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 5, 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
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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.HALF which a 75-mile A MILLION radius 24 PEOPLE of ceit Orlosdo.ef LIVE Ftortdoilivestock tk' I Qrtanbo I jJ1orntu i 'cnttnct I arsons IN YOUR. Page SENTINEL 3 Sports TODAY Pgs. 10-11

area create 'per : >
production. 56 per cent of honda(:* I : I Radio ....- Page 8 SoCiety Page 14-15

I' da'i famed citrus.vegetable top. 92 per cent of fIon..J L State .___. Page Financial .... Page 20

'Tis a Privilege to Live in Central Florida-The World's Most Beautiful Place for Abundant Lit'ingVOL.


'U.S.. Food Bill Hits 41/ gh

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f ri Marshall Hails i Rio TreatyMoscow

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.J'S Urged Paging 1i The Delicate Touch! J Wholesale Costs

Jimmy Hath/ !
.. :T1L:
t.ri To Accept Pact CLINTON Tenn. DPI D.
C. Yarnell had '
i j'' TWO PAJAMA-CLAD blonde sisters from Hempstead, Tex., tically all of his spent railroadinglife prac- Continue Climb

better known as Six-Shooter Junction, demonstrated how they tooting his whistle and
-I Ii
J D. C. apartment shaking his fist at motorists ,1E
1blasted a burglar from their Washington, ,
down their bedroom door. The With UN FaithVandenberg who raced his locomotive to r L/
: when he attempted to break PUffII I

:d !i 25-year-old twins, Isabelle [left] and Lorraine Clemons, both grade Yesterday crossings.Yarnell was recovering ( jyNV'e/crgI1olo(4J s1 (o\O\ For Ninth Week

I WAVES, said they had tucked the .22 caliber guns under their I Stresses from injuries and his I
.' pillows several nights previous when they discovered their I new car was a total wreck. He g7"/fal Yu CI9I/ /1 ( ..
I ; .apartment lock had been tampered with. Aims of Conference failed to beat a fellowengineer I I % I77qC5' 'Consumer Resistance'Urged

to a grade crossing. "7W ( / 'm"I "'''''"'''/" .
i ---_ ___ I : "a by Officials
of State Marshall and Senate Watson Loses / rBy The Assoc atsd ft']>

." : Pres. Vandenberg [R-Mich] D The nation's'food bill is already -

'last night hailed the new'Another SuitIn at the year's high, but

'Totalitarian Governments'Charned inter American defense the consumer was warned yes.

I treaty as a demonstration to the terday that the worst is yet to
'Glades ,
bickering: United Nations that come.

world peace can be secured by free / q / / Only "consumer resistance" can

With Iron Fist Rule and friendly negotiation.In Gen TALLAHASSEE Tom Watson [yesterdaylost AP] Atty. ( : / / t halt the advent of $1 a dozen eggs

a joint radio report to the $1 a pound butter and $1 plus.
nation on the results of the 13-day another suit in his fight
1 ambitious within meat authorities said.
fi CLEVELAND [UP] Navy &-C. ruthless and men -
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Forrestal last night charged certain and without the country, rule prevent transfer of State- Consumers wondering how they
"totalitarian governments"with several countries and are now en- I Truman To Speak Today owned lands
I into the Ever- could "resist" eating, were givena
trying to rule other countries deavouring to put the same iron RIO DE JANEIRO [UP] Pres.
glades National Park. few tips by public officials and
with an iron fist. I fist on others. Truman will deliver a "signifi-
While he mentioned no nationsby Meanwhile, Maj ,Gen. Robert I cant and rather Important Circuit Judge Hugh 2.!. Taylorof spokesmen for meat and grocery'
the newly appointed sec ; S. BeightIer, war personnel board Quincy dismissed filed industries '
name speech to a joint session of the a suit I # 7 :
retary of national defense left no I head warned the VFW not to be Brazilian Congress at 4 p.m. by Watson to invalidate transferof I Buy the cheaper cuts of meat
doubt that his remarks were aim- lulled into a false security by 44
today White House Sec. Charles
ed at Russia and her satellites. "paper plans" for defense because I G. Ross said yesterday. ,' 7,680 acres of school land by and learn how to cook them appetizingly -.

Addressing the 48th national : war "certainly is still possible." I the Board of Education to Trusteesof I : buy the eggs graded

VFW Encampment he said: : And Rep. Edith Nourse Rogers, American Conference at Rio De the Internal Improvement Fund below "top extras"; return to the

has"Since been your,little last progress meeting toward there i'House chairman.Veterans'told Affairs the convention Committee 'Janeiro, Brazil, the two foreign I for inclusion in the park. 'I wartime leaning on spaghetti and

,the return of world stability and the U. S. "must help other nationsto policy spokesmen bluntly and J The land was swapped for an other "substitutes"; buy fresh

the creation of conditions for help themselves back to sanity. forcefully labelled the antiagresVandenberr equal acreage outside the park 4 fruits and vegetables which are

enduring peace."Totalitarian We must lead the way while thereis i, area, and has been deeded to the almost the only foodstuffs not advancing .
government reflecting still time. because across the .
I globe two final [America ;, Federal Government. in price currently.WASHINGTONThe.
not the will of the peoples powers --
Contending the State is relinquishing -, ----, '
that they govern but of groups of : and Russial face each other I ;
-- --- valuable
-- ---- oil rights in Labor

Federal Aid (Jose May Ask I transferring for the land park to Watson the Government previously --i I -* Dept.wholesale reported prices edged that average up another -

attacked payment of $2 million )
? 0.3 per cent last week to
in State funds for purchase --r \- ninth record In
Due in Fight Hungary Red set the new as
of private lands for the park. I I many weeks.

Meanwhile in West Palm Beach .
The gloomy price picture for
On 'Red Tides'The Election Probe the Everglades Drainage District I t .
I' I .-5-. .n.. an
Marshall Board ipted to transfer- OPrctel1 1, Fall and Winter came from

::1= Tne <<,'Ya' "1 ;:" WASHINGTON [UP] Au- m&tpl 'acusof: dlsfc towned Midwest C 00/3/ Off I sides--from restaurant owners,
\ sion treaty as the most construc-
lan) rthe park to the Federal'' !'
l U..,VS. Interior Department thoritative sources said yesterday *!i! tlve Internatfpnal agreement Government for park purposes as B vin Gold Plan Rent Rule Doom from meat industry spokesmen

I}, promised\ a flora dele,.:,I the UrS., wearied of firing ;, reached since the close of World soon as necessary details can be Southwest SweltersIn from marketcommlssloxtrs, from

1 gation yesterday to seek und$ useless protests at Moscow, is War n.With. worked out. I I' food chain store fficials, from

1 from Congress to investigate considering a request to the : equal emphasis. they called '' II I Called 'Pet' Idea 100-Degree Heat Seen by Feb. 29 packing house executives and retail -

I the causes and possible means I I I UN General Assembly to investigate -i j upon the wrangling world First Atomic Aid tBy The Assc: ated Pre-*1 store spokesmen.
of controlling mysterious fish-I the "fraudulent" election I I Cloudy skies and cooler air from I The gloomy news on present
powers outside the Western Hem- '
killing "red tides." i won by the Communists in Soviet- Shipment Readied LONDON [UP] Foreign the Rockies broke a heat wave in WASHINGTON [AP] Sen. prices came from the produce and
isphere to follow the
The "red tides" have washed dominated Hungary last Sunday. pattern of parts of the Midwest yesterday
where yesterday
millions of dead fish onto Flor-' These informants said an appeal friendly co-operation laid down i WASHINGTON '[ UP ] The office sources said last night but most of the Southwest con- Hawkes [R-NJ] predicted I grain exchanges

Ida's Gulf beaches in recent ; to the UN appeared to be the only by the 19 nations at Rio and neg- : Atomic Energy Commission an- that Foreign Sec. Bevin tinued to swelter in temperaturesabove yesterday that Congress will

I weeks.In practicable course left since otiate a system of collestive I nounced last night that a ship- probably was only airing a 100 degrees. allow Federal rent controlsto Factory Pay At Peak!

the event more "red tides" Moscow; and the Hungarian regime I security -, ment of radioactive phosphorus ""pet' idea without backing In Kansas where the mercury die next Feb. 29 but Sen. I WASHINGTON\ I UP] The La-
develop this year. the Federal have ignored or minimized all I' for the entire globe. needed to fight a rare blood:' I soared to an unofficial Buck bor Dept. reported last night
:'I Works Agency said it is ready to previous complaints by the United Neither of the speakers, who disease will be flown today from'from the Cabinet when he pro- record high of 117 at Manhattan Hawkes IR-Dell.sponsored disagreed. recent the average factory worker made
posed that the U. S. dedistributethe a
proclaim an "emergency," which States and Britain. headed the U. S. delegation at Rio. i I! Oak Ridge Tenn. to Melbourne. $12> billion of its gold storedin Wednesday, temperatures change in the control law under more money last June than daring
would permit the acquisition of The UN Is j Australia inaugurating the new 2
-1 General
I Assembly mentioned Soviet Russia directly Fort Knox. i were generally in the low ormid90's. which landlords can raise rents any other month in history.
war-surplus machinery for use io i scheduled to Sept. 16. at 'U. S. policy of sharing peacetime '
4 convene .
The said
cleaning up the beaches. II I Lake Success. i in their joint, 30-minute broad- atomic benefits. I II | It was understood that Bevin I 15 per: cent if tenants agree In department hourly
!had I mentioned his "pet" idea informally I At midday yesterday Tulsa reported exchange for a lease. i wage increases won by most labor
: The delegation asked the War : Official to the State cast. I i The shipment will consist of a 104 Mo. earlier this
reports 'i to U. S. Ambasador Lewis : degrees: Joplin Yesterday he contended unions yearshowed
Department yesterday to makemanpo".t'r Department have borne out I But their remarks were sprinkled very tiny quantity. Australian'Douglas before he broached it to 103: Little Rock. 102. and Fort State and local agencies should up in full on June paychecks -
available from Mc- news dispatches describing: the with oblique references to doctors made an urgent requestto the Trades Union Congress at Smith. Ark., 104.. 1 be able to provide any controls i raising the average
Dill Field and other installations -. Hungarian general elections as a the tactics of delay and propaganda treat a victim of a rare blood 1'I Southport Wednesday, but with- 1, Scattered showers and some needed after next February. I, weekly wage to $49.37-an Increase
to the
if another operate"red tide" machinery 1 "fraud" engineered by the by which Russia has been disorder. out indicating that he intended to cloudiness were forecast for the Buck who guided the rent control of about $1 over last
develops. I Soviet-backed Communist Party. accused of obstructing the return make a formal or public proposaL Eastern States. extension through the Senate May.
M. C. James, assistant directorof i
the Fish and Wildlife Service. '1 Eyewitnesses reports to the department of world peace. Couple Sues LandlordFor Foreign Office sources likened !I I argued:

gave the Interior Department's said both the ballotingand And. in an obvious aside to Eviction Bevin's gold proposal to his speechin "I personally think it will be I food and feed grains butter, eggs
pledge to ask for $75,000 annuallyto the pre-election campaign-I Moscow, they urged strongly that DamagesCHICAGO which he said the U. S. was I The Weather :necessary to extend controls if : and meat. continued to climb on
carry on "a long term" inquiry. ing were marked by suppressionand no nation misinterpret the Rio [API] A Chicago demanding increased Jewish immigration 1 homes can't be built any faster -'the
Andrew E. Potter of the Pinel- other illegal practices. I agreement as a deviation from the couple with four children yester- to Palestine because it 1 ORLANDO\ AND\ VICINITY\ than they are being build now." spot wholesale markets.

I I las County Commission. acted as Despite denials by the Hun- one world principles of the UN or day sued their former landlord for did not want the Jews. Partly cloudy through t.mor- Buck's views are similar to thoseof I A spokesman for the National

sopkesman for the Florida delegation -I I garian government, the U. S. has'as an armed alliance of the West- S5.0QO damages, alleging the land- ;I On that occasion he prefaced f row except 1000althundershow- Rep. Wolcott I R-Mich. House I Restaurant Assn. said: "The way

I which included Clearwater charged that about 1 million J era world against any other power lord's eviction action forced them his remark by saying he did not I ers in afternoon early evening. ,Banking Committee chairman i 1 meat prices are going up, well not
City .Mgr. Boyd Bennett. St. I voters were deprived of their or group of powers. :, to buy a home at an "excessive think Americans would like it. ,who said Federal controls will be
be able to serve meat and still
t- Petersburg's Mayor Bruce B. .' ballots on "flimsy and illegal pre- I The results of the conference price. Eldon and Frances Painter lie used the same preface at extended unless home construc- I,
Blackburn. and Mayor George I, texts" and the Budapest regime 1 demonstrate I think beyond' brought the action against Robert Southport yesterday. 'I Cracker Jim Sez: i tion expands. hold the line in meal prIces.I ."

Carpenter of Pass-A-Gnlle. : has acknowledged that about doubt, that where nations are sincerely and Vera Crnek. Meanwhile. in Southport. British That ole hootin owl down in ; At the same time. Housing Expediter -I John F. Krey, American Meat
1! i, 20.000 fraudulent votes actually I'' desirous of promoting the I'I Trade Union delegates beat backa that bayhead back of Jed Prod's Frank Creedon. plainly I Institute chairman. said in Chi-
irked at the
F Judge Orders Ex-WAC's were cast. 'peace and well-being of the world FBI Arrests Blonde I left-wing attack on International -i place was shore soundin mournful of some landlord-heavy local rent advisory make- cago: "Meat supplies will drop in
r I : it can be done." said Marshall. I Policy and gave Bevin an I yestiddy about daybreak. an Jed's up : the year ahead leaving consumers

I Release in Jewels Case : UN Weighs Probe "And it can be done" he added For Check SwindlesOCEAN I overwhelming vote of confidence. i ole woman says-she is sartin now boards membership disclosed of all he boards is reviewing namedso : even more meat-hungry than
I in a point aside to the Britain's three-weeks old coal that hits gonna now."
CHARLESTOWN, W. Va.. [UP CITY. Md. DPI A far. and served notice that no :
L Federal" Judge Ben Moore yester-, Of Java Peace Edict Soviets "without frustrating delays blonde identified by the FBI as strike spread to new mines yesterday -,: keep a rainin for r5 board will be acceptable unless it Samuel :Morganroth counsel
and without. much of the leaving 60,000 miners idle and a spell. She says for the New York State Association
day ordered release of Kathleen Mrs. Katherine Gudd, 37. Hatboro represents "adequately" both
Nash Durant. ex-WAC from prison I i BATAVIA [API On-the-spoTin- i i confusing and disturbing propaganda Pa., was arrested here last nighton threatening a fuel famine and they aint gonna landlords and tenants. of Retail Dealers, said:
where she is serving five years for! vestigation of any cease-fire viola- I that has attended our efforts charges of passing thousandsof factory shutdowns to aggravate I be gully washers "Prices of better grades of meat

I I I her part in theft of $1.500,000 in I conflict tions in the Dutch-Indonesian of the past two years" dollars worth of bad checks in 1 I the nation's economic crisis. but that they're I will continue to go up; the
civil Wife'sDeadline
Hesse crown jewels because she, by and military cxperta \ "Nothing that we have done" ,. 10 cities. including Miami and' gonna keep the Bellamy peak has not been reached.
was technically a civilian at time of countries represented on I said Vandenberg. "is aimed at any Tampa. Attorney 76 ChargedIn nites cool an tt\e 'Too Eugene O. Schulz, New York's
the v Early'NEW
consular mission were re- !I ,
of her prosecution, not subject to I other enemies than war and aggression dust down. That I markets commissioner said retail
military jurisdiction. Ported to be under consideration and injustice the three 'Gentleman's' Death will be plumb all I d YORK IUP1 Screen and prices were ranging from $1 a
yesterday. Clashes were still reported deadly foes of mankind If Auto Dealer WinsIn rite for some cf Stage Star Ralph Bellamy com-, pound for porterhouse steak to 43
along the fronts in Java there should be those who suspectus Resale BIRMINGHAM: 'API Richard L.,. them Winter crop plantins anthem plained in a supreme court affi- cents for chopped meat and
Aviation Cadet Killed 'and Sumatra a month after the Dispute Williams, 76. attorney, was
of ulterior motives they will i vegetables will really come davit yesterday that his wife. Or-I "would go higher.
I In Collision Over Gulf : Security Council's cease-fire order merely confess their own." I'U. It i,i MOBILE Ala. DPI Judge Tis- charged with murder last night i outen that groun in a hurry men ganist Ethel Smith Bellamy, bolted He predicted boosts in the prices
I I went into effect. t- i dale J. Touhart yesterday awarded after the fatal shooting of -, hit dont get too wet.TODAYS their door at precisely 11:45: p.m., of eggs and butter, and retail trade
PENSACOLA [ A P ] Aviation Adams Motor Co. a $250 judg- Thomas E. Hobgood 44, killed as,. i and if he wasn't home by then he sources said $1 butter and $I eggs
I Cadet Albert Haig Chorbajian $30 Million/ Overcharge .- S. Polio Outbreak : ment against Mrs. Ruby Summerson a penalty for his gentlemanliness TIDES 1 was locked out.Tonight's were in the offing. Butter went

t Orange N. J.. was killed yesterday Peak Passed grounds that she violated an i> when he stopped Wednesday n'-M! Dart"a Beach anrf Mew Smyrna BeachTides. up two cents a pound on the New
when his Navy training plane ;, Traced To 717 Railroads 'Probably' auto purchase contract, selling hr to upbraid a drunk he tho' t High' 10.44 am. and. 4:15: p.m.: York Produce Exchange yesterday
crashed with another 0 miles out WASHINGTON [AP Peak of car six months after purchase was molesting two women. The Low 11:58 am and 5 47 p m. ; Movies,
I Tide Huh 10 54 and
Cocoa Beach Eggs
WASHINGTON [DPI Gen. : : .a IlL were selling at 82 to 92 centsa
over the Gulf of Mexico. Pilot of i Atty. this year's outbreak of infantile without giving the firm a chance i i i drunken stranger whipped out a,I 4.25 p.m.: Low 12.O* a.m. and 5 57 pm. BEACHAM_The Peril of Pauline 129. dozen in New York.
the second plane returned with I Clark yesterday began action to' paralysis-the least severe nationally to buy it back. ;I pistol and shot Hobgood. Sebastian Inlet Tides. Huh 10.49 a m. 3:30. 5 31. 7:32, 9 33.
recover $30 million to $40 million and 4.20 p.m.: Low 12.01 am. and S.52 ROXT-The Perils ef P ulin.. 1:29. 3:30. Macaroni and spaghetti manufacturers -
his aircraft not greatly damaged. since 1942-has"probably"been ., '33. ,
p.1IL 1:31. 7:32. : said their
from products
717 railroads, accused of, passed. the U. S. Public Sun Phases: Rises 6.OS.; sets 6.42. CAMEO-No Time For Comedy, 730.
I overcharging the Government of Service said 'WE WILL KILL YOU TOO!' '::30. had been in increasing demand
Sen. Byrd Snubs Race wartime shipments of ammuni- Health yesterday. LOCAL TEMPERATURES 1rr '' Calcutta 200. 355.: 550 i for a month.
Recorded by U. S Weather Bureau at : 94OGRAND
WASHINGTON [ A P ] The tion. Municipal Airport: -.Stanley and Lhrinrston. 1-00. i The New England Anti-Trust
Washington Post quotes Sen. Holiday Schedule Near End Moslems Peril Americans Maximum 95; Minimum.. 72 I 404. 7.08.. 10:12. Winter Wonderland. 2.51. Division of the U S. Department
J s-n-------- 73 a 1 p.m-------- 91 5.55. 8 59.RIALTO.Csrt000
Harry F. Byrd ID-Val as saying OVERNIGHT AND Orlando Retail Merchants Assn. 2 a m. _____ 74'I 2pm. 92 Circa Carnival 100.: of Justice said widespread resent
his "present intention" is not to 3 am. _u 74 I 3 p.m. 11 3:20 600. 8 40. 9:15. ment against the high prices was
announced yesterday that the 4 a.m. '74'! 4 p.m. ,_ 85 DRIVE-IH--8UDHt Pass.
run when his DAYTIME u I being
term in DELIVERY registered by the public.Supporting
expires ____ _
half-holiday closing of stores on 5 a.m. 75 5 P.m. 59a APOPKA-The Jolaon storY.
1952. LAHORE Pakistan DPI Anti-I 1\e are sick and tired of you am. ___n_ 74 5 pm. __ 80 C1.EEMONT-8ons of the South the predictions of
When you order mer- Wednesday will end Sept. 24. |I American sentiment living in. luxury while millions I 7 am. _u_ 73 I 7 p.m. ___ 80 DELAND The Hucksters. DREKA: higher prices to come. futures quotations

Film Stars Disclose Troth stores.chandise from Orlando safe II I ously in this capital rose'danger-I I I of Moslems suffer. 8 9a.m.n.m-------___ S 9 p.m.p.m., ___ ''78" Trallm Dsnter-Santa: Barge F. TjDrt Goes lB to.: ColleteEOSTIS Fabulous. : on the grain and produce
HOLLYWOOD [AP] Film Play- specify quick dia yesterday and "If you do not leave we will I 10 a m. __ 75// 10 p.m. '77 I DorseTSGROVELAND : exchanges hit new highs for Fall
delivery by Sentinel-Star I kill tooJ'Several 11 a.m. __ 11 pm. _____ 75 -Kinr of the Wild Hone
ers Sheila Ryan and Eddie Norris Express the Jack Rabbit CharterS < ness men started to you Noon unu 89 I Midnight ____ 11 I HAIKES: CITY The Trouble with and Winter deliveries in most
disclosed yesterday that they families in fear that the hatred !I U. S. businesses are WcmfnKISSTUMEE II items.
that leaves daily on .
vented on Sikhs and Hindus mightbe completing arrangements to move !
were married
March 15 in Ensen-
schedule for 41 Central rYfCiWJRE High Law > Htvh Low LAKE WALTS-Trail Street !
ada. !..lex.s' Florida towns. Mer- turned upon them. : out on moment's notice and Asheville 90 55 t Los Angeles 99 60 LEESBURG' The Fabulous Down
Moslems are now making open have informed their headquartersto Atlanta 95 68 Louisville 76 67 MOUNT DORA-Btondie Know .But "EXTRAS"The
chants telephone 6291 for AtlUe City 86 71 I Memphis 101 68 Lawless Breed.SANFORDThe.
Agent to call: for mer- E threats of violence to get Americans expect a gloomy business outlook -If Birmingham 95 68 Meridian 102 65 Chase. extras you get for your
I947Septemberl947lJu chandise. to get out. They are making even if the Sikh and Hindu Boston 85 65 I Miami 91 74 ST. CLOUD--Copacabana.
Chattaaoca 96 60 I Minn-St.PI 75 65 WISTEB GARDEN meter Finiert. bank account from a Sen
Britons staffs-which have fled been
similar threats or
I :: against Chic... 77 69 I New Orleans 97 '77 OEM: Count of Monte CHsto tinel-Star Want-Ad is almost -
"Van Tile -WW TJiu Ft. 341 and Europeans, but. Americans are killed-are replaced by Moslems. Cleveland 86 86 i New York 86 68 WINTER HAVEN-It Happened on 5th
free. Want-Ads cost to
I through Pakistan I Dallas 101 7J: I Philadelphia 87 65Denver Avenue
the chief targets. Generally as
I 56 PHONE-3S WHITE 15 55'I Phoenix 114"12 LA&n.AND-POLX: Miracle of 34th you is so small and results
l.Jtar "Now we have cleaned out the well as this city there has been Detroit 83 66 I Richmond 95 68 I Street PALACE: Bone of Wasteland: Wife
large and can'tlose.
J Hindus we are going to clean out decreasing respect for foreigners.J El Paso .. '70 St. Louis rr 77 1 Wanted. LAKE: Law of the Lan. That sure you
I 7 8 9 10 11 12 TGRI FF1I Fort Worth 99 75 I San Antonio 95. 'i0 MT G"lDAVTONA. .
you Americans. a minor Pakistan Meanwhile, in Calcutta Mohan-1 i Galveston 92 78 I 8. Francisco 50 BEACH-EMPIRE: Dear Ruth I DIAL 4161
131 VX=P.aESJi: : NHQyeft\ official told George Parker, Na- das K. Gandhi broke the fast he Houston 96 '72'I esvanoaa 96 76 FLORIDA. I Wonder woos Kuaini Her

HB16 17 18 19 naive_tint". 1 I .. hant. Mass.. of the Goodyear Rub- started three days ago in protest J Knoxville Kansas City 92 93 SO 86 I I Seattle Vtcksbur G 71? 68Llttla 59 God Now. Country DAYTONA LYRIC: Trail Hard to San Boiled Anton>>ahoner. -;1 ASK FOR WANT-ADS.
ber Co. against Hindu-Moslem strife. Bock 104 M 1 Wnftlnitoi sX M ne l'I&hUU' ZronlssrsmaA.






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: 2 Orlanifl( iSoming frrnlirwl Friday, September 5, 1947; a

Jr-. -- ---- --- i if ii iI Chamber Raps [Mize Made Leesburg Manager ,Friday-,
Apop a SchoolEnrollment I I tSpeal j 1 fa O yvio+! Mom ng Se-net'! I missioner to fill out the nnez- I I which: he is secretary-tr >I r H o
!: LELECTROLUXI Phone Service I L E E S B U R G-Keener Mizell.j pired term of L W. Harrell. 'and manager r
._ j well-known watermelon grower of who reslrned this post. Before entering service as a vet.;:!
Leesburg. has been appointed city Harkness resigned a month ago unteer officer candidate in 1941,:*j Tr
:C*C 3' *3 C',:"CO VO3 $e:1: manager replacing Wilbur Hark- in order to devote aD of his time M>zell operated a cattle ranch 15$ ,
r :: Shows Gain! MOUNT DORA Local tele- ness, resigned the commission to local radio station WLBP of a service stat:on. <
.: .. phone service was strongly criticized announced yesterday ;f
Nationally famous .---- -' ---- -- S- s'1 1 1APOPKA Com- Id
n 50 by the Mount Dora Chamberof Mizell appointed a City WE 4RE i
t j !' E LECTROLUX 51 ifi' =-Registration yest"r- Commerce yesterday in a tele- TERMITE CONTROL AUTHORIZED 1SIB1BLTUK rot :; sa..GOLLY
with attachments. U day opened the 1947-48 term for gram to the Florida Railroad .ege w.ie..s CM MJ .I Robe
\ real buy at this the Apopka public schools with a Commisison. Mount Dora Hotel II TEARS OF" DEPENDABUJnCALL. Aotyten It..rs* and ElectrIC ArcSuMlm wdr.. ioSnette
.i tow price. We rive liberal allowance greatly increased student enroll- PHONE OB WRITE WayedLol
"The telephone service in Mount ..
on your old cleaner. Rebuilt half-day session to acquaint wilds. eutt ear. and eat s landing j
ment. A
f _. and guaranteed by STATECIL"I students with their Dora,"is as bad as any previous Transfer Announced H. L. COX NATIONAL GASES: &; ;; happy co:i
time the chamber said.xbere WELDING SCPPUES
SChed-1 the
\ \ : STORES INC. Open more
':00 A. M. to 5:00: P. M. daily. Ues Monday and will to make be held this morning, i s was a slight improvement for a I, [Ee''o! Cr':"0(' V:- 3a- e : HJH IRMA IT. SIS Brookfcatc Dr. Pk. J.IUS J P7 Maiij j
. For a free borne demonstration period after your last investigation MOUNT DORA-Sale of the tOfnetteShearer'
of the faculty
2-4406 followed by a meeting i but the Florida Telephone
.,, phone rr > Grand View Hotel here to C. E. .
at 1 pmSix fi ,
Corp. has failed to live up to its f
classrooms on the eastside and J. A. Hames of Glen Falls Well.
new promise ;,;; made to you and us. MADE IN FLORIDA
J frat
been SlC:
of the campus have i "We desire immediate investigation. N. Y. announced
an was yesterday .
i added to the school plant to pro- i ,1JI I f fTry Edward ?
Local citizens demand by the former owner. A. C Bow- S SAVO BLEACH on
I vide for the extremely large elementary j the
action. dish. Price was not announced.
enrollment. f them end if you O't not stage a J
I iE The chamber notified Otto j The new owners plan extensive .
been sctisfed; they 01 good eo-autl-:
Definite have also I
plans Wettstein 3d of Ocala presidentof I remodeling ad redecorating Remodeling er1or
I completed for addition of a new 'CPL. ALBERT WALKER JR., the corporation of its action. of the Simpson Hotel. 5 0,, cs any bleach liquid Noel beg ::;!
immediate starch hove ever used he t;
music building in the son of Mr and Mrs. AlbertW which Is owned by Howard S l1Pson. you ya' '
'uture, Prin. Roger Williams re- : your money will be> refunded. 1 to t:e i I
I k Oak-cnd monthly meeting. Mrs. W. J. got underway yesterday The New
I Y( a e r : recently Ycrt.: :
ports.New Norton is hostess.Mr. downstairs office formerly occupied c: But wJ
additions to the academic graduated from the Gradenty- and Mrs C. J. Turner have by Dr. J. E Guy will be RAYO LIQUID- LIQva t rests ; !
I curriculum include a curse in Durcer Jump School, of the returned from North Carolina. converted into a iobby for the hotel STARCH, STAACN suaaj me wtl
l li ll I 423 S. ORANGE' ATE. ORLANDO' public speaking under directionof 187th G1!,der Infantry Regi- Leon Smith spent 10 days in All of the rooms will be redecorated play for S|
li Miss Hycianth Willis and re- Henderson N. C. .
I _. -- -- ment, statIoned; in Ycmoto, 1fayer rear
i -- Japan, and won. his wings as a flies it but c;
WHITE HOUSE 46 Oz. Bol. 20c Parachutist.

:: APPLE JUICE Ql.Bo to i 15c sumption course of a, vocational taught by agriculture Jack- faALLEN RAGE NAIl MOMARY

-- !, Haddox. \

.. MONTEREY Prin Williams has also an- s MARKET

i '' =' GRAPE JUICE PUNCH 1St Moms nounced athletic to director appointment the faculty and as teacher of assistant:Harold of I 9f w E r 11 418 W. CHURCH

-w, PINT BOTTLE science. SAS
l '. )
< / ANN PAGE-GRADE A j For the past two weeks mem- 3t11U LAW PHONE
--- BEANS' WITH PORK 1lb. bers of the faculty have been \ \G'tl yeas
I ih rj BEANS VEGETARL\X 2 Cans 15 C carrying on an extensive pre- StOCK pRE "HEADQUARTERS FOR THRI'FTY
1TJfqa: : frr nl i school planning program in prep- S
<..< BEANS BOSTON STYLE aration for the year's work. Com- \\1tt PRICES GOOD FRI., SAT., MON.
mittees have worked out an improved -
health and physical education -
Light : program plans use
i PRUNE PEACHES % 15" more audio-visual aids such as
Can movies and transcriptions in PURE
R.<. 15c
JUICE classroom teaching, and plans to P.IBIRI
: SULTANA- BRAND assist students in choosing a suit- .
<:< CLAPP'S STRAINED 2 JARS rfiAS ILl' means guidance of an program.A expanded. vocational SEAS :

BABY FOOD lc Had. Size. Can Student Council to give stu- (
: dents opportunity to conduct their
: A.PIDRY FRANCO' AMERICAN 10-OZ. C.\N affairs and give them training JUICE

....:... CLEANER GaL Can 63c BEEF GRAVY 17c<<: which also participating been will planned.Sunday be in beneficial civic. affairs later has in 1' 3 N: 29 SMOKED 'II 0"

<.< No.2 : BACON lb. 39c: MOIBIF
BEETS *Can' 15c Class Enjoys LAMBBEANS

: MIX tOe pkce. VALLEY ., .. CHOPS 39c r
h -? TftUMATILLA !
:1 FOR ICE CREAM: pfcg. SO\POWDER FRESH : ----j .

Cashmere Bouquet Toilet D U Z Large pkge. 30c DATES Sunday School-The Class Shining of the Light First SI9PER I 4 El

:.,, SOAP 2 Bar Lge.= 23c IVORY 14 oz.Basket. Baptist teachers,Church!Irs_ Rufus met Kenney with the of CURED HAM 59c FAg
...', PALMOLIVE: TOILET SOAP 2 Bars3fed 19c 11 C UmatiLa party last Heights week. for a slumber SUDS

SOAP 2 Batb Size 25c OCTAGON; GIANT SIZE PKGE. Those spending the night were: LEAN MEATY CHUCK
1 : Bars Arlene Daniels, Rochele Hall June 3l 5 29x
II : SOAP FLAKES 30c Turek Joan Gilbert Charlotte
CAMAY TOILET KEMS .Wili ms, Jane Alice Kenney ROAST Ib.39c 291
!: SOAP 2 Bus 17 c BLLLI1ITE: Patricia Gilbert. Ruth Hudson.i
.... FLAKES 3pkg"26cOCTAGON FACE Doris Clark. Barbara Reedy of
Eustis Dotty Lou Reedy of Jacksonville ';
: t ,
CLEANSER ICat-nn; 6c 440:SheetsSHORTSLG and Mrs. Walter Whitcomb
; celebrated! their 25th wedding anniversary All Flavors SAUSAGE 29c
Pkge. Sept. 2. They were out lb.
tarok SPRY lb. of town for the occasion.Sid .
A rote asur Z 9c or 3 1. 1 3 Stanley is in the Eustis Hospital STREAK OTEAN THICK WHITE IFLOIJ'c.e .
CRISCO Can I for treatment His daughterFay

; to be came with down him. from Jacksonville JELL-O g p C ON ,39c 4

I IN OUR MEAT DEPARTMENT brother.Mrs. Hettie C. C. Hazelrigg Pollock and recently her BEANS 1
Lean Baby Bed Baby Bed moved here from :Montgomery W.

HAMBURGER, pound --37c RIB or BRISKET STEW, lb. 2ge Va.home, are in moving Osceola into Park the for Pollock the pXge ge

Baby Beef Ready.to-Eat Winter.Miss Leona :Mae Trisler, daughter -0 CR oPS 39c 3 <:;:; 291
I SIRLOIN STEAK Ih69c WHOLE of :Mr. and Mrs. :Mack Trisler lb.
; HAMS g. b.69c
OR ROUND SHANK is expected to return. this week \ 5..I$1'BUTTER
from Connecticutt.The PURE CREAMERY
Superite Saonyfield Home Demonstration Club
LAMB LEGS pound ____69c SLICED BACON Ilya 7ge will meet Monday for their. regular
___ -- -- -- 79c

'I Baby Bed ReadT-to-Ed A PERFECT MATE ,, ,,;, ,lb. r CL"D.wrs


Frozen Fillet Frozen Fillet I 1' FACTORY PACKED PURE CANE

HADDOCK lb. 3Se COD lb. -----3Sc SOAP SH i
headed and Drawn Skinless SUGAR



.. Package u18c .7lb.. Pkg.

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BA.I ruI 4 C COASY.YO-COAST 21&s., 29c f i


I APPLES DEUCIOCS EATING' 2 Lbs. 17 C PORT SHERRY 75 C So. %!SCaD BEARS 2 ,bs. 19c GL-\RA."TtED: );; i t

f CAL. LARGE 191
w THOMPSON 10 ; 39c DOL/
GRAPES SEEDLESS 2 fl5s. 25c b,. -- ;


GRJwlze S.N0,111TTE ,,6 .
U\ 10 Lbs.
Dairy ,
FANCY' 4.10 f llfii COFFEE BACON grIt
TOMATOES BOY-CELLO ISc Feed ba g 3 b,29c (

204! ,
Planning a party or but .
BEANS TENDER GREEN 2 Lbs. 25c SCRATCH, fet supper? Guests pre 391 FANCY YELLOW b.19
FEED lOO-lb. fer Gordon's they're ?

.. HONEY DEWS Each 39c Inc 5 49 always so very crisp ONIONS 3 19c

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III I i:.! 56 ESOUTII ST. 2S .Bac LB. 143 MASH POTATOCHIPS OLEO Ib.' 291 MILK 3 ::29' .

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}I ch 1943.vol.ands Tracy Gets Edward., MY Son Role I i 1 0 D .

.I "
"T LOUELLA O. PARSONS I talk that Katharine Hepburn may '*
HOLLYWOOD Anyone who be co-starred with, Spence. At
t M Ul; saw Robert Morley in Marie Antoinette least Edward Knapf. the producer -
a av.iei won't strongly consideringKatie GRADED
forget him. He is
,,. played Louis XVI and did an out-I as the wife.
e.tid.r standing Job as the very fat un- |, *
happy consort of r-- How would you like to see Clif-
the more unhappy ton Webb as a baby sitter The
R3iY Marie An- bare idea alone is hilariously fun- We will give you
toinette (Norma ny. Well it's the main comedy cooking instructions -
Shearer]. situation in Sitting Pretty,a movie F+ with every
Well he's a' that gets going at 20th CenturyFox purchase of this
great success in i next month with Clifton,John Utility Grade
Edward, My Son \ Payne and Maureen O'Hara. Beef get in
on the London- The story, originally called swing with the
stage a play he ?"'" Belvedere shows John and timE'Severyone
co-authored with R Maureen, a young married couple Is serving this
Noel Langley and who advertise for a baby flavorful econ-
now he is bringing sitter, and get Webb. > omy meat and
the play to Certainly a laughable situation ? srf'V ? it's good!
New York and how Clifton will play it! Wal- 4
But what inTracy ter Lang, whose Mother Wore : ..' .
terests me the most is that MGM Tights has cleaned up whereverit
N finally was able to buy Morley's | has shown, is the director with ?
play for Spencer Tracy. Louis B. Sam Engel slated as producer.
Mayer read it and was crazy about J !
s It, but many other film companies Pat Dane is determined to havea U. S. Utility BeefSTEAKS
had the same idea. There's movie career-so determined"I' "

1'I Round, Club
I! i
or 49
Sirloin, lb.

: .. .. _
s. lyd.Fwv .r tm E r JU >

... Utility BeefStew Utility Beef Chuck Utility Beef Fresh Ground

Ib 29c I Roast I lb. 35c I Hamburger Ib. 35c

r Miller & Hart Berkshire

+h .. Whole or Shank Half, Ib Rights Reserved
Oy ar:4 Ro'd Bone Butt Half. Ib. :9e 5 3

1 Center Sliced, Ib. 89c Prices GoodQuantity Thru. Sat., Sept. 6

BIRDSEYS B I FLOUR U. S. Good & Choice Milk-Fed a POULTRY 417 W. Church St. 55 W. Jackson St.

Blossom Trail
: s RIB CHOPS. lb. _59c 220 S. Orange
70 E. Colonial Drive 133 E. Robinson Ave.
BREAST for ] lb. ..-29c
[ Stewing
QualiJj.'r Sie_ VEAL Seymour Dr. and Dr 301 E.Park Aye. S. 124 E.Park Ave. WINTER PARK
SHLDIt. CHOPS. lb. _.53c
red velvet carpet? I Fryers, lb. _____69c
25 Ibs. 50 Ibs. SIRLOIN STEAKS. lb. _69c
that you may remember she wentto Seymour 3-lb. Avg. Drawn ; t
BIRDSEY'S BEST .._...._.....2.00 3.90 I\ I Mexico to see about making a Swift's Premium Oleo Dipped Boneless t / s
picture when she was supposed to Fowl, lb. 53c
4 BROTHERS ___ m___.__._..__1.83 3.55 be at Reno getting a divorce from ------- y

Tommy Dorsey. Veal Rolled Roast Ib _.._.._.._......55c Pork
:: MONEY SAVER .1.70 3.30 ,
...___._____.... I Ia Well now she's landed a part
it 'Monogram. She was signed for Headless Ears, lb. _______ I5c
ro'ca: Named Joe. Pat was un- Large. Ocean

(Caff _ccn.ract.cd Dorsey at and MGM gave when up her she L1HJ SHRIMPlb.49c Herman's Assorted '

e"c, 'lib.BlRDSEY'S and caieer.she Now wants she's that given career up Dorsey back. fT
I + .
-1'' BEST [Vacuum Can] __....45c A tragic story that touched my I Neuhoff's Old Time Country Potatoes .k

.. '4 BROTHERS ____________.35c heart Steve Cochran.concerns Not a man Steve named Coch-I : Large. Fresh Caught Sausage, lb. ____59c

FAIR PLAY ._.*:27c ran. the actor but an old-time 5 Ibs.i
Mullet Ib 23c Lean, Meaty PorkHeckbones )
> theatrical man who was man- I ____._________
ager of the National Theater in '
Washington for 40 years. I lb. __23c U
Steve had entree to the White Taste O Sea Red Perch Pollock: 29c ,
4-lb. ctn. LARD 1.09 r
"I .$ House. He host I Western ;
.. __ played to Presidents -
j from Wilson to Roosevelt ; Fillels, .Ib ____,_35c Fillets, lb. _____25c Spare _
and people in show business I Ribs, lb. __39c .
U. S. No. 1
I knew and loved him. I Fresh Cod Fresh Cooked Florida LargePeaches .
USE THE BEST After he lost out at the National I Fillets Ib 33c Lobsters lb. 49e Armour Star ,Skinless .35c
3 Ibs.
he came here to get a job. The ______ ____ ...
.. man who, had offered 'it to him I I Franks Ib. 43c
In Cans-Claw Crab Baking Size Red -----
t t.
I IIII was out of town. 'Steve got another I Thompson Seedless Snow White Bead
job. Then "he was struck Meal, lb. ______69c Bass, lb. ______29c Spiced Luncheon Gropes, 2 Ibs. 25c Cauliflower _.29c '

I I ". r rr down injured by, including a streetcar broken and legs terribly and I Heals, lb. ______49c firm Green Yellow 1[; ) '

FLOUR!FEED_ STORES t injuries.arms crushed pelvis and internal Fancy Grade A Mt. Vermont Rindless Pork Cabbage, lb. _5c Onions, 3 Ibs. 21 c .

433 PHONE W. CHURCH 2-0937 ST. -eI..n..o..I.ve.eo_) J time His and daughter now he died is in about the this Los I: SLICED BACON, Ib _.....__........75c Tails, Ib. ______31 c Long Potatoes Island' 10 Cobbler Ib 39c New Potatoes Red Bliss 5 Ibs 29c ; .
i Angeles County Hospital and bad-
ly in need of help. People he
Blue Bonnet
helped might like to know of his

i I plight. I OLEO Jb. 37c
i Gene Tierney talked to a friendof I
mine the other day in New 1 Yellow Daisy Phfla. Cream
I I York and said if she didn't get ? Cheese Ib. _49e Cheese, 2- Ibs. 29c
_I an assignment, she would stay I ES
there for her sister's wedding and i
s I 4' Southern Gold Colored Oleo-
i be her matron of honor. I
1 PK41&ctr Well,- I understand that both Redi-Mix, solid, Ib. 45c-W$, Ib. 47c w 1))
1 J Linda Darnell and Gene will be I P
Kansas Shipped Grade A
in The
Walls of Jericho. After
... Gene turned down a couple of a I II LARGE EGGS, doz. .67c ,
things, there was a long silence
from her studio and now she's 11 liar
ready to return to work. I r
$ GOINS... Lamar Trotti is finishing the WC12 CAM J/ !
a ,: GET script of Paul Wellman's book I
y iffp GOINGI Walls of Jericho which is one of
ti'A _ooa Ilre lfJSC( .up the current best sellers.
5" i"your ,
will p011 long' Boy Scout William Tracy chalked MAXWELL i i31Zo

,:! part unexpectedly up for his his good sister-in-law.when deed he for landed the Claire day a I HOUSE Regular cr C 0 FEE 1 lb. 4 5 C t =

:James. In Leo McCarey's Good Drip Grind
'Sam. I 1 1 C
I It all happened when Bill was Bulk Patna Tall Cons Evaporated 6 VARIETIES iZ
talking to Leo about a part for I

;'q .y, .. himself.looking enceinte for to Leo play an mentioned actress a certain who he part.was was I RICE,3lbs. 44c MILK, 3 tall cans 33c Noodles dN'SDINNERS

Knowing that Claire was blessed-
v,. eventing. Bill immediately sug- Beef 16-oz. 38c
gested her. and she was signed
the next day. Ironically he still SKAT Floods 0' Suds Ga. Maid Sweet Mix Noodles and
hasn't heard about his own part.I PICKLES12oz. Chicken 16-oz. 35cBALLARD'S
k Hand
Adela Rogers St. John tells me SUPER SUDS I
GUDAHY'S Douglas McLean who used to : Mb.can lOcSweetheart '
write many of his own movies i 24c
is dramatizing her short story. '1 Plain or S. R. Flour

I. PURITAN J1619 Never was one Again of for Adela's the stage.best short That {:I large 29c Land 0' Sunshine 5 Ibs. 45c

stories and it was reprinted in I _
Cosmopolitan Magazine. It's the I P-nut Butter .
story of a girl who wakes up and Toilet Soap
: Pufs "WaJce Up"In ,the/ Morning Meal/ finds herself in jail after run- I I Cake 812c DIXIE '
intoxicated.ning down a man while she was I Reg. DARLING BREAD loaf 12c 8-oz. 18c ,' _..

Now Danielle Darrienx would
like to come to Hollywood and
make a picture, but I have afeeling The Sweet SoapSUNSHINE No. 8OZ 14c
Early morning appetite the red velvet carpet I SweetheartBath P EAC H ES 222c : BOX
'. will not be put down for her. HALVES
always)wak up at the '+s Viveca Lindfors and Dejmis
flrat crisp bite of Ma Morgan have arrived in New York Cake 14c
after completing To the Victorsin
Cudahy'a Puritan Bacon. Europe and are heading for Stokely Fruit O'Sage Orange

TheiVa a tantalizing mild,smoky sweetness Hollywood. Food

k a -a delectable, tender crispness in every That's all today! *Cocktail ,No. 21 39c *Juice -oz.can 22c 1-lb.can 12c

golden-brown alic*. And as for nouriahment-
well,just try a hearty breakfast Ultra.RefinedGrahams
ti Nabisco Sunshine CrackersIelbeck!: Meal or
of Cudahy's Puritan Bacon.
4r -.. See if yon don't Ors.geAve.. .' Icou LgeCake 15c lb. 23c Hi-Ho lb. 25c,Grits 1 12 lb. 20c CLOROXReg.

x work better ; Iruour
q .- |study better,play better eusrs talcraLS :r" Starch= I Old Dutch y

> ,,, QP' d ltd better all day long! DOtli SwBS'iS I e++ 1VD1lY SNOW Linrect Reg. 12c CLEANSER'
nI: 1m
I Dromedary Date-Nut 15

6M AaseocIltal L9e 31c Ige. 31C Bread can 21c 9I/2C c



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'r ,Page 4 OOrIwn !1nrnbtg e-rnttnd Friday, Septembef } { r

j Sanford. JayCees Ask Redistricting Rail OverpassPlea 1]

New Smyrna Beach To Begin t
J5-e"al[ 1 to Orfcnis '." ""IQ Se-t!,,!'J stitutioa provides that each county Odham said that one-fifth of
S S TORD-The Junior ChamJber have five county commission d.1sthe total population of the county Studied
of Commerce yesterday" asked. tracts as nearly as possible equal according. to the 1945 census wouldbe Use of Parking Meters Today 19lI
tthe: County Commission for a 4.912 "and it :is respectfullyin r I
and that courts "' .
I population requseted, by the JayCees "that > '- '
:2nore, equal districting of the :;:: : fa Cdo: VaSe- "en!) :;e"J :- -:
Bounty according to population.] have held that it is the continuing this board comply with the man DAYTONA BEACH-Mgr. NEW SMYRNA BEACH=-When you go downtown Monday -
they also requested that if duty of the Board of County Commissioners date of the Constitution and divide -
tbJe it be done prior to the coming pos-- to divide a county in this county into five districts James Titus made public Tester- morning, be sure you have some pennies in your walletor '
elections. J. Brailey Odham such a manner. which win be as nearly as possible day a letter which he received pocketbook. For if you drive down, jou'll surely need them. ii; '
presented the request as president Districts to date are as follows equal in population." from L. C. Frohman. chief engi- The city's 150 new parking meters will be in operation then i .
District 1, precinct 3, popChm. H. B. Pope advised that
t _cf the JayCEeS. : neer of the Florida East Coast for the first time, Police Chief Charles White announcedlast
District 2. of this law
ulation 9.W5: prethe board was aware *
f :: He said that the Florida Con cincts 1, Z and 4, 8.88; District but because of the expense entailed Railway concerning erection of night. it pours
t 3. precincts 9. 18. 11, 12, 11. 16. had refrained from making an overpass or a subgrade structure The city has already realized
t DR. 3.41?; District 4. precincts 3, 8. this change until it had been officially fit the depot.The some cash from the meters. how- Drivers' LicensesOn i
13. 2,352; and District 5. pre- brought to their attention ever. Chief White said yesterday
4t announces the Reopening ducts.6 and 7, ':K population.._. by the public. j railroad foreman said that members of his force openedthe Sale at Beach t 1
that under an ordinance passed meters [they have been installed -
f of his office I Jan. 8, 1923, the railroad was for a couple of weeks while i!, ->E- t- _. -.-- ':-- --3 :;e.e:1: :] : PLAIN OR IODIZED
at loa N. Orange Are I work on them was being completed '
fI $S23,39lPark State Legion relieved of constructing such: a ) Wednesday and collected i NEW SMYRNA -New
I on Sept. 8th pedestrian right of way. approximately $25. i/ 1943 drivers' licenses are on sale !
;, Titus had written Frohman at Apparently the pennies were I now at the office of C. Winston, -
Center Seen the dierction of the City Commission placed: there by out-of-town f" '"
Smith. The new licenses which
FRANKCREBS 1 upon a motion by City Com. motorists who thought the me- I j /
Budget Asked I 1I !Ralph Richards asking that some ters were in operation I cost 125. win become effective
L For Sanford safety measure be provided for Parking hours win be from 8 Oct. 1. State Examiner Evans of

', : persons across the tracks in the a.m to 6 pjn., excepting Sundaysand the State Road Department, De-
'- /
-- h Se--F.
:!- : : : 9 ": '.' Se'e7 Magnolia section. holidays when motorists can
iS[ ;t : = n C =rj: : Ave 150noneeC
!Land, will crrvers examina-
Realtor DELANO Ai a meeting of the 8.-\70RD-AdJ. Joel S. Reid Titus has suggested that an park free of charge. You'll be give /
ewt..eProperty board of commissioners for Vol- attendant be stationed at the able to park for 12 minutes for tions from 9 a.m. to 12 noon each /
of the local American Legion Post /
Manager csia Co .:yesterday, report of, gates so that pedestrians might one penny; one hour for five Saturday at the police station. fortified tiU l /
a. Tun, r.rv.n.set yesterday declared alter contacting pass across: at the station point, cents. Required to take examinations I /
the of the Florida Forestand
-Myw aNa.ph. budget several Legion officials of but the railroad turned the suggestion Fine for parking: violation will will be drivers whose Florida 11-j e
} Park Service for the Volusia be SI and fines will be ,
2 IT!* Florida at the National Con\en- down. payableat censes have expIred. those who ,
Fire. Control District was read by The railroad however, did not city jail with no court proceedings have never purchased licenses, and ,
uon in New York last week. I feel
TNIS' WEEK'S \7 STaa 11STIMGF Clerk Jess 3.1atbas. It called fora close the door on hopes for a over- necessary. Half the pro- drivers of out of State cars, who 1 ,
ttttm SOT W tjffiprteJyicd county assessment totalling $23.- more confident than before that pass or an underground tunnel for ceeds win be used to defray the now reside here. FittlfiE0If,3Nc Iti i -IN,
:_ ::. sbearocaaxe 399 for IP* next year. Sanford will get the State Legion pedestrian use. Frohman said meter expenses. and the other
V e--..&1ow box: to mi Other levies in the budget areS neadquarters.' when the need for such a stru- half will remain with the city: LOW -It It's a.uaht i : M/,.
i !. OUi: from various contributing Florida now has in office two cture is shown the railroad would COST .. rm. w.LoAws i 0 BC!
land companies and $38.172 .- national officers Sirs. M. B. co-operate with city officials in Carroll Explains New i 1 FaanaIr :
from the State After de- the matter. HO
j jI Kirkpatrick of Eustis: national
i dnetinr unpaid assessments the nee-president of the Auxiliary State School Law ; : J4AKtI I

ji NEW ORLEANS I' which total about budget$45,600 was win 59,926 be paid of and Lee W finer of Jacksonville, Barn Construction :::-" -: 'DC- --j ',' r- -3 ':-.-:*' ImtallnMntD Lois : IllA'll
national rice commander of the pt. 4th Floor "k' (
EUSTIS-State Sen. N. Ray :
in salaries within the county. Contracts Awarded
MARKET 40 and 8.George Carroll of Kissimmee l ,
: Contribute to these receipts explained FIRST NATIONAL BANK I I ) tlattm I
along with the taxes on county Barr, who conducted the :MX:C.' to :Ora: Her3: S*" *::jDELAXD provisions of the new school law Utmbtt federal Deposit inseam Ctrytnttm C Ann
i IU W.and Jieksn land are five land companies Umpire School here last year gavea Vohisia! County Com- in an address to the Kiurarus Club : 'Y3I
i 1Z7 W Boat which own a total of 30.770 acres dinner for 10 at one of New missioners yesterday awarded the Wednesday noon. m.
Near &*Uread of wild land in this county: whichis York's restaurants.It was attendedby contract for building a new barn Carroll explained that teacherswill RADIO SERVICE
; FREE PARKING assessed at seven cents per acre. Frank Shames of Sanford who for Districts 1 and 3 to L. L. Jacobs receive more money and that : ECHO
though not a Legionnaire was in of the Jacobs Motor Service officials will expect more from HOME MOTOROLA ACTO j
: For Oor Cutomers Only Miss Bennett ReturnsTo that city. Other guests were DeLand. on his bid of $14205 them. It was an official visit tote Expert record changer service work h San
Legion representatives of the The new structure wall be erected iccal} club from Carroll who is raaracteed. Pickup and Delivery PII
HENS SSe Civil Service near the county stockade en the governor of the Florida Districtof Auto Store ARMOUR
: Duty State. Economy Supply Quality dog food made by ; 0.MA
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old fairgrounds site west of De- Kiwanis. Eustis teachers were ;,;
,' C Ui Nat
:: ::- -- -- -- -G 1 S. Oraite ATC. Phone
-. 37e :-:: : :: :: Land. i
DUCKS -___ I 1 guests at the meeting.
I UTe 1Irdcla&-We Dress'Em Free Lucille Bennett. recently returnedto Police Firing
{ t work at the post office from the
t S.. Z CuString Armed Forces, las resumed her CasePostponed
Beans 14es. former position as secretary. of the
Z Ca.Tomatoes. civil service board Russell Saxon
served in that position during her !
16c absence. I PRICES PRICES
So. Z CaaSpinach *- '.' '' : '!
I i :'See. tC-:* ;'! -3 tr. J
The achedsled
S; s. 2M Ca. hearing of Elliott Chesnutt
E Sour Kraut 16eSo. Let us check jour dismissed police officer set for ;
: uurance ceeds. w.won't yesterday afternoon was postponed FRIDAY FRIDAY %
2 Ca. between &
after an agreement
to set
try : youanytha
Baby Limas 14c z you don't needor Chesnutt's attorney, W. W. Judge. AND AND
s. 2 CaaKelly wazt.. Well ezp:ail possible and City Atty Curtis Gardiner
Field Peas -1Sc protection YOU mike with the approval of Appeal Board SATURDAY I '
the decision. Chm. George Kellerman. SATURDAY L,
i s. Z caw Old Glory Kellerman gave no explanation -
Pork & Beans __ 12c I for the postponement other .'"',"
H0SUYGENERAL A [ than to say that the two attorneys 2203 Edgewater Drive College Park
Fresk stock Laying wad GroW'illc I were unable to get together -
Mask. Dairy Feeds aU ill print at the time set for resuming -
I SAcks. Yellow Con, Oita But I INSURANCETaste the adjourned hearing.A lil4 East Colonial Drive Colonialtown
Pulp Hay Citrus Palp. Jl1I.ClUI'E Avt. PHONE SI89w tentative date was set for the ,
hearing to resume however Kel-
lerman said. The case will be
heard next Thursday at 2 pm.
he said. J
.wR Chesnutt one of three police :
officers dismissed by Chief Tom BLUE BONNET
I ityourself Johnson as result of a charge CRISCO FRESH
made by the officers of ticket
fixing in City Hall. 0 LEO3Ib.can$1.05
i Two of .the men fired. Dwight WESTERN GROUND ,
I and Jesse Yelvington. lost their
J fight to win re-mstatement when
the Civil Service Commission
: voted last week to uphold the
-and see why babies discharge: notices. BEEF lb. 331

like Beech-Nut Squash Obituaries

Flavor protection is the answerS NEW SMYRNA BEACH Mrs..
S WUJ.!:.m M. Griffin 85 mother of
Mrs.. \V H Roper, died at the SUNSHINE NO. 2>i CAN
Roper home at 309 Rush St. Wed- Ib.391

nesday for some night.time. She had been ill PEACHES can 23c WHEATIESpkg..l0c

Mrs. Griffin was born March {!
; 22. 1862 in Demen County. Ga. VAN CAN
and had lived with the Ropers RKII"t"BE
"aere for the last 25 years. She had S can ..ISc PEPSI COLA .S9c
been a widow for the last 50 years. case .
She was a member of the First SLICED TENDER BEEF

Christian Besides are Church.Mrs.three Roper.sons Noah other Griffin survivors -- SALMON tall can 59c: I ik SNTDER'S CORN CREAM-STYLE ISCtat
Jacksonville Howard Griffin, lIJi -------.---..---.---
Mahira. Ga.; Lawson. Griffin, f
Charleston S. C.; two daughters, Il! / (
Mrs. Stella Manus. West Palm
Beach; Mrs. Bessie Bazemore. Valdosta -
Ga.; 33 grandchildren, and MAXWELL HOUSE
28 great-grandchildren. OXYDOL 1
.1.1II ; Funeral services win be at 3 FRESH
p.m. Friday at the Settle Funeral
t. dr t4a'a Home with the Rev. Kenneth COFFEE

in Piety Christ Edgewater,pastor officiating of cemetery.,the Burial Church will be of LARGE Z DRESSED STEWING I U'm

IIv t PKG. g 1k

Hare Your AutoSTEAMGREASED bag 42c cc
u E| .. % Vlr"'V/lr' **N/fr/ ..VlrU/ HEN S .

a Motor and chassis *f HUNTS FRUIT-NO. 2 CAN
SEt steam cleaned and / 5 0 2C

lubricated: comnlete+ COCKTAIL, ______ BRITEX soP
.. L..... :6"t'i can &
i 0 C r ) i<: .: .t,.4...;:: .L.j. 19.95 MIRACLE AVHIP-S-OZ. (Ib 59 k POWDERS 2 for .. 7C

Two things are important L&ru 10 Three-00 ANY Tunes CAR Loofer pis.. nmz'BLEACH

when i it comes to Squash! Ed Mayo's 2JC
CATSUP Ige. bol. C
One pleasant flavor. Two smooth 101 N. Main SU Ph. 1.&% IOCMAXEXE ..
tenure.Beech-T\'utiakestxreofboth. 4 qt ____.. ..=. S

Fine varieties noted for flavor are SWEET UNCLE BEN'S a

r specially Then-selected by Beech-Nut. BOYTEOF SOAP, 3 bars .........2C RICE 2 sores:; 55C c'RACKERSlge.box23C'Fii : M S e

by Beech-Nut processing FLORIDA -NO. C\3IPBELLS TO3LTO '

E careful, quick and scientific MiX can.iC SOUP 3 cans..25C U

GRLWJe4 smooth texture is insured and valuablenutrientsretainedinhihdegree. S
I S30Let

I I! !4 BeecWCut sign standards of line and vegetable of meat ---------3Sc U. $ iIi tlL ItN Itg
us inspect D.
t., baby food production and all fruits your can r rll
home II
F < S ALWAYS have been accepted by the deuerts.BeechNut ants., roaches and
Council on Foods and Nutrition of .
the : other Termin. 1 "
=S PACKED American Medical"Association., I

a ;:X IN CLASS covers and Our treatment.new inspection low price GOLDEN KEY POTATOESstl r SH, 2 Ibs. ....2Sc I r

0 \ Phone or WriteBOYTE

1 .. FOODSfiBABIES i 1 i TALL CANS 5 33c 1 0 lb. 351 2 Ibs.---.i k'I R


... s 7' I t R. S. Mala Pfeone S5JJmmm :..... I i GRAPES, 2 Ibs. _...._23C



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rlanbn fHnrnlng & tttnI[! *
.1947 PACK. j FRIDAY, SEPT.8.'1947 PAGE 5

I I 455 N. Orange
"lNVar Aid Capital i FightMembers i
117 S. Rosalind
3 c.r; $1.00
.. of the Orlando Boardof
=- !:tCl
\ 1U!""' Sl ; Realtors toted yesterday to TRIPE, 24-or. can ______33c
contribution toward em-
ployment a of legal counsel In the "Where Customers Send Their Friends" Home Controlled!'
federal grand jury anti-trust Indictment -
No 2. Can 25c
F .x against the National

:: the Assn.Board.Pres.Washington of James Real Estate J.:Hackett Real Boards Estate invited and S'C H DOL S TA R T SAG A IN'I VIEN. SAUSAGE 15c

T.......... .. any property of downtown holders location to make for the offers PETER PANNEW
/ / building site of the Florida Assn.
/ of Realtors headquarters. The FEED THE KIDDIES VITAMIN-PACKED
/ State association has outgrownits NEW PACKS IN!
present headquarters in the 12-Oz.

