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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: September 2, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
daily
regular
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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 )
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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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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yesterday begin cashing terminal -I introduced in Orlando yes I l ..

leave bonds and it is ;terday as the 1943 running t

: estimated that approximately mate of Pres. Harry Truman I _
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! bonds will be cashed in this area of the U. S. I II
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: I.I labor called upon Sen. Pepper to
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estimated run for the vice-presidency in

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spending money may
ever $1 billion as bonds become I The introduction was made by

I dollars and flow into the channels W. J. [Funiel Steed Orlando attorney -

of trade. About $9 million and longtime friend of

veterans can cash bonds. I : Florida's senior U. S. Senator

I In three Central Florida Labor
All Orlando banks-the First
Day speeches Sen. Pepper called
and Citi-
National. Florida Bank
: upon the working people of the
Kens National-are ready to cash '
I nation to demand repeal of the
bonds and it is expected that a
large number of rx-GIs will take I Taft-Hartley Act and to support a SEN. HOLLAND YESTERDAY WAS GUEST Roby Laing, cprd and Lake Okeechobee,

advantage of the opportunity although liberal Democratic Party as the of Sanford and is shown [above] between State produce mercha as they enjoyed the Labor

Pres. Truman government : only hope for the peace and prosperity Sen Lloyd F. Boyle, Seminole County and Day boat races on Lake Monroe.
of the American people and
officials, members of Congress and I the world. 1 r
'

bankers have urged veterans to f r! Pepper spoke first at the Cen- Green 'Warrant Sworn Out Brazil HailsPresident

hold onto bonds as long as pos- lF Yov ,, : tral Florida Labor Council celebra- : Urges

sible. D C sSPbcD tion at Lakeside Park, Lake Con- : For Don StevensIn I On

1 Just what the cashing of bonds ] 'EM YY

t will mean for Central Florida was way. Duval Slayings
-\i I Battle Polls
i Pepper spoke at the Wildwood at i
a matter of speculation yesterday. celebration In the afternoon and JACKSONVILLE [AP Sheriff Defense JunketRIO

although it is expected that a mild Rex Sweat !said yesterday that
spending spree will result. i 4 .. : at Daytona Beach last night. i I CHICAGO [UP] Pres. Wil Don M. Stevens, n, a refrigeration DE JANEIRO [AP]
; Other speakers making brief remarks serviceman, was being soughtIn Brazil took Pres. Truman to
,
close liam Green of the American
Economists will keep .
1 #' ..wea in Orlando included JamesE. connection with the Saturday its heart yesterday with a
watch on the cashing of the ) : I Dye County Judge A. S. Her- Federation of Labor warneda : slaying of Richard tSmittyl Mel- i tumultuous welcome in
$1,830 million issue, both for Inflationary I vtn. 45, and his father James
t long Jr. of Leesburg; City Com. crowd of 125,000 at a Labor Melvin, 75. which hundreds of thousands
effect on prices and I
George Sipple' .Elmer Brown, vice- Day rally! yesterday againstHiadvised I ? Sheriff SweatuidStevens was ahoutelH 1l Tnanan' and
-ueaell ie
a* a barometer of the I accused of the double slaying by i"Viva Truman unttt.tfeeir throats

f-r' situation of the former service- I I Police Action Race''' Janes Plane r "anti-Labor strikes"legislation.in retaliationfor Lee, who was shot in the chest ;i were hoarse. '.
; .men. Cleveland and face. A warrant charging I From the time the President
: i The place for labor to fight its : Stevens with the two killings was stepped from his plane The Independence -
the
Officially, yesterday was Infant Still 1 1I enemies is at the polls Green sworn out yesterday the sheriff at the Poato De Gal-
cashing.but Saves Marooned I I i
bond
day Congress set for
: i I
1 said. lie said production must eao Military Airdrome until he
Labor Day observance by i Crash Kills Pilot 1I be kept going at -full blast. : said.Sheriff Sweat and Gene Griffin, retired for the night at the U. S,
banks held up the actual transactions I I
Embassy he received the affec-
Rattler Victim I On Swan IslandFORT Besides Green's address, the chief of the county's criminal Investigation tionate
said there plaudits of the crowds at s
rally at Soldier Field featured division I

Fast, smooth co-operation I CLEVELAND [AP] Pilot LAUDERDALE, g vaudeville acts, midget auto races was a "strong possibility" Stevens every The turn.estimated turnout that lined
Contends ; -
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Wallace between the State Road'I Tony Jannazo, Cleveland, [UP] Two of the three cast-I 1. and round-the-world a personal flier appearance William by P. was wounded the younger, as Melvin evidence fired indicated at'- Rio De Janeiro main
,
U S Bound For Patrol, city police and the was killed yesterday as four aways of Swan Island returned Odom. The crowd was so great him several times. thoroughfare Avenue Rio Branco ,
.
police radio operator was planes crashed during the to Florida yesterdayand that by noon all gates were closed. i and other streets along the six-

Depression and War i credited last night with sav- Thompoon Trophy dash, outstanding began making plans to Many thousands were. unable to Bryan Statue Dedicated mile high route as one to the mHHon.Embassy rangedas

DETROIT [AP] Henry A. Wal- ing the life of 22-months-old Ger- event of the national air rescue the third and their gasless get in. LINCOLN. Neb. [API A bronze i The President stood up in the
of
ald Odom who was bitten on the races while Cook Cleland. Cleve- $35,000 Gruman Widgeon airplane. 4 Green said that members statue of William Jennings Bryan I rear of his open car to wave to
lace told a CIO Labor Day mass and state legislators who
foot by a rattlesnake while play- land, roared to victory with a new congress was unveiled and dedicated yesterday i the crowds.A .
meeting here yesterday that the William A Krusen, 26, and his voted for "reprehensible legislation" ,
ing in the yard of his home at record speed of 396.1 miles an at the main entrance to the storm of shredded flut-
paper
and i i
"present policies of Congress Zellwood. father I. A. Krusen Tampa con- were labors leading enemies.
,Nebraska Statehouse with tered down from
hour. no men- ; office buildingsinto
the administration are guiding The snake was killed by the tractors, came into port aboarda He asked labor to defeat them for'
Jannazo a Navy combat pilot tion of the recent controversy over the Presidential path where
this country" towards depressionand child's father, Ray R. Odom State during the war, crashed into the Nicaraguan vessel laden with re-election next year. its location.The I II 20000 Brazilian soldiers stood
"The nation's workers will reg- ,
war.
Road Patrolman Arthur L. Gra-
ground with his big Corsair Navy which had flaggedas guard.
they
mahogany this
ister a stirring protest against i
Wallace said his principal interest ham reported. the 2 off I i iORLA.130 The welcome
fighter near No. Pylon I III was a prelude to
!
300 hostile anti-labor Weather
it the little Wand of
new
it passed wave
At Orange Memorial Hospital
;
was "In trying to make ; to the southeast corner of the Mr. Truman's address to the closing -
"The
Liberal" was reported the child had a good I II miles below CUba. They took a legislation he said. masses
the Democratic Party more session of the
I field. The plane burned. I I of people will not tolerate the attempted II AND VICINITY: i iI Inter-American
and added that "the liberal chance to recover. I Officials said also Jean Ziegler plane immediately for Tampa. I FLAYS LABOR LAW destruction of their I Partly cloudy through tomorrow I Conference today.At .

movement in this country I Graham, who rushed the child Kenmore. N Y., had parachuted :' The Krusens and Pilot Albert Sen. Pepper. unions." except local thnndenhow- I Quitandinha. he will pay
never will get anywhere un- here after receiving Odom's report about midway during the race. Janes. Orlando, had been ers In afternoon and early evening I tribute to.the representatives of

til there .is unified labor In the radioed ahead that he was I He reportedly was uninjured.Jack stranded on Swan Island, site president of the International I the American Republics who

country." en route. I B. Ilardwick. Arcadia. of a U. S. weather station and i Typographical Union; and Oscar Holiday/ Toll *r wrought peace the In the conference interest of defense world

Wallace added that "half of the Miss Dorothy McGuire, operator I CaL. crash-landed his 51-P radio beacon since last Tuesday, I Ross, of Knoxville Term. regional Cracker Jim Sez: treaty aimed at resisting aggressIon -

money used on our 'fight Russia' I, on duty, relayed the message to Mustang at the start of the I when their plane ran out of gas. i director of the American Federa- whenever and wh-rever it appears
program could be used with wonderful 1,i police cars and notified the hospital race but walked off with torn I They blamed the fact that the I tion of Labor. 1 Reaches 349 Hit was shore sunshiny yestiddy in the Western World.
I
j : an iffen we have a few more days
inside to
results the U. S. emergency room I II clothing as his only apparent not working. 1
lengthen and improve the lives of I Graham was met at the city 1 personal damage. radio beacon was there. The j Spencer Locke council president'I CHICAGO [UP The number of like that them wet spots is gonna \

our own people, while the other limits by a police escort which I Janes said remained they would arrangeto I acted as master of ceremonies. holiday accidental deaths soared I dry up mity fast like. I went: Bus; Strike (Quiets ,

half could be used to expand trade : cleared traffic to the hospital ; Woody Edmondson Lynchburg, Krusens fuel to him. Pepper who termed the Taft- last night as millions of weary mo- : outten to that low golfing territory I;
Va.. was injured in a parachute fly Virginia CityALEXA."IDRU.
: yestiddy an
with the devastated and backward I I' torists Jammed the nation's highways -
:
landing and taken to Berea Hos Hartley bill the "most vicious"piece
,
areas on a basis that would : Hindu; Demonstrators : 'i to return home from Labor 'them houses La. [AP] The
lead to peace rather than to war." I pital. Reform School Inmate of legislation ever passed by: Day weekend trips. I what has been situation was quiet yesterday in I

: Routed at Gandhi Home j the Congress said a small, domi- : At least 349 persons had died i under water was the Southern TraUways Bus

Newsreel Ace Saves : CALCUTTA TAP! Calcutta I Police Scatter Strangled in His Cell j nant re-actionary group in Con- in accidents of all types since the !I, plumb dry cause / strike in which each side has
i ': three-day holiday began at 6 p.m. them sod soakin Jt made charges of
police used tear gas yesterday to BOONEVILLE Mo. [AP Violent had set out to wreck the violence or other
in Boat Blast : Nude Marchers added to the gress Friday. Traffic accidents had i rains has quit misconduct since the began
Son break up a howling crowd of 500 death yesterday was system through which the workingman : Iffen I company -
entirely.
Hindus who besieged the home I troubles of the Missouri State stand for his rights. killed 206 persons. Seventy died operating buses with new em-
MIAMI API Alfred Waldron,, where Mohandas K. Gandhi lives NELSON B. C. UP] Provincial Training! School for Boys from may up 1 in miscellaneous accidents, 52 aint far wrong ployes 10 days ago Three new-
Fox Movietone News photographerof :with the former Moslem Premier i police yesterday broke up nude ,,which 189 inmates have escaped in I [Continued on Page Z. Cot 41] were drowned and 21 had been t them rains is employes reported being chased

thrilling episodes around the H. S. Suhra wardy. as a practical marches of 800 men and women the last five months. Found killed in airplane crashes. durn near over by eight men 'On an Alexandriastreet
world found himself the center<<: ofa i demonstration of Hindu-Moslem I II of the radical "Sons nOf& g:" !strangled to death in his cell was ; I with an all we gonna have from Sunday night, but no physical -
grim drama yesterday when his I amity. They had brought a Hindu : unit of the S Donald Threlkeld 14. Hannibal; Ecuador Rebels Car Train Crash now on is a buttermilk sky witha clash was reported to police
cabin cruiser The Vagabond ex- religious sect who were heading ; penny sun. an that's shore a
,
Owens
Moslems him Jerry
i allegedly stabbed by to Mo. With was I
ploded on a fishing trip and took I show Gandhi the kind of peace here to protest arrests of other i 17, who had moved bricks from Claim Five Towns I II I I Fatal for ThreeCANON sign that its gonna be hotter : Prado HomeBombed
the life of his youngest son. Richard prevailing in Calcutta." I.members.The ;between two cells and had wriggled I than breezy. Jed Prod says from ,,
5. An older son. Alfred Jr. "Sons of Freedom,** most j through into Threlkeld's cell. { QUITO [UPI Army counter-, CITY, Colo. [t PJ. The I now on out it aint goin to be' LIMA, Peru TAP] Lima news-
7, was saved only by the father of them naked in their traditionalmanner I revolutionists, claiming control of fitten for a human to do no more papers said a bomb exploded yes
''i Limited route
braving flaming gasoline to swimto i Doris Duke Marries of demonstration against J : five key towns in Ecuador, including Royal Gorge en : than sip that ice water what that i terday In the home of former Pres.
him. I Dominican authority disbanded without Violence I Army Trainer Collision Guayaquil: last night were reported from Denver to Salt Lake City Yankee wider woman brings you. I, Manuel Prado. but that no one

Diplomat when confronted by a police i i marshalling planes, tanks I II struck a holidaying passenger car -6- I was Injured and that damage was
Negroes To Vote TodayIn i PARIS IUP1 Doris Duke American -I road block.Bradley i it Kills Three Officers I and armored cars for an attempt 1 1I I yesterday, killing three of its occupants I THE WEATHER slight.

i tobacco heiress called "Rich- t! Ar-I to overthrow CoL Carlos Mancheno. -] Dartwu ...eta and Smyrna Mach J. to
MINNEAPOLIS [lAP Three Walter Schulze. 50. Westcliffe. Tide HUb: 811am. and 1:U p m: Low:
*
est girl in the world. launched .
Tampa City ElectionTAMPA / 'Gratified : my Reserve officers, all Minnesotans the new dictator-president. 'j Colo., rancher who was driving his 828 am, and c 201 pm Heat Hits Los Angeleli: *
I
i herself into a second try for matrimonial ; Mancheno imposed a nation- : Coda BMC Tide*. High 8 21 a.msnd |
lAP An estimated I bliss yesterday by marrying t were killed yesterday in a wide state of siege and press gag.!, daughter and niece to college u i 2.05 p m : Low: i.33: a m. net 2:11: D ra II | LOS ANGELES rJ1tjo > Beat
20000 voters including about Porforio Rubirosa. 39, hand-i, Reviews GIs in Reich I collision of two Army AT6 training but the anti-Mancheno movement' was' killed instantly. Also dead ,I Sebastian Inlet TI ft. Huh. 8.16 s m. ; wave which sent the thermometerto
3.000 Negroes, will ballot todayon planes as their flight of 16 ships : 48. and his :, and 2.00 PJH; Low: 8-33 ajn. and 2.06 : 101 degrees yesterday Los
some diplomat of the Dominican FRANKFURT [AP] Gen. continued to spread. II were-his wife. Lassie ,P I If gave
a Mayor and other city offi Republic who has had two ley marched the U S. Brad-I.i was returning to base after giving ;I I sister-in-law. Mrs. Thelma IUB hae*. Riaea 6 04; Seta 6.45. Angeles its hottest day in nearly

cials. It will be the first time j i ous wives. on its biggest military an aerial salute to Gen. Eisenhower Schulze 46.Atlanta f LOCAL TfMPEKATUMES: I two years.Tonight's.
Negroes have voted in a local previ-I Germany since the war yesterday I at the Minnesota State Fair. i Poor Quality Goods I Recorded ,or U 6. Weather Bared at .

white municipal party primary. Matador and expressed "gratification" at'I 4 Seaboard Municipal Airport Mitmnum. 74 Movies
Goes A Maximum M.
,, the appearance, equipment and : Global Flivver Pilots Seen in Jap Marts 1 UIL __u____ 'T7. 1 p.m.--____ to 15UCH.UI: They wont 3k u... M.
OVERNIGHT AND training of the 9,000 occupation : Walk Out I 2 a.m. ____ '76 I 2 IU'" __ II 1-00. 2.:1:1.:: 4.S9 6:43.-876: : guest 615vlew. -
20,000 Fans Go Wild! 1 I I TOKYO IAP1 Occupation head- Employes 3 a... ____ 76 3 lUlL ___ tI: 10.00
DAYTIME DELIVERYWhen HAVANA IDPi Several troops. I Arrive in NetherlandsTHE quarters posted its first prices on i ATLANTA [UP] Machinists at., 4 a.m.. ___ 'T5 j 4 11..... __ 13f ROX'Y'; Tb6 W.at. :Senor Me. 1:1G.
persons __
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| 5 s m 75 S 1I.a. IiI 3:15. 5 :,1.2J.; tV.N.Yr
you order mer- were injured yesterday when i HAGUE [API George Tru- I i Japanese export goods yesterday, ):the Atlanta shops of the Seaboard f 6 a.m. 75 6 p.m. -- 94 jtaewAfc zoo 4.oo. .:co.
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from Orlando Mexican bullfighter Silverio Perez : China Refugees Raided :man and Clifford Evans, makinga I and readily agreed with the sour i Airline Railroad walked off their 7 a.1IL 75 T .... --- 110 ':00. 1GO.. ;
chandise r.. 'comments of American buyers 1 1I 6 a.... ___ 75 I..... ___ 88 GRANDBi. T"... 1:00. 3.1S 8 35.
stores specify quick safe failed to appear at new Havana : round-the-world flight in two jobs yesterday in protest of a rearrangement 9 a n. --- 77 9 p.m. --- 131 I 7':50. 10.10; scared U Deatfc. 2:10 4.25.
delivery by Sentinel-Star Stadium for an "exhibition" bullfight j I Dutch Fliers Blamed light planes, flew yesterday from that costs were high. Quality poor I II' of time clocks which IG s-m. __r_ 81 'i l 10 p.m. _____ 78 6.43. 9 00
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and 11 a.m. 85 11 PJH. 781| R1ALTOTraffic la Crfcn 1'38 515
old-fashioned quanti-
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Express, the Jack Rabbit A crowd of 20.000 threw j I BATAVIA [API The Republican' Brussels to the airfield of Ypen- I' styles ,they claimed forced white em- 'Boos -------- 88 Ui4niDt I ----- 7TEMPCKATUIICS 1:55. 10 35; Dick Tracy w. CwtaU. 1 :;0.
Line that leaves daily on stones and bottles into the arena. Ministry of Information at Jogja:burg. near The Hague. ties scanty. ployes to stand in line with Ne- i 410: 4$. 9 25. "00
schedule for 41 Central Police fired into the to halt karta charged yesterday that i groes. ELSEWHERE I VOGUXTh: Fabolooa TMran 4'30.
air I I WASHINGTON (AP) Weather Barrel report 'I:20: 6&-n KtnilT: 2:10. <'Oft. g:M
Florida towns. Mer- the disorders, but without avail. ; Dutch planes had machine gunned DID YOU KNOW? Cop Slays Wife After i of temperature for the 24 boon DRIVE-EC Incendiary Bloat
chants telephone 6291 for two vessels carrying Chinese refugees i Detroit Labor Parade endizu I pm APOPKA: Bias of Soon.
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I I DELANIXTh BetUBiac or TJw Tnd. 4
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Agent to call for m r- off the east coast of Suma- Apartments are vacant in Or- : Saloon Disappearance Achevllla 89 61 Lo mules 107 11.5 DREKA: Wake Cp a i Dr*.B. ZCSTIa
chandise. 9 7SepkJnber19471 tra Friday, killing 10 and wounding lando. Landlords read the i Protests Congress' Act j i' Atlanta t6 69 I LoaisrUle 92 MAtlmattc I Kin* of The rolls HOKS, Vacation Dan
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CHICAGO lAP Policeman I city 77 73 1 Minn.-StJ 80 64. LAKE WALES That Way With WemeaLLESBtJRG
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Sun Skn 7 are ,. 42Turkey Sentinel Star Want-Ads to I Frank Griswold. 40. fatally shot DETROIT UPI In two separate Boston 77 68 I I Mobile 94 7'i iBu.tlalo '' : : HaotoUetctL CAIN: FariaoTa .
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choose their tenants. Your labor marched 80:12: I Hew Orleans S3: '75'' D.agnter.MovNr
his wife. Agnes. 45. a saloon dice 11 11I parades organized Cbicaco 88 u New York 78 M DORA Tanas and Too Hontrcss. -
23456 Okays U. S. Aid Pact I Want-Ad under Wanted to game operator in their home yesterday I down Detroit's Woodward Ave. Cincinnati 87 *9 j PXtladelpBia 81 15 .
4cnt ttI'tarE ) Rent can find a place for you. I Beth,i.100,000 strong yesterday in a La- Dallaa 1<>:3 7O I Phoenix 111 7* SAVPORDTemptation..
while their daughter.
ANKARA UPI National As- .
Oa Weekend.WIVTER
Denver .2i8: I Portland.KT'l 46 WINTER GARDEN: Fan a
7 8 9 10 11 12 13 sembly yesterday unanimously! 11 watched. GrLswold said his wife : bor Day protest against the Taft- Detroit 77 :5) 1 Richmond 92 73 HAVES: Le* MiMnM.
cc; =P--E.s= ratified the Turkish-American; DIAL 4161 I declined to tell him where she had Hartley Act topped by an appeal El Pane 98 _*? I ilL Looia M 75 LAKELAND.-POLK, That War WttHWentvo.
err Jata aeasif lrrr" 18 20 II j Galreaton 97 79 i SaD Prasrsts 83 -$8 PAL4CE:: Mr: 7a.. ** Branett..
.W aw rw..aY 1416 17 19 agreement on American aid for ASK FOR WANT-ADS I been after quitting work several from former Vice-Pres. Henry A. Kanaaa City 93 TT \ Meattte 7* 63Baozri LAKE. Crin.:Or. Kanhantt Aki 'a Irtala
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.s{ Page 2 rlanfca fHnrnlnrj irntinri Tuesday, September 2, 1947 II I OUR BOARDING Residents Mrs. RoyHonored

i I THE A\A30K.S COLDI'M f Home From I

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Former Mayor OAt 1I2eyay I, Senator FlaysTaftHartley i.AeTES-ntAGTHWCUUf>i< EGG- Georgia !
n'l'stl OP ROCK HE FOUND AT riA ALWAYS
HE f.At.E ir4 A FEW -C f ROMKitWG l ] [ :: : :inAa; Mam'ng' Sentinel] At Party
Of AltamonteSprings r '1 MINUTES Yla'LL KNOW AROUND TO Mr. and Mrs. E. F r '
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Sae.; 01 to "r: 'XJ,1"1' Srt
LawContinued U THE2! HE'S GOT el iSO /'\-f 4IRD' O14/ i W. T. Chance. Mrs. : roll!J
Dies R SpMETNWG 'TO AFOUL. and son Carol Jr. DAYTONA BEACH A ties
I! -I RC 4/ I from Georgia party honoring Mrs R.y Ray

Specie? to Orlando! Morning Sentinel]] Nell ArN i I [ From Page One] r i t Irs. C. R. Clonts have here mother from Mrs.Orlando Clyde Tinting Byrd, wu her
II Atlanta and
ALTAMONTE SPRINGS-B. O. I r" '., given Friday by Mrs. Frances
Predicting repeal of the biB N. C.
Smith. 65, former Mayor of Alta Kendig at her Revilo Blvd
Pepper said. "It is now clear that Jones, son of Post fie
monte Springs. died unexpectedly [The Orlando Morning Sentinel will print letters for and the Taft-Hartley Act is the way Mrs. J. B. Jones is': Guests included Mrs. Byrd, Mr&l
Monday at his home after a prolonged against the proposed county consolidation bills scheduled for a to industrial disaster and confu- .1f irrandparents Mr. and Jerry Trumbower, also over from
illness. I vote on Sept. 9. The letters should stick to the facts of the con sion and not the way to labor- :' Reeves in Macon, Ga. Orlando for a visit Mrs. Margartt
Mr. Smith was a member of the : troversy. They should tell why consolidation will be good for the management peace and cooperation ? r ro' Mrs. J. Y. Harris and Wood, all of Columbus. Ga.. Met
Board of Aldermen of the town it will be detrimental Those dealing in personalities were recent dinner LeRoy Morrison. Mrs. Robert
county or why
and later became Mayor, serv- Ed "This act. hoisted upon the Q'r and Mrs. R. L. Rags- Wertheim. Mrs. J. D. McFartand.
will be printed. Keep the letters short.- ]
not
ing from January 1934 until his working people of Amenca by a Mrs. Pete Zahn. Mrs. James Dunn.
recent resignation due to ill For I Against Republican-dominated Congress isproving J Frank Wheeler Jr. Mrs William Dunn. Mrs. Burrel
health. a bill to increase industrial N. C.. with Mr. Wagner Mrs. Patty Oliver, Mrs
Mr. Smith was born Jan. 24, Editor, Orlando Morning Sentinel: Editor Orlando Morning Sentinel: strife to slow. down American F. Wheeler. Kendall Uewellvn.. Mrs Robert
I88J. at Newport Center Va. and I cannot see why there is so My woman's intuition tells me production, to strangle the I Koontz has been re- Shiver Mrs Susan Upchsreh.
had resided here for 25 years. much opposition) to the consoli- that the proposed consolidationbills American democratic labor move- the Orange Memorial Miss Mary Tjpcrmrch. Mr. George
Survivors include his widow dation bills. Why many of our for Orange County will be extremely ment and to impair the national Linton :Mrs Fred' Haaaner and
Mrs. Earlah Smith; a brother, citizens are not favorable toward detrimental to the workingS prosperity and our power to keep I Carltoh. formerly of Mrs. Hershal Dodson.
the Rev. C. L. Smith Elliott. making changes which would of the now smoothly func- world peace. z II to the Fernald-
I be of benefit to Orange tioning court house offices. CASE= II I
Maine: a sister. Mrs. Maude clearly : I had a dream last night In "The way to harmony and N 5 Hospital at Sanford. illness of a relative.
Boucher. Derby. Vt., and several County. between management McKenna mother Mrs. H. F.
high production GeNunless I McGowan and Mrs
.
For a long time I have believed which I saw what might happenif .
nieces and nephews. and labor is free collective S. Sheldon who has H. F. McGouan Jr. have
instruments of the devil returned
these
School Board
members of the
that
Fairchild Funeral Home is In bargaining with labor here for several from Varnville. S. C.
should are forced the community.
upon
and County Commissioners I
charge of arrangments and the receive less remuneration than Words cannot describe the fate able to stand up a* an equal ____- I returned to her home. Miss Elizabeth Farce Is rings r
body will. lie In state there after management and Mrs. C. O Baldwin and
with
the beauti- partner her grandmother Mrs
that which they are allowed at the in store for "county Nettie
noon today, until arrangementsare present time. ful" if we. the honest thinking to demand a fair share of in- we have high production Dallas. Ga.. were re- Farnell. before returning to PfcrWa
completed for the funeral at Long ago I reached the conclusion citizens, allow such things to dustry's profits so as to main- which will l enable us to go to the Miss I guests of Mr. and Mrs. State University
Orleans. VLjJiss that under tbe present set- come to pass.. tain a decent and adequate aid of the distressed people of the They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gore left
up many of our well qualified citizens : If I can t have a hand in nam- standard of living for the R. L. Ragsdale and Wednesday for Cleveland and
\ disdained to run for public ing the man who will be in chargeof American family and the Amer- earthThe Taft-Hartley Act strangles t before returning' home. : Andover OhIO. to visit Gore's
Peeples I i office because of the smell of some the board of education for ican home. the purchasing power of the' Burch and sons relatives for some time They were
campaigns. Most of the people in Orange County how am I to be' David of Winter Park accompanied on their trip by Mrs
The selfish and greedy few not workers and the people generallY. Mr. i\
Plans NuptialsNEW :!, office today are not there because sure my children will get satisfac- satisfied with the biggest profits It makes us less able to help a h"I !guests of Mrs. Borch J. W McKInnon.Mr. .
',they want to serve their com- tory education. corporate enterprise has ever distraught world. It is against the CT,-1 '! Ben Wainright. and Mrs. Marion Wagner
SMYRNA BEACH-The munity but it I* an easy way to 1 There have been many argu- made. speaking through the Re- prosperity of all America's people. NEW S Mrs. Tommy Moon Mr. have returned from Clayton Ga.
ments advanced both for and Guynn and Mr. and
supplement their incomes and in Mr. and Mrs. Don Ulrey and
marriage of Miss Margaret Pee- publican Party. was the power It is against world peace It is
ples. a former resident of New ,, many cases the pay is enough to against the measures but I con- which forced this inequitable contrary to the sentiments of Julia Leinhart were recent! children Don Jr.. Gerry and Gay.
Symrna Beach to S-Sgt. Reginald make for easy living without any sider my woman's intuition a Taft-Hartley Act upon the na- Democracy which are the onlY'' and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. W. have been called to Indiana by the
R. Tarnowski. will be solemnizedat other labor or business.' dominant factor in all decisions I tion and put its clutch around the bulwarks against the flood of phur death of Mrs Ulrey's aunt.
of shall be called to make. Mrs James A. Partm
should the people upon :
Why
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Jones and
11 ajn. Sept. 8. at the South MATRON. throat of every American working Communism in the world. bride of
County be forced to MAUDE their baby Marilyn.
Orange pay
have
daughter Shirley returned
Chapel. Boca Raton Field. I man and working woman. "But on this Labor Day I call
extortionate sums to people who : of Mrs who has been visit from Webster
The bride-elect, daughter of I "They are people with little upon the people of America-all
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Peeples of I help run county''basis affairs To be only electedto on a Aliss\ Harrison, vision. some blinded by their on the people-to dedicate themselvesanew Sunday at : Mrs. Amos Ger Those forming a fishing partyto
has returned
Delray Beach. Is a graduate of part-time selfishness. If they had eyes to to breaking the shackles of ey's sister Fort Pierce this week were: Roy
one of the offices is not now has retarDed to
and Rex Clonts Charles Nibtack.
the New Smyrna Beach High see. they would understand that this vicious Act and restoring the South
but if the
School and has been employed at any particular honor then I believeit : Engaged American business can be pros- American working man and work- close after visiting his and Lee Gary.T. .
Boca Raton Field. pay is withdrawn and L. Lingo and T. L. Lingo Jrhave
would induce of wealth perous only upon the solid founda- ing woman to a new dignity a
men
Sgt. Tarnowski. son of Mr. and tion of the prosperity of the new level of living' 'many, Parsons of Jackson returned from Fort Pierce
and caliber to run for office because '
.Mrs George Tarnowski of Duluth I they do not need the money ; Toted worker, the farmer the small Both Ross and Brown spoke in Mitchell, W. O. Dale of Live where they went on a fishing
:Minn.. attended the Duluth and have the best.interest of the I II businessman and woman and white I opposition to the bill and urged : ter. their sister Mrs party.
;.schools. He is now serving in the community at heart. I, t i5o" :' OJ Dr do 'Vrn;HQ Sent nell collar workers. labor to vote out of office the men+i Mr. Carraway and --
,Army and is stationed at Boca Certainly, after having observedthe DAYTONA BEACH An- "The Taft-Hartley Act is againstall responsible for its passage. I Carolyn Tommy SU'ey and
,Raton Field.NEW. nouncement of Miss Laura Sybil the faced with Mrs. Carraway is still
way some of the offices are these and therefore against Ross said, "We are Tenn.,
I
handled I am all for making some Harrison to Thomas Watts Troy interest of the whole nation. the problem of seeing that those city. the Fernald-Laughton E -
much im- .
Jr. of Wilmans has been announced is very
''changes In our county govern- 1 "Last year corporate profits : who brought this bill among us For her
KIND OFPUDDING ment. Even if it doesn work out by her parents. Mr. and were higher than they have ever are among the unemployed." selected a
of
: Mrs. A. V. Harrison of Miami. Mrs. C. T. Teague.
satisfactorily as anticipated, it been in America while salaries Brown' said the bill was designed dress with ,
The is to be event I S. C.. are visiting their
wedding
an and constantly falling. wreck organized labor.
can't be much worse than it 15noW' wages were 'to r
: of December. Living costs for the working man The celebration. first of its kind orchid, A. Teague, Mrs ;r1
rwL M. H. | Miss Harrison was graduated and woman have gone up and real to be staged by the Central Council rose suit grandson Walter jr.
from Miami Edison High School wages have gone down and now I, started with a motor parade and a Tripp who has 1Y41701Y4
| and has been a student for the under the Taft-Hartley Act. they from the Legion Home at 10 am.. Miss here has returned
Forms No Tough Surface Skin Edgewater YoungstersPlan i i past two years at Florida State are powerless to protest against I in which an estimated 400 cars ter of Mr. I by her two
Style Show i University where she is a member corporate masters who demand : participated.The wedding and Sandra Lee. 'fIEW YORK
Stays Creamy Overnite: 1 I of the F Club and Cotillion more and more profits and cheaper with their grand-
Serve this delicious new pudding discovery [Speciol l to Cr'cn-b! M-. '" "'g g -the f first taste and you 11 never NEW SMYRNA BEACH- Mr Troy was born in Jack- "Last year 82 per cent of all the barbecue at noon was ception. .
see busier spoon Notice the(firm rich Youngsters of Edgewater will. sonville and came to DaytonaBeach the time lost from strikes was estimated at about 1,500 persons in charge Mrs. R. W. Estes and
texture that stays creamy thru and as a small child. He was lost because! of disputes!! over The afternoon was given over Mrs. V. LaJune and Kay and
overrute. a rubbery stage a style show at 8 pm. at Daytona Beach.
thru-even from Seabreeze are
graduated High
Never I wages and hours. Yet the Taft- to a varied program of activity including Massey New ;Orleans, Miami all FloridaYougetenrytlti"whenyovftyNationa.
''surface-forms no no Thursday at the Hawks Park Club School in 1944 where in his sen- Hartley Act offers no better contests swimming, square serving. I Aulin and daughter ,
cornstarch or gelatin. Cooks in half and the at Edgewater. Children from six ior year he was president of the machinery than we had beforeto dancing games and short talks by The returned after visiting ..

'It.irrinr.tune-saves Be sure tiresome to get watching this new discovery months to 13 years of age will Student Government Assn. He make management meet representatives of local unions. hassee mother at Haines speed comfort convenience, courteous
Your attended Georgia Tech and FSU labor halfway in settling disputes Speakers included A. H. Ceder- their All travel
today. Ask for Kran-Kef model "what the well dressed Fort Pierce was a service. recognized air cards
and is a member of Phi Gamma of
carries Krim-Ko m 3 over wages and hours. holm. George Houghton C. C. graduated
rnxer Chocolate... Butterscotch.\amlUu flavorst child will wear this coming sea- Delta. During the war he serveda i "Today American prosperity is Burnett Clyde K. Clouser, Lester lege for :I of his mother and accepted.See your travel agent or caB
son." The show,will be sponsoredby year and a half with the Navy. a sinking island in a rising sea Harris, J E. Winslow C. C. Jacobs and took Mr\ and Mrs. A. R 8828
the "Kidettes" of Edgewater. He is now employed at the Troy of world chaos. We cannot retain A. 1.!. Shgh J. B. Prine, J. N. at Florida : was accompanied home
KmM-KO # Mrs. David Thomas. brother. and trr high level of national em :of the Mary
J ___ ployment unless we preserve the I The Wyoming antelope popula- attended here for some time ttM:
It is estimated that there are real purchasing power of the,' tion now stands at approximately I with the Davis, who has been
about 50.000 distributors of fluid troopers daughters, Mrs. W A. 1I
of America's people and 45.000. i
SPECIAL 9 x'12', All-Wool Carpet ....... ..... $32.50 milk in the United States. masses I two years Mrs Burgess McMa-
16 I ter. He is called to her home
I All-Wool Carpeting: 27- and as- runners: 9". u- ASTBPtrASUFFERERS I OUT OUR WAY State Ga.. by the serious
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Congoleum, 6' and 9' width; Inlaid and Battleship Linoleum. New bop fop relief worn uthm p zoa- GOT VOUfc LONG BROTHER GIVE ME A FT '
is xn today m report of with i
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WOOLEM UNDERWEAR Jsal ,'
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acthma attaefca BOW Mil of blcwed 'EM ON PER NEXTWINTER !' !
Rugs all sizes.AMERICAN, relief. after" llllinc it. FIOMETIN eovtt IS. batrwralta. \ ;i 1 I / ,{kI
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GALLICO PEEPS AT HUGHES QUIZ, SAYSLet's Tuesday, September 2, 19'7 Wrlttnllu morning entinsl> Page 3 .

Man'MayBe I II NOW IS THE TIME.


Quit Being Hypocrites I Mexico's Oil Monkey on Loose Provides I .

Missing Link [ .TO BUY YOUR

Over 'Entertainment' Expense Holiday Kick for Atlantans !, .


DUNDEE. Scotland UPI The \' By PAUL GALLICO Debt Is SettledMEXICO I ATLANTA [UP] A playful brown monkey
Oh come, kiddies, what do you say we all grow up a scampered
pelvis of the "Dawn Man found NORGE
little and relax the moral indignation over the recently ; happily over a three-square mile residential area in East
i in South Africa Aug. 1. close 'I
nay Aircraft :, Atlanta yesterday, delighting children, teasing fathers, J
\ postponed Hughes Investigation? Let's quit being CITY TAP Pres. Ale-
one of the links between and
ape hypocrites. I'm for the coppers in the Senate looking into man announced yesterday settle- scaring housewives and defying all police efforts to cap-
man. Prof. Wilfrid E. Le Gros ment of estimated $250 millionoil ture him.
what happened to all that dough of which I relieved via an HEATER
was
i Clark of Oxford University held expropriation debt owed Brit- On the loose for at least four<> HOME i
income taxes in the S;
past ; !
years '
ish and Dutch concerns for $81.- i
days to police knowledge, the
yesterday.In '
although I have more than a mild : 250.000. plus three cent inter- I picion of blue-uniformed police for -
case the Boss might be expectedto per stu by-tailed bushy-faced monki .
tation a to paper the prepared British for presen- suspicion that the probe isn't going i I be at least mildly resentful toward est since the government took over strutted his stuff yesterday turn- I' when they appeared he wouldwave _
Assn.
for the
to get of it back for But
any me. the party who led him to the properties in March, 1938. ing the section into the scene of at the children and start
Advancement of Science today. Dr. you can't get me excited or exercised -I I WE ALSO HAVE A
.
. Clark who is professor ol anatomy over the cry of "influence." her.I The settlement was reached i a whooping, mad-cap game of leaping through the trees to disappear -
L t at Oxford said the fossils of which Influence plays a major part in I do not say these things are 24 hours before the President hideandgoseek.The A few minutes later he COMPLETE LINE OF FLOOR FURNACES
admirable desirable particularly
. or
the pelvis is one. showed a remarkable business life in the USA. The key ,' democrati- ; went before Congress to deliver children, the parents would turn up in another spot
t : combination of human 'I in a republic operated his first report on the "state of GAS OR OIL
to success is Whom to you know? and even the police, got a big few clocks ,
cally by and for the people but anywhere from a to
. the nation" since he took office
and simian characters. The fos-
Why restrict it to the U.sA ? Labor Day kick out of it. <
human miles distant.
be the several
that to
i seems way last Dec. 1.
sils have been named austra- Cozying up to a big shot for afavor
. lopithecinae."It or a boost I beings: are constituted. The President said the govern- We "Don't think the monkey is CLOSET HEATERS GUNTYPE
i down with thepeepul" ONE ARM DOES IT
It begins
way dangerous and he seems to behaving
is not easy to define pre- up the ladder is ment had reached "a definite and
- what i themselves, long before as much fun as everybody WAUPACA Wis. [UP) Kenneth
cisely the real status of as old as Man. final settlement of all the com-
australopithecinae may be," his Knowing the I it moves up into the higher mitments made by the governmentwhen eyse." said Patrolman J. H, Par- Robinson, 16, is proud of his long-

paper said.i Right People has echelons of society. Government it expropriated the oil indus- ham who spent most of his Labor I distance swimming record set at WILLARD & KEISER
and Big Business. The little fellow try in the benefit of the nation." Day week-end in the futile chase. his Boy Scout camp here. Robin.son's -
i been
". an important
i \ they to be regarded as who shines up to the neighborhoodcop "Negotiations were undertaken "He has scared a few women I'I companions also are proud
"apt'S'ith limb structure and business asset with a Christmas hand-out, and maybe he's raided few back- because he cracked the mark with
a
clear back to the between the National Oil Admin- 709 N. Mills St. Ph. 5136 Colcnialtown
bodily posture approximating to Stone Age. If or buys the district leader a drinkat istration [Petroleos de Mexico! porch kitchens but that may be only one arm. He lost the other in i!
those characteristtis of man or you the corner dram-shop feels hes and representatives of El Aguila because he's hungry." Patrolman an accident six years ago.
are they perhaps to be regarded stood in right ; getting a little edge and a pal Petroleum Co. ( of E. W. Gmn added pointing out ,
as astonishingly small-brained with Old Upg the when he might need one. a subsidiary * * * * * irttt * -* -* -* -* * ** * i
monk
that the skinny.
Head Man. ? 'Royal Dutch Shell and its sub- was "pretty ;
'human beings' of exceedingly sidiaries, directed to the Tearing through the trees dash- I|
i primitive types? played ball with You don't have to be Mach-- fixing i
him and occaGallico iavelli to appreciate that you amount of compensation to be I, ing across streets climbing tele- ;
"'The'ery fact that these are sionally threw a little business his trap more flies with mead than paid to these concerns." he said. phone poles and leaping over
now questions for serious discussion way. it might get you first crack with sauerkraut juice. "A satisfactory agreement was fences with reckless abandon the ,
is sufficient to emphasize the at the dinosaur white meat when reached on the basis of a much ; monk was still leading the police Star Lighi;
remarkable I Everybody does it on one level mob of : :
nature of the South the divvy took place. lower and more just valuation. i and a shouting gleeful
;,
African discoveries." When the king business got' or another. Our own Government ; youngsters and anxious parents A Aj. + a
,
recognizes it by making 'entertainment" 1 chase.
BURGLARS STOKE UP a merry
in the
going good Europe expense
Germans Discovered account for entertainment really a deductible allowanceon 'I SPOKANE Wash. [UPI A trio He didn't seem to be afraid of
the tax sheet. of hungry burglars broke into worried Star
came into its own. The local potentate the children nor their
, Bread Grain could ruin any of his subjects All I am trying to say is that ,Martin Helverson's home. set three parents who trailed along tryingto Bright

Hiding and frequently did, by an- the "ordinary citizen who cries places at the table wolfed down a keep up. 7
t FRANKFURT Germany [AP] nouncing he was going to come "Fie! and uplifts his paws in dozen eggs a loaf of bread and two But he showed a definite sus- ,,
shock and horror at the goingson quarts of milk and then departed. -
U. S. -
military government investi- and pay him a little week-end ,
gators have found 62 per cent visit. By the time the sucker thus"honored" in Washington with expense Police reported nothing was stolen IF VITAMINSDON'T : deacb
accounts, dames and but-
parties besides the food.
more bread grain on the German got through picking up & }light
farms Wuerttemberg Baden the check, he was bankrupt. If he tering-up are not only being im- BUCK YOU UP
practical, but hypocrites. And HURT AGAIN'BOSTON
than the German officials re- said, "No, thanks" to the pro x>sed J
ported. Sumner Sewall military visit, he was "out." which was even hypocrisy: is a human failing [TUP] The same day try NUXATED IRON
government which is definitely curable. he was dismissed from a Boston \\'hPII. TOM doctor I *nt a BwmciiM and a.
director announced
than broke. As lone _
worse being as _I help ro..t.111 $notkr med1dDL Lt.
' yesterday. he continued to have an "in" with hospItaL Liston Hayes. 47. of Ban- -1.j.dk)1.tod hack /oa .p
Sewall told German officials to the boss at headquarters he could Vero Beach Youth gor. Me., was back for treatment color:IB toot) Wood.For kelp full fed boll Wood toot fart nil.tca
"review their faulty estimatesand of injuries inflicted by three men of u to fed Jwt wooiartuL Sties (a .VCIBOS L. TEXTRON'S"Star ?.
always make a new pile. t.m; a foe qui" awl GI. them fair
to establish new collection Finds Lawn 1; who robbed and beat him while Oju. But UM ILl M dlncwd o0 bo UM.
quotas "reflecting actual production" Everybody buttered up somebody Mowing he was waiting for a train. //J5
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from the who warnedthe JJ
dope
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thus perhaps reducing the Bright" Travel Set is ,
Has Its HazardsVERO
amount of grain it will be neces- King's shirt for him in the

sary to import from the United 1 morning to the prime minister r-i-g-h-t for you. Little .
States. whose "take" was staggering.The BEACH [API WilliamGraves EXCLUSIVE IN ORLANDO WITH. I4" i t1" ,
who attends the University .5
phrase "a friend at court"didn't III. '
1 luminaries twinkle soft .
on '
of Florida in the Winter
TRUE TO FORM just happen. A lot of people YOWELL-DREW-IVEY
CO.
i paid through the nose for it. and in the Summer makes a busi- f R I '
NEW YORK [UPI Dr. Henry washable rayon by Textron : !
ness of mowing lawns to earn va j
Aronson delivered Katherine and We got rid of the king and his cation-money is commencing to
Winifred Devine. twins. 33 sparkle at ., : -'
years gang in our country, but not the think: he has chosen a hazardous any x
ago. Dr. Aronson assisted recently idea of baksheesh or the very an- business.
when the twins birth to relaxing hour light or fi
gave cient notion of introducing a Two weeks ago a shot-gun shell -
E' babies on the same day. They were cutie-pie to the Great Man in the he ran over with his power mower
Peter Michael, six pounds 10 night.
!I, hope that should the meeting bur- exploded. This week he ran overa I w
ounces born to Mrs. Katherine
geon into that wonderful thing i
rattlesnake. He escaped in both
h Donahue and Katherine Ann called love the Important One instances without injury.
Wear the
seven pounds 10 born to 2-piece pajama [
ounces
: would remember kindly
Mrs. jou "But it is that third time I'm
<1I I< WinfreU Murphy. when it got down to talking con- worried about he explained. I I tucked in or butcher boy
I tracts. However, this method is a I t s

!t PLYMOUTH TWISSURRY Ind.: [UP) It two-edged sword because the gal Farmers in the United States style it fits the figure
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(!Drlanfcn? fGnrmna Isrnlttttl Now we're going to have to think plan ; THEY WILL DO IT EVERY TIME By Hotlo THE PUBLIC$ THOUGHT

Published daily: except Sunday. New Veal's Day. Fourth Iof t and promote to get additional business. LLiNI< WOULDN'T BE rfOkAY/ OH-KAY/) -
July. Labor Diy. Thanksgiving and Christmas by The Summer has been rather quiet, but 1 Fish Rodeo Praised Good I
South Sentinel-Star Co.Ave.(Orlando Daily Newspapers. Inc. at 238 watch our smoke now. Fall is a couple SITTING A13DUNDTHEKITCHEW ( YOU WIN 'WE'LL 14 I as
Orange Orlando. Fla. IF YOU'D HAVE SOME DECENT HAVE ri:4E: KIrCHEN
Entered u second-class matter It the PCS' Office at weeks away and Central Florida is back on I
:Orlando: florid uctfer the Act of March 3d. !.">. the job. CUP6CARDS BUILT/ I HAVE ": sEMODELEDivfriiF / \ Promotion for Central FloridaEditor. I

SubscrtoCon Price Ue Per Week. SI.SO Per MO I : _ NO PLACE ID PUT ANV-

TXLJPHOHg Department till I THE MERRiG- -ROUNDHistory 7HIN6/: Orlando Morning Sentinel:

M* TIN A.......... E.rm AM* PUBLISH! / I believe the Fish Rodeo will ; ;

C W. LIMIT Ins. Mu. HIMIT IALCH. PfTOIL4L Dinerea be one of the best attractions ever -

fAIL HOI AM. MAHACIMA Ea. MilTON J. AUSTIN. A.,. Me*. in Making | staged here. There is no doubt i.

