Orlando morning sentinel
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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
Sunday sentinel=star
Orlando Sunday sentinel=star
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: September 3, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
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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Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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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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within a 75-mil radius of Orlando tII.

area wliicb creates 24 per cut of Florida'!
livestock production. 56 per cent of Florida'lfamed : Radio .......-- Page 4 Society .. Pages 8-9

citrus.vegetable crop 92 per ceit of Florida' State .__,__ Page 5 Financial Page 10 1 f

'Tis a Privilege to Live in Central Florida-The World's Most Beautiful Place for Abundant 4t :/ ) J ,f


u.s. Raps Soviet Balk 'Veterans Get I'Internal CffYus Rule i

On Reich Unification $$300,000 Urged by W. L. StoryI

Economic Thesis''G- Leave Bonds ,I

'U.S. Provoked Japan'-Hoover

Offered by Reds WASHINGTON [API Former Pres. Herbert Hoover was 1,200 Ex-GIs I Trying It Out for Size! I [Plan To Prevent

Quoted yesterday by the American Magazine as saying the Line HereBy .
U. S. never would have been attacked by Japan at Pearl Harbor Up
precipitating the nation's entry into World War II, "iir Ii i Market

Draws AttackKremlin .<' we had not given them provocation." FRANKLIN H. STEVENSON i{ Flooding

/ J Sidney Shalett, writing in the September [C I'. Ed.tor.: :: The Sund-, Se-t nel-StorJ, I 4\e7

., issue. said "Hoover still does not believe it There is nearly $300,000'I II ''

ProtestOn r "- was "necessary for the U. S. to enter the I loose in Orlando today. Vt-rncsf/77ic Giwi: Sought for Fall

S war and quoted the Republican elderI
statesman as adding: I And nearly 1,200 veterans Et'
Output Rejected ,
55 5 ; "1 never believed Britain was in dangerof have about as many plans on / vl# er' '

WASHINGTON [UP] The defeat. When Germany attacked Russia, how to spend it. S Industry Leaders

U. S. yesterday again censur- it made Shalett a British wrote victory that Hoover possible.placed" no Lines began forming at the Get Program OutlineI /

ed Russia for failing to agreeto Hoover trust in the Russians. asserting "You. can't three Orlando banks before 8:30 MORRISON C. MIRIAM I IOrlrdo

economic unification of pin them down. There Isn't any truth in them." as the ex-GIs moved to cash their I .
1124J,4f { Morning; 5ntnet; S3ff Writer
terminal leave pay bonds but by
Germany and turned down noon the situation was pretty Adoption of Internal as well

sharply a Soviet protest over the .
---- ---- well under control. as external grade regulationsin
Anglo-American decision to raise
Florida Bank at Orlando lead order to prevent overload-
German Industrial output In their Hear !
U.S. To We'll Guard
occupation zones. the dollar parade, cashing 558 log the fresh fruit market

The State Department also (See Pictures Page 2) with early oranges this Fall

made It clear to the Kremlin In Pinellas/ Woes Peace Truman was advocated yesterday by W. L.
a diplomatic note that German bonds totaling 143202.! Story of Winter Garden memberof j

production would play a vital role On Red Tide Tells ParleyRIO 1 First National Bank at Orlando : ''t A I 7"1m///jJJI 'Dc!i iE both the Florida Citrus Commission ,

In the Marshall European Reha- handled 393 bonds adding up to ,, S/' L" ;" '_# and the Growers Admlnisjtrative -

bilitation Plan. regardless of Rus- I TBv The Assoc ared Press] DE JANEIRO [UP] $89.062. J ,1 I 4 i Committee.

sia's refusal to join the project. A four-man delegation of President Truman said yester- S Citizens National Bank at Or- ;; I In a letter to Industry leaders.

The Soviet foreign office on Pinellas County leaders was day that the United States lando cashed 246 bonds amount- j S he suggested that representativesof
Aug. 18 objected strongly to S (
I the United
ing to 66000. ..
scheduled ,
American-British-French talks to fly to Washington was determined to remain i G o'w and ':: t ...
; At the Florida Bank & Trust i' r e r s ; .
In London on Germany's industrial I today to put squarely strong and that its traditional Co. in Winter Park 114 veterans I I I'Shippers Assn. i

future as a violation of the up to U. S. officials theirS aversion to violence" must not be cashed in bonds totaling 29000. 'Florida C I t r u sIll! '.' <. ;

1943 Potsdam agreement. need for Government assistance in misinterpreted as an invitation to Producers Trade .. t .
i All of the banks
Replying yesterday. the U. S. others "to take liberties with the set up special 4w 7, ;, ''
& >
: determining by scientific Assn.. Florida 4'
means I i 1' facilities for handling theI -.IJ/s Asb S
foundations, of inter national t
Used the of the Potsdam
language ; I
I how to prevent the recurrence of peace." I anticipated crowds. The > 'h. I Canners A san. 't
procedure '
accord to support Its stand that { the "red tide" and in establishinga Addressing the closing sessionof % I and Florida Farm
was somewhat complicated f' ,
Russia had failed to eeg
approve an satisfactory system of disposingof the inter-American conference. Bureau confer '
of few hours before witnessedthe by the fact that Labor
economic merger the four oc- j a he
which litter
rotting carcasses with the Growers
cupation zones. signing here of a historic Day created the usual heavy
: the beaches after every visitation hemphisphere defense the I Administrative '
treaty bank
The State poet-holiday transactions. j.
Department. in effect -
of the deadly plague. President said the U. S. was deeply and Shippers S i
Informed Russia that what Fully half of the cross section :; .,:
P. R. Francke co-ordinator of conscious of its world positionin Advistory Committees i
the Americans and British do In a postwar era which had of veterans questioned said they
: the Pinellas campaign against the S at their ; .. 4organization I
their zones Is their business. brought it "bitter disappointmentand were going to pay debts with the-1
red tide, said the group plannedto Story ,:
France. too. has balked at the deep concern. money with doctors bills and car
consult first with. Albert Day. nations still sub ---- S ;, meeting in Lakeland Sept. 16 to i
Many were
four-power merger, but the two notes in the lead, followed by' ,
head of the Fish and Wildlife jected to "foreign domination," "guide their policy making."
have offered hear mortgage payments and house I
powers to the : im- :
Commission. They would be guid- he said, and many in Europe I "Surely if we look at the historyof I
French views on future industrial !j provements.
and Asia" live under the shadowof
ed in seeking out other Washington shipments and prices we will
output. < a mad aggression. S Other answers ranged from I
officials by the result of their
decide that drastic action be-
The Soviet Is'' deadly may
Government European recovery Is lagging serious-"we are going to ,
talk with Day, Francke said. "
certainly aware of the importance he said because of "paralysis of have a baby and now we can pay come necessary he :said.

of German production to the economic "-' Bruce The Blackburn delegation of Includes St. Petersburg Mayor political The United fear and States uncertainty., he said"will for It"-to frivolous-"111 use. the: I\Windsforjrns Sweep '! U.S.- Juice Stocks ,S industry"Let'* get together the real, roots those of who the 1

rehabilitation of Europe. Mayor George Carpenter of Pass- pursue the quest for a real peace money to finance a sflU7i' ;> : have been in It and are ,in it

the note saId. obviously referring : A-Grille. City Mgr. Boyd Bennett i"with no less persistence and no Quite a number 'plan to save New'England; Three l deep, anwtlf we -can't Had
to the Marshall Plan. j less determination than we applied the I i common cans for thebest use
money the Citizens bank :
"This is particularly true in ;i of Clearwater and County Comm., to the quest for military vic- j reporting Killed Scores Hurt of any and all tools we have."
respect of the Ruhr area of !, Andrew Potter.Rebels. !tory." for Instance that a "sur Governor's : Off 50 Per CentS i
i Story. whose letter was address-
Germany. -- -- ---- S prising large number opened new BOSTON [uP] Violent windstorms I
I ed to the three
associations. the
"Furthermore the failure of i ** with winds i
accounts. clocked
the Soviet Government to Implement NearQUITO. City'tatorlal Two vets in deep consultation i TALLAHASSEE [AP] high as 116 miles an hour struck; : ol to Or'onrfo Mcrrvrxj Sen'-;"1erJ! ,Farm Exchange.Bureau.the the commission Florida Citrus and

the Berlin tPotsdam'] ; Capital at the First National Bank reported tice H. L. [Tom] Sebring New England yesterday and accompanied -.5 WASHINGTON-Juice the two Federal control commit
Agreement has placed the i
upon by electrical disturb-
United States a heavy financial when questioned that Florida Supreme Court ances, killed at least three per-: stocks are 50 per cent lower ,that tees pointed will to the out possibility fast
oranges move so
burden in the occupation of Ger- Ecuador tUPJ Rebel regime and was seeking they were going to start a partnership S yesterday he would not sons, injured scores and caused l, than at the same period last that "the fresh market will be

many. : forces seeking to overthrow self-' to co into exile. j with the money. damage high in the thousands of killed the third or fourth week
'The Only a small the governorship in year, the Canners' Market Re-
U.S. Government said dollars.
is unable -' percentage "
I :
proclaimed Dictator-Pres. Cot Velasco said that Mancheno had i after shipments begin.
to accept the thesis that would be a candidate to The storms left a wake of debris port; said here yesterday. "Again this season most of the
Carlos Mancheno approached sought to Invoke the Latin American
nothing can be done to alleviate { Rough! himself as a member of from New Hampshire to Rhode S crop Is of uniform bloom and although -
i in wholesale stocks during
the financial burden of the U.S. within 12 miles of this capital tradition of "asylum" by i: S Island. Maine and Vermont es- probably several weeks

or to develop within the frame-'i last night. and an informed source i taking refuge in the Venezuelan Shipman NEWARK cashed(APJ in Veteran his terminal Ray- court.Returning last week the full impact of the i ', July when Florida and Texas late about all of the early oranges

work of the Berlin Agreement the said Mancheno had resigned.In i Embassy but that there had been I leave bond at a bank yesterday ope where he served with storms which came in from the j citrus canners were shipping will reach the' necessary maturityfor

of contribution of the Western zones Buenos Aires. Argentina. it some delay, and Mancheno had lie received $207 and a military tribunals. Sebring Middle West. ,I heavily, shows a large consump- shipping under the State lawsat
Germany to the economic "
reconstruction few in tion at low about the same time. he said
I minutes later was held up 'response to questions prices with remaining '
of Europe until the was reported that former Pres. "disappeared. and robbed by two men whogreeted would give a defmite < The Weather stocks in wholesale warehouses so'I i' "The crop Is somewhat shorter,
consent of the Soviet Government Jose Maria Velasco Ibarra had < Diplomatic sources in Chile him with the words: few days to newspaper !, but with the packing facilitieswe

has been obtained." I j announced he would fly today to said they had learned that Man- ""-e know you got the money! that he might run for ORLANDO AND VICINITY: [ low that nice clean-ups are In have and the eagerness of

The U.S. then renewed its Invitation I Guayaquil anti-Mancheno strongI I cheno: had fled Quito after hand- Hand it overt"they I Sebring yesterday said Partly cloudy through tomor- l sight.Market growers and shippers to get some
indirectly to Russia as "while I consider the row except local thundershowers I psychology has of the cream prices of the first
well as France to Join the eco- j hold. ing his resignation to the lead- | I! ship of Florida one of the & in afternoon early evening. changed entirely, the report few carloads to reach the markets,

nomic merger of Germany with I Velasco claimed that Man- !, ers of three main 'political par. intended to blow the money i j est honors that could: be : said.When we can overload the market very
the U.S. and Britain. in on a spree. A number were sales were difficult to
j stowed man, it quickly.
I eheno had abandoned his ties. upon any
going: into business the
or use make
owners were panicky about
Cracker Jim Sez
I honor for which I not :
may "In the past about a thousandcars
funds to help finance college edu- stocks. Now that
; is good, i
Two Young Fliers Killed i I cations. :; tend at this time. Done went down yestiddy to packers, wholesalers of oranges the third week
and retailers
Blast Uncovers Jewish j I "When In 1934 I
: Labor r after shipments begin has been
Day Holiday that to
S One young man declared he law practice for the Longwood place arrange feel that they can move remainingcarryo'ers
After Buzzing Friend In about all the markets handled
for some slit rails for to fence
'' and the relatively small
HENDERSON. Tenn. UP1] Two [ Deadliest of Year Irgun Arms Factory ;; while would the get married man behind with the him money with I'becoming mined to a make circuit service Judge I that new pasture of Squirei production of low grades this sea- ,1 successfully I fear we may well

C University of Tennessee Larkin's. I run into that Arnold son by gradually selling these. expect disastrous prices again
students that certain gleam In his eye declared -]i Judiciary life's work." |i I
Paul Talley. 20. and Dick Harde- f far The Assoc ated Press] JERUSALEM I UP] Two explo- he was going to use his my ;' fellow what makes the laws in New pack movements disappeared -. this season" if we go much beyond -

man.20. both of Henderson. crash- I The Labor Day observance; sions in Tel Aviv led yesterday to S for a divorce. I' I'I that place and ", S so well In August that: this.
Slay Seven went to that he
ed to flaming deaths yesterday In I discovery of an underground arms| An Associated Press of he shore was S wholesalers and retailers want every Story on say
violent survey .
with at least 454 deaths
the wreckage of their small rent- 'riled up sompin case packers can load in the believed the Industry's grade and
S factory that had been turning out : major U. S. cities brought reports Of Anti-Disease
ed airplane. A friend said he had 293 of them in traffic accidentsleft | awful. He an I next three weeks. size regulations as they were used

been buzzed several times by the its grim stamp yesterday as mortars, bombs, revolvers and S from a of"moderate"bond-cashing to "heavy"ranging ZITACUARO. Mex. [UP i that ole woman The prospects for a late start ;:last year are not adequate to con-

plane before the crash. i the dealiest holiday for motorists: automatic time fuses. The body rush. I! angry mob of peasants j S of his'n was S in the Florida, season because of I trol the "prospective flood of
'seven Mexican members of ( "-'- last fruit"S
spatin sompin year's late bloom is another
of believed member of the
thus far in 1947. a man a ._______
Approximately nine million ex- and-mouth disease field S about who factor which is moving juice "I suggested last year and eug-
Reich I
Demonstrations j j The traffic toll compared with Irgun Zval Leuml was found in servicemen are eligible to cash death with knives and LINe"I was holdin up prices higher S j
1 228 highway deaths Memorial : the wreckage. $1,800 million In bonds. .I here and 'r (Continued on Page 2. CoL 2]
Curbed; Jews Due Soon on near Monday the supper ever Last week saw grapefruit Juice'
I Day and 255 July 4, and was con- I; i wounded an eighth I'I'i nite. He done prices soar to a new high for the ,
FRANKFURT. Germany [APIA siderably above the advance pre-.:i protesting slaughter of : been talkin to a fancy machinery season. Rail Crash Kills
sharp curb on demonstrations diction of 250 deaths made by I Boy, 4, Slays Sister S animals. I', drummer while that ham grits The active market paid 70 to 75

by by the displaced American persons was ordered the National Safety Council. Ned ; Because 'She Hit Me' I|! an gravy got cold last nite, an cents for No. 2s and $1.70 to $1.75 35 Injures 15
Military Govern- I
H. Dearborn council president! Gen. Kenney Says } she went to the store the tother for 46 ounces. ,I ,
ment yesterday-Just a few days 'S described the traffic toll as a "Ro-I| WAUKEGAN. HI. [UPI William nite and staid longer than it takes Oranges and blended juices con- DUGALD, Man. tAPJ The worst
before the 4.000 Jews '
exodus 1947 from the man holiday of spilled blood" that j:I Taylor. 4, shot and killed his sister 'Prepared for Battle' to use up two dips of snuff. Now tinued strong. train wreck In Western' Canada's
are expected "
at Hamburg. to arrive -I"exceeded our worst fears. i|I Betty. 8. with a shotgun yester- TOKYO [UP Gen. both of them refuses to do no, Orange brought $1.10 to $1.15''history killed at least 35 persons

day "because she hit me." William Kenney Strategic Air cookin lest hits gonna be served', for No. 2s and 2.60 to $2.65 for 46 :; and Injured seriously 15 othersi

; Bolt Kills Father Son I 1' readily admitted that he shot his chief said yesterday that j on time. That rascal says hits too i j ounces. i ii i here early yesterday when a CanadIan -
Son Kills i National
HousekeeperAfter Blends brought $1 to 1.05 for| Railways Campers'Special
sister while they Vere at home in Alaska Japan and the dura hot to be arguyfin about S
Father's Suicide ''Wading in Daytona Surf waiting for their mother Mrs. pines were better food nohow, an that he aint gonna No. 2s and $2.15 to $2.20 for 46 S 5 collided head on here witha
stationary transcontinental
1 ounces. passenger *
Viola Taylor. battle than during World pay her no mind till the cool >
CLEVELAND [API Frank Rob- train.
I Ii I winds start in October.
ertson Jr.. 20. high school I of lightning killed Frank D. Coak- ( and planes carrying the : Early rescuers found flames
; Russia U.S. i
uate yesterday acknowledged he j ley. 31, of Louisville and his son U.S. Jap Council Head bomb were ready "anytime. .1 TODAY'S TIDES Rejects ';shooting 50 feet high. Screamsof

shot and killed his father's house- Frank K.. 2. as they were wading,, Dartona Beach and New Smyrna attach Bid for Free DairenWASHINGTON the hurt and trapped came

keeper. Miss Caroline Miles 30.''to surf here yesterday. Hospital Hits Red ObstructionTOKYO Chemical Blast Kills Six i TidK Leo .High m. and: 8.4 3'18. m.pm.and 2.27 p.m.: Low: i [UP Russia has'',I from the piled up wreckage but

after the father. 66, had committed attendants theorized the bolt had [UP) William J. Ger- DIJON France [UP] Six i Cocoa Beach Tides: High: 8:58: ..m.. and : rejected a second American I Ii ,the heat of the flames drove most
; note
suicide struck the water\ nearby electro-I i : pm.: Low 9:10 am. and 3.28 p.m. : of the rescuers back.
killed and 10
because "she drove \ aid chairman of the Allied Con- ers were I Sebastian inlet Tide: Huh, : 8:51: .m i demanding that the Soviet-occu- I
him to it," police reported. 1! cuting the two. ; trol Council of Japan yesterday when an explosion of and 2.42 II m.. LOW 8.OS ..m. and ;3.23 pied North China port at Dairen.
: charged Russia with obstructing origin rocked the Cheddite pm. be returned !Tonight's Movies
6:44. to Chinese control
Sun Phases: Rite: 6 : Sets:
I947Scitcmbe947ISw : Adm. Byrd Leaves Hospital i, the counsil's work misuse of the leal plant at I and reopened to international I BEACHAM. : The Perils. of Pauline 1.23.
II LOCAL TEMPERATURES ;3:30. S 31. 7:1233.:
; body and failure to yesterday.
J four-power
i:. BALTIMORE (APJ Johns Hopkins Recorded by U.8. Weather Burull atIlUDlc1Pal commerce the State DepartmentS ; ROSY: The Perils of Paulina. 1:29. 3:30.
:. ',6e 7u. "UVrf 111" 1i-a Hospital announced that j make a single constructive criticism I Airport. disclosed yesterday. The State Department -I 531.: 7:32. 11'33.COLONY .
Minimum n : Nocturne. 2.00. 4:00 6.00, 8:00
since the council was form- Maximum 55; S I
Rear Adm. Richard E. had disclosed yesterday. The
Byrd I DAYTIME 1 am.. ____ n r 1 p.m. __ 923p.m.es ; 1000.
3456 been discharged yesterday and| ed. ? 2 e.m. __ ;. I 2 p.m.. 13 Soviets also refused to accept rel GRA.VD: Stanley and UriMitoa. 10.
that his condition was satisfactory.I When you order ; ,l sponsibility for the treatment of 4:04 7:08.. 10:12:: Winter Wonderland. 2.51.
I 4 'r4 I 4 H I 15S5.: $59.RIALTO
am. pm
7 8 9 10 11 12 chandise from S ..m. 'it I :5 ...m. __ H ; American business interests in I i : Traffic IB Crime. 2:25. 4:50.
'Gymnoginium Says! stores specify quick. 6 am. --- 74 6 p.m. 90 S Dairen as demanded by the U. S. :7:15. 9 4O: Dick 'I'rscy vi. CutfesB. 1:00,
131! 7 ..m. '73 7 p.m. _____ 67S 3.20. 5-45. 8:10.: 10 c 31.
1416! 17 IS 19 Charter WOODS HOLE Mass. (APIA I delivery by a.m. ___ ':5 8 p.m. ____ ItII VOGUE;: Cheyenne.: 3:30. 6-&S. 10:20: ;
L1' tiny sea-creature was blamed Express. the Jack ..m. __ 11 I II It In. ___ U GOP Solon Ladies, M,n. 200. 5 23. 8 30.
-. Line that leaves daily .m. $5 I 10 p.m. _n 11 Flays DRIVE-IN: Partner In Tim*.
yesterday for the Ted tides"which .
m. 8! jIp.m.O APOPKA Honermooa.CLERMOST
Service desstroy fish but the cycles schedule for 41 110 I M1dD4h' __ 79 Republican Leadership : Dark Delutoo.
NO YOU DON'T __. of must studied Florida towns. Merchants DELANO. Dark DetaHro.DELANO .
the be
sea I 6291 I WASHINGTON LUPJ Sen. Baldwin \ Tn Beiianinc ef the led:
before science knows how the CURTIS L. HIXON WON telephone TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE ''DREKA: Sinbad the Sailor
reelection I (R-Conn.
No. there's no worry when you Agent to call for merchandise. Hi h L* rt Hie" Law yesterday roundly' EUSTIS: The Outlsw.K1SSIMMEE .
need money. a job. a place to one-cell killer multiplies enough as Tampa's Mayor I ..lIle. 85 66 I Le Ancelci 102 68 criticized what he termed "inner I Icircle" S : Copacabana.
PaulS. 95 74 JLoourili 88 63IfempbU S .
to become Dr. *
a menace. leadership of LAKE WALES: : That War WWI Wemea.LEESBCBO
live. or anything else to fill handily yesterday over two CUT 87 '74 9S 73 Congress by
Gaulsoff of the U. S. Bureauof op I I, : A Llkelr Story; FACf: Trail
93 7$ 91 75 rock ribbed
your needs. just turn your troubles Unofficial Miami Republicans and I' Street.
Fisheries branded as the poi- ponents. vote was 76 63 Mlnn.-St.Paol to 59New i ,
over to the Sentinel-Star I warned that such men at the I MOUNT DORA: Tarxsn and the Hantress. -
WIREPHONE WHITE ,. of the microorganism for 97 14 Orieana 94 74 .
sone ocean a 13,171 Hixon 7,067 for
Want-Ads for sure results. ; cao 87 60 I New York 88 70 party helm could cost the GOP ;I SANTORD.Temptation..
known as "gymno- I T. cnthitItir I ) :& 80 65 I Philadelphia 87 72 in the 1948 I .
City Rep. George Taylor victory elections. The ST. CLOCDc The RMOTl Wf*
GRI FFI .. 103 76 I Phoenix 112 78 .
NHQY t' unicellular memberof WINTER GARDEN: Fn e worsens.WINraSH
Dial 4161 i and 1,928 for Don V. Guinta.It 95 53 I&.Loots 96 63 "Old Guard. he said "gravely j RAVEN- let MfeeraWes.LAKELAND .
the many-specied EX=P--E :
group V 82 63 Antonl 100 73 hindered" the I .
Republican -
I i 'I program POLKa.a. Way With
: Ask for Want-Ads .,(ttai "-Hill; ;i dlnoflacel &es. was the first time Negroes' rtl' ute .aept 80 56 I San Prneisco 67 56 during the past session oil:Women; PALACE: My ra' 6CtU Brsn!tte;
J voted in a Tampa City Primary. ...- -- 1:1: P.ia 9 98* 69 73 t I Seattle Waihlnrtoa t S3,$ 54aoas 71 Congress. S 'I Irlaa LAKE: oee.'S6n5. Crime. Doctor Manhunt Abie'8


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Airways Moves To Extend Routes Over All of State

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CAB Approval Page 2 9r1anb< iHorntng Jrrnltnrl Orlando, Florida, September 3, 1947 ; THE GALLUP POLL'Confidence

..v, A Stranded Pilot
,- '
:: in 48 GOP

Sought New ,
; Due
"\ ; Monday

Stock Issue SetFlorida I Albert Janes Orlando Aviation Victory Dwindles Sharply

qy Country Club pilot who is still I
a stranded on Swan Island is expected -
Airways Inc., today is re-' r .- r or i 1-:" ',.'e cf rub C: Oc -,Ort
filing with the Civil Aeronautics I i back Sunday as high Octane I PRINCETON N. J.Public confidence in a GOP victory -
Board in Washington. D. C.. a 'M T 1 gasoline was shipped to him
brief in support of its applicationto ? ., Y pta 1 I next year has dropped sharply.
yesterday from Tampa, his boss,
approximately quadruple its J j : The number of voters who think the Republican Party

route miles and cover the whole Tom Turner said jesterday 1 will win the Presidency has dwindled to little more than
A previous shipment of aviation
State of Florida, Joseph L. Dyer, w x. .t gasoline from Cuba was of no use : half of what it was last December. S
president, announced yesterday.
If granted, the airline would I i to Janes because of its low octane. Democrats see more chance or 0 f
have 2,200 unduplicated route Turner hopes that the proper gas- victory now than they did nine Congress in the Michigan 11th I
oline will arrive before salt air months ago. Republicans. once I
miles, with its present
compared District as of good tidings I
I'' n confident that 1948 an omen ,
and water damage his $35000 supremely
463. personnel would total 251 as i'
against 79 and the payroll would R 6 A' twin-engined Gruman Widgeon to was "in the bag" are taking a in 1948 f
be $779431 annually, compared the extent that it is useless somewhat sober attitude today. The most recent Institute survey |
with about $250000 now. ]I|I :* y a rIi' The Swan Island radio range o Many who were at one time sure on political party preference |

Also contingent upon the grant-'II station was in operation until half about GOP victory have now lost throughout all the 48 states \
ing of the application the company I an hour before Janes and two passengers that faith and are sitting: on the shows however that the GOP |

plans to sell $12! million in II : i I. A Kruzen and son fence saying "don't know" has a good deal of fence-mend- j-
stock through Leedy Wheeler & b J ff'c William A., Tampa contractors A major reason for the changed ing to do if it hopes to emerge .

Alleman Inc. Orlando investment I reached it. attitude is, of course, the political as the major party in the presidential F
bankers, to finance the expansion.I I The station was off only an comeback of President race. f

Florida Airways also plans tobuy v I II I hour but caused the pilot to Truman and the Democratic On July 14 the Institute reported |
six Beechcraft I : a : miss the three-quarters of a I Party since the poor showing that 55 per cent of the nation <

its routes at a_ cost :lat7"s.g: !!! ,. __.,.. __ I I mile square island ; made in the 1946 election a I voters with opinions would prefer |
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W'i ''' *#i--'J -v- r.-
each.: I 11HAPPY Flying on Janes finally landed I comeback: charted in polls reported I rto vote for the Democratic Party If fan
Every city of over 10.000 population -I VETERANS CASH TERMINAL leave pay bonds in competition CABBAGE LEAVES: Brothers Harold [left] i I on an uninhabited island off the I by the Institute as early election were being held while t

in Florida. with adequate, with the normally heavy after-holiday bank *ransactions. Above, and Vic exhibit smiles leave Citizens ,i. Honduras coast. After radioing : as Feb. 2. 45 per cent would favor the GOP. I
airport facilities would be covered ex-service men to their hands on that ever lovin' let- Young as they their position, they flew back to The first anywhere in the coun- The Democrats took the lead last 2
by the new routes and 2.530.ISO I I eager get I' National Bank here with money for their terminal '' Swan Island the next day but the t try to spot the Democratic resurgence February with 51 per cent against j.
miles would be flown annually, tuce, line. up with regular customers in lobby of Florida Bank at 'I' extra mileage had used up the the" e surveys were publishedat 49 per cent for the Republicans.r'
1 Orlando. [Story Page 1] leave pay bonds Both said money was already spent. :
compared with 638000 now Dyer I I on i planes gasoline.Zoning a time when other observerswere The two most popular candl-! : f f
still the Democrats
showing '
said.A i dates in the rival parties are Pres- r
hearing on the applicationand : lagcing!
brief which totals 303 pages, Dr. L. A. Armstrong To Address Change 1 How the country is today doping ident Gov.Truman Dewey for for the the Democratsand Repubf F
Internal Citrus Counts
is scheduled for Oct. 7 in Wash- Daytona out the political score for 1948 licans When matched against f
ington. i is shown in the following institute
each other in an Institute I t.
presidential -
Three routes are applied for. Osceo/a/ Teachers at Session survey: "trial heat" Truman led |
starting in Jacksonville Tallahassee Regardless] of how you yourself -
and Pensacola and winding up Rule Suggested Spec : to ""-'--Jo "'r'J 5r., .-- j 675,715 Bathers Board Created feel. which party do you think per with cent 51 per as reported cent to July Dewey's 27. 49 r

in Miami. Two of the routes KISSIMMEE Dr. L. A. Armstrong prominent Southern ; will win the Presidential electionin :, IA I-

mould service Orlando. I I educator from Institute will at the Osceola 1948' quart of watch oil would lu- f
Peabody speak I WINTER PARK-A Zoning Ad- t-
Route No. 1, from Jacksonvilleto I [Continued from Page 1] r'cl I t2" "1' M_ rr ng Sere nel] The trend of sentiment beginning bncate 10 million watches. l
:Miami would have 1% stops. !! i County Teachers' Training Institute this morning, highlighting justment Board was created last last December follows: F-,'
service a population area of gest again that possibly one of I the two week pre-school conference which ends here DAYTONA BEACH-Life Guard night by Mayor B. R. Coleman at Dec Mav -
626,000 persons and total 430 i Capt. Don Kirkwood announced the regular monthly meeting of '46 '47 Now DR. K. F. VAIL
I the best tools is unused, untried Sent. 5.
I I yesterday that a total of 675.715 1
miles one way. It would cover: I the Winter Park City Commission. Think Dems.
Jacksonville Gainesville, Ocala,I and unsung. he said. "I know County Supt. of Education 'bathers had entered the water The board is to interpret the will win ....... 9% 30% 30% announces the Reopening
Tampa. St. Petersburg Avon it will not be tried if any sizable I Brammar and John Davis, sam"1 r 3 E. Jeffries St. Cloud high here during August. citys new zoning law and recom- Think Reps. of his office
Park West Palm Beach. Miami.'t tPalato. I cipal of Osceola High School school principal led the Last year a total of 520025 mend any changes from decisionsof will .
portion of the industry objects group win. 79 53 46
I Leesburg. Lakeland and: but I I discussing the program, said the I'|i in singing, and discussions were bathed here during the same period the Zoning Commission neces- No opinion 12 17 24 at 108 N. Orange Av Mon
am reasonably certain it is noted Nashville Tenn.. educator ', .
Ft. Lauderdale. : led by the following: Kirkwood pointed out however sary to prevent hardship cases or One noteworthy thing about Sept. 8th
i Route No. 2. from Pensacola to j available to us under the present ,I I chairman of Peabody's depart- Miss Sarah L. Hammond Tallahassee that the August figures were promote the public interest. these figures is that while faithin
Miami would have 18 stops. serve i provisions of the Act. ment of education will speak on primary specialist!. in the smaller than July, when 954.550 Its members are Ray Trovil- a Republican victory has gone
of 567.500 and teacher relationships to each other 1 persons took swims. ; lion and CoL R. L. Mosely, i| INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU (UYIYur
population area j! "This is to regulate shipments I II I their the and State educational department; steadily downward from 79 to 46 I
total 702 miles one way. It would I by internal grade as well as by ,: pupil : Sam H. Moorer, Tallahassee, field Kirkwood report also showed three-year terms: R. R. Miller at the same time there has beenno ra..t.i .
'I learning in general.
cover: ''appearance grade. 1 1I i i supervisor; Miss Sarah Krentz- I that the Life Guard Corps had and William Richards two I increase since May In. the I
I'' Pensacola. Panama. City. Apalachicola Tuesday's program was head- 'I Tallahassee consult- and Ashley Woodward i!
""'e I I I man library spent 1,271 volunteer hours on years number looking for a Democratic
gum little 1
Tallahassee, Ocala. Lees-,I very more consumer ed by Mrs. Dora Skipper Tallahassee I, ant. and Mrs. Roy Hanes super- duty, one of the highest number one year. "Idory.Rath@r. s
I burg Orlando. Ft. Pierce. West I Acceptance of our early i I I I co-ordinator of State s I visor of Lake County music department of the Summer season; The City Commission alsopassed there has been an increase j Horn Tern
Mi- oranges by toying with size and I I! supervisory program, introduced i ii I franchise under ,
Palm Beach. Ft. Lauderdale i appearance restrictions. .resident of Leesburg. Guard also treated 1.827 first aid a new in the no opinion or unde- As.etA
ami. Lake City. Gainesville.: Wins i "We can 'I i i by Brammar. i|I Today's program will* include cases and made 38 rescues and [ which the Orlando Transit Co. cided vote indicating that a good HOME-TOWN TRANSACTION!
s ter Haven, Tampa St. Petersburg certainly increase.: Mrs Skipper outlined the need remarks by Supt. Brammar, Harry 10 assists during the month. will pay Winter Park five per cent I many voters have tended to shift :
Sarasota and Ft. Myers. consumer them acceptance by furnish i I I for co-operation In communities i ii |M. Bradley, principal of the Kis- :I The average water temperature of all fares collected within the from confidence in the GOP. to a
I Route No. 3. from Tallahassee ing with more flavorable i i to provide for an integrated educational simmee Elementary School. Mrs. : city limits. The transit company neutral position i Best Trailer
fruit at the for August was 79 4 as compared Shop
to ::Miami would have 19 stops. beginning of the season 'I I program and at the closeof Skipper, and Mary L Bostick: i also agreed to install temporary The change of attitudes within
i with 8.1 last The reportfor
serve a population area of '237.I I we have the fruit in suf- her remarks commented on the Tallahassee State educational year. : routes on request to see whetheror the two parties Is shown below. EXPERT REPAIRING
ficient the week of Aug. 25-31
900 population and total 601 quantity to do so. thoroughness of the pre-school dept. consultant in the field of not traffic will warrant making Last December more than nine in
that bathers here
126,050 swam
: miles one way. Story said shipping records program preparation and participation secondary education, according to them permanent. every ten Republicans felt sure the i 2225 W. Washington
It would cover: 'I|, would show that the flavor of the program.T$7oo. i i 337 first aid cases and 7 rescues The 'Ready-Mix Concrete Co.. GOP would win in 1948. Today Dial 6894
Tallahassee. Lake City. Jack- early oranges influences consumer The rescues!'; were made by Orlando was awarded a $2.181,82 1 I
i I Guards Merryday Bruty seven in ten feel that way [COO Winter Garden Road
I! Harry
sonville. St. Augustine Daytona buying. I 'I contract to repair sidewalks in the I
I How Republicans size up future:
Beach Sanford. Orlando Lake-i I "General consumer acceptance i I Thompson. Snag Holmes Gill town's center. Work scheduled : I
52 Arrested Dec. May
does not begin until reach : $ CashedI I Woodworth and Ralston Wells.
land. Tampa. St. Petersburg Sar- | oranges to begin next week. ; '46 47 Now r
asota. Ft. Myers, Miami DeLand.i nine solids. he continued. "We I Think Dents I GUS MADDEN'SREFRIGERATION
Winter Haven. Avon Park, Ft.\I I begin shipping color-added fruit at In Osceola I Every State in the Union except': will win 1% 12% 12%
1 .unu
Pierce. West Palm Beach and Ft. eight fifty and this fruit that Building Hits Maine Rhode Island North Dakota Think Deps. I

Lauderdale. i{ most of the consumers do not like i I DeLand Vetsi [' and Oregon is represented win win ._Uu....- 94 76 70 I
Dyer said that the general offices accounts for about two-thirds ofI Month the 1.664 students that attendedthe No opinion ...... ... 5 12 18 SERVICEUsed
and overhaul shop of Florj j I our shipments for the first several During i University of New Mexico How Democrats size up future: I r

Ida Airways would remain in ,. weeks [ tT Or'-rdo! Mom-\ ng Sen n&l'] Sharp Slump Summer session. I i I II Dec. May I Refrigerator
Orlando. !i "Most of the oranges on older [Sperio! to Ortendo Morning Sentinel I I '46 '47 Now' and SoldPrompt.mdentRuaoaabJe
Officers and directors of the j I lemon root trees will make nine KISSIMMEE The Osceola DELAND-A total of approximately Think Dems
company all of whom are from I solids and an acceptable solids to : $79000 yesterday was TERMITE CONTROL I; .. :
County Sheriffs docket showed i :St'lt'n: r o Or':"-'n tour rag Sen.t'eI1 win win .19% 49% 46% W. repair all makes ud type
Orlando with exception are: acid ratio If left few weeks
one a longer handed to veterans with terminal I Think Reps.
Dyer. M. D. Holman vice president on the tree No great per- I 52 arrests for August an increaseof leave bonds by the Barnett and I i DELAND-Building here during August permits took issued a- 20 YEARS CALL PHONE OF DEPENDABILITY OR WRITE win win 62 33 30 I Don't Fuss FONE 7726
operations and director; Oscar centage would be banned from four over July and revealed: No opinion 19 18 24 Foae Goa
Banks [ of than 60 cent
First State here according slump more per
Bergstrom vice president general fresh fruit shipments but much I that of 28 different types of offenses H. L. COX Republican leaders last week
1 to officials of both banks who reported with a total of $33600 comparedto Backed ky It years esperleaeeset
M. J.traffic manager and director: '' of it would be delayed several committed drunkennessand ', a brisk business throughout $105.500 for July. I J1SH IRMA Ir.t hailed the overwhelming GOP I .. KCHL .&VE.I .
Brown secretary-treasurer
| in the special election for
the day. Most of those obtained were for victory
passing worthless checks t
and director: Emory Akerman. as- Story said he believed oranges -
Most of the veterans desired home repairs and alteration -
slatant! secretary: Henry B. Hall, for processing would net ,, topped the list minor
cash for the bonds instead of Bldg. Insp. Sam Walts reported -
director: and Paul M. Welch Atlanta growers around $1 a box if the Thirty white persons w recharged it homes will be
accounts was Three new
director. fresh fruit market with offenses during the
was not
learned. Officials estimated that built at an estimated cost of
wrecked early in the ..eason."There.s month according to the Jail
many more would appear before I $5.000 or under he said
JOTE CREEK no use going into a record, and they accounted for end of the,week. | Leonard Burch will build a
I song and dance at this late date six of the eight drunken charges This was the first day, under i $5.000 home on N. Stone St. on a .
about the missing central sales entered. the new legislation, that veterans lot which was given him by the
BLOCKS8"x8"x16"and4"x8"x16" I organization or volume pro-rate, Seven persons were charted I I might convert their bonds to cash I city under the free-lots-for-vet- t
or the needed canne-'s marketing with assault and battery during despite Government advice they 'erans program initiated here a
agreement or the many tools we ,tae month four with aggravated be held until maturity. year and a half ago
do not have to work with. he assault, and each of the following Veterans who are.known locally i! C R McDamel will build a H1
concrete blocks. made here said. "We have some we haven't 'I offenses were charged to may cash bonds withoutidentifi- $4.500 structure at the corner'of I I

In Orlando. even tried, and w'e may need them two persons: 1 cation, otherwise the original discharge k N Ohio and N. High Sts.. and E. !
all again this! season" '11 Throwing down a fence disturbing must be presented. Photo- T Wiseman will construct a residence 4

Copies of Story's letters are being the peace grand larcenyand static copies will not be acceptable at 730 N. Delaware at an i
THOMASLUMBER circulated by at least one of breaking and entering. bank officials said estimated cost of 3500.
I I the associations to which it was Other cases which: each involvedbut - I !I
CO.I I addressed. United Growers and one person were: c" .
I tSl W. Gore TeL 4107 Shippers. It is sending them to Murder mayhem assault with C .
I I Ij I its membership with a request for attempt to murder breaking and -.
comment. entering grand larceny, disorderly
j) 1 conduct, non-support, embezzle- I a
I ment. driving without brakes ;
Olsen G. rmirchfld driving an overloaded truck improper -

I Milton E. Bray | tag. disorderly conduct. Carver
I, H. ByUnd Cox gambling, bare assault. defrauding f
!:. frank Gardner [ a rooming house defrauding fi

LeRoy Boeqolit a landlord investigation for drunk r if i-
i I and disorderly conduct and using a e
FAIIHIID! obscene language. '' tx

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$245.00 WHEN THE JEFFERSON COUNTY [Wisconsin] elementaryschool I

opened yesterday after the Summer vacation, Supt. of I -

Schools Richard J, Marshall lost his combination living room I

[Above and bedroom, located in the kindergarten. The family, Supt L' i iG
for and
price motor installation]
is Marshall, Mary, Johnny, Tommy, and Mrs: Marshall [above; !!

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Orlando, Florida, September 3, 1947 rlattiut iRlsrnitlg{ &rtttlt Page 3 ,TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY' I.. II ,


Song Composers' Lives Set for Films : Red Tide Plague, Kay ContendsBy i!i

By LOUELLA O PARSONS I bering the story W. E. Lewis, i The whisper is that MGM has a I For two months or RUSSELL more KAY residents of a section of I I I

.HOLLYWooD-I'm always intrigued Morning Telegraph publisher, sensational new tenor Mario Lan- .z. Florida's Gulf Coast from Ft. Myers to Tarpon Springs I I II

when the life of any of I I once told me. j( sa, under wraps and at the proper i I have been plagued with a mysterious so-called "red tide" JTb Ij

my strong friends is who are still going 1 He was sent by the old New I time will introduce him to the ;' that has killed and continues to kill millions of fish, cast- I
put on the motion picture public.
screen. ThatsWH York Sun to cover the story of j
why- I letout a gasP and said, : the James brothers and that was Our own Patterson Greene t ing their stinking bloated carcasses on the beaches. !

*? When Jack Cummings where he met Bat Masterson. who music critic on the Examiner, It has caused damage estimated .. 1

told me he was filming the life was the sheriff of Dodge City, says of Lansa, "This personable i .r in the millions from loss of Sum I agencies are efficient when it I
story of Bert Kalmar and Harry Kan., and later sports editor on Philadelphia boy has a voice of r
mer tourist trade at beach resorts comes to collecting fees and dues
Ruby song composers. Bert and the Telegraph. liquid fire. You not only hear it,
Harry are old friends. W. E. went to the home of the you feel it through your nerves and has put commercial fisher- and are not a bit bashful when it J

Bert has been quite sick, so I I James boys and asked to see them. and fibers. He sings with fervor men out of business.In comes to asking Congress or the i AT SEARS r

Harry is doing the conferring The mother, who had one arm, warmth and a sort of reckless desperation local residents Legislature for increased budgets I t

about the biog-r* opened the door and said "Sonny beauty .. have turned to State, county and they appear absoluely helpless in
raphy with Jack boy, you had better go back to Pat told me that Lansa is a : Federal Government for help, but the face of a situation that is i I 9 A.M. to 12:30 P.M.
which Caruso. Well, that should :
will include -1 New York My sons eat little boys young despite the millions of taxpayers'money really serious and calls for quick I
all the like you alive. ,i be good enonght for anybody.Lansa I I spent annually for the and decisive actIon. I
Kalmar is good looking without
Ruby I j I STEADY SHAVING! Harry maintenance of bureaus, boards They can catch the fisherman.
song hits. Three! being too handsome and he madea
Today William Goetz said it is and commissions set up in the who pulls in a trout out of seasonor I
Hlavka 24 shows Hines Veterans
Little Words. Oh,3 terrific hit at the HollywoodBowl -
welfare, the State Conser- I COTTAGE SETSFOR
true that Robert Donat is out of' public attempts to operate a boat
What A Pal Was Precious Bane, the picture which I I Hospital patients in vation Department, the Federal without a license but can do nothing I
Mary. I I
Chicago just what he can do to the wholesale
Robert Siodmak went to Englandto prevent
Now, That was Georgia Gibbs, singer -
direct. destruction of millions of dolars I
I even though he's armless .
well as scores with Cesar Romer *at Victor's.J. .
"But," said Bill, "it isn't true Straight shaving with his I worth of fish, and a condition
from the highly I Huntington Hartford, A. and razor
that it's battle with that threatens out the
successful stage! over any P heir, with Yvonne de Carlo ata I'feet of his ; 7'.R I to wipe
< is one many acI ./
Donat about the story, becausethe commercial fishing interests of
musicals. Animal Louella table for two at The Tropics. >- CHEERY KITCHENS ;
Parsons script isn't yet ready. I sent l I I I complishments.i ', the West Coast.
Yvonne and Howard Duff have '
and Five O'Clock Girl
i I .
Peter Fernais to London last weekto i z i Maybe they couldnt do any-
June definitely said farewell to romance -
Allyson and Gene !
Kelly write the scenario and we're .1 thing about it the first week or L *! '
are the stars. I don't know whether going right ahead with makingthe 1 : 4 even the first month but now
The last call Mar- 4m3fiS 38& 72 ONLY
telephone I
Gene will play Harry or Bert, I! Mid-Slate Vets
picture for J. Arthur Rank. I that two months have gone by
garet Truman made before leavingfor Jtfttt *
or whether June will be Eileen J a- r itK Gk& *
"Donat sick, and he has-
is very i j the situation continually grows
Percy who former motion Washington was to Gracie
was a I
n't made a picture in four years. worse, it seems that something
to thanks. I don know
picture actress and say
now is Mrs. Ann Todd is still in the cast and Bureau of Fisheries, the State could be done for the suffering
I for what, and 1 forgot to ask II
Ruby, or maybe June and Gene
will play the Kalmars. we are looking for another leading Gracie and George Burns when Shun MedalsCentral Board of Health the Department : residents of the afflicted area and
I man." I met them a few nights ago. of Fish and Wild Life Conservation the commercial fishermen whQ 19
I George was talking to Spencer I and several others, none of have seen their business ruined i

The story of The Vanishing Ex- i Sister Kenny long-distanced'I II ,t Tracy, and Spence told me if I Florida Army veterans these agencies has so far been able through no fault of their own.__ I
press is based on a real incidentin I Rosalind Russell after the open- wanted to take a vacation he'd I apparently have little interest in to offer a solution to the prob- ".... "" ,
the lives of the James boys. ing of her first clinic in Illinois, I go on the air for me. I call that World War n Victory and American lem or give any service in meet- \\\\\ 1///.1 !! -
so once again Jesse and Frank to say how happy she is that her pretty nice. : can Defense medals according to ing the emergency. We call It... 1-i t y ,: PAIR
will live. William Elliott and John life-long dream finally is begin- : Helen Walker has formed the indications at the American Handicapped with lack of funds t r !

i Carroll who have been teamedin : ning to come true. Hold That Hemline Club, and I Legion Home based on the slowI and limited as to equipment with .
two other Republic Pictures I Sister Kenny is arriving :1 she's retting plenty of support I I response since the medals became'! which to work county boards have. ti e
will play the notorious James shortly to visit Rosalind andFreddy 'available last week. it r
(I from the gents all over the I done everything possible to dispose -
boys. Brisson. She's on herway ,'I Ii 1 world who hate the long skirts. I Cedric Benz adjutant, said only of the tons of dead fish cast I
I never think of Jesse and i to Australia and hopes to Tyrone Power stopped by to see about 50 applications had been upon the beaches, but the area affected I

Frank James without remem- I spend Christmas with her fami i I my favorite doctor. He leaves i received although 2.000 medals is so vast and the problem <<'
the first time in long I were available for immediate dis- 'jF ,
ily- a I Monday on his trip to Africa so difficult that the effort has {
while. 'and he'll be about i tribution. I been little more than a token .
SALLAS SALLAS She to build clinic in says gone |" It has been estimated that
hopes a I,I eight weeks. We'll miss him. approximately compared to the gigantic task it '
Los Angeles, and Rosalind Russell -I 8,000 veterans were presents.
CONTRACTORSand i Alan Curtis, who .
PLUMBING spent con-
who has worked with her I eligible for the medals. Woven
siderable time in and Appeals to Tallahassee and
REPAIR WORK so closely, is lending every aid I I i j If there is no increase in the Washington 'trill

531 W. Central Ave. Ph. 8017 for and the soul.work she believes in heart j I I I South to America South later America this to year make returns -'r demand returned.for Benz medals said. they will be pathetic expressions have brought from Senators sym-- I 21 x 45

I I a picture. Representatives department -
S. F. Sallas J. K. Sallas I Applicants must appear in per- MODEl JP
i! Jack Carson and Doris Day son with and bureau offUUIs but 23 x34
Hollywood Chatter: Frances : original discharge papersor I
dinner at nothing concrete in the of
quietly having Lyon's other evidence of :: way
Ramsden. who made her movie separation '
debut with Harold Lloyd in the Restaurant in the valley. At from the service as provided by I assistance or in finding a solu- :

We Congiruct new edition of The Freshman, is I.I least that's what rm.told. This 'the Army. I tion to the problem. ,' '
in the Hollywood Presbyterian is a duo that becomes increasing- I Professors from the University : AiMIRACLE:
ly interesting. of Tampa and University of Mi- ,
And Erect i ;
Hospital suffering greatly and I I These will make kitchen and
; cottage sets bright
: Johnny Meyer had to have a I Townsend Returns ami as well as officials of the ENGINEERINGand your
All Types Oi having a possible disc-operation j i new telephone and believe it or j l I Federal Bureau of Fisheries have cheery at a cost so low you won't believe it until you see
of the She is the Preston '
Sturges spine.discovery whom friends not he got a party line. ] From Vacation Trip 'I'' been making investigations. They you'll agree when you see it them. Choose gay floral designs in blue red or green.
Bill Powell and his mousie are have examined the fish killed .,for this new and completely automatic 72 !
STEEL STACKS insist will marry him when his divorce struck with the housing shortageand J, C. Townsend Jr., U. S. De- I I by the plague analyzed the waterof oil burner outperformseven Only so hurry
is final.
have moved into the Bel-Air partment of Agriculture statistician the killing tide and given a its maker's expectations for Drapery Dept. 2nd Floor.
Last year Frances strainedher HoteL They bought the Rex Har- I' was back at his desk in the number of explanations, none of economy and dependability and -

Consult back badly when she fell rison house but it won't be ready Orlando Post Office Bldg, yesterday -: which has helped to stay the destruction of course,it's a
off a boat at Catallna.The
for a few weeks, and In the meantime after a three-week vacation or meet the emergency.
other day she stooped downto he was evicted from the with his parents on Wadmalaw i Meantime, the destructive "red ;I RAY OIL BURNER'I at4a tore a&e4mre4d ( ,e Seals ta
Industrial Equipment C*. pet her dog and it brought on house .he had been renting for Island, near Charleston, S. C. J tide" continues its lethal march EAOI;

t>4 r tr Dilfci for Frances' sake that the
let N. Or* ce Pkvne 73 hope That's all today! said getting down to work on a new areas, killing all mannerof
serious operation can be avoided. report on the 1946-47 citrus sea- I Ph.
sea life endangering swimmers Orange at Wash. 9813 1 Hr. Free Parking
in Florida and ahead ..... ..
son looking
caught in its vicious embrace, O'l UVMC.t OfVIBlOM "" O.C.
665 Drivers' Permits I to the first 1947-48 crop report I making homes untenable and I 1630 N. Orange Ph. 6750

Pay by check for SAFETYYou Sold at CourthouseMore which is due for release Oct. 10. threatening the public health. ___UU__ -- !

I While no one seems to know the J

do not have to keep stuns of cashon : than 665 new drivers' licenses Fall Junior HighRegistrations answer, scientists offer their pet NOW 600 xLESS!16 ;
explanations as to the cause of I $14 Phis
were sold on the third .
hand with the consequent danger of floor of the Court House yesterday Set I the tide. They say that minute ONLY '

having it lost stolen misplaced. Lines extended into the hall- organisms which have developed
way in the morning, but by clos- Hours at which junior high : in the water, attach themselves to
ing time five clerks were workingon school classes will report Thurs- the gills of fish and smother

riTlZENS NATIONAL RANK: a current basis. day for registration were announced them to death by preventing their
a yesterday as follows: 8:30: breathing. YOURYORN TIRES MAY BE

OF ORLANDO ajn.. 9th grade: 9:15 am* 8th Others blame it upon residue

Member Federal Reserve System Member FJ>J.C. Criminal Coprt Term grade; 10 ajn. 7th grade. Entrance from streams and rivers washed '
To Here examinations for new junior high into the waters of the Gulf or say
E. Robinson at Court St. Dial 7J41\ Open Monday school students will be given at it is caused by an over abundance I VlO1t1.