ER! /// Orlando Bldg.Merle Heasley Chamber chairman of Commerce of the GREEN FOODS THEY'LL NEED-LAY IN A SUPPLY Jar 32c
State association's committee del-
/ / egated to find a location for the'

/// xr // building quarters make Board a of gift said building.Realtors of the a site West has for Palm offered the Beach head-to GIANT Shop and Save With Us! MAYOMNAtSE

INNERSPRING / liackett said a determined effort Pint Quart
/ will be made to find a loca-
/ MATTRESSES l ; tion here before the quarterly 39c 73c
BOX SPRINGS /1, meeting of the State association P E A S-
/I in West Palm Beach Oct.27-29.
l I HOLLYWOOD BEDS /| when a decision will be made. BLOSSOM TIME [LIMIT 6 CANS ONLY] JSL
/ i 1 Hackett and Ted L.Staton.first
/ MANUFACTURED INDIVIDUAL ORDER TO VOUB vice represent president the board were on appointed the Community to- NO. 303 CAN TALL

I lUUrru AT FACTORY Rmetlni A PRICES SpecialtyAnrwbcrt //I, Harry Welfare J. and Joseph Planning E.Board.White'\ ] MI' LK 3 2 5 L .. .,: CLOROX
la Central Florid / were accepted as members in the 2 ". 33c CANS
/ "C VIcep IJ Cs:Better 1'04&7-Tonlshtt: / Orlando Board of Realtors. qt. 15c
ECHOLS BEDDING CO./ Bids on ji grader will be opened ,
I j I by the County Commission today
I/ ta Saalerd tko b'tBderpaisPkon :Wy Jost South at j I//pat:start 10 of am a,regular 30 minutes meeting after V.the E.Bourland. SACRAMENTO SLICED .- __ J '. :-' _. .
/ *Winter Park'51-'" : .
S,...P...O.....Box....117......Orlando........FU........I':,iday.' chairman said yester- j jI I PEACHES NO.CAN 1 15

CUTF000BILISi Margaret Ann Quality SSJV0"49c' Minnesota "AA" Grade Milk Fed

i C 0 C K TAI I L NCAN 3 5 J 'A' Grade Western Baby I Roast S2lb, 'lb..; ...._39c Rib Steak Lou lb. _.49c

; MAKE YOUR OWN SKIM MILK! 1B E E F Ramp Roast lb.. _39c VEAL Chmc Chops ker, lb.Ramp_ .49c

.., .X',, .,< .t,:': ;',' STARR FANCY STRAWBERRY Steak S :ib. 49c Roast, lb._39c
:: < .
: .' : ':;; yr:., PRESERVES l fl' .29 Smoked Saar Cored Lb. Western Fork Meaty
': 39C | 39c<<:
ir : ;: .
..4i STARLAC, .M:.<:. ,.

Ifi '- ,'.'"uI E E CFNED HAS 'lNl 1 15 WIENERS, lb. 31C<<: CALF LIVER, lb. u65c



I v U ,lb 65e
\ } SMOKED SAUSAGE, lb. _.55c

1 .. :/j PICKLED. NO. 2'/2 CAN Oleo Dipped Rolled Spiced Luncheon Sliced Lb.

Sacramento Halves, Yellow Cling
!, FANCY PEACHES No. 2 i 250 Lean All Meat Fresh Ground
can ImmmY 4ft I 29CU.
i Cinderella Su&"arRipe, SeedlessRAISES ,
% cup Starlac Powder't __. ,
15 .. ,.
15 Lb- 39c 3 u.. $1.12 -- -- -- -
t pkg.
1C I mixed with one quart water oz.

I gives you one quart Fancy
150 tjIcraeo
C nourishing Skim Milk!! PUMPKIN, No. 2i can I
\ Early
k --I : :.; I DEL MONTE PEAS, No. 2 can 210 Lj. Bar 15c S. NO.1 JERSEY CALIFORNIA


kM39c 12 oz. btl .......um.u. 25c IVORYSOAP

:.N I GRAPEFRUIT Can JUICE 150 Med. Bar 9c 10 I+BS. B4c DOZ. 21c

Kraft's Salad Dressing

make Use BORDEN'S nourishing STARLAC skim milk for to No.MIRACLE 2 Standard WHIP, Pint t jar.... 31c I IVORY FLAKES- GRIMES APPLES GOLDEN YAMS Georgia. 3lbs. arc PE FANCY CI ELBERTA ESTOMATOES

cooking, for baking, for drinks! 2 Cans um..m' 250I. 12iC Lr.: 31C 3 LBS 29c PE Ri'2 Ibs., 29c 3 16s. 25c

ONLY ABOUT 6 4 A QUART I i iBorden's V-8 46 Stokely's Oz. Can COCKTAIL Finest ..................... 290 (I&QRYSNOW LARGE STALK CELERY 1 10cTURNIP

GREENS, No. 21 can 150 s... 12ic L.: 31c NO.1 RED BLISS WESTERN ENGLISH HARD HEAD
Starlac's grand for making:Bread!Cakes!
Muffins! Biscuits! Puddings! Sauces! Soups! Cocoa! i DOG FOOD. Dr. Melody. No. I can ___ lOc rIUIVI POTATOES PEAS CABBAGE
Milk Shakes! Pie Fillings! All your made-with-milk Swl. Mixed PICKLES Walbeck _.23c M"; +
recipes! {I 'IdUfIAII 2 16s. 29c 2 LBS. 29c LB. 7c
Starlac's nourishing! So easy to use! Use eitheras RICE, Fad. Pkd. Blue Rose,3 Ibs. ____49c I<
powder or liquid-directions on package. Borden's 2 Ban 17C THOMPSON SEEDLESS FIRM RIPE
Starlac [nonfat dry milk solids] gives you all the minerals REALEMON SUNSWEET MEDIUM
the proteins, the valuable B vitamins of rich
hole milk.Starlac:is made by removing the water and ILAVA'5 i
fat from pasteurized fluid milk. 1-LB.CTN. 2-LB.CTN.

U. S. Dept. of Agriculture soys: Nutrition I LB tOe LB.
5c 8OZ.EOT. 2 Bars I7c :
studies have shown that when children on diets x : 17c 17c 33c
low In these nutrients[Riboflavin and Calcium] 1Ni
were given dry [skim] milk in meals, their ,, w'PERSONAl SIZEIVORY 4 .
o growth improved markedly. TRELLIS PEAS, NO. 2 CAN .SPRING RIVERBUTTERrt Fresh P1& Grade"A"Large
rne.ee..a Ji i i SNOWFLAKE IRISH POTATOES, NO. 2 85 C EGGS In Cartons 7 7C

5c3c ; ,. ......i POUND ./flfetf O KITE, REG. PKG.


3c. I I
(Milk with he wafer and faf/emovedj) J


i ,

.. ,; '". .

City Election Registration Books/ Opened

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t a I -Page 6 rlanUn Naming g-rnttntl Friday, September 5, 1947;
: Pal! Opening I'Only i I -

U.S. Benefits J Beekeepers Group I "BC"HEADACHE TABLETS .

: Of Tiger DenIs ,I Of Voters Ready II : Plans State Session 1I I II a) 1 ,

For Potato I Central Florida i Beekeepers I, HERE I I
Assn. at 8pan. ARE !
PostponedOpening I books are open at I I at a meeting Monday r+
Registration I .
: in the county agent's office I ,
{ the City Hall for persons who have Growers Ready in the basement of the court house '
party for the Tiger not registered to vote in the Oct. will complete plans for the annual FAMOUS .SC" FORMULA NOW IN TABLET FORM 1thw'j
I Den Youth Center, 135 S. Court! I I 7 whitoters. primary election. I I Orange County farmers who meeting of the State association
> St., originally scheduled for tonight Clerk Ed McDowell reported plan to plant dnsh potatoes for to be held here Oct. 13 and 14 Now when you have a headache famous formula, the same I L 9255Pll
has been postponed until City !!i 1948 were asked yesterday by N. you can pet quick relief I fast relief. Quickly soothes
| next Friday night. I!yesterday. I E. Dale county administration officer Although Oklahoma is primarily with either "BC" Headache headaches, the pains of neu- e
I All Orlando Senior High School Candidates seeking from the Ward post of 2 to contact his office at once. regarded as one-mineral State be- Powders or "BC" Headache ralgia and minor muscular i iI PQR
I students are invited to attend the i City Commissioner He has recetted word from R. S. cause of its huge oil resources the IState's ,
Newell have until Tablets. Take choice, aches. "BC" Headache Pow-
s party next week, which will be'to succeed J. J. Dennis acting State director coal production for May. your
f the first event since closing of the Sept. 20 to qualify. Sept. 20 will production and marketing admin- 1917. totalled 212,000 tons but take "BC." Two tablets ders, lOc and 25c. "BC"
center-an agency of the Community I I also be the last day for registra- istration of the U. S. Dept. of Agriculture equal one powder. Tablet op Headache Tablets, 25e. Cau- A> _;
Chest-for re-decoration tions inasmuch. the books closeSept that 1948 goal will be same as, or slightly lower than powder-you get the same tion: use only as directed. j ji
last month. Complete plans for I 21.Seeking 'established and price support those for 1947.
*> the party will. be announced later, the post are Clarence A. i benefits made available.
according to Mrs. Bea Little,Tiger Johnson, outboard motor and J Detailed information is necessary i
Den hostess. boat dealer, and Glenn I. Holiday I for
in establishing goals
plumber and former city sanitary
I old farms,and provision is made
RENTAL TRAILERSyou i ir Although both have announced : for new farms. :::
No goal of less than three acres
their candidacy neither can-
lim- .
will be established. County
white didate voters has qualified executive with committee the- its are expected to be about theMade a: ::: ;: f-. :

HAUL Chrra. Charles Stnckie said.
Johnson and Holliday said they
IT, expected to qualify next week.
Stuckie said that if a second r '
Hour deg or week; hitches furnished primary is necessary it would be f : Sr.
FAIRBANKS TRAILER f;held Oct. 21.McDowell Doctor is a note an imfnrunt note. It ..-.:'
SERVICE pointed out that less tlttite :'
Fairbanks Ave. and Clay St. 'than one-fifth of Orlando's pop- can play a big role in your health. A :
ulation is registered to vote. He
based the comparison on Greater ON SALE RESRI6NTERVED Walgreen Pharmacist recognizes it as such ; ':..
Orlando Chamber of Commerce THt1RSDAY ORANGE AT PINE"MR : ; ; '
TO U/ "
!figures estimating the city's population FRIDAY J QUANTITIES and readily accepts the responsibility of
that with
GO I registered voters.O&Ifuaries compounding prescription .

STEADY WTHr : with OINTMENT ,". accuracy and care. sui
pure soe CUTICURA 36C ...
r I Funeral services for Mrs. Ena vegetable oilshortening. (Limit I) DRUGS WITH A REPUTATION
F. Pisk. 84. widow of George H.IA. .
Fisk. will be held at Eiselstein-, I ,- .._ DU
Makes Tender Crusts ;
Wigginton Home for Funerals at i Flaky H
4 pjn. Saturday with Dr. R. H.I II j, Florida Made for Florida Trade
McCaslin officiating. Interment GRtMuI
will be in Palm Cemetery Winter 33c PEROXIDE HYDROGEN 19c

Aq I Park.Mrs.. Fisk. a charter member of j I PINT (Limit 1) GlanIONE.CENTSALEo''
the Park Lake Presbyterian Carton of
y. 1 'Church came to Florida In 1885 COLGATE
from Hampton. N. H. and has I I 50 BOOK
been a .resident of Orlando since BEAT

1919.Mrs.. Fisk is survived by two 25 JUNIOR TOOTHPOWDER MATCHES
Herbert A. Fisk of Orlando I'I "I
691 the Giant
+tt and Roy D. Fiske of Jacksonville; *, (Limit 1)lIOc Buy
two., daughters Mrs. W. D. Eisel- size for 4oc,
Ala stein of St. Cloud and :Miss Mar- get the Large
garet B. Fisk. of Orlando; one Ii TM for One Cent! Limit 2
J J sister Mrs. Carrie A. Marston FOI
/: I Northhampton. N. H.: one brother -
eoTH FoR
Irvin S. Drake Lake Como w 271 Kems Tissues !h231 SP1t"

t Fla.: four grandsons one grand- *vn, '+a. (-1;aea
\ ei : daughter and one greatgiandson.FUXERAL kee,. is" [ ] 1 IVORY ,

i, For Miss SERVICES Mattie McKee. 89, of SOAP
'469 S. Main St., will be conducted e d g '
I I'Friday at 10.. am. from Carey NO-NICK Decorated t I III
Hand Chapel with the Rev. Lind- \ r
say E. McNair officiating. Inter- i4 2
est will. be in Greenwood Cem- a s.AIi -' TUMBLERS for
rs4sj t; 1 etery.. II II It's V/a/srcen'r/ Real/ Swings;
V r/ i C b o.e o!2 Designs 'r .
) ,,
\ \
\\ ; .z 1.25 SIZESIMILAC
FOR C I I _. .

1 o = ,, 39c Pound
I You're on the highroad tog Buffer Dish I Serve your drinks in -= BORICACID f
fun when breeze c
with Ginger you ..with refreshing I and Cover 1 these colorfuISafesx, POUND TIN ?
%. Canada Dry Ginger ge glasses. Bowed. (Limit 1 only) 89c -- ,
Ho1Js .Ib.
Ale.It's Its %
tingling. tangy.
I C I Powder or Crystals .
It's pure enjoyment! Cofeady With coupon 6

with Ginger-fotteady (Limit one c
with Canada Dry! ctmi ,... v
/ - / 1f 1
rR;'' ; r$ a ac -
1) ,
( )
15 FV. PIHE School Buys r

j //9c PnfMILK/ Dixon "Rife.Rife"MECHANICAL

:: SAVE $2.66!! of SCHOOL PENCIL Wetproof Plastic Dou61e-Tip Swabs BARBASOL 50e Size

% .I( MAGNESIAlc Propels re- 27 BABY 29C BOX SHAVE

) t. FINEST OF RUItI pels, expels.; 25c PANTS 54 Q TIPS CREAM

R; .In 4 smart colors. Minor 19C (limit 16C
fUwt. Pr. one only)
/t ; 89 PROOFCUBAN (Limit 1) 29c

T __ LOOSE-LEAF Olalsen vitamin drops. lOcc '6Sc -
Lge. PJcg.9REFT.
2 5 3 ring Narrown eck, 4 or 8-ounce 3 for 5 0 $1.95VALUE
GOSTEADY 29C Disc.[ ]
style. Onl x

WiT/I 4-5 QUART $2 98 i Anti-Colic DAVOL ,NIPPLES Sani-Tab . 3 for 25C PolaroidSUN

Reg Price $5.64Swanee _____________ Glasses
:; Antiseptic fragrant. 4-ouace

DRY BRANDY Limit:4:: ;:,;: 900 AND p'1es! ATLASOCJc Baby's skin ca.re.9oOz.BABY. size.OIL. 43c .

----- o/know/ % .z.
rrU I <
r uti
.. {I 4.5 4-5 $ 60C .*
$2 69 49 1t
Quart Quart \1.; SELTZER >t

-7lze // ji Hill and Underwood Old! Dan Tucker TABLETS : ::1

.if C1zaTltT.f1Ze li+t l Distilled Dry Blended II',Z B: 11 --, >-

'Ales Ginget. t''I ". .. GINVI a \ ISKEY 50c Size .1i i! .

Disc Do /It YoursellFf>'New Lvstr Potent Olafsen 1-A-DAY brand High-Potency -


rMfli LustreCremeJi for Children VITAMINS LIVER OIL ':;; i:

51&59 69 j CREAM 1- "c apsu/00 tiny: $...189'! Bottle 0/60... 1S5 -plaJD Capsu.1. 69 VITAMIN 0 ADDED -" ,:-

/ I td,, & I 9? A Complete kit flounce size. 10 l'V
IrI -

/ Ir, LILLY KOHICEBRia%! Liquid,2-oz....... 6Se Complex
1 1 / i \ I I -- :".>!:.'

Shop and Save! 11II COD LIVER OIL Olafsen Imported. Pint.1.19 30..p potent UJu .:.. fl| -98 : -:;;;::
i c Li.aY .!
tiAp, RUM i ; ""
enc.e4. ENTIRE .
: ;', -<,- :> --"'.d/fi./ .: -
_ C IIKt4ivAr \ MINIATURES I STOCK 20>F..dnol.EXCIM Tu u y,0.lri.,,L g_ud KUfoU* :.;:
I .
2 2c lOc

Jenny's '":At -
I II I : a -. ,, 4 osa 6c
assozaJar Zoth if
& { 9c C:
.....n Gl AND For Bags '
\ ..' ay

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$25.00 PAINT JOB Friday, September 5, 1947 ((9rlan2! >a fronting Jyrnttnrl Page 7 Gleaned From the Sorry Department of Carrying a Joke Too Far!

Orlando'. b a Wo t order Lowest extra Prices.work Other Punt and *** Work you at L joke son" John J. Brown. 65, I! judge didn't hare a sense of cruelty to animals. Brown said
he had sliced alt the pup's tail
S "ANYTHING FOR ANT CAR ANYTIME." told Frankie Hamman '7, as he humor. lie freed Brown under I
dare after
on a finishing; his
STIVERS-PONTIAC ; whacked off his puppy's tail with $100 bond and told him to ap 20th bottle of beer.1WE .
52 W. Colol aJ. ,w. can -- -- -
for --
and deliver. Phone 2-231t -
.', i CI\!. \

r \ I"Id 1.1I; -vf _A rf ? I

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." ,.. !,
925 S. DIVISION ." > j II
532 W. CHURCH 46fr. Iii
.;.;.. .":".,>,> ,.- 1:1:: s

\ "
.. .,.':'..< ,; ) \\ilt ilt:11 Quart 33c 75c DOANS PILLSsfl: Se .. 19c .

PORK FEET LB lOe ,.,. ) ;_ 3 r. I :! : Gallon $1.19SERUTAN 60c MEXSANA Powder Heat 39c ".Afl 1.58
"- Regular' t9c!
/ ,
-" Gallon' McKesson\ Aspirin
:11' -- $1.25 Upavy'_ let Tablets Hto
:':::=: OTf 77cI

ROAST .:-... ""\> "-",,,,/ ": y a: $3.25 Size Size S2.39 SI.10 I HUXATED I ( IRON 79cSI.50AGAROL$1.09 bottles 49c I
La 35c /.: :/
CHUCK "/' ..... '; v W SACCHARIN lc SALE :;\2

7' Ha 1000 in Bottle COLGATE'S C

FRESH BEEF TRIPE 16. 25c o .: --/. .;>v' .; FI 14 grain 69c'-I 1.25 ABSORBINE. JR. .69c lg.Tooth Size Powder Only lc C1t"<,

u Vz 98c when you buY the -<
I0 grain $ 1.35 Pinkham Comp. 3c giant size O

d TABaby Round Loin lb. 55c .,.. .;It., z 1 grain $1.29 both 41e c F-:

J Club Pinbone Ib. 45c I POLICEMEN PLAY: Four Orlando police- first social get-together staged by the depart- uJ- Pi. Rub Alcohol Isopropyl! I6c 60c ALKA-SELTZER..9C ..-11

men enjoyed on old-fashioned bull session yesterday ment in the last 20 months. Right to left J 25c ZINC OXIDE lube 12c !0c PUTNAM DYE ..It5Qc I Iz1V
PURE LARD Ibs. I at the Police Department's fried Rufus G. Mathews, William H. Pierce Sgt. Jo:
2 39C 35c Calamine Lotion 4 17c Oil! Citronella 2 21c
I chicken supper at the Orlando Gun Club:-the Lemuel A Casey and James A Pitts. oz. oz. I =
} i
I ------- NOXZEMA 23c KLEENEX 2GO's _ _I6c '
LIGHT -- -- D
: Story Citrus Recommendations HailedBy ::J VITAMIN A VITAMIN B-1 I VITAMIN E

100 Perlt'S 5.000 units $2.85 100 TABLETS 1 \I. G. $1.19 Wheat Germ Oil .
30c pto TSBLErs Ca. :-
MORRISON C. MERIAM |1| The letter was one directed to meeting is held it will be scheduled I 100 Perks 50.000 units $5.t9 :: TABLETS: ;, t G.$3.49: : 50 Capsules V7C :
rOr'r: q\ ig Su'\\' net I 3-'t::: '.'.r led] the United Growers and Shippers Sept. 23. when the control 3O
DUZ OXYDOL 30c W. L. Story's proposal that In- ,I| Assn., Florida Citrus Producers committees are expected to meet FU B7.BY MILK Plenty of ?
ternal grade regulations be set up
to prevent glutting the market for Trade Assn., Florida Canners. to adopt a marketing polio for Always Fresh EVENFLONipples I RUP-I URED r toI

early oranges this Fall was received Assn.. Florida Farm Bureau, flor- .;; the 1947-48 season. I IIIIii 5 M A' ..... .... 93ct. e
GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 46 18c 20 9c with interest yesterday ida Citrus Growers Administrative said his interest in --- or ICc f. .
oz. oz. Exchange Story proposing Diai1luaiOIle lIeccruM TOIl or* Bat g Stb -
throughout the citrus industry.The and Shippers Advis- : stricter regulations was to Iii II III Cans ..................... 93c Bottles bnq prop.r support. Cud Comfort Ar.Lactogen .
Winter Garden grower, ory Committee and the commis-i i avoid overloading the market with 1 Ib.... $1.10 Even-fIx Units 25c yea patiently OB* tried el tho oil type uniartanotM oi truwM who only bas l0
MILK ALL BRANDS 3 FOR 33c: member of both the Florida Cit- sion. I|il unpalatable early fruit and knocking III Lactogen. 2 yt lb. $2.60 White Enamel bad little or no relict, lolling. Ear the qLb
rus Commission and the Growers In it he suggested that industry the price out from under the moil erdei ad..ee the o-cofl d out oiowB
I II Dextrogen ...............26c Bottle Sterilizer expert .pndil.q! freely you time; end
Administrative Committee, said leaders meet with the two Fed- new crop at the very beginning. ,
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the reaction he had encounteredwas eral control committees the GAC He said his personal beliefis Case of 12 $2.95 $349 d.ilu.ioam:
BEE BRAND BLACK PEPPER lOc: favorable. and the SAC, and help "guide that internal grade regulations Mulsoy .. ......__.", 39c 7 BottJ I es Often w: -
\ "I realize there are many who their policy making. are the solution but that I Case of 12.$4.50 Rubber Baby Pacifiers Nipple 19e motuectiou search in re
will be against regulating orange He proposed that the date for he would be glad to see the I Dextri-Maltose CHUX ..... $1.58 ol th world

SNOWDRIFT 3 Ibs1.12 i sugar shipments content on but the I basis do think of their that such two a committees meeting be set assem'le when the in desired through the result present accomplished external II 1 Ib ... ......... ....63c fash-a-.ay 83c ice lot find relief exiso a better only in eerr ova to* I '

I' something may have to be done," Lakeland Sept. 16 for their organization i grade and size regulations. I _.5lbs. _...m. .. .....S2.79 Johnson DIAPERS Baby Soap 15c Bwa commUD y. ,
, AT NO. 2 STORE he said. meeting. "1,o one should take alarm at 1 Ib. Horlick Malt 79c lie Stork Expert. Ettiaoi end roipaihelielanding. imdtr eexpeneace .
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published daily except Sunday. New Yeai"f Day. fourth
*0t July. Labor D;y. Thanksgiving and ChriJtm. by j I Lauds Sentinel-Star
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South Sentinel-Star Orange Co.Ave.Orlando. Orlando.Daily Fla.Newspaper. Inc. at t3$ on VTHEN THE XM NOT OF COURSE ',. Herlong

Entered!: as second-clai matter at the Poet Office at SHEWENT-ANDIT '
Orlando. Florida. under the Act of March 3d. 1>7>. By DREW PEARSON M TWERPS ASKED [ED. NOTE: Drew Pearson returned from his HAVEN'TSPEND ONLY TOOK ABOUTI6BA6STOHOLD For League
.fcietertption Price SSc Per Week. 11.50>> Per Mo. l THEM OUT TO f X
TELEPHOt.E Departments 41(lMAITIN Taxation today reports on how he spent his Sentinel:
THE WEEK USOTA THINS Editor. Orlando Morning
AMBUIM.. fDITOI AN* PIKLISMU time off.] WHAT SHE DIDN'THAVETDYVEAR This letter is to express my ap- 2h

Co W. LiMtrr. I us. Ma*. HINIV $ALCN. EDITOIIAI" DitKTO. WASHINGTON-First. I want to thank Bob END SHE SAID- \L.i > WEAR/ ty7j-R I predation and the appreciation: of '

- EAU. HOIII.... MAHACINO E.. MIB.TON J. AUSTIN. A". Mtt.RAIOL Allen for the .swell columns he wrote in my absence. the Florida State League to the 4t"Beg
for the fine cover-
HAMILTON, Clio Ms*. NOXIIIT COMSONMI. Sic. TIIAS. They set a tough standard for me to follow but the Florida
J. W. LIMMOH, CITY Cia. Mu. CMAIUS: MIDLIM. Puss Surr.ROIHT enabled me .to take the longest time off from the !, age you baseball given this '
F. WAITII. CLASS MCiL R. T. Mius. Typo. Sunr. Merry-Go-Round since the whirl started. season.League games "

Member el The Associated: Prei When I embarked on this period of idleness I Yours is the only newspaper in
The Associated' PreIS i* exclusively entitled the circuit that has carried the
thought I would
the for re-publicatJoa of an be bored stiff. It turned out thatI Feder
use '
news dispatches accredited to it or not wasn't but my wife was.\ Reason' complete box scores of all State

otherwise accredited to this paper and .. was that I insisted on spending'' League games and the unprece- TVext" .:
.1 No the local news published herein. 1rtA ) dented Interest and the all-time :
All rights for re-publication of special part of my vacation filling the silo. the league :
dispatches herein are also reserved. ; ) high in attendance in ther
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$ can be attributed in a great meas- ; i:
PAGE 8 FRIDAY. SEPT. 5. 1947 period around our farm. and ure to the splendid publicity you ;i
Your Pardon! me:::; :
anyone who comes too close Is have given our games.I ,

- TODAY'S THOUGHTS liable to get caught. Once my 1't particularly want to commendyour A week ago The Public Thought ; s enie=::; II:

> son-In-Iaw-then a suitor for mydaughter's sports editors Bob Hayes and .column carried a letter signed by ': .
When I would comfort myself against sorrow I ca.:.....: _.::i|
hand-found himself Charlie Wadsworth for the splen- O. Bogenreif, in which
my heart Is faint In me.-Jeremiah 8:18.: (1 11. an w :J ran :
y in the unhappy predicament of did way in which they have han.
jWI omission inadvertently. was made ; tI' ,;:.-::
I 1' having to humor his prospective died a number of "knotty" prob-
Of all created comforts. God is the lender: you :. I 11 father-in-law by tramping down lems that came up from time to I and thus changed the significance
of The
a paragraph.
are the borrower not the owner.-Rutherford. ik 1 ensilage for a whole weak insides / \nudo time during the season. Their attitude Morning Sentinel Orlando this 'Wok
regrets error -
has at all times been mostcooperative
I i the silo. Now that he has married I and herewith corrects the
and I know that from
Pearson my daughter he is most carefulto garbled paragraph to read:
War Assets Sale!
Racketeering J C.PARRtf time to time pressure from various ,
put a thousand miles between himself and the "I have lived a rather long life
o ARE ALWAYS some blood I farm at silo-filling time. This Summer. however. 4O534TiiStP4E parties and sources throughoutthe I and had ample opportunity to v_ jf
league has made their
THERE : I caught radio off I WASHINGTON study the liquor question, both-as r !
around, ready to take advantage my agent Jackson Leighter. lems difficult. I don't know how drinker and

of weaklings. guard and before he knew what had happened. he : 9-5' t [L2!' "'' "- h they could possibly have been of a have yet to see anything otherwise good and that I :

:I t : : This has been true since the start of was inside the silo earning honest money. any better service to baseball than could be credited to liquor and I
Although I have never put wife inside the : they have. I have told them this 1if
my | have seen everything bad and evil
: time and the opportunities offered by the '!
i silo she is never quite happy about silo-filling. PITCHING HORSESHOES I personally and they do not knowof in the world chargeable directly
War Assets Administration surplus sales This is not because she drives a truck from the. my writing you. I feel that you to liquor ." .,

I ; were ideal for shady opportunists. cornfield to the silo, but because she!!*would rather I I should know how we feel about ... s: :

i Most popular 'item has been used have me relax at Nantucket or the mountains. ANaucihtyWord for Humanity the splendid job they have done I

vehicles of all sorts. However if we go to one of these Summer resorts II this season. the box on arrival. Some of my
While we have had some "roughspots" customers won't EvergJjterii'"f
The hot shot dealers find veterans everyone I meet wants me to predict who will be .... .1 .I I buy Florida-or.'
during the taken
season. asa anges because of the rot. Dr.
willing to use their priorities to make purchases the next President or when we will fight Russia; j I ty BILLY ROSEI skin off his knee, he finally got to a block where whole this is easily the most successful Brooks also said he had purchased .. = : |

I .. and then turn them over to the while at the farm we are concerned with much know a fellow who has no faith whatsoeverin there were some taverns a movie house, and an I season from every standpoint Florida fruit by the box 'a..:::.

black market for immediate re-sale. simpler things-such as how long before the people the future of humanity Tell him that man is open drugstore. I the league has ever achieved ,for experimental purposes for the a B

boys who moved into the haunted house across the I the cherry on the evolutionary sundae and he He inched over to a couple of women who were 1 With kindest personal regards past several years. That he had v d::= ::
The WAA found such
II 0: a move underway road will see the alleged headless man who prowlsup J answers with a short naughty word. waiting for a bus. "I've been robbed," hs said. I and best wishes. : an average of 28 per cent stem- crcrf3:

-: in Orlando yesterday. its stairs in the moonlight and will hurriedly His name is Charlie Gregg and he's an ac "Where I find a policeman?" I I A. S. HERLONG JR.. end rot after holding the entire ,
;.- They have no way of punishing the move away. I countant. He lives in a New England college j I Leesburg President.
dealers who arrange the shakedown but 1 I town and in 40 years has _ _ That's what he said. But because of the period of one week. During the a t|
handkerchief in his mouth it More Attention Summer of 1941. I checked 4000 : ande-
came out. "Wug Urged
Only twice did I desert the silo. acquired a wife. two kids I _
the veterans used '
they can punish as 7y-g /.JK of Ev
gug. and sounded'something like 1 cars Exchange fruit sold in :
a dog chewingup
'tools for making false statements that the With most of us worrying about Communism j I: that look like him, and a. AJ I1t.O 6-14' : a slipper. : for Decay in Citrus auctions January through July -to c

1 cars purchased were for their own use. and the jittery state of the world. I decided to I II' 1941 Buick. n' tfl i i Editor, Orlando Morning Sentinel: 1941 and traced to the grove
.4 visit the area which reared some of, the men who i I Charlie. wasn't always "What people won't do nowadays for publicity!" I could not attend the meetingsat each defective car regardless of

to I The dealers spotted operating at the I' made this country great Virginia. One visit was :: a bitter Bill. Until recently \. giggled one of the women. I Camp McQuame. My hearing how slight. That record shows WcdlPA

Orlando sale were all from the lower East to the northern neck of Virginia, the land of cnce- '' he believed like Her companion ventured that it was probably aid went bad. five times as many natural colored ; ,

1 Coast. great tobacco plantations where George WashIngton the rest of us. that the.| part of one of those radio shows where they make I I have clipped Mr. Powers' reports cars were defective than color ,_ _
.. The WAA is them and the vet- I :" the contestants do things for Suffer and placed them in my files. added cars.
i 1\\ "- watching and Robert E. Lee were born. :: human race had climbed J|||- the crazy money. I was impressed by Dr. Winston'stalk I have a very large file of data (-
I erans. Later I went to Williamsburg. scene of the up out of the darkness Consequences or something like that \\"as'the '
on decay. Slight decay in the :I on decay. Now as to blue mold,
F *"** Such operations deprive deserving vet- founding fathers' earliest heartaches. where University and was marching handin name of it, she thought.It auctions as reported by wholesalers : Winston told me the spore of -.. ,

Jrerans of cars and put fancy profits in the I of Virginia students are now relieving those hand toward the sun. would be plain animal kindness to draw a I is not given the attention blue mold was airborne. That _

I I pockets of the racketeers. I heartaches in Paul Green's stirring pageant. "The : Like it says in the Insurance veil over the next 20 minutes in the life of jit I deserves because decay increases they were in the groves and packIng r p.

I Common Glory." And as I watched their portrayal -, company ads. Charles Greet-the comments cf passersby! on his i with time and the result :' houses. That they could: not __
II Some regulations should be passed that i of the trials of Thomas Jefferson the'I I Now Charlie thinks- Nile green shorts-the things some girls said I is a loss to the consumer affect the fruit unless there wasa ';
will frighten the dealers and which loss reflects break in the rind.
shady adversely to
away I doubting Thomas who scoffed that democracy i but let me tell you what about his skinny legs. Florida
fruit. i I Notice the California _
- 1 keep the veterans on the straight path. could never live, the discouragement the sufferIng. happened. ________ _______ A little hysterical. he finally hobbled into a bar I The Federal Trade Commissionin I wear gloves.!! Even a small scratch
1 I We were happy to learn that no Central the determination which finally brought victory. 11 t i A few years back he and grilL There were some startled yipes from a report to Congress on an in- ''made by a finger nail can make !

\ Florida dealers were in on the shady :I could not help but wonder what would happen to 'was on his way home from a late stretch of the female barflies, and one elderly gent looked Destination of the Fruit and''' an opening for the fungi. If a School'Fr !

\1 practice but their honesty doesn't keep some of our founding fathers were they alive today. :work at the office. When he stopped his car at suspiciously at the stuff in his glass. The bar- I Vegetable Industry of the U. S. packing house is made as cleanas ; :- ,

j I the unscrupulous from elsewhere away Would they for Instance. be censored by the i, a red light. somebody got in beside him and stucka tender came out from behind the bar. "This.is no made in March 1937. stress the a Dutch Kitchen and a new 1 InEc: :: 1 _

i from the sale. Rankin Committee on Un-American Affairs? pistol in his ribs. "Drive into that alley," commanded campus sonny." he told Charlie. "Hold your loss occurring to the citrus grow- crop of fruit comes In that car befcj:: t' .
i I ers of Florida because of decay. rice blue mold spores there is
The' leaders of the Revolution were. rebellious the stick-up fellow. fraternity initiations some place else." .:
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: Prof. Rasmussen of Cornell rePOrting danger. Hence the use of glovesIn ; _
radicals determined to set up a new order. Jefferson -I Two minutes later. Charlie was lying on the In the next two blocks of hobbling Charlie collected on his survey of 1500 handling the fruit. -4 la \ \

Bevin Puts Hand in Our Pockets not only proposed immediate freedom for the I cold bricks of the alley. His car. wallet and watch a little gallery mostly kids. It was about a fresh fruit outlets in New .York You will note I have mentioned i esc:;:ra t-F_

ARE THOSE who say if you can ,! slaves but proclaimed the inflammatory' idea that were gone. And so were his pants. His hands quarter of a mile from where he had been robbed
I THERE all men were created free and equal. were strapped behind his back with his belt. 'His that he was finally arrested for indecent exposure.At decay and discounted in California does not have that rot. : bu

hand into the other fellows Most of the founding fathers were young-in I necktie was knotted tightly around his ankles. His police headquarters they took the tat out I. anticipation of decay. That the California specialists writing '

pocket it's a good trick. contrast to the older men who run our Government mouth was lull of handkerchief. of his mouth and let him explain. Then they spoilage per 'hundred pounds of about Florida citrus have stated _

Certainly this line of philosophy is common today. And significantly some of them were extremely I!1, Charlie worked his lees up and down andfinally gave him a pair of pants and some sympathy andsent ;oranges for for California was 3.2 and that stem-end rot causes the decay :. Rz: !
Florida 11.7. of 20 per cent of Florida fruit. .
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practice. wealthy. Jefferson and Washington. for kicked some slack Into the necktie. He him home. I The USDA recent book July, 'Stem-end rot is not carried by the nR.
But the most flagrant at whole- instance were the biggest landowners in inched over to a wall put his back against It, ..
r attempt among I I've tried to argue Charlie out of the dim view ; 1946. Citrus Fruits. writing on decay wind. The U. S. Lab in Orlando
I sale pocket-picking is the proposal by Virginia with more than a hundred slaves on and muscled himself erect of mankind he has taken since that night. I've of Florida fruit said ""practi-I developed a solution that If applied : a ton

Britain's Ernest Bevin that the U. S. divideup their plantations.But Then like a contestant in a sack race he hop- pointed out that his misadventure was a one-in-a- cally all of this is still in the experimental : to the fruit will kill the R.:
the fire which kindled the leaders of the 1 stage." Dr. Charles i fungi of stem-end rot and blue r _
the gold stored at Ft. Knox. 1 ped out onto the sidewalk. There was no one in million incident and really proves nothing about .
Brooks then with the USDA ad-! mold. but the Food and Drug Administration oJ:_ I
Revolution the thing churned their souls ,
sight. He saw the red of sign down the of .
some neon
It is a brazen attempt to steal Britain'sI progress humanity.Charlie's '-
i dressing the State Horticultural: i!I will not allow the Ct_
kept fighting on through discouragement.:
way out of trouble. the street. rebuttal is always the same short Society April. 1942. said that ai 1 use commercially because it Is a ma.to :-
starvation mutiny was-a cause. They were I' With only one fall and the loss of an Inch of naughty word. local representative of the large I poison. t ...
And it's cockeyed. fighting not merely against England: butfor a I ..
grocery chain store reported "The i The Commission has expended tes .: -
What Britain needs is production, not cause in which they devoutly believed. They were rot always starts on the stem- '1 thousands of dollars attempting to iBeach

gold or dollars.It fighting to build and develop a new country-a WESTBROOK PEGLER SAYS end on Florida fruit and with delayed -: find a solution.

I needs goods to sell. country where they would enjoy new freedoms. anew shipments I sometimes I' CHARLES A. OARRETT.KIssimmee. P1

To get the goods, it needs expanded production tolerance, new religidus liberties. It was a !throw. .out 40 or- more oranges to ': MIA1.rJ31sca _

J.J which means a. .more. work. great fathers and sacred were aflame cause and with the winning souls of it.our foundIng This Little Show Must Go On I OUR BOARDINGHOUSE with 1:3

q I I Visiting in Virginia browsing through the ) EGADTWtG6SREALI2AOTOM\ THIS ISK4T TH FIRST t1MTl44A.'T1 8-11, b r
BRITAIN HAS AN immediate need for a I vistas of our glorious past. I contrasted those days J II B, WESTBROOK PEGLER The favorite phrase on both sides were "our brave ;-L3OLD"XOISW'J TAXJEKi SIX. lilA the M

diet and some new heavy machinery I when the nation was so weak no one expected it to I I NEW YORK-It is customary to complimentthe boys," but some journalists the borderline age- COVERED WAS ONLY DROSS A GAN'DTRP.P9t5' flaticn2i:::

to expand its production. survive with the present when we have become veteran of each war by calling him a fearless brackets took on themselves a seeming of venerable MINERAL ip.s DRAIK1ED MY "OtSR NOT A. PRESSED t
I It is to our interest to see that she gets I' the most powerful nation in the world-so power : knight beyond reproach and snarling over his years by referring to the heroes as "those kids." STAM\NA/-WAAT5\ LEFT J ROSE u 4 AM OLD NOVEL reef fcrr- :

these needs. ful that parts of the world fear us. f country's foul ingratitude to him. The big union bums invoked the veterans and FOR \AJEARY:!. ViRETCrt VOHOOOESNT 'IETneGT I vents fIn ,

I One trouble with power Is that along with It I I Igoes This is political and journalistic cheesecake as spoke and acted in their name. When indignant ? CARE...ip.s-o 'k 1IEE Ai-SD a pcUUdetn'

We're right back to the food and goods complacency. Power makes us too selfI I I the .few intelligent veterans know and the great citizens observed that planes or shells were beIng OLD TO SHOULDER% A MISKT Rur 1l.mil.rtI4E .

instead of dollars for Britain and Europe. satisfied too conservative too cocksure and con- majority apprehended by some retarded by some strike in electrical gadgets FOREIGILE61O \) DADs! -

We're firmly convinced that here is the fident, too content to rest on our oars. That of dumb instinct. The draft law or steel the boss bums said this was not so because !

solution to Europe's dilemma. course is the reason why empires rise and faIL .-. meant that the veteran deserved : production was ahead of schedule which I SloTALLA5

If that extra session of Congress is call- That also is why we cease being inspired by only his pay his weapons, his incidentals nobody could: disprove because nobody knew -

ed, we believe the program could be sold crusaders and causes. as were the founding fathers. .. and the pensions pro- what the schedules were.
and that once in effect Would work.What's We tend to be merely agin' things not for buildingup -=' !' vided in a statistical table not unlike And in a pinch, Roosevelt's people would always ____

new things. Our national motto becomes similar fl : the wage scale of the brotherhood stand by them under oath. Moreover just as in 'aeU 1.e :______

to that which hangs in the aisles of pullman cars *". of railway trainmen He was the Armed Services we had million more men :: COIfl.CCnfie :;

Wrong With U.S. Males? after 10 pjn.: "Quiet is requested for the benefitof obliged by law to bear arms and than were needed for the war, we' had millions by : ;

., A FOREIGN FLAVOR has been added to those who have retired." i he could be sent to prison for more than enough civilians wasting time and Nl4 thstrallC Ed 1.&.',

rx- the Duke's Mixture Last week. for instance the American Legion evading his duty unless, when he money in those activities which Roosevelt in his ; 'I'l' JL.Cit $ Larson _____
girl. adopted a resolution denouncing Communism-a .felt the draft on the back of his melodious Groton-Harvard Geechee: used to call ;- J3OE PPlicatJMiami ______
When a heiress to $50 million marries convenient _______
it's resolution with which I and most other people neck he made more the "Wah Effawt. at] :

news. heartily concur. But if the founding .fathers had arrangements. Roosevelt must have enjoyed some laughs at me of a r-, _______
And when she marries a foreigner, that had a cope with Communism they would not have Pegler He might make certain ,telephone in my righteous tantrums, at his goons in their iI; o Pl'Zt1OCout |

I makes the men of her homeland sit up resorted merely to resolutions. Not only would I'I calls and become a majoror pietistical concern for the priceless heritage which Flor.SUt .

and wonder what's wrong with them. I they have denounced Communism but they also lieutenant-commander. so lavishly overranked they were guarding for our brave boys and at the :; ----- !::._ _

Doris Duke, whose marital difficultieswith would have written a bill of rights a .substitute that he could not possibly be trusted in action and. Americans as an entire breed for whom he con- \ -

James Cromwell stole headlines the ,I declaration of American Ideals to combat Com- .. therefore, must be given a job as chief clerk or head stantly revealed a supernatural condescension.
world for I munism. of some copy desk in some office in a safe area for Actually)) the fellow was playing a hand of
over months
tries it again. This ., the duration. Or he might contribute to the domestic cards in this war labor situation.He '"' lE'II/
time she marries Porforio Rubirosa ? '- DOES A UTTLE-
handsome Dominican a .I They would have recognized that you can't national campaign fund and. on reexamination was subsidizing the A. F. of L. and the ; _"-__,._..-.0fWltRACTER BUll'Dt GI
Republic, diplomat. fight Communism only with pious pronouncements I be deferred from 1-A to 4-F on account of an C. T_ O. They were his -nolitiral a.uxiUArlpAnd _

Senor Rubirosa has been married twice I and political arm-waving. You have to fight it : unsuspected pinhole in an ear-drum. the source -Of--his campaign; lti'sh-funds--&veral: ----

before. once to the: daughter of the dictatorof with deeds. And we, as a nation can't sit back and I. The veteran actually did his country no favor. years earlier. he had put through the 40-hour ; :.Ioier; ;' ...ri--; ; ; II ;

his homeland complacently enjoy the great fruits Washington. He merely took his turn in the routine. war of his week for them. which meant that any person I: Prize Winner -T J : .. : '.

Here's hoping our poor little rich girl I Jefferson, Hamilton won for us. Wehave to be justas own generation. Most of us encourage the vet- who worked or loafed more than' five days of eight'' ; 0 T

has better luck with her new husband than vigorous just as liberal just as youthful In ; eran to think he should be pelted with petals for hours in a week got a present or bonus of half-pay. _ I I
she did with her first. And here's building on the foundation they have laid. this but he knows better inwardly. It would be for any excess hours. If the time occurred on a i hORIZONTAL 3 Cameroon &
hoping lMt
that the Senor's They pioneered difficult dangerous and ex- just as sensible to praise a civilian for paying his Saturday he got time and a half. On a Sunday he }' I r.cturcti. newstown I4t. t ..
third try will stick. Three citing new frontiers. And sometimes we of the'present i income tax and adorn him with brassy medals for got double-time.: Even if he didn't do a tap of j per r:porter, 4 Horse's gait
wives are about 5 Parent I-F! (
enough for any man. generation conclude that aside from the I distinguished service to the treasury. work any other day of the week he got his over- Fcc er.ck Eras

Meanwhile, American males have red Polar caps no more frontiers remain for us to explore However we are dealing with a condition nota time bonus pay for Saturday and Sunday. The excuse a u Is a Pulit6 7 Russian river

faces. and conquer. I theory. We do to in for a great deal of make- in those early days was there was a job short- zcr Arize_ 8 Abraded' __

believe in our elaborate attitudes toward men age and employers were giving ''some favorite 14Mc: a 9 Pronoun _

Orlando home from the wars.I workers more than their fair share of work. 15 Indolent "Palm genus 29 Watering place 44 Vegetable! --
Sentinel IGRcm3n ruler
Morning Radio ProgramWD.O confess to some guilt because when I was Roosevelt made it expensive for a company to 17 Always ** Flood hero 30 Flap 45 Preposition)

cue I gallantly defending the sacred heritage of Valley discriminate in favor of a good man against a 19 Treaty (Bb.) 31 Constellation 46 Girl's name
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"1.15 00 IT"Ul rarm> .ad Reporter early' ___. NtwvRe.rt.l WWfcW.eVoVWf__. 61,*t On New 3'45 01'tvnin" and(590)Tat P. ivtnr Wblt.*'..(1230)'. Club BUe tvOLtZ" 1or(7 o)Hot Forge on the home front I frequently swung stout lazy and destructive tavern stew with a union 20 Wsale allow12 Accompany 34 Motion picture 47 Pitcher

'30 Southland. Echoes. Reveille New.-Revin.__ Oeorcla rrm News Playboy, __ 4-OO House Party P. Whltm-n Club News .,___ ;'. and fearless blows at the unioneers in the name card. Actually the idea was to make the com-. !j, cnce 13 Copy again 35 Whispers 48 Wen \
I 45 News- ___h_ Morn Meditation Prairie Drifter 4'15 Boose Party __ P. Whittm Club Btudio Party __ of the absent ones as a self-elected guardian of panics!! put more names .on their payrolls so that I 21 Logical 13 Half an em Ability 49 Sacred bull V A
t2 y Patrol N w-M u* Clock New 4:30 Dr Paul -.---- Eddy Dnchla Studio Party '! 26 Pitch 38 Eats away 54 Specific
!:15 Yawn Patrol ::: Musical Clock : Mornlnc* -Devotion _4 45 Alliance Church Tom Ulx :_ Studio Party =:, liberties entrusted to my care.' the unions could clip new hands for initiation fees 22 Nautical call grav-
t 30 Wake Bp;' ., List Mornlnf Devotion. NewT __?____ 8.00 c. Colllngw'd News Melody Theater Studio Party I' As a matter of fact their particular interests at and dues. 'Then Roosevelt's press-agents and :3 Hypothetical 27 Female sheep 42 Covers ity (ab.) __
'":45 New h __. News-Music ,___ '40 Club hh___ S:15 Time Out for Music Terry Pirate Studio Party risk in this situation force 28 Place 43 Toiletry case 5a Credit (ab.)
were no more than and the boss-faker
orators himself would
precious remind
00 CBSN.w. Martin 5:30 Lorn Abner ,_ Hop Harricaa Radio RodeoS -
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t : is Rentr Vafley --- Band of the Day.= :o.Club J :=:::: 45 Dick Hott>New* Medleys Lowell Them**_ : the rights of all the rest of us. It is a further fact those new robots that they owed their jobs to him 24 Reprint (ab.) t It i i't 5 Ii- i I ''r 1<0 r rr
I 30 Renfro Valley -_. Joe Sod la Trio ._ P40 Club 00 New .* Score Fulton Lewi*. Jr. Supper Club that. being 25 Memoranda I I
average Americans themselves. they and his unions. NATJO
A5BresjtaitBr TlUesDjll. Lily Time __ 740 Club _____ 6:15 Lone Ranger Dinner Music __ In the Sportllte! '5 ?
Condition t't
-.M-M.-DiC_.. .,. '...- bN,.* n_ 6:3O Lone Ranier ___. Henry J. Taylor Music for Dining- were no more aware of any impairment of their The unions raked In literally thousands of 1 I ______
"-IS Morning Derotlo Brekfat Cluh IT 740Cluh-""" == J IU: _Root._TToat.Nsws.Bporta Parade .. Clifton Ctley I 32 Dread -
== personality by the Roosevelt Fascist movement millions in fees and dues and r
E..17. Winter no practical I I(. f il fj ..j"
Si2 ? Brsakfe.t 2?" "_..'. wVufT ,-OOann1.Brtca Ne&dlinsldini'klghways In Mel I 33 Equality
J1: Your$8tC.rt 1 !-:.: Brcftkitiit! Qnb __ Wonifto. Wand : 7 15 Pannle Brice ___ Elmer Devi .. Richwav* In Mel than the civilians here at home. unioneer would deny that most of it was stolenor 3 4 Omission ,"II .
FoOO Arthur Godfrey MT a 7 3O Atn. Thin _., sign 10 'J. U II III 1'1. sot
TrB Btory Fred Wtrl] Man Favorit Com Time. Place. Tune The big professional unioneers came back squandered on historic souse parties in the _
10 15 Arthur Godfrey __ 36 Slacken
: $ 45 BUI
toyy. Crocker Fred Wart. _= _! Henry faVOrite Cowpoa.Ttine._Place.. _Tao.
10'30 FashIons ID Mute noisily. They are not only rascals of and : 134$ WI
Betty Crocker ? Jack Beret Show 8.OO'Artbnr*. Place Gabriel Butter The Third None enormous Miami. Havana Atlantic City. officially 39 Exists 'f : 10.4'' "R..n -------- U.team. Post ___ Bandstand ____ 1:11: Arthur Place __ Organ Melodic _0 The Third Horse audacity but superb propagandists. Experience has called conventions. Some of the brothers. being 40 Area 11.'" I
1100 Wendy Warren ___ Tom Breneman New 8.30 PBI in Peace War Tour P.BJ. _,__, Bob* Record Shop ,' ii Jf '-
11:1S Moraine) Melodiea Tom Breuemaa B..dsta."U FBI In Peace. War your P.BL ___-_- Bob_Record_Sfe-P! taught them to hold the average American whether under the spell at home like Roosevelt himselfin 41 River in Egypt F z HI 1Q -
11JO; Helen Trent --_._. Oalen Drake .,_. Bandstand. r soldier or civilian in sneering and to his love-bower had to 44 Skeleton _
11 45 Oar Gal Sunday Ted Mateno-T_! ; 9 00 Pay* Be Ignorant: Meet the Press pob'a Record Shop contempt take their own life- part '
12-00 New .'---_ _- Welcome Traveler' Newar B.autan4>arm_'Rev e.''30 15 Aileea Pay Be Farrell Ignorant.: ._ Th Meet Sheriff the Pres,_ __. Bob Bob's Record Record Shop Shop mock those primitive twitches of instinct which: partners to these debauches. 48 Nimbus'P:;' fQ I
12:15: Na Perkins _u__ Wekeme Treecier. .. : .:45 Alleen Farrell Bherttf-Roll( Can Bobs Record_Shop he calls his Intelligence with pretexts and arguments This was called making it the hard way. But Redact Jot r' }h- 3l'iT
12:30 12'45: Chechr Ouldin Light JVree... Noon Da7 Mweale MaVVa'tbTsuec't-1 iOoo-blwr-ot'Weet, Fights __-__ New and 8nor I that often seem to too far. but I 51 Enough (poet) -=-
braver learned
Checkerboard Jam. Eelbeck Drifter go neveri many fellows as we ,in routine testimony -
10'15 Jack Smith Shew Fight* .____ Hark at Wash a -. "IIF:
1:00: Bl. Slater --_ Bankhage ,_' ,:"Melodic-8k 10'30 Bob Crosby ___ Sport Page _, American Novel(* i i do and apparently never can. in criminal trials were accompanied by moreor 52 Imitated iT k.<,, if. ;:f; :. 1i1{
1:15 Perry Mason Perrell TUM T_! Uetodw 8tetel1ft: 10;45 Dane Orch. ___: Sport Pace American Novel I I11OO I 53 Gorgon '" -
So when I cried out upon the reptilian roguesof less toothsome Cramps who were carried on the '" <41. a .ei ti p.o. ..1 Ii < t :
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2:00: You Asked For It Mania Block John W : Dance Orch Dance Orch. __ Herman Chit son another thousand [fr r ilJ.lU
2.1' You LaZed Per 11 Msrtln Block ShS Claude* ThorahloL 1145: Dance Oreh __.___ Orch-News __n_-_ Pelham Heath_Inn or 19000 loafers and incom- photographers were constantly being knocked Into I Halts r -r I
2'30 I'U Winner Winner Take Tate All All ,. Bride Bride.*. Groom Oroom _..._. Tony pastor Or_ 211o-JIiOe., .__ "Sign Off New. Sign Off .. petents on strike and declaring: that they had to the bass drum or bribed to give up films for making ts.t 5S 1- .
Bunny Bernan 0. 12'15 Dane Orch do this to preserve the beautiful Standard If shots of VERTICAL j
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eminent New Dealers -
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347 Continued High Egg, Poultry Prices Seen

State i Friday, September 5, 1947 QJr1nni\ fSornmg rntrarl Page 9 .
r. 1 ICounty Boards I I I

/ Increase' Eyed Get WarningOn Help to Cities, Counties : Caldwell FormsChildren's !;' Beverage Tax

Federal Highway Route Designation Extended PurchasesTALLAHASSEE !I Receipts Take

TALLAHASSEE [API U. S. Highway Route No. 301 has been By ORMUND POWERS Tops Florida's Expenses Group
:<:->e--d, | to Or'ondo Morr ig Sentinel] [AP) All Of. 'Another Drop
extended from Summerton, S. C. to Tampa. Chmn. Elgin Bayless of
Florida State Road Dept CAMP McQUARRIE Florida Florida Boards of County Com- !
the He said the action long sought announced by Florida jesterday.and Georgia residents poultrymen can expect high prices missioners yesterday were reminded TALLAHASSEE [AP] Aid to counties and cities was'1 TALLAHASSEE FAP1 The Florida i TALLAHASSEE lAP Florid*
for their poultry and eggs for the biggest item in the total disbursements of 163859.320 fromFlorida's Children's Commission authorized alcoholic beverage tax receipts declined -
travelers between follow by Gov. Caldwell that it is -
meant Tampa and Baltimore now may a Prof. J.
six to months.
next eight
single highway route number for their entire trip. Route 301 will C Bell head of the poultry department for them to buy supplies at State Treasury last year. Comp C. M Gay reported by the- 1947 welfare Legislatureto was another $367.820 hut
Florida from of costs of more than $300 under yesterday in a phamphlet on State finances promote month.
-enter Folkston Ga. and follow U. S. Route One to.1 of the University pre- set up yesterday by Gov. Caldwell.
..Callahan. Florida road 200 to Ocala. State roads 25 and 35 to Wild- Georgia told the Sixth Annual rental-purchase agreements without pared for public distribution He appointed to the commission I Beverage Dir. James T. VoceD

wood road 35 to Bushnell and Dade City and State road 39 to Tampa Poultry Institute here yesterday. advertising for competitivebids. The folder's summary of State: 16 members and four ex-officio reported total beer wine and

through. Zephyrhills. : "Meat and eggs will be In good financial operations showed the members provided by the statute liquor tax collections of $1.441.-
demand," he said. "Due to the lie said "It has come to my State started the last fiscal and at the same time designated 541 in August, against $1.809462
"i year
:: '' general high cost of living and attention that it is a practice all} County Juvenile Court judges for the same month a year ago.
'Walking Houses' Hurt! The Woes of Work 'I high cost of red meats poultrywill followed by certain boards of with a balance of $62,138857, took and Joseph Cheney of the State .That was. a drop of 20.33 per cent..
be consumed at a high County Commissioners in the in 181024.284, disbursed $168- parole commission to act as an
JACKSONVILLE Doch FORT MYERS [API Miss For the first two months of
Ie\eL- State to acquire goods suppliesand 859,320 and ended the year on unofficial advisory board.
Francisco, sailor from Aruba, Betty Ellis was working late I this fiscal year. Vocelle said
materials at costs exceeding June 30 with balances totaling
at the First National Bank The high cost of feed and labor a xn The Governor designated Mrs. liquor tax collections were $660.
island off South America $300 under rental-purchase .
an here when she heard noises will necessitate high prices for a $74.303.822.The Ellenhiteside of :Miami as 494 behind the same period Ut
found out here about "houses somewhere in the rear of the poultry and eggs if farmers are to arrangement without advertising total disbursement of $38.- temporary chairman and asked year. ''&j 1
that follow autos down the bUilding. She called police. make a reasonable profit he said. for bids. 833.427 fo. aid to cities and coun- x her- to call an organization meet- t
street. He attempted to walk Three officers arrived post Bell said he doubts that poultry He recalled that Atty. Gen. Tom ties actually went almost entirelyto ing of the new agency. Cigaret tax collections contten-:
between an auto and its haste- and found Cashier and egg prices will go any higher. Watson had ruled such procedure the counties. It was made up Tae: commission which has a I ed to rise however. Vocelle laid
"Feed costs at their violates State and added that principally of $18.679.733 for o.. his department took In $912,"t
trailer and didn't quite makeit. Dwight Lambe working overtime i are now law pay- $50,000 two-year appropriation '
last month from the four
Francisco recovered consciousness also, on GI terminal peak. At the present price of feed "this letter is addressed to each ment of county school' teachers W.''1 conduct research in juvenile levy of
.' later. leave bonds. and the price of poultry the farmer board of county commissioners in and 11591.448 for county road p, ,'hi!.'ms, check the operations cents on each standard package.
A. A- should be making a fair mar- this State so that there will be building-both pent under strict oi State child welfare laws and That was $133,085 above collections -
gin of profit. no violations of the law in this State supervision made recommendations for of August. 1946-an increase

Everglades Canal Work Project Permits RevokedWEST Bell said that from his observation standing." Other major disbursement!, c';ac'.s. sponsor local activities of 15.66 per cent.