HAIMS HAMILTON. G*. Mu. NO >UT COHMMNI, cTIIAS... that it will attract many anglers
J. W. ItMMM Crrr C. MM. :NAXUS Mwtm. Pius Surr.Kosirr [Editor's Note-While Drew Pearson is on a ;_ a who might go elsewhere for their

F. WAtTta Cmu Mu. R. T. Miu TTPO. S,,". brief vacation the Washington Merry-Go-Round Winter fishing. This sort of pro-
--- Central Florida should
motion for
The Member of The Associated Press S is being written by his old partner. Robert S.Ueo. : Y'so make big news in all of our leading -
Associated Press is exclusively entitled \ .]
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;-. to the use for re-pubUcadon of all sport magazines and the community -
'- jews dispatches accredited to it or Dot Br ROBERT S. ALLEN as well as the fishermen
MUerwUe accredited to ttu* paper odalso WASHINGTON: Robert Taft impending should profit by the venture. Good.
-1 the local news published herein.All .
.4. .- rights for re-pnbUcation of special tour of the West will make political history in luck and good fishing. .; ----- ----
dispatches herein also reserved. CHAS. W. TURNER i
are several was.
+ . HE SPENT 600
C- --- million.
Steaks have
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He will be accompanied by the largest numberof risen to 90
PAGE 4 TUESDAY. SEPt' 2. 1847TODAY'S BUCKS STREAMLINING cents to SI a pound. Buildup
press. radio and camera reporters ever to covera _ Danger of Communism costa
And what Taft will say THE KITCHEN A"1OYoU'RE l j have risen 109 2 per cent. Now the
THOUGHTS pre-convention:: trip. In U. S. Seen by Reader discharged soldiers can see

For verily I say unto you. that whosoever shall during the course of his tour will be in keeping RIGHT THE Editor, Orlando Morning\ Sentinel: I, why they are not in position just to

lay unto this mountain. Be thou removed. and be with his! plain-talkin hard-hitting character. SCEN5R/5 JUST THE L I wonder how long it is going to buy homes.

thou cast: into the sea; and shall not doubt in his That's why 35 correspondents and photograph d' take the American people to wake j The total increase is as follows/
j- heart. but shall believe that those things which ers are accompanying the Ohio leader. Originally SAME'1 up to the great danger that is ; in the past six months:

he eaith shall come to pass; he shall have whatso- only half & dozen were assigned to : slowly but surely undermining our ; A. Steel profits increase l;5.{
ever he salth.-Mark 11:23. 'S the trip. Bui as inside word of the -/ --- whole counrty, namely Com I per cent or $IN million.
munism. It is no mere coincidence B. Machinery
-')pe of Taft's plans becameknown. 1n ; profits increase
# that in the last few months any i 14* cent $M
% per : or million.
asked for
30 others accom- ,
Our doubts 5
and mate lose the
are traitors us --' -
IMC OSB/COFFMAM number of military and airline C. Petroleum profits increase
good we oft might win by fearing to attempt.- mcdat.ons. 4-15 VICTORIA ST planes have crashed without any 72 per cent or $227 million.

Shakespeare. S Taf s swing will be in striking SOUTH SEVJD IND., S y 'll=; II : '*1 /L good explanation. Whereas. d>ir- | D. Automobile company profits
55 contrast to Gov. Dewey's "no S0' ing the war there were a hundred i' up $204 million.

Spend for the Future Veterans jiromment" junket. Taft will leave times as many airplanes flying as E. Shoe companies increased

) _(no doubt of his position and viewsn there are today and one seldom their profit 139 9 per cent.
POCKETFUL of cash money usually : major issues facing the na- ever heard of an accident.It F. Office equipment companies
A PITCHING HORSESHOES not a mere coincidencethat
is
series of speeches. on increased their profits 119.5 percent
disappears in a hurry and leaves a .jns. In a our automobile factories. .
trail of nothing to show for the spending. [ w'.iich: he 13 now hard at work. he farm implement factories. truck

This is what we hope doesn't happen Allen will "lay it on the line" as blunt- Where the BestI factories and various manufac- vemoer.It is to 14 be*. the hoped people that will by nave NO-
Laid Plans
when the veterans of Central Florida get an t 1and courageously as he has led Go turers of the vital necessities of "had enough."

his party in the Senate. our land are tied up by strikes, LESTER HARRIS
estimated 2 million
& in terminal leave union labor trouble and slowdowns
'- bond cash today. Chief issues that will be discussed by Taft BILLY !lOSE "About 35. I should judge." said the major. That is all a well thoughtof S

Many veterans will get some important are foreign policy social welfare taxes housing "The best laid plans of mice and men aft gang "But very small for his age. In fact he's a midget and planned out scheme by Disgusted Cop
money. and labor. Ills major speeches will be in Los aiey." sighed Maj. Timothy Morgan. U."ed to work for Singer. I located Captain Billyat Communistic Russia to cripple our ,

In it will be Angeles San Francisco, Portland, Tacoma and "Aft gang what?" I asked. a freak show on the Asbury Park boardwalk. country so that they in time can Gives Self Ticket
I some cases enough to put
take It is known that the
Seattle. "Agley." said the self-commissioned major."That's He agreed to enter the baby race for a small cut: over.
a down payment on a house a car, a re Soviet Union has 15 million
Numerous other will be made in smaller in the The some
stops poetry my unlettered fnend. The musicof take. Captain is a pleasant little fellow For 'Busting' Light
agents working in various parts of
i frigerator.Or cities. Throughout, Taft will meet with local and the sweet singer Robert Burns. Translated it and when sober, a charming companion."It .
t perhaps it will help supplement the State GOP leaders. He has already done a lot means can you let me have 20 tiny dollars till next rained a little the Sunday of the race. but creating the world a for world the revolution.soul reason The of NEWTON, N. C. !UPI] Policeman -

I funds Uncle Sam is lending you to complete of personal and telephonic conferring in the prep Tuesday by post time it was clear: and hot. I promenaded Nazis. the Fascists and the Jape James for hunseif Seagle rote outtwket and a

i your education. I aration of his speeches-which he always writes "Major." I > panned. "Ill do better than the boardwalk with Captain Billy all diapered all together never had onetenthas then hustled into court ye.rday to taxe ins

\ The terminal leave cash is a real I himself. Taft never uses a ghost writer. He even that. I'll get you a job. An old midway buddy of up in a borrowed baby carriage.: With the cigar many agents! with the fanatic punisJunent.

break for the veterans. :Most young fellows I prepares his own press statements. ;mine is looking for someone out of his mouth he looked quite cunning. When- determination to create a world Seagie. whose Job is checking!
On the basis of his discussion with Republican ever he restive. I such as the Russian Communistshave. traffic meters "busted" red ;iisht
\ have to work a long, long time tor to operate a wheel l of got gave him the baby bottle
.
I accumulate enough to buy the leaders and Taffs "open book" Senate record. it ,chance on a Jersey 5 4' which contained his formula-one part milk and It is most alarming to go which normally burns only dut tug
money the
through various manufacturing
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is possible to outline a digest of what he will. say i boardwalk. The wages three parts Old Grand-Dad. school! hours. He told the startled:
.
sulistantial things which a home requires.The plants throughout the country
justice of the he disgusted
peace was so -
on the following major issues. ;are nominal and the "As we approached the bit of lawn in frontof and find the seed of Communismwell
veterans undoubtedly earned the with himself, he wrote out
:hours there the City Hall where the to
are long-but race was be held. I established in our various
)II money. But they were fortunate that Uncle : Foreign affairs-Taft will denounce the Admin- ,might be a chance for ad- fell in with the long line of parents and their labor unions. Not only in the labor an The arrest justice ticket.of the peace '.?: t

Sam acted as their savings bank so that istration's record in this, field as vigorously as he vancement after a season squawling offspring. During the half hour preceding unions but. unfortunatelysome Seagie off with. a minimum GJ. e.

S the dollars could pile up. : did its domestic policies in his recent Columbus or so." the! event. I circulated among the proud poppas.I of our New Deal politicianswho ---

1! Now that the liquidation day is here, 'speech. He will charge that the Administration Morgan underlip made a few mildly disparaging remarks about hare gone to Russia are unknowingly New Bridge Approved

veterans should save the money if possible.If I has no clear-cut foreign policy: that the so-called quivered. "Running a their infants and out came the wallets with the Communist.spreading The Communists the( evils of For Alabama Georgia

r not. let's spend it on something substantial : Truman Doctrine is being poorly administered by wheel involves muscular baby pictures and the money. The smallest price'I promise much but give little. ,

I -something that will last more than a i I small-bore political henchmen: that the Marshall; effort," he protested. .. T got on any wager was five to one. War with Russia is inevitable PHENIX CITY Ala. f APj Construction -

\ few. days. .I Plan is no real plan at all but a miscellany of "My old war wounds "The 15 entrants lined up. At the end of the because our way of life cannot sur- bridge of a third linking Chattaj.oocr.eeRiver Columbus.

It will be a long, long time before the nebulous ideas: and that the Administrations pro- 20-yard course stood the Mayor and his wife vive in the world with the doctrines Ga., with Phenix City was approved

'S veterans cf the nation have another such posal to give arms to Latin America is potentially "Forgive me"' I said. "I ready to embrace the winning child and award more than preached our way by of Moscow\ life could any yesterday by Oovernors M.

windfall. catastrophic.: forgot you were wounded the prizes. E. Thompson of Georgia and

S I __________ Taft will make It clear that he favors supporting at Midway-the midwayat "At the whistle, the kids took off in all direc- survive ism. One with or the the doctrine other hud of to Nazi-go. James E. FolMHn of Alabama.
I democratic Governments against Communistaggression. Revere Beach. Boston." The chief executives viewed
tions.
Captain Billy always the ham played with Remember.. that same Russia who
Judge and Governor's But he will insist it is crucial for proposed sites for the span during -
Sebring Race
I "Where is this wheel of chance? asked Timo his toes a little just to make it look hard. After was supposed to be a mortal ene-

r RETURN TO Florida of Judge H. L. .I'I'U.. S. security to take stock of our resources and thy. permitting the other starters a five-yard lead, he my of Germany and who signed a Idle a Hour Labor Park Day here.celebration at
THE plan our foreign aid on that basis. Taft will "Tang wood Beach New Jersey." winked at me and got going. The captain put nonagression pact with them never --
( ] Sebring has the soothsayers
political assert the Administration is subordinating the The Major smiled. "I doubt if the Mayor of show. went to war With the above coun-
on a good He overtook the leading kid Oil Pipeline Rights
ii of the State wondering and watchIng try until the Nazis
in foolishly
stimulation of vital foreign trade to waging Tanglewood would welcome my presence. His grabbed him by the leg and headed him back very (

t print a diplomatic war with Russia. Taft will hold hostile attitude involves an interesting tale. It toward the starting line. Then the captain crawled attacked one time the was Soviet one Union.of the Franceat leading In Syria Assigned
L The Judge has been talked as a possible that Russian Imperialism. not international Communism might be worth the 20 dollars. .
tiny But. first. the to one side and sat in a puddle of rain water. world powers and yet she was DAMASCUS. Syria [lAP] Pre
V candidate for Governor. I is the"real world menace. His position heat of the day seems to have parched my throat.Is When he got back into the race, the tykes were destroyed from within by Com mier Mardambey\ and a representative -

'r Messrs. Fuller Warren, Dan McCarthyand S is that if the U. S. disregards Russia and puts its there a wee drop of the creature around the gOing every which way and the captain had his munism. England''our own mother of the Trans-Arabian

Tom Watson undoubtedly are holding foreign relief and trade program in order relations office?" troubles making it look close. At that, he breezedin country is today a third: rate Pipeline Co. signed an agreement
[ with Russia will improve. Three of bourbon nation facing financial bankruptcy yesterday for buicing: of a pIpe-
If I their breaths, worrying about whether ort fingers later. Morgan began."I by five lengths. because it is headed by line across Syrian etoIv.I .
I not the Judge is going to make the race. I I Social welfare-Taft will vigorously advocate was in Tanglewood a couple of Summers back "The Mayor's wife picked him up as he crossedthe labor and communistic controlled a

t Most of the talk about Judge Sebring i Federal aid to States to raise teachers' pay improve on an artistic mission-shilling for a sand sculptor.One finish line. As she kissed him I noticed a government.Mr. .

;f 1 was bandied about while he was sitting school facilities and lift educational levels. evening; while scouting the boardwalk, I puzzled expression come over her face. Knowing \ Anderson think what it win
noticed a sign announcing a Diaper Derby. a race entrant would mean when this
my never pass the saliva test I war comes with
i"i, on the bench at the war trials in Nuern I He will favor a minimum Federal outlay of $50 ;i for kiddies of crawling age. First prize-$50.j started over to claim him. our great Industries our shippingand I iPROfVHSTonitfrtEddie I

berg. per child: per year. Taft also will strongly urge J j "I decided to enter my little nephew. And .** "And then I chanted my mind and started our vital natural resources:
On his arrival home he refused to discuss I enactment of his health bill providing funds for' "Hold on." I cut in. "You never told me you running for the city limits." such as coal, iron and oil. all
if States to erect hospitals and clinics, particularly in .controlled by Communistic inclined
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the of his had
nephew.
I possibility candidacy until he a "What made you change your mind?" I asked labor unions.In .

f reported back for duty on the State Supreme I rural areas.HousingTaft. will Indict the Administration's "Capt. Billy Is not really my nephew" Timothy the old swindler. j closing let me make this

Court. said. "However be might easily have beenif Morgan sighed. ""The Mayor's wile noticed that | .statement that millions of Russians
will
dismal failure. He charge
housing! record :
as a
That was a politic thing to do. Administration is much to blame as the his father had been my brother." Captain Billy was wet from sitting in the rain I would gladly come to this
that the as
"How old is your little nephew?" I asked. puddle and suggested changing his diaper." 'capitalistic country and become
real-estate lobby for the failure to develop low-cost ---
'citizens, yet one
scarcely hears of
rpHE JUDGE FACES a difficult decision. housing. He will call for enactment at the next i'any America desiring to make

JL He must choose between the security session of Congress of his housing bill under which WESTBROOK PEGLER SAYS Russia his adopted: country and

,of his place on the bench and a $6,600-a-year()( low-cost housing would be financed by the Govern sharing with their supposedly .-,

pension when he retires and the honor of ment. Taft will contend this is the only way such "Share the Wealth and Government -

leading his State for four years. housing can be obtained. Stage Character Like Garsson Ownership Plan.K. McCLURE.\ "

.Judge Sebring's entry into the field Taxes-Taft will insist on a cut in perscnal ;
taxes and further slashes in the Federal budget.
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would cause some rapid realigning of political Huge Profits
Prices
High
j He will declare that $500 million can be economized Br WEST8ROOK PEGLER wreckage made off with the salvage. It was hilarious ,
forces for he has friends in walk
of life. every | by the proper administration of the foreign lend- NEW YORK-To my own skeptical. even captious but crueL In Hollywood this Garsson had opportunities Seen Since Controls Lifted

I ing program. and that $2 billion can be saved by mind it was plain that Garson Kanin's to shake Editor, Orlando Morning Sentinel: Cantor.is: !how and ;
The Judge can afford to take his time | eliminating widespread waste in maintaining unnecessary down foreign actors'orking' Once the shooting war had terminated why he and four other men
about making up his mind. It is early in the ; military establishments. Taft favors prototype of the crude greedy capitalist in the in movies and the extravagant producing companies the Republicans began kept a promise they made 44

game for an announcement. All the candi- I ample funds for research and development but he Broadway play Born Yesterday was not the ambi- employing them. Also in Hollywood, and : crying for a loosening of price years ago.A promise they madewhentheywereoalyeIevenyear
dates i to retaining obsolete installations '' guous character that we saw on the stage. The controls. Despite the President's
except Tom Watson are delaying their Is determinedly opposed elsewhere, too he shook down corporation promo- ; !
prototype seemed to me to be Murray W. Garsson. warning a Republican Congress
and useless garrisons.
f&rmal declarations. ters and investors in the great "reorganization" lifted controls. I old. Hear him tell about it,
the inveterate crook: who was mixed; up with Cong. : Costs in commodities -!

of Francis Perhaps Whitehair they have in in 1940.mind His the early fate I' Taft expects to be tossed numerous "hot potstoes" Andrew J. May of Kentucky, the New Deal's chair- farce. One gift or loan of $100.000 wak hung on hIm j continue rose to 100 rise.per Meantime cent and Congress they Tonight at 9:00 on

i by sharpshootins newsmen during his tour. man of the House Military Affairs Committee In in incidental testimony in another triaL He had : rescinded the
announcement and campaign put him far He'll be ready for them. the historic war frauds recently proved in the a police record in New York all the time that he excess profits tax and corporation never iuan "We, The People"STATION

out in front for a while, but he had shot On questions: as to his attitude on the brawl- Federal Court. The only journalist who was con- was working with these two Congressional committees. history have the corporationsmade ':

his bolt when the vote casting day came. ing Senate War Investigating Committee he has spicuously mixed up with Garsson was not a New so much money.As .

At any rate we're sure that many people i two answers: 1. he was not a party to the fracas; \ Republic fellow, but a Collier's The Herald Tribune's editorial judgment in i of Aug. 23. 1947. the New WDBOOSCAIIRAOUTS

would like to know what's going on inside ,S 2. that war is Inherently wasteful and conducive .- y man. and he certainly was not selecting Garson Kanin as the beneficiary of the i York Times a conservative pa- e

the skull of the Hon. Tom Sebring. |, to fraud waste and extravagance. Taft holds it [the hero of the situation as priceless gift of two columns of publicity on a per, states the corporate profits CBCH.

I He seems to be the key to the 1948 cam- I is the public's right to know what the war cost < : Kanin's reporter was. He was a Sunday is'the more interesting because Donald have months risen as in against the the previoussix
of 2aswr
amount 913per
paign. i and what mistakes were made and that it is the r.1' ..-. <: red-hot New Dealer. to be sure, Ogden Stewart is the author of the new play I cent or nearly $1 billion. TOO i

duty of Congress to uncover this information.On J who made an enormous speech which Kanin is producing. : .--- ----
:central Florida j questions regarding Presidential prospects ( e" measured by decibels. at the 1944 Stewart has been cited 72 times in the reports A ge Pre4..s ...... -
Goes Back to Work i ,.. Democratic convention. by name of the D.es Committee
Taft will take the position that he would rather on un-American activities I I-British Army Leader r
TODAY IS BACK to work day. | be right than President and is trying to ascertain Quentin Reynolds.Mr. and although he is described as a humorist he once

vacation period is over. The i whether he can: be both. Reynolds made a great profit blew up at an alumni dinner of Exeter Academy

sun tans are as black as they'll get until i out of the war as a correSpondent because another orator had warned those present HORIZONTAL: 3 Uproot by _ __

next:! year. Amb. Edwin Pauley will shortly submit his and patriotic lecturer not to relax their suspicions of Soviet Russia just 13 Pictured force p._L.TTA, D : ao

; Central Florida is for recommendations to Sec. Marshall on a U. S. reparations for large fees. Unfortunately he because we happened to be momentarily on the
getting itsann
al invasion from the ready plan. Reparations is one of the hottest I had to be absent from many criti- same side in the war. I ought to know. I was the

Central North. controversial: issues between the U. S. and Russia.Pauley's Fesler cal and uncomfortable scenes of other speaker and I refer to recent developments zra IIbeO
: Florida is getting ready to plan wul be the basis of U. S. negotiationsat battle to keep prior profitable engagements as confirmation: of my prophecy. i j L C

market another crop of citrus. the November Foreign Ministers Conference in made by his managers. The trial evidence Garson Kanin recently went to Washington as .

The easy money of war years is over. London. in the case of the people vs. Murray Garsson a character witness for a Communist plotter named 15 Repudiate
-- and Andrew May had it that he got $2,000 for makIng Carl Aldo Marzani. alias Tony Whales who stowed 17 See 11 10 Chair European gull 29 Malayan: coin 46 Prevaricates

a rapturous speech about the Garsson Munitions in State 19 Decrease 31 Fish 47Preposition
away our Department under-false
I Orlando :( representations 12 Italian river
Morning
Sentinel Radio Proaram enterprises and Mr. Garsson's fine character. concerning his personal history. 21 20 Tax Conclusion 13 Belgian f r32River barrier *&Sea eagle

woco SM) WLor JUG WOltZ 0..) This $2,000 ultimately was paid by the taxpayers Marzani was convicted of perjury and sentencedto 18 Hebrew letter 33 Cloth measures 49 CUdgel
8:00:: Lily ft; Curly .___ Ne...- elll. ,. alga On WDao ( IO) WLOF Jne WOltZ 040 through their payments to Garsson. The relation- Pinnacle
three
ala Farm Reporter BcTdll _._ Georcw PUybor 5.es 3'.S Give lOad ToS Palll Wbit.msa Del1na n or Not ship between the years in prison. Kanin gave this Commun- 24 Rupees (ab.) 21 Helps According to Balances (ab.)
630 Umickl laterlude. N v..-Beein __ new Republic man and the blondein 1st spy a "first-rate" reputation "for 22 Disperse (Latin
u Parm Sieve 4-OO House Party _? Paul Wblteman _N. s peace and 25 Symbol for ) 52 Greek letter
_SM5 Nwa Mora. M.4itttoa Prairie Drifter* __ .:1" House Sony __ Paul WtUMmaa _";-0&0110 Party ...-__ the play was. of course literary license and in- good order and being 23 Lariat 41 Small horse 54
a law-abiding citizen. Alder
1300 Ysw. Patrol Knt-liiu Clocc News __ .:30 Dr. Paul Toby Reed ______Studio Party ___ vention. > cobalt tree
MS Yawn Petrol .__ .__... t 26 Willow 42 Ireland (Scot
Musical Clock Homing Devotion 4:45 Church of Air Tom alls Studio Party Kanin 27 Poker stakes )
TOO was. Op LUtca.. Mornln. DeToUoaNc' _____ __ -5.OO--Cbas. Collincwood. M.l t-'lbe.tu Siild1o-hrt .-.. Two other Congressmen besides May had bad himself was asked whether he had 30 Stage whisper 27 Request 44 And 51 Type measure
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tO .: '* Breafa Club __tie.:15 wi _____ .3O Sport Pac .f Air Arthur Bale Moats for DittoS5S '\ job in Congress into his political reward section finally said : I' I IS
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ft U Your 8iocer lT Bratfai' Club Woman' __ .. ___. .. lay yes. ) 39 Symbol for .r
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rrt r.700-W.thehoplo Colombia Ret Sa. Bob' Record Shop was a Communist organization and -
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Bit 8IWB.Utec.. Melodic SkeMhea.IW 10JO Bob Crosby: : _-_ Jack Fits Orch. Robs Record Shop worked in the current of Dickstein's duties in the Kanin's angry temper toward Congress 59 His Dunkerque T _
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Second Tetanus Victim at Sebring Dies

I =oe ci! to Orlando Mom ng Sentinel] I

SEBRING [API Louise Bowers 10, daughter of Joe Bowers of

lake Placid, died here yesterday, the second Highland County tetanus
victim within a week.

The first victim was Samuel Sparkman 3, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Frederick Sparkman of Basinger who died Thursday, after he steppedon

an orange thorn. A nail penetrated Louise's. right foot Aug. 24. '
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WEST [ [ ;: ':) V.crn og Sent'-t -,0'1

I serious auto- -
Jack Abbott
or fatalities .
was named vicepresident.'J in Volusia x
Florida the Labor Day
B'Rith to Lt. J. '.11 .
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annual Florida High- :::: .
Morris Skop here _[v;::.. -, -" ---.>,,"'.. ......
elected as a
./. SEN. CLAUDE PEPPER is shown above chatting wIth a group of old friends at C. J. KELLEY OF WILDWOOD, MISS JIMMIE CLYDE PENNINGTON, Leesburg, was chosen Queen of

Uniforms R Requisitioned for DeLand Guard Unit Wildwood's Labor Day celebration. Left to right are Wilbur Harkness, Leesburg 82, was chcsen king of railroad Lake County at Clermont's celebration. Other candidates were first

veterans at Wildwood. He was row, left to right: Margie Scott, Mount Dora Miss Pennington Jo
; ;
DELAND Uniforms have been requisitioned for the newly city manager; G. G. Ware, president of the First National Bank of Leesburg;
'the oldest retired railroad Anne Clermont. Second Frisz Clermont Ann Mtl- ,
em- House row: Dorothy ;
activated National Guard infantry company here Allen W. Charleton. J. W. Hunter Tavares State's of Fifth Judicial Circuit i
the
I commanding officer, stated yesterday. Pepper; attorney ; I ploye at the celebration. At the lican, Clermont; Nannette Massey, Tavares, Lois Sheely, Clermont,

Regular weekly. drills will begin tomorrow night at the National Charles Dean of Inverness, gasoline inspector with the State Department of microphone is U.S. Rep. Bob Third row: Shirley Christensen, Clermont; May Gaddy, Clermont; 11

Guard armory located at the Municipal AirPort. Anyone interested in Agriculture I 1 Crosser. i i Norma Kinlaw, Groveland I

observing the maneuvers is invited to attend. Charleton said.


I Father, Son k Drown Finley Parker x Dies '
Labor Booms for Vice-President
TAMPA (UP] Stanley' J. MIAMI I API Finley W. Pepper

Stanley. 41. and his son Parker 66 an authority on 'I
James Robert Stanley, 8.
drowned Sunday while pic- transportation and former

Jiictaig at Rainbow Lake member of the State Depart- ["Tuesday, September 2,1947 (Orlauan iiinrnin *r ittnrl Page 5
of Palestine
North> of here.Witnesses ment's Inter-American Af- Wildwood/ Fete Study,
said the child lost fairs Committee died here
his grasp on an innertube yesterday after a long illness. f labor of the State. He stressed the Proposals DemandedMIAMI

white in the lake, and sank. A native of Galveston. Tex.. ;; Warren Hits Sales TaxI Holland Citesf U. S. international position the harnessmg and i BEACH tAPJ A recommendation j
The father reached the boy Parker had served as vice Move reported progress in -I
Supports of atomic j that the report of the
energy. I
but was apparently too exhausted president and general manager I
to pull him out. of the Texas City Termi- ,:.-y>. ''--'>, -- "..0"Q ::- '=- .' Weaver second Lee Sheldon; 2 "The United States." I find 1 UN's special committee on Palestine -

Mrs. Stanley watching from nals and was manager of Port Br ORMUND POWERS I CLERMONT Fuller Warren of 1-2 to 5.4 hp boats. first AI Weaver Labor Progress "occupies a position unequalled be studied in its entirety before -

the shore, collapsed. Everglades Fla. ,"" ., I second Fred Pemberton; over in world history" he asserted. : endorsement was made here
...A.. )- --: S-:" C:T>.-ontj Jacksonville mentioned as a candidate I '
dl. 10 Bob second. Jim
hp: first Free t !
"What else we do we must keep
a WILDWOOD-Organized laborat for governor went on record Tinsley free for all first. Capt.E. .. yesterday by Carl Alpert manag-
Three Prisoners Escape From State Prisons I ; -:' ':> ':' '. : \ ''J ';. ., ;rpj1 our strength unity, and harmonyto
of The Palestineand
editor New
Wildwood Monday called upon as opposing a State sales tax K. Broctvftiy. second Jim Tins- the i,ing
remain powerful nation we
TALLAHASSEE [UP) Three prisoners escaped Sunday night and Sep. Claude Pepper to run for the in a Labor Day address here Mon- ley.Winners SA."lFORD-Sen. Spessard Holland were when we emerged from the: education director of this

yesterday from two State prisons, the Highway Patrol said here yes- Vice Presidency of the United day in the swimming: meet speaking at a banquet in his war:' Zionist organization in America
States in 1948 I Warren pointed out that a sales were-boys, 15 and under: first honor given by the Seminole
the of
terday.Eugene In a motion presented to the tax was strongly supported in the Dick Skidmore; second. Bill Tay- speaking at closing session
Douglas and Mark Ryals broke out of Raiford Sunday, County Chamber of Commercehere Fish are not inclined to bite
1947 session of the legislature, and lor: third, Bill Cole. Second event the three-day convention of the
8.000 at Wildwoods
persons present -
I lures.
and James Linton 27 Negro escaped from the Belle Glade Farm yesterday last night. called present luminous They are likely
second annual Labor Day declared "We'll have to be care- boys 15 and under: first Ted southeastern region of Masada, an
Details of the labor legislation "not by to be repelled by their strange ap
not All
escapes were given. were still at large. any
celebration Chmn. E. R. Ward ful not to have one passed at the Johnson, second, Jim Johnson; Zionists. "
organization of
perfect but better young
means pearance.
+ -A- a pro-
said "We call upon Sen. Pepper ; 1949 session. third, Rudolph Bowen Boys, over .
tection to the public and vital in-
Track Get'sCharge Train Smashes Car : to present himself as a candidate I' The Jacksonville attorneysaid 14: first, Byron Pressley, second dustries" than we have had. 'i
for Vice President of the United he also opposes any attempt Bob Shepard; third. Reg Sanders.
MIAMI\ (API Daniel Byrd. TAMPA tAPl Willie Julius States in 1948 and will give him to tamper with the home- Girls 15 and under: first, Jean Other speakers on the pro- ______
veteran fireman who claimshe Gray 51, cigar worker. was our whole-hearted support." stead exemption amendment."I 'Lane: second Ann Judy; third. gram were Sec. of Stafe R. A. ALL THE 1
instantly killed \
was injured when. struckby yesterday I "I am profoundly grateful for understand some forces are Edna McClanahan. Boys 9 and Gray who awarded trophies to
when his auto struck
a race horse at Gulfstream Atlantic was Coast Line by ; this expression of confidence and at work trying to have the home- under: first, John Perry; second winners of yesterday's regattaon
Park March 22. yesterday an freight-train here. encouragement you have given stead exemption amendment re- Jim Taylor: third, Gerry Smith. Lake Monroe, and Col Willis ) NEW
near me" Sen. Pepper said in reply. "1don't pealed. I am opposed to this." The beauty contest for queen E. Teale. district engineer of the
filed an amended declarationto Lt. C. E. Taylor of the State know how wise your actionis Miss Beverly Whitfield, 19 of of Lake County was won by Miss War Department.Col. l' '

his suit for $150000 contending train highway couldn't patrol be said stopped the freight be- : only time and events will tell Orlando piloting PT-19. gave an Jimmie Clyde Pennington ofLeesburs Teale said completion of f

that the track had fore striking the car Oray's but from the bottom of my heartI exhibition of flying acrobatics for ;. Judges were Lloyd work on the 12-foot St. John sS \
am grateful" the crowd of 2,500 at the Clermont Gahr and Bob Marshall of Or-
been negligent in not erectinga machine was dragged 1.000 channel was in sight within a
celebration. Miss Whitfield who lando, and Lewis Day of Tampa. US
higher fence. feet. Pepper, principal speaker at came at the invitation of Capt. E. Mr. and Mrs Robert Free gave year.Holland
the day-long celebration said, introduced by State
K. Brockway. is majoring in aviation an exhibition of fancy surf-board
"We are indebted to the leaders at Stevens College Columbia, riding. S. C. Peacock was com- Sen. Lloyd F Boyle comm;ndcd
Elks Set Session at DeLand 1314for ,
Sept. of Labor for much of the progress Mo. mittee chairman for the American

I in our generation and for Winners in the boat and Fred Wolfe, executive = i f ,f g.. .
'.' races were: Legion .
[5pec'cI' tc' Y- :' :' -: S"'l t "Ie:1: their annual meeting at the making the workingman's load d
1 1-2 hp boats: first A. D. Mar- secretary of the Clermont Chamber NEVER SUCH A i
DELAND-Approximately 300 local lodge : a little lighter. shall, second, Jim Johnson; 2 1-2-; of Commerce handled details BEFORE : SHOW! AT ASSOCIATED

Stilted: Rulers and Secretaries of Cullen Talton president of the I "More leisure dignity better hp boats under 10 feet: first Ala of the beauty contest. ---

Elk Lodges throughout the State! State organization, will preside. homes, salaries, are sought by labor a

are expected here Sept. 13 and 14 Invitations have been sent to all leaders for YOU" he said. good wage and have a high pur- gave the address of welcome yes-
lodges in the State officials of the "prosperity is an elusive thing; the chasing power"I 'terday, and the Rev. O G. Hall POPULARNear
;only way to keep it is for the peo- i gave the invocation. Fuller War- -a
local lodge stated yesterday. ple to continue to get a living i j I "'. S. [Buddy Baskin of An- ren was master of ceremonies at i1

!BEAcHAMROXY Included on the program is buf- wage. Two out of five people in thony, announced, former State he would representative be a- the flag raising. Other speakerswere ALL C0LO0.E0 CAST! You .._____.Alvino Rey-Capitol......63c
this country make less than $40a
fet luncheon cocktail hour, dance C. L. Starnes. executive sec- ISETIMMOORE
week. I hope to see .my bill candidate for governor next year retary of the Leesburgx Chamberof SHEIU GUpA Blues ....... Mercer 63c
and floor show Saturday, and minimum on a platform of white supremacy Sugar .........._Johnny -Capitol .
passed 1 setting a wage Commerce who was master of EpSON "

Sunday a morning business ses- of 75 cents an hour" license. and a $3 automobile ceremonies. Frank Roesel Harry iACKSONl Song of Indians ........_.._......Red Ingle-Capitol........63c ;'
sion followed by a barbecue. Pepper paid a tribute to G. G. 1... StiegeL L. E. Chester :Mrs. Kay A i

Ware president of the First Na- "I'll let the World know Florida Starnes Gen. Chmn. E. R. Ward l I Kiss Your Hand,'Madame ....Buddy Clark-Columbia 63c
I Farmers in Oklahoma aren't expected tional Bank of Leesburg whom he stands for white supremacy" he the Rev, W. J Parker. U S. ReP. i'i'On

to follow suit but botanistsat called "the only banker in Flor- declared. "I'm a friend of the Bob Crosser, who discussed amena s\\ D1 GIRL"olso The Avenue ... ......_._..Hal Derwin-CapitoL..63c
E the University of Oklahoma are ida I can feel at home with." Negroes-I like good Negroes-but ments to the Crasser bill.

experimenting with banana trees. "Mr. Ware is one of the few they're not fit to enter the politicsof Lady From 29 Palms .... ._..Tony Pastor-Columbia 63c i iI
I I Two banana plants are growing in bankers who understand that fora this State because they vote i Miami Woman Dies :
the university's experimental station banker to be the
prosperous like a bunch of sheep. You'll havea I' I Wonder Who's Kissing

I working man must be employed at Gene Talmadge for governor" of In Auto Accident i Her Now .............__..._..lean Sablon-Victor..-...63c.Harmonicats
Florida if you elect me.

DINING ROOM COCKTAIL LOUNGE PACKAGE GOODS :. Lex Green former U. S representative MEDIA Pa. [APJ Mrs. Mollie "THE UNKNOWN"With Peg 0' My Heart .__ -Vita _...79e
said "You and I will be Lasky. 59, Miami died in Chester Karen Morley
I standing side by side in behalf of \\NOW
[ I Hospital yesterday from injuriesin
,..I I EL PATIO'Picnics I labor in future primaries.
Barbecues I Fuller Warren, of Jacksonville a car crash on a bridge over SHOWING
spoke briefly. Ridley Creek a short distance west
"Dancing under the stars"Billy Frank Howard, of Leesburg. i i j of here. The car spun out of con- FOUR BIG HILLBILLY '

Arnold' Orchestra.: Tuesday, Wednesday Friday Saturday Nights member of the executive council trol on the bridge struck the right DAYS!
S. ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL OPEN DAILY 11 A. M. 1 of the Florida Legislative Board of i|side and bounded into the concrete -
,| Transportation and Rail Labor I sections on the opposite I'm Beginning to Forget You..Ernest TubbDecca..79cLdwdy
I 1 Crafts, urged that labor "investi- side. t1
gate. the record of each candidate ; What A Gal ..._.-Merle Travis-Capitol.*63e
: for public office and if these can- Spider webs are used as nets for

FLAMINGO CLUB"Famous didates answer to that which is fish birds and bats in New Guinea. Sugar Hill .................._Cliff StoneCapitol..63cIf
better for the people we ask that

GRAND I you sponsor those who have announced 3974 S. OranStarling' You Even Need A Friend ....Westey Turtle-Capitol..63c
for fine Food For 20 Years"Serving !1 themselves to be such"Bernice Gary DUCK lit
Trail
Griffin, 19, Wildwood Blossom W Unlock The Door ._____. .Wally Foufer-Capitol 63c
We serve the same delicious foods from noon till < that
A FULL COURSE WESTERN I girl was chosen queen of the cele-
: bration last night. Other candidates you get during the evening Mean Mama ..__._Karl and Harleyi -

STEAK DINNER for_ ______ _$3.00 I were Gerry Lee, 20, Fruit- W, French JUMBO SHRIMP $1.25 WIn I. Capitol ...___...63e
Dinner from 6 till dosing I land Park; Margaret Smith. 17, Fried i
Catering to special Panics Banquets and Weddings Eustis; Edith Ponds. 20, Wild-
N. Cover No Minimum : wood; Jimmie Lee Pndgen. 17, [ Dining. Room Only i ii i

Presetting NightlyJAY Eustis, June Watkins 17. Eustis.

MILLER and His OrchestraFor i C. J. Kelley. 82, of Wildwood.was .
Reservations Phone 5910 Closed Sundays I chosen king of the railroad RACE AND BLUES
I veterans at the celebration. He
was the oldest railroad man
present. r Snatch And Grab It ,".. ......__Julie Lee-Capita! ......63c

J. Barlow, of Wildwood
Mayor ,
--- -- t That's Good Enough For Me Pearl Bailey-Columbia 63c
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I I t BROOKLYN [rAP The 1eque,
Games Off Sets RecordSALT
leading Brooklyn
LOUIS API Combining 13 Two Dodgers uuj tfe*

hits with eight walks for a 8 to 2 II LAKE CITY I FUPl] A I Ilast. place Philadelphia Rsftes
second game triumph the St. Louis NEW YORK LAP Setting anew I swapped 5-0 shutouts yesterg

Cardinals completed a twin killing ; major league record of 183 I II I ':::::::g man from the South. Johnny the Brooks taking the mommi

of the Pittsburgh Pirates yesterday home runs for a season. the New Yankee Lead Palmer of Badm. N. C.. won game behind the five-hit pi$

after pulling the first con- York Giants swept both ends of a
test out of the fire with Del Wil- 'I double-header from the Boston yesterday with a 73-hole to- afternoon contest as Oscar JQdd

ber's tenth inning triple for a 6-5 Braves yesterday 2-1 and 12-2. BOSTON (API The Boston Red tal.p of 270. 18 strokes under par baffled the Dodgers with a five-

victory. Erv Dusak and Del Rice Larry Jansen won his 17th game I hitter.
Sox yesterday cut two games from and a new record for the Western I
and 10th straight in the opener Judd's triumph ended
got circuit blows in the nightcap in a Dodger
I and with it $2200 top
The double victory gave the with a four-hitter while Rookie the lead of the pace setting Yankees Open victory string of five games sad

Poat his second straight the New York- prize money. was the southpaw's third .
Birds a one-game lift in their race Ray won by defeating Palmer made sensational finishto trtacah

with the Brooklyn Dodgers u the in the nightcap. ers in both games of a double-I \ nose out Ed "Porky" Oliver and against 13 defeats.

1 East Coast club split Its holiday Jack Lohrke's sixth home run header. 6-3 and 4-1. before 35.294 Bobby Locke. Johannesburg South !' Police riot squads had to be

t double-header with the Philadelphia in the eighth inning not only paid fans the largest home crowdof i ; I i Africa by one stroke. called out at the start of the

Phillies. won the opener but enabled the I i morning came when approximately
Louis started tbe old the season. Bucky Harris. man- Locke and Oliver get $1,100 35.89 fans milled
St. finding Giants to break the mar M- 11 I about
ball in their half of the third held jointly by the Giants and ager of the American League pacesetters I each by splitting second and near the park entrances. With

and punched boles in the Pitts- 1936 Xew York Yankees. Lobrke was ejEded from the' 1I third. an advance sale of only 1,008

burch defense with two tallies and Billy Kifney also hit homersin premises by Umpire Red Jones in : I Jim Demarat, and Ed Furgol Dodger officials made plans for

that frame one more in the < the second game. \ ,: split fourth and fifth money with only 1 JO&O fans. However.
the sixth of the for : !
fourth. two in the fifth. and single inning opener I : t.H j :273s.! Sam Snead got into a four- would-be ticket buyers were
Four Boston pitchers were \ -
runs in the sixth seventh : stalling. The Yanks now are way tie for sixth place with a lined up at 5 a.m. In frontOf\
rapped for 13 hits in the nightcap
\ and eighth. Jim Uearn held theIrs 10 1-2 games ahead of the second : ; borrowed putter. Snead broke his windows that did not open
while Pott went the distance giving I
with five scattered hits to place Sox. I : own putter on the 11th green when until 3.Many.
up 11 hits but no walks. The
keep the Cardinal lead intact. Giants scored in all but the first Joe Di Maggio's 17th home run he became angry as a putt stoppedI of the 28.153 fans who did

Dusak's over-the-fence blow inning. of the season high into the left I I I, the left of the cup. He borrowed get in missed the first three in-

came in the fifth inning with no i Outpitched Lefty Warren Spahn field nets atop the wall saved the i Demarat'3 to finish" the round nings. They did not see Hatten

one on base and Rice walloped his and Charley Barrett. Spahn. like Nw Yorkers from a shutout in the I and did better with it than he give a trio of blows in the initial

homer in the seventh also with Jansen was gunning for his 17th nightcap. usually does with his own. .' inning and get helped out of the

empty sacks. victory. but left in the eighth inning Jake Jones. Boston first baseman '' i I Tied with. Snead with 275 were jam with the first of the Dodgers'

' Chances for a Redbird win In for a pinch hitter. Connie drove in an his team's runs George Payton. Dick Mete Bob three double plays.

the opener looked slim aft r the Ryan's double and a pinch singleby in the second contest. the last twa: Hamilton. Lloyd Mangrum and After the morning game the

Pirates broke the 4-4 tie in the :Mike McCormick tied the score. with his 16th home run. another Jim Ferrier. park, with a seating capacity of

top of the 10th on singles by but Lohrke's sixth homer off Bar- clout into the left field screen. KEEP CUP: The U. S Davis Cup stand around the famed trophy Left to right: 34.000 was cleared and another
Kiner. Bill Cox and Bert Fletcher. The game's two home run authors admission was charged for the
rett in the last half of the inning
defenders of the Davis Cub which At!nek Man Jr of the team Gardner
tennis team, : captain ,
tied for second
r Two men were out when Fritz Os- broke the tie. now are StymieWins$20O5OPot second fray. The day's paid attendance -

I termueller walked Terry :Moore The double win moved the place in the American League they won for another year in the final play Mulloy, Ted Schroeder. Frank Parker and Jack was 63,621 for the two

and Marty Marion and Rice hit Giants four and a half games back runs batted in race with 83 each. yesterday against the Australian challengers Kramer. LAP Wirephotoir ]. games.
I his game-winning blow. i :I The loss in the opener was the Ralph Branca. ace of the Dodger
of the third place Braves. 3.
Kiner delivered his 40th home FIRST GAME i first for the league leaders after t -y -b ya hurling staff, was the victim in

run in the first game' with two | BOSTON [a] MEW YORK (a) I i five straight victories. the afternoon affair. Pitching
I mates aboard to the Pirates'' aIrS. .! aSeI.a '' (FIRST GAME) '
give Aqueduct with only two days rest. Branca
Thsxf 45541)Riiey.Zb) 45551 NEW YORK IAI I BOSTOII (AIallrll. 'Americans Retain Davis
\ an early lead in the first frame. Hopp.d 4S5I5k.r.sa 45235En.Ii1f ShrIll Cup sought his 20th victory but gave

and Russell got a four-bagger to I5515t31SZIL 35545, ST'SIllS 4 I S 2 :wrt; 2 1 1 Sah5zl I NEW YORK lAP) Stymie won up two runs in the sixth and threein

deadlock the initial tilt after St. F.1f--.lla.s 1II1Wt.3I: 4ISI2)3ci.1b I I s ftc.e! II 351131 4 5 ,, LIsIIif 551154PU5JI lISI5-DhIIM.a425125 41:0. : { the 38th running of the Aqueduct the seventh before retinag.

