. the men's division. Frank Leon Shepherd's second-place defeated Bernard Bartzen. Wil- .

Barker of Los Angeles. former Na- Apopka Club stays at home to take liam and Mary. 10-8. 6-2 and 6-2.

Boxing Tourney in Mid-August The Orlando team. unbeaten in tional champion is top-seeded. on eighth-place Tavares. Apopka Greenberc;: Chicago. defeated Fred S cond- edea position went

10 contests. plays one of the open- Four Contests with Gardnar Mulloy of Miami doesn meet Mount Dora again Kcnaleski William and Mary, 3-6, to the R. H. Hall nine of Saint

ria.ni. ,! I.T the first annual Central Florida Boys Ama- ing games at 10 a.m. tomorrow by second; Eddie Moylan of San this season and their hopes for ;3-6 6-3, 63 and 6-4. j Petersburg runners-up in the

ff a"? B' *ine Tournament to be held here at the City Audit playing Mount Dora, a northern Francisco. Spring Lake victor. overhauling the Dorans rests on I tourney last year. The other

Tinker Field. i I| third. and Bill Talbert of Wilmington I two seeded' spots went to Or-
division team at -
t during the week of Aug. 18, were announced [rSre--tOI to The Sunday Senfinel-Stor Del. fourth. the meeting of three second division lando teams' with Pick' Flatterers -

t -. .ia\' II j Larry Chubb's strong Winter COCOA Cocoa's red hot Indians : clubs in their last four games. Shirley FryRetains and Orlando Transit tn.
Top-seeded Miss Shirley Fry
1 h. t...jrp "",.*>nt j is sponsored by the Orlando Optimist I Park team. beaten only twice winner of seven straight of Akron. O. and Rollins College Thhdplace1ntf'r Garden third and fourth. respectively.Both .
by Orlando in nine starts plays travel to Titusville today
r *> f..r tfcntret ,..,..... fit creating* : : games last year's winner will defend originally scheduled to meet were semi-finaHsts Ut
the other tournament-opener at : for an all-important session with
ma4 ...... Mi MMtwr boxing I I Eustis at Eustis today has madearrangements year.
her title In the women's division
matched according to one of the 10 a.m. tomorrow at Harper- Titusville in a Florida East Coast Eustis at TitlePHILADELPHIA
"" .. . to meet Other teams entered are the
nU .. .. .. fighter in against a group which includes
ft&rel rtarttl. [seven weight divisions.Winners Sbepherd Field their home base. League engagement that will have Winter Garden at 8:15 p.m. tomorrow Reese Snackett of Ocala. Jacksonville -
area. second ranked Virginia
Mrs. :
with George McClelland's Cocoa : a direct bearing on the loop stand- in the lone night game. Kennel Club and the
of the tourney will
r,.,.. at the '. ..ewsn.hMh club furnishing the opposition. Kovacs of Los Angeles and Miss j '
< TAP Top-
-. will I. 4l..td-4' InU !.. I be awarded gold medals and i iI Winter Park was runner-up and I ings.The Gulls holding a one and a Dorothy Head of Los Angeles f Fourth-place Clermont is book- of Akron. Ohio" Jacksonville Seabreeze NAS Spars will be inactive.
I miniature sets of boxing seeded Shirley Fry Only
.*,... mm t. Hr"l IN the gold : Cocoa third in Southern division half game lead today. will haveto rated No. 3. I ed to play Umatilla at Umatilla. made advantageous

t.tMt*. fM...t tar the f>r*>pMtl lotm..pIus a championship ceri i regular play.Sanford win to keep their margin between Other stars who will compete i The host club has won four of and Rollins use of College.the drop shot yes- Thursday.teams scheduled with the for other MX

. i tlflrat. I Cocoa. in second are Bob Falkenburg. of Beverly their last five outines to climb intoa opening
* IUMMMM* .. t. built byt I' to win the 47th annual I
I be beaten only once dur- I Hills; Call Sidney Wood of New tie with Winter Park. terday games Semi-finals are Friday
.. >tl-MttU DM she rink's. property There mill also a Sportsman's I II showing daylight. sixth-place Pennsylvaniaand Eastern States I

I .I l..h. Lore* H..n.. I Award to be presented the participant ing scheduled play. and Leesburg Other games today finds New : York City and Seymour Greenbergof The other game on docket is at Women's Grass Court Tennis I' night and the fmals Saturday at

I I selected as the best sport of northern division teams. are not Smyrna playing hot to Vero Chicago. Ocoee. between fifth-place Zell- 8 p.m.
1 Ota ft**,* of eM tournament scheduled to play until Tuesday : of championship. Members of the team rnttl be
the matches. Beach while Fort Pierce stays at Francisco "Fancho" Segura wood and the cellardwellingOcoee
seventh ranking.
*.ItlH 1* Jimmto Harrell.rhr The country's lawn at :3
I i The seven weight divisions will morning. home to tackle Melbourne in a : Equador, is seeded first among the: nine.Lake scored a 7-5 6-3 decision L feted at a party p.m.
Mentor* d In* committee Leesburg will meet the winnerof player Friday and a beauty contest in
entries followed by Ar-
beflyweight.: 112 pounds; bantamwelght. doubleheader engagement. foreign Head. Alameda.
a,* Itttl Ifwi over Dorothy
CTfdllubT.. Dr. the Orlando-Mount Dora game which "Miss Florid Softball

.V" .A AUm.Tb Srribner. and W 8. I IPreach..t j'I weight. 126. 118 pounds pounds; lightweight.; feather- 'I tomorrow at 9 ajn Tuesday while 15 MILLION FISHERMEN mondo Jack Vieira Kramer of, Brazil of Los Angeles.
135 welterweight. 147 Sanford takes on the Winter Park- There estimated 15 million who beat Malloy last year In the Friday.
pounds: are an I horus while waiting for the turf
*> tourney will be open to an Cocoa victor at 9 ajn. Tuesday.A 4-3 The local entries for the soft
fishermen in the United I Sea tournament will not Orange
160 Bright
beTs of Of pounds: middleweight. pounds. court to dry after a morning rain.
) trl Florida between
Jewel and
and 175 total of 10 games are booked States I defend his title. I halted themen's : ball queen honors are
light-heavy. pounds. r r ; r' A heavy cloudburst
th* .... of 13 and 30 years and for the six teams. with the con- i t r, -T.- :o\ r1 Betty Pickering of Pick's and Mar
There will be no heavyweight finals match.
no ppferant will be erptd who sistent winner down for three i WINTER GARDEN The Lake ion Belieu and Mane Smith of Orlando -
Ml rvMtwd tttc age of 21. HarrellComtMtanU | County all-stars made it two in a Transit.

J .a14ahw4.I All amateur fighters In Central games and remaining teams row over Orange County all-stars Veteran Princeton
florid Interested In participating playing seven games in the dou- Major League Averages
I here night. taking a 10-in-
wW be examined' Friday
In the tourney should I ble elimination mode. Crew Coach Retires Ike Williams Preps
AM vth l la by physician and nins. 4-3. decision in a drawn-out

I ...! i file applications with Harrell | Carlisle Hughes. coach of the ;I -Mrt .*,.. ImhHla 0Y ...n pl.y4 July .II St. rtH< **l.w ,Imhrit lamei play** Jilt l IS Lake-Orange League all-star tilt PRINCETON. N. J. rAP] Gor- For Bout on Aug. 4
1S15 Harrison
St. or at the CityEngineers I Orlando team. is tournament di A.rll'CA"' LeAGUE CLUB SATTINS NATIOMAL LIA6UE CLUS IATTIN6 before about 500 fans. The Lake don G. Sikes. former head crew

Office. I rector. I Club 'A. II H Ii n Mr KM Sb ret.aj Club S Ak M H 2k Sk Mr flat' 8k PrtBnemi nine bagged the first game. 73Pemble's coach at Princeton University and USMMIT. N. J. (LAP] like Williams -
Present plans are to hold elimination N. TttrIr 214T 131 fVI 1:7 84 M 51" 11 JT4 N. J. NBA
of Trenton. .
T* 2 *1 374 711 12* 21 41 111 II *7* of the
I n..I.1I4 74 :<*8 11* .ti I** IK .| *4J ]" .;MM line drive single in the current treasurer RowingCommittpe I
bouts the week of Aug. 18. N. Tork Tl 1712 45 TI3 II! IT lit 44* IT 171rtnrtimatt :. : lightweight champion boxed two
net""t :41 S33 I 111 5! SJ I T21 JMiv for the 1948 Olympic
R.'yn' 53 3195" 3"1 739 I?' 34 n 244 44 345I 10th scored Alsobrook from second
with championship finals' a week ''rhlnl. .. il : yn r* i"w 14 :': !vi SIT rounds with Doug Radford of New
OCSA Enrolls 2*>1 **" T!' 125 21 ** ISI:: ST 11PitUlwrili with the winning run. Happy same= has retired it was announced -
WithBo.tmi IS !'*4 :<* Ittl M IT 21 III M I4M '
later. II "*M 37* 113 la* y> 73 141 11 II* York yesterday in his sparring for
I .> Sikes has been crewmentor
:?!: :\I"J 523M3I in |4 of Clermont. with four for ye terday.
3! Loan I* 271 ail Tl* 112 21 11 S-1 IT !'1 Hayes
: Phlla. 'I :4T4 312 8"4 !:J J4 14 IHT 14 J'JSt. the title match with Bob Mont-
Plltla. I! I'M !:* TIT 11% 1* 11 J.T 2* .2KChtrai four. paced the hitters in the 16- at Princeton for the past
Loui TI ja5 395 1S 10434 47 283 4} !4.tZoldak of in theI
*: !*"' :Ji 74 IJ* II 31 232 1! .lil : 35 gomery Philadelphia
Doris Hart In I AMEIIICA" LErnE iU' flELD'1' i hit game. Jack Gaines went the years. I Pennsylvania City on Au,. 4.

252 MembersA NATIONAL LCAGUC CLUB FIELDINC 1 : distance for the Lake club, allow-
CI.b I P0 A E DI' I'C.

French Tennis ,. T.k -- 2141 571 .142 _ 12 :'4 SAl *i at .*7Rrartklyej ,. and Pete Brooklyn between them-
: :; :: I
PitI.dlthi$ === 2131 111 :.574 '. _ 12 3173 "4 14 It .I7tjW NEW YORK-Robert A.

total of 251 memberships were 5.14.' -- on 214* 472 .574WahInei. Lneji, _ II 2l I*T IT *2 .*7rinrlimatl selves gave up eight hits. Hollywood Park forwarded his signed contract to
: :: :: i
: : fentree Score: by mntnis:
2073 11* .575It. I21 1-4 T2 Tl
Meet Finals obtained during the opening weekof .Lt. 7t 2141 5t4 U T' .'11 __ 5! 2PI "I a* M .|71 RH the New 'York Knickerbockers of
the Orange County Sportsmen'sAssn. 4hI.i. n 221* 1141 T1 .'T: I P >.hiire.li. __ __ M ;:"* f:III M u .fNew Lake All-Stirs 000 201 000 1-4 8 INGLEWOOD Calif. r fAPl Har- the Basketball Association of
: Turk U 2MI 'U *1 Tl Irs Orantt All-Stars 000 001 020 O-3 8 M Warners Honeymoon. redeeming -
annual membership drive. Detroit II :l3t 104 It 72 .573TiIpI ry America. He was the leading scorer
i PARIS (AP] Doris Hart of ", pl.yo-Ch... Beam Tt :":oe |1* |7 I* .17 I Batteries Gaines and Montgomery herself after two successive -
Campaign Chmn. Billy Fulford Triple pl j-Pltuborih.. Chubb Brooklyn '6' and Godint : last season at Culver-Stockton
Miami. F! established herself a
; ? set-backs. merged as a threat
said yesterday. of Mo.
the cecond best amateur among.America's Fulford said the total resultsof PATTING SeCONDs NATIONAL. LtACUC .INDIVIDUAL. Former Cracker Hurler m the $100,000 Gold Cup next

feminine tennis stars efforts Incomplete US Ii .... la.") ATTINS RECORDS week by waltzing off with the
the first were -
yesterday when she defeated I, since two team captainshad i PIN).. S CI.* I AS : H hib.rit4P.. (IS .. ..... <.*..> Sent to Jersey City $25.000 Vanity Handicap for ( '
514141. St. IM,114 SI 30 11 3 I S .347
Louise of Beverly Hills. I 3
Brough and fillies at HollywoodPark _
I Player 4 Cl k S Ak N M Ik 3k kr rbI' Pi mares
not submitted reports. FeeIi. Su*. II II S I' 7 5 I II .33* -
CaL. for the second time this 514th.... rJ.... 75 :'S 31 W1 22 5 5 31 .:.215D421&I Pa4t.il. rune .. Jl lie 4:1 2 5 5 t .11:* NEW YORK (API Bill AYres. a yesterday. -

month to rater the finals of the'French The team headed by J. Y. ..... N.Y. 111 ,. 57 P5 5 113 57 334Pi n a..like.-*.. Phlla.SI L-PhL *71 I 2-3 I* 11 S t7 II *t *5 S I 24* 31.334* ,I righthander pitcher purchasedfrom Honeymoon's decisive win over

International Champion- Rudler turned in 102 member- *.. N.. Y.rk;. i it I S : ; I 5.333'iitdti1. I fa*. 14.tlu., it i* a is I' u .3r :* Atlanta of the Southern Association nine rivals. with Good Excuse sec-
'* .ad' 135 iT 43 1 I .331
WINTHMP'SSNttZER I ships. I ships to lead the field. L. D. ,,.11. Dat"'tt .- 74 251 3' 54 11 I I 41 .3:? MctoraiirkPhlla.. ___ I last Winter. was optioned 'ond and Nepotism third. topped
Bonn 44 1 I II 31 T 1 J 11 321P. j
her of 3 In Buddy Densmore's squad turn'ed ....lIn.. ('hI.i. n :9T 11 M 1" 5 S n .3:3 I of the International
Repeating upset July t, "' .... Clnriimatl .7* 2'T 41 n 1* 4 1'* !:. to Jersey City I the days' double-main event. the
: the Wimbledon semi-finals. Miss in 43 applications wbile Harry HI. U 1MrUulm II 2: I 7 I' S t .311 G.I... ClnrtMorl M %'II al.4 It a :31 .SJ* League by the New York favored entry of Grandpere and
ToreHllll a 212 IS SI 11 I II 43 .31' 0
.. I
: Hart swept through her California Sanchez's: team obtained 39. ,.... BoitoaMeCwky 4. 234 12 10 II S II 51 .111 Tauttia$ -. B..lTa chL_ IT
'opponent in straight sets 6-2. 7-5.1 I Other teams were unreported. .. Phil. Ii 24) 44. 11 5 I If .313 1'1........... at til 5* *" 1* 4 4* lit I not win a game for the Giants this SZ5:>>000 Laddie Stakes for two-

A slIppec ......... hoomtdoart but she mill have to wait until today Fulford said individuals and association I IMIIInnMrBridc..Bit It.."L..Ii'IIb. 7.23 257 iii 4 5 r.:1 11.t 2 lt S II .1..357.1.I II.uuhtr.,,0Pit..II........I.o.u... .71. "Sal 353 *40* 1*S. 25 11 a I :I: *37 4 .311.111Hitawa I, season ear-old colts and geldings.

to learn definitely who her w 100_. N.TP 114 :34 31 T. 11 2 5 51 :99 '
BnsM S It T
I . Winlhrop's officers not working on TS 2M S I II' :3
foe will be in the final round. kr BO.IO.Wlk Tt 32* II 44 12 I 5 14 .234 Farm. Brooklja II 211 1* IT 13 4 S4 37Mlze COW PEAS OV HORSE TRACK I CREW AT BRUSSELS
tnttnc ftnootrr U teams turned in another 67 mem- ri.ld. Detroitffpenc .51 IT 21 22 4 4 5 2 2 .234 : I III.
Mat New Tark 71 24 Tl t* II II It JO* 1
I Rain forced postponement of berships.He I *. \\"ublnl' 7$ :11. II :1 11 4 S 44 .!'II ........ .... Laull 14 T2 t 21 81 a IS .30* MIAMI-Between race meetings BRUSSELS f IAP1] Rutgers Uniersity -

skits *on ran" with a the other' Bemi-final match after added that membership cards I I Brvn..'. >INiro.. Turkrrw J3 43 34 nil 12 3 23* S ii I S J'I V .232 291 _1_ B kly. P33101557131 S 54 .MSM Hialeah's running strip is covered \' crews have arrived in Belgium \

twth7 smtot of ease and defending champion Margaret would be mailed out as soon as I Lindell. Vr. Totk 54 214 24 \I S 4 4:1.H '.. Mrloroiirk reaper. NTH Rita IS :5 In.4! 4? S* II T a 4 2*1 75 21: ..14M 11J with straw and planted in cow ; for an international rowing f

(feberne of San Francisco had i 1 Rwlfl Prr. t.-_ 4% i21 3* 33 .25 .. and velvet beans to prevent regatta to be held here today and ?
,SUM I (oo4 looks. possible and in advance of theassociation's U.kb.NY.t52143,531; : : ,: : nemeB klra *> 2-4 11 M It S lit 34FliMtt. peas .itlr Go 125 mJI. _
taken the first set from Mrs. BmtMi TS 2?! 44 M 14 4 7 51 _3MBowrll erosion. Monday. I ...
annual meeting Aug. Si Luililmait 2. pDoa ofw
1R14tb. 344427Si3 I 1944.:oT ... .
I '
.1011 S 193 II M 14 I 1:3 31 I
Pat Tdd of Hidden' Valley. Cal. 11 at the Angebilt Hotel. when Dir. *t, UuiiBinki. ) t3 I?! If I. t I I III .2'? I H.n.n,. N. Terk 2S 1122 41 1 I* .3tBaumholti '.- Enjoy S to )5mUe.perboar
35 IT, 72 II I' : I 21 .:' I
.-S. It .IU .bo concluded' today State Game : rhllidelptoia : rinr .I* 114 4t In It 4 lt.tI:: *I IPalM.
$9.85 Ben Morgan of the Perk tltttliixl .1 :17 17 II 4 olI
12 I 22 !
with the He-men's singles finals e..te... *1t5 It Tl: 1* 4 S U .It*
Mwn. B>*ton __ II 16T :1 .1 13 I 1 n .:11I rforllu.e.
and Fresh Water Fish Commissionwill I I terbe*, Phlla. as 14 :M a* II 2* rl Dostor 64 Returns to Mound p

put off until tomorrow. be the speaker. i I I Mullli, Dtntt - ;: 290 :: 7$ : J 11 ;: :.335I aim).. Phlla. __7* 2 q 14 T* 1<1. T 41 .:*3 _.
principal I =. ,
*1I14. Chteu 311 94 .277
I thesvbra
GP&rn fr,. $6.tJrtilson.s Uiss Hart. who is rated behind LitwhlhnBnrXw 4T 1J1 II 3<1 12 4 11 201Gordon
I .
5)4141. 5. T. &
12 25 31 1:1: I 1 1.\ :
14 Us Oeborne and Miss Brough in' I Lnu. 'uti. __" :15 3' 11 I. I 14 ..274LIlwff. ,,. .Nrw tort. .Tl 131 21 19 11. T 31 ..2112walks ; IIDE ONE AND
It M IT 4
Hranklri 11 I 1 4T .295 After WinsVIOLA
8. 1.n.1u _It :32 25 $4 11 I I 22 Long La'off-and 91SS
the U 8. National rankings was .
Armed Now Is i Tho-noa New Tark 71271514015 4 1519.234Ca.urttt. YOirUIUTONIIBIKE "
i FIt.'n.' 41..I.'d 61 UI :4 IS 5 I 21 ..274StIght. .. "IS'
even mar impressive' today than Ihicai* M 211: M 13 T I 1:1 29*
Chtcag. 5C Itl 15 II 4. 1 II .:aRobl
ToreeMM. Boatna T4 235 I! 11 4 II laNonh. 75
at Wimbledon where she had to _. S. "ow 44 s4. la MY. n ..2ILSm. .,. PhL-8t.I. _IT 111 11 II 11. I 11 .:*I Ark. [UP] Except for one man. the Viola and

come from behind after losing the Third !! .. ?._ 1',11 __ 43 111 :Ie 31 7 1 1:1 ..275laiR. Halifax. l..U.. IS li:* 11 nUl 1 I* ,:81M..h..1. Salem Ark. baseball teams for the WJJJz.iffRI
RankingMoneyWinner Philadelphia 1S:21ae": 12 t I II ..205Russ. N. Turk Tl 33 U IT t a tl I* .2.7Rlkard. were ready umpireto
first set to Miss Brough. 47li9lfld I. In II 41 S I I 2* .
.209Edltd. ;
V.HO; Plu.fc.rH ST ITt 31 St II 2 11 ?KlMoore. : start the Viola's "imported" pitcher hadn'treported ,
: STORE: .. 0..1_ a3 144 It U I' 5 U ..243K51t14v. ..L Lovia 1324431IiSI t 11 IDS game. I .
CI.n..a4 HeII:1 71 II 2 s. .207
Greatest baseball winning I *.IUl. Bnttm M lit 22 41 It 1 11 .2<:SiMny. MOTOR
Yoot. WublallOll 14 Iii 211 12 2 I I I .:tT ,
streak of an time was recorded by tNlctr.. S* !!l 2* 14 1* I 1 1* .24Mui '
"-al'-.y.' t..In.. . 13 H3 11. S I I 11 ..24vii. So the Viola called
manager a 64-year-old man
Bfltton <1 23 la 1 M 1 4 u .2*3RaluM graying
16 N. Ae. the Cincinnati Red Stockings in .. rblladolphla 13U 31 n 10 4 :4 .:1Chi. \
Orengt I the CHICAGO (API Armed. the ; Ki.ad. .... 71:91 2. n I" 1 4 IT :63 ,, nnria..... 7* 2j* M 71 14 4 4 :IS .2f'2 from the stands. He was Dr. C. E< Budget Plan
186970. They 78 ..
years won Eerr New Te-k II 13t 31 IT 12 a 3 23: 211
Farm's gallant gelding. .4.1.45. litI.. 44233111121: 27.2021 I I I
Calumet At
I straight and tied Hope BottM II III IT II II S IT .:*1 Roe. a practicing physician.
games one. t-: Dot. I 3 21' 24 IT 11 I I 21 .201 : his curve snapped nicely. When I
: catapulted to third place in the _ "._,'1. Kc. Lauu II 2tl 41 M II J I.a .2" first he shook off the pleas that I Small Down
-- -- - v.-. n. a sa4 3& fI U' I II .:01. Payment
list of world leading money win- 111,..... PhllL 10 25 2 1 11 17 I 1.. .255 ltf: .anti. Brenkly 12 211 21 II T I S 31 .2** he pitch. He had no spiked shoe I the final score was posted it was
M-C.ltouik. t htrai* I* 121 14 14 T 1 1 IT IT*
yesterday: by an easy victoryin 94,1.. _lOlI III :105 :11 n 4 4 S IT ..251lit. : i and uniform. Viola 4-3 and old Doc had struck
ners .,. Taller Boalm 21 M t It t 1 S S 27* no I
Park Rt* 71273347411 I 32.238 Wyratek, Phlla. *7 235 it (t 11. 15 .2:tZlemara Whizzer Molar SalesOF
the $55.000 Arlington I Finally he walked out to the I
5545. N14 Yett 29 44 S IT I 1 ..nsEMtItJ out 14 while allowing only two
Clarlnaatt ( Z'l M II II I 1 12 71Run ,
before 30.000 fans. CIII"I. IS I'" r 4t 4. S I' .23* !
handicap mound in his shirt sleeves and
R'-um _71 IK* M TT 1* 1 1 14 2'S I
14425. Det""t 13 202 3' IT It 2 hits. None of Salem's three runs FLORIDA INC.
4e .235'lilkotitS.
Armed earned 37.400 first money.Armed's Rna, Rronatra HI 271 17 74 IS 1 1* 4* .2,3 his dress suit pants. ,
Cliii. 11 iM II 58 12 I 1.2UBUtr.
margin over the King I IRanch's Cbkag. _71 :13 U 44 1. t 12 .:\1 1 Hark (""" .u. ... SI 172 21 41 'I I II .273ReUer : For nine innings the 64-year-old was earned
Brnnklya 4* 114 2t 42 t 1 1 21 273TOUBI
Bridal Flower, stable- .".,.,."ar..-.._PhU.delphla D144 54 12 203 295 .:4 5 35 51 II'S I 12 1 i.It .23:51* : N.TCl. .. I? til Si 3* I* T ** :27> I Roe toiled. As inning after inning I Roe pitched semi-pro ball until 602 N. ORANGE AVE.

mate of Assault was a length ...1......... 514144 :2) $5 51? 1. S 5.23* Lataietl. B aim 21 11 1 t t 1 I 271 passed. the crowd roared its approval i he was well into his fifties but Orlando Florida

Lzhc ew 0co. but the golden gelding never I 14.ph..- II. ......._ 1:13 U II. I. I l' 44 :4t nwak ":N l.. Louie Tark 74 S4 la 12S S.24: 34 H II 1 1. 13 a 4 II* ..275 IT2Riinej for old Doc Roe was pitch- I an automobile accident eight! years
tCI..laH it 252 6T. r I 15 It ..215Lids. Phone 2-4687
was In any danger after takingtbe ('.... PttUburik. _T* 9* 41 71 11 4 T it .:" himself out of the tight spots ended-he thought-his base- Don Asher. Prem
: lead from Briday Flower on (:hhp..I St., PhUl.L .is _- :: m i; i: : = .: :: :.24.241RlttbI. I 31...... rhiraaa 71 I*l 31 '* 11 1 a II .2Blallner ing caused by four costly Viola errors. ball His appearance against Salem

N York 34 127 21 34 IS t U .21 4 Florida State Distributor
the first turn. .. St. iis 43 1t* 14 34 : 2 1 15 :.244MicAstS. ; ..._.....11. :<0. T. 21 ;34 S 15 2. I 14 .:UG. His high hard one had zip and was the first since that accident.
9:5441. 11191149 5 231.23)Grws. .
The Brollte Farm's ChallengeMe I' ........... ?lttu. 71 231 31.: I S 14 4T .2 4R -
"ub. :34 .
; I.a 25 n 1 4 2 12 :"
than ... .._,,. N< Terk IT Tt 1* 11 4 a 1* 30440llItun
K.II ?
was third. slightly more T.k U UI 34 31 ti II 31 :31
Plttfbnrlh. 11 4* t II I. T .2SjMnlal. :
43.14. hLflo.t.n :Sl 31 IS I 1 42 .1.4*
two lengths behind Bridal Flow- ...... 51.11.. _12 234 32 ,5 It Ii :4 ..235w9 II' Loil. TT It ST T* 11 T t la .JLaoiaiifia '.
Frer Jacques. Take Wing. _. ,. riarinnati *1 11 1* SI 11 1 4 IS 21
er. 514.-b. II 1S1 I a5 5 I I' .2J2Cur.
Howell. Plttiborck. .4* M I 21 S t I iS-t
.. :
Pellicle Eternal Reward and ? 1'.1. 32 II S 29 I 2 5 5 .211
: Mueller ClnrtnnaU IS lit 1* 11 it I 22 .21Kenlntrk I
finished in order. 111r0901.s. T. 5239256111 115.220IN5ldy Phlla. T ST 1 1 I 31
Might Story 225:! IS lit STOCK
I Rippey. in the original field. did 54.135.: :.ut..i. =-$7: r.: ;: :) H : : 23MlitiiO. 25 :.220 I 'K..'I.'* 1'1.*. TS 2** 4* Tl t a 13 47 .2JTHindley CARRACESBENEFIT
Phlla. 41 131 5 14 I I 13 li*
$2 DOWN and Wl5. 13 1 5 1 S .223 I
I, not start. ): ,,.. W144t190705 1; 155 Is 41 4 1 : ; :.739Tk.r. G.r.nol. 8C L..5.441521221 71 1 IS .IISVhMlKllenet. I

WE MAKIIT) $1.23 A The winner. with Jockey Douglas :- Cki' 52 III IS 1 11 .227 I lit. L. I! 3SS 5S Hit. a IT .!>4
WIll 5.441.14. : : : : H.natn.kl B klya II 111 1* 3* a I 4 11 .214Ptankr '
Dodson astride. covered the 33 135 25 1 2? .22*
_Tt .I II 1* a 1 21 ;!
Brooklja 3 54 "
EASY T* BUY Jays a fEW GoodTvar mile and a quarter In 202: 2-5 and 34.99.._....1)o..t Ctao..114. _tJ It il 11 t 2 r 7 2.I' S S I I ..I::1l. =- Tatar. Philadelphia M ITS 2* 44 13 1 tl .211Gilbert. > KENTON WILSON FUND

DeLuxe Tire .ii*> $.OOiUr carried top weight of 130 pounds.Armed's ..th.t14... ..*. l'4I31IIlj5 i1.3 Phlla. __ .II II I It 4 1 I .lit

I sit. "' --':*. _n 2sT 15 54 11 I I i. .222 ;
__ .! .. winnings yesterday
,' = -:: : ;: : : ill .
oi.I lj low. Co DeLuxe and enabled Owner Warren Wright 1bUditpb1. z 41 1 3 31 : Pluysr&CI.b C It H Ik .. Cl W L P>.

of Chicago to smash his stable'sown I Rlarkiell rmrtaj. 2* lIlT 12'* II II* t* II 1 .Mlpah

'St. . world' record for annual .PITCHING AVERAGES .. *. Bfletow :2* 111 111 41 U tl 12 a .404 "
PI.y&CI.b! 5 II" Bk ta GsWLP. '
earnings With the end of the j fh i. >twark IT 12. $tsS3iliil.94* Munter. He. Lxwil 211201344154741.145
Bnnlun Pitt* 1* 'M 30 !; ;' 4 T 2 7'Iraiey.
1947 still off. 'I Harttr Clnaiand T 19 47 Ii 11 a a 1 .... .
a long 1 a21 7,1Ko.10
eason way BrorklT 44 44 : I
AT A 1I'fa"% rig<. N. lark n SI 44 95 *! f. fat SUNDAY
.. ,
Calumet Farm has earned a record ,, HuUhiRK VaL .140904233573.205 > Turk 21 111 1341 5 41 I. 1* 4 Tit SUNDAY
Trinkle, New Tort 3* S4 1t3J S S ..3148..t.
4' toWEl PRICE'Was $639,060. Calumet's previous !'.haadler. N. Tark 11 Ui 17 M 14 11. 4 ..1'2ao .
",. Breoi'ja 14 I* S4 42 21 SI TilTarlor
X. York 2* IIi 121 IS 81 11 1* I ..40734.thIdo.
mark of $601,660 was i Bmnklya' 2' 1** 13 ST II T ( a .Ta
Plt.lla. It In 123 1. 11 I' I' I .40 1
I Leonard 941.. 1* loti 11* :l 4* I t 4 .<>2Howe
SU.lt Flu Tax established In 1944. : J.a.$$. 2. Y.t S I' 3. H U 2 4 2 ..447l)4b.
5ltl4eiphlu IT 11 HI M SS 14 432B.i.tca.
._. S9t 1. 154 92 :oJ 14 S 's ..5431,11w. JULY
Armed moved past his stable- ,
Bmnkim 23 ll 133 U. 11. M JULY
CI..oIall4 II I'll 111 54 112 I. 11 2 ..511lstsgi
NOW OMIT bm-h-fn !I. I/mil II IT 114 32 4* 12 It 1 4'T
mate Whirlaway. in earnings. ,.
: Phil :1 181 44 U 311 I 5 4 ....
J.tnn.. New Turk :!* IM 11 II 41 T 1 4 561
Armed no whas accumulated $568.- =. 5' 1.) :: 44 II ;: 21 Ii : ; :.40* Dram. St. Louis n n I. 2t IS 1 4 S 14a.lumgt.s 131 144 !
i11111 44 1 .344
i to become the righest Calumet N. Tark 11 31 S* !111 4 S .**:
JI144S. *
$14,40 1775 : 14411 :4 fa 3.t 22 1 4 I .911

_ _ (v. ... horse in history and to I 34591141. CtIXe: .13 It 11:3 l' 1 4 I ..331GaltSi.no 1 r.lpaiia.|. N Cklraio. Tark II nll':1 ST il :' 34 23 5 a 1 13 4 .123Hanon *tMerer 20 20
___ .00.1. bt.La.t IS f1 US 7* 11 4 I' ..334G111145it.
place third behind Stymie and '
I: Cnic 21 II 42 IS 21 1 3 1 *''
Clk.g. It 20: n 33:1 I 5' ..334kl..1
I tLlI% a.ia. Bo>MO) It lit 111 S5 74 II 1* 7 .SKIHterOMieller
Assault in the financial race. I ,,.
Me t cut 10% % oa all ill. L..la .11 It at I' i4 I 1'I I .
( Ptna. 11 *S 91 31 II T T S .33I :

I iSi popular ii*... Other Ii... ( Whirlaway earned $561,161 during P5,4.5.. 111U141(11414' .$_ 2.1 II 153 I?? li :; Ii 12 : ; : :.353T14.t. .21s214M1414. I i r.....*.. riariB. 14 41 :T:2 IS 7 S MlKennedy

low 1 his career. '' ..... I N. Suit IT n ,2 51 :IS T T 3 .53Hatlen
al o at m w prt_ H lU 18' 41 It I 2. 23 oJ I
Bnnklyei 11 ItS 1:4 13 44 S II 171Rorew
I Flit 55141....t--: U ill : :: :: : ; :.334 i I >'. |-hlr.i* 21 III 114 1* 44 I II :..71Brazle .
) $1414. 25 ill 1 1 S )J .
l. L *il* 21 M las I.a S It .5T1HeiwurleMH
Clean OutWardrobe 31440141t. 111.1111 23 ur 404115213 I I ..3231..p.t. ''
I ..... Phil. 14 .:* IS 2t 11 4 41 1,1
12 U ill 11. 33 N 1 1 r .)101Tu
Barren But. 1* 1': !" :i It S It VMEnrkMfi AZALEA DRIVING PARK
W LIBERAL TRADMN Rockyars 1ltmtt It 75 14 43 5 1 t 1 1 ..3eeBoo.
... ('........ 75 T* 71 47 4* S 1 3 .>**
otml I' 54 U il:1 I i .:.34(90ra4A. ,
,8.1'>)'. Pitutmrik. It t* M IT II 1 31 .JLade. '"
Ltt14I U .
2 :U It I 4 4 :.314Skit.
Chtrii .I* 1M 11 41 U 5 T .l 2
.. .
.. .
.. 14z14s ::15 :34; 44 2 II S 3 ..505tituS. .
ALLOWANCE ON NEW YORK tAP] Burglars left P5th. -_ i I 'h.tIt., "t.L FhL t* SS 12 21 II IS .411TandMer
$ 75 29 3 :IMGettel.
tl :: : : : Tin 14 T7 1 44 22 S 4 S 414eU. Florida
I only a lone necktie In the Rocky LI,. ':SkIS. Ii 4 3 : i Casselberry
U"'lan'1.. .1: Ptntburr. 12 Tl 71 II Jl 1 34 411trluu ,
34 422217 1 31414w. I
YOUR OLD THUS Graziano wardrobe the night of I ... "b.. .r. 15 Phlla. 11 13 St r? !l 1 1 1 .!*
U lit t4 44 I 5. .31 I
July 8. Mrs. Graziano said yesterday 544404. 5 uk _11 15 it II 74 1 5 I ..433tIfla14pbe. : KarL Bwo __ tl 24 31 S 4 I 3 .|"iHGrega
Biwoklyei 21 ST *T 21 IS 1 23 .4**
after making an inspection of I I Plula._ ::4 s% U 1Ie I' ..433Hughai Poll... .... t.... IT 1" 1.1 SS 43 a I' .5*S
the home of the newly crowned Soo II IU 112 4J 67 1 I ..420krsaer II...... Ptnthwih11' II 12 41 SS 1 a 5 .37SWalten MILES OF
III. Lau* *3311191435; I I I ..43I'I 1S RACING
TIRES DESERVE TUBES I Claeta. ..5 475215115.573
NEW middleweight ring champion. I Fs_ IL -_.::: 111 1e4 11 It 5 I r .41?
R.. Phlla. _It tt t" 41 3* a t' .14Hlaaa
W5. i
f| The burglars took 20 suits 514.11. IS Si J.t 21 2 2 I .4"a1ll
I _. Bklaf-Pltta. IS lit 11* II IT t t t 1T I
29 II n U U II I I I .414 ,
valued at approximately $100 each. Bufretuberaer.Pklla.Cia. .
1144. 3l.14 21 11 'IU25 11'au:
and 50 sports Jackets valued at 5.f.... Si. Lu $ 1. TI 11 sa 2. I I I .sa _15.* It II I* 4 a I .:333WM Time Trials Friday
fhkrat. 2* tl 1*1 I* 2% 5 I' .333Tol.rlle
$50 each but left the necktie that 114141.. tit. IXP.U 14 U .1.. il I I I .3?)
I NT R" 1* III 3 3t.* I t U
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Of Solunar, Friend Tables Observe in the Work Woods ''Florida Challenges California Net Supremacy

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MM 1.Ire. .....,.."Ie>* .1 dulled watching hv n Solunar Period "come in" Behrens Hart .ORLANDO-BASED PILOTS IN SULKY DERBY: r Orlando, Florida, July 20, 1947 ehe -mtfcu!| frrntinrl-S-tar Page. 9 .

: -JL-. repetition my son and I, --- --
.... lU......jy .*.*n.oftM"ftOft countless hundreds of times

.. I. rajav ii.rvtnc the process jut as much now as I I Green Bay 12-Month Football ;

... i teat ef*f itacovMd the Solunar Theory. Brightest StarsIn Rich Hambletonian Draws Big Rich Gold Cup

= list ant daand UI spend a great deal of time '
With Anti-Bear Leaning
caarnr ta th* opinions of many of my friends 'Burg

t_ tw u t-mL.L' .that. M7111 1 Wd State's BidMIAMI Idea Butler I ly CHRIS EDMONDS

r-: = aSOIUNAR Field Rodney Now Favorites AP K- s"?' res

:..I'-I I.-=::: TABLES ; GREEN BAY. Wis.-The Packers of the National

.. *" aehsst. [NEA1 Florida which Football League aren't only from Green Bathey are
r : Arerdinf to the .Solunar finds no difficulty keeping step ,6 .,/4 Got From ATC Green Bay.

M ... I.-=. tonics, calculated far this area with California in climate but -..-...'...... I I If you doubt it. mention the word "Bears" in a c'eT-

... a hi ... .. M 1atts. .f the Mate" the best times. has been far surpassed in tennis > NEW YORK fNEAl] The $100.000 plimentary way within hearing distance of am resident

IoM .. !_ liunling and fishing will appears to be maneuvering itself -
.. dry fry --l between six and 60-and: start --
.. .taarr ..Uss d ke .. f.!!... with tlajorperiod into a strategic position to take I J International Gold Cup over a ,',, ducking. r
I. mile.and.fi\"e-furlongs of the Bel-
Near r tIN eH er Indicating the best oer-on) the distaff side at least. |
src A lot of people in this northern '
..- I ....If y/1M. tift tin and Minor periods the And there is one masculine* mont Park track yesterday wasa Two Singles .

... .s ..ui r s.a M "...t"t hours threat believed destined to dispute I tribute to the Air Transport Wisconsin city of about 50003 ,

(... .JIi4 'a. ... ...,.. ... the Far West's net supremacy Command.Lt. population owna .

..... ... ...... a P.M. within, a few jears. James Butler got the idea part of the .. Double Score?
... M..r Moir M_ Maier Packers. people -
Mh r ttM. tlMMala la Adherents down this way saw while serving as an ATC navigator .
P 1 gtla. w Mw. : ais : : a.. in Doris Hart's advance to the The big: planes he guided like the little
a..ag Runner
M.a sr ere 34. 1 M men who run th> One
Wimbledon where she lost for three flew tons and tons
r--. . aM 1... .. final years .
r..... K34 1e 3. 1M to Margaret Osborn but not before I to the African. European and Pacific humdrum businesses """ ,
.111. .
.. we ...pgrd MM ." II II s Ie 11:11: 344d and the
belting out Californian Lou- theaters. He horses 111
;, saw LUFKIN. Texas! 'APi Ever: hear.
- -- M wr wM M. M.e -= ::; la : IST big ones who operate
g. .I 1734 I* ise Brough another milestone and mules quickly shipped vast
4IrIe M I .(1.... MM .....e t34 731 1s. Mi marked off in the Miami girl's' distances with no ill effect He the banks of a ball p:a\ PI nf'i.n a double

I .... ... d ... M.r ___ ....... mkmO march to the championship goal. was convinced that the age of air Unaniinouslyendvociferously > and two singles to vore flow fat -
.. ...... I'
I er.a..w w. M
w "
..$1 al I r'eg.k' .a/a M ut ": I This was, supported too by the transport would be on hand at they ond base

_ w. tantit. ___ ssrw ..::' .::tire.M brilliant comeback she and Pat the war's close and being in the hate George'Halas' : It happened in a Law lb r

al.rsr ...... M Is.lM Canning Todd staged-rallying racetrack business thoueht: of international Chicago'Bears League and the owl mQut's110n
back from the brink of defeattooust I from that a factor game
la.wg.t euNMg Medea .( hid power lawnmower After races point.P"'iou I
considered at in*
Osborne and Brough from which creates Lambeau is ate
M == af tfc* Met af h4p a man must put up with the Wimbledon doubles throne. I aw hampered!>11 international by the fact race that quite a bullish football market fastest runners in .......

I M ltep.r ta be ,..... ever later and walked down Twice previously the slender I were horses had to travel by boat a I' when the two teams meet twice He is Bob Marquis and ht pft* i

r Ater 22->'ear-old Miss Hart, protege of week or more. Their traininghad yearly. first base for Lufktn.
I' \\ItbIarquk perthod ..*
professional John Harbctt had to be completely broken The football season opens in
...... It a ......Is4 .f _t.. Being a busy man with a after which they had to start up Green Bay around the first of second. Cowboy J....... .....,

...... r .... w ............ h* ha. aU too bule time for study i . conditioning all over again. The | August each year and never Texas Leaguer .Hoed a .......

t.r.bt at ib* .an* af bird animal and fiEh is con t # b 21i ., result was that the International 'really ends. The opening date is to left center I..... 11 atyascatted
for home bet iwMed
aeah. Mi what> a* hM been able to learn through first- i Specials of the French Epinardin two-fold-it marks the start of He
third base route
,:::: Packer practice and the time en twsf-
1924: for example requiredthe
LSSSS $IsMbeMkt.. he M a natural observer HeM 'when the residents stop talking pered back t. that beg HI pbttlr

...... .... a4 Bony. area them There is a vast dif- better part of six months. about last and into of time to be *.,...
...... af ad hM is t 1t The same was true in the case year swing
real awa UMtal outdoor equipment a full-fledged preparation for this. Harry Reed then hit use dara
of the match between the
__ ""I a hr/11 .... and a raay .* the Solunar Tables Fnslish Derby.race winner Papyrus Packer fans. young and old like the third be hit that isrM'1

Afro tier prsMlss. an ta. hh dark we could see up and downpatch and /ev the previous. nobody in the league but the foul but landed on the .hM W<>1

lY _w ....... .... a bounced into the *u It ... a A..

A. Little extreme in the Bt'ars'ho have I but fielded in awn a wan MMI
solar udseWly. ** taking au afternoon nap. distances without breaking train-
had hold thml
t r tirM. { w*. IIs ta .lr. the peel WM quiet. its glassy surface t )A 1 ins Ensueno and Endeavour for been annual opponents since 1923. I Marquis to brat th to Hu"". inglc
runner a i*
-: M. tM lh .f ..**. tn& the meadow lay in the shade of a l e instance were at Belmont Park This rivalry is one of the oldest first A double and MM** M* 11I1''

.., tap* and ,a. daatn ar aa chipmunks. who 'live in the stone wall j g 54 hours after winning mile-and- and certainly the hottest in the no score!

...... tM .... attain in endrmeTJ Doris Hart Buddy Behrent L' a-half stakes in Brazil and Argentina league.It Then Dixie Parlous ...isa

*. ,_. JMK. Mid mi friend. "."%e been watching that respectIvely. was bark in 1923 that almost left and Marquis f--. err N

..... .4 ins. Moak eat (or ....* year than you ,uM>rct. I don't beaten Miss Osborne. She did it I Young Jim Butler flew the At- everybody in town pitchedIn as did Jon behind. taw std 4A

bfib ... rah ....., H. It.es..1 the thing I ee most people a year ago to reach the semi-fi- lantic in the middle of that cold and bought shares of a shaky a play at the pit and. aMtor <

........ ....*. ..)..,. 11.1 I like t. watch wildlife, and I tee a nals of the U. S. National where I wave last Winter to talk with balklub for $5 apiece, with one second where .n error .M MNM.
ADMIRES box seat for thrownIn
racing people in England. Ireland : season
she was, beaten by Pauline Betz. I both Reed and Parana air ...-
W ... If I *. tract, l the Solunar rrrtods.

*. and returned write added attraction.
France to : as an
. bay trotter's the horse to beat this lied.
Thus Slim Harbett as well as year.
.... Mgt n*. tart wtasee No bird flying around no trout the conditions. He sent representatives That was when E. L. (Curly
her other feel that I -- -- -
constituents I
......... ..... Meat d*... tn the ahade-if I told anybody else that the Miami ask. I to Europe and South Lambeau guiding genius of the
next month
see FN
..* at .a Mir *. thai this s would, wake up and start looking lass who took may up tennis to I GOSHEN N. Y. fNEAl With winner of all three of his races ,, America. There was much trans- 'Packers since he organized the Hirsch Jacobs

tit a .*.! ...., d thun I ,M sissy strengthen an ailing right leg the $55000 Hambletoman Stake this year in which he trimmed Atlantic and South American telephoning ( first team to carry the name in

which had been operated upon over Goshen's triangular track. 'i the then Hambletonian favorite > arguing cajoling and I 1919, was about ready to throw In Love With StyMIe

W* .... .. ..*.... UWac M* about a day. In the Adirondack and is a sister of Bud Harthimself generally needling the race into in the towel
Aug. 6, rapidly approaching. 20 Hoot Mon. Way Yonder and other
being i i He had a National League At First Glance
:.. .. .M. ad 4aad an arty af feeding' during a Major Solunar a pretty fair hand with a rac- :
three-j'ear-old trotters It grand when Butler franchise but was going to loseit
likelyto candidates was got
.. hM Ml hMn ..tf..td wtth calchtnc fish. He told me of quet-crowned queen at Forest seem Rodney is definitely !1 NEW YORK NEA .."..1. ..*
the British and French entrieson because he couldn't dig $250to
Hills. She definitely is on the head postward. the to beat. I up
.. M. and nntaaUy ieatnc monster northern one J.. .
** a great I top of the South American. hold on. It rained nearly every no magic involved Hirsch M
e. .
sat Mi** hM .Kmrtaht en schedule And while he talked. way.One for the cocksureness If more than 15 go to the post Sep Palm will pilot Hoot Mon Then 60 of Marcel Boussac's Sunday and the boys who passedthe savs m claiming 81 V.u. lot. uu*

into MM aaiched the river of reason her teacher and disciples- for the first heat a new record for the costliest colt ever to race in French horses got coughing, hats through the crowd were- biggest bargain m io i iI tar .....'

%***4f aa ...* a..-d .....,* I ... the dimple. a feeding fish! is that she is the youngest of the the number of starters in the rich the Hamletoman. having been sold forcing him to scratch his DjelaL nt getting anything except wet i I> Jacobs happened to .* M... ..

M M ...... 'N ...... .. IM ..... A. tlloulh In resson"e tea three top-flight women stars of sUlky derby will be set. last Summer for $50000 by The British Sayapirao and heads. going out of the paddock .OM.tw a s

..1154M *.... mood ...n ira the deep water and took up American amateur tennis today. R. Horace Johnston's bay colt Charles Phellis of Greenwich to Mighty Maharatta were to accompany Then along came Andy Turn- emoon the son for of Equestrian a maiden irw wan* far dux hen

III ........... ...... Ike -...." turn .. them almost with their Miss Osborne is 29, Miss Brough Rodney is now the favorite at 2- Mrs. James Johnson of Detroit Dielal and they were bull general manager of the > "1 liked hU labs. a.M a.w ask

t5. M 'N _nM. wale .( Ik* rilfl. ....... Bird. bunt Into ont 24 Doris only 22. to-1. with Hoot Mon and Way and Lexington Ky. Tom Berry, withdrawn when the Maharajaof Green Bay Press-Gazette and.adelegation I conformation." My W ........
Baroda called to India. of citizens. Th.sin..d .
..5. L......4 sal I molker" tlkaer bought an Insect of some Thus the Misses Osborne and Yonder sharing second place at who won with Chestertown a year was -.\ few day lake I aresi fib-
So interested is the note for $1.600 to
potentate.howe.er a pay
to no* >.*..4.K.. .Mi She nl In Ik. Hollow tree beside the house. Brough are presumed to be at 3-to-l. ago. is to be behind Way Yonder. he 19%%. ink wa* entered to be .....
that flew a four-year- player salaries for organized -
i their best today or perhaps a I -
baj o.abe ..< M) lk4r .r.eoranr. and one of them, bolder than trifle beyond whereas the University Other probable starters in the, Other drivers will include such : old named Diesel over with a the Green Bay Football for S15N. It was PM eri i III ..

........ oat .... Ik. drt*.ar w-kere be fluffed his pouches. of Miami girl is just begin- order of their likely post-time odds thoroughly experienced hands as jockey for a $6.000 overnight race I Corp.,, a non-profit organization The sU-year-old' which _I"1
bec th
are Volotone. Scotch Thistle De- Ben White Frank Safford Frank $595 e *
'ttt tko g.M m* frtend bad Maimed here. ning to attain her peak. just to see what effect the air and set about selling the
anna Hanover Flying Dutchess Fred Short ing winneras ws ha11 1rN'
t..t .44. 111 ter. nee.dw.* Mid my friend Harbett sees no secret or mystery Ervin Egan Harry transport had on a thoroughbred. I I $5 shares It wasn't long before money .
.. ,
Mighty Morns Nymph Hanover. and Harry 'Pownall. a juvenile at NtiwsM
IiAM .irtr.w t..t t 1M .t nV he9 had deserted Kg resting place about his pupil's steady ad- Buckshot B.. Joe's Pride Laura : Good Time Park has the heaviest He wants to send Cup horses in 1 I the. club had $5,000 in the treasury from Kin Ranch

.... wile tl-1 Mss retipgteig geld In4Wtrl.wly. vance from girls' state championto Hanover Niblik Patrick Hanover, I> advance sale in the history I I II future years which is for what i and was on the way. It'*
women's and then to Southernand Butler is building his race. still oing-stron& I T"Rf\T"'fiI
Lloyd Hanover, Friday Return. i of the August Grand Circuit meeting : 1tM.MIq/
1 .w sal MM ....-,. .. my. "..... There U a large trout who on up the ladder. American Ballad Mrs. Popjdoop, s Including the purse. Butler Today the Packers have a home STATE COIL OM A Crat. .
She is the hardestworkingplayer spent close to $200000 on the Stadium-used by 'the two
....A b pan .eta rm iaitMr vp stream and that was a good time in the world." he declares."Shell Eula* Hanover and Fedor.SpanishAmerican i Nearly $100000 in purses are lic high schools pub- Chick Werner lit eas.b.at eft..5
except on Sundays .
.sw I war veteran up for the four-day meeting opening showButler ; Penn Cute Owr fiarwr wt t
practice too long and too : is one of the newer -seating nearly 24000. They packit
... .w 11w. __ fleas. pr.pla who can IH no virtue In the hard if you don't watch her Wim- Bion Shively will-drive- Rodney >. Aug. 5. younger and more progressive when they're home and could ,1 threaten Olenn. C'trlnn I

tl ... w... I impni thatl aH Jt.ehtoo.. We cant ..UIi' bledon is only the beginning. She's I racing men. Now 30, he is the sell twice as many tickets. They finished mile record at 4 M I hw. M M

' *. .>. M aN *>..... flat I cant help feeling a bit sorry forM got the game the spirit-every- I third gentleman to head the have spacious training quarters I

*%f M. fcnw and apftnUU UM workings of a Solunar thing it takes to be a champion. ,'i Big Six Shatters Precedent i Empire City Racing Assn. purchased last Summer which Include t BU'E--(:;).4/'til\44- MNf

*H*. mow a gf**. deal .f p4ewr* In the outdoor i!.Shell win, that National this ; founded at the turn of the century Rockwood Lodge a huge LINCOLN. Men 1tYesle ...
I I fear.- f NORMAN Okla. INEA1 Big I denied a conference team the on the Yonkers hilltop by. : stone building on a bluff overlooking -
I terson of Nebraska will a-M fy
| If hen Hart fails to make it-! Six Conference faculty representatives right to compete in a bowl game. his grandfather and Col. Matt Lake Michigan and five cot- McMUlin Indiana .
of and Lay
; or she begins to hit the j II The Oklahoma football team appeared Uinn. His father was killed > tages to house married playerswho
Still the set a surprising precedent Morrison of Temper in t-sdtaq
Lowly Earthworm esWorld's downgrade after reaching the top in the Miami Orange while riding when Jim was a have families with them The .
I the Blue football .
; mCray assMaa IM
-there is another young lady when they killed Oklaho- Bowl in 1939 and in the Jack- boy. Jim took over Empire City set-up serves as year-round headquarters j .
in Ur
Natural l FishGettersIt coming along winsome. 14-year- ma's participation in a Sugar sonville Gator Bowl last Jan. 1. when he attained majority.He ; and eliminates Summer - Montnomei- .
Of : old Laura Lou Jahn. a Fort Lauderdale Bowl basketball game with Holy Missouri played in the Miami plans to build a new track ; training worries.

III IUCH miss who for two straight I, Cross' national collegiate cham- Orange Bowl in '40 the Sugar preferably in Westchester as I The players are sort of unofficial I!

p > ., years has captured the Florida ( pions in New Orleans Dec. 31. It Bowl in '41. Nebraska went to quickly as a site is obtained and members of the city family, INDUSTRIALBARRETT II
r State women's championship.. was the first time they have the Pasedena Rose Bowl in '41. material is available. too.

MaeaMrt m ......M4 and other. fmv fins are numerous At the University of Miami are.1 1t..o Clark Hinkle one of the league's ENGINE I I

r .... ...... ....<.,.. l belt the man who gets the more up-and-comirfg play- I I better fullbacks a few years back

w... live bait. ers In Mrs. Betty Hulbert James likes to tell how he and other
r Iw. ..g purveys married
recently Harvey James Blackwell Bulwark Reds' Drive
Lively Packers used to sneak down back
IIkN ft pit c.'" C .! pane fish are taken with the Hurricanes star football ten- streets after they'd lost a ball .

11M -c-- ter who has signed with the Cleveland \ game because they couldn't face --. saw M. .. I

.. I, Browns and Barbara Sco- 0<_ '
lit M ..... R .. I t t 11 ..(1 f1 ld. They met in the Eastern intercollegiate By HARRY GRAYSONNEA I Browns also had scouts on Black- Cardinals only one hit in six-and- the townsfolk.

- 1Mu4 At..rsa lit a aslbs trf I Kaat to fact do the fishing for I final at Montclair, Sports EC':or : wells trail while he was pitching I one-third innings of relief. I La Verne Dilweg: who playeda
"'f'1TI.SmMNs MM M* who befell the rod.: N. J. with Miss Scofield the win NEW YORK NEAl Bill Mc- : semi-professionally in Southern i lot of end for the club waselected r R
Restored he beat F
ell ace Arttftrtal beet are manufac- ner. They teamed to take the dou- I Kechnie knew when he had California in 1941 and it was the'' as a to. Congress from the

ttillla. ....a ..atrw tM M tn astronomical. numbers.! : i enough in Cincinnati last Fall. fact that McKechnie was man- the Braves. 2-1 with three hits. Green Bay district a few 1 an.a&o .

...... ... ... nee arc patters. spoons spinners: bles.At West Palm Beach Is youth-' but the Deacon left the Reds a aging the Redlegs that sent the ; The standout performance against after he'd retired as a player

r .... MIN > aatf ...... There are combination ful Nancy Morrison who is acquiring -I rich legacy in six-foot-six Ewell current conundrum to the Rhineland the Superbas followed. and Verne Lewellen, one of

..... ..... natMas'et at iptmvern and flies. the court savvy now and : Blackwell. ;; Eddie Erautt up from the Hol- >' the best halfbacks in Packer t

1 < ts/asera and. ptuM and spinner is destined to rate among the nation There are several conflicting 'i "I had read that McKechnie I lywood Coasters, is a disappointment history served as district attorney -
1C:. tin anbsth p14sa. said file. In certain watersa 's best. She is a Rollins star. ; stories regarding how the finest ', was a fine handler of pitchers I II but Johnny Neun reconstructing I for several' years.

erg ......1 *. aa lM "M day. all will In the male department while pitcher of the day landed in Cin- I says the very sensible Blackwell. the Cincinnati staff has I Don Hutson who holds more

sttMa as/ ..... r.!.h fall Oardnar Mulloy has been upholding cinnati livery. The most popularof I So the Reds got a potential 30- another excellent prospect in the i individual league records than

.ad ..1 I to** hint been presented witha the prestige of the alligator these is that Larry MacPhail game winner, now only 24, for :'I pigeon-chested left-hander Kent i any player. is a successful busi-
i (
u11 a tie aMen wprr-duprr It U a plug State for some years, there is a refused to take him to the Dodg- 1 $3500. I.Peterson. ,, nessman with a prosperous

se- ail, wttfc a hollow renter a soft rubber young man of some 16 years also I; ers' Havana training camp as a I': Johnny Neun apparently has I I j, Their young pitchers definitely ing alley known as "Packer Play-
..... and .*.. Working on the dium" and still helps Lambeaa BRAKE
war sM Ms.1 from Fort Lauderdale who is literally i raw recruit. another right-handed stickoutto make the Reds a club of the fu-
bat > A....* prfMtpte K U a self- filling his trophy room and The Cubs Pirates Indians and with Blackwell. While the ture. with the coaching.
.19 ...... bids fair to give the many go I What makes the Packers click
4 M : Dodgers were rejoicing that they EQUIPMENT
need do U. load the 'I and
AM *
f., Ur.tb .... JIiI1. NrMy an fornians a run for their cali"l did not have to tackle Blackwellthe ..-. .-- \ as a community enterprise
with panicle oftart football
MU0V <"" Behr I r top-notch professional
w e =::;:- isetar : n rt the lure out-and It He took unto ns. himself the other night 22-year-old six- !'I' i team
tto.MM foot-one. Everett Live- i
-Zl bee th ins.Rabid tional interscholastic singles I First there's Lambeau who always -
MI - ly snapped their winning skein at "
-- has a colorful if not alwaysa
championship at Charlottesville.
II .... ttt ...... eight with the nearest thing to a team. Then the -
winning corporation
I V a.. paired with fellow Lauder-
.. lag Lookout Ball Y. perfect performance turned this
in '1'
.. has interferedwith
;..dalian George King to wrest the i >v' which" never
.. w ..sawM a season.!
w doubles honors from Sidney : operation of the club. Then.

