Orlando morning sentinel
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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 27, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075053
oclc - 02734467
notis - AKR3408
lccn - sn 83016284
System ID: UF00079944:00236
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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a Privilege to Live in Central Florida' The Worlds Most Beautiful Place for Abundant Livint1\ -\ !:-a --... I''

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* * 9 ORLANDO. FLORIDA. JULY 27. 1947 /,,

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Forrestal To Head ''World Again Mother Truman< Dies ;

Fears Strife (

All U.S. Armed Forces ,

Services Tomorrow

-- - S Seabees Told j

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Hew Cabinet I ,
Orlando HiveHost

:I Nucleated' t I Less Than 70 Million Cases I; at MeetTrue \\1 I Elmer! I President Fails ..

to traditions of the

\s Of Canned Citrus Juice Navy's construction battalions ; w///vj ';rr3'L'y ToReachHerBeforeDeath

i eeni Orlando Hive No.1,
It Nt BiH ff i i 96 TirtE T fPEltl 6 ,
Seabee Veterans of America, yq % ." Ss .
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In Trade Channels Nov. 7 7lr
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and guests from throughout I 3I C Sf.fR tNAMfO .! TD N

4 tr,94t j JACK G'JKNETT ,' Florida took heavy rains in their' ,4i 9 1 EL616R 4)H, ,r j4 ::; i :

"""*..r Own *,",!'f Correspondent] | stride yesterday as a Statewide r' r7 tf CY OAv
Ik 1_ ...'" of'' barbecue was held at the Florida ( /,4r6g/ORri o5 I IC I
VWkVTKR IIAVEN-Less than 10 million cases 1 I Five-Month Fi9M
Power Club on Bear Lake. i -
....A i*!'[ Pit- ...... jlllHl will be in the nation's "pipelines" of distri-i, Emphasis on dangers of a new I Zo Against I Illness E4t

t -....... +.Mr +.i IRIMrtiaw .. .-. ... ?MM- I, the Florida citrus industry was told yes-, war was in keeping with the I

.anlawrt. t -. .. .11i ...... Mi i S Mfthly optimistic report. I weather as speeches were heard I I : GRANDVIEW. Me. [UP)

.. the A., C. Neilson Co. from Fuller Warren J'acksonvillel Mrs. Martha Ellen 'Trlllles
r ** ** n+NMa hM report was compiled by :

4' Raw'" based on figures obtained from I introduced" Judge as "Florida's Sydney Herlong next Governor Jr"-.j ( 32? Y'1 S F Dqy T'y 94. mother of the Pn.Md111A r I ,
61ae4.+ 4p . .. .aceaa,. the April-May period It included' Leesburg; referred to as "a mem- EO TNi died in her sleep r..t._M1 .

-. .......... -- a. Solons Argue, a projection of the possible "on ber of the next Congress;" Frank I OR y D while the Chief E'1IU..f'' .
hand" condition as of Nov. 1, : Uol FAR
4 l4ea.artadl, q.t. saw Caton. Port Orange, State com P'Vcki TN was en route t> bar .bad. .
.. House AwaitsAdjournment based on the current rate of move- i
., mander of the American Legion, \ plane hoping rataly .. n.Mt ...
1/ jolt went The report is in sharp con and Capt. Horace B. Jones, public before death did.

e. .6a '. trast to that of last Fall which works officer for ,the 7th Naval ( Z ) ; The old heart trf lilt .1..a

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woman stopped fcMtMafl M 1t.
"""'" W\H1NGTON (AP] The Annual Report. . j I 1 The active Seabee organizationis 7
......... _:-o imported Us work for ...of the to Gov.Florida Caldwell Citrus Commission contended '-: : down to a skeleton of its former X j / 7- ****S (See Editorial f__ 41w

4 ,3 cefflon last night but a.th"g | that "low prices [for both self, although "this country is not -
4. .... tanned and fresh fruit] were attributed out of the woods as far as war is Su l .,., am. and the- RidI.ast11 t>
< yEs
.. .- c 2 Senate delayed I to unusually heavy supplies concerned and the situation still(I did not set down M tale .IsaMl .a

.' r v a Adjournment of the 80th t I of fresh and canned citrus looks grave," said Capt. Jones CHOICE WESTERN MEAT port until 3:24 *m.

... aw>'* It was the Senates fruit and competition from other "This nation is facing a'danger- Mr. Truman hd aM ......
", fruits and juices. Details on FGyE rTL'UF by radio that be bad .tilt ... _
toll session. I
.. 41taas MftMtM nU ht I Pace 16.indicated. ous and grave period, although
......... A lv aS r ttl-pM bin revising f!I fI! many well-meaning people fail to : against death and aw661w w

.. ...r ti t,....., r- *. jtMMltaB systems of the Ar- : the nation had something : realize it." said Caton. I etched deeply m bra *. # wlstsl. M

tr ... ... er -.... I stepped out at the total. .......
a4 by
r.sr.a prrrtously passed like 17 million cases of cit- "Whether"\ we like it or not"said f , r F Sl
rrft.rll e. w .... irlaa+. .*. Hmitt. drew strenuous opposl- rus Juices at the time Florida was Judge Herlong;, "the trendof j rF vO | He was enrvMfrd a. seer ie
....- 41- ... the international picture is j / ..
-- <_ frees ftv Cmnally [ID.-Tex.1 beginning its new pack. fir I, funeral .mnr.. .. tblr a

.e.wlr d.sasaMU erred ......-.d denote leaden of The Neilsen summary is sent to definitely to toward conditions another resulting war"Turning ; mother to whoa to ... ..Q

....= giros .* ram It down our canners and members of the commission from the last war. Warren said : close. H*. his to**.*.* 1Ma6t,
- ... seer w - | only under a new policy I that "it's an outrage and a shame a0 : and their sister farr ...a.. des
I Ii ; G -r 7E r Tgy'r
IRMII ..M.aKtlr *. R4yub4ipm leaden pushed of "off the record" adopted sometime the way the veterans have been ,3, Fvy | sided on a service >!..*.* y .
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: w is E.r.4Mso M to t.* Mat IIWUUft and a few i ago-but the processors make ', ing.kicked" around and denied hous- I p.m. in their ......."'. ......

tP1tMs Ma atlttstrr. ....t pprtiprUUon bills pass- ''It available to the press on the Adding that he knew of no way'to i where ahe died. _

-.- .4 ... t4)..arn Congress last.l.la that entitled oppose pressure groups exceptto The President ad. hi rile ......
i theory growers are : friends and ..11-......
mat4tb9here. s a r Mela.9laa Ito I' form others, he urged the Sea- tM ..
the facts and the data Inasmuch bees to perfect the State and national flow ers. Mr. Tames ng _
eII.M fisr- 4taldl1.- 1M 1st biaMneis In the House t as the service is costing the organization which started r r' his mother often .
haeasd ...
- -- - .. here
: a
f final conference year ago.
.5..p..vsl A producers S30.000 a year. were for thePictures lIv i vim .rtd/
Speakers introduced by' _
.- tlAs ibR 111- were :
ttsgAl.g i .f a Mrasur carrying $101soil Information on the amount of Martin -
Segal. who helped to organize -
en..... nn i m wrpirinrntal appropriaH citrus and other competitive the first hive and the ,I ( &* /*_ 1))

+l.IlrtM9 H then. went" over to the meeting was opened by A. O. Orn- 1 --- -
* * (Continued on Pace 16, Col. 11 berg national treasurer. State Taxpayers ; Joy them and tar .
........ *fc..4i un had other Natives Claim I Mt % dtlr.
-mmmm ws.A. ..... .. Pas M well.tbs. Hand Mother '1r Mss'. M p....

.... scgwprlalkaalr. the Her. W4iiM.1Grandvlew -.

a- III .. ...... ebka lad be. IaNN.u Hughes Quiz Witness'Lost1newspapermen Over $ Btt t ati ...

of .c Hr ts.ILS wen pawed4a Dutch StoppedBATAVIA : conduct the service ores ...
tltsal Allicr - ... grandsons aad tv* a.pIi.. ..
.iat/q a te .Nee.'fb' WASHINGTON CAP Senators f the State Depart ans paid $ I
B .1 ... 11.11'1.000.000' for .Investigating Howard Hughes': ment has agreed to ask Meyerto Java [UP] In-I taxes during! [ be pallbearen. Burial ter
pnvtd.4 wartime plane contracts enlisted lug June 30 I the famfly pW M .....
r ...... Pngtaaaa. fNt million for ;State Department aid yesterday to return if he can be found and donesians claimed yesterday; per cent .
I j i Cemetery Kaaa
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fI'IUr M..A. &ad IM.MOOOO for find a missing witness who previously "if he does not they will cancel the Florida i.I
at 11 they defeated the Dutch in a husband .
and Mbar tetr .
had told of lavish entertain-I his passport"Ferguson Commerce : -
41 O Mrna.int torporatiens. I
M + five-hour battle 10 buried
ment for a high Government of- said Meyer's passportcovers night
t. --- pMt Taft .R .otUo) said the I ficial. The witness is John Meyer,;I all countries except the miles south of Semarangand I ] ,. After the body to P *.*d 4

.. .... .....* w.uM. ttuit without acting former publicity director for, occupied ones and that he appar- products burial in the fermi .....ii....
I Dutch base un- $12
big was
... Hughes.A ently obtained visas for France I brought a I
tlrlrl _> 1 *M fw, Truman's pending nomth. total value ton. five zmIH oar .f Ms1ai Swill
Senate War Investigating and England.He der attack from three sides, com- I
.. ... Aiadt ... tf UM approprtationi' des ,
W Sub-Committee which opens hearings : also has variously reported pletely breaking up the Dutch stock sold i lie- in aUto ta bur pItAM mlr
:r.: .... fished 0.. Tin made ana tomorrow questioned him In as in South America and drive on the Republican capitalof practically time for the mrvle.
m. .e71tM far James v. Pormtal. private June 3 and 4 but now has Canada. : Jogjakarta, 55 miles to the mated v a I i A crowd of ......... elirtlrsympathetic .

.ID MI. ra.ItrsItd mty yesterday to be | lost track of him and believes he! If Meyer does not turn up by,south.A II.- tatt4M1 tM _
Is out of the country.Sen. July 30, Ferguson added. Hugheswill Dutch military spokesman admitted I
-- a. M ._..ape M trfena&N. Ferguson [R-Michl. chair- be asked where he is and'' that the drive on Jogja- I Floridians"By ,i I (Continued .. race 1. rot, >.

.. THHWMI aimed yesterday., I man of the sub-committee, told I why he does not appear. > karta had been stopped. He said 1 come taxes |
.rl..11 ales MMMim. the bin al- 1 1 the Dutch did not intend to cap- 'tion taxes I

fWOWftIeJf1 a. ..4M resents U cash their ter- Joan Berry, Chaplin Mayor Curley Leaves ture"but Jogjakarta I cannot say at more.present" adding profits $17. I' ;I Police Move
I I taxes and $
..... !.... Band. A broadcast Indonesian com
; -- Protege, Mother Again Prison To See III Son munique said Republican forces Federal taxes.The I NegroSuspvct
: COHASSET Mass. lAP Mayor attacked the Dutch in a driving i
.. . . '. '. ,. ....
f. A Gainesville Stock ex-actress, night club entertainerand James M. Curley of Boston arrived rain just before midnight at I r* '"\ '-
.... ,, .. Tensaran. 10 miles south of Se- i DAYTONA -AftIr! _
... one-time protege of Charlie at Cohasset Hospital last,, i I I.
broke Dutch resistancein
.eessaMks Hit Chaplin who won a paternity suit marangv I questioned here ; r_
E # 68at6tlr $129,000 night to spend two hours at the a five hour battle and began: Partly shooting of Mr 1.-
against the movie comedian, is a
fits 4x. ie .. IRbt. "pursuing the retreating ene- I| noon \'
t.p bedside of his before
ailing Hill
son Holly housewife AAtaa
UUKfSVtllJE( > i API The juts mother for the second time. The !
.. t I dershowcrs
-S:; f. -Hmd weeks tale of the : baby: a 10 pound. three ounce, returning to the Danbury, conn. my"Other Indonesian broadcastssaid I local PetTO. wg* taw.s hRI M

4ww A.. ...# Mid pas bly the latest In boy was born last Sunday the'I Federal Correctional Institution. Semarang third largest portin I county Mil mundstctotM place Drt It i was... M

MM MMOTT.!the OatnravUle Llre- ': parents revealed yesterday. He He was allowed to visit his son. Java and main Dutch base in Cracker last night
named Russell Charles Seek
1.S4t1 .. Mark.l was racked up by theM Jr was. after the father. Boston City Greeter George J the attacked central from part both of the the island East and was That there :: (Quince k* m*.

I trills week. U H Thompson. Curley. under a ruling permittingany West during the past 24 hours. Re- ole from man .. Prison at Railsed.I Ifta:
t Mark** co-owner. an. prisoner to visit a dying mem- liable front reports said also that i I there inflated
I ...... tnttrday Burmese Fight To See ber of his family.", Republican troops were attacking 'did git Sentinltsr I
I .., .*.. MMunt of the weeks ; Slain Leaders' Bodies from the South and Southeast. I bate of river A baUisttcs MM haw taw
....... MMMtttnc th* Mondays I fish. That 1': ranged for a run fo Msl a
I ... pat Cfd' "'. hoc sale andeMle RANGOON. Burma lAP) Thousands 4,500 Jews 'Missing'On cal was I occupied b th# Nei
I ..-.w girl. durmi the of Burmese screamed and Three Venezuelan Troops proud to Joseph and tor a bidedfrom
Transports I
R ...red to 11 J .09107. fought each other yesterday in an home says ( ] the body Met Hiles tgP
H' MM. At the Monday attempt to enter Jubilee Hall to ,' PARIS [tAPl Three British Suppress Uprising red clay up I confirmation time -a-

.*. tattat mere soW. and pay homage to U Aung San and transports, bearing 4,500 thwarted 1 CARACAS. Venezuela API) Is darn f I,signed a r..te..m Mi k* all/
=: eN week another 11* were his dead executive council members Jewish immigrants back from Army troops loyal to the Govern- git offen y : have denied Ua he wm a
"** ..# traruactlMu. brine- whose eight bodies are presently -i Palestine, were two days overdue ment suppressed a revolt in the feet, and t neighborhood at tits nor eI/
IP.. MM .*.*' rattle business to lying in state. They 'were : at a "French seaport" on the Me- Paez barracks of the Maracay ,I most of the kiDinr
I: IffM saW for a Iota) ef $23,411.49. hurled back by police and fire- I I diterranean coast yesterday and Army Garrison southwest of here you have to a"I i ._ -
met men. 'I'I the mystery deepend as to their early yesterday after several hours he likes it -
\ $9 iri't Referendum' Goes I| whereabouts. France has agreed of fighting the Government announced aroun in I Re-marriage F..fedlM.i
:, to accept the immigrants tempor- last night. One man was puddle Kills WIH
| $2.l.. PerCent for Franco 'Iron Curtain' Seen arily and give them "humane killed and seven were wounded feet off. I fstronfW _
lilt I' Hits a DUNKIRK tod I l lLykins .
treatment. I the announcement said. I y
UAJMHtD 'AP Th CectoralI Hanging Over Italy I today he M glom ..
-- :
.art swp I foam. Beard formally notified WASHINGTON [UP] State Department -, I' I feared his WWM. .
> fb. ........ rraneo" yesterday officials warned last 'THE GALLUP POLL TRIAL HEAT I:I ( 30. would nawm .
i atVrt fd H per cent of the rotes . ,
night that Italy will "slide behind I Daytona .c: vorce. Meet farr t 'W'M
\ .*.. M referendum en Bpaln's the iron curtain" if this country Tide*: Huh 3.16 ; : I i alley yesterday t
at* M. M jurreulan\ on July 7 a.m 10:S3 pm ,
fails to send her large quantitiesof President Takes Slight Lead Cocoa Beach kina admitted h# ,
MM l...r .f the lMc sure. The wheat, coal and cotton In the 4 07 .p m: low i from a .*w..-ett .
.. mmltimtt franco aa Chtef-of- next eight months. In addition Sebastian MUwr i idun.
4 02 p m : low 3
.. ... ..*. N* fee and empowers him Italy must have the ships to Over Dewey in Public Favor sun rho,n: i iII
.... . i
to w al4etea" ee LOCAL
them stressed.
-.-+ s 4 ee ..r1r 11.I !I transport Recorded by

.. _. .* lreail P1o.. Crash Kills Six Director, Amen By'GEORGE on Institute GALLUP cf Public', Opinion .fllnic\p.1 Actress ETC Ar4N It tuyj I

.. .s ate DC JANEIRO API A dIsI Packing Box Shanty PRINCETON, N. J.-If Thomas E. Dewey.and Pres. 1 J am am n nun______ II RENO divorced Nee I AIM....ilsa.
________ actress t
ffeal Meetfe' Mid six crew- : Dweller Leaves $125,000LOS Truman the candidates Presidential 3 am it
helf were opposing in a 4 am _______ Hollywood literary avant j
l w aft r were kWed$ yesterday ''MQa ANGELES [UP] William election today, the race would be close, with Truman S am ________ day on grounds .< .atr9tatt 1
I __
lI HAJM exploded and fell Heckel. 80. Covina. Cal. recluse I leading by a nose. '7 am am -_-_-_-_-__-__ _
II I try tilt C.pibrU River. ______ a
: who died as he lived-in a packing I am
I t Pitting the two men against each other in a Presidential Sam ________ 1947 JJulyJw
box with only the spiders t
ewI .. shanty : "trialheat." the InstituteI 10 am __un_ :
C artereo. JET' I for"company to have (left-was a fortune revealed of yesterday $125--I finds the following results as of indicating no choice between the 11 Noon am __._nh__n JdTt,. 10W ,.. Its H .

seer .-_s._ e 000. mid-July roughly a year before 'two men. With these no opinion T( '( 272S29303(
I' the nominating conventions: !
Service Voters included, the poll resultsare
Jz e'., "If the Presidential election report at
46 for 44
: cent Truman.
, LIST YOUR NEEDS ,were being held today and Deweywere per cent per for Dewey and 10 per eadtaa I P.m.Hi I 19-4-7 lbaqulot I ;

When need to buy or running for President on the cent undecided. Asheetle BI . i
you Republican ticket against Truman Atlanta n I s. 14+1 Tor 10M ly t. M I
.1 sell anything from bolts to on the Democratic ticket. These results represent a gain AtrnUe City 80 I
Birmin/ham 12
tlr 9 buckets list your needs in how do you think you would for Pres. Truman In recent Boston : :; I : :: 1

....-," ...-3'5 Wt.nee. the result-sure Classified vote?" months Last November, when Ch..RO CllattaDO'la 11:1 II: : 34567 !
don't Those expressing a choice vote Pres. Truman's prestige was at a Cleveland 63
They just
FK1FF1N ; as follows: low point and when the Repub- Drawer 11. > 10 111213 H 5 It
try, they're sure. Truman ........--. ......._ 51% licans had just won control of Duluth Detroit 95 85 I ::

11 4a I Dial 4161 I Dewey ....._ ..-_.... ."....__. 49 the House, a similar "trial heat GalYe.tell JecluGDnlla to 82 i I : : I 17 1819 20 21 & &
u..4f4. I.
Ask for Want-AdJ A total of 10 per cent in the Hass.. City 94
poll prefer to sit on the fence. [Continued on Page 3, CoL 1] Lea AEI14*.- : { j -.. .-.,, -

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Page 2 : *: ;rnttttrl-&tar Orlando, Florida, July 27, 1947 _,
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$Krti lifter LEMUEL HARRIS KERR i Mother T Truman n .. ., WO SCI,. I
Dr. Lemuel Harris Kerr of .... "", ", ;-"." rMOTHER I IAuto
-< ,"" -<- fA f-
Mount Dora. died in Orlando . J Injury In !

Unta Scrutiny t iMphyxUtlon.Saturday He morning is survived from by Dies Rites Set !

I, his widow Mrs. Marie C. Kerr of ; ee' ..
lolL Dora two sons, Enos E. Kerr I I I i, *, .

MCI... 'VP L.w.e..t .. of Miami, and Lemuel Harris Kerr 1 '[Continued from Pace 1] t Ort penis j ..... .
Jr. of Eldorado. Ark. Funeral ar- .4 lure :.aovfitL.iwi.' fist > wtrr a
=... ...... of .urah&a announced later h ., ,..
rangemenu will be | airport when the plane set down. 0 "'MM $
......... ''', ., .
etlalllM ysM t4a1 that by the Carey Hand Funeral Mr. Truman had just stepped out W. Ml .' lAu- .-a tae *

a.eat,_J" fIMI Wtf dice tMt. Home. IIR. |I when his daughter. Margaret ran s wE er : a i o,.ix nnr,4a Miss red..-.
.wa4W "") ; A. Van rata np*star
P' d.M
.*r* M to.* M tfMUtetwttn ) HENRY DAVID BERRY !|r forward threw her arms around + i H. Mill. MM ..... Itt

WINTER GARDEN-Mr. Henry him and kissed him. His wife. e -:., ..... ...... Herr fII

.1 lUll ..,.,.. David Berry. 74. died at his residence ,mess; expressed her sympathy !i- s waan. amorea
..... ....... ...
$ M C aogte.e UI S. Main St.; Friday. He warmly and with Vivian Truman f. Y a rft'
pa tlt.t Lima, cam here as a boy with his par- . .,fiat, that Ualase ents. Henry D. and Mary Roper and Miss Mary Jane Truman the *L amen r .1W .,. ........
..... ..at frost Berry and lived here 30 years. -He family drove first to mother Truman's ?. ri ceQan< J .4 MM* *
..... aM ttiIDCUoni. was the grandson of W. C. Roper. home. then to the funeral alt"1fi.j.l .... .. I/1/frlr

.. .. M who was an early settler and ', parlor. l0l t ,7at.'xt'' sad irs: _

It'd.. ... ..... founder of Winter Garden. :Notably absent was the usual Van Watts .
-'IN&n.-, Mr Berry was a charter memberof package he always before had +l r.t n- -r if tin ref t
... rt.Nb tsl..deau..4.e the First Methodist Church. ,' carried on his numerous homecomings r- C K.r 'f "I! lie ishacm .

"' ..... aa>4w Surviving. are his widow Mrs. Lula *' -a "present for Mama." ," : r 'f tM. are.... ranlllti
Berry: one daughter Mrs. Coy E'/I' ,< oTIM
Rwd t iuLe
= Mrs. Bess Truman and Margaret a .. .. O It
Locke: one son. Henry F. Berry Bastin' aw 1
.. I.ttteeat pehtk'e'ss1 all of Winter Garden; two sisters reached the Grandview home at IUrMt 01 t nrtgra ltlla la'
.. ... ..... M h1a Mrs. Vinnie Nolan of Sanford and 1:05 pjn. They have been staying J4 f: felvr4 .MMIaa M
Mrs. Edna Miller of Bushnell and I 1 at the "Summer White House" at $ a.4 -S- .. ....
..., Fin three grandchildren. I 1 Independence and it was there ..atpairMian e.Mw..1rd ..

s .04.. .*..", Services will be held Sunday at that Mr. Truman went last night. .c ; 13k ..!*
e Mitt factionalMB 2 pjn. from Loomis-Parker'''1 Mrs. Truman suffered a frac- cmn M1.*.. &"..* m .'
..... a MB rtae" ..t rn mJ Funeral" Home chapel with the ture of her right hip In a fall in '.?m;><1'<1 1 H pas a.. Ljrf
.. (I .. .Hh recutant Rev A. A. Stulck.. pastor of the her bedroom last Feb. 13. Since D"* n a,r* wtOia (JTMM H
... p. ..... attonaie.. First Baptist Church officiating. then her condition has been serious ...n* a ..ft w+. 'a. .....
>iP ni H.ri< trt* lane Interment will be in Winter i or critical. For 12 days late in said
of <.**& threats be teLlMt Garden cemetery. May the President spent hour aft-
..... : er hour at her side and then she _
> ea>raM, the eolup MRS. EARL J. MURRAYMrs. pulled back somewhat.Her R Injured S.. :

... ... t sra.4 to the Kathleen Murray. 46. died last relapse began July 3. ToBOM.hft : ;Sf
fII ...,... ae.eding to in Jacksonville Saturday. Mrs.Murray She had been bedfast since. .
... ..M I'rftkknt', I Announcement of the death of Stt.i: ....
former resident of
was a
.. .. Tedo4 Lincoln. Martha Truman first T-Set Rt .
Orlando and had been living In Mrs. came tr.--:% !
... 9fit. *. the people' five from the home of Vivian Truman.He F: va" .n a f
Jacksonville for the past years. .. ..r. *M* opened un- t.M&F..r s
Fair ICS gas
She member of the lives on a farm near this little 3 .r; a
"as a Baptist'Church
... .. .
*. all.r MI >sth. Jackson County community.Dr. day' trnm" nrraMr -.tr .
.. .wrkaaa .*. opttvH Fri- at Jacksonville. W. Greene of Inde- pita. 'n 01"...... .... a g.r.
....'... M whelan .hoOt Besides her husband. Earl J. Joseph TRUMAN'S FAREWELL\ : Hospital l.MIt at/et. ... S. .
Murray, she leaves four sisters andtwo pendence. Truman family_ physi-
.. .... .,
# Right s arch- I to M h.tgatg "a .r
t- brothers. Funeral services will cian for years arrived at the home posted -
4saw.In1i w end arnuClrfl -
be conducted from the Carey Hand' shortly after Mrs. Truman died. '
. tie War Pmlr
4lhr Chapel here Monday at 4 pjn.. On an earlier call he had tele- 'Be a Good Boy Harry! More Thai 1 1MrMt
phoned to advise the President ,
with interment in the Woodlawn jar
..... ....... _au. wu Memorial Park. II that his mother was sinking fast. New WDIO SII1!

.}... stirs WM. hate r,-.wtM . THE UNUSUALLY CLOSE companionship between Pres. .....
Will the M. pio
"She Just went to sleep during
... .. .,..
dra'in's Ie ., .
MR. MLES FULLER Truman and his .
the night and didn't wake up. mother, the late Mrs. Martha E. Truman, 1.snineRi'd all. "'Uortualil
-. r..... h. M Moat tears.Rti .
DELAND-Funeral services for ... .
: . It wasn't exactly a coma," is well illustrated by these pictures. That he held the pt1M.i.A
.., Mruttprtutheid.. m.. Mr. NUes Fuller. 77-year-old far-1, said Greene. r mo'e .haft I I'"S ,......eadantarP ...
......... ....r..urr .f Uw Abraini mer who died yesterday in Lake highest office in the land probably seemed less real to nf 'iilets... .1

.!It .|... ..... laid he County, will be .held Monday at > The House and Senate pausedin her than that he was still her boy Harry. The tale is told t Inn 'ra t hII' pack I i t.-.

'..*. .. MttMi micht have 2:30: pm. at the graveside in Ponce their end-of-session labors to that her parting admonition at the end of his many visits f lied Uun ,..... ......

bri r MM Ift* rnm dUclotedf Anna cemetery Paisley.He send Pres. Truman their condol- was always "Be a good boy Harry." She followed his -h.r' lira uw $+ Nrods' .
fwttaM. feuds and Is survived by his wife. Jim- ences in the death. Senate Demo- fines{ 1 t r rt
then new Rrpub- ima. one daughter. Alma Frances cratic Leader Alben W. Barkley activities closely in the newspapers and on the rddio,

J-: and a son. Niles J. For many years made the motion at the suggestion listening to every broadcast of his speeches. Her biggest Pea

: ralUcUoa' tailed to Mr. Fuller had resided near the of Republican whip Kenneth S. moments came when, despite her age, shfe went to the w + Girl J4, r.
.. Fine u to theN 5U Johns River and had many Wherry. "She was one of the finest Trial fetf .j
polls her for him.
cast vote
***$ inculatiBn on Un- ., acquaintances among the residents characters in the history of the proudly ..
e rt *r that of hUTanoh of Volusia. County. United States-a simple American oQ -- nt11A91MR'Lougee .!' .. 1 + e l

iM.a.eiil. ... UI&U1Di 1 i I ," Barkley said.A SENSE OF o- N _
_R. M Ow euapteben in tome INFANT STROCK few minutes later the House S W .treed vses l.
.asarwd WIMre that there wu NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Brief was notified of Mrs. Truman's trial to tltgpetat Celrel
-a.. n..*....le Mtloo wtthin his prayer services for Linda GayeI death by Democratic Leader Sam Church Snake Ritesc.HATI'ANOOGA haal..e anti ... urMe.R

I I Strock. Infant daughter of Mr. and Raybura. of Texas. He offered a These Younqsters Need Home 1 UPI[ Hamil- el a platttlttw I' __
', w im, + of OaArrtM Luther R.f 'Mrs. Ellis B. Strock. will be con- resolution which was adopted observing a Pew, J .ilella. rill &.
-. .. ton County Sheriff Grady Head aerMad W. _Jt::1I.1r1ll
** >a> x *.. ... -MMVwUaf beauae it "death of the mother of the Dear Boss I is to find will send armed deputies to Dotty t.atrit .....
grave In Edgewater. Rev. Gay- : trying a good their own needs and be able to 0 .
.. ..... .. .. .. M
%***+**4 Mast. Idle rumen Ion L. Howe. pastor of the First President of the United States. Elizabeth Ann is 13 round-eyed j home for her and to know that i provide suitable physical surroundings Pond Church near here tonight Ie ,
.... t4.ehewleted ...... t'IMII't' '
about Lin
in and awed at what life has to of- she doesn't want to be sent
Methodist Church. win be I away i enforce State law against han- .
and Although basic
t* sialas4n Ana Rut. j care. -- "
Beaches at Sydney. Australia. fer. to school.
. thattrouble charge. I will be paid there is no'': dling poisonous snakes in religious
with. expenses _
PIG-M t.4t
have recorded annual total of is i M
at an Frances only and she
Linda Gaye was born June 27 seven '
feu L1 t... family home be found profit involved. The most important '
that Linl no can
Wherj ceremonies. The Rev. Rom Ha riff ,
19 million visitors. Is M
Halifax more than a little bewildered. 1lAILO091 C'
fMM*** .u an UletiUmatepa the Hospital. Daytona I she thinks people don't want her II consideration is that foster -
Beach and died there Friday. Be- They are nice kids. has promised his congregationthat' I.- fMMlrli I
1.4 N
S Llnrolnh paSr because her mother ran away. parents offer a child a home '
.... sides her parents she is survivedby Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery "!f the Lord moves me" ..... a for...
nee Eltret .wntWil.Hf'Ht Together, they have two things What else can she think? because of a desire to benefit 'the .
two sisters. Wanda and Donna. Loomis-Parker Funeral Homein In ; eeurw .--. tM
neither has i
common Frances snakes will be
: a isn't old enough for child. i iI handled.
$ Hie Fountto / I| Kaye. and her paternal grandfather charge. mother and both need a homein such reasoning. But she's old I These are no children for adop-i i ...... .... .Itt1F -
I\ -
C R. Strock. --
Orlando. be tion. These kids lire
enough to hurt. When her are only !
Settle Funeral Home Is in charge James 'Franklin Braw- Miamian Loses $2,000 String .Nww... M1
For Dr.
Death There is no home. They aren't mother died three years ago she Elizabeth Ann and Frances-kids :'
tW+leYt1LL Oa. IUPI Mrs. of arrangements. ley. who died Tuesday, will be heldin wanted. It's tough not to be want- I didn't fully realize what death who need homes. They wonder I BOSTON rAP Mrs. Inez P. =1<11 IJ / A

Idb>o.e e as.... )/. bride of three "I ": Fairchild Funeral Home at 4 ed when you're seven-or even was. She felt rejected-it seemedto why they can't find them. | Fisher of Miami who came to bee Inns.l tbsr grar.A 'I
MR. PAUL P. VARGO p.m. Saturday with the Rev. Collis I her that Mother feel meet her husband returned . seared
.**.*.* *M faUUy subbed when you're 13. i went away because They pretty desperate aboutit just Straw tM
yes I Shore
Mr. Paul P. Vargo. 70. of I C. Blair and the Masonic Lodge she didn't want Frances sometimes !' from four and half in Bwreir .... #
11...., wlibtle fctiee* In her home Only kids know how tough i. any a :years ;:: =:
.... .......<. Mrs. Brown. for- View Dr., died from a heart attack I conducting. Members of the lodge a is. When you get older you forget j more.- Maybe she'll outgrow that JACK. Europe last night reported low of I. that 1M wtr Mrlrra9t

._.lg tit |b...t.... Ala. is the i Saturday.Mr. Vargo had been a resident of I have been asked at 3:30 to meet at to Masonic attend I the rocky roads. At seven but she needs a woman's sincere [Jack Trim a $2.000 necklace. > > Me
Temple : -
p.m. --
: or 13-frustration is bitter tears affection to help her.
.,. .f a Wide worker. She re- 'Orlando I
for the past 20
years the services in a body. Interment -
- ,. wounds in her after retiring from business In will be in Greenwood I are Quick and a sense of belongingis She knows instinctively that nobody : -
$?*** M4. M fcer. -nat.llll..N Cleveland. Ohio. more important than anythingelse has offered her anythingreal.
Cemetery.For I ; in the world. Including a home. She wish- =c
He is survived by two daughters
I These two don't even know es-pretty wistfully sometimesthat o.
Mrs. Helen Bage of Orlando Mrs. Mr. Robert E. Hinshaw
each other. she had a home.
They appear togetherin
Marie Oppum of Lakewood. Ohio:
IMTEL who died Thursday in a New i
three sons. William Vargo ofBractvUe. I Smyrna hospital as a result; this item only because they are But there Is no home in Or- '
Ohio.James S. and Paul of rattlesnake bite t \\1111!typical of the many the State Wel- lando open to Frances or Eliza-
M ttte+,.ua1 treat in '
fine fare
Board office here !* tryingto
of Ohio. .I beth Ann. None that the
Vargo Dayton. be held at 11 ajn. Monday in Fair-, Welfare I
#.**4 iie.nS feat family to the help. The names aren't even ; You've
The body will be forwarded to \I I child Funeral Home with Dr. L. E. Board feels can best meet got
their real |
Cleveland. Ohio for funeral servIces I McNair officiating. The body will' ones. the needs of these children on
lNilnWnnD IIOTELLOftSWOO' i,I But the cases are real enough. i
and Interment by the Fairchild an individual basis.
be. sent to Kansas City Mo., for .
i The need Is real
enough. I
FLA Funeral Home. ,1 further services and interment. I j
I I I II They aren't wanted because Yet there must be many qualified -
people who would welcome
IW M","nations caQtowawooD FUNERAL" SERVICES: For Mr. Spencer R. Wainright. I there are not enough foster
For Mr. Henry Edward Dillard.I I 161.I who died Wednesday will beheld : homes for school-ate children. such children people ,,'hocn

i) 160 S. Lakeview Ave.. Winter Garden i Sunday at .Sanford with' Plenty of people in Orlando will would find an empty place in their somethingthere

Iflnrhis Dinner who died Thursday in an Or- the Rev. Lionel Nelson of the take in babies or even pret!t own lives filled as a remit. ,
lando hospital will be held Sundayat Oviedo Methodist Church off i- school children. This is the belief anyway of

0p. rr.w U .. 9 P.31. 4 pjn. at the Methodist Church R,'!I dating at the graveside. Services I But they havn't been Interested Mrs. Lillian Grant supervisor with
the Rev. A. A. Stulck officiating.' will begin at 4 pjn. I in Elizabeth Ann 13. Nor the Welfare Board. Of course
such homes must meet strict Wel-
Frances seven.
These kids aren't up for adoption fare Board requirements but Or-
mind landoans who would consider tak- !
t you. They are childrenof
broken homes ing school-age children on a tem-
who need tern-
1 1t s porary shelter and affection. porary basis may call Mrs. Grantat 1
i Especially; affection 2-3342, or at her office in Old

1t They aren't orphans either. Court House Bldg.
t i Their fathers would give a lot to Foster parents must be In good
health have adequate income for
be able to make a home for them mistake .
... (Vobody can IIIiIIJP
i -but a man who has to work all -

I I y a : day can't take proper care. of a Battered 'Strong Man' your cap and those....... .....

: girl child. lapels. They identify yo. .. t..
I r ;
They can go to boarding Leaves Operating RoomLOS
j ;tl.>l> schools of course if their fathl i l ANGELES I API Posters .>s' Army Infantry soIJtw.

!'I'Y;. ', I Ii ers rangement.can pay for But that even sort the of best ar- used to advertise Pete Ladjimi '". In war they call felt "a lbgl..l .....

i I boarding schools are institutions 50, former man in wrestler the world, as "the strongest the Queen of Battles." Bat -.,..-

I ..' .' if ..4I I The-State not homes.Welfare 'I Hit by an auto yesterday. Lad- I the higher cause of ,.....
It, Board office' jimi was reported to have "possible
here thought they should be Inj i' fractured back concussion of the You're matter of..... r.... .......

iI I homes-good foster home where brain possible internal injuries /i, of .4
they were really wanted and wheretheir : condition serious." But ; s greater firepower a .....
fathers would be welcome to'' up off the operating table put than any other soMfer MS .... ....
i ..
t IS SAVING SENSIBLE? see A them look around showed there i on his clothes said "sol-long" to airborne meeha...... .... _.
the astonished medics and walked
weren't such homes in Orlando! home-a mile distant. ;" home in snow, sand and -..- _gpll.r

i Younger children were welcome --- -- the use of the motcommunications ..... .tilgs ..
iI "'es. Not Elizabeth 1
I Ask Any Man Who Saves Ann. Not
Frances. I I as ww H .. tie X411 i
Elizabeth Ann Is a sensitive l I ground soldier.
child. Her mother ran away with I I
if i another man. Elizabeth Ann I &.. i- You're trained la kw.ia..il. i bra
,. ..
f A consistent savings plan is the surest way to maintain a !I knows the other It. kids Slid know also knows it. If that her'i, ling: qualities that ....... aspI

{t ready savings account' for future needs. Save the First voice Is a little strident and her Tried.and.Proven stand out in a crew J.
manner a little rough/ when others Relief to Sufferers
i Federol way-SAFE, SURE-your account is insured up to 'I talk about "my mother" it's only You can choose B. saner ltigtllg d ..

because she is on the defensive. Sinus :.. : service than the ......., . ..
$5,000 of the Federal I
I! by on agency government. She's old
enough to know why
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AND TRUMAN would" run if they were
.1 ...........,. n PvMtdentiol election held today is oppos-illus-!I ARESNOW
..... #"'' r Ma+ed from aGallup Poll: Presidential "trial' -
tteot ,

., I'tc.sldcntIc.2E. frM Poll rate//tJ Preview* I I LOCATED ON 2nd FLOOR

..rw nit- next year remains to be seen. I
..... ... '
.. r11 While today's findings are a genera '
.1Mep11Mlg reflection of what is happening :i
Ids a -- .... ort
I : : : today, they are-in no sense a 'i
:! the forecast of what will happen in i
--.slMh Ifp.st. take 1'41. I
41iw.ier M M.i\l1 filar.T 2. At a comparable period in I -
... .... tM lli.- advance of the 1944 Presidential
.Maass Mews.t1i election a "trial heat" between I
'araM7 INrBL etl the Roosevelt and Dewey found Dewey
basalt Clip. WbH.IM trailing. The survey was conducted -
the_ e.esN react In August 1943 and showedRoosevelt II
----- I 1<1 1Rlfi. polling 55 per cent.Dewey I
bas M.- 45 per cent. In the election I
.. l..tlla' Roosevelt won with approximately
.. ... .p t. I. per cent.
... rib.ep. There are many "ifs of
... .. .. .
fibh. M d rmsn In any "trial heat" such
as today's. For one thing no
....... tM WVNr .sM .t the aM know whether Dewey will i Innerspring Mattress 5-PC. DINETTE SET
.. ..... the 0..0- actually be the GOP nominee
.... ..1L. I< Ir! 4soar. title Rep. He 1s the most popular choice i ;
rlata.... IM& say with the rank and file of Republican ,.. + Resilient innersprings soft cush Reg. 59.95 NOW 39.88
fI Illlr ... tntatantla voters Institute polls have 3 / Pony comfort assure you nirhts of
r 1lesid.ntof found but the selection of the i '' .,.. t e: refreshing sleep Strong AC* ticking
sw sedler candidate Is strictly up-to the convention i "y''.'ii' ;'.;',.-., Matching cover.springs.Quality Reg.constructed.39.95. Select :your new dinette set of maple or briar finish sari *.*.
Iii per delegates. """ v NOW 2488.
advantage of this great SEARS satin*. 45" taMe. with I r4
-&: 1- In today's survey Dewey draws leatherette upholstered teats. Similar to Illustration,
ttti/w.s. aU ofb hu main strength from professional
twlnded and business and white
...... tM are.evtlstsaa collar workers and from voters in :
....., ..... the older age brackets.Conversely. 3-PC BEDROOM SUITEREG. _c--
.... Ie tls.M Truman U strongest with organized -
........ pe4ttl.,. labor young voters big "'2 ", \
......11 ..... city dwellers and farmers. : I ,
__ Mir .Ilewil.. bAs : I
IJ.... ..__-t__tu I III the.tad :; :
.Irw .. ""'" 149.50 NOW 99.50 ; = I
r.9.-.... Ms sales '-'..... Poles Seek Ban i -1 .: ii :: i -

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tMpe-. et.4 has an Against FrancoLAKE I ,
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..-.-+ hl.osv acna"In.- HERE IS ANOTHER SEARS SAVING FOR YOU. A sturdy poster style bed; 4S".J 1
1.1 ....... .
_*leM t SUCCESS rAP PolandU ..
.. .... Iplwthat. preparing a demand that the vanity with 38" circular mirror. 5 drawer chest. A bedroom suite that will add Felt Mattress
...e wltl esfs. United Nations Security Council Unfinished Chest Two Piece Set
+ "". 110" ..,a1 1MIt" lake action against Franco Spain. beauty to your home. Light walnut finish. Similar to illustration. Reg. 49.95 Now 34.88
an authoritative source said yes-
Irrdar.Ruasia'a. t Reg. 17.95 NOW 14.88 Reg. 9.96 NOW 7.88
TIller neighbor would act ..,,,r ,..-----------S,,,,,,,,a,..,, __...-,.. _, layer Butt reUDI felted cot mattress_. Roll of edge springy! aad
wlitfl under the General Assembly'sFrancocondemning -e tufting keep Ii la shape Strong Ready to put together . at Paint It :yourself and .ase ....
resolution of ,V' t '- ic" f tickets cover 33.size. only. smart savings Assemble It . Kiln-dried fir or ..*_. ....
",IdlING s% i yc art paint .and save Of fir er
last ran which: said U the Falan- Y 7 F ,,t spruce t"lth hacks and bottoms' of 'ease Vanity: JUIT. ... a..a
l ala si N4M1 fit retime remained. In power Masonlte presdwood. 1513,. {
..... alter"a reasonable time" that the
...- ,,..... ..... round should con.slderadequate
I measure,"
Poland contends that almost a
year U "a reasonable time" and
KYlE: the council should act and. at a
',minimum order a worldwide severance -
of diplomatic relations with
PAINTS Madrid.

The maximum step short of
I w (levee (.rr.*. would be economic sane-
IlL .. .. 't.... '. .1 twig" tl1N... LIVING ROOM SUITE -
. 2-Pc. -
C k M1atbLII The Polish delegation plans first _" S L-- _
to approach Sec.-Gen. Lie andseek
7MMAS to convince him that he Isunder Platform Rocker Solid Wood Desk .
obligation to bring up the Reg. 198.50 NOW/ 119.88 -,
taw In order to implement an
co. assembly decision. Should Lie refuse Reg. 49.95 NOW 39.88 Reg. 47.95 NOW 34.88Restful +
ter N -.:;.... .** I-K tin to act. the Poles were readyto f
go ahead on their own. comfort In the no-sac Imitation walnut finish Solid wood
Appearance comfort and thrift! Deep coil springs hand-tied spring filled seat and plump padcnnstrnrtion. 28" high 2 drawer '
des hack. Walnut finish. Assorted
on each side. Just the thing for
8 ways padded with new cotton. Double dowelled frame. "alIapntrJ.. Ole den. Similar to illustration. -
nut finish. In assorted tapestry. 1 {

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L_<. Reg. 27.95 NOW 19.88

Metal I Kitchen Table Lawn Settee Strip Steel Glider
All Steel I Stool I Paint It yourself, it's fan and at a bargain that mesas .*.M

-j.twIUKLY 24-In. High 275" Reg. 21.00 Now 18.88 Reg. 12.95 NOW 5.88 Reg. 24.95 NOW 19.88Enjoy money in the pocket! Dropleaf- table .pen. t. 4l* tUH "h rir..

; Sturdy taste nas tsrome-plated to resist Sturdy chairs withseat t-tawtt
An steel with baked-on !enamel Ideal for sat on porches gardens the! breeres .In this metal top warps(!
and Seat upholstered tubular steel leg. Assorted col- and lawns. Will not rust or rot. glider. Has form fitting strip s
rang. red plastic tops.No drawer. ModMakbiug steel seat and back. Enameled turned
In washable leathrette. Choice of : chair Her. '98. NOW If'" o
red-, blue, black or green. era ttyhnc. }.88. Similar to Illustration. green and back.frame; white enameled seat






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()&f' '1:1: C). J'I1.' N 4 month Florida economic problem. QMAMEN Co' nza'TT Our Highway Troopers SctU+t- 4

I 0.l::'roar.; ,.".ra.ut..i i uLrM An Orlando Rancher's Success -
ti .. .:: or.... % : _ii By JOHN BRANSeOMB_ For 'Runaway' Bus Episode

-' at SUCCESS STORY: When I was a little boy . Anytime someone setting 'his watch by the great clock on his wall. '
teals i S. :: d (at .:. U.I.44Nw CATTLE that he That went on for months and finally the much ''Editor The Sunday Sentinel-Star:
f from L. B. McLeod's Turkey starts off like that you can put it down
I pleased jeweler said to the man "I appreciate the When a Greyhound bus can diS-

.1iieFn h. ',ra..s4a Lake ranch topped the Kissimmee auction ; has begun to get old. Ill start over again. When I fact that you set your time by my clock. I have 'appear between Key West: and the ...:

; -- last week. : was a little boy I used to have a notch In the observed you for a long time. Tell me why do you I j mainland it doesn't speavery
Anp.q 1h.rsa Mwa .nee.!muss' Dser.sNi.r. ; J
........ Ma b.M. Marrs T. LAWMC*. A**. 0*. It brought '$23.75 a hundredweight. kitchen door. In those days I possessed an enormous have to keep such accurate time? The man add replied '- 'well for your Highway Patrol for 1
"I the Janitor down at the factory
4 ei fw'rMS4t' btra I.MM .. W_.... Cull MM.S Rancher McLeod. appetite and was obsessed with the desire to develop am for'' as I recall there are no detours on
Congratulations, I have to blow the whistle at noon each day this
IeeeII9 c.- Tort this route. A situation
awe iR M-s-a la into a large man. "
it..rto Mr L T, Mi Ts. '-". I the men to stop for lunch. I could never have happened in
a. discovered that men are rtofficees .
before I ,
". I.a.l.rir\ ., e.. ca Mu. c.... Muses, her s..r.e THE MERRY-GO-ROUND That was much as The Jeweler said, "Well. I do know. I have been" .Michigan, even in the most remote
not measured by their physical girth so setting my clock by that whistle for a long time. |I parts of the northern peninsula

..sow w v.. .u..4 Prns1y .. by the proportions of their mental capacities. Now ain.t that Just like us folks. The Gotrocks have ,Our State [Michigan) has the

lwewwwM au-Yd Pew M to f.welwndf fctitattoa U all Marshall Tale Gloomy i iI Boylike, I burned with a great passion to havea cocktail parties we must do the same. The High-| :finest patrol system in the ,'hoW. - ..

.... ......... ...r..M4 to tt arIB aot body like the men in the physical culture maga- brows next door don't go to church any more. We j 11 country and our troopers are the ,

-s .....r..w.. -. ..... P.P..rta ........a. I lj DREW PEARSON I zines. That's why I cut the notch in the kitchen are setting our clocks by their time. Go round to 1 best trained. Regardless handicaps of weather our- ,J I Cbnpa'uun 'aaa' n MCr Moores M.pem.

: I WASHINGTON-Sec. of State Marshall gloomily door. I'd consume great quantities of food and the kitchen door and you will find that the notches : I conditions or through. It might t' served w tnrte... 0y lied
b..s..n .oars. how much I I men always get
door to
periodically stand at the see sf
have faded out. I i of desaocratw ;"t
disclosed to the House Foreign Affairs Committee worth while sending some
!Aria 1 JULY 21. 11141 had grown. And I had a second notch. It was high Whether it's a vision of what one can and training school. Couple hr a sunhat Mt1oftets /
__ I I the other day that a Soviet fifth column com- up on the door. That was my ideal, my hope. . andI ought to become or a vision of some great task I :I your am men sure up to a our refresher course ra11

.%r. f"ot'OU'- posed mostly of Germans working "night and strained every nerve that I might realize that that he ought to accomplish, it is Important that wouldn't hurt them I the ysasia sad sig.eossaU .

day" to create chaos in Germany.At second notch. I never did. But confidentially I still he lay hold of that dream and never let go of ill| 1"'. CLAYTON MAXWELL JR. The imWrs..k
11 imrw I a.1 .*. tease thincs. neither. an off-the-record meeting frequently inter- have that second notch. When I love it, I'm done I Adm. Peary said of the North Pole, "For more | I

tM taWip ei .a M.Tunri 4J.1I.: rupted by roll calls that kept the members trekking One day I encountered Jesus. Ive never got- than a score of years that point on the earth Courage of fH--C. "the cassnsr d Pt'rACRomer tsMA

e e back and forth between the floor ten over that experience. He became my second surface had been the object of my every effort | In Cooper's Candidacy

ill Mel ... M n.4 and the committee room Marshall, notch in the door. Tall regal, majestic. .kind, To attain it, my whole being, physical, mental and Seen The Sunday SentinelStarI Rei'waa ,..."
. Editor
in effect declared: gentle, tender. .strong, firm, courageous had been dedicated"
a i Iy.e a.aw. w ua sat tf like moral have read with great interest tNf he .raJFdnor.
is to I want to be SHtI
,. "The Russian game keep thoughtful studious hopeful. When Madam Schumann Heink said to a 12'earold of Dick Coop- But
.... eta t1ig.4 taaaseata. Ie bury their dead. Germany in chaos, realizing that him. I have fallen far short of the second notch ) boy, "You have the voice of an angel,'' the ers announcement candidacy for the office of 11 r awssl.'

-OW. Meredith.S $ desperate broken hungry people but I'm a better man for the stretching and striving she set a vision before the lad that haunted him Governor. avant he ....P

are easy prey for Communism and until he became Richard Crooks, famous tenor. There aren't many of us who though still! am '**>
: will turn to Russia for aid" His high character great standard and perfect became his notch in the kitchen haven't often thought that we you tar aqw *

W"'H in Tall hassce When? t He emphasized that European pattern have kept me on tip toe, reaching, growing The door.angel I dare voice you to start measuring your life again could do a better Job at hapublic batag. ret MM.......L"I I a'r.

..... flhliCNII1A BREW .f Florida politics recovery is. impossible without hoping. Robert Browning whispered in my by the standard of the self you ought to be. the duties of the -- -- -
stepped-up German production, sat together in the Amen Corner "Thata -- -- --
ear as we
himself he
over re-
of Until a man wins a
... to teat beN a' the gathering I 1 i .: and assured the Congressmen that man's reach should exceed his grasp or what'sa mains a civil war\ within. A baccalaureate speaker ( WASHINGTON TREADMILL

.vale[[ .ltllre ...Mis. her last week. I i this was the unanimous opinion heaven for. In the moments when I became said to a class at Harvard a long time ago "In''

jM yltre. tad pauibU office seek- I Pearson&;: 'of the "best. minds available." self-satisfied, I feel those strange eyes upon me 1776 and 1812 you conquered your fathers.In 1861-

Germany was the hub of Euro- and hear that voice saying, "Don't be satisfied brothers. Men of Harvard Florida Delegation Expects
... .. ..... 1. renew and to woo the 65 you triumphed over your
.r. ear of pean economy before the war. Marshall pointed ;: with mediocrity, don't acquiesce in good enough; your next victory must be over yourselves.:' I .
oar 'd .... .*[faun from all parts out, and could not be blanked out suddenly with- :I come on, higher, a little higher, keep on. grow Amen! !

.rlou.1 out upsetting the whole European structure."If 'I grow grow." In boyhood days I had a companionwho say In Nathaniel Hawthorn's\ Journal there Is an Brief Stay as Minority Party

:M there was no Germany becomes a cancer.. he warned was the strongest boy in town. He could throw entry which reads. Suggestion for a story. . a-
Many were Introduced the thing will spread. I a ball farther. Jump higher run faster, hit harder where the main character never comes in" I, HANK A KiHM "T
story .
and 1
MIi1PM a w pleasantries and sat I 'The Secretary implied that Germany can be jell louder, talk faster, dive deeper than any kid He never wrote that story but its being writtenby WASHINGTON-Florida Senator) ..
made self-sufficient without again threateningworld I in their first session' "* mrmMr. UiIe.4
9llaas a lot of us, for there are lots of people in whom completing .
but indicated that the problem have convinced tht.... '_ tqt i i.
of the peace the self they minority party fairly
J t ..... ........ esident the real character the main one
fctf i ct! Fuller Warren as to convince France of this. He declared frankly could become never puts in an appearance. Thats won't stay that way very Ion*.
? I 1 Mt that in Europe hinged the ... 1
economic recovery upon -L tragedy. The delegation's political morale l was mtm T '

French attitude toward Germany, inasmuch as Ad Rf Nor 9YoJ : Search around In the lives of such folk and last November,d after the 'Republicans ..

France fears any program that might developGermany's SO CslOD you won't discover any notches in their kitchen swept into power A string of writ kausra eM ash. w.-.d iw- 4ulcga.RaM

11 .... ..**t .. ... idler In the fu- war potential. This worry is aggra- flRE doors. fortuitous events highly favorableto

_.... .fa .. TallatM. *... He'll be vated by Communist propaganda he said. There won't be any great ideals on the door the Democrats began almost I M.......** stet I Itt.
Gen. Marshall' insisted that it is to .... and has continued to J fjmn
However ..
z::. up ..."'- posts of their minds. 'There won't be any great immediately .. t4tis ... AdireW
I nations "which have to live with trouble for the majority aJST
I the European characters walking through the vistas of their' pile up ...>.- B
ViMB. ) !stifle t4et .f campaign pro a- Germany," to decide whether they can get along 11 party and to accumulate propor- a ........ ..ea.aMMaa rlb

,...4. urge a .MV* ... mveh for Sen. wal- I economically without her .or whether they would souls.In life we are able to measure up to our best tionate advantages with the to the minor- I nerd ., ......, i.ewh agar
It temporarycurbing
att'. '.''r .. .k* -p tHMMwered. rather risk restoring healthy German production \ selves and to the highest standards by surrendering ity. began of John L. Lewis last December ate Appae.L$1 teRlI .....

#...'. turn came he said: under Allied occupation and control. He stressed ourselves to the great ideas and ideals of life The continued rise of cone Pr.- ., ........i1r oBunten .
time in that Europe must work out its own economic sal- of.Him whomwe solve the housingproblem ...... tw __
:r=waled to e. me. Mm by being residences for the character! prices failure to .
.* .hi al TaUafcatiee. I'll be vation and adopt a program that. will not collapse would imitate Really life is made -for self- \ and unprecedentel prosperity - ..... shads tar Me Wteeat
*. after American aid is discontinued. '. "mother to I -all have combined to put I toe ..ve 1M ... .. i
surrender Toscamni to Beethoven .
U all of
U4 .. ou.
t.4 fa tee > flr
Pres. LoAc' retie- tar--
"There is no magic formula, the Secretary around He was my standard. I couldn't be satis- babe, lover to loved friend to friend, scientist to the Republicans in the hole I
!*I hft battle doubt that Fuller Truman's veto record isn't too wipe use a L.al. dM..*."
of State added gravely. fied with\ anything less than his best. research social servant to his cause, saint to mas- i
to ., ..*. will .mk tJ%* race for Governor. I good but time cures those sorts of I II appwuat a suaawrtn.td
In the spiritual realm I have found one who ter. Power is not primarily a matter of self- liabilities the Florida AA rased r tlr
been political
< *_. ...+ fen Rae, there have
< Pint-sized gallon-voiced Sen. Chan Gurney. docs to my aspiration of soul what that boy did generation but of appropriation. I' men declare. ).die.Atp !gulls were' ... 1
-.. ..* tat aw ", "'mati >n. to ambitions. If little boy filled with stood looking at I besaie ...... tars tMr :&
South Dakota came out second best in an argu- my physical I ever lose that high A ego. Most Democrats have one big .. :
*** (Hit .,...... t* about as close to ment with Sen. Bridges, New Hampshire-both Re- standard I'll end up on the dump heap. the portrait of his grandfather who\ had been dread. They fear that the unpredictable lIH. wagged tan. -= I

atFi...arti M. rumors as the OrlandoanA2 I publicans-inside a Senate Appropriations sub- God pity the poor fellow who becomes satisfied President of the United States He said to his little Henry Wallace may lead swags waitw is eMi. I

y. .ells committee.The I with low goals. Low aims, not failure make sister, 'I think I can fill his shoes alright" The : a third party in*1948. They say Cory aM 1M cMagsuMof ".I:
I I but all concede 0artae a IA.AMt..aDwnet : i
.rr.w.D.ted subcommittee was putting the finishing I up sin. little female philosopher punctured him with the : nothing publicly

touches the A man's Ideal may be beyond his ability to "Grandfather didn't become President using that defeat would be inevitable. Jtss1N
on $5,016,618,000 military spending bill answer
Atm To Help Itself I I Sen. Pepper's name has been bandied This ........ tsar
when Bridges chairman of the full committee, attain and yet he must continue to strive for it or that end.
third ..
I about in yarns about a mare w . M .aP b
ANU HISTORIC DeLand opened the door. 'There big as life at the Ap- he begins to die. It is tragic when we get our eyes Stand by the notch of the highest you know 1 party but few believe them. He atc bas ...... alas :.:.:

< MH In 4. something about imenrtce propriations Committee table, sat MaJ. Gen. George { off the high standards and set our lives by the and don't ever quit reaching for that. Everybodyin I has identified himself with the II.... R psAOaasrF

,.,.-- .s .. enriig and well being. J. Richards the War Department's budget officer habits and customs of those about us. How many the Amen Corner stand up now and let us join Wallace policies but not with any ,.. wM/a ",. *ew

.ilia t 1MWd. some ideas other Bridges took one look at Richards and demanded times you hear it. . "I'm as good as you are. .as in singing the closing hymn: third party movement. tags far rtaUe. I- i ifaft
: good that old . captive Lord I' The delegation this session can- ta'.. here
of Gurney: as sinner. my conduct measures Make me a '
r- ........ t1His would do well to "What's this man doing here? This is a closed- j up to that hypocrite." So what? Get your eyes And then I shall be free; not point to many spectacular TawreaM 0 ,

door meeting and no one is supposed to be here I fixed on the great ones and strive toward the high Force me to render up my sword I achievements in the way of corralling 8HIIet JtaMrWDe ,
art a parkway beautification standards be." more appropriations for .rts..e .., J.....
except committee members and the clerk. set by them: A jeweler was pleased to And I shall conqueror .
their own bailiwicks With both A........... .. t1. e.
t. tfrth and South city en- AMEN!II
s4' I "Oh-it's all right. replied the South Dakotan."I see a man out n front of his shop every day. I
parties pledged to economy in fd0 Mssaa. tar MnsarAdtuaM
tMtR1a. a. aifclHafmm for Stetson and took it up with the subcommittee members before Government expense, and differing -

.. 11 shied recreational facilities: aa ,l you got here. We have decided to let .the I CRACKER. POLITICS only in degree, there was little .. .. r .....
40'. *l street and building General sit in to help us." room for grabbing Federal funds smoked eve h 11a rata -

AU' and a modernization of city "What! roared Bridges. "Do you mean to say sea. aarribed : v.l
loss .(
The State suffered the
that Gen. Richards is helping to draft legislation for fa... ... _
Plans ? deactivation of important .
before this committee? This is one of the most What Are Whitebaits : Jn1e=hse 1r It tan
bus Army and Nary' installations,
1001.e.. ....U.,..... are new about R raaMeals etwre' trPepee
absurd things I've ever heard of.
but the whole, maintained a
k..etiael ._Ui... adequate parking .
*. "Bu ws.Ma1 w Sae.law
-but we've agreedsputtered Gurney. much .t :
level of military activity :
ddra4MS advertising ALLEN with the rather interesting I .n.-, t1M11Nstiduai .
** *. < aa proP -I don t care what youTe agreed to.- thundered I By MORRIS Whitehair concludes higher than the averace.
Bridges. "I'm chairman of this committee and I'' TALLAHASSEE Suspicious politicoes have side ccmment that most of the men regarded todayas I ht 11e. M1a
!tike tied tttfUedj t been: asking: "What's Francis Whitehair up to?" considering next Spring's Gubernatorial race { The fight staged by Cong. lIen- pertor harts - :s i
art a permanentammmee. say he must leave. I m not objecting to (}en. Richard :I Here's his dricks and Peterson to save the St. of A...... a Ib
+sa.ty/ a fight against ordi- > personally but I won't have a representative j i answer. "were identified with Sen. Holland" j Petersburg maritime training .hmesli.. ...... tM .
.... .+t1 tp.e4al I Interests and a drive of the War Department, or any other department. i First how ever, let's report the puzzled inquiries "I do not have a favorite son but when the i school perhaps was the most spectacular wwId char 1ae .
in here draft !I have resulted from the speeches outside his hometown appropriate time arrives and if I am not a candi- | .
to M
.-$ total pursuits.a4 helping legislation affecting his but some other important .feed aL taw aamrrll.
is department. of DeLand that lately have been made by date, I Intend to become actively identified, as I salvage operations were performed. - ... ... rlasw also
a4 .*. .f the most Important 'Whitehair, runnerup to Spessard L. Holland in with the campaign of the candidate deal .
"X think you realize that it would be a terrible always heretofore I Notable was Cong Slkes1 &eM Uw ireubM t. ra.' .
.*afiu*t IK ree Htnif e Stetson University reflection on the committee if this got out." Bridges t the Gubernatorial campaign of 1940. whom I consider to be the best qualified." '' with the Navy Department which Wailers .......-a datslit rnsaaor

>. ale sly'e f.eate.t single asset and a added glaring at Gurney. Such activity as out-of-town speechmaking In What's Francis Whitehair up to? Here's an- acquired old Fort Barrancas involving to tM Mlir Aalrar -

............ .1 eitar-wtde cooperation' in any "You're absolutely right agreed Sen. Ferguson. toe; year before any general election usually maybe other answer: j|I a tract of land of foursquare pmW1We' r ears

".' odlilba> HN benefit Stetson.cooperation Michigan another Republican.By _... interpreted correctly as indieating He has tackled the task of persuading judges L miles where some interesting C. Masbtor I fI .!
aerial booed ArltS alpsstals
developments Lead
< are .
; '* the man stirring about be less 'ordy-to brake in some measure the
the to
P1hia. aid are steps this time Richards had his papers- in hand 'vf '*1 r promised. Cong Rogers of Ft. Lau- .......: sMai 1 arS
rttwthI and edging for the either is a candidate for some public avalanche of published opinions which threatensto
a4 was door.
f derdale achieved his original goalin 'Jfr..eisw t.1M's Mlet. as
DtLand haven't "Perhaps I'd better withdraw '., office or could be persuaded: to total two million in the 50 years beginning with :c
problems gentlemen. he getting the GIs cash for their Ie Met /1..Me lYe. /ar _
eel fc* er own larger city. I said meekly and was\ gone quicker than 6 buck :. .' become a candidate 1940 as contrasted to l'/i million in the preceding terminal leave. 01 tk.r ....... w IIiM .
civic private jumping to attention. .. [Or. as candid Dewey Dye of'i' period Sen. Holland in his first session rua far asp IMs* .... ....
......4* w*.M de veil .. keep its
'1'1" Bradenton once said when asked When Whitehair came home from three years measured up to advance forecasts. They r set w w II
ef .. lk. V.4..i. ttelfkber's efforts. Seldom has a Senator taken defeat so hard as if he was running >for' Governor: with the Navy in the Pacific he undertook the He readily alligned himself with W air sawieslM

*M..ft we evuld learn how to solve our GOP Freshman Sen. Kern Missouri over his de- .' ," "I'm a candidate to be a candi assembling of a law library adequate for practice the Southern conservative leadership a1raU ... .... ..

-Is .,....fft. mand that the Kansas City vote frauds be invest-1 date."] in a community of 8000. following colleagues like it4essdr nil ......
I ; In Whitehair's instance this Senators Barkley of Kentucky and ... ...... ..
gated. Kem was especially wrathy at fellow Republican He found a workable library contained 3.200 of
r. George Georgia Sen. Holland thaas airy
M..Hue" Tvmell a Typical American Sen. Langer. North Dakota and duringone I stirring about has been all the volumes requiring 530 linear feet of shelving | obviously is beginning to hammerout ..... .. ...r I/aRd
: more piquant because Fuller Warren -
LTTTLG: OLD lady who died in43ntfttws.E. I II Senate debate practically disowned him as aL : enough books to encircle the largest building In a legislative reputation not He rssar rest a la.w w trthe
I i,L member of the Grand Old Party because Langer I ", win be in the campaign next DeLand with some left over. nearly as conservative as Virgin lila pr-... *e Mispw
...... lived a full life and 1" cast his vote in the Judiciary Committee against .jf Spring for Governor. ia's Sen. Byrd. Sen. Pepper reveal _. of ...... than rMN
...... fee ambmon of every American the Kansas City probe. ...'''; Warren is regarded by competent Whitehair began to explore the question of ed no arresting changes in his M "

........... Deep-voiced Sen. Johnston. South Carolina I analysts as having done more the necessity of so many opinions and recently delivered -

tatse W .me President. Democrat started the debate by thundering: "I Whilehalr than any other person to slug a treatise before the fifth Judicial confer- THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSONSoomon1s
1 Whitehair into suape for Holland's knockout punch ence of Federal district and appellate judges ta
Ns MI lived through some hectic believe there are in the Judiciary Committee amajority
of 1 j seven years ago. Warren finished third then witha New Orleans. As a result the senior judge of the
Republicans. Is that not true?
.. flMftean
ea scene
.ara strong last-month drive which sapped Whitehair's Federal Circuit Court of Appeals appointed a six-
"There at least six { /
the terrible Civil War are Republicans who votecustomarily Life Shows Fault
.. ttiMaeued as with early strength. State committee to further investigate this mat-i i

'. .tr. pt*. aid tn saw her country take "So the Senator the is not party retorted Kern. With that background here's the answers to ter, with Whitehair as the chairman. i i
claiming of
JO .' .|!bees thers, two of them World publicans on the committee." boomed one Johnston.the Re- I the current questions from the man best in position Whitehair found there was greater unanimityof Of One Abandoning WWly / ..

w_. "Why does the Senator say six when there are to reply-Francis P. Whitehair: opinion among judges and lawyers on the neces- .

tiffs .s.t ..,..... tae ac.oy of hating seven Republicans on that committee?" I i i "Please do not urge me to make a decision now sity of reducing the volume of published opinions WILLIAM I. GitaOv 0

atadl,. lialc. lth. walcaed *ne of her sons "Well there may be seven." hedged 'on whether I will be a candidate for Governor In that the most courageous and optimistic prog- I Scriptures: Proverbs 1:1-2: 3: It-It; 9 ..to. 3-- t '.

1M .ladder .. politics to the very There are at least six. 1948. This time if there be a 'this time.; I intendto nosticator would have predicted could ever exist. It is one thing to praise and com mewl .IMarai. ...
::1' Kem.I' proceed with caution and will decide in the "And yet despite this brotherly adhesion-that
i/ New Mexico's Carl Hatch also a I quite another thing to practice it, And. UM alined esrgt014.

tt all .he remained just a little quired bitingly: affirmative' only if I have reasonable assurancesof something must be done about it-little progress I !thing that can happen is to aa*... wwkna .... v.sw .....
j jI success. has been made by any of the Federal and State
"Am I to understand from the questions andanswers .
So found it.
small American town. '
.4 i a "The speeches I have been making duringthe courts and legislative branches of government,
-.... pft4. o' America feel to heri.a I and able that Senator it % the from opinion Missouri of the that distinguished when one I last several months were not prompted byany ward\ a permanent and lasting solution" he to-I' the This history Is forcefully of King Illustrated Solomon In I a 81M.r z MM Mar rra14

wfttert called her Mother desire to test public opinion. clared.In If he r at>ti1 la
member of his
party happens to deviate from the putedly the author of the
also party line and vote an independent vote based I!1 "On the contrary they were made in responseto this industrial age of mass production, continued ; of Proverbs, and repuetedly "fe-I a.gea cued M d.ti.teat sea r w +

+.. >.... a tuX life and now she Is upon his honest convictions such a man is no invitations which neither my friends nor I in the DeLand attorney the Judicial opinion- wisest man who ever lived" lag Ardttas aMassie

......... longer to be considered a member of the Republican -I any way engineered Moreover the subject matterin factory is not to be outdone. I At least two great and ... M Ar Y 11tPN1Mdaf

party?" all of them was foreign to and had no direct "Five-to-four, two-to-one, and four-to-three decisions incidents are recorded of 8et.- I' was _ _ _

"I do not know what I said that could possibly I! bearing upon the governmental affairs of our with a liberal assortment of dissenting mon and if all his life and atlas .

..... Sh' to Switzerland give the distinguished Senator from New Mexico'' State. opinions to give solace to the aggrieved; opinionsof had been in accordance with UwM Iaat..A 1eM aa y r
he would
''! NCWfcST' CROP ramieready such an Impression." fumbled Kem. stated that I The leonine DeLand attorney then went on to no value except perhaps to the litigants and I the fullest surely of his have reputation deurved far ..it gnaw -/sea
discuss the speculation that he might make a their attorneys; cumulative opinions and. : eluh
.. has feitM a market in on the Senate Committee on the Judiciary there wisdom.
1 fact-I .f. A.uW .
grudge race against Warren. finding opinions are a few of the models
.. were at least six good Republicans. The one incident was the .*.&.. : r
sdMrRs the five-times-touRher- "The implication is plain." retorted Hatch. | "It would not be becoming and in fact it off the judicial assembly! line in large volume. recorded In.I Kings 3:9-IX. 10 Attwe a sw.i .ill seiwten.br rlrMa
ef I
his eyeltiadd Anger, who had been grinning good-naturedly would be most distasteful to 'skin-up' Fuller War- The American Bar Assn. found but 10 percent which asked to choose whatever I gusset leg eaala tar

...._.gllyts Abe. reeeatly left Canal Point througn the discussion could not sit still any : ren in the 1948 campaign. Whatever my status of the published opinions covered new de- he desired from the Lord. 1MI I

a longer. ; then may be, I could never bring myself to engagein velopments.With I spoke in deep humility and asked shMr tgh-aa.NMraw

4' ,? represented, the cuttings "For the record." he interrupted. "I wish to or employ tactics which I consider offcolor."I law reports presenting an impossible bur- above all things for an trsdre-. .eawd IM

.. .I fee 3100 acres under culti- I state that the Republicans; of North Dakota carried surmise an article based upon an assumed den to the lawyer who\ runs a modest office and, standing judgment heart and to rule exercise .d ,,mil, of =.U1irr, ta{

.0 ti. 14e.. areas. I the State for Mr.Willkie in 1940. and they vandetta between Warren and Whitehair would be presumably a cost which must be passed on to his pupkwell. d tar anteasa .+..e
most readily digested by the public especially if the clients of all lawyers],. Whitehair said the his .aa .Ynaaaa4 s
""-W... Uft.lle ecenemle postibili- carried it for Dewey at the last national election. I But the other aUUndlng Incident Thus l
They good Republicans"As the possibilities of open hostilities in 1948 were "struggling lawyer is asking, with acerbity how oy lttsiA 1
... sad ...w became *ae of Florida'sdepends I are I was his prayer at the -senora. cart tMltrr
prophesied. will the.opinion continue to
long factory produce
the waning minutes of the 80th Congress dedication of the Tempi he
i -sill C eS+ ".... dew ticked away. Senators scrambled more vigorouslyfor ""However I cannot encourage such a prognostication more and more unnecessary tools for his legal eo/EedIn I King .. and an*.* r

'e Is..peeat on a new i the floor to give their pet legislation a last from my corner." workshop?" the noblest and most waaUlai rila teal. W t

,. _..... tie wMeh U "working out I desperate plug. Such a struggle developed between things in the entire UlrraUr ..I* *

I of relic n. e.ww ..oast. Air
a.' dapper Tydings Maryland Democrat who had a ar
.. .... '..afn **# and the mucklands I last word to_say about the Senate's election probe 1 ARE YOU KEEPING UP WITH GALLICO? Perhaps like some addrnIoM .| I ea ,,.raw w
other kings and rulers, ttM weld tV
p_ ttytsel are Weal for its in his State and gruff Joe McCarthy Wisconsin M IMr
ten for him by .
some relg4att eg1a
J Republican,. -who wanted_ to_urge veterans legisla 1 Turn To Page 31 Today . 1 leader of saintly spirit a Mlphotic 1a..