Louis had taken a lead. KTU.It S1121Gci.1f S. tf 51': 1 Bdl....' 4 55 2 IIWmle-.1f) 4 552 --- I Handicap at Aqueduct before a Judd clouted a triple and a single
(FIRST GAME &'i11iiu I S S 2 G84ut.d! 2 I I I a'.Tera M'.Ib S 1 2 I V'tuur.31 1 II 1 4 Ted Schroeder i I crowd of 53.254 yesterday and
PITTSBUKCN lakr ) J *T. LOUIS IN) 1. S5jL1i. 31113Fmss4zsSlS2$1.a..ip w...... C I 2 1 2tJ..1s I 1 514 ItI. : ,' in the Phils' scoring inning as did
BBikarlif ak r Msa. 35151CSPsILS ........ s 5 1 5 1)P1131S.e. S I 1 I 1 I Double Loss Nudges AthleticsOut / boosted his all-time record money- Harry Walker league leading bat
f 4 9 1 ; __u. S55MaM.a !I.)_ 111 S S .1103:213 I i winnings to $7424210. ter. Howie Schultz
..... 1515 :1) I' get his fifth
.c.1f 52 1 CDik.rt S I I312tt.GkI *. I I S S ltGaiitis.p 4 S I I I
G........ SS12S 531p I' II UbiLM.Ck i Ct.m r.i .. S I S S "$ | The six-year-old Texas bargain homer of the season in the sev
)I a3.s S' I .. t-. rt t .. ; : 1 5 1 5 Jt I i G'aipen.aBr I 55551 Clinches of First Division Berth baby put on one mighty surge in ,, enth.
\ CM II12lbLIls4aI.1I aizis.TiqrGr1b Buna. 15.1st t ,, ...... 555551DJOA1ISL5 Play I the last hal mile under Jockey FIRST CAMEl
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I
ppt.-AIMI1iLajgV75: 1I1$1 you 35l4HI: Tori. 23212714sF.an.4 ,I' I S I! PHILADELPHIA [AP] The Washington Senators Conn McCreary's piloting to overhaul I, PHILADELPHIA aIrS .(Ni a)' BROOKLYN..5,554Lits55a..si451441asky,31 {Nl

5..ftLe III3i.d I I 1 EMjrou:: 1 21121OMlMkp4 I I 1 Itrn b-5in.4_ fiT for_!CaCar p.Sa Ia la 9th ara.Boataa MM 554 (la-1 i I Titus -----4 3ft X II41 i Taai S,:;" I NEW YORK (AP] The United' nudged the Philadelphia Athletics out of the American Gallorette.' the mighty only yards Maryland from mare the H eStkr,4. a I S "'.*.....1.. I 22152 I II* 1

IWUIMra 11241DMp t2. i STork __ *M tie -X i I {not a Walked to J-.oI..E for Ganpett IS ta Tta.I States stored away the Davis Cup League's first division yesterday by sweeping a holiday wire and beat her by a bare head ....... 41i21)Sftsoo.4) 42255
f Error: EOinrt. Cuss bsttd IB: Lahrka X. :If. I,I k-Fumed far D. Jakuaa ta Ot&I I' doubleheader 4 to 0 and 7 to 4 before a crowd of 28,565 and AdaawrfHaadlj.JB 4 ell lV.s5.a1f$ I 5 2 1 5
I S S I !
Tt.a S%' s 1t I. y-a; 3) 1113113t MrCarnuekTwaaaaa. 5.. Bno. 'I'mekit: Bean BT lilIes: again as duly advertised four for the $20,050 winner's purse. SIP. IfaJh.rt J I 1 0 5swk'lc

I t .- .-. 1.. ..... I I wnC1aDPr C_: Homo rut Lad: L P.I&rV.MsCaraurk Dooklo vlaja KM:aDd P. I.| Xew Tilt ___;____ _315 OU W'I-I I matches to one, but not until after extending the Macks' losing: streak to six strai ht. Mickey Another mare, William Helis' -a.l" I I S 5 S I S 1 SIJOOn 1Edssobs: I s I I isi S 1 i
___
\ : __
*r tnuui: _. i i.st.s 531 III 514I I the A's with seven .. Elpis. came up fast in the final v.ss.js I I S I :I.pL 4 S i i i
M: Haefner blanked :
Left Bam
Pjor ___ .. Ill 1-I en : Baataa a. !wv FitS 2.Baits I Error Pnkr. Bam kaltai la: 't. .IoMa 2. a chubby little Australian named H.......... ,
9t. La MXnat ___e2M Ill 2-4 i ea baiter Jansn 1. Bpaha 1. Ctnko sat Reams. FishY X. B. DOtittl 2. FdIUltll- I hits in the first game while 1 furlong to be third, a head be- 2S5SEJsiipip 45552sL.ab
Qaatiaa. Baa ""nil.: aUaar .. WH"kor -! Jilt.5 I. Bpaha S. Sat: off Bpaha I tm Ttaaiaa T>*-_aia" Ml W. ,....., Stain .kaaa: D. BiMaczio. -j i Dinny Pails had treated a crowd I Ii II Scott Cary settled down to win i hind Gallorette. with still another I iSISOtBIm1.p S I S II):
Barrm 1 Ia L V_ Pliwnt. Bob Armed Gains
: :
Two- _. ,
r B )10Qw.
L laW X. Imiriaa Button DosS aiasv: Droat ta ta ,
kato BIS: ".... Kttar. ItaaWfek. Tano-taw) lbS. -.. TUu: 1.4X. AaoBitaaqi: 4J.99 aaUBOSTON ... Galehauto to Dacrr to Janet: PeUacrialto i I of 9,000 in the big Forest Hills Ii | the second game after yielding female galloper. Bridal Flower in Totala 18'-----1 SSI V Total. X-* "l. -XTUPflrart -
l al'a: KanaL .._. Oam laai: s.... B<..-, -- I Jdaea. LOft oa kaMf- New Tork S. Sanaa f ; stadium to as thrilling an exhibition three runs in the first inning. fourth place.Major out tar Back. M 115.PMIIM5s .
MU Doaaio (tar: 31.i... fihimillinM aadUMlaL Bam oa ballin Drewa 4: off Chandler I: eftGtuapen __ _eS, SSS 555IBoosEI
UCOIID GAME as international tennis hurled for the Orlando clubin
lfl oa katat: Pttuaarck a. P. Lmz-.m 1; oft D. Johraoa J: off G&I"I.. Cary On Money List 21. I.-I
j I Bon aa kalb: Oitaranwilcr a. Ousaaa:: S- I 55,551)[Ill MEW YORK aIr55S551 11 I:II I Slothosili: 57 Dm1 So by D. Jisitsos :. ... : ever hasseen.j Florida State League last year. I Set Eots: D.... HssdI't. a- kan.. tm: T.traikrr. .
BTil ooiiri- Oiiioai.aror t. Ptrima 3. P-i ,Galetnne 4 Rita: off Dross in S 1 3 laeinti Fighting to his executed six double Loops JMMBIOB. V....... Suakr.Taoka .
"'- 1UilmQ.2I 25252Bov.d j i stoutly keep The A's I -
CHICAGO API) Armed gallopedto
...11. V.. t... G< Tmu: IS. '4I32hetTas 52422BotZtWp l-e; aft D. Jianinai 2 la Z. Leolag fttzaarDmra. country's chances alive, the 160- plays in the second game one an impressive three and one- '! Bukii flara: --. Bnila.uu :aadEdnni
S5S5MitsM1izf 15155 Attendance Mark i
(SECOND GAWEIPITTSBURGH t'aiBins: Jaaa. __... G...... itfKialer. ... ... .
kf.MCmt! i.S5M13t.1h 41541! i pound battler from Down Under short of the American League record quarter length victory in the $55.- '"' Btaakrr Bnala.ua [1] Loft
I N ST. LOUIS IIIIFk.I .
I TIBM la. .
assess : a kaart: rkiladolBkla 5. B>ooaUa a. Boa.* ,.akalta
4ss1s1c.vt. 42245 i York
carried Ted Schroeder established the New
of California by
,.
aIrill -
i I
CAMEl 600 Washington Park handicap NEW YORK fAP] The major' _
EUMtt.In 4 5 1 5 XaiordoBjfliiVarkan.cf I I I 1 STorgssa.Lb I VO.JSIOND : Hadn 4. ) lilt 1. Hattoa 1. *trtka
BHkucUf 41ISCAAd11t.1b. 51114 I I I 5 2 5 5 F SMsac I NEW I BOSTOM [AlMh.s1 to five terrific sets and Yankees in 1942. but these field-I! yesterday for second place in leagues set an attendance record lao: Haakra !. Muss X. BUs: off Spills 9
k..1I.d 41&lMDusaLfl 54421l1MI.35 4522Lohs..3h 22215Riaiib shrIll once was only from1"ing were offset by j I'. 1 ........ Solsiad? I ifc I. iag pflobor:
(; I I I 1 ruanal.U 4 1 41* S I 9tossTh1S1S5Moss.xf 45115 a point away gems horse racings list of all time money for a single day yesterday when $155505. rawa-aac StwvOb. p54 sad
'-".... 1 I 1 I .1 IKBTB-StoJO S 1 1 22G11$1ugbx.5 ( I'4SS4LlFusz.p IlL 12155uiierjs Clarir..1f 45I111Po.5-.ls 51215 victory before he went down after rors and 17 Washington hits the : winners. the seven Labor Day doubleheaders 015115.. Rajat vaB. 5t.sdw,. X4U5I [paid].

r J .:; I. 2S1PGtN.na.f l i.25155. I) 550.315.......-I..rt 151551) 1 Lt-.rt D34II10.'" 4525510034zt..0SS5S Ii 141)WDllamJt) I 1 1 three hours and 10 minutes of Nats' biggest batting spree of the The .Calumet Farm's sixyearold and morning and afternoon PHILADELPHIA-nCON.INI| .BlloeKLYN..a [III

M.4II44Mo..d, 45545 VII..p S S S I 5)LitihIt ) W. -.3lt I 5 I I ;|Oo rr.Xa I. 5 I 2Let4rl Herculean struggle. The scores of season. I j golden gelding with a terrific shows in Brooklyn drew 300,825 .lIrlt.a'' slobs.. .
k1tj.c 41521Lanos.as! 41122| I S S S S I OSSIlio.si.1b 412125Fbtlllpi.11 the marathon that clinched the The Nats slammed four Philadelphia LPSsaI.a41111454.W31 35155
.'T4..3b 3S1S2R.. 32135 4 S 1 S SPsrtos., I' 1 6 I burst of speed in the closing seconds cash customers. i ,
_.,... Sill 11H.1fCLcf ) H.Ifallrr.d! 3 I I I l$51nos.ib. I 5 "I" 1
Beep 355Jlifl4Lp 45555 1 ZBow. cup for this country were 6-3 8-6, pitchers beginning with
45211)FMairM.35451(
I 1 1 1 II a.o. outmatched all opposition. The Dodgers drew the most I EllDI..1f $ SiZ51Sr1r.5 $4125
,1 *4a12t14 11111Euby. I ..... I' o fL.iataau.9' ) 35355. j 4-6. 9-11, 10-8. Dick Fowler and continuing on fans for their two with the' W..k.lf I S S I ........ 4 5 S S 1Patlnu.
.. 55555)t ) ; afieariril 1515 $i covering the mile and a quarterin games
Totals 39 111 U SI, TataU M U 1*XTo __ ,, i Bob Savage who was charged I .. 155251Fos41.d 45513(
i t 1 -PavoM out for ftxma ta 5-b. ; I The cjrowd in a state of ex- 2:02. Philadelphia Phillies at Ebbets R.I411a25 4 I I I If.W..rf 4 5 1 5 55sIh
TW U 514 Totala U U XT 1* I XX 4 15 27 li
a Grounded on (or Wniht IB filL Totals XT 1 10 2* e| Tutu with the defeat. Russ,Christopher Field. 63.621 paid admissions. ; S 1 11& SI1an.s.3b. 4 5 5 I 2v.555.3.25
a-Popead out (or Boo in gt a. s-sliIed: for Beeraa ia ilL haustian almost rival to that of
of the filly .
I ._. .. ance four-year-old 4223515oL. 45134
.... Boctoa .51IdISII4-I and Jesse Flores
'
Pnt&kwU IG -1Bt. thM Tork 315 IM -l However the were Played'as
-- -- the games
ft Loaia -311 111 Hi-si >>w Tort Kl III S2i-II Boom _. !'II !
Error: F Prraaad X. Boas b md ia: CI&lJoPr. In the seventh f single affairs with separate ad-
8du.-.i.. Kmer. katfod duel ended, had little!
lusts: RUss Ia: I' Error: Itaerr. gull batted' la: J. DiMazxia.tnan applause Honeymoon.: in finishing second. : I s312 I 5555
PMt 3IlR. Lukrkfc Cups X. Cordoa. :M.
Bin roll. Kiavr Jtoora. Blco X. Ovaak. Marloa.Mwlal ,, S. 4. rw._ ail: Clark. BOOM n.: t.tXMazxio. left for the concluding Mickey Vernon;r i missions charged for each game. I---.p..l
23-Cetsilck. Runn-j 4 TweIat: Poat. With thrice Armed'sconqueror
Pleasure.
.. 81aiuhtr.. 'Tve-baso kits: ItjaiaLTambaaa ....... StIllS ha e: 1>. M.ttta '
TlukOAO : ....... boss Lanrk The biggest single "gate" was at ----- --- --
httt.Coopot. rtuu: match in which Jack Kramer
bus: Buavttt. Martoa. Dtttaa B aorua : SacrifIces: D. DiXanoo E. Johama. Dovbloi tripled. Stan? this season. was third. I '
Total* 3552718)) Tmafe SI. SXT1JMama.
Binrr. Bacrtftora K.tnrr.Poat.
Diuaa. Biea. Ooubla Bla,.: Oiutlaa, x.lAft- : ...j: Peekr. Doerr and Jones. Loft OB kaneii: scored a hollow 6-3, 6-2. 6-2 win the Polo Grounds where the New 7tII.I'It .
I s-f55s4 for Bant in
further out
oa BUM: BaOnm S. >cw Tore 1LBawo a length and a quarter
Bloodwortk and ....: Kuro ki. 8cb.dri1sad N... Tork t. Borton. 1L BaS OB ball: off Bereaa Spence singled \ York Giants and Boston Braves' edlllalt4& __ ._ 311 315--I
t' I' oa ballsSaoua 1. Vojarllo 1. Bnlr 4. over Jack Bromwich of Australia
MuaiaL Lf, oa aawa: PUUkutik .. k.I 5. Itrtke.uta: ki Bercaa '. kr E. Jokaaoaa. i back. Coverup was fourth. three,
Bra 555 sis
BOOSt L stnkr-oau root 4. Shots 2. Wrvat I Gerry P r t d d IWf
: y drew 43.106 fans. -
Loma 1L Ban oa ball: Boo 1. M.izu X.Ba Paued ball Partco. fmiaree: Mstssla.Gieo. to make the final count officiaL .
:
L Hit: off Sboua S la 4 lallia: V.M>II.. Sla lengths back 6f With Pleasure. sitos: Boa 'flOt" a: Jaaa. H.
t<' Baa X. Hrara X. RuE off .. McKiDleT anl: oaea. Time: 1. Aiteadaaoo The previous record attendance .. .. ._
II IL.1It.-= :. 13. BrcxioT S la 1 '-1: 'rillat X la X. Balli! : sacrificed and ] : Walker .. LaPaiBl kin: Tor-
Baa : orT B &ba X la L Loun* : Ji.IM.! The match that left every one ... .. ..,. .
nmw-kaao Brim. Jana. 11.
yttrbenBaiUca. Bhroa. Imptno: & ardIIn. Goau and r-&. Launj pttalwr: Skoua. splits: Bohb.Uora I when :Mark; I' was a single day was set last a> fcJtn' : .
sad PiaalU. TlaM: 1.17. Auaodaaa: 43. limp was the longest single ever Seven-Time Winner watt.11 na-Orftotts. 9toM>B ka Xuaa: 1.5L. AlKBdaaca. ".eN lpeJd.j. 10*. paid. : Snowden in First Chnstman walk-| Memorial Day when 283.370 saw : ......... OooMo aiara: StaMp tad
In Davis
played
a Cup challenge
I ed Savage was the eight double-headers. The, BaBtaaaa: $aakr..: Box*. Boataroa sad. La..-
: Phils' Harry Walker I I KEEPS CHESS TITLE ATLANTA (AP] The 50-mile round. Its 71 games have Men exceeded lifted in favor of :' Repeats in Peak Race ; Labor Day doubleheaders last year : _.. Lift cat aaan: Phllartrtaala I: BravklnK.
Bam oa IsIS: JoaM X. Braara S. JlM ottd
TAMPA LAP] Held to a tie In ; feature race in the stock car only once in the big play- Christ : COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo. 0 drew 265,336 fans. I. SMko las Jat a. ..... 3. Bacaua L

Williams Batter only one of six tournament events here yesterday was won by off, and that was in 1923 when Rick ", lAP-Lou Unser. veteran Colorado ; Hits: off Braara a IB 5 1-* iaaiao. HatttB Iu
Top I Big Bill Tilden and Little Bill OPher.'i. > 1.1: Haautad 5 ta .. Uoauc aitean: Braara. -
matches Dr. Gustave L. Drezel. Bill Snowden of St. Augustine. greeted aSpence Springs driver yesterday won Working Agreement Off : fa in*: 11I__. Mfallaa saG
,f CHICAGO rAP The Phils Harry I Miami Beach school master. retained Fla. with a time of 36 minutes : Johnston needed 81 games to subdue pher : the annual Pikes Peak Labor Day kartb." Tin*: 2-1L) A'-...: 35.561.STILL .

'I I Walker added two points to his yesterday his Florida Chess !: 7.41 seconds. : another pair of Aussie in ble to score ", : : automobile race for the eighth ATLANTA lAP Pres.Baseba.lll Earl ,
the Atlanta 7 TO 6
.352 batting average last week to League Championship in the an- doubles. with the Cary time in his career on the "roaring Mann of
t continue to lead National League nnal tournament played here. i SNYDER RECALLED fifth Washington run. road." AI Rogers of Colorado Corp., said yesterday the Crackers: GAINESVILLE In 345 foot-

F hitters by 34 points. with Cub veteran I: Runnerup was Nestor Hernandez BROOKLYN rAP Ed [Duke Flores was nicked for two unearned Springs winner in 1940 was sec would not renew their working ball games the University of Florida
.. Phil Snyder. 21-year-old outfielder. end. agreement with Charleston. S. C.. has won six one-point victories
Cavaretta holding second of Tampa. I Florida Champs : runs in the eighth to close
with a .320 mark. has been recalled from the St. out the Nats' scoring. Unser. dubbed "the old man of of the South Atlantic League next and suffered seven one-point defeats -

In the American League. Ted Fiji may have been the starting Paul farm of the American Assn.. ,. Haefner allowed only three the mountain" for his many victories year. The tw -year-old pact expired which makes that score 7

Williams inched further ahead of point for migrations of Polynesians' Pres. Branch Rickey of the Brooklyn Macks to reach second base in the on the punishing twisting Sunday night. to 6 also.

Dale Mitchell. Cleveland rookie. over the Pacific. Dodgers announced yesterday. Win Crown first game while the Nats tagged gravel highway leading to the 14-

with a .340 average to Mitchell's i! Phil Marchildon for eight hits and 100-foot summit drove the 12 1-2

331. I seven walks and scoring one in mile course in 16 minutes. 34.77

Johnny Mize of the Giants leads Reds Count 70 Runs In One 1 the first inning two In the second seconds.
ST. PETERSBURG rAP The
the National League In runs with and one in the sixth. It was Heaf-I I I

114 and runs batted in with 118. Blackburn Bombers of Clearwater ner's eighth win against 11 loses A GOOD MONTH Attention Veterans

Walker Is tops in hits with 163 Inning Split Two With Cubs Fla., State Softball champions last iI j and Marchildon's eighth defeat MOREHEAD CITY N. C. [UP]

and triples. 15. His Brooklyn ; I!I night became Southeastern district against 16 victories. August was the best month, for ;
brother. Dixie. Edie Miller. Cincinnati (MUST CAME:) sailfish in the history of More-
CHICAGO [AP] Subjected to a 1 to 0 shutout on the ,
and Tommy Holmes. Boston I title holders by defeating the Capitol -j! WASHINGTON .(A) | PHILADELPHIA I.(A). : head City local anglers reported
.hrIll. ale
the Cincinnati
four-hit of Bob 'in the
share doubles honors at 28. pitching Chipman opener, Homes of Atlanta 4 to 0. |i T.t.3b 3111il5f2'sili.If 35225Ioslore ; yesterday with 13 sailfIsh taken.

Jackie Robinson. BrooklYn. Reds scored 10 runs in the first inning of the night-, I Herb Dudley. the iron man of i Rbtsts.it 4S21513si-.ss I I I 6 ,81rf;, 3 3 I. S 1 1. I:; : Record catches of dolphin. amber- Don't cash in your bonds unless you feel it is

leads base stealers with 24 and' cap to gain a 13 to 2 decision and a split of their double-. I v.iss.Il 'I" liaC_ 15055 '. jack and other Gulf Stream fish ,
Johnny Hoppe. Boston. has 13. I header with the Chicago Cubs yesterday before 39,511 fans. ; the Clearwater team. allowed butI I 1Sios.5..0 I. S "JA aau.rf 15514Ptlobil also .were made last month. necessary. Your bonds are the soundest investment -
I' 1 I UFaia.lktC&aoaianjt) 355151
Ewell Blackwell. Red aee. [ two hits the only ones he had I !
the first on" 23.3155... I" 5 1 4 5 S S I
dominates the strikeout artists I Chicago won game given up In 21 innings of tournament ...au...... I 1 S SiRaur.e t 4515114s1w. Hay is the basis for a good ration : you can own.
with a total of 170. He is second an unearned run in the seventh. Dooklo liar: Bauav Malta and Loft I' .. 4211L:1bS.: 45144 I
should
for dairy cattle and be
doubled to play. He struck out 16 last (23sjsili.Th I' 2 5 2
(
the Bill Nicholson right oa lasts: CtananaU .. ct..... a. :Bases oa I
to Giants JansenIn
Larry I .
1-- I. S S I fed liberally.
won-lost percentage Jansen i went to third on Bob Sturgeon's bills: Battoa 0or|,r .. Chassis. .. Stnck oauBn night. T. Newton third baseman loGoorra 15555 *

having 16-4. .800 record and sacrifice and scored when Ken ato.rc. .. Chivaua a. Vaipirw: Baa.Coaiaad I cf the Atlanta team got both hits -----1 ----- .
a ,I Raffensberger mishandled Chipman's sad 1__. TIM: I.... aiIaadsatMU. off him. Tatala II 4 X 27 lit Tataat II' I 27 IX ,
Blackwell 20-6, .769. : 0
a e-611et1 OM hit Bint ia I'M.b4HssbSsd -
bunt to the mound. atUauud).
Williams leads three American, out for MareaUoaa III tift. :
Raffensberger allowed six hits (SECOND SAME)) WMWanaa __UII 55! --. However if do cash in bonds be
specialty divisions: most runs. 103.! .. you your sure .
in drawing his 11th defeat of the CINCINNATI (N> t I. CHICAGO rNI \ Lombardo Beaten PMla.. 555'55s'-4
runs batted in. 89. and home runs.' 1101551. 101. ErranOKO. Bian kattoil la: TOM it low that invest
27. Bm1II1Lerrt I 1 S 1 w..llt I 5 1 I, -. Tm-BM bits: TOK. P>l**.. _,iItaaMo you your money in something substantial -
Johnny Pesky of the Red Sox '
year.The Reds waded through three Itsotir21411114WMt1'a.Ib 45555 But Steals Show 0)),,. *.: Prioar and Tcnoa:
has the most hits. 162; Lou Dots- A.Ia..SIt ISSlNtIfIsf :31115 J-). Suoar aad. F.*. Lift aa .kaMa: WukiacIOB I in a real value a substantial in-
Chicago pitchers for their 10- ,
dreau. Cleveland manager most! __lit 'I" I 1f.& an.ct 1. I 3); Paitadwakia *. BaM oa bat) : off
run getaway in the first inningof Galaa.If lIlSSlVltaqstsJfi.e. In Detroit Races MatraUdDB 1; ocr Haataar :* Bulkonu: kHacttwr >
doubles. 42; Mickey Vernon.! Vobaor.et I' 1 I ""-"If $121. L Hit DJ BIUBCT: kr Baoliior OtI'aiBino 1 vestment. :
Washington most triples. 11. and'' the second affair. Johnny Haat.lk 422ithi55.s 2557 I eQI. : Oar*, -... Uiiriar. FuaroDa -
his first 4 2 1 I .. ....., DETROIT UPI Notre Dame. I
the Browns Bob Dilltoger leads Miller making appearance lMHn.tt.ctB.XiUr.M JiMa afcx 4 I I I S ( Tlaio f .law: 1.33.
with the Cubs since his 'I I 1 55ga,.... 4 I i holder of the world's speed record (SECOND GAME)
base stealers with 29. I Muoliar I I1I'tIii.ii 55s. IVil. I WASHINGTON; tA) | PHILADELPHIA' (A) *
Frank Shea. Yankees. kept atop I' purchase from San Antonio .. Ie 2 l 11"1 ; for gold cup boats. piled up 700 5101551 p10115. ;
the list with gave np a walk and hits to Ben I",.... Sl55 points yesterday to win the Silver Toot 3b I' 2 1 lIM'C-II7.1f! 4 1 I 5 5 !
pitching a 11-4 record Jfaora., z.ssi I LRta.rt 5Il2lIJosLsa 4123 !
Zientara. Grady Hatton Auzie I lsLao. Cup speedboat race but Band
while Bob Feller added six i.s I G..1t SSISlAIaos.1I alls. i
strikeouts to raise his leading I I Galan and Bert Haas and the 1'1 Leader Guy Lombardo stole the -.If 41S15$5a.M.'t 55555 If you plan to invest in a home, remember that
I Reds carried on with three walks 4batil.s" 1 5 5 S S! show in the final heat. \siMts.1l ill 5 Ijratalb 4i5$1
count to 160. I --- 1 _____ "_.d I I I 7 $CSIGlaO.d 2 It 2Pri.n block
I, and three more hits off Henry 'huh 3UUXTUi Toula 3121527 Lombardo. driving Al Fallon's 452 -. 31225 concrete construction is perhaps the most 1
i Wyse and Russ Metes a Btraea OM ter Mean ia Tla.k Miss Great Lakes after previously iSros..s : =.2' 45145ooo.II.c

FIFTY-FIVE: FLOK1DHXSGAINESVILLE Thirtyfourof !i Although badly beaten. the -Fhad hi out tadlago. for.Pawaaa ia $15.5srS withdrawing his own Tempo VI $ 5"41LS55e"uI.P 4 I 1)Majsi$1.SD)" .I', .1 .1. .3CsO.P durable, long lasting, the most substantial of all

Florida's 65 football squad men Cubs came up with the gem of the I C1tSaall __ _let ell I slammed across the choppy Detroit lcsitst.. S I S S Ihs.pi' home building materials.
I I CWUID&U __ 1* 1. 1.I S 1 5.41 I 25455
nightcap triple play In the ---- river before an estimated
are ex- nicemen. and 55 of the' Clatis., __ --- 5,5 ll ..aj )rsi.p .555' fl
total number of candidates are fourth inning. With Eddie Lukonon Eran: M.... Boat ....... u: &>_.. Bat- crowd of 20.000 at an average J.t leaam.1 1 5 4 0 5
Floridians. third and Eddie Miller on second toa .. Galaa. Bua X. LtIaI =. UIMUX. K. speed of 71218 m.p-h. to win the ----
WilI_. .l.__ lOo.Twt1Mae bits Totaia) W T U XT II l Tmmi$ SJ" (a 14a
as a result of a walk and a I) K. MUlor. VMaorMoar. Palte. T__: Galaa hits. : second and final heat of the 90- .-$a ck out for CarlatopMr la Tta.k *

double. Shortstop Bob sturgeon I t. MlUar. Ractltico: VM_. bosh) plots: mile marathon.But -Saark out lor '!ana ia Xtk.8caro .. (I
took Mueller's liner K. 3541).,. Zioniara sad Hxaa: Paatoaa. -Iud Notre Dame with Dan k* iaalao:
Ray near second
SOIUNAR TABLES I $1.. touched the bag to double Left oa boos: CbKieaaU .. ':-'lakaae" Bam Arena' at the wheel held en doggedly __ 355 io-4 And believe that there
I Eddie Miller. and threw to Peanuts f. kate: MJflor 1. W... .. Mists 1. PMMM after a late start and then ) btara: Pria*. Fata t Gwrra.=. Bon we firmly is no concrete
to the Sohtnar \-"'- 1. Bmit* M5., I I tatted ta Faia. Guam. Ferret X. Lsa.I .
According ou: PaucaR I.J : _
third for the final roared' the finish in
Lowrey at out. !across line
block
tile
taaoocMMt i. .. 015150. JIa.ld.I substantial
Hiu PndoV.1. more
: off J. Millar 4 in J \.a more long lasting
tables calculated for this area 'I (FIRST GAME II. OM Bbm. raiiotoJ ia (Inu. Wn 2 la 1-i; I second place to amass enough I Y.... (Baaenaoa. Beared oa'Oaerna cmri.Teeken I, ,
of the State the best times CINCINNATI l.rbsll tat !t CHICAGO slob.(N) ... S IB S %-3. Paawaa X 18'lid |HU* .: I points for the coveted cup. I' aiu. : .....u .. Bpaoce. TIIrae-_ more real quality for investment than
Adaaw. PrtaXir. your
-- TaMtarMnc. losIsi ailcBoi: i. MllWt. kin: Tonoe aacrince: Uuina.
for hunting and fishing will ; .rt : 5 5 I 1)Losooy54) 4 5ios.If !IL.-si: Coulaa. Ban wo Jar .. Tiajai Ift: I Danny Foster 29-year-old former a.o.nII800IIia aian: 1141'. lost sad has;
be as fellow with Major 514 $'Wsttbgj.lI $5$4 : :U.511 )..... ). Army fighter pilot who .was Jos(. Marr sad Fata 2; Faia aId ( -.a; I Kissam Concrete Tile.

periods indicating the best 5314.15 5.1)05.55 4S.II 45S5'Csiirsii..S%'Paru.cI 35115 45415Las.os. I.l.- I I bidding for his fifth major title I sad PrWOj.. Faia.Ctewawa J.fft.. aad laos Venae: WadBJwtoa; MAIMU.11. PhUadeiphla Jeeal.

time and Minor periods the I ... I' 1 S 'I1f'C'ollu&ll.e I I 1 I I .. .
Feeler X.Batata
.._... Sl1lPohilvs.. 1 ," Nancy Chaffee Wins in 10 months in Miss Peps V. boil- 4. Ban ea IsO : aft Can. Foalar 1.Carr .
next best hours: 1. W_ L Ankaoau: kr
j 'hl.cf I' 1 f K\traaua.rr: I 1 1 5 S1A4.ls.i PHILADELPHIA ed across the starting line first 2. BU.: off Fosob 12 la S 1-1 iaaiao:
A. 51. P. )I. S I at $fsairioa.20 I' s s t UPI Nancy for early lead-out dropped out Florae i
I an Xarato 1 .. 1; CkrUuwner: 1 ia X-I; ; aX.
Day Min. MaJ., Mln. MaJ. 5011hiir.PS t I IUws) ua X$5111Ta.Is S S Sb' Chaffee. of Ventura. Calif.. won in the fifth lap with a torn spon- bMiac pubs: l>a
Tue. 7:10 1:20 7:35: : 1:40 ---- .rPosl5. ----_ the National Junior Girls Lawn I Tim*..*.1231.The Pueanlla. lId Uorer. Atteaoaato: 35,235. KISSAM BUILDER'S SUPPLY CO.
son.Miss
Wed. 7:50 2:00 8:15 2:20 losis .by -uS434SLst.is.. : l 141427 I.a '. Tennis Championship yesterday Canada HI. a big favoritefor I

Mayor Mima* BortadB. laatra IV* tSsisiSM ___ 555 555SCbSMs defeating favored Helen Pastail, a second place showing in the National Fire ProtectionAssn.
.. 2 .....,* an urati J. mrs aaowa in .- -_ ___ Mk 555. I* -1Tata. 6-3. 8-6. to setback the there 14,000 volun-
are
first heat had
avenge a Saturday. motor
says
Mack M_ tar aocand ooaUaariaaa. 1609
tra* a-: : B__.r. 13kb... lIMa Chicago Ave. Phone 2-3191
........ Gsui l. Haait -- 55. Y.os ; 5)31.1 i .. .*.. bstsi::. s.-.-.- Los Angeles girl handed her In I trouble on the first lap yesterdayand teer fire departments In the Unit- I

.. Pafao Boonfkoi: HM*.. ...._ last year's finals. .wound up fourth. ed States and Canada. _


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Stanton Hurl Second Twin !| With Pirates at Leesburg Today.

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-'r- -- I"'rcrdo'g gLEESBURG -' '-a'1

Bill in Row I -One of the top baseball attractions of

the to Central Florida baseball fans scheduled for
1 year is
f API Tigers
DETROIT The Detroit -

Six-Hit BallThe I swept their second double- Venetian Gardens park here at 8: 15 p.m, today when the

Lake-Orange League All-Stars meet the Leesburg Pirates
header two
in days by lashing out ,
I I of the Florida State benefit
League
in a
Sanford Celery Feds rang 24 hits yesterday to defeat the game.
Chicago White Sox 6 to 5 and 7 ?> The game, entire proceeds of

EVEN START: Ted Ganyard, Miami; Jack Wycoff, Miami and -'jrOnS .'f P1 E-- .' down the curtain on Orlando to which will go to the Harry-Anna
1947 Florida State League by defeating 2.Following Childrens Home Uma-
Crippled aL
-iF'1 I Johnny Ferlita, Tampa, left to right, get of fto an even start races held as part of the annual Sanford Regatta on Lake Mon the Senators 2-1 last, St. Louis up Sunday a 27-hit, the assault Tigers at Standings i tilla is being sponsored by the

in the Florida Family Runabout class event in the Labor DayS roe at Sanford yesterday. night at Tinker Field before 1,142 jumped on four Chicago pitchersfor Elks Club of Leesburg and Eustis
--- - -- -- n. -- and is the second in annual
A' an
12 extra base knocks. including' FLORIDA STATE LEAGUEResults
1 I Labor Day fans.

: Hastings Horse Cops Honors Boat Races I Ii Indians Take I II I today Big to Bill Tampa Stanton.in the who Florida reports International Mayo successive and Vic home Wertz runs in by the Eddie first Sanford 2, ORLANDO Yesterday 1. series.The All-Stars are managed by

Ceague, scattered six game. It took a two-run rally in DeLand 3. Daytona Beach 2. Jerry Morrison of Ctermont anda

i I Orlando hits to post his 19th victory the last of the ninth. however, to ( St Augustine 6. Palatka 1. goodly portion of the %Omansquad

\ In Palatka Track Feature HorseShow Fourth Place of the season for the Feds. win that one.Jimmn who include combined the to same hand players the-

Meantime Sanford wa combIng Outlaw's two-run tri I NATIONAL. LEAGUE
r'--- -' to C "!- "' "- Seit -*'- club a 3-1 defeat last .
> : : 1g In In AL the offerings of :Mjrr. Lou ple in the first inning and his Team W L PctGBGtp pro year.Morrison's
PALATKA l PY, a thoroughbred( who runs short 11 Spotlight Race Bevil Gene Major and Stan double driving in another tallyin Brooklyn 82 50 .621 22 array of some of the

distances as well as long, took the quarter mile champion- f < Sen "' Zrdalis for nine blows. combing the seventh featured the St. Louis _. 74 55 .574 6'2 25 best amateur players in this partof
j CLEVELAND [API The Cleveland the State boast combined
ship in main feature race on the Labor Day Quarter Horse SANFORD Despite the temperature one hit and errors by Doug Robertson nightcap. Boston 73 60 .549 94 21 .323 batting average a for the sea-

-"J Racing Program here. of 93 degrees several Indians regained fourthplace and Don Ford to score New York ... 66 62 .516 14 26
Johnny Corsica was credited son. The four hurlers namedto
yesterday by sweeping a doubleheader both their off Bevil in the Cincinnati .. 62 72 433 21 :20: I
( thousand spectators crowded the f runs
Clocking the 440 yards in 23.1 seconds. The horse from the St. Loots Browns. with the victory after starter Vir- the staff Jack Games der-
58 72 .446 23 24
I bulkhead on Lake Monroe at San- I opening inning. Chicago
known : gil Trucks gave way to Hal Whitein mont; Jim Mahaffey Anopka:
as "Good ; Bob Lemon allowed hits :
ford and witnessed World Champion only six After Jerry Silverman had Pittsburgh 54 76 .415 27 24' Cecil
the eighth inning. Reliefer Eal Barks. Mount Dora and
tirement fro m i ii"'i was clocked at %3.% seconds. I Johnny Ferlita of Tampa, I in copping the nightcap 4-2 after. grounded: out. Don Murray walked. Caldwell was charged with the Philadelphia 54 76 .415 27 24. Bob :Maxwell Umatiila have a I
Bob Feller
tracks, was ridden The championship for 220 yardswas come in a winner four times, John 2-1 hurled the Tribe to a Walt Harrington bounced a loss after replacing the veteran ] Games to play. i i ii combined record of 40 wins and J

and owned by Bill finally awarded to Little An- Wycof, Miami, five times two triumph in the opener. (grounder to Robertson but the Joe Haynes i Results Tseterday 19 losses. j

ings. upsets and one smashed boat with The home club was off to early Senators first sacker threw far White also was called into the Philadelphia 0-5. Brooklyn 5-0. Bill Good. Pirate had

Second was nie, owned by E. W. Williams. only one injury at the Annual leads in both games and in both over Bevil head at first and Har- second game when Dizzy Trout : New York 2-12. Boston 1-2. not named his manager. J

mino owned by Palatka.. after a special runoff Sanford Regatta, and a fine showof games homers accounted for all rington continued to second, Mur- gave up three hits in the seventh ., Chicago 1-2. Cincinnati 0-13. to last night. starting The host pitcher nine up ,

.j Wauchula and with Duchess owned by Russell horsemanship by members of the St. Louis tallies Jeff Heath ray to third. but Trout was the winner. St. Louis 6-8. Pittsburgh 5-2 I Ii wound up their regular season last

:1 Bill. owned by Farmer, Wauchula. The runoffwas the Dusty Boots Riding Club. clubbed his 24th of the season in Ralph Satterfield rapped a The twin triumph kept the TIgers i [first 10 i innings. night and voted unanimously to
Tampa clocked at 127 seconds compared The U. S. Coast Guard Auxiliary the second inning of the opener i the second Boston
single to left scoring Murray but a pace place : Today's Games stay over for today's game before
seconds earlier Flotilla 11, Division of San- for the Browns, and Walt Judnicn
with 12.8 in
Red Sox both teams
Lucky Bob, a Harrington was safe when Ford : as gamed i i No games scheduled. disbandment for the season.
afternoon when in the final ford in co-operation with the Seminole homered after Vern
the Stephens'walk .
two full
_"Y owned by R. D. dropped John Garrison's perfect games on league leading !
Derby Race for the distance, the County Chamber of Commerce in the seventh of the nightcap New York. ---- i
bested \\ homE.
.: Sis in Harry match two horses tied. and the Jaycees sponsoredthis peg ; mosT GAME1 I II AMERICAN LEAGUE I i Gators To Work
a race i I Orlando, after threatening in i CHICAGO
Little Dick, owned by Mack race which Pres. Ernest Lon- IAI) DETROIT (Al
lighted the Indian Second K.llo.y.550122'Lok..ni 43213 Team W L Pet. GB Gtp,
Baseman Joe
: 1
the
third.
finally scored in the
Bntt Winter Garden was adjudged denberg said was the largest and Hnrlnn? 4111"M.n.b 51321 At Full
New York .. 83 47 .638 24 Speed
Gprdon Kept ahead of Heath in '
Champion Maiden of the except for the difficulty encountedby fifth as Major led off with a Wrt.ll'' if 4114 MWet p 1 II '
.... .. 71 56 .559 104 27 ;
their' contest for second place single and was forced at secondby Tntll.lb :I t II 0 jWetz,1f' 3124 I i' Boston
Palatka Race, running 220 yardsin small boats from rough water honors Phill4 1 3 4 rl\flllhn.rf: S' II 3 i : Detroit .. .. 71 60 .542 124 :23Cleveland : GAINESVILLE TAP A complete -
in the loop's home-run I
Fords fielder's
.. 13.0 seconds to win over a field by far the best race. choice Bevil """hn., a I I I t.KtU.5b 5 I 1 I :31fld5.ILTh 65 61 .516 16 25 lack of waste motion high-
Some 150 boats hitting by sending No. 25 over bounced out Stanton to Satter- \ 4 0 I 1 :ttrn..rf 3 II 1 I 1T.th
of untried youngsters. were put over- lighted the University of Flor
.. 4 5 1 1 111".1" 4 I 4 5 1H. Philadelphia 65 64 .504 174 27
Wimpy won the championship board by the hoist and of these 69 the left field fence In the nightcap field as Ford took second and ..--.. I. 15w( ........... 30241 ida's opening football workouts
IsY event less than an hour after best- entered the races. Late yesterday ; and in the next and seventh scored on Craig Lybrands line 'eaid.np. 1 3 I I tpnqtlnw. S S I I I':. Chicago 60 63 .465 :22'/2:: : 24 yesterday as 72 candidates were
54 7i .422 28 26
i I tsoft.e! 1.11. Washington ,
Pitcher
inning Lemon belt-
; others match for afternoon the judges were still drive single to left. i whisked through two field
ins two in a race |I 1'I'ro1Pk.. 21111t5Rnil St. Louis 46 84 .354 37 24 practices -
the quarter mile. His time then handing out prize money to the ed his second home run of the The league will be idle today 'I 11101ohh.p with a blackboard session

was unofficially reported as 22.8 tired victors who came from allover season to right field. but the post-season Shaughnessy ( .. .1 I. II'IrEt. Games to play. i j sandwiched in between.

econds: and his opposition con- the State of Florida. Feller yielded only five hits in playoffs open Wednesday with the IOora.p 000.01: Results Yesterday I From now on its "go-go-so" as

,.., I' &lr ,isted of Catchup, (c. A. Sapp' Miles Wilsey of :Miami driving making the opener his 17th victory Senators journeying to St. Augus- ToUIA -----I 35 S I*Cixl Totals 37- -i -13 17- :-o ,i Washington 4-7 Philadelphia hard as we can every moment.

V ;Melbourne and Pay Streak [Jack : "The shadow," suffered an against mne defeats, and he'!'! tine for an opening night session z:--"n, out witrn winmni tOO atoreit .. 0-4 Head Coach Ray Wolf told the

Carlton Wauchula. injured ankle when his boat ran his league-leading strikeout with the loop-leading Saints. : .k--Hit Ran (into fnr Wazner dotihle pin ia 7'6-fir troth in Ttk. Boston 6-4. New York 3-1. squad in a midfield huddle j'.st

I capsized in the Florida Familyrace total up eight to 168. Righthander Mgr. Bevil said he would announce i j *- $re4m ,
'; but was not seriously hurt. Jack Kramer gave the Tribe only. >his pitching choices some- for Xb.rurazo Cleveland 2-4. St. Louts 12.Todays first period.
; Saints Cop Horace Cobb of Eagle Lake also three hits but all three were time today.SASF000. Derort .- :y 9: nil!"=! wx Ift> SI tErrors Games "We have a Ions hard schedule

took a spill in front of the bunched in the first innings of I lirk. .I O"lUIDO ihrhI. I I, : Cramer Bun& hatted la: wnght 1k.Mohael. Probable pitchers [won and lost ': ahead of us," he said "and the

Finale 6-1 judges stand in the C-Service the opener i 0t'esrn't(4ii'L''an4.t." 40145Mmy. .* Twxbase t. PhUler bits: Ma: .tt 't,.rt Lake. Sill. SInoS I.Muffin. I games m parentheses: ,only way we can make it enjoy-

foe race. One other boat was (noon SAME ." 3 1 0 3 35.bttio1b 4 0 111 I Three*,* bxta: w...... Borne runs: :Ma o.Weru. : New York at Boston Newsom able is to give everything we Lane
: LOUIS .. Hrrtr.tl.rf 3 1 I I "Brul.l.rf! 4 I 1 2 t ,
ST. ( ) i CLEVELA (A) ;
dropped from the hoist and 1 Stolen baaea: PhineT Doable planHiTBes. all the and be
a as tough a*
t aS. r k S a sOr. It SI'P.0335.35 L..SII i. 1 1 IG.rrlP.IOt.1T? 4 II 4 I 0it'ThI.Ib [9-9J vs. Smith 241. way
+ n .
5 wrc f5 Hr:-diT'a::! : Se" ir!! Applint and York. Left m ha-s : Chi i
; hole punched through thebot- 4 0 0 0 21 Mitchell :3 II 0 1 0 4 0 2 II )1n..311: 3 I 1 4 S :,:1 raso. 9. Detroit la Bun no biO; C.!H rtl 4. 1,: St. Louis at Cleveland [night]- possible to handle."
ST AUGUSTINE The ; Brlded 4II1Anit,7b 3. II .1 1
pen- 3
Zan'la.rf 4S2I0Ed.ards.3f 1112. '
tom :
nant-winning Saints ended StAugustmes ....1uwT rf ;1 4 1 .,Perk.rf :2 1 iHnehtf 7.ulos.p 4515Ig,41t.rf 11111''Trnrka H,,. off:r Ba otnke ne< la In *CaldweU I.t lonino I. :Trarln 1.o34..U'2. Kinder 6-121 VS. Embree 691.
;
T.-I"':.%" I. S I 11"._.. I II I 0 I I ISta 1
Lake 41116Fr.in.rf
Monroe was Unusually Washington at Philadelphia
successful ; : i I l 2 la 113. Trwai in la T: White I in 1: e.-
most regu- 4 5 1 J 3iBou I irfM.M 0 _.. z.iurp'a! 41031': '
0:044,00,1 <
3j4btb.lb
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: lar Florida State League season choppy and all the contestants i 1 11 Flratnslb! I. 1 8 0 | |lRo'iI.p! 244IS. prtrnC.ld..u awn ia I wanIng, I-mtnm pttcber. Rn.:. Gome Plparetla Lena and' [night]-Wynn 13-13] vs. Cole-
were dead weary after some six Hitrfcrklk 1 051 I Keftntr :30032 IZXafijp: ; I 1 Ii'' Stunners. Time 2 01.sECOND. man 5-81..
here last night with a closing 6 I :
hours .e..I..... 1. U 0"--11 :S I 1 1 t ----- -----i iT..I. GAME
":j to 1 decision over Palatka. A total racing. many entering all'i 5t.'dna'', S 1 1 H.,;.., S S S I 0II. 12 1 117 Si Tl 33 1 I :?II : CHICAGO ((A) I DETROIT (*) I (Only games scheduled.]
of 1,223 paid fans were in' the the races. A complete list of winners .,.:, ((2012CF.t1r.s 30.13 I IEarlS. *nm &y Innings: : .r..J .r..a
will be released tomorrow.The .. 1. S t t. *Inf5tI 004 000.-! 5,1100.75t412411Lak.u 41115 '!
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jj stands bringing St. Augustine'stotal day's opened witha "..nm-. 254121I Urlindn( = = 414 101-I I IEmn 1 Horijm< 4 1 5 M\\1.,.!!> 4 1 3 S I I IWrtglrtrt ] INTERNATIONAL' LEAGUE
paid attendance for the sea- program .,.._. 4 I 0 IIII..t. : Bntowtjon Ford Murray. '"t.... Rune'' 412OWOTSZ.W 4 I I I IIi I Tnm w L Frt T.... w t prtMovtral .
.
Today'f parade by the horsemen lead by .,.. . tIj butted in. SattarrSeW. Ljfcrutd. T"0-..... bill: T-s.1', 4 osoutt.-.rt JillPhinerrt B, W .81.'Bocneiwr 45 a! 4ItTKTCty
on to 76.735, over 12.000 more -----1 _____ : !I ... ....., .
j Sheriff P. A. Mero carrying a flag I. *.. itelnItun Tyler Sarnfir. t-aur*. 4 t 1 X KcB.9 4 t I \If.ll.! k nit M"Orrarw
than the record turnout of last T.UU 3* 1 5:i in Total Ct ta t:1 J Prohla plan: Lrarand. Jintlra and Rnbernoe. i """",, a... 40102Etan.sf 22I20 51 ,4 1.T"Ritttawr,* 113 It .4Boftala ..
, j season. The Saints spotted the and clad in a brilliant red shirt -...f. w rrror for HdcKcnck i* 454. Maturing Juitira and Rnber**!: Zedalia. LIT-j f L MtrteIo.Th 4 1 1 *"nbn..III 4 I I 11 I 73 M .nn-r- C SS .41Rnulto ,
and 10-gallon hat and Betty Pres- fc-".nate 4 fn> Kramer la Stb. brand and Bohvnion. Left m bun Panfnrd I. .1 Sari'_" tIiSlISMttte 41320 I.I YnttrtayMrnitrnl
Azaleas a tally in the fifth and __ IIJ toning,: ,..... '' I *. Buffalo S.XTsrootQ
cott the club's emblem. CMaada T BaM to .JI.! off Bull 1. 1. P'puk P I. I 1 TnM p I 1 1 S I -
then took a 2 to Head when ArtStilIweI's carrying I't. Louis ____ 11111 400 OoS-'II| Zedalta 3. Ftrwk . I1110WSIS..p 10002 I 1.I. Rorhestw ....
The number of entrants was so Cleveland B-- an. OSo-! I I HIM: off Bn.I 5 In 1 uuriou. 2 ...: off Manr Getirian S I I I I J-r .T City 5.'. X_rk .-t. I Ii
double knocked in two large in the horse races that the trioKatavr., lhiw J '. kattad to: 4 in 3 mninn ....... .....11Ijt mteberB : : -----1 ----- I Omin -3. Baltijnm !.2. c2"One
runs in the sixth. The Saints He.'". n..I1AIJ. T..._. tWig: I'Pt. H__ T||. n 30".: MeHfJ and Belberk. Tim at ; Totals :S3; 8 i* III i Tntals W T II S IS I !
I judges and recorders found it impossible ran Heaih amfVr lAIn. l>..ntH(. Haji: j jI Struck out for Papuk in KTeMn ,I ,
1 3
; fame *
knocked Lefty Driggers from the -release the of :or....... Bnvlreaa. and rinsing.: Kattim andriminc I I FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE
names .. .... Cklraa Ml* Ml M*-X .. W L Prt.Hjrna .
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mound with a four run : IHUinufT It. and Judntrtu Left l -- -- --- I II I I Taaai W L Prt
uprising '
the winners until sometime today. .. _. lOt. Loon 4. OnalaMl Lit.... .. BOWL AIDS OLYMFICSMIAMIPurchasers i 1 D-trmt : :4. 1,1 a'u-r f* 3t ,H*St Pewrtbrc. f I FS .433I ';
in the seventh featured by Lab- Sen. Spessard Holland was the kalta' F.U<< 1. lOtm_., br Kraam 2. F.U. !I Snort: : Applinc Pipleh Pbiller Boas batted I II Tampa II 41 .mw! Palm Both (I TI .442
da's double. I. 1igtKr..ni,3ta7InoingPntt1tn'. i of the 60,- I In, : HodjiR .Airolirs Ontli 3, Trout Kell :Miami Beach 73 'W .o*& I akriand 4. M 331
. .1_1_rig. ST. AUGUSTINE principal speaker at the banquet 1. Laainc pttriwt: Kranm I ..p....: n.af..rHtrbbard 000 tickets to the 1948 Orange Tav-bara hits: wrIght KoOmaj Pwlft Jliyo. I,. :Miami 6J II 4'S 1 Ft Laudrdal Q 9t JW
held at the Mayfair Inn last Wartx. Outlaw Three ba : Phltle Outlaw Algal,, Test_,.
PALATKA a. easrs.aJidy.Th k a night and Bnr TLaw: 1 ; 45242 with Sen. 1St ._ oppori ': Treat Karrifiee DimMa Wan: I i W..t Film Broth 7 1. Miant Bnck I L
II II ) '''.'.!It 4 S I 1 JIA_.... 4 1 1 1 1 Lloyd F. Boyle as mas- I nittnig'.4i.SEC000 SA"E i tunity of helping send the American Lake and raDnotne. : Lake. Man. and CiiPanMne :I Fnr, Lau"'a'' Miami lI .
rum-off.U ;3 Se 1 vTheebold.rtHtranaeK| i 1 SIS ter of ceremonies. Other honor iT. LOUIS \AJ I CLEVELAND (A) I Olympic team abroad. The Left mi Kates Ctitraso. s. Petrait *, Bana :t Harana a I T_.... ppd.. ram.St. .
''''rll.Ik 4eattn.rf II S I iIK.--'i.d i 0 I 1 guests and speakers included Florida aIrSa allrll. on ball( Papua.] 1. GeOnan t. Ttwrt L Stnkamrn :I J'etertlta11>'I., 50:4 ;
: WHEEL : Orange Bowl will collect voluntary : P.pi... ';. Gebrian 7 Traut 1. White L
\\ I 1.1 ;5 atK..n'' 5 1 1 r DillngrSfl 4 S S 1 latlI.tf 4 I 1 1 IZnItnjt i
&lldlr.rf I \ 2212. Secy. of State R. A. Gray and 31021ktS.t,34, 31112Lmni. 1, contributions of 25 cents per tick- Rtoff P.r!.1 T in lonl....; Cehrain. 4 la I:
.rt".rf Iaubrke 1 .;.1"I 1 ;1 Cot Willis E. Teale U. S. Army . 3 II I 11t1UJhr$ .. 1. 1 f 5 District EngineerFavorites. H<....1t 4I0SOnidrni,34533( : et for NIAA Olympia participation. ball: Dirker Wirniinx pitcher: Treat ....1114 ,
_. .. ......... Pl'''''''': r........ laipires' Pauarella. 1ooota
"aa n-fr ;3 5 S 1 "BIII i. S I S : 2 1 1 1 I-II! 4 I 2 ;1 3 Half Shell"
I.......... ;1. 5 2lIwt..D tj ludIeb.I" a 1 1 U tUt.r.rf I I S I I |'an4 Sue. Tine 1 >I. Anendanre 37.te.. i'Open Title Play ; '
2 Iuuasm. flisehrk.5.. 4510.I.05WLt. ;35053
, ., 1 : : I : LatI.t i. 1 3 FInIIIt..l :3 0 I U I j A coin, mechanism has been devised ; I
Take :21113: 'Baseball's Big SixI I first half winner will
-----1 ----- Z:44n1.p 2..0I2ILooo.t to control the radio in guestrooms I Eelbeck OYSTER
1,5' Totals XH 1 Milt Total: 32S72T: ."'rkIto 1..1.1MrnimeSp I I meet the Jaycees second half
in hotels. The Ataeeiata Prata
8cnn b? inungsPa : 0 5 S S tIIbCoI. I
;atka ____ ____ *1* 004-5 ._.. 150 III I (THllEE LEAGEOS IN CACtI UAluJi t titusts, in a best-two-of-three
St. AIDa __ ....___ e.. eM 4Vx-tErrors t -----1.11 ----- 1 i Player and Clak. 6 AS II H Pet 'playoff for the Class B softball HOUSE
: DaMoa 2. Labda. Suns batted laPanllrk : TtKaJa SS : 14 IS Taa! II' + !7 17 ward lhnr BOB mn.: Cordon LramiJudiUck. W.lkfr FMniei __ 12* 4'!7 IJ IH .334nilliimi
StW..... S. Labda t. Knatia 2. TV400 o- CrownS a.Filed not tor Zxldak in 7th.a stolen It_' "teo,,*.... LOOM plan. Red Sox 4" 1-4 114 ,31; championship of Exposition Park.
hits & Daytona L.flan Xa : I )I'd>eiI. Indiana. U 3111 4* 113 3:*
: Lalxia. Stnlra baaes: DeWea'km. -Strurt! mtt tv Muncrief ia 9th. Hitrhrerk. "uphm and JtKfefeh. aM The opening clash is scheduled
.'<>uea'. Sacrifices: &l1Oi""ln. DOM Son to Inn.tRt .: Lima 9, Cltreland I Ban .... 110II1bri.. I Wright. Whit( Sol tsr :311 4* IM .32:! 360 N. ORANGE
'f h ,_ ,. Rods 11! 34' 33 111 .3'8Reuer for tonight at 8 pjn. on Expositions -
H- plays: Labda t Judj ta Kristie Labda to Louis( 005 000 11-J oak 1. MtmrrirT 1. I. "rtkmt : Tf* Kalan. a
k." nr. Lahda ...&..t..e .''U Lftl OB ba.e.: Palatka ;:. >&. AiwumiiMII [S'i: '1 Sen neJl .rnrft Gordon Fleninf Frazier Boudreav. 1 In I Iniunn. : Munrrirf 3 In 2 mid .pitrhnM RUNS BATTED INNaliaaal Thursday at Exposition's No.1 : T A.M..12PM Days a Week
I. Base on balb: ofl Dngcrs: *. Botonno 3.M. \CH-BiII Farmer IA_. Hi''rnrark. Runs katleii la. tiorrtne tLemon. mrr:ft. Loc,nil ji'rim :Zo!-lak. I npirefH ; Lea,.. Amenta. LnuM ,. I i
. and Jack
I. Bits Todd. first seeded Klner. Ptratei lt3.DMagi4: ; T nk __ S3Elliwt
: off Drifters ia I 1'3 inalnei > a : at a field to be determined later. ;
Here's What ; 1.Kand ran. Bit fc-r pitcher: tor Rornnn won the City Double Tennis Cham- Beans I.rt_. Red Sox __ U The victor of this will OtSTERS AT OCR OYSTER BAR
FHea'''''.-.I.) Pad baiU: PaulM-a. Implies: HOME RUNS I, series I II
lk..h. Imwfr: Tune of cane: 1.5j, pionship here yesterday afternoon. Nttieaal Lealua y Aatarlua. LiifuaMize i 1 then take on Moses Pharmacy, i Try Our Business Men's Special
---- Matched against Ernie Gilberti Richard Diaz Beats FunderburkOut Manll 4tn-lHltaw; B801 XTK for
Check toe-in and Norman Copeland. Farmer 'ner Pirate 4iea.. ladUnt __ 25ManhaO Grand Avenue champs. the I. Served Dally _
I Chicago Negro Kayocs Giania 3IlHeat: Brovna 14 ; Class B championship of the city.
necessary 'and Toad took the first set that