Fan Sees Few TiltsCHATTANOOGA. I Schwartz and Robert Luxemberg. The only hit off Buddy second-Lively J! p / Green Bay itself where football
Spider Jorgensen's
Ta. .w .i,... .. pobilb : Rehrens Is regarded as one of was is a 12-months sport.
... ..... ttilr e e.4 ... Tenn (lAP the brightest. young tennis inning double high against the And of course, the Bean.
. ..... O.t at th* matt enthuMaMlc base- right-field Scoreboard behind the could football
it a. fts filii t.. .1 prospects to appear on the henson The Packers play
. ... foam .tn town rarely' see a strapping youngster only base on : lfAHI/ and the fans
Ii I1ii 1a>+ .... ... Ib P' in recent years. without them
pa. W I.".... M ........ .... jtd aha a dub official The youngster who incidentally balls The last 22 batters were would continue to pack City
.... rubbed out in order as big Ralph t
& ....... b 1h. eb.b, Ir.edib. . is State High School championand Stadium.
14saW. and t..... ..... ... Mm Oavto BandUn. secretary has been for three years e Branca took his worst, pasting of I I ti But it's a lot more fun this
ore .i ..roett .. Ne- ... .I Hi. CnUABOfi Baseball Club. graduated from high school this i the campaign. I I way. t
... ... I .uM count all the tamest year. and has matriculated at Rol | Because of time spent in the
*.. teen en the inters of one t j Lively has !
lins College in Winter Park where 1 service professionally JAPAN RESTORES BASEBALL
T. ... (bait, and they' were when I made
i/iat '
just and
= Athletic Dir. Jack McDowell has one year a Baseball was prohibited in
slat t ... awt af town to e* our boys
-. .. tet/w announced intentions of gunning i I month. He comes by it naturally I Japan during the recent war but
tttlat piaMr. for a national men's collegiate being the son of Jack Lively it has been re-established now.
.... lyg. ft*41U says kheV It.*!- championship. who hurled for the Tigers some >

.. .*t ..ring a gave and that she I' 25 and starred in the
years ago
art.tap.aaaai. ..- MM.e. olv I* slip' o.t .. herfftr c ruriseC'fuM -
ARMED TWO-TIME -SER minors, with a no-hit no-run d
.... ,
t .rea.i..all and "take a
.. a '
MIAMI Calumet Farm's game in the Southern Association i -
peek at wKal going. .a" mighty gelding. Armed. is the only among other things.Lively I TREAT YOUR
Rv .w her 17 years as secretary 4 u5E
two-time winner of Hialeah's classic -
has a fast ball that is
follow the
learned to
.h* haa Widener. He has" taken the
gave by ear sh ran interpreta to always doing something a fair SHOP TO THE
last two runnings. Armed's sire.
and his last two starts
rtut extent the crack of a curve in
Bun Lea the event in 1939.
Ml tfc* rheer er groans of the I remarkable control. Above everything BEST MONEY

last th* Mtencm. between' Inninn. I OLD GUARD RETURNS I else he has a tremondous

and when things ft hot abe can I heart. CAN BUY
MILWAUKEE-More than are.
a ewe tins atop thewegad a Lively did not yield an earned- yes
ill toe .I. ' i* announcer half-dozen stars of the 1945 Marquette I, pet N
sane and tram what. going I run in Spring exhibition games. / / .. % sarryfag
football team are out of whom the .
The Red Sox with
the armed forces will be. I
or soon Reds returned North were very
and hope to be back on the Hill- high on him.Neun Y y

SUPPlJE'0 $ top this FaiL 7i1cb ; BAILEYMOTOR
MI At-UtA was also to such an extent :
(f+i I
that he started Lively twice !
"'- -. 1. 1143 t'P 49 PER CENTLONG
the first week, when he didn'tget
HMMCAU by. the first inning. The kid I EQUIP.
HiimCjmcra Shop mutuel handle at Monmouth Park oo( TICK-NOX
must have been nervous.
averaged $1.037.130 for the first
I 18 rise of EWELL BLACKWELL Neun then started rebuildinghis BUDDY LIVELY For Sal at an L adi.c Dr t Stern,
days a 191,238 for an Pet Shop, mad. teed Store 78 N. Garland Ph HMKnight I
Increase of 49 per cent. . 30 game winner? confidence and he gave the . another BlaclnreDf ..J

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CordanAcreYield ese.: e.e/ ; f z.t IFruit Offerings I New Fruit Shipments PapyToFace

Goal t ti 4 Reported Light May Be Started Sept. 20 f Trial Tomorrow

as TALLAHA$.'< '!. AP '

I t c; e. -I t to TIP S;,. '. C: "I'"eLS'i } . ,
I I"-A., _, .r ... '
NEW YORK-Offerings of all v t p. Key West n'l 1.-. at '
x vtUC UP) A fordrn shut
industry ,'.. '
the entire rent
week WINTER HAVEN-With twu'
., of Plant fomtaA citrus fruits were lighter last charges oprti-v
but did,not show any marked with the exception of lime shipping! in Leon Coua.'U.t'ii' OHHe .
.. ri a* a ......kW a prices down for the season .
i* Pi. .... OwMbrr of I I i r V change until toward the end parts of the ridge and lower East Coast sections. indications faces .rat..tai M a.t.!> :w'' '
when there improvementin of aD8dkt.
was an
I ..*. tar fit* ptoc.aMtta4ion- 4 R. last that the first fruit for the 1947-43 season H.
.'. I orange prices.Deciduous night were hiM atth etf riM "* w"1ha1Uy .
I fruits are now arrivIng will roll out of the State not earlier than Sept. 2O-de- Gdls.a' -.1 1 --"..*, +.
... .
-- : a
---- M CaH e
and offer ----
in heavy volume in the next* CUrrar
.. pending on
aa.hle ytthi fat defeat!* a... "
strong competition to citrus fruits aid m *
60 days. I
'! .. ._ Uv rham.t denied rapid ''''1.'
a..pauauett L : of a situation mid-Summer.which is characteristic Reports indicate: that all over I Igou Reports have faclllttta to i are .tettear .-........

4a<>..,.ateMl ...... .f the red Florida totaled 56 cars the State the fruit is sizing up i i MeW ...., 41tt41w 4 ......
It .. ..... .. .. i oranges somewhat better than average inmost I .
s a. annual .f 1'--r ee .... ..
63 Jr.
w.wrr ft .i 'ht4Pa.J through Thursday against cars sections-and crop conditions I Purchases
14 avtftoa eordattW .
of the previous I a4eo. .>.sdulnba'h
for the period
same of the ma
because frequent
'7" "'" 4 .....m Mil I week. At this time last year rains of the last six or seven i bf' ........ ase P.. M ..-,......
: iaz I I there was only a straggling car or weeks are "extremely bright" Of Herefords valve sO ... ...... ..... ...
w d.aekN ta*. pinent so. During the first part of the some citrus men say. i IS fella Mb.-U1a hastate
fa Ml p.Nrt. lat riorv.rcwtfMM Is. week prices eased some but were In contrast to previous years,|| ." T = _r ', ......... IS tikaMMd w 'h'.

_f ......" to : ? I firm again Thursday, particularlyon especially for the last six or seven R. Igou pr "-idpn' .* ta !....l IBM of a IM.. 4
..saw. tR Mf11 and mdua. ; w the best fruit At the close Summers pre-season buying of j I EUSTIS-D.Florida Farm Buio! i. :rturned ".....
of the
II .
sales within a range of . Par f", r.P't..t < i
1. most were crops and early contracts are con to his home herr d,\ .
** ..... .... ,...... u1.,_ w :.y..e.a.R} ,4ocioa ;x w ). I $250-635 in comparison with spicuous-because of their almost : to report the purchase of a r.J'-. W May Walker J e" *. .

r N .N.a40 .a. f.w.Wet.d > I $3.10-5.50 a week ago. total absence from the scene- \I ber of registered' double sta ... i TJN* could 'e..d Pt. i, t''r. .. .
F .t'4O.,. M k 1l.it.s'. ,.._ Some shippers have oranges with the speculators, many of : polled Herefordsat bate prttea or '
t.. ./ ..... .. twit ......,....,. '. they can send all Summer if the whom were severely burned" last a d Is per sal ::1 f 'hr feeDer ..... ..
AOM M ..... .- Mi. ..... A Qi'a' market warrants keeping the season holding off until the sit- sale in Moultrie in and dues MM I.Si." I IM .
p..a.firs far ..4.t Ik* packing houses open. The fruiti uation is more "learly! defined. Pojiy. .itor. .> rat Wt.l -
.. shows lot of green color and is Ga. ...l ...... aad W '...''eI h's
.V ............. p...r... A lot of the Iiou. widelyknown '
Iiku ..iN said.tares on the rough side but it cuts very pre-season contract and J. Lrwu Moll .]
{ well and so far the juice stands I negotiation will depend citrus w .,.aobtairwd .s'3'-.av f" **"
'" a H ta* 8UU1 5 .sass +w> g: 1 have taken it readily. Consumersgo on what citrus men learn during grower b ought M B Smi h ->f Hot.. ,,''ti .II' I ;
( -i ........ M ........100.. more by outside appearanceand the 53d annual convention of five animals m rnob of lla,.tnoa H at '.
;p..t 1.et .. 9..e and H milll > are not so quick to take it, the International Aople Assn. to all, three of them s Rep' 1: C fired) ol. >Moio> .. of .41Mt .brr of leas j however.In be held in Detroit in mid-Aug from the famous ma C.rtMval. of MV.MM'i- .
ust-which brokers, dealers. herd of C. C. t cW'... t oulw 1 I. ''i.. a
A arse ,tsaloeq .... a tew4M N"C1} $a h SrRr.fv4 I the event that some orange wholesalers and others from allover Lid don Jr., of lIL.a( N. a.d floc o eta", ,1' 4Gia
... ...... ... floods shipments continue until the the nation will attend. GraceUlle which ,

.... .. ...or'. pulp.- theM first of September there will be Many citrus men attend this was being disposed Y f' ; The) "I-5.. ... ... .........
.. .... cwt T40.t .. very little break in the Florida of at a
tars convention merely to make con- a eeerpeM. .. ....... M
a4 d 9'arrf' .ood IV' wu I citrus season this year. tacts, with buyers and handlers dispersal sale in !''o........ we.h d rs..n .... Ntats'
I reM" U" ........ cu& toY California Valencia offerings and to get a line on the trend for the Georgia live- w. e..a Med r h.d
, \ ....r trd ...... IduMrks.alwclI4s have been cut down slightly and the coming season. Market prospects stock center.three Igou barn ........

1 through Thursday totaled 125 cars the condition of competing The expects toooost mat..nal1y l.UItt.., u.h dales- .. "
; Daughter "VT against 142 the week before. Prices foodstuffs and many other factors which the Igoti: quality of his!> purebredherd a'.iIitile 'u' rti.i! ...w'-
t I continued low and averaged below will be considered. Most of the Miss Bama Perfection W tutakei. t hat! 'Iof rani +4rw t .
j Leave Florida I t $3.50 the first three days but buyers and handlers in the apple are Top-sy Miss Grt'f'llaWBY> all '!Ile Ta'at! .e ......... a.,"!

May jumped to $405 on Thursday deal also handle citrus-and thus from the 5th top lineage cf the polled clad not kt.<..,* 'A i' .. '..
which pulled the average up to have a joint interest in the two takrn
\ For Texas School .. I $3.60 against $3.48 the week be- crops. Hereford breed. A ntbree.aa d.. !... ue' -. .

It i fore.The Indications now are that stress teauod for .dm ntimttaor m....... ,
rTtN t.a VP n. 19p.
I .; da.tMM el ftcttda' I low prices realized for Va- will be put on the need for aggres- Tax Collector Sought of oXav o...ai ..
i I lencias to date has been rather rive merchandising in all food PERRY I API County Judge 1]. fore the court Mo. '*> sad 1M....
t rWU
*: t writ ft* d> J discouraging for California growers commodities with convention : R. Partin chairman of the Taylor with hm four bOU kBbnd. r. w-
Mit .u.'yaa Mr Mate But acrdF' '
because of the high freight speakers angling their topics to. County Democratic executive committee the IM7 LecuteUirt to curb oon*
i -'t..e at 1M UnlTrrwtj oft
, rate that the fruit carries. 1 .
.-, cover sales promotion. said yesterday the com- mokiatCopt. .
, M0 d'tbsw.tf b* MIMIC .hrnOr I Florida grapefruit supplies are Citrus men have pointed out mittee will meet Tuesday to nominate
I still coming but the quantities are that many products are vying for successor" to County Tax LieMIAMI AtHfHtf
....*.. r .....a and tiUMt a
t I.... .... tec* titan eftsk. .. small. Through Thursday 11'acars space for mass displays in the na- Collector: H. Bethea who died I APt ca.r ..**.*.: P
.rw* ...i* mr as twsta 01 4 s were sold against 15'2 cars tion's retail outlets and big moneyis July 11.__ LeoUe roMaojadtav.L ofrteor .f Is.
the week before.
Shipments are
tsar taw. ....4W1I M. .I..wr. ., being spent on sales promotionand Mloaal Nat ci Air iMamm .."" .
'f r...... C M. IL who told still being made so some grape- pomt-of-sale contracts. R. D. Keene Winter Garden JohnA. A..... ". ha oven. ..-*>..*.. ..
fruit will continue next
CITRUS PROMOTION G. G. Ware The cooler filled with different kind through In contrast to years
president is kept a previous
I : .
J.,4rt .a Kw trio annual I week. Lang. Lang-Lawless Fruit Co. report u kinfolk \ a V* ( >.
fl *DW.' wonron ta Salt of The First National Bank of Leesburg, is I of canned juice daily. The photo at the bot- Prices were somewhat lower and several canning firms will berepresented Winter HaenW: H. Mouser Lee duty aa aa ins iu< 't.i .. rw A,'ad

Ltt. L4 6'u' + "' &It.. last ..*k &he ihown In the top photo with one of the bank's' tom shows a general view of the lobby, and at the close were $1.85-3.45 against seeking; at the apple new contacts conventionall County Packing Co.._ Fort Mjeri. Fa'rti. rttaft ( olrei. .
UN her MiMttet la -- ---- ---- --
r.st ata a4 aiuad. U* nrh Trxaaar displays of conned Lake County citrus juice. three of the canned juice displays, [right, left, $2.65-4.50 the'week before. California and ideas on merchandising. '

I ;JM4.. st8 H.h tits her Mind onaty + '* and center!. I, grapefruit sales were Here is a partial list of those I
and 25 sold
stepped up cars were from Florida who have been regis-
t1io t.Ma4 a ..... rvtora home, 1
Thursday against 12 the previous tered for the convention opening flirQU.c '
- week Prices showed some improvement AU7 11 and closing Au& 14:
Men Arrested by FBIOn'Ireekjn9' Banker Promotes CitrusI and averaged about Fred H. Davis, Lake Wales I
$465 against $425 the week be- CGA; C. C. Commander and FredH. You can "BankByMail"at

Charge fore. Johnston, Florida Citrus Ex- First National. Save

MUM ,P: Th start cf I One car of Arizona granefruit change. Tampa: H. B. "JavDavis, tiresome trips. Close as
OtMUNDt roWElS two of juice daily. It buys
I.... /larrt MIM.u..30. 1 cases iI
by also arrived and averaged S3.34 Juice Industries, Dunedin; JohnT.
r,l ...... at II.......... Ha,, t 1-. f :e '.ne :itnr Staff Writer I by the case direct from the can !' "x I against three ears averaging Lesley and Bob Marshall your nearest mail box. < ,
ova s.arl .... t'tt tdat by C LEESBURO unique meansof ; nary A slID near the cooler $2.60 the week before. Haines City CGA; Marvin H. i
M tVMt .......l a..., .. chart* promoting the sale of Lake tells the kind of juice being Price SupportProgram Blue berries are in heavy'supplybut Walker Florida Citrus Producers THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT ORLANDO
H '4e MHOM ortv of W rtdrral&V county No. 1 product! citrus isbeans I served and the name of theI other small fruits have begunto t Trade Assn., Lakeland: Ken Capital and Surplus One Milton Doa .1 !

*.. of t**.MlgaMea.Mr used by G. G. Ware president -'I cannet. I taper off and cherries are grad- Ewing Alturas Citrus Growers MEMBER rEUERiL BErOSIT rCBAKCa; roar ," }.
of The First National Bank Ware, who has been buying ually fading out. Bartow Latt Frostproof
fchMMM ... >*>.uft d by Carfa ; Maxcy : -
01 LPftbuJy. canned citrus juices in case lots - --
-- -
> se the
eit tare UKtmduaUt
Nr Ware who U regarded as ,one for home use for several years, believes Urged
-t "brvaatec' Into the
of the South most progressive
citizens: of .Lake County
1 M>'..' IMt tPta M tt Waahinc-
., bankers is the first to serve free would help not only local industry
t ft C JteMoMl A pcrt eoSonford citrus Juice to his customers. A but also themselves if they did the I II [Specie! to The Sunday Sf'ntlnelStarJ MAWl JOHr F* MACK*AT THE HAltlOAS HIC CAR
J.- .t water cooler Ih the lobby of the :i 1 same. LEESBURG A Government -

bank U kept filled Yo'ithJuice. The I "We are urging Lake County price support program for canned T

Bank Awards banks customerscan help themselves people to lay in a supply of canned citrus was urged yesterday by G. QwTOSSK
and drink as much as they juice now and use it daily as a G. Ware, president of The First
Air System' Contract want ,, food." he said. "Individuals should National Bank of Leesburg.

... (..." The bank uses orange, grapefruit protect their own supplies by buy-t Such a program, based on a '

AAltftltft ,J L IntlryAHantte. .......... tangerine and blended juice ing now." normal on-the-tree price for oranges I S.i'
1..4 Iff +.kre ......... Ha.I from the county's seven can- | In buying juice Ware said the and grapefruit, would pre- FREE Vacation In
.alrt a.siets.ted that the nertes: Ptoeger-Abbott Co.. Lees- consumer should buy a good qual- vent "a debacle such as we wit-
tes+..** koa toes. M for tht In.Ie11.r.A burr W. J, Howey' Co. Howey- ity product instead of one that is* nessed during the past citrus sea-
InThe-lllUs: B. & W. Canning being sold cheaply. Lake County' bank
of a OMBbiaattoo 8umww son" he said in a publication I
.,* no..>init. and WtnurI Co.. Oroteland. Lake County Can- juices are generally better than Straws in the Wind.
***** ........ M banks' quarters Ii.?.. Luaus; Wegner Canning Co. those produced In other sections, ',I "Citrus is not included in the
EuaUs.: : Pomona Products Co. he said because Lake County fruit
M : Burkhardt ProductsCo. I lis
grown further north and .
11 ..4MIt's. .. Mount Dora. better posses- a 'basic' commodity; it is not included
., IM rW.H hat i ses quality. in the Steagall AmendmentAct
41A already Canned Juice will be used the The First National -
OUrtd a4 .*. ..,.... hartow4 year aravnd beeau It Is always i said has had such good Bank Ware ; but it coUld be included in :
A* ... baft* offtrtete that response a subsequent:; amendment if the
atailable and It always uniform. I from its free juice that it plans to Drive ft M?
O4 t IM N to roonvtotton at tht Ware Mid. The bank uses about continue the citrus interests of Florida, Cali-
t...... pwNM .... I I service Indefinitely .I I fornia Texas and the other citrus

--- States show a reasonable, sensible PAINTING
Rust,, Dixon Elected I Employment in Tampaf DeLand Groups To Study ; need for it."H'e "- (

Clan/ Ptaident Labor Area IncreasesTAMPA Financial Situation ,i loans cannot on citrus expect' on the guaranteed tree.- e J C..is.fP.t.t

....' S.eriDltAt IAPI The Tampa labor I iScecwl to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] :, Such citrus is highly perishable. o 11 Moath'

5 Itea... DltftfU of market area has 9,000 more civi- j( DELAND The city's financial However removed from the tree I G..r.at..

Cr+r ........, .a. rlrrtrd plea.14itnt . liana employed now than in 1940, situation for the next fiscal and canned or otherwise processed !
of ... ...t..r1 Ual.tr.fyl year it is a stable commodity IOC Colors t.cM..Ines
...... s.....sO.a ... IU out the Florida Industrial Commission :I will be laid before the Chamber j i capable of being held for many Fr,. Bottle M.'ca.T.acbsp .,
A .athi....... ...... for ,rad. reported Mayor Curtis Hixonyeiteraay. of Commerce Board of Governors : weeks or months without any r..ot

u'- eeM..... ;, members of the Chamber Civic j deterioration. SEAT COVERS
.._. .. ........ haM waa aces.N The report was requested in I Committee and "There are now operating, in
..t.peaeto4 sad Jean Tar connection with attempts to find representatives of Florida plants sufficient to processall 45-r
4 J Aed .-.tresaurer, other employment for 3.000 cigar : the Lions Kiwanis and Rotary of the citrus grown in Florida.Of CUSTOM 7AHORIBwieisT ,

1 .. t.-. et....... art from Or workers who have been laid off Clubs when the City Commissions course we do not want all of it e YARirrr OF $25
t since January. i meet with these groups next '' processed. We like fresh fruit. r
-- The commission estimated this the market likes fresh fruit, and COLORS AND PATTERNSUTTIO ,
Thursday; night. StDANie
area now has 74,600 civilian employes ] fresh fruit will continue to be the IT nPIRTS
compared to 69.612 listed The meeting will be held at 7.30 market price fixer. But when the CQUPIS..t1i .

by the 190 census. p.m. in the Chamber of Commerce i price of fresh fruit is a lot high

I I II building as the commissioners !I er .than 'normal with a bumpercrop

ICC Schedules HearingOn again ponder sources of revenue'to coming up, then the proces- CAR TOPS
I sors will do well to remember Dec.
Port Rate make up for aa anticipated and daytodaybasis $50 C.miU* L ybfc.r.HI ..
Parity I 11946, operate on a
1 I MIAMI (API The Interstate''II $40.000 loss of funds obtained last selling as fast as they pro- ; "brie
year from the sale of cess. And bankers and other lend COUPES
Commerce Commission will begin property t Gllru.1 year ,. t,
'I. hearing here Wednesday taken over by the and ers will do well to remembertoo"Ware e'x+ .:
on a I city county .9.fie? .. .UiVUf tf i .
I demand by the ports of Miami through tax foreclosures.: pointed out that the t cretki..t .
I canning industry has trans- a y ,
iIi Fort Pierce and Port Everglades I
for rate parity with South Atlantis formed citrus from a perishableto : Cd t. .It-Pl.... by ., .. ,
a stable commodity, and has \ .
and Gulf ports. Tobacco Market Queen ',; .its.
I A similar hearing In behalf of extended the season from one !

i l t Tampa and Port Tampa was held Selected at OpeningJASPER 'I of six months to one which lasts ,;
I June 9 and 10 at Tampa. the entire' year.
urI I [AP) Pretty, red- "They are the youngest!: members .i.
haired Dorothy Ann Hay of White ;- ..ei: : : ,/i/
Dean Garwood To Speak Springs. Fla.. was chosen over i, means of the the least industry important.but by They no ):: ,

I LETTER I At Summer Graduation 19 other contestants for the title of are now an integral part of the /
of the
queen Jasper. Fin, tobacco Without them
citrus industry. an
I -* v to T* Strtor Senne, !-Storl market. ;r.
HEARING i i DELANO-Stetson University ,, An estimated 3,100 ''people *t ; unorganized market In six industry months the could present not : .f- %I!
Dean H. C Garwood will be print tended the barbecue given in con- :
... '
twee Even organized
M an
N1 production.
_ _
.4 r. MM w ...d t irtpal qwakr.at the University nection with the celebration of the
I ....- ---.. I Summer graduation exercises to beheld ', opening of this new market. Helen i industry could not do it.
--- .4 M --- w ..Ifw Aug. 22 at Elizabeth Hall auditorium. Crews also of White Springswonthe i "With the canners and a Commodity -

I r=-.. s.r=-- w University officials announced tobacco-tieing contest. i, Credit Corp. loan program rMaslss.M.llatla. w
.. ..... - .. .. y I yesterday. I similar to that available to cotton
'. - : all of our forseeable production I 74 N. E 20th SBEET Mi/1M1
= : O0 _ ,
Set Motion
Hearing on could be profitably marketed in 12
ye w ....- ... II I
I. ttt itt. a..,.. ALL SPECIALWATCHES II in Liquor License Case months even with an unorganized
.,..Rs. industry., Last year citrus had a
TALLAHASSEE lAP Circuit ceiling price fixed for the protec- I
..... c.. C.-...., ,.... CLEANED Judge Hugh M. Taylor yesterdayset tion of the consumer.There should
I ... ..... Pt.w'tt --Mol...i July 29 for hearing on motionsto have been. also a floor price to
...... nee .&a 0ftH 0... ADJUSTED and GUARANTEED dissolve temporary injunctions protect the grower and the producer

t .... $....4 AR4s COW,''NI Dt I ta IT J.w.l, __ ..'431 preventing revocation of liquor licenses against disaster."
U.I* T1 J...U _, --SLMCfo held by 10 clubs operatingin I I

E. c. >>LEA U | ogt p>.. ate exut] State dry counties.Beverage Dir. James T. II I Miami Budget Passed

hillsN4.tle Fags: rtrk.p DcUvery.r. Vocelle had attempted to revoke MIAMI FAPJ The Miami City
tJStfflft r. r .... S524 1, the clubs' licenses after a Supreme I Commission yesterday passed on
I Court ruling that organizations in first reading its 1947-48 budget

..... .. ... U ...... ..., THE WATCH HOSPITAL I dry counties may not serve liquor. I with a new tax on hotel, apart-
I i W ltt.ioas .... Or ,... I 1Opp. Orana* Menrarial II III ment and rooming house accomo-
I till Kahl Arc. The incubation period of a I dations. for tourists. Final adop- .
I penguin .egg Is seven weeks. tion scheduled for Monday. .




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Accepting ]Itr1 :S1 T }JG1YljrE] .in] Bifflfaai} RQi 1_ h,' i.


Revised v otrr Rent DUNHAM. LawN $250,000 ''Grand, : Central/ Station Set Here I

. I h. A.j o , of R.o'ronl: I !
-- M"w NpNZ'law
( a. being accepted generally by .
x sk y-

"'41 tit Ie/rarta 1ft" ,,,all,,.,merr,,,,, tfbming the country Into all State a fair measure, accord- Parking Service -.,. .'.' .. ..y....":".'.."-,.. ., .
< headquarters this .00" '.
.. ,
.e. n....,. and I'ftAM' <<.,' are taking care to see that ,

"it r fNrttiA ...If ***** He rood faith and voluntary proW .

.-: ---- M lais.s. 11
-- tit M.eaNd. tit .... .kas.ss Center Planned
r rr .elleadn. sad ; { Three Events

--....... .. ., .... ..... ... DeLand AddsInduslries .t.e.
-- ... t. mm bea 1"twH" "Grand Central Station" will
... Ilea sac .elathslsa .. Ihts !soon be constructed here at a
.... ..... Ira scan .... "e/.n cost of approximately $250.000. tS.rYleS ._eU i . Usfo-. +'Aias'-, SFrf ss.tyass: "'" I':TIE A ttri, ,p 1nrr. n.nimia .

... ltlr..e ...- .... bnrsd. 34 The new building will be a com- ,+ 9, 'a;" It ,lie

w; e1 .*. .. 1M .k art bination auto service station and : ,.if N'Wbrall'
V : ..... ....... w ......... parking lot on the heart of Orlando ..UN But"*
Else ss ....,... t/r.tr wa eae..i/.. and will accommodate 250 .,. "" '., ::>: -",",. '. .1,! 1.1"<1 to at .
n ......... I.Na. ** lr A. T MICI j autos. i '-\t; rar. I <
f>. i rt-.' \...ofr-xy( >dentl i : .-.f' secret-
Modernistic In detail, the .. .
every .
J lit M .. ...... "al ...takIM DflAND total of 34 differ- establishment will occupy 41.200 Commerce. : .

.......... ..... ......... Mrt types of Industries now are feet between Central Ave.. Pine FUTURE STATE OF ORLANDO'S 'GRAND CENTRAL STATION : The trap a.
Mr..ar.Ma.waa4. ...swanMi Mratod In DeLand. according ton St.. and Gertrude St. Eu.stu Qua cFVb. II.
... ... consisting 34 ton j jI
s4tw.. l4wt .sa ifMhtttrial directory I IIA" The Central Corp., | ,
gala ......A-. ....... .. M Mee. of Clyde McKenney, president; I I, annual Wink
r trsWs ... 11- this l seek by Walter Lahrman H. A. Bargeon vice president andV. Orlandoan tracted anont

...... r ........ .a4 h sew wury of the Chamber of Com- \ C. Shank secretary and treas Housing Plans ProposedBy of the natiof

..... ....... w ...... "as.a ... .--. I urer. last week purchased the Fined Miniaturemeet r t
... r 'Wrftl.+ Cs as a.w..4.M Inrtoded In I>Land's manuf c- buildings on E. Central Ave. occupied $110I now piaonu'\ I.,r
Ita by R. S. Evans Motors and I t. be t. ;a '
H.I.. ...
wlK bwtnrwrs are advertising MAYME HODGKIN Thorpe's Furniture Co.. died for
.... ....... Central Storage Garage and lots slack Fro. 11-22
lp ed the O.' <:' '"" Currv 1'1! of I I
Ov. second the
.. a motion.
r....... Ibeida. sad ps metal awnings, auto seatretlee on Pine St. Stamps affixed to SANFORD-This city's rapid | Rev. Helen L. FisherTo : i The city, ,,'
the deeds indicated a purchase Consideration was given to a pe- i! I
.... /s .. bakery products boat I Washincuf. *
-- Ite. ,
.s. a. price of 178000. growth the favorable outlook for tition of residents in the vicinity [' r ,, T, ; -, Sr: ,t. > '-Sor] : ....... .
| ,
... .... ... e........ ra. cabinet storks. canned cit- the future and the present housing -;, I Head Service Today / held 22.
....... .... .... of 801 W. Ninth St. that the city r DAYTONA BEACH Herbert< ; on FVb. 23. a* t...
. riM h *r*. carbonated beveragesimedkkial i The corporation previously shortages were topics discussedFriday revoke the license of J. D. Carlton I I 1 f -- T, r r r.a. % I n--, : 'S'-.rl |
... w ..... lots Hunter. Orlando hotel) operator,. Sunday.
1ase Is purchased two vacant on night at a meeting of the of beer garden DAYTONA BEACH-Rev. HelenL.
operator a
chrmtcate. citrus !
igi-r Is peM M see II.. packer I:: Pine St. in the rear of the City Commission.Two there because the petition stated \j' Fisher will conduct the 11 ajn.i I was fined $110 for reckless driving::1 -----
... Is .... .." .. IMW product, curtains and drapes buildings and the entire area proposals for housing proj- it was a public nuisance. The com- I' service at First Congregational .''in Municipal Court Friday. l I Steam em IOf'II now u
E. M ....... ....,.. dairy products farm implements will" be used by the new enter I ects were presented to the board mission favored revoking the license I I Church today. Hunter's case had attractedmuch I service! outauiabet I>tr rl"+
..ses4 .... . prise. involving the construction of attention due to the fact. ------ -
t H t. 'HUU".,. offke and store fix-i one and set the first week in She is the daughter of Mr. and
a a lur*, household furniture. i I McKenney said the building 50 homes the other proposing the August for a hparin I Mrs. S. E. Leavitt, 154 S. Grand- ; that alleged efforts were made to]I .
building of 25: units. The commis- ''settle it out of court. How< 4'S- -. M tsarr.. Cbni AIM garden tools, honey icf Ice would be remodeled and plans : The taxi business received view Ave. and wife of Rev.
.- ..a.rrar.d i sioners also discussed raising tax considerable attention by the who is Arno, the officer involved
r s 1hd rr am. Iron and sheet metal for an eventual four-tory structure ,Ernest B. Fisher serving as Christy -
... U.ii si ... Nsa4eM w.rk*, lumber, machine works, have been drawn. "The build- valuations to meet the municipality's city.fathtrs on two counts A supply pastor of the church until handed Chief of Police Tom I
b. h 4d M ... mattress manufacture mill works ing will be only one-story to begin increased operating costs. letter from the Silver Fleet Cab >'August when the new pastor. Johnson his resignation after ,
N.r.sMt "'" Aala.r !. mash and doors novelties print- with but additional floors will The principals of a Connecticut Co. directed attention to the increase I||Rev. Emmanuel S. Hedgeberth,will I charging a "fix" had been put on Past Office tId,.- Per -
... w ....... t. thee wf. refrigerator units. sUns and be added as they are needed." he contracting firm. Forbes and in operating costs and Ia..krd ; be here. the case. ,
Doyle, were presented to the commission UINTIK f '''Ii II I
for sanction of rate increase
-.s M tt.atw'a1lsisd fttftrrlMni display tools. to}'!!. aid. by Edward Iliggins.!' man- a During the course of the trial
sect .M seN eqwh orHlr. trailer and upliolsteriN The front of the present stnic-I ager of the Chamber of Commerce. to offset them. The commissioners H. A. Paul Winner Hunter made efforts to get into i,
asked that the
/ rMNUirt headed. ... lures will (tw lifted and remodeled < They contemplate the construc- the record what occurred following
::. ...h .... M tas4Ma. A total of 53 Individual inlmtrtai and the most modem one-stop tion of two units of 25 homes eachin i they company:contemplate submit making.the changes: Courtesy AwardI the arrest but failed She n

seta 't i. ....... fw H aa.*.* .( UMAM at turn In DeLand. Following in Florida will be available to where some veteran homes recently State insurance commissioner. | DAYTONA BEACH H. A. case-has had more publicity thanit
... NrrsylSM, for I i. the' list: Orlando motorist when all alterations have been built. The commis- said that the public liability and Paul won the weekly Chamber of warranted."
.. *'. ductal er- Alexander-Baird Co. Arkey are complete. j' sion granted an option on the property damage insurance carriedby Commerce Courtesy Award Harry I The amount of the fine levied
..... Jatrf/L will Cabinet Shop. Atlantic Ice Co., "Plns call for the Installation city-owned property after agreeing most taxi companies with the Hall manager .of the chamber by Schott was exactly the samp
II __ MIS N.tlesral Ptsbh- rf ir.eriern! rest rooms with a the for them.
rVaron Dairies Besco ProductsR on price Keystone Mutual Casualty Co. said Friday. as the bond which Hunter had
MM* Mk ...Ml 1. be W Bouldmc Mfg Co.. The Icange! and powder room for wom- The homes are to be a pre-fab- who has withdrawn from the in- .. Paul who operates a drug storein ; ported.
.. ih. taMa 9t own ton- r""nrad Co.. Cubsted ft: Buell. R. en. ricated type of which several hun- surance field has created a problem the midst of the tourist sectionof -
1M "The entire area will be pavedover dred have been erected in Miami 1 1i
/p11g..eM that made it
H. Dawfton Ac, Son. DtBella Sine impossible for the city was nominated for the
... hmerock foundation with and other Florida It I
a Tampa cities
him to answer Mgr. Sayer's letter award by Sarah B. Alberson.
B De-
Duplav rvice. Del Air Corp..
asphalt and slag. was said, and will have five roomsof i
regarding the matter. He said -- i
Land Coca-Cola Bottling Co, De- a New Location
House SoldIn DeLand'' "Our operating personnel will approximately 1,000 square hearing had been set for Aug. 6 Announcing
Land Machine Works.
be hand-picked with the purposein feet. Construction be startedas to arrive at a solution.PreseniZoning. Wilder Blvd. There were no sides
Manufacturing Co.. D e and mind of affording our custo- soon as the details of FHA approval drawn on either of the two sug-
Roscmere Welding! and Machinery Co_ mers the maximum in service and are worked out as they apply gestions.
Dentler Bros., Dixie Iron and courtesy." McKenney explained. to this particular project. --- CLYDE McKENZIERegistered
Wood Walks Dowling & Keef. ,, The other proposal came from
Section Exhibit Builder, Inc. I Shank will manage the station C I a u d AYhidden.. who was INSURANCEPhone
it was announced and all I
Also Oeorgt Hauser. DeLand ;I speaking for an un-named interest II i
Ase.. ,t. see rawees ..... S fir Purr Juke Producers Corp.. Jack similar establishments in theSoutheast I I and soucbt property from I 2-4596 Real Estate Broker
the a'.,. std their s.IeMMN Horner fruit Co., Jacobs Lumber have bern investigated < j 1 the city on which to build 25 RulesFavored
Lee M. Crawford
with the idea of adopting the
j homes The request tabledto
hrealtenad was
pr..a1.N and Supply Co. K. D. Novelty I
M M MTCKL Waraw E Works. Kay Cion Co. Knox Novell I, best features for the Orlando be considered by the entire 668 N. Ave. See Us to Buy or Self,'

.2. TkLJ).. purchased y Products Co. R. E. Lte.1 venture. commission since Com. Lesher is : [<:Dfr-ti! to The S-jndw' Sentinel-Star i Orange t
., Mr awl For vacation and Com. Bishop is .
Logue ft Los i in. McCormick the past 12 years Shank DAYTONA BEACH Members --- 104 West Central Avei
....s ....,. at >!' C. Van ber Co.. MrOlumphy Signs. Metropolitan has been employed by the U. S. illIt of the *e j
JL A** I* ih* H.......fe Ie.. Oreen House Mfg.\ Co, Tire Co. and Genera Tire Co.. was voted that the commis- officials City and Planning residents; Board.of Ridge-City Jas. Gamble Rogers II
.. Th Xtotrland Shop. M. J. Murphy and was vita K.ng's Tire Co. for sion should re-convene as a Tax ASSOCIATESVee

... ...... see moan. .+eWrytatT' Mill Work. Ray Murray Signs. B. approximately seven years. publishing Equalization of board notice Au of?. 4 intentionto and the wood ing Friday Ave., attended night so that a public all mighthave hear- Architects % Engineers Van Hoten I. W... z- i t
aM .te..1 th.4t J. Nordman. NorrU -AI ](and r. | Therfe will be two open park- II
increase the assessed valuations knowledge of the desire of Building Consultants
e-. Nt s.4 Mrs.lies Ine Oboo Marine Construction ing spaces on Pine St. connected 10 cent for the each group and of property Robert E. White Ltl+rr.illlt 1Wtwto. '
per year 1947 was own
W1I.Myt.o I Co. r 0. Painter Printing Co. with the structures on Central the POST OFFICE BUILDING McKenzie
authorized.A ers regarding city's main traffic Bea
r ..... lour [.... ..
C. B. Parrtsh. J. W. Perkins Premier I
Ave."Motorists proposal that the license fee artery. WINTER PARK. FLA.VISIT.
vMitaChMtfr I\*. .. U',. Co. 1 1Al may leave their for furniture auctions be reduced "JliS
A N Fbe. Cyur.a..an cars while shopping visiting the Results showed that Ridge-
M -- ---- -
.u. Mr and Ranger Equipment Co. C. movies or attending to business. {I from $100 to $20 a day. a measure I, ,,'oodA- v..., property owners favor -
II. Redmond. W. D. Smith. Snyder I Introduced by Com. Carraway at
llarMe K ': W M Mid Citrus House. Southern Indus- and any service they need for the request of George Austin of present zoning regulation TFOPEN ALL-ELECTRICAL HOUSEODAY
..... ; their vehicles will be performed with only two other opinions
IMM to A. OMIpgiiji ....... Inc, Southland Bakery J. L ,
M H....*MT ft- Bprtl Citrus House. Theo Strawn. while they are away" McKenney being presented when, Board Sec. T 2 TO 5. 908 1STH STREET

-i.'f.tIIJItem: t E> AM lie. f...WI rs. Inc. Mubba Lumber Co Publishing. Tennant said.A new Innovation will be kennels j Men Rescued audience Francis Mills using called a block upon by block the -
Co Tropical
.".... ..... ........ PrtnUiK placed In a .cool spot for accommodation method. rtt.,

.... sad ...... Is .. of pets. | John Fromberger 219 N. Ridge-
IoMh .. -I have seen autos parked on wood, said he thought the entire JL
Co.Kolar downtown streets with animals From Rowboat block between Bay and Third Sts.
Reports inside that were suffering from should be re-zoned for business.H. -axG"
"iss CliftonTo heat and lack of air. We are goIng j J. Wilson. 1212 S. Ridgewood. !
to have kennels where the j . --
animals be in ', {Spec of to The S'.n-fov; Sentinel Storl) I said that a large number of prop-
can placed i
WctiToday If the owner wants his pets comfort fed. DAYTONA BEACH-suffering I city owners pust south of the II
Sales Ridgewood Hospital favored
' ., $$131,650 I he we said.will take care of that also" from serious exposure condition although two local not menwere in zoning to business as far south as 4j
_;: rescued by the Coast Guard
/ ' taM i The establishment will front
Th J, Daniel"' Kolar real estate .155 feet Central Ave. 170 yesterday after drifting nine miles
t r pas. I**a* Miss on feet j Dial 2-3748
t&f CMIVMl <***lt<*T Of of f to* operating since May 5 reported on Pine St. and 245 feet on Ger- off shore in an open rowboat since EST. 1905
iM HM A L cmiMrDvMl yesterday that William F. trude St.McKenney. i I Friday morning.
cant ..... .. Mid. el Mathews salesman, had handled explained that im- ; The two men-Ted Harpster 20 "
. IIII.7M In property sales during provements to the buildings and and Frank Spamm 19-were tak- -eft.
...... .. .., MM ( Mr Orlando's Pioneer ,,
.... C r PtmfcUM. .( lUia.af ., Uw past 4J days. lots would run the investment in ] en aboard the rescue boat of the ;,;:
The* sales were Initiated the venture to approximately New Smyrna Coast Guard Stationat ATTIC FANS 57-15 Up

trw U .... ...... .- through Brntinel-Star classified 250000. I 1:30 p.m. and put ashore at the I DESK FANS I

M IM ........, whIt. drrrtbrmenU. Plans call for the completionof Daytona Beach lighthouse. at 5 --- Rouse has 4 bedrooms, li ving room 18x22 with wall to wall carpet. Large dnntla; ri..in.ighUng. .
heII 54 .. he.. th* Th folios inC properties were all alterations by Sept. 15. or pjn.Chief BED LAMPS 12x12 kitchen indirect 1 More electric fixtures and gadgets *e their: than
......... Sil W WteraUi among those told: Oct. 1. Work: has already begun 'I W. Garrell. Coast Guard TABLE LAMPS in any other bungalow iiO'HA n town.
Frnrod property on Oarvin Ave. on clearing and. hard-surfacing' officer in charge of the station, ELECTRIC RANGES PRICE, $18,500RRAMOORE7
W A 7ss sMv af th* Arnold residence on Lake Holden. the open air lots. I' said the boat picked the two WATER HEATERS
wt Ie .... af MaN and Walker home near Lake Barton. Lockers for the convenience of men up after they were located CONTRACTORS REALTORS
f4e.t ... .. .. Goad property on Winter Park., shoppers who wish to store parcels I by a seaplane from the Ray j SEE OUR FIXTURE DISPLAY ,
at ***ata, arthrUi Are.. Cannon property on East telephone facilities and oth- mond seaplane base. I I N. MILLS ST. COLOMALTOWN I 109 E. PINE ST. PHONE 2 qta

at t...Iuraudat Robinson Ave. er accommodations will be pro- I News that the two men were I -. n_ .___ - -
lost caused considerable
vided. activity

a ......... wW a*Ui Mid* rt"at Cobia property in Beeman Park. A communications system will I among rescue craft of the Coast
two Borne properties on Lexington ) : :
enable the customers to secure Guard and Navy the latter dispatching -i
Ave. and on Osceola SU Ste- . I
jlil,51TIh.. Psi eoupllshe their cars without delay and Insurance a P-BY 5-A plane from : <
Lucerne Circle.
Ian property on covering all Jacksonville. The men set out
..... possible
..... Ira..a IUf at Fern Creek
Franklin property I
eventualities will protect the own- on a fishing trip Friday and it
Nebraska Aves, Blttman property ::1:1I :1I :1t
at en, it was declared. was reported their outboard motor
on SWDr.- William Brown failed and they drifted out of
home on Grant SU and the Ed- ;; The protein In potato contains sight of shore where they spent
monaon property on Lawson i' several Important amino acids. the night and part of yesterday.
f Blvd. I _ u __
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I I df1iVV Vet BusinessmenTo OLD LINE LEGAL RESERVE I '

f= '' t n *
Tuesday "'JW AR n
T: : ilt1.r !

DAYTONA BEACH-The Veteran "-- .. ... I 0
...- .. r- -- Busineasmen'a Club will holda :
..- luncheon meeting at noon Tuesday ; .

Ed. Larrone In heaves said Restaurant yesterday. Pres. 1.NS mP )( i

A Noon owNirs Gust speaker will be L Walter
Hakins. State representative anda RUTLAND 'ORjfl/jLOJjWA PHONE Sti
IlISIRtHIILEK World War I veteran. Herb
Benton chairman of the entertainment 1 I BUILDING- U 4000

committee will tell of
the organization's plan for Its
next ladies nihth..n the group t
mill attend the Islanders baseball CALL US FOR FULL INFORMATION ABOUT I
... 8 !
...a_ .t.. in a body.
-. ... fill ... .... Bun Batten and Leo' Foley will g YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS 8 I Ii
... 1 .. -..-.. ....... report' on the group's safety cam-
a.... Mal ...... by paicn and Ralph Day will presenta *
......r ...... II..ht .4SN new plan for the handling of ,I LIFE INSURANCE
.. ea *5 ...N... ........ veteran's legislative affairs.
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Call INSURANCE IS PRIMARY .".:i h < ,a

INSURANCE FOR SALE Wilkinson Drive, 732. On Lake Winyoh. [Photo taken from private deck a' A r+> ,r v y
i : Benefit By Oar 23
r Year Experience rI INQUIRE ABOUT OUR NEW HOSITALPOLICY of house]. Additional information in classified section 51. Neither picture ncr word do ,j-' :e r t-> tV sI

w ,I: :Net UlnUr t. Colony Park Theatre ft* r I TODAY .. property drive out end see it. Exclusive with Frank Crebs, Realtor, 507 A Metro I f Bidg i phcr 'i 713.


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l Miss DixoiiJRccoincs - Evaluation ReducedOn 'itiibaii! e.r1ttillrltar ; 16. Travel Information.,,..... 1'. VICUVM fpr CLS ftf4dMOOVIR ; Sacs

-rT ORLaNDO FLORIDA MAN TO Ashvtlle DRIVE ear Leaving for transportation Wed 23rd.- Ic.. a . acoarcs.
Bride PAGE 12 JULY 20. 1947 .
\ Call 69J.NASHVI. ___ _.

UP )In. sttvrfflrM TENN." Wed- .Lady July driving*3r*. Ho".. ....

[ T,. VSX* -". 1 1F Naval Infirmary Can take lady or couple 740 N. and n'.-. .
Classified _
fern _ _ _ t. .
? tUTaWrORT Miss Phyllis I RIDE"RESERVATION BUSES-SunnUand -- VK -.dirt .

' Jtrso IX... rrand4auchter of : (Specicl to The Sunday Sentinel-Star! Street Phone Travel 5301 Bureau 30 East ,&NDA"a. .hi

Mr ai Mr* WaKer v. Morgan DELAND-Cong. Joe Hendricks has informed membersof Sentinel-Star :4 a.

c>* Pe...*..... beram the bride of the DeLand Memorial Hospital Assn. that the War Want-Ad Rates 17. Hauling and Moving &W"VC'. ... J I,.p''.:aLAWBMOW .

Asserts Administration has reduced the Government evalu- VAN LINES INC.-Natb0'I (,. _D
|>ctMi Bryant *fft.Id. ton of ALE household aooda .
.. movers
l linMirimum
ation on the former Naval infirmary on the Municipal Air- fmt CaU Fidelity. storage WarebousaCo .
Mi and ...... P. W. Sheffield of ( charge lie .. for free estimate on your Jon n. .
Ti*,. at $a tmpr8sj candle- port from $92,000 to $50.000. Sunday SOC ..r bin distance moving 5HI W. JacksonSt fla..ler c. I -
I This is the proposed location of Minimum charm Me Phone 2-3184 ...
c'.J :wmonf at 7 Sfl Fridayc SERVICE Uaht LAWN vm- s.cs.
a new hospital facility for DeLand. 3 Consecutive Days 18e To C d.? .
Prompt aerv-
c Pint" Methodut Church : and allowing a 95 per cent reduc- I I I 7 CoosecuUv Dan lie hOC C da, Ire moving and and bauUI.r.t.. Ph KO .r.. .A-H.a. ...
: Board Studies Count Aterag. Worda I Use A. .
:" : tion to non-profit organization the National. (Out .f StaMI llatraBlacle AERO MAYFLOWER TRANSIT COLocc ..0

T R.C.. J BmUh performedr hospital may be purchased for $2- uueruona JOe per iii distance movlns service Call for.01. N"R-- ".
Van and Storaae '
:3 ConaecoUT Dan Sic line a dar er
500, Sidney Taylor chairman of Mass Murw W
:, J 'wand Mra. W. L. Moac : 1 Consecutive Dan 20c Use a dai estimates; also local Jaads
... hospital board said Friday.In Minimum 3 UneaAH ) packing, crating dOi4Y -
r 9m.fHl t "v ssrsrT.
vt program of mu lc. : S Division: ph .. .
School Want-Act. atart In tbe OrlandrUornicc ,. .. .. .
to: -a Norm Jean Kearney ofI. a meetingThursday night Plans printed DEEMS Service pbone fartMi Sour war ai a a'
ScnUoel are DELVEK' _
.- net CM? sang with the City Commission an in both tbe Sentinel and 'lb.Orl.Ddo I '7673 and hauling. eqaied .5.. "I' IssO a
9 krtW u a graduate of agreement was reached whereby Star en the aam dateThe every load Insured: reasonable T.I. fe 1 leets. RusO;. I.. ..
_ Una Cr" ..a
I!:: .:t i rnr llHh Hrhool and has qa utilities furnished by the, city I (Spp, 1 to The Sunday Sentinel-Storl Want-Ad Department la dallr.open DUMP fill TUC-SERVIC Wri.- H.aIL o 1CiMC1 ( from 8 30 a.m to 6 p.1lI.
'"Ia an ash**. part in | club would be billed on a reasonable SANFORD The Seminole Sunday from 8 to 12 am. Bray P. O Box 102. Fla sons.5 suacSlele IS S .a

\ .. basis satisfactory to the hospital County School Board met Thurs- Deadline for Sunday Paper Satnr" Phone County 33-R-12. o PisSet .

U fUwtiVM h alto a graduateHa authorities. I day at the Court House in a busy dar noon.adrertiseru. JULFORD Can: handle VAN loads tc STORAGE or part loads CO-to PAu.. --.I.r"- all

Oft air High School andc The area, including the former session in which they accepted a are reoaea'ed notify Cleveland Ohio New York City oren a..?, sePerches. -
immediately of error In "areSenSed.
rr two and a half years serviceI infirmary contains approximatelyfour bid for reroofing the Lyman their u. ads as the Sentinel-Star any will route. Ph 5288. for free estimate . S J ... 1".
I 133-35 N Main.KOLEO'S_ _ _ _
schoolhouse. let contracts for the for only u>-
The be responsible one
I: Army Air Corps he returned acres. hospital will be Local rAl7rTVSell..
mo.lnl j?? s *y =
t I., Tampa her. h# is engaged inI moved from its present site on N. I transportation of pupils to the coaTed Insertion.Von packing AI waOC. aU T

I tMuranr* buMneu. Stone St., and located in the new i! schools reviewed a tentative bud- Can Place Tour agent for Delcher Long D.t.De .. .. eaaartwra> 8sWa T4aWWFIF <8a*wa a
get for teachers' salaries considered Moving. 50$ Mary st. Dial 495. er". .
M & Mw-ffsrMa town was of building approximately a mile Want-Ad by Telephone COT s.d ) ta sw
a M MINI and lar. the skIrt of from the city limits. I increasing the mill levy from Dial 4161 LONO DSTAtCEMOVIo .. 5 e.

r. a 'i) tottc train and the fit- Final negotiations with the War six to 10 mills and authorized sub- I log Suddath Mo.lno & Storage Co Co .w .I aliaPADTTOaa

in tone btxfer ass of lace with Assets Administration will beginas mission of a tentative budget to 115 W Columbia Phone 8154- ', :D
load to 05.1*
I -".> of IaN where' bodice joinst soon as the Government agency i I' the State school authorities. according 1 10. Baby Sr\ters-Child Care DESIRE LDoiart July 23rd. or: imeds.te :.

: 8irt. II** bo******* .aa baaed officially informs the hospital to Supt. T. W. Lawton.One . J BABY AND CHILD care By day I I1i'nt Thursday July 24th. Call FidelityStcs.e .pas- .C
ra a xaa m whHe carnations board of the reduction in evalua- of the problems of the or hour. la my home. Excel and W.rebO Co Pb. PA1neo-l. 8II8W' C- JIM

( ::7'II.d' wfch. taster-roars and tent. MRS. D. B. SHEFFIELD tion. board was the adoption of a tentative I teat care provided. 103 E. Harvard 2-3184. a1.---

__________ 23296. .
budget teachers' alar-
married 18. Laundry 2ala.P150
*4 a .In< a wht. orrMd. . Friday. .
CONSCIENTIOUS of children n
M *. Thomas Jehnaon Oerard _ _ - -- -- -- _ _ _ ies In this study it developed I their borne By care day hour weekends wash to 102S TV neawaaaaer Sapacs ue.le.
that this item in 1947-48 wouldbe Call 6290. BRING YOUR FAMILY .. vkalaa mftrvrtumBwker
or_evemnts .
r Tamp* was matron of honor Officials Make S. Division; satisfactory work 441 W Ssabev .-...
$380.000 as compared to $292.00 .- CHILDREN BOARDED=-Also cared: for .
c '1 MB Orar Thompson of D vtrf' The Harry Lees Daughter in the year Just closed. by hour day or veek Supervisedplay 19. Services Offered P u PWrI.
n irrvrd as brsdramatd at all times Well balanced diet. : :
This increase assumed even 776 S PeOD' An.. Winter Part. FURNITURE restored by '
C Ml MwffMd served hisr ANTIQUE
greater proportions when it became Phone 278. of the trade We ran I isa. I.'
Craftcmen l
rr as DM* man and Thomas The Pickerills Leave on Trip that loved Piece Open for acas. .
known that the track renew
Or,aid and David Thompson Report on Trip funds that had been used race to help 11. Special Notices Inspection" Russ Mattress Co 112J .. !"' .

vt43hrn.. J to The Sunday Sentinel-Starl and touring North Carolina. meet this operating item would' ADVICE Psychic readings dally.Meetinn. "jItaRATIONS-aedspreads.Church 2-22t. -draperies -
Mr and Mrs Morgan enter- I Mrs. P_ D. Anderson. who has Phone '10B8 44 S W Phone "= .
'| SANFORD-Mr. and Mrs. Harry [rpe.-.oJ to The Sndc: ; Sent,'i!::J S'ir not be available to the school Church St. Rev Cherrr and chldrn'a drs. cl
e.cI at a in their for _ _ _
= wcepttnn been ill at her Lake Mary home 7770 PLIJMWSO -
board this
In the boardsstudy ..
k2 l .Immediately faHowtng the :: Lee and daughter Lolo and Mr.1 several months is now confinedto SANFORD-City Com Andrew year. AMANDA BRADFORD-Psychic reading ADVICE TO BULEa.SI.Quol.lons. .(5 .
I of this problem it seemed : circle 2.30 Tues 561 West Columbia 3-na. 5IapV
"edn( ore'many They were as-i| and Mrs. Pickerill of Orlando left the Fernald Laughton Memorial Carraway and Mgr. Edward Hig- imperative that the general school I Ave: phone 22331. D .
gins of the Seminole Nebrsla.
aotrtf m nttOTvastttM bar Mrs. Earl Sanford Saturday aboard the Lolo Hospital. County I tax levy be raised from six millsto BOA TRIPS from MtDora'tO Silver CHALMERS SERVICE and ::. PIaSI\
Pas Mr Chamber of Commerce spent last Springs through the beautiful Oklavaha AlLS .
lIam .raJsswton aidMi : Mrs. John L. Galloway and 10 !: tractors and power sjnjta ,
II for Silver mills.
Glenn. They will return Wise. Boat Worki.pflone3223. .
*. I*. E WMMsms .'I Osvenpott. daughter Anne have arrived in week in Washington on two mat- Dr. Lawton pointed out that Mt Dora Pla Farm and Home Iahln.n Co. 40 PIT c -
Thursday. ters of vital concern to the ,, W Robinoon: 2-27t. N
---- New York where they will spend a this does BROKERSATTENTION=-My houseat _I a' .
I I mean that school AVVNIN03 _n:. curtains venraanblinds .. _
1 i Mr. and Mrs. L. Burke Steele week. ty. taxrs: will jump four mills. It 234 S Esther j.eIs off the glider covenn s Full be of 0. .