PALM BEACH I API The Everglades drainage district yes- there is a good op- I were $35.138603 for welfare for youth betterment and co-or-

_terday revoked all permits issued prior to July I, 1946. for cutting into portunity for more poultry and I, S31.302.855 for highways. $14.- eral mate and juvenile local agencies.The work of .State Fed- State Investigator
eggs to be produced In Florida Phone Service I 484.842 for higher education and r
drainage canals for bridges over canals and all other projects aftera than are produced now. 56:50,961 for general govern I 16 members named by Gov. Ordered To Study
Broward County delegation protest which declared that one individual '. Efficiency of gain production I ment. 5vs Cad' ell include Mrs. Whiteside.
by authority of a five-year-old permit recently made two care and feeding must be the aim Mrs Eldridge Hart of Winter Prison Road Camp
openings in the South New River Canal to alleviate flood conditions.The 'of Florida poultrymen Dr. J. Probes The State received $137.2 3.149 Park. Jay Pridham of West Palm
delegation contended that instead of reducing the flood, water Holmes Martin head of the poul- OpenedTALLAHASSEE from State taxation $26353241 Bea"h Mrs Fred May of Quincy. TALLAHASSEE UPI A State
try department at Perdue University from aid and donations- mostly Earl Simmons of Plant City. Mrs.L. .
from a much larger area flowed into the canal through these cuts investigator was sent yesterday to
"and created a worse condition. Lamar Johnson chief engineer of the Layafette, Ind., told the in- UPI Investi- Federal grants $6.372.846 from CLARENCE M. GAY J. McCaffrey of Miami, Lincoln Prison Road Camp 37 near Pan-
said stitute. miscellaneous revenue and Incidental : traces spending C. Bogue of st. Petersburg, Mrs. ama City to make a complete
,Everglades drainage district the cancelled permits include all "Feed cost dozen broilers gation of telephone service and fund receipts from such
per S'.bl1 Griffin of Tampa Dixie
which specified conditions have not been complied with. rates In four Florida communitieswas study of conditions at the camp
in must be held down he
'I said. things as operation! of revenuer I I Beggs of Pensacola. the Rev. Paul
.. : scene of several recent prisoner
J., ..L "Flocks must be culled closely, and undertaken yesterday by the >"Txl"Hn: agencies! and sprn'P'!. Smothers Plans Speech : Carpenter of Orlando. Mrs. Margaret 1
Railroad and Public Utilities
i mortality must be reduced by good State 8138.710 in such non-recurring
Bristol' of Tallahassee Mar-
Wedded Bliss Wins Power Leaves Miami Commission.The WASHINGTON [ API Rep : Agriculture Com. Nathan Mayo
:sanitation and hj genie practicesnow receiots" as sale of investmentsand cus C. Fasg of Jacksonville, Ar-
PANAMA CITY API] Child- MIAMI [API Screen Actor I more so than ever. commission opened bearIngs lands and transfer of unem- Smathers ID-Fla 1 said yesterdayhe thur G. Dozier of Marianna, Jere ordered the survey after State
:i "Keep only well-bred stock, In will address a Democratic party Sen. Carl Gray blasted the State'sjpenal
Fort oomnensatlon fund
Myers requestsfor
less couples usually have an Tyrone Power and six com- on nloyment ; Stambaueht of Bartow and Paul
'_ easier time finding housing rut *= -. than those with children. panions left Miami yesterday haring! nutrition at a high County Telephone Co. 916.337 in retirement fund contributions i- Smathers then plans to return to IIe also issued commissioners as !' manner.
aboard Power's DC-3 plane en I\'el." North Carolina where he has said he visited the Pan-
Such Is not the case with On Sept. 11-12. Commission Investigators by employes es-officio members to Colin English -
., apartments in the Federal a three-month tour of South John Hamann marketing apecia'ist .' will appear in Madisonand The tax cf seven cents on each been vacationing, before going to State school superintendent; ama City Road Camp and was insulted

Public Housing projects here. America and Africa. Their with the USDA Productionand Tallahassee to hear com- gallon of gasoline was the heaviest Miami_ Sept. 12. ------ Dr. Wilson T. Sowder. State health by Camp Capt. James
'. Priorities go to military personnel first stop was to be San Juan, Dallas Marketing Administration. plaints that service and facilities revenue producer. It yielded! $38.- i office; Leland W. Hiatt. State Buchanan. Road Dept.. Chm.
;. and veterans and when Puerto Rico. Power said he that gave a demonstration to. tin the two Southeastern Tele- 976414. The alcoholic beverage 715. licenses $19,434948 and un- welfare commissioner and William Elgin Bayless said Gray's charges
the yhave children would seek ideas prove properly-killed chick. contributions Steitz. chairman of the State had been "all Ironed out" and that
: they get new story ens' last longer and sell better phone Co. exchanges are inadequate tax brought in $21,399,316 ciga- employment compensation I'
in I
first preference. and picture locations. the market i and inefficient. Irettes $11.436294 racing $14.680.-I $12,6734154. '1 I Crippled Children's Commission. he "welcomed an investigation.

.,Jp Poultry should be properly bled I
: and stuck and scalded for 60 to 90
Schoolhouse Shortage Strikes Escambia County seconds at a of 123- .
'. PENSACOLA AP] Pupils are lucky if they have a schoolhousein 130 degrees he temperature said. If this Is Rutland's Campus Compass sets you on the right course for the right clothes at the country's leading colleges.

Escambia this year. Returning to school this week youngsters are I done the bird will retain its "live"
'being taught in churches recreation buildings and other temporary qualities until it reaches the con-

shelters while officials push construction of needed school houses. sumer."High temperatures used In

Warrenton, pupils are attending school under the double scalding definitely destroys the
session plane one group In the morning and another in the afternoon. l.kin and reduces desirable features -
Children of Naval personnel are attending classes in a converted and keeping quality. Improper -
building at the air station taking some load off town schools. methods are penalized bya
drop in grade"
4 Norman R. Mehrhof. head of I

Riddle Divorced Robbery Try Fails the poultry division. University:
of Florida presided at yelter-
f MIAMI API Mrs. Grace C. MIAMI [API] Mrs. Elsie day's session. M. W. Emmel.
'f Riddle yesterday was granted Camm about 40, reported to Glenn Van Ness and D. C. Gilles 0
a divorce from John Paul police last night that two conducted a disease panel. .

t Riddle Inter-American College young men entered her apartment Homer I. Huntington!: general .-.'. .'; "
u on grounds of cruelty. Circuit bound and gagged her manager of the PENB. Chicago. '.. ., <" t.... e
4 Judge Charles A. Carroll ac- and then searched her rooms 1 spoke on publicizing foods, and J.
; ; cepted the report of a special but failed to find any money. H. Nichols of the A. & p. Co., Mgr
t -: master who heard testimony Mrs. Camm said the men i Jacksonville discussed merchandising :
-"m the action. It was uncon- forced their way in when she I poultry products. The revised -
j if tested. answered a "telegram" calL poultry and egg laws were ,
i discussed by Phil S. Taylor State ,

Beach Protected I Car 'Stalls' Provided I i I Department of Agriculture. .r.

MIAMI-crandon Park on Key (Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel I 1! W. J. Barker 'Returns 1

Biscayne, set to open formallywith I MIAMI-Special curb stones In From Scout Parley 7 I f ,

the Tequesta Festival Nov. the 5,000-car parking area at
t (Special to Orlando Morning, Sentinel]
8-11,1$ the only bathing beach In Crandon Park on Key Biscayne MOUNT DORA
I William J.
the Miami area protected by anational will provide motorists with indi- : Barker of Mount Dora returned iI

safety factor. An offshore I vidual "stalls. The single-auto yesterday! from the Boy Scout

feet breaking heavy seas prevents units assure drivers ample room i, World Jamboree for peace in

the danger usually found J I I for opening of car doors and guard I France. Barker was\ Jamboree r.
Scoutmaster for the Central FlorIda I
in a pounding surf or a strong II IItmdertow. ]II against the usual bent fender> boys who. attended the Jam- '
I hazards. ''boree.

Slot-Machine Insurance Balked {i1w w j -111lf---.- H Iz

: TALLAHASSEE [API A plan to .dispense trip casualty Insurance to [' ively life insurance' to the
Bell life Insurance policies from travelers on an experimental basisin j' masse, covering f -*n for life

Coin-operated vending machinesIn I New York transportation terminals insurance only for a short period ,.
Florida yesterday was rejectedby of time such as one week, on
Ed Larson. State treasurer and Larson said. a non-medical basis," he told
Insurance commissioner. Florida law would prohibit their Larson. r ""1 "" If'5 *
Larson said he had denied the, I use for sale of fire and casualty Larson said "It Is my belief
application of Paul Sanborn of insurance because policies of that that there should be a representatiVf' w /
Miami and New York on behalf type must be countersigned per '1! of a company who is a duly % .
t of a syndicate interested in I serially by a licensed agent However licensed agent to solicit the life .
,t operating the machines through- Sanborn said in his applica- insurance business and deliver the
.cot Florida. tion he had no intention of using I policy 'so the purchaser can seethe / / /
Such machines now are used to the devices for casualty InsuranceIn I I type of contract he is getting / I

Florida. I and ask questions about the type .
INDUSTRIAL "Our plan Is to Insure eulusI of service he can expect" S

Kiwanis Convention Alabamans SentencedIn ,

ENGINEREPAIR Delegates Selected I Jax Theft Attempt

SERVICEFactory [Special to Orlando Mom>ng Sentinel] ,, JACKSONVILLE [ AP ] John :
I and Robert Spencer brothers of
T A V ARE S-Pres. Karl Leh- :..
Trained Mechanics !1! Montgomery. Ala. were sentence I IThe
Ovnnlnt Continental Part mann Vice-Pres. Prank Banning, .
\ i to 15 years In the State Penitentiary -

EfP" dig and Sec. Ralph Adams have been 1 i yesterday when they pleaded i

I II named delegates from the local I guilty to breaking and entering :

I II I Kiwanis Club to the district con- I charges.

vention at West Palm Beach in i The sentence was imposed by

October. Alternates are County Judge L. Edwin Jones In the
3.alp heavy soled moccasin-type shoes
.>t.NaK w uo.woo,a Judge A. S. Herlong Jr. R. E. Nor- j Criminal Court of Record. The ,

I ris and J. M, Lowry. I I men were arrested'In the act. of !
breaking into a safe of an auto
I agency here Sept. 15 after a you'll need on wherever
Specify Thru Your Architect and Contractor : neighbor who noticed them enter- campus

AIR-ALUM ;:: ing the building about midnight "
notified police. J
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SOUTHEAST STEEL SAES CO. Lauderdale Fla. 1580 kilocycles quality, style and down-to-earth price. .
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EARL -: By BOB HAYES I| Herman Keiser Imposter, Not Marquard, Got Sympathy Nat

HAICI. When genial Bill Summers, the veteran AmerkanLeague I j NEW YORK [rAP Richard S Bowery Wednesday and accused of 5-4

W umpire who conducted the Florida State League'sexperimental :i I Five-Hit I [Rubel Marquard, one-time New 1 i loitering, replied "yes" when Mag- '-

umpire school here last Spring, left here he j I York Giants' pitching star. yesterday istrate Charles Murphy asked
expressed the opinion that his school would be a real success Blasts 66 1 I termed an imposter a man arrested him: Cha

if four or five of the staff he selected stuck throughthe 3-0 VictoryNEW a '1 a disorderly here Wednesday conduct charge night who on S 'Rube"Aren't?' you the famous On Infield ErrorWASHINGTON .

entireseason. pretended to be the famous south- The man told Murphy he had I !

By Summers' yardstick the school was a real success. paw and won a judge's sympathy. no money and the magistrate TAP Third

Umpire-in-Chlef Allan Mobley.\ Eddie Boell. Hank Winston. YORK [API Little Vie For Denver Lead i Reached by telephone at hisS handed him $5. wished him luck Baseman Bill Johnson Get

Ross Bclbeek. Larry. Lavely and Kerry Davis all went straight Lombardi.! a Giant killer from way Haddonfield N. J.. home. Mar- and dismissed the charge. Yes- Inning
through from start to finish. back. defeated New York for the I quard said "it was a dreadful mis- terday Murphy said: I bobble of a pop fly cost the New

After the umpiring debacles of 1946. that in itself Is a remarkable llth time in 12 starts over a DENVER (UP1) Herman Keiser take." "Anybody who could tell a York Yankees a 5-4 defeat by the NEW

, three-season span last night witha the burly blaster from Abron. Marquard said he now was story as good as that and convince Washington Nationals here last figuredthe
feat. five-hit 2-0 victory that boosted working at the Garden StateS the court is entitled to the Naships :I
umpire all FSL fans will have to! Ohio literally roared through the night after the Yankees had tcl
Although nobody loves an the Brooklyn Dodgers National Track at Camden and had been $5. The experience was worth produced

my admit that the umpiring standards this year were considerably higher I League lead to six and a half field yesterday and posted a five- employed for 17 years at racetracks more than $5 to me." S a four-run rally off Walter of the

than last season's. I games over the idle St. Louis Car- under-par 66 to take a commanding i Maryland, Florida and Marquard. set a record of win- Masterson\. to tie the score in the three Ca|

Summers' work with his student-umpires Is the one big factor I',, dinals. lead in the first round of the New Jersey.A ning 19 consecutive games in 1912 seventh inning. bat g

'contributing to the umpiring improvement. lie worked like a Turk man booked as Richard Mar- which still stands in modern basebalL 1 crown.
Jackie Robinson's first-inning $15.000 Denver Open Golf Tour- Joe Page who replaced rookie
;wlth those attending his school. And his efforts most certainly bore double off Andy Hansen followedby I z n nament. S quard.- one of 18 arrested in the !i Vic Raschi in the seventh wu Kranrl

fruit. For the league it was a cheap experiment. The American Pete Reiser's single and Arky : Dr. Cary Middlecoff of Mem- j I II dealt his seventh defeat after pion 100 line: df

League paid Summers' salary. Umpire-students paid living expenses. i Vaughan's force of Reiser at second VIC LOMBARDI! i phis Tenn.. a late finisher in the 1 I I I Johnson fumbled Eddie Yost's pop

Bill Summers did another important piece of work that helped 1 base added up to an early ,, still the master. dusk. posted a 68 for second place, Mississippi Banks Heavily On fly starting Washington's seventh. pe 14BuS W

and Brook score. and then came George Payton of Buddy Lewis sacrificed and Yost
rita the situation. too. He bluntly told league officials team managers -- of Euamcl :
where their responsibility started and stopped in regard to umpiring. That slender lead was the difference :S Hampton Va., and Skip Alexan- to Pool CombinationOXFORD moved to third in a.. wild pitch : ; \i.
in duel between der of N. C. Conerly after Tom McBride fanned.
a tight Lexington with 69s. Mickey
There no arguing that Dick McLaughlin and his 1946 staff of the c-;: |
t Lombardi, who has won nine of 11 Reds couse were Amateur J. L. Koen- Vernon walked but StanSpence's
umpires got. the support from the league they were entitled to. ;; since the All-Star game. and Han- Thump nwker of Denver. Ben Hogan of Miss. [UP] Chunking Charley Conerly and single to center scored she "castompe ,.,

ti' >- 1: sen. a non-winner this season. I'j I Hershey.- Pa.. Andy Mills of bruising Barney Poole stood out yesterday as spearheads of a Yost before Jerry Priddy poppedto of Be';cMiami :

/-- League Pres. Syd Herlonr has already written both Pres. Will Pee Wee Reese returning to the Kansas City, Dutch Harrison of small, power-packed University of Mississippi eleven that Johnson.Joe aj

Harridge of the American League and Summers about staging a lineup for the first time since i York PaRod Munday of
Pirates 7-4 will bhttle 10 foes with a sparkling aerial circus and a smoothi DiMargio launched NewYork's Jca. TI
:similar but somewhat enlarged umpire school here again in the Aug. 23 when he was sidelined ;: Sylvania Ohio John Palmer of
seventh her la
I S Badin i Ground: attack this FalL inning rally with
with spike wound made it 2-0 with j N. C.. and Bobby Locke I
:'Spring.The his 11th homer of the year into : of Johannesburg. South Africa. Already slated for a post season:!:- a home run blast into the left- KrarrJbe
proposal under consideration includes tentative plans for I i PITTSBURGH lAP A of I : I field bleachers for his 18th of
'I pair '
the left field stands in the seventh'inning. Their 70s were tied for fourth affair in Memphis to top off a II Idle'tennls
feoldinr a "zone" minor league umpire school here. home runs by shortstop Eddie Miller place. Ray Gatch Injured the season. f j
I(I (grueling schedule the Rebels ap- .1'.1'I ,
There are four minor league circuits in this particular zone of ,
. Three rousing double plays that sparked Cincinnati's 10-hit at- Sammy Snead was the hard I peared primed to score touchdowns I Priddy's single with the bases lions 5
ctI baseball The Class C Florida-International League and the Class D ran the Dodger total to 150 for''; tack yesterday as the Reds defeated luck guy of the firing. He was t and lots of them in light- Hobbs Drops Out !loaded scored Yost and Lewis to Jake drj
Florida State League. Georgia-Florida League and the Alabama StateLeague. : the season pulled Lombardi! out of 1 three under par when he landed I ning-like moves through the shoot the Nats into a 2-0 lead round 11
I the Pittsburgh Pirates 75. in the lake twice I' f against Raschi in the first inning. heads thl
trouble in the late innings assuring I and then-two- ozone. In a nutshel, head coach At GainesvilleGAINESVILLE
.*"* The FSL proposal at the moment roughly. Is that all four' him of his 11th win of the The Bucs took an early lead- in putted for good measure to get an i Johnny Vaught explained it 'I Spence's double after Lewis had starts pi I

I leagues would send their holdover umpires here for Summers'school. year. |I! the game on homers by Wally eight on the par-three 12th. He .i would be "Conerly te Poole." 1 {ItT The University singled and Vernon walked in the Fcurtrtem
I BROOKLYN 151] NEW YORK INIaIrN.al ] .1 wound up with 72 for the day.BravesWhip of Florida Gators i fifth boosted Washington's advantage -
Vaught 1932 Ail-American put on
In" addition any other individual interested in umpiring-up to a Westlake and Dixie Howell. but a I to 40.Masterson in th{
maximum Of about 40 the class to be selected from applications .nn.It) S 0 f Rllm..1It s. S If'Robia.l. guard at Texas Christian University I pads for the first time yesterdayand Play I
men. I .. 1 1 I 1\\........... 4 S IS' I six-run uprising for the Reds in admires the freewheeling I : who limited the orFrankie
fMeived-would be included. Staffs for the four leagues would be Rir.dW3I22eTh.n.d4ss3sVai.han.1f4' j''the third put them anead for aerial attack characterizedby I whipped through a lengthy Yankees to eight hits registered II
selected by Summers rather recommended- by him. after the : I3PMiw.Ib f. 171- I session of and :: his 11th victory. Tom Bras [
{ or blocking tackling
Furillo.d'' I "W.e S. f 1 I IW..rf keeps. The visitors batted completely the Horned Frogs' Sammy ,
I Ia school Is over. i ,. 4 SI 3 IIIY..II.rf. I S 1 IJISL3b : around and knocked the Baugh and Davey O'Brien a few drills followed by 90 minutes of i iI NEW YOIIII. r".1: (AI WAiNIUTOIl 014,556 11 v Drab)

I > The school would be held In conjunction with Joe Stripp's )4.arJ.. : : : ; 2k.d.It.i : : : ; ; I I Pirates' starting pitcher- Mel Luckless Phils I years after his departure. lie I rough scrimmage. Third string SA.u.lm.2b1 I I I l1Y.3It f I I S 1H..ritiI.rf GeoffreyUICVEJ

I Baseball which would enable Summers to train the arbiters I 1 2 Hann.p I 2 out of the box. has the material to mold such I I: 4 I 1 I lILrW..rf. 36115LIa4eII.W
School. .L'bdI.p: : : : CIb, Ia.b.d1:; 1 : ; : : j Queen I I end Ray Gatch of Eustis, who suffered 4 5 5 J eftIpyts. ... 3 5 5 5 5 1
under actual game conditions. I i I.KI.nan . Harry Gumbert. who relieved 6-5 I an attack. Dil'.cf S I I f SgMoRdde.w' I. 5 1 5
.. By CountBOSTON | a dislocated shoulder was ,YC'QIIIDa.I'' I 1 2 \.1. I 1 1 5 5
I I I a .
The proposal marks a step forward on the part of minor league j .. 1..10. Ed Lively in the last of the third Conerly All-Southern half-back WI ...310 ell 1 11"_.'" 15115 1897, it w [

baseball. It stands a good chance of materializing. later on if not' TMali 33 1 17 51| Total ; t 31711i ''I' after the Pirates had scored a rAP Spotting the 'last year will be finishing up at 1| the However.only casualty.Coach Ray Wolf got a i|: 1AI1.r.e._.... I 35 S S I S. "ttl')C.>hlclJ.1tI_: .. 4 45525HmaLc 5 1 t 1R. able oppo.I
i a-8uulr the winning mounds- !1 Oxford. And pre-season indications Miss foci
run. was Phillies 55555
five- SSSICFtseU.S
this next Spring. b-Kan for E. Lrmbatdl In MR.Brouklvn runs the Boston blow in the middle of the line
!*: (MM 1fl-2 man. Braves scored- two runs in each of !i are that he may better his 'when Harry Hobbs. two-year let- nuaut. 4 5 I I 11".a.- 5 1 4 1R.dd.9 was the si
> Tort ," aoa N.e-s activities of last lMsat..nap4SISlFlapp and the
rw triple-threat year Ito
Sanford right now Is littlnatl&ht on a smart baseball! move.j I Error: Mil.: Run. battrd InVaiwhao, B<*'.. : CINCINNATI (NI) l PITTSBURGH aI.rI.aaWIR'LCf.If .INIaI.rI.aat ; three successive innings to edge I(when he completed 65 of 124 aerials terman at center announced he i 5 5 SIPtChzIilmts. 55555aS'y bow in I

I A deal Is in process through which Dir. Carl Hubbell of the New ,' Two bit Ed.ba...",kits... :BOOM Robu.Knr.RPB. Doabla Thrra play has : 5 S 1 OK'oi.M 5 S S I 3 i, the seventh place Philadelphia i I tossed for 609 yards punted would not return to school this j' 115151hR.o.s 55555. sideUnesPRI: 1
:i ran: : ZntaraZU S t I I 3In ,* U.<1'' 4Hatton.Sb 5 II 4 S ( club 6-5 before 18,125 paid fans. Fall. 1r4"t.... 1''eI.t'btIIt.
York Giants farm system would concentrate Giant farm talent Inc llw and Kerr: Jorznum M Blank Bobin. times for 42.8
56 yard
( a average
9 1 t 1 4Giutln.31| > 3 IGalan.lf 5 I ..
aon: Rme Plank to Rnhmson: Knr. RirnT (11 IKimr.lf 4 II 5 1 S The Phils! clubbed Bill VoiseUe.i 223 in 85 --S- _____
and netted
one big training camp at Sanford's now defunct Naval Air Station. to Cooper to Lnhrke. Rnhtnson and R*.s*. yards sweeps I I -
Haax.lk 4 1 I1 IIGrwib'g.lb. 3 5 1 9 1 i who was after his sixth in succes- Totala 15. $14 W$ Tntate S3 I If It T
: The plans of the Giants include the building of six or eight j l:l Vm on bam. BronklTn.. :Nw' Tork. 4. Baml i I I.ukon.rf. 4 5 1 S IHWrulake.rf, 4 1 I I I I sion. from the in :' on the ground. Poole's feats are RENEWED i .--Ia. for omnaon la 7,14.brued .
ball V. Lombard a Hanwn Koslo 1. game the
on : a. open- JERSEY N. J. IAP1
\ottnmxf' S S I > 111 4 SIAmInn.e better known. His All-Amer-I CITY. Mgr.
even I Raarhl In Tta.
baseball diamonds on the Naval Air Station grounds, the use of > Strike out.: by Hansrn X V. Lombard. 4. RIta i I cot for
: .
-J : I I| 4 1 1 7 f Wt.Im.,2bS S S IS ing inning when they put togethera iran performances at West Point I I, Tommy Thomas of the Baltimore eStruckIsse Book .. 515.dF00504 .
.' Sanford's Municipal Park and the Giants taking over the Sanford : (orr Han n rial inninga.;. Kodo. 1.. In 1. Mill.) ..... 4111 SIHovvlle 1 I I 5U'.Iy.p single, three doubles ad an in- S t. PlAId for Cbs In ttk.
IxKini: pitrhrr. Rannrn. ITmpirra: : HrBlln ptP.art i with the all-conquering Cadets Orioles announced yesterday his 1 .
1111 1. S a a
III.SaI..ld| _
I tn 1(14.
,1' Celery Feds as a farm club on a five-year minimum basis. : 4..%03 and MaiFrkartB. Tim': 1:54.: Attendance: :G.b." ,t.p I. t s .IQ....... t. S a S I I tentional walk for four runs. They are legendary in the land of the International League Club has renewed !\.. Ran Tort:for__ alaaraa. _.___11III"" Ut-4 S
,I Major league clubs with extensive farm holdings are as has :, paid. I IHeath's i I I |IK..hrp. 1 I II added their fifth run in the third Delta. He more than fills the shoesof its working agreement with j Wah1ngto.' .__.__.Jt! .311 lSi-.
[ IbRlkard 51555 I ... ....
In Prid
LI'W' Johnma. B. :
"been the contention here for some time. definitely moving toward the : I _____! i j on one hit which came after- a his brother Ray, who finally the Cleveland Indians of the .. ume X. Spenro: 3. DiM: ...t.. __ ......

f'$ime when they can concentrate all their farm talent in one train-i! Homer Totala Grailifted S" T out 1*S11j for Hovrll Totals. la 3 9h.b I ..5 7 17 IJ !1 S walk, a sacrifice ad a fielder's 'packed off a sheepskin. ''
;\lng center. Just as the Giants are now planning. : i -waikrd,. for Bagbr. IB *tb.Cincinnati .. .. choice. 1 Vaught is having his first stab I I 1 New Tork 7: Washington. it. Baaa aa kalla:
< 505 515-7 I in complete charge. Line mentor : Emeld .. Ilaataraon >. Paa t Hnka aow:
That' what the Pittsburgh Pirates had In mind when they i nfWburgb" 1131 SItS Itfl- I' The Tribe bounced back with Drew last he : Baton Rouge. Nov. 8, Tennessee at Ma_.enon I. Jtarchl S. Paso 1. BIb aft: Raadn
1 Red
I .. dickered with the City of Orlando last Spring. Neither the Piratesnor Error*: Ci..... .Blnodworth.' Barton 3. Ruts two runs in the fourth added under year Memphis: Nov. 15, Chattanooga at'' 7 tn 4: Pate 3 in L Wild pitcnm: Muter.OB. -
b."*<-<1 Inwmlakr.. Howrlt !. Miller J. Baum moved up when Drew took over at PIWL Ix in. pot_: Paa* tfmatna: J_
Orlando have given up on the idea, either. I Tigers bnl'" .......... LamanBO 1. G..a""" ... Giutine.Three .. r two in the fifth and scored Alabama.'I'wenty. 1|Oxford; Nov. 29. Mississippi State M_.... Griera and KeKttley.: :TImeS 141.Attendanra .
Trips base hit*: U"l*. Baumholu. Hone ."a.: [I twice more in the sixth to end S Starkville. : 15. M.
And this Sanford proposition. if it goes through. tat
as present signs 1 "...1..... HowrlL. Mil>.r .1.. Stolen baw C"OL the run making for the night J eight lettermen arei
Indicate. will eventually set the pattern for the majors. IXrabl play. ('Si to toletrlmana to lirrrebrrg.' grinding through twin-drills of
I Loft on ba ra: Cinrlnnatl 7. nmbunj HOB i
or Si
Johnson third Boston
Its a smart very smart. move on the part of Sanford. And who I i DETROIT TAP] Jeff Heath's balK" : Baabjr 3. Utely'" I, nambrn 3. Htrikout. .. rock-pile caliber each day. A i
knows? homer of the two- .: Ll.vlr. X GuaibMt 4. Hll. off: Qiirr. 3 hurler was credited with the victory rounds
I Maybe the New York Giants will be training at Sanford before ,,,25th season. a horde of young hopefuls
In I molar asv. T IB 7 inning. U'eI. 5 his fifth
: ; while Al Jurisich. I
many: years go by. It's a lead-pipe cinch that Central Florida run smash into the upper right In 1 1-1 Inninn: Gum"" ". a I* S 1-3 nainn. out the rest of the squad of more
offers the best in training climate. 'field stands after Johnny Bera- WInning 1Ii,uhoiGumbotL' Login pitrhrr. : I second Phil Flinger was charged I than 60 candidates. BEST BET
dino had'walked in the first inning Clt..*.. Tniplm. : Barr. Ionian and Jonla. Time: with his sixth loss. Teamed in the backfield with ; '
-- 1.11. Attendant': 301
j Harry Walker made one of the
was all ypung Fred Sanford i Conerly will be Field General
of the St. Louis Browns needed outstanding catches of the season

I' one-hand tremendous drive by
all singles-to beat the Detroit a the smartest quarterbacks! in -

.Tigers, 2 to 1. Earl Torgeson.- Walker banged Ole Miss annals; at the other i FOR THE VETI'
Season Ticket Sales Announced 1 I Sanford. winning a pitching In 10th 4-2 into the fence in deep right center S half will be either Farley Salmon -

,duel with Freddie Hutchinson. j, 390 feet- from the plate. and : or Jerry Tiblier. At fullback -

The Orlando High School pigskin aspirants-numbering nursed a four-hit shutout into the I''I CLEVELAND [LAP A ninth-in- fell flat on his back but held the will be either 'Bama Jenkins
i ninth when the Tigers scored I ining I S ball.
60 homer by Cleveland Pinch- or Clayton Blount.
strong-romped through a long two hour and 30 minute
'their only run. an unearned one. hitter Hank Ruszkowski forced I PHilADElPHIA (NI BOSTON IN1 I
conditioning drill yesterday at Greater Orlando Stadium with ion Vern Stephens boot a stolen sbrha.l, .5,14.5 The high-stepping Conerly will
the Chicago White Sox into an 1sPae.. f 1 I 1 7IRol-.rf( 4 1 I 1 S1tPdlap1t shoulder the burden of both run- I
Head Coach Paul O'Neil, Sam Porter, newly arrived backfield base by Walter (Hoot Evers and extra inning last night before I. II S PIHt'vp.E. I 1 1 2 I ning and passing attacks-but he .

coach, and Cub Mentor Ed Waite supervising the session. ,I Hutchinson's second hit of the : Ralph Hodgin sandwiched a dou- w.'k.-e( f.4122I.Ro-II.1f 5 1 111\1 )('("'..".11 :J sIlasFean1tIf S 1 S S 'should have plenty of help.
.. game. a single that caromed off ble between two singles for the 'pnot'.o1'' I 1 5 I ttEU.tt.lb, S I I S SB.mlnkke 'i
Porter arrived In Orlando early Sanford's shins Into left field. I 5ITsrge'n.1b 2 2 14 IS.h.ed.1h The line is stout and experi *
key blow in a two-run rally that : : ; : :
Tuesday after driving all night II Until then the Tigers had advanced : I 2IR.5, S 1 1 4 enced. Poole is formidable at one
I beat the Tribe 4-2 in the tenth.A ; lI.M-4 I ::1 1 3I'u1l.rm' 41223v..rs.alb : and letterman ;
from New York and has gone all Joe Louis Eyes just one man as far as crowd of 14,693 saw the Indiana I I 5, S sirameilLe' 3 S 1 4 IthIh.t I flank Everett:
third and only three others as far "% I. S S IIIToI.II' S S 5 I I 1 Harper is to be posted at the other.
out to his efforts to aid O'Neil in their last night contest n....... 3555111.anfvmal.PIIIS3! >Bill Erickson and Jimmy Clark. a
as second.ST. ........-..... I. a I 1. I S S
pick up lost ground following his Ole TandbergAs LOUIS [A 1 DETROIT fAlaNtI. i I here. The victory went to South- I..Iudd.p 1' S a a !J'ho.mi.p S S S S 1I' I pair of crushing huskies loom at
lack of I ast UrN atDfflIgr.b paw Ed Lopat as his 14th against 1"1: ,' I 1 tackles; Phil Poole I cousin of
coaching aid earlier in the I 4 a 1 a :IL.k.. S a a s s !! 11 setbacks, while Bob Lemon was I' I Rarm.... 1' 11 Jimmy .
and Leathery
4 i Barney
Zarill..d'.1t a a J "1114"' 1' a a a
workouts. He was an all-around : Possible Foe IIf'r'dlao.1It' S 1 1 1 IY..1It f. I 3 II [ the loser. T.4slI. -----1 IS S 951151 Totl Jl -3.-I-It -J7-Iiaefl".s Crawford stack up as first-string :
athlete at Texas A & M where he I H..I'.1f fl. I tIW.PLIt. f. I I scattered nine hits and out. 'M Voelmn. Ie 515.bFiled .. guards and burley Dave Bridges.
Lopat ,
I..ba..d a a I \h.III".rf:
4 S S 3 a .
starred as a halfback on Coach BUFFALO IAP If Sweden'sOle "t.pIw.L. I S J 11..iU.. 2 a a 1 1J'.d.wb.lb in the 10th. with the tying run c.- !' out ant for for laPmnte. Laafranmal. In ttn.Crounded in 4:5.4Dmahled I veteran campaigner will be at the '
Homer Norton's famed "aerial I S a 111 IIE..d'' I 1 5 Seo1.maa..f I .. I II
( Jnhn IB fib.Philadelphia
second fanned Hank Ed- or center spot.
circus" teams of 1940-41. Tanberg can stay off the canvas I 4 a I a St'ipb4pp.1b" f S I f II on base. 4''1 505 *0 -SR
until next .I ,.arT.e: a S S I Waxnr.e| a S S 5 I1 wardsand Pat Seerey- for the O'Neil expects a turnout approximating June says Heavyweight Sanford.p a l'HVbin.-a... 4 a 1IbOutUw J I final two outs. Cleveland's other Run. batted 1 In: Sriralti !. Handler 1. Totmxm. '-I the Rebels as a whole appear
t asaa ..... T.MrTarmirk I
100 boys In the Champion Joe Louis fuller ::11. RovelL M MKermlrk.
near in the third when Dale with surprises. Their schedule -
-----1 ----- run came Tuo lu.. klt! rVhulti. Handler.Nminirk. i i laden
v future and has scheduled the there's a chance that a Louis- Tloals a* a T3T II| Totala 33 1 33714a I Mitchell tripled and scored onSeerey's .. talker.'' Hopp. Elliott. ..._ut. T.Mrlonnirk as usual is heavy:
flnt scrimmage for 10 Sat- I -Popprd out for Lake IB Pth. .. M. MrComiH-k.. Stolen' ba es: Walk '
a.m. Tandberg meeting might. be ar- I-Ran for HutrbiasoB IB MB.M. I fly.CHICAGO S er. rnller.. SacrificesRnnmtct.. ramrnL Ikt'abI.LalIfliste j Sept. 20, Kentucky at Oxford;
urday. ___._ .
Lout lilt 4140 CMI-SI : (A1 CLEVELAND tlak .
pI.r.: I. Ternan to Pchulii: rnller' taR Florida at Jacksonville:
i ranged. I ..__ S Sept. 27.
Drtratt' etS) MO MI-1I r k a'Totala abrh.aK441o.7.25 ..
The backs and ends > to Torceoxn. Loft on base: rhlladelphiai. '
were sent Krrar: trphraa.. Rum battrd la: Hratb. I. f 1 I 1 iIYitc..tt.d. 5 1 I I aIStd.nJf .' S. Ba. hall X. Vol- : Oct. 4. South Carolina at Mem-
IVMon fff Jtidd
Answering questions about ra M> ( :
| pos-
through a series of Intricate pass- Hutchan... Tvo haw bit.. >: Brrardiao.' Oolrman.' 5 1 1 I .1.A..rd..1I f. S I a *ele! 1. Lanfranenni 1. Smelt 1. Btnke. out: 'phis: Oct. 11, Vanderbilt at Nashville -
sible title Horn run' : Rrath. 8..... bax: F...... Sarhiailr*: Wri.lat.rf 4523 1I-.e.t 15115 ..
lag maneuvers beneath the critical -: contenders the Brown hi Virtcrlle. 1. John-Kin 1. Barrett X Hits off: Oct. 18 Tulane at New Orleans .
BaDford. Dmiblo Rarardino to 8tphrnato 'Y.I" 4 I S I 4 5 I I 5l'hnlroef ;
plan: S.R.uda-e.u.a ...
j R' 1* In 4 1-1 Inninm. Jurtvh X In I "InnIRI. -
eye of Porter. | Bomber drawled: Jodnich: )MIT to Lake... to ruDrnbin.; Haimrt f 1 If'" K..IU.. ....::" 4 aa4I .r Judd X I. X X.I lanin..... Yolvlle. 4 In X.3innimr. I ; Oct. 25, Arkansas at Memphis k-7IY *
Meanwhile it K.II to Man to KrII:. Hutrhuuon to Liar WaIla.a.m4S 1 IICont..Zb. 127 .. .... I If
announced at
by "Well. far I Lanfranenni 3 In 3 I.' .nl. InhnsmX No.1. Louisiana State
Ren as as can see there'snobody to CuHrnhinr. Lrft on ba r>: Rt. Loui I: Do- R..SIa. 4 S 1 1 S .,....iDa.l.. 2 I a 111 av.0.5s : I. I Barrett I In Wild ; t [
Galbreath. president _hininlt" 3_inninca. _
of the I I trait a. Ka ;a oa ba .: off ftanront S. Hmrbia-. f. I' .,IaR'mekonht", 1 1 I S S .... -- --- idffpj:
much around now. I hearthey're i Iltrft: judo winning p01twaJolla'' LU51S
Orlando High School Athletic i aon i. Htnk auto: bY Sanford !. Hutchinmn j 41sIts.., 41215IMkod.-b.5550a11! p rkr: Jurbrh.. mpim: Guts rtnrlll. and f ,
i Ole 4. I'mpirea: 8_... Rue and r.... Ua. Tune: IH..ua.e. f' 1 34I.mut.p Had
Assn. that season tickets for OHS ( bringing Tandbergover : Robb. Ttm: X:IS. Attndanre: 1I.15X paid. The Finest To Be

games are now on sale for Greater from Sweden. He's the boy 11 "- S 15557IKtman.p S S 1 SIItIIackmtt PAINTING : t i : : .:

'Orlando Stadium bond holders j who beat Joe Baksl. If he can 1:4S.Gene Roberts InjuredIn I .. l'. 1 S S ; Post Office Takes AUTO iL I kL1d&bj1'i&
and will be i' \ "for that NEW CAR LOOK"SAM
open to the general keep standing up in the ring until 37 4IX S;,| Total" 37 t 3tH J ::
public Monday. Ducats are now next June maybe I'll fight him." All-Star Tussle Homered for Firming. in ath I Class 'C' OpenerThe JONES r f
on sale for the I b-8in led for KUeman in lAth ... .1
bond SHOP ..
holders at I FAINT AND BODY .t
NEW YORK rAP) Gene Roberts rhlcam Ml Ml 500 X-4I Post Office Class C soft- ;\ ,. )
Newell and Jefferson 'fJ1 :,
Electric I S.W. Cor. Garland .
Co. _
on E. Pine Cleveland "'1 5415 with Saturday the deadline for former little All-America |I Erron: : BoucI..'..... -,,l'f'7.' KcoIl_. Runt ballers opened their series for the Phone WS8 & }''l..th'. 7',
Chilean Star back from Chattanooga University. I hatted In: H right. Bakrr.. Seen. Rmeku.t.kt.HsdgIt. city championship with a 7-4 decision -
their purchase. Tickets going on I suffered a dislocated right elbow 'i Phil),',. '1'0ba... hn: Seerer.. Horlirin.Tbm over Bumby Hardware at i : I
Mle Monday will also be available haw bit: MitrbrlL Home run: BoMko-
&Johnson's Men's in Wednesday's Eastern All Star- S .*... .......fteN: Edvarda. hollo.aT. Don Weplan 1 Exposition Park in a well-played 'J.j
Shop. Prices GetsRollinsScholarship .
New York Giant football game and : Boudrean t* Gordon; Boudrean. M Cordon colorful game last night. Seals FREE
tare set at $8 for the six home I S to Fleming. Loft on banes: Chiraco' 3. Cleveland' PENCIL ,
games. will be lost to the National League I I; T. Basel on balla: Local 1. Lemon 4. Strike handled the victors' mound duties ,frsM LH 1.Ti
Club for at least three weeks, I est: Lopat 7. Lemon X. Hita j sit Lrnon. 11 InI with Voorhees behind the plate. With Purchase of Any
t .
| The OHS 1947 football schedule: 1.': K_. Ini X 3. LoMnit pitrnrr: Lemon.Frnpliea the I .,.
team physician. Dr. Francis J. Shaddix and Stone formed Binder i
School Ring
j Sept. 25--Lee i : : Brrrr.' Wearer and Hubbard. Tune:
Jacksonville: 1 here. Sweeney. said yesterday.PHILADELPHIA I X."'. Anendanc. : If.UL Bumby combination.
Oct. J-Plant City here. NEW YORK UP] Ricardo Bal-I I __ __ O'NEAL BRANCH CO.

{ Oct. 10-Plant Tampa there. biers. young Chilean tennis star Office Supplim Cor. Pin Court

Oct. 17 Jackson [MiamI) there. :whose mannerisms on the court I

t Oct. 24-St. Petersburg there. | closely resemble Jack Kramer's, Mack Lauds McCahan's Feat $
Oct.*fc 31-Hillsborough here. Tampa[ been received awarded word this a.scholarship week he had at I J>ent ttl= tar

i! !Kov. 7-West Palm Beach here, -, Rollins College Winter Park Fla. !I rAP Connie ter one than rookie Bill McCahan ged him in congratulation.Connie .

Nov. 14-Jefferson [Tampa here. He will compete in the National Mack who has seen quite a few hurled for the couldn't recall how many MOVES MERCHANDISEI I

I Nov. Clearwater here. Tennis Tournament at Forest no-hitters in his 63 years as man- Philadelphia'Athletics ---- no-hitters he has seen in almosta .

Nov. 27-Lakeland there. )Hills. I I ager and player never saw a bet- against: lifetime filled with baseball. But -'" 1 m: gAverage --n, i----i.' I Ii i. V1

the Washington'Nationals. he recalled Joe Bush and Chief ,
: Daily Circulation pc
-I- f -u1 Bender Sand "Oh. yes. there was Past 6 Months-42,993 I I

"And it wasBill's that guy Fowler. He hurled a I 11 II SHORT-LONG A95 .
pitching "
pretty good game for me. I
WRESTLING the way. said $3795 10 L1
the grand old| IS- Dick Fowler pitched his ENLARGED FACILITIESTo : .
'' ter against the St. Louis no-hit-\ ; .
man of baseball. I Serve Tea Better
yesterday. "li -: on Sept. 9, 1945. Bush In Our New Location.S3 SIZES 34 to 50 ,

: AMERICAN LEGION HOME never called: a] trick against Cleveland Alexander Place SUMMER AND FALL SUITS
S Genuine resilient front
fOI 1916. and Bender set the Indians ORLANDOTRANSFER
single pitch
Sponsored by Post 19-American down without and chest piece.
Legion him. In fact a blow May 12.
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f MAIN EVENT I on the bench. Every time Bill Louis the victim. I! Bridle taped and felled.
and gImpS
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I Erect Breast pocket stayed and locked in. a

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I Friday, September 5, 1947 rlanUn .tll ming snlmtl Page 11 1 6.

I DeLand Evens Jimmy Laedeke Enters Faster r| Ketcher Bests j I

National TennisChampionships h&T; r Circles on Monday's Ring CardYoung

Series at One Bevil Saints
Jimmy Laedeke is going to get a crack at faster i ;

company next Monday night.
Promoter Doug Barnes last night announced that Laedeke I

Game Apiece would be matched against Paul Bustamante, the upandcoming Here Tonight t

Tampa flyweight, in. the semi-final match on the Lee i WINDWARD

Get Underway *' (Soe1: I to Or'c: .,>do ,V_m -g -tnell, sSala-Joey; Hagen card Monday at Br, BOB HAYES d I PUERTO
\ the Legion Arena.
I 1 ,
DELAND-The DeLand Red i> ;01 S'SC 'r': t. ]
g : Standings Laedeke who has been bowl- I '
NEW: YORK UPI Jack Kramer Hats evened the score here last ine over opponents with machinelike I : RICAN .
f Saint Augustine Saints baggedthe ;
figured last night on the eve of r r i night with the Gainesville G Men regularity of late and of their first-

the National Tennis Championships 1 1.Ii In the Shaughnessy playoff by I FLORID STATE LEAGUE Bustamante will clash in a six- round opening Florida game State League RUM
to breeze home in defenseof IShaughnassy Playoffs] round bout.Bustamante.
Shaughnessey playoff series with
winning 3 to 2 behind the five hit
the men's singles title with Results Yesterday is considered as the the Orlando Senators here last

three Californians and a Floridian pitching of Juan Perez. .I St. Augustine 3. ORLANDO 2 leading flyweight scrapper in the night taking a 3-2 decision before -

battling it out for the women's Perez whiffed seven and issued St. Augustine leads 1 game to State. He hasn't lost a fight since a turnout of 2,353 fans. :
six bases ort! balls to best Walter
crown. I, 01.DeLand coming to Tampa from Cuba several Crafty pitching and error-mar- i4.5
Kramer the Wimbledon cham- Biles who allowed but six safeties 3, Gainesville 2 (Teams months ago. I red defensive play highlighted doLd,

pion, dwarfed a men's field of ',with only one of these over the tied at 1 game each]. Barnes announced another six- the game.
100 lined up for elimination !' I last five frames. Today's Games round go and said that still an- i i OT.
I Tony Vega with single and Jim Ketcher big Indian: right ,
petition at Forest Hills Sept. 5 to a; 'I St. Augustine at ORLANDO. other six-rounder and a four-
14. But while Margaret Osborne j, -" # double was the offensive star for DeLand at Gainesville round bout would complete the hander turned in a brilliant
two-hit performance. while I
the locals and drove across two of card.
of San the Francisco 64 was top seeded : .4f ', the runs. Gene Ciolek also had a I AMERICAN LEAGUE Blondy Bag ett, .131-pound Skipper Lou Betil of the Sena- : 5 YEAR
among women shooting for
I single and double and scored a Team W L Pet GB xGTP Tampan i and Phil Orr. Winter tors gave up but four hits himself -
the crown by Pauline Betz
T i run as Juan Perez was thrown out I New York 85 48 .639 21 ,Park slugger: clash in the second ) in the one hour. and 35
she was expected to receive tough ,
ball to second. I six-round tussle. minute contest. STAIGHTKENTUCKY
competition from Louise Broughof on ground Boston 71 58 .550 12 25

Beverly Hills, Doris Hart of .,. I A near capacity crowd of 1.627 i Detroit 71 61 .538 131 2 22 Barnes said that ring! side Both Ketcher and Bevil worked

Miami and Mrs. Pat Todd of La fans was in the stands to watch Cleveland 67 63 .515 16'2 21 prices for Monday mjhts card carefullY and hurled heady ball _

Jolla. They were seeded behind I I r 'the Red Hats even the series at Phila'phia 66 65 .504 18 25 would be advanced to $1.50, but the full distance. Seven errors

her in that order. I : :- '<'. I:one all. Chicago 62 70 .'70 22z! 21 that the general admission afIeld. However by the tense teams I BOURBON
:,: < made the stack sloppilyand
GAINESVILLE I DELANO I Wash'gton 56 75 .427 28 23 tickets would remain at $1. game up
Kramer and Miss-Osborne will ,:. aa r NMa aa r NNaJ.bn.n.ef > '. "It's made the runs cheap. Six of
:: : St. Louis 47 85 .356 37 22 costing us a lot of moneyto l/CI0
:I" 5 1 Skull" rf 4 lIt. 2 wf
be idle the <.L the in the :
as strongest postwar errors figured directly
xGames to bring Sala here. He's the
R.a2b 5. I 1 SIN.AekL. 1 1 1 T t play.
tennis field representing 17 nations i-- ; Burke.30 l"1 n<<.,If 4. I 1 S I Results Yesterday ,Southern middleweight champion scoring. It was an error in the 4 39 'm
swings into action. Big Tkocperf 4 1 J .|'T..a.".. 45242 eighth inning, after Orlando had ::rx
you know, and it takes to
AD ;: Hoal.IT I 1 1 I .'AIM. .30 4551 I St. Louis 2, Detroit 1. more
Jake drew one of the 28 first ,y kA2 .o. .F :f Fatoo.ll. 4 S 11* 1 M.Prra.Ik I S T I Washington 5. New York 4 bring a man of his calibre plus a'' just; knotted the count a two-all, *'.
round byes and Miss Osborne :. (. : ., I IrOur Mortal.u 1 1 4 rioRk.M, > 1 1 I 4Hulan.a [night]. suitable opponent. That's whywere that decided the game. With two 4-5 QT. -'- :-
I' t 1 llHaepptrlf 2 5 1 1 p2
heads the lower half draw which down and the slow-footed Ket-
Bile 9 2. 5 12 II Pem.p J' 5 5 1 Chicago 4. Cleveland 2 [10 innings having to hike our ringside
starts play Saturday. aLrlphart 1..1| night price" he explained. cher parked on second in the last
-----I ----- of the eighth, Mgr Don Andersonof
Fourteen of the 24 seeded players -[ OATI Staff Photo: Barnes I Totali 32 2 5 24 12' Tatato !T 3 *!T II [Only games scheduled.] UJiUTHREE
*-LI..4 t* amnd for Rilft la ttb. j jGainwllla I the Saints singled to short left
in the men's division were to BIG GUNS IN GATOR PLANS: Doug Belden, left, the T.forma.i '!' .!* I OtIfeLand Today's Games Britain Plans John Garrison fielded the ball
play day < 111 M* 81'-1 Probable pitchers [ and lost
opening including won
Frankie Parker Gardnar I tion quarterback and passing star of the Gators, is shown here,|, Err,.r.: Juhmna. Sloan. Aim RUM batted in cleanly and fired *t the plate as
Mullow games parenthesis :
Ia: Mnnaa. fcatoo: Vrga 2. J. Pnvx. Try ha. the Saint moundsman rounded
Tom Brown. Billy Talbert, Jaro- running interference for Joe Michaels, Ocala sophomore rated !! tilts: T.la ("I"'''. Statea ba
slav Drobny and Dinny Pails and II as a potential ball-carrying star for the Florida eleven this'; Prm.to Rma Double ta. Eaton plan:: Aim Eaton. ta ta M.Uorxia.Hurka IVm.; -Wensloff [3-0] vs.Hudson (6-9). plate. Bewas standing some 15 I

Geoffrey Brown; of Australia. I year. Belden last year connected on 44 of 92 aerials for total Loft on Baw.: Gainrsrillt *. DrLand .. Baa Boston at Philadelphia [night] !I feet from the plate along the STAR:
balla off B .. 5. J fm Strike auuby
oo : 5. :
: -Harris [52)5.. Marchildon Games
) gains of 521 yards and he ran with the ball 120 times for 518 i Bllra 1. J Pens 7. Impirr: Borll. Darts Olympic third base line, as if to cut off
JACK [16-8 1
I Wbulon and Taylor Tine of game: 15. the throw. Catcher Red Abreu at FRENCH '
UNIVERSITY. Miss. Back In more yards. Michael, who arrived in Gatorville unheralded, .Cleveland at Chicago [mghtl LONDON r API Great Britainis the plate, apparently figuring the

1897 it wasn't a lineup of formid- saw action in the Auburn game only but has blossomed out as a Fetes Gettel [9-8] vs. Paplsh [111-101. going ahead with her plans to throw would be cut off didn't go .

able opposition that jarred the Ole > bright prospect since last Fall, I Leesburg ;, Only games scheduled. stage the 1948 Olympics despite after the ball. Neither did Bevil. COGNAC
Miss football team. Yellow fever i NATIONAL LEAGUE editorial criticism by Lord Bever-I And Ketcher scored the game-
was the grim reaper in those days I : brook's Evening Standard, and the clincher. :
and the Red and Blue was forcedto EVENTS RAINED OUT I! program at the Indiana State Fair Baseball Squad other by the Chicago Olympic The Senators in the top of

bow in Its favor, going to the INDIANAPOLIS IAP1 Yester- .1 was called off because a heavy 'i .. ,.. Team W L Pet. GB Gtp committee to take the games out the eighth scored their second 4 80
( [Soe-ml to Orb .:a ,'rr 13 S i!;neM Brooklyn 83 50 .624. 21 Qt.
sidelines for full '
a season day's grand circuit harness racing I track. 1 of her hands, an official of the and tied the for
.1 LEESBURG A few baseball (St. Louis ... 75 55 .577 6>i 24 1 committee said run up game I I _
I fans of Leesburg tendered the annual I[Boston 74 60 .552 9 '2 21 ; organizing yester the second time on a pair of

1 banquet to the Leesburg ; New York 66 63 .512 15 25 I dayChicago Saint; Augustine errors. Abreu
Baseball Club at Hills Hovel Tues- was promptedby walked with one down stole
Cincinnati 64 72 471 20'2' 18
the editorial in Tuesday's Eve- I 6 YR. BOTJNBOND
second and continued on to
day evening. Judge A. Sydney Chicago 58 73 443 24 23 ning Standard which urged Brit-
when Shortstop Godfrey Labda
Herlong former president of the Philadelphia 54 77 .412 28 23
ain to turn over the to
SCHWOBILT SUPER-VALUE games another missed the throw from the plate.
Leesburg Baseball Assn. and cur-
Pittsburgh 54 78 .409 281? 23 I nation because she could not
Bevil scored Abreu with a high
rent president of Florida State 5 Games to play. II
( afford the labor and
money bounder toward second gaining
Baseball League served as masterof
j Results lesterdayI BOURBON.9545QT.H.
I to act host
necessary as nation in
ceremonies. ft:e initial bag on Kristie's! errors -
I Cincinnati 7, Pittsburgh 5. I 1 her present economic circum- .
I Members of the club enjoying St. Louis at =
Chicago ppd., rain. stances. 4 ;
Saints opened scoring in
the steak dinner included Jay Brooklyn 2. New York file .
j 0 (night The official hinted that the organizing the second when Bevil temporarilylost
I Stebbins, selected as the most
Boston 6. u
Philadelphia 5 [night TToday's committee, which is his control touch walking 1
member of the team this
Clothes Games known to have the backing of at three men to load the bases. Lab- ..
Ready-to-Wear and Mgr. Bill Good Bill
: year Zeleznock Dave Bell. Paul Gorm- j Probable pitchers [won and lost least two cabinet ministers, would da's fly to rightfield scored Bob : I games in parenthesis: make an official reply to the Evening but doubleplay
: a snappy
ish, Jim Hemngton Joe Maseda
Brooklyn at New York-King standard and
| would reiterate j
thereafter thwarted further run-
You have never seen their equal-you have never seen so much for the priceso I Charles Smart. Dee [Moose! Salter [6-3] or Haugstad [0-0 vs. Jansen : its view that Britain is in good j, making. j LONDON
; Jim Gleason, Charley Ridge-
(1741.Philadelphia. shape to put on the Olympics, and
much and much Without the way Sam .Amoriello Bill Hall I, Orlando squared the count at :
style so tailoring. question outstanding i R;!id Lamly and Al Grunwald. at Boston [night that foreign athletes would get : one-all in the sixth. Bevil gained I DRY GIN

t values of the clothing industry. Never have any moderately priced clothes Ofg: ;ests were Mrs. Lillian D. : -Jurisich (1-5J vs. Barrett (11- .a warm welcome from the thousands i first by forcufg Abreu, who had i
: 101 or Sain (18-91. of Britons who have
promised walked second. Craig Lybrand'stwo
Vc'mith, official! I
i i been so outstanding in their superiority and their popularity as SCHWOBILT i, and: her son T-Sgt Harold D- Only games scheduled to support the games. base smack down the leftfield 2.98 4-5 Qt.
f I VicKers-Smith, E. R. Ruben Williamson INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE I foul line-the only extra base
a.- CLOTHES. are today. i announcer, and Mrs. Wil- T... W L Fal-ITa. W L Pot.1.1 : Mount Dora Eleven ,i blow of the game-moved Bevil to
\ .
: -
52I7.11T/Rrhtr! M 1$ < '
i liamson: W. R. Battle, club secre- Jannr CIV '1'* .1311"...rI< *1 M .413Manila ? third, from whence he scored on HOLLOWAY'SBLACK:
tary: Ernest Hux bus driver; Earl M n ..544f0.Itla.3: M .fButtala Starts 'V/ork I a wild pitch. ,
;; Heavy
Raft batboy and Liz Canaday It 74 SajlTorant: fZ g| .413i I The Saints went back. into the .
I i fnult Ymtartfay .' ., ,' c 'lead in their half of the sixth -
grounds keeper. I J., .Je I. Toram I. [ pe: nt-C r -T T :r'i i
It t BtlUawra I. 3..,., Tltr t. MOUNT DORA-Coach Floyd : thanks to a bit of daredevil run-
1i I Jerry Silverman Wins I I Montreal Hrrarwa I'.i N. Bockaitar rm 1. I.L Jaegars of the Mount Dora High' ning by Anderson. The Ancient
PRICED TO FIT. first with
i SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE football team has wound up conditioning i City skipped was on one I LABEL
when John Pawlick lifted a
4. Fed Batting Trophy ; Taan W L Pct.Taaai| W I Pet work and is now ready I
tohuntma M i' IMIrranTtUa Tl 72 .( 7nurlntua for rough scrimmage drills in'' high pop foul back at the grand- !
i I SA."iFORD-Kiwanians heard a 00 II .S4'l:Marat .*.! 445 I preparation for the team's stand screen. Abreu made a neat WHISKEY
YOUR BUDGET ".'annaJ I, opening.game
review of the Sanford Celery Feds It MJUarkMarilla! M M 441Auiuat but Ander-
catch of the ,
77 M .S3tH/ "olumNa. 55 tl J.7Maaaltt with St. James High at Or- I
1: i of the Florida State League 'on Yattarlayr lando Sept. 19.Twentyfoar. son broke for second after the GaB
I Wednesday given by Julian Sten- I' <*i *la T, Charlmoa S. catch. Abreu's long throw to sec- :
Nana <. Jariuoiniia 4. gridders are now
.,$" Strom WTRR sports broadcaster, I I A....... I. Oram II. 4lotinbua the ond cleared Second Baseman JoeJustices
'. on squad working out under
J :' I'I 4L when Jerry Silverman, popular II. II........ .. head and went on Into
Jaegars 'and his
outfielder and ut:lity man receivedthe assistant Rusty
centerfield where Mike Ippolitolet 3.69
trophy of Zeb Ratliff and the AMERICAN Rnalti ASSOCIATION yavliyt..iil Jones. Practice opened Sept. 1. the ball roll throw his leg and r
$26.95 Celery City Printing Company for l* *, Colnaital X.IndlanapolH On the squad are Jimmy Vincent into the pasture. Anderson
7. Tirt *. 1. Fred Darkow. Wilbur deep I
: ,
leading in
I batting.Whelchels scored on the brace of mIsplays. 4-5 QT.
< Frank Keller William Stevens C.
1! SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION The Senators meet the Saints I
I T... W L Pet!T.... W L Pet L. Keen, Ross Dutton, Roy Button '
in the second of the seriesat
VictoriousIn : Mobil. U :M (11 Atla.na T2 ". 4.M Morris Williams L. G ; game
New (5-1..., tl 34 .6l BlmlnxhaB 7a 7 I .4 1Vaihrftl Simp : 8 p.m. today at Tinker Fieldin
: $29.95 K Father-Son Tourney .. 11 71 3'; \I......... 11 A2.41. son. Clyde Mosteller Verdual Orlando Benl has nominated
A ',&".tt..... n 7J .17I' t ma| Knelt 43 1M JMnulti -. Hamlin. W. L. Harriett Billy La- :
: winner
-I! t', c.= t'nol] YaitaNay lanky Joe Jones a 13-game 1..95::
J George Keene Donald
I It to ark S AU.n' 4n who has authorized six
SANFORD Hugh Whelcheland )1'- ".1U 1*. Bi n.,wham t sett Buddy White, George Tread-
Hugh Whelchel Jr., were the ('......_. *. Mobile 4. well, Morris !i shutouts this season to handle
Pollard Herbert Wen-
of the father and .s". 0.1.... .. ;Nash.!lla L the mound chores tonight as
$32.95t winners son golf ham
t Pinkney Turner Junior
e j matches held on Sunday at the I FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Hutchinson and Thomas and Roy the Solons attempt to even up 4 YR. BLENDED
the series.
Seminole : VartaraajrMnt
Country Club Mgr.
1 yip' Ne ,.r e.r ;i Clvde: Terwilliger advised yesteer- AU athar Palm. (iran Bet.! ppd.(. Ft.. rasa Laodndala .. Ledford. i Anderson win send Big Johnny' WHISKEY

J, Et' day. They competed against John Theobold the hard-hitting combi-
4 ''. $35.95SPORT Pierce. senior and junior of Day- Turnesa Quits Meet I nation pitcher-outfielder obtained ]

: tona Beach and won the 18 hole_ Mead, Kronowitz WHITE PLAINS N. Y. (API in late season from Palatka !

match only after a hard fight. Willie Turnesa present holder of. against the Senators. Theoboldhas THERE'S ALWAYS
| Meet in Garden the British amateur golf title said I won three and lost one with I
i SOME: S\STEM-\XV\VAY" I yesterday he had withdrawn from ; the Saints.

a UNIVERSITY. Miss. \- Johnny NEW YORK (AP) Pete Mead of the U. S. amateur scheduled for ; ORLANDO. I n. AUGU371NE.5rNMS ..r.. .. j a
Vaught -wondering" what sys- Grand Rapids, Mich., and Herbie the Pebble Beach course at Del 1 1Uodr.9 I II1ab'Sm.lb
1.rbr.nd.u 0
COATS tem the Kentucky 'Cats will deploy Kronowitz of Brooklyn, both middleweights Monte. Cakr, Sept. 8-13. Tur- : 15 : SA.d'rw.ib;t : ; I 14Rnu.l.nf I A /
are scheduled for 10 4 5 2 SI,P0Ikk.o 4 5 5 1
with here Sept 20 when theygo nesa, an official of a fire extin- Gal 1.o..K t 5 1 1 .'Be0.SJf I 1 1 J
against his Ole Miss Rebs. Last rounds in the Madison Square guisher company, said he would be )I.:SL15 J I I 31lhrpo1 year Tucky opened with the Tennessee Garden ring tongiht with the win- unable to compete because of business JuHM.lb 1 5 5 1 KrWtI..D 2551$ .1 .