September term of Criminal 10 ajn J of fresh water. : ANfAORE

Court opens :Monday at 10 ajn.. As previously announced. Or- | Many hold the opinion that 1 1

but persons on the jury panel need lando High School seniors will | poison gas containers dropped in I 1 1 / 1i

not report until 2 pm, CharlesE. register at 8:30: a.m. Thursday,I i Gulf waters by the Army have
Limpus, clerk said yesterday.The juniors at 9 ajn. and sophomoresat :'poisoned the waters. It is known I It U1K

; I? morning will be devoted to 9:30: a.m.Exchange { that quantities of gas were disposed -
fv\1qLR-Fl arraignments and bond estrea- I of in this manner but Army 1 .

tures. Hears Quartet j i officials say that it could not be yOU
the !
lID Orlando Exchange Club program; cause.
FRANK yesterday featured a group of Analyses of both samples of the

?/ U U Lbr songs by the male quartet of the I water and of the dead fish have
1 CREBSRealtor First Church of Latter Day Saints. i shown traces of arsenic and. as i
arsenic is one of the elements i
Exterminators of Termites and Pests The quartet was composed of employed in the manufacture of I II I I The new B.F.Goodrich tire hu a
I II Elders James G. Clawson, Willard I .I i iE
Lewisite and other this fact I that I
Ii CerUU.4 E. Scott. K.Roger Bean and FrankA. I seems to strengthen gases the belief 1 I wider flatter tread putt more

Woodbury. rubber where it the
i $30 Property Manager that there might be Justification.. I counts. on
i 25 Y.e I.nrl..ewr for the theory. E road. More rubber there J
a.u.n aids.Men. gas means
224 S. Main St. Tel. 9532
2.UJe Orange County Bathers in Gulf waters infected
I I more to share the wear .leas
Court Records II with the tide have experiencedskin r I t
eruptions similar to burns I wear at bettermileage

I Louis MAMIAGC Weimer Felter APPLICATIONS Jr., 20. prodnc! 'from poison gas according to attending asro1"q.. I
I market South Bumby. and Fay L. Smith. I,i physicians. None of the i II

IT. 1304 COUNTY E Jfffcroon JUDGE St COURT cases has proved of a serious nature l / I I

Annie Ma Stolen petition for tDDOinU ,, although several persons were !
ment of curator. and letter of euratorshipwtatt confined to hospitals for treat 1.75 DOWN-1.25 A WEEK
I of William 1 Edward Stokes i iBoscoe a
I J. Hackney, letters of discharge.j I I ment. Recognizing the danger officials PUTS A NEW 6.00.16
I state of Leonard J. Hackney : of Gulf Coast communities

elute Bertha of Harold D. Martin C. Martin.INSTRUMENTS annual. accounting. Lin: the infected area immediately SILVERTOWN ON YOUR CAR :i

VETERANSHold I FILED placed a ban on bathing as wellas t
A. V. Qua Howen et us to Fred 1.. Jer- fishing.
wd $10 !
nlnian et ux
to Fir Fed It seems strange that with all
James 1. Morgan et ni
and Loan Ann mtc $6100 1..1'I' the money spent by the Govern- '' tow SPARK for Mean If Year Gears HeedCleaning. ;
Bertram Hildebrand et UC to James
ment in State and Federal bureaus z
; _
I Morgan et US wd dY B. F. Goodrich ;
John A. Kroh to Thomas O Let et for public welfare and ?
nx an conservation, that the scientistsand A .
Eugene M. 8peer et us0 Stover N. : o SPANK PLUGS
et ux wd S10 authorities at their command -
to bondsVeterans 4 I BaJ h: A. Kroh to T: O Lee im are unable to offer any
on City of Orlando South Atlantic Oa J
your Co. deed $10 real help In this emergency. y? 59 -
I "
I Anna Amelia Mock to Jacob L. Heinkemyer While these Governmental
et us am a a
Ruth A. Waterman Laura WulJbrandt 'a flew....*- ea/ewellae:
wd S10. ,. ,..,. 1Mb
James Caateel et nz to Fir Nat Bank W. /1 801
I Set an example of level-headed thrift.Don't Garden Fir Mat mil Bank S161 W. Garden to L. A.Grimes. 11 '" A H.w flfy>oeGat/bier
'\ .s 1m. I I from4s Itwof'"<&
Am. rat and Cas Co. to Mutual Life
cash terminal-leave bonds unless
your now, Ins Co. assign mfg $10 Pretexted In laboratory, lao-
Jeremiah 8. Yount to Coy W. Jamerson
CnRS "d
you must.If et u amJ usm ,J: ; '" tory, and highway for quicker
S. Eaton eus to Julia Etta Ben ,, $tarU, smoother performance,

wd Julia$10 Etta Bell to William 1.. Johnson 500 W. CENTRAL AVE. PERF RMANCEa. and greater ga economy.
you need the money desperately-or are in debtthat' et al wd $10 7
William J. Knauer to Olca Fekany claim
of lien ISO.I I ......OURDeeTee
different. Otherwise hold on to your bonds. Fir Fed Sn and Loan Assn to Coy W.
I Jamerson et uz ara : Helps/ Tires Wear Longer .
You'll be glad later. Am Fire and/Cas CO. to Mutual Lift RENTAL TRAILERS Solvent.
mtg S10ONeal .
In. Co. sulfa '
Inv Co. to Lonnie P. Home wd ''t Wheel Balancing
$30O you A floe Th Trek J
Every terminal-leave bond earns interest at 2V&% a Central Life .Assurance Society.to R. R. -_ .
Brice et" ax 8""
Hubbard Cons Co. to Lansston Cone Co.wd HAUL Sair**WMc.fjarv tvMTfoiy &y Def 1.00
year. A $100 bond is worth $112.50 to you if you holdit $10 _
Dora O Colnlle et Tir to John W. !Shawet t g IT I fw 'Mc

to maturity. Am tut sm Fire and Cas .Co. to Mutual Life S '.> ,.I.IICeJ tel..,,,,,.,,, Hypoid gears: nqafre tbo
i Ins Co. asslsn mla <4) Hour, day or week* hitches furnished ough cleaning Wore MV

So hold those bonds until you can get full interest Production of new automobiles FAIRBANKS TRAILER SERVICE s Wheels "out cf balance cans lubricant are added. Let **

in 194S was 37 per cent below pre- Fairbanks Ave. and Clay dangerous ihimmy...wear out em-
: and full value. de it; for you geld<1y,
war output. SL'I' tires prematurely. W
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: oar DeeTeeadd Soiree* PreecM.
Thru Your Architect and ContractorAIRALUM '
PRESIDENT. Specify 3 % extra miles of service to
Drive in today for the safety
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South Orange Ave.. Orlando. Fla. CLUNK- pop IS VERY LIBERAL! SOMEBODY
Entered second-class matter at the Post Ottx at Beautiful
Orlando. Florida under the Act of March 3d, 1879. [ Note-While Drew Pearson Is on a WITH HIS POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS- BESIDES HIMSELF- Called City Eyesores

brief vacation the \Vashin ton Merry-Go-Kound
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TELEPHONE Departments 4161 is being written by his old partner, Robert S. CAN YOU Orlando is without doubt Florida -

MAITIN ANDUSEM EUTO AM* FUSLISNIK Allen. iiis. THATS THE \VAtf b Noc 'a show place with our thou


fAIL HotiiCAM"' MANAGING Ea. MUTOM J. AUST''''. AST. MGK.HAKOI.B WASHINGTON Dr. Vannevar Bush's eager CAR ? and lakes. Still we seem obliviousto
HAMILTON, Cm. MIL NOIIUT CONSONNI, Sic. TaiAs. ,; #, ,J:5: you KNOW SHE'SqI f ct ALREADY HAD the many vacant lots that area

I. W. LIMMOH CITY CIR. Ms*, CMARLU:. MIDIIM. Fuss Surr.KOIHT ambition be head of the newly-created Researchand : AS MUCH YOJRSAS ; YOU disgrace to the city. If the own

F. WAITU CLAU M*. R. T. MILLS TYPO. Sun. II Development Board is running into some rough IT ONCE THIS ers of these vacant lots refuse to
SHE ISMIK1E Keep them cleared of woods and
l Member of The Associated Press going in inner White\ House quarters. MONTH Lrash then I think it is up to the

-. The Associated to the use Press for re-publication Is exclusively of entitled all- i The powerful agency was established by the city to do the job and bill the

news despatches accredited to it or not I Armed Forces unification law enacted by the last property<< owner along with his
4 otherwise accredited to this paper and ffflffI. pf% .b tax assessment How can we be,,
also the local news published herein. .' Congress. Bush Is currently Chief with'
called The City
All rights for re-publication: of special of Army-Navy research activities
4-- dispatches herein are also reserved. these eyesores every few blocks.C. .
; and a lot of undercover wire-pull E. C.
PAGE 4 WED.. SEPT. 3. 1917 '. ing, particularly by the military BusinessmenTo
is being exerted in his behalf to
TODAY'S THOUGHTSWho I '' .. get him the RDB job. ; S I/j r I Wilbur King Explains

against hope believed in hope.-Romans \ ,. : Chances of this drive succeedIng I. Longwood Phone Deal

4:18.: are still good. But if Bush Is IT Hear Cleric
Editor. Orlando Sentinel
Morning :
named, he will have to toe the
I was amazed to read yesterdayon
Hope is like the sun which if we Journey toward mark as far as Pres. Truman b my return from Interstate I
The Rev. Bennett F. Han pastorof
it casts the shadow of our burden behind us.- concerned. Commerce Commission hearingsin

Samuel Smiles. _ The President made this .:;tI t Atlanta your report and editorial First Baptist Church in Titusvule. -
I clear at Whit House a4. will address the
sharply a on the subject of the Long- Christian
Allen Conference on the appointment VAIs K MOLL wood Telephone Exchange_ Your Business Men's Committee
The Railroad Commission
Expands editorial of Aug. 22 "On the
question. Present at the meet 309 MAHANTON60 St says luncheon
: meeting today at 12:15:
ing Defense-Secretary Forrestal. Gen. Eisenhower basis of a report from W. F. Girt-
FLORIDA RAILROAD and Public were POTISLLE PA. I the Chamber of
THE Adm. Nimitr Presidential Assist. John R. man. its field engineer the commission p m in Commerce
Commission is streamlining [meaning the Florida Bldg.. Chmn. Don Mott said yes
Steelman. and several other high defense offi
'" Railroad and Public Utilities
and modernizing its telephone section. Commission] ordered the South- terday.

Back in 1920 when Florida had but '75- cials.Mr.. Truman spoke very critically of Bush as PITCHING HORSESHOES ern phone Bell service Telephone in Longwood Co. to change from Copenhagen.Having just Denmark returned, where from he

000 telephones, the commission employedtwo head of wartime research operations In restrained the Orlando to the Sanford Exchange attended the Baptist World Alliance .

but emphatic terms. the President charged Bush ." the Rev. Hall will relate
men in its telephone department.In
Think You Have Troubles the highlights of the trip and mil
You This is completely untrue. This
I with for the of
1946 when the State boasted 450,000 being largely responsible passage commission has issued no such tell of the impressions he gained

h'1janhnnf and comnanies had orders for : the hodgepodge science foundation bill. under whichGovernment I order. and for jour newspaper to 'aft.elisiting England, Holland.Belgium .
BILLY ROSE producer paid up-but only after his ate conduct editorial attack the Denmark, France and
thousands; when available, the commission I research would have been lumped in a I! By company an on
more which the Government I If you'll pardon me a minute. I'd like to speak the three meals at one sitting and lay down on the commission without any basis in : Germany.
still had two men in its telephone I military-dominated agency over fact is distressing to me, for I Mott emphasized that all men
privately with a young friend of mine who has beds for haIl an hour to soil the sheets
department. I would have had practically no control. I had faith that the Orlando news : of the city are invited to attend
been running a Summer theater up in Maine. In South Carolina his star colored singer walkedout. .

It was impossible to regulate the vast Truman vetoed the measure in a stinging message. : Let's see Howard if I have jour story straight. The producer rubbed some burnt cork on his papers On Feb stuck 12.to this facts.commission received the The committee bubine;>s-prayer will be held meeting tomorrow of.

telephone industry of the State with sucha The President told his defense chiefs he was Your little Summer theater didn't play to much face and did the fellow's numbers himself. As ht a report from its telephone at 'Z:30 p.m. in the CBMC

staff. still undecided whether he would appoint Bush. I, business this season. The came off, he heard an argument between his ticket engineer Mr. Girtman. relatingto Bible and Book Store at 132 S.

leading man preferred taker and one of the natives. The producer. still the Longwood situation and Court St. Culmination of plane for
So the Commission went to the Legislature "I want to think that over a while longer the Schenley to Shakespeare. 6ue s rZl :571cA: blacked up. butted in and talked touch. The Carolinian suggesting in this letter that it 10 or 15 Orlandoans to attend the

obtained an appropriation and now is President declared. Tin still very much undecided i,1 Your visiting star couldn't 74 S'IIt7W 8t1S/AI S$ whipped out a pistol. No colored man was might serve the community of annual CBMC convention in Kansas -
what to do about it. But if I should decide to give Longwood better if the
i' area were
expanding its telephone department. A go on the opening night going to get uppity with him. The producer had City. Oct. 1 to 5. win be dis
Dr. Bush this job. I can tell you that were goingto served from the Sanford Ex *
of Dream Girl because of to roll up his sleeves and show his white skin; to cussed.
director and a field man have been added. I keep a very close eye on him." .' :. I change. Because of the imminent
Another field man is sought.Its I Note: The Army and Navy are having difficulty poison ivy. On matinee (' keep from getting shot. meeting of the Legislature and
days. even the cows One night the magicians assistant didn't show the subsequent death of the chairman
aim is to give the people of Florida I II unloading on U. S. industries and universities the \-Q I i Risk Business
I wouldn't come into the 1! up. The producer crawled into the trick compart- of the commission. a public
the best telephone service at the numerous German scientists brought to the U. S.
this could
hearing matter
on not
I barn. So you've decidedto ment under the magician's table and handed up
after V-J Day. The military is now through with ,
be held
lowest possible rates. chuck show business: .J. "t ,: the props whIch the magician was supposedly sooner Is Moved To
most of these men and wants to get rid of them, pro-I' But some weeks ago this commission -
and in for somethingless ducing out of thin air. One of these I
I If go !(Ol SS- props for
INDICATION THAT the Commission but doesn't want to send them back to Germany.: set a public hearing
AN for fear the Russians. will grab them. However chaotic. i" ., ::1 live squirrel. It bit the producer in the soft part of Sept. 10 in the hotel at Long- Hotel Lobby :
means what it says is seen in the call U. S. scientists. who are largely very disparagingof Well, I don't blame ,%\'fP: 1 the back. He leaped out of the compartment and ; wood to hear from the public on

ing of a public hearing at Longwood, Sept. the caliber of the Germans are vigorously obJecting -: you Howard. I think ran ki-yi-ing through the audience. The crowd ,I this matter and assemble facts When Don Mott was forced to
10. to their you've made a smart de- threatened to break up his show and he had to i, from which to determine how the I move his insurance agency oat
remaining In this country. I
I cision. Producing is an .- give them their money back. Longwood service may be im- of the First National Bank Bid;.
Citizens Longwood protested a proposal -
proved. On Aug. 25 this commission
because of enlarging the small
to change their service from the Trim. soft-spoken Pres Sockawati of East Indonesia :, ungrateful and uncertain Down in Mississippi he picked up a show boat- ; mailed a copy of the noticeto loan department of the bank. he

lando to the Sanford exchange and or-I created quite a furor in the august State I business. You're well out of it. not the one they sing about but a beat-up hulk The Sentinel-Star for publicaI found a solution to the office
Your hard luck this season reminds me of another which would have turned over if 15 people leaned I I
Commission immediately called a Department the other day. He was scheduled to be I tion at its regular legal advertising space problem by buying Hotel
the Southern Bell Tele- there at 11 a.m. to make a formal call. But the I hardluck showman I happen to know of against the same rail. The second day out one of rates and your bill indicates ,Orange on Court St and converting
after requesting :I hour passed. and no Pres. Sockawati. I When he took out his first show he was about 26 his minstrels fell over the side and drowned a was run as a paid advertise a portion of the lobby into

phone Co. to halt solicitation of business State Dept. officials I years old. It wasn't much of a show by your standards For the next few weeks whenever the producer: ment. an insurance office.
immediately conjured
the basis of the change. up : show. Our Mr. Girtman also went to Mott. who is in his 12th year
on proposed dire possibilities: Assassination kidnaping etc. A -part minstrel part aide ran short of cash he would sell a piece of his show.
and reviewed the
Orlando Long-
The Longwood hearing will be followed frantic search was immediately Instituted. In the I His first stop was in a little town ID Mass I don't mean a financial interest-no one would>':wood matter with your Mr Henry .., resenting in the insurance the American business Fire, rep and

by scores of others all over Florida. I midst of the excitement the distinguished guest I achusetts. The hotel in which his troupe was buy that. I mean a curtain an old trunk, or one I Balch. following a letter from him Casualty co., once sold newspapers -

The sounds though the I arrived-calm: and beaming, with a camera in his I staring caught fire that night and some of his of his musician's instruments.By to the commission asking for such'' barefooted on the streets of
program as hand. 1 costumes were burned. the time he got to New Orleans. there a conference The Southern Bell Orlando delivered The Orlando

: Railroad Commission means business. I At the next stop a hellfire-ftnd-bnmstone parson wasn't much left of the chow. lie traded what was instructed to make a commercial -' Morning Sentinel via bicycle and
""'bere have you been. sir," he was asked. : him of remained for survey of the Longw ood subscribers 'the Orlando Evening Star astridea
It sounds though the people of Florida had run out town.A a few kegs of blackstrap molasses. I I
as "We've been worried." and rates tQ be presented j ji
: horse.
I bit he headed South. In Roanoke The he would
I soon will be getting some real public discouraged, producer swore never mess with i before the commission at the !1 With Mott. office
as manageris
Tm very sorry." was the surprised reply. "But Va., it rained so hard he had to cancel his show business again. And he didn't-until the fol- '!coming public hearing. Your
: service from their public servants. Harry Wimberly who was manager
Public utilities regulated allover on the way here I passed the White House and show. The owner of the hotel where. the performerswere lowing; season. newspaper makes the unequivocal of Postal Telegraph in Orlando
1 I are closely noticed people taking pictures. I thought it was a to have stayed that night threatened to havethe Unlike you, my dear Howard P. T. Barnum statement that the commis- for 12 years. Also associated

the nation and should be getting such very good idea. So I did. too. I think it's a delightful I producer Jailed unless he paid for the three didn't know enough to quit when the quitting was sion ordered the Southern Bell to i, with him are Marvin Powell, who

regulation in Florida. Any business with as tourist custom. don't you?" I meals and lodging which had been scheduled.: The good. I change phone service from the was with the Army Air Forces for
close monopoly public convenience - Orlando to the Sanford Exchange. five >ears and John Wright who
to a on a Note: East Indonesia [Bali] is at Dea.ceith
necessity has the Holland and not involved in the current I No such order has been issued. was a captain in the Infantry.
and as telephone fighting. and I request that you inform
WESTBROOK PEGLER Powell had his own dairy business -
company !should be subject to a. system of The hereditary ruler of East Indonesia Is a young I OKS. I I I your readers of this fact. : before entering the service

checks and balances. Western-educated Sultan.* I Let me state again that a pub I I Mott has gone to considerable -
'lic hearing on this matter has
to .niake the hotel
Clifford Durr. Hard-hitting liberal Federal Com \ At the aft-Hartiey S Law i I been called for Sept. 10 in Long- !I more expense eorafortaMe. lie plans

Brazil Greets Our President munications Commissioner. May resign to accept a wood and that it has been so advertised to convert to efficiency apart-

I I in your newspapers. I, ments later. Meanwhile, his insurance
high scholastic Job. Two Southern University presidencies
WHEN MORE THAN one million people have been offered him Not all Congressmen 1 ty WESTBROOK PEGLER in the first place. But during the time of Roosevelt WILBUR C. KING Railroad office as of Tuesday is
out to greet a foreign official, he NEW YORK-The Taft-Hartley law adoptedby Acting Chairman, Florida I located at 128 S. Court St.
are Junketing. Rep. Combs of Beaumont, Tex.. his right not to join and his right to quit a and Public Utilities
the he must have a I the legislative body of the American Po'.emmente "We hope to continue to grow
or people represents
one of the ablest and most respected men in the union were destroyed by fire gas gun-shot and the Commission. I with the town" he said. "by giving -
flock of friends in that foreign land.That's House. is hard at work in the Washington heat on I is represented by the union politicians. gangsters tire-iron and chain. But so many of the present Tallahassee. the best possible service to our
about the only way you can legislative problems. Big'political question in I and Communists and their parasites as a law I I We were informed by a Southern i policyholders at the lowest possi'ble -
accorded Minnesota to enslave labor.It crop of citizens were prattling children then growing Bell Telephone Co. official I' for
figure the tumultuous welcome is ex-Gov Harold Stassen's stand on rates good. dependable
Pres. Truman by the Brazilians of Rio. Sen. Ball's re-election Ball got to the Senate j should not be necessary to explain that the up to be the babbling; adults of today that ::that an with order the had work.been The issued telephone to-j I protection."

\ Our great neighbor to the South must originally by Stassen's appointment: is already' law is, on the contrary an act of emancipation but. few have the intelligence to know that something proceed company actually went to I I Mott is chairman of the Chris
: tian Business Men's Committee of
I as to most citizens, it is but futile. For
busily campaigning for next year's fight. But to necessary
solicited customers.
like America and Americans. important was taken away from them by force I Longwood and Orlando He has established a
for date. Stassen has not declared for him As a re-i all our spending on public and private education. and intimidation. Now we are informed by the same ':daily procedure in his office of
Which Is to contemplate
pleasant suit of the far-reaching improvements and reforms ; the .American is, in a phrase attributed to the late telephone company official that ; beginning the day with Bible
there are other nations .across the water introduced in Veterans' Hospitals by Dr: Paul Hawley -( [ Hopkins. Just too damned While so many of the present generation of verbal permission to make a 501 I study and prayer. Linton E. Allen -

which do not lose any love over our rich brilliant. indefatigable VA medical chief, the I .T ). voters were at war, many of them wasting import- 1! licitation survey was given. At the president of First NationalBank
'. lHaITY that ant years leering at WACS and ,grading golf- i time of the meeting of which Mr. office
j and powerful'ha tion. turnover of patients has increased by more than fl. not recall Hopkins who met with the
100 per cent. ;'./*;..*. [ this highly intelliU'r4 courses for Washington lawyers and New Deal ': King speaks Girtman he personally to call Southern ordered !' force recently for this devotional

i| gent estimate. Probably he did. columnists of the rank of major or better in quaint Mr. I period said This is a fine thing
t Time Work for School : Jacksonville and request '
to Bell
Quit in
far of the and I am glad to see it. The Lord
places world. Roosevelt forging
Hectic scramble for stars is under way in the ; t.?because all editorial writers, all was more I that the solicitation survey be
TIME FOR our youngsters to get upper reaches of the Army, AAF. Navy and Marine .:"..union bosses and all Roosevelts fetters at home in collusion with the Greens and ; halted. It was halted.-Ed.1 i I are tells us gathered that 'where together two or in My
IT'S :t',:<: Phil Murrays and the John L.
Lewises. A fetter is
: know that whoever did say this :
to school again and that means the Corps. I Name, there I am in the midst
employers of Central Florida will be los The military promotion bill enacted in the ; said a mouthful, but understand a poetic handcuff. Roosevelt found his political I Nearly 30 per cent of Mexico's i of them.' He is true to His prom
final hours of the last Congress fixed the number ; how sensitive the citizen is, and auxiliaries unwilling to manufacture guns jeeps 22 million people are wholly Indian ise."

ing some fine young help.There's of Generals and Admirals in the four services. The ku-" ., therefore flatter him outrageous- and a ,great many items of modish junk unless they by blood.RADIO. .
no doubt about it, teen agers I I :\, IY all the time. were promised inflationary wages by which to command ----- LOWER '"' 'it It.
Army with 599 generals on its rolls was cut to 334: "
in school and % '. the COST ..... on Thes Ws
should remain dumb
employers 184 for the ground forces. 150 for the AAF. '. Roosevelt long ago organizedland gratitude their subjects. So Finance
should encourage them to remain. The Navy with 296 admirals was whittled to 207. subsidized both politically he gave them absolute control of the millions of I SERVICEHOME i iOANSi,4

The Child Labor Law requires non-em II The Marine Corps with 47 generals was limited Peeler and financially the party auxiliaries American civilians engaged in those lackadaisical MOTOROLA ALTO !

ployment of all children between the ages : to whose powers would be impaired by honest pursuits generally known as "The Wah Effawt" in Expert record cvareer service work .

of six and 16 who should be in school. 36.These levels will necessitate a drastic reshufflingof enforcement of the new law It may be noted here which any man who did one hour's work In less guaranteed Fic.up and De:ivery Installment Dipt. 4th Fleer tas -

There has been a disregard of this law brass hats. A small percentage will be retired. that the Truman Government not enforce it than half a day was subject to expulsion as a I Economy Auto Supply Store '

But a nuniber will have to be reduced in ranks. honestly nor with any other purpose nor in any traitor to the working class and a Fascist undermining {IS S. Orange Ave. Phone C4U FIRST NATIONAL BANK
far more widespread than anyone realizes.Of I other manner except discredit it. Having said the bright new world\ for which "our brave I U.bw Federal Os) ;0:1 k ..rsI c.......

course many children work duringthe To escape this with attendant redaction In that it couldn't be enforced, both during the debates boys" were picking up cigaret butts in Alabamaand I -

Summer. We believe this is a good I pay and numerous privileges there Is a lot of and in the veto Truman's party would discredit many young ladies were sacrificing their sense : A sntr I* Prevle.a Pestle

thing. It teaches our youngsters the valueof I undercover jockeying and maneuvering particularly themselves by proving that it can work. of propriety if nothing more precious "everywhah I I U. S. Senator
I T M50_
a dollar, teaches them to save and to in the Army. Despite their disdain of This being the case we may look for a general in the world." He inflated wages to millions of E!

fend .for themselves.But "politicians." some of the hottest politics to be duplication of the career of the 18th Amendmentand bums in factories and shipyards, thus providing A j js
found anywhere Is played In Inner Army circles. millions in dues and fees far the _ -: t.5
boss-bums and HORIZONTAL
now it's time to get them back in the Volstead Act. By inciting and directing rebellion Aged .'c"

the classroom learning to be good Americans Note: Under the new law the Army will have probably at some sacrifice of life the Truman he established the principle that work done or 1,6 Pictured US. 4 Tellurium Fc1

and the educational back- four four-star generals: the AAF three: the Marine I t faction and the Union would prepare for a time wasted by loafing after 5 pm.. or on Saturdays congressman (symbol) in.Iti At I

getting Corps one; the Navy three four-star admirals. For time when they should say to the people that this Sundays or legal holidays was half again or 11 Older Snare

ground so necessary for their future wel- mer Navy Sec. James Forrestal tried to boost the evil act only caused crime and disrespect for all twice as precious. Whjspers Ground. AP4E

fare.There number to 10 for the Army and Navy. But former law and, therefore. must be repealed. The mortalityin The most naive and yet the mojt convincingItem 14 Comb Pronoun'O Q 0 i

are enough adults who need jobs War Sec. Robert Patterson flatly opposed this and riots would not embarrass the feelings of any of the Idiots' creed by which the Greens. 15 So be it! .iMineentrance Spanish hero NAc7 _ _

now to take the youngsters places. Congress backed him. I I well-trained politician. Murrays and Lewises and of course Truman and 19 18 Scrap Eat 10 He is in 29 Golf term 48 Artificial

People are born to die and we spent a certain all his party, are inciting the bovine resentment I Exhausts( the 31 Number language

. Orlando Morning Sentinel Radio Program I number of lives teaching hayseeds not to blow 'out of the dumb American whom Hopkins knew so 22 Make lace 11 Tally: 34 Vegetable 49 Makes mil-

the gas poisoning alcohol In Government laboratories well, is the proposition that the Taft-Hartley 23 Anent 13 Surgical takes
law Is bad because the National Association of 24 Street ab. thread 35 Turned 50 Lateral
wo so nun wior CIZMI wonz 'JUt Web But WLO flZ30t WORZ ('J4O) during prohibition and organizing the CIO ( )
8:DO U17 ts Curly __ K.v-R Tem. ftn On & Nen _3"45 Gin & Take ___u Paul Whltemaa CiNches. It or NO\ in the '30s. It is the wear and tear of Manufacturers wanted it or even wrote it. 25 Parent 16 Myself 37 Fastened 52 Chemical
4'15 Farm Reporter R.v ill. .____ Georgia! FlftybOTS. prOP'e5Sand 17 Half
6:30 Southland Echoes PtRTr3a ,_ Ttnr. Newt __ 4'OO Hone Party Paul Whitemaa CL New ___ experience on the human race. 27 Preposition an em 38 Senior suffix
6 4$ Kew __..____ Mor. M,dlt*fon Fitly) Drifters 4'IS Rons Party __ Paul Whitman CLStadio Party In the first place the NAM was not unanimousand 28 Natural fat 20( Long steps Distant
1:OO Ymwn Patrol __ JIIe..JoIu..e clueS: News u..hU__ 4:30: Dr. Paul ___ Eddy Doubts _Studio Party __ That such an old windbag as William Green. the more cynical and mighty members were 30( Frequently 21 Gushed 44 Flower Either
4 45 Alliance Church Tom lollS Studio Party '
T:IS Tava Patrol Musical u -
V:30 Wake Do LUten warning Devotions News Morning.__Devotions 5 00 Chas CoUintwnod Melody Theater Studio Party AFL president could continue to do business as one well\ content to let matters go along as they were\ 32 Upon (prefix) 24 Flower part 46 Utensils ? East Indies
'744 $ewa ____u______ Neva-Music 740 Club un S:15 Tune Out for Mns. Terry it Pirate .Studio Party of our two chief "leaders" of labor. calling on the going under the Wagner Act. If they have to paya I 33 Indian 26 Later 47 Forenoon (ab.) (ab.)

8.00.'15 CBS Walter News KUnble.____ Band Martin of Afrouaky the Day .,Mews 40 Club_ ___ IT &S:30:45 Matinee Dirk Hottelet Musical_-., Walt Hop Harricaa Tim ____Radio Lowell Rodeo Thomas_u_ 'oppressed people and God. himself to undo this half-wit $23 a day to lay 200 brick or click an 34 Mountain I ... r i' T' T

8:30 Lily A Curly _____ RhyUuo PIT ___14O Club SOONest ft Scores Fulton Lewi Jr. (Supper Club __ awful thing is proof that Hopkins was right. Thereis electric button in a factory, and premium rates for nymph; _I ,
a 45 Breakfatt BreritiM DIll' Lily TIm. 7O ('.1,9too _un___ 6;IS Lone Rancer __,. Dinner Mual In the Epertllt is all I 36 Taut I 'I1-; -
with '
Xowi.bick. Junnl* BreaUaat Club Sees .__.....m 6'.3O Lon Ranger ___ Dinner MustS Mnsio for Dining no need on this day to review Green's conductin overtime that right them. It was all Ij
9:15 Moraine Devotions Breakfast Club 740 cbS ____._ 45 Robert Trout _____ S On. Parade ..- Clifton Utley" ----_ a long list of cases involving the rights of the right with them throughout the war. All they do 39 Negative k' -W IS '. -
..30 Xvtlya: Winter Breakfast Club Woman, World 7OOAmer.: MeL Hour Headline Edition Bobs RecShopT is scale their prices accordingly and this I 40 French article : I'') = fl Ii
9:45 yourS Slnrerely) u_ Breakfast Club u Womtn's World _- 7:15 Amr IL.). Boor Finer:! Davis :....__ Bob Rec, Shop dumb stupid citizen In conflict with the powers means 41 Comparative .
Tb:00 Arthur Oodfny ).iyTru. Story __ Pred Warlnc ___ 7;30 Dr Christian __ Johnny' SliderS Bobs Record Shop and privileges of the political unioneers. Invariably only that the dollar buys less and that the dull j i LO I ,L. 21
7:45 B13 Henry" ___ ._ Johnny Modero __ Bobs Record Shop suffix [
10:15: Arthur Godfrey ? Siory-B. Crocker Fred Warinr u dumb disciple of Hopkins has to pay just so much
the citizen has been licked often with the
10.30 Fashion in Uuta Betty Crocker Jack Berch Enow. 8 OO Rha in Rhythm Gabriel R.alter _T Bois Record Shop 42 Hebrew deity iT W 15 U. j:: cT
10'45 Rosemary- .___ Listening Post --- BandsUndllOO ______ (:15 Rhap. la Rhythm. Ore an Melodies Bobs Record Shop penalty of ostracism and joblessness, and thei&nr..ster more for steaks and new cars or, more likely do I 43 Ailing fii .9..
: Wendy Warren _. Tarn Breneitas News ___ .30 Ford Showroom Iiam That tong Bob. Record Shop without steaks or new cars. z 1 l tS _
of have been
Green vindicatedand
11;15 Moraine Melodies. Tom BrwvmaB Bandstand HHl _g'45 Ford Showroom -_ Nam That Boni Bob Record Shop colleagues 45 Saved 10 31
11:30 Helen Trent Odin Drake Bandstand _____ 9 00 Hawk Larabe ....Shadows of Mind.Etc Story ____ rewarded. All the favors from the Government The NAM didn't need this new law. The Wagner 50 Sorry - -
11'45 Our Gal Sundsy Ted Malone ___ __.___ I 3J, fr-
Bandotandfiii.w ., __
9 IS Hawk Larabee Shadows Mind Blc) Story
n. : have been directed to the union bosses and their Act was Fascism and inflation and the NAM and 51 Medley [1
__ ,._ __ Welcome Traveler New* _Trrm Re-w 9.30 Doorway Lit Latin Serenade Rz. SumT Theater I
11'1'Ma PerSiSt Weleon Travelers News i Prm a..'. 8'4 Doorway Life ., Lailo Bereoad Rs. Sum Theater { powers over the individual have been made stronger. the big boss unioneers were ideological and political 53 Love sod: ;, -ri- ir iT T
12'30 Noontime VfelodlM YMCA Show __Vet Ns Re-- IflOO Mystery ofwikws _._ ____News Ac SonneT 54 Rasp
12:4S Ouidinc LUht ._ Chetkerb, Jam.. Eeibeek Drifter __ Today. even under the new law, he has no guarantee brothers. The big employers didn't want anythingto -
10:15: Jack Smith Show DaT DeWlntert OHarkness of WilL I -
1:00: Bit Sister _____ Ba.khace ___ Uelodi.&etcbei 10:30 Bob Crosby B. Moreno OrtS Your United Nafs that the union will be compelled to respect do with the dumb American as an individual or, 55 English admiral 1\ r I.tQ loi..
1:IS Perry Uasoa Ferrell Tim ___ Meloeie 10'45 Into Motto Moreno Or-Nws,_ Your United Nat' .
u Sketches -- which the t.'F
the human rights best minds of the indeed human -
all.'They .
as a being at :
1:30 News .______ Martin Block Show Melodle Sketches. 11-00 News _. _. __ Snorts Parade New .______ __. 57 School book 1) [Jj ;r P-F :-t'
1:45 Rose of My Dreams Martin Block: Show Melodic Sketches. 11.15 Score A News Dane Orch Snooty Lanson u i I Republic wrote into the Constitution. Unions are wanted to deal in "manpower." collective i1i _
"TOO Yn Asked For It. Martin Block Show John Vandercookl: 11:30 Dance Orch H. KlnTs Orch. ? R Chittison Trio the only authority or organization in the entire ly, according to Wagner's law. They preferred to Colorers SI 51 .lI I -
2.IS Yen Asked For It_ Martin Block Show Dick Jeriens erch. 11:45 Dance Oreh n._' Phillips' Or-Nws Pelham Heath Inn 60 Fathered iIfr rj1
2:30 Winner Take AH _.,. Brlda te Oroom Ab tyman orch.. 12;00 Ness __ .._ SlaB ,OI( -_-. New _c SUn OtF : country which have powers over the involuntary send to the union for 500 machinists or puddlersor \'ERTICALS 5. 5'1 Mill
2:45: Winner Take All Bride ft Oroom _. Lawrence Weik/ or ___. .
12 15 Dance Orch. member that are not possessed by the Government muckers without names or even faces, and to
TtXfHlnt Bunt L-diea. B. Seated Neva :: __ 12:30 Dane Orch.
3.IS Hint Hunt __ L-die Be Baatod Bob 12:45: News .___________ I itself. He may quit his church or fraternity or the agree on wages\ and hours with the bosses of the I 1 Gazes 51 ioO
p 3.30 CUT *: '_-_. r-ul WaiUmaA a..Sus JoeTrto... LQOEuOZX............. volunteer fire department. He never has to join unlcnLTi JI Vehicle 3Drlatthn

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. I Industry To Get Citrus_ Ballots_ Monday

Split Rule Plan -Orlando- Florida, September-' 3,-1947 (Orlattlia iHnrni 9 frmttttrl Page 5 I

DAY "bu-DSY !! Faces Decisions Convict Dies Railroad Extension I Nurses SlateDaytona "f

Daytona Union Chief To Ask Support for Pepper I : sf! to Orlando) VTT. 3 jar' 'leI!] In Gun BattleTALLAHASSEE Construction Slated I Meet

--?* '-' ': Ortc-do Men ng Sen''f'i'' !] LAKELAND-Ballots in the referendum -
DAYTONA BEACH John LaTour.: head of the Central Labor I
'I scheduled by the U. S.

he union would here present said yesterday at the next that regular he had meeting prepared of a the resolution organization which Department of Agriculture Sept. I (API One escaped WASHINGTON [AP] C. McD. Davis. president of the At- [Sye: c': tC''-'-.-.-" ','m.ng Srint

endorsing U. S. Sen. Claude Pepper as a Vice-Presidental candidate. He 10 to Oct. 10 on proposed Fed- comict"as killed and two lantic Coastline Railroad. said yesterday his company plans'' DAYTONA BEACH-The Florida -

said that his resolution was patterned after the one presented and eral marketing agreement amend- others recaptured by the Florida to start construction "immediatelyy" of a 16-mile extension ,''Its State Nurses Assn. will hold

approved at Wildwood. Labor Day. ments to permit separate regula- I Highway Patrol in Bay County of line into Florida Everglades south of Lake Okeechobee. 19-22.annual Convention convention headquarterswill here Oct.

LaTour said. "I expect to call a meeting of the directors of FFL tion of Indian River fruit ship- yesterday. Davis made the statement shortly after the interstate be the Sheraton Plaza Hotel.

within the next 30 days and ask them to support Pepper for the office ments will be mailed to growers Dir. H. N. Kirkman said Isaac Commerce Commission approved'Atlantic .
of Vice-President." Coast Line's application { All nurses are urged to attend
Harris Negro, serving an eight '
the State next Mon compatible with the public interests -
throughout for authority to build the branch I the convention: as many subjects -
...noCabinet... I day. year sentence from Duval Countywas estimated to cost approximately j for St. Joe Paper Co. to con- pertaining the nursing
killed and Wesley Williams trol the reorganized but
750000. company profession will be discussed, association -
Tardy Fire Drive Set This was announced here from Palm Beach County and that merger of the Florida East officers said.

TALLAHASSEE (UPI State TALLAHASSEE I API Officers yesterday by Minard F. :Miller James Stroder from Duval Countywere The commission at the same Coast property with the Atlantic ,

Cabinet members. scatteredover of the Florida Forest and field representative of the USDA recaptured. time rejected a rival applica- I Coast Line will be compatible with New methods of therapy. new

the State for the week- Production and Marketing Ad- lie said Harris was shot to tion filed by Florida East Coast the public interests. [ drugs and their administration
end holiday. did not get backto Park Assn. will plan a woods ministration, who said that death by Lt. Clyde Carlan and Railway for authority to run a Petitions are pending with and reports from the different

the capitol yesterday for fire prevention campaign at a copies of the amendments wouldbe Patrolman Edward Dujger of branch into the same territory I the commission filed by the St. I nursing groups will be heard.

the regular cabinet meetingso meeting in Jacksonville Fri i sent at the same time to the Chipley office. terminating at the Okeelanta Joe Taper Co. and the parties Some of the guest speakers will

Gov. Millard Caldwell post- day. Exec. Secy. W. F. Jacobs shippers for signature.In The three escaped from a State Growers and Processers Cooperative associated with St. Joe to have be: Dr. Malcolm Ford. director

poned it to next week. said here yesterday. I order for the amendmentsto STATE SEN.N. RAY CARROLLof road camp in Bay County Sunday. Sugar Mill at Okeelanta. I the April 8. 1917 report and order Diabetics Unit. State Board of

./. "' become effective. he explained, Kissimmee, governor of the Kirkman said Carlan and Dugger Davis pointed out that application -: set aside. Health: Miss Yvonne Ward Institutional -

Veterans they must be approved by two- Florida district of Kiwanis fired on Harris when he broke of. Atlantic Coast Line was Darts expressed the view that t Staff Program: Miss
Amputee Exempted From Parking Tax thirds of the growers voting. and and ran in a field near the Wash filed with the commission June 3, the court will confirm the action Harriet Stanback chairman Private

[Special, to Orlando Mom ng Sen' nel!] be signed by at least 50 per cent will pay his official visit to the ington-Bay County line. 1946. and application of trusteesof of the commission in approving Duty Section A.N.A.; M. R.

DAYTONA BEACH-Veterans who lost one or both legs in either of the State's shippers by volume. Eustis club today noon He said the three convicts were Florida East Coast Aug. 26, merger of Florida East Coast with Barnett executive director for j

World War I or II now may park their cars on city streets where ; Their adoption was recommendedby seen in the field by an Alabama 1946. some time later. Coast Line and also stated Coast Florida Council of the Blind. :'

parking meters are located without having to deposit the usual five the USDA following two pub- motorist who notified the High- At the consolidated hearing before Line will immediately commence Tampa: James P. Todd. director
cent piece. lic hearings last May. Ad Committee way Patrol. the commissions examiner on construction of the Okeelanta extension of Social and Medical Service for
the two applications at West the Blind.
over the route proposedby ._
Growers who do not receive
The Commission ordinance which exempts -
City yesterday i
passed an Palm Beach Dec. 4. 5 and 6, 1946 Coast Line and now approvedby I
veterans from fee. Veterans must to take ballots by mail will have an opportunity Hatchery Breeder
paying the parking to vote in the officesof Report ReadyFor the Okeelanta Sugar interests indicated the commission .adding that Police Seek
advantage of the new regulation see the Chief of Police and secure a County Agep s in the citrus preference for construc- merger of Florida East Coast with Suspect,

special tag for their cars. These tags will indicate to officers checkingthe producing counties. I Study Scheduled tion of the proposed line by the Coast Line when consummatedwill Slain Pair BuriedJACKSONVILLE

meters that the owner is an amputee veteran and they will not be I] Conferences :lip" : '- 0" Vor.13 Sert'-VS1] I Coast Line rather than the Florida not affect such construction. '
tagged. Miller said that letters inform- "MQUAnRIE ;1 Tod'ay East Coast. he asserted. [tUFt Victims
I ing County Agents that their -:1:! ts C3A: V"n Sn'LAKELANDPreparation "' 'i The Coast Line extension: will lof a double slaying were buried

.A..... ..... offices have been designated asi of a dav hatchery at the and annual breeder Poultry association Insti- i begin about four miles west of Highlands Votes Track here yesterday as police searched

155 Licenses Sold College To Open I i polling places together with ballots report for presentation to the tute here. j Lake Harbor. and run for about Funds to School BoardS with murder warrants for a con-
: for use in the referendum right and one-half miles, thencei tractor an eye-witness named as ,
[Special to OrtTxto! Morning Sentinel] TAMPA [API Florida Christ- : were being prepared and would be1 Florida Citrus Commission at its The production of hatching I i east about seven and one-half B R I N G [API] Highlands the killer. The order to arrest the i

TAVARES Lake County Ian College will open for its put in the mail this week. I first Fall meeting here today at eggs. shipping chicks by plane ; miles to the sugar mill opera- County Commission voted! yesterday suspect was issued after D. W.

Judge A. S. Herlong Jr. an- second year Sept. 10. Pres. L. I Growers who receive ballots by 10:30 a.m."as completed by theommission's pullorum disease the hatchery will industry i i Uons.i to give the county si-nool L-e 69. critically wounded in the
and related topics be
nounced that during the first advertising committee board
; After the hearing at West Pain:: $20.000 from race track shooting scrap that took the lives
R. Wilson said 175 studentsare : mail must return them to Miller'soffice discussed.
day 1948 drivers' licenses were yesterday. | Beach Dec. 4-6. but prior to oral funds. after the board agreed to of Richard and James Melvin said
sale 130 and 25 expected to register Sept. i in letters postmarked before I Pullet chicks as compared with
on regular I The five-man Canners Ad- I argument before Division 4 of the drop its court fight over the com Don M. Stevens was the gunman
chauffers': licenses were sold. 8-?. midnight Oct. 10 for them J straight-run chicks all-pullet commission at Washington July mission's plan for redistricting the who committed the dawn burglary;
I No visory Committee headed by AV.AV. .
to count in the referendum. I II flecks, feed consumption, broilers j
I 8, 1947, the commission's examiner county. and slaying.
+ shippers Giddinss Winter Haven,
I deadline has been set for and processing poultry meat were ----- f
of Plane Down at Sea Proves False to sign the amendments. Result conferred with the advertising!! discussed Tuesday. : proposed that an extension be
Report of the referendum will be reportedto committee during: the afternoonon jointly constructed at an entirelynew 1
MIAMI I API The Coast Guard said last night that a report thata the USDA as soon as possible tentative advertising plans. location by the Coast Line

plane had crashed into the sea east southeast of Del Ray Beach. after Oct. 10. Miller said. i The advertising committee's report Watson Denies RightTo I and the East Coast, but such joint

about 50 miles north of Miami, "apparently was a false alarm." will outline the Florida citrusindustry's Build Boat Basin construction was not satisfactory
i to either railroad. and was not approved -
The report, which came from a civilian did not identify the : 1947-48 advertising pro- TALLAHASSEE (UP1 Atty. by the commission.

plane and the Coast Guard said no planes were reported missing. Two Sky 'Graybeards'Invite pram to be presented to the full Gen. Tom Watson yesterday denied -I At the December hearing.

boats and a plane were dispatched to the scene. but a two hour search commission for its approvaL W. L. Franklin County Commis- Southern Railway and Seaboard

proved fruitless and the Coast Guard said the searching craft had I MexicanMIAMI Story. Winter Garden, is chair- sioners the right to build a boat Air Line testified in support of
man of the committee. basin in where Florida East
returned to base.Construction. BEACH (API A group Apalachicola own- j Coast application
ers might dock their craft in now denied. and in opposition to
I of aviation's "Graybeards" who Miamian AppointedTo event of storms. Watson said the the Coast Line application. Southern -

Soars Latin Delegates Due plan a flight around the world they project "would be a worthy one" I Railway and Seaboard AirLine !
this Winter said last night
but. money spent thus does not I participated in the Julv.
MIAMI TAP] Nearly 60 delegates had invited Gen. Roberto Fierro Welfare Board
constitute a "county purpose. i 1947. oral argument in support of
from 10 Latin American Mexican to accompany -
Villalobos. ace.
building permits in Miami countries are due here by Clipper them, and that he had requested JACKSONVILLE lAP) C. Clyde Florida East Coast. and in o position tli. fj1 i

Beach totaled $3.237,468 an all- this week en route to the World permission of the Mexican Atkins, Miami attorney, has been Sen. Carl Gray Decides to the Coast Line applica- (

time high for the month. Chief Statistical Congress in Washington government to do so. appointed a member of the State i tion.Davis ... .0... %.' I I'Oalh
New I recalled that April 8. "
Welfare! Board to succeed Mrs. Against CampaignPANAMA on
Building Insp. J. J. Farrey an- Sept. 8-16 sponsored by Cloyd P. Clevenger spokesmanfor G !
also of Miami. 1947. the commission in a I N
Hollis Rinehart Jr. proceeding -
the UN Economic and Social the group, said he had received CITY fUPI Unless a NOW $ .
nounced yesterday. bringing the has involving reorganizationof \
who for personal reasons declined ,
Council, to bring some 200 lead- a cablegram from General new district is established before '
year's total to $13,216,051. Far- ing statisticians of the world to- Fierro saying he would be "happy"to to accept reappointment.The next year. State Sen. Carl Gray Florida East Coast Railway 'O ,..<; Ta
made by promulgated a report and order ... ;
appointment was aqs
the if will
rey said.Local gether. accompany party permission not be a candidate for reelection -
which found that it would not be .
Gov. Caldwell in Tallahassee.Born
is granted. he said yesterday. At ishUC
r in Washington. D. C.. Atkins present. each of the four countiesin I 'lZ/d 4 ... t'
Units Home Nursing Classes : has been a resident of Miami since the turns .
ReadyTo district takes electinga .J
Four White Prisoners for of 4
1921. except a period % Senator and Gray said he would ; .
Planned This Fall years when he practiced law in not break the rotation system.cotoatostJ. 1oaa#
Operate Camps Flee From Road Gang !
Stuart. He is a former presidentof : 'i'
..Soe. d! to Orlcndc: MolT q Ser.rt1'NEW -- gad
TALLAHASSEE [AP] Plans are SMYRNA BEACH The WEST PALM BEACH (API The the Stuart Junior Chamber of The saS Ft. '
I '
being made for local housing authorities local Red Cross Chapter will spon- Florida Highway Patrol said yes- Commerce and a former secretaryof ,' a.' w.m. _-.J -
four white prisoners escaped the Stuart Kiwanis Club. s5 ? 1,4-v 'a -
to take over and operate sor home nursing classes this Fall ,_h. Smh l'
eight Southeast Florida migratory', proposed to start some time this from a road gang at 20- -'I Ui

labor camps from which Federal month. Mrs. I. Walter Paddon, Mile Bend and fled in a truck Amusement Concession I U
funds will be withdrawn at the home nursing instructor from the which they later abandoned in a

end of this month. District of Columbia Chapter In canal. Theft Stymies Police I

Gov. Caldwell has advised the Washington will teach the class- The men. reportedly armed with JACKSONVILLE BEACH (UP) .

Department of Agriculture that ; es. She has moved to New Smyrna two .38 caliber pistols and a 12- Police yesterday said an open win- 1 S i '
the State has neither funds nor 1 gauge shotgun were listed as Car- [
Beach to make her home. dow and scattered papers at a I
the los Yourn. 17; Paul M. Rochester,
authority to acquire camps boardwalk amusement concession '
t Persons wishing to join the ALL
and has given his "full endorse- I classes are asked to register with 24: Clarence Woodward 20, and here were only clues held in a reported GUISE
ment" to plans of the local agen- Preston Weadon, 20. MOCIlESHETI IV.
theft of $18,000.
Mrs. Roy Lawrence. executive secretary M
cies. 'The camps were built at a i of the local chapter. at her Cecil Summers part owner, said \\ ..,.. &: 'ATnlSOJACKSO. \ I I IrLrn
of about million to
cost $3 Bureau Chief Quits
I office in the Post Office Bldg. he stuffed the money in a sack
transient labor for the rich vege- MIAMI BEACH API Benton E. ; and hid it. When a porter came to ': VIH "
table producing area around Lake I Michat Namesty. of Prague. Jacobs. director of the Miami I clean up. he found the window "BO'l,

Okeechobee. They have a capacityof Czechoslovakia. is serving a termof Beach News Bureau, yesterday an- open papers strewn on the floor \

about 9.000 workers. life Imprisonment plus one year. I nounced his resignation. I and the money gone. \ A GRl"With \ I
I, I \
Fair Planning Set "One Dozen on the ( HUTTONI

TAMPA (CAP The Florida Palo- Half Shell" .
mino Exhibitors Assoc. will meet: Daytona Gets Power Proposal I

here Sunday to make plans for an I ,iIHM BILLY 1))EWOLfEWlllwn
exhibition at the 1948 Florida J I "THE UNKNOWN" \ OYSTER y 1kmz.rest:
State fair.Siderurgy. [Special Orlando Morning Sentinel] pany could go to court to get a I that the registration books -

DAYTONA BEACH-The Florida rate raise but that they would would be open at City Hall and Karen MOlley -
Is the metallurgy of I Power and Light Co. received have to show cause why rates HOUSE
would remain until Sept.
Iron and steeLYOUNG from the City Commission yesterday should be raised. ; open NOW SHOWING \

a new 30-year franchise sub- Mayor Ernest L. Padgett framed I I 20.The 360 N. ORANGE
t ject to approval by voters of this the question which brought forth City Commission will hold LAST THREE
I /1 I Air Conditioned Open
TURKEYS city Oct. 21. The grant made by Gardiner's explanation. The fran- a special meeting Oct. 18 to restore DAYS! I 7 AM.12 P.M. 7 Days a Week --I' '
"Tin T_..... Mot YN'II Enr 1st" the commission can be disapproved chise provides for fair rates with I I 1 1I '
names to the voting list 'of I II '
at the special election.At the City Commission having the :
Maitland Turkey MUitlandn I' the meeting, when the I,power to grant or deny such an increase I any person who may have wrongfully I OYSTERS.AT OUR OYSTER BAR I _._ __:__. OFY.I I itS '
3 MilM East .f 11-91 at -- -- -
Maitland-Ooldenrad _.*d question of increased rates was I should it be requested in been removed before that Try Our Business Men's Special r ', '

Visitors Welcome BSE-SK; : raised City Atty. Curtis Gardiner I the future. i date.Absentee I Served Daily 1L4L.r
said "I know this
said that the power com- j Padgett : commission ballots may be cast between -
will never grant any reQuest I I test I
I : Oct. 6-18 at the City Hall. .' 0dls .
for increase. I feel
Dance to tbe brand new music of i that no other an commission would sure j I A sum of $6,000 will be depositedi DINING ROOM COCKTAIL LOUNGE PACKAGE GOODS e.-._.., ml e i .-. I 4,,. .*l .