ments. Aussie Ring ChampSYDNEY 'i went 10-8. Gilbert and Copeland To Cop Labor Day FeatureIn I

put on a sprint in the next set to
Inspect. tAPJ Freddie Dawson. win 6-3, but the new champs came a sporting manner, Alfred "Speed" Funderburk, \
Chicago
2 Negro lightweight
repack knocked out Australian Light- back strong and took the next veteran Tampa driver, almost hit the Hand that fed him

bearings. weight Champion Vic Patrick in two 8-6 and 62. yesterday at Seminole Park Speedway, finishing second to
a Farmer won the city singles: -
\ Check front the 12th and final round of their ,. championship last Sunday after; I another Tampan, Richard Diaz in the Casselberry Sweep A' POSITION OF TRUST. '
bout last Patrick ,
3 balance. 135. Dawson night.133>2. weighed : defeating Todd in the finals. stakes 10-mile feature of the Labor Day auto races. :

Funderburk winner or the feature -'9-
The Australian. who floored the
Drive In Got It the Hard race Sunday at Jacksonville, '
\ Chicagoan in the 11 tho was takento Way I five-mile heat runs were Diaz
arrived at the Casselberry track
a hospital for observation after SAN DIEGO Calif. [LAP The too late to qualify in the initial .with a time of 4:27.71: ; Owens.
the knockout. A crowd of San Union's annual
14.000 Diego hole-
t with the fastest time of the
events on the program but was day
saw the bout. in-one golf tournament finally
Firestone Stores produced a winner on what the allowed to enter the final event 4:12: and E. V. Morlock. Macon.Ga. .

I I About 10 million bushel of corn paper estimates was the 20000th by vote of other drivers and own- .. with 4-19
: and almost honors.thai. .
ianzs a' 1ontDY. P 2-311 are estimated to be needed to jiSant shota the several year the affair ers swept top ,1 i Rudy RcKh.Bi.vn. ZeptvCT: ((itta.
the W47! Kfcnais hs-ocwi acreage. has been held AI Hart drooped 4fr\IV aV f K&ta fc. Special ? wan the consolation heat leadI -

-- ------ owed br Bob Fishback 01 i other drivers home in
-- a tee shot three feet from the cup lily six
on the 100-yard downhill test at Tampa took an early lead in i 6tl in the seven-mile event,

ATTENTION CAR OWNERS! Balboa Park Municipal course. :' the feature run and Funderburkwas was never 1 1\\ Bill Lammer. popular St. Pe-

The ball bounced once and in it i headed although { tersburg driver had the fastest
Body, fender and painting work. We make your car like new. a constant threat with hisvs
went. Hart of { qualifying mile lap of 45.57
| was one 535 golfers i seconds -
Painting $35.00 and up. House Trailers painted. Trailer hitches powered -Elght-Bait"
*ho made 1,200 shots in this year'stwodays : but blew a piston and was
welded. All work guaranteed. Estimates free. Herman Owens Charlotte. N. C.
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unable to in his
of trying. ) I compete own car
COAST TO COAST BODY AND PAINT WORKS18th 'II I speedster in his Gilmer Special and wound up at the wheel of a
finished third. with Jimmy Reid
Associate Justice E. B. Chappell t midget in the feature
St. Corner Orange Blossom TrailP. i Atlanta in fourth place in his
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O. Box 1030 Orlando Fla. of the Nebraska Supreme Court is Riley Special
a licensed barber.
Seventeen cars qualified froman 1

entry list of 30. Florida Race- Jm04

ways officials who conducted the but a dog needs
meet said that Sunday's races at

Jacksonville resulted in several good food

WOMEN WRESTLERSTONIGHT8:30 racers being: mechanically unfit to

participate here. .
'The five-event racing card

which marks the return of big-

time racing to Central Florida for

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unmarred by accidents but the WE
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800 speedway fans got their .
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occasions when the flying responsibility that is ours in protecting the important
autos tangled in clouds of dust
on investment these Lincoln have made.
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\ Page 8 Wrlttnhn iHnrning S>fntinrl Tuesday, September 2, 1947 Birth AnnouncementsMr. whether he L\'es or des What only a case for the faithful old
Best Old AgeInsurance old bachelor would not exchangethe j|! wife who clung to him In sickness,
.
and Mrs. Norman E. East-
i finest suite in a hospital a as she had in health and
) Went
wood Jr.. of Denver Cola..
Two Honor ,I We. The WomenWoman for and Mont &efi1t,1a561th2wcrDThcE announcing the birth of a daugh-are ; regiment of trained nurses and down with him to the very gates

i ter. Norma Claire on Aug. 22 at famous doctors to whom he was of death?
'I the Orange Memorial Hospital. -
Recent Bride Writer Mrs. Eastwood win be remem- Is Marriage '

I : ] bered here as the former Florence [ I'I'I

Miss Mary Edge and Mrs. Hayes i Gives I Helen McKinnon. daughter of Mr. DOROTHY DIX '
Davis were joint hostesses at the Opinion and Mrs. D. M. McKinnon. of this A man who has nothing against
I the femine sex as a whole but I
latter's home this weekend honor By KITTY HENRY S\\c e*\' Editor: city.Mr. |! who is allergic to the holy estate Ready For School
guest; at which was Mrs. James Of
R. Southall a recent bride. \| Hughes /CONVINCING EVIDENCE THAT the consistently efficient businesswoman and Mrs. Robert S. McCormick -j I| writes me that he would be per-
the ofa fectly happy and contented if his
With the honoree were included fives up to the same standards of efficiency and punctuality Jr. announce birth
Bf RUTH MILLETT friends would only permit him to
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Davis Mr. and in her club work as in her business carPer Is presented in the case son, Robert Stuart 3d Aug. 25
In defense of the much-criti- at the Orange Memorial Hospital. stay single in peace. But theywon't.
Mrs. Hayes Davis the Mmes. Mit- of Mrs. Marguerite Osenbach a member of the Orlando Easiness and
His friends who are
men
tie L. Hodge. Mamie Edge. D. cized lavish parties he gave for Club. Mrs. McCormick is the former comet -
Professional Women s husbands and fathers are always
Vondelle Gaston. Mr. and Mrs. .
Hales Jackson, Jesse F. Muggins. Army officers during the war Mrs. Osenbach was recently awarded a check and an enthusiastic telling him he should marry and ,lt tingr,
McCOrmick also] have little l'
a I
G. L. Edge the Misses Mary Edee. I
;
Edna and Hazel Hodge Jean years Howard Hughes is reportedto round of applause by the club for ben, the one member whose at- daughter. Carolyn, aged two anda 1 his women friends are continually oon-PrOp Imp octant

Peurifoy Carolyn and Helen hare explained "If I hadn't tendance at club meetings has been 100 per ceni during the entire half years. baiting traps for him with girls Stnoo\PefS tne most'

Hodge and Gayle Jackson; also entertained I'd have been behind 1 year, from August. ' the sort of wife he needs, and he .
J. of \1e ordrobe.t
Air and Mrs. L.
Boyd
James R. Southall and Duglas 1946 throughAugust b
the
,
eight-balL It was to keep wants to know why a man should fort hoo\\ "
Jackson 2305 E. Concord Ave, announce
the customer happy. When some- 1947 : <.,\ the birth of a daughter on Aug marry if he has no inclinationthat o4 t ttatms e (

one sells you a car, <%oe:n't he In response to :25: at the Florida Sanitarium.Mr way, and what are the advantages .
CratulationsM ::, of marriage over bach-
'i
Activities Set !usually buy you a cigar?" "
r s Osenbach $ and Mrs. Howard H. Thomp- elorhood
That's not a very apt comparison modestly said Well of course, marriage isn't

,j( At OAAB Club !! Mr. Hughes. When somebodysells "But one year's son birth 527 Margaret of a son Court Royal, announcethe Edward, compulsory for a man. though it
'
you a car these days
you
if the
record doesn't tea may become so women suc-
Memorial
I in Orange Hospital
usually hand him something, andit.s
ceed their bill for
in getting equal
The schedule of activities at the the whole story. Aug. 24:.
a gift considerably sub-
more rights passed and. in view of the
Orlando Army Air Base Officers' stantial than a cigar. As a matter of ,,,. '
the bachelor
Club is as follow! for this week: fact I haven't Mr. and !Mrs David Edwards of husband shortage, tz f
: As for the necessity of keeping 1 may be looked upon as Public En-
Wednesday Games will bey 1610 Woodward Ave are announc-
the customer happy during war- missed a single ;, emy No 1. So while the unmar-
played at 8 30 pan in the Main ing the arrival of a daughter All sins-
time, it's interesting to learn that meeting since I've a ried man is still free of domestic
Lounge at the Officers' Club. This' Pamela Jean, born Aug. 23 at the
affair is for members of the club there was at least one industry been a member of Orange Memorial Hospital. shackles he had better make the
and their guests.ThursdayThe. that found that necessary.. .,the group.-a per- : R: most of his liberty while he can. from cradle up
Certainly nobody found it nec- iod of two and ; "...,,4fl Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Lunsford. Undoubtedly the advocates of
Bridge Club of
essary to keep the small customer one-half years.' Lake Mann birth single blessedness for men have a.
the Woman's Club will meet at announce the
happy during the war years. He Qsenbach'sbusiness their points not the least of whichis
1'30: p-m in the Main Lounge. Mrs Friday at Orange Memorial Hospital -
was just told words that he enjoys a social status
in so many .
There will be a bi-monthly meet- positionis wN of a seven-pound eight-
that he ought to be happy to be w that the married man does not r
r ounce son. Noel Franklin Luns
; able to make a purchaseThe : secretary in V. r ford. possess He is an object of acute
little fellow was told witha \V Estes' insur'A interest to all who know him. He
PC
1 os : shrug to take it or leave it. But ance and real is the answer to the prayer of
apparently that indifference to estate office. hostesses Women pursue him
the customer didn't extend to c t 0 0 Martin-Sepp flatter and cajole him. He monopolizes We Have Just Received

deals in which big money was ORLAN his own pocketbook and ,
involved. MANY FRIENDS he is automatically protected from

So while the little felow remem- Miss Claire e Nuptials henpecking, nagging, having to A Fall Shipment ofPOLL
of
bers with distaste his role of punch the home time clock on the
customer during the war years, Sauers received Take PlaceThe dot, millinery and dress bills cry-
, the big fellow has more pleasant invitations this r Alf ing babies fighting kids mothers-

'i I memories of being in a position week from her parents Christian Missionary Alliance in-law etc. etcLoneliness.

where he was the fellow who had Mr and Mrs. Church was the scene of Comes PARROTPretested
i to be kept happy. Lawrence J- Sau the marriage of Miss Jeanne Sepp But there is always a fly in the

Anyway, it's interesting to know :ers of Uniontown, MRS MARGUERITE OSENBACH to August Martin of Siginac, N. J., amber and the bachelor's is age.
that there were exceptions-and There comes a time when he
AUfT 21.Nuptial.
Pa., formerly of lauded for punctuality.
such lavish exceptions, too. doesn't want to be a lone wolf
1 Orlando for their William I music was furnished by
daughter's marriage to John McHugh on
s That much at least has come of roaming around in search of companionship -
Sept. 13 at the Saint Johns Church of Umontown. The Sauers resided Archie Powell of West Palm He wants to be long durable shoes
Senate investigation. wearing extra
I the current some-
I MUSIC'-Ye, must: tongh* :crxi:: everyweek '; Beach vocalist ,
I here for over two years before returning to Umontown this Summer body's pet, to belong somewhereand
I day even at Ortando The bride's
popukrFort
ng of white
gown was
\ Get:in Cocktail Lounge sty W and during that time Miss Sauers was an employee of the satin with a full skirt ending in to someone. He doesn wantto for Boys and Girls featuring a 10 way builtinfit
: American Fire and Co. dance the rumbha He wants to
Casualty
\ 1 ti' desert at rre cansote: piano from Sewing Group a train. Her veil was of imported
0 spend his by his for shoe comfort.
eight; f ii closing. I o bridal illusion. evenings own proper
a S AUTUMN GROWS near vacationers find it pleasant to return l.IisIiIartha Howard of Miami fireside resting his feet. He
TAVERN Rousdt end Fed Mcrmb i Holds Meeting t\ doesn't want to have to be bril-
hnd t+'e ber wl! mix your favcnte home again, and among those who will be back in Orlando this maid of honor was attried in a liant and entertaining. He wants

i from neon till nudrns P t. M.SS RcssCnsp ;e I Sewing Circle of the American week will be Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Moody. who are returning Wednesdayfrom dress of blue. The bridesmaid Miss someone to whom he can say."Don.t ,
to grEet you' Legion Auxiliary Unit 19 met Highlands, N. C. where they spent an enjoyable six weeks at Doris Christensen, was attiredin you remember?" Bring your children in to insure properly

I Thursday with Mrs. Victor Hutch- the Highlands Country Club Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. Leu ate vaca- a yellow gown and the flower It is in age that a man collectshis fitted shoes by trained experts. We also
DINING ROOM Pepufcr eating spot I ins at her home en N. Hyer St. tioning In the North and recently enjoyed the sights at Poland girl little Judy Miller chose a dividends on mamaze It is
:sdioxTrg the tours serves drmer: Co-hostesses with Mrs. Hutchinswere dress of rose. when handle a full line of Pediatric shoes designed -
i I Springs, Me. Mr. and Mrs George Carter and daughters. Anne a man reaches the time
from 530 Ml 9. Mrs. C D. Dudeyreceptrnist the Mmes. Dorothy Board-I and Nelle have returned from a delightful Summer spent in Colo- Best man for Mr. Martin was when he is tired of himself that h" to correct any foot weakness.
John
bass you vre'-ccrre. Helen and Elmer Fitzstevens of Miami. dies
man Carey a spiritual death of boredom
rado, where the girls attended the Summer session at the Universityof Following the
ceremony a reception -
Jones. unless he live
his
can life
It's o date-See you" ten+gh+ Colorado Mrs. Kenneth Beers and Mr. and Mrs Howard Schrop was held in the Young over
Those present were the Mmes. again in his children. He has
New Cocktail have returned from a six-week trip to Chicago and points in Michiganand People's Building of the church. shot his bolt. He has achieved all
Lucie Indiana Home from a three-month vacation spent at their The couple plan to complete he is ever going: to achieve but
LOUNGE W. S. Lee Jessie G. Smith H. cottage on the St. Lawrence River at Clayton. N. y. are Mr and their education at the Missionary in his; children he expects to real-

Serving Noon Till Midnight l HickeY H. E. Crossley, Lily Mae Mrs. O P. Phillips. They report that the St. Lawrence's water level Training Institute in Nyack, N. Y. ize his ambitions. If you have

Wrermick. Elida, Slavik. Frank was the highest in 70 years this Summer, and that many cottages e\er listened to a father boast Irwin's Shoes .
FORT GATLIN : Bumby. Louis W. Felter E. W. were flooded and docks underwater. I STRANGE"; FOODS about his son's record at college
,Mathews Frances Audette F. S.Bailentine C) 0 0 Among the delicacies served at or had him show you the picture
j Marie M. Taylor Mil- the czar's dinner table in old Rus- of his pretty young daughter,
RS. B. L. BLAIR and Mrs. A. L. have you
Snyder their weekend
as
<..HOTEL ',dred Mead Smith and Misses LeI f P *I sia were herring cheeks salmon will know that he has defense FITTED/ BY EXPERTS
guests their nephew and niece. Mr. and Mrs D. D. Clark of lips calves'
II j, nora Conroy. Lucille Daigle and : ears, pigeons' tongues, against the barrenness of age that
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Ollie Stevens.. I Jacksonville Miss May Blair a teacher in the Turkey Creek High i I and bulls' eyes. the bachelor lacks. -.
I F1I1 I School of Plant City, spent the weekend hers at the home of her I And under Heaven is there any DOUBLE CHECKED BY SCIENTIFIC X-RAY

lq -:,. ; mother. Mrs. B. L. Blair, on E. Livingston Here for a visit with I Testing soil to find out what is more pathetic figure than the sick
; iir ing of the Ali Reserve Assn. at
Mr. and Mrs. Carter Whitmire' and Herbert Whitmire is Paul G. ;! needed and how much is needed old bachelor. with no tender hand; 201 S. ORANGE AVE.
8:15: p.m.Saturday i Barnett of : per acre is the first step in any to minister to him no loving face PHONE 4822
nl I Regular Saturday Jr., Aiken. S. C. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Whitmire. Mr.
plan for soil improvement
to bend
Barnett and Miss Frankie Shill over him nobody to care
I night dance will be a Farmers' enjoyed an outing at Daytona Beach. ,: -
Ball on this night. Costumes are Mrs. Morita Mason Clark a teacher at the Concord Park School, i -

5U Orange Ave.. North I' required. A buffet supper will pre- has received her Masters Degree from Florida State University Talla ,

cede the ball. hassee. / s r -a __ _.._.=:=_ir -
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At OAAB Club' -' Be FetedT0111orrolV I : .'. '*,y' Celebrate : Theme Used!

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been the scene of several out- ,... .: Anniversary For Party'
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standing social events this week, JEAN YOTHERS ___ I :il4 i :> .
the most recent of which is the All members of the YoweH- Mr. and Mrs. James P. Fleming The Alpha Gamma > 1-
cocktail party given Friday night (Cub Editor) Drew-Iiey College Board. the : of Plymouth recently celebrated'their ass and active mom) r-
by the Reserve Officers who are The Fall term at the Iris Daniel models! who participated in the 'I 50th wedding anniversary at tamed last week with, In
here on temporary duty for offI- Engel Studio will be officially recent demoiselle; Back to College the bone of their son and dau h- buffet upper at h" 5.
cers of the OAAB and their wives.A opened today at 8 p.m. with piano y Fashion: Show and their ...... ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs Howard W. L. Hart 1021 I.- r..
stag dinner was held after the recitals by three young artists dates have been invited to attenda Y.t".,;;. Fleming on Pershing Ave. honoring a group of m
cocktails in the Main Lounge. with These include Anna Rose Costan- 't .u .r combination swimming party ': enter colleges true; v'".
tino, Ann Lambert, and Charlotte r. The couple were married 50
70 guests present. and dinner at the Dubsdread Decorationfeai; s? i-
the home of Mrs.
Judge Relatives and friends of : years azo at r
On Wednesday afternoon Miss Country Club tomorrow. waiian theme. with r' ld
Lt. Samuel P.
Peggy Walton, daughter of Brig. performers are invited as well as Fleming faher foliage used. As the rd
Members of the college board Kenney. in A:"ens Ga. Lt Kenney
students and parents of studentsof 1
Gen. Leo Walton gave a lunch- they wer presents:( ;, Ln
the studio. and the models include the fol- '--:> ',. served in the Confederate Cavalry
4' .
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eon there honoring Miss Jo Anne 000 : 1 lowing' the Misses Dorothy Teg- They have four children. Mrs. E. authentic Hawaiian! as: :
Millard, daughter of Col. and Mrs. Mrs. Josephine Stuckie will uiI ? der Lee Hut tig. Betty Kennedy, MR., MRS J. P. FLEMING: F. Deland of Washington. D. c., used and enterta:r-: '.. )-
W. W.
Millard of Osceola Court Tided by the active; 10
% Ann Masek Beverly Burcham Mrs. C. J. Joiner of Plymouth,
teach the class. Make Your Life married 50 years. ,
Winter
m Park, Hawaiian 1 l i.
who is visiting r sang sore: >
Worth While today at 10 a.m. at Tn.Ji Jones Jo Ann Cloud. Mary ._----,--- Howard S. Fleming of this city
her parents and her sister Miss Jane Peter, Elsie Mae McCoy party joined in the c;;
Darlene, Millard the I nity Church. I ?. Wash-ington. and .
before going to sorority college '
000 Harriet Sipple Betty Abbot i I II
New York to pursue an acting Oman's Auxiliary of the : Smith. Peggy Gatewood, Betty Alumnae Plan They have 10 grandchildren and Rushees intiua es
career. Orange County Pharmaceutical : jY. Phillips: Sally McDowall Martha I j six great grandchildren. Nancy Day, Jo,Ann H"- "-
Guests were: the Mmes. Cort- 4ssn. hoe! postponed its meeting Helen King. Eleanor Compton I :.bara Rinker K.t' x,
landt Johnson W. W. MiUard G. from today until Tuesday. Sept 9. a Barbara Jean Morgan Jacque- Dance FridayFor Sch&ol Janice Wells, Mar::,\.* W,
:'tl ilk obilUfJ"
A. Pedersen Russell L. Smith, at the home of Mrs. E. B. Moses line LCW.S: Lois Ann Stevens. j r- Helen Martin Sox-.' rr.
William P. Wood Leigh Wade The meeting was changed due I Frances Bethea Annette Peter, NursesMembers 'Opens Fall Term Sept. S Joan Pickereil, R 13'.
Robert W. Doenges, David P. Mc- to Labor Day vacations. Dorothy Crumley Joyce Ammer- Mary Land of Apop-. ia
Udlan. Wiliam V. Strait Robert 000 man Bess Bettes Barbara Coith \ Next week sees the re-opening Wolfe Ann Le o.T
Rollison; and the Misses Darlene Orlando Grandmothers Club will Jolie Wheeler Colleen Kenney, of the Orange Memorial of the Miller-Robinson kinder- : Hatessesforthe: t- hI'
Millard and Jan Rollison. enjoy a picnic supper today at 6:45 Laura Bass, Betty Dot Galbraith. Hospital Nurses Alumnae 1 gait en for its 19th consecutive ,Mmes. Edmund H Al I I.
Another event at the popular p.m. at the Shuffleboard Clubhouse Mary Haley. Betty Shirley Virginia have chosen Friday night as the j i sea.01This popular school, well- Allen Paul L. Dix.. It.
gathering spot was the cocktail in Sunshine- Park Grandfathers Cheney. Ann Browning. date for their annual dance in I;known" for its excellent teaching He::tan Wh.ttaker W T he
and dinner party given by Brig. will be guests at this time Elizabeth Winn, Mary Bnnkman honor of the current graduatingclass [staff and attractive garden setting Misses Nell O'Dell B :1bralth. : -
"at 319 N. Mam St.. will be a Margaret Ph. .
Gen. and Mrs. Homer L. Sanders Members are reminded to brine: CannHeBatten and Daphne Con- open ; e s
before the regular dance last Sat- I I their garments for the Needlework nelly. of nurses. The# faur will beheld week, from tomorrow, Sept. 8. McCall, Martha Brok.. .': 1.1
urady night. .! Guild Swimming in the Dubsdread at the Orlando Country Club Although the limited enrollment and Janet Rogers ol A<) idarrav
Guests included: Brig. Gen. Leo 000 MRS WALTER B. SHEPPARD pool is planned from 3 to 6 pm, from 9 until 1 o'clock. has already been reached. parents,Martha Burdine of r,... "
A. Walton Col. and Mrs. Leigh Tranist Auxiliary will meet todayat her marriage told and dinner will be served at 6:30 Ralph Bohlen and his orchestrawill may add their children names: -- -- -
Wade, Cot and Mrs. Wallis Mil- 8 pm with Mrs. H. V. Chapman .... pjn. to the waiting list. ;i of playground PC; is
lard, Col. and Mrs. Cortlandt S. 1000 29th St. furnish: music for dancing. Each year the young puoi- celebrate provided for the yu' ..
Slarik, Frank Bumby. Louis W.
Johnson Capt. and Mrs. Leon G. 000 i iFelter : Sheppard In the last 10 months of 1946- Admission i,: by guest card or various calendar events with Heading the school.. is4znes
Mellenger, Capt. and Mrs. RussellL. Oman's Auxiliary, Local 1163. .'E. W Mathews Frances 47 $160000 worth of show doss invitation only. and cards may be .cleverly executed pageants and : Miller and Miss Beau r:-e
Smith Cot and Mrs T. J. Den- : National Federation of Post Office I Audette, F. S. Ballentine. Marie I left Britain more than half of obtamed from Miss Jennie Line- plays and frequently they are held Rooinson both of whom fca\'e recently -
ton, Col. Waverly Jackson and Clerks will meet today with Mrs. !M. Taylor, Mildred Mead Smith Reiners them to American breeders: and ber er, general chairman for the in the spacious garden in front of returned from their bummer -
Lt. Col William A. Capers. I exhibitors. event. the schooL. A varied and attractive' vacations the North.
R. L CIa udy. 107 N. Hillside st. and the Misses Lenora Conroy, _.. in .
Mrs. Lester Talley will be co-hos- and Ollie Stevens i HeldThe _'1nr'&_ _.-.... ----_ .,-- .....,. -- -- --'"
NO PATENTS tess I Nuptials -<- --- ---- '- ----
Benjamin Franklin never asked 000 so'I I
for, nor received, a patent for any Anna Curtis Progressive Club of The Ladies Auxiliary No 638 of I'' marriage of Miss Betty 37 WESTCHURCH
of his inventions or discoveries, the First Methodist Church will the National Association of Letter Reiners, daughter of H. H. Reinersof
although he is ranked as the hold a luncheon today in the Orlando and the late Mrs. II11TTjji ST. ;
Carriers, will hold its regular j I
greatest inventive genius of his church dining room Electionof Edna M. Reiners of Apopka, to
age. officers will be featured meeting today at 7:30 p.m. at the I Walter B. Sheppard son of Mrs. ORLANDO.FIO'RIDA
000 home of Mrs. Arthur Melrose, 1218 Lillian Sheppard and the late Mr. .
Nokomis Council No %3. Degreeof Edwards Ave. Orders for the associations W. B. Sheppard. was solemnizedthis t .
A
TOYLAND705N. Pocahontas. will meet today at Christmas cards will be month at the home of the
8 pin: in the Fraternal Bldg. taken at this meeting. bride's father.Dr. .
000 000 S. L. McCarty officiated in 11 a
Orange the presence of relatives and a a -.1.1t
Sewing Circle of the American Lucerne Rebekah Lodge No 36
Are.w1i0RS Legion Auxiliary Unit: No. 19 met will have its regular meeting few close friends. Palms and flowers -
BCC1STRICrTRAMaEs during the weekend with Mrs. Vic- Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Frater- decorated the home for the
S tor Hutchins at her home on N. nal HalL All Rebekahs are urged I occasion.
CRRonus Hjer St. Co-hostesses with to be present. The bride wore a white suit with
Mrs. Hutchins were the Mmes. I aqua blouse and gloves. and an OWBETTERV !
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TRfi swuics Dorothy Boardman. Helen Carey, \LL FOR BEAUTYSix orchid corsage. She was attendedby
and Elmer Jones. Those attendingwere varieties of cosmetics are Miss Mary Land and Miss Jane
Mn.e.410S the Mmes A. A Blanca, used by the average woman: lip Hall, both of Apopka. They wore
stor Vernon Slough, Lucille Daigle, T. stick, rouge, face powder, eyebrow light rose colored dresses and cor-
roe R Hollmgsworth W S Lee, Jessie pencil, cold cream, and mascara. sages of white gladioli ..tr
uUE1 TRAU G. Smith. H. Hickey, H. E. Cross- The average is three applications Leon Sheppard acted as best
ley Lily Mae Wrennick Elida '''a day. i iI' man for his brother.
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Mrs Viola Kerr and Mrs. H. H.
'Re'ners! assisted at the reception
.which followed the wedding.
The couple are on a four-weeks
wedding trip to New Orleans and
'a ; New York after which they will
% 'reside in Gainesville where both
will attend the University of flor-
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most populated area'in the Middle >
a East. The Holy Land has 142 per-
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44 for the United States 190
Discount for Europe and 500 for the United '
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PoliceBRIDGEPORT
Sought by

Conn.. TAP] I 'SET PALESTINE AND THE EAST ON FIRE' ,, : BUDAPEST Hungary (UP! Official 'certainly not more than 20,000

-Bridgeport police last night I r:4 it and final results of Sunday's and any offenders that rotildbecaught
were asked to locate Mrs. Harriet '! Cycle Rodeo parliamentary election showed last would be punished.t: :
!Arabs Deplore UN Actionformer 1 night as expected, that the Com- |
# LaForest Moon 33, of Philadelphia t munists had made themselves the The Communists were given

missing with her three-year- i RIVERSIDE Calif. fAPl} The dominant party in Hungary. credit for 1,082,597 votes in yes
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old daughter since 3 p.m. Thurs! JERUSALEM [AP) The Arab minority proposals of the United inquiry commissions ,. t frolicking of motorcyclists day when she checked out of the Riverside.
Higher Committee of Palestine Nations special committee on against- the rights of the Arabs practically took over watching squads of Communist 145 election they received
Stratfield Hotel without
seeing weekend, led indirectly -
ss this Labor Day I
Plestine would "set Palestine and in Palestine. repeaters vote again and again 765.000.
her husband who had arranged to said last night that any attempt the Arab East on fire." It termed the partition proposal to one death and directly had called the election "the ; They won 17 per cent of par :
meet her here. to carry out either the majority or The announcement was made contrary to Arab aspirations the to half a dozen accidents and greatest vote fraud ever per- I j liamentary seats in 1915; this
after a meeting in Cairb of Haj United Nations Charter and "all scores of arrests, police said yes petrated. That opinion was time they won 18 per cent 1
Amin El Husseini, exiled Mufti of principles of rights and justice." terday. shared by at least four cabinet The gimmick was that the :
Pay by check for SAFETY Jerusalem: Jamal El Husseini. While the 11-nation UNSCOP Police estimated 6.000 motorcy- members who hitherto had gone Smallholders party which won 57 ,'
deputy chairman of the Arab committee unanimously recommended that clists were in town for the 50 and along with the Communists. i per cent of the seats in the Jut ;

Yon do not have to keep sums of cashon and other members.It the 25-year-old British mandatebe 100-mile national championshipraces The four ministers members of election. got only 12.8 per cent
ended a majority of seven of the American MotorcycleAssoc. this time. The Communists accomplished -
told
said the "Arab nation in the Social Democrat party
hand with the consequent danger of Palestine and sister countries" urged partition of the Holy Land their party they were resigning this by allowing six
having it lost stolen misplaced. would act decisively to "repulsethe into Jewish and Arab nations the Police said It was not the racers because the election wag too much new parties to run candidates in
or catastrophe which Zionist internationalization of Jerusalem but the race followers who caused for them to stomach. But Premier opposition.
and admission of 150,000 Jews into trouble had not
and imperialistic ambitions are Lajos Dinnyes said he
NATIONAL attempting to inflict on a sacred the Jewish territory during a twp- The riders roared about the received their resignations. SALMON: PLENTIFUL
.TIT1ZEN8 BANK Arab nation." year transition period. A throe- downtown streets at breakneck A government spokesman said SEATTLE (IUP) A nearrecordtotal
member advocated fed- said there was
minority a Police
or ORLANDO I "The committee is completely speeds. last night that the election was of 1,275,212 cases of canned
and ad- and
eral Arab-Jewish State considerable drinking a
Member Federal Reserve System Member F. )J.C. convinced,'' the statement con- misssion of Jews to the "ab- z jailed on "on the whole clean and honest. salmon valued at $29.329.876 was
up dozen were
tinued, "that the sacred country, persons He did not deny that there hasbeen delivered here recently from the
E. Robinson at Court St. Dial 7141 sorptive capacity" of the Jewish charges of drunkenness, fighting -
maintained by a determined peo- multiple voting, but said the famed fishing and canning
during a transition period up e to
area refusal disperse.
ple and watched over by 70 million or cases were "comparatively! few" grounds of Bristol Bay, Alaska.
to three years. About 100 were taken to police'headquarters
-- 1 Arabs and 400 million Moslems Mrs. Golda Myerson, political '+ then released. Average price paid per case for
1 will not be affected by unjust decisions chief of the Jewish agency executive ss Gloria Bigness 18, of Riverside trig driven by William Gately, 20.' the 1947 seasonal output was $33
whatever the
source and here said today that any died of injuries suffered when the of Riverside collided) with an -above normal canned salmon .
whatever force is applied to '
them out." carry Jewish State in the Holy Land motorcycle on which she was rid-'auto. brokers said.
should include modern Jewish
The committee demanded an
areas of Jerusalem.
end of the British mandate over
1 >p5 Palestine stoppage of all Jewish "Jerusalem and Palestine are y
I a ,
I immigration, and the establish- practically synonymous she
said. "Jews and non-Jews have
--- --- ment of an independent Arab
Palestine." always thought of them 45 one."

The statement said the com- Mrs. Myerson agreed that the
mittee had boycotted UNSCOP old walled city of Jerusalem with i
because it suspected bad inten- its many Christian. Moslem and a
tions on the party of a majoritybut Jewish Holy places. should be internationalized -
iiJI'f' that it was astonished at the ;; as should other w
majority recommendations "which Holy sites throughout Palestine. I| pTWO
exceed all limits of aggression by She said the Jews wanted westj j I -
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size-Any Mrs. Myereon: said the minority would insist on including Jaffa in such as two giant speakers W (I W i; II a g .I U@ W a full
I II I depthforfor I report "proposes an Arab a Jewish state." That city near- each with separate volume and

II I Home. Groveor state, with certain guaranteesfor ly all Arab, would go to the Jew- ,. tone control and for greater

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E. COUNTS DRINKS Social Tuesday, September 2, 1947 r 5 MENTOR. Ohio IUP1 The Lake 1 Workers'i I J Winter Park News ; Operator
[Industries Inc- has recently developed -
w:be! a new type of liquid dispenser Exams I. HOLLYWOOD WITH LOUELLA O. PARSONS I Exams Are SlatedAn
automatically measures -
which
Prospective applicants for merit I If MARGARET GREENE examination for telephone
and counts the drinks poured Te'ephon;: Winter Park 233--r system examinations to be held I operator positions in Washington
:nn I from a bottle. I WINTER PARK-Mayor B. R. i I; Hampshire and Maine.Dr. .
yesem- by the Florida Merit System Coun- Gene Autry Deserts Westerns Coleman has returned from Mt. !i and Mrs. J. W. Hickman and and nearby Virginia and Maryland

% cil for 10 classes of social work Pisgah N. C., and will preside at I son Jimmie. have returned from at basic annual salaries of $1,934
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en"ed positions with the State Welfare the commission meeting this eve Miami where. they spent the 'and $2,168 was announced by the
By LOUELLA O PARSONS sor was coming there to auto O'Malley girls. Sheila and Kathleen weekend with. Dr. Hickman's
Board and the 12 district welfare Civil Service Commission
:iarthis- HOLLYWOOD 0 I d every-I graph books of Forever Amber gave a bridal shower for ning.Workmen began tearing up the brother. yester-
boards must file applications not thing! Here's a flash that oughtto I suppose to help the movie, June who is busy buying her west side of Park Ave. yesterday CoL and Mrs. E. Fred Ward ,:, day.Information and application
0 later than Sept. 5. knock you off your pins! Gene trousseau. preparatory to laying a storm have returned from a six weeks'
Then I started checking and forms, which must be received i in
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then Applications must be filed with Autry is deserting his trusty six- that Kathleen and Artie Shaw Barry Sullivan and his wife, sewer, thus stopping curb-to-curo trip into Vermont and other partsof I the commission's Washington office
, 57 the Merit System Office. P. O. shooters and leather chaps for back Mary Brown, will do a comedyfor flooding which often follows heavy New England.
are together and trying not later than Sept. 23, iru-:
lastcent I Box 1136. Tallahassee. Applica- satin pants and a jeweled rapier George Abbott on Broadwaythis downpours. Mrs. Lula DeNoyelles returnedto be
to work oat their obtained at the Orlando Pest
marriage.
tion blanks and further informa- Gene just told me his surprising They have consulted psychiatrist Fall. They were together 10 Work is scheduled to start this her home on Lawrence Ave. Office.
tion may be obtained at the same plans for late next year, and a years ago in Brother Rat. month on the installation of park yesterday after an emergency appendectomy
to if can't
ac'sind address, Mrs. Elizabeth Fawsett I must say it's the damdest newsI their see lives.I they. readjust Susan Peters has been presented ing meters. at the Florida Sani- .

of Dist. No. 12 Welfare Board, said ever expectedto with the wardrobe Jean Louis The Lions Club will not have a tarium.
yesterday. hear from' ", heard also that Miss Winsoris designed for her for Sign of the speaker this Wednesday at its Miss Audrey Condict. who graduated
him. When he I' writing another book-a mod Ram. Susan was so crazy about regular weekly supper-meeting but from Winter Park High Let us check your:
has finished the z ern btory the clothes, which she wore In will discuss three projects which School in June. will enter Ste- Insurance needs. W.