: brand went Into the Notre ner to get a possible shot at Mar- reasons. I 1-1..4 A........ 1 a 1 5 5 S 5 1 rLda.u 2'GuM.g.' a I.5 5 I 2 1 .
$15.95. I Dame variety after the half and cel Cerdan of Paris sometime this BotU.. I 1 54i&_.. 2 I..3 5 TAT
1 utilized a bit of the 'T' throughout. Fall or Winter. III
I Break Fatal to Horse Ta1l. ;; 2 124 Tetall ;; 14 2113o.1as55
'i The Frenchman returned to this __ ._ 504 551 11523t
country this week after a brief j JERSEY CITY. N. J. [AP The A..I_ '18"1 ...-. W1iiiyyCIGARETTES
i his race horse. My Helena, owned by F......, Atom Z. Krlatia X. laaoltla." Lakda.GarriaML .
visit to homeland.
Baaa ba tad 1.: ........ 11< t 7p Mrs. H. A. Boyle of Charleston.W. I T.. kaM kit: Lrkraad. Malm kaaatBraaaaa.
I 9 CHISOX GET LUPIEN I Va.. was killed yesterday whenit ..- amrira: iH D*<*..iAadanoa .. .
TROUSERS ta Jvir la KrlMla: Lfttaod w Jtui
: CHICAGO (AP] The Chicago broke loose from its stall in a i.. KoMnaoB; Maaalaf* la JuMtra la Babnuaa
White Sox yesterday announced van being driven from Atlantic !Left an kaaaa: Orlanrla !. f>b "' ....,.. 4. Bataakalli 1 ALL POPULAR
r : aft BOTH T. he,rkar 2. Knark aal by j
purchase of First Baseman Tony City to Belmont Park and Jumped : Bern 1. KXckar WII atlrti: Katrkar
Lupien from the Hollywood Stars to the street as the van was mov- I pln: _....... La'.t>. Lwaar and lavMajr 1'1 BRANDS
of the Pacific Coast for af .aaM: I33.Gerken:.
$6.95 $7.95 $8.95 League ing along a depressed highway

t cash and unspecified- -players. I here. I I Most Valuable I 1-6"

\ i In American Association

Possible Match Race Looms '
I COLUMBUS Ohio tAPl Steve 0r
1 Values like these are the keynote of SCHWOBILT CLOTHES' success a Gerkin, Minneapolis righthanded c PER.

painstaking effort to produce the best values available for men this Fall. : As Stock Car Feature Event I i number relief hurler.of pitching record appearances holder for the in,' CARTOtL.-,

I I Stock car fans today were impatiently awaiting Sunday's one season was named yesterday:
as the American Assn most valu-
I. I four-event.card at the Florida Livestock Exposition grounds able player of 1947. i BEER INCANS

E7c't aPl C'Jtp I' and the possibility of a match race between Paul Sanborpof Pres. Frank C. Lane said the 30-

THE BEST DRESSED MEN WEAR 5' OpLE Orlando, and Bill Snowden of St. Augustine. year-old perpetual motion pitcher I

Sanborn and Snowden both won heat races in the rainedout was chosen by the closest vote in 17c
years of the American Assn. Base j
program of two weeks ball Writers Chapter. Don Lang .

I with daring displays of 'with the championship events Columbus, and Cliff Mapes of i I

driving on the half mile track. :scheduled to be started at 2 p.m. Kansas City trailed the Min- 3.95 Case oE 24 .

I Sanborn's time was faster agOI Admission will be $1.25. neapolis player Lane said.

some five seconds but fans

I ed out that Snowden's trial

t tIi C L n T H F S Jfl&. U.L fAT.l7fF.I I slowed by an accident on the east FOR SALE i

1 turn when Tom Moon of Marietta aveOrlando

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'N ( M:1iA'a: The skeeter heat and featured

I Ii A GREAT NAME IN CLOTHING i I If. A ,D ..I. A' 'NI 20-lap race took .n a glowing I I SPECIAI

I : outlook yesterday with several I LUXE RUNABOUTA i iLLfl
new entries expected to filed
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Stock car officials said the exposition -

track was being readiedfor Contact Archie SmithAt -; .
the races and that the course

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Amateur ContestTo i Fridjy, September 5, 1947 Orlanftn' iflornuiQ Jrrnthtfl Page 13 II I having it lost stolen or misplaced.



R 11 THIS BIG AMATEUR CONTEST-FILL OUT Spark Event Be Closed Today We visit Invite our you new Jo OF OWt-ANOO
State Citrus PostFred
Member Federal Reserve Member FDJ.C.
Persons who will be away Tues- DISPLAY ROOM System

w PEDRICK.RADIO STATION WDBO. ORLANDO .Orlando's city-wide annual Fan P. Lawrence son of Mr. day during the referendum elec- Slade-Booth Show Case Co. E. Robinson at Court St. Dial 7141
will be held I and Mrs. E. S. Lawrence Gotha tion on Orange County tonsolida-
style event,
has been named acting citri-cul- tion bills have their last chance 123 W. Central Phone Z427I
ENTRY BLANK AMATEUR Sept. 19, will again feature an
turist with the State Agricultural today to cast absentee : allots.
amateur contest which is expectedto
Extension Service succeeding E. F. Last night 58 such ballots had
FALL STYLE PREVIEW EVENT-SEPT. 19 attract the best non-profes- DeBusk who retired June 30. been cast in.he county judge'soffice
sional talent in Central
After growing up on a Florida on the third floor of the
ELIMINATION CONTESTS-SEPT. 17 Cash prizes totaling $300 are I grove and graduating from theUniersity court house.
offered the six winning contest-
of Florida Lawrence
The finalists will compete at ; BRAND NEW
ants. served with the Farmers' Home The Mt. Van Hoevenberg bob

TYPE ACT: 9 p-in. on be Sept.erected 19 at on Court a special and ,I, Administration since 1934 with sled run at Lake Placid N. Y., is
stage to four years out for service in the the only one of its kind in the
Wall Sts. The finals will be held
IF MTJSICAI -LIST OF SELECTIONS immediately following the tradi- i rfavy. iU. S.

tional "III indow-lighting ceremonies I ---. -.. ., '. '. .. .... ,. ... ,;t. '... '
ACCOMPANIST (NEEDED NOT NEEDED1 band parade and concert. "
Elimination contests for the

amateurs will be held at Memorial -
Junior High School Auditorium -

on the night: of Sept.
ADDRESS 17 at which time the six finalists -

,.,, will be selected.A .
--- prize of $100 will be awardedto

Ebert's Trailer Rentals the winning act $75 to second fElOO/DB
County ilRUiS'SY $
[Orange I place $50 to third place and $25

LUGGAGE & UTILITY Court Records to each of the other finalists.
\I Marriage Applications. Entry blanks will be printed toJACKSONVILLET
HOUR-DAY-WEEK i George Ellsworth Thlbo
- Corner Garland & Colonial Dr. i OAAB.tekpbone and operator.Sarah Wmter Elizabeth Park Coins. 26 I, the Orlando Evening Star 90 Mins. $7.15 Above price is for motor and installation]

TELEPHONE 924S I I James Theron Jones. 20. dry cleaning, and the Sunday Sentinel-Star.
,! Winter Garden and Sarah Louise Hors- Amateurs desiring to enter this
ley. 18. bookkeeper. Winter Garden. I TALLAHASSEE a aj .
Peter Zareone. 59. butcher. 432'i S. contest may fill out one of these I I I
r- Rugher. and Emma Elizabeth Krone. '75 blanks and mail it to Jack Ped- IMMEDIATE INSTALLATION

I' 319 Gain E. Church.Eueene Pratt. 28. advertising. 413 I rick,chairman of the contest committee j 2 Hours $13.60 r .

S. Rosalind ana Rrva Jeanette Copeland. Radio Station WDBO, Or-
25. nurse. 2210 De Pauw St. I lando. I SMALL DOWN PAYMENT-LOW MONTHLY TERMS I
t Daniel Deneff. 27. Marine Corps Sanford to GAINESVILLE r
and Thelma Carter. 21 nurse, :;;an-
ford Saw and Loan Assn mil $8750. I
I Tomas Edward Wlnslow, 23. cab dri Donald.L. Dudley et al to J. F. Greeneet 51 Mins. S5.60ALL '
I er. Route 2. Box 208. and Florence Edna ux lim.Hubbard
JfIY Uosley I Jr- 27. South St.. Trailer Park. f Cons Co. to Langston Cons Co. FARES PLUS TAX
? I Jeff Norris Clack. 21, fireman 522 Sun- j! ,.d $10.
wet Dr., and Dorothea Mildred Tidd. 20. Glen L. Bullington et nx to J. A. Bul-
Airmail Air
Witter Park. Hnston ct ux wd $10. ; Passengers Express Orlando Fletcher Motors Inc.
nO4 Gerald Woodson Ayers. 19. iceman Wini i i J. A. Bulhngton et ux to J. A. Maddoxet
ter Garden, and Hilda Virginia Davis. 19.stenographer. j ux wd $5 50. ; For All Air Travel Reservations
Winter Garden. City of Winter Garden to J. Curtis Brittet

NEW YORK Julia E. Ratledge Suit. in Chancery vs. George T. Rut-! J..ux Curtis spl. wd Bntt S10OO.et ux to Fir Nat BankW. I 1020 N. Orange Ave. Phone 2.4541
Garden mtc 13000.Ell@
ledce divorce.
Suits in Common Law I i Douglas Jaeger et al to Minnie PHONE 4597 or 4235 f' .
HAVANAJACKSONVILLE damages Sidney $8OO.Berman TS. Aicerta: Pat Fuller II I Birk S. B.Jaexer Hill Jr.whitehouse et ux to fled Edward 1. H. Mac- i _: --:- __, ::- -. :..tt".J: : : _- _' .f"
Menamay -.d 10.
County Judge's
( Hattie II. Dunn, ltfortfor letters --"
> testamentaryestate of Paul W. Dunn.
1 Blanche C. Rices final report and r
New [Orleans, Miami, all Florida.YougeUvtryfJungwhenyouflyNationab application for discharge: estate of John
'H. Rites
Winifred W. )Metealf final report. estate .
of Edward H. Metcalf.
speed comfort convenience courteous : O. R. Ellars. first annual report? estate
'service.All air travel card of Mary Sissons.
recognized 1 First National Bank supplemental final
accepted.Sec your travel agent or col report estate of Gus Benson.
Nome Sternberg et al. petition for order #

......... 8828 dispensing Samul Sternberg.with administration estate of s ,
1 na t ruC. : menb riled
P. Brossier ,al to Fir Fed Say and
x., Loan Assn iota 8600.
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Nellie L. Cobb to George R. Bennett
qc : G. Hollo.ay et ux to Albert ..
toil et ux wd S10. -
LuTrflRIWELLS: Paul H. Pirkle et nx to Citizens National
I Bank mtc $8500-
Mabel A. Buxton: to Dewey M. G arris
et ux: wd $10.
J. T. Pickard et al to J. W. Comptonet -
et nx: sm. a 'r/ g
'I J. S. Eaton et ux to Essie May Sipp i '
wd $10.
Walter O. McNeilly to Ernest R. Roha //ra
DRILLED et ux: spl wd $10.
Lottie M. Campbell to Maud I. FarrU
et vir 1m.WaUer
anywhereIN S. Hamlett et ux to Marie Hale
Emnie mtg $10.500.
Marie Hale Empie to Walter S. Hamlett
FLORIDAAny et ux wd $10. S
A. L Shirley et al agreement.
Dorothy Srott Huggina et vir to H. N. :
Sheppard tad $20. '
size-Any Dorothy Scott Hugging et Tir to H. N. ry
depth-for I' Shropnrd f-d *5. .
Winbo-n Lawton McCaU Jr to Wiley
for Home Grove, Childre-s vd $10. '
1 Commercial' M. C Cray to Charles Reid et ux sm. ; .
"'jft I $:l1ar',,- C 1.*Y et al vs. 2cUar: A. Todd : >, Sut4tkr L.
use. ,. ,
tot pen out tit" ,"""
John ': i Jr. ux to Fir FedSav -
a"" !'t-n iCe$9305. .
We guarantee D. ?" nx: to H. L. Spears et nx ,
mtt tOr

Water -.Xurn.I- -sn'I').. et nx to t Sam Ralph Ir#, ;,. y ; The style you've been asking

Sam Ralph Turner et ux to TravelersIns
No Job too Co. tore $3":: '72. .
large or toosmall. Clyde Blomely. et ux to Robert L. John- us for handsomely knitted
son et ux wd $10.
Fred H. Tuttle to Paul M. Leach et nxwd -
$10. m : : 'kijI of 100% wool in .
yarn :
Claude Vitte Jr. to State of Fla. qcd $1. \y
I Adair Heights Ine to Orlando Dev Co.
part rel mtc 700. a
Orlando Dev. Co. to Herrick Booth et ux:

wd George$10.. H. Clark et ux: to Charles P. .
Anderson et nx wd $10. /j \\\\ YOUR OWN SCHOOL COLORS
.Scrensen:Mildred Qed Y.$300.Fmfrock et yin to John U\ 1. k _

LIBBY & FREEMAN OUle H. Baas et ux to Norah Mandy r.
Rill et nx wd.
Bernice: Hamilton Hill et ux to Russell y ;
711 W. Church St. Dirkinson et ux nits $1OOO.
Prercott V. Steele to Milliard B. Sunday \ 1 ORANGEs
.c4 $10. \
TeL. :
9869 Ed Thomas et nx to Henry Sims wd $10.
Charles O. Sikes Jr. et ux to Fir Fed WHITE .

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14 rlcttbn iHorttmg Srnttnfl Friday, September 5, 1947 T i Guynns Make \

R. B. Thursbys -- I II House GuestsEntertained f 1 Miss Williams Eeach Visit i KEN-MASTER ;

t II I' I b J I to Or:=-CD V_.- -g Sentinel 1] ,

Make Visit Becomes BrideS OVIEDO-Mr. and Mrs. J. A.1 l

1 I Guynn and Mr. and Mrs. Basil lit.
: [ to Orlando Momino;! Sentinel] .BOWLER.9t.
In Michigan At Oviedo DAYTONA BEACH-Miss Jean :Guynn spent Sunday at Daytona \,\ .
tie I Beach as guests of Mrs. Richard "" .
Williams daughter of Mr. and ;; \ .11' JQE.
fpe-.al to Orlando Morn n g Sentinel'] Grabe. I ,.t
ISpecial to Orlando Morning Sentinel] ,
Mrs. T. C.'Williams. 901 N. Beach
I OVIEDO-Mrs. William Henry Miss Dorothy Daniels of Illinois .
DELAND-Mr. and Mrs. Rodney St., was married to Glenn A. CarmichaeL '
Saturday witha at V
B. Thursby are in Michigan visit- Martin entertained 1 is to conduct elementary classes
son of Mr. and Mrs. .
Ing friends. I luncheon In honor of her house I the school in Slavia this jcar

Maj. T. A. Price who has just guests the Misses Anne and Ellen i Gorce D Carmichael of Claussen. j I Prof. and Mrs. J. A. Thompsonand I .

returned from Korea, drove to McKenzie of Panama City, at the : S. C.., in a ceremony Wednesday son Jim have returned to Vk 4
Wilmington. S. C.. this week to i at the First Baptist Church with I II j ji .
home of her parents. Mr. and I I lI Vero Beach after spending Labor :
visit his father and motherinlaw. the i I Rev. Lee Nichols officiating. '
Mr. and Mrs. Owen D. Mrs. B F. Wheeler. I 1 I The bride was ten in marriage ,'Day here as guests of his parents.The t

Holmes and rejoin his wife and Invited were the Mmes. George I by her father. Miss Betty Paschall Misses Anne and Ellen ,.
daughter. who will return with Morgan. George C. Means H. F. was maid of honor and Harry R j McKenzie Panama City, are I ; e.
him Sunday to reside here.I. McGowan Jr.. Charles T. Niblack. I Couch was best man, while Carl house guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'II :' For a better game and a better- ; 4 "
Ben Jones C. Roy Clonts Jr., 1 I I Matthews and Fred Moore acted I William Henry Martin. w'r
Tucker Irvin was in St. Petersburg Tommy Moon, and the Misses i;i i as ushers. Mr. and Mrs Dick Chance, who I

Thursday.On Kathryn Lawton and Barbara Lee. I I Assisting in serving at the reception I have been visiting his brothers, W. looking game wear the Ken- t
the birthday calendar todayare Doro- T. Chance. Mrs. Chance and '
Joan Meek. Don Shaffer. which followed the ceremony I I I i/ -
Leske M. Gibbs. Phyllis G. thy Niblack. Wiley Abell Mr. and : family, have returned to Birming i '
at the bride's home, was i
Freeburg. Jane A. Fraser W. H. Mrs. Billy Meek and son Billy i Mrs. C. M. and Mrs. Cljde I ham. i Master Bowler! .the popular choice .
Turner, the Rev. A. P. Gregory, MRS. W F MARTIN spent Sunday at Daytona Beach. I II Williams of Hogan Jacksonville. Miss I Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Parker, '

Jimmy Powell. Mrs. J. L. Cazer "I education director. Gene Gore has returned from Virginia Rich kept the bride's who have been spending the Sum- aSMlt
and May H. Kelly. eAst : Daytona where he visited his book. I''mer at. Daytona Beach, have returned for the popular !game! <

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gross and mother Mrs. Alex Leinhart. Mr.
Other out-of-town guests -
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ward and
daughter will return from Con- t I Mrs. Martin Leiahart, and brother Frankie. I I Mr. and Mrs. Beta Cokerof I|:boys Benny Frank and Bobby
necticut Tuesday. En route they I Cox and '
Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Jacksonville Miss Aline Roberts [:have returned from New Smyrna
will stop in Washington. D. C. children Bobby and Billy and of South Carolina and Miss I I Beach. tk

and Atlanta. Joins Staff I Mrs. G. M. Arie spent Sunday at I I'Nina Reynolds of Washington.After I The Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Link,
Mr and Mrs. Leslie Dyer were i Daytona Beach. a honeymoon In Atlanta daughter Dorothy Rose and sons
guests of Mrs. Dyer's brother and I Of Church Mr. and Mrs. I. O. Anderson I the newly-weds plan to make their {I I Alfred and Marlowe have returned ; '
sister-in-law. Maj. and Mrs. Albert I visited her parents here Mr. and I I I home in Decatur Ga. from Daytona Beach.
lastweek. Mrs. Jack C. Kasell. Racsdale. house guestof
Walsh in St. Petersburg I Bobby / a
(Spe .aS H, Oido \.om.'g Ss"tineJKISSIMMEE !
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wheeler the H. H. Links at Daytona
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Jones and -The First Metho- i have returned to their camp on i I Lodge Class I Beach has returned home. '
dist Church has added
Mrs. W. F. Lake Harney. i Marlowe Link has returned to
William Jones of Stony Point.
Martin to its staff director a
as of I Cumberland Junior College at
N. Y.. have returned after visiting Christian Education, according to Having no visiting preacher at Sets Meeting Williambsurg, Ky. to resume his
Mr and Mrs. Everett Jones. the Rev. J. E. Jenkins minister. ;the Baptist Church Sunday, the ,I pre-med work there. I I' ; f
Attending the regular business Originally of Lakeside congregation attended services ,
Ohio Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bunch
meeting of the Pilot Club Tuesday 11 I Mrs. Martin comes to the position I at the Methodist Church and en- For Tonight and daughter Mary Katherine of :
night were Mrs. John Erickson, I from the Central Methodist joyed a sermon by their pastor Orlando were guests of Mrs.
:Mrs. Hattie Casey. Dr. Frances.I Church in Utica, N. Y., where she .the Rev. Lionel W. Nelson. I [tCf-C ,! to Orlcno! Morning, Sentinel] Bunch's parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Thornton. Judith Whitman, Nora did work similar to her present : Mr. and Mrs. Dewey-Dixon and 'I| DELAND Chartering of a Andrew Aulin, this weekend. -
Morris. Loretta Stemmeyer Mrs. assignment. I daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Clin- lodge for DeLand by the Loyal Order Miss Lena Aulin of Orlando =---

Quincy Owenby, Mrs. Keith I During her four years at Utica. ,ton Drawdy of Jacksonville have l of Moose will move a step 'spent the weekend as guests of rn L- a
Veatch. Mrs. Bea Arwln and Mrs. Mrs. Martin organized a co-ed returned after visiting Mrs. E. A. .nearer tonight when the charter ,her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew ,
A. M. Horner. Sunday School class, sponsoredthe I Farnell and granddaughter Eliza- I class meets at the club rooms of Aulin. .
I young adult group and unified beth. They came to attend the the Florida Power Corp. Mr. and Mrs. Leon C. Olliff. I k\ 10.95
Mrs. C. II. Campbell Is in Atlanta I
the entire youth program, I Dodd-Condict wedding. | At the meeting a report of the J. T. Ferguson. Dan Chisholm, I S
k visiting her son and daugh- 'I according to R. S. Brown, minis- I I Mrs. E. A. Farnell. and Miss I 59th International Moose meeting and Mrs. Daisy Farnell were dinner j 1''
ter-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. Charles ter of the Utica church. i Elizabeth Farnell attended the held recently at Columbus. Ohio, guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. I
Campbell. Originator of the Good Friday I Dodd-Condict wedding in Orlando will be made by DeLand delegate Jones Tuesday.

I Mrs. Catherine Reynolds, who Fast the Thanksgiving Breakfastand \Sunday. R. H. Smith. It is also expected I Mrs. J. N. Thompson and Mr. I ,i
has been visiting her sister Mrs. the Minister of the Day Mrs. i Mrs. Jack C. Kasell has returned that the State delegate, Frank and Mrs. J. B. Jones and son Jim- .: '' \ Above: The full-cut skirt has side slits for

Clara Mims in Sarasota has re- Martin also Instituted the Open- '! from Ocala, where she visited Ray of Tampa will again be pres- mie attended boat races at San- i
t turned. house plan for recreation and fea- her sister. Mrs. Amos Gerhard.Mr. ent and may report on some of ford Monday. '. ,-- 4 maximum 'Jeg action the swing back allows

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mmkley haveas tured Children's Day and Christmas I and Mrs. Leon C. Olliff entertained the plans for the installation of ample shoulder movement. In washable
guests Mr. and Mrs John Sawyer vesper services through the Mr. and Mrs. Basil the Lodge very shortly. I r r-

Miss Louise Sawyer and Mr. years.A I Guynn at dinner guests Monday. I I The committee in charge of ar- Lodge Names .; rayon gabardine, Sanforset treated. In brown,
specialist in social hygiene 1 The Rev. and Mrs. J. N. Thompson -
and Mrs. James Sawyer of Middle- I : rangements for the big family picnic '
I" ton Ohio.Canning. she will offer classes in Marriage entertained with \a dinner to be held Sunday afternoonwill '? h beige or aqua. Sizes 12 to 44.

Preparation as a part of the party Monday. Invited were Mr. ,I also present a final program i i J. J. Reilly
Kitchen % Christian Education program here. I and Mrs. J. B. Jones and son report. It is known that the "Old i i
Mrs. Martin and her husband 'Jimmie and Prof. and Mrs. J. Fishermen" group of the committee I \ 'Vt.
To a retired minister, ahd their i Allen Thompson and son Jim of has promised to see there will i iI To Post
Reopen Tuesday
( Left: For full freedom of action side slits
I daughter Jeanine 6, are living at Vero Beach. be plenty of fish to fry. there will !I
The Orange County canning 304 Dillingham St. Mr. and Mrs. Ben H. Jones I be bathing for the youngsters and [See,c: "- O-':r>a 0 Vommg: Sentinel, s
on the skirt and sleeves. Fly-front two
kitchen will reopen Tuesday, it I spent the weekend at Daytona I refreshments for all but what I NEW SMYRNA BEACH-J. J.

was announced yesterday. Persons The first resident pastor of any Beach. further is planned will be revealed j i iI I Reilly, as past exalted ruler of the pockets. Washable gabardine. Sanforset .
wishing to make appointments for religious faith in the Mrs. James Partin and daughter district
region now at that time i iVolusia Elks Lodge will be the new -
+dts use are asked to telephone the Wyoming was the Rev. Joseph W. Marilyn have returned from I I deputy grand exalted ruler. I treated. In brown, beige or aqua. Sizes 12
office of the home demonstration Cook who arrived In Cheyenne I the hospital.Mr. .
; on He will be installed into that position -
..; agent 2-1366. Jan. 14. 1868. and Mrs. Donald Leinhart County I at a ceremony at the local I / to 20. ,

and children Gary and Wynn Instruments FiledWalter lodge Oct. 17. Past District deputies \
spent Labor Day at Daytona }
r ,, will participate. 129.95T
Beach with their A. Hunt ct ux to Huth DuVal
parents Mr. and
$10 wd.5fry Reilly resigned as chaplain
Mrs. Max Leinhart and sister, D. RitUrhoJf et ux to Lucretta. I its Wed-
the local club at meeting
Anne. A "
I I Helen t'i"ed et YIr to Jamei D. Mc- nesday night, in view of his new j
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Gary have .
Farland *t ax 110 wc! duties.
returned from Daytona Beach. John O OUendlke et ux and Charlei F.Kenney jI
E14ctrical ,
Walter I. Grumbacher ini-
Mr. and Mrs. Boykin Dunaway. et ux; to Frank H. Carpenter I was
I .
IUO wdDitto
tiated into the club Wednesday
I lof Dallas Ga., are house guests of Corp. to Gerald H Reed et u
i : Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Estes at Day- 110 cwd night, with W. E. Dayton W. H.
tona Beach. Gerald H. Reed et ux to Alex D. LltUe- Logan, W H. Morgan R W. Evans -

Mrs. H. A. Abell and boys. Lex. field Vernon$10 wd C Brown a to James C. Morris and Harris Saxon taking part. i
Erwin and Wiley have moved et U$10gd." Dayton and Reilly reported on the jbtw
Howard Btllerue et U to Sam York institution of the new Elks Clubat
? WllcesI from Mrs. Ed Farnell's. to the Gore Mr Mister et UX $10 wd
house. Hazel Feisty et Tlr to Helen 8. Leavitt d. ,i Hollywood recently, which they Budget Shop Fourth Floor
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Burge have ket W et L ux Hendrix$10 wd et ux; to Hornaby L Croc attended. There were 194 charter 1
moved into one of Mrs. Ed Far- P. L. Eheart et nx to Clarence M. Gil I _members of the lodge_they_said.
ford et $10 wd 4!
J nell's apartments. I
j i I James A Ketrhell et ux to Lester X.. -
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Wall and .
5" ux $ <<
I family have moved to Cassel- C RiO: ::1 ted; et ux to Harry Kraff- I
t AT berry where Mr. Wall has miller et us $10 wd .
accepted -
PUll Starks to Willie Brewster 110 wd
a position with the fernery. Bertha Billiard to B. W. Adams et us
Low.Prices Miss Jean Clark of Lakelandhas S10 wd ei.
Anthony Bellamy et us to Frances s. '
returned after visiting Miss Gray 110 wd.
Elizabeth Farnell. Blanche E. Johnson et Tlr to Anthony
I Miss Dorothy Niblack is guestof Bellamy et ux $10 wd ht ;
John S. Walter to Helen P. Walter
Miss LaJune Estes at Daytona 110 qcd
Beach. Thomas L. Jackson to J. W. Hill et U V-
1I R ..r
DOMIN Mr. and Mrs. J: P. Cox daughter I 110 Curtis wd.I C Newman to W. H. Footer 7 dc
ON Audrey and son Ronnie have $10 wd G.I I
I returned from Alabama and Mis- I I!i Louise Lapp. Cooper et sir to Lois
Wright 110 *d I
. TOASTERSX8.9 sissippi. They were accompanied ,; D. L. Gauldinc Reed et us to W. J.
home by Miss Frances Carraway, Pickering et ux $10 wd
guest of her cousin Miss Audrey Norton: L. Holmes et us to Arno Karl
Ke ht et ux $10 md
Cox. waiter A Hurst et ux to G R. Smathera
'Henry Wolcott has been dis- $10 wd c
,< olhhed Chro Wrl..r A Hurst et ux to C. M Buckner ,
missed from the .
$ .i JUCkelee inish ;i et US$10ad.
r haranteed.Ide.. I R A Sehwarts et nx to Joseph A.
cubic mile of contains Sertacher et ux $10 wd
ocean ,
Julius Davidson et ux; to 6. L. S. Investment e
r 26.4 billion barre-an amount of I Corp. 110 wdI .
water equal to the total world i I R. C. Williams et ux to Phillip Rotten- ( ,
berg $10 wd b1A' .
production of petroleum from the .
| Wesley Braddock et us to Wilson Rainwater -
DOMINION beginning through 1940. !I I et ux 110 wd ,




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@r1nnh iluntGtg{ Etnttnd Page 15Oviedo's
I Friday, September 5, 1947
Court : <..
'>r I Miss McClure Surprise Party j Dance SetSaturday

City Mr. Maurer

Jury Summoned f 1 Weds SaturdayThe A surprise picnic party honoring

Thomas C. Maurer was given at

Officers Quit marriage of Miss Janet McClure his home on Lake Killamey this i A large group of the college and
I"":dl: t ta o..To..oo'n Sr" x'l)
13 tia. $ daughter of Mrs.\ Audrey K. week by three members of the high school sets will attend the
DELAND-Judge John E. Pea- McClure of this city to James L. Orlando Art Club, the Mmes. H.B. Beachcomber's Ball Saturday
cock's county court has summoneda [Special t3: Orlando! M::m;ng Sent;pel] I Lunsford son of Mrs.\ Dora C. I Garvin, Forest Tybold and Maxwell from 8 to 12 p.m. at the Sorosis

venire of 18 Jurymen to serve i OVIEDO-Dr. J. William Martin Lunsford of this city and the late : Foster Massey. Mrs. Garvin House. This affair is being spon-
on petit juries during the term :", 1> Mayor of Oviedo for the last Mr. William Roberts Lunsford of is president of the club. I sored by alumnae of the Sub-Deb
beginning tp v two years and Chief of Police Meighs. Ga. will take place Sat- 1 i After making a few sketches of Club.Miss
next Wednesday mor- Barnett Smith resigned their positions I urday at the First Methodist |the lake luncheon was served by Ann Snow Is chairman of
ning. Those who were called are: t at a meeting of the Oviedo Church. ,Mr. Maurer. The day's Activities I' arrangements for the dance, andis I

D. Kirk Gunby. J. R. Bowen.i City Council yesterday. The Rev. Robert Blackburn will ;were concluded with supper at 6 being assisted by Miss Alma

Ernest W. Machen. R. H. Nahm.l Dr. Martin said yesterday that perform the ceremony, after whicha p.m. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Laughinghouse and Miss Jane -
all of DeLand; Harold T. Butts. his resignation was "for the best i reception will be held at the I I i James Tidwell and Mr. and Mrs. Ives. iES
Ormond: Arthur Mears. New +Ir::. ) interest of the city." I home of the bnde-elect's motherin Bert Louden.
e -
Smyrna Beach: William. G. Hollis- a Smith has been chief of police i Holden Heights. Nearly $30 million worth of farm
ter. Lake Helen: Thorlief Ericksen. since January and is now at lib I Farm production today takes property is destroyed every Sum- p
Orange City. erty under a $5.000 bond set in I Irises grow from a large fleshy only two-thirds as much human mer by fires started by lightning
Ray Chidester. North Lake Monroe r dr connection with the fatal shooting root lying in a horizontal posi- I labor as would have been requiredin I I and more than 500 farmers are
R. s. Delk. Mission City. Wil-1 I 8 a. of Bob Rufus, Negro last May. I I.tion. 1920 for a like volume. killed.

fred J. Goodrich. Oak Hill; H. W. -

Bishop.Fred C. Webster Fitzgerald K. William Ellenwood.J. i!STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION L. Bostick, State Book Depository, Jackson-! H.M. Smiths I I .

Moesser William Jr.H.. Albert Claypool.F. Humphries.Alfred I I workers and Dr. L, E. Armstrong, head of I ville, educational consultant; Sam H. Moorer, '

Donnelly, all of Daytona Beach.E.I, School of Education, Peabody College, guest State Department, Tallahassee, field super- EntertainAt

I I speaker of Kissimmee's pre-school conference, visor; Miss Sara Krentzman, State Depart-I b I

Dunlop Named To Head': Aug. 25-Sept. 5, pause in their work with I ment, primary specialist; Mrs. Dora Skipper, CampSpecial r (L r. ", }$

Week Fete Kissimmee teachers to make one for the pho- I'I' State Department co-ordinator of State supervisory 0 0

Daytona.' Dog I tographic record. Left to right: Miss Mary program, and Dr. Armstrong. I [ to Or'ando! Morning Sentinel] \J
Or ondo K' S' OJ
O ir ng! IV WINTER GARDEN Mr. and
DAYTONA BEACH-According Mrs. Harry M. Smith entertained -
to an announcement received here : at their camp on Lake But- \ I
from National Dog Week Headquarters Board Protests Road Damage' ler Labor Day with an afternoon s
in New York City Jack and evening party. Boating, !
Dunlop, 203 Seabreeze has been swimming, and dancing were enjoyed It .
named chairman of the National By MAYME HODGKIN in Tallahassee this! week and I uation. I''I by their guests
I ,
Dog Week observance. Sept. 21-27. [Ov-r" O-i Com>SJCn; '''" '! 1 take the matter up there. Howard L. Hughes manager of Those included Mr. and Mrs. N.
in Daytona Beach SANFORD The Seminole County -, Longwood citizens, through their Big Tree Park, was informed that C. Lockett Mr and Mrs. Bruce I
Dunlop said that although he Commissioners yesterday ex. director of the Town Council. H. the county fence around the Draper, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Irr- I Ii i
had not yet appointed a COmmit-I. pressed deep concern over damage I S. Arnold sought information regarding grounds would be continued to gang Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tilden
tee to assist him "plans to county roads by contractors an allotment of the bridge completely enclose it. except at Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tilden Mr. and
ing formulated so that Daytona building State roads.A and road fund to that town. Arnold properly maintained entrances.The Mrs. Harold Tilden Mr. and Mrs.

Beach residents would be more delegation from Lake Mary !I was informed that on proper board decided to cease farm- W. L. Story Mr. and Mrs. R. G. .1 Collected for Campus Queens )in
conscious of the value of pets and I appeared with a lengthy petition ,i I request such an allotment can be ing the County Home lands and Barr Mr and Mrs. Bob Davis
the part they play in our every- pleading relief because of the very I made and when made the county make direct purchases of all food Mr and Mrs. Tom Cox. Mrs. Eve- choicest college styles! Find favorite .
day We." bad condition of the Lake Mary ,I would no longer be responsiblefor supplies.In lyn Tilden, A W. Ficquette, Neil our your

road. between that town and the maintenance of roads in that response to advertisementsfor McMillan, Bill Pease, Mr. and pJ sports clothes here waiting for you! 'S
Mrs. Bob Kerr.
Orlando Hwy. The road had been area. bids on a dragline and motor i
t/ i constructed for light traffic only d However it was shown that grader for county roads the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Britt Jr, i
I and the heavy road building trucks with homestead exemptions board opened sealed bids from Mr. and Mrs Ed Petris, Mr. and
I which have continuously traversedIt 1, made the sum would be negligible five companies.: Mrs. Malon Wright Mr. and Mrs.J. 4it Pj
with that However because of the complications E. Cloughley Russell Pounds.
in the resurfacing of highway i compared an
USEiCAAS 17-92 have left in their wake' which the county may other- set forth in the bids by Buster Dodd. Mr. and Mrs Henry WOOL SLACKSSlacks
Matson of Orlando Mr. and Mrs.
_ broken surfaces they report. In wise spend there. various accessories to the machines ; < -
Dudley Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. nS.
5OO CENTRAL many places the entire road has' O. E. Fourakre of Longwood reported they were unable to accept k
AVE. Jack Bickerton of Winter Park: in wool, wool-and-rayon or Tegra cloth to
sunk from five to 10 inches below that high water had seriously -..., any bid at this sitting. S.ho
Mrs. Benny Lou Pease Dr. Pet answer all your sportswear needs at college this
asserted. jeopardized the sanitary facilities The board will meet again in
level delegates
the hoe
Johnston of Orlando, Col. and Fall! Side zipper or fly-front openings. In grey, >>
informed session at 7:30
The petitioners were informed there, and was special on Monday
Mrs. Thomas McGehee, Mr. and blue brown navy luggage, gold and checks.
OIL that Sen. Uoyd F. Boyle and : that upon proper permission from p.m. to consider these bids and
i Mrs. Al Conley of Orlando; Dr t : Sizes 12 to 20.
Rep. M. B. Smith will attend I landowners the county would opena I express their desire Chm. Pope and Mrs. Gleason Dr. and Mrs 'in
SPACE HEATERS the State Road Dept. meeting drainage ditch to relieve the sItShower o declared. B. P. Harter and Mr. and Mrs. 5.98 to 12.98 iirA

Electric Oil-Gol Floor Water Table Furnaces Heater Top Drive Seeks Set Rainbow Girls I ABC !sn-

City Gas Floor Fyrnocet To To Honor Elect New 1-DIAPER SERVICE I e

Immediate' Delivery Lengthen I New Accounts and Future PLAID SHIRTS r

I Reservations Are Solicited 'D ;; B
INC. Tourist Year Mrs. Pace OfficersSpecial I Telephone 2-1177 I t.I of' +' 100% wool and wool-and-rayon plaid shirts .
ORLANDO WINTER PAR I rtN. exciting complement for your slacks! Can be worn
Avth' ru4' Met hint Santa! *.r,Ice (e See: -;ol to Or'-ndo!: Morning S tine!!! {Special to Or'ando Morning Sentinel] [ to Orlando Memg' Se.t''e' I] l >. ., ;:. in or out of your slacks and are suitable for all i at
tit :N At .
Orute *
DAYTONA BEACH Chamberof ; NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Mrs. DAYTONA BEACH-New offi- ,._,iz'::. : sports wear with skirts slacks shorts and sports -8
Phases 4317 *md 2-404 Commerce Mgr. Harry Hall has j Cyril Marchington and Mrs. J. cers were elected by the Daytona Beautify suits. In black and gold black and red or yellow i i 1i
I will entertain at stork Bust
H. a
j Conely and brown. Sizes 10 to 18.
{ of Rainbow Girls in i// 1" '
announced that the survey com- I shower honoring Mrs. Walter Pace Assembly a !
mittee is additional at 8 pjn at Mrs. Marchington's meeting last night in Masonic 1 <; : i-i ? ,
WEAK6 ; working on home in Mission City. Temple. 2\ withouf masse 9haw. e? .x.Iw. : : 5.98 to 12.98
? IT
information to assist in tourist
Mrs. E. L. Bailey was guest of Those named are Miss Peggy La ..... sr"elal Crean rormul.rowulY ea.eu.NORIaa r.cq J": ,
promotion in an effort to extend Wednesday adviser > + .IaN rayorenr ttemale sea leer. 5
honor at a stork shower Rocca new worthy ; Miss > I
I Ile
noon r woke .c1eM reenU7
NERvous8Ed the Summer season past Labor h I by Mrs. H C. Russell and Marilyn Stigler, associate worthy N, Rua)vassal,, e.anllle can M Y.:=,, e). .. ,
I Day !I Mrs. Annie Lee Trice. Mrs. A. Lopez adviser; Miss Mary Guzman, : =. .TnouawN. aukkl)of=:f :; s'J l; h
; cranky 'every month'? Hall said "Although this has and Mrs.\ F.'T. Jones won charity: Miss Norma McIntosh Boat mauls anted.n..aee !
Are you troubled by dlstren ef been>> the biggest Summer in prizes. Others there were: hope; Miss Ann Jett. faith; Miss I' NORYII\d CRim. aLh n coma IftlA
female. Does functional periodic dlaturb.neeat terms of visitors in the historyof ,: The Mmes. Willie McCray Gene Jaqueline Simmons recorder. Miss $ os the tea Kuarant market of 1 utl Bran.fartloii et0. M amany Sports Shop Second Floor"closedfor da

tired hlfrh-ctrung.this make nervout you--kt feel ucU 80 the city there is need for White H. F. Farmer, F. L. Edwards Betty Kissan, treasurer. Officersfor 1 to h* th"c'fu'--; ; ....Itmss a r
tunes'. Then M> try Lydia E. plnknm more promotion for extending J. T. Kerr W. H. Morgan nine other ,offices will be appointed .....inr.....any do for,,'.tm."o wltaout or promise.....our.. for ) .
Vegetable Compound to Teller I a tar nf Kanctt' if youi
this Summer business Minnie ,....
after La- 'f
SUCh cymptonul Pinkhama Compound J. B. Anderson W. S. Settle. by Miss La Rocca. New :i wart ce'S.. fnsrrha pHr will b*.
I n/nude. ch rrullr! Sold wily M leading >toca
1* made especially for womtn bor Day. Mantaigne W. I. Athern. Jap- officers will be installed at a meeting >' naU riterm blppcit*
It also hu what Doctor call a "The National Association of pel Wilson. G. B. Herring. W. M. at the temple Sept. 16. I : "'
Pharmacy & Lading Druggists
tonic effect!Any drugstore. Travel officials has been doing a Skappa and R. G. Acosta. ----- .
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S of OU:: good publicity job to encourage to I' Don Douglas Jr. entertained at f

lengthen the vacation season by a weiner roast at the beach Tuesday a e e e e !
using the Fall months. The sur- honoring Mr. and Mrs. Bill

vey committee Is attempting to Langford newly-weds of Raleigh, ..
[KIDNEYS GETTING carry out recommendations madein N. C. Mr. Langford who with his : -. ... e et
the original local tourist sur- bride is a guest at the Douglas Make-Up in or- eI t

(YOU UP NIGHTS ? vey by getting tourists opinion of home formerly resided here with
:, the city. his parents. The group of young I eI I
"A Is people went to the Casino after
I questionnaire being pre-
you get up lughto- *frequent
.ttn to paw your water-but have only'scanty pared ,and will be circulated in the outing, for dancing. I
'i pusagea-yn.and bawd backache I various places of accommodationsto Color
t doe to excess ecid1ty III tb e mine,be clad get a good cross section of opinion HarmonyGlamour I r
.yoe're read.ng this: from visitors." J.P. Lassiters : I
o 1 I
Three ceneration* ago Dr Kilmer. a
famous doctor, found hundred of hia G
:C tients with this trouble. Painttakingiymade Kennedy Discusses Return HomeSpecial
a medicine of 16 herb, root. 1
\vegetables Utliam*-Nature's own way to Wills' Preparation
rebel. H* called it "Swamp-Root" and [ to Orlando Mem;ng Sentinel] 1
'millions of grateful men and women haT j,. [Sceciol to Orlando Morning Sentinel] LEESBURG-Mr. and Mrs. J. I
takes it-often with amazing remits. I ISwampRoot MOUNT DORA-W. M. Kennedy Paul Lassiter and children Jim-
goes right to work: to local attorney discussed my and Mimi have returned from
lush out bdne>s..increaacs: the flow of ,
upne.helping to rtheve excea*acidity..so preparation of wills in an addressto Daytona Beach. for blondes!Yes,and for says-
the untated bladder fet a food fluthfac the Kiwanis Club Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. Miller
outj too: Many report getting a good I William J. Barker was program and sons Andrew Jr.. and Charles brunettes brownettes and redheads too.
Diebt'l sleep after the frtt few does t chairman. returned this weekend from Colo- ti The famous Color Harmony Make-Up, i

Caution For free:take trial directed.send (I rado. originated by Max Factor Helljivood
supply Dept. S. Postmaster and Mrs. Arthur W.
Rims 81 COL.Inc.Boz 1255.Stamford. Lianas creeping vines of the Newett returned' this weekend for the glamorous stars of the screen,
Conn.Or get fun-sued bottle Swamp- Tropics grow to a length of 800
Boot today at your drugstore. feet. Water flows freely through from Asheville. N. C. '- _' is now available for you.; Accent your .
I their stems.McElroy's : ,- natural beauty with Pan-Cake Make Up, ar. is Gr

--------- Power Vote Gets I Face Powder,Rouge and Lipstick...

I ., created by Max Factor Hollywood incorrect
Few Registrations t shades to harmonize perfectly +

Pharmcy [Special! to Orlando Morning Sentinel] with your own individual color type.

comparatively few persons have
gone to City Hall to register for e i A sea son / _
the Oct. 21 special election on two -
new 30-year franchise contracts
with the Florida Power and LightCo.

pR 5s 'ACE1tCE properly." or to registered.make sure they were ( \\ :: __ ;;;

QUA ty All residents who have lived in

AN 0 fi'lA' Florida a year and in Daytona .
Beach six months are qualified to I
r-1)o\O\e vote in the franchise election if SIOOI
tAS they are registered in the precinct I' o 50 T.x
0CtlE" where they live. Those who were

NS'NGccE. qualified to vote in the last city I TsPss and sets out to prove that concealment
I ... election and have not moved out .
..O'.tGuVJ"f -C4eMds-Upivroref.eyer MsxFactor Hollywood ._
00 of the same precinct since then nuf
: $\C '_ are still qualified to vote without "bide ibrillisjsewroopkrios.ltheipr tun t mpltxnfala..stajt eoswistbrrearlarheaewrbadear : is the subtlest form of flattery. Case in point

going to the City Hall. Registration f"liMn untbwt Hpmdmtg. Clear Rt BltRtJaJRttt KI4.
books close Oct. 20.
this elegant o Baby Doll pumpl! classic
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NQ"'le' .
-' A.: -W4 FIT ALL SHAPE 1 I over-up !In the inimitable Toni Drake


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-r- ''RetaiIers'MeetSpeakersSeIected :, I

Two speakers Lew Hahn Na- the 1947 State Legislature at the Richard Oelkers Jr., Miami; Mar- lated by the association's diree- I I i
tional Retail Dry Goods Assn. conference. i vin H. Rowell. Stuart furniture ton and Lloyd F. Gahr presi- 1 I I
ident and Wade G. McCargo.pres-I They are Newman C. Bracken dealer; Fletcher Morgan. Morgan ; dent. I
known small store owner t Crestview druggist and presidentCo... Jacksonville: and Harold Gil- | The conference will open at 10
highlight the program of the Flor- !;elect of the 1949 Senate: Sen. A. more, Live Oak retailer. ajn. and close with a banquet II'i I
Ida State Retailers Assn. confer- 'L. Wilson. Quincy merchant: Conference plans were formu- i lin the evening. Reservations may I 9 4ft
i ence at the Orange Court Hotel I be made by writing the association
Oct. 29.The at the Chamber of Commerce

.t honor six retailers merchant-members organization will of I I I I Bldg. Orlando. I FOR BOYS AND

I Located midway between Sanford {
YOUNG TURKEYS : tad Orlando on Highway 17-92 is I II I se
Maitland { ; STEAKS and CHICKENf xeg. IJst
Turkey sk50
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> Mil' tilt .f 1T-M at MaitUntfit W. P. 9174-J
Mitlnd-Ooldnrd Phone Rd wrot \ 1 DA pON I We cater to special parties i I Beautiful Two-tone r,
Visitors Welcome Cocktail Bar For Your pleasure
Park-1311 e I I I I Leatherette Cover b ,,, ,. br

[The Orlando Morning Sentinel will print letters for and

"One Dozen on the .,...... against the proposed county consolidation bills scheduled for a 1 Open! Monday EveningsWARREN'S : I
vote on Sept. 9. Tbe letters should stick to the facts of the con I
Half Shell"/ LJHCOLNo troversy. They should tell why consolidation will be good for the i
county or why it will be detrimental. Those dealing in personalities -

OYSTER ,.. I P. it flfl4 will not be printed. Keep the letters short.-Ed]. Winter Park Phone 68 I I
I parr I i i4t
For Against I III
LItnl ast Times Today
All Colored Cast! Editor, Orlando Morning Sentinel: Editor Orlando Morning; Sentinel: I
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360 ORANGE "Boy, What A Girl!" Do you think for yourself? Or, I have yet to see printed in the r r

Karen Morley in do you accept the cock-eyed opin- Orlando Morning Sentinel the
Air Conditioned Open ; ,
t A. L-ll PJ*. T Days- a Week "THE UNKNOWN"' ion of some nit-wit who told some facts concerning the county man- DIAPER SERVICE # f'
one who told you? agement bill. If it was there, I I s
ntESH SELECT NEW ORLEA."SoTlnas For llmcrvctions .* Immediate O.tiwer a ra
: AT OCR OTSTER BAR Tomorrow Too many think: "If Bill said probably overlooked it. Neither doI PHONE 2.3351 ; i i
so, it must be true." Might be rtTiember Mr. Cobb even bring- I y
Try Oar Business Men' Special "Vigilantes of to told ing up the subject while he was nY
with "fish fry"
some one a A
Served Daily Town"* 'I running for his present office. I RUSSEL WRIGHT : ,
Boom Bill.Regarding This all leads me to believe that
your vote Sept. 9, use the supporters of this bill want to I Casual China I i

-- I your "bean." keep the public in ignorance as Open Stock ;
* * * * * * * ** Would you pay by the hour two to the facts of the bill. 4 ?xA
i. men to mow and rake your lawn, I happen to be one of the Or- oI1I&IIoBm' Houst
Pleasant/ Dance at I,
To Have a Evening .
,. 'I' one to wait while the other mows? ange County country crackers that : I
Then pay the mower to rest while pay taxes and after reading the llli E. Colonial Drlv
SILVER STAR BAR the second man rakes? f Mowing i; text of the bill I am left thinking I
comes first then raking.1 Same i that this letter get-up wasn'tmeant
COCKTAILS BEER FOOD PACKAGE GOODS with taxes, assessing first then for anything but the city China, Glass Pottery Lamps I J
collecting. Why pay full time for I and Giftware d't
slickers. The fellow living in the
Six Miles from Limits Cheney Highway
City on .
two separate offices with only one NOT 4 TUBES! NOT 5 TUEIS!
* * * * * * * *' country would have very little to ;I Open Stock Dinner Ware $
busy on part time? C. L. S. say about things since he is in a < Service for 6, $7.85 up
minority. We still want our commissioners I THIS IS A SIX TUBE RADIO
elected by us to represent I THE CHINA MART -

EL PATIO Pine Castle/ NewsPINE I him. We us and don't we want want any to choose dude '' 141-413 N. Orange Ave. Tel. Z-2254 I ? This smart new portable !Is a THREE-WAY job .

Barbecues picnics I CASTLE-Mr. and Mrs. farmers and ranchers to spend --- -- can be "plugged-in" at home, carried in the car,
A. E. Jorgensen of Belle Isle an-
nounce the birth of their first I their week ends in the country ...1bl rATHLETES ,/ I Many Other Makes or used where electricity Is not availablel!
"Dancing; under the stars"BIB and then take care of the roads
born at the FOOTRINGWORM
child, a daughter !
And' Orchestra. Tv*.day. Wednesday Friday, Saturday Nights Orange Memorial Hospital Aug. 3. bridges and ditches to suit their fishing and hunting desires. SKINIRRITATIONS LIMITED!
S. ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL OPEN DAILY 11 A. Id.UJEL2L4 Billy Garvin arrived Tuesday We also want our commissioners and OTHER QUANTITY

from South Carolina. to be paid a fair salary for lr.d-E I At Savings of
attendanceat M A*frMfcOT 50C-JI 7 : :
There good
was a their services. This induces a goodman I Mail! orders filled if received while stock task.S .
I .
the Methodist picnic Wednesday Ii
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to take office. If these men S
about 75 children being
get a fair salary for their work,
present.Mr. .
then they are less apt to take ;; TERMS
and :Mrs. J. B. Clements
TONIGHT who have been in Sarasota are graft and more apt to perform DON'T BUCK YOU UP Wt carry all famous name S _
here seeking a home. their duty efficiently. So far I brands, such as: RCA
Master Louie Hook underwent a think it's been pretty clean and; try NUXATED IRON Zenith StromLOW I'EIJ
"SUNSET PASS"ls Jamei Warren it should be kept that way. i What rear doe dreg X* a siadidna. SO* IIOM'l co
..\ Itorium tonsilectomy and Hospital at the Florida Thursday.San- By all means let's keep the rt if btio rtt KM."mln rr trim 4..'MMlur, k..k Mdu._.. .i a U tr* *- berg-Carlson, Tele-Tone,
"STEP BY STEP" gents out of politics that are IrrXJkTXD IBOM to tae buM I.lt -. Traveler and Westinghouse.
Hugh Whitehead spent last wio ID_a.-r.e run rod blood bolos eaar AS
Lawrence Tierney Ana Jeffreys weekend in Daytona Beach. willing; to donate their cervices j 1505..uNm mow CUba._atfc Qii* M. Ibok TID tele
fled .fcow 7:15 Complete Show From to30CladNe Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Brown leave for $25 a month. Now and then But ue only a*directed r loa Mil
\JIHIer Twelve in Can Admitted Free I
is sincere but most of the
today for Cleveland. one -
9) Paul Johnson left Wednesdayfor time I smell the African In the FLORIDA'S LARGEST RADIO AND APPLIANCE STORES! -
Tifton. Ga. fuel pile.
Mrs. R. E. Thompson is expected If he is paid a decent salary he ,'.'':''...... KIURATSDEPENDABLE I
FLAMINGO CLUB to return this weekend from will work to earn that salary. If ,
Chicago and Los Angeles. he isn't then what Is he working -
for? I would say offhand that the FOR 69 YEARS,, GREATER
"famous For fin Food For 20 Years" I commissioners we have now are Filthy rata spoil food SELEC110N TAMPA WEIANDMERCHANp
Serving I on the job as public servants as spread d"8"- Ran SE ORLANDO ST PIRtCs
A FULL COURSE WESTERN,. well as the ones before them so 't Area ruin property. SARASOTA MIAAY
why change things? Kilt rats with Staarn'
STEAK DINNER for..______ __$3.00 Another thing your newspaper Electric PUM. Used
Dinner from 6 till CloslnrCaUrtBl is kept in existence by Central i by U. S Government.
to. Special Parties, Banqneti and Weddings Floridians, so why should the pa- 35< t $|.ea et DIB66ISTS 4-
Minimum Il
A Cover 0 No per take sides? When you do you
Presenting Nightly are only biting the hand that
JAY MILLER and His OrchestraFor < 'u I feeds you. Why not be fair and
give both sides? Even a child or
Reservations Phone 5910 Closed Sundays $
II, can see which way your paperis
I, leaning. I don't know Mr. J. O.
I ; Rodgers but I wouldn't print about
GaIT DUCK IN 3974 Orange my worst enemy the stuff that
.. Starling" Blossom Trail yi you threw in against him while
w. servo tbo ama deBcbms foods from coon tffl 6 that you had the drop on him. The
you get uhuiog.iav evening. % poor fellow had no comeback

., French JUMBO SHRIMP $1.25 ? whatsoever. Mr. Editor, history
Fried .J will prove that all political cliques
break up sooner or later and
[In Dining Room Only
sometimes with a jail sentence or
< i two handed out. This applies to
small ones as well as large ones.
vFiM I I don't expect this to be printed 1 dpi, DIAPERS PURITAN

1 but either way I hope someone $3.50 ..
i I reads it and I only wish that I Birdseye ::;, :, : : .:.:
was able to write my mind about qJ '
the whole thing but my seventh 1.25 ABSORBIHE JUNIOR 69c = --
s grade education doesn't permitme. eliw
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4' Finest Western Ready for Beef.the Poultry.Holidays.lourCr.a. SHE USED 1.25 RETONGA 1.09 3 for 3.00nl ;?

