Orlando morning sentinel
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 Material Information
Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
Sunday sentinel=star
Orlando Sunday sentinel=star
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: September 7, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075053
oclc - 02734467
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System ID: UF00079944:00155
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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Leedy Backs Consolidation .

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Ex-Solon Cites Convicts LoseA II So Well Remembered 50 Per Cent \

'Pen' Pal!

ModernizationNeed They've transferred Harvey 4 Slash Asked For:

_ ..i. _ George. 31, to Kilby Prison ( )
and a lot of the boys here are ; aize

pretty Harvey blue., a good guy was ( .
for County L1 Small IncomesHouse
handy with a fountain pen.

=; T I He not only forged his own _
ticket to freedom in 1944. but

LOSS OF HANDS NO HANDICAP to Charlene Fisk, [above] .I Personality Battle I when he was returned to CommitteeTo

five ,year old Rockford, Mich, girl, as she starts her first dayin prison. he forged paroles for
school. She lost her hands when she fell into her father's Draws Criticism 19 other convicts. Gather Nov. 4
Harvey was a bookkeeperin
machine but her teacher she is "happy and deft"with I
mowing says the Alabama State Prison :
people Orange [ ]
her new artificial members. I here. He usually changed the
_. _- I County would take a great :, release dates on paroles but Chmn. Knutson [R-Minn] of

step forward toward mod- accasionally altered name and the House Ways and Means
'ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN' IN CRISIS number, resulting ni releaseof
ernizing their government if the wrong convict. This Committee announced yes.

: they pass the six consolidation irritated the prison administration terday Republicans will renew .
no end!
,! bills Tuesday. L. C. (Bill] their drive to cut taxes u

U.S. Warned Aid to Europe ,I Leedy said yesterday. I soon as Congress reconvenes and

"I am wholeheartedly for the Battle Lines that the slash probably will exceed -

: bills and have been since. I helped the vetoed $4 billion bilL

I introduce similar! ._ I ite, He said the committee. which
Are Drawn For
'Will Have Be '- -'
to Stepped Up'WASHINGTON measures in the] Initiates?all tax "

: House in 1943" II I legislation, will : .
Leedy said. Merger BallotWith I be called to converge
(tDPl "Anythingcan State Robert A. Lovett previously .; 11)A5' here Nor. 4 Q
happen" in the European eco- had pointed out, Nitze said Con- "The consoli- j the battle lines ,
nomic crisis and the U. S. time gress will have to act "before any dation idea is I Coun- / and "the subject
schedule for lending aid "will have large-scale aid is given to Eu- sound clearly drawn Orange of tax reduction'

to be stepped up drastically Paul rope." adding: i I ty's voters will go to the polls will undoubtedly :

H. Nitze. acting director of the "Some European countries including "It has been b... / Tuesday to decide the fate be considered" at ;:
State Dept.'s office of international France and Italy, are tried successfully .
trade policy, warned jesterday. nearing the end of their rope. in St. Louis. San of the six consolidationmeasures. 'ip RICII-111- that time. _
The situation will be serious if / One committee
Sen. Byrd IDa then called .countries are not able to import Francisco an d.-l I The merits and demerits of the __"' __ tI)) 7/ memberKflUt- -I
on Pres. Truman to give the i
: food and coal during the Winter." Denver-to men- (measures have been debated be- --z A
nation a full report on Europe'seconomic -' I son reported. is
From London. the Associated tion just a few of Leedy fore civic organizations, luncheon /
before decision 1i leviesof
plight a clash in income
and others proposing a
( citizens
Press reported a survey shows clubs groups
places in the nation. i
Is made Congress :
on : American industry has lost about i : throughout the county for the as much as 50 per cent for small

into special session. $1 billion worth of business "Hillsborough County has instituted past few months. i II incomes and 20 per cent in highest

Nitze did not say a special session through the recent,British, French : it and it is saving the I Proponents of the bills declare brackets.
of Congress would be neces- 'and Australian decisions to cut people of that I they offer Orange County an t *
sary. But as Undersecretary of imports i county money. I I opportunity to lead the State I Knutson commented 1 very
"Bay has of Florida in sound forward- doubt if we will be able to
--- --- -- ---- i County a form of consolidation I I --- much
I and Dade County plans : looking county reform. I hold the line at 30 20 and 10.5 per
to try it"Leedy | They also state the measures I
VFWToUrge I Orlando Named.I a longtime representative streamline the county government I i I cent reductions

ofOrange County in the Legisla- effect considerable mone- \ t1. ________ These were the proposed reductions -

World War I Ir Site of AmVet 1.I government ture and for and years finance a student has little of tary Passed the savings good by the of and the last work people.session in generalfor of the low. middle of the and vetoed high bills Incomes., for

; Pension LawCLEVELAND '48 ConventionOrlando I sympathy battlewhich with the the consolidation personality_,I Legislature citizens the bills committee were drawn under .......... respectively. J

r battle has aroused. { up by'a An overwhelming majority
[AP] The selected for -It is downright foolish for us I I'I I the chairmanship of Robert J. Orange County demandtax
was I to allow personalities to influence ',Pleus and sponsored by Reps. Tyn Troops WatchRetured F Soviets Decline I of the American people
48th encampment of the Vet- their 1948 convention site by I Cobb and Alex Akerman. I relief." Knutson added.
II our votes in such an impor- ,I r\ Principal opposition to the pro- Pupils To FaceC "They know Canada and the
erans of Foreign Wars yes- Florida AmVets .meeting in tant question. I I"It posed statutes centered in the : United Kingdom have already hadtwo

terday voted to make pensions -' their third annual conventionat !I doesnt make any difference Orange( County Taxpayers Assn. Jews Day TomorrowStill To Waive VetoLAKE such tax reductions since the
for World War I vet I who is for the bills. They are sound : headed by Atty. J. B. Rodgers of j I II II en& of the war and they resent Mr.
Sarasota and should
yesterday pass. I 1 I
< Winter Garden. i I, not completely tabulatedas Truman's obstinate opposition to
erans the organization's number Meanwhile. Alex Akerman of "Just because Orange County This group contends the bills for the individual
one legislative objective for the Orlando, only Republican. .. member. I has been operating under a certain are a step "toward dictatorship" HAMBURG, GermanyAP to enrollment, but..believed to SUCCESS [ A P ] ,: taxpayer.any reduction"

I coming jfar.an j of the State Legislature. -AA<: "';"l'i form of government for 60 yearsis I and rather than save money [ Tense British troops, be more numerous than ever before Russia declined yesterday to President Truman on A-jg. 20

\ Zandt ER-Pal. a former I an-f:;' ,...1 no argument that a better formLsnt I will actually cost the taxpayersmore armed and specially-trained,I Orange County public schoolchildren waive the veto on any I II : forecast a record-smashing Treasury -
Commander-in-Chief of the or- :nounced his can- ,,, ': to be found."The in the long run. today for C. Day, I
j for their stood I i prepare sanctions against violatorsof surplus of nearly $5 billion for
assignment, ,
ganization. demandt'dTW I didacy for State consolidation bills would Proponents counter that thosein j
J : I following 0 Day and R Day. the fiscal ending June 30. but
pressure for passage of IIR667 commander of- .1> save money for all the taxpayers."We opposition to the measures are ,,ready in the dock area last I I a proposed pact outlawing said the year should go to
he money
to provide$73-a-fnonth pensions I the AmVets. I were bound by an archaic office holders. those connected I I, night as the first of three deportation I R Day was last Thursday, when atomic weapons. : and to stand-by
for World War I veterans at age | Akerman is op- ::4 l constitution until it was amendedand 'with office holders 'and prospec- ,I ships returning 4.400 Jews of they registered for the new school The Soviet Union also reaffirmed debt retirement meet domestic a or

65. I posed by Claude now that we have a chanceto tive candidates for office. the exodus to Germany sailed'' year. ; its demand for'W" .* fund to any.

Citing American spending of :Morgan and Ar- ;I;.>' ,. help ourselves. to pull ourselvesup I slowly up the Elbe toward Hami i O Day was Friday, when they an immediate g- world emergency.The

$22.779,000 for aid to foreign thur Di Vincent by oour own bootstraps lets The WeatherORLANDO I burg. were organized in classes, bought pact prohibiting : President twice vetoed efforts ;
I The troops were prepared for of the Republican-domi:
nations. Van Zandt asked how of Miami and the seize the opportunity. school supplies and got acquainted the atomic bomb.
were "the American people going ,issue will be decided Leedy said **no one argues that AND VICINITY action if the Jews. thwarted in with teachers.C I This restatement nated Congress earlier this yearto
withafternoon their desire to reach Palestine offer trim individual income taxes
the bills are perfect. -COnsiderable cloudiness of the Russian -
to a
turn down a request. from the upon
will be tomorrow when
resistance when disembarkaI Day ,
VFW for World War I pensions vote this afternoon I ">o one can argue truthfully thundershower :'I position was by $4 billion.
regular class work will at'
when we spend such,a figure on that they are unchangeable ifsomething Partly cloudy tomorrow few I contained in answers 'The issue of relief for America's
: During the day the three British 8:30: am. and involve a full day '
Mod- .
with thundershowers. .
is found wrong afternoon I by Andrei -
foreign countries? General themeof is
48 million income taxpayers not{
% transports, with their Naval escort of learning, the first since last
Van Zandt estimated the $75-a- the speakers Akerman them. erate southeasterly winds occasional I, anchored a. s, rendezvous in t Spring. I,A. Gromyko Soviet shouldering: into di&cussiona.of
month pensions .-ould.cost about at the Sarasota convention was a I I "We can put them on a trial and fresh showers. the Elbe estuary. I Deputy Foreign ,,. prospects for an extraordinaryFall
$775 million In the first year and warning against Russian influenceand error basis and eventually have a I I Minister to,. session of Congress to deal
eventually reach a peak of about advocation of universal military form of government that would Cracker Jim Sez: There the British were reported Millions Are Lost ,I questions put to. ,. with the European financial crisis.
$2 billion annually. He said there training. I be a model for all of Florida." to have removed some of I him by Sir Alexl' l dander Confronting COngress. wheneverit
are 3.727.000 World War I veterans Speakers included Brig. Gen. I The bills are a preliminary step Done took me a ride down by the leaders among the refugees In Big Prairie FireI I .,t meets will be: 1-Will the
alive today, 65,541 of whom I I Shingle Creek to see how them possibly to disorganize resistance British .
Homer L. Sanders of the 14th Air toward a complete streamliningof cadogan.J"l ., American people assume a larger
have reached 65. Force. Orlando; Rep. J. Hardin j I municipal and county: govern- .folks was gittin' along with their when- the time for landingi HIGHMORE. S. D. (uP] A giant to the : .Lr... e responsibility for aiding Europe
He favored payment of the $75 Peterson; Floyd T. Christian Jr., : ments, Leedy said. plowin. an durn if I didn't git..i came. prairie fire burned itself out ; Nations Atomic Gromyko to restore its war-wrecked econ
monthly pensions under a program assistant State service officer.I The former Legislator who Introduced stuck in mud that was plumb up'i i The anchorage was reached on yesterday after devastating 700 I Energy Commission. ; omy? And 2-If so, then how can
"divorced from" the Social Pass-A-Grule. and Franklin S. the original consolidationbills to a goat's belly. Shore was wishin I the 57th day after the Jews had square miles of rich grain and cattle The answers show that* larger financial commitments

Security plan for pensions at 65. Chalmers. Atlanta. I with Rep. Tyn Cobb Jr.. said: ,for my ole T- embarked secretly from France country in South Dakota's I, Russia insists on the veto on abroad be reconciled with tax reduction -
I "Anyone knows that if you vote Model cause that : for Palestine aboard the Exodus worst farming disaster since the atomic matters, demands that the at home?

James Roosevelt RappedBy I Three Die in Blaze that one man shall do two men's thing jest natch- 1947. formerly the S. S. President dust bowl. UN Security Council decide on :
work you will save money when ,erally wouldn't ''Warfield, a Chesapeake Bay'I Weary farmers, who had foughtfor the question of sanctions 'against View TakenOf
Wallace Booster As 20 Reach Safety the original pairs salaries"are stop for nothin. I steamer. The voyage of the Jews 12 hours to save their homes I I violators of the proposed conven- Gloomy

LOS ANGELES IAP1 Robert W. fixed by law and you eliminateone One of them fellows who were without visas ended, crops and livestock totaled their tion on the prohibition of atomic. Rail Strike End -.
VENICE, m. lAP Three
per- when the British their losses in millions.
got his intercepted
Kenny. California Wallace-for- of the salaries. I weapons, and still feels the immediate !
sons were burned to death and a I I mule an pulledme ship almost within sight of the '
president' leader yesterday accused bills as prohibition of atomic
"The consolidation are
Steel Corp's Pre.
was seriously injured in afire Land.Amnesty. Law' negie-Hlinois
I out. but he Holy Indiana 'Anti-Hate'
Democratic State Central Committee which destroyed a Jrame store i t simple as that and should be was plumb un- : weapons is an urgent task. I C. R Cox yesterday gloomily

Chum James Roosevelt of"ingratitude" and tenement building here early I! passed." neighborly cause for Guerrillas : Invoked in School Fight warned that a wildcat strike of
and said the late I ,
yesterday. Twenty other occupants : India Pakistan Fate plant railroad workers which already -
dern iffen he didn't make
me pay J ,
President's son derelict in his Ind. API Indiana's
duties fled to safety. Dead are Emmett Farley Refuses Political him a buck an give him a chaw of Rumored by Greeks GARY. new I his idled 15,000 employesand
party during the 1946 Decision
law invoked
primary anti-hate was yester- Seen Near
Tucker into sorely needed
72 bit
and Mrs. Laura Ro- tobacco fore he would do the job. deeply
election campaign. I chelle 71 and : Forecast for Next Year ATHENS LAP Informants said day as students of Emerson High steel production "may not end
Charlene Deaver. Hits mity wet down that way. an LAHORE Pakistan (IUPJ Before ,I'
----- last night that a new coalifion School here continued to defy "
5. I LYNCHBURG. Va. lAP Former ,them folks ain't gittin' in no crops the middle of September, it will >Quickly.
Gl cabinet being formed to govern school board action
Back From Tokyo i National Democratic Chm. Farley in the ground yet atall.TODAY'S permitting be decided whether the infant''
I I Greece would offer a general amnesty Negroes to attend the school. Joel.
Slain Wife Held Truman Barely Misses said last night he would support I governments of India and Pakistan -"i Toniqht's MoviesBEACHAM
would ,
; I I TIDES to all guerrillas and : Eddy. 54. was being held in Jail
"with the nomination of will disappear in an inferno | 1.3T. 4.11. I.S3.POXY ,
pleasure" Boom Tom.
Daytona uch and Nw Smyrna1 BeachTides. -
them if
the fight- vio-i
jobs with
guarantee at Crown Point charged
HOUSTON. TeL lAP Sgt. J. Tumble! Over PrecipiceRIO Pres. Truman but declined to I: Huh: 1145: am. and 3 51 p.m.; ''of religious massacre, or whether : '.39.
C. Sandlin was shot to death at I 1948 Low: 12:26 am and S 43 p.m. ing now going on in the northern, lating the law making it a felonyto -Magnifleent DoB. 129.: 3:33. .37.
DE JANEIRO I API Pres. make a political forecast on I Cocoa a..e" Tides: High: 11:35 a m and'I pan! of the country ends within i iI "racketeer in hate." they will be able to bring order I 7:41.: ".5.
his home near Highlands near Truman had a narrow froma with the explanation* "I don't I; 6:01 P.m.: Low: 12'3* ..... and .S3 p m i i I out of the chaos gripping big areas I CA."JEG-The Loot Weekend. 200: 3:SO.
escape month.
Houston, !I Sabast.as Intot T....... Blab 11:so a 945 745: 945
yesterday a few hours II care to make a definite observation -:, jn of both dominions, observers said '
possibly serious mishap yester- and S 56 p.m.. Low 12JI: a m, and 6.48 j COLONY-They Wont Behert He 2:00.
after he arrived from Tokyo on an I:day when his car skidded on a i because I cant make an hon Incest Revealed as Girl yesterday. 'I 3.55.. S.50. 7'45. 9 40.GRANDBIondtea.
emergency furlough. His wife has est evaluation. pmSun PhaM. Rises: .I.M, Sets. 6:39. Former Fruit Peddler !\ RoiMar 1 00. 3.2,
slippery mountain road. When ,
been arrested reporters Confesses Killing Father 5 50. 3 15. 10.40. Ba( 1a *. 3.17. 4 43.
for murder.fSL1M.sTIC saw the automobile the LOCAL TEMPERATURES : Gives Library $3 Million Italy Chiefs Sign Treaty 7:07.: 9 32. '
-- I I left rear wheel was over af retaining I I OVERNIGHT AND I Recorded by U.S. Weather Bureau at I IMaIctpaI I Ii LACONIA.: N. H. [UP A sordid I RIALTG-Boomu.D8. 100. 3.55. ('38,
waterproofing and re. Airport.maximum. :i BOSTON [TIP] A former unknown of murder and incest was ROME [UP Pres. Enrico De' 9:10. DevIl Thumb A Ride 2.40. JO.
( rfartn* aw keing applied. A. wall curb with two feet to story .
P. i DAYTIME DELIVERY *O. Minimum TS Nicola and Foreign Minister Count I t 10. 10 45
CUrk Motor* BBiMimf..-.4dr.' I! spare from,a precipitous cliff. Pictures 1 .m. nn 7e I 1 ...m. ___.---- nI fruit peddler. John Differ-, recounted In Municipal Court yes- '. VOOUE-Hieb Barbaree. 3 45 ';06.I .
_. _. __ order 2.M, __nh_ '16 I 2 ".m. _nh___ IIA atti, 84, uncomfortable in a new terday as pretty 20-year-old Barbara Carlo Sforza yesterday signed the i 1025. The Cii.... 2:20.: 5.40. 9 00.
were not permitted. When you merchandise __ ____ 'I I
I 3 am. 16. 3 p.m. 80'! made $3 million Italian peace treaty ratification. DRIVE-IN---Out Of Tbtl World.
7 I from Orlando 4 a.m. ___ '75 I 4 "m. ____ 78''I suit. proudly a Roberts' brothers persuadedher I I APOPKA-8ioux City Sue
SnbcrI94iI stores, specify QUIck. safe 5 am. ---- '15 S pm. --_ 19 : surprise gift to the Boston Public, to confess the slaying of their II I CLERMONT-13 Roe MadelemiDELANO .
I 8..111. '75 I 'II p.lI1. '19m. -Carnival IB COM Rlc*.
Library because it was the foun- I
CharterA..w delivery by Sentinel-Star 7 7. 1 I p.m. 71a merchant-seaman father.Sylvester! DREKA!: WoU Can: PUibt To Nowhera.EU3TTS .
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8 -."'-': "- vtu 9 .M. __ III I 9 p.m. _____ ,11 of his Zortune.COLISEUM. OROVrLANtx,, Imperfect Lady
9 10) 11 12 13 Line that leaves daily on 10 ..m. _n 114 10 p.m. _____ 76ii .I ; told of how he had had incestuous CENTRAL FLORIDA FAINE3: CITY-Variety Girt.KISSIMMES .
Service schedule for 41 Central a.m. ______ 118 I 11 p.m _'__hn '111I I relations with her from the time .. -The Bhockm: Mitt PtitrfmLEESBURG .
HSI6 1? 18 19 20 vlr Florida towns. Merchants Noon ______n $9 I MUIDgbt _--- Te she was 13. -Mot, Roae. FAIN: DfckTracy .
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21 22BS325] 26 27 Agent telephone to call for 6291 mer for I TEMPERATURES High L_) ELSEWHERE Huh Low '"Central Florida Playground1 I Rich Nazi Murdered I budget keepers have kept the SANFORD DORA-The- The Strant Tabakraj Done Woraa.*.
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Boston 7* 65 Mtridltn 88 74Chattanooca Sept. 8th I night hunted the killer of a former i Make your entry In black WINTER GARDEN= -Lore and Leartt.
WHITE 96 76 1 Miami 87' 2Chica. I German collaborator named :I when buying selling, renting, I GEM: Count .f Monte Crtito
19+7 October : .. 87 63 t Mmn-St.Ptol 90 63 For slain 10 I I : WHITES HAVEN( -They Wont Better
19+7M Cleveland R8 66 NewOrlean 92 75 Re-modeling Braun days ago. sur- or wanting the result way. Me.v
Dallas 100 7* New York 83 70 rounded by $18 million worth, of lAgZLAND-POLK:
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I : EXPES: : :: : Duluth 74 61 I Phoenix 102 7? Stallion Road LAKE. Wild Bill Hitkock:
1 El: PUG 91 67 Richmond 86 70
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f l o 9. 2 ai7 t olUtbay &tttllntl-&tar Orlando, Florida, September 7, 1947 Plans New Smyrna Beach Lists
------ Legion

t \ I I: Stadium Lighting Repairs Set 174 Signatures r Sanford Inventor's Lawn Mower School Staff for Year .