The ''I left<<: for Newark. N. J.. Friday. J'. One is what disposition is plan- I is believed by the education officials market CONVALESCENT Simpson-HOME Braoanh- Now OPf.D material. 432 Phone S Huth.9826 Florida AwnlncCo o I ewi.-c

Dcnipscys Miss Martha Wright. who has ned by the Government of the : that it may be possibleto at Chuluota 18 miles N. E. of Orlando ACETYLENE and electric weldlna: I.= o ;

been recuperating from a recent Miss\ McCallHonored I Government property at the airport reduce by two mills. the levy 18 miles 8 E of Sanlord. machine work on pump saw mills I .T- t.
screened and porches to .
and the other the large open and road *: .5o
appropriation -:, m..I
Entertain operation at the home of her par- for bond interest and sinking sit and enjoy the cool bretres off alunrlnum and brass .. west -
ents. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wright for finishing the deepeningof fund accounts. Should this be Lake Catherine Large grounds and neT Machine Wor .. 131 W. Kaley _$ : ..
the St. Johns River from Pa- walks safe from auto traffic Large
By done, the total increase wouldbe APPLIANCES
Friday to return to Houston. lobby and rooms Brick construction. ARPm
Four Guests : latka to Sanford. two instead of the indicated Can accommodate 25 only Phone or toasters irons 23 E. RA 8pvtt-a a i ma.Iea __
Johnson Electric Co.
Ch.re. WM aol SIa Ses
Tex.Charles i The two Sanford delegates four mills. Further consideration writ for reservation at once. Ovledo .-
Ft. Ind returned I ALARM CLOCKS REPAIRED-AS, w$ ) Iaeea. '
Mero of Wayne Mrs.\ LeeS 2362 or Dr. Martin 2392 or writeP -
If t VltU CMISHOU4OJUNC1C who visated his mother. Mrs. J. W. : from the Capital city ": is being given this probe O. Box 137 Chuluota Fla Large kind of clock or electric equipment I ice .sock *V.i. c
...,.' ': greatly encouraged about both lem. I sedan for tuxtt to vimt their dortorCHAR1S . We fix everything Barker Repair > h"i o. _
Mrro. at Lake Onora will leave The Sunday Sentinel Star] Shop. 48 W. Central Ph. 7 BAPFUANCE
( to .
CTTY Mrs TonieMocjtr today for his home. i projects. I Since all levies must be approved I PRODUCTS Olrd. and. SERVICE-Raosea. fans i
[ **l.n. Service In your bor. -
and a** Prt ef Tampa* SANFORD-Mrs. A. W. Lee Jr.. In a conference with Cong Joe by the State Department of I Mra Ida Pounds Oroee. Fla. washer r.dl. AU appliances ,
Mr Ann** L Maw and James Among those making a deep sea Thursday honored Miss Connie education the board instructedthe I Adapting I.m" to electric aspecIalty Sacs
Hendncks and
Carraway Higgins C R. STEVENS .
K OifcuM of WassetxtU are visit fishing party today are Ralph I McCall. bride-elect with a coca- discussed Senate Bill 364. This superintendent to prepare a moved my R, .;1 and Harris.Pick 2213 up Ed.nl... Dr CaldweU. C =.. ) .

tM Mr and Mra Theodore Dempar Ray. Steve Hodgkin. Charles Mero i cola party at the Lee's Laurel enactment would provide for the i tentative budget for the next I I to ance 30"buslnr.. Pa from Ave 64 Phone N. Court 2-3 5 St. lege Park phone 2-1972 I see = -
het. George Mero. Mrs. Sara Williams i Ave. home. school year and take it to Talla- BULLDOZER SERVICE Clearing or
use by cities of buildings and oth- SPENCER Individ'lallyoevitned grubbing and Also -
Mr' and Mrs C N Edwards and and Mrs. Mayme Hodgkin. i The party rooms were bright er installations on former Government -I hassee next week to be reviewed I .SUPPRT Mr. Waren. 1202 E. work and . aadID.. Phone pas a I = .T

daughter Ratli Mra, Fremont' Judge and Mrs. James B. Wat- with arrangements of zinnias and air stations. and is espe- with Dir. of Finance T. N. Mor- Washington Phone 2-3506 or 23tWS.'THIS 4427 after 6 p.m ia.s.ias i.* ac

Law* and rirmoTrt. Lone Jr.. spentTuraday kins and daughter Lynne. guests of i pastel gladioli and the dining ta- cially helpful to the smaller city gan.The IS TO In NOTIFY selling all our persons properlY Interested DOCK BUILDING and repairing pairs an all b *
house and .
Boat repairing Puller Braa ll$ a" <
al Daytona Beach.Mta Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Maxwell. will ble was centered with an-arrangement ] where the revenue is inadequateto bid which was accepted for I that the part West of Highway 441 painting any budlnl. Pla Free Wlavtar Bet a

ftatry liaaa of Orlando has leave today for their Atlanta home. of zinnias. meet the operating expenses of i the 're-roofing of the Lyman has been sld. William Cabin and.Margaret Apopka.Fla estimates Robert Wire Pb. Eustia. .. 5555dse

Uk.. a. apartmrnt at the horn They will be accompanied home I Assisting the hostess were Mrs. the airport Higgins said. school was submitted by the Win- I Hetzel. Orange 377-Red P. O Box 191 ,. sum..

.. Mr and Mr UMar Mrmminc by Mrs. Maxwell. Edmund Meisch. Mrs. Collier Carraway said the Park Roofing Col. of Winter Park FOR BEE nealth use Vlavl super CONCRETE steps FR. Dr.e.a..

Cart Oattowar of Winter Part Coming here from their home in J Brown, Miss Caroline Lee and Miss of fine operating such and was for $5.545 i 11 M.tc.J Building Thirty 7..r In business Free eattirates -
vaa ta Uwa TUradayUu Havana CUba. Mrs. Frederico I Dolore Lee. The hostess gift to expenses a airport According to the new State law PhM52 ; C. N Mdy. Winter Park 461 I Karka iwastswV M

sV&a "TttWavby of TaUafrdiin PorT and her daughter Anilu are : Miss McCall was of her chosen as high the and one the at Sanford of were the very bill the board is prohibited from contracting I DALYSIRIuAL. D READINGS D.. 512 W. CONTRACT and repairs to :of and new buildingof homes 1 nn _" .rll t
passage acrnc raima
atarvH a Irw day hero at visiting at the home of Mr. and pattern in Fostoria glass. will be a decided advantage to for the handling of groupsof Central 5837 any kind. . T P j (irsi a.ns.7lllocsrqvsr. = ** :

fcrr tks>jt on Oak Ave rvcrntly.Itr Mr*. J. J. Rocco at 201 W. 16th I I Guests attending were Mrs. Em- Sanford In that it will providea county-owned buses and it is W P. Kplb. ftegtstered Su". or. Fullard. 39 E. Am.h. 2-4032 la _f C ? .
a and Male Arcad. Phone CLAY Bt/ILT Also lime ,
asd Mra PaM ntunm and 81. Mrs. foey two sons Fredericoand mett McCall. Miss McCall. Mrs. of additional necessary said Dr. Lawton. to Cur< ROA surface ._n.P' .
. Ka*. a from I I Meisch Mrs. H. B. McCall. Mrs. source revenue make individual agreements with 1346VERIONT I IUCTO81 aroavK ..
mint SprinffkrM Roberto are at Camp Winona.I with, which, to offset the costs. -EDj. tM eomfort and Work guaranteed Bumby 8tima p. laarrsaaaj srvwajasi .
...... Dondero of Brown. Mrs. Charles Park Mrs. the drivers of the many school h.plt.Ut a typIcal Vermont son IDC Phone 843T era .
Miwra Ma and Btrth Whitakrra Mr. and Mrs. Victor I IF. E. Roumillat Mrs. Edward S. The delegation from the Flor- buses. Transportation; contracts home. for sour vacation thIs year CABINET AND MILLWORK to special Laaleeasa r.rn* .r Peas o
Bronx.llle. N. Y. are staying at1, at The Old Randolph center order Central Florida LumbarCo
.,. ivppee gse.Ia TWrmtay at the 201 McCall. Mrs. George D. Bishop ida municipalities were assured by were let to J. B. Jones Oviedo; M. Vermont Hom..I..d.Bates are r.a.bJ.Ind Mil and NebraskaCONCRETE'SERVICE T114P5505* .
| the home of Mrs. Clara Lorig. Mrs. Ray Fox. Miss Mary Ann Cong. Hendricks and Republican N. Estes. Oviedo: Homer Ballard. Include comfortable rooms Modern nolionvewars.
KtsiTo Mr Jr.
a and Mra, A. W ChistaolM ,, -- t. -
the -
and fanvdyt44 E. Fifth St.. while awaiting Whelchel Miss Jean Harper. Miss Congressmen that since this bill Geneva; Clem Bowen. Geneva and rnnnl.ncs.vegetables and home col.e m.1.. steps and walks. I ha hn.,_. I
of their Danny who fr.b best In workmanshipand
recovery son. is not controversial it will surely B. H. Smith Paola. .ntIDPrIDI.
.*al ataOU H a business Ttslf Elizabeth Whigham. Miss Jackie Inqur. Belle Louise Barnstead. Box POTcor..te lS
| Ml TaMihaaarr Utat, Week.Mr U at the Femald Laughton hos- ,'I Brotctue Miss Audrey Bach. Miss pass during this session of Con- Officials present at the meeting I Randolph Center Vermont .ort! of all .lm.t. 1.1 t_Seas ..

and Mra, Claud Otlmoread pital. i I Dolores Lee Miss Caroline Lee and gress and probably within a very were Chm. L. E. Jordan J. A. I IBistJine SWEDISH neuritis: . Ac'-rOr or 9:3. Buchanan Cone.l. Co I Tni P-t.* ".

. d..M..... ha** returned' from Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and I Miss Sylvia Meisch. short time. W. M. Haynes of the' bert 1204 W. Yale Ave 2-2918. CLEANING and -PREra-cui masS. Sealed ass. E :
family and Mrs. A. B. Peterson areexpected j board, Supt. T. W. Lawton. I Ladies only usia Sen.; t55 iiWdtiTsaflaw
andO Su
taroaati 8prtH' M Va,...".. Mra. 'I I While in Washington, Carrawayand mon.7.Brol us. your -Cohe' _. .
home this weekend E. Fourakre alee
to arrive who
Mora O0vwa.tr rHumrd WHO them. Higgins called on officials of represented I I!. Lost and Found I CONCRETE FLOORS 21 elc Wt form. as ren a>u"Ocwn ..
Mra. CMard' l.wihrts mtertaln. from a vacation at Ridgecmt. The Aliens the War Assets AdminIstration the Lyman school trustees.Cameramen pcur and finish concrete far Insuerties *use s'.ese

.4 wv .1Wft of Uw Methodist N. J. I, I get their interpretation of SB 364 I DOG WORZ LOST radio-Black tower and Ph I.n Near Orb driveways walks and tteps fr. c. in W C .r.. Sf15uyotEiiss

Kurth ThMfadfy altrrnooo. alien Mrs. J. D. Cordele and Mrs. C. i and found that it coincided with Film Vi' .5091 Reward pi ice estimate Co. call 2-256. DunhamConcrete We tell -ow* sea> **le

tnarr nri. lo sew l. tn* Meth8tta A. Anderson Jr. returned recently I Have Guests that expressed by the Congressmen. DOG LOST. German plk. light 1"7m.I. DRYCLEANINO W* employ only Arl"l t _w. Ole jata.

"aadrraa Horn tn Enter from Ridgecrest and Mr. and Mrs.j, New Charm School !. with lame IJ5 skilled experienced help: and t.1 '

pci.*, ..... a:. B. Waneruford.ra Julian Stenstrom and Douglass')! At P. T. Faringa, assistant to the POX TERRIER FOUND-Small. 5481. Cuner.Discern machinery 204 Try u*. MacDuff corner i-I.- ..t._

t CVvBrnta Mra Mary E.tv Stenstrom are expected to go soon. i iloin. Enterprise Chief of Engineers discussed with _!nr al| to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Ros.lnd. Phone Rldn.o Atun. Ph 8*** *!. W r. kvrwrna >

>tp.. and Mlaa Mary dm Culp. George Jackson of Crescent Higgins and Carraway the workon DAYTONA BEACH-Th. Day- WALE LOST-Black; contal.ni CONCRETE WORK; driveways; aup 1. .

**r* tmant thoa present.Mra. City was the guest of her son-in-"I [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star' I the St. Johns River channel. tona Charm School. Daytona money vlu.ble Ph IdpntlfeUln paper and rensed walks bonded floors: Southern septic States tanks;Pr 1 CD at 173* .*- .

aVrttva Otmaunaa Is vUltta law. and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. ENTERPRISE-Mr.: and Mrs. R. He was confident according to Beach's newest project is off to I 2.21.U. Co 8714 or 2-2206 for eslm.' Bettw*>, tali "

ttkmste M IMytotaa Brach Clyde Piercy. recently. She returned V. Allen entertained Mr. and Mrs. Higgins, that the $200,000 requested whirlwind start. Beauty Parlors ELECTRICAL.. REPAIRING and teas ractwowvWAamiMt_ a :
ilr and Mra. r B. Olds have ': and Mrs. Marcel On hand for the .rIDI. Call 4514. M tiler "W. Meas *
home Thursday accompanied Fred Mann. Mr. for the completion of the 12- opening were AMERICAN 6=ACTY SALON-44'4 1-lee I Contr.clor.UCRIC AU aaakea ;* St _n_
1M' rd .. ft Lattdctdrie.Mf by Mrs. J. M. Jackson and Polio and children Carolyn and foot channel will be available. The John Muller, News of the Day W. Church opposite Rialto Theater RAZOR SIrS wiServlca re ('lda.U .

and 101,., Arthur Bow tbIr" daughter Sally of Crescent City.1 i I Barbara of Orlando. and Mr. and preliminary work already is under- newsreel cameraman from New Bonn Robertson and Margaret Sblct. Remington and SERVICE 51be.. '.5. 2":ilseestee Se .

Theisdag for Notary. N. J, to Carol-Lynn Jackson. of Orlando|i Mrs. Albert Steeples of Harrison- way and the actual dredging thatis Orleans and Tye Sanders of Atlanta Bro.n.AMMERMAN appointment:ZUE. ph. 6931 to N.)d.Ols0n.* San and Juan razors In alot.. 5169.ENGINEERLNO5ERVICEICn Sea. 1-1.7 WASeBSO Maclw. .-
L- .......... will visit Mrs. J. M. Jackson. burg Va.. recently. to start \Ug. 1 will be pushedto Universal Newsreel. filminga I 25% discount on ..ns Pn'10'Lied a* n..,
Mr and Mr.*. Blair ham ,* of Miss Gladys Martin of )'I Mrs. H. E. Braddock joined Mrs. completion, Faringa assured the story that will be seen on the time only Five experienced eal Designing Drafting Detailing .aaraKsley ****. A :U

fxttlrr W Ta arrived Wednes- Orren. Ky. has arrived BowlingI!I W. Todd and daughter. Miss Wilma Sanford.ites.LarsonKiinble. screens of. the nation bv-- 20-- -millinn--- Phone 6462 Machines, Tools. Dies. Jig & Fixtures ..
ratted bf the serious Illness ::: Todd of DeLand. for a shop- people. PERMANENTS-Macnine or machine- ; Construction Spni.lon; Production WATCH I..
and Mrs.
cay her uncle" and aunt. Mr. S6 up: phone 9964. jewel Eng and ; Production
d these fatlwr. O B. llslnea. Haky Wight. I IIoIr. : ping trip to Orlando Thursday. v Gloria and Norma Moore, operators Charm.. Salon. 506 W. Amelia Cost Estimating C. W. Reed arrvlta ,. .
Mrs. J. S. Hasleden and daughter of the charm school 1123 So. Johnson Ave, Lakeland service at .
1>IUV Poirtef has returned to and Mrs. Norman Jennings i I which CHARLOTTE-KAY BEAUTY SAL 3811. 8 ;:
Nt ttnmt her alter VIsHing Mr. friends Linda of Daytona Beach are is located in the arcade of the McCrory BIdg.. up.lal. U F. o. _
returned from visiting .I
Sheraton Miss Hilda Monck. ifCTHC WELL D8ULUMO We ifiuinlui aa
.:11II..... Pa..l Pravy' and family in visiting Mrs. Ida Hasleden. Plaza Hotel are former cared for by experienced operators for genuine seD small dtaaatar e > 2s'.'
01.-...... Miss Harriet Trumbull of Held i, Miami models. Phone 4014. For mo.r upkeep service .al tn* and 3 Caa '* .
Orange City was here Tuesday.Mrs. : Nuptials PARLOR Ail only Hoover sta on P'HA pOap
Tooms of Msn- i ,
Mr Kailtertn RAYS BEt Bumb7 Hdw 6104 .
Miss Hoffman. .. lon or
t.st.t tuytand arrived BaturCa G. G. Mcalexander and Hastroms on VacationI Pre-heat and WA. L.. 1
.old waves a specialty Dial 4222. "
daughter Zona Gale Miss Euretta
Ie "*.. Mra LMMM Oettmer. : to The Sunday Sentinel.Storl 38 East Pine One place onlyRAYS . Uafl.s
I _
Washington paired R A Austin. .
Faber of DeLand and Mr. and Mrs. 542 nest
1Ii. Walker *f Lresburs UBc PIERSON R. G. UTOPIA BEAUTY SALON- PI.dmoDt latoo's ,
GuestAt Hastrom. Vol- 242JPUR'iIE .
Honor J
Henry Robertson of Sarasota visited 'I 805 E. Washington St.. phone 9725. Phen. 'Whr Pal __ _
al the home of hw daughter Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Rynan COCOA-Friends of Mr. and usia County PJumosus fern ship- All permanents reduced through July !' UPHOLSTERY -Refin- WELL DMnjUOWe. najaaaaa)
Mr Claud OHmore.MtM 'Mrs.I. G Larson of Cocoa learned J per is vacationing in Essex and piece bedroom suite to drill aMiss **} a.u 55555 fa,
Wednesday.Don iECNDrONI a0n6HMP $4250 2 piece living suite 167 Ia 5 IncA _
M.hl Band was a busi- Party Stowell returned Thursday this week of the marriage of Miss Cambridge. N. Y.. with his wife no Paul Repair rom. 2-1188. .om. d.wa. .l .af.
54 W. Pine: phone _ _ _ ..
*rKtx< m Ortarwto prtdayUv from a trip to Milligan and other Harriet Louise Kimble daughterof and four children Before return- 101. FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS for rent- .. WeU .
B. A PwMer. Mr*. 1Kb Ho- T ,. indov, Sentinel! -Star] northern parts of the State. Mr. and Mrs. Seruch T. Kimble ing to Florida next month they R-c SHAMP. SET Shop-Sr 24 Meat curing and amok me. AU kind .P.. Orl. 3 Pie qROOagpwttici
I.t. frozen food
Mn aM ...* lAM t Uavltt were NEW SMYRNA BEACH,-Miss Mrs. Ruby Wilkens and children of Washington. D. C.. to Howard will visit in Canada. W Pine; t57o; Visit your tk.r pr..lnl plant and Central storsie - p a

ML Jata..on..tM* Saturday.ilr Esther Hoffman. who leaves for Wanda Lee and Bill of Ruskin. are Larson son of Mr. and Mrs. Lar- Florida Qjick Fnel and Storage Co. stalled "' ..

and Mr*. David Kerr of Liberia today was guest of honorat visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Light. son of Cocoa. The ceremony was Cocoa Personals I 15. and Instruction 401 1 13th St. Sanford. Fla RedtDS -. -. =

,..,. Va art guests of Mrs. a farewell party and shower Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harris and t I performed on Saturday July 5. AUTO SCHOOL Learn to drive FLOOR material SANDING used All wore finishing guaranteed-Bert CONTACT slip .. nGo

Mary K. Cwta. Thursday night at the home of son Dickie of Winter Park were at 12:30: In the Bethlehem Chapelat COCOA-Mr. L. E. Arwood of Competent Instructor prepare you licensed: bonded Bass Floor Sur r..r .".

A T PaId. and dauthter Mary her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. callers here Friday. the Cathedral of St. Peter and Cocoa is resting in the Good Samaritan : for School State: call Driver- Tut Orlando Auto fsctng Co. Ph. 2-1370 30. .

and tk" Pembroke N. C. ares Hoffman. Edge.'ater.Asslstinl Ed L. Cunningham of Benson St. Paul hi Washington. Hospital. West Palm ACCOUNTING Engineering.2-87. Hieb FURNITURE like new REPAIRED Cabinets and made re finished WHEN nAvvisdial < M._.
nta at the PaIL View Lodg Hoffman in entertaining Junction was a business visitor Beach following an School International .. .
Mrs. I The bride was given in marriage operation to Com.lndence .. oroer Tine.1 Prnlur Co. 2323 ra- .iso atrts.55p at ..
inia .**t.I.tlar were Mrs. W. M. White. Friday. by her father. Her only attendant his eye there on Wednesday mor- O Roe.Sbol. V.tr.n ph 9282.L Orsnge. C.1 party cl ssawM I8 s.i k, _...

Plemminc ws a business Mis Arlene White and Mrs. R. S. Miss Theresa Peterman spent I was her sister. Mrs Amos C. ning. He will return to his home HIGH SCHOOL-Complete high no-SANDUGtlJml. .Spe 70m 1 aeatkaa e,.. lr.3J7CASTAZOUPIS lale.-

,.a. M Tampa last week. Fee Miss Hoffman will visit relatives -t Wednesday with Miss Louise Cunningham acquette of Wilmington, Del. in two weeks school education at home 70u spare experience-Modern equipment _
'f at Benson Junction. I The Rev. time with American Tests Work guaranteed Licensed. Promo 3 I.
- in Philadelphia en route to 1 The bridegroom was attendedby Harold F. Bache and furnished No classes. School.. Free service C. R Barke. '1851. Ho yu ..
i New. York where she will board a Mrs. W. L. Tyler and children. his brother Robert H. Larsonof T. G. Ronald of St. Mark's Epis- booklet Write American SchooL

Miss! Annablc plane for Cape Mount. Liberia. Earl. Dick and Linda were in Pontiac Mich.. as best man. copal Church. Cocoa. are In Avon Dept O P. O Box 690. '1.mpa.iUATTEW HOMES.ne CLEANED out U"M and repaired and bonded inside - 5131 r O Ikrra- -).

She will train natives to become I DeLand Friday. I Ushers were Henry R. Davidson of Park for several days assisting in and and practice ( J"nn. I derDi8M_ :C*> SoS,*. COaiso ,

Bride/ nurses at the St. Anthony's Epis-I i Mr. and Mrs.Leon Vimng of Orlando Wilmington. Del.. and Dr. Seruch the boys camp held there each man Home study courses now a.IP..al FLOOR. SANDING Exclusive-finishing. cleanIng for- at Lass's W. < ltaaa '

Becomes I! copal Hospital. were overnight guests of Mr.. f T. Kimble Jr.Following year under the auspices of the able Major Crank 139 E. Pine rtor-Co.asla taer which guarantee agent per- 5 w C

,' 'wl 1, About S* members of the Wes- and Mrs. Ernest Snodgrass Thurs the wedding cere- South Florida Diocese of the Epis- 16. Travel Information test allfactlo to you who desire T n. .
and of the day.Paul copal Church. Qu.lt Laslnl Pra. .r'_P
ct..O1U Lalla May Icy Philathea Hutchins and mony. a breakfast was served at fr. Orl.nde Co,
lIT Brotherhood of the First Raymond I the Mrs. Grady Battle and AIR RESERVATIONS and ticket an Since 1925 1809 i-YO rUT. Inc
Urns Statler daugh-
Hotel after which t..bUsbe
of Mr and Mr : Duke of the O .
AluisAle ..whur Gainesville visited friends lines Sunniland Travel Bureau 30E.Pbn.Ntreet .. pnone 7836. . 'el
Methodist Church had a fish fry young couple left for a short wedding ters. LaVerne and Joy. of DeLand. Phone al _a ,M a* ca Ni,
MurT _
K K. AM *M*. and Brue A. and relatives last week. 531.BIMIOH noR SANDING AND FINISHING .
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred I trip. They will make their future formerly of Cocoa are spending M. ALA. Gentleman
.* of Oiattaneaca, Trnn. and ; Mrs. O. B. Canada and son Gerald go- service Modern "tl. 3!.
R. Brannon Thursday night. I home in Milwaukee Wis. two weeks with Mrs. Edith Voss of week: could take 2tiaiteneers meat; portable pO..r unit ....
M c...... wrr married, the St.Cptsropal joined by Mrs. Wade Single- i Cocoa : help drive Ph. 547 ed 1933 Skilled workman: licensed,
Church Mr and Mrs. J. Bochardy entertained ; tary and The bride is a graduate of They will be joined on Winter Park. R FLOOS
Tha in daughter Ann of Sanford. _ _ _ bonded; Isareca. Steven Floor Surtacing seat a.A_ ..
fl.mUis. Ua. Saturday.f a group of young peopleat left Monday for a visit with Mrs. i Smith College North Hampton Wednesday July 23. by Mr. Bat- HAVANAand Nassau by bat or Ce. 6582. Wpcedf_. -
their home on North Riverside I Mass.!; tie, and continue their vacation plane Call Orlando Travel HLGHEY'S HOME REPAIRS-Front
,rest eo* auendtnts were Mrand Canada's mother, Mrs.J.L. Smith. ilOde s
118 .
Mra I B. MAeaL Mr*. MikealM Dr Thursday. night honoring In Charlotte. N. C. The bridegroom Is a graduate of later in the week by visiting HAVANA_E Central CUBA: dial 9504 Including front to heating back from and roof. to cellar .5. .: :
-All-expense tour.
a OM.T of the bride. The bride their daughter. Ann. I the University bf Wisconsin. friends and relatives In Waycross: i Lacier Travel S.n1ce. 30 Pine All work guaranteed. Call.nW.Ua C S -

... a wtMM. ftOantum ewrmblemt Leroy Blankenship and Janie I I The bridegroom's mother attended Ga.. Birmingham, and Dothan. I Street Phone 531.PROFSIONAL. E HOUSE WASHED-SerecnIj I 15 A-A

.. .1 mist4. Poorbaujh were contest winners C. E. Huffman 1 the ceremony, returning to Ala., Gainesville and Apalachicola- I ADVICE Free windows Look work like paint Job*. '! ..' :=

has r*..tdid. her all her ttf. and received prizes. I ,; her home here this w eek. Fla. I Call Autr.et.m.I.. 6321. luar.nIH lL atL- .
on Sentinel-
a4 IM Mtowomm is a veteran of Three new patients at Sunny I I Mr. and Mrs. 3.!. L. Schick and ; Star Want Ads and HOUSE WAHE by new (lean In I f5p.. -. _-
pull bigger
wtarid War Tww *errmc In theoveneas. South Hospital Include Mrs. Gloria !| Has Guests Sanford Girl To Get son. Larry are vacationing In i faster results is offered by the new d.alni palct Job Harmless. Looks! to Mean flowers 11e aad mis -:Sasc.j-
A. M.i& twt- HeM Hackey. Mrs. Owen Halnes of ,I Cleveland. Ohio and Detroit i shrubbery Very reasonable Free estimates cr W W_
...loy..d b* .h.. BHI Telephone Orange City and Mrs. Fravis i [Spe-,c1! to TV" Sunday Sent nt.Star] Latest Model of Planei Mich. for three weeks. I Sentinel-Star For at no extra cost. Steam House Washing Co- -
Ad-assistance 4161.
na. and IMP *tB rrwdt at VrroDflrtatn Freck of the Beachside a surgi- I, ST. CLOUD-Mr. and Mrs. Earl 'I Mr. and Mrs. Breese Provost phone 2-3625 (tCeaIiwd Sp.i .
[Sper a! to The S"nday Snt "J S orl!
...... cal patient.tori. t Ashton of Middletown. Ind. and i, and daugther are vacationing in -
_ _ _ _ NFORD-From the national -- -- -' -
-- f Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Ashton were Chicago m. and Columbus Ohio 1
,, guests last week of C. E. Huffman.Mrs. soaring meet at Wichita Falls, for a few weeks. and small daughter left this week RokJedle Presbyterian Church. Va.

C.c.a Jimmy Ergle, June Gettings Mariam Small. Miss Ruby Tex.. come word that Mickey ,, Miss Beverly Dobson. of Ar- for Lebano N. J. where they have D. E. O. Sutherland mer.fo U. .. .

NiJtt'fr Mrs. LeRue Dixon Jr.. Sally Small and Harry Dunn are back Browning. Seminole High School tests is visiting of will conduct
( relatives taken
,. I. apd a cottage for the Summer.Mr. i I Mr Mrs
and Carl Geiger. Mrs. i this
Chandler from Pennsylvania. graduate year has negotiated in Tampa for services a.
nroA.-TW anntnl assembly D C. Rusa and Mrs. Henry Mor- Mr. and Mrs. Charley Sieverts I with the manufacturers for delivery -i, Mrs. L. M. Dewey.two of weeks.Merritt and Mrs. Wilbur Kimrey. Mrs. May of man o 0. .

..e i-....... K.**** at *** BouHirrn rom are expected' to attend the have returned from Long Island.. I of the latest model Schwitj -I I Island returned of. Cocoa, are vacationing in Atlanta Merritt Harri Courtenay. bor. f .
BeIa5. >*M*.iiMt .. to* held at latter part of the session. The sixdrlf'tfatH Miss. Patsy Ann Davis is home zer soaring plane not later than j.! New York City where Wednesday she had been Ga. and Montgomery Ala, Ind., for vacationing two weeks inj I' return Fall .& . _

..de*..**.. M C tb. tarUr part will leave here July 23. after attending the Sarasota I Sept. 1.From. for the .
.f .I.- and flrot of Aw.... wHIkw While attending the regular conference I Ringling Brothers Art School Jar I the accounts of the competition relatives.past two months visiting visiting friends and relatve. ; Mrs. Charles Beensen of Court : I.U.r ijtOrtHww

atHl I'. .. etral... .* U>* sessions and participating the past term. in the national meet. Miss ', Mr. The Rev. and Mr C. enay is resting well in Rochester, .. I.

"'a''' B."Mst. ....... hrreFrprraUnc. tn phase cf assembly life pertinent I Mrs. Mary Grubbs of Tampa has Browning Is the youngest soaring Merritt and Mrs. H. J. Bishop of : Sellers of Rockledge are taking :, N. Y. following her recent operation week of her I.g
sH.nBt. to thetr particular type of been the of Mrs.J.M. Island are on a five-weeks i iI a six weeks vacation and will at the Mayo Clinic there She .. "..
ml.' I guest Rhine. pilot In the country,and is giving automobile I aba via
.. Tr*iaIH ... I>n&rw nt.Mr I church work the croup will be I Mrs. E. L. Denlinger is ImprovIng -I a good account of herself among i i I I Western trip to California and J 1 visit hi Staunton. Va. home of P.V.. Miller of Cocoa, who I! a etompsD30d .....
1 scenic spots. Mrs. Sellers for part of that vacation has been I .. .
tfda Orifrr Idirtc registered at Florida Cove. I after serious I I in South
.,. *. 0. a illness. soaring pilots. I I Mr. and Mrs. Marston T. Miller I Rev. Sellers i pastor o Carolina, 1 vacationg i Blacksburg. .Uo Pb to >..on a M.-w f't.rv.fw .

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.tr.u.r. ZIECTRIC MEAT SUCER.Stelner- I;I,I INLAID: LINOLEUM-Installed on WEEtI BARROWS-AII meal will RIDING OR WORK HORSE with er' Small furnIshed eat- I
3. anodel: commercial type excellent floors and sink tops Cal Avdoyki. PIANO H..rt studio: os new 2-4326. nbr Urr. H. H. Parlsb Hardware. au.Iy. &afain. Immediate poeaeaaM. M*> I = Mann

. . .. taaer aM condition; also wathiog. mirhios. P1.i333. ,, 25UJ a.d.e.ater Dr. Ph. 2-1215_ 220 8. Or.n.e A. Phone : .lhI04'1 W. Washiniton.SPOANS : snoniibl t.c. partlea. P. 0 Box .15. JULY..

ana* eaiarea daea4 _ __ _ '-1541. .. Fla. - --- I I.it.
. ICE BOX- Progress, like new paid PLYWOOD BOAT with trailer to haulit StILL nLRVlC2-We ..l.oh.uI t. _ _
I. br..drt $7 RANOE. Waitn.bou... 873. tab 835. Sea tt 712 HlllcrestAve. : WATER COOLERS and 10 gallon -
E ECRIC some lumber cement block andbrick. rows Phone Park $2l C"OSK sad
"a. .. water kr end rootrr. H H Par- I-Ler. corner reoaa w..Ip
: iaMer4 : siao. asteraLICTROLUXRefrlaerator. -
_ _ See at 406 e .* .
10 _.!! b h "u early.Summer
.. _. rinh 220 S. Oranie. Phone SWEET curedfor Fa. ..
a*. Md- 1C : CHEAM BOX-S-hole. H..d.a. PTATOS.rop rater 332 South S. KOVK safari. I _
.' Electric n.r I PRESSURE CKER "Preato". 2-184. fed. pr 10.11. You - J5 J I peraiaaeaihiMreaijar 'codssso f> .5-0

a- 5.tw... 2-8342 ness Equip..qulpP. 10.. F. .s I "N..o. and ''Un- Vi AEHINQ MACHINE. S7i: apartmentganranse I II furnish container . FIRNWOOD AVE.. 120-rTnJibed3bedroom spa pw ** i 8PII I
310 I iversalKnox Stores Co.. 25 X. fertiliser Co. Ph. B188 Monday. '
5454. *8: vanity $4: For
_ _ _ _ _ lacb bG. laof mats Oat aPT 50 seNtt
Pin- Phone 2-3163 I IFLASTER -
.. -. Porch 15 161$ call
Aft'taAoIIlP-"H.t. ELECTRIC ftl iwint. _Z-30.___ __ fee a**
FANS. 4 KITCHEN WARE-I and 2 burner NICE. GENTLE Saddle hnrae "111 aajMata a******** gaa*
I Iiioi ...,. _.'If.1 *24 95: 2 ..U. water pdet.1 b. portable ovens: tilh drainers: pressure -Overstocked. Reduced to VTAIER SY3TrM -CeTipli"* t"ckMarhinfrr saddie and brldie. An, Isdy HAVE YOU In Dane asau as PisMi twaaai* I* am I

,- b.tLS ..r 6.t4 M: I .10. lug : cookers, ..m.1 and aluminum 90e per ba.. AII new and usedlimber for firm 0' hom. Farm di HOI. rae Sa.gg n J. T RIce! Ph 170 Ohio "FIED in Orla 4aw >' tatrtrt COIl l Mr .. it *

c. l r- .. .:c k.i 8tena an *V.JCcntralHardware.jh. 2.1."RIOIDf.1 . percolators. Convenient parking _114 ,E._ .'e_Ate._ : Co 430 W 'Rblnan An .. out Winter Ogrden Rd. h...1 6-rooti. .moderai koawe -8 a* axaaMBaa '" I

I- 7 ft. Also Mertlsnd ws- '1ce. .1"7 I fron. door. WUSOD PIANOS-Winter Newm M.T1AN IUSD- Cuatom buIlt complete' f.ml.h. .rl' tai. 0.00 s.ca-c 4SfSeied
.,_ .1 Saaaara 'I.w .. 'boat Inquire. 1411 Nlcuport3t Had... 311 a. Orans. .hota* 4 852.1 COlp.n with bench Special tg ft F1r.-. 4?. Pet Fiat ail Supplies$ ]I"- ,.d coo e"h'I. C'8II.I1faaur

Hi maaa) 7 to CBIIM; after 4 p m._ ,, Bo.m Trod. Pb. 2-2187. _ _ Terms If .olnc.Joseph 734 dPllvrrr. Radbl Venetian Blinds Co ..'h someone Uvlne im Davtoai For 04lSS-l& r..

4 MT lr>a ail 1-H44 FLOOR LAMPS 3-way Indirect ,, UWN'"ODE SUPPLIES I I N. M.nolia deied.A... B.U. 131 Dr.; phone 2-4167. BOSTON PUPPY Male. 8 week. further tel.11 615 Lake n Cirri n-tO *am .090 WI .

"Wl Yrr...* 814 95. Orlando Furniture Co 141 I!' mower bOl. ..prmklr.c.mpl.te 2-29. WALL BOARDS For many uses: P.n. Sacrifice. Or. at 441', N. 22iOtNOUZV._ l. I
i.** 1414 Mu t line of tol. I!Iiarnrn PLYWODWIUD.lf fir available i plain and waterproof. Mahogany HugheyStreet.COCKER_ .
: *n 615 W. Church St. 1 I 2 ,. *
9 :. A. C Hardware Co.. 22 _._Grn. I. 5 x 14 and Rttrlnc P.D.! Mills pad Nebraiks -.1 mat forA-KC. b.d.O.. 1.U. .IPr. 1- .
Enlll. N'ar
FELT P1008-27.52. hoed ease s90am w
Special. 81. Orlando e-
3 16.
x Pine Castle
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..et'A.. '_ lADDERS-Step, straight and Coutr..c WHEEL Must sell. 1101 .
extension I Ave
.... oil P4x r Furniture Co.. 141 and 615W.Churcn ''on Co ch*'ne 2-2."5. BARROWS-Several t.p. der' ?'"" lockhartOSLO N' .she eons SotiodIc I
r-aa' Wiaur Park Street. Smyth Lumber Co.. N. Or- Also hand carti with WinjejrPrCOLLI2 Call 4-Ml
a .- ante andRallrod.LUMBER_ PIANOKimhelitldlo0prigl5t.OsparIp wheel KT-OX Stores Co 25 E. ierev.i vTA-"ouM for rent ceo'onab -

.,, I raraxa A.I' .i.-1 Jl/RMITURt laws occasIonal Studio couch. 3plece floor -Dry-fr.mn.rlnc: : 7783. new. Low moe.. .style.Btwecn9snd . Phone 2-3163" __ _P.e lered -ped TrlolOr.m. ..a.:. .r .. .r.. Awly t NOVSxt oofllsoni a* a*>' -tl U -

r.'r Caa b* a a" lamp. Make" offer 865 "h.l.Street siding: oD. w"ujIlfo MACHIE-EI.tr- tnt;_$100. 401 H.aei.COCKER \ E.oman.Cloyita.PLYMOUTH
amain. Fla.JaaaMi -811 Lumoer Co.. N. Orange and Railroad.LUMBER PIANO upright: In good c idit, .mp. .la.r."le.e > female DrLLS--S rooraa .I"ItOUIik
o..tft. ; *:- iio I I .
.iu CAMJlrt1l-Lan.- A. niR"IRE6PECuiplee Cypress Inlhid-l' rUlr..ble. Please phone tanki. Worth i.ooo 5. Also 2 back.PPPI.Pare. Reasonable hot water: laree screen _01 Io90a Pa tta.

Baaiai ...... dry 1x3 2K .nnlno for appointment. laces veil, pump 2.- I.h.0 per ".
fga 102 for 1x2. : : .10 .h.lo. .1ftrlr. 1940 Miller Winter Pan.b mn.t. eon on coON c.
refrigerator good 10 .
S .. .. slip roverln Blonde easy cb.1 bee ft Rough are1 .. .. RERIERATOaE.rrolu. Apart 000 .. 110. O. B. Wad. Win- .tw.en Clay and Pormo.*. b'n. irmouth Vaa IT* .*.
dermerp J
fHM T*e> Maple Cash terms. rlprr.. 1x3: : 1x5. 13. 1000 at 1207 DOGS BOARDFD srlnped.. rlloped TTARITM DUTRICT >.i
< axianters porch glider. or HOU8M-4 or *- M> r'
l>4) %4 6B> fatrta* Bawl Jrnfciavi Furniture Exchange 229 bur ft. Little Tree Co. PI Winter Edward 8t.RFIGhUine. wm: BALAcCER =Rt..rtWane and hath-d. Rub'Small Animal n ct'efupI'hrtf .l' sd I.AbaiIs .

**> at. A M Otae.eMa e.t.'_2.3793._ Pa" 598.LUMBER2. "roil. roofing A fast bater Hoep.tal. IfOO N. Oranze. 434S. fi- working couple. Phone W =t 0
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X4?: 2XIX I. and use our .II" lark. Black DID: rJO'l -
FLArfC GUNS-Burn your weeds the DOG FOOD. 5 ar.d i-ccl. oo- IW8 ,- .
Decker vol grinder.
vesea t wheel
K.lb1. "November
lfas-PT S5O per M. Plnecastl Lumber tiHardware monthly payment plan. Smith Lum- I II flOt7tOath
ot Per-
easy way with Smith Flame Gun i alUner. weeiee board wheel .: ; remedies "PpU'" Orlando es
N. and .
Co. Phone 5754. Railroad. Cmwnp'etelT S1OO anoatto
a Law lie b. Or.al 1..1. farnlled
> coat Ul5. Knox Store Co. 25 E. P1eI tilth pressure steam rleaner. Store. Dial .5. --c

S sIPI.it. $.s. 1323 I P.I. J-3U3._ LAWN MOWRmlru.-.ered. \, RUG.a.. reversible wool 8' x 6". I rel of elean'n compound. On.100 W FOX AND DEER HOUNDS Walker 308 Boy Run _ !
4444 day bed. -
I v".VITURE Complete furnlhlnxsev p.thmder. : box spring W.hln"lo. 8t.WODR ._ and Trlts 1525 o.o" RtGREAT"D pi-. .
A W Ph. 820 Box 210 S-Star 47. Rooms for Rent
Dwarr" S.t.-S. for linen. .,,. j
ent and oil for 5 77:2. E with hot water reser. ANT >rml-r 3"erm"old. .4ISo0v.$50
a. tearawat*. lol Weal hou 722 LUMBER-All kinds of dimensions RU15S-4 f zirzzY with sl'de end
room e
ito Ctr. _ : nrtn: Kem-Troe AKC $1") cash and puppy .h-, ANDERSON ST 8O1 suit 1. esech 91501905
r-ajonable Also slab and edcinx.fine Hurr only 1 dos left 513 Vlr- to
Paint.! EconnniT Furniture Co. 332 .aaau aad l--ar 4BW444aa
breo 180 N Or. n room B-autyreM Lane
-S. IM -t Baaeaa 4 Kai USED-1 walnut chiff- for fence h'.cken! coop b.r1 ::1n Dr. West Cnnrth St. rl.I' te bath .b.en'raa > with _iaa 'o aa* 4
and (1500 M. 1401 t __ HOUND PUPS S w. k< old From
. aM awrt He. Ax 'o. .2 50: dreuer. 89 95; 5-piece W. Dlr"n. ROYNGRprof or paint and bl oil best night' hurter.$10 erch. Larrv !...me rates attra.-tiv private bkrauaa auftVavav t .taaefavo >
4M** IBIBBM .*L 04111mr1.4II ,, .k S?'SO: allder. 810: 6- tI.ltonLU.Bi monthly paymentplan. I WAnRHAnRd: outboard ie50C soha90rcS 55.
tl. W.n.e'
150 Msrnoha Are.. tr.
| w aaa>*4 C M ..d_. .. kitchen Smyth i Cub. a
5* Lumber Co.. N. Orangeand aWginaai' It-
; 112.5 c.bla.t Od--io.-.oIU' motor. 1801 Karolma. block norm l3lB-R i AGNES ST Cr.
Perl .
SI *'. prie. R.llroad'RADoPrt.bl. I Fairbanks CI.y.XO"'SA 221-1",1 Writ Mr PuBHaaa On-
._ ,. 0. SETTERS-Pup* S weekt old. i semi-prIvate .th. hr water. .
.. CwU>f ataarard aawa used bedroom lr i *.
aaxk Emerson for .
.o ; Dhon. .
bus line.CI
.1. sizes rclstered. Sfed by che-nnion i iKnlihlscroft sear _
-see our IAWNMOWZ1S-HIh bat' \ "SAf
1.n. rom l electric WAirfii '
ask <* xwaajawjaaj Masat oTIri"!! iarse ..IDI ..ber of Orlando, 66 .. rlbbr' tires qU.li'berln. and 2th Street. radio. 1037 I I 5-4 ; Stale. 83.73 to ri2li : Bn. Barn-Mis,( tederat O"Z'N-Corner '01. tw" bMta.ho 90 11-0550.4 mr -. Cs.s.50eeS .
r Pr. StraIn W D Tyndail. ZfphyrMlls. .
l. n:7"r"s. 3 water: 'cl.hon. aimale -
C..rcbra'rUREN. uP. Knox Bor. Co.. 23 E. Floe.Pilone .nd-.Con.ole I 8' uawti BB *, *
RDrsOlr Fla North o' C..t.T. '6. dcTtble! 43 Call 74 a-3163.
C6"-P_ ..t..r. &Iua model. Also por- 0 020 *:sPt (5. 50.5 OaHM I

A' ....'.r .. and used. LI M But Everytnln' in building tbe, Bumby Hardware. 102 W POINTER PUP. liver and whl.e.: S > xaxaVT aaawv 50 a*** .h.
10 to 25 months old Ph 47f>ft anytimeSunday ClosE Private ball Seat
per renton
NJ lumber and wood. Colonial Lumber. Church WELDING SUPPLIES I01 girl 50 re* sxaaxa Iaitreesive

CajBft -I aawawr AIM 1wware Co. our 625 W.purchase. St.Bau Phone Furniture S820.PCRMTURE ChrneyHuniloap_ Pi.1Hl RADIO-Record pine With- PEKINGESE'puppiraT after 10m &ee: J.- ,... RUID.bl.. U.. a*" a**" I* 5,.

M H V.rvtoP1 Ch..Ih LUMBER-Good grade rough pine. malic changer. 6 tube lift top 200 Amp portable weldIng outfit* pure white 8aV7 Two .0S *> Bay* len a
*... r Oeaa. Ave Paaa* raiding and sheeting. At reduced I combination. Cabinet model. 850. Complete welding stock also red Mrs J. W. cnnDel. 640 CLOSE IN-433 S. Rosalind Ave c- Sara a* cii" ** *
''MlVeT prIce.NeoWa lie Irvin Phone! .uopl. Valentine St. : ner room twin beds. $5 00. '
2-1147. Dl'tnbutor of
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WAAI2 I* 4 cmw )- LOCK SETS Hlnze*. hasps padlocks RI7LE--Sprisigfh-ltf .22 Hornet chIrps! and rods. Williams Sup- PSTRE7fEIMFS.-Cboke chain tol COLONIAL DR-10ioAr TMraH*M tm aVM 05
._-, *** &>I 4 ra. II H bdroom suite. 869 50 ate buld.r hardware of all by Sed-ely of Philadelphia with pllrit Sit N P- ch St.. DartonaBeach. bra leads cat rol'ers.' h-ra'5. street boos C.. Ib. aau Aa* tee Mw taaiasi- *.. -
'. >.* atarawae* Ja. OraaacrW 'u table 822 SO: studIo couches: kind Lumbr Co.. N. Orange 'inrhe".r 5-A t.I'.r.O.I 'man 48-J Fla. Ph. 2220. .,. dishes. comb and nm "e Ircnt roo.n.. hot water reaxntaMeCiX aaer nreALIaMONrt I' a r.
... and R .d. Brownie's Kennel hop. 801 Mag .
>an cap rsctiv-r .
MB4IH 844 50. coil springs 810; Innersprint : lulc. detachable o -IN Deuab root .Sear .'"1'.r..T.T .gpira.
r P Baa**. tltcvr $23.IVs.dl2pl.ee. sling and mraunltlon. Sale or aol. Grills: and t-o-pjig. Apply tedap '. .. Pram 50 v- .
.si : .004041k 0041i OtIS .atuu LWNOWE-.sUa.-P- trade for automatic 12 ..u. shot- COME TO MIL and Nebraska TOPICA: -Largest *-Jeeloii at 39 fIt Am.U.CISS.L ._ Dial I. w J.Jill
ran or 30 08 rifle. Any lor your building and area. Shipment of 500
- t_ Stp I. im ( bedroom suite. 849 50: O..t. eventne R Y -
I TiskICA UGH-PLNT-Lkl new. 2500 watt. II 8. Lawson Blvd. financing advice. Mills and Nebraska. JUJt received. Aquariums pump auoPlies. A..I. L.
1.11 beds. 86: studio r.urh. 839 50: Rice. Goldenrod Amenca Plan Hol. ntl, 3' M.90lI .
ii . dl'.n 810: roil lorln. 85: break- Road. 2 miles south of Cheney RUGS-54- throw rugs: G. E. flat FOR LSTHA T-hatu . Harry Coster 138. RidgewoodDr. *. I 1._. \I'
a..., Hardware room ... 815; bdl. Highway.LAVN piai Ironer: curtains and drapes. . off Lawrence Ave Winter Pak fait. 9174-W.
rt Hi W. Princeton large tanks. large .-, '
SETS RusFic .nlll. o. air con- 'N u C"nth"oO..I.." -. D2LANEY ST.. ll1 SIn DmibIr r-
WhitmIre Furniture Co.. W. cypress: be'ter '. riltlonine fans. A.m. hut*. gsrairedoor W Mlrhlun .50t3-
4 a*! I. I tart 104.. 30 made; $8 50 ."rl.al 2 Ihlrs 1 Rnio'- mersoi. .. iiirt9S-t sheet metal building and Berdlnl 22 private home oj bus line. lea-
Cltnb 899 95. m.nY sonabie KUchen pru.le.es ata el
Mop iho 04 4. Turner's. Oranse Ave.. items: cheap. Call after 5 p .
nocrsrh short A.eU. M *o 50 aaaaaaww omes51e. i4s
were. 21
Winter Parkphone676W.LIVING : combln.tona FORMOSA ST.. 270 Fura hed 2
3701 -
8. Orange Blossom Ph ..
-- tube. AM T.1 Poultry and Snnrtlix, 550 .
cij twMrM--Maar > Spel.1 prtr. Re- bed seeping porch. '12. Cwo U
i' band ROOM SUXTETa"piece. $35. j
ord 2-240 .
= FAN-24 inch High Stand and ion **v*stw i.
*xM a* *****. Ma aM Knox Em.rn 2520 Dad St. rb.n.t. t.bl .. ". Sanitarium. Modern._ I I IGORE' .
fa.. Perfect 401 WCorh I mo.la R.btna. I.. Co., 531 N. UNREDEEMED DIAMONDS. Watches BABY CHICKS Tuxedo Feed Store aeaab a aawat aaaas a -
CIa at a riM.* 8-Jiaj: SIFIOWFR _ _ LIVING ROM SUITE maple: 6303. i and jewelry. Real values. Herman's ,,, U. S. .ppronl Pulloriuio I...t. AVL 1 E.-Attractive j caawwar1 aaaaa fa* peA

'=! = n'I.t'T : ;- fIo.er-po'! new. Alo and chair: Ik.. I Loan office. 2 W. Church. 906 W. "1 or Convenient location Summer rate twa aaaa 444 8B4 BBBaw) .
.. PT-CI. KtrhenprtvUeges. Ph *M. modsam
la several sixes C.U Park 8-8493 i IC7 for : :S. Pulioruiu tett- ( 1a04555
pl.11 ir'iG'ATORS tral.i. 8ABI ChlCK
: Wt0 .er.. c- '? and up KnoT Store Co. 25 E. LUMBER buildlnx! material and i 825: or luiu.e oe- nlfUTlaY II j.. 30 N-One lane ale a- Sn- -.:_ Pees. I

2-114J P.Phone 2-318 __ ____ hJibw. .re: new low price Pine S31.SO factory direct; to you Durner Ut..d.. and poultry s ones tnn ... For gU.nes aaaai oe 510 15150 ow'shoo
>aMBsaaaV 4ja a** braaroc. CtLbr. Hdw. Co.. phone 5754LW RADIO SAl 8- 1 and Taylor. 939 N. Clova Ave. Ph. Otlando_X-Ctl ocore. dual I 2'tt. ", ".D aol .

I'**4S aaaae ., .. VMB. 77t or 493.J.Deland. Fla. CH1CKEN ., JACK3ON ST -BiusI.. r 1.90. terms
and N. f
=0 *."* **?* .. 8tMirarlOP FURNITURE FOR SALE Electric MOWERS"1. parts.proven Bum We have a "qmbe of used radio te UIUl TRAILER. 4x6*, ft.: er, and HOUSIIlc..llor.. AI" 'o- con iant hot : .. 85 sets. 0'C Can **>r ) a.Sia.L

1" S c.s . ,.I1U. Ironer. 835: bed. d.vnPrt 83.5: by Hardware. 102 W. Church. .N Each ear- I cpre heart lawn P.ta: saw: .s ens. Ph. 2-7912: Owner leaving, must log young man preferred 48->. 10 t5leg.Ool. .

BM AWKMaV- Mudiar acod aaed bed sheets. PIO"L SI: MOVIES-for the-home. N.wsParide. r 10 day 1..a.I.. Priced from garden tools. 1819_ . ieU.LAYLVO. LAKEFRONT 2O3 Lucerne Ctralo. .

.00.0 004 ..1. i_... be'PRad 81.30; office de.. S3S: -. SIS t BARGAIN PRICES. good quality HENS. :23-and 2 'cockerel's. front room. scou-prKal it I SAe.
aaviua*. 1414 Ml ter Av*. .r. ... auite. 895: 2pieceveratuffed Bowstead''evnt..r.Cam.ra .r..1 "omlr.N. Stores 143 N Orange Ave. ; She.trnk. window sash and frame; :l Will sell for ': Bryan. 1 mil :. :g weekly _ I I .

404 P0,0 llvina room ..It.. 849 50: Oraneecall_ .0.1' oak. flat office desk and chain ;, south o< Cheney Highway on Goluen- LAKE EOLA-Air -conditioned eefSM |
bock rse. 814 95: youth bed. com 2-151. Pbol. 510 I strong rattan porch swing lawn Rd.
000. Sr.s '7" room. Laundry and breakfast atvi'eees -
i'R r. 821 _. aae Her- machine.pete. 814 815 U: : .o lb.electric Procress washing ice Can SLICER be seen-Am.rl.rN; $25. i I mcwer Trunk: new Enallsh'ridlnc L yno HENS ANDPUL .U ; ?08 .C.. Robinson Av AVAUMattarhaa .V. .
bnoa; and breeches medium : '
Mtar. Tt w Cbartaerrated sine
a be.. 845: 6O" lenxth ionbl drainbeardS Weekdays.MEATCAEE.10. rifle. Spot Stance mmuniion.taCt $3 w. An- MILLS ST.. 1000 8 -Yow will Hk. er4S 5090 I'M.

-A,_ eatda all porcelain ( fit ft.. freezer at 1 etc.: tennIs racquet Mr. Charles sue__ this attractive room with 111 leer I- ..
P' . SOd tfrl** CoIM .. .. 85: laura nae. 815: b'htub i torn. Sb95. Will trade lor good.t ROOF COATRvG- wwawa Ma *awwawy Oa WjtaatI SU spar-tm. talresasstove. or pickup. 439 North Garland. lease Ills per 6 o bb..I. New closet t'OO,... and qulel Semi-a -' the . H.ma
aJlDajt ,..TBO, KSIM "" :r," d.y b-I ".pl.t. 839 V) Sewell4 MASTLR N can At Gllddenp. 1 5 .a in shire. Whie L.borl P..i.t vate bath. On bus line. Suit*ale far > cacaO M BlartiAVaXOaT % 0am
by Dutch 151
Pennsylvania 414 B.
Ta 72 W. PineSI. -I "Armtronl. style. WIdth rouple or individual Only ... Cal I I2or
*e>oa a otflca. 17 W n r.4 hmltur Co. table Eumby 102 RADIO-RCA console. Excel'.ent Ave unt -
u'.iL e._ .. phic 4070. W. ChurhUO'ORS Had..e. W.I.ut. Lake Miler .... : R&b CH138ulial.. Imme- n.' : BL. ea' '

'. .m 'M" t'fll... ... "' "" Fo-moa .D"IUon. 7. CUSTOM BUILT .trailer tarpaulin t floor pre. all *lar nflaa > aNoiss !.

. toSSa 11 It Paf040'S Good "Airborne.22 RUO-PAD !x 12. S45. 8"Rln. tike fire. mid. and rot proof O' The Wooos C.iiei.Co.. ta mi. etc bath. taraie toot water few **. brsH .
Corner 27th andAlmoHolden
.. J ... h..a. FANS-Free C.monarauo. in poor caliber automatic COnditon AI. For 820. Phone .d.ob Heights.. Net-muftoattland. HI.b".._.; .. irilla79ia_ i*** *a>l 4JB4 -

5oa04 t0 000 1200 Kalap awa home .Ine. .,'...t fan mosa. Pn. 2-8701.rUl. 2. 'rDt. 2-724. __ 4 N. Barredftoeka. White ROOM with'I..ID bed*. 84 each also .. .
Free estimate fans. conpletely RADIOS-Buy of the Season! An Admiral COME TO TTTB STORE"next' to Port H.RiDB. Rock and Sock light housekeeping ... IV Aeavnlson .