... Cheeses, AlIlUad. 0' Bread.11s .
LEGIONNAIRE DOUG ROSE, : W. Church St. Tel 2-ZZZS brush
Opt 12:45Ta4orI of Voiture 45, Minneapolis, I 1.25 SERUTAN ..............-..76c
who tips the scales at over 350 .
L (sqJ IIs I\ # pounds, has what will inevit-,i i Aluminum or Plastic com .40 Colgate Tooth Powder 2 for 41c

op+lr JTds I ably be called a "quacking WALL TILE i

1 w< Now good time," as he takes his 154 Color Comb1 atloes. Bathroom I .60 MURINE EYE WATER The most effective and .teiMe-vM? of all!
i a pet duck for a stroll in New 49c
low ,::10.
complete as as _. household odor remove
I :: -L York where they are attendingthe m the cop end =ZsaGplr.:; work.
6 r American Legion conven-,II SCHERFER TILE CO. ANACIN Actually destroys odors; doesn't wenhf"mask" .
k N tion. S25 N. Orante Phone 2-2517 J y 19c" them No danger of spiffing. Keeps
J 1 I 1 '/-, air In the home, nursery sickroom, etc. a*
,I ;. "fresh You'll bo delighted
p.M. as a daisy.
_-:: 1.25 Clara Harris Cologne SOc with the fait action item!
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:. A rsar'as.u $. tvN Atodan.raa..r -
f .55 Clara Harris
A Shampoo 25c
; ...kiddedHUTTD ,
; ; ; 49<<:

ltllm" "Jungle Girl LAOS CANDY I
49c 20% Federal Tax on
Ir Toiletries & Billfolds ,

530 N. ORLANDO AVE. LtLe.jLeinc4 .75 NOXZSMA .49c j 4


,, own 6:45-Ntrr: :$ QUALITY FRESH-MADE CANDYAT LC 1 pt. COOKS 1068 SPRAY 69c l L50 :

ALAY LARD y, Comedy"oAm LOWEST PRICESVanilla .35 Limit '
t4CS31s7.L : : ,. Rosoliad Rassen :: Chiffon Two 25c --

or Chocolate Half lb. Cocoannt Half 1_. 1.95 Limit

Cream Fudge 25c Fruit Candy __ 25c I I I Tbii leaves sematioaal hair obedient cream shampoo, PEN 3 PENCIL SET One. 98c ::10.

> *<'r"'f'>v' >' '>''-< Ai> x r?' ''''' '" pliable, gleaming, and so Giant SizeColgate (i-)'
'Vanilla Maple or Strawberry Vlnina of ce ate pecam Hall ,?. I frees and dean. Easy to jQQ 41c Sf,.,0"i..

: ol ii Ones 115 Pecan Nougal _wv 25c 111. Cream Fudge 35c !: a -Ajar laats.longtime -* .50 LOTION Jergens 25c DRYAD T0HB; 39c -

Spe r.e f Itaute Pecan Half lb.I FREE

f tr ro ty tey Ir ". ,,1aN W'was + Stuffed [Dates __ _35c Praline Patties __35c

Roasted Cashew Not Half Ib. Raisin Half Ib. STROUD'S NO. 2

+. t later M Lodros r Mon M Choc. Clusters _45c Choc. Clusters .45c, STROUD'S NO. T

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'RITHMETIC: Students all over

Orlando lined up at their No reservations
schools yesterday to register ,

Rite-Way ShoesFOR for the Fall term Classes start : l J
I: Round Trip Fare-$2.50 Tax rhea
Monday Above pupils of Or- ; %

CHILDREN <. lando Senior High School wait :; 50c extra for a bathhouse if you desire to go swimming; S1G

outside the building for their I -

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I bulbs to Vienna catarrh and bar fever due to nasal coosre* .
turn u eeen today in reports of success witha
formula which bam the power to reduce \
nasal congestion. Men and women with FOR WEEK OF
I KIDNEYSMUST agonizing sinus headaches. clogged nostril
earache, hawking and sneezing misery tell
Pupils poured into Orange Coun- of blessed relief after using it. KLOROSOL,
costs 1300 but considering results this ia \ SEPTEMBER8th
i ty public sc-iools for registration
REMOVE not cxper-;iv+. amounts to only pennies per
doee. KLOOL: C..ution. we only as
,yesterday in such numbers that
directed) sad with money-back guarantee by a
IAIB4TS MACA2MC most principals did not compile t tt 8th to 12th
!McEIri 125 S. Orange
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ACIDS totals but available figures con- I 11, Mail Orders Filled. oC
I firmed predictions of County Supt. U S TOM I B
An Outstanding Value at this Low Price! Quant/' Help 15 Miles of Kidney Tubes I Also many other rUms net
f Judson B. Walker of enrollment s) I
materials .. excellent construction ..scientifically designed Flush Out Poisonous WasteIf ',higher than last year. SERVICE included in this adT.rtU.m.ntV

lasts to help young feet grow normally. These mean a lot of your yon 16 have miles an of excess kidney of tubes aeidsia may yourbloode be over I Kaley school reported 449 on the FRESH BLOOD "V .t.ran viQ b:e iquJr4 I* ,
worked.These tiny filters and tubes are work first day. as compared with 413 at present their dla'harps papers and
extra wear and sotisfad Oft. Good news for thrifty Mothers! a itate .n* eraersiup
inc day and night to help Mature rid CENTER arcs coaetrmay
your the end of the first month I la.A
.7.tem of excess acids and poisonous wastes and tb* p tpe oi to* fa-
When disorder kidney funetion permits year.Similar A raUST FOR I chat
. MOCCASINS-SCUFF. TIPS- PLAIN TOES" SADDLES !, Poisonous mayeauaggingbackacherhemuati matter to remain in your blood.it. figures for other reporting I

4 leg pains,loss of pep and energy,getting up schools were Winter JACKSONVILLE CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER
nights, swellingpuffiness under the eyes. Park elementary, 545 511; Pine 1
headaches and dizziness.Frequent or scanty Castle 356 317; :\It'mlr'll! l Ju- FREE JENERGYDo 115 Florida Ave.
Passages with smarting and burning some
nior High School 777, .85
times shows there Is
lour kidneys or bladder. wrong Pupils will revui'i :f sessions you feel like you are tied to a drag 1 Truck lift (hydraulic) 3 Motors sing!* cylinder gas i
Kidneys may need help the same as bowels.lo this mornir: ut: reg- everytime you try to do something? U 600 Sharing mirrors (metal & non-breakable glass)
owNM 33 S. Orange Aye. stimulant ask diuretic your druggist for Doan Pills.a ular class work t' so,don't let a low blood count bold you Sal to Priority Purchasers Sept. 8
Lens for over 60 years.used successfully Doan give by happy mil. -- down when you may fibre release cell.vibrant Orders from Priority Claimants wall b. received up to 2 P.M. and allocation made: in the following
to muscle
J relief and will help the 16 miles of kidney energy Every day every-every hour-millions of priorities sequence: 1-Federal Agencies Veterans World War U, 3-FWA & RFC 4-State & Local
-- --- tuba blood.flush Gct out P0!*""."**wsrte from jour Rev. Car er tiny red-blood-ccllg must pour forth Government 5-Non-Profit! Institutions
fills.ANGEBILT the marrow of bones to replace -
Named those that are worn-out. A low SET-ASIDE ITEMS FOR WORLD WAR H VETS ONLY
I fate blood count may affect you In several 1 Motor ((1/2 H.P) 34 House Trailers without wheels. 3 Motors (I/IK H.P.)
ways: no appetite, underweight. no 1 Motor ((1/10 H.P,) poor condition. 2 Motors (undirtermined rLPJ) C
lack of
) I Chlldroard resistance energy. a. run-down to Infection condition and disease. 2 Motors ((5 HJ) 89 Typewriters
PHARMACY I To get real relief you must keep up 2 Motors ((3/4 HJ) MEDICAL '-
The Rev. ';enter pastorof your blood strength Medical authorities.by 2 Cassette pass box ,
Orlando al Christian analysis of the blood have by positive -
27 N.ORANGE AVE. Church. was F '"d yesterdayby amazingly proof effective shown that In building SSS Tonic up low U TAMPA CUSTOMER Si;St VICE CENTER :

PHONE 9831 Gov. Caldvrc '1 .u; lee State Chil- blood strength In non-organic nutritional 310 N. Boulevard t
dren's Comm1 r'1, which was appropriatEd anemia. This Is due to the ESS
$;0.030 oy the 1947 Tonic and potent formula activating which ingredients.contains special 1 Stainless steel sink 14 Life tofts. S man (repairs 70 Hack saws
State Legislat to co-ordinate Also. SSS Tonic helps you enjoy the 1 Sausage stuffer needed) 248 Water buckets :
I youth welfare c'-'iviues!; food you eat by Increasing the gastric 7 Life rafts. 1 man (minor 11 Electric ions (DC) 44 Fire axes :
I Mrs Eldrid"e Hart of Winter digestive Juice when It Is non-organi- repairs needed) -t
._ cally too 1'ttle or acaut-thua the stomach -
7- !H H1 I Park also w s appointed; to the will have little cause to get balky SET-ASIDE ITEMS FOR WORLD WAR H VETS ONLY ,
20merabrY Both appointm"n with gas. bloat and give off that sour 1 Motion Picture projector 8 Meat blocks

'- -"e for. two years. food Don taste.wait Energize your' body with 79 Fishing Kits U Men's bicycles

SAN JUAN R A e 1 Library :' 'ards As rich vigorous red-blood.blood Start surges on SSS throughoutyour Tonic now. FIXED PRICE SALE Competitive Bid
whole body, greater freshness and J
I Students vho finished the required strength should make you eat better, Tampa Customer Service Center (Trade Lots)'
i number of books by the recent sleep better. feel. better, work better. Tampa. Honda SALE.
i closing of the Albertson Public play your better skin-have firm flesh healthy fill color out glow hollow In September 16th September 25th
DRUGS Library's Summer Reading places. Millions of bottles sold ToniC Material Locat.d at Government Owned Surplus ei
Club will receive certificates of bottle from your drug store. ESS Venice Army Air Field. Venice Florida Miscellaneous Items
SPECIAL I I merit at schools this falL helps Build Sturdy Health.
Inspection September 9. 10 11. 12. IS $292X00 Original Cost)
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$1.20Sal Hepatica 97c -- --- From 9 A.M. Until 4 P.M. BUCKINGHAM ARMY AIR FIELD
S" .5 S
The fallowing item will k
:e offered for sale Butcher
LUXOR SOAP knives, cleavers, meat choppers kitchen utensils. Myers. ;
60c: Bromo _Seltzer 57c lances, kitchen and mess tables: elite accessories Army fare ALL SALES TO BE CONDUCTED AT
hydranti. fare extinguishers, nurses desks mosquito I
75c: Agarol bars, pyrotechnic pistols, 1 blue printing machine, 1 BUCKINGHAM FIELD t
63c 4 Big Cokes q amonia economizer 1 Theodolite weather instrument 1 Ft. Myers. Flo.
f FOR TODAY'S ACTIVITIES" 10KVA Kobler automatic generator set. 1 portable pnea.malic Under Jurisdiction Tampa Consumer Ser.-ee
25c: Bisodol) Powder 19c [Bath Size] drill. 1 CenUbis portable paint sprayer and compressor
SUSPENDER SKIRT AND 1 paint sprarer (Bituminous emulsion). :215- Center.
I KW Diesel powered generator sets. Sale to Priority Purchasers: Sept S
25c: Bisodol Mints' 19c JACKET The following set-cord. items will be: sold te yetOrd.n torn Priority Claimants will be received op to S
OR BOLERO erans upon presentation ot .vtd.nc..1 honorable dis PM. and allocation made in the following pnonbei
35c Fletcher Castoria charge. sequence Federal Agencies. Veterans. World
31c September 16th through September 25th S War 0; 3-FWA & RFC. 4 State & Local Government
Non-Pioht Institutions
$1.00 Cardul 6 Handsize Cakes 288 Folding chairs 343 Desks 2527 Locker Sale ;
94c Non-Priority Purchasers
paxv Boxes ((25% set-aside) 5379 Feather pillows (50% :

34c Miles Nervine Tabs. 32c Regular N r aside All SaI't.) o.e_ Conducted at Tampa CustomeiService The first caT ot Sept.the sale 9.30.11312 will be: set aside fer priority
and aU preference buyers to buy at a predetermined
25c: B. C. and Stanback 21 $1.50 89' ( Center <
c f Subiect to the ioJowina priorities acceptable amount ior ach lot. On the day following
Value .. Y Federal Agencies Sept. 16 9 AM 12 the awards to the priority buyers, the residual property
25c: Ex-Lax t. Veterans ci World War H Sept 16 I PM' 4 PM will
21 c .' then be: eiiered to the normal channels oi trade by
(except sale of .t-c itirAM trade lots Priority and preference claimants may at
\: FWA Sept 12 all times participate on the same basis as aO oner
-- FFC Sept. 17 I PM 4
eligible buyers. Items in the of Regional &
State & local governments Sept. 18 9 AM 12 National Veterans Set-Aside wiH be sold exclusively to
\ \\\ Non-profit Institutions Sept 1 18 1 PM' 4 Veterans oi World War U on September 8 upon proof
I '' All other buyers Sept 19 to Sept. 25 ei discharge.

You Wouldn't Take l lv CATALOG LISTINGS


Your Watch. to a Plumber ,
Priority September S F" .d Pric.
t .
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t + t D.ctrica1Transformers S7U7S d to Special ListinNonPriority
October 17 No. JXL 61.155

Priority August 29 Fixed Price
If your watch stops running. Electrical Equipm.a6 $71.137 & to Special Listing
MiaceUcmeolll.: Products NOIl.Priority October 10 No. In 16-153 i
or runs too fast or too slow, you Buy.n !

3 take it to the finest'repair shop
a I
Priority September 2Z F"1ud Price
you can find. Why shouldn't $10.95 Hardware & General S51.2tZ 4 to Spe Listing

t Products Non-Priority October 3 No. JXL 16-15Z ,
you give your body the same Buyers

L consideration give
you your Transformers for as. m AA CIalle. Fixed Price

watch? Too often when illness tImonmelt Welding $51.1" of Continuous Special Offering

You'll be the proudest gal In town or country tries.. Machines Buyers No. IIeo 1.201
cornea, we to well-meaning friends
answer -
forth on that big date
you go wearing our new.
the can of the patent medicine vendor. The wonderful skin and bolero ensemble. Suspenderskirt CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER .
correct thing to do is to consult your physician. In black or brown rayon pin check with sun- VISIT. WRITE: OR PHONE YOUR NEAREST

He alone can bunt pleats and bolero jacket; in sizes 10-la.
your trouble prescribe CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER .
an e.
proper treatment.We are ready at all times to fill Another of Honeys clever leafs/ 3 AJ4. to .4 P.M Monday Through Friday

your prescriptions properly. (Not a Retail Store) 1

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sedwvt'D Miami Ta.a
L We Furnish :: Clothe. IIS Fiends A..m. M1 N.E. ti AT*. II' N. Be.leTUi
.1 I Free Delivery from Either Store l The Nome Family JackM..il1t i-Zlt:: Miami !"*" Tsm/a ue4 JA-Z5I

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PHONOGRAPH RECORD SALESLADYAssociated i SPECIAL 9x12 All-Wool Carpet ... $32.50

9 Stores has need for an outstanding record All-Wool Carpeting: %1" and 36" runners; 9". U"
.ImrkMjwHkritvmim saleslady-This person must hav. good selling experIence and IS" widths.
XTo oed| record selling if possible. or a knowledge of music Asphalt Tile: B. C. and D Groups and cove face.
......,. .v tie -Must have pleasant personality neat appearance. anda i
'e"'pwo Congoleum, 6' and 9' width; Inlaid and Battleship Linoleum.
; permanent resident of Orlando-Position offers real
: opportunity and excellent pay- t Sink Top Rubber.3 ft.width.Corrugated Rubber J
a..f I Runners. black and maroon. 3 ft. width. Grass
{ See Mr. Wyre Immediately Rugs. all sizes.AMERICAN .


1)3 :N. Orange Ave. 863 North Orange Ave. Phones 2-2488 and 2.21533MoreDays -
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Grade A two-panel doors )
jlahogany and Gum DoorsFirpine .
Ualtex: Plywoods
Framing, Sheeting and Sidings

THOMAS T T .. ''i I' iw..4 "t'

LUMBER CO. VETERANS-1.750 OF THEM-turned out at uled to last o-days all the cars and trucks i 1 1s.

Orlando Army Air Base yesterday to buy 232 were sold by 3 p.m. Above, lineup of ex-- fl "
JSl IV. Gore TeL 4107 service men waiting to establish priority. Inset
surplus vehicles from the War Assets Administration I
Okeechobee who drew first
I J. H. Hamrick,
I Although the sale was sched- chance at the vehiclesArmed j
GUS .e .
I Two Orlandoans Face 0 s. '
i OI / .
SERVICEUsed t Gambling Charges For Slumber Time Comfort

Refrigerators I Forces Leave Bonds :+ Sam H* Clark 42, of 446 S. .
Bought and SoldPromptEUicienlReasonable Cashed for resgistered owners Parramore St.. and James Henry I COTTON PRINT PAJAMAS
i only. Bring original separation II Clark 51, of 547 W. Yale St., were -

We repair all makes and types I papers for Ideutification. at liberty yesterday under $1,000 Q l
bond each on charges of operat- ,.s
Foae Don't Gas Fuss FONE 7726 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT ORLANDO II ing a gambling house. Several 1.98Pleasant In
I arrested on chargesof i
Backed by 20 years experience I Capital and Surplus One Million Dollars other persons
SM KLHL: AVE. UXUBEB: FEDERAL DEPOSIT DiITJILANCB CORPORATION possessing lottery tickets, were I dreams in Sears tuck.knit
I ts
J 11 released pending investigation.
I ; c. of fine of comb cot ,
----.;, ; tj pajamas quality
j jPJ
I It ;, ton. Cozy 2-piece over blouse "butcher jI I
II II I ,+ boy" or tuck in styles. All seams
I 4 a L3dti double stitched for added wear. ; i ian

7 I ; _i Dainty print patterns in red. blue or
1r a ',r ? .' oink. Sizes 8 to 16. -

t Infants' Department Floor
tt ;rho
osstta I 1 't F' t:

is I 1 f White Cotton Slipsfor LOse

Miss Sub-Deb / I Iin
.ex / air

Just Like 98c om.

sportswear separates? ,. Cash-At Sears re
R :> s Perfect-fittin slips for school

Use It Anytime j, 'k r < and Sunday best. Exceptionally ire

with a college background i k batiste firm.slips with quality ruffled cotton bottom ,, tat

,. ,-: and lace trim. Sizes 4 ;*.

i to 14. !Itarn
I Infants' Dept.-1st Floor ""

classics of
young A or

Boys' Wash Suits tot r-

t f' '; I Sizes 1 to 6 1.98 th=

featuring colorful 3 ; s tor school and play these Boys DON'T FORGET
wash suits of Broadcloth and 9k
r Poplin are Just the thing sturdy, .
long wearing in assorted colors. SCHOOL OPENS SEPT. 8th
corduroy mix-mates at
_-:.- + I s Sizes 1 to t Similar to ianstragon.s )f
Infants' Floor ,
I Dept.-1st

'\\c 4.1: r:1 rTT -i Broadcloth tt p 1&f

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II I I bA fz ,
Dress Shirts
a a
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: I Sizes 14 to 17 = f t 1t
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> i\1 t II I I :I 3.95 3 ? 4t t j

2t Boy's Western Belt Boys' Pullover Fine cotton broadcloth dress II ; ;
shirts that are tailored for t'Sizes
t 79c Sweater style and comfort. Cool for !//f 11 ?

22 to 32 in 2.98 warm weather sanforized. -/ i -
Sizes 8 to 18
Boys like these cowboy belts of Sizes 14 to 17.
Don't miss these 100% wool
genuine steerhide and they're
loiter priced at Rears. Jeweled sweaters at this economy traitsMen's Furnishings-1st Floor
styles. Size zz to 32 Popular ribbed "V" neck
r and bottom. choice of assorted
The Jacket-topi everything Boys' Dept,-1st Floor colors Sizes 8 to IS.
from a skirt to an evening Boys' DepL-1st Floor
dress! Demure double- ........
breasted style with big r--
", metal buttons and a
: provocative swing to the
I flare backl! Kelly,
dark green gray red
J or brown. Sizes 12 to 18 \ }

,0' "8.95 t l i

The Skirt-to match or
contrast. Sizes 24 to 30 t


\ k'. Flannel Sldrt-ol faroou Men's Dress Belts -- -- Summer Socks Corduroy Sport Hat

Parker Wilder quality. Colorful Ties
>p Popular fly-front style. Sizes 30 to 40 1 1.50 Assorted 95c Sizes 10 to 12 29c P r. Pre-Blocked
/ I C Black brown dark greenor
Patterns Right for football or a hunting
l t S royal blue. 24 to 30 Smart looking dress belt that are Rayon and cotton dress socks for trip. stitched brim, ribbon sweatband -
made 41f fine quality leather that For stylish beautiful neckwear see, summer comfort. In regular or Made of narrow wale cor.
2.98 will last you through the years! these colorful ties in a variety of slack length. Assorted colors. duroy. Tan brown, red. Sues C9.
Assorted styles U black, brown patterns and desifns. Priced to Sizes 19 to 1Z to 1'2.
and tan. Sizes 30 to 40. at your budget.
Men's Furnishings Floor Hen's Farnisl aCh-lst Floor
Tuck-Front Blouse-with Hen's Furnishings Floor Men' Furnishings Floor _

/ a new johnny collar. I

aqua Crisp or rayon black.In white II I If < ? Rayon .Robes r ji
4 ,
32 to 38 Styled by Pilgrim i., :

2.98 I 4 1i \b ,For Real Lounging"J ,

I u Comfort! ,
Triumph Beret-ovc
Glen Plaid Skirt-whh the little budget beret to be
. new long ond-full lookl worn many ways. Wrapped I s. l'w' 8.95 tJ L
Grand for class or office. individually In a
Gray or.brown 24 to 30 cellophane bagl Choose < .
More than robe; it's an invitation
$4.98 from 11 new colon) I .1 si to relax-a guarantee Cotton Twill Hat.Western. Style Billfold
of comfort. Full Pilgrim
$1.29 styling; pays close attention to Pilgrim -1 r.7JHere's QC Genuine 5.flfl
Classic-wife natural body lines. Rich Quality Calfskin
Shirt plus tax;
o: solid color maroon or blue
long .....e.. WWte -"': a striking sport-time buy.
with matching sash. Shawl
Fine cotton twill hat for smart Western style wallet of attractiveI
pink. aqua red or green rayon' .. '__- .-.-' ;I collar. 3 pockets. Small medbead protection. Assorted colon. embossed calfskin. Edges hand-
tissue oille. 32 to 40 .. lam and large sizes. Contrasting pugaree band. Sizes laced with. leather. Zipper and
Men's Furnishings. Floor'Sacra:s Furnishings Floor Men Furnishings-1st Floor

.;s-.lf,; .-''*''''' back. .IEARS14e Seato &cutj Paymext 1'/ait.- Stet W .-p" Bath SEARS -'Zf4e Seat* eet49 Payment Plan?

: Orange ct Washington Phone 9813 1 Hour Free Parking in Rear of Store I Orange at Washington Phone 9813 1 Hr. Free Parking In Rear 0{..store




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I Quick/ Support Checks Stocks Tumble f During Brief Set/I off! ; r

I[ 20 (Drlanito iHanting rnttnH Friday September 5 II
Aircraft Extra and Page T947

fl Closing'Stock Ii I Eggs Poultry -

Quotations JACKSONVILLE (CAP Florida nearby
fresh eegs:

STOCKS IN THE SPOTLIGHT 1 Armour & Co ___ 81 14% 13%. 13% I!I i All sales to retailers: Nd WL Cur.Jdkt Hospital To Graduate 14 Nurses II

Issues Hold On YORK AP) Salt closing price Assd Dry Goods n 44 15% 14".. 15 i'!, Grade A Net do*, in Crta.

NEW Chang. of the 14 most active Atch T & SP __u 5 83% 81".. 82 Large ___________h___ 24 02 66 69
and net. Atl Coast Line ___ 1 50'. SOT. 60!. Medium __ 210.. 66 61
tacks yst.daykrd : 4.Comwlth Atl Refining __.:'- 9 35.. 35% 35% Small __ __nUn___________ 18 os 47 SO Fourteen student nurses will tion dance in the Orlando Country Ruth Geneva Norman.
25.900-414 Atlas Corp ____ '7 23'. 23% 23% ___ __ Mou1tr1e
n Extra lar? 26 os up 68 71 Ga. Maxine *
.. 1S.100-3V4 %* n Frances
MAUHCTS AT A GLANCE Sou 10.100-3 no. Avco Mfg _____ __ 17 5% 5 6 i i, Sales direct to consumers: graduate 'from Orange Memorial Club tonight and Baccalaureate ; Peace. Alma

STOCKS Lavort NEW aellixv YORK hits leaden..O""D United St Regis. Corp Pap .600-10. Mu Bald-Loco- ___ 13 17!'. 17% 174 Grade A Per Net Wt.dot Cur.tn Crts M.U Hospital on Friday Sept. 12, at services will be held Sunday at ,i lanta.Ga., and Grace Elmore TayIo ,. At-

"" & D.oreiiedi rail in late oed Chrysler. TTOO-S t.SoconyVae I'e. Bait & Ohio ___ 58 13% 12% 12% ,' Large _____hnun_ 24 ox 75 79 'ement exercises in the ': 7:30 pjn. in the First Presbyterian i 1
M.COTTON. 7.40O-1.MI. I Bendlx Aviat ------ 8 32". 31% 31% I Medium _____n_______ 21 os 67 71 commen Am Woolen "0039'1 Be.t Foods __ 8 25 24!. 24% i, Rose Simmons Educational Bldg. I Church. 'hOSPital
: Hi.Hon mill buying andWHEAT *... nn SmaU nu________ 18 ox 54 58 medical staff
...... .... U S StMl C.700-69 1 *.. Beth Steel -- 21 87% 85V, 85% i Extra large _u_______ I 26 ox up 78 82 it was announced by the hospital'sBoard ; by the Nurses' Alumni Assn. principal win bp
.... NY Central C.TOO-14V4 Blaw-Knox ::::: 10 154. 14% 14% | speaker at the
bu.in.sLCOftN Florida
Firm: weocI .r 1 dressed sales to retailers to consumers Graduating after three years of COln-
Sunray. Oil S.OOO-11V. Boeing Airplane ___ 25 18%* 17% 18 of Governors. mencement
: C.....< m." after makintky .>1Wt.qd : exercises.
"all.OAT Gen IE...... S.9OO-361. V Borden Co __nn 7 44 44 44 Dressed Live Members of the graduating class I, student training at the hospital
.. Ohio 5.800.121. 14.Armour ; __
alt Bora-Warner 23 SOVi 48% 49%
I.m0yl $.P4SAS- u and DrmwnFryecs
.. Co S.70O-1M Vfc Branlff Airw ... 5 8 Ira 8% 8% will-be honored at a pre-gradua- are:
_. __ _
Red 1 Ib 26 48
MOOS Active a ad unevenly steady t. Sinclair Oil S.6OO-1S?* 1.. : Bridgeport Brass .. 6 13'. 13.. 13% Broilers Red 1%-2 up lb., -n... 25 48 __ I Frances Wadsworth B e g g s. Burglars Get $213

rs cents liinen to* $2 .SO. Brian MI* ___nO 11 34V. 33% 33'. Hens heavy: _. 40 42 Madison Fla.; Edith Betty Bryant -.
weak to low. I r DOW-JONES AVERAGESNEW Budd Co ---- 52 11% 11 11 Hens light 40 I! At Green Tree
CATTLE chow :steers Steady U1.TS.to : on YORK UP) Buiova Watch ==== 1 31% 31% 31% -_ 33 Huntcrs Welcome Son Detroit; Reva Jeanette Cope- Grill

Oven High Low CloM Net Ch. Burling Mills _n_ 31 1ST. 18% 18% Mr. and Mrs. Vernon D. Hunterof land and Nancy Neal both of Or- \ Approximately $213
iTliU. 178.7J 178.84 176.57 177.27 Off 1.12sssgs Burr Add Mach _.. 7 13% 13 13 CLOSING COTTON was re-
NEW YORK (APJ A fast but 45.1* off 1.13 : 151 S. Orlando Ave., Winter lando; Maryann Catherine Cross- ported stolen from the "
CCalit Green
NEW YORK (AP) Cotton futures yesterday !
short-lived sell-off tumbled leading :: ::: ;:: : ;ss:: ;ss:: 35.50: off 0.22 I Pac kina ... 10 32 31% 31% closed with gains of 80 rants to SI.6O Park, have announced the birth of Icy, Miami: Frances Dickey. Mont- Grill 371 N. Orange Ave.. tee
': 55 St.... 54.21 54.28 63.30 63.58 off ..80 : Callahan Z-Lead ..17 2% 2 2% a. b-l. as. ..e00'test mill S uyingas. 0 short 11 verde Doris Inez Frier. DeLand; nesday Wtd-
stocks to two or more a son weighing five pounds ; night. Det.
one 50.0.. Clo*. Net C" Can Dry O Ale _n 3 15% 15% 15% covering .....dill' absorbed profit taking and. Chief T.. s.
points in yesterday's market but 1 40 ._41. u__ __ __ __ 102.H off 0.05 Canad Pacific ____ 36 11% 11 11 I hedging. The market was helped by. less (CLARK GABLE in ounces at Orange Memorial Hospital Dorothy Mary Gadder New York; Rose said yesterday. The money
soon arrived and stemmed 10 ht Rails ________.109.95.... 0.01 Carrier Corp un_ 20 17%. 16% 17 i favorable. reports on tho effect of the starring :yesterday. Hunter is district Helen Jane Houriet. Live Oak; was taken from the cash
Raili 11.05.4(0.11 Case (JD Co ____ 4 38 37%. 37 weather 1 Boom Town which Sunday ttlister!
10 2nd nn- u % last month on the cotton crop. I starts '
the retreat. 10 Ut.l. ______.101.00 of. 0.05 Caierpil Tractor -- 2 56% 56% 56% Lower crop ideas in some quarters and I manager of the Florida Theaters Flora Mae Mooney. Winter Garden -| after entry had been made

10 Ind. ___ ____________.103.sSoff 0.08 Celanese Corp ----- 40 26 25% 25% I Southern advices. stating that farmers will I : at Beacham Theater. here. 1 ; Priscilla Ann Moore Atlanta; through a side window.
Offerings turned urgent for Transaction in stocks ued i ill a..ragee Celotex Corp ___u 16 28'. 27'. 27'.. start placing cotton in the Government ____ __ _h_ ------ ---
about 20 minutes In the second yesterday': Industrial.. 11.500; roils. 41.- Con Foundry: u__ 7 9'. 9% 9% loan if prices sag to 28 or 30 cents a I ----
!900; utilities. 19.9OO! ; total 133400. j Cerro De Pas __ __ 4 30% 30 30 pound. also induced ."mn.... Private.
hour after mild early irregularity.The I Certain-Teed Prod 18 17% 16% 16*. crop estimate. were mixed with one forv- : 'ItIiI( STOP/ PONT CUT THAT THE/ HAVE A SOCIETY ALL PIGHT, NOW ESSJtMG' _

pace then slowed and extreme NEW YORK (Ap) Stocks Ches & Ohio 23xd 46% 46 46'. cat placing the crop at 12.048.000 bale '__ CAKE MSWOODLEci. !T ,;:,. FO(? PREVENTION OF YOU!? KNIFE..I _
reduced in the ACF-Brtll Mot 4 8 7% 7 a Ch M Sp & Pac .h 11 9% 8% 8% while another anticipated 11.634.000 bales, I' LOCK AT ThE iSEAU'11FIJL 7 ,
declines were maJority Air Reduction ==:= 14 28% 28% 28% Chi & NW "n__ 13 19'. 18% 19 or about. 200.000 bale und.r the Government ,: CAkC QUIC3C. ci. IS ILL.AND I BAKED -y-i. C5JELTYTOANIMALS BAKED T.VO CAKES
of cases In the close. A few Alaska Juneau ____ 4 4'. 4% 4% Chrysler Corp __u 77 59% 57'.. 58 Au". 8 forecast of 11.844.OOO Yv > THAT CAKE FCC HEC BUT NOTFOC?
aircraf and special issues were : Alleehany Corp n_ 8 3V, 3%: 3% Cit FInan ____n 8 45% 45 45 '1 There war further evening up MAMA MADE.N% GET t'E A ii '
j' Allnc Lad Stl _on 5 35'. 35!. 35... -lev El Ilium n___ 4 41'. 41% 41% tions.in nearby October futures .. ,b"1 i \\ PEOPLEPI2ST.GO -
resistant. Transfers of 870.000 AICh-mDt ... 3 1841 HJ84 184% Coca Cola ____n_ 4 182 "181% 181".. ing first notice day. iI \
shares compared with 650,000 j Alh -Ch .Ua __ 25 37% 37 37 Colgate Palm P 12 46% 45% 45'. I $ :
Open High Low
1 Am Airlines --42 8'.. 8!% 8% Col Fuel & IT __ lOad 15'% 14'. 14.... !i uast ,, t.J ) e74
Wednesday and were the largest Am Cable & R.d 4 gS gS 5 Colum G & El ____ 39 11'. 11% 11.. i'' Oct.D4*. 31.32 31.00 31.60 31.30 30.9S 31.27 31.17 31.4244 up up 16-1 23 I I! 'E c.!:: '
since Aug. 15.Uquldatlon. i Am Can u_ 3 % % 87 Coml Credit __nn 6 46'. 45"45% I' March 30.8 31.15 3O.S3 31.10 up 28i .yiL
Am Car & Fdy ._.. 3 49 48'. 48'. Coml Solvents _Un 13 25\. 24'. 24'. j i May $ 30.80: 30.52: 30.74: 25 I ;
came from brokerage :' Am & For Pow ... 3 34 3% 3V.Am Comwlth Edis h 11 30 29'.. 29'. 29.81 up C
July 29.82 30.05b u.24
customer as well as professionals Home Prod _n 18 24 23'. 24 Com with & South 155 3'. 3% 3',.. OeL 2a.00 28.35 21.98 2a.22b 32Middlng
Am Locomotive ... 11 22 2.'. 21' : Cons Edison _hn_ 17 25% 254. 25% i up
who apparently were Am Pow & Lt un 21 11 10.. 10.. Cons Vultee Un_ 19 13% 13 13\\% spot_32.55n off 10. I I 'I'
disappointed by the recent do- Am Rd & St 8 26 14". 13'. 13'. i con Bat-__n_____ 11 14% 14'. 14'. -'om.n.; bid. I % ,
Am Roll Mill n___ 30 32 30'a 31'. Cont Can ________ 6 37 36% 36"% II \ (
nothing market performance. >:! Am Smelt & R ____ 14 61 60 50'4 Cont Motors _nn_ 40 7% 1'% 7*. NEW ORLEANS, (AP) Cotton futures advanced -t-r1 i' o
Accounts also were unloaded because Am Stl Fdrs _____ 10 30'. 29s 29'. Cont Oil Del __u__ 14 45'. 44's 44% her. yest.rdayon. trade. buying i
the darkening Am Sugar Rd ____ 2 40 40 40 Corn Exchange __1.10 55% 55% 55 and short coo.""0. Closing price were
of pessimism over Am Tel & Tel _on 23 159. 158 159 Corn Products _u__ 8 63% 62'. 62'. steady. SI to 1.3S a. bale.. higher. Principal I
international economic situation i Am Viscose _____ 9 53% 52>o 53 Crane Co hh__ 17 34 32'.. 33., reason. for the demand. were .exceptionallythe I .
and apprehension regard- ; Am Wat Wks _u__ 25 16% 15'.. 15". Crucible Steel n___ 4 26". 26'.. 26% temperature. in Western port.ona o.
Am Woolen ______ 70 41 39 39". Curtis Publish- ____ 42 109'. 10 the cotton belt and Washington report. indicating _
ing the domestic business picture I Anaconda Cop _on 23 35% 34?. 34 Curtis Wright _u_ 38 5'. 5"5'', that the Commodity Credit Corp. 1rTnnhlfuiIff: IWAJr'KtJ&lIFJIF TO LOS Y TtIEN 60 CIECH. %M'-G44, AN V vat) ttout 'g't POJUSTICE
in view of tapering exports and I Cutler-0-Hammer _n 3 26'% 2626.% ; was .considering 200.000 bates the. purchase of new crop of an cotton additional -'- TO GIVE VOOBOVcUME ANGELES ANP oirrFrr I AT Tt1 MOIJJTAII-J BY Til'WAY- JUSTicE 1 TOANV 6AT

the wage-price spiral. A prop was 48 1-2. International Harvester ,, Deere! & Co _n___ 17 40... 39 39 (for Japan. WELL., MISS M.&Lu TUF YOURSELF WITH THE I aotr OTE&. wtEEJ Y YOF5ELF THESE NEW )ITPsTREAwlLwJE
provided by timid short covering : at ;:'Del Lack & West __ 14 7% 7' 7% Offering were light during the greater GUIDED OPERSETTING RNEST OP EVENI" & JACK. VENP l' 5 VERAL 5W1O% .X. CUE SAu .
and investment demand based on i I 2 5-8 at 84, McIntyre Porcupine' Detroit Edison ____ 5 24 23% 23% part of the session despite private estimates NOW THAT YOU WITH A LAVISH C30WNS ANPSPORTS wEc-Nc ;-- sUffS-nIcg&'S gYfl4SWG -
2 at 54. Union Pacific 1 3-4 at 138. DIM Corp Seal ___ 13 15 14% 14'. i I putting the indicated. yield above ASS TW AAOST WARD ANt? TI4EN 'SET A F. ATAT1IME SUIT';., 'c *
the belief the list was in technical Dome Mines .____ 15 20% 20 20*. i I 'the last. official estimate. 1 1St..n9th I 1tIE TRAP FOR. TM' .soari (- -
Allied Chemical 1 3-4 at 1-4. LUSCIOUS 51.08-IDE ROBP.
Douglas in the wheat market also
4 57 57
% 57
shape to put on a comeback if the u I' '
69 and Beth 1 Dressed __ 'caused buying.. ISlE EVER.0'EN .aJACI' '
U. S. Steel 1 5-8 at Indust n 6 18 17% 17% I f- I '
news is propitious. Another batchof the off- duPont de N nn_ 8 190% 189% 190Eastern I! Spot cotton closed steady $1 a bale higher 1 < -.4- 7 :
85 3-4. On '
good dividends was ignored by lehem 1 5-8 at -E- with middling IS/16th inch quoted at -, I ; ,

side a point or more were Youngstown Air L. _____ 14 18'. 18% 18% i 31.45 cents a pound. Sales amounted to :' :: -
the majority of issues concerned. I
Eastman Kodak I 2,218 bales.. 'Cz .
27 .
43% 42' 42%.
n :
Sheet at 67 1-4. Chrysler 3
Associated Press 60-stock i' El Power & Lt ____ 15 17 18% 16% Open High Low Close '2 '-'- -
composite was off A of a point 58. J. I. Case 37 1-4. Deere 39. ,Emerson E1 M _u__ 2 12". 12%. 12% 1 Oct. -- 31.27 31.54 31.21 31.43-47 up 20 :3i "S -'
Erie RR ____ __ 16 9. 9% 9\. _
!j Western Union 23 3-8. Anaconda hn Dec. _u 31.00 31.23 30.91 31.15-18 up 27 i =
at 61.6. a low since June 30. __ _
1 I versharp n ___ 7 14*. 14\. 14Va I March ...30.85 31.14 30.84 31.08 up 26 *
It was the widest dip since Aug. \' 34 38. Union Carbide 105. Santa -F- I May. --___30.54 30.7S 30.50 30.72b UP 25 i- 'i\Vi
25. The market was the broadest '! Fe 82. Southern Pacific 42 5-8. '| Farm Tel. & Rad __ 9 6'", 6'. 6'. I July -----29.83 30.13 29.83 30.07 UP 27NEW I 11.c; ; m1' '- 4.p
Firestone T & R __ 10 SO 4B'. 48'. B-bid.i
since July 29. Of 1.007 issues reg- ; Southern Railway 36 3-8. Great'II FUntkote _nu__ 13 34. 33% 33%

uterine 742 fell and only 112 ad-1 Northern Railway 39 1-4 the newly 'Florida Pow __ 12 15% 15%. 15% aF T
-0- AP) Average Price :
'ftDC@d. |I split Norfolk & Western 61 3-8. Gen Cable ____ 18 11'. 11V. 11% middling lS/16ths-inch cotton at 10 Southern 3c-r'// :
Packard Motors the Illinois Central 25 3-8. American I' Gen Elec ___ 58 36% 36% 36% spot markets yesterday was 35 cent. a .Th1'rA47lEYE \ :
was day'sliveliest ;i Woolen 39 5-8. International Paper Gen Motors ______ 45 59.. 57'. 58'. bale higher at 31.91 cents a pound; average .
sprinter coming out on1 I: Gen Pub Utn __ 26 14% 13% 13% for the Past 30 market days. 3I.1S.

blocks of as much as 15.300 shares. \I 47 and Pepsi-Cola 29 5-8. Gillette Sat R ____ 10 27 26 Vi 26V, Middling 7/Bths-mch average 3O.34 cent cozaFcuzz! 1fffi M TVB NEXT au.viEea.TWEY wu. cWVBZY
Gunbel Bros ____ 26 23 22 a pound. ) -
% 22
It touched a 1947 bottom and finished Cunningham Drug was up five I Goodrich BF) _____ 17 53% 52% 52% 4 LIE'S llE )ISX7.A'O 17441' irolIm-%UP4.S LEE. I 5aIEbG

off 1-8 at 4 3-4. I I points at 53 on 200 shares following Goodyear T & R ___ 18 44% 44 44% CHICAGO LIVESTOCK 10I 1 9 ;f HAWM, races nw FS5ss4 AUovEfcTu& PUCEAKP -- 47l4WEYI ar LEAST i AM A 5.es> OPVEMdJNCE

an extra and 100 per cent I Graham-Paige oMt 21 3!. 3% 3 .1 < EOE CCW-P B& BEVOXC*AW ONEOF TI.M..I'LL OM THE MiTdT ANMOyiN OfKf ESEIVSL \
Noblitt-Sparks conceded 3 1-4 CHICAGO UP) (USDA) Hogs 8.500. Ac- ]
I Gt Northn Ry PI .. A ThL '
| 9 4039'. 39 Ie: U4 P 'tOAt! LI4C1 "d"l "EZZt
stock dividend. A proposed split- Greyhound Corp 49 10 '. tive; weights 260 lbs down steady to ISo
{ 9 .
up lifted Woodward Iron 1-2 at'1 Gulf Mob & Ohio 22 12% 11% 'higher; heavier 25-75C higher. Sows strong i IE: vaIl at CIAZZ 7AIlE TilE T Ai otiC -... -f. -S
INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU BUY Oil I Gulf Oil ____u__n_ 8 69% 69% 91.1 to 25c higher Bulk good and choice 180-I I s .. ma wcnJ'i 1 t'PLc// .. \ I L -- 1 : .
12. Pacific Western
60 was up
280 lbs barrows and lilts 27.75-28.35: : top :

1 7-8 at 39 3-4 and Skelly Oil 1 7-8 :i Hue''HMfIf __u___ 23 6'. 6% 28.50. 280.310 lbs 26.75-28.00; heavier I : ..;'.- c+Ta '
transactions. ''Houston i' Oil __ ___ 12 23. 22% 22..1 weights scarce. Load 531 Ib 25.50. Good 11 S
at 82 on meager :! u 1 "
I and choicesows 350 lbs down mostly | .
( -
| Hudson Motor ___ 20 17 1616% i' a- c ;
1'Z '
Small plus signs were retained by I i: -1- 24 00-25.25. Few light sows on butcher : I x,

0 Glenn Martin. 1'Illinois Central __ 34 26 order 25.50-25.75. Sows 350-400 lbs 22.75- !
s.. Your Boeing and 25". 25% '
lot Harvester 7 ,,24.25; 400-450 lb. 21.7523.25.Cat'le < (\ )
85 84 84 ioei :
'Homo TownAgent Railway bonds softened. At Int Nick Can _= = 21 25'. 28'. 28V4 i I> 5000: calves 700. Fed steers and 7 rf/ ,

Chicago wheat rose 1 1-4 to ,, Int Tel & Tel __ 48 11%. 10'. 10 :heifers steady to weak. Demand still broad i Is' d
-JI for highly finished cattle however. Nothing
A HOME.TOWN TRANSACTION I 3 1-4 cents a bushel corn was \I Johns-Manvllle 12 43% 42(. 43 .1 strictly choice here in steers. Low- 15CI -I' _
off 1 1-4 to up 1 and oats up j Jones & I, Stl 25 32% 32'. 31" choice offerings topped at 3375. but strictly '
Joy Mf. -_n__ 3 36% 354 35% choice 950 Ib heifers brought 32.50. Most
3-8 to down 3-8. Cotton was |
1, -KKennecott- I good to low-choice steers and yearlings I &4A

ahead 80 cents to $1.60 a bale. Cop ____ 38 45% 44 44% I I 265033.00; comparable hellers 26.00-31 00. S
Bondholders of On the losing side of the curb -LLaclede 1 offerings at latter price scaling 883 lbs.Cows I ,
!i Gas 18 6% 5" 5'. bulls and vealers steady; cutters
were American Gas. Brazilian I Lehigh C & N =-=: 6 10% 10'10% i I 24 00 down Good bert cows 20 50. Heavy
Traction. Creole Petroleum" Fan- i''Llb-O-P Glass __On 12 51% 50% sausage bulls to 19 00. Vealers 24 00 down. TWERE.TIiRILUI-t T' SEE GEORGE WASMINGTOWSy-! DO ?- ( AUZ.L USE RAM FREBXM O' FREEDOM O"SPEECH DOTT: MEAN X

Chicago Rapid-Transit steel. Pepperell. United Light Solar I Libby McN & L __ 20 8a 8'.. 50'.1 Sheep 2000. Higher askinc prices delayed NAME-WRIT? BY HAND-O'i TM'TH'CORN-STlT-OOSr /ALAk DOfTIK Sff: CH TiOUSC UP HtS'N.3 t tNO ANYONE CX US IS FREE T'SHUr
i Liggett & Myers __ 3 86', 86. : trade. Scattered early: sales good ANYONE WHO GOTA WF 'RUNT -
Aircraft and Northern States i Loews Inc unn 19 20% 20V 20% : and choice native Spring lambs fully soc ruSTAMENDMEMT WHICH GUARANTEES ? LIKE HIS 'lAWp( Bl.AWP-c l'J.l"Mw !
Chicago Railway Co. Power "A." Wentworth Mfg. was j' Lorillard (P) __u__ 34 18% 18 18 higher at 2575.: Bulks lambs held for ALL AMERICANS FREEDOM 0' SPEEC-4.'.' SPE-EO-I? I-SE'S IDEA!! EVFnrOKEGOTTH'RJGHTTTHANK: '
I IM greater advance. Short load good and 'I AGINWHUTr ( : Al9cf'Y KIN J.EARWfIUT SAl HlA1-IRLGARDLESSF.!
up a shade on an increased dis I[ Mack Trucks ___n_ 5 55*) 54% 54% choice 101 Ib :yearlings about 50c higher HE'S A-SAYIN :'4
bursement. Turnover here was : Maey .. lOad 36% /35'. 36% at 21 00. Slaughter ewes. market not established : S.-._ _
Final Court decision has been made 1 Marine Midland ... 9 7%. 7 7'% I 1 : asked more than 9.00 for best. \
covering she ol all properties of 200.000 shares versus 160,000 Wed- 'j Marshall Field -- S 29 28% 28'. ---- 5.1ft 3 'I kwf4jv
nesday. Martin (GL) n____ 14 16H 16 16% I '
named Companies. Claims of t CURB STOCK LIST
Bondholders should be settled I Mld-Cont Pet _n 20 43% 42% 43 j I
soon. i Mo Kan Texas 12 5% 5% 5'% Furnished through courtesy Merrill I'I
I Monsanto Chem __ 15 58'. 58 58"% Lynch Pierce Fenner and Beane: '3
Holders of the old Bonds are invitedto Dial 2-3748 Vfontgom Ward __ 30 60% SlY 59 Aluminum Co. of Amer. 56
ask for details of amounts to be I 4'v'e T Murray Corp __ 7 12% 12% 12 ViNashKelvinator Amer. Ga. & Elec. 38 :3e
paid en each Bond and how to collect -N- j Amer. Light & Traction 18%.

these payments. Orlando's PIoneer 30 16% 16%o 16%' Ark. Nan Gas A. _hU____ 5%
Nat Airline. 7 12% 12% 12% Ashland Oil & Re!. .1_ 12'.
Nat Auto Fib 2 11 10'. 10"%" Atlantic Fisheries 5'.
Nat Biscuit 12 31*.. 30% 31S I Barium Steel __u________ 4%
Nat Can ____ 3 9% 9% 9% Creole if\ Corp. nn_________ 33%
FLUORESCENT FIXTURES Nat Cash Keg 1 384 38V. 38% Cities Service 36%
ALLEN CO.JNVfSTMENTS Nat InPod-___ 27 14% 13% 13% ( Colts Patent Arms 34% nw\I _
Kitchen Bathroom Nat Dairy ... 10 31!. 31 31% I Elec. Bond & Share Co. 11% II
&:; Workshop Play Room Hat Distillers ____ 50 2O.. 20% 20% ': Fairchild Eng & Airplane Corp. 3
tat Gypsum _n___ 16 2019%% 29'. Glen Alden oCal Co. 18 V4 NEitR -
Nat Lead 32% 32 Vi Gr. Atl. & Pac. Tea Co. _104 ; PIS1iRA1C"lJRR1CANg !. .. EEEt.? GOODNESS
Electrically Illuminated Nat Pow & L&3 1'% l 1%. i Humble Oil & Refg. 69 0P1CA1 : TMROU61AI4LftICANE.% 'itt) HAVEN'T GONE.6OTTA .

E. L. House NumbersCONTRACTORS Nat Supply 24 19 18% 18% 1| Hecla Mining Co. _n_____-_______ 11 ..- C- DO U UNTiE V.1't'u.wpOT HELP ME.BUZ.YOU
Kendrtck Nell Corp ____ 3 20% 20*. Kaiser-Fraser -:._ 8 ,- '"'CE 4EAR THATt N IV5UP \\ TIME COTTA HELP SAVE Mf PU* .
Manager Newport Indust n_ 2 26%'. 26". 20'\\ Lone Star Gas Co. 19'% 'S.

NY Central RR ____ 67 15 14%. 14%. 1 Niagara Hudson Pw. Corp. u_____ 8% oo TOTALS.WHERE'S 0'- AND SCHOONER. THEEAROMETEW'S _
511 Metcalf Bldf. TeL 2-2772 NY Chi & St L 15 xd 124 119 121 i Niles-Beement-Pond Co. 10% : ;-i BUZf N A NOSE
CORDS S SOCKS- BULBS No Am Aviation h_ 18 8'. 7% 8 Pantepec Oil of Ven. 9% Ii,; 0 c .-'- DIVE. IT'S AIMTWE
N. Mill St. Colonlaltowtt North Amer Co _h_ 22 25% 25.. 251% I Sherwin-Williams _____________ 73 I ... HEY BUZ!
Northern Pacific 44 20. 19% 19% 1 Strock & Co. __--___--___________ 24'. 5..... I4URICAflE!
-0Ohto Sonotone Corp. '' .
3Va _____
Oil __ ______ 43 26% 25% 25'. Schulte.: Inc. ._-__ 00 ________ 3% o!
Otis Elevator _n_ 3 27V, 27.. 27% Stand Pw. tc Light 2% I!I rI.i
Oloen C. l'atreh11d OwenajU Class 7 74 73 73 Tampa Electric, 32V' i i : i.