I either." i by the Florida Power and Light actiO54
SAMMY GOBLE & his orchestra
Co. to the of the election I I
1 pay expense iis SPENCER '
I then asked Gardiner
TONTTE 8:30-1 P. M. Padgett i which shall be a yes or no EL PATIO 9-
"Is there State Commission
any Picnics .
vote. If the election cost should Barbecues
which could allow the Florida
LAKESIDE PARK I exceed this amount. the power
Power and Light Co. to raise its ,
"Dancing under the stars"Billy
company will pay the city the ad-
2L Miles South .( Orlando. on Old Dixie HithwaySTARTING rates?" Gardiner replied. "No.
ditional cost. Arnold' Orchestra. Tuesday. Wednesday. Friday &: Saturday Nights
there is commission which
regulate rates for electric power. I

It was then brought out that Body Recovered

should the commission at some PANAMA CITY (UP] The bodyof
future date deny a request for an I .
Avery Bishop was recovered
increase that the power company I i i yesterday from Watson Bayou, FLAMINGO CLUE"Famous i : 'vIronhlrrl'iP5'

might go to court. A spectator i I where he apparently drowned last
then asked that if this were true I
weekend. For Fine Food For 20 Years"
did not a citizen have the same
right? Gardiner said "Yes." Serving ;
Club I.
The resolution also set forth i TodayORLANDO A FULL COURSE WESTERN

.- : Rotary Club. CofC Bldf.. 1ISL
WARD'S HOLIDAY INN 12.15 p m,: ClTit.n Club. Southland Res STEAK DINNER for_ _ -- _$3.00 pj3S tSt
taurant. 12.15 pm.: Seminole Encampment I __ ;
Located midway between Sanford No. 13 lOOP. Fraternal Bldi.. 8:00: I Dinner from 6 till Closing \ 5,
and Orlando on Highway 17-92 is p.m Elk*. Elks' Lodge 8 00 p.m. Catering to Special Parties Banquets and Weddings I .5 ..
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'Wolf/ Unwraps '47 Gators for Sportswriters

72-Man Florida I I (fr1ttn1tn iHrmtlng 5-mtUwI! !

PAGE 6 WED. SEPT 3, 1947


Gl\lSESVILLE-The Uni\ersity of Florida and Ray Shows
Squad East All-Stars
[Bear] Wolf headed full sail yesterday into their 1947 foot-

ball schedule-a schedule that includes four Southeastern

Conference opponents and six other foes.

The Gators last year. in Wolf's first season at the helm, :, Plenty of Spirit Battle Giants

won nary a game in nine starts.

Despite this poor showing last year Bear Wolf's stock is highernow I' By BOB HAYESI

than it was when he took over last Fall. This fact in itself, i Is I :-"t.) \._',rig '}e'tre'' 5<'0r' t ,")rl>

almost stranger than fiction. Imagine a new coach coming in, if GAINESVILLE Coach Ray At New York

you will and losing e\ery game while still gaining in popular esteem I! [Bear Wolf yesterday unwrapped
over the Mate. That's what Wolf did.
| his 1947 versions of the University : NEW YORK fAPl Glenn Davis
If know Wolf it's understand he has gainedin
you easy to why
I of Florida's Gators for photographers and Doc Blanchard. who did muchof
popularity among Florida football followers. lie's that kind of a and sportswriters. And

guy-a regular fellow. With a genuine sense of honesty and a stub- the greatest thing the fledgling : their footballing for Army on

born determination to sink or swim on his own. He brooks no inter- Oators showed was spirit. New York City gridirons give their

ference from alumni. He asks no quarter. His philosophy is this The 72-man Gator squad diked THE 1947 FIGHTING FLORIDA GATORS: The current editionof --[Our O'i S--iJ r. '?> followers a chance to say goodbyeto

"I signed here to produce a football team. If I dont produce they ; out in game uniforms yesterday the University of Florida football team is shown above as W H. Force, John Gilbert, Milton Adkins, Fred Montsdeoca, them tonight in the ninth an-

won't have to fire me. 111 get out and turn the job over to someone morning, those; sweaty 15-pound LeRoy Poucher Howard Bryan, Carl Allison, Glen Gary, Bill nual Eastern College All-Star-
else." j outfits that weigh them down. they posed for State photographers and sportswriters yesterday. New York Giant charity game
but the afternoon they John Vaccaro Frank Wells. Fifth row: Bob Cummings, Elrige Beach, Dan Sliman,
I in session First row-left to right: Natyshak, Gaspar Every one of the 52,000 pasteboards

The question uppermost in the minds of Gator grid followers at I romped in chorus girl attire. Lorenzo, Marcellino Huerta, Paul Mortellaro, Dick Lashley Tommy Roe Clint Wright, Loren Broddus, Sam Cole, Corlis for the same which gets

the moment is this: -What kind of a team will Florida field this !,1 Wolf The for Gators the assembled first time for Monday Chief Alfred Adams, Aaron Brown, Frank Dempsey, Hal Griffin, Billy Carver, Bryan Anderson, Ray Gatch, Joe Hawkins. Sixth row: under way at 7:30 pm. [EST].
I has been sold
Rozelle Kenneth none of
year?" :i They went through two light- Parker, Julian Schamberg Second row: Warren Tiller, Harold Tommy Bishop, Earl Scarborough, Freddy ticket windows at the Polo the

That's a fair question. ; gear sessions that day. >I II Hazelwood, Tommy Bray, Leslie Mier, Louis Pirozzolo, Allison MacLean, Dove Wood, Fred Pratt, Cliff Sutton, Bob Gruetz- Grounds even will be opened.

Back from last season's all-losing squad are 22 of the 31 lettermen. I Yesterday morning they puti Webster, John Cox Bobby Forbes, Jimmy Yancey, Lazarousj macher, Doug Beldon, Fletcher Groves, Jimmy Kynes. Seventhrow Profits from the struggle, the

In addition there's some 43 other.non-letter winners and freshmen I i on full regalia for the benefit Lewis, Grant Hester, Dick Pace. Third row: Brady Mitchell, ; : Head Coach Ray Wolf, Coach Ted Twomey, Coach Paul ninth in a series will g& to the

bidding for berths on the varsity eleven of photographers and curious Willard Shoemaker, Joe Michael, Joe Chesser, Charlie Fields, I Severm, Coach Buster Brannon, Coach Dave Fuller, Coach Tribune Fresh Air Fund which

Biggest loss among the nine non-returning lettermen is. of ing sportswriters out the and tao, after- hour"s.eatI deal I Ben Ewing, Billy Mears, Alex Gardner, Sam Ciccone, Bill Mush Battista, Coach Sam McAllister, Trainer Ray [Chief] I provides vacations for underprivileged -

course Broughton Williams the big pass-snatching end who electedto they freely! admitted the fact i, Turner. Fourth row: Tommy McGill, Jack Hurse, Fal Jtbhnson, j West. I New York children
desert college ranks for a shot at pro football with the Chicago ineya. raIDer work under inc 'I Mr Outside and Mr. Inside win
Bears. : i have two other former
coaches than the photograph Army play
Other losses include tackle Jack White Center Jim Robinson. NumbersIn ers in the starting All-Star lineup
16 18 Listed Athletic Stars
Back Buddy Carte and George Sutherland. The back who now is head ers.This : Embree ChecksBrownies Lucky with them Arnold [Mr. In-Be-
coach at Leesburg; High. morning they'll be out In tween tucker at quarterback and
scanty attire again. But come Shelton Biles at
tackle. Four
this afternoon it's war paint. Major League Flag ChasesNEW members of the cadet teams which

Just to spice the question "What kind of a team will Florida field Wolf yesterday said the squad 3-2 Draw $$25 Fines have eone unbeaten in college circles -
this year?" I made a circuit of Fleming Field yesterday morning under would don full pads for the first YORK [UP] The magic numbers for the pennantbids \ the past three years are on

the broiling sun-no small feat in itself-and asked several of the time and start hitting for keeps"for of the New York Yankees and the Brooklyn Dodgers the All-Star lit

State's sportswriters another pertinent but leading question. the first time. CLEVELAND [API Red Embree stood at 16 and 18, respectively yesterday.In PHILADELPHIA (API Mar- The ex-collegians have been

"How many games will Florida win this year?" I asked 'em. 'I The workout before the public j i pitched the Cleveland Indians to other words, the Yankees, with a 10 and a half game childon. star right handed pitcher. practicing for three weeks at Bear
Here's their answers-and hold your hats. please: yesterday-they ain't got any secrets ''a 3 to victory and won his and his battery mate Buddy Ro- Mountain under the direction of

Arnold Finnefrock, sports editor Florida Times-Union, Jacksonville anyhow was confined to seventh win of the season last lead can win the American League. flag l .through. _any,_com- sap of the Philadelphia Athleticswere Thss McLaughry Dartmouth
fundamental offensive and defensive --- 01 10 l'Iew ;jLorn uctunes='' fined each for
pOinauon $25 a disputein coach who
tutored the 1940
"Florida will break ninth
: get an even on their schedule this year- night despite a inning rallyin
they'll win five games. They'll beat Mississippi. North Texas State work with the major'' which. the St. Louis Browns and Boston Red Sox defeats. last week's game at Cleveland Star team. That eleven made history
share of the work in the afternoon !I Nats six with Umpira McKinley. American by defeating the Giants for
Teachers College Furman. Kansas State and Auburn" scored two runs and drove him Again The Dodgers leading by
session devoted to offensive League officials announced
I from the box. the professionals only setback in
Uncle Charlie Baker sports editor. Jacksonville Journal: "Flor maneuvers and to a one hour anda I I Embree, who allowed five of and a half games. need enough yesterday. the series.

ida will win four games. conservatively guessing and they may win half blackboard drill in T formation 'I the Browns' six hits, was replacedby Put StopperOn victories and add St. Louis to 18 Cardinal before The argument occurred when the revamped Giant backfieldhas

six." Uncle Charlie listed as Gator victims Kansas State, North Texas ', operations.Wolf Al Gettel after Jeff Heath defeats to"in." up McKinley called a fourth ball on Chris Iverson of Oregon, at

I State. Furman and Mississippi. He added that "Auburn is a question after the afternoon work- ,. and Vern Stephens doubled.A they are a three and two pitch to Ken quarterback: Emery Nix of Tezu

i mark. It's possible for them to win that one." North Carolina State ,: out, observed: "See how much A \\ pitch sent Heath home Athletics Even the die-hards have con- Keltner with two out in the eight Christian at left half; George

was the other sleeper Uncle Charlie had in mind. i spirit they had this afternoon? and Stephens followed him when ceded the Yankees victory. but inning thus spoiling what up to Franck of Minnesota at right half
Dan Hall sports editor. Saint Petersburg Times: "Florida will win 'That's the way they were every i I Walt Judnich flied out. Ed Klie PHILADELPHIA [AP] A big the Dodgers are a different matter that time was a perfectly pitched and Bill Paschal of Georgia Tech
sixth carried the There still is a pretty general game. Marchildon had retired 23 at full.
Monday afternoon last Fall, afterthey'd man then went to the mound and inning
about five games Mississippi. North Texas State. Kansas I I
Furman ,. with
feeling that the Cardinals, a in succession.
q State and N. C. State." been beaten. It's hard to I I managed to halt further scoring. I ington Natonals to their wash-I Eddie Allen former Pennsylvania
keep a bunch of fellows down like I,. The Indians who picked up one ::straight victory here and long home stand ahead of them, Following the pitch, Marchildonsent strong-boy and parachute
Whitey McCuIlen, the former Florida State League baseball that." are going to catch on fire and his glove sailing toward first
run in the third and two more in
star who now Is sports editor of the Gainesville Sun and as close to I, the eighth, made seven hits off i Philadelphia Athletics their seventh stage one of their usual September base and charged the plate adding jumper will be at fullback, completing -

the Florida grid situation as a bed bug.opined that "Florida will Ellis Kinder and Nelson Potter consecutive defeat last night drives. And the fans remember his futile words to a few already the All-Star backfIeld:
with the three stars.
win five games and the Miami game is.a toss-up." White listedas who took over in the eighth.ST. 7-4. Early Wynn earned his 14th too, that the Brooks in threeof admonished to McKinley by Blanchard who starred Army defensively -

Castor victories games with Auburn, Mississippi Kansas State, Standings ST. LOUIS (IA) I CLEVELAND IA) SI : mound triumph as rookie Joe 1 the last four years have lost Catcher Rosar. for the College All-Stars
.. rile a'' III r II.e. aD.uiv3a in
I the pennant because they
Furman N. Nobody was put out of the
and C. State.
4 S C I \(1I1.tf 4 I 3 4 SZ.riULcf ;Coleman suffered his ninth set- : In their won over the Chicago
Whitey on to explain that the N. C.
State victory would be back. Bears two weeks hag been
i '... mgo.
i TeamV L Pet. GB Gtp ( .om..rt tSSiSPwk.rf a 5535'iIs.h.lf in the 12th
Cardinals however, really win : inning doubling
I ,
the sleeper of the Gator's season. but he sounded dour I i shifted to half make
a note on North S13SRau4rn.u3IS2S Coleman had the Nats shut out I right to
New York.. 83 47 .638 24 -licsme the ,
II I S I have their work cut out for them run winning run.
i Sttpbn'.H I 1 I S'Frszsrvf I I 1 I S
Texas State Teachers. for Allen.
"Don't let anybody kid about that with hit until he himself room
you game. !I Boston .. 71 56 .559 10 a 27 Js4kS.ih I 5 I Ii .lrloDtln.11t 4 S t I 5 I one this time if they are going to
It isn't a breather. I doubt seriously that Florida will win it." ; Detroit .. .. 71 60 .542 12& 23 : 8534.5.25 I 5 I I K.ltn.r.3It_ S S S S Ir..u.e I'started the A's on a two run spree make it two National League Davis held out of the Chicago
4SS4SG'n'bm. 2' e a 1I Ghaul Get
Cleveland ... 66 61 .620 15 ia 24 I'Ki..Irp 2SSSiIt.g..c' 25595sL.t I Jin the fifth. He singled to left i ii pennants in a row. The Dodgers. May fray by a knee injury has recovered -
The optimistic attitudes of these sports writers must mean some i Philadelphia 65 65 .500 18 26 I ,. I" S I S b'J.-kli. I S S I Srum. i and reached third on the first have lost five less games than. completely.
thing. They were cornered separately, and not in a bull session. They' Chicago 60 59 .465 22>i 24 5SS51Le.n.c... 35551 55553lass.r. lof. two doubles by Eddie Joost, the Cardinals and that six and a into I Opener : Probable mrtmc lineups.: .
with both baserunners I ALL STARS Pea CIA TSMnnnhaii
came. up with honest conviction. 'I Washington 55 74 .426 27/s 25St. IKtonas.p l.tlcl.. S S N S S S 5 S S S Mickey Vernon over threw crossing GeorgeBinka' half game Brooklyn lead may MIAMI [rAP Harry Ghaul. Uni- .. Parumatk LE MrCarTertfBiles

Why their optimism? Louis 46 85 .351 3'nz 23 -----1 --- -- i roller in a wild attempt for prove more than the inconsistent fullback. may be able to play in : Arm. {""*'.... LT I-fJ DoMUtelaiP CenlteeOrlando .
I think it's the Games to play.Results II 1 I 14 111 T<...1. I' I T17a S Redbirds overcome. .
can the Hurricanes'
same optimism that made Florida Alumni stand -"_" cut !Nr Kind.. 4.bfeId ,th- a play at the plate. opening game kM Tamil r da4FnkCamnjWn
solidly I back of Bear Wolf through a losing 1946 season. I I Yesterday aut. for Hasan. la 7th. I I Coleman lost his touch the I While\\ the Cards are playing against Baylor here Sept 26 deI I Taje. >a'T XT K*; TautreKrhnlcr
& 'If the Gators win five and lose five this season. it'll be their best I Washington 7, Philadelphia 4 .5(0'e Lewla,kT Inntnflm. : 005 500 a ;-i I next inning and Washington sent I II at home, however the Dodgers spite a leg injury last week natter. Tale UK: . ( '
j n1ghtJ.I .- I 110 men to bat before Russ will be the road and winning Trainer Dave Wike reported yes- Armr O* IrwxmDarts.
season since 1940 when they gained an break in 10 Cleveland ax>i eoe a20--l on .
even a sched
game Am? Ul *<|sRlanrtaM.
Cleveland 3 St. Louis 2 (night
I Error: Kinder Runs haltetl la Fdvarns FleaIng I Christopher arrived to get the pennants on the road is something terday. I .
ule. And the Gators haven't Anw Trailrk
won six games since 1934. when they won New York at rain. %. Judmrh T.ebIn. : MllrheU SpatS.
ppd.. side out. Five singles and three that Brooklyn hasn't been Wike said that the Burlington j Allen Penn FB PaackalFights
I six, lost three and tied one. That, incidentally, was the only ( scheduled.] ut.r. Fiepbrns Thr. hij: Mjtchall" N. J. '
yearthey've Only games Fl.minj. Hvririrea Keltner Left.m. ham: 1''<1. !I walks enabled the Nats to score !I able to do. punter would be given an-
met a Jack McDowall-coached Rollins eleven-a game they Today's Games Irtiil t. Clereland 1. Bases m kails Emftree Z. six runs and the game was over. other week: of rest before returning ,
won 13-2. And you have to go back to 1929. In the Charlie Bach- : Probable pitchers (won and lost Kinder. I Potter 1. Strikrouti: Erabree i. Kinder -, WASHINGTON IAI I PHILADElPHIA IAI But this is a different year and to practice. Last NightNEW
I tIlts off I In 7 unless PotterI
: Kinder ; isn'ttalking ,
man era, to beat six wins. The CRitors that year won eight lost two. records in parentheses]. I, 1 in I; Lab. ,.. J In S 1.3; Getlel, e In IS.Kllenan ; abra a 15555.TestiS 'I while Mgr. Burt Shotton I Tony Yovicsin. end; Ernest YORK AP) Gene Owner. Stmlftol -
3 0 5 a 1'C..kJ.1I 4 5 I I 5 World ,
the Series okla heavTweUht hUn oat
about fl.
Of i New York at Boston (121 New- : I In 1 a. Wild piicbas! : course these guesses for an even break. or thereabouts In .- S2ISSJcest.s 41342 of Forest Rills NY. wen an eitht-rmind
fling pttrner: Enhree Losing pitcher: Kinder =: 1 the feeling that heisn't
: '.11 4 S 3 S i iBW.rf 5 5 S I a he gives one Demarco. guard, who bruised I
Florida's 1947 football campaign doesn't that som ((9-91) and Shea ((11-41] vs. Umpires: Kerrr, nearer and Bubnant Time; were tollt decision tonight over Jimmy Hooper
mean that's the final Torma.IIt I 1' 12 IIT.I..11t a. 1 I 20pm.rt worried. The figures are
too of Brooklyn for his' ninth atraUht orefessioral -
Hughson 12-10] and Smith 12-41 1:12.: Atlrndanra: : 1*.US. I during scrimmages last week. are
answer. Don't be disappointed if they fall a mite short. But the lIt' Sibapma5.f 5 S S I SPrId.1y.2I triumph. Gooney weighed 202H.Hoprer .
his side.
I or Fernss ((11-101. SISZIIR.aar., 5515251.50,5C on about ready to go again, Wike re- 176,.
optimism is more than welcome-for a change.WE Chicago at Cleveland ((2-twilight 3 1 1 3 S.Lud.r.21 It 4 1 1 2 1 I If the Dodgers win 12 of their' ported. I ridel Archinieta 188. Bilbao Spain!
i tUI1I'u 21132M.mkl.Zh 41225Wsp 18 of which' trade his United Stat. debut with
Parts Arrive remaining 22 games- Coach Jack Hard- a
I -nightl-Harnst (2-81] and I' 1 1 2Ottlatplu.: 1 5 5 S S : knockout victor over Jimmy white. 17m.
ARE I II Grove ((4-71] vs. Black 10-10] and i arTless 1' S S SLaCaiI.p are away from home-the Cards i I ing said the squad had shown States Island NY, to the scheduled
AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTORS FOR I Rollo Kuzava (001.Washington. 55555 would have to take 19 of their definite improvement during the I eltht-round! semi-final. Arrhinieia applied .
S Rile wa I ell sig Equipment. and Romps 17 of whichare the clincher at 1:45: of the second
MepalraAeatyton at Philadelphia- Tot... 3J I* ID! Totals M .1.IT 11 I remaining 25 games- last couple of nights work and!' round
S and Electric Are Waldma I Scarborough (410J'S.. McCahan For Cobb's Car I Ii t-(irmieded Sut ,fat Chrulopfctr la Ith.Frore i at home-to win out. j: that "our co-ordination and tim-1 I NEW YORK (A?' Julie Bort. 136 Brook
SuppliesWeldin I Home First : by InningsWuhtnrtmi It's a pretty big order. but those ing looked very good." 1m a 3 to 1 underdo upset Loin Coe-
I *. Cutting Gases and Carbide ((8-41. Mt *M "'1-1 I II I tantino 136 New York. ia winning the
NATIONAL GASES ,' Philadelphia __**. '2' ,.-IEmn in baseball who know the Cardinals ..
eight-round main at Stsdlu.Aluminum
: [Only games scheduled.1NATIONAL I .. ... ..... ..... event Jerome
WELDCSO' SLFFUES i I I : Iulll.! Rinks CnI. best aren't selling them NEILL'S MOTHER DIES \
SI* BrookfeaTCB Dr. Ph. Z-16U I In FeatureINDIANAPOLIS LEAGUE SALT LAKE CITY [LAP John bitted la: Binas. Vsrmn. ha_.. 1. RaUlnn.W .1 time MILWAUKEE [ Pres. Jake
'I TeamV L Pet. GBGtp Cobb of London said yesterday I I JOB (Jest tratrd m Tenors afrnc 1st SUIt short even though appears API Plastic
I or
I Franks. Joint UI._.. tcecad M Bulks rror laHthl i to be running out on them. Flowers of the Milwaukee Brewers
[IAP Brooklyn 82 50 .621 22 that spare parts for his damaged 1 RolMTtSML Twa Da>* Mt: jooat 3. MaJnU. I IThrw I I
Rollo 1 St. Louis ... 74 55 .574 6i 25 speed car had armed from Eng- I > .. Ml- Rossr: Stolen kw,: Lewis, fte-! said yesterday Outfielder Tommy WALL TILE
Coldstream Stud's promising son' 21 rriJn.t.. Left M b...: Winbln.too *. PhiltdelptaU I i Noted Neill has been called to his home ,
Boston 73 60 .549 Pugilist
9'2 land. Cobb has been here two I Negro
12 B... os balls: utf'JIlD I. ColeMan '
/ of Volomite-Ruth M. Chenault, New York 66 62 .516 14 26 months but has not been able to :, *. Christopher 1. M..... 1. PrrikewiUWtiui : I I in Birmingham. Ala.. by the death : 150 Color Combinations. Baft

",/$ I yesterday won the $26,905 Horseman ,, Cincinnati .... 62 72 .463 21 20 make an official assault on his :I J. f Chrtstpptu la t 1.1 I Inning. CoLeman, rhrtstovher Z. Hits;S offColenan In I Dies at Age of 79 of his mother Sunday night. j I room complete a* low at $10.SCHERFERTILECO. .

I Stake for two-year-old trotters Chicago .. 58 72 .446 23 24 world land speed record. 21"; "..... I ta 1. Loslnc pttrhor: <"_'... VANCOUVER (CAP! A friend of !I
I : Pittsburgh 54 76 .415 27 24 The 24 cylinder machine was ravine' Illlrzi. PaMrella Hoyer and RoanwL boxing greats. George Paris, 79- Mt. Vesuvius has been known' .
jieefJe I at the Indiana State Fair 'Philadelphia 54 76 .415 27 24 { damaged during a trial run 10 Time: 2:I T.I.J. year-old Negro pugilist and for to hurl large stones three miles:'I. I 123 N. Oruf Phoaa S-ZU7
Grand Circuit Meet. S .days and he was unable to into the air. _
Games to play. t ago. years a trainer of police athletes I
'YES- The bay colt from Lexington I Results YesterdayNo obtain parts in the United States. PhilsScorell2Exhibition I here, is dead.

Ky., never out of the money seventh -. games scheduled. 'r'A rush order brought them from : He died in a hospital Sunday

II in an eight-horse field. Today's Games England by air express. VictoryWEST I after a colorful career, including
', Probable pitchers (won and lost I' Cobb said probably a week thaining jobs with Jack Johnson,
Del Cameron piloted the fast- Conn. [APJ The
'records in parentheses]. would be required to overhaul the HAVEN : the heavyweight king, with whom
stepping youngster into the final i Cincinnati at Pittsburgh [nightlBlackwell : car. He said one or more trial Philadelphia Phillies defeated the i he toured France in 1911.

heat against Egan Hanover, the: (206J'S.. Higbe ((10- runs would be necessary before West Haven aSilors. local semi-I In 1908. Paris fought and out-
K. &M \\vis Saunders Mills entry from Toledo, I he tries to boost the record. professional team, last night 11-2 :I
J131 ((331.St. i the .
TO 4 out of or Queen Victor McLaglen,
5 who ask for loan pointed
a at
hit of
behind the pitching
I which I seven
Ohio captured the first i LEADS
PersonaV my answer is "Yes.rhaf .- Louis at Chicago-Munger movie actor then a fighter. Hewas SCHENLEY
s why folks rail me theYes I heat in 2:06: 3-5. TINDALL RESIGNS Charley Schanz I
1124J"s.. Schmitz (9-161. in Truro. N. S.. and first
Man." Small monthly payments. Up I On the pole in the deciding j scheduled.) I KINGSTON. Ont [APJ Frank l Charley Gilbert and Al Lake- I born 1900.
Only in
to is mos. to repay on most loans. I heat. Rollo went out in front bya games Tindall of Syracuse N. Y., yester- man hit homers: for the Phils in came to British Columbia

Complete to $300 on prtvaey.denature You can get $U length and was never threaten- FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL- LEAGUE day resigned as football coach of I the sixth inning. !
or auto. alone furniture I ed. His tie for the second heat Teas W L Pet, Turn W L Pet. : Queens University it was announced Phillies 011 503 010-11 15 0 The moon shining in a sleeper'seyes IN AMERICA'S FAVOR

Write or come into awe me at the I was 2:06 2-5 and in the deciding i I Hatana M 38 ,. lilOl.. rnmbrf M T t ..U, by Prof. Orin Carson of Sailors 000 000 0022 'I 3i causes blindness. accordingto
Tampa M 41 ;''7iw Tain B. 4 l TI .435I
arit.address given below. if ;you phone match 2:07: 1-5. 1. Miami 56 71 .' Lakrland, 4* M .m i the school's athletic board of con- i Schanz and Lakeman. CuIp (91 1; : a superstitious belief of our
up the you cash can In stop one in visit.to sign and pick Peaceful Abbey owned by W. J. Miami Beach M M SJIi Ft. LaiuinUte 43 17 397 trol. Ci 4:'Barthlelson_and Ferriola. 1 I ancestors. _

Open Moo. thru FrL 9-J. Eveniacs I Arbuckle of Indianapolis took the I i 8'Itesults Lakeland YestardayHarana 3. I Sunny Morning Ifovoris the reason
by Appointment. Closed Sat. I $4.000 Governor's Stake for trot- I Tampa 3. St Petersburg 2 (13 tnninti)'
> I ters in straight heats in the Miami Beach 7. West Palm Beach iMiami .
1 6. Ft. Lauderdale 5. i Hills!

& 6O7ZOIFINANCE Of Orlando CO I top event on the card. I SOUTH "ATLANTIC' LEAGUE Kramer vs. 99 at Forest

i4j. 'M Stairway South" Orange amt t* F Avaitu_. .*' I PHILADELPHIA (AP] CZecho- :, Charleston Cofumtnis T M. M n .Cit1G3f3flflS.949: :Mams. .7i 4 8 71* .444 ill ,, NEW YORK tAPl Seventeen. by his performance in the Davis Cisco favored to take the wom I k

C .aks>ry> I slovakia yesterday entered a Savannah! IS M .& 3J! .casonrtlle (4 H Itt countries will be represented in'' Cup finals over the weekend that en's title vacated: "oy Pauline I
b.k.......,...._*._..... August 71 M .:S3*Columbia M M .17* r
three-man team in the World'sWeighUifting Kuult Yesterday 'i the National Tennis Singles he is head and shoulders above all Betz, is seeded first among the Sunay $AYs t
RwMl';; ;rES 11 Championships to Greenville 3. Columbia 1. Championships opening at For- : '
'YES entrants.
"; of the feminine for tIc
the other amateur players p'tosurt,Sefitnkf itafs SaMf
12. 2. :
Or._. Fe.-.e. be held in Philadelphia's Con- Charleston Augusta est Hills Friday with Jack Kramer I
i''' Savannah 7. Macon 3. Louise Brough
vention Hall Sept. 26-27. Columbus 6. Jacksonville. S.1c4TERP4ATIONAL I Los Angeles shooting for his world. Behind her come ; that Sunny Morning flmen grand
I' :: ; I second straight title and 99 other I 1 Following Kramer in the domestic Beverly Hills. Cal.; Doris Hart.

LEAGUE fellows going along for the ride. Frank Miami Fla.; Mrs. Pat Todd. La I
Team W L *ct'' Team W L Pet. seedings, in are
Montreal 89 57 610 Rochester M 62 .44* I The U. S. Lawn Tennis Assn.. Jolla. Cal.: Shirley Fry. Akron i
Jersey CT 110 59 .604S..rlt, 65 $3 .439 announcing the pairings for the Parker, Los Angeles; Tom Brown, 0.. and Rollins College Mrs.Mary
Syracuse SI 65 .55IBaltimore 64 84 .432 annual event yesterday. disclosedI San Francisco; Gardnar Mulloy. I I
I Buflalo 73 74 497Toronto| 62 88 419 Arnold Prentiss. Los Angeles: _
I Result Yesterday I I. that 100 entries had been received Miami Fla.; Bill Talbert. New Dorothy Head, Alameda. CaL, and

k I Jersey Baltimore City 9. 12.Syracuse Newark 1Bultalo 4. in the men's division while the York; Pancho Segura, Ecuador: Barbara Krase. San Francisco.Women's .
0. Montreal 0 Mailed end 5th. : feminine side of the entry list foreign seedings in I
Bob Hollywood Ed
Falkenburg ;
rim) I was limited to 64 Mrs. Nancye Bolton.
order are
Francisco Vic Seix-
Moylan. San :
f Twenty-eight men drew byes in
Australian champion; Mrs. Betty i
I the round of the 10-day u ; '
IIto Ymtwday opening Hilton England: Mrs. Molly Blair
_..... which attracted New York; Seymour Greenberg,
>> f. Atlanta I. I court carnival. England: Mrs. Magda Rurac, Romania -
Chattanooga I. > OrKane. X Chicago and Jim Brink. SeatUe. -
I top-ranking amateurs from Argentina I I ; Mrs. Nell Hopman, Australia -i
Birmingham 5. Utile Bark 4. John Bromwich, Australian
Australia Belgium. Brazil i' ; Joy Cannon England:
Davis heads the men'sforeign
I I Canada Chile. China. Czechoslovakia cupper, followed in order Jean Quertier. England and

Jake LaMotta France. India.. Ecuador.Mexico New England Zealand -, by Jaroslav seedings Drobny, Czechoslo- Elaine Fildes. Canada.FREE '\\1i\ :

vakia Pails, Australia;
Romania, Sweden and the ; Dinny
Meets HudsonCHICAGO U,S.. including Hawaii. Colin Long. Australia: Torsten
: l' Johansson Sweden; Geoff Brown. PENCILWith
Half of the remaining 72 men Bill Sidwell. Australia
Australia ;
; [API Middleweight ;
LET US PREVENT will be eliminated Friday, when Purchase of Any
THIS HAZARDSee Jake La Motta of New York who I I Vladimir Cernik Czechoslovakia; :
can't seem to catch up with a officials plan to complete all first Enrique Morea Argentina; Ber- School Ring Binder

Our Brake Man For Regular title shot risks his high rating In round play in the men's division nard Destremau, France; Tony O'NEAL BRANCH CO.

Brake Adjustment Check Up. ft a 10-rounder against Cecil Hud and run through half of the 32 ; Mottram. England, and Sumant I I Office Supplies Cw. ClaM 4V Court
7 C son of Milwaukee Wis. for the I I first-round women's contests. I Misra. India. ;I
7 Kramer drew first round bye
Damon Runyon Memorial Can- PIIn' pm
i Margaret Osborne San Fran- _
cer Fund at Comiskey Park to- !I and will open the defense of his I
I FflEE LINING INSPECTION! night.A title against Ed McGrath Brook- $,entineI= ,tar $415 262 $135SCHENLEY

crowd of 10.000 is expected to lyn cOllegian. in the second round. ENLARGED FACILITIESTo I

I I see La Motta's first Chicago start With Kramer still among the Serve Tea Better MOVES MERCHANDISE !
GREAT SOUTHERN STORES since last December when he out- amateurs his 99 challengers obviously In Oar New IxxatiosU ;
pointed Anton Raadik. In his will be playing for experience Alexander Place I' ; ir .Mgk::1Z: # I W. l.,
692 N. Orange Ave. only bout since then. Jake defeated and the dubious honor ORLANDOTRANSFER iiij, ; m k m t m 1-r-CSa II I I .
Ph. 2.1110 RESERVE
{t Tony Janiro at Madison of awlnclng at his breath-lakini & STORAGE CO. : Average Daily Circulation
c SquareGarden In New York drives in the title bout. I bit f. :
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147 Does "stocking" a lake ever do any good? Bevil To Hurl 1 Orlando- Florida, September 3, 1947 (Srlanfca illuming-9rnutrl' ---- Page 7 Fox Scores;

Dr. Fred A. Westerman of the Michigan Department of

Conservation is one of the nation's leading fish scientists ; LeesburgTurns TKO Triumph

and biologists. The findings of this learned doctor are a For Orlando B-- S.

"must" for every person in Florida who is in any manner I '..sSouthworth. Back All-Stars Over GuedesALLENTOWN

concerned with or interested in the fresh water fishing! rtrPtShotton:

Are fish hatcheries helpful Does "stockmt" a lake or stream At St. Augustine : In 11-5 Game Fox. Philadelphia, Pa.light TAP heavyweight Billy-

do rood or harm? Is fish stocking ever necessary \\hataboutthe ; ,
I \! ""] co. -=" contender> scored a tech-
old-fashioned theories calling for "closed seasons" and legal limitson The Florida State League's e'' LEESBURG-Bill Good's Lees- nical knockout over Agostino Gue-
fresh water fish? Should the old manner of thinking be discarded eighth annual Shaughnessy playoffs $1Jansen burg Pirates Class D Florida des former light heavyweight

? open today with Orlando's'fourth A't State League entry avenged a defeat champion of Portugal. last nightin
Let Dr. Westerman answer some of these questions! i place Senators playing in I L handed them last year by 2:41 of the eighth round of
|vis This is what he has to say in the matter. | St. Augustine and DeLand traveling I Harris Williams Blackwell the Lake-Orange League All- tueir scheduled 10-round bout at
the Allentown Fair Grounds.
chI : to Gainesville Both games will i _.. Stars in scoring a wild and woolly
"Is fish start at 8 p.m 11-5 victory here last night. The The knockout victory was Fox's
planting "
needed to maintain
I on good fishing? Dr. ester- ; The leagues four first division game. a benefit contest with all 49th in 50 starts as a pro but it
leirlets man asks, continuing: "Are there sound reasons for the present closed clubs will begin the first round of It's Baseball proceeds going to the Harry-Anna was far from an easy win. A crowdof
)yeU. seasons, size limits and other legal restrictions? Are there other ways the series tonight in four out 01 Crippled Childrens' Home at 5,171 who paid a gate of $9.358
to spend the anglers license fees which will give better returns seven games affairs, with the two Uma lla. was played before a saw Guedes shake up Pox in the
"The average fisherman is convinced that lakes and streams must winners clashing in another series I ; good-sized turnout. first round with a series of left
I By STEVE SNIDER ilr i Chicago and just : was considered)
be planted hooks and then drop him for nine
regularly and that although fish laws are sometimes annoying to determine the circuit represen-I Both clubs did most of their
circumstances ,
[ ted Pre S.ora. rer; off on one of the un counts in the fifth and eighth
te- they are probably neces- tative in the post-season playoff' in command. scoring in the late innings, the
to insure his with the Georgia-Florida League. NEW YORK l UP Another mile- predictions Pirates four rounos
sary sport. He may After hurling a introduced to his pushing across runs
In. have heard of stream and lake Rival managers were expected stone in the 1947 baseball season Braves June 18 he the season' each in the seventh and eighth However. Fox came back after
}ne improvement .the purchase of public SOLUNAR TABLES to name their top-ranking pitch* passed with the wind-up of the was going for a frames for the victory. The All- being floored in the fifth and
Labor weekend and its
Day time
dropped Guedes twice in that
ers for the opening contests. Stars gathered two each in the
bio fishing sites and research June 22 against
to pick the candidates for baseballs the jear-George i
the Guedes
it is doubtful if he thinks they are According to the Solunar At St. Augustine )1 gr. Don "Oscars. went into the ninth washed out by ,, seventh and ninth after a one- round.flattened Again the in Philadelphian eighth but
tables calculated for this area Anderson planned to call upon tagged. run splurge in the fourth.
very important in making his own of the "best was year and a sta Fox recovered and sent the Portu-
better. of the State, the best times I either Indian Jim Ketcher a 19- For some performance" Batsman of the of 36. Three Pirate hurlers held the
fishing any there is to the twice
'pF categories fighter canvas
for bunting lAnd fishing will 8 winner, or John Theobold 10- Walker, Phillies; All-Star batters in check with guese
"I will admit that difference of base- club-the Gi before Referee Jack Saurina
our conserva- be as follows with Major 14, to face the fourth place opinion among Red Sox. Walker i five hits while the victors were
tion department is to blame for I ball writers polled casually in recent dreary last in Pepped in to halt the fight.
for the
the best underdog
periods indicating Senators an popular because rapping out nine
this point of view. Until recently weeks but in others-like tab- comfortably in
time and MInor periods the I playoff series. no business being so .
I'illy most of our 'propaganda' as some next best hours: Mgr. Lou Bevil, who has won bing outstanding Ewell Blackwell pitcher of of the the Redsas year front in the National 'lub-the Farina Named Court Miss Mommy VictorIn
like to call it our magazine A.if. P.M.Day three of his last four outings since .348 in theiast
-there was a general agreement. for the cellar,
up articles, news releases, moving MIlL MaJ. Mm. Maj I taking a regular turn on the Senator -! Earlier. he was in and out of : Coach at Brooklyn Hawthorne Opener
All selections are subject to
hend pictures lectures by the staff, and Wed. 7:50 2:00 8:15: 2:20 I mound was expected to name Cards for CHICAGO ,TAP! Miss Mommy,
change without notice in the final depending on WHITEWATER, Wis. [API Ali
Williams gets
Thurs. 8:30 2.40 8:50 3:00 either himself or lanky Joe Jonesto I plate.
our personal contacts have : : two--ear-old filly carrying the
months of the season. i Farina. Whitewater College High
the other for
league i
|ier stressed the importance of raising Mayer Solunar period lasting ItS oppose the Saints. i colors of Mrs E. E Dale Shaeffer.
t* 2 hour In duration. ar. shown in Rookie of the year-Jackie Rob- rush I still going combination- I School Athletic Coach said yes
lir-ch and planting more fish and black typ. Minor (or second beat) Bevil has a 5-4 record for the : inson of the Dodgers,Frank Baum- brought him to .339 and Joe Gordon terday he had resigned to become won the $2400 Hawthorne Juvenile -
periods. shorter hours light tyoe.
while Jones has 13 wins Handicap yesterday the
enforcing the conservation laws. season I holtz of the Reds and Ferris Fain breaking tussle varsity basketball coach at Brook-
I onea The budget or the fish division. I against 14 defeats. of the Athletics. Robinson who llama shift and hitter-Ralph'lyn (N.Y. College and would feature race on the halfmUetrack's
since its inception has been largely made up of items for fish propagation -'' Mgr. Bill Steinecke of DeLand filled a first base weakness that from timid or a powerful, study for his doctor's degree at opening day of its 35-day
and for law enforcement. and this has been true to an even said he would use right-handed may have kept the Brooks out of smart-American a great future r Columbia University. Farina a meeting.
'ar greater degree in most other States. I''Hal Stewart against the second'' the World Series last year, is run- Manager of the I -Larry Jan- former Beloit College star. was Murlogg Farms Gee Whiz was
of "The Federal agencies" Dr. Westerman continues. "concerned place G-Men Stewart who has : ning in front. (Also could be because Harris, Yankees: I of 17 against !Tthe Army Air Corps during second and Hal Price Headley's
Juthln I! won 11 games against 13 defeats. the poll had a slight New worth. Braves: I the weekend. the war. Pennon was third.
with fish have also spent the majority of their funds for planting. _
has hurled at a .150 clip since joining I York flavor)I.Pitcher Dodgers. Harris. with
iis- No one can justly criticize such expenditures in the past because there : the Reds from Daytona Beach. of the jear-Black- changes took the
for had been relatively little attempt to find out how necessary such :, George Fultz. a 22-10 winner for well, Cincy's sidl'armblpp'r, kees of 46 to a .
in activities were. True, we. might be blamed for not devoting more effortto Gainesville this season is expected star in the inter-league game at games to the good
such fact finding. Many millions of dollars have been spent in the i I to draw Gainesville's opening assignment | first in the Majors to attain 20 race of '47.
I eld building and operating of hatcheries and rearing ponds in the stocking (,, although there was a i victories, was an all-star-all I ceded to get the I
at of streams and lakes and in the enforcement of laws. Relativelylittle 1 I chance the loop's top hurler, Mgr. -- -- -- -- -
Ixasrge has-been budgeted for research to determine the need for such ;: Mynl Hoag. a 17-3 record-holder AdwT\
the chore. Baseball Player Dies Cubs Purchase
would take
over i
half expenditures and whether there were other ways to produce better ,
DeLand and Orlando will be I _
ech results. I I' Of Collision Injuries From
their fifth
making appearancein
!1 COLUMBUS Wis. (API) James : '
a post-season playoff while CHICAGO (API
vi- "In the last decade the findings of the fisheries Biologists, who : St. Augustine and Gainesvillewill I A. Flowle Jr., 21. of Phillips WIS.. Cubs yesterday 'IL uIPr

te have been given increasing support in their work in Michigan have I II be making their fourth. regular shortstop for the Wisconsin -i chase of Ralph -

rnId caused us to question the value of much of our past program and we I Bevil last night described his Rapids White Sox of the White Sox pitcher _
are now convinced that. changes in the policies and practices of the Senators as being "in pretty fair I Class D Wisconsin State Baseball : Shreveport Sports
In. fish division should be made. .I shape," and "in much better shape I League, died at St. Mary's Hospital League. Hamner. 31,
4ot that the money and energy spent by conscientious fish culturists to play winning baseball than they last night from injuries received record with '
Ira and conservation officers have been wasted. Fish culture has I,I were at the season's start. | in an automobile collision. port which acquired

go made real and lasting contributions to fishing in many places by I The Orlando skipper as usual I Flowie and four team mates White Sox last
renIke introducing and establishing desirable game species. According to the i was noncommittal over his team : were. admitted to St. Mary's following won two and lost
early settlers and explorers brook trout were not found in many chances. the accident which occurred Pale Hoe in 1946.

lower peninsula streams, and they did not appear there until after, "The boys have been playing earlier in the day on Hwy. 73
Yank Mentor
ago they were planted. The rainbow and the brown trout were fortunate well, very well, lately and I don't I near South Randolph while they
.ov- Introductions also in most of the waters where. they were stocked. The I, think they'll fall off now. But I: were Rapids en to route Milwaukee.from Wisconsin NEW YORK (API
ty, coach of the
widespread planting of bluegills bass perch and pikeperch [walleyes were going up against J some
t pretty good ball clubs. Don forget I The Chicago White Sox Farm zall Yankees who
1 has also resulted in establishing these !species in many lakes to I Club had ended >
that. They all finished aheadi its season in last season Friday night,
ut f which they were not originally native. i of us. but then in this game, place in the State League Monday hospital yesterday
-I- done. Few streams and lakes in Michigan are so remote that they I grinned. I probably will be
'ispV. have not been planted at least once with non-native fish which have I Meanwhile the official assignment The moose population of Wyom- to direct the
., become established if conditions were suitable to them. The evidenceto I of umpires for the series was f ing is estimated to be less than contest with the
rksa.bai be presented later leads' to the conclusion that stocking Is unnecessary I expected to be announced from I 3500. in the stadium.

uneconomical or even harmful if the species suited to j Pres. Syd Herlongs office this - -- '- -.-
the environment are already present. i morning. r''n r ::
Dr. Westerman's learned findings will be continued from time to The four teams will shift sites.,

time, as space permits. It is our suggestion that his ideas should be after tonight's games. St. Augus- I
out, very carefully studied and weighed, in Florida. before any extensive : tine appearing in Orlando and De-
Bundroper Land playing hosts to Gainesville.
(/ "fish improvement work is done in fresh water. :
(02 pro-Y. French

-ptn. Pilot Wins Wisconsin Champion

J h h st.a STYLES THAT :' Batting Title With .433 Returns to U.S.NEW 1'1I0II81Zn'G

so- FOND DU Win YORK [TAP Marcel Cer-
condrook dan. French holder of the Euro-
Jimmy Adlam of the Fond Du Lac 111
| LOOK STURDY Panthers yesterday was the Wisconsin pean middleweight championship,
Co.ths r State Baseball League batting arrived by plane from Paris yes- '
11u. champion with an unofficial terday with Mgr. Lucien Roupp. -. u
The swarthy pugilist who out-
_.AND mark of .433. highest ever recorded Tins. %.
pointed Abrams '
Georgie and
in the Class D circuit.
knocked out Harold Green in his
Adlam a 10-qear minor league only two U. S. appearances, recently -
veteran won the 1946 batting completed a series of 50
crown with a .375 figure. Previous exhibitions throughout France
I II II high mark in the league was 396 which drew tremendous crowds. I

I, by 1942.An Bill infielder.Deininger Adlam of Sheboygan led thE in I his Cerdan the handlers moment said said.his are fighting indefinite plansat He 1I"Iw

league most of the season finishing has received 22 offers to box in
with 116 hits in 268 times at various parts of the country. .
bat. He scored an even 100 runs. ,
Fond Du Lac, which finished seventh -
in the league race ended Clint Hartung Files jd

Monday, is a New York Yankee : Suit for Divorce
farm club.
HONDO Tex. TAP! Charging I
I I "cruel and harsh" treatment
I Shots Floor Golfers Clint Hartung rookie pitcher-out- : '
LONDON TAP! Several of Britain fielder for the New York Giants "'
's Ryder Cup golfers have has filed suit here for divorce
been put out of action tempor- from his wife of less than a year _
arily by the after effects of Louise
the former
compulsory Mrs. Mary Hut-
p One of WILSON'S most vaccinations for their trip ,, chins of Houston. The couple has :
to the United States. The British been separated since Feb. 13. a specially-built shoe designed and used by Boston
handsome styles-and as stur- team leaves on the Queen Maryon : The couple was married in coach for kicking points after touchdown Itis \\\L: -S1 U
Oct. 18 for the International Houston. Sept. 4. 1946. shortly be- '
dy as it Is handsome. Excel- soccer shoe. His ball-carrying days ended by
I '.l'4atch to be played in Portland j' fore Hartung went overseas while
the of Iwo Jima Dorr became a
lent' for school or play. Try Ore.. on Nov. 1 and 2. in the military service. in invasion ,
I -- specialist, converted ]19 times in 26 chances
a pair today. I

14th Air Force Host to Softball I II I'I't OUR BOARDING HOUSE

I Tourney! Opening MondayThe NOG6ETTORN160MDED V E'RE AS ABOUT?-X (

Bostonian. Jrs. first annual regional softball championships will ooT--m&DA.NJMC6REV4 qA EKCITEDDE80TANT&f'. VJASNCT SPECIMEN GOtD! FOR-W.S \ / I --'t':

S Riders open at Exposition Park Monday, Sept. 8, it was announced MONEY I XN I ROM
Sky yesterday by the 14th Air Force Headquarters, host and ROCKOR3USTAMOTHER. VJlTU A A COMMON (

Winthrop. Jrs. sponsor of :he tournament. i i ) LOOSE SARTER/ LI% IN6 IN %

Crack all-GI district champions from five States, including i rAANJDFUL IS IT GOLD? FORMS,SUCH I
Official Boy Scout I Tennessee Georgia, MisEisippi. "OP _
Shoe. Alabama and Florida will a'- -
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i I engage in the five-day single- [game Friday, Sept. 12, Gen Walton .. 1
elimination tourney. will award trophies to the re- .c t :
Sizes 3 6 at $5.95 $6.50
Miami and Tampa will be i gional champs, ninnersup and .c.

and represented Orlando by enters their top its teams best I the outstanding player of the t: ? -.-'; S S .--i: S
meet, who will be chosen by a ; -
three nines: 455th Base Unit
at [Hq]; 466th. Squadron A [Base committee authorities.C. .of three local Softball ____-------------j -' -

Unit], and 466th. Squadron M :
fMedicsj. L. Varner city recreation
There will be two games nightly superintendent, will conduct a
; and the lid-lifter will get under meeting at the Air Base next SINCE
1IJ way at 7:00 p.m. each evening. Monday at 1:00 p.m., In which
'l ) Orlando Air Base tourney pub- rules and regulations will be GAY NINETIES
!! licity Director, S/Sgt. Walter L. thoroughly discussed and team RED TOP BREWNG CO, CINCINNATI. OHIO
\ Wade said that a large squad of I managers will draw to deter- '
military policemen will police the mine their opponents and the i ilT.
16 N. Orange Ave. series and Brig. Gen. L. A. Wal- time they'll go into action.

ton. 14th Air Force commander The Southeastern championswill
San Juan Hotel Bid*. will throw out the first ball inMonday's ii DISTRIBUTOR
festivities. I in all probability represent CLE'- ;: ,, :111, t
15fl.w ";" pre-game I this sector in the National AAF LT) AIIOTI-tER \\' i'LUR i\
.naw; I At the conclusion of the final i' Tourney %<.EY= c- '-'..3,....,, ,-.
I No admission will be charged.


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& Ives Page 8 <1Jrlttnbl1 fflnruUtg Somttnrl Orlando, Florida, September 3, 1947 I! raen'i Union will Christian be held Friday Temperance at 3 I Couple Feted .

Parade Prize the First
I pjn at Wesley Hall of .