. '. ..I.d. Modern Appl.De. MOTOR SCOTR C..sb'l 1945. ..dID 20% off while they Office. Maltland. for most everything ehlrku. Your choice. R Dr. Ph 9353 -
.. per u1
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1.. ".: model Be.toa Urd.S last. Tske your choice. Orlando Sales new and used. Chin, clocks 10. -
bOO i-kilts. 'M' All 2251.FR Heavy. assorted $7 95 per ROSALIND AVE N- Lake :...
1 :. .t Vln.land Rd. Service. 608 N. Orange; 2-0959. linen. *ilverw re. jewelry curios 10. Coke -
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. Wood COVERING Inlaid and cell 67 00 per 1OO. lovely room with acreeoed !. poreS 1
: =:-raoeOr:. Ws$2ls- Inol.u. "tb.-lk. run- MiCKOSCOPi-Spencer 44. Medicalor SOFA-Duncan Phyfe like new bed antique electric and auto sup- ,10. Chick sent C.O D. .11 .r.Lnndr end phone phivllee
l..Irn.I' . . P. lieand Oldd.n' laboratory. Complete with c.. Simmons complete with mattress; pile* baby.t"rarl".a mU'lrl t"1LTOpn. but.!. N. H. Id' *010Pre. ._.
I&J. JAilF rnoTEL .
atrnments. ST -routh and Rno
and 3 oculars. 16. four and 1.8 dining room table Call 320 Hillman
MfeaT Kan-aaiU ooest-end aiapl FENCE POSTS-7 ,e to 3:1D lol POULTRY 8UPPE' Walerer bed Summrr rates !".Ie.
mm toi. Suitable for all immersion St. Corner Rld..O 1.nber 2.4'a: 2d: 50oe150 .
aaM aaai aasr Mtt leather pod butt: 815 b..drd. to ,. feeders. .r'm.nt. Poultryremedies. "-ek qp: donMer can t'a3
; 825 hundred. Can Winter Park so M.lh.ni.1 stste included. 82OO wooden made any 707 30th Stn.t 90. 3
I .
isa.oo i tn Mala* Grans llla. but SrN- fRS Bumby Hardware. 102 W
value For call WINTER PARK'Nicely fsreied ..
59 LIttle Tree Co. n.mID.to. 1240 N. Orlando Church. Slam raraaa_ *. 18)1aa
Ma*% CAH- ,. loots (isnl or phone. 109 TroPI St .. nesr underpass. 868 J. Winter Park. Zt. Articles Wanted room In private home for rewpo at $50 *Mafr
** .. 5. us 6tM. 6M ...Ia. bJa Fl*. _ RHODE ISLAND RdDS-60 laying or business woman. 1421 Mixed A'e
.. *M aa soIS 4ja O.r..._ SEPTIC- -State approved. 6OO hens. 82 each. Also 10 rabbits.722Citru . Winter Park.
BICYCLE-GIrls 20 Inch
FLAT MOULDINGS-Foil line wood- ,. tank : good Nell leon
RIM STEEL Sinks eel See our on Ave. .
-11 P.11 s m-tal m.ulo.n. All pattern 17.h St rp.et! block 0 caste Blos- condition. 812 Colonial Dr FRIVATE-I' ( -- Master w. 113 N :.

? W.aai.'t.. St. Make U.2. and laz24 flat nl steel .It. Smyth : N. Or&n e and ..Trrl.l Ph. g-' of or 9922. phone_4698 SED-P03TCAR "free circular facine. I.... Quiet cool and hise
50,0e. Railroad CITRUS ... iro-blnod- I'ke AI5O rarste room 01 ,laLOeav
electric t.be: heaters
-0iMs... 5.sutfsl ptMe. AU 2,"a4 fls1ur. and roughing top onband. MTRSS. double bed felt mat- SIP. .?:-Klrh.-as. car. tNr-W.\NrSil.-- tes'ed chick Blue Rtbooo! Hatchery.Dcpv tlemn preferred Phone S7JMCE

ali 15.
.. Mar000ro. na Oe.4 W .hle polisher sizers. etc Suitable for express Atbl.nt. Ga.d3Apartments COOL .
Libby "re.man 71 tr.s: 12. 7b N pr upsulrs. Co .. 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-3163. ROOMS. 87 week We M1f.
St.r _
nbi : buoln.s. Quote lowest price. have private bearh. rMM Mewe . "t.
It MOTORBIKEopletel.tU.d STAMP MACHINES' New. Individually -. G. H. Williams. R F.D. 1. Hawthorne.Fla. for Kent .
cafld s bed *ad :! and orange iulre free for poor g>et - '.

_. 0u04.5 t4TPau I'i from a large .1.Uo. of )iatlsn.llyadvertised or 9-Star.In a group. ReasonableWrite .N t -Gmall for HOI Went Washington 3-am--fl- r:'
claMewary APARTM4N two
=f1_ n4 FANS--12-Inch wrlllalinc. .n.o.I''' blcnl. Easy payment 21 DIAMONDS watch.. Jewel aid tomste.eiy u.n-ages. ..d..lt CLEAN.: 'COOL. MODwvtN sad osail ? .055551..Tm' ,
814 95. Other 1 1 up Pair Store. easy term Just think! 6 miles for I! Hlchea cash M. MSecal. mono no. WInner aaei.APAII 1. Aa- L... room In prtvat late frog M.
MKO. laate*. aaredeeia.waa. 14 W Church.rluoRcz7n. only a penny. Wluzz-r Motor Sale 32 W. Cninch.I horn: tile bath and shower private 50.0l li 'f .
STEAM CLSANF"*-Kerrick. Ha lust c,>,i-i .mulshed. 2 ia>iai It4 I IaaB 8
.4 SIP0 Akn LadteaOraira. FIXTURES lite. I i boa N. Oronie Are. 2-4687. WILL BOY. remove or saw your r. be ch r"* lawn. SrI ecc.r r. .. -waaawaT .
8IOO .. watt each MAIL BOXES Rural. been I"orchI r-.ndioned* Holler pine tree Call King Building ..ndLumb.r tory ao... V>.a.e O-.u.u. anC "t n' '40a. Siam awl N
nP City Baft
1..1.3 8D1.1 3.15 1.25.1. Chevrolet Co- 115 W. Central. W*.mngu>n carP .><>.,*. --n. 7l.4. r re ctra ISO S lwoee Bar
I r.t. '" Jewelry Xxcbaast.OM '. aor. 10 W. Church. :i: Vie up. Smyth Lumbe Or- Ave. Company; telephone 7267. BATH AD.' rrS-U1o; tmaB alev4n a aai i. iv* r 905 k.
hall table. ante and . I I, LOGS delivered to mill. will also buy APT. furnished; 'ea I.U.01' room. rbom Onod neithhornnad O sidownl
rRJUrRzbo. timber. LAN Lumber Co.. formerlyG&ble. t.eb.u bath; utilities supplieo wau Only 84 week. 4, --
arpe aaaortxaeat of I i i chain sec- OVENS for stove Stock Include Weai Winder uaroen Ro. per 1
.. Baa>ay HardBar. 101 1retry' p'I 41 Hollenback Drive.OASOiINZMOTOR5S I on. and 01 b..me type BumbyHardware. Ii J..a of( Fairbanks. Can turn leit at TaftraU Club liih house Church. ..

W ,.0 :- 102 Ch..rcb. i 2-281. M .on LaRGE. COMP'RT AIIU---4windows. Il 50 "It.

aaawitJBNI POU04ti14-Ze.Hsaf.v.) R P.M. A-l 11:23 OUTBOARD h p. Johnson I' OFFICE MACHU.ES and furniture.Get r1Dt.aPAihMNC Large 'duple7v B 060Isgwa.r. ire? 55. 5.500.90.
.. aaaalar lbreaa*<*>*t. B**aby Her .0:. alter 4 .o.dlto.__ Ike MTORIO. Orlando 811KS our prices. Check with George upper .'...-'. 5.455cCE'ARUS'JO 0.150
: &a. = =
*) 19 w ClkarraM4tAi.T OUITAR-Hawaiian 1. steel. Complete Ave.. Winter Pat. Phone498-M. Plan your kltlh.a *round the D. Stuart. 13 S N.I.St.. phone 8158. laf..r.cd.. .osi4 P '4' '-. ed.t. i.spl. 5.. .

rqO aa BAWaV Ala* Parkaasawrea. with .* and Beat -.ood American sink. New desist new OLD GOLD-W pay highest prices P..U.1 Here "ne vacancy For eldertr |a. .'_ A _e 'edseeSe .

..* a.w. artna.. L..aayaM .. offer..Ph. l.trctoDL ,, OUBOARDMOToRal beauty new fe.I..rs new construction. for diamonds old cold ..tb. BLOCK rROM PT-O""ICJi.l '80'I_ I hoosmo N C c.
.I 51. iloor -- gill Sosess 0 Uses . .
..... conveniences.. slide broken jewelry teeth.
reaa 10 n.p.. Neptune 6 h D..r .ny.naf. YMCA-'U'U'I. few
M eon soeso
1 ; GRILLS- anrn door p. ZT..I.3' . Beckman .. 139 N decorated. ; W.'Sion OIlS
DI"ps I
* ntlir.lon lne.pr..a .
_ .rtUs. $2 Kao" Stores h.p. Johno. 31* h D. Ch.mo.o. 41o PI.slc .10.. .ronl.a.'Duble 'S .uau; "tenPtngl. .r 0111" SO aad ea
AAUL-.A* typeaT laVaabl C. 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-3163. h P. Ass good boat and trailer too 1 I sound ...d..d i PIANO WANTED. Grand. Will pay .1..1._/a C.4 SIN'S.LARGE .

-' : MW4 OA8- -'FLOOR E. W.'hlnltoo. sieel.la.ult.d.rounded Draer of for piece quick Cash. Tlehone 2-0562.- CE-I' lrblc-.w uieiit. 'vlihd "FRONT ROOM with He *?. = _If .: ,
9 MM. c. 344 H. Or. FNACZCol. ; t style Florence; al cor1er. PINE or' e.dcen" apar .1) aoriie mal re.. root sad comfort.
; ES-WANtEnWibu. ..
2 clannt.Wal'.r
8444Mbltan aaed .O. lt;ovJLt e-s .. ,a. el. on LIberty.UO4.Ats&a *sa aa* taaa tt **V* St
ooLa. for ab: .
> n E. Churrh
875. Will I.an. Ph. 2-0346; 513Ylrslnla ; ; msonable for J Wilrnx Inc.. 61 E. Robinson; W xVax la.e* asrax r> 4 5 ..
MIQM MnrtV-ba* arraaer, Dr. cash. Roush Ave.. Jm.JG 2 block Founded 1936. WE-BtYIiAM.- ""d.lrulb... It. Oiaw all a 11 atru. i nvOraaae
I >aa* aUT 0., at 711 OclfttewIM8JM. OAt.VMIZETh 'w ft! Cheney hl ... Brta. eli cold tar- apt.. Iare* ro... : C.ru..lnab. <8. Hotel Rooms ..
ii. Aabn. OI. "AtNTINOS-BeautIful Hoeltkc*. soon. D.I.lordO;
$1.3 and v.: lo x21 permanent. unties . L isea or
ftasM *M aaeV. m4i *t !f* K Farrlah Hod..r. 220 S. Ora'nse 1 I 815. Rest door to Art Studio. SEWING MACHINES Factory re I 24 S Orange upstairs_ ceilin '70. Write t.'ur"_* 177 8-Sta CARLYN MA"OR HOTEL -Mil i-esp 1,550 0 p ,.
t t.. __... P at W Cabinet Pho" i Maitland.OUTBOARD. 1 like new; port1 WE BUY used furniture. Call us be- \V and Msontia Ave Svminev roiea 2 rhoe. se .

f **> Pwwev ....... c-.*, A.COLw"CLUE3eft 2.141. hand. 3 *. OUTBOARD BTOR H P.: see .t 1 buUt, .nd.uu.ntd.o."le. Al Wissins; 4247. I I fore selling. Orlando Furniture Co. OOtHA-lt.Its. two mL >eloi City 8.L.m-a Spacious Private bath twin bedroom ainaie r rooaw. 055- weam Sc,

8 Iron and b.". Shotgun pistol." 100 W.s'.blnston .. SACKS-Used cotton flour sacks: 25; No.882J.Store. 61* W. Church phone .ek. D..I l rO..1 U. **. .or bt..1 s am I -

-Biji a.' SH. IJ-14: .rr t iewrler.! Call 7310. MOTOR. Neptune. 10 each. American B.k. .. 315 - WdA 410 'WnSt-3.fa._, CITY fraaM af iatoam
anlIir.s.Lncd. Beach Rental
..- B. Ceatral or BOOB* h hp. Needs aome rep.l a good South_Street. _ _ _ WE PAY hlahel cash p.lr. for old .. Adultl: only. ,1. _ uI. amMo

STOVE Phone bay fop rt.. .'0: p'on. 2-8. TIRESANDTUB'4P-2. TOOxlS D. 8 .1d diamond jewelryit DAYTONA BEACR---.Oreeecsat .,. lot n455 't a.
231. 4Pttrot.
BM Kajg end"maple GS 6 ply like 1 boys bicycle. any coadlton city Mutate a.d'Jewel HOaZy-cOJR-r- Living 5 am
OUTBOARD MOTOR-1941 new. .
"r- lit.lit Auj. 10. 550 Ok 3 5e450104souoe ; It.:1.'A
nS lei
Orange at
lark ._ .0.ft .? pad ORLNDER-One H P, 9 Phase Walter 5 H P.. and post. A good I citarette mach.ne: 1>. Inch tri ; furniahed. S11.60 prr r.ui ) Aax 10'" ... S** Id.._ Else

." saaawsisa m ..Uer,. Turner perfect condition. I.tr I oull. for man and .le. R..on.bl. Hand. John L. Do.n.,. E -o"ay."ne i. Crebs. 607 Mevcalf au .e.1 house month at A.. 815Owb I 0-. Siu1500NWT
p .-IP0.ss czoric..s nation Phone 4667. week days. 111 E. U.I.ulo. 2-3051. I Trailer Pack. Route .41. J block from bech. H. Rltterkof.. Hr I S

-. m t. aa'a.M Eaaipaieat C. GARDEN."l. -TOOLS OUBOARD'MOTORI.1 Evinrud TRACTOR. ""1.1 model A. mowing Winter Pa rk. near tinderpass._ 'UPR CURT'UO".1. a.ae Route. p >

p H Or_ Are Pbaas S454 I aorar to. Smyth L.mr F.I.rud.. 4 hr*. equipment: power take oft. R.had CASH PAmf.oO used household a a

...- $ m '_JIM sod ... oilS I Orarve and Railroad. running time Joe Culley. Ovicdo. Fla. exceuent ra-e. Paone Mr. Yelvtnxton.D . .atove electric mer .a..a. ___ 49. EusineM Rental: 1500 l'S90 t. 'Sn .
'Land 9PJ *:. and Ice V. LuC Swesid V51a J u-. -
taaaatrtal H 1ERRACa'Of
Bar aM rrrll.rt
wactrajMral heavy type for hard : .0.
..*I4".*> Pwarkfa ?ie. BapplyCw GALVANIZED tubs, gsrbate WARE-can Tub.*.In p.ll. PUMpsPlrhr.br.s cylinder force TFWRIia 2 Royal pica type; rietle-phone Wlnt. . lurnlshed IDCI..dI11 aW.n BODY AND FENDER SHOP rer real 0be06 S 50. tIirr

> 4MB W C*>wea>- paiaae alia.BaMP .uul MSC*. Knox Store Co.mot, numpa. Cohooa Machinery Co.. 138 W : excellent condition. WHSN FURNTTURE or anythln* D prl.l. bath and entrance Aoui.s Compressor and trrb far sole 14

ClVfUiaa la fU Tarpaa- E. noe. Phone a' South St Phone 740 R. 738 Mclntlrc. winter value, la for sale-C ll fir.t. 0. LAKK PRNT-i.IY.. fur N. P. .amor. IT lIce

ax* lii aa 61684) Laaiaer"a 2311.GARAlKEQUPEN*ad POWER'MOWER. i Park._ land Street Purnltare 525 N. Oar- a.hrd 5. *. 1198 cLOai.ILDocsr: *r Real Eat..* 5.w

0 aViaa** aM H*.d. .r used meh.n" Priced :ir.ondlton.d. : WARE Stainless .t.e i land: 2-2367. 3t lt __ Suit of room with tatfctt .M :,.04 fleses ton SI. 5t5.or : c

awM*. .*** far : walnatMvar I'Grte are now sale by Bryan. Robin". Knives forks spoons etc. Will '' EW-DUPX. furnished S room: shower Roper Realty; ChoreS sod ,
.1"ft f oreve r. Knox Store Co13 E. Pine. 35. Fuel Oil and Wood .: 500 monUi. aoiuikon.y. 2343JOARAGEFOff .
rakat table.nxV. . 1 mile south of Cheney Highway P PE.and fittings black sod galvanlard. .letrl H.ln 'ram :_ r1.

.:rr ZTL 045001 *aGoJoenrodRd. __ _____ A'to' valves Florida Pip Phone 2-3163. i3. 6-Star._ RENT.Appe* at k4aan I
I full la safer
W'0415PYflH.- .. '0'- GATE O-T Walnut and Supply Co..630 W. Church: TIRES-.4. 600x16. good condition. FE OIA. Have tank tank filled LltiCOLS APAA'llUMlS-18U MMMBlvo .>:ia Tavem. Minneala Fkwnaa = :

.. 4 a t 004101. I.... f415. aaahoaaa* BLE, 824 95. Orlando PUMCentrifugal pumps for grove '10. Apply at Gllddene. 228 N. A larger tank Insures your heat on coldest .. hinter rar*. I ana 2-oea- GROUND FLOOH- 8PA i." 90.39' 1.

.'**_ Tibjajisaitoaaa .. J-4flI. .3 w FwraituT .141 and 15 W. Cb..rc and farm Irrigation. Florid Pip O"DC. mornings. MrOraw Fuel Oil Service roost .p..t.nIA... jaDttor "rue. not caa hsv* larser if seeded Aeawt
.In. )ear flood
41, 40. I'- _ _ _ _ _ _ & Supply" Co.630_W._ Church: 8118. TRACTOR Farmall. Model F-30. t r I ; h.a. unip. winter 1517 II'. Orange An_ I

lrSy a-w. 1 POULTRY WIRE-.3 feet. 2 Inch a.ounted on steel .excellent con 37. Fertilizers and Soils i SWlmer r.ltal. TiiCEIIPAI or l" lee 311.t,
.. eaoker. large 3.35galahed set. '51. I I dition. Ideal for pasture work. e.r t.u
.rM" OL m sh. R. R. Parriah Hardware. 220 2-22U. PRINCETON AVE.. 622 E.-3 room rent. Excellent loratloa2O991. YlIedsam .
.raw It* 1 8. Orange Ave. Phone COLD SMOKE-Keep your garden .
>to r GAS RANGE "Grand." whit porcelam 2-184. I TILE your bath and In rustproof and lawn pest free and healthy. and bath garage 'it.; an eiect.iikltchea. -
.+rmt ar Jnew I "R-P PltTfO-Oood- < ktel tile bath: lurnjhrd. ORANGE AVZ. 423 ft FflaM Arcade. .04090a a
-* *)i-% .V. '7 finish. Standard sloe now ht house N Central Perm.tle: .11.* The safe easy we,. 508 Brookhaveb locaud. .1 only. Corner room ..... tar In- ,
..a *>_ Maeiuar c 434 *.*.abl at Bumby Hardware. 102 was 41. Hb anxe. Dial 6546 Sa.. 2323 Dr. Ul.PiiY .0nnDeat' lure sc.or p'ofuolnnl 17x14 444 4B

W. _ _'_ POWW1-LAWN ,, : MANUE. dr.d and Dul- per Minth.wrinit (--*-*. 7 btetcaUB
I'_ P 'P.H5.ks-M.' OAIOEDR- Bared 4-section MOWER bred. than newnever Poultry aA y-iOND--UALN& :B iP- I'."".. "h->ne *-''< .
.cd. TABLE
LAMP values
00.0030 t 1. c.a doors. CO' cost. U r Schmbbe 28 Interlske: at 612 r..anlSnea Eight- Farm 5927. Utilities furnished 2 aouole beds. OTIC "A7AII.APLF la nw elSie r
s 6 8" Frank Supply Company. 411 0.
phone 2-1I4H. soc Call bulldlnt. second floor Psoee
S1 ., WaMB- WaH* *, Brookhaven' On,?. Orlando Fla. ,'!. ontide paint. value* at I 819.75 now now 1.: Six value 3*. PUnt Flowers and Seeds 280.euM lorstion. PackIng In rest fl_. 'AJ D-r.

.$ .. aaam. P01*. awn*, .ketBtaeea HAIR cPPZufeNlo..I. bad P-tNT-O..75 now .h.ul. ttl Furniture 15.. 90S N.11.5. Lod' aaF".nei no lease required. Cacrlsss *. -

04 ..'. c U E. Pia*. type 75. BumbyH ..t. fVinthe'a. Paint and Ola. Co. II' A. AZALEAS cut flower artIstic table only. Shown MaaoiT.SANlTAPJuk . ..".. ph 2-4M1 __
*rd* re. 102 W. Church.GAS decortons We one aiiywhete. Jo- fjraa ,.
Son W. Church- _81.I TYPEWRITER Remington-Smith An' 'lorlt. (Formerly KItUnger'! AVi.; 2'.0i.. "TOR'32' 2e 39 8t *. .
WAttIt .
.An.-- P KXIVtS-SOe op. nrdisplay. PremIer to good : room -
I S. concUO 11. i a. C.nu.l .bJ. 1..Dbe.pa.m
* alaa .-. 1 1 Phone -2404 Mr Eeumer.
Smth Lumbr Co. See at 615 N. O.IU. CALLADIUM. HIBISCUS. ; I" .lllb.h adults
Hard 142 I 8um,1
r RANOEC.lwrl.la >Tice and i new. cherry, marigolds only; '5K(
nPJIR.otk. 1. IDI. C STOI'-W-AICTr3-
W" k
CHESTS Thermo* I 1900 William*. 1411 K. Coco.d *. COMBINATION dining room VACANT >-
the original Insulated ClS4 '
PTAB- rated. with er without SilOs _rtera. 50.Ia1
? -.i" with a** turned off. .t, Smyth Lumber I CNOIONS-Jusk received truck 1.d ins room bedroom: all suitable for art ..*. aM f

*.. l.. _a .. Al. 14 mlBBte gaa cook any 3 ordla (0. N. oa! sod R.I.o.d.pmf"S 170.v CABUr T.. door 25 to select from price .. tltel.1UI wlta. .b...322 Clrati hIgh class curio aho9. l 8 OnaaaK or =:,

." J2.atpntjfr cask jeetableg.I Exclusive el.rfrlc deeo antt shaPes .1d dor. tp. Orlando 5 t $2. Also punk tree*, orange IJ..la. i & Owatr: 15.will b< ooproper.yJTyccday. >sync 01 Za.t C<"it. A'Hrewv rtM 50 l' 50eS 'one

v _nmATowj. In-A-Top broiler rriddle and slrzlinxBlatter. wen. FuY pavipents. nothlne down F..rnltur Co. 141 .ne W. aealaper teberas daisies Ju.r P O Rnx 2027. Fct Ifyert. F7.BUINEf . .st-xtO.-
50. .' H eteetri* 10 minute does end I'ltl a. 85 iw. month Bel- Church tuberous bOn. Colonial Nursery. 1-BEDEOOU APARTMENT. BUuU .,
Th.r30..1 _ _ i
.aave .8j lat III*). 417 PnJ! 1 hour rn.ID Dajy turners.aurk. man ft Pwrto Suntly.WInter ret I5O8 8.. Colo.I.1 DnO..n4. Fia lu.ly furcubed excellent Dln. "Universal" .
WI 87 Ue
Ave for rent. Phoa ft
**. _ hot. clean; oven completelyInsulated. Ga" I mile cart ofOrl VACM-CANER Hardw .- on late Lucirne. IncaS tor couple.iO .
Bumby UTELLYuiSUlumHa. .
rt*>*t' oven ..made basket ,. VW. Orlando: phone 7087 .lb. 10J .n.cbm.lt. $ monihly Pb. "i. fojTMllon.MALL. thuS 50 n-on '
.* ,* .. Thumb latch .f"1 las bandies.Walter PUBLIC w.t Churcl. Rt. 3. Box Orlando. 3 $ A'TIRACIICE office 111 IM 90 .04,90 .5s0 .me a-
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I. oi .a .!* Maaera Ap- J. Wilcox I.e E. RobiaMU .. .ADR3-SYST:2 Airway VARNISH Utility ..pe varnish. EASTER LILIES 35D.--Blooming bulbs. -lM iIHW.m.; D heart of downtown Orlaaj4. tao.sossbte ,. . am -.
X a>a><. N Orwe founded Special 83 SO .alo. l..mb, Hard- rent Phone 94J ....
t 905 IIs.
1838IATiRSOI .uun cl..tr. 1438 W. 8mlth. 102 West . 1.00 per dozen. 100 for 15.0.Dlnre. 1420 Lucerne Icr?aceaear lo.pltatj .
; .r. WUiT-TO-LEA I-Mod era 00.51 I IcfVi
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corruxa'ed'pipe. W W. Summers
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il1 ; -Cu VENETIAN BLINDS day delivery. La. ROM iRNiiimPiu le home vlth option te bur Ca 6l*' -
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See Edxewter
Al i at 1310 Ild. _ _ _ _
Why buy cheap blinds when you A-l reference fox 218 ft-Star
Jspajaa Blrvtrlt 13 XAatoaaatt All slses.
"Nt C. .DI.. ApplianceCa.210 D-lve. _ _ _ ran get the b.s for Just a few centsmore' P RI-DEIOS8 a specialty. Cot board or kitchen .rtYu. Pb 34 e050 90 -"
. : and weddinca.Peggy R 12.SMALL. 'is.
fsOrMe Phono 4j37 Made Orlando by Charles 59. Wanted t. Kent arrwHfa
*= At. I at l802Edsewster Dr.. ph. 235.VAiTDR2 Jo's Gnee 231 M. Or... APT. close la;coaple only; = .
I &I Prartar. 2 trunk; IPLm'BIO Phone .iNiAr. -
.I iUTE.1 clrCltla' SUPPLTES practically Sew; no space tor car. .
2-111 5
steel with APT. OR HOUSE. ifsrsldea5
..',_. III ,W. Charch.BAW . Stt. Av*. : ft. Inquire IDn.. JACARAKDA t sil"rh.Lk.Be" Box 200 stle.PNISH permanent middle aged .arkia r Iam

-Walker Tr. raaaawv p 2-334 ; Toileta. k.th .i t.- IMP I HOWS-IE cueic ft.: le. I sinks Complete with *.I..na 4693. Ilde. ..A. Park. Fla.SK3UBBEKV APARTN-AI_.I.e. 10 5' .
_ A*** Draw t 1 P. f laaraaaxM I" ol. $ 25. Bendixatoxatic nine. soil ", and trim. )' WIntr tl .Ithen. 1.10 'ro.t. APAR'IMJNTOR-HO a -t bedroom' : coon poeaam ape-
elenrie late modeL Plumbtn Co.P..R. 1137 S Orlando! VENETIAN BLNDSTe b. rusts Lr.o selection to 3 adult local reside***: refer**** . L.'. 55c5 It _

i 5.0d _...w_ waalyB SIM. U...r.1.le. Ironer. used Ave. Winter Park. >Phone 498-M. DO more CDa.1 I i beautIfy ,O. ul.htl I APARTT8. furnished and .nI Must be reasonable Call 2-8713 after ees .0.Son r" am
: : Nurseries. ii PrInceton.
Orlando.Ph.9558.WASHING I oal,. 2322 LW. a.m. leads.Osea
pj I BwMav 01.. excellent condition. ..7 J. Thor _* _ I..rnlb. co"Pe *

I JC fAwB Beveral type* at wasstiaa l.cblne. late mo.1 n MCHINES.-Ironera. 1m- 'i _ _ _ _ APT-Small, convenient Meeker 8 .4 soeleame .. .
899 . 39. Livestock and ] doe- :ao.. 905am 905w. 0'504 .
W'i. aar O4Bvatby Hardware. auilu good .dlUo PACT?-"Duoonf outside *hate and mediate Delivery. Also gas and Su"ple imCCY APARTMENT-FurnUh- year old boy. Beat refereaaea
: 04 llertrlc portable rotary Ironer 1940model. l electric ranges. Chilton and WKf in*. Inl..dl"e ttlitiea '55. Follow nlshed; phone Urs. "8 '-1.". IN** 5 SilO P 9000 .
colors. Hardware.
. 828.75. Eureka vaccuni cleaner popula Church. Bum 10 N._Garland lPh.712S.i _ COW-Good young milk cow. S.e" i iPlunk' 1 rent sltns tt mail boxes opposite 8:30: to I II. i 'W -Sit. _. Ir

Oa3r'44 hp nlt .1. Bru,'.356 M. Or- _ _ I i G-MAC -.Western Elec *. H0 West C..rb Street. Shell SI.t.n Orlando Av*. I anderpas APT.-Sow or Wi Llit-M *Jaalower Sue aonooa 050
... f. prtr S3v- .n" PINO-Jmb* pltno have ent- WAH Phone 111. _ _ _ _ *. warm _._ 55004 55
.. barrel dram type with Mr. ___ tONE 2 rooms: faraubed oe pan'yo.
> Metfwtaa81JO mate for trr.
ww7 _.- J' .. 1 HOi FRSEZERS-.Kelvln.tor. now more.ld than. fifty ear Inl.*. HOB Miller. er._ '. Ph 2-4283. 718 ."..w.A. HORSES-2. Gentle and well trained. SMALL APARTMENT-Middle- Very close 1.. Fers aa Bt Reaaaavabl '05.0450 e-t tera am.o
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r One 9 Phone or 5t.St
.. BoBby Hardware. Kelvlnalor .It.d. No on
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2-91 By auiet
: : II* aged couple or I or 2 sockInggIrls er .
0'oe'a 14% .b..t.Winter P rk. WALL T"-r. Swivel 20104HORSE. r. ,e 5 T con 0'fVSNWAY
: 404 na* CIBIMI. 71 aa Ora Department.- W. Cb..rc fawcet. n"5-IMh 26 Inch : irlcMleaged. Oa.rll! apt parties. o, drinking. so iitsag.* I

.. . .. 04.04 aa.. .. bargains.Waraa. iUT-WA.ER HEATERS-3-ioo. I PM"o.". the farm and ..'h.-llw ".1. 163B Learel Road. Winter Park. -Sorrel mare with her tiny to .Iddl.u"_1. Al on ..nd Call 2-nr. __- ____ .. .65 enam
. *. .< 4aafr4. : *O aalioa . . lee colt. Gentle: like children. 1940 31. .h. .r will ra. I. Cs.-
. .- P .. .' Pinr Jsrs ft Rome Machinery C. Ave Winter Park between .. lois Si.. .
._ 1 113 I! A Co- Inc. 210 6.. OrangeAvePbn 4TO W. Rnl! 'MIle nd .One pale Phone ,11'i ROCST-2 or 3 bedronai amfanuaaved. ton. : S.as'.. I
; & .. __ 4S37. .n. For principal of local .
uivc F1r outside house WAREHOUSE PAINT SALE- I. .od I
n. PAINT t
..*.., HOT WATER HEATER-F oilDuoTherm .| HORSE. Tennessee ..Ikl. horse; SMALL AFT.-2820 S. Kuht j jI i Permanent resident. Phone a-JOtt. TIN '
Plat for Mon am
'::' : .'_: f W ._._ I automatic 20 ::tike ivee paint. 1 59 pain's.gL One 13 40 coat caL Amold s. quality at each and carry wU work: 110. 210 P.bluf. 504 _:1.' 'i-n !
I .w1.wa. .t..SMlkPad 411 I I a... 450. 1115 E. Concord Paint.S ore. 407 Orange 2-3786. I HORSE. Gelding: > galled. 7 ,ru. I LARGE 2-BZDROOM furnished .pt. j BOM&--Per.an.a' coupi *arM :, 90 .- e.on90 ,..

I' at asdp. I I IRONER. Easy: 830: perfect I Prices are per gallon Luxury hoU old. n..I, Beth R.lnen Apopka.I I With .I.etn kltchea year round Ii furnished ..ale.. Phoat* .!. Pa.u

: . a. to T. .11 I North aa 441 t..left at "dU I paint a t"d"rat.437. Pona I phone 0 2\8!._ i rental: g3i mon'h. No pets. 0 i HOUSE. wnfarnUhed ky eftllle- wSUsI OSlo c\'.'. toO -

?.. . tWW1IIfWPT31WO R1'4OZ.t. Cottar!.2nd bO. FCMF wr'8. WATES and e.. .m.L 2.P' wall fia- l HORSE=Good for ridina or work.J. Sunday A. C. Golden. Broker i I ehlWrea: 2 ... a.aOeaal :L -. Sn-" . v."

.. .. 1. *>vrlt'a ' 1.13..LA.IO4 ",f ..'m.Wo" ITT I l-h. 4 enamel.I P Huxhey. Corner Hoiden cod N. Onn" Are.. files Maltlsnd no- ) sectIon preferred Telephone .1 oeamee 55 tO.- 'iw

w .' I t 1 Bare 4iaa. *I48Val Uairanterd t* a 'isfy m017 Cei.'" P-. e'penv.. 55 j 84 mented 03. Seml-gkv wall enamel.83.49' 08. P.- Kunl Ave._ _ _ *rrowinter Park. j jAPTS HOUSE OR APT-CTafarnun**) *. - COeeec.. a .

. SMrta eaiasna .ftuM- ".. Hot .Ulbe u here be camlrtaale I r--...t. r. Wilnani O kl-y 5! raasrl nnderro pr.mer.*4 Floor asd PONY with ..tr. adl.br I| for kltchea appliance 1 or J fe4V I I 1ft. :: ....

. INK Sny.a Lumber Co.. Z4. t r- N. C-arlxnd: 6332. ir'-h: T." .h. 84 IS. OJ d:.. 1718 2 room each: 8320. room: close t* bus. Navy pfcyawi*** '

K.-UPuoa.UO.: ...*_and Railroad. _ _ _ Prafi'e Supply COp.D'. J. Phone Winter Park. 899-R. i and wile; .rm..... Taylor 2-2T8O. .. 1j-- :

i I. ICE CHEST=Portable Ice cheat with I I I SwearingMB. Salea T.. 1t PIGS-. J. c crosses .lt It' APARTMEl' 4 roma 'tr.be ROUST T.. a bedrooau far1niabed VJ... .

1. t -wt. Pnaai aan Owner 1 .11 FIB for fishing and rmi PANELLING MATERIALS Whit Atlanta Ar., Orl..eo. I ..k.iSis 11.,1 sow ",. I CI. .tt.n and t cr "; xM4i* a4 - --
09g. la* Mr C T. Moot re*. U. Knot Store Co.. I knotty ptn; besutiful grained ply- O. C. ba. I: Frank north end "" Prefer young workmc twipl baaineu man and wife: so cl Mr**. I Ipermanent. I -

I - Two *.* aa At.. -. l'ine. Ph nt 2-318. wonl. Mill end Nrnr*"t*. L.1 Lkh.r fh. 4750. |' 114 E th>r 8t. .flf lam. Box 202 cV tar. I r r... . .l

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L ntxurt 1 I DCBaDaEAD COCHTHY CLUB-New LAKE CONWAY Lovely modem 2 I WINTER PARK-Belt buy CD busy '! HOLLOW TZLZ Distinctive noose !j i I CLOSE IN-Lk. 'rent.* ''a'I i iI 1 *

.a *ra*> .. . SUE SECTION of Winter Park. .do. buntalow. P.n.le living ORWIN MANOR SECTION 2-bed- j Orlando Ave. New house. 150 ft.hlghie i| and duplex deluz. Most attractive | (1.750. b.t*.B45r d.. MO s 5' n-

11 ***. *4 la'l **. I ha .. Ir. LIZ l.w. modern ia all repl 3-bed- r. .1' fireplace. Sle"I. porch room home built In 1940: com ,. Ideal tourist Betty ,. and best buy in city for (37.50-). ,,1 R..ltp Church and > .*. be. 5155 5 I

I **oh Caa N. OolaBd .. \ buaialow; CDnl conatructloa .' porch. Nice dock and boat. 1 pletely furnished; tile fireplace in Trent Evsns. om, 349 N. Orlando 1. Make a date wIth Claybautb Realtor i,I CEMETERY LOT-BeeuUfwlI Will oelj 05S50fm.Pf

I f-.L i I Coma But*. '1 I. Oranto. ._ ...e. .. tot. This 1 a real country estate and 1 I Uvlnt-room: attic f.l: central heat- j j Ave. Winter Park.I 1 5913. I for cisn er term..or. wUl iat coV6.1 S .1wtm.1 -' I
will this week for only Int. 100' lot I II 1. I ('tTW
frost '
I Owner occupied. Price 81S.SOO M.eash..nure all .1 13.85 I 110.1 I.nds.p,)E I 2 OR 3 BEDROOM HOMES-Can b I FOR SALE-Bargain. Hous. 1 kt.I, tood used car oDsams 310 Inn .W :

I DtTBaKMtAD AREA A completely Apprsm.tl. B. Bridtea. Son.frlh.d. Or.- H. i 11.1. bul. Clr. Call built to your specifications In 1260 cash. 1 block Mi St. Flare. - I. acres In45 ii S onslI
M. rwea a.d 1-we rm ham.. .e 0.1.1. I 13.5 0 lurnle rest Winter Park. For ; CL va SeeI U .eOdSt 510e Inin
.ctOI. i
. J. Uyert Realtor; 2' W, WashInttoa LAKEFRONT HOME on Lake Butler <, for L. A. Williams. II )1' H1 D. D. Rid- I I I CCNY coms.eeaeI .
as DUBSRUD 55.555
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- 1 t5 V : 8881. Or enaioft. Winter turntebed beautiful location ttocJc.Vvtt > R.alto. 21 West Washington ,,'1 4A21 I. Central mOlt. LOLA SECTION-Home and Incon.' 'I I 1st 0554 S3 9 steaS..
% % \xx\v x % StPhone :-63J. o' ) Slave $
I: :>'hn-'L "" 'ickin..'omit Yrawit.K.VC Vjwr.,1 1I 106. Wed built 2-story ftome. DowatlMin \ "r'O PaY
I' # :) ,'It IZP.S. 7i -cnse&. matetiat6
( mutamtlfc ( A-r/f/aa fffOOO. ft rooms. \>pa) ins . '. S. 4s9em55
*n. .uewnue.. . c3'P.c5 ._ ... ( large poaitrr oh-f ".u' aoartmenta. tmpeccadlenigu2S.ofDoi )ges/Ji'Rdt . ,ht. '. .mWVMe -
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., Mr Ar wfUk lobf. L Id. 1-3 ;balance SIC . td Toi1 a3b kiiatuYunwitns.Rd. ?.Urci s7linl.% w'isdn. ik s.'sh. {nsvvaes a.. -s-s I
LRK-3-hor0om bim- >
) ...) Qy.ht.; ) ) UCLt? tile root oak One Inch : Port Oilice, "WiDfin- ..,.*..II.htt r/>'e'. t b.th.rtht1' .\ *, mile west of 441 1.1..y. t Y .'lo Re.ltor; 4 Central I in ra/ue. BUT 6)6 1ililaritsiP. sal ec C' 1n'

.1. "U bl traM tree PMT. O. B. -Warn. terms. OF/tr W. Hfdtion_ i i' ;, .t ,., u" .a 4
*: I C LAIItT mtEET .cOI-BrN n.I.. W. 1 a".5. LAKE SECTION. 1, Stew \! 747 I i, lane lota . (* *.- .
: _ I 11.5. SECON-"A Sole' .. Furnished. 5 61D-nel t water light tat Intmm.s
dial | i.
; 51-1. take County Property
of bncl
'-. hjaii t .r*. bsar*****. bvt*. room. I I..1 2-11' Tr. Lke & 10m. . screened porches home. CoIJfge Park: (35OO down. '\ II Paved.: Camtan Bolaod. owar sat 55 5liglea -
dtMsx is... medera kitchen.late t akn.u of o.le 10. . fruit. :I' I., BIdt.. 872 N. Oraflge; J- 554 eS' 4
. -1. rented a new J kt* Very nice only (8.20O. 10.5. If sold this week. ( i BONNIE BREEZE-A few select loca- C.rl"1 I: ..
_I aM arch. fuel EAST 2 block Bunta- .p.nm.nu aJ F. 22534FERN 55SI It S P 45:
.u LANCASTER .. i Slayton. Realtor. 32 E. Pine. lIsten with Clyde I Lake (nsrlggole 10 ..nl". ton
B* a -.. elertri* roat* and low In 41. 2 nice car tars .p.rtmel' .p.nm.lt.;I 6651. "] 104 W. Central. 2-4775. I ton on Cu.U.
bom. for to W. J. CREEKAT .. -
.u nicely furnished 'UST* $
I . nltH 140.0 oenl. Plc.d sel.
r- '. _*.hwarhd. L..eln' I eOldltoD Oarat Ilce . SamJohnson each. There possible i iS30O i ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL One HOUSE-5 1. and bath furnished. t i . Tavarr. .._ I 50x150. nl. high and dry. .. esOrtfitSi 45Sf .. 45. 0*
1 "u. (tore. S6150 \rm. !I block West of 21st frame < Total (300 block from Ke
by appointment St. :!
haa ) .. a montl. 810.n pre 1.86. with D.I.bbrho. 551 scheS bus 'Cias
Ill Co. 208 S' hus
,. .. .alI. with terms. house. 2 lots. Sin 24x28. porch 8x24. I and (10OO Sept. FAR-Thlte. .c. all ; Sell or trad Owaeri ,an 550' 5 .a as
4. SI 12.0 n. = ; aho.
1'1' FRONT-PIclol beautiful Lake Lot 52x210. Frank 507 finished inside. Fart I Payment (50 month. 1409 1' b. outb.ldlnl .lh met 1 Geort* Kint. .OIW._ WtshmttaaFORREST 'n-'Ie55 05" ' acsal
LAKE P.r 1.8. al j
roofs. ,
h Metc.1
p. I 455
I (real I Ba..ll. roa4 .
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0.- with Int.r. St. I1, blocks from bus. Chris- ,
buntalow. Building; phone 2-1710. *
P. .Modern five room ,p 1 I>! R E.A. wire. J L Royal. HILLS 67x199 .. 51eSS *1. 55SS
IAWhD. Orwta Msnr SectionIThaSi til* front porch bath and LAKE FRONTAGE Riparian rightson ORWIN MANOR..-3333 Felham 10.4 I tin!Burnett owner II:Fla. Lake C*. I 1( lights telephone I sidewa.kI : : 05 32.5 dcSdi

-. farasabed tram kitchen. Circulating oil heat. Screened one of our most desirable lakes i I Hollow brick tile prewar b\t oI I, HOWEY- 2 lacre- I I pavuit (825 Stripling .It M pigaaeediIS :
a built In Fine bedroom home. Attic fan. I.THE 84 T51
back porch sarale Spick and span bungalow of six .
Oak ftoav price flaking In 3 lakes from front dor.UDlur.le large well ventilated rooms with tile I> IDbsr..drom. perfect condition -
of In
see*** A wtthOawdwlaj Owner. I IORWINMANOR % 2 years 6977._ It so' .5. 5Ie.l.
0.a Terms. kitchen and bath. Basement with Realty; 2-2471. 51 load
< luiatoi la* ..e 677 13.13. South. furnished well- Consisting the '010'1'2 \': 2 dcl 5555. 5S..
: hobby second bath and : AVE.ust elf
Fono Dr. Pavedatreet.
B 1. rom. dr.s ..
O I: .___ _bunaa-_ LAKE FRONT HOME-A Lately 2 log rom. This is cmpl.lel. and Frame. Unfurnished buj' Of. paved Golden.road. Only 38 Pln..ppl.V.I.Dc.110 356 H.mln..r..fru0.. 37 i ii !i choice 50 ft. ; 3.:- aeSe.aa5 4: .-a 'Se -- 0psoncesa
terms. C. Broker 455
: flee
MU.TUnr. linens I on
beautifully except See Claybaugli.Itealtor. Metcalt 1320. box lots in "L'UU :
furlb.d i (27.500 ..
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root. fire- atory. 4 bedroom 10m. .cr. N. Orlando Ave. near Malt- Incudp. 10.00 Tb- ; .00 5eSsf"P
and with unique I I' below t
.roele. 12 .. Terms 10 priced .
100 fruit : ORANGE MEMORIAL :
,. land. m- sas1a.l.od&eS.
aib algg .I .g. Cltru tre. arrangement of boat house and ad- .85'1 and.rp.sWlntr Fark. Open erD Wheeler with C r. 1. 515 eN
nelihborhawtl landscaped and I.d. Completely \ motorboat and brrol bungalow near . ,.. Louis 8. Online. Broke 21 W .. : 9.-nc Tloa-
.. 4I.u rumpus room 104E.Jelferson12-1649.
5412. ,
Lorraine I I I
furnished. Only Only Wuhln.tol. -
I.TI.C. ft. &.r.1' I canoe. Ten-day and pricedto OtcUP.lc7. I **** a.d sIr Sm-i ii-.e
.. .. trk I. O.... *. Hoffman with Clyde UcKenxie. 104 I aell: I22.5OO:ocUP."or terms Cad Fred Carrels. Broker; 118 &. CCAUa LAKE FRONT=Beautiful corner 105 I! 1EYAJL au eaitapaving aanas. 055651 imom. 4 $IW

o.' ,* .. H4( _ _ _ _ W. Central: 24775. |,1 at once for appointment. Georgia von I IShi. 'I I 85gi. I j OPEN FOR ft. loDt. facto Lake Formosa I I ; (35O. Coliege Fart.I .t Its tS.c '. 5. 55e -

.. PRINCETON SCHOOL SECTION IS"ECION-I-to . Realtor. 140 front. I 5555 "- Sc.
hU.nlan 2 bedroom*. Realtor. 7186._ I 123. oO (10OO East C_ mane.
.* .. .. '.2.. aaa room LA SALLE ST.. 939-S-room frame i*I Here 1 an unusual chance to buy a I Hillcrest Ave.. 226-This is the best I 1 . 2-3282. I I Ha.od. east. near Bomb ((7* Racks m.tsndlnon.CP. 5 0555e ..

... a* ad ... wedroom.laro LAKE FRONT-Country Cub section bungalow. Owner ".eU" Lookat new room bungalow for only I Il.SOOOO I constructed home in Orlando. Lot STORE-BuDO For Rent-In Mt. and Henry nice corner I.?. a* ft .450' alt iaS. 50 5 njoee '
asteBva a.. .., One of finest homes, this ..7 submit you- ( cash Financed on easy | and home eo' (12.5 to complete.Btilt furnished cottage Sam JeaMS- ( I45.. I
.. a oo.oo4 pooc*. .. .*. lifetime roof. aa a laTIn lakefront plot. Msonryconstructed offer to Drlr V. Condlct. Realtor. terms at'n on the balance. This i of brick. 81.11 in rear available Aug. 1st. Phone 103.Lake ao8 Iot 110 up. .05. eaSe st Sm.
hwut of 3 bedrooms. 2 Hollywood home built and designed by one of i .n
ta meetly 'Dr. ous rooms: steam heat : 2701.
".. la esreUeat tiled baths 2-car suspended 37 E. Centr.1 8137._ Orlando best builders. Frame Construction I There ia a 4-room I ASTEPRK'M back- 000. 4 YRo 45'55ia..
.dIU. .r. t'lcbe.
.oulp.d. THIS L
U- .. .-) tractive.. Can W bought. till floors basement .. heatinc. LAKE VIXW-This 2-bedroom homeis and O. K. II every re.pt saragea fur.hP. over a three- IS T ONE-On* ..t.r"a. MJ. S 5. ra.S.d 05:' 1.I S : 5

-. BW I . If ..so1rdp. '' copper plumbint. extra lane beautifully -' uo to the minute II construetlon. -i I See Mr. Windham with O. P. SWOI. ; car ttrage. Plenty of home lake with a Moss. Broker. 132 S .. phaaje too stove stst5'.1 aSa iv i
Lt 10210. 7arreo
.. .. ii, .... Harold paneled porch oyerlookint lake. T sareapac I susan d Realtor. 6 East Pin Street; citrus in . ( form early and mld-seaon trove 6977 (15555 Plo51P rb I.'I ..

hed Realty .n.2* E. .' ah.p& 24 fruit trees. First Federal morttaie iou .I the location. Price 12. ||I 5812. __ __ ; I.. than cost,-or U1.:0.-mal 23.0. t House has mo,1 "tIU.4 LAKE-FRONT=Facing"southeast aa -a' arls55SeIe 6.s. .

.. Fha* ( _.a 818.500. owner will take small bun- 700 Courtney Realty. 392 N. 1 I FINE CASTLE room stucco home; \ down payment U .Dtr. miles and it east lo.ted of Eustis on 10 ttart.Bce Lake Sybella. Maitland. 1'. ecreariparian 051.5 aiIm. N 55. c54.S

Dl'FVI* C& IN-East. Furnish.d talow or cash for equity. GPO H.Kittredit Orange. 2-2471__ |I all lprovment.modern kitchen; Cmerick. Rulto 610 Orange. 't blake .n offer'.cr. .. E. rights restricted shade MS s. eSM14

.. 1 ... .... 4 an it*. ood re- a SOD Realtors. 2-318 LAKE SUE Beautifully lu.nlsh.c,i 2 patio; oak floors; j Telephone More C.. Realtors; Eustis. PI. i tr.. 101 frontage x 6'X 14rrar. SaseStilsi. 545115t.5.l.
f- IBTM ar* saratiaa.. Owner .|( home. 2 bedrooms with rom I I Venetian blindscompletely and extravatantly ;I width. .' term U. .- s.d'- 'Pt

i* tee* art** gwrty tlt.OOO .n.b.'r in basement: boathouse with steeping !I furnished. Double tar- I i I 5!. Groves for Sale I' owner phon. Winter Park. Tile go.' ci. , iga.

S.. J.oom.Co. 20* 1._. LAKE LUCERNE-We haye Just .e'' room. Immediete purslnl. No city i'I.. 4>, IoU SOxMO: hedges: ..b.deIru.t BETWEEN THE TWO Liislr. Sire irst' .5 c .iOo '5'

.-.Be* celved a listing on one of the taxes. Price 122.S. par- j trees 12.50 cash. Mrs. view this attractive 'urDsh.d 2- COMMERCIAL II 05 se.tt, 5 w. 5' I "'
tlcularx A. T. : OROVE3 .cr. I
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D..I. Frank 9 Ave. bedroom home .
lake. Spencer. < with S
rm bun* finest on this 1 elltl tract. LOTS / lam. S-tIMe 't
Brnkev.33SMin. b.rln
. pared otroet. atrely furnished-Lart. Income lol.a I bun than 15.0 per i I|I PRIN -cHoL en electric washing and a "0". PID..IPI. Valeol' 1320 .. .c.ue- causca

: )m t A toad hay (OO See Mr. year and price than LAKEFRONT H03U-: b.droml. 2 i!I 11t.J rooms. cool porch means comfortable Sum- ,. Duncan 18 years ; additlonal 123x138 Muriel T... miD .

Wsadha. with I. ... ..0.Realtor. '3.0. 815,000rash will handle 2 baths. ; room 18x35. lanedining !I I II. floor price right at i mer livint. In addition a nicely landscaped Ir.p.1ul...cleared and ready 15. Otners In ail ***** .. 3 all :nissti es asiane"

. FtB* phoa U12 bal.nc over 10 Tears. This it room kitchen and breakfast I I .0. "The buyers broker H.s lawn car pr city water and t. plant' I. Lake Counl7. l.a Tavarea 054 as .8"i.Oisi.eSi'
Screened porch. 2-csr gtrsie. bus service. Cash Ann Good
of our very confidential room. Realtor. 62's E. Church. mainhigbaay Present
one ltnl ;
fmttflMtKAO 'BECTIOM Modera 2 and we In a position to m..on.construction on 85 f. nicely |I lArcadet 4237. .__ ;I win with Hem'l 00.1 Inc.. crop at frOltal.. bythree :; Ajeiwy. R. Ill 5 S e P.am. -
; _fraax *.1... com- 1. cannot d lot. beautiful and Broker; 677 N. Orante uum'IP : H.I Bre. and 54cc t.55de'd H 55e* '
; ..- . faraiahed: paved that 'h..prolrt. location lnrome.conditIon. nslm I.nds.trees. This home .\sold PiE CASTLE-Nice frame 2-bed- A perfect trove welli i Ate.. telephone; IB all > ta erso. Ma) >* :ia* -
be .1 buntalow. metal roof porch i BT konl **** etc. qulcgsale OWNEaARIIEC .0511 e.-
Pe furnished most of nearly 1 nih a* S.I.445
and beauty. For your '
0.1 electric 21 reduced to cash balanceeasy
(4 *5* ,. Cdmu with condition Best pump hou. pump. cit IZ5.0. erarses "-. 15-55 --
all In
sake let us show this to you. b new and .o tangerines also I and .IUtCO In white and green: bedrooms. terms. . specialist .
-hi I F Man. I4( M MaIm: (8O9.BVTtFZ buy in Orlndo 000. Please grapefruit oranges : grove II LAKE FRONT LT-ID erne .'casee aa* at. ,-,as's '*
fore you l.k. a mistake on Strawberry guava one Pometranade -, tile bath; and window with J. P. Mattox. 145 w.
one .
fr.pl. } M.II. I ter Park s HI' .4L.ad
Fays _e Built- thIns else. Harold Vollick or com to office for full particulars i, alUe. Steel . .esa. So. Ls'' '-oW a
-U large lot. fenced colored 5809.
Co.te. and Mr Stewart with j jShepherd ; one P..D. tn.ur.d line sand bech and dock all dccc' 'a 5'o'endo 0
see I
p.. c. .1 I Wet. -. 1. D.nle Ko.r H.rld I chicken 40 laying hens. Only w.la all floor in colors. O.r. and GROVE-20-. built. Price ( Caveaaath. .. P *- * *
i Utoa.1, Broker. 208 8. Main. Realty 20 E. Washington houS. ;Ooldrn.rliD..UOI. 5.75 i atea is>*d
-'U I. 781. ( cash. See Gould' room. New N. W. section
I1M I St. Phone 16 .1h II Early ton 430.L'FR lee IS' t..-' 5 I' ' SSesie.e
; _
=. . A 3-bedroom. 2-tUe ,': Henry. Br.. 6 W. city limits. P O.Box_18. Orlando old. 10 2 old. No cold. 6.ain'so it a 4
. 2-07M. Corner i, LAKE FRONT- .lh .ohn.ton : acres years ,y-a few Me thu IS 05 on
:.I. I|I I bath home with cypress panelled LAKE VIEW-2 beautiful! homes.Priced <' 6545._ _ Price (11.OOO Samn-.ie Francisco.i . N. we ate
=: tone .pn.
: living room. Fr.nel doors from all to : 1 on Lake Lancaster: RIDGE WOOD AVE.-2.5tory. Lovely i I.tor., Room 4. Central A red.. offering 100 ft. wiSurrounding
tra lb .
. Isaa. b-oaB I.t t* war.t.af exeBaji I I rooms open lane arreenedoorrhes. the one on a.l D..l. see A. W. Moore apartment downstairs unfurnished.. GLEN HAS IT-Maitland. j;: ___ hom. .n tIe *. I'- UlJP11
( picnic for gurnlslsed.I
day upstairs
Erery a -
2 nice i; .
F Fi
with Walter S. Orange .p.tm.lt. very best. You'll burT
Each vats has lieI I 15 mln- B.s 21 Ave I Large house on State highway. Newly I. I
family. On larte lake only garage
I Automatic 2..r i
f.rn.c. topurchase
. .1 GROVE-HOME--fs'o. 11th. time Wheeler with C. Realtor.I ? el5 5' :Se vo'an
rmblattoa .
OM > room : of ..t.. Large bear- and I I decorated. Arrau.ea lor 6 tourist Da'
i Sites from renter For home income
Jar . I IH 1 I FRONT7room bi&galow 10 73d3 property of thu kind.Over I E -. 51 one $550 ice' 'I'55 '55'i
modera LAKE .I.noD.
** ins fruit possession.I th 520 000 terml. besides 0
( hai and hath, ,.- and .r. Ilm.d"t. 150 ft. frontage on sand bottomed eaverage rom. .n'l .p.rm.DL s acres ol land. 9 acres in i LANCASTER PARK For. aeU.al I II. bars, Seen ' --5 0'
i Oeo. P. irate Realty Co. 19 E. Asher .tpr. Rp.nor. 2-0726. Corner :n. oD liighsay I ron-age. 50 tjuit I -- "la
aeaoitfanv turwlakied I I lake. 2 acres with 1OO bearing citrus ;j I ao10 ft on lake. I7OU I on i-si. $ ewt 5 .. -'ava' 5t'omo..pi -
: Central. Phone_ 2-3155.__ trees 4 miles out. Electric refrigerator b. ais'a
'S. tgraiiaei t* FrkwhaagtiBw This property should bring an South Mhare-
ror..r Ml.
: .." I I LUCERNE PARK-3 bedrooms fu..I.br. .- range and bo..1.1 better In SUNSET PARK-Duplex nicely fur ID'OU'. of about (4OUO per year beside 'hed One 2-bedrooin hUI. uutur i wood Dr. proximalel.* le $ .7j si a :' ' ' 0 '
heM .ra 0 . screened front porch eluded at C. P. Shumway. nished. 4 rooms each: electric re- uLvli.d. Ideal l lion t said nice aug59 hema-'- -
far coed L.r. oaners apartuirnt This is froolose. drpih 178 feel
-.. vaJa* 01 rb"r. and Jea- 2.. .. bus and school. Realtor. 12.0.. !: 2-3262. I INORTEASTN.a I 1 I frigeration. All in A-l condition. 2- pre-season bargain for only (16.oOO.a toiin.SI coull m.1 hUhway. just front foot, 1 block from '. 1. ..ale $1551 a a .'

. *ae 12. (72 K. Orange Easily converted into 2 .p.rtm.nts Lake. New frame car .a... 75 f frontage. Home and rerms. *t>5oa down. 'Open Sundays. a few .out All for I.S6.53O. Last and dry. Cash or . Baaiiilxl. WIeei.e at. 5. 'is- .. utJefievsas
.a Peter. Realtor. I' Intome. terms Sam Johnson year income better than 10' net 560 0.ioea .- '
Asher 2
.. 1..50. tn. nice bratins. In.50 A. C. Golden. Broker 1121 N. Or- homes surrounding. ..
"m __ Corner Central and Msm. b.drom Co 208 For full particulars see. C.I . susde
o 10,0.
*_.rl*** la'. Recently 2-788. p.lon. (8750 I.ndo A. .nur Maitland und.rpaJ. Realtor. Exclusive .109

raiai 1 tssms ** steeping UiERNT'
a.ads lar arcapaac Fnc ( LAKE DOT SECTION Duplex t i NORTH ORANGE (NEAR) 2 bedroom ;i: f.jeep t* 545 'Pt sins'e S tO I

Caajriast Pasts. 39] M. Orange.$4Sl rooms. 2 baths complete1 Cypress bungalow: two larse :.I Iscreened i porch very financed.tastily"Speak furnished.to Speel'Whitney 513.000eavily :: HOME AND GROVE-- 5 A Lake Emerald: paved street mm baa "0e $l mm ' i S..