Milton. E. Bray j I Technicolor ____u______ 13
Pac Gas & Rica ...3.60 40.). 39% 40 Textron 13% ,,
H. B71an4 CaEo Pac Tin Cons _'_ 1 4*', 4% 4% United Gall Corp. u______ 17% ft
J'raJIJI: Cardnv Packard Motor ___.261 4% 4% 4% W. Va. Coal & Coke _____u______ 14 :- :
LeROY Hoequid Pan Am Airways 18 10% 10*. 10% s ::
Panhandle P & R 9 6% 6%. 6'. I GRAIN RANGE -
Param Pictures 54 22% 21% 21% : -
___ FAIJHILD Penney JC) ___ 11 43'. 43% 44 i,1 CHICAGO (UP)
Penn-Cent Aid _n_ 13 n.. 6% 6% WHEAT-
Penn Pw & Lt ____ 33 20,. 20V 20'% I 1 Open High Low Close _
Itn Penn RR _.nu_ 29 18'. 18". 18% 'Sept., _u__ 2.62% 2.65 2.61 2.63% -
Pe<>si-Cola ___h__ 55 30% 29% 29% Dec. 2.61, 2.65. 2.60% 264%
Pfizer Chas & Co 3 43% 43 43% March 2.62''a 2 65'2 61% 2.64
Phelps Dodge _____ 13 42% 41/4 41% May 2.57% 2.60% 2.56% 2.59% JETTTE AROUND THIS T7JLrSTCORNO.THAT'S THAT WAS A POUCEI5AW1TPULLOUTO CAR. IAP4D GARAGE. J
Philm Elec 17 24% 24 24% I July == 2.30: % 2.31% 2.29 la 2.30% = _
Philco Corp ______ 7 28% 27% 27% I CORN AS AUTUMN WEWS WEARS AS I 'IE'S."TI-IAT TAKES CARE OP
I Philip Morris __ 14 29% 29% 29% ___ rr. NOW'OU THE GARAGE. IT WAS META/
Sept. 2
48% 2 5l% 247. 2.50. COR=YJ.IEAD. RACV II
Phillips Pet ___ 14 60 59% 591f.. THE GARAGE TO CALL ON WELL.
ELEVEN YEARS OF PROVEN QUALITY Procter Pressed &EU Car 9 10% 10.. 10% Dec.May -__ 2.34',4 2 27% 2.36 2.28 2.32 2.25 2.33 2.2&La. COPPVWEAD.WHAT MEETS BV ANOTHER FROM / I SAID (FOR US TO STAND \
Gam 10 66'. 65% 65% July 2.18 AROUND TUEjCORMEgVOU .
Combination Venetian Blind, Awning and ShutterI4iIIIW Pub Svc KJ 7 22". 22'% 22%. 2.20"2.11 2.18 U WET:? EVES MAKES HER I GUARD HERE iONIan

Pullman Pullman __ 10 10 etaoinshrdltahrdg 56% 56% 56% Sept.OATS-_ 1.16% 1.18% 1.151.16% i .. GASP! .,THAT OUGHTN'T, BE.I1....
Pure Oil 3T 2S 252..% Dec. 1.13% 1.14%. 1.121.13% CO CUGJ.I. -
-R__ March __h_ -__h __On 1.10 KEEP BLrTLADV.
Radio Corp ___ 53 8% 8 8 May 1.061'.t 1.0n. 1.05o o 1.05. 14U GOING. THIS IS TUEJADDRESS. I Iv
Radio K-Orhp 41 11% 11 11 Jury ----- .95% '.96% .95 .95%. 14ft I
Reining Rand 28 15% 15 15 BARLEYDee. .
Repub. Ana 25 6% 5'. 6 _____ 1.83 _____ n___ 1.85 ir1I
.. Repub Steel ____ 28 27% 26% 26% SOYBEANS- .. .
nA]).JUft Ell.. Revere Cop A Br 16 20... 19 19% NOT. __ 28314 2.8334 2.83 2.833) -
Reynolds: Tob B B 41% 41oil\. March __ 2.85 ---- _____ 2.85
Stores 4 23% 22% 22% -
Formerly Dome St L San Fran SO 9 8% 8 FOREIGN EXCHANGE: -.
Insulation Co.] % NEW YORK CAP : ;
) Closing foreign
St Regis Et
Pap 88 10% 10 10 ;
rates follow (Great Britain In dol- _
MS ORANGE AVE. WINTER PARK. FLA. Schenley Distil 62 28% 28 28 lars others In cents): ; irI
1071 Sears Roebuck 30 37% 36% 36% Canadian dollar In New York opefa mar-
70S 6890 Servel lac __n__ 2 11% 11'. 11% ket 8!. per cent discount or 91.12 Va U. S. MEAN VOU HAVEN'T It I HrVEMT L.-i
Shell Union OU 12 31'. 30%. 30% cents, down % of a cent. KiaLMAyB5
Simmons Co __h_ 5 36% 35"35"% Europe: Great Britain 84.03%. unchanged I Lf'V61N9 THE I BCIWN'T PEEPED AaXM? THE J AT ANOTHB? QKLtO NOr EVEN i iunay* THINK HOW KJCH BETTSJLOOKE

Sinclair Socony-Vacuum OU n___ 58 16.. 1ST. 15% ; France franc) .84% of a cent; Unchanged HEW CRL ATTENC&NTAT kNC4 JAN1c. cORNE. ? THEY 6AY 4E SINCE WE'VE BJ : ? ? JIDOtCNfl( XX AZE.JC.VCE1A
84 16% 16". 16\. l -
; Sweden (Krona) 27.85 unchanged MES:
SouAmO&P 8 4% 4% 4% ; Switzerland Franc) (com'U 23.40. un- Is' THE GARAGE (YE %)AY 6l.AOG: MAREEP.EEJiTlFUay. -
Southern Pacific 29 43% 42%. 42'"I changed. 1.1 -
Southern Ry: ___ 19 37", 35*. 36' ww VByATTeACTIVEBDC.WEVE SEEN I4ER. '
Installed Sperry Corp n__ 8 19V, 19% 19V, Latin-America: Argentina free 24 85. unchanged -
24 Hour Spiegel Inc _n_ 15 12% 11T. 12 I : Brazil free 5.50. unchanged: ; Mex < : 3 % -
Stand Brands _-__ 16 29!. 29"29! I ico 20.63. unchanged. r ; r
StdG&E$4P1: : 26% 25'. 25' 5.3 ( ; I
Anywhere Service Stand Oil Cal ___ 11 59% 58% 58V. DUN AND BRADSTRCET .Z. ; ? f"-T -\A

Stand Stand Oil OU Ind NJ == 46 19 77 39!. 39% 39% I NEW YORK (UP) Dun and Bradstreefs wo : j1' _
76 76% daily
I price Index of 30 basic
Stand Oil Ohio __ 3' _
30% 29% 29% commodities compiled for United Press rn'z
Std SU Sprg 10 13 12
% 12% (1930-32
average equals 100): <
Sterling Drug ___ 4 39% 39 39 Yesterday. ; '
tt) 279.21 Q
Stokeiy-Van Camp 16 20% 19% 20 Wednesday _. 277.21 T. > N; (
EsL 1932 Stone & Webster 2 13,, 134 13.,i Week: ago 275.33 ) -rL/
Studebaker Corp 41 21 20%. 20\'. ; Month ago 270.91
Sunray Oil h__ 60 11'. 11% 11"I I Tear ago _____- ___ 222 42 ,
NATURAL GAS Sunshine Mng 3 9% 9V. 9V. 1947 high (Sept. 3)- 277.12 IaV4L
FOR Swift-T-& Co 8 33\. 33 33% 1947 low Wan. 23) -- 232.80 ) I ? JA

U) .
-new 1947 high.CHICAGO
Texas Co ____ 14 60% 60 .
60%. --- -
0' .
II I.....;, J
YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS Tex: Pac C & O. 6 35%. 35V.% 35% ,
Tex: P.c L, Trust 15 27% 26% 26% PRODUCE : r- YET'flSl EMThM&
22 20 OCVSiETH Y A3
% 20%% 2O. I \ L
CHICAGO FASTER COOKING Trans-America __ 6 11% 11%. 11% 93 score 78-78.25: B 90 64.5-76.5; C 89 I 9 FgOM W QTy .. PLACE wHeee PEEVALLS FZOM PEOPPKVTHE: ICtfr: IN"J .EWHEELS ]E1HT OP TO
Trans & West Air 7 16 15V, 15% C CLOCCEP A\woal7 BE PE1- ONE
7025-71. Eggs firm: large No. 2 extras COOU7 8E HIDD6N. 'r EAST.,. CKKKK ACE055 '. !U TO POOT//THE
Tr __
C SILENT SERVEL REFRIGERATION Corp h 14 6% 6% 6% 58-61.5; medium No. 2 extras 51-51:5; MESS OF AVLKySTEVEFOK CO *UrTiN6AN SHALL WE &V tM THE lULUOf
Twent C-Pox h___ 41 27 S6% 26% standards _WHM rrwroES TIlE FORT!
45-46; current receipts 39.5405 ? WO Sl1 OP ATKEEE$ A Fear '-' .
ECONOMICAL WATER HEATING Bag & P __ 11 33% 32V, 33%'. ; dirties 35.5-36; checks 34-34.5. j'I g 1 J FeUZ-EJLINE) EX-C 2UN J AID oAS5-LET4 j

Union OU. Cal 14 22% 2:122: %. 4 I CONCOR AiwiAve. f BUZZ n'II z,' .
CONDITIONING Union Pacific ___ 6 140 137 138 '
Walworth Co __ 8 10 9% 9'%
United Air Lines ___ 24
19% 1819 Warner Bro FIst .53 14 Vi 14 14 I II I
CLEAN HOME United Aircraft ___ 31 20 ". .
HEATING % 19 2O% West Ind Sue 10 24 23% 24 ELSE/
Cig Wh Sirs nn__ 24 S 4% 41. I West On Tel A-::=: 31 24% 2323"% 1 W

United Corp _nl02 3.%. 3 3 Westlac Elec ______ 53 28% 27'27,. ;5.;.
United Fruit __n_ 19 55% S4M" S44 Whcelis- Steel ____ 10 42. 41% 42 5.1 1.
Natural Gas United Gas Ibp __u 2 21 20% 20% White Motor _____ 13 27 36% 26% 10
and Appliance Co.ORLMDO United M & M lIEd: 15% 15% 15'. WillysOverland' __ 6. 8% 8% 8% fI} .
U S Gypsum ______ 7 102%'. 101 102% Wilson & Co ______ 16 13!. 13% 13%
U S Indus Chem __ 3 45 443) "44V. Woolworth PW) 11 47 48.. 46% "p
SANFORD U S Rubber ______ 12 44*. 44 44U \. Worthing P & M -u- 2 56% 56"% 56'.
S Steel __ 87 '10"68 69
n -1'YeUDgOt
1249 N. Oranee.Aye. FU. State Bank Bldj. I -v-' 1 I -Eh & T _n 22 68% 66'. 67%
Phone 4678 Tie Chem Wks 2 47% 47% 47% -iZOnR. -,
Phone 1252 I -W- j l Product 2 6% 6% <:% i I '''' .-..--
.. ooa Walker CBi O A W 7 20V 20 20 Final total yesterday 870.000. =-

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I 14. Beauty Parlors 19. Services Offered 19. Services Offered 33. Article for Sale S3. Articles for Sale 33. Articles for Sale u. Article* tor Sale (QrlZn! l fernlinrl

Classified EDOIWATER DR. BEAUTY SALON CONCRETE etc. W* form. TREES trimmed tteado.n AIR COMPRESSER 8 cubic feet. I CAM STOVZS.-PColesnan". 2 burn I,L.ADDERS-ZteP-Stralght .le etttn-I .' '. 1947 PAGE 21

18 SO UP SPeciaL: Permanent com- pour and lR.. floors Dn05SE. J. B. R.ulh. Can b* seen at 1705 D.uph camp stovts. $10.95. FURNITURE.. USED-Flay pen S10; .1n Smyth Lumber N. Or-
pl.... Ail lina beauty culture Ev. driveways walk and steps For price 3. Summerlln. Ph. Street Knox Stores Co., 25 E .Pine. Phone loss seat. $6 95. good platform .al Railroad. 33. Articles for Sale
nine appointment Hilda Monca estimate caU06.. Dunham Concrete r I -3UI3. rocker (29 054piers walnut bed '. A-I
: .... _ MOTOR 8COOTER- "
ALARM electric Alrb.
MOWINGDisclns. plow101. -
..,- 2-3193 Co.CONCEE. TRACTOR CS.'Sentn.l" room 'Ult. 169.5 drop leaf tbl., Dick Smith, Composing REFRIGERATOR. 9 ft. electric
terracing alarm. Stores COMBINATION LOCKS-For school Ccndition. .
ea-ving. .
Sentinel-Star $8 95: $9 95: baby I'
Rates25C RAYS BEAUTY PARLOR-All type WORK: Driveways steps. Paul E.aCOpUS.Hl.t. H",., Ht. 4. Co 2: E. Pine. Phone 3-3163._ lockers SOc and op. Knox Stores .nUa.high chaIr Bather of I Room, Sentinel-Star Immediate delivery Ferguson Refrigerauon. -
Want-Ad permanent waves. Preheat and Ceney. 112.5 169. sllcers. Sea at 5 M. Terry; lb. 9753
septic tanks. Orlando. Co 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-316. 56 E. MEAT CHOPPERS and
_Per UnaWe cold waves a specialty. Dial 4222. bonded. Southern Stales L I AIR CONDITIONING UNIS2 port I' Hill A Williams, 1312 BrookhaveaDrive. REFRIGERATOR. electric Hot.
..i21 charge 55 3JIEastPine.Onepace! only e1s... or for .For. TRACTOR SERVICE able. C.rrle and Suitable CAR CHEST Large size solid point. 10-lt. At eot. 3031 Jewel
WlJlllaIUD per line RAYS trropL\BUUTY-Sa1 ii8: 174 2-206 plowed. leieled. Cota o cooling office. Priced rea- $39 50 Orlando FurnitureCo I Ave Winter Park
eos DRY CLEANING W* employ It forget MEAT GRINDER-1H HP. Enterprise 2-K
oA hourly sonable. Phone S2t6 or 5633. 141 and 615 W Church St. FURNITURE
W dlSWJlimVS SOC E. Washington. Ph. 9725. Back to Pone 278.I BUYERDn' Portable Majestic $22 50
charte skilled experienced new RADIO-
attend Thursday
to R..OD.bl
:: Dan lie line a day school specials SB.50. Creme oU permanent moaern machinery. Try I.le, I I TRACTOR WORK New ground ARMY SURPLUS-Rip: boots S3.75; CIRCULATING OIL HEATES.Do night for tremendous.:savings. price Can Pat a7 New batteries .1 offire dew $40

J 155S2SIJ De 15e line a dayige for $3 00. one week only. Cleaners. 204 Id..o. corner plo.e. dirt moving Park.1 apm.i knee boots. 82.75; folding cots. .I Termo "Inter.uon.I. Watch this co'umn for full details MARINE :6. h p. Evtn- Ph 2-0346 304 Harvard.RADIOPUONOORAFH J
--it A Words 1 line) Ro.ld. P hone 2-106. orWoi-wer_ $2 8j; field Jackets $2. rain co.t. I .. "I.nho. sup- and description of pieces EQtIpMENT-n, and attic fan
.ccoea'i; IOU of State) Kate* 15. Schools and InstructionAUTO DREDGING-and water front work i I UPHOLSTERING SERVICE that really" $2 95. Many new Items at low Ih. Orlando Funtur.. Co.. 141 and ofeeds built rods 13 ft hydro-plane boat. Tr.Ue"u.to for sale. 1M1 28th Street telephone
30e line1,5..cnUvS for E. Church W
per Inspection. Morgans Salvage Store. 46
j.erUODZ boat houses and docks. Do you Is superior.Open : __ time to send your frour. included Ph Call Chalet-Suzanne 4046REFRIGERATOR
:' _-,- >5e line a day SCHOOL Learn to drive need low land fUs a fine bathIng Select your J.ter.la. watch our RP !MODELS-Complete stock COOKING UTENSILS-Good stock -.- china. etc. tl Supper Club Ph. 81941. Lake Wsle KUctrte 6-ft.
Daya 2pe line a day Competent instructor .04 workmanship. Co. i HO-O steel and week sal -
I prepares you sandy will drive out accessories. .lulnum. stainless *
few b. 1201 East Centre
Jjumnum 3 lines) for State Drivers Test. Orlando Auto I the snakes mosquito? Contact 112- W. Church, 22213.VPHOLSTERLNGSUP Railroad b.ts racing cars. Model Knox Stores Co., i5 top, For quirk. II.
$ requested t* notify School_ csjl a-4879 Correct Craft Inc. (Pine Castle host&C000tTflction covers, ref in- supplies Hal. 214 N. Orange. 6668. Ene.! Phone 2-316. R. Soero. Auctioneer. Veining Auc OIL RA ;GEFornce. Table Immed.at Avenue.lt&DIOSArvsn

.w.e&w l .rTr* Is :BALLROOM: DANCING: All typea Co.,) 2-2465. bhing We call without obligation. ALARM CLOCKS pocket ..tch-i c"PSTOV- Just received a S.e: Co.. 733 W. Church; delivery.poreer.t. .oll1e., Walter J.Wllcox. Slid Motorola record -

0 sIr s .. tBe .t..I.Sw .,11 Private lessons only. Call Jane I ELECTRICAL REP I Artcraft Interior Dcr.tors. :O 12""; wrist watches, $875. T.I I.re Bumby Hardware 2-0156.- T.rl X. Robinson. Founded players and co=tU.Tem.
.... 'M' ...IJf .nS III- -.id 2-OOO6 L. 6 Hdw SS24 ICE!
.. W Church. K
Dlck Wyckof'l
... on. 2-O42B. for appointment. wiring. Call 4514. I included I aU prices. Herman's 102 W Church______ 1936.OVENS.
::".. -5. DR RONFORT-Will accept pupils Electrical Coou.etor.nR I VE"IBLM.Ce: like new Ofc. W. Church St. CHAIRS-Lawn, unfinished. aU ry* I FLOOR FURNACES- and RADIOS-Crosley and Fads, Console.

IS .7*..&cI. .tart Ia The Orlande for ore an. harmony orchestration BANDING-Finishing. Spe CaU I ALLIS-CHALMERS Power anlt now S3 95 Beach carts rubber oil. Phone 2-2514 uJ't.: ofcomplete for oil stoves. Stock Includesone type and table moel. Also port.sblei. .
MOr'1 i; sentinel and'I.ri4r1D': ; : etc 1824 Amherst St.DANClN0.Ciildrs. PenUaS..l 20 Adams. Ph 55o-919 W. Central. Orlando. available. Immediate Complete prus. canvas seals, only S3 $5. ..t.'I."on' : and two-burner types BumbyHardware. Bumby Hae. 103 W.Churrh

1S. te.tmeat I _ _ a. _. __
the same claasea expert yrs. experience. )oem equlpmeot I Im. stock from smallest to largest. Powell Furniture Co. In Colonial- I residences ". small 102 W. Church .
11g.ninS Star on Inatrurtion. Tap. and acro Work guaranteed. Le.n.ed VENEN BUD Our factory Also Farm Tractors General Truck town t... Modern Appliances, Inc- 42511.0ran. forthe REFRIGERATOR Coldspot. Three
IaiT5.WUA4- batic Fall term now b.le.opening. Phone service. C. R. np.t any Equipment Co. 2319 McRae. 9509.ANTIQCESEstate COCOA ... OUTBOARD MOTORD.le andS and a half foot Excellent eonditlen -
Dep.rta' 11 open or repaint like ) 15Dinete Uli nsw 111 II.mb.o. $100 Phone 6068._
) lok and _
S .. l 0 5 p.m. dciiipUndal I RSA"DGFth Beautiful blnd Venetian Blind Ml.. I .ipl. 5-ple FURNIURE SPECIALS-Large also H P. F.mb.1 Sau Service )
aJO they Rare plates. Jere with leatherette or maple. new .
"Ito5 t. 12 am.p WANTED- For student 0.1 and gas 51 W. W.hln.tol. 2-5. RooIL'G"Sm.tblq
O59. .adrob.
Jrea I hue made. 2-1255 for j CoI739KuhIAte_ gruder Arc.de.ANTQUESe. in ColonlalI 01 Single PIT
to Powell Furniture Co.
Jor 5dD4a1 ".pU Satu. In general mathematie entering I b C.l I I 1159.I I ranges. 5 e Every pieceof OUTBOARD MOTOR-Zvinrsde 3. Mi" .ddee. "Galol" ,
: especially
54i151. .. 9lh_grade Write Box 597 S-Star I e.Um.t. WASHING MACHINES P..1 I the many pieces we I ,, __ furniture In stock reduced for hp p. Simplex starter, full reverie. outlast kD"n prouct. slopingroofs.
O' makes 24 br. to flat
d PATRICIA BRYANT Speech Studio. FLOOR SANDING AND FINISHING AU buying trip north. I CABINET-China for corner Unfinished quick sale Jenkins Furniture Ex Perfect condition. Phone 2-1177 adapted Ie.
1".* Can Place Your in diction speech radio Prompt service. Modern equip Pick up arnc. Ca'dweU! and Harris. Come in and browse Slho pl.Unes, slasa doors $3950. Pb.I chance 329 Boone St 2-3795_ For Information 5510.
by Telephone ..Tra1a. ment: portable power unit. 2213 Ede..te Dr..College P.rt and I 2-O346304 East Harvard OUBRIToalarla "e. Smith Son Rooting Co Shingles
and dramatic
Want-Ad .p.Ua. courses.LflroU Et.blh burDdln. .
FURNITURE-New and used. M
Pay roofing $2 per
Dial 411II. Ph. 2- now. Courses open Sept. 15. I ed 1935.. Insured.Skilled workman Flor: lceDs.boaded 2-192.WASHING REPAIREDAll '! Trading ou. 210 own W shop.Church. .. 'I I CAST IRON GRIDDLES dutch casn and save 10 to 25 per cent phone_2-8364._ _ _ $6 :. Raymonds per square Warehouse wurtr
4374Bfternopng or evemngi. { Stnn Sr- "CHL'E 222.AARTMENTCOT ovens.rhlc ken fryers Skillets in 3 -
I on your purchase Bass Furniture 16 h Can Garden Rd
faring Co. Phone make service.Barton' OUTBOARD P.
SCHOOL OP REAL ESTATE practice? I .1 equipment I sizes "Watner" nreseasoned Kn"l I Co.. 025 W. Church SI Phone 882O !
.. next Colony be seen at SO-5O Service Station.W Good ii J JI JS Jj
FLOOR cleaning refrigerator,
Prepare T..te. Stores Co. 25 E Pine Phone
for Broken and Salesmen.
gaby Sitters Child CareI I Classes start Sept 3; :i .SNDL"GFllc. for I WtnterPark 93. \ rnle. sink and cabinets. Water heat- blde 2-38. FR-C.VRJSc .K. .SOc Church and W.st mre.11. condition Can b* seen at 6M W.
.pple.&on I
muse be made before ; Flor-Co Sealer which guarantees perfect WEL-DRnL'GWe specialize In i ns Heating Ist.ms both ,.and COn' SPRIOS-do $25. k'Inn.r oBAR-i' R-New 10 HP. Amelia Pn 3-S6H___
: 98e yard, also
At Gild-
\ sa
pyrrY HARMS PLAY SCHOOL retary at School all hour for reglstratioo I satisfaction to you "ho desire I well 2", 2H" I Modern Inc.. 428 M.Orsnge rocker: 318 E. Princeton dens. broa4cL at Orlando Welding SCHOOL LOCKS-Yale and Fraim
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MN 3.. Hours I til UOO. (OSO I assistance; 139 Pin Spb. .. Quality Lasting. Orlando Floor Surfacing I .nl 3'. Can Install ..1 and pump : 22514.BATROM combination p.dlk BumbyHsrdwsre
pnsaSl Part Dr. 5253isik I Ijii ._5585. j Co. Established since 1925. FH plan Call or write P. F. \ CABINETS-Both wail CIRCULATING HEATER Burn GARDEN TRACTOR New. PlanetJunior. Comp.ny.HA oil complete _Co.. h 6t.

CH iD-c *. By day. \ PRIVATE COACHING-High school 1809 N Orange Ave. phone 1836.iUR"rRJ Lna"o. Fla Phone 6. types $4 >5 and "I. wood Street Good condition 2 NorthNvr 3 h p.. with cultivator. TRPu.1 valve for outside 8OOA FOUNTAIN-1 ft
Phone 202 Winter ib
home. Excelrevided. are Bumbv Hardware. 102 W. Church Oad.n.OAS makes and
la any We
er hour I and college Phone REPAIRED shed. WELL DRILLINO- equippedto installation Several Almost new Complete -
CrI 103 L Harvard. 3-2316: m.tb.tc. Pick UP. delivery. drill .h.Uo.and deep wells Any BABY BATH TUBS-White enameL JAVENPRT-U..d. $:s. can be $79 95 and UP. Knox StoresCo ator and compressor BaileY Soda
I IIOAIUlo Pals Rep.1 Shop. 2611 East Washington size up to 8 tn.h No .ae no pay $3 50 Also d.aprr pail complete .ea 125 Blvd. Telephone RANGES-City or bottle gas. ,25 E. Pine. Phone 2-318. Shop. 101 Bartow Ave Auburndaie.Florida .

IO0... tovlae ea r. for ehU- 16. Travel Information Stnet dial 2.1168. Nothing down 38 to pay with cover $2 50. Bumby H.rd..r. 9844 waist high broiler Walter J. WUcox. grade floor paint: _. _______
Lane playerounda. Day Belm.D Well Drilling and Pump 102 W Churrh DOORS sash of whit pine: csbinets.screens electrical supplies since 1936. ifT-B 95 per $sl. oU bnnHEg. !
GUERNDOWNSPU m ,. Route 3. Winter GardenRoad I made 1 SPACE
lawn chairs HETtRLr.
: 03 X. Michigan; 10644.by N C Leaving Sat. BICYCLE Girl's bicycle house paints your specifications Clrt.
CAU OUZ. day or week.boarded. CHART.. take 1. ReereDce.urh.al.d. any kind e.IIU1.lor. chimney hoods Oriando.Fla. Pn 70' $20 Can b* seen torJ.Prlc. I.n types of .o.ork. Orlando GAS ENGINE-Foose 100 H. p. type See us before you buy. can '..mb EI.lent St. olldllon. .11._ .._
fjD1J) -Supervised play.rrf Phone 21946 _ etc. Phone Winter Park 409 day Orlando LARGE :.hrbihnV7 objects Marks Street Wodcrat Industr... W. W.s. T vertical 4 cylinder per Western j reliable paints Southern Faint & 1& --colors.
.,.. 2-O077 night. Dunaagan moved _ Electric Co specifications, KS 5401. Glass Co 200 W. Church SHINGLES-Asphalt, blended
11' e. PeBMYSlesis. t
.,.. diet. Mea 7k
&-.s1s LS-ANOi- Leafing SUDd. Co. 1006-W. Fairbanks Winter P.rl. prandoNurserlesCall! I DOOR MATS-Rubber i :14x22 Also one 100 KVA. 68 KW, 720 RPM.: I i PIPE for grove and farm irrigation.Florida Asb.UO siding; wood shingles.
Y1.te'J.r a como.t. passengers I inch $165 Also cocoa mats, 220 volts, 3 phase 3 wires, 60 cycle I{ Mi: Nebraska._ j
Ph. HOUSES LEAKS. L LEAKSAnybodyran Pipe & Supply Co. 630 W.
Tjib ailOHT eare. of.I'infantat workpertet.S7S4 DLad 28. process WASHEDbSt. L fix K. everybody cant BmGE CL-F $1.75. Knox Stores Co. 25 J Fine. alternating current generator withassociated Church Ph. 6118 STEEL WINDOWS-Commercial sodresidential :
for e WE \
Ph. Southeast
House Washing Co.. 2-3625. and let f indthem. Wefindthem. I Phone 2-3163. ..n. 18. sizes.
10O6_Anderson. Si.1fjjT -Our Tour extends _Ph:518. Polished aluminum with gtalnlesa POPCORN MACHINE-Burch Floor .
Sales Co 100 W.
"V.e.tla us tell you why Estitnatesfree. band RANGE- 'Grand, white porcelain I do.nta.
trim .
for I
DAY IiUJUIERY-.n. from 1st. Call lorWla..r I PAINTERS AVAILABLE- .stm.t. steel lasting M.Ut and DRIUpRES'Sh.per. model. Good condition. $250 OO Ph. 2-1442.
T R'h.. 7687. 31$ Tours Ot.Orlando Travel HOUSES WASHED Screen and .. Arnold Paint Slre 407 10 nswea r. D..ppe.ra. dor. thatelide Imsh. Stndad & nowavailable Drive-In _
5. Car: **** Agency th.1 windows. Look like paint jobs Orange, phone 2-378_ _ Into the of the way snotorx. many other tola. 11 J H.rd.a.. 102 Tut.r.pIPEohnMaavll. trsnslte for BCEEN DR O'ULLM. de-
I turn- Free estimates: work guaranteedCallAut or 'I be removed completely for Murl.J _ _ W. Church l.ns. .: up. Know StoresCo
CAitIiIL DRIVING SEPT 20 at 1 in. to New an expert mains FloridaPipe
CHILD p Pnnpe 3-3183
1jjgiiIlItID rey6326. or loading Two extremely DRILL PRESS Power motor, GOLF CLUBS-Matched set of irons. g onUs
Also minor Home el..alal W Church 8118. Pne. -
special, r.u01' 1> Orl..n. Desire female npIl Orl.nlo ., t1 Supply. 830
?__ . comp.Doat. HOME SERVICE General Maintenance: h.avy duty copper coil t air compressor. 227 E. Wilson Sam Snead Also matchedset : : SAW MILL-Good condition loseS
dir wwk. 2-0155 *r' 3-4679. car .1..e. Ph 7598 New construction.- Windows r.p.I., 1'i-ln. center and aluminum Broth: 51DRSAD7 of Croyaen Irons. 2217 East Washing POSTS fence cypies. 7 ft 2 at Chulanta pout office. Write N.
0al"l PLMBIO-REPAIEBi King for greater heat absorption gives ton I 3-Inch bull $15 hundred 4 to 5-1 W Jscobs. Rt 1. Box 73.
17. Hauling and Moving screens and caulking service. Licensed .. hundred Call Winter OI.d.
iiSpecial: Notices maximum cooling to aU parts of the typ Scre..p Inch butt. $25 "
and bonded Dowswell-. 9522 WATER SYSTEMS Two. "Tailored fit
Phone SOS9 Residence. 1729Grand. cabinet quickly and economically. cI.I"e .tor. HOI Park. LHMetree Co BEAT COVERS t

;;;rr j- psychic readings dally. A1E VAN LE. IC.-N.toa'. LAWN MOWERS I PAIRED-1 RUGS -tHOLrIcANE nf mi. Ph.wor Pine Castle Variety In. 500-sslion tank hot t.nk. One coal fire500echos PAINTERS:9. SUPPLIES-White overalls Latest p.t.rnl,Jlut. fbr.. .Auto& .

iKiots. Poooe 7068. .4>. W. I IC55rt1 movr bouahod eo.C.U lawn cutting Expert W.lte J. Wilcox. Inc. fl J RobInaon 2-2576 Phillips Indu.tnu. Inc.w.te 1..1.. putty knives steel wool and Original tops upholstering. material. One 1.
icIer Co 2309 N. Orange Ave. and
k Founded 1936. I TRESSES 1 black 18'6.Mr.
81. Key jcherry________ PI.Ut Sora. Guaranteed mothproofinz service Ph t.oplr. P.non. nationally advertised paints GUd- day service. Orlando Cover
Co. .t.t. on your longdistanc. Russ Kleenize Co of 1 t"o-piece grey print 8 e 16 S.t o
nTuDA BRADFORIV- Psychic read- W. Jackson MATRESESRE"OV 2.299. Both seen. TeleDhone HEATERS-Radiant, city gas.Also dens Supply Com."y. 100 W..hlnlt.8trH. '
.Vgirtl* 3 30 Tue*. 561 West Co- St. Phone 2-3184. 61 most modern HUGHEY'S MODERN HOME np.lr 19. one to fit t'r'. .. Orlando PAINT BRUSHES-* Bristle A Ph.n.Ityd CrlY. 844. APJan
Kelvina- Ilto
1saveebono :2-2331. equipment to roow.t. m.Ur.s.e Additions, roofing Nothing do.n BABY BOTTLE STERILIZERS-Extra DRINKING FOUNTAIN 210 N. OrangeAve good selection ISe and up Knox
I AXRO IL&TFLOWERTRANSIT C. "e sterilize respnnc and recover 1n 36 months to pay if desired. large double boiler $5 25. Also tor. automatic thermostat. Bum- Appln. Co Stores Co. 25 E. Pine. Phone 23163. .
I -Ll distance moving. Call the most ..tla.ctol way. 1122 W. 5026 for estimate work guaran. large size with rack. $4 00. BumbyHardware. by Hardware. 102 W. Church.DOORSSizes 457.
er Storage service for Ire Church: 2-221. teed. A 102 W. Church. _ 2' > and 2'. | HOT WATEH HEATERS-3. 6. 10. 20. PAINT-Which gives a beautiful STEAM CLEA!Rerrtck. .J.'
PHOTOGRAPHERS I estimates l-i'8" 30 and 40 gallon Orlande plaster like Bet at been :01-
local .tor.I
Dark roo. for rent by the hour.IM I I .... packing crating .molal.. .. OFFICE MACHINES REPAIRED-Our NEW LIFE for your rug. Cleaned BLANKETS Full size. part wool. 4.5. 1 panel; 3'0" x 7 0", 1 Appliance Co- Inr.np.eI7.. Orange and Nebraska.fUab. I ler Chevrolet Co.. 115 W. Central
.. with service guaranteed Check with with l.ve Floor- S3.95. Orlando Furniture Co. 141 panels; and a few odd doors. AU spe- Ave. S.
ft PSO washers ..ry.enUmrs ... 1400 S Division: ph. 7988. George Stu.rt S. Main St., Phone master Rue st..m th.mp. St. 615 W. Church Street nat prices Mills and Nebraska. Ave Phone 4837. PLYWOOD-Beautifully grained cedar
5fSCV .1 I phono 8158. 1 ce.ner. .14 HEAD LAMPS-Electric. 5-ceU for panelling, 4x8 sheet
Zl: Fa1743 for re..rvatien.pd D'S DWVRY-c Phone 5460. BABY HIGH CHAIRS-Blonde finish DESKS-New and used. Prce' batteries f.sl.ht. Mill and Nebraska. whoho
Shop. 1825 Kdgewakw mOWoe hauling; PIANO SERVICING T. Priced from $5.75 Orlando Furni- 637.50 to '93. r.lro.e l.nten
.ss Caauta KtlD SPACE burutog.
DC. !!iTYJ.ad Insured; reasonable rates. the piano technician .nnoun. 30. Good Places to Eat lure Co. 14 and 615 W. Church St Equipment Co. 390 N. Orange. Av*.. kof. Hd. Kllb. FAINT-.$550 eat outside paint for sizes HETEs delivery. A
SERVICES-TOP sod Is ready for business. Not with his 5454. HEDGE SHEARS 'Diston" hedge $4.50. Other bargains. Arnold! Paint
.1 lando Appliance Co. 310 M. !
TC BOAT and motor. 14 froM .
D shears Also supply of other 407 S. Orange. 2-378B. Or.le
fill Writ. H. A. piano store to sell "01 pl.n0. but I and 10 HP Johnson. DROP CLOTHS-$8 to $23.00 and Stoe Ave Phone 4537.
Florida Bray. P. O. Box 102. LockharU to continue to tune repair best p17"0. 0 and $16.5O. makes Bumby H.rl..r. 102 W. a
It1iiiJien04 CLOVER GRILL-"The food In Third house on right off tarpaulins. Sib Church SEW INO Factory rebuilt In
a1l11dq. Supcrtluon hair Phone County 3R-1. for you with the skill a.qulr.d by customers. Reason Winter Garden on Cottage Smyth Lumbe Co. N. Orange andRailroad. ROOFING-90-lb. roll in red. black MAcf new; portable
.lI'e M1l """owM. Pb. 44O*. POO"1 iRDVAMSTORGE CO.- many na. Phone. 381-1 at 787 to.a"te. pre. alo Try us 7 8. Court Bill.BICYCLEBoys.. Ro.d HOME FRiEZiR Kelvinator. green 4)-lb roll .moth surface and console. Al Wleuns 6347. ai
Chlrago Anton.tle Ave. Wiate Pak. ... Hardware. K.I.wlll.tor Shingles thick butt In color Phil-
FOR rradseis.limit$14 BXALTH Metealf Bide.* 'h.jjjW1iL5iA for free or Cleveland. Ohio.133-5 Phone N. M.in.L'OLBERO'S 8286. WHEN PLANNING a banquet I 123 Michigan good Ave.,condition Witr .$15.. planers POWER M.1 .SAWSAls., drI., Logan Parks I Dp.rtm.llt.,102 W. Church. Ups Industries Inc Phone 3-121. mrom

utm.tn. HAIR CLIPPERS Profeasional
ding birthday or .ed-I 748 H.BOATFine metal 1. D. t.lepho.
ttU. moving; PLUMBING INSTALLATION party rcpton Mount tu.3753. hand type hair eUpl' $2.75. PENNY WEIGHT MACHINE Can be $
cordial tevitationextended -. L.l.. Also cn Lnl.o Hotel I Northern m.ce. 1 n Dr. Bumby Hardware. Church. seen at Orlando Restaurant. 496 r:
S t* y_ by Bumby Hard And Complete stock 13 I Monty Cat sailboat. BOX C Plan your ktlehen around the ..
Go al EECCOA.OL N. Orange Ave.
agent for Lone Distance.Moving .trat. _
HUra-aaodern kltczt- Dlcte' e 1 HOME FREEZER New. EstateS American sinx Plea design
I* viais ISO and needs some repairs. .
M en(*v S. aUsplay In our KelvinatorDwaruMat. I' ._.806 '. Dial 4985. W* guarantee prompt .fltllre.. 31. Good hints to Eat i iginal cost $500. Contact Our Ellis ELECTRIC FANS Several i cubic ft Regular price. 126.co PUMPS. electric deep and .b.Uo. beauty new fetr.. n. cDtne ir
Tola dream kitchen LONG DISTANCE for scarce materials. I i College Garage. Winter Park. at Kelvinator Dent, Buroby tp. out sale price $195. .turl well Easy payments, nothing downand tion, new Put
...q your Inspection at 102 W. points Packing Ic .ltll cheerfully given. Call 9869. ORANGES. Oranges. Oranges Plentyat BUDDING CLOTH Fresh supply. ware. 102 W Churrh Appliance Co. 1249 N. Orange. as little .. $5 per month. Bel- glide on plastic slides silent effort
CIIcrd heist.fWiiOTbo. m. Suddath Moving it Storage Co Libby 4* Freemen W. Church. Leon's. We deliver. Phone 4232 HOT many Well Drilling Pump 8upp1. less. Double wall doors,' sound c.a. tea
W. Columbia 1 SO W. C..tr.l.TYSPlnesL. Bumby Hardware Company 102 ELECTRIC FANS-8" blade Cash RHnRN.p.cl.rd. Winter Garden Rd. 1 mile ened and .
..i> _lbl. for 15 Pbn 854.EMPV4 I West Church Street table tu..te. D..e. i
and S7 fiS Orlando Furni- .
etats or ataeki contracted by anya returning N. Y. points : quality. SOc a lb. ture e.rr... W. Church St. recovery 2OOO wattlament.. S75. 118E Orlo V.t. Orl.to; pb. 708. piece steel crner. .D for I
BOAT Chria for sal .
I load phone Cr.f *30 14 Yale POULTRY NETTING-Kitchen chairs. quirk easy cleaning.Walter
aaysell. Signed Return
other thaa rdllC PIPE CUT and threaded your spe- F.leWa PouU F.rm
Can at Sanford Robinson
t Wilcox 61 fiat
csh ELECTRIC hoes rakes, shovels door mats J. Ille.
|raia Kauwl Shop. Glen T. rt.* United. 243 W. 60th. Florida wATHATs SYSTEMS and supplies 1.
Sup1 Sanford Contact IRRIOATON
clk.loD o I and 332 West Church ; Founded
I Cc.311, .. f30 Church: phone f 1 I. IP YOU WANT REAL tree rpene Archie Smith. ForU. water beaters. Bumby .ro.. farms, lawns. Florida Economy Prntur. & ite*
jiiAG3 Slenderizing; also for avocados from budded tree dr. 102 W h.ELECRICINSAUlmale. H.rdware Pipe & Supply Co.. 630 W. Church; Street; 121.
...m and Arthritis. Gilbert's: 18. Laundry Work PLUMBING out to Fie C.ste. ,u let a first BREAKFAT SET-$20: baby .ase. Cur phone 6118_ POWER MOWE8Uoton. 4 cycle, tit
tables. $2 ice 14o
ISTAlTON-H.rr bOi. con Used SCREEN -
I1M w. Yale; 1-2918._ Ladles_only.rain. ._ Plumbing church .bu' 1 sign electric Q. ICE BOX. .6 95 Keens .h1rl 11125. WIE. $35 tables. $250
I' WASHINGS AND Wller Pak ione. : ; : : Prt.ble. power mowers. $40 np. WellIn per f. Electrical supplies.boxes ;
FARKIA spiritualist. eaU 5n Piedmont ONOSPlea. -) 1..n. "Sh.nlacr. E. rdrler.tor. 6 piece BumbY Ilacdwsre. 102 W. Ch..reb. food fresh and at the *. phone 9AM cable ('Ith. 222 W. i
....1... tlall,.. Circle Thursdays maple bedroom Orlando beach. Galvanized tea container. Central Hdw; 0Z.
32. Articles for Rent 105 Sports Dept.. Scars, Roebuck Co., 2231.TE
I P av nil: Washlneton St.5O.hOMa5. 1':1 19. Services Offered PLUMBING SERVICE-West Centa Ave 9813 AND TUBE 600x16. They torlUl

OLD AT "_' Plumbing Heating Co. 1 BULLDOZER for Rent-Central BOILERS-5. 10. 20. 25 H-P high _. PUMPS WATER SYSTEMS never been used. Telephone
'0. Oo-I Bryan Day 2-2236. Night Pa.Cont.cIOrs IRONING BOARD-Rigid. aU metal W. r
crazy Thousand peppy at ANTIQUES RESTORED-Brine u Call Winter Park pressure used boilers. Also others ELECTRIC Immediate ;
boo Tante Tablet pep up bodies your prue pieces. Our antique reotorme PAINT ESTIMATES Color-suggestions. or :10 Se Industrial Equipment Co. 1620 delivery. RAOEPor Ironal b.rd$8 95. Also. "Tel- Complete No down payment. 96 ,4 utility or :
lieS .* Worn. For rundown feeling methods bring out the beautyin Reliable painters recommended. Orange. "o.r.. Asbestos months to pa*. William SB TRARon steel .tt.bi. tt
Sal. SMB. women eaU "..ld11 ". Get your furniture. Russ'Mattress Co.. Hatch. 6O01. At Olidden's. FLOOR SANDER Edger and pUs SET electric Electric cooking at Its burnproof., lasts I BumbyHardware. N. Garland; 6332 O.tu' tires tarpaulin.. Can be seen at 733.
BEROM W.lnut ben Par 102 W. Church.
aia* today. only 79e At aU drugijt -I 1122: : W. Church: 2-221. PAINTING er. AU new. Arnold Paint radio chest of thrifty to use. W. Church St
.: -ia Orlando at Walsreen's and AWNINGS. CANOPIES-Roll curtains Dean')ePUTlen 407 S. Orange. 2-3786. rdn.eulr. ce.a.1f cool comfort with an electric IRONS-Electrial dial heat control ln-'
dr..er. Prt.bl. and kitchen In rustproof
elcrol. 12' bath
HrCWs Pharmacy___ I Venetian blinds mad to or- t.rl.1 en any sized lob. Complete FLOOR SANDER3 New American Shor.oo .. ller range. Flameless electric beat special price $5.75. Mills and Ne PIANOS Fine featuring TILE your : fie
0 SUPERFLUOUS HAIR with- Reasonable ). p.rk'l' cooks the food not the cook. braska. .r.nd. ; Perm.UI. ..Um.te. i
irUOYI der. Free estimates. Colonial Awnlnc satisfaction aSI.d Phone 892 and B" new edger. Ic..c. Steinwar. n. Monarch Central Florida Sales, 2323 N. Or-
OIl ,*""cn,. Kieea hair oroethdhesqeaiid. C. .21_Hillcrest Ave. Phone 2612.ANr ask for Or. _ _ C. R. Burke 1805 S. Bumby. 7851. BICYCLE-Man's victory model. $15. ICE REFRIOERTRO lbs. meta Howard and Starck; small sue. ..1 .n".. Dial 6S46. p
Walter .1. Wilcox. I
For appointment call -Let us help you with PAL'T'G1a2 ceiling and FLOOR SANDER AND EDGER: also See 730 FranklIn St. T.. 1 1. RobInson 13 Bt.ton. nut, mahogany and monterey VACUUM CLEANERS "Universal" :

5-2345. __________ awning problems. 101 free .U. .room Low r.1 I cabinet sander and floor polisher.Wyckotf'slldw. BABY CARRIAGE And high chair. I Founded IIJ8 INLAID LINOLEUM-Installed en Terms if desired: trade-ins accepted with an attachments. BombS Hard .a
4ZNCU$17PP0RTh Individually I ..um.t. call Mr. MeCee S828. e"lerlor. M. Helfand 2-4287. .. 2524 Kohl. 2-282. Reardon City Service Station. floors and sink tops Call Avdoyan. Robinson's. 531 N. Orange. ware. 102 West Church.

4H1ne<<. 1202 r. Washington. Pb.. Florida Awning Co- 432 S. Hu.be7.ICHMERSERVC PAINTING FREE-Special; 1 room. I TYPEWRITERS makes also 1 17-92. Maitland! ELECTRIC 2501 Edgewater Dr. Phone 2-11. PUMPS-For the farm or home Big VENETIAN BLINDS-3 days &
MANGLE floor
Mrs Warren.
J-J504. and inc machines by week -pre-war Installed and and little new and used See ourstock dnn.
ceiling and mails using flat oilpaint !BUILDING New aluminum and model. Easy, Baby IrenltYgboard. INTER-COU Whir bay cbeap blinds
*KLEILT. Registered BII".'... &, with each outside paint loo. Office Equipment Exchance screened portable Cab building, Nesco electric roaster b.d. baby guaranteed Call t for a free dem Farm Home MachineryCo. ran get the best for few. CIUmor 701 is.ist.
I Ckarth and Main Arcade. Phone Pam m and Home Machinery Co.. 40 Best m.terl.J used. Free eslmat. Corona Agents 220 S. Mam St.: I $125. 1S06 W. 37th St. nigh chair single shot rifle Phone ontrton Florida Buses Equip 430 W. Robinson. Made in JUs.
O44 W. Robinson; phone 2-2713. osed. lal M. Phone full load .
M. H.U.ad. 2-287. i-RE'UAL- BED-Attractive double poster Vereh.a. 7648. Co. a.n. PIANOS-Received car r. a 10 Edgewater Dr. ZO43S.VARNISH
TOO CAN STILL ride horseback at ACETYLENE and electric welding; POWER LAWN MOWER repairedand monthly r.t.s 1015 Wilkinson Aw. earas. ELECTRIC 5454. cond1on.e upright Including _"Watson" standard "44"
Far?S ...b. W. are not closed machine work on pump saw ml .b.rn.d H.asa DisselerCo Check with George Stu.rt 13 S.M.la I apt.BABY *. MOTR- a".IOf..t.rler. KITCHEN CANS White enamel .t.p l.k.aer. Kohler-Campbell. for floor or wood work. DJ
ear aheae number has been changed and road .. 2301 8716.PIANO _St.. phone 8158. e.r.le on $1.75 and up. Priced $125up. $1.w.Da quart Knox Stores Co3i f
.a M3M.U. aluminum and brass casting- CARRIAGE with m.Ure.s h- equipment. Wi .rle. Clo.nl Stores Co'n.. B. Pine. Phon.23103.KITCBINWAREAlumtnurn. Will rent. RbIOD'.. 631 M. f.t
MeK TOOL RENTAL Paint akll- Phone
ner Machine Works. 131 W. TUNING and repairing. Quality .pr.nr nU.nt condition. 120. C.U ::1-2832. hop tht ... "' Bllb Orange. E. Pine 2.31.
workmanship at reasonable prices. saws; ..; power mowers: S piece
Lost and Found bench-saws way across from Southern VENETIAN best cost
ALARM CLOCKS Any Fully Call 5300. Ao flooring equipment concrete mixer BABY BEm.U with m.tre. Co. "'. Clearing entire stock at .1 95 E1.YWOOD-2000 piece a-ln. ply no more BLIST.. W. CentraL t
.u.r.o..ed _
RDA and __ __
good Pricedat 111
clock 100 CODdIUoD atclgarsnce wood. 17"x37" and larger.
kind of or ated misc. Young's Renttl. ..t. Also other small appliances
Ph. 9598.
Immel'l srnee. To
UJtOX BROW.f envelope lost .al .
enOrsage W* fix everythlne. Washlneton. i 1188. TampaAve.BENCH ELECTRIC PAN8oln. out an Orlando ApplianceCo. 8e to 20 per square foot. No ..I Orl.ldo.
Ave. containing olacharxe Bake Rpa. PAINTING-House painting Is an =With electric of $7 pric. for less feet Phone VENETIAN BLEiDS-Aluminum stock
Shop. 48 W. CentraL Ph. SAW 8-in. combination 210 N. Orange Ave. Phone 4537. 10
sserg sad various other papervFvaa art. conserve your money. Improveyonr and up. General Cooling and blinds. 27" through 36"
rotara t* Harry Abel. 1046 APLO REPAIRED Fans. home paint safe with StanleyP. 33. Articles for Sale saw blade, no motor. $40. 722 48 W. Central He.11 LAMP SHADES.-Parchment and silk. PLYWOOD-Waterproof fir, available 37* per sq. at factory .it. ,
Mason. W.I and lamps. Ph. 6188. Curtis. CaU 2-3930 for estimates. Brookhaven Dr.. ph. 2-2402. 2-14. AU sizes and styles. Johnson Electric In V4-ln. 4x16 ft5x14 and 3x16. Venetian f.Mfg. Co. 1739 Kuhl I'lSi
Johnson Electric Co.. 23 Church ARMY GENERATING UNIT-110 BOAT-18 ft. Craft. Ford V8conversion. ELECTRIC MOTOR % h.p : 30" Co., 23 E. Church. Pin Construction
WATCH LOST Ladle lapel. reward. E REFRIGERATION SERVICE-For de- A Chr T Ave ; 8059VEnN
C. volt. 2 well working 1.th.; 18" jigsaw. Co.. Phc2r6'
Ttfepheae! 8104 between S .... BUILDING REPAIR and RMODE pend.bl service caU 6236. Hjll o .320, 1 electric pumps 2 VeI flt Phone 8696 J .0. Wilam. Plymouth Delis LAWN MOWEHS"? and N." proven received.'Wstson" BLINDS manufactured at
aMp.m. IN O. D. D. Riddle bade eont.c Wtl.ms. mol.1 cutter gas some few pip or 2-- dies JI" BATHROOM b 102 W. Church. highest quality 131
tor. 21 X. TILE In Hardware. ItaBd.rd. .
basswood cedar
.nt.1 56 REFRIGERATION SERVICE Commercial Light for 6 Ru.tpro ELECTRIC irons roasters Co. Bet-Alum. or
u. Parlors 2.4431.BEACHES. npples Prematile. AU colors ff' TOASTER LIVING ROOM SUITE 3-Piece, outside Knol Sr. 2 Factory price or .
Beauty and household rp.l. rooms, for fishing or tourist L. hot combm.too.F.lr g Pin. I.taU.d ca 1059.Orl.ndo r
1 AND FILL Service. Free 0 work. charges .. Fe- camp. J. P. MaddeetiChuluota. Fla. .stl.t.. .Central S.le.2323 Store. 10 W. $65 Telephone 2-7821 Venetian Bind .
: AVMEXVAif 20 X. Pin. IS% .. estimates. Crosby tt Stockin Dredging Refrigeration 6er' .. Pb. 9752. AUTOMATIC WATER HEATERS nie; dial 1546. ELECTRIC CclIcy. COMBER A quantity of used lum I records. WATER SYSTEMS Complete stock i
IS* eisroBBt on waves. Limited Co. Ph 227 after ':30 pjn.. RADIO SERVICE-Call "Scotty" if Electric and eas. 10-15-3O-40-xal. BUMIG3 story frame for .e. .35 IoIETRNe.. )1' ber for sal very cheap. To b* removed PHONORH-Wih Ph for farm or home ".r* Bo.M.chln.r7

1 tiste Mm anrr. Five experienced operators. BULLDOZER SERVC Clearing you have .'Rdl Troubles" that Circulating oil he.I.r. Norge and Apopka. Telephone 3.7 or 2513. ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR D. ,. from the premises. 733 W. 2-113. Co. 430 W. Robinson Ave ;.
64 2.
4 grubbIng ALso paD .. cured. Free- Church
.radml. you cant estimates Spark. From to 10.0 Norge. Call 8821. WATER Are you
1 .*i.h BEAUTY SHOP-Back toedwel .ort end palmetto .. Phone and guaranteed repairs or B T.U. capacity. 31.00 BREA BXEpl.te rannlster LADDERS-Step. .t.n.loD PRESSURE COKER-l qt. Kook- CONDmONER Mi.
.' _1.1.. AU wave reduc.d.r :2-4427. J. T. Murdoch. no pay. Brltta "General Electric"store. Attic fans from 30 to Silent *. Matched ELECTRIC 5WEEPER. E. Exe Kitchen stools .trallh. : Kaick. ,1.t. size cromet 1tb..."Re W.t. details
t .baa. ..$.; 204 South Main St. ticRgiiFiooRs Drive-ways 356 N. Orange Ave Phone breeze fan. t-m color*. Wyckoff Hdw. 2524 Kuhl lent C.1 46' chrome tools Mills .h.i. .. 42 1417 X. Central; 2-983. .. Cohoon M.duner. Co.. 133.
8942. We make immediate delivery MOTOR 110 volt DC. V.h.p. PIANOS-Se* Associated before buy- r
r flagstones. Reasonable. Thirty can BREN-Blo..t 5 d ELECTRIC LOUVERS-Galvanized $1.95 Southeast W. South
; I' 'D In business Free ROOF REPAIRING New roofs m.t.Ued and installation on aU of the I.ul.Uon.< Used little. $25. J. L Shaw Steel Bales Co. 100 W. Amelia tag a piano. W* guarantee t give MACHINE Easy Spin-
C. N. Hid,, Winter Park 48.sU.ILI Patching and painting. above Items. Teiephone8395. Box 164 Wlndermere.FURNACEtinder : ph. : the largest trade In value yourpresent WAHIO. condition. $1&0. Telephone -
:1-14. sample Spinet
; WANT-ADS Also Phono 2-1255._ Wllarl and Helter, Vogue Tet.1' COOK STOVE 2-oven. heavy duty floor city eas. piano. For
CLOCKS REPAIRED- Rd Ro'e. Colomaltown Phone LAWN MOWERS-New shipment Just from $495 up. down delivers. 2-38. !
cameras musical instrument andaccessories. SEC TANKl.taied Btate .p blok. hotel type. oU burner; '01 quick Used 3 mo*. Cost $12850. now received. 3 models. .1115 and BP. Associated Stores 143 N. Orange WASHER New Benillx. never used
i J for Salisbury's. 2003 Zdge-I I See ssle $45. Telephone 8395. $' Ph. 2-0346. 304 E. Harvard Knox Stores Co.. 25 Pn.. Phone Ave. Phone 53. Can .. money M. S.nC. 433S

water Dr. tank on 17th St. West of Orange CAMP STVE. ice boxes thermos FRNIRE. USEL.r.selection. 2-36. ft. Serve Eola Dy. .
iROAD8 BUILT-Also lime rock Blossom Tr.; 2-4519. Hagen-MueUer. ARC WELDERS Everything- Lincoln for Ft..ldro. jugs outdor trills. Free parkingat ch..p. Frnlta. Co.. 615 LUMBER all kinds dimensions rea RFIOERATOR-4-pt. suite. Miscellaneous WHEEL BALANCING TTNIT-Bear: j

BUYINGSELLING paving with surface treatment. SEWING for girl .t.een the ages H. .. Williams Supplies. .Ide.. front dor. Wilson Leonard Hardware W. Church Str.t.FURITRU.d. Also slabs and edging 'Irnlshl. Scrap lumber. $175. bargain Kings G.n.rl Tire jf f
Work guaranteed Bumby o Sump 2 and 10. Mrs. 915 Palm Beach St. Dayton 81. 316 8 Orange Blossom T.1 furniture at the fine for sheds chicken coops, fences, 101 W. Pa.; Service,329 State St. jI

.: son. Inc Phone 7849. Drive. -: Be.c Ph CA'"STOVEolema"D Glassware dishes, etc Only $150 M. Also SS gaL ROOFING-210 Ib. thick butt shine- WASHING MACtEJ.1 Spinner
CONTRACT BUILDING of new homes SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED and ert.lns draperies blankets. 2 table wood barrels $1.50 and np. 1401 W. lea. Colors green red. red blend- type. 701
and l'ep.Us to homes and buld.of cleaned. State approwd. 20 yearsIn Wyckoff Hdw. 2524 Kuhl. gas ranges Many other articles. Washington. Slate biend. also roll roofing all colors W. G ufdlton. 11. .
; TRADING any Repairs 1. business. Call 6730 or ALUMINUM; GARAGE or utility Garland Furniture. 525 N. Garland. LUMBER-Building hardware and 15 Ib. felt. McCormick RoofIng DIY"
Ater.tt m.tr.l gal
I ? 133 E. Concord; 2-4032. 7571 for building. 12x20. Aluminum frame CAMERAS Revere movie cameras FROZEN CUSTARD EQUIPMENTmust New low pnce. de _Co. 915 S. Divison St. Ph. 2-355. WETINOHOUS&3 atom.t 1

: HIRING CLEANING AND PRESSING Cash SEPTIC TANKS Cleaned: everything and siding. Overhead door. Special and projectors in stock. Mail order be sold. Will sell aU or P.r livery. Ph 5754 Fin Cutl Lumber RANGES-Electric and gas. A style lion $40 Phone J..1.Go
and carry prices will save you pumped and hauled. P. J. Burke, price In one only. Mills and Nebraska. shipped same day reeiw.4 2719 N. Orange; see from 11 *_Hdw. and model to pieaa every housewife. 2-J91 ,

money. Brine us your clothes. Superior permanent r.dd.llt bonded Insured. AUIIUM-MOULDlOS7m. Helm's Camera Shop, 1825 .. noonFURNITURE.. LAWN AND GARDEN SUPPLIES Prices win Increase set your WEE CV'r'rERS-ewloglsn.Knox 35 type.

RENTING Cleaner.,214 Bone Bt.CNCRinSEVCEP Route 19. 20678.- Dr. NEW-Rol-A-W1 bed Lawn mo.ere hoee. ."rlkwr. b.for they go up. Orlando Bale 1105.. Phone Ilr. C. J .
roof TREE SURGERY-AU kinds. Steel Bales Co.. 100 W. Amelia; $22.5 sate t.bl. plat complete of hand tola. and Snlc. 608 N. Or.nl Ave.. Pn. 2311.WATR .
The trimmed or p.1 2-1443. CONCRETX-Broken up. Free. Will k.n. $15 95. WhUmira Fur- Parrish Hardware Co. I Orante.MOULDINGS Ph. 2-95 HEATW..tn.bou. eletr.

DIAL best In engineering workmanship trees our rmowe.. D.lleerou trees removed ALUMINUM SCREEN WIRE-Number load free. 70 W CentraL Ross niture. 306 W. Church.FLUORESCENT -FuU line wood and RIQN.. Crosley console auto 1 520. .1n. 'elphoD. Wllel'Prt. f .

and materiaL Free ."'. For cheap. Lots cleared. Licensed 16 memo 32 Inch 36 h 4 Delk Phone 3-7533 FIXTURES W. metal mouldln. All patterns. m.te Oblll.tc
4161 concrete work of all kinds call 6780 bonded. J. F. Newton. 116 IrvIn; tlch. Southeast 8tee Sales Co. CASH REGISTER 1125. Or.De Strip $3 85. New *Circline" now i Smyth Lamb. N. Orange and bought for ch.r.. Ceta
or 8530. Buchanan Concrete Co. Phone 2-1t. W. Amelia; teL 2-U4. Pharmacy. 12 K. stock. Fair Store 10 W. Church. R.llro.d Truck LInes 1402 [Cntnued On Next Pages

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51. Homes for Sale 51.; Houses for Sale 51. Houses for Sale j 53 Acreage for Sale

Sr'ntinrl: 40. Pet Stock and Supplies | 50. Wanted t Rent AUNT HEr POOR PAt
(Drlanhn 1OO ft.
AVE. SECTION-2 bedrooms I WEST ORANGE 9-room home: S ;i 1U ACRES fronting on larae
AT STUD-3 Cocker SP.nl buff. I APT.-Employed Couple; no pets. By ROBERT QUILLENThere's CLAUDE CALLAN masonry construction. Furnished. NORTHEAST Charming wen-built I rooms first floor. 4 rooms second; lake. Five miles east ot winter

I PAGE 22 PRI. SEPT. 5, 1947 I honey and b.ack Champlol bred 1 About $40 per mont C.l 4161 39 block from school and stores. Pricedat modern bungalow home of S rooms 2 baths. 2-car garage storage; landscaped :; Park. $1.60O. T.. J. Lindortf. Realtor.

registered AC. Carl Mo. 2631 I extension 21.AATT3. $8750 for quick sale due to owner bath screened porch and attached lot 150 x 300 ft. 2 blocks *. 2-3983 or 4737.iPPROXDLAmY__

[Cent. From Preceding he Willow ., : Pb or 4 for moving out of city. $2250 cash will I Ih.nde garage. Ccul.tll oil heater in hall. < from Lake Apopka. Price $12600. 4O ACRES Part
.1' or. CIpie balance like rent. Louis 8. Ve.u.n blnc range gas wa-1 Wm. O. Bencher Broker 28 K. cleared on paved road, 3 dotes

U. Articles for Sale 41. Poultry and Supple Phone 2-763.al Brcker; 27 .W. Washington tee corner heater lot hat both fan.streets Extra paved.large j In.ton.W WUh1 east of Maitland.Reasonable Fine price.for home Owner.and

a grove.
BABY CHICKS Tuxedo Feed Store. I IU. APT. OR HOUSE bedroom In or 842. Fine shade and 13 large citrus trees i I -Business Donald J. Nicholson phone 5467.
WASHING MC- Standard PuUorum near city. couple no HILLCREST 8CoL N.a-New Price S12.OOO with less than 34 cash.: construction. Income $225per
and Up Iedat s. anProved te.t1 children Workln. 565 I large bed McNntt-Heasley. W. month Good rental property. POI 5 ACRES inside city limits of Orlaado -
'W. 2-2821 or or pet* bun..l" I
906 Church. muol R..ltr. 1 .
delivery. Co &ta. rooms 1'.; Venetian Washington St. j the investor a good northwest section. City water.