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UofF Still Rotary Meeting

AMfAsinQ Listed i ,II I Opens Today : Lead Nation

Lii.. :f. j WASHINGTON [AP] How Florida ;1 Fall I At Vero Beach 1 f, > I,u OOtMaN fir t ."" r

CiUSest members of Congress were :
'\ VERO BEACH (IAP) President 1 10 NeNIIstfOases
.rdi recorded as voting on recent roll GAINESVILLE [AP] Student '' .
I a earl u
a and secretaries of District 167B. etermetet
calls: to the of Florida in d (t
i sion University ta rrlttDeart. 1 w
..... ... : International, which Includes
Ita .. .... Senate. accepted, university officials : .. OIl Mer1+I11M0ttotae
-. .. ing Central Florida cities Cocoa ,
retll r. I .......
.. Oh motion by Senator Taft has +iertdr,
-.Ia1 .. a. .... y...i -tit.sa The deadline for acceptance Daytona Beach. DeLand. New ..
.. ..... i. ,. i i Ohio to recommit to the by the registrar's office. I 'l Smyrna Beach Sanford. and. TV tar.-n w-recent- lav

"< a .. rer banking and currency committeea Women students are being ac-< I [! tusville, will convene here today, Georalaa iliijMiicart. at. .. N
bill to provide Government as- cepted on the same basis as men, 1 I ; tomorrow and Tuesday for a schoolof Ta ... rlnt .
ro at .. ,!stance to wheel-chair veterans in with the proviso that women must instruction in the duties of can.
.1wwe purchasing home; approved 40-37 secure off-campus housing approved I their offices. i Honda aW} eeeted
w Met Holland yes; Pepper no. and listed by the UniversIty The session is one of three similar price far Ma .._tarn tdtlfH
aw:y rM.a On motion of Sen. Morse IR- Housing OfficeCompletion I, i I meetings in Florida this year, set'tioMqwe&j' -...-
.a. .fir sir.te Ore.) that Senate postpone consideration I of additional hous- I i ;I the others having been held in melon weft *arureoapetmaa IoM
: of National Science ing and classroom facilities, daily I Funds Winter Haven and Panama City. m the ....
hoe ta. +,+ lr..d r.x011 Foundation Bill until Jan. 8, 1948; arrival of new equipment and additions .I I Other chief included in this district were boat dnrtaa tha ...
ED LARSON rejected. 38-46. to the instructional staffs i are Belle Glade Boynton May wha U 0 .. I
". ....- ..vwa4tl .. . calls meeting. Pepper, yes; Holland, no. I I of all colleges make it possible to BELLE I Beach. Coral Gables Dania Fort balls in M-f not cars
..... ........ On resolution which would have guarantee all qualified Florida glades Lauderdale, Ft. Pierce. Hollywood $ M 1 0''b. far U
... >rsw.....a t1ttM Oyst.noltt rejected President's reorganization I students enrollment at the Umtversity I Homestead. Key West. Lake $M8.OON at-a M tplMlals
r... ..... .... LAeti plan to consolidate all national for the 1947-48 Fall terms I I I be emergency used Worth Melbourne. Miami Miami $708. 24-....*.. tries l
. .. . .. Cab InsuranceWarning housing agencies, defeated, officials said.Registration. ..
-- I II Federal B e a c h. Okeechobee Pahokee. aTlKCV *M a A.
.. .... 38-47 [which means plan adopted I .. ... __
I for the FaD ses- conditions Pompano Stuart, and West Palm rlino .HI wen
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I Holland and Pepper, no. sum is scheduled for Sept. 15-20, I I The I : 'Beach. I II 23 when Oiiiawi ....
On passage of War Dept. Civil with classes slated to meet Monday to I James I. Keller Jr.. of Miami. petaRd .%...ao ..o.
Given Functions Bill carrying flood con- ; morning; Sept. 22.I Beach I district governor, will be the top I )ZMM7a.In .
.eta trol and rivers and harbors funds : I Rotary International officer In bis Itvtatarti of Mat
for fiscal year which began July 1, I Meanwhile the housing picture pacity as i charge: At least 10 speakers from R. Mayaard P.t.nagt
TAJ.LAHA86EE (API Taxicab passed 185.Holland. at the university is far brighter I outside the district will partici- and aa.rhrtlut!
I' this Fall than it has been since 'i I
under State Railroad U8DA slid Plwsda
pmuxn and Pepper, yes. Amy pate in the program.
OHMBiwton. )jurisdiction who were House. the influx of GI students. i access to i I mated. at _.- atria
IshAaAUd b 1010.Ot1te tlttt111d hy the Keystone Mutual 1. On passage of bill which would I Some 3.000 single men students ing the I Forester Certificates I heavieat on twerd MINA
I 4.d / a sN Casualty Co. have until July make it unlawful to require any- : will be housed this Fall in on- the board I acre vlwM r 11th
Nis eaw.ew tig0 M to ...... new coverage or cease one to pay poll taxes to vote in i campus dormitory units another if : Given 185 FFA Members' prfvtouThe. ...-
.... 1.&be Mency said yes- elections involving Federal offi- 1000 can be accommodated by are ytoM ar art q1
houses, with the Ala- ; TALLAHASSEE f API Junior or
cials fraternity than .tact inu
'"*Y.Maa : : passed 290-112. t Birtna
1'chua Air Base dorm unit and off- All senior forester certificates were
1M 3pMe
Mtiinatod to
y cab companies which heldpanties : All. no. on
wide I members of the
KMNWtllp i rooms available for several open presented to 185
with the Pennsylvania i On amendment by Rep. Brown campus greater
d S M! tsw. which went out of business [R-Ohiol to appropriate $1 million i' thousand more volume of I Future Farmers of America attending The qualtiT of the
Oil SaI tr11rr.w .. Jwae. have continued operator instead of $500.000 to finance 1 Married students with childrenwill out of the"inadequate"I' Camp O'Leno here the better than last. _
I I II i ued I Service reported
/ rM wider M-day binders the study of the executive departmentby also have a better chance to rain I State Forest yesterday out moat of Plnrtda ttM ML

Vrs e.-_........ said but no insurancerf.pany special commission; defeated, I!I go to school this Fall. with 472 ,, at flood Shipping t..... prow .
Subjects studied by the young- .
baa indicated it pall 147-234 I family units available in the three erally at........ wail
arrr AtiIM ...0afwr July 30. i Peterson, Price and Rogers FlaVet villages, and expanding Medical sters at the annual forestry camp when the aarwt --
.aarnri a lIM I Sikes and Hendricks, accommodations at the air base included tree identification tropical =
> of yes; no; I' I.rida's au.'Ie <
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Olt.at rat. raapanies percentage were insured by Smathers, not voting. trailer villages and apartments. i forestry timber management, t arm wa Mild .. /b :
logging nursery practice gum
KrwtaneState' Although the off-campus GeorciaTexat bad ..... '
TAMPA farming and milling. :-1::
Treasurer Ed Larson, Heavy Cattle Shipping housing survey for women has citizenry I 71,101. F1w...
not yet been completed, officials I' acre: va ta* sn/0Ma jl
Unrr ho ako, railed U insurance a meeting commis-of Cas- Continues in Florida said they hope to find residence located to have Palatka Judge Named pared with UiI for <
twos- :
.wi tulljr Insurance Companies for 1 ARCADIA CAP Indications accommodations for all Florida day by the ) To Head State Group IfrO for Tease .Vtrna rMgracre. _
highest rMW-1te
: that Florida continues to be one women who seek admission this
AMI. 0 here "to attempt to per- ical Cenfer ST. PETERSBURG lAP Judge .
'of FaIL ,
frrt a plan for splitting up taxIrak the heaviest cattle shipping art L. '
Tfc Causey S. Green Palatka was yes- Florida prndwuaa tar Mil
OpposeJump Insurance and getting it States in the country were seen '
I yesterday in the movement All students, faculty. and em- the terday elected president of the was figured' at IZMtjM* ifi
s atMtrrwriltrn" I through ployes of the university will receive Commerce { 'Florida County Judges' Assn. as The indicated m udin 1MB mt
The Railroad Commission has 1 this cattle center cattlemen saId. tuberculosis X-ray examination 'ident said.Members it wound up its two day convention Georgia la 1....... ....r flif
M 1MM+wnM.rl.e.r .newer iu jurisdiction 27000 cabs D. L. Crum of Plant City shipped when the Fall term opens :'t !I | for Texas 11.S4. OM
d.ttglrr ..raUng beyond city limits. Cities i, 25 carloads of steers to California was announced by Dean Dennis K. ,. the Tampa I here.Other officers elected were: \
tM 4lhttarlrngal- rtitttrol cabs operating strictly Smaller shipments went Stapley of the College of Physical Legislature Judge James C. Owynn Tallahassee Citrus fiurecw If. .rtl
: to Houston Texas, Kansas City ,
within their boundaries. However, Education. Health and Athletics. business : : I vice.presIdent. and Judge
tr ttIt1aepIr Many municipalities also; will; not : and New Jersey. Students will receive the examination The : Boyd H. Anderson. Ft. Lauderdale. 24,223 Boxes SIttItMJ
permit cabs to operate without in- as apart of their Fall regis- 'discussed re-elected secretary-treasurer. I I ..-- "
MrafMw and ha\e asked the State East Coast Souvenir tration. There will be no cost to at the i week's citrus ..,....... red I
for help as they too. are facing atail the individuals examined. ite action : Labor Camp Tour Set by the state Mltp ellelttotaled &
Maps To Be Distributed
S A+eeN tteMral I '
shutdown the commission
I ville and MIAMI lAP Sir William Murphy 24.223 ...... _
r ,ttrrrre I 5 > ,III i to The Sunday Sentinel' '.Star} i Daytona Playground are governor of the Bahamas. is ; boxes the prurtom west
Jill r R... V.Of I '
Responsibility to the public NEW SMYRNA .
BEACH-Robert due to arrive tomorrow with Mrs. Last week's ..
Ohip lUll'"!
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rsc -'airiest cMrMs aatkes H necessary' that no cabs 'i;, Miles field executive for the East Favored by Board 'Work I I' Murphy aboard a special clipper to I 016 boxes of Orapehwt sees $0.
without proper insurance cover- Coast Highways Assn.. said last , begin a tour of labor camps housing of orange'
.. d ....ru.lark Soeciol( to The Surd: ST' & 5 l -i'1
.. ..* be permitted to operate be- night that souvenir maps featur- DAYTONA BEACH-CIty Plan- To Be : Bahamian farm workers in'I The ......'* total r a* afpa aV
Yond their respective cities and ing the Florida East Coast will be meeting Friday I I Florida Georgia, North Carolina I mate)? 41.SM.WO bow rt twit ff )
Board at : '
the Immediate adjacent suburban I distributed before the Fall tourist ning 'S'--':JI I to ) I I and Virginia. all kinds.
e'M Total territory:' the commission saId. ,season begins. night prepared a recommendationto ;i' \
be presented to the City Commission -
/ Miles said he expected the asking that the city erecta Maloney,
i tit C M Gay reported yesterday. souvenirs will overcome adverse playground at the southeast cor- James 4ermwei
.4t0 .p A total SI The figure* compared with May publicity which\ the East Coast received ner of Marion and Live Oak sts. work on j I ;
,,. ?.' ..-.- a sake. of 47.879,554 gallons at $3.- last Winter when the highways The area desired is 350 by 120 old Naval I
ft 1:1 '. Us. Ml 560.79. The decline was attri- were torn up because of road feet and has been used for som: completed I
...... ..,. .. . Our loans be
s nt f-o.p. buted to a drop in tourist travel. repairs. time by children as a playground building I may i
-- - but the space is not fenced nor are f insured to. pay the i

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=-- reported that the owner desiresto Action of death of borrower.
sell for a reported price of $7.- following I
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rpular. aging and lantern-jawed Larry Chubb is hep- Cover Up But Why Not Win Features

.......if> wer a four-star experiment he's cooking up for Gives Lt: t

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Chubb-I used to watch the guy throw that tre14.qg Orlando, Florida, July 27, 1947 <3lr Simfcuj rntHtrI-&tar Page */ t j 6-4 D8ti.iln ;

drop of his back in knee-pants days-is going to SecondIn
-. Mtfcet lame come Wednesday Gold Cup Victor i[ i rrrrttm *,.tt* *,
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Hi. aupperUivs cut will be his Winter Park American Legion I .
Tie the D.-.." aa It MMftrOakfc
.*l* "' ... Th opposition will be Zellwood. The gamell be the Three in Rollins Netter ..... ..*t*.*.* ,

: MM*** If ft Uke-Orange League doubleheader between Winter Park Sets New Mark Arlington *aa Club 00ni_ .

..| .***.od at Harper-Shepherd Field.' Wightman i__ ... Yi45..L1

AiMtiu to In* zest the game offers Is the fact It will present aWWmgj ......-
For Lead InColumbus W l>*Jai.l||
M *t taVM* rare father-son battery combinations while Larry's :

I....a*. *eaaaent-.plced old arm is creaking and groaning on the i At i Cup SquadNEW Track ClassicCHICAGO I ::L l... ..

MM*. ttpmH be "Chubby" Chubb )his No. 2 son. in harness back 1 Inglewood ... ..1 apliniso ... ....

.f Ma. ,w U.A YORK [tAPJ Ten leading ...... .. ... t ",.
Open i women tennis players hi the United Why ftot the .niuim so ". IwpvI ....
TAP] But '
mmtm .. Larry Is kidded about his baseball ace-this Is his XNGLEWOOD tAPJ] Cover Up | States were named yesterdayto .., >..... -
Mr4 MAMA. and his free use of Mike Martin's Linament. let no won the $100,000 Hollywood Gold won the $93.800 Arlington CUM .
the Wightman Cup Squad from 2'7'- ..werth. _
.*. less vwi that he to a soft touch yet. He shut out Winter Gaz.r Cup yesterday with Burning COLUMBUS Ohio TAP The which a team will be selected to before a sweltering crowd of

... .4Ms4* weeks back with a five-hitter. And Jim Mobley. Dream second and Honeymoonthird. talent crept up on the unknownsat defend the International trophy,I yesterday. defeating the 4-5 favorite hili ...... -

..*.*." .f the Gardeners later remarked it was the best pitched 1 the halfway mark In the $10.000 against England's best feminine Fervert by three-quartr of .... UIs Sts ...

|Ham .It.'* ..*a ail sheen In the pert semi-pro circuit. The time for the mile and one Columbus Open yesterday. but a stars at Forest Hills Aug. 16 and a length. -- ... ..... he
the Kim
..iw'es' art that the lean Winter Park postman will pitch him- quarter race was 2 minutes flat 'I couple of the dark-horses were 17. The winner owned Jockey by Warren wane..- ... ...

.... ,&IM for his Legion nine Wednesday. The game ought to a new track record. Cover Up is still in there firing for the. $2,000 Julian S. Myrick chairman of'' Ranch Mehrtens and ridden went by to the pest at T __
owned by Z. T.Addington of Phoe- top prize. of ..imws boa.. -
.. 'Sn ..ua the Ume. I the Wightman Cup Committee
nix. Ariz. Jimmy Demaret breezed In with Assn. said odds of five to one and pM ...... .. .....
t Twelve candidates went to the I the day's best score 31-36-67 fora the U.S. Lawn Tennis $1220; $4.00 and $3.00. The place ,... ...... *?

flda4. |.l t..at unfavorable. but truthful. publicity in last post. See-Tee-See, owned by C. 138 total but it was good for no the team would be members chosen assembleat Aug. 11. price on Fervent was $288 wtth J..... r 5SS

....... T Bpa> Tn une. Its worth a second thought by Orlancloans.redita. T. Clifford of San Francisco was j more than a pace-setting tie with when the squad $2.20 to show Cosmic Bomb which she he... $JtSu -
.. rated one of thr South's hottest outboard racing i scratched at noon because of a L.-: Bobby Locke the South African' Forest Hills the list practice are Margaret, 'finished third returned 420. .. a ..... ...... _____

.... ..* wtM moved here from Tampa recently, wrote Sports Editor bad ankle. champion. and George Payton Osborne Heading of San Francisco Louise i I But Why Not became the **- In ...... ... ..

fit* MVMI tn part as follows: i Lets Dance ran fourth as a crowdof BUCKY WALTERS 24-year-old pro from Hampton Brough of Beverly Hills Cal. Doris I ond filly in the 19-year history ...

. Latt week I wanted to try out my boat before coming 48,846 saw Cover Up owned by stingy with hits. Va. Hart of Miami, Fla., and Mrs. Pat i of t he race to triumph. She led 5pwiltes 45550....
Z. T. of Phoenix. Ariz. a a a
to fas ** I.. Ik* race Sunday [today], and discovered to my i win Addington five Cover Locke wheeled through the |i Todd of Hidden Valley, Cal.. the almost from the start. overhaulIng followed he ...s... P-.. .5the
by lengths. Up was
.. thai with 32 lakes within the second round in 32-36-68, four feminine Fervent a few seconds after <
Ma**** ** OrUiKl city limits per- I gred in California by Louis B. I four who dominated the Ds45s "' ,
Mto- a. aMtlawaVal naIl U operate without mufflers. In fact you Mayer under par. for his 138 at the divisions of both the Wimbledonand the getaway.She ....... ......I0 Ii. ,
. I ,' Bucky Walters half way mark of the 72-hoIe French championships in recent ran the mile and ft quarter
.. . ,.. mm Muffled craft within Orange County. OLhaverry. second favorite to the rum-so e 45"ft'
"IHH.r kme have U g. to Sanford for tryouts. which means entry of Honeymoon and PaperBoy medal test while Payton had 34- I weeks. All were members of ,, in 2:01 4/5 within four-fifths tt lull* mmm ..' ... 1

ft ....*. reaM trip for them. I finally went to Ilowey-in-the- I finished far out of the money i Blanks Phils I 36-70 for the same total. I the 1946 team, although Mrs Todd a second of the track record.her The vic for two mt' .* t., .:>I
Right on the heels of the three did not play. ,: winner earned $71.500 by ** ..
..4b .. sUae Harris. . ." and was never a factor. warm I* *!* MM ""
Cover Up paid $21.70. $810,1 I leaders was Tommy Wright slight : tory. -- -II .......
the 1947
A a*.k-ii9 with Clarence Beautiful Barney] Barnes outboard I Other members of On Trust fto- !
i iRM s4.60 Burning Dream $7.40, $4.10 31-year-old unattached pro from I The Californian, .. thbsim... ,
: ; With Two Hits of Rol-
squad Shirley Fry
MM ..4 ftentinei-6tar staff disclosed are .4
photographer that
Guy : Honeymoon $3.00. Knoxville. who led the pack ished fifth Capt. Flags sixth ft ......
.at absolutely right. There no place in the county where lins College and Akron 0., Mrs. seventh Miss KI *-.
through the first round with 67 Hemet Squaw .
The time tied the listed American CINCINNATI tAP Bucky Walt- : Arnold Prentiss of Los i am W.. r.paW.al teFtWafe .'s> .
....si4 favtifkf, or even tune-up tryouts are permitted. More ac- record set by Whiskbroom at turned loose of his best and came back with a 72 yesterdayto Mary Mrs. Virginia \\olfen- entered with Cosmic Bomb a* t** OtatVlaaV ****... j
some Angeles
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--.. tfiMs racing motors run without mufflers and there's Belmont in 1913. butII'as one-. hit the half-way mark a stroke William Hells entry. was scratch etatHtll. tMaaaW t'_. :4ciidlI I
pitching mastery yesterday holding den Kovacs of San Francisco
...... *. rvHrlf- tion comes into play. I fifth second behind the world away with 139. p which reduced the size of the .., ha -.-... -. :I
the Philadelphia Phils to two Dorothy Head of Alameda Cal. p patmeawi
*M* lk4 ... sMttoard racing here Lake The second day of the annual from $94.800.Softball . ., ..
program on Ivanhoe mark of 1:594/5 established in hits to lead Cincinnati to a 1 to thrill Barbara Krase of San Franciscoand I purse ... wfdth .. . "" I I
*. Ifta. Day to HIS that drew more people than any other sports 1939 by St. Andrew at Brighton. 0 victory. The game was playedin tourney was packed 125-as Gertrude Moran of Santa lam !
Frankie Stranahan canned
****4 I .... of to Orlando." Barney continued. "The crowd was England. one hour 28 minutes the shortest yard iron shot for an eagle deuceon Monica Cal. Ou ....... .- ,. <,* jlh.

.......!.< a| shout I....*. The people loved It. but a few Lake of the major league season. the 367-yard 12th but his 76- The Forest Hills meeting will be Loops .. eiLuuim' h' ."' .nP. 4 I!

........ .t..rrty wnert didn't. We've never been able to have Trucks Shuts Harry Walker the National 71-147 total was forced to yield the 19th between Wightman Cup iim.sosoae .

....... rcIU larr as a result. although Orlando Itself boasts League's leading hitter got one I low amateur laurels to Veteran teams from the United States and SetAll-Time 450555 m. . ... M.. ., 4 Sj00j

.... a4 the best. drivers In the state-men who have won national of the Pints safeties. a triple in i Maurice J. McCarthy Jr., of Cincinnati England. American teams have -'- . I i

..........1.... Out A's 13-0 the fourth inning. Emil Verban three-time Simon Pure won the cup 14 times in past meetIngs :..: . 1

M ndcrsundable why some Lake Ivanhoe residents would ,. got the other a single in the i king who added a sob-par 70 to'I held on a home-and-home : Turnstile Mark '. I"

.._. to MVf the peace and quiet of their Sunday afternoons PHILADELPHIA [API Virgil eighth. his opening 73 for a 143 total. : basis while the British have wonit .. .. J
regu- Emil [Dutch] Leonard who had Sam Snead tacked a 69 to his p City League *oftb ll attendance f 1 I' 'a.
in 1930England's Night .:
...w aaartiifWd. But what about holidays such the 4th of "fire" trucks shut out the Phila- four times the last .. j3,
July Athletics with four singles defeated the Reds three times : opening 72 for a 141 total for a j 1947 team composedof this year is exreetftoc .
**4 Utof Day ThOM dates may be acceptable to local authorities. dephia I Recreation =: : ; . .... .
yesterday and the Detroit Tigers this year was the losing pitcher. tie with Harry Todd. Lew Wor- I Mrs. Jean Bostock, Mrs. Betty all previous record City .
Tf. event tel e some satisfactory answer to the problem. And the pounded three pitchers for 15 safeties PHILADELPHIA (II) I CINCINNATI (II) sham also carded a 141 total while Hilton. Mrs. Kay Stammers Men- I Supt. C L. Varner folkS yea- . I' :!",,: /.
.*.... *f .000 to 10,000 people to Orlando is something that is not .br5S. .505.5 Ben Hogan and E. J. Dutch Har- I' terday in releasing statistics: M
and a 13-0 victory. S 31brad. zies. Joan Gannon Jean Quertlerand
Albrifht! I S S S lR..ah.f 4 S
0' .S -.... at dtlien elsewhere live with those regattas. too Jesse Flores first of the Philadelphia ..'& 1. I S S 21....... 2b. 4 5 1 I 1w.t.sf4S.SH.uo..35 risen have 145s. Along with the'' Mrs. Molly Blair will arrivein the Class A Softball League .... ;I/o. ..,.f!' '.f. -.. ,

... .. tat.b1l. Ulll. fingers suffered his 10th 350)4 45151 leaders were Ky Laffoon. the Chicago New York July 30. The four Class A Softball :..=.M. / I'
$ I1CTwg.Ib
defeat when two errors. a doubleby TshorSb SSSIIHsu.d $5311 and Orlando Cherokee, and I League teams have in 22 nivhts' ofp .....-. ... ... .. .

1s&a r....*| ps-.s along some Information Senator fans will Dick Wakefield. a bunt by Kell. Ennls: .If I" I TolloxTrf 55555Ia00wa.S 355)5 Bill Nary with 142s and Jim Fer- p 1 play at Exposition Park attnct- -5 0--a. -- 0su.--M.- -

pssW, to (tad to hear. single by Pat Mullin and walk accounted _Itl.l... 1SS51L..a.155350.l.n.If.... 45145 rier at 144.Giants. Homers Feature : ed a total of 5.637 paid admiaatoM ?- s.. S... .-,..th5.50w4. .
... for four tallies In the Tcrbsab I' S 1 4 2 "111.) .... 2 1 1 I I 'for an average of 255 cash customers : S --
Happy Chandler has .
completed his Investigation of the L.u.Ip 1 5512W.1s.w.p . S night .0 0.05. PhIs .

..... *rUBn ,.... and the popular young Senator first sacker was fourth DETROIT inning.(A) I PHILADELPHIA (A) .11 D.w'OIll.p_. 35555)S S S S IJ 1 Snap Out Still per higher is the average attendance 5's-_ 1I 5.--_. a -' ,

*. _- Washington. farm system property. .lrl a al sbr k a -----f I ----- for the si* horn e.- r _. i aml. .
1*. Mir can* about "when Robertson signed both Washington Lake.n SIISIW-C'sky.S I14 Totals 21" X II I; Totsls 21 1 *!T t i Of Losing Streak Bosox hibition games played by te ... -oM.-- 4
Cnfblnalk' Silt "Joust ss 1 S S 1 1 c-pappaS ant for Leonard In t'b .. Victory -. 5- --
..4 ts*.r..U fsra system contracts within the space of three days a VcHlla. .Ik S C S 1 Handler 1" S I -fouled out for Albrifht la ItkPhtlidelohi : league's: all-stars the Fletcher 5 S ..: -< : -' 4- I
W aflaM.If 1 I 1 S *,Tala.rf S * S ) _.. .. 505 Ifl0-I CHICAGO [API Hooks lott all-star combine 5,.-5 .: 4
._. .f nine. The
ssIhs at.. And the Tigers Motor ... .
knowing .
was an ox.M 1Kail ern
OUIJ..1f 1 5C.T.ta.Ib ICeS _ __ 5
Cincinnati M* II* l i-1 pulled the New York Giants out of 00)
..** ... 5531 llAdssu S . S I . has drawn 3,105 paid ad. '_ .. . -- --.' 4 ,
.* *, w M to bat to try and get bun Into their farm Sk Enars: Albrllht. T.. Buns bsttad la: Z'''- their halting BOSTON (CAP Ted Williams' .
tailspin yesterday. .
...... Mnllln.rf. $1ICCMpw..ef) 451)1 'ara.. Te.-..... bit: Lananna. Threa-basa bit: collected two homers and Jake: missions for six games' for an &" -
Cnmrcf 51I4SR.t. 45525 ".1..... .liarTincas: Wilns B.... Lert an bases: their four-game losing streak witha The
(....!.. 4SI$4C..4.2" 455,1 Philadelphia I. Cincinnati. *. Bas s ball,, off 7-3 decision the Chicago Jones one each with one on base. I average of 518 per game.
I Wthblft 1' S S 1'111"1' <1.11I I" I I 1in Leonard 3. aftfsllers 1. Strurk auf br Leonard over yesterday as the Boston Red Sox turnout of 915 paving fan for RtMHMI YEMoniuuil ,_ liT
.. 4S35SV.p 15115 >. by ".th,. J. Bits: off" Leonard 4 la T Cubs. the Fletcher-Blackburn Bomber
smother the
collected 16 hits
Grttdfe Match Cameron's Manager Tn'.ke.P ss-52Cd..ib.p 1,5,5 Irmtnu.* tiff Donnelly 1 la 1_ Psued ball. : Lakaa. Backed up by a 12-hit attack
_ ICMimsap 1' 1 . Lain .11.....: .......nL I.pl...: .dteaart.Henllne. that included Johnny Mize's 30th St. Louis Browns 12-1. I game two weeks ago topped 'UijiOCUU1T
----- ----- ) Msaranrtb. Tlssa: US. AttendancaSt. : Pitcher Joe Dobson won his all other nights.
Heads AmVct MatTuesday Takes "",.Ia U 11 UK 111 '!', sla I. 5 4J7Haa homer of the and WalkerCooper's
ExceptionTo Detrt lt _ _______ 431 (11-1* .n'-- season 12th victory holding the Brownsto Katherine Johnson McDermott N 1 ..
PllII.delpl ___. I05 IN 5004IF 22nd. IoU spaced eight six hits. 'director of the Young Women -- u=.
: .....: CaUmbilM, 1_" ,\tor... Runs att4 Cub hits along the route to achievehis = ==
P'etram Board's
Softball League
Ruling In: Cnaitr .. )ho51.111... Btrin. K.U X. Laka ST. LOUIS (AI I 505100 (A) I Community Club .
second win of the
Twa-bua kill: Callanblna X. ItikXiald Mullln.Craaicr Louis Clubs season. .5,5,5' .5,5. .: and of the State Girls Sot thoU ford. .eani S new. I
Tr.4. Usson't' first AmVetwmtitat NEWARK tAPJ) Willie GlIzen- H m. rant: A.I?. Laka !!wrI'...: Jnmt. NEW YORK (N) I CHICAGO (N) trn..3b. a 5 5 5 5 Oent..3b 5 1 2 S 3, Tournament said the average aso.. tim .
55,555)) .5,55. -
..4 show Tuesday 1 I1M berg of Doul>! plw Lak I I? M. Callrabln Let ... ... .&,..,.... 5 I "....! 1 S .I IISiSWIIII.M..IfDS for the 18 nIghts
w'.s.i manager heavyweight kaM: Dctralt *. PkilvMpkia.. T. B.M> aa I Blittmr S t ( *I :M lt 1 5 5 J SRtgs.y.15 4 2 ) $ I paid attendance hsathra. imteri.ysoima Cr

.. ftt 1M t>gton Arena will be :Eddie: [Red] Cameron took exception b.fl! elf'...rkm.. Btrark X. elf. Trvb auf br X, Tnrk off BVhrtk 8. 0II. i. ThaaMMlrf 411111..o.i35 41X1 r._... 45245 11211 rnl..n.1I. .. ... 35S4SlsIbr..s.U 5551)WRess.f$5525Th.,711 315)).).: of league play was between Itt ..
off C .
I '' n .
1 I and 150 a nieht She also sold. and. ... a ... mem
9-5 9ST. 5
S eoe4 affair stemming. fromsuthfa yesterday to the of ("..1 1. Bill- alf nma 4 la 4 liminii.fektik tiff I Braves MIH.Ik 4lllSSeM11545571M.sh.u.rfIlsIs14'c.r.h. 1 1
ruling S la I 13. elf C..I.... 8 In II.. Hit ..a 45151 JdMthih 1 5 S 4 l'r..I".2Io I S I S I IMM. I there were 478 paid admission u.e to sm L.. 14545 .
"Iidsv fiasco Mason'sUM I the Charlotte [N. C.] Boxing Commission br Bltchorbr Rrhalk 15.111. t-In pltrharFlam : w.cess4 S S 5 .'AMnon 411 * ., 35141'DIM.d 4222)). night's State tourney 'I'."
.... dii auspices of the I tmptmBntar.. Bnaiawl end rauuaUa.Tun Vrdonlt 4 1 1 t 5 Nch) ',.wf I' 1 I S Pa'sI.p S S S S lnnn.I" I 2 III I 111I.1. L for Friday
._ Utton. 1! which declared Cameron's *: 1J9: AU_.....: T.':' . LOUIS [API] The St. Louis It.....n 411 5 II'Q".210 4 1 I SIon. .,.. I S I I Tto.e al 2 S 1 I IWRes..plSSSIlMSt's.p semi-finals. nw mm .. _:
ws 3511 :1 I.ThtituS L
.. 15515 ..
SSS5.HM.-7.p that LouIe Nt. b1..
? ,...-.JT who refereed Fridays :right on Thursday night with Cardinals and Boston Braves 10>1........f * S S I 1 .1. '1 Varner hastened to explain

Ml* *.. tha.Urn.ted the mysteriM -\'Jimmy Boyle of Charlotte, "no Ed Lopat Allows clubbed away at each other's )liJolinm K.pest.pSSSSS 11555 5.ata.p I S S S : ____ j the Class figures A Softball are League_about 1M attendance .1:11.: .1-6...w.-.. lilt jA

M* X winner-take-all ,contest." pitchers last night with 22 hits- |.h0.AoffM5 1. 5 5 5 TX.l.) II 1 S !411| Tol.U 37 IX II IT 11sIs.l.4 i attendance became ..... .. .....
%...* sun Mr, X had clouted The commission Friday over- Yanks Three HitsNEW nine for extra bases-but the Red- VMT> > 55555 .- tnt Walt. Bnm In *tkm. I below actual
I birds enough rDilundra 1 S S 5TM Ixwit. _ ___ laa naa 553 of passes issued "directors, playens' Talon TIM U.W
Hai a :
W aMiM and then locked himself had awarded the fight to Cameronon YORK LAP] Lefty Ed La- to triumph 9 to 5. The defeat .1.) 3T T II J7 111 Totals (4 1 117 IS5Is arm' ...... Burn bitted In: Lm..... Wlllliml I' "wives city. officials and others back rH-ar1. ItaMm I
tm pat brought the New York Yankees' dropped the Braves into fourth f. m error. fnr rhlpmm In Mil 4. inmi 2. Praia I. 21,). X. TfW>rt %. Tw.- .
m rtfming room. I a technical knockout in the I ..... ,, .
Dhw lam
fromdm wt far c.rpnn r In Ttkt baM bit*: bnrrr Pntkr Tbrw 5 : LHHMTHnaM Admission this for Claw .pam.w.
to BMkava hit AmVet debut. seventh round of the scheduled slugging carnival to an place two percentage points. behind .r..iDdl cat foe )1I.. ftar ram: Jono Will) ... t. I.-.ifk.s: IXMm *- I exhibition year L __ ste.f.s .. -
M.iai a ykaMafat.d that the first 50 abrupt halt yesterday with a neat-, New\ York. \ T rk I" HI*-T X. DauMa plan. : r..kj. ta Kutleriri e t. Jones A games and games
10-rounder. ly-pitched three-hit victory over I Chita** ._' _-__=_ spa :": 001-3 I I IEmm Left an .base: 91 Louts X. Basin .. Bun an has been 25 cents for adults and ..... __ oftrdaya
...... I* enter the arena Tues- GUzenberg. in a statement Issued : Abe...... JII.) .._. Rum liitttd In: balls: off Fads 3. I 8tmrk aat: by luorrlef a. I 10 cents for children over 12.'It's ...... .
..... b* given door prizes through his partner. Babe I the league leaders to give Chicago Sanford Owdoa I. K.rr. MlM 2. Manhall W. {'_. br Salt II..... 1. "y Ttohsaa S. Hits: ofT Fsa- ft' ........ 8M a tIrr
..... ...dnn. under 14 and aco'.44 a 2-1 victory. Youngster Plfka 1. ..110.....'... T>"->uw kit: M rh.TL Tbmhu al. 3 la 1 Innini (none out la Idl. SIT" Man I the biggest year for attendance .
Culnan of Newark declared: ...
I kIM: rntrdnti Pirto. Ho mm: ) .. W. met 1* in I 1-X. on niltee Rrmta I I. 1 !-X. we've ever had Varnersaid. 0m.ahoe
ry ont or more adults "Commission Chmn. Grady Halting Joe DiMaggios hitting Faaftr mnlra .k...: ,---. Pnuhle pl.n! : off .Pair a la 1. Ixvlnt pitcher: Fads 1 mairat .- 0.
.4. .e atautted free of charge. Cole's ruling of 'no contest' will streak after 13 straight games. ; Leaves on Tour KIIM* te K..T la MfM <(2''; limtrt to Merall.* : "..'.. Hubbard. :MrKialar. and Been und an ...... eas .....
go I Lopat.lost his shutout on TommyHennich's j ta )5)5M.. Loft 's kM.- v YMS 1, IklCM T._. 2.'2. Attendanra.JW. I He also said more players were
down in the records as one of the I : S. Bun fttov Utan MJMM persons are : 13th homer in the With Babe Ruth 2. to Mrra participating now ever
I I"
classics. -
all-time i -
:x :x :x I p
......... M pubUc playground and fourth. The only other Yank hits 1_ HI..: fT BOTO.V S I. : 1-3 Inn In... eflC Tampa Pilot Fined particularly in leagues play-
; ;:u"a ...." "Cameron was floored three in : were singles by Pitcher Bill Bevens I (Sp<- ;(11 1 to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] i i .,. ,. ( la X. off 01., ..., 4 111 I :-J. efT' ing night games. Some 60-75 play. AIMric Y" t.IL
the second round and the bell hut t la X. Wild pit ): let Uvln pitclmMonwr '
In the third and George Stirnweiss. SANFORD-Randall Goff. 14- Inpim: Bourn. B... ti..l Jorila. Atteadaflt For Ump ArgumentMIAMI ers are or have been playing on
came to his rescue as Referee in the sixth. I year-old Sanford youth is realizing *: IT..,J (cot...). Ties,: 1:*.. p the four Class A teams and a One WIT. ,
I., J..ii.t. Delivery Ross was counting him out. He1 CHICAGO (A) 1 NEW YORK (A) i, the dream of thousands of I rAP Tony Cuccmello. four-team and a six-team Class B OI.AIIOCJW .

then. made a fine comeback and akrkaa ZSISIRI.'L25' 15055145.k..Ib 35141 American boys today. On Thurs- Mount Dora Leesburg manager of the Tampa Smokersof League is in operation with IS AIM'neaII yacht

scored two knockdowns in the 4 APpU'u w X * 1 SH..".-...., 4 I I X day he left Sanford by train. that I the Florida International players on each of the 10 squads. for the ..
seventh after which Boyle stood .ri.ht.1I. 4 S S 4 5 Lli i.ll.If 4 5 S XTorklfc S night he dined with Babe Ruth !' Golfers To Play Today League was fined $25 yesterday The same size squads perform in Ltie1uth ,'.
4 5 111 11>i MM art 4 S S Jrhtlln S I II I
with his hands helplessly at-his I ) .rf 4 * 3 )lrUulllD.l11 X * 8 and the Governor of Alabama and I'i [Spet-at l to The Sunday Sent neS-S:ar] : as a result of a 23-minute argument the six-team Commercial League the mc urn. i......... ....
side :xxx.: : I Kaa.dy..f4I25S3.i.'c.3b. 15515 on Friday left 'Montgomery by with umpires during a game and in the girls' league. DMa only onr aWv rutf Ii< togaim
"Referee Ross sensing the help- i Kal_way... .Xb. $2ICU..k.45123Rtuo....U $5541$5521 plane to make a tour of a number MOUNT DORA Leesburg will with West Palm Beach July 17, I Twenty-four Softball teams are the (WI'" ur* IH ......
T team play
a golf
lassness of Boyle and fearful of a Lopat IS1SSB.'I.C 35152 I of cities with Babe Ruth., Country team here this League Pres. Judge Wayne Allen also operating In playground 11Iu1M Sso...
ring tragedy stepped in to stop the i Randall's dream came true inI I I the Mount Dora announced. -
: leagues playing during the day.
1 ... 2 ; 12 at 3 o'clOck. In the first p
bout. .1.) XI_ r ill_) Total t J? I! this manner. Babe Ruth is sponsoring afternoon i Allen in awarding the fine.
rhfcMn 501 aid) -t I .
- - teams two
"Chmn. Cole may be a good commissioner | Nark _- *:: 105 505-1Erron American Legion Junior p' match between the I criticized Umpires Leo Enger and
but in may opinion his : !Ilrn...if.. Lindrll Km" batted In: 'Baseball leagues in the United weeks ago Leesburg golfers won. i Ed Lanny for their handling of the: I Baseball's Six I FMLBMEi t
I %tTiv As jj110w i Rich Ixvat. Boai rap: Hmrirb. ftolta kinoKxllnoii : Big
States and he
I persuaded P. I
but declared fine would
& opinion doesn't do Cameron Justice Tmb. ftnilin: $40.1. Dninl plain: 'I game the;
4e 44.u DLI xxx Cameron will be more f>llrn< ln M luau la McOuinn; h York t* Appllni ta T'". Loft bam: Cbk... I public relations which is I WILLIAMSBURG. Va. [ A P 3 ILMINU A. JOHNSON company
than pleased to give Boyle a return .. N.. York. 8. Bun aa ball: off" B_ 3. 34 head' basket- -'lay r and Club ab fc pet.Wtlker .
I eta srsvitI match anytime." off Lopat X. .Ptrark aat: bj B..ma 4. bj Lo|>*t X.I backing: this tour to accompanyhim. Barney Wilson. ; Seibold Turns ScoutPHILADELPHIA Phillies 88 322: 4. HO MS .
.s re... 04nt M.. ball: HauL 1:."'_, B... Hl. rpa- Chapman is the brother of ball coach at Union College Bar- I I DiMaccio Yankeu BO 341 8> 11* .34* ... Iatg ..I .amnitesdisa ..
.- Pusler"I mia and 11__ llmt: UL. Attaadann11.48J : Mrs. O. K. Golf Randall's mother boursville Ky., has been named IAPJ HarrySocks I iBoudreaa. Indian 81 :l89.. M 3M SJ81 flue .* f .....

_____ Dade City Coach Named 'I paid and Randall too received an invi- mentor of the cage sport at the ( Seibold. one time pitcherfor William Oustine,. Plratci Red Sox 81 92 299 3SS 14 64 IIS M JM W> 1u0-a --.. .....

DADE CITY tAP Florida's biggest This .Was Worth It! tation to make the tour. I College of William and Mary to the Phidelphia Athletics and Cooper. Olanti 7S 289 SI M lit .lag Lehes.OGMaI
athletic coach. Ray (Oxo] Buy I Mrs. Goff received a telegramon succeed Richard (Dick Gallagher, Boston Braves yesterday signed a Run Batted InNational
Hum. former University of Tampa GALT. Calif. API] In this case Friday from her husband who Athletic Dir. R N. [Rube McCray contract to scout for the Philadelphia Mlz Olanta La., 78 I William Anwncaw. R4 Lavu Ms .* 1'C
football star. has been named the horse paid pari-mutuel bettors accompanied their son as far as announced yesterday Phillies. Marshall. Giant It tIiMspG0Yanks 84
head' coach and athletic directorof more than he cost originally. Rose Montgomery telling her of their p Cooper, Giant 'Hrnrtch* Ya kee* U .

the Dade City High School Zam returned $60.20 for$2 win I dinner with the too celebrities and I Nativnal LaagiM Horn*1 Hun Anwricaii. ..*._ C t iis>nii ...... ."* <__

supervising Principal Burch Cor- tickets at the Sacramento County 1 I, stating that Randall left by plane Orr-Gruttadara Fight'Looms As Mue Olanta 30 William Rd Sax 33 i..ccscc. Vbd..5 .

nells said yesterday. Hum servedin Fairgrounds Friday.The horse was with Ruth and Chapman for New Marshall. nraie GianU 25 25.G Heath.rdon, ,B'sw**.. MKiner. It
a similar capacity at Bushnell purchased more than a year ago York and would stay at the St.
for four years during which his by Bill Willoughby of Livingston. Moritz Hotel while there. They -.
tarM I t SALE! teams were rated as among the Calif. for $50 from E. O. Slice, will then fly to Detroit and many Top Event on Monday CardDoug

strongest In the conference. owner of On Trust. I other cities during the tour.
SPORT SHOES Barnes' third Legion Arena fight card, a 30-round I

.d eM wiin Wg 'flpst --- offering is scheduled for presentation at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow Give your car aBeauty
.- .4.' '''' ,ltsse dOSLUSmsf the of the :
and show
.p. .osos-. prospects on eve ring point to thesemifinal

a A&&. ..nc __ scrap out-shining the main event.

Reduced Te Billy Kinard, the bruising Sanford middleweight with L I T reatmtiitits

22 knockouts to his credit in 24<

$1.. starts against local and none-too-
used to fight" tomorrow night.
off with
rugged competition.
an unknown. Dave Stewart a 158- the"One end of us of won't the sixth be around you can at I If f your car looks old for y..3. .... I ...

>.4 pounder from Spartanburg. S. C..
in the eight-round main go.Ste..art week.bet on that he warned last Jones for a first class pa :nt f4 1M ... ...
in drills here has

.' shown signs of being a cloister The two principal attractions paint plus the skill of n tatter .... p 5L1lII 1 ..
not a boxer which is much the follow 16 rounds of preliminary

: style of Kinard. Of he mixes it fighting. I have your car looking lik e new ....
up with the Sanford slugger Top four-rounder pits Jack Emanuel -

then their boat looms as a slug 131. Orlando against Billy

ging duet If not then Kinard Clayton. 133 Orlando. : Be SURE it's the IE J T-S..i* it fie ... IsdyVse
stands to hang up his 23d KO Classy Jimmy Laedeke 123 who

&M win. mauled the daylights out of Bill
H.M But the six-round lightweight Browers for a second round TKO .
_" __ semi-final scrap between Phil I the last show meets Eddie Valde,: Exp rt B r
AU. i-U. nXAL Orr Winter Park and Tony Grut- 123. of Tampa.

tadara. Kissimmce stacks up as a Johnnie Kersey. 169. faces
we i.-.' .so5ugo* er aay w.j.t natural attraction. Orr a month Howard Arrant 171, in the first

C .4 Aa hw Widsii4ay L ;.., \ -. ago had to close with a flurry of light heavyweight go billed in SAM JONES PAIN T & ;J.;

"'v v' leather-slinging to earn a draw> several months.

!; Walk Over Shop v ....,-... . -' Y' -.- .. .. '"'---.. ...... with Gruttadara. Since then he Richard Varnador. 157 and Joe i Dial 6628 130 ] i. Gac& l MrA i.NILI t
has dropped a split decision to Ray Stewart 156. Kissimmee tangle in L

Cl N. C'sot. Ave.Theatre COOLING OFF PERIOD Fair companions ] Olympic ski team Alf Engen on Boulder Moun- Delpado. classy Cuban performer. the four-round opener. I I'I
Block 1 p Orr however has promised to Admission will be $1. with no I
arq shown how to slalom by co-coach of U. S. 1 tain, Sun Valley, Ida. I -quit boxing" and "fight like I : seats reserved. :


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3 Come Again? Orlando Meets Daytona Beach Here Today" !1' IJ

r_ sense man Ther9stv too much make ,- Senators Chalk. Deland Pilot Draws Week's Suspension I' I


MUSIAL, :: j Up 6-4 Victory Orlando, Florida, July 27, 1947 cljr -uuday E-tutiutl-E-tur Page 7'

{ because it I Herlong Lays

4 -.. I
justaddstoguy's I a' h
.. Srvra Over Islanders k .

income taxproblem DownLawOn
(Soer Kil to JHe Sunday Sen"Tel.Star] er f
paging Orlando Senators outlasted -
the up-and-down Daytona I 'Obscene Talk'SILVER
ThaTKIKfS w', Beach Islanders here last night to 1 k

score a 6-4 victory. .
The Orlando Club will meet r'I': '_. .... '...
Daytona again at 3 p.m. today at' 1+ l1PItm0. 8IIi __ _
Tinker IFeld in Orlando in a eckr. veteran ratchet-l '
single game. r44r the DeLaatf Itod Hat
Ed Davis the Senators' latest dY Florida SUM Ian.- to
mound who boasts a Y
;;9&f one-and-one acquisition won-lost record is from loop parka far it
4.r tinning today it gas
scheduled to hurl this
here Jut aicbt 1 M Arlr
Mgr. Lou Bevil said.
anernooIl.1 4 Syd Hervoac. Jr
bft The *"' *..-.Timposed .J -
Mulloy >>r__ lit I
"$'11p. obscene aa.. ...U
I puatp heart '" .rnrea
Singles Title in tae Palatka park ,la*

night," H.r1r .....

On DefaultSEA InmUxarvrdin .... .........
I t eS << U H....... 4.sl
BRIGHT N. J. TAP] Big ? erke way ...* awl her
I Gardnar Mulloy of Coral Gables \v I the cam. bet s.SesLIA r
Fla.. second-seeded, captured his k zJ field' ad r.IMLs-t.. Ie Mother
I first men's singles championship verbal la..a. a111r1
f in the Sea Bright Tennis and I d ) pins a few ...*.... M/s

!R Cricket Club invitation tourna- a b .....h . lire had la real.a hlr Ibr it>
ment yesterday without swinginga ? --. '-Jo..f'' I .E < 3 T I field bddv. ........ .....

I racquet when top-ranked Frank TYPICAL SOFTBALL TURNOUT-Here's part of the estimated Tournament at Exposition Park Friday night This scene typifies Inv that "1 ww ...
Parker of Los Angeles defaultedthe -t,
title round because of a pulled 600 spectators-478 put cash on the line to get in-j jthat the record-breaking softball ottendance experienced here such Intd..M a4. s.le.
Our park ...... .. .... .
muscle in his chest. : turned out for the semi-finals of the State Girls' Softball I this year i place low W ..... air

""nist.s Club Amateur Boxing Parker said he discovered the --- ---- O il w and M dint ss/d OIA ..
injury following his semi-final

1 TfMne.v Draws Entrants round Friday victory After undergoing over Bill Talbert an examination Krider Named 1 and receive handle no the pay third for his base services coaching I Michigan BoxingCommissioner r Softball Finals drattieposed..". prtlMll.. .. tit _

Early by Dr Charles Farr of : job. It wa. Uw first tar
-. ; ; ( New York. Parker said that he decided Stine said the change was no Says had been tonatd owl a* a
.. 'WoO" x ,... have already signed for Rained Out SetiFor3:30Today
that he would risk further added ; and. it .a th* .
reflection Murray and l season *
............. l-x** i **t,a.. riurMla Amateur Boxing TourE injury if he played in the final. Sanford Pilot i the club "upon anted to relieve Murrayof Bout Not Sanctioned ,I penatoa haaUd .... g

---1 .... *. c.rl..i.4w vuulhx have indicated they It was also announced that managerial worries and let him DETROIT rAP) State Boxing bang a ti ..... .IMtI.

:- -d., .. 'r.. "'.. Ma,,.... chairman of the club'sttttef Parker and Mulloy would default concentrate upon playing second Comr. John R. Hettche said : on Aettal 111aaaair ..
their semi-final doubles test with yesterday
till l.w.Iw'.. ....... restertleiy.tallid I I Frank Shields, on New York the' I 15LX' "i t to "file S.nJcv Sen'' vS\ arl base. the commission still has I The finals in the State Girls Director.Jeff lee
duct at how
ex-internationalist and youthful SANFORD-In a move designedto Softball Tournament were post-
tttbli i r I I Richard IPanchol I Gonzales of strengthen their bid for a first- Hungarian Netter Cops not sanctioned a World Featherweight I poned last night because of a wet Preside.tIrrklas KM
Los Angeles. The latter pair thus division berth, Pres. George Stineof title fight at Flint Aug. 22 1 field and will\ be played at Ex- meeting n( all t.aprris M
boa.fwIIMM. Standingst I move into the final round where\ the Sanford Baseball Assn, yes- French Singles Title between Champion Willie Pep and position Park at 3:30: pm. today tnnifhi .n4 i 11 Ras
they will meet Talbert and Fran- terday appointed John Krider non- PARIS (tAP Low-swinging Jo- Challenger Jock Leslie despite a {IIn II the case of rain in the afternoon the warm tot taw nsw
IUU UMUCft cisco (IPancho Segura of Ecuadorin playing manager of the Sanford Asboth of signing of tentative\ contracts. I the game will be played at nightly far a vtoc to) tai
run I a_ seph Hungary yesterday Hettche said. he would sum- win to _
the title play today. Celery Feds 8:30: pjn new ptajflB
..... a..aua.a. : won the men's singles title of the mon the fighters' managers and The winner of the tournament subject under dllk Stl
w .. ... Krider will be' the Feds third
M !t! ail e. .. ..-.... IIA.'IER"JCTORIOCS I''I French International Tennis Promotor Tommy Cussans to a here which pits Pick's Plasterers - -
of the He succeeds.
RksliRiiMd .. -..-.. COLUMBUS Ga. lAP George manager Don second year.baseman who Tournament with an 8-6, 7-5 6-4 meeting Monday in an effort to of Orlando against the strong R.
*l UAIUf .Murray
.r t e*. II TMM W L. Pit.k. Hamer. 1946 southern amateur took'over the from Buddy victory over Eric Sturgess of South reach a satisfactory agreement. H. Hall of St. Petersburg squad
eel i : > ... W M 411 IMHMtt. .4* 1:11: i champion of Columbus, won the reins Africa ..... He made the statement nearly will represent Florida in the SainlsStopI \
Lake month Lake
Lw* toO. '. IS 4> .ff!II : Georgia State Amateur Golf over a ago. open- 24 hours after representatives of
1.. M M \M T-. Mtwxk 'I.'UII ed the season as Fed pilot. Southeastern Regional Tourna-
W IMAe __ .. tt Ui :<,. rMI>*.. JT SS .'*111'. Championship yesterday defeatinga The United States paid $25 : all interests including another ment starting at St Petersburg
( Is.ltt .... tm..ra I fellow townsman Sonny Swift Krider. former ball player and million for the Virgin Islaads in i commission official, had announced Aug. 22. Seven States will be represented 1 1r
= -Isa1rIM.alI. .. I 6 and 5'Hap'. the club's league director will 1917 the fight was on. I I'LET'S Leesburg,6-1
... --- -
4.1 t 1111. 1
yitt II 1..11. Irv 1 ....... I Norma Willoughby, five-foot 94

W petYt tllr h4. IIWw'-1-'. .-_ ..M nerb 4 I DO SOMETHING ABOUT AME RICAN BOYS!' --I club pound will hurling draw the ace mound of the assignment Hall- r :," .' .. .. '.. "* ....

-- .. 4.1.1.... I2 1241 ...1 'I fo rthe St. Petersburg club 1M Arlo'

Il tatr..tap11! rr .;.q1.-M 1.4tI-..:,1r.M 1T A. Kwry,I" w IT.tl 00.1._ awl. I i ArnoldBy Offers Idea .Give Youth Real Chance with Miss Betty Willoughby Pickering is rated opposing one of her the Seated withKarpinakt Ltd.balrl JiIeeIp S ter M.IIe I Inight

r!-stelaalaIeM e ..... .1". outstanding pitchers in the State sllan.a h1aM.
oaal.te .Isere t1saYNr .-,- M R __-1... .u.ft ... ar.heal..ildl. and South, having pitched four and Charlieihinlnx Rlda'1IM

M t11a111.1I 121-1... lI1 JAMES D. WHITE canized effort on a countrywidebasis park superintendent up at Yo. I the same problt'm-maklng Jess games in the world championship ev rrvbb. wale
... .... It .. 1'.1' 1.1. 11UoeI7 with central takeoff it than do for twice as play 'Hosing!!: the fourth onel 1 at lar fteMUwthrowth II.rptar. 11
M 41s '1 4 SONOMA CaL [API' Like a lot some semite. about It. He thought game ever with twa ...-
"' of other Americans, General of point to get everybody working together was a great Idea. I've talked to many hunters and guns Detroit in 1940. She hurled Hall'sto
1111. da..ea. IadrrI. the Army H. H Arnold I ret.] is the forest service people about It. State titles in 1940 and '41 and ,, four trips ...! se.rad tM
.. ,., ,_ i
hp I' w.L I'd. I I "It takes initiative and imagination 55 bits ..- Rhri.
... .* M M ...... 41 AI.44 ItM '. 1 thinking! about American youth. "What causes juvenile delin- They all ask-as you were going and ideas to keep the in 56 innings this year has struck ..
new V
: : 0 BM i Wl IrM-,1.J W W. 11,4. "Kids wouldn't be delinquent if quency?" he asks, and continues: to-who will finance it? I out 114, walked 18, allowed nine perfect IIIIId M
w m :Jm tt o... n tu 214. game population up under such four.
hits and given eight runs
_** .* ..." IM.LM* SIM .MS 11'4ia..w '' they had a chance to be something "Some say It's the blood-and- "I told 'em the same outfits condItions. Boypower could do a : up I,. Ar4. ..
eel/ ..I ...MI t/wrl better." he says. thunder stuff on the radio. In I could finance it that are trying lot. Any game warden ought to I- -: : :f? : JTf\tf!
ryareel .-.r ., r.- "I have'an ideaas the comic strips or the movies: I. to do it now on a piecemeal jump at the, chance to take a i A.... a I I .M !aM ;
II,. .-........... I to how to some say that American home I basis without co-ordination or : bunch of kids and teach them toconserve Crossley Victor 4.M_.A l . i ...m*.*... i i *i fi 1 1K
II 1.
eo- a give them that & ur 1 I i >
ilrwrlw.Iii I'S 5... life, church life, and school lifearent : a uniform program ; game instead of killingit marl./.T1
.. .1.1.4. .11111 11.... 1..N .... slob .. chance." g. K what they; used to be. i off. I Kn .rr 111111&..Jf: |
4.r NM I
would be the
I "These service organizations -
...-.. Maybe the i .......011. 1 I t i .
IsY ...... .. ... T.. 4S-1. 1211 d .aI- ,3 "Whatever it is, we are faced the Rotary. Kiwanis "That the main outline he 1..14..N . 1 t a4..... 11
... ..t h ..... ....1 ... .n_ ITsl.Y ruddy, white- and Lions Clubs the Chambers of said. -1 don't know what to call In Public Links It.- a I I : ?: I I
.... ......... .ai-_ III. ud I haired former with a practical problem of get- :.=: I I. '
....... 0.1 w 1'W S IF/l ... r-I.I head of the Ar-i. ting American kids back on the Commerce, the sponsors of 4-H it or how it should be promoted. I - <
111 track toward useful citizenship. : Clubs, the churches, Parent- But 111 bet Pres. Truman wouldgo ....,. M 111 !< y ,
.:..I.0-M.. M..a.. awe.- W-1..d Il-I ..::-';..:: !turns my Air Forces Histhoughts ,: When you hear about such thingsas Teacher groups anybody who for it if he knew about it, and : MINNEAPOLIS IAP Blonde 11 1....A.1.tr... '
wants to."Plenty. so would Congress Wilfred Crossley of Atlanta. Ga., I al.a.r: ..
kids killing their parents to get :
aiii.. a.. -*tla.a4. ..-d. M wSI.4.I.. ..... Rww. American boy to' their savings; It's time to do of these groups are do- "We're all worried about juve- the man with the automatic putter i 11-, _Id + _.__U1.KM hr.
,114T. their best but they nile Let's do yesterday won the National _....
l4. N.rveR .,. .,-' liked) something. ing now are delinquency. some- l. -
s .. L Pd 1w W. L Pti.u because he I Just what for instance''I : not getting full use of our natural thing Public Links championship by .-- ....: I.h .... 1..4. ..
the fresh air and Arnold I .. ___ ..
r-: aN It' U.M aw.d ii .>u I the heat to match the Lot w R
h tae.7ddl ...._ It I..*2 -MMt r.. It II ..Mlit sunshine on his rolling 50-acre, would like to see something facilities. If we had a country- pouring on ..-. I a1.1 .. fa
..". .1.1.... 1111./l* like a youth movement 'wide program of youth camps Georgia 97 degree temperature. He defeated ..
here. camp Tech-Georgia
... _,. __ tt .M; ranch near Beck of Raleigh, 11'.1. 1 /.
;" i. .5' > it country-wide with Federal and State Govern- Avery .. . ... .
local something that _
it's because -
Maybe some off 1
SI lt
A" It V pwM
I N. C.. 6 and 5. over the Meadow- .
---- I boys demolished a string of would use to the fullest-our vast ments lending their parks and Game Tickets Sold Out brook Municiapl course. s.-- I ..I1. ,. -

I rural mailboxes nearby just to string of national and State parks recreation areas on a planned ATLANTA' IAP All 36.000 seatsin A of long putts-each of 1/s '
basis and making their own experts pair
Charles May I be doing it. and recreation areas. Georgia Tech's enlarged stadl-
I them 30 feet-put the clincher on
available-we'd have S.s
I It could be, too that the way Yes but how? I really I um have been sold out for the Crossley's victory. They came on Sam BreaJllal !
Arnold ran the wartime training He smiled. "It's only my personal something. Tech VS. University of Georgia the 28th and 30th holes. The last Cardinals !
MeetTandberg program that took raw material opinion, but the finest people : "I don't quite see. General how' football game Nov. 29 and more long putt of the day gave Crossleya I ICONVERTtlLt II
from a thousand U.s. backgrounds I anywhere are'the people who live the fish"and game people . : than $83,000 has been refunded to birdie three to Beck's four. It ST LOl'W! I. I tIr Ij I
NEW YORK t APt Sol Strauss and turned out expert pilots who their lives in the forests and Look. he broke in. "Here on late comers. was one of three birdies scored by don was II pas s j
ar'at director of the Twentieth could be counted upon to obey ,I mountains. I mean the trained this little ranch we could supporttwo A spokesman for Georgia Tech Crossley during the 31 holes Beck and bawb.S'sfoil
I *n :jry Sportinc Club, said yesterday orders even when alone and the : men who run our forest services good covey of quail-If we said 4,000 seats had been allottedto conceded a short putt to Crossleyon sated Ih* ..4.M 111St.
he planned' offer Swed- going was\ tough-has something our park people, and our fish and [ had the time to create and main- the general public and 4.000 to the 31st ending the match. Laub ('..dlsaM tI
L4i )avTweyjht OUe Tandberg ataatrh to do with it.Whatever ; game workers. tain the food crops the cover the the University of Georgia. He said Both scored par 3s. other ? a$4..M l..aM
e e with Exurd Charles of the reason, here are (Arnold is a fish and game com- watering devices that are needed. Tech tickets were sold out within "We're rear, saes. toil. ,
< ra R I mcmnatt in Madison Square some of the things "Hap" Arnoldis missioner for the State of California. I I Kids could do that on all farms two hours after they went on sale.J. Mickey Owen Ruled I well make M. Ile .alt
0.,.. BepC 1*. thinking out loud: .] i and ranches if they were shown E. Broadnax, business managerof '--
+I how, and they'd love it. athletics at the University of Out of !
If Tandbert defeats Charles he "Everybody worries about juvenile ,, "I've met a lot of these men"he Tourney Play I
"The fish and game people in Georgia, said Georgia's entire allotment -
Ul be offered a 10-round exhibirttn delinquency. A lot of people I
I says. "They; five, think and State DENVER (IAP The Denver
today are against sold out.
but with World Champion : are talking making talk straight. every up ____ was__ _n__ Post disclosed yesterday that A. B. TOPS
Joe Louis tt the Garden Nor. 14. writing articles, doing
peeches'l t Happy] Chandler baseball commissioner -
"Now If the kids In the cities
I Fw
ff4rtM* Mid can. Seems to me we need
has ruled that Mickey
Drawing Cards
and towns, the Junior gangstersand FORD<< MilCUlf
boys spoiling for something Owen former Brooklyn Dodgers \

You Wouldn't useful to get interested in, could catcher, may not play in the BUICK CHXfUM

r a .a.i+Ill Know Him meet and know these men, they Semi-Pro Tournament the paperis PLYMOUTH r.-c. '; i
staging beginning next
at* might forget about being tough
e.tw.. 4 '
.Ia 4fil' 4 The
E1/3t'F4tD0YN ,/ and try to be men instead. andOSI'M144. ;
a }wlwwl.1si11fa w **> L/StD? TO jOM" V, 'S "Suppose you are an undernourished dayOwen is manager of the Russell E

say' : lfAe .dff QO; i kid from some tenement I Tire Team at Springfield. Mo. S39.59

i or a child of divorce running i which entered the meet several
!r Bm loose. What wouldn't weeks ago. Because of the ruling, InitolWtiMi Sit 1twsr4.
i you ..... ,..
. tM.1alless..1
give to have a real expert tell you the team will not compete. The -
s1s I how 3 deer lives how it finds its t, ; Post said. r MaMw '
food, evades its enemies, raises its 1 Owen is under a five-year ma- I CENTRAL
WAYJJ2JJIf tg7Fs.i. I I young How would you respond if jor league suspension for leaving
., i I you had a chance to live for : the Brooklyn club to play in the MOTORS< C
1 1SEE
I 1; weeks in the high forests, learninghow I Mexican League. He left this circuit m Vv. Jeff.... ..1i'
IT!! 1 O 1 A to tie flies for trout, fight later and returned home.
t; fires instead of other !kids, learn-

7"lT i ing conservation of natural resources :

1 / /. / Instead of human wastage -
ail Are Mtrlrnlw ? .
"See what I mean?"

w ass ... o ; / I "Oh absolutely." General, but 1 THE
r who. . !
tl1a-'Its Adalg4ra I SEE N/H "I asked Frank Kittredge. the \

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''I !; &rnttnrltar Orlando, Florida, July 27, 1947

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Quarter Horse Show Set *

Joe Tinker Returns ,
Challenges Hoag Lake-Orange _

For FSL Hitting Lead : League Enters To WithStewartAgencyJoe Real Estate Work Three Day FeteIn 1 Stock Car Racing Show Set Track For [|eyen T IMMI 1

Tinker famous old Cub star Aug. 17 Over Exposition c . j

., "r and veteran Orlando real estate October Is Orlando Stock Car Racing Assn. officials last night n1er|| | Uf0H

; * . .Vt4 ( ......vttle's Myril Hoag domt. Final Week operator yesterday announced his announced that a four-event program of races would be J

.. m. .. fl.fld! &< te League's pitching and I association with Richard M. staged at the Florida Livestock Exposition Grounds track _. 1

_r_ fee a fifth consecutive week as the i itfn i (Dick] Stewart. 3d, real estate Current on Sundav, Aug. 17. I MMR
.11 A of the hottest first division 423 W. Cen- Plan fXJ kTMtf. j'
One broker with offices at
.1M-It the records of I Ito
went' into as
J Only stock. car races will be conducted and arrange- | \J\Jn. I RT IMW
4'-M f toward races in the annals of the fast tral Ave. In the ___ __ _L_ __ ___ : _
*** tin Hwtkfiht began turning j Lamar Hotel merits are aireaay underway io*..

P - ---- I amateur Lake-Orange League features J building. By AL CODY bring the fastest field ever to assemble j re55 ,.... ',C C.'... Cnifod It j

I the final week of scheduled | I fOur Ov-n Stc'f Correspondent I ; on a Central Florida track .. .. .1..
i 1 .***... U trying .. show bisI Tinker the here for the Winter\ Softball MI' 464 ., !

,...c.irr* the way Mit .f theirrttfrretl play opening today. Five or possibly I State's only living d', Plans for a State-wide show ; It will" also program.mark the first time I'.| W SOI11'0I "5 ,5 r 40 I

talllni "mp. If he Is any six of the top teams battling Baseball Hall f, auction sale. and racing meet to in the history Central Florida I t1rflan' . .... ,- _

.m*_ Nd St .....1.1 the henator despite for the first division of Fameperso- ./ ".
pJf*_, .. here '.._ ;.. be held at Florida Livestock Expo- stock car racing that a card will, ; heir .1 .......0I64 I
1 nality. t
thrtr rich! tame dbUnce given a mathematical chance of came ; sition in Orlando late be staged half mile track.
In October. : on a .
I.,!.. Mce. rann.t be counted finishing among the first four '!in 1921 and open- ,; 7 have been presented to membersof In the past the stock car aggregation ;' Loop PlannedCity trs 1...... 't. I ICO.

3 eel e4 Ike pennant race as first clubs and will meet in the Shaugh- ed his own real "''. the Florida Quarter Horse Assn has operated on the mile L. YanIiN .at .0235
-. ImW -a Ilsishars.DdAAd i nessy post-season playoffs. 1 I j'estate offices a ',< and the Florida Quarter Running long track at Azalea Driving I C L. Vw 'ftI: ____ __
few later. > .' Recreation: Supt.
I Mount Dora holds a half-game years \ Park.
,> Horse .
s Red-Halt splitting Assn.. following a joint that I oeM _e ,> .
lead over Apopka for first place He said he ti Red Barron. nationally-known ner yesterday announced th* a ,
"*5 in theIr l Ut 16 starts while meeting of both groups here last J1I'aM64440. .
4 # 10 to 17. by virtue of a rained out game wouldoperate t j. I I weekend. speedster from Atlanta. along Winter softball league will operate : .
Orlando; was winning I wIa-..... I
with Stewart in .T., :,44: I
out official standings revealed yesterday Also approved by the racing'' with Marshall Teague of Daytona : this ** h
round themselves only a game j, the of Tinker here for the first time t- We I
ot fourth place and had only one. Winter Garden rests in third I handling group was a Labor Day racing I Beach. and J. B. Anderson of Winter I ;,
city and country real estate. He with a four-club circuit openusgplay
I, i.rWs 154 advantage--the fact that they had place. a full game back. while I I 1 meet to be held on the track at Haven. winner of the featured .*5.r 5544 ....,. \ !
was associated with another local |> event here last week have been Sept. 4 and winding up a M-'
holds down fourth three .
schedule i : Palatka. A number of match races '
5 S St O games left oo their : JII'IMdwt: ......pe IOSess .
before he lost his left Thvnkiv-
issued about
agency leg
invitations to compete and schedule
games to the rear. Other clubs have been announced in addition game .
..1t _here** Gainesville. St. Augustine Ph$1 .
I Ii
_4 SI b1M tad Orlando had played more. ) given a chance of getting into the'i last January.i to a full card of elimination races. r indications all three last night pointed towards ing. .Par he" ..54$48.*. I I IMw.

into select quartet should one of those The Orlando show will, provide accepting. The JajCees. Mose Pharmacv ..... 4154.53 P.fr .
#s5 pitching began to come
!, top four falter Umatilla and I YANKS BUY GRIDDER | classes for both stock-horse and "We'll get a crack field again .
are itsWshardware
Newman, Insurance and 0. .... .. ..
,t. own during the past two weeks j i this time because were to .. )
Owner Ted Col- going
.. . .. 'iI. best' proof of that was Zellwood. running-type Quarter Horst'S.and will, compete In It* N.v.ss AI-.... I.. "w. "
...lw. and the I lins of the Boston Yanks of the pay 100 per cent pnze money reduce i
Today's feautre will be the judging will be both at halter
0 game circuit which will play on .Men- Hsie ("481 5 ..... -
1 to j
P'...... ..Sis S tnt sensational -lnning National Football League an- the size of the card and .

--- d .... ... .a.. SIa trtory for Banford over DeLandBatorday tussle between Apopka and Cler I nounced yesterday the purchase of''' and at work. eliminate the skeeter races. That I day and Thursday nights. Waver;\ l44.. 55.. S.AlI.ass .. ..
the home lot The
stock-horse classes
on Apopka will be
.... .. i4.fla. nl ht July 19.! League j I Iefftctate TavaresJ I| George Cherverko of Hazelton. Pa.. I should improve the card consider- Varner said pitchers rated Class
starting at 3:30: p.m. | judged 50 per cent on conformation "
.... $54 lei ar*) claiming a worlds.tgs.ntzed ) former Fordham fullback. from. ably. J. P. [Red] Howell association : A would not be allowed to hurl .
of the of' and 50
not one powers per cent on performance -
.. ....... .. . baseball record for ) the Los Angeles Rams. The buying business manager. explained. I in the league but that a few of -

'. .. .. .. A1Hoa .eerrleu innlnm. for the fact that 1 the league this season always !| price us not disclosed including cutting and rein- II I the younger less experienced hurl- .. A..-. ..,
musters club for their ing obstacle
a battling an arena race, and
.. .-. -- "JStt &-. both starters-Lake and Alonzo : r calf POLO SITE SET !' ers now pitching in the Dais A ._ ... 1.
game with their ancient rivals roping..
.. ... ...... .... Sent all the way. and for the fast I Mount Dora whom they meet 'on i I 1 find Ocoee at Winter The running-horse cfasses will DETROIT I API Detroit will be league would be eligible. He added ... "'---_-- Pss se
Park Winter
vs.Mu.Z" ; Uut Lakes homer In the 19th the latter's field in the day's secI I I Garden at Zellwood and Eus-- be judged 50 per cent on conformation I host to the annual National AAU : that the Winter league u expectedto << iWb ..flI.. .... ... .
.. the tilt No one has contested top-grade pilch- ...
w-eo Men's Outdoor Water Polo Championships develop more .
ond best offering. Other games tis at Umatilla. and 50 per cent on performance -... ... AI.
- .. .. ... the claim. It was the longest I I'N the latter to be judged Aug. 16-17 at the Rouge cr5. ...., ... a .....
.. .1 NIs ..ftI .aaw In league history. topping Park Pools. It
on speed (l75<;;eJ. chute manners wth %eatt 45 ...0
...s. .. ..... tt* previous 17-lnning affairs of CONGRESS DATES: SET
[115%] and track manners [ 10J.1 I .5555w S 4th .
.....-Ee .4_ f ., ether yearsDurtnx Major League AveragesNATIONAL I The running-horse performance The Brooklyn football Dodgers I BA'ITLE CREEK 1 AP) Pre C pen .. ."54 SI

... -- .. .. .... ...... the past two weeks the judging will be run off as a conventional : 'of the All. America Conference O Brown of the American Baseball ....... ...... eM -

l.. r .. .... M Azaleas has .'0111 of 15. with elimination racing meet. ]have instituted a new profit sharing Congress yesterday set **. .,... i.atai *

-= : ': Oatnesvtne next with nine wins LEAGUE CLUB BATTIN8 Swords ..... I........ Day G.... As proposed by T. J. Durrance scheme in which their em- 20-28 as dates for the annual .34. NP...... .....

In 13 starts. Orlando won 10 of Clyk 6 Ak II H 2k 3k Mr MM I Sk PCB 3s4. Z3 I Jr., Brighton breeder who head1 I 1 ployes and players are participating amateur 'Little World Series" t.