:' To Ease Human Cocoa Party ,
Ti l By DeLand City Commission Straining Backs

Needed for Vole I I rS.e-.-' ta T-e S-ndoy Seitr*'.S'or1
i ; '::De(:'at to THe Sunday Sent1e'-S'Jr; : : I I'I .I "Xr: tr 0.'cff MAYWE G.sc HODGKIN ientl I, [COCOA c'J' t" "National 5 i-v Strn"and,'t'.St't1' State NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Complete list of teachers for
Lighting system at the municipal football -
SANFORD-A lawn mower that needs New Smyrna Beach's white schools was announced
power no officers of the American IAak\l\ yesterday -
stadium will be repaired and adjusted before opening high : Cese: to 'e, c .&t Snre'-ctr'' brawn only human intelligence to cut the family lawn is will be honor guests at a "u"fIr by H. A. Schutiger supervising principal. Classes will

school pigskin contest here Sept. 20, according to action NEW SMYRNA' BEACH-Only the cause of the well-worn path leading to the door of Alex- party at the Legion Home hf'lf' begin promptly at 8:30: a.m. Wednesday.
: Friday by City Commissioners. 174 more voters' signatures on the Wednesday from 6 until 8 pm, I
ander Smith Sanford Mrs. will
"Smitty" inventor. who Jolly to
returned Fri ': Virginia again serve as secretary Mr.
Contract was awarded to M. and H. Electric Co. of Members of the Indian River Post
for the proposed school
a DeLand who submitted the only petitions day from Washington, D. C. where he obtained patents. will act as hosts on the Ol't'ujon Sthubtger.: Mrs. Leoti Burrows in-*
I bond issue are required to call a
; bid. Total cost will be $343 fewer lawnmowers are numerous Meade V.'il national rxrru- trumental music supervisor, Mrs.

i Kennedy AsksCooperation Alternate plans for first class j vote for raising of schools money here.for H.Improvements C.- but this one is truly I I tire officer Tom on. (001.dl..trlC't lla Kersey. Librarian: Mrs. Ruth IS Sanford Lions i'I

illumination were submitted by : Shadle told cine organization representatives different. It is a clutch type i Beach Begins commander and Itt'ld1.11.: Clark, music supervisor.Here .
Act". City Mgr. George Ratten- at the Chamber of and wheelless. Lift the handle I State adjutant. Mill he honor is a list of the teachers for
i bury who described the existing Commerce Thursday. with only the finger and it : guests Ml will dwu hlah- junior-senior high:
elides right along with only lights of the recent national convention. I
as When the required number of Hear
J. W. CO'A'en principal and me- McNulty
guidance needed drop the han-
:Iin Conservationi Because of lack of funds suggestions petitions have been signed. whichis dle a few inches! and the ma- Causeway Work chanical drawing: J. W Cox com
which call for either 96 25 per cent of the 2.868 registered All veterans in this area are Invited -
i [. 0'' to Tie I. Ty Senfi.or j'I 1.500-watt lights behind the voters in the. New Smyrna chine stops. Smith asserted.In to attend the supper which mercial studies: Julia Dilzer. English I -I' .'-. ----,', --:':"-= -," .-1

I NEW SMYRNA BE ..CH The I'(stadium. or 80 of the same power Beach school district. an electionfor place of wheels is a cylindrical "'<:: -' t c: -..- Sr-' -I''" ::' > will be served in ample' time to : L. L. Dugger. Spanish: Joyce SANFORD-Lions International
in front of the stands were put a vote on a $250,000 bond issue drum roller at the back which NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Work allow the group.to attend the baseball Gtlliam. English: R. It!. Hall. : Dir c. H. McNulty of Melbourne
I co-operation of fishermen and i'aside until another year. These : will be called. supports the weight and rolls the i I 1011 the South Causeway, prekm- game to be played at Provost mathematics: Mrs. Clara Harold, who attended the Lions Club

hunters in obeying Florida's conservation j I systems would cost $9.500 and Only freeholders can vote on lawn. Its greatest asset is that mary to widening and resurfacing, Ball Park here on that night. language: H. O Laurence, physi- I luncheon Fridav pave his reporton

I laws will help the State 16,500 respectivelY. according tc the bond issue. .more than 50 when the machine encounters :started this week, City Mgr. John cal education, Louise Lourcey. social the international San Francisco
: preserve game and fish. Dr. I. N. I rough estimates. per cent of whom will be required holes the roller drops down into C. Ferris announced yesterday. science: Olive Martin; social I convention. and commended local
Kennedy. Tallahassee. adminis- I The Commissioners adopted a to make the election the hole and the blade scalps the I j 1 Side ,Miss McKay science: Annette Mathis. social I I Lions for having placed Amcnean
I: trator of public relations for the formal resolution setting date for valid. earth surface nadin&.as started at science, Charles E. Meyer indus- I flails in public school rooms.
I Staje Game and Fresh-Water Fish closing registration. books in the Another feature is that at the Riverside Drive., and will continue BrideDAYTONA trial arts: Mrs. Margaret MofieldH; Of the 8,000 Lions who attended
Commission told members of the coming franchise election at 5 Members of the P.-T.A. groups front is a skid shaped rather like for the approximate one Becomes home economics: Maynard: Rein- J J the convention he said 154 were
: Kiwanis Club at its supper meeting pm Sept. 15. Freeholders not here secured 542 petition signers a shallow flat shovel rigidly placedon mile stretch of road to Atlantic bald. mathematics: Mrs. Martha Fforidians. W. O Livingston presided -
.; Thursday at the Copper Kettle registered in the past four sears last week: at the dog track election a level with the blade which \ve. BEACH-The marriage Sheldon mathematics Mary E. Henry Wittee announced a
of Miss Eleanor :MacKay:
s. ., will be required to do so again. polls. Dads Club members and makes it impossible for the bladeto Homer Motes supervisor of the Tanner art. special call meeting for zone chairmen
I! Hunting within the season and Mayor Fugle denied a rumor other interested persons will be touch the ground. either frontor side .grading, said that the main- daughter of Mr and Mrs. Alfred Live Oak elementary teachers late this month. .
I keeping within the same limit; that City Mgr. Fred Gross would asked to make a house to house back. This feature has been tenance division of the State Road JameS' IacKay of Ocala and Rob- ILlice M. Read. principal and
:' returning minimum sized fish tot resign and become airport manager canvass to get the additional sign- particularly attractive to golf club Dept. probably would start resurfacing ert ,Guy Shinn on of Mr and first grade: Mrs. Floanna Burrows -

the water instead of destroying when asked by Comr John- ers managers, because it will eliminate at Riverside Drive and Mr Charles Guy Shinn. 160 S secondNell: Pattillo. third; Rev. McCarthy
Horace King has offered to canvass Halifax Ae, took place Friday Mrs Mildred Cow en, fourth, Mrs
them are two most important ways son. The Mayor said. "It hasn't all chances of injuring work east.
I I' that hunters and fishermen can happened yet, and there's nothingto Edgewater: Mrs Harry Ogle greens. Smith said. The roadbase was originally laid night with the Rev. W Ted Jones Esther R. B. Colborn fifth; Mrs.
will be responsible; for Glencoe: performing the ceremony in Euda Conely, sixth. Leaves For
to 24
co-operate. he said. Henry Swoopeplanned it. Smith said yesterday that he feet he said. but only a 20- Ocala's First Presbyterian Church
John Hall said he would canvassin Faulkner elementary teachers
the The Commission postponed foot width resurfaced.
i program. is was The
now producing these '
the northeast section of the machinesand The bride was given in marriage
Road Philip E. Jones. principal: Mrs.
of resolution Dept.
a plans to resurface the
I I city. J. U. Gillespie suggested that will get out more and more full by her father. Her sister. Mrs Florence. Settle. and Mrs. Mary New Duties
: t I granting the city a lease otbulldin& he feet. he said.
i as gets under way. Ralph L. Strean of Cambridge.
Music Club No. 9 at the Municipal eight Dad's Club members be responsible : Sappington first grade teachers; I
This is not Smith's first inven Mass. was matron of honor and ." ',
for about 25 Z
signers. ,
Airport by the War Assets Ad Mrs. Susie Hedges and Mrs flor- [:;: : :: Ti' 5j'v! Se- S'r1
tion. While stationed at Warren her cousin. Miss Nina MacKay.
Col.! ence Benzel second grade Mrs.
ministration. It will be adopted : NEW SMYRNA BEACH The
1 Knight -
SchedulesBeach ; Roberts Airport at Macon. Ga., served as maid of honor. Brides- Carol Virginia McGanty, third
: 'I" when presented in legal form Miss Alligood's/ during the war he was given special maids were Miss Sally Ann Dun Mrs Frances M. Chandler and; Rev. John McCarthy. pastor of the
next week.
headquarters and"priority on Makes Trip nington of Farmville, Va., and Vivian M Smith. fourth, Mrs. Sacred Heart Catholic Church -
The building now is occupied by
Party H. P. Shapiro Co.. operating a materials to work out problemsfor Miss Bettie Christian Long. Mr. Alice P. Davis fifth: Mrs Jennie here for three years. has left for
Betrothal Told
the Government Four of his Shinn father served as best man
Lou Few and Mrs Eh'
garment factory. It is paying $100 a Camng- Boston where he will be in charge
iol to The Sjnday: : Sent;ne'!-Star} patented items are now being To Washington and ushers were Paul McLeran of ton. sixth.
; I COCOA-A covered-dish luncheon a month rental. To clear way for 'Sp ':al 's Tfe Sunday S f"'r>el.Star'' used by the Government and he Tampa. Allen Keel of Allentown. All elementary and high school of a Catholic mission.

t beach party will be included use of the of building until formal the COCOA-Mr. and Mrs. O D. has made many special wnenchesfor -' "P transfer all the property at
in the day's business session of the airport front the WAA to the city Alligood, of Cocoa, announce the mechanics DELAND-Col. O B. Knight Is Jr.. Lee Hansard and Jimmie tered for classes and all children church will be the Rev. Thomas
1, executive board of the Indian One of his inventions is an engine in Washington D. C. He accom- Vickers. who will enter the first grade next
the lease was necessary. Underits of their O'Connell of Newton 3rove, N. C.
I River Music Club. at the Cocoa engagement swing for placing engines in panied his son Burny to attend A reception was held at the week should register at the
Beach home of the John D. Shep- terms city pays rental for to the Marguerite Susan to Robert E. planes, done by one hoist insteadof Sullivans Military Academy. Highlands Hotel following the schools they will attend Mondayand Rev. McCarthy new parish is the
ards next Saturday. utility charges assumes, and to keep any_, Pntchett Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. three as previously needed. An- Howard Gunn has as guests ceremony after which the couple Tuesday. H. A. Schubiger an- largest Redemptonste', fathersin
: ; The business session will be the $60.000 insurance. agrees i R E. Pritchett, also of Cocoa. other is a wheel dolly for use Ralph Marsha}!. Bill Brown and left for a wedding trip to Boston nounced. the U. S. ;
1" last to be held before the general Wedding plans will be announcedlater. with 735 pound wheels, and an Tommy Foister, all of High Point. and New York, The newlywedsplan The priest was guest of henor
club membership meets for its oil drum dolly and to make their home in Students were required to register -
I a special palnut N C at a farewell dinner: at the Catholic -
Employes Have Party I Gainesville while Mr. Sh.nn for thisear's classes at
first program of the new year. wrench. En route to Gettysburg. Pa.. are completes Social Center Thursday night
1 SeCiol t'-e! Seo' Star] his education at the Uni- the close of school last year.
Oct. 2. Program plans special [ ; to Sunday: ne !: I Mr. and Mrs. Eugene: F. Utech when Mrs. E. M. Little was toast-
u j I events. Including the presentation COCOA A "second anniver- Yoke Tea Room. Merritt Island. whose marriage was solemnized versity of FloridaSanford j However many prospective, stu- mistress.
., of a concert by a known artist or sary" dinner party for employes of I I Monday, with Dave Nlsbet host.:I Hardin Friday at the parsonage of Trinity i dents have moved to this city dur-
:' l I artists during the coming year the Merritt Island Garage and 1 A barbecue chicken supper was Methodist Church. Mrs. Utech is : : ing the Summer. The registration Sanford VFW
r 1 !! will be ( issed. their wives was held at the Ox I served to 18 guests. the former Nita McCarthy daughter OES I of new pupils will be from 9 a.m
-ti Family of Mrs. I to 12 noon Monday and Tuesday -0
I Marzee McCarthy. ; !
William K. Bean director of religious Plans Honor so that classes can get started on ,- -, >- --= c ---, ,

II; i i t 1 I Cocoa. School Projects Backed Makes By HELEN Trip SNODGRASS ;I, ence of activities Baptist a weekend student at Stetson State secretaries confer-, is attending For Leaders I time ister High at Wednesday school the high students school should office;reg elementary supper eign"SANFORD Wars meeting Post- Monday 3282 Veterans will e'and-e'-Sti of have For-observe a '

r Oak
i school'' P. A. Rhode [Seeoot to The Sunday Sentir*!-Stcrl: ] I and directors of religious activitiesin students. ith VJ Day by giving short talkson
; teCIC! to The Sunday Sentinel StorJ buildings house the high J T. Campbell ENTERPRISE-Mrs. Bertha Lou Jacksonville accompanied by (5Dec&: s *'e :Ziy; SET: 'e'S'or' Miss Alice Read: Faulkner school while the
COCOA-Recommendations of plant. Estimated cost of such a James L. Wattenbarger. and Fred students with Philip Jones at the experiences fighting
i i. Mrs. Bean. SANFORD -Mrs Opal Bartow
Hardin. Sarah Nell and Wise Har Japs in different theaters.
building program would be at : Raborn all graduate students an Faulkner schooLat
: : the State School Survey Board Mr and Mrs. R. H. Gunn. who and Charles Guttendge. worthy I
1 least 400000. The board reported present at Saturday's meeting. din. Hardin and H. J The meet ng will be held at 7
relative to the much publicized that figure was not to include'' "Cocoa schools are the only ones Burns Jr. motored to Gainesville have recently purchased a homeon matron and worthy patron of the p.m. at the Legion-Hut on Seminole
school building program in the a new site, in the counts with inadequate Friday to attend the graduationof N. Kentucky Ave.. have had as Order of Eastern Star. will be the Masonic Temple at 8 pjn Blvd. This will be the beginning -
Cocoa district were heard yesterday : The State Survey Board has classroom space.* Dr. Leps said 'James Hardin from the Uni- truest for the past 10 days Mrs. honored with a banquet at the Tuesday at 10 ajn school of instruction of tr" X'Z'iar bi-monthly '
at a public meeting at Cocoa been in the county for & ver*l "You should have about 30 acres verity of Florida Gunn's mother. Mrs Lee North- Mayfair Inn Monday at 6'30 by will be he'd! by Mr Ear- ireeines d'r; : : :ed during the '
: City Hall in conjunction with the i days as result of petitions signed for your entire school needs. Mrs. C. M. Hamilton plans to cutt. Mrs. Northcutt has returnedto the Seminole OES Chapter 2. tow and Mn. Annabee SrruJi; Smet Arcsnbcrs are urged ,
:\ I Bard County Board of Public by taxpayers,of this district requesting leave soon for a short visit withher BcFarlan. N. C. Mrs. Gunn is special meeting will be held grand instructess of District 24. to attend. I
I "Even If the county board ------ -
JI I Infttuction. their survey of the sister Mrs. Whitaker in Bra- assistant bursar at Stetson. - ,
'" 'Tbe recommendation as agreed school needs preparatory to an owned all the playground spate denton. Sunday's birthday greetings go
I ; upon by the Survey Board of three election to be railed for floatinga i I now used by your schools It Mrs. E. W. Jones left Tuesdayto to Ted Strawn. Eva SteekeU MaryJ.
; assisted by four graduate student $500,000 bond issue. i\i would not be sufficient for your visit her sister in Tampa. Valley, Bob Gregory. RobbieLenox.
-Achers: is that a new elementary The issue was first suggested I I needs." he said. Mr. and Mrs. J.. G. David of Fred Mills. Blanche Malm-

.. tchool be built on a more favor- early in the Summer by Stuart i 1 Graham read the board's recommendations Sanford were dinner guests of Mr. borg and Bonnie Lyons. Celebrating -
Ok'site. and that the present elementary Clark. Cocoa representative on the for the high school and Mrs. E. C. Snodgrass Thurs, Monday will be Hazel Myers.