Disgusted Bandit! last of the ei0'htj >J!::..-... When T a m a r a Toumanova her wheel chair. they are considering to raise phens College, Columbia, Mo, at wont try to sell! yon
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I CIIVTTANOOG.Tenn.' TAP] musical Westerns came back from Pans everyone Miller money for their work with the the opening of the Fall term the an)thing you don't needor
Wendy who was so
nned A bandit peeked into the almost he is toj I' >aid there would be an announce blind and other humanitarian activities middle of this month. want. Veil eip'ain pos
good in is in New
... Pygmalion
was Have Your AutoSTEAMGREASED I: emptiy rash drawer of a food make for Colum- .... '... ment that site and Casey Robin York rehearsing for a stage sible protec'ion! YOU make
the I market here Sunday night and bia he' now /'" son would call a halt to their The Chamber of Commerce resumes the dec- !'m.HAlL .
The
play Heiress. Her plans
ning ''I left in disgust after telling a working on v marriage. But Tamara who is its full-time schedule today RADIO SERVICEHOME
do not include a trip to Hollywood.
uska. Motor and chassis I clerkif' that's all you've got third called thefB"i .- very wise, realized that any trouble with the return of Secy H. W.
for steam' cleaned' and 7 JU It\ you need it worse than I do." Little o was partly her own fault for Caldwell from vacation. : MOTOROLA ALTO B OIIOAEMY D A [

$23 lubricated completemon Town- Gene Is ? Ta\ing in Paris so many months, Joan Castle. the actress whose There are only 15 reservationsleft Expert guaranteed record- changer Pickup and service Delivery work
I I ---- -- going to star in ">"* Parsons and J think she's right At any dates included Jimmy Stewart for the Thursday evening buf- GENERALINSURANcEIn
AUTO SUN VISORS LOWER 'II It9 a.u.ht Sir Walter rate, now they are more in love George Sanders. Howard Duff fet-supper at the Chamber of Economy Auto Supply Store .
- COST \ .n Time W. Scott blood and thunder novel rhan eeiCatcv and other Hollywood leading men, Commerce: those wishing to make 13S S Orange Ave. Phone (443 I H OUNCE AVf. rtfOME 5189 I
19.95 {LOANS iinanurv Quentin Durward. ', next picture, Rain Before will meet them on their own Wolf- reservations call the Chamber of
CLINTON SPRAY WAXING That the story you remem- Seven, d thrilling mystery ing Ground. She arrives here Commerce. 103.
10.00 AW CAR ber, of the dashing Scottish jam which stars Henry Fonda, this month for a vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Watts
.. Lasts Three Times Longer Installment tsar guardsman in the service of Louis will also! have Vincent Price, Vin- Joan Crawford has a nick on have returned from a motor trip CHRYSLER PLYMOUTHWRECK

Ed Mayo's 0..t. nth Flow b XI of France which deals with the bridge of her pretty nose to Roanoke Va.
the exciting siege of Liege in 1470 caused by the lid of a makeupkit Mr. and Mrs. Don Vincent and
101 N. Slain St. Ph. 978 FIRST NATIONAL BANK The book is in public domain, and falling on her while she was daughter Donna; Mr and Mrs. = o
MmUr Ftferil Dtpotlt IH..T.HC. cORMOND :.-.._ Gene is assigning writers to start .' r 53.6t pui-m" on some powder. Waller Hunt and daughter. Susan OR NICK s *
r preparing the script. Arthur Murray has selectedhis : were members of a beach party
own wife. Katherine, as his over the weekend.Mrs. Large or small oar competent
1 Oh yes, kids Champ will be dancing partner in Jiggs and Eugene Vaccaro and two paint and body shop offer you \: .
in it, never' fear. All dressed' up :Maggie in Society. sons have returned from the like new finish at reasonable

A. McABEE"YOUR I like his master. too.I Now I've heard everything. beach where they spent the .monthof rates A

thought when I was told that Spike Jones has cow bells on hid August.
Mrs. Ruth Witherell expects to A. P. CLARK MOTORS Inc.
Deanna Durbin was going to makea new car instead of a horn. How ,
TRAVEL return Friday from Chimney
AGENT"AIR
picture called White House Girl noisy can you gets
Rock.. N. C., here. she host-
was PHONE 2-071S
and that it was about a singer. 839 N ORANGE:
ess through the Summer at The
I surmised maybe it was probablythe
Pine Castle News
BUS AND STEAMSHIP story of Margaret Truman, Cliff Driers Inn.
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) -"i 10 P4-"" 'ig c;.-r: ,fl! Mrs. M.\ L. Secrest has returned
but I was wrong Deanna playsa
PINE CASTLE-Teachers in the from Mexico where' she spent the
TICKETS ALL OVER THE WORLD '. White switchboard House who operator has a gorgeoussinging at the ltd Pine Castle school this year will Summer and heard Miss Josephine
be Miss Kathleen Walmsley. principal Argentine formerly of Winter ( [?
I voice, and its really a A.W1.r
hilarious ; first grade Mrs. Maud Hot f- Park, who made a phenomonally
comedy.An
30 E. Pine St. Phone 5301 I ProducerWriterKarl nee and Mrs. Tryon, second grade, successful debut at the Palacip
Tunberg.original by it will be directed f Mrs. Rasmussen of Winter Park de Bellas Artes OFF E, RID Al
and Miss Green; third grade. Mrs.E Word has been received here of
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folows
William Seller and it
) by .-<=ue Johns and Mrs. Hillies the birth of a daughter, Pamela, D
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\ Central Park. All Deanna 's/u LJ lJ
Up in
( fourth grade Mrs Marasales; fifth Friday, to Dr. and Mrs Russell; =r s
I need do is be just as good as she in
.r Yl rade.. Mrs Wier; fifth grade. Mrs. Ramsey Philadelphia. Dr Ram-
) mrttUl'ceffleelArmed was in Something in the WindThat's Bohlen: sixth grade Mrs. Dallas sey is expected to return to his office -
the best picture in years. KATHLEEN WINDSOR Winter Park, seventh grade. Mr. early this week, but Mrs. Exterminators of Termites and Pests

Forces Leave Bonds Robert Aida who started' so marital troubles. Brown; eighth and ninth gradesI Ramsey, Peter, Cynthia and
auspiciously in Rhapsody in I junior high!1. Miss Gordon Miss Pamela are expected home the $30
Cashed for resgistered owners Blue and then sort of faded cent has'agieed to play the cynic. Humble and Walter Reed. latter part of the month
only. Bring original separation from ,'if'w.' I is being brought Longfellow Fish. after he finishesUp Clashes- will start at 8:30: and Mr. and Mrs. Cal Grainger have 224 S. Main St. Tel. 9532
papers for identification.THE > back by Warners for one of in Central Park. close at 3 pm Mrs. Jack Carter moved to Jacksonville where he
f the leads in April Showers with How the years fly! Young June will, drive a school bus this year. has accepted a position.
Ann Sothern and Jack Carson. Lockhart. Gene's daughter, leaves Mrs. Muriel Cording will be Arthur Schultz has gone to Bal-
FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT ORLANDO next week to make her Broad- lunch room supervisor this year. timore to spend several weeks Groining In Popularity Every Day. .
Capital and Surplus One Million Dollar This one should be a cakewalkfor way debut in the romantic comedy with Mrs Lucille Hayes and Mrs. while Mrs. Schultz is under treat-
ICZUB a FEDERAL DEPOSIT LN SCRAN. CORPORATION; I Bob because he plays a For Love or Money with Bessie Williams as helpers. Mrs. ment at Johns Hopkins
vaudeville song and dance man. John Loder and she is one exCited Cording attended the county meet- Mrs E. V. Yeuell and two chil- THE LONGWOOD HOTEL
I his old job in pre-Hollvwood days.I Little girl. ing of the lunch room supervisorslast dren have returned from a Sum-
I suppose I say he's faded from Actually! it's only her week in Orlando. mer's stay at their home in Wakefield. Just Off Route 17-92

BEVERAGE DELIVERY SERVICEYour view because he's been making debut because June grownup who- The Women Club will meet Mass,_ with trips into New Midway Between Sanford and Orlando

personal appearances so long, and just finished! T-Man: for Eacle- Wednesday at 10 a.m. in the parish
favorite Soft Drink: or Beer delivered when he hasn't been doing that, Lion, first appeared 'Broadway house to sew articles for the Serving Daily from 5 to 9Dally
direct to your door in case lots. he's been busy developing his on Christmas Bazaar.Mr. TERMITE CONTROL Cool
when she was fight years DELIGHTFUL DINNERS
Coke, Pepsi, RC, etc. $110 per ease delivered. chain of drive-in restaurants in and Mrs. Johnny Gold and H TEARS OF DEPENDBnJTY Luncheons. aDd
Your favorite Beer from $3.50 per case delivered. the valley. eld.Loder leaves this week and he two children of Buffalo. N Y.. arrived CALL. PHONE OR WRITE From Including Smorgasbord Pleasant

PERKLE'S telegram I am greatly Van Johnson interested sent in me a is long very run.hopeful He the and play Hedy will Lamarrare havea niece of Sunday.W. C Meloon.Mrs. Gold is the H. l. COX $1.00 j Priced Reasonably from O '.50 Atmosphere

PHONE 9173 in which he says that althoughthis The Methodist Sunday School
not parting friE'nds-as is the HSU IRMA ST. Dancing Nightly to Retarded Music
GRILL is the first time he has ever old California custom among separated picnic will be held Wednesday at
S been out on a personal appear- couples. the> La Coene Club on Lake Conway -
ance tour but it certainly won't at 5 p,m,
be the last. The Men, Club supper of the
Snapshots of Hollywood col-
He says he thinks more of our Methodist: Church will be held
lected at random
film personalities should go out : Thursday at 6:30: p,m. in the parish
Nancy Valentine and Pat Di-
and how the feels about hou.se BRAND NEW
public
see
cicco a dancing twosome at the
I ABOUT THE PRICE OF MEAT I the movies and the tremendous MacomboTls '

influence wields.the motion picture industry whispered that June Havoc Big Snake KilledA

and Bill Spiers have set March as large rattlesnake- nearly six
Some people traveled 250 milesto
the month of their wedding. feet long with 13 rattles was killed
see Van in Memphis which That is. he has about convinced by Mrs. W. E. Cromwell Jr, of :
pleased him greatly, but also
June she should be' Mrs. Spiers 650 Woodward Ave. yesterday, PLYMOUTH MOTORS
made him realize he said, whata
after he is legally free near her husband's hardware storeon
More/ Meat responsibility all picture folk
When Barbara Lawrence the old Apopka highway near
have to this loyal public.
married John Fontaine, Martha Big Lake Fairview Mrs Cromwell
Crawford caught the bouquet. hopes to have a belt' made out of
Chit Chat When I went to the
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=M" >w :Martha is marrying Bill the hide.
i book department at May's Department Lear Sept. 11, and Barbara will -----
Store a few days ago be matron of honor. Lear was SWORD FISH STABS BOAT
Cominglfore they told me that Kathleen Win- in the Bendix race. GLOUCESTER. Mass. IUP1 $245.00Above

Diana Garrett who has been Fisherman Lauzra Parracheo nar-

Best Trailer seeing David Street might like rowly escaped death or Injury
Shop to know he's just bought an Interest when a sword fish rammed its
m a gold mine near Reno. sword through his small dory and
EXPERT REPAIRING Or may be she wouldn't want toknowp barely missed him. price is for motor and installation

2225 W. Washington old mines often don't
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down total net profits after all expenses, of the I I

meat packing companies have practically no effecton I I 0 CLEANS AS IT POUSHESl Today Your Terminal Leave Bonds become I II

I I negotiable and may be cashed at any Bank.
the price you pay for a pound of meat. I: Installed 24 Hour Does twice the work-In !{I Unless you really need the money. however. the l I,I II ;
half the time! Lin-z Cream i
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As a matter of fact the earnings of the meat Anywhere Service Polish removes dirt grime-- .
while it polishes. Gives rich I You can only cash them oncel!

packing industry for buying livestock processingit lustre that keeps your fine

under refrigeration-a thou- furniture looking ever-ocwl I I I II
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amount to less than 7 cents a week for an average No surface If you DO cash yonr bonds it is ( "I
NATURAL GAS FOR i oily picks-op I suggested that you invest a part of
family of four. dirt dust fingermarks when your money in permanent thingsto
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you help your or professiontthe i il'
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store for 'the best buys in meat. For example FASTER COOKING : I durable furniture efficient
make
files machines and things to
juicy hamburger and tender pot roasts are available SILENT SERVEL REFRIGERATION rour work better and easier.

in many stores at half the price of fancy steaks. ECONOMICAL WATER HEATING

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ENLARGED FACILITIESTo i Mrs. Robert E. Sapp, 500 S. Se-
grave, have announced the engagement -
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ORLANDOTRANSFER wedding will be Friday in the parsonage I AS KKISSIMMEE CELEBRATED Labor Day youth took a full share of holiday pleasures. I II ACTION IN THE ARENA was fast and vivid Above is shown Wilber Mart who took top honors .

& STORAGE CO. I II of Resurrection Lutheran Shown above at the Second Annual Veterans of Foreign Wars Rodeo yesterday are four : I

I TEL 751 Church.The bride-elect is a native of I Kissimmee youngsters, Roddy Thompson, Bobby Eby, Pat Lupfer, and Charles, Eby, get- I with feats in steer decorating such as is illustrated. The rodeo, which began Sunday, was

I I I I Daytona Beach and graduatedfrom ting the most out! of the show. concluded yesterday after drawing a big attendance. to Kissimmee.

Mainland High School in

.FEES 1943 Until recently she was co- Obituaries I Page 12 (Drlanim morning Srttttnrl Tuesday, September 2, 1917 1McConaghv. I
PENCILWith owner with her sister. Mrs. Eliza- Every-!
beth Brassard, of a beauty shop in MRS. AXVBELLE SAGE '
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Purchase of Any DeLand.Mr. NEW SMYRNA BEACH A Birmingham Ala.; Olmstead, he Is survived by one '
School Ring Binder Brassard was born in Manchester JopillaNuptials simple graveside funeral service j N. E. McConashy Mobile. Ala.; I sister Mrs. Emmalme McKenzie Apopkans !! Miss Crow t

O'NEAL BRANCH CO. N. H, where he attended for Mrs. Anna Belle Sage 68 who J three sisters Nancy McConaghy : of Chicago, and one brother L. L. i|

Office Su....".. Cor. Pine a. Court schools. He is the son of Louis I died at 7:45 pm. Saturday at a ;Mrs William Smith, and Mrs. C. Olmstead of Orlando. : !
D. Brassard and Mrs. A. Ashcroft f Held I nursing; home in DeLand was M. McNickle all of New Castle Pallbearers will be Claude R. Home FromVermont To MarryMr. y .
.... -- i 'Pa.. and four grandchildren. Cooper, Louis Christensen Leslie I
\\\\(\ -11// of Manchester. He served four held at 4 p.m. yesterday at the
years in the Army, two years in II I SfX'-,01, to Orlando Morning Sentinel] : Edgewater Cemetery. Funeral services will be held at Kilmore Fred A. Falkner Ezra

\ tie call It... England and the continent, with DAYTONA BEACH-The mar- !, MIS. Sage was born March 1, Lake Mary Community Church at Sawyer and A. H. Swartz. j, Trip Dunn
I a tank destroyer batallion. He'; riage of Mrs. Theresa Ashe Jopilla, 1879 in Brooklyn N. Y., and had 3 p.m. Tuesday with the Rev. R ,
f S came to Florida a year and a half of Massachusetts and here and lived here for the past five years. ;H. McCaslin of Orlando cfficiat- AIRS. 3LR.iR\ T CHERRY I II [S-e: H t"> r':"'-'". Voming' Sent net] 'S-e-I; :I *D OrTJO: Miming'I ; Sentinel]

ago and is In the floor covering Donald Edward Every, son of Mr. I She leaves two brothers, Robert J. 1 ing. The body will be sent to I GROVELAND-Funeral services APOPKA Mrs. Bennett Land i DAYTONA BEACH-

/ business in St. Petersburg. The and :Mrs. Asa B. Every of here I Edmiston 532 Faulkner St. and Ellwood. Pa.. for interment by Er- for Mrs Margaret Ann Cherry, 56. ,and Misses Sunday Kit from and Vermont.Mary Landarrived i I nouncement of the engagementand .
took place Thursday at the bride'shome ickson Funeral Home. I
couple plan to make their home in William J. Edmiston Longwood : '
I Miss Helen went to approaching marriage of Miss :
St. Petersburg. 517 Revilo Blvd. I Fla. I Lakeland, who died Sunday, will Hathaway
Judge E A. Donovan performedthe i, The Rev. R. B Russell I :\11:. CII.\RLES BRANCH be held at 3 p.m. Wednesday at .i Fort Lauderdale to spend the ; Mary Marshall Crow to Philip
I double pastor GROVELAND-Funeral serv- the graveside in Greenwood Cemetery i; weekend as guest of Mrs. Edith 1
ring ceremony. The : of the First Presbyterian Church, i Knox Dunn. son of Mr. and Mrs.
s | bride was given in marriage by ices for Mr Charles Branch 75. Groveland with the Rev. J. Dickinson
officiated at the service. James Blair Dunn 194 Fairview
: 82 Years the bridegroom's father. Mrs I I = who died Monday at his home in A. Bartlett officiating and Kurfiss J. D. Odom, AMM lIe USN. C
Margaret Garrity of New Smyrna r i INFANT-HUMPHREY--: Center Hill will be held at 3 pjn Funeral Home in charge of arrangements -''I spent the weekend here from Jacksonville j Ave.. has been made by her par-
I
'! Beach was matron of honor, and J Thursday at the Mount Zion Baptist I i I Naval Air Station. His ents. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence M.
I 1. Dick Every acted as his brother's EUSTIS-Infant Lucy L. Hum Church Webster with the Mrs. Cherry is survived by a wife and son are at the Odom {I Crow of Nashville. Tenn.
UninterruptedDividends best man. t phrey age 11 months, died Sunday Rev. R. Strickland officiating. son, John A. Harrell Lakeland, home. I|' Miss Crow who has been spend-
A reception followed the cere- after a day's illness Interment will be in Mount Zion two daughters Mrs. Julian Rowe, l'{ Mr. and Mrs. George Baer have ing the past week here visiting
MODEL IP money at the bride's home with I Surviving are her parents. Mr Cemetery with Kurkiss Funeral Groveland, and Miss Hazel Cherry, : returned to Keystone Court after her fiance and family, is a native -

the bridegroom's. mother, Mrs. and Mrs. Pat Humphrey; two sis- Home in charge. Lakeland, a sister. Mrs. Mary I i j a visit at their former home in';i of Nashville. She is graduated
f James Woolsey and Mrs. Sarah ters, Ruth Ellen and Frances Mr. Branch is survived by his Jones. Tampa; two brothers, Os-i I I Washington, PaC :I! from Ward Belmont Stephens

f 97 year old Company; en Daniels assisting the hostesses. Louise all of Eustis, and a grandmother idow, Mrs. Ethel'Leland Branch: car and Bart Ryan Oak Ridge, I A. Hood and Alvin Alcom College and Vanderbilt .
caged in Business absolutely i After a short wedding trip Mrs. Dora Humphrey. two sons Tllldon Branch Miami, Tenn., and one grandchild. have gone to Atlanta this week. I University.
essential In all to American kinds of times.Economy I through the southern part of the Mrs. Dora Humphrey, of Winter and Mitchell Branch Orlando; i I The V. W. Haygoods were at i I I, Mr. Dunn was born here and

Dividend Rate has never State, the couple will be at homeat Garden. two daughters Mrs. Vel Hardesty, : INFANT BURMIVU: Daytona Beach this weekend. graduated from Mainland High
ENGINEERINGand been rrdleed' Yields around 517 Revilo. I Funeral services will be held Leesburg, and Mrs. Sara E Harry 'I Services for the infant son of Mrs. George Anderson Is at WIn- : in 1943. He attended Bowling a
St;. Selling over ZS% under : Tuesday at 4 p.m. at Greenwood Pompano; two brothers, Emmett Mr and Mrs. Harry Burnham will : ter Garden visiting her sister, Mrs. Green Business College before \
i
when Net Valne.Comprehensive .
you'll Asset
i _for this agree and you see it I I Cemetery in Eustis with the Rev. and Willie Hey. and two sisters be held at 10:30: ajn Tuesday at E. D. Roberson ; service as an air cadet. After two i,
oil new burner completely out.performs automatic !i Analysis available MimsHyattTroth M. H. Epperson officiating. Wil- Mrs. Elizabeth Cnbbett. St. Petersburg the graveside in Greenwood. I Mr. and Mrs. W. S [Bull Evans years in the AAP he entered premed =

even its maker's for to Conservative Investors. liam Zeller Funeral Home is in and Mrs. Nettie Jenkins Cemetery, with Eislestein-Wiggin- and twin daughters. Pam and Pat. school at Vanderbilt.
l and expectations and charge of arrangements. Webster. ton Home for Funerals in charge ; returned Sunday from OoreiaI The wedding 11 to be an event
dependability
i economy of it's I i! Told II ;, of arrangements. I M/Sgt. George [JUg] Anderson of December.<
course, a
i MISS ELIZABETH TIIOMVS: I and Mrs. Anderson are announcingthe
MASTER KENNETH R. WRIGIIT
itA Y ; : ALLEN C0.INVESTMENTS DAYTONA BEACH The engagement ,I NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Funeral Services for Master Kenneth For Mr. Charles V. Williams, birth of a daughter Aug. 24. :
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and t \
OIL BURNER approaching marriage services for Miss Elizabeth Robert Wright 13, Zellwood who who died Sunday as the result of Anderson who is with the United i Mr.Bailey'
of :Miss : I '
Macie ,
I Ellen Mims to Jane Thomas, 74, who died at died from a fall will be held at 3 p.m. States! Marines is now stationed in '
Sunday reactionto
rare
INDUSntlAL EQUIPMENT Onis D. Hyatt son of Mr and Mrs a Hawan and the baby was born at i I
11:55 p.m. Saturday at her home Wednesday in Palm Cemetery
a1nIrla uyOK !f E. L. Kendrick !''been' John J announced: Hyatt, Maryville by her, La., has in Edgewater, were held at 2 p.m. rabies the, will Pasteur be held treatment at 8:15 pjn for : Winter Park with the Rev Fay- the Naval Hospital at Pearl Har- \J Miss TippensMarried
Manager parents, : yesterday, at Settle Funeral ette Hall of the College Park bor. J I
.uP..P DMNDN FAXJCMC: IMC AIr and Mrs. Leo Wednesday at Eiselstein-Wiggin-
I C. :Mims, 626 F
511 Metcalf Bids. TeL 2-2772
Church officiating. .
,
Baptist
1620 N. Orange Flu 6750 Mulberry St. Home with the Rev. John S. Arm- ton Home for Funerals. with the
The wedding is to be Sept. 17 at I field vicar of St. Paul's Episcopal Rev. Marshall C. Dendy officiating -I Volusia License Sale AGi
.' St. Mary's 1 j Church, officiating. Interment will be Monday at For Mrs. Hulda M True who died i DAYTONA BEACH The triage
Episcopal Church at Locations i if mar-
: Born 7 in Sunday will be held at 10 a.m. Arranged ,
Aug. 1873 Llanar-
$25.00 PAINT JOB 7:30 pjn Wavnesburg Pa of Mfcl Betty Jane Tip-
chynedd. Wales, British Isles 'Wednesday In the Carey Hand (S1"I I t n Qr: "to Merr-irn Sentinel] L;
Miss j
and
The bride-elect Besides his parents Mr. Ipens, daughter of
Orlando's biggest bargain- No extra charge unless you was born in Perry Chapel with the Rev. Lindsay Mc- Mr. and Mrs. 0
order extra work Other Paint and Body Work at Fla.. and moved here from St. Thomas came to this counrty with Mrs. Kenneth M Wright he is Nair officiating. Interment will be DELAND-New drners licensescan LeRoy Tippens. 712 Rawiings ct.. h
Lowest. Prices Augustine in 1940. She her parents when a small child. survived by his paternal grand-I be purchased beginning tomorrow -' to Ralph Richard
was grad- Bailey, son of
Fruitland Q
\\\TII1\G FOR ANT CIR AVYTIMESTIVERSPONTIAC I in Shiloh Cemetery at
She had lived here for the through Oct. 1 at the
E.
uated from Ketterlinus High past parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Mr. and Mrs. McDonald of Galveston -
School in St. Augustine and received three years. Wright. Wind Ridge, Pa.. and his Park. I county judge's office here the f Texas has been announced

52 W. Colonial. We call for and deliver. Phone 2 2311 her nurses' degree in 1943 i She is survived by one sister. maternal grandmother Mrs. T. G. IN LOVING MEMORY OF OUR DEAR Chamber of Commerce Bldg. in I The wedding took place n
from Providence Hospital in ; Mrs. Frank Armstrong, Edge- White, Waynesburg Pa HUSBAND. AND FATHER I Daytona Beach, or at the officeof last Saturday in Galveston at the
Washington after two I water and one brother H. A. No one err will take jour place C. Winston Smith, New Smyrna First Baptist ;f>;
Church
years at In borne or In our heart; with the
'' r Touro.Infirmary in New Orleans. i T[ Thomas of Ormond. ,i iI MR. GROVER II. OLMSTEAD i I For' we'H have your dear memoryTo I Beach attorney. 4 Rev. William Brigger officiating. u
1'I 1 i-4
Glass For All Purposes Olmstead. 75, -
11'11 o Eas- After nursing at Halifax Hospital. For Mr Grover H. i love chile were apart Special arrangements will be The bride was
In
MRS.S M. CT/RRUt given
!II :n- ILLINOIS I she has spent the past year at j I' MRS.ERNME WOODS who died at his home Monday in I AND MARY ANN CtJRRIE made to sell licenses: In Person, riage by her brother, Leo mar-
v. I Cedars of Lebanon LEESBURG-Mrs. Vernnie Perry Maitland will be held at 10 a m. I : Seville Ormond Oak Hill and Tip-
il\ENCH\ MIRROR PLATE GLASS, Inc. ctassi in Los An- : pens of Galveston. formerly of
III geles. ,: Woods, resident of Coleman Wednesday in EiselsteinWigginton Lake Radio StationConstruction Osteen one day during the month? here. Mrs George
Distributor Selling Florida Since 1908 SULUX I! Mr Hyatt was graduated from died at an Ocala hospital Monday.Mrs. Home for Funerals with the county officials stated yesterday j matron of honor McDonald was
j BLOCKSIMPROVEMENT I Hyatt Woods was a lifelong resident Rev. H P. Rankin pastor of The I and George Mc-
High School Begins
I in Fields Donald
Ii III'II i 75 W. Pine St. TeL 51H La, Christian Alliance j acted as best man.
Missionary
of Coleman and memberof :
] received his B.S. a i
at Louisiana ; '! | said here A
the Church. Church in charge.Mr. I l N'2' to O'or-io; "CT ng rtnp'? ] today. I reception given by Mrs.
Baptist
Polytechnic M.A. at at Ruston and his Surviving are her husband Olmstead moved to Florida OCALA-Construction will start j j The new station Is to have 1060 George McDonald followed the lit

I II I After, three the University of Florida. Lawrencer Woods; four sons J. from Chicago in 1923 and since today on the new radio station of watts power, he said, and its call ceremony after which the couple !r
II
1 i In the Pacific years he with the Army L. Woods, Harry Woods and 1925 has made his home in Mait- the Lake County Broadcasters to letters are to be WEUS Listeners left for Brownswood, Texas a
was stationed at be located between Eustis and will be able to tune it in at 790 where they will both attend How-
Welch where Charles F. Woods. all of Coleman, <
he
gar FEELABLE IN He is now met his fiancee.- and George M. Woods, of Panas- !land.Besides his widow, Mrs. Clara E. Leesburg E. L. (Curleyl FerranI KC mark on their dials. and Payne College
a :_
a. managing nursery ____ __
near Wilmington N. C. where i I offices Fla.: one daughter Mrs.:
Cecilia Key of Mt. Dora her .. a
they plan to live. i ; : --
THREE WEEKS I mother. Mrs Winnie Perry, of I

i Tarpon Springs; three brothers.I II i d TIRED of 11151RE LET _
Anne Cody's" \I Percy Perry. Roy Perry and I RANN AA CNE N ANOTHER t 1lM tfSQ504E

FREE ADVISORY SERVICEA : I Charles Perry all of Tarpon ys .- A4 OiT5O Z' :- iojgjjoyl, ERIE
i I Springs; and four sisters. Mrs. !i AWWAYf
+ EngagementAnnounced 1 Birdie Mae Hall and Mrs. Mattie : w .. -
'
:. Davis, both of Fort Myers. Mrs.I w
Mildred Llpsey of Jacksonville, I C
A PROPER COMBINATION OF THERAPY. and Mrs. Oletha Dyal, of Cole- i !! COIN'J

SYMPATHY AND PSYCHOLOGY IS THE man. I .
SUREST AND QUICKEST [<;'v=-I';' te Or'-"-'o' V, rig Sentinel] Funeral services will be held atAdamsvule :::3 L r :
ROAD TO RECOVERY ,,0
DAYTONA BEACH 1I
The Tuesday
engagement Cemetery at 'Il
AND
REHABILITATION.Scientific ; of Miss Anne Noel Cody. ;i 3:30 p.m. with the Rev. W. S. I ;
I i daughter of Mrs. Hunter Wade The
; Johnson officiating. PageTheusFuneral ,rf
Diets drawn up to suit your individual case. i of Blowing Rock N. C.. and Willis Home is in charge of arrangements -LI' = ix
: Judson Cody of Beachside cottages erHg <
You will find a cozy little visit with me both Interesting | Wilbur-by-the-Sea, to Dr. I <- ...
enlightening and I :SIRS. FLORENCE ANDERSON !
profitable. i Thomas Cranford Jones, son of i
Dr. and Mrs. T.V.. Jones of :Miami I SANFORD-Mrs. Florence MI ,i ._...
I will not bow
you In and bow you out but will endeavor to I
I 64 wife of Mr. P
I Anderson D.
has
anw jser all your questions been announced. II Ft v rD NAPPY EASTiz STEVE NOTICED (5 lx7U&ErfHERfDLANCW5 R 5i1RE d2515' t.CaK AS
WOL'IAP
painstakingly and unhurriedly. I The wedding will take place Nov :, Anderson of Lake Mary, died Mon- I! 9 WSULP way HAVE BEEN tiz&y \ GEAR n.E AND TAL: WJ,c) L AND AtMI.JoNK{,'avE AND HAPS THE fRAZY TYDE WHO
The sick public is frantic to know why it is that with all i 4 in Miami .day after a year of ill health. She tVELLGO ON, AH Alai LANE THAT < MAZES IN THE DUST AT Tn'S PtU7MIC BEEN KIDMAPDfD wu. reoMfty fay eANSOM ;j-
that has been done for them that they continue to remain ill) Miss Cody was born at Lake I! was a resident of Lake Mary for 8a4-EYE: iiow a fI.MW CUR OWN.ANDID 'was A 8OA.1? Z STRIP: cm.HO' : ND me ESLaZTED Tt7fR

If you are In a quandry if Wales, and has made her home 22 years having come here from St SYE si s OLD 66EAWN COH20B.ftOXO TIlE t\ IP'.ENTY ABLE TO TAKE WiTi1AA RIME ocZdEO95!
won't you let me tell how- you are up against a blank wall here for the past four years. She ;Ellwood City, Pa. and was born Zo : tT ;' LCME C1 CSI;IN THE CAiJC_ A BIG SUI?!
!
you you may have FEELABLE IMPROVEMENT It i
IN"THREE was graduated from Harris School i April 14. 1883, in Lawrence .. arp
WEEKS? in Miami and just finished her I County Pa. Mrs Anderson was z ...

While you are here I shall be glad to take your blood I junior year at Cornell University:Corn- l ice
pressure. There will be no charge. i i Dr. Jones was born in Sale City I CJIi J t
Ga. He attended Miami School i Surviving her are her husband }
;:! I i and University of Miami. He was : two sons, P. D. Anderson Jr. ; .'
CHARLES B. McFERRIN, N.D. j graduated from Emory Univ.ersity Maitland, Fla- and Raymond E. F rI.: L.. f nt. t j It

Xf 25 N. Thornton St. : in Atlanta and received his degreeas Anderson, Sharon: Pa.; a daughter 'itss ii
".-. <,- :i doctor of dentistry at University ;: :Mrs. Ruth Brower West Palm .. \ Y K j 0k
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c : : ; No appointment will be I of Michigan He is a member Beach; five brothers J. L.. Mc- =
; necessary ol Sigma Chi fraternity and Delta i Conaghy, New Castle. Pa. William t s t
f .- 2 to 4 P.M.-Wednesday. September 3. 1947. I'Sigma Delta honorary f ternity.He McConaghy. Pittsburgh; A MllcConaghy. .. II hts ,
M is now practicing in Miami. I: Roscoe, CaL; L. .S. i
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. 14. Beauty Parlor to''i !.!:- ___ Services_Offered jAWNINGS j 19. ServIces Offered | .'!.__Services Offered I i 19. Services Offered 133.I Articles for Sale I .!!..__Articles for Sale I ( 'tl1tintl!

; I UENE8; BEAUTY SHOP-Bat k -Let us help you with GUTTERS AND DOWNSPOUTS In- REFRIGERATION SERVICE Com HUGHES: MODERN HOME: repair AUTOMATIC WATER: HEATERS: j BABY BUGGY-Orislnsl new condition -
Classified cnoui special All wave* ieduced.Phun. your awnln problems. For free stalled. Also sheet metal work of mercial and household repairs Additions roofing. Nothing down. : Electric and **.. 10-15-3O-40-aL I Thayer buggy with all feature -I TUES.. SEPT. 2. 1941 PAGE 13
seats; :204 Bouin Han si. : estimates call Mr. McGee at B428 any kind ventilators chimney hoods Good work charges!: reasonable Ferguson 36 months to pay if desired. Phone Circulating oil heaters. Serge and *. Will sacrifice for 835 (coat 1
Child Gate RAYS UtOPIA BEAUtY -Salon. 805 i Florida Awning Co.. 432 S. HuiheyAWMNG3 : etc. Phone Winter Park 409 day. Orlando Refrigeration Service. Ph. 9752. 5026 for estimate. All work guaran Spark. From 37.000 to 70,000 $45). Phone 9918. 33. Articles for Sale
10. Baby Sitters- i :
2-OOT7 MetalCo. B.'i.li. capacity. -
E. Washiaistoa. Ph. 9123. Back to -Roll curtains and Vene- night. Dunnagan RADIO SERVICE-Auto radio repaired teed." BABY CARRIAOE-Veterana Trailer I"
.. 1006 W. Fairbanks. Winter Park.: Attic fans from 30 to 43 in. Silent ELECTRIC FANS Several type
BOARD room. lovlnc care for children. -, school specials 88.50. Crane on permanent i bun blinds made to order. Free while you wait or shop. Or- LARGE PALMS. shrubs heavy objects breeze fan. ; Park. N 156. 1600 E. South St. at Kelvinator De t. Bumby
Large pUytroands. Our.wk. lor *i oo. one week only. estimates. Colonial Awning Co. 821 HOCSE3 WASHED Screen and ,isndo's largest auto repair atatlolLApp'o..ed moved with derrick truck. We can make immediate delivery: BENCH SAW-Dr1U Jonl. lathe, mo-I I Ksrtivirr. 102 W. Charch.
I HUlcrest Ave.. Phone. 2-4812. window Look like paint Jobs.Free United Motors service on Orlando Nurseries. Call 7847.
month. 70S K. Michigan: 3-0644. RAY'S" BLAUTV PARLOR-AU types and installation on all of the tors. air eompressor r.d.o aDd I
estimates: work guaranteed. .I! General Motors auto Parking iot above items.Hmara ELECTRIC RANGE Weatisseboose.
and
lWpmeDs.
BABY JIm CtOLD on By dajr. i permanent wave*. Pre-heat and. ACETYLENE and electric welding: Call Autrey. 6326 entrance: on Slate St. Britt "GeneralElectric" 30. Good Places to Eat and Keiser Vosue Theater Phone refnger.tor.2-1150.pane I Also Davenport and rue. Can 8380.
week ec nor.. In my boo. ."cel- raid waves a specialty. Dial4iZi. I II machine work on pumps saw mill I> .
lent care provided. 103 X. Harvard: I :38 Ea*& Pine. One place only. and road construction machinery: HOUSES WASHED bY Steam-Lux Phone 3942.ROOFDiGFree store.. 356 N. Orange Ave. GRILL Excellent food.Reesonabie _block._Cotomaltown._ :......Phone. _5146.__ !! BOILERS 10. 20. 25 H-P high i iI EOO BEATERS. dish-paas.! sageL i

33396CHILD _ aluminum and brass castinc. McKinney process. look different. Call Steam CLOVER prices- pre..1l..t this AIRPLANE; MODELS-Complete stock pressure" used boilers' Also other muffin and pie iDa.n... Fair
CAM: by aour. day or ..NIl i; 1$. Schools and Instruction I Machine Works. 131 W. Kale, House Washing Co.. 2-3625. and let estimates 3 yearsto high!: class restaurant The best foodIn models and accessories. HO-O See Industrial Equipment Co. 1830 i Store. 10 West Church Street.

; Also! boarded. Supervised pia,. ALARM CLOC&S REPAIRED Any us tell you wll)'. Estimate free. pay. Work guaranteed. Roil town the customer say. "Tr)' us" Railroaa. boats racing cars. Model N Orange. I ELECTRIC "IRONS Automatic

veil-balanced dirt. 776 .. Pennsylvania. :| BALLROOM: DANCINO All types. kind of clock or electric equipment HOME: SERVICE General repairs siding.shingles Smith or built Ac Sons up : and 4688.asbestos 7 S Court. supplies Haiey 214 N. Orange. 6668. :! BABY HIGH CHAIR-Foldina comi trol. UnIversal -Proctor. Ssmaoo con.

Winter_Part fit 378. Private: lesscua only. Call Jane W. fix: everything. Barker Repair New construction. Windows screen ATtIC VEN1ILATION-SYS1'EM--=' i:' btnation makes chair; and tabte Bumby Hardmare. 102 W. Church.
I Dickaon. :.I-U-41! for appointment. Shop. 48 W. Central Ph. 7696.SERVICE and caulking service. Licensed and RUGS UPHOLSTERY CLEANED WHEN PLANNING a banquet wedding Cool by cooleaje Complete. combined attached rollers. Almost :
DAY AND NIUHT care of infants -- bonded. Dowswell. Phone 9522. Expert workmanship fast service. reception. birthday or dinnerparty m- new stroller. Both '15. 2318 S. ELECTRIC! DRILLS>,. inch electric
and children for vacation or work-!: : PATRICIA BRYANT eStuS1o.. I Hotel. Longwood. staled in your home with no doan ,
; ALLIS CHAL.MiitS and "' Guaranteed mothproofing service. Pb- call Longwood payment 6.bO month Modern Mills. _________________________ drill complete with attached cord.
1n?_ parcn* 6794. 1O08 Anderson 8t.! Trauunx in "'. .l..n. speech rsao. parts: tractors and power lID1ts. LEAKS LEAKS LEAKS-Anybody can 2-2990. Kleemze Co.. of Orlando. 13 for suggestion and price per BED--Double bed with box springs I ill 80. Knox Stores Co., 35 E. Pine.
S VTO'i'-O' V NURSERY -=.Mr..W--:. public speaking and dramatic courses Farm and Home Machinery Cow 40 fix them. But. everybody cant find Appliances.- 42S l'i.' -Or.oie. '2-S514.;;:; mattress. S2S. 143 E- Morsel'' Phone 2-3163.
R Corbeau.. R N. Ph. 78S7. 319 Enroll now. Comae open Sept. IS. W. Robinson phone 2-2713. them. W* find the.... Ph. 5718. SEPTIC TANKS .INSTALLED: : and 31. Good Things to Eat ALARM Cl.Ocich.pockct ....lch". ;i A'eD" ,
-, E RollinsEXPERIENCED Pa. 2-4374 afternoons or evenings.CHOb7 cleaned.! State approved. 20 yearsin 82.75, wrist ...tcb".. 875. Tax _ I ELECTRIC'RAoiG -OU stove break-
f i APPLIANCES: REPAIRED Fans.toasters. LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED Also business. Altermatt. Call 6730 or ORANGES. Oranges Oranges Plentyat included in aU prices. Herman s Loan i j ASH REGISTER '125. OrangeI last sri dinette sets bedroom
: CHiiDc3 OP REAL: .:CSTATX pr Uce. i Irons and lamps. Ph. 5186. lawn cutting, service. Hanson-Do- 7571 for service.SEPTICTANKSInstaited.. Leon's. We deliver. Phone 4332 OUJC 2'1 W. Church Sv I PllarmarS' 11201 E. COIoIttal I suites deaks. cabinet, beds and
I Tear* UP. Special rates for boar Prepare for Broker and Salesmen. Johnson Electric: Co.. 23 E. Church. seler Co.. 2309 N. Orange Ave. Stat. approved CAMP STOVES a' chalrs Iltb St.
Just
received jsw
50 W. C"DtraJ.T6iKiYSf'lnest A otL'iicO'. rAGE-
day or werk.O155 2-467. I R } eQUlpmeDl. I
or > 3.
Classes atari Sept. allPl1cl110naf I II ,
i must be made belore that date; Secretary ,BULLDOZ :tT SERVICE Clearing. MATTRESSES: RENOVATED are 600 gal. capacity. See our qu.1It6Oe.1b.. Complete kitchen with refrigerator I, large shipment.! Bumby Hard- I ELECTRIC POSE BOXBS:=Pull chain
tanks 17th St West of Orange '
on 102 W. Church.
11. Special X,tices at School all hour for ralai grubbing and grading. Also pan completely! equipped to handle your Farm phone range sink and cabinets. Water heat "e.- --- and duplex rweptscles. Surface tot-
irauoa assistance; 138 K. Pine SI \.. work and palmetto rake. Phone work Mattresses! renewed or made Blorsom! Tr.: 2-4519 HagenMuellerSEPTIC FalrvUla Poultry ers. Heating system both gas and CARD TABLE-SI. electric tiOn-i2.: tie switch ROBWX. U-a. 6...2 Overhead -
AMANDA i Ph. ssea. 2-4427. J. T. Murdoch. :i to order "Open for Inspection" Russ TANKS Cleaned: everything 5927- oil. Modern Appliances Inc.. 428 N.Oranae I new *J2 m urcM, 20 in. s a ft. for i' future wycavtf H4w.2SJ4 .
BRADFORD-Payehle readIng I j Mattress Co. 1122 W. Church; 2-2213. pumped and hauled. P 3'' IF YOU WANf REAL tree ripened : 22514.ALLl8CHAWERII. SiO New '31t encyclopedia. *24. tub. ,I Kohl.riKcTRiC.
t : circle 2:30 Tun. 361 Wast Columbia BEACHES AND FILL Service. Free
drive
avocados from buaded trees"
I Are.: phone 2-2331. ''It). I r resident. bonded. out to Pine Castle turn left at first : Power units now : contest 4. mstertsl. 101 Lucerne Circle i
Co. Ph. 227 alter 7:30: Electricand insured. Route 19. Box 231: 2-0678 available.; Immediate delivery.: Com ; Apt.
ADVICE Psychic readings daily.Meetinrs. pin I cutting and threading churrh go east about I mile to sign I
Mich.
OH MICHIGAN U. of I
OHIO ;I plete stock from smallest to largest. CHRIS CRAFT for SaIeSi300 cash.
Cohoon Machinery -
acetylene welduir
Church Phone 7088. 44'i W siudeut ..-.Del ride about Sept. 8 CONCRETE FLOORS Drive-ways j I Co. 138 W. South St. ; TRACTOR WORK New groundplowed. on lawn. "Shambarger Also farm Tractor General iruck I Can be seen at Sanford Boat I Ii RAMSG& For teaedlat*
St. Rev '
Cherry. Reletcnccs exchanged. Ph. 2-6 a7.t.WiStOlviiN. Reasonable j jThirty 1 > dirt moving land5<'spl"I. .
.lepsnal.to. & Equipment; Co 231ft McRse 9809.ANTIQUESEstate Works. Sanford. Fl. Contact AcEtIc delivery.Electric
.. .
: ALICE CARUN-S04 Florida Bank : years In business. Pre e.'lI I OFFICE MACHINES REPAIREDOurservice Ph. 9106 or Winter Park. 1304-W j I 32. Articles for Rent i I Smiths. ,
::i waut- and art _
IADISOH--Rtde piece
-- BulldlDc. Superfluous hair permanently mste C. N. Ioolc1,. Winter Park 469. j liliaranLeed. Cheek with I reeking at tt* bes$. Fast
Diskinc. plowing
I TRACTOR MOWING- CUSHMAN
S-. removed Ph. 44O6. i ed StoUt Sept. 15. excellent drive FLOOR SANDER-Edger and polisher. Rare p.ates. Jere Beery 11 Ma- MOTOR 1947 model I
Main 3t4 phone clean. thrifty You set
; George stuart. 13 5. to use. "
nmBiTnaJ K .T Vlavi ': 631 K: Pne St phone 6662.WK I CONTRACT BUILDING of newhornesand j I 8153. I scooping terracing. Paul E. All new. Arnold! Faint Store. gruder-- Arcade. "54" Good condition price 8275. I meals in cool comfort with an electric -
use Heatt. Cheney Highway. Rt. 4. Or- .
Apply Palm Pharmacy. Eustis, Pta.CAMERA
.. Product 914 ItttcaU BIdPIa PREACH repairs to homes and building 407 S. Orange. 2-3788. AIR CONDITIONER tOIL Fair I rane. l"ta..... electric best
; PH AC 1IC it WHAT Wk PIANO SERVICING-H. T. Kltson. lando.
8482.HOUSEWIVES'. I -Our Vacauuu Tour" extends of any kind. Repairs ftnan< I Fullard. 133 E. Concord; phone 2- j piano TREE SURGERY-AU Und. Palm. Reasonable rates.CR1 condition guaranteed. 81-250. Phone I Zelss tessar lens. 45 flash eon I I
., !-A cordial invitationis from now ui.ul Oct. lrt. Call for :I Is read for business Not with his "B" new edger.
i. extended to you by Bumby Hardware Winter Tour. then. Orlando Travel 4032. piano store to .sell you pianos but trimmed or removed. Dangerous Burke. 1805: S. Bumby. 7851. 2-1809. bulbs film holders. tripod and case. Walter J. Wilcox Iac4 61 J:. Robm-
2-T to visit the ultra-modern kitchen I Agency CLAY ROADd BUILT-Also lime rock ,: to continue to tune and repair! them trees our .pecl.lt Pine trees re- FLOORTSANDER: AND-EDGERi: also J| BEDROOM SUITE-Box sprlnss and Ph 2-4B40. lOlL Founded 1936.
now en display la our KelvlnatW .. paving with surface treatment. ; for you with the tkill acquired by moved cheap Lots cleared. Licensed cabinet sander and floor po'tsher ,I mattress practically new. Also an- I DRAIN TILE-H price 8. 10 and 12 I
..- Depart..enThis dream kitchen i 17. llauHag and Moving Work guaranteed. Bumby 4t hUmp- many year Phone 381-M at 787 bonded. J. P. Newton. 116 Irvin: Wyckoffs Hdw.. 2524 Kuhl. 2-2821._ tique rocker. 1416 Conway Rd Phone i ft. Four Palms Tourist Home. 6010I

awaits your inspection at 102 W. ,, son. Inc., Phone 7649. i I Antonette Ave.. Winter Park. Phone 21147I TYPEWRITER- RENTALS =-Special; 2-12S7. _ I Cheney Hlshwsr. i ELECTRIC FAFS-CioStit$ out all
.- Church Streit.MIAMOE ALLIED VAN LINES. INC.-Nation's -CONCRETE- SERVICE-Floors. roofs, I PAINTING *... :&--Special: 1 room. TREES DEMOSSED. trimmed taken monthly and quarterly rates. Check : BREAD BOXES--=" White enamel.: DAVENPORT-Used. Can be seen at I II II electric fans at actual cost of S7
*Slenderisin also for largest movers of househod cooda. I I drivevay steps and walks. The I I ceiliuc and walls using" flat oil I do,n. Full Insurance. J. B. Haugh- with George Stuart. 13 S. Main St.. ; tl 75 and up Knox Stores Co.. 25 I 1125 saga Blvd. above Pickard'i and up General Cooling sad Heating
Neuritis and Arthritis: 0iHIe .*. i Cali Fidelity Storage A WarehouseCO 1 I: best in engineering worxmanship psmt with each outside paint Job I!i ton.:....525S 8. Summerlin. Ph. 9777. plicne 8158.TYPEWRITERS. East Pin" Phone 2-3183. Coftee Shop. I 48_W. Central. 2-4142. ___
M6 W. Tale: 2-2918. La diet only I for free estimates on your long and materiaL free eaUma s. For i Best materials used. Free estimates.U. For a..nt.-bYd.y or BRONZE;-SCREEN WIRE-Cosco step DOORS. cash of white pine cabinets ELECTRIC TOASTERS iron: ro.st-
i TRACTOR SERVICE New round ;
distance 56-61 W. Jackson Relfand. licensed. 24287.PLUMBING i hot waffle
moving. ers. piate combination
: call 6780
work of all kind
z SPENCER SUPPORTS Individually St. Phone 2-3184. concrete I : plowed, lots leveled Contract or month. Office Equipment Ex- stools. nails waffie irons scales screens! lawn chairs custom made;
Pair 10 W
denned lint E. Washington. mIS35OT I or 8S30. Buchanan Concrete.Co. hourly rates. Phone 2-1383. notice Smith-Corona agents. 220 S turpentine paint electric refrlsera-,, all types of woodwork. Orlando Store. Church_ _
Mr. 'Wartm.Vf. _ j AKRO-MAYFLOWER TRAMSrTTco.: .. CLOCKS"REFAIREb: -Also w tches. I i '.'*;n._ 8850. tors. 222 W. Central Btrdwar Woodcraft Industrie 1500 W. WashIngton ELECTRIC WAIl ER COOLERS: -Combination -
Kmii--R: : Call Joiner INSTALLATION UPHOLSTERING SERVICE-Try our -- 2-2317. ,, : for .bite and colored ser-
a terecl Surveyor.S i I -Lone distance movin camer.s. musical instruments and TYPEWRITERS makes; also adding _
i Van and Stance service for free I II new method of renewing your furniture month. = : enamel vice. Capacity 10 to too persocs.
Cbnrch and Main Arcade. Phone accessories. Salisbury's. 2003 Edge- machines by week or BABY SCALES Bmslnette. DRILL PRESS-Pbwer tools. motors.
And Materials. Complete stock of Our process eliminates sag I{ Modern Appliances ID 428-430 N.
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estimates: also local moving storage Smith-
MO. tub. concrete wash tub. 378 Victoria
Dr. Equipment Exchsnge. Cheap. 227 E.
I I water Office air compressor.
: ___ material and fixtures. locks in for life. Ph
roughing and springs place Orsnse: 2-2514.
packing crating and shipping (I I
St.88SO Ave Winter Park.
TOO CAN 8TTLL rid horseback I I 1400 S. Division ph. 7988.DEttfS Ci:CUANL'IO AND PHESSINQ C&*hand We guarantee" prompt Installation no i "Open for Inspection" RUTS Mattress Corona Aunts. 270 S. Main i[ South St. ; HEATERS
; 1 ELECTRIC WATER 30
Parr's Ranrh We are not cloned I I carry prices will sav you \I waiting for scarce materials. Estimates Co. 1122 W. Church: 22213.UPHOLSTERING TOOLRENTAL sprayers;skll-I BEDROOM 5uiTEPr.ltican, new.Phonograph. I I DEWALT POWER SAWS-Also Parks and 40-caIlon also: sat 30-tsllon-
our phone number has been chanced:. DsSJVKBY Service phan money. hems us your clothes. 6uptrlor I cheerfully given. Call 9869 Slip covers refinlahlng. saws. bench- aws; power mowers: I Phone 2-1763. I planers. Mail saws, drill. Lotan> water heaters. ; Bumby Hardware
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f to 2-2324. i I 7673. liht moving and haulin; I Cleaners. 214 Boone- S\. i Libby & Freeman. 711 W. Church. We call without obligation. flooring! equipment. concrete mixe'and I BASS VIOLIN bass horn cornet metal lathe J. D. Pease telephone 102: W Church.
every load insured: reasonable rates.I I CONCRETE-FLOORS etc. "'. form. I Artcraft Interior Decorators. 2200W ml 12. Lout and Found I: TlWCJt-saaVlCB-Top Four and finish concrete floors. I Church. 2-0006 or 2-2353. W Washington. 7323 .i Shoppe. 18 Magruder Arcade. DRINKING FOUNTAIN KeltlnaI I; EVIIiRUDEMOTOR-6O; H.P4 and
DOM? ioU Barbour boat with trailer. Nelson
walks and steps. For price I Iesiiinate alUD-
fill dirt; delivered. Write H. A. drlveaays. PLASTER PATCHING by an expert. : VENETIAN BLINDS Made like new Articles for Sale I tor. automatic thermostat. Marine ".rt. Leesburt. Pla.ELECTRIC .
LOST call 2-0256. Dunham ConCrete 33. 'I by Hardware. 102 W. Church.
DOG -Sandy colored. answersto I Bray. P. O. Boa 102. Loekhsrt. Fla. i J I Also minor repairs. Orlando Borne i Lowest prices. Best services. Call .___ I : LAWN MOWTSS-Sellinf
Sandy. .No- tail.! 11 W. Hard- Phone County :53R12.MPTYTRUCKLeav1ng. ,, Co.CONCRETE _ _ Maintenancedial8948.:_ Adams. Ph. 9558-919 W. Central. Or- t."N1T8-2 port BEVERAGE COOLER-4-FU DOORS-Any type. Screens, we specialize I at coat. Only a few JeSt Phone
UK APh 20002IL I WORK: Driveways, steps. I lando. Fla.WAS'HING. AIR CONDITIONING I I I'Po.lsned In store fixtures. All kinds I
Sept. 3d PLUMBING PAIRED-B11I King for able. Carrier! and Kelvinator Suitable 9664. _ _
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walks floors septic tanks. Li- | aluminum with ttainless of mill wor'*' Pine Castle Variety
for New York aDd New Jersey. Can guaranteed repairs. Phone MACHINES REPAIRED- office. Priced rea-
prompt I for cooling FIRE EXTTXOTJISRERS' type:
lieauty Parlors I etused. bonded Southern States Floor steel trim for lasting beauty and Workn.Ph.2-2576.
take 1'j tons nonpenshable. all or' 5059. Residence. 1729 Grand. All makes. 24 hr. service and ,on.ble! Phone 5296or 5633. I II reehartln Miller TireSafety
Co ;2- 2O6 for estimates. long .nr. Disappearing doors that repairinc.
8714qr '
part way. A B Cornwall. 140 Sunny I ITovu =West Central pick up service. Caldwell, and Karris. = ortllIt7 DOOR MATS-Cocoa and rubber door
SERVICE Soattt Orange.
PLUMBING 423
Service.
ALUMINUM GARAGE slice Into the cabinet out of the II
A WURMAN. 20 E. Pine. 18* to j I Rd.. Caatelberry. ,, fiityCLEA I -We-e-mpl07onl; ] Plumbing & Heating Co. 15 N. 2213 Edgewater" Dr.. College Park. building. 12x20: Aluminum frame can be removed completely wayor for I n(1 75 and up. Knox", Store 34406.PENCE.
25* discount United -" SKilled. experienced help and Co. Pine.
on waves. ; 25 E. Phone 2-3163.
FULFC J VAK STORAGE CO.: I Day 2-2236 Night 7538. 2-1972. _ door. Special I
Bryan Overhead
Om* only. Five experienced: operators.PfctM I modern machinery. Try us. VacDuif ; and siding. cleaning or loading. Two extremely POST-Steel fence post 7 -sand
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8462. I Pan toads wanted to or from Chicago I Cleaners. 204 Rideewood corner i PAINT ESTIMATES' Color suggestions. I WELL DRILLING-We are enuipped price In one only Mills and "Ncbr.ka.iUIMINUiC large heavy duty copper coB with DOORS-Size* 2'O---6'i-and 2'4" x; 8 ft len.ths. Knox Stores Co..
I T Cleveland. Ohio. Phone :9266 Rosalind Phone 25000.ELECTRICAL Reliable painters recom- i to drill shallow and deep wells. Any : MOULDINGS. triramln 1 .-In. centers and aluminum fins I 6'8". 1 pane; 3'0" x TO". 14 5 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-3183.
WAIrft DR. BEAUTY SALON for free estimates. 133-5 N. Main. i iIt. mendi-d. Hatch. 6001. At Olldden' size up to 8 inch. No water" no pay. 20'i off SoutheastSteel I I for greater heat absorption gives I panels: and a few odd doors All special *
.... tt. SpeciaL Permanent coranlrte. LOCal REPAIRING and boast I, Nothing down 36 months to pay and sink rimv Amelia maximum cooling to all part of the I prices. Mills and Nebraska. FLOWER POTS-Clsy flower pots in
Afl line beaaty culture. Erenine I HNOLLLitD&HaEB -- moving; wiring. Call 4S14. MUler WU.1 PlPE COT--a iIl threaded to your Belmsny Well Drilling and Pump Sales Co.. 100 W. : cabinet quickly and economically. I DisKS-New several sizes lIe and up. Knox
Star.-P u.n. parking. Also Florida Pipe & Sup- 2-1442 : and used. Priced from E. Pine. Phone 2-3183.
aapoinuoenu. Hilda Manet Electrical Contractor. specification. i Supply Route 3. Winter Garden : Store Co 25