.. DrUM 17 8anford eight of 14 while De- .... .... If ... ..... Land split 16. St Augustine Tick. U lx ped" nine of 15. and ' Brak II l W>4" 4o3 fit 141 2* 49 411 47 .X*. I......... ..II :1'7 l.Tt tsu in l| tl 111 17 25* Orlando meet will besrheeduled '
"t.- llltl, I* SMI tM 7M 117 SI M3M2X: .2iS: IWtroll 1. !*.! I; oier a three-day
drop-I I !s i;) 21 II 111 11 IS! .
..... ....... .. Daytona both dropped 10 of Pill>.k U SIlOS! 3"5 H' 117 XI *T S7I 11 .245 | Jlo.10. .x t-l in'* iv 114 11 :J U* I* 214 1. period.
... .-... ., ... teen. m. L. 812n2441177512051! S111' 17 .til 1 ,.b'....* 8. M. 2 ot 7H 11% S* 27T* SI 247HMD. j
''1111.. M X>.X :*4. 7* 1>* 22 *1 SII XI .X"7 I .. II 27K2 ,2 .al liw :2* 27 !'f 37 .:U After receiving of all livestock I

(.hKMO! M <*1.' 21* 75S: IM XI 3233812.273 I Ptiila. an ;!I:;; ;',| 1''n 137 34 ;j8 jjj 11 .:u i entries on the morning of the first ; :you CA" -'

I _- ...... ..... ...... .55 SillS C.U _..k ISJNl 'WUIIIDA'IL' j St. Lnuil 8J 2SiI 311 183 lIZ 31 < 31) l. 212 ,I day. a parade of horses downUon \''' HAl'.. -
: In Orlando is .
AMERICAN suggested for 4:30 ,
II S Sa all Sb IIW w' Wk .
Pe.Braokln WHErLEY1
P A C B '
I Cluk 6 Club e PO A
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: a .. S .* IM IW 2* 4.1* 4t* .27 .24M ., It7 S* II 4New horse competition will be judged
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SI It I. I** 11 ai III ilT .JM 11 8t' Loon __,__ f. K:*J ."X 72 .8 .'7irinrtmutl 4Ih1gtOB ___ It 2755 841 n II .3434.'7' I, under lights during the evening.
F JI' ** an U.241.Pp
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I M U ft .U it W !1M .'x xwin Second day will see judging of
I S n n n 4 ss at 42* w .2" 24 __ *8 X341 144. >1 II T4 Philadelphia ___ II 2,,4S tw 71 n 'TIBottna
Ii. S r .. i** 414 ii t.* tu 141 .24N PMUb.if.h ___ IT Xl-X *PI 8 1 13 ..74Nw _____. || 2337 *,>4 n II .277St. stock-horse entries at halter beginning -
II I ft Ii M ii* tu 11 an IM iii .2i< York ___ SJ X1HX 441 M 7T ..I4BoMm Loulf d__ __ IS 22 jl .n 74 IS .71 at 10 ajn... followed by 1
___ __._ ST X30S S4 f 7 7. ..71 Detroit __ 17 2321 *71 IT M .71
races I running-horse performance I
S_ iMii* n, A C la* Da Pet Triple pl.r-4nicaa: *
I ........ TM* lilt IT* t71 .l .IWtl NATIONAL LEAGUE: INDIVIDUAL lUTINGrl..CI. judeing beginning at 2 pm.
___ 114 lit TT* I* .132 RECORDS AMERICAN LEAGUE INDIVIDUAL I :Third day will see' judging of

_. CM. >. lie tuvwa .n 44 ..5445S. R !k 3k Kr RM Pe.M BATTING RECORDIS I
S Ak H racing-type hordes at
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l fit lira m 1U J3 .543 1hl_. fll L-PbU SOS 47 105 11 7 S J7 ..S44Pidgftt 4 Club 6 Ak R H 2k 3k hr rbl Pa.Peten at 10 a.nu. with a barbecue I
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McCK Fhl.Bat 4> 1X5 U 4* X X XX 3X4 Fun,.. Wain. 2* 51 1* 1. 1* .133 For the sale
head ofregistered :
Gutter PItt *7 J3S .J 107 11' 4 .8 .ll* I some NEW 1947 RiI.c
.*lar*. lit t.,. 53545: 1111145.245.2l4 & niihaaM. tan | :8: M n l* i* tl .33* | 4.-A
Vie': I ........ SrI..4. 17 AI.I IT I 41 .:il .2MH Boo*. PhUa. M 4T 15 1 S 1 S :II* t tG. '| M." bell. Cl... 47 15.; SI 11 1 11 Ji. i Quarter Horses will be
: r44_ Psi..ui 17 If"1f 1..1 177 .-..4Tnaen Mr,7s.T.rk 112451* 571153571.311 kHI Detroit IS !:!3 3* 15 IS. 11% 3iApnUni carefully selected. An auctioneerof
IS - .- ."'.. Cincinnati T4 XI* X4 Tl e X 4_.37 317 thlrem M 123 II 11 :2* 5 I M 11* i
S mw *r *M 55 III S 1* II s' X3 national I
-.. .. ... 5.555. UWMM M IM *. N S II 47 .*..4 .tflHi w. Cooper ..r. 72 r* II IT 13 XI 71 .313 I'..*. New lorh. 2* 22 It. B 1 2 .>U I j reputation will be appointed -
i. .. .ft. . .*... 5.*(. M IM ii .1. t si m .i"j Medvtck m. 4.. 4" 81 IX X7 4 3 1* .11* 1 THaav ".. .. Detroit 21 II t 11 I' S 5.14* ,. to cry the sale. '.11 DOWN : !
d V4aU. IWLw4 *4 r* M I** I I II 17S ..242T Cincinnati M 3X7 43 101 1* ( 1 43 Tn* .I IKwr. Harriet Chtrae. 1* 1* 1 I' S S I 313 i I
sI : : = = Rostoa M S22 H 55 If 1 a 31 :37 I _
I. _. hWu tl 11 41 *T S a II .J.l .341: Hnlmra. Mrletkr. Phil 71 211 II MilIS 313INUIaier
: .' . .. .. ....... Palvka. M ail II'. 1 I U .:>2 .Kw I Flit.. 04 1X1 tt ft 14 I XS M .in* ; M, U T* 297 41 (2 13 S 1 24 31* Orlando NU I
Legion .
: S S 0 55 *.. a mo .4 a** II IM i* ai i .n>* Jortmeea. Baa _:Tl a.I 7* X* S a 1S KM |I rRoMneon. .. Boetta . M l>* ST 111 14 S 5 14 : MMrtlntna I $ I
: 1051sL1 pl.o. 5.s n jvt 55 *> 2 M 3* .i<<* .-tI. *. 11 157 7T IB* IT t XI :US 1 1Walker. !N. Terh 87 III S I 57 11 X 8.* .a** I
u .. __ . A. II U 11 II I 1 S .21* .IT' Ban M 3445 41 *4 15 5 I* ..355False. i' Uakefield DelroU *. Ml 31 f It 4 :7 -37 ; First State
a.-- I'*UM t* >44 t. .1. 554.111.271 Chx-no 17 tt. 14 M 11 S S S* 3fl.t 1\'rI.ht. Chlratv, ...II Iff* II 47 S' t 1* .291leaner I Plays
a ; u: = = _. at in ii It' 111 .is* .ST' Vauthan. Ban. 41 81 1* XS a 1 t 1* ...1 Detroit 4* tt 12 2* IX 1 2* IM
I : 544. 5.44A M SU It 5. I 1> 41 .1TIt ..574S444. ('.....rtt*. ChL .. 72 173 un t 1 31 .** I\ MrBrlde. Bitn.Wh. 12 M I 21 21 5 1* 292 1 Title AT MLT
: : = = ..._. 54 131 t II tT. a u .11P ..25a555.L M. McCk. Boa. 41 15* XI 41 'I I XI .MX ((1Baumnolu. \'. JoN_. :So T. TI tot 3* Tl 11. S 17 .2 II' Tilt Thursday
I .. 'J' U 0 WI 55 Una II IM 14 4* t lilT .... Cin.. M 171 SI III M 4 a XI .11 f -'*, N_ T. It 1:1.7 'l I* It ST .28
i 5 0 If si .... __. ._ 41 IU 1* 41 I 11 .a*! .:v. Blauxhter. IX U:_ IT 32* S* M XI S 1 17 :Jl I UBleoctaeeUi pane*. W..... It 27* II I* IX S II 4* .:a7 Orlando's unbeaten Legion base-
I .. . .. ... ...-, 44 fllta 4* IIS I* 14 S X 11 Ml .ITI Pit 11 TI T 11 I I I 1* ..*, Heath. at ....... H 27* M T* II S IT St IM" ball team. 6th District
it. I I.. 00 55 k_. .._ a... II >. I* I* I S l* .344 .:71 [ Ed....... Bin. 7433124 Tl I. 53.235 tH t Bern >ew TOSS .SI 11 24 41 1 1 T 24 .:Tt* champions
. ... . .. $1552I ...-. rtik. at II* II It. II 11 .211 .21' I Bmtoa .. Tl tt* 42 Tl II 1 S t* 'III! !11Mllott. '._... St. Loult S* 114 2* 41 SI t 21 .23Blnaa. will play their opening game in
.- .. .. .1 1555.4. ilaiiai at 375 71 11 S 7 41 277 .255 Rotten U 29* 4* ** 1* 4 a 5* X9I . Phil. ejat is SI 17 2 2:8 .,., the State American Legion Junior ; 1
_ aS .a: I25II r* $... Pay t< 1t I* IX 223.245.244u.s. : : i I Ennla. 2454*. TS K* 37 141 II 4 T 41 :297 Fain. Phlla. __._ 7S 249 31 7* 11 2 I 1* .21PHIUar < Baseball 46-
" --Wl8l IWLn1 ** IJ:>* 42 17 I IS U .!* :81 I Tbonnoa %. T 7* !>* II M IT 4 1* 111 11 ,I China" *I 134 IS .4 17 I 1 2S .:a. I Tournament at Tampaon
M.>.lH*. DWMU .14 SIT M 14 4 II tJ .255 .33 Fnrtllo. 34*.. 72 fa 1* 71 IX S T M :ZW IlonkT. .-*. :tew: T.rk M 17 II 1* II * .(M I Thursday. Coach Carlisle
__ *) .*4l. W. A>|. II .u 42 n. III U .111 rbiI-1l 1.. Tl Ml U *4 11 1 W .IM I IRikard. $__. .... Lmle .Tl M2 a* 71 It 5 91* :711 I Hughes announced
.... 1344..d M aa n in u 21 .n' .z .I tin. M IT* 1* SI 11 S 14 .IM I 31.114. rtetnlt I* IK* S3 M 14 t 11 44 s'l I I yesterday
ft555.. 54. *. u art 41 utrtnan. 1 11 II .n7 .211 Utwhileh. Baa. SI IM 1* 4* X t 4 11 .M* IManhalL New Terk 1% 237 II M 11 I 4 3* :27* I The Orlando nine will swine
JAIAUM'S NEW _* *rf. tl M I H I I .ITS .211 I :NT. ._ (I 32X .* '1 I $2. IS .2*. Mel. Boftoa IS 231 31 (4 4 S 0 13 2'T 'I into action at 1:38 pm.: Thurs-
$ .LL. S. A. It *5, 44 5 I 55 33 33 .241I55. : Tort_.. N. T. II 7& 1* 12 4 1 I 1* .2'1' 1 Fkmlnt Cleiel S3 n* 21 3* 6 1 1 2* 2"T I IF
S'4a5d 71 111 I* S1373S.344.26S: : Torgeson Boa. 78 H 45 !3 IX 4 U St .Xtti" ,.. CleteliMl '7.""* 1* U 13 1 0 21 .2iTeet I day at Plant Field in Tampa
-**. ltoa.4 7? 147 17 14 X I 21 tl .":,. Mart _.. T4 X47 11 -71 U t 23 .... 1 tvuhiniiea' _M 211 II I* It S I* 271 1 against' an unknowq foe in a
Hal**.!. Pel Gel M MI.I 71 11 4S X67 IM 'I Wlllkua. Chi. IT IM 13 72 14 1 I It .l game.
........ **.ear< 4S 171 17 14 I 1 11 2IS .157tnraa Pita. _.. 33 !M S 27 0 . a XH7 Bonoa 5% 1 11 22 47 12 1 1 IS .ftRlaawt
*. *7 "1" .453543.22.334 Htrdoo :N. T. _. 7* 231 31 71 11 a T SI 2U j *. New. Terk II 32* 42 M M S 14* .M'I I drew a first-round bye in the _
eicl lull II. ..*. JS III 14 18' XX* .17* .U* MMU Boatoa ._ M IS! XX 41 I X II ...-, | Kolleoajr. ChlcalS* 1*7 1* SI II 1 IS .:!*' 10-tfam tourney .of district 4
rUrk. Palaiaa M1XI1 S* X la .2K 1 J5 Ro eIL Bnetoa ,8435124 S* S 33.251'' ...Ift. Detroit 54 114 11 3* 8. 5 I .*&, I
I Helm. BkaIX 17* XI M ;n X 22 24 i iv I Inu. Man. .,....., ........15841 23143 12* .:*7 I champions.
PhI... _ IT M* M *T II 21 .181 1 j Ternea l\e..h. II 327 4* 17 11. 3.. .IMthtt. : Hughes said the tournament
K.... :NT. __ t. Ki unit S X 2* ..*, I H\' IWtroil 25 31 i B 2 S 1 .25Lewtt. schedule listed six Wednesday ----
Kanmski It.! 1.. 8. SIT 43 SI 11 2 SI .20' : rVilhintton 523514 7112 ( 34443''! games ,
H/zzoner/64/ ......1Ir. BoMan .' X* (I I II 1 S .IT' )f.,..... Phil. 17273* 7* I' 4 SI, .23Vale. the opening date with six

= 81. I,. 71 26* 33 71 1* X XX2.S i Phila. .7' 247 IT *J la 4 ;I.-*akenaedr. i I games again on Thursday three tad a ;ain bear!: than ever before '
CII. .. *% 258 28 M ll X 11* .278 I| (11...... l't.t 77.* 1 t 17 .M2keltner. ,
( .......rt. :NT. M M IT XX 4 I 11 X-S I I51uIa1. C...., 4 I* Id* 24 7S 11 2 'a. .22Roblnaon. Friday, the semi-finals at 2 p.m. .ew 1946 Jvertone ""SuperPower' ,
Others Enter Bt L. .- 14 SXS IX I* 1* T 1* II 2M :N. Terk 4* IIS 13 I* r. 4 1* .2*! Saturday and the finals at 1:30 3 ,
oe. BlattMr. N. ;.. = XT 131 21 IT I X 5 IX :X"4 !Judolcn. f>l. Loula 77 K4 12 (9 H 2 11 11 .261Kntar ; pm. next Sunday.IIi91Q.i9i'OWAOE1. gives you *rr rything yov'v.waited _
R.....,. :N. T. ___ T* 328 M *. 1* X 11: 41 I'l Phlla. *l 22* 27 SF12 0 12* .2.;.' i I for in a cor radio at a moderate .
Roaae. Ban. _ '1 11 SS H IS X 1* 41 n 1Hattoa. 45,1.. IJeuott I* 101 17 21 4 I S .2j:* I. .'
Links TourneyThe "'bI. 84 t!>2 3* f* IS 4 S 3* 271 1 '5.41,,. l''No'o.. ..17 201 47 72 1* 3 5 12 .2a* price. Listen while you travel __ I .
._ )1......... 1\ ..h. II J, 1 1* '
*rmatek. IlnL 71 22 It Tl IX 4 X iii 2"l a I' S a 2:* . to mtnic. boB an
Had..1n4e 54 174 2* 4T 'I I 11 27* 'E..... betrvtt *I 23* 1* 61125 a 1* .2VMMkvrlrn ? news games w ,
little town of South Bay j i Tounf XT.-Lia: SS 111 XI 44 1111. 41 : ., Clerei 74 113 M T* 12 1 54 .IjJi I your favorite program now broughtto 3 .4
I LaJI.._ Cin. .. M 22* 2* SI 12 X S 27 i !I.lrph...... nt. L. *13543: 711221147.52'I U c
Just south of Belle Glade is going with; clearness and the .
,('.... Pitta. ___ 71 2M 41 7* 14 4 T XS .17'1 'Early, ft. Loult 5212722 32 I 2PITCHINGAVERAGES 3 Jl 253 I I AI4QPAPR you -new -
to lose 1U Mayor for at least one j I 1Id..1.. .*... ChL 4* 131 IS IS 'I I 17 1' fine of your home
I st L. .. .U13425 35 1 '
day maybe three on Aug. 8. I =:... ntla. 32 4* It I 1IS.245j* T :2IS 1 Player' 4 Club 6 I* H Bk ft* Gt W L .... : CIVILIAN OR radio ;

I .....-. Pitta. 4* 12S 21 U 41 4 21 .2.4 I Harder 4.lnld I 51 S3 17 1* 4 1 ._..1 II. 4I.L-THI BI.TPLACB
It all depends on how His 1 1I ;Jfl55.LtIc2I34I43.S 80112 12".343 '! Ph.. .. :>. Irk I* 13* 5441N41211.750 TO FIX T
R ... _ lIut Bcuan M *
Honor golf game holds out. ; > 11 38 tl 17 1 I 34 .161 I .
Pate, New Trk at
2 403164 75745
Zmtxrt. On. 81 25* M IT 11' 1 13 ...
I For the present incumbent ............. PIt... 71 25* 4n tl 8 t IS M .J* (*handler X T.rk IS 1S *T S* .4 U * .'12 .
Utyor Eddie Butler. and nine oth-i!i tIclMffl.... (hl. II 2/* 1* SX X X a 31 .1 .'-. Bmtoa _I* 121 It* M 05 T 11 S .*HIJohnaaa.
Boston "II IS 21 21 2 ReceaVer-Under-Dosh
:>. (2 II .161 Mounting
Lombanll. T.21 I It I' 213.25: tOR DEPENDABLE 4.
members of the
er Country Club Johnaon. New Turk l* II IT It t 41 87Rcjmoldt. *, V
I Lanaeno. Ban. 241SX * 1 1
of the Everglades Belle Glade. '1 H.MI. Phlla. _. 4* 131 14 * 11 .X:* 1 . N. TorN. 22 1S 132 IS I* 11 11 .SITMaiehlldon. .\-. Any C cr.
PbU. 2* 151 12* II 71 1* 1* 6 ...l3H. RADIO SERVICE
filed entries to in (.lltam. Phil 41 71 2* 4 1 5 4 .2.34 t :
participate the
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,...... CbI. It f 1 "l 2S 22 1 SI ..80PtIw. ; .
KntUkr" *1 M* 41 71 1* t 13 II 1.U
sixth annual Florida State Open 1 I i ., ;Sow Terk. 11.* 44 2* 24 1 X .to* .
_..lei<. Phlla. T7 213 U t* II 1 8 14 253 I CALL '
... .
!* . Phlla. XI IM 11 45 41 t T I .>> New
i ..... . 3 Superhetero'cfyhcrClfewrto /7
? .
Oolf Tournament which starts 5511 SS IM 23 S* 13 S 4 M XVSj : .
Feller. 41eTeland 22 1:I 117 SI 11* 1* 11 .:>T'
8,585.114.04. IIt.L. .0 2447< 11 If II' II ..1.11Xurlln.
at Dubsdread Country Club Aug. i 2 Wire*. IXaahinitoa 2* 14* IIS 57 If 11 11 aKlerk .571 ASSOCIATED 5300
C34. 128 31 I. 13 .s.w '
I. i !_ Cleveland II 1-J 14 48.' T 8' .S71N I
,-_. IMU* :i lea 14* Je m 14 i* .234 ,1 4 MechanIcal Type Push Buttons" I
The Belle Glade delegation I PITCHING AVERAGES Gill...... CkKaao IS M II 13 27 1 I I .SMGalebewM .

welled the present entry list to I Playr-CI I 6 I* H Bk S* Gl W L Pe.B.aca'fU. 8U.-Bit 1* M 11 It 2* 4 14 .t Cin. XI IT* 127 M 111 17 IT t ...5 0......*. Detroit 1* 11 71 17 14 t 1.,1 "
more than 65 names. Denny 'II 1 K35. $. Chlcai .._ 22 57 M 31 XI 4 1 ."" kinder" ",. Louu 1* 11* !*3 41 *8 I S .S43Neaeoak O Automatic Volume Control ,
Champagne Dnbsdread pro and (...,.. 841*. 24* 5* U 21 7 I,771Spahn. Wh.-:NTH; 111 117 43 n I 7'.5JItF..I. 144NOLE
I Boaton XX 15* 127 SI t, It 11 .7 ; tournament director, said 7es1 1 ......... PhiL I* 121 111 2* S* 1* II 4 .713MuBter. Trout Detroit 1* 13 121 S* S2 5 72 .5nMeaienan ? "
terday. JX. 1., 14 114 113 M *T T a a ..727TnBUe. 4'..h. .IS 13* 1" I* 1 7 4 T 7 .S** Razor-Sharp Selectivity _
MiNer than 24. T. IT K .* 14 13 S S T14 Paplth. Chirat. 21 11* S* 14 S3 1 II .:00'T..u.
ever "We've over 65 names in right Barney. Bka. IT II M 43 X* a 1 T14 Pmroit 21 lo* *T SI 13 4 f S ,JMBenton.

now and we're getting more inevery JIr'scb..n.OtL.171441323* 521311 S .To* Unroll 1* *l !f] 43 24 I I I .SftI 7-Inch I Dynamic Speaker
_. "*It.. IWtrott ._ 22 34 17 M THRU--
Pin IT 71 17 1* 31 4 T I .7CTartar. II 1 1 .55Rch4b. .
day I think it's safe to predict I Ban. 21 111 II *.* 3* T T 1 .:ee Phil. -,, 11 71 71 13., 4 1 1 .SM ..,

,4.. ,.... ntl enjoy eves that mell have a field of at : Branca. Bka. 17 117 142 44) M 11 18 T .191Janten. I Lee Chkno _. I] Cl S4 it 41 1 32 5M .
least 150 entries." Champagne N. T. II 113 11* IX 41 a 4 .f 2Heara. F..... P1. IL 23 121 11* M 4* 7 IT .42lhrtalopber 1 THE. _
IX. L. II II 8& Jl 37 I I 1 .8S7 Phlla. :S SS 41 1* 21 II .4.iHooaoa. : - -. -
..t., ..!Ug 'lUr.u.k" :I ThoinDioB. N T. 15 18 3* 27 11 S 4 t .*S7 WooS. 14 12 IT 4* 21 4 SIlopat. ..>> I _ -
said.No qualifying round will be play- 440*.. Phil. __ 11 111 1X1 1* 37" * S .'0 Chlcal* IT 132 11* 44 S* > 1. .... v AIR
"" Y.4 "'''' ...and I | Hertune. ". T. II 5714441 37 S T 4.I: Kraawr. >L Louis IT 12* 111 87 II 0 r. ..431Zoldak.
ed. "Well have a big field but I I !!tift. .__ tl 147 135 MS S3 11 11 T tkodo. BU Louis _II IT I* 11 1. t 14 .42:* '

_f. #1 *tar In these weH play 18 holes Friday 18 Sat- : ,.. T. XI: 1S1 IIS 'X 4* T 1* 4 .*1* H....... Bait* It 121 117 ST Tl t I 1 .IMRiener. DEWX US1' bjTING
and 36 the time I ISunday's : l b155a*. ('111. 11 II to M 17 1 S 1 ..02307flRIirHIr. I Chtnn 11 51 42 13.. 1 I' .4MKcarberevl This small electric hoist insures a
urday Sunday. By }I Pit 11 104 U 82 441 ( S IIS | *. "'..... 11 S* S2 tt 14 I II .IMItorUa. profit from handling materials M
.. rtuct' THt by Jarmantf finals roll around. the'' Brtlle. f-t. L. 24 14 IM S* SI S S I :*"* I I .. -1518S IS.' 1.' :3* 1* X S J& well
04.11,.. PanUn. ".. Loala 15 M 77 I!* it I IS J7SG u from manufacturing mi.
field will be trimmed down to Bka. II IIS: lit *S 4* 6 * .40'
>**it 19 Jjrmn's famous : Mner. lal. .. 21 41 41 IS 21 1 1 1.an* I ..ttel Cleraland 13 tl S2 21 M 1 IS .I'SMiinmW. ; tentJa With Zip-Lilts to handle
championship size. Champagne : Lrickana. Lii.1 M TT SI 42 X 4 1 ST1Barmi. .... L. 1* III 127 17 47 S 11' .Ji3 them mattnals move last-on Matches Dash 'Panel All Cars '40 to '47
I Lmbree. Cleveland 1* IM II. on
friqJh.stis .f 1..nd explained. Boatoa II 117 1JT SX XI T a :SSKnmeaj. ST S 4 I .333 ,
I Haefncr.ih. and oft
NT.. 1IMMM3STTIS31Otnlten. 17. 209 4* 21 S 4 I .333 mchin.l1ollg assembly
Favored entry to date is Pete. .In.. I* 4* 41 22 coil. >an. Phlla. IT Tl M 34 3* 4 1.0 333 lines-in atoie.
17 S T 4 S3:! 1 rooms-oa
.. W*J r hip. Come I (_ .Meat 1*
> II 4J 24
Cooper of Ponte Vedra. two-time Berr Chi. XS 115 11* t* SI 0 I T S33 1 II 131 i loading pltllormi At the touch ei
Lade CUraa. IT . Plerettt. Watk.. If II 51.. 21 1 t 4 ..133Fiona. 5.00 Nt .. .
winner and defending champion. US 1IT 47 It S 7 1 4'eHeiat ...
I* **J try a fair today. '.. Pit Phil IS 7* M t* XS 4 4 4 .SBator. Phila. II HI 17 4* 11 1 4 I ""I S button. Zip-Lift put bids exactly 5- -
Another late Bo- B* *ne. New. Terk 1* I INS I
entry was George __ t* II 7 t 5 .31
PilL 1* M I* 17 II t a 1..3s0 ... ,. ,, where wanted-laY skilled
"' < Ll* U IS I* IT 11 1 1 7 ,3H52vl.
lesta of Tampa who recently. turned i I II Belt dt.. Pitta.HtL. PhltSTSSMl4ttrna. IX 71 7* II XI 3 t 4 .u.D . Chlnta 1t:18: SI 2* 31 X S .2MStepheu worker' time and energy-conserve pM _s4 ...
pro. lie.el IS S4 41 1* 2* 1 X T wherever
222Potter. manpower loads
Ultbe. IM 1X1 71 M I I ._
*u Lwila11 ST 14 X* 4* 1 X a ..Wi
Srteaa. Phil ll &74XlXlltS ._ must be moved. For faster pro
|I -....... Pl1-Bk 2t *4 77 47 24 2 1 .4410
Both' IWacJt and/ fan Birmingham Selects (1.4544.. Bka. -- 11 II 71 S* II I 1 1._ duction at lower coat, you need
I I I'I kart. Bo *a tl 17 11 I 4 2 .440 KILL Zip-lofts la your plant
PoUett. IK. L.._ X* 1** 111 S* 47 I a a .N i' HIS
Ocala Training Site i j Walter t'I*. 1* 31 f* tl 14 t S S .17$
|I I all I'IttL i* ai 81.* is i a a ..375I FLEASTorment '
I CScctol' to 'The Sundoy Sentinel.Star] ;> VaaderUerr. On 1* M II SX 14 t 4 7 .Ml IHIIOIbn. I i :, Built .
nilla. X* lag M 4* 14 4 I ..131LonbanU. J ByHARNISCHFEGER I ., 1. : 71>* extra ftrONPTM aa ft* Ml tperformoeX
Bar- Dust
OCALA-The Birmingham II..... H 77 J* 41 :32 1 I a ..331.Uwlj. . < '
ons. Class AA :Southern Assn. Cin.. "as.* II 21 X I | ..133I I I y.. .
....III. (... 21" T* 14 XI X X 4 .331 will kill the fleas "
farm club of the Pittsburgh Johmaa. *44. IT 17 M IT 11 1 t 4 .313OkrkMB. I CORP. OKyoKaw yaw fa) tl naanyOteck

Pirates will train here at the St. L.- ta la'* t* M 5., 3 j n ijj on your dog in rhtm el rW MM
Ocala Baseball Park next Spring. *)';<*. Chicago 13 >4 111 II 21 t 1 7 30*
: BafTer. II TT 30 seconds-if it fails
FhU-CU IM nil. 1 1.m* it
of the Chamber'ofCommerce ,
Bill Bird
...1ItIt.. ChL 14 US 111 St It 4 I It .14Petenoa
announced yesterday. Cm. IT 111 M II sa t S a .floe is free! Harmless to the .

Bird said Gen Mgr. Eddie Glen- I . pin x* ii TI i* M t a a .taTeiaeUe. New _
:\yIII 11 US IS 11 4 1 a 171 dog.
non of the Barons had committed I Caw Boa-NT l3TtMXtXX4)a) .X3eKraun. ;'

the club to train here for a four .: Cin. 11 IS II 1* X4 1 t 4.30' 1 lb. box $1.00 BAILEY S
I.'I I Stria'eb, Pitta. II a 1 71 IS II I I 4 .1Ot S Push-Bus.. 7.. ..-.
I week starting March 3. 34.
period .
1 ; Borkhan, II&. 1... 8 llStlll* 114 _.30 V4 lb. box _ _ _ 30c I F
I Minneapolis
The Barons replace the SwID-la Aatasos

Millers. Class AAA AmerIcan Sold by Feed, Seed and I 44 /tL 7-1achDy'p

Assn. farm club of the New Hardware MOTOR .7
York Giants who are moving S Headsasie f.Wr-i _I_

) training quarters from here to PatentedWILLIAMS'

Sanford. 5&ftez 'l.'M.fUi1id Orange at W-ws
I. 1 Hour Frr *. P'i:
i' I There are 1.743 cities In. the MANCFACTCBERS: n. a

Ave. I I U.s. with organized recreation pro- I 20S Sooth Fammore St. 7S N. Garland Phone 81S6 ". !!f 11 ::

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I 1 it Fishermen Have CITED:Trouble Hambletonian Rated Wide-Open SpectacleBerry / i

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Solunar Theory-Knight a. ---- --.,.. a I Orlando, Florida, July 27, 1947 cljr l 1 iuifcuj S-rnt; l-*tar fcafi f I IJ I
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. . I Placed
'. 'M:"I' of Sc nor Tob'esl! 1 ; THE ROCK'S LICENSE MISSING I Ij
1NIh Ba tfe.ealtv.. it r.mea <. me that bait fishermen Gil Coan Sets

:: .. M eta T!!! lfl the So1"0** Theory. They tell .
, l Ip.. .-" me High in WealthyOld
tf4e iw, cy

11IIl ilia r .* way ftthinc tuccessful.'on book While time"these and reports that are the t rI Torrid TempoIn Graziano Makes Big Joke OfNewYorkBoxingCommission( n

.. llrll ..t a )fettle
disturbing it is not difficult to II IIr Sulky Pull
-rlt.j: w11p ltaap fewraHy are perfectly true. I .

... aan ftehermen are lazy fishermen. They I I SouthernATLANTA

Ue .h111 ...... aoMunl of equipment' and a supply of Ir FRANK ECK ,
lAP New,feo-ures Sports Editor] i
Then they just go fishing balt.l p'3 x44l I
trust to fishermen's luck. GOSHEN N. ,Y.. -This Is the l a t r [UP A pair of polished 'I Sr HARRY GRAYSON

them take the trouble to find out place where the city slicker gets q [ flycatchers Gil Coan of I l\EA b.r'> .x]

SOIUNAR' TABLES anything. about the habits of the ,, a chance to meet his country Chattanooga and Hal Jeffcoat of I NEW YORK [NEAT As a
Nashville, set a blistering knocked
pace i out challenger. Rocky
IM .... fish they are trying to catch. cousin once a year. That's when last week to take honors
Thereto top in Graziano was\ just another fighter
Le Ibis .:: frequently Uea a pitfall they run the Hambletonian. rich- the Southern Association batting' whose license was revoked by the
.. .... Take bait fishing for bass, - scramble
u. est of trotting races for 3-yeaf- New York Boxing Commission.All .
F. M.... .W for Instance. While many bass. olds. The 22nd running of the I,... .. '" Both youthful ballhawks and, Chmn Eddie Eagan did in
.N.. either. in a lake or a river, take both rated by the talent scouts
Me j.e $55.000 sulky pull is set' for Wed- ." ,. : as giving Graziano the boot was send
,... Iho. Yost up residence along the shorelines.I Ia nesday. Aug. 6. --. two of the Dixie circuit's choicest: the only big match of the yea:
e piled. ,... great number of them live off.,) It will be run over Bin Cane's .prospects for the majors next to Chicago drive a lot of money
there In the deep water. There i i ila triangular mile track with possi- WAY YONDER . TOM BERRY UP I ;year, there was only seven percentage out of New York including a sizable -

t 't t. \I. little food for them In the open j bly a dozen colts and fillies answering . two-time winner, with one of 1947's favorites.The . points difference betweenthe sum in taxes.

115. L It... \lal waters where they live. Thus t the starter's call. Forty- I, two in official averages But as middleweight champion -
previous Tompkins and Ham- top filly in the race. She led fillies I eluding last Wednesday's In'I'I
M t.
I I" IM: when they are hungry they must two standardbreds are eligible and and the man who came
bletonian ,,winners are Spencer. in with Jeffcoat moved
money won $23.109 I into first
I N 1.. IM the is wide the back Graziano make t 3
: race as as laugh
open a
I. 110 to the shallows where food 3 U ,
Greyhound Rosalind Bill Gallon last season and will be trained anddriven with a .362
I average resultlnl'from
1 >M :U surrounding countryside.It I out of the New York board.
.. 131 ,tl" abundant. Volo Song Yankee Maid and Titan by Frank Irwin I 155 safeties in 428 appear- Championed by the National
: aN AU right Mr. Baitfisherman costs about start
$1.000 to Hanover. ances at the prate Coan
I 1 I'alt I Like Hoot Mon, Volotone and I mauled Boxing Assn. he is more than welcome -
: anchors his boat In a trotter in this race, beginI I opposing
1 14 a likely spot I I I pitching to add 17 in
Way Yonder second best Mighty Song, are Castleton every other State.
ii and begins to fish. Then a Solu- ning with a $10 fee when the points to his average during the !'
1 .
money winner as a juvenile, is Farm eligibles. Mighty Song is Eagan could save a further bad
tN 3e nar period comes in. A high trotter is foaled. Final paymentor week to climb into second with i,
percentage i I well liked by many because his a full brother to Victory Song i situation by licensing Graziano in
...... II. of the bass leave the starting. fee of $500 is due I trainer-driver is Tom Berry. who winner of the first beat last : .355. New York. ,
::,.--= deeper water and move into the the day before the race. |! has won two classics. lie scored year but ninth and second, respectively Memphis giant first sacker Ted 'I''I The commissioner admits the ..AIt
s-. shallows where they cruise about Hambletonian Day is the day I I with Hanover's Bertha in 1930 to Chestertown in I had amassed a .397 < district attorney Office has nothing -

in search of food leaving our bait Goshen with a normal populationof and then came through 16 years I the final two heals. : :only average 68 but had participated in on Graziano.
about 4,000 bulges at the later with Chestertown. games. Beaned Zeb Eaton : Yet he permitted a publicity-
fisherman i
fishing In water which, II
i Scotch Thistle owned by Wil- 'of Birmingham was out 01. the
Last seeking district
seams. year 16,390 personssaw j attorneyto
barren. For the time being he 1 Yonder bred C. F. liam Haledon N. J
I Chestertown win two out of Way was by Erving ap- running but had .359 for 98 games put a lot of words in the dead
IE.UnI7 Theory loses the possibility I three heats. i Gaines at his Gainesway Farm pears a certain starter off his sec- before he was put out of commis- end kids mouth.
I: Lexington. He still owns the son ond to Rodney in the Grand Circuit : ,sion for the season. ROCKY tRAshbir
The race is run in one mile And then set him down in New
a e of Volomite-Precise Way. Yon- races here in early July. Coan was tops in stolen bases York for unhtae. sd
heats. If the same horse wins the failure to report a bribe as..
"I/wwM1 .*..,. ..*, eat thai. ..,. If the weather is unsteady first two heats the race is over. der's grand pappy was Spencer Scotch Thistle will be driven bv with 26, and in total boses with for a fight that never came off

... l !u' Mae to bv falling often the Solunar Periods If two different horses win a third I 1928 Hambletonian winner. Fred Safford. leading rider of 233. His slugging average included Anybody with an ounce of ers-on out of sight:
E-. p *. ta.a That U one reason why rainy days usually heat is necessary. Then If a third I Flying Dutchess, owned by A. night racing at Roosevelt Race- 27 doubles 11 triples and 14 home boxing knowledge knows that It ass those kind tIC 'Mai.

... .. ism ..eoal horse wins he runs in a fourth i L. Derby Wichita Kan... is the. i way on Long Island. ._ i iPhillies' runs. Jeffcoat was high in num- Graziano being offered $100,000for who caused the di.ni. I fit ...
heat with the two previous win- ----- -- - -- --I ber of basehits.Al throwing a fight to the run- imestivation of New Vw .

0 tar a.* teas k art t. forget about those days. lIe ners to force a decision. Broadway] Flair New Or- o'-mine Reuben Shank i is a joke, ing.

i ft eetr* fists. MI rslar day anyway However, he does re- The race is more of a spectacle Prize Mound Prospect leans' powerful first baseman which is precisely what Rork- There to a* tells. Ms ,, .
..a4 .a 1 a*.* tea 1 *a the sunny days and unfor- .I than a betting proposition. Last ,: continued to set the home run aby Rocky said he thought it ing Graztano sad &iMP 'lb lie'. .

... ...i la.. -*.toar Taklt I year was a big handle when $143- pace with 30 round-trippers Flair : was. would knock out Uw ssealo.a
792 the Hamble- From Pros also took RBI honors with 96'i' New York licenses for 1948 Ha ..
I was wagered on Leaps Preps to Easily are in a jiffy new u. I t.s
.... weed m er fthera lakes, '
are essentially deepwater fish. tonian. The year before when : punched across the plate to be issued in October Eagan engagement took a kit mM .< -. .
ffflr .. iMttwll la M arranged that they require extra-cold Titan Hanover won betting on the B OKLO ROBERTSON j A pair of Chattanooga stars would be wise to give Grazianoone Tony and the aiin MM .< ''-
lja.s Mapf and on Bummer days they spend most of race was 62016. f came in for a share of the glory as a matter of course. Chicago Stadium inrrbatlepit ........ a sr
.... rHb feet or _.. Her again we know that there is % WILMINGTON, Del. [AP] Curt Simmons the Philadelphia Jack Sanford led in triples with Graziano won't fight again before by low photo floetttlt. .o

.Met af tM depth. To red. they must go to shallow ters Among in the the Hambletonian prominent trot- Phillies' latest pitching find, has stepped from high ; 13 and Eddie Lyons led in two- 1 then and fighters bemg what something additional

F a>e petty bars and shoals that lie from twenty to forty Rodney, Hoot Mon, Scotch are school into organized baseball with no let-up in his strike- I baggers with 36. they are the 20th Century Sport- Old-timers who. dill gel a.. ....

tee ....... You can readily lee that a man who trolls Thistle Way Yonder, Volotone. out record. to Mobile's dominate mound staff continued I I ing Club and New York boxingare Chicago fwht but who .....r.

lease 1t lut 11.a.,...., ta very deep water wont take much stock in Flying. Dutches and Ml&htTSonl' . The 18-year-old southpaw! signed by the Phillies after I ances placing three pitching in the perform league's t, The badly 20th in need Century of his Sporting services. right when hand any fighter wa cwatMtiTvaler. hM twlp. .tilt...

graduating in June nom Whitehall -<( top five including the one-two '
positions Club also needs
e t es i I a new ask how mmt Zatr tfaa%< tese
Hoot Mon is the early favorite High School in tiny Hoken- i maker. Mike Jacobs' organization Grartano attar r........ afi .reje .\
MI .**.. ftr4MH .. rtfUh "..rla daring the inactivity( I I Little Roy Boles I t
i << due largely to the fact that his dauqua, Pa. fanned 71 Interstate Long Practice kept ahead- could stand a good housecleaning and cutua* hia ekesSt...
elm gtwltj. at th* surface of the sea. When feeding time trainer-driver is the veteran Sep I the pack with 11 wins against left in the ernnd gapsr..p. aster
batters in his first
League six
/kid M nt l... at comparatively low levels-just the re- Palin. who rode the immortal three losses. Boles' teammate Pat i,I I It wouldn't surprise this observer ha rMe[ Broklyn & t raises ...
.. leer **.*...!..? fun. Greyhound to victory in 1935. games with the Wilmington Blue Makes Golfers i McGlothin was a shade behind if Jack Hurley who made Boy on the deck set LIIIt ihtes/

Hoot Mon winner of $37,554 in Rocks, class B farm club of the Little Roy with 11 wins and four ,, the Graziano-Zale match in Chicago bleeding and on the b's55a ....
bass .... .! the Mil" water game their feeding habits 1946 to lead the 2-year-old divi- setbacks. Atlanta's veteran south- becomes Jacobs matchmaker ,
Philadelphia. National League Zale dill boa Ot sews. tape 5
tat.. M4. *.. .f MM ,..... At Uw tide these fish are in the sion, was sold in mid-season of Good Pros Say paw Forrest Thompson placed before the Winter season sets right hand punch iMKtoi U. ...."
.olnM elr.*.*. Ma.* th* tide rise, they come In with last year for $50,000 by Charles I fourth with 14 victories and six in. Hurley will be recalled as the tore him apan at Uw teeny stet

.. tie ....U.t> ato. .g sheet among the rocks.: Some Phellis of Greenwich. Conn. He is Going the route in each of the NEW YORK The practicemake defeats. I manager of Billy Petrolic the old elsewhere in the sixth R r H'"

.M ,WIt ll.rm..... greatly U their profit Others now owned by Castleton Farm Curt chalked five vic- perfect adage ,probably is I Fargo Express and others. He the Rock threw went stem I..
Zit M .*a. Ik.. !**.**. .. learn the habits of these fish. Lexington. Ky. games. up more applicable to golf than any I' There are 41,159 persons em. I knows his way around is dead It still roe: You ran __ t

Mrs *j.% sad. MM laaa eel. have n. use for the Solunar It might be remembered that tories and one defeat. lie hurled other sport. At least that's the ployed on playgrounds and indoor : on the level, a good man. a sock on the chin apes the. ...
Chestertown last year's winner 52 innings, gave up 35 hits 13 ; recreation centers throughout chase a lot of those proney est way to get a "u. .> n r M
was sold by Cane's Good Time runs and walked 17. At that rate, I I feeling among the professionalsthe the United States. I aneSI; managers and hang- slam the other bloke n sew us1iL.

...e hs..1rm ye. heppra ta enjoy bait fishing is no reason Stable the week before the race Gen. Mgr. Herb Fennock of the fellows who shoot for a top' ------- #
fIM .... t pwl afce Itotonar Tables to good use. Keep track of to Walter E. Smith of Los Angelesfor prize of $2.000 in the $10.000 -

r .........a .M oval your fishing accordingly If youM'a 40000. Smith got back over Phillies is likely to give the tournaments. i

__ ua0...... you win find that they,add a great deal $28,000 by the victory.. youngster a chance with the II Ellsworth Vines former tennis : 'Bobo' in Paydi.rt Again 'I'I

e/ -- .,.. Rodney., 2-year-old last season parent club before the season Is champion, practiced seven hours a !'

- with the best time for a over. !i i day before he decided I
mile, is highly regarded. He Almost from the day he entered to join the NEW YORK (INEA1 Ballplayersare |' ed had a $20,000 contract. The with a shattered knrr .p I' t..lw
Navy Chaplain TutorsYale Ends I was sold as a yearling to R. II. I play for pay* .-.. Inclined to laugh at Louis I i i deal fell through but Pres. Bar- I a broken thumfc ttr v'telW. V
Johnston, Charlotte, N. C. for j, Whitehall high Simmons appeared I j i club swingers Norman Newsom's showboat antics I I!I row said later: "I'd have taken entire game after brier. aeart -.
0.0 'API Mari team at Vanderbilt In 1938. He i
to be headed for stardom. He "
His trainer-driver is Bi him if .
$4,600. even he is whacky. New.pitched nun
rt alll. who Now he practices, but Old Bobo was bitten by
graduated. from Yale Divinity I 1
Navy 'I Shlvel,. was principally responsible for his three hours a i Newsom had an unusual stay innings for the s..a.the .,
Mere as I a fox at an early
School In 1942: and while studying age. Red Boa. Newt Ie
Poalw bas been Rodney won the Arthur S. school winning the Lehigh Valley I day. And on the with the Tigers Not only in the I
ooIA at Yale and served as a member of the fresh- I Tompkins Memorial last August I League championship three :!!I day of a tournament -; a At 38, he is pitching nearly as number of games won and lost. lowed the fot"rat' n*+ at s* ?
will see! well as ever at something like but in his rise to influence and hits! in the laUi u .... .>iAfter
.'.41eM tee** Howie man coaching class at Yale. Last land seven previous winners of straight He also pitched : you i ,
i years. .looms 4
I tn* enmw
Vines spend $18,000 a year and is headedfor subsequent collapse.
year h. was chaplain and varsity : this race have gone on to win
'I for the Coplay American Legion I hour full World Series I Old Bobo Newwra aatW. If ar*. i twasn't %
...&... U. teotbaU end coach at Temple.Happy's Hambletonians the following year. about one a eut as a completely captivated
junior league team, which won I I driving I andy .4 Yankee. lie has talked the the hard bitten rugged Walter ; \ heath until Jin? p Is"

the State title the last two chipping shots to, t toughest owners into fat contracts O Briggs. He had free access to received credit for t.w Brew
years. in a day ......> the ..... ....
As member of the eastern perfect his game, when he wasn't really entitled the big boss' office. After one
Dad Runs Sho watHomeguess team a managed by Babe Ruth In Vines although ',: b to them. lie appears to game the Detroits needed, the Sept. 2$. IM I fIr.-. .
I Esquire's 1945 All-Amencan game, only in1 be able to get his releaes whenever automobile body builder handed : league record ay sasses .M
he was selected as the "All-Amer his second yearas he wants (it, and be in posi- him a check for $5,000. : Yankees to sunwwouon> Maa a

pya TMOMflONK I 1 One of the little jobs is organizIng i there's enough for him to I ican boy" after giving up three a pro. right Demaret' tion to kick himself upstairs and The end came as Newsom lost i 1998
1 MCA i La wand a baseball team. go good on:" I hits striking out four and walk- I now is at the peak of his game into greener pastures. 20 games In the ensuing contract I lie led the Bay.percentage .. III .....

vs :llod M Carrdoo.aa "Know where I can get a I I I i Mr. Chandler raised two boys ing three in a four-inning stint say the pros. The Californian No top-flight pitcher has seen :! battle thr at the h .... .. ...
+llaM aa 41 ao Uwa Jlcherr' :Mr. Chandler pleaded. 'I IWe' by himself. Happy's mother and i before taking a turn in the out- has an unorthodox putting as much of the country as New- '' Lakeland Fla, camp then Gen. ner-up t. *'4'e f.srt.e del .
to.r-Test aa- .. gt some good players I' Mr. Chandler ,were separated.The | field. stance. He putts with his left som. The Hartsville Hotshot has Mgr Jack Zeller reminded Newsomof leader fr fl.. rewahsIons ajfc
I I'I 1 elbow rigid and pointed towards his losses. : *37 t. 'f' ft Ma* mm
la Corydon but we need a pitcher | younger son Robert, was But what sold the Phillies on changed uniforms 31 times in 21 ,
NII KrW t? lab Those we have are three- ; killed in a fall from a tree at in I the hole. It's an odd method years has been with 21 different "So I lost 20 games, did I?" FrHer U lop Mai i aiafcNewsoM
at I.nt/oa ala Inning pitchers. After that they. Corydon in 1914. him was an exhibition game leaguers I but Vines has practiced this clubs. He did four stretches with bellowed .Newsom. "Well, you : record by. IIMIMaS. .... -..
4 as..* can't locate the plate. I r '"They never called Happy that which he fanned 11 major hits.- style so much that it brings re- the Senators three with the lost 90 ballplayers. islet aaeui : r a .......-.
and scattered
r : bs b taa uba I.yet "We had a game last Sunday. around here. his father said. seven | suits, especially on long putts. Browns. Three outfits had him He stabbed deeply Into one of : .World Sufi.-.. ..... t-

.s, Just a pick-up game with chose-I They called him Irish. But he During his final season in high i Lloyd Mangrum. 1946 U.s. Open ,, twice. Zeller's few "weaknesses for comr. 4,.
ia* beat a* at&Md on up aides. I umpired. Balls and was always.whistling and singing school he pitched 43 1-3 innings, champion says: New'som has been fired for more Landis insisted he found some- ha rare t_
a ah u hua strikes you know. I could see we around the campus at Transylvania struck out 102 batters and gave reasons than could be listed thing irregular with the Detroit impersonator Ono = :J
tel, term around had the material but we still need i iI. when he went there so I i up only 12 hits. He has to his.1 I "Anytime you can putt it does- four years ago to end an open club's business methods and declared er as he was at u.. trl Ma .
iM end at UM week ,I. pitcher." they called him Happy. i credit two no-hit games, three n't mater how your game Is. And : player rebellion against Leo Du- 20 young players free I -aDd Is-teftrespects Irswaa tsr r '
w fcart* o* theM Happy Chandler's father admits I'''I' "Here's something for you: I j one-hitters and two four-hitters. ;, when your game is good and your rocher in Brooklyn. Until bannedfor agents. Newsom wound up with would h. va tamed and that the famous Kentucky son had a boy graduate from Tran- I He also was quite a slugger in putting off you're licked. When a year by Comr. Chandler the Senators Home was any. placehe better actor H. a.S ..
fM 15a M N Ma taaaout has "done tolerable well for a'''sylvania College in 1921. I had high school, batting .465 his last .i you find that your putts aren'ti that was the toughest rap for Lip- hung his cap. thro'IB!)

little rag-tail kid from Corydon. another graduate from the same season. i 1 dropping, just practice a little py Leo to laugh off. Newsom has done about everything tv't i: *, N-i j K. ...... ...

* a torn marI "1 was happy when he got out I,I school in 1945. i t more"Herman "It took me 20 years to get to He pitched nine innings om ,. nI
ai..d.He reads of politics and took over his new i i I Mr. Chandler married again dn No Match For Barren. White Plains. the big league" cracked New- A
-a* aa4 taitocu the baseball job. Commissioner of I 1921. He and Mrs. Chandler have Riggs N Y. pro who won golf's riches' som. when he reported to the' .-

aft at Ilee mattery. baseball . that's a right good I I a boy Joe Jr. and a girl. Mary I prize in history when he cap- Yankees with whom he always
Sam takes Catherine. Joe will graduate from Jack Kramer Says tured the All-American Open last to
,o has a iat af ether job. 'Course Uncle I aspired play. I I .
about all he 'makes but then ITWN the University of Louisville medi- : year says:

... -A. I cal school in September. Mary I I Ex-Davis Cup Boss ( "Practice three and four-foot I Americans HeoHd with the the fervor New of York an
Catherine is a student at Transylvania I putts and that's it. I don't like I II
FOREST HILLS, N. Y. NEA1] ardent suitor, chatting brightly
; I to practice long putts. You
Walter L. Pate Robert with Joe McCarthy maintaining 4Kt.
says Riggs
"We jus moved over to Lex- '
rarely sink them anyway. It suitable decorum with Ed
ington for a few years to get them i is only talking like a professional makes no difference how good Barrow
but leaving at
every opportunity -
started." their father explained.He's I when he says he could beat Jack a golfer you are on your wood the impact of his personality 4k f fA
much happier back in Cory Kramer at any time. and iron shots. You must putt i upon them. He almost ttl

don.One I'I "Their games aren't even com- I well to get anywhere." | made It, too. I ..
fine old oak trees
of the Walter Pate the
at the Chandler place had been I, New York broker who more re- While it is only natural that the I Newsom was with the Browns .
blown down in a storm. And their 'cently resigned after captaining pros play any shot well there is drawing $10.000 a year, althoughhe ,

home was In pretty sad shape the United States Davis Cup always one shot on which they insisted it was 20000. Lefty i
of tenants. I pride themselves. Lawson Little, Gomez, whom the Browns want-
after four years teams for some years. I
"But mother is fixing it up" he "Kramer would beat the day- I former u.s. Open champion, says
iiI iiIi
the inside he drives very well. He uses a big ,
declared.She's painting lights out of Riggs. You can'tbeat
the floors and things. body turn and a closed club face. practice has enabled him to get
fixing controlled .
terrific speed.Kramer's
I'm "It gives me a lot of power" to the top in the grind for golf
She does that while taking game is similar to says Little. "With the closed gold.

care of my town duties. the one Don Budge was capableof stance my right foot is withdrawn Demaret is proud of his wood
The nimble little marshal several years ago. Budge is 'further from the direction line shots even though Sammy Snead
tagged at a huge gold watch. 'far from being his old self but than my left foot. Ben Hogan and Chick Harbert
x Ten o'clock" he said, "by the : when his shots are going he plays I hit a longer ball. I
a watch I got for driving some Riggs pretty evenly. Riggs barely "I developed my game in San "I have tried to eliminate as

ras robbers away from the bank one beats him. As a matter of fact. Francisco where it is quite many movements as possible
night in 1911." Budge beats himself with smashes windy. I'm what they call a says Demaret. "It means loss of t

He just had time to take his,, into the net and forcing shots "mudder because I do especially distance but you can play straighter. !
visitors on a tour of his two and : going over the line a little bit." I well in wet weather when ,
"farm. L __ the ball has a long carry" i iI
one-half acre They sam
pled the plums felt the firm cab- I There is only one full-length Jimmy. Demaret the popular '! These and other pros have
bage, stuck thumbnails into the i, golf course with lights for night pro from Ojai Valley Cal.. with the golf game down to a sci-
and few play in America-and it is but the loud colored slacks and ence. But they're out on the
squash pulled a
young shirt to match, says constant links constantly because to lose
how nine holes long.
'potatoes to see they were i
the fine edge so necessary for
doing. I competitive golf means to start
He trotted briskly through the : all over again with practice and
patch stooped suddenly and came: Hialeah Year 'Round Attraction more practice. I ;
up with a potato the size of his

\ HIALEAH tNEAl Between rac- continue at the present pace this 2I it
fist."Here. Another Phalanx?
Are you a ball player i ing seasons most horse tracks are : year's attendance will pass the
and he hurled it straight and hard. million mark before the end of NEW YORK lAP Ready Jack
It was a little high and on the:: : as deserted as a haunted barn. !' the month. Admission is free except bay colt by Pilate-Jacola. is onlya

a inside. His second pitch was right Not so Florida's showplace Hialeah during the racing season. 2-year-old but he promises to
M 6 y[ over the squash that obliged as a. Race Course, which is handling Chief off-season attraction are pick up wherever Phalanx leaves
tentative home plate. sight-seeing: crowds up 100 the flamingos. Second in interestis off Ready Jack is a full brotherto
"Boy. I love basebalL It's the per cent from last Summer. the tropical landscaping which Phalanx beaten favorite in the r

M t' t 3Xw game. I started training Albert Resident Mgr. Sam H. McCormick has earned Hialeah recognition I II Kentucky Derby but winner of the I w
that's Happy-when, he was I reports a total of 953.5671 I I as the world's most beautiful rac- i Belmont. Like Phalanx he is

..else three ;years old. visitors since Jan. 1, 1947. ing plant. owned by C. V. Whitney in partnership LOUIS NORMAN "BUCK" "BOBO" NaWS M
MARSHALL JOE CHANDLER "Turned out all right too,, I ing the} 707.767 who came includ'I'I I The racing strip is used as. a J with his breeder Abram ..,:
f I i . Bobo'll take cart of .U leW.f .
a M I1 fcr sh tin war if necessary. didnt it? I races. If the sightseeing crowds vegetable garden off-season. S. Hewitt.

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Then statements of the McNulty Group of Banks are dedicated to our many customers and friends, .
tt-k+ .1de ri, directors, and our officers and other employees who have been so loyal and who have been

JUNE 30 1947
ii..11Mt. f for the succcess of our Institutions. _ ,


Wt etc aware of the responsibilities toward the communities in which we serve where our Banks arettHw4iUi .

Loans and Discounts ....................$ 3305329.48
c. .,,41 toward the areas they serve. These figures are significant in that they reflect the con- ./ Banking Houses Furniture: and Capitol I Stock ..-........-...................$ Jllmtr

IHI t.pHt given to the cattle, citrus, agricultural and fishing industries. Fixtures ...:............-............._. 107,197.54 Surplus .....................................___ p<:J 1f

'. Overdrafts ........................................ None

confidence and and U.S. Govt. Obligations $9,791,966.76 Undivided Profits ..........---... .. ..- 117;--
Wt k*+U (tie to eipress to all our friends sincere thanks for your patronage we Other Marketable

r't4.. tf utmost co-operation to make the future a happy and productive one for you. Bonds ................ 1,813,865.03 Dividends Payable July 1 1. 19.17 ...... 'Z.1II8

C. H. McNulty Cash and due from ............... ..... IT."" .
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Banks ..............- 3,529,350.76 15,141,182.55 Deposits ....... ... .. . _

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Total ..........................................$18,553,709.57 Total............................ ...... .. S'IJU.-'




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June 30. 1947RESOURCES June 30. 1947RESOURCES June 30. 1947 I I I


;; Discounts .._._.__........$ 563808.50 Loans and Discounts. ............_........__...$ 534,496.57 and Discounts ...... ...... ...,...-.. ....--.--...,$ I
ta.aMl e, Furniture and Banking House, Furniture and Banking House, Furniture andFixtures

it4wea ._ ___ 26,500.00 Fixtures ..._____" __ 29,701.55; . .-. .. _.... ...
-a ._., .. None Overdrafts ? None Overdrafts ........................ ... .. 1S
: Obligations ..=:.._:=:::$21H! U. S. Govt. Obligations? .:.,=..:=:=:.$1,550,231.48; U. S. Govt. Obligations .::::=::....::.: i, ,=

:ketable Bonds : :... Other Marketable Bonds .. ._. : ... 253,424.03 Other Marketable Bonds .... .. 875
1:2: :aid 4u. from Banks ..__.... 363.898.45; 2.854.923.45 Cash and due from Banks __........_... 1557981.78: 3.361.687.29 Cash and due from Banks ._............_ 77.>III.IIyz J.-zJIAI I

I ..._ ...... ........._____...._._n..... ....3445231.95 Total m_.__._...........?......__..............._....... ....3925885.41 Total __n.m............. -.......... ... $3J41 rslf.t3ti1.$ eaa .


i. LIABILITIES LIABILITIES Capital Stock ..._..- .. .. .., ... .......... ... $ ..-
I ...-........... _._...._.._....-._.._.. $ 50000.00 Capital Stock ..._m.......... ..._...__...._..__...-.._.......$ 50000.00 Surplus .....:............_..._.._..-..._... .._-....._... . ..- 1N/N.N
. ...... __........_.._..._..-m 85,000.00 Surplus; .. .. . ...--...---......-.--.... 80,000 00 Undivided Profits __ .. ......... .. ..-.. ..n__ . a.-
Ii. Profit ... .... ... _.. __._.... 13804.77 ndividcd Profits ' 9,244.44 Dividends Payable"July'.n"' 1,1947. ... 2...N
Parable July 1, 194 .._ 2,500.00 Dividends Payable July 1, 9 i--- = 2, OO.OO -- I."' .... .

1 .,,_ ._.__-.._. 3293927.18 Deposits ...._...-............_...__...__.._j.-_..._... 3784140.97 Deposits ---- -----
Total ...... .. .. _..._ ... ...... .. I&AUN1.
Tfrtal ___..__ ...._.._.._..._...... 3445231.95 s Total _m .._n.._...._..._..__...... S3.925.885.41; -- m -- -
) OFFICERS: OFflCERS' C. H. McNULTY. Chairman of the II..art
C. II MrfcriTY. Chairman of the Board N. RAY CARROLL President
C. H. McNULTY. President t'. S CHPMN. Vice President
: /ttNSl t DtBf.RRY. President
E. G. KIIPTRICK. JR.. Vice PresidentT. RHEA PHER.iGo. CashierFLORENCE I II
.Ufo" L. GEAR Vie President E. TICKER. Cashier STORY Assistant Cashier
W. R. QIICLEY. Cashier MART L1ND: ROSS, Assistant Cashier I
; DIRECTORS c. R. CLOXTS Cattleman. Kissimmee.. Ftortda
K *. KtTZt Farmer, Director Central Fla. Production Credit Corp. N.. RAY CARROLL I
; eti.taedtl .......... **.4rd (Ml rwi*-nT. New Smyrna Beach FloridaR. Oviedo, Florida: President of the Bank. KUnmmee.JOHN FNrNaJ1NIV I
: DeBERRYtk '
......... .< BUB*. Mew ftmyrna Beach, Florida Growers and Shippers A. Duda Sons, Oviedo, Florida Cattleman.. Cloud. Florida
[ISlavla. Florida I .
Hew WTM Math Florida FORREST, \TCHEl Attorney at Law Klssimmee, Florida
Investments Sanford. Florida
C H McMl.TY t c. H. MCNULTYChairman
%..... tko Hard. ...II ev... Florida C. H. McNVLTY of the Board Melbourne. .F.I4I. I I
c M. a4Mf President of the Bank. .norlda HENRY O. PARTLY
NhMs...t lHoU...nr fo* licit Reflninc Company, E. G. KIl.PAtRICK. JR. Cattleman. Kisommee. Florida
Slew ..n.. ......... riarMa Vice President of the Bank. Sanford Florida G. H. PRATHER
"".II'n" C. SEAR W. A. PATRICK Cattleman, Klssimmee FloridaMEMBER
>....twi....i.l.. N.w a.ryr.a Bcack. Florida President of Patrick Fruit Corporation .

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: JUDe 30. 1947RESOURCES June 30. 1947 June 30. 1947 I'o '


mu.aM DtaceunU .... .- $ 689,654.86 and Discounts ;moo .. ..... _. .$ 306,275.86 Loans and Discounts n'.,."." ........-...--.-_$ ....N
( lleu*. Furniture and Banking House Furniture and Banking House, Furniture and

i _! ,"" _. 10,000.00 Fixtures --..._..-.-....--..._-.-.-- 10,362.34 Fixtures _...__ .._.._.-'___..._.._.... T.iltti
. . .._ --:_........_..._._.,... None Overdrafts .......__.._._.._...--.---............. ........ None Overdrafts ....-...-....--...-.--......................-...- tBNo I
., &fUi" ObHfitlons _.._.._.,._$..,455.897.00 U. S. Govt. Obligations _.._.__...$689,216.73. U. S. Govt. Obligations ......._..._...$1,471,611
m&r.l Bonds .. ... ._.? 151000.00 Other Marketable Bonds '.._._m_.... 178,976.00 Other Marketable Bonds ..._...._......._ 98 0M0
due,. from Banks ,,, 387718.28 2994615.28 Cash and due from Banks ._.._._ 215.882.98 1084075.71 Cash and.due from Banks __ 233jrWM4 I__... '

> Tetal. ._. .. ....-;.......$3.694570.14 Total _......_...___._..........-._..___. 1400713.91 Total _.. .-..-. ..1.,..

Capital Stock ...... .. .-..--..-..---....-.$ 50,000.00 Capital Stock _......._.__.._..._....... .. ..$ ll..r
I tk ... -- ..--.-.--$$ 50,000.00 Surplus .....---. .........-.. ...._.- 20,000.00 Surplus ..... .
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..._ -- 75,000.00 Undivided Profits; ... ...... .._. I
-, 4,071.93 Undivided Profits _._ _..._ _._ I.'"
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ProfitsPayable ....... .. ... .. 41250.00
;: ; Dividends Payable 1 1947 'T
4- July 1500.00 Dividends Payable July, 1947 -_ 1.>MLN

July 2500.00 Deposits ----.....-...-.---- ... 1.325.141.93 Deposits...-................-..-..-...-_ _ _...........
... 3.525.520.14. ,
Total ... 1400713.91 Total '-J..
'hUt I .....3694270.14 .

omciR: N. UA\ CARROLL. Vice President C. R. MeM'LTT. President
.. S. H. McDOlCJMD. Vice PresidentR. R. W. FREIT4G. President.
C. H Mf tXTT. rr t Wm. FLETCHER. Cashier
.aM. .. BtRI G'O.. eke Pr *t4.M ..< Cashier G. DYNES: Cashier : KB4 4U.CX, ........ Catmlcr D1REcrORS' HELENA CHADMICK, Assistant Cashier
DIRECTORS President of th* First >ati"nal Bank. Kl"lmmee. Florida DIRECTORS
CrflRGR. mtrvr.Tovi W. ALLEN M\RKHAM.. JR. G. H. ALEXANDERMerchant '
.e.. NatMfaM ... r...... N 1M .... of ..1...,... MIfeoormc Florida Markham Brothers S.canmnr H. MrDOUGILD Industry: Okeechobee. Florida. and Distributor EARL lARK, Fort Myers. Florida
> r. "'TI. Vice: President cf the Bank Okeechobee: Florida Attorney at Law panda Get,., Ftertda
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NMreeM ; z: ; ; M ReMMt ( Melkovne. florida c. H. MCNULTYPresident R. W.
HIOC.I>. of Melbourne Florida Vice President and G cda, Yt....
..... N NN/rb Nurtt c-..... Mtltovmt. Florida the\Bank S'ER"E' A' T.FREITAFIsr11t
President Okeechobee rpmpanr. Okeechobee. Florida Cattlem .
T. H Mc!\rtTT
..!...... .4 W Mesh MclkMr**. FtoridaI J. O. PEARCE.. FRED B. KING I
Cattleman b Florida Retail Furniture. Punta Grda, FVwIda
LJIIdIIr. ku aTRI'R-..... TBORV10HMtlkMrw.. FtoridatftvfRAL JOHN ROE SR. c. H. MCNULTY: !
Aient Seaboard Railway comuy. Okeechobee. Florida President of the Harsh Melbourne FtondaMEMBER j


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Wirvay I Outlined !r Overall Stock I Tobacco Mart Avo/I1M I I
Getting In Two Dons 43,92VALDOOTA c... '
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*" e and Florid Mban a '1.
r ..t t.. ... rWV of .. F..I Reserve 15.M1JM peuiMi of !I. .. .....

.'f .. ...... rf .M. 01 U9t4OdItSd. _Milt in Many Inquiries Peak of 1947NEW I leaf la th hntI d*... .tA.! is j i iage

.. d rwMer. .. t., t' r Tb-tential market : r Aw 1 1947 markeittur eatm .a' ,..
. YORK rAP The stock a of 4JW <<'Db. .* n--
flf By T. A. PRICE
K .ur, .
units. .
: .pending
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DepvUMit < 1
t .. ........ .. aM nt" 5 ..",.,f'ul! th plans [Our, Own Staff Correspondent) market swung upward during the Rnnmed' .tfIftteY 1.w .. 1
.. - .... past week with industrials at a
DELAND-Inquiries from pros- was 1 44 cvttU" a pound -In. *. a
..y7m.... .... '". -MM... 1I I pective home and small business top since last August and the t.e record npmuM *+M e. a
1 overall average approaching the r t tw year but cue tho ..E'lrEtdt
'Of" Milk. -w4t buyers residing out of State are .
-... a. t........ M being received in large numbers I 1947 I peak.Bonds. selectively.I I Florida pit in belt.onn htatory. rf the
.. improved
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according to Walter Lahrman, -
with rails while commodities -
..... m .... secretary of the Chamber of Commerce _
series of ad- I It
..... ".. ... ... who said specific requestsfor negotiated a
and retreats.
vances ( ,
4baaAaa -r. Information have been received and investment \\
Spurring short covering
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... .. from 10 different States and Can- demand in the share division -
was the persistence of inflationary J.
..... ada.New York maintained the 4
traditional psychology. an excep- .
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j lead with seven requests. s..
Five inquiries came from Washington Markets At a Glance > I Ic It
D. C.. and Illinois. Massachusetts WHEAT-Firm; Government buying
Ohio and New Jersey wheat flour. '\r
each sent four. Remaining requests CORN-Strong:; trade shortcovering.OATSSteady not active.HOGS .
came from Michigan Rhode -Nominally steadyCATTLENOmmally j I

Island. Pennsylvania. South Dakota eteady. ---
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Tennessee, Georgia. Virginia,
.f ..... Canada, North Carolina. Minnesota tionally large batch of boosted .- r er
dividends and pleasing earnings
L L IIX Connecticut., Alabama Michigan and compilations and hopes that the w *1,_4 r. Wh..... .s
... a1t normal l Summer rally could _
"Most of these inquiries are stretch much further. 2"i( ,?, 1' .____ a -we4 ,
from people seeking to establisha ua
I ;I The market climb over more t to k i '+5
permanent resident in De-
I 1 than two months, with only 9
and.." Lahrman said "and it is 1 slight; interruptions brought of Yew Ps ytT.
"' : highly probable that many of out considerable selling) which I
them will come to this city if a was well absorbed in the maJority .. -. s ... ... all aI.y .
home or business within their I : .. ... ...
of cases. i : ._ Ndr .
:> income bracket is available." :;: N.4 ..a.. ste.Ea- start

i iI i Each week the Chamber of I outlook The cloudy foreign long-term affairs and export belief w.ls.. +fE.db .... IM
I !. Commerce makes a list of requests the list was due for a sizable technical P y ; .--.d. --a .. ...... Md.f.
i received and passes them on to correction provided a restraining .......... -L.-.MI1

i I II service the local by real the estate Chamber brokers., Lahrman This f i i!1 The Associated influence.Press 60-stock THEY MAKE HIT WITH FRENCH, FIGURATIVELY recognizing General of the Army Eisenhowerat .,.....,'11........Pt.rrpa a neat .* AM Ir+er. r l..

said has proved valuable bothto composite was up 1.2 points at SPEAKING: Lifelike figures of noted left. At right looking as if he were a ..t ... AEfEgI.411tr.- 1p..w .
the buyer and the real estate 68.4 on the week and was only .6 Americans, above, are star features of_ the thinking of Russia at the moment sits the fa
3> dealer market and in has DeLand.helped stimulatethe of a point under the year's high waxworks gallery of famous personables at figure of Sec. of State Marshall, with museum
I Iof i 69 established last Feb. 8. The -
: t The Music Box formerly located five-day turnover of 5.422,980 : Grevin Museum, Paris. You'll have no trouble I attendant straightening his necktie. tfMClllt'ifW, ..
has moved --- - -- ----- -- -- -- -- --- ___
on E. Rich Ave shares compared with 5,938.973 INww.a .bM
i 1.0 new q-iarters at 142 N. Wood- the week before. i 111. .... w.r ...
:and Blvd. where the building has I Auburn President Dies at 71 7 I."..". -"
< The market stumbled Monday College Jas. Gamble Rogers II
recently been remodeled. The :| on 840,000 shares as the President's !. .. .
AUBURN. Ala. I UPI pres.turner me ana
Florida Employment Service will agricultural engineering
economic I message to Congress Architects EngineersBuilding
I occupy the old Music Box location I I failed to excite Wall Street. Noble Duncan, 71, of Alabama ) college since 1935 when the school 1

moving from the present I i There was a mild recovery Tuesday Polytechnic Institute, described as was about to close because of slack Consultants
Boulevard location. but dealing dwindled to 780-, the "Moses who led Alabama's', of funds and following 8 POST OFFICE BUILDING:
Building: permits in DeLand 000 shares a bottom since June :
1 have taken an upward surge this '' 30. Rails enjoyed an early bulgeon farmers from the wilderness" and' period of confusion when thE WINTER:: PARK._:
month already being approxi- cheering revenue statementsand as the man who saved the college school had a succession of heads,
mately 30 per cent above last expectations of hoisted passenger during the depression years, died'of His administration pulled the college ..
:' : month's total of $45,400. H. L. and freight rates. a heart attack here yesterday. through the depression and I 3vL:' aE"OOOOX.o..:)Or-w .. -. .
Roseborough:! will build a 4.000( I Wednesday the list negotiated paid off a huge debt.B'NEfLILEi.
l'1| home on S. Clara Ave, E. S. Par- its best runup since July 11 on an Duncan had been president of //I Your House !Is For Sale List It WMW.
rish was granted a $2.500 permitfor aggregate of 1,080.000 shares with i
a home on N. Woodland Blvd.H. selected industrials; in the lead INSURANCEPhone
i B. Elliot is now constructinga and carriers close behind. B. NICHOLSON
j small home on the corner of I Buyers maintained control i I 2-4596
Howry and Delaware Avenues at
Thursday with volume expanding Realtor/
an estimated cost of 4000. Max Lee M. Crawford 1l
Weiss will build a $4,000 residence I I. since to July 1.570,000 14. shares, best 14 So. Main St. ....... ......
> on E. Beresford and J. O. Shay- I 668 N. Orange Ave. ::l--- ,
iOl MtTCAlf
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JBHOTTiX ler will construct two homes on The Industrials, led by steels;
( > E. Minnesota at an estimated cost and oils, went through the year's i I --- -
of S6.COO. Ronald Fruda has obtained i i I high and the general average recorded I
t a permit to construct a its widest gain since July I
$4,000 dwelling on E. Minnesota. 1. Expectations of rising steel ,
"ItWt Pill ,I I prices touched off bidding, as did '
the profits.picture In the petro-
leum field. Top marks running to
( : Homes LeadingConstruction I
3 the or last.more points were trimmed at

.. e.al .... I, Mild liquidation ruled Friday
ii-: ....... .. although losses usually were mod-

.... M ..... erate.

.. .... "' ..Ds I{I GItIN SANGS.
.. ... fhta..stf. I Orlando Is continuing Its Sum- 0.... High Low Close
mer-time building activity at a WHEAT-
... al.ietl) fast pace, with almost $700,000 in Sept _n.h233"a, 236'. 232_ 234!.
I' Dec230'4 233' 230'. 2325.Meb
..let9.lt.... 2
: new construction expected to. be _m_- 230', 232'b 230',
... All -. authorized this month. May CORN-_:.:. 226" 229" 226!, m?. t a 4' l! ra

tf11M ttll. w ......'. I Records of City Bldg. Insp. A. fellt.! __n_ 2030.. 2M'. 203'. 209'
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E. Slauson yesterday showed that Dee. un 185',4 190.. 185. 189'.
& Mn un_ lill 184!. 1711 183'.
approximately 75 new residential OATSSept.
...... .,. I units already have been approvedfor _-_____ 92"a 94 92'. 93'4Doe.
..... ,.. immediate construction.July . _.dn_ 9044 91'. 9H. 91', i
.t Mch ____on_ - !lIb s s rf
building extends the spurtin N., u ___ 88 894. 1I1% 89"-". \i1I
tfm e ,
construction which surged up- BARLEY-

S ::c-: $ $3' I building wards in permits May and totald June.$659,920and May Dec----------------------: a-nominaL H8DIIbid

...... ... I i June construction reached There are four.million inhabi- f '
"ef" 4.1. ,., 722775. tants of the island of Sicily whichis t ,
Total construction for the first
; about the size of Vermont.
seven months is expected to be
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i approximately $3 1-2 million, of
which $2 1-4 million is during the f R t
] past three months. 4 -
Biggest block of residential con-
I struction authorized in July is a KeystoneCustodian
project of 28 homes to be built by
er, IH t1 ...E Sunshine Homes. Inc.. in the 1000
to 1200 blocks of Guernsey. Yates
:tAts _C and New Hampshire Avenues.
&F.1 f These homes are expected to
cost $6,000. which is the aver- a< t
age price for new homes author-
; ized during the month. Funds

acting as salesman In the trans- Leather soles on shoes permitthe
action.SURE I passage of air through the STAN COMSTOCK
natural hide.Howard .

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IIIEEI'1' Daytona Beach. F7 Your Home Is a Possession
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? I GET EVERYTHING FROM CALL US FOR FULL INFORMATION ABOUT ship in the National Association of Real Estate Boards was
granted only after careful investigation of his character and
PITTMAN'S!" B : a i ability. It Is held only by strict adherence to the rigid cod. of
ethics imposed by the Association.

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\Meet Set To Open 'I 1 ElectionNeed- I DeLand Public !: 'rntitIrl-e-1ar' 12. Lost and Found 19. Services Offered II. .ac .

ORL NIO. FLORIDA DOG LOST-Black and white CObr BATHROOM AND KITCHEJ Moderaizatlon -- 'ABM .
Lake Hovcll section. Can . with lifetime -
In Electric PAGE 12 JULY 27, 1947 tilted by Owner. Reward. b 6114. metal wall tile. .,
ered with staInless ateel. .r alvalnaaa. Q -

iStorm, Sewer Bids I Plan CitedSpecial I Park Approved AMERICAN II.W. Beauty BEAU Parlors SALON. .44 H Tl.e Call BUILDINO.Company.4271 for remodelling 51 free I.estimates.Central repairing.Ave.Metal. 'PM.=AItO-15 -=: j I

J I ClassifiedSentinelStar Church. Rialto Tbra- Bonded c ontrac br. D. D. Riddle. .. .,

!',* <31 la The Su xby Sentinel-Star] I [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] j j [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Brown.ter Bonnie For appointment Robertson and ph.Y.nue. 21 E. Central: 2-413. rt..N f. .. "_ ;

\ N TOKA DELAND-If tax is levied | BULLDOZER 8ERVTCT Clearing .
DF.ACH-Tbe i ivv a on
City Commission AMMERMAN .
will hold a : DELAND-City Commissioners 20 E. Pine. 10* t grubbing and grading. Also pan S \;

r tMH( Aug. 11 in them Mayor's office to open bids the Florida Power Corp. according Friday night approved dedicating time 25''only.discount Five experienced on wares.operators.Limited 2-4427 work and after palmetto a P m. rakt. Fhooa PLVMP O I ..- :

**. norm sewer _(ojects it I to the number of electric poles in Want-Ad Rates Phone 662.GENE'S A, : ..
pr was announced yes- three lots facing Amelia Ave. in I CONCRETE FLOORS Drive-way .A i \ 1
the city as was unanimously; approved D IT! 3Se per line BEAUTY SHOP. renditon .aU ,
v CHy Mr. James Tit tus. by the city commissioners University Terrace as a publicpark Ulnimam chant TSe Ins treatment free with pre sUP.years naUtD.' .IUDbl 1.
Sunday :JOe line nents. 204 S Main: 6688 4
r *. Mikl that bids on p rejects four, seven, two and recently a special election to in response to a petition Minimum charge 90c per RAYS UTOPIA SALON80S mstes. C. N. Hid,. Winter Park 469 ._- _

.. the atarm arwen .will be ? determine the will of the free- signed by eight residents of the 3 Consecutive Days ISc line a dmr E .BEt '72-$. CONTC BUILDINO to homes of and new building homoa I" Ii j
7 Consecutive Dan ISc line a day
i MB tfci rw All per.nents reduced through July.
hoped bids holders wih be necessary. City residential (Count 5 Averaxe Words 1 line of any kind. Repaira financed. T. P. = :
... . (*JM *Mn engineer** estltan Atty. Neill S. Jackson advised the area. National' (Out of State) Rate :YEA"TYSA Fullard.39t. Amelia; phosie 2-4032.
.. .. Fire The three lots now are owned by Single Insertions JOe per line McCrory II
p. .. b, started im- EquipmentRuling commissioners Friday night. 3 Consecutive Days 25c line a day Hiss Hilda Monrk. Manager. All work Cu IND PRWI-Ca.h
.....,--.... "And should such a course be the city and county as a result of '! 7 Consecutive Days SOC Hue a day cared for by experienced operators. money. Bring us your clothes. a Ws.wsaad
,....., Minimum 3 lines) Phone 401 Cleaner 214 Boone St. .
I qunUon were adopted the city would not have delinquent tax foreclosure and penor
TOMIn AU Want-Ads start in The Orlando .
I.... ... $ foLlows: four I the privilege or option of purchasing contain a cement tennis court Morning Sentinel and are printed RAY'SBE ....PARRA. Prrhet types and CONCRETE SERVICEPr.. roofs.The C .. I

0 ..... ...SA4 br Hanrey St. Made the electric system after the In both The Sentinel and The raid waves a ..I.lt". Dial 4221. .drlve..ay.. \P.. workmanshipand )
which residents of the area stated Orlando Evening Star on the sam 38 East P Free eitlmatei I
j .....li to $th; MTen.t expiration of a definite period as date. materl.1 .
call 7W
PERMANENTS Machine of all kinds
t I' AV. .. lunfax i is provided because a permissive would be reconstructed without "Oert.
River to now The Want-Ad Department is open less S6 up; phone 9964. Jewel or Buchanan Concrete Co. pA- i

'* -.. ..... C.*M Railway; two. lr .MIS. JAMES KENNEDY j instead of a contractual right cost to the city. from 8:30: a m. to 6 p.m. daBy. Car Salon. 506 W. Amelia. CONCRETE 93. etc. W. for... eel, e-.-4,ePecuSee. -
Sunday from 9 to 12
am. FRS
.n. .... vnttr Cmtn St. 'Spe: il& to The Sunday Sentmel-Starl I' would be created. he said. 15. pour and flDI eonreta nora I
Harvey Jernigan spokesman for Schools) and InstructionAUTO
Deadline for Sunday Paper Saturday .- .
driveways and stepf.
4.., ,.., ii9. AiMHtortum Bird. NEW SMYRNA BEACH The 1 Pending further study no action noon.Adsertliers. 01aMa0at5 I
can 20256. Dunham
A .'.. A*. M Halifax Rlytr.Of |I City Commission Thursday night was taken by the commisI the petitioners. stated the park are requested to notify SCHOOL Learn to drive. price Concrete estimate Co. . I

slon. Also awaited is the reportof was badly needed by the residents as immediately of any errors in Competent instructor prepares you CABINET AND MILLWORK to *peclal pairs on .- ..
"- ,_ L rdittt. wh' adopted an ordinance regulating I II their ads as the Sentinel-Star wit, for State Dnver s Test Orlando Auto P.O., . .
...... T..M ta MAkt.C pvbfle. I city fire fighting equipment. statIng the 12-man Citizens Committee and estimated they would spend be responsible for only one in- a.hool! call 2-3619 or 2879.ACOUT Co. orde. Central Nebraska.Florida Lumber wiaterPest II

.... .... .. Ik. mrHlnr ..... I that since the cost and maintenance appointed by the Mayor to makea approximately $200 on making it correct insertion. Engineering. Riga CLAY MI ROADS BUILT-Also lime rock R=elI,1 \

..... ..... ... ..... and of the equipment is paid < recommendation as to the feasibility suitable for He said Jess You Can Place Your dence Schools. Veteran approved.Core.PO.1 paving with surface tratm"nt T If

.... .. S.... Alt .T the ar.a. for by New Smyrna Beach tax- of purchasing the distribu- Mathas clerk of use.the Circuit Court. Want-Ad by Telephone O. Rowe. P. 0 Box, 2974. ph. 9282. Work son Inc.guaranteed.Phone 7649.Bumby .8U 0. =
tion system from the company "J
...."... _,. I.dv t a. Iaft4 .1 ''payers, it is unfair to allow it to and operating the power facilities had agreed to dedicate the area if Dial 4161 BALLROOM Under the DANCING direction of- AU-tpS. DRY CLEANINU We employ only Pif-w.

.*.... ...It ..tla.. away be used in communities other than ; received from the son C.I 2-42 for appointment. skilled, experienced help; and ... I Io
request was
by the municipality. a .
.... ....... New Smyrna Beach without charging j I I mooern machloer. Try t. Mac jua -
Ift f UiMlinc
.fI' Commissioners for such ac- SCOLomplete your high Cleaners,
"Should the city desire to City Baby Sitters-Child Care
purchase !! Rlds.od cra.
_. ....... fMl..IItg neb a fee. tion. .... In spare Rosalind. Phone :
the existing electrical fa- time with American School. Texts :=
...." ..M. The commission explained that Arthur Lane and Harold BABY AND CHILD rare By day. furnished. No **. Free CONCRETE WOR driveways; steps 2- c. .
duties Jackson stated. "It cannot j Mrs. r. Dllom. .
.e ... .. f9't' U. "Ida acted the fee would help pay for maintenance I neck or hour In my home. Excellent !- booklet Write .. ". I .Ik. flors HPtO tasksii j
exercise such power unless the Giffin. both residents of the area. car provided 103 E. Harvard; Dept O. POBox censed ; Sater Statea Floor $ A:
.. S-M.W MS* that la why I have as well .as the fireman'ssalaries. proposal is approved by a two- spoke briefly concerning the need 2-329- -- -- --- REAL ESTATE LAW 69.'and Co.. 8714 or estimates.ELECTRIC I.D-.v Pew orup -.
. tsfi-thal .,."n.. There I. CHILDREN BOARDED-Also cared for Preparation pracUc. CLEANER 6ERVICI-Only ese -
thirds vote of the commission and of a public park there and sup- for Broker and S.les worn ".
outlet for genuine Hoover s.
4 tg astr ..* delay and that The commission by hour day or week Supervised men Home study (courses. now .v. For parts.. a U Bearpalosmatlos I
set the charge ratified by a majority vote at a ported Jernigan's request. modern upkeep call tlt.on
. .. play at all times Well balanced diet. able Major Crank 139 E. Pine: 656 snl. .e. :
it* >..rI9..bd.outof. for such service to outlying i special election." I 776 S Penna. Ave, Winter Park.: & authorIzed Honr sta
"' .*' "ma...." he Phone 278. 16. Travel ton. BumbyHdw.6104 or 21753.EtECTRIcAiREi'mINa .
1 wfsjtgsTtm communities at $200 for each 1 i I Information ; 'housewiring. _
U-. call which Is to be on deposit Mrs. Dunn DAY AND KIGKT care of infanta AIR Call 4514. Miller W1U1 .1 .
I ,. ,_ ........ are part of the .nd children for vacation or workIng lines RESERVATIONS and tickets an Electrical Contractor. O. ._
with the City of New Smyrna Cocoa's Sunnlland Travel Bureau. t
parents 6794. 1008Andenoa St. --
City t _
..... wwrr construe- Beach at all times. The fee 3p E Pine Street Phone 5301. ELECTRIC RAZOR SERVICE a-P..
HIGH SCHOOL GIRL will sit with
... ..... ...... approved by will b* charged for each call i Entertains i children. Afternoon or evenings. EULIN baby FEL vlcNIy-Lady with New Schick.parts Remington and in stock.Sunbeam.See to pay. 06 Weelahelsh. IMIIag.
. ..... heM Issue. some Phone 9607. around 28th. Mr. .00 r or .
S even if there Is no fire. Share expenses. References. 715 N. Olson. Pharmacy 8169. -=

... .... City Mgr. Ferris was Instructed i 11. Special Notices Shine_St FURNIRIuPHiU Refln- EP -
- Head Resigns I At Party 1, -_ HAVANA. tourl.Lanlrr salt IBJIsaks
by the commission to notify Fire i ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. 27 E. CUBA-An-upns Sf'nlc. K Pine 12.5.. 2-plece'. living room suite 187 on ITtk fc

Mrs. Malscdcn Chief Shea of the. regulations. I (Spec 001 to The Sunday Sent'nel-Stor] I j Central! Open' eve-nines 7 30 to ':311I Street Phone- 51. Rep.1 Shop. Ph 2-lltr Tr 3.4510 .
which are effective Aug. 1. This I I to amonr ",.;:un. mlormation. Cau HAVANA and Nassau by boat or FURNITURE REPIR and refln- .rr T.
(Saecvi to The Sunday Sentinel-Star DAYTONA BEACH Mrs. Pat ,:' 7160 or J 8587 plan Call Orlapdo Travel Service. ished; stoves mowers re . .
is also the date that new electricity = Central dial paired R A. Austin. 542 PIedmont.Phone .
COCOA-Walter Bartholomew. ADVICE Psjrnic rradinns d ll7. 18 95.RIE _srrprfc
Luncheon rates set by the City of Edgewater Dunn entertained Wednesday ata 243.FR &eeed
Has: the two of Meetings. Phone 7088. 441* W. ATO BUSES-Sunnl :
city '>
under authority of a special manager past years '' party on the terrace of the i Church St. Rev. COrnet, Travel 30 East Pine SANDING finlsffing Best. U llafsaM tM
this East Coast community. resigned Street Phone 5301.WASHISGTO used. work guaranteed;
ft* Mw4 IMOOGIASS legislative act. go Into effect. effective to takea Reedleigh Apts. j AMANDA BRADFORD-Psychic reading licensed; bonded A Floor Surfacing 7af.suaBwrar
*W- r'rrlwrTMsVMM The current is the yesterday circle 2 30 Tues 561 West Columbia D. C.-July 30 or 31 Co. Ph .
supplied by
r. similar post at Jacksonville Invited were Mr. and Mrs. I. Ave : Phonr 2-23TI returning' 30 days Want 3 .. ; 2-137. 1..
S -- lira. Maxine New Smyrna Beach municipally- Beach. Becker. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. New BOAT TRIPS"from Mt Dons'tover gers. Good car. good driver. R.fe- riU TRIREPIE.and.rna. n=

%>..., ... gsMcffMtY aDd Mrs.law owned plant. The announcement was madeyestt'rday and Mrs. N. Shiver all of Orlando.Mr. Springs through the beautiful Okiaha cures rxchane.- 2-3433 or 5921._ order. TindaU Furniture Co.. 2323 5.Oranne. .
.. Ferris said that Francis Rise. Wise. Boat Works.. WASHINGTON. D C-Take 2. leavIm J. ..
JkjgtsW aM HvHdrtn Of Mgr. 6548.
;.e by E. W. Crisman. chairman : and Mrs. Charles Potter or phone_3223. Mt. Dora. FlC. .__ AUT 1,( Will rhu references Cal 'EE.- _
it...,.naiai ..ef* .*. .. luncheon' Mills. Daytona Beach.,who is secretary of the City Council. who said 'Nashville Miss Marion Edwardsof .-R. STEVSBrokn: - I--haT Please rail 2-O246.- FLOOR-Prompt SANDING service.AND Modern FINISHING equip ...