!1 and adjoining high school ,,. County Board of Public Instruc- as being 14 classrooms space for a day.Mrs. Jimmie Roberson. Elizabeth Stone
I' :'LEG.-\L rT= NOTICE proper science program shop'I Aletha Evans and daughter Clarke Harper.;Mrs. Sue Summer-
8OUX: AD FOR SUNDAY no Instructions tion.To State Survey Board members 'l areas; two classroom spaces for ; Norma have returned from hill and Mrs. B. B. Koch.
AMENDMENT NO. 2 I the fact was emphasized that I library and conference rooms: a Daytona Beach. Cmdr. Charles Hutchings will
TO REGULATION NO. 11 i formation of a new school district -I commercial subjects area Mrs. H. C. Peterman Miss The- leave today to return to sea duty.
I":, OF CONTAINERS by those nearby, communities with proper equipment for carry- resa Peterman and Carroll Peter- Mrs. Hutchings' son will remain to
: 11 BM.U hereby 1. Section amended 1(..to of Include Regulation the following No.- would mean poorer schools for I ing out that field of educating; man were in Orlando 'Saturday. ,, visit her mother Mrs. Wallace
.. container at adopted container both the Cocoa area and the new administrative space cafeteria .Mrs. C. A. Henderson and children Foard. ;
:: for: th. shipment of oranges crapefnut district since the approximate i clinic. gymnasium and more space Roxanne and Howard returned The Rev. R. Grady Snowden. FOR BOYS AND
: and '
tanierinesContainer :
MoQnlnn one-third total tax assessments generally for a complete educational Saturday from Lakewood First Baptist Church pastor, will
!! ( 't ICC No, 20 Inside Dimensions withdrawn by the Memtt-Cocoa' Ohio. be principal speaker tonight when
.I'' TCI No. 3-B Name of Container(In Incnes '1, Beach District would handle*p program. Mrs. H. E. Braddock and daugh- the Seminole Associational Train- GIRLS OF COLLEGE AND
"Don't think that
for minute
: a
::: Lime and avocado box : the Cocoa district. ter Betty joined by Miss Wilam ing Union will meet at the Second \
a WE) 611 34XllV\, xl4 i"k J. L. Graham. head of ad- when the entire county becomes!! '' Todd and Miss Valerie Todd of Baptist Church. Program will begin r
:: I : C04 cubic Inches) DeLand were in Orlando Thurs- at 8. !
towns in the win <
I lime and avocado box J State Department of Education county day. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hollendorfer .
I i:: WE) 1315 sHxllHsl favor higher taxation or floating i
(Capacity introduced other board members I i': Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Jones of of Akron. Ohio. are parents of a i
I :: rise cubic inches) I who gave their Individual re- a bond issue"to take care of the Lake Monroe were here Thursday.Mrs. son born Aug. 29. there named Beautiful Two-tone '
;;. See. 2. This Amendment No. I to Regulation ports. Cocoa needs. Graham said. G. Gilmore and Mrs. C. Thomas Davis. Mrs. Hollendorferis ]
o No 11 :
adopted by the Florida
0 I; Citrus Commission In open wetting duly Both Graham and E. L. Mor- Both Graham and Clark who B. Gilmore and daughters Claud- the former Della Babcock. t ieof/iereffe/ Cover : ,j ,
C: assembled ia Lakeland Florida on the phett explained the place of the concluded the meeting with sum- ianna and Elsie Joe of Orange Mr. and Mrs. Blanton Bagwell '1 1i
third day of September 1M7 shall become
I :: effective at 13 01 am September 10 1M7 State Board in making recommendations mary remarks stressed importanceof City were guests of Mrs. R. M. and children are visiting their parents i' 4
FLORIDA CITRUS COMMISSION to county boards. floating the bond issue for the McCabe. Mr. and Mrs. W. M BagweU ,
I: Br (S> RoWe TUlman.Chairman. Dr. Joe Leps. of the State Department -. Cocoa District as soon as possibleso Roy Caldwell of Gainesville is and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson.
I" I. ATTEST.' of Education and professor the bonds could be validated spending the weekend with his
."., I :. Ropt. C. Crans.Secretary. of education at the University: and sold before Jan. 1 when the parents the Rev. and Mrs. R. T.
>' I (SEAL) i of Florida.. has headed the Bre- entire county automatically by CaldwelL Tuesday Set
I 1 Sept. T, 1947. vard County survey assisted by State law becomes one district. Joseph Shannon of Bradenton

visited friends Sunday.Mr. .
t i and Mrs. D. E Adkison returned As Date For

I from Milligan Saturday.Mrs. .
I ; Ida Hasleden was overnight First
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hasle Meeting
; ,
i i den in Daytona Beach Friday. [See';a'' to The Sunday Sent n i-Star] I (

: : 'Ii i -,\ Cues I at 8 pm. is the date set for the
first meeting this season of the t tI

.. 13 .. 'American Association of University ,,tI
"f! ., i.. C To MarryCocoa Women.It I I
,0 ... is to be at the Y.W.C.A.. and
: :: all local P-TA presidents are in- ,I
.,- I Alan vited to attend. There was an '
i ; executive board meeting at the J
::5-e-:: : ol to The Sjnday Sen'rel-Storl) :home of Miss Grace Wilson Friday J
,,,' t I'r .: COCOA Mr. and Mrs. A. L at which plans for the coming I
Cuesta Jr., of Tampa announcethe : year were made.
New officers elected last Spring
engagement of their daughter \jj4
t. .
1 4ss
,... i 1. I\, Koretta Marie to John V. DA1- were announced. Those named
bora Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. were Mrs. Lee Rooney. president.Miss .

V. DAlbora. of Cocoa. wedding Grace Wilson vicepresident.Miss ,
; t F TALKING ABOUT A HOME ? i l date to be announced soon. Mary Ann Gatch. treasurer NOT 4 TUBES! NOT 5 TUBESI
'. I and Mrs Ca corresponding .
,. The bride-elect was born in Amy on.
: .
I IIi i Tampa. where she received her secretary. Executive board \:: : '
( early education in Helen Hill's private committee chairmen are Mrs. W. THIS IS A SIX TUBE RADIO i

Ii : So many people do' nothing but talk about it1! But if you really i school later attending the B. Treloar. fellowship. Mrs. L. B.Allbritton. j jI

t{i; i Ii: want to own a home, the First Federal Savings and Loan Tampa Plant public High.schools.She graduatingfrom attended Parker. publicity.. hospital.Mrs.Mrs. Duncan Dwight 'I ii I _:;-1- This smart new portable Is a THREE-WAY fob .

Duke University. where she was Dale educational. Miss Dorothy can be "plugged-in" at home, carried in the car, i

f I"" Association of Orlando can finance it for-you, starting NOW' :I, president national social of Delta sorority.Delta Delta, Dorothy Dempster Griswold.status of legislative.women. Miss Mrs.J. I II Many Other Makes or used where electricity Is not available!

I Mr. D'Albora was born In New D. McVoy. social studies. Mrs. To Choose From
Ii U : York but has resided here almost H. H. Morrison program. Mrs. I ii QUANTITY LIMITED! 1 1I

: Visit our office any week day between 9:00: A-M and 2:00: his entire life. attending Cocoa Mary Stevens creative arts Mrs.- II AtSavingsof
I public schools. He is a graduate of R. W. Marshall historian.

k !! P.M. ct Saturdays until noon. You will receive prompt and ; Bolles School. Jacksonville. Duringthe I I : Mail orders filled if received while stock Jests

.. :... recent war he served in the Miss Wilder 'I S'1 15toS2O.
Coast Guard for three years. After
courteous attention.
U. his discharge from the service he TERMS w
; attended Duke UnIversity. wherehe 1 I W. carry all famous name i
t Ii was a member of Alpha Tau Celebrates 5 I brands, such as: RCA, S Eco

: Omega national social fraternity. : I Zenith, Crosley, Str PhilLOW 1

I Own your own home and grow with Orlando. During the coming year he will 9th Birthday I berg-Carlson, Tele-Tone. E
I .k attend the citrus school of Florida ,
; I j Ii, Southern College in Lakeland |I [Spe:: "' *o The Sunday Sene!-S'orl i I Westinghouse. AS I K

of ,
f COCOA-The 9th birthday
I Spanish War Vets Miss Barbara Ann Wilder was i, '

; j! First Federal Savings Ass'n Plan Council Meet i 1 Cocoa celebrated Youth Wednesday Center when at the the : FLORIDA'S LARGEST RADIO' AND APPLIANCE STORES : i

: 1 & Loan :NEW s'c'; SMYRNA to TeS .r-a-BEACH-There. Sen: <1e'rtorj Wilder honoree's of mother Rockledge.Mrs.entertained W. R. ,: i

will be an East Coast District ; a group or the young lady's
Council meeting of Spanish War I friends. i I .
: t ii of Orlando Veterans at the American Legion i Recreational facilities of the 11 CTAMPA, UAEIANDOftlANOO
I hall at Eustis Sunday Ernest Fer- 1 club were enjoyed and contests' IT MTIISAKASOTA
I I: rant. commander of the local I II MUMI
post. and games played during the afternoon ,
-t I' !! 50 East Pine At Court St. Telephone 41 91 announced yesterday. There will ,1 I preceding the serving of
=" be a covered dish luncheon at the customary birthday cake.!
I .,:. I noon. Cars will leave from the I I punch and ice ream. Twenty r
t I police sub-station on Canal St. at friends of the honoree were
9 am. : present. ,I

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It was with considerable alarm and pain that I read ,

, the recent..accounts of the grounds on which Miss Hedy __

Lamarr, the actress lady, won a divorce from her ever-

loving spouse, Mr. John Loder. According to the dispatchesfrom

Hollywood Hedy narrated a tale of lamentable sufferings -
and is quoted as saying:*-- -
"He would lie down on the couch
hi the evening, take a drink and I elir Jruufcig' S rntuirl-tar
go to sleep and forthwith His ORLANDO FLORIDA
Honor made them two insteadof I. SEPTEMBER 7, 1947 PAGE 3

one. ,
Great grief! It that grounds for ; every word you were saying. You \1
a divorce? Because if it it
is. were talking about the Jones' expecting -
means that practically any time another baby and how ;
the Missus has a they are going to manage on
mind to do so she i what Jones "
j can turn me
To which my tolerant partner
I loose to shift for replies 1 "That quite right, only
I myself in a cruel that was yesterday I must
and difficult J
I confess that this affliction is not 8
i world in which confined to the home and that -
man not
i was .r
, meant to live frequently after large and expansive I
dinners at the houses of my
alone. friends. I find that the bright and _
It to
seems me the
instructive conversation of
it is time for _
is filtering through to me

some tion mate as grounds clarifica-to legiti-fo: Galileo guests as left bell though or and right I begin from, depending outside to sag on gently a diving which to --i;; ..u 7IT fft XffI4 f r l lr

divorce, for if the Little Womancan iv. t
tilted when I sat down.
rush off to the law shop and way I was : "; : t '- A.1 I'r
b .t fr ,
The Missus at this point watchesme ,
get separate maintenance, alimony ? f rwf
nervously, prepared to createa
of the dachshundand
custody diversion should I begin to snore
use of the car on alternate u r
rush over and me before -
or prop up
Sundays every time her lord and I fall quietly over on face
master is caught entering a mild the v, e + ktllIllh1kli! i i J I Il
and continue post-prandial l
state of coma after the evening :
snooze wherever I light.
meal, then I say to you the Amer- I
ican home is in danger. Naturally enough I hear
about it when we get home the L l
I hold that there are few who ...... -.J
disgrace of it all, and why don'tI --_ ___ .. '-- __.
can vie with me in respect, affection -
and admiration for the Help- 'I' other do my people sleeping do. But in bed divorce like 33-1 3f/c Wool Novelty Blankets Jacquard Bedspreads Tailored Pairs Printed Sailcloth Pretty Plastic Apron
meet, but after a large dinner' '
That's something else again. Blanket
there comes a moment when I
"' find it very difficult to focus accurately -, I will admit that a gent who 6.95 72 x 84 4.69 Full or Twin 6.49 38 x 78 2.59 48 In. Wide 1.39 yd. 1.89
upon the bird-like sounds corks off in the preesnce of Miss Size 72 x 90

issuing from her ruby lips, andI Lamarr is not exactly upholdingthe For warmth, for thrift! 311Ip: Authentic Indian patterns fin An opportunity to !sate! Loielv Wo\fn dot marquisette effect. So inexpensive you'II hurry to Sheds! stains and water like a duck.
do not need a couch or a snortto traditions of American man- Virgin Wool. Double woven sun variegated striped background: Jacquard Spread nf ra on and brighten jour whole house Make Of durable aquaMm with roomy
satin binding Pastels I with Soft, fleecy cotton Ideal in child I cotton, heavy washable weaie. Neat double hem in white oN y' ,
enter what to be a hood with regard to the advertised I rayon smart matching ensembles in floral pocket. Has extra wide skirt to fit
appears glamour of screen actresses, particularly I I contrasting: borders. Weights 3vi room or auto. Sateen binding! AsRos, blue or gold Similar to Ulus"a. Size 38 z 78 or striped patterns Washable. all figures.
legally criminal state of somno- Ibs sorted colors tration.Beding.
lence.I Miss Lamarr and any Drapery Dept.-2nd Floor Drapery Dept.-2nd Floor Houseware Dept. -2nd Floor
number!: of swains reading these I Blanket Dept.-2nd Floor Blanket Dept,-2nd Floor Dept.-2nd Floor
can dope off right in the lines will vow fervently, "By r ............. ---.-.-- ,
chair, leaningagainst ., -- :
or standing up it. er .
the wall, in an effort to George you can bet if I could I T [, ;
have dinner with Hedy,
get to the living room from the ,I '
wouldn't see me dropping off af-
dining sitting uprightat I
room or 1
terwards. What kind of a guy is
the typewriter.No .
that Loder, anyway?" _' '. '" :;::;;"'r.
disrespect is meant by this.
Well my guess is that this ', I 'lf..
It is just something that seems to ,
is all I _
Lodef an right fellow, and \ t "
come over me a few moments after j
likewise meant no harm or disrespect I -- I j -. ( I '
the dishes have been cleared I
to his ever-loving lied)", I
and it state which I
away is a
but it is probably just that he
must be known to
am sure
is getting on a little works hard .
red-blooded American husband all day and likes to fill up at 11 yl V < : a-
who ever packed a steak- I
away torY
the dinner table.
and- potatoes- and I I L
dinners Miss Lamarr is unquestionablya -.
or a mess of home-cooked dump- -'..
most beautiful and I
lings or spaghetti Only what we person c Bench Hassock
I t Type
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certain number of years and his ., ReI back in the single state again, eat- :>
tummy is full and that awful feeling -
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the club. comes astealing out of nowhere I # st sP.e; seat ectSmfor twity otbonenecdMor: -
i it could be Venus. Helen '" a : grained artificial leather Excelsior
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well-being that starts about at into one. What availeth all I Dept.-2nd Floor Reg.139.50 NOW
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I weighs a ton. I close them exerimentally. i on that account. For Hard To Beautifully styled living-room suite with daveno that
Just to see how it I I al quickly converts into a convenient bed to accommodate
feels and half an hour later I hear : Production of diamonds from I a t"'' Get I Items two people. It's a perfect living room suite for eliminating -
I myself saying"What do you meanI the mines of South Africa broke bedroom shortage. Wheat finished woodwork and
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ORLANDO. FLORIDA I Ibsh Another Glamor Quiz! I AMEN 'nw' Pepper Lauded For His Record,

week17. New Year D.r. Fourth of Jay Labol 'IInJ. I
Th.:1U V1nl Day and christmas by Sentinel-Star Co. ,
Orlan ICTGo_i .101.Daily Newspaper. Inc I at 238 South Orange Ave By DREW PEARSON By JOHN BRANSCOMBSaturday Proposed, As Standard Bearer

tnterwl as aeeond-cIaM matter at the Post OffICe at WASHINGTON-Most folks would think that : night is bath time for most of us. Back been sa vm?. .What have you there that yoo i
jI.flUo. YlOfld*. under the Act of March 3d. 1879 had had of Hollywood after that cherish so much Sentinel-Star:
Congress enough ,up Alabama way (thats where I discovered can't diMrard. values that you Editor The Sunday

TELEPHONE Departments 41(1 '. Brewster-Hughes fiasco. However, another big ex- America lots of folks go through this ceremony that you can't part with them? I can tell what One of the three outstanding
:Subscription: Prtce Sunday Only 15.20 Per Yr. travaganza is being cooked by the House un- kind of by these things you have todayis .
up weekly whether they need it or not. In fact I have person you are statesmen in this country

MAITIM ANMISIH. EMTM AH. PutuSNiiC Americanism Investigating Committee that will i had some fastidious friends who enjoyed the Satur- been savings I cleaned house the other dayI our own senior senator. the Hon.