N. Orange Av*. Phone 4537. BABY CHICKS-New Hampshires. : AATMT OR BOUSEFrhe blinds and fan lclude. A I 15.0. terms. Huck.1'Ne.1 Real Ripe for subdivision and today

I WATER HEATERS-Table top. 30 gaL blood tested. Wayne feed. Amco t.o r.pnlbl. 1.4e. I 10nI home .tl a pr.ct lo.tln NORTHEASTroomhome. fully'' 18 E. Rbinon "hottest" buy at $4.500. To make
I capacity. delivery. Orlando Feed Store. 300 West Robinso6.Phone BSta.ET quick sale reuced WIN-liR yourself some real money gee Mr.
Idl.t furnished. bath and sink I : PARK-Exclusive Charmont .
( I OP ORANGE Pharmacist I Mattox. N. :: Little with Harold Shepherd .RealtyCo
M. Orange $9.500. J. P. 15 J.re
drains. Oak Attached bungalow under
Applnc. C 2l $63. to lease 2 or garageBus section. New now .. 20 E. Washington St. Phone 5124.
: Av*. Phon 43' BABY. O. 8. PuHorum tested furnished. home for 3-bdom. I 580.IIANA at door. $ Roul- ', construction occupancy about 6Odays. !
CCK. future de 7"1 Realtor 9i S3.thn. bungalow adjoinine. 120 ACRES extra choice citrus land
i WHEEL BARROWS Rubber tires. I or Marks AVE. New. attractive 1- stone. ; Sample
round residence between -
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: steel and wooden tub*. AU livery. and poultry supplie Pine floors. Immediate NORTHEAST Blueprints in office. Price. $7950.Geo. cleared and plowed ready to plant
meta Pe South Streets. Phone 9183. W. J. z frame. -New frame 3 bedroom
I yard cans. 3 alxe*. Wyckoff Orlando Store. Dial 2-3524. .. 518 N. Orange Blossom ) J A possession. 125. H 1h I bungalow on corner lot. Hardwood I H Klttredse At Eon. Realtors. on warm fine section.lake and Avalon clay road region.in very At

i 2824 Kuhl. Hd..1 FRYERS-Third house on right off Trail. Howard. Broker. 306 : I I floors attached garage breezeway. bargain price. Owner 1224 Palmer

I FOR SPECIAL TYPE of Winter Garden R.d on Cottage HOUSE or apt. in Winter Park or KENTUCKY AVE.-2.bedroom house I Price $11.500.. liberal terms. WINTER PAK Northeast section. St. Phone 5467.
can Ptiie Curtis variety Hill. construction A. T: Carter. 9516. PhoD.1
. Woru north side of Orlando. Permanentresidents. with concrete block ceWent block
Ph. 22576.CAIT N. H. REDS: ages 1 day to 4 week Will pay a number of casement windows. Lot $ x 150. son and C.rtH. R.lon. 12 S. bungalow. Electric kitchen included. I BETWEEN 5 and 7 acres on the
Northwest corner of a beautiful
! 4 CS for cabit bkcae. old. White Rocks. 1 week old months rent in advance for a desirable .. Price. $500O. $1500 A. C. I I NORTH-Furnished 2 bedroom 100 ft. lot. :4l terms $18OO lake- About 9 miles from
: Bad* to fit Lake O' Chick Co7 place. Must have 2 bedrooms.Must Golden Broker. 1121 N. Orlando Ave.. New roof lot 50 x 150. rash balance : per month. Mr. I Orlando.

ferric P. Cut aF Variety Work wy Te. *WO Je. north of Mat occupy by Oct. 1 or sooner. no use. trin' to Ma gave me the biggest (near Maitland underpass). Winter street. Price 1830. T.r.houa'l Bryant with Herman Gwl Inc. An$4500.ideal terms.spot for Phone your A.home.T. Carter.Price

ph. '- Phone No. 1 Winter Park or wnteThe I It Fsrk. Bros 235 N. Broker. C77 N. Oranee 1155.I .
of for dinner. M.lf.
I.nd Herald. Winter Park. buy hats to men. piece pie I 9516. Jamersoa and Carter Realtors.
I CS for information on; the I I KEY SCHOOL SECTION-Modern I WINTER PARK-We have some unusually 12 S. Main.
C plutl top kitchen cabinet.Any 45. Apartments for Rent HOUSE Unurlhe. modern. 2- They either don't notice I was a pie my sister Nan frame home furnished attractive offerings of close- ,

Mad to fit any bedroom couple no nicely. Corner lot. garage citrus and NORTHWEST SECTION-New S-b-d- !: in properties. Call David Andrews.
cr Pe dead Ca.t Variety Work AMERICA ST.. 120-Couple to shar chUdr.n no pets. Phone Winter Park what kind you wear, or else i sent over an' our son Joe i shade. Price $8.0. Terms. Wilbur with garage. On' Realtor. Winter Park. 6,59. I I 53-1. Ranches and Timberland

Pb. &.. apartment with couple: 124-M. kind said the kind hedidn't I II W. Church St. rom lunulo.to stores bus and 1 I: WINTER "
floor. week plus gas and they don't like any except : it was 6675. .tret.. eloe pAR-MINo CATTLE RANCHES- Slurs 1916.
for the borne. New pa nou i HOUSE small or furnished apartment. "J1 D.fe7. buy for |1 you I Ask Asher Peter. Realtor.He
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aeYeuu. taye cm. Business couple. no childrenor sailors. I like at all. I qualifying Gb onF 18 $750 I' of about ; acres n.tlrl Florida probably knows? Central and Mai*.
1031 APARTMENT Three large rom pets. Write Box 577 5-ta. IEC AVENUE-1992 Winter rash slightly more civilians. trees and wonderfully I'Dde.pd''

Can 2-1415. furnished. Chdel ac- 3 south of Fairbanks. 1 Trade with Swaid. Louis near Winter Park? On .
O.n. P.r HOUSE OR APARTMENT or GeIU. 54. Lots for Sale
. 6IARS month. I 680. brom. furnished. Limit S8O. 51. Houses for Sale 51. Douses for Sale story frame home with 5 rooms and I Realtor, 143 N. M.I 2-14&4 are a fine modern 10-room bungalowand

al ITRI. rREA met. CONCORD AVEKUE East-3- C.ptal Garback at 20761. Ext. I sleeping prcb Completely redecorated I I a pretty -rom and bath guest ANNIE ST. la Golden Oak Court

Frldgea. Orange Blossom Trail and room aparteflLPrice 1015. COLONIALTOWN-Custom built new CONWAY SECTION New concrete I IDlde out. Well shadedlot cottage. TI l a .! buy at 27. 90x130 ft. A beautiful shaded corner

2Oth St.KXW $40 per month.JEFFEESON 3 bedroom furnished or unfurnished block house. 2 bdrm. wood with several bearing fruit tre NORTH SECTION New concrete OOO. See Wheeler with Harold lot ideal for rambling Mxe or

, 2-plece curved sectional living COURT HOTl and HOUSE OR APARTMENT or 4 oak floor tile t.t. gink. To I floors screened prch. nicely and attractive fishpool In the I block bungalow-asphalt tile floors Shepherd Realty Co.. 20 E Washing duplex. Close to school and bus. Owner.

room suite. cost $375. 2-room apartment .Ubl. Summer bedrooms furnished or unfurnisb save money deal .It oWle. 1626 finished inside. Venetian near yard. On paved street. Convenient t -kitchen equipment included-Price I ton. Phone 5124 or 2-2629 after f Box 598 S-Star.
for .1 I.e rate ed. Adult family leaseor Mount Vernon bus line $6. terms. W. I Price. city and school buses stores. T 1.0. Rex McGill R.ltor.128 N. T pm.
year Eat ADAIR SECTION-Over 100 tots toi
t IT5' I. re IYI r.m des. house have the .
Real Are.
South Y'C'DL I"y Phone 4147.
.t 125 .m aU $75: ST.. 522-Two rom and 10n.e.Orlando bu.mes man. Call Or'1. 1 .show it. 6950. WINTER PARK-Beautiful 2-bedroom i this beautiful restricted rtudca-
and to
, Hollywood bd .In l.th.ntt head PUT.. $20 a month. Adult OoF. or write W. C. ; Ph. 2-12 CLOSE I-.yera nice homes prc Ph. 638S.COLONIALTOWN Harlow. happy Business Broker. I I hou of block construction over I tIal section. Lots S9OO.OO up. Buy
Ird box m.t WINTER Living I' P. O. Box 1311. cut '. Owners O. r.drek. Dial 8188. lake. Master bedroom has 2 I where value sill stay up. OrUaao
$65. covered bedroom I PA-iL for. front ing town. A. W. Moore with Walter -Close to new Fern 118 N. NORTHEAST New masonry home ot closets living room has fireplace I Development Co.. 19 Rutland BUg.

$10: chest ef 4.wer. $7; Ironing rom b om. 1.1 cooking. I' HOUSE OR or C. Bacs. Broker. 217 8. Orange. Creek school. 3 bedroom home I 2 bedrooms with kitchen eup i large screened front porch. Venetian Phone 5383.BEVERLY .
board and lawn t.ck eltrnce. no AP.Frnlh.e. un corner lot. all hardwood floors. Spie hALEY SECTION blocks ment. Garage with cement t blinds throughout automatic hot water
365 -
chair. $a. Will trad for equity la Aeut no pt lurlbed. Ph. 9153 before pr and span. You will be happy in this east. bdrom frame bungalow.Nicely i runway. On nice brick street. Total I heater and laundry with tubs and I
late model car. Mr. Harold 6troo.A. E. Lm.n pak $ rslden' I p. COLLEGE PARK-2 bedroom cement home. Immediate possession. C.l Mr. Only $7000. Own- price only $7500. Trade with Swatd. i storage space car porte. This l truly beautiful home amid the new homes in Ibis

P. Clark Motor 889 M. Oral WINTER PARK-1304 Fairbanks; 1rom HOUSE small; or roomy apt. Desperately block house less than 6 months old Britt. 2-OC42. J. A. 1 Real er. 1913 Ch.mbrln St. Louis G.eI Realtor. 143 N. M.U; : a livable home. OI 11270. 16.70 still available.section.Walter A few W. large WUi
Rose lai
." bath kitchen porch. Adult leee. Permanent working $1400 to handle. H.mpton Estate 108 S. Court. KALEY SECTION blocks from 2-1464. down. A. C. i -
couple; *. Hunt 9813. 531 N. Orange; I vestment Co., 49 N. Orange Ave.
Orlando Ave.. near Maitland underpass -
OWNERS eliminate the on $01. school). Completely furnished 2 iOrwla Manor office 3356 N. Orange
WHJ problem. 125 mile on LARGE front room and ltch.ntt. HOUSE 3-bedroom unfurnished bedroom frame home. Norge kitchen I ). Winter Park. i I Ave.
I" .t... thrifty week. preferred. Write Box CHEROKEE A delightfully DELANEY SOL SECON-O. blinds landscmprd with Income both __ ___
a B wt. b b.t $10 per Altnd Y.aI b.sl. PAK to stores : equipment. Venetian ORWIN MANOR-3 berom. sleeping 2 in 1 HOME BAY ST. LoatmooZ
1a 3 nice Ma.I .
592 home. 2 large bo
0 Altamonte Florida. 8t.r.I arranged ... yard. $7OOO terms. King Real porches room I completed ready for oc-
Wr. pmeD nished 5 room Large and airy 187,0 near Post Office. Suitable
easy .d_ r.t 01 NICE KITCHEN and sleeping porch. I I WANT 2 BEDROOMS utn private bedrooms. 2Ied b.th harewo bedroom. most convenient for Estate. 30 E. Church; 8435. 'Open bath and H. 2-car garage. All city 1 I cp.ncy. 1650 month. will carry store. Phone 25031.BEARI.AKE5acre. tar
aaodcL Whizxer Motor 6O2 floors. 2-car garage Morgan
41 $10 home. Kitchen : Fundeys"KALEY services and Improvements. Price 5
, S.1 Employed Price furnished S8750. $ bth.
N. Orave A,,. Phop 2-61. week. 203 E. duple. pre.rrd town section. For father and 2 grown immaculate eoa4ton Already well cash pl.n.will handle. Phone A. T. "Buster" 119.T50. Some term. Mr. Ln. with I Church St._ _ _ j ract. $2.00*. V

A CONDITION your hoe with APARTMENT for coupte. new. daughters. Ph. 2-180. financed.8. Huey Sho.f Robert appointment.Robert R. Tyre. C.rte. 9516. Jamerson and Car- I SCHOOL-New frame bungalow -i Herman Goodwin Inc.. 677 < 5RO-H USE. Partly furnished; |i Main.cash.2-3433.Roper Realty Church and

:a" faa lo 875. Ph. 24. Formosa. a I WANT TO RN furnished cottagein Realtor. 13 W. Washington. ; 6174.COLONIALTOWN ter. Realtors. 12 Main. with S large rooms and many ( N. Orange; 9855. _ _ in the n.1 one
Harvard. 102 extra ventilation lake not Call after DUBSDREAD COUNTRY CLOB
.ecUon Permanent.Box I I DUPLEX New. Tile window sills features. Crocs | OCOEE-Facing beautiful lake Starke apartment lurnl5hP. I sec-
at next to ONE ROM efficiency .paUecL. 586 S-ta. I II plenty large windows. Sound I b.ez. Price $7500. Veterans may ; and on paved road. 2-bedroom I 2pm. or phone 2-22 I tlon. Large- tots low as $495. easy
wJl t. .tr. r.t. 107 K1a Two bungalowsfully I dost. this house for 101 down. home bath living kitchen terms. Fay monthly. Hare tot paid
.. U'ltnd Furniture 9353. COUPLE want small apartment or furnished on large lot. Good proofed. room kitchen din purch.s room and SRI modern home located on
.. cop Pb I house eight month. Must Save I i ette. 2 bedrooms full tile bath each. I dinette. Large screened prch. screened ,' x 140. Large rooms and jfor building materials accent
cik ..b.. rental income property. A bargain at i outside available.
Well home Just
I built i j I Property in this high cleat
sleeping nook.
phone. I with 3
many Up to $125. P. O. Box 1350.Orlando. heaters. Electric equipment 2.to" closets Also a
ether per. items, .0 .ut Pa 46. Houses for Rent $9.500. $4OOO will handle. Betterhurry. j'I Space available If wanted. I I city Imlt. bedrooms and I building deep well with electric pump. i rooms and garage..m.1 hO.. ideal ( section is bound to increase rapidly
I n..0. Noble Smith. Real Estate 124 Ether .P.r 100 lot. 2-car garage Citrus trees, corner lots. 1 | In value. Buy today ahead tt this
Irch. f. office. Near businesssectIon.
apartment or
BED complete with cool 8 CHRISTIAN COUPLE-No S. Main. |I ICENT merIt will brim (75 517. shade bus On 17.0.'
m.Lr. ddr.n We bate
YOC CNAY-BeuUu a.d, frit. .brubbrF. & Bennett $3250 will F. A. some beaatifol
Emerick. 610 Orange Bonnet Wlt.ri
:, 104 hubn Av*. Witr Pak ] ro grove. want small apt. or AVE. E.-Just off. Small 7348. R.Uor; ; i line and clos store. Price 180.i Oadpn. i llsonT Realtor. 37 W. 1 large tots right on the golf cswse.I .

I I kltch.n 2 miles from city. Adults nished or unfurnished. Phone 5718. '. balance like rent i .1 Samnue ; Rom ORWIN MANOR-Beautifully built. 7613. ; S:i Water lights gas and boa avahI ,.
I only until Dec. 1st. Also 4 room WANTED, responsible couple : Concrete block home. spacious Central Arcade; 7407. 'I I Paved Carriffaa jb Rnlaiul. flomm
house running water. Minimum newly decorated electric k rom DUPLEX-Princeton I concrete tile lifetime rof. tie 19TH STREET-J4O6. Five rooms and I Carrigan Bldg., 672 N.
II .Ietr Out Uyln Qo.rer require Sbol ScUD floors. A dandy 2-bedroom I Orange 2-
I FOR nUT DELIVERY side t.t. per mo. .1.1& bedroom kitchen i equipment. Slayton.:Realtor 32 E. I Brand new. cemf-t con" KENTUCKY AVE.-(Winter Park) floor furnace. Large living room with I bath furnished. Possession September By I 4551: evenings. 2-2534.
Phone or partly furnish 6651. struction one story. Each aide has Price. 159S. Ters. '
; Modern cement block 20
5-room !
b.U Ununee I Ir fireplace. Very large corner lot. Price DUBSDREAD SECTION-100 X 1(0
I Complete bathroom 8lUlt. flat-rim CTAGE o 3 rooms and b.t un Mut b l floor. Lease. Box I CITY LIMITS 4-room bungalow 3-rooms. bath and beater room. < galow Large areeDe prc bun-I reduced to $11.750; 140 mortgage. I o.n"r. I ft. cleared dry tot on Niblick At*.

i sicks new and flstu..r lurned Prefer COol. 575 S-Star. r never lived In. Large lot close to Nicely shaded lot on brick street. garage. Priced aU ..k balance cash. Realtor j $2500 DOWN buys this eompletl1, Will sell all or 75 ft. frontage. seek

t.rt washing man. gas 41st St. Sout 01 YOUNG SIAN-Evening Star Reporter. lake. $1000 down. Very convenient to bus stores and $6750. Allen Johnson. Realtor. 1G 118 E. Robinson: dial-2-3753. j furnished 2-bedroom to bus. Ph. 2-270 or 7167.
and sizes. Orange Blossom l. wants nice "Itb private bath 150. Estate; 29 South Court; school. Price- of $12.500 Includes new N. Orange; 8612. landscaped lot on paved street
I electric ranges cabinet links automatic T shower. Must rom be within six block dial 2481.CHEROKE. electric kitchen equipment and spaceheaters. i "Spee.Unl U( ORWIN MANOR-Beautiful modern priced at 18.0. Speak to SpiegeL" LANCASTER PARK-100 feet, covered
ga* hot water heater andcO DVPLrom bath f1ed: 01 $8 limit. Call Town- I' Harlow O. Felck. 118 N. I Home 5-room home. furnished. Gas floor Whitney Realty Co. with orange trees. $170 M.J. .
.ont. Ar I De"IP.pr. SOl SECTION Orange Ave. Dial i leI -A very attractive home furnace tile bath lifetime roof.Shaoe. 706 SP.e. 23269.Baw.u Ratr. Moss. Broker. 132 South Mate
I Gale. Cloud. .nd. a ehol See "It's Great to Live in Orlando." half stories masonry construction I 11.$0. Ho..rd. Broker. J06 Mptc.l Street. Phone 6977

and 6T. 2021 W3 bedroom fur- 2 BEDROOM furnished modern apa this substantial 5-room 100 4 ldroma. furnlh.d.1 f fI N. Main built new mod- LAKE FRONT LOTS In
PINE 1 InterUkem.
Amora. P1bln. IUIPI. Ap meld house. Close in ft lot. Garage. Needs I electric 6 room concrete
I house. Electric kitchen. or or 1.1 reecor.tll i klcben. lundn. l.r.
OKWIN MANOR SECTION New Unusual. City convenience
nihed DUPLEX-Close- Upper $85 I block home. dining Re
c bu by couple. No or but well worth the t rDt (2..r) 36 LYlnl rom.
chUdrel pts. 19S0.S.mml. Fur-I! 1. prch. strPt bungalow, block construction. 2- stricted. Nydegger Inv. Co..
Or- see X.
SMALL FURNISHED HOUSE-In new room 3 bedrooms.
I From Nov. to up to Francisco Realtor; I' pr mont 01'ner. well located 1
I 15000 m escnaD.e loT UI1OCSYUtO or year Apr terms. Central Arcade; 7407. rom do.n Fruit plenty of ;I i tractive deal for builder. i iI bedrooms. large living room; nicely Large screened porch plenty of extra Colonial Dr dial BOSS
rentaL SepL 19. Henry l.ae wit Ph shade large garage attached li''o arranged kitchen breakfast nook large closets including pantry LAKE FRONT LOT
119 51 Ph 23339. lt 2.a for whole. See Mr. -High sad 4ry.
34._ Articles anted 2-8501. CHENEY HIGHWAY-Just off. near wash house .t. Really a substantial I rt I O. F. Swope. 60 Electric refrigerator electric stove and heater closets with duct pipe to Close in. 110 ft on lake. 17* R.
and road. New :
I on paved property. Vj from large lake. and water hete included. Good gauge. each large windows including -
phone 5812. deep. $3000. Call Bill Douglas
AXES-Furniture et a3 kind; sew- S3L HOUSE Three and S ROOMS unfurnished; 24436. block 2-bedroom bungalow on 10 $6000 cash. $15 as ; '; for immediatesale. rom. with
per pre extra large H. F. Boland. Realtor.
ins anything you have No children. 1312ft 21st Nice large ar.en.d : t.l.nce mont I LAKE PRONT-l5 minutes from ton An extra value. Plc.r. .Ido. y-n CarmanBuCdiPg.
IOz535. prch. .
a. long as upper .
you S76. 672 N.
etian Orange 2-44M.
Street. rnte tboulhou' .hlt 11'1 ;
Modern built : tlnc.
te Furniture le.tur. $7900. tun&.lo. on pemnI terms. Sam Johnson Co.
.u 8weTvlo VETERAN civil Service employee In Nothing buy. i I
C*.. I SI 1a 470.DLOD WILL SHARE home with two peo wants house or partly Heath. Broker. Opposite Vogue Thea- lye price.lo.e. Exclusive. Wil ,I lola for from 3 I IM.ln. rel. of city near lo.ted schools IC.shopping a'UOD LAKE FRONT-Choice heeiasrte en
I watches, Je.e. o Pie. Preferably business woman. furnished. naden.. 2smaU ter. Colonialtown: 8253. lam M.the.s with J. D. Kolar. 208 tions. Large living room for dlrec-I I I OGLESBY AVE.-2-bedroom hous- ; center and .. Large lot and Highland Lake. $17So oa easy
terms. For ether
tile tot oflertaas
lo Hh cab prl. 1 J 1 Wilson Court. cd.n Call 2-102. CT AVENUE EAST Lovely ; 2-4388 or 781. pl.no h.re.O. nor. Realtor. concrete block construction. Casement |I many other nice le.tur. Pc. $14.r-. see James J. Hackett.good Realtor. 1317
with on high corner lot. 2 bed moen screened Lot
_J..lr. : b.n.ao. DUBSDREAD SECTION-Large 1 "lne011. prch [, 800 Ph. 2-0641.
HOUSE rom. .nued 3 62" (Arcade); 4237. Eligb Blvd. "Opposite ACLRK DupeS
ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR Must and 51. Houses for Sale screened prche. Pries C.Dtra 50 x $4750. $ .
parlF forshed. roms. 2 It. JUST LISTED-Nice shaded lot. 3 Ph. 7588.
fee Call or 8. Orange back of furnished. Ge. H ] bdom. t.th bOlalo. payments. A. C. Golden. I
How. nal. wt. 1 Tire Shop. Blsm TaU. &$2.$0 Realtors Pictue .ldo. on lot rom LAKE CONWAY-2 bedroom bungalow -I 1 Broker. 1121 N. Orlando Ave.. near I bedroom home 1 car garage walk- LOTS-Colored section. $ auto getk
i).Fil. HOUe f.clnl IOU curs 10s- furnished. redecorated. i lug from do.ntwn. $10.5OO.
in small
CITY LIMITS-Oa paved 2 R.ntI Maitland underpass Winter Park. dlt.nc. town. Price $U* to MM:
UIRa stoves. k b. .treet Enti.17 c.rt Large lake byapproximately I p.rl Se Brtlel SIO to $15 down balance **
LEASE FURNISHED ANGEBILT blocks from school. Nicely blinds fan. This lt MANOR SECTION-4-room
Call l ORWI Henry
WI HOM ft. deep': ; .Ith Broke.
,...W* pay -lap" prices. SeweltTburmond $150. P.O. BK 1692 ed 2 bedroom modern home. 825OO the first offering of this home Lrl. ', Spanish tile roof modern I'' Kuhl: 2.1090.Burc. 111 monthly payment Pa. 2-MM fla
Frame two bedroom and sleepier cash. Total $8000. Real sale price Fred oak trees beautiful sand kitchen 830 to 5 only.
Furniture Co. 72 W. Pine price King for quick t 11.$ I be.ch with .lctrl stove refrigerator -
furnished open rear porch Estate. 30 Church; "Open 118 Ph. wall dock covered andboat. and heater. Some I THIS IRene real buy. five I LAKE PROPERTY-Sacrifice .ia tlful .
fit. Dial 4070. Broke.
845. a.re1 E C.nta .
_ prc. front porch electric Sundays." E 14500. terms. W. B. Nichol ,, furniture; large elevated lot. I house partly completed on : parcel located on atoaway la
47. Rooms for Rent ltchen othe
OLD Ow. pay highest. price Lot 100x135 move 1 at one 1 701 COLONIALTOWN-Clean 2-bedroom 856 SECTION-New. masonry. son. Re.ltr. 1 8. M.I; 2-1619. 12 bearing citrus trees. block to way 1. Indian River City From I Maitland. Over ten tots 100 x 1M.

far o Io .t. AXHTTTA A 203 E.-Lovely 1, have $6500 cash. frame home. well furnished. Cor- DEL.EY .. IVi Hardwood bus. See Gouid. with Johnston HenI. I>r. Write Box 594 S-Star. Price for complete parcel. $3M per

broken Berkaaa jewelry* Sons. 139 K. ay.r.a.I bc V$12. Employed 1.d rom Mall Bros. Agency. R.t. 112 N. ner lot; city sewerage ; gar floors fireplace t.tl. attached LAKE FONT HOME-Lovely Lk Broker. 6 W. Church_ St.. i I GOOD INVESTMENT 3-bdro lot. Ernest Youag. 821 N I. $lst 8U

Or.n. Orange Ave-TeL. $19. age. Convenient to p.yln. stores garage Nice nel&hbrho 1 Je.el. Lot 75x550. ORWIN MANOR 5-room concrete bungalow in College NerI Miami. Fla. _ _

I OUTDOOR PLAT EQUIPMENT=-;: CLOSE-IN-Large front room and bus. 110.50. Exclusive Wilbur Price. $10,000. fully landscaped; 1 frui.tre. bath home. Large rom extra closets.Automatic I .chols stores bus. Wih. little LAKE Kfl.LARIeEY--Coraer l54 z

gymnasua at. Can 2-2$1. innersprings. 430 Osceola. tw Strickland. 2 W. Church; ranged. Buy now and have your 01eholce hous. pie. 11.0. .. Eculv.. floor V blinds. fU11 you this 238. Excellent bargain at MM.
OPTICS MACHINES Ivntu. bus. S ADAIR PARK Frame 3-bro 6675. In color schemes etc. Call : Owner transferred. Furnished. $12.- over and money. Only ,8.00. Call David Andrews. Scatter. Wtaser
Get *. 00 home that was built In Brock with Chenault W. Central: Contact Zuam.n. 2-4775. 500. White Bros.. 824 N. 2-1688. Clyde MrKenle. Broker, 104 Park. 659.PRINCETON.
CONCORD LAKE 2 blocks Stee & Ml.
BUart..oJ 8. Main St.. phone 8158. CLOSE IN-Large double rom screened attached garage. from nlngs N. Orange: 7234. tral: 2-477.
prche. For $200O down and PARK LAKE AVENUE Substantial AVE 12 -OgeeeSt..
fling water. ill Grace -
Allen 15 LAKE FRONT Spacious three i
Sree.CLS large lot. bd-I Terminal leavei
I SADDLE WANTED-English type. In 11.0. JOhDn concrete block 6 old. .n10re. DUPLEX Good lo.ton compl.tl frame bungalow in choice ston VENS. Use your Musselwhite Nursery. Real bargaia.
Airconditioned. modern 140 room 2", bath house. Large have
R.ltor. ; 861 'Sp i a ho.e. We I. Call E. R. Fox. 7M1.
good Flea** 2 living room On 2-bedroom. sleeping
cU Wphone Laundry and in Homea.ALTAMON7 ." bdrom. lurnlh.d. able sun ported and screened prch. 1.1. 2-bedroom .
493.KKCT10NAL. IO kth.a pr.1 d.Uzll and kitchen and will always rent. Apartments ing porch. Compare partlyfurnished. I 10" dO"I. PALM TEIIRACL-Beasthfgj belilSeg
both overlooking the lake. Hardwoodflooring. I Francisco. Realtor 4.
leges. 208 E. Kooinson.CASSELBERRY Eammie : room
sections. I I dinette automatic hot water beater.Contact both large and roomy. Built of I Fine heating system "life I I : Otto Rasmu&en 1 Cave- Central Arcade: 7407. site: lake view and lake freasa. Attractlve -
BKA& Cl.O6I IN-Singlo room for Harold Volltck with J. DanIel frame. Price Phone naugh. Realtors. 43O8.PRINCETON. |
worklnl -
13 In. Must 11.50 t.rm prices. Carl TigeVir. Developec. -
W reasonable. Phone.n b.. \ Ill: downstairs. Telephone SPRINGS-. Kolar 2O6 S. Main: 7811. A. T. Carter. .. and with time' rof. This for home prc.d. t. Babcock sell- ,I t 507 W.-You may not I OWNER forced to leave Orlando. Will 31 N. Orange: 2f4S.WINTtK .

cLosE IN-First Carter_ S._ tem 12.$ in this home everything sell his new 2-bedroom borne with
R.lton.12 M.II I you
S WILL BUY. remove or your Dor lkeronL with Tyre. Real
-bedroom home. Casselberry.! Beau I complete kitchen equipment located
tra**. Call Building Well furnished. 30 Roblsn- tifully EST SIDE-Ten minutes drive from tr. 13 W. Washington. 6174. 'db you will find 3 of the most schools and shopping center.Price PARK (Lake Knewks-
lin J1 near
a lored 10.0.Hme CITY and Bath. 1 Office have five-room important. Close to shopping center I ,
CpD Azalea Ld.Aerl'D Just L8 rom we a I I and terms right. See SaraHughes. Temple Drive section) rreeinatlie
acr. tetn bungalow with approximately 3 acres I schools and bus at your door. New ,
WE BUY old gold, gar- Plan Bot riding property most buyers year ce.n. O.n8 LAKE FAIRVIEW room bunlo..1 Forrest Kilgore; 45 W. home buiWert should see taeee i cMdae
DlO.iD. called sell only of land paved road. Priced at in .41 frame Large front i c.n
net >.* Hoeltk*' t1. hont 1 "uon Winter 2 with this de- nort. .i on only 9 old. 2 .. bO&.lo. tral Ave. Phone 2-2907 6239.: Winter Park lota as tow as 5151.
a.ntue. pro.re. $3950. with Louis $4750.00 with good terms. Call PeterBreen mont 19.Mont. screened-ln living prrh. living room 1/3 down balance la easeS esb5payments.
24 8. .... S Mak Gea
o. .ltl. _ Prk 11tW.IN 206 Avenue. arUon Realtor 14 N. M.I 2-164. with 0 Harra-Moore. 2-23a ... o DYld.OD and BrlrStret. dinete. modern klth.n. large h.1 I'I ORLzHOMEWeU I.td edge Utilities araUaMe. A leeS

WZBU CaU us ClE Hr. 109 E. Pine. advantages -
ue.iruralle. b bok cbinet. cl7 will satisfy. Carrigan Bolaad. Iso.,
Rom with mea. 0 eul Altamonte Springs efflee. LAKE FRONT-Lovely home. beautiful closet tile shower near school built .
lo Owners.
Carrlaan Bid
C72 M. Orange
c Winter EAST SECTION-On a landscaped -
M &'615 W. Church prlyat b.t .yal.ble.CE S..e Wa.e 110-foot lot. 11.IF bon- residential section. 3 bdrom with built-in dressing table. Clrcol.t and completely furnished .li new ; 2-45SL
: IN-Desirable rom Near ark. 8 Ipco.s tile roof. Built within lug oil heat 2 lovely eulpmpnc real bargain 17.
old. 2 and
and shopping. todayat galow. 5 years This is an exceptional buy large closets. I-car garage attached. 64
35 ruel Oil and WoodFtEi 39 East Amelia. ,II HQcke 'e']. RaUor.118 1 Robinson CASSELBERRY sleeping porch. Den (or single bed I montb. .. Gordon-Beck Real Estate Owner occupied and will be glad to t.r.. 1 C.nta 26 CHOICE lODe located just owt-
dial room.) Attractive living room with aide limit
; city City BeSts sad
CONCORD AVE.. W. 612-Nice. airy 340 N. Orange; dial 5148. chow you the property. Completely YES $1000 cash buys home. Rest like
New block Oak Complete bath water. Streets
Oil. concrete bungalow on one and sidewalks. Lake
A fiul tan* saler. fiepl.ce. 10r. furnished. Price $11.500 with
1 front and Innenpring. semIprivate t"rms rent. Large lot well located among
Phone 8021. Have your ra half acre high shaded property. 2bdrom. "t. 18 fruit Exclusive with Frank $ privileges. Exclusive with F. A.
A tank heat tn fie ALTAMONTE living rom. kitchen and It's not overpriced at tre"l LAKE CONWAY SECTION-Well calf Building phone C.b. or Met home owners. Insured good neigh- Allison Realtor. 37 W. Washington,
i.1. Inur. Oil Service. Pine. Rooms and SPRG5Iny.t.nLP.l.U.1 casement ... screened 5OO. Call Ray Lennon with c.ted about 1 block from 101 Broker. ; 2-170 bor. Write Box 464 S-t.r. 7613.
I. Ner.. .el CEE. people Priced for sale to a 01 who Myers. Realtor. 6638. "Fine homes" and public b.c On COLONIAL 3
tel section rambling 3-bedroom bun- HOUSE3 BUILDING
Workll LOTS Select
OAK WOOD FOB SALE- .AU length eUclenc7 .Pt prcb. street close to schools SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL-Large cypress bdroms.. your hogoaslte
t water.COLONIALTOWN a lovely home at only $ baths -
alow. A gentleman's estate .30.0 EAST SIDE 7 large rooms. 4 p.der rom. now in the attractive Dabs-
$16 per cord this week only. Phone wit 1 b- and express office is this sided 5 spacious .
with 101 down. Hlbbard bun.ao. ters and
440. -One block from Iot for buUd1 corner Iot rp Se Ca rooms. 2 baths. Ideal for large c.rh- redecorated and 2 Complet.1 lur1.dwltb dread Country dub section. Lou la
business d.trt nice rom 1234 t 1* lnt.retlD berry-Winter 2-2221. ily. Nice floors. Life roof. Worth the bu&.lo. Rec.ntI with 2 rm. Ilaed-1 prheL 2-car &Ecel. mahogany ro furntur. A all sizes. Close to school bus and

:37. Fertilizers and E. Colonial $20,000. Nice terms. Ha money. $8500 terms. Loren Dunn 2 .0 cODdlton bdrom. cnditon. roof. Furnished electric kitchen: I stores. Priced reasonably. Cash or

: /oi ORANGE AVE 473 Beautifully Klttlnger R..l) 2-0074.- Broker. 8 N. Brown: 2-1269. about 2 ar..ned porch.8 Ile Ter..r. baIl I L.Ume completel.abesto 113,00.terms. Weir $25.0OO.. 6614.Shown by appointment only.Ph. terms. Jane Bros.. 235 N. MaIn: 7985.

I BIOOEB LOADS of better dirt. For furnished. Nice home. Convenient. EAST SIER.are larger than citrus trees suitable ezpr.I Sntm. E. : .64.SUBVRAlmed.t. I EXCELLENT LAKE FRONT LOT-
I prompt service call Lee 2-0793. : NEW2BEDROOM HOME-Delightful
Day or .et.RB"SN BEVY SHORES-Orwin Manor .nr.s home and 112.00. terms. possession. close in. Oonly 51.050 oa terms.B. .
SMOKE kill workmanship this CASSELBERRY sleeping porch breakfastroom Nicholson 14 8. Main. I city lo.ton btw.el 2 lakes. On F. Boland. Realtor, Bldg.
army or Carrigaa
AVE.. 211 E.-Front cor .eUOD Te 1 I Rat. city conveniences. large view. 10i
lawns n. bedroom will large screened porch. 2-1619. I 672 N.
chinch bug In and reasonable rent I We have some houses : Orange: 2-4651.
I make quick comeback. helP ad& through ro. 10. ple.s the most discriminating. I New concrete block bungalow. 2 good $9.500. Terms available. Allen Johnson I G.I. or civilians. $7500 and d I minutes from downtown. Large
LOT On Geese-
t I safest lawn Brookhaven ..sn has hardwood floors sized bedrooms large living room I Revltor 140 N. Orange. 5612.'SpecIalIzIngIn LANCASTER PARK-Furnished. Check our list. C. U. Taylor. :' rooms screened prcb floor cnrlinn -
'r.tDI $ throulhout tU Ave. Winter Park plan for 2 or
ST. JAMES HOTEL-South and dinette with electric range street I
Dr. tile lth.n Homes. and 2 steel 2516 N. Orange: Ph. 5644 or I tro.hout.
C14. Roealind. Summer Single. b.t. .ldo. .U aluminu 1 c hot water heater.Norge span. brom. sash. f .pr. cash balance 3-bedroom house. $900 for both. At
FIU and good rich top soil. For fullmeasure week up; doubles. rts 9253.YMCAAttractive .creD. lue oil heat circulating heater steel casement I EASTSIDE 2 bedrooms furnished Venetian blinds. fe.ture. SEMINOLE AVE.. 727-.Just off W.Colonial :I monthly. 1935.this. Call Ben P. Field tires Box 578 S-Star.

I and quick dial I mst system. This home lo.ted .. bungalow. 150 ft. corner: 37 fruit 10.$0. in csh balance $50 month Lovely 2 bedroom i with H. S.. Realtor. Carrigan 2 LOTS Covered with large oak
ce.e. room for a choice on a .b areDe prch. at.chP D. ', -
14053. FOUD trees. Price $7500. terms. CoortD.7Relt Church and
lelhbrhO lre house. $ down
Ph. 2-4551.
Ma Building. 672 N. Orange
I :
men. or double. ald weU garage. 9.20.0.t.r. 392 N. Orange: Ph. b.l.fce trees. Lake Adair Section $7M
S1l I u lot be.utlu
POULTRY MANURE Coarse or CaU rees. The Is $ can .r.n.e. See Hlbbard 2-247. monthly. Owner le.yll town. NEW 3-BEDROOM HOME and 17 each. "You better see Byrnes aMvtIt.

Ir1 By ton or sack. Phone 3927 8. financed. Harlow G. Fredrick. 118 Wlt.1 2222.COLNITOWN ESTrom 2 screened porches. SUNSET DRIVE 407. Eight-room i. extra lots bounded by 4 streets. .- Broker 1946 W. Fairbanks Ave..
1. Par Poultry Farm. S.RATES Beautiful- D.U. .el. b. Orange Ave.. Dial 8188. I storage room: LAKE LUCERNE SECTION This house. 4 bdrm.2 kitchens wit Ideal for trailer camp. Land all cleared. Winter Park.
2S28 E. Jefferson. furnished house has 3 bed
best construction. guest
rom aii. garare. Lot Electricity, lake prlvtleves. Owner
FEAT-Black d myrtle shrubberyof er double. private Great Live Orlando. I 2 LOTS-Fruit trees in back; aade
NI. t 1 and porch
a kinds. TruplaU and Lake .b.U onrloklD; A pretty block I rooms. b.t aeepl" UP,SOUTHEAST bedrooms. 2 baths. must sacrifice. Only $15 000. White tree In front. $ 00. Water aad
a Vi&1. Phone 27. built for the owner EAST SIDE-3 completelyand stairs. bedrom. 1.1. UYII room. -possession. 18 Nnnex Bros.. Broker: 824 N. Mills: 2-1683. lights available. Adam St.
)d.ok Pb 2.aUI 500 C.. W. P. BACKSPIN DR. 2. New 2 bedroom bO..lo. th.t bdrm. Corner dining room and kitchen downt.ln.Closed Imedl.t $ Sear
and hobby room. Nice kitchen and has some I.tu. An extra for1hed. In porch wide 'wth Q.1 Ic. : Michigan. George L. Wright
on ;
ROMR.SD kitchen with lot with garage room. Avery II r.r I
: an
Plants. and Seeds size I lOdn N. Orange
31 own .ble. Men only. b.tb New refrigerator. $6250. $2500 comfortable porches on 3 sides of Ample 6' LOTS OR GROVES in this IO acre
extra size living porch .extra
plumb .scl.n'condUon for Corner SOUTHEAST Attractive ; THIS is m of bearing trees oa lake just oat-
doW 01el.BEY .zp.nlon. bOI.low
ROOM AND WOOdruff lug in laundry and utility lot
R Sm BA70 rom of Srene prche.. .ttc x 150. Close to bus 2 bedrom garage side city limits. Right for develop
cherry Street a' A.ne garage and extra QU.ltF I.btll fan bund i and aho1 $12.- Ircb. I Beautiful Cherokee Park. 4 bedroom ment. Harry Heath. Broker, opposite
SHORES-In this section Terms. Crawford with .tor. Ned. rep.ll. workoP. I" 1101 frn.c. P.we
Wllliama. 1 E. fixtures. Prettily
Concord Av* twin and double Inner- on corner plus rented garage apart
I 750. W. B. 14 at Vogue Theatre in Cotoaialtown: 83S3
Can bc homes we offer 2 new Call Bobt. Pryde. Realtor. 668 N. Orange Nicholn escpUon.1 18$0.lumhed
b.oUu for I ment. Immediate possession of this
DESIGNS a specialty. Cut Phone kitchen laun- 11.$0 O'H.r.More.R.ltr. C. P.
PE 1. corsage and .ed. dry. 620 E Livingstone. and tile bath. On.with can b.3 bedrooms 109 E. Pine Street. 'I ; 2-$96 S M.I 2-11. '. Ratr Escolye It wt. Or.n.; dial fine home. Furnished. $18.OOO; un 55. Country Property for sale
.'. pucase i furnished. $16.500. Ph. 23134.
Garden 2319 H. CONWAY SECTION- special. 23282.SoUrHzAsTS
nrnished unfurnished. LAKE block
Or. EAST SIDE-(Close In>. Lovely 2 bedroom "
Phone 471. Rental Agencies New frame on 5are Ir COUNTRY PROPERTY "Since 1110.
2111.KOAY 3-bedroom bungalow beautifully buna1. I new with
".1 good garden ]. $3500. concrete block home tu in Tl mll Ask Asher Peter. Realtor, -He
STRAWBERRY plant AH large lots. Inspect OoF living room home furnished
I.nd..d 1941. Extra large .cen.d
D. r.u. $1 per hundd C. LANDLORDS win supply you tel. Robt. L. Pd.Realtor. Harold V. Realtor 1 ventilation. Hardwood : throughout porch Uylrm. couple. Nicely fur near stor. bus and ahol. probably knows." Central and Maia
desirable tenants free of charge 37 W. CentraL f
Fhelp N. Orange; with kitchen equipment move you in:
e Wad 1 Ay. Ph a 2-596. full tile bath 9th extra ned new 1.25.0 tal.nce
R Wnte Prk. and obU'Uon Just phone v* your I large all electric Screened ; Kelvinator. Attached ga Act Qutkl-e p.u CHILDREN WASTED:

PEPPER ya.ncF. Real Ett A.m kithen Central rage. 62 ft. landscaped $8500. Hardman with HOME AND iNCOME-
BEAVER 2 bedrooms I porch and & lot .
PL8 lo .Ca Won cy. Court St. ST.lUIN. .rl. Really Ideal for children. T
der 2-tL floor tile CONAY-Pl.h.d. S room and heat. House tem. Call Thelma wit H. tor 21 West Washington Street.
."n.. 1 B 1.1 RENTAL SERVICE-Free t land b.th. fire pl.ce.CLNTWN. .0 b.th LrK ground. Some with red maple furniture. IUrushe Boland. Realtor. CardIgan Phone 8106. home close to school plus 3 room Corner of 2 paved road 4 miles out
F. lords and E. Well worth the 672 N. 2-4551. cottage. 5 acres orange grapefruit 10 acres. 660 trees plnespptos and
beautifully landscaped
tD.nt 8 Buret IncudP. blinds. Lot 65 x 135 Inl. Or.n. _
aUBBJY farce election t Broker. 37 Very convenient price of $ Mark Louis pecans pines large garage chicken Valencies. Mae produced a* taaest a*
M.ln 236.Eo 620. wt 7 citrus trees and rare LAKE ZOLA SECTION- SOUTH WEST-New block 2 bedroom
home. Here
you Frne 3 house. Fine lots could be sold. ImmedIate
InU7 70. Princeton.BURPEE'S Muwh WE RENTALS $3 service take .trs. Two nicely Geeslln. R.ltr. 143 N. 2164CLE shrubbery. Underground spr1ID bedroom home; 2 tile house. Lot 110 X 135. 1506 W. posession. A3 for $3500. $5000 for one crop. Partly fvath*<
.1 cholcl
FO"I 2-story frame home. 4 bed inssn1H .
charge. Real Estate. 29 furnished one system back and front closet space. Convenient to schools 37th. St.SOUT Ph. 2-3134.
Olaat.Garden and Soul Court Street. me 2 bedroom and bm. home must be seen to be appreciated. and shopping center. Price $10.500. -Neat and cheerful five baths. Rents $100. Also 4-rooea
Jwe a Sweet ng are both .Iep I IN-East. 4 blocks from Or- Immediate possession. Price 116.0. Ann Goodwin with Herman Goodwin and including house, rents $25. Priced at $15400

Pan Mew N arriving 48-1. Beach Rentals prcb. Tee. location. S1S.5OO 'De Tl is it. 2 bedrooms frame terms. Jamerson and Carte. Raton Inc.. Broke 677 N. Or.ne dial electric lurn1e with come term*.
da. Ck'Creek. .. 2610 and $13.50. CaU Audrey Plttman n. kitchen. Close t bus ; 12.8. Main; A 9855. cash down payment. Call -17S HOME FOR SALE-3 room home fur
DAYTONA BEACH-Hotel with StmPn-ttn Metcalf Bldg. sod stores. $7250. Vt cah Lre ter) Carter. 8516. Moore. Realtors. 109 E. Pine; 2-0836. nished. SH acres fine land oa Ban Bros. Agency, Realtor 112 H
ABOUT 1M Blolt hard road with electricity mail etc., Orange; 3189.
seedling ready 124 Phone Dunn. 6 N.
.w. Orange Ave. In
Brkr. of LAKE Owner transferred
fo VIEW out
outside -
SEU clF1t. SOUTHEAST-2-bedroom com in one of the best localities in Eastwood
10 M hos.
.ddlA. Ie.d, business district. Low Summer daily COLLEGE PARK- Jde t7p 3-bed and stores. of City. Says sell my new concrete pletely
Meal addition edge of Orlando. Only
A few
sours al. E. arid weekly rate Bright airy rooms.Phone PARK-New. 2 rom home that condi Completely furnished block home well located: large kitchen. fh.d. stores .eletr McKelvey.
B. Lawrence and Son. Gotha. brom. b.nao. $3000. terms. Broker. 64
Pu. Daytona Beach 1158. m.ann constructed Sre.nP porch breakfast room 160 ft. corner living-room; large kitchen wl tile line. Owner leaving!twn For quick E. Central Arcade. Room 8.
OCEAN SERENADE at Coronado floors. Large screened 1-car garage. $10,5OO. lot. Price Wit terms. Julia drl 2-bedroom; tile attic sale. $8750 with $2. balance BARTON ROAD-Rural home
Livestock and SuppliesCOW B.c. New modern porch. Modern in Corner Allen Johnson. Realtor. 140 N. Orange Ltndberg. 1.50. attached garage: 75' front lot good terms. W. B. Nicholson Realtor. 51-1. Lake County Property 5 room and bath. Frame construetion. -
.y.r r..p. In Homes." About 2V, acres of land. 2O bearing -
on ocean. lot both On : 8612. "Spd.lzlll Venetian blinds Iclude. All 14 8. Main. .
Good fo beef or mflk. 2T.5 bus wt EAST SIEI easy walking d terms. Wil 21119.SOt orange tree come lemon and
mile payment for GI
3a Be
ln. DW live 12.5.0 ORANGE GROVE 20 acres surrounded -
per day. 3Vi months tance U Yn 1..bl. rom 2-bedroom bananas also citrus seedling stock
5785 West Washington 1lal.
Across the Flagler Street on Peninsula Avenue Inn.teD' Co. : house with la. R.ltr. 2 .. by water. High hammock
street from Bledsoe Fuel ta aene On ready for budding. Productive garden
to W. Washington. At&e cor.r pI.
COLLEGE PARK St land frost proof. Grove in excellent
OU Company. Winter Park al.f.SPEC Phon front porch and screened 110. purchased a larger space. 1ST well with electric ZMWB-
RTE at Magills* Guest porch with laundry tubs with hot and and sell furnished for with condition with approximately 7000 Paved road school bus and Mtephoo
CAT -3 registered Baanan m Sp'. Ot. Nov.. Vi block COLLEGE PARK-The real value 1* 2 bedrooms larger than average. living House is frame, floors LAKE VIEW C.rml ft-room Vi W. Key at office. 15 withC. box crop. Nice home site. Water navigable service. Priced at S6.0OO with term

.nt A I 13 for a Sheraton .n o..n here la this attractive two bedroomlouse room with fireplace dinette I h dr pine and site is one and one block bunlao.. la'l..li 1. Realtor. 140 N. Or- to ocean. No better grove to to be arranged. McNatt-Reasley. Real
with breezeway and garage. glassed sun porch garage sidewalkand Furnished $10- a.eat rom Exceptional 23282.VII be found in Lake County. Price $27.5OO. .- tors. 15 W. Washington St.
BORE bora* 4* Fe.old. 49. Business Rentals I Fully furnished and located on one of sewer but on unpaved .treet I 500. Call Margaret O'HarraMoore. at Call with Henry .ne Phone A. T. "Buster" Carter.
Inquir erer of Texas College parks prettiest sites. near schools and stores. 2-2380. 109 tet. Burgh Broker. 916 Kohl Ave.. 2-109. DRIVE SCON-2-be 9516. Jamerson and Carter. Realtors.
Call Pcenl.0. 19. Overpeck will show this. .Ieplnl 12 S. Main. LAKE FRONT 4 room house furnished. -
Beef. OFFICES for rent. I or 2. O.H.Moore. $ M. of the
BO-ye.tk Ce.n' : E. Agency. Realtors. 112 N. HIGHn. bungalow. condition. $6500. 3 acres land. 12 miles Or-
h B Pr P C neat. Fronts on street. cee' to. Ple: 2-838. Orange Br. TeL 5189. older \P hom.I restricted $2500 cash balance terms. C. C. GarIftts. 52. Groves for Sale lando. $8750. "You better tee Byrne
2-83. location. Phone 2-0991. CHEROKEE LAKE VIEW-New bungalow on large
SOL SECTION A ae. 2-tory spacious b- I broker. 912 N. Mills. 2-1747. about It." 1964 W. Fairbanks. Winter
MOVE YOUR SHOW horse homey ltte bedroom house rooms with mirrored doors and lot with lovely view of large lake. Park.
In trailer for a rae Look SHOP SPACE-120 W. Pine. oa paved .tre' close to Cherokee closets sleeping porch and 2 tiled Bus service all utilities only $1.-. WINTER PARX-2 rUDtt 3 I COMMERCIAL GROVE-Wen located
at this new 2-hone rut High for at $7150 on CONROY ST.. 515-' room bungs- on second floor. 15x30 5OO.OO. cash balance on deferred pay- I bedrooms IV* : Insulated on large lake In Orange County. POULTRY FARM-2 bedroom modern

trailer at Fa'l Haneh Peel Ave. term Some lure Call low.. 4 bedroom double garage. tat 15x15 dining room .IY V& ....v "5'_ _v .u... roof. tld. fr j 125 acres In tract a little over 100 home garage storage. 14
Phone O'Harra ca Large lot. chicken run. 8 citrus trees. Iomo and sun parlor. Oak floors $7.0. See Mr. WIDdh.1 with newly sanded. In condUot acres in grove. 6.553 trees. 18-25 poultry houses, oranges shrubs
3500 SQ. FEET-ground floor pace AAor. 10 E See and maker offer on easy trm' rom. Fruit tree*, palm asaleaa Swop. Realtor. Fine. Large corner lot. Priced to ., years old. 14532 trees 7 years old. shade trees. 4 miles Winter Park-
WE HAVE .heavy milker just Ire Modern lu.prof building. Idea rno... A. T. Dorsey. Broker. 550 N. Or.ne and landscaping on a large Rec- Phone 1 750. Ask for H-861. Harold B. 93% good varieties of oranges. 1% Asking $9975. "You better see
another freshen 15th. t for storage or heavy machineryThree CPE PARK-Drastically cut 4412. I I' An Condlet Realtor. 37 W. Central i grapefruit and tangerines production Byrne about K." 1964 W. Fairbanks.
creation room over
c. in Nov. 1st. Some others 10"m1 to five F.'I I. Reasonable 01.1 1uil city will cell h For 3-bedroom : better than 30.00O boxes. $12S.OOO Winter Park.0ROOM .
Lawrence. Harlow very home COLLEGE PAK BAA ideal family set-up. AU this only Wl1'iT PARK-Prewar
E S Gotha. 118 O. Broker. rated on high. .b.nao. l $8300.00 cu r. 2 bed $25.000. Joe O. Myers, Realtor. 663$. LAKE on corner lot In LakeKnowles I takes It H cash. See Mr. Little with MODERN HOME Furnlzhed. -
N. Orange Ave. Dial 8188. AA SECON-2-tn. 4
P. 2-bath. music room cm.1.lt rooms and Fine Homes." bdrm bme section. Fruit trees laundry Harold Shepherd Realty Co. 20 K. 10 acres bath hot water
I Jbr.living also a 2% room modern ef- roof. 2ft 2-car garage and room. 1H baths. Washington St. Phone 5124. 100 citrus trees. 400 chickens. Jersey
4ff. Pet Stock and Supplies room d.tt bus and store. Attractive Te b.t awl .
dll rm
50. kitchen breezeway to '. earase. fll.ncF apartment and garage. PoP EST-.I with screened front Wt furnished .p.rm.n' above. 11500.. for appointment.Ben 14 ACRE GROVE-On a small clear cow. horse. 3 calves tractor, garage.outbHUoJnca. .
Wanted to Rent solar .ntem. heating. cRy ncondl"one Inside and Field with R. P. Blnd lake with Meal homesite. All bearIng Hew refrigerator. For
porch and large attaecd araeOnly Wde .arke Wbetr
BOARD. YOU D Cricket Acre t. :o C.ftrl. Drlye.Pc Including washIngmachine $1635 down. $35*per with C. Davis. Realtor. 4 W. Realtor. Carrigan Bldg. 672 01- trees-Pineapples. Parson Brown sale by owner. $11.000. 5 mile cen
w- A home AFT. OR HOUSE-Furnished or and For 1360. mont ange; 2-4551 or Winter Park
way from Dl.t.n Puppies. I furnished. 2 business girls. :D COLONIALTOWN SECTION-Frame appointment aW m.ene. Bi Douglas with H- F. BI.Id Washington: 7809. 5R seedlings and grapefruit. Warm location tar Orlando. Box 562 8-Star.

COCKER $60. Fb. 281 U Winter Park after 6 bungalow. Living 2-2380. with ca ..Holcmb. Carrigan Bldg.. 672 LAKE FRONT-2 bedrooms or possibly WINTER PARK-Near college andschool. near TJmatllla. $18.000. See 6 ROOMS AND 29 acre*. 9 acres
rm. flpl.c. to really buy E. Morse A Co.. Realtors. Eus-
SAIPr AC dining ange; 2-4551. 3, large living room This a good Harry fenced paved road. Plenty fruit
Black. montb o P bo pm. and r. 3 mo.r lth.n, bat Pne. etc. lt.n In a nice 5-room frame house.Screened stls. Flm. for good buys on Citrus 3 wells. 10 miles from Orlando. Only

t.t. Call 2-481. APT. OR HOUSE Dee for tr space life time plet 0 COLONIAL GARDENS 3-bedroom tlkhenet b.t lp. a separ porch and 2-car garage. It's Groves. $4500. L. A. Pitt Broker Ph. 7883.

CHIHUAHUAS Pedigreed male pup- adults by Sept. 15 1. dO'garage. AU for gll.SOO. rf. home. fue tile b.t Reducedto lln. D1t1 rooms and furnished for only $95OO. terms. Call HOME AND GROVE acres of good 218 South Main.
pie*. Dana Roadside Park South write P.O. Box 1029. Orlando. Frank Crebs 507 .nurlhe. $10.0 ec.U.n' kr. to re FERN CREEK SCHOOL SeUODP .t .p.rent only $3000 tat Bill Douglas with H. F. Boland. Real bearing grove with comfortable
Orange > miles South Meka party. Courtney Realty. W'I t. bedroom compl.t. I tor. Carrigan Bldg. 672 N. Orange. IS ACRES-3-room home partly fur
Bl T APT. OR HOUSE-Furnished 1 or 2 Phone 2-110. In 1941. Asbestos You i home. Just outside city one block nished.
of 392 N. Orange; bt m.t.n acr- Phone 2-4551. and running
bedroom for mdd..e couple PARK-Modern 2-247. k floors, large drive by and walkaround off highway. Price $12.5OO. Can Mr. water. $2950. terms. Will take larg
DALMATIAN: at stud. C Junior No children or p.r.l. Q\lt CLa of cement 3 COLONIALTOWN-Only a few blocks .1d1 porch- it, if yon 1 deie The PP, W pA-U5 Orange Phillip with Stimpson-staton. Met house trailer a* part payment. W. A.
references. Call Bob bl eteto elt t b.tb arn erty is vacant house calf Bhlg. Phone 6159.
Sleet 01 from stopping .
Stok-Da C.t Acre K&1. located on 100-ft. centr. t.tr. eSC. new cn VaneF.2 11 McKenney. Broker; 495O
Cheney Hi-
KenneL. 13 Fla. Ext. 5. Asbestos root. 11 -. la... IV story. 3 1 b.th.2- school and stores.e.1 Ca I. $3.500.00 and the entire property at once. The 1 tnU Price b 10. PRODUCING GROVE-IS acres. V, way; 2-7144.