-.5. .f Hn Wa ll |aeo 'n at of that city's Planning that Bartholomew's resignation < Albany. Ga. Mr. and Mrs. moved my Real Estate aid Insurance LADY WANTS. RIDE to or near Gal- ment: portable power unit. Established -
... Mnn. bland 11"I Board would meet with members business from 64 N. Court St.toj307W va. Ill around 12th or 14th of Aug. 1935. Skilled workman: licensed
i: was accepted with regret during a 'George Singer of Columbus. Ga.. ParAV Phone 23554.COVALE5cE References Ph 6859 bonded: insured. Stevens Floor Sur- u.
of the local zoning board as an special executive session of the.
.. I c-m.kem of Benson advisor at 8 pjn. Tuesday- City council Thursday night. > :Ft. Benning Patricia Dunn Jr.. of at 3O6 E Kale,. Speralize la proper Hauling and Moving to its orig Method lilt

.. .... a bvsinc visitor HalL Ferris explained that Mills Bartholomew said later that he Columbus. Mr. and Mrs. Leo N. diet Special: are. day and night.. !MAYFLOWER CO. workman lai4. We

F- _. has had wide experience in city was asked to resign by Crisman. Ostermann of Louisville Ky. strew A B-0..110)HOME' proprietor.CONVALBSCKNT Now open -Long distance mo.In.TANSI. C.1 Joiner ship.Mattress"Open Co..for In.ptOI". Russ -f

*. w L 'hII'r and dauchtcrby toning and will assist the local after an executive session which I Also Mrs. A. M. Deatherape.! at Chuluota. IS miles N. E. of Or- estimates Van and aim Storage local moving service ..tor."e.paekn. free. 2-2213. 12 Ca rr

..... ....... Mrs. Claire. roning board with. their zoning followed Tuesday night's council 1 Mrs. Shirley Hunt. Mrs. John lando.. 18 miles S E. of Saaiord .. crating and shipping. HO FLOOR SANDIFll.hnll. clean- irn a,

,e.-. .# .. 1i4ae4 ..ere shopTlMnday. problems. meeting. No reason for the request ,! Britt Mrs. Walter Friedman. Mrs.A. Kit Large and screened enjoy the and cool open! b porrbea
p .. nor..... was offered. he said. 'I B. Moore. Mrs. Helen Ney. Mr. Lake Catherine Large rroUBds and ACME DELVERY-SERVICE Light satisfaction to you who desire -

w. ... Mis Haven Krssrn and Bartholomew goes to his new i and Mrs. A. D. Pope. George New- walks safe from. auto traffic -Lart Ice movlt re.sn.be!ulne. .. Ph. 9240."n- Quality Lasting Floor Surface Co.. utfli
The 'Inbby and Brick at
Webbs construction
room Established since 1925. 1809 K.Or-
...._ .... -en in Orlando post highly recommended as an i combe, Mrs. Posey Grabe Mrs. Al Can acrommodate 25 only. Phone or ALLED-AN--IE INC.-Nation's ante Ave.. phone 7836. .In
".. -...., engineer and city manager with 1 Freeman. Marion Graham. Mrs. write for reservation at once. Oviedo goods. SANDING-finishing. Spe Paso. .

p y If Phtiadrlphla.f Have Guests I, wide experience as he bad been :Milford Clifton Mrs. A. S. Barn- 2362. O. or Box Dr.137.Martin ctiuluc.2392 1'J.or Larcesedan writeP. Call. for Fidelity free .Slm.t.Storage &on WarehouseCo. your long FOR daU. Pentra-Seal treatment 2 iA1.

.mr.i.. ..... the florida city manager before coming to ]hart. Mrs. Frances Warner. Mr. for UfCts to visit their doctor.. distance : 561 W. Jackson ..rt..n" .Modern IItent. R.flene. .W

...... ..... her*. was callllrtadrrtson I L VIDA Cocoa of both Tarpon Springs andDunedin. :and Mrs. George P. Young. SPEnCER SUPPORTS IndIditahlvdesigned. 5t Phone 23184.DPM'S ._ _ _ _ service. C. R. Bur"Lc..nsd. P. ., p.
Mrs Warren 1202 E. DELIVERY Service phone .
.. .. ..... rbnday.t GROVE CA-RETAKING la
,5a and hauling. SRVC
( ''Qi to The Sunday: Sentinel-Stor] Washington' Phcnp2-3506 or 2-Je83. moving all Its 5. dell
t wU. a..e.r and j I He has had training in businessadministration every load insured: reasonable rates. br.nch. for
ORANGE CTTY-Capt. and Mrs. I I TEMPORARY FOSTER HOME need your rgrove needs. ua .
........ ......... and Howard. Edward Webb entertained Mr. and from the University Church Group ed for s<-hool ace rhi'.d. Although DUMP TRUCK SERVICE-Top SOIL oslan and Co. 672 N. Orange K'A'; Ph. ". ou
: . e . ilia J.hn Krtrurr In of Florida and at Columbia expenses win be met. there I* no fill dirt delivered. Write H. A 2-9 *
Mrs. Claude. Hooker of Chattanooga. financial profit involved for anyone Pray. P O. Box, 102. .
I.I '' CLEANED and repaired :
: He is a' Lkb.r
New York. HOME
Tenn. last week. willing' to enter such anarranot.And . Phone County 33R12KNOLLENBERO'S out. Licensed and bonded Orto P0
i Or., Danls&n I and member of the International City' Holds Meet those interested muSt also be Local moving; Gale] phone ifiiisiii t i **jpfPlJiatMl"
Mrs. I George Hillshimer and I I .ble stand lnvptl 2203.HOUSES
strict atioo. I
to ..
....... ye Jy of Orlando. daughter Barbara have returned Managers Assn. Consequently only those should apply storage crating packing.: Also W AH by new steam lot )" aa fllK
.. n her The former city manager and who anxious have child lent for Delrber's Long D.t.o. I cleaning Looks clean like 0-
... wKtt parents. from At are to a in I Moving 506 St. Dial pre.s. ** YEA
Miami. Osteen new paint Harmless C
May_ to flowers
lit .. .. Mr* K P. la>w*. Mrs. Annie Moore has returnedto his wife who leave Cocoa today. values the home involved.for tHe Please possible. write intangible Box LONG -DISTANCE MOVING 41--All .brbber. Very reasonable.! Free es or rrfmrk. Lsasjai r
.* .*. t.t.. Klrtor Brller andTMTT will make their home at 1204 N. I 268 S-Star pint. Packing crating local I mov BteaI House Washing Co- W sl-'m
her home ,
in Wauchula after fSoeciol to The Sunday Sfntinel-Starl phone
Moving & Storage -
First Jacksonville Beach. RBAO
....... and Robert, have ; j DAILY SPIRITUAL ros- Co
s- _
: orrotor en
i I 113 W. Columbia. _
........ .. r. Junctton where visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Dempsey OSTEEN-The Adult Training Rev. A M. Oreaver. D. D. 512 W. Phone 8154. L WMOWER. REPAIRED Sharp p.sn> 0.
and family; here. Union of the Baptist Church held t Central. 5837MASSAGE _ _ _ Hanson ;
.ft i.....r, a, Ms.tafrd by the Ox Miss\ 18. Laundry Work Dlsseler Co.. 2309 K. p.er.. Ave. 2-lf
a%. Miss Olive Seymoure has returned -: Greenway ;! a meeting Thursday night at the Slenderizing; ate for HOUSE O. WAV9V0M ttfuig Hs* flaV Hgljvsenna.
WASHED Screenaiiidwindowa.
.* fVwsii C* Nruntir and Arthritis! : Gilbert's -
from Terryvllle. Conn.. i home of Mrs. George Hirt. 1206 W Yale.. 2-2018. Ladies only. LAUNDRY-73a W Uvln."oD. Enterdriseway Look like paint fobv. .s. rarjaur
T CWsiwetl: and Roy where she was called by the serious Mrs. P. T. Mrs. Lelia Itea. of lot Free work .. & Ms-jlM ,
Piety. mE'fYOUFRIE I Sa "The .sm.te auaraatd
........ a&as. M O.bWfl1l1e Becomes Bride BRING YOU FAMILY wash to Call I.. .
illness of her father. 1 1i I! ,: Wood. Mrs. Russ DeWitt. Mrs.' Town Ranch'* in Daytona Beach, 10 Autr._ _
- w iQ enter the I j I Serving the oest in foods and drinks -f DIrsln; tatlf.ctor7 .ork. iUGHY' HOME REPAIFro. WA
Mr. and Mrs. Donald I I W. i iGeorge
t. ., : : i Cook and *Ir jR. Williams and Mrs. F. N. at Daytona's outstanding lounge and back. frol .
PIs,44. oreehe.sorwka
.M The Sentinel-Stor]
(Special Sunday
family of Ashtabula 0.. are visiting l to attended the Volusia County i> bar. 16 S. Atlantic! Phone 9277. 19. Services Offered Including heating and ventilating. .
Np ... James Hackney t F of Miss --- AU work I"
n Mrs. Earl Cook at the Law- f r COCOA-The marriage Council Home DemonstrationClub W P Kelly: Registered Surveyor. .aa.nt."d. Can 5026. 5 .
It .... .......tax Mr. and )In.s Margaret Greenway. daughter of., 5 Church and Main Arcade Phone APPLIANCES REPAIRED P.ns HOME SERVICE General repairg. o J
rence Cabins here. j at DeLand
1 I 6348.' toasters and lamps Ph New construction. Windows screens
a ......... sd dahtnUnda Mrs. John Calvin Greenway. of Ions 5181.
W. Johnson Electric Co 23 E and
A. Bishop and daughter ar- Mrs. Rose Phillips is visiting in i _ ( caulking service. Licensed and
... ...'s $.eI. xuned Mn. rived last week from Springfield. I I Greenback. Tenn.. to Francis' Jacksonville. I!. Lost and Found AtARMCIIthtS REPAIRED Any bonded. Dowiwell. Phone 9522. I 11""h -
*........ MM. Ourirt Conrad Laurie Peterson son of Mr. and kind of clock or electric equipment I LAWN MOWER SERVICE-Precision :
Mass. to Join Mrs. here. Mrs. Dave Kidder and Mel- ... .
Bishop son
I BILLFOLD LOST-Ladies' Containingsome We fix everything. Barker Repair pick-up and deliv
..... .,..... sad Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Frank Peterson of Cocoa aound. .,
Mr. and Mrs. David Kerr left vin. of Akron. Ohio. are visiting cash bank book. driven Shop.48W.CentralPli.7696.AWNINGS_ ef. Machine a. Welding
r ...... fw pIcnIc: on stone Tuesday was solemnized Saturday, July 5. j license and other valusbe! papers.Reward . I Orange Ave.. Winter 8hop.
Milton Fla.. wherehe at the Lawson home.
.. at the bride's home. for return. Mrs. E. U. Kteen. POrIurt.iDS"Dt. -
.. .... i b.lnds MIRR REnVERE made t* .
a. .! WUttwood Tisitan4 will be stationed at the Navy The bride's gown was of white I i Mr. and Mrs. K. Mueller of De- ph. 2- 462 or 5553. __ mater.1 Phone 9826 Florida Awning order glass Or- S.
base. slipper satin, fashioned with a ': Land have moved into the dblin DOG LOST-Black and tan bound. S. . 01. A Mirror Wks: 8249. .
.. and DW
.. . aunt. Mr.
Mrs. Hubert Couletter and chil-I home. Near WORZ tower Troy Garrtn. ADVICE TO BUILDERS-And Supplyquotations. M la
MI. W.... 1Mpp. Thursday.m ''' 1 f I sweetheart neckline long sleeves P. O. Box, 797. Orlo Vista. Pla. See Mr. Igou at Mills Comfort.' -OtT-lp .ltle.as .. .
dren of Jacksonville of Jeacle of DeLand _
guests Mr. and Mrs. ; Moe
W... lEarn Hayes of ending in lily points over the phone Orlando 5091. Re..ard.fiOOL and Nebraska. to give of service. Opes York .
M .
pa.i Mifc. *. sd. Mr. her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. ,, wrists. and a full skirt ending ina I spent last week with Mrs. L. Wood. i ST= M.lr cock.. -"-spaniel: ACLENE and .. ; for Inspection." Russ Mattress Co- D. ,.
:> Uongwood. "Major' Black and el..cre .elln" 1122 W. Church I
white If
Warrensford.I cathedral train. Her fingertip Mrs. E. Peel is spending the i finder on pumps..1 : 2-221. c.
.. afIMB tXreta and Mrs. will .
retnrn. will give
bred .
-. I I S. P. Cole has returned i veil fell from a halo of lace, seed weekend with Mrs. Joe Masters. from same dog to finder. Call pappy Winter and aluminum road and.brass ; OFFICE ICHIE REPAIRED-Oorservice 495.
... I *f .nford were I 1 tasting. McKinney Check with
4Li-. Mr. and Mrs. from Lakeland. pearls and orange blossoms. She Miss Alice King of Washington.D. Park 440-R. Machine Works. 131 W. Kaley. George Stuart..r 13 S.dWa! St. phone I ..m. C-.
Mrs. Katherine Toons. spent the I carried a white prayer book under C.. and Miss Gladys Humpreyof iili-S-CAP LOST8tudetlllhr"l4President AIXIS CLESEv aP.r :- 8158.

sir".,, ::5JeI.Albert.,. la.kins weekend in Leesburg the guestof 'i a white orchid from which fell a '' New Smyrna were guests at the Garland or Church.model Reward.vicinity 726 Pine.W. P.r Home Mahlner Co.Onus. 40 PLASTER Also minor PATCHING repairs. Orlando by an .per HOl. I ; =

friends. shower of streamers spaced with Peity home. Stetson. 5434. W Robinson; 2-271. Maintenance; dial 994$. (e...
o.a. tutting
are < Mrs. -Dorsey Stubbs of Sebastian tuberoses and fernery. She was Mrs. R W. McCullough and Mrs.A. .
w ..... ..... Mrs. Hugh ---- -- -- -
visited her parents. Rev. and given in marriage by her cousin Hough with her children. MarI I
.... Mi4 !..< sod MUs Sarah ,
tu > Philip K. '
Mrs. W. Greenway. St.
C. Rogers hers last week. lyn and Pat returned from
.... I I The bride's only attendant. Miss Petersburg Friday. Miss McCollum Becomes Bride

I Louise Hall of London wore blue Mr. and Mrs. O. Spring left for Lodges Affedd
I net fashioned with an off the I I
BeachReganNuptials a Northern tour Sunday.
Mrs. I
I The shoulder bridegroom's neckline only and full attendant skirt. Roy McCullough spent last week j Of iJ;'. Myers' at Auburndale

in Jacksonville.

I Guest ToldDAYTONA I Spencer.was his brother-in-law.chief yeoman USN Fred R.of !i I j -I' "- The SundoSen'inpiStor, ] f Miss Joan Miller of Orlando, a In Tax

BEACH-Mrs. Elizabeth St.. Petersburg. ; Nance-Fatilk SANFORD-Friends and relatives I college roommate. attended the Ruln
Shower Prachar of Brooksville has of many Florida and out-of- bride wearing a pink dotted Sw'
At 1 gown of lines similar to the ) If MA
announced the marriage of her State cities came to the First Pres-
and mittens. Her colonial
Mrs. Glass matching I
eM"" ....4 REACH-Mrs. Earl I daughter Miss Rose Elizabeth Re- ,\ Nuptials Told 1 byterian Church at Auburndale nosegay was pink and ...hit 8ANPOM fO 0-11s

.. t*"* of honor fan to Otto Frank Beach son of last Sunday to attend the wedding with. blue ribbon tie. ._

p .. 1u.* a us* ehnf1' given, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Beach. 193I : Miss Faber 1| fSoec'Ql to The Sunday SenlStarl. of Miss Nancy Luella McCollum. Moughton Jr., of Sanford served Court .

... .. 11ft IMIUI Malay. and I 8. Ridgewood. Ormond. COCOA-Mr. and Mrs. William'i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. HarryClifford as best man and Ha C. McCol exempt _

*. ,,,U. ....,. Ai ..4 8. Pal- The wedding a double ringceremony I Heniard Faulk Jr.. of Rockledge. McCollnm of Auburndaleand lum Jr.. and Mina of set in _

....- ... took place in the Zion Give DinnerS ||1 have announced the marriage of Andrew Myers Jr., son of Mr. Sanford were ushers. Seminole ., os ____
Lutheran Church of Tampa July their daughter. Mary Lyda to Lt. and Mrs. Andrew Lewis Myers of .
*>_- nmlnl lira. Carrie In the receiving line at the reception I .
>...t Mr* M.itrerrtu Brame.Mra 19 with Rev. E. Lammert of Clearwater ( ; to The Sunday Sentinel-Stor] I' [ugh James Wilson Nance USN. Sanford. Rev. J. I. Wheery pastor at St. Albans Episcopal pr] .. '

. liii .... Lola 1102*. .officiating. ENTERPRISE Mrs. Anna son of Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Nance, performed the ceremony at par house with the bridal couple Of O ajtJ .

. ..... t4qialet. Muss Jane The couples' only attendants Glass and Miss Doris Faber were of Monroe. N. C. t 4:30 p.m. and Mrs. McCollum. M In S.eUos ._.. a

.._ 1... wr Malay Miss j were Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hendrix hostesses at a buffet supper Thursday The ceremony was performed at The church was aglow with candlelight Myers and Miss Miller. fry. reeorda af itv --U-

......... ..... Mra. WiUIe of Tampa at whose home a reception -' night at Mrs. Glass's home on the Jacksonville.Riverside Presbyterian Saturday July Church.5. at : from the sevenbranchCandelabra The bride's table with lace cover nearly M cost la *M _.

i.-m ttra J ktMts Pounds. Mrs was held immediately follow- I Lake Shore Dr.. in honor of Mrs. and was decort was centered with a three Property .
5 The Rev. Albert J. Kissling t
lug the ceremony. p.m. j with pedestal baskets tiered wedding cake topped with wh...
.... seisin. i". Mrs Virginiato !JO., G. McAlexander on her birth- of that church. officiated. whit
*.. !*.. O w tOork. Mra. Bill I Mrs. Beach is a native of[ day. pastor The bride chose for her a I,I gladioli and pal. George Ak white carnations and gladioli with t2UI. oat*

ap.. WI. ..awt ii Becks. Mrs.NI. ;. Brooksville and attended school I < The following were guests. G. G. street length dress of beige gown I organist pla musical pre branched candelabra and lighted totals whh.. ..

., ...... U,. Chart Oonta.QajHa. there. Mr. Beach. who attended I McAlexander Miss Euretta Faber. with matching accessories.She crepe i lude. Miss Barbara Herring accompanied -' tapers on either side and an heir $
.. Mra. MurrayMra. school in Ormond. served for two> Miss Alma Louise McAlexander Mrs. Jere Stambough loom cake knife was used by the Ti cseo-pt .
was by two -
".... Oralton. years with the Navy during the! and Zona Gale of DeLand. Mr. and sisters from Brenau College. The vocalist bridal couple to cut t cake. all h."I. .
S sr. He now plans to study photography Mrs. M. bride, given in marriage by Assisting in the guests Ings r
.. IfjaMi. a4 UMS Bertha OralIOftI'OIIM'IT.- H. Ryan. Miss Helen Miss Virginia Boyd. of Jackson- her father clad ..
.... U.. j mn ), at the Vocational School I Snodgrass and Roy Caldwell of ville. and Miss Mary Murphy. of i white eyelet was batiste i a sweeping were Mrs. Mansell Orchard. Mrs. which art .

V.. ,...Tan MXJWkJc. and Mrs. at Welch. The couple are livingat ; Enterprise and Howard Bruce of Savannah. Ga. I bodice, high gown of fitted .J..1 Wheery. Mrs. Mabelle Tavlin. profit bail .
neckline peplum and L. J. Mrs. W Pal- ,
C. b..lNo
183 S. Ridgewood St.. Ormond. Monroe. Shar. oft
...... The bride is well known in Bre- | bustle with a short .
j I '. train A seed- more Mrs Miss Audrey such aa the
vard County. She attended the > pearl tiara held an illusion veil. Smith. McCollumand parka. ..
Seminole Commissioners Cocoa schools. later enrolling in | The bridal Mi
was Mrs Miss Susanne -
Miss! LVIM Frances Weds Brenau Academy Brenau. N. C.. colonial of and lilies Lyn At one .
I Logan To Hear Tax Complaints> where she graduated. She is a i .., of the valley gardenia puffs French and Mrs.Eger H. C. McCollum the Jr.piano. .was by a ._..

I l5.-c.al; to The Sunday Sentmel-StorJ. graduate of Rollins College Win- raaline. She carried i occupied by Use
a Battenberg in charge of the guest book. e
tinstin! James Francis Huntress SANFORD-The Seminole County ter Park and a member of Alpha '! } lace handkerchief formerly car- i More than 150 oUt-f-toW and from all & <.

Commissioners headed by H. B. Delta Pi sorority. i riedby her maternal Later
grandmother out-of-State guests came to t .
*, ..... i <.,-'S'l14ThI brother. William Logan of Daytona Pope. will sit tomorrow at 2 pjn. The bridegroom attended North j I f;: \.. r and wore a single strand of pearls ': the wedding of Wines raised &n ._

of Miss Beach. at the Court House as a tax equalIzation Carolina State University.Raleigh j. . ii. .which was the bridegroom's gift i Central Florida t. preme O a
marrUg*) ,
The matron of honor. Mrs. board to receive complaints, N. C. for three years after which j .1 I which

..... ........* Logan daughter of James Nance was the bride's only and requests for adjustments. he received appointment to the I Ii t ) \ I points owl tot oaay _

: ... K**.* L Olsfirn of cocos.j : attendant. Edward Huntress of t This board will not be concerned i Naval Academy at Annapolis. Md.. 4 iC P a/011' M. Williams To Wed of the b. .I
where he graduated in 1944. He ( ,
Jag**. rYancl. huntress Salem. Mass..brother of the bride- with property taxes in the City of th. _
groom.was best man. LL [j...l Sanford but only; from taxpayers has been stationed at Banana River exempt from
... ..-,...ti Saturday; Naval Air Station here for .
James' Nance served as usher.Following of the county. several .,. Geraldine Marshall In Saatarsi _
aft M t 9m, In St Mary's the ceremony a reception weeks. where he was. completing I j Miss B. % affect _

.. .. Rttrklfdce. The his flight training. He has : 1 .
was held at the House of t < Lodce.
$._ ....Uma. of Sasrm. Allen. after .which the young cou- Live Oak High School received orders to proceed to NorI I ; : -. [S-"ir'. to The Si.-, .

...*.. 4 UM bridegroom. folk. Va. for further assignment.For I SANFORD-Mr. and Mrs. H. G. .
f ple left for a short wedding trip.They To Get New Boiler MRS. ANDREW The wedding of couple will main fleer s.laboratories
are now at home at Banana; the past several days the Mal of Oklahoma City, Okla.. .
.... was WauUfully. df'Ci Hirer Naval Air Station where ,iSoeriol to The Sunder Sen' nel Star young couple have been at home . wedding told. I aounc today the engagement be held Sept. 8 a the Wesley; tax,.. a

i Sr.... ._._ ..... gladioli tubeFJi..Dd Ensign Huntress is at present disbursing NEW SMYRNA BEACH-A newboiler to friends at Ocean Lodge. Cocoa I of their dughte.Geraldine Bar- Methodist Church of Oklahoma The
fernery officer. will be installed in the Live i Beach. I bara. to E. Miller Wil-I City.Sportsman's. / ford b

Out of town guests were Mrs. Oak High School at a cost of'' years of college work. at Riddle I liams. Mr. and Mrs. Voile I by a .

,. George Huntress mother .of the j 4000. according to a city; hall i i I Kissimmee Student Inter American College. Coral Williams of Sanford. for the a
i wu played at theI permit', issued yesterday. Miss Marshall is a graduate of i Group .1
- bridegroom Edward and the i Gables. Fla.. John Paul Riddle from taxea.Are. .
Mm i JaurLird Bovard. George Huntress brothers of the Other permits went to: George I Wins Scholarship I chairman of the the Hockaday School for Girls of I Cancels Sanford Meet .
board said
yes- houwsag
_5 gewn was of white bridegroom all of Salem. Mass.; [Taylor house. $4.800; Earl Howard. tSpeeio! to The Sunday Sen'Inef-Starl! terday. Dallas. Tex.. and is now attending I I and

; *_* lace yoke and court- Mr. and Mrs. V. L.Jerry of Platts- 1: two houses _and garages. $3.800 I MIAMI-/tTKissimmee student ) Miss Graves won the competl-|' the University of Oklahoma where (Special to T Sunday Sentinel-Star half H&L

*&* St*. rssnVd a white burg. N. Y.: Mr. and Mrs. Al Jenkins each: Jesse Robinson house. Miss Willa R. Graves.'daughter tion. which was open to all Florida she is a member of Chi Omega SARD-Te Board of Direc all tax

.... TymZ. .Bsi a _hlt*? orchid of Philadelphia; Edward $2.500; John L. Clark. one cari of Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. sorority.Mr. County fr .
Graves. high
... ... 0 nDlft fINd clutch feU Klotz. of Jacksonville: and Mr. i garage $400; J. E. Bellwood. cabin I 318 Bryan.SU one of four Statewide graduated school this students who the basis were Williams attended Sanford Sportsman's Assn. decided Friday 1 TJ 8.- - ..

a .....T* white sellS rtbbona. and &W. Logan of New Smyr j $2.200: W. B. Hedges re-roof. winners of a $1,200 educa- i of her marks year on schools and upon his graduationfrom there win. be no general meeting per cent of :
tr on examinations Fork Union Military Acad- of the e I'A.
aM *M ttvA to urriAf. by na 1 I lional scholarship group An*. \ a previously Living earal
i$308.'I covering two prepared by the college. emy he entered the Navy and scheduled.. .
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4 t- P. r..t 33. Articles for Sale' I 33. Articles for Sale j 33. Articles for Sale i i 33. Articles l for Sale J3. j. 47. Rooms for Rent eNs J"

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apaoolll CITK- 4-nloee. $49 SO. j LUMBER Everything la building PUMPS electric deep and shallow WOOD "u! !
er... Pursuer I I LAKE ST.. 112 So.-Large v 1
Co- .15 Wed "atn
.'"t. PURNTTURK. USEI>-Below are listed lumber and wood. Colonial Lum- 'e. Easy payment nothing down I|I volt; Ideal able rooms, single and
-.r. 'f oal' a few of the many values | per. Cheney Hlshway. Ph. 1-14. little a 15 per month. Bel- ''p.lat : a and up. doubl. 1.5 JULY _
.u.ooZ&R A coed buy: TIn- I.' .Uell in oo4 vied fur I many WeU Drilling Pump IIPI7. Church S.'IO" .I 2. I
:. .tue4I..st '*" cepI.teIy rebuilt niture. mUl clear our floor for LAWN AND GARDEN SUPPLIES i Winter Garden Rd 1 mile PARK LAKE CIRCLE 701-Lovely I
t $0$ *143 Dodge 2-toa truck-trie and the new line. I 1 i Lawn mowers hose., sprinkler Orlo Vista. Orlando: phone 7087. | .quar- room newly decorated. Innersprlnas. !

tr fl.r. D. K. Henderson. I 13-Victory sofa beds. S3 each: 3 complete line of hand t... H. H O"U line. Phone 1485. t 51.I _

e..,. 413. 101 North aueet. Trailer sofa beds, $10 each; overstuffed I i P.r Hardware Co.. Orans I I FOR I I
1 ROOMS-1 single. 1 double. 1
chairs. $5; oak settee. (10; U.t
DsPtessS4Lech.yja.IooM kitchen table. S2; wicker lore arat. LINOLEUM-AU .1.. and, ".te. PCUPS. WELLS. WATER ISTW i i New :: : ; housekeeping. Hot and cold .atr
$ .C Ti-Tw1a; mahogany" I 12: wicker table. AI yard Fumtl' apartment I f o Outside la orI I
teed 11.5 oak Morie .. College Park. Complete. down payment. 36 eat..I. I..a ATAI_
i be .
seen I couple
I eII .... grewrc" 40. chair. *4; a-plere room ..1. months toN pay. William Oakley 59 -ts.rau." 1 6tb St
________ needs $10 LUGGAGE all. 6
: one or arl. I S Acres-B
cnr. kth.a c.bll. TIR. N. Garland; toilet seats ST.. 419 N.-Room for 1 or 2 .
BAS>B AiDWOVJ 115 133.RI0le7 SHE

.z --a Ky l..* UT ia.Wtw.*.Roklnsoa.''WIRE.. Ames fenrlng-Phone Feed odd baby: pieces wardrobe carriacei.of household lrnk.S3 up.H.rea.Many furniture other S20; 2-2334.Harvey Moa. 1. lt. Ph. American I I mile ruI privileges.s. ladies. Bus Twin U.b.._ lIES.withkItchen ,. T1-Pared _ "

special low price Mather of I' LADY'S SUIT-Litht aray. all wool. and Fad. pliance Co ST. JAMES HOTEL South and =

la.r.OOOy..ooo. Undo, 56 E. I Very smart worn very little. Siae Coal St I f good Rosalind. Summer rate Single. 89I i iC
condition used Church mOe4 Ao ; I._ f
1$ Will sacrifice. S13. Phone Winter
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t I II
I. I' W. week
'- -: .etise. Very rUlOaable.> Park 593R.LVATORYW.ob. tsbles. Bomb Had..r. I up: doubles C.I 9253.
Pnis SeejSaiioM Church om a t
I YMCA-Attractive for youngSingle I
basin CaU at I UTILITY I rooms -
TILl ta Rust-Proof Per. i PtTRNrTCRE I 1 P'Dd 1, RUG 8x10 ft.: also rus and pad men. or double. 86 and up I .:
.... FOR bet.ea
AB color LOW cost. free IALple.mapl bull ft. Phone p.ula. Call 8006.I .
,4 Sunday. l
I IL pm. 546. ,
bedroom Ma .
lmel** Central Florida Sale*. 2323 .Iftrc St. I IwkU. .
_ii l $244_ 'PI. and new innersprtnc mat LAWN MOWER-Gaoline. 240S E.J.rkl" REFIOIRATREletrlc. A-l C.DI I Kentucky tested. I REAL LUXURY-Larse room. Private .
Ire. C125: Domestic treadle sewing i I I| lake front home Cool clean mod- !j
,. cblfferob. me- m.cbae. 2-plece over stuffed ''I dito. 1 I ::: .2 : ern. quiet lane tile bath and
.s.. flataa. 850. Static hoUTJJJ 13.5 LEAU kinds of dltrn.lof. i lag of test- oo..r '
I I S49 SO: sofa bed. RESTAURANT -Set of 4 : 1 :
BooT Private b-ach I
S.nsle II i
. ke*: 838. 43t E. Kilty a,.. rom 'i Alto slab complete e Equipment cost. : de 1.. OCI
S3S a -
- .. ; good used bed spreads. $1 SO: fine for fence chicken barn : I i H..r ency References_ ".._9764 j BVUL __
bed sheets. 11: pillows with cases Cl. Co. 128 W. Church St._ _ I buy fatlonaU "Ihe. I
: I and nursery. M. W. NICE COOL ROOMS. S7 week ] tIos. -
Irons at w.l Ia
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tAPIHAp.WARE..W. hue i: f 1: electric ran.e. 179.50: rollaway Wanhlntton. IS.o ROOFING-Full line roof roofing I := .
I have
private beach horseand trees *.tbedrOs.
-. bae. for yourself. brd. complete. ice I and Reroof and rdla.
ISP* c u II. Oraase and box. 145: large 21.Proae., bartain. I I LAMP SHADES-Parchment and silk. alaal. plan. Smith. ou- i A"II ..BorkI orange JUt free guest. ; areflnod
..a..a: 125 small fat All s.zes and styles. Johnson Elec- Sport I : I'Ol _West_ sblsddeiSsol c BEmertck.
: electric lron"r. bet Co.. Oran.eand Gs Wabla'tla" .. .
flat trl Co.. 23 E. Church. R.lrod.RUG27d2feltn.spc ter P.I.FOR all or CL":AN BMltor. I .
c*** iMfaTrR-TF..rItPT. desk. j I 1Z.5 top dnk. 135: apanmentI al CM"ORTABE rooms -
:I, $29 oil LAWN Ib i Chea- sip or preferred Ave. Tel 7348. _ _
wots w eli.* _dIUo. Bargain. I. rne. SO: l..reae I RAKES.rmeal. AU do.ble Oat..m.A -
VIsssse4Ise4__ or 497.cIIlrrtoJgln I I $3* SO. .rd- I .t le. Hard.a. I'I 1.el.. Church St. Trl..r. SALE 0 31 : \ndento3 i;
robe. $19 50. Sewell Thurmond Pnr- ,i 102 West Church. .4 : SEVuy SUCSU -.a..--
.. I I nltnrt Co W. Pine Stphone PLYWOOD-Waterproof fir nal.bl.1 base. 25.000' oDD ,; 471. I
rsy& 1 LAWN Klipper. Self I I I I Rental Agencies .. .-
Hibiscus Ct. 4070. j MOwEI" -Ia. x 4 x 16 It* 5 Hi- !
I I Bntts-Stratton i tll baU. ...
.Tar 3 16. Pine Castle Boat & Construction ,
tile. 6 and 8'
I $119 52. Iserman Co.. Win- supply yea \ -
CAIii"A_M mm. C-3 Artu with ..tor . I Co.. phone 2-246. i I good desirable tenant free of charge I j inc kttchan -. "pa ,

1-aeSt ait..-... ealareer and 'REfRIOERATORNeed. repair.. '' bels.a.. to and obligation. Just phone us your I and tatoauu It*
Mc Jwll "ek rMa equipment 19O6 W. i FURNITURE-Por 4 rooms. 165O.I LIVINGROOM SUITE 3-plece. 20'.0J vacancy Gardner Real Estate lot la taacfteqssl s)ahrW n
._ rt.r W erPrk._ i,I!: Shown starting Mon. S15 E. 10th. I> '21.S. Orlando Furniture Co13 steel pipe, White cv !90S Ccun St Phone Aa.-I Price $hll.. B
210 Ib thick butt shin a
'! Mt. Dora. Better Home Section. WeR Street. Ron Red I low O e B
CMCVIAT1NO Ou.-HLA1IftS.Spesol ( Colors green red. red blend. WE HAVE- service Iciarte | =
t ga 8sa ROOM SUITE-New. 1500" 4' AU 1 Dial 81a
**> Bry I pee eedwrttea let Summer rCoLmlteC supply just *e- tap. Slate; bWnd. also roll roofing all colors 29
.0 4u'D' M R try cost $210. nel1lc. for 1110. I Co&- tat. Ito .f., 1 atitM 06 _
r TerrieS Hardware.J' poultry and rb and 15 Ibs. felt. McCormlck Roofint SU Sooth Court Street.
aae Av*. Phone 2-1841. bit. Knox Stores Co. ZS E P. New maple bedrom Co. 915 8. Division St. Ph. cast Iron; I per
and mattress, only $165. Winter 2-355. Chick
.*HRET-MetaL Completely-n Phone 2311.URNRE. BOO-COATEvO Give ; .' 49. Business Rentals I
Park 217-R. u-ro-a ; better red .
,- _ _ _ _ SEYSSLY t. '
>asisHlka. Ptt. $-i34

..:! :-.r. Mtm .CT_...-1- chairs: re- > ,11 offce .desk.USED*39-Gas 50; beds.na.e.S3 5 1 WDPlne.dresslnt.upres. Foster Also e.and I c.wAed: d on a lift., lUG lr .a'i> CII W* |1 laying each. 'I OFFICE AVAILABLE. IB new office era 3-sisiusi S. esttr kaasas Ms m I js81aj M I

.1It . free._. ail .te,e: taa stove; cb'aet 125: chairs. 1 Son Saw Mill. Narcoosseo RADIOS.-Buy 01 the Seasonl! Al Admlrl In. second floor Prominentlocation bath Large sntsal masl T W iCOLLBOB
es Nii .*.sw8a i anal sg4ae desk: and other i iIwe Whitmiro Co.. 306 and Junctol. radios 20' off they at a discount Parking In rear. Only S4V of eomzuctso Odds..

Ware MAS N. Or.aado Avenue. Church. Ooldenro .. la.t. like your cholc. Orlando S.le h..ni no lease required. Carrlgan Bids K72XOrnge. ,floors. a so ixcludoo '
Very .
R- p.e FANS-Free demonstration 1. A Service. 608 N. Orange: are off the I ph 2-45S1. _. C
i .
a 'ou good condition. Mrs. C. o .
Mae CWte rT ADJUSTERS.-Door etoawr 0.home of window e.han i i Box 124. Wmdermere. Pla. Weelew. STUDIO COUCH Like new. Phone 'I '' circular-, OrC&SPACI orrt.-O sib T .1 5

.* **tavea. leek sets of aU Free estimate on con- I 1, 7468 see 701 Park Loke tendent or w. .nl
*. MM Starch La.kcr C. M. Ortnge pletely installed. Modern Appliance LOUVRES-Galvanized. 14x1. $2.70;; Circle. e :i 2-0991 for Information.
I r owl Bat road Inc.. 428 N. Orange; 2-2514. i 14x24. 12 85. Smyth Lumber Co- M.Orante 6 P.D ST 641 N. I
and Railroad. REROhl-16i5. M
.. raBBl MMTXM -ri Cub FLOOR FINISHING .Ipmeat SODA Complete with I __!! .. nest d. PAK .: _.
---t- B.wia*., Oaiaer A*eat*, 1&10'.. serv- Practically new. SaDe. edger, LADDERS.-SteD. straight ad-- FUTAI compressor. C. MOTORIZE low bulls os 1_ .

-'--1.r .. east**** C Maw: MAO. ,' waxing machine. M.ddo.Jos. tension.and Smyth Lumber. Co.. NOr- Hook.cabon.tor$43 Central Ave. J. modern way STORE-ROOM. 803 E. Washington. ,, =: I
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Eumby CoPUI1NITtJRZBreskfast .
_ . .._ rtburou. DRAIN "ROOFING -oaivaauswd Hd. Rtro.d.LUMSEDr ser. It's a Private ___ .O- I
tS -.-. .. S 1. I sad !' feet lengths. set. 100-lb. framing theathlnc. I a Whizzer Sum- =; I
J . I. A isssiiaiias .rkll\l aporo await I i Coolerator tea box. bed with Inner.Spring I'I forlal. finish. Smith I I plain oureaa 7 SHOP SPACE-120 W. Pine. er loarlee i 85*

. iou ... al our Iron door. Wilson I'1 mattress and box .pra. Iwo | Lumber Co.. and Railroad i I I STEAM CLEANER-Kerrlck. Ha Just Oranee. 2-4t>$ cask, klaae Senas WBRealtoe. _

- -.Jr iioaard .a'...,*. :11* B. Orange couch. chair. 4 "Ule LUMBER building material and been thoroughly reconditioned Hoii ef- '; M .staaB. lASS t
SEVEa aid STORE SPACE wanted for
MOMOM Trmtt Pu _lall1.I' Ave.. rk. 499-ft. I hardware; new low prices. Pine i let Chevrolet Co- 115 W. Central $ I: sin 1.
"iiI i I Centrally located. 850
CAM** trrtUTT BAGS, ; Castle Lbr. Hdw. Co.. phone 57S4 Ave. ; : I' per _
:T ; i-- kviieatrpe.MM EXTRA !' top Box 244 'woe U-4 peom seom
: : . ; FURNITURE SPECIAL ; LAWN 'I I .shed.I rental .
c WalnutS
pew $2.24. MW age. Her.we. -One i MOWERS-"P" proven to 42. Girls 2 aeeruawtjta.furaaslwd I '
: .. ., . . IM. OMW. n W Churrh.CTOVU piece dining room suite. Clove vuality. We stock the part. Bum- I yrs I ,I 269 3 roea said . t. so-"
:, STORE ROOM 30X52 ft. located In
: eN Jut received. out. Ortginslly S239.SO. now III.S. be Hardwere. 102 W. Church. SOFA selection of color roulsi. A I i, Sliest ;S 5510
BEDSNlc. : , splendid! retsII section. Ideal for
...kf Hardare. Myrtrk's Furniture. Avalon KOV far the home. and Mor Furniture Co. la automatic drug or hardware atore. S1OO ,
JTT : ., .a Two -
Building 483 N. dial
; ... : _ OraDI. 2-1'3. adventure travel CoHen Park. I PW 1300 i, Mc.H month on lease. Hsr.ow G. Fredrick. : C. a' t

I BfBK PIUMO CABINET ComalneSM Bowstead's Camera Shop; 1039 N.i Coa.l Rd. | I Real Estate 118 N. Orange Dial $850.. aulooslehod LastS,, ,.
''5** PlarMl Buslaesa Equlp- FURNITURE to 11 discount. (i Orange: can 2-1515. rm 8188. Laew topIc tea.landecapess. .,

t --. --.R.E mona l'. ISO irth Oraate Are. Stock 01 flno madt and MAGIC CHEF tablo top nan u..d. I SIKK3 I :31. I II I Gel. S .

-.. .. i'Xskiai 8484 period furniture.. Also I.brlc. Cox 1830 Hlrrest A.e.M at- I 05555. fm.. asoB ., ait-'s' ;
upholstering Co. 2725 N. I
MSt LJOrTT PLAKT.: : 33 ve.t.. heavy OrDI. Uk. new. Plan your kthel around the new DIAMONDS 1 tvn. TO LEASE-Approximately 3500 Aye .IfS
TOBiZblsac. I .
FLOWER POTS-Clay > American New new .
**" _* *. wverbauled with ie- i deaaJ I aold ft ground floor storage spare 0C1 J ". .
* assM .-tri. Call 8028.Vra Borne la color 7c beauty, new features castre Se .". new fireproof building. Office COO.OSLAL -
- w Stores MAIL BOXES-City mall boxes. .. 3 a ..
Co. as E. PJne. Phone 35 tion new 1.
2-316. conyeDeae. sysre and eerrelartah aerelce stall.able. ..
> Oak sad IBHIM. dip and up. Knox Stores Co.. 25 I I on effortless. I : : .. ts13. -
.--- MM elsA !... ..... $2 M. [so. i I FfTPAN1ExtrhP mium. t* Pine. Phone 2-31e3. _ Double wall.ld.. .llat. deadened L'b.ULk. ; on bu Harlow 0 Fredrlek. Real E .. par$..0cs ... -,
luad ta'e. N. Orsnse. dial 5155. .
don ... I Ii
& 2I :
Phone I
.. I 2S E. Pine. Phone 2-3l63.PtTiSEVICiiANKOve. j I MOWINOMACNEae horse IF_ and insulated. Dra.er 1 piece i 1 and 2Soo.riellec5.p-t t
Phone 8927. steel rounded corner and fur quick i
I I 1 _
*soA Madest ebti. .. 1.6OO easy cleaning. OLD GOLD- Sum- VACANT STORE WANTED WeU (083105S .mhome.
t sree. sees tasseL r t1PI: e& with 2 pm. meters and iSTRIRNER.- ... Waiter J. Wilcox tec, 61 5. Robinson for 'i located with or hdIOU" : i bulB W beeped h # I
1b I Phone Red. Leesburc. I IBe I 102 Founded 1936. I broken quarter suitable for art _
.sys Oria$2. Weed154.Mfl.S. of taw .Ioei 1 -
:: W. Church. rom .
: erly Orloo.rd.YVRNITURI. | high class curio l shop. In Orlando
1905 W. WIshing- Brkm.n I littlef.oors. s
see OFFICE o towns on Isst Coast Address Ar'tlat.P. = '. I

." .flhiie: ,... TTSED-Wamnt chlff- I tAT CASES-New Hussmann. .. 10 SAIL BOAT-New 18 ft. sloop. Builtin I Get our O.-Box 2027. Fort Myers.' Fla. gate Tke s e of .n.' .

..a.&III 11II11. Odd rb. 124.50: dresrer. $9 95: baby i ft. Complete with compmsor. I '46 to seU for S900. WIll take Stuart. S. FOR RENT-Office lpe la Cob. range water sseaterfrigeratae ..

.. pS. 4.29 position sprinc. S1 5 75- I Ij Por Immediate! delivery. C. M. Hook. $300. Very I. and sea worthy. 1027: 1 nlaltown. 2nd lor. lrnt. 3 nu-e issai 0 P1.855w... .85
_ pound ke box. like new $39 SO 543 W. Ceatrl .. Morse rooms private Apply Curry N Oraswe. Hiss 8181
BOOM ifT-DIMft. set dinirt j tables. 15: Hollywood rot i __ i EdU..tc raw for 2bedI| ElertricCo 643 N. Miii.. "It's sreat 85COLOIIIALTUWN 1
S tstwi estasr, Mudia eavch. beds. 14* SO: 3-pleca wicker set. 119 SO. MOTOR SCOOTER Good I SHOTGUN. Remington. Automatic I I I 2-14. ,II service . _
TO LEASE indus
,sassi ebe.t out,. chair. ." "r. Mather of Orlando. E. Church. Bee 2500 :: I I gauge. Excellent condition. PARROT. j round WED I
at Formosa Street. ,
I I L.e 3OOO sq. ft or
:2-3228. -
I...- so Pb- se& 2-8701. I II I ed In .1. > John 323 Magnolia. more .
ScshM rr&-TalWe. .mafli FLOOfl COVERING Inlaid and I I STAMP COLCON. JAMAICA ture.__Writ E. eves ..
4 ...nu'l. A aer o. gtoffke. printed linoleum, YOC Nearly Dial 2- u&. .
rubber-like rua Scl1fc. DO'
th. Yes I 50. Wanted to Kent
,uL1T ._ II' tiers and proadfelt at Olldden' new 14 Wunr. a penny. I 4411 before 10 p.m. 8ua&l for Mr. I' BUY used ; ; I :" .
YOI cl Irni I mle -
. ..,. .U w. VMt4ai PENCE PT' ft. 2 to 3lae I new bicycle especially I Gjbsen.SURFACE fore selling. I APARTMENT Mother and 7 year I besealow thea. both '
butt: huad. 4 to IIael I built for the Wbluer Motors. I GRINDER-Abrasive number No 2 store. II I ,i old son. Furnished. Permanent. : baa soom omia tsoi 1-

IIII- psasa-- he, due. $tOO; butt; $25 baDred. Winter I Easy terms. Whlner Motor Sale. I I 3B with dust collector motor I 8-4883. room Phone_5743.I ._ "M bItches ellA !_ .

IkVikeo taut. M" .._. U" M 18. Little Tr 602 N. Orante. 2.46$?. and wheel New. never been used. I WHEN i I I .,. I APARTMENT unfurnished rooms extra da Hilac met. eat85 "I

wtk __ **oO; .. rA1.IUaa.. special I MAIL. 1 25 up. City 1 St.Bargain. Denaon Co. 640 8. Hutbey I value is : I I close in by business .o.a. Phone In laasri' cellOs

.5. we dM l e. fleaikl shaftS I 35c BxR..rl. Co.. M. land Street at 2-1166. tar ase and ..*wasU B
St **.. SIC stew a, h .. | It 14.e. 1..15 ra at prance and Lmber I SHOW CASE-* ft., back bars and land: 22367.WE _unfurnished. fixtarws Pistil i teats' * B
C..rh.I Rira.MOTRCBl _ _ I APT OR HOUSE-3 or 4 rooms -
f'I saa Ts Pr.,. 1104 FLOOR PAN-Larse. 150. lawn mowI dl.a Scout. Per- .al c.blaet. Wesch. Trading BUY Very small child. Phone for 111 StM Call!! 'i a

IB* > 8, CVewd. PI*. I er. $10: Morris chair. $25; foreltaI $200. Complete 1 Cblrcb St. I net Jewelry :-07ol. Ext. 1299. O A A B.__ l .ao.; _I-MM._18* I Pigs,

M* PSirttt BO E'Carrier.JO cP I I stamp collection. ll 912 rut. $33; wheel trailer frame. 4 x 0 ft. Good j I SHELLAC-.-" bulls I eye. in 24 B. Orante. I and 4- i! APARTMENT OR HOUSE 2 bedrooms COLONIAL A .. '.

I ea af. pvaetieaiiy Caa | 2 bird cases. I 0. I. Jackson St.' "I tires: $25. Camera. 8 M M. Doves; white and orange. ItoIO Co- WE : in I b.th I furnished In desirable neighborhood ram h-tys 0916 ,

w ps4sd al m W. -Ctigrek 8V i nUOREC' FIXTURES lit*. I I $10 1425 E. Concord Ave. j 25 E. Pine. Phone 23113.I j( AR. .. i I I by expectant coupie.! Perma-I oak floats _.1.. 'atesir I

-at hess : S .-.0i I I I .. Special 13.93 each- MILLING MACHINE=Van Norman !I SEWING MACHINES Factory rebuilt Furniture Co. I! liv- I nent. refined Orlando residents. Call wan*, fia $* *. ** _. so ''
peed .<" aaader its saw wIth % Fair Store. 10 W. Church. I number 12 wIth.motors and accessories. guaranteed Ilk* new; Pn| Ph. 2-0931. electric I 2-6721.__ I.D kitchen two __ 5 .
B P aMar _. etc Ute II. Orrei GARDEN A-I condition. Deui" able and console. Al WIggIns; 1241.I WE PAY Clyde 0 I. room dbase oresesod 5Sg' .
PLOW-Planter. Jr. 3 h p. Ba..la APARTMENT in Northeast
W'.ate Part_ _ I Co.-4 Hughey I SHOE SKATESGIrii.o b. on Uiar' sut.ps silo _
and equipment. Bumby Hardware'' ? I i diamonds Teacher and her mother. Permanent. 06.05005 .

I MHXSV Wo.kI1l2: Company. 102 West Church. i MOuIOSPU line wood and _electric mangle. Phone 2-2083. any condition. Box258.S-3tr._ _ I: 1 S) 1 >ISM .
saAsst we ee .,. 8550: 1.rps I I .. AH patterns. .JewelryCo.. I - N1'
and small
{ GRINDER-One h.p. 9 Phase Walk- HOLSE by Auaust
i ... 64. 2* 222 W. j I er Turner perfect rendition. Extra '' Smith Lumber Co.. N. Orange and STE LR.r.. commercialuse. I 1 i-WJ-BUY. o. A.&uN .. resident, COLLKOK.. y-ajufw. .. .. -

.1'tr' plo. p-flu. i wheels. Phon. 4667. week days. Railroad.OH. _ _ _ Clothe closet, and any other "In. Ideally I child. Close in. 860 limit. CaU 7SOJ. lint her -i" ,. .

r rI .8A..WB. Aiaa Parks GAS RANOI-None, almost-,:, OUBOARDEYlade. 2 h.p. See !I extra eapar.. Those withoutpartitions I i or 2126.Yorhou _ _ __ bed-nesi fr _e'-
saps's Med drill t> aa snake dandy shower -
Dl1y. ,
I *125. at 1504 W. 2Sth St. i b.U I local family 3 adults: heed Cash Psme85
,bhe. L O. Peae*. lelepbM 8 I I Pridgen't. Orange Blossom j i 35. Fuel Uaenl I
"1IIIIIOM OAS high-l CANa2 and 6 aao.complete I 20th8t. T.U only, Delbbrh ..aaa, ly payoasnt 8888 ..a. I
-S _ _ 8TVII..rau. rap _ _ _ i I excellent reler- ark* r>88s) INsr
een. 15. 117 ca permaaeat
Ilh .r.
St.N atTTE 8pteeea.J Park Lake An.R'GE"GraAG.N. eoadlUoa .. 2 EPine. Phone Xao..8tr. 'IPEWRmRRoUI portable. his FUEL OIL-A I[! at 11. I el"..: 4801. i i Retete MWvat oss* ,
t1a. PWfwItur Co. 815 1 WashIngtonStreet. ;;: Phone 8021. I

*qa rijsjrrSt 8 eet.BvV _ _ OA3 white por- OIGZ5 b..rer.Five 6OOxI8 j jI i I A larger tank APT ot-CTAOE-maUlar.1bc. L..J0.
. 2rug. out COLLEGE PA_ AIS,5 .
< size I iz:7
B CBStSMaU bs alaveai available.11 S.Ddard BOW .. Ph. 2-1294. eha.1.1. I I TILE your kitchen and bath room.Seauiy.Craft I II i morlan. I apat I couple Excellent reference tall rossi om so85 troI .
.i plows Seepth tassbee Ce.. M. Bad.ar.10 t mat proof. Builders Thomas Williams -
Office Mrs. I
I 7741. featsewo pus sw l506 IIIr
.54 Batsrwadutf ,I W. C urb. OVENS for 01 stoves. Stock Includes I and horn ..nua get our new ..umm.r j I 37. 1.0- I or hour.432. Ora" I teM 10en.
one and burner Bumby "rL Bx ,
I att iifI.boot'1ITArii. I i Hardware. 102 W. tFp.. price Phone 2-60' '1 W. I < APT. OR HOUSE- -o U I Aetsomke furuSee is
_. SborW.Ss1. Ssabs 55,4.If Robinson. COLD SMOKE I ap.rt 2 rage with isoddey ..
.__ Well.",. | Gal RANGEI PIANO Uprlvht. Pulford Van i "8" mas-I and lawn I I I"ral.he brom. Cofer. I porch so hose l' 5
Storae Co.. 133 M. Street.Phone TPIWRTRl4 moe I a"'lrble lo.La.
The ssfe
M.1 easy Lake yard
rllm t.
tIII9 Rst.o p.t.PSI.e the orltlnal Insulated I J286.. I Dr. 118.I . I II
.. Ca..rll rarrlaga. Like new $100. Phone 131.FL 2-3989 i
'" I with gas turned off. I BUNGALOW ; 2 bedrooms.
rne. C-.traJ Areode WI '
ortn.au I
t $144..uoe _. IB minutes .cooks any 3 ordinaryI j 6738. I round .; respectab I
TRAU.E51-3 .heel. H. no .with 1 month old baby. Mr. c UJiil" sobsVUleNSO \..aprivilsess
*> PIar..Teondlu.o. For i iwa I fresh nntable. Exclusive features. I I SUPPLIES. $45. O. Bas I ,
Se 5* SU Soot 8w tai I-A-Top "r.le. griddle and sIzzling PUIO Wise SI. Iu.a oU' Conway Rd. I POULTRY I I E.a 2.76 extension 1495 from SI 4 S hesdd v.afloes.

Ph tfW I pl.ttr. Ter..eu 10 mlute doe I Tol.t. bath tub. lavatories and TYPEWRITER Standard Dnder- Tttlxed. I 23 Per I I large wveee.ed5in.5Uft. socom .' Ow'tee

aric sot PLATE la ft faa. ,' col1. D.t . .Ial. with galvanized wood: Delta wood lath and sects ', try Farms. i f OUET HOUSE Furnished. Mall. "ian sect 515.540 --1" see-

tyawrtie % bores _**,. 116 or ..ck., ho. completelyi i{I PIe and trim. Harper tones: long bed 1603 8. Bsmby.TRACTORCsterplllsr or good location 'Boner, SeeN. .
raw *,. 'k.c. sjewMroe.. sprat a... I form.. Thumb. .racks made in basket Plumbing .. I 1137 6. Orlando No. 10 In excellent 38. Plants i I basis responsible permanent r 2-3433

9W bed aa-arsMaa *ad 18-lk. log bee lat llet7. gas h.adl. Ave.. Winter Park phone 498-M. condition. Will demonstrate I dents. Box 238 5Star.HOUSEFurn.abedwlth. I _.
i Walter J. 61 E. Robm- *
rail > 4M* aa, MmwWAMBS. .. _ son; WIl., I anytime at farm. S7OO or trade. Apply AZALEAS cut home 3 bedroom ,) eelow, I bath large l 'oo.

f WP&-Pioos. ktUs.a4 :| 131 t C L O'NeUl. Names City. decorations. Year I Highest local reference Writ Box wIth fireplace. l full, ess >

'es .
gets** wkf e*..el war ,I GYPSUM 2x$ | 17 Hughey. > ly r.b..lt- doors emp 64 E. Central: Box HOUSE or apt for Orlando fam.r,I Screens* k*
c.. M B. PUM. Pswao ,I camps BAR .heeu. I 1."d. Bear Lake. j j CALLADIUM. ._ _, couple and 2-year-old WSPot 1.c 9 50.

"Ire' -__' ___ i wrintrr. .t1 "asba DCI ,I TILE your bath and kitchen rust cherry I -' bedrooms. Call 7152 or 4956. : rae QITeesi
nrTtr WAHEN Cinderella; I heaters: electric":::.n.HODd : e FAINTS-BU* at warehouse prIce 1 proof Permatile; free utmat.1 ; Willlama.l411_ or HOCSEUaulsli.d.-2' 3 l I fshlv

all Miss rw* astd pad' daven* Pan*. '. bp motors. Desks I Sips quality paints are tp. Ot Central Florida Sales FUNERAL suburbs terms 504054 55sIMv

r :1' ml8 Side rw*. cabinetS Prldcens. Orange Blossom 1 .i. house paint $4 pose. Dial 6546._ _ flowers Lan possible option of buying. Call Win I SIesart 0MbPlealty
c. 85 S. WI56aaso
| la ones. mime paint and varn.hea 273.
Trallat_ 20th. (ACUUM CLEANERS "VDm.l"I Peggy Joe u .rl I SIN

8tWB MM .1'' .. UA8 WATER HEATER $15; porch I Paint Bowl.at same l..pre. leveL The with .1 attachment Br4ae. i Phone_31727.MYItILE- elder HOUSE unfurnished; 2 or 3 bedroom .

beos s sloe.1 I he tUder. (13. living room ThO.. .rl..1. laluM.Da.e. . west Church. i. ao *. Near grade school. CaU I .lo'I.
*sy is.. . like new suite. $25: all m.p. .. 1635Orand 11 'I'Dt VEGETABLE-BIN While enamel Winter P.rl i I 2-2291 from 9 to 5 or 8647. Very deulveOlo _
i .
. .0 evvIpmsi see5u i
esis. SIS) taklei i
l few Af.'RAGE I I vegetable bins. 12. Knex Stores Co* e.ola. C. ex- I HOUSE :3 ;bed I!, a'lee Tile . .
.. carp I 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-3163. rooms. Close r:8ed t.oo reIdenta '1
0 a**** MS Ml DOORS-Replae* old doors PALMS-Cocoa Henry Mary we ssssv 1
1.:_. wIth overhead ',P at $5 per I VENETIAN LIDSTe best touts hab $4 In or top "' Yearly only 06.006 == .

-4 p Alto- m.atru D, D. RtddU. E. Central: PLUMBING FIXTURES no more at W. Central, Amela Ave. 2-87W.Phone 7471. After 1.0 pm. Cail ,> Co I.E o.IIIII I ICIIftIOI&8C
2.4431. ,
wsa) *:: ". Orlando h.955g.VARNISH ._ _ _ _ SHRUBBERY eQ..Ip 1 I I
_. a''F..,. OA4 RAKOC-"Qualltr"} white per- I.Flat rim sInks roil riu, sink. wIth -Special. Heat and acid beautify m.l.I BYZARLYPALL.Tvebedreom1 j
oelain aide and tack: good condi- Siam cabinet lau 01 allstileo. resistant. For boat floors, bar Nurseries. 11 I or house nnfurnuhed or partly fur j .
t' atT5uOlSATOft Also fibs $35. i2I Laurel: phone 7647. table too and road waterheotert. tops etc. Mills and Nebr..ka.vZNiTBUD Own nlxhed): bath electricity water with j
sow .ieee 1- lee GAS- Wardrobe trunk copper pipe and fittings, soil 39. I I Co.. I i 1 to S are within 10 mlra Reliable A eg5 S15.ih

SIselds 0. 120. s2_ $5. 1311Palaterjft.ve. I pipe ;fittings, LIbby and Freeman. Custom but PIttsburgh couple. Re atenable. '
3 ft. t1
asr'Jgf 1** 711 W. Write Box 730 8-Star. j
'fIIU1.MIM .. Winter Park. Curch delivery. Radbill Venetian Blinds Co. COW-3 years C. I i I

**) .. '**. -. GARBAORZCIVIRS M.dUc I II 1S36 Hol.nbk Dr.: phone 211.VENEA Road quarts phone milk ; REFINED pie. permanent..-Middle-eied "sle.I' p1eD17 cull. a.
underground 20 and I
uirmiotiiATOR trp. .ai I -3 days apanmeot unfurnished or partly f.rnl.hl. '
lee ";_. Co, PloUprlaht Good c.adti.1r0. ty.r GELDING- fftu-
Stre 2 option to Phone less !
941 si . Long blad. Pobl. blF.
1 I Pok. FreDch tentl with 17th \
PU. Ph. . can get the best for a few cents :I llI'L0re.Go"' _
POP c..w.t. : ", HOOVER ELECTRIC SWEEPER. ; _ mont Mad in Orlando by Charles f orrange ctU. I of j j
tax I mm oe ke> Used. Excellent condition. $25 00. PRES8UI CKR- "Presto". ,' at 102 Edtewater Dr- ph. 2-0458. I very aentle. 8 I,I Il I PASTOR desire two-bedroom house | I

Hissaasslg- p Mr. Laysuas5CCTmT Orla nd-H_._ _ _ _ _ I pressure"Ekc". c.naer.'MlrrMlte". P.rlh A. i"LHv clear var- !; eo .0 houo. I j I i l !i Comity er apartment.4-J-R-12. Three_ _. _'_ P_ ,
WA 'l sivec CPPEPfe.loaa. hand Hardware. 220 8. Orange Ave. .10u. i HORSES pasr6ffIwm furnished aparuaaat : $
llsV typo Stores Co.. 25 E. Pine. 2-3163. -Have :
* <4 I Its Ph ;teP.lwl. flsrdwlr..103 W.. Church.HEATERS Blb7 2-14.___ 4 PlODe"Dn. ponies easy ;, ." or collage Sept. l i adtwOekee PUMPS-Pitcher. heavy type for WHUiO-MAi both or will Quiet eOI:'. Please! P. O. Box 4>$.
OH bnrnlnt. All sixesProm Avenue.WINDOWS seen at 1404 .
hard 1"lc. Also brags cylinder ,, _ DOUBLE AUPUTEE-Vetersn
rsssis .. $75 up. Orlando Aplnr. force pumps. Cohoon Machinery Co.. -24: size 24x26. i 661$. room. wife would like bou.or 1st. Jcr

1. n Mordwar. SM 8. Co.110 NvOrangeAve. 431 i: 8W. South St. I| seen at 719 S. Parramore NICE. :! near apartment ' or unfurnlsbed.Permenest. so 1 .
HOME FRTEZERS 4126 between 9-30 and t B. OENTE Phone 717 I'
fit.*). .. 8-1141 -Kelrinator. now pright. Condition fair. 331 | Iodl. $ 5585 sfsrultom I

BtHt'rttiS BAMOB :A*. sue. available" at Bumby Hardware. KeUTinator < W. Fairbanks. Winter Park. Ph WINDOWS sties with trim and ,, ride BU..ID. for I WANTED-2 or 3-room o'silos. '
.i I op.rm.at. 102 W. Cburcb'577-R. screen. Good condition. One large 4 miles out apartment with
stetn rawsi
assa orore laan. ACI Silo
_ .parS Aeeoue I: HOT WATER HEATERS.-3. d. 10. 2O.M I P T-AS.1 gallon ouUido b.th tub. 460 Chas*. winter Park. RBO rm. only. Call : 115.UAPARTETB7. W11. 1.tMsseu. I
and 4O taUon capacity. OrlandrAppUsnre 237-W. j -4.
r MAfTBtsT wana I 50. Other bar- Au.t 1"
CoIne. 210 N.
"V"'al II OrsneAro WASHING MACHINE Like new ,! chilia "
sjssa* .ala.Arnold Paint Store 407 8. Or- and 2-drooD UDurDbeC Tel.Phon
.., _Phone 4537. J. I 23788PAINTSPRAY $135. Play pen $5. Curtain stretcher Clarcons RdV.
t i 545. ruesfpibevs.o I ange. p.m. 2-2:68. C'Ou.AL..AW_ S &
JMB C.I a HOT WATER HATR electric. 3 outfit 1. Tel. 2-3702. I corlu.I 2 BEDROOM unfurn'-shed apartment Ms buleg '
t: -.1! ,. complete nearly II 1
-a"* WATER BEATEHa "Jsj !'I kle \. .. and raaae and H.dO- new. fo any kind o"alatal. I I REGANS Bt I or bout on around floor by j fruit sod pseed fSMS< IM i
she cue 3 v alMin r.blf.t $300. 40' S. Orange I I _haul co. *ld couple. Permanent. Box ; acts a I I Parrtah Hardware. OrangeAvephone2l WELDING SUPPLIES I m.t. P'.r 51056005 jlisln. $ % Ss I
Bwaiwf Bardwar*. 102 $ PITCHER PUMPS Heavy No. 2 ,i I I _ _ _ .
rysr" _
I I pitcher pumps. Knox Stores 'I:! RIDING MARE floor. HOUSE-Couple with email baby.Deairea I Ar..4 -
Co 200 Amp welding
capacity. All metaL '
laBXI" 25 E.Pine. Phone 2-3163. prbl. outfta. furnished house or apartment -
'M.m' I| O eadlla See at 823 Ma,- Complete .Idl. .alpl. in atok. ,:,''' FOR SALE or 1 ., by August l'h. For approximately I eh_ -.4 9-= &
Galvaniaed 210 .
Distributor machInes -
.1 aAa .IM AY.PRIAnoN _ _ _ _ PIPEl_! Ph. 2-4573. It a.eUProor. and rod*. H. R. Williams S.P,1 Three Jersey !I ; : ft month. home' 1 beInc ,I house .085 *
farms lawns. .upple. PIPE for grove and farm Irrigation. plies. $11 N. Beach St.. D. 5236 for j, ; I I eompl..t. 2-i03.
,I i Florida Pip A Supply Co.. 630 W. Beach. Fla. Ph. 2220. j j i UNTIL ov-1ST-Local couple with ecrIt
.* Supply Co.. $30 W. Church; j I I Pet well-behaved 3-year-old dawttiter. >
S.U !!
Church St. Ph. 6118.I _
i Hx>.411* f i wants furnished apt. Mrs. I

:: f.nv I I INFANT AND CHILDREN Wear. I PIPE underground=ih5-UilIl. taD.I. for WATER HEATERS-City ... electrle !;! COCKER MIlls die. 704-. C.I RMI I Sssiso .
Clearance ..1.. Many values to >
I .ate FOl1da wees old. APT. wanted bF I'
SO gallon. Knox pr'.1coull.
SeMIs and fuel to SMA
make for Pipe Supply. W. Church 011 2 Lars .
room complete new Pallstork. II'I greed stock. Permanent best I
swt. Phone
( Co. "
Store Pae. 2-313. r.ke"f.eDre. \ '
Thrifty -
Cdra' Shop. 5 W. I POWER year own I II COCKKR j Boa 231
OWIRBuld & !
.,-t Oiurch.IXBOARD. (I cheap baU bearing : WRENCHES "William" chrome ,I I Reasonable. 'I 8Sta.CLNILTWNk.I -
W wrenches. ""Cres- man. per 1..1. ---m
.1 H-P. attachment also wheels swivels glad alloy' .tbl. with
BAT-S Very I& I Co25 ter Park .. 2unfumlsh.d .
cot t -
Prtre. 10. 7285.IX .ul Write for free Information. p.N E I and house. 2-7711.
PIa. DOG PI. ,, .
Weattasae W'F Sit 31, Kansas 2311.WHEBARWS Irmet. -
..U-- II** ** Tk UL u City. Mo. S.le. E Contractors and SMALL HOUSE OR garace apartment .'. ..
Call X-el i ii : by youn. couple, ao cBU- a.ueICLOH
_. o P" Barks we Edtewater Dr Ph. 2-1215. 1 i PIANOS-Cpright. Perfect r Ure. Heavy eOD.ncUO. I;, lt.re. OSI..
: 276 8-6tar.
nl I IInlxn Box j j5ROOM
es tMatftekwwee .1 Baasje* 1 isauer : uP. condltODj 2 styles 1 from i iR. DOGS __
." eMl.. .h.t. capacity. Special Roblasl linl.hls Music 115 . Pr.h Hard.ar .. Or- and. bathed. | HOUSE Can make repair
sereso ITOMW your at Mills and if resident SW
Nebraska. 1303. : ..Ay. Plo. 1-14. HoIIUI. 11 room. [ aeed. L. tm. 2-4654. ,&
sis.o l
.- I PIANO-Dining W nK preer. Pha.
IAIX_ I. G"adlt: Richmond room Ave. : .'i2at. i A-MACHnt- red .Lake. 'I ':'Ojesilj =-r-r a- ..
7 dwy i
piu= 4574EllOauEiET3 Street. Valentine St. 51. for Sale
i _ _ Houe j
if.it' ." : I I POWER LAWN 1V hp. i I
like new. kitchen table and i BNI Srattl mor. Chinese Near ADAIR LAKE HEIGHTS-Brand new3bedroom. 1218 E
and Made to
'' D' hal pr Con of Wet Up. orde. today aU tile Job. Tile floors.tile 2 M
chain M. Ketcham. Bear Lake. 2' ard pro 17th8UPhone8732. $20; German .,
: : S. .. 1. windowsills. pictelylarre
Oh. tile la kitchen and
E -Kotets- .I' f. 'h.r.iIATRDIDlaa _ _ _ j'I, PUMPS-For the or borne. Big _ _ _ $15; Scotch : .b.th stInt room. Complete last omom
,, I.F SIS; U) choice ; ast.
avrfecl laasniaa room suite. >' WATER stock .
and little, new and used. See our aYn set-up ..
English alr-ondltonlDI
stove and.',, Stock. Farm Horn Machinery for Farm Homo _ ..t. .- 55 ps -55 .
e** Hew tiip. sewing machine. 1716 .. Wsshlogton.KICKEPBindix. Co.. 430 W. Robinson. Machinery Co.. 430 W. Robinson Ave. Shepherd. Spin. la Lore F .r 1
males $15 lem. DiDO Brkr I.
: ..
puhe 3 R-P. Good con-I i|i PATCHING PLASTER-Crack WARDROBE TRUNK-Fun alt*. Exrellent Your :- _ _ _ _ !'
usc- dlto Reasonable. .Monday at I' caulking compound: plastIc IW.r' eondlUO$60. Phone Winter Fountain"proyal. HWY_3 miles north of

; 11 Washington.KIMSCL ._ _ _ _ Smyth Lumber Co. IT. Orange .0.I Park. 3R "U Orant Ave. this new 2bedroomhorne
j J : i-;; I
.a'P"- no"-Ea eTun- Railroad. WINDOWS X 24 Western i PIER.UiA .U -. City ..te. 10 c.h bal.a i I
,. .. >we Mardf :
seer Prepare I. thisroterfien PIANOS-Winter Jc Company. Sew' Can be teen at 2200 8. Rio o aa.. ar.nw- PIC. $ .
._ tsy SP' 189 Worn CeviIs. at Mills and Nebraska. I I blonde spinet 1570 with .h.T.r. Ave Phone 12370.WEIRoplete.. POINTER. PUPS 86. 0.. Inc.. Broker.677N .

..1... eawecal ., KEROSENE RANGE-5-bumer Flor t del r Joseph Bailey..736 acetylene son.dot Can* Just be Orane_:|_9'55. __ J

Bwssft BaIIMil ..a. ence. S30. 2al Ruud automatic A 2-2090. .d outfit. 865. Ph. Arlington Ave.. ADAnT>ARK-Larse bungalow with
si water heater. drum and "". etUDI Near : 3 nice sleeping porch
10. 55al. -Watson"
'" Standard floor 'E.t .
f/iltr sPCIALA Cedars cradle blocks. 3 .... bed and deck Richest PEKed E. < ,, j Good Landscaped lot !I =
auality. WOOD lathe steel tex = 1
LATH Metal :
. *a* kea raff*. >; !.d .! Ill.SO Phone e.ir quick dryinx.Pt\t good selection of plastering material. Smith Lumber and to females.Illness m ..I with fruit sars*. Price. .. .

ssas e-levka. severalba aQ 'i S1.4O gallon. Co. N. Orange and Railroad. *. 88500. Some terms. Mr. Bryant wttji Nit
elet coon aaart. Tin. I
l Ml* last.so | . Kns 8tr.Co.. Phone 2- 'e r Hwral O.ID Inc.. Brl. (77
.. 229 an in cabinet. & x x 23 I 3163. P UNREDEEMED DIAMONDS. Watch PUPPIES O.n.. 1'5.
.... t 1 j I'G
and Real
tbche Beverly J..el. yatu Bere' vaccinated Pit
fIFee_ Orrd l.bll. I ". itS feel. 2 L's and Loan W. I son
PIE- d.1
rat I Pla. Phono 1204 first block Olft. 2 C.r rier*. Eiklmo uy. BEVERLY SHORES: -New 4 bedroom .
tu. .t. 5.44 I lots at special low east of 16 Hro I COME T THE B1ORE next to Post male $15 DO: rambling type aal.. 2H ht W
Pwrallwr n at MIlls and Nekraska. cl. I OU Walt.a. lo most everything police I..m.le$ laet I. .e It..ef"
PLUMBING SUPPLIES New and new .. clocks. I male ;
t, Ptwave .. ,_ _ I wed caki- > linens silverware ad CIa curios 12 0. ... .ttl .1. .Id ye.tle. bonds A
aU t.Ik. I. I
Os -. MatYeSl. i I .SUITE OvervMffed. sink .p.ulel Incudd. 13.5.0.nr W fln.le. '10
UDo' I net 1b. am.m. i I antiques electrical and auto supplies 1'.5 j 2 Wash.Intton. .
iodine Plumbing Supply and la-1 Ca --_
"hI racU. RPaaable. appU.a. I baby musical Phon $ .

[I W--.lII. Lake Lola Hoel 234 W. Washington 5%. J strsjmentg.. erae.. t P.a. i Ph (Cent.. . .

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l .!'Idfl.1r!, iU_.__ u.- .I$ 51. Houses for Sale 51. Houses for Sale I I 51. Houses for Sale 51. Houses for Sale ,i.51.. Houses for Sale I 54. Lots for Sale ;U.; ;Itoa4.o; TW- $ IsM

t t- $1111 Ii.e1s. I EAST BIDE-Exclusive LAKXFRONT 2'. acres 250 fee WI PARK-Attrsctlve 2-4: I BRAND' NEW modern 9 and 6-roora FERN CREEK AT PISEHURST50x150 se, omyIoe
lel.hb.bo bungslow Mead .. : and frame construction I nice high and dry tood'neighborhood
S .4. 2-bedroom lleeplct lake shore A PRINCETON "an..lo. m.snr
. 3.d.m SOL SECON- 11
It.. H1 $ .Al I dlnlac prcb ae bungalow Nice living I I Excellent High School section Qalet refined ; .. k.lone some furnished 'I block from KaJtf ..5tIaetkW
I -iv.. rom.sell or I.en.d room sun room dining room and lot. beautifully landscaped Splendid n.l&bbrho. 'ul dtr. and Priced and up; school Barsaln Sell or trade .. 5,4. pemo

$ PSt1111$ Sr$4 $ : prch furnl.hee anfu.l- I kitchen All very modern Garage and lo.Uon Two large bdrom. oak otbe fri Priced quick terms Get settled' now while price I George King. 1401 W.__WashiB.*

; ts : b. .C.1 .lt H.pt B.ole. shop AboJIL 1 acre of orante and floors ssrase with water sale Edwin C. Dyke Realtor 1 ..low Entire or. Sale* Fo.e at I HIGHWAY FRONTAGE. 17-92. MTI = =
. ( 196. j 1
-6 l... .. .. ... .4.I . i j 13 Or.nl. 501.nRM other citrJ? This property UP to the Can be financed Asking price J 348 At. N.. Winter Park Ph : your service-.- obU..ton J. P. I Irontage (1500 per foot. Ben all 6504 1111APVW

'- 11.. I in every respect. A real bar (12.OOO. Photo window display address ' 573 or 441W.WINTER Msttox 145 N. ; ._ !1 or part. Call Mr PhU. with BtsaB- 4 ._ues11e
i f. ''I,.,M CREEK SOL SECONA .to someone who wants a coollabs j I' at 29 W. Mor I Phone SIM 11 e no
Sr nicely W.sbl.t. C.1 PARK-Brand new house OR BOY'!-Look what we just found I I ar-.ton. Mtt.1
;4 !I rdmul front home Offered completelynd arty with ., i j \ euSss Iboi s-s -
( I : = I Jo . LOT-85 ** I -usa
I11 loom horn Just 3 yer : nicely furnished for (12750 25 W. Washington St Phone 8881. with real personality! .dr.i Some wonderful lake front proper i see $ i us
.. I I Ute new Lovely I tile large screened Pce. : ties. On gorgeous I.... not puddles I Mills Street and 2 feet deep I I. mo. 0' ,
h..d.o Shown by appointment See Mr b.t o-55t I. -
: .* Kane ..lU Lrc livIng room Shepherd Rest- I be seen ta be 'pp.e; Close in. One for (9. .noU.for Lake Emerald; p.. a* kwa will .
wIth 10.5. -
NIl "1 1ft' I elevated corner lt Convenient t Ste..r. E. H.rld Phone PRINCETON SCHOOL SECTION Call Charlotte C. Smith .IU 114.SOO. Get on be line nice oak shade and exceitoM. 641 s.allai02 ee: aS
store and the school no.i W..t.L. 6t room bungalow 2 David Andrews. Realtor the first one to see them NobleSmith 10UOD. Price 12.3. term 3M boo
UVnluu .. ., belnt built. $14.000 S12'OOO 5124. I and .sleeping porch nO'L Park 659 Broker; 124 8. Main: 6911 I' cash (25 FrDk Oaraa r will Poco u11 1i64064
: I Wie
**kZKSZ I i term o DAVIS for room Close 64 E Central
11 unfurnished some LAKE living
1411. -$. 0... Frederick IIS N. ; SIM"It I SECION-I.l5 Furnished Martin with O P.S.op. 11NE PARK'n New bun- i MY OFFICE will be closed untilOct I feet 'om-'
this 3 See Mr LANCASTER AP4TSt
O.a. i to .hol Large lot.Attractive . Realtor.Tavsres. I PARK-l0 "
CtS. for 1st w.
I r js live thruout Close to bus Pine: phone cpl. J Kistler I ( 'a I*. cons.
$ $-I2S t treat t 1 condition : 6 East Betty Treat Lvsns.Broker. . ed with or. five a*** aw*
? : 'PAa 'e I I stores Call us early Monday on Irl"e.. Orlando An. WIn- P. I Mont Broker 8_Main: 1-. aa* OWS om.'osoc b -
H I *
ii one. 128 Twa sekoow pored rax*' e
: $ FmC ATI. N. Satlu Ru-Mcl. Re.Ior. I.i tee Psrk. 818. 511. Lake County PropertyFARMThirteen I LAKE One fa* rreaisvlt V Ss.oue >..**. a
r"k i ofl! Really keen
PARK : .
..... i pved LU-LJ1ALTOW .
1 .- I I co"r "reU. 6 b.r i for These are taos 6$ Wc.i 04.04. a.
k In* tree 6 room .d I I LAKE LANCASTER SECTION A .d.oD p.e. acres with house .20. .notb. .5.
!11 ... ent I I floors: 20 ft classed porch 2-cai lovely 2-"d.om bungalow Tile Central be.t lire- OPEN FOR INSPECTION baa and outbuilding all with metal I ones b.r.. I. ApaTIt ..o56411
c. cnl. $le.O00_ Howard. Broker 3 roof steam A real value at pl.c in living room; and ; paved road I Smith Broker: 124 8 .1 _ 11 .