VV LltCT. hI. M* HIMIT BAICN EMTOCUI Dmcrot outdo the Hughes probe in names and glamor, if i day night clean-up so much they could hardly wait found about a bushel of old sermons that were Claude Pepper. His record has

r FAIL HofccAM. MAIW [.. MUTO J. AUSTIN, AST MM.HAIOLS not in headlines. for the time to come. Periodically. and that means as dry as dust. Without any tears at all they been one of progress and fore-

r &uiTOC... MSB NotlUT CoNlON"'. SlC.'TIIAL Until the curtain goes UP. a publicity blackout about every two years with me. I give my desk:, went to the waste basket. sight and I believe the Demo-

J, W. UMMOM. CiTY Cut. Ms*. (L T. MILL$. Two Svrr.RcmT has been ordered by Committee ChIn. Thomas of files. and memory boxes a thorough cleaning andI But I found some letters from folks letters cratic Party could find no better

rWAiTtt. Cuss. MM. CMAIUI Miotm Puss Sup,. New Jersey. However it is known want to tell you that's an experience Like expressing gratitude for ministrations of love in running mate for Pres. Truman

-.- Member of The Associated Press that a swarm of big-time actors Alabama folks and Saturday night bathing. I clean 1 times of joy and sorrow I read lots of them and than he. Pepper's broad knowledgeof

; The Associated Press is exclusively en. \ and actresses will be brought to out regularly every two years. If no other benefit 1 they were so dear and precious representing something I world affairs his sympathy toward -

f Uiied to the use for publication of ail Washington next month to testify is derived from the ordeal at least it affords me a 1 so tender and valuable that I couldn't throwa I labor and his understanding* ---
iT news dispatches accredited to it or not of our own economic problems
otherwise accredited In this paper and on alleged communism in Hollywood commentary on my soul a sort of index to my i single one of them in the basket Back they went make him the ideal man for the !| Senator enjoys the

l l also the local for re-publication news published of herein.All special. Even if the probe dff'.ZIl'tprove character for you can judge a man by the thingshe 1 in the files, some of them with blue ribbons around Job. At least no one can ever accuse -i I reputation of being 1I'ell-are foremot ,
rights I anything-which it probably 'them. Don't you dare laugh at me. You are sort issueor '
dispatches herein are also reserved. saves. : him of straddling an I champion of American Labor, yet
t \ pr w-on't-it will keep Thomas' of like that yourself I dare you to open your old when '
Take a bey for instance. Examine the con- not speaking his mind in his Labor Day speeches b cl
PAGE 4 SEPTEMBER 1. 1947i name on the front pages-always tents of his pockets and you will find bits of ;files You will have some letters from folks in he believed he was right. Thereare upon u t stop name a. i

\i-' --: helpful when one aspires to be string, arrow heads peach seeds, a rock or two. 'there. too. And you need to pet some of those many who would like to see I Russia and once more makes quite l

TOD1"S THOUGHTS '4 '. \ GOP Senator from New Jersey pocket knife a yo-yo, a bird's egg a dead frog letters out again and read them particularly the I him carry Florida's banner next evident his continued role of

... .- To, & not, taste not handle not.-Colossians t Opening bearings begin Sept. and maybe two or three holes. 'ones you saved from your sweetheart before you election. C. T. A. I apologist and apr of the ;'
... 24 and will last approximately married her. Those letters will remind you of I Soviet ,
2:21 v'it t e_ i three weeks. Thomas and his Finding such things in a pocket will indicate her I real value and what you thought of her before 'Color-Added fraud' It is really amazing but theSenator l
that you are on the inside of a boy's heart. Did you seems to turn an astigmatic -
J T Bedeaf to the quarrelsome. blind to thescoroefand Pearson estimators are mum about she crawled up in the pigeon hole of your Seen BoomerangingEditor
ever explore in a woman's pocket book? Not if she on the Russian scene and
dumb to the inquisitive. -Aughey. I which mode stars and producers will appear. desk. The Amen Corner poet expressed it on this The Sunday sentinel-Star: eye truth
fails to
j grasp
Ic:::. However it can be revealed that those sched- wISe In Morrison C. Meriam reviewof that 10 million th tmbl beings
1 Inside the Soviet Union-Slavery uled to be invited or subpoenaed include: They were single and went walking, First National Bank of Orlando I held inexorably in a state of hopeless a-
Charles Chaplin who filmed The Dictator tv5iW1ifiVd51 And her heart did skip a beat concerning Florida's Citrus Indus- driven like beasts

f ARE MORE slaves in the Soviet Katherine Hepburn, who introduced Henry Wal- As she stumbled on the sidewalk. try future during the next 15 to of b saver. an

THERE today than there were in the lace to a Los Angeles rally. Adolphe Menjou, Rob! And he murmured. "Careful. Sweet." 20 prepared years based by Brown on a special W. Rawhngs review "Name cl2. forth! L
r'f U. S. before the Emancipation Proclama- ert Taylor, Director Leo McCarey and Hans Eislera I USDA economist for the Federal it high call a spade a

r tionf\" Hollywood composer and brother of Gerhardt Now the wedding bells have,rung. Reserve Bank Atlan.a. on that spade. Stalin and his regime are

This'dire accusation comes from David Eisler. recently convicted of contempt of Congress. I i And they walk the self-same street- industry, Mr. Rawlings stated. as the foresworn enemies of freemen

Boras I. Nicolasvsky, two Jack Warner who produced Ambassador JoeDavies' She stumbles on the sidewalk. did many responses by growers everhere.W.
and I A.
.J. Dalhn scholars who long have book Mission to Moscow. at a time whenwe And he yells "Pick up your feet. ; and shippers. that a problem of Winter Park. TAYR
Russian -emigrant profitable marketing is likely facing -
were wooingRussia! will also appepar. i
with the Menshevik, or ? Really. them during the next few
beeiassociated What are men interested in saving i '
Easier a onetime friend of Mrs. Roosevelt, wul
of the Russian Social what men save is a dependable index to their character years and that the overcoming of Bat We're
I', moderate, wing be the first witness according to present strategy.. in Sorry Clod
lies perhaps ex-
I I When a man comes to the end of the way i this handicap
Democratic movement.I The fact that his brother recently figured in sensational I I Danding the demand for use of Yr.n Tried It AgainlEditor !
books oft and his memory chest is opened and all you find i
one of ,the most important headlines may provide a clue to his selection fresh fruits, and I would add-especially The Sunday Sentinel-Star:
the tear, the two scholars lay bare the &3 leadoff man. though committee aids is money stocks. bonds. stuff, you will. have a good the lower grades and to I wrote in a suggestion on the

1linJ facts of life in Soviet slave labor insist no "smear blows will be struck. idea what his life has been. These are the values the lower income consumers.. conservation of game in our
't;- app were looking. for that is strictly "no-mans.land," which have engaged\: his talents, time and energy to A careful complete survey wouldno lakes in Orange f, seemed

concentration camps. but try it sometime when the opportumty presents the exclusion of human values. Saving money is doubt show great potentials fort to be unworthy of considerationand
i '] ne prisoners of the Soviet are com-I Jimmy Byrnes: \\itch-Hunting'! Thomasis itself You'd thing you had gotten into Important. but Lettie Thomas asked a searching >:expansion in this field, where was never publshe and per
without human rights. aware that he risks a repetition of the Hughes in the Amen Corner last I thousands thousands never
pletfly Webb famous drug store Heinz' 57 varieties can't question of the mourners upon hap thisrll cdee fool-
probe. which bubble-gummed in the faces of Sen. think of citrus fruits
be killed tortured witnimiftey using
Tg-ey- may or compare with the hinterland of a lady's handbag I Sunday: 1 als.
Brewster and his War Investigating colleagues. To juice because the cost has been But it's generally known bj an
heard of a fellow who is about to make a fortune
t avoid this Thomas has had two former FBI prohibitive hitherto. Then too: the old fishermen in the county
men bonds
forprivate You know where stocks and are.
i work for the Russian State, not through an invention. He has perfected a zipper your I I
Since the industry has consist-
H. A. Smith and A. B. Leckie working night and that during the pawning season
You careful to lock I
that works on the bottom side of a woman's pocketbook are your
ently majored the healthgivingvalue
employers. day collecting evidence of the blue gill or when they are
rests enabling her to open the bottom first. because You guard your silver and jewels: of these fruits. this result
on a that the
entire Soviet in in eveningor
... She economy labor One question puzzling Thomas and his staff is invariably the thing she is looking for is at Do you know where your children are? would encourage individual initiative I bes. the bass gather
gigantic substratum of this slave what role ex-Sec of State Byrnes will play at the i
hence fromlaboI'
the bottom of the bag. incomes there and are very thickly gathered -
i of Cruelty and exploitation not only un- hearings. Byrnes has been retained as a special Back to my office cleaning again. Im like a I have a friend who has preserved one of the and business by these groups. t, there at time

4 pa&lIed but almost unimaginable in any adviser to Eric Johnston president of the Motion squirrel In every part of my desk, in every nook tiny shoes of each of his babies. The: little thingsare Thus the habit and recognition of I Well. what this i* all about i

free: and civilized nation. Picture Producers ot AmerIca. and corner of my filing cabinets. I can find bits bronzed and occupy an important place on its value would be greatly ex- I that there is a bunch of mor-

: J. Tfte self-styled dictatorship of the proletariat Inside fact is that Byrnes will not appear at of this and that which I have stored away. know- his desk, And this friend knows where his children parded This campaign could the be ized into operation during expected -
has created a slave proletariat ink the hearings unless be is subpoenaed though ing that one day I would need such things for are. There's nothing quite so important to save as put -immediate' duller yearsat fish beds on the soutwe side for of
Lake Butler It's
more miserable and hopeless than he will give Johnston and other movie mogul Amen Corners sermons, and commencement ad- the babies. the children. They have something to much less costs than when demands five years but nothing o ever
\L finitely ,
i '* any .boring class that ever existed under ; off-stage advice on how to prevent the House dresses. It takes inc two or three days to cleanup do with the future. As a matter of fact they are and prices are more pres- been done about it. A c net can

I probe from becoming a witch-hunt. because I have to stop and read everything, our future. oing later. nun a pawning bed a.
I a we system. I dreamed that I went to heaven Th- Master other "must" fundamentals t sh
even tenderly caressing the things I throw away Among time I have seen many
i Jf I NOTE: Johnston privately tells friends: "If the; so attached am I to the things I have saved It's escorted m-' into a roors in whih he had all of bearing on successful citrus bass caught at one a throw

I BEFORE THE WAR: most of the prison- House committee has any real evidence of Communist sort of a memory chest and hope chest combined. IMS ke-n--' 'tes so-t of like a memory book I was business as well as all other one eight-foot net Ty Wit
activity in Hollywood let's hear about it. -' he had saved They were life activities, is simple honesty Weir
j Russian citizens. I you see. All of us ought to open up these chests inte.: -:i in the things caught. at Lake years ago.
Tjgey were ,criminals, persons who had The motion-picture industry has nothing to hide now and then. The Creator opened up Adam's things fo"Vs had given Him 9n the earth.A and compliance with the Golden f I saw these guys cast 'netting
but we don't like badgering:' which the Samaritan Rule. To artificially color citrusis yesterday evening but don t know
of cool water, a coin
know what a cup
before Eve
dareH criticize the regime and others. chest once just n4 you simply a fraud on those whom
grand that was for .Eve. We who live in gave a wounded Jew a crust of bread. a kind 'them
These still are in the maionty.l opening the industry relies and must depend F.EBImprovements .
ts of the Russian slave labor Hoover Remains Hoover-Certain members of t the Atomic age think that ours is the first generation word. a visit to the sick a flower to a friend a for its very existence. The -.

system the Democratic high command are now saying to split the atom but history reveals that widow-s mite. a publican's prayer. and many coloring practice may appear to Needed !

JJvere dropped here and there. But no "I told you so" regarding Herbert Hoover.. the first "Adam-splitting" resulted in Eve a force other things which he had counted valuable enoughto have momentary benefits to its'

unbi sed observer, no foreign observer had There has always been a division of opinion which man in all the ages since has never gotten save and store up in heaven where thieves don't perpetrators, but as with all other Now, Says Reader

\ seenHhe camps' functioning. I t j. within Democratic party ranks regarding Mr. Tru- under his control. Really women are powerful. break through and stral I looked at His Treasuresand fraud it boomerangs to harm not Editor. The Sunday Sentinel-Star.

\ fiien the Russians took Poland more t mans wisdom in taking the ex-President into the Some wit has said "Women are like cellophane; then I examined the things which I had counted only to the guilty but the wholeindustry If it were more thoroughly understood -

thania million men, women and children t bosom of the Administration. And now that they easy to see through but hard to get rid of, once as assets and I began; to wonder Has He just why increasing pub-
r--..-e shipoed to the Soviet and many of 1 have read Hoover's interview in the AmericanMagazine you are. wrapped up in them:' Anvn. saved anything that I gave Him? was particularly review above refer t lie increasing demands public have tax to do with is not the

I .s*- to slave labor camps. j saying that the U. S. could have stayedout Let s clean out our files, and see what you have AMEN. i' none of the operators quoted indi- all together inflation bi
of World War II, they certain ------------ -- ----- -- o doUn.or
Wien' Hitler attacked Russia, almost are more than < cat being favorable to destroy- even lower priced ,
ever that Truman was wrong. I fruits to lessen the supply the to
anxiety get improvements.
1000QO Poles succeeded in getting out; of WASHINGTON TREADMILLA
i ;j most .
a despicable practice a.
made have the
j Hoover is quotrd as saying that the British whe we mon.
the Soviet under cover of an amnesty. sin against heaven for destructionof the small
J' user -
Among them were many educated per- never were in danger of defeat and that the an G given food for man lic services can contribute very lit-
J. I Japanese never would have attacked us at Pearl 5, .
sons Aho set down _a record_ of what they "r lIarbor. f'\ at Holland Consistency An intensively worked out and tie tward million dollar rod,

had seen, heard and suffered. power wat wok
organized program to get citrus 1
Tte of Forced Labor in Soviet Thougn Democrats appear surprised at this sanitation and mass Wirs. tht
Hoover attack on Roosevelt's foreign policies, it is ; E. T-ANK KENNEDY ]plier. with due respect for quality. in the region. He wants to know, into u of all low income groupsof ; all of u have same access to -
Rusa have gathered together all this Corr'knt1. 1 Until recently Sikes supposed thata why red o own Florida and those of but
no news to certain Republicans who served with :'ir n however. snapper grouper i convenience. it i not impossible -
mat iial in a revealing book on the horrors him. notably Hoover's former of : WASHINGTON-As Sen. Holland i government purchasing agent flounder and mullet cannot be which o nearby Southern States to for any of us t understand
Secretary State. transportation
costs wouldb
first of would operate in like fashion But it Of the is
of lifejin a police state. competes his year course principal equal
i Henry L. Stimson. made available for the service small would
When Stimson tried to stop the no doubt absorb 1
looked into the
I I service in the Upper Chamber. It tie hadn't opera- i treatment and how, does the
The of evidence terrific.Of44the .
mountain is Japs' first aggressive move in Manchuria in 1931, has become evident to his colleagues tions of the Central Purchasing bases in the Southern States. A te ent surplus of fruit not ac- trustees and executors explain it

authors say his main nroblem was with his own chief iA the that he is laying a broad Bureau of the War Dept, which brisk how-come letter is in the to the fancy higher as to keep the out of
"The terrible truth is that out of I White Hoube. Hoover hung back at almost every foundation for a statesmanlike buys vast amounts of foodstuffsfor mails. priced markets for many years to s the pile.

Russia's rich historical past the Soviet i step Stimson proposed to stop Jap aggression, approach to aU major legislation. all the armed forces come ,and plus with the at National least a smallprofit 1 I CARL GALLOWAY.
i finally His stand on the twin issues of In a recent call for bids! on of Sen. service Winter Park.
leadership, after prolonged vacillations forcing Stimson to recall the American Dove Peace- Peppers rendered to our great for i
30,003 pounds of frozen seafoodsto
tax reduc '"n and labor reform count.
and against opposition from within has consul. Prentiss Gilbert as an observer from the provided tne fairest appraisal of supply a tier of Army and forthcoming swing across toutedas the which service great rebound ;

chosen to revive the harshest, most cruel League of Nations Council meeting in Geneva. his first years work. On both issues Navy air bases from Jacksonvilleto country the opening outwardly salvo is being of the 1948, to the industry and the individuals 'Million Dollar Ball'

and barbaric features, enhancing them I NOTE-Captured Nazi documents reveal that he took an early stand. long New Orleans Sikes ferretedout presidential campaign, but its real sponsoring it. Then ina Chairman Is GratefulEditor
Hitler regarded the USA as his main enemy and before Pies Truman's attitude. one soecification calling for objective presumably will seek to few years observe the large number -
greatly. that we to be his 300 of the only of added users of citrus that The Sunday Sentinel-Star:
were big goal after taking Europe. and subsequent vetoes were pounds shrimp. placate warring Elements of the ,
I May I take this opportunity "
never before and its blessIngs
4 -
known to Congress On the Taft- product on the whole list to Democratic leftwmgers and to u t
THERE ANY wonder Russia refused Hartley bill Holland reflected the come out of the Gulf of Mexico.All movement towarda and hence t the industry thank you for the work you
Trumans soft-pedal
IS and Dutch Marines-By Strange coincidence any by constant de- to make the "Million Dollar Ball"the
conservative trend throughout the the other specificationscalled increa
to allow their Allies view life in Russia third party.
some of the Dutch Marines now fighting country by going down the line for for cod fillets and other mand. SO MAY IT I success that it was
freely the Indonesian revolution in the faraway Dutch the bill veto or no. f The Pepper oratorical guns of JOHN M. RUSS. I We appreciate all the effort you

Is there any wonder newspaper corres- East Indies are acquaintances of Mrs. Truman and So it was with the tax reduc- .TJ. '; course, will be trained on the i put forth and I think we can a

pondents have difficulty seeing anything | some also met the President. tion bill sponsored chiefly by .F "4r sins of commission and omission, Russia Attacked By I rest assured that everyone atn-
During the war U. S. the Republicans. lie voted which he will cite chapter and Winter Park Reader ing had an enjoyable .
in Russia the officials do not want themto Marines trained 5.000 fA/ I' BILL JAMES
see? young Dutchmen in the U. S.. and some of them against; it. also on conservative verse, against the Republican i Editor, The Sunday Sentinel-Star:
I congressional majority.In .
were stationed for a short time in Washington. grounds and swung right In behind everyonekuows, senior i I JayCee Cam.
Is there wonder Russia takes the : A o
any While here. their favorite the White House by votingto many respects the Republcans \- ___
hangout was the USO
attitude she does at United Nations meetings I sustain President Truman's
I club in the old Westminster : are vulnerable because they
? Presbyterian Church successful veto. tTt talked themselves far out in frontof
Just a few minutes walk from the White House. : Ancient Charts
Free men must abhor the i Curiously. Pres.Truman listened their performance record. By Scripture WayIn
everywhere Mrs. Truman
sometimes came to work in the USO to two different groups of advisers lambasting the Taft-Hartley law '

Russian dictatorship. kitchen. when drafting the veto Pepper can corral the left wing labor -

I messages. On the Taft-Hartley vote for a presidential ticket, Problems of Abusive Wealth

CRACKER POLITICSHighway bill he listened to the left wingers: even though the left wingers are
on the tax bill he took council out to defeat scores of Democratswho I Bf WILLIAM (. GILROY DD

I I with Secy. of the Treasury Snyder voted for the labor bill. Scripture: Proverbs 11:24-27; 16:8; Ecclesiastes 5.10-11;
et aL Holland presumably revealed The Senator's platform utterances -
-4 James 5:1-6
Use Proviso Puzzlingly a better brand of consistency. therefore, will be straightout I
He voted for the bill opposedby political name-calling-easily On a smaller scale, and in a more primitive way, the

-- .... the leftists and he favored the understood by the left wing rank ., Israelites of old 'were confronted with all the problem
ALLEN MOLDS White House tax stand. as endorsed and file. What he will be character and conduct and their effect
That's why the two words "and the experience of other Statesis says repeated upon relationships
'Jt T_ .ohasse Correspondent tJ I retained" by the rightists. In com- by scores of other cam- ,, that
were slipped into the that not more than 10 percent ing legislative battles it may be I in society, vex and perplex the more highly organized
next election
-Two words- joint resolution by the State Road up nations of It
today. this that
of interesting further to compare the is makes ancient wisdom
the fuel
"and retained"-in the pending Department's resident on which the day In 1948.
attorney Holland brand of consistency with .. still of so much value for modern
highway use amendment to the Richard W. Ervm. at the insis- farm refund has been claimed
I those of his party leaders. To hold the leaden of the left life. r
State constitution are the key to tence of Rep. C. L. Clark of Cal- will be used In autos and trucks. : wing in line however. Pepper immune from governmental con
I I ; Next to the problem of the abolition
tax exemption by the 1949 Legislature houn County and other farm Georgia refunded 243.000 in I -
a 1 must word from trol and from of responsibility. -
SEN. HOLLAND carry Washington ,
Shrimp cent
of gasoline burned by farm spokesmen In the Legislature.The recent six-month period so evenif one per Rep that left wing policies. of war and the establ-1 an prevalent&D con-
Sikes of Crestview has or
equipment and perhaps fishing amendment reads: ". the maximum Illegal use of 10 1| : across one of those governmental stumbled conservative. some of them at least will be ment unaasociated of peace and by mea I ception was that a m's wealth
boats. I providing that all excise taxes per cent was true there the actual that deeper his
inconsistencies which incorporated in the 1948 plat- was own, to with as hplea
provide so species taken onlyon the North d
I problem, are the problems of
means all those persons upon gasoline or other motor loss to the State was only much ammunition against Wash- form. lab Today we recognize not
now planning to run for the next fuel $24.300 i I fishing banks. The Congressman I-keeping people working
products COLLECTED AND -a trifling amount when wealth social obligations -
Legislature \ ington bureaucracy. would agree that NewEngland For such a message to be effective fair conditions and with good lir- h
may promise the kick- RETAINED shall be used for contrasted with the millions of but
itself a
back to I'I When anybody else wants to buy bases best could be sup- it must carry some sort of ing standards-and of se i .
non-highway of dollars a
users motor public highway, street and air- produced by the tax. wealt
gas basic factor in
fuel with, for the first time port purposes :. That "andretained" + i a fish. fresh frozen. or salted, the l I plied from the North Atlantic fishing guarantee from the White House under control in and th acuiton

good reason to believe they can I I is the escape clause i As a protection for Incautious i would-be the purchaser usually hunts grounds and that ample facilities or from the Democratic National I rights and interests of alL proteon

perform. I I I for the farm and fishing exemptions. I lawyers this standard form of I up nearest and cheapest sup- for processing and freezing are Committee. i: So many problems in the I wealh years ago I editorial -