Closed for OutingDickson [ Three Win Trophies for Racing v.1 : from Methodist the world Church and .national. Reports conventions With Party;

& Ives department t will be given and a report -

store will be closed all day today Winners Listed L from the nominating committee WcdToday

while Its approximately 175 em- Triumphs in Sanford Contests I'm : ; .' will be heard All members -
of the group are urged to be Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Baldwin

ployes sojourn to Sanlando Zr: -;1! fi Or':n-"i M"rr "g Sen 'ie'l) I By MAYME HODGKIN fOur Own Staff Corre-oondent1 I present hosts at a dinner party at
Springs for the store's 25th annual SANFORD-Six hours of outboard motor racing Labor lore CCC) I I were

picnic. Fried chicken and the DAYTONA BEACH Prizewinners concluded Monday night when Jimmy Sowan, Mrs L. A. Blake will entertainthe 'the Orange Court Hotel during
in the horse division of Day was .LOiflWITH officers and chairmen of the the weekend honoring Miss Mar-
fixings are promised. For those John Pope and Bobby Redding of Sanford were presentedwith .
Orlando Day Nursery Assn., on
needing transportation. a bus will the Labor Day parade were announced tha Annette Edmunds of this city
trophies at the banquet at the Mayfair Inn by Sec. of Friday at 11 a.m. at her home.
leave from the store for Sanlandoat yesterday by Bert Gatch. JEAN YOTHERS and their son Ernest F Baldwin.
214 N. Brown St. Mrs. Blakeis
State R. Gray.
9 ajn. !: Judge. 1C;ub Editor] association. Miss Edmunds and Mr. Baldwinwill
of the
Awarded ribbons and trophieswere Some 150 boats were brought the Or- president
All wives of officers of '" '" '"
() () () be married today at 6 pjn
: Jim Clark. trophy for the here for the race on the St. Johns The WomenWomen t lando Police Dept., who are inter-
School RegistrationSlated best horse Dalton Smith. blue l'f e. The Pine Castle Women's Club at the Methodist Church of Ta-
: work
ested in auxiliary are re-
River off the Muinicipal Pier, and
will hold today
a sewing session
ribbon for the second best horse; vares.
for 8 questedto be present at 7 pan
Sept. Frank Marsh. a red ribbon for the 70 actually participated. for meeting the City Hall from 1 to 4 pjn in the Parish : With the nonor guests were Included -
!- -J I 'Jr '_ ". -" S-t, IP11) HaveQualifications a House of the Pine Castle Meth-
[ tc
q j third best horse. The racing results were released court room The purpose of the members of the family and
DAYTONA BEACH Father Jesse Lee Clark. trophy for the by the judges at the boat meeting is to elect officers and odist Church. '" '" ,the wedding party. Present were
Benedict. OSS. acting pastor of ', best pony: Joan Gejer, blue rib- club buildingon Lake .Monroe, I i directors for the auxiliary I 0 () () ;the bride-elect's parents Mr. and
st. Paul's Catholic Church while, bon for second best pony and Disabled American War Veterans Mrs. W. H. Edmunds of Tavares
Mrs. J. C. Stone is temporary
Father Mullally is vacationing, Sandra Heavley. a red ribbon for and the large purse was divided I Chapter No. 16 will hold asocial 'Miss Dorothy Edmunds and John
of the
said yesterday that registration for, the third best pony. among the following ,,winners: For chairman n o auxiliary.-> I I meeting today at 8 pm. at Edmunds of Tavares Mrs. G F.

st. Paul's school is to be held for best Midget hydroplane: 1st James Angling I Patriarchs the American Legion Home . Edmunds of Columbia. S. C.. Miss i
Betty Mapes. trophy Ladies Auxiliary
Sept. 8 between 9 and 9:30 am. A large class will be initiated '". Sally Alderman of Chattanooga,
cow girl and horse: Marie McLouk. Telford, Lake Alfred; 2d. Guy Fer- B> RUTH MILLETT :Militant Canton No 2 will meet Refreshments will be served following -
The faculty is scheduled to arrive Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Gordon -
Sept. 6, he said and will be blue ribbon for second, same class: lita Orlando: 3d Harold Fuller, "Don't underrate women's skill today at 8 p.m at the Fraternal the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gor- ,
red ribbon same '
the same as last year. Ruth Rippy. Tampa; second race. 1st. Harold in angling," cautions Paul Fair- Bldg. don and Mr. and Mrs. Russell
class. I C") C"> C.> Birth Announcements
-- --- : Dennie Mcbonald. trophy for Fuller, Tampa, 2d, Guy Ferlita. leigh who writes the Gun and : Dickson of Orlando.
Mrs. Robert T. Van Tassell will
IF VITAMINS best cowboY and pony Jack Whit- Orlando, 3d, Marty Howard, Tampa Reel column for the Memphis be hostess to the Annie Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. Stripling ,

DON'T BUCK YOU UPtry ing. blue ribbon for second and 4th J. C. Cox. Lake Alfred. Press-Scimitar. I Chapter of the United Daughtersof Jr. are announcing the arrival ofa Dial 2.3748
third. son, Earl L. Stripling 3d born
Ted Merrill. red ribbon. Class C hydroplane: 1st J. D. :Mr. Fairleigh goes on to remindhis the Confederacy today at 3 .
NUXA TED IRON Mrs. Fred Kerst and Mrs.Vil- Tuesday. July 2. at the Orange
'Lamon, Ft. Lauderdale; 2d H. male leaders that when *cmen p.m. at her home, 409 Magnolia Memorial Hospital O'rundO'I
WVB root doctot itrct pos a mettlcUM and KJKMB liams blue ribbon for best pairof Ave.
*.I Ift.Ia.d.i hlp Ton b*trtx: aootlwr fauek atOxaaf.? .liktf try*- matched horses: Sue and Sanderson, Ft. Lauderdale; 3d, "get an interest in fishing theygo 000 Mr. and Mrs. G. O DuBois of j

Nl-XATED IKO> to kelp tralM man full rut Mickey Chapman red ribbon for Jim Donovan, Jacksonville; 4th into the sport wholeheartedly.They Seminole Encampment No. 13, Winter Park are the parents ofa
color IB roar Mood rat roll td blood: hrip n> nM '
t r l hot: vaadnfiil. Urk to MTXATEU second. Jack Flemming. Bradenton. have:' he maintains, "fish- Independent Order of Odd Fellowsof daughter born Saturday. Aug. :
....... L : CeffM Maker Pmiur Coo her*
DiOS ts. 'ow .bIle. GI. Svt4. fair 30. at the Orange Memorial Hospital -
Bu& tIIIIl at clJncled .. th 4bsLI The trophies will be presentedthe Florida Family, 1st race: 1st, ing: patience that is often lackingin Orlando will confer the third Silts Cory .Universal .Pmt ,
Mrs DuBois the former
they is Electric Rang*!
winners just as soon as
the male angler" the class of candi-
degree on six Soaet Heaters
are received from the engravers, J. C. Wycoff Miami; 2d Johnny Come to think of It.hy MOVING (INTO SCHOOL dates from Orlando and other Beverly Wyckoff of Winter Park. Medium $._ MarionEiectromaiter

TOYLANDI Gatch said. Ferlita. Tampa 3d, Jack Whitt, shouldn't women prove to be skillful WARDROBES lodges today at 8 pjn. at their ; Washing Apt. HOUM Machine Travel Iron Regular
; Yalaha; 4th. Horace Cobb Eagle and patient anglers? lodge hall on S. Orange Ave. Oklahoma plans to compete >
vacated by the late Sloppy with California and Florida for the
705N. Blue Lipstick Lake; 5th, unknown: 6th. J. D. They should know a lot about ices Emory S. Tracy chief patriarch Winter tourist trade. A State official CONTRACTORS
Orange are swashbuckling sports
For Gray Days Ellis Miami. Second race; 1st. the art of angling-the deception, requests all Odd Fellows to attend says Oklahoma's climate and Lighting Future
togs like the eye-riveting out I. Mason
patience and strategy needed to Harry degree master -
Johnny Ferlita 2d. Charles Jones. lakes should attract thousands of
Ever thought of keying the Miami; 3d Jack Whitt: 4th Ju- hook and land a catch. fit above This attire combines asks that all members of the "low budget" Winter vacationists.SCHOOL s. Mills St. Coloniallowlsticking

$ colors of jour make-up and die Marall, Winter Haven: 5th, Angling for men should also multiple-striped jersey over- degree team."be present. -- -- -- -- -

!i clothes to the weather? You'll get Speed Curry, Miami; 6th, Horace have taught them tne importance blouse, matching stocking cap - -
There will be a class You Can
of the right kind of bait for
effects if do. Cobb. using
more flattering you with shopping tassle and
E and F Service, first heat: 1st the right kind of fish. a a Be Prosperous today at 8 p.m. at
a lighting engineer told me recently slim brown wool skirt. the Unity Church. ;
Jack Wycoff; 2d Charlie Jones; For thousands of years women jersey LUNOHESEnergy'
c> o r>
3d. Johnny Ferlita; 4th. E. M. have been sizing men up. and offering j .
t.101&oia SQT On a rainy or cloudy day, for Irvin Miami; 5th. J, D. Ellis. the lure best calculated to Lucerne Rebrkah Lodge No. 36
example. make-up shades with Second heat: 1st. Jack Wycoff: Interest and intrigue a particular Plum, Orange Conserve will hold its regular meeting tomorrow -
Tuzs at 8 p.m. at the Fraternal
2d. Johnny Ferlita 3d, Charlie man.
blue undertones will appear bril- ; To serve with duck chicken or
.I| Jones; 4th. J. D. Ellis. Proper Bait Selection Iamb make this clear plum-color I Bldg. r> r> ri That's what -

C Service: first heat: Jim Dono- The home-loving type is lured conserve. i '
Regular meeting of the Wo- your growing boy and girl .
van. Jacksonville; 2d. J. C. Wy- by home-cooked meals and the Plum and Orange Conserve <
coff: 3d, James Whitt; 4th. Char- subtle suggestion that here at lastis (Makes about 8 half-pint jars or : are using up fast when they f-a ;
lie Jones; 5th. John Stanford. an old-fashioned girl who
wants 10 6-ounce classes]
study run and play at '
Lake Alfred. Second heat: 1st, nothing better in life than the Open! Monday EveningsWARREN'S C \

J. C. Wycoff; 2d. James Whitt: 3d, chance to make a good home fora One-half cup 12 1-2 ounces] school And they need j
Speed CUrry: 4th, Charlie Jones; man. seedless raisins.. 2 oranges 8 cups
13 1-2 pounds] prepared plums. 6 plentr of good food to replace !
,5th.. Jim Donovan; 6th, John ;
I girl who is making a play
cups ((2 pounds. 10 ounces] sugar,
Stanford. ,, for the that energy and provide i
out-of-doors man can, 1-2 teaspoon salt. 1-2 cup coarsely Winter Park Phone 68
: !!1: overnight, develop an interest in chopped nut meats 4 cups water. a generous margin to I Ibuild

any sport. And so on.There's Cover with hot water. \ '
DELRICH liant and rich. On the other raisins bone and muscle. See
tawny reds yellows, oranges and one other reason why Let stand about 15 minutes. Drain. OPEN STOCK ,
I ; fishing should appeal to women. Scrub oranges. cut into eighths, that they get it!
beiges will be robbed of some of They get a kick out of landing not remove seeds and all coarse membrane DINNER WARE

their vibrancy. i only the right man. but the small Cut. crosswise in slices not 32 pieces-Service for I f fMI

Reason for this explained the fry they throw back, as well. more than 1-8 inch thick. Place $7.85

E-Z COLOR P4KMARGARINE engineer is that short blue rays orange and water in large pre- THE CHINA MART
: serving kettle. Bring to a boil and
of the of invisilble light Bride-Elect
spectrum [ simmer, cohered 20 minutes Wash 111-411 N. Orange Ave. Tel. 2.ZU4 LK I
can wriggle through the layers of about 4 pounds firm ripe plums. .
moisture while the longer red Remote pits. cut in slices not more

rays of the spectrum are aDsorbed Complimented than 1-3-inch thick, and weigh or ABCDIAPER
I measure. Add to orange. Bring toa (e"Is i
by the droplets in the clouds of SERVICENew
Mrs. W O. Lauterburg entertained boil and simmer 10 minutes Nature's nearest: -

water. So your rainy day make- :, with a bridge party in the longer. or until orange peel is very Accounts and Future complete food easily j

up kit should include a lipstick lounge of the Florida Power Corp. tender and most of the water has Reservations Are Solicited digested and universally "

rc u D* S with a bluish cast. 'in Winter Park last week honoring evaporated. Add sugar and salt. Telephone1177 '
Mix well. Cook slowly until mix- ORLANDO WINTER PARa liked. It Is delivered "
Bright sun Is the spotlight that Miss Faye Thompson, whose ture boils, stirring only until sugaris complete '. '

plays up tawny hues. But sunlightwill !;engagement to Dr. Baine Bibbs dissolved. Boll rapidly about 15 fresh pure and ready I Ito

l I tinge blue-toned colors witha Ashley of Apopka was announced minutes. or until fruits are clear GOT A BOIL ? eat a quart fur- -
yellowish cast. For this reason ::here two weeks ago. and desired consistency is 1
: PtC" an orange-red lipstick may be I With the bride-elect were included reached stirring frequently. Add APPLY nishes about 650 calorie .
more flattering on a sunny day ( raisins and nuts. Bring to a boil. SOOTHINGGET i
than. sayS your fuchsia shades.ANNOUNCING the Mmes. O. 0 .DuBois, Skim. Pour into clean, hot, ster- -

Richard Salter 3d, Guy Ellis; Jr.. ilized jars or glasses and seal at -
.Ervin Walker of Winter Garden .5square i

and Holmes Sother. and the once.You can use overripe peaches in ;

WE FIT ALL SHAPE :Misses Betty Jones Donna Ontko this recipe. It's the consistency of A TUBE NOW AT YOUR DRUGGIST6TOO
I and Lois Newark. butter and not too sweet. Makes more room to I
I WATCH CRYSTALS I Medley Conserve ........,.... --. Four refrigerator when ,.-, -
I I HOLE SERVICE ObituariesMR. stored la the spacct ,- I
BLOCK'S JEWELRY [Makes 11_to 12 6-ounce classes] .vine. eU1.to-hand1. : 1
ig w. Church St. GEORGE C. BORKDELAND.Funeral FAT?
j I Fourteen yellow peaches. pared, and bard.to.break f
EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING services for 8 red plums, pared, 1 pound white bott*. -. f-
I .
rs? George L. Bork 19, who suc- grapes, stemmed 1 small can diced Get SLIMMER this _( 1 1i
cum >d Monday following heart it '
pineapple. 1 large orange. 2 cups vitamin candy i
Florence Welcome jam to attack at his home in Orange City, chopped Brazil nuts sugar -
will be held 10:30 "hl-i Have a more lender
Wednesday at
Cut peaches and plums into 'rracehil figureNoe r-
a.m. at the graveside in Oakdale small pieces, halve grapes drain cia.Dr. No laiatirc*. Ne
SHOPHair Cemetery. The Rev. Grady Snow- 0, drug With the Him-A YDSVitammCandjr
Juice from canned pineapple and Reducing Flan
Shaping FREE with den will officiate. slice orange. Mix the fruit and thv you don t cut out any meal, DAIRIES
Permanent. The retired steel mill foremanis starches: potatoc, meats orbatter. DATSON
measure. Allow 3-4 cup sugar to them down.It'.ea-*.*
Ask about Facial Demonstration .TOO simply cot
survived by his wife, Lois; one
each of fruit Mix and delicious vitamin fortified
tt i. ORANGE AVE. PH. mi cup sugar when you enjoy
son, G. L.. and two sisters, Mrs. fruit in large kettle and cook over AY DScwidy before meals.Absaiutelybarmles .
Cil Jones and Mrs. A. E. Hubbard. a low fire stirring constantly until J.doJOlcal _.msd..t eel by-dtclli dsfl5. I .
I both of Buffalo. N. Y., birthplace 15.5 &00---
RUSSEL WRIGHTCasual the sugar is dissolved. Cook 30 to -s-sf.10.__ snl AYDSV-
: of Mr. Bork. dOlOna 1'Iaa.
China 40 minutes, until syrup is thick. Candy I 148 W. South Phone 9835
R1srm.S2 25 Tnpie..J550. You it1"
Stir in Brazil nuts and boil 1 min-
Open StOckHHllwt I MR. EDWARD BAKER _Very fint box or wooer back. Call 9- I
; ute. Pour into clean, hot jars and
; seal I MCELROY'S
Baker 77, died Monday at a l I -immediately--- -i n____ ____ _
I nursing home in DeLand wherehe
IllS E. Colonial Drive I had been a patient since last

AI II Wednesday.He was .born Dec. 12. 1870 in "Co.-

I Butler. Pa.. and came here about NEW dish
I 25 years ago. making his home at VE [ washingPeetSUDS

the beach. His only survivor is a I lgat8.H1lrnoli\'e-

DIAPER SERVICE I half port brother.Pa.Funeral. Harry Baker Frees- '

fur fl_rv.tiefoacII.... Oallwy arrangements will be'

I HONE 2-33S7 announced by Settle Funeral \ time in half I II

I ifr..............._. :II Home MR.later WILLIAM C. TAFT II saves time, s'

: : .
KISSIMMEE Mr. William rk I After washing dishes just rinse. Even glassware

j 1 Comstock Taft. '76, died here Mon- ana WO 8 A'1,5ftt5 dries sparkling clear without time-wasting mpingVI !
day. Mr. Taft had been a resident -
,, here for 30 years, and was a native '" Vel leaves no soap scum or streaky film to polish ;!

of Brooklyn. N. Y. He was a :, //as6Wa away. Pots and pans get clean so much quicker
retired architect and contractor.He ,
9 because Vel faster
.LLna removes grease ,more completely
is survived by four sisters '
: p Mrs. Emeline Levine of Brooklyn I 7Z' ( :? ""' than soap.

S..- .. ,. Mrs. John A. Campbell of White I j\ gleia Vel leaves no dishpan ring to scrub out.Vel cleans ;
I' 'f ii'
: -- Plains. N. Y. Mrs. Federick W. I ;
.... .intf11.- dishes cleaner than saves to half ::1
). "j : Banta and Mrs. John Coble. both: t soap; up your
:. of of Kissimmee. and one brother. :' dishwashing time! :&

: INNERSPRINGMATTRESSES Harry S. Taft of Brooklyn. i .J

: FIRST PINCH CAPSULE within UD KAC. In 2 minutea orMM : : Funeral services will be held : 'c ', 'I Stockings stay (lonelier.sheerer-looting 1 1"ji
at the
at 2:30: Wednesday
bag until color flows. No I p.m. -
J is completely ; "- -
: mixing bowL No muss. colored.No streak : :, BOX SPRINGS Grtssom E. Jenkins Chapel officiating.with the Interment Rev. .1.1 i \ / M! ;:: ,-f- \ Vel suds keep stockings sheerer-1ookngI ,

:, : HOLLYWOOD BEDS ,: i will be in Rose Hillcemetery.4atwePf j I \ :I :=::k \ lovelier longer! than even finest soap flakes i

: MANUrACTURrD TO YOWl I -i can. Unlike soap Vel leaves no scum or film .

,I I INDIVIDUAL ORDER :' to thread
: AT FACTORY PRICES the (( Stockings rinse clear;

0 llattrtu RcBotaUnc A ll eclaIt7.a ::1! stay sheer. Vel
: .ber. la Central florid WATCHcan't 'I

I -Ckll V. To4ar away with soap.fad
: LEAVE DELKICH IN BAG. No SUCE AS NEEDED. Makes : : .!'tlp Better ToBlfbr ing. It's easier than

mold needed. Just reshape neat fix- even finest
serving* No wjute. : ECHOLS BEDDING CO. :, soap flakes :
: in carton.Then chill. And it's simply delicious! : ,
: : ). laaford tt'Wr J.it l..t. <* on many delicate
,: the UadtrpaiaPkoe ,,
: \ Freshness Is Winter Park U-W .ss w C m II tile.,.........tile
Sealed In : r. O. Boa 1ST. OrUBd. 11&. C---.
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: Only in Delrich is freshness sealed in-thanks to .:

:: airtight E-Z Color Pak. Just taste its better flavor : Growing In Popularity Every Day .

: and fresh-made goodness. Cannot absorb outside :

: odors. Moreover. Delrich is made especially for the THE LONGWOOD HOTEL wrOISIiiS.SOfKINGS
: table. So MarVElous .flLJ
flavor-perfect nothing need be added. Jut Off Rogtt 17-92

: And watch your family tease to color c14iBIt : I Midway Between Sanford and Orlando! '

: DeIrich in the new E-Z Color Pak So """"f .'. F- I Serving Doily from 5 t. 9 Cool \ WOfJlHS-! iiw Milder to Hands than Soap

: easy a child can do iU! Daily DELIGHTFUL DINNERS UNGSQE. .
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I Betty Brotchie Weds Miss\ Pearson I Orlando, Florida, September 3, 1947 (Drlanba morning Sornttntl Page 9 I

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James Lawrence 111-.. le'V., -Jr. I Becomes BrideAt Perry Cameron High Winner Wheatons Ii I I r Series of Parties Honor r I

(Special$ to Orlando Moming Sentinel!] Jacksonville and Sanford schools .

SANFORD Florida -Interest A Wedding of Central -I I Military and graduated Academy.from He served Sewanee two Sanford In Sanford Racing Events i Entertain Aliss Brotchie at Sanford

was held at
l Loe_ : Or
a to 'onoc t-\c.r19 Se.tnel]
years in the Air
the Holy Cross Episcopal Church later attended Army Alabama Corps Polytechnic and SANFORD-Before the altar r-"'= :I ';; <0r'--10 V- "' "g Sc-1 *!1 Visitors [SPE':.,jJ! '0 ':r'-rJO' :: ", "'r'" 'g se.i," j ; Miss Shirley South entertainedFriday I
Saturday when Miss Betty Jack Institute.Mr. of the First Christian Church SANFORD-Perry Cameron finished highest winnerin ,! SANFORD series of beauti- with a bridesmaids' lunch-
arranged -
Brotchie, daughter of Mr and I I and Mrs. Broome and :Mr. in white the Labor Day horse races given in Ft. Mellon Park by MRS. L A. CUESSAZict. ful parties hare been given over' eon at the Mayfair Inn. Miss

Mrs. George Earl I Broome became : and Mrs. Ingley in the receptionline gladiolas. fern the Dusty Boots Riding Club reported to be the largest l .-':-al to Cr:rdo 'cm.ng Sen'ne! the past several days honoring Smith's gift to the honor guest
the bride and palms and with cathe-
of lighted bride-elect Miss Jackie
James Law- with the bridal couple ST. CLOUD-Mr. and Mrs Brotchie.'
received of
rence Ingley Jr., son of Mr. and I guests at the MaYfair Inn dral tapers in candelabra Miss assembly horses ever gathered here. Howard Brooks and children of attractive and popular young was crystal of her chosen pattern,

Mrs. James Lawrence Ingley in following the wedding. Marian Pearson, daughter of Mr. Purse for the day,.\'a'er $600, which was divided Cleveland were guests of Mr. and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl, and Miss Brotchir presented the
a ceremony performed by Fr. Mrs. I. E. Balten served the and Mrs. Oscar T. Pearson of oeiween tne BJ riders participate. --- -- Mrs. Herb Wheaton Broome, who became the bride of bridesmaids with silver earrings.
Mark T. Carpenter. 'wedding cake. Mrs. Jack Brotchie Sanford. became the bride of ing though more than 100 horses '! Father Barry has returned to resume James Lawrence Ingley Saturday.Mrs. Entertaining
The bride approached the altar presided at the punch bowl assisted Clyde E. Cummings of Logan were on hand for the occasion. i, Bond Cashing his pastorate in KLssimmee : Lee Moore and her mother I Thursday was
beautifully arranged with white ; by Mrs. Jack MacDonald. Kan.. son of Mr. and Mrs. A. G Mrs. Herman Harriett secretary | and St. Cloud after a visit to IrE- Mrs M. S. Wiggins entertainedwith Miss Mary Perkins at the home of

asters gladiolas .against a back- I and Miss Marty Perkins was in Cummings Sunday. reported. i Runs a rehearsal party Friday at, her parent:. Mr. and Mrs. B. L.
-ground of palms and greens and charge of the bride's book. Others The bride given in marriageby The elimination races Here HeavyAt land.Miss MaTT Henry is home from their Magnolia Ave home. The i Perkins. Bndge was played and
lighted with brass branched can- assisting were the Mmes. Clarence her father. was clad in a street the largest there being 10 win- Pittsburgh. guests were served with a buffet, high score was awarded Mrs. Lee
delabra, with her brother. Doug- Powell. Al F. Hunt. J. C. Mitchell. length dress of pale blue woolwith liens of the ten races for first I Sanford Mrs. K. R. Nocolaus and son dinner amid a setting of white Moore and screeno went to Mrs. J.
las Brotchie. who gave her in Lee Moore. the Misses Shirley low waistline and a bow at place including) Dottie Ann Karl Jr. of Lakewood. Ohio are gladioli and candle light. Mrs. W. L. Ingley The hostess presented

marriage.Mrs. Smith. Jean Windram Camillei the back and a flower hat of blue \\hitner. Edward Cameron. C. I IM _' .. ".-,.. guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. A. Leffler a.ssistl'd.FIring Miss Bro hie with several pieces
['Of' ::; Se'" r'@fl
P. H Fuller organist offered i Batten, Mildred Robson. Jean and pink She carried a white : North :M C. Coleman Herbert to 1<1 Depew. I of silver of her pattern.
the nuptial music. Harper, Martha Brown and Jackie prayer book with white orchid Douglas. Jean Reiter, I SANFORD-The Sanford Atlan- Mrs. J. E S. Phillips is home Guests attending the parties
The brides gown was of white I MacDonald from which hung a shower of rib- George Jacobs Perry Cameron, I tic National Bank and the Florida, from New York. Club were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Broome,
slipper satin with high bons with tuberose tips The Rev. State Bank ran neck and neck Mrs. J. L. Ingley Mrs Ned Smith.
neck and After their wedding trip to Day- Carl Rabun and J. R. Arnold. | Mrs. Dwight Elliott is back from
deep yoke of white marquisette tona Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Ingley William P. Yesley performed the i yesterday to handle cashing South Carolina. Mrs\ Lee Moore Miss Jean Win-
Winners for final
edged with a scalloped band. The will make their ceremony. races were: bonds. which for both dram of Leesburg. Miss Betty Rid-
home with his
: I Mrs. J. J. Johnston and daughter Enjoys
first Jaunt
place: Perry Cameron. 1st. banks totaled 7833332.
sleeves pointed over the hand and i parents until they go to Auburn, Mrs. James Rowland Jr. actedas i die of Palatka. Mr. Ingley, the
Marilyn home from Minnesota
Herbert Douglas. :d. and C. M. of two are -
This took the full time
he matron of honor and Mr. Row-
gown the dropped Ala.here he will resume his studies rc Rev. and Mrs. Mark T. Carpenter
North. 3d: second place: Louise clerks in each bank to keep moving :* c'1:: <' Vrg :r" "!
waistline and full skirt which I land as best man. Mrs. Harris :Mr. and Mrs Jack Brotchie Nep-
Folds vocal solos' Douglas. 1st. Fred Roberts :2d! the long lines formed immediatelY Mr. and Mrs. E. W Becker have SANFORD-The Central Florida -
lengthened into a train. Her bouquet -, Out-of-town guests were Mr. gave accompanIed tune Beach; Miss Katherine Wiggins -
and Earnest Roberts. 3d third returned here to reside Flying Club enjoyed its third
was bridal roses and white and Mrs. Paul Obernoltzer Mr Mrs. J. H. Clause. and Mrs. : after opening.The Douglas Brotchie William
.orchids. I, and Mrs. Herbert Ingley. Mr. and W C. Tyson played the nuptial place: Waldo Corson. 1st, Edward Sanford Atlantic Bank breakfast! flight and swim party Anderson Keith McDonald of Birmingham -

Miss Shirley Smith in bronze II.Mrs.. M. B. Baker. Mr. and Mrs.J. musIc. Yarborough 2d. and J. R handled 166 bonds for $38- Faculty Meet Marks ville-Cocoa Sunday. as guests of the Titus- Dyke McColloch\ ,
;taffeta. off shoulder neckline \v. Hall Jr., Mrs. Dolly Hester Mrs. Cummings is a graduate of Ellis 3d.Winners. 432.63, and the Florida State River School Municipal of: Airport Indian Huntsville. Ala., Jack Seav. Louis-
:uffed sleeves and Seminole High School and has attended of for other 165 bond for Opening School Aeronautics
full bustle skirt, Mrs. Ethel Mantey. Miss Isabelle top place Bank handled ville Ky.. Leo Butner Charles
:was maid 9f honor. The bride- I Mantey all of Orlando: Mr. and the Kansas State Collegefor races were: Quarter horse 1st M. 3991069. 1 ., .... .. _' "" "i 1 and both Chambers cities. of Commerce of Park. Miss Jane Thigpen. Miss
:maids were Mrs. Lee Moore of Mrs. C. O LIttle Mr and Mrs.H. two years. Mr. Cummings was C. Coleman :2d! Charlie :Moore Though these lines continued I 'NES iYnN 'BEACIThe Nancy Collum, Miss Marina
Gainesville and Miss Jean Wind- O Hallenback Mr. and Mrs. graduated from Logan High and 3d. Ormond Simons Tourna- throughout the early banking yt' r's school work, began for local Nine plane: made the flight Brown.
ram of Leesburg. Cone Revels, Mrs. G. MacDonough school. spent one year in the ment race which earned the hIgh- hours. by noon they had thinned teachers at 9 ajn. yesterday accompanied by one glider the
William Anderson of Birming I and Miss Margaret MacDonough South Pacific with the Navy. andis est prize of all which was $50. down to a number which could be : with a faculty meeting at the first to enter the breakfast flights Athletic Slates
.ham served Mr. Ingley as best ''of Jacksonville; Miss Betty Riddle studying engineering at the was won byV.. G Kilbee with cared for as they entered. i Live Oak St. School Bldg.. with Members of the club organizedhere Group
,,man and his fraternity brothers, Palatka. Kansas State College. Giles Chapman and Junior Veino | H. A. Schubiger, supervisor principal by the officials and studentsof I Election Tomorrow
Keith McDonald. Birmingham. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brotchie Following the wedding receptIon taking 2d and 3d places. Flag in charge the Sanford School of Aviation -
:Ala. was held at the Rowland New Smyrna OES Gets 1 who participated were: Wal- : :.<' ..I; to > ,-'- :,' *.1. -q Se.re'1. )
Dyke McCulloch. Huntsville Neptune Beach: Mr. and Mrs. race: Rusty DeWitt. 1st: Herbert I Teachers will be on duty from
'Ala. and Orin D. Landless Sanford Cljde: E. hilton Tampa; Jack home. Cowart and C. C. LeFila. second Sanford Invitation !19 a.m. to 3 p m each of the regular ly Krohne Jr.. Hawkins Connelly.Ted NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Offi-
served as ushers as did Leo Seay. Louisville. Ky.; Miss The bride's table was centered and third. Girls race: Louise five school days. Monday Jackson. Emil Arnberg Kenneth : ceis and members of the New
Butner of Sanford. Blanche Roseanquet and Joe with a three-tiered embossed Douglas. Jean Reiter and Pat -... '.) Cr ,) it) "" _rr "g "..P- rvil' through Friday and Sept. 10 the Seth. Bill Stephens Ben- Smyrna Beach Athletic Assn. will
wedding cake. topped with miniature NEW SMYRNA BEACH Members jamin Gums, Buz Southward. meet at 7:30 to
Mrs. Ingley attended schools in Knowles Leesburg: Mrs. D. EMcGregor a student's school year will begin. pjn. tomorrow
bride and bridegroom. On Gehr.The of the local Eastern Star Charles Eaker Roy H. Browning. elect officers for the ,
Central Florida and Florida State !!: Macon. Ga., and Jack committee which : Classes are scheduled from 8:30: coming year
one end was a rectangular floral arranged Chapter are invited to attend the Mack Tindale Bob Caruthers. and to discuss association rules
:jUniversity. Mr. Ingley attended Seay. Louisville Ky. the included SheriffP. ..m. to 2:59: p.m., with a morning -
garden of pink rosebuds and tuberoses program Seminole Chapter meeting Sept. 8, activity prior from 10:16: to Steve Bennis. Phil Giamberdine and regulations Pres W. T. F.
\ :Mero County Comr. J. F.
around a miniature bride at Sanford. There will be a ban- : 10:56, and a noon period from Robert Huff. Girard Croxton Bill Warren said yesterday.
: and bridegroom, and the other :McClelland County Comr. W. at 6:30 at the Arenberg Guy Storer and Jim
on quet p.m. MayfairInn 12:41 to 1:16: Persons interested in playing
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Johnson end bowl. G Ki I bee, Charles Beck Carl : pig __ Theodore
was a crystal punch which will be followed: by an I softball. and in sponsoring softball
I I Presided over by Mrs. Cliff In- Rabun Ed Cameron, D. L. llrn- 8 p.m. meeting Reservations I Mrs. Theo Jernigan Associate The glider was piloted by Guy : teams are invited to attend theI
gram. Miss Betty Sasser was in dricks and :Mrs. Herman lIar- should be made by Sept. 4, with Matron of the local chapter. Storer. towed by Steve Bennis I meeting. Warren said.
Have Visitors Sanford riett : ---- ,
: at charge of the bride's book. --- --- -- -
The couple left for Daytona Judges were Sheriff Mero Cameron I

J By MAYME HODGKIN I here .ith Mr. and Mrs. Robeit Beach for a few days before go- Hendncks and Henry Lee -

[Speciol I to Or ::rJl '.lrn-'g\ : Sen.ro'l; : Williams and Mr. and Mrs. W. H ing to Kansas where he will continue with George Pittard at the speaker --4

SANFORD M E. Johnson. Stewart his studies.Tourist McClelland awarding prizes, --i-- I
'Miss Charis Johnson and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. II M. Rumbley Jr. Beck as field manager and as recorders

:Mrs. Raymond Lubeck from Ami- { announce the birth of twin sons. Information Mrs Harriett. Mrs. A. L. ,: (9. '

:don. N. D.. are guests here at the I Peter William and Paul George. Bankes. Mrs. Ed Cameron and ,
:W H. Stewart home of the form- I Aug. 29 at the Fernald-Laughton Miss Catherine Rivers. 'AJAX'
er's son and dauahter-in-law Mr. Memorial HosPital. Center Dedication HERE

land. Mrs. Larry Johnson. I Mrs. P S. Vernay is in Little
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Johnson will Switzerland. N. C. Held at Sanford Pepper Seeks

a move next week to their.new homeon Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Nelson and ..
I' LSD: :1: ta Or,-'"j o K. "T "g j err netl
the old Orlando Rd. children who have been visiting
SANFORD-A huge crowd of DeLand Port
Dr. T. A. Neal of Orlando for- here with Mrs. Nelson's parents, .visitors and citizens witnessed the
mer resident. was a dinner guest I Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Hickson. left dedication of the Junior Chamberof
:Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. i| Monday for Miami. Commerce tourist information Assets Freezer !

: itts. i I Arriving Monday from St. Paul booth on the shore of Lake Mon-
Miss Alice Flansburg and Miss Minn. were Miss Ida Mae Zaspel roe Labor Day afternoon by r', ': o."r'-r'g5enrnelJ!) New Miracle Cleanser with ExclusiveZFOAMINGAC11ON"
'Bess Flansburg of Jacksonville left and Don Zaspel who will be guests George Touhy. DELAND-Sen. Pepper yester- I

yesterday for Jacksonville after I of Mrs. W. H. Reitz and her He praised the unceasing hard I day took time out from a brief ,
:.visiting here with their brother- i daughter Miss Margaret Reitz. work of the JayCees in finally visit at the home of M. S. Mc-
:iln-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. Muse Womack and son completing and putting into serv- Gregor here to telephone the War ,

:W. B. Zackry. I Henry of Ocala. formerly of San- ice this building with fan-plate Assets Administration in Jacksonville I
: Mr. and Mrs. William B. Zachryof ford. were here Tuesday. glass window, public rest rooms. to freeze the personal I

: Louisville. Ky. announce the I Capt. E. P. Loucks has returned free ice water and in season orange property at the airport pending ,
birth of a daughter, Judith Ann. from vacationing in New Found- :: juice and crisp celery for final acquistition by the city. i
JThursday. Mrs. Zachry is the land and other northern points. ,: the weary traveler and the visit I lie reported to City and CofC ,

'.former Marguerite Ingley, daughter and his mother Mrs. G. I. Loucks, ing tourist. officials at whose request he i i ;
tif Mr. and Mrs J. L. Ingley. I has returned from New Port' Touhy also praised the City of had made the rail that the i iI ;
Mrs. Robert W. Stewart and Richie. Sanford for providing the site I i \\'A\ had Indicated that the order f:

children Monnie. BobbY. and Mrs. Ruth Scott returned aftera would be Klven.I I
!tha of St. Petersburg are \acation Volush; County I Acting City Mgr George Rat-
said the included -
Mat-I Mrs. R, M. Brown, guest of Mr. property
I I Instruments Filed beds lockers, desks and other ti
i and Mrs .Raymond Lundquist '
PIANO LESSONS here has gone to California to Frank H. Montgomery! ct ax and Walde- equipment.

: at the Home or Studio : join her husband, Lt. R. M. Brown, et mar ux Lehman and Mary et ux Hartrove to Herman tS wd.PrE U.s. Na-y! J. O Cade et nx to Albert Adams et ox SKIN TROUBLES ; ? '
Mr. and Mrs. Wallie Dietnchs
Now! Kitchen and
L. J. Howard et us to Or L. N. Turk.
:. Member of I spept the Labor Day holidays at. wd $10. Are you tormented with itching .r' eczema \
Fla. State Mu ic Teachers Asss.mone Daytona Beach with Mr. and Mrs. : Fred Bluhm et ux to Paul R. Lilies et psoriasis rashes athlete foot, row** I I .
hands and face, eruptions, rectal itcnmv
: Winter Park 747'W x wd *10
tier i;Jt F.M. W E. Dodson. ;i Ann O D. Yeum et sir to Sidney' L. or other externally caused kin trutoi r LL I 1'R
Paine et ux -d SlOJ For .u>ck .I;" -< vood rMult* in* : Bathroom Surfaces Come ,
L. Cracralt ct ux to Lester E Story VICTORY OINTMENT. Developed for theteoys
in the now atteNd t. toe
Wright AppointedTo et ux vd (10 army ,
Ada V. MilUroo to Joseph w. Harold ctDX folk bach hem Whit. r a *l* antiSeptic I r
wd $10.aeuiune ; contains; lanolin. Safe for babies or : __ 'S
Inspect Cable Point Co. to W. B. Brosell ', wd *.0. VICTORY OINTMENT. Tubes. or jars. Soldin Far Brighter with to
; to Cr DELAND-B. N. Wright. former tied SI.Single_ Walgreen San Juan Orange, Avalon' or9ISU I. l'
: emplo\e of the Southern Bell Tel- Lee Holland et. fir to Jack K. homdrug 1
Cluidress et ux vd *10
I ephone Co., yesterday was ap- Walter. B Clerk to mae ktcLam. e..... %
Less Effort !
f.r pointed by Acting City Mgr. d. SlOMaude. I'I 50 J
O McCamt et vii to Lester R.
George Rattenbury to Inspect the ,
Noses et ux yd SlO ::
1 underground cable now being laid Charles B Shrew et ux to Cody W.
Copeland et ux wd SlO I I I I / I IV
by the telephone company on Im .
C. M Acker et ux to Ina Powell, mPrud. .
West New York Ave. LUe In.. Co. to Park Allen K nx //Ji {
It will be his Job to be sure that smU: -::::. I $7' : tNSEl'
water mains. other underground I Hurst,W et SummerHn nx lien. Jr. aialnst William E. -

.. fixtures and oak trees are not Harry J. Hodman et nx to Alfred A. -I [llli: : I I
damaged. Also he will check sidewalks Wntht et ux sm. MOTHER
; for children too j Commercial Bank at DB to H. L. Ho.anet \
to make certain they are ux emNorry SAID :
properly reconstructed. | J Hoffman et ux to Catherine P ied z
Writbt et *ir. sm.AUrt4 ,, _
A. Graham to A ... .. 14gii I
ct ux Arno w he n ywi iiiflrr fcm yimpl** .u. .14sores.
DeLand Luttrcll et ux kcd SI d. .hal th.u_nd. fca* 4o.r foe
ClergymanBack < Laura B Kraffmllier et sir and Delia .>rr 50 year, take "1'1'." V oe VVt ..
Alto Zimmer to Walter Marshall et nxSlO often|>r..._./crrl brnefit \. rheumalMri
From Old Home wd. >dii.M... A.k :>mir 4ru"fIS.' he hiLnoo ;U ITCIaKS
William H. Younc ct us to Lewi A. for ,..
L-::CC al to Cr "n..J H CT r'Q Sf-it ne'l' Glover et ux wd SlO n yes U=tSin== LI'. ftI
DELAND-The Rev. Garrett V. John H. Gerson ct ux to Louis Zetfler ,iIIPJ.'UL'U.J 'U I inninsnncn.
wd SlO
| Albertson. retired Presbyterian Louis Zeuler et ax to John H Qerson.vd ,
minister recently returned from SlO nm== ms '
l : I- = z:
First Fed Svts and Loan of OB to
I Enid. Okla.. where he occupied the Bernard M Beach et ux sm _
i pulpit of the church he organized Fred Bowmen. to Flm State Bank chat -' I \ \
54 years ago when the city was mil

being laid out. Let US check JOur ==mii===u==== '
Z1 shoes forchildren He stated no person was present the crowd from an open buggy. Insurance needs. Wowoat
who attended the first church' and shortly thereafter selected try to sell yousnything =cnacenainUUU =mnnsma=; un $J No Other
service there when he spoke to I church officers. you don't need .nUtSn I _

Pricecl A cc.rdi i". .. I ---- or 1I'ant.! Well explain possible .
Service CleanserPolishes
X.Ray '. 7 Leading
protection YOU make -i.

Smart grownup styles and smart fit [ Hospital, Adds to Nursing StaffMiss I ____ I I. .. I iipLtiia't' Porcelain i

m fun-loving, s.oes'or !little t I_;r*:10''! to Or :"iuj K'cm ng Se'rr'e', ,- Betty Brijrs a Cook decision.WUMY I I -----

fttt. Keep them smart both ways I NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Sunny County Hospital graduate was B O ( I So Bright
South Hospital now has a staff,of added to the surgical staff this
with Vitality. Ajax is new! Different! Revolutionary! the results! You'll be amazed!

six nurses five of whom are registered week.: GENERAL INSURANCE Ajax is a scientific development of war- You can actually;: see the difference! I

!. gard Pawley.. and the who sixth.sen-ed Mrs.in Hilde-the obstetrical Miss Ileta King a graduate of 111 N OUXoE AVI PHONE $189 time research by the Colgate-Palmohve- It's sensational the way Ajax Cleanser S 0 F as.with t .
Cook County
Army. nursing ai -- Peet Company. Use new Ajax with unique "foaming action" leaves
is in charge of obstetrics at the
13wiii hospital. and is assisted by Miss \ "foaming action" on a portion of any surfaces far brighter with up to 50% I CJ

) Mrs. Odessa M. Moles Mattie Ebenbeck. graduate of a INDUSTRIAL grimy or greasy porcelain or enamel less effort! Yes by actual laboratorytests to--

I Pennsylvania hospital. surface sink or bathtub. Use any other Ajax cleans up to 50%faster with i

L.Juo; SICA'- Announces the Reopening Miss Betty McCray.'also a grad- ENGINEREPAIR I cleanser on another portion. Compare Half the effort,even in hardest water. ........................ I
uate of Cook County is a labora- -- ......:
16 N. Orange A\e. -
I of her Beauly Shop tory and Xray techmtion. and a'
surgical nurse. Mrs. L. Coccagna '
San Juan Hotel Bldr.i I SERVICE
September who received her training at a
-i serif TEAR I Pennsylvania hospital is a night I Factory Trcinwl Mechanic Other
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nurse. Genuine Continental Penis

YOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER sHOT South Patients within admitted the past at few Sunny days : .Jf Leading Cleanser ;

are: Mrs. D. C. Cabell. who submitted -
.01 New Ajax isa dream come true! Now. dull.
to a major Friday .
operation C Grease S dingy surfaces take on a new brilliance,with up
FLASHES and Mrs. Evelyn Wood. a ut's
I r major operation Saturday. both of to 50% less effort. You won't believe your eyes

whom are reported to be ,doing I .. )oenesd Din U at the way the amazing "foaming action" of

nicely. and Mrs. Helen Fullerton. j So Fast! 5 Ajax whisks away grease and grime, leaving

FEEL CHILLYHere's and Alfred Rizy. medical patients. '. I surfaces free of grit and sediment.


Good News! i SPECIAL 9x12 AH-WooI!
$32.50 New Ajax is not coarse. Contains BO harsh

Ar. between the of M and S \ Do this rub between
you CM All-Wool Carpeting: 12" \ soap. actually Ajax
27and 3Snmners .
ia end coles ttxrough' that trying : It's wonderful! For pots and pans. For .
functional *mlddl.- ct' period P.- and 15" widths. I \ thumb and forefinger. See-it is not sharp or

:: culls to women Doe this mk Asphalt Tile: B. C. and D Croons and core face. skillets, roasters-all greasy jobs. New gritty.That is why it is easy on the hands and
you suffer from hoi flashe feel Ajax removes grease up to 50%faster
safe for porcelain and enamel surfaces too.Nor
clammy to'-'.intubl.we kr
"' Then so try Lydia &. pint ham's I Congoleum 6' and 9' width; Inlaid and Battleship Linoleum. Cuts most work in half. Its "foari:sung / is there any stronger unpleasant odor.

,s Vegetable. *Compound! Jf&mOUe to relieve roe tnUl*ucbympuun Sink Top Rubber.3 ft.width. Corrugated Rubber "leaves no gritty cleanser scum. ..,, ,_

Wan,. WiM mlddl....' women JUIp sahn' (you know what we Runners. black and maroon. 3 ft. width. Grass The results will amaze you! Don't be A PRODUCT OP COLGATE.PAlMOirVE.PEET COMPANYifiss

take Flnknam Compound regularly wean!). Title great medicine aleo Bugs all sizes.AMERICAN satisfied with old-fashioned cleansers. _
i to Help build up reiiitanr* has what Doctor call a .tomacoletoole ;
against thU dutret effect.MITfi StarttodayswitcbtoAjax.themodem -
I PUxkham Compound contain noeputee : 0. ?a. __!" pesf.r LTD1A. E.MMkHAlCa RUG AND LINOLEUM GO. new "foaming action"I cleanser.
% -_no hablt-Iormlng druga.It __ __TABLETS_ _with____44W_u___ I
i i"J I 863 North Orange ATC. Phones Z-21SS and *-t t9

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650,000 Shares I Page 10 {rlanUn morning &'ntiitrl Orlando, Florida! September 3, 1947 !!r CLOSING COTTON I CURB' STOCK LIST !|I!
I NEW: YOU lAP) Cotton futures closed Furnished throush courtesy of UerriH. I j AWOL Patients
: 90 tents to 1.3S a bale lower y.sterd.y Lynch. Pierre. Fenner. & Beane: :
of h dg. selling 55'. 4
under moderate pressure Aluminum Co of Amer------------ i
Eggs and Poultry aant tIvs c.e.o d.Oi n.w ceso mov..nt. Amer. Gag A Elee --______--_ 38', '
N.w Orleans and local were alas on the.ellins Ark Nafl Gas A _uu____ 5!. Ii '
Transferred I Closing Stock Quotations I! Mr. W. F. Flower JACKSONVILLE (CAP Florida nearby. a.d.Largir *. ,i, Amer Light & Traction __n________ 19
Are fresh PUSS" ; ,I crop idea accounted .or _....- o' Ashland Oil & Brig 12'4i !>
AU tale. to retailers; th* easiness, with trader. talking. el 12. j i, Erewster Aernsutlrsl _-=:-:::==:: sv. :: Hit by 1B Aid
MARKETS AT A GLANCE i Firestone T &; R 50 50 50 Net Wt Cor.Mkt against tho Air 5 Cov- ,! Barium Steel >
000.000 kale -- -
New. York !', Fliniko'e : : 34'. 34 3411 Grade A Net. dOL in Crtl eminent estimate crop of 11"4,000 balee.Dialer :. Creole Fet Corp. ..:==::::==:: 34..
DOW.JONES AVERAGES ks-HI.ber leaders extend FridaYs Florida Pow 6 154. 15'. 159.Fruehaif ,1 Large 24 01 68 68Medium ,' 36. '
Stocks: Open High Low Clot Net Ch. recovery. ; Tra 22 221 22 22 Rites Set TodayServices ( --==--===:::::= 21ox S8 60 alto, a*considered some foreign the export countries outlook I;I Colts Cities Patent.Arm.---m:===:::=::: 35', I:,i; Patients who leave tuberculosis

30 Inda. 1TS.13 180.M 171.7S 17*.11 u.. '.M Bonds-Steady; favored rails In narrow -C- i I Small ---------- 18 os 47 49 poor dollar purchase. EIre: Bond & Share Co-------- 12'.
20 Rails ...., 49 S3 ".12 49.32 UP 0 SS advanre. 0,6. Cable h_ 11 12'. 11'. 124. Extra sr.. _- ... 28 OX OP 68 70 started to cut State down. on I IFrance I Fairchild! En;. &: Airplane Corp. ___ 3'. I Ii I I sanatoria against medical advice
IS Utils 35.65 3S.80 3$.5T 35.70 up 0.12 Cotton Easy; hedge pressure against Den Flee h_-__ ;n 36". 36". 36'. Sales. direct to consumers: in the to make. future Glen Alden Coal Co---------------- 18*.
65 Stacks S4J4 M8O ...11 C4.54 u. 0.42 new crop movement Grn Prods _u 12 39'. 39L. 394.Oen for Mr. Wilbur Ellis Net Wi. Cur Hit- cotton purchase wa expected in sterling area whleChn. Humble Oil & Eei --------:::::-- 9'aKilserFrszer are one of the problems in tuber-
Chlrato Motors 67 591. 59'. 594. Grade A Per dot. In Crts
ends: Close Net eh. Wheat. -Closed higher. resumption commodity Oen Pub Utll h__ 23 14'. 14'. 14'". Flower will be held at 4 p.m. Wed- Lar.e 2401 7S 11 was estimated to have covered already .1.I -i i ..- 47*. culosis control Dr. Frank D. Gray
.. ___________.102S .. '.01 h -====-=:=-=::: I within i a 10O.OOO bale of her re- Kroger Grocery -- ------------ I
Bonds P credit buying- i 011.11. Sat R _____ 18 27' 26' 26' nesday from Eiselstein-Wigginton Medium 2101 07 691 I I 1. Lone Star Gas Co------------__ 19V. I chairman of the Medical
10 1st Rails _____ ______.IO'.a1 .ffB03 Corn-Closed. hither advanced with !' Gimbel Bun ._---_ 22 34R: 23': 23': The Small _n__________ ISO 54 5e '.I ouirement for the entire current .sasOn.Crop 1 Niagara' Hudson Pw Corp. I Advisory
10 2nd Rails ___ ___ ___ '1.09.... 'B2 _____ Home for Funerals. Very weather appeared favorable.31.Sa -------
d u wheat. Goodrich IBfi 10 13 Si's 53 : Extra lane -_-- -... 28 OS UP 78 80 I,: Pantepec Oil of Ven.. .__ 8'.1 Committee of the Orange County -
10) Utils -__________ ____107.11 UP 006 Oats-Closed sliihtl hither; advanced Goodyear. T A; R 7 44\1a 43'. 44" Rev. Melville E. Johnson DD.. Florida dressed sales l to retailers to conturners. i' Rexall Dm --_-_---_-_-_-__-_ _-
10 Indo _uu_ _._n_ 103.95 off 0.04 with COI'1l.Ho.st..dy. i Graham P.iI'e Mot 16 4 34. 4 I dean the Cathedral Church of St. ; Oct. 31.CS 31.4S 31.45-46 off 25.26 Sherwin-Williams- ----- 73 : Tuberculosis and Health Assn.,
Transactions in stocks used in ....r._ to 50 cents hither. ; practical -I Gt Nortbn Ry Pf 18 404. 40' 40t4Oreyhound Dressed Live Dec. 31.17 31.24 31.07 31.08-12 off 1S-22 !; --------------- 25Vi i i j I
yesterday: Industrials. S9.6OO: rails, 36,510; top S28 00.CattleSteady. I Cr15 .- 6, 10'. lOt. IO4Guf Luke lEspiscopall, will officiate. and DrawnPryeri ,, March 11.Gf 31.12 30.92 30.92-95 off 24-27 Strock & Co---------------- 3*. said yesterday.
utilities. 24.10O total 120.210. to strong on top gradee.oft I : Mob Ii Ohio __ 16 12'. 12.. 121.I Interment will be In Greenwood R-d 1 Ib op 39 47 May 30.73 30.77 3O.SO 30.60 off 22 :feel Corp.. m:=::-=:::::=: 3'. i Dr. Gray named Orange County
to 50 cents on C01l. and buUs toP I Gulf Oil :. 13 'l010\ '10I Cemetery.Mr. Broilers I Red lVa-2 lbs ::::::: 39 47 July 30 05 30.OS 29.90 29.90* Off 22 Stand Pw & Light ____________ 2'i 'I -
STOCKS IN THE SPOTLIGHT $21.00. 14Hart Hens. heavy. _. _n_____ 35 42 Oct. 21.75 27S 27.7027.10 off 25 ____ 10*. as one of the worst areas in
NEW YORK (API Sale closing pric Srb k ).t ___n 3 32'. 32 32 Flower, 53, well known In Hens. babt _. _-_ -_______ 28 33 i. St. Regis Psper_ --_________ 33 :,
and net chang of tile It most active NEW YORK: (AP) Stocks" : Haves Mig ____u 16 7'. 1 7 Orlando business and civic circles i Tampa Electric uu Florida In this respect. Last year

stocks Comwlth. yesterday 4V Sou: 9.90O-3'a up ..,. Air -A-Reduction u__ 15 29% 291'\ 29sAlleshany I Hom..t.ke Oil M.n_h h____ II 2 23 45'. 45'22';.' 43'4Huston 22". I I died Monday of a heart attack j ;::1a; Thomp'n. he is survived by ,I NEW here ORLEANS yesterday. (AP. )under Cotton long future liouida-declined -'I I Textron Technicolor -.-.-.-.-:::::::::?::: =:: 13V l2'k :, out of 38 patients at Woodsmere.