= ed.rental 75 ft. lot. No rent lurnSh-j prche plastered Inside.Nicely I Spiegel Realty Co NEW MODERN. FRAME HOUSE.. 2 ;1 acres In trove and small s4 t I line nice oak shad and exrenesst 512.455 *545' 1' C 5559 5KIssimmee

14'it room from baits. 2 neabbrlo. Immediate posses .<: 706 Melc.lf BIde: -3269.. 1..1&1' bedroms large prcl nico Joca- 3'a miles from center of Orlando and location Price (2.35O. I stress 1 2 YInPaStT
Goad repair Ask on._.P.t.lt Pl.. 1.0. sion. (5,000. easy terms. Lorraine I i iHoffman ton Rok prl.; cash or three blocks off Oranse Blcssom cub and $23 month P... as set Irmei
slit W Llntaa. 101. Halow with Clyd McKenzie; 104 SUBURBAN-Nfw 2-bedroom cmelo. : Owner. Box 223 S-Star. 64 E. Central
tVaim*** TraiL Price (49oO. See Mr. Folsom
8188. .
L N. Dial 045 .0 e 'S.
l mi E4ttr PloDs Ornl" w. Central: corner shady lot. (1400 c.h. 2''. with Harold Shepherd Realty Co. lon eI 5
2-15. 1 LOTS tn
-It's treat to lire In Orlando. ance monthly. Klttinter Realty, 42 yr. old 5 room. I-.:. HJW, | y.1i w- -? 55
;; I W. 2-OO74. bedrool home specially designed 'i 20 E. Washington 8t. Phone 5124 Winter Park :32 I toe tjaiaan* rvaraa a *!* *. .,.

.!4 tajy:_l.a. rsam prewar I NOHTEST-Esc.pton.1 ofrln. Con.ed '0. easy hou.k.pll. Exceptionally HOME-GROVE-- 5 acres LAKEFRONT LOT with small-eat- wrth w a* BtB Tahna*. .

MOM rtty ... .-r.e1 LAKE FRONT Winter Park. A new prc.. Esc.l.nt SOUTHEAST SECTION-Well built 6- well buiit window groups 'I| Valencia JOoal good 5- tagall Improvements la S I$5iee wi'b 4545: 5 51 nesec

.. .Make offer. 2828 .. . horn built -for Florida lltlnt. 3 excellent .ld lelhbrho. i rom buntalow 1'baths screenedfront 1; overlooking Mead Gardens. Floor i room house. Gas and .Ietrl til.- 7' x160': (380O By 2I -*)>*4 t 45-West cam.. vs. .5,,,
.. .n.
laundry .
corner { 2..1 I" furnace. 19 fruit
prch. trees; many azaleas OOO Mr. Nunex with Good-
aAtt BrCaVWtthta easy walking bedroom 2 ills ..th.An attractive i itil .' 2 lane dma(12'xl4I I tubs. 2 paved nice garden, I i palms etc. Corner lot. Hen'l I LAKEFRONT LOT-80 ft Ria Vfl45 ii' I 55. PS 5
: t IoU .tne. ulet street; ; Inc., Brokers 677 N. Orange.I
wMaaca af tao heart of Orlandoaa roof Mture also j : I R fruit etc buy at 7. .11 On paved road (125O W
e" I Ic. and >. O garage i tree. near Huh School. Collete: Immediate | a. a. saar an* i. -. b*.a bedroom tram bom. ) does th. nicely elevated andcold water. See photodl.orta i|' 500. . with J. P. Mattox. 143 9600. 1199 1913.HOWEYINTHE.H Kenney. Brotr. 4350 C.. ters Well 1.. a5ae .. mt f'

..la A.' eoadntoa with lot 15's20' AU.c.e COD and address of property at N. Main: 5809. ,I ISUBUBAN .. p.smol ... t.rm.Park. 21-.rr". way 21.LK *)
.4 .. mall, can paymeat ha ..1 with j I crete room. block In pn .ul.t 1.und.llet 29 W. W.shn.tol s.C.I Mor.n. 1> 6-room frame house ,, 815-W. : stint 20 years.rl tte..r. Tr.e ptrf.ct aver-con FRONT LOTS-la InterUkWB 057551 m aah *ti *

: .ta>* aactatr* abs 1. Iraa L.te have I with O 888. I j block hou. (47AO. NEW 3-BEDROOM HOME on high dition. of the following: Unusul. City conveniences .. a... aa ea. ifca *'**

: voaj"rarams month I happy ta i.e(19.500. Harlow O.? Reasonable cash down: balance Ilk. lot. It's realty nice. (11.5OO easy 386 *Conlstnl. grapefruit J71i I I!. . . . Inv C 805 hoe isntr.e. 'as tale La aPt 5' ..
be***** ho = *. For I j Fredrick. 118 M. Orante. NORTHEAST Very desirably lo- .: rent. Owner. Charlie Morgan 53 W. t.rm.Hamptol. Broker 531 N. Or- i plneappiet.: 110 'Hamln. Price of Colonial Dr.: dial 80B5I eon. toe 5Oct15 I.. 555ca

_.u-.:Breea with Dial 8188.LAKE ttea IVs-ttory residence lifetime i! Church. .1... 51. I;, (27.5OO anclude 10.OOO box I.ORANGE BL1-RAIJ. eSsgam.Sta 5l6or 0554alt.

phone I floors, ell beat. 2 fire- SUBURBAN bedrooms: sieeplat MY LOVELY home, laragT. i crop already made. Terms up t 10 Church Stf. ., :_.z:_.,: = "P sea..
0. .. .
,> pl.cr. 3 broms. l1s baths. porch; 6 lots. Chicken runs. Close ; 8M."L Louis S. ; Broker W. makes this spot for a .. tea line Priced 'a at $5 to-s.
.. _ _ __ _ i wash house: shade I .n. Dlin.
AAI SECON-MoerD 3 5 trees. .1 I Fi
tarate. dtr. (o bus. school and stores. (44OO unfurnished. tr..s Klncald 1215 Met
Of.rd 2-ar'l Washington. .I"
Ill .tM-4"( room I IaM I TI. lovely or pets. . ''I 18.00. T.lm.
I owners to 01 chldr.1 672 N Oraaa Carngsn -
.lhI..a out-f-t01 .tte (4750 furnished. Mr. Nunex I i : 51 vor-ntm I ,
.I I
hoaao. iMaMpBi <*
cooling system. blinds,
alaiataf 2-.r new LAKE FRONT GROVE .
i Furnished or be p.lntr. I. y.n.t.1 4-.ondU
: with Goodwin Inc.. Broken Bldt. phone 2i
baaa aa4 water earnaaao. I come and look I It. 10 to 15.5. if desired.C'I See 'I Her.1 alel .ld .hut.. hot water ful home sitg. 38 acres -> Ave F* MM, ? raaa KMSM )

81 ,.. haianc* 1 1MrM : 2 to 4:30: pm. T week. rh..d. .Brass Realty Co. 19 E. Cen-i 677 Orange: 9855.SOIJTHEABTFurnished. pump. 2 porches sheltered. DeathIn water. 12 in 8OO bearing tree*, I I ORANGE AVE.. North- _. p. i..

c C Oanut .. .2-n.I IIll (11504 I W. Westmoreland Dr. Oo.. Ph. 2-3155. j I bungalow. 2bedroomo. family reason for selling. Very : that are 1'''' 700 ft. late front- i: 112 by 395 feet street (0.o 51 Soost t a-Sdi-
____ I u
steeping porch. fireplace reasonable side Now xoned B-Multiple
open for quick aale. Lovely
I Lake Mmne-
ores. .15 55
? on
Hftl LAKE On ase. t haott .* nun *a
i Aha saa c.HI.1 i PRN-0 I. sand bot- I II NORTHAST SECTION-Home with I sarste. work abo" paved.street. l".U"I. 1431 41st St. i haha. In Maitland. About bOO ft. on I undoubtedly to Into 1.1 r- -oetB* lMMa aM.t> '0.5
I( apartment upstairs
: with C. P.Shum. sonlng In the
Eulu51YP very
hsusi. I ta S year torn lake. *l:1 l. oak trees. with also 3 bedrooms I 1850. I highway 17-92. tf lnt.rMt.o call F. : 4.&siselk p4$ 45w.
private ; .. future
.nt.n. Orsng. I or
; s..dSui'I *M ': ,.. eeatral heat i iior i fruit. .. stream flows I I one with privateentrance. I 2-3282. 10 A. Allison. Realtor 37 w. Wasbing- Underpriced at tlSOBO := .0555 e.g 545 .5ia.0 Pa.Tv. .
I 1 do.nat.lr. ;
.rv grain hoard atttehed I through property. Good 2-bedroom |' HAS IT-(2000 ton. 7613. I
= Income (11500 per OLE DWN1 1 I lil>*rtl terms arranged Han bows beisdIne 05a$5
..' terms. .... frame house. Extra large living rom month with spacious living accommodations I LAKE FRONT-Beautiful corner 105 with Harold Shepherd Ralty C Uul 6.05. eons as e e.eeSei.0em. .
aaa aid 19 L. Ceaeal screened SOUTHEAST SECTION Just one Honeymoon home 2 old. Lot '
Large years
C... I..I\ .It f.pl.t. for owner downstairs. .': ft. frntt. facing Lake Formos. Washington St Phone (124i 5551 5554 0rsei
1 C.r. Pits.asrs |'I Furnished electric I Price (18.000 00. Ask for Paul Hard- i block from Kley School Older ,, 100x150 corner. Kitchen has large . Shum. ". Realtor. 140 i I Peestal m. ate (404 aa. a>-*
kitchen it* heat. Delightful I as the I 1 man with Msrtie WIllisnK Realtor. type frame bungalow very roomy. It :;i Westinghouse electric stove and hot ,. 175.. 2-3282. I ORWIN MANOR -Orange Ave ssl w iSa 05 tsce **BM iaa> *' '
. of June. Price 88250. Half has a living room with fireplace. water hrter. Large electric refrtg- nI. 60 ft. front. Special al (7M P ,
st2 4.P14sjson . .tl 21 West Washington St. Phone 8106.IIORTHWISTLooktng 1 435 S., eSI s45 aa.a.aj $55.t'e
wb large dining kitchen. 2 Urge LAKE trove other C U TyVer .
room ,
Bammi Francisco. Realtor. jbedrooms j erator. Large living 2 bed- I COUY-I0-.cr lt. .
Schosi. J I .o 84.51 lseSS.O5 8st re's' a. an'smM
for the best V Seedlessgrapefruit
4. Central Arcade. 1407. I and sleeping porch fuel L rooms.: All very I 1.nb ?*** O.nc.. 5644ORWfN
.. feacod Pie5si 5 55 '
a Oom p
buy of the year? Here It ia! A fur- i.iu AU 2O years -
oil Nicely furnished. Including tr.
yard Lara yssms. X aueened LANCASTER PARK-IxceptlOnal lo- { 2-bedroom bungalow well- .t. I I'I Occupancy 15 days. stoars old. Price (8000. cash balance MANOR 2 ..W lat* eoSdiom sod s i 05w i.e. S

-. _Mltla. .... Mew ration. 2-story tile construction. 3 t nlh.. a lovely all-electric kitchen I''I brand gas shade range tre.and Located water I and bus line. Only 1570. Dn" buy i;i i In three . 15 Bros.. 235 M. .2 nice tots on .. $lS >) *. Mtamaatt .* is
aulrk aalea furnished .ih hel.r Lly s. I I a house until you', i St.: low prices aT. taavah* Maaiaew* las
.n'e 2 bath nicely : ,II ( effnh and of I Ilt one.A. Main: 7559. ____ 0..1 LAva* will
*> with R. P I Ir. ., large sun porch nIce at 35 All b.l.ne this-and .o net.hbrho.. PO. .0. C. Golden. Broker; 12 N. OrI.ndo 2358 Temple Dr Pei Ce M f igIsliusost t> ho H .-.

.ReaDs, Ctrruai Bld8. 172 I. larta kitchen eecxptlonal foundationSteel 150 privileges rontl.to! see this ex Dial.. 8188. Fr.drlk. 18 Ave.. ID.. Underpass WINDEREMERE-Lake front grove. 1 ORWIN MAJiOR=117 feOt CUM* m S wan |l I awjljti B M.

S .. JUIIUfI. $iotJ. Nothlnt like this to now. \; rptola b..ID call Stlmpson-I' "It'. treat to live hi orn.\\ ). Winter Park. >1 I and beautiful home. This property ham .Lola 3. 4. Fart. all til II >ll la > Naf g4 eaa

I Lars 2-car garage tile roof steel 1 8t'\I Re.lon. Mrk.1 Bldg.. I I Is most on this chain of ,.. Block 20. Pr. '11. I CAr. *4 dineS If **% See In 1.ai. this for a nice plessantham. ] out.lndl. .
. -. _: sash. Se 51:9. I SANITARIUM SECTION takes. srovec .. pays a 119 Brokers re aaa*) aaaxe am*) e'mas * a is.
.. 82S OOO furnished terms. Sam |
lakes a ad I j, nil bath COtUl1 10'" return a teued. aa, Pee o*a t* ** a*' 045 05> MMeraw
veroomsa -
**** ***> 4ti*> oa* _Mov right Johnson Ce.. 208 8 Main. .1 NORTHWEST SECTION Just inside I tins: just west of Orange t. a famIly 01 133.t..n.In.atm.nt.D" I PALM TERRCEB..tl bwiMSM W Bwrh aaitj ih*> **wlaa

:- -- :*id >. ].. Maia. 133*. I city limits. Splck and-. Nicely i (5.100. and easy terms. C. R. Emer- | GOLDEN HAS TT- offer a special price for Immediate site; trosMa B ahae ssi 4 P flew

aafcagi i I. and completely] furnished. 2 bedrooms i Ick. Re a ltor. 610 N. Orante. Ph. 7348. I II I II .i acceptance. Please I mark this ad AUret.prices. Carl Teider. DreoV Lv,

IA'? .tO --aadraaai b.. *.. LAKE FRONT and sleeping porch. Roma are St1BURiiIndepcndence Unfurnished -''- Cement blockhouse as we think it need not be repeated.Brokers : Orante. 2-O441 CIle 455ed -
1 taraished. M.. .u all lane. Lovely front and I I 1 from ris- iI | with 1..1 tarate. 11 fine location I i protected. Exclusive listingwith 55.0 a ,.e.*
rwoea. obat I Lit horn and additional boat house i screened porches. 75x150 I Int food col.Modern *s any city' I handy to stores school ..ndchurch. Mr. Scud 01 Louis O..ba WrSCONCRn.tt
_.c I I row boat L' ... home Wh ecena urera n prove i ... Make offer of hem. eestlovs tee seam 5g.ll
csnoe. an
!* aJr sleeping .u.mr. nicely landscaped. tr. Realtor. N. Halo. Ph. .
i' **.thai aa*." .e7M. I and private beach on best fishing I Chicken house and rn.fri rear. I your best doctor. Ranch type a..1 try 12.50 down I'a. b.rl.ln 18.15 I 14 2-114 Br"" 132 8 Mala. phe **TT ., eat 9eideSsa 55'

alit BaaU. 0.1 lake only IS minutes drtv from city at (11.000 can be well Well furnished. Yours lo only Cosed Sturd.y. Oln A. I I I WINTER PARK rtV.e I. 10 054 ail .oe55
Pied Exclusive with Prescott V. 18.15'j 10 OF VALENCIA and IK*t MB* tit* raaf >* tail*-
furnished 2-bedrooro < aertloat
Temple DrIve
*. Fhaal.441U 14. .lt.r. Nicely Harlow O. Fredrick, 118 N. Oold.l. : 1121 N. Orlandove laorh
= . with luxurious living porch In.ncH.. Dial 8188. Broker 45 West Central. No I .-. near Maitland Underpass,. Winter o.n Full b.rl. I 1 pectlve home birlMera sti iM ste pair tiaaaa > Sal 05isa

high above lake. Finished basement "It's great to live 11 Orlando." I calls. 1 Park. 0.1 Sunday .. | with 3.5OO box .od.. then choice Winter Park Ma. as Ism Hairhtaa 4J* S Mat $**'

; .. a 2- al garage (also used .. I SUBURBAN n.. concrete block Pra. 11.250 per acre. Cavenaush.Realtors. I as S395. I'3 do... balance la ratalmonthly ixjIXMRAt arttp* Mraaa *
frame; .
Ut".f recreation 11. Has extra bower veIl S-room bungalow on a 1OO lot. Houl I .3. payments UtilIties a Lara NORTH SIDE-Roomy.
constructed -
*. bath. I.W with big shade I livable but unfurnished. A ... buy 15 ACRES -Forest City. *;pine 1 ablo A look win satisfy rarrloaa aaa tare* '
Caa small dewa bun..lo. O.kI
taa* a* hwotht
tree right dOW to the lak. T. frm. at (4.750. Rex-McGill. R..lor. 128 apples. H V..c.. Good cOt I: 1\1.41. Inc.. Owner Carriaaa <1I <. twraiatd Will aaad tupesi55'als,
hataar hk* real Yaa caa 'hrou.bou New
th true .. nOr; Pr.pla. N. 4147. Real I 672 '. Orange 2VM Psi.
frnt bore I Orange phone set Price I : Saner s 104Inibees
Sat L and newly 110.50. E _
I tan ..Otaaoe45aa; _.. dream about. (22.500.eompl.te1 on'j I rof. p.lt.d.. One.r.aa.lp..d poes{ SOUTH- Overlooking lovely I ..t.. 30" E. Curcb. (435. "O I YOU CAN PlOW BUILD a watt roiii 5545es St N 05 smAS..a >

.Utt-1aa, walklaa distance: Dbela.bl'M..L sion. Completely furnished. lake. Large frame residence. 7spaious i Suburban-3-room new house. Oft j! Sunday. strutted. 2-'dr_ bffi. iacla4- S tease 5e45ao

I aaavk well 118 X See Frank Hays with B.te Investment I' rom.. bath. lower floor. Old Apopka Highway 10 wnutnto '] 80 ACE8rn. p..tar land. Ins tile bath and attached sarao* so55 lOra'H* 051 ** > 55-

: Catttrol _* *mpl* ... Re.lle. Co. 25 W. Wubl.lol St. Lovely kitchen breakfast room Ian Orlando Shopping center. Only I .ardel . 4-bedrom modern priced from S80OO to MM .qll lin Ins ss_. taaaa Rim <* .
Iwie.. ota* Cheek sad .I. dil 2-313. Phone 5513.NORTH screened tile front porch. Also nearly (175O. balance (25 monthly. A. C. I! hou. electricity phone. Lak time only M days Rome ai. bells Cw MB Mh
I !t ,. MM. raI SIDE concrete new modern 2-bedroom frame cottage Golden. Broker: 1121 N. breetc. Bargain at IU.o with half under strict F H A ilflinlircn
Nrr-D. A.
block 3-bdro. horns with garage i' in rear lane lot. variety ofbearing ner Maitlsnd OI.Dd.. Winter I rash. Samml Realtor.Room . and Inspections Under thIs ataa M.. mftm May to.osaa. >
I get all far .
O dawa
flap ttz scioot ,potmnt. Cloe to .hoPlln. center - fruit trees. 2-car gsrsie vIta Park. Open Sunday 4. Central Arcade. 7407. 1 you pay .W.I HOB -man 4 adewaa> I Met
n-.ent reanlred. Interest only P.
fur laundry and .bo..r. twins. ..
and eh.rche Klol. p.n. 11.0. eoa a
LAKE VIEW nished. 11500. withCavenangh. Weir System. 628 NOBrR.n".h.r. full detail rail Mr Hot'a' Mat .
IwM rear old R..mull E.PD. 464. with 0 Hsrrs-Moore. let Ian Pme arraaaiB jaajt) he >a ailhiB7lJio ig'
m*** ha. aew Lately IsrOasodI.e. BUtely 2-story Colonial house with Realtors. 430. I SANITARIUM SECTION-Cottage; 5 Income last year (20.0. this .'.1 Street ? >

'I KB**, .* I***** tm I4M ft.hMBy spacious living room dining room NORTH OF LAKE IV AX HOE-2 b- room and bsth. In fine concton .UI on the tree _ _ a7 eaa* BH BBBHItaa
.* Coayealeatta kitchen screened porch downstlrs. rooms and sleeping porch Just west of Ornl. Ave. GOLDEN HAS IT- daily. Buy It quick only 1.0. EXCELLENT LAKE PROfct TtTt 9ss a*** w **-
.. Maies .. _. irado arholaaa 3 bedroom and 2 tip. Central nished. 1-bedroom new home unfurnished. easy terms. . Emerick. Realtor terms. Call J. K. Drl. . close ,.. Only aLliS t iaM aasaa Jaaiaar 14 I ttBa I Mvncowaw

. *I4M fwrmtahed.U heat modern bl. .. ttrtge.Lar . Both houses on corner lot. 610 K. Orange: dual 7348. Miller Ave. Dubsdread Section-2- 2-2463. Miami. r.. R F N Bound. Reaho c..... BWoe.7i
I Orange: 2-4>1
) . ismi term **. landscaped From (11.500. It's a bargain. Hamp SOUTHEAST SECTION-Just off b: b.b.I.. 'ot YOU-I-WAN
IpS ... .. .. .1 t e. close-in l..r' ton. Broker. 531 N. Orange. 1.NORTATBal .i laney: well built two bedroom bUD O pine floors. Corner lot. 60xlOO ft.Convenient I : .el ,1,. BUILDING tOTS SeWTfvw kaiio. 65se ide In.mets .
5.1 .. Well built and in excellentcondition. talow on corner lot In nice location. to bus and stores. Only :: : c Price 810.000- site now lu the attractive Oajh- 6 dc $5 '5Psies

.'. I". R.uoa.b1 priced at 24. block from bu Only 670.00 dowl '01 qualified OL (4.850. T.m. Immediate term Stimpson-Staton. R..ltn., dread Country Club settles Lola la 01110 1 5 4s
I 000 with tr. I con.nl.n' to school and Balance on at (39 00 per ronth e,.. A. C. Golden. Broker; Metcalf Bldg.. Phone 5159. I i' all .Izes. Close to acboel.since' baa cat) ,

stores. an estate 4-bed- Call Reggie Moffat with O. P. S.oP. 'Orlando Are., near M.lt.n4.ap.n-I Priced res tan a My rsaa st
thl .
atarli nwa plastered..1 Backel-Oheal. R..lt.1. I. .! room furnished home with l' b.1 Realtor. 6 East Pine: Phone P'S/. Winter Park 53 Acreage for Sale ternioJsnppre 2TS It Mslai fa** ajajawajaa.. *** bsramis. .
i 40-Pt-i .
m pont. mann; 1-3'5. be sold at a sacrifice. SECTION Modern well TWO o pated roaof tall
.. M .1 Aran. HEAT : .. $leea dis4 55* I-' '
taooo .., S 1 for S 00.
ahowing. you .1 be 5-room concrete block LAKE acre* on 2' Lishts. t.IePe .
Ie <
I I fTAOB rove asowa.aad .0
545 4B* *>
lss4 DryaM alt Kermaa privilege of offer. Lot & bungalow. V'1 nice living room I'M JUST AN OLD HOME-I nerd I lakes r. cm1 bus terminal W A 45'Rase 55 Ira S .555

: l*> an Otass.: .a. 119' across the front and 165 at V.DU.I bUn d.: oak floors. Copper paint and repairs: m7 material 1.5 sites Elec tries ty. S50 per acre. Broker495O- Cheney' Mtway 2n"LOTSoD so, r555405. 55 0S *5

art -A caarauaa Dutch f LAKE PN-Pl the person who rear. It wel landscaped and hassome screens. EI..tr lot. nicely land- better ion you can buy and I hate Mr. Lane with Herman Goodwin Inc. t nice Mbwrbaa !&&. sttriiity. law sws.om rtv .5! 5 6 kt

DamS. ismslHeUr farmiahad 1 ... I. on a choice t.e. McNutt-Hras- scaped. Ask for 141067Statold : two lots. I am a real buy at I OOO.Vee Broker; 677 N. Orange. 8855. grits for tech 5405 .. settled linioa *iii hw*. 55e
1 : aa*) meated aa aa* .Orlaadoa j lak*. On a high tropically land- ley. Realtors. IS W.&naol St. I V. Condlct. Realtor: 37 X. Van Hoten with Clyde Mcke. .Plb ACRES-Bit unfinished silo Franelsc R-altor 4 r.- bndai Ieelm ma c 55

BMM aawlral arMo aadrooat. erased tot. 4 bedrooms. 2 tiled baths. Phcn 5101.HORT Centra): 6137. 10 W Central2-4775. I Large rooms A tive-away toi:i I! Irs_Arcsde 7407 rtw>*ra Win -M' a*. nt-s *ixso *

4 La awa laaoi.. I' ..t irs *.... I i lane bytes roam r'.e'r UIVERI HEIGHTS Partly fin I OU-OPTOWN-O'WNR mus-sell. price andJermsHintoiiRealty.| leo FT. ON rro *>(.>. a*- Sad vga IB** 50.0 .*>
BMBIBC ta plant and 2-car of Lake Ivanhoe .
: .. for $12505. Term* slatted shades fan.room ro.frame hou. Can b fufh.d. .uot. 10-ACRES u.-or Road .. 180 ft oa lane lake Meal fee UprIss a psos.p5 5m-'ee i .
attic Fur-
: o.nlunb.d Slo.I. .nt. purchased a* for (110O crPof tourist cabins S
... Realtor. 140 pointment. S. with Unfurnished (7850. I c.sh 1.I.hbrho.u. lot. Key at Clay- 125 per .er. . i Jurt oat of thy WaS droan 505
I MIS.a pseisMaias tmMtLMM Robert Ro.n .traitor. 13 W. nb.4 150. 531 N. Orante. Real Estate. E. .u.h. Relor. 5613. Inspect make j i 132 S. : phone 6977 take 1"5 than S1OOO foe deed aa*.
R .
L1:55 I' .'..al.nt H.m1ol "Open Sunday. ._, _ _ _ I 10 ACRES 66O ft. on road Conway Jeet, ,. to mortgage Wm Math** 0, 51

kAkt : WINTER PARK-Nice three OFF DELANEY-Paved street. New. !, Section school bus and -
Fleoaaathaaa NORTH EAST Frame 5 and 84S'1 .I.'rct.
I & roma I frame bungalow with very Full ( I IRealtor. I BniLDTNO LOT In
(ha* eaa **a- bath furnished. cor.r. 71. C.yb.DI. daily mail dor. Very fin lad saod laeatiaai
[ (*- was sees _. .trait PARK-Very 8 lovely corner tots much kll.l. Unn.room fl.plac,, dining 5613. partly cletred .Ith . stream Priced for cash PaveS a LCAI 80.1 frl' lane 217 8-Star
._ eairkea .1 pch. 2-.r ATTRACTIVE about one corner. This ia an unusual tract
tea* haadaaate I buntalow: up shrubbery. Paved street. COUNTY home
of other
.. the I construction oakI fr.t 4 acres tea minutes out. 3 bed- j and worth more than the .
pre-war : Terms. System 628 Pine, i 119'0 .
pl : W.1 priced low for cash. Johnston -
I. ea>*y a I floors II.u. roof: good closets: dial . E I i'I rooms. i's baths. Cheap livint. On ask for H. Terms (100 d..1 55. Country Property far Sale 04 am. rv PsUelef rm.esL6
.. ". .11.OR : Broker e W. Church St.
H.nr. month. MrKMvey. Real Room
: tile .ho.e. automatic lake road. Citrus csmphors i ipalms. lt.t.
p 'lsrenlatwita.. ...1.tM".- heater: easement windows and .1 VITA- from Orlando I 134. 1I | .pnr It through Claybautn 8- I 64 E. Central Ave. COUNTRY PROPERTY .UK. |*M Ii In

>*- p.l.o (faaa Iwralshaad window-all. ; shade tr..s (17.500 OO: 01 .t..t. 6-room WINTER FARK Let us show yon Realtors. 5613. 180 east terms. 4O ACRES-Frontint nice l Art Asher Peter. Realtw 5e team th* miani taaarth ss 65

.. a. all _a."'_ same terms. Ask Henson. "D..lo.. Electric kltb.D. S675O i tbl three bedroom home h' fin i ii TOPS-2-story MMtland. I4OOO term Ashes; e.obAblyknous"enral sad Mass ta Pes, fbjaaal
I 05.5 Tvtee .h. balance rent. KingReal lot 102x420 feet. ; i b4: :
wIth HattIe Williams. 21 1. -
.n.- .ehll. : i bedrooms each Realtor.I 24786. Corner Central BEAR LAKE 3 lake,. assy aa* at WBBJB km
S Fm S-M { Estate. 8435. right at (7.500. See this I today. Call I tatc
St. Fhont 8106. 3 1. Cburch J Main be 5 mer P v 8505St
.hltOI. for guests Good electricity aiailabt
-. [I Sunday.ORANGE of salesmen. 'outo. 11.0. SMO cash ta-
any O. P.
tVawMAC LA&1hlIW-3-1.dr.s. 0 01 S.OI .. rani 55505 deal am
I Realtor.bOEaat Pine .I.e. .. 5S1. 500 ACRES of new land for ..te., Ours J. A Neal wt aIde mt bent
\ hwa****)*) lar** -. room with LAKE LUCERNE SECON-o In. MMORI SECION-3 : | : melons. Will cleared for next La '. 2 miles aorta at Lartftart.FARMD.0 win 5555 55 ,o aoo 'IsS.
*. I 1,,i-x. Liming .I. reatrolaeaiMk Bungalow. .rlhcd i "dr. ..10. R..d. WINTER PARK-6-room frame bun-i melon crop "rent for season Fl.. ta e ilS 5.55 05iucist
*.. Otteai. brtese- living "'lb front 1'. 813. Fred O.rr. 113 galow and bath: screened porch. I I I' ready to plow. Stale droves.Z'Uwood. coneS huoeaom ma.
.. rom. Ir.plae. HAS I1Dtfbsdresd It
Sac i. : r 4328. city water and lights. GEN O.nt at best We at*** 1.55 ihish
J-e* ..e tare* lot. Don wirh. l. i C.nrl Newly painted
l.. .brbbl. ._, dlriduai
.-. w-. ana 4 Iteahar ( ORANGE and redecorated-nice and clean II i ii tracts of It aero to 4 t oman af sjrtv **<0 fee** :55
. m. & ol. 4 furnished well
BL3 T T. room 2500
ac I
aad B O.,! > 205 Main.LAKE tot i Price ( .10. (1.225 cash b.l.n.e ACR1ld' blothaI'mlp reseat la the sow I a mow la *51.5015 5 'he "a-tew I feata* a '- 045l
h.h house. Only
b. built On paved dlantowa dutrict.
red camasMo
like I..s.
with plenty Price Thomas with J. P. i< 5 'anst 5
I I.d. 185.W. ( terms. A. C. Golden. per Strlplint with M. J control-no flood.
32. Brok.r Fraat kaiaed
K. 145 N. Main: lr. at costS las. H A r
irT4' & BECTIOM A Pc. Et.t. 2.1 I. M.los. :809. Orlando Ate ( .Maitlaad j i . S. Main: phone 6977. mInimum Richly prodwetl. Mam. i
to*. a b.drsoma SUE SECTION Orange Ar. Lake Underpass Winter Park Sun I hI. Iee I'll S bem.e
I WIKISND1E:132-1 ; open 6000 ACRES OR BETTER One to pay eva '. .*. ees- Pr55
I ., I.'hharaaawa ORLO VISTA. Lincoln Ave.-1st .. day. the finest cattle ranches close 500.00 per acre-easy term. **t =O =seiS. 'Mesa
I om . .. 150 D. Way I Winter P.k. house on second block. 5room.'fur.fished f park. ( ._ patio and barbecue pit now aa October la alaataaa Uaaa
. Ian .. alt or house; &entertain your rn.n.tile floor. Orl.ldo. SP.d pastures t.1 Write wire, or phone
ROd lA.aM
,. .ut. "J. of Wine Pll ulf.rnlh.1 t.m. I loading shoots 9t9M
hs. b.r.
too _- To, Z 1 B extra J. W. afternoaabathing IndMStries.
'O. & 'o. .dj"UD" lt..op..1. card D.tl. o.r MEW 2 AND 3 BEDROOM bnoosequIte Al fenced. A banatn at tlS Ine_ Owner* Hiaata*.
C i. hay cat Mr. dock for
Bntk U. Property to by 12112 your I I' it-aa
N.tos. !iu13UaPhoa.a.2.rs! tatoiiaa
b.h. finished inside. Move in acre. A'so I have a lOOO-aere placeworth
;4MU UU*. Pool Ewat. i the awner.Mew beauty contests and swimming :
'. 3 concrete brick home. ORMAKOR bedroom bUD'.- parties AH of this surroundedwith finish It yourself and save bavin eto. hi. See H. EWhe FARM-4 mile _,. I* art** >- re.
.c'I".Y Fall ro. I and masonry con thousands of dollars worth of money. Lane tot. electricity, water i .t. with shower tiled rooms central nearuiOre. bus and (2385 00 Co. 2O E bouse Thl e e r.. M14TM
anU. prepeny
U.r.bOL : 'P.eo. stately palms and rare ahol. W.hln.tl 8 Pfon. 61. rsmalne M
. BXTtOOC BCCTIOM 1704 ,': llb.b.n. floor no.furnace blnda: "lor overinc.Oarate Rambling cement .hrbb.. to 1288 0. Cub ,rm. to re- or2-26i9._ ._ __ i every lI.t"lloo aumeraa* Ie meaikaa
m S bidi* ... arrteaed .tl.1 more rear of 2 stalls: .rt .
I.ond.! Owner George King You hate Rlrbaed B *V 17-40
I closet tile living plabll BAROAIN-20 acres of land. (2.800. I : Is.
space. i .I-2r'ir.
I rsim. .kttchoa ..| arieen parch aa the front I room and barbecue. Price 12.0.. !i I room r'dinint room envy fireplace. j' 10. Washington St._ _ _ two c.h. balance (30 per month taroa. Oraaa X-4MB -550555 I aaolk
atiaslaoi psom. C. R. Realtor.
I sara4 waaary ap.dO I Em.rcl. modern . tonS i Unfinished 5-1 f trade for good ear I OR VZANDHOM&Ql7 om 40 *Baevas m'
I mi im aloeuai eaton heater. { tartt* with laundry .. Orange 7348. br.l.n nook tXTUSPECA- Wi .1 plt.p. 8
: i Av. :I parlor faclnt . I, with 7 extra lot,, N. Garland. acres. 4 la
Mi laa an**** Catwralahed pInnlandscaped ..a(by expert ao..r. toilet I .31 _ _ _ _ tra-**co ea* aaadlion. *-
om landscape 1 and I..or. 3 lovely bdr. 2.. bl.h shade tree ia Conway .UOD : in the right bra < Also -' fraaao ea r-= *MM I. .. .swan Price 'U. approximately .cash ORWTJT MANOR-Nicely furnishedbuntalow. f.cl . . tile b.tl. furl... i r e from city line city .te. ABU5CUS lake high and : fair' repair Price Mry .4 S ) ta ***> a*

4 . Pe ether ,p 2 bedrooms b.rd.o rom. heat to all. rm. conditlonin electricity ei'y bus. 3 blocks. 8101 dry ( to 9 mile. from town. ''. Call Mr. Phillip wIll a> amewat V Coax
: KaUt aCHOOC aCTlOiTKlcely call Winter Park ltm.at floor throughout .t.< fan steel c ement window and store eloae. Real . Price Abut and lI'.ton. }I.a.-.If Side Phone illt) C-wral 01 -

(p faraasapd I fwam tram* haataww. 2.6R I tion automatic ell B.all tile window sills bisement under some one that can finish house and R-altors .h 70 E. Central.men.PhoneA. LAKE- NT'--40 tsooerarav I'wv <-?-...

I: Lat lndalil ft ateaiy trait tree fully landscaped 1OO 't lot. lrl I rear of house Closets conceivable has '3.85 cash Exclusive with Mr. .re.. 9518. beautiful lake. 3'. ar.e mile Par m d Iseaoo .'a 5'
P>wd. fa o0 at Maaa Otraer leoylac r b.n. orange (13.5OO. :I I ase. Frontage feet ,I C.r.r. rut af tI .
1 LANCA81ER FARK-Nestlmt amongthe possession. Hark.. Fred- : rwn- O'.r.-1o. 10 J I Winter Park. 2 mile Wort a af Ckawt .55 S. 0s
far M-II12
nine bark Into lake Pine 81.:
%S- ) ) 11 I T tens S yr. old bungalowxusonry. nek..$ N. Orange. Dial (1(8."Its rights In lp.I.D''< 2-238. 531. 'Ranches and Timberland !; Kiahway. Smell two iaey fiaaw 1' Is. 50515u145
: = : Three bedroom; full tile treat to live la Orlando.ORWIN .. II I S Dica. .dol. CHARMING. WRITE Frame bungalowwith home. Livable bat *>M .romtaa 1 '
!.p ;-rUU aulo oat bath: parquet floors; central heat.Th I to. Dr.words O' have, yon tots of. .110. are*, pak 7000 ACE Sarasota county. On acre of ..n... One af ta* aaaat '
IMT* oaraor .. -bitr..m hoaat not done Js floors place cornerfrom beautiful andelope propertie
yea ought to ae. J.t .roUd acre improved
I C. H. A 1..1 porch-with MANOR-Lovely 2-bedroom I tire &this property. Price ( Edgwter & .nte. Rag pasture.p..4 ro. 12 No to Orlando. sin OOO term na7 I

healon. .' t Preach MI.e Ir. on* of the frame bungalow living room with with .t.rL Exclusive with FrankCreb six roomt. Price 185. . Mor- better ranch.o 1'11 bous. per tia1771atst.: 3n *f 0.... *.
itaikiaslHB. S roiims. bit tile fireplace bath with tub and Iltol. 057 Mma B.II.: skI with O'Hsrra Mor. _.. Oood .au. Pord. Realtor. I ILAKI
T. D b.n shower. furnace. cooling fan.laundry phone .. Per.
psom_ aese05_-ah.taua Yotal Ion lbs . sit,.* .. 1m. oiL barbecue pit. I 2-170.. Ir.tID 2-O788. Ce .1".Ia IItITLIR CIIAU5aaiow. -.. I I -
artr 4m class 10. .Io..e
lake Y HOUE Clone _.
1" b.bt In Good .t. '.
.. .
J M.. alms. 10 citrus tress.Laite WINTER PAHS mOB 5
.. .J.. I f. .c Emerirk. 1.lto. 100x135. quick sale .t. walking bungalow with 2 large bed- 54. Utt for Sale acre la tract: IU' lake traa. beat

lsata J oa a. .Broker. 90 .1 !_ .."0. ._ Telephone i Stirred at 113 f.. IFo. fur- .di..rp'from t.w.in one of We roams and sleeping oorch. 2 large boat house and dork Ma etrraitaa"eal
.. _ _ _ FRONTOMIf bedroom*. I Including ..I.hb.h. tots with (otpn.* plnl and other BEVERLY ..t'' permanent lame or r.MV ?
LARaFROtrT- thr. We.tl.bou..b r.-irr 2 Mory. SHOR1SBul.l.
: J. sleeping tow price 5..r' bo. .nD.nl.l. water are dowa V750: teran. lawaaa wit I
I I KTO ii._. Lara la*. MM (had*. Small 4. -1 U5.' er. Owner-occupied and 1..1 immediate" I furnished .se.Dt klheD eoull- . arasea "..nl- this beautiful section build year R: Matiox. IU_IlL Mate *aoa.KORTREAST .
*a -dlotrtet 8l8 oa. I No city Mn.nL. Holder r.lb seen to b "or.ltr. I ings. Bug service. Price 84 75O .Mc- new home while .n are town. _. "
W. t. with C. possession gas had. See Oeo. F. i 11 mUe*
W. buy
tl I Ill 0
t7t r .,rt .. O.. Batehelder. &. 28 I Washlattoa Brass 1.1'. b. $ P C.llr.1 Pb I A.C.rlo..s.rUo..1 Smith W'" .12.0. I I N.ttB.ul.Y.. Re.lor 15 W. Wash, W.le W. Roe Investment Co. 49 N. 560 F seed paved road. Br

n -I .M St. 2- 1$. PI. WlntP Park 659. A.d. .I In.ta Pn. nOl. Ave. Orwln, Manor office 3356N. I trtcity 8-r om tmaae so riu.."

Orange A. tree*. 12400 tern*. RIM.* m aU.- -sfl- fl05.45 p50

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... .. . ... -..-.-. i* Ru|_Estse; : Vanted I b-1. Cusmts. Opportunities 63. Mortgage Loans 69. Work Wanted-Femae! 15. --L'sed Car for.- .-Sale .S._ Trailers-Trucks for Sale 16.__Trailers-Truck for_Sale r. ...HitJVLY -

.( HA\C: BL.IH* *.i-n. Bring or LACKDRT Modern small profitakio. AUDITOR AND BUY with experience BCICK-I940 Super 4-door sedan BANTAM TRAIRNc.See .1 '1073l 30' LESS WEIGHT VHC aw.

..',,*. in 001 lUaHot M K. Church. t ls. ExpwMnced OrnUl Uundnman can loans for position. 947 Ara- condition. Colonial Movers I'I'p..let > I Sato now at. frank S-ed m it** *
double preient S300 week by adding i building buying mor.. rehn.ncn.- son Ave.. Winter Park Ph. 881 M. j i 129 Colonial Dr. 2-0333. CIIEVROI.Et-1941 truck; I ton. I i Sala. 201 N. On.1 !
Price $495.: Sam's Auto Wrecking .
I ... .
Good '
truck. Debt free. tlOO rent. or see Joe O. .
waattna groveaoaa .. COLORED do your laundry [ BUICKS-As well aa other makea. I Co 8. Kufal._ I $200 DOWN &I "u I .
f1ll1. around climate.S1T.400 Washington WOMN.I 2'10 I
OoQd "
miisruoa sod S.. For lt Ihon. 1111. at Ph. 24327.Prompt I Nice selection. Buick Co. from .
caab halt cash. P. O. boo OrDa I II
as sale tot with F. A. At. or Service. lt I H Dean Ross. Ave CHEVROLET 19f It Perfect of new sod used trailers 'IO-

,Watll4P._. 201. tau Oallle. fla. i HOME LOANS-.To buid. purchase I I Phone 5410; after 6 :i.0:3':64 I condition. See E Central from. Up to 30 sluaths .p X AI

ICOfl010 Tars. S-.bed- LAUNDRY BELT BERVICX: Doing (I relinsnce and service. -'I CLORE GIRL wants housework Avenue. __ i pn rent? Frak f .. .I ,

-. ......... riouM Win POT SI2OO to S13OO per month dorms Reduced col. Complete plaa mor.lo. :518 South Westmore BUICIv New 1942 : gleaming 4-dooT 'b1 ", DODGE 1946 tractor, 28' Sabers 251 N Orange Troll
.f P..OO Paaoa November.MrWMO. dull High class location service Including plans, . : DAILY
on in preacnt arajon I finish, Olin's Used 242 N. Orsni.r trailer low mileage ao oda- LIFE IN A Soartaa Manor b* .
noodwiB) |.' Broken In Buy land building and equipment specifications and house model. Winter COLLEGE SENIOR desires pan time Ave Phone tion. Also Farmail trsctnrnih the right manner New .* "
U 0.05. _% for S24.OOO. y/itb terms. Plrasc Park Federal Savings A 2,14. _ equipment and
L.n'' employment, can type. 342 mowing power at S2SS3 Frank Steel It25L_ .1 -
I .MTf TO .UYVhooM .rooT oroMfcooal come to office for details. Exclusive AssO 224 Park Ave.. Winter Pak. Winter Park.CAPABLE C.1 BUICK-1939 Small size sedan. Go take off Pb. Mr. Yel'llon. D 201 N Orante Blossom r:
N 1$ P wrl_ Elf cash la I7OOOHMgi with Buttes Investment Co., 35: W I condition. See at Eola Battery .. Land 983-W._ I
4F& I. rv r W. WanhlMtoo 6t LOANS all types of property long BUSINESS woman-bookkeeper 515 y Garland J I
row pmiimao.a j on ; _ _ _ _ I -
lon wheel
FORD 1939 I'a ton.
.* awoim 1Mb ..... . and I short : immediate office manager statistical ,
&& I II iI or terms; low "i .
MOTOR COURT Located on Highway finance position al CADILLAC- J338. base Flat. Cab over enIIO. Good BUY HERE WITHCONFDENCE .
: ". f. O. Boa s"k. Harlow G. 118 : I.slr. respOnl- sls..h.el0' I
I W 441 doing n thriving 511110,15wIth Prdrt S-3tmr. ..n.rtlbJ. condition. .49 0. O .
s. N. Orange .p-
I room for expansion. A Trailer Ar. Ibon. 'bI j 11 P.Ut job tires and radio Call 7310. cial steel winch with 0 -4 :

r. ii.. BWPo-i.u i I Court could be added at small ex I I S LEGAL SECRETARY Wit I.nl frame low mllrsce. $.00 00. Gabel I : 15 : .

I 17.1 := 3-S.4r..i* ..-. A good business property I education, experience ability CHEVROLET 1936 coupe. Excellent Construction Co. Waehous. Mercedes I"C
SN .....s. tc. I Come In and talk I'.over with us i I REA1 ESTAT LOANS Low cash ,10! write correct English: presently condition. New tires good paint. Avenue.. Phone 4073._ 1942 BUICK Roadmostwrj I

c01s..1S 5051.1. 4.. -- Illneas forces sale. C. R. Emerick.Realtor. or refinance home .mplllM. .Ih. to make emplor- 23OO JMsemater Dr. ,, FORE>- flat bed 7'xl4'. j radio. S 150 01'

610 N Oranai Ave. Telephone and businees property The Trust RIX 220 S-Star CHl'ROLET194iInw: tr.d. dual 1933tU motor. $395 ("sops I O..f
; ; Ml tmmTK ATTXNTION and 7348IIEIOHBORHOOD Department of First National Bank Bargain Lot. cor.. Garland ..ndAm..h. |1194 DESO C-.n.whn C. .
TYPIST with knowledge of -
second .
nooiu, I..> .. at Orlando bo"k..ep. Ave. ,
,loSt procwrtr w hktoriH : GROCERY and for. Ing. desires permanent position. _ _ _ _ ._ _ _ radI.I
Wilu lUaltoi. 21 W I
*-.<_ 'Plum' tie*. meat market-Best buy on today's WANTEP-Private party to invest Box 209. 8t.rEXPERIECED CHEVROLET 1935 Tudor sd.nRoD POD-l935 paseiThelivery. A good 1943 STUDEBAKE8 S .
market Price reduced to $4000: good, good rubber and paint. on. See .t Lola Battery COw c. 'i
101.. terms If desired Mr. Potter withHerman. $10.000 at good interest in a .o and d..nd.bl girlto Colonial' Motors 1239 E Colonial: Dr N. Garland. 5t radio. I =- .,

Nntm dons and. hvolnvu proiooi Good,,,. Inc.. Broker: 677 I Box growing 221 business. Plenty of .go to beach .I'h f.mlr somothers 2-0353 ___________________________ FORD_ -1932_. Panel. motor. I
*_ 4 $ 'f"> >,l*. If >o oanl to a.U N Or.n.... 9855 I 55ta. helper Cal 9632 CADILLAC 1939. Like new. Central Oo 1941 BUICK Viper S5. r. .
tires and body Ideal
.. P..l o.i, I r>a r .*..ro oaltiB4 Rich- WANTED $9.000 on country property. Florioa Motors. Jefferson and Gar- r .' Sr.
SIU ora N KOMCM IMalWr In Ii Or- title. Could reduce princi 70. Work Wanted :Male 1510. dial 2.2424.CEVROLT1m. i c.rp.'e. Coionial Motors. 1239 E. Special .
II Inured _ _ 1&Bt'C .. 5
It4t .... J ._ TRAIL- 175 s'c Box Dr. 2-O353______ . .
ORANGE BLOSSOM am-.nu.1 I Tudor. A-l con- GMCton :11941
pic-up. Fully equipped CHEVROLET
ta. BEAUTICIAN-Veteran desire employment ... and clean .1 $"
_*, I ( OpportunUletAt in beauty .. Nearly new never loaded See Coach. ra4to. I r
tlSI4Iws. :JOG feet on Highway 441. Improvedwltb remate" Exprl- throughout. Owner 1715 Dauphin St.
Wanted 1 at R. S. 400 N. Grass Dial
t..s =
furnished bungalow tUeJp eared in styling. Telephone E..ns
n new = '' .
.4 I COVaVra. c.'AaUla. Cafe. Gas living dining room large CHEVROLET 1940 AIIe.1 station 4771.MOUSE._ 1941 FORD Super Zlo1 deW. .
. . -..-. Hot.t* Koaoru KcpauaXoru kitchen.room.3 bedrooms batb. 2 porcheaand il[ COMPETENT STENOGRAPHER CAPABLE MAN. 40 experienced in ..; Sell or and Alma in .
ns_ !..o 72-poat UmcBminrM pOrt. outbuildings plenty of < manent employe. Phone 7126 for I bousing office mo'Irr. job supervising body A-I condition. Call County32R12 good TRAIR-24-t.. K. OcalaUmatilIa.Fla. 1940 FORD 2 door. au-uJO t' "

..%_ C"._. oe.- car for trailers or cabins. $9850 I appointment. | designing, "SUm.11 Ltoad'. corner and highway ._5180. : .. 'ci
01'r. 00s.d ..01s ...tr tt* ouUiaatfiM values Some terms. GIRLS-To train for telephone operators. and personnel desires lod connectlon. 441. PLYMOUTH 1938 A-l condition 1941 LINCOLN ZEPHYR
a ...t.. Mouod Lens lattaco 1VUOI. Experience helpful but Outneceossry. Box 485 L. Rt 3 cArI.LC 1947 "62" Sedanette. ; PANE. painted .

*' 115 ....... DePt B. ;3j$'. W Hall Bros Agency.. Realtors. 1)3 N. II Good working conditions EXPERIENCED caretaker and maintenance equipped with all : $ rfent: Paint Shop. 1938 PLYMOUTH .
Tourwf -
(_ tr r O *oc 3M1. Ortaodo. Florida Tcle- Cadillac accessoriesBeautiful 2-tone 3. :1.t 0 t
S Orange Ave. Ttl. S189. special benefits. Apply '| man dt ires employment. 2640 . i II IIi .
: . phone Corp.. at Kissimmee.HOUSEKEEPE1IWlilte.. I'I Part or full time. Box 207 SStar.HOUSE pearl grey and green finish. Fleetwood PLYMOUTH- 1936 pickup trncksl 11537 0151a :
TO JOMIjilttPABt aARAGE ....1 I' Live InMORRISON'S interior. S at R S. E.aDI 400 i OLSMOBI .
See .t 910 Kohl Anoue.
CLEANING Lawn work and N. Orange Phone __
.S. I'S a ia'a id I>*HM ojamrtcra. on aaauiirallo family of tM" Phone 4849. I 4771. ..
ort.r, botvooa Orlond. and I chauffeur in private home. 6<0'zi CADIC-19.62"-& PALACE. 18' Reasonab7i'pa1Egood I I IB11TK
TRAIL-Large. 4-or 'L'
%uttt Pars .Xor. (,.. shop S3i6ilarai ORANGE BLOSSOM Suitable for stores. CAEWA I i S. DI..110D.MAT sd.n Original condition. Completely furnished HARLEY W A DSWOH
ckxe-ln site. I attractive .cu.1 mi. .
loaraiotiaa ... and mudrrnM and trailer park COTTER paint and .. covers. c. MRippy, Fine Grove Cabins- Sli North Orange .
: tourist cabins tens traininr. High school educationlequtred. i -Desir* permanenti .
s. *. aS Excellent molor. Sell equity for 1675. -
:-"T WC:1or Property now has some improvement , Paid vacations hospitahxatlon -i I reliable F.lrl. .
I SUOiau, *- luiuro ,' vterorir: Earls Sunoco ', South STUDEBAKER-1941, ton pickup -
I1e ... .. This Is a wonderful opportunity insurance for employes. Apply 'erE No. 31. Sel 23 Eat a *. '
Ins -.e. MorSels. I St. 4..4.
truck good tires new paint. 51.1VIrginIa :
for home. Investment and In- Mr. Crowley.OFFICE j Park.i P .
.... I -
tS 05510. 7915 Ila: 100
call 2-0642. Ask for Mr. Fer- I CHEVROLET-1946 4-door Dr _ _ I I :_
ellA ..,... lama on nt and borneoceM cem GIRL-Hours 9 to 5 Pi F..tme I 5S
11 ruA15s .. c.... 1 bslacs 10 7,5,1 ,,"01. to show. J. A. L. Ohio Real noon Saturday. Phone 6115. i and advancement POSITION-Maintenance security finish.sedan.Fully Beautiful m..t.Uc maroon SPARTMA'ORSo easy to tow QUALITY CARS .
tIstSs > ..... kraitora Estate, 108 S. Court. orT 5869. equipped ,1. mile- I.. the new
; 11* L RobM MB
.. man for hotel. hospital school or are Can be seen at R. S. E..ns 400 Spartan Save $767 new model. t:
.*, otoj >.n$ _ ._ STENOGRAPHERRECEPTIONISTMust > office lulldlll. sppliancesalesmsoffset N Orauge. Dial 4771. Frank Reed. 201 N. Orange Blossom 1947 OLSMOBUZl" Sedso501 *0.51. ( wO. t.
****** a IftkroOO' Market and PARTNER, active or inactive for be capable in shorthand. Rex painting supply Trall. R.eo. hdr..Uc. Ca a. r1 5 .
..... aieadiy: growing permanent. business. prlntnc. CHEVROLET Station wsgon-4l. Anesceptionally ..
'p p5s MnsS MIl so 501 I I McGill Re.I'.. 128 N.. Orange. restaurant. photography mile*
<._.t *t Md MoltS ...ty to .....,. Excellent earnings on S5000. SECRETARY In office. th..e plumbing experience: modern d..n e. L. mileagecar. SPRTAY-hol of everyone who onr f '
A l Aatuaym Monroe a,. CicrCAl'fV investment. Box 222 8-Star._ pleasing eotr' and arts and Bible work. Local' refer- 751 1295.. Wykygyl ) 751 N Save now at FrankReeds 1147 CADILLAC "H" Soda.. 5p5. I ."
m.01 71. Sew | I. Deeter. 300O Green Mis. 2-2174. Trailer Sales. 201 N. Orange i masse radio wfctis-side .
Parlor. All Harold
--J" POOL ROOM and ability to meet public; accurate typing : ences. Blossom practically .
,i stock and equipment; five pool. and and shorthand necessary. Knowledgeof | St Harnloburg.PsSALESMANExperienced._ __ CADILLAC Tril fI
46 614door
I MLOIf.lteled snooker tables: drink boxes: ceiling desirable but I..d.n STREA5ILITE51O1UfRAILER Super
Very medical terminology I
with car. White wall tires, radio PACAP. Cu.
a ; 863 N Orange: 2-2488 from 9 6.
I beer desnensersaad to
0>MO the IIM SMM laaea U i hester Two keg desiring permanent Pllsltlonn.et 212 .
P11.1I .51. .atu
p.'. M W. Willis Mia. olO. location: moderate rent AU 13500.i 199 SStar.SECRETARYEaprlel. :1 VERAN. 28. just out of service. I .hrre want it. Buy now at PACKARD .. ,
i IA_ Primes. Broker. Winter Garden.RESTAURANTS ed. desired d..lr..tedy employment Eligible < Frank Reeds TrneI S.I. 201 N 14 drive sod C. . h a. .
- DODGE 1940 sedan. Fair condition.
vsliS. nnrmw. Can -Several nice Orance citrus canners for on-the-job training. Prefer selling 01'.10. Blom Trail.SPARTANEngIneered. I -
b... rns hIM! rmu way .. I Lv,. _elos. Cin. Starting in Winter Haven In reply slvoeducatlon. Job. Box 208 S-Star I $695. "BarUI. Lot. cor. Garland like a 14 CADILLAC "63" Serfan.

5r111155.T ass Pnsi .a..1'_ ondCentral at SSSOO. Ir Pot.r &Ith Herman age exoerience. personal' i and Amel. liner For a lifetime of .. 1.r 'T' _It-
55.190 5ie Ia Ploriaaron G.. .. : 677 N. Orange; references and salary dur. Position 71. Airplane Sales and Service DESTO194 Convertible Coupe. Sa. "n brand new models. "r.nl 1941 PONTIAC 2.0. .

05s1 .,. w* have tin feUowuxbuslneso offers unusual opportunt.for : like new. a one Reed Trsiler S.I. 201 N. 1941 FORD CoYlb. I. ." .

bil15t155 ,.r RESTAURANT Personal loans reuiro qualified ....on. ERCOUPE-1946 Total 50 hours. 2way owner car. "BaC.1 Lot," cor. Garland Blossom Tri. 1939 BUICK Special Z. c.* I
I I a am.M nsumep. fabrto sale of well paying beer CLERK-Must be radio perfect condition 13350Write and Amelia. .
4S154 5555U1. ....--.. nn restaurant oa N. SAL ;I POBox 45'1 phone APOD- ,_
win I department atore. Ir
: -- ::;: Pi 555 5.1 Ie --Pwo..1vs&v.i.aM siajiou.l product. of ,Orange Ave. Fixtures II.ted and bus..es In Ladies-Ready-To-Wear and rel.lee 153461 OOE-I39---. Apply n-.O;i TRAIERI TRAILERS! : These. ur. par sold .lb., .,M-dat seed (care waranlee. -
: : priced at S6.0OO for quick sale. Satislactory Items. ENGINE m. 41 Grovehill Court j
a A II. sos .. Bvuldma I Inlulr. LaU1 TWIN r.tt. on Grumm.1 I _ _ _
... -=.= ... $55 511$ --.an ... lease available. Rex-McGill. Co. Leesburg F.. I I Widgeon land sea and .. ESSEX-1930. 2 new tires. conditionfair 1947 M SYSTEM. New! 3 different I J. C. McKELLAR. INC.