2-J1W MomI u.nt fl Dfoeller'l:'!icy 8t Long Da1 4965.Distance FLOOR: SAKDIKO.=Finishing. Spe- j ply Co.. 630" W Church: phone 6118 I Road.' Orlando. Fla. Ph..:-.7087_'__ ALUMINUM SCREtN WIRE-Number 48 I Walter 3. WIlcox. Inc4 III 1:. Robin.IOD. I Equipment S37.50 to Co.S95.390 Florida N. Orange Business Ave. ; FLOOR FUR.'fACES-1IoUa CSS and
clalizo Pentra-Seal treatment. 20 I Iyr POWER LAWN MOWER repaired I WASHING MACHINE REPAIRED-An 16 mesh. 32 Inch. 36 Inch Founded 1\lJ6.I 5454. oiL Phone 2-2514 for estimate of
MOVDici- _ _
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inch. Southeast Steel Sales
'' experience. Modern equipment. and sharpened Hanson Disseler I complete installation for all fixeresidences
makes. official serviceBarton's
pQtti. cra '_. local mu18g. v. Maytag W. Amelia: tel. 21442.'AQUEI.Ls'The DIRETI'E: StJITE with buffet. 1231 Eo
Place j' Work guaranteed. Licensed. Prompt Co 2309 N Orange. 9716. I : next to Colony Theater I duplex and small cottages. -
8\101' & Storage CO. Amelia Annue.
US W. t v.I :,--, 8151.iMioIY service.C_ R. Burke. 7831.- PAINTERS AVAILABLE: : =Free esti Winter Park 93.WELLORILLINOWe. perfect waterproofing ': BATHROOM TILE in Ftusl.-rooiPer- DIESEL-ENG1l'ES-.nd : Modern Appliances Inc. 428N.
Your : FLOOR SANDING AND FINISHING 1 mates. Arnold Paint Store. 407 S. specialize! In'' paint for concrete biorks'and matile. All colors. Low cost free power unit Orsme.FURNITURE.
: h N Y. pointsen surfaces. SmthLU'T.b..r for agricultural and industrial in-
'o' Jf1I' ; all masonry
Orsrue Phone 2-3766.
: Prompt service. Modern equip- : estimates. Central Florida Sale 2323N. SPECIALS-Larse lisa
Email well.
; diameter deep 2" 2M
rn. p. t\1n. load renurrdpt. ,' > Co.. N. Orange and Rail illation.! Florida Pipe & Supply ,
ment. portab power unit. Established PIANO:TUNING and repairing. Quality and 3". Can Install well and pump Orange: : dial 6546. walnut wardrobe oil and (a*
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T', N. Y.Ctrcl Co.630 W. Church. Phone 6118.
.1: : .t 1 2013 W. 60th. road.ARC
Want-Ad ,
I 1935. Skilled workman Ucen.ed.bonded .. notes, 5 piece dinette. :Every pieceof
: workmanship at reasonable prices on FHA plan. Call or write F. P. BATH'FIXTURES-chromiunr toothbrush -
f : Insured. Steven Floor Sur-!I ycusra nierd. Om'l 5300. Avioci.tedStore -: French. Longwood. Fl.. Phone 6. i holder. 1.79: reduced to ELECTRIC FANS = Closing i out at furniture in stock reduced for
.i. facingCo Phone 6582. i rort. 87 95. Orlando Furniture Co.. Quirk ,al". Jenkins Furniture Ex:
for immediate service. 98c.
Ie WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIR department. Tub soap dish. 82.08. reduced! to J
-j; i i'sy Laundry Work WELDFRS Lincoln Fleetweidrods. 141 W Church St. chanse. 229 Booae St. 2-3795.
FLOOR SAND-lNG-F'DlahID.. clean- PAINTING-Bouse painting is an I Pickup and delivery NtOther fittlnxs accordingly.WyckofTt 1
'. In*. axing. Exclusive agent for art. conserve your money. Improve service. Reasonable price. Another i Everything for the welder.! : Hdw.. 2524 Kuhl._ FURNITURE-Gas grilles and Its:<
IRONINGS please
v. ,1NC.t AND 811 N
H. R. Williams Supplies. -- I
; rti1! 517 F .ti'iiont Ave. t tI Flor-Co Sealer which guarantees perfect your home. paint safe with Stanley ,I service at McElroy's Pharmacy 129 Belch St. Daytona Beach Fla. Ph BOAT and motor.: 14 fr. Marine ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS Admiral stove Livini room larnlture. chairs
7W en. ft. dual temp. 2 refrigerators tables. Hi Hat Club. 2 mile
satisfaction to you who desire i P. Curtts. Call 2-393O for estimates'. i s. Orange Phone 2-3186. plywood and 10 HP Johnson. A-I and
< I :2220.: In one. No defrosting nee-i north of Sanford. DeLand Hichway.MondST. .
ay :J. Services OH f red Quality Lasting Orlando Floor Sur- j RADIO SERVICE=Call "Scotty"; if j II condition. Third house on right off .....r'. Sterilamp protects your food .
facing Co. Established since 1925. I
i Winter Garden Road Cottage
have Radio Troubles" that on
:[: : Dial .NTIQUE: FURNITURE RESTORED- 1809 N. Oran..e Ave.. phone 7836. j you you can't seem to get cured. Free estimates i 5 HOUR DRY CLEANING with delivery .-I ARMY SURPLUS-Hip boots. '3.75; Hill. from ination mold and growth the transfer retarding of contain odor I, FUR COAT-Mink dyed muskrat. WIll
The best workmanship in the South I FURNITURE REPAIRED reiinished. I and guaranteed repairs or service. Pecks QuaUtyCleaners. : 2.15 folding sacrifice lor Immediate tale. Call
knee boots. : cots i BICYCLE-Girls Elgin: prewar Gladstone You will have to hurry. the supply Is ,
I.:T 4161 ., offered by Rays Mattress Co. 1122 i upholstered. Pick uP. dellnn. no pay. Brttts "General Electric" Ph. 6055. I S2 95. field jackets. S2: rain coat I bag 28 in. cowhide. Perfect limited Walter J. Winos, 81 L RobInson. -- 2-4640.
W. Church. 2-2213. "Open for laspeeiion. Paul' Repair Sbop. 2611 East Washington store. 356 N Orange Ave. Phone >2 95. Many new items at low prices. condition. Antique picture frames. Founded 1936. II
." Slnet dial 21168.VTI4' 8942. j I Morgans Salvage Store. 46 E. Church.I various sizes. 8862. I IOMirs I [Continued On Next Pace

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( Sttttinrl i 1 S3. Articles tor Sale 33. Articles for Sale I I AUNT HET POOR PAI 51. Houses 3-bdroora I' IVANHOE SECTION-$2500 cash and I beaattful lake Starve I WINTsl PARK-1153 Otaact Ave
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PAGE' 14 TUES SEPT. 2. 1947 PIANOS Fine grands featuring j I t WHIZZER OWNERS eliminate the By ROBERT QUILLEN CLAUDE CALLAM COLONIAL home. fuh GARDENS tile bath.- Reduced |I $50 per month pament clean give you* home.god bath on paved living room, kitchen 2-bedroam and : Income Vacancy$140, z mh.furnIshed blOuse. 1 MI.
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j Las problem. 125 on I terms to screened perch i 9.66 IlL00 -
I Stel.ap. EUneton. Monarh aora.e mie. to $ re-1 1 'oSIO.f Fireplace. I dinette. Large screened Big future value.
Bo.ard ; liz. I a gas. Be wise be sponsible Courtney Realty- ] nook. 1 sleeping nook. Separate a Open 10-12
Cont From Preceding Pre i rut mahogany and monterey fimzh. Own a Wh1r. Small down payment. 392 N. par.22471.COLONIALTOW7Modern. |! Venetian blnds attic building, deep well with eltr lUr pI in. and 2-5 p m.
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I if desired: trade-ins acceptedRobinson'a. easy us demonstrate our 3-bed- I Large roms. ford Ideal 1 Citrus trees corner $7. ,

33. Articles for Sale I 531 N. Orange. I Ii 'N.47 Orange model. Whizzer Ave. Phone Motor S.les. 602 j. room frame bungalow in excellent : location for storage close or to rumpus lake rom.stores. bus Bnnet & Bonnetl, Brokers Winter house 1'k block "nstruct.oovrT

landscaped looking .
PUMPS-For the farm or home. Big repaIr. Oak floors. Well ; and school. Better see this before : I closets .kf Master bedroom has 2

&reI I I and little new and used See our corner lot. A bargain at $12.5.I 1 It's gone. Hastings Realtor. 621s E. large living room has fireplace

FRI. USED-Walnut I stock Farm, as Home Macr7Co ) .i : Stripling with M. J. Mos Central_Arcade): 4237. 'I' ORWIN MANOR-Modern monr, blinds screened throughout front poVch. Venetian

; 3-piece cane (: .. 430 W. Robinson. I FURNITURE BUDn.t fore :: I 132 S. Main; phone KALEY SCHOOL SECTION 2-bed bungalow in scio of h: heater and automatic hot water -
attend laundry
ing room suite $29.50; coolerator ice to cle For Price $525O. 3 with tubs and
box. 100 lb. capacity $59 50; Fiber I I PIANOS Received full car load reconditioned j day night for tremendous COLLEGE PARK BARGAIN room furnished home. Real- broms lare dln-ro. tl. '1 storage ?"". c1 "* "' This is truly
including I I Watch this column for full $8200.00 cash a 6 rom.. 2 bedrooms Down payment $15. Slayton. kichen a livable home Only
uprights I $12.700. S6.7OOi
I'
loset. $".95; single innersprlng mat- I Venetian carpets and space
and
aannn'l and sleeping porch |, tor. 32 E Pine: I down. A. C. Golden.
and description of pieces 61.I 'i Broker
1121 M
Irma $19.95 maple bed lamp. $8 95 I I
; ; Knab. Kakaue. Koh.r-ampbU.. | dinette also a 2 ts room modern elIlcitncjr I -'4-bed- heater 2-car pre eoher and separate Orlando Ave near Maitland under-
sewing rocker $5.95; Holly bed.
Mather of Orlando 56 up. Will r.nt Robinson's. 531 N. :\ Still time to send your pertinent and garage Property i KLCiOL5 L arge corner |1 lunn. L.Ith barbecue pit pace,. Winter Part.2BEDIt,00I .

coplt.. .S. Orange.POSTS.. bric-a-brac china etc. for this i reconditioned inside and out and ;i lot'n city taxes. No Inflation in citrus pines P$12.-
I I including washing 000 00. C. N. Weems Mari (. furnished
| week's sale.Sodero. nicely furnised. ; this at $7900. Call Don Dudley.i S wit block. $4950
fence; cypress; ft. 2 to machine .ine machine. For I i i i tie Realtor. 21 Wet Wa-', 2-bfdroom. unfurnished frame,

FURNITURE SPECIALS Kitchen 3-inch butt: $15 hundred. 4 to 5- R. Auctioneer. Demins Auc- I appointment call Mr. Holcomb. i Realtor2:4745. : ington Street Phone 81O6.OGLESBY $4950. Each. $1.0OO down. 2-bed-

table. $5; chairs. $1; 2-piece living inch butt. $25 hundred. Call Winter I tion Sales Co.. 733 W. Churcch 2-238O. with O'Harra-Moore. 109 E. j;i KENTUCKY AVE 2-bedroora house, :! room famished frame. $8.000. Phone

l0D suite. $20; 4-piece bedroom Park 598. Littletree Co.PLYWODWatrrof I 2-0156. Pine.COLONIALTOWN. with concrete block construction I : AVE.-2-bedroom house, '1 2-4160
5O ISO.
Lot x
loot casement
; $9.95; .mdows. I
loken. I
.ule..50
$5. Wbiunire ne.Furniture. fir. available: -New cement block Price. $1500 down. A. C. concrete bll contrct. Case- 5-ROOM modern home located on
bds. and 3x16. J furnishedwith $5. N. Orlando Ave., scent .. L' tot
306 ChurchFRGIAE1 f. bungalow. completely I I Golden. 1121 srel 'I 80 i 140. Large rooms and
Pine Castle & ContctonCo. = I new furniture and kitchen (near Maitland underpass). Winter 5 x 14 Pe 175. S12OO closets Also a ssamll bouse with 3
it. 34. Articles WantedI _, I i i A. C. Gol-len. '
running phone 22465.PLUMBING o l's 2 I I Park. rooms and garage Would make
G equipment. bdromll ideal
__ bath _ _ Broker. 1121 N Orlando Ave.. (near i:

$taNrrUR5-cew condItIon &lL and used.Oranle'j Pay I seats; 4" SUPPLIES soil pipe -and Toilets fittings.and 1 I I AXES tug-machines Furniture; anything of an kinds you; have sew- I If I was Amy, I'd sure I never ask our Bettymake !I and floors screened and attached hiar:: $11,500. :I 1 I! KENTUCKY Modern 5-room AVE.cement- Winter block Pak bun). I I I I Maitland underpass, Winter Park. section apartment$3250 or win offIce handle.Near F.business A. Al

ca&h al save 10 to 25 per cent 2" traps. '. Plumbing Co- j to selL Sewell-Thurmond Furniture it hot for John. When why she gets home so late terms. Mr. Errant with Herman galow Large screened porch. 1-car I i I ORWIN MANOR SECTION lison Realtor. 37 W. Washington.
PIp Broker. 677 N. Orange 7613.
I Goodwin Inc sell this week at bungalow block construction..le::
on Banture ( S Orlando Ave.. WinterPark. garage. Priced to
purcha. j Co.. W. Pine St. Dial 4070.
Co.. 625 Chuc St. Phone 5820. 131. 498-M. 7 !I she phoned him about the at night. I hate to hear her 9855. __ | $6750 Allen Johnson. Realtor. 140 I!I bedrooms large living roan: nicely : iiiliS'rR.gE'r:2i4o6. Five and
i rooms

FLOOa COVERING-Congo-wan SOc PIANOS-See Associated before buying DIMOND.. watches.cash price.Jewelry M. old J[I101d. | wreck, his first question tell fibs, so I don't encour- : DUPLEX-Brand new cement brick I II Homes/N. Orange; 8612. "Specializing____________a_ I:i: arau.e refrigerator kitchen breakfast electric nook aloe i ii II her bath furnished. Possession Septem
lineal foot printed linoleum a piano. We guarantee to give Hihest II _______________ I I 20. Price S5 SO. Termz. By
pr so yard. aJso broadfelk At Gild- the largest trade in value for your I II Je.eler. 32 W. Church was about the car instead i age it by oskin' for expla- ;I windows in excellent lull loaton.. These Casement will ,I KISSIMMEE very attractv home. ]'I and age.water Special heater price includedGood for ga-, owner.
Floor sample Spinets and coo- tt I Ii
present piano.
FURNITURE WANTED-Call us before |I I one hal.tore.
denl. bring in nice Less than I 1 An extra good >
nations. rntal. furnished. i Wle.
from $495 UP. 10% dfliversAssociated : o' her. struction bedrooms .ae.
dow sell. Garland St.
you of $16.-
cash required on price I Sam Johnson .. 208 S.
GAS RANGE i
-"Grand. white porcelain Stores. Orange electric kitchen. laundry. garage trl.
525 N. 2-2367. '
I3 tore Garland.
Henson with : 82OOO DOWN OOPIXS
Ask for Zelma I
OOOOO
f1. Standard sue now Ave. Phone 530. I F-I 51. Houses for Sale 21 West 2ar large porch paved dr.t. 3
vaiiabie Bub7 Hardware 102 I FURNITURE Used stoves ice 47. Rooms for Rent Martie Wl1ams R.altr. I ..1 lru..t.. 'lois a""nln. An ORWIN MANOR SECTION Princeton N
near Orange 2
complete
W. Church. machines. Call 1106.I : tr l for builder. $13.50000 -
5. .
sewing !
PUMPS. WELLS. WATER SYSTEMS BACKSPIN DR. 2. New 2 bedroom tv"Uc. frame. tile roof; modern furnished apartments Price
I: sell. We pay "top" Se.eU- CHURCH ST., 431 E.-Small bedroom I : for Mr. Martin for Span
ORDEEetrl bench grinder' No down 36 j Thurmond Furniture prcel... W. Pine next bath: downtown- ; good and hobby room. Nice kitchen and DELANEY ST. (Just o!-i rewar : particulars. O. S.. S"C1 Realtor, 60 kitchen .It .lU stove refrigi 88000. Balance $60 monthly. Better
bath. New refrigerator. $6250. $25OO crabs heater. Some see this now. Don't phone
Complet. pa1ment Charles
comple\ .heel $14.95. St. Dial 4070. I section. Only $4 per .eek. I I frame home. Close schools. Pine: phone .atr
StM Co.. 2 E P Phone month to pay. W1.m Oake1. 59 j down. Owner. stores, churches: built in 1941. Good !I Eat I I other furniture: large elevated tot. I Chabot with A. T. Davis, 33 S. Main
N. ; 6332. OFFICE MACHINES and furniture. CLOSE IN-C03 Veryattractive 'I I 1 KALEY A 1 E.-3 furI 12 bearing citrus trees. block to tr5g4.
2316.GA E Lvlnntn sued including; separate :
Get our prices. Check with George !! T.l be. BEVERLY this sectionof heater roms.2 bedrooms living room. .I I nished :unfurnished. ;hard- bus. See Gould with Johacuut Henry.
and SHOREI rom. I wood : garage. extra Ali Broker 6 W. Church St.. 6545.
ROOFLiG-Galvanized. 6. 7. 8. S. St. phone offer 2 new and j
M.1 kitchen
R.MGES-CIty bottle Stu.r. ; dining
or gas. 1 IN-Large comfortable bed UsIu: I room bath condition (
.a' high broiler. Walter J. Wil- 9 ft. l.nith. A park apace always OLD GOLD-We pa highest COE with private bath and en bU each with 3 bedrooms I Plenty ot closets ctc. Hardwood fwrs|I ORWL' MAROR-Very attractive ; 92900 OOWsT bays this completely
cz. supplies since 1936. at Hardware for dIamonds. gold 8158'1 trance.rom and tile bath. One can be purchased life-time roof attached saraOe 73 iI i I KALEY SCHOOL SECTION blocks I 1 room Well boot, .;i furnished 2-bedroom home large
316 S. Orange Blossom Trail. 2-64. furnished unfurnished. Also a prewar '1 east. 2 bedroom frame bungalow buaal.
broken Jewelrp. teeth. or J'I ft.. frontase. Excellent nelehbrho. I floors Beai -I landscaped tot oa paved street,

GAS ENGINE-Foose 100 H. P. tOLLER SKATES-Super Speed ball I Berkmsn &Sons. 139 N. Orange. I CLOSE IN-Cool. airy. Inner springs. 3-bedroom bungalow beautifully I This house can be :i Nicely furnished Only $7000. Owner. i sonably priced. oeuP.. Ic- priced at $8.0OO "Speak to Spiegel." j-

T vertical. 4 cylinder per Western type bearing. Regular $t 95-special I T.1 or double bdl. 631 E. Pine I landscaped. All large lots Inspect ,:' 11.50 down balance less than rent. J i 1913 Chamberlln St. I. vestment Co. 49 Walte N. Orange Ave. I Whitney Spiegel Realty Co., Realtors. ,.i
Pine.Phone I WE BUY used furniture. Call us I these now. Robt. L. Pryde. Realtor. with Wm. Mathews with'I I .
Electric Co. specifications. KS 5401. $3 95. Knox Stores Co. 25 E bI St J'I I office 3356 N. Orange 7O6 Metcalf Bid* 2-3269.
fore selling Orlando Furniture 10r.1 M.nr
i I 668 N. Orange: 24596.COWNIALYOWNNice. J. Daniel Kolar. 206 5. Main. 2-4J88
Also one KVA. 68 KW 720 RPM. 2316.RERIOERATOR No. 2 store. 615 W. CLOSE IN First ; II LAKE CONWAY SECTION-Well al :I i
HEW
10 I I 2 BEDROOM HOME
Curch for lakeront 7811. The price will surprise I II Delightful
or
I|I cated. about 1 block from
220 volts. phase. 3 60 cyclealternating Home Freezer
wires. .
'
2-4883 Well : concrete j!
Roblson. : and I I' believe this | city location on spacious lot between
fuUhd. I you RwUMNORro
current generator 6 cubic ft. Regular I I Uttbd I ; I,, Conwar and public bach. On I
.lt Ne. WE BUY old sold gar- to be one my best otfenngs inrecent closet 2 lakes. 10 minutes from
!I Azalea Lodge room frame | street. close to .
sale price $195. DIMOND.
associated 9086. price. $264. Close out CASSELBERRV bumialo. I i shl. J
aceeurt. Ph I I II j Automatic floor furnace. V blinds.Owner downtown. Large rooms walk-througo
Maytag. 6 cubic ft. $279.50 regular ( net j.elr7 anUques Hotke'., American Plan Hotel; riding horses street near shol. bus shopping ___ i I churches and express office transferred Furnished. $12.-1 I I I: clothes closets. Screened
HOME F ZE Kelvinator price. close out $195. Natural Gas i 24 S. upstairs.I hunting in Winter center. There a porch garage. ; bunealow. Recently redecorated and I porch overlooking -

DOW Bumby Hard- and Appliance Co.; 1249 N. Orange. WILL BUY remove or saw your flhlne. .eason laundry rom: chicken house and I DUPLEX-CLOSE IN-Ready for occupancy in good condiIon. with 2 bdrom 50OWhiteBros._- 824 N.' Mi. 2-16.!:'I lake, floor coverings throueh-
ware. KlVtl Department. 102 pine trees. Call King Building and pen Shaded lot. 50x145 Due to ill : 2 baths srened i; ORLO VISTA-New 2 room cottage out Paved street and sewer. $9500,
W. ROOF COATING-Protect your roof 7267. CLOSE IN 16 N. Thornton. Single health owner has reduced price to >; in about 30 days. Cement ;,: ready for Price terms. $2 OOO cash balanc monthly
Lumber Company telephone are about 2 acres 82 fine bearing occupancy. ,
| |I
Curc from the weather. Only $2.50 for 51.10ns. tile, steel casement windows tile sills.tile $5. See lisle. Call Ben
and double Connecting bath. S65OO for quick sale. C. R. Emerick. I i citrus trees suitable for ', Phone 7583. j F. Field with H F
roml. expressshipments. _ _
FUEL A full tank is Each has two bed- 1
bath. side
HAIR CLIPPERS Professional. OUdden.REROEATORNe" On nfe.I home. 7348. Boland. Realtor, Carrigan Bldg.. 672
Private Realtor 610 N. Orange; phone ,!, W. B. I
> Have your tank 2336.ClEGE i Large well located corner lot. $2.0. trms. j! ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL, -
hand type hair clippers. $2.75. 9 ft. electric. | rooms. j I I!I tSii N. Orange. Ph. 2-4551.
Nicholson.
Bumby Hardware. 102 W. Church. Ferguson i i A larger tank Insures heat on coldestmornings. PARK-Room with p7 CITY LIMITS-..$2500 gives possessionof Brand new all electric kitchen equipment I S. M&! New 7-room house

ImedIate. 5 N. Terry: ph. 9752.R McGraw Fuel Oil Service. f.mi7. Reasonable. Phone completely furnished 5-101 and and space heaters included. I| 2-1619. ished MUt sell at once. Chance o TWO STORY attached garage FuFnished
HEATERS-Radiant city j jIADIO with $6300 HarI I I a L 9 cash. In : 2 bedrooms with bath
t71 aa OAK WOOD-All lengths $16 percord 6353 or bath bungalow. On paved .tret. near Price $15.500 cah. I 'I $,0. ana
Al one to fit -A few only at special. C10 this week onl7. Phone 4408. I school and bus. Balance payable like low 0. Fredrick. 118 N. Orange Ave. '' LAKEFRONT Winter Park. New of Orange Grille, 4 miles Urge closets upstairs. Venetians. Price
Appliance Co. 210 out prices. Knox Stores Co. E CLOSE IN 206 out. Owner. Frank $8750-but lirten.
N. Orange HcraA'enue. rent. King Real Estate. 30 E. Church. Dial 8188. masonry 3-bedroom home: very Dsl. Only Z25O cash

Ave. Phone 4537. Pine. Phone 23163.RoFNC210 37. and Soils I Rooms with mea1. .Adolnla 8.35.hOpn Sunday." > "It's Great to Live in Orlando." I: lara lot. You will love this one. Ask PAR AVE. 303 W.-I! Owner will carry mortKase for balance -

HOSPITAL BED-$40. Gas hot lb. thick butt shing- j j Fertil.er private baths : Roulstone. Realtor; Ph all yon need you will i- Sally Stone with C. B Davis.

heater. 30 gaL tank. $35. .ate, les eren. red. red blend. COLD SMOKE kills army worms or CLOSE IN-Liesirable Near j COLONIALTOWN SECTION-Nearly :I II DUBSDREAD 8ECflONLa'bedroom. ii j: 2-253 with this perfectly arranged home Realtor. 41 W. Washington: 7309.
Tel rom. 5-room home. Completely I fur- -
all new >
roofing
phone 4012. I and blend IS Ib.also felt. McCormick = ,I| chinch bugs in lawns and helps I Grills and shopping. Apply today I!I nished. 1-car garage laundry room i| 2 bath bungalow- j LAKE IVA"H ECblknorh off- Price Is 11.000 and the owner will THE LOT IS 100 x 150-The residence
sra
HOT WATEH :1 make quick comeback. The at 39 East Amelia. large pt"tare window I II I I This with14x21 give you the kitchen equipment Doo- -
HEATERS-3. o. 13. 20. log Co. 915 S. Divison St. Ph. grass bet j Owltneas y terms. Hampton j living rm Is frame strictly mews 2-
30 and 4O calioa capacity. Orlando and safest la W treatment. 508 Brook- I Broker. 531 N. Orange. I I House facing golf course on lot lOOxI i), living room and screened living therm beater, and may throw in a 3-bed-oon. nIce living room dining
ippUance Co.. 210 RADIO-New Crosley console automatic !I i haven Dr. 6314. i FRANKLIN ST. 730-Single rom 513.I I ISO. Entirely carpeted. Venetianblinds porch is ideal for couple. Nicely tarnished ,' few other Items, terms if desiied. room kitchen and bath. Probably the

Ave Phone I. H Orae phonograph combination BIGGER LOADS of better dirt. For i for eenteman. Comfortable. convenient gas heater, attic fan. This is 1 with new kitchen equipment i Exclusive with Frank Crebs. 5O7 most strategically parcel of properly
;
HOME FREEZER New. 6 Ian be bought for chale.. .Cental I I prompt service can Lee 2-0793. | !I the first offering of this home and : including Kelvinator. Attached Metcalf Building phone 2-1710 or for tasineK devetopeaent. right now
CLOSE home
in .
cubic Regular price. Eat. : Line. 1402 AVE712 Large bedk I I-Thrr.-ldr.. for Quick sale price is S13.5OO. Fred I I rage. 62 ft. landscaped lot. $ c'-I any broker.PRINCETON or in the future being offered today
rich Delivered. .
ft 126. i FILL and good top -j U distancei
out pries Co I RANGES-Electric and gas. A style Phone 2-4053. 51 j HIRT beds. 2 closets private : downtown J tol I G.rcl Broker. 118 E. Central; Ph I terms. Call Thelma Kmcaid with The prIce 818.500.00. exclusive. Pres-
i center. Corner
279.5O regular $15.. I cubi ft and model to please every house- screened rom. porch use of Bus. I shopping 4328.i I F. Boland. Realtor! Carrigan Build- SCHOOL 2 Mock I cott v. Steele. Broker. Ho phone calls
I kichen lot. A place will be delighted
to
195. Natural and Appliance Co. wIle. Prices .1 IcnU. get PEAT-Black dirt. myrtle. shrubbery i i7ardwork. grill and theatre. I you I ing. 672 N Orange: 2-4551. from Here is a home that is lam-, 45 West Central Avenue.
Ga ; AdIIU. call home. See Mr. Marlin with O.
of all kinds. Transplanting and all 1
a 249 N. ours before so LAKE 608 N. Orange Phone 1. I LAKE FRONT-Lovely. and quiet P. S.op. Relor. 6 East Pine; DT-Dbne-
and porcb
INLAID LINOLEUM Sale Srice. | 2-tt col :i DELANEY SCHOOL DISTRICT ; ) clean 2 bedrooms sleeping |

floors and sink tops.-Call Installed on ve.; Ph. 2-59. | TOP SuL.n Iraded. ersed. garage hours.room. Gentlemen Ideal man preferred.working I Brand new 2-bedroom home rn ished very well. Living rom. dining I living room dining room. bath lovely > GOLDEN HAS IT-
odd
2501 Edgewater Dr. Phone Avd07an ADIOS-Crosley and Fada. Conj j 2-0620.- 'I nice lot. Paved street. Truly a lovely., room, bedroom slepl. porch, plus: >i kitchen dinette, screened service-

2-1U. sole type and table models. Also Phone 6739.OKNOE I home for only $65. Sl] cash :! Sun prch. srenl classd. Bath. I porch, fireplace garage and fall Some of the best tourist courts and

IC REFRIGERATORS for $5O value. pnable. Bumby Hard.ar. 102 38. Plants. Flowers and Seeds i AVE 473 S.-Large living payment. Be sure thi home I I..U garage. Immediate pos- i floored attic that can be made into tourist court sites on 17-92 Hwy.A .
out Orlando Fur PARK New
the
do CLOE masonry !! 2 more rooms without raising
$3.50. before
4 windows beautifully you buy. Trade Swaid. session only $80 Contact Harold C. Golden. Broker. 1121 N. Orlando -
141
Co. W. ChurchSt. SHINGLES-Asphalt. blended colors. AZLS for $1. crotons. 50c furnished. Private bath. Get own consisting on of corner 3 bedrooms location. Six tile rooms bath. Luis Oesll Realtor. 143 N. Main Vollick Kolar 206 S Flame In The Woods I Main. 7811. blinds throughout new inlaid 11noleum :
Asbestos siding; wood shingles. : in room. Lovely quiet home. Winter Park.
LNNERSPRINQ mattress and double and Nebraska. $1 each. Australian pines. 25c each. :' brek.s I 2 screen porches. large lvll-1lna i I in the kitchen and dinette. |
Mill ORANGE AVE., 473 Beautifully room combination with i 2 blocks from College Park shopping
springs, both for Phone I fIrplace. i
punk each. Above are spe-i ;
coi. $3. SHNGL3 in 1 strip .hnle. elsIe f reeht:2: Colonial Nursery I i furnished. Nice home. Connnent. kitchen with plenty of cabinet and > LAKE FRONT-A perfect example of' center. Half block from bus. This is !

1.5. in jade Iren I 1506 East Colonial Drive. Day or week. _ .ork space. Extra large attached .a- DELANEY SCHOOL SECTION-Close I post-war construction and arpomt- a real home reasonably priced. S290O NEWLY PAINTED 2 bedrooms and
IC BOX-Automatic ': pu. prcel surface. Underwriters label i I :ST. and rage furnishing ample laundry and to stores and bus completely furn1 | ments. On finest chain of lakes. 2 I I Ii down. $5O month. Contact. Harold j sleeping porch: nice living room

Like. 2430 new. $0. Roofing Dept.. 2nd floor Sears { CALLADIUM. HIBISCUS. Sunmam !,' JAME. HOTEIout. Single. .ork space. Metal casement windowswith I ished 5 room house. Large and airy I i laige bedrooms. 2 baths. 1 tiled 1Cararra i' Vollick with J. Daniel Kolar, 206 S. I IMain. kitchen and dining room Furnishing

W. JeferlD & Co. 9813. cherry margold. zinnias. C. J. $6 week UP; doubles. Call 9253. Venetian blinds hardwood for. bedroom. most convenient floor Iplsna. J; glass: mahogany paneled 3811.PRINCETON. very nice Quiet neighborhood lots
IKONS-Electrial brat o Ave. I insulated ceiling and cutters Price furnished j: den with fireplace Parquetry floors. of shrubbery. S1O.5OO. half cash. Mr .
and
dIa *
TEEL $875.
cntro t.
.peda price $' M an Ne WIDWSomect. Steel | :: 'E :; sale. Cal Won- SUMMER'RATES Daily weekly roof. This house I built the way you cash will handle. Phone $50 2-car garage dock. et. Shown by i iappointment. SCHOOL SECTION Stone with C. B. DavU Realtor; 41

.
Beautiful singleor >I
monthly. rooms Huey with
ter"
Carter
would 9516. Jamerson and Car- W. Washington. 78O9.
der B. Lake it. about i Rb't
ales Co.. 100 W. Amelia downstairs L MD i baths overlookingLake .at OcUP.ne7 Lovely & room home on two expensively
tNTES-COM SYSTEM I ISHUBBEY double. private Oct. Price Harlow ter. Realtors, 70 E. Central.DUPI.EXSoutheaot Robert R. Tyre. 1 W. Wash
-Installed and Ph. 2-1442. Virginia near transportation; $12.75 ington. 6174. landscaped lots. Shade i GOOD INVESTMENT 3-bedroom
guaranteed. Call us for a free demo Large selection to O. Fredrick 118 N. Ave.. Dial j front, side and Fruit bungalow in College Park. Near
STUDIO COUCH Florence range; 5OO Chase Avenue. Phone W. P. 2 section. Excel-I trees rear.
5188.'Its I
Florida Business Equip- home. Musselwhite I lent also Large bedrooms, i it schools, stores box. With m hills
tUOA child's swings: other odds and ends for corner lot close to bus and I bearing citrus
Attractive young LAKE
roams LIve EOLA
5454. Co 310 N. Orange Ave. Fbone Mariposa and Oseeola ;2-3510. Nurseries 1 E. Princeton. I YMCA men.-Single or double. $6 and up. Great t In Orlaudo. schooL Concrete block construction. I bedroom home SECTION; 2 tile-Furnished ample 3- t Near school, and on bus route. Can work and fixing you can turn this
over and make
2 bedroom bat. liberal terms. Photo in money. Only 6000.
** FUNERAL DESIGNS specialty. Cut each tile bath steel arrange
.
KITCHEN "American SEAT COVE- "Tailored to fit. a and Cal 806.WASHNGTON COLLEGE PARK-Three b.droms. casement wlndo.unit. Price i closet space. schools show window at 20 W. Washington j Clyde McKenzie, Broker, 104 W. Central
EUN fibre. Auto corsages $1.50.I and shopping center. Price
kitchen .Il." Complete Lts. patern plutl fowen.. 2319 AVE.. 622 E.- D lifetime cODtrcton. fon. I liberal terms. Phone A. T. "Bu.te"'Carter. Ann Goodwin with Herman Goodwini $10,50O. I I Call Monarty with Joe G. Myers.Realtor. I : 2-4775.
including gink tP. convrible. wnon. Garden wedde"l Private bath gas floor bath. i !
Inlt value for Phone 2-1727. 9516. Jamerson and Carter. 8881. "Fine Homes. NEW MODERN. 2-bedroem bouse.
One
i Inc. Broker; 677 N. dial
Used entrance. Breakfasts arranged 5305. of It Is both and I Or.ne;
7 gracious Realtors
months. : 70 E. Central.
See at tlost. | wired for electric stove. Large
on day Orlando Seat Cover A SEEDS-New. fresh stock "Ferry's"sarden 'i 6855- PRINCETON SECTION Beautiful corner
134 W. srce. Priced at S15.OOO OO.
CITY or 3 upstairs. I.aclou. 15. tot. Wear .
stores school
Phn,2276.XTWAAlum duplex. Asbestos siding and bus.S4.200.00.
100 W. WashingtonStreet. and Rower seeds. Just L82 rom new :
CompanJ. reI I 100.00 will handle the balance un I EAST SIDE-Ten minutes drive from
and up. Oran.BI00m I : roof plumbing and screen. Cull or terms to responsible -
piece Crumly. 8454.SPORTS copper
ceived. Knox Stores Co. 25 E, Pine. Post Office
have
I
be we a five-room LAKE
:$7.95 : Trailer Park. Ph. paid at $67.00 per month. PrescottV. I I FRONT-Unique. 3-bedrooms. oak floors. 2 nice bedrooms, living < party. George King, owner,
set. Also EQUIPMENT MinniSac.nets Phone 2-316. | Ste.le. Broker No phone calls. I II I II i bungalow with approximately 3 acres 3 complete baths, space galore 1401 W. Washington St.
other small cost !
; appliances at lures, tackle. WyckoII's Hdw. j I 45 West Central Avenue. I| of land on paved road. Priced at ? paneled room, room, large kitchen-dining room _
to.clearance pre Orlando Appliance 524 Kuhl. .I IST 39. Livestock and Supplies j 47-1. Rental Agencies | I':I $4750.00 with good terms. Call Peter I porch, large kitchen :!:' combined, private baths 4 nice do- ; KEW. 2 BEDROOM BOOSE not quitecompleted
210 N. | nJ
Ave. Phone 4537. 1 COLNIAL TOWN-u.t.m'built, new Breen with 0 and v, maids quarters, attic I Ifsn. sets automatic gas floor furnace I inside. Large lot water
LAMP SHADES-Parchment and aUk. JENY-Hh pressure like j TO BUY-Livestock. Beef. LANDLORDS will supply you i 1 or unfurnished 109 E. Pine. Hara-More. 2236.o beating plant. This ii j'I electric water heater each side. Large [ electricity, near store, school bwt.
i
All sizes and styles. Johnson Elec- ne. years old. tb WANT hog. Best price Call ; desirable tenants free of cane oak floor tile bath. sink. To 0 i 1941 bungalow priced with terms to I corner lot. fully landscaped. 13500. t S2.3S5.00. Cash or terms to responsible -
original Ed 101 N. Main i I large 4 .drom.
rooms.
p Mayo. p.id and ebUcatlon. Just phone EST SIE' i terms Exclusive with Ben Weir
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trIo Co..23 E. Church Ph. eo.t. 2-4838. save money deal with owner. 1626 I: *. Ideal for large family. i Mil now. H. C Babeoek Jr.. with ( party George King, owner.
I vacancy. Gardner Real Estate Agency East Mount Vernon Avenue.CLOSE phone 4641 or 861$. 1401 w. .
Washmtw 5$
LAWN MOWEUS-.T &N- provea I 20 WHITE New Zealand and 10 '' 29 S. Court St. Phone 2-4481. I I Nice floors Life roof. Worth the Robert R. Tyre. Realtor 1 W. Wu-j I,
quality. W. stock > money $850O. terms. Loren ingten, 6174.
te BumHardware. heavy weight Chinchilla 2 bedrooms. I
i 1 Dunn
rabbit i i
b, 1O2 P. SI for sale RENTAL, SERVICE-Free landlords : large Iblokat. frame bungalow Broker. 6 N. Brown; 2-1269. ,
Curch. Wlt hutches and tenants. E. S. Burnett.Broker. prch. ; ROBINSON AVE.. EAST-Lovely nodem NEW
'i OARAGE APABTMBfT. Two
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AND SUPPLIES = Plan kitchen around the new j breeding huthea uniform with rental $15 a week. than i high CFkool. 3
LW OAI. your 37S Main. Phone 8-3Q63. EASTSWZR"-are-irnr I II bungalow near bedroom large 15$.
mower ho. sprinklers. American sink. New new construction. $60 or $325' 'I I 12-ar garase. Srhoolg. stores. Fur- and ,, LAKE VIEW-Owner transferred out I bedrooms, additional room suitable eO.000.00-l -
Complete deaen takes all sold before Tuesday. Also i i WE service : there Is I|I ef City. Says sell my con- ;i 50000 cash balance $25.00 month at
to. teauty. new features I HVi-RNA-U 12.50. 11 H.I KlttnlerRnlt7. a sleeping prh. breakfast for apartment. Owner leaving will sell 4'1 .
R R contc 29 A real chance. See Mr. Wind-
Pr Hardware Co. lion. new conveniences. Drawer odd lot utility stock and botches I ; 2-07.. rom and large I I crete block home. well located; largelivingroom < beautifully furnished for $18.000. ham
prch with O P.
silent. efiorUes cheap. Tulyval on Clarcona Rd.. V* i ii South Court Street. 1 $9.500. Terms available. Allen '! : large kitchen with tile Swope. Realtor. 60
ane. on plastic slides I Joh' Geo. H. Kittredte & Son, Realtor, gut
COLONIALTOWN SECTION Pine: Phone 5812.
Frame
i mile west of Orange Blossom Trail. [ ; .. : drain; 2-bedrooms: tile bath; atticfan
LINOLEUM Double wan sound deadened Resltor. 140 N. Orange. 8612
PASTE OriiT 2-3176.
Tiger i iEASBIE i
and gallons. Knox and dors. of pIece '! MOVE YOUR SHOW and race horses 1 I 49. Business Rentals I dining bunO.lo. Living modern rom. fireplace bath "Specialising In Hme ." I : attached garage. 75' front lot: I'I'i
Pt ; room
quan teeU rounded and quick :| trailer for best kitchen I I Venetian blinds Iclude. All for
{ .. E. Pine. Phone corners I results. Look i I and 3 of 2 bro furnished
I DOWNTOWN OFFICE SUITE-Fully ao.rr. bdros. $12.50000: terms. Williams. ORLANDO HOME-Well located edge
at this
cleaning. 2-horse
23563.LAtIDERS.Step. easy new combinationtraIler
150 I
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Walter J. Wilcox Inc. 61 Robinson: at Farr's Peel equipped. Box 573 S-Star. cot 2 c.r.aare. corner; 37 fruit I I Raltor. 21 West WashingtonSt. SACRIFICE-Due to a drastic change of city limits of Orlando: city advantages
E Ranch Ave. All for $11.500. unfurnished. I! trees Price $7500. terms. Courtney of plans calling for residence other near school
.t&ht extnlol Fouded Phone 22324. or unfurnished Frank 507 Metcalf Realty 392 N. Orange: Ph. 22471.EAST I I newly built
Kitchen stools chat: foldn 1318T I FNIH offc. Cr.bs. Building, I than Orlando the owner of this and completely furnished with new
chrome FOR work horse 2 E. Central Avnu. phone 2-1710. outstanding instructed to
stools. Mills SAI ; saddle $1 2 MILES New 2-bedroom I I home us equipment real bargain at 17.oon
LAWN hore. on set heavy breeching.complete I[ D. Rddle. home S lots good soil, near find a purchaser Immediately. Excellent on terms. McKelvey. 64 K. Central.
types. PARK-Recently ; LAKE of 2 bed
SRINKMaO ; one heavy set bar- COLLE conatrct Honest half I FONT-D.emll I location beautifully landscaped
$1.75 far value $4.750. cash. Broker.
Co 25 I 50. Wanted to Rent frame I.ke'l ,
E. Pine. Phone 23163.LUVavned.Strea CLEANER-Kerrtck. Has lust ness complete; 3 .addle. at the 3-drom ad. Broker. 306 S Main: 7325. I e running corner tot. 1OO x 128 ft., first-I
reconditioned Hol Barn. W. J. Howe Company Howey- bath and kitchen drains New electric into Urge nl't' in select residentialsection I class masonry construction 2 screen- > COLONIAL BOOSE-3 bedrooms 2