Celanese. '.400--25"* "aCen I Alaska Juneau __n 2 4'. 5'. 5'. Hudson Motor __h_ 16 17'. 167. In.I I at his home. 11 W. Lucerne a step-son Richard Billups Oxford I'I tion and persistent hedge telling. Closing Thermold ---- 10T.Twm seven left against medical advice."A .
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Coach _____ ___ 14
51.10 to SI 40
> barely steady u
L700-54 price* were
Motor 4 Corp n 20 3'. 3V, 3'. I 1Ilu.nol. Circle. Fla.; two step-daughters *. patient who leaves a san-
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Greyhound 6.100--10.-1,4 Alleg Lud Stl 4 354 35V4 354 Central __ 33 27'l 264. 28s. a b l4. lower. Large crop idea and cablegram United Gas Corp --
Packard. 4,2004'Stud.boker ..--V Allls-Ch Mil _uu_ It 37'. 36' 37'. Interlake Iron _n____ 13 12'. 12'. 12'. t Born in St. Louis Mr. Flower I Mrs. Mary Geddie. St. Petersburg from Pan claiming that French W. Va.Cosi&Coke =:=:::::::::::: 14V Ii i atorium against advice is not

S.200-21-->fc Am Airlines u S4 8'. 8>. 8'. Int H.nntrr nh_ 7 81\.a\ 564. 8M. held a number of positions ranging 1 and Mrs. Sue Fischer, Gotha. and spinner were witching from American. j jI i I only taking a terrible and unnecessary -
salt Ohio 6.0OO-13Vx u.. *. Am Cable & Rad -- 2 5'. 5 SV. lot Nick Can _-___ 31 299. 281. 283, I a sister. Miss Lucy Thompson I I cotton toEgyptian. and Indian growths- ,! DUN 6 BRADSTNEET
Curtiss-Wri9ht S.BOO-S u.. Am Can _-__ 1 88 88 88 lint Paper ___u_ II 48 47 48 from a sports instructor to 1 to be paid. for in sterling-seemed to beI NEW YORK (UP1 Dun & Bradstreefg chance with his own
Nat Pow & Lit 5.500-1 up >,. Am Car & Fdy n. 1 49'. 49'. 49'. I lot Tel &; Tel _nu 31 11'.' 1P. lit.JohnsMsnvill. \. newspaper work after gradua- Wartrace Tenn. i I the main reason for the drop. daily weighted price Index of 30 btale'j life but is endangering the
Colum Cas aV El 5.400-114 u.. '... Am &; For Pow _... 3 3'. 3's3.'. I' tion from high school. He was at I Scaled down trade buying order absorbed -1 commodities compiled. for United Press, health of all those with whom
c..... O & El S.40O-27-'>. Am Home Prod .... 10 24', 24'. 24U I ____ 13 44 0 44Joan FUNERAL SERVICESFor tno contracts. 193O-32
Am Airline S.20O-8t.-I-4 Am Locomotive __h II 22H 21'. 22.... &; L StJ nn 28 33'. 32". 33 one time employed by the State Spot cotton dropped S3.75 a bale with i average equals__ 100)_:_ | ke comes in contact" Dr. Gray
( ) 2'7628
Chrysler S.OOO....59*. up *. Am Pow & Lt uu 17 11'. 1O*. 11'. Joy MIS __u___ 4 37 36' 37 i of Utah to do publicity work in Mrs. Hulda M. True who died ,,I middling 1S-1S inch Quoted at 31.85 cents i iI. |i I I Yesterday Saturoay .uu_ nn ____s_ 27571 said.
Marine Midi 5.000.-7.. no change Am Rad &; St 8 .._ 24 14'. 14'. 14L. K'I I Sunday will be held at 10 a.m. >'I I. pound. Sales. for the day amounted to nuun
with ..__
{ connection the San Week 273.'i0Month
NY Central ._1S". up >,. Am RoU Mill h__ 29 32*. 31'. 32*. K.r.: cott CoP u__ 22 46 441. 45'.. Diego 'Wednesday in the Carey Hand 4933 _..... j ago u nnu______ 26903 Dr. Gray hopes the results of a
BuI..i Mills 4.9OO-19 up V* Am Smelt &; R _..12 631. 61'. 63'. LLsciede and San Francisco expositions. ago hunn conducted the New
Am Nil Fdrs nu -6 304 30. 30"jAm G. ______ 34 II'. 6 6L.LPhtlth After serving in World War I. Chapel with the Rev. Lindsay Mc-i I i !': Year ago _unn 222.24 study being by
I, Open High Low 1947 high Selected Tel A Tel __ 46 159*. 158 159*. I C & N __ 3 10'. loLl 10'". u York Tuberculosis! and Health
NEW YORK [LAP n ; n Nair officiating. Interment will be .40-45 off 211 ,
he joined a roofing, paint and Oct. JI.6G 31.1* 31.40 31 1947 low Jan 23) _____ 23280 '
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Am Tob B n 4 74 74 74 LIb 0 I" Glass It 8'. 8', 89.IAIreII 31.02-05 off 23 Assn. on AWOL patients will aid
stocks entered the in Dec. n.l1 31 23 3099 xx New 1947 huh
yesterday new Shiloh :
Cemetery at Fruitland :
I Am Viscose _-_n_ 7 S3 5.21 53 &; Mrers: ___ 1 86'. 869. 869. varnish firm in Atlanta moving .
month with recovery leanings but i> Am Wat Wks nn 12 16ij 111'. 16*. Lockheed. Air h____ 4 134. 12". 13loew here in 1918 Park. ,! March 31.14 31.15 30.85 3O 92B off 26 I conditions here.CENTURY .
Am Woolen. __ __ 21 42*. 41'. 42V.Anaconda Inc 10 20'. 2o's 20". to open an office i May 30.73 30.7' 30.58 30.5 off 22
hold in most u un .
failed to
top gains I 30.04 30.04 29 SO Z9 MB off 27. Polio Scare Continues j
'" here for the July
Cop u__ 23 36 35s. 35' Lorillard (P1 ___ __ II 1B'. 184. 184.Mark I.M I. company For
Mr. of
cases and a number of leaders Armour *; Co. uu 13 13'. 13*. 13'. | From 1919 to 1921, Mr. Flower Charles Branch 75 I OIL BURNERSAND
eventually slipped into the minus Astd Dry Goods ... 20 16 15*. 15'. Trucks un__ 10 56 55'. 56 Groveland. will be held at 3 p.m. I NEW ORLEANS (AP) Soot cotton closed I WILMINGTON Del. tAPJ Two
i Atch T & St __u_ S 84 82V 83*. M.cY IRHI uno. 9 371,2 37'. 37". I was associated with the Walter Thursday in Mount Zion Baptist steady S3.75 a bale lower. Sale 4 933. \hew cases of infantile paralysis I<
division. AU Coast Line __n 4 51', lit. 51'4 Marine Midland __ 50 7'. 11. 1'. I- W. Rose Investment Co. in 1921 Low middling 26.J5. Middling 31.85. Good ,
Mild irregularity appeared after;, AU Relating n____ 10 311'. 36 36'. Marshall Field" n__ 2 294. 29 29' I he formed the FlowerMcKenneyCo. j'( Church. Webster. The Rev. R. nvddlmg 32.45. Receipts ..0.... Stock. yesterday dispelled hopes of a. OIL BURNING FURNACES
Atlas Corp _un__ 3 24'. 2"24'. Martin ROLl n____ 3 15'., 15'. 159, I Strickland will officiate. Burial j I 76.742. '
a fairly active and steady opening. _______ __ which handled insurance and break in the month-old epidemichere.
Avto MU 12 5'\. 5' St.B Mid Coot Pd n 5 44'. 44'. 44'. 1 will be in Mount Zion Cemetery. MAX T. RICHARDS
There was a relatively lively buy-i, Mo Ksn Te.a, 1 S's 5'. 5' real estate brokerage. In 1924 he I NEW ORLEANSIAPAV.,59S price .f i Two others were placed ion-i
ing flurry in the third hour led by B.ldO _____n 13 17*. 17l. 17H i i Monsanto Chem === 28 594. 577. 39': started the Flower Brothers Real- For G-; ;: I! middling IS,16th inch cotton at 10 der observation.Hemorrhoids. SINCE 192*-
Montom Ward 18 60'60 609. Mr. H. Olmstead I market today S3.05 a
and indus- Bait & Oblo __ 59 13'. 13'. 131, d Southern spot was mi N. ORANGE PHONE 2-1303
steels motors rails Barn&dable 011 u n__ 10 29'. 2929"z. Murray Corp __n_ 15 134, 121. 13Nash ty Co., which. among other Investments 75, of Maitland will be held at ; bale lower .t 3Z-24 c.nta a pound: aoerage -- I .
trials. It was short-lived. The Best food u_____ 5 25*. 2S'4 25'. I I N : developed Forrest Hills. 10 a.m. Wednesday in Eistelstein- for the Pait 30 market. da... 34.01. Md-
pace soon slowed and some selling' Beth Steel _______ 7 88 86'. 87.. .KelYlnalOr h_ 15 174. 16'. 161. -I ;, dung Inch ....r.o. 30.67 cents ...ound.FOREIGN .
Blaw-Knox _____ 4 15*. IS*. 15H Nat Airllne. nn___ 6 12'. 11'. 121- After the boom he moved to : Wigginton Home for Funerals. i
cropped up at the last. Advancesof Boeing Airplane __n_ 8 17V. 16*. 171. Nat Auto Fib nh__ 10 11'. 11'. 114.Nat !; Daytona Beach for five years The Rev. H. P. Rankin will offi- | EXCHANGE: RETAIL MERCHANTSWe
fractions to a point or more Borden. CO. 6 44 4344 B'KUlt ____n_ 16 30'. 30.. JO'. t softer. nom painful .
Bon-Warner _uu___ 20 SOS 49'. SOH !I Nil Ceo ____u 7 84.. "'" 99. I where he was an official with ciate. I 1 NEW YORK (AP Closinc foreitn ex- ether hour without itching Piles anliMioroid. invite you to
predominated. Transfers of 650.-I Bridgeport. Brass- _. 6 14'. 14*. 14<>. Nat Cash RU ___h 4 38'. 38'. 38'. the Home Owners Loan Corp. ch snerates. follow Great Britain ID dollars few minutes Chmaroid trying usually In a visit our new
000 shares compared with 580.000 i| Bri... Mil n_ _-- S 34'. 33'. 34'. i: Nat CODl.ln..r. __n 14 1414'. 14'". He returned here with his family For Miss Mattie McKee 89 of others In cents) Pile miseries 1 ways: 1. Eases pain staRs and curbing
Friday and were the largest since J Budd Co ._... 18 11*. 11V4 11V, i iBulova Nil Dairy Prod _n 8 32 31". 317. 469 S. Main St., will be conducted Canadian dollar in New York open market ,;. 2. Helps. shrink sore swollen ItehJn DISPLAY ROOM
; eight and 9143 tissues. 1.
Watch .._ 4 31J1 31V I Nat DlstUlers 20 207. 20' years ago was em- 8 9 16 per cent discount or < H In.
Monday week. i| Burlina- Mills __ 49 19 18'.. 19 Nat Gypsum .------S= 20'. g : 20': i ployed at the Orlando Army Air Friday at 10 a.m. from Carey, U s tents unchanged allay PIle nature DenOUsnPlla.heal irritated membranes and Slade-Booth Show Case Co.
Burr Add Mach .__ 6 13'. 1313 Nat Lead ___u 11 32'. 32 32". 1 Hand Chapel. with the Rev. Lindsay Europe: Great Britain $4 034. UP '-4 Money back ruarsnr -
Some short covering and quick- -CCalif Nat Pow Ii U _n__ 55 1'. 1 1'. I Base during the war. Since the of a cent. : France franrl .84'. of a cent. :' ; J4"t;; .ct. Ask your clruii1 lotbert's 123 W. Central Pfeoa Z- m
turn purchasing apparently was Packing __ 6 31'. 31\\. 314.C&iiahan i' Nat Supply __ 15 19'. 19'. 199.Nespoit I end of the war he had been engaged E. McNair officiating. Interest d01ln .00'.: Sweden. kronm 2785. unchanged
touched off by reports that vet- Z-.d. n___ 10 2'. 2\. 2\10'\ Indust __ 3 27'. 27". 279. 1! in the bonding business will be in Greenwood Cemetery : Switzerland franc ("om'" 23 40.
I NY Central RR __ 49 154. 159. 15\. unrhanted.
Can Dry 0 Aale ... 6 1S 15'. 15 .
it i'
erans were cashing their terminal Canad Pacific __ 23 II1, 11Ill.\ NYChI&StLPf 311a 117'. 118 here. Latin America Argentina free 24 80. The Finest To Be Dad
leave bonds on an urgent basis. Carrier Corp _n u__ 6 17'. 17\\. 17V I N. Am Aviation __ 3 8 II 8 1 Mr. Flower was past Exalted ;t For Master Kenneth Robert down .02 .>f a cent Brazil free S 50; unchanged [ Trailer Renfcls

This revived inflationary psychology -' Case (JI, Co ... 3 38', 38 38>a North Am.r Co _u 17 25". 25': 25'. i i Ruler of the Orlando Elks Club Wright. 13. son of Mr. and Mrs. Mexico 2063. unchanged.. AUTO PAINTING
Ca'erpil Tractor 6 S7> 57U 5T4\ Northern Pacific 37 203, 1111. 209. '
I Kenneth M. Wright of Zellwood.
to a certain extent. Many cus- :1 Celanese Corp _n_ 84 26". 2S>4 25'. I 0Ohl.O.1 past president of the Shrine Club CHICAGO PRODUCE: "for that NEW CAR LOOK"
tomers. however returned from : Celotex Corp __n_ 11 28'.. 27*. 27', ____u_ 36 26'. 264.;' 26' a Mason member of the American I will be held at 8:15 Wednesday CHICAGO 'API (USDA Butter irregular HOURDAYWEEKCorner
__ Otis Eln.tor __ 2 284. 28'. 28'
'i Cent Foundry 3 9's 9'a 9H u from Eistelstem-WiKginton Home
the lengthy holiday in a cautious n i Owens Ill Glass I Legion anda former memberof A 92 core TJ.25-78. B 90-7375.74: C 89
4 73 73 l3Pac
Cerro De 7
30' 30',4 3QV4
.Prod- i for Funerals. The Rev. Marshall 69-69-75 Eats steady to firm; large >o. Garland & Colonial Dr.
1 P the Kiwanis Club.
mood. These either trimmed accounts Crrtain-Trcd 7 17.. 17 17 VChes I g.W. Cor. Garland and Jefferson
& Ohio ... > G. & D..o. 13 409 40 40V.Pie ''C. will officiate. Burial 2 extras 11>60 medium No. 2 extras 48-
20 Dendy
474 47 47 1 u
stood I He a member of the Presbyterian TELEPHONE 9248
or aside pending 1 was 49 5 standards 43-45 current receipt Phone 6 2SI'M
.1 I Tina ____ : ;1
Ch M Sp b Pac .. 15 9H 9V, 9RCM COD' 1 4'. 4'. 41. I ':'will be in Waynesburg. Pa.WE'VE .
more light on the export picture. tc NW 6 4 19'. 19. 19H I Packard Motor '_n 13 5'. 4'. 4!. Church. 18-40; dirties 32-31 checks ;313ZTVUCSTYCDUJNS.
the business outlook and possible Chrysler Corp l_=- 55 59'. 5844 59'. I! Pan Am Atnr.n __ 17 109. 10.. 104. He _is survived by his widow. -- -
___ Panhandle P & R 29 -_ .
Cit Finan 10 45 45'. 45' : n 7 I' 7Parani ;
liquidation by foreigners of their Clev El mum __n__ 17 42 41'4 41'. I I I Pictures ___ 29 23.. 22'. 334.Patino i Mrs. Lillian Jones Flower; a son. _ PLEASE I 'W AND'XJR EXPlANATlmS GOING HOMEi GOOD-BYE!

holdings of U. S. securities. CCola ____n 1 1824. 182"z 1824.Colgat.e I I Mmvi. _u___ 2 10'. 109. 10., Wilbur Ellis Jr.. who returned 'tOUlj' ; DON'T LOOK AT ME THAT WAY I'VE HEASO ENCXX3H. IP VOUTHINK

Associated Press 60 stock Col rt lmlt_== 10 12 46 15S 45'46 15*. 1S<4 I I Penney Penn'Cent IICI lrl-==== 11 6 41.7 4; 44'7 !1 yesterday from Georgia Tech and .5 _ HONEY. I CAN XPL.AINEVERYWIN5. \ tOO CAN MAkTE A POOL

composite was up .4 of a point at Colum 0 El nU 54 11'. 114 11>. Penn. P. &; LI _nn 18 204. 2044 204. his brothers Harold K. Flower OFME, TI4ISTY COLLINS,
Coml Credit ___..__ 9 46'. 45*. 46'. :: Penn RR __ _h n_ 36 19 18'. 19 of Oralndo and Walter Knott "tou'RE MI5T ikUU.1lj
65.6 on top of Friday's comeback Com Solvents) u__ 13 25'. 2SV* 25HComwlth Pr1>ll1-Cela ____ 24 3n. JO". 31 Cal. p Tf
of .5. Edt. _____ 35 30V. 29JO Pftz.r Chas ok Co __ 6 44 0.. 44 Glendale I i pd'ii -i- ) .
Comwlth & South _.100 3'. 3U 3'. Phelps DocIle _hh 19 42'. 42'. 42
It was the broadest market since Cons EeUMin __uh 25 25', 25V. 25'. Ph'la EI..e. _u____ 12 24'. 24\. 249Philro Obituaries
Cons Vultee nU 3 13'. 13 13 Corp _n____ II 28'. 28 284.
the reaction of Aug. 25. of 906 Cont Bak 3 14', 144 144 Pullp Morris n___ 12 30". 29'. 304, MRS. G. S. HERINGDINE
issues registering. 475 rose and 210 ,,I Coat Can _---------S 37'. 36'4 374 PhillipS Pet __n_ 16 61 60 6O!. Services for Mrs. Fleta B. Her-
fell. : Coot Motors ____ 7 7*. 7*. 7*. Pretoed. StJ Car ___ 8 114. 11'. 119.
1 I Cont OU Del ___ 10 45.., 45V. 45H Procter &; G.m u_ 0 68.. 66 66i ingdine. who died Monday night
Norfolk & Western added 1-2 :. Com Exchanae _n 90 56'. 56 V. 56", i Pub 5\'c HJ _nn_ II 22'. 22V. 22" at. her home 1001 W. Central c'-
1' Corn Pioducta 9 113.. 63 63 VCrane Pullman ___ nnn II 56'. 564. :;6'. _
points at 252. American Telephone Ave. will be held at 10
I Co _______ II 35 V. 34%, 34*. Pure nnn_._ 20 264. 26128oa a.m.
1 3-4 at 159 5-8. duPont 1 3-4 at ,I CruCIble Steel ___ 4 27 28V 26'"% Thursday in Carey Hand Chapel.
192 1-2. U. S. Gypsum 1 3-4 at 101 'j(, Curtis Publish 34 10'. 10 V. 10mI : Radio Corp ___ __ 48 8'. 8'. 8"R.dl. ;. The Rev. M. D. Jackson will of-
I Curtis Wrwht.58 II'. K Orpb ._ 25 114. 11'.
5S 54. 111.
1-2 and Goodrich 2 1-4 at 53. ,: Cutler Hammer 2 26V, 26', 28V. ,, Reming. Rand _h__ 11 IS". J5'. iS's; ficiate. Burial will be in Greenwood -
Among gainers of a pomt or better Repub Ana _nh_ 23 I'. I fI I Cemetery. : 'itrt-
were Youngstown Sheet at j I| Deere"* Co -___,_ 14 40';i 39' 40H R..pub. Steal. __n___ 42 27" 264. 27&11 She had been a resident of this s _
| Del tt West 16 7'. 7*. 7'. ,, Revere. Cop & Br __ II 20120 204
\I 69 3-8. Caterpillar Tractor 57 1-4.1!,,I r tCIE 1 234 23', 234 Reynolds Tob B _n II 4H. 4O41\ : community the past 21 years and
Johns-Manville 44. Union Carbide' Dist Corp Seal nn 16 154: 15 15 I S was a member of the Miller Memorial -
Dom. Mines. ___n_ 12 20*. 20Va 20V. : 8.r..y Stores ___ 13 23'. 23" 2394 [ 20 &ixs12'140..o ti
107 7-8.American Smelting 63 1-4. i Douglas Aircraft: .._ 2 55'. 55H :55': St L San Fran hn 17 09. 8". 8". Baptist Church. T ( IflWii:
Santa Fe 83 5-8. American Woolen Dresser" Indust n__ 23 18*. 17'. 18', St Regis Pip ____n 22 109. 10'. 10"-" Besides her husband. G. S. ) .
42 1-4. Celotex 28 7-8. Interna- Du Pont De N nn 3 192 lil'\, 192V Schenley. Distil n__ 22 28'. 28'. 28". Heringdme. she is survived by a '
-0Eaitern PesO At RR ___nn 4 16". 16'", 16''. I i rlloIIE ( 6vrltSyEErr
tional Paper 48 and American Machine :I Air L _n_ 10 19 18*. 19 5Mn Roebuck ____ 34 38'. 37'. 38 daughter. Mrs. Edith Louise Iaizii4ALL.. fI :
Foundry 28 3-8 (a newyear's Eastman Kodak __ 18 44*. 44 44 UI ; Serve. Inc __hh 2 12.. 12'", 12\4 White Orlando; five grandchildren IQ -'. I
I El Power Lt 10 17*. 1717; Shell UnIon OU _u 18 319, 30. 3H.i sisters Boyd'I J. ,-
top]. j I I Erie- RR ______ 15 9*. 9S 94 i Simmons Co _____n 4 37". 37 37 1 and. two Mrs. ; ,9 7tV- -9.:.
Rails held their own despite a Biershsrp: h____ 14 15 144 14 SlndalJ' OU n_____ 27 16'. 1694 16V. Burton. Macon. Ga.. and Mrs. d _
J -FYarns Socon -V."uum u_ 41 16'. 16". 169so. -, Mollie Archer Washington County IQ v I'I
sizable ware boost granted non- I I, Tel & Rad n 2 64,64. I,. Am G &; P uu I 4", 4'. 45. A#
Southern Pacific n 1'1 44'... 4.>_. LA Georgia.MR. ..:I
I Southern R7 ::I: _:_ 11 38 ; 38 w 389 < i ;

operating workers by an arbitration i Sperry Corp __u___ 8 II>. 19'. 19... JAMES: J. PARRISH ;z:

board. Stand 8p1gel Brand Inc -,-=-=== : 30'12': 'hO lis 30'124:, Funeral services for Mr. James oI

: 82 Years Modest improvement was retained Std 0 a E .4 Pf u 31 2'l's 2644 2M. J. Parrish will be conducted at 3 Q ,
Pta.d Oil C.I __ 15 511'.
by U. S. St<<:el. Republic I, Stand Oil lad n h__' 38 405. 40 119 59 40 p.m. Thursday at the Carey Hand

Steel. Copperweld Steel. Chrysler.Goqdyear Stand Oil NJ 39 17 7694 16',. Chapel by the Rev. H. M. Pelton -
UninterruptedDividends Stand Oil Ohio ____ .. h __ _
3 30' 30.. 30'. with interment in the Woodlawn _
Montgomery OliVer -
Std 8U Sprg _
Un 3 13'. 13'. 134
Corp.. International Harvester. Sterling Drug _____ 4 39 39 311 Memorial Park. Mr. Parrish. 72.i I i.iirri mEidMwi.ut.L
t Sperry. Western Union. North Sto..l. -V.n Camp II 20'l, 2020% i of 544 Clayton St.. died of a heart
Stone &; Webster. 3 13!. 13'. 137.
n : attack Sunday at his home. Mr.
American. Kennecott. Westinghouse i Studebaker -
Corp 12 2H. 204. 2i9. -----
Philip Morris. N. Y. Cen- I Sunny OIl _____ 34 12 111. li's Parrish was a Sentinel-Star motor I II BUT PIRST I WANT THIS WE'RE COlUC, TO OPEM 1Ot.rrUMM MEWS

97 year old Compair ... tral. Pennsylvania Rail road Swift Sunshine& C.Hag n________ II 1 334 094, 33"9". 33T 99.\. route man for 20_ years retiringtwo j I II PRISONER REMOVED AND I II THE DOOR! COPPVHEADWILL HAS BEEN TTVIWG UWSUCCESSPU.LV # -

gated IB Business absolutely i Southern Pacific Northern Pacific. years ago. He is survived by : GOT \ MES IN THETUNNEL WANT JUNIOR AND BRONKI I COME OUT WITh HIS TOA COMPI..E'lt
essential to American Ecostmy Chesapeake & Ohio Texas Co. Texss Co _u_____ 11 ez: 61 614 |I his widow. Mrs. Elizabeth Parrish; |I THE TEAT? ON
i* all kinds .! times. II Texas Gulf Sulph 4 55'. :;4'Tn !-. 55'.. 70 GET CuIThR'S J HAMOS UP0R ELSE! PHONE CALL
Dividend Rate has sever and Standard Oil. N. J.]. Pac C&O 1 33'. 35', 354, a son. James W.. and two daugh- >4 GAS. T.V. THE OTHER cOwJGro BE TROUBLED
Tn Poc L Trust terse Miss Verna Parrish.and Mrs. rgjo zsw AT TWECJARACIC.7I14TS
been' redaeed. Yields around On the offside were Bethlehem 111 28. 271. 28 i tJIJ WHERE'SCOPFYHEAD SIDE OP
4%' Tide W.t A Oil 14 209. 204. 204.I P. C. Flynt of Miami. MERE. VE000.
Selling over 25% uder General Motors. Sears Roebuck. .:I Tr.IlS-Amenca ___ 3 12 12 12 ], < ? THAT WALL, .
Net Asset Value.Compreheiislve Douglas Aircraft. Consolidated., Trans A; West. Air 3 1544 15 1594 I I : == : : -.- lIMP PERWAPS I SJ4OULD
Trt-cont Corp __n_ 11 66. 6', I" MR.. ASA CLINTON KANABLE : : '
Edison. Public Service of N. J. TAKE CAB RIDE.
Analysis: ayaD- Twont C-Fos ____ 11 279. 21 274 I Services for Mr. Asa Clinton -j
able to Conservative American Water Works. Anaconda. I U Kanable. 'who died (
Investors. 79.
International Nickel. General UnIon Sag &; P 4 34t 33kg 3494 I[ Monday jJJ4C.AOL
Union Carbide __ 31 107' 106'. 107. [I night at his home. 235 King St.. ; -
Electric and Cerro De Pasco. Celanese Union Ott Cat ___. 11 224. 224 22'. | will be held at 4 Put Thursday in .e
touched a- 1947 high. in the I Union Pacific _._ = S 139'. 138 139's
CO.INVESTMENTS United Air Lines. __ 10 U'. 194 lOis the Fairchild Chapel. The Rev.
ALLEN 6c wake of a raised Quarterly but United Aircraft _n 12 111,. 111'. 194. |,I F. W. Avery will officiate. Burial
finished off 1-8 at 25 3-4. United Cit 8tGna'__ a II 41. II I will be in Palm Cemetery. i _
i United Corp 3.. 3
Bonds were narrow. Grains United Fruit -==== n 544. 5344 544.. Besides his widow. Flora Kana-

soft in the forenoon. pushed I United Gas Imp u_ 2 21 21 21 ble. he is survived by one. Dr. II
ahead Umtrel M & M __ 15 1
E. L. Kendrick at the last. h 1616 16
0 S Gypsum ___h 7 10134 11II 10154 R. H. Kanable of Basin. Wyo.. and -- eo..
Manager Wheat ended up 1-4 to 1 1-2 U 8 Ind.. Chem __ 1 44 44 44 one brother. Wilson Kanable of f
511 Metcall Bld Tt\ S-277 cents a bushel corn 1-2 to 1 1-4 U 8 Rubbu _n__ 11 4"'. 44 44'. fI _
1 and oats unchanged to up 3-4. Cotton I U 8 Y Steel. ___n_ -U 12 7094 7H. ,, Howard Mr. Kanable County was Ind.a retired grove I 4FI ANO6 Oft __

yielded 90 cents to $1.35 a bale. I i Tic Chem Wk,-_ :2 48 Vi 48 4094I owner having lived most of his

I In the 'curb Aluminum Goods I Walker (H) O W 2 205.. 20 Vi 20Vi I life in Orange County. I
I Mfg. hardened on a boosted extra. Walworth I
I Co 3 10 9'. 10
GRAHAMPAIGEMOTORS In the plus ranks were Colts Mf g.. Warner Bros P ci2 14'14 14'. ]I MRS. PEARL JONES

Lakey Foundry. Elliott Co.. Mc- I West. Ind Sue. --- 1 23 /. 23'i 23"We.t ,. I Mrs. Ella Jones. 70. mother of >-
On Tel A ,__ II 24%! 24V4 245. [
Williams Dredging and Consolidated WesUnc Air Br ___ is 35*. 3H. 35 V428V. Russell R. Jones of 625 E. Central =:=
CORP. Textile. Turnover here Westlns Lieu; ____ 21 284, 2n. I 1 ;or:
was Wheeling 8teef Ave. died at her home in
_-. 10 43''*. 43 43*.
140,000 shares versus 120,000 in White Motor .__ 10 27V, 27 27\. I Hartford City. Ind. yesterday. 1 =

the previous session.PUNNED Wilson Willys-Overland& Co _____ 25 7 U"9V4. 9 '*\. I She is also survived by her husband -
4% Convertible Debentures I 13V 13 3/ 111
Woolworth tFWI 24 47V 46'. 41 Pearl Jones of Hartford
I I Worthing VToun.st P & M 1 58 58 58 j I' City. 1I IT1!

Profits of farm equipments INCOME z Sh A T 13 III68% 69H : MRS. L. M. SLITTER I

strengthen posi- Zonite Final Product total __d 2 60*. 60*. 60*, i Services for Mrs. Ramona LouIse -

tion of senior lien now selling PROGRAM yesterday 650,000. 1 Sutter wile of Dr. L. M. Sut-

at sizable discount. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK ;" ter. who is on the staff of the
I CHICAGO CP> tUSDAJ Hogs 8.000. ..Ilorida Sanitarium will be held
Moderately active. steady to mostly 2Sc
: -
." CURRENT YIELD/ higher compared to last Friday averages. from the Eiselstein-Wigginton I 7WE OJ A ,L. liiK,
Memorandum on request j Sows 25c to SOc oil her. Good and choice Home for Funerals Thursday at 2 :iTUkE Ii

5 to 5K2% top hosa 28 180-240 00 paid Iba.freely.27-SO-28 Hogs 250-270: practical Ibs. j p. m. with the Elder L. C. Evans A 41i'l V'1O SisO AE5lcaY

_ Write Research Dept. F 265021.2.280300 Ii,. 25.25-26 25; 300- I officiating. Active pallbearers will >f PTEAD cc lEEttKE I
330 Ibs. 24.75-25 SO. Good and choice be Paul Collins. Hugh Turner. Da- ;1.1;I itAN' E
sows under 350 Ibs.
Inyturt ./ nr ftmjt Fltndt tint O ii,. 22.00-2350. 4OO-450 23.SO-24.7S Ibs. 2075-2250.35O-400 i jvid Deerwester. Eddie Wright. :I

Cattle 19.000. calves 1.000. Fed. steers I Howard Wheeler and Leightoni :
AlucLct') and heifers steady; trade closed strong on
& strictly sood and choice i .
Top 35 OO. paid
KSTABUSHEP 1S6S STAN COMSTOCK for strictly choice 1.323 Ib. steers next | Mrs. Sutter died Monday in
highest 34.75. Choice steers. and heifers ;
Sanitarium. Besides her
5ew iwi liwh -r' 1-- 33.00; helter 30 50. Moat good and choice
4-oHcr ktiimi ad..,,, steers 27.5Q.3. 50. broadest demand lor husband she is survived by two
26 WALL STREET ; PIMM. 5-.T.Mye, OS MXeptewatinc weights more than 1.100 Iba. Stock cat- daughters. Rosanne Louise and i11tr
tle scarce and firm; cows weak. to SOc rnC
ORLANDO. FLA. ; 0" I lower; good beef cows and canner and Dorothy Jane Sutter of Orlando ;

VgLCPMONCi SIS4-SI.I cutters showed least. decline. Good Western her mother. Mrs. C. B. Stephenson
cows to 3100 cutters 16.75 ,
down. of
.T. PETEISIUIO TA..A Jacksonville three sisters. Mrs.
py ases.MOM. : T. Kstssa O Bowks. 1st. Bulls 25-SOc lower with practical top ,
OA.AOOVA FT. LAU0500ALIOIANoO 1900. Veafers. steady at 2400 down. F. B. Cothren of Madison. Tenn..

LACIIASID DII LAND Heater K.A.I.D.Duteaa Sheep 2.5OO. AU slaughter classes. active Mrs. L. M, Stephenson. Orlando I

GLEAR WATER I' BMC. TU.i 3S-6Oc, good higher and. choice lower native grades Spring advanced lambs I I I and Mrs. Katherine Wilhelm

more. Slaughter wes. and yearlings. about Jacksonville and four brothers .
SOc higher good and choir. -IlAtive Spring C. G.. C. H. and C. C. Stephenson. v I -
lambs 24.00-2425; top 24 25. Medium %, TwArAcPL4EuA5; ;C(TFLEW IN HERE ; wi'FuLl. '
ELEVEN YEARS cood native lambs 20 75-23 75: most i all of Gainesville and G. B. Stephenson MIA ON THS OOHt>OZ
OF common

Combination VreUu Blind culls down to 14 00. No Western Springs '9 ,TH6 REID tOSS CWW1A IT WOULD K SO EASY fU. 1114 'IXIilK,' Fofoill 142 MgtN4IIOW CAW THEM MOST 200 WLEt..

Awning anti Shatter off.red. Few decks mostly good yearlings i MR. W. O.: THOMPSON ;or: l4Eterg)4cwwllaRsl14a ,TO rasx rr our IN TKS MO MATTES HOW LITTLE MANY MIl. 01T11E PCIW A 0206 ON THE t W WITH J
1125-19 50 two yearling just .
; cars yarded.Two
loads medium to toed 125 Ib. Western !, Services for Mr. William O. o OLD 2MAN CDNCCe CAME carra.oi'sug dA4 $$4 coiMw.dcrMg EriJZP1 T-aip... Twc 3tW1( AT 1142 CgNTgg

..... 8.00; good and choice owes. Thompson who died Tuesday at ; FECA\THAT PICKEP V? HAFfY XSS AS 11114... T145&VliN.3 5AL4 -AND 4 S WtlATWilE-f*
( \ notable- more than 0 50. Common and I his home. 438 ,
lWllm medium native ewes. 7.0O-7.SO. N. Garland Ave.. zc ; EASTEZANPMME.JOWaS I
--. { will be held Thursday at 10:30: zw

a.m. from Elselstein Wigglnton!

U.LbI wa.DII.! Home for Funerals. The Rev. A. '

I )I V. Howell will officiate. Interment -

i f FLORIDA APPLIANCE & SUPPLY INC. O !WSWT! will be In Greenwood CernI lEI

r Formerly
Dome InsaUUoa Ct II bow I
.l Mr. Thompson had been a resident -

I DAYTONA 953 ORANGE WINTER AVE. W1NTEE ****. ITA spoc Cost bat s tnfl. _ of this community the last t tf

I t J070 "lO' PAJUt ORLANDO.M90 WfflIifs1iM1 j(1a.135 years coming here. from Geor-. I

---- I Besides his widow. Mrs Gert-

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12. Lost and Found I|I 19. Services Offered I 19.: -_Service Offered 30. Good Flares to Eat 1 33. Articles for Sale I[ S3. Articles for Sale I 33. Articles for Sale. (! ranbn! Stntil'WED. f

I. Classified WATCH LOST Ladies lapel reward. 0 CLAY ROADS BUILT-Also lime rock i POWER LAWN MOWER repaired WHEN PLANNING a banquet wedding ATTIC VENTILATION SYSTEM '0
Telephone 5104 between 8 am. paving with surface treatment. i and sharpened. Diaseler DRILL .PRESS-Power tools maton. SEPT. 3, .
: reception birthday or dinner Cool by cooleaire Complete: installed air compressor. Cheap 227 E.Scu'h 0,. GAS RANGES-City or bottle gas. 1
an-! 3pm. Work guaranteed. Bomb A Stimp- Co 2309 N Orange. 9716. party call bongwood Hotel. Long wood, : In your home with no down StDRINKING walt bleSs broiler. Waiter J. Wj -

\ A'IMSRMA4-2O EP: n IS. to son, Inc. Phone 7849. PIANO TUNING ami repairing. Quality 13 for suggestions and prices. payment t6 80 per month. Modern: MX. electrical supplies since 1936. 33. Artklej tor Sate

25. dj!-"o\.l1t on waves Limited CONCRETE"SERVICE AI I!,.nftl. 418 N. Orange: 2-2514. FOUNTAIN -Kelvinator. -
-Floors rewfs.drtvewayt. workmanship at reasonable prices
( Sentinel-Star time only Five experienced operators. steps and walks. The FuiIy guaranteed. Call 5300. Assoct- 31. Good Things to Eat ALARM CLOC1W, watches. automatic rbjermostat. Bam- GAS ENGINE-Foose 100 B. P. typeT OIL RSATsTRS*-Fuel ofl complete
with valve !
by Hardware. 181 W. Church.DOORS ronstan or out-
t Want-Ad Phone 64EDGEWATER! best In tcC.ke vertical. 4 cylinder Western lerl
Rat engineering workmanshipand aied Store for immediate servsce.ATid $2 75: wrist Tax per side installation : makes and
". Dalu DR.-BEAUTT SALON material free estimates. For =House-painting.la Iii ORANGES. Orantes Ornges' Plenty included in all prices. Herttan's Loan -Any U e. Screens 'we spe Eectric Co specifications. KS 5401. i sixes..I J79 99 and up Knox Stores 4
25e lI.r line concrete work of all kinds call 780 at Leon s. We deliver. Phone 4233 Office. 2'7 W. Church !' Also one 166 KVA. M KW. TM RPM.
Minimum chaL S6 50 up Special. Permanent com art. conserve your money improve 50 claUse in store fixtures All kinds Co E Pine 2-3163
Sundi ;1'e.: Ail i lines beau'y' culture Evening or 9533. Buchanan Concrete CoCONCRETE your borne, paint safe with Stanleyp. w CentraiTLJRK.EYSPtaesi of mill work Pine Castle Variety SID volts. 3 phase. 3 wires. 60 cycle % Phoe '

30e pet lne appointments Hilda MOD!" FLOORS" chive-ways" curus. call Z-39JO,, for estimate "inafityr'SOe-m "ib.Falmlla ALLIS-CHALMERS Power units now Works. Ph. 2-237S. alternating current ra.1th P.WeT-Sest $ -f pit Prewar
Minimum charg available Immediate achier complete associated accessories Ph MC8OLAOBTOR& .
too prices.
J Conseeutlve Dan lk un. 2-3193 steps flagstones. Thirty REFRiGERATlON SERVICE-Far dependable Poultry Farm phone stock from smallest to largest. DOORS-Snws 2 0" X 6'8" and t'4" x houae paints S your specifications.9f .
It I Conn"IIU.e a years In business. Free estimates.C service call 6236. Rill 5927. Also Farm Tractors. General Truck Traveling batT Brown
V., IS" line ada, 14. Beauty Parlors 6'8" 1 panel: 3'9" x 76". l i 5 M before von Buy; .'
'count ATeage Worl I Itne) N. Nidi. Winter Park 469. Williams- IF YOU WAftr REAL tree ripened & Equipment Co 2319 McRae: 9609. panels: and a few odd doors. AU special 111 line c01ldl.IoB. Ph 2-0346. 34 reliable paints. Southern alp

t Single 1 Nataon.1 tOut of Statel ".t. GENE S BEAUTY SHOP-Batk to CLOCKS REPAIRED Also-watches RADIO Rii"iiis.kWict technicians avocados from "bn4e d tree drive iTQua-Jbt. a ad art piema." prices. Mills and Jlebrl a. E H.rYard. Glass Co ZOO w Church ;

3 innrtiens see t>er im. school s edalL All waves reduced. cameras musical instruments and while you wait. Daily pickup out to Pine Castle. turn left at first Rare oistts. Jere Beery. 11 Ma- tftRE-l-TZ SET-Blonde ok buffet. HOME PRECZeHS RWVtnatwr.

& I Censeeutlve Days 25e line a day f hone BR86 204 South Main 8t. accessories. Salisbury a, 2003 Edce- and delivery service satisfaction church go east abowt 1 mile to sign ruder Areawe.APAOTBtEMT china close' 4 chairs extension no. available at Bunby Hard- n-s SUPPLIES-Wte-oV
< Consecutive D., lee toe guaranteed Cal! "Scotty" at Stilts on lawn. 'ffliantbargrr." Kelvmator Department 102 hi.
a day It* .StTOPJSEAL7TS.Jor. -i water Dr.CLASING. ; table Oodtt condition Mesh vanity ware.
: N. nationally advertised Glid-
Minimum 356 Orsage
Electric .
r. 3 General store. COTTAGE
lines equipment.Cottinrte
E Washington Ph. 9'2S! Back ta AND PRCSSING CashVd dre8ll1Sbllt.. Simmons day bed. W Church. _
"dvrUe Ave. Phone 5942.REPR1OERATIbS kttehen with refrigerator.
.. luftt.d to not if, school; sprriali M 50 Creme oil permanent carry prices will save you 32. Articles for Rent spring and rMtfreM. single bed. bent ixiR.Cf.IPpg5s Profw-rfwnal. d.s-
ua Imm.j.. ef .n. ..ro. In 2or $5 OO. ene week only. moor,. Bring us four clothes. Superior SERVICE Cdm- range MM aid .. heat spring and mattress odd chairs Can bind type hair clippers 82.75. B0-Pre Brtstle. A
the.r aa. a. the Sentinel.Star .II R'Y'S- All typei Cleaners. 214 Boone St. I merclal and household repairs. BULLDOZER for Rent-Central Fla ers. aewUBg systems both gas 8. between 16 a m. and 7 p.m 3319 Bumby Hardware 162 W. Chnreh.HKATERS < up KsStor.
bs napon..ble for OnI. ono inoorrect BEAUTY PARLOR- :I Good work charges reasonable Fertuson Contractors call Winter Park 510 oil. Mofferh Appliances Inc.. N. Clay St.DESKSNew. 2 E. Pine Fnene
insert.on. Permanent waves. Pre-heat and CONCRETE FLOORS etc We form" Refrigeration Service. Ph. 9752. or 123FLOOR Orange: 2-2514. -Radiant type, city gas. O 2-38
". An cold waves a specialty. Dial 4222 pour and finish concrete floors need. Priced fromS37.5O Also one to fit Into fireplace. Orlando PO0LTRY NETTING Garden and
start In The Orll 41. 38 East Pine. One place only. ROOF Instilled SANDI.-Eqerand- AIR CONDITIONER ton! Fair- r yard mail galvanised
: Morning SenUnel driveways walk and steps. Per price to Florida BusinessEmiipmeot -Appliance Co. 216 1' Orange t t.
:: In both The and are pruned estimate call 2-02M. Dunham Concrete Patching and 2-1255. er. All new. Arnold Faint Store. banks-Xorse Used only 1 seasontsnd.itidfl Co. 3M N. Orange Ave.. Ave Phone 4331.HO3'WATEIt tl. 1a. C
Sentinel Red the Roofer Phone
and The 15. Schools and Instruction Co. 407 S. Orange 2-3786. guaranteed. $1 25O. Phone 5454. 33 9217.

;. dlle. EVnun Star on the lime RETTOftK.. ROOFLNQFree-estimates.3 JeW FLOOR SANDERS New Atherlcn''B' 2-1809 BJ ATZRS-3. 6. 10. 20. PtTMFS. efcctrtr deep sad shallow
Driveways steps. DA V PORT and matching chair" 30 and 40 gaovo capacity. OrlaadeAppliance
:: The BALLRO DANfl.-JO All type*- walks floors. septic' tanks. U- oM pay. Work guaranteed. Roll. new edger. Reasonable rates.C. well. E ,rl1
W.nt-Ad aim HtoMc coffee Co- inc 210 N orange
from Department I. open aDPointmcnTs. Private lessons on.7. rri.vd. bended. Southern States Floor shingles or built up and asbestos R. Burke 1805 S. Bumby. 7851. and as :as 85 =
< 8 nulots: FaQM 4331.Th'tA36PSElectric.
JO am. table 2029 Ate
Sundsy to 6 p.m. dally Can Jane Dlckson. 2-0428 for appoint Co. 8T14 or 2-2206 for estimates siding. Smith & Sons; 4M8.SEFTtt BEVERAGE COOLER-. many -
.' 9 to 12 a m men-. : fiHKS'instaOiedrsute approved FLOOR abo DROP-cLOTRS-sa. te in 00 and HI 5-rell flash- Winter Rd ,
\ day Deadline for Sunday Paper Satur BALLROOM naC1iom DRY CLEANING We employ only 600 ga). capacity. See our cabinet .nder and floor polisher. Polished aluminum with stainless tarpaulins. $1500 and $16.58.hmth -khts. batteries railroad lanterns. Orlo Vista. Orlando: phone 7087.
noon. 1t"J'doff'a 04w.. 254 Kalit1. 2-2821. .
Haw .2524 Kahi.HOME
Prlva'e lessons only. Call Jane skilled. experienced help; and tanks on 17th 31. West of praaaeBlossom steel trim for lasting beauty ana Lumber Co. N Orange and WickoK- PAINT- ilvej a beaotUwI
You Can Place Your DI'k?on. 2-O428 for apuilntment. modern machinery. Try us. MaeDvff Tr.; 2-4519 Hagen-Maeller. TTPEWRITER RENTALS Special long wear. Disappearing doors that Railroad.DEWALT. FREEZER New, Estate 6 plaster Wh finish. it at Kills
Cleaners. 204 Ridgewood. corner slide iota the cabinet wit of the way cubic ft. Regular price. 836*. Closeout S
Want-Ad by TelephoneDial PATRICIA BRYANT Speech Studio. SEWING for girls between the-itr.a monthly and quarterly fates. Check POWER SAWS Al "Parks and Nebraska.
Rosalind. Phone 2-1088. can be removed completely fer o $195. Natural Gas and
: 915 Palm with George Stuart. 13 S. Main St.. or sale price
radio. 2 and 19. Mrs. Scott.
4161 Training in diction speech phcne 8155.TYPEWRitERSAlt. cleaning or loading. Two extremely planers Sail saws dribs. Lagan Appliance 1249 1'. Orange. !
public speaking and dramatic courses. DBEDOtNG and water front work. Drive. ____ large heavy duty copper coils with metal lathes J D Pease. telephone t tOJtaaW1Y i:1. e
Enroll] now Courses open Sept. 15. boat houses and docks. Do you SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED and makes also a5ing < 1'i-ln. centers and aluminam fins Mount Dora 3153 HOT WATER H inR--I"ew Packard Mills sad p.. .
evenings. need low land fills and fine bath- 'able top Electric 13 gal. fast
Ph 2-4374 afternoons or cleaned. State
approved. years machines by week month.
10. or
for greater heat absorption gives
Baby Sitters_ Child Cue SCHOOL"OF"REAL-ESTATE practice. ins sandy beach which will drive out in business Altermatt. Cal 6730 or Office Equipment Exchange. SrnlthCooca maximum cooling to an parts of the recovery 2000 watt element. S7S 118 PAtST-$ 50 !.I. wtai*. debit for

for Brokers and Salesmen.Classes tne snakes and moMUitos? Contact 7571 for service. Agents. 320 S Main St : 8850 cabinet aulctly and economically. ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS Ad- 5._Yale. _.__ S4 90. Other AoKdd Pat
Prepare _ -- -- '
BEnT HARRIS PLAY SCHooL- Sent :3 applications! Correct Craft Inc Pine Castle Boat miral. 7'2 cu ft dual te-mp. 2 refrigerators i SS-EiSctrtal dial central: Ptore. 407 S. 2r3T86.POMPS. .
start FEPUCAleRSCte&ned. everything hea
Construction 2-2465. TOOL RENTAL Paint sprayers"sil!- No defrosting necessary. -
Co )
Aces 3-6 "oun 9 U1 11 30. app -mut b" made beiore that da'e See- pumped and hauled P. J. Burke. Walter J. WQeex Inc. 61 E. Robin m one. food special price $5 '5. .n Nebraska POW MOW5.-.Cll5to5. 4 rid..
--- --- bench-saws sterilamp protects your
Delaney Park Dr. 5253.nThTT rf.r\- at Sfho
ANS CHILD caFc By day. a.tlon assistance; 139 E Plne St.. wiring Call 4514. Miller Willis. Route 19. Box 231. 2-0678. and mlsc! Young's Tool Rental 100 and the transfer of odors INLAID mOL- Installed on power 0. Orlando Wel-
week Ph 65116 Electrical Contractor. maps taken W the saeplT Is floors .. Call Avooyan. IBI. phIliP'
or hour In my home KxcelTOTlded. DEMOdSCD trimmed Washington. 7323. You will have to hurry
ipit' care 103 E Harvard: 16. Travel InformationWE FLOOR: SANDING-aI Spe- down. Full Insurance. J. B. Hauchtcn BOAT and _t.er. 14 fr. Marine United. Walter J. WUcox. 61 E Rob- 2501 Edgewater Dr. Phone 2-1215.-
2-3296 eialiie Pentra-Seal treatment. 20 S2'. S. Summ rlin. Ph. 9777. 33. Articles for Sale plywood and 10 HP Johnson. A-I !10mg. Pounded 1936. U R.MYT-tni d and
condition. Third house right off WELLS-
PREACHOur TREE cTDds-F l on free demonstration. WAn
PRACTICE WHAT WE m. experintee. Modern ecn1pmenLWork SWiGERY-Ail
SITTER- blefor-* i extends ALARM CLOC'KS-"S ntlae!" electric Winter Garden Road on CottateHUl. ; Several types Florida Business
.. "Vacation Tour cuaranteed. Licensed. Prompt trimmed or removed. Dangeroustrees ELECTRIC FANS E.1
and 3 Na 38m
806 W. Winter T.r.m Live in lc>nlty of trom now untJ Oet lt. Call for ', service. C. R. Burke. 7MI. our specialty! Pine trees re- alarm. S5 plus tax Knox Stores at Kelvtnater Dept.. Bnmby met Co.. 390 N. Orange Ave. I'lone Comptete. dawn William piyaenl.
Park ntka Oakley 5$
Ave ta
call par.
Thursday.BOARD in person Winter Tours then. Orlando Travel FLOOR R SANBlNd-Finishing.. Beautitm moved cheap. Lou cleared. Licensed Co 25 E. PIne Phone 2-31113 SbAT-!e* 14 ft cypress boat Tel? Hardware. 163 W Church._ .N Garland. 6333.