Ins snsm.es $1S ... iNot in doing Orarocery. Realtor 128 N. Orange. phone 4147 W only nef Veteran training. Orlando AI.to.i Leaving town must sell 95. sizes' -21', 24,. and 27','. We "YOUR PACKARD DEALER" ,

_. i' SEPTIC TANK PLANT Operating? AIEa..rl.Dc'. . Country Club Pb. Winter C.I Winter Park 164-J Invt your comparison on any trtU..r

., 1 Ye Backlog of orders? Yes! A Ave.POSITIONS. for your money. Get an FSB111
I SS,555 7 miles cenW | Orange FORD-l935 .d.n. New
Ave. MO
*.< urlosido ot bas hiahwayiatwraotiioai money-maker Yea' The property IsIncluded. that pay good are plentiful -:i 7%. Autos-T rucks for Rent ton 5350 Phone 4-or 4:1. Bo System and you get the best Young aTrailer j 342 N. Orange P
Orange Blossom
dolM Mtlendtd. boatness.a . The price is ruson.bl. for beauticians Let us teach 1938T 5.1. Tr
... mutimmy lor hustltna essol.iia. .. Preacott V Steele. Dial 2-1008; 45 Florida Beauty College, Jackson CAR-RENTAL INC-HlEh grade Insured FORD Mechanically at Amelia. Ph. 2-0935.: C

"<< oW Call 0 Harra-Moore. I' ..t Central._ you.ville. Florida cars by week or season to "rf..et... and i Central Garl.nd.Florida dill Mlo. j I 'E
...iI5s M* I PlM 75.. .. -.04J4a '1 AND A : responsible people. Call 6159. 36 W. '
SODA FUNTAI GRI Livingston Axe i 938 Tudor Must ; TRAILER ft hot' I
IaleAGET. -New Moon. 25
M PAOMOC VTOMK. Restaurant lod. 65.Ilelp FORD . SI2S.
\anted- . '
Piu>ii| oM ..... Uvtna ouarteraMAUTT fountain and grill that Is grossing on I DVARNER U-DRIVE-IT-Drive It i East i water* ..nnl. other accessories DON'T READ THIS
01.14.4 D.l.. ........ ....&Ana.ftIe the average of S100 per day. Located AU.t.l. Insurance Co. yourself: low rates: by mile or day. I FORD-1942. Very clean very low Most see II .. 1228
...... 0...... p..rh. "1&. in one of tho best bus.ne. sectionsla 10lanlz' by Sears Roebuck and D. Varner t-Dr..I. Inc.. 234 W j jCentral exact mileage. E."pton.1 buy at Isney St Ph 6320 .c.. .
Orlando. Can purchased at CI. for an aggressive Ave. $1095. Martins Usd C.. 101 N. TRAIERUsd New American 01 R_ .. .
.. o.nn. UNLESSYou
. .5.- -ee- :'UJ2= the ridiculously low f'lur. of 10.0.I man 28-38 sales experience. HERTZ. DRIV-UR-SELP SYSTEM- \ Slain 8409.FORI94. f. gas. 'lhr > .

._*, 4t1.s 015I ........... .. III or..... 1-3 down payment ... ters Successful applicant will be 'I Trucks and passenger cars for rent t Club COUI Fully equip rOMS innerspring Inst tress. 8IHJ. *94 QI0' '
Is. takes beautiful business. Zuss- thoroughly trln..c to sell automobileInsurance by hour day or week. Low 375 j I I.. miles .> SO complete New 19 .
ratl. DrlvD .
T.- pd. want to buy car.
MKM new. (4MO. maa .ti Clyde McKenxie. 104 W.Central tU receive a guaranteed -I N. Orange phone 2-4064. I I'I seen at R. S Ev.10 400 N.Orange ft. J1495. New II..Cal Crls.r 27 ft. a L .
osaik Move ... .tb .
sood lease.
Income the very first day. Phone 4771. all aluminum $ dollies -
rbiaaroan Act .... Claibaugn.lamr 2-77S._ Unique method of operation assures JIM CMI t-DRIE-I 47'';' A. | fans. etc. Anekney You Want to sell a car. I I
souAMTTI iitwRvxcz MARKET M..a. unlimited prllspe ". Other employment 'I c.r. e k Gr' FORD-1934 4-door sedan. For lowprice j I. 8. Orange Blossom Tri. 554 1 .. .
i and .: one of sbwt renewal credits.Profit month. Competitive rate. 904 N. j i transportation see this car S.I. T.1 ,
PA5LOR.-a5 MW eqp. market.rorrl.Is being offered for benefits Include Hos- Orangedial 24521.OLINS Colonial Motors. 1239 E. Colonial Dr.: |I U. S 17-92 _ _ _ _ 2s.rs9'550'
aao* iaasslsoi location. Bargain with a Sh.rnll. Group Life and TRAILERton.. Will sell for i7C.n \ We will sell car for $I >
lot ..*. aolo P A Alilaoa k55115r. ''sale. Stock and equipment Insurn. Phone Mr. I U-DRIVE IT INC -N. cars 2-0353 your '
tt SI *irtMasiis "ssu.o.PORTvemEs. lease to suit buyer. Business Justifies Powers at the Anrebilt Hotel 23121on for rent by day week or month be s n at Standard Slton.com..r commission. our car :
price of $30 000. Clyde M Ken- I Monday and Tuesday only to arrange Nor red tape. 2 lo.uons 242 N FORD-.1939 2 door delux new Washington and I I n ... .

........ Ito,. lie 104 W. C..ntrl: 24775.i1BUSINESSWANTED5ve. personal interview. Orange.Garland. Pb. 2-4814 and 143 N 1941 motor newly painted: completely -. TRAILE-K, 25i ton New 2-wheel Bantam utility or sold. you pay only $ .0 r Mtration ..
overhauled. Price
... ....-. 3-5050 a.. I. .1 W I I' 2.34. rMoo.bl. Gr.nl. ''
? or 4-wheel telescopic farmtrailers. fee. High bid may ,
with What have you Phone Winter Park 302 M.
buyer b
.... Inc
rreocou V Steelo. Phone Mr. 1250.. 5329. wit A. T. 13. Auto Service I! Must close entire stock out ... .
Hol. refused by seller.
8. Main.' I at cost. R. S. Evans. 60 W. Central.
-.r-i Davtr. FRAZIER 1947. sedan; reduced ..-
or One of downtowsi rooms. 4 b.lhs..0pl.tel Office manager must b* rated Senior ALIGNMENT Free Inspection. :, price take trade in R. B. Kelly. 4321.SPARTAN A
w e* < ___S oiuot 50f*. WSU1S50 LODE, ; also furnished I experienced capable, of handling Prompt repairs by expert mechanics. -,, 45 Sunset T..r.c... E.I Gallic An aluminum Is.the I $95955'v- .0.
i cebirles. All euulpmrnlOMVUoa of volume of work and office I A at Goodyear's leader Save on brand new model. .
13 heavy .rlc.
cI-'". Low o-year cottage for o.ner. .cr. OD..aOP FORD-1936 sedsn. New Ire. motor I I AUI'I' k..
Frank Trailer 201
= Ave Reed Sales. N. law
: Highway force. Wide business experience S"I I "
.i. Mood lor ooick MM. IBOWM0eottoa I| lD.550 ft. frontage. < perfect 395. Lot, I ? .
.... >. Cneaautt Je*> l mi.. south of 6anf ord. Rainbow i and background necessary. PreferCorporation AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Expert-I cor. Garland and Amelia.FOItD.I937 | Orange Blossom.1'.1._ _ _ _ MYRA

lao ......,.. 07:1: M. Or-. : L... i experience. Ad..nc. enced meh.llc. prompt service l I I 5 pu..Dier Re- BUY A NEW with a new a. -
} TU4tXtVQ ., menta and opportunities unlimited. good .llk. parts accessories and coupe. electric refrigerator. A-B botledr555t00e c .
OSMO TURIS COURT on Hllb... a.- Phone 2-4591 for appointment. I tlies. Varner Inc.. 234 W. Central 't built motor. new tires. $493. "Bar- onlv $2 950 Frank Reed I .
,' SII'I vrafif *H.Bd.d day lively .
Orange AvoMTOIMO. \1 p. : 23153. ., gain Lot. cor.-Garland and Amena. Trailer S.le. 201 N Orange BlossomTrail .

O01 arooauto. approsunateMSH 1. Tor opr.Qtnne. Rw- I LUBRICATION Ehellubrication Isthe '' FORD 1937 coupe I..o condition. Auction every Tuesday 1 PJ*
por ceo ... stock saUdtist. _
..... aoiiolortwr! _.... Only onooa .ln. 'j CELERY GROWER Experienced. I I thorough al.nUflc. lubrication. $393 cash Hen- ENJOY YOUR varatio nlcross the 1 0' .
iii >>... *ooo are wo fortunatea ,'TURT CVTuntL 500 Rest.u It.frontare I Trained fem manager for f.r! Every "nook and crann, of your car .kel. Circle. Winter Park. Private Own- nation In the worlds fn..s tow.in. starting July 22nd. At N.- '

.aC I. odor too sack an sopor5511 ,I Indian River and U. 8. 1.pro. I In Zel.o .. Od position for or truck is touched. Smol running .r.i trailer. SIa"iln Sale
UoiM for $33- terms S o.- .. on S10.000 cash 1 p''r. A. &Sons Oviedo.-i mechanical p.n. Safe I j $R23 on a demonstrator Frank Reed Smyrna Beach Airport. I I

rOs.. 554-sri : : I Ito 150 13.1. Mr. baln.I 2151. response proloD. bard-to-replace. j i FORD '4 statIon .gon. A-I; 2-3B34. Trailer S.les 201 N. Orange Blossom .- 1r t..
t UI'is rt1. $5,514 r.--tr mnUa. Broken fin COOK-Man or woman Experienced. 'pu. and m. easy safe j I i f T.1 'Bring title.REPOSSESSED. -J J ,
a s ......&.. a, PboIIa .12. M.Herman Orange .. 1 Contact. Chef Hy... K.isilmmee.Florida. i pl"'Aur. $1 Great Southern HUDfeON-1941. Commodore Eight; your I.

jlail cUA1iIfi PiAkr-MUd.: .. ..1tSm5I grocery store Stores. Orange; dial 2-1880. II i' .-or sedan. A one-os n.r. on.I ; I r OIP -

w.lume.5.sm5ebl0 A OOOD COMMVNITY Stock and DRIERS WANTED-Only those who AUTO-BRAKE JOBS wheel ca in A-l .haP.Extra clean. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ..
911St. PrteJ'h Pno-! dol..o b.l.e. furnished familiar with Orlando alignment.I 1-day rld Wheels 'I rith new paint cash or You I' 1
11I V Movie -Buwo 1SJO.- Dial n, aU for rom Phone I to..oullhl, quality. Apply to II balanced while you . C. A. fln.nu. Private o.ne. 133 E. Lm.n MILLS .
apartment .
Iir 4 a OM CoMraLCXtAWEVO _ _ I 2-47M._4'15. .Mr. Howell. City Cab Co.GROVEAREAKERe. Prance Sons. 1010 W. Church. Ave Winter Pak. _ _ _ : I
PLANT-la full ..p.utsuins good business in on prop BRAKES REPAIRED-We supply *U LINCOLN ZEPHYR 1941: 4 door se ICE CARS .
tar .... Boa IVa -ctor.. W. Plorida.a r..ta. H. Relate, 31 your auto needs: also tires gas dan. Also 1940 Chevrolet business I CREA \
I Me\a
ler. .
B.UltUJ-'u .rti.ller Arkansas. Bldg. and OIL Dixie Sales At Service. WSouth at 1000 S. Orlando Av. ,

501_TO aJ ......... al a bargain. sa.VM West M.mphla _, HOUSE manager with I a Bon. St.I oup. Pak.UNCLN CUSTARD MACHINESFree t To be sold for UNPAID I IBALNC 5 O____ .'

_t. ot roUSave. stock and oralS- I I HOTAP.. Live on premises oa I I BODY AND FENDER repairing and ZEPHYR Coupe. 1937 55 aIs1OlOlS .
SINS Last month let in.tlM. ATTENTIOM Change In .n.r'* esst, coast fifteen unit apartment.Prefer I painting. Estimates gladly given loo tire: radio; h..ter will fi- I a .. ..

._ .-..... Marry Mooa. to sell and Q I. Year around Satisfaction guaranteed. D. V.m. Dn Je.__ Is'
.. I 5001. al n. a.IJJ.uwlth .. restaurant plan .omp.. hi ii on !' position ::immediately. Apply I I 1234 W. Central Ave. Phone 2-3153. MOTORCYCLE-Harley. 1946.- 45 installation! and !ere! I I
.- .Yi 'ao ... ..u. ono of Central Florida's moat heavily Box 198 -. qualifications. Good condition: buddy-seat: .
-.55 of wMfcevi trwck. WouidporMor I travelled Intersections cateringto age and .. I 13-1. Auto Parts-Arr.ssorie bags. $500 Bill Be"'s.I.I. mile S.Berry SUNSHINE SALES CO. : PONTIAC 58" Cw-

ns.r foe "waaUO"IIIIIM. Orlando. Winter Park and tourist NICSHTCLERK-Elderly. Station. Minorville Rd.. 1941

r __ !!! L_n i.4_ trade Doing $7.000 weekly. business.. j HOT. reIul.r. experience transcript.0 FRONT available END for REPAIR almost PArtTS make o I I.uto. | winter Garden. Excusive State Distributor I tom
I IS A marvelous opportunity for S-Star Box 186. any :MODEL "T" FORD condition. I Sedan
M l m *iJt AtntAMT as Cantral .\ c. A. 1010 ; .o !MUSED
> t. S 04 W Invite your I prn. &Sn. 1 Strange. Rt. 4. Box Y. Cannon .
fiawKi ..-. __I'. SOIlS .n' Insptlln. MECHANIC-Experienced. Buick el- Church. phone 16 405 Street P
S r..r. 5 kvtwr ..4 .."..110.-1 cellently equipped oree"em-1 perlenre preferred See Dave Wiley.Orange \ 881. | Mills Rd. near Cheney.MOTORCYCLE a Hampton 1938 FORD Sedan. I

s..d ...... A ...,. Surer .a. ..- practically the P.price Brass of Realty Buick Co.. 330 N. Orange. 14. Autos-Traiiers Wanted I MOTORCYCLE Harley Daidsn P. O. Box 2818 Tampa Florida )M W CM* .
icbMoe sad profits and Oeo. I .
-l MO* In8 PORTER ... 1947 4S" Rough but Its touah. ,
*3US.O for barber
MO* wtrrfeexe nre in 1 ? c.tra Phone E.prl.. 5245. Will trade f orsomecar: S98sce .
io :skew ye* IRS (... ... C. w.1 I .hop. L' Barber Shop 77 AUTOS WANTED-Win pay highest Deal Garage, Winter Garden Road. I II i 1936 DODGE Sedan.
4 tMi ....&er. liZ .. W. Church 8t. ca.h price for your car. Olins Inc ;I : iI
oo.aV -feat PLUMBER. Experienced only. 142 N. Garland or 242 N. Or- i94 C I
BEST small businesses Raymond 2.34
MKfKicAk 'ArrOANCEi BwiE; : town dry goods hardwareandgrocertee. : Diekson. 13A W. Plant Pt> .nle. 2-81. IAUTOMOBI | son 45. Good I AMERICAN 1937 PACKARD Sedan.

B *. .,. ." -.i.-. ra"w ..IbI.. .... I Ideal location. $800000. Winter Oad..n. Office phone 05.resident WAP'TED-WIlI buy 6320. ;
II. --. 51 ..... MU 55505515 ...._.._ sad Spesk to Spiegel. Whitney Spiegel phone 309 sell your ear. Autos 1 MOTORCYCLE-Indian Scout Recently .
1941 FORD
.01 Sins ..s.SnsI 50v 7 1" ''. This old : Realty Co.. Realtors '0 Iet.l STOCKMAN experienced for wholesale at auction ter Thursday.. HollyRebsons :1 overhauled exe..lent. After condi-3 I 5 KITCHEN UNIT Pick-up tr i
2120 S. $250. Phone
ons aI vhs Bide : 3-328 I plamblna- stockroom. GIve Auctin. 'l..n. '
.. sad ivr.. ; SERVICE STATION In city. age. experienced and referencesi : Or.n.Blossom Trai. pm_ 0 DOUL DRAIN BOAR I'1939 PLYMOUTH Sedan. CAM EXCHA
& 1u1= i only la of-i I WAN doing good volume of bu-uness Good .cesan d workink conditions.Box ,: BADLY IN NEED of 1946 and 194'1 MERCURY. 1941 sedan with overdrive i ithrllu.hout. i: i
m--- Mr. Polaom reasonably priced. 224 8-Star. .. and older cars. class mechanically ; SIK ,
and Pb .tomoble
= I ; Co 20 I ; owned. Conway 0 BASE CABINETS I
: Ave.
.. .- J.b; 1t < 3-1181. YOUNG MARRIED MAN with high 615 N. Orange Privately 1937 LINCOLN ZEPHYR I vAu }
.. aH4.njnrr school education for stock room phone 8597. __ __ Rd and Crystal Lake Dr.. pb 0 WALL P .:

iilank: fri .. clerk. Paid vacations sick' leave and CHEVROLE WANTED 1937 to 1947. i, 6344. CABIE I Sedan. '
MHtfActxa BCBUESS Lan hospltalizatlon. Apply Imm.dl.t.lr to Plymouth. MOTORCYCLE Indian Chief. "74-
: % TOB .oalwMMlkod. eb.... location.eoJMaW PTRST NATIONAL BAN Installment the manager. Morrison's Cafeteria. cash or trade for older car Wi .sh 1. ; 4 months old. Only S OOO miles. ON DISPLAY I .

It'-: ; m.d.r. .......,. A money loan . . personal YOUNG MEN-With or without previous Stivers Pontlac. 62 W. Colonial. Dealer list $846. Will sell for $595. Price InstalledC. 1937 LASALLE Sedan.
r 'ea. lira .WO." Harlow a. j 10. auto loans financesautos. ''R. S. Evans. 101 W. CentraL Dial I II CAPS
experience In
.. I >iii.. ...... tit *. Orange.atKAT . makes.appliance loans J ?mor for employment CBEVROLETWANTLD-lS4l In'lo. I I 5296. I C.
L. our construction and installation departments. condition from private Wil '
I.s.1. 'V ..015.. 5505. j business Improvement loans. FH For those who can qualify pay cash. Ph. 20142. lan ; OLDS-1936 Tudor. Very clean: $350.I J. BALLIETPLUMBINGHEATING 1934 HUDSON Sedan.

.. - .GI loans on plan desl.n'. these Jobs offer an opportunityto MOTORS INC. will buy. sen I II I'I Pew repossessed c.r. 1903 E.i -
T- TORt-WtU Ie- : to save money 4th become established in business FLY Jefferson St.
-- 01
.de car for the high _
I your
.-. doaao boIler taaa S1AOOnk.ir tan Air londltloliedOpen of ermanent nature with good I EAST WASHINGTON ST. IAL
srl. I II paywhile dollar. See us .t W. Central or OLDMOBIL194 "s" Sedanette. 1 1932 DESOTO Sedan.
Sea listless sad loris ttoekal 20
S.tld. 91. and with excellent i
learning finish. Olin's
... -.. Bonn ....... Roper .... ..1 for advancement. Apnly opportunity to I Phone 5416. Tsed HYdr.m.to.Cars, ta N. Orange Avg. Phone lf ei '. A *.

t, ....... sad blaiau .1M11.aBU. : .1 I INSTALLMENT LOANS cost you In Mr. Ewlnr. 45 N. Ma In St.. Orlando. FRANK REED really knows how ta 2-4814. N. SI"im
get the high for your .
I dol.r I
WItCH-Howar" Jobnaoa at First National Balk. Comll.r .
to for YOUNG MAN WANTED-Between 21 or equity. Cash mlu.... PLYMOUTH 1939. Exc.pton.U, The;* car may be ecu at Ole
Uua coats. II'
boo Itao oon< at4 Sal .
th. WI..n I '34 and 28 years ofare .e outside repiresentative. give, 'em away? Give chance. good csr. original
*1 S S ataoo aoo MM oa a oad. Sad located j 10 1'01 get .J.r.n. Opportunity to learn 201 N Orange Blossom Trail; 7883.WYKYOYL Florida Motors. Jefferson and Gar- CARS
at javriba* at au roodK caa accomatodaao $ 15.you get UP.r.n. 1.S j jI small loan business., Excellent thence land. dial 22424. WANED l o r "
to* aotroaa sad pork SOan S you get for Car Is essential. MOTORS wants clean USED CAR EXCHANGE
at S tamo. Oroaa ... .. $54.- I I t 300. you get 279Payments 2500 .dv.ncm.nl ... .. Apply la cars Cadillacs. Curole. and PONTIAC-1941 sedan. Completely"
: $ 400. you get 373-Paymentg 33 34 I II' oth. .. High cash rebuilt. 895. -Bargain Lot. cor. Just started business and
a* arortr It a a rral rrlrrahmrntad 32 W. Central Ave. Plono I I fee W441Is1aT Ito
41 67 219-220 W. Washington
: and Amelia.
taarb biuinma for S21.OOO. 1 I $ 500. yo ret 465-Payment* US. 2-2174. 751 N. Mills.DON'T Garland M

:: OOM wrk sad at M. C R. Eawnck.StMitw ,' $10OO. you get 930-Payments 83.34. I 66. Sales Help Wanted SELL for less than we will PONTIAC 1938 club coupe. "8" 2 good cars. We will pay top cash : PwK. 11w

B3Ii Old 0...... UtopboaoL I I' Above monthly payments 12 months.Payments pay. Get aU yon can for your old I Good condition. $595. See JU price. Don't cell until you get

'.. for 15 mllnt. are .m.Ue.I BOYS-Over $50 weekl Sell nameplates .. while the .tUI. still llo.ShOl I Owen. 1300 W. Church_8t. ou PHONE Z3S82TODAY'S I II

.;.. fICssa atatSS.mtao Figures loon la Include ease of u. The pay for front dorL' Writ M. around t..n here PONTIAC-1946 "6" 4-door aa. offer. S Billy Wynn or Charley
... Dots rearroaadl ".rd. Boa 215 8-8tar. oh..n dme. Central FlorIda Radio heater b.
ortm. 4U k-.p lah' "
........ Soda auat anrUiin National Bank at .dQ l DISTRIBUTORSCrow Manaserssell *. L P. Hasan, Pb. 3-2424. I mIleage Can be seen at R. E..I K.ene at "The Old Bargain Lot. lt"T '

IBA IaU hoof or o-tnri, Ciran sack and I Joe Louis (Champion) Product GET TOP CASH PRICE for your far I i 101 W. Central Ave. Phone .

: ,s AU t$JNW.. Inr5s.I Howard. i tft S300 to colored Marv Louis' his regardless of stake or model. Used PACKARD-1942 Clipper Good mechanical I M1.
I 2 Loans Up VALUES! -I
= ... : Car Exchange.
.S. III "Ms' 732 _ wife) Products \eolor women. Big 219 W. Washington condition. Best offer. 827

.1IU" MIAn..1noIDR $. sea- AUTO. Furniture Diamond loans profit Sells "ht TerritorYProtected. St. Phone 2-282. West Yale Ave. K AND W MOTORSCor. AO

..... ....* .551 _" 118...... artuna *:3OOoMr Economy Finance Cllm .n,. J. P. I' . Jo Lli Prduct t X.Garfield. I PLTMOtTH-194i. Class A condi

0d .. 5.: = .. I otarr ......... lawraocuonat Burger. Manager. Uetcalf BuDd1n i .. I. WILL GIVE top dollar for 50 late tion. Low Central FloridaMotors Garland and Amelia I lasted i il only few of our ow.I .-. '
I 1941
.-. .. b.b.ar.. PHrad ruSt for o.ntckjr .. Phone 3-0339.10 MEN AND WOMEN-Live wire pro dial ml.ue. standing values in good depeMtaktoused -
liT ao Car. Pin. model ,cars. Before zoo sell see I cars we have many mere
i 2-door sedan with ;
ralckly made on furniture t'blelo'h. PLYMOUTH
-- i CASH LOANS- ..11' S.I 11'.Uc i 0 C
S=---y-'i .5St $T0RZ--RasdiIng elccit autos and diamonds. De. ftol factory. 'i radio: like new. S between 4 and and welcome an opportunity to
ic appllaatoa and ....u.. otulpCan I lando's own Home Pnac Co. 314. Writ Suited Ce 2 7th St..t .Jim Jenl.1Uu4 Cars 600 W. Cen I T. 316 W. Amelia.PLYMOUTH I demonstrate th.s unusual values. |I

.aiaBt ...... location.r Mm-alf'Bldt. Dial 2.3. Phi. 5. .. tral. l 1946 Special DeLuxe I I IOU PLYOUCLL .
5 "5 tonor Hooaonablo rnu 5OO MOTIONS SALESMAN I! I I Club Coupe. Fully equipped low LOANS FORD 1941 station _
155 .ISIPISISS. Craw .,ua HampVabrt -j Ifltur. Will sell R. 8.I w. _
Large regional mileage. .or Leather Ufce
usually -- O
and auto -
ion Vj. II ue-..... M)13.Mooral note I.n. .holenler I. D. VARNER INC. want to buy your I 101 W. PboneI clean tIM
ice Family Loan Ml Florida ening territory Cent.l A. mechanically new
nlea Enn new.
C. I Ird. I auto or truck and pay top lo. 11" L
SAR5UT Waw.t4 ambitwaa Bids.. R. W. m'D.nr.Pa. man well known .1 I 21 equipped Mat C .
immediately. Borrow ;
J.nl C.1 price D. Inc. I By .
vonaa .... a. 1-16t men's furnishings women's wear.rangements. Studebaker Sales and 234 :i PLYMOUTH 1940 2-door sedan Phone 'ties __.___..tilt* 1:
artaar la kola atulana. (10.0OO and noUoD. Attractive earning .r- : l Priced to sell. Central Florida
....... M ko into new atotk. lafanHMina . and excellent. W. Central Ave. Phone i Mctors. Jefferson and dial l 4t "t .'
b> lIlies oaly. Courteyo MODERN LOAN SERVICE-By one jltr for ambitious man oPpOrun. SELL OR TRE us you i car. Orange i 22424. Oal.n. CALL US-THEN SOP > CHEVROLET special 4.. N. .

... Jat ., H. Dean Ross. 530 THE SAME luxe town seda*. An us1aUF
r M Oraaco.am. _ _ reply give full detail of past '
WWb. t i-...... M wIth bf Porld. ol..lt .nd mast experienced record qualifications and references.Richmond N. Orange Ave. Phone 5410; after I I I ... 05 VACAnOJ fo a few I I THE: CASH! $ clean car and very good tne50- M.VWOI. eotrt

..... brick roaitmcuoa; 2 atoron small loans and finance Dry Goods Co. Inc. P. O. pm. call 461. I, tor. .t Cde Gof. 4:4 business Buh. s t J'Ye. rally ._..."_.______HM9 1 1I 11.

am nw ...\IeI, awaa ...... I Box 1474. Richmond. V*. SPOT CASH PAID for your used car. .i away. ere. o. Smith. 33 .! Get rash quIckly on your Clgnstore. -
.airand tbbi botai 05cr. and bad cDII''. Private office Confidential I REAL ESTATE SALESMAN-We peed See J." C.342 McKel.r.kYour. PackardDealer Phone Robinson. __ Auto or FUntue. Call &oul! I CHEVROLET-I941 convertiMc'I 119 cSSIf '*

1 b* 0v01 oa* at ta. ttaoot roatnnraat biwtnoooM a licensed salesman to round out 6147. Oran. !: AUTOMOBILE 'AND TRUCK Ano- coupe. Looks and runs ,e
ta ISIs ...._ Her. la n nnlaaaartaanr service.'Ne delay. Terms \suit our sales organization. Confidential i| lion Tuesday 1 p m. 200 Thoroughly dependable and
every ,,
lor a ....u... A threontdt Interviews bt..n 10 and 3 p.m. GET CASH IN MINUTES Any i to 400 cars and trucks to sell'- nomical __ _$1_ S -
ant.1 oa a praaunent cornet income. Acceptance Corporation Monday. Pryde. Realtor: make or model. StarlingAlexanderMotors. had our largest co Tuesday GFC LOAN COMPANY ,.
tor Mo..... and low dora parn Bt.C ou 66* U. Orange; L 2-459*. 601 N. Orange A... Pbone we tailed two Hundred.Ie las thirty ..-

nv ...-.. Itraltor. did 14. Or- ?f ,FI4.. Ho. office .t'40 SALESMAN in surounding 7878.i cars-and one hundred and sixty- OLDSMOBILE 19 model
ttrlo,1 ale 71 Robinson Phone I7II seventy touring ', OrtggMl
aan A Talopkatao 734 for line roof i BUSINESS I OOOD Cars are four-we selling lots of good Eat
asswwf-.4l Trry eloao in. A Orange Avenue a Cocoa. Winter Raven Exclusive e.Uncs b.r plan p.l" { higher ever before. Cash for O.D.r--rmemb If e.r you '' black finish like

da ant InseRt comrt abowmc tood I I you to rlta. Sil Drowlngaccount { Immediately any make at Martin's .' 1r..at. place cally unusually good.iO"i
and St Cloud. Same service! b. Used Cars. 101 IT. .u ___ ._ __.__ USED
(.... .a I......*.. This 1s a producers. United Builders Main. 8409. -.non.can seJ her*- come .u
total al IICMM ...... Act now. I i__ Co.. 6007 Euclid, Cleveland Ohio. t{ ON-THE-SPOT CASHADfe rood with the crowd Tuesday. Ooff Livestock C

I P. Matlok. ar.ker. 14S M. Main; NEED $10 QUICKLY? Gt it here SELL DRESSES. LfltsRIZ&toslerylfully I I clean used C.n and Automobl. Com. Co., L.ke STUDEBAKER
own Florida I 1904 North Orange Avenue land. HIGHWAY FRONTAGE I.p-
1 guaranteed. High commission.Free FOrd. itr Very ,
:I.! AND IRCOSISrornished e1'y 21 W. Pine 1st stairway east outfit P. O. Box 1649 Orlando.SALESMAN .. j 3-4521. I I j I I I good coup.mehamal. Good Urn. EEII

I mason, boan. I brdroonu andainxm I T..tre. I, Fraternal Insurance 76. Trai.r-Trtk for Sale I drive I_
I t DON'T 'f Orange Blossom Trail euIppd roasd Ik I -I,
---. Onratt apartmrnt BRIO but .
I I representative for Society with 160 CAR.
-.... A rood bur at ''1500.IItftrk. < 63. Mortrage Loans you good ADMIRAL-1946. 25 ft. butane gas: I
millions net Position will ., PLYMOUTH-194J serfoa.Newly .
= ..... Brokar. 13 W. U 1. pay top spot ..b. R. B. Evans newly' painted. Best offer. BarnMoods .
I upwards to 53 pr montb Palms Park. ADJOINING SOUTH CITY pair.ted. I r.a
ddnHOM i BUY OR BUILD 'a Tome. the necessary. . Anse- 4771 or 1:" ; Tr.ne LIMITS : tou'l r._ .u-

Direct ts bill Hotel. Monday and Tesd.,. :ltin.'in Cmplet service jar 'r .
Ructi 11a. li,0 JIK.
WOHXa btachiarrT. "ulpBMdA Just like Int. Offlr '! WANTED-Man for Rawleigh busiI 15. Used Cars for Sale CHEVROLET: TRACTOR-194L Hooked Very desirable for tourist court many )- 01_ .
and aappim. Lacauoa atittnko to 2 week days. to Saturday.First 'I I ness in city of Orlando and .er.lnE.ub to 22 ft. Dorsey trailer with .
for bed and lender abop. Verriwaooaoblo Federal Savinn and Loan Association locations it you I or trailer park I rI '
p.r.Denl Stake sides 1947 Both $885.
AUSTIN perfect ranning condition ; I I'
..... taclndo two apnrt- of Orlando. 5 East Pine are hustler. For particulars write I U..

asses Sl.KW Harlow O. Pndrlck. Street at Court. Fig. 180-103. Mem I, newly.P.IDtt t3O.Kik 523 Ken- : OMC. 1H to i 248 SALE OR LONG TIME LEASE
.or.ndo F. a.lelll" Dept lucky A. ,. ton new '
. .... S1SS. tr.cor I !
; p .. 11* Or. Dial phi T..D Coud. F._ |I Incb engine and aide D. VARNER INC. ...
BUICK. 1926
I : 3 new : clean ,
tre. I Pries1OOIN'
tanks -
tlPtZl1ii1opes 5. and readyO. INTEREST AS LOW AS 4* 67. Employment Agencies transportation: $ .llo seen "hel 2-s.ee .xe ,.
I Ii B4--. in good shape.Sfvaaoo on. RAT pro.'e' in Orlando at 421 8. Rosahnd between 5 and .I 545.I JOHN COSTELLO BROScIER.I 21 W. central Ave.

II $I. ........ Real opporBW and Winter IIr er..e. BROWNS EMPLOYMENT AGENCY pm._ Gen..rl Truck & Equipment Co.
I | .... .... Price. S4 000. Better Investment Company. 25 W. I And Nurses' Registry. II 1'01 want BUICK-1938 sedan. New tires motor 21 SicRae 9808. Phone 6115 Phone 2-21J3 ..

*SOTaw Marvin Howard. Broker* Washington St. Phone 8513. work com \51 W. C.aa you perfect. $695. .B..1 Lt* I

m MVa. bM* 4JJ4. want h.l .1 cor. Garland and Ae.


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; ScfiooJ 1 Budget Puzzle You?

Here's a Man With Answers

! f* N>* Vrnel! <'er StcffVnterl

T..g*.vtrt -who want to know how come the Orange .

i -MM!* wfceel budget is being increased by $1.020,295 can

**. fit* Mtwer from County Supt. Judson Walker's office,

,' tfc.T Mt handy with figure

!%. Midget<< as even County School Auditor Lacy John
!! !
__ ,u_ __ : 0
n ,'.on will admit, is one 01 me mos.complicated .

Ia1 thnaap frrtttlnd.&tarru I In existence. Figuringout j MOIRGAN MENGEL
your income tax is nothing in '
l ,11x >niOA t comparison. j'

pl... $4 JULY 29. un'' When you add up all the Items ,
In the budget you get $3.870.859
- ; but explains Johnson, that is not II,
I, the true total because you haveto
C nta tl ,ioA subtract S42981S which is Modern
duplicated: In Items 1 and 4. 18th Century Colonial r .
"I know it sounds strange but
that Is the way the budget form I

required' by the State is set ui/* .
he said yesterday. "I called it to

their attention but nothing was I and .
done.I '
/I I 80 you subtract the $429815.

and you get S3.S41.044. the true j .
IM7-4I budget total and the
a, MMIT rOCVI figure which exceeds last years .
THE QUESTION I2S20.749 total by $1.020.295.Now II .. COX. O'Neal
how about that increase : . I
De ... IM ..... .,... I. .
_.... a.... $to sMk otkiert Wbrr U the money coming ,
from and where Is it going .
..... .tt.wT +
Well as Johnson will explain "Morgan." "Stickle}," alfl".1I"t tr n.dknie
THE ANSWERS the greater part of the increase,

Hr*, !.... V...... houa.wtfe.ratk tS4J50 of it. is coming from the ly known Manufacturers who are "1 1 ...
'e WI %$ 1t$1I., county general school fund which

-fr -.. ....., want to year was raised to 12,327.788 from for$"' the 72,838 coming last s; in top quality staling, construct MHl err

= ,. Sam tla.tAat4i year. k are represented in Orlando byWe C..tT"""'
This fund represents the board'santklpated
... a htt4e l
receipts from State.

'.aa. .,Mag .Tee county and Federal sources. % \ associated .. l
.I be
el' ? .
-I"( More than half of this fund is a 4 \ arc proud to
sae acre _
8.- .-.. ...... coming more than from doubling the State its, contribution which is t t.b famous names and invite y*'" H .. 'I8r
s .a .......t 1 .
to county schools under the
-. st .. <' *' yourself with their furniture.V" .
.. := 111.aa I new foundation program! authorized $ % ;
\ : .b..aAtt by the 1947 Legislature a 't

..1.srrl .. tars The program will provide thee I
..M st .fA.M >1In. Uatl .setr with 11.315,14. compared t1A .
M .<.**. and attract with. the (15.158 which was S $ \
-. al .omen likt reretred a year ago. I -
.... l...wl+.d r, and pur I J
The other big item in the county
.yas 1. ..., teaewla *
.... t11M _... aen oc other general school fund is the amountto f- ,1 S
.. be raised by the 10-mill countyrhool i
tax a tax which, incidentally ,
Ms* ...*.... ......... Orand was left unchanged in ;: I11 I\\ ? \. \ \ .
E the new budget. Because of increased tti
assessments this tax is , / '
i HMfkfc ..ata drew to pleas. expected to bring in $766,401 as I )
wr1r to g" *d k-T Uv may compared with $709,961 a year ...?" 1'i\\i t "MorganSol XthqJ 01 ...
l* ry dU up foe " ago.
it4bliH .
piece group g .Ip1i'J' .
..... !
or when' The rest of the general fund'is r'
.*.P art going to' made up of a number-of items 'p+ I .r Bed. Chest Vasty. willa I..IO1

plates where' including $139400 cash on hand 6 o ..,, and Kite Stand *WJt,
ttoer win b* a _
.hich the board took into con m
lot 9t aaett. They sideration in preparing its budget.As .
ar. bi s. par- for where he budget increase -
......, how they U going the board will pay

took when a- $524,111 more for teachers'salaries 0 tic "
trftdtag. a strictly
and other Instructional expenses
7A.a putt'. -na. next year than it did during the
M .I.e M tuey a flIeeUIa,. PUt school year. Salaries alone '
f jo" ..tlMa luo for their were upped from 1232.035 to dLd ; I
1." mojili M k* ..8 drea.M. .ul fU3'IU. -P ;

M..twa they look Another big Increase was In
... *V, stl. trying to do ckpital outlay part of the board's
iv. .of IM [real want them toM building and bond reserve fund.

r- which was raised from $214.602 to
t a. ts
$114,01 boost Of 399416.
..... ...... ....... ...,,. Oranst4r During a the coming year the f
1M.gws. board expects to spend $254,950 .
M.. ..mnl .oa to pUa>o for school buildings $205.000 for
.t1.a1a/1u Of taunt Uw T (toh completion of Orlando Fern
wet -o1$ : look .ltM Creek School! and $81,000 to replace
M 18 obsolete school buses with
.... |.. ** M either new buses or new chassis 1 ti s '
.. ..... The board has also In its capital
...* *M . outlay budget $206,259 '
"* % M 91lar -lUw7! will be used "for erecting :
.' Nat. ditional buildings where .hich'I'I
... .
< gees ... soon as costs level off or
gencies arise and $7,774
I'p.alal1.N: .
?' will be for additions under the : .
t.+fc ale. !. 4 1 same circumstances.. I 4 T------4

JII' At, but"" I .,..... a...1_ Another reason the board has .
M fMT Mfiete made no definite commitment for
M .*.. sty .*"lirtalU dn1re to the two foregoing items is that ,
'..to ...? te sure .slaeatNa '* $179826 of capital outlay funds I # I

may or may not be received: from
I.... ...u..... clerk the State, according to Johnson. / L
W..**r 1 a..r. Other increases in appropriations _
"Stickley" Solid Cherry. In a wide
M OMftJ sad .... work both include transportation. $85.-
*... I ijMk UM a loi of woaten '50, up $12.395: bond reserves.., variety of Early English and Amen'c. -
Atw tae comfort I268J6T. up $22.767. and veterans '
I can pieces from which to choose. + M .
.,- U Much M lots training. $19.300. an item which 44
11 r a ttlei\u: was not In last year's budget. I I I Is
Three from 37500. &
..J stoat' bowttr, piece groupings //f.
The expanding school budget _
M" toots to t l t i,
which means better education
:J ssind .twa purtboMag f
eI&heLAd fr Orange County's children. 4 ,
', was called -healthy sign" by 1
tttaatea like to .
catty SapU Walker.
toot. tttro forshut .
""Our is h C
< m e nI population increasing
ruSMU. sad they ho said. "We have 1,000 more
....... Mo for other children than we had a year ago.

"' .... to .. .....hat envious ofWW and the board building program
'... e ..!ma* thinks her U to take care of the county' '
....,.. are tacky' ah* la very growth." 'rk
......f afc by the County Budget <

r. **.?, trorery operator, Commission' tomorrow at 9:.30am. Nr
N.1... IM4 at the Court House.
A public hearing on it has been
1 tllh d tH.y like to look better ; :
'...i r0 ....>a Mgt door how- scheduled for Friday at 9 am. at
the Court House the school
..A. .... ...., ,... by d :
". board. So If you are still confused I t
:: a ttlM. about the Increase, go ask the
w ..... board yourself. I :

..::.w...:::; yj--t The flying fish files to escape \ ; :%

.. ....... Ie fora. any 1
... ... .......
.... ..... d'saI ALL-FLORIDA
% : AWNINGS CO. \ ;

= 0. ,Ia. KUeTTAf I Lfe-time aluminum ? 'b-', S ,..1 u .Oak Modern tilae 1.5

e w.t-. and I tu... thU I I F. U. A. Financing: 41- k v -- \ grouping with .... a..e ..
-I ata. IM ......M es weal u DON GRACE ______ _
.... M UM m.tL* mi M. urn. rk.o*. Tars J..4CU.j l M ; __ :'; choice of dv.twec Oar'u.RI ..

I( r' fl -- r y \ $259.00; Bed acid a..a ..
I \
.. L '
TW AOJ **.. U-I Aaaoclar ;;;; '
'.' .M f.IMI4.4 till .j I p \ 0 -i;; )1 : P- r'it .- \ Mr. and MFC. Dr flAIr.i .



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4 Southern Party given last week at the home of Mr, and Mrs
? Robert Carleton on Country Club Dr are, Helen Holland of
.ar r Washington, D C, daughter of Mr, and Mrs Donald Holland,
formerly of Orlando; Jane Tillman of Lake Wales, Shirley rF-T--
nit/.e .-' s McKay of Tampa Donna Claire Evans, Annette Peter, end [ _t
Connie McCall of Sanford.

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breros. Left to right, Jean Bisplmghoff, Vera Jams, Jean a <
Teague and Harriet Sipple, who were among the group of 4
rushees attending the colorful affa.r held at Watts lake-shore v '
camp last week. A Plantation Party early m August is the next '
AD PI rush event.

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r Pti 1.1 : 3hr frunbag &rntittrl-&tar Orlando Florida, July 20, 1947 i\Iiss\ j\fikler\ !I i

A 11H'8"'llolIl; of Miss Balthrop, I i Bride-elect I e I.,,. //JJ. I

J J }-. Mr. Montgomery Told1'kwiar a N Of ,"Mr." Colbert 1\ j) J1fP''' FOR DANCING FEET. '.

yC : I Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mikler of
Member of Orlando's Younger Set Slavia announce the engagementof FOR ROMANTIC tlMHfI. .

T. Me \\ttl at Si. Luke's Cathedral July 30 their daughter Sue. to James ,
D. Colbert, son of Mrs. Henry L. I
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Ir-- ...... A., turdfM brr of the younger set she graduated Colbert and the late Mr. Colbert :
_ 1 ._N_ fN6.... from Orlando Senior High of Sanford. i
ttt>rw tarre ... 1Nrs ...AM MM University and Rollins Colin r.Y of this Summer and plans for the
,M '* ....... W 1M'I useey. *. 8h U a member of the Spintarl ceremony will be announced later. "
.. r w ttwraar I fl....... CouUion Club of Orlando., The bride-elect attended Oviedo''
Mr. Montgomery attended
,. High School and the Southern I
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KhooU in Natthez and served into
..... ... ( Army for three following y ..a, School of Commerce in Orlando.Mr. .
._s.. .... .... ..... atwRt1 hu graduation. years He plans to aa: s a Colbert was graduated from 7.95
,. 111fa.. elf .. lwlM enter UiatUtippi State College in : Seminole High School in Sanford.I [
,. .. s .aa.u.y. tli* Tall where be will major in :1 { He served with the U. S. Army
i wnae gttruHure.Announcement. for five years at various posts
...itse.... of Miss. Bal- throughout the United States and ,
.._. 1d111gm1 threp's engagement' was made to a b. also in the E.T.O.Both .
s1 fW1Ie few doN friend yesterday afternoon Miss Mikler and her fianceare
t.M '- WI rtley"' when Urm. Ford entertained I employed by A. Duda and
elf MrR..s 'rturs. .tin an informal tea at her home. [ Sons of Slavia. .
sts r-. a Ors.1MIe u8. Thornton St. Assisting k a" k e b Jg .: I I
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.. tared Ne th Mr*. ford were her two sisters
__ ... ..A.h e..uiae twee.N. Mr*. Waiter Weed' and Mrs. Visiting BPW
Thomas Oanland. The latter
tame here Sunday from Port My- .
".. ., tti"i./i' aM and will remain through the.f'dcItR. Clubs Hold
.. Mr. Oartland will join 1 y I
WARREN'S her here this week. Here I
MIM BHhrop' fiance will arrive Meeting
her July 23 from Natchez. .
t4 Pitk rhOee .51 .Mi KM best man. John Ogden. .'. District 3 of the Florida Federation ,
r alM of NaUhes. t- .Yea of Business and ProfessionalWomen's '
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)> a. Clubs is holding a con-
o : ference in Orlando this week-end, j
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< : .. Professional Women's, Club actingas i
_::.: \ ;:: '1tt W. hostess.. Members of the Day- "

i :.. Land.tona Beach.'Kissimmee Halifax.and Leesburg Orlando,De- i

MISS BETTY ANN BALTHROP clubs are participating in this con-
. July bride-elect. There was a banquet last nightat Elasticized stripping i in gold or
------- the Chamber of Commerce at
t i iI 'Make Your Life Worthwhile will i which Mrs. Frances Thumon sec- silver, with chic new gold or
Unity Church meet. | and vice-president of the State
The class. You Can Be Preparedwill |: Federation, was guest speaker. silver kid spring" MtiI
This morning a breakfast will
I AnnouncesSchedule .be held on Wednesday at 8p.m. be held at the Orange Court
i Hotel at 9 am.. followed by a
There will be a daily noon prayer business session at 10 a.m. when
service and another at 3 pm., plans for the year's work will
with the exception of Saturday I be discussed.
. The Loyalty of Peter and John afternoon and Sunday. The pub 1 Another event planned Is & Other smart exclusive shoes arriving often. Sfce* ..rtsF ........,
will be the sermon topic of the lic is invited to all classes and J luncheon at 1 p.m. today at the
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services. < l
t Rev. Carolyn H. parsons, mvnisVtr Mfcsotuc.Temple Va.VJvntex Past_
....' .... fsua of the Unity Church 503\) 5. Orange -

..... .-I Ave.. this morning at the
eleven o'clock devotional service. ,
&!f flI On Monday at 8 pjn. there will .

811iiiJ. be a class in The Principles of I 4/.u/
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Tuesday at 10 am. the class in I

Birth Announcements I f

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jerke. 3024
Amherst announce the birth of a
daughter Karin Elizabeth on July
16 at Orange Memorial Hospital. ORLANDO BORN ORLANDO OWNED ORLANDO i

Mr. and Mrs.; William Floyd of .
Leesburg announce the birth ofa
daughter. Patricia Barton on
July 10 at Orange Memorial HospitaL .

AMM 1-c Z. W. LInton. USN r
and Mrs. Linton are announcingthe
arrival of a daughter Barbara
20 N Otte! Jean born July 14 at the Orange '1
Memorial Hospital. Mrs. LInton is I
the former Ruth Barber of this
city. Mr. Linton is now stationed :
at Whiting Field. Milton Fla. i




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I I.M'xr N/nnhor of IlbscribersI I Miss Lawfoil'sEngagement 1rThb Arc rvmack.Bch .

. I4'. 4. t -alf ..."II- Lmnard Dyer .Ira. W. S. Elq .-
k ... tlr ti5... ,tt81a *M Ultima. Mrs. Mary Cummings ,
fti* r H. HolUsteT. Newton Mer- .
twT nil u Woodbury Morris. Mrs. NT V \ f NIR .Ina.ltl...*s'
... heir .eel M 111Y fr Vtok Waltick. Mrs. Gertrude I Made\ Known ;:- : ." taw O. f1MlED sass .
eras w lLf.. Hfetrrtuck Miss& Rose Phelps .
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DM Marten Clf>ntand. Mrs. A. T. Of wide interest .is the announcement .
gfha Va Burrn. Mrs William C. Bow- 'r being made today of Ia5u111 w "j.rs
.r. Oftrtr K Eaton. Miss! Alice ) the engagement of Miss Sarah
........erth. Mrs Summer Brooks. Lucile Lawton daughter of Mr. an PeaW PArq
a. M Itr. ft T CMtttfoo.CfcMs and Mrs. R. W. Lawton. of 508 Ir IM1Ihe
r tall r MuDoa el L Mrs. John ..3 cseL Anderson St., to Meriwether Blair Iiat tr
Wft.r Adam George Opdyke. I I IUfa. Dickinson son of Mrs.'M.. B.Dickinson A I ; ". i. rl/Ir .
entries Ornery McRoberU. of Arlington. Va. K... .
..... Arthur Hall Smith. Mrs. J. 1 I I The bride-elect is a graduateof ...... .S .
t1Mt L Houaton. MMS. Isabel Moore Orlando Senior High School .nil M .
Jut.hlrtleat MM HIM Lmncs. W. F Quarhe. .
: and Florida State University. Tallahassee b 1 ere er
s 1. L C Lrty Harold Lyons. Mrs. She received her Masterof ".....
s 1155 tw. rl.eN. Bultork Mrs. Irving Cox. y$
Arts degree from Duke University ..frr
' M' John Hunter. Mrs. WilliWlOtam Durham. N. C. and is .
1 now .
t. ,. ., "
.sl Ip ,. W.-n. William. Mrs'
on the staff of North Carolina f rsna/II
ar. title Mint Sk$ tmsn. Mrs. H. Thomas. .
w MI / %: State College Raleigh, as an Eng- 1..,.
Itsgf.Ptlw. Dr A A Knapp. Mrs. C. F.
.., I .d eta tilt. lish teacher. .. .5wi
Fa rtt Jr Mis Julie Ray Mrs. -
Mr. Dickinson graduated witha
: I 1Mr
OMM* OarrMt. Mrs. James CrsiK.Or .
; ..**.. WY.. Walter A. B. L Master of Arts degree from the .r thIi I'I
$, t_, Trwrfentfce Mrs Rockwell Os- University of Virginia. During the K5.q ..' i I' Ka.i fit R
i wew.f rte. S ....... M W. Kinc Gen. AeryAjX war he served overseas as a lieu- ::1 t. 10M.... Kepi
..s I r. Clarence Berstein. / tenant commander with the U.S. ....nI 'Drat Naldt.me
(1t.5Ma 0* U T Bradley Mrs. E. E. Navy. He is also an English pro- : t F
i ttpteaa'U. ..... J, J Banks Mrs. Franck fessor at North Carolina State : ) loP <'C< ..a..-. IUM
Clte.eia f n.mtn. Eugene Coleman. Mrs.Mrl College. i rural .. ..
Nr1rtirMtaA C1a.arUb.rry. Mrs. Joshua ; ;: Plans for the wedding will be : : ; ........ .,..
t a... Mrs 8. V Cole. Mayor B. R. announced later. ; : Nwe 11 tr rldtk
N' M welt O 1.. A/laa..l 1.1.... J 8. Capen. Squire < : ........ .. ,.
PWrtt Wet the Women < ...u dtWi.g the
lwt ter Mww (lranberi y. Dr. A. J. Han- Kiaa a esreM .r ..
4 5tiaw ..* Mn r: L. Hrrndon Herbert yn Mia theses rm. ,.
taw ..."........ Tracy Hoppin. Dr. Old Junk -....- "' . "\i .. *t >. rPt
I ......... llatt Dr. E. L. Jewett. 0\ides the 1".
e e a Itabh. ...... Jptonaon. Miss& Mabel Kirk. ,j / eidilfuate ..h..Mi
44 il Jv. tinwe/ Kuroe George Keiser. Mrs. MovesVith il4 ana beaded .lag wi
.: $...td B LovrB. Mrs. Edith Tadd R6 ii-j ; i lottA' w41 0P.
a e4 l e!t Mto Lank Dr John Martin. Mrs. ..J "- i f.bulnua ss.r'Pt '
.r (teara. Metxirr Mrs. Charles The Family .-. :" : y 4 lair .esanrnlapl.I.ly .
MptV PraU Mrs. Raymond Potter. r I .

.. aaPlliJgilais ..... William C Sanders WU- MISS DOROTHY JANE HENDERSON Comes moving day and Mr. and . to be. wed to Virginian.. : Rtaltr.kiriaWe a..i .
e. haw A. Taylor Frederick' TrtsNWR I
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over the piles of possessions hauled 'I used since it came into their lives its all carted along to the ..* that ... rwilMM. ,idsN..srr5
r out of hiding from closets attic as a duty wedding gIft. And Mrs. dwelling too. t..
Parents TellEngagement basement and garage and say to says she is going to hate it made ,, And so the possession that wm.. SP. ....... "1
each other: "How in the world into a lamp some day. viewed as junk only a little vNIt .hsM. ..u. a1 Ven
before take on meaning ttM e.... a11.Rtras
did we ever accumulate all this Then there are all those odds once again pee ..
for and potential usefulness 4 .. N' u
Junk and ends first sated sentimental -
DUVAL'First i move with the family. M.Iath. M. 1set. f'
And junk it seems at the mo- reasons, and now saved again
I Which is why no howe is ewer ....ltltIMa1i1
ment-when it must be sorted, by the same streak of sentiment.
: Of Daughter I packed and made ready for moving Remember when . .?" each quite large enough for a family eases, law .
with the Finest" I then somehow placed in the article calls forth from one or the and why women are forever saying are sprat. IMf t... IIgD.ma . ..
Ii i new house other And back into a box or : "If we lust had more Intel t >. l j N'I"tI,.. ..... 4trvl.Rb6.
i Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Henderson of "
So comes the common decision: trunk it goes space . 'i> <' r
i r- i this city formerly of Nashville. "Let's get rid of at least half of it." And of course there's equipment -
r I Term. are today announcing the A fine decision too. But for every hobby that has
4 WIVIS AND MOTNItt O' ..!...<**. MeM
WHOSE half? been taken
I engagement of their daughter up enthusiastically.
Dorothy Jane. to Ernest Clyde Mrs. starts to throw out a beat- then finally dropped through the ALCOHOLISMSacceufuDy :
I up battered old hat belongmg to past years
Ammerman Jr.. son of Mr. and : Mr,and he hollers out in pain Bat get.rid of it? No indeed Traeted with 0.. Wee N Mt.A.t1"lI.!
I Mrs E. C. Ammerman of Orlando. : that it's his fishing hat she is One or the other is sure to say WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL
OUR REPUTATION FOR Plans for the wedding will be about to get rid of. "But maybe 111 take up photo- ..... ere ..---
announced later. I Mr. says how about tossing out graphy again." or, "Maybe next naG CentreJ Avenii* S*. prawwhe, "!..
Miss Henderson attended George ; this old vase that .hasn been year 111 have time for golf. So
Peabody College in Nashville and ---
ji7 ,. was enrolled at Orlando Junior
College last year. I
Mr. Ammerman a graduate of I II II

. Orlando Senior Hieh School serv- I
> ed in the United States Navy for _
. three years. and attended Orlando
Junior College last year. Both he i .
IS YOUR GUARANTEE OFt and his fiancee plan to enter Flor-
ida State University in the Fall. 1

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... . ......>,. m" . To NlissValthall Be Wed FURNITUREPROUDLY .