. 10 :I..e. ; 7325 I 56.100 furnished Oeo H. Kittredseit screened porch nice .\rh.n. Close t 226 HtUcrest Afternoons' 2 t 5 m. i R E A. wire E. L.nR:L Cassia Pla: i I LAKE FRONT LOTS-IB Interlakta. Too-sOt 111011 rssIsn.4
I Son. Realtors 2-31"6i I stores and bus "'. L"m. R. I Unusual. City conveniences ,sonied t 4.
. PIlE Ds44y 1-114. GUEST HOUSE-On main travelled I Recommend you look at this C.I L Brokers co-operate N. Emeick. I THIS IS THE 'tGr-frm. I I stricted Nydeccer Inv. 5O6- Ufaaa uktcaa M* Stsjk Bl* **
sloe rwmtokM nrtpt I street on east side we think thupartcvlst LAKEVffiW 3 frame Crawford with Ret Realtor: 610 Orange; home an a lake with a very .nl 1 '
'o i bdromL Robt L I, colonial Dr; dial 8065 t i til.Jtk Pins *** a** < aSSgO
..11DtOromc. .. house has much to .tom. I house Newly InsideI tor. 668 N. : 2.9. form early sod mid-season grove MANOR Twa to**. 5514 m a BMBMI *n.w*
s.4oocoo 11 i mend n for a medium sized .a.t) I I and out Listed (<750. Owner .., I kcre House has modern fscilitlesml IRWIN .d. 41 .ttatal US W SuPros.
11 I -kM MM W frame houx a Wilbur I s located on road 4 (1.SOO. L C. Ar.o. 1. o. 5541024
: It i* a square ut offer. must cntr .. o-
StrckI.nd. BtTNOAtOW completely re 35 sio41ss
.u 5-ROOM 5
. _. tr** "OU.cool corner rooms. Pour bedrooms 23 Church I RIDGEWOOD AVE. Is a quality mile east of laa 1 In tract S..7ocoa.! : Fla aOCOEE
= B.ok. 6t Ih. 24 acresin
.I >- .01140 .44.48424 411 I and bath upstair a lart< t 6675.I street This income property onRidsewood I modeled one out .uldl.! roughlemons See It. offer! Harry E.More -1 ml North 165 sits: .

W.24rr, wtlb C.*. livIng room, dining tars mod- I is a quality Investment. 2 younc crove 40.00 I C. Realtors; Eultis Fla. I urge pines 8.1 or t.de for lAloBiJA *94 135 c 1,11 ,
i bedded
rom of which .
most .
4 Ib..l11 kitchen m and enclosed I I LANCASTER PARK-In this desir- stories. Best frame construction I trailer atation .. 141.4. Ass 11 los 11 00.0 0 rues -
. .era electricity .o ;
\ I bait bathdownstairs location lovely 3-bedroom modern bedroom apartmentdomnstslrs next Spring: rnnnlnc wster Orb Tist*. see1el a
I ileeplni d"c with able Lovely DavIs.Orange i 5%. Groves for Sale Foxworth s
1 .U AU for L. O '
. full b..men.! bunsalow sun porch large living I 2 extra nice completely 11,00.. O.nt 5th St- St. Cloud 4.11 .0240 11
: -: _- automatic room dining room kitchen. 2 nicely furnished spsrtments upstair Automatic lake front. Eustl. osos 4 S -
.. ; I wtth and fu.n.c. GROTE acre* PRINCETON AVENUE An extra
11. a..., l.uldr C.n Nor Tyler wItS landscaped lots 2-car carace Asking oU furnace. 2-car ...1. Lot PlaJUST I Fl*. Dandy e.m hom. I i larse high corner lot 6xl7l .800 Moms. lls.0M4 .

,. a .ind.w P. 11.10., 109 E. Pine Telephone I 15.0. furnished but best offer Bill 73X150 Income 120 per FAR ENOUGH AWAY from the 'a moen.oh. "opr Realty Priced st (1.2OO for quick sale Rak-

_. .I .. I 2-2380. to settle estate Geo. f. I I Price (20.OOO. Asher PeterRealtor .u. line-no noise no lone walk 12.5.and Main: 2- I, ert P. Tyre Realtor Vi. Was-
.I.I .11 and Main bedroomhome 1
boos TIal I Brass Realty Co. 19 E. C.nt..1 cor Cent.l : I a grand two-three I $ I' a
2028 Park of the best In I melon 117.
ATE- ; : 2-0786 Location .
: Wilt.
1141 *
$34 ; ,- HARON I eom11 0P15115
c :, Im frame with itrttt. 2 Urgebedrooms LANCASTER PARK-T. key tocomfortable :' SUBURBAN frame house Orlando Construction AA 1. Pricedat 54i. S. "41 .
. ..A..1 By o.ne. ( the door e.om (475O (8 900 O.20 will handle with aRVE PAL TRCS.utfu bulJSBBS bi- a .
041 1454
hous. &lOsp0
1-114114. $4oslow to this new bedroom. strictly I 1875. 6.om bl" patment per month on front
.UI like
,' I . ococusi b144. HOLDEN SHORES bedroom fur- I i ern house Including a floor .mo-I, down; b.l.ne W. No phone calls Prescott V. 2 miles from city limits paved road Attractive t Carl Tetder Devetoper Ca11 11. 00 11. -

.. d lo$ : P4r000. $9500. I; nlshed home All General Electrickitchen ', $14.300 Courtney Realty, 392. N. :, rent Owner. Charlie Morgan. Steele b.l.nc Broker 45 Central A.e 271 orange 26 grapefruit 16 tangerines 31 prc.. Orn.": 2-0442.- onaesl. p0sMmoI

.. = ... 84.4424* *, Oarbat disposal .. _ _ _ _ Church nue. W.1 1 5 room furnished frame sico
.. 41 c P. ....,. I er lavnderal laundry attic fan ::, 2-247. I: WHERE EVERY LOT buying dollarstretches buncslow now reeled 11.5.i SOUTH. MI ST'r-'.shadeall I- -
$40 : 3323.ii.1 place LivIng porch Built on two unDwN. WIDERMERE-A SOUTHWEST Overlooking lake new .
: ,, Subur- .. clos to as.SSO4.
from .: bunsslow Srooms I over more .rund. .. U2 HO"Dn .I.bi. a. aos e a-S a
Only 125 yrds type i NaIl Bros. .11t.
1 story R..lto.
-_ 5d3. .utl Plot of 10 acres of Sp.nlb ban location Ranch type well A.n and See Mr. ,cox ; set t a $00iBio'I '
--r . Price t7. lcome. eOD.lt and port 5Oxl3SA .. T.I. 5189.i .to. wt
.. .: with Lt. Hoden. Tan Solon 1.lb 0 I 7 .cr. in crove 4483trce5J Ai MBIT .ude ca trees. Lt of way I furnished Offered furnished ", (6.- i S.op. Realtor 1 East Pn. P. use.osan6. H r* is-.

.4 c.n. .rm. 104 W. *, tpk.l pis mints. Home is Mold.n. Price only (6 1 950 0. Some tem. to responsible _______ J MCw Bkkjai .i
P_ ClTd ; 2 I to Lake 5. I
$ "cK.lle baths and
twostory.. i V. I Mil MM* MM MM
<- -.. rt _ _ _ 4775 tlrlum. bd.om.lake 2 ..- Better buy with before Csvensush tounsts S... Ot,[ pro.Wp"C.nt.l.Prncot No. Stle. .Broke... : aROVEHOM.NCIB- 5-acre SHERWOOD huh shaded FOREST building- .. far iktltin* Pee ede-.
I 8T.-A enarmmc DutchColonial property Rumusen 2-bedroomhome W
.e,. w.21 built HARRISON tool house PI..n. p1100 1111 oc UI
Th1 Not b..n. Fastest 124S
-" completely !I 4 Washington Arcade Phone 38. NEW-Four <4> room hoa. $11.- I from (500 ao.lla
t I 8004. .. _d hom. fmls Il ssansversge Income over 30. I I finished Electric Ten (10) sere of ..Iahb.bo. community in salGreen lee
of .. .
on one A. T. OOO C. W. Ol.ndo.
ed and OOO
Priced at (35 W.lteL
.I _.4rso. 11. a la I.t 3 bedrooms t.rm. D.t. if land 2 miles of Maeotl. Prc.d to I.m.. .. Inc. R..I\r.4196 .. .
. . most streets Registered Broker 33 8. Main SUBURBAN Honestly you .r 672 ; 6509 BllISB .104:4 -c Istoc.
1 w. I._. -.: ._. sun rom. 1'fc There baths.is 2-cr nothinc cr.c M* 5529. Open Sunday 2._til_.5. '' looking of for ground a suburban where the house kiddle with i I sell. Write. Pi E l'.. Boa LAKE COUNTY Irrigated ..Oe|,I &U.BUB-125t0I5 cash Near p.t .. IS.. 045lousnio 4854 omas sen-S -..
7 piece all buds Heavy to aus
-od Mkiif*.. locotlon Lt l0d5. for *12.OOOO. Termssallsble. LANCASTER PARK-Bungalow. trafflc -!1 completely furnished 2000 or.nn. Klttincer '
this ran Play with no worries .0' FRAME S rooms .. Good t ments (10 montl. a..I" '5,4. 13. os $I 11
.. ,Oi ?... h DMt.,. ..r1.I .. Allen Johnson Re.lo.. 140 rooms 510 and bath Lt 100. 5287.X here a lovely 2-.Lo. house i All electric kitchen heatand crop V.leDd. ''. pro.ce.. 42 W 2- lag IBB* tgaiss fW.'eBeWk1 *** .

. i_" 111111 cirtt .1_ aol. N. O.n.e; 8613 "Spe.l. InSomeL Inquire Lsl.Lon. 1, for S85OO Co.ta.. R..I.. 39: I. I water h..t. 0.1 fon. Lot ters. 128.0.. N.e.s. w.1. WINTER-PARK If.skRaewle.- kin era**** MH HMHI.lawnr 5 424. .
LAKE CONWAY-House and eottase fruittrees. :
) 22471.SUBURBND 160x160 aod .2 Temple Drive section wo* O LJ>
_. 001084444. 1 207 lake frontage. 367 ft deep; Or.n. possession (3.5OO I ; *
\ __.. .. JEFFERSON ST 1515 B Phone ft 5 of most ex- Immediate home builders should see .ds %
11o. Bn4for will divide .Owner. Ph. .cr. LAKE HOME and Grove tr.
1 have the key and will be or anything down Ph. 2-839. FON
2 1710 I 18.00. . grow winter loU
: 4 I 17 V 4-
V. '. 0 .wu.. oo *ld. .lad to show yon this perfectly arYtnsed 2-12. are these.01 furnished houses One '! FRAME. unfurnished 2 bdrom. lake .c.. .pp.olm..I. 36! f., 1.3 f.r'I lnrV I.am COC1Ai ,0t'M.- s-.
unfurnished home LUCERNE PARK 3 bedrooms 2 fireplace 3 dinette bath r.me available A took rated peese.
? I.. Ii,. Ltttto with Harold 2-"d.om I has Urge living room ; kitchen rom. Sanded living room with fireplace.Also P."tt. Utilities
floor furnace Exclusive kitchens 2-car ga- large kitchen fireplace 3 closet. Bolsnd Two n-or' leo a 11siaore
bath Carrissn
and very living room
*.. tosS WatbMJU prch. bedroom two guest house in excellent I .m & .a.'O.n. .
.C 2 Crebs 507 Met- bu Easily One lot 100x140 .tt7. N. Or roes "a qes to.aoac.sens
with Prank rate Near 'lol Both electrically equipped I screened porch attic ".. 672
. StUBJI .112. Brokers ccoperationappreciated converted into 2 ( I Situatedon Box 211. rendition 10O tree 5 years old. 511-0 ** a*
!! calf Bulldlnc .p.rm'Dt 15. to live in and one to rent (6 9OO (1 9OO down O.ne. : Price jut reduced (27.5OO See ante; 2-ll.iXCE''KE
Price tlO.500 with term I Asker Pet. .. .. a beautiful sand lake S-Slsr sea, 4645.0 MM** MM ja.
tem. botom
,; .' . Msln; i Wsterbury .lt Cvenugh Realtors FRONT LO' slid va t* 41o a ** t 54 fas*
.. WAT IM CMrmont-Forest bALKY SCHOOL SEON-Mo.n 2-781. I plenty of shade citrus settin. HOUSE-With 80 acres of land 7 4 W.hln.to Ar.de..Phone 4308 I on tr aad asls a taaI c6
LAKE CONWAY-Lovely modern 2 I fruit This is truly an I tractor and way
cleared I cows
anrlotnc acre H F. Boland Realtor ,,
Mto Oaasi bu..law I C.rl. '
oct4. for
I stlMTff -
Inspection tlok and private Close to ***! toe**** -
porch.cuest living quiet
bunsalow Very Some terms .
bedroom (7500
I t P_ Mew 3 Wdtwaai bowt* strictly b.Lh an.d P.lel.d other equipment LAKE about 425 672 K Or nge; -' .
< Jsmersonsnd acres ereusdlo er ui
.& aMBaea Lara* tot ..n iaadscaped.fjaa in ssraee. Prc. lust reduced - room with fireplace porch town P.I.. .20.00. terms. 70 E. Central. Turn north on Tum.n Road at Colonlal COUNY'10 marsh located lake frasU I4. $11 0 i $ $ Bib a.'
with Burch. Nice dock and .Ienc. ..dl.
: Zt Call Smith and front Rultr. mile
t iaa$ iiat. $$.. *y owneritaJte. prch. b.t. ; Lumber 25 Good location Priced lot Restricted locality Surrwa4 a--
.. .
9516 i
A. T. I sl6.
2 1090KALEY estate Phone .. al.
I Broker 12 8 Main This is a country C new
144. $4080010202427 eu" I 3.Ccol' : lake 00 t asC.
4 " I'I'I will sell this week for only I I.t SOO Imm.dl.t sale Rex by fine homes 100 ft on Little 4550 2.4 s*
00oc114 Far f.r 1olszaUo. call '. SCHOOL 6ECONB.n.a ill H. 13.8 SOUTHEAST bdrom.. two b.U I on east .al.I* oI Orange, 4147 I ft. deep Plenty of shade and pnt.1.nda..d. 14 S astus dso.e.a. .
-Part ,.. low S rooms. b.tbro. Jrnl-hed. G & furnished Sme I crove"averaglnc ly Azaleas .
Son. painting needed lot Busline LAKE COUNTY-lu acres nice .r l. Is . sse.
a ,,* nished Nice lawn .hnbbn. 10.- COUNTRY block beyond ; I other shrubbery .
23 HOM2 I 25 old Early and .
Strickland years S 11rati
Near bus and .515 (6500 Wlba. Brot. City from bus line For quick sale ; 0 ISsiossa
.tore. blot any men monev
-- I' W. Ph. 6675 Umlt. late varieties .." i .1. Ii 08r11 $tuS Oed -
:: 10 2 terms Johnson Co. 20t S LAKE SILVER-- Silver Manor New 5-room f.m. bungalow partly furnished :. tm. "rrlt Oe (4200 F. P. Wheeler with C .
i c. n construction 3 bed.om. SOUTHEAST section of city Unfurnished Built 1941 completely reeond 5 OOO boxes lal yer Davis 104 X Jeflenaa 1054. $11 ,i 0 5 4s1bIe
I LMk m.-on. .
Lr' lh over tile and eaLr. (25 OOO with lb I R.lo. 911 05 e.a So.
*o9. .. 2 Hol3.o style b.tb. b.smenL house three bdrom. ,tlcned. McNut-H..I. R.alor. with R P c. 2-1649. .
: e" .I I 4454 II so
heatin livIng I .
I *. j. .N. .>.0460. KALZT SCHOOL. SECON-B'.all .om t..m Oregon panelling Steel dro.ID&Livlngroom.om_ and bath sewingroom .- 1 W. Washington 501. 072 N. Orange .Ph. BI.n., I, 'BUILDING LTS 50x150 W"111$ 113 :051 a-SO 'as

. I ful .gb.o: concrete and tile suspended floors 3 kitchen dlnID.om.and porch LAKE FRONT and wonderful I Church just city limits t coo, yeOetIaos
. ood larai apartmrat Her* rooms. I1* Excellent plot condition.riparianrights. car ..ru. 150 feet lake frontate i' House In good. condition home site 38 acres land ..nd.ae. oal IQuo. s.0. Vineland Rood el'i Cc 2 0 t. .
084.0 M-wwny roa Lars I large porch and tiled patio 'do."L.I. 12 in txees. BUILDING LOTS-'Select yoar booty BiBIOrI
b.t so act and for immediate DOWN .0.; b.rln. NNfl
a This Is outstanding oap.nc. HAS 80
hUt aid,. of du- 1.t. Highly restricted -' r.d. I-$20 site in the Dials -
: overlooking frontate. BOW
. -. r. Only Some terms. I to sell Shown by appoint are irrigated 0 ft lke .truU. 504 5.4. e4.healul
apanmtat ara fur- quickly .1.5. I locatIon. Price i cuh. a.o. I Plcf Registered on north shores Country Club .ecU.n Lots lee a v11ta Ssus
I 132.5. Ba
:: Walter C s 2 old. Lot M.nn. d.a
- I Mark with Honeymoon home years
-4 =... ,. 040000. yw.t4fl ', 8 N. Main 2 Lull. Reato. ', H. Klttredge &Sn. R.ltn. 0-3176. i iI Broker. 217 8 Orsnte Ave 100x150 corner Kitchen has UrgeWestmcnouse hsha in Maitland About 600 ft onhighway Coe to school b.,. Los. ceo.5 11.,
i >
pacrhm and a 4-car I stova and hot 17-92. If Interested call P stores reasonably ort.ma. m_ ib. tocuos sole

I : . <.. arr .aul. $4 cooaa4 NORTH END-Attractive furnished 2- ; bedroom home furnished I water heater electric Larg refrigerator A. Allon. Relor. 37 W. Wsshlnc- Jane Bros.. 235 H tr.I. 7416HyPE'S us 54.io.O' 011r54

. -T = .I.m tf ..r.Dt. n Nlc.l.fl.he bedroom prewar tram bungalowImmediately SUBURBAN 20 acres of land bordering living elec.1. 2 bedrooms ton. 0MM Pets. 48.455 -
I' valueat I t A TO BUY 75 ISat
available A sound
i .1 For full particulars see L. A. All very nicely furnished (10RNGB BLOSSOM CANC
I . ktatk Irwa _kM and .h1 S room fr. bal'I. Don Dudley. Realtor. 24745. I.le. Realtor days Htndy to stores TAI. N.-V own price nerLake -
165. with Martie Williams Occupancy I Over 660 I pr.cLk.l. C $
5.1* . I. i od plenty tL I 1 .cr. .
108&51 ft fnt A'kmt 5545
Lt 6748 21 W. St. Phone and bus Only Don buy ( Lane withHerman .en. .4. us lo
1 ... $6950 .575. frnt..e.
toiHi aM >*OOe d. Brian Owe Wuhl.tn 5.00. t.m. '
tU offer
I' but do not hesitate to make
. TCondlct a house until you've one Broker. 677 & 71554
H Harold Volllck.M town Auk for H- tl. ao.ln Ic.
I ...n..et 8101. Golden Broker; 1121 Orlando j' a* this must be sold
204 Mmin.DPM&KIAD flcsltOi737E. Central: 6137 NORTH SIDE- Roomy 2 bedroom A. C. N. Or.n. 13 lo bro.. .. 1ue44md -
.I. tram buntalow New root Newly Ave (near Msltlsnd underpass IlL CI@n.ub 430.i owc a moet 84Laee.0
I" 5.2$. block ORANGE GROTE An Indian -
I LAKE LANCASTER SECTION-Co24- 1 car garage Paved gtreet. SU SIEoncrl. ). Wl'e Park Open Sunday nce.f i Oil B -'
bun dtar.ld. River Orange
.1 ple.l. redecorated double lot 2 b.d.om 17750 half Q.lk PGu..lon. Completely I fur duplex. ( .75. 2 dU.\\ 'ere*. consIsting of Marsh I' BUILD TAT HOME-45 wen located 45. Close a '
New tram Studio :
i- aatow.. room. .ao. ? S9C7 lh!'_We this an .A-1 buy cople.l 80. . doe in. I V.I.nc... and T.mpl. ar..u I lots some lake front fa_ us 0 usda '- 5
M'I,l.t I ( soo. Already imaneen BettesInvestment : will handle 8. Burnett 10 to 17 year old No Buy now while price are low Pl. 00.4 ee'ueus S.ottie .

.. .'Pg = alaah u : built-in kitch I LAKE. W20 feet of the most Co. 25 W. Washington StPhone Broker 37 S Main; 23063.SUBURBANNice ter location I the Idl.n River .t-.e.la' (295 t.J.O terms. peeove 0 -
. : I t.cl i' 853. with GOLDEN HAS IT- tlon Has close a f I your service-Mobllrauon Co S
country home j Ir.Uon Jeli'soo
aw .
and N Mall
Patio Mattox 145
.. J P.
ale* : I I Orl.ndo 2.500. b..b..m. room 5 acres on p avedros d. just 15 f most excellent town and community OUT I W sAve -
; : ;cost 580t
'I. a.e Ave.-4 room furnished wen Buy U of It and '
. .,. $4 MM 3 bedroom unfurnished cement brickconstruction. minutes from Orlando 2 MIle t.t. core I .a' 000e So. 5
SECTION Home with house On paved road Only of Jamerson .
6546DCLAXIY This property bar everythins NORTEAS and sleeping tult take .a. you IS $00'' I uss a ,
1 I I
.t p.ch. .dro.1 coo
- -. room on could wish for In s b.uU 3.om apartments Also aDt.lr..It .- and plenty . 1200.N terms Orlando A. Ave C. Old.n.. Maitlandunderpass Broter I I It". R.lon. 70 E Pino Phone A r 55. Country Property for Sat Loco. IS coo .000505 5. asatems
8 n
BMtta. In) home. Exclusive with 73snk .nt.nc. Bryant with H.r.n 0.1 Ic. Cate. 1511.I S13 0
with private I ). Winter Park Open Sun. I ALTAMONTE SPRINGS-Lake front
r. ::you bu'I I 507 Metcalf Building. phone 2-1710. rom entrance Income. now (115 per I Blok. ; 677 N. Or.n. I 3 bedrooms best eon.t.- ease 0 2' Bi5064u -

*.i*SM =snsy b I Brokers c.Or.tGn spprrclsted. month with spacious living accommodations SOUTHEAST A fully furnished I I i I 6.700 with LARGE absolute BEARING frost protection TREES Mo.rn.. trees Real living onwonderful Arcods 0111r
.. house with electrIckItchen
. "h' a for owner downstairs Price I small stucco I You'11 best cypress I and full set Best : lik.10.5. terms A.r ao I.e
say Lake
NOraaae high cool and 'rnu. ,
.Bnerlrk LANCASTER PARK-3-bedroom bun- (16.OOO. Ask for Paul Hardman wtthMartie on a ful-au buy In Orlando.tbuilt '41 choice .. .. Price per Peter .. CO.Cent.1 and .. nsodatosib
.t T34t roof oak will be available Auc 1.25
block tile lot 1
AM talow: : 21 West 2-O788 Stectes
a-tsp. room conc.et 12 fruit tree*. WII.I.. R..lor. I (5850 with only (1SOO down payment : location best fu.nltur. new tiled .cr. Csvensugh Realtors 30. i s64
5 9
excel- P.0.-si ?
"DluiDiC-D lc 810 bath kitchen oak larte den CHENEY RWY.-Ideal for hoanand
I non. pJ
Call 0
W. B.
H.r.-More. R.IG.
T.r. NlcholO.Rnltl Lars faroseglesWorth
I Also
-- 11.50. 3 bedrooms business
- .. twsaacty tuat redaeed ta, *23JOOrkias 1.Main dial 2-111. NORTHWEST-Neat 3-bedroom fur- r 109 E. Pine=: 2-2380. I sealed sarate. tool el.L.. . I I.nU..Un.. Mr Told with 0011? U0 t eeos St.Orloods .-'

$ % a* lor *BI nlshed prewar bunialow On 1OOft SUBURBAN Just outside city 1U tubs and ...ht. Beautiful shadedlot Hmton E Roblnaaa: a i
I *$ .. 'c.Zioerwk.:.t..i..10R. corner lot .mmtl.1 p..ulon a completely furnished six with grill Move In (17.OOO. Bign 7832. .4511re.l
1 \ ( Ta. 834 LAKE FRONT Just Utdl! 2 bedroom \ .. house with 3 bedrooms on lot 120x150I I thru Claybaugh 5613 Sine 4900
R.lt. I a.ltor. COUNTRY PROPERTY 50 Oe
100. heavy bearing grove *P-
be bought 111"
'r-D... S.-.4 b..lo .tt turns 2.745. Home 8748.NORTHASAtt.cll.. I I I in tood neighborhood Can Resltor 55
3 Asher Peter
\ -MU Wlndham WALKING DISTANCE. ProxImately 15 OOO boxes ele.nfrl' Ask -
r both sttrsctlvely included unfurnished U desired Call Mr "drom. LiJ&B.v
l ... Ow l .mlb. A well built; furnished ofimproved i probably knows Central and Mass i iI f' -
: .1' neat clean bo. aet Also about
I Realtor.
P Swope. r5r.
splendid with O 10.e. X.
kt I. .k sod *eU t IU. do' e.no 6 Claybaagh.Realtor ise600 --
._ .. with tarma Frd.n Broker. and outboard motor This property I bd.o. p.ch. i East Pine; phone 5812.8UBURBANBunsalow. stieeet 110.50. Ter. pasture wih pare FAIRVILLA SECTION-li acre and
I ?s Ibe.
I .1' o.r.1 bred Reentered P1'Bo
land fans
Autom.Lt w.L. house Fertile
on on* of our finest he.lr. 513. t room
I B Caotrol. Pnoao lt. cor-
1 on
. .. ., all 42 lo.t not this listing blinds Onl3 1750. 0 lerm. I screened porchNear INCOME 5 bedroom furnished fur cattl. Buntalow 'ne repairs and I for flower bulbs and vegetable bo.11s.eo' c's 54 enBi
esp' 2 lots largo
I KAT BIOB ta *** walktn* dUO.MW over 36 if Interested eon- 1 a.lt. ncr. nice home plus garage apartment barn. For prlcula. c.l ll. Phillips chicken houses good well A Ibm 0111

'' ..- M tato **rv Utbl It.. room tact Martie Williams. _altr. at NORTH EAST-Near lake. New frame I bus stores Johnson and. 2O8.cboL S. 120. (25 OOO Terms C.yb.ulb. Realtor with 8Impl..10. l.ka, pump. IS orange and .r."frl Ire

,. .- I kawao with a. 0218 lr. "r.ae once. 21 W. Washington S bungalow 2 bedrooms nice Iocstton | terms Bam Sickness necess 1111. Bid*. 519. A real barcala for 8.5.
I hoot aorcli and s SUNSHINE PARK-Duplex nicely fur- wanted If yon to work
. .. .eD. 1106. oak floors Immediate possession. I .n 00117
II para* with tonadir '.1 hot and $875O terms Sam Johnson Co.. nlshed 4 rooms each. Electri.refrigeration. 1 sod make some real money here 3 4

_-1. ,. c -I. II aaort MM .piaa._.aad Maaaa alto.1 frama OB* .. nn LK VUW-rm. bungalow; Ills 208 8. Main.NORTEAT. i I I 2-car I garage 75 All ft In',oDt.e.A-1 condition.i HomeI BEST BUY I ORLANDO TODAY 1Furnished 2 PEC GRVE-good 10 t 15 1 your with oppranlSH. Realty Mr. SI..r.. 2 f.e.Imedse 8004. IS
porch; garage Two-year .ce ..n.
for tlO. SECTION -
aact tota ? sells .
o b.t. . I I and Income Sam Orsnte and Lake County E. Washington St Phone 5124.GGTBA Boods
lem. JonI varieties: I $401114.
1 PM* Call ". with O'Har- ro 1 year .1. Only frame horns who .150. 3 b.drm frame In Co- ,
.1. 10 P.I. P144. 3-lrom. oak throughOut I ison. 208 8 In..lto.n. new roof last year out locations Priced less than 1.0 peracre Excellent 6-roooi tram* 1544111 L.4sI1

. .1IJ 5640.a.rdne Real Estate 29 Booth Cot Six rooms N'eg lon lot. two -3 rooms and bath. this spring Rented at .11'.o terms B .o bunsalow 3 screened porches O weoset
. .. LAS? SS-.Off Colonial t dial 2-4481 car garage in e0celleflt condition SU.A 2 porches 3-car (75 mOU. but tenant will trove e.r of It I .L 3-acre grove plot overlooking
bato two I1MM aouaa* 0 take care of you Mr. Timer Plenty chicken bouses Quick
m honest CslI.MZ. dste I'I'mG. .lh OIivl
right Immediate occupancy. *n Mu.pl 499.
FBONTAGk Riparian 1375
LAKE 1130 ten. .al.
arad wnk arat replacement P. 145 N Main: 5809 M J. Broker,
sion- VTh
l on on* of our most desirable lake value at 511.500.00. See Reggie Mof- I . Bailey a.ltr. cssh at (50 0 1.0. coe< 10. Mo 11ecessew
:_. .three lot of l.rL ipacei 1 Spick and span bungalow of six I j fat with O P. 8.Gp. Realtor. 60 Church 4767.I month you .D this CHECK"AND SEE u-la.i 132 8. Ihone .
: | baa !
L' .ln. tot and : large well room with tile East Pine; Phone : SECTION Furnished re1.h city say It i* the beat SUBURBAN-6-room home moderuconveniences. coorS 11 ft us

:.r* *.two Inc "Li a Una place for I kitchen .entl.Lf.t Basement with NORTH SECTION-Pram* bungalow I, SOtEAST Ihr. bedroom on pa.e State 90 .c.. of the finest. big On bus Ideal eeaa- 55 41. 6-

rklldroa ,8.*.wn chicken hobby rom bath and dressIng 5 rooms. well located Immediate street, carase utilities ... Hall Bros. A..nc', R.lto. 12 X.I ball trees of the varieties you try home 5 acres 15. .KMttnger .4-.

: .r jOlt this *ld.Tee rm is cmple.l. and possession. C R. Emerick.Resltor. This can b* h.Dd.d for 1.0.0 Or.nu. 5189. 8001. Tslenciss This last season Realty. 2-74. o8Ised.4s6ll4u SCe.4eOI

'' _M.ar I el.1.* block .t of I furnished linen 610.5.10.I. .* Ave Tel. cash and ( 0 worst in 30 years but If I TURKEY LAKE SECTION- O acres V

Cwwatal Drl.*. r and groceries. Dock wt.DQ\ 7348 mortgage Iup' this at l" SIc fldl netted IS. The lucky purchaser win of land 4-room house partly far- 696OaONE
I n. auce arrangement of O P. Swop BUYERS It you dont have to art quickly W* also hove and
1 : _>u oak Mr Gs stov*
** tor.u ..room with attrtc- ditional rmpu. b. motorboat ..ndc.DD. NORTHWEST good old fashioned R..lt.. 60 East Pine: phone 5812 th..d NOT.year needs p"n@ some excellent buys In sms: groves.Noble .lbP. heater rra.r..r electric AND
with comfortable
= bungalow large .
,. Itnplat fall alied dInIng T.n.. op.nc, sod 1.lc"t I room Stucco on steel SUBURBAN HOME fruit handyto 8613 Claybaagh Reltr. emlth Brot.r 1. M.l: pump. Large chicken hows. em bflth .440011 S.Moew

.. *. kucbea. two bedroom* 'I'I sell. 12.0 tr. Cf Htrdwood floors ltb bedrooms con.Lre business and .lt, 148 t.r. SECTION Beautiful 2- 6911 brooder and tool house and tractor r ouS 00 asiselo

1 bath taraie baa one 'Ppltment ton In sleeping porch Close Speak to bl' .pl..1 JXCtSII built 1941 of Price .7.0 t.r.Jan Bro*.. J b 11 114. 11
Lr. "un.I.
. D laiBdrr work ahopTlMr Schiller R.lt.. I bus line la new development t Realty Co .Sple.I" *. 708 M.k.1 ".drm. . Ted ..L double ..- I 5 Acreage for Sale i 1 N. . bus II.. 044 5 .4t4.4.118

are two lart "t. S thIs to- LANCASTER EAST-2 block Bun modern homes (8850 mostly furnlshea Bid. J-3269. rage. ry other I S0P5.
I an'
.a.. Call Mr I built '41 2 : charming Florida CONWAY SECTION 10 acre os of 14
O'H.r .10. 1 brom.1 ADOUC souuu requireaH Four room *cd detail to give yoa a NEW FIVE- BUNGALOW I II
c k.sselO0 B. Pine a-2380._ eondltD l.n. . ckel-O Neal. Realtors, 118 X RbI SOUTH SECTION plenty -of trait chicken home Newly furnished and reasonably -I' good road electric line small RO'Five mile from 085.111 01 oso 14"11Mt
stream through on. corner and I &na S 01.a
better and (6150 terms. inson dial 2-3753. priced George Painter with Asher pa' Blossom Trail '
are a .tre. bus and stores 4. Orange
1--a1&T.. If TOO can D Sam Johnson .. 8 Msin. 600 house ttrmi near W. K. Price R.1 Pc.. *. Peter Relto.. 704. Central; 2-786! 1 good yrleare. d. 0 neighborhood terms. (100 Price (6.OOO. c..n.u.n. R..lr.4 45.1 lISP s Ins

awiaer bartala like thIs in Orlando LANCASTER PARK 3-bedroom deluxe ORWIN MANOR furnished 246 S. Ave HERE YOUR HOUSE 2 story well I down .IS 1795.0 Real I I W.shln.ta Ar.de. Iban. A"

m i .Vary tort becntlfully 1.nd.pd pre-war bungalow Tile roof ., bdrom.. h.rd.o' Or.nl Conway Road. We built new furniture 3 bedrooms I Estate Room 8 lonth.. .MrKel.Central W.1rbur. 54.u .4_ .
S ;- .- _. Prewar 'OULctt. oak floors furred cedar closets.Venetian floors . SCOTT 1.-r 2 twin beds gls ed sleeping porch Ye11e se oslo 1 S

I ".I D. Clean serve ..1 trees, fnt tion .utm.tc & .Ct.o. Beautifully 3-rom partly 'uml.be r. with lavatory Tile bath up half LAKE FRONT-40 acre on nice lake 10 ACRES farm load FAIrbanks 185 leolsor 145 UN1WT
.. I Til bath til. kitchen with bllc 2-6132 't lot 10 lot* 1.30 n.b or tde below Paved street nice section I near Maitland It. terms Asher r Electricity AIM. 11-11-U

0 . ftaaat electrical equipment Patio and 11.50. 0" lo lane bearing .. 10. H. M. Mii.StBURBANFuU. Clean good buy (15.OOO. Its equal to ; Peter Realtor Central and ,: acres with creek and house. S2O pr. from onavsiIS
-. .. .I bartocn ..l..Dt HOe i com I LNCAS PA-EcepLtn.l 1 Immediate possession Harlow.. furnished 2 bed scafcehame or Income Blcn thru Main; 2-788. month N. dowa p..m'Dt Sah, I IRt. A bus 04

I BWtolv Uf.11 furlse A, cUoa .2.tr CuLrcUol, Frtrck. 118 N. Orsnce Dial .om prh. city Claybaagh 5613 ,_ LAKE FRONTAGE acre on Slakes 2. Box 321 CARE 4e4. Bo
for OMO wU 3 b.th Ilel. Orlando 818'1 I wster lake view .
Will make excellent campsites .
T .
nice .I' t .t DISTINCTIVE ROOMY modern *"*
porch a
sun YOU
a.1 .. there only venetian la. Prank Moore Bro- = '
ten N Of roar* I' ( c.h. : Electricity (SO per acre LK.NGPo
!80.120 .. oil Tem
... 'I . ** Hoble Brte.; 1. 8btala 1.. < kitchen Exceptional f.nd. I I t.r. WeaLmorl.I . 9720 Beautiful fl...rl.Uc Mr Lane with Herman Inc- home of I.r..p.cou. bedroom HW 'iIl--e* toI 0
.1u ORANGE BLOSSOM 36th eolormts two . Ow
Steel Nothing like this sod all eusts us *
i Tn .0 i I. motes
: "*ll Jobt. aU.r 1 .
... I UGn. 2-.r garage tile roof St.-A fin eome good SUMMERLIN ST 8. SfUon2-1- en many" lane closets Double go-. Broker677 N. Orange; 1855. tive Os several weoa-4 Ii usft

B7UBTIB-New modera 4.m and steel "r. this for a nice plea ok and citrus trees-special price room bungalow fUnlhe4 rate roll and sate doors Laundry ABOUT 5 ACRES In the right location I natural I Florida hammock 1 4*. fresi 6p434

. .*. I acreened p b.eledrc ant ..h. S furnished Terms. (6.000 on terms McKelvey. Real E I I Price (6500 C. C. aelet tubs toilet Tiled living porch rear i en a beautiful lte. high and beautifully landscaped flowing d.. 064 05S 0

. beater and usa be.t.. Sam 125.0.. 208 8 Main .tate. Room 8. 1 E. Central 2-1747. of living room with 4 French door dry Abut 8 to 9 town. don well. I have two .uc proper with seeSelll
e. 41SO Kenneth Copl.nd Jobln SUBURBAN-Just received 2 really Deluxe Kitchen equipment Beit value Price cash Jamerson and ties. One. (27000 and .20 OOO foiree e4648 t4
J := B. W Raatley. 1(10 6t Eu LNCAT PA.RX-2 bedroom tile ORANGE NORTH bungalow(NEAR>-2 2 nice 3-bedroom furnished homes.Both lowest price for (24.OOO. ClybughResltor : C.r.Realtors 70 E. C.nLr Phone See H. E Wheeler with Harold Shepherd 910111 will

tto. Pla Ph. J37 White_ Quick 44.824200815.000.beautifully landscapedplot. M J. screened room c.p'r. plastered; t-1 I.t. only $2OOO down total Exclusive. No shoppers Cash . c.r.. 9516 I Realty Co 2 E. WtshlnstoaSt C P 01.541' 11Sanle
SOLA eitraordinkry prhr. .I. price (6500 each These are come of talks 8613 MILES Idealgrove 2 1311i
I 5
L EON.Dm. 132 S. Mala. phone rest buy (1500 NORT-D
-I' bo.. Dtt.1 B.ote. Clyde !.O.O 104 ear extra special listings again Wm. .crL cleared (3.- NICE 4-room tram home on .o.uwt II
6977 McK.na. B.ote I l.n4 2
I badraom bom pre "ne Central: 2.71. W'I Msthews with J. D.le Kolsr. 206 OOO ( 2nto.R..ltr. 150 acre; S in muck Fenced U.ht Soul S Bwoy.

'P_ ...., ttoa Wen '. Vpt.u LAKE.. DAVI SECTION. large bdrm. ORWIN MANOR Furnished Bun.10. S. Main 7811 OLE! H IT- E. Robinson; and wsterfacilities for chicken ft elso 0 isrowO
ueparat _t.n 2 3 bun.I. rom SOUTH EAST Overlooking lovely Just what you have been looking for ,
q ..1.I big kitchen .; 2 central oak i 2500 ACRES solid block just off O
roaa *pt*_ tarnished. Income ( nice .om b.tI lrom. but frame Isparlous Winter Park house 32 K
1S floors lake Larg .nld.nc. 2-"d.om hlthwsy (3 50 per acre Leased for I 10. E P SI.Jn. R.lt. 0448 bOO re ISIsr0ve
caoath. your home Carat Fully fu.nlb.d. frpl.ce. aatdo. .r .I I lower floor with room .
pee K651IP P
OleM C
.I. Ln. oil with M J. Broker
I way Citrus rmL b.LI Pn.
of fruit Ky corner lead' .I f. Senr.1 large On paved road Less minutes SUlpln. MO"
.ll. (8500. Terms M trees This a home on a ,, Lovely kitchen . room 132 ; phone t YOU INTERESTED in 108. 166 0 0ml -
price- ..utful 11' "B
Ion. AR
.1'* .t.n Smml. r.lc G. I lovely setting C. R. screened tile front p.cI Also IM'- from Orisndo ba'lne.center On. try and property with 10 11k
t I' J. Broker. 132 B 1.1.phone .13.5. . just off Curry Ford .c. .5
1"-: 1.1. .de 141. M.. Emerck. R..lo.. 610 .. A.e.I"" I ly I.. moen 2-bd.om frame cottage ofbearing (6995 Ttm.. ( dG.. lAc kcr*. M J. R.d. I of land 30 ft lake froatste 6-room coos 68140-11
171.I variety
1ABT-8 prewar In Se lhl house shade and citrus trees
"I -. 'uLrc1 734. 'i. 132 8 Main: phone 08811 so 64* ce
Well built .
Southeast. .
r P. Moat City LAKE FRONT- : 2-car garage wIth I' C. Oolden Brtt. 1121 N Orlando 19' approximately 41. mile from our office Oot$440 of 6814460ft
11 I .t.Make after. J.n.nt. I 4-bedroom 2-ttory Colonial framt I 1.undr. shower 11. terms Ave. (N. underpass 20 ACRES-U mile highway frontage I on paved us fo appointment 1551 fre6654 us
home Sit in the lIving room of thisspacious ORW MANORImm.dl.t. p"ea at.m. 628 E. 414. ). Winter Park Open Sunday east of Winter P.t. Price $1.SOO .- rd.1 *a tM 0.68Pam.
bleed 5ees$
house and the of I IshimmerIng I eGmpl.ll I for quick sale T. pr.
tt" fUr.d
eDt. .n.t 3 2 H a"Ud. property I* SOOO 4eed e
.U.W Tra 'Ua ar&-lrm frame b.D blu. modern 2 WINTER GARDEN bdrm. I Son. Realtors. 2-3176. $8.5; tr..
I f. I lot beautifullyteftdaep4 .lake Swim lovely lot. with 10 citrus tree*. baths 2-t0r. Corner k and (10O : Boom 01 Bynost
-., .11I n Lane oak .".d.. $5- .Indo. overlooking. ft 1 bar- 10'pit and don t worry about fruit . Ressonable Mrs IP YOU ARE looking for a nice new i 40 AGUES-high dry citrus lands :the fruit the crove will ill 68 P.468 68 68.440.P15 .

0$41 . $4111 I,I". term Mr Stone with I Dalley. : your paved bak street.r. 12 lk f.Gnu.. ..- mowing the Uwn thee .an electric Booth Pb. Winter Garden 31. .1.n home See Hampton Brok t acres cleared just off Winter e rental of (100 per
l.tk t .lh .. fine selection.S31 t The time to buy lake front -
er a very Oarden about 5 mile Or- month. 4
S.iii1rn . K. Ph tan rights mower I.cudt. .eomm.nd this WEST EtfiLTwo cottages Can b* R.d. -
l j 3 Cuh and Fit .bub"r. OD'baOt at (13. terms Zelma occupied at once Liberal term *t N. Oraote 5O13 1.ndo cash for quIrk sale.3obneton I property i* when the owner to *axlous 511 64. 54oar
oupied Pc 111.5. Henry Broker I W. Church to sell and win consider a reasonable
Henson with Msrtle Realtor
000 and D P Slss 5001.4if
Bammia* osroso
# n *awto*> 117I& P.aUo a.lor rm 21 W. Washington St Phone 1 1.75. B.ot. St 6545 offer Mr. Lan with Hermaa.
Owl* S $= : .A DRIVL-fJast cf On- Central .dt' Inc. 677 H Or- : = =
111. GOLDEN HAS DOWN of new land for water ,,0.dln. Broe S
Mi*. lf- .do.b.lDe. .n. LAKE PNT-V'r fin 4-bedroom r-20 : !0.ACRE. be cleared for next : p: o 861.
.ootM. P. beautiful Lake .A'-4
$1111 .mlbd p.1 and shade tree WEN home 2 Old. Lot ; YOU want a nice placethis 14*
-, buntalow of _' ORWIN MANOR completely furnished Honeymoon year melon erp. Will rent for season IF RELY
i "lokI Iske.Suburbs3room. 5000 llpalOtel
S .. on nice 6EN-2-bd 100x150 Kitchen has largeWestingbouse I* opportauty.
I reatrvcua. bath with tub and frame room cement 5-room bunsalow on spacious corner ready to plow O.I,. S.1 Groves.Zellwood $06 0..nsi.4211r
: I transferred and must roof Metal cssement TI. .leL.lc and hot I home and Income Close t* city Bear
bower Owaer This I* .t.e
: nished Facilities for k .dG. Dock sod bo.Lha.f. I 054000. 8864
I plot An ap-ta-dat poultry
: : refrigerator Conway section
water heater Large
S be aold 8 O. P B.u Realty Mutt sell now Price E. Dame and built for living at its best Pe only e 39 2 mile* of city limit 104 g
1.11, I Large living room 2 bedrooms. ACE. farm Have the best esc prodaetng -
Ca I* B furnished. (14.50O. See Mark with H cash Lane ,
Ct.l. SllTton Realtor 32 E Pine 651. 3 Cea. Handy Wlnt.r Pat. 11.0. strain SOO layers now 12OO by 0.00. e0
.. SABT KAiiY DITC-MO LAKE close Here tea dy possession. 12.5. '111.ml.Back1'N.a. E. Rult.. 143 N. M.I. 2-1464WESTS to A Ilc.' fun"he. with H.r.n Oo.l. Ine. BroKP. Sept, 4. A modern 4 bedroom home .056 516 600145Or

." "' 1.. b.I ANO&V'r 01 to own and R..l.. Rob I I 1 Don buy a house bie. you've.575. 677 N. Or.nge: 185! Completely furnished 21. acres productive SNo

... ApPrt. i acre SI comfortable to live in. It Insn thIs one A. C. .. 1121 soil Three newly built pool I $ i11441e
1 0- 1 I ? with Robt L.Prvo 10. ORWIN Pelham Road Overlooking beautiful Qld. Brot.r 53-1. Ranches and Tlmbf rland
lh. with 2 bedroom sleep- MN0R33 IDE N. Orlando A. . underpass try bouse accommodating 500 layer 81150611 elatens
: ..11$4lr..11 >. .N O.na 2.59 .Jume pcb. Inl. klkhe. hardwood I I We tU -br. baked lake masonry constructed. 2 bed ). Winter Park Open each Garage workshop teed Cusoses04s oo4
hollow .
carage attIc rn tile house on termsto I room home ., tub and shower II 20 15.OOO acres: and storage room. Abundance *>f
$ .4 -- &rATa-BOBLe .ot 1. fl.plc. t TAC t wIth beet a 4560
., 2 room This r.p"lbl. party $5.75. fur I Electric water b..Le. liv farming land: large bearing citrus trees and subtropical
S. IDt mor .uLom.LI wesedci
tu-j' -.I quarters. MI :land- i* a very .l. .30 doW .! C.1 Coune,R.II N 111 rm. .1.heD and dnetl com foe 'pine and repress Im.r some fruit. Tate advantage af ::: bI !

, I Ii i * prtc*. M i. Brokr3aB (50 month. cnt.c' ... Or.n. 22'7.OR1OB L' : dr. HAS IT-Maltland. Orlando Priced and thIs swell opportonlty. Quick bwyer 6044 411 B 11u
.. ..In phone 5977.j.A1T Poe want a nIce home Harold Tollick. MOR SECON-3 Fruit shade Vnrurlabed 15. OLE ap per acre; good term Buy now gets all this for 815 000. P11. 5733. .

i "Il -BIDE-IB, easy walkints with J. D.nl Kolar. 206 .Main "d. bl.lo.. oeu 250 terms J.m..on c.n. 70 house on State bl,". New while price are low J. P. M.tta.Brot. Sloe, usd hoe .4tsol
: d I ,
iLb.r. ..UIi I taste to thIs very l..bl IWo r '8U. .195. Broker, E Cent.L. Pn. A T. C.r..l1r._. . Arranged for tour 145 N. M.I 5. eo seW

l r. wIth aa LAKE FRONT Modern concrete 1. .; phone 8561 o 4328 1511.i .Id. owners .p.rmeDt Sale FOR THE TIRED AND RE-rIRED--
I. Lots for
"r. porch and screened .r home 7 rooms 2 b.Lh.utility PARK LJ SECTION Home and i WINTER PARK New five room on highway fMI 54.

!r .. . parek with laundry lab room electric kitchen and Fine bedroom 2b.U Cement block home that has everything I trees. Front and rear porches SHORES Lane Fish la your own S acre sandbouasa ; 14.Ast.s .

.1.. and Mid ..t. tram*.-tool house O 1-1/3 acre well land- home Or guest home Plus 'ure the modern home should h.t. I rage This property should brine as BEVERLY but- It have. spring lake which the owner ears = ;
hard to we
e o. ftoon heart pin and . OD seeped p.l.pine and citrus carate apartment Cant located on nice lot in good neighborhood Income of about (4OOO per year b 'od. Is full of baa, lust a betcla for a
G. _ _ _ I. Sal one half Bella Perfect ..cl Specia. price and Call Don Dudley. Realtor. I with privileges on ladle lake. I sides owner apartment. Only S1 . a few ones ta offer you at a fly Together with a two bedraombuntatow BiedI.
It .ne 2 .
F Walter W. Rose In .
_. bee tlOJOO M..t P.k wt tr Anus 1st. Whit Bras- <(48. have to be seen 1 b* appreciated. I T.r S65OO down A. C. Golden. nunlble Irc.. N Ave Or tenant house and 40 act* o. S.4-.e
fee tesdse
OHarra-Moore 109 Mills: 115.0. at only For Broker 1121 N. Orlando Ave.. near I .stm.nt Oa. of Itod (10-50O. Some terms. 0050
". 216.LtON .PptDL
2:8. 1. L SECTION For you Pried to .12.70.. I Maitland Winter Park I .I office 33 J. .' Ave 54 40041 041a
...c EAST Blocks from Or .n' extra for H .Dde"'A"
ante 81&EIUt tile ftrat *pruneat Oa a wl and brm. O'M.r.-Mon. 109 East Pine: Open 8.nd.3. BAXTER ST110u oft Feri. Hall Bros., Afeucy. Realtors. 112 N.Oraoga Deotrol s68

.Af.Located on hlfh beautiful & high aGPln.n who wants t rnt d.n ar the man who phone 2-831 I 15. .5 51'. Ave.. Tel. 5159. O AJkrjtl B .4 5 11

.' = ahaid lot. Apartment 2 bed- choice lake A well constructed wants a sewing i td3 horn PARK Beautiful 2-tr I.Y I Ij CNCR.WEST-At WIUorln Whaler Me Mb4It
.- I11 11S $. rnnsnt Urine room kitchen hardwood bedroom bangilow "U ira 21 trial provides these things plus WITR tl. ..d.a. f.l. LOVELY ,SMALL home saras l for CaOO MM *** TJO 1 sjasMH.

b - r TJa for income when yon porch overlooking hardwood floor living room withfireplace. Maid quarter Guest eottase One laundry house. All eC Broker 8. Mainphosie 80 ACRES-email dwelling, 1$ care* !!Ieu$550 8)11-i siRn.4

..I.c e tUOO Thelm Kincald with H sod game r. Beautifully dining room kitchen with of the finest estates In Central PlorMa -j lovely for children or pets : CLOSE IN-100 ft tots. toOO Rcaaooable cleared: fenced pic tight and buS I68tC.IlIhap04

P .llli CT2 M. Or. .Are. Ph. nished 1.5. Partially financed elet stove and refrigerator Ao- of.n at half replacement cost p.lat" new .lumlu. ..ln. term W. A. McKeaneyBroker sUeng: 13750, terms Lyle with Nec-

1 ,::. _. .. ,-4 Robt. with RobertR. t.u. hot water beater Half bath Qalt .Ion. M 3. Moss Broker. tat. a.d. Ho .t. 4950 Cheney HI.b..3; 2-7144. mao Goodwin. Inc. Broken. *77 NOrance .

*. .. .' Tyre. R.lt. 1 W. Washington. do.uLI 4 1.m pstatrs sod j.Miln: phone6977_ I porches All .h.l.t Fmp. D' . DUBSDREAD : 9855

N .,. .,,1 tUZABKTB B.bloD UPrtncaton b.U tab .n to.c. D.ld. WASHINGTON ST- EAST- Lovely Ing etian Very blinds D.tI rul. for .e. Uo Large COVNY-cB 10 ACRES ON PAVED ROAD wtth

.* & &pl. n LAKE FN-l0a5. with new 3 'r.t porch little nicely fur 1-bedroom eoable. 13.18 i Pay monthly Have tot paid fully tarnished 2-bedroom bungalow
frame construction f.nd room No cpl.t but Hv"tble side screened and classed Screenedrear bungalow wIth rm dinette 6KTERAL and 3 bedroom homes I t.. bulldin materials become : electric kitchen Small eoua**

. scaped 7e Lane 2 screened C. t ct7. 170. C.l 51,. porch with laundry tub ALl kitchen and nice living porch. Shortwalk reasonably pricedSpeak taSpietel' I available. Property In this high close In rear. Plenty fruit A real valw at

, parihti. venrUatlnc fan. New 12. A Dt 3 S f.n tile roof 2-car . to store one block to bus. Whitney Spiegel Realty Co. section i* bound ta Increase rapidly J8500. Jone with M 1. Moss. Broker

= radwcd price: t73SO fo ouick ae. Main Open 2 'II Attic can be converted into.2 Quiet home for retired couple Phone I'0 .k.IBldc. 2-3269 In value Buy today ahead of this 132 8. Main: phone 6977

Be* this Can Ben with LAKE VIEW--On the banks of Kll- more rooms. 1 block from stores bus 9159 to .I and make offer AudreyPlttman 3 BEDROOM house not I lccrea. We have some beautiful

Boltnd. Rltr. CaxrUan Bld(. 672 larney. Sp.do.2-bedroom blockhouse and school This rest home unfurnished wt SttpDtt. Metesll quite finished Inside Move la and I Urge right on the colt course 56. Business Property for Salt

I .>1 .With .I.DI. closets ..P.1 except kitchen .tm.at *. finis It ..u.1 and save some I Wster. 1.b.gas and bus available
h '. Owner man leave town to Paved tc Boland Owners.Csrrisan .
t'l 10. 1.undr h DISTANCE-Oun! x. well mon. l wsternear APT HOUSE-t unlta. Redecorated
.... .. Purniabd well-built new business and sacrificing .UtO ,....e ttrtU7. B'd... 673 N. 2-
XABT 8U>E bun.l. .t.e .P.c. I : S room first n. 3rooms bus 11. (2385 OO Or.n.e. Inside and out. New furniture la-
.. .I .. tw* t. ,12.0.For other .C lovely home a 113.50. Cnt.c, 2nd ftodr Tscsnt (11.OOOterms t 5211.0. Cash tr. to re- 4551: evenlntl 3-2534 come (1800 plus owner apt Prts

C.. aeU location. bay C U. T.I.. Brb.. 211 I. Harold Volllck . Iola. to salt Hmton. Realtor. 150E .bl. Owner King I l EVANS ATE 2 good Terms $12.500 Apoy 209 E. Prk 8U
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8. Mala. 7811. Robinson 7632 I .
.- Jor K !- $' 20 : 141 Washington St cheap Clsrbtugh :S613. Kisslmmee, Fl*. NB

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( r..i M. Real Eatate Wanted > iO. Business Opportunities_ 62. Loans p. O 68. Sales Help Wanted I I 71. Autos.Trailers Wanted 75.L'srd_ Cars for Sale I, 1Itah; &rnltnrl-fi1tar

t., ;; r ;I. ArpRAWALA-Ott your horn* HABERDASHERY-Honest and ambitions AUTO. Flartvr. loans- REAL ESTATE SALES HELP Old AUTOMOBILES WANTED-Will buy MODE A-1930 2-or aedsn. Ex- i I ORLANDO. FLORIDA
W. .U1 |l.. yew a* ntlmate fne young m. Wanted as ". Company. ". r*. established fir Will furnish good yo.urcar or sell your car. Auto eon4.Uo. $295. HsrleyWadtworlh. I
g. eIIrs.4 .* rkars 5. th* ...rr.n, markettala I| partner in sow b.l.. 10.0 I II 8Ir.e. Manaser. 1O04 M.ta Build-I leads. C.I 1[ at auction every Thursday. Holly .- ..; 8597. JULY 27, I f I
'"' i., Ns4j .c vast prolN"' .. do .bUsaW I required to so into In.. Phone :3-O339. Reason's Motor Auction 2120B.. ,! MERCURY 1939 sedan. W. -
j a,.. p ,_. '*.". >1. Wm. Mathews formation In office .e. Courtney :IREAL ESTATE BAL3MAN-Ws led i II Orsnse Blossom Trail., *>_ i i Farmer. Can be seen at 221 West
wia %M sib J. Danlrt Kolat Brottr._ I I Realty. 392: N. ..01J.. CASH LOANS-Oulckiy made oa furniture I lcn salesman to round. I ; Church Street.M.ERCURYl939. 76 I
autos and our ConfidentialInterviews AUTOS WANTED-Win pay i
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p. CONTACT C. B. D..... Realtor for l HOTEL Located east lando's own Home : .jn. and 3 p m. I, cash price for your car. Oln. Convertible. 0
P.DC. C.
.,**... bmaca and buslneu. For I, of Orange Av*. 3-n do"at. Metcalf Bids. Dial :111 today. Rob L. Pryde. Realtor: 668 142 N. Garland. 2-4t or .'Oran j f concUoa$895. J. 8. C. .I aPARTA. on
S. $ Sfl *.,-..1' ." ,. ask for P. P. Wheel- bulldlns. 33 rooms all newly decorated ,: N. Orange: dial I 2-459. I ISALMn.sr. e 2.8l._ . 4644. I Reed .
!r. 'M. J fftrt.o: :2-1544. nicely 3 round floor QUICK CASH LAS Furniture I :1I I rr.1
.s spsr% I' BADLY of 1946 and OLDSMOBILE 1936 :
.. 2-hour place N.I.Holen I IEE I 6hu. II1 .
._ note and .
SI las. ..ei, WIU. PAY-w 5iO.000essh. stores and lobby. A real money maker ln. I"le. In .' older I IW.d."orh dor; good motor e t. 12.I '
or trUe Family Loan 501 c.r Hall
p..4 ead. lndllatru' BUY A
Mfl.1st season just comIng on. Price only .. E. Washlnston :
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(12.000 Miami home lot modemrmuh A. :1-11.
Bids. W. CaUla. manager.Phone lI.
bSis.s .. .4 1-- home 1:5.0. trm.. Of."d e.c..I.I. I. R : :i.ce oeawsre: Mills.mr OLDSMOBILE 1936 electric t
la or near . ;: i stove. Golly
2-161. $
$,.sm., Orlaad. Mail a* real *alu. *. Powca- 1 D.I.! M.II Sa j jI -lddl..w... Del CADIU.ACB-Cbeyroists. and ohe.,I goad and looks ._. .. Harley 201 N 25 ..

See. Sept. .... Writ fuU. details to I LOAN phone for our higher prices. .. Wadswortb. 615 N.,Orange8597.OLDSMOBILE4..doortosrtne.Vecy_ 5.1.

0 e,is$. w%.A., :'..."..:.:rado.' M5 ". W. 11U I LAUNDRY 11290 to SELF$1300 SEVC pr during DoIng I MODE"of Florida's oldest IIEvII.and most 'experienced 1.. Motors. 7$N. Mills. :2-2174_ ; clean. 159 5. Harley W.d.or'! $20O from DOWN Frank will i I I I _-

*.4 A.-J4 nfl. ioN present dull ..0. Rich cl.location. CADILLAC WANTED-l940 to 1947. 615 N. Orange; 8597. of new and used
.,.,. we Buy building and equipment ,
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.s.. from. Up t* 30 _
.. w.g want to **n your house. Call as .. for 24000. with terms. small loan and financecompanies. Must be clean car. Slivers Pontisc.62 .- PONTIAC-1936 2 door sedan. Newly I I'
Sisis fZuIltt4.A Pflv si eoase and *e* it, Howard. Broker; Spa office for details. PI.u 'I I W. Colonial Drive. painted motor $395. PIT rent? Frank -
N.Msln 132)U5'TIROS cme. Private offices. Conlldeatlat SALESMAN I nc.lr.t i 201 N. Orange
; 4J_ Investment Co WAN and W. Moon 2-2i.

"fC: properties. solicited.and business An kinds opportun of real Washington s bChl"1 service. No delay. Terms to suit I,w. ar* I need of-a.h.h class .le. FILLEY or trde MOTOR ear INC.for will the b.....high sell i I f PACKARD be seen -at.r 1937 1 4-door p.m. at...d.S .. EoiaDr. Can I __ _

sctcc- ;; ..... Wilbur Strickland. Broksr. 23 LAUNDRY-Modern, small your Income. Acceptance Corporation man. dollar.Phone 5416.See na a 200 W. C.atrl or I Price $ 4.

.-.II j Sft .. W Church St. Ph. C$75. able wen ventilated and can actively represent us and sedan. C.I _
14 D.' ,. W FRANK PI'I'TC110.or
$,. -- ,., IA.J $1&L DEPENDABLE COUPLE wants to Experienced Gnt. laundryman can of Florida. Home office at 480 K.I la interested in making a eonnectlon I get the REED high ivan knows how to I I l a 10 Gr. I
I double by adding I with a company that Is rec dola to your ear I .
I l bay guest home. Prire ressonsble week onr- .
1. pn.as 15 KITCHEN
or equity cash ... I
::1 __ Prefer leaslKi for 1 7ta,. Box 271'BAR. truck. Debt rent. Good Orange Avenue. In Orlando. Phone I ognised as one of the leaders In the *. 'cm away? Give miD. Why i I PACKR19311 drl. RdIo. ._
I cllb Cllp
l-e*. a rsasi seta,. ,II fishing. Good year around climate.S Industry. i 201 N Oranse cb.nc.. or tudor. or 125 K. A DOUBLE
t___ kr wawe : cash or half cash. P. O. Box 7136. Offices at Cocoa Winter Haven : I I day Sundsy. .I
a> Itwata. run I It GRILL and package stars 11 201. Eau Gallic.I Fla. I I Our line 1 is exclusiveand Is by far SELL OR TRADE,n0r.8 OSanse SINKS

I ...., e rio**A of 4 mile. north Orlando on U. 8.Htaawav and St. Co..d. Same aketI: the best that we have ever manuI I I BuIck C. H. DD R 13:I, PUT 1940 .-or sedsn. I BASE :
17-92. Block bulldlns with I N. 315 I
u I .siji. 1(ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL Lan.closeIn I' factored during the 54 years we have j: Orange A.. 40 ater Reasonable. See at I .
living aartera.: stock: license; lls- m. call 4641.irS. Harwood Ave. J
t. wrt..lII site. for NEED QUICKLY Get it hereon been In business. It consists of Cal- I -
tares MeLearn's Grill and Bar.BUSINESS ''
$4 **. TIM I tourist SII.bl .tore"j .110 own security. Florida I endan. Fans both folding and mod- GOOD Caiij''' PACKARD-1941 "110" 4 door. Good -

,s a ISr. LISTINGS' NEEDED=SeeHarlow -Property c.bln now haa some improvements. Credit ..21 W. Pin. 1st stairway I i era pictorial and 81.ltr j ever bfor. Cash condlUt sood tires. SI OOO. Phone O
.. **4 frattk Meow* o. Fredrick.: "Business This Is a wonderful : east of Grand Theatre. i i'I Immediately any ..le. Martia'a :, I : -_ .

S -.i *es.. wttal lie4ewartrs.w tip if. Oranse. tunity for home. investment .oppr I I' And U offers ne.pton.UJ good op.portunltles Used Cars. 101 N. 8409.DONT I i i PACKARD 1937 radio beater. Price I .

S4I..4. *.***. come. Call 2-O642. Ak for Mr. Ferreola 63. Mortgage Loans who is I SELL '01 less than ". will I I I new paint Job. A good barsaia. 6O6 '
ea4 ar e 4. S$. Out-of-State Property_ I to show. Ohio. Real 'I smbitious. 5. If you are interested.Pleate pay. GS an yon can for your old Smith St.. 4 t 7 p m. C. J.
ea frwis.Ml I.
M J j Immediately for our
Estate. 108 LOANS To build car the setting I 1
HOME p..reh..1
lit** (e4WM OAKDD1ER. MAINE-Furnished cot- 8 Coun and repair. prolto. Shop around then sell S .u.oe. 'PONTACl4 4-door .d..1941 Ex PLUMBING :
C 0v .. ,... on pleaaaat pond for sale. 3 rdln.ne 'I many others hsve done. condit.. -
8-14 OlBwn4af. bedrooms upstairs flush toilet 127: [ RETAUR-ubllrb. Pasta 40 I II ice. Rdllce costs. Complete plan Illinois. Crntrl P1cc.Idaitotora. Cub Coupe. 199 8. C. Motors. EAST !
: I including plans I I U O. C. Company. Paris P. B. P15.2-2424.: 1
< crosses $3000 I .nke .1.11. L .. N. 4644.
feet oa water with sood boat: spring prol. 5 Or.n. ,
water In I kitchen, electric lights. 4bath pr month Low rent excellent leesI bOI.e moeL I PLYMOUTH 194O : sedan. .
I I-o
I I stalls lars. lovely I $8000. See Mr. Folsora ter Part Federal w GIVE top dollar for 80 Priced to seU.
ander porch to.
I I lat I i
224 Park Ave. Cna.1 Plrd. -
--. .4.. "--s4a ..,. fireplace. hardwood floors: complete Harold Shepherd Realty Co. 20 Aan. WI..r WI.-I I II I I Motors. Jefferson ad G.rlld d.l I
fr 4000. Writ to P. O. Box E. Washington St. Phone 61 24. mode cars. Before 0 sell see I 2-2424. LOANS

.. .. V,_ *13. Gardiner. Maine.CO. RESTAIJRANT-Close'' in. 13.0-!, LOANS on all types of property: ; Jim I PLYMOUTH :3-door sedsn. -
or short terms: low rate: Immediate Jernlsan Und Cars 600 W. 194
I CentraL ..
.=:. =.:: Bustneas" Opportunities b.nde. M.I. DI'S with Herman service. Harlow O. rr..dll 11$ : SPECIALTY SLSMN sewing- To a I 1. $1095.motor Weekend less special.th.1t 00

": se.,.? I I Goodwin. ; 477 X. Orange N. Orang A. Phone $11. !I chines.vacuum Good clen.hours.ne.d.qu.t salary ,' mi., .. 615 N. Orange; $597 Borrow _
Ave. 88S5 I
I7Weoa or
commission STUDEBAKER 1942 Chsm-
and Cruising

If. ..**.. an rear... ANTIQUES\.. sickness AND owner OWl must. SHOP sacrifice-Dua wonderful in blllne. INTEREST RATES AS LOW AS 4* Ferguson. S.n Roebuck.pn.MI" : ON-THE-SPOT dean, used cars.CASH Jim PAID Cumble for .o. I i plon ad.n. $1250. Harley. W.c CALL : _

for Inventory prtca. of merchandise.. i I f 0'o the business district. Grosses $70.- on Impro.e properties in Orlando SALESMAN-We have ..opening for I SSJgjf0"" Orange, Avenue. Phone .or. 615 Or.n. 8o97.COIN' _ _ THE
A 'c: rW Win pay for Itself in :2 reara. For 000.00. Purchase price of $20.000 and Winteart No Irokera. an outstanding sales promotionman. ON VACATION for a few I
.n.aa. AM.I I' emails and further particulars. see I I 1 will be esrned in first yesr. Long Bettes . ,. who is a producer. Exceptional I weeks. Clyde Oof. 424 HuxheyCourt THE CASH!
) s t. winter i Oil Rasmosen with CaTenaush.altars. lease. with Clyde McKeniie Wabl.tl St. Phone 8513. current and future ..rD. for DO.VT ROUGH CARS. but 'f win take r of 8r busmen I .
: It. 4 Wsshinston Arcade. i.' 104 belu.IY. Call I. the mao we select. Give I yon BRIO sood. clean car. *e will while I'm away. J. R. 33 E. Tel Get cash ... -

Phone UOI.AUTO i :2-4775. C.nt.L, .. M.. Z.mn WANTED Private party to Invest'' In first letter. Box 240' 8ta. I pay top snot cssh. R. S. Evans phone Robinson. _ _ _ _ j I *. Ante or '.. _-
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IF YOU are InterestedIn 4771 or 5296. AUCTION EVERY TUESDAY l-OO i I
...' -. .0 ... 4aB4 1ai I COURTS. CABINS. Cafes. OMStattoa. I RJAI. MARE-D.atwa livingquarters. GotI -- 1 1I I growing$10.000 at. .o Inten.In security.a good :I II CA lEU.. product with' : p m. 20O to 400 automobiles and '

.. ... .*.**.. OMUkM .enati Hotels. JUiorts. Repair .'. Only.132 11.. Georse Box 221 6-fitar. I II I unlimited earning possibilities call GET TOP CASH for your ear trucks. From the cheapest to the best. _
*. offle. Sb.... Stores. New V2-pss. timessoney I Painter with Peter. Realtor, 70.I I :2-4172. regardless of PRIC model. Used We had our largest sale last Tuesdsy. GFC LOAN
......*&.. ... savins Business Cstslof. desert A.br WANEm.U mortgage on mod I MAKE EASY MONEY-Selling Car Exchanse. 219 W. Washington We arc"selling lots of good cars I
: 1 faea _
i App Panl *** over MO eutstandinx values I C.trl 2781.TAURTWI ,I bll1l. Free and clear insured I line $1 boxes Christmss cad. St. Pfrone 2-2882. I for private owners. We are selling lots 71 .
,M Vans* A**. 32 States. Mailed free. "Since 18OOI.Sirovt I rent so de.t psrty. Box ststlonery. 1$ bsrgaln assortments D. of new c.r.It 1..than a thousaadmiles I I..S .
...... ... In -.It.. Dept. B. 31SH W. Deck 248 r.WANTED$7500. up to 100% profit. Write for card VANE IO. wants to buy your on Remember. any on* I
.. Cvtoatat Dr. P. O. Box 3583. Orlando. ant and Cocktail Lounge at the InnPford i it Leader o. .ppro..L and :offer.Dept. 'Ito trct .and. will pay top I can buy or .I in this sale. Don't I
$1 D. .,
Municipal Air Port. This locaItion on first mortgsgeon 'prn. Varner I
Imcdl.tr chest Ooff
Be Automobile
... Pt._ A.. F'. II, B..t IIt..dl.. 320 .. and 8 Ic .0Ir.l. h.
Is the fastest coming recreational well located business property.Psysbla 111. Sale "'c. .. .
-- _. - bu. SI BUBINCM OPPORTUNITY' Hourteklns -t industrial area in Central Flor- I three Box Fifth An.. I. ._ _ _ I Central '_2-3353. 23C Lkel.nd. P. C
PII I .. .. .. .... a. suburban. seneral merchandise mODtb ..r. 50
s8Iu4 '| Ida. See. R. H. Browning. Airport 257 -! Make $25 selling SPOT CASH PAID.for your 76. Trailers-Trucks for Sale '
S. store located on Hlabway 441 at j I Manager Caofor&MunlcipaLAirPort. i ii I boxes 21 for $1 Xmas csrds. Also I, See ". C. McKeilar. Your.acu. I OPEN .
,.* .... _. of it. busiest Intersection points.Maklns I 50 and 25 for $1 embossed with nsmeon. 342 N.
Orange Ave.
SuIng Phone
and BUT OR BUILD horn Why
RESTAURANT statlon your own n.lu" ,
fin. earnings it will out do AUTO-CAR-1546 tractor
,. pay Samples on approval. Merit. 70William
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-- ins $ netPrice.. $3000 I II pay Use the Reduction 114. C.0-T 194 .
better than almost anything j Dr.c with .I ... Cadillas 4
_.._ .. on our 73 16. nnt 41. Newark' 2. N. J. < .b. 1947 I
a. Ir.b. .
.. Federal S DpS. _
cssh Plan. GET
CASH IN 5 Imake
.._ tS.. at lot. Call Peter Preen with O'HarraMor ,11 .. S. Fnt MINUTES Any : Ford sleeper c.b. 2-ped rest 1948 Ford .." I
pstS.s soEast
I Roper and Savings and
*. :2-O834. 109 1. Pine. R.at C.ch M.I L. Asl.ton. or modeL Starling-Alexander end. auxiliary transmission. 90Ox20tlies. .
.. .. .. I Agencies
"" 0. N.A | I Pine at Employment I IIIROW'S 501 Orange Ave. Phone 1946 Ford -f
2-343. Motor $000 miles. 1946 32 Pruehauftsndera
,.-. . ....1\... 11 1aM BAR AND GRILL-A money maker Weekdays 8-2.: esturdays I. I'
'. IIi tr oaly S6.0OO 00. in one RESTAURANT and soda fountain. I' 11. 11. I ,17. axle trailer fully refrigerated. 1842 Willys $- .
.f the best L.t Equipment - Would you like your own business; EMPLYE. AGEC 1943 30 Fruehauf trailer fully retrl'.j O941 Chevrolet
pt. I II have one I will lease. Bring $70O. I I These .units in
u4*$ V11hIId_ dry Ileud.. two l.n, . elrtr\1 Business already ..t.blbe. do I, REAL ESTATE LOANS' Low ell I I work want come 51 6326.) W. Central. I you I I I WE NEE CLEAN CARS-Pay top .ted trot.bou&Conta.S e.cl..ns. K 1941 Plymouth _
emplt Itch.n. Bu' ._. To buy. build b.lp c'l Colder. Atlantic .
or Motors. 1239 East
pl1c. A.
s* presently rel.nc.
Or lua.e. ColOn.1 1S41 DeSoto
I $ _own* via l. { enutty. 2421 I and business TrustDepartment I Daytona Beach. _
Good lone lesse Including aa dl.p. U. s prpn. Dr'v. ,1.
69. Work Wanted Female Ph 2-353
I S. S % 5S7SM of Bank -
Ii ... (5* 4 44. .r'a Call LorraIne Hofm.. i'Kllb 1' I.Uona ii-p TRUCKS-Four. ALL .. .
____ : at .
.U Cd. for an &i SELP SERVICE AND Meat marketOne Orl.ne. f.W APT. HOUSE MANAGER Wanted by Stmp.o. I.I
II vam 4ISat$ turs&i.d W. Central: :I-U' I of Orlando's Inet located in I Experienced. GOOD CAN late model car ..nt I Phon '649.

i ., N $ $4. PuP. BAR-PACKAOK STORE year lea I one Equippedfully I 13500 silt edge first i ..I 1<1..nd. ref..oma.. ... Ph. 4155. i iI ed cuh Private party. CH 1.ton stake anl .
'I4 W1s4.c Pats at I7S per Xicellent ... I, lt.htb'best equipment. Last mortssso. With 6Interest.. Secured I f 2-477. i VRL-111. .