: Agencv. floors don't happen, they bonded J. F ? "'on. 116 Irvin: AIR CONDrilONUKJ 0NTTS -2 port _phone Z-7WKn._ 8 yder.- BOG BEATBHS" dish pane. atueL KITCHEN CANS-White en.me step

room loving care fordill-I have to be mace Call 2-1255 for Phone 2-1147 __ able. Carrier and R Inator Suitable and pie tins. The Fair on cans. $75 and Knox
; dren. Large and Moving BOAT-Fine Northern made. 16 ft. muffin Stores Co 25 Pie Phcns23163.Kfl'CEEBWAREAlunilntlm. .
playgrounds. Day, 11. hauling estimate. TRACTOR SioWlRO-Discing. plowing for cooling office priced reasonable. 19 West Church Street.
sailboat.. Oootf tails.u Store PIANOS Fin grands restoring
week month. 702 Phone 5296 5633. Monty Cat
E. sawing. or
Michigan; 20644.CHIUJ FLboR SANDiNa AND f'FiNisHiNa scooping terracing 5 piece
stclavay smMtoB. Moaarca.
Price 1100.
original -
ALLIED VAN LINES. ViC.N.t1on'slarrst Paul E. Hiatt. Cheney Hwy Rt. 4. s some repairs. ELECTRIC n"ON5-AlltolllaUo eon- Clearing stock at 8795set.
CARE service. Modern equlp- ar-utility Ellis. ., set. ent Howard and Sttrct. email six, wair.ut -
tour day or week movers ol household goods mdrr Orlando. Coun'y. 1910.1.12iR. GARAGE cost S500. Contact trOt CnlTersaU Prpctwr. Samson.Buill" Also other appliances ..1clearance
t Aha Dortmn'e power unit. Established finish.
boarded. ; mahogany and monterey
Supervised play Fidelity Storage & WarehouseCo. building. 12x20. Aluminum frame College Garage Winter ParkRURAST in w. Church.
Call Hardware
well-balanced diet. 776 S. Pennsylvania long 1935. Skilled workman; licensed SERVICE New ground and siding. Overhead door. Special prices. Orlando APpU.u. Terms if desired trade-ins accepted.Robinson's .
estimates on your
: Winter Park Ph. 278liNY distance. for free 56-61 W. JacksonSt. bonded; Insured. Stevens Floor Surfacing plowed lots leveled. Contract or price in one only. Mills and Nebraska. SET-$*: baby wishcT. Co. 210 N. Orange Ave. Phone 4537. 931 N. Orange.
moving. Co. Phone 658S hourly rates. Phone 2-1U3. 333: end .*, tl: ice bos. SS: : LAMP SHADES Farccment and silk. "
,:":. TOT DAY NURSERY-Mrs. W Phont 2-3184. TRACTOR WORK-New ground ALUMINUM MOCLDISQS. trtrtunine; electric neb S35' tables 82 50: G All sizes and styles. Johnson Elec- FtTMFS-For she rarsi or h au. Big

R. Corbeau. H. N.. Ph. 7687. 319 AERO MAYFLOWER TRANSIT CO. FLOOR SANDING Finishing. clean- lo..te. dirt mos.0*, l.nclscUIn. and sink runs.. 20% .t!. Southeast E. Washer large refiiceraiiar. 5 piece ELECTRIC RANGES-For immediate Iris Co.. 23 E. Church. ant Uttle. new add used. See oarstock
E. Rollins Long distance moving. Call Joiner ing. waxing. Exclusive agent far maple bedroom set. 1051 R. farm Ac Home Machinery
: W. Amelia delivery. "
Ph 911M1 or WInter P.rt 130.-W. Steel Sales Co 100 ; :I Orllnd"I EXwN N. proven
Tan and Storage service for Iree Flor-Co Sealer which guarantees perfect 21442.ANTIQCE. II Ave. I 1- MWES.nd Co.. 430 W. Robinson.
: EXPERIENCED CHILD CARE 3 estimates: also local moving storage satisfaction to you who desire UPHOLSTERING: SERVICE'Try oar I Electric cooking at tig beet Fait c."U 103 W u p.t.. BIb PIANOS-.Received lull load xecundltlgatd -
years up. Special rates for hour packing crating and shipping Quality Lasting. Orlando Floor Sari new method of renewing your fur BOILERS. 10. 20. 23 H-P fih& cJeau. thrifty to sec. 11 get Hardware. uprights ca inclttdingSnaM.

day or week 2-0155 or 2469. 1400 S. Division: ph. 7188.fiii3iSDfiIViRTS i lacing Co. Established since 1925. niture. Our process eliminates .rand AND MODERN farnrtare :. sJ'ret used boilers. Alas otttttt. meals In root cwmMrt with an electric ,' LCMBER Overhead garage doors 5rais er,
\ ii ; 18O9 N Orange Ate phone 7836.titRNrrVRE locks springs la glace for life. at auction Thursday Equipment Co. 1890 r._ Flamcteaa electric beat h.rda"medicine c.btnet irohmc GwAfinsen and l-ampH

: 11. Special Notices : '&73. light moving' and hauling; REPAIRED reflalshed. Open for I11S C'elon" Russ Mittress Following Is a partial rJi7f1 N. Oranle.B. cewks the toM not the eoe/k. b.rds. many otb Callus up. Wl rent. o '& 531 11.
CO. 1122 W. Church: 2-2213. used furniture offered for 'his sale have it. Phone 55. .
toad iniurfd: reasonable rates alois CIIA1I1-bldisls ourn- Or
every upholstered. Pick delivery. _
UP. ..
AilANDA BRADFORD-Ps.c:1 read- ; CFHOLSTERISU Svers, refmishing. mAkes chdlt and table Walter .. WUeox. Inc.. 61 E. Rsbinscn. Pine Castle ft
TRUCK SSHVIciTop seal Paul's Reralr ShoP. 2611 East Washington libation POSTS cypresa. 2 to
\ Ins: circle 2:30 Tnes. 561 West Columbia : DUMP fill dirt delivered.! Write H. A. Street: dial 2-1168. { We call without obligation.VENETIAN A beautiful lath Century period solid rpUert Ateoat Founded 1936.EL1CTH1C UBER-lU to b1 finish Ir.5 f 815 f to 5-
: Ave.; phone 2-2331. Lockhart. Fla. Artcraft. interior Decorators. 2280 mrtoaany bedroom suite eocsist- Cb netl: Both SIS. 2316 S $. M up w lt lasts. 31d $25 nt Winter
: Bray. POBox 102. GUTTERS AND IIOWXSPOUTS-.u ''w Chilr"h. 2-0006 or 2-2353. Ing of the following pieces: highboy Mills. 1 stock window. metal lath plaster. bu\C b. .
Phone County 33-R-12. i stalled. Also sheet metal work of i dresser with banging mirror twin Ctoate out an rcinforcing phone 575.. Pine I Park. J

t I FDLFORD TAN ft :YrCOa. i any kind. ventilators chimney hoods Lowest prices.BLINDS Best-Made!services.like Call new beds night table innenprlnc mattresaes BKD-Hollywovd. Rasa custom bunt electric fans FANS at-.d.al *cart of $7 Castle mr Hard.ae I LTW'WatePW( Or. aa.b
PHOTOGRAPHER3 coil This in H-ic. 4x16 tt4 5x14 .
Part loads wanted to etc. Phone Winter Park 409 day. Or- and double springs. Innerspring aattrtaa and DOS and Beating
Adam Ph. 9558 919 W. CentraL Or- and General Coottn* LAWN AND OARDES -
'Dark room for rent by the hour. cago or Clev-land. Ohio. Phone 5266 lando 2-O077 night. Dnnnagan MetalCo suite must be seen to be appreciated sprl as. -Like new. 732 Brookhaven up. Pine Castle Boat ConstiucUoa
i SOc per person. Complete with en- for tree estimatM. 133-5 K. Main.1 1006 W. Fairbanks. Winter Park. lando. Sla.iEijAN. Bought In Chicago 4 months Dr Pb 12482iiikciCs 48 W. Central. 2-4142. Lawn mowers hose svriBkters. Co.. phone 22463.PAINTNew
__ line of har\i toott. H. H
larters printers washers. dryers ELECTRIC TOASTERS. irons. Master complete
BLINDS manufactured at
for 875. Beautiful sofa nile
ago received."Watson" .
BiRO-S al-movi12 W shipment ,
ltNbLLi With 8-lfi. combination Hardware Co 22O S
etc. Ph. 2-1741 for reservation.Helm's HOUSES WASHED Screen and 1blnat10ns. Jut
See about hot
lila Kuhl Are us Steen damask upholstered with slip Standard highest oualuyateide -
camera Shop. 112 storage rrating. packIng Also windows. Look like paint Jobs. saw blade no motor. S4O. 722Brookhaveft J' Church o-e.
; Bestaium basswood or cedar blinds. ccvers: wing chair golden colored Fair Store. whtleKjm Stores Co. 23 j
ter Dr.ADVICE. went for Delcher's Long Free estimates: work guaranteed Factory price or installed Call8OS9. damask with beautiful slip covers Dr.. ph. 2-8463. ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS 30 LAPD'Etts-Stp. straight exteh deb. j
Moving_506UacrSt.Dial4965.LONG" Call Antic!. 63Z8.HOMt BOAT IB ft. Chris Craft Ford Vconversion. Kitchen chairs foldIng L0.Phole 2-:1.
_ WASHING MACHINES" isEPAiREiJAll lounge chair with slip cover: maple and 40-gallon. also gas 3O-gallon ;
DISTANCE MOViNG All SERVICE Grnr.l repair makes. 24 hr. service and Osk. maple table: cedar chest: several Very fast. hone 8W6or water heaters. Bumby Hardware. chrome = and Nebrasja. PIPK-Portable t joint and blip

Psychic rcadln dill,. points. Packing crating local moving. -* New construction. Windows. pick up service Caldwen and Har fine sofas. Phllc console radio: 2-0686. _ _ 103 W Church.fleRtjMOtO1t50 "$1.55. tat irwve .n t lr.-..
I .Meetlnes. Phone 70U 44Va W Suddath Moving & Storage Co. screens and caulking service Licensed ris. 2213 Edttewater Dr College Park. 2 blonde end tables blonde coffee BED-Double be with bus a EV H.P. and east Steel Sales Co. 10 W.S- tion.W Owreh Flotilla .P \ t. 6
Church St. Rev. Cherry. 115 W.-Columbia- Phone 8154. arid bonded Dowswell! Ph. 9522 2-1972. table: walnut secretary: 1947 Prw and mattress. 125. 14j: t. 11rtel Barbour boat with trailer. Nelson l.. ph. 2-1442. _

EM1 TT VAN fetumng N.'T. points HOUSES WASHED by"Stelmitix ross ire box. like new: 6PI In t.Pd A-.e Le.sItcar. P1.. POWER tf Continental en-
ALICE, CARLIN-904 FlOrida Ball\ load reduced WELL DRILLI'fG--W are eoulpped bedroom smite, studio couch. 5-pc. Marine Mart. i : MOWERS-New *shiBment Hut and iadus-
ikj Building.Superfluous hair permanently ea route. Return process look different. Call Steami to drill hallow and deep wells. Any mahogany dinette suite drop leaf BATHROOM TILE in st-Proof ELECTRIC SWEEPER E.: Ex"cclient 3 models. 11995 and up. trial 5.c Pips ft

removed. Ph. 4406. Circle rate 7-3191 Br.i'erl. 243 W. 60th. N. T. 1 i Rouse Washing Co.. 2-3625. and let six up to 8 inch Ho water no a,. table: some steel tubular chain: also PiematUe All co r*MS cost treeestimates condition. t20. _Call 4907. Knot Stores Co 2! Pine Phone Supply Inlanl\.. -Church Strict.
"* ten* *"" .h,. Estimates tree.I Nothing down 36 months to pay I Ceotisl Sties. 2323N. 63
; many antiqae pieces and many other distillate and 2-316. Dial 6118.
FOR BETTER HEALTH use yj4 lIf I LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED Also 1 Belmany Well Drilling and Pomp articles too numerous to mention. Orange dial $46. E'fOL"ES-Gas andIndustrial : an dimensions. ru-
Products. 814 Metcalf Bldg. Fh.HOCSEW1VES1 18. Laundry Work i! lawn cutting service. Hanson-Dis- Supply Route 3'll1t' r Garden 1! BCTLDIMj story frame for si>. Diesel engines installations.for agricultural Florid Pipe WMER tid and edging

eup WACffiNOS AND IRONI1cOS-Flease seler Co.. 2309 N. Orange Ave. Road. Orlando. Fla Fh. 7887 ', A number of Oriental and Chinese'' reasonable. Telephone 3671 or 2513. Supply C. 630 W. Church. 611fL fine for she. chicken coops, len. PHORH-WI nrc n
-A cordial invitation : WASHING MACH E HEPAIHED-Afl ,: scatter rugs Apcpka. etc. OO M. Also 2-71.
_ furniture itthe
is extended to you by Bam_ Hardware tall 517 Pledlllot An.u. MATTRESSES RENOVATED-We aroi makes. Maytag official nerrlee. I BREAD BOXES 4-ptece cannieter FTjRxrrnRECsed wood barrels. \ .SO and up. 1401 i
If t. visit the : get-Ticca Uttered I i completely equipped to handle your Barton's next to Colony Theater. You will be delighted at the numerous BeU. garbage can*. Matched cheapest price. Glassware dishes Wa hin .b''XiMt :I work Mattresses renewed or made o curtains. draDiriM- blankets S tabletop -
display meA
eS now en .
m I winter Part 93. new piece or china onc.tJIrf coters. Wyckatt Hdw.. Ul4 Kuhl. LrvTsb ROOM SXJrfiE 3 piecei hf
to order for Inspection" Rasa other article ,
Open Mini
Department. This dream kitchen brae. vises etc., ia tAe art gas tI:1&" 42. 1417 8. Ceatraliw963..
ANTIQLT FURNITURE RESTOREDThe WELL DKlLtiNG-We specialize 1n. Wtrn- Garland. boudoir chairs ball tree. ru*. 850
nails your Inspection I Mattress Co. 1122 W. Church; 2-2213 aH available CAMP STOVESColenian. Oar and Furniture. 525 N.
at 102 W. for
Church Street. best workmanship In the South i MACHINE AiD small diameter deep welL 2". H4"and ers Gasoline irons and lanterns 5piecebreakfast lot.1! 1 Carolina Court. pbe PtfvFS- tIed; BtiiaUvn. idu
SHOP-Pipe auction. SPECIALS
public rUNE -
If off fed by Russ Mattress Co. 1122 3", Can InstaB wen and pump Wyckoffs Hdw.. 2524 Kuhl. Ft."RNI 9 a m. trial
2-127 t :
1 __
cutting and threading. Electric 0 set. 118 95: studio U.
S.pply Co.. ; ltPUKG
for FHA plan. Can writ F. F.
2-2213. Inspection.
W. Church "Open on or
NOT be ; =
responsible for material hard-
e ." 'IDd acetylene welding. Cohoon Machinery French. Long.'. Fla. Phone 6. : COM early make yntr selection and CAMERAS Revere movie cameras couches. 649 50. linoleum rue S4 95 LUEBlldnl
debts or checks contracted by anyone I Co. 138 W. South St. we win be delighted to pat any and projectors In tck. Mail orders and up Whltmlre Furniture Co 3O6W prices prompt and
other than myself. Signed. ALLISC iLYERS-SERVf iand OFFICE MACHINES REPAIRED-Oar < WATCH AND JEWSLRY REPAIR de- ;: article you cbooet tinder tile ham shipped same day received. Church livery P:5754 Pine CasUe g n Bipq and fittiaga.t

Brownie Kennel Shop. Olen T. parts: trartors and otTer units. service guaranteed. Check with I parUcent Pickup and delivery mer. Helm s camera Shop. 123 Edgewater FLOOR-FTJHHACE-City gas UM D A H4"; pipe trapg. S.re"* PltmblEt e
Brawn. Farm and Home Marhlnery Co.. 40 service. Reasonable price. Another Dr ires.) 1137 S. Av* w
Ph. t.ADDERS-Step-Straisilt and extension. .
George Stu." 13 S. Main St. phone 125'S. mo. Cost $128.90 sell for S75. lld
W Robinson: phone 2-2713. service at Mcdroy's Pharmacy. R. Ssdeco. Auctioneer. DcmUM Auction Co. N Or- Park. Ph. _499-M. .
MURIEL PARKER Spiritualist"i I | 8158. Orange. Ptwn 2-3186. CAMP STOVESCotematt", 2 burner 2-8346 304 E. Harvard. Sm. Lumbr
Readings daily. Circle Thursdays :i AWNINGS-Let us help yea with Sales Co. 733 wT church. gasoline camp Stoves. J1015 FLOOR FURNACES'-Both gas and ant> ._ RADIO PHONOGRAPH and attic lift
I Am. 2613 E. Washington St. your awiinc problem For treeestimates. FIANO SERVICING T. Kltson. 2-0156. KIlOs Stores Co 25 E Pine. Phone 2-2514 for estimate of MOtLDtcGS-PU11 line and for 28th Street telephone 4:I
the piano teennlelap- announces he oiL Phone n sJi.I501
can Mr. McGee at 9836.
MASSAGE Slenderising; also fer ,; Fiotlda Awning Co.. 432 S. HuaheyAC'Ei'VUflTE :! i is ready for boslneO. Not with his S HOUR DRY CLEAMNQ witS delivery ALJ8GMVM SCREiH WIRE Number 8-3163. complete installation for all size .' metal mouldln s. A lI"ten.'SI.th
o 1 REGISTER *128 Orange duplex. and small cot Lumber Co.: N.
Heurltia piano store to eH pianos. It CAClH residences
and ArthriUa: .. : and electric you service. Pecks QllaiitICleaners. 18 l ML 32 3S Inch. 48 P1&1403-.S8. AsadatM Before buyIng -
H06 W. Yale; 2-8818. Ladles only. j welding mills; to continue to tune and repair then Ph. 6055. inch. Swtttttart = sales Co., 100 Pharmacy 1124 E Colonial. isle Modern Appliances. Inc.. 428 Paljtiad. a piano. Wb guarantee to give

machine work en pomps saw for you with tM skill acquired bv W. Amelia teL 2-1442. COMBINATTOl* LOCKS For school N. Orange.FURKITURE._ _ _ MEAT CHOPPERS and slierrs. See Tt the largest trade la valua for your
OLD AT 40. 90 W-(& you're and road construction machinery: many years. Phone 381-M at 787An'emette : .ocfcers. SOc and up Knqx StoresCo SPECIALS-Larae mIte Hill I Williams. 1312 BrookhavenDrive present Hano. ElsIe sample Spinets
aluminum and brass easting. McKlnMa
tree traryt Tonic Thousands Table peppy"Pep at TO.bodies Os- *.* Works 131 w. Kale- Ave. Winter Park. LABQS PALMS. shrubs heavy objects 2S E Pine Phone 2-3J63. r.a\ wardrobe oil and gas I' __________ ___ from 8495 up. 10* debit deHverg. .'
lacking up ALARSt PAINTING *tctK-SpedaR 1 moved with derrick truck. '' eA KisroYES111& ree.l.aa piece dinette. Every piece MOVIE PROJECTOR MM Bell Associated cUres. 143 N. OrangoAre.
iron. For CEOCKS
many rundown feeling REPAIRED Aay :I ceilic and walls using flat oil Orlando l4srseries. call 780. ARC WELDERS LfhaBln Fleetweidrorls. large shipment. Bum, Hardware of furniture in stock reduced for I and Howell: a too several violins.Sailsburyjs.2003 Phone 6300.
men. women callold". Get kind of clock or electric equipment )vb Etarytaint for the wetfler.H ouick sale Jenkins Furniture Es- '
with each outside
r-aint. paint .
(I size today only 79c. At all druggists We fix everything. Barker Repair Best materials u.ed. Free estimates fiAKSti taSks-Anybody R. Wntlams Snfpiiea. eli N.dCAch 102 W. Chmrh chanee. 229 Boon St. 2379S.FURNITURE Edgewafer D ROOFING-Galvanised. S. 7. 8. andS
-In Orlando. at Walgrten's and Shop. 48 W. Central. Ph. 7696. M. Helfand. Unused. 2-4287. can fix them. Bat everybody can't St. Daytona Beaeb. Fla. Pb. CHRIS Cft A FT for Sale. $136O ean. = andd.. .P" MEAT-- R11mER1HP.W ft lengths. A parking apace al
Mcllroy's Pharmacy. ; APPLIANCES REPAIRED FanZ. fiBdtbem._ We find them. Ph. 5718. atio. Can be seen at Sanford Beat New prim. .n at Wilson Leonard Hardware.
: Works. Sanford. Fla. Contact Archie rash and save 10 to 15 per renton c.n 316 S. Orange Blwssem Trail.
EFENCER SUPPORTS IndlvldaaUy toasters irons and lamps. Ph. 5184Johnten PAMTERS AVAILABLE Free es purchase. Bas Furniture Inc 560.MARfBEQUPMEf

destined. 133 E. Washington.- Fh. ,: Electric Co. S3 E. Church.BtILDfltG. I I '! mates. Arnold Psltat Ster*. 407 S. Snitb.COHSER. _ Co your 615 W _Cbanh_St. Phone 58SO 1 h-P. Evln1 REFRIGERATOR Home PrMier.Tew .
PLUMBEJd INSTALLATION with glass! evftWnt
2-3506. Mrs. Warren. : REMOtiELING Oran&ephors.ej-3796. ART stmpLTjs-Rip boot ; ft.
6 Regular
and rffiRtBjl1"! nsucb withottoman. ( Estate.
Ph. built 13 ft. t> Trailer
UnfInished sn 50. rdr -
O. I PLASTER PATCHING by expert knee boots. *2 75; folding con.S295 dews. bat CUee out price tlBS.Maytag. .
D. Riddle bonded contrac an Also S2M. Ml*
really good piece. price.
WJ. KELLT. Registered ;i And Materials. Complete stock of t field jackets. $2 rain oats 2-0346 304 E Harvard. a included $
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Ph. Also Orlando Home 8279.50 regular
tor. 21 E. Central. 7560 and > minor repairs. colored aota and 6 cable ft.
medium rose '
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5 Church and Main Arcade. Phone 2-4631 roughing material and fIxtures.We Maintenance; dial 9"'. f 2 95. Many new items at law prima.Mepoans COoTElNO DTEWSILS Oood stock chmir. Excellent condlMon. All for Sapper Lake T price dose vat 8195 Natural Gas
346. guarantee prompt installation no 48 E. Ctaurrh
Salvage Store. stainless steel and
BtACHES AND FILL Service. FieC.etima3.a. waiting for scarce materials. EsUmates Lbtd"iPAtRED-Blll King -- aluminum $8O 41 N Glenwood St 2-265O., :' sad Appliance Oa.. It49 N Oraage.
TOU CAN STILL ride horseback at ; ATTIC FAS-36'' new $75. with 1-3 whit, enamel. KiMIa stores Co. 25 OU. RANGE-norence. Table top :
Crosby SMckin DredgIng cheerfully siren. Can 9869I for prompt guaranteed repairs.Phone R2RIGzRAttlul.-li.w, 9 K. electric.
poreelarn. 5 burner.
Farr s Ranch. W. are not closed Co. Ph.: KM7 fr 7.-3O gjn. I Libby ft Freeman. 711 W. Church 5059. Residence. ,17M Grand.RtJCS lIP Motor. Lawn mower S3 Ph. B PDt Phone 231.63.ovens. FTHHI'l UHE. TJSED-Walnut Secretary. delivery. Terns arranged.I".e.t.. Immediate delivery. Fertu$B Ba-

to ear 2-2324.phonenumber has been changed, BULLDOZER SERYtCE -"clesrlni. I UPHOLSTERY -CLEANED 2-0346. 304 E. Harvard. CAST IBO ORiDDLEB dutch *4958; 1eU cane back living 'I' Inc. Robinson. Fettnd- friaeratloB. 9 N. Terry: pa. B7Sa.
I chicken fryers. Skillets in 3 .Ik. 6 E
J grubbing and grading. Also pan Expert workmanship fast service AtJTOMATIC wurR'1 room sttitt. 129.30: coolerator ice j REFRIGERATOR eu. ft BerveL
12. Lost and Found work and palmetto rake. Phone PLUMBING SERVICE-West Central Guaranteed mothproofing service. Ph. Electric and gas. 10-15-30-40-gal hoes 'W.uerpr.&IOned. E Pine Phone 2-3jA.KnowStrv box. lap Ib. capacity. 839 SO: Fiber I e IJ.I 4-piece maple bedroom suite MiaeeUaoeo -
I 2-4427. J.r MurdochCONTRACT FlumUns Heating C... 13 N.Bryan 2299OKleenize Co. of Orlando. Circulating ail hester Horse and .' 25 closet. S4 9S: single innerspring mattress MOTORS Dealer for furMaaings. Scrap Umber.
Spark. From 37,000 to 70.06O DOOR Mifs- Rubber tire. 14x22rach 119 96: maple bed tamo. (8.93: OUBAD 101 W Pine. 88 i
LARGE BROWN envelop lest en BtnLOtlro ef new hones Day 2-2136. Night 7838. roCiiilY'SMU RN HOME repairs'Additions I> 1947 Flamoeau. JH and _
Orange Ave. containing discharge and repairs to homes and buildingof FAINT ESTIMATES ColOr sugresticns. roofing. Nothing down. B.T.U. capacity. $1.85. Also cocoa. mats. sewing rocker. 5.95. Hollywood bed.56 I It H P. Flambeau Salty I Service. BobrfSa-210 Ib. thick butt sfclng-'
papers and various other papers. 0 any kind. Repairs financed. T F Reliable painters recom 38 months to pay If desired. Phone Attic fans from 30 t. 48 in. Silent tl.75. Knox Stores Ca 25 E. Pine. complete. S30 Mather of ,t 81 W. WasalngtoB. P 25. Colors greed red. red blent.

Please return to Harry Abel lIMe W. Faliard. 133 E. Concord; phone 2- mended. Eaten. 6001. At OUddea'g. 9016 for estimate. All work guaran breeze fan. Phone 23113'vRriLPR E. Church. I 1 OUTBOARD MOTORS Also' Slate Wend also roll roofin all colors -
Rabinson.DOMT 4032. teed. We can make immediate delivery <' Shaper. band saw and 15 lb. felt McCormicfc RMl.
: service. Orlando Outboard
PAINTING by experts. Time and saa- and installation on all of the lathe electric FLOOR COvTRlNO-Congo-wan 50e : repair .
I jointer table saw. I 27O9 N Oraesa. im Co. Its 8. Di W n St. Ph. -.
'ORRY-bout a ne ACTIVE: BIO TIME MARKEt terlal. Dean can save you 25% to 30. Good riac.es to Eat above Items. mo:.rs. many other tools. 17 E. per lineal foot printed linoleum | M.r. _
Theater Motoa RADIO-New Crueler console all.-
Complete Wlllard and Reiser. TUlle At Qlid- OUTBOARD Znnruda 36
50' on any sized Job. Muriel 98e so.. yard also broadfelt. rJ
Job If you need work. A' for buyers sellers. satisfaction assured. Phone 8923 and block colonlaltown. Phone 5136.AIRPLAHE _ elene. _ bit p. Simplex starter full r..nr.' matic phonograph com el tattoo*
CLOVER GRILL Excellent food. cabinets.
DOORS whitp pine: Can bought far charges CentralTruck
Eerfeet eoadltten. Phone be
Sentinel-Star Work WantedAd renters and swappers: Meet ask for Gray __ Reasonable prices prevail at this MODELS-Complete stock I I screens. 'wf chairs custommad*; GAS RANGE-"Grand." white porcelain ,i 2-1177 Lines. 1403 W Charen. 5

quickly contacts your your need-filler by phoning FAINTISG9xl2 room, ceiling ana high: class restaurant The best foodin models and accessories. HO-O all types of woodwork. Orlando finish. Standard size now :i iiS l staves. tk1cludr ,
I wa'' = $12. using flat oil. Low rate town the cu.omers' say. Try us". Railroad: boats. racing cars. Model Woodcraft Industries. 1500 W. Wash available at Bumby Hardware 102 burner [Continued On Next I'agei
new boss. Dial 4161. 4161 today. -.. 102 W. Chsrck.lJuTAM1MTE.55 .
n1' : M. Heland! 2-4287. 7 S. Court suppJes Haley's. S14 N. Orange. 6668. ington. W. Church. H.rdwae.

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( ruttntt I 37. Fertilizers and Soils | 47-1. Rental Aa.ndt POOR PAB AUNT HET I 51. Houses for Sale I I IKALEY 51. Houses for Sale :51. CLOSE IN-.La'se Adair. Two
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PAGE 12. WED. SEPT. 3, 1947 BIGGER LOADS of better dirt. For I LANDLORDS will supply you I CLAUDE CALLANI I QUILLENi SCHOOL $5250. concrete block construction. Casement d.. i prewar I both. .
prompt service can Lee 2-0793. I I desirable tenants free of charge B ROIR room furnished home. Price I screened Lot room. Bur 83Sw C n Mr. Brit
i' Down payment 1150. Slayton. Real- windows prh ProbaWy I I 2-4642. J A. L. Obio Real Estate.
and obligation. Just pbon. your
COLD SMOKE kills army or u i x 140. Price S473O. down nrOdUtf. : .
[Cont. From Precedinr Fate chinch bugs in lawns and worm vacancy. Gardner Real Estate A.en tor. 32 E. Pine; 61. 5 easy 1120. of D 106 S. Court.LANCASTER
Gld .
'I make quick comeback. The best Iras, cy. 29 8. Court St Phone 24481.i KENTUCKY AVE.- today
33. Articles for Sale safest lawn treatment. 508 Brook- i RENTAL SERVICE-Free landj ''a Modern 5-room cement block bun-i Maitland underpass. Winter Park. I j .t PreP.colt j I I cred with sian. trees SI TOO &t.J. .
t : 1-car I Th prtce. SI8.5OO.OO Exclusive. .
Dr. 6314. Large screened .Maes. Broker. 132 Sooth -Main
j and E. S. .lo. pn ,
and Motorola. rec lord tenant. Bunet. I garage. Priced to sail t k at ORWIN MANOR SECTION-4-room V. Steeie. Bsoler. No pone cal| Street. Phone 6977.
and j ,
rich top 37 Phone
RIOAnl and combl.ton. F. ao 24053. a )aa 2-303. $ 75O Allen Johnson. Realtor.! 140 frame Spanish Uie roof; len 45 West II

Term Wyckoffs Hdw 2:4 Ku I I I WE HAVE RENAL- $3 service j N. Orange; 8612. "Specializing; a, kitchen with electric lon. retn- ORLANDO HOME-Yell located edge I LAKE FRONT LOTS In iBteTliken'
PEAT-Black dirt myrtle shrubberyof ,, charge. Estate. 29 Home" erator and hot water hetr. Sl ,;' Unusual. City conveniences Restricted
advantages -
g.NGE3-E1ectrc and gas. A styU I aU klnd.Transplanting and allyardwork. I Court Street Ral i other furniture: large lt of city limits of school Orlando newly: city built 1 Nydegger In,. Co-. 306 2.
and model to plea enO house 2-44. t ISIU I KISSIMMEE very attractive home 12 bearing citrus trees. block near I I Colonial Or : dial 8065
wife. Prices get II one and atones bus. See Gould: with Johnston Henry and completely furl with new i I
TOP m.snO
wi 1ca. SUL.n graded .rase. 48-1. Beach Rentals h.l 'I equipment at $7 000 LAKE FRONT
yours before to Eberhardt I struction brm. Broker. 6 W. Church St. 654 | ba ; LOT-Hick mad dry
Sales and Service. sos N. Orange centipde nas. H62.! electric kithen lundn. garage I on terms. McKeivey. 64 I Ceta:; Ctoee in. 110 ft. oa lake. 170 ft.
DAYTON BEACH-Hotel Bnoi. street. 36 ORWIN attractive 5- Broker. deep. S3000. Call Bill
MNORVer Douglas with
vj-ear) ;
Av. Ph 2-59. 38. Plants Flowers and Seed, 124 Orange Ave. In : I well located prth. .. An attractive I> rom bui. oak 2 H. F. Bound Realtor. Carrttao

o.le and Fada. Con- I business dltrlt Low Summer daily deal It builder. $13.50000 ,, floors immediate Reasonably COLONIAL HoUE bdrom Building. 672 N. Orance; 2-4351.

RIO sl type table moel Al CAIt. HIISS Snrimsm and wlklT Bright airy rom I i I II for the whole. See Mr. Martin lorp.rcul.r. pted Walter w. Rose Investment ; baUa p.der rom -

Bumby I I alnlaL c. Phone Daytona Beach 915$. O. P. Realtor. 49 N. Orange Ave. bath furnishedwith | LAKE PROPERTY-Sacrifice besuti-
W. Church. WiUiams. 1411 E. Concord phone S.op 6 Orwin Manor office 3356 N. Orange j jAve. period fue A I ful parcel located on highway in

RADIO-Majestic portable, batteries :: FUNERAL DESIGNS a specialty. Cut '< 49. Business Rentals Pne. 1 E.-3:8U.bedroom furled '> j'electric kitchen; cua I dila.j Maitland. Over ten lots 100 x 10*.
.I small office delt II.er.. corsages and weddings. ,: DOWNTOWN VI unuruhed AU hard- '!I ORWIN MANOR-5-room concrete i I 15.0.. 1.61 on7. Price tot. Ernest for complete Tounc 821 parrel.N K. 83SO Slat St.per.
2-0348. E. Harvard. I N. Orange. !
.o' Garden 21 extra closets i
I home. Fla.
urle. Rest like
Phone I : Lrl. YES $1000 cash I
SODA FUTAI- Bob 2121.I equippd. Bs 8tar. condition.KALEY I I Automatic Dor furnace. V bl| rent. Large lot bu. 10me. among;

carbon- [I VIIONARY STRAWBERRY pl.t. SECTION-2 blo i ieast. '! Owner transtere. Fnrniahed. home owners. Insured good neigh- PALM TBKRACE-Beauuful hoUsing
atm Bailey Soda !' [ SHOP SPACE-120 W. Pine. SCOL '1 N. Mill*. 2-1688. site lake view and lake
dni $1 per frame 500 j ji front At-
: : hundred I know how to cure Ma'sattack i Little Clara will be an1' bdrom ala. Whit Bro. bors. Write Box 464 S-tu. I
Shop. .Ave. Aubunoal. i;' Fred Ward. 133 Phelps PA 55 Nicely Owner. I tractive price Carl Tecder. Devel- 4
Florida. I: R Winter Park. furube. OnF 570. I i VISTA- .2 room cottage i LOTS OF NICE BOMBS-Priced t oper. 31 N. Orange: 2-0442.
i of blues. I have 1913 OR
SO. \anted to Kent Al old maid if she don't mend 5 Phne 2-483. readJ for occupancy. Price 113.I Born close-in some
SPACE HATER-l.arge. oil burning. I PEPPER PLANTS for sale. Cal Won- KALEY SCHOOL SECTION-2 bed- I,! Phone $ .u UP. A. W. Moore f
Excellent condition. S80. Curtis. der variety. L B. Mann. Lake 1 APARTMENT or 4 rooms for cou to do is to buy a luxury her Never in theworld's room concrete block home. $525O. 7:93. \ 217 Orange. .ih Wa"rB. | WINTER PARK (Lake Knowles-

115_Main. St. Kissimmee. Florida.SHINGLESAsphalt. i: Monroe Fla. pIe. No smoking or drinking. with the rent an' ways. Down payment $1250. Henry Burch. I ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL. S. j I i S _ I Temple Drive section Prospective

blended colors. I Large selection to Phone money :. history has decent Broker.918KuhI: 7-room hous. almost fmI&he. !I NEW BERWHOMDlbtf i I home builders should see these choice
I 2-776 a : 109.LKEiIRVIW3
siding; wood shingles ; SHRUBBEY I II then sit down an' have the i Must sell at onc. C.De of city lak. Winter Park Iota as low as $293,
Asbut NebraskaSHINGLES i bautUT hme. Mul.ht;'AP. OR HOUSE2brom i or room bunulo. 87.OOO. Va rar large lot with nice lake vw. 10 1 3 down balance in small monthly
HE. I i loved cruel Iletlme.
I'I'V1 man a woman. 2 lots.
I Nunere. Pceton. no' blues myself. 129. I i of Blossom Grille. 4 ml.out. m1ute from dwntwn. payatents. Utilities available. A look
-3 in 1 strip shingles. f children or pels. Box 565 S-ta. Monies, corner of Davidson and Brr i Owner. Frank Duskln.I I I rom. screened prc. r coverings win satisfy. Carrian Boiand. Inc..
11.' 210 lb. in jade green or tile 39. Livestock and Supplies : Streets. throughout street
I Owners, .
re Slate surface. Underwriters la- I I I APARTMENT OR HOOSEFurnhe I' 51. Houses for Sale 51. Douse for Sale I! -- I l'AR.AVE. 303 d.W.-If 2-bedrooms are 1 i sewerS $9350. S200O cash, .aD! ante: 2-4551.CardIgan Bid*. 672 3. Or-

Roofing Dept.. 2nd floor. Sears HORSE-Saddle hors 4i1 years old. for two r5pn51ble ladls Bx 5 KENTUCKY AVENUE-1992 Winter i aU you you will fall in love :i monthly See this Ben F. Field

Roebuck & CO.. 9813. Inquire corer of Texas and Pme. SSta. |I DELANEY SOL SECTION-Close I Park. Just south of Fairbanks. 1 with this perfectly arranged home. ; with H. F Boiand. Carrie _

STEELWINDOWS-Commercial an! WANTED TO BUY-Livestock. Beef APT OR HOUSE-Furnished. Business I I CLOSE IN Several nice homes. pre to stores bu completely fur story frame home with 5 rooms and Price : :. and the owner will .: Building. 672 N Ral.Ph 2-451. 26 CHOICE LOTS seated just out.
residential sizes. Southeast Steel veal and hog. Best price paid. CaU couple and 13 year old girl. i cut l. for quick sale. Owners nished 5 room house Large and airy I sleeping porch. Completely redecor- give 7: kitchen equipment. tmoI side city limits city lights and

Sales Co.. 100 W. Amelia downstairs.Ph. 24838. Will rental. ing town. A. W. Moore with Walter bedroom. most convenient floor ated inside and out. Well shaded lot ter and may throw in a water. Streets and sidewalks. Lake
pay .0 Per.nent resi- C. Bass, Broker. 217 S. Orange. I plans. Price furnished $8750. terms desired. privileges. Exclusive with F. A.
125 fe. othe Itm I
2.142. dent. 7 to I p.m.. ask I: will T. .Ith several b.ano. trul tre. ald 507 NOBLE I Allison. Realtor. 37
20 WHITE New Zealand and 10 831. cash handle Phone A. attractive fish pool in back i wit Creb. SMI-RE EAT W. Washington;
SCRL" DOOR GRILLS-Many de- ,i heavy weight Chinchilla Brnner. tcr Carter. 9516. Jamerson and 7.rd phone or' I 7613.
rbblt COLONIALTOWN SECTION Framebuncalow. : Convenient to Bull.
S2 25 and Knox StoresCo. 1 On paved stet. MptcaJ I Selected homes.
up. for sale hutches. i I II ter. 12 8. I .
apartment for Ovine fireplace Mala The house isvacant
nU room Realtrs and school buses stores. I
.. 25 E. Pine. Phone 2316.SAW breeding of uniformconstruction. I AARTML"T-SmaU. BUILDING LOTS-select your honiej
lutcbe blln" Reasonable per dining room modern kitchen bath we have the beer and are SCHOOL SECTION -
MILL .Good condition. Inquireat $60 or $325 DUPLEX-Close in. $85 PICEON goes side-2-bedroom Seme. I j site now IB the attractive Dubs-
manent. Call 6194. ; and shoaer. 3 bedrom. plenty of Uppr r.t happy to show it. Harlow G. room home on two expensively 1.8.tr.
Chuluota post ofllce. Write N. takes aU I sold before Tuesday. Also I II closet space 2 car per month. lower new owner. Furnished Fredrick. Business 118 N. Orange landscaped lots. ShadeI Country Club section. Lots in
odd lot utility stock and i OR 1 or 2 rof. and down. Fruit plenty of Ian slits. Close to school. fees and
W. Rt. 1. Box 73. Oviedo. hut. A HOUSEFuruse I' garage. All for $11.500. up Ave Dial 8188. I front. side and rear. Fruit I
.arob. I
SEAT COVERS "Tailored to fit." cheap. Tulyval on Clarcooa .. j couple. 507 unfurishe.Fraok shades large lt. 2-a,arale. attached' bearing tre. citrus also. Large bedrooms.Near | South side 2-bedroom home. $$(stores Priced reasonably. Cash *r
mile west of Orange Blossom I QUiet. Reasonable. Call Crb. Meta BuldC. J wash Really a substantial telins.I I terms. Jane Bros.. 235 N. Main; 7590.I .
Latest Auto T.I. reerenees. phone hou. et. I and route. Can ,
paters. plasti. flbr. 5. LAKE SECTION New wellbuilt. I abol. on bu I
from large lake.
YOUR SHOW and horses Et. | property.Lj i DT I
tops wagons. MOVE race Vl. frame arrange liberal Photo in I! EXCELLENT LAKE FROST WT-
rnnrlble. .taton "PARK
room Dubedread
One I in trailer for best results. Look i EAST OF ORANGE Pharmacist I f COLGE -frame Recently.eontrct. : $6OUO b'e$15 per month as i il.e Nice shady lot. size 92 X bun..lo.146 ft. I' show window at 2 W.. Waslton Sew. 2-bnm. close in. Oonly S1.0SO on terms.H. .
day service. Orlando Seat Cover it at this 2-horse combinationtraUer 2 long aas u rented and '' Call Uoriarty Joe t faa F. .
wants to lease or 3-bedroom bath and kitchen New Ideal An excellent MJer. blind BoUnd. Realtor. Carrtcan Bids.I
i at Peel Ave. dr.ln. electric more to buy. : nPI.hbrh. .r. 11. nO lo
Supply Company. 10O W. WashingtonStreet. Realtor. Homes.
Far'a Raoch furnished home for permanent year kitchen equipment included. 'I Exclusive. William : home smeoe only S7.800 and 81. 'Fne terms. 672N.Oraage. 2-4551.
Phone 2-2324. price. '
Phone Boyd
Cmly. 845. ,, round residence between Marks and Price. 1970. terms. Mr. Bryant with i ir 115,75.J. D. Kolar 2O6 I worth it. Be sure to se 4 Ceo. P. PRL"CrN 5ECOXBeiW8 I TWO HIGH beautifully shaded lots
STEAM JENNY-High pressure like I i FOR SALl work horse; 2 saddle South Streets. Phone 9183. W. J. Inc.. Broker, 677N. S M.ln.4388 or 7811. Brass Realty Co.. 19 E. Central. i :,i See us today. 14 S. Main. Phase i on Lake CopeJand. Make an offer.

new. new motor. 2 years old. H horl; set heavy breeching ,, Lindcrman. 518 N. Orange Blosom'' Orange; 9855. i I II roof, copper plumbing and screens I 0011.I ,; Sammie Francisco. Realtor. Boom *
original cost. Ed Mayo. 101 N. M.I complete; one heavy set farm harness 'i TrmUI I LKE-FRNT-L.ebome.- oak floors. 2 nice bedrooms lIvingroom. ; i Central Arcade: Ph 7407.:
Ph. 9782. I Is complete; 3 saddles. Call at the I I I CITY LIMITS-J as t outside on pavedstreet. DUPLEX-Princeton School large kitchen-dining Boom I
3 turneI Scton' tile roof Built within the last 10 I .
Barn. W. J. Hoary Company floweyinthrHdis. HOOSE2 brom 2-bedroom block nice ,
Brand cement 4
new. private clo
j bun.ao. 1 This is an exceptional buy eomb1d. bat I $1750 DOWN My a I 38 129 ft.
I ." I Block garage. 2 years old. $ structlon. one story. Each side has month furnae. wi 1 Owner. 2003 Edge-
Lake Real
cinity 01 St. James Gordon-Beck Estate. sts. I room home a neayhborhood of water Dr
CLEANER-Kerrlck. Has Just 23 TKES. 2 hon. n duek 3 I Eola or bus S01 that n.r i immediate possession. C. P. Shum- 3-rooms bath and heater room. Nice 34O N Orange: dial 514$. i tr water heater each side. Large :I city sewerage and paving.Price. .
reconditioned Roller I pint way. Realtor. 140 N. Orange; 2-3282. i .be. I GOOD BUILDING
Phone 6422. 2 daughters and 13. 17 shaded lot on brick street. Very lot. fully landscaped. $13.508. 'I Wilbur Bro | LOT-On Orange
Chevrolet Co. 115 W. Cent' .o.ta 112. Wi convenient to bus. stores and school ; 'I I terms Exclusive Ben 1825. anland. Ave Winter Park. Plans for 2 or
I ante exceptional care upkeep COLLEGE PARK-Modern 3-bedroom 1 I Price of includes electric LAKE CONWAY SECTION-Wen located i 4641 .IU. ker.. ,_2 ; 675. 3-bedroom house S9OO for both. Address -
40. Pet Stock and of Box 561 S-Star. 112.0 phone or '
home of cement block I
I'I'Ay. Supple proprJ. : kitchen euipment and space beaters. about I block from Lake wet'l COTTAGE 3 rooms 11x2 to b Box 578 S-Star
located on 2-car garage. Conway and beach. On paved will lot 17 '
l0tt. lot or
HOUSE 2i Harlow 118 N. Orange publ B
COCKER SPANIEL-Pedigreed ARC. Unurusbe. moer i Asbestos rf. Owr leaving city. Fedllct. street. close I lovel a ao. 2 LOTS--Fruit trees in back shade
SPACE HT burning. A, Black. 16 months old. Orange Bi' bedroom couple no terms available. Allen John- > Ave. Dial 888. and ltrs. ahol.ehurches ROBINSON AVE.. Mlnd. 1 trees in Iront. 86OO Water and

I iet delivery. I som Trail to Webers Corner 'I clldrn. no pets. Phone Winter Park ii j 110 0' 140 N. Orange; 8512."Specializing j Its Great Live I Orlando" bungalow. Recently redecorated andin ern bungalow ESLve 1.m I,i 2 in 1 HOME with income both lights available Adams St. near
Co 21 N. Orange Lake Holden left first Homes." I room i'i $3750 00 completed. ready for occupancy. Michigan. George L Wrizht.Si. .
Garden. with 2 |
Ave. Phone 4S37. house on right: t i i HOUSE small or furnished apart- 1 DUPLEX-Southeast section. Excel- !! 2 good coodltln b rom 1 I'bdroms addlU.1 o..r leaving will Sell i $ .O month will carry '

aWSWappat portable eeti A i DOG FOOD. Knbbies :::8i-el: dog I ment. Business couple no children CITY Ls5 miles out*. Fur- > lent corner lot close to bus and I, bath 2 arened acres prcbe. bear i i I ap.rment. for $18400. :,: bU. Owner. Carl. Moran 5 Country Property tar Sale
1edate -II I remedies and supplies. Orlando i or pets. write Box 577 S-Star. rooms and bath. I IPaved school Concrete block entrclon. i ing citrus trees suitable for express ,1 Qo. H. Kittredge & Son Realtor, ,, Church St.I :
X-e street. $1500 total price $6750. COUNTRY PROPERTY fine mod
2 bedrooms each .
lard Colonialtown j
\ : J Store. Dial 23524.DAT I HOUSE Furnished 2 bedrooms. I I o:1. ebati5 i shipments. 12. trs. W. B 51-1. Lake County .Property ,
!I King Real Estate. Rm. 6. 3O K.Church:5435.OpenSundays. casement Nicholson. S. I i iI ern home nicely landscaped. 5
:51'3o at .tud C Junior | Adults no pets. Best rPrrrneLC1T : ." | liberal. terms. Phone* A. T i 1 2-1619. Realtr. 1 Man i I 1 acres with poultry bouses. Electric
SEWING Factory re- Nl11 Ctel Acre or Boxi67 II LAKE fNTAGEroelad 3- ,I brooder Price Sll.OOO. terms. Rex-
SSta. Carter. 9516. Jamerson and Carter i 1
guaranteed like port SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL-Large cyI -
new; .
K Box 93. Pia.TROPICA
but P.is12. Ln.wo. COVWAY In the heart of this old Realtors. S. Main. bro hoe .It eltrI lh- McGUl. Realtor 128 N Orsnge:4147.
I ,
>le.Al Wiggins: 6247. R.mBUSIeU. mid i 1 : LANCASTER HEIGHTS Five-room i press sided bungalow. 5 spacious en newly -
aqua- English settlement we are offerI I b.th. COUNTRY PROP"nRTY-SIn 1916."
FH-Aquaium 2 glassed-in porches.
$2 a We are yearly. Suburban okay. well! i I blok. 1 year old. hard.o floors roma Excl. rorat. Urge basement wlt! A.k Asher
Lrl platU. I Ph log a built 4 room frame home.It tile bath and lent Large 2-car ,' Peter. Realtor. "He
dozen. C. B1U. 2-1107. is neat in every particular including I DUPLEX-Brand cement brick j: sho'e. blds, Lifetime roof. Furnished eulpmeot. Lots o :: probably knows." Central and Mam.
large cross ventilation This is goodtiehing
in- excellent location. Casementu.indOws II ab.to '' property i
rom ,
TROPICAL FISH New shipment J the almost new furniture. Gas terms. Weir ca. .it :
full tile These will i I er. St.TPARKFurDhe.. Il.o. and right your : 15 ACRES-3-room home partly tarnished
Plan your ktichen arbund the new I 5. Angels Gur.mles 51-RosJ APARTMENT OR HOCEFrn-I and electricity with water from good I bring In nice rolaL bath. tbaa laOOO \ SP1C- Sut.m. E. P 46L door. $1O.5OO. Photographs In'i Electricity and running 4
well furnished L.
American sink. New de51n new cent- ed Yea roun 2-75. by Het pump. cash required on of $16.- and sash. SUBCKBAN-linuiedlste' possession. : office C B. iv' Realtor. 41 W.Washington water S293O. terms. Will take large
Colorful Piatues., Zebras 20 About > acre of with 40 I : .
beauty new features le. ent. lately planted? :trees..n Space for OO. Ask for Zap Henson with ,:, venetian blinds. Many other features.I Country privileges Wit city con ; Mr. Branan i'; house trailer as part payment W. A.
Harry 138 Ridgewood
Coster. :
ton n. enyemenc.. Drawers I WANT 2 BEDROOMS private i' MaRie Williams. 0 21 West H cash balance $50 month veniences. We have sme houses for in office 10 till 12 Labor Day McKenney. Broker: 495O Cheney Hi-
Laarence Winter 1 garden and chickens. Price 4950. Va I 110.5.
ade.at eton off Avenue. Part 1 home. Kitchen Plvlelea Colonial- rash and I Washington St Phone 8106.DUBSDREAD i, 1. Realty. Church and Main >! G L or civilians. 575 and under. acres sur- i i way:_ 2-7144._
$25 monthly on balance. Rpr RGE GROV-2
less. Double wall dor.aud dead town section. For : grown [ Check our list. C. Broger. hammock 'I' 20 ACHEd--House. Electricity avail
ened and insulated. 41. Poultry and SuppliesBABY i daughters. Ph. I StcNutt-Heasley Realtor. 1 I : 2516 N. Ph. 5644 or
j I!
I 2-18. Washington St. W'I SECON-Lrl 3- LAKE IV block off- Or.na 2-J7. land frost pr Grove in excellent able. $200, some terms. See Todd

piece. .t rounded. corners and for CHICKS. U. S. PuUornm tested WANT TO R furnished cottage j i it bedroom. 2 bun.lo. with' This De.A"HOEl nry nr SEMINOLE AVE.. 727-Just off W. rendition approxImately. i i with Hlntoa. Realtor. ISO E. Robla-
quick wlU '
den. v large picture room. 14x21 Colonial Dr. 2 bedroom box crop. Nice home site. Water navigable Soit. ph. 7632. 4
1 living
future de in Southeast Permanent.Box I room and screened Lv1 _
J. 61 Robin I stock. Immediate or &Cuoa i COLLEGE PARK-2 bedroom cement '
Walt Ine House facing golf course on lot lOOx- house. S160O balance $51 to No better to I
Founded. livery. and poultry supplies.Orlando 566 S-3tar. I block house less than 6 months old. 'I porch is &for couple. Nicely furnished do. oun. grove BIO COUTTTRY HOME with 3 lane
en Fees 150. Entirely carpeted Venetian monthly. Owner leaving be band in County Price $27.- j bedrooms: 5 of land
with kitchen equipment tW1 acres on paved
Store. Dial 2-3524. i if :
WOULD YOU BE $1400 to hsndle. ne. leT
willing to neat Hampon Brokr. heater attic fan. This 500. Phone A. "Buster" Carter, road. 2 screened 2-car
I bld. .a 1 including Attached ga SUNSET DRIVE porches: garage -
I 40'Eabtrombous.
BABY CHICKS-Tuxedo Feed Store. your 3-bedroom. 2-bath. well !:; 531 N. Orange: Kevltor.
I heat 51.I of this home 9516.
flr& oUen. rage. 62 lot. 4 : deep well: chicken runs. Lots of
SCREEN WIRE. BRONZE-48"-14c I U. S. approved Pr te5te; ed home for 3 January. : i!I : for quick price i $13.500. Fred terms. tt Thelma Kincaid 550.' garage. Lot brom.. kie 2-7342.Wth 1 S. J.mero UaI and Carer. shade and fruit modern electric
I rusty and March in Ut for I Cal .Itb H
per SQ. ft. Electrical supplies; 906 W. Church. 2-282 a : Gare1 Brote. 118 E Central PA' F. Realtor Carrigan i Raltr1 ranee included. Price 86900 with
boxes cable and 222 W.Central BABY- rental price? Call Fuk with CITY and bath. 1'I II Bum : SOUTHEAST bedrooms. 2 baths I
.ltea CHICKS- 11 1 Harra-Moore. 22380.2BEDROOM Ls rom. 856 ; 672 N Orange: 24551. Immediate possession. $8500. Nunex 52. Groves for terms. Sammie Francisco. Realtor
Hd. 2-231. Wayne i I year and Owner j I iii4 Central Arcade: Phone 7407.
testd. Hapsll'blo eean. I LAKE KOLA I
SECTION Furnished Broker
Herman ;
West furnished railed sell only i, I 3 Gwl 1
TILE your bath and kitchen t rustproof Stre. 300 moer norb. wi los. bedroom home; 2 tile .t N. Orange I GROVE OR SUB-DIVUION BEAUnFCL LAKE IRMA 120
Phone apartment or house close in $3950. with I II I bat. 17 .U'
; Permatile; free estmatea 563.FRYERTd S LUI. Gea. I DELANEY SCHOOL DISTRICT closet schools outside city limits large acre crove. truck and home sites.
I bus by couple. No children or Realtor N. Main I II .p.e. t I I SUBURBANClosein., outstanding. 0
Central Florida house right off pet i ; 2-16. Brand new 2-brdroora homo en I
Ealu aU l. on From I 14 and shopping center. S10.5OO. i 10 acres of mature trees. Run down IOOO ft. lake frontage. Electricity. *SO
November to Rent P. I modern block bungalow on landscaped -
ange. Dial 6548.VENETIAN Road. on AprU u\ : nice lot. Truly a lovely I II Ann Lane
Cott.e i $125. Phone 2-3339. I Pa.e.trL Goodwin with Go.1' plot. 2 large bedrooms. { per acre terms. Mr. with Her. S
BLINDS days delivery. HiU. 'I home on7 $7850. $1350 casA Inc.. Broker 677 N. Oranie screened porch fireplace. oversized i 1 'se:8R Estate Agency 29 S. man Goodwin. Inc.. Broker. 677 N.
w.1 COUPLE want small apartment or COLONLS.LTOWN A substantiallY' payment. to home : 9855. ta Orange; 9055.
Why buy cheap blinds when yon N. to 11 weeks .e thl Venetian blinds and gwnincs. I Court. Dial 2-448L
can get the best for just a few cents H R. Keystone old oft hou eight months. Must have I bull furnished boise located on apretty I i before you buy. Trade .Ith Swaid. i, garage Priced right. 5-ROOMMODERN HOME FuTnizhed. -
Made 25 Dr. Up to $125. P. O. Box 135O.Orlando. residential street. Convenientto Realtor. 143 N. Main : floors carte. 58.
in Orlando by
Michigan. Luis Gs 10- bath
mo Carle LAKE VIEW-Owner transferred out acres hot water.
182 Ed..ate Dr.. Ph I I appln center bus and movies. I of City. Says sell my concrete Central. Haste.. Rear.. I 1OO citrus trees. 400 chickens, Jersey
V 45. Apartments tor Kent CHRISTIAN O No bedrooms with possibility block T TALKING GROV This 3 row. horse. 3 calves tractor
home. well located large garage
AC CULUE "lnral. I I ; < SOUTHEAST Attractive for .
Venetian blinds. -
wants small house 'of li bunalo. grove
flt bth. living-room outbuildings. Mew refrigerator. For
.tteent BuT Had APT. Furnished 2 Privateentrance 1, nished p Phone :I garage. Ideal : large kitchen wt tile 2 sleeping garage. being located the famous Golden
ware. 102 Chuh. rom. EAST SIDE-Ten minutes drive from drain; tile attic bdOm prh 1 sale by owner. Sll.OOO. 5 mists eeni -
an b.th $40. WANTED-By responsible i for large family or as an incomeproducer. Post Office w! have a five-room I Ibungalow I fan; 2-brom ; 75' front lot: workhoD. floor funace. Paved Triangle suoa You will realize it i ter Orlando. Boa 562 S-3tar.
VARIiISH-Watson" standard 4' Bus and 2403 roupl. Reasonably priced at $15- with 3 acres i Venetian blinds arHt. exceptional buJ 185. has the proper IU and weather conditions -
.ar far floor or .o work UYln Quarter. Mum 500. C. R. Emertck, Realtor, 610 N. I of land on approx1.tel at''I, 1elude. Ail for Exciz.cive P. There are over %tre.
I quart. Knox CO. m"nt hvl. rom kitchen. Orange; 7348. roa '' $12.5OO 00; terms. Se M.rie Wil us'e l ; 40 N. Orange; nearly all of 1 EXCLUSIVE LISTING-600 feet of
pr .
APT,-Couple only 503 Dr. :|I 575.0 with good ter Call Peter Realtor. West bar aie. a ear
1. Pne. Phone 231e.VE" VI.1 bat Unfurhe par. ,luDI Bren 0 1am. 2. W.s.tni 2-3"2. _ oranges on stk high sloping lake front with a
costs I. e. < b 1t Las. Bol. CLNITWN- bunsa- 109 Pine. Hara.Wor.28. i S& 5 crop set. If you .at some 1 completely furnished 2 bedroom IonI -
BLThe b&. CHENEY HIGHWAY-U53. Two bed 5tar. prch O ne. shaded UURBANbunne.Easy terms.. th" rpl good see t jeweL Only galow. This home has a multitude