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=:....r marriage of Miss Helen ANNOUNCES TO YOU !

t=. i Randolph Walthall daughter ol
ews Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Walthall of
this city to Wilson Brush Walker
; will take place Tuesday at 8 pm I
at the First Methodist Church.
I I Dr. John W. Branscomb will officiate I
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't. will be: II f
I Mrs. William J. Doerr :
matron of honor and Edward T ( I
I Walker will serve as best man. !
J ate Ushers will include James N
I Burden. William J. Doerr. Cush- I

I I man Williams.S. Radebaugh and Blenus ) /z5 ij j iI i

A program of music will be giv- ; I
en by Robert 0/1/ Tharp, organist,
-- and Walter A. Menges Jr.. soloist -

I Following the wedding, a reception We take great pleasure in announcing our appointment as dealer ffV :
will be held at the homeof :
Mrs. A. L. Baumwart 21S
America St. No formal invitations Juvenile furniture. This is the latest, addition, f.
....JM4 ....ab... Diamond Pair Wedding Set : have been issued, but all friend; JT / V? c

1 MU4 547 S.oO $175.00 of the couple are invited to both. U

I, the. wedding and_reception the many lines of fine Juvenile furniture which are already featured. We
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Virginian'sEngagement .. your

\ b.l ehfW 3y ALLEN JOHNSOK

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.! CYNTHIA.... .r. I I Announcement has been made MSp.cfdtHtt .iii .....,

.. ...- by Mr. and Mrs. R. S Hockett of ... lit

.--... .a. i l' "hi" III OM MIa vacation of several weeks m Roanoke. Va.. of the engagementof 140 N. Orange Ave. -- ,, -
.. -. ...,... !f1 ",WrIt Routhrra California, home looked their daughter Jean Louise to
.w. < r r. 1, 1 a rte tIId pretty rood to JIMMY and PIE George Reed Dooley son of Mr.
... -- .fir well ""NIftyM LEMONS and their two children S
s ... ..- ease ...: \ t.el1Ma .- SISSY and young JIMMY . and Mrs. G. N. Dooley, also of
.... 1l....er __ dM They did a lot of eight-seeing and Roanoke. No date has been set iiiui
.hen they drove up to Arrowhead for the wedding. 8rg
--e-:. =: Pusy had her first experience In R Miss Hockett is the granddaughter I
M lore M 'tat i<-# stating . Pie ran Into VIR- a of Mr and Mrs. W N, ..
M erarr raw, aftt C1INIA CAMP while they were In Hockett, and of the late Mr. and #. r sa y
I'R! a.A JACK Lo Ancelea and the two of them >a' I Mrs. E. T. Jackson of this city.
.... a earl Il.artte hd luncheon together on the Y ,' ,{ I
.. W Fourth of July at the picturesque ; ., } rp
N Ei: :... the .. Victor HUIOI restaurant at U- Z .. 4"t..tL ;- Mrs. Heintz
.aee : te+... .....t'M runa Beach . The Siemens ,,, ,
., ere .. ........ .. May Irares tomorrow morning fa-I .: I ,
....pq ... ..... Ileet led Ceronado. here they have {', k 'J Honor Guest 1t.
.MI nuMAD- a house until the first of Sept.] -
. Mrs. Albert Heintz was guest of I on SIICB
lilgfll.t.. .ajtaj. rHEOtkHP 000 ,': : a$ AMISS fil wo
Jf honor Thursday when Mrs. Mary
nVV"'9iT HAM! Tomorrow MT the departure of .... .. f ,;
R. Farrell, assisted by her two :
A ... enwHiEI : BETH JOHNSON and ,r f
\ ,)
the Misses Dorothy
awl I AtWtfl MARGARET. WINNIE and JO- i daughters, i - COLOGNE A HI TAU
: Rita Farrell entertained with a JEAN HOCKETT
N sad CLAR DIE mho mill KO to New Castle ., I
.;w shower. I I . becomes bride-elect.
'I'tw Bran for&Ioi& with MRS. GRACE "' I
kM Included
With the honoree
t.. D*s 11IMb.E PHILLIPS JOHNSON . They \ - --- - --- -- -- ,
sI the Mmes. Edgar C. Winters L. |
.. Ntr't rhnM ,ill b there later
joined by George Kenneth Ella I
M. Lampp Wmjum :
d .vet M drwrr Johnaon and from there there : "
...... UN. I Heaton, I* Reagan and Wade : NOW .r./' ,
the whole family will head for ,.
: the Misses Jlositer and
a. Beery .M-L
.. i. M W4...svtlMS Us Yoke Rangy Montana. f .... Bernice; Heintz. of Cleveland, Ohio; I eft.
lost ..... tr tllB lIP Iwltedtrlt o o
.. ... ... dtlralwrAAflptMRRI MRS. ALVA LOFTON YATES JR. Bootsy Taylor. Sandy Voightman, .. .
More goings and comings:
.... I SALLY and BOBBY HOWARD' . is the former Ruth Elinor Pierce, daughter of Mr and Dorothy_and Rita Farrd 1 IGc and 20o I

d tlt.tlMrla.1 P. C" 'eat tner to Daytona Beach Friday Mrs. K Palmer Pierce Jr. of this city. Her marriage to Mr '

r Ir.WIWT.vlntIMA where Bobby was to attend, Yates, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Yates of this city also, was a a., :r .;fl
a buaineM contention and they're
recent event at the First Presbyterian Church here A reception -
a t. M It1K1.r xpmd home today . BERT \
OHOCNE JR. to home from the was held at the church; after which the couple left on Chalk Line DDT 'iJI1 .
:. Vnhenity of Tennessee, after a I a trip to Daytona Beach. They will reside at 1220 Woodlawn \
... lit ...... of Summer school and will .
M irm 1 j Ave., Lancaster Park. CrayonGet ; ''I \ .. . .
-= A.. w all return thrre in the Fall . The ---- \., t \ .. .
aAr H WARPIELD DORSEYS who I : 9 ft a **).* !**. jOM agM|
e. el n have been visiting relatives in and Fiedler Bud and Fred Thompson, '_ ',' 2.YEAR.OLDFIELD Rid of Ants end InsectsAll
tIAA YM W MrM MAX. around Baltimore for the past Mrs. Ensigns Morris Rammez, Larry Jernigan, GROWN I' : tatM.M IK(
IAA __ e1FEANiittl :. several merks have now returned Carol Ensign. EVERBLOOMING PLANTS \ t P
___ L oafs. . MARY BARTLUM'S very Stores $! N .
Ale- .w a ; HostessOn The Mmes. H. D. Russ H. M. f OVER 50 CHOICE VARIETIES \.
allg sloes N.I attractive< houseguest ANN KEEN. WRITE FOR FREE CATALOG **...** .
Thompson J. L. Ensign K. K. ,
r:..,.. OsA11AN left by plane Friday morning to Antill L. T. Jernigan H. B. John- ROSES IN COLOR. National! Products Co. '- .. 1 aMM N. ttaua . .
: -.......Wr .Il return to her home In Macon. Ga. .. .
Thursday G W. Luke C. L. Lafler, C. F. .
Cadany. and Mr. and Mrs. D. L.
art Iravinc tomorrow for a vacation Mrs. J. L. Ensign Jr., was host- !, Keller. jtoxssx ;T rv xtwi 5SI j Orlando. Fla. j :T] :.
In the highest inhabited
I I 1 a
:: ess Thursday when she entertained -
toy in the U.B.A. namely Eagle
121---. Nert N Mez for her mother, Mrs. D. L. % GIVEN AWAY !
ooo Keller and her children. Johnnyand
Our good friend. NEWTON : Betty Ann all three of whom
rA e a letaalr aa>11 ........ MERRILL. is a patient at Orange I
celebrated their birthdays on that I

day. The party was at the home 40 BENDIX
of the hostess, at 1910 Illinois Ave. AUT O ncHOME

Guests were: Doris*Mussman,
Zlre SOX
MI/sic Mary and Nancy Cad any. Jackie, '

Fay and Harold Lafler, Rodney.
Lynn. David and Cathie Russ.

OPpssdN Rallies Campus, Winter Park Ronnie and Kenny Antill.Tish and P? LAUNDRIES

DeeDee Johnson. Marjean Mc- ir

. Clure, Frances Hart Willferd and
".-. .. ......
Judy Cunningham, Loretta Bag- I
.1wi4MwwlwyRwlwhwflY" ( ley Patricia and Roger Copeland

Frances and Teressa Shaffer. Sally I FIRST PRIZE: BENDIX PLUS
Memorial Hospital, where he was
operated on last Monday . He's
feeling fine at this writing.
a o r>
her houseguest her nephew WILLIAM t
P. FLOYD of Leesburg. The
occasion of his visit is a very hap-
py one. because he is the proud
father of a baby daughter PA- .
TRICIA BARTON born at the

frktf start ef $187 Orange 10. MRS.Memorial FLOYD Hospital is convalescingnow on July

at the hospital.

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High why)'OIIl1kc La France Bluing Flakes containing their aiheruung agencies and 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 I e , I
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work of the contestants submitted i ra their "The Second Mrs. NAME
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.''f/r, OsbnnV for Orlando, Florida, July 20, 1947 idle 'rntfctg -
and i about
tfwdialjistidaW -tlldlM
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1/.1/1" Voted I Chis .. ...... -
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*!II Show&r \ ([))RYillE I VvNT To Give j: BABY 1 itI ftFAJ

ice FaREabwa ... By KITTY HENRY Society Editor ; .
a1ww.tBtIM al. Rush - .. MI.
w- Party .
.. M fi rMO eaM 11 ERE FOR A visit with her aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall I ., j

is .. r atlrt Maas Boor to Mary Helen Campbell who recently returned from a year The Florida Light and Power SPECIAL' '

A ... .**.* ahead .Uh her parents. Dr and Mrs.G.G. Campbell. camp on Bear Lake will be the I THIS WEEK _
riylr .. M Dr Campbell has been Director General of Medical Services scene of a rush party given by I "-

t1. Y ........ fter Ike Ethiopian Government for the east three years and alumni and active members of

I .... .. ....... lilt Mtf Mr. Campbell. who are N cyst Sigma Chi Wednesday at 5 pjn JOSEPH I !!

.. ........ MV to Ptanf IranU, are expected Guests have been invited for a ORLANDO : &7l e &
11 r1r r sir ..sw- to arts" in Orlando the first part picnic supper and an evening of
dancing. On the
. .. ilrBa . el AeMt for a visit. They will ; committee plan-
.. ning the event are Bill Bunning,
::- A R -. 11 Oil it to Ethiopia In the Fall. 6 chairman. Earl Vaughn. Ralph '
rrll a... rLsRlyr Ury Helen .ill be here for Cowan. Jim Blake and Bill Dunn. I CJlef

( Efb/tla.l( I I.Ilr .M Noted WQnUL* 'I Rushees who have been invited ( I
<> n n with their dates are Richard
fc a 4k
> AMH Vtos stoCHEMEX fI
Cook. Donald Corbett Jack Dyer, II I
.r ...- JIlIn ..... *TOUR MEMBERS OP the local Douglas Courtney Wayne: Estey i
PliabfUrian Churches will atwwd Lacey Johnson James I !
..NssbllNlasri..e U. Young Peoples' Leader- David Pittman, Hugh Millegan Stump, I I
.llllw **MI Tnttune School to be held Charles Witherington, Edwin Phillips I
MiUcHUMt. N. C. this meek.Mar- 0 Frank Limpus. Jud Fulmer i Comfort"I I1II
I;: iem Mefktroth mill represent George Terry James Franklin, i
Jtt.M.At4tei. ike >ting people of the Park Robert Williams Joe Davila Frank I I
L**. PrMkytenan Church and Holland James Porter. Starvos I I

J* Aaae Darts and Nancy Dendy r Demopoulos. .
.m attend M representatives of Reed Morris, Conrad Stewart. ,
..rIII1ST.AT UM Pint Presbyterian Church. Harold Taylor. Joe Yon, Robert I i
Camgan, Jimmy Boyles, Hollis I
Mm OrACle* Burgess mill attend as McCall. John Francisco. John I e
Yws1 aw adlult hilwr. Demopoulos, Kent Stevens Gerald
sll.rp Nary .U already in Montreal Walker Jr., Jerry Cloud Pete Rad- I
ra $
hstts. been of cliffe Donnie I
e r'....,+ young Dyer. Bob Butter- ;
rttrualtlr8 .......'s .rtUeTthere this SumMARY HELEN CAMPBELL I I field James Grant Arthur Ross
$ue UPm awr Btoe la president of the Sy- . here for visit. i and Jack LyonsMr.Tetenbaum.

k ntsaji . B4 of Florida Young People's Council, of the Presbyterian Churches. I
+ r
e r OP OUR most veil-dressed young ladies is Carolyn Rich, daugh- 2 "BED TIME IS THE /

-- ...... .... ..1Si'N.Pt .. of Mr, and Mrs. E. G. )'Rich, who adores pert cotton frocks for ,

Bummer and early Fall wear at home or traveling. j I To Marry\ . 1 1i
Carolyn had several cotton outfits packed into her bag for thet since I got that -
-1 tlTtJII .,1.. y HA( ahe and her mother made yesterday to Bainbridge. Ga.. : box spring from RUSS
ta lo-tt C rolrn'. grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bell. Some had I Georgia Girl
J"HE the new flare effects some the new I|i You are cordially invited to
bow ties one cute one with a key- Mr and Mrs. Morris Blumbergof plant at 1122 W. Crunch St..
Savannah, Ga., have announcedthe
hole neckline and all were crisp I engagement of their daughter tress manufacturing plants

Clothes .: and dainty looking. : Helen, to Oscar Tetenbaum, son of the quality mattresses are
A graduate of the University;I Mr. and Mrs. Morris Tetenbaumof materials obtainable. Or i
I., of North Carolina, Carolyn believes this city. representatives. I
x, the modern Southern girl Miss Blumberg is a graduateof I
CI.tlJ'flt/ f TM. :! can find a washable to fit almost I Savannah High School and attended -
S every occasion, and even the old'ones I Armstrong Junior College "Sleep in
11W ......... St.eel. .. _: and the University of Georgia, Comfort"A
can be brightened this sea-
.. j Hunter Field Branch. Daryl original f/AJ"tfUtsl ... t.
... Var.-. t-: son with the return of trimming II wIP.
Mr. Tetenbaum attended the
ideas. This year pretty and inexpensive University of Florida in Gaines- long jacket-in HalklffHfW ...... ... ..

ribbons make gay and I ville and was a member of Tau + of black broZl.'H.
saucy bowknots for fastening the Epsilon Phi fraternity During the or
French cuffs of a blouse or trimming i war he eerved in the European _t\
the neckline of an afternoon Theater with the U. S. Army t' ttI

COMIC MAKER dress. And washable lace can con- Quartermaster Corps, having seen I I The Shop Smart W.../t .AEriiEi.
vert a terribly plain looking dressto action in four major campaigns. I I wholesale and Retail
one suitable for almost any cock- : He is now associated with Florida I 131 N. Orange AT. Ng 1/\1
effect Coffee Wholesale Leather Co.
tail party. Also notable for add- i

-- ;::. : ing a bit of spice to the Summer
z ..
: Cc ., .. wardrobe for Carolyn are the I
.. .. $". ',r' many kinds of pretty buttons
: which dress'
: can change a per-
sonality within a few minutes. i

4.. Mrs. Rich and Carolyn will .
AROl-Y- N' 'RICH- be joined by Mr. Rich and son
Gene during the weekends while
. gives fashion tip in Bainbridge.r :1-0
the nation
n o ;'

GLENN, the former Ellen Upham. was here this i / .

4M8area for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Bess D. Upham. Mr. and I
Mrs. Olenn are residing in Miami where he is a pilot for Eastern :;
Air Unrs. . Mr and Mrs. M. A. Somervell and children. Malcolm : CL;
and Janice Memphis. Tenn.. are visiting Mr. Somervell's sister Mrs. i oCeaJinf JJ
t Margaret, Pee, of E. Robinson Ave. . Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Roach are } i.an s .
spending I.hrt'eHU' In Salt Lake City. Utah and plan to attend theOntnnll
brine held there. . Leira Lucille Jones daughter of Mr. I Go to
and Mrs.Elmer E.Jones of Magnolia Farms has as her house guest her .
<'rouatn Pat Fowler, of Greenville s. C. and Dorothy Wilson, of
lanta. Friday night Leira Lucille entertained with an informal At-j

party at her home to honor her guests. --- -- I Buy any item listed below on OUR EASY PAYMENT PLAN !

I o/npara
Pine Castle/ News purchased the meat department of I
Peoples Cash Market. Mr. Mc-
VTOUQ third class arrived Thursday -: and vegetable department. (dining room and bedroom furniture (natural fiber and reed living room, dining: room (bedroom f.,......I
to visit his parents Mr. and : grocery Newell and Gordon AUSTELL CABINET COMPANY and bedroom furniture cocoa door mats) RICHMOND"' CABINET.. COMPANY
Mrs. J. 1L Gardiner, In Belle Isle. Morgan son kitchen cabmen, chiff orates, and odd dressers) HIGHSTOWN RUG COMPANY (kitchen furniture!
Mrs. J. H. Row left last week of Cleveland Ohio, are guests of BASSETT FURNITURE COMPANY. J. D. BASSETT (carpets and floor covering) SANDEL MANUFACTURING .....,....,
for Dayton Ohio where rheas; I Mr. Newell's sister Mrs. R. J. MANUFACTURING CO.. W. M. BASSETT HOME APPLIANCE DISTRIBUTING COMPANY Silos t.bl.I end kna1*. .Ump.>
railed. by the Illness of a Mills and family. I FURNITURE COM NY. (wood ranges) SANITARY IEIIIGEIATOIMPAv
1 ,\<;r* tee Mrs. June Heck daUKh-1 Mr. and Mrs. Milton Franke andson. i bedroom and dining room furniture) HOOKER BASSETT FURNITURE COMPANY ico ..fn..t
South, of Newark, N. J, were recent I t BERNHARDT FURNITURE COMPANY (bedroom and dining room furniture HALEY MATTRESS COMPANY..
Members of the Pine Castle 4-H I guests of :Mr. and Mrs. A. C. : (dining room furniture) i HUENEFELD COMPANY (.bedding
Cob who will attend camp at BIGELOW SANFORD CARPET COMPANY (Boss oil ranges and stoves SEWARD TRUNK AND lAG f3SMPAN
HOME Camp McQuarrie. In the Ocala Na- Franke.William Wallick plans to go to (carpeting and rugs) B. F. HUNTLEY FURNITURE COMPANY CI.a ....ht
iwnal Forest leaving today are BLOWING ROCK FURNITURE COMPANY SHWAYDER $.OS.
(bedroom and
& Canton. Ohio today, where he will dining room furniture
(bedroom and (card fables)
JuAima Br.-shaw. Nancy YarCarolyn- dining room furniture)
Join his wife who has been visiting HY-LAN FURNITURE COMPANY
BAard and Ruth Griffith.Mr I relatives there. (fine occasional pieces) (dining room furmtvro, tha '._WI Boa.tyf.*. .e1h.MM .n4.**.*s
third meetingof
the Annie Willoughby
Akron Ohio.ere recent guests ( ,room dining room and bedroom furniture) (maple bedrowi suites ALEXANDER SMITH B SONS
home of Mrs. J.
held at the
w. & awry Drt. .f Mr and Mrs. R. J. HanselL I was Lake Conway. In CALDWELL FURNITURE COMPANY JAMESTOWN LOUNGE COMPANY (rug* and c carpormg)
C L Postmen of Orlando has Burdick on life W.1 (bedroom furniture (fin. living room furniture) SOUTHERN SPRING BIO COMPANY
i7rh.Ilw or of the occasion Woman's a CAREY FURNITURE COMPANY JASPER CABINET COMPANY (the ......* Red O.** o>..sw.. *4..M.*.
In the Society
(secretaries and desks)
-- - (fine porch rockers) 'eddi.tCAROLINA
upon strumental founding the group. Duncan Phyfe sofas and occasional living room bedroom furniture furniture) LANE COMPANY STANLEY FURNITURE COMPANY
FINER PIANOSby The Burdick's honor aunt was Mrs.conferred J. E. by Jenkinsof Mrs. CAVALIER CORPORATION (Lane cedar chests (bedroom and d.m..s
Kissimmee. secretary of spiritual (Stow-away cedar chests LEXINGTON CHAIR COMPANY C. F. STREIT MANUFACTbRtMt Mt* KTtha .
life of the Orlando District of COLEMAN FURNITURE COMPANY fine( occasional chain) ( f._.. Snit Slu..... fh+.art
the Five WSCS.charter members of the organization ' CONTINENTAL FURNITURE COMPANY* (chrome a.. porcelain dinette suites, living room (mirrors)
I >I were present-Mrs. (bedroom furniture) furniture and porch furniture) SUMPTER CABINET COMPANY
Burdick. Mrs. H. A. McGill Mrs. DIXIE FURNITURE COMPANY MADDOX TABLE COMPANY (bedroom '."'ita..t
( bedroom fina secretaries and desks) SUPERIOR SLEEPRITI CCMretAMM
Wilmott L e sse r. Mrs. Robert mahogany furniture)
bedroom and dining room furniture) (White Mountain all ice refrigerators) .. CORPOBAN..N
lililNyi In addition the following attended DREXEL FURNITURE COMPANY E. B. MALONE COMPANY (picture* .d n..inert)
: Mrs.. Jim Burden. Mrs. bedroom and dining room furniture) bedding THOMASVILLI CHAIR' COMPANY
Collis Blair. Mrs. Dethndge. Mrs. ELKOR. INCORPORATED MANTLE LAMP COMPANY OF AMERICA (.bedroom and. dm*.* _
Hooks. Mrs. Yamngton Mrs. E. fina )Meg; room furniture) table end floor lamps TONK"' MANUFACTURING"' i16.i1 iN\
Mrs. Arnold. Mrs. R. R. Norman. (bedroom furniture! (dinette furniture) TROY SUNSHADE COMPANY
Mrs. Max Walker. Mrs A. E. Jorgensen FERGySON BROS. MFG. COMPANY MARSH FURNITURE: COMPANY fcto,.... .nd p..eb. Mrs Oscar Wells. Mrs. fine occasional living room furniture (kitchen cabinets) UNAGUSTA"' MANUFACTUR* 1uFfb1. "
Rampy Burdick Mrs. C. W. Bur- FICKS REED COMPANY MARTINSVILLE NOVELTY COMPANY mahogany bWrgem l.>.*. e*
: tiJj: dick and Mrs. W. E. White. reed and pine sun porch and living roam (occasional tables UNIQUE FURNITURE MAM"f AfTJilli4COMPANY
The Annie Willoughby Circle furniture MORGANTON FURNITURE COMPANY
will serve a dinner to men of the FLORENCE STOVE COMPANY (fine bedroom and dining room furniture (#...$. ......I
Methodist Church Thursday at oil and electric ranges and oillo.otent MT. AIRY CHAIR AND FURNITURE COMPANY UNITED"' FURNITURE CdRPOCATMM
6:30: pjn. FLORIDA FURNITURE INDUSTRIES INC. (fine dining room and bedroom furniture (bedroom f.*.*-I
The Adult Bible Class of the (popular priced bedroom furnitdre MURPHY-MILLER. INC VALENTINE SLAVIC COMPANYFLORIDA
Methodist Church met Tuesday MATTRESS FACTORY foccoionalli"in, room chairs (living; room <.-..o.o
$545and with Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Padgettat Hivina; room furniture and bedding) NATIONAL FURNITURE COMPANY. INC"' VAUGHAN FURNITURE COMPANY
their home on Lake Jasminefor FOGLE FURNITURE.. COMPANY (fine bedroom ftirnitvre) (bedroom (. **.**I
a covered dish supper and 118th Century and Duncan Ptiyfe Irving room OAK FURNITURE COMPANY VIRGINIA LINCOLN COIPCMAteM
business meeting. furniture) (bedroom suites ....4_.. ../ 4i.i. .. ,.......,
ills smartest piano fashions-the Following the business meeting FOX MANUFACTURING COMPANY PULLMAN COUCH COMPANY WEST BEND ALUMINUM COMPANY
dlt/Betit typifies the ultimate in Mr. Padgett gave several selections (maple living room suite t (Fine living room furniture) (fin. .ite..k.. ......... v ot -
on his banjo. Present were FURNITURE. INC.

CNII. fa elffance and in priceless Mr.Mrs.and H,J.Mrs.Lesser.E. W.Mr.Roe.and Mr.Mrs.and J. FU(ITt;;: room INDUSTRIES tables' Also! Zenith Radios, RCA Radios, Phi Ic0 Rad i Os. Norgt EUctrtc 1 ttfrif. .r t.*.. M..IMtrie Mr1.

The adequate height makes J. Wills. Mrs. H. T. PTool. Mrs. popular priced bedroom furniture! Ranges, and various other manufacturers which space will not permit .. *. Bill.

S 4 tkiUfully constructed scale of W.Smith Willoughby.Mrs. Alice Mrs.Giles.Annie Mrs. Ed-Lee GALAX(living FURNITURE room fumitvre COMPAN) Your Mather store carries merchandise. from the finest manufe-cturerg in tke .tMAsd( Irve

proportion and rich tonal depth na Hoffner. Mrs. Alnn Hook. Mrs.Z. GALAX MIRROR COMPANY at prices you can afford to pay. SHOP MATHER COMPARE. AN:> SAVI.
11 Mf/J/fri/ the most H. Smith. Mr. Worley. Mrs. An- (minors)
na Matchett Mrs. Mary Wiarman
*&< ) Mrs. Carrie -Morse Mrs. W. F., GENERAL(GE radio ELECTRIC and appliarces SUPPLY CORPORATION All You Pay at MATHER'S Is the "Fair Traded"Price Established A* f.. M.m111j f'

Horton. Mrs. C. C. Blair and Rebecca GREENHILL TABLE' PAD COMPANY
Ifae al owl pky w. thea morrelous Instruments Vonceil Todd, Mrs. Mamie 'heat-proof table pads)
Bratcher. Rev. Wills. Mrs. O. 1.. HETRICK MANUFACTURING COMPANY ar. .
Wells. Mrs. C. J. Sweet and P. M. glider and porch furniture) > ..
Shanlbarger and Jacquelyn Yon. MAT H E R
Mrs. Matchet Invited the class ,

way to meet for at the her August home meeting.on Lake Con- ORLAIII(

70% of the people m the Urvjed States moke _
ABCDIAPER less than $3,000 per year. You don't hove -- ......
EVERYTHING FINE to spend a fortune for your House Furnishings. 69 E. Pine St. Phs..W nWHojr
SERVICENew Your home will/ look smart and you will be
IN THE MUSIC UNE Accounts and Future smart if you head for ond buy your Furniture
Reservations Are Solicited \SS/4 etc, from PI.in. Thnfty Old Mather's.

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r.JHCh'lrcIJ Wedding DateMr. I For Visitors SUPPUH

and Mrs. P. A. Van Land- Mr and Mrs. Clarence Home of
.. HlJ 16 b Altamonte Springs entertained .
; j ingham of this city are announcing ...
1 jj .Thursday at a dinner party hon- S Oak Flooring Pint fMfif IIIrIB .
.....-.. .r b j the engagement of their oring their houseguests. Ernest L. .
t t. .t Wee MowWwf S.. ...... rIM
and Sash Doors
.a+ rte..k, "WI I grand-daughter. Miss Sue Jane Gegerke. David Dispennett.
. ,r. fr ni : Van Landingham. also of this city, Jack Ayrnes, all of Chicago. Ill. Sash locks Builders Ileedweel Mli e.....
..,".. fir iP Another of the many social
I to John L. Mathews of Tifton
for the visitors was a
... .. My events given Cabinets.
I Da., and Orlando. I card party at which Mr. and Mrs.
." ::I\': a The bride-elect is the daughter I Arthur Lott were hosts on Wed- And iMtif M.re ArfWM
\ .... ,.. of H. A. Van Landingham. of nesday.
... 2 Dublin, Miss. Mr. Mathews is the The three men have returned to
..nnF dR-reas eatttlant.eNtlN sarxr,.. son of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Mathews Chicago and will come to Orlando INDUSTRIES -
\ . ..-- .d1iM1t .. of Tifton, Ga. early in the Fall at which time PHILLIPS
The ,'eddinldate: has been set. they plan to go into business here. at
... ... 10I Atrle for Aug.15,and plans for the ceremony 1'1I0XE1!%' MltWteIle St a.l
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.. P ilsa.tatarrt t # t f 1 I will be announced later.
4 ; Miss Van Landingham gradu- ntifle1= ,tar
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F ated from Orlando Senior High
rt# .. oatesyes .. School with the class of '46 andIs MERCHANDISE
4M : n MOVES
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: F dept. C. Penney HAMMON'
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here. Mr. Mathews graduatedfrom I III & '" m 11; ( .... ".
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.1 I the high school of Tifton Average Dally Cirruuiiun. S
I 4 .. .... .... & and U associated with the R. G. I I Past 6 Months-42.993 I 0 OVOX
Coffman Co. here. I
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f . recent bride. . to be wed to Mr MathewsMr. _
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Miss SealsMr ,. 4th Floor 6 posture/-oundation t
KUlLilHCMATERIALS and Mrs. A. M. Seals of h
I Mcmbw Fidm] Otpotlt Iniurioct CerPfl"
that city are today announcing :
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ti*eaSaetment of their daughter;

It .=001 ....,..,... to Harry Thomas Pee- ,j".1, Attaches to JHatm or ( '" t" ; jt j
3-1.t ... of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. ",

... --.-...sr, ..4 &h1.. ......... .f Winter Park. ,,, '' 1 CANVAS SHOES Play the softovox with \<>ur t
...... .. ... ...... The .1'CNmc' will take place ,, 1 bend,
right piMw or OTM
I 4 Tttmit 8MkO.r.' July 27, at 5 pm. at the ,
accornpanisne.t with yam i.> "c
Realty Memorial MethodistCtMtrrh.
: : : I Gives you beautiful tMAn.*n* t
No invitations haVe been ,
4> Keeps Normal Feet Health a tl efftct-HM of vtottn" f 1,,-.
.Meats.. but all friends of the '
cou- Guards Flat Feet .
CO. Against trlt4B .( Stud. Resin' ... I t:..,
N* are Invited to attend. Decreases Muscle Strain e
.I w .... A... t.L un The bride-elect attended' Orlando 'tt etlheet M t peMo it'i. E.Aata W It
-- rhoote,and is now employedby .;r . ,, and Leg Fatigue Iy MhllMd. drta 't..... pt'ft;;' ._
th* rV Woolworth Co. here. a .......... ttestr.' ..<, ills.evtl.t ".
Mt P.eb.s attended Winter MISS MARGARET SEALS INNERSPRINGMATTRESSES : triI .t::= to' ....
Part rhooU. During the mar he . her betrothal told. :
.tJP'4t rrred for three years in the U.s. I
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"_'T, two years of which were onnsereas "! i BOX SPRINGS
". f." duty He is now employed GUS MADDEN'S HOLLYWOOD BEDS : I
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ej rP by Scott Mill Works in Winter
tt: pJ i INDIVIDUAL ORDER /i I 1T= o.I.
..' rt WATCH REPAIRING R.no..Unlr A 6o.cl.ttr- : I IAn a
Refrigerators 0 .brre In Central Florida ,
': BprcUtizinc in Swiss and American I ro .. .Ie
; : Bought and SoldPromptEfficientReasonabI "Cxll Ci Today-; I
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ORLANDO JEWELRY Wo repair all makes and types
SSt 8. Orange. Comer Jackson ECHOLS BEDDING CO. : Co.
CAPOFFMi ( Don't gene Gus Fns' FONE 7726 j, On Sanford Vndcrpass H'.',. Just South of i I 5TOR -= : J JI

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P. M. July 21st

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for / o; wAlr TILL we M .CI..
fide-by-side your Personal A / ; ;
S ..***.t.?..l.ray child residing In the area Inspect/on./ ?/' ?

!f..4 VT *W.peps.el any age up to 8 year. yuvao PtESEnr DY6EIS, sY vE 60t j btf MA W.... ,- "
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Youth Caravan Florida Power I Orlando, Florida, July 20, 1947 it, unbay 'rnttnd- tar Page 23 I
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Ends Sessions I Plant Renamed Carnival King, 'I The Whitlcys I Plumbing Garris-Edgar uBOON"for Baby'sComfort _

GeorgeTurner I I Have Guests Problem Sent Nuptials! Held

eN Mll2 t a- e- eiorl ,Queen CrownedI (Spec.o) to The Sunday Sent!::Tel-S"ar] sL
a ) At DeLand
rd "' AD formal dedication of To Board DAYTONA BEACH-Miss Helen
+71M 4 1M Power .'. Marie of Mr. and
a Corp huge I] Edgar daughter
p M_ e1 RHtrtf" power plant at Benson I TOM PRICE [Special to The Sunday ST:nr'' S'irl] : r-, .' tc T Si\. Jc7 Sen'.no'' Star!; ] Mrs. Wiley Edgar, Ormond Beach l.'I'U. l.
tag., / NpMap .M held Friday at which 'Our/ On Staff Corr spondentl DELAND Visiting Mrs. W T. DELAND-Finding the plumbers became the Bride of Russell Benton 2 r lk Yjr t
a s Mllla t4fle the fanlttT was renamed the DELAND Marcia nodes Whitley and family are Louise of DeLand in hopeless dis- Garris. son of Mr. and Mrs.
le.eg. E: Turner plant In honor Henderson of Atlanta and Joyce Hubert Price Ormond Beach Friday -
., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom agreement over proposed amend- ___
LIr their former production man. and Sara Frances Henderson of ments to the city's plumbing ordinance night. 'S. ...... ., ...-.r.. ... .
1. Mr- Rodes. and Phil Wahle Jr., son of Rev. Lee Nichols performed the
t" Ocella
Ga. _
rwttned last .. ..
-1 + May after __ t .
the __ r -
tattpnlMl. .a 4/ .. Mr. I City Commissioners ceremony in the First Baptist t. .. ::: :: .
tea '* r with the company and Mrs. Phil Wahle. reigned I j Mr. and Mrs. Bill ---- so a "
M Flnney are Friday night voted to send the \
efts1v..r W J I 1 I revisions Church. Gladioli green fern and -- .t 55057 q.ap S. e..t...
+r CUpp. production superWndeM. as King and Queen of the Teen celebrating l their edging annh'ersary along with the present MipattOO "
un veiled a bronze Town Carnival Friday night. They today. ordinance to the State Board of lighted tapers were used as deco- gASfStO jot ec. .1.. ....... .... .....': .
rations. N ..tt: ,. .
b 1t A.d .P.W She elflrUlIy naming the plant were crowned as the result of a ':' On the birthday list today are Health for a recommendation as The bride was giveri in marriage [.o1S g t ag.t .UI., ..ra.etw.. ..... -.-. :r'_ ....a
r f M AqaMro. farmer power company of- Mary Therese Clark. Eusene C. to which was most satisfactory. by her father and wore a gold .vrtat1 yTao' rtRw h'Nvco
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three-week .
I n\\ who mid),. in Orlando. \ city-wide contest. I I I Turner Fred L. Marsh. Dorothy '' 0t ":
gabardine suit with white lts
/'mss Proponents' of the amendments' \ acces- _
visas ..Tllnter.. also was honored by Attendants for the King and C. Stephens. C. W. Jarvis and stated such changes would save sories. Her hat was white with .} pO 7 Ita... L"M-Irfttata ..... .......... ..
. 11"-- "." of a ring to him by Queen were Shirley Hatfleld and : Irene McMillan. gold decorations. She carried a i sea .g ... .wlrw. .u w?
the people approximately 33 g 1 = ; \, .
A. W lli.tiru." company president.t Don Blaebaum. Little Patsy Barn- Monday's greetings go to Mary cent of the cost of per large bouquet of white asters. b.19 70 t ....soettiy. .bn J.. --. .
a taken of the company's appeeeieiaan hill and Blanchard Bagwell Jr.. Scarlett Steele. Jerry Frierson. struction by eliminating con- Miss Jimmie Sewell was maid of [a17 sC.yt a ...,... w.. ..:".... .
t4te r Atae el his years of service. were crown\ bearers. Mrs. Edith Des Aulniers. Arthur C. many honor and wore a blue linen suit a Stit t Ngstrti r. Ass .
r TM ......., extra fittings which have no sanitary t1aA [ r I.YFO ." fsI etitit
r at attended Johnson. John D. Bradley Idell with white accessories and carrieda to ti.. -. .
Teen Town in the Chamber of or useful value. a. .g ''t1 IP'IIJL"
tv a" ..M.TM .f the plant and Jones Johnny E. Fair and Babby I bouquet of pink asters. Earl r...,
Commerce lined
Bldf. with [
---j tee. ls. .. was The present law WM characterized [
ipa( we b4rN 4r r n ili th* rampany Denhardt. Owen was best man.
h..sd .f irerUn.- and rmM many brightly decorated booths Mr. J. P. Wirick of Lloyd. Fla., I by them as "wanton The couple and guests were entertained -
.," inlet nearby plants. After which were in charge of various is visiting his granddaughter Mrs. waste," "unsanitary" and "50 at a reception which followed s.s
the 4lrsltAii. ".rrlM, the members of the Town. Bill Betty Wilson. ... years behind the times." They 'I \ the ceremony at the Edgar
is dialLewes Grow chairman of the affair, is also asserted that the amendments 'I
i w ire.p was served an outdoor Visiting in Hollywood for a few home Bouquets of zinnias were
due round of thanks for his
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.. "PJI" prepared ky wives of the weeks is Marjorie Blanchfield.Mr. were In line with the used 10 decorate the house Assisting
m +..t plaM .....,... ipendld work In organizing the and Mrs. Tom Stone and modern Daytona Reach Orlando I to serve were Mrs. Cauley '
Titers were shown the new affair I children will leave tomorrow for St. Petersburg. Jacksonville I Whitehurst and Mrs. Tip Murphy. ) '
Mtt which U under construction : Mary Dunham and Katherine 'I Daytona Beach. and :Miami codes. Adel. Oa. I TWJ WEEKS WITH PAY...
and which will cost between $2'* Rand were in charge of the Pitch- !I I Members of Teen Town Satur- Commr. Everett White stated The couple left immediately ona
.... II nulUon by the time of its ing Pennies Booth: soucenirs were day enjoyed 10 dozen cookies contributed I the building contractors were in wedding trip to Silver Springs. I
ntf l'iM n this Fall. Company of-i, sold by Betty and Doris Colter and I IDa by Mrs. Mary Leary' agreement about fairing the Upon returning they will make
ftriAi Ruled it would probably be Marie McGlumphy; a game Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Sayre and change and they told him sub their home at 1654 Riverside Dr. I
'IP .Hi ..,.tten by December. table, contribution of the DeLand family of Arbuckle. W Va., are stantial savings would be made Ormond Beach.
III .v CUES This new unit li approximately: Elk's Club was tinder the management i.I visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bell. under the new laws.
"J-j9. .....M* ih# sue of the present one of Jean and Ruth McCor- ., Mr. and Mrs. John Folks of I Objectors to the change. however I I I
slid wtU mlck Jane and Nita Botts with Gainesville are visiting Mrs Folks'
have an electrical capacity charged that the amendments
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AVI. *f M 000 kilowatts. The gener- Ruth Bradshaw took care of the I sister and brother-in-law Mr. and were unwarranted\ the
.ter power unit will consume aptcwtmuteiy grab bag. Ice cream sandwichesand Mrs. Ernest Davis. I present code was satisfactory and
44"& 00 gallons of fuel snowballs were\ sold by Libby Expected home today is Palmer that "e\ery time a new plumber
JMt RftesedA ml doily and requires' 37.100 gal- Lou Allen. Ginny Sullivan. Betty Tillis. who is stationed at Fort : comes to town he wants to
..*. of rnoJmc. water per minute. and Beverly Northrup and Beverly Bragg; N. C. He will spend a 14- change the code."
FIsher. day furlough: with his parents Mr.
w.r .**..*. (NNHM.ff'MJL I
and Mrs. J. J. Tillis.
Tickets for Stetson i Fortunes were told by Mrs. L.
..... elf .e .4d H. C Rutter whose booth was j ji i There will be many . .
Play To Go on Sale i i taken care of by Barbara Rutter Purse Snatcher Uses .
& WINTER . ,. ,- 'ft, n' Stvr1; and Dorothy Denham. Bill Lee and SUMMER WEDDINGSso fFLORIOIJIllllllf'S
DILANDTkbta for Stetson Bill Chaulker: were able workers in Automobile for Getaway hate you thought of gifts Let us give you some suggestionsBEVFIFD -
CATALOG Uat."nu.IJttlfo Theater product the photography booth. : : .EDHE TASTE MIRRORSJCrtE
FSpeciol The Sent rvl
i to Sunday Starl
Your Uncle Dudley go on A cake awarded by Marilyn j AND UK TK.*"SETS OF LOVELY CRACKLED GLASS! !I. Don't waste precious vacation time 9ft4 to sad Mot.
... r--s .....s ..4* tomorrow In the lobby of Eli- Sherman and "Snooky" Bennett. J DAYTONA BEACH -'A new .('I FAR OR If (OI.OR your "wonderland." FLY FLORIDA AlftWAYS erd

.. ...Ar .< .. *TP** .' Mteth Thursday MtlL 'The and play will be at PITMited the- was received by Rush McCormIck. I|I technique here In Friday purse night snatching when wasused a COCKTAIL t11ES AND CORDIAL GLASSES IN EXQUISITE PASTELe I have MORE TIME for fun Friday
Chaperones for the eveningwere e SERVING TRS OF TIIFEVF.R POPULAR ALUMINUM: :
MUM6ING *.*er Lit'I Tlteater. This is the young man grabbed the purse of KK DRINKS SALADS MEATS AND
fir.. Bummer theater production Mr. and Mrs. James Roche Mrs. Mabel Rowland dashed to a HOR-D'()E t.'R F.S Connecting with Airlines< srrt iFkR Addiit.... !
_trl _sy Sa IMSad.o .I th* University since 1939. who .represented the local Elk'sClub. waiting cAr and sped away. NESTS OF METAL AND GLASS TABI.ES .

..... .$..... - I and Ruth Mr. Roche McCormick assisted with Jean the I time Police in memory reported it that was a the purse first j THE GREETING SHOP '. 6 Flights Daily . Air TtM t1s fi9 __

SPECIAL table. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nest i! snatcher used an automobile to 142 North Ora.[. Avenue 1'1.1'1.J Telephone 4597 Or* s 4. M.Mlilfrtil __
.Word and Mrs. Arthur Johnson were J Orlando
". 4 HOURS DRY CLEANING also chaperones.Mrs. make his getaway. I

CAtMOS OWCCT ) Seale.MANGNAM'S Harry Sullivan director of
CLEANERS Teen Town wishes to thank all
A ..s.4. A... I IL. ALTERATION: DCUTEETr who helped make the affair the
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grand it Thanks
,,* Nit I I /N R. ..wa..a .au. success was. go to
the chaperones to Billy Chunns.
I for his contribution of 'funny
-----...---- books; to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gross
( for their contribution to the grab
bak and to Sally Ann Landis who
did a wonderful\ Job as the candy
APPLIANCE CENTER I and cigarette girl for the evening. .
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W..,.. II."I.IJ Appliances/ I Ginny Bennis LeadsAt

If ffc .* . i\o Walling ListTelephone Soaring Meet :. f .: .; .: ::,'<" -- --- --.

I Swfial to The Sunday Sentinel-Storl v. "._' .....
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SANFORD Sailplane pilots ,. ... auw..r- .I.--
II I aw.15f, 2-3736 -
from here are leading contendersfor -

theh q.-1 s .1 ......,. national titles that are being
established at the national soaring -

.- I meet at Wichita Falls Tex. .
according to reports withe Ginny Y Mti F
Bennis leading the pack.
.- - The attractive Sanford ladybirdleft
I A4FMALT TILE-HIM Different Colors for the contest lacking only I.le rar.af
the five hour duration
..... ... ... II.W; .k). .... to 0,..s> -D' flight specific to qualify for the highly I

AU WOOL CARPETING rated saver C. She has achieved couldn't
this mark and now is the only e ,
9r. M .Wta, .... IT* ..4 sr rnNaers.s woman holding the coveted award.
She has set new records for
L LUMhftf women in goal flight with a distance -

Iah 4 of 52 miles and In an unpredicted .
*. Co.goltum Conowall distance flight of 92 have done it

miles when she landed her Kite

1..11IM **. AIM LMfflLEUM co. sailplane at Willo. Okla. I '-C Sit

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Have Your AutoSTEAMGREASED FANS -Satw map
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4. 1. I 15% DiscountOn ,. .
Lfec Miss WillifordTo Motor and chassis ** I
It steam cleaned and 1"50 i AU Types of Fans- I:
lubricated While They Last C- ,.
Wed Soon complete* J .. - .
[Specie! to The Sunday Sentinel-Star
WtIM Husband GROVELAND-Mrs. Nana R. 19.95 Immediate Delivery/ ;
.., Williford has announced the engagement 10.00 ANY CAR ORLANDOAPPLIANCE .k. .."n,*a
of her Miss
.. -- Lasts Three Times Longer ,
Nedra Williford. to Forest F. Martens CO.
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Fort Wayne Ind. .
., I 210 N. Orange A e
4 Miss Williford. daughter of the! 101 N. Main St. Ph. 9782 Phones 4537 and 2-4004 YOUR T-
.... ... IJ late D. W. Williford, is a graduateof I \ ANSWER
Groveland High School.
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.......,.... cs 1 air l'' ah Central Mr. Martens High School graduated of from Fort Complete line of Day alHl __

.. .,.. ....... < Wayne. Ind. During the war he Hospital and Sick Room SuppliesTrusses '
.. ... served with the Army Air Corps as .. ..
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.. "" '- flight instructor. He is now con- Supports Crutches .1 W. will aaaWH poor t.t o. es a
".- -- 'J 'h. nected with Brown's Dusting and i a w..k-......11' M.Mtiavs.
.ae rw I Spraying Service of Miami. Wheel Chairs and Hospital Beds A direct .x....... Inw 1..... ttJ$1 1 $ TW .. .
The wedding will be an event of ..
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) Aug. 31 at the Edge Memorial Sales) and Rentals board wlM fief. S filt -
.- . Methodist Church. .! on & Company. II th. pbe*. i. yew ..Ili ---
: 8'/olt.
:. tomp If You a *wr .. .faasn err .lt..t +rwla oaYl
One synthetic fertilizer is made II05PITAL.nmlClANS AND elF I ILAIOIATO&T If You do nMW ....... ... :a.M .Sl "F bl..rr

-teats star#tfi t _..So> ,...:t...:.:.. ..> ....... by synthesizing acid then combining ammonia them and nitric to- ,.J..Lj.,4(4 wrrua aw..;IQUItIoIOCT. 0c.t-4 . will cta'w.f tM 1 i a i 1. 1w1.. .... .. 'Ivas
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rt tso 1 .. J/ :<. form ammonium nitrate. your say 4r
.. ital.. ;! '" < ... ., 329 No. flange Orlando Phone '7253 2.4250I W. will w wrW 1 r+MNU 1 MI w... ____ i
4 s r tw 4 ':< :;" Orlando of Music will ...... tawt.t. Ihrb 41r ........ -
, Academy
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'"M.I' n I r "I I "19I ' "" 4dflu u i 6 h ruin III I ben.
rttM/ \ ? An Accredited School II I :A' I W. will.>+. II LM- ,.. .... ."11; --.
.'.' Approved for G.I. Trainingby Vhy 1I"\fI" ITthingPROSALLtabsolut else gives tlie !ei to the of..... r..Mtw. w ..... 4. .- ...4 1...''tt.
;. j: < '.' Veterans Administration i security which Title Insurance nate.
t1 . ... ,.. : ,., I I I proVIdes. AU other vitally important I .... .. ...
. "'J-\ ''<<- < '.W: 539 Lake St. Phone 5495 I . sorts of property I surj We will.wd..* r to 4lMI t11 w tseq.
a MMttor .
asva j +
\ :, : .. t. I !once require Title Insurance as I ..
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. I l .1 a base! Because unless your .
I .. ..... oM w"of
00 11M . I \ land Title is unreservedly assur You can h+ Pht "IK
:.... ::: ';" ;':' ': ': RETAIL MERCHANTSWe I I'dour ings and ownership improvements of the is bUild.ques the cMtH ....... wwSj tip ... r..ident. ....
# tnlw '* . .... Invite you to I tionable'! Ask us for facts. ; or .....
MRS. WALTER ERNEST BURNS DISPLAY visit our ROOM new Grtlifjca Central Title & Trust : S W. will ..... y4nu teas ttlt.>>r M a.

It the.. f.rmer Margaret White Tomlinson, daughter of Slade Saoth Show Case Co. i TITLE Company fkiently M .asrlM III. 4t.lr.) .1aM.>rf1 1 .1tainiq .. .
M.t WW Temhnson, cf Winter Pork. Her marriage to Mr. C3 W. -Central Phone 24271 .. l: M ,..., bon ..... .
t ..... t.n .! Mr and Mrs. George H.,Burns of Scotia, N. Y., t, 25 E. Central your I.Meve.si
tats .n *.*+t of July 13 at the St. Andrew's Episcopal Church Phone 5184 I NOW 'INTELEPHONE O/lATION
"*f s..... A forge reception was held at the Veterans Me- I MOVING ? Trust Department-Title Jnsurance--Abstract of Title :
# M mmttt tWo ScottO, after which the couple left on a weddingM Fireproof storage I j Representing' 1 1I :' 1 f
| to tk.. Adtrendacks. They will reside in Scotia. Mrs. Movers of tine furoitur
MM M.graduate of the Winter Park High School': and Rollins I ORLANDOTRANSFER I: j''; Lawyers Title Insurance Corporation i, SB_

CM f.. btW g active in both social and scholastic circles at & STORAGE CO. I"" RICHMOND, VA. ) .. .. ..
TEL 75H 1&-A1J.JSDDililli1 32 r: TIM: : !liT -
: the latter. I .. --.!- lihIUIIIIIII"ia"I." ;! ''hililiillllIiIIIIIIIIIIUIIII, !: !:;; _!Iliil IiIlIlIiIlIlIlIllI\"II.IIIIII'IIri11_!\"_ ,! !1'1\':.\ ol!;:'1 ,,:: :, u __ ;
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4 ,w.. ,r . Orlo Vista Church .

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Hi* Lv at. th. Methodist Church
Tim.., .12pm. The Wom- I CHANCE
1t. $. Mar t.s Itermy of ChrUtUn Service LAST
MtS 0 It.. ..WMMTM( remmunlty* the af f air.are Allwomt Invited- YOUR i
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MUI Mwcui tarnation to memk -
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i ,: 'v. '".""'"".:-:: ,;' ; "? A' :;'J: Army Air Force Day Set For August "1In 1.1 :. 'I"\ \, \ )BCBDEMY: MIL1Tfi4, y:

observance of the 40th an- 'Orlando, in order that we may ing their gratitude for its glorious 7'
niversary of the Army Air forces, honor the men and women of the past and their hope for its future A ST. PKTKRMH': 1"1.1 MIMII,

the 14th Air Force will participateIn Army Air Forces who have given continued growth and development r/ |!f2 7rH'
sad Air Force Day to be held on their lives in the defense of this ." S>. Pda: .4. rt M _
$t.sensor R < i I J. M)_w, Ilk. -.. A.... *
,.. Aug. 1, in accordance with procla- country and recognize the service) The U. 8. has approximately 19 ill[ ? . ....., ...
mations by Pres. Truman, Gov. of those who in the armed forcesor -*. F 111 .rl ( ''wn rf fii 1'' > ala! +* '* AH*.* *
per cent of the world's zinc ore. : '''/1' "I''Mlh"I f. S " ' ""
Millard Caldwell and Mayor WilLiam in the civilian centers of science
Beardall. research and production have con- ---- tl, !:.tr .yerr. M/gtMe'il (iery .....'Battey AN'- '
Although as yet unannounced tributed to the building of our air Concrete Brick or Block ;: 'r .& I n1, 't :'V P1.p. .'' ;:;:: I w.:_f t
tentative plans call for a Varietyof might do hereby proclaim Friday. FROM fC ment. 8etrtlt. Jun..r
a events on the program at the Aug. 1. 1947, as Air Force Day in A m2.CUSTOM ,. .' ....-
Pb'6F Orlando Army Air Base, it was reported Orlando."I Foundation to Chimney Top .. r.d 1IasMP ...... 11e.MMi
yesterday. urge all citizens to join in the ALLARDICE CO., INC. .,t'. -. ..- hor'". Mirs.eP ,....... 0. ha1P N+MEla.r. 1......Ila
Included In the program will be observance of this the 40th birthday :Masonry Contractors and Builders .. 4. La.4 v' S. .lor P .. .... y
\ .+ open house in the operations area of the Army Air Forces with Est: 1919 Tel. 2-1595:
4L with exhibits of the latest develop- ceremonies appropriately express- ---
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ments in aircraft.In .
urging Orlandoans to joinin WATER" DEGREES
observance of the day Mayor II" -- :'I' ALL YEAR ROUND I
Beardall said: ti'I, 1 lilt T Willi.
The Army Air Forces is receivIng I: I I
ii an increasingly important role 1 al I, I III II I Iil
in maintaining through constant Venetian MM Mff. fc. .
research and development of air- \ ;
x craft and adequately trained per- il : I l't\ 1 'I( a . !I
tIIlI e ...ae 51 sonnel in supporting, the defense the United of this Nations nation; f.\t\ct ii! Our own "Bes.A,hriTl"I I

with adequate and effective air I c.9 ,I,: and "But-Wort* ;i
Y wa.Y contingents: in avoiding the cost 0 EVERY DAY 1'1'' Blinds. I I
of war by insuring peace; and in J
providing, in the event of war. a 't\" IS SWIM DAY II Free Estimate
nucleus of highly trained personnel Qvfek *mr('.
the basis for all-out expansionof \-r AT SAXLAXDO "
war; and"Whereas \. FACTORY PRICES' IIw.

: recognizes the, a importance grateful nation of air 'Et FLORIDA'S FINEST" t II As. aD Rrhimbtii.,.", (... K Iwpalrlnt. .. __ II

power in preserving our liberties DAY OR EVENING-SANLANDO IIli,II lapse RetlatUBg.VI .
and appreciates the potentialities
k'M OFFERS MORE REAL PLEASURE. FOR LESS ::11: Work V'i,. f y r.- .' .
of air power in pioneering an even Trainrt ET.P: ,.-g
more glorious future for our coun- ,, I'I'I! .
..- iLAtMEpi r: -" Vti the ngned.proclamation declaring Aug. 1, asA try: I OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 11 O'CLOCK Ii;, For Free EttimaU ."
... Forces -Now therefore. I. WilliamBeardall oll'l rhone im i *< .-to -
I ? 1" ,. J Ju r Day in Orlando and urging Or- Mayor of the City of I I ,
tondaons to observe the with
day appropriate'ceremonies.
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LUSTER FOAM Gene Reasor Family
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.a. :.. ... ..... to a.
1 i1. r=- : Reasor, who, moved to
% iii Tampa In 1940 to supervise activities -
aEi lit MCI tMN. has. s 4 PM ItaefsMM
for the Equitable Life Insur-
we-.ShMMIL eeI4AVtfo. I1 A. ance Co.. with his family has returned -
to again make Orlando his
I home and Is re-occupying his residence -
in Spring Lake Terrace. E'L
Reasor. now Florida supervisor _
(S0NVALESCENT HOME I for member his company of the has"Millionaire's been madea

Crab" through his personal placingof
$1 million worth of group Insurance J
}M E Amelia Ave. this :year.INVESTIGATEIEPORE.
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Mine: : fail me These are your sisters and your brothers: who speakIn Help than, help them *> -. '"'

,..4 hero's ,ffce rers.n why: eyes their hearts they have the barrenness of the brotherhood open >
desert,yes, and in their eyes the hopelessness of the .IY (.tnr-J, ,- .

i .. .. ... w.. i'ftic years,v* can _______ while I 'vra.it doomed.They are praying,your brethren. quukl y...a4 match* )"*e./. fit .iH* .*.

j I ......ti4n of PATHI floor . Praying that their"liberation"from Nazi tyranny
shall be turned into the world's This J is o y.oe.f *....- ILM+ __
not a mockery by
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= indifference. Praying that now, after years of torture 1. UXRRA's&PWeeui.t -':"f'I::
.. .." ..HUOQwell S4t-e 0 God burdens oo eM alealill al
mt, ; and death and a miserable existence in DP
lhr.... The II eI t1.M .. .....
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for the testers tre come m tatto my SOT!. camps they be helped to rebuild their li'es.'I iftOReyu,...L:fir. .. :.......
... llI conditions
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sink in deep mire They must have hope for the future. They must 2S0,000 i. 1941.
... 'Mitt ad-+T.IIhI ig< .,our ability to LOOK rot THESE PAYNE FEATURES; have food and clothes and shelter and medicines toatone 3. R''rfhundrMa' ---- stisw anEE 4 -.-. .. M e

.. .... +Irlet A ....,IMtf aLe heavy win COMMJTI warmth HlATIN6.CirculaU cold layers. teat is no sttnling: keep them alive...to keep: alive their hope that tomorrow .. siaalaa. r MaajL...... __
; no and other ----.
lI, ....... !.. iII.* r..ttdtlift- and new HMnI msTAiuriON-No basement I am come into deep voters, -soon-there will be homes and a welcome
required. 4. MSditwl t... ... st01r- I11provided ____ ..
II. bl.tU.JI: r..aEt& u. while putty viNTio-You breathe only :vbere the floods tJ'CInjllnJ me. waiting for them and their children...in Palestine, kIr .. Ia.I ....... ..... ........
fresh.clean air. No wall and or some other hospitable land. 26,6@O.1 ..... ... r II ea.q.s. .
.. .. st .. U y. before, newrttr windowsweating.CIIAI 1 am-cceary vitb my crying; .
i ... VISION Yes,these 1,500,000 European Jews need help and f.-r.......-sjhw ataEE Mwsl f..wit.-.......
......,.. and while I'ym '.gtbwAraNCApprevail. my t throat dried: : they hate.. t+..... ..... /l. ._4 band ... ..
t ITVIOT ATTIACTIVI Cllttl-Flush hope. And you-you and your fclloy Americans- dsd.ed wi. l"A ....IsISEI1p ...t tatff.w .
/fit rW. with ;flooring.NATIOMAUV.KNOWN. Mine eyes f art while I toot for my God. are the only ones who can provide it.UNRRA is being ho are alM..g ........ aw std.. .... ...

! ... .....M.C plan and ctiin Sturdy simple,long-lived OUAIITT. liquidated. Inter-governmental aid is as yet non- w iN arrM ;. .........

" .44& r9p or telephone dependable.tt .. nON Las PSALMS OT CMS\ DAVID existent. The $170,000,000 needed to salvage these 6. Ataty. ltf.1o.f. ........ M
jusuncet ale............Ile.
''I .. Ieda 7. innocent people can come only from you. Tided for ........ krn tA11 a i. 1

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i i Christian W. L. Hart Committee Treasurer United Jewish Relief U NIT E D .J E W ISH A P P I I AtJ ; I

1 I Citizens National Bank. Orlando, Florida

Please accept the enclosed eontributlon of $ .._. ......._.. 470' 000, 000
I want, to hare a part in Orange County's demonstration J
I of the Christian spirit el helpfulness.

a Address .
[Make all checks payable to Orange County
Christian Committee, U. J. A.] UNITED JEWISH APPEAL


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]D 2tF3IW I N uud1 QRill\TCCIIll[ J' !' July 19-Brahman Cattle Com Asia+nq/11S5 ErwA/lwt t

Aug. 21-West Fleri4a' OMIt' -.. -

Central Florida' Agricultural Interests Like the Morning Aug. J5-29-Citrus Oiw.*a 11rrC'. "
1-6-Annual Pwsttry 1 ISnlMls1U. -

_ J oM __ --\rllf&\ nbttg !:tntinrl-Star Orlando, Florida, July-ZU;IV-t/- I Sept.Sept. 18-Florida Asaactotia m veil C.aase.nMrl 4. .. .....

746 visors Ocala.
; Shipments CmMtj ........ 5b... s.. ..' I tae".
Sept. 18-20-5umwr .... ... ... .....
Florida Ai 1. .-... --
Oct. 19-
. Bankers Map Agricultural Program Of Vegetables !: Oct. 22-24-Fat Hoe 8Ao' 11IM ... Anla.