Because of the powerful groups I i contract for candidates: has been I I i spheres remain unsolved that under the w. Ford
supporting the amendment. thereseems i Much credit for the legislative I, whipped up by a politically-wise and gross at least $50,000 per year. ''political' has-been in his presence. 1 Hendersomnlle. N. CL putting on i we are apt to fail to realize the Too Rich Mr Ford I M ,

little doubt It will be written j submission of the anti-diversion Miamian* 2. Name the Supporter as the It is understood and agreed that horse shows and fairs as well as great pro&"re. both in relation was taken as symbolic of the men

into the constitution at the I amendment to the electorate goes t THIS AGREEMENT entered Into undisputed political boss of the the terms of this agreement were managing a hotel. A steady, con- ;j; to labr and in relation to who through invention production -
1948 general election. And with to Clark and fellow House mem- this day by and between i freely and willingly arrived at by servative lawmaker. Kelly will be i w that has been made i and distribution make
its adoption the last.strong argu I bers. Reps. J. Ben Fuqua of Pal- a candidate for and a County in which be resides. con- i I both parties, and that the Sup- missed. U. S. Rep. Dwight L. I within the memory of mal I great contribution society, and A
ment'against the farm and fishing metto. Troy Peacock of Marianna. registered voter of Florida often i suiting him on all matters, and porter did not coerce or take advantage Rogers of Fort Lauderdale the now living.It to whom t a great debt

exemption will be swept away. I Raeburn Home of Madison and referred to as a loyal prepriI I never acting without his adviceor of the Candidate at a i Sixth District, has received from 'I is not so long since labor was i iregarded But my siety-we point was that without

Terrific battles have been Archie Clement of Tarpon Springs. t, Supporter having hosts of fnends contrary to it. :, time when he was making a pre- I President Truman the pen he used as a "commodity" to be I I the great organization called society -

waged at past sessions over the and to Sens. Wallace E. Sturgis ofOca'la friends and followers who are also I I 3. Direct all campaign survey of his prospects. to sign Rogers' bill providing I bought like any other commodity -I i which he could never have roan
exemption and a persuasive I I and Evans Crary of Stuart. registered voters and like-minded I Ii panhandlers, bums (Signed I I terminal leave bonds may be payI \' in the cheapest market, under himself the distribu

claim has been that the gasoj j The State Road Department re- ,i in all matters political: hangers on and impecunious Candidate I able in cash at the veteran's op a competition for jobs that in j ton have been impossible

line tax was not entirely a road 'i I ports 20 States now have constitutIonal -I WITNESSETH henchmen elsewhere for advice .Signedl, I tiODRep.. C. Farris Bryant i te of unemployment was bit- Actually Mr. Ford owed a
levy for the proceeds of one prohibition against use of : That. in consideration of a'' and counsel; and particularly Supporter of Ocala "most promising first- keen. j j great deal more to than -

fl'ntent to schools and general gasoline taxes for non-highway friendly handshake and greetingand protect the Supporter against being (Non-lawyers may use this termer1 of the 1347 Legislature, I trly The came the recognition that I society owed to seJ nsideratin -

government. At least to that purposes and 40 States exempt a promise of supporting the plagued by job-seekers. form either by deleting section is being importuned to run for the ,.labor was a human .r hi that con '
e"-tent It was argued all whop I non-highway users from the fuel Candidate in all primary elections 4, Be on constant call for attendance one or substituting appointmentto Fifth District Congressional seat of blood flesh and comoty. t thi sr justification ,

.'".-ned furl should pay. t!levy. and the General Election and of at social functions where some State board for the legal being vacated by U. S. Rep. Joe families housed in sit. hovels for basi taxes.

-. 'Ji the constitutional amend- There are a number of methodsof :influencing others to do the same. the Supporter is present to add retainer.] Hendricks. Ed Larson Is Florida -!> -and the demand for a "living From a Christian standpointthe
t, however, limiting the user carrying out the exemption but I the Supporter may rightfully i to the Supporter's prestite and ;: Drafted in jest, this agreement 's first billion dollar State I wage" became so insistent that by obligations of wealth are

fuel taxes to highway purposes I the plan most likely to be adop- I claim and the Candidate upon standing in the community. and contains more than a smattering Treasurer. A casting up of balances -I now reference to a standard of more simple and direct What a ,:
I lhould a tax be levied ever ted in Florida would authorizethe election may be forced to. and I never to fail to use first name or 1 i of truth-particularly as to sections and receipts for the six anda I living is a stressed factor in wage 1 t has not h own. but
en. aviation gas. for airports and I State Comptroller to refund does hereby promise to, performthe nickname in addressing the Supporter I: two and four half years of Larsons administration negotiations and contracts. 'Ct in i subjectto
access roads, there can be little the IRS tax upon the filing with following services for the I steah. I
I + showed 1020189266.30 I' progress been is the
I justification for double-taxing I him by the farmer or fisherman SUppOrter I 5. Finally. upon expiration of Cuff Notes: Three-term Rep. H. had been entrusted to him and- Simr in enforcing recognition ba 'I t st'w"f G New TestaI >

t farmers and fishermen. who i tof a simple" application and ..afI 1. Supply the Supporter with at 'I the Candidate's term of office ; B. Kelly of Collier County. Naples i according to annual audits by the of the ftbUonshlp and respon I and the truer tn? Christian
will like else for mtnt
pay everyone I fidavit. i least one legal retainer for some never to seek assistance advice : hotelman. does :
or not plan to return independent State Auditing De- ,. ; nearly attain i
i what they burn in their cars and i i I There will be abuse. of course, l public body, or othe agency I II from the Supporter nor otherwise I to Florida this Winter thus will I partment checked out to,A sbUte I 'elb labor was a ,in the ,1 u h,.'bt h -

I trucks. but authoritative estimates from I which will continue for ivu years embarrass him by appearing as a not seek re-election. He's now in I penny! j" t da, wealth was le i p.prat



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I Services Lead Orlando, Florida, September 7, 1947. illjr jyun&aij .>nttinrl- .ltar Page 5a : Health Activity

Miami Police Discover All-Woman Bookie Work .P i! Income SourcesJACKSONVILLE l Cancer Fight New President I ,

Cutback Feared
MIAMI (AP] Police came up yesterday with what was believed to To Speak At

be something new-an all-woman bookie establishment.The [UP Dollars

raiding party brought in three telephones a desk several from trades and services have replaced -I _._ ParleySlafed Homecomingr fSpe: 01! to The Sunday $e"ne'.StarJTAVARESActivities
chairs a fan water eoler. and folding bed. war industry dollars inFloridians' I of the

C. Booked on charges of operating the horse book were Mrs. Nell {.. pockets the State 'c_- tO "P-9 <_-V. $,,-. -", C' r1 r;;;_-, .- r e ca;. Str. r'Ie'S' !rJ Lake County Health Department
Simmons. 46. and Miss
Marion Y. Baker, 39. They were released on
Chamber of Commerce said yes- ATHENS, Ga.-Florida's Dr. J. Hillis curtailed
great be
bonds of $500 each. Mrs. Alice H. Murray 30. was charged with wee. in 1948 will have to
terday. forward strides in the last 18 Miller president-elect of the Uni- Board of Pub,
loitering in a gambling house and released on $25 bond. I As the State and nation have unless the County
..\, ..J.. i reverted to "normal economic months in the field of cancer con- versity of Florida, will deliver the he Instruction makes an appropriation !
") x patterns. trades and services ::: trol have attracted to the State Florida Blue Key banquet address to assist in the work, it waa

Southern Picks Four Pool Idea Studied once more lead all other sourcesof j one of the most important cancer inaugurating the 1947 Homecoming learned yeSterday,

LAKELANDAppointment [Special toroe Sunday Sentinel,Star earnings as the money- etI conferences of the year, Mrs.H. B. weekend here Oct. 24. J. Mac- County commissioners, who
of four ten in Florida the chamber oM
new faculty membersfor I Christie, general
Florida MOUNT DORA-A committee said. Richie. Regional Commander of have been paying for most of
chairman announced
to investigate the possibil- today the cost of the health department -
education division was announced Latest available reports-for the the American Cancer Society's Dr. Stiller, who is expected to I
yesterday by Pres. ities of constructing a $30,000: year 1946-show that incomes Field Army, announced here today. assume his new duties as presi have appropriated 1948.$16489for They
Ludd M. Spivey. swimming pool here has been from trades and services reached The conference will bring together dent around Oct. 1, will jive have the asked fiscal the year school board to
They are Richard E. Mor- named by the City Council. $730,576,000, about one-third of'I in Miami Beach Oct. 12- main address at the Blue Key supplement this amount The
land. Naval veteran; Dr. Clar- the State's $2,372,000,000 aggre- affair, traditional
uC 15. 11 and 15 leaders in the cancer Homecoming
Members Mayor J. E. needed not stated.
are was
ence L. gate private income according to
Murray former
presi- fight from 12 Southeasternand feature for alumni and student I
dent of Tri-State College: Fortner, Councilman C. Otis the. chamber's research division. Southwestern states. members, and special guests. "j Commissioners feel the school
Donald A. Thompson research Hale, and George J. White, "The comparable proportionin z It Meanwhile plans were progressing board should help pay for the operation ,
librarian and president of the First National 1944 22.2 cent." the They will see and hear at first of the health departmentsince
; Dosert C. Vincent per / on the campus for one of thy ,
formerly of the University Bank. The committee will report | chamber's report showed "and n hand how Florida at a pace prob- largest Homecoming celebrationsin a good deal of the depart
of Kentucky. to the council soon. { in 1940 it was 31.6 per cent. ably never matched by any other! history. Many\ entertainment ment's work is in the schools of
State, swept, in a and half, ,
year a
I "Other sources of income to i the County.
.1. .L : -j features are on the schedule for .
: N from a position those least
-<: among
Floridians last were $310-
: :
25,000 visitors
Rites Set for Child Victim of Shotgun Blast 732,000 from agriculture: $175.- :4 a active spot in among combating the national the disease leaders to the some campus over the weekend.I expectedon I There are probably a billion
528.000 from manufacturing and tons dissolved in
or more of gold
The Blue Key banquet and the''
WAUCHULA tAPJ Simple funeral services will be held today for At the same time delegateswill
$543,188,000 from all levels of gov- the ocean waters.
little Betty Taylor, 8. killed in Waukegan HI. by a shotgun blast acci- ernment [payrolls and all types of a dx map plans that will be used Gator Growl, traditional Home-
dentally fired by her brother Billy 4. : benefit and allotment payments! in their States in the next 12 Friday coming "ice-breaker" will top the .

Billy and his sister. Patricia 16 months old arrived by auto : "Balance of the total t$6il,976- I months in an effort to bringean'er Saturday program.reunions, breakfasts ,
yesterday with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Taylor. 000 was earned principally in under controL Alumni
an Executive Council and
,. Some of the country's
top can-
Betty killed the while she construction transportation, communication
was Tuesday in Taylor's apartment General Session meeting, band'
cer fighters are scheduled to speak
was caring for Billy and Patricia hen her mother had gone on an I utilities and finance"Records during the four-day sessions. They concert. legislative barbecue, and

errand. will include Dr. Charles Cameron, the F Club dance Saturday night,
.' .,j NELL HAVILAND [ABOVE], high school student of Havana, of New York, Medical and Scien- all feature the schedule. C Jl.e1Jf/
Placed I
I Florida of Gadsden shadeleaf tific Director of the American one Saturday attrac- /
Fire College Set Tango Coming Back reigns as queen County's tobacco Cancer Society; Dr. Alton Ochs- tion will be the Fighting Gator-
I festival at QUincy. She holds a bouquet studded with North Carolina Tarheel football ,
TALLAHASSEE IAP1] Between MIAMI BEACH I API The ner of noted Ochsner Clinic at
cigars made from the county's famous shade-grown leaves. I game, expected to draw one of :
300 and 400 Florida Orleans, and Mrs. Harold V.
tango is back,
firemen will attend the 17th coming along i On Microfilm Milligan, National Commander of the largest crowds in Florida
annual Florida State Fire Col- with long skirts, Florida the Society's Field Army of several -. Field stadium history.
lege opening Monday at Chapter No. 2, Dancing Mas- I hundred thousand volunteer Compete details of the Home-
Ocala. State School Supt. Col- ters of America, were told I TALLAHASSEE API] Soon it Integration ProgramPut workers. coming weekend program are still SM a
being worked out Blue
by Key,
in English announced jester- yesterday will be possible to walk into the the
sponsors of annual event
i office of State Treas. Ed Larson''
day.Both UofF Names Seven : j
English and State Hildegarde. Miami dancing I I and just by a flip of the wrist find '
Treas. Ed Larson also is state teacher, said that the tango i a check or a letter written more Before LawyersTALLAHASSEE I Wilson Lauds Plans
fire marshal will address the will be the popular dance in j I than 100 years ago. Faculty Members I
firemen during the five-day ballrooms this I For Gum Auctioning 'I make light of
Winter Just as The 1947 Legislature authorized rc::_, r' -n-e 5..rfcf jgpi ,-plS'crl i.
instruction course. it was some 25 years ago. several State departmentsto [AP] Florida's 3,300 lawyers are GATh'ESv1u.E .:. Seven e.v.: ': tSD.- M T"-s S "-fcy Sen'ne'_Star!

A- destroy many old records that being polled on the long-debated question of setting up an facutly members have been appointed JACKSONVILLE "Plans for I your stride !

Gulf Waters Off Sarasota Clear of Red Tide storage are cluttering rooms up and several Tallahassee Capitol integrated bar with all attorneys required to be members the University to the University of Florida Collegeof for auction the handling sales on of the crude Palatka pine State gum .M. .a.FAT.ur.

SARASOTA [AP A survey of this region's Gulf and Bay waters warehouses. of a State Association. i the coming year, according to Farmers' Market which have Just
yesterday disclosed no discolored red tide waters and no dead fish. However, before most of them : Julius F. Parker of Tallahassee, chairman of the State an anouncement today by Acting been mapped in conferences with .
Farther north in Pinellas County only an occasional dead fish was I are destroyed they are being microfilmed Bar Association's Bar Integration Pres. of the University and Dean :( interested leaders in the naval a
reported coming ashore. { and the films will be i, Committee. said in a letter accompanying I of the College of Agriculture H. stores industry represent a new I Dorsey Sling
and important forward in the
stored in fireproof vaults. I i the mail ballots that I Harold Hume with Board of Control step I
Chamber of Commerce and county officials who viewed coastal M RegistrationSet Handling of this commodity said I $14.95
cross-index system is
A complex if the vote is favorable the Supreme i approval.The .
regions' from the air and by shoreline William L. Director of
inspections from Longboat Williams Wilson
being prepared by Court will be asked to set newly appointed faculty
Key to the Lee County line said no dead fish were spotted. in the Treasurer's office and. up the new system. Sept. 22 I members include: Dr. Robert C. State Markets, ,here, yesterday.

The surveying group flying three miles offshore did not detect any paper, whether one year olds'! The Bar Assn for many years" Lee. Dr. John T. Fain. Dr. Earnest
I any signs of "tide". w aters .. or 100 years old, can be found ina has sponsored' a more to put F Cox, James L. Wilson. Dr. NEW LOCATION
time. At StetsonS George C. Osborn Dr. R.
moment's j integration into effect but all 'I George
; When the work is completed itwill ; efforts hate failed." Bartlett. Dr. Morris B. Storer. DR. G. W. MENTZCHIROPRACTOR
Lab Chief NamedJACKSONVnLEAP State PioneerDies not only make records more i, -.1' *n T' c ,---TV Srtne1 Star !
) Mass PANAMA CITY [API] Sam- accessble. but it also will save Sec. Lewis M. Tribble said about August is the peak month for
Loretta Ellias. of Florida thousands of feet of storage space. 65 per cent of the State's lawyersnow II DELAND Registration for motor travel in the United States,
State University Is new direc- uel J. Gainer, 87, pioneer resi- The Treasurer's office has are members of the group. freshmen entering Stetson Uni- but the peak in traffic accidentsis 120 S. Court St.
tor of the State Board of dent and former Mayor of St. made considerable progress in Parker said that if the poll is' versity will begin Sept 22, according in December.