4- '- Pea lit MAl awaa a.* .U montb purchaser.. i i 1 .a.a .ro 12 2.o.00. .Sal by good resident. Recently I PRACTICAL 0 ardena. off . Hnt.. 8..nl C _
I $$ . Prtre. 5$ pi.01.Inventory. No prl. of $30.000.00 Jr. : lowI purchased at price of Reliable I 18KPon. :2-2508. : 7$. Used Cars for Sale I I ..
I this well established : I ISm rR1 i37-io'CtudoiaL N.
".a Information. See Mr. Folsora .lu.ne. parties will pay lOn; at 5
_,g wok Harold Shepherd. Stock and fixtures worth mich Hutchlns Broker Or- SHORT ORDER COOK-Fl-at BUICKS-1941. Have two to choose .
r.th Iv.p.vt R.ltor. 2 tOi C.. SHI Delaney St. Sunday.ORDi935 .
with Clyde McKenzie
1. Waihlniton.BCSIITE88 Ltd "elll' 2-0583. I Rre.nc. Phone :I-t'311. I from. red sedanette and one I -
..v1 e5 0v.l.AM Broke. 104 W. Central. Call green ; sedan. Take your pick.Olio's I ? Tudor. rood tires and

Uu L.a since 2-7.,3 'Pllntm..nt.BADWICH 64. Help Wanted-Female .f 70. Work Wanted-Male !I Cars. 242 N. Oranse. 2- motor. new paint Jl Price. $395. .
OPPORT Old 4814. for .
120. 45 W. SHOP- .t.bl.hed I Ibll.I. C.I 2-41 _
: Central. 2-10'. Rm. I. Ill health r"e ow.er CASHIER- Attractive. pleating per- I I CARPENTRY-Building. csblnets re- BUICK-194 Roadmaster I FORD-1947 Stake Body with removable -
to .. Contact J. M. Robeson. 1317Slllh sonallty. for tics Box 264 I pairs. No lob to small nor too like new. 3150. Harley Wadaaortb..d.neUe. 6* sides radio signal
Blvd. Pb. $206. .t.ne I, .. Phone 2-6242 or : tights. Less 8.000 miles. $1.70000 1(47 _
Its N. .
Orange Ave. 8597.
k. e.4 hasis tsNtSI new I S-ta. .
aUt PAJR "ulp SUPER MARKET Ideally MARRIED 26. desires Job cash Call 231 W. Winter Radio .
.. lo.ted. sed' M. 8chmldt
4 .sSMI P15.C. MN. BUICK 1942 Roadmaster
E.e.I' Ioc.Uo. Ba.a.'M .. COOK For only mile
. A Allison. Ample parking space. .tok E"pnenced as or Chevrolet I tery Itan. $1695. I
.. .ul . 7813. Rar. and l.tu. 3-year lease with option family. .. prl..1 mechanic. Eight rears experience .' .orth N. Or.nu.ial.. W.d P.rt.TRUC 1940. Long wheel 1947 CADILLAC _.
3 to for quick sale. For i cellent pay. Box 273 SStar.dlRL truck driver; three years experience '' 11 b. condition. 753 Floral matte
I .sI ,. I'aS Is( DIUV.1-RJSTAURI- 3-year details call Louis S. Dolive. Broker. OR WOMAN for filing general as mechanic. 2635 E. Jefferson. I I BUICK 1941 Super Sedan New Dr. S848. < .
.-a u-a.. 4.4 A,., ft..esasa. of etiuipmeat. 27 W. Washington. 8412. weekly. Box 2 I motor driven less than 10.000 practically .
.25 utility duty $25
\ '- al 0..r- .. ..or. plus 2 1.NL S-Star. >I FPCEil-r8r I miles. $1595. Harley 615NJDrsnse. FRlIU IV, ton stake body __ _
5 S* 54 WI. D. P.ijs laa 0 Purnlihed. I3S a TOURIST COURT-ia .1' R..o I 8597. W.dwortJ trct. ., tires cab and readyto 141 PACR. .
= __ S2SOO Rnt. 59 8 rant and 5-room 5 t& HOUSEKEEPER &ttlO white cancers near Orlando. B. A. degree I I .. Oln'. Used Cars. 142 N. Carland. .ar.lte.d I _
U. O. on River and S. . Live In. from Williams College I and from Auditing BUICK-l93stsdor.. A-l condition. .
frnt. Ind.. I ICoup.
( b.& I., .. .om.a f.m. Ph I Third house east of 2.34. 14
c h balance ." school. 25 rears PiD i iIU
N's b.4 $ CLKANDia ESTABLISHMENT $150 123. Mr. Potter wIth selling purchasing n.t: d dcopn. Cheney Highway. FORlUl H ton pick-up. Drive it < .. .
CLERK-Must be experiencedin I . buy it. Olln's Used Cars
0ss Th.S. A Close center of
evalpped. Herman Broker 477 .
; office executive work. Owncar Like Phone 17M. PACKARD
..4 S...... Mi. IM.p town.Gardner. t N. GowIc.; 1. general department, .tre.. related SalesIn I and home. Married and havefamily. :, BU1CK-4.. lew.. I 112 N. Oal.nd. ::1.34. drive and .
_. Real 2* South Court Ldle.-R.d.-ToWu Box 254 I G. M. C. 1940 panels good
St : dial : PAR-Abslllt.l. the b.t Iema. I"Qlllr L.bu. Bargain Store 8-Sta. I 14 R.dm.ste custom tires splendid. condition. 1941 CADILLAC I
:1-41. buy in .. I
.. :i 29 sedsn. : for
ConientiL PRPERATOR r cxI I S _
mte. 15
1947 Will ten or trade for good
f full OP- T. .
George Painter with I! Available information.CHEVROLET. I
... aMss.a 5RiAllO PLI-II UI: Pete SECRETARY-$150 per month. 10 I I I used car. 500 East Amelia. 1939 |
.I. e Realtor. 70 E. Central: 20788. In September. State salary and housing I BtTIC _
months. New position all replies 1936 2-aoor sedan.
4* aa S. I Star i I HOUSE TRAILER Aluminum 2115. '
Don Mount ,
t.... ..u-a. PaIII1A1IN$4 doeapresslns. 4 BUSY CAFE9-Ideal Orl.ndoWI. eonfidentiai.Wrlte Sue 265 B-ta. 1.. .tu.Uo. P Radio heater perfect condition.Olln's. i Butane gag stove fully equipped I These can told I
: DRY CUANINO AOENC-A' ter Park : leases: doing & I.I Inc.. 142 N. Garland. 2-4347. _
lo.tln .o SECRETARY-Expertenced. Excellent sleeps four electric brakes. Jackson Wt I
S 4320)In..I.ndld I.ton. .o fine 11.lnc. Remember working conditions. Unusual oppor PAn AND BODY WORK-Perma-I BUICKS-As well as other makes. Body Works. 308 S. H us hey.I .n. par :

j jI jis I .1.- Wbtn..a7 'I.nc.d.81e.1 Realty I the while busy season l near-so act quickly from S..I.for qualified person. Call WIn car dealer resident as de.lre job with new 'IC llec Orange Bucl Co I HOUSE TRAILER-1942-Indisn 25 : -
prices law. or J. C.
'ore. I H. N.
Pl..a 2131. write Florida I m.a..e .
.r or
., Bids. I Ro. R I
C* K.u.1 $3.300 to $ 1$ years . or percentage. D.n ft. 3 room new gas ransette. ,
; some I 6pm. call 4646.i I
Gold Lake upl1.nc.
Corp. Pla. '
.lb tr. ;
u .ts .4S..M I.U. 5 competent ..I..m. to serve Cltr. Alrrd. K. Dn.blle 429 Avalon I W. Bell a Frisch's Camp L.b..r". YOUR : ___
W. si.4 15s S TEN Receptionist. BANTAM 193S convertible; new
DRUG STORK Local** center you at any time; nol J. ORPHE- Furnished.
1 eSM IA K Cilia bvlaa _UO. ia eood small o P. Mattox Broker._ 145 obll.Uon.. 1.011. 1 Mast In .bort.nd II..d.REGISTERED Real Estate Salesman. I paint good running condition. $300. HOUSETRAIRS.lnorm.tlll call 142 N. Orange ,: -___. .
1 4 W Rex-McGill. 128 N. Orange I Phone_8291.I .
.a U East Co. Corner lot with GOOD OPPORTUNITY for one or two I I lifetime selling experience in 5I !j' 2-3872.
i I
block :I SEWING c" I CHRYSLER Royal in good condition. _..
,4 .a young men to operate a business of Mcnj'OP T i rled lines but new in real estate. HOUSE TRAILER -
AU new fixtare soda fOllt.1 you snake and take aupervision and appreciate assistance. Phone owner at 2-31 alter screened porch. Butane F.tt
,_ e ciat.. ranch counts fin stock .r. :: Tanks, all equipment pay; .daya a week. Bus transpor Local home owner 5:30.: 3546 Plnetree . 4. $ ..Ien; _._
I S.,... 11.1$41L eoewUc and aundrles. B... :osDtc" .. and tanks ready taoa congenial ,"rovndlnu. Com L..model high srad car. r.ld.nt SI. EVRL 111 il.eWd. Acre so- lot 1.10.0. C.rol Tr.ter___Pat_ I
srwasias better than 430.OOO per ye r.DM be well on 100 to work. Sunoytown No. 268 8-8tsr. Used 15. 4. .'-__.
=: t It.l.d. I.td .aulppd. 0In' INDIAN 1. sleeps Lr'Q
I I. Illiwu owner will sacrifice for fa lot. 8b.'n. .. will Plant Casselberry. P.. EXPERIENCED ADVERTISING MANwants Cars. 24 N. 281. Extra .PASEli. Good .
5.4 11.4 a wilL 0..'*. III too. Unas 110.0 cash II.llle for Itself In.1 WAITRESS 6-day week. Good I .lne.for car. _
mar $6OO cash
i to locate in Florid Capable condition. or
CADIcPle.t.-i:: Srd.
laM rraased. Price hlud.real months. All for $4.500 with s.r.Par wages. BrIng health card. Applyto handling advertising department. ) 2900 Fairbanks Ave.INTERNATIONALPsnet.
: So Mr. UU. SheoherdD full det'll call Peter .Itl, WtU..R.t.u.n" 126 W. Rob- I omple. ., W. Church8t.
elNrl.nc.lneudlnc _ _ _
>alty E. Washlnston 86. O 109 E. Pine. .. b.1 tO
'' .:r........ .c:: H.r.-Kr._offce 2-23. In..n A. and masastne..; direct. .p..r.mall dealeri CADILLAC-1940. Cleanest in .ow. !' at 1028 West ; MERCURY- -
I 1 WAI8P 10d. o..td. See U to appreciate. e7n
.. .... AsSi lISa KZCLCSITKI Establish your OW p.m. . i helps displays etc.. both industrial I JS trailer. Nice and .
Hour Sunday weekdays after 2422
t 1 or S.
=psia..... ....... ... baataesa with Cola Operated I Apply in person. Joel T. III Rea-I sod con.llm..r. Directed sdvertlslng hormosa.CHEVROLET. I i I re-enforced to handle .
,s.s Iia, I RadMe. RuSh profitable. Steady In- SUBURBAN BA. Cafe pool room taurant.. 2998 Kuhl A. production for one of largest major ..L I heavy.load. 1947 tag. $173. 800 East ch.nlcly .
-- --- a.$45 IS each by purchase of grocery store. 175 ft. Hi- appliance manufacturers for over six 1941 Special Deluxt. Amelia. tie .---non.-

.... W. .... IaIa. I 1$. P. O. Bee ill. N.. Birminshant 7. way frontsse with living quarters.. | POSITIONS for beauticians.that pay good Let are us teach plentiful Tears.. Now Production Manaser with The. cleanest. Chevrolet in Orlando.$12oO. STREAM HOUSE TRAILER .

.. ... .- i Ala W.I established. profitable business. !! you. Florida Beauty Collese. Jaekson- sgenry on large consumer .ccount .Harley 8593.CIIEYROLET1941. W.d..ort 415 I.Or.nu. Rr.en.ble. excellent cond.to.. FORD-1941 .

U' -a ..-"' gUSTIS Liquor beer and wine. 'U.O. trm. j ville. Florida._ _ _ _ _ __ Soc 123. Winter Haven. 863 Orn. : 2-2488 from .". .._
n.-., .'" Stock aId futures Modern build- I 1 EXECUTIVE TYPE young Suburban. Seal SPARTAN-Choice everyone who an .
_,u-Ia $.o I II baa end daar hall. Additional Urlnsartera. Call our Altamonte Springs office. I i I MORRISON'S' attractive CAFRI-W.nt. years old. married and ntP I clean. Ollns Used Cars. 142 N.Garland I wants the best. I:now at Prank very practical t S _.

s.ia. 1-4454. .. acrease which has .n.le.' Park Homer 1394.Hllchl'N..I.Beech. Kan..e Winter I| tens training. High ca. Orlando college. background automotive : 2-4347. Reed Trailer . If. Oranse I nation unit .

..... t* nt lads. possibilities. Ter.. 111 X. required.. Paid ... .hol hospltalisatloa -tl I wholesale retail and finsnrees-! cHvRiEr-1938 2 do I Blossom TraiL8CHULT.24.
., .... ....- Kenneth 8 Copeland with B. Robinson dial Rnltor. > for..Uon employes. t' perience. also professional collection 131'. Chevrolet '. Sleeps 4. $895. .
I M.alley. i.il S. ... 71$. 337 ; 2371. Slr.." App i experience bondable. desirous of a. J. B. C. Motors. $50 Trailer P.'t DODGE 1939
... .. .. -- a-u I 1 .u Pb | Mr. ,. j l j Jackson. Sunny South -- -
I .._ ..
Whit PARR.IAR'- -"h h. I N. Or.I. 4644. South Orn.e Blossom TraiL I and other ._.,.
i"" iiu=r.;& GROCERY fixtures and incaekandI. I I chances for advancement are based CHRYSLER- convertible. Aneutotanding and
Wanted Male
Help home
.... ..._we ... must sell at onced plete Stock and BUSINEoa I 65 on the Individual .blt,. Box 262. ca. like new thro.bto. where you want It. Buy now ..SP.nt clean toulhut ... _
A au-ia.. a- ,. w.. WUllne to sacrifice full eQIIIm.nS O.For ACCORDIAN-PIANO 8-Star. .." May be seen at 636 Pak Lake Reed Trailer Sales, 201 N. I
., .. Infor1 t 12 PLY o Ave. between 4 ,
r- .ane Snares Per other form of J, and g p.m. TrsIl.SPAI1TANEnetneered. .
..!!.i- 1 Macy street. I Blo.OI | -
stlonphono 4742. 71. Airplane Sales and Service '
Ranch. 16 B. Atlantic j i lk33Master Tudor. Airliner
T. Tow A. like an -
WANTED TO BUY-Direct from owner CHEROL _
I GROCERY and meat Mustsell 9277. Daytona B..b. I I Reasonable. Bids. for lifetime at service. Saveon Wo sean _
A! W. "we u-a. m.rt. I neighborhood grocery store and lR a
saint Call Sun. BCI2D TCRAPT 146. new tires. I 24. Apt. 4. Terrace X. South I like
I ... 4444i.. BOn home. Give location full description, I : brand new models. Frank Reed new. .
a .. -.-.. ha ... a1ISIL 't) E. Mm. price etc. Box 903. Eusti. Florida. good condition .one wing tsnk. re- St.'CHEVRLII.. Trailer Sales. 201 N. Oranse Bloesom good .

44lW1DR. .. GRILL and Restaurant. combln.toa I ACCOUNTANTOffice licensed M*", $1200 Must sell. C. M.Jsmieson. 1 2 door aedan. Trail. _ _ ___
Someone construc .
I Located of .. WAN .Itt Box 11. DLnd. P.
oa one to with or P'IS. rdio. e.el.fS motr. pickup. A real .
lnr. Phone 534. STEilERIU
errlenc. be $495. K. PLYMOUTH
manager must rated -
_. Boat heavily travelled intersections. without from $50OO to Za Maln. co.O.rle i: Today only. 513 A
-- --- .nlc. I and W. Amelia. .
ior capable of
. ,and.trt. .. trade.Orlando.CastIng Winter capacity Park 110.0 ..tablbe firm. Box I dung eprened.. of work and office "RNCA C-llrc..e. new deluxe | 2-5.1. !I w. Vltlnl. Dr._ _ _ _ _ Thoroughly
% a-id .. 1 sad &S L-liBe..h.'ln. A to tow I
force. Wide business painted
upholstery extra tank. DoctorS
.a.aaa-4 a. S. of .td SO-car parkins space I e.prne I new 1.,15. 1 know. Ifa the new 'I _
-....... ..*. Delaa I7.OOO. monthly business soda ia growing III and background lr. plane like new. 12.0. Box $26 1 K. and W. Motort. cor. Garland 70..1 r..r Save $767 oa new models.
real Is thebeat 12% per year. experience. Advance- Cocoa. Florida. i 2-0529. Sp.r.n. .
money-maker. CorprUol
"W.W s.aa. Thl Box I.283 15,0.1 opportunities. unlimited. Am.t. I Prnk R.d Trailer S.lea 201 N. Or- ,I PLYMOUTH- .
baaiaesa of Its' and w* 8ta.ASY I
54)5. TWIN ratings on Grumman ; DODGE-1939 sedan. $795. Blossom
t-o aver
iei.m M.d M at the low price of IN thrivin* city l this Phone ::1-51 for appointment. EI'I'OIB sea and I Your choice of two. both with new T.n. Mechanically _
Wld.cl 'ld. .
..... a...... 121 000. which ia practically the priceS Well e.t.blle I . . training. ltrmcat Analon i', paint and in good cnd.tlo.J. 8. C. I TRAILER: -6 ft. 12 easily ft. convert with sides to dependable and .
.. lute eaalpment. SeeOeo.. P. Brass ladies and children's "..d..tow.ar.A Country Club. Ph. Winter 113. Motors. 550 N. .. 4 ft. hub. lf I -a. S
5Ia- Orn. .
Rit. .... .al AliaS Realty Co. II E. C.ntrl :2-3155. real money price maker. Offered a inventory COOK. -Kisgimme.First cl.. Apply LloydsCafe. VULTEX BT-13-Excellent Condition. I DODGE-1936 .ed-u tlt4.. tires. Goodcondition. house tr.lr.A.nue: S165.OO.- .COlnOI.'J"ln.ton I.. ..,.. .

III N 0sasskw .pproJ.1 .14.5.Forced hr. sInce Major Overhaul. 30 i $ FairbanksAve. I si .
-: GROCERY-SUNDRY .1.S beyond sale i CARPENTER-First class finishing. 16. 3 ::1Rdio .. winter Park. i TRAII.ER.-Ptatl 1945: excellent conI We have many j .. I
city limits at very corner.Oroaalna I former home. See P. P. Wheeler withC. I 3 miles north of underpass .on way IUr.na., $175..e. tn.. I dillon: 25-ft.: 4 closets: sleeps 4.
I 14 OOO per month bl now. much B. Da\Realtor phone 2-1649.- 1 HIghway 17-92. next to Prairie Lake. 191 C.1 C.b.I DODGE-1942 2-door tourIng; excellent Awning Priced for quick sale. Walker. senting good .- ._.

Winter. Good leaw. Now IP YOU are looking for a good business Mad. i I condition. $1350. Harley lot 70 Carolina Moon T.ne PI. portation.D. .
Ia'. CARPENTER Two all round; 65 I
Wa a t 1946 CUB Special. Wadsworth. 615 N. Orange. 5557.I .
-S.. I tb-Pay Of.Wit the be sure to see Craig WIt; build low priced homes: .t.d T. PIE. 98 Total hrs.since TRATLER-New' and used American.
I .
$44 8u-u-s. 1,5$54.S .. IIlln. 1.. at I Hampton Broker we have gas Job for .orter. KIng New. Call DODGE-1939 l-p..en.e..P.R4 New :. Accessories. _
1 .o 11. M. dio I '
40. very low rental on a home across the tions garages hardware stores bo Co.. 141 Washington. Cabe. .1'5.. a one co .nPrleri stove parts. V .
i street. I77M 00 buys. business stork.futures tels chd'. clothing store .ne m'D i WANTED W. Motors cor. Oel.ne and ".eh. gas equip I Im.n& .
Only those who DI .
. and lease on both proprtl. 131 N. Orange. { DRIVER ,. familiar with 72. Antos-T rucks for Rent I 20529. etc. Anlne 8.1... __
"ol" O. FredriCk. Real Et. KR-iSWI'I'-Ae' you look- land streets will qualify. Apply o DE&OTO 1941 Convertible club Or.n. Trail U.S.. N'I: 234 W.
Dial .. coupe. Fully ..
d ..0 uILua. o.. 11. 1'1 : Mr. Howell. City Cab Co.HOUSEMANExperienced.. In- euppd.uar.nt! 1 2
CAR-RENTAL INC.-Hish grade K. and :
113 $. 29 and 34. .personable willing to prfeL cr. vacation across the I II.Uon Phe
work with sleeves roUed up. possessing With good _red cars by week or season toresponsible I.nt Amelia. 20529. JI'I'JQT YOU world's finest towins -
references. Well paid. Box 272 Can W.Livingston ,
people. 34
OROCERY AND MARE Direct excellent references and bbl I 11. DES To-li.i coupe; trailer. Spartan M.n" Save $823 O
fraas owner. $20.000. successful record of 8SI. .. new top; a demonstrator. P1nk Reed TrailerSales. .
asia.. 5.- Bos 274 la..I.. ployment since graduating from col- MEN OR WOMEN-Earl $5 to $10 VARNER U-DRE-I-Drt. 1 eicelU.it cndito.$1595. Harley 201 N. Orange Blossom Trail.

t.tse.& p.5. 4.l T. 51.r.OIRT.APAItTN" legef We lack .pc.lld experience daily Easy sales no. delivery. Call yourself; low 11. . W.d.worth la . ; 8597. ,I' Er1 A Spartan Manor is .lai See .
: for appointment. D. Vsrner U-Drtve-It. I 234 W. -
but. have well I bu l- :1-354 FORD-1937 Tudor. New paint good i th. riaht manner. New unit a. low .
l con n..background together with $10.- YOUNG MA for executive position Central Ave. Phone 2-315. condition. Can be seen at Cato's. $2562 Prank Reed Trailer Sales. _
S #. 0.. 11 5. OOO capital and desire to pareb.e who h.ndl sales of packing HERTZ DR.UJL SYSTEM Colonial and Garland. 2O881.wner. .201 N. Orange Blossom n.1 .
tlt "Udn. eon. active interest In established house and Preferably with Trucks for rent
market | 1.1 c.nnn. i WEIGHT. SOO*- '
lASS dot.t or will starting knowledge 232 by hour. day week. Low 37$ FORD V-1113 fOllr-r a.a 50-i LESS .
sa- iSi I apartments npatatra 10' colde I. groves 10s 8tl or r.t I a new Ppartan Manor. I
eUe.s .t.neb It
buII.. Al. equipment.. Just one with thoroughly e"pr.ncdm'l. N. O..e. phone 2-1. at 209 Hillside 8k Reasonable. s.0" at Frank Reed TrailerSales. 1,
Solo. #.a-S In thickly settled Imperative complete JIM 47 S i 201 N Orange Blossom Trail.TODAY'S .
4 .1. 1:1.5: lmi.. land. buUdtnckwsteaea. I. .__All "A held.1 strictest EXPERIENCED. MAN with car or. CMmREt d.,.. For j i 1
FORD' 1940 2-door touring.
and fixture. panel trek for Cleaning pickup week or month. Competitive rate. 1.N. 19115 S _,
u-a I aS all a.. Wi sell m.fb.ndl. .In. for $5000 THRIVING BUSINESS of II"I; I and delivery r..t.D. 0 prop I. Oriseedtal, :24521.OL1N8 Harley W.dwort$15 N.
a a-s.. Paul. .tv. lose ..r Harlow accessories and home tion for right man. DI..1 U-DRIVE Ff INC-New care 19' I BEST BUS
ISia 447! O Ptedrtck. Real a.. 11$ N. Or- Located In principal city of Central I I CI.ne. 310 8. Orange Bl for rent oy aay. week; or FORD-141 Super Deluxe reconditioned -I \
..... DIal $111.OROCERY Florida. Sale a Inventory fo cash. Trl Nor tape. 2 locations. mont: tbroushout. 1109 Hv1 104H.FORD Sportsman Club Coupe Better i .
N.-... Owner leaving .. Box 270 8-Star. I n. Ph. 2-4814. and 142 .. d'wo. 615 N. Orange. $597. w"l An outstanding car. Like I I'I'

Ni. ta.a, AND MEAT MARKET HERE IS A BUSY PRODUCE Marlt.t Garland. Ph. ::1.34. FORD-194$. 2 door sedan c. new. 40 1
a. Ma.aa.4 Located colored section. LocaMoa. doing volume business I| YOUNG MAN-Asa 22-26. single, to Ford-1940 :2-door sedan good 'I'' 1046 DODGE I
d a-.ia a. euia _I h fixtures and 1.1. location good tease. Speak to 1 make Insurance Invetlsationa. fo 73. Auto Service dition. $895. J. 8. C Motors 4JO N. 1948 PLYMOUTH 4 *x>r 1 1n .
aSa u-'a Cant be P. '1.5. M. SpieseL** Whitney Sptesel Realty CO..I national concern. At least Sigh I Orange. 4644. Excellent throughout. Low

d4Pu4$ W.'fM Pwtter with I.lton'0.....af Bide. 23389.S school edu..uoa ability to S.D. AUTO BRAKES $12.95: I coupe convertible. Less-

T .r._.BT7 N. Oranset Ph. 9855. GROCERY 8TORE filling a.Uoo need car. Fla. P. O. Boa 111.J..tan..I. Ford. Cberol.REIE. Pl.mo..th. Easy FORI4 10 mle Maroon fl 1941 CHEVROLET Special Deluxe 1946 FR .0

doing Iln...0. eme terms. Br.t. frel Great fully .. . Ideal car 4 door vedan. One owner ear. .
.t. c.t.d
si GROCERY AND VT MARKET living .... Ioc.tl fRT CLASS ASSEMBLERS wanted Southern Stores. 19:1: 1. Orange Ave.ALIGNMENT ; e.UO Martin's Used Cars. 101 N. j jMsln. i excellent condition. j Lw
sad Ia Pa. i j Owner has Int.t and good leases. Remember 'rec 8 per hour Must be ex Free inspection.Prompt $409. j I _
,*s V 6. *4.a. I mast sell this week repl.n busy season I near now p-e'e\ assembling citrus and I, repaIrs by ." meciianIca. Pall3 Tudor original .. r. 1936 FORD 4 door sedan New 1947 FR 2
while prices low. Prices S3.00O to No others needapply. j fine .
maSt yearly sew equipment costIng muhlon. A one-stop Oood- 3$ that I have bad. paint and upholstery Supr _
4a.m 1 14 so*. Cleaa. aalabie atock tnvea'toriM -- 1".5 some with tr. Act today- . Corpr.Un I years Service. 300 N. Orange. A.e.BtDJOB.llb. We will try to you. Martin's tires. __
at aboat 13.0. C.ntrl lo- .. J. .. Broker. ;' Lakeland. Fla. I Ii ; Used Cars. :1":1 B409. I I 1941
acted food 145 N. Main: 5809. > AUTO ;
baa a-all lu. < coupe. Maroon INC.
fare $3OOO cash Sales Help Wanted
Psi.S .n' tlilI j 66 balanced while wait. C. 1 7000 actual STAARD
Pu-I. u-SI you 'lb. 54 _
___-=__- --l .5S SJ.I aassrtaalty.lakes tt. Can a Ray 61. Bank Lan-"fnc i I BOYS -Over $5O week SeU name Prance A Sons. 1010 W. Church. 4!j I' Used. Cars.M 101 to eupp..pprel.N. Main. $409.It! Martin s 35 Orange Ave. Phone 2.4 car. .

5541. TaM S .Jo* O. Realtor. FIRST NATIONAL BSK tt.n for front doors. Write Mr. BRAKES REPAIRED- supply an I !
M..r pl.t I '
54)5. LnD.1 ment loan ..1.pr- W.r. 260_8tar.CHIT ._ _ ___ your auto needs; :tire*, gas I FORD-1947 4-doorsuper deluxe. | 1941 DODGE
Pia. 1- sonal loans auto loans sad s.l. .. 'I Very low milease: spring style. A I Ibeautiful I Perfect
for With ai D
SO $1.
ia p., auto makes .ppU.ac loans homeor South car. M.n. Used Cars j IMMEDIATE DELIVERY j
GROCERY eR.ln. *"ar' PitA 're. BI..S line W'1' 101 N. Msln. |I ._
business Improvement
.5 plaa .. lo.n. sells oa sight. _. BODY AND FENDER repairing 101. I 1940
._ n.meI
.I. rea. .
-a i i1t rreea* sell reasonable. 1201 loan*. GI loans on a plan printed Christmas folders. SO for $1. painting. Estimates .1.dl FORD-1940 an exceptional clean i it BUC
to save ,.0 money. 4th floor. Elevator Also show 22 fast-selling box aasortmenta Satisfaction y.ne. ca. to sell Used MIL i
St _ _ _. Open un. ..r.t.d. Pmee Ma'l sn "
Air Cars. Main.! '
conditone 234 W. : [ .
property. Bmc.. II. | including Christmas. R C.ntrl .Pb.n. :1-35 t t 411.
,.TIaa. sad OaiY..JATorlle Inventory. I. 1. i| ligioua. Humorous. Formal LUBRICATION $1 c... l.". Includes FORD 1947 dub Cop.Fully equipped ICE CRE t 1946
.5.5 _, SlaSs:1N. I Take an for ICSOO. -Th* Buyers Wrappings others. Sensational : check battery tires rad- 'I Driven Sb.1 100 miles. ton. Low
U N.U Opowrtanlty Broker." Rastinss. INSTALLMENT LOANS cost Jp',[ sell like wildfire at 1.8Oc. .. ator. clean windows and sweep carl I Can be seen at R E.n 400 N.
: toe. SIS E. Central Arcade>: Rl at first National Bank. $1 retail with a . profit Great Sthr Stores. 692 N. Or- Orange Ave. .
.23. these costs. When the I Ii on every aale. Start now. Experiencenot i i "
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FORD 1946 Perfect
.n.An. sedan. -
( 100. you get $ 93-Payments34 i 2-o CUSTARD 12 in
i needed. Send for free samples. throughout. Inc.. 142 MCHINE Yea te
$ 150. yon set 139-Payments 12 JO General Card 13 W. Jackson .tOMO bpr! N. Oh'.
1..11Ol i $ 20O yon set 116 -Paymenta 16.67 Blvd.. Dept. C 7. DLUDSmlEAns .nc ; prompt ln. '! Oal.ad. 2.34.LCOLUPYR191 Free balt
279-Payment. 2500 23. $1.- .D Hr. 220 W;
$ 300. you) set .o. .t. t prta. ac. .da. .'
Pal... Manor and Uaitland ; $ 400. yon set' 273P..ta 3. V.n.le Central O. 'a"or 615 N. Or- SUNSHINE SALES CO.

Pltnl. tip-top! 200 I' 800. you .. UPIDett 4.1 nut Bennett. Brokers 105 W. ; 2-35 Sole: $ 1.UNC 211 W.

a. s.si. ft. 001 MeSaS deep. 2 mod- 10 yon 8.C Plant St.. Winter Garden Fl. ZEPHYR-1937 3-passen- Exclusive State Distributors
era tnranhed eattasea 43 unIts t* monthly 1.m.nt 12 .atM. 73-1. Auto Prts-Accere Must. be sold 138 N.
reatt. II' 0.r_ Asher Peter.R Pat menu for IS are a. RAWLEIGH, DL at ones $ .r. cop.! Dr. &. 405 Hampton Street I
include life insurance city of several nearby FRONT END REPAIR now _
and ; PART .
*naf. ,
..I I P.u case of death. The First localities. Good opportunity. Write I available for .lmoS "fauto. LINCOLN ZZPHYR-1 38 sedan. AU ,'
1 2-1 National Bank at Orlando. floor. 1 1I at once. Rawleigh'a. Dept. Fls. ISO C. A. . n 1010 W.Church. : condition. ftarrlfic.i P.. O. Box 2818 T.mp. Florid i

I I 105. Memphis. T.t phone $111. 1otOI Park 2-20M. ri

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(CUiird trial Page 1] Low Prices' for Citrus Examined to Caldwell/ / / H I

s fr. I. ..t..... ......... "pplr" with only.about one
...... Sarap..t.a'. U sea.iw I m.nth'i supply "projected" for t
sM r.44.$ .*tWlt, J..tW >.... 1. based the ly JACK GURNETT ', curred early In February which !17 men with a sales service supervisor I r yielding an excellently flavored Co. a test is being made on rhe- ,, found It necear to taltaue .. ,
(... ........ UM.. .. of 1 on AprilMayaerrage [Our Own Stoff Correspondent] I destroyed a substantial proportion in charge of field activities. bottled single strength orange sus monkeys and preliminary results embargo for a period ftf s.t1 lrel a I
4 ttalllll. tt aad 're* Lurid >iA .. 70,000 cases con- LAKELAND-The 1946-47 cit- *i of the crop and there was a con-I These men operate in 11 geographical juice. On the basis of the results would indicate that thioureahas against the thipmmi of INOw t
'' '
aele. .i .* Ik* ,..... rus season was no exception to the sequent improvement in fruit' i divisions extending obtained a semi-commercial run no untoward effect on the fruit in fresh f fmm m utdigsil
Processors and trade specialists. rule that each year gives the industry prices." : ]from the Atlantic Coast to Oma- will be made in the next few monkey in the amount likely to forxannlnc. Althomh<< th* esgiw.
.ra.. ...,...*4 the opU- Including N llsen, have agreed different problems with The report cited the follow1 1 ha and from Central Canada to months to furnish material for a be encountered if it were used to tion was designed to I sea .f 0Wt torrent 14ed- ,, that it is good merchandising many obstacles thrown In the way in* as some of the suggestions 1 the Gulf of Mexico." sales demonstration to be con control citrus decay. zation of fruit for to..ilr =
.fcm. theft asktngIrse. ''practice to have about a two- of production and merchandising: offered-but on which no action I Market research took up some ducted by the commission. !J "In June. 1947. a project was the embargo period tatt. .
erM b..n" some months supply in all channels of i during; the period just closed the I I was taken: 1. The formation of i of the report: "Preliminary work was con- begun to study the use of citrus was carried to the Bt**.. seflr
r of lair tt1ad price distribution at all times- ven at'' j jth Florida Citrus Commission has officially o central marketing agencies. 2. I i "Specific market Information ducted on the pasteurization of juices in beverage bases. A special Court which held that tfcthortzlni tee ..
r ...... cordlnt' start of a new packing season. j j informed Gov Caldwell in Tightening of maturity and M required by the industry and concentrated citrus juices which consideration of this work will be such rml..,.... w.s _
.....,. and The consumer purchases of canned ]its annual report now on Its way I: grade standards. 3. Regulating > special surveys on various sub should be helpful in the design of the incorporation of both orange applicable. to caaoatg i
.--_ citrus Juices in the April-May \to Tallahassee. I f the volume of shipments< going 'I jects were handled by the sales pasteurizing: equipment. In cooperation and grapefruit juices in a distinctive |, "Several....... wftA
"MSMM period Neilsen reported were well | The commi ion's report said' to market. service representatives in addition wtth.,.the advertising department blended. base containing a In the tiers )... .by r0 1

MI hand in excess: of last year for the same I |that "low prices [for both canned' Here are some excerpts from to their regular promotional a 'program was developed high proportion of natural juice. Legislature. ... Nr f
... period but the 9 million cases total : j and fresh fruit were attributed the preamble to the commission I activities. which l led the Automatic "A project was placed at the ; co-. ra'4'd wells t0M
teal sect Mamedtroubl '
at retail was about 320,000 i to unusually heavy report: : Canteen Co., of Chicago to test New York Medical College to other lnd*trrUting c..ap.'b eael.e-
llsulltt e fir ..... enIH cases under the February-March : |fresh and canned citrus fruits aJ ,> "The commission utilized its re- | "Some of the projects in this frozen orange concentrate In their determine the relative effect of I the ai"At ...J. .1_ i
MN classification search for I
lesson. period. I K,competition from other fruits and sources to the limit to Improve : were various automatic vending machines. I orange juice and synthetic ascorbic the rgVest nf .......
...--- demand types of juice dispensers, i acid the nutritional the o--I-. cil .
v. t'Y.v. thatroe' There is continuing slow trend J Juices." I the for citrus fruits and "Extensive experiments were on group
.****? of It Mil- on grapefruit* juice. Neilsen says i< Pointing out that many remedial i products. Efforts in the early Fall !concentrate survey school lunch conducted on the canning of tangenne I health of children. The inci- industry MM ftC set .Nsa

% ** es *... 1, e*.ld with retail sales about 17 percent > measures were d i s cju sse d II I were concentrated on moving the I of program display survey stand on possible trade use I Juice. It now seems well) I dense of allergy to orange juiceamong consider chases a dw ;:
.M ....wa.a under last on the heels *throughout the industry with large supplies of juice carried over : survey on established that our method of children is also being In- standard for fresh rntrw
year reaction to different
-ol fee p*... *l la.. .... of six and eight cent drops in'' :many meetings the report said I from the 1945-46 season. Special calculators] types of cost I'simultaneously pasteurizing de- v stl ated. I IA special Industry res.IMIM ter
.* . e>.....c Mart ....ar the preceding two-bi-monthly per report I i'"but before anything concrete promotions and step-up campaigns outstanding publicity fresh information citrus I'I oiling and de-aerating leads to a "The research director was appointed to stud) .... gI....
.. ... fiitie. ea.tat sr..a. periods. Sales for April-May 'could be done a severe freeze ocI I were staged as the season on merchandising ', quite acceptable canned tangerine called upon numerous times dur- aDd. report tu ,J
progressed. Probably the most out- promotions, survey on juice. The principle involved has ing the past year to address scien- to the comomim*. ssla..
.. 2 J80.000 I I'
.i.a -.M.bvt. were cases compared I standing occurrence: of the past !organization extracting and distributing been incorporated into the equipment tific and business club meetingsboth ,, mendatioiHconsidered a.. agl./ary _
"II ilgshellsed *tp.fruU with 2.740000 cases a year ago. ,cases of blended Juice as against i season was the tremendous volume fresh Juice survey on ;: offered the canners by at outside and within the State. at a itrtlflliej tfpii. .
IMP ..., Miter .f This I Is the lowest bi-monthly sales 12,900,000'Cases the previous sea- i of canned citrus juices consumed i'distribution and sales turnover of I least two equipment manufacturers ,, THREE Citrus commission report The eotnmttte rsc eses 11
-._ ..... War Or- volume recorded: in the 19 months < frozen tangerine sections and''
son.The by the American public. and several plants in the "The commission continued to the coraMaatloB rradr (or
w (.sal poa141oarrtnt the service has been in effect. : answer to the rapid move- I canned tangerine juice. in .
j This was attributed in a large State operated under these condi- engage a rather wide range of be revised to rouii a
..... up fast Mhile grapefruit Juice took a 'I I ment of orange juice into the 'i measure to the low level of prices. "The several publicity functions tions during the past season. activities for the purpose of being of 50 per cent U ... 4er
t IIpa ft to tndiMpptl n* edive. blended juice was on hands of the consumers is the low [ "Conditions in the 1946-47 sea- of the commission were continued 'helpful to the citrus Industry. In certain chr.... 1st
iii I ** *f the elevator-going up. Sales of retail prices the report says. in I son served to emphasize the need during the 1946-47 season. These "The experimental work on addition to handling the regu\a-\ for color. 'T'a: .
10 *. COlUUtU :' IhU fmmodltr were the highest effect. The two-months volume I IApriIMayl | for improving the industry's mar- fall into three classsiflcatlons orange juice was largely confined tory and functional matters spe- proved the p.mrecommeMed d ___
MB Ol aMMal tin April-May] ever recorded ( of 3.340.000 cases' keting machinery and developing each with a distinct and impor- to attempts to find the cifically provided by the citrus I* tn* O I

oonr w about tb. 1...*,... eases which were sold at retail is 49 per cent above ,i new outlets for citrus fruits if the tant function. They are consumer best way to process certain varieties I laws, the commission;: in line with of AcrteuMur Uw r.
cawtu.fomu.iclS4 ...Id at retail being just 25 per purchases during the same period i increasingly larger crops are to pictorial and intra-state. of early oranges."In : its policy in the past, called sev- the U. 6chance srd. .laaidarda !
rent higher than year ago, and last year. It is Just a bit off from |Abe marketed at reasonable grower "The co-operative agreement i September, 1946, work was eral meetings at the request of Industry were ... by. Ire
Mat total for S3 per rent above the February- the sales for the FebruaryMarchperiod prices. The commission authorized I with this agency of the U. S. 'begun to compile and analyze all leaders to consider various partment early &a 10,

statdo .. only a March Index. which set a record. ,I several projects designed to be of Department of Agriculture was {i: existing data pertaining to the matters affecting the Industry, ")tie committee wa sttrar r
cnd.t the Mrs. Housewife continued to get I, Retailers' have drastically cut assistance to the industry. These ,, continued during the past year 'j, maturity of Florida citrus fruits. co-operated in formulating a l leg continue its studies Md lethe
-tae ......ted at her their stocks of orange and blended : included Ill a world-wide survey Three chemists continued workon The 15,881 maturity tests made islative program, and represented 194C-4T MOMO Med
r ititlat_0 top flight of canned bargains citrus on fruits purchases in'- juices-and to some extent their of the potential export market, the concentrating and processing by the State inspectors on oranges i the industry in several matters further chon. **.. i M till

......... that orMI the period. Neilsen holdings of grapefruit juice as (! ((21 a test on the salability of bot- I of citrus juices while representing the 8.355.515 necessitating meetings with Gov- requirement for bom ere V
-- MM our be tnto MbL There April-May but noticeable compared to the same period of.' tled orange juice reconstitutedfrom two were concerned with the boxes shipped to Dec. 15. 1946. ernment officials in Washington."As No. 2 and Cn.tIMMttM -
was slight -
***** M .. proto hike in wholesale a and retailprices i 1946. Here's how the retailers "on frozen orange concentrate I treatment of cannery wastes to I were compiled by varieties sizes a result of a severe freeze and chan... in Uvquirementu rMM.Y J
yield usable
s t.l underway for and blended hand" stacked up as of the last 1| and single strength citrus Juice In by-products. 'I and week of shipment and reduced early in February the commission, for prewtrrwp' .
M .... Ml. Novemmmtr- but the orange continued report period; with the figures for ;,, six-ounce cans and ((31) researchfor "During the past year this work to averages Similar data for the first time in several years. A Quality Juice fee Ots
juice price 0
iA ...... .. lower than this year given first, followed by developing suitable beveragebase was largely confined to for the 1945-46 season are in - - -
substantially a year ing with various co-operat-I'I
.I .want the 1946 totals: grapefruit Juice. for blended orange and preparation.
..0. There was no change in plants in the State.
"Twenty thousand of the
>> 3 million and 31-2 million grapefruit juices. copies .1
v at Bow ; orange I
grapefruit Juice which is already : oration seemed timely in view of revised 1947 MUTUAL INSURANCE IN
and dust $
slit tVMOMraar* juiced 1.600.000 cases and 3 "The advertising, merchandising ': I I I spray AGENCY .
for than
telling a price cheaper the of ,
> of
newness these
whr .nod .. Nor. I million cases; blended juice 1,900- some schedule were printed and distributed -
activities .
publicity of Orlando, Fla.
ranners would have to charge for I plants.,and has consisted of advice to the industry. In addlI -
000 and 3,100,000
cases cases. of the commission this
aaslel .... .. W hi -.fc ctat In the sealed tame quantity cans. of water placed II j' To balance off the "on hand" !in the past were designed year, as to of on equipment the preparation tion. numerous requests for the 0 ALL Mutual-ALL Insurance 1
large numbers of samples, colored wall chart. Citrus Insects
I Th average: chain store price supplies the Neilsen "projec attain maximum distribution and in some cases the demonstration Diseases and Deficiencies' were 0 Complete Facilities-Complete Coverage I
AI.I. Rat* for No. 2 can of orange juice was' tion" estimates the consumptionfor I and consumption of Florida citrus of these samples. In addition filled. O Guaranteed dividends-Guaranteed Ssliifeo/iptl,
ii>a .
I > the period June 1-Nov. 1, at fruits and products in all
n win(9 10.1 rents in April-May, comparedwith II the feasibility of using frozen orange | "Work on the toxicity of thi-
17.7 cents a year ago. Blended 8,910,000 cases of grapefruit outlets. concentrate> in the bottling ourea, a decay preventive, was Henry F. Ryan Mgr.
: = $.57 Under the general of ; ,
I juice sold for an average of 9.5 I juice, 9,480,000 cases of orange heading ; trade was investigated. These experiments 1 continued. In with
cents, as against 16.4 cents a juice and 4,850,000 cases of f"advertising.; the report says: : were successful in the Goodyear Tire co-operation and Rubber Tel. 5070 27 E. Control A.. W 1Kt f
MCIL ICO CO. year ago-and grapefruit juice blended juice. "Although it was necessary to

r .rn...* r... > M4 was bringing an average of 8.5 An all-time high for consumer continue certain characteristics of I 1- J
rents I lat retail 1 as compared to buying of grocery store items was I previous citrus advertising ,
1JJ cents in! April-May of 1946. reached during the April-May period such as the boldness and vigorof ,
The Neilsen figures Indicate with headlines and the 'family resemblance' -
a bi-monthly total of
Ns.. Tow A...
feature, thereere
that Independent store prices
$3.839,000,000 or 17 per cent over
ITEAM.cREASED ran about two cents can higher the preceding year's comparable "some distinct innovations in the '

s4/.sp. sad sbrM. -... a general average-on period. While the dollar total Is pastear's program. With early
7.5t each Item.Indications. higher, the actual tonnage figuresare season forecasts of a record crop ,
MIEN ....... s.d and with more competitive products
are that there is "a somewhat off-reflecting I
srliM.d 1.pltN gen-
In the markets, it was
'I necessary -
much closer balance [of
production erally higher prices.
Ao SUM VISORS I I with indicated consumptionthan Sources other than the Neilsen to design a program to sell
people on why they should use
in the previous season. the ;summary indicate that excluding:
Its, I i'I i more of all citrus products day in
'I Neilsen survey said. The total grapefruit juice there are 3.261-
I th L n'Y "UL and day out. A review of some of
packs tall areas for the 194647aeasonl i 000 cases of citrus juices on hand
Air CAB I 'the copy can best illustrate how
ty are estimated: grapefruit in Florida including; 731,000 cases
eels ..... LaaNd this was accomplished.
Juice, 17.940.000 cases compared ) of sweetened orange juice. 627.000
I "In the of fresh '
with 25500.000 the previous sea- ] cases of unsweetened orange Juice f case grapefruit ffs NHr
( Mayo'sM ; we continued using the wordBodyGuard
l son; orange'Juice 20.600,000 cases 1075.000 cases of sweetened blended -

SM. .... rK tin I I compared with 21 million in the Juice and 828,000 cases of unsweetened that grapefruit to remind is a protector consumers of Y Frn ,, I, ,f f
1)43.46season, and 10540.000 blended
--- --- Juice. i health. Most of the copy for tan-
gerines was geared to the slogan

. _=1 that tangerines are the fruit of ,
youth. The convenience of peeling
was also emphasized. x

"In general the health value of Money >.
citrus juices was emphasized with

I My Ch*. TilPPBflGr2T& juice.special our Blended ads appeals as The juice for New was each AllAmerican headlinedin type of- ( a 1'r' iii ark 9 'Itib- /' a' 'I iat i

Drink Tangerine juice was ORANGE AVENUE jr or 'Ott.1 I .. s .:.''I;,., ., ,
advertised CHURCH ; n
as A Brand-New Prod STUn ? "
uct That the Public Goes For in 'r 'i 'll Ir I-

a Big Way The improved taste or
flavor of canned orange juice I. I
was emphasized. Surveys have j

shown that one of the big reasons THERE I J ear Op ANDU
for buying canned juices is con- are 3,158 u fIRST iiATlOnfl y /

venience. In view of this conven- loans in Installment Y t i LN
our -
ience was stressed in all of our

canned .juice advertising with the *Loan Depart- '

: .: phrase. 'Just open the can and
:&L. pour' ment on the Fourth Floor, -
"Florida seedless' limes were
headlined as the fruit 'that's amounting! to $1,402,731 on ') e ,I
green when it's ripe-ripe when '
It's green. aver ge of 444.18 per loan

Talking about media used the .
report said in '
"In the selection of media for Our/June 30th Statement shows ' "

I pc hems Florida of citrus the 1946-47 products were the about prob- an over-all total of $7/ million Capital ear SutplM OM win.. IMlw

the same as those of previous in loans to individuals and corporations -
years. Canned products advertising -
1 offered no special media prob- in this growing community-an
1 r. lem. but called for nationwide
coverage in keeping with distribu increase of over $2 million in the past 12

1 tion. This permitted the use of .
alCI months People with incomes '
Sunday supplements in Westernas average __

required well as the Eastern mass circulation markets, and of as well as all types and sizes of business enterprises, may-borrow .

,i bl national magazines such as Life here on convenient terms and at reasonable rates. .O i iec

1 e it itI Ladies Home Journal. McCall's. "

u Better Homes and Gardens and to .
reach the great agricultural buy-
Ing power the Farm Journal.
st Spot radio was also used and for ,
13 weeks the commission sponsored -
the Fred Waring show three
times a week coast to coast. ,

I "In addition to regular schedules -
special advertising cam-
paigns were conducted throughout -'I.;
the season as necessity dictated. v
These Included an introductoryorange

Mr choice i.! the beautiful campaign using black and ,
j-to-deto white
newspaper copy in the ma- .
Tapptn. You'll choose wisely when jor markets during November a -

Tow chooM Tappan because . campaign featuring oranges in
Iowa and Nebraska through com- f.o: : Banks mirror a community's activity .

.H* big Divided Top with now cove design petitive black and white copy in I ,

IlL.., ..71ed"1f: II..youJ6morelnch.sworldngs"rfoco.( paign newspapers using black a prices down cam I -they provide for individubl
.- .. and white copy money
..,. ... in newspapers directing reader at I
M pJ ..... Two Vttuallt llrumlnatod Ovon with Its tention to retailers' advertise- i '
.... ...... ments in and corporate needs . Here f. ':' .
_.y... .. \ ...-through glass door adds now newspapers in selected I you '" :: .
pw'w markets featuring extra value in
thrill to baking, roasting, eke Florida Valencia oranges. I:

"Leading trade papers were will find Money at Work-a picture

TIM Toppon TUU.St Ions you by 1M".' used this year in behalf of both i .

tight, color when time fresh and processed fruits to o
cooking is
tip. keep of how 'financial institution
..t6 wholesalers retailers and I 4. can -
Gi food service outlets advised of
The four top burner and thoovon bottom the commission's: advertising Fist National

troy ore gwaranrMd for lifc-tim .rvico. and promotional activities and broadly serve depositors, borrowers > .
to suggest tested
methods for "

gaining Florida citrus.additional profits from and the community as avhoe! : lORLANOO <

"Certain professional Journals ; ;'d' &&*

1t.'t fW fef lyslems" 'isfa)7erf) anywhere on a refundable deposit; basis.; i were home also economics used particularly field. in the a .

24 HOST Service Since 1932 (tional copy was placed Instltu-I a ILO.lDA/
yearbooks and pro-
grams of the ,
ciations. asso- "It is.our desire that all who call here
NRTURRL GflS & flPPLIflnCE CO I Merchandising brought this I receive every courtesy" f
comment: '
: : : 4 L "Advertising performs the :t ittteat, & tZllut,....,.r...

i function} of gaming product recog
GStAHBO I nition. It helps create a demand
SANFORD. I and reduces selling time. However, Mejulxi' F.Url Deport buwie ClJrr :...-...
i i these and other things
b- nestle 4471IHf Phone 1252 t :Impressed upon the handler be of

N. Ore.ge Flo. State Bonk Bldg. the Florida commission's citrus. This sales is the service job of

staff which during the 1946-47
i +"- season, was expanded from 11 to i


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Tea Table Chatter IMARY

.y REED who has studiedat mother. MRS. VAN lty. .... r

the Traphagen School of Designing the remainder of the 1i' . .
r. BERT will drive up .... W _
a r'CI in New York, added laurels her there.

to her already enviable record asa I i i r> o n

fashion designer recently when I I I Also leaving here M.tare
she was commissioned to create'' VIRGINIA and EC*

the wedding gown of MARLENE who will RO 10 Virginia's < ,
DIETRICH'S daughter, MARIA town of Denver Cob .
ELIZABETH SEIBER. Mary is plan to be away for thrv
N connected with Brooks CostumerInc and Virginia's father
in New York. where she works SLEEPER writes that he .ha secured -
i is a "draper" whose specific job. tickets. for' Man\ ..* M
it seems, is to draft'from the de will be the production a ah eayt.
signer's drawing the pattern of anew nal New York cast ai bielrte

gown. : Central City Colo.o .
i'J I 000 I n n

: from Cocoa Shores in time to pick'up I' prising Kaley Ave SehlN......
some fancy clothes then she writes VIOLET DUNHAM nf ....
x and BOB set out for Gainesville umbia University eeutass t _
Friday afternoon to attend the
erudite subjects as co.r.-
"h\ '-. \ wedding of Bob's niece, SUZANNE Development and Creative lilt.
1 ins: . Lucky Mrs As- _
\ \ Die wedding took place yesterday able to stay at the fgarssssr 4M
: ;. _
I afternoon in Gainesville, and
"I ..
East 63d I for a week act 11
I ( .
.s.nt.,1p: :-:::: ALAN and FRANCES ANDER- wonder of wonders. f..... a _
:::/. : S \5 3 SON were also there having convenient sub-let at R1sMS..
7 __ O driven up Thursday . David
J side Dr., where light hltLl' _
.... ,,,r. flail and his bride the daughter i privileges afford hemp. .....
k'r" i-"i,..". )f MR and MRS. G. M. TURNER, I, of course it is eztre.ell anal CIIII-
JI ./ (..l./.r. t \ :., tbf;f' rill make their home in Seattle. :I, umbia and her Tfeachar* c.-
.' 1 : Wash. . After the wedding the
; ,,' 1 Jj ; Bob Andersons went on back to
:\ ; :&M I, 0 0 *)
I f / i. J'sj If /, Zh,'... . f'
/1 ..J'h: .. \ ;!4: (:; : t resort. 000 'I' making and CARTE the rounds wIU.TMM use M
.., /r" ? ROLFE DAVIS takes off Tuesday .
Unas. Received card from
I,. ) :a<; .p a <
./.1' t to join his family at Waynes- .
,/ : .. q'!<" when they were to UpsrtaMaetl M
:;\i. '' rule, N.C. . .The LEROY BREW- the effect that tbt.y i wain.
> "-.. TON family also plans to go up; rdwi . .
er. and ev'erythais r
>r: to Waynesville shortly . FRAN- They'll make the heatewaedlgfl_
.. CES 'ROBERTS leaves next Fri-
;<.. ney soon. .
t": 'j; If day for her annual visit in Cedar- I O O ,l
Fjt town, Ga., where she'll visit her
<;i i and Formerly MRS. CHARLES of Cleeisad E

are now new reswnts nf .
; Miss\ BalthropTo having recently botM ..

; ,jt I RY E. ZILNER boas at
'. [} xa' Married Lake Ave. . Actually Mrs 7Ns'
Be > > I tar isn't a mtiamm. to Ortm
for she went to tenant hot i...

At St.. Luke's I will be remeabtrod as the fan.. .
RUTH GALET. isintH to _
Gaely family who ussd 10 hw till i
St. Luke's Cathedral will be the ,
Hillcrest Ave. . All of har .. -
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friends here haw Mw _
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Ann Balthrop to Levere Montgomery -
-lOur Own Staff Photos: Traver of Natchez Miss., which will a most pIeuuI& alea,.e-Usk ,
.... t .1 '. *VISITORS enjoying to right are Shirley Buxton, Edith Foster and take place Wednesday night at I . Mr. Wistar II I Ithe Stall .C I 1
% of the 1io
ight o'clock. The Rev. Robert K. I. odCs.sM
tint... .....> a*. thottfi in the oc- her twin sister. Barbara Foster who are shownin Gumm. canon of the cathedral o
the of Col. and Mrs. A. H. Foster's MR. and MRS I. AAA
garden will officiate at the double-ring
...... .. Abevt ore Mrs. I
JR.. who have ... 'M bsasa
home on Country Club Dr. Miss Buxton, whois ceremony and acolytes serving will
,... I 1 bin c.d P. Imloy both be Winfield Scott Hancock cousinof Mrs. Craj ...-.
from Iowa City, Iowa, arrived here last week guestsand
s r.. of Mr. and the bnde-elect, and Brock Mag- < MRL .ARfwA &
Arrl t.. .... gwfttl for a visit with the twins whom she met at
ruder. son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. LEWIS have returns M nvnt
fifUtl t .., gist TW two. visitors shared Camp Yonahlossee, N. C. On Thursday, Miss Magruder.The home in Wllnat lea. N CO. .

1.t t+.. ..... *.rrer+. when Mrs. BaileyS Buxton was honor guest when Harriet Jones, :W ..r1sJb.If program of wedding music The Lewises, toy the way haw .n.

iggyg f' .f friends at a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. R. Jones, enter- will be cathedral given by Arthur E. R. Gently moved tnto, limit.. mrm hannl
Jones organist. at 210 E. Vande That tan anf
I tpge ten.. Park Lake Ave. tained with a party at her home on E. JacJ Miss Balthrop has selected as'''' former Wilmington raUsinnhxi 1 1I
r"nersell/i..* the right, from left son St her matron of honor her cousin i n n *>
_._ Mrs. John E. Williams of Natchez, 1
- -- I When MR. and MM A n> f
Miss., the former Miss Harriet DAVENPORT returned the nBf

J Cbtitnblott. D'A 'ostiI10 Honor Miss Reed I Js'1issCutten's: Ii I Mrs.Ford of Louis this Karg city. of Another Canton.cousin Ohio,'':S linas day from they a were vacatMn J in the GIIIiIIII \ t'

will be bridesmaid. Mrs. Karg j Mrs. DavenportfeJANIE _
ttrsn d .LAhjWs. Va.. McCaQ. C& .1and Carolyn 1 r Jeannette Robertson Louise and Bet Qth9:5 old I arrived here yesterday from Can- CAMP IU. nfS. ,

s1A a -+ ettt..A list. atarRf Ltnrston. Frances Roberts, Faus- Judy Finne,Dorothy Bailey,Nancy : ton.John C. . Mrs. Clal IsI ieft W.-
a .. eer trsrret. tflle Kennedy' Carol Clark Betty I Burcham. Marilyn Wolbert Doretta Ogden of Natchez will be : terday to spend a fov dnsa fj ,
alww.ra wheel. best man for Mr. Montgomery, Wildwood vistttacsistertolaw. .liar hroUmrcRflt.
Mils Here
Gander Betty Pettigrew. Patsy Evans. Shirley Hollingsworth, r TodayMr. and ushers will be Max Millitzer, .
act Aaaasta and MEnX P,
Melt Joan Demastus. June Cossin Nelly Ogden Marilyn staples J. Louis Lamberton and Graham
a vela Adrlanna OabeU Jean and Mrs. Eugene B. Cuttenof Barr Jr.Following. I P. HOLDER, .before retw M
Shirley Allen Betty Ann Morgan. I'
as ... krei.s e staus rr. Carolyn Maya Lois this city are today announcingthe her home.
the wedding the
... Jo Ann Laughinghouse, Martha nno
ol Williams. Betty Asherbran-I I engagement and approaching bride-elect's aunt and uncle. Dr. |
OT Borl ng. Joy Carter Bradford Betty Jean Smith Windy 1a marriage of their daughter, Alice and Mrs. James Arthur Ford are We've discovered IMUBT. Al
hllL Judy Davies Brinkley Martha DeLoach. Catherine to Barnet Franklin I entertaining a large number of DREWS' weakness1!
AgsMimoa5fiat Barbara Brewton. Patty Black- :i' Doris Jensen Lena Dykes, Dottie taN yxa Nix. son of Mr. and Mrs. George I guests at a reception at the Or- { She simply loves them_ ft'1>
,', wood. Betty Ann Plummer, Betty B. Nix of Washington, D. C. lando Country Club. i fit was self Mfmw. or
Marcia Ann Brown. Ann Burkett Velma j' Kline Bonnie II rman, Joan Bac- A graduate of the St. James : Among the out of town guests 'bridge foursome she had Pr..
Ann ParrUh. Joyce Harbin. Pat Finch chian, Eunice Rinaldi, Alyce Alex- K fw School Miss Cutten also attended II I' for the wedding will be the bride- I for lunch likes them too' Aajrwasu
ander, Peggy Jess, and Norma : J Dunbarton College Washington elect's mother. Mrs. Thomas Gart- JUDITH ESTES BfZZ UnV.
Stone.HeadRoberts. s.w. and has been employed by the 1 land and Mr Gartland who are 'DORFF' and MYRTLE OAVnf
Iaq.mvut of Miss Dqdd State Department of Washington ', here from Port Mayaca, visitingDr. : were doing all rig:!: v :. i L nr tram
I D. C.. and at the Orlando Army and Mrs. Ford. onions.
Air Base for the past four years. t';-- -.. --
mMr.Condict/ Told She is now secretary to Col. RayA. I
+ Today I Dunn chief of staff of the 14th
Held Air Force. I
.. * ****** ** Winter father Is W. T. Dodd of Daytona Nuptials Mr. Nix attended Washington
..! %fc .see nnWhv nWE-nnM Mint Wl j Beach. schools and is at present employedby
4* .ftnnW Bnl BEnnnWf, IntlMM Mr. Condict also graduated I In Louisiana the Government Printing Office Ar d
rrr. ... toLawrrnr* 'from Winter Park High School there. > J i
rnnin san nf Mr. and and during the war served for Mrs. Montine Roberts former The wedding will be solemnizedat
% riani nf Winter two years in the U.S. Army, part education a nuptial mass at St. James
of which time was spent overseas physical at ; Catholic Church in late September -
.-.etet. **. to a* event in the European Theater. He is I I Cherokee Junior High School and a t with Msgr. John Bishop offi- \S
, .. a ? ...* .....!......%. plans for the recipient of the Purple Heart William O. Head were married recently ciating. Plans for the ceremony
-' .. ..: aaaesneeda with Oak Leaf Cluster. On re- in Munholland Methodist have not been completed. I .. \
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rntiiar. IntmI cenrice.' he resumed his studies at I :
The Rev. Karl Froske officiated ... PamAlcDonaldPlans i
I . .-.... set the University of Florida, where double 555 t\ .. .A:?
at the ceremony.Mrs.
.. K awn Park. Ht a he is a member of the Kappa I H. H. Moore, sister of the J ./,r.:',f...... : : 1
*a* a member Sigma fraternity. This Summer'
matron of honor,
bridegroom was August
sr r T rtn and the he has been associated with hi) and Mr. Moore acted as best man. f." ( /.f 11:1': ,: > rY
, ..,. .. s N.rn.v:; era' father in the real estate bUSiness The bride was attractively IMISS ,
rM.. ;*:=. -lie. Trlei >' and will resume his studies at the gowned in a two-piece aqua crepe 'f'X. ::1 :' l < WeddingMr.
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.. ";::?.'7.;sfi Her university this Fall.MISS ] dress with white accessories and a "i :u E .:. ;,: w
1 Ier corsage of talisman roses. and Mrs. E. L.McDonald of S
Mr. Head and his bride plan to ALICE CATHERINE CUTTEN 341 Hillman St. are announcingthe

visit Florida shortly. s . to be wed to Mr. Nix. engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter, Pam, '
to Edwin L. Carstensen son of Mr. 1
Miss Campbell and Mrs. A.;H. Carstensen of Oak. -
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Mr.\ Weesner : early August. i
-w The bnde-elect. a popular member erH
FJ'; I .5 + of the younger set attended

,E4 e C'K To Be WedAnnouncement : 54 .-. !I from Orlando Orlando schools Senior and High graduated School i iI

is being made k I I with the Class of '43. Upon J
today of the engagement and approaching : uation Miss McDonald held grad-I J
marriage of Miss Mary i retarial position in the I
Helen Campbell, daughter of Dr. partment- the Norfolk Navy
> and Mrs. Guy Gibson Campbell :.0::'',,: Yard. At present she is connected
I I of Addis Ababa Ethiopia to Rob-,, : t/: $ Ai with .the Underwater Sound Re-1
I 3
ert H. Weesner Jr.. son of Mr. and f search Laboratory here. I Ii
Mrs. R. H. Weesner of Muskogee, i Mr. Carstensen received his B.S.
S I Okla. L' degree from Nebraska State
'S Rvt The wedding will take place here ':' ". # Teachers College Wayne Nebr.
at the First Presbyterian Church ;f ,' fS-- and just recently received an M. S. vile? 'b 1xs
Aug. 20. and complete plans for : o' degree from Case Institute of
I the ceremony will be announced. at Technology in Cleveland. At pres- j t
r a later date. ent he Is doing research with the
Miss Campbell has made her ff naval Underwater Sound Research i
home with her uncle and aunt. iiP'3I Laboratory in Orlando.IOfficers' {
Mr. and Mrs. M. W.Boor of 1718 .
I Lakeside Dr.Merritt Park, for the :< MISS CATHERINE ROGERS
past several years. Her father Club
Dr. Campbell has been Director : . engaged to Orlandoan.
I General of Medical Services for
the Ethiopian Government for the Weekly Dance
t past three years. Mr. and Mrs. t iJ.4V I Miss Rogers of Plant City \
I Campbell are now to Washington,
D. C, and will arrive here the Set Friday !
first part of August for the wed- ./ }
ding. They plan to return to The weekly dance at the Offi : Betrothed to ]. W. ]lotirdan J.IrL .
Ethiopia in the Fall. cers' Club will be held on Friday of
The bride-elect graduated from this week instead of Saturday in !. : Thomas Edwin Rogers of Rogers is at Wutet __ _.
the Mary A. Burnham School for honor of Army Air Force Day. Don Plant City is today announcing her L. B. degree at tics .....
Girls. North Hampton. Mass. She McEmber and his orchestra will the engagement of her daughter I!of Florida in GstalalMl.J 1
has been in Ethiopia with her play from 9 p.m. to 1 am. for I Catherine, to John William Jour- 1 Mr. Jourdan
parents this past year. dancing on the Esplanade,.aad a dan Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. John I Orlando Senior & :f:! j isthe
Mr.Weesner graduated from the floor show will be presented dur- William Jourdan of this city. I I attended the Uni
high school of Ardmore Okla. ing intermission.Also The wedding will take place to : South at SeW&nH.r..... ..
and attended Oklahoma Agricultural I I on Friday there will be Gainesville in the early Fall. I\ University of Florida. Eto N .
and Mechanical College. He : open house on the base for. mem- II The bride-elect graduated from member of Delta Tan Dnnaternity.
enlisted in the Army Air Corps in bers and their guests. Plant City High School and attended He served as a "'"
1940. and served as a lieutenant. | The Orlando Army Air Base ': both Florida State University the U. S. Army overacts .
He is now a pilot with the Ethiopian MISS MARY HELEN CAMPBELL t Women's Bridge Club will meet and Ward-Belmont College in I war and at prcaant l
HELEN MARJORIE DODD 1 Air Lines an affiliate. of Thursday at 1:30 pjn.in the main' [ Nashville. Tenn. A member of |elated with Baird __
I r becomes August bride-elect. Trans-world Air Lines. . plans late Summer wedding here. J I I lounge of the Officers Club. I J I I Alpha Gamma Delta sorority, Miss i Gainesville.

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Strickland-Deaton Nuptials I Page 18 t{t flr :rnlbW :'rltItilrl-13'tar' Orlando, Florida, July 27, 1947 )! School Set Will joy ,

__ _. _ .___ .._. High ,

In Miami[ Methodist Church Gala Street Dance at Tiger D, 'ii j

..... tU4r Memorial Methodist I I ... .........,
I of lace, fashioned on princess I + '< .x wv The closing of Tiger Den for re- |I Manna ttlapd -- I
tbtsall Miami was the scene lines. Mrs.'Tate's gown was yellow ",MAY wry the month of : the street. 1
iV 1 Yt 1 decorating during ...
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ft" a vtddins' Sunday afternoon and her flowers gala Miss Jim OtwatB
were yellow August will be marked by a
...*. MIN Mary Louise Denton roses and stephanotis Miss,Stew- I :: : street dance, July .Jamboree. to be senior at. OrUnd ..SS I
...**MY of Mr. and Mrs. C. E.pratatt t art wore blue, and she carried .s r held Tuesday from 8 30 to 11:30 ; School tn* .*., eu'

ef Windermrre. became : pink roses and blue Iris. I, .. I pjn in front of the Den. I I arrancenMU far w ewe'" I

JM. fctttto ef Iht Her Gordon Har- Robert Whiting was best man.I Tiger Den. an agency of the coounltte tarMMi *s 'Y

-ri tcfttktood. son of Mr and Mrs.J Ushers were James Nelson and i i.j I: Community Chest, is a gathering Btotoe PUhteck. .awawr r'.
C M trkland of Miami. Melvin ii for the high school set, and Barbara MM *. Mtr LM
. 1 Swenson. and David Sete place
... ......ring ceremony was' i Brown: and Jin fMBMisi. .. .- *
has remained two nights
ber and Gerald Capley lit the open
yvffmmi by the Rev Alfred Hed-i e Meiner. and Mndti L*# lies
+seep a else. friend of the couple candles I preceding the ceremony. each week during the Summer -- --'
...H* a iMtkiround of lighted 1' Mrs. Denton mother of the months. Lavish plans are being ,

*...... palms, and gladioli inter- bride wore a'navy blue sheer ; made for redecorating the building 0 ... MSai.II.Itllitrt . !
i>"...>4 with far fern. 4A at 135 S. Court St. into the ,
Ml* ABrn Harton and Mrs. dress with navy and rose acces- v atmosphere of a tigers' den. and .
Uipf...... Blanton lave a pro-. 'I sories. Mrs. Strickland the bridecroom's "F the students themselves" will do W AJt&.. .
., mother, chose an ashes of
fr%* a* nuptial music. a,. most of the work.
The ...... given In marriage by roses sheer dress with which she For the dance Tuesday CourtSt Winter Pork Phase
*w tetfct. wore a town of .white wore white accessories.Both moth- ) between Church and Pine Sts.,
......t Mttn fashioned' on princess ers wore corsages of gardenias. r/ dfI will be roped off for the festivities.
.... .tsh a ....f't'tMarntekl1ne Following the ceremony,Mr. and t x There will be._several refreshment
.. Mrs. Deaton were hosts at a re- ya ------
-.1M wtth embroidery of seed I II I
pearls TH same design of seed ceptlon. Mrs. Clarence Elsasser INGRAM & INGRAM 1 1
was In charge of the bride's book.
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f** fashioned the tiara which OPTOMETRISTSSuccessor
Those serving were the Mmes. S. I
MM M plan the flntenip rell. .
...... A. Armour, Junes Nelson and
ftMHid a houqu.t of Calif ora.m t to MEAD'SNights.
daswe and .sore a string of Melvin The Swenson.bride attended Florida SUDII yS. Holidays >38. II
lid a ttf i oC the bridegroom.
Mwe till. the bride "were Mrs.H.i4 Southern College In Lakeland a 14 N. Orange Are Pnone S384
i where she was president of the i
Tale' matron of honor, "
.a* MlM Betty Stewart, brtdes- Torchbearer Honor Society and "- ---..
Natd Rant were' attired in towns vice-president of the campus '" I ,.
.. . Young Women's Christian Assn. { t.
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She was also president of the Bap- :. ,
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EXPERT tist Student Union. At presentshe J : ,
WATCH REPAIRINGHpfrtiltifn Is completing her steudies at /

e In 8wl a and Amer- Emory. University in Atlanta where : L : L ,
she will receive a BS Degree in
to** Watches, 1 Days Senrice. Nursing this Summer. While at r I'v., .. ..,. ., .,.. ; ..
><< .I IpMISS
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ORLANDO JEWELRY Emory the Baptist she has Student served as Union presidentof andas 0.i/ ; _,.> ...... .?...::7.ij.: x:{t.f/i"::; ::. ,
$4 Orancc. Corner Jackson 1 i c. '
a member of the executive '
f . to be wed in Rollins chapel. Ar


t I f . Gainesville bride-elect.
A Jl. Parents Announce Miss Seavey's f ,

council The Rev.of Emory Strickland Christian was gradu-Assn. ,Miss' Thomas, I Betrothal to Theodore ,MischiickMr cj ,, ti

ated from Miami Edison Higb
School and Southern College wherehe Mr., Wilkinson and Mrs. Norman E. Seavey I American Colleges and Universities -
I j1IyI1k/ccI was an active member of Kap- of Dover: N. II and Orlando, are .
The wedding will be an event
pa Phi and Alpha Psi Omega. He ,I today announcing the engagement
is a member of Chi Rho fraternity Betrothed of the early Fall, at the Knowles
of their daughter, Eleanor to
Memorial Chapel. Rollins. Plans
and served as president of that
J 4r'I organization. He is now doing MA and Mrs. C. W. Thomas of I Theodore E. Mischuck son of Mr. for the ceremony have not been
I post graduate work in theology at Gainesville announce the engager r and Mrs. George Mischuck of this completed.
Emory University while servingas ment of their daughter Avis city
Mr. and Mrs. Hanson
I pastor of Wesley Chapel Decatur Leona. to Sidney R. Wilkinson I Miss Seavey is a graduate of I'
Ga. son cf Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Wood- Ward-Belmont Preparatory \\Have 25th i
Upon their return from a wed- / row of Orlando. I j School. Nashville. Term This past Anniversary "I'VE GOT THE SMARTEST WffET"She
ding trip hi Florida the couple The wedding will be an event { June she received her Bachelor of \ Mr. and Mrs. George Dewey
will resume their studies at Emory. i of Sept. 7th in the First Baptist : Arts Degree from Rollins College Hanson of 2394 Rio Grande Ave. gels our bedding at KISS MVrTRt.oH: < o "h* t. Iota
CltC Church of Gainesville. i where she majored in English. celebrated their 25th anniversaryAt smart . Well, the ROSS people have be*_ ....* .. ta0/1_ i
h1J,4f, J Miss Thomas Is a graduate of.: Rollins she was active in social \esterday The couple have made spring mattresses and box springs fw 25 inn tw .. t/IfIIIII! '
Miss Hand Florida State University where she : and scholastic circles being vicetheir home in Orlando since their know hew to put that sleep-promoting MHty tale its _. I
was a member of Alpha XI Delta, president of the Gamma Phi Beta marriage in Tampa on July 26. steel coils give that slumber-sweet sH....rt. Vthf. I ..rrli _
To Be' Married national social sorority. I sorority chapter in her senior year. 1922. a nap right new:"
i i Mr. Wilkinson attended the Or- She was nominated to the Key Mr. Hanson is a native Orlan- ,,
original lando Senior High School where': Society and Phi Society honordoan and Mrs. Hanson is original- Factorv to-Consumrr Qoalilji N I
he was member of the Omega ary organizations. ly from Sanford. Mrs. Hanson
ill the harem drape To Mr. Hinely a I "Sleep in Comt.J'
serves as president of the Florida
Xi fraternity. He left school in i Mr. Mischuck is a graduate of
with the new Intel Mrs. W. J. Hand of this city i December of 1941 and spent four Orlando Senior High School and State Federation of Poetry ClubsOrlcndo .
: years in the Navy. He is now aj 1 received his Bachelor of Arts De- -
is announcing the engagement of
. of the approaching student at the University of florida gree in business administraticn I of f Music
.. Jf i ,,' black her daughter Ovella. to Richard.. where he is a member of the from Rollins College with the class a
uaMN-i* D. Hinely. son of Mrs J. J Hine- Pi Kappa Alpha'fraternity. I of '47. While at Rollins he was An Accredited School -

lit )jersey. ly and late Mr. Hinely of Savannah } II I i vice-president of his social fra- Approved for G.I. Training i Fi
r i There are no big barns or silos I ternity Lambda Chi Alpha, and ,
Ga. in New Zealand because the live-I a member of Pi Kappa Delta and by Veterans Administration i .- '""<
The wedding will take place Aug. stock remain outdoors all year Pi Gamma Mu, honorary fraterni
i 539 Lake St. Phone 5195 UliOLLSALE ,
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11 at 3 pjn. at the Morningside : round. ties. He Is listed in Who's Who in
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The bride-elect graduated from -- --' .-;;.<;, ,. ..;

Hazelhurst High School In Hazel-! '
hurst Ga. and attended Southern II '
lrt [ I Business College in Atlanta. SheIs II'
now employed as a secretary for I

\t tL ''I. Ing the Co.Southern States Iron Roof- ALL JOYCtES SAY JOYCE!

Mr. Hinely attended schools In I
Savannah and during the war I Ii i
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years, part of which time was Ii
spent overseas. He is now employed -
by the Life Insurance Co. of "
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'.."......... 18 Ib-t !'unbau IhnUntl-&tar Orlando, Florida, July 27, 1947 I Mr. Buhner I i ceptlon the brW-t.waa pare hell. ..*** 110 the ho-- et

received r\MMi1a a..Mht /ti..

TAr Rcbckah Takes BrideIn net gown. weagtBig

DvcHgesMw Lodge for lIl1d about/M1iILa1'7tMida pinkMrs.. silt. ww....

i NewI I the NorthThe treuse dtmt s... ... a --
nul"rl"il Installs .I sage of yellow ....

Y/ M 'WC. .,t hh'h of Miss Madelyn On return** fry a
y marriage
end Mr ft W Darat
((]) N V.sestlt. IE
Officers Adair Gamble, daughter of Mr. trip to L** o.er.
MI+lrsl ft fM9 4V ffflMMk Mlft yrx and Mra. ]lulawr will
li-f *. .Wl MtlUifcU and Mrs. Howard W. Gamble of Moulin, Oa
: Orlando Rebtkah Lodge No. 12
aiM t1IM. ....... W kI 3 play- hW lu regular By KITTY HENRY, Society Editor Uttle Neck, Long Island. N. Y. to The brute is a *".- fill _.
meeting Thursday TN ORLANDO FOR a visit with friends this week were Mr. and Mrs.j jA William Franklyn Bulmer, son of side Hteh School .Li. iiI ..... aM
= -.x pi.dade at Of fU at the Fraternal Bldg. at which: William Miller of Manassas Va. who have been in Arcadia visiting Mrs.! Gladys Bulmer and the late attended Rhede a.-.. .. .If .....