Oct. 20()-Sale. Florida Oahe; AM Ws" ....
I Fruits Gain i I II Oct.St.28-30 Petersburg.-Annual Meet**. ....... tMe -

4Ft.t i of fruits and I -
Florida -
1 New Squash 'Variety Eight-Point vegetables shipments during 1946 showed a

Seminole Food Producers 16 per cent increase over 1945, the ;-

I Grown SuccessfullyNear U.s. Bureau of Agricultural Eco- : PAINTING-7 I !!A! '!'! u .
nomics reported yesterday. : :,, I
Fort Pierce Plan Drafted Total carlot and truck ship- Our $31 M prat ftrwd I..- '-

Aidod in Saving Crops ,,,I ments were 164,434 last year theprevious as order priced"Irs.-noar.mr1llM tn ".. .. .
[Special to The Sundoy Sentine*-Star] : compared with 141136 during sTIVW !

ltrl walls mt the j''but- It is higher than ever before new FORT In Florida PIERCE Is-the Something growingof An eight-point designed to agricultural benefit Florida program ,I I' While a 12\ per rail cent movements increase for showed 83- w c--.. .. .._ .... ... ... ". to Mr
14 rectal bear meat and many tables are going without Butternut Squash, with 240 farmers citrus growers and cat-
cent of the total, truck ship- -
nab ,t., I Ia4rr I ILl per I
pineapple dish.
main A country residentcan tlemen was announced yesterday I
acres planted and harvested in ments were boosted 50 per cent
*f plump raise a good veal, one or two by A. A. McKethan, of Brooks-
th.. _. desirable 'pigs and take them alive or killed St. Lucie County. I ville, president of the Florida over 1945.
1 1946 not ;..
Fall movement during .
(' pesehet. r..... t to the plant. Originating In Massachusetts I Bankers Assn. I previously reported, showed an m- Al Coith Says: .
trswWnV. and I I They, too will be dressed, cut the new squash variety was first "This is the best agricultural ,t of eight cent in carlot

N nUb bit. and as requested, wrapped and stored, grown in St. Lucie during the program we have ever had," said !I crease movements and per 45 per cent in The so-eoHed .,11I, ecoot .*.. ... .. .. -- ......, -"

I Mood thus also eliminating not only a 1945-46 season. This past year I McKethan. truck shipments. to make its epp ...iKe .. (.... It eetM IIM eaM -. .. ....
Mat Fanner's Mar-',I bill while awaiting favorable Strazzula Bros. have had 120 "With all of our 173 member I During the Sept.-Dec. period lawns before the assert ....... IrM.sliq .. .... '0 ...
it was hailed killing weather,but in the ordinary banks actively supporting it, carlot shipments total 31.724 dur- low will ot fast look ..-... .. ...... ... tress _- '. eecomieatioe .
proven a boon to the home it is impossible to store more acres and Charles Scott another I agriculture and banks will move ing 1946 as compared with 29.585 wiz S1.. the l.... rf f**** etsseitom. -
and gardener as a than a portion of an animal under 100 acres in Butternut Squash. ahead together." i the previous year Truck ship- H you cxomm the' !... .k.. *. ... M ".
dtcpoac of his pro- ,t refrigeration and this would also Growers of the new variety The program as outlined by Sec. ments during the last quarter increased webs ol1 o.rr the Htctotf _
CIne bushel I mean no variety of meat on the recommend that it be cooked in Floyd Call of Orlando was drafted .
or a from 5.316 during 1945 to i The old remedy ..s .fM..*. Ins deM .Issar '
frrexe plant is I 1|i table, it would be pork until it is the same manner as a sweet i' by a seven-man agricultural 7,398 during 1946. worm But I hire _. !.... ....... e11M .. -- -
equal asset, for the i all gone or beef until it is entirely potato. For one method of pre- committee headed by Chmn O. The carlot shipment report was strong a solution ..f M4 ... eke Mar ... a ..' ..m .- ,
in home gardens or consumed. paration, they suggest the ''H. McNulty, of Melbourne. Cooperating -, prepared by the BAE m cooperation -
In the lockers: can be seen corn squash be split in half butter, I with the bankers was grass. . .... ...
J with the Production Market- Ira tablespoons .* .ne..*. rI listsgM.1 1..... -
on the cob. wrapped in the desired salt and pepper added and Dr. C. V. Noble agricultural: econ- AdministratIon. .. *_ ..... ... ArsM '
pt years I' baked with ing to 1 gallon of t.' n t4 ea.w -
r. ready for harvest family size package by the a slice of bacon on omist with the College of Agri- I

.f pmenrlnc the ex- hundreds of ears. On the floor top. culture of. the University of Florida We any pets.have be" ..., odor ss+tslt..Ns. k.... t f ....
1'M.. for the housewives ready for process on Wednesdaymorning : Melon Loading ,Jtouschold D D T J.) ThM ..eeh.d. w/1 a.. w1
were 180 pounds of Farmers Over
work day after day Leaf The eight points included: no lime

vrcetabln and meats snap The beans. had I Quotas Face Loan Loss 1.1 Co-operation with other organizations Tests SoonTo We cony these .i.t.ob M e.. ........ s1 ..... .. .. w .
owner a large family in and promotion of .
lt. and vegetables be glad to do yourORLANDO sr.riq ew Ie.er skier j .. k.
erer-ripe and un- and needed for economy's sake to 1 (rSoe_'ol to The c.nor\ S*>n' &!-S'ar] soil and water conservation.
. Even with the can- preserve every part of his home I GAINESVILLE-Flue-cured tobacco %.] Continued and increasing Wind
not poMlble to save garden harvest. In this section it growers who plant within stress to be placed on import- Up NUISIttISHSDSCAPINO
is also possible to gather from the I
e of the their farm acreage allotments can ance of youth activities includI -
pro- I On the last lap of a watermelon
available. commercial farms vegetables after market all their tobacco without I ling 4-II Club and Future Farm- II' X Ihns.rr flow
they have harvested all that they penalties and of America work. I loading testing program mvolving
are eligible for full ers ,
I Winston hke tee
rn plant It Is pos- can pick I 100 paired cars. Dr. J. R.
on a paying basis. .
*r rab* a flock of For locker patrons meats are no Government price support loans 3 1 Sponsoring of bank-farmer- of the U.s. Bureau of Plant Indus- r .*CT..... t .... .........
... j H. G. Clayton, head of the Produc- I rancher meetings ; expressed appreciation ...
they are fryer longer a problem because cut i try yesterday L.IoIOWI! :.s ...-.-.. t.&I /ssr. a
,.,* f..k ran be and any amount can be purchasedat any I 1 tion & Marketing Administration i 4.1 1 Promotion of bankers agricultural -| I of co-operation received from -........" Ps.....
,in Florida, said yesterday. school at the College of and canners
) growers
deposited at tbe
tIow. Aa a result the plant at wholesale prices.. Growers who harvest any acre- Agriculture. University of Florida. Dr. Winston and his staff will
s.*t flow* hi. fleck These meats are cured in any desired -j age of tobacco in 1947 in excessof 5.1 Assistance in revision of and 1 wind up testing operations this -
rapped .In his In- I manner or left fresh. One their farm acreage allotmentsare encouraging use of the booklet, week in Hartsville, S. C. The
ready far the turkey farmer has 750 turkeys subject to marketing quota A Method for Taking a Farm Inventory first two of the five tests conducted -
killed at the prime stage and I : penalties on the excess tobacco published by the Univer- by the US Dept. of Agriculturewere
stored for the Christmas market and, in addition, are not eligible sity of Florida. made from Leesburg and
the necessity The rabbit co-operatives are also* for full participation in Government : 6.J 1 Co-operation with Extension L Live Oak. I .
flock until all can f[beginning to store rabbits rather i
| price support loans, Clayton I Service County Agents and Agri- "These tests have involved the
> they at the same than feed them until able to sell. said. cultural Trade Associations. i greatest number of paired test
.. ..me far beyond the One choice delicacy on hand is '7.] Development in co-opera- cars ever employed in one year
****tv Irvmx ace smoked turkey. These are entirely Today there are a million fewer tion with the College or Agriculture on one commodity," Dr. Winston ] .
Neat is not only rather scarceHtMER cooked by hickory smoke and in small farms-10 to 180 acres- of a set of "yardsticks"for said. I' GROVE AND -.AI
slivers makes one of the most delectable than In 1920, according to the measuring: efficiency of He added that information onI
of hors d' oeuvres.Cattlemen's. latest U. S. census of agriculture. farming in Florida. I the test results. involving ,various
8.J Encouraging appropriateuse methods of loading watermelons, LOANS
a I. would not be sompletely compiled
county board of commissioner -
I i until Fall.
scholarships to the Collegeof |
t r \ Meet Agriculture i "We must check our test cars

Other bankers on the agricul- through the final merchandizing Long Term 1ee..1 >M
outlets and compare the results
ture committee include R. Bor-
: of one loading method against the QutekREXMcGILL .........
ing of Plant City William L. Hart '
other: he explained.
Set at PalmdaleBy of Orlando, N B. Jordan of -

Quincy H. M McIntosh of Pa-; Columbia To Grow 1,000 I
10 hokee. A. D. Reams of Greenville Its*.If.
AL CODY and Emery Williams of Alachua. Acres or sweet corn
Erecral to The Sundoy Sentinel-Star! 1HiM.-
LAKE CITY One thousandacres
KISSIMMEE-Glades County cattlemen will be hosts will be the-goal for the 1943 128 N. Orange Aehtrds -. Mdg
Soil District
to the Florida State Cattlemen's Assn. at its mid-year sweet corn crop in Columbia County AutaeN.l AAI.eOsur a-

meeting Aug. 1, Irlo Bronson, State association president, i it was announced yesterday by ".....,- par
has announced.A Election SetOn County Agent John M. Kennedy. '
full Arrangements have been completed '' THE PRUD6'T1M. MIMIMBANti -.. J1IIf
: program including the
ZEPHAIR FAN _reports on progress of by the Suwannee River .
fever tick eradication A"' in u.inree.southern Aug. 6 Growers Co-operative with Chase< or A..... AH.

Florida counties and the ''American National Live Stock : and Co of Sanford to provide a ... 0fIaM. ,..... I
status of
foot-and-mouth disease Assn. with which the FSCA is affiliated [Spe- ol to The S 10 Sep*i"'-Star! i daily ca=h market for the lona
sr. 1114 eie/uiiW/ ; fan In Mexico has been planned for I
a manufacturers.A the meeting Bronson : and W. H. Stuart of Bar- SANFORD Seminole County 1 sweet corn.
by and June
tow.. FSCA vicepresidentBronson landowners will vote Aug. 6 on 1
belt drivenon with Cunn. FSCA
secretary. I!
proposed creation of a sail conservation -
Palmdale small community located predicted a large attendance '
district. 1
rll/iW air at the
dtlirery. meeting and
on Florida Highway 17 in
urged all members to attend if The rf'ferendumas approvedby
northern Glades County will be they possibly can. a meeting of approximately ALWAYS WHITE..ALWAYS _
scene of the meeting which will : 40 landowners with Dist. Agent
... lit .,...,..... .ratio"lcss.. begin at 1430( am. will include a Vice-Pres."All cattlemen will want to hear I K. S. McMulIen: of the Extension ..
barbecue and fish fry at noon given Stuarts report on the Service.

04.fomtJ. stint" "d by the Glades County Cattle- tick eradication program as well I Three polling places have been
men's Assn.. and an afternoon session as the other reports including the set up for the voting which will II no more clinging dirt grim
review of the
beginning at 2:00: Bron- I
Qffic4fcw. boll pjn. be held from 9 am. until noon.
tf Century bearing motor. son said. work being done in Mexico by that These are located in the office of''

Invitations have been extended I country with co-operation from County Agent C. E. Dawson in
TftvMrtmfbiN beofingi on blade shaft. the United States Department of
to Gov. Millard F. Caldwell Sanford in Longwood and in
A ploy -srM a a.n. .... .p.ewur, and Sen. Spessard L. Holland to I Agriculture" he explained.The Oviedo. -

attend the meeting and speak to association holds an annual If a majority of the landowners -
Sf4* trttfttfvt, Mrvkf guarantee. the group. I meeting each Winter, in additionto approve the soil district, there r"

Fred Montsdeoca of Brighton. the mid-year session. Interim will follow an election of five ."
president of the Glades Assn. will I business Is handled by the board supervisors to organize the districtfor
DISUII TED BY welcome the visitors with responseby of directors which includes a rep- participation in soil and water ..
Burton : resentative from each of more conservation projects. -
Walker of Plant City,
: than 30. affiliated county associa- I There are now approximately 40
vice-president of the FSCA. '
HAM P. LEU INC. I Reports will be made by Bron- tions. soil conservation districts operat-
son; R. Elmo Griffin of Kissim- I I ing in Florida including Orange.
mee. assistant FSCA secretary; N. Livestock Grading Due Volusia Lake, Brevard and Indian

is*'*** rWO. with Industrial t Ray Carroll of Kissimmee. association I River Counties.
II!'LBias tit 40 Year treasurer; Al Cody of Kis- DemonstrationsOrange
ever I simmee. publisher of The Florida ,, County Agricultural I Agriculture. .... .-. 'Y" ., -
w Lhtll4I1.. An. T.L 5891 Cattleman the group's official Agent Fred Baetzman said yester- These will be shown at Flet-

-- ..-- '--- magazine; P. E. Williams of Davenport day that three livestock grading ''I chess Livestock Market in Live
1 I vice-president of the demonstrations are being given in i Oak on July 23, at the Gainesville

.-- ... July by the Florida Agricultural !' station July 25, and at the Central
\ Experiment Station in co-opera- \Florida Livestock auction marketin ,r.. ..
tion with the U. S. Department of Gainesville on July 28.

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Drillers "Lei's Take These Plans f io Pilfman's!" fine white powder forma ea MM Mr ..e,1 .....ahr ......... bA

he... Pps'-Gy.I to I lack Hendrix'Bucket% Yd. ';' surface. Heavy rains wash 1M t+ua w alA sole oad esdl ksis

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....... tlss. G..4.ra Page Bucket A Yd. The road to your own home leads throughour t- dirt with it, and lenin, Uw i aurR .
I..... Trails. -80 T.. Dlsstoa Chain Saws yards. We can supply you with everything I ; 2 face clean and white again. Rtcessive -..
you need from the foundation to the roof and : accumulations of dirt(par* I".J "tI l r 1

Niie..ejs J...f sassy CU.a.r Multiplex Radial Arm Saws recommend ; ticularly in sooty industrial i..... ",.' t.. ---.. ......... .
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builder if you wish. ..L munities or in heavily ahad.el ..... .w-si ........ :

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about your home dreams. i ..JHlOUGHQMIITIf .- !'eelf-cleamn('* is gradual UM __ .

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Florida l $ Doflfleres/; /) Fruit Movement.

I Eight Counties Ship

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30Vi Million Boxes Covers Central) Florida Agricultural Interests Like the Morning Dew

t.- , Orlando, Florida, July 20, 1947 eh; Clinton! S-rnttntl-g-lar P..27
miftt the
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4....* 4'.. - Citrus Sizing
t.a 1 ." N..VWI with a total of 304 Cattle Grading

* ,., '.., +**.... ,, .iv, hl4 area_ the CitruS IriiVT Australian Citrus
..ll.... ..... . Potential 1
J. '''' !M ......., Large ExportMarket

......'p > t .... "tit Ie Calal&Rd of Winter Slated Official To Visit ReparW GIMI

- .)aril me.N1N - Showings

....Si'Si. !!. rryjL ...... the greatJwmr ,;r Seen for Citrus Processing Plants
eau. ... Sentinel-Star] I u.1 it I r r I
noses the ioeto! The Sjndoy:
head of the citrus ..
r yus Jack F -
> jjC1 tiir- w ,..... title mmemillion- GAINESVILLE-Grading dem- tit I
canning work of the
onstrations with slaughter cows.I lipeeoi to The I Sunday SennnetStcrlLAKELAND.T'here I to harvesting ana ai preaeiermm- i,
t1M pna 1LIU..MJ capes heifers and steers will be I is a large! ,ed prices and periods during which of Food Preservation of the A.. -
Si. ..*..... IM Central staged at four Experiment Stations -I potential outlet for Florida citrus ?6 t delivery would be made Lang- ': tralian Council for Sctenuttr AI" ,
1 ... _. and four livestock: auction ner pointed out. i iNo I .
a .4 M per < .. a..LII markets late this month. I obstacles stand in the way of foreign government purchases !I Central Florida from July :77 u, ,'" I
.. ... Fred J. Beard chief of the immediate expansion of export of fresh fruit'were madein Aug. 2. -
i' .. a. 1. ant of 1916. but this flNra..ne
iAaahatlNaia .... ........ Mp- USDA Production and MarketingAdministration's ; trade with many nations of the I I' Florida daring matI I Dr. J. R. Winston senior horn
in the
and State fared better
grading ,
i world. of U-8 Bureau ft
m..> I 1112.44 mtitten box- culturist
ti f.
standardization division will dem- I ter of canned citrus products trw
I Plant said the A..h.nwould !
.w1a1 N'lar That is the overall conclusion toI Industry. .
.. .. r
eta is
ir see M..4nM ........., frost OnJW onstrate correct grading before I be drawn from an extensive sur- with exports of 1,530,000 cases. visit canning and nun .. ..
t IM: I*
county agents vocational agriculture I Most of this was in the form of
.. Orlando
concentrate plants at anf
snal a .
taalf A and .
i a per centStJs teachers other agricultural vey of citrus producing im-1 I grapefruit sections with the IMMr I*.. 1w'

'I workers, cattlemen and farmers. I porting countries Just compiled'II United: Kingdom purchasing 1- Plymouth.Kefford will go from Orlando. wai1 ...r..rt !. aAiltra.y

.. CtTRUS SHIPMENTS I The following schedule has I by the Florida Citrus Commissionas 475,000 cases.: to Lake Alfred Winter Ha*en ...t ...- reiQy' s
.... I I/la.. .., .. ..t I been arranged by L. II. Lewis a guide in developing export The survey does not include asa Lakeland and Lake Waif>.. .. -'
opportunities Gen. RobertC.
livestock: specialist "ihhe I Mgr. 'foreign market. Canada whichin Dr Winston said the, A:"..'t.r r.: \ 4':: r ..;:
T..1 l lft Evans said here yesterday ,
tate Marketing Bureau: 1946 ranked second to the Unit- .
i | is interested particuM!1 Iy i theI J "'- e utw+RRt
.... 'fUealra I B.ae. I The survey made over a six- the world's largest .... ,_.
July 21. Monticello Livestock ed Kingdom as I I bitterness principles ol < I. a '
... tANI I....... month period by Julian Langner. :, "
Market 12 m. to 1:30: pan. I and San Francisco importer of oranges. Uncle Sam'sneighbor juices "
.. tfiltifMt.t. I1J11! Washington to the north imported
July 22. Quincy Livestock Mari i trade analyst world' I i---
... .. !.Iun covers pro- 5.831.000 boxes of oranges in 1946.
( I. ket. 10:30: am. to 12 m.; North duction and international trade in
__ 7IOilA47.IN all from the United States except
Florida Experiment Station, Quincy I citrus fruits and points to poten-
... 311)64 2 pm. tial export markets for fresh and 2,754 boxes
.. _.,,4111 II...).. July 23. Niblack's Livestock I processed Florida oranges and Canada the citrus: commission
.. NUN 1.NL011.tor Market Live Oak. 12 m. to 1:30: grapefruit. i, report points out is currently theworld's

-- ...... Ms,111 .. pm. I Two steps are recommended to largest importer of grapefruit -
ROBERT C. EVANS a position formerly held' by NOWI
of Florida the Florida citrus
industry by
-' -- July 25. University
"-- .., I H .1M6M 1111111 .......tlt Agricultural Experiment Station< Langner as the result of his comprehensive . releases survey. the imports United of grapefruit Kingdom in Canadian 1946 to-

-..... Gainesville. 2 pm. study: '.'... talled 1.897000 boxes all of which
July 28. Gainesville Livestock That "very serious considera-
.. The except 16,670 were received from
ter Mr wlla .11I1IIItIIion -the United Kingdom.
tion" be given to providing indus-
# Market 10:30 am. to 12 m.
fMei tans)). --tClsesar I Netherlands Denmark and Nor- the United States.
... July 30, Kissimmee Livestock try representation in European In the period. Canada im-
ewaM I. Nation I way-still reserve to themselves
$!!WlliM ; r.sn.r pla..sl 111l 11 lnaes.re Market. 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. )markets; the sole right to purchase citrus ported more than 2 million cases of mUt
And that the ENT/RE
"industry con: THE
... .allMba wMleh. Mea ardS. July 31. Range Cattle Experi- fruits" Langner reported. canned citrus products from the
-* ., tam r a... ...... r.Ik ment Station, Ona, 2 pan.Aug .I sider the formation of an export I United States
pool to provide the dependable "France permits imports only
MwM4lat *** MU .... o..Ia .4M / 1. Everglades Experiment The 380-page report compiledwith
from French colonial territories
continuity and the
( Ms* gBMt* VMfc T4JU and Station, Belle Glade 2 pm. I I II the co-operation of Federal
) A tatttaH - 4B9 81 IN horns of supplies required to serve I Ireland from sterling areas and
Visitors will be given an oppor- European markets adequately. Belgium and Sweden permit cit- agencies private organizations and
*.... (Cow, aMpHMate. eke I | individuals familiar with the cit- m/SCO/
>-M4 MM" taw. 1eee'aMi tunity to place live animals and and to cushion the impact of I rus imports under limited license.
rus industry is believed to be the
have their classifications checkedby "
*W .MtferitMtt MtMtoMi.CMM9 price differentials if any. ,Only in Switzerland is international -
\ most comprehensve work of its
& I fila :! .Ml UK MM wtth the expert graders. Largely as the aftermath of the trade functioning under relatively -
I kind ever prepared. Evans: said.
Dr. A L. Shealy and Dr. R. S. "
war. the report points out inter- normal conditIons.
b dlllatM NlY- .... .a1i 0raIIIIf' see- It indicate potential export
. Gbuccock of the Main Experiment national trade is far from i In 1946 imports of fresh citrus i I
+Ils.th i H7 M* L .M. third normal -
markets for Florida CitruS fruits
Station and Dr. W. G. Kirk of the with the of fruits into these countires were 1[
eF i MI "? ...... peoples most :
Range Cattle Station will attend European countries and of many ; 14900.000 boxes of oranges and i i' in nine European countries' : potential !

., .. . the demonstrations at experiment others throughout the world living } 1400.000 boxes of grapefruit (Ion export markets for canned iiSUilTO
S. i '
stations and assist in the grading citrus fruits and Juices in 20 foreign -
Accr9 a Florida under a State-controlled econ- the basis of Florida's one and
1 ii'
and classification.The omy imposed because of shortagesof I three-fifths bushel boxl with 56 : countries, production trends
Agricultural Extension I i 36 rountries exportmg
necessities problems of rehabilitation cent of the oranges and 75 per in
$'* Gobbler Farmer Service Is co-operating in arrangements I| fresh and'or canned citrus fruits: T
and reconstruction dis- cent of the grapefruit being L
for the meetings. and contains other pertinent material -
placement of populations and bought; by the governments of the
Raises/ 30 Turkeys I shortages of dollar exchange. I United Kingdom. the Netherlands, regarding competitive factor -
in markets
Central Florida These conditions prevent importers 'i Denmark and Norway. i export
ttt"" r, .,. M luraeyl mi the in most countries from These direct government purchases .
.ear__ tAa..... t.-.r later a... Groves EscapeGrasshopper purchasing citrus products in any accounting for the lions
sf ."u+ u r let and 14a. ; substantial quantity hare of all imports were all made . ...
a.dsl .. {' iii >tu.e u .f AanMrOO.t RaidsCentral I "Four European governments under "futures" contracts prior '
Bsana..c* t.lrtild yatnr ,
fits : 0
Florida citrus growers \ :
tl /r01i1-alt ...... la 11wprMle have not reported any invasion I.
., .... ...... but of the grasshopper plague Deer Tongue Crop. Electric Overhead
,.I ..ae'.''e11a. ....5 'w beleaguering Hillsborough
MA.'tIIt IM rapist of.r groves Government officials reported I Cable & Garage 1 1HANK5
... .....t. At_'. .... 1M nek- jeslerday. Doors-
..d ''oft \I'W n.1aati "In my trips through Lake Yields VolumeBy Entrance Wood &
.. 1- ........ .fee BARdemand and Orange County I have not Big
...... /0 ..r .a--oar noticed any unusual activitiesof Cable MetalSee
.. ,,,. ..and bU of the
it tr grasshoppers although
e4 .M11 H.. t1e. .. ..- ... ..,peeled. tomr.r..a..e vet weather and extensive cover TUCKER IRWIN I
fOur Own Staff Cirrpsp"T-jenM GARAGE
. I the
IM* v.*r but maysauaK crops are an Invitation to them,
ZL ''i""".A -.-... a. M usual said Dr. Walter Reuther of the DELAND-With the price of deer tongue leaves greatly DOOR OPERATOR In action.
I, ., ,., .-et and Fait UJS.Bureau of Plant Industry. increased during the current harvesting season, this 10-I It's Amazing.

year-old Volusia County agricultural industry is doing one I

of the largest volumes of gross business on record accord Step Ladders Flush DoorsMahogany

r ing to W. 'Bauman' largest shipper of the product in I
Florida A I IA 16.50 upGum
i Bauman ships approximately 1 When the leaves are harvested .1 5 f ft. 7.50

200,000 pounds of the cured leaves i they are spread out In the sun
dMr during a season and figures thatit for one day of open cure.: Then II 6 ft. 9.00 13.50 upPcplar

WfllHAlltMC! HOWL stakes more than 2 million I' they are placed in shady places TH!
pounds green leaves to make his for three or four days being :!
seasonal quota. carefully turned twice each day. j I 8 ft. 12.00 13.50 up
AM RAIN BEATS t"- The leaves which closely resemble I In a week they are cured and -
; a deer' or dogs tongue ready for baling This is done in Ve

.OWN YOU'LL BE grow wild In the low damp burlap bags and bales weigh from
: sandy loam regions of olusia 200 to 400 pounds. These are
t. County or In the moist open stored until a rail car load is obtained -
THAHKfUL FO* . woods of the pine and palmetto Azjg
barrens. Attempts to cultivatethe Bauman would not disclose who
14\ plant have been unsucces- purchases the product from him.
[ I but indicates that it finally reaches -
i ful.Approximately 30 to 40 Volusia : the hands of a leading tobacco Cali
County families are engaged In ; manufacturer where it is usedin t5g5 DON'T SCRUB! _

w'R-I 4 picking the green leaves. The sea- preparing certain blends. Some New, easy way to
son begins just about the time I'users of the product extract an "dry clean" wood
/ most of the citrus has been har- artificial vanilla flavor from the
ttooss and linoleum floors
vested and closes during the first leaves.
t tees!!) Faster and safer
ALUMINUM ) cold weather of Autumn. The deer tongue Industry was
Thus the pickers of the leavesI begun in 1937 when a commercialfirm ij old'fashioned

I find employment during the off- was seeking a new source of scrubbing)
. SfHS,
U--- : I season of the citrus industry. Some supply in this State and located
I of the families this year have the vast number of wild plants I
earned as high as $25 in a day. I here. Since that time Bauman 75c quart 1.75 Gal.
I when several members pool their I i has collected the leaves for com-
day's pickings. mercial use. r
Dry Framing: Sash Weights
: 1 Sheathing; Sash jZ
I Balances;

iiII-rld. A Complete Line Of : Flooring; Sash Pulleys I I

te last a lifetime Siding; Finish & Cord. II I II

maintenance GROVE AND FARM I Rural Mail Boxes _2.25 up I

t s i, "rMw.a./ f City Mail Boxes _35c up

-.- ......... ...... IRRIGATIONEQUIPMENT I

Tto We stew r> oa quickly because! they

My Mffct bit* ...... And they can easily be 9 _.
tr A' Os/ tilt tl. i
..... . -- I l.l t1N a4 Uimnv.a w fit odd-cbaped roofs,with- $4 76.1

.., ..... _- E .M.......YH tfoat spend a cent for material Only

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.. 4 __+ iM'" I Ia
e Cirai
: Only Air-Flight
M **- -- hie E ,
- a have the
__ .r a ... e t! tilt 7tJ4 S494: I tors ,nIl 111 IlL
Gasoline Engines Florida Agricultural Sprinklers, I
4 Pumping Units. Madewell Gamer-Denver Centrifugal i I WE CARRY A FULL &; COMPLETE : magic-like .. -tiy
....... :::,=::..-reefing tier:;: Portable Systems Pipe.Florida Domestic Irrigaline Water Pumps.Power Continental Units Diesel Gaso En- I LINE MATERIALSRent OF BUILDING: that control the even 1 o.+

fjfi.w. ... R r ..... M..Yr ..... ...... perfect baUahon tion Systems. JohnsMangines., Light Plants, Acces-

->-. P0'%" .*.......ngW back at Ole rUle Transite Pipe Buckner sories. Our Exhaust I of cooling air ..

.m: fat . Mw.i.. '....<. *.. comferT into ttta Floor Sander. Fans 14t;
the Cg-
)ores w." fM ta Hock now bi 3. 6.7.8. PIPEVALVE5FITTING5Complete Edger and out room.

a3tri. .... .. f, '.. t t. .*1 IZM.Msa..d, covamg a Polisher.Beautify 30" to 42"at

_ap alUp ..X11......... .. w..( }1 ....... l..Mr wrM, phon. .or vwtk Irrigation Systems II I those 10" I or phone order.1J.

.. ta01.+ 4 tv ...srey..e.kaa. .... b. revs a.. and I i old floors. It reducedprices.
.... M*.* 9....9 y- YttWEAl lodi-r>ghl ENGINEERING SERVICE-ESTIMATES GIVEN3743PHQNE6II8B3QW.CHURCH ; little.very I
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VvWften anyoiion - ---- -- July Warnina Aaainst Tl Gn .Yln/.

Nt; t fJithtsAJ -: x Warning was-11I'n -heir to4r1 eeeA t 1 ...a .... IAer.. 4... ..
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,. .w sAS+...... ....' discovery In 3p.et.h tltltlsa r -. .... ..... .... ..
-- - I| agent: hich\ kills the MIaslMll/ ,_ 1 r41s

i a ..ta.e ......., causing. tuberculmM.
L 'That Is very murfc to. Uwpenmental > r'
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al..a > aM Dr W "
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A st x ing that when It *.. Iv.ni ,.

the Surgeons American by Dr.Coller Fraacto of J H :

US Public Health fcrvn-
lutely no claims acre M.or
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would be eflecme' for trratir

humans. 1.HtR 1.-!
What might be raited I-i
I ture lay Qublirtty 1m -.
similar drugs has doer ...
harm rather than tm*
Fowler said adding th.
leading to the prelunuMi>
was done at the' National li
of Health. Wuhulatflll D <<<
,Alfred Marshall. .* Ik. I .
Public health xertire has ke'.

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erl.+ t..... ..... C-,- 't1n10) RESTAURANTFamous "( \RICHI' 1 tlr r N .s.
. spaghetti and !Meat Bans ., . .
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By DAVE ENLOWE tions in Christian circles that Polish people and Russians Thicken: a la foceiatora:
a 4 flU COtUikU Of 1.- would give them prestige STEAK CHICKFN SHRIMP:
jr The : ink Sentinel/ Star1 secur- ing upwards of 40 miles to hear
a WINONA LAKE. Ind.-Six Or- ity, and family life that cannotbe him preach the Gospel Cheney Highway Phone 557 .
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found in Youth for Closed Gary DUCK..... sftStarhn .
the Christ Mondays
ell arersAlwsrmw. delegates to the third annual Watson Argue of Canada re- ...
1 Youth For Christ Convention movement. Both have turned them renllv returned from South W gaa'e -
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heard Billy Graham. international down in favor of an increased effort America gave a similar reportof .
vice-president of the movement at world-wide evangelization outstretched hands waiting toreceive Aluminum or riastlc
htl..1t PATIO declare that a clash between through Youth for Christ. the "bread of life" <$ t'rrnrh JLJMBOSHRlId'
Picnics .two ideologies in the world todayis Graham told of crowds lined Bill Bond. who recently returned WALL TILE Fried
imminent four or five abreast for several from China and IndIa. said II. ..... a- "-
!'1 $lflJ i! the stars' Graham has recently returned blocks waiting to hear the Gospel that hundreds of missionaries were 13* Color Combinations Bathroom -
.. ,+ .a >a .arlr-l.q.M .....a" from England after the greatest in England Wales, Ireland needed there and that the dooris complete as low as $90 J
tit..ertt4 tft,M MTf DULY It A. M.liiiiotit evangelistic: campaign since the Scotland. Holland, France and wide open for Youth for Christ .
days of Billy Sunday and R. A Germany. SCHERFER TILE CO.
Torrey. Similar reports from China India Youth for Christ is not "out 323 N> Orange Phone 1.258704y I
1 "louth for Christ. Graham Japan the Philippines, South on a limb." either theologically or !
,.'IMHIf' ( 1,1, aid."holds the key to the solution America. Greece and elsewhere materially. Such men as Dr. Wil-
of the mess the world is in have challenged Youth for Christ liam Culbertson acting presidentof
today. It must be either revivalor leaders to hope and pray for as Moody Bible Institute; Dr. Os- ie
A New Floor Skew wald J. Smith prominent Toronto
ruin. many as a 100 different teams to j
International Pres. Torrey M. go out with the fundamental interdenominational pastor; the Rev. T. L. Livermore
lea u'n' tTAtlfHG MOH JULY 21 Johnson, only recently back.from message of sal- of London. England, vicar of the jf f
a elobe-circling tour of Youth for vation. British church andmany others jI
Christ outposts, sounded the same One of the Orlando delegates. vouch for the fact that God seemsto Now ,
grim warning. He declared that Carl Kessel, told the writer last be blessing Youth for Christ as ShowingAll I
L l I the world picture is even darker night that he had never before the medium for world-wide revival -
e41; Pi.f.ttt DENNIS than admitted by our leaders. felt the presence of the Holy 1- and_ _peace.RADIO. Bar r law r 4-'
Colored Cast:
"There is only one hope Johnson i Spirit in such a measure as he did 1I I 1 Open :: I i
**** Tllm.il btwty 111. ..4 1 said. That is; that we get theGospel during Graham's dynamic chal- SERVICEHOME "A WOMAN'S A FOOL" 9 A.M.'Till ; r x
out to the farthest corners lenge. Literally scores of young f .. . .
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MMH .u1"1 etCH IVUY NITS of the earth. God seems to be' people offered their lives for missionary MOTOROLA AUTO -also."KINGS --

4i...... td e1%_ pntitR .e 1tIR47 blessing and using Youth for service and scores of oth- Expert record changer service work ROW" jjJ /)rI.'( lit Ii. .
'.+ ,; ____ t 'f ...atar" Ilem.t Christ and I will stay with\ it as ers accepted the message of sal- guaranteed Pickup and Delivery Starring -Ann Sheridan II'
: .. ittr Net-Mtt U (1..o"ro 11t'XIU\'! long as He wants. : vation for the first time. I Economy Auto Supply Store ON THE WINTER .ARSH Mtn. I ...... /htNr
Both Graham and Johnson have I I I Peter Deyneka Russian-born 235 S. Orange Ave. Phone (441YOUll DRIVE IN CITY IIIgtM11 ()M yf -.
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Deed -m -...- ...... ... NBC BnnphotiT in the WOBO S80) WlOP U2M WORZ (740) I :

.'.M ".00 Melodies __. 8111n On & News
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'*'-, .. .... a ets American composition I 15 Melodies __ Olor Pleas. Trio To Get c... .
__ Chaprt IB the Sky Degrees
hMN M Artlmr Lange. at 4 6:30: Melodies
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. .- .. 0.45 Melodies Chapel la the Skf00 l+Tttlw -
....... .'n.. M open the program.KacKmaninoffs .. ',' .. .-
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4b -wtllatat .. ... aa I w Lst kwn Sym- 1.15 1'00 placop.1 Eplscop.1: Hour Hour __ Or..n Once It1vem.Raellle' ._. Newt c..n Recital-,-- [Speed to The Sindoy Sentinel-Star] J' .", w . .
1:30 Dedllon Now .__ Organ ReTHlle NBC String QUIf. GAINESVILLE-Twelve Central urr4a'rt .
.. 9 M B tiaiMw and Suauu Artist's Life 1:45 Ker. Bob Jones" __ O..n 8neUl. __ lOBe Siring Qu.r. Floridians are among the 107

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concert. "- News .. _____ Church of Air ... World News R'duo University of Florida Summer
l.laod Mrs m Y aaH Never, Be Far From a'IS Renfro V.ne __ Church of Air _. Lucerne Ooa. Time. I school students listed by the registrar's T ..:& Itati
1.30 Renfro Valley ... l>an el Hour _. Meth. Mia. Ann.J. i
.. to ..w11M Nd 1lluea y Peter Barry on S Johnson Family Itangel: Hour ... Meth. Mm. Aim. office as candidates for degrees i I
at the close of the first
R. .. iwlw ... WINK at ft pm. Margaret '00 sews _.________BIWt Class...__ Church of Christ, i iIS I .. .. <10
a. Listen to Llebert .Bible Class ,____ Church of Summer session term July 25. ..... 1 ar..
.............. .ere fill MaM >*.r's Claence Derventperformance "30 Christ for World.Vol.,*of Prophecy Chosea Chrla"1 I Informal commencement exer- ae; 5SR .ISl M as ...
..., .... MUtr ,... twa4 wYIlsrting >LO Christ for World.VolceofProphecy The |';cises will be held for the graduatesnext ..-. ... rypUShc
10 1015 OO Chtldrraft News Pun h___.., Date Arthur Pour Van Horn. Voice Voices Down Down Wind Wind Friday night at the P. K. to -i& ..
e .ttt8. wM M
10 30 Voice of Prophecy Rtttewinc Stand News Hlihllghti Yonge School auditorium with : c-tin. .. ...
tt1..a._ ....... ....I'...4 name stars 1C.4S Voice of Prophecy Renewing: Stand Modes Moderne -. Dean Walter J. Matherly of the :.. 1a i IPM ...-. oa '...
.. 1M .aRs..e .... ....*,.. Item" fs>r the climb 11 00 Salt Lake Choir Methodist Churrb Pint Pres. CVrch College of Business Administration At I a !I a .ri le as ems.naW .
awn w ___ b A Met] ..el. W.,'. lweadrat.fW 11:15: Salt Lake Choir Methodin Church First Pres. Ch'rch as principal speaker. Pres. 'Q .. ..- 4R.sr0 ls.rc.. a
,, 1 *.. ....... f..fr>. at 1 p.m. overt 11.45 1130::. Music Music for for Sunday Sunday Methodist Methodist Church Church First First Pres.Pres. Church Ch'rch John J. TIgert will confer the 4 ,..... .... ...'. .

17tX) Gospel Hour _--. U'ltnsJ Mutc Show America United I degrees. '. sea.
.,... kMrh. .ill honor the 90th ann',4 '- 12 15 Gospel Hour _. Mutual Music Show America United ,
i a 12.3O Oospel Hour -._+ Mutual Music Show U. Chic. R'ndtable Orlandoans! include Robert F. .
ll.... ..... .4'f .. 4d Haw American Academy of 12 43 Gospel Hour MJtual_ Music Show U. Chic. R'ndtable j MacLrish BA; John E. Susky, .e tr

.- . e.at- %> 9ssi... a r..to itt-together be- 1 00 Newt Review ?.. Married for TJfe RCA Victor Show BA: and Charles K. Hetzer, .

} .__ (li.r_ ......... eli aiiiiar of the school and 1:30 1:15'Ne.1:: Hlrea to Review To. __ Sammy Married K.for,.LlI.U' Patterns RCA Victor In Poetry Show. BSBA. '"
...... 0 ts..n. .... Lrvcoe. Joseph Schild- 1'45 Hires to You _u_ B. K.n-F.et-Plc'n The Sophisticates Other Central Floridians are tn

w ww ...... ......, QuDa nlS. Diana 200 CBS Symphony! Reunion ______ John V.Ddercook'' Henderson M. Crowder, BSA
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2.15 CBS! Symphony Reunion Sunday Matinee
r ... -. __ Rtt s Male.to 2 3O CBS Symphony Lutheran Boor .. Sunday Matinee I Cocoa; Lee M. Powers. BSF De-
: .. ..... ne..M, Ld ...** WORZ at 9:30 2 45 CBS Symphony Lutheran Hour ._ Sunday. Matinee Land; Frank H. Wade BAE Doc- ;' >

i -........... clue-.... 'bwi lifted attars and 3-00 CBS Symphony:: House ef Mystery. Sunday Matinee I I tors Inlet: William -H. Leaven- 1. :
3 15 CBS Sympnon Haute of Mystery Sunday Matinee :
-. .' -a..v ttaln all ..... UM country- Eddie 3'3O Bummer Elee Hr True Detective __ Author Meets Crit. good, BME, Ocala; Walter M. . us"tt
...** a***.... ........, al .inan. is host: 345 Summer Elee Hr True Detective ___ Author Meeta Crit. Haynes Jr.. BS. and ,Robert S. t .:..::

I **. .*..'. to*t f4 ..... an4 armn. Is guest on 4-00 Family Hour _? Under Arrest __ NBC Symphony Herndon MED. Sanford; John E.
4-15 Family Hour ___. Under Arrest___. NBC Symphony Baker Jr.. BA Umatilla: DenhamG.
t *- m q ry 4 30 Jean Sablon Show. U Sweetland Show NBC Symphony _
'" .. s t* ....... II aiT Carmichael _4_i5 Jo*. Uarsch-Ne_ Lee SweetUnd ... NBC Symphony. Ely. BME Winter Park; and .,,
I .. .. .a v..pr hM Beetecbr Included 5 00 Silver Theatre ... Those Websten Sacred HeartS ____ John S. Chowning. BA New ;-L_ I .'. -- .
_.. Smyrna Beach.India's .
15 Silver Theatre. Those Websten Siath-Mjrl
r I .u. a ctiMi 81..>.i> On Mr Mind. Lazy 530 Sound Off ___._ Nick Carter .._. Dave Garroway U'h sh I
5.45 Sound Off __ Nick Carter ___. Dave Oarroway sh
[ I aj. ..... .*r. Lacy River, and his un F
..... ... Jack Pear Show UN LeaderIs
WD M>, M 1:10: pm. 6 00 Gene Autry Drew Pearson .
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6 15 Gene Autry __ Don Gardiner Jack Par Show
e k . ......... ..........r..tor of the True 030 Blondie .___._._ Octal Story Told. Rogue's Gallery (
.. w .i..n.s. 14 N pm. over WLOF.up ..!:!!..Blondle_ ______ Orut story Told. Rome's Gallery Woman of 47By CYPR&fSGAROtMS

to. ...._ prMt the moral that 700 Sam Spade ..-.Mediation Board Stars of Tomorrow CYNTHIA LOWRY
7 15 Sam Spade Mediation Board Stars of Tomorrow7:3o
veal .... I._ 0111-. aft always nabbed. : Crime Doctor Record Shop____ Kenny Baker u__ TAP Net ( iinrr< V r .r-t
____ _____ __.__
,. s. 7.45 Crime Doctor Record Shop Guest Star deli-
"' > s.a atg.astorwerM tookj upon his pro- A dusky-skinned, sari-clad
:1 !'ooCorUArcherEIPlorID.. Cnkn'n W.yoe King .._ ;
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... wt... s 15 Corllu Archer _- Exploring Cnkn'B Wayne Kiss, ____ cate little woman incongruously
''M ..... M..W.., l.ar__ ........IN'r... and 130 Tony Mania _.______ Listen Carefully Front &: Center _. 'carrying a heavy, overstuffed
o 45 Tony Martla Listen CereluUPront &: Center
: ..- .-et.. lMMed ......... ..,.*.+ his first -0 T.ke-Jt-Lf.neJt Quiet-Please!- -:-:-Story-for Tonight ,: briefcase was one of the out- FLAMINGO RESUMES FLOOR SHOWS: After an C - 7 9
Min pb. M..p.l WI. M MU'm Ath.r .MertsMM a 15 Take It-Leave It.. Quiet Please! .._ Story for Tonight standing personalities at the General ...
a 30 Strike It Rich ____ Counter Spy ... The Big Break ._ Assembly of the United Na- several months, the Flamingo will resume floor shows stTf ,
ItltLd m I N pm. IVORlie .ill be 0 45 Strike It Rich _n_ Counter Spy __.. The Big Break _
711 'WIJ w ....... IVff. swr tdriit .f Ran- 1000 Symphanette-== William HNman News from NBC: I tions a few months ago. tomorrow night. One of the featured acts will be the F > .
1015 Smphonette _____ Orchestra _______ StOry behind bdln. Today that same woman. Mrs. Quinlams [above] on roller skates. There will Ol> *<
w1a __ .lllkhns at .... bask.p 10'30 Harn James. Orchestra Henry Russella or Vijaralakshmi Pandit has stepped experts y >
I. '_ + sw>..nr .f ilk contemporary 10:45: Harry James _d Orcn.-Newa'III". Henry RuMclla" orj I aside ; head of India's UN delegation three other acts. The Flamingo is located on the OwN}
4Rm. eta-- .. 11,OO News- ______ Sports Parade __. News from NBC I
.,.. -0 -; >wv- I.. ? DMSAond. ,.iU be played 11:15: Scores-News ____ Dance Orch ___ Signed B. Smith to become the British Gov- i Highway.
t "] sir ........, WMtrt IVrnard Ilrrrmann at 11:3O Dance Orch ___n_ Dance Orch. __. Coney Island or ernment's first ambassador in ------_. WATLR ''SNP M a31a
-. .. . 11'4S Dance Orch ___n News un_-_ Coney Island Or I
Russia behalf of and
>. India
: a a..::4L. wtMl r. pmtian OPf'DStn 12 00'Newt_ ._, Sign Off===..--News and Sign"OU on year-old fighter for Indian inof the two women's barkcrautMf VA$ Y : 10
n -- ) "1Djlal'. Cave. The 12:15: Dance Orch _.... his Britannic Majesty's first wo- .
ra-irt 12-30 Dance Orch ___ man ambassador. Mrs. Pandit {s'; dependence has climbed steadily' make comparisons betwem ines] Ate'
i\ Pavans
nre- and theMIADQUAKTttS 12.45- Dance Orcb1.OOSI&DOff ___ faced with a touchy gravely im, and surely to the front and now j inevitable. 4 b4 t4t j
t Stbt IA u__ portant job to be performed i in I belongs to a tiny sorority of worldHer! brother. Jawatartol !**".u 60 1lAlI11xI111 4
- - he uneasy days of India's emer-, famous women leaders. ::1,5 one of indM moot. po'.'it (Ms m tOne
Sucker fish sometimes live in I gency to independence.No i of her best friends is Mme. men. head of its interim O.*.i n
I sharks' mouths. I I political meteorite, this 47-. I Chiang Kai-chek. The similarity I ment.






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Bontle, singer If' SINGER of : popular Jear LOW DELIVERED PRICE

songs, will be featured in one

of the the
acts at Flamingo'tomorrow -
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night. The new floorshow _ '_.:. ... .f't.: .;. : ,-' "- --:. =--=.-= : .:

will be seen twice nightlyfor

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I Officials of Orlando Memorial

StdW4S TWELVE RECORDS I Poet 19. American Legion yesterday -

protested a reported plan to

Only 69c Customers'move from Orlando Service Center to Tampa of the the

War Assets' Administration. . and enjoy the full benefits ofBIGCAR I

Messages sent to Sen. Pepper
&II. ea vow I
I and Sen. Holland described the
change as -unfair to the thou-
sand of service men in this area"
and asked that steps be taken to QUALITY AT LOWEST COSTBuy
fOtt/iAR I retain the center here.


WI .... .43

...... L I ...1 .79 Afjwatie Growth Removed
your new 1947 Chevrolet from us. Buy it where you are -
. .. .63 Anywhere
I asked to pay only the low delivered price--and not a single \

'.. ...... ..63U IU ft. oraact BRUCE Arc.THOMPSON Ph. Z..!M penny more! That's the American way-that's your way- CHEVROLET DELIVERED PRKEt ,'W\

and that's our way as well. -

1ItI I.ttyac ; ORLANDO*

DON'T buy Automo- True, you may have to wait a little while for delivery, but

btl. Insurance on price you'll save a lot of money,by purchasing your-Chevrolet fromus
= .... ur a.r. : a1o e. Find out what pro- at the low price, instead of paying a premium price to

(M i Stert* .79 tectioa' you: fet and what someone else just'for the sake of getting it a bit sooner.
kind of service the agent can

five you. Value for value, we STYLEMASTER SERIES FLEETMANM __ I
.79: v U match the policies issued a

.f......... .. _& .79 through this agency against any lit the state. cor investment than i it i is to save a little time on your new '
I...... I 1 """ .79 car delivery! 5 Pass. Coupe 11524] $1239.50 To M+ S du+ 110J.
\HAlL B O AGINrt( t Dolsr --I.I_, .

.. Town Sedan 1502] $1254.50 SM. ow..a'I .
RAGLL GENERAL INSURANCE Moreover fair share of from
we are receiving our cars
4 Door Sedan [1503] 1307.50 c....., ((21M
M a own AYE. PHONE 5189 the Chevrolet factory, which is out-producing all other makers _

......rn .79 -we are filling orders at the low delivered prices, day after

i day and week after week-we are doing our level best to get FLEETLINE SERIES

I" .. .1'J cars to you and to all who have ordered them-and so, even

I ...... n though the demand still exceeds the supply, you may not Aerosedan! (2144] SUff.M

...m l..... .79 have to wait so very long for your car, after all. 4 Door Sportsmaster ((21 II) $''' 1.,.

.. .... dry ....t T... .79 -

... ...Mr M wen .79 Trled And-Proven That's why we -pay only the low delivered price, and ThM dcllVk. .... prices l..clud. Federal eafse w Sae. Me) IN Ili

... .. AV.. Air 4r .ii. C'". Tw .63 Relief to. Sufferers enjoy the full benefits of BIG-CAR QUALITY: AT LOWEST ...ui......."' ee ape.ep a.. _tr.. P"- -.-. _, 4illulNIlh
RHEUMATISMARTHRITIS COST. And-yes-we'll get in touch with you the very .

I moment your new Chevrolet is ready for delivery!


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_ iStoric i Long wood Hotel Reopens I : .'I;1 .::/.J.. Church Council To MembersMembers Install llr fRENCH MIRROR fUMDMritoU t..M.. ... ; tMIIa--..-.- .1

1<. aaeel.a N.Ir ... nw M I II
t..... elm dla Mrs et.wl .. __", an4 Arnold Band,.. after with tourists coming from all .. ''1f of the Trinity Lutheran i 1 I 75 W. It** M. 9M ***. tM4 I
J .11 11 He. Iwrrr1 "T e **. an* M pen briefly for the parts of Florida to Join in State. Church Council elected during I _- 1 1J
-.r! __ 4 NNt fM .... M II yean, recalled that groups. the quarterly meeting of the vot
... m tM .*. .ntd by Joe. Tina Shepard has been in the hotel er's assembly last Sunday will be
# aatt.rbkI 81 % a( teapfeall fame. business for 24 years, has servedas installed during the service Sun-
.Ye ld! ..f.* um4inc gay parties In'' supervising; steward for day at 11 am. ELEVEN YEARS OF PRI.
sr <**** Mi Uw IMOs Shepard Knott Hotels Corp. and as superintendent > The Rev. Albert H. D. Belaski
,. ...,.,. ....... Irft Met steamers at8fcfsr4 of restaurants. for f } I"'ff' will install the following officers:
>r and ram the last 11 the Interstate Co. John Senarik Jr. president; OtisB. urnWIIW
m.vt m Kor..- ran vehicles.M In greeting guests from 5 to 8 Lundquist. vice-president: Ir- ( / \
Lli/tee> that the ouutandrtM pjn. today he will be joined by his iiw .. C win Fritz secretary; George Kline,
"" t M Uw history of the wife. Their son William John ; treasurer: William Kolbe, finance
I ::a-ad was th* reception given Shepard. 15. a cadet at the Manlius secretary; Wallace Works, corresponding tAM rasa .... .
it 131 with Ooternors of aU ,I Y. Military Academy will secretary; Harry Smith. ("... _u- \rtu ." S
Lraaa avitld and U attending.J!upend I vacations in, Florida.. Sunday. School superintendent. ttC
-- -- ----- All members of the congregationare
V'Ii: / ",. ,1 invited to engage in a general I...TM..ritDA1TONA ..... ...41." .
Atomic Bomb TalkHe.J.lfl Ellwood C. Nance 1 discussion on proposed expansionof t33OR1\.t: 'bC M r%.* e s
,.......," "' educational facilities. General wMe. = ... ..--
by Reserves Speaks Tomorrow .r meeting of the membership will l ua w
a! Y'Ua "it place immediately after the ) _
Aee.ete.! lh*cued on national Before JayCeesEducation .>w a l tI service Sunday.
er'2t. .< th atomic bomb were
.sod toy Lt CoL Joseph Safer for World Citizenship I .
a a __UUy alerting last meek at will be the topic of discussion i i.Y 1
R.aa.tb Anny Air BAM of the Or- by Ellwood C.Nance,guest speaker I''I II .A @ .w [ NNIYS'---- ,
M +It.or tlb ease ,&lIMN flMtnt Corp. Orlando lat the regular noon luncheon to- I f :: yrikdt
al slr+ tlltfires1M UrMaty R-.Ot.aUkL. I morrow of the Junior Chamber'of Ij ,
An ty.>vnn
er*... kemkt. test. at Bikini was Commerce building according to
..... ky CMBdr W. U Kltch. in Harry U Lindsey program chair- < LMeNUNEMURtht\ \\ ( ?
*.*" *l Carves for the 7th |I \
3 a ..._ Ye eati, ... ,..v&) CMVtrt, foUowlnc< a ahow- man.Nance gained many friends ,
., _
*- f 'I' MM B< UM tits Oprrauon s- throughout Central Florida while
+w- ......... ".. ...... serving as dean at Rollins college

before accepting his present position AN OUTSTANDING DAY FOR VA
" !
i as president of the University I .
PlYMOUTHlioaTIIY of Tampa. _
Those who remember Dean .

SERVICE Nance one know of the he most is a educated fine speakerand men Y FOR YOU! TWICE AS MUCH FOR YOUR 1

in all the country on world prob- ? '
,* 7-22-47 lems. Burton Thornal JayCee MONEY! HERE'S PROOF
.+. BATS ONLY 15-47 to I president said.Builders' a a a 1 a a. : ,

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tF. e b tnkl ** i READY FOR "BIG '" .
Wear 1 Exchange Meet ADVENTUREMrs.. May Walden, Avon COLOSSAL STYLED
: .. as i1aAeR F.M| flat ** *, thetvleal a" .Nataral 213
Park, is shown above.as she reached Orlando to take a Florida II
Slated Tomorrow Night Airways plane en route to Chicago on her first trip by air. As- PASTEL SPUN RAYON
A, P. CLARK MOTORS, MC.t Regular monthly meeting of the sisting her leave the bus is C. L Shirley Greyhound driver, ,
Central Florida! Builders Exchangewill
.... *. "OSE 1.11" be held tomorrow at the I I I who lives in Jacksonville. I DARING SUN-BACK
Chamber of Commerce Bldg. at 8 & +

p.m.session Following films will a be brief shown business of all Thoughts of First Air Trip
the world
leading championship FROCKSQ
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I heavyweight i fights. |I
ttoutt tlelor rapt I I IF-VITAMINS -- Fail To Impede 'Adventure1By (} fr

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try NUXATED IRON Unless this trained observer training has been all Daring, darling sun
STATE AUTO VkM fectoc e! ram .dMr.' .] a
.tern, I=,...k* =uoclur t.edtd.a rite city slickers in \
Chicago not to
tfttnalu dot kick fo..e. tr> wrong are going put any- backs in sizes 12 to 20.
MOV WORKS tXATED tar M row IRON blood w tat wa full n4 talld blood man b lpi fun, rainy NI thing over on a little old lady who passed through here
TV M fM ,lot nateful. BUrfe M KUIATTT> I Smart, dressy street
.JmON. uktoo: for quit... >wtill, Gtr. U>. .tarvu. yesterday.She
act mtf tmo t first airplane trip as "my big'v -
iiit STOP adventure!" I I the bus station by a reporter. to 44. It's been 41: 11
En route to visit a daughter, ,photographer and taxi driver the
Mrs. Katharine Moore, Mrs. i latter sent by Florida Airways. years since you've
Dea'l be misted! Walden laid her plans with all I "Yes, sure you can take my
tae home ran be treated for ter- the care of a general preparingfor picture if you like." she said seen such quality at
CVIRTRLE TOPS ones lor IM.M. Why pay more? D-Day. "but I understand my plane
Every Job carries a written contract Writing in advance to Oscar l leaves pretty soon and the Important this low price I
with a. old reliable company.DDT Bergstrom vice president of Florida thing is to get out to the f
-- HAT COVERS underneath for 2nd Floor Feature
added to house Airways Inc Mrs. Walden enclosed airport.
control of ants roaches etc. N* I 25 cents for a one-trip Short as the Interview had'to ... ) ": '
UMHAY VAN TRUCK IOOIESrt extra roiLBonded $5.000 life insurance policy just I be. it left the impression that the l,1,1I
and Insured to cover that angle. 1'"little old white-haired woman" ,i
*;: a % tttaf tottf tklasl. t.VAUMJTOBODYWORK5. Asking to be met at the bus sta-I,will have her felt hat, traveling Q .. k.1 1 -
Geo. J. Boyte, Owner I U6n, she said she could! be identified bag and coat in firm possession I ..
asa ttO whitehairedwoman I:when she reaches Chicago, via W /- ,
i : Write or Call felt wearing hat,an somewhat unfashionablewhite the '
worse for wear and carrying besides Bergstrom said the moral of the t / i \ (
...r w. .... en.tt BOYTEEXTERMINATING my traveling bag, a graybroadstriped incident is that Central Floridians : 1'Q\\
-- I.ar1S I coat. can start from Orlando on a local i . .
:11 I As poised and collected as an airline, m a k e the necessary 1 .
I CO. experienced guide for Thomas changed and fly to any part of the I .t
Phone 9532 224 S. Main St. I Cook, Mrs. Walden had a one- world-always, no doubt, with the --
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