4 $1.95. South leI Chevrolet Co.. 115 W. Central ln-the-Hills. APT OR HOUSE-Furnished. Busi- kitchen equipment Iclude.I EST SWE rooms and bath, large City on pve ed porches with tile floors, spacious I' baths, powder room, maid's qusr-

Stl Sal. 100 W. Ame Ave. I| nes couple and 13 year old slit I I Price. $970. terms. Mr. Bran' living room with I!I road. This .l make a u living room dining room, and kitch- ; ten and bath. Completely furnished
lia; ph. FINE.GENTLE. 70un. small horse. pay eo rental. Permanent resi1 1 Inc., Broker. 677 fireplace; kitchen with built-in features [ front See Hale Dean with with bath downstairs. 5 large |I with mahogany period furniture All
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not quite broke for rIding. $50.00. 1 dents. 8351 7 to P.m.. ask j 1 Orange: 9855. screened front porch service I! Bettes Investment Co. 25 W. Washington en electric kitchen; curtains and drapes.
LUMBER, 1 i 3 baths 2-car I
all bedrooms and upstairs.
kids reasonable. Also fine. good riding 1000 lb.mare. porch half
cenoD. uei4 I| for Mr. Brenner. block from bus; $75OO Phone I $2SOOO. Shown by appointment only.
A&ab ILHOUETTES-Many designs decorative $75.00. W. Washington84t CITY LI1Ibust outld. on paved King Real Estate. 30 E. Church 8435. 81.I garage with servant's quarters adjoining I Pb. 6614
Ina for coops fence Made of aluml- APT. OR HOUSEFurne 1 or 2 I| bungalow. Quality furnishings were |
chkl .treL Open Sunday.
&el.
etc. 007 11.0 w Also 55 gaL nurn. .Iouete.. nleral, 84t couple. Blok garage. 2 years blok.. $625O with I I LAWSONA BLV. 2 bedrooms purchased for this home only a few YES 81000 cash buys home Best Bee
wood up. to flled .lt Co. ; Pet I QUIe. references. Reasonable. Call '; possession. C. P. Shum- i EAST SIDE-Just outside of city I glassed concrete home months ago and are included in the rent. Large lot well located among
S S j Stock and Imedl.tf
LAMPS LANTERJJS-Complete.' match Koz B I ( Supple' Mil. 4161 Ext. 5. : 140 N. Orange; : limits. Near bus and store. 5- oak floors. Must selL 1250 do.n, price of $35.000. See Mr. Little with home owners. Insured good neigh

A Pn. 2-316. I i HOME WANTED fur- R..lor. 2-382.I room bungalow. Completely furnished Monthly payments. Re.ltr. Harold Shepherd Realty Co., 20 E. bors. Write Box 464 S-Star.
kerosne. Gasoline AW SETS-Pistol grip saw sets. COCKER SPANIEL-Pedigreed ARC. : bdrom COLLEGE PARK-Modern 3-bedroom electric kitchen. 160 ft., corner 32 E. Pine: 6631. Washington St. Phone 5124.
camp stoves. s Hdw.. 2524 Made by -Stanley." $1.65. KX I! Black. 16 months old. Orange BIo nhe. Will pay &0 ; home of cement block construction lot. Price $1.5. terms Julia LOTS OF NICE HOMES-Priced to

fnhl. Stores Co.. 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-316. I I som Trail to Webers Corner left t I hpneJ ; located on lOO-ft. 2-car LJr.dberc. Wlt. 2-O818. i SUBURBAN 10 acres"farm three sell. Some ctaee-ln. some furnished:
garage.
LUMBER- I Lake Holden Gardens left to RESPONSIBLE COUPLE-Wants to lot miles from town on paved road. $5000 up. A. w. Moore with Walter
Building A
mtra hard- SPACE HEATERS-Oil burning. All 1uto roof. leaving city. EAST-4 rooms. 2 screened porches LAKE VltW Bass. :17 .
I New S.
I house right. bungalow on large Nice two-bedroom house an modern Orange.STOPLOOK93y37
on home.
ware. New low de sizes for immediate Orlando rent house suitable as guest $ ; terms available Allen John- I bath.
deUvr.
pre. storage room: lot with lovely view of lane lake. conveniences furnished electric
bren.a7. refrigerator
lvr. Ph 5754 P C..u Lumber Appliance e Orange DOG FOOD Kribbles and X-cel; doc Year lease. Box 470 S-Star. I son. Realtor 140 N. Orange" ; 8512. best tnstrcton. 2628 E. Jefferson.EAST Bus lenlc. all utilities. Only $1.- washer, etc.. horses chickens
Ave. Phone 4537. remedies and snppliea. Orlando REFINED BUSINESS COUPLE mid- I I "Specializing In Homes. .1 .
I i SOO.OO. cash balance on deferred payments cows farm implements included
LUMBER Dry framing; sheathing; SAWSWappat portable electric. A Heel Store. Dial 2-3524. I die aged wish apt. or small house. ; is a dan SIDE-3 of $75.00 Total In price ef 10500. terms. Lorraine
pr month
siding; flooring; finish. Smyth da delivery. Wil- DALMATIAN at stud. ch. junior We are yearly. Suburban okay. Ph CLY. S.SECION-Tl : and bedroms complete1 57.50000. with Hoffman with Clyde McKenzte. 104
living and S2.841
Lumber Co. N. Or.nl and Railroad. I.dwk: Keiser. 709 N. MIlL ColoDialtown. -I Nigel of Stock-Dal Crickets.Acre 2-1107. ,i dining .rom.bdroms oak all i lot with garage and : room. A ,0. P. Be. Realtor 6 East Pine W. Central: 24775.SOUTHEAST bays down 5-room and modern S56.93 frame S month
MAIL phone 5136. Kennel. P. Long wood. Fla. Utilities 2 I for : ; Phone 5812. bungalow
BXua$2.25 and UP.> i I WANTED by employee: through 2-.r garage 4-rom I I very comfortable excellentcondition. i 5-room famished on Urge lot with attached

City. Smyth Lumber SWING MACHINES Factory re PINT pUppI10 weeks old. I' bedroma near Ivanhoe plant. TeL bath apartment above. right Screened prches attic frame bungalow: city water electricity garage and large screened porch

Co.. N. Orange and Railroad guaranteed like new; portable Realtrd. good 2-16. tel Roper Realty, Church and I f.O Venetian blinds I large lot. 40 nice citrus trees; Near school, stores and baa Includes

MATTRESS-New. cost 26 inches and console. Al Wiggins: 6247. bredmc. each. 288 W. Morse I ; 23433.CETA Terms. Cal Lee Crawford with LAKE FRONT-2 bedrooms or possibly good place to raise chickens, raoMt SOOT furnace store and Venetian

by 6 ft. (o$10. New 19$22 hole diggers Park. APARTMENT OR ROUSE-Furnish- AVETEl Robt. L. Realtor, 663 N. Or- I 3. large living room kitchen. etc. Price $695O. with term C. R.Emerick. blinds. Priced to sell! Call Mr. Brown

dias. $25; card table $ encnloP Irn ToLP\ weed &ovel ed. Year round. Pone 2-4725. -Attractive ange; 2-4596. kitchenete. bath etc. Realtor; CIO N. Orange; Ph. with Stimpson-Staton. Metcalf Bids.

$2; tub. contest electri. Lucerne -. hoa a"es forks trimmers.cutters rake.. TROPICA FH-Aquarlum.. Ilattle. aqua$2 a I I I beneath buit spreading frame bungalow.branches.ht.1 for. 11 Hard.o! 7348. Phone 5159.

Circle. Apt. 4. 252t KuhL dozen. C. Bill. 1226 WOULD YOU BE willing t. vacate great oak tree; 2-bedrooms ''at. 4 rooms and bath. SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL.-Large cypress -

MAIL BOXES ....Glass visible TABLE LAMPS Indirect light for TROPICAL FISH New shipment ,, your 3bedroom. 2-bath. well heat- 'I screened porch. Attached EAST SIDE Close in. wen located complete. Now only $3000 cash I sided bungalow. S spacious
boxes with aluminum m. of 5OO. Angels ed home for 3 months. n I with to school bus line and community I reued. B.laDc easy. Yon m. 2 glassed-in porches. Excellent -
Give away price $145. ou -Rosy |, laundry; tile bath and drains. rooms
Nothing t rust. $1.95. Knox Stores radln. Co.. 141 and 615 I I Barbs.: Swordtails. = : cents.Colorful I rusty and March in return ::::'' Kitchen equipment included. Price I stores Frame 5-room bungalow with I this property and walk condition. Large 2-car garage 51-1. Lake County Property

Co.. 25 Pine. Phone 2-3163. W. Church St. Platties. :20 cents. I rental price Call Miss Fisk 1 $10.5OO Sammie Francisco. Realtor. front porch service porch and sleeping around if yon so desire. Te prop Lifetime asbestos roof. Furnished _
I I Harra-Moore. 2-2380. porch. Price includes refrigerator erty Is vacant and you completely* Only S13.0OO. terms. Weir LAKE FRONTAGE Groveland. 3-
MOVIE I Harry Coster. 138 Rldgewood Drive Room 4. Central 7407. $895 I
BeU TILE your and kitchen in rust Acade. the entire at bedroom
PRCRla M bat off Lawrence Avenue Winter Park. Ph I water heatr. and property once. The System. 628 E. Pine; 4641. home with electric kitch
and Ho.el als snra vloh proof ; free estimates. : 51. Houses tor Sale CLOSE IN-Furnished. 2 ; er. Harlow G. Fredrick. 118 N.heat-I, address l 701 Terac Blvd.. 1 block en. l'a baths plastered walls new
SUbur's 23 Central Florida Sales 2323 N. Orange. AT STUD -3 Cocker Spaniels buff. !! I city $ bdrom., ange Ave.. Dial from the Lake Aparment. SOUTH New frame bungalow: 5 ly redecorated large basement with

MEAT GRDZ1 Vs gS Enter- Dial 6546. honey and black. Champion bred. ADAIR PARK-6 rooms (an large). Betty nnr lnusBr :: ? 3 N.Orlando I "It's Great t 818. Orlando." I It you want to in. rooms bath 2 porcnes. Fresh neat laundry equipment .Lots of closets
I
prise. P.etcUy new. Reasonable TABLE WARE Royal streamline registered AKC. Mrs. Carl Moss. 2631 :I Large screened j Ave.. Winter Park. 618. j jI appointment JI' Mathews. 2-4388 and well built. 3 lots corner. Will This is first class property with aood
lrlhe 1
price. Can ; Willow Ave.. Sanford: Ph. 462 W. prc. or Kolar Exclusive finance well. Price. $725O. Jim M.Caidwcn fishing and
stainless steeL fork* ; home. Oak floors. I bathing right at
5.IE i I II ? your
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Knv. I Cl7 I COLONIALTOWN Only a few EAST SIDE-(Cloce In) Lovely 2 b-I
; blo. e Main. door.
with Asher Peter, Realtor. $10.500.
BEAUTIFUL terms.
) EQUIPMENT h p. Evtn- poons. etc. In sets op.tok. German P duP and paved Price $12.650. from shopping center. room concrete block home :120ls Photographs in
? 196 model with custom Knox Stores Co. 2: E. pies Iron best blood Mortgage of S7OOO. Payable $60 per I I| H story. 3 bedrooms. liz 1941. Extra large but I I 70 E. Central: 2-0786. office C B. Davis. Realtor. 41 W

built 13 ft. boat Trailer 2-316. I America. 6 weeks old. Ready for de month Wilbur Strickland. Broker; car garage lifetime roof oak ete"j ventIlation H : I LAKE FORMOSA SECTION-Short SUBURBAN-Immediate possession, Washington. 7809. See Mr. Bransn

included. Ph. C.1 Calt-uEDe VENETIAN BLINDS days de1"r.Wh7 lvr. Top show stock. Cal or write Curch; 6675. oil best. 2 fleplae. 5 citrus out full tile bath oof''rIro" I distance north of the Lake on I Country privileges with city con- ir.- office 10 till 12 Labor Day
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Supper Club. Ph. 8HI4. Lke buy cheap blinds Bird. Box 838 Fla. Large Vacant large all electric Screened brick street. This is a .i room I veniences. We have some houses for I

can st the best for just a few cents Phone 93 Green. $75. right in. Price 116.50 mov to I porch and kIthen garage Central house in need of r.pal Smefurmture G L or civilians. $7500 and under. I 52. Groves for Sale

OIL RANGE-Florence. Table top. more Made in Orlando by Charles ANGEBTLT settle estate or an offer'for heat. House completely furnished 1 is The | Check our list C. U. Taylor. Broker. !

porcelain. S burner. Immediate at 1802 Edgewater Dr.. ph. 2-5. 41. Poultry and Supplies a little less will take it. See Geo. I i with red maple furniture. Venetian $5.500 may provide a real opportunity -| 2516 N. Orange: Ph. 5644 or 2-4377. GROVE OR SUB-DIVISION Just

delivery. Ter arrance&Walwr J. VACUUM CLEANERS "Universal" Frame two bedroom and sleeping F. Brass Realty Co. 1 E. CentralAve. blinds. Lot 65 x 135 beautifully land- I for a person experienced in reconditioning ,i j SUBURBAN -Close-in, outstanding, outside city limits on large lake.

Wilcox. I E. Robinson. Pounded an Bmcby Hard BABY CHICKS Tuxedo Feed Store. porch furnished open rear porch Ph. 2-3155. scaped. 7 citrus trees and rare houses McNntt-Heacley. j jI I 1 modern block bungalow on landscaped 10 acres of mature trees, Run down

1938. .lt 102 ataehent. U. S. approved Pullornm tested screened fronprch electric tthen CONWAY 8EC'1iON-WeekenUi- .hrubbr. Underground sprinkling I Realtors. 1 W. Washington St. plot. 2 large bedrooms, : house $18,500.
I
wae.VENETIAN Churc. best costs 906 W. Church. 2-2821 or 7336. Lot 10,15 t at once I 101 I ciaL New frame bungalow on S I'I'I and front yard. This I I Phone 508.LNCASTR. screened porch fireplace, oversized j' Gardner's Real Estate Agency, 29 8.

OUTBOARD MQTOR-New 10 BLSTe W. Central. BAY CHICKS New HamPhle have cash. acres good garden Only home must be seen to be appreciated. garage, Venetian blinds and awnings, [ Court. Dial 2-441.
Evinrude. Orlando Welding Co.H. Orlando.no more Ph. Adam blo tatd. Wayne ed. I I Hall Bros. Agency. Realtors. 112 N. V.land 15.l Immediate possession. Price 116.0. floors carpeted. Priced right. $$..000.Exclusive. .
955. 300 West Robinson. Orange Ave.. TeL 3189. cs.. Haol. Raltr. terms. Jamerson and Carter, Ra" PARK New masonry HastIngs Realtor 62'j E. INDIAN RIVER HAMMOCK Grove=
elude one and two burner type WATER SYSTEMS-Complete stock Phone 5663. tors; 7O E. Central: Phone 3 bedrooms full tile Central JArcade ._4237. 10 acom. all wnespple. oranges
"nby Hardware. 102 w. Church. for farm or home. Farm & Home I j CLOSE IN-Splendid 3-bedroom bungalow (Buster> Carter. 9516. A I i bath :idUdl boards tile windowsills : SOUTHEAST Attractive 10 years old. $16.000. C. B. Davis,
Machinery 430 W. Robinson Ave. BAY CC U. S. Pullornm test- very nicely and fully fur- bungalow; Realtor. 41 W. Washington
:
e windows large JT8O9
OUA MOTRaler for C. .tok Ied.t or future de : ADAIR PARK Frame 3-bedroom nished. Garage. Landscaped. I ; I 2 bedrooms, sleeping porch garage, j _
th.en Flambau. and WARDROBE TUK-I good condition livery Feea : home that was built in 1941. 2 Terms. Realtor. $1.50.. garage. well landscaped lot workshop gas floor furnace Paved !
5p-.Kmb"a Service. ; $25. b sn at 1507 1 I Orlando X-cel Store.puU suppUea. I screened porches attached garage C.vnau.h. FERN CREEK SCHOOL come fruit near school and lake. I I street An exceptional buy at $8500. j
$W. Washington. Ph. 24503.OIL Virginia Drv. !I FRYERS large lot. Allen .ohnn CONWAY SECTION New concrete tar three bedroom SectonPe Only $38OO cash required and assume i{ furnished. Exclusive with C. P. SBumway. i THE TALKING GROVE This 35-
$1.0.
HEATERS-"Allen" American WHEEL BALANCING UNIT Bear; Winter-Garden Third houseonrIgljf I Realtor. 140 Or.ne; "Sp block house. 2 bdrom. wood the best materials in 1941. Asbestos $9600 4mortgage.. Payable $62 ,> Realtor; 140 N. Orange; dial acre grove really speaks for itself

Sunflame and Monogram furl oil $175; Kings General ; Tain. Rad. on Cottage clalizlng In floors screened prch. nicely shingle siding oak .floors, large monthly. McNut-Heas.y. Realtors. 2-3282._ being located in the famous Golden
heaters In several sizes. Knox Stores Service. baral St. T I! finished inside. Venetian near closet tile bath screened porch. 15. W. ; 510. Triangle section. You win realize It

Co.. 15 E. Pine. Phone Stat N. H REDS-3 to 1 week w. I bus line 160. terms. W. K. Price. Corner lot two car earage near n I SOUTHEAST- 2-bedroom bungalow. bee the Proper son and weather con
old
2-316. WATER HEATERS-Table top. 30 gaL N. I Real South Orange Ave. Attached garage. On corner plot ditions There
Hackl: 25 Kentn. Drve off Estat. school .tor. Cash and LANCASTER PARK New are over 2.3OO trees
OUBA capacity. Immediate Orlando Ph $3.0.0 con"rt Owner has purchased a larger home
10TRUle. A deUver.. Ilchl..n. ATAON SPRIGS f385.'CE assume mortgage of $8.000. ttal block 3-bedroom tied and will sell furnished for $7SOO with nearly all of bearing ace. all early

Marine. 2'o N. Or.n.Orlndo Outbrd Applane.. C Orne N. H; REDS.3 54 weeks old. 200 2-bedroom home. Casselberry. Beau IN-blocks from Orange 11..0. I you .1 Inspt bath and drains. Floor furnace. 'S v> cash. Key at office. Exclusive with oranges on sour root stock. Dandy
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Av. Rk. week old. Other tifully stery frame wen built. 3 bed wi .ereabl7 S.e Reg ft. lot. $3.750 down buys this $1.- C. P. Shumway Realtor 140 M. crop *"* n you 'want to see some-
PLT 'OR&-Ollatovea. WOOD WORKING equipment furhe$10.0.Bome Moffat with O. P. Swope. 750 home. Stripling with M. Orange ; thing really good Uus
GL com ates day to 2 weeks old. Just the rooms. 2 baths. Plenty of income pos Realtor 1 ; 2-3282. I! see JeweL Only
and bridge. met ice box. table plete with bench motor reason Lake O' Te Woods Chick Co., Highway type of property aC. .f most buyers want. sibilities. Lot 15x49. $10.000. King 6 East Pine. Phone 5812. After of- Moss Broker. 132 8. Main; phone )' 25OO; for crop and all. or may sell

Store furniture. a able 920 Kentucky Avenue .761 MX mile north of Maitiand. We have 2 properties with this de I Real Estate. Church; 8435. fIe hours call 2-4080. 6977. SUBURBAN Just off Edcewater ;;: half Trade with Swaid. Louis Geeslii.
kIds nat to Pat OffIce! I Winter Park.WA NEW "Open Sunday." Drive extension. 30-minate bus, !: Realtor. "Specializing in Groves,"
Maitlnd. RMpSHE PULLETS 20. arpUoD city water. 2 bedrooms 100 ft. tot. i I I 143 N. Main: 2-1444.
POULTRY PAPER-New supply just re- 7 weks Ver reasonable. W. MI SE. South. Roomy 2 $3250 cash. Mr. Lane with
NETTING Garden and I ISO For an rooms. Long wood. Fla. Call our Altamonte Springs office. FERNCREEK SECTION-2-bedroom .IHPII porch bun Herman
yard tools ceIve pattr. Lke S. Goodwin. Inc.. Broker,
mail boxes galvanized Stre .. 2 E. Fine. Phone Homer Bevel M.nee Winter S rooms and frame bungalow built In '41. Oak Cabs Large hYna room dining I 9855.VIRGINIA 677 N. Or-
CNWAY-Pmllhe. ange:
tub bucet. Economy Fnnutur c- 23163.WAXJohnson's. 45. Apartments tor Rent Park. 8394Huckel"e.l. Lree pi. ground. Some for. large living room. Complete rom kitchen and breakfast nook. 14 ACRE GROVE-On a small deaf
Cufh: 921. chicken <-d. Well worth the Including modern all- across the front screened and DRIVE SECTION-2-bed lake with ideal homesite All bear-

PUMP electric deep and shallow and liquid wax.Glu-coat Free use P&.ax of AMERICA ST.. 120-Couple will share Realtors. 118 X. RObinson price of $6200. See Mark with gas kitchen. This must be sold at I service porcb. Price rooms sleeping porch frame LnV*** Pineapple*. Parson Brown,

Y payments nothing polisher day with 98c eletrc pur large ap.rment 2 bdromc with ; d 2-3753. Geeslin. Realtor 143 N. Main; LUi.j once. $7950. Stripling with M. J. $10.500.00. Bettes Investment Co. 23 bungalow. Good condition $85OO. SeedlIngs and grapefruit. Warm location '

little as $5 per dow- one Co.. 25 couple. for. rooms. $9 a Moa Broker. 132 S. Main; phone W. WahltoD. Phone 8513. $2SOO cash balance terms. C. C. GarletU. near UmatiUa. $18.000. See
Stores
many Well Drilling mnI cbas or more. Knox week. i 697. brokcr,912 N. Mills. 2-1747 Harry E. Morse & Co.. Realtors. Kusstls -
E. Pine. Phone 2-3163.
Winter Garden Rd.. mile east of JEFFERSON: : COURT HOTEL and CLOSE IN-East. 4 blocks from Or- FAIRVTLLA miles out) Furnished NORTH SECTION-Practically new WINTER PARK-2 story frsme.3 I Fla., for coed bays mi Citrus

Orb Tlsta. Orlando; phone '7087 WATER HEATER-Kerosene. Complete 2-room apartments available. Sum ALTAMONTE SPRINGS 5 room anse T l It. 2 bedrooms frame. I rooms and bath Large lot pave masonry bungalow. Big lot and bedrooms IVi baths son deck. Insulated :, Groves.
with fittings- Very
PORCH ROCKERS ran mer rates. home of asbestos shingle lovely location. Furnished. $12.50O. roof
-High back. contrc i like Close to bus Itet City Pr.reducd Venetian blinds floo-s | 30-ACRE GROVE 90
Grail at cost FuT able. 2109 Oregon Av. I lion 2 bath :; I II terms Phone A. T. Carter. 9516 newly sanded acres unproved
$4.95. Orlando LAKE DOT 3-room : bedrooms: I and ea.Se' cash. Loren $4500 for quick sale. : i in excellent condition.
suture Co.. 141 and 615 W. Church WASHING MACHINES Standard efficiency C. 63-Utilities !i screened p" Also nice masonry' i Dunn. I : Term a.alable. KIn Real Estate. Jamerson and Carter, Realtors. 70 Large corner lot. Priced to sell $11.- J.OOO 021'h boxes. Priced HEstimated at 832.000. crop
St. and spinner type for Immediate arent. i house with I 2-1269. i E. Central. 750. Ask for Wm.
I 30 E. -Open Sun R-861. Harold B.
furnished. 2-101 Readier.
$60 j &o.e COLLEGE PARK Older 3-bed 8t3. p. Broker 28 E.
moth ; Curch. Washing
PAINT-Which gives a devr. Orlando Appliance Co. 210 II No pets. Adults only. Phone Ot. 1t.. I bath. Beautifully landscaped home that is in tp condi- day. NORTH-Weil located on paved Conflict Realtor, 37 W. Central. ton
plaster like finish. bautfu Ornc Ave. Phone 4537. I with oak and palm $15.000 00. rom. I street. This neat attractive 2 bed WEST SIDE
See res
I ] LINCOLN APARTMENTS-189 Morse ; i Screne porch breakfast room. OODDARD AVENUE-2nd house on 1 -2 bedrooms, baii'egarage
and Nebraska.PIPE J FOR SPECIAL TYPE of furniture Winter Park. 1 and 2-bed 11 Cal fo L A. Bryant 1th Manic i Br. pnh. lear terse $IO. right Five rooms and bath. City I room partially furnished. 4 acre $3-5OO. Wall, mile 53 Acs'eag for Sal"LAKE
Bvd. 21 Wash
and fittings. .lark andj&p- can Pine Castle Variety WorksPh. rom Janitor service, Wiams. Raltor. Wel. Johnn. Realtor. 140 Or water. electrte. Priced to sell Quck_ $2800. hal' Call Thelma Kin- I west Tinker Field. Vineland Road.
I
Also valve. Florida Pipe 2-2571 I! water steam heat. Year round Ieton Strt Phne ante: 8612. Specializing I Hom. HOLDEN HEIGHTS-Just outside city cald Boland. R.altor. Car- WINTER PARK. 920 Kentucky Ave Jg84Up.pronge, 3300 acres

Co.. 4 Church; 6118.FTjMPS CALL US for ebme bookcases or Summer rta Adults Win- limits. Practically new. 2 bedroom rican Building. 672 N. Or.nle nue. Furnished modern, frame two a wonderfal investment at $10 per
made fit Prompt | ter Park on. construct -4551. acre. Exclusive with Joe Tinker, atCenSal81"
ST.-Ma.D bedroom
ADEN large
-Centrifugal for grov"and t a17 opnla. 1161.I I concrete brick nicely living room, hardwood -
constrcin
pump service. Pe Castle Varety Work 1 i WINTER ap.rent berom. COLLEGE PARK- S NORTHEAST-Beautiful 2-bedroora floors. Venetian blinds **, Broker' 4a> W'
far I I tl17. lndapd.
1.atlol fumlse. Baut
Pp ph. pAKro A prvate. kithen. i concrete block home.
&_Supply 6 Church; > Utilities Uvl rm bat bU .tr.I Desirable screened porch automatic oil fur
lald. school. .
PLUMBERS 818. CALL US for information on; the I W. Mor .. phone pt 33 I'' 15. Lat. Jamerson .an 12 bedrooms larger than average living 175. terms. Chabot neighborhood. 1695. Part cash.White nace and water heater in attached ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL The
2 FN Lead root new plastic top kitchen cabinet.Any !I 4 ROOM 213. ,1 15. Crr. room with fireplace dinette *. 33 8. Mal P 6S29. OpecSonds' Bros 824 MI 2-16. arage. Beautiful lot. priced right choice ctoset-in 20 acres. 128O ft
fiansea. : APARTMENT E. Phone .
plumbing Il supplies. Pipe fittings '. cl de Made to fit any |i i children accepted. Call- Prhe :! R..ltn'Carter.Centra A I alasaed ran prc. ,ar.e. sidewalk 2 tit S i NORTHEAST A most attractive by owner 761 MX. highway frontage nearest Orlando

I Hdw.. 2524 KuhI.PLYWOODBeautifully. P Calo Variety Work i 1900 Division St. ate P. Balter and sewer Ol unpaved aeL concrete block home with 3 spacious WINTER PARK-Prewar 3-bedroom Cleared high tend. Priced to sell
8 i BEVERLY SHORES A framebungalow. terms. Jim M. Caldwell
Ph. new near and with
Asher
shol. on a nice
.1res. HOUR GLASS LAKE 3 from. brom. corner home on
j le corner tot in lake
blok. Tie
grained I Oak floors. Floor fur Peter. Realor.! 7o E
$9.530. show this. Central 2O786.ft .
dar for panelling. 4x8 e. MOVI for the he. News pa- ]I' .6 Houss for Rent Full bath. 1-car Completely furl.he 2-bedroom living room Knowles section. Fruit tres. l an-
nace. tile garage. ,
and Nebraska. &et 'ade adventure. travel 1 Hal Br. Agency. Raltor 112 N. home 1 year .breeze- place. Heater rom Oak floors. Cit- cry and sewing room, 1't baths ACRES on paved Golden Rod road
cm. Price .
Realtor ,..
MU '. Camera LOVELY $U. Rz-Me01 A TeL Near and $11.500. terms. about 6 miles from
SoP 101 furnished 5-room home on 589. ray Ve nicely landal. Frb r. &oplnl. Rhol. Call for appointment. Orlando: high
128 N.
I PAINT-$5.50 gaL outside paint fo Orange. Call 2-1515. lake. Boat privileges couple i Oanle: lois art & Well rnance. Cal R1 Lennon Ben F. Fields with H. F. Roland, land. lots of large trees. nccwKHT.

$4.50. Other bargains. Arnold WE HAVE IT at the store next preferred. Year's Ipa.rtre$125. good condition including new washing wIth Mer. 11 Realtor. Carrigan Bids. 672 N. Or- and the best bargain we have had at

Str. 4O7 S. Orange. 278. the Post Office. t I For appointment phone 518. BRADSHAW TRC2-b machine stove and nfret. or home phone anse: 2-4551 or Winter Park S40-R. $545. Terms $100 down and sis

POWER MOWERS-Clinton. 4 cycle" te clocks lalad bra. cop ORWIN MANOR-2-bedroom furnished house eIletl7 fue. t CITY LIMITS-6-room frame bunga Owner must leave ORWNORBauUUUY built WINTER PARK-Near college and momh. McKelvey, Broker -Room 5,
whirl wind t7. $162.50. Used electric antlueL eluding ki1hen. Ner al I low. Fully furnished gas and elec leaving new lawn mower, new lardenhOe. tile school. This ix 64 E. Central Ave*

power mowers. $- Orlando Weld- pr. items new aut par maO hous.Ave..Electric Winter kltheD. 1523.,I stores and bus le. O.n.r leevinl,I tricity. 1-a garage. Quick occupancy. garden tools and 8 hens that floors. A tl.2-bedroom rof.home with in a nice 5-room really frame a good house buy I t'e AOBLS fronllnc '100 ft on large
in": phone ul. town. For quick $ I For terms see ready to eat. Near stores
9.pUml Pc. 5.8. are bus floor furnace. Large living room with Screened Porch and lake Flee mIles east of
2-ear
SEARS STR FIXTURES-All metal si FURNISHED HOUSE-In Or- $ cash balance good terms.W. ; James 1317 huh and schools. $7950 garage Ifg Winter
:;: Practical .5 I terms. fireplace. V.r large corner lot Price furnished for only $9500. terms. Call Park $1 $00. 'I 3. Undorif. Realtor
eler. and display tableLPdlen in cxcnanee for Gale.rle Nicholson Realtor. 1 S Ka I Blvd. "PPt ACLRB DP" J. Daniel $ $ mortgage, I Bin Douglas with 2-3963 or 4737.Continued.
Cmplt wt aa tanL Orange Blossom Trail and I'I rentaL Sept. 19. 1419 2-1619. 7588. Ph Harol Volt wlt. Kla. rue 1.5 H. F. Boland. Real-
HeD 6t Ph I cash. .
Realtor $
1022 3t 2 I I 21 a 1&n ialant. I or. Carrsean Bldg. $73 N. Orange,
2-1 Robinson dial 2-3753.
18 E IPhone 2-4532. [ On Next PaieJ9r1unb


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53 Acre-are for SaleS f 55. Country Property for Sale j' 58.Real Estateanttd I' 60. Business Opportunities Mister Breger 75. Used Cars for Sale I I :S. Trailers-Trucks for Sale (C5rlani> frrntinrl

ACRES inside city limit of Orlando GOOD 6 ROOM frame bungalow 3 I NEIGHBORHOOD GBOCERY I .
section. CUT water. screened porches: 3 acre bearing HOME I going FOPD-1935 cowe New P.1 good EOCfE TRAILER-Liberty. late 1946OM IS
northwest -Modern ell-built 2 or 3- business in a fast growing section me banicaliy. $33 Meters I 5 weeks Like $2440 TUBS. SEPT 2. 1941 PAGE
for subdivision and tod.7."hcttut" a grove overlooking Lake Olivia InGotb. bedroom plenty of closet new
Ripe automatic DeUils in office of Harry
1<39 E. tMHttM Dr Ph. 2 48$3PORfe Telephone 6343
buy at $ .. To make .. Plenty chicken houSa: excellent furnace or heater room with I Heath. Broker. 1208 Colonial Dr. ,

yourself some real money see Mr. I neighborhood p'etlon. I ducts Lot 75 feet or more good section 8133NEIOBBORBOOD I 11 HI jttf !I :
Little with Harold Shepnerd Realty I 18. terms. M 1. Moss, : of city Private prty Cash cnto. R.d7 the r, QUALITY CARS
Co.. 20 E Washington St Phone 5124 ; phone 6977 ] full Give location Will 1. j grocery and ; 165 601 Orange.I I
-s' DW Moo J
fine Please write Box 566 cot.c ket Excellent location than '1947 "12"
I I CADILLAC club
20 ACRES muck land cleared ON BEAUTIFUL LAKE IRMA 120 SSt.r. : 2-US Cre.
and drained adjoining Duda cel-I i acre grove. truck and home sites end fllues S4O per month H ir ;, FORD-1941 i! G I SPECIALS | Almost new.
and furnished
en farm at Lake Hart. Mseo U J. 1000 ft lake frontage Electricity $50 apart- T TI s Rtt -D
Moss Broker 132 8. Main> phone I per acre terms Mr Lane with Herman HOUSE WANTED-we bare Iro- mat Priced for quick a. for de- I 1, heater will love 'lb. i 1946 PACKARD Custom Clipper
you to
for modern 5 and Louis S Broker ( : own.
6977 Will trade for 1947 Fordor Inc. 677 N. IC' see De ea e 1939 PLYMOUTH Tao r $ 895 Almost
Broker.
I has
i new. erwrythrnf
Go.ln If roar house la for sale I 27 W. Washington, I I tePial Motors. 1239 E Colonial __ I
1 Hl\ '
Chevrolet .
1938 PONTIAC Club MIl
1 : Coupe 9
985. call Allen Johnson. Realtor, 140 N I '
: I I FORD 1342 2 door sedan New I j 1946 BUICK Svper Svdwn.
318 ACRES with 1 mile frontage on EXCLUSIVE LISTING-600 feet cf Orange*;* "12 "Slaa in1tnmes. RIO SOP -.rc.Complete and Call fully I g 6 gainS. CSntral Florida Motors, 190 1'36 CHEVROLET Taoor ___ $ 4M ,, Vein low inftea*}*.

paved road. Just south of Sana high sloping lake front with a i: WIggins 6S47 pt. A'ISPr w. .Ieffn.l P 5-2424. :, 1937 FORD Tudor ___ $ MIll .
Lake. Priced for Quick sale U OO completely bedroom u 1948 PACKARD ". CUpper

Jane Broa. 23S N. Main 7559 (alow. it'rhh.12 a multitude :I!I LISTINGS WAN TED-Due to the in- LAUNDRY-This is not V.WoLhA' : m FORD Saver. Radio _h U'lIII1 I I OVerdrive. proeticanr new.

e I reawd number Grossed tloXNW first 1 FORDS 194 DOOOE Former __ $111M
I r 1 I: inemirtea we -4n broke out with u
1800 ACRES flat pine woods partly : off
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i
fenred Excellent cattle p an an 1 i 1 need more listings Fine Homes. 2I year A wonderful in- i I 1930 '31 32 '33 '34 '3s 19M ORAMAM ExccMetit $ 2o, I 1W1 PONTIAc Sedan Very
grazing 25 of land to afford realprime 2O.OOO.OO. Exelosite ,0d !1 nice.
acres I 3 and 4 bedrooms Also business andIncome 37 Tudor and |
Dry right s mile hard CO" 1941 DSSOTO Ftttry Equipped I f
now on road $ '
y. Priced to sell with CicelI I!i properties: Joe O Myers. with Call Zuasman I Mostly Florida and .
Cld
acre 13 miles. Stripling from Orlando with M. $7 J..50 Mo&s per ,I|. 1-nt terms H C. Babcock Jr.. with ,'i Realtor Dial 8881 or 6638. I after 27.I If. nyir My friends II Hahirm <,the.I i WI CADiLLAC 83" Sottafl.If41 .
Robert ,
R. Tire Realtor 13 W. Washington -
best substitute ignorance
Broker. 132 S. MaID: Phone 6977 l t PLYMOUTH Spwfa. Del
61i. I LISTINGS WANTED-Clients I I TIRE keep rout ttfat month shut, but Sedan
BETWEEN acruonth BUSIE'Ctral7
Northwest S and 7 1 i I I ing E. P Slayton Realtor .a-. to tell you about this bunch These K and W Motors
beautiful 3 ; :
lake About 8 corner miles of a Pire St phone 8631 lot folly equipped re- babes have all got hO killin good I Hit OUMMOB1LEW" SSIISII.Nydresisedie. .
from Orlando.
An ideal spot for your home Price db. liusiiiess Vropcrtylorhaie !I LISTINGS WATTED Homes. | vqlcsnlttng shop motor. are rtrht "n. Any- O.nd Amelia radio AVQ heater
'.500. j II groves ''ak equipment and good will can sator hunt Our and I
11'16. terms Phone A. T. Carter. I, rentals Let us help you sell rorproperty morn trip From $125 to $389 Come DIAL 2J9 141 CHEVROLET 2 fleet Sedan
Jamersoo
and Carter. Realtors. I AARTMENTJorh..st. 8 unit Hall Bro Agency 113 N. i Owner has a11n. I 'o see Ole J. R and l "k esi gtver

70 E CentraLAPPROXIMATELY I Frlad.iru. redecorated Orange dial 5189 I looking for hUr J R. Smith '1 N Orange : 1940 BttteK Super Estate Wagon.

40 ACRES-Part 100-ft. lot ; worth r =. Ask tor MrI i New tires. extra clean.
cleared. on caved road j .nil** bilities over $400 per month Piice ,, LISTINGS WA'We have the I Boone a. :!
east of Maitland $.29.OOO, $10000 rash and $100 yea have the property I 1 1640 BUICK Super
Fine for home and terl .buyer I I Hall Bros 112 N. FORD i4O A per- i Coupe
a grove Reasonable per with Herman Good Cate. 9316. Jsmenon AeD. Bl 2I
.
Donald J. Nicholson price phone Owner 5467ail. : win_I nc Broker.,_677 N Orange 9855. :; Cater Mal ad Central O.D" .1. ICL 8( W.car Central from bupu. R. 8.bumperAt LOANS LOANS LOANS' Thee car Mid wtth
II.n. 30-day
a gaSr
Kancnes and limber Una APARTMENT BUILDING-Close with |I I I PHONE COME SEND-To 41 W.Washington .. iijiri-iiii1-: antee We pay cash for used cars.J .
If want home
you a an
I D
:1 your Real Hat COURT
TOURIST and First condition, inrfde .
CATTLE RANCHES' come you have it in this PrOpr7. I' Ings C. B. Davis. Btt \ I b.. S. C. Motors. a K. .. Borrow By Phone! 'I
-Since I
1916"AuC 1 S
upper apartment |i i Washington: 7 O9. t'
Asher Peter. Realtor "He rent and one for your home $i,8 income i a'1CJ. Mr. Potter Broker. Doe;;_SId _ C. Mc&ELLAR INC.

probably knots Central and Main a month and a home. Pre t REAL ESTATE WANTRU if* far Ic. o77 FOR-'lM-auula jeet P rfet CALL US-THEN STOP YOUR PACKARD
126.: terms if desired I I sale but qr little phone S.A. T O.me; 1. condto. for the groves DEALER"

51. Lots for Sale i 507 lletcall Building; phone Dans Registered Broker : Sooth TtlSATEB DRUG BTORK-fewconstruction $ D' Bet. Ml N. Orange tM THE SAME HOUR fOR Orange AYe Poae 5147
_._ I I'13.2"
I 2-1l0. i: 6 lots. Jat in the IIT1Nti --2550
ACL FRONTAGE 300x250 ft.. ...rehouse I I fastest growing town 1 Pd also rORDS S. THE: CASH! $30 to $300
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OiiLnouting piant factory BUSIES PROPERTY-$225 per' REAL ETAT WAVTBD-We hale one ef the largest l9T tDLui-Tt
or
p.ro 1946 !
site Oaner secured by long le.s and 6 room 1 I 531 s-Star
mast sell Immeaiaiely mar B 0.7
es A good proposition to interested homes If yours is for sale 194. tudor sedan 1942 Super Deluxe fesl Get cash oaiekly on your Stma

Greatly reduced. Write box 549 i i parties Mr. Potter with Herman : today King Real Estate, 30 I Wi located. nation .. on. 1939 Deluxe sedaa I Ant or Fwntture Call today'GFC
S-Siar I DtGSH-
|! Goodwin Inc., Broker, 677 N. Orange Church: 8435 'Open Sunday. E i a.fu month "UH.n:: i tAO: to caiJ you long-distance to find out Harley Wadswort 615 North Orange I.tlre. JIM JERNIGAN

BEVERLY 9B5SI !> including apartment I Ave Phone 8587
home amid SHORES-Braid the new your new i'I GOOD 2-OR- 3-BEDROOM prewar Equipment selling price of is this! the way frin' eggs are supposed to sound? I FORD Original finish
homes --1934
in this CHENEY HIGHWAY-Close in 330 bungalow in south or southeastsection I wrt. sd.n. I LOAN COMPANYri USED CARS j
beautiful I Broker:
section A few large Iota I;. on new route. 10 acres touristcabin Have must locate 28 Srlcln seat covers mehc. :
still availab Waiter W. Rose Investment or park site $ ba7e. t.t. | Z Church. 615. I I S9. At 00 W. Cntra East RoWnson
t.l..r 25. before Oct A. I 64 Wanted Female Phone 6795
Aln Help
Co.. Evans
49 N. FOR
Orange Ave tem. Mr with Herman G- Realtor 37 W Washington ; 13000 INVESTED in"wefl located 73.1.uto Tarts-Accessories OUTSTANDING
'
Or'ux Manor oliic 3356 M. Orange "In Ino. Broker 677 N. 1 small machine and metal workshop I ia193 Wagon I
Ave. 9855. WE HAVE BUYERS I STENOUHPHER Permanent I I : .
] wanting grovesbusiness ps New I
| will enable experienced operator -
1 tion 1and a hall day FONT END REPAIR PARTS now VALUESWe
BAY ST. I CLOSE IV Fronting property and ho- establish good income' Also body $1045 D & W '.0
-Longwood. on high- for almost
3 make of
nice m.l. O Box 2.0 any II
Jot i _ _
immediate sale list with .
near PO Office Suitable I I way Building suitable for large I I Al living quarters in connection. Th !| auto C. A. Prange 4c Sons. 1010 W ) Orang.2-2oaO -
toon WANTED I
37 W. White between
store 2-oDJl restaurant night club etc Priced tosell Rato. Washington Is worth Investigating. See I women 3. : Church. phone 8811 GET TOP CASH PRICE for pear ear
: good terms Roper Realty i once Sam A. Hutchins Broker 40 and 4O to train for pastry i iI I: regardess of make or sscdel Used RUMORS ARE FLYING have the kind of car you
Cit AVfiTw.-Block frontage I 1 Church and Main; 2-3433. i FOR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION and S._Orange A.. Phone 2- I Me.l. paid vacation and sick leave '' 74. AutosTrailersanted Car Exchange 219 W WaihhtttonSt

S LucUe Isbeli. Lace GUESTHOUSE 2-story. close 1 results list your property wIth $25,000 NEEDED for cor I I Morrison furnished Apply : PhoD 2-2882. will be proud to own. See our
Cafeteria -
,Jssssmine- Part I decorated: good year I M.rte Wll&l. Realtor. 2 W. sP' in m.naller,1 1941 coupe I AND selection before
I CLOSE IN- Ad&1. Tao beautiful Fresh1 5 3'' baths nice i, 8106. all pr.Uo. With or without services :. WHITE WOMAN to assist 1- WANTED Any make any ,'HUDN-e.n 813 2tst .. I you buy.
bdroms. More cash sel "pk.
Iota. One corner. other adjoin- I| lounge and Price $35.OOO. Especially attractive party wIth work Live In. Phone 2 qUIker. Wykygyl I I II

,, Ins Buy both. $3aOO Call A. Brut: terms H.rO H .th Broker 1208 ,. FEE APPRAISALS yow tMOae. I insurance eIprlenC. t. O B 3471. write 135 Lucerne CircleWOMAN II I Motor 751 N Mil: 2-2174. 'UNOL', uR 1t7)1. WE'RE NOT DENYINGThat

2-0642 J. A L Ohio. E. : j 1 will give you an estimate free I Orlando F. I -EXPIRIBRCED in general ''AUTOS WANTED-Will pay hignTit Phone Winter Park. I CHEVROLET-1 47 club con-

106 & COIDUBDR t.te'j HIGHWAY- 17-92 -Income property of charge on the current market 1 YOU a bus ness. "l housework lo small family Health us price for your rr. Ohms 1. _2 ''I vertible
value of your property No obligation I tourist court or LINCOLN ZEPHYR-1941 town Sedan !
Concrete block store building with he I card and good plain required I{ or 242
COUNTRY Oarland 2-3i .
low CUB | two apartments above Grocery and Phone 7811 Wm Mathews with i ,, you to Speak t Spiegel" Pr 434 Winter coJn 1 Orange 2-481. Harley Wad..or (is Worth : 11 e are paying the h* hest CHEVROLET 1947 club
as easy I P.t. ,
,
J Daniel Kolar. Whitney Spiegel Realty Realtors. Orange Ave '
general store on ground floor Bre. 19. price for good used cars Don t
terms Pay
monthly Hate lot paid B ,06 Metcalf B'.fHc 2 3269 I WANTED i coupeSTUDEBAKER.
: MORRISON CAFETERIA CHEVROL to MERCURY 1941 Town sedan Your
for when building J sides income from store and GOOD MOR Davis speaking .t 193 -
materials becomeavailable .GMr. Ii I i
Property In this high class mmli there 1 considerable .ddt yea air b dad to list BARGAIN-Tbere's a small hotel h) i white women for work in cdet.r. < or Will money worth Harley .adHh. cheat yourself by selling lf less "
section is bound to I Uor..1 Income no.. 3 Iou. 125 ft.highway your property One of salessnen the Ridge St. .hc will net I 6 eight hour days Hard .ol. pay cash or trade for old ergera nd 615 North O.ne Ave Pt We pay ynn more tnae necessary -1W7 "Cham
tcrea rapidly 20 to 30'. An idealsetup 1 value. Buy tooay .h.d of this Iront..e. 181 ft. ciep. plenty will be out to. to inspect it Thank IYment. Mr Wagner d n 1 repairs ami.resrli to ytir neighbor sedan
We have beautiful i rom orcottagecou ci UnlImited I you Phone C. B. Datis. Realtor for cop' .1 t CARS WANTED-Any make or model
lale 1reu. right on the golf course. future possibilities Stock and 41-\\ashinston.. on prem. $.0. CAFETERIA Wants I need SO to 1OO each ''MODI A FORD-193O inc a small profit. If buying or FORD-1946 2-door sedan.