Health's branch laboratory in Andrew, died yesterday at the microfilming so far and the favorable, the Court as."ociationill ask I to the registrar yesterday, who
the to adopt a rule
Tallahassee it was announced home of his daughter. Mrs. E. State Railroad and Public Utili- Supreme -
requiring each lawyer to belong i predicted approximately 900 first e
yesterday. S. Day. ties Commission is starting the e
-- work. Other departments are to the integrated bar. and to pay year students will enroll. Special i Notice e
to the treasurer of the integrated Dean II. C. Garwood urged e
Son Dies }I 1 expected to begin soon. bar $5 annually for dues. Jungle Alligator Grain in
Ex-Mayor's | Irate Parents Flay All Treasury records on unem- upperclassmen not to return to cHunter
I plo aent compensation and the "The entire' affairs of the integrated I the campus until Sept. 25 in order That extra wool skirt at little cost, too short for the UD girl, j Grwn d
In Fall From Bridge \i\ School Bus Service bar will then be run I to avoid congestion and because -
!I : State Welfare Board, requiring !I wonderful values for the medium and shorty. Ideal for school
by a governing board, one mem- the dormitories will not Brown
MIAMI (API William R. Reeder Jt I I II JACKSONVILLE IAP1 Many about 40.000 individual pictures. : wear. Plaids and a few solids. I
from each
have been filmed. Warrants ber to be selected be completely ready before that
39, son of former Mayor C. H. )I irate parents of Duval County already old'I'' Judicial Circuit. date. I
i school children and ledger sheets on the I WALK-OVER SHOP
i deluged the school HALF PRICE
Reeder. died' yesterday of injuries board this week with complaints general revenue fund have been "Any disciplinary action taken I II First week of the Fall quarterwill ,
received in a fall from a draw- I on school bus facilities. They microfilmed from 1925 to 1945. by the board will be subject to be conducted mainly for freshmen Orlando Boot Shop

bridge. I i charged that the new system under Williams said all the records will :direct review by the Supreme During this time intelli- I! THE HOSIERY SHOP I Ii 64 X. ORANGE AVE.
His companions told officers which several routes were con- not be destroyed. Those found to Court: this general policy may be gence and English placement tests,
that Reeder walked ahead of solidated and all buses are oper- have historical value will be turned I I modified some to meet the demands conferences with faculty advisors Next to the Beacham Theatre
them and in the darkness did not I ated under contract resulted in over to the State Librarian for I of the Supreme Court if it I and special meetings for new men i I
approves integration," he said. ''and women will be held.
realize that the drawbridge on the .overcharging buses unloading far permanent preservation. I
still uncompleted causeway was from homes and the vehicles pass- .
open and fell. :ing up children waiting on curbs. Church Built by Pastor

I To Be Dedicated Today

Gt r / JACKSONVILLE. Fla. [AP] The .
will be dedicated -
church its pastor built '"

today. When the Rev. R. '" ." .'.
P. Hennigan took over the pastorate -
W. have a "Special" Checking Account I of the First Church of the ,
anyone can afford. Only 'y Nazarene here in September he
cost lOc for each check you write. ti 0 I I I found the building rundown and
No minimum balance.< he felt it needed a change of lo-
The Rev. Mr. Hennigan acquired -
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT ORLANDO' a new site designed a building, I .
Capital' a4 Surplus O" Millio Dollar built a foundation and with the I .
MEHBK FKDKUI. DETOSTr DKUKAKCB coaroumor' I help of some members constructedthe .
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1I 6 tt S-unbIy Sornttntl- 'tnr .Orlondo! Florida, September 1, 1947 I :(
Breaks Page r Sain Cops 19th

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I. Up Mound Duel Worsham Leads in Denver Open :As Phillies Braves 7-4 Top ,

I Palmer BOSTON i lAP I In a free hitting '

. Pushes :oni st, the Boston Braves last

: By BOB HAYES With 30th HomerNEW : fI I aight made it thre ein a row over (
'. Pat Patillo Jr., former Orlando High athletic star and I :v.v Into Second :the Philadelphia Phillies by down.
; siR the Quakers 7-4 before 27.HO
of Florida. is a stout booster
: at University
a :sophomore I YORK [APJ Walker Fans ,
1 ; Cot; Joe Michael the sophomore left halfback from Ocala Cooper's 30th homer of the year iI Hogan Third i : It was the 19th victory of the< .

at'Florida. I I'i I season for Johnny Sam, the
and second of the afternoon broke
'. "That boy just arrived there, but watch people sitr I I DENVER [API] Long-jawed Lew Tribe all- tar right-hander, who
a pitching duel between Ralph for 11 hits '
up but
was kept
i ..QJl and take notice of him this year, Pat exclaimed. Worsham seeking his irst major
Branca and Rookie Ray Poat with I them scattered enough so that the
since he rose
: "Michael got no scholarship. He went to Florida on his own. And tournament victory
two out of the ninth yesterday toI obscurity1 last June to cap- Plus were never able to score
unheralded from
,went out and started plugging away last year as an than at
i at Golf -more one run a time,
1 smash the Brooklyn jinx with a ture the National Open '
-S freshman on the "B" squad. third Frank I Buck I McCormick, the
_ ; ". That boy's got determination and he's got the stuff for a 3-2 New York Giant victory Jack Championship round leadership grabbed in the $15,000 Tribe's nght-handed hitting first

,'i htGe: fellow I think hell be one of Florida's top running backs before Lohrke's homer in the seventh 1- Denver Open yesterday baseman who needs to play in only

:::1 graduates," Pat added. provided the other Giant score. I The 29-year-old: ex-sailor touredhis la more games to be eligible for ;

Pat's Itory jibes with a remark passed by one of the Gator's The loss sliced the Dodgers' Na- way around the man-killing the National League batting t
crown, now is outhitting Harry
Varsity coaches, at Gainesville last Tuesday. tional League lead over St. Louis Cherry Hills layout in 66 just one Walker of the Phils by two l'

] :. }:' Barney Barnes. Sentinel-Star photographer, was getting ready to 62 games with 19 to play. The I $iL (' shot off the course record, to I points. percentage

f I tone up a picture of Loren Broadus and Harold Griffin the two Cardinals met the Reds in a night t lump ahead of the field by two ,itrirL NAT it BOt ......_
strokes with a 54-hole total of PHILAOELPHIA 1k) BIIT N "U
widely publicized Gator running stars. game with Cincinnati. ( ahekI.. ... . I
I ambled over to this particular Gator mentor and asked if there Cooper had Poat an early 205 eight under par. '. .
; given Before this blazing round by ns.1sr.fF : ; :.: k ,.r : :
,was, some other back who stood along with Broadus and Griffin as lift with No. 29 off the upper I The Chin" Johnny Palmer of -,,-,. If I ft 0 5m.'IIf 1 U I I IHSaef
broken.field ball stars this Fall or later on. i3SllLItbtIorlt I1jl'sigetto r
potential: carrying
Badui N. C, recent winner of the 1 3 4 ItM..rq
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"By all means include Joe :Michael in the picture." the coachiprswered I :, $12.500 Western Open Tournament P45-ti,", :3), I S 1 t "'EI_." t 1 1 1 a I
Games To Play .'rttss.ib. .. 1 cr.--.a.'w: I 1 ,
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with a grin. "lie looked great in Spring workouts. had sailed home at 207. '......DII: I I'Tcepaoa.l': I C I .1 t.
NEW YORK [AP] Here is the
j_. Michael weighs only 165 pounds. He ranks right alongside In third spot was bantam Ben HLip 2 I 0 I 2-lI4- 4 1 3 4 IHsgbmp
list the Brooklyn Dodgers t tduM
Brfladus and Griffin in speed dashes. He got into his first 'varsity and games St. Louis Cardinals I Hogan, the boy you can never S.IlSIoa IIIIItlor.. 45145. I t I I ';

fray',at Tampa against N. C. State in Florida's eighth game. and then have left to play in their scrap count out of any tournament. 1Ir-. S S S C 2ass.p 4 I 1 I 4

f played about half of the Auburn game that wound up the Gator for the National League baseball : Hogan also had a 68 that gave 1> .. _____
him a 209 totaL (0'r -. "Mfe K IUI7U.
schedule title: : i
j I' Skip Alexander of Lexington. N. Bulna ia .tk.b .
: ,* As Gator sports publicist Joe Sherman put iin a recent news St. Louis-At home: Cincin- t I -KntM tor rVham in *n.rare .
Ii : field with 137
led the ,
C. who a
: release "If Coach Wolf should ever have an urge to serenade nati 2. Philadelphia 2. Brooklyn t BUBO; 5
lay shota
Chicago after Friday's second round PkllaaVlpki.1 I 1" 11 ata4irrers
York Boston 2.
f Michael he might well croon "You Came to Me From Out of 3, New 4. Total 3. at home 16.- 76 to slide down to the 213 slot Hndirr. Walter VrmiHx. Ban katlaiIB t
garnet Fadcttt 2. Handler WM tz. F MrtorBttt L
% : Nowhere'." And Wolf may be singing his praises ere long. 1 and seventh place.
I Games on the road: Pittsburgh Mot z. Oslo : Xw-kaw Ma: Faafcatt. V wnckaltt. -
...*. 4. Chicago 3. Total road games 1 Trailing Hogan with 210 was tUb. XM-arafc* EUlatt. CaBarTi .
kaM klta "p a\eIL Men taw
:n TWun
.\ "I ti/.If a fellow can believe Jack McDowall dour predictions of things 7. Total games left %3. Cary Middleco f. Memphis: at 211. > DotbM atan: raaa l. YtrWa ta: La- '

t to come for his Rollins Tars this Fall then Tar Boosters Inc.. will Brooklyn-At home: Boston %. George Patton. Hampton, Va.; 212, !'..i_; ta _It.; *am to, T. Mrianafek .. f
: FilfcMi Late a* kam: Ph adalakla 1.- r t haie a man.sized job cut out for their organization when they get New York 2. Total games at John Rogers Denver: Herman *. SIMI on .biDs: aft Haim.it lajia X. air Ma {.

} going around the turn of the year on the task of improving the home 4. Games on the road: ;i Keiser and Dutch Harrison, and .. Wrlktoaa k* HtlmMaun 3. ay Man Lnv
New York I, Chicago 2, St. Louis ied with Alexander at 213. Ed IsIS 1 HIts: an Hna'aataaaa 1* i IB-
II' r. r
;: i tfaSber. of Rollins'football teams. n nf am aat ta k, art ilncka S IB taatat. -
3. Cincinnati 3. Pittsburgh 2, COACH AND CAPTAIN MAP Ross \as one of the standouts 'in Oliver and Clarence Clark. .01 "Vhanx 3 la t p&trhI -
** TIGER position.
i : I figure we'll win three of our eight games, be moaned Friday Boston 2. Philadelphia 1, plus "an FaMd b.ll: i'r.4.1: UwaH. :::;

p : night just before leaving yesterday for the Tars' North Caro- final innings of game ordered STRATEGY: Coach Paul O'Neil, left, goes yesterday's first scrimmage session held ot .,n:'._;. I Ml.:;M...B'*h. EmIl. aDd I'IaaIIL k'
T 01* At Wl* r : -
lma. training camp and his 20th season of football tutoring"If completed by Pres. Ford Frick over a new play with Copt Art. Ross, Senior Tinker Field, scoring two touchdowns, ona on Racers To RunAtCasselberry

; we win more games than that well be lucky-very lucky* Total games on road 15. Total fullback who Vas transferred from a guard a kickoff: Yanks Close SeriesTicket

left. 19. "
; ; :be added. games *" *

< .:'Jack has never been known as a coach exuding unadulterated
Sale After
'' optimism before or during a football season. But he justly figures on ElevenOrlando I ,
left field in the second I
facade in O'Neil I Sees Improved
: having a few tough-mighty toughopponents to face this Fall. but the Brooks got that back in Stock car races scheduled todayat 72-Hour Scramble s

That the University of Miami will bowl over the Tars is a the fourth when Johnny Jorgensen the Florida Livestock Exposition

ally acknowledged fact. And the Southern Conference UniverJsity singled and Bruce Edwards got High School's first when the season opens three staff there might be suitable reserve grounds have been transferred to NEW YORK [API] The New

I of Richmond Spiders were a plenty rough grid power last year. on base on a costly bobble by i scrimmage session of the season weeks from now" the Tiger men- strength this year. the mile track at the Azalea Driv- York Yankees ended their advance r

e : Presbyterian College's Blue Stockings were roughies last year, Buddy Kerr. Jorgensen who had I tor said. Claude Skinner. backing up Jie ing Park. Casselberry due to ticket sale for the World t
smiles of relief to Coach
to third the scored brought A white jerseyed squad composed I soaked condition of the Series last night less than 72
on error Exposition
I l' .I too. They defeated for instance, the potent little Catawba team gone Paul O'Neil's face yesterday anda orange line, Bill Davis and Bob
1 I while Pee Wee Reese was forcing of last year's returning letter- grounds strip. hours after they started it, announcing ,
that here In the Bowl
|I ran roughshod over MaryviIIe Tangerine game. Crandall air of guards and '
Edwards I prediction that the 1947 Tiger men and experienced material ap that they would not accept
The entire announced ,
t j Otterbeln school virtually unheard of here-had a 7-1 record tackle Fred Floyd all played bangup program
After Brooklyn got to Poat for machine would be 'somewhat romped to a six touchdown- for this afternoon win be run at any orders for series tickets
1" ilatt year. Murray State Teachers College of Kentucky and Ohio team"Of an squad yester- defensive ball I later than 6.
i i another run in the seventh on j stronger than last year's tory over orange Casselberry and rain checks Issued ; postmarked Sept.
I !, ., eyan won't be pushovers by any means. Stet.sn and Erskine Gene Hermanskis single, Dixie j, course. that isn't saying too day morning in near 90 degree i' "The boy Emory tackle Anglin looked, a at the.\ug 21 races will be i "After commitments to baseball -
used at
i out the list. ,, I',I Walker's sacrifice and Jorgensen's j> much, but I thought the boys weather. guard we O'Neil pointed, out. I, honored, officials announced. season box holders and group
S 1- if-Jack may not be far off In his prediction of three wins, although run-producing single, Lohrke ; showed a lot of improvement yesterday Capt. \rt Ross and Hugh Bu- good aso. t plan ticket holders are met it
He showed signs of developing Drivers entered in the four
- ;.Hh&ruess here Is that the Tars will do no worse' than break even in evened matters in the Giants halt : ford scored two touchdowns seems likely that mail orders already _
what we're looking
while Hickman and fast, which events on the card have been notified -
Jimmy :
with each
"I was particularly pleased received will exhaust the
at eight contests. : with his eighth homer off the leftfield "
the down-the-field blocking I saw, Kent Stevens tallied one each. for. of the track switch and will
: 'I with a line drive into the left supply of box and reserved seat
; will
'[ which was something we lacked in Ross returned a kickoff for a Next week, the Tiger line be present to vie for the $1,000 pot, tickets" officials said.
$: The new-fangled defenses rigged up by football coaches In recent field stands. It was the Giant's190th I 1946."We'll. score, but Hickman was : the get a major portion of the attention it was announced. i "If tickets remain
homer this any
is making its influence felt at least in one noticeable way ,i season. i smooth out from here on day's standout performer with while Sam Porter takes Time trials will begin at noon after the accepted mall orders are
1 Justice McDowall backfield coach at Rollins says the IS ., .1 Sb. r S I S and spend a lot of time working his elusive ballcarrying.But the backs over for a session broken and the first feature run will get classified, these seats will be
: tonrplicated and varied defenses have brought about a change In S'.nlt1t, 4 I I 1 4(5jjp35' 4 I S 4 I : on the line and offensive blocking while the more experienced tricky ballhandlmg the starting flag at 2 pan placed on public over-the-counter
: Roh..cslb4S112K.sr.1 : : : ; rm convinced we'll boys stayed in the lime light, several field running.
I -.ihl numbering of a team's offensive plays. R.t.rrf 4 5 1 2 vITheni.-.sd 1 next week. its schedule i sale at the Yankee ticket offices

I :\\t I It used to be that offensive systems were geared, or plays were Walker.1f Rrmnkt.W41155lMiz..lh I" S I JUllaDbaO.1f. 35111 I .i 4 5 ; have, an. improved bigger and squad faster this year.They're. but. I squad reserve captured players defensive from the honors 1946 I Sept.Orlando:26;: in High the opens stadium against Wins Sept. 22.TIUT'S.

.1!numbered, on the basis of holes in the defensive line. Now the J.un.n.3b413151Cr.'p.z.e I S I S IlCertII', 4231554IrIsS I 3 5Rrs well need all these improvements and showed the Tiger coaching Robert E. Lee of Jacksonville. Plumper

: tr4id: Is reversed. Plays now are being numbered. on the basis of ... 11512LSuk..35 31111 I i REAL GARDENINGCEDARVILLE
I offensive positions. Branca.* I" S I 1IPaat.| 1 S tTwala S 1I : Ohio [UP] Mr.

)0 ;: I -'The old defensive set-up was confined almost exclusively tot 1 SI-----I t SaIl IV 1 Total -II-1-(-V-I Indians Beat I Chicago RaceCHICAGO and Mrs. Marvin Agnor received
s-1.s cut kn vmnlni ma .run*!. Red Sox Pirate 38 first prizes and 28 second prizesin
I ,, Mgi and six-man lines. Now there's the se en, six, five four and ftrooalra' StS IIC 1KB-1Nw Edge LAP Hal Price garden. vegetable and canning
tjemetlmes three-man defensive lines. You can readily see how plays Tort .IC 504 11-tI I Headley's Plumper won the $25-
t categories at the Kreen County
I Error: Km Bum ha-tfd U: Canprr :1. Km*
jbased on defensive positions could mess up an offensive attack. IGriftI""" Lohrke T.......* hit*: Robuuuja. Entrr White Sox For 000 Added Charles W. BidwiU Fair.
l Hoan. run: Cooper :J. Lohrke. Smcrtfic: Memorial Handicap at Hawthorne .
::j On the other hand, offensive patterns: remain fairly constant. 11hlk-r. Double pla..: Miae and R,cnev: Jorgeagtinkr Athletics 43PHILADELPHIA Nose Out Cubs I race track yesterday. -
:II And now Instead of running Inside the defensive tackle posi- aad Rotouuo: "'.nn. Rt'* mad Feller's 18th .
RobILoft .b*_: BronklTB 5; Nev Tork Cover Up, Zack T. Addington'sWest
jjtion. for Instance. the play will go inside the offenshe tackle. |I.. 11.Oft balls: Frat t; Br.no :I grnkeouuBrine : ,
Coast Invader, and the 3 to
:,:1!' The re-numbering of plays trend, incidentally, gives the offense :I Wevart.* 3 IPrsltiw. P>at t.and Wild MwtrkurUi.? pitos: Pnat.Tuna X I:;Oj mime. AttawUac *: I rAP The Boston CHICAGO (API The Cleveland! PITTSBURG rAP The last 2 favorite. was last in the field of Let us check your

one more play on end-to-end ground plays than did the old sys : 43.MI DIII.Detroit. Red Sox edged out the Phila- Indians defeated the Chicago place Pittsburgh Pirates used their 12. Bob's Pick was second and Be insurance Deeds W.

:!tem. It'll be nine basic line spots now. instead of eight. I Athletics 4 to 3 yesterdayby White Sox, 6 to 4, yesterday for most potent weapon, the home Faithful was third. wont try to ten you
::\ Clear aj mud. Isn't it? delphia anything! you don't needor
t but the Plumper under Steve Brooks,
Rookie Bob Feller's 13th victory to come from behind yester-
. coming from behind twice despite run
: -
J 4 ran the mile and an eighth for want. We'U explain potable -
'atjiYankees homers by Pete Suder and fast-bailer was withdrawn in the day to beat the Chicago Cubs 7 to three year olds in 1:50 3-5 and protection YOU malt

t Lose Third Straight Stops BrownsOn Sam Chapman.A ninth after sporadic wildness. 6 in'10 innings. paid $21.20. $9.80 and $5.40. Bob's- the dee: ;on.HUUtY-

\ bunt by Ed Pellagnni toeeth- Bob Lemon who followed Ed Wallyestlakes 16th round Pick returned $16.00 and $8.80, I I

er with a tnple by Johnny Pesky Klieman in relieving Feller, struck tripper of the year-and the while Be Faithful paid $6.20.