Orlando. Ph. Ad.m. 911 Ceta room apartment electric kitchen. 1 51. Houses for Sale Ilot Garage pn. Illness EAST SIDE-7 large rm 4 bed iAKi1Ew Charming 5-room A. T. Dorsey. Broker. 550 N. Orange; crop and al or may sell j I of conveniences for comfortable Mv1 -
$65 month. Call 9665. price only $ block ''1 I inc pin in
per rooms. 2 baths. Ideal fam bungalow. Large garage 4412. half. Trade with S.a.Lul Geestta. an apartment for an
WATER SYSTEMS-Complete stock CLOSE IN-2 rooms front. HarT Heath. Broker; 1208 E. Colonial -I lly. Nice for Life roof. Wocto the with guest room. Exeepuona value 1 Realtor 1 Groves." come. 25 acres of laad to afford real
farm home. Farm
fo or if ic hot water autmat. I : 8253.CLNI. I I money. terms. Dunn. ', at 5795. CaU .th Henry .. 143 N Main: 2-1464. ,' privacy Priced to sell with T-TTff*t
I, Machinery Co. 430 W. Rba Avc. Grace St. A pretty block | Broker. 6 185.J. ; Lre. 918 Kuhl! Ave.. 2-109. SUBURBAN- Cloa* in. Lovely spotless terms. Reb't S. Hue with Robert R.

h 1 WHEEL BARROWS Rubber Urea. | "GEIT- that, built for the LAWSONA 2 : new bun.al. Air _led. 1 ii i Tyre. Realtor 13 W. Washington
A Four room bn..low owne. I EAST Rooms"are BVD. brom old. 2 step-down den '
steel and wooden metalyard HON VEU0. larger than i year brms 16174.'
extra features An extra glassed 10 ACRB GROVE62O bearing trees. !
II' Adulta. No Frame two bedroom and sleeping I screened axed :
carts. 3 sixes. Haw.. average in this 5-room home and ;
2524 Kuhl. i'of1 pets. apaeat porch furnished open rear porch size kitchen with f.n cabinets: an there is a sleeping porch breakfastroom oak floors. Must sell. $2500 down- floors: prrb b.utlu garage :I' 6 acres extra land. SCO ft. highway {

screened front porch electric kitchen. extra size h.tl porch extra plumb I and large screened I Monthly paFment. Slayton. Realtor with laundry maids room and i II | frontage Opportunity a business SPECIAL OFFEBWO-Close in. East
WHEEL BALANCING UNIT Bear: JEFFERSON COURT HOTEL -1 and2room i Lot 100x135 move in at once if you inc in and utility rom $9.500. Terms Allen preh 32 E. Pne 61. I i Work Porte-cochere. bat' or tourist camp. The :of 38.ooo end of Raiford Rd. Make money

S17S; laral K. General Tire .apartments awalb. Sum have $6500 cash. garage and extra quality U.hUnt son. Realtor. a.al.ble.. 8612.'I I 1 itely f= throughout ', includes large 4-bedroom while at leisure. I am offering my 4

Service. 39 Stat S. mer rates.LAKE i 1 HaU Bros. Agency. Ralor. 112 N. I I fixtures. Prettily furnished I "Specializing 14 Or.ne. I electric kitchen washing: :, borne. Herman Q1 Inc. Broker; bedroom home completely furnished

WATER HEATERS-Table top. 30 EaL DOT CIRCLE. 633 3-room Orange Ave. TeL fo $11.500. Call O'HarraMoore.Realtor. I Home. LAKE VIEW-New bunplo.on large chine. and radio phonograph. ;,1 1;N. Orange: 9. and poultry farm. 720_monthly Income 3

capacity. Immediate delivery. Orlando efficiency aparment UUu I i 2-O836. 109 E. Pine Street. EASTSIDE 2 bedrooms furnished I lot with lovely Yle.of large lake. landscaped corner lot Owner leaving. I' a small clear I irom BOO layers 2
AppUan Co 210 N. OrangeAve. furnished. $60 CENTRAL AVE.. Attractive white i bungalow. ISO ft. corner: 37 fruit \; Bus service, an utilities. Only $1.- Price $10.500 for all. Terms. Compare : 1 ACE.ith GROVE AU bear-' the finest soil. 6O large fruit trees

4537. No _pets. _Adults only. Phone21393.Ul : ADAIR PARK Frame 1940 built frame bungalow. Ne.tle. trees. Price $7500. terms. CourtneyRealty 500 00 as balance on deferred payments for twice the asking price. Ie ln trPneaPle.Idea hm.te. Bre1 all varieties. 3 newly built poultry

WASHING MACHINE...Norge. practically -! CIPATTS1B9 More* home that was built in 3-broo 191. beneath the spreading j 392 N. Orange; Ph 2-2471. I: pr month Total 1 flee thl H Kittredge & Son Realtors. ,, War 1 I houses accommodating 15OO layers
new. wringer type. 803 W. screened attached great oak tree; 2-bedrooms and $730000. See with 23176.SOUTHEAST. cation near Umatffia. garage and work shop feed and storage
Whiter Park Ave. Bee Thursday. ,' room .parment. Janitor 2-b-1 large tot. prebes.112.0. Allen Johnn. screened porch. Attached garage EAST home. 2 6 MILES-New soil 2-bm'. O..Swope Realtor, 6 East Pine Harry S. Mor* e Ratr. Eus- room 115 OOO takes all. Dial 9723.

I WAT HTKene Com- ht .atr. ta heat.Adults Year only. Wm- Relo.raill. 140 in Hom. Orane. ; 861: "Sp with Kitchen laundry equipment: tile bath included.and dam I! Honest ard. Broker.. lot., .3O6..0 S.. ,M.I hal;cash.7325.nea How 1 lone 5812. !;: Attached garage.-2-bedroom On corner bu.alo..1 plot. ,I I stis.. F. to '0 Cl I I 56. Business Property for Sale

: I able. 2109 fttL fO tar Park 9161. $10.500. Sammie Francisco. Realtor, I 1' Owner has purchased a larger home 3O-ACRE GROVE-SO acres improved APARTMENT HOUSE-Close in. On

I WASHING Orlon ONE ROOM efficiency apartment. Room 4. Central Arcade. Ph. 7407.CLOSE I EAST-t rooms. 2 screened porches. I LAKE FRONT-2 bedrooms or possiI I and wIll sell furnished for $7500 with I>' pasture house. Estimated crop';I of our best locations. Four completely

spinner MACHINES typo for-Immediate Standardand Summer rate. 107 Kennison Dr. I ALTAMONTE SPRINGS. IN-Furnished. 2 bedrooms; bath breeseway. storage room; I bly 3. large living room kitchen i >% cash. Key at office. Exclusive withC. 8.000 boxes. Priced at $32,000. Wm. furnished apartments of 4

I delivery. Orlando Appliance 210 Ph. 9353.MILI.ST.. i city and school bus. $6950. terms. I best construction. 2628 E. .Jefferson. I klthenett.bath. etc. u. Hardwood i I P. Shumway Oealtor 140 N. Or- ;:' O. Rencher. Broker 28 E. Washing rooms and bath each also a beautiful

N. Orange Ave. Phone Co .. 11 North-Nice 2-bedroom home. Caslbem. Beautifully i Betty Trent Evans. Broker 349 N. fr. DwJtau. i a separ- '! ange: 2-3282. ton. garage apartment. Exceptionally weft
4537. Shower. I furnished. Orlando Ave, Winter Park. 618. EAST SIDE-3 a aparment rooms bat'' furnished. Price $30 000. For particulars
efficiency. bedrms DRIVE
WED CW.1 type. entrance.room Suitable for cP. and acres 10.0.Hom. .roe. Just tha i CONWAY SECTION-WeekendsPe- and funlahed eomp1t1 corer No. only $300O cab I i,,1': VONI SEION-2-bd-1 I I 53 Acreage for Sale I Ii see Mr. Folsoat with Harold

1.. 25 E. pie. type of property want. cia!. New frame bungalow on 5 I lot with garage laUc room. Avery !I' reued. Balance easy. ma rom... .1Epi Shepherd Realty Co. 20 E. Washing.

Pn. Phone 2-3163. WINTER PARK 1304 COU-I We have 2 properties with this de acres good garden land. Only $3SOO. comfortable 1 excellent tl property and walk $25OO cash balance terms. C. C.160.i'i A T.I I I ton St. Phone 5124Ad. >
around 1C
I FOR SPECIAL TYPE of condition. Screened attic you desire. The property I ranch BabO .
Realtor. 1
fuitu. artl I I V* Harold V. Condict prebe letts. broker. 912 N. Mlfls. 2-1747 FRONTAGE-300B29O Tt.. wars-
can Castle rom b.t kitchen porch. ea.. fan. Venetian blinds is vacant you can move t,, <, acre. farm 1.OOO acres
37 1 Fl b.estk house
P. 1
I distributing plant factory
Varb Work the or
entire 3
property at once. WINTER PARK-2
Ph. .
Can our Altamonte Springs office. I pit. Terms. Call Lee Crawford with i $15 acre. acres grove
a 12 site. Owner must sell
I, CLOSE IN-Splendid 3-bedroom bunI I I address 701 Terrace Blvd.. 1 block ;; bedrooms. l' baths I'r deck. Insulated immediately.
private. Homer Manager Winter Robt. Realtor. 668 N. Orange t :s land John's area 80
CALL US for WISE PAKrom.A Sewel fur- L Prde. from 115.5. I Greatly reduced. Write box 549
and fully floods
galow. nicely { Lake
very Venetian
made to fit &e.blt bkea.. Pmpt W.UtUe Pad.. Adu pt 31 Park 8- nished. Garage. Landscaped. $11.500. ,i, ; I If 0 HI.h1aa in. pleas Aparmeot fo', newly &rf., in excellent bbnd.condition. ,'! acres tine grove fine land home-SIt on at .oh' Lke. S-Star _ _ _ _
service. P. Cat Variety Work Mo phn. 213. Terms. Realtor. 4308. !! I, appointment William 24388or Large corner lot. sell i' 180. 3. ALTAUONTE: SPRINGS-Investment.
118 Ca.enaulh Mate.s t 11.- Lake Maitland
ph. 4 ROOM APARTMENT ; Huckel.'el R.ltor. Z Rob EAST SIDE-(Close In). Lovely 2 Pce acres dtt mae
i J.
Fred for Palatial home ideal
CONWAY SECTION New concrete I I b- 7Bl. Klr. Excusle t 7. Ak H-61. Harld B little farm and location hotel
Call I
children 1n c1 2-315 room concrete block home .
CALL US for information on; tho accept ae block bouse. 2 wood 'I 26 S Main. Realtor. J W. Central. .0. Wheeler with Harold Shepherd section rambling: 3-bedroom bun
new pla top kitchen e.bit 1900 S D.won floors screened bdrms nicely I 1941. Extra large rooms with cross 1'I I WINTER I I I Realty Co.. 20 B. Washington. TeL galow. A gentleman's estate with 14

Any clr. desd Made to 46. Houses for Rent I finished inside. Venetian prb.blnd. near I I yenttaton, I Hardwood bath with for. tou.b- MILLS STE. South. RmJ. 2 | home PAK-Pwa eor.r 3bdr i ii I 5124 or 2-2629 after 6 pot. lots for building: corner tots, ripe to
Works. i I II I laundry develop. Thevalue is interesting at$20.0e0.
P. Cut V.r1 bus line terms. Price. I I i Knowles section. trees -:
SPRINGS room 16. large all electric kitchen. prh LAKE JESSUP-Frontage. 3300 .
Ph. ATAON I I Nice terms. Mr. Hall. Klt-
Real South Ave. o"r'd Large living
Orange and l"-j
HOUSE-Unfurnished 24 .alo. room dining rm. b.th' wonderful 1c-
I porch and attached aW. a Investment at $
.l | linger Realty. 2-OO74.
i .h.le contre .
VOVI fo iSo home. News pa I Ird. screened-in porches. $47.50 mP I;I tion; 2 bedrooms; large Ph. 6385 heat. House completely I rom. kitchen and breakfast nook i 811.5OO. for Joe at
adventure travel ,I Porch across the front screened and i Ben.. Fields H. F. Boiand I ac. Excw.e wt Tke. APARTMENTS-Northeast. 6 units.
9632 between 10 : .
a.,, screened porch. Also nice masonry ; with red maple furniture. Venetian alld S. W.
mont ca S.r I Brke. 4
Camera Shop. p 1' 2-room guest house with shower blinds. Lot 65 x 135 beautifully land- service preh. Well lurlhe Price Realtor. 672 N. Orange Central. New furniture new Prigidaires, re-
2-1 SIS. 25 : 2-4551 or Winter Park 540-R. decorated. 100-ft. lot. Income possibilities
ct'I'BO"ltea' SM"TFURNISHED HOUSE In Or- landscaped grounds S rooms and'1 sesped 7 citrus trees and rare 105.0.
B.utlu you
SEARS STORE FIXTURES: lando In exchange for ground. Somechickens 1 Underground sprinkling WUhn.tn Phone 851. I WINTER PARK-Near college and FN-I over (400 per month. Price
ok trL 51.0.0.Can Lne in and acreage on
sbbb. $29,000. terms $10.000 cash and $10
al counters and display Well worth the This is- really a good buy
for A.
rental. i and front yard. This
Sept. 19. 1419 IneudP. sbol
I L Br.nt Marie I deep lake to city limits. Will
month. with Herman
per Wanes Good
Orange Blossom Williams. price of Mark with Louis NORTHEAST-Beautiful in 5-room frame house. ; Oo
Pdln and 28501.SMALL. West Se home must be seen to be
I 1620. 2-broD .
Ta R.lor. Wash appreiated. glad to this 8 acres. 700 : win Inc.. Broker. 677 N Orange: 9855.
20h HOUSE-Three rooms and : ington Stee 8106. Geeslin. 143 N. M.1 2-16' !; Immediate possession. Price 116.0. concrete block home. Da.blenpl.bbrlo. !, Screened porch and 2-.r garage. I.s lake frontsge. It's in the ru.h
WHIZZER OWNERS eliminate I terms. Jamerson and 1695.- P.r furnished for only $9500. tr I APARTMENT BUILDING-Close in.
ahortase 125 miles the bath. No children. 1312V 21st BEVERLY I II tors; 12.S. Main; C.r.. ( Wble Br., 824 MmS 2-168.cas Bill Dud.with H. F. Real but a builder can u a bulldozer i If you want a home with an income
P"11 Street. SHORES frame Pbon A Bus a days and a plough end
a gallon of .... wie. thrifty. bungalow. Oak floors. Floor. fur CLOSE IN-East. 4 blocks from Or I ten Carter. 9516. NORTH-WeU located on paved I tor. Bldg. 672 N. Orange. improve I. the immediate rod value. you have it in this property. 2

01 a Wur.8ma b 2 ROOM CTAGE-Bat. .elec- I nace. Full tile bath. 1-car garage. I ange. This i it. 2 bedrooms frame I street. This neat attractive 2 bed Phone 2-4551. ___ _____ today $85OO. Herman Goodwin P upper apartments. I lower one to
P7ent $10 EAST SIDE-Just outside of city |I house Ic" rent and one for your horn $170 Income
easy demonlr'l tdt, .et Price Realtor; like new kitchen. Close to bus room I furnished. WINTER PARK-1153 Orange Broker. 9855 or 666O.
'47 modeL Whixzer 602 p.lnl Court mile north 44' 128 N.IU.5. Rx-Mci and stores. Vx cash. Loren Imnt Near bus and stores. 5I I I $2800. H CaU Thelma i Vacancy. furnished houses. 1 a month and a home. Price

N. Orsngo Ave. Phone 2-4687. j Oranle 414. Dunn. 125.. Brown; 2-1269. I 11m Completely furnish- reid with caA. Realtor. K I Income $140:montl. Price bt$A.e.I' 316 ACRES wits 1 mIle frontage $28.500. terms if desired. Frank
I I I electric kitchen. 160 ft. corner I I rigan Big paved road. Just south of Sand Crebs. 907 Metcalf Buildingphone
Building. 672 N.
WE HAVE IT at th. store next BRADSHAW TERRACE 2-bedroom COLLEGE PARK-Older 3-bed e Orae; 0. futue Yau.
t't. WILL t7p Price With terms. JuliaUndberg. and pm.WINDEMERE Lake. Priced for quick S350O. 2-1710.
Post Office : LEASE F"SH HOME house completely including room home that is in condi 1.:0. 2-0818. 2-551. 2 Jane 235 N. .
tu.clocks .ntque. brass hrl I 3 bedrooms. $ Bl 1692. electric funied. tion. porch breakfast room Broke. Ph N. H. RED'"e 1 day to 4 weeks I -"Among th Lk.. Br. Mam:59.I BUSINESS PROPERTY-# ZS per
I per. electric Itcen. abol Screne New 2-bedroom. i iI I APPROXIMATELY ACRES-Part month income secured by loaf leas
al.d many stores and bus 1-car garage. EAST easy walking Rocks. 1 week
other items new and I For quick l. $8750 with Allen Preh Realtor 140 110.s. tanee SWEI very livable d old* The Chick Co.. old I shower screened : Venetian cleared on ye4 road 3 Jules es. A good proposition to interested
Il. rom Lat Wo. ::
.e. 4 Kent toW & t east of for home anda parties. Mr. Potter
** with Herman
Rom cash.balance good terms. ange: in HomeLCLGE house with extra large 17-92. *. north of blinds throughout. 100 ft. Maitlnd F.
1.25 86l. Malt
I arne ma .
Owner. Goodwin Inc..
Nicholson. Realtor. 8. front porch and a screened laad. frontage. 1947 I Reanable Pr. Broker. (77 M. Orange;
CLOSE IN-603 E. Very 1 V anl. I Donald J. Nicholson 5467. 9885.
electric electric water heater.
FOR IMMEDIATE 2-1619. porch with laundry tubs with and .t.e. .
DELIVERY ho NORTHEAST A most attractiveconcrete
attractive rm. T b ___, I PARK cold water. House is frame fr block home with 3 spacious 19.0. Phone 5529. A T. 1>. ACRES fronting 10O ft- on large CABINS AND APARTMENTS doing

Complete bathroom outfits flat-rim CLOSE IN-Large comfortable b-, heart. pine_ and site I one bedrooms on a nice corner Tile I Dnl Broker, 33 S. Main. I lake. Five D. east of Winter year around business. 7 to 80* per
I sinks room with private bath and I, lots. Furnished sells for 510.I .- lot PARK. 920 Kentucky Park. $1.600 Lindorff. Realtor. month on a S40.000.00 investment
fixtures. BEVERLY II 2 bedrooms larger than I Large llvt'i* room
refrigerators. ManorI i
,e ayean. bal bath fir WINT .
uee.aeble. gas trance. Phone 2-4645. I aUon SHORJr in this I ins room with fireplace RY'I'I i Call Margaret Fisk with O'Ha- Heater room Oak iioors. cit fuhe moer. frame An-I 2-3983 or 4737. with liberal terms.' Tan Motes with

5t0.es-.spartnspot and al. LO6E IN-First nor; llernt' 3 .orkmanhlp bedroom home will } glassed sun porch garage I ira-Moore. 2-2380. 109 E. Pne.i rus. Near shopping ahoI and I bdom. 1.ln. rom BEEE 5 and 7 acres on the Clyde UcRensie. 104 W. Central;
electric lnl.cabinet sinks Well fule 30 E. RbID. I pleas the most discriminating. i and sewer unpaved street. i I II bus. WeU fIane. floors. corner of a beautifullake _
matte water heaters aat CASSELBERRY Azalea Lodge 1 b hardwood floors throughout I; near bUndonat Priced at FAIVI SECON-Ne. 5-room$15OO non wIth Jo Realtor. L1 screened porch automatic oU furnace Abt 9 miles from Orlando. CHENEY HIGHWAY Close in. 330

COBlIIftOQCft American Plan Hotel horses I b.t tile Wdo. sills aluminum 19.5. Mr. will show this. I Total price bunlalow... Mr. or home phone 7396. Fine and water heater 1 attahe An .P for your home. Price ft. en new route. 1O acres tourist
I fishing r!. Winter I I besting Bro Aeney. Re.ltor 112 N. with King Real Estate. ORWIN MANOR-Beautifully built garage. Beautiful lot prie r.ht $4500, Pho A T. Carter cabin or trailer park atte. S2SM,
American Plumbing Supply and Applianc Park bunt 1 & I system. This :'lt in I Orange $89. 6.Mowrey 30 E. Church 8435. -Open R concrete tile lifetime roof. tile by owner. 761 9516. .men Crr. Realtors. terms. Mr. Lane with Herman Good

Co.234 W. Washington St. CLOSE 9l4W.IN 206 HUlcrest Avenue. ; choice a large days.. floors. A dandy 2-bedroom home with WINTER PARK-Business Blot New 12 S. Mi win Inc.. Broker. 677 N. Orange;
elevated oak floor Large Irvine room with construction. 8225 9895. -
Rooms with meals- lot bautlU fura. ronnt
Private baths available.Aol o 1. .. The is can I fireplace. Very large corner lot. Price pr montA Good rental property. Forte 53-1.: Ranches and Timberland/ CLOSE IN-Fronting on main Wwgl
financed. Harlow G. Fredrick. 118 bunga reduced $4400 mortgage investor good buy.
I CITY LIMITS-6-room frame t Il.'S a way. Building suitable fox large
34. Articles Wanted CLOSE IN Room for business girL Orange Ave.. Dial 8188. low. Fully fued .and elI FERN CREEK SCHOOL SUonP balance ca5h Realtor 12,0. terms BIkelNea Real- CAT RANCHES--Since 1916." restaurant night club. etc. Priced to
Home privileges with private fan>- I.. Great to Live t Orlando." tricity. Quick war bedroom : 118 E. Rol n: dial 2-3753. Peter. R. H sell; good terms. Roper Realty,
1-a .aras. the trs 18 Rbinsn 2-37:3. **
AJCSS Furniture Call 20479.CLOSE I probably knows.
aU kd awing i. pancy. S5.8OO. terms see the m.tenaI in 191. Asbestos NORTHEAST-6-room home fully Ce.ta a.d Church and Main: 23433.dTEoMXc1oas .
mebe anything have IN Desirable Near i J. BackeU. 1317 Sligh I shingle largo
rom BACKSPIN DR. 3. New 2 bedroom Jaqies 'alr" furnished. Tile bath and sink
J t I-} Fumituro Grills and closets. tile bath screened porcb. WR PA-Moer rmbl. 54. Lots for Sale in. Established
Blvd. "Opposite
8.eTuon todayat and hobby kitchen and DPt Ph' drains. Oak Attached garage. beyond
aopp1. rm question.
ll. nor. Income
.1 8 Dal 39 New $6250. Corner two car garage near new door. Cathryne Raul- bat... Lr. over 3OO
E.1 lt Bus at
Amela. I bat. rlrlerto.. 12 :8 I Cash and I 195. I.u room room and Iea ADAia SECTION Over 100 lots In per month plus owner's quarters.
DIMOND CONCORD W. 612 Idol .trea 1..0 Realtor Located First Urn
wat. Je"e7. o AVE. airy of .tn. U.lt preb. on a this restricted residential on market. Owner retir
Hb& ca I I front and rear innersprtng. semiPrivate CONROY ST.. 515-7 room bunsa-, assume morK.le tta NORTHEAST- frame 3 bedroom ISO landscaped lot. &eautu ing. Call Don Dudley. Realtor.
will S9OO.OO Buy
I i up.
.. 3 Church. prh.CEI2. BEVERLY SHOREI'this section I low. 4 bedrooms double garage. 11..0. I you. 1p. Reg- oa corner lt Had.o This beautiful well-built home is where values. L stay up. Orlando 2-4745

ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOSr E. Pine. Rooms of hom. 2 i Large lot. chicken run. 6 citrus trees. wi b a.re.b1. I bunlal. .ar.. priced to sell with excellent terms. Co19. Rutland GUEST HOUSE
Development Bidg.
Vue .e ote II P. Swope Realtor. nor. bre..7.I 2-story close tax
.1 I
reasonable. an bungalows See and r offer on easy terms. wtb H. C. Babcock with Robert R.Tyre. .
b CaU or I each with- mal liberal terms. Jr. Freshly
Working decorated
wrt. L etUcenc pPl brom. 60 East Phone 5812. After office I 11. Pone Phone 8383. ; good year rouad
Ryan A. T. Broker. 550 N. Orange; I I .
Ho.er. Field. ApopkaDOORSOn prter. Continuous hot and Ule bath. One can be pucha I hours call A T Buster Carter 9516. Raltr. 13 W. Wahl..to: Income, 5 bedrooms 3V, bathK nice
2-08. your new
FRENCH furnished or unfurnished. 442. and 12 S. Main.ORWIN 6174.i :iVEj SHORu lounge and
pair for in airy pr i Cr. R.lor I I II this veranda. Price tTffBOO.
.Id. CaU 2-403 between '.30 CHRHST-h. J.-ol lava 1 war 3-bedroom bungalow beautifully COLLEGE PARK BARGAIN For i bedroom cement I i i ____ _____ __ ______ beautiful section. le.A 1 lots terms. Harry Heath Broker. 1308
1'0. 'n tory and I l.ndap AU large It Inspect 'I $8200.00 cash a 6 rooms. 2 bedrooms ock MANOR3 location I WINTER PARK-Beautiful 2-bedroom 1 E. Colonial Dr : 82S3.
I entrance. First flor. Robt. Realtor. AVENUE-2nd house oa b< hoe W. Rose In-
and and GDDA .U awabl.
sleeping porch
rnotuxa-use4 stoves lea CARLTON L and City and near bus line. About 1 year old. house of block construction overlooking I Orange Ave. HIGHWAY 17-WIlotth
bs. DRIVE. 1190-Large front N. Orange; 2S9BEAVER dinette also a 2V roam modern efficiency -J F.e rom bat lake. Master bedroom has 2 of Patt-
MWI. .ac Call 701 room in new home. Near bus. Hotndeeldwater I 1668 apartment aad garage. Pop, water elet Pcd \.U qUCL I Copper beat piping buys an arl.See One of closets living 'o has fireplace.large Owl. Manor office 3356 N. Orange units banks Are. 2Wx358 ft. 3 famished
prices. our Ge room for
at att times.COl.ONIALThWN.One 2 bed arty reconditioned Inside and 112.0. screened porch, Vanetian many more. Northara
Thsrmond HILLCREST Near- .. Central.
Pta I STE.116e. I SOl Brass R.I, I BAY 3 nice lots owner unable to come to Florida and
81. Dial e block from rooms blok Dor. U I I nicely furnished including washingmachine 2 large bedrooms blc tbou.hout. automatic hot wa S.-L..o develop this-
I business Nice rooms. 1234 place.COI.ONIALTOWN. wo i, and sewing machine. For man, bun..l. Venetian OCOEE-Facing baltu lake Starke with tubs and near Suitable for property pats a worth-
OFFICE and dtt bath I I .arae and 2-bedroom : I store. Phone28031.BEARLAKZ3e.cre. white price on same $19.000.
JC furniture : E. Colonial I appointment call Mr. Holcomb. blinds and A pa.e storage space e porte. This is trulya terms.
Get .na Chek with George Dr. by w r'n.6 j with O'Harra-Moore. 109 ; att Ineude home. bath room kitchen and livable home. Only Asher Peter, Realtor. cor Central
l.ar 1 8 1.1. t.. phone 8158 IORGE AVI 473 Beautifully rooms completely furnished I 2-2. z I ICOLONIALTOWN 1.1 home a prfe l.tOn I dinette. Large screened porch screeni A. C. 1270.. 56.70 cash. Roper tra, 52.0. and Main: 2-0796.
quick I do.n
washing electric refrigerator i Gle. I
home. Convenient. 814
.Ie. pre sleeping Separate laundry
SECTIONAL aactloni Pay macb. i ed Bok. Orlando Ave.. Maitland under- Main. 23433.CENTRAL LAKE LU ERJK SECTION:::::
B&A& or w ek.ORANGE I table circulating -New cement block $9.500. J. P. 145 N. with : Tourist
13 m. .tY. beat i completely furnished Main $809.IVANHOE building deep .eU eleti pump. "S'. Winter Park. home. Nice lnc*"> 30.00e, someLUCERNE'

5 .reasonable. Phone&e:.. !U famished.AVE. 473 8.-Baut er.Hyer.Possible iome. Apply 810 I,I.l b.al1.De. furniture and kitchen iI t ; I' Citrus BonnetS trees& Bennett.corner tta. O 17.0. I S-ROOM modern, home Jate oa I 9 lots. A V Locus W.-Block frOte. Kohl terms., Henry Burch. Broker. 115

WE BUY used furniture. b. ConYJnt I 1 3, 2 I SECTION-$2500 cash and Wit lot 80 Large andclosets. Ibe Wu 2-logo
CaU us be- Pay or tNI. I IRBlS COLLEGE PARK-Three ewmelt. bth bml x Ha rms .ame P.rt _ _
b I $50 per give yea G.rdeaORW
fo selling. Orlando Furniture Co. lifetime I I arend prch asht tle I .onU pa7mnt Also 3 j I SECTION-Frame guest
snore "* W. Jll E.-Front cor. eontUn Do. floors and immediate clean 3 and Would make ideal'apartment 'I DUBR COUNTRY CLUB sec .. .
Curchpuon AV. .ar..11.s Pn rooms garage. = WBHUXIU an* spaclong. a
gas floor fme. "aU. plenty :I terms. Mr. slee masonry \ tO Lrn tots low as 8495. easy bedrooms.
rent Bryant business i I
18. rom .I of closets. and HeraaI lul'I. Fepla. V'Oaloer or ofn Near Hi bathe. living iwom.

I. WILL BU. remove or saw your through ST. JAMES season. I spacious. Pie I i bt 11.0.0. IS.I Goodwin 9855. I Bre. 677 N. Orange I!I Venetian rm bld. to floored "OLLre attic 3 bUaal..i aln dmq-o.lie homes tile section832SO lison. 37 hande.. P. A A I Ii PJ, mon.matr Have tot become paidfor dining laundry room downstairs.kitchen pantry and
HOTZl.-South 1 1I S
pin* King lovely bed
Ll"o Company Bu.2'and. $6* ljna- Summer r.t aa. I 110.0 will at $87.OO .te month Pat can COLONIAL GARDENS 3-bedroom I,I location._or to rumpus lake rom Ideal bus bat and kitchen carpets and dra space i I 7613. Ratr. _ _ _available.Is Property bound to t hh cu tat rooms.! 2 tile baths up. H.V thermos.
p tnratthu
.. week up doubles. 9253. home. furnished; tile bath. a bld I Five and controlled oil furnace. Kqui5toI .
19TH rooms .
WE BUY DLUlND. gold. Cal Broker ra I and schooL Better see beater. cochere and separate ST-I4. in Buy today ahead of this I, furuished
r Bet o err YMCA-Attractive rooms fo young 45 West Central Avenue.COt.ONIALTOWNCustoifl. to *10.000eacellent terms to rI I Its gone. Realtor. bfore. laundry.pre with barbecue bath September : increase. We have some beautiful Lovely Immaculate eondiIon.

I. 1.Jwelr .a.aDUue\ mea. SIns! o"O"1*. I and UP: new sponsible oars,. Courtney Central H. 6\ citrus trees and big pines. Price $PIt. i 2O. Price. $5950. TermS. By large tots right on the golf course 166. 2-ear ladggp corner lotS 153*
392 N. ( 47.
I Call 9204. bu Orange; garage. *25.560. .
3 bedroom furnished 2-247. 000 00. See C- N. Weems with Mar- owner.825OO ,i Water, lights gas and bus available. terms.lion.

35. Fuel OU and Wood C LIMITS a or 3 ap- nished oak floor tile bath 0 1ur-. DUPLXJatll rmplet II KENTUCKY AVE.-2-bedroom house tie WiOiama. Realtor. 21 We Wash DOWN buys U emPIet171 I Paved. Carrigan & Boiand Owners.

.ta$5 a week and l .. save money deal o.ner. 1626 I f.rm O I 10 ft I with concrete block construction 1.t Street. Phone furnished hoe. lre ,,,I Carrigan Bldg., 67* N. Orange ;2I > ORANGE AVE.. N. Business locs
I FUN OIL A 11 tank ia safer.Pheae Bi Trailer Park. l East Mount Vernon Avenue. Ja .I always r.t. Apr casement windows. Lot : x ISO. landscaped oa pani art I I 4551: evenings. 2-2534. MLot wltb 50 ft. frontage and
II 8021 your tank filled. PA I meets both and roomy. I Price. 85000. $1500 A. C. Priced at $8.000. I 175 It.j2h Ask for 1-532.
iWE1 .Daily weekly.1 COLONIALTOWN Very convenientto I lr& Golden. Broker. 1121 N. Orlando Ave. MANOR SECTION New Spe"1 | HEIGHTS NO. 2 V c .
A larger tank insures bat oa coldestmeiaU' frame. 11. terms. PhoneA. I OWl Whitney Spiegel Realty Co. 147-foot frontage _Realtor. 37 E Central.
utiful bus and Here you are. block 2- oa Reading
afcOraw \?! &r near Maitlaod underpass Winter ennt1 : ;
F : .
I .. Oi B* cbl Crusts ro., .I.le friend tk 70.r el Tw nicelyfurnished Carter.T- Carter. .Jamerson and & large r al1 706 Metcalt Bll. 2-3269. i Drive close t. Lake Adair. A desirable' ORANGE BLcjosrt TRAIL Half

I OAK WOOD FOR SALE-AU lengths {;" near transportation; homes- 'bedrooms, Rto. 12 S. Mal Prt. brs kitchen breakfast nok TWO STOR. attached garage. Fur building spot in one of Orlando's block east. "> guest how.

$16 per _d this week oaly Pease 8jjg? >aseAveDue. Phone W. P..27. on 2 bedrooms and glassed-in aep DUBSDREAD S ON-lt and KALEY SCHOOL SECTION-Modem Electric refrigerator electric with bath and best mideatial areas. Paved street. I S rooms. or two 4-reo seartment.

440*. _* TWO preb These are both raY De. bath frame buns alow. Ovine completely I 2-r frame home furnished and water heater tlded Good .a large closets .la1 .eataD Price All assessments paid. Use the entire' Owtier neng cash. check as8 make

oAKi: sale. All : _ble. 8L RwR excellent $1.5 furnished at 145. Call Mr. nicely. Corner lot. garage citrus and late. Special Prc ieiat $8750-bat 07 : cash. tot for your own home, or build .oa slier. Some tes.mss C. U. Taylor. Reo _
$16 ODo week oaly.J.t oa. end 513.500. c.1 Audrey Ptma Mowrey w King Estat. 30 E. shade. Prtce. 5,0. Terms. Wilbur sale. An extra 1'6 Owner will carry mole fo bal, hall and sell half. $3O per front foot. Cr. 2515 N. Orange. 54

p U P.. Street AD BAD'0 Woodruff 1.I with SttNtta Vea BJ C1h R 6 8435. .I &tctn4 2 W. Church St. terms. Sam Johnson Cow 2 ance. Sally Stone Maaeel Lawrence owaer. Phone 2-' -

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RAILROAD 56. Business PROPERTY Property_26S for ft.Sale Oft | 60.BAR Business AND GRILL Opportunities-Downtown location f 6!. Loans Up to $300 65. Help Wanted-:Mai* |. Mister Breger I Iv.nc5 76. Traier-Trck for Sale I SUnilH &'rnttnr1-'tar I

A4 A.L. R.Uro.d.' 29S: ft. on Amelia apartment over for extra In- CASH LOANS-For most SHORT ORDER CK-MI be ex- 'v'iw-"i-' -_-' -' Cejr. HUT. King ?cOwlS If5uoeaee..wet.tips,dM18t.l. 1M7 ZJE TAE 1 I. here In i 3, 1947. PAGE 13 !
block any personal WE. SE.
from .1 St. .. 1'
Tm"THii. Will Oran Blo come. Doing good business gross or business Purposes at Acceptance fr..nf 1 : S L.iB 4 &6p.ae ml.1 Equipped -I
JP uii ,u I .
or p rt S4SO week. Only
Gabel Construrtion 6.OOO 00 for all In I WANTED-Younc man to act a* Rutland Bide. Phone Co OWMr' 19 equipment and business- ood lease. 1 with home CorPOr.tl If. Ol.ndo sales manager for srower-packer A le 01,
8363 Hoffman with Clyde McKenzie 104 Avenue phone 7136.481 serviceat Who packs per day. Most t. Up to to pay
TOURIST COURT SITE--4 unit un- W. Central; 2-4775. I offices in Cocoa Winter Haven !' have fresh cnt" with F 0 B. buyers Reed! Trailer Sales. 201 N
..I.Her. 3 conr.truct.on.mlie OI"toW"t 3OOO OI Klealmmee for QUick I FILLING STATION AND Restaurant and St. Cloud I real, of opportunity car-load citrus.for right This man.la a Orange BI TraaORAGE ; LOANS LAS
17.000 gallons I
already this month i
11-92. with in profits
on In filling station. Restaurant averi i i CASH LOANS.-Ouickly mad oa furniture -i i good .partpaton. be a life-time above connection. . By Phone
TOURIST COURT Mo.'7iTciSSt I ages during Summer (150 per day. autos and diamonds. OrIsodos | Write Box 496 S-Star. I Bow 'to.
location and especially! Perhaps the bert spot In Orlan > for i own Home Finance Co- 314
lady or middle-aged couple at he flUln station. 85000 will handle. E. '' Metcalf: Bide. Dial 2-0304. I YOCNO MA OR. LADY Eprt BUICKA CALL CS-THEN
work and upkeep. mould j 8. Burnett Broker 37 S. MaID; !I i i enced office .. SOP
not be LOANS
*?"? Also room for exp.n5ioD.I I phone a-3083. :, loan ON HOUSES-Get a small handle r.s and make deposits. 5-day I THE SAME HOUR fOR
on your property for fixing C
should this the b. desired. Income auhorizes I FILLING STATION-N. Orange on '!I I up Florida Cret. 21 W Pine 1st I. P.week.o. B9X2M hours.". Perma.en: cm; 1912 BUICK Headmaster 4 ritz CASH! *JO $300
S25 000. terms. I busy corner. 84,000 for quick sale stairway Theater \
"aa door sedan. Excellent condition -I
Phone A T. Carter I I Exp
8516. Jamersoa Call B1U Douclaa with U. F. Boiand.l I RT'funltwerifnter- ttI -
and Carter. RealWrs12 8. alain. i Realtor Carrltan Bldg. 672 N. Or- MONET FOR EERGECII I Per- complete accessories.ORANGE TTrsI 'cash nattily an real 8ieaare. I

ante; 245LGROCERY ,I, take hut a et csh i manent position. Rcpiy Box 5J4 3-3. FurnIture Can CASSIFIED
tmp or tejlaf
LargeIrVprooT. Alto
',, here. Florida W. Pine. MAN V.let01s. 'Li I
modern with : rR-PART TWSS.vt,,, :
PaTed corner. bll private loading RR.area siding la I gaa station STORE on-lake Sport*front goods with and 1st Stairway east of Grand Theatre.I insoni and Rob ; ; Lio. : / BUICK I

center of industrial lone c. W. wl- 870OO stock and equipment. Goodyear I QUICK CASH LOANS Furniture GFC LOAN COMPANY

ters. Realtor. 87a: N. Orange; 6509. round business. Mutt sell due to I I I note and auto loans 2-hour servIce i bb. sales Help \anted
I bad health. Inquire at 685 N. Orange Family Lan Co. 501 FloridaI _. 1942 BUICK Sedan- 1 East Rowitucn Phone 1n DISPLAY

EXCELLENT LOCATION for .m.ni! Ave.! 'Orlando. Florida. I i Bank Phone Bide 2-1661.. Callls man.J. AVON PRODUCTS. Inc -will train \ ette. Very Supr, excellentfinish. I
business on main thoroughfare in I I women earn tl.bo more per
Fastest growing section la Or.ando. GROCERY AND MARKET-Reduced! I hour representing ane products .
to ou \
U OO. 214 W. Central
50 to 100 ft. fronts* at less thanprevalilna LOANS on an types of property; long Women employed not apply, ( !
cost per Ironi foot. Bur I I GROCERY and meat market. Good--- or short terms: low rare immediate ., Openings in Orlando and surround- I I
DOW on our easy terms and watcn: stock. Doing S90O weekly will do service. Harlow O. Fredrick. 118 log town Write qualifications 18Naomi ORANGE BUICK
Tour investment grow as you pay. better. S85OO. terms. Roper Realty. i N. Orange Ave. Phone 8188. Dihmaa 816 Broadway. Or- CUSTOMERSWe i
Paved streets sewers and all utilities. Church and Main; 2-3433. lando. R S. EANS'DAILY
Corner available If desired. Call Car- GROCERY I LAUNDRY ROUTE SALESMAN=Ex 1941 Con-

rican.. 672 and N. Boland.Orange; Ph.Inc.2-4351.CarricanBids. east stock side and corner.AND equipment.busmets MEATS,Low on 85750.rent.-a Long close-in Good very!established i!I 63. Mortgage Loans i. AMAZING pertnced.SlarLsiandry.13-PROFITS Only bus-:Sell er 1 need name Terry.spOts imprinted A/ \'eclble.top.BUIC This Spl i an, exceptionally radio- DOZENs

LARGE RooM two-story duplex good terms. CaU Jack Lockamy withC. MONEY AVAILABLE-At low Interestrates Christmas cards, SO for 111T': clean car.
furnished. 2-rar taraie. fruit and W. Walters. Realtor. 672 N. Or- I on well located residentialand I 11. Complete, line Christmas everyday ;;

shade distance one block to town.to Lake Income Eola.: walking (2100- sore; 6509. Res. 2-6652. I and business Winter Park.properties, No la broker.e.Settee OrlandoI I assortments stationer Approv Elmira : :4 1<. Bl Listed Daily I
samples. Empire
year price S12.SOO. Johnston Henry.Brcker. HIGHWAY RESTAURANT' 125: ft. | Investment Co. 25 W. Washing 1.1. Y.SA. ORANGE BUICK
i frontage on 17-92. Completelyeasipped.
ton. Phone 8S13.
6 W Church SI 6545. I I ready for occupancy. Most I REPKS"ATI to cover 4W N. Oe Now Have

Horned be sold this protect liquor nationally
troves guest i i I .O .bD'v | ESTATE LOANS Low al DI i
i license. Call 1940 BUICK Special 4 door
homes trailer parks businesses for A.. T. Broker. 33 i I RL build. refinance : I a"v..rta product in a protected ter
8. Main: 5529.HARDWARE : commission bast -
ale. Call Mr. Boerstler. 910 Kuhl ___ i y. The sedan. Excellent condtin. FORD.-l$41 7 door Mtfao. Radio. -
Ave. with Henry Burrh Broker; 2- I I STORE WeU established -|I Department"ofP First National Bank *. Ceiline thermostatically type! automatic controlled air cir "H"r-'tv, would you an--" pr th' ''ont door' Mv hair's ] clean inside and Compare at ..,,._ .4MK
1090Listings appreciated I business. Clean line of out
I i at Orlando second floor. cwat .
stock. Good location. Whit Box 477 I round use. in all cmercIal. o mes :' !
W AREHO SEeCifflc.. ..paccon, !I S-Star I professional and Itl I PL 4 door the
crete block: bUilding. aluminum WANTED. 51.000-Cons er morteaze. In letter O-1 .
2 I 0" Gu.l&lcllons ORANGE BUICK A _. .
room. 3600 84. ft. Prtc.. SU.5OO. :i HOME AND INCOME-Eiceilrot 10cation lt mortgage with Frs Fed will within I De na.
13500 rash? Call Georgis! von Schiller. -I on Orlando Ave.. highway I eral, _Savings if; Loan. Box 55 I the beoDtaciiOrland 43 7*. os-Trailers ',a"tf' 75. rTsTart for S-tl
Realtor. 7186 17-92 In city limits of Winter" Park. : Valencia Drive. Dunedln.! Fla. No STEBAKER-I9 4 door
Nice home for owners nd 2 r..atal.p.rtm..nts GET MG 1M1 starley-Dsvd- 1942 FORD ConvertibleClub
TOP CASH PRICE for your car
57-1. beach Property which will return more I T. Fist F..d".l Direct Reduction I telephone. __ _._ reg.r<1 *ss of make or modrl. Used rORYC. Prfe' cODdIU. $675. I New sea!. Jxc.t._ _tr.-_.. I
I than 12% on Investment. Price 815.- Plan I the easy way to ,6ALEfAN and collector for esrab- Ca Exrhmnc 219 W. WashingtonPhone ., WiifQxson. 51 : I I CouJe. toP. good .
000. Chenault and Jennings Realtors. purchase a home. Consult with First r insurance debit S finish .
COCOA BEACH Is Orlando's beach. I i : _2-2582 MERCURY-1933 Good rdio.ORANGE
I I APP;? la person Friday. Sept 5 front 4-or .fa.
672 N.
Mr. Pulsipher the only realtor Orange; 7234. Federal Savings and Loan BADLY IN NEED of1944an11947 I! condition. 6271. CEVROLE-IH C Ex FOLLWING
9am '0 3 p.m 316 Bide R"&Dai" Cal
tion. 50 Pine at Court Street. Am..ncn ..
over there has lots and houses. favorably LAKE LUCERNE SECTION If you Eat automob.le and older ear Harley 18 Canton al De -- $4K
located reasonably priced. ate Interested In a large beautiful I Orlando. Fia. today. Office hours ,,
I .. Employment Agencies Wadswortb. 615 North Ortnge Ave. NA coupe. new BUICK
9-12 Saturd.LHelp I. H-l'4 Coanrb
home with several hundred dol- 92 .kd.n. '.
I I' Tr chon8597 mltor. R.dl and A MEHCXTRY-:a Owls Cttaae.
I 7 COCOA BEACH-Good developmentInvestment and- per month income. you must BROWN'S SEVC GET-TOP CASH PRICE for heater $335 Wjkjgyl Mon 7S1 1 Radio cleanWIG
opportunity. House PSNNE
6 ocean front lots. favorably locatfd.Puls1ph..r. this for place selling.at Furnished once III health or unfur rea ; 64. Wanted-Female :I and Nul' R".lt make. 70lrca i! N Mills. 22174.OLDSMOBILE1940. I 1942 CHEVROLET Aero 'er SIZE I

Re.ltor.HA II.U I l I work come t 515 W. Central. I you cr..I"d.f 219 : Washington] 2 door sedan. BUICK 1996 4
Will trade on bungalow. 809 I want caU 6323. New Paint, clean in- door fedM. Ne
clean condition. Sean
hep Exceptionally
VE SOME really fine homes. $15.- Terrace. Ph. 7915. No Sun- I CECER-ASHIElut b. nI Phne 0 I driver .__
caUs.NEIGHBORHOOD. I Good J. 8. C Motors, S5O Orange
Some 000 furnished.to S20.00O PuJ..u All >ocean hu. Realtor.fronts. grocery and mar- prl..n..d. : QUick ..dval..m..at.ApplY 69. Work Wanted-Female jl j 7 5.Used Cars for Sale I Ave Op n SundayS.OLDSMOBILE'i939. teror.