Water lights gas and bus available fixtures also furnishings in apartments NOBLE SMITH Pioneer Broker, sin I I conS.r rean.ble Bam MoRlSS'S young ladies for cafe tal. Best prices are e.r paid Tu. proof large .te b C.I B t sellla,. be Ate to see:
.tr.cu
Paved. Carrigan & Owners.Carrigan included for 119.0. V* cash. cer.17.nta your on 1 ADe Realtor tr.'n. H.gh Thursday with removable large PLYMOUTH 4 {-! se-
Bland. UUBS sho educ.ttl Ho17-Robln'l i.
Bldg.. 672 ..24551. See Mr Stewart wth Shep- homes Irons iota b1les, Winter Park, 6S9 lequir d. Paid Motor Aucto : enough to ball a big grIZzly or a danFORD194
.nl.3-253*. hero Realty Co.. E. Washingtonbt 11 11 S. ; NIGHT SPOT- Short dane- insurance for elloyes. Apply som P. 7349 for particulars I 1 family of 7 children tt't a gtootp
Phone 5124 __ irOlr7. .I Inc beer and wine orlr living \O Crowlebo. { down ua. J. R Til IT
wih
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DEW A HEIGHTS NO- HIGHWAY" 17-92-North of Fairbanks rART"b.at 3 or quarters le.s. Prle. $3000 :I. D ARtE.INC wants to buy your .U 2..n J
4-bedroom 2- G :
U1-fo' frontage on Reading 2OOx3a8 3 furnishedunits. ef.i.: Mr. ; Help anted-Jlale and will pay top K and W Motors
... cos to Lake Ad.l. A desirable | room AY. many f. .. Northern northwest story, in northern suburban.part Call city or I I Inc. Broker .6'7 N. orange.:0.1 S. prices lm.t.b. D. Varner Inn.. BUICK-1941 super 4odoorse- I

in Orlando 0'ncr. to come to Florida and Rah. I COLORED SECOND COOK wanted j S.I. and Service. 234 dan
un.bl I Smith with L Pryde JmtOM good I i
best residential Rubt DRE W. Central Phone 23153.
areas develop worthwhile All around man Apply Av. Cor. Garland and Amelia
puts -
P..f a
.lreet
th. prolrt7. | 668 N o n e: :ished community Grocery I C..f. PoU-
A.ulllent. paid U. P $ 259.HAVE : Claredou Hotel. ita,nc-s .. !
.nue and Meat Market FRANK REEI tahy
Clean stock > MODEL A MOTOR
for 1 H'c YOU for sale? We have I knows how to FORD la a
your own home a grove '
1' or 01! Asher Peter Realtor, cor and lease at get the hlrh do!! Model B 4-ooor sedan frame DIAL 2tS9 Many, many ofhcn to select :
and sell half $30 per front and :I a client for 40 acres. Will consider mor flure. G WAITED= ar or your ret l I II .
DRIVER
hal fot M.I: 2-188. i particulars l7towb 01 equity. in five minutes and brirjRyoback *
: Lawrence owner smaller or lane grove Herman Good- rnt. S I C.s ou-ther from. See us befWe you buy
2373 HOME AND INCOME-Nice- furnished I min Ine. 677 N. Orange: MS9. Hutcho Broker 409 lando will qualify Apply to I Why give awy? one u a i eon ooesn t suit yon Jaat I Charley Keener BiHy Wynn
home. Easily converted into 3aparimenta LISTINGS WANTED S. O.De Pon 2-O583- I Mr. st.t. City Cab Co.LUDRYOUT'AN chance. 201 N. Orange Blossom me a few It and I win and save tneney.
: LAKE PROPERTY Sacrifice beautl- or guest home and 1 oa homes. I Trail: 783FLY I YeS J. H
ful parcel located on highway in apartment Near Sunshine Park I business property. acreage atttt Expert- 711 1.
r :
Uaitland Over ten lots 1OO x 100.Pr.c. Price '10.50. Wilbur Strlkl..d. 1 i groves Tom Gorden. Broker 340 U. WILL PAY for iseksge store : nerd .PlY'1, MOTORS lC.m buy cell I ;
I Orance 5148 White Star Laundry13 N. Terry I ? Tour c" for the hl"h I
for Church I
eGmpl.t. parrl. S3SO Bro"e. :: ; 6175. or bar "' Omits of Orlando Jim Jeto Used Cars
lot. Ernest Young 821 pr. HAVE BUYERS waiting for ant : doUa. s us a 200 W Central or
N.E. gist LAKE of the best and WE man 5-Psususa *
: Miami Fla I I.r..t FON-n in Orlando No t types 01.desirable property For B Wnt 53 s.prur. Pas writ -MASAOZRMldeud bookkeeping I I MOOBYCI"I.H 123 stIles ul aSoa: TRANSPORTATIONPRICED 660 W. Central

: location 100 x 300 ft lot. A I Quick results call H F Boland Realtor experience Preferably In the HGHE CASH Paid for good II soring p. -$185 .

-LAKE Close FRONT In. 110 LOT ft -on High lake.and 170 Aft : real buy for income and y.lue i Camgan 672 N. Orange meat packing Industry Answer In Winter Park CI.1. <. Mc ena 10 m.t D. Varner I RIGHT
ft Terms Jim M Caldwetl with Asher | 2-4351 hand details Fairbanks and New York ..
HIGHWAY own writing giving as to phone SOOR
t deep S300Q CaU BUI Douglas --- 17-92 5SO frontage. 8 24 cnt. Clean Cars and i Clean Deal
Peter 7O E. Central: DO NOT Orlando I previous experience and qualifications
R..lor. 2-6. and 4 Also I MERCURY 1
I HF Bo and. Realtor Carrigan j DEY-Lt to.y. rom b.U. 3-room i 39 4-cr 1. Good ,
: Building 672 N. Orange; 2-55. I and I .. Ranb. 3 mile south Pi..write B 545 S-Star. S. EVANS. "World's Largest Auto condition Re2sob. 6271 CHEVROLET ten state
LAKE LUCERNE AREA Just 4bloeke In demand now, buyers waiting M of Tourist Lodge I I 1800 canton
LAKE FRONT LOTS-In D Bailey Realtor 30 E. Church. SnoId. R.ib1 D.ler; is only Interested In buy- A. I Very clean. 4.000 miles Like
lntelaln from downtown I.argeeseeptlonafl ,
$2500 DOWN finest NAH 1'40 Convertible
Unusual City lo good frozen custard any new
con..nl"Del. 4767 Wi purch.s ml. D..o.
,
.. meted Nydegger Inv Co. 906 X. .elf constructed t.otn st.D. L.1 Gardner PUMP MEANIcP1 nperstrd.t "I. make or pay an an- new
Colonial Dr. 8065 guest home All roms are spacious FROM OWNER-Itoutr up t S R.al btat Qtal.. Court St., I :: :', believable Prlc. on the spot Call .brk.\yl Motors. 751N BUICK-1941 Super Sedan. VeryI
2
cal and cooL Thu. are .hht available Must be in ao location I I dial T n m"f Utl or Mills I clean.
LAKE ft on lake. bedrooms rent. four baths and five gain Phone i I II I I
FRONTAGE9 Curc "
150 Mr I rooms for owners' quarters Nicely. i 1 NEIGHBORHOOD GROCERY I OLMBI- 70" 4-door 5e' FORD-1943 4-door Sedan Super AUTOMOBILESBUY
dep. doa
4 with C. B. Davis Realtor Whel. I I furnished Price 130.00. Harlow O bt). Business Opportunities fine business Stock and t1tur I I II I BUSINESS 13 GOOD-Cars are .o condition J 1! Deluxe.
1 1 higher than 3 C. Motors 550 .
.
ever before Orange Ave
': 7809 Fredrick 118 N.Orange low rent. good $5 Cash
washington Open Labor Day I Ie. Va on
.5. PERMANENT POSITION Open for Immediately. Open SELL
I Ave. Dial 8188. Store Hoten any make. at i Sundays CHEVROLET
10 till 12 ANTIQUE and Second Hand with Clyde 14 w clerk M.rm'l 1940 Convertible
Mast
; JlcKele Hotel night alert.
b Used 101 N. Main. i OlTDSMOBILE-: 1939
: good business long Central: 215.5EPBER sober and have knowledge !.r. j I 4-er. 'i Coupe.
PALM TERRACE-Beautiful building i LLCERJ.E SECTION Frame guest ,1 1.sf.t rental By owner due I live and tr.n- PRIVATE PARTY WILL 1934 rumobile '
time cript previous pay up to
site: lake view and lake fronts Attractive I Box 402 S-Star C SEALTe rmre. leaving town, call Nowisthethnetoconsult
I home. beautiful and spacious 2 i I busnes have experience own hand writing aiOOO for good used car Phone er 9 and FORD-1999 door..

31 prices NOrange carl: Tender, Develop" bedrooms. 1'a b.th living room BUnL"G2 stories cOil l.p.rment. 3 I been thinking of I now 'o B.ut7 Write B 5 1 S. 2-15. :I 1 i 54718_ Mickey _ I CHEVROLET 2door.
2-U. I Ot.OSMOSlLb-1s39
I dining room pantry and !! and gift on maini Shoppe 1..0.0: Welding two door THE OLD'RELIABLE
UNDERWOOD 6T -Paved street 50 1 I.undO do"n.l.lr. C lovely bed-i I approach t beach Ideal for any I S28OO 00' Block Plant $1O.- THE-SPOT- CASH PAID for good I Rare, Wadsworth 61$ a.I OI : CHEVROLET-1937 J.door.
c x 145 $900 for nick gale. Callowner. roms be New thermostatio t7P of busines. Inquire Red S,, 000.00: Septic Tank Plant $450000: clean used cars Jim CumMe Cars I I anee "Te. Ph-ne 8597.I .

2-7571 I oil furnace Eauisite-i' OIl Beach Pi I I Grocery and Meat Market $10.OOO 0 904 Nort. Or.na Avenue Phone i PONTIAC=1941 -four I !
.
Iy Immaculate condition I I XJ. o In.
Community -

f W" PARK- (Lake Knowlea- Lnl7 furnbh.d.landscaped corner. Jot 163z 51 BEAUTY. SHOP-Best e-ntral location -I property Oroer-M.rkel' one wt: RI PHARMACIST Store. Lakeland.-Apply I I GET CASH IN 5 Aky 'I I ante Barley Ave Wadsworth Phone $537.PI.YM0UT9131941 $1!oh OI ; STANDARD MOTORS,

Prospective I I 16. 2..1 garage $38 term.I : excellent Owner 500 00. Apartment homes o.t S LeU' Dl loake or MINUTE I! 1
stOD. E. .ulpent. mode. Deluxe sedan: IN
628 Piper
00000 to
borne builder thel choice Well has other interest: .0 lotl some t5.0.0. Cor Motrs 501 .. Ave Phone 1941 2 door aedan Darter Waocwrrh
-., Winter Park lots as as ORANGE AVE. N.-Business loca- terms. Alice McCoy $3300000 Trailer I 18. Save $100 to $300
S295 I 619 North Orange Ave Phone
1/3 down balance In mall tion. Lot with SO ft. frontage and I Francisco Realtor: room 4. Central I $16.000 0: Tourist Cabins and Trailer 1 I Washington at Orange Blossom
payment. Utilities available A : 175 ft. Ask for Harold : Arcade: Cap IJO.OOO 00: Grocery-4tarket SPOT CASH PAID for your seed tar I
.- will satisfy Carrigan & Boland Jol* I v. dept., 37 L5J.. ntra I I BCPINESS home I II $13. 00: another at $6.300 0. PoolRoom SHORT ORDER COOK-Experienced. See J." C. McKelar. ".our Ficfc.rd rLTaToUTH-1941 iMor eedanA j TrailCHECK I
PRTmT : Apply Coffee 485 North Desler. .
<. $110000 All are 4.e Pnone ferfeet car rupee OlUr
Carrigan 672 N. Orange buy Sop
Bida.
O.nes I ,. I
; ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAL 8.-2 We house Prescott V. Steele since 192: Orange Avenue. !'i 517.SE. $1153. .Jn.r 1239 E. CMo- 1941 PLYMOUTH
a-Su. ft. front.I. ne.rst and a 30 on 2 IOCS 45 WestCentral nod lib Coupe
lo : Avenue I I Dr 2-033.
::, Orlando $ cash balance 222 in boniness district I WANYoU man to act as OR TRADS I,I
101 car -
280. ,
:. 12
28 CHOICI IX)ra located just out 1 and 2 .. e this for real trees. and a profitable fish 61. Hank sle for grower-packer II |: Buick C. u. D-al)el rtos*. oJO ,
Who
.lt7 Jllu City U"bt value Jim M Caldwell with Ashes bait business all golne. for sale at I I l.anStrvlCf' I packs 2 cars per d. Must ?. Orange Av t _i 3. after e
water Lake Peter Realtor 1O E Centrl: 2-O788- the modest price of ..1D. Oct FIRST NATIONAL BANK loans may I have fre contacts with B. buyers .m. call 4646. PLY1OUTH-I934 sedan Smack your Clean
.
; privileges Exclusive with P. A ORANGE BLXJbSOM all details from Mr. Monl with insured to pay the entire -load cltr. Tht is areal BADLY IN 1346 lips over this one! Probably Just THESE '
opportunity for
b
1613.Allison. Realtor. 37 W. W.adn block east. TAIH... Ottsrra.Moore.- 2-0836 10 Pine of the loan in case of b.l with participation I profits above man i IEf! (..0194'I i my what new you location want, Cease 711 i'I.to Orange see me in Ja 1946 PLYMOUTH Special

B rms or two 4-room .p.rtmen. BAR-GRILL Nice business Mustgacriflee. I the insured good .:ry. Could life-time connection I W.c.orlh 61 N. Oianze Ave. smith. Deluxe Coupe .l

.. BUILDING LOTS-Select your home- O..rer cash check and owner movim. Apply! 3SOO Write Box 496 Bt.r. DONT SELL -t.isn -will FOR

site now la the attractive Some terms, C. U. Taylor. Broker S Or.ne Blossom Tr.llBUSIN INSTALLMENT LOANS rl you less I NEAT APPEARING elderly man for i' pay Get all you .can. .or your old 1942 ,

dread Country Club section. Lta Db I' 2516 N Orange S644 I at First National Compare ,, night clerk in Central Florida I!I car while the grtt,n" is stl, PLYMOUTH-1943 4-door sedan PLYMOUTH Fordor
all Close and TRAILER PARK-S acres. 466 ft OPPORTUNITIES sine these easts When the loan I far I Fii,rst Hotel Permanent position, notranscript. Shoo around then sell it go motor tire witb New OUTSTANDINGVALUES Sedan i
t Ichol a new radio $114
le.. Cash or highway frontage New masonrybuilt 1920 Phone 2-1008. Room 5. 4 W $ 100, you get $ 93-Payments. 8.34 Sre Mr. Atkinon Tropi- I i many others have done. C-nlrl .Flor- O At W Meters.. WI N Orange 2-
home Park Central. V. S'eele $ 150. yon get 139- 12.SO loa Motor L P. ;
terms. Jane Bros. 235 M Main. 7559 turnlh.d completely Prencott Dent tol 1 Hot I Ki 'Immre |' Hagan -2424 _,O. 1941 BUICK Special 9t6n
S5 I $ 2OO you tn 186- 1867 phone 8597 _ _ _ I
WEST CONCORD at Westmoreland: for 75 more trailers tr.ler.Sp.ce $ 300: you get 2-9-Payments 25.OO EXPERT furniture refinisher and r;, PLYMOUTH-1935. Good condition.

-.. 50 ft lot for $500 M. J. Moss I Orlando best buy lie courts Priced BUSINESS Harlow a LISTINGS Fredrick NEEDED Business-See I I 40O. you get 372-Payment* 3334 I pairman for warehouse shop 73. Used Cars lot lisle ,| S22O Indian Scout Motor Cycle 1941 BUICK Special Sedan- ;

2, Broker 132 8. Main; phone 6977THREK right good terms Jim M Caldwell Headquarters. 118 N. OraageCHENEY I' 500 you get 465-Payment* 4167 manent position Reply Box 574 S3 I II Perfeet $195 6 East Spruce ette
with Asher Peter. Realtor 70 Z. Central $1000 you get 910-Payments 83.34 BUICKS-At well as other '!
50 lots In Dnbsdread I i makeg PACKARD-1939 Club Coupe. Brand
ales Help \\anted I!
$330 each F.. J. Broker 132 ; 2-0786 HIGHWAY-l Close in New Abe monthly payments 12 m011 I| nice selection Orange Buick ix>.. new motor. clean Inside and out.

.. Main: phone 891.Mo. TOURIST- COURT Most excellent store fcr 'ale. C.l. JI.. Ohio for 15 months are
location and especially suited for 2-4.. Exdu.e I Oho Figure include life insurance to payloan I PRODUC. and trin' PhoneS41Oafter6p_ m call 4646 I IBUICK. anee Ave Open SundaysPACKARD sedan
.OV BO X 40O ft. more per
L BATOl to lake Price lady or middle-aged couple as the cnurtDnTON I National in c.s of death The First hour representing e.r 1.0 01 i .-1941 Convertible. Very clean" 4J CHppert: tone i STUDEBAKER 1946 5-
; Bank prouc.
at 4th
Orlando. floor
: 11175 W. A. McKennty. Broker. 493O I work and u: would not I Women e,np:oyed need i Se at the Cities Service St.uon I green: overdrive; radio Nice and 1940 FORD Tuder
Cheney 2-7144 heavy Also for .loa HOTfcL-Priced for qsick Openings in Orlando and surrounding Stan Orange Blossom clean 827 W. Yale I passenger coupe.CHEVROLET1942.

LARGE CORNER H\h.a. LOT iso x iso i I should thorizes this the be desied.. .Income 000. terms.. beer.1021 and wi.ros.doing also bul resuat. ol. Loans Lp to $;;UU towns Dil Wri.. qualifications Broadway Or to I iUICSI91Roadmasir. a PLYMOUTH 1940 2-door sedan Iowa i 1939 FORD Tudor :

-... Both streets paved tone "B" 01 Phone A. T Carter, 9 Jameraon around at Oak Fla on I 1.)0 I Priced to sen Central Florida
boa line close to school. Large I and Carter Realtors 70 8i: CentraLWAREHOUSE U. 8. 1. 25 miles south HID AUTO. Yrnture. Diamond loan*-. _ '; sedan Harley Wadsworth 61* Motors Jefferson and Garland: dIal! I I
, .2 trees facing both iota $3800 Hampton I Be.ch Consists of 30O frontage on I Eoolll7 Company, J. F. DRIVER S4IESMAN-Experience de- 1fnrthOTaneApphoe597_ i I 22424STUDEBAKFR_ sedan. 1940 FORD Fordor

Broker 531 N. Orange. 5013.C Large, fireproof 1. ISO deep. Will sell everything t B-er. Manacer 1006 Mek.l 1 I si abl,e but no necessary High BUICK-1941 Super club coupe- -136 cow *. See ..tCraft.s

EXCELLENT LAKE FRONT LOT- .modern with private R R sldm*. complete for only S23.5OO Will, Phone 2-3. 1 ..hGI education. required 7-Cp SotI I dio and good rubber Priced to i I Tensed Slatlon. Gore Avt PACKARD-1942 convertible 1933 FORD Forder

..,, do In Oonly 1.050 on terms. I center Paved of corne. big JO.dll. ara. in I terms Being soli} by .Plea I CASH LOANS Quickly made on far. I tune Co $1195 D & w Motor. 601 N. :and RuM

I R Realtor. Cerulean Bldg ters lndustr.1. Orange6509. take fa dwn balance on eU I niture .ut and diamonds Or- I REAL ESTATE SALMEN-I you an e2-255O. coupe. 1947 CHEVROLETdoor
Bol.nd I
.72 N : 2-4551 I. call In Irln.I I lando Finance Co. 314 : are rariln le. 16.5 CHEROL-194 dub -
". I 1 Metcalf Bldg- Dial 2-0304 I have a real estate \censp, a car | .owned STUDEBAKER 1940 Champion sedan
-
, TWO HIGH beautifully shaded lots EXCELLENT LOCATION for small I some 'ales ab,lit7 afraid to Price D W taUr :' FORD-1941 convertible
601 X Motor sounds
no good New I
paint.
1395.
: Ssmmie on Lake Cope land Make an Rotm.e. business on main thoroulhf.r. la DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT-South At- I LJSOI HOUetnI ;I work I have proposition offer that Motor. : think this .. If 1937 CHEVROLET Mffen.Clean. .
Francisco. Realtor
i
fastest growing I Orl.ldo. I antic Ave 2OO feet land I I' will satisfy yoU Plenty Us.ings and i iI nls-.t'In coupe.
Florida I cant
up Credit 21 W. tellpoll
1st 1940 '
; Central Arcade: Ph. 7407. bl CHEVROL convertible .
5O to 100 Pn clients :
ready to buy. don delay.Since
ft frnt.s. equipment and business for so
t" 155.0. stairway east of Grand I j and heater wrong- J R. Smith. 711 N. Or- !
And Yele- prevailing front Buy 1912 See J. P I ,
weeks I 10 Oo
fot Last 20
CRE EEWAT pl ll.ttOI. t tondltlon. $1145 Wyk7Ul I ange CHEVROLET-1941 convertible -
I f. 2003 Idge- | now on our trm watch profit over SlOO olr.tln. I QUICK CASH, LAN Furniture. I 12 145 N Main 58O9 751 N. tfills: 22174.C1OEVROLET1536 I
pr note and a ito hour I I
water Dr. i your investment you 1.7. la service I !
-
; 1 Paved street sewers and I Family Loan .. 501 Florida 7. Employment Agencies coupe.
I atUUes O. D. St. Day- I .
a ,
xroperty for Sale Corner.available if AI1rIUen 61 M.i I Back Bldg. tt W manager PICK-UP TRUCKS :
tons I
: $Cut, ncaa and delre. C.r. Beach f. I Phone 2-161. Canl. BROWN PERSONNEL SEVIC, sedan Te news 76. Trailers-Trucks for Sale ''MERCURY 1941 4doorJ

': COUNTRY PROPERTY fine modern Bldg 672 N. Orange. Ph. 2551LRGE and Nurses Registry If I"a is gettin around that R is 1948 CHEVROLET % I
: home. nicely landscaped. 5 FILLING STATION AND Restaurant I LOANS Get the cash I work conic to 515 W. Central. IT you k in town Vacation over Ex pOVERED WAGON-New roof and J sedan. ton.
gallons already this month FXBU new paint 6-iall down payment.
acres with poultry houses Electricbrooder i ROOMY iro-tory duplex -1.0 a plan to went help call 6326. I perience is Im.lhlna you ve got aft- I like new I
In station Restaurant ramt ,$4313 month. Why !
averages a par rent
Price $11000. terms Rex- fit income I you have spent your money S36S
furbhed. 2.ar lar..e. fruit and daring Summer (ISO per day your At.Corporation --: I'IeI. Frank Reed Trailer Sties, 201 N. FORD-1941 2-door sedan.
4147 SmIth 711 N
McOlll. Realtor N
128 Orange
: Home 69. Work
U anted FemaleEXPERIENCED
walkIng
Eola
Oan. shade one block to Orange I R
Perhaps the best spot in Orlando for i! 0 caste B:os. om Trail 1945 DODGE % ten like new
COUNTRY PROPERTY Since distance to town Income $2100 in Orlando Phone 7136 Offices
I
1916 filling S5OOO will E.
'- Ask Asher Peter. R.<r. year price $12.s Johnston HeD. S It.ton.Broker 37 h.nd.. Cocoa. Winter Haven and St. DAY WORK WANTED-Or half da7. I DODGE 1939. ',-ton pick-up. CHEVROLET-1941 Iowa

:; Prb.b1 knows- Central Mam I B< 8 W. St.; 6545FOR I phone M.1 I I Same Service! CII ._!9'1', Lon Street I CADILLAC 1941 4-door sedan. A Clean as a pin and A-1 conditionJim
.. 23.nUHG buy Jernigan Used Cars 600 W. Central sedan.
I ft. i office executive I I I
INVESTMENT cor-
INDIAN RIVER HOME with 30 SAF STATION-N. Orange := AveFIRST .
I REPOSSESSED
1942 4-door CARS
frontage on U S No 1. : large profits I recommend -: $4.OOO quick sale o. 1 respondent cred manager financial sedan S thIs i
: ef land 250 fruit trees 9-room house f to one with extra capital he .bun earne.Douglas with fo F. Boland 63. Mortgage Loans 1 I seeks permanent responsible p car today SHOWING of the l4* Palsee i 1 HUDSON 1941 5-pas- '
,' Ideal for highway fruit business can afford to tie op. R.R. frontage I BI. Carrigan Bldg 1.672 N Orange siiton Box 568 S-Star I Both in excellent cndton. fully i I Trailer The first and only postwar 1942 OLD3MOBILE SejdM _-$'ltII

llS borne or fishing camp $18.5. lust out of town Factories are ; 2-4551. I eulppd. Your chole. 18 eah trailer of Its kind on the Isarkt.Complete \t senger coupe.

1 B. Davis. Realtor, coming to Orlando and they like to i LOANS on all tps of property: long TOoik! U'anted-Male 'i R A 1108 neW$4ntral A. metal body throughout. ,1997 LASALLE Sedan $373
J niton: 7809 or Mr : 1 :locate just out of the city Come and FOOD STORE Long tstablishedgrocery or short t.rms. low rate; e1. i. I j Equipped with apartment size Frtgida I
Imme.te
,, toc O P. Sias. Broker. and meat business on a service Harlow i C 1947 re. Butane gas sto.e forced air CHRYSLER-1941 5-pas- !I
c: vllle phone 28.L&XZPRONT325. talk it over Ph close-in aide G Frrick, IS BAKEIS-.AtI around baker. Rt. 2. I IBo -- Eedanette All I 1932 FORD Tudor *UO
: 4431 I east corner Ideal stup N. Ave Phone 346-L accessories (2.295. Open Sunday ystcm plus many other feature -
Or.ne I I i iOranae
: -
ft. on a beaut.ihiS for adding a delicatessen 118. 5. C. N. [ never before used In a trailer home senger coupe. I
1 1 lake 235 ft. on 5 hard road S 57-i. Beach Property Good stock and elpebt p.nment Lw t f i I 1 Motor 5S AY. I I Easy terms arraneed Frank Reed I 1931 ESSEX claps _SMS
acres Total C acres. 71. Airplane Sales and Service I I I VROt.kTs-1941
-. in orange grove (3750 terms Jak with II 80r sedan Trailer Sales 201 N. Orange Bkn-
\ :, Price $6600 call Georgia von I COCOA BEACH Orlando beach. C. W. Walters. .. Lk.m7, 67 Oran 1101E AVAILABLE low interest I I 1941 Town .d.n Porn Trail i,INASH-194 4-door sedan. I 1942 DODGE $-.sUI5
Sehlller. Realtor 7188 her.l the only realtor e; 6509 Res on well located residential FLORIDA AIR ACI1V1UL8 on Or-I I worth. 61S Norh Or.na Ave W.d51

L : LAKE FRONT-A very unusual over Mr. Pll. has lots and houses favorably GROCERY STORE 2-6.-Sports goods and I and badness Winter prorU.. In Orlandoand lardo MUlcIP.1 Airport offers veterans I, 8591. i j OLDSMOILE 1941 4- 1941 DODGE Sedan .

Country Estate for one who wants located reasonably priced gas station lake front with Settee brokerage most approved flight courses.Our i i.dv.nt.res. ,,! CHRYSLER-1938 four : GMC TRACTOR 1944. sad f"rue-
01 Investment
Co. 25 W. Washing-
-- th best. Nine rooms planned by COCOA BEACH-000d developmentInvestment ,- S700O stock equipment G I I ton Phone 8513. i| a location. City provides buses many to our training door i I sage Harley Ave Wadsworth Phone 8o97, 1dnd : haul trailer. 221 W. Church Street. i door sedan.'CHEVROLET. 1938 FORD TutferIt42 __- -- ,ue

: lad.rl Perfect cnditon eo- House andocean year round = Must sell I I Phone 650$ or evenings 2-7061. Eliot 'I
colored opPrunt7. : health. It
cad 695 '
S froat b N t L. Kerln-ownrr. CHEVROLET-1941 Master STDEBAKER Sedan --tl1J&
bedrooms two baths Guest house fnorbl locted. Ave Orlando REALESTATE LON Low cent! i, operator I I Deluxe 2 -1940 Iowa
1 Ovtr sue acre. 75O ft lake front: Pulsipher ifealtor. : | To bay build refa.nc home TWIN ENGINE ratings on Orumman door sedan R.dl. h..lr. yel HOUSE TRAILm-I9t'J. 21'. sleeps
"1 Wear 18 hole HAVE SOME really tI. homes. $15.- OROCERY AND MARKET-Reduced ',ann business Trust '1 \\idzeon: land sea and instrument. clean $995. J. 4. electric brakaa inSane HoL Mad sedan.
Bat hove IOU proprs. T I
: $ AU ocean to $5. 214 W. Central Ay. Department of pranee Ave Open Sundays 3 weeks See on Forest City Rd.
-1 c) Only $25.000 Let me OOO S 2.0. Iront.80me Frt N.ton Ban Veteran training Orlando Aviation II
.. 0 pl tur D... Sias. Broker. furIshed Pulsipher, GROCERY and meat market. Go t at Orlando, for.j Country Club Ph Winter Park 863. CHEVROLET-1935 Tudor s.n New Box 252-B i i.1O ii CHEVROLET-1933 Iowa BUY WITH CONFIDNCE.
Cocoa stock. Doing (900 weekly, j' paint good rubber
B.ch I bUe. SSoOO. terms. Roper &..1I j 72. Autos-T rucks for Rent $395 Colonial Motrs 1239 rn. prfect Colo i porch. tura1tTl-1I : suite. I sedan.

I iiReal: Estate Wanted_ I and M.l: 2-3433. .I The Fit Federal Direct Redaction nial Dr. Ph:-353. E I: Brsgg. Weals Trailer Park Fairvifia !I Used Car Exdl" '1 rtfxtUtion /

FROVT GROCERY STORE-MEAT MARKET Plan the easy war D VARSER Drive It I j jD CHEVROLET 1941 Special Deluxe : throughout Central Florttf for He-
_.. L. home for He.bdom ACRES homes. businesses and I I I Well stocked Doing good business purchs a home.I Consult with t pourseil, low :Ebf or day. I 4 door gedafi Like new Central TRAILERS See the 1947 M' system I! PLYMOUTH-1933 2doorI j Bible and ctepemUbte Automobile

... Cia finish bath and imfl.te suit groves Buyers waiting Courtney :1 scales, cash register adding machine I Savings and Loan Fit Varner U-Dr :34 W. I| Florida )otors 100 W. Jefferson St. I before you buy 3 stset Built I I sedan. lervtre i based on the g Md foun

". Purchaser. Magnolia Farm Elmer i Realty: 392 N. Orange: dial 2-2471. I sheer grinder 12-ft. eletnc lion 5 East Pine at Court Street, Central Ave Phone ___ I Phone rteht priced rteht Young TrailerSales 1 dallas ; HONETT VALUES and

I. -. X. Jones.minway. : APATMENSHomes Or.s Bui', meat ea
.: i as you I ble deep freece Ut te oneI 92 weekdays, 91 Trucks and passenger rent I ble sedsn Her Is a real bargain! haTRAILER I CHEVROLET-1937 Iowa
I oP Fla Bank rd list it with I II I I can use in line .Qwpment Lo" by S39S t
next hour day or .k. rates, 375 won t long At 60 -1946 Universal 25 ft.3t I
L. JtA
3 : of lake front with new 2 I, oen. Klttredge & Son Realtors. rent with.Hampton priced for Broker\ .. e.i, N Orange phone ; only R s Evans W'i I rooms. bottle gast ianersprinc mattress sedan. : If you are lookine for THAT i

.c ACE Ille bungalow including 17 Eat Centr.i2-311.. 61. Help U anted-Female JIM '47 I aedan Driven 19 ft awning electrical automatic ,, I
'; t. electric kitchen equipment terse I BDNOA1OW8 -.A good listing U a :I 51. ..MBUDIVEIT month. I DDl4or. Motor excellent I water heater. oil circulating :i FORD-.1942 dump truck. KIND OF SERVICE drive In. !

la& and work .hol. oft I sure sale1! W* will furnish the sales I Iefor | GROCERY MARKET Dn tSOO I. BEUCN-nr operator Ap I Competitive rates 904 N. Orange: ,[ condition R.dO.mil.heaterseat heater and plat'orm and chairs in- i' I YOU'VE FOUND IT! .
S .. 441 at Bit Yalrvlew. if YOU supply the product T. I II I I week $ with U. eo..n, Arat Beauty dial 2-4521 j cover. new tires owner. 4OO eluded Ready to move in. Cafl I
CenI Long low 12 W. Church 2-01Clext. 1S5O or 2-4754 |i FORD 1939 Semi-cattle' .
'165. terms Howard Jones .It I Realtor 62 la E rent lvtll Qu.rer t S.I OLIN ODRIYK IT IXC. New Broadway I : /
i j Owner ill Box cars i /
Moss Broker. 132 S M.l I tral Arcade): 4237 61. Cleronl. I fUNAL.'GIRL Good hours good I I for rent by cay week or month. i I I DDE- 1939 4-door sedan TRAILERS-New and used Aoericaa. i i trailer. i
Wwne client for bungalow HARDWARE STORE Well 1 East New Premier $1499 and 11993 Aceetsortes I I / t
I 691. ; BUNOALOW-Have I es.b ,pp1. 5 OUI No red tap. 2 locations. 242 N I IOrange 4doren. Open .Dl .
J frame bungalow ex's with large rooms throuithout hsf bue. Clean le 0 I Grill and 143 N. I J. 8. C. Wotn N. Orange I Coleman and Prewar I i 'vtIit ,
JEROM atove.ster good WilburStrickland. .lok l.tln Whit Ph 2-814 stove parts dolBes awning. bottle CHEVROLET-1939
Electric Must be In G B NURSEMAID .
lo.ton i wnite experienced: Gal.nd. 2-3n. Custom sedan pick-
.cnduon. laundr tub*. deep I I Broker. Church; st.r. I light housework assist 2 small DD&194. Wadsworth, 615 Aad., sss equipment etc Ankney Trailer I' O43yfl53,9fpg5USEI t
0. .ell chicken HIGHWAY beer, wit Sales N Orange Blossom TrafL I up truck.DODGE1936.
electric "
pump. j 6.5. 1-9-Ret.u.nt children : ev- 71. Auto Service Orange Ave Phone 8597 ,
ffenDI ,
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boose and pen. Work shop and sar"ate bHOMESBUSINESSEleLIstS wine gas atln. 2 P.Y' cellent .. help = -
Laree shade tree Dandy lawn I.I I your property with aggressive driveway. C rom .- .prent. t 55O9. othr. Jh! LIGNSIENT-Free Prompt DODGE-1942 StatIon wagon 4 i Ii IiTRACTORSOrove :
CAREXCHANGE
ipUOD wheel Just right for !
some
& 5 ares 1615'1 Realtors Chenault AT Jennings Inc unfinished c.bl. Sp.c or by expert A 'I drye. coupe.We
Abut .
PBS .
abbn., 672 N Orange Ave.. Phone '34.WANfNO trsi.er or without lake I OPERA!OR-One with hoe stop rep.lr service at Goodyear one. I surveyor, .10. m.n S841 D & WMotors : type- I / .
Apply Aosebtlt 601 N
: iswith M J. 140. Broker 132jMain 'I buyers frontage The. Midway, 1 mlies I tel. rence a Ho' 30O N. Orange Ave I I Orange: : I
phone HOME daily for north of Orlando I FORD-1940 Deluxe :"5'tuor. 3 entirely rebuilt grove tractor for i have many more to choose .
.' and OPERATOR Not j AUTO BRAKE JOBS and wheel !I Good mechanically. $; sale. Can be seen .fvatate : j
3 ft. highway ICA .
300 on
ACRE
PLOT facing businesses and l.rm. Btrout II Ii I HOW DNCMEEclent 10 I alignment 1-dsy service Wheelsbalanced from each representing good 5
c. 17-92 and 220 ft on big lake bom.. ". 3 n.r old. Hours 4 p m. to | Motors 751 N. MU Growers Co-Oneratire Foreet City I /

Beautiful cabin or home site $5OOO I i ftoalty.3l8 5 Coloial. I 17-9J in city limits of Wtnt Park 1 a.m. r,1 rl.U.e anj I ft Son while. 70 W wait.. Church.C. values and dependable trans Comer Wathouvon sad garland .;

XJ. Mow. Broker 132 S. : Nice home for ownrr rental iPnt: Ii..r Orao I P.nll. I !portation. .
ff-one 6977 & ,: HOUSES WANTED-We have proa-i!' ."armllt which will return more relment. Per.nt BODY AND FENDER repairing .AI FORD-1836. This Ford has run i 1947 ZIUUER TANDEM to here In / ; !
for *. 3 and 4bedroomhomes good pay Cab Co- paintmc Estimates & Ito
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pens Price S15- Jo 1d a little New 1 4 and 6-vassenger models. Equipped
aall-
#-, <0 able ACRES- House some. Electricity terms See TOdd in good locations Ca. 14 W BNlcholoD S 0.Chenanlt .D tvetment.JeDt R.ltr.i ]".r or Mr H3.en. Stbf.clo vu.rntd.. I was a train troubl.a Jlc.s I eon'C I with Bot je tan and apartment i 219 W WatUatfltoo st.
12. Realtr. N. Or* : SECRETARY-Eiperjenywd 2-153. know 5 extra All
150 Robin- 74. ___ : responsible -! 2 Pno quarts sue Frisldaires models now OB /
: W Hitn. Re.ltr. E I 8tHOM i position: payroll experience BRAKES REPAIRED-We all Job. You'11 it before dIsPlay. Cp to 30 mOnths to ;
_ Wa LAKE LUCERNE SECTION It you suPP1 thi n. you pay. 220 W. WishtBftoa St. I
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.i-- _Ph 162. would be helpful First MaUonal home, $165 J D. INC.
& : are interested in a large beautiful -I Apply your auto needs; .l u.s. gas R Smith 711 N. Prank fteed Trailer Sales 201 N. VARNER T
1Q COUNTRY HOME with 3 lalebo An Customer ..Iun home with several dollars Bank at Orlando j and oil Dixie Sae W Orange. Orange moTr&JL 139ff.Ga4aSt. .
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& porches: 2-ear ve ao 2-b.t 11 per mt tcom. must SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS ; South at Bn. S.D. I $200 DOWN.will buy a house trailer 234 W. Central Ave. -

age chicken runs. Lot of "T nice sion. Ross Anersn. see this health reason I Experienced. Steady work, good VAR'E 1'c wants to buy your from Frank Reed Large selection f' j
: deep
) well Brker. Orange; 623.I I for selling Furnished or anfurnUtsed -: pay; five days a week Bus transportation ,, .ut trck and will par top FORD--1941 .5 door sedan Radio and of new and used trailer to cboee Phone 2-3153 PHONE Z.JI
aa and fruit; mod"Mf1rtrK/ HOMES priced rlln for Quick sale W Jl trade'on bungalow 809 cosenl er1dco' D. Varner Inc heater, black finish clean inside from. Cp to 30 months to pay why / -- j

.el.,. r.. induf. Iri. 1610. .It I Any location 01 g:ze. HO'ad I Lucerne Terrace Ph 7915. No Sunday ready Sunnytowa Sewingi Irlce Imllltlate1.. aol S.nlc 234 and out. Only $1195 Colinial Dr. Ph. II i pay rent? Frank Reed Trailer Sales. I
S.i. 306 N. : 7325. I Casselberry, W. i I 201 N.
Soom .Cent.1 Arcade: Phone 7407 Broker. 1.l cal I Plant F. Central Ave. PhoJ 33UJ 2-3J i Orange Blossom Trail.


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FISHING COMES FIRST I Page 16 fjrlanhfl tnrttbtg fcntllnrl Tuesday, September 2, 1947 -
BANGOR Me. tUPJ A sign; faa i Reds Claim U.S.

Bangor store; reads: "This store; ''THE GALLUP POLL i -

will be closed as long as the fish- : August Construction Gains f

ing is good.
: Holding OfficerLONDON
------ I in French Like Marshall Plan
WASHINGTON TAP] New con- compared with $288 million

WANT MONEY' struction work during August 1: July, a more than seasonal gain I UP! An official Soviet

I dodGe ttrCo 1.me over scored July a Construction more the than Commerce seasonal;Division Department's gain reported -- accounted Public housing for $19 construction million I But Suspect U.S. MotivesI I news day) agency that American charged today [Tues-I SPECIAL NITE CREAM

against $8 million in July and thorities in Southern
,
last night. public non-residential buildingwas refused to release Soviet Army I. 1
AN AUTO LOAN The division estimated' its I GEORGE GALLUP Maj. who
I $46 million against $44 mil- Pulavsky crossed the 52.50
TAKES ONLY A FEW value at $1,212.000000, over 5per lion in July. I [rr.r Arrr: n Instlt1lte t Public Opin nnl border dividing American zone size
.1N MINUTE cent' higher' than its revised I PRINCETON, N. J. "Le Plan Marshall" as the from the Northern Soviet-held '.
August public highway con- 25 pnCe
estimate of $1.153000000for struction was estimated at $135 French call it, has wide popular support throughout area. forSI.
July. The August figure' was
..
nearly' 15 per cent above August million or $5 million more thanin France. But some Frenchmen are suspicious of American The Tass dispatch asserted
last year. July, while sewer; and water\ movites in proposing the plan.A Pulavsky while bathing: in ,
Kaishu 6, washedto
Bay Aug. was
construction was unchanged from
irL poll by the French Institute of
in Public shows
I Total private construction July at $26 million. New con- Opinion the opposite shore south of t
August was estimated at $909 million servation and development construction that nearly two-thirds of : the 38th parallel where he was Apply famous Elmo Special x ''
and private housing con- million in August French people think arrested and turned' over to a Site Cream to your face and
Loan $10 to $300 struction made up $443 million of I i I 9 was $46 cent from July. was right to take part in the"1 Eugene Ormondy Hired representative of the U. S. Com- throat tonight for love.
up per
that total Both gains were greater I sions of the Marshall Plan I mand. best tomorrow. Use it gen
than usually made between !I is a plan for European For Hollywood Bowl I "American erously. A wonderful aid in e*
fmA lv, July and August going above 5 PENICILLIN CENTES PLANNED covery with American aid Nearly HOLLYWOOD TAP) Eugene Or- Southern Korea military have authoritiesin not jet preventing tones, helps restore
per cent in each case I FREEMONT Ohio IUP1 Fre- half say that Russia was wrong natural ods. At this special
I returned Pulavsky in conformitywith
''
JNC mandy. music director of the
Private non-residential construction mont officials and hospital staff in refusing to participate.
; the usual practice of the price, you cant afford not to
at $266 million made members are considering settingup Yet a substantial number in Philadelphia orchestra, has been 'I''
Soviet command
when
American tr'it.
EMPIRE HOTEL BUILDING only the usual seasonal gain. penicillin therapy stations in France-47 per cent of those I, engaged as principal conductorand Army men accidentally arrive in
financed public utility various sections of the city to relieve polled-think that
Privately America
32 West Central Avenue pro- musical adviser of the Holly- the Soviet zone" the Tass dispatchsaid
construction totaled $125 million. crowded hospital conditions. the Marshall Plan
posed ma.inlyI :
Orlando Tel. 9857 as quoted by Moscow.
Total public construction in Au- : Trained technicians would man .I because the United States needs wood Bowl Orchestra beginningwith r l lVOW
gust was estimated at $303 million I the centers. I foreign markets to avoid an eco- the 1948 season. the Bowl association PROFS EAT WELLNEW Gouaches ,
Air-Condition* -- -- nomic crisis.
announced )esterday.I Representatives of 16 Euro- I Frauerbach, manager of the cafe- / Floor
pean nations are now sitting in The mihrab, or niche indicatingthe teria at City College, believes that
Paris drawing up a consolidated direction of Mecca, in early the average professor eats twiceas DREW LO b
spa "budget" of their economic needs. ; Mohammedan mosques was often much as the average student.He .
When this is completed and the : estimated that whereas the
total cost estimated, the United decorated with ceramic tiles on
i professor spends 68 cents for his
States has promised to study the ,I which verses from the Koran average meal at the cafeteria, the
''I The Fashion and Quality Store Since 189
rll requirements and see what it can I were inscribed. student eats only 30 cents worth.
do to help the needy nations with -----
loans shipments of machinery
and goods and other means. |
Shortly after the Paris conference -
began, the French Institute, YOWELL DREW IVEY CO. IN ORLANDO I
one of the eleven members of the ,
International Association of Public -
opinion [Gallup] Institutes
I questioned a cross-section of
French voters on the following:
"Sixteen European nations are
meeting in Paris to discuss the
Marshall Plan. The following na-
tions have refused to participatein
the discussion-Albania. Bulgaria
: Finland Hungary, Poland.

Romania and Yugoslavia., Czechoslovakia Do you think Russia that This is the FALL to .

the Marshall Plan can succeed in
spite of this" :'
Can succeed ...... 46%
IA Cannot .. _.. 22
s lkJtG GKQi No opinion 32
"Do you believe that Francewas
r i right or wrong to partici-
j CREME pate in discussions of the Alar-
: shall Plan"

Right .... m. .... m.._ m. .. 64%
II' i Wrong ... _m.m._ 8
I No opinion m."_ .. ._... .._..... 28
I I : FORMULA "In your opinion is the Marshall r
Plan any threat to the Independence \\ \
of France?"

\ Yes _.._........__.. 23'% t .
No .. .____..mno__.__.._ 38
PERMANENT
No opinion .__ 39
I "In your opinion was.mu the pro- for Ivey's presents two outstanding
I!
\ posal of Mr. Marshall dictated by
P P "1. The desire of America to I new coats that tangibly, dramatically .
a intervene in internal affairs

pTitrs wave is espectaljjpriced/or: this month.Jf "of Europe .._ .. .. 17% I outdate your last year styles i '
2. A sincere desire to aid Eu-

j includes curls rope's recovery __ ..18
test ,a creme shampoo,and "
3. The need to find external
.. markets to avoid an economic .
i Xlovefy permanent waie gfven with gentle crisis in the NJS" 00.00...,.. 47
; \ No opinion .. 18
:lotTouj tat acfcjetc soft ijk, kshYrg curl, "Do you believe it is a good

thing or a bad thing that Russia I
;'and finally 30.individual. flattering hair sty le. $8.50 refused to participate in discus- I
sions of the Marshall Plan
Good thing u. 27% i
Bad thing ...43 I
No opinion .. _. .. 30 I
"Do you believe Russia was
/ HAIRCUT $1.50 right or wrong in refusing to
? Phone 6141 participate'?"
a Ivey Air Conditioned W. racMmMr tEVlOMmonicorvt Right 18%
-i Beauty Salon nrf CU.tOL1rlezzanlne ./ Wrong ummum ...... 47
Oil Skampeo/ ring No opinion _. ... _..00_ 35
A study; of the reactions of peo-
ple in the Netherlands was con-
ducted in July by the Dutch Institute -
of Public Opinion. It found
that more than seven in every 10
had heard or read about the
Marshall Plan and that 75 per
cent of these wanted Holland to
co-operate with the plan { \ \
a American sentiment was measured i
i Once again you can in July by the American In- |
stitute. which showed that approximately -I
one-half the nation's \ \ r'J
voters had heard or read about
the plan and that a substantial I
Look SLIM. majority [51 per cent] of this
group expressed opinions favorableto
i
it.The I' iI41
total outlay for radio bat-
[ teries in 1947 is expected to reach
!

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