DOG and X-cel APARTMENT or 4 rooms for two $10.500; term Allen John ccc garage. Lifetime roof assume mortgage 1.0.0. total address t 701 1 Terrace BIYd 1 block 0. Yaue. 101 Valencia. H Pineapples good crop 20
FD Kbl Orlando d appreciative adults. Local references. 8n Realtor. nal.bl.. ; 8512."Specialising oU heat. 2 Ilplc.5 citrus trees. If TOO wpd you from Highland Lk APet and -p m. set. Can't be beat at price of $10.- ACRES-House. Electricity avail
ppU. IO Or. 11'0. able.
Store. Dial Phone 2-2225. Large 119 10 f. tot. Vacant .i t .urr Reg 1 you want to go t pie.ca WINDEMEREAmong the Lke" 5OO. King Real Estate. 3O E. Church with Hlnton.$2800. some terms. See Todd
move right $11..IU O. Wa M.t. Realtor. 150 E. Robin-
APARTMENT or house 11 Pc Mor. Realtor. .pnt..n' 2-3 New 2-bedroom frame t 8435. "Open Sundays.
Cocker SpameL 7632.
FuPFIES- AKC cc- "at Cu nuhed to we ae son. ph.
60 Pine. Phone 5812. After office 81. bClu.eA.et.
istered. Red. p and blond. P pl. 2-2292.Quiet. Ko cdrn 01 pt CONWAY-In the heart el this old an offer for a little less will tke bU.ye I. hours call 2-8. :8. Mai .h.l. aren. prb Y.Dt.. 6.3 Acreage lor Sale SPECIAL OPPRR3SO.In.. East
Rt. 5. El settlement we are offer See Geo. P. Brass Realty .
r"ORab. 1 WIn C. li LAKE WELDONA SECTION-Within frontage. 1947 electric refrigerator end of Ralford Rd. Mace money
15. east of APT. built 4 frame home.
6 Ih"'F Dial a 116 and couple- Pee garage apt. Orlando Young It neat In every room Including Central Ave. Ph 2-3155. city 1t 2-drom masonry electric l. electric .at. h.tr. APPROXIMATELY 23 acres II miles while at leisure. I am offering my 4
Cl. bll m.r 1 I p.rlul.1 COLONIALTOWN hone. space rear. Nice $9.000. out. 1OOO ft. on Cheney Hwy. $995. bedroom home completely furnished
for the almost Mo.rD Jb FERN A lovely City home.in farle. $52. A
ask 197Ml.pI reidet la lutu PA neighborhood. 2 blocks Phone and poultry farm.
location and down.
b pr.nent and electricity with rm. tile bth 1.1- a 1b.U Dn. Bke. 8. $2OO owner 4549. $720 monthly Income
PUPPIES-4 fe old. dl.bl **O lt Fbo I. te Cuntrl b About $1.750 from
See 539 $5.500. cash BOO layers
nace SH
aU m. well furnished by pump. t..meni oW.r. fro boa WINTER PARK. Kentucky LAKE FRONTAGE Half a mile on acre of
p.e$43.50 if I bor ater I About 14 acre of fertile land N. Mls. lll living cter I wl ,$4O per mOt Ca Furnished 12 Aye two beautiful John's Lake with 8O acres the finest olL 60 large fruit tree*.
oer- D. lrme
Monday for this APT. OR HOUSE Just wl 4 aene 1.1 all
I with Joe O. varietlea. 3
newly bum
Castle. a me Pm.n.nt lately citrus tree AVE.. E.-WeU fumle looks Can be purchased Mora brm large r good citrus land in very warm spot poultry
O. William Pine pl.nt CT bouse
Sntn"lt.1 empl7e. garden Price 4950. H rm bungalow and nicely furnished or unumhe I 881.I non. blnd. in rich citrus section. Splendid fish accommodating 15OO layers.
TROPICAL FIB Largest election 11 ImL 1. run and $ .hlken. on balance. room. bedrooms. 3 porches. Can Owner w.nt offer To .e tbl Ilce I NORTHEAST-Beautiful 2-bedroom screened porch automatic ing and camp sites bathing. Good garage and work shop, feed and storage

In .re AlaUI sup .APT. for bride and groom to be. Man McNntt-Heasley. Realtor 15 W. be handled on $4000 cash balance home Audrey .li concrete block Go. D.b. nace and water beater in atthe investment. A place to play la Sum room $15.000 take aU. Dial 9723.

plies. Harry pr.neDt employed at &t. Washington St. ISO month. Good location. Roper Etimpsontton. Realtors I neighborhood. $ : c garage. Beautiful lot I mer and Winter. Reasonably priced.

rico.oU Lawrence Ave..Winter faI. C. U Jat7. and Main 2-3 9159. White Brae- 824 N. *. by owcar. 761 K 1' 1224 Palmer 01. Phone S467. Continued. On Next FageJ

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--4$. Country;; Property for Sale|!' S6. Business Property for Sale |! 60. Business Opportunities I 64. Help Wanted-Female | Mister Breger 75. LTsd Cars for Sale i 78. Trailers-Tracks for Sale I! (Drlan&n frtnllnrl

rj ACRES 6 miles south of Sanford attractive water FOHD 35 sedan. Clean iniide and ;; TODNO'S TRAILER SALES. Orange FRI SEPT. 5. 1947 PAGE 23
on old Orlando Highway. DEVPERVer1 cut. raoio and heater. Interestedpeople < Blossom at Amela 1941 "M"
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11 .
.tie frontage on paved road. wooded prop@rt-34 .cr. Ilc.17, FROZE CTAR BUSINESS-on better snap this up See at systems Ubrty. as before
looses- T room and 4 room, plenty -ISOO .ih .nd spre.dll o.k Hlehet r.Unl.. ,I Joel The 36Vs R.st.urant 2993 Kuhl TOO bar. Host ln.bl Trailers most I
on Lane Peon sign seen long I
Priced for ..t..r frontret.d ;I;
.< outbuildings. atmosphere but Experienced.. Halt Ate. ruon.1 Ir.
AK. S8500. X. A. Corlnaton.: Sanlord.rit. not New Mills freezer and 4 large cabi BOOKKEEPER I II' I! .
JU. 2 Box 159. I new furnished 2 bedroom house with nets. 5 year lease. New masonrystand )'ORD.-1939 Tudor DeLuxe. New motor .:0 DW bay a home trailer !iLOANS LOANS LOANS'
2 car garage and pump house-house '. with glass front. Gooddrivein I .work. Carl Hailnbotbam. 300 !j .Urea. A good buy. Cities F.nk Reed Large selectionof ,
160 ACRE general crop and stock I exceptionally well planned with space..lt' 5500.00 cash. I' Service St. and Orange new trailers to choose
farm. 136 acres in cultivation large porches a enclosed sunrootn. For'' Pont wait. S e N. Weems with N. Main St.'BEAUTY. I Biaaaom St.tn 2 from. Up.to as to pay. Why
,[welling bouse tenant bouse. Plenty" quick sal. 16.50.0. Fred W. Ben- Startle Wiiam. R "otor. 21 West ; '. Cce"ki'w TraU Good pay rent? Frank month Tr.ur Sales. Borrow By Phone I
FORD 1936 2 door
buildings. 2 deep veils good der. Reator.! I -
rat 977 Phone Phone 8106. : san 201 N. Orange Blossom
B& Stret. Tr.i
eneini.. One row farm. All tractor I o Sanford Fla.: i transportation for Irt..
ind equipment bone milk cow. :;.' .' ; 250. J. S. C. Motors, 550 N. .., 194 ZIMMER TANDEM ia here In .CALL CS-THEN STOP
blood sows and piss one horse; 57. Real Estate Exchanged FILLING STATION AND Restaurant ; I Ave. Open Sundays. and 6-passenter mOI. Equipped

.uO. cane milL 5.2 sIres tobacco 17.000 gallons already this montbI TOR-M"AGE 2 door sedan. I, with Butane p. .. .' IN THE SAME HOUR FOR
notract. oil burners in tobacco barn. trade I'I filling station. Restaurant a.e- I wanted for dO.Dtw b.ut7 e. but a RUle size Frtiidaires. All models .oa
3 I acres bearing pecan grove. This: t tI I ATTON-WU for property good new of during Summer (150 per Telephone 6'0 t.r.u app.r1. Motors. S lo. Orange display. ( to 3O montha to par THE CASH I $50 &$300
it operated under AAA j ,value Perhaps the best spot in Or.ndo for I.I.I Open Sundays. Frank Trailer Sales. 201 N.
I firm in
.u.l or near Orlando or I (5000 will E. : With foUosIC. AY. _
I gramLncstd in Su..nne PrO-I good automobile Washing f1nl. st.ton h.ndl. EEUCS-enor. LASALLE-1939. Original owner. Orange Blossom TraaATENTIONl ret! Get cash quickly on yesr Eicnsvture. -
37 S. Main Nort Or.nl
M. Harreu. 1. & 10.Z Brker. i lo.
M. ton Bt.
1 I r R I
FeUborn. Florida. 32 1 phone 2-3063. Avenue. I I Harvard.Clean In every respect. 121 East Auto or Furnttare. Call today

571. Beach GROCERY STORE Sports goods and I GIRL WANTED-Apply at
''Property CUT l
for I Motor
56.Business Property bale station lake front with ) at 69 West Church LINCOLN ZEPHYR 1937.
gas on Or.nl". I rebuilt. A food buy at 350. GFC LOAN COMPANY
FARTHEST units. ?IICS section. COCOA BEACH is Orlando's bach (70OO stock and equipment. Gd It"i I Jut Station. 1537 E !
Sh@l .Colonl
Mr. Pulsipher the only year round Mutt sell i
Better buiel. for general houseI
calking distance COLORED MAID -
I 16.0. Over there bad health. at 665 N. OrangeAve. M.ERCURY-I945 2-door sedan. This East PtblMon Phone 6795
has lots
Wo return and houses faTorably I I work and cooking. 9.30 7. Call 1
4 t la special built from bumper
t tan 127 E. Gore. 035.. l.te. reasonably priced. Orlando. FloridaOARAGE I 2-0297. car C GROVE OWNERS
.ner. filling' to bumper The motor develops 175
.! .HOU6&o la. One COCOA BEACH-Good development and station with I CHECKER-CASHIER b exI H-P and has been road tested at
UARnT I living For lease sale. I
bst loaton. completely Investment opportunity. House and See quarters.S. or I perienced. 5 day work Good 135 nlf.per hour Chromium plated S CONST. COMPANIES
309 Hughey.
furlhed ap..rmen of 4 6 ocean front lots favorably located. owner. I j starting salary. Quick advancement. p-.Mons! and ohnd.r. Very reasonable -

beautiful Pulsipher. Realtor. I'I GROCERY AND MEATS-Long established Apply Margaret Ann Store. Church : Special at 6 W. Central HEAVY EQUIP.
rm, apartment. Exceptionally .eU'fure businets on a close-in and Ave. only R S.
ae For HAVE SOME fine home. 15. east side corner. Low rent. Ros.lid.I ..
Price partic- n"1
10.0. 000 to ( All stock and equipment. 5750. 0 COK-W Experienced. Refer- MTRcCLTO Harley-David- OPEUATRSCommercial
Mr. } with Harold Some furnished I to 9 PJn. Top Extraa. R. S. EVANS'DAILY
Inepherd Realty Co..oS1 E. Washingon Pulsipher. Realtor. good ters. Call Jack Lockamy withC. I .al.r1.Convnl.nt
Park .
St. Phone 8124.PARTMEXTTJCILDINQ. _ Cocoa Beach. W. Walters. Realtor. 672 N. Orange lando. Phone to 5509 Winter .nd I $410. Any Loper Eustis. I.
Res. 2-6652
I ; 65O9. lightweight
I. [ .just oft s. 58. Real Estate Wanted I cooking and MOTORCYCL-F.mou.
HOTEL-16 16 baths. 5 HOUSEKEEPE-me -J.mes le per caU
,OraOe. 5 nice rma bath and stores fully roma tl I care t.o (2 and 6 yrs.t bump erasing sprnn. (355

front privatenuance ACGE to 10 acre tract. modern. Sacrifice for ( cnditin while mother works par time. Goodhome I down. balnc month D. Varner.
to each ..p..rent 2 aprt 10 miles of .1h. I Beverly Hotel Orange City.OF; .rm.I and small sl. perm.nant! Inc.. CentrL
o picnic furibed. lIar.les. A Must be reasonable with terms. Write reply. 616 Verona .. KIm MOTORCYCLE 1941 Harley-DavM- DOZEN
122.500. terms. a iVCt H._ Rt. 4. Box R HIGHWAY RETAURAh1:5 ft. -
StePS contact P. I. Branan MIler. 16.G. I frontage me. Flord. son 61" Perfect condition. 675. Batteries

0 I Dam. Realtor. 41 W. Waslton 1nt C I ACREAGE-About 20 .cre.. Must eQuuped. ready for occupancy. Must I HOCSEKEPIRLv. in. and Care salary.for 2 I Wilcoxson. 515 N. G.rl.n 8060.MOTORCYCLE. .

''809.kCL._ _ _ _ hav lake or spril at least 6 ft. month to protect liquor chldren. Harley-Davidson '41
__ _... i
ft., lowest par acreage. Pre I lcns. Call A. T. Davis. Broker. 3 S.St.r. j "61" model. DeLuxe: good condi-

FRSAGEG2. or factory.ae ferably central County or NW MaI: 5529HIGHWAY SEWING MACHINE OPETORSI | ton. tS75. 1418 29th St. FROM $20.35 TO $56.35 12 Outotaadntg Buys Listed Body .

I' tlte. Owner must sell iedte1. I Orange County. Box 591 6-Star. il-92-Rests65snt. beer. Experienced. week. .ork.transpor Si,. ).tor roe.,.tpih.a,its.,W.cIJ cold'nn'5 i I NASH-1939 4-door sedan; $495. S "
I Greatly reduced. wine gas station. 200 ft. paved pay; five days a I at_.1509 East Jefferson Street.OLDSMOBILE .
homes. businesses
bx tU ACE and I congenial Come I .
: gStar.LPAETMENTS. Buyers waiting. Courtney driveway. 6-room owners apartment t.Uon lunouDdil. l0 An' after -1947 club cruiser 93I 18 to 24 months guarantee
unfinished cabin. Space for cabins n.d to work. Sewing you close me up Doc, wouldja sew a
i -Northeast. 6 Realty. ; 392 N. Orange; dial Plant. FU. I series blue. radio heater
I new unit ._. 2-241. or trailer p.rc. With or without lake C..elbr. button ?" I I maroon tul drive. at 400 N. ORANGE
Hew fumture. Frllld.ln. re APARTMENTS Homes. Groves Bust. frontage. Midway. 11 miles STENOGRAPHER Permanent on my pajamas IIP cvrs. hdr.m.tl
lrlt 10f. lot. Icom. Pll- ness Property" StoP as you shop I north of Orlando.HARDWARESTORE. I tion. Five and a day See and 1.1. o true
40 per month Ice next to Fla. B.nk" and list It with P O. Box 2406.SWICBOAD. t for late smaller car. Ph. DIAL 4771
j' ', terms 10.00 George Kittredge & Wel estb i 2-6233 SEARSWe
29. Sn Reator.I 66. Sales Help Wanted 74.
Herman Good East Central- lashed business. .n OPERATOR Not | Autos-Trailers Wanted J JFILLEY
Broker. 677 N. 1 stock. White Box 477 old Hours 4 to OLDSMOBILK-194O 2 door san
win Inc. Orange; I 'r.O IO.tlOn I p.m. I
I 955. BUNGALOW LISTINGS in north t I lam Past experience unimportant JR SALESMAN To service chain MOTORS INC. buy seller Exceptionally cl.an wood
APARTMENT: : BUIl.DING-Cloneln. and east sUon. home and knowledge rel.tvel 'I grocery store stock by known trade car f: high!' ibis J. S. C Motors SeO N. Orange can save on
A1 your you money
If you want a home with an Income income I LAKE APOPKA-Fishing camp, house requirement. Orl.ndo food products company. .el and dollar. See at 200 W.: or Are Op n Sunday_ _ FORD-.l94l 2 door setfan. Ra
Strcknd. streets
:., 'ipper, you have It In 1 this lower property.one to 2 Broker. 23 W. Cur h; 675. building.for owner.A-l Cabins boats furnished.and store I job cbe p.. Apply to City Cab.Co., I expense Must own car. Sl.r every I Phone 5416.PRIVATE .u I j PLYMOUTH 194 Tr sedan. A HEAVY DUTY d Compare at _f M
ap.rent kcker night. Grocery
BUNGALOWS good listing Mr. Mears or Mr. experience perfect car Only
home. Income a Money maker. Priced HoeU pre I een
I rent and and home.S170 sue tale!! We will the 1 I Trent Evans. Broker. r1 h.N. Or- Experienced. Good I ferred. Start about SPt. 15th. Gi.. PAT WILL pay up to I $19.Colonial Motors 129 ru.E Colo
: month a fur s.aeUor. I SHIRT GIRLS- full information I I i used Phone door
Ice P. O. cod PY-lH
I 126.500.. terms if ded. I you supply t. prouct l.nd. A.e.. Winter Park. 618. pay Ivanhoe Laundry 1630 N. I Box 2149. Jacksonville..bout ourl. i -110. cr. n.1 Ph 2- BATERIES <__ 5an.

I I \ rrebs. 507 Metcalf Bwdulf; phone I K tr.l H.sUnl. Realtor.4237. 6n E Cen I LAKE LUCERNE SECTION If you Orange Avenue.SECREARY _ SALESMAN A for I ON-THE-SPOT CASH PAID for good i iI PONTIAC-1947. Fully .qnped.. Immediate 2- for I runaiag car -$795
Arc.de tone. -
; 2-1710. a interested d in a beautiful for National 'go-lI..ter" 1 I clean 4-dor
WANTED larle. WA TE nationally advertised building maintenance used cars. Jm Cars. I
) -
Northern delivery. IS months to P"' snlDEBAKER4
CABINS AND APARTMENTS-Showing FR1 buyers home with several dollars Permanent 904 North 'rble I door
i I Insurnce material line One who has i n
investors This has less than 1000 miles.
Inquiring daily for I car
S70O to XBOO per month Income. per income you must position many benefits. 5-day week. I following and 'i, 2-4521. edao. Excellent transport atfcw -

.: Tear ermr.round. V.n rnt.ll. 14.0.C.liberal Mc- i! R..I buslees.. 318'2 homes W. ColonaLGRVEHOMESBUSINEE and f.rm_ _Strout_ I see this for place selling.at Furnished one. Ill health or unfur reason C.1 Miss Grant. 2-832.We several .rcbtlt experience Industrlal.j oninstitutions. I GET CASrf 5 ML'UTE Any Very Martins liberal Used trade-in Cars. 101 on your N. Main car. BUSDIEE .__$795

Cenue. 104 W. Central;_2-4775. rhed. Will trade on bun..lo. 809 SAL h..e .arhouss. de.lers. make or modeL I 8. i
I Lt" Jihon open for la-, elusive territory commission only. Motors. SOI N. Orange Ave. Phone
ucerne Terrace.
SHENEY HIGHWAY close in. 330ft. Ph Sunday die between of 18 and 36. I Can earn (5 10.0OQ year. Must have : 7878. PLYMOUTH-1941 Club coupe. Extra 6 and Volt Sizes I* CE""OT-lH Coup ExceptionaUy -
rout. 10 Realtor. Chenault Jennings Inc. calls.ORANGE to j : I I clean radio. J. S. C. Motors 550N. 1
on new .touristcabin & I .ho want to learn merchandise car. Reply to P. O. Box 1427. West nice .4655
; or t.l..r park 2500. I Orange Ave.. Pho.e 7234. AVE. Store. 33x65 and display and sl. Total work week 44 I Palm Beach. Fla. SPOT See J.CASH C. MrKellar.PAID for"Your your used ar.1 Orange Ave. Open SI"I. --

I with Herman Good HOUSE OR LOT suitable for music living quarters Masonry cnre I hours. If you ambitious and wanta DIRECT SELLING I P.ct.rd. PACKARD-1938 4 door sedan, radio.
; &rm.I Broker. 677 N. Or"De. studio. Telephone 4093. I lien and modern. permanent poitIon. come in and and -or apparel commission.Men's in Orlando i I Dalcr.. 342 N. Orange A. I Extra den. Just ovrh.uled 1420 ,* MERCURY-1M9 dub Coupe.
: 855. I HOM WAT Customer waiting pletely! furDih..d with electric discuss same "ltb Bares P. W. and surrounding counties. Full : :17.i Pinecrest Ave.PLYMOUTH Radio veryclean ___$995
now operated us your Orange
as Woolworth Co. car.
sOd 3bdrom 2-bat homo in Buldlnl garage I o- part time. Real St. Church and 1 i Buick Co.. H. Dean Ross. 530 1940 Z-or sedan.
HOME-Close In and over nice Prce .lh equIpment.Ilth'I'I Main Arcade. and lion Priced to sen. Central Florida
GUT scton. K. Aden less than I AJp S.t. Orange Phone" 5410 alter : door
50. Thl i A.e. ; 6 BUC-19. :
one of our best lteL One I Orange; 623.'I i balance over 10 morning only !IN.i. 4646. Metor. Jefferson and Garland; Cal OUR SLOGANBuy an e
t. l-room apartment and avn large HOME priced right for quirk tale. Huckel-O 118 Robinson SASYAl.t DONT SELL for :-.24 diver r 19
Re.ltrs than will
bedrooms in garage 67. we
hous. 'I location or size. Howard : dial Employment Agencies STUDEBAKER-1941 -Ion pick-up.
apartment. Large lot: citrus. I- Broker. 306 N. Main; 7325. d Store has need of an out- I.I pay. Get all you can for your old New motor. 1 N. Bryan Street.
come 'HO.o per month OPA c. j I PATJR-WANTDActve or al- stadlna phonograph record sales BROWN'S PERSONNEL SERVICE car while the getting I still 'o., Phone ;
; ins. not know of a better I lady. Must have good selling experience and Shop around then sell here. 2.23.SlDEAE1947
buy in Orlando than this at I31.50O. I HOeSE WANTED We have pros- ed business. ,nd ( .ooeb(::I record telling i possible) or work. )ure'519 Registry.W. I you II want many others have done. Central FlorIda ;. 4-door Regal

tettes In.stm..nt Co. 25 W. Wa&hngton. I sln lor l'lO and 4-bedroom 000 business first year I a knowledge of music, ple..nt personality want help t 6326.CuLrl you Motors. 1 P. Hagan. Ph 2-2424. fu equippd. beautiful 101 W. CENTRAL
Phone 8513.GUEST homer Call W. B. I the second year. Plent1 m r h.n- neat appearance and be a cal I phone_8591. fr.sh. no alll ut IS IUt

Nicholson Realtor. 2-1619; 14 S dise available on m.rlct Mus permanent resident of Orlando. 69. Work GET TOP CASH PRICE for your car'regardless delivery and month to Here
M.I StHOUSE have good references Wanted-Female s.ri! car you to drive to
HOME-Close In. finest location. of make or model. UsedCar "l DIAL 4321
Mr. Cole for appointment. 4923. This position offers a real opportunity I Exchange really (22K. n&r.a
C.l 219 W. Washington apr.t.
: Super construction.Epicandspan. : I EXPERIENCED office executive i
QU.lt1 to tsoo a WANTED-We have pro I RIO SHOP-Complete and fully and excellent p.. See Mr. Wire credit finan cor. St. Phone 2-2882. 3245. T er h b drn 7S

month. Grand Icome. Real invitjil. pects' for modern 5 and 6-roon Scarce part. Call A immediately at .Associated Store 143 repndent. man"ler. ;I BADLY IN of 1946 and 1947 I II I Main miles. Mri'l Ul 11 .
If your house for sale. Wiggins 6247.THEATER N. cl.1 pranent. relp'nbl p NE ; 8
: .
Owner ilL $10.0OO will hnd1e.Ela7ton. 1 Or.nle. older cars. Harley
Bs Bt.r.PETORl0 .nd CHEVROLET-1941 4 dale sedan.
Realtor. E. Pine: 6651. a AI 30hnson Re.ltor. 140 N. Wadsworth.
3 Building-Sundry store. Tears experi 615 North Orange Ave. I I
"Speclalixinc In WithConfidence Radio, clean 91195
Small Central Florida Good Telephone 8597. very
I GUEST HOME-Close in. Established Homes." to.n. years assistant 1/3 DOWN-THESE CARS. -
question. Income over $300 proposition to Interested parties: 30. WAIRES Experienced. goal manager in PBX office. No night or I WANTED IMMEDIATELY clean.

bond plus omner's quarterLFIrst LISTINGS 000 cash. Potter with Herman Good'In ..c.. days a week. Apply at Sunday work.. Box 562 S- !._.___ cars. Wi high doUe.Jim Jer- I'' Pontiac 1940 New BUC-19 Special 4 door se
-Due to the Increased Inc.. Broker; 677 N. Orange 9855. Restaurant 126 W. Robin- 4-r sd.n
time on make. Owner. Realtor retirng. number of inquiries we : WU.m. 'pRCICA NCRS3 Permanent nitan C.n. 600 Ave. paInt. dan. Wry nice .._._........_.......$
Ca Dn need more listings of Fine Homes. 2. experienced: reference, 'I'
resident II
,. 3 t and 4 bedrooms. Also buO" and TIRE BUSINESS WHITE HOUSEKEEPER" Must lt I 10d Box 590 S-Star. t 75. Used Cars for Sale Plymouth 191 station ,.'on *
North of Full Please writ t. below .
HHAY 17-83--- F.lr income properties joe cbldren. te. HALF DAY Way CEVOL-I9 Aera
20Ox3S8 \3 furnished Realtor. Dial 8881 or 6638. Mnr Centrally located fully equipped recapping &ta. W. WOR WATED BUICKS-As well as other makeg. Radio. A exceptionaHy clal
room for many more. Northern and Ylc.nzls shop WAITRESS-Must be I L.lnn Nice selection. Orange Buick Co.I Nash 1941 4-or sedan. .
uprlence a.do ___
1t.. unbl t come to Florida and Itok. equipment .nd will cal Apply .t Wall St.WAIES < HOSTESS-Kitcnen supervisor now 530 N. Orange I and weather eye car -It$
develop proPCU'. puts a worthwhile LISTINGS WANTED-Clients wait- all be bought at a reasonable price.Owner I WANTED time. I employed in west Flora desires ZhOIQit! 6 p.m. tail 4648.e'l '
Ing. E. P.
price on tame. (19.OOO. term SIton Rea.r. 3 E baa other Iteest For On. P.r Orlando employment. Interview Oldsmobile 1940 4-door OLDSMOBILE 1939
Loiter Peter. Realtor co..Central Pine St., looking for this bulnus. this i Sund.N. ef. Star imedl.tel ;! 2nd.we k Sept. References. Ber- BL"CK9on..bleclub eouoe.after I:t Motor less than 6 months Ol.I aedan'I Toe words mean a lot to Very clean thruout Cp.

and Main; 2-0786. LISTINGS WANTED-We have the worth InnsUI.tLI. .k 44 _ I tr. 653 E. Marks. 4 :I will -
p.mi we never betray -
buyers you have the property Boone .t WAIRES-W NAPpl, today t LOCAL GIRL i 1 Clean cars and a clean deal. Jim .
I 4
HIGHWAY FRONTAGE 1 and Call A. T. Jamerson Hall Bros. Agency. 112 N. Robinsonand delre position i i BUICK 1941 ..-. u .r.'." sedsn. I that CONFIDENCE repre- CADILLAC-1987.4 edan.
4i Bealtor. Ro.1 Jernlian Used 600 W. Central
Cae. years a billing, also i
82.-large 10 room house rented Carter. 12 931 Orange I Streets.MORRISON Fully equipped t..... ijOO. Call Cars dr
apartment in good condition A.e4 Te Ios.lld I 3 years cashier and general office 9346.i I Ave. I tenting a Used Car you Fleetwood body runs like
LISTINGS W 8 CAFETERIA wants experience. Good references. I
acres of land. 50O foot frontage on A"THome groves P.O. Box
This property will rentals. Let your white women for work In cafeteria I 1243. i BUICK-1938 club coupe-it !Our prices new -$TU
)lany. of Health specifications met property. Hail Bros. Agency 112 N. IF YOU WANT a busmes guest 6 eight hour days. Hard work. If you Mr. Roaer at 5141 I IA FORD DEALER is a good man are toay.s mar-

Stte[ drainage and healthful sur O..nle. dial 5169. home tourist grove it are afraid of work do not apply. Sec i I 70. Work Wanted1lale'BOKEPERAccount..t 'I 811 Concord. Ph. 2-8954 after 5. .e for used cars. Heintzelman'a.:: bet. Our cars are ceanest OLDSMOBILE 2 door se-

rudu. Top bu1 on highway be PHONE CM SEND-To 41 W. will Whitney pay you to "SP.k Co.to Spl..nl.M Mr. W..ner.MORRISON'S. 'I BUICK-1939 special '.dor- I .. 3 W. Livingston; Ph. 6159. Twenty-seven years dan. Runs drives and looks
Real Spiecel Re.ltor CAFETERIA general Best offer this week. -
t.en W. Bender Orl.ndo'l.o.l1 ings. C. B. Davis. Eltat list W. I 706 M.tal Bldg. 2-3269. attractive youne ladies for W.nt c.fe I 1eal exprence. f.e..nceL I ton: 4438. 76. Trailers-Trucks for Sale buying and selling Auto- very nice $595

8. Phone 1030. 5.nford. Fla. Washington; 7809. & NIGH SPOT-Short orders. danc torts trainmrHlzh school I I Any F. loc.ton. Mr. I CHEVROLET-1935 2-door mobiles.
wine with living required. Paid vacations hospitalization I Reedy 8246.nance St.ndard
REAL. Good CHEVROLET *. ton.
17S ft. main anl I
LOT x en bulnes it's for trnsport.ton 113 R 194 .t.k
S Owner. here for a '" sale big T WATEI A. T. thleHsm Price. (300O. inru-o- for employes. Apply j DCICAL MAINTENANCE 10 I possessed. 193 ..efern.I bcd 4OOO good as
quickly for 'U.O.M D.1 Registered Broker.5:29.South I Mr..rtie.. GoodwinInc. 985S. fl i Mr CrowiWANTEDIt electrical malnt I CHEVROLET. -1941. Go in.irf nr Wan. Stane.rl Motors. Inc.. HARLEY WADSWORTH '
: ,' wholesale Orange : I 200 OTHER CARS
Kathryn ThomaWyan nie drygoods with large
Smt at1 M.ln. __ enlnee 30-day guarantee. Veter W.5ao
dial REAL.. (2500 DOWN for good frozen custard hou.r responsible mil around officewoman turing years m.nufac-I SolI wit Martins Used 101 COVERED WAGON
Como..r 11.Dt Cars. -
481. ESTATE WANTPD-We I Ihome. rof 613 NORTH ORANGE:
buyers for : ttand. Livinaquarters.. Gardner T"Dtn and sales ability Dee I leUI'. N. Main: new Small down payment. AVE
S and 8 room I I TO SELECT FROM
LAKZ IA7CERNX AREA-Just 4 If four is for sale call : Real dial Est.t Agency.. 29 s Court St. emit Bo 596 S-Star.- aires S-Star. Box 581 i CHEVROLET 840.-1947 Fleetmaster con 43.13 a a1non Why pay rent? PHONE 8597

blocks from doyntown Large exceptionally today. }Cin Real Estate. 30 E 2-481. I WAITRESS WAT at once. Over I' vertible. We it aveaspecia 1 on Frank Traier Sales. 201 N. I I IAUOMOBIS
I 21 3838 Blossom Orange
two Church; 8433. Open Sunday" I Tri this car FrI. and Sat. Martins Used Blsom 'ral.
story guest hom All rom spacious WANTED by Utilities employe: 2 Trail Inn Restaurant. Take 71.. Airplane Sales and Service I Cars. 101 N. Main; 8409._ I DODGE TRUCK-1942 *i ton. (400
and cooL There are eight available GLE B IT- Heights bus. I City Cleaners. 39 W.
bedrooms. I "
near Ivanhoe
four : plant. TeL FLORIDA AIR ACTIVITIES en Orlando CADILLAC-1941 61" 4 door sedan. baul.
bedrooms to
b.th 2-4160. also salad girl Must be Driv.
rnt I Colon.l
and five rooms for Some of the best tourist courts andtourist WRE Apply at Orlando Reataurant. Municipal Airport offers veterans Excellent conditon. clean r.do.
o.ne' Qu.rer IP ITS i I low mileage. 550 N. HOUSE late 1946.
Nicely furnished. Price FOR SALE call 5613 today.Claybangh. court sites on 17-92- Hwy. most flight Motora TIL25'
H.r 496 N. Orange Ave. approve coursLOr
low O. Fredrick. .10.0. 118 Realtor. Metcalf Bldg. A. C. Golden. Broker. 1121 N. Orlando location many training Orange Ave. Open ._ Like Electric ORANGE
N. Ave Dial SELLERS Can Ave.. near Maltland underpass). COLORED GIRL for general housework City buses to our door. CHEVROL- 1940 convertible brakes butane awning. Sacrifice. BUCK
Or.nl a18. BCYE 56u health card. Good With .or without 1937 Chevrolet. Me-
Claybaugh Metcalf Winter Park. Phone 6503 or evenings Eliot Good
R..ltor. Telephone 4559. reeenca.1 L. Kfrlln-owner, 2-01 co .af:5.: : k Wr'M j taharl. Little Village S. Orange Blossom BUY OR SELL
LUCERNE SECTION-Frame guest GOOD i-OH 3-BEDROOM prewar oper.tor. 751 : Trail.HOUSE 1942 Roadmaster 4
WHITE OR COLORED TWIN ENGINE rating on Grumman Mil 2-214. BUCK
2 bungalow In
home beautiful and s.cOU Have IUt or southeast must S CHILDREN S SHOP-Well to assist cook in restaurant kitchen I Widgeon; land sea and coupe. $175. Seo TILRNe.. 21 ft. Bu door Excellent condition -

bdm l'/x b.ths. pantry rom. sectn et bore Oct. 1. th', Jo DFANT. In Gainesvilie. Priced" Arply 90Q s. Orange Blossom Tr.l. I Veteran's training. Intrment CEVROL-1935. lv1a Ave., Orl.ndo.fer I I tae.c.s II.ePI Uad 3 weeks. complete accessories. Now the time

laundry rom.dow.ta 5 lovely bed W. Washington. 'Alin. for quick gals. City Realty to.. WANTED-.White women between 30 Country Club. Ph Winter Park 5 .10 pm_ _ Rd. 4inlle seen from Box Old 252.Apopka Forest Highway.City i t
rooms. 2 New thermoststlc G.lnenle. Fig.I and 40 to train for pastry cook. 163.1 CHEV10t.Er-l942. 2 door.
controlled.oil furnace. Eqnisite- FOR ATTENTION and Meals paid vacation and sick leave 72. Antos-Trucks for ly overhauled Highest Recent-1 I HOUSE TRAILER-Sman. 117$. H. R consult THE OLRELL

ly fuh. immaculate eoncUon rnlt DT lst ou property with I;I 61. Bank Loans. -Services insurance furnished. Apply m.n"Ir.Morrsn's I tak ;: older car in trade. Jordan Hoosier Trailer Park. 22nd St ORANGE BUICK

1n1 ldsupe cme lot 16& l.rtle Realtor. W. I Ca..tfrl. II D. VARNER TJ-DRIVE IT-Drive it I lorv 5Ph 2-6312 after 4 0 ,, PICK-UP. Plymouth 1935. Good !
? WUm
2 FIRST BANK has yourself; low rates by mile or day Ph. 2-1239
.1 s.ran. 28. ten 8106. NATONA .i PERMANENT POSITION in insurance j CJv : !I enlin.co tre.
Weir System. E. Pne 4141. :I that is a* adjuster's office Insuranceand D. Varner C-Drive-It, Inc., 234 W.CentralAve. 4- rO-r-191, Spl.l DLx.i I ater (Sat. or Sun.STUDKBAKEJ1iiI4 1942 BUICK Super Sedan-
I to you as your m.UI Phone 2-3153. <0. heatr. 11:5. 170 I
CHARliE AVE.. a-ORTH Cement WE HAVE PART who wants 3 or co n.rest Dictaphone experience desired I E \','ntH Park T. tO pick-up. ette. Very dean, excellent .
Save tiresome
block building. 1 story approximately 4-bedroem preferably 2I I bs. trips! Ban-B- I but not required. Must be excellent HERTZ DRIV-UR-ESYSTM Equipped with pipe racks and
25OO square floor hose. typist Box 595 S-Star. t Trucks rent I CHEVROLET-1947 Fleetline Acre rise. Excellent condition. Radio pip finish
f. IP.c. story. In of city or I I p.ssenger 601 miles never registered. Save $100 to $300
'Excellent location who"se re northwest 1 r.rc: Ralph I by hour. day or werk. Low rates. 375N. Sesn. 731 Mills 2- cars and a clean deal.. Ji Jernigan
Motors N.
ta or light Smith with Realtor. INSTALLMENT LOANS cost yon less 65. Help Wanted-:Male Orange phone 2-06. 2147. IIJ : Used Cars. 600 W. Ave.
sale lease. Call Audrey Pitt- L Pnde First National I ORANGE BUICK
or N. JIM '
POI 668 Or.n. 2-596. Banl Cmp.re'th.s CUMBIE 47model STUDEBAKER-1941. Pickup. Good
maa with I' costs. When AUTO MECHANIC-Must have some U-DaVE.I. CHEVROLET 1939. New motor.
Stmlsn-tatn Meta lo.n cars. By
Bldg. Phone HAVE TOO a grove for sale? We havea 100. you get ( 93-Payments t 8.34 experience on Chrysler built Competitive rates. 904 wek N. mont Clean good shape. Spar Service rubber. New Paint. 195. Ph
AVE. client for 40 acres. Will consider 150. you get 19P.yment 12.SO Mr. Bowers P. Clark c.rs. I dial 2-4521. I St.ton Falban and Orange. 2- 34. 3C4 East H.r.rd._ 1941 Special Con- 1941 PLYMOUTH Coupe
,ORG N.-Busies 1atOI large grove. Herman Good- i. A
: you get 16.67 889 N. Orange. TRUCK GMC modern 1942 Ten-
Lt with f fnnt.n 677 N. Orange; 9855. 18SP.ment OLIN'S U-DRIVE INC.-New cars wheel finish, radio,
: yon get I Job. Scotty and Son S. Orange verible. 1941 PLYMOUTH Tudor.
1 ft dept.. Ask. 37 153: Harol. BUYER waiting for all ( 400. you get 279Parents 33.4 25.0 I AN OLD company ESTABLISHED wants an life agent Insurance for-I No for red rent by da1. week or month. CHVROLT-1931. clean 8-door ear. delux.Th R.dio Blossom Trail. This Is an exceptionally Clean
locations. 242 N.
types of PorQuck ( 500. you get 465-Payments tsp. .. TRAILERS New clean
Hall propr I| a debit In Orlando. This Is goodproposition Orange FelI Standard Motors and used. New car.ORANGE .
T house results c.1 H. P. Bol.nd. Real SIOOO. you get 930-Payments 83 34 !I i for a man who saw : Garland. Ph 2-8U. Orange Blossom Trail at Washington.CHEVROLET "American." 4 models. New "Southern
block 672 N. Above monthly 12 months.Payments '* 1946 PLYMOUTH Special
e.st Orange payments Ph 2-434.
t two 4-room tr. Cant.n Blc. ; I to work. Write P. O. Box 864. 1937 business Bell. sleeps 4. butane gas. ISxiervpring -
aparent for 15 months smaller. coup.
r check 2-51. are 73. Auto Service Privately owned by lady. m.tres. br.kes Complete. Deluxe Coupe
ned e..h XT. Taylor.. Brok DO NOT DELAY-List today. Orlando 1eure Include life insurance to pay I 1 1I condition low mileage. 258 Park Ave. 1695. ." and BUICK

ae.'16 N. tr 8644. and Orange Count1 property t i c.s of death. The First CREDIT MANAGER AUTO BRAKE JOBS and wheel Winter Park. Phone 232. "Preway stove lar. new butane and 1941 DODGE 4-door Sedan
f. at 4U ,
O.nr. Eperincdprtered gasoline
; h demand now. buer.waiting. M N.tna B.n Orlno flr. Apply 1-day service. dWa awings
Beautiful .llnment Wheel, CHEVROLET 1936
cupe. 0 cn- Ankney
: new duplex. Asbsto. siding and B.le. Realtor. 30 I Chuch v.1 Co.. S. Orange b an you wait. 'I 1 i dlton. good tires. at I Trailer il. euIpment.. et. BlossomTraiL 4 1940 BUICK Spca 4 door 1941 BUICK Special Sedan
.: roof cpr and sren t67. '2. Loans Up to $300 tween. the h.ITS of 10 t 1 and 2 t I & Sons 101Q W. Church. j i $ T. Frnch. Long wood. Ph 6.i Phone 2-25O5. Or.nle sedan.
APPRAISALS on your home. $ ALIGNMENT Fre inspection. cndUn.
oak 2 nice FEE .
CHEVROLET 1935 Tudor sedan. New
rO.fn. kitchen beom rmcmbie. .I give you an estimate .free AUTO. Fnltur Diamond loaas- repairs by expert mecbanc.Acne I i I paint good- rubber rang perfect. I II clean Inside and out 1941 FORD Tudor
of the current market
private baths. 4 nice on .1 E Company. 3. F. stop seriet Goear'a Service. ,> 395. Colonial Motors. 1239 Colonlal TRACTORS Grove
; lt gas floor furnace ue of your property. No obll.ton. Burger FI.nce. 1006 I COLORED ME wanted for dish ring I 300 Ornge '![ Dr. Ph. 20353.CHEVROLET J ; type- 1939 OLDSMOBILE 2-door_

I el water heater each side. Large Daniel Phone 781. ,Wm. M.te. wib Bulldm Phone 2-0339. Meta work. MUlt be permanent and I BRAKES REPAIRED-We supply all 1941 SpecIal Deluxe 3 entirely grove tractors for ORANGE BUICK sedan -

t corer lot fully lndsapd. No rent Broke. CASH LOANS-Quickly made on furniture willing to .ork. Apply M. Kelly.Morflsons your auto needs; also tire, gas 4 door gedan. Like new. Central sale. rbut b seen at
f ceiling. S1I.500. terl. E.ccusv GOOD MORNING-Mr. Davis speak autos and diamonds. Or- I C.feterl. and oil. Dixie Sales *; Service W. Florida Motors. 100 W. Jefferson fit. Forest Foat.
with Ben Wel. phone 4641 861.t l. Yes sir. we'll be glad to list lando's own Home Finance Co. 314 I CAL"TERFllt class 01 need I South at Boone St. i Phone 2-24P- Gro.er Copr.tv. Ct 1942 FORD Convertible 1939 FORD Tudor

t STv-Business frontage very propr1. One of our salesmenwill Metcalf Bldg. Dial Winter BODY AND FENDER and
PIE in. Can be sold 25 sections to.to Inspect it. Thank 2-3o. Park..ppl Ph. 880. R. A. Dowler. painting. Estimates rep.lrinl ; DDE1940 4-door DeLuxe sedan; Club Coupe. New top, good 1947 CHEVROLET 4-door
1 I. Phone C. B. Davis LOANS MADE from (10 to (3OO; alad1 len Rdo new p.lnt FRT SHOWING of the 1943 Palace -
t desire. 125 f. Th ou. 41 W. Washington. .ea strict privacy; fast service. Family DRIER WANTED-Only those ..h Satisfaction guaranteed. I gooa tires motor Tr.er. The fit and only post finish, rado.ORAGE. sedan
type Is sarce 1 Finance Service. Inc.. 32 W. Central familiar with 234 W. Central Ave. Phone 2-3153. owner only. Low mileage. 539 N. "a trailer of on the market. I.
see Joe Tinker wit R- M. Stewat 916 KUHL is where you don't list lando street qualify. Apply Hu h Complete metal body
m. Broker. 423 Central; '12. your property unless yon want tosell. Av. Phone 9857. Mr. Howell, wl Cab Co. t 73-1. Auto I'arts-Ac.essorie 1.DDE Equipped apartment trouhOlt. BUICK 1946 CHEOL Vf tn.
1937 4-door for sale
Burch. Broker; 2- -
263 ft. on s.n
BAD PROPERTY- H..nr 09. DRAFTSMAN-Senior Architectural.with AmmoFeed sire. gas stove. forced air le
265 Amelia wife and 2 children old- to pay the doctor or hospitaL FRONT END REPAIR PART nowavailable G. system, plus many other features
ft o VETEAN. residence Opportunity Stare. Robinson;
Florida Credit. 21 W. Pine. 1st stairCASH eprience. for of 30 563.
An. one block from Oranl. BIo desire 2bedroomfurnIshed al1 m.ke never before used in a trailer home.
porn Trail. Will sell mont not way east of Grand The.te. for .nd to b auto. C. A. .Eons. 1010 W. I DEEOTO 1947 convertible coupe. Easy terms Frank Reed 1942 CHEVROLET Aero
a.0 P.r. aparment come an .Sol.te. Carola B. Shop Churrh. phone 8811. 2900. Contact Lt. CoL E. F. Freeman arr.nae.
Sedan. New
G.bl Construction Co. 1s over $6O per mont C.U Wltr ple. Biscayne Trailer Sae. Orange Blossom I Paint, clean Interior. COMPANY
Run.nl Bldg. Phone 836. Park. 73-R. RIGHT NOW-To finance or Ahl&t. Blvd TIRE SALE-Beginning Tues.. Apt' at 2-761. ext. 1050 or eit. 1658. Tr.i 1 FA"C

COURT units un- WE HAVE BUYERS wanting groves- refinance auto-or cash for an, Flord. 9th. 750 new and used tires. SellIng DODGE-1941 coupe in perfect condition CARS
TIT SIE for quick business property and homes. For business or personal need. Acceptance DIEHWASHE-IRTER WAE out. (1 up. 500 new and usedinnmubrs. I inside and out. Radio and REOSSESED

sale. 3 conrcton 3.0 Immediate sale list with F. A. Allison. Corporation. Home office at Budde's Crnr. $75e UP.Ph._ 9938._ _._ heater raw mleag. and a good buy.
Je I 70
en 1-92.ms sutyut _ Realtor. 37 W. Washington. 480 N. Orange in Orlando. Phone North Orange A.en"e. TIRES-Five. wheels See .30e Restau.nt 2998 ORANGE BUICK 1942 OLDSMOBILE Sedan .4793
19-1n. tubs .
I 716 OfIce.t Cooa. Winter Ha- any part motor- Kohl -
COURT Most excellent GOOD GROVE TO Three buyers PODt.C. 5 HOURSERVICE
TUT 1oUon and especially suited for have asked SE t. find them Ye.nd Clod service! ERRAND EOT-143 E Church. CTcle side car. 1501 51 Phone FORD-1941 door sedan. Radio and 1931 ESSEX Coupe -$195
Clean Inside 1941
4046. black finish. LINCOLN
; or middle-aged couple as the good groves from 10 to 30 acres be.te. ZEH.
I work and upkeep would not be each at f.1 price. Win. O. Rencher. QUICK CASH LOANS Furniture MAN WANTED with car to build UP .nd out Only 91195. Colonial Dr. Ph door sedan. 1942 DODGE San19
heavy. Also room for exp.won E. phone auto lo.n 2-hour serv dry cleaning route. Apply 5 to 74. .AutoTraiusante 2- motr.

i this desired. Income au Brokr. W.snlton ice. Family Lan Co.. 501 Florida P m. .Lk.e Ce.nr Kohl and FORD 1935 coupe and -whe an excellent buy.ORAGE .
Iud. b ( Bank Bldg.. CaHis. manager. AUTOS WANTED-Any make anymodeL fair good .
the Mlhll.n
O Phone A. T. pre. 25.0.. 3.mel ten. NOBL SMIT.Pioneer Brbr. ln Phone 2-166.I MAN .It exprl.nce In lalnl lin 751 More N.cash Mills'ulcke. W b'lMotorl. bth talfr. 220 rondlton.T.lotn a Kale BUY WITH CONFIDENCE
:-: and Carter. Realtors. 1 8. M.tn homes (y.nt, 1ou lsUn. .nd Mus have 2-214. FORD-1939 4-door sd.n Low mile BUICK

WAREHOUSE Large. frprof property. Ph. 6911. 124 8. M.ln.busLn 63. Mortgage Loans tInt r..commend.ton. Good AUTOS WANTWi pay highest I age. Lt.ne runs le new. Don't *
I Box cash r. Olins Inc. this Used Car reputation
8-t.r. miss see
(.; .me.corner with big private R.R sld1l.. WANT home TO in Orlando BUY a or good Its furnished nl.O.PERMANENT f POSITION open for 142 N. G.rl.nd 2-34 or 242 N. wonderful b.r.ln.opporunlt1 C.1 t St. PEC'S QUA 1942 OLDSMOBILE Sedan- throughout Exchage' for Re.
center of industrial sore. C. W. Wal would like nice location and Euburo. LAS on a tys of property; long Hotel night clerk. Must b.ler 281.CAnC FORD-1936 Convertible coupe. G ette. New paint, clean interior. liable and dependable Automobile
) ters. Realtor 672 N. .. ; 6509. four beorooms. Write me full details. low rate; Immediate sober and have knowledge tr.n motor good te. good paint 6055 ser ia based on the solid foun
service. G. Fredrick.$ and WANTED-1940 1947. PHON .
first letter including your beet H.rlo. cript. Give references pre.los Can ecu PackingHouse HONEST VALUES and
b dat
C. C. Ellis. 730 Third N.ton.l Ire Bank H. Or.nla rhne 81B9. experience In own hand writing. clean car. Stivers Pontc .t Faa between 7 a. HONE PHICES .
I Write Box 558 62 W. Colonial Drivs.CARS and 5 p.m.
ELITE GUEST HOME-Lake !ont Bldg. Nashville. Tenn. 6t.r.
I I Elegant in every respect 60. Business Opportunities MONEY AVAILABLE low Interest WANTED-.Ahy make or modeL New Urel.194. (ISO less ce.D If you are looking for THAT
rates on well located r.ldenU.l PUMP MECHANIC-FuHy e"pr I need SO t<100 cars each Thurs any '41 in town. MartIns Used QUA CARS

: ; Close-la restricted area. No better SHOP Best central loa and business properties enced In jet and turbine puP day. Best prices are paid. Bring your Car 101 .N. Main; 8409. 1939 NASH Sedan. Excel KIND OF SERVICE drive in;
standpoint of BEAU and Winter Park. No brokerage.Bettes and car Thursday to
location in City from equipment. Owner steady Libby HoU"Robsn'sMotor FOUND !
emfor and ele.nce. Mast be lent has other Interest; 16.0 total, someterms. I investment Phone 8513.Co., 25 W. Washtastes. W. Chuh.orl lremn 11 sam Auction.Ph. 2120 7349 S.for BI FORD radio-and 1939 all le.deluxe tires.2-or Very ele.n.WIt 1947 M6 CADILLAC new. Cub C lent condition, a good bu. YOU'VE I

Sammie Tr.l. .nlcul.n
b. 11. w hn- Alice Felix Wlnn. Standard Motors. Inc..
d.j Francisco. Realtor; room Central CHEVROLET OR FORD 35 or 7cup. Blossom Trail at Washington.FORD1937
1946 PACKARD Custom
Sal Botching or Mr. Buc 403 Arcade: 7407. I WOOL Apply Mechanically good. Reason Or.nl Clipper. ORANGE BUICK Viit"Orldo's
A REAL ESTATE Low cost! pRSEEpr1nce. 4 door sedan excel Almost new. has everything.
8. phone CityCleaners. Are Package Vineland i
: Oae. 2-58. Nice LAS at We' i prced. Stor. J.
Must lent mechanical
BR buLe. To buy. home W. Church cndlUon. J Oldest"
194S BUICK Sedan.
owr ApJ1 380 and business property. The Trust Dells. Sup
\ S Orange Blossom Trail._ _ I Department of First N.Uonl Bankat W ANT union pl.sterer. Bam-100. D. V AER INC. and wants W t buy pay your top F.WI.m Very lw 1941 PONTIAC 4 door sedan -

for small BUSINESS LISTINGS NUE Orlando, second floor. lu.r.ntee.. I Immediately. D. Varner Inc.. IORD-1941 Tudor sedan. Radio andhe.te. 194S Good tires
,t EXCELLENT LOCATION G. Fredrick. I bridge Supt. Plastering Co prices A PACD1" Clipper motr. go ,
; business on main thoroughfare 1'' Haro. Blle Telephone Bldg. Orlando. Stndebaker Sale and Service 234 original black fln.h new. clean
N. .
> He.dQ".rtul. Onle. WANTED. ._ yon love to own. Ovdv pracca ide ad out
I fastest growing section orlando i it I (1.000-Consider 2d motto U.a W. Central A.e. Phone 2-3153. e
i SHORT ORDER COOK-Must Do exprtence. lonial Motors. 1239 E. Colonial "
FRANCHISE Nationally lit with 1941 CADILLAC 63
t 50 to 100 ft. frontage .t less than BAT gage. mortgage Frt Federal Apply at Wail St. I FRANK REED really knows how t I Sedan. .1 USED CAREXCHANGE
prevailing cost pr front fot Buy manufacturer o C.mplo-, S.vln.&Loan. Box t.r. 1 get the high dollar for your
and IS41
now on our term ad y.k I llp" speed establish boat sma (1000 WANTED-Second mortgageon WANTED-Younc man s act or equity Cash in five mats 1 P'OU Special D
'0 investment grow as P" to representation Income property at 8**, repayment la manager for lr..er..cker. Why give *em awaY? I FORDS-Am broke out with Prd I

I street*, sewers and aH I t displaying this area.or If demonstration you havafaculties In 3 ...r. Henry Burch. 2-1090. pat 2 cars per d., chance. 201 N. Orange Bloom u I 1930. m. -32. 33. 34. "5. .n 1941 OLDSMOBILE Sedan.Hydramatic ORANGE BUICK CO.
: -r available IT desired. Call have* with PO.B buyers Trail *37. Coupes. Tudor and o I
write fu particulars to T. of car-load I a : 783.HGHET I Mostly West Florida and radio and heater. :
: Bldg.. and Bun. In" cara Attic 1243 S. Atlantic Ave.. Daytona The First Federal, Direct Reduction real opportunity ctr Ti CASH Paid for good clean My friends Hahlra sa : 530 N. ORANGE AVE.
m.D 'Itl.
_; 672 K, Orane: I"h 2-:1 I Be.ch. Finance Plan" is the easy way t wit participation in profits Winter Park Mo. best substitute L Ignorance 194 CHEVROLET 2 Door Sedan.

established. grow purchase a home Consult with salary. Could be a hetme con Fairbanks and New York; 9, keep your big mouth shut but I got 1940 BUICK Super "YOU GET A BUY
,LARGE ROOMY two-story dUPl. BCSIESWel Excellent loca Pedecal Savings .nl Loan Associa- nection. Write Box 496 Str. I JEEPS WANTED Any make or I to yon about These Est Wagon BETR
t.n tel burch New
.t furnished.one block. to garage Lake frt. w.U- LI.. Sickness cothn.r.sn for selling. Bat- 1 tOD 50. East Court St YOUNG MAN OR LADY Espr modeL Need 12 or 15. Also anyother I have all ti hO k. good tires, ea cea FROM ORANGE BUC"OP..S
Fla. today. Office
aade. Iris Falkner with housi office I car. Martin's Used 101 motors are right Any
S to town. Income gain at (6750. C.U gored In general T. Car rne 1940 BUICK Super Coupe. Corner Washington and Garland
i. price 12500. Johnston Henri.Bicker. Ruby McCormick. Broker. 5484. 2621 i i 9-2 weekdays 91 Saturdays. handle cash and make deposits. 5-day N. Main Street phone 809. thing from a gator hunt .

6 W. Church St.: 6545. Edgewater Dr. .eel 40 hou Permanent only. JEEP BODY In good condition want moon trip. From .1 to (38. Cometo OLDEST

WE guest WANTED $3000. Good lut, Box ed. R 2 Box 321 P. Mr. Tow see Ole J. R. .nd look .e over. Thesa- cal sold with a 30-dar DEALER"Open 219 W. Washington-St

homes HAVE trailer Hoea.park srove businesses for BUSINESS OPIRT slD. Good itr,Cal 2-790. TWO MEN EXPERIENCED in dra snd J. I Smith. "1 N. OaD. a Wa ,cash for used p.r-can.

aata. Mr. K"1 192OPhon log poultry. Apply Orlando Pl I W. Washington St.
Ave. Ca Henry Burch..le.Broker 116 2 Central. Prescott V. Steele. 64. Help Wanted-Female and Poultry. 609 W. Church St R. S. EVANS. "World's Largest Auto DIAL UI0I %

109o;_Listings appreciated.WAREinoUsgd Drlr.M I only interested in buy- FORD-1935 coupe. New p.ll. food J. C. McKELLAR, INC. 138 N. Garland St.
BABY SlTl'Eft-Reliable for Infant

,. office space.alumteum COD FILLING buoy corner.STATION-N.(4.OOO for Orange Quick sale.o. and 3 yr. old. Live in vicinity of 66 Sales Help Wanted make or .model Will and purchase pay an anyyear unbelievable I m. h.nar. 195.Dr. Ph 2-0353.Mo "YOUR PACKARD DEALEK342 Even s.

crt. 3600 block uldl.. Call Bi Douglas with H. P. Boland. I 808 W. Winter Park A. Call 18:9. LAUNDRY ROUTE SALESMAN-Experienced. -I I price on the spot ca FORD 194 2 door .. New H. Orange Aye Phone 5147 I 619 PHONE.
13500 s. 11.50. C.rla Bldg. 672 N. Or- BEAUTICIAN-Senior. Pia. J Only hustler need apply.White 4321 or 4771. I paint. Florida Mor 100 2.2

.i ler, c.s. 7188.. Go.l. yn S- ange; 2- 1 6 c0n Cal 666 Star Laundry. 1 K. Terryii I W.Jefferson 6t Ph .

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Telephone Winter Pork 233--Hours rs-11 .: 12-and- 4-5. Monday Through Friday

WINTER PARK-Enrollment at daily at the following times: Mon-
the Winter Park schools hit a new day, Wednesday and Saturday at
high yesterday.In I' 10 am.; Tuesday. Thursday and
the elementary school. 543 ,1 Friday at 7.45: am. ;
registered as contrasted with !80' Anne Greene who is at Buck :
the opening day last year. : Hill Falls Pa. with her parents I
In the f junior and senior high has defeated last }ear's tennis 1
school. 404 were registered jester- champion. Ruthanne Clark to attain I ,
day and another 100 are expected' the senior girls' crown. The I
by Monday. senior girls' doubles was won bY'
City Mgr. Clifford McKibbenhas Miss Greene and Jen Faulkner I
been instructed by the city daughter of the Swarthmore Col-
commission to purchase the fol- ,, lege tennis coach.
lowing items from the War Assets : Mrs Sidney Haley and d ugh- I
Administration properties to be ter. Pat will leave Sunday for
used in the street and sanitary Summitt N. J.. where Pat will I
departments of the city: enter Kent Place School.Dr. +
One 1942 Chevrolet pickup truck and Mrs. Louis Schulz and ;
for $190: one 1942 short-wheelbase'' two daughters have returned from !
Hiton Chevrolet as a public serv- Norwalk Conn., where they spent
ice department auxiliary for $486; the Summer.
one long-wheelbase la! ton Chev- Ben and Mary Lee Aycrigg left VENT
rolet truck for the public service Tuesday for their former home ,
department I to fit on the chassisof Pittsfield, Mass and then will goon 1 I 1
the present truck for $400; one to Rhode Island to be with i il
Elpin Refuse-Getter with Reo their grandmother. Mrs. GeorgeH.
chassis (enclosed garbage body] Bennett. Mrs. Bennett will return :i ( l
t for $1,650; one steel trailer for with them to spend the Winter I '
transporting Caterpillar tractor for ,i with the Aycriggs on Brewer II 1
$100. Total purchases amount to Ave. t

2825. ,r Mr and Mrs. W. R. Bailey have 1 \ ;
All Saints Episcopal Church i returned from Whittier N. C. I Featuring
will start the following schedule where they spent nearly two
next. week: months at Greenacres. .
celebration of Holy i 1
Dean and Mrs. Wendell C. j ,
Communion at 730 and cele-
ajn. Stone leave tomorrow for New i
of the Holy Communionat i
bration York City where i
11 am. Bishop C. D. Colmore 1 attend a meeting LehaTrustees ; I

officiating. 1 of Rollins College. \I
There will not be church school \ H. W. Caldwell. Winter Park '
for youngsters this week but it and Donald A. Cheney. Orlando
will begin the following Sunday. will leave Saturday for New York I
Communion will be celebrated I
I to attend the trustees' meeting
which will be on Monday. Mrs.
I Caldwell expects to return by
plane to be in his office at the I _
0 J'/efl. ztt I Chamber of Commerce on. Tuesday x '

I I Lt.morning.Col. and Mrs. W. A. McKee' ,
; and daughter Jane are here for 1 1a
few days after which Col. McKee I _. f"x 1&
W : will return to his post at j !
Oteen. N. C. Miss McKee will go ?i
to Tallahassee to teach at the I ; .

1 Florida State University. !' i ,.t,3
Mrs. Leslye Diffin has returned .
from Christmas Cove Me., and
will be here for a few days before .
teaching at Pierson Fla. ti e a ,,'; '- 1cI 1ci I

Mrs. Martha Peacock returned a' .
G&ItsiS yesterday from Alexandria Ala., 1
where she spent the Summer.
Mrs. Loman Dallas has returned -
\ from Washington. D. C.. where CASUALS
j she spent a month accompanied
AILSYENISN by her daughter Shirley and Anne ; z.
UlI.DIAEW coat Pape Crane. I
U i just eoet4tetetyToaet I Col. and :Mrs. Thomas CampI I tr xt_ i
under. It a1\p8per. bell and daughter Melissa, and ;
}{ oatt a ous11 ap- Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Greene have =
covers J .
returned from the Golden Stream I

the Fishing Summer.Club where they spent for Thrift-wise I Girls and Women t

o Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Verigan and :; tl'tt
drearY son Dick have returned from the _
tnake a8 ainK tuvabte I North where the senior Vengans k t
J I spent a month and Dick'spent .r
\a the Summer most of it at Lenox. : r
7fd brUsh on 'I Mass, where he studied scenic t; z l't
",, \ designing. :L-
ttvret .' j Dr. Russell Ramsey and Cyn- ,
1 dgem \iF- thia and Peter have returned from
a f.
trltSft Pennsylvania; Mrs. Ramsey and 4.z
"p'etty' GALLON I daughter, Pamela will arrive the .
JUST ONE last of the month. ;
j Mrs. Fred Sorrow and young ,
'SrB$3The son Fred 3d. will return Sunday t
to their home in Atlanta after a' '' ; ,., Sizes i for Girls and '1
visit with her parents Mr. and : o 1
rc ofmodem
price Mrs. Ray Trovillion. 1

t Women. _______.....3'/2 to 9
American cotton goods are so J"
well known in East Africa"' that y A and C [
tribesmen call all cotton piece #
Wish goods "Amencani. EXTR t

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Sl1Fr Soft, comfortable brown
INfHWa ,, PAINS! extra r;
Hardware, Paint' nnnnBBVnl an(d! elk flexing tanned stitched leather.comfort.Rubber Easy. better all round casual than this teen-right, fashion right brown moc! It makes '
Sold at Giwd.elief- .u, thouurxU"" hate Jane' toro F; ', sole and heel lift

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434 N. Oranre Phone 818 6 rn IVEI si mis? 3' {.
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