Cocoa Beach. I ket. Excellent location. clean stock M.r..r..t Ann 8tore. Church COOK Salad maker cafeteria work.: BUICKS-A* well as other makes i 4o. $390;

and fixtures. 840 per, month rental.Include. and RosalInd. _ _ l or day- ate, white. Slice leiUO. Orange Buick Co.. 1934 Oldsmobil 4-or. SJ.Owner ORANGE BUICK 101 W. CEN TYPE I
58. Real Estate Wanted i store and furnished apart- FOUNTAIN GIRL-Good hours good I References maid.middl E. Ro 53 N. Orange Are. ... b..twf 9 and I 4381

i ment. Priced for quick: sale; for details !- PI). Apply. so East CentraL 0.51: Phone 5410; P.m. gal 4646. S.4718Miekey.OLDSMOBILE:_ I DI It
homes. businesses and "| tee Louis 8. Dolive. Broker. Grill. EXPERIENCED office e.cutln. trI I
ACRES. ; BUICKS-1947 Roadmaiter-.ed.n: -'-193d two door .d.n I 1941 LINCOLN ZEPHYR 4
21 W. Washington. 8412. I credit l.n..er. -> CHEVROLET 1 41 4 door.ed.
groves. Buyers waiting. Courtney f I rfpDd"Dt. Harley Wadsworth. 615 Orange -
Super sedanett 1941 Super!
: Nor
I FOUNTAIN GIRL-Must be nperli responsible poi II i lU door sedan. motor.
Realty! ; 392 N Orangedlal 2-2411. ORAiGEAvE. Store 33a115-.nd I seks prm.n..nt Barley Wadsworth. 615 Ave.Phong 897.PLYMO Re-but R. very clean -$11
enced. No others need apply. Orange I sUton .
-. -- I living quarters. Masonry i Pharmacy, 1124 E. Colonial Dr. 56 Worth_ _Or Are. 8597._ 1939 Baby and an excellent .
APARTMENTS-Homes Groves. Buain. : aDI .
experti [
ness Property. Stop aa you shop | tion and modern construc-I 4001. I i eoce XOPERATORIO as ; years year*assistant EtJICK-1941 hop"club coupe I, SV At 6O Cen- BUICK-1939 Special 4 door v For Your Use
.. to Fla. Bank" and list It withGeortc pletely! furnished with "" I manager opr.tor office No night or I See at S3* Grove Park Dr. after tint Ave. 01) R 8 Evan dan. Very nice _( I
en. Building now operated as GIRL for office work II
garage. general
; _
Realtors. am 4pm.BUICIC A-I ORANGE BUICK
Klttrrdge &; Son. Price with equipment. 822.- I I Sunday work Box 583 S-Star. ,Ii PONTIAC -f 1938: good Plnt.
17 East C"ntr&1-2-31711. I garage typing; 5-day "I Apply 1941 Roadmaster sedan. mechanically! : good Radio
500. This 1s less than -1S42 Aeroeedan.
replacementcost. DAY
I Bryan. i lUL WOR WA."I'ai equipped. Price. 1500. Can and heater 517 N ffughey.Apt. 2.
BUNGALOW USTINGiJin nortn I .* cash balance over 10 )..an.Hucblo'N..al. t.i Fu1 Rad. An exceptionally dean
I GIRL-25 to 3O. For retail candy |I FONTLkC--1941 four 1912 OLDSMOBILE Sedan-
and east sections. Also home and Realtors! 118 E. Rob- LADY teneral office I dOrS 1446
'1 ln. dIll 2-3753. store sales. Experience i YOUNG .ant BUICK ROADMASTER-1339 4-door ,, Harley Wadawortn. -
Income listings. Wilbur Strickland.Broker. on; pre..re| work. Experienced typing or-I New paint clean in- ONOURCLASSIFIED :
Box 589 8tar.hOUSEKEEPERSome flnl.Pnanent DeLuza sedan Excellent ance Ave. Phone 8597. ete.
23 W. Church: 6675. PARTNERWANTED-Aetiv. 6wb.l
'I or piton. Write Bx 58 I redlo and rubber and' OLDSMOBILE 1989
lent In downtown Oriando. and Go PLYMOUTRS-1941 Deluxe sedan; e.
........ .
&I-I Priced market Very tnruout
BUNGALOWS good listing Is a cook Star. paint. at I can I
ed business. Can do tSO.OOO $ 2 door Wad S
to children
care for two ( yrsjwhile I 194 adal Hale
sure sale!!! We will furnish the sales' i 1895.0. Can be seen today 11:3: a m.. .
615 Grange Ave.
000 business first and time.
year mother
part 70. Work Wanted Male PhneiOtI9 t
.ork G at M7 E. Ave.
effort. If supply the product. T. p
you : 3 I. CADILLAC-0987
the second! 7"ar. Plenty of merehandise home and 51.U i 8597. ORANGE BUICK 4 dl sedsn.Fleetwocid
K_ Hastings. Realtor. 62 Vi ECen- I
available OD the mar .. "fust I Write r.p611 Verona St.. Kimimmee. ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE 10 BUICK-1938 club coupe., 18 Call TUd I body nan $te
tral tArcade: 4337. 1, base good references Contact o..ner. I Florida. Mr Rogers at 5141 or ., r-8aD' new _._._
_ _ I years assistant electrical maintenance Ullt ) fT45A
GROVES-HOMES-BUSINESSES I I: Mr. Cole for appointment. Cail4923. |i iRES.URANTB..r i HOUSEKEEPER in. Care for 2 engineer with large manuraeI 811 B Concord. ph- after- 5 I 11185 Colonial Motors 1239 E. Colo 1939 NASH Sedan. Excel

your property with board and salary. I plant: 15 years house wiring. CADILLAC-1941 81" 4 door lan; nisi Dr. Ph i ii
I chldr"D. Rom ) hn"1 I Irepairing 2-3 lent condition a good buy. OLDSMOBILE 2 H'
RraHor Chenault A; alllr..lv.1 and wine Hcese.living and selling desires Excellent CDdlUo clean PL I94C c
57 SS.r.NCR' _ I applanres Club dan. Runs ..
Phone low [ 950 M. OU cupEtr des
672 N Orange Ave. quarters. 240 ft. main highway Wnlte. experienced; I permanent! conn"Con. BX 581 mileage. C. oton.. I cl.1 rd1 J. S C very'nice $ I
HOME WANTED- Northern buyers frontage: rooms for cabins or assist with 2 small S-Star. Orange Awe. Open 8IDI.7. 'N .. Open Sundays. !
and Investors inquiring daily for I| trailers; over 100 fuU bearing citrus children. References: live in: ev- MIDDLE AGED MAN-Neat. sober. i CHEVROLET .- 1940 convertible I! 1940 sedanI ORANGE BUICK I
businesses homes and farms. Strout trees. Land building worth more than I i: !I coupe. Radio and heater. Good PYVOUT 2"or
I ceiient wages other help kept. Pa. I dependable wants most any kind I sen. Floridai j DISPLAY
Realty. 318'\ W. Colonial. selling price of 819,000. Owner ..:U''|I 5509. |! of work. References. Box 376 S-Star. i i I condition. 11145. Wrkrgrl Motors i Pr Jefferson and Celtr.1 dial 200 OTHER CARS

finance. Harlow a. Fredrick. Business I': OPERATORS WANTED-Experienced! I I 751 N. M'I. 2-2174. Motor.- Garl.nd 1941 PONTIAC 4 door se- TO SELECT FROM i
Broker 118 N. Orange Ave. Dial ; i
HOUSES WA.vnD-We: have proa-i; 71. Airplane Sales and Service CHEVROLET-1941 Special
8188. I I I on heavy duty sewing machine I DLux. STCIIPBAIER.-1938 ecus See at dan Good motor. tires
peels! for 2. 3 and 4-bedroom ', Apply In person 2008 N. Orange Ave.SECRETARYExperienccd ', 4-door R.di. beater. 1195. 100 Crafi'" Texaco Station. Gore Ave. go I
feomes in good location Call W. B. ACTIVITIES en Or- g. Winter Road. '77 'I and RuN Inside and out
Nicholson. Realtor. 3-1619; 14 8. I RADIO SHOP-Complete and fully ; res ons- Airport CHEVROLET 1947 Aero .
MUDc.pal v..t -
ible position; payroll experiencewould ofu. F".tn. GOIN' ON VACATION for few
: SdainSt., equipped. Scare part Call Al j 'i eracs most approved Sedan. 601 mites resfeter- a PAGE
WUlinl. 4347SPECIALTY Apply Fun Ka- week Clyde 4J4 Buehey
i I
b helful. Our location many 751 Gf.
ptovlde ed WTkTITl Motor N. 2i -
I tlonai Mt. ;, Court. take of my business
LAUNDRY This not' advantages City buses to door. 2141.I 1 t.r.
I is
HOME; WANTED Customer waiting I ou i I
while I J. R.
m away Smith. 33 E.
for food 3-bedroom 2-bath home in j jDlcn I: a launderette. Grossed tie.OOO first SWMH"E OPERA TOR i Phone 6505 or nern.2-01. Eliot Hew motor. I ORANGE BUICK CO.
.. Robnn.
section. Ross Kay Anderson. ,, 6 months this year. A wonderful Investment |. worl 'L. Kerltn- I CEROLE UJ.. Spar
Broker. 379 N. Orange; 6823. at 820.000.00. Exclusive: pay; five d.,a week. TWIN ENGINE ratings on GrummaaI CI..I. o and S"rc.. 7B. Trailers-Trucks for Sale AUOMOBILESBU
with Clyde M Kenll". Can Zussmanaft..r : surrounding Com I St.tln. Falb.nk. S30 N. ORANGE AVC.
tat10n CD..lal Widgeon; land. tea and Instrument. I .
HOMES priced! right for quick sale.
I 4 at 24775.TIRE ready .Irl Sunnytown S.Y i! Veteran' training. Orlando Aviation I! COVERED New
Any location or 13. Howard. I I 1938 WAGON- roof and
Plant. CHEVROLET- condition i
Caeim. Fl.SVirHB Country Club. Ph. Winter Park 863. coup.G
Broker. 306 N. Main; 7325. good at I new paint Small down payment. "YOU GET A BETTER BU

HOUSK down. Will or remodel 3 ct and mpaf.oo:1l; : I I BUSINESS )I. )"ea.i-R-OPERATR. p.m.- Not to I Ii i 7% Autos-1 racks for Rent $380 f T. trs.. God Ph. 6. ,I I $43.13 Frank Reed a month.Trailer Why Sale*pay. 201 rent N.? FROM ORANGE BUICJC Now is the time to 24 Point Erbar
Centrally located fully equipped recapping 1 a m. Past experience relatively unimportant CADILLAC 1941 4-door sedan. A Orange Blosgom Trail.

necessary. Prefer. Call! College 2-1526. Park OrColontaltown. I equipment and vulcanizing aad good win shop. i chief; knowledge requirement.of Permanent Orlando 'D. V AR"E U-DRI IT-Drive Hi Lincoln.good bur.1942 4-door See.this j j DODGE TRUCK-1943 a. ton. $4O>f "ORLANDO'S OLDEST consult THE OLDRELIABLE
ran day.
ar..ta i ; or &
HOUSE WANTED......We have pros- I I :hot be bought at a reasonable price., I{. Jb good pay. Apply to City Cab Co.. t< D. Varner me.. 234 W. car tods?. I bars*IB Drive.City Clean"rs 39 W.Colonial .
peeta1 for modern 5 and 6-room Owner haa other Interests For one Nears or Mr. Howell. Central Ave U-Drln-I. I Both 1: excellent! condition fully DEALER-
hornet. II your house it for sale. I looking for this type business this Is '[ SALESLADIES We have several equipped.! You choice S1SSO each.I !
call Allen Johnson. Realtor. 140 N. worth investigating. Ask for >> permanent! open for ladies HERTZ DRTV-UR-SELP SYSTEM Located! lot W. Central AveR ISae 34 Point Erbar I I42'Pt
8612.Specialising: in ton I Trucks and pas..nlu cars for rent A H..- Phone 5455. CMC TRACTOR and DIAL 5410
Orange Homes.*;' Boone at between the of 1 and 36. by hour day or ..... .. rates 375 n._ 144. Fe.
hail Bros- Agency. Realtor 112 r'j haul trailer. 221
who ..at to learn to mprcb.n.I N. Orange, phone 2-4064. CREVROLETS-1941 Sports s.dao.
Orange Ave. TeL 5189.TOt'RIlT : display and aeU Total .ork .eI I I 1941 Town sedan. Barter Wads- Open Evenings
LISTINGS WANTED: *-Due to the Increased hours. I you are ambitious and .ant.a JIM CUMBIE U-DRIVE-IT '47 worth 815 North Orson Ave. Phone $100 to $300

Dumber of Inquiries we fr.net! pIUOn come in and model cars. By day. week or month. 8597 PICKUP TRUCK 1941 Studebaker. 6 to 9

need more listings of Fine Home 2. COURT and home. First d-lscuss same .. M. Barnes. F. W. I Competitive rate 904 N. Or.DI: CHR.LER-1935 four door stKan.Hi good rubber n.. paint. 8795.

3 and 4 bedrooms. Also business and etas Close in. Price. S23.00O. Wooimorth Co.SALU5IE. ; dial 2-521. -' Wadsworth. 61S North Or- Phcne 3-0346. 304 Harvard. ErbarAbove I

income properties.! Joe Q. livers. terms if desired. Mr. Potter" with :I! and department man I OLIN-S U-DRIVl IT INC.-New cars I""e Avr.. Phone 8MJ 1 TRAILERS See tile 1947 "M" sysI 1941 PLYMOUTH
Realtor. Dial 8881 or 6638. Herman Goodwin Inc. Broker. 677N. T Orant Co. hat for ). week or month .. I tern before you buy. sizes. BuIlt Coupe

Orange: 9855. |! opening for 4 department managers Na red tap*. 2 locations. 24 CHROL.. To. 1.. I risht. priced right. YOD.; Trailer

LISTINGS WANTED-cueuta waitmi. 13000-INUSTm la well located and salesladies. Preiou..pr.ne Orange Garland. Ph. 2-4814. and N. *33.i I Motors 1239 E. Colonist Sales. Orange Tr at Ameta 1941 PLYMOUTH Tudor.
E. P. Blaylon. Realtor. 33 K.Pin amiD machine and metal workshop preferred. Age to arrangement. 2.4. Or Ph Clean

8t.. phone 6631. will enable experienced! operator I: COh. work week. See : Deluxe TRAILER-x 4-tc utility or THESE [ is in I
CRSVR'7LET-194i Special Ilabl. CHECK
73. Service
W. T. Auto
WANTXD' to establish good income. Also W. L. Thur.d"; I for farmer. Ail
LISTINGS Home S..rrd
groves.rentals. ... n.
j 4 d-or rdan Like n" ael b. 1946 PLYMOUTH Special actual size
Let! us help you sell your living quarters la connection. Thisis I I Grant _ _ I W. Jefferson Cet..1I 8t tires tar.uln be 1m- ] ,
property. Han Broa. Agency. 112 H.Oran. worth Inveatliating. See me at''1 STENOGRAPHER- Permanent position. AUTO BRAKE JOBS and wheel. I I Porld.ote. 10 "' Phone 2-0156. Deluxe Coupe
... dial f.189. once. Sam A. Hutchins. Broker. 409 and a day week. P. alanmcat. 1-day Rrce. Wheels : TBAIJRS.-iiew and FOR
h.l used .
Fv. ".; ) C. A. 8 LISTINGS WANTED-We have the S. Orange Ave.. Phone 2-0583. I: O. Box 20.WANTEDWhite i: Prfc;_Sons. 0 W. Church j i 001" covers.- DL., ad.p-i-% Premier. $145 and S1595. Acyvvorv 1942 PYMOt Fordor

buyers If you have the property. 82S.OOO NEEDED for expansion of cor- II women between 3. I I, gooa motor perfect. Driven bv CO.1! and Preway t
Call A. T. Carter. 8518; Jamersoa kCarter. poration distributing 1ruc. hiall and 4O t tr.t for pastry ALIGNMENT-Free: 1pecton Prompt I owner :. Low mileage. 539 N s'ave parts doU. awnincs. bottle OUTSTANDINGVALUES
12 B. Mala.FHONK states. With or UeaU. paid and tick leave. !, repair by expert! mech.n" A one" Huchey '.-. Ankney Trailer
0 with Apply \I stop service at Ood.ar'* Service. euiment .. 1941 BUICK Special Sedan
Especially attractive to party insurance manaser.Morrison's 45lg Blossom
COKE SEND To 41 W. fumt..d. Traa
300 N. Orange .. DODGE 1941 coupe perfeci rnn- FOR RESULTS
3471. -
I Insurance experience! P. O. Box 1
Washington your Real Estate list >
dfon! inside and out. RadiiM
Orlando. Fla. BODY AND FENDER repairing and j
ings. experienced. 1941 BUICK Sedan-
C. B. Davit. Realtor 41 W. WATiiS8Mul\b. l pamtmi Estimate tiven. hratc" )Inw mileage and a good hu" Special
Washington; 78Q.ESTATE IF YOU a .Iaot
WAN but..sa..s' 1 Satisftcfonmranteed. Varner See at Th 3d S Reitaarant. S9S* ette
REAL WANTED for home court or *ro e i'' WAITRESS ly today I Kuh! ,'c TRACTORS-Grove type-
Its -gei.Whitney -D-APpl 234W C-':1 .J' As ePhong -H' _ __
wlU to "Speak to Sp 2315.B '
sale big or little phone 5528. A. T. pay yon i I Royal Sundries earner Robinson
Davis. Registered! Broker. 33 Eoutia Spiced Realty Co, Re Uors.70S and Rosalind 8t : REPAIRED-We supply all :i i DDF-142 Custom ftrdct A coed 3 entirely rebuilt grove tractors for 1939 OLDSMOBILE 2-door
!. __ I Wadsworth. 615 North
Metcalf Blda. 23269.BARGAINThefes 1 au'o nerds: also tires gas sale. Can seen at p..teGrow..n sedan
Main. WOMAN la and oil. Dixl Sa: Service. W Orsn Ave Phone 859'7.r __ b USE
EXPEIE.'CE Forest City.
lathe I I..nera
hotel .
small -
1946 .
a Copcr.Un.
South at Boone St. tndor. 5
I ____ 15"
will .
which net
buyers for 5 and 6 room modernhorns. Rids Section : and good plain! -Dlu' 1940 FORD Tudor
cad > 1
2O Investment. An Ideal I D. VARNER. INC. to :
.. to 30 en j yoirI coupe.
If yours is for sale caU u* 434 winter Park.MORRI5ONS taw .
P. bpU ? "cs 781 N. Mill passenger
today. Kin Real Estate 30 K. stu.for cou1l. who "Ih.. to live I I auto or truck and top .2-14._ $200 DOWN win buy a house trailer
Church; 8435. Open Sunday at 8SO.OOO. Will CAFETERIA want I! prices immediately. D. Varner IncStudebaker .C qO.141* door sedan. Radio and from Frank: Reed. Large selection 1939 FORD Tudor .
consider reasonable offer. Call Sam white women for work in caf..ta1 I Sale and Srv ce. 234 finish. Clean insideM of new and used trailers to choose i Iowa
wijino-b'U"ttll; in"mploye 2 Wright with David Andrews. Realtor. i 6 eight hou days. Hard .. I you W. Central Ave. Phone 2-31S3 .- : out. Only $1195. Colonial Dr. Ph fl. Up to 30 months to pay Why CHEVOLT-1942 1940 FORD Fordor CLASSIFIED'WANTADS
bedrooms, near Itanho plant. TeL I Winter Park 659. are work do not .PP1. See '-353 rent? Frank Reed Trailer Sales.! sean.I .
1-416O. Mr. Wagner.MORRISON'S 7-1. Auto i'arts-Acressort I
201 N. Blossom
: 'tD:19-t9 Orange Trail.
SPOT Short orders daDo I Iinl. : 4-001 sedan. Low mtttaae. -
GOOD 2-OR 3-BEDROOM, prewar NIGH. ber and w'ne. with I Ila.rtn. CAFETERIA Want Look and run* like new. Don't FIRST SHOWING of the 1943 Palace PACKARD'-1942 convertible 1939 FORD Fordor
bungalow la south or southeastsection. lease. Price S3OOO. attractive young ladies for cafeteria FRONT END REPAIR PARTS now miss this opportunity to see this Trailer. The and only postwar -
Have buyer that must loeate I Mr. G.lh Herman Goodwia I training. High school educatinrectul..d. I i available for almost any make ?'. wonderful ba-galn 3310 Cray St. of Its frt on the I coupe. 1194

before Oct. 1. P. A. Allison. Inc Broker. 1'7 N. Or.D.e 9855. <' Paid v.cattn. h0Pt.la- :I auto C A. Prance. &Son 1010 W. :| FORD'-1936 Convprtibe coupe"Good taUu metal body marke\. COLdor
Realtor. 37 W. Washington. 7613. in.uraac for .mlo APP1' Chunh. phln. 1181. 1 i Equipped With apartment Frigidalre.
custard sue -
motor rood tires good paint Job. 1941 convertible
Crowl..y.COLR :
250 OwNorr Mr. -
WE HAVE BDYERS wanting *, I Gardner TIRES-- y.I91: tubeswheels. :[ Can be sen at bbulce PackingHouse Butane gas stove fof air I CHEVROLET'sedan
business property. and homes.op"otmllledlate Real Estate Agency. 29 8. Court St.. : GIR for general hou. any Pontiac, motor- : at Fairvllla between 7am. ; system phis many f..atur.; 1937 ,

sale list with r. A. dial 2-4481. Good reference. I I rycle ..rrtcrli 28th 81. Phone !, and 5pm_ _ _'_ never before used In a tnU r home. I I coupe. dean.
lison. Realtor. 37 Washington. 4559. 4046. 1
W. A1-1 Tel..pbole Easy terms arranged. ReedTrailer
time tit's sedan body rough with Fink
| ; '
; 1941
201 N. Blossom CHEVROLET -
purhas. bUnf 01 havebeen bo. Help "'anted-Iale Autos-frailer* \\anted i brand new motor. You can buy S.c.
FOR IMMEDIATE!: ATTENTION: and thinking of now. BautyShoppe I i th;scarce lit. See tt at Joel The Trai. I .

result bat your pro frt1111! S2.0OO.OO: Welding Plant BLOCK LAYER and laborer familiar 1 "Any make any ,I 3d's Restaurant. 2898 Kuhl Ave. coupe.MERCURY1941 PICK-UP TRUCKS and
Martie Williams. Realtor. 21 W. $2800 04Concrete Block Plant S10.- model. More cash quicker. W'kn71Motors. '
with construction .ork Phone 8054 FORD- 36 sec>n. Clean melds and
Washington. Phone 8106. 000 00: Septic Tank Plant 84 00 00: 751 X. Mills 4-docr
after 6 00 p m. I ; 2-214. out: radio and heater. Interested!
Grocery and Meat Market 110.0 00; Fla. AUTOS WANTED-WiU pay highest I people better snap this np. See at QUALITY CARS 1946 CHEVROLET & ton,
NOBLE SMITH. Pioneer. Broker. sincerely Community GrOen-Mark. BEAUCl'-.lor.. Uen I cash price for your car. ORes Ine.I Joel The 3d's 2998 Kuhl sedan.
liatinit oa property 00; also one at 88.- I 6' coml Re.taurant like
want your 168 Ave new
13.000. I 142 N. 2-4347 242 NOrange.
home lot and businessproperty. 500 00. houses from 2O.- Insur Galand. o I 191f CADILLAC dub
groves. I A OL ESTABLSHE Ie _ F&RD 1934 sedan Original flnUU. C FORD 1941 2-door sedan.
2-481. -
Ph. 6911. 124 S. Mala. I 000 00 to ISO.OOOOO. Tourist Court I aD al"lt for Aost new. ; DODGE > like CLASSIFIEDDISPLAY
835.000 CO Suburban Trailer" Camptie.OOO 1 a debit la Orlando. This a goodproposition BUICK WANTED Thelstet and ,, seat covers perfect mechanically. 1945 4 ton new
WE HAVE i'AET5who wants 3 orS I 00: Tourist Cabin and Trailer I for a man who I willingto 1 cleaner the better. Might buy. Olds I At 60 W. Central Are.. only. R. S.Evans. 1948 PACKARD Com Clipper.
4-bedroom house preferably 2- 1 Iowa
Camp 830.00000: Grocery-Market work. Write P. O. Box 864. or Pontiac.: Stiver Pontiac, 62 W. : Almost new, CHEVOLET-194
la northern of city
stury. part or
novtawest suburban. Call Ralph, i $3. 00 00: another at 86.30000: P { Colonial. FORD_;:1935 coupe. New pslnt goodxnetllsnicaily .
Smith with Robt, 1. Pryde. 81100 OO A are good AR-W -Any make or model. ; 8395. Colonial Motors. 1946 BUICK SUP Sedan REPOSSESSED CARS
Prescott V. 1920. Dial CREDIT MANAGER I 50 to 100 each I 1239 E. Colonial Dr. Ph. 2- 3.FR1941u4o Very .
668 N. Orantei 2-4596. c.r Thue
Experten .
Rfaltor.1 2.101: 45 West Central Avenue. preferred. Apply in day. Best prices are paid. Brlll your sedan. Radio and HUDSON 1941 5-pas-
HAVE YOU a grave for sale D- 1S4S PACKARD -1 Clipper 1942 OLDSMOBILE $edao,3795
val Jewelry Co.. 119 S. Orange car Thursday to HOU7-Roban' black A : _
t I
a client for 4O Will finih Overdrive
smaller or large grove. Herman Good- ,I tween the hours of 10 to 1 and 2 Motor Auction. 2120 Orange BIa car yon will love to own. : Co-i ncjca1 IIW. senger coupe.CHYSLER19U. 1937 LASALLE Sedan _$375

win Inc.. 677 N. Orange; 9855. GLEN H IT- S. TraiL Ph. 7349 for p.rcular. initial Mot 1239 E. Colonial Dr.i 1941 CADILLAC "S Sedan
CHEVROLET OR FORD "3t't37 i i FORD 1942 2 door ledan. New *""
WE HAVE BUYERS waiting for all 1 Some of the best tourist court and coupe., Mechanically tood. Reasonably taint. Central Florida Motors. 100 IS41 PLYMOUTH Special DeLI 5-pas 1932 FORD Tudor I
types of desirable property. Fornick tourist court sites on 17-92 Hwy. priced. Ale Store Vineland !- I Sedan. .
COLORED JA. work part P.cka. W. St. Phone 22424. j senger coupe. !
ITORT. I Jeff..ro. 1931 ESSEX _$223
results call H. P. Boland. Real A. C. Golden. B.k..r. 1121 N. Orlando time hours and 9 I Rd. and W Churh St.'v'iRNEiNC. I I Coupe
tor. Carritaa Bide 672: N I. Orange; Maitland p.m 1941 OLDSMOBILE "58Sednn. ,
Av. en.o .nder..I. Must be and sober. Must be :
j D. wants to buy your
1" 51. relabl. 1942 DODGE Sedan ____1123
Winter Prll: able to hande heavy work.: Apply { auto or truck and mill pay top I FO3DS Am broke out with Fords,! Hydramatlc. radio and bet NASH-1914-oor sean.OLDSMOtL

DO jOT DEloAY-u. today. Orlando I I, ale SfnUn..lt.r. S Bob j price immediately. D. Tamer Ine- 1930 -31, "32. '33. '34. '35. *38 1941 CHEVROLET 2 Door Sedan. DODGE
and Orange County property! Itla I :
i l Studebaker Salt! and S..nk. 234 1 *37. Coupes.! Tudor and 4-doo'g. 191 Sa:5 They
demand now buyers waiting. M. NICE CONCRETE BLOCK 1 W. Central Ave. Phone 1940 BUICK 19.1 4
Pow..r WANTED'-Only those who i I Mostly Florida and GeorgiaI : Super Estate
D. Batie). Realtor. 30 E. Church. : DRIVER .e WaO 1936 FORD Tudor $150
and of round I
shop acre .
4747.YROM. highway west dome nice mal. I 1 lando streets will famWa qualify. with Apply Or-to | FRANK RED.realty dollar know for h. ear toget 171e My rl..nc la ignorance Hahira say theI ta ; New tires extra clean dor Stisfy

OWNER-House up to 6000. Good also for tourist camp aicht. j I Mr. Ho..el City Cab Co.DISHWASHERFORTES | or equity. Cash la five minute I i 1, keep your big mouth abut but t sot i j 1940 BUICK Super Coupe. Iowasean !1194 STDEBAKER Sedan -$119
Moit be In good location and bar- I Price. 19000. See H. E. Whel..r with ten this bunch. I
I Why away? Give us a to you about CHEOLE-190
W ;
.. Phone 8 11.i1usAPPRAlSALS. Harold Shepherd Realty .. W. Colored.! Apply at .A."E Corner. i cbance. v.2mN. Orange BlossomTrail babies hate all rot hoi ln'T..H !i

: on your home.W Washlnttoa. Bt. Dial 5124 or 2-262 I 70 North Orange .Buddi'. j ; l motors .r right aid Anything These car told with a 30-day guar I Your Needs
after 6 p.m.iRank I I hant to a honeyI antee. We cash for BUY WITH CONFIDENCEUsed I
will give you an estimate free 1 MANtoinstaliawnngs.Apply Ini FIlLET INC- buy. eU a gator pay used cars
of charge on the current. market value : 0R .I I trip. 8125 to Come CHEVROLET-1938 Iowa
: I.oanc.-Scrvirew i person at 2O08 N. Orange Orlando I or )'or car the high mO Fo 18.
I Ole and look ever.
of your property. No obligation.Phone i 1 see !
A nint A Window Shade Corp. I dollar. u* at ZOO W. Central sedan.
7811. Wm. Mathews with J. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. as a com iE&= i Phone S416HIGHEST o J. R Smith. 711 N. Oranse. J. C. McKELLAR. INC. Car Exchange' reputationthroughout

: Daniel Kolar. Broker. i munlty service furnishes the cor- OFFICE l'IIA Midleaged man i CASH Paid for clean I Central Florida fo Reliable
I'rest Dial I with accounting and bookI ao. -OU PACR DEuR' i
GOOD MORNIItG.-Mr. Davle. time. Day or Night used cars. Winter and dependable Automobile
ln.. Yea air. well be glad to list i I k.pt uprleDce. Preferably. Answer in U.i Fairbanks and New York: phone 9OO.I .. FORD 1940 2.or leda.A per. 34 O.M. .. Phn. In sean.PLYlOU19382or service 1 based on the solid foundation EASILY

your property.! On. of our salesmenwill LOANS cost you 1.. ;i i le ear from of HONEST VALVES and
own giving dttall as to.
VITALN cbdkrtn I At W. Central only. R. 8. Evaa I IIi
be out today to Inspect U. Thank : Bank.: Compare .. and S. EV '- "World's. Largest 6 : HONEST PRICES. I II
you. Phone 7809. C. B. Davit .Real When the lorI I lu.lca- I R Alto FORD.-l139 Tudor New ma-
c lan t ttD. PI..a. Box 545 i I is only interested! in DLxp. CHEVROLET 1937 Iowa
tor 41 W. Washington. .r. SStar. I 0.1..1. .
100. you get 8 I3Pay..nta 8 34 1 I Will any tor. n..tires. A ) Cities
I 150. TOO set 12 !,! PERMANENT POSITION open for \ flest and purhas Unbelievable i; Service Station. 2 St. and Orange sedan. I If looking for I
: S an
year pay you are '
60. Business OpportunitiesBUILDING get 16 Hotel night clerk. Must be alert mo.1 Bioasom Trail.FORD3 n
5 '
1 8 20.3.you yen get IIIP.'lIIeDt. 25 00 sober and Give have knowledge of trans- 4321 or 4771.BUSINESS Ut. spot. Call 1947 Super DeLuxe tudor; RUMORS ARE FLYING I KIND OF SERVC. dve 1. QUICKLYFULLY
-a stories containing 3 i ref..nnc" and previous I FORD 1942 truck.
apartment and gilt shop on mala :I 6 500.. you you get set 46-Payments 372 Payments 33.34I 41.67 rlt In own hand writing. I 1942 1946 tudor Super sedan Deluxe 1942-sedan Super coupe; Ii dump YOU, FU I
i Write Box 558 S-Star. D..II1e
; 13 GOOD Car
approach to beach. Ideal! for any tlOOO. you get. 930-Payments 34 ANDWE'RE ..
type Inquire Red Sail I Above monthly payments 12 8 higher than ever before. C:!! statioa wagon: 1939 Deluxe FORD-1939 Semi-cattle
s"s Inth Harley WadswoH-h 615 North 0-
Gift Beach. Ph. any make at :
Payments for IS months are tmfdl.tf.
Ave. Phone 8597. I. trailer.
521 XJ. I n.u"Include 1f. Insurance to pay I PUMP 1CNIC-P upr Uad Cr. 101 N. Main. 8409. I NOT I II

,. BEAUTY SHOP-Best central location loan la ease death. The First cored I PRIVATE PARTV WILL pay up to door sedan. Goad DEG Viit"Orado's
other: excellent Interest:equipment.S6.OOO total.Ownerhas some I National Bank at Orlando 4th fr. steady W. Church.work. Libby and T.m.De '1 21349.ONTHESPOT 81000. lG used c. PI. IrRII32transation 1o.I.to.for a S low N. Orange price. I i CHEVROLET 1939 pickup Oldest"

terms. Alice McCoy with Sammie CASH PAID for _ Tat we, are paying the highest I I truck.

Francisco. Realtor! ; room 4. Central b2. Loans Up to $300 dean used cars. Jim Cumbie lo.I : door sedan. RuKged price for good used cars. Don't
Arcade,: 7407.BUSINESS I 904 Orante Avenue. Phone I in but a good running:

: OPPORTUNITY and home: 2" Nor. I cr.. .pparaDc.. 1o.I0ra. 95O N. OrangeAve. j We cheat )"sl b senior for less! DODGE1936 coupe. USED
Open Sundays. i pay you more make necessary'repairx
W. have five-room
a frame house CA
and a 3O i 3t' block building ea lot 'I ACTION make or model. Starhac-Alexaader FORD 1934 SM<.". Orlcinal f1111: and resell neighbor
120 z 222 la business district with RGISRE PB4RMC-App1 Motors. 501 N. Orange Ave. Phone seat c.r. perfect for t) I We have many more to choose DIAL 4161
23 citrus trees sod I yea want when you At 60 W. Central I small profIt buying or
a profitable flab Tat'l .ha 7878. I Ave
lnett' Dn 195.
Stf. Leland from
that's oD. each- representing good
bait business all going for sale at I ti for a l.l. and Evans. Iseiling. sure to see: i ECHAGECOrDe
II the modest price of fit 000 00. Get I what you set attention SPOT CASH PAID for your used car. b values and dependable trans
4 door
I Fast aervle*'-Strict See J. C. McKellar.Your Packard UNCL" ZEPHRI9'7
all details from Mr. MortAl with prlnc-lmp.- Washington and Garland
295. portation.
O Harra-Moore. 2-0838. II fled loan method-No red! tape.! Dealer. .343 N. Orange Are. Phone
109 E. Pine 5147. : Phone S96-J Winter Park.*

BAR-GRILJ. Nice blister**. Mud I specialty. Loan 810 to I PRESSER-Experienced. Man f Town
sacrifice owner moving. Apply 3800 Auto laM a WO Com ready to report | SELL OR TRADE .your car. Orange iiCUzPHI9ii se W. Washington st ASK FORWANTADS
j $ Buick Co.. i (IS Not K and W %
8. Orange Blossom Trail. ta Cleaner 155 L I baD R S Ave. Phone Motor .
N. Ave. Or.n. 1'7.jcYIlCTow
FtmUy Finance Service Inc.. 3 W.cDtra RahlPsan.WOOlTpRESSBR. p Orl. 4646.DON'T 510 at t sedan Tour D. VARNER INC. 1 W. Washington St.

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES: ethel fbone 8857. -Experienced. Applyat I SELL Wadsworth. Cor. Garland and Amelia ,
lea win 138 N. Garland
I 1920. Phone 2-1008. Room 5. 45 W. 39 West Colonial Du. City fO \a Av*. Phone $597.BIOTORCTCLFFamous S
Central. Prescott. V. Steel. CiraPtrs. car cay... Gt a:you getting can still your good.old I Nor Or.11 lightweight"James. DIAL 1-0529 \V..Central. Ave.

AUTO. Furniture. Diamond loans- W A.m pla.t..r 8100. | Shop around then sell t here as so ." 120 mile per gallon: Phone 23153uu FHONE
BUSINESS LISTINGS NEEDED-Sec i Economy Finance See B. L Bam- many others have done. Central FlorMa 1 bump erasing springs. 83554155dunn. Charley Keener Wynn 2.2 -
::t ., Harlow 0. Fredrick. -Business urger. Manager. 10O6 n'KiJ I' bruit Supt. U. S. Plucl C o.Telephone Motor L P. Ph. 3-2424. 10 D. Vaer. B
1.. "aDe
Headquarters.** 1 mot \
.. 118 M. Orange. BI1I. Phone 3- t Bdl. phone 8597. ID. 2:4 C.ltral. .

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14 COr1nnbl1 f&mtlttg &FtttUtrl Orlando, Florida, September 3, 1947 f I


. Schools Sessions Reminder IssuedA I w r '1 4 4OA

reminder of preliminary ele- ,'or before Jan 1, 1948. 1 r, This last group will register I u 5,

mentary schools sessions this Elementary pupils, both white Wednesday afternoon, for which ,I a I Ii NSpU lI 12 .
week, together with a clarificationof and Negro generally will register they will; be picked up shortly Id PON
the Marks St. School double Thursday at 8:30 ajn., will havea after noon along the bus routes d
session was Issued yesterday by short session Friday morning published Sunday.
Judson B. Walker and will work Mon They will be returned home I Ia&"ainst Store
County Supt. start regular [The Orlando Morning Sentinel will print letters for and Hours:
1 .
recalled also that child is early Wedensday afternoon and scheduled for a
He ; a I 'i consolidation bills
day.This the proposed county
able to attend first grade only if will apply also to the regular also after brief sessions Thursday stick to the facts of the con- 9:30: to 12:30WEDNESDAYS:
: vote Sept. 9. The letters should
and Friday, with regular 12.30: to on
It reaches its sixth birthday onGet Marks St. School group l VOL.
which will have morning sessions 5:30 sessions starting Monday. I troTersy. They should tell why consolidation will be Rood for the

until the new Fern Creek Schoolis county or why it will be detrimental. Those dealing in personalities :

completed. The district for this West Coast Sailors F y will not be printed. Keep the letters short. Edl. i I thru September
Welcome ReliefFromStomachGas school is between Orange Av. and I H
Mills St., south; of the north city Return Home on Leaves For I Against

limits to Colonial Dr., and between James H. Gray, son of Mr. and II J'

Broadway and Orange Ave. Mrs W H. Gray. 934 Buffalo Ave.. : .. Editor. Orlando Morning Sentinel: Editor Orlando Morning Sentinel: {

on south to Central Ave. Winter Park and S T. Hill son; Let me thank you for the thor- I agree with most of the lettersin ,

The Fern Creek School croup, ,of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Hill Zell- ough way in which your papersare your Consolidation Battle Col- f
Sour Food TasteDo which will attend afternoon Jtvood are home on 14 days leave covering pro and con the Ques- to
it me
umn. However
sessions at Marks St. School from the Naval Training Centerat tions on which we as citizens are : I
you feel bloated and miserable after Includes children living east of San Diego. CaL Upon their return to vote next Tuesday. They are that Bill No. 3 puts a lot of work, i I 0
every meal II .o. here 1a how you may Mills St. and north of Cheney they will be assigned to a responsibility .
it's only
rid yourself of this nervous daU.... 1 fundamental to our local govern- or maybe : I II
Thousands bare found It the way to be Hwy. sea-going unit.HOUSING. ment and therefore, in a measure, I on one induvduaL It would be I II 0
well. cheerful and happy again.Ererytlme ---- ---- I I AID DIES BETTY MUTTON and John will be a test of our capacity for information B
food enter the stomach a> I pleasant though if
Tltal gastric Juice must flow normally to Assembly of God BIRMINGHAM [UP] ForneyW. Lund Tabovel in a scene from self government and a justification I those dIffer-
break-up certain food particles; else the Brandon, 64. tenant selectorfor The Perils of Pauline which for our privileges in this re- originating
food may ferment Sour food acid Indigestion TENT the Birmingham Housing Authority ,gard. ent offices could all be gotten at
and frequently cause a morbid the
touchy: gas, fretful peevlsn. nervous died yesterday at his office starts today at Beach-1 As time passes the great workof the same place. I just don't know

condition loss of appetite underweight here. i am and Roxy Theaters. the Citizens Committee on Edu- I if a Budget Commission would fit I
restless sleep weakness.To cation and the Action of the Leg
get real relief Jon must Increase Service Moved Back to Church: well into the new scheme or not.
the flow of this vital gastric Juice. Medical 718 ATLANTA AVE. I i islature in conformity with its Apparently ReP. Tyn Cobb thinksa I Sri

authorities tests on human In Independent stomachs,, have laboratory by- Winter Park News I Is recommendations we see in Supt.Valker's begin to unfoldas an- better job could be done in the '

positive proof shown that SSS Tonic Is I matter of getting up a budget
nouncement of the new policy of
amazingly effective in Increasing this Have Your AutoSTEAMGREASED commission if our county has to
Bow when It Is too little or scanty due the return to fundamentals and a there
have one. So you see are
to a non-organic stomach disturbance. MARGARET GREENE curb on frills and extracurricular : -
This la due to the SSS Tonic formula Telephone Winter Park 233-Hours 11-12 and 4-5. Monday Throuch Friday I' activities of the 10-month- two of the Consolidation Bills WEDNESDAY A.M. SPECIAL '
which contains special and potent activating Motor and chassis *9 about which I'm uncertain. Bill Ft.
Ingredients. 5 0 year and eight-hour-day for ''No. of
cleaned and / 1 on the superintendent
Also SSS Tonic helps buHd-up non- steam Rotarians Hear teachers with time for conferenceswith
vganie. weak watery blood In nutritions.1 !- lubricated complete Winter ParkBrevities parents etc., and particularly public insrtuction sets a high :, "MARY ANN"BATH
anemia--so with a good flow of mark for our County Commissioners -
this gastric digestive Juice plus rich red- of this new bill for the appointment -
to shoot at in the matter of
blood you should eat better sleep better AUTO SUN VISORS rather than the election of I SETS
feel better work better play better. i choosing a county superintendent.
19.95CLL'.OXE the county superintendent in order I (
Avoid punishing yourself with overdoses -I DeanofRollins 'They may not always hit it. In r
alkallzers to WAXING to remove the office from ,
of soda and other SPRAY '
case they miss it, they can always
PARK Traffic is j
and bloating when what WINTER .
counteract gas 10.00 ANY CAR politics.It :' $1.00 set
could do well
you so dearly need Is SSS Tonic to help Lasts Three Times Longer routed around Lyman Ave.. Inter- is unfortunate and inaccurateto try again. They as CrC
and the and could
food for body strength as people anyhow
you repair. Don wait! Join the host of lachen and East New England WINTER PARK-"To attain lump all five of these bills tinder try again sooner. i i 100 sets with 20 x 32-inch bath mats

happy people SSS Tonic has helped. Ed Mayo's Aves while Park Ave. is torn up the good life man must live objectively the one general head of "Con- Bill No. 2 allowing the same I and matching lid covers in lovely bath-
Millions of bottles sold. Get a bottle of to lay the storm sewer. solidation; Bills." The which
SSS Tonic from your drug store today.ass 101 X. Main St. Ph. 9782 and become oriented to one bunch to assess and collect taxes colors. This is a special purchasefor
issued at the interests many of us most has no room
Tonic helps Build Sturdy Health. Building permits the goal of rationality and love." has several advantages. It would
city hall during August totaled element of consolidation and con- reduce the amount of office help i Wednesday morning only! -
$276,789. Last year, August per- Dr. Wendell C. Stone R 0 111 n a tains no mention of it. In Section needed for the entire job. Also it cE

Glass For All Purposes 01SENS- mits totaled 87860. In August College dean said yesterday. I 4 it explains: ". it being the would reduce the chance for spe- I, Linens Ivey1 Fourth Floor
I ILUXOIS ,I 1947. when there were no restrictionS He spoke to the Winter Park' specific intent of this law to place cial favors and reduce the chance
Rotary Club on Mental Hygiene'and such office ( E
superintendent of .
permits worth $27,895.00were for :;
misunderstandings as to just
341/RENCH: MIRROR PLATE GLASS, Inc. GLASS I; of the Good Life, adding that public instruction on the high- I
issued-about one-tenth ,, what taxes were charged up to tp
Distributor Florida Since 1908 IXSL'Lt.JX II1I "the good man is the man who est plane of merit experience and
I Serving { last month's figure. whom. Also it would cut down the
BLOCKS I ( Permits issued during the last manifests these characteristics in ability so; as to improve as muchas chances for omissions and overcharges i
I 15 W. Pine St. TeL 5114 ;I jl I i week of the month and not heretofore increasing' degree in terms of his possible the educational :sys- i i ccc

; reported include: capacity: tem of the public schools in Or- As for Bill No 4 regarding the' WEDNESDAY A.M. SPECIAL C
I He maintained that the principles ange County, Florida."
i John Jackson: $8,000 concrete County Commissioners and the
of mental h-giene-objec- Presently our school superin- I have this to
block house at 946 Grover Ave.. secretary engineer,
DELIVERY SERVICE I tivity self-knowledge and humor tendent is elected for four years States have f
BEVERAGE Garden AcresV.: L. Sharkey ; say. responsible executive 10-Rib
$7.500 concrete block house at -and the principles of a philos- at an annual salary of $7,500or heads and cities and towns. C
Your favorite Soft Drink: or Beer delivered ophy of life should be identical. a total of $30,000 for the '
have executive heads. too. Why' '
1951 Laurel Rd.: Stuart Clarke 't':
direct to your door In case lots. $13,500 concrete block residence,. "Man has two outstanding, distinguishing term. Whatever he does dunn shoulldn't counties Now. I NYLON
I ,
Coke Pepsi. RC. etc. $1.10 per ease delivered. at southwest; corner of Old England -i 1 capacities which mark" that quadriennium he knows think it would be better if the'
:Your favorite Beer from $3.50 per case delivered. and Palmer Aves.: Francis him off from other creatures will determine whether or not executive head of the county were $4.93 S! c
Dean Stone said. "The capacity heill be awarded a succeeding 3.29 '
I| elected. However, an appointed ,
M. Miller. $8.000 frame residence
'S I I I i for rationality and the capacity contract for $30,000 at the executive head should be better' Wed. A.M.
at 1434 Norfolk Rd.: W. C. Bear-
PER: t PHONE 9173 I din. $17,500 concrete block motor i for love." polls. than none at alL tot
court. 271 S. Orlando Ave.; "People differ in these capaci Few people should be asked to Bill No. 5, as I see it. does not I; Plain colors of black. navy. wine or brown .
Thomas G. McCune. $26,100 conCrete ties. But using each person's capacity withstand or could withstand the go far enough. It's all right to in beautiful 10-nb nylon umbrellas with imported :
i tile residence. 1375 Alberta as a standard for that temptation to incline their decisions tell a municipality "You may French handles. At Ivey's unusual 5'I
I person the degree to which, they so as to encourage political have your taxes collected by the price of 3.29.Notions .
Dr. R. A. Dowler $10.000 con-
; 160 Rock- ; approach the limit of their capa- support with so large an amountas county if you want them col-
crete block residence.
CHRYSLER PLYMOUTHFACTORY wood Way. Forest Hills; J. D. I, cities for rationality and love, $30,000 at stake. Few peoplecan lected that way." In such a case Air-ContLhoned Street Floor
serves as the index to their good- be found that are so; consecrated however a separate municipal I .
Bledsoe. $3,000 concrete block
ness." to the public educational election is needed every time. It
ear EXPERTS store, Orlando Ave.; Donald Tal- Dean Stone declared that the good and that they would en- would save the public time and
bert $5,700 concrete block residence -
principle of mental hygiene danger their prospect of receiving if of the bill made
0- expense passage -
Our men are trained right at the factory to Shoreview Ave., J. A. Bla- this small fortune
I objectivity mindedness by espousing a it mandatory for each municipality
put that get up and go back into your mire $7,267 concrete block 1387 i or open t
purely professional
the capacity to feel non-political to have its taxes collected by
\\LfJ Plymouth or Chrysler. When you drive Mizelle Ave.. and H. W. Tregenza. attitude WEDNESDAY A.M. SPECIALA
: 1 what another person feels and on questions affecting the ,, the county organization. Of >. tt
out of it out in tip concrete block
your car our shop goes; $3.000 residence convenience or personal likes of
1 j think what another person course if that meant that all the
y ..j .I top shape and very reasonable too. 920 N. Orlando Ave. voters.Is tt
taxes had to be
I I i thinks; to see the other personin paid in Orlando t
i Earl Overstreet is nursing three there any wonder that a mass Group of Specially Priced
terms of his capacities and outlying municipalities in the :
A. P. CLARK MOTORS Inc. ; broken ribs and other bruises as purposes and ideals. meeting of 200 or a petition of county would have a just "beef"
the result of a collision of his I Guests attending the meeting 1,500 names or a delegation of 30 against Orlando. But if this bill t

889 N. ORANGE PHONE 2.0746JVEEN II motorboat with a dock on Lake were J. C. Brossier, J. A. Riviere mothers can get a favorable answer included a provision making it Fall Hats at S2.88 .
Killarney. Sunday.Dr. I' Eugene Wise. C. H. CUbbedge. to their cause. It is the $30,- plain that offices of assessmentand
and Mrs. Wilbur Jennings Floyd Call Harvev Baldwin.. Hal 000 question and the officer is collection would be opened at

Fikret, D.-E. Layman i : J. W. Reitz, I I the haunted M.C. by in the fear of hearing strategic places throughout the This special group includes beret bowler
say a patronizing
way : county, or even in each munici-
and H. P. Orlando and
Langford. ; "I'm awfully off-the-face and open-crown: styles in red,
sorry you missed
iV pality in the county the other
J.v.. Hook and T. T. PitUnger.
black brown Palomino Kelly
e It is unfair both to the citizenry municipalities would probably gray. green.
Winter Park. give frost turf tan and blue. Feather or
I and to the elected officer load navy
served way to the bill and get it passedby
Mano Stukey as program our superintendent of public instruction self trimmed.
a big majority. Bill No.5'should
chairman Pres. Kenneth Wacker
: with the fear
of the next be passed however because -
presided.and : election and expect him to do a the hope of eventually pay- Ivey' Hat Air-Conditioned Street Floor

I decent job of administering professionally ing all the taxes at one time and :

daughter Amy with Mrs. A. I the public schools. It place is much better than no such :
L. Dudley have returned from a I simply can not be done.REBECCA hope. I ,

weekend tour of the State. They I L. PARK. EUGENE RAMSDELL I K ,

were accompanied by Mrs. Dud- Mrs Arthur. t_ 1
ley's sister, Mrs. Beulah Sixberries. I The tail of a comet is so thin ;
Dr. and Mrs. Phillip Reece, Pat, Hay should be well cured to that the earth could pass through WEDNESDAY A.M. SPECIALA fcin

Sue and Jean are on a motor trip prevent spontaneous combustionof it and no one but the astronomers J Jre
North and East which will include I haystacks. would realize it. i.
a stop at their former home ---I iI Group of Junior Miss

Ithaca N. Y. I COTTON DRESSES ,, '
eA Mrs. Ethan W. Bailey and two Yow ell Drew Ivey Co. lav" -
children. Barbara Jean and Happy I

I 'IT'' are here from St. Petersburgfor In Orlando Regularly $6.95 $4 0 0 a. i id 1

a week's visit with her par- I and $7.95. Now :::-- -
ents. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wyckoff. -
I "Jlona
All-white or colorful prints in a broken size

Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Higgins ( range from 9 to 15. I

have returned from a 10- alt
i I week motor trip which included r Ivey' College Shop Third Floor peel

I visits with their sons Edward, the !
i | in Milv..aukee Warren at Ithaca L
j and Charles; Old Greenwich. A Group of rF

i Sandy Caldwell has returned a cI :-
from a week's trip around the BETTER P'CT7

State by plane and bus going as
Junior Sizes 5.SE. i
j far South as Key West.
', Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Halver- .
I Regularly $14.955and
stadt have returned from a two 0 00

months' trip which included pro- Surplus Sale of $19.95. Now .
longed stops at Montreat, N. C
This group includes cool cottons and rayons F
and Lake Chatauqua N. Y.
in pretty prints or in plain colors. Broken if IjE.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Winder-
4 weedle have returned from Eaton size range 915. E:

$ / Rapids. Mich, where they visited i .
Mrs. Charles Miller and family. I Ivey College Shop Third Floor

it i 7i Mr. and Mrs. G. O. DuBois I Air Corps Sun Glasses i lt.
t [Beverly Wyckoffl) announce the r 1

I birth of a daughter Saturday at t BU:.-
i '
: Orange Memorial Hospital.

Made to U. S. .
coHeglates the nation over have The pistol was Invented by Car- Standards$3 9 5 WEDNESDAY A.M. SPECIAL e

made Greyhound their minelleo Vitelli. of Pistoya, Italy'I Complete with ; f' r
favorite transpor and derived Its name from that oj: I i

tation. Greyhound reaches all America the town. Look what you get! 24-K Gold-plated Frames with Mother : Girls' and Teen Age t

along 80,000 miles of highways-big cities, Nashville, Tenn. _10.45 of Pearl brow rest and nose clips. Lenses of colored ground ;; c
small towns-villages. and polished optical plate glass plane dropped. Tested to i Cotton and Rayon Y
Frequent schedules Birmingham, Ala. 7.70 I WELLS DRILLED comply with the specifications No. CS78-39 of the Bureauof I C-

permit you to leave when you wish. Stop- Knoxville, Tenn. 9.05 Standards. U. S. Department of Commerce. Each pair : Dresses
anywhere with protecting case and unconditionally guaranteed with C'
over privileges anywhere. Choice of routes. New Orleans, La. -_10.05 I r a new pair to replace any that are damaged. Come in. : t

Carefree comfort in deluxe supercoaches. Atlanta, Ga. __ __ 6.75St. tt IN FLORIDA phone 6141 or mail order blank for yours NOW1 $2.00 TolPage

Amazingly.low fares. That's A-plus travel Petersburg, Fla. 2.00

value. So when you head for the campus- Richmond, Va. ___ _10.80 ff Any depth-for size-Any : ........wwa-.......MAIL ORDER........................... ", Teen I.M.to 14 198 Ace formerly Dresses 586.!i Girls'formerly Dresses.SM and 7 to IM 14. t

go Greyhound all the way! Chattanooga, Tenn. 8.60 for Home Groveor : Betty Lee.YowellDrewIvey. i

Chicago, III. ---___17.25 Commercialuse. : Co. Orlando Fla. :, Girls' Wear Third Floor
I Ij
Augusta, Ga. 5.90 I j 4I
We guarantee lend pair or Sun classes s
Plat 15% rWerW TM I
25 Wall St.
Phone 23m Water I : I 1
I City Ticket OIDce. :M E. Pine Pfcone UOl 10% REDUCTION ON ROUND TRIPS -
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J I .' '....N. j No Job too : I

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rs i i Chare t J C.O.D.-I 1 Check C J : DREW c

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,,,,,, i s Cosmetics Air Conditioned "

&. FREEMAN I Street Floor trowat a.
I : The Fashion and( Quality Store
-. 111 W. Church St. ...................... ...... ......................_. Since 1834 i

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