Urn Installation. of officers for the Mrs. Miller's parents Mr. and Mrs. Virgil L Clark formerly of Mr.! W. F. Bulmer of Orlando was I*** for J1 I, yntaRraduatn J*
...... rrw4u1. filii aM. Mrs, coming term took place. I ,... this city. I I i. yi 4I solemnized recently at the Com- fran .Orlarle! ...sIr.r
Ir. U at. aM Th meeting was opened by tiIW'! . :T" ".fW &ilSrrri: Hl Mrs. Miller is' munity Church of Little Neck by High School. sad UI Met

tm....11'1eaa... 1oIa' and. Mr*.LoU MacDonald. noble grand. .!:"5: ;ff': w rf ,. ;.. . s wu the former Betsey the church: minister, the Rev. produce Mrs.' Otadysdaughter.tM IMM lulaar in MeiM tat ....
a ..... N.twrt W, During the business meeting,the !r..it-. ;. .' .,, Clark, of this city, : ; Warren E. Darnell. father Mr W p _
; Given In marriage by her ..
,. ., altar WM draped for the late Mrs. %. '" i and she and her son. Charles Buli i 'r aI2 IIfI .
the bride wore a white dotted
t -JI'husband drove down < lando. attended 'h. ......
.. Ida Beaanoles! of Jacksonville: one ':to' " '''P ts"d Swiss wedding gown and a fingertip -
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"'1 at.ples 1 **$ nssnrM fe. .f the pact president of the Rebkth :::::: from Manassas on a I 9 3 tulle veil edged with lace. Her Corrugated-- taVr .... ,n.etNad
tai IMreewiq III eeaL. Assembly of Florida.Ura. f'V:1: vacation trip. Mr. headdress was a coronet of orange I
z 1 $ : Miller has been attending blossoms.I She carried a shower in 1871
MacDonald gave her retiring t Georgetown f'v.. bouquet of white daisies bouvardia
speech' and thanked those who tAfj M><'iUnh-ersity. and his u3' and ivy- I
tMUUd her in making her term of I 1 wife has a position : Miss Jean Bartley of Little Neck SPIRITUAL
office a success. She also presented Washington D.C. was her only attendant and worea Ii
her retiring officers with gifts ,:fiin o o o gown of lilac marquisette with a ADVICE
aDd they pre her a gift in return. I t ,. x; headdress of lilac tulle. She car-
The meeting was then turned \IR. AND MRS. ried a bouquet of pink roses.
. a u I Harding The bridegroom's brother.
ever to Mrs. Mae Myers district .r : Sally RHHI
$ ..tAt.OL1StD deputy president and her staff and family are vacationing Charles Bulmer of Orlando, acted
110WiltC4rtes ..ho Installed the incoming officers r t-: "" i',.. .r. { in Utah. as best man. Ushers included the 157 Ctor **.
tae the term. They were as follows 'V" '. . Mrs. Florence! bride's brother. Howard Gamble.
$ PLAN Mrs. Hilda Rogers noble . b.. I ,# and Robert Wills of Woodhaven. API" relate!
L. .Johnson of Miami .
a cot rwes:04 grand; Mrs., Mary Tracy: vice i; .., NY. PIM_ WWM M as
+1 PN( CATALQ01aase grand; Mrs. Doris Lane warden; f % ;'::, formerly of Or- '. 'V Following the ceremony, a re-
Mrs. Myrtle Blogett. conductor; ;- ;.lando. spent the day .,';( ; J ,
Mrs. Henrietta Bunnell. right supporter Thursday, en 1/ .
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to noble grand; Mrs. Maud ; route to visit relatives .,. u ; ...
Armstrong left supporter to noble s ..It" in Clermont. . MRS. RODNEY K. HOWARD
grand: Mrs. Lula Davis. chaplain o, ., '" ;:': : ..Mr. and Mrs. Chesty rite Music Box 1
Mrs. Ruby Brokaw. musician; Mrs. '. ; ; :Arnold have moved I . is the former Edna Brerbower ot Winter Park, and the
I Carne Martin right supporter to '/
into their home.,
1 the rice grand: Miss Jean Doug- \. new announcement of her marriage to Mr. Howard, son of Mrs.
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lass left to vice grand
i Mrs. Katharine supporter Mason secretary;; w.Mrs. H. S. Nordine, ; A. L. Starr of Orlando, is being made today by her mother, Mrs. Opposite Rollins Campus, Winter Pwk
M .......... Mrs.Opal TrUa Hatcher{White color-bearer treasurer:; Mrs.Mrs. _&.( .k Roland Mr. and Nordine Mrs.and Edna M. Beerbower, also of Winter Park. The wedding took invites you to a

4 ... Lou MacDonald. junior past noble family have place recently in Folkston, Ga., and the couple are now residing demonstration of
WILLIAM MILLER 'visltmg thrilling
grand: Mrs. Mary Corino. degree I been Dr.
captain. . visits here. and Mrs. Fred E. I here. I I
. I. SaI
I following talks by the distinguished I i I
St., have left extended trip throughthe
Myers of 508 E. Washington on an
guests. Mrs.Jennie E. Anderson
... e, .... k ,put president: Mrs.Fanny- West, and will stop in CalifornIa Old Mexico and Colorado. They Wet The WomenPopular basis-which takes. care of the no-
Isar ere spank rice-president of the assembly will then motor to Minnesota. Mrs. H. S. Nordine, Mrs. Myers' I help situation for the farmer and
I : and Mrs. Mae Myers district mother, will visit Mr. and Mrs. Nordine in Hallock. Minn., for two
down the of
cuts price canning
.. I deputy president of district: "weeks and will then return here to make her future home. . Mrs. TrendIs
p... e m.. ...dfl'e'w I fruit to the housewife.
10. the lodge closed and refreshments -
Katherine Gibson Raymond and her daughter Diane Raymond, are
.... were served in the banquet vacationing at the Sheraton Plaza. Daytona Beach . Mrs. William Maybe this: do-it-yourself trend

ails M.o* ,tell M.Wily hall LottieBoyte.Otf under the. direction of Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Joe Stroud are vacationing at Daytona: Beach. .Mr. Toward ,, is a step backward in the matter

ewe ee-etwee c* .waLftlNGUR U were presented the Incoming and Mrs. E. L. Brewton and children, Barbara. Elaine and Roy Jr., 1 of service, but it seems to be prettypopular .- -- r / -
noble grand and rice-grand. are leaving Monday for a vacation in Waynesville. N. C. Self-Service just the same. It .eases
I, O ft O i the help shortage! and it cuts down
Weo Y I Battlers of New Zealand were DRAMATIC MAJOR and junior at Rollins College. Winter Park Br RUTH MILLETT :1 a little on the cost to the customer. -
... .... Scotch. EnslUh. Irish. Dane. Nor- A girl Josette Stanciu is continuing her activities before the foot- !lOne answer to high prices and And after all fewer families Prices start at $187
Swedish, and can afford to for super-serv-
wegian. fewFrench. pay
I a lights this Summer as a member of the Orlando Little Theater, and the help shortage is the do-it-
Oennan. and American. t ice today.
will have one of the most difficult: roles in the theater's forthcoming. yourself trend. .
production,James Reach's comedy I
y i! In one small town for instance
NOW Off N Double Trouble. :
s- all of these self-help services are
has handled
Josette deftly ,
MUTO-DI CLEANERS many character portrayals for director y. available A beauty: parlor. unable to get
Howard Bailey at the Annie s enough help and aware that highi
X4 I.* hales. BfoMom. Trail 2 Day Cleaning Serrlo Russell Theater, and in Double school and college girls like to do '
L*.*4/y Alterations Trouble she will interpret the : + their own hair, offers a wash-and-
personality of Lena, the Swedish set-your-own-hair service.. The Florida's Famous
maid who creates a major partof 1 job is pretty easy when a girl has
the hilarity that makes this beauty parlor equipment at hand Park of PleasuresSAXLAXDO Dl:
story into a comedy. Lena is -including plenty of hot water S UpER 1NG DANCI GNrrv CgAZK
and-a drier. The charge is nomi1 1 MCSt
another of the witha
many persons
'lesser1 station in life, who longs 5: I nal.The .
,.r laundry service. where customers 1 OF HAS EVERYTHING DEL1C
to be a great personality and as FINE CVspICN1Cg
take a week's wash and FOR THE PERFECT OUTING IX DI NI
In the case with most women of have it finished, except for iron1 1 1IAiS
this sort her idol is a leading :7': A SETTING OF SPLENDOR AND
x. . ing, in a half hour is becoming SN
$2 9 5 Regular $6.95 movie star. ill' f', increasingly popular.A 1 AMU SErj1EN FASCINATIONS DAY OR EVE- AND ACl{ 8 A
To $12.95 Cast with Josette in this ', y' .' 1 garage that has found it dif- G iFTS SL G. SU
drama to be presented Aug. 15 at ', ; ficult to hire enough car washers AND
the Sorosis House are Mrs. Jeff t'1 1 advertises a service in ,which you Adults 50c Children 25e (Tax IncLJ
Williams. Mrs. U. C. Tigner. Pat d #$' wash your own car with their fa-
W.....'. S iHs: A miiturt of styles in high, Kerr Helen Blam. Judy Adams. y { s'YOl'R i I! OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL ELEVEN O'CLOCK
t ,
Dorothy Hamm; Fritz Ulrich. Al ., 1
wl4wal far heels ., ..J The farmers are even advertis- I
tr in all white, tan and Sikes. Harold Langsdorf, Sumner.
ing fruit on a pick-it-yourself --
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Rand. A. L. Kirkpatrick and D. S. JOSETTE STANCIU
t. ff cherry colts . dressy or playshoe Banner. . in.character part. == -
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trtfl. Sites. ran from 4Vi to 10. DURING A CONVERSATION with Mary Bartlum, ambitious daugh-

the W. Leonard Bartlums, before she left yesterday to attend -
the Summer session at the University of Florida she gave some On the OceanCOCOA

ONLY 226 PAIRS advice she has gained by experience in college that should be takento
the heart of every freshman. No late hours on school nights regu-
Made by lated study periods so that work is done day by day, and the habit of
taking and keeping detailed class notes are three things to which SHORES
S WALK OVER NATURAL BRIDGE Mary attributes her good scholarship.

Mary found that she acquires more knowledge, in the !same!
SPRINGSTEPM amount of tune, if she studies during the early part of the evening On Cocoa Beach
between seven and eleven than if she postpones her studies until a later

.*..<. Me Csthaages Ne Layaways fcme or arises of classes.with the! sunlight to do her assignments before'the beginning 1 Mile north of Banana River Air Station s

And for those who plan to breeze through until the night before
exams and then cram take Mary's advice that you only confuse yourself
and not the teacher. Another thing that has been an aid to Mary 8 Duplexes -
WALK OVER SHOP is the fact that she made up her mind at the beginning to learn some-

thing about all the subjects offered or required, and not gripe because i 16 Four Room Apts.

M H. Or.*9. Av*. Beacham Theatre Block she was subjected to courses not within the field of her interest .
science. A well-rounded education includes all
phases ol f
knowledge about which: a young person will have a curiosity if he 01 [Living Room, Kitchen, 2 Bedrooms, Bath]

'she has not before built up an animosity

against it. Of course. Mary

enjoys social activities,but believes

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Mrs. Elliott ..;... .....:: />..,,::':.,. Popular i Orlando, Florida, July 27, 1947 i JTIjr raifcig _rnttnrl- 'tar ?J'i iOrr ii
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ComplimentsMouscucsc ...., Bride-To-Be .g Miss' MillerCompliments Mrs. J. R. CHMIIMr .. IItL ,
9I S BrH*es. ,
t . Miw Miller was ateMU.. r elf
{ Feted TodayMiss tertainifkg by his .
/"'<" I Miller. andMiller ate>... ra.Ralph
1 ..... ; w" hottesa Betty Ann Balthrop bride- and Mn AI.....y

r rear wet "hn aha rnterWlMv / elect will be honored today at a Two Visitors With the honors ned
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es. party at her p5 breakfast at the Orange Court Ho- the Miaces* Jau.
-- Park tel given by Miss Zuliem Asher I Ford. Vera J..... Jett
hooorinc S Mrs Phoebe Miller was hos- Donna Evan. Caratyn flee.. "
.. 9 and Miss Betty Murchison. I
q *. .ia r Sickles: of clast night when she entertained Ann Eidaon.; aiaq JIM .....
-- R y\ ..*. .U hr Tl Guests Include: the Mmes.John II i with a dinner party at her Lacy Johnaon.Yergey Pith A--. ""
Williams J. L. Lam-
lilt.... .*.. WiHwr McU Dani. Jerry Ross I me on Lake Davis to honor Dick Woodruff' Qty
... taoorrc were the berton Jr., James Copps Emmett { ri:..._; Joannie Alleman and Miss To narad. David PHttM .
... ... Ht.M lane Taylor aN Stripling and the Misses Suzie Ee-.'erlv Bridges, two attractive Clapham. Robert Kfefcttr Jr .....
.... .......... Le.Itaze TUTItul Chiusano. Jeanne Osbun Nancy *'-'.'ors here. rell Darden Robert Ream aIIIIIII
tt1Mr. W"-U *. William q f/X ,9 st Layton. Gene Caswell Barbara ML., Allcman is here from Han- Rex Jr. Tom Hancock sad _
...... Dwell. William Lane and Marjo Dukes. ctrr Pa for a visit with Mr and Peeler.
M rriu Brut William This afternoon Graham Barr I : F. Monroe AHeman MISS;
rata !*n1 on. osborn will be host at a cocktail party Cc: :l' of Waslnnston D C i* Halifax N"" I Sc. .... t wstc' _
> .i....) Cotoman. and T. honoring Miss Balthrop and her Ct. C-C3I of ner two grandmothers -frc harbor.
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4it. fiance Lavere Montgomery. _
aN 1(: : Guests are invited for 5 pjn t__ ,
and they include: Mr. and Mrs. '
EJlJlY A CLEAN ip Yk Jerry Ross. Mr. and Mrs. James :
Copps. Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis .
WATERFRONT Lamberton, Mrs. John Williams, __

A...... .....th Itett..tett. John Ogden, the Misses Nancy OhGeffhe1
'-.wlwN Layton, Gene Caswell, Zuliem 4 .-
MUCI Asher Barbara Lane. and Cleve
THOMPSON Atkins. Ralph Townsend and Ed /
-.... ..w. r... 1heM1 Hardman. *.

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Honor Guest '
\ Oh. hurry. MOK. harry mt W..
tender skin aeeaU fcTCO as-au. e
all 20c At gentle rrotecttofi t. i.tp ..r'a. a.
PartyMiss I against tke patefaltating k.atta. A WI-
vrtne. pricey Wes ere..
Ann Kinard, brideelectof I chafes external!? da.ee4 asaa tlai
k fOR minor skin irritatieae.
Our Own Staff Photo: Trover David R. Johnson, was honor I to"'tO\\" \ 1 Thousands wtutmjrlymedicated.
guest at a bridge luncheon and 100 LtTael'FaetGROYIN
Chalk LIfle DDT MRS MAXWELL GLEN .UPS' ilk n-e oft
linen shower this past week when I \ Powder and a.s it .mcbange strti II .. P
. is newcomer here. to soothe. c..1 tai iseissi
Mrs. John and Mrs. Frank
Ausley .oasn.sott tt4.w
aad tacky tea..a !a tke> fckf
Crayon -Ie Burch entertained at Mrs. Burch's uyg. Mom know iTCOtMp **
home. I MRS. WILSON BRUSH WALKER yyC0-8O' gaata here. doe resist tr 1.taa. 4MB
Plans peat briar Tpiedy. ce itae. tau .te1iasr
Interesting Family Miss Kinard and Mr. John- . is the former Miss Helen Randolph Walthal!, daughter 4rctt1 protection to Baby taus Me>.
S.11Nd.1" AaU end loMcts son will be married on Aug. 12 at of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Walthall of this Her ages st ofgripes Ask foe it by BUM. I.TOO-BJ atria.
the First Methodist Church. I city. marriage to aid C1L :ght :: Powder. Man itet rh F Tutp*
To ,Make' Orlando New Home Those present were the Mmes. ,i Mr. Walker, the son of the late Mr. and Mrs E. H. Walker, crates' ..,.. .\ Drag Co, Tampa, n*>

All ...... Ed Rhyne, Stanley Allison, Larry i i was an event of last Tuesday night at the First Methodist &\
lr ANNETTE PETER although this is my first visit to Smith. Jim Wood Smith. Ruth : Church. The wedding reception was held at the home of Mrs

National PrulKls Co. The Sunday Sentinel-Star Staff Writer]I Orlando, I've heard so many nice King.Saxton.Robert Ray Tilghman McClelland Max, Jack Au- ': A. l. Bcumwart, 219 America St. Upon returning from their S : 1 _

I "Of course I disliked leaving things about your city that I lick, and the Misses Florine Jeter wedding trip to the East Coast, Mr. Walker and his bride;;
Or...... Flo. New York: and Louisville" said I know I'm going to like it." Mr. and Frances French. wII:'! mike their "home here :

vivacious Mrs.Maxwell Glen."But., and Mrs.Glen are newcomers here --- --- ..
Mr. Glen being president of the
Atlantic Plywood and Door Corp.

and an associate of John Russell.
YOUR FAVORITE Mrs. Glen who is the former

Mary Sue Dulaney of Louisville

Ky.. says the past weeks have been } 40 BENDIX AUTOMMtIHOME
hectic tnes for her because her n

001- daughter. Sue,recently became the
bride of Edwin Ives Wilcox. As if .

a marriage in the family were not r
enough son Dulaney. age 13. had
to be gotten off to Summer camp. lAUNDRYS \

THE IB FINEST SELECTION TOWN trip And to then Florida.,of course there was the

Featuring the Music of She seemed to be more anxiousto .
talk about her family than her-
SIGMUND ROMBERG self, mentioning the fact that her
daughter has had a "most Inter
esting" education. She attended FIRST PRIZE: BENDIX PLUS
ALBUMS schools in Europe Le Grand Ver-
I ger School in Lausanne Switzer-
Sitfftund Romberg Favorites land. Madam Boue's Tutoring
i School and the Sorbonne in Paris.
Orchestra conducted by composer Her newly acquired son-in-law Is
Victor M-1051 a free lance writer and has con- I .
tributed to Cholly Knickerbocker's: :

......>'. "Up In Central Park" famous column."
"My\ son she says. "Is a gifted
I. n.tt. McDonald pianist really quite talented. He '
Victor M-991 will go to Exeter in New Hamp-
I shire this Fall. What about me?
j Mac of Romberg ::: Oh. I just love people meeting ,
; them and being around them con- G t
1 Andre Kofttelantz stantly. Our apartment in New -
Columbia M635S York. which by the way, we are f
keeping is always full . we

tw Tunes of Romberg Al Goodman sleep delightful in relays.smile." she added with a 6Izi; B LU c ,:dlfIg 'I Enter this mcnth's exciting Complete- . ,

"I'm not the club woman type.
Sentence those
sponsored by
Columbia C88Tk but I do enjoy bridge and play

often. You might perhaps call ,.= exciting Bluing Flakes ,
: Desert Song interior decorating a hobby of ,, '"' ,
mine." she explained. ; ::'x/
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Full Cast of Stars
: Foremost in her plans for the New LA FRANCE -
I D.cca 370 future is the selection of a site -
here on which to build home.
: 1M Ovr 5if,.cf/oa/ of' Radios and Radio-Phonograph Until that time she and Mr.a Glen A, zS'A Av ,\1'1) 0 II/

Combinations! ; ; will live in an apartment at one
i of the local hotels. ITH7i JfJlll l :
Clad in a crisp gray chambraysuit W/

1t and frou frou blouse with the II" 'J'
t new "gun metal" hose completingher
ensemble Mrs. Glen presenteda
charming picture. Her poise '

and friendliness will surely make EASY! SIMPLE! Just finish this sentence
her one of our town's most popu-
lar citizens. with 25 additional words or less:

; IN THE MUSIC UN* terday from Winter Haven, where
she has been visiting her father ETT R THAN Just the&a!u4 4i .
IM N, Uts.i. Phone 8671 W. V. Proctor. ANY OTHER 8U//MG 8ECt9/SE. set *.
Fills itself waaki. ......

i water tiasct tWt lire,

tbmp-drJ. cWM.. etMetr

MAKES COLORED drains ud ..W* !.**. ..

r THINGS /T NEVER. NEVER : Normal iiutiBitM be. Fdl.
Mt. Dora. Mt. Dora + SUNSHINE BRIGHT, ?? : .N", WHITE -L/KE NEW! _>year r >puaaIH.

c i It saves you time!

It saves you work!

: New La France u so much Wnew
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SALLY DRESS SHOP r '"' than old-style Umef; S*..y M
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THE EXTRA r inj at all! La Franc never ..,..*
BLUING :.e; cbttablue.A.ecretbl.wd.rpe.
,,b '.., tie blues perfected after :W ye.re

j RINSE of research.Gentie on s'"" .........
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paper.Alienates mast 1 be the anginal to Federal and State repIa ooa.
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the major prize winueis will be .aooa.udooopar :
> but no more than one pnae will on The Second Hrs Burton",radio show work shortly after II ADDRESS M

SALE OF NORTHERN STORE'S SUMMER STOCK beawar4codlD.lUIgIc family. aUOODupouiblcaf\crchecloleoCthe contest closes. GROCER NAME -
3. Each emif submitted must be accomShWIlped.addra.scdcuvdopcs: I .
panted by a top from a boa of L a .- complete Sit of wio.as. ADORES ==-

Entries trek inadrqnim pottage wiB not *If you buy a new Bendix during the contest I A PnHIt 0.._"r..... (+'.'
Store Air Conditioned be accepted.: period, : and.wa. a prize.Est price. of your .Aii\
4. Ibis saatnt is opea to everyone i. Bcadis will be rcfundol to you. 2nd a t. .. _ t_ _ _' f_1R1f'. a4

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Pep U tT.lle 1tt1bZlY &fntinrl-&tar Orlando, Florida, July 27, 1947 j The Heliums Dates Named Tidl-Kroll I Rev.Leaves Gaykn on" Ve4abtSpecc ... J,

Rowland, Miss Dickey' The Wells Make Visit For Cocoa Nuptials Told I NEW 10 aMYftMAGayloe T'.e S.ndrnr et.s> R.. f'

a, DAYTONA- BEACH Mr. and I L. Have H*. .utt.' 1

Anderson Plans To WedMr.Geromanos Leave SanfordOn At DeLand Chest X-rays : Mrs William Kroll of Atlanta First MethodIst' Chun, vUl MWW 3 I ItolDOl'l'OW

announced the marriage of . *. IeIII
have *
I [peool to The Sunday Sertt.nel: rJ (Specie! to The Sjndc. Sent.ne'-S' 'arl] Miss Helen Gladys .
their daughter rhiMfWi **. !e
wife and two
Iktrothul Told II 1, Vacation DELAND-Mr. and Mrs. Robert COCOA-AUK. 7-9 have been Kroll to Henry Martin TUn, son of been his Tiattint rl.pse. MM* **r Jd

B. Hellums arrived Saturday from : scheduled as days on which a mobile Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Tull, of Atlanta .
I late cq.ruto
.. ... l.- ....... e.-.1, t Ictw1: fa The Sunday Sen .net.Storl By MAYME HODGKIN The ceremony took place month. The Howe I
I Clinton. S. C. Upon their return X-ray unit from the State visit in Hew ....!eM gape ('ewe
MIefK. r -....& to Onof DLAND-Mr.: and Mrs. Ernest (Specie! to Tne Sunday Sent+nel.Sar1 last Monday in All Saints Epis- .. ,
will be accompanied by their Board of Health will take chest da returning her ebeva Vt
1arM they the
I i au rt Irt-wrtt copal Church Atlanta with .
II of Va. SANFORD Mr. and Mrs. .
I Dickey Bristol. are announcing Rev H9wes serer.
V g... 11Ift glum Wtlabt i.e1we daughter and grandson Mrs. I. X-rays free of charge. of all Interested Rev. Matthew Warren officiating During . ,
the engagement and approaching George Wells and Miss Gladys J W. OerretaOR. lay poem r'fT. +a
.ISrd N ,... the born in I
alt Tucker Irvin and Tucker Irvin residents of Cocoa and Mrs. Tull who was .
..- ..... .., .. UWI' .......er. marriage of their Wells left yesterday for a vacation Merritt Island. Miami and moved to Atlanta with DeLand. will be as rfc3fi af P'# '
1.." I. .. They will stop en route at who win visit in Clinton for two 11 am. wrvicn OR gimaay* ftt
to few spent
n tu n LrMr AnAtxtv daughter Dorothy Margaret Plans for the unit's activities her parents a years ago I
of -
,-- r .n sade Fred A. Geromanos. son of the late Raiford. N. C., Philadelphia, weeks. here were announced last week her Summers here with her aunt, the Young Adult Cttt 4
** < *... ell atrUtfwM D. Gero White Plains N. Y., Boston and I R. F. Turley has returned froma through Mrs. Judson LaRoche. Mrs Helen Clarke, Allandale. Mr. church will conduct Use I
) and Mrs.
.Ir. Anthony fete .
,M fTM .*4akaW plMH aR then spend two weeks visiting in business trip in New York and president of the Community Tull is a native of Atlanta and a night services' bMUnning
. .' manos of DeLand. I Sanford. Me., with Mr. Wells Tech. song service at3* pfla.1ETEK j jI
l 'P* .. RRaattcld:: ,i Woman's Club, which is cooperating graduate of Georgia ____
.. The First Baptist Church in 5 mother, Mrs. Sarah Wells Indiana. i iOhs.
with the Brevard County
w_ ifs t.tud .r ........ it Bristol l will be the scene- of the % L'Y'wi3hU4,r Ii Mr and Mrs. P. A. Rowland left Eleanor Sarensen. Mrs. Esther Health Unit and the County a ..-

M r .. ....... IIt.tl marriage which will be solemnized ', Thursday for Bluefield West Va. Webb, Lou Skillman Howard Tuberculosis and Health Assn. in I .....
.., tt 6 Aug 30. Y :w 'toe.
*- pjn .t for three weeks The
r i ee enpia rd 0Jk" .Rowlandswill ':
jpiman of \ Smith and Mrs. C. R. Alexander bringing the mobile unit here. fi It' aM 0-
Miss Dickey the daughter
*'y+ r+eshsgsis HRr Air, ". y also visit relatives at Wil-
.. the former Miss Dorothy Douglasof ;Jf.j fj celebrated birthdays Saturday. i iToday's All persons, white and Negro. E: r'an. eraaae
r twM ISd tramMiJBtt liamsburg, Va.. and Charleston.
of 15
DeLand. was graduated from I greetings go to Patricia who are over the age may ._ aR1 Ul'oy RrwuaMt
-a MM anal hne MRS. JAMES BLANTON W. Va. Ann Strawn Mary McCormick, apply through any of the above f v
RteUrt High School and Virginia
-- .*... ilk M.vy whet Mrs. Ben Currie and twin sons >I
Anna Hoele Lloyd Barrett, organizations for a free chest
.. . ... latermont College. She received . is the former Ethel Mc- Frankie and Betty FAIlHILD
r. aisM a MIl tarxP Johnnie and her infant to do that
X '1 Uni- Tommy Dunn Mrs. Lance Daugh- X-ray, and are urged so
her AB degree from Stetson
-. aV. r tW* Ml NI.r In June. Garity Myers, daughter of Mr. 1 'daughter Connie who have erty. Hattie Maxwell and W. M. the disease may be kept at a minimum 7-.J9'JA.a1 litre
PM Power uad been ill of whooping cough for I
and Mrs. J. C. McGarity of this' McMillan in this county.
is ,
... )Ir. Geromanos a graduateof
gM the few
ergOaear past weeks are now recuperating -
list L. H. C. citizens be Xrayedon
DeLand High School. During city, whose marriage to Mr. i On tomorrow's are may
at their home at 908 Rutter Eleanor Bartling, Milton AUg. 7 or 9. Merritt Island residents -
the war he served three years with Blanton of Mr. and Mrs.
........ .. son ; Elm Ave.
f the Navy Air Corps as an aerial McKnight Jr. and Marion Bots- will have the facilities of the - -
J. M. Blanton of Lake Alfred !.tr. and Mrs. Clinton McBride
FLORENCEBEAUTY runner At present he is attend- ford!: _ unit at their disposal Aug 8.
I are vacationing with relatives :
IRK 8tetaon University and plansto took place recently at the Goss in Mr. and Mrs. Clayton DeLoachare

SHOP enter law school in the Fall. Memorial Methodist Church, I Georgia Mr. and Mrs. William Wray left spending a vacation in Brunswick New Orleans Publisher JAXiS:

..V .*.... *>. .....*....| with the Rev. J. T. Dingley officiating j yesterday for Gastonia N. C., and . Ga. Fred Hemsel haveas :
of the cadet Mr. and Mrs. Arrives at
The strength corps Daytona
*I w.'e! f- -- at Wet; Point was raised from After a wedding trip: Salisbury N. C., to visit relatives. their guests Mr. and Mrs. '
Pw 9Wt Anna Maria Island off the i They will also visit at BurnsvuleN 'I ; : 'vrl t ARE I
y .s 1 KG to 2,496 in 1942. to Thomas Hemsel and two childrenand DAYTONABEACHk: Arriving,
C. with Mr. Wray's mother. En
Gulf Coast, the couple will I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hemsel
-------------- ---- home here on his yacht Picayune V. I
make their home at 447 S. route the Wrays will stop in and family of Carteret N. J.Mr. .
Leonard K. Nicholson, editor and
***** AM* MOTM1U O* BUNKD4O MOl Atlanta to visit Mrs. Wray's sister : and Mrs. J C. Bradley have THREE YEARS OLDand ,
Orange Ave. Mrs. C. S. Buchanan. publisher of the New Orleans
this week. Mrs.
i had as their guest
ALCOHOLISMflt I Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Monforten Times-Picayune and a director of
:, Bradley's mother Mrs. W. H. Bohn
the Associated Press, was greetedby with/
and twin celebrating a
daughters Sandra and
Iw..alus. t-w ..b ... -..- .. ....idlnaee Henderson-I I I of Jacksonville friends yesterday. are I
Robert Wilson I Sonja left today for Mr and Mrs L. R. Robinson
wwm caoss HOSPITAL ,,ville N. C. where they will spend I I Nicholson gained wide fame i
I Miss Charlotte
wee M M/.r.as have as their guest, inter- & Tmfcr
,, when through newspaper SALE-Monday
** c.-.I ...... St. ,.. nberg. Pie.W Feted OnBirthday I the first. Later two weeks they expect of their to vacation go- White of New Orleans. est he fought a winning battle

with the late Huey P. Long. He u I
through Western North Carolina
I spending an additional two weeks. 'DeLand Radio Promoter visiting his niece Mrs. John P. EVERYTHING REDUCEDA I

Mrs. Arlee Banks will enter the Hayne, 553 Riverside Dr.. Ormond
To Arrive 15 MUSmart
Orange Memorial Hospital Wednesday I Aug. Beach. With him are his son, "SURPRISE" FOR EVERY I II

(Scec'nl to The Sunday S-*"nel.Star rl I to undergo an eye oper- I (Special, to The, S,ooo./ Sent,ne'' Star] Jerry, 17. and a friend, Billy Rich-
DAYTONA BEACH-Robert E.! ation. | DELAND-Lyle Van Valken- ardson.

W Wilson celebrated his second birth Mrs. Virgil Smith has returnedto : bergh. promoter of the standard I Clothes for Children

day yesterday at a luncheon given her Eighteenth St., home following -'broadcasting station, to be coal -
by his mother at their home, 108 I, an operation at the Or- i structed here, will be In DeLand ; WATCH OCR forGreatly E.UTlrISDOW : 19 W. WASHINGTON ST.

Seabreeze Blvd. ange Memorial Hospital Aug. 15 to work out final plans Reduced I
He is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Miss Stephanie Ambrose of preliminary to construction of the I! I - -
Robert E. Wilson. Assisting the I Jacksonville is visiting Mr. and tower and studio near the city foot- Gift Merchandise
hostess In serving were Miss Mary I Mrs. John Edward Higgins. ball stadium HOME & HOBBY HOUSE '

Ann and Miss Jo Ann Hull. twins. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lund- I City Commissioners Friday night 111} k. Colou.il Drive. AI Coith Says: J.wn, IWII
Young guests included Suzanne 'quist and children and Mr. and voted to await his arrival before
Hull Marilyn Murphy. Billy Murphy Mrs. William Lasater and daughter -I deeding the city garage property I I.
Freddie Robinson. George spent the weekend at Day- ; to him in order to discuss a deed W. have been telling 0 good many things about shod Malt fi ... Pr

Beckwith and Steve Wilson. tona Beach. I restriction giving the city first BARBARA'SBEAUTY plants.: Now we would like to soy something abet Penney. IMw dIw

Award Goes Sheriff and Mrs. P. A. Mero I option to repurchase the property proper locotion Plants are often put M the moot ........ pM. ..... I
Courtesy if it is not utilized as a radio site. SALON
arrived home this weekend after
able at the time they are purchased but now haarion .......e ... IsR .
To Mrs. Mae Miller vacationing for several, days at i OPENING SPECIAL
Coronado Beach. 1 Picnic Class MACHINE PERMANENT Moving them to a spot where they wiN .. .- 110 beRa1p I pS11 i

[Specie! to The Sunday Sent nel.Star rl Mr. and Mrs. James Lee Proctorof Study REG. $12.50 for II." home presents a prob'em' without proper equipment W. ties. harusr
Rldfewood and Rosalind PIa."ZI
DAYTONA BEACH Mgr. Miami are spending several Held by Church Group Opea Evenings oy Appointment truck with the best possible power as well as a lIeN ia1 air hfat. ;
Harry Hall announced yesterday ,
that the Chamber of Commerce's days here' with the formers par- [Spe.c'' t to: ThSANFORD e S .r'1C. CPH: nei-Srrl: ] i I winch so that WI can readily and at tconamicafty M ......... .... hst.

weekly award for an outstandingact ents. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. David. A picnic and a : palms trees and large shrubs to the particular .... .4... absp. willi Ittf
W. R. Dyson left this weekend study class on race relations were
of courtesy was awarded to for Charlottesville. Va, to : held Friday at the home of Mrs. EXPERT serve your wishes. This by the way, is the best MUM. e* ,.. tar eweRy
Mrs Mae Miller. employe of the
Florida Power and Light Co. I visit her daughter. Oleda a stu- i R. W. Herron on the Country Club WATCH REPAIRING palms and most shrubs, while Winter is better fr we** Ret 181 S
I at the University of Virginia w.s.c.s. of the First
I Road by the about landscaping problem.
She received the award on recommendation -I Crystal to fit any wale.BLOCK'S your .
j and will go on to Washington.D. I Methodist Church. It was conducted -
of Edith Hamilton C.. where she will be joined by ;; by Mrs. E. C. Williams Stop ill at our retail display shop at North 0.....e. TWas sally is try
309 N. Atlantic Ave. JEWELRY
1 I Mr. Dyson and visit with their i The Rev. Douglas Charles gave + the low prices will astound you.ORLANDO .
I son. MaJ. J. H. Dyson. : the principal address citing many
11 West Church Street
Cost of Installing Sandra Lee Proctor of Miamiis I of his personal experiences withI

visiting her uncle and aunt. Mr. I Negro theological students Some NURSERIES
Sewers Listed $900
,. 1as I and Mrs. Henry Witte Jr. They 40 persons enjoyed the day and
(Soeciol to The Sunday Sentinel, .Star] motored to New Smyrna Beach" the picnic luncheon at noon. CHINA, GLASS, POTTERY 631 X. Orange Ave.
DELAND-The cost of installing yesterday and were accompaniedi
; sewers according to the request of I home by their daughter. Donna L. C. Petro Named LAMPS & GIFTWARE Phone 7817

three residents of N. Orange Ave. j| who has been the guest there of {I Open Stock Dinnerware LANDSCAPING CARET AKIVG LAW .WUPn' .
will be approximately $900. City I Ada Adams'Transfer. To Group
Mgr. Fred Gross reported Friday I f re ,t to The ,i "i Ser' nel-Star! ORNAMENTAL'' PLANTS

ngiht. :' of Road Funds ,I DAYTONA BEACH-At a meeting I NI-443 N Oraae Ave. Tel. 2.2254
The commissioners Instructed
of the Daytona Beach Board
him to determine whether these Authorized by Board of Realtors, L. C. Petro was elect- -

PRICED TO PLEASE residents would be willing to pay {tSrei> +ci! to The Sunday Sen nel-Star] led to membership. ,
two thirds of th cost. KISSIMMEE-As a result of thCitizens' e, n Pres. Atwood Teagle said that I I
starting this week he will read the
State Bank in St. Cloud
I : Realtor's Code of Ethics. He also
ABCDIAPER being approved by the State
said the variety show which the
Comptroller as a county deposi-
i SERVICE tory, transfer of $77,212.57 in road group will sponsor at the Band-
shell will be held Thursday night. REFRIGERATORSFor
New Accounts and Future and bridge funds was authorized
I Reservations Are Solicited by the Osceola Board of County

I Telephone 2-117' I Commissioners in a meeting yes I Il I
I County roadmen's salaries were

approved and Mrs. Lillian Deyo-

reo. acting for John L. Overstreet !DIAPER SERVICE ITS IMMEDIATE DELIVERY

Ap/cfuncf county clerk:, absent on sick leave r ll.Mrvatim w Immediate ids.r. I ABOUT TIMETHE I
1/ was directed to issue warrants for i PHONE 2-3357 MAKE A


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.. Flu varnish U Not aU Middle American cookery Orlando, Florida, July 27, 1947 <(Trff< femttetg! &tl1tttttl-&tar Page 23 I ortng- two members of the choir r rI f; cv A WPll/

IJI j... .. .._ I of the hot and spicy variety.I _. I and church who are leaving Or- |j fwr! to a (... r .. .
Although much of 1U unusualness ___ , ,. I .
v*" .n""" I . for ..re4slded ..
< lando this week Mrs. Thereee wmbrat tract I' nr
to dmed .
:.rw:: 1 far dtI. from just the 'simple .....
.. addition of a pinch of chili pow- <1.:.; ; r: ( Kochendarfer. contralto soloist a'' fMlad a rMr .. ..
arw. : ::..:: der. How many of us would thinkof < m.lr"J.! ..- I singer of prominence in many. deuat8 .... ....... rrttNity
flora _aoJ'e d. bet naive tall M tI
., lter.a ... l1n. our soup this way. or l States is leaving with her husband
.... snemI1Uu5rae of cutttnc avocado into tiny cubes nutritive VIM to.
along with chopped: eggs and pars- LYa i to make their home in Washington They're a source' ill .pmMi. Mi

R ... Vy as a tarnish in place of the n i State . Miss Eleanor Roney is an outsUBdmt .....nfill Bl
eC .. more familiar croutons: ? i I going to Richmond. Va., to takea addition they provt ,. aNaM1
a 1x11 ....w Bo ..hn you're planning your I iyafiM WITH JEAN POTHERS Summer course at the Assem- and a little iron aid cajeNlat
SI ......... neat dinner party menu be sure Oub Editor] I bly's Training School of the Pres-

..1 eie.sell .. ., *. try this delicious Chicken Soup Regular business meeting of the byterian Church in preparationfor '. w rar
.. *... kartasl with Avocado. Orlando Business and Professional a position as church secretaryand ilets -'
.... CHICKEN SOUP WITH director of religious educa- < vGwiM ...'
I Women's Club will be held tomor- DD
S sr Iasi- pads AVOCADOthkkrn row at the Chamber of Commerce tion . Light refreshments werp 0'.... ral.s
.... ... .. eras S bouillon cubes served and a gift presented to each .e h t.arlsr.n
Bldg. with dinner at 6:30
-- M .... Isittsialnl I cups hot water Members are reminded to make pjn. of the honorees . In addition to k7<:), S I .::.' ; .
.. .... ..... K 1 cup clam: or shrimp broth .. reservations with Mrs. Hedelia the members of the choir and
...ass .... 2 tablespoons sherry their director Joseph R. Mackie.
Burton before noon tomorrow . .
...+.. .e k ar. I S teaspoon salt those present were Dr. and Mr*
W' the recent conferenceof
-. ... .cwt t snl jgym II teaspoon pepper Reports district on 3 will be given at the L E. McNair. the Rev. Jack PowelL entinrl...
+ .... s. ...-...: 'I teaspoon chili powder : meeting. David Kochendarfer. Mrs. J
J V ........ +1 ow rkaL. I cup cubed ripe avocado 'ui 000 1' R. George organist Mrs. Beulah MOVES MERO4A
2 hard-cooked eggs, coarsely t Drake, church secretary, and oth-
Women's Missionary of
I* chopped: ..:.> ers. ,.., ;;; ,
vn AMfMSMfrT 1 1- v the First Baptist Church will meet I & ;rA'
tablespoon chopped: parsley.
DtMolve bouillon cubes in water. ,mss \ : : . il tomorrow at 3 p.m. in the Delaney Flowers of the tea bush arc .. ._ t MIPn
lICK YW lIP Add clam broth, sherry salt, pepper b Classroom of the church . white and slightly fragrant, but 'A ',11. ,- 4' M3 I
... hflIATT D and chili powder. Heat to boil- ?6 y 4 :. 'I.Mrs. John Lipthrott will have are not used commercially.
charge of the program, the subject -
Ins temperature. Place avocado

.- E :..S:.... :t h and*td hard-cooked serving dishes.eggs into Pour pre-hot : ; Religion.being The Cmese and Their

... broth over avocado and egg and :; ; 000
R71Tfi j jMISS
-.........- sprinkle parsley over top. Makes : ;X i Orlando Newcomers Club will OOA

-,-- -- C terring' RNNr ; ;: The Sept.not have club's 10 at a meeting next 12 p.m.meeting at August the will Dubs-be. \\ MILITRIfY


. to be wed here Friday. . betrothal announced. Puritan Sisterhood I No. 320 I I ST. PETERSBURG st I
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-'L-' Dames
of Malta will meet with ; I
FIBRE RUGS ._. 4 I Mrs. Gertrude Decker on W. tgl Florida only Resident MUua., A .
Junior R.O.TC. Unit. Memi! :--' ...11' .....-
........ sad AtMrtcd Tropical Colors Air. SteseI Miss Wilder, Amelia Ave.000 tomorrow at 8 pjn. ft I -, tion of Colleges and Secondary be hoMI.

/ lion of Military\. Collee ana Schools of she
... Orlando Townsend Club No. 2
. .ft. "7-$5.15 ... States. Highest Government Ratites Aa .
e.. 12.51 Jal3..H Will Mr. Thacker Inc., will meet Tuesday at 7:39: teal I 'I I 1-c.-:=-
Marry; p.m. at the Chamber of Commerce }J ,i', +e ..1I1.. University Preparatory School LamiI f J J Ji Jt
"*' .HI I I 1 1I'J j_ ment. Separate Junior DetD rt..ent.
ling-Asphalt Tile-linoleumMfJNtAN Bldg. . There will be an interesting f\\; '
Mrs. Waddell To Be Wed I program community singing rn. A TS For Information Adorn
RUB AND LINOLEUM CO. and a report of delegates to ;--J U ';; ea Col. Walter R. ....... /1.atrlal
Mrs. Edward J. Gutteridge of Mr.\. and Mrs. Guss Wilder of the Washington convention . "- Florida Military Acadewy. M. t'eor's1.etlard. .
.. --. ISr N A**. rbenn %2ISS and 2-2489 Orlando, formerly of Carnegie. Pa. 'tOT'r. ClearWater are announcing the Wayne Albers. State representa- FIca>1a a Lead.-; ILi! i 4". ; .. .
live will also be present.
is today announcing the engage- engagement and approaching i 000 ....
ment of her daughter. Mrs. Betty marriage of their daughter. Jessie Cherokee Council No. 12 Degreeof

LaVerne Waddell to Frederick Lee. to Clarence Lewis Thacker. Pocahontas, is sponsoring a

Dunlap Steese 4th. son of the late I son of Mr.\. and Mrs. Omer S. card and game party on Tuesdayat
Thacker of Kissimmee.The 8 p.m. at the Fraternal Bldg.
Mrs. W. R. Schofield of Yavapai. wedding is to be an eventof . Prizes will be given and refreshments
County Ariz., and the late Mr. F. September 6 at the Calvary served.
D. Steese 3d. of Nogales. Ariz. 'I 1llMISS Baptist Church in Clearwater. 000

Mrs. Waddell attended the Busi- Miss Wilder attended Clearwater Following the rehearsal of the
schools and received a B. A. in Chancel Choir of the First Presbyterian ,
of Pitts-
ness Training College Commerce from Florida State Church
on Thursday evening eI
burgh. Pa.. and is now employedas DOROTHY LEGGETT University. She attended the University , an informal reception was
switchboard operator for the
a of Michigan where she
received held in the Recreation Hall hon-
. whose
Orlandot-Sentinel-Star. engagement to her M. A. degree in Com-
Mr. Steese attended Temple S-Sgt. Elmer Jack Evans is an- merce. This June she receivedthe

University. Philadelphia and dur nounced today by her parents, degree of Bachelor of Laws
\ ing the war served as a captain from the University, of Florida.
\\1// Mr. and Mrs. G. H. of CANCER NEVER
with the 36th Infantry Division. Leggett She has also attended the Univer-
U.s.Army. He was stationed over ; this city. Mr. Evans is the son sity of Colorado and George Wash
1 __ New s/JlJk/;1F" seas in the European Theater. At :iof Mr. and Mrs. E.'J. Evans of ington University in Washington.D. I I: AFFECTS AHEALTHY
colon present he is city editor for The j Philadelphia. Plans for the C. and in 1937 made a tour of I
,bathroom. Orlando Evening Star. ,' Europe under the auspices of faculty -
The wedding will take place wedding will be announced members of the University of ORGANListen I II

DUe 0 and Mfche/t \ Friday. Aug. 1, and plans for the I later.Winter Florida. I

... ..... /S ceremony will be announced this The bride-to-be was head of the to what Sir W. A. Lane, I
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I I week. commercial department of Largo consulting surgeon to Guy's i
I High School and during the war I
BUOO Map> sparkling new brightness kitchen The highway network of the \/ ParkBrevities she was employed by the Federal I Hospital. London England and

Ml tafcreoa walls. Protection too. Its tough United States in recent years Bureau of Investigation in Washington I I physician to King George says:

drank i*..h i* durable!! and maintains that fresh has been financed largely by Congo J.and Hardin served Peterson.as secretary She was to I I "In every case in which I
State taxes on gasoline motor -
Mariana far a long, .long time. Try DUCO on vehicles says a Twentieth i i also clerk of the Public Lands have had an opportunity of

hreie..... .o. You'll get a thrill when you seer Century Fund report. j Br MARGARET GREENE ,. resentatives.Committee of She the House is member of Rep-of verifying it I have found

.. MUly tXXO applied-how I I WINTER PARK Vacation Pi Lambda Theta. national honor- I that the cancer patient was

t N Mv M Main old things look $220 PHONE Z-334J: Bible School, which opens tomorrow ary fraternity in education and I suffering from chronic intestinal -
Pat I at the Church of the Phi Delta Delta national honor- i stasis constipation I
i Dunning night
G. ntYO.1t's
afar : only . QT. ary legal fraternity for women
.. CSS N. Grange AT* Brethren is open to the public having served as chancellor of the and that the infection by

K\\ f/ \ e Prescriptions nightly at no charge.Mr. latter organization at the Univer- cancer was an indirect con- a aI
Immediate Only and Mrs. E.Fred Ward leave sity of Florida. She has been associated sequence of this condition.

Covers walls Fret Delivery this week for New Hampshire and with her father who
-' i practices law in Clearwater. I "If this assumption is correct
:pll It) Vermont. Mr. Thacker graduated from It is obvious that to prevent the
and waf/paper I Mr. and :Mrs. Ralph Ely attended Kissimmee High School and received I II development of cancer it is nec-
SALLAS & SALLAS commencement exercises at the the degree of B. A. in his- to Obviate these changes
one coat 'I, University of Florida Friday when tory and economics from Florida I
> which result in the gastro-in-
SPEE[) ASY < PLUMBING CONTRACTORSand I their son. Denham Girardeau Ely Southern Colleg where he was I testinal tract from the diet and I
1 REPAIR WORK received his degree of Batchelor active in musical athletic and habits.of civilization. The other
of Mechanical Engineering.Mrs. student government activities I
sale *' tak' ody hour after SPEED 534 W. Central Ave. Ph. 8017 having been president of the diseases that affect the subjects
OK -,EASY isffiwJ Albert.Shaw is expected to student ., of chronic intestinal stasis are h
yon Ca re-hang the pictures. It dries that S. F. Sollas J. K. Sallas arrive today from Hastings-on- Kappa body.social He fraternity.is a member Pi Gam of Pi rheumatoid arthritis.Still's disease -

..... Aa r el the wide selection! of beautiful pastel Hudson.Mrs. Van Rensselaer Sickles and ma Mu. national honorary social tubercle. Raynaud's disease w
I splenic affections.
frkta will cover most gloomy walls and wallpaperM RETAIL MERCHANTSWe "i two daughters. Katherine and science, honorary fraternity forensic'Tau Kappa Alpha I I ulcerative colitis, many skin satin
tie Mf. And here'i economy invite you to I;! Gretchen. who have been visiting leave for three years was a mem- diseases, diabetes ulcerative en IlYtralaresew7aae Jt i
Wilbur McL. Davis
:Mrs. .
docarditis. gout etc. ,
i49'GAL. visit our new ber of the varsity basketball team rw,1 g
I i.Ha cevm the avcuge room $ Tuesday for Troy. N. Y.
and the Southern
i4... . . . . . DISPLAY ROOM David Donnelly who has been 1' After completing College one yeas Band.of I * *
ill at the Orange Memorial -
Slade-Booth Show Case Co. seriously ', law at the University of FloridaMr. Hood as1s.1
Is recuperating at' aus..ao. JI
U3 W CCBtril Phone Zt11RAQIO Thacker enlisted in the Army
I'CO Utalmll Hank DU PONT Point Cleaner the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wooda ,1 I Air Corps, where he served five WHY NOT WORRY ABOUT CA. .
Elliott. years. He was awarded the Silver I CER BEFORE YOU GET IT! WHY
lINt Mew luertg I... Crtas and
vet Dirt Mrs. Turner Ratrie leaves'Tuesday -''Star Distinguished
..*w ,.. MN tiaolrmaTail's Loosens grease and dirtfliuhn SERVICE with Rusty. Nell Keith and with Oak Leaf Cluster the Air I METHOD OF COMPLETELY
Mary to visit Brandy and Charleston Medal and 13 Oak Leaf I
1 DUCOMNQUO4 it away- a jiffy I BOMB MOTOROLA AUTO 1 I I I
Va. and the European Theater of
nvua laLeaves painted satiate Expert record changer service work Bradford Operations THE EXPLANATION ISWITHOL'T
Mr, and Mrs. Carter ribbon with four stars. I
and Delivery i
guaranteed Pickup COST OR OBLIGATION.
,w. Dial gloss. to.gh. fright tod ah l1ill.. Grand leave Tuesday for Fontana Village This June he received the degree I

.S.N.sIa.s high that s for tikand enamelware,wo.Ic .. Economy Auto Supply Store N. C.Donald ,, of Bachelor of Laws at the University FEELABLE IMPROVEMENT L
.ety M g... S wohh makes a AHfilloa TU 8. orange AT*. PhoM C443 Schottmuellcr St. Louis, of Florida. He is now a member I: IN TIIREE WEEKS Free Home Demonstration PHONE t
1 1.95 who has recently returned from of the law firm of Thacker
y of dra
ftl er. service with the Army of Occupation and Thacker in Kissimmee.The I No matter what your trouble is within 50 mile radius
11 PT. in Japan is visiting his uncle I couple plan to make their II II I I believe that I can help you. 2 4406

THOSE WHO KNOW Col. R. L. Moseley.Mr. home in Kissimmee. Members of I have had exceptional success of Orlando. Closed at Noon Sat.
I IttiuR and Mrs. J. W. Morris have i the Florida Bar Assn.. they will in stomach trouble and in the
PONT PAINT: SERVICE: CENTER SO TO returned from Miami where they practice law there.WAXED permanent relief of constipation -
visited Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Sny- I I accompanied by fermentation -
I HANDBAGS and distressing intestinalgas.
der.Miss Olive Kellog arrived Fridayto Apply an even coat of good I II All drugless methods.OU' .
LONG'SON spend two weeks at her houseon I quality floor or furniture wax to I ,
Kenwood Ave. your new leather handbag to protect -
I Hours 9 to 12 1 to SIn I
'e -
it from stains and to
Prof and Mrs. Howard Bailey f keep It
ORANGE AVENUE and daughter Lynn left Friday j from drying out and from being Orlando 23 Years
I for Birmingham. rain splotched. I
I :Mrs. E.-C. Baggett has returned 25 North Thornton St. p
spay NORTH OP from BWe Ridge. N. C. where It was on the well-curb of Fort
J THE ORANGE COURT HOTEL she spent three weeks. Dick Bag- Crailo in Rennsselaer N. Y.. that I Dial 2-3031 for Appointment
WINTER PARK gett is in Camp Elliott and will Dr. Richard Shuckburg. British d
be home the latter part of August. army surgeon sat watching the CHARLES B. McFERRAN
Anita Whitmore. of the June Colonial troops gather in 1758 and I
-' graduating class will enter Stet- i I, whistled the tune and composedthe Naturopathic Physician 423 S. ORANGE AVE., ORLANDO I
Greene will satirical verses of "Yankee
i. son this Fall: Anne
enter Wooster College. Wooster. Doodle.
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I Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Hoffmanleft
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4 I : yesterday for Sanibal Island.
Rolfe'Davis :
J. Mr. and Mrs.\ H. A. Gross leave Lifetime ALUMINUM
this morning to visit Troy and

Schenectady. N. Y. .
The Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth .
; Announcessouatlon ;. Rogers nave as guests the Rev. and .
Mrs. John Hanger and children. uwN
Barbara and John Jr.. of Ft. Lau- i CASEMENT WINDOWS"They
derdale.The Rev.Hagner was for- I"

I It I- The As Of k merly pastor of the Winter Park :
II t Methodist Church.Mr. IewfIL.
I I t. n aa fI and Mrs. Lloyd Bass. Lloyd are Beautiful but Tough"IN
I Jr.. Mary Louise and John have : II.. .
returned from Cocoa Beach.Tea .

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i Methane Gas CfnTRArfLQ RJDAS1Sf' WHAT To

j Blamed for a 0

jj Mine Deaths 1 .

Th tuinou State ).
inrtm i yesterday the
3 Mch. kitted 27 miners here R 4% By HANLEY POGUE
ruawiaUon of methane
The board's pr yon think this nation is on
MI Uw uagedy. which 1 ,iI t the verge of inflation
.. m the old Ben Coal . THE ANSWERS
H,. a mine laid the blast
s** aU mpects. was not L)( E. C. Bateman Jr.,grocery clerk.
M.....mr* on the Bart of : Zellwood:
.,....... L Walker, State i "i IT' -No. I do not think so. Manufacturers -

of sawea and minerals, ......... rices I
( --
w : ,
:: - and will :
w. rftJIIf1 It Mid that .
N I.satsri.....1MNd.. the explosion ')'. " \rrq Recent them run i : DID FOR THIS HOUSE-IT CAN DO FOR YOUR HOME

....I smral.k.....trrtkr wrr U for be I 1 r' .t .A .,. by have been nontriOll1ng "1 .
.>r. .... >U>>*r Lather ,... d u c t i o l 't <
..... : and
pr -.4 rest Tue+ ..
..4 twrntn(. ) 7127'r' <<. '" -; '" .",....... ,;. money er. is I. . .:,.. . . r
4moes Mayr4 away ,. \ J : .:- ':. :; v < '
1"'jJ : ::
/ : t
.. people
1 k A mourning .' 'J\' !:. J. (/., '< ; : h
111 Spruuftrld. IU.. ,, of paying the L. w 0' '
I.. u.ta. president of FLIGHT THRILLS: Pres. Linton E. Allen of the First high prices and i. ';#
.... Wwkera Union is Bank at Orlando and Mrs. Allen pose in a Beech- stop buying the I : :..:7"r:; ;
cost will ess-
Ii sikMhrr an aide said drop. At Bateman
".f uM have no after returning from viewing The City Beauti- Present most of the prices are in :' t'A.
.. .Mtttcaiton reports. the air at night. Both joined in praising the beauties direct proportion to rising incomesand
Mrs. Allen adding: "I never realized how big our, this is not inflation.. I _,+'( A.
._ : >
Nutcaps County in. I ..
i city is until I saw it from the air. X. S. ,
\ M hw* as the entire McGarity auto parts dealer ,.
\\ ah.twtt' !! & Eustis: ,-'
1 =-- "Compared with pre-war worth
\ Air View Emphasizes I of money. we are in an inflation /5tiy
I / and I believe it ;
DUTCH-LAP Beautiful'I will get' worse before -

Asbestos as 'City "Money gets better is

I I FRANKLIN H. STEVENSON plentiful and the i
ltrTO4: SIDING I fGy.: Editor, The Sunday Sentinel-Stnr] value is flexible
\. ASrillLT I I The City Beautiful: should fear no challenge a. but a dollar is

J'' GUTTERand 'I'I day or night-especially if the night view is 'ii-1:: less buying a less c h and day s t -- 1 .. -v--.J--.. -..
air. I
DOWN SPOUTS II 1.' ; and the economists -
L T. JE ;I opinion is concurred in not only by the writer, r. "T. claim this is I
the many persons. who attended inaugural night i n f 1 ation. The
R.*flaf and Sheet ) the city during the 4 people appear to '
$ft .AfesaMUr It I McGarity be better off because i ....,7E S -
TeL I I and Mrs. Allen who were among incomes have also increasedand rpV> -r-
f Pres. Linton E. Allen of the the first to make the trip. most people can afford the I
First National Bade at Orlando I "It's really pretty." Mrs. Allen things they need which was not
declared. "Until I saw Orlando always true before the war" :
from the air, I never realized how *
YOU HAVE TO MAKE CALLSTO big our city is. And just wait until -. Mrs. Delma Perry, service sta- I R
my daughter hears I've been tion operator. Tavares: ;
GET RESULTS flying In an airplane at night!" I -No it looks to me like we are I H
Allen declared that Orlando I, heading for a depression. Hard -
times usually fol-
from the air at night was one ,
low In the wake
of the most beautiful sights he
;of all ,
wars according -
v had ever seen. Both said night
i to history -
flying was a real thrill.The ,
and I do
City Beautiful from I not believe it will :
the night air. is a series of I be different this
I multi-colored lights. The main time. I think
I thoroughfares the most brilliantly that Florida will ,

LESS TRAVEL TIME: . . relief. lighted stand out in sharp it feel first.the effects Low cit-of

ALLOWS MORE SELLING TIME Colored lights from business rus prices of the '
signs make intriguing patterns past year were Mrs Perry -1
Florida Airways' fast flight schedules-your modern The many lakes, circled by street certainly no indication of inflation
i( means of building bigger and better sales records. and house lights look like diamond -I, and here.prices Money will is soon becoming start dropping.scarcer 4 ,i.AS .
I You'll! find It's GOOD BUSINESS TO- rings or necklaces depend- When this happens jobs will become -
ing on their size and the heightof ,
harder to get and a depres-
the plane. I sion will start" ITISNOW
SIX AIR TRAVEL Oddly enough. It is somewhat * *

FLIGHTSDAILY CARDS easier to pick out landmarks and I, W. T. Bevil poultryman, Kis- i
spots of interest at night. The
I ACCEPTEDI writer's wife remarked accusingly simmee"Yes.:I think inflation is just AS IT WAS .
from her point of vantage 1.000 outside the front door. Prices are "
feet in the air that the porch light increasing too i
had been left on at hooie-and it fast and the dollar ':' ,. < : -
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certainly had! ,, is getting ". ." ..1' ,
r: ;
tOIlIJI/llllt!! !! Carl Wootten. president of cheaper all the 4-y .,:.
\Vootten Aviation Industries. time. People J ,
{ I Inc.. who inaugurated the seem to hate lost
flights piloted the Beechcraft their head and ; "
i. i. do not realize the : .
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"" 1.L 1.21.0aaa! t i.* value of ,
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OLD LINE LEGAL RESERVE < anymore. They ,
will kind
\ I .w pay any ff '
.,/ of price for any- : "
-...... '. thing they want. .. ......... ...
I "t.i. I' ..
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Jt S .
i. The Federal Gov- ;:
1A j Bevil I : :lu : :' "-
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\ ... 1, ernment should have halted the .

qii:{(:J41-'"" ; ' .......- lIl b: releasing trend a long controls time ago"instead of "',--- :. ,

prices get out of
ir.Jpr- :!!in * : .
I \ Homer Ett tavern operator
JM iNC t OMRA q Tavares No.. we: are not on the verge of -, .

n. YUari ., .,,_ kw J' 5 an inflation: it has arrived. Pricesare
sky high and
going higher and r-t
,OL IIrJDfl t'FLOtID .PHONE a dollar is worth
= about as much ,
4000 : as 25 cents was .
A FLORIDA CORPORATION ; before the last '

: people war. However have .a tw. rtr IHIF I-- .I

.\ plenty money )

t New Budget :I purchase with which things to ', s.- s 1-

they want and Ett .r'
Plan- .'prices will continue upward as
: long as this condition continues to
exist. Most people would rather
: have inflation than a depression
l CoversHOSPITAL > unless their money becomes abso-
I .
i > lutely worthless.
c > + Mo
n Bonanza in which we were rid
I Ine and pointed out the points
: of Interest. AMC d :
/ t Tinker Field glided under our
SURGICAL ) wings and we could see tiny fig-
) ures running bases-and there k e. 2 ARx
r was a good crowd present. Sports
) activities were also going on under
.. LOSS 'OF TIME lights at the Exposition Grounds. + + I yw/ rda !r
}I Coming in for the landing the
i }) field lights made a prominent
boulevard out of the landing strip
YOU CHOOSE THE PLAN TO FIT YOUR. to which we were assigned.

NEEDS AND YOUR BUDGET Corn constitutes 30 per cent of
all harvested crops In the United
PAYS PERMA-STONE is not tacked-on siding but PERMA-STONE is never pointed tfct
is made from real stone and molded stonerby colors are obtained by pow.... "

IPERATIONS-INJURIESI80% Plan'100' % Plan'120' % Plan'150' % Plan REFRIGERATIONSERVICE N stone to your building, new or old, over any rock.

_FIRST DAY $12.00 15.00 $18.00 $22.50 I w! type of surface.PERMASTONE.
PERMA-STONE will add wWt its t1M M
NEXT 3 DAYS 8.00 10.00 12.00 15.00 I Used Refrigerators u

RUT 60-DAYS 4.00 5.00 6.00 7.50 'I Prompt Bought-Llnclent and-Beasonabl Sold ua uE a E! is waterproof for the life of the value of your building.I .

FJEXT 61 DAYS 2.40 3.00 3.60 4.50 : w. repair aD makes and type I
building. PERMA-STONE is moderate in. c.It.
Don't Fuss

.'F RST DAY 8.00 10.00 12.00 15.00FJ : Backed by M yean experience i i PERMA-STONE, IS APPLIED BY OUR FACTORY TRAINED EXPffW
I I' I C3 MataotU An. I
tf EXT 3 DAYS 5.60 7.00 8.40 10.50 I. F.H.A. TERMS

NEXT 60 DAYS 4.00 5.00 6.00 7.50 E.1 FANS .. .

REXT 61 DAYS 2.40 3.00 3.60 4.50I : SEE US FOR FREE ESTIMATE

I Premiums As Low As 80c Per Month I j, 15% Discount .
On AD Types of Fans-
FROM 8.00 10.001 I 12.00 t 15.00 I While They Last
f ,
SU.UilOALS. UP TO 240.00 300.00: 360.00 l 450.00 WASHING MACHINES UP

IlI. LOSS OF TIME INDEMNITY Ayoiloble-Occupotionol or noft-Occupationol- : Immediate Delivery/ 7 0STEPS L

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Workers Give Strict AttentionTo Citizens Urged I Orlando, Florida, July 27, 1947 Mlle fi-unteg frrnttaI-&tar-- Pigs ]If

Problems of Osceola Vets Woman
Freak Accident Injures

lr 101 GRIFfIN To Have X-rays C L
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"Vi i rt' Cirrtipondent!
BMMMMKfvOtrrola Mrs. Ralph McMillan 68, of 120 who was Un
...... .4 .tt*..*.n these days County acording veterans to reports are getting from i I I'1 t Soenol to The Sunday Sent'net.S'orlKISSIMMEE ] S.: Lake Silver Dr. Winter Haven lamp PMt and ..-. .......,

.... Trr ttI WOI. County service- officer, and NorVet..r. -'I -Hundreds of y eli received minor injuries to her left missing by Incite tfc.. ...... ..
low handbills circulated lo in freak automo- ....... lI.1
I were irm yesterday a window of the A
... II Vuud .fis Administration worker, who serveMtassl..s Osceola County yesterday by irn bile accident at 863 N. Orange Are. and Linoleum (..
2.M9_ex-aotditr.. ,I county civic organizations aiming 9 According to Patrolmen J. V
lmti. U ...... eR tints warN :.. I 1 I to make the July 29-Aug. 2 X-ray Jackson and Donald Slover who The car came to teat ea t-.
sOers lea Tte..6y. here I I 'program in the area one-hundred se investigated Ralph McMillan 63. McMillans left ana IB site t__
i per cent effective. her husband, started the motor of row space. not more thus sat
_r m l amy TtNnda 1, Club To Begin I St. Cloud. Holopau, Narcoosee. his: fluid drive car which was between the store! wteAee w .tt,
whit lwew .... a veteran 'KenansviUe. and outlying sectors Y I Iv parked at the curb lamp post and wa 1.eM. .
ter N Y I..r In KU- were canvassed by groups who aa The car Jumped the curb, her husband accordtnc N
Ie ..... ram have agreed to help the County knocking: down lIrs.lcIUlan patroitnen.APPLIANCE _
ttw rwtntr in Night Patrols I Tuberculosis and Health Assn. I Ii k &:' 6ti 'wNW _
._ ..MU+g hrtpto i under the leadership of Truett
..... .*. part of I Schellenberg. find every curable
case of TB in the county.
ktf ht (rends a '' I ,
'jcw> 'f- Tr'e1 Sen"nel-Star]
eUM ... In $.. Or- I The handbills urged every citi- I Vi7J
.... ... .Ma wE+ rrfad DAYTONA BEACH-The Assistant zen to take advantage of the free i CENTERModern
Hera NIl .......... aids Constables Club in a meet-service I which is "painless harm- r
tlstrr T1. VA man _ho InS Thursday night discussed.less and speedy." Foodhandlers in
.. the county were enjoined to be
waeM.A veteran in plans for starting night patrols Household Appliance
; ,
tt1M f1.e..rrk.. tre among the first to have photo-
.... tt.4 Ctses( of. I i i throughout the city in an endeavor graphs of their chests made thus At Once . A'o Waiting Lit
M (M rtes a tat .< credit to reduce the number ol complying promptly with State . dt .__ //i iA
sw dtMM crimes and misdemeanors among regulations which require the information -
juvenile delinquents.The to be placed on food I 31 E. Church St. Teleph e 21796
b's dape at Anab
patroling. which begins tonight handlers' health cards. _
1.4 b. aide that will be done by the members :
,..... '. Opt E"lings-llchllli W.dl'''T*
lit ) ( .craftawl Jtlth about three'on duty each ;
....... .. night under direct supervision of I Police ApplicantsTo C J
f. .. ....It. It* brMMb elected constables.
w,".... .... Night classes in criminology and Be Considered
....... rr.. ..It",. law enforcement with FBI agentsas I '
I lSo< 'to The cjndoy Sentinel-Star]
Ki Mtr bIw.If ,. Instructors are to be offered:
..... lOOn the first class probably start- DAYTONA BEACH Police Featuring:
Chief Tom Johnson said
yesterday -
tb 1 ..- ... ..k ..m If ins Tentative Aug. 5. that he would: begin going RALPH M'MILLAN OF WINTER HAVEN six inches and come to rest in the position One of C.nfrr.f
plans to form
..a. M.o..eN.. et- M.apiiteattnrne said. lie girls club were also] discussedand a -!I, over Civil applicants Service rolls listed as on eligible the city's for!I ,started the motor of his fluid drive car whileit shown. Mrs. McMillan received only minor y.Florida's Lotgat

.... ..... sI W _8ft"'l aU girls 16 years of age or appointment to the police force i was in gear with the above results, according ,injuries In above photo Patrolman Donald '
.. ......., ...... oUk'f'r over who are Interested are askedto Monday. II 1 Slover questions a City Cab driver P A. Juvenile fwfti
t1M.MR_ tAM. IS sealtos contact any member of the It was expected that he would I! i to police. The car jumped the curb Howe'!!, who arrived immediately after the accident ,, / DeporfrowlsSTORKLINE
. club before the next meeting }
.I fill out interview the men at the top of knocked down Mrs. McMillan who stand. ,:
i was while Patrolman J. V. Jackson
scheduled I ,
..... W for Tuesday night. [right] .
btsg.stL --- the list and request certification, ing beside it, missed the window by less than .
._ .. examines the car
0' Weed said I I of those deemed qualified to fill KROLL .
!lilt e1Ar'.w 'veteransttr his headache was getting veteransto 1 vacancies created by the discharge I'
.ar' ... I. l.4.. u the apply for their terminal leave of three policemen several weeks I THAYER
.a.. .. ..... 01 IIMUT- before it's too late. He says that ago and by another who has been National Guard Group Studies' mediate construction. Franklin .
.. l, Merriweather said he would not - .
M -bttfl. ... MU1resulted the original or a true copy of granted a leave of absence. ,
m rasa M4 separation orders is all that the I Asked how many would be back the move, unless he was assured -
.. rus. Mtarmaiten liven veteran needs and that manyORcfoola named to the force Johnson said Plan To Stop his taxes would not be raised.
.. .... .... se.sisleatsoni. and County men and womenare that it was up to the Civil Service Plans Atkinson pointed out that a con- I
.e.sas Mt.. 'ere mud- In line for the leave if they'll ,I Board. He did say however that Studied tinuous wall would be necessary if
"-. take time out from civilian life to the force needed Beach Erosion
more than three; there was to be any kind of protec- ,
+ s ether hand, said sltn one more Government form. men but would not name the number tion. FURN'1TU1IE
-- -- i :I I SANFORD Members of Company "x. .l I 'o tie Sunday sen' -set,Sw] I J I I Oil is produced in 18 of 23 Wy- 483 N. Orange Ave. TL 2.1171MEN'S

2, 124th Infantry Regimentof NEW SMYRNA BEACHPossible -I oming counties.
New Radio
: BABY STROLLERS"Walk0Ride" ] ; the 48th 1I1!. Div.. Florida Part, plans to stop beach erosion -- .
To Begin Tests met Thursday night at the -Sanford and thereby save houses and other I -- -
property along the
oceanfront were It
; =Reg. $9.95 ISoe[ 'for' to The Sunday Senfinet-Star] : Armory to transact further discussed by a group of Peninsula I REVIVALNorth
toward the
DAYTONA BEACH-This city's''I reestablisht at the Coronado Beach
; PRICE newest contribution to the air! ment of the local National Guard Hotel Friday night. While no final Park Baptist Church i ,
$09.95 waves. WROD will start making !here which has been inactive since decision was made about the erec- North Mills at Woodward ,
7 test transmissions early in September :its absorption into the Army. dur- tion of a seawall, several proposals I

eSPECIAL manager. said Edgar yesterday.The Sperry.. station ing This the is war.a rifle company, accord- were Lot made.Atkinson who served as HEAR "Cliff" [A Layman] Holcomb

ing to John Pope. Osst. S-3 Division chairman Secretary of Florida Baptist Brotherhood
BUMBY HARDWARE, GO. transmitting equipment. ; artillery explained that a wall t
headquarters, and is
studios and offices will be housed of rock could be built for 500 feet SUNDAY "The Mastered "
not confined to county lines but !is a.m.: Layman.
WINTER PARK in a modern concrete block build- j along the ocean front from the I t
open to all men in Sanford and
ing at the southern end of South Flagler Ave. approach to the SUNDAY-7:45 p.m.: "Businessmen in the Greatest 5
St.. ,vicinity The company when com- Coronado "
I Beach Sperry said and will Beach Hotel which he Business.
organized he said will
have a power output of 250 wattson described as the area most seriously "
MONDAY "The and His Home.
I' have a total. of : Layman
strength 188
ELEVEN YEARS IF PROVEN QUALITYlAfrVIW a frequency of 1340 k. c. men affected by the washouts.He x
and Thursday nights at 8 p.m. TUESDAY "The Layman and His "
Sperry announced the appoint- have been quoted a bid from the Cad- : Community.
chosen for
ment of Earl Young. as program meetings. dell and Jackson Construction Co. "
Brig. Gen. Joseph C Hutchisonwho WEDNESDAY: "The Layman and His Church.
director and P. A. Scott as chief is division of Jacksonville which said it could ,
of the
\ engineer. Both men have had wide Florida Part, says the National build the proposed wall for $6 a AH Evening Services at 7:45 P.M.
said.experience in the radio field, he Guard has a number of incentivesfor linear foot, or a total of about Station \\\\DBO-9 AJM ,
1 men from 17 to 55 years. Two 3000. ,
'fCAM MAK BBL hour weekly drills will be held and Other types would be more ex- Monday Tuesday and Wednesday-EoU Park Open-Air
< *U*.U*. Vr.tUa Blind. Awning and Shutter T each private will receive $2.50 each pensive, Atkinson said Although i Service Sunday-3 P.M.
YES DELIVERY drill and up to $5.50 per drill for most property owners favored im- i
ftORIDA APPLIANCE & SUPPLY, INC.trerwerlr non-commissioned officers.

II... Insulation Co.I O'Weal-Branch Go. Also membets of the National : : : : : : ---Y ..
MS ORANGE AX. WINTER: PARK. FLA. Guard have the advantage in after<, '
.lltP F\ WINTER PARK ORLANDO Office Supplies it Equipment years of receiving retired pay from
JiW us 6890 PHONE 2.4533 the State of Florida amounting to IIII
one-half the regular Army base
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that those who have had '
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.h .. a M years depending on the amount of Thorpe's'Wants
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DA YTC" '!"H-As a resul I
f :\ f of a let--' *d by the city't

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!I I ""'auer'- 'an ty on copies booklets housing of;wil thecity's -afarvar 1 Yes, through the medium of fine furniture, true

j 'oon 5niandn be ,their Poland way Switzer-intr i salesmanship, excellent service and economy of J I

; land, and other European countries '

.to be studied by housing experts 1 price we are placing at your disposal the prime

t It The letter which was read, at : of IIi H
requisites good
Friday night's Planning Board itI ,
1 meeting by Secy. Francis R. MIlls
1J said in part. "When I was in Eu-

I s lope last Winter Housing attending and the Town International A sincere desire make the satisfied customer. I IIII

officials Planning in Congress several countries a number askedme of III ;is the chief aim of our business and your suggestions

j, particularly to send them representative -
J materials on American I for improving in our operation will be
j i housing and town planning. any way grate-
I "In looking over recent planning
i publications. I have been par- ': fully received.
ticularly struck with, your excel-,
lent and handsome report. I am

i : sure people this in would Europe interest, and I planning wonderif Visit our store tomorrow and every day and let IiI

you could possibly spare 40
I copies to send to them. our salesmen and other members of our experiencedstaff

I! 3\ DeLand Board to Hear assist you in the selection of furniture to fill

; Plumbing Amendments
: I needs and wants.
>- Sc@cia' to The Sjndcy SenTrnef(-Star ; your
I DELAND The controversial i
amendments to the"plumbing code ,
of DeLand will again be heard by Take advantage of all our services and give us
R the City Commissioners tomorrow ;
night at 7:30 pjn according to : the of satisfied
i -- City Mgr. Fred Gross who stated' ( opportunity making you a customer.
iF the 12 master plumbers licensed
F in the city has been asked to reappear we
before the body. II We wish to thank our friends and patrons of
SURE I'M SMILIN' Gross stated the amendmentshad K.. ..'
been approved by the State Central Florida
for the
Board of Health. splendid support given us
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t And why not. 1"y. Just put my merchandizing problems into I I I ill I during our recent promotion; the success of our
I hands of on. of the Sentinel-Star's advertising representatives. .

NOW I'm worry free. for Sentinel-Star advertising great auction sale was due solely to the interest =

; consultants or* trained experts in the merchandising field. I Iusm ,ill ,- .-
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.Murder Charge ''- State Orange commander, American, and Legion Judge i W. C. Bradley I Alcohol Taxes in '46 j 1,500 Coal Miners }, Cattlemmm'sTraiM" '" .... ..' ..,I

4 %4 t Sydney Herlong Jr., Leesburg, g Total $3 1-2 Billion | Idled by Walkout \ W P... I
'In Four Deaths [right] at a barbecue I
-1 yesterday WASHINGTON [rAP The Distilled JENKINS. Ky. (API Approximately ,I NEW ALBANY >Ot1BtalpfM ...11111s-
t on Bear Lake. [Story on Spirits Institute. Inc., said 1,500 coal miners were idle'' Offtrrr t ntin _
.LW I NAt 1ff'IU1 Tot TAP. ] One Dies at of 84 three here day h !lot the ... .
Page ] Age last night Federal State and local at mines near as a result to *.aro' dt
.. I a-4 t Ilnt{ 41 prominent :.-.- __ Governments collected $3.482,244- of a walkout of 25 workersat Hbertrhos Dtll.rrt 1o t......... I I
-.w Alarota "9Iir wa. fort on \ 4 aa :914 in taxes on alcoholic beveragesin the Consolidation Coal Co's *> tarw n afr'uad M a ........
... COLUMBUS, Ga. [rAP W. C. 1946-a 15.28 per cent Increaseover central praparationt plan in JenkIns area n<- esntal MeelAat of
on chart :
< 1945. Federal Governmentgot , which services the mine. \
. Bradley, 84. who began life on an r
1WaIr. MM ..>*l>a ol four mem $2.741.133.792. the 48 States ,
r d .gS 'M" Ban An.I aKs Alabama farm and amassed one and the District of Columbia $694.- -

__ ___ ..hid May 2S on of the South's greatest fortunesin '030053.47081069.and local Governments ASPI ,TLINOLEUM, RUBBER 8i COI X T".. .
cotton and Coca died of
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a heart attack at hi shome here iI AND BROADFEIT FLOOR CtWMIM I
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.. 1.... M .. InverthU residence today at 4 pjn. ,Fireproof, storage 1200 N. Mills St. Orn4! MM. Mi
fk11.nlr )*94. wife. R1I.s k Bradley already had extensive Mover. of line furniture J,.. A ., ..... ._._ -_ .......* BBBBBBB
textile and other interests when
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MIll its 1)leL) s Ernest Woodruff, became the UtiSPECIAL "' -

..... Me....* .( Ik.. family principals in the syndicate which I J1II. : :
the Coca Cola Co. from r.nasernCr
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. A. IS. wh al. Asa G. Candler for $25 million.
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>. In It* hi. fled. the unveiling at the Capitol of a from Pres. Truman expressed 4 HOURS DRY CLEANINGService --I-
100th With their associates. Brad-
ftopr ..... kteer. ROM appeared Birthday plaque symbolizing the friendship pride in Liberian achievements.More ley and Woodruff made millions All...:........ ..
I AM..>* ,..iee. headquar- ,I Observed in Washington between the African democracy I of dollars from this investment MANGHAM'S CLEANERSALTERATIOYS y w.'... : ...:: lJiV $Jt tWE
.1 sod HIM ;
IUD ; than IV million people
I the United States. Justice DELIVERY
.- eftMfcartrd' could be I' WASHINGTON [API The 100th and I Bradley served Coca Cola in
[. hkt .... II* WM arrested 'I anniversary of the founding of LIberia Jackson of the Supreme Court;''live around the shores of the har- I several capacities and at one time I 440 W.Phone Robinson 2-0708 Ate. ELIVIII: v4 *35 t r .--." M *.. '..
..Mi M*. tea been heldMPeVlkMr I I was observed yesterday with was principal speaker. A message'bor at Sydney. Australia. was chairman of the board. I

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i C Ilf\1CID\] rrIID1 CIctffi\ylE( ) mncdl LBMO & Crop Estimates Off I

Covers Central Florida Agricultural Interests Like the Morning Dew .: ... I l/2 1 Per Cen.t Since 29

_ f+!' 28 itlJt-imfetg &ntttt l-&tar Orlando, Florida, July 27, 1947

Institute I Attracts f Over a period of 18 years, Government' fXtohr ru.

mates of Florida citrus production have come WI"' "

Industry Eyes per cent of the final crop reports statistics of the $.

Citrus Growers Bureau of Agricultural Economics showed vesterd.\

Many ; Starting with the 1929-30 season the Government_ *t hFall

has estimated: citrus production -0
Canners Bill I which of the 1946-47 sea I
'with final produettMi fi u'''' 051
[C"r On *"=it (spcHcTl I son totaled 884,400.000 boxes, .
n each arc a* follows ,
'9r k H TAVARES-Outstanding among the meetings of citrus ; while the final crop reports show- > year
"\ ed 872.100.000 boxes. 1920-30. Oetoter wtoaat at l<
the PtorfcU cltrui industry will
held throughout the Nation, is the Annual Citrus
growers However not taken In accounting i million boxes final product... *
.. tkWu action of the next i Astor'
Growers Institute held at Camp McQuarne near in this comparison are four
MSs... .| CMurtM m legislation 1 I Is 18.100.000 boxes: IMO-31 :2 t 1.1
the Ocala National Forest. I I major disasters in 1934-3S
Park in crop -
million boxes and 3* mllto! baa**.
IaMte4 ky lien Claude Pepper f i' the and shores of beautiful little 1939-40 1944-45 and 1946-47.
Here, among pines a 1931-32. 2t 1-2 mUlMi bo* awi.
M fMeIs1M. rumen under the mar- 1 sand bottom lake, the Institute. I In a total of forecasts madein 24.900000 boxrs 1W2.33 2J t 14

trto Mmmrnt provisions said will be held Aug. 25-29. I seasons in which there was million boxes and 3> amnion 'nr

Ire ***. Ford cf the Florida I Jersey Show no major disaster the Government 1933-34. 24 1-2 million boar, end
The Citrus Institute 1* designed crop reporters now headedby 28800000 boxes:
late Burma
ywurday to be of interest and J. C. Townsend Jr. were an*
I f 1934-35: 3< Billiuti bo*"* snit
AMmwti too late for action at value to the citrus grower and Sale Slated average of 6 per cent too low in 32800000 boxes I DAM.'rirmt. .
tfcM m.>oa Uw Pepper bill will his family. Throughout the day I j I their October estimates. i, mate 24 1-2 mtllioB buM- ..,'.