\ As Washington Wins 9-6 Three Hits and a single by Dom DiMaggiogave out Rudy York and threw out fourth Pirate homer of the game-. B O (

Boston two runs in the third Dave Philley after the.White Sox tally in the Sugar Bowl Sold Out
,\.1 WASHINGTON [AP] The New York Yankees equalled' DETROIT [API Art Houtteman, after the A's had scored one in had scored one run and loaded the provided the winning GENERAL INSURANCE

::their season's longest losing streak when they dropped Detroit's 20-year-old right-hand- the second on a walk, and singlesby bases with only one out. last of the 10th.A Without Tick t Sale ,.
111 M OUUI6E AVf. PHONt ?I8'
I !1heir th straight to Washington yesterday 9-6 five er. hurled a three-hit shutout Hank Majeski, and Chapman Feller allowed seven hits, walked three-run homer by :Bill Nich- NEW ORLEANS (API The
using facing only 30 batsmen, to whip The Macks' homers came in succession five struck out five anc hit two olson put the Cubs ahead in the Sugar Boil is sold out for its New
pitchers; in an attempt- to halt the Senators' 12-sinsle-: the St. Louis Browns jesterday at the start of the fifth. batters before retiring after fac- first inning Pittsburgh moved Year's Day football game-without

I :littack. 2 to 0.Only, But with two out in the seventh ing two batters in the ninth. into the lead 6 to 5. on Jimmy selling a ticket. Dial 2-3743

'* <00 Early Wynn hung up his 15th' four men reached first the Sox tabbed two more on a sin- Ken Keltners 11th home run of Blood worths circuit clout with one Bowl. Pres. Sam Corenswet announced '

: I I NEW YORK (*) WASHINCTO (Al win but he was roughed up in the base off Houtteman, including one gle by Ted Williams, a threebasehit the season opened Clev elands aboard in the sixth but Nicholsontied yesterday that everyplace
I .ars.. & aUrS.a. on an error and another on a by Wally Moses and a singleby four-run seventh when Starter it up in the eighth with his in Tulane's 000-seat stadium -
t..n II 1 S X Toat.Jbess J 1 seventh when the Yankees scored cheap infield hit, and only one St. .
Bobby Doerr. Palko where the L. ;
chased. 22d homer of the year. game played,
: l-anth.t tLwt.jf 3 1 1 1 Frank Pa pish was
\ i : ; ; : : : four times and Milo Candini was Louis base-runner touched second.
RobrUMlf 41V.raaa.Ik 1 1 CLEVELAND; IAI CHICAGO Iaa Al55,555 for the Cubs and Clyde Kluttz for : has been pledged to a financial
; $ Ia.c.IO.cI & 1 I 1 Ills. rushed to the rescue.It Meanwhile Houtteman, himself, \ aIrhelt11inni.3b r k. a kl 'backer is held for allocation -
the also hit for the circuit. or being
: I\NlaLU'' :I I 1 r !'_. 45155i \ 4 I 1 I\I't'.ky.U 450351s.k. Mi rbell.IT ., 1 I ::1 0.kollovaT S CI tI II 2 Pirates FLUORESCENT FIXTURES
i "Jhna.3b4IlI41Pd.ty.2b, 55511I ft'as the fifth loss in seven collected two of Detroit's sevenhits .... 411IlJoot..a 25524 M.tkt&th.r131201IIO4MS.X: 11215kdosd.f CHICAGO I IN] PITTSBURGH (NI) to the schools selected for
**B.c $ tlIIfMancu.oc 45145 September games for the Yankees off Southpaw Sam Zoldak Pit.ooi..ef3IIiStVaiarf. 45155iiUii.msI1 ; I I I IIrtgktd 1 4 1 2: I 1B.r.h..3llZ.tTak.1b I ..r.. I .t 0.5 C S S.14orTor2b the game. Kitchen S Bathroom
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I,,.,.. 11551Wyna.p 11251 who appear to be backing into the driving in one of the runs witha 4 I 1 1 '.1at.i'oterr I. S I I S I 1 4 1I1'biiiet-cf\ 4 1 2 5 5kmtts.rb21iIljAppiino.s Ss.'kor.1bs0' I 1 81.:1.. 40014 Workshop Play Room
i; Dorm.2b 4 5 1 5 i.RI.k1b I 8 S 1 1J'Se.lb 50150t1'o.oo 11211' --- --
'W' Lp S5SS5CadLp: sills American League pennant. They tuo-bagger 55152tSao2b .Dd'.U TOSS BALL FOR TOUCHDOWNS
4 I ill 1Ik.OOLr I 1 a S IThbetto.e 1'aRn.d' 4225tIKlIer.1f: 40055 Electrically Illuminated
air.. ssiI games with 19 to play. plays, two short of the American 1 h.MerTh 1 4 3 IYaIIer.p 215111.k.sSedh\ sillS $,lw4Vsg.c S11201W-tttah'-rt 12321 directly accounted for 36 per cent
Em* 1.1. SC kl1fl3rr.p I I I S Iib0DUih.d! S I I I I u . ...___ t t !I0tSrUeU5: :I I I 3 Rlnd-.1Ia.JII 4113 2Jro.
*? 1 1555C Karl Drews, the loser was wild League record.IT. Ftmler.p 3 ISIS ;, i i i iVapiakpRr! i. j : -.. 4 1 S I 4.K.arti.c 411X1Pom of the touchdowns In the 13-game

'' : (1.", isissi5jul15 1 and was batted out in the third LOUIS... r .(.AI. .t DETROIT*0,5.5(AJ ----.1 bbderraTotala -1-ISIS- -- Lemuep \ *rtaB.p . ;.p I'1 .. '1 "CIIcwftLD 1rV haavp 51111 15,551 Orange Bowl football -series (21 CORDS SOCKS BtTBS
III Erirkaaoxp S I
? 'i ------4 1..1 when the Nats opened up a 5-0 ID1aar.h 4 5 S S llILak.... I I 1 4 4 M 4 f 17 IS) Totals 31 T XT IXa \lbTkor ..1.I S S S IIcii&saosa -----1 -- -- of 571] and have paved the way s. Mills SLAt Col8ll1aJ..
: .. z.rtlIa.1f 4 IlSMa.o.25 45555'I..hnrrf Faan4 for Adams. la Stb. jt..P: Totala 44 f llmlft 111 Totala M T 11 :M 13 for eight
: more scores.
,T" 41 S:Hi 111 TClUII u urta 5S14SgI4 I lead. It never was close with first S ISIS ,
45535IhnaW hISSHrstLII Fowl la ata.BOMOB for Grounded out fIX a-(laa out aacai stUSlol ma wu .
; ia-rttnt out for O Johnson 4tk-la ItS.e14.iI.d i baseman Mickey Vernon battingin I' 1 S .j'hotla..d I" S I 55t,5rsg. .-. III x*x tan-.iFMUdelpaia --- ---.-- ; .___311 550 .." II-C '--
\ for .. tta. four and ." 1 S S S iii".0.3b I 5 5 I S j 1118! tIItI: ana_j Total IS Il2lU Tatah 34 4sRam 27 II ptttbttnra ." 112 'SI I-T
\ : I l Arack eat r-:=IB ttk. I\ runs. Jerry Priddy Srardno.ibSSI5ltEf 31S25'JudnIch.15 1 Ron. battM ia: Chapmaa X. I Slider!! PpskyT far Troth ta nIL Errors: Jarata :I. BUS. hattni IB: Vrtmiifla I
_. Ills IM 41& Sherry Robertson each knockedin 3 5 5 5 1I'11.bl..ll1' I 5 S ts S >iUa iao. Mow' Pnrrr T o., kit: lam.Tbiw b-KIM oat rat Gckria la Ttkby 4. Umcj klntta I. Palfco. Coi :t. Blondwnnk 3.it.ftti. The Sign Of -
-- -- Lsd.s SS5ilSsitT.c; 211111 I ::.. Badr t t'-HII pttcbrr for laldwaU ia trk.Uucwo ..... .
to* ail ax-a two and Eddie You, who has -bato oil* I> k* ML russ : I'oo-k.or bit. tao. Daiktosndrn.1So
CtuT i .Sdnllu 1. I I f'1Hooone..p I S I 5 I' SIK&T. ,., __ fill 4'11--4 .
: {t ) I yet to make a hit in the series. )(..... 511151 ._ __ .Ill Ml Wl-IKrror
1 ban .
Katmtxm :S. Bprarc. Pnddy :S. BreS.tSsScsio. : lr>kv ta ttanr ta Left oa *: (-00. Utoodwona ItntUke DnuMa plan:
W. JahBMai :t. RIu"'.. dark. '!'weI I i scored three timesi Ioldak.p 5515 SIbCo&.aa BOMOB I: rhiladrlpk. .. IU... >B balls: Joha I : R : .... kit.. LiadciL 8rrlflna: Bohntaoa. Tow S.taadiaL I I : 1. SIll ita rosier I. klinm L l>tnk. soLo: Jotuuoai Im :X. Krttavr MetkonA. E4araa :5. nnakt.HmUoa. .. worth and. .t>e.hn.; i,tiff. and Wattkna lmon
.1b-wt Doubt plan: Riuwa. Stlraaad II I I ---I Fowler X. Hits: off Joturaa T la S X.1 la- T..oba.alts, : Gaaam. Mrtfcot** ka.ie turxo X. Fit_ 7. Bava oa
I. s4eiis McQuina? L.ft aa aaaaa: Sew Tork GiOBont t IB 1 KMT I IB I: 11'.... 11 ta 5 1-Saadnu : ; .Totals 3* S 2 24 ill! Trtata 5s,IT 15P.tVStd StSO'; Kisser <0 la 13. Hit I,. pitrficr' brmtlvr 11-me r.t o I "....... Kotoa bane.: Mko'icLSC- lIa'l.I ; Bonbam 3. Boravr. $,sell 1. S.nkeout
,' a- for Earlj la e..btll. 1011".. 11.O4!. (IDIM..I. Klnnuxaipirva rUVvs: r'filer. bettor. Doaaai plan: "ri." U End... U Hits, oTB
1 >(.S Waxhingioa p. Rue kalla: aft Dma I.aiuBpm 1 ia I I 3. Hit IIy pitrber tar DnwaTo -: fcrwr I :t. torn.my of PERfECTION/ in MACHINE flUNG
: ,, I Grounded out for Zoldak Ia ninth p"ctMo Jm'irnI FawarcUa Morley.a and Trr.k: ".It_.. Oordoai sad mem 'aoa Is S .
I OD'tp"pll.
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S .N ; S.*. n. JokBfom 415; Mch.thJry. lam aid atoGoaaa. Dorrou -' 't1:1 an* lx-XError ball trlter S. I'.pfc. 3. lald rll L Itt'ke oul<*: Isstnai4' h\ p'--fler. b. nckuv l<;W.nrlVI PAUL H. ESTABROOK-Skilled
Saw Technician
I : Houttnaaa. Sans ta; fwift, ('aktwcO. HlI: aft .
f-i r I, rntor t. lemim L Papwh 1. ,Inning p' "-ti"r: Me"rlL Inline pitt-bet" Ei rkmv -
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II I i Fapixa 7 IB S 1 3 nutno: I mp!?'- G'B'ltS and Ktardim.Time
ruas (<-1ft. fiarrtrtm: Cullrabuw Poubla -, 'and X battr FLORIDA SAW SER\"ICE-319 LONG ST-r-REAR
JoinsHoleinOne I CaIdsl1 3 ia X: IrOn I la : 1-J-k A"rndueeAppling : C."' ;
ala.n: Jwlalrk aaa. I..etI: ftt Hmn. Brar-i i Wehmeyer : ia tthl: Kbnaaa X la 1,3: Irmam e ta X-3. Hit
f duto and Jadmck: Jadalrk sod tmpll a : Jndawk hr pHdwr. : low trUa ITreQ .... Wall_ -I I
I fttrpana aad Jodaica: 101.,.. t.& andiuUmhinc. i; Fu..m'i baD: H..... VltnnlBX p"'rhrr: FrMrr !
Will TiePeckinpaugh's
STOCK I ... Club i
CAR RACES Lm haw -
*: LoWe I. DrrroltX. Loose tUtttet: Taplsk. 1 aipirrt: HuWwrd Hrrryaad
I 8-R't halla ZoMak X Brrtka Ot: 14dos Htafar. n1':7.. Atteadancc.: 5.WS. PHONOGRAPH RECORD SALESLADYAssociated
: X. Tatpim: Ruo Faparvlla |I I I
..d 8_... TUM: 3ft. Attendance. 14.1 L Harry Wehmeyer. Orlando golf Mark

: b ing enthusiast Friday Joined the ,I SNAKE TOO FRIENDLY : Stores has need for an outstanding record

... 1! | Paul Duke Signs I Hole-In-One Society at the Dubs- FORT LORAINE, Ohio [UP] CHICAGO rAP American Lea- selling experience
have good
gp : dread Country Club. I While cutting brush along a fence gue figure experts decided yester- saleslady-This person must

gs With Yank Gridders I Playing with Mrs. Wehmeyer on row Clemens Seger felt something day ,that Luke Appling, veteran record selling If possible. or o knowledge! of music

the 150-yard 12th hole Wehmeyer crawling on his back He I. Chicago White Sox shortstop, will -Must have pleasant personality. neat appearance. enda

I ATLANTA I API Paul Duke used a seven iron to score his ace. grabbed a blacksnake about seven tie Roger Peckinpaugh's record of resident of Orlando-Position offers real

at Georgia Tech's All-America cen- It was the third hole-in-one to feet long which he hurled across 1,985 games at shortstop when he permanent

tar, advised the Journal by tele- I be scored at Dubsdread this year, the fence while he ran in the other opposed Cleveland m a single opportunity ofid excellent pay-

1 phone yesterday that he has signed I Denny Champagne. Dubsdread direction. game here yesterday.
_. 3.1or
11Q I a contract to play for the New i pro and Herman Goodwin. Rol- -- See Mr. Wyre Immediately -

York ,Yankees of the All-America ins College player, registering aces

.. \ Professional Football Conference.He !1 prior to Wehmej er's shot. ASSOCIATED STORE *

did not disclose: the terms of

I his contract but previously had Air consists of about 78 per centi \\OV\\OA MJl'TIIII\ 142 N. Orange Are.

: rejected T another offer of $10,000. i of nitrogen by volume. \,

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,Claimed- Key of to Solunar Best Field Tables Sport !: Saints Down Senators 4-1 For Third/ in Row : .

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Response to the urgings of a Solunar Period manifests: Heiner ChecksOrlando 0 Orlando, Florida, September 7, 1947 etfp S-unfog S'gnltngl-S'lar r Page T 7 :I

This itself variously among the living creatures on this earth. Standings FSU To FieldFootballleam- .1.1I

variation while
it does
impose upon us many diffi-

culties in making accurate observations, serves also as a WithSixHit NATIONAL LEAGUE National Tennis Play OpensI

blessing in disguise as it eliminates the necessity of setting Results YesterdayNew I T ,{
down a hard-and-fast York 3. Brooklyn 2. I I I
schedule of .
of activity periods. Perhaps in view Pittsburgh. 7. Chicago 6 CIO innings ; Illness Knocks I !
fact that the Solunar Tables are calculated in minutes this Game ]. '4{ I TALLAHASSEE rAP Florid j
paragraph could do with some explanation.It Today's Games -"" :.State University-formerly Flor- i

must be remembered that many unrelated and uncontrollable Probable pitchers [won and lost I Billy i Talbert : ida State College for Women I
records in <
-.r T- cJr; -- S'arl parentheses:
factors i e :! plans to field an intercollegiate
the I f
intensity of the Solunar Periods. Temperatures Brooklyn at New York-King
team this season.
ST. AUGUSTINE Orlando's! football
often will neutralize them com [6-3I vs. Koslo f 14-9. Out of RanksFOREST i However according to an announcement -
Senators wound up with a three-
pletely. A drop in barometric Cincinnati at St. Louis [21- I on athletic policy by
game deficit in the FSL playofflast 'Blackwell 121-6)) and Raffens- : zR HILLS. N. Y. lAP it does-
SOLUNAR TABLESAccording E Pres. Doak S. Campbell.
readings will upset the '
schedule. The start of the National Tennis
night as the St Augustine berger 6-111 vs. Munger (134)and n't plan to seek competition with
Unfavorable water conditions will to the Solunar Saints beat out a 4-1 win fiver Dickson fIl13I.Philadelphia I Championships at Forest Hills its big brother the! University of
ruin the Pitcher Tommy Hyde. at Boston-Don was marred yesterday by an up- -
fishing regardless of tables calculated for this area Florida, "for some time to come.
set stomach which forced Billy
nelly 12-5)) vs. Barrett (11-10)).
The Saints got ahead in the The university Is negotiating
Periods. of the State the best times
Talbert to default the midst
third when they pushed Chicago at Pittsburgh-Miller in for a six-game schedule and one
for hunting and fishing: will inning I
But more often than not. the be as follows with Major across two runs and added two IO-1J[ vs. Ostermueller 11281.AMERICAN ). II I of a torrid first round match contest has been tentatively arranged -
Herbie Flam of
adverse qualities of the weather periods indicating the best more in the fifth, when the Sena- I against young with Stetson University
and so on affect the Solunar time and Minor periods the I tors also scored their only tally! LEAGUETeam 1 ',,.3A.I Beverly Hills a potential Davis I for Oct. 18 at Tallahassee. Con
W L Pct. GB Cup Tiger.
The two teams meet in the Gtp tracts for the game however. han
next best hours
schedule only partially so that the : fourth game of the series at Tin- New York ... 85 50 .630 19 Talbert, who is handicapped by not been signed.
A. M. P. :M.
response to Solunar Boston 72 59 .550 11 23 diabetes won a long-drawn first
Periods is I I ker Field Orlando at 3 to-
p.m. W1lllam.ro11.former ,
Day :\lin.\1: ai.lin.. :Maj. Athletic Dir.
merely delayed and the degree of Detroit ___ 72 61 .541 12 21 set from the Coast kid. 11-9 and
Today 10:55: 5:00: 11:15 5:30 University of Florida star
> then after Flam had
Cleveland 69 63 .523 14 20 collapsed
activity lessened 2
somewhat. Mon. 11-55: 6:00 6:30 and coach at Lake City High
Philadelphia 67 66 .504 17 23 taken the opening game of the
Tues. 12:10 7:00 1:05: 7:30 I day.Daytona School said he also has writtenfor
> second set.
Chicago 62 72 .478 22 i 19Washinton
On Wed. 1:20 SlatesSwimming with the University of
perfect days activity on : 8:05 2:10 8:35 ;, 5875.43626 21 Jack Kramer drew a bye In games
the part of wildlife is apt to begin Thurs. 2:25: 9:10 3:15: 9:40 I St. Louis 47 86 .353 37 21 yesterday's first round. as did Havana CUba. Alabama State,
well in advance of the sched- Fri. 3:30 10:10 4:15 10:40 Games to play.Results also John Bromwich of Australia Teachers College. Springfield College
Sat. 4-35 11:10 5:10 of Alabama. Howard Univer-
uled period and to continue unabated 11:35 the top seeded foreign star.
Sun. 5:35: 6:00 12:05 sity and Birmingham-Southern.
until well beyond its MeetDAYTONA Dinny Pails of Australia third
Major Solunar period lasting IVk i Yesterday In his statement of policy
normal closing time. By the same to i hour in duration aro ahown in Washington 9. New York 6. I seeded visitor, was bracketed to Pres. Campbell said major emphasis -
black type. Minor (or second heft
token on days when conditions in periods, snorter hours. light type I Boston 4, Philadelphia 3. play yesterday but the officials will be placed on intramural
general are not particularly favor- BEACH-City Aqua- Cleveland 6. Chicago 4. v put him over until today for competition and that "other prob-
tics Director James D. fDocl the benefit of tbe Sunday vis-
able response to Solunar Periods is apt to be delayed somewhat in Detroit 2, St. Louis 0. lems connected with the transition
Young has announced that a local itors.
evidencing itself and usually it lasts for a much shorter time. Thus, swimming tournament will be held The only one of the top stars to a co-educational institution
the times that are shown in the weeKly Solunar Tables can best be at Welch Pools Sept. 13. with entry Today's Games who was forced to work up a will be more Important and
regarded as averages. Most of the time these same averages will restricted to city residents. Probable pitchers rwon and lost sweat was Jaroslav Drobny. the pressing" at least for several
come surprisingly close to the true schedule but now and then thereis Young said that plans for the records in parentheses! : left-handed Czech Davis Cupper. letics.years than intercollegiate ath-
a decided variance tournament were outlined last New York at Washington-Reynolds Jaroslav was fed an unknown
night at a meeting of swimming [167JS.. Scarborough 14- named Clayton Benham from However. he said a limited program -
And here's another thing all living creatures react to the prompt-
101. in football basketball
enthusiasts. He said that entries Honolulu. and he got the scare of
ings of Solunar influence according to their particular order of deelopment. swimming tennis, golf. track and
i in the meet should be submittedto Cleveland at Chicago-Harder his life Benham a sturdy slugger.
\' The invertebrates-insects and Crustacia-seem to be Welch baseball is planned for the 1947-
Dick Niven at the pool [6-41 vs. Ruffing [3-31. was within a point of winning the
first on the list. These respond early. The same is true of plants and office. Boston at Philadelphia [21- SALAunbeaten first set before Drobny settled 48 year.