.. e* the wrench when Congress ,"wy.x ,k 47 o between the hours of 9 a.m. and During 14 non-disaster years, 1 36, 26600000 and 1-2 m.Ii.! ..
t N"'tOM. The IecbJ.Uon is perfRraselN 4 pm. the industry's top experts For Orlando ; the BAE's October estimates boxes: 136-37 31 J-2 tItsiIi...
m that It permit proces- and marketing ,
production -
in I showed a total of 600700.000 boxes and 40.700.000 bnr i 111138. -
ten I* COM within the punrtew of lines discuss the problemsof Annual purebred show and sale
I boxes while actual production totaled 37 million bout and 41 Ion lies
tw loft If they elect to do to. Ford the industry with the grow of the Florida Jersey Cattle Club 638,800.000 boxes. The Gov- boxes: 1.3... M 1.1 .n"Jwa
aspt !a d.Attditlwt. .:j ers. will be held at the Central Florida ernment over-estimated produc- boxes and M MMM boxes
Ma by Ben. Pepper to Fairgrounds Nov. I(I .
I Meals and lodging accomoda-I Exposition tion in three years and underestimated 1939-40. 53 m\Htfm b s r and
.. wind over to the next *e" 20, Pres. George Sixma of Lake j I frr ..
facilities the I Indian River Refrigeration tions available for the entire it in 11. 43.900.000 boxes pout -iw 1 t;-
Ilea ..* ('8Nr.wou14lD&ke Fed- KEY TO THE EXPANSION of Fort Pierce as as ; Helen announced. : check of disaster-loss estimates boxetMO41
A 41400000
mod- mate
Mal turn Ubor camp auch u the an outlet for the rich Indian River citrus district Terminal! .shown above. Also located at the erate family since Rates the are only charges made I I "This will be our best and made immediately after 56400000 boxes aM MMOOiO:

MM at Zriivood available to local port site is the plant toof the theFort Pierce Growers are for meals. Lodging accomoda- largest sale with approximately freezes and storms showed that boxes: 141-42 ........ and W
for and sprawling Everglades vegetablepro- '
Sf**M troupe continuing use
Assn., believed be largestduction tions are loaned to persons attend- 40 Jersey cattle to be offeredon the Government was 6 1-2 per 1-2 million boxes: 1M2: -44 Oa,.
after laW
of the
esptnuon. next December.lrtIftw present. area is the port, with such waterfront packing house. ing the Institute by the Florida' the auction block" he said. i cent too conservative in its loss 800.000 boxes and ..100 ooo bi<...:
Agricultural Extension Service reports. But following the Febru- 1943-44 M million taw. and Oay
-If. ok who own the camp and direct the A four-man sales committee' ary freeze of 1947, the BAE in I. 800000 boxes:
Citrus Institute. headed by Sixma will tour the its March forecast was less than 1 1944-41. t3 aullion boar aM
Equipment Port Giving Fort Pierce Persons attending the Institute State to select cattle for the sale.I 1 1-2 per cent off. It then said I 69.300.000 bases I Ip -..UM. e.ali .

must provide their own sheets Others on the committee are W. the crop would total 86300,000()) mate 66.300.000 bow I 14*-OH
t SPRINKLERS pillows and other personal effects J. Nclan and Joseph Graham of boxes while final reports showed a 86 million boxes and M tselbas
and are housed in the cottages Jacksonville and C. W. Reaves :I production of 81 1-2 million boxes; 1946-47 101 NS.051 MsI1.
PWtfS-ENGINES used by 4-II Club boys and girls'' State extension dairyman of : boxes. and 87 1-2 million.boxes vs e
Basis for Big Expansion when they attend camp earlier in Ii Gainesville I i! During: this same period I freeze estimate M 34M.OM base I
Sixma said emphasis would be I Florida citrus proudction has
the Summer. I --- - -
rH eteVIS AND FARMS .. recreation are placed on Jersey cattle raised in I'.i increased from 18.100.000 boxesin The Chaldeans of th. Old World

0.... ........... 1enIe. If DICK COOPERSunday though not In the near future be- the Florida East Coast into, the I I Facilities for swimming I Florida at the 1947 show although 1929-30 to 87 1-% million and the Iroquois InrtiMii of uw
... ( ...tgsii' ( Sentinel-Star Staff Writer cause of international trade obstacles Lake Okeechobee producing area available. Boating, : cattle from other States would be boxes in 1946-47. New World both the Mf
a FORT PIERCE-Folks in thl on the citrus export busi is expected to add to the importance horseshoe!!, volley the Institute ball etc., are- I used to complete the program. I'I October estimates. as compared Dipper "The Great called.....
busy East Coast port city are bet ness. of Fort Pierce as an agri- all a part of program ---- --- - -- --
; ting heavily on its future as an McManus who also is presidentof cultural outlet for interior Florida. and Red Cross live saving
,c outlet for a booming citrus and the Chamber of Commerce, declared I! Meanwhile Fort Pierce has its I instructors are on the waterfront Farm Labor

.4,F vegetable producing hinterland that the port could accom- eye on the tourist trade although j I to protect swimmers.
I I- and there are literally millions of modate any ship in the normal export secondarily: with the lure of Indian I Persons planning to attend the men irs TIME
1"- .1 FF... Wa0A dollars In investments and produc trade. River and Gulf Stream fish- Institute are asked to make their Pay Highest
--- Uon which say they are right.In "Our slips are down to 26 feet." Ing. The New Fort Pierce Hotel reservations early with Lake Coun-
the last decade Fort Pierce he said. ; renovated and other facilities are | ty Agricultural Agent R. E. NornsTavares In Southeast TO PAINT. -
has surged to the forefront of Ase an example of expansion in preparing for a banner Winter, .
leadership of both the premium citrus acreage before the war. St. season 1 Further information is also Florida farm laborers are the
SMYTHIUMBER Indian River citrus district and had available through Norris or at
Lucie County 16000 acres ,
.I When construction materialsare ben! paid in nine Southern Stat s.receiving .
the booming vegetable growing ,,. planted. Today there are 46000 the office of any county agricul- monthly
available Fort Fierce is expected a composite
section which sprawls around Lake''' acres in trees with planting still tural agent in the citrus producing ? P P f -
COtftOTICTEO to undergo a real boom. wage of $73.40. the U. S. Bureau
Okeechobee. I continuing in another possible! ; areas of Florida.Hernando.
A decade ago there were 8.009 of Ag-ricutural: Economics reported -
Leading this sweeping development 5,000 acres. I residents. An unofficial estimate I *terday
was the hue Indian Vegetable plantings have expanded I based .n the number of telephones Seed The average for South Atlantic;
3 1 f River RefrUermUon Terminal in similar scope. The and wa er meters in relation 2Ta was $65.70. and Floridaank: -
.k which made the port of Fort Fort Pierce State Farmers Market to previous census figures Harvest VIii I Total I, ej higher than G-orcia: South
3s Pierce a paying proposition both handled $41.03021 in sales | show 13500. I: Carolina. North Carolina WestVi
11 for producers and Uppers. of produce in 1941-42. Manager ; A : : mia Kentucky Tennessee.
Y "We believe this is consen'athe.because 13 Tons sift
Marion E. Williams reported j Alabama. Mississippi and Louisiana e AT ALL

M. P. McManus. manager that of the its that duringthe 1946-47 season shortage of utility facili- < .- :: ." 1 'rBROOKSVILLE e <:: .' Q:.>i" SGr!< 1I GOOD DEALERS
plant. >
says t
sales totaled $%,059.973.65. ties means there are more persons
capacity in uniform operation is Tomatoes are the No.1 vegetable per telephone connections than I harvest- lIe of r n Bahia andoCounty's I This compared with a composite Ci'LV.ore Paint & Color Works
four million boxes of citrus an- 1947 of ;%90
I around Fort Pierce but there were a decade ago. Mc- I wage $ a year ago
crop .
13 lied Iaiha.f.23.M4.ARNOLD
seed will total about tons
nually. The terminal also handles Charles D. Kime Manus said. grass but was !'ower .than the April
County Agent
vegetables r pre-cooled for coast I according to County Agent HarryJ. of $78.43.
I and growers are seeking to diversify In addition there are thousandsof Brinkley. I wage
ahtpmenL"RecentI i production to include squash. others who work in Fort Pierce The harvest which began sev- Farm labor plac"ments duiinz
we had oranges kept peppers, peas,cucumbers okra and but because of a shortage of hous- eral weeks ago and is now nearingthe 1947 are almost double those of STOREQuality
with PAINT
for 70
under pre-cooling days
beans. ing, now live in nearby communities. -
after it end will include 11.000 pounds the comparable period last year.
little reported I
decay The new railroad spur built by 1 of Pensacola Bahia seed and 15.- Placements through May 31 totaled -
reached the market in comparisonwith said 000 pounds of common Bahia seed 26,592 this year as against Paint Products at Reasonable Price*
freshly picked fruit. I
I At least 5.000 pounds of the 17.945 in 1946. Free Estimates Pr-.. MaeeIp
McManus. pointing up one use Poultrymen Pensacola Bahia seed and a con- i Foreign workers employed in Reliable Painters Recommend:
make of the terminals Plan
citrus faculties.growers Dairymen siderable portion of the common .. Florida agriculture as of July Floor Sander HE Edeen RENT .........
j Bahia seed will be planted in this totaled 2.105, the BAE said. AMPLE PARKING SPICF IV REAa
Down beside the refrigeration Mapping Plans ( county. About 7.000 pounds of IOFF SOUTH STREET]
terminal along the waterfront built the I Pensacola Bahia seed will be offered i When the arms of a starfish are 407 S. Orange Ave. at South StreetTelephooe
Fort Pierce Growers Assn.
for sale.District torn off each into
Field arm grows a
ProgramCentral :
2 17M
believed to be the largest
what citrus packinghouse in the world. For Institute I I complete new Individual I --- - .-

Then were added ,faculties of Farm Bureaus
Florida have Poultry men are being invited to
the Indian River Citrus Assn. and bring their families to the annual Plan
MU, all .ntmlt, in the last two years the American been invited to attend the annual I September Meeting

5 la....'.........".re. wind, setM Fruit Growers and Nevins Fruit University of Florida Dairy field ; held Florida at Camp Poultry McQuarrie Institute, near to As-be I [S'E''CI: ' !to The S .nda> cen nel S'cri)

.... rsl-Ralutwwssrs' high Inttett ',Co. bunt at the port site. At nearby day Wednesday and Thursday. tor Park Sept. 1-6 said Orange 1 LIVE OAK-A meeting of coun-
.f ...l.ft y atMirtt a lifetimewf.t.wa Taylor Creek the DiGiorgio Interests i County Agricultural Agent Fred ty farm bureaus in the second
.4 m Mr c.",.f*es and erected a plant. Ideal Hold- Orange County Agricultural Baetzman. Congressional District will be held

.**ee.f C.e....,. Be SURE with ing Co.. one of the biggest East Agent Fred Baetzman said yester- He said loding and admission to : here Sept. 2.
............ Mated. IntuUtUn.te .. Coast operators has a lease near day. all activities will be free to everyone i I I' Conferring will be officers and
the waterfront and several other: with meals to be furnishedat directors of Suwannee Madison.
The main theme of this year'sfield
citrus firms have deals in the off- a nominal cost. I Lafayette Gilchrist, Levy Dixie,
ing. day is "Replacements, "This will be a week of recreation 1 Columbia, Baker Union, Alachua II I A-

Refrigerated Steamship Lines Raised or Purchased. education and a fine : and Hamilton Counties. I

plans to make three sailings "Since all dairies must have replacements time to renew old acquaintancesand I
weekly from Fort Pierce this to make new ones" he said. SELL SWEET cons
to stay In business the
LIVE OAK-Thirty-four Su-
coastal chipping "The Institute
Fall with a serves as an an-
capacity of 2V4 million boxesduring objective should be for all replace- I nual roundup of all phases of the wannee County farmers sold a total -
the season. meats to be better than the cows poultry industry, with a programof of 3000 bags of sweet corn !
al- whose place they take." explained I interest to all who, operate a during the past month. accordingto "
also has its
Port Pierce eye.
Batezman.He farm flock, commercial egg farm, County Agent S. C. Kierce. Thisis
I said an opportunity will be broiler plant hatchery or breed- the first year in which sweet '
given to observe pasture investigations corn has been produced for the
sAr7 > !Ung farm.
Directors MeetingOf being carried on by the Out-of-State speakers will include fresh market, and farmers were !
Experiment Station. There will J.'C Bell head of the poul- generally pleased with their returns $10.00 DOWN
ertle ef Satisfaction will '
Express Shippers also be a visit to the Dairy Prod- try department of the Universityof
M |e.. with llsleam-Wad, In neweaetm ucts Laboratory: I -
Georgia; Homer I. Huntington I
< .te.. er In jrevr prtitntAhumWeel Slated Tuesday The- Udder. Clinic will be conducted : general manager of the poultry Concrete Brick or Block III
r MM Attic Intulaa oy .....1". George H. Hobson. and national board John I
egg :
.. ... ....... ........ cats amesM0y Quarterly directors meeting of 'nationally known veterinary con- Hamann production and market- FROM $10.00 PER MONTH
the Florida Express Fruit Shipper Foundation to Chimney Top
*.**. cud earths a MoncyO sultant. ing administration: Noel Shaver,
..... .*'*.U.. Call M NOW for Assn. will be held Tuesdayat vice-president of the InternationalBaby ALLARDICE CO., INC.

r S 9 ft. ("....'.. 1 See.p.m.Al at Voces the San reported Juan yes-HoteL Sumter Beef Show Chicfc: Assn., and E. D. :Miller Masonry Contractors and Builders i .

express official with Pan- Est. 1919 TeL 2-1593
f 18-20
Scheduled Sept.
American Airways.
Prof. J. S. Allen of Cmatilla.
SaId subjects for discussion will [Special to The Sunday Sent.ne!-Star] REBUILT TYPEWRITERS
Include transportation and WEBSTER = The second annual -

rates advertising and plans for Sumter County Beef Breeders \ UNDERWOODS
LITTLE AS $5 Per. Mo. the 1947-48 Mason. Show and Judging Contest will CHLORDANE Ili
be held here Sept. 18-20. ROYALS
t DAIRY HERDS TESTED Conty Agent Kenneth Clark

1t BILLIARD Thirty small dairy said the show Is open to all pure- I
SMYTH herds in Nassau County were bred breeders of Brahman Here- lilLLSGRASSHOPPER" p REMINGTONS
tested for tuberculosis and Bang's ford and Angus cattle in Florida. I .
LUMBER CO disease by a Federal Bureau of L. C. SMITHS
Animal Industry veterinarian during INDIGO GROWS WELL I

the past few weeks accordingto MAYO Lafayette County I WOODSTOCKS
County Agent Gordon Ellis. farmers who planted hairy indigofor
M. Orwft at Railroad
the first time this year are well
To maintain plant life soil must pleased with the growth it Is making Sensational New Insect Toxicant PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS
flaw 4139 contain such organic material as according to County Agent vt\\)1\\t i .

calcium and phosphate. I S. L. Brothers. Gives 95% to 100*Kill in 24 Hours1! S1 STANDARD TYPEWRITERS

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Farm Bureau Outlines r 9 IF'LCDillil1Jil} ] (Sffi\YIID(:] &tnlcdl IJR.t RTCCilil _

"IJxs":Cr .4 I ,L: W\ .. _:,:
Water Survey Action I .... :: Covers Central Florida Agricultural Interests Like the Morning Dew

Orlando Florida July 27 1947 The Bimfcuj &'rnttnrl- 'tar Page 291
........... tward a solution of Florida flood control j ,

..... ....." c.Aettratten problems the Florida Farm Citrus Price .

ft**.. 4 *.. *v.cc*.t.4 Initial recommendations to the State!

*..,.. i .", iiMMmf> under the $150,000:)( survey approved by i r Farm Speculation Curbing Urged

th. a.-.ittwe. 1*<. John Ford said yesterday.Fofesls Spread ListedCitrus

1 A preliminary' outlay of $40,300 i .
.as suggested by. the Farm Bureauso I [Specwl to The Sunday Sen'inel-StorJ H 0
that the measure "may be implemented GAINESVILLE is safer to growers received 44 percent

Brin2l degree of elapsed In maximum time. said possible'Ford. assume that the period of high Agriculture Credit Volume Seen Stronq of the retail sales prtoe e t
yields and increasing prices of oranges and 24 per cent of gr M"i,
The secretary explained that I farm products is approaching its .., fruit during May the U. 8. OMP

lake $$100,000( ) the Bureau believed that this .end than to take a speculative Reflecting the increased costs of as "other loans to farmers" were has been 11 per cent. reporting; Service said ,....**.. ,
a sold permit a"ronstructive bej j ". producing crops and the availability made to 6,998 farmers by Florida "The Florida Bankers Assn.,
I ginning to be made using larger position. Economist Alvin H. of more farm and grove equipment banks during 1948. in an aggregate and the Agricultural Commis- This spread between growers
ft* .***... less I IS urns daring the second :year if j,Spurlock of the Florida Agricul- the volume of bank credit amount of 12785000. Of this sion of the American Bankers and consumers was the SMM .n
r .J.JiE 1 Indicated by developments and tural Experiment Station advised used by Florida farmers is cur- amount, only (7.713,000 was out- Assn.. are working together to oranges as in April, but the .*..
If made possible by revenue ex- Florida fanners. than it standing on Jan. 1 of this help keep farmers ranchers and
"'" UN county* rently higher was a year year. ducers share on grapefnit was
= ..., U produce perience. "The present high level of ago. according to J. S. Fairchild. The production loans averaged trove owners of our State In a
: . ... .f -. a ,..r, Personnel headed by an engineerto farm prices and record incomes executive vice president of the only $1.827 each.Apparently r sound financial position. 2 per cent less.
B --.. sew .......... My1 be paid $7.200 annually would ." he explained First National Bank. Winter Garden the farmers' short "We are urging our customers to Average retail price of ft ....
Oil t_ ( -".. Pa.r1e. BIIkUne. Include an assistant analyst be expected to continue : who represents the Florida term debt position Is favorable: t limit their farm indebtedness to oranges during May WM .l Mt
........ ... "... lint M.uonal) draftsman secretary' and public and some readjustment Bankers Assn. as Orange County and although they borrowedmore an amount which can be paid I 42 cents while grapefruit nS.tti4,
.... 4......." relations director. is expected. alw.arIl.1 advisory banker. money last :year their out- from normal farm incomes, fig- for 7 1-3 cents
I Florida farm families ured from the long term
M4.. OI.s ..M.... sera .r "In the opinion of the Farm "Heavy exports of food "However probably in the strongest standings at the :year end were prices of farm products."We average While the grapefruit grower received
.... ... .... ...,".... .... Bureau the public relations man to Europe are now supporting financial are position that they low. recognize the unusual char- a smaller percentage .f Af.
.s .4 prN..t$ IS has asal. included in the recommendation i many farm prices. but this cannot have been" Fairchild said. Another favorable factor in the acter of farm income and the farm retailed pnce in May thanApnl
4 .. ..... .. ..... 1 to engineers.hardly less Important than the I I"Two : continue Indefinitely under pres- I "Only ever a few more farmers needto present situation is that the farm- land price situation at the present much., the Oranges consumer sold for paid 1-2 Jw_*ett M

....-w sal ...... fttwe se.lflsae -' years will pass quickly ent. arrangements. use the bank credit availableto ers own substantial savings in IT time and as bankers we are pledged per dozen less in May than ta
'- .eh ...-...u. .f the and a selling job is to be done. "Furthermore any slackening of them this year because continu- cash bank deposits and United to discourage borrowing to I the previous month but ....
the demand for durable goods and I States Bonds.
....... earwt e.essa Coeit.rwws I In the language of the act. The ing high farm incomes make it speculate on farm land or borrowing spread was the same.
... .ISa1M. and tenet Board of Conservation shall from houses and a reduction of high I possible to finance operations out DANGER SEENA to buy land at high prices Oranges were selling for MM
income payments in this country and when credit is possible source of danger lies : which are not justified by long
.. p..w4a. scalds rrauk' tnef time to time disseminate and publicize of income I cents per dozen ies in May than
.. may be expected to affect farm ; retired when are in the trend towards the higher term Income prospects." Fairchild ';
aSI e r bad the anIf such information as is avail-i used it is crops a year ago. but the Brewer received ,
.... .... prices adversely"Spurlock I "- cost of equipment and improvements .
aiM Iewieaxd to able on the surface and groundwater ) he sold said."We j 71-2 cents lees for Mf t
..1Ir1ll1&1+ $4. : conditions to the general emphasized that I Reporting on the results of a which may reach a point are encouraging Florida i share. Grapefruit sold for a MM
....... ta.aafsetsuYd1aev public of the State.: | was not predicting deflation. but third national survey of bank where these purchases cannot be farmers ranchers and grove own- apiece less than In 1944. but tM t 'IIt '
.1 ...... ........eaU | While the Farm Bureau did not was warning farmers to prepare I lending made by the Agricultural financed out of current income. J. S. FAIRCHILD ers to conserve and build up the ', grower's share was 1 1-2 cased t
.. ... ...M ....... feta and make any. personnel recommendations for it before it strikes" in order to I I 1 Commission of the American "Another factor in the Florida . cautions spending.the productivity of their soil Another smaller.
.. ssweewd MtbMantlal- : it informed Gov. Caldwell 'be on the "safe side. He offered I Bankers Assn.. Fairchild said that agricultural picture which bankers important part of this program is | V
tlr ... .Ilrt/. a.4 water eonte and the State officials that It these suggestions to help farmers Florida farmers used only a frac- are watching carefully is the priceof State on March I, 1947. reached concerned with the education of I Movement of an armored <*M- I.
.*.. innrtaBy bra* stood "ready to be helpful in any .avoid financial trouble if depression -i tion of the bank credit availableto farm ranch and grove lands. 226, compared with 178 at the farm youth through activities such sion and Its vehicles by raltoead
.... heat Mtrh a pre am.". possible way"Pear conditions develop: 1 1I them during 1946. Based on 1912-14 averages at 100. peak of the land boom in 1920. as the 4-H Clubs and Future i i requires 75 trains of from 26 to. 4.
,... I aMt a a ....1 ..fttt. I Pay existing debts out of current However the 133 insured com- the average farm land prices of During the past year, the Increase Farmers. cars each. I Ia C
high prices for produce.even mercial banks which serve agriculture -
.. ...... of .Aka /lblal
..i Ms ......4 ......u... M PeactiCrops If this means reducing the in this State made 15,103
pall d Bert I'UI 141 a UUI living standard for a while. loans to 8,573' farmers, ranchers

M t'NM1 .. ......*.. ..,. Debts contracted at high price and fruit growers. These loans .
... ..4 M Me. ....tr. U till Short; levels become difficult to pay aggregated $20,668,000. and $13,- t It
..1 HM a Leak. et OLIN 1Hd-I when farm products are cheap. 321,000 of all agricultural loans
.... ..W b ure.u.to To avoid being caught in a remained outstanding on Jan. 1, N
=-. Grapes Steady "squeeze," as many farmers were 1947. Banks had at least twice. .
caught after World War I, be the amount used available for .
'"s use ,r .* Aatatula U a''
of peaches cautious about incurring new additional loans to farmers If
Florida production
..... s' e4w pi.nUns work.M '
debts except for seasonal produc-
the demand existed. fed
and pears Is expected to show a
W 41raW a.ar of) Com-
substantial decrease this year tion.As flEALTY tie
&MeINfc. under the while the grape crop should maIn- farm land prices are still During 1946. loans on farm real R 4,5sal.
tit WHr Warren, has tain last year's levels the U. S. high though weakening some estate in Florida increased slightly.
...... 1M ertt which what, now is a good time to sell i 1,580 farm mortgages .. .
Service said There were
.....I *.HM with sertlmtsL Crop tmS.,Reporting.. yes- the farm if one plans to retireor I made for a total amount of $7883,000 ,- 7aft44t 'Pnoteetton ...sw
.... .......... a. a. ourc School quit farming. I although the total volume M
Pe.5a |i sr mOmood that I Grape production Is estimated will s
plans Fanners on marginal land outstanding on Jan. 1, 1947. was 'X. .
M virtr.t. Hr other school I at ISO tons which equals that of do well to move to better soil if it i ':: ,
M ..' M T"..... 1M Aitatula.TW I 1141 and 1945. but is less than is reasonably priced and cash or a $587.000.The farm mortgage debt is higher ... ...
kkimteftU ta the county the 1936-45 average of 515 tons. i substantial down payment can be althoughit .
I I than it was a year ago :
*..., ee. !*pp pear predicted still remains only
.. ..... EVERWEAR eel
p Ma . .f forest fin at 184.000 bushels 23.000 have produced profits under the of the volume that existed in the
pvr+u'.A tall p.et.tttoti. less than last year, but still above conditions prevailing in the past I comparable period following World m 1M
'Jdea at y........_ of L+'es- the 1936-45 of 153.000 few years but it wm not do so
.M.... *M ....44.. noridft Tree bushels. average if deflation occurs. \ War LFarm classed !
rW ....-.... MI March 7 for : Seventy. thousand bushels of Plan now for lower prices and I production loans j"lliUMNUM \ Kew
| IM aria.. .| UK en hkh heM I peaches are expected to be produced adjust the farm business as well : r
s 4 M 4 e.....MftfMMn forestry I In Florida this season. as possible to meet them. Since i zocHJ/CWT/ ; : 14..
I....j<.... n. -A. cnturrd CIQ'' compared with 96,000 in 1946 and the producer cannot control Lake Growers ,
i*-.u amt Iciest rue protecMI i 7,000 during 1936-45. prices he must try to keep up [ / r
..Nl ..,... turn the distine- I his income by a reasonable out- ?
...* .! totM IK* Utto ladrrldualH put but his production must be [ Make ExpensesOn a
M slaw .e >oai the The Farm' Folks Around highly efficient to do this. I t tad
11l.... Try to produce higher yields by /
t w |M. *4W ...... A. L. I Central Florida using only the, best land for cultivated Melon Crop .

_wftfc w I ..... teas MM [ISpeciol to The Sunday Sentinel-Star crops planting good seed Special[ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]
...a v.4.t amiration. LEESBURG-R. M. Holloway ofLeesburg of adapted varieties growing the TAVARES-Despite adverse
..... "". '"'"ll...B atrm.iit ..a..born in Anderson- highest-profit crops. and using fer- weather conditions early in the
fertilizer liberally long as ROOFINGLASTS
Mil ... DM rUtU fortijf vtlle Ga. In 1902. and has lived as growing season most Lake County f
tilizer is cheap in terms of
.. ........ In Leesburg for 17 years. watermelon growers made expenses -
[ it is now].
products as
it been and pack- t their 1947 crop according to
K. ttalnec" of LmburiMMrt He has growing As labor rates have risen much on
H ...es M aUah pines In I tnt citrus fruits ever since he and probably will remain high County Agent R. E.Norris. neITTt
PHI ai M.aw. to* has sucrcasM I came to Lake County. 'I longer than farm prices, exercise Growers received about $1.250- Ml.
of melons
fM<* deem from fin he Holloway. is a member of the care in employing labor cull out I 000 for the 2000 cars .
*. ..*. I to* sand of Klwanis Club and Elks Lodge is inefficient workers and increase they harvested and shipped out by a. A
the good returns
rapic11'1 rail and truck
.pte* lm' A total of married and has two children. labor efficiency by providing good demand A LIFETIME
*rM.. .... ........ br Herlonf. His bobbies are hunting and fish equipment. arranging work con- I resulting throughout from the a harvest favorable period. .
*.....* MiMtrm la tAke Count 'I
ing. veniently organizing crews properly realized P
Some growers even a '
*a...l aMffud. s Weh U shown I and using labor-saving de- I small profit from their crops. WITHOUT MAINTENANCE ;
I* tfc* fan Ut pulpwood andes HORSES VACCINATED After cold and rainy weather :
...... at MO being produced I STUART-Fifty-five Martin vices.Cull livestock and poultry made replanting necessary on
bass ...a MM MJntcnanc' of County. ranch horses were vaccinated now while meat prices are high. many acres,most growers succeeded -
..e ..- ....tM Hmauona. four against equine encephalo- Keep only the high producer 1 in producing enough high qual- I
..... ... a rrau mill for. citM -I myelitis last month according to and feed and care for them will. ity melons on 9,000 acres initial

,,-....- **4 'mUM IlACUltl. County. Agent L. M. Johnson. If old machines can be made to planting acreage was much larger -
perform satisfactorily for a while ] to break even or make a small
longer wait for lower prices for profit.
\ Th. new machines. If one cannot pay The county agent also reportedthat
r 01611 cash for a new machine and if the Lake's citrus prospects are

IK5N !!! SILVER SAW"IS machine will not pay for itself generally I"ood.DEMING. ADVANTAGES FOUND .Solid Protection: Notice the deep, strong lock at the side laparmorIN -
quickly it is best not to buy a new
DOWN WRECKED BY AN AUTO machine at this time unless it is NO OTHER ROOFING plated protection against driving winds and rain. And, since nails are TeeS

** Wt 00 On Filing Saws at the Same'Location very necessary.Do not expand. the farm busi- 11 I Now you can get the finest roofing driven only in the outside flange the next sheet covers these nail headsstyleLockTightin

PAUL H. ESTABROOK ness how if all labor must be the most completely. No possibility of leaks! No chance for the sun to "draw" ...

hired as large farms lose their lasting of roofing materials-aluminum and loosen the nails! This locking feature gives you an almost solid
FLORIDA lAW SERVICE-319,LONG ST. REAR advantage over smaller ones in -'
.. .* *n .. ,...... T* CrtM .p to II" Placer Kniyei times of declining prices and incur EVERWEAR Lock-Tight sheet of aluminum on your roof. .

risk production of larger unit.cash outlay per 1Ua te Sfj4tem4 Aluminum Roofing will end your Lengths in stock: 5', 6', 7', 8', 9',10',11'( and 12f. .
roofing problems for life. No more 1

; to It expand Is not livestock believed a enterprises.good time! ARE RELIABLEYears worry about leaky roofs, loose Covering width: 23'. Nails for application furnished frep of charge. .: &:

: Going Into purebred productionat ef trouble free Mrrtc sheets, troublesome painting! and Price
GROVE OWNERS : $10.35 Freight Paid
present prices Is risky.With ZUquir no att.", oa. A com- repair. Lock-Tight Aluminum ia per square :
the exception of feed made pie'. stock of parts on hand at windproof and stormproof won't -
from grain pifees for most farm an tins.. Writ or - ;
; MAKE MORE MONEYWITH supplies probably will be lower phone for pric .. rust rot, shrink, or warp. It will NOT A PENNY FOR EASY TO APPLY

later so "hand to mouth" buyingof save you money year after year. MAINTENANCEEVERWEAR
supplies is more advisable now EVERWEAR Lock-Tight Aluminum '

f than buying large lots. Lock-Tight Aluminum Roofing is a cinch to apply. Light ; I Ir
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and Wales can be seen from mountains 430 West Robinson Are. that Lock-Tight roof will leak.
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tk ef fruit insures
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.t.l..t dry weather losses and puts extra when the next sturdy sheet of rain smoke or weather. It lasts W
21-West Florida Dairy Show. ChIpley. year after year giving you perfect :=.t
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Growers McQuarrie.Sept. maintenance-free service under all .
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Pose 30 trtt! !'unbz1n!J !'rtttiilrl-. 'tar Orlando, Florida, July 27. 1947 I WATCHING THE MARCH OF SCIENCE. s
- Building Totals I T

EmoionaConflict! / Causes

t 4 _ .
I n. Reach $$212,865By 'I 'Psychic Nose' Cases With

WINTER MARGARET PARK-Building GREENE per- ', Symptoms of Common Cold

mils for the first three weeks of ,
July total $212,865 as contrasted 1 I NEW YORK rAP] "Colds" in the nose rau*.4 *L9*

-) '$ r with $84,950 for the entire month'of happy marriage conflicts with the butcher or
: 1 F r : ______ KY 4 July. 1946. i iI I of emotional stress are reported by a group of t W.W pwr l

) This includes the $91.000 physicians and psychiatrists.These )
classroom building to be builton "
the Rollins campus a $16- are cases of "psychic nose. The ens1isug I I l"wip"
000 recreation center for Negroes flirt: leads to swelling redness. obstruction : .

w, 7 c _- .1- just west of their library : and excessive secretions I self by! sweUta i n.. i.ttt .1..
v rt on West New England Ave, and :in the nose much like the :
; srmp-j Or nasal paimn r/ all rti. .
t two 511,000 houses.! The re- !toms in a common cold, .
1 mainder is in mediumpricedhouses One experiment particularly illustrates secretion* of tIM aw as. ,.", I
F and remodeling. i how emotions can be re- the physiciM .......... tsi
'Ir .. sponsible. Nasal obstruction and
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Work began yesterday on a $10- shuttingoutmechanism and a VMI _
: even asthma in one woman couldbe
i 000 concrete-block residence at I IB uwaOv.........
______________ 241 Knowles Ave.. adjoining Bis- [ turned on and off at will they i
'said by talking to her while she I Their studies howd that --
hop John Gowdy's residence for
t C. B. Colmore, a retired Episcopal was in twilight sleep under a sleep what the Mime thin* ran __

bishop who served in that high 'drug. j in response; to .rnvwi'-n: .....I....
office for 33 years at Puerto Rico. The symptoms developed I but "the na-al (!loilaff" I
M. when her problems were discussed I
Real estate continues active I complete rrl'H' inn set. etsrli
) :; and on Thursday the Wallick I unsympathetically. But productive diM. "rriioM: "
when she relaxed they
home on Glencoe Road in For- I I
est Hills sold. appeared.The .
was j
cF I: psychic nose studies are reported -
f 3 S T'r., : nY J. D. Rumbaugh reports sale of by Dr. Thomas .Holmes.
a the Charles Fortner home at 1515 Helen Goodell Dr. Stewart Wolf PUMPSOF I
Harmon Ave. to Charles C. Gres- and Dr. Harold G. Wolff of the
sane, and the sale of Andy Hlaf- New York Hospital and Departments -
r ner's lot on Essex Rd. to D. O. of Medicine and Psychiatryat

i i Hibbard. | Cornell University Medical Col- ALL K

;$ Rutherford Ends II I i lege.Many nose troubles are related
4 i 1i.j II to situations of emotional stress
P ; l 1/T Three Years Duty I\ they said. Individuals vary greatlyin Home Wafer 1)lh..
I ; how their noses react. Brief
Richard P. Rutherford son of !, swelling obstruction and secretions e RM feet. *
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Rutherford., in response to adverse emo-
1214 E. Livingston Ave. has been tional conditions "probably occur
separated from the Navy and returned from time to time in all of us. and 0 Retries & M,.s

home after three years of ,, have comparatively little import-
)+ r I e Jakilii.ool ti 4suteli
destroyer duty in both the Atlantic ance.
and Pacific theaters on the USS ''I When the obstruction con-
Rogers and Algerholm.He tinues. inff ction may complicatethe
/ is entitled to wear the ribbon trouble. "
i t e ;Ary F. for the American Theater World When dust or harmful fumesare $84'
War H Victory Medal. Asiatic i breathed the body defends it- awl ip
Pacific Theater and the Good Conduct i
Medal. He was formerly employed I;
Aluminum or Plastic Nothing Dewa
by The Sentinel-Star. .

WALL TILE S5.oo Dr ......
h Word Study Class
I' 159 Color Combinations Bathroom
I i 1SI Opens Tomorrow << complete ax low as $9*. LIBBY & FRfifiMAM

-i I A class in word studies and pen- i SCHERFER TILE CO. 711 W. Chureti PC M. M9
I i manship will start tomorrow at : r 125 N. Orange Phone 2-U11
OrlandcrPastors Vote City I FCC Radio Exam Orange County Vocational School, -
325 Magnolia Ave.
I Instruction SetAll I Any person 16 years of age or I
FD-R Leading Church CommunityBy older is eligible to attend the 10
classes with hour week
persons desiring training for am. one a .r s :rr
DAVE ENLOW the requirements of the Federal devoted to writing and the other
four to the study and spelling of I
-COLUMBIA Church ECr.: Sunday Sen'.nel-Stor I Communications Commission's examInation -
The have it. Orlando is church'' words.
-DECCACAPITOL ayes an outstanding for an amateur radio
going community for a city of its size, in the opinion ofa operator's license have been invited i, I
majority of pastors and church leaders who were queried to stand the free classes at LA CANTINA ITALIANRESTAURANT I
the Orlando Army Air Base.
VICTOR on the subject. I S-Sgt. Harold McMurray sec- 1 f
RECORDS Miss Beulah Drake, for more than 16 years secretary retary of the Orlando Amateur Famous spaghetti and Meat Balls ..kMnr.OprR
nf First Presbyterian. Church. is. c nV drlandosl cb up i I i classes will meet at 7 pm.. Tuesdays Phone 5651
and a larger number of its peo- i j i Cheney Highway NOW SHOW1NC'
Wednesdays and
well with any city of comparablesize I pie belong to churAhes than any Closed MondaysI
in America. with classes covering all phases of F
other city I know of similar size.
"The impression I have always Tourists often are amazed that examination requirements. Cheyenne ..l"cr e _0 ..!!* .S eKteiic --
I had" Miss Drake said, "is!! that they have to come early to get a I '.
I Orlando is un- seat. i I County Consolidation C WKer the only low..., yew (.i jTkundcrmf .-.
Ir usually high in The Rev. Msgr. John G. Bishop :'Meet r 'i.45.LIb51\ rtir" :?i>
S church support ,' ,,,. ..-_-.., '" ,:,"-:,' pastor of St. James Catholic j Slated Tuesday ;:
and -: : Church declared that insofar as !' Orange County Consolidation Ot 1
During the Sum"w', ";_- the Catholics were concerned, he Committee will hold a meeting in Now tN WARNERS'
most of the W \ felt that Orlando is a first-rate 'the Angebilt Hotel at 7:30 pjn. Jp '
churches in the I- ?:_ church-going city.B. i Tuesday to plan an educational Showing '-
North close their -,', y", ; .':' Felton Sargent secretaryof campaign so that the voters may
doors on Sunday ,-"t the Cathedral Church of St. know and understand the benefitsof
and Wednesday , ,:"" - Luke said. "It is remarkable the county consolidation bills Dennis O'Keefe in"Mr.
;$ evenings but not bow people in Orlando go to before the election Sept. 9, according -. District Attorney"With
so here. Our a church." i to Robert J. Pleus chairman.
Sunday school The Rev. John T. Dingley, pas- I Adolph Menjoa iMORGANWYM
SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK and church are A tor of Coss Memorial Methodist I BABY RICHARDSON ARRIVES Marguerite Cbapmaa .
both running Church, attributed much of the ,, Mr. and Mrs. C A. Richardson 1
well ahead of last : RECORD CARRYING CASES ''-
year. the tourists. a daughter, Gilda Irene born JMIISMI6EBRUCEKRHHTJ 4
The Rev. MorEnlow I "In the Wintertime the tourists '1 July 13 at the Florida Sanitarium. It
HOLDING 50 RECORDS ris Butler Book pastor of the Tab- undoubtedly bolster the uptown
ernacle Christian Church was i churches." the Rev. Dingley said.
equally enthusiastic about the
REGULAR PRICE "Those churches on the outskirtsof '
church going proclivities of the j '
the city are probably not help-
City Beautiful. | ed much. On the whole however ElL PATIO naYf'
NOW ONLY "Orlando is far ahead in church I I think Orlando is a 'very good Barbecues Picnics
attendance, in the Wintertime of ; church-going city." LStM
any city. of its size that I know I The Rev. O. E. laden pastor of "Dancing under the stars"
:about. the Rev: Book said. "Ij St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran : 1
Billy: Arnold and his Orchestra Wednesdays and Saturdays
think it is a leading church going Church said "I heartily agree S. ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL OPEN: DAILY 11 A. M. rte '
POPULAR. city, regardless of the tourists." that Orlando is an outstanding 1 ; t tS
Expressing the first negative church-going community. It makesit j I > I Ioa
Btacp Bleep 'Alvlno Rey .63 voice. the Rev. Fayette L. Hall much easier to invite othersto __ Where Dfccrimincfing; ; ; People r Go. u:4s: No M shawin9 II
. pastor of College Park Baptist come and live here.. M N- I
What Art You Doing Church and past president of the Another affirmative vote was NGann'a9 W jHRV cc.'i S"3sM ,
New Year's Eve i Orange County Ministerial Assn., expressed by the Rev.M. C. Swice- t t tfyz
Marguret Whiting .63 CLUBCOCKTAIL ,rsK0
!. : declared that he would need facts I good, pastor of Delaney Street 0E
I Wonder I Wonder I and figures to believe that Orlandowas Baptist Church, who declared. "I NOOSttR t.kr0 '. i '
' above average in church at- : think I woujd agree that Orlandois LOUNGE NOcs'' o s I
I Wonder Martha TiltonZiggy'EIman" .63 tendance. an outstanding church-going .. .. .
OM Ortande-Sanford Niway ttwtn Maltland-alid Altamwtt*-T. W. sinaI 1
"Several times before I have I community. considering its size." :
I Believe .63 been questioned on this subject Rabbi Morris A. Skop. of Con- I t! 1 ? ,
the Rev. Hall said "and each time gregation Ohev Shalom, was DANCING TONIGHTAT
J.Vous Ai",. ; dr.
Dick Haymes .79 I I have had to admit that I felt Or- outspoken in his praise of the .
lando has a lot of ground to cover I City Beautiful on this point."I .
III I Hod Life 15
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before we can be considered a real think according to statisticsof LAKESIDE PARK CuRT ,,,, 0 t/
To Live Ovr Three Suns .63 church-going people.'I believe that the religious groups Orlandohas K E N sss1tNNlitt s s.w .
i 8:30: P.M. to 12 P.M. t tot r !
' Lakeland. Jacksonville and St.Petersburg. I more. church and synagogue 1 KNOWLTON'S LAKESIDE ORCHESTRA
HILLBILLY for example, have usbeat representation than any city its 24! Miles South of Orlando on Old Dixie Highway ,
on that score. size in the South" Rabbi Skop
Yea Laughed and I Cried Gene Autry: : .63 Dr. Branscomb. pastor of First I I I said. "I believe that Central Florida ,
Methodist Church, pointed to 'i has'a' larger density of '
When The Snowbirds Cross ; the fact that the tourists were i churches and religious membership p0l

The Rockies, Gene Autry' .63 responsible for overflowing I' than any similar> area in the M Wlaminf/o Club
< downtown church: South."

Missouri Zeke Manner .63 "Orlando has a high class of I Most of the pastors agree however Announces A New Floor Show t
Winter tourists who, seek their that there are still many tI r '"" jeanpoug&guRY ti
1 I've Got Texas In My Soul Texas Williams .63 level when they come here" Dr. thousands of Orlandoans who do i
Branscomb said. "From October not darken the doors of any I FOUR ACTS-STARTING MON., JULY 21 I
"- Ockie Boogie Jack Guthrie .63 through April it is impossible to church. They say that this par-
accommodate the crowds, particu- I ticular group should not take con- flYING QUINLANS JEAN BANTLE r ,
One Little Tear Drop larly in the centrally locatedchurches. solation in the church going reputation -

Too Late Tex Ritter .63 By and large, however I(I of the city until they have ESTEllE CRAWFORD KATHLEEN DENNIS t
Orlando is
more church conscious joined the throng.

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I Orlando, Florida, July 27, 1947 Che ftmaay B-tuttntl-St.tr Rev. MooreTo
The! Sunday Sentinel-Star Radio Program 'I

t .... ll.. .f-l pmcnt a new American work. WOCO ClIO WLOF O230) WORZ (740) RED CROSS WORKERS OF FAR EAST VISIT: ORLANDO CHAPTER Address

._ rwtltN. by MrnotU Salta. on the NBC 6-00 Melodies else On News : ,

..I...-f N/' Onhntra program at 4 p.m. "SJO 15 Melodlei Melodic _.._ Olon Chapel Pleai la the Trio Sky I

g tt1 dew CMetaaika In BprinjUme Overture 6:4S Uelodie _____ Chapel In the Sky I Filipino Doctor Recalls Days of : JayCee Meet

**- < aMtMhHic concert, which also Includesv
a !
7.00 Hour Reveille News Harry fill
Pres.y. On.a ------r The Rev. Moore psst t
ft"' HjO-frr .afnpog.tio.vi In Olden style; : 7:IS Fmbr. Hoar ___ Orimn Reveals, __ Crtaa Recital --
.. '7:30 Owl-ion Wow Organ Revelll NBC String Quar. I "-. Broadway Methodist Church. W...
... nnaauluu In tnt style of Francoeur 7:45 RCT. Bob Jones Organ Reveille NBC String SUM. Bv CHARLES MEISTEt 1
S* r ''twas 1M Aluro In the style of Pugnani. [The Sunday Sen:.nel-Star Staff Writer be principal speaker at the regraf

. r*... Day H tw saluted. by the entire 8 00 Nr. _. ____ Church of Alt _. World New R'dnp Death in the afternoon-and V noon luncheon tomorrow ol iBfl
Lacenw Ooa. V
8 IS Renfro Valley Church of Air
> *. Palls Mark. Warnow cast at 8:30: pjn. 8.30 Rrnlro Valley __ Evangel Hour ... Metn. Min ..... i morning, noon and night-was recalled Orlando Junior Chamber a* e.1.
.. trillr Ns-xl atrtai of a new Frank Loesser _8'45 Johnaon Family Ennui Hour __, Meth. Min. AMn. week the director g a merce in the Core .k1.UV...
here last by -
.___.___... _._... Church of Christ
.. 9-00 New .Bible Clan
. V- iLK On Tl-i Sky Is scheduled. ,
t : 1.15 LUlleD to Llebrrt _.BibJt Claw .__.. Church of Christ of health and safety serv- Harry L Lindsey procrsM IItoI
r -- .... far today -inn. I Have But One t:30 Christ for World Voice of Proph y Chosen People ices for the Philippine Red Cross I man announced.His .
. ... 1M tbrw Who Put That Dream In 845 Christ for World \'otoe of Proplleu TheHarmwairee_ which recently became an independent I topic will be A Letter .. *
10:00 New ._.__-_-_. Arthur Van Born Voice Down Wind Friend.
t at. 10'IS Billy Williams ___ Dale Four Voices Down Wind organization.
.. . etAl/tet of recent Naval research 10:30: Vole of Prophecy Reviewing Stand New HlghlUhU He is Dr. Romeo Y. Atienza, lie is well known fee Me sa.*..
'. ....... M t..to Bunda,'. Exploring Them 10 45 Voice of Prophecy Reviewing Stand Mode Mo-erne -- I holder of the Distinguished Silver 7 ern technique of ttacM.c lie

I II It.e,4. wee WLOF at S pjn. Techniques 11:00 11:15 Salt Salt Lake Lake Choir Choir Methodist Metbodiat Cbureh Church Pint First Pre Pre**.. Ch Ch'rch'rch I I Medal of the American Red Cross, Gospel by use of every ... ....

... .-w..44. 1ft and property damages 11.30 Music for Sunday Methodist Church First Pre. Ch'rch awarded for war service, who recently ,: .'.'. events and world pet....s toe
A4MBtL. 1145: Music for Sunday Methodist Church First-Pres.. Ch'rch completed a year's post- ,." illustrate similar cirermM..
a __ Sen. 0 Brtwter America United graduate work at Harvard University t"
1100 Gospel! Hour in the Bible.
i f. U- ... *f EnUnd'a most popular 12:15 Gospel Hour _-_ Mutual Music Show America United on a State Department schol
{ .a a .<_... t. Mr RCA Vktor Show starring 12'30 Oospel Hour ___- Mutual Music Show U. Chic. ndtable arship. 15/ Randy Mathcny. chatrma cC
12:45 Gospel Hour __ Mutual_Music Show<< _U., Chic Rjjdtab!e i
-- < the membership and att.....
-WftMi < l pm. over WORZ. Merrill's
1-00 New Review Steph Graham-Dr. RCA Victor Show With him during an Inter-
... It a A QtMwi Ntcht For Singing.Danny 1:15 New Review Steph Graham-Dr RCA Victor Show view in headquarters of Orange { committee said the Her 7blre9address
t .I I nA_. Uta Davis sings Tobias; 1:JO Hire to You Sammy' Kay' ___ Pattern In Poetry County ,Chapter, American Red 5 i ii. "could easily be ttlisl
_1:45: Hire to You B. Sage-Facl-FIC'n Th Sophisticate 'selling Orlando to the elt111 1t
f *......, Irbtatle.ahip Cross was his wife who also was
i-OO CBS Symphony _- Reunion _____ John Vandereook: : first. then the nation, a* his tftocussion -
. . a piano. ae10bt with the CBS 2:15 CBS Symphony: Reunion u _. Sunday Matinee ., with him in Manila throughout will be letter
e w ... weti.t 4t11eglMn i of nf'rbft".fences.. She 2:30: CBS Symphony: Lutheran Hour .. Sunday Matinee the Japanese occupation which an open In
__ Sunday Mstlnce. the people of our cMMMBMv 1
2.45 CBS Symphony Lutheran Hour_ nearly cost Dr. Atienza his life.
P Ok-MkMiti Tanntotxi on a Nursery Rhyme. : out the irtuni
pointing many ii
t 3 00 CBS Symphony: House of Mystery Sunday Matinee accountof
1 .**" M .k-Mfil M 3 pjn. over WDBO. 3:15 CBS Symphony: House of Mystery Sunday Matinee The otherwise somber side.'I of The City Beautiful:'

I' _.. *. ..... for ontMctra In the Overture. 3 3 30 45 Summer Summer Elee Eire Hr Hr ., True True Detect Detective ____ Author Author Meet Meet Crlt Crit. humor cruelty when was Mrs.given Atienza a touch remarked of- Burton Thornal Jaycee pMt-

__ C>.Mr. kv AIM Raw thorae. and the : > ': dent and member of the .boewi .tf
_ training : .
4'00 Family Hour Under Arrest NBC Symphony: that water safety .," ". <
t sit I a B .*>sr by Sibelius. 4'15 Family Hour ____ Under Arrest ___ NBC Symphony: the Philippines is hampered ''' <. .. ., ", .+ '.. trustees of the Broadway Mtc-
of .... 4lns .. presentation based on the 4 30 Jean. Sablon Show L. Sweetland Show_ NBC Symphony: -. i in because parents do not wish . '. ,. -",..;..... ... +: dist Church said "..r. Moor ha
NBC Symphony
4 45 Jo* Barsch-News Lee Bweetland ;I .
; '. at thand .*
: a large following our **
t..m ht lae Stephen Graham. Family :SOO: Silver Theatre Those Webrter Sacred Heart ---- I their 'daughters to appear in the , Jaycee t0 M.
we urge every
.. -.+.. iralll Na asjtgtnal Monday evening 6.15: Silver Theatre_ Those Webster Szath-Myri: .--- "nakedness" of modern bv.thing
.. 5'3D Bound Off _,_ Nick Carter _._. Dave Carroway th tend tomorrow's luncheon to hwr
$4m e4P feetwe. It U now heard at 545: Sound Off __.__ Nick_Carter _.... Pave..Oarro-ay hC suits. this distinguished pastor"
"You had better touch that
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.,. ._. 'Show Miss Tazyetta Coon executive INVESTIGATE liEf OlE YOU MHTI
y tw.s .... In Ms tory-telllng career, 6:15 Gene Autry Don Gardiner Jack Paar -
6:30 Blondle __ Grim Story Told Rogue Gallery, secretary of the local chap- : x .
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I kt4 .......d 1Nsedww a second voice during 6 45 Blondle ____..__ Gnat Story Told Rogue._Gallery, __- ter, advised the interviewer. p--4Itc' ,
I.. t... Tta.Ml.lee. WORZ at B pjn. He tells -7:00 Sam Spad ------ Mediation Board Star of Tomorrow Mrs. Atienza. a volunteer Red ,< __ '
1 ; h_ p'..... ...... 11*. The Soul Trapper. '7:15: Sam Spade _.-- Mediation Board___ Star of Tomorrow, Cross worker at home, also spent 3. t ._---.-' S CA
'7:30 Clime Doctor Gabriel Heatter Front & Center 1
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J t.. +.fNkaa JittIC' pranc, U featured in 1.45 Crime Doctor Gabriel Heatter Front & Center -- I the past year studying, having received MEDICAL SMUGGLING DAYS of Japanese he smuggled medicines past 0 w rwrNeNr
.. . ... scholarship at the University f.waar.M
j a
8.00 Corals Archer __ Explorlnc Unkn Wayne: Kin ccabove [left to right! are the .
of Illinois from the Pres- occupation of the Philippine Islands were
Mend rleaaR Mtrrntty starring in Broad- 815: Corliss Archer Explorlnc Dnknn Wayne: Kin. I I
8:30 Ton Martin Listen Carefully Guest Star byterian Board of Foreign Mis-,_ Atienza who>> was with him
u ,
.. Motet OM Yi Gun plays the leading role 845Tony_ Martin ____ Listen Carefully Here to Veteran called here Friday by Dr. Romeo Y. Atienza, -

r t :e.. h T. _.M. a comedy especially: written o 00 Xavier Chat __ Quiet-Please!-=Story for Tonight I sions. V for cupation; Miss Tazyetta Coon, I ................ ........................... .
visited Orlando and other director of health and
___ They now safety services .
15 Xavter Covet Quiet Pleasel Story for Tonight of ;
9 : Orange County Chapter
fce Meet ...*. S retary
i .. r at pjn. over WDBO. 1:30: Strike It Rich Counter Spy __ Th Big Break: -- Florida cities to study Red Cross I
ftev. -4t1/ UMQ Larrr. stars In a heart- l.tS Strike It RIch- __-Counter Spy u_. The B4 Break. : -. methods because of a similarity the Philippine Red Cross. While doing Red Red Cross; Art Heil, safety : RADIOS :

... +mm J ieatten about a. little girl who 10 10:15:GO-Symphonette 8ymphonetU:: =___.. Orchestra William Hlllman__- New Story from behind NBC hdln.. between the climate here and that .Cross medical work at Manila during the war, i' of: the chapter. 1 : REFRIGERATORS :: t

w4war t t..in M a tarcMfiU town on the Gabriel 10'30 Dane Orch. __ Orchestra ___. Henry Russell or. of the Philippines. ---
.. \. ... ..41r WU>r at 7:30: p.m. over WLOP. Ie 45 Dance Orch. .._-_ Orch-New- .* .____Henry Russell or. I A prosperous pediatrician before : WASHERS : 1
11-OtTNtw: __ Stort Farad _.. New from-h"BC Atienza all Mother Drowns ,
Dr. served
I.-. ttiet'i and Eddie Bracken are 11:15 !Scores-New Dance Orch. __. Signed B. Smith (I'the [Air Ambulance Call NEED REPAIRS? : :
I it Red Cross medical !
Irrp' .. 1....tN 1 BUMS on Front and Center a\( 11:30: Dane Orch, ..--. Dane Orch. ___ Coney Island Or as a on Son in Tub of I i .
. 11:45 Dance Orch ____ New ___u w__ Coney Island Or !! officer at Camp O'Donnell, outside For Any :Make
t> .ew WOUe. Kiss" Lamour sings Talla- 12'00-News-.::-_-=====-Sign Oft _____ Mew and Sign Oft i Manila where 29,200 Filipinos Including C CallBARTON'S : 1

w... aid Maas .f Manakoora. Henry Russell's 12.15 Dance Orch __ and 1,807 Americans died. Shortly Opening! of aerial ambulance ': via twin-engined Beechcraft airplanes ''I Tom Brown. 47 :

t...,. estl _lk> d-rw Chiefs provide musical 12:30 lZ.t5: Dance Dance OreS Orch ...... lifter the Bataan Death March service from Orlando to any city i equipped with clothes for herself : .

4.r..4t. "I-00: Sign OHGALLICO __ the death rate In the camp was in the United States was announced to the point of drowned herself and I Tou Benefit By Our M i ,
-- -- 500 a day, the physician said. yesterday by C. M. stretChers'1 bathtub. a 0 lean Experience :
The aerial facilities e
.. 11 N e..MM TURNS A NEAT TRICK The Japs being what they Franklin Home. of Carey Hand Funeral i new service will be curtain yesterday.near A the note : Next to Colony Theatre I

rind l4N I were. Dr. Atienza became a ;, through! a special her be buried I Winter Park 93III :
member of a 12-man underground The facility. Franklin 0 ,
rwwgyn. : 10 members ofI I II said new his with Woottrn Aviation Industries I with her on her left '........................
group will be operated by I Franklin said -- ,
Four Fingered Plan UrgedTo I, which were taken to prison and j organization:; primarily as a I' ,
eight executed. service for Orlando visitors who The new service is the first of .
ambulance serviceto its kind in the Southeast, to his e
I may require
4b knowledge. Franklin said. ,
their homes.
Swiss and Spanish members, as ; =
Met 3A 4 4AtAS+it Mystify Highway HogsI well as an Irish priest, the group I:L "In event of transportation of ;

e .. Lrw 4l r.r. smuggled medical supplies, cloth- an invalid or other nonambulatory The finest To Re Had \ : "YOUR TRAVEL AGENT"Air

: ing and food into the camp to relieve patient to a point outside op- AUTO PAINTING
I I PAUL GALLICO suffering. Dr. Atienza said. erating radius of a motor ambulance Bus and Steamship Tickets,
I At this time in the interest of good motoring, safe j| Despite its international origins. we are prepared to furnish lor that NEW CAR LOOK"
B l t llf 111m driving and the preservation of life and limb upon the highway -; the group held to American phrases motor ambulance service from SAM JONES Tours and Cruises all over the World :,

m seer for secret nomenclature, members anywhere in Florida to the Orlando PAINT AND BODY SHOPS
I am prepared to release to you and the neighbors the I .W. tor: Garland and Jefferson I
CS.vatslat.. being known by such namesas Municipal Airport and fast, Phone 6628 30 E. PINE ST. PHONE 5301 ;,
and insidious Paul W. Gallico Retaliation and .
e f.Hla4 terra "high pockets" and "demijohn. comfortable aerial transportation ,

_Revenge.Against _Dopey Drivers. Plan, as developed, practiced At the very end of the war Dr. IRE,
and time tested Dy me over. Atienza'and the other member of -
a period of years with magnificent I the unit still free learned that the I 0
1t know that. Encountering the
results against road hogs, Japs were suspicious of them, and .
known, he Is forced to think. Almost .,
knew that arrest
Kosslpers dreamers,weavers, maleor was near.
at once you will see him I
: a :.. ...5Clsble ..MI female. slow down and pull over to the But American soldiers ap-
al 1aJIK't" sI 1.eet.ee The Galileo Retaliation" or. right; uncertain, uneasy in his proat'hedIanila! so rapidly, the Even the click of the door tells you-here's
"Four-Flngers-To-You. is childishly -
mind, baffled. I physician said that the Japs de- i
-s: trots N.. DeaNs simple to operate, clean, safe, One finger might be taken as voted full attention to gettingaway.

leaves no after- familiar admonishment.: The per- .

taste. You workIt sonal implications of two fingerswe Fire destroyed Manila Red Cross

as follows: will not go Into at this moment I headquarters, in which was storeda BIGCARQUALITY I
Let us say you and three Is a friendly and detailed list of the deaths at the
are drivingthrough familiar number and not too dis- I camp. This the underground had

i traffic turbing. But four Is a number he smuggled out in rice sacks.
E1I In your heap. or has never encountered. Is it a The doctor's home also was destroyed -

I I rolling along the warning, an insult, or the fraternal but while here he thought AT LOWEST COST I ISlip
I highway at a sign of a lodge brother? Oughthe more of the rebuilding of Manila
safe and
reason- This hardly has started he said
f be alarmed pleased or sore
I II It I able speed and about it. get his dander up and due to lack of materials and funds,

II I you find yourself come and chase you? But how 'I but careful planning is expected to
stymied by a : make the new capital much super-
can he be angry over somethinghe
I I road whowont ior to the old. .1
behind the wheel of
doesn't knor/ about? He hasn'tbeen a new
i ; pull over !
I called a name. Not a word _
Chevrolet and listen while the -
and let Gabled
you by
has been spoken. He racks his Post Office Plans
I I or your safety is menaced by a brain trying to think-if there is door swings smoothly closed at ,t ,.
I weaver up ahead who straddles I II Y
anything shameful or Insulting Mail Handler Exam' your side. Hear that solid, satisfying
I in i
7 the white line traveling first about four fingers.If .
1- one lane and then the other. You U S. Civil Service Commission muffled "click"! That's
1t do not lean out the window and It has a meaning he hasn't
announces open competitive examination -
t t for ba.'I"WassinheUisammarra"ith.1I"henrathinkya heard about It, but then maybe I for probational appointment quality talking-telling you\ that

'. goingidahtat- he isn't up on the latest gestures to the position of sub- here Is the all-steel sturdiness and :

he way ya wanna punch in a nose?" . By this time you are stitute mail handler at the Orlando safety,the quiet Big-Car comfort, - ; I'
i BETTER No sir. Not under the Galileo miles away and the dope is still Post Office. c tm
of the on/y Body by Fisher in the ? .
plan. This Is strenuous and a stewing.But 11 Pay ranges from a starting wage I '.

: HEARING waste of breath and old-fashioned. the real beauty of the Gal- of 99 cents per hour up to 124. low-price field! -

Besides there is always the palp, lico plan is that it does not end Age limits are 18 to 62. except'for

j r .. mtasem. w .... . able risk that the party in the I there. The dope goes on broodingand i veterans. Applicants must reside
_. - W L.aaa..r other Jalopy might turn out to be thinking about it for hours. within the delivery area of the

1 SIT .. .. b... .C a beefy and irritable gent with maybe days and weeks later. What post office or be a bona fidepatron. :
v- I ...... --.. -.awm large biceps who once held the the hell DID that guy mean by Applications must be filed )
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i ....... ".m amateur middleweight champion- not later than Aug. 21.Boys' ==- .. -
.' 1.- W 414 .. i-i pea holding up four fingers? Why ..rJ- - .- I
ship of the house district and
-- ya I--- . didn't; I catch up with him and
\: .... .,mr.pie.. -N-,....M..-.- I mho wishes to discuss: the matter bust him one just for good luck? Club Honors .c1J Point the eager, shining hood of a new
of punch in the
a nose.
Soon it begins to interfere with Veteran Physician Chevrolet up the highest hilL Notice how you tcT'.e! It (In
I :I **. .*. ..*. e e.**.e art Fellow now the magnificent his digestion and his sleep. He begins N
l i ** *.. *..*. *tk eteiC. .. simplicity and deadlines of the to lose weight and snap at LONACONINa. Md. [lAP] The stride while lesser cars labor and falter. That's power for you-the

. a.- v ... t.a.m.__. modern Galileo Plan. As you I the missus who has only been Boys Service Club got together /. ''+ T. ..' rt t superior pep and performance of the only Valve-in-Heod I Iv'
flnaUy Jockey into passing him, I yesterday and decided to give Dr.
t r - IMet ... waiting a good excuse to let '
and pull alongside him momentarily Henry M. Hodgson a retirementgift } Engine in.Chevrolet's price class
; - f...6 .. 4..Me1//. up him have it anyway.At f
i you hold up four t the office he is moody and e.ndori him a testimonial a.
105 members 103
C. BLEAU flngera. 'absent-minded. Doggonit. now if '
M were delivered by Dr. Hodgson at f
Not one, not two. not three, but I it had been five fingers it might : birth. The physician. 69. said he fat .
1tIt..* .rfewUfSwict. four with the thumb concealed so 1 have been the symbol of cocking ': had performed the task 3,703 times

Q that only the last four digits area I a snoot in which case he cer- in 44 years of practice here.ESTER, WI '

letI.'a. . I' AAaapltr..1 I I plainly by without visible.uttering You then a word.drive on II tainly and poked would you have one.gone But after It wasnt you; i /ai team about Chevrolet's low delivered prices ; ; and n :

-.. M, tibl.w, rl.. What does it mean to hold up five, it was just four. At this point us for some typical owners'reports on operation and :

I If -- [ four fingers? Nothing. Ah. but I. the boss walks by and says"LIssen. ,, = = .- upkeep costs.Youll find that only Chevrolet
how -
f ,IthaU Just it. The dope dosent; Rinderbrust. about doinga --l; I.I.ask
tL_ - -- --- little work around here, or else? = gives you Big-Car Quality of Lowest Cost
i There's guys standing In line for r -

I jobs, you know. i = = ____l [ V '
If he is so foolish as to ask V .
I i anyone the meaning of four fingers ..,-.. ,

he Is further punished by '"
Convenient being forced to rehearse and confess ITl ..'''', ::.I ..
Safe i I IV ,If I fJ .' ' .
his crime when the other .'.' ''' I .
'guy says, "What do you mean = nORTH CflROLinfl, i iI j'! %4: !

four fingers? How can a guy hold :7Z" Give a new Chevrolet its head down the roughest road you I Icon
i up four fingers;? 1
find. Feel how you seem to float over the bumps . e !
i "'''eD, I am driving along the "" lCCLaylLO =
J1.rPtrltan Hx press Travelers Checkstravel I highway, and this guy is blowing tIT '' -- how swiftly you ease into a silken stop at a nudge of the

I at me to get over and . ." --1; Summer c..t... eeloeuet.ie :-: brake pedal Mixed Knee-Adion Gliding Ride with ,
atNst! hinds from loss
/ our j "Oh. you were out In the middle '(, .c.u. bnagvvariacreasiiiff _= POSllJY.- ction Hydraulic Brake Is a comfort.safety combination
I of the road. were you? :. ,..... -
this "Land .f Th-
that cant be beat-a pair of features that /
.Jtll ami are tt"tralaC'ce tabl If he is a strong-minded dope = Sky": I Craggy Rl-Wod.- = i

I he may recover: In a few days withno I, ;: dr__Garden Great Snaky :: l Chevrolet provides!

ilwll."t at this bank. permanent injury. but many I :::::. Matmuuu UU7.9JO Naaoaal.iiron Park laM =-= I r. =

I never do get better and are = yemi).Biltm.e He......| = C H E V R 0 LET i

II gibbering eventually hauled about off four to the fingers.hatch ,I = ft Gud.nractioaa. ..ct. Adeq-at saaa. -= QUALITY SERVICE,too!There's no place like 1

I which means that many less on I =--- boceli and (not ....... = a Chevrolet dealer's for skilled, car-saving "
Superb golf awl all
popu.'tripods. =
the road. Get In on the Gallico .Con by through = service Drive in soon-and regularly. .
Retaliation Plan. __ =
Pullaaa*a ee a. D
i folder. No. 14 . = qoM
CITIZENSNATONAL! RANK! ill I Ipe I Body lice have lived on and w CHAMBER OP COM. ::
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Our $25.00 Pair it Job Is- only $25.00 unless you

order extras-o>ur finest Deluxe jobs are also
fc Ihfciaaw-i 1 ot Gout St. Dial 7141 priced accordlniSTN f to your order.rERspoNTIAC. :: -


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r ( 5unbtty fJtnttntl-5tar Orlando, Florida, .July 27, 1947 I Home

For Your BEST Gulf Beach Vacation

I 32MidFlorida Bank Chain Forged Club Plan Picnici Women THE DUNES On Newest St. PetersUrf and Finest. '*

-,.. ,- .-. ..",......:a. p "--1 while Punta Gorda "serves a great ... bank at Sanford. has lived in flor-i Orange County Council of Sen- APARTMENTS Gulf BecK
M'Nully DirectsGroup's cattle, citrus and commercial fish- r ida all his life. He has been associated ior Home Demonstration Clubs
ing section since July 1944. with this will hold its annual picnic tomor- At "Redinjton Beach, on Boca Cieca Bay. 1M teals M
.:t The man who has linked together bank following a varied banking at 10:30 at Rock Gulf oll\lexico. ....
experience. Married he has four row : am. Springs Spic and span and sparkling brand
aU these areas through
related banks-of most.of which sons Alvin K. William, Robert, ,, near Apopka, Miss Elizabeth Dick- Gay, colorful furnishings. Electric kitchens mM MTT- C,
Growth home demonstration ,
< he is president-came: to Central and Henry, and a daughter, enson said yesterday. agent Ice garages, Acre of private beach. Tennis fish. .M
Florida in 1924<< after developing Esther. I Members of the Conway Club, sports. Greatly reduced summer rates from $II wtdly.
a cattle and hog business in I II Deposits of the Sanford bank Mrs. S. \V Speer, president, will and .
w. e4iM fttablishmtoU are I have increased from $242656.93: August September are fine months on the .lit.
Minnesota and South Dakota. d
; be hostesses. Other in
units the
,... mi in 1939, when it organized td The Dunes Apartments Frttw-
mtidtrable fanfare. I Citrus was his first interest at was council are the Colonial town, Win- Redington Beach St.
"". a ........ why. many person Melbourne,where he organized the I $3,784,140.97 this year while the ter Park. Union Park, Grand Avenue burg. Phone Gulf Beach 99-643. Jack Schaefer Mar. C
... first bank of the in May number of officers and employeeshas Gotha and
e. ... -.... tnt when told group ,, Beulah Clubs.
......... 1934, with others being organizedor increased from three to nine. I I
unified of
tAet a group Q John H. DeBerry president of I Women attending will brine . .,........ .. I
. .
I Idrdral
1 runt
addle trio Msrs tanned In Central purchased on these dates: New" I r.:1: "16r r" .5"IsU r.I .1.11. S.r Oi4r r I 1 1 1 e YI e. 1 Ij
the Bank of New Smyrna, wasborn basket lunches. Games and !
vbnsx Smyrna. Jan. 25, 1936; Kissimmee,
FMrlda ikt 10
fleet paM yeara.tt other forms of entertainmentare : =
in Sasser, Ga., and has lived
Jan. I, 1938; Sanford Oct. 1,1941
___sad to" c. II McNulty )..leI1 Okeechobee Nov. 19. 1943; Punta; in Florida for) 30 3 ears He has planned. \I Winter Park )Su t
\ Iarh des the Florida I Telephone -i iAs
been associated with this bank. !! ;
'a'. !kMft. tAtcrd: the Filetw.eaa4 k : at Gorda. Oct. 1. 1945. Mrs.'Charles Van Steenberg of
since its organization, and worked
McNulty was born at Cochran- Colonialtown and Mrs. E. S. Lawrence : !
I fUk. Kluimaaee. the
.... sf I UfmvT. the Bank: of ton. Pa. Jan. 27. 1889 and attended previously for other Florida banks. of Gotha will leave tomor- | Company
'..'. -Aa. Okeethobee County three colleges and universities In the past 10 years depositsat I row morning for Tallahassee to i
acne Ml Ut Pasta' Oordm State before!! becoming a merchant. the New Smyrna institution I attend the annual four-day meet- !! 5 I
ItaarA ,1 !Married he has seven sons Wal- have increased from $95,665.9-1 ing of the State Council of Senior offering i
.Miaaaed statement repealed ter R., Charles P.. Warren E., Fred to $3,293,937,18 and loans and Home Demonstration Clubs as
'lags Ibr rtaWWlenL known as H. Clifford L..David L and Ches- discounts from $51,293.25 to ,I>county delegates. 4% CLASS "B" CUMULATIVE PREFERRED STOCK t i
'... .*..*. OrtMip of Banks had C. JH. M'NULTY ter H. McNulty.He JOHN H. DE BERRY 56380850. In 1936 officers -
....MM ., llt.14<.4754S U of . community service. was a lieutenant in the U.S. . business growth.Mrs. and employees numbered four, in Ft. Wayne, Ind., he came to IPar Value $100.001 J
}4S. M with rapttal clock. of Coast Guard during the war. A now they total 11. Florida eight years ago. Married, I
.1u fl aN sal a Mirptui Of 1400.000. greatest Winter farming district national Republican committeeman John Warmstrong, and a R. W. Freitag, vice-president of he has a daughter, Judith Anne. PRICE $100.00
else seer a.4 dtecounU totalled producing $4 million in celery annually he was chairman of the party granddaughter Janis.N the Punta Gorda State Bank, went Deposits have increased to
I" sea 3114 ." s State. committee'from. 1936 to there 22 months ago from the 2044098.96 this year from $165.- !
... The Kissimmee bank says it """ r -'d'4' -':<:::;>''->) Ray Carroll president of the First National Bank of Palm 601 in 1936 while loans and discounts Prospectus Available !
,. .
ftM that the groupbri..IN serves "Florida's greatest cattle- l% bank in Kissimmee and vicepresident Beach, with which he had been amounting to $48.657 a
lass". sn er lly! rerogaMl raising district in the fertile Kis- of that in Okeechobee, was connected for eight years. Born decade ago, now total $304.819.99Glass Inquire :
. sae the fart that simmee valley. born in New Albany, Ohio, and<
.e.b tluh I4-itfir. It wit with has been a resident of Florida for I CARL H. GALLOWAY :
Melbourne, of course, is centralto
ta. _..llr It crve*. "the prosperous and famous 25 years having been associated IIJ / i :
.. with the Kissimmee bank for the Fpr Purposes -
t. in 1M pikbttcaUons New Indian River fruit belt.
.....!. ibarli .la tdrnUHed as Okeechobee is listed as key pointin J last five years. Married he has a I 111m GLASS 11'I 11'/11'i: 28 East New England Avenue :
-.. isee/ road' center andarea "a highly productive rural area ,. Asa son John E, Carroll and a daughter. : FRENCH MIRROR PLATE GLASS, Inc. Winter Park, Florida :
--wtaI tlrlilag ." which produces vast quantitiesof .Qa Mrs. George Y. Bast. Distributor Serving Florida since 1908 BLOCK : i iI Phone .; No. 50J :
artt/ard fcs wiled the ..orld'. cattle, fish and farm products," The Kissimmee bank listed deposits I ISLLUSIj '

loans and of $343,636.76 discounts in amounted 1936 when to Ij I 75 W. Pine St. TeL 5H4 III' ;:.ad, .'i"r., :, : 'I"'I'4'e'IrPll, '..'h"1nl.I"UII'r"r"r'7+tai'0nb.."I ..._.'W'... ..I_.

LUSTER FOAM kx,: $$102,363.15.. Comparable figures 10 --.
I Mumpa. for tiers. klns and repels fleas and ticks.: years later were $3,775,646.30 and --_ : . :- ,_ _' = "_ '-- t. = -.-: -_ - -
..*...u_.,.. KeMels *waer at Bean Joe, best ill \4 90627370.
f I I2 :=. Wlutr.. at recent Daytona dog show ts aa Barington Kilpatrick As of June 30 last the Okee
U u user of tester Foam.
chobee, CountBank listed deFreitag -
S.U ky Leadiag Drug Feed and Pet Stores 1942. and for 1947 is chairman of
UXOKCK: LABORATORIES. ORLANDO. FLA. the agriculture committee of the I
Florida Bankers Assn. i
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The parent bank of Melbourne
'"""" of which George W. Barington is ;y. p
Complete line of vice-president and cashier listed J a
deposits of $377,000 for 1936. whilein
Mfspllal. and Sick Room Supplies 1947 the total had grown to

Trusses Supports Crutches 3528000. with loans and discounts 37 West Church sr. 1
increasing in the same period \ .
Wheel Chairs and Hospital Beds from $156.000 to $690.000,and - ---- .
number of officers and employes Orlando, Fla. '
r Sales and Rentals from six to 12. 44
,- Born in Brooks County. Ga.. t -
.1 fyytc* -jAo/HJScn & Companif.Jn Barington has lived in Florida for
R I 28: years and been associated with Carroll i 4 A WAREHOUSE CLOSEOUT BRINGS TO YOU
res+rtal MrmCUNt AM* y the Melbourne bank for 11 years
toIOIAgq tumJU AM
\t-t fQUMONr..
i before which for 10 years he was posits of $$1,325,141 and loans
!f', J--iA Z".MOJ.J... .I associated with the Florida Power and discounts of $$306,275. !
tit Xe. Orsngt Orlando Phone 7253 2-4250 I. and Light Co. and its predecessor. Born in Marianna E. G. Kil- PINAFORES $ )
Married, he has a daughter. 'patrick Jr.. vice-president of the
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GEOMETRY E ? Ugb!r But here I

to your sweetheart means Extra c"mfol i I 1r !

Burch .: 1 f *Wie
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Th!shout more co swing; or sway.
ort and '
fatgu. less .
I t kT TOW'S that Buick sweetheart off care. The kind that comes from to the .very mire you t ael.Credit that d
'X JL your? Still living out with men who are truly fond of Buicks ,suspension of Bvick fro nt.wheelF r 3

; that eager Fireball power surge -who know what they can do and Th. wlh..fr"' . ,
a: .at a toe-touch Still answering like to bring out all their oomph slightly on curv.s-rh a n designedt bank l

every light finger. .-toueh, on theM and go. turns a deraroe or t"wo sha nS'd.h wheel' I ,I
a .
"heel? ** outsi on the
one. And
Let these of test and the'r. hung r
.. 4 men ours angle that 'lets at an I V It'
Joint. very nicely,thank you."But Buick tools Let them replace an$0

years have a way of whittling thing that's worn with the right lob good for men Buick I who f ontwhee.servrce know Is a OH SALE HON., 9 A.M. 1

way at I'Crformance-lometimes Buick.engineered part. Then wheel' action who Buick hoot.L I

so slowly you don't notice it. ZING, back comes the swing to approved checking.: qUipav.; Buick: SIZES 12 TO 20, 38 TO 42

your sweetheart. have at hand any needed ; of-who PLENTY OF SIZES 38 TO 42 ( \ S
4 So you tan be In for: a whoppingsurprise. ,; fleeced parts uck-engle; ,
:Job for Job, Buick car care costs Another \ / '(

t lust wheel I your j-, car, Into.our--shop'" no more than ordinary service. keeps Buich exampl bast.of Whether why BUIck Core \ 0 GIRLS! WOMEN! GET UP v \

S it ..and treat It to some real 1 Buick So, what whether to lose I it's?for Come a tune In to-up us, why""your 1 alignment car to or us.any other often It'l lion for, A PARTY! BRING YOUR FRIENDS, NEIGHBORS t ,//
I Co major or minor repair orj: SISTERS, MOTHERS, COUSINS, f ,,

regular l lubrication. :Your ) \A7Jirtt1i/' BRING ANYONE . BUT BE HERE MON.! '

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