flowers. Then come the larger insects and smaller fish followed First second and third place Galehouse (9-81 and Harris [(5-3) : in 29 fights; has 23 knockoutsSalaHagen i down and won out by 9-7, 6-4
closely by the larger predatory fish and the birds. In this same class awards will be given for several vs McCahan [9-41) and Coleman *U -b i t 75.The Jean Clarke of Birmingham, Ala.

are the lesser animals such as mice and chipmunks. events in novice, sub-novice junior [591. i other big guns such as Louise: Brough overwhelmed Mrs.
boys: and girls nine to 13 years St. Louis at Detroit-Kramer Headliner Promises Frankie Parker Tom Brown David Gray of West Point 6-1.
old. junior boss and girls 13 to 17 [8-15 vs. Newhouser 114-151. Gardnar Mulloy. Pancho Segura 6-0 and Doris Hart subdued Adri-
Next come the larger' animals and finally, human beings. !
Reptiles and senior division Young an- and the others whisked past their enne R. Goldberg of Baltimore.
being somewhat lethargIc. are apt to show slow response to Solunar nounced. ,IT.... INTERNATIONAL W L PrtTat., LEAGUE W L Pet. To Rate With Any Staged HereLee initial opponents with a minimum 62.0..
Periods about two hours earlier than do human beings.It : s: ........ s ,* .<. Bnrbe rr M *1 .111M of exertion. The only thing approaching an

is an interesting experience. in case you have never tried it, to Baseball's Big SixBy f .r.Ion...Cey. to lie n ..*S3'..';Ve R.III.. .ark.. li n lIT aA ..413 4 1BuRsto Sala, the 160-pound Tampa middleweight rated The women's division also was upset saw Nina Irwin of New York

sit beside a quiet pool or a stream or on the shore of a lake and ASSOCIATED PRESS 1 I. TT VB Tm ..... 13 N ..111I among the South's best will wind up after his 10-round :, fre of upsets. Margaret Osborne City eliminate young Joy Gannon.

watch a Solunar. Period "come in." For this it is best to choose a 1",THIIEE._ s.d LEAOEIIS Clu Ill G EACH A. LEAGUE II H )P.t.fiat. 1 I I ] 1. T=Ib:.VnMBirffato i iI main event match with Joey Hagen tomorrow night as a opened the festivities with a quick a member of the British Wight-

windless day. Then any slight movement of the fish will stand out .?. I5W.e.I3, 47S 13 la ..3SAWII I Jatwy Rncbntn City 4. 1A Montreal Bill 2.,. J. '' popular ringman with local ring fans. American Legion and graceful 6-1 6-0 win over man Cup squad, 6-3 75. 6-3.

plainly on the mirror surface of the water. \Ilttholl.ia"r, IndlaM Bed ___ U": 44i 35A l'r 51 lie 1:1 .334_.33.Wrt.ht Tract.. I. ,....rtr II. I Matchmaker Doug Barnes predicted yesterday. ------

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toward profound inactivity during the hour or so immediately t:, ","".. rubs 111 'ti .'_ 133 ..134S. 1 CONNERSVILLE. Ind. I UP) fights he won 23 of them by I I Orlando's biggest bargain-No extra charges unless you

preceding the arrival of a Solunar Period. Along about the close of Lt...... 8.tto4' A.I.Natpal ....... b..... I Sheriff Oscar Haag received a knockouts and he is one of Tam- Murphy Draws NeariI %Lowest;-der extra PnCf'S.work" Other Paint and Body Work at

the extended "rest period" the outdoors Is usually at its quietest Take tit.., GlOB'.. 1:1 ",,\\111_.. tied '.p 1.bread-and-butter letter from a pa's best drawing cards.; Barnes I I >TTHI>O FOR ANY CAR ANYTIME."
K. P"at. 181 Bnmth Yankee. 47Ernst.
your position beside a river or a lake so that the sun is behind you its Bra_ 1010""', Tank... 54N. former "guestho wrote: "I've said.The To FIL Bat CrownMIAMI I II STIVERS-PONTIAC
coming ... Rua been in a lot jails but yours was Tampan won the Army I
rays over shoulder. Then
your you can see down through'the M.tl.... Lu/s.. A..in. L...... : the cleanest Jail I've ever been in. middleweight title of Japan shortly I [UP] Lamar Murphy I n W. CoIaoiaL W. can for and deliver. Fhoa J-131
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clear water almost as though the water were not there. Mix. 11.... 41 ml1l_. R..t. ,. !IIKt. "
..... Pintn 41 Gordon. Imlliru :4 : I didn't even see a cockroach. after U. S. forces occupied the :the Tampa Smokers yesterday was
First watch the shallows. Apparently this area is empty of all I..boll. l.iami 34 Hn:ta. Br.,on IS I I, island.In. virtually a sure thing for first r
visible! life. Then seemingly from no place come schools of minnowsto DAISY CLIMBS: HIGH meeting Hagen Sala facesa place in the final Florida Inter- '
move about in the clear water near shore. The larvae of aquatic NATURE COMES THROUGH BROCKTON. Mass. [UP I An ring-wise performer with close .1 national League batting standings. CHRYSLER
Insects-the nymphs-put in their appearance emerging from their NEW York UPI Water Com- elm tree owned by Mr. and Mrs. to 200 fights to his credit A Murphy boosted his average to PLYMOUTHt
hiding places and crawling about in plain view. Then gradually the missioner John M. Cannella appealed Charles E. Hill has a yellow daisy Lake Wales product. Hagen has {i .354 and a 16-point lead over Stan

glassy surface of the deeper water is broken by the dimples and ringSof I warning to the public of a possible to conservewater short- from growing the out ground.CAMPAIGNING of a. branch 15 feet fought here back some time ago Andrews of St. Petersburg. He is ._ FACTORY EXPERTS

feeding fish. age. One hour later a thunder- I but more recently he has beentaking1 20 points ahead of Benny Fernandez 0 Our men are trained right at the factory to

storm broke cascaded more than : MADE EASY on main-event scrappersin of Tampa. put that get up and fo back: Into your

Contrasted to the comparative quiet of an hour before the air is three inches of rain in parts of the PERU. Ind. (UP Everett C. ami.Jacksonville, Tampa and Mi t { Plymouth .r Chrysler. When you drive.
city flooded subways poured into Walpe Republican nominee for POPCORN BITES BACK your car out of our shop it toes out In tiptop
now filled With birdsong and the '
are alive with birds flutteringand : 1
basements snarled traffic and mayor filed a political campaign The 10-round Sala-Hagen bout QUINCY. Mass. [TJPJ Fifteen- : shape and very reasonable too.
flying about
from place to place. A colony of swallows ,
or tops off 32 rounds of fighting at
The Constance
filled the city's reservoirs up- expense account of 96 cents. Roberts virtu-
martins skims about over the surface of the water and high aloft the Legion Arena at 8:30 tomor-
State. only item listed was for 32 three- p.m. ally was handcuffed to a popcorn A. P. CLARK MOTORS Inc.
predatory birds soar and volplane while their binocular vision scans cent postage stamps. row in a fistic offering that stacks machine for 15 minutes when her ,
the earth below. Beaver and muskrats come from their houses and FISH YIELDS WATCH up as a crowd-pleasing attraction hand became caught in the deliv-
take up the business of the day. In short all nature comes to life. \ JANESVILLE, Wis. UPI Fred LEMON GROWS IV N. II. tion.Number ery hole while she was buying 889 N. ORANGE PHONE 2-0746
his wrist watch into N. H. IUP1 A two in point of intereston popcorn.
For a while you are content to sit and enjoy the scene. At last i Raby dropped BRADFORD. .
however-believe it or not-jou will find yourself becoming restless.It Lake Lynx while on a fishing tnp. lemon tree at the home of Hubert the card is the six-round rematch .
is difficult Several weeks later a neighbor Davis which is only two feet tall of beak-busting Billy Ki-
a and of necessity a self-imposed task to sit quietly for hauled in a 20-pound muskellunge.He has yielded a lemon weighing 1*2 nard Sanford middleweight and
two hours or more while a Solunar Period runs its entire course. While found Raby's watch in its pounds and measuring 14 inches Pete Norreiga 155-pound Tampan.

you may not think so, you are just as susceptible to the effects of a stomach. in circumference. Norreiga knocked out by Kinard Down The CurtainON
Solunar Period as is any fish animal or bird under the scope of your I. --- here a month ago. challenged Ringing
observation. Kinard to the return match.

Then gradually but unmistakably, the degree of activity lessens.A Winter Softball League Opens Park Phil lightweight Orr, 133-pound faces Blondy Winter *
glance at the shallows shows that the
you smaller creatures
once Baggett. 131, Tampa in the second -
more have taken cover. Activity in the deeper water lowers its pace. With Two Games Sept. 16 of three six-rounders while Summer
The birds grow less and less noisy. All nature seems to go back to Play Jimmy Laedeke. bun-saw local .

sleep. As for you-the restless feeling has gone and once more you The Winter Softball League sponsored by the City; flyweight tackles Paul Busta- .
are content to sit quietly on the bank and take your ease. I' mante fast Cuban Importation.
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i ";; Stroud'sRexall I Newman Insurance: Playing: .e \c1
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Bacon Charles Underhill Harry institutions have been represented ..etYetta't .
i Stroudersus Newman in the curI I Levene. David Kaisrlik Oscar in 13 New Year's games here. ; 9J
tain-raiser and Hill battling Moses i| In the 1J
I 6et86J56 ylJtl6 cx in the nightcap. I Cashwell, J. T. Cooper and Col- Bowl has same featured period 18 the different Sugar
Pres. Tom Denmark !
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lins.Hill schools the Cotton Bowl 17 and
r;! has selected Aubine Batts and I Hardware: Playing Mgr. the Rose Bowl 14. to such I low prices (some below cost] that

lit:: i Call Winslow for umpiring duties I John Long, Bill Maganan Ken :::: you cannot afford to let them go by.
i throughout the season and
Bart Morettl. Sentinel-Star Hansen "Rusty" Hitchcock John MILWAUKEE ITJPJ Joseph.Ro-
Sports Staff to sun as official I Ensign. Elwyn Brown. Jim Davis,
Start "collecting" right away! Extra dich said he had taken a lot in

i1i good looks In the smart styling of carefully selected M n i i The club scorer.rosters: I Jones.Ray Morns Harry, Keith.Jim Ken Barker Straightand Bob his 24 years wife of made married him life sleep but in when the 4' Sport Shirts .. Racine loafers

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m and extra wear from that Smith. Rex and Walter Williams. Dan Criseno Jim Keck. B. F. McKinney i ti J.9S 1 6.95

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--- -- 1. UrUadk. 1:2 411 55 14 3 il 73 .MlJolT to veteran Head Coach Jack : ; ;:: drooling down football Georgia, Mississippi Alabama. To-Even Count
m. Auvmtat 11* Ul S* 121 I 22 ,-. M4rixn. McDowall today and draw equipment M. ,, Southeastern
I' < P>.-.. *7 11> IS M 1* J(3H coaches as an unprecedented Tennessee and Florida will make
.!i*ua. !It.. ..... a 73 11 :i U 1 t .351" 'i: : of miseries
At TheWALKOVER 'M. Pen*. IteLwd :u. 4 5 S < ..* Seventeen lettermen off the plague pre-scason their debuts In L-O
.-...... -i35kW fist )tit SaL : blizhted their hopes. i PlayoffTrailing
i 1946 squad that SHOP I fIRST TE7: split in six tames will be among tackle Ed Champagne the main- festivities. Brig. Gen. L. A. Walton i Trailing two to one, in the
the reporting players. Three ,5 Moore Louisiana commanding general. 11th F finals of the Lake-Orange
< 4d tr > .. stay of Bernie < League
PibbwCIsb. 6 I.. t Bk. .. W L Pet.fe. other nonIettertnners are in State line. couldnt.be found. Investigation Air Force, will throw out. the :Shaughnessy playoffs. the Uma.I .
: .... -.m. 32 IrLtJ: IIS 17 1 JMIf the group while the remaining 5r -
disclosed that Champagne balL
pee.. bet.id U fl.' i 1 ..33 22 either fresh- thin nine will be the host club
squadmen are
'1.c8b. .a.55ur. _..11 rl.% .1 lit f :3.55. was working out with the A military police squad I
y '.M..,'-. ftiafwd 43 lit n lit U 7 ,731uou men or transfers. Los Angeles Dons of the All- special 1 today in the fourth game of the
,a. 81 A... a lil.1 lit: .5 13 S .7 2: McDowall Y LU be aided in pre- will serve as ushers and police to
TOM. 11 4EMf __ ::.- IT: 51. 13 3 .Ji.Keubcr. : paring the squad for the America Conference which finishes the crowds expected during the :series slated to get underway at _
55. AJ4- 25 :25 1 55 54 11 f ,T4K.dto openeron him fon SEC purposes
b Mod 17 tt.1 It III 7 .7WF their eight-game schedule with five-day tournament. 3:30: P.EI. Leon'Shepphard's Apop-
51 .lilt GalMtTL W 3B Of 1.. St It .tHijiwa. Erskine College at Due West. S. In Athens Ga.. Wally Butts ka squad, winner in last Wednes.
35A.. _, 3* 1M.1 W 14 14 .M. Several out of State squads have
I Waite and Asst. Coach Joe Jus- en" Gatewood, counted on to I
: NPA..aDfDTAL practicing at OAAB where all the opposition.
play regular right halfback for
I[' D. t. IM7 Leader .._... LutM 5.535* tice.The Tars will plunge Into a two- the University of Georgia. had teams.will be quartered.Gen. Again it 11 be Bob Maxwell who
ajn T.mo M Bu, $IX. Ptm.Tturp a-day practice schedule immediately effected a temporary separation Walton will award trophies draws the Umatilla mound assignment
*. M. S J, heLmS SM Ml shoulder blades the first to the champions runner-up and
until his
and cLng to that pace of
Lies JUST. St.lit. I to oppose either Ted Brook-
: .J.-: to the outstanding individual per-
; Aiavtiu 5 IT us about three days before their day of practice.In .
H"n.r... UI ....... McDowall indicated former of the tourney immediately lyn or Jim Mahaifev for the Fern
!' ..5Ies.! | DUTUIM 1>4 IKi opening g1JACK : Lexington. Ky.. Paul "Bear" following Friday's finale. City outfit
S1O.93t < .t..... IMUMI K,ruin. Friday before departing for Bryant announced dolefully that
InpJ..' I PMKA 3* 4B the mountain grid camp. The Southeastern champs will
Brooks, the lad who broke'
Ar Leather lL_dUodk, ?54ip 11 UiTkMii. ...... a.... 13 33gS : : Missing\ from among the letter-, M'DOWALL Tommy Bobby Harmon's scoring record then represent this sector in the

',. or 1.. 5.5144 2.52 I 1..4 S iiTetps men originally expected to be in pries>> lid off on another season. at prep school In Gary. Ind, had Air Defense Command's National RADIO SERVICEHOME
( 'TJ posrtlOft 1I.cw.k t5 14.44atr1f1 the fold this year are the squadstwo __ i I. Tourney to be staged later in the
)15J' Rftt: I....... 4 been dropped from Kentucky MOTOROLA ACTO
35.... DoiI.eI 1' pl44& U 3344u outstanding tackles. Trammel for breaking training. year
Whittle of Haines City and Fred picture however, is the returnof Expert record c a iger service work
B-: 1ftoIr. Rs'ar.a..5.5e
Imag Fm is _. 35. A. 454, St4r 'Mandt of Charlottesville. W. Va. Sam Hardman. brilliant pre- Seen In Atlanta Bobby Dodd of Geor-'I Team managers will meet tomorrow guaranteed pc'.JP; and Delivery

it. _.-Wa5444. : 111"W-t; 11.7. 133 14.T1.5 :; Mandt weighed In at 235 while war running and pasting star. Field of 125 gia Tech and his fits staff of trainers to get i i I when at C. the L. Varner Air Base, city at recreation 1 pjn Economy Auto Supply Store
having trying
Hardman will bell-wether were
Pma..1: iaIIIo& S 13Btt Trammel was a 220-pounder:! and I the 133 S, Orange Ave. Phont C44J
t:, *. If..... 5.51T1.ts.H4&.P :I they both were figured as certain : backfield contingent if he is Dinky B en's trick knee to stay head, will conduct a Softball rules
i UI I : ufI I IT able to his touch. in place. As fullback Bowen's knee I clinic and managers will draw
tackle Both regain pre-war
_. Oeta. [to man starting posts. I
f I dropped out of school to operate. General accent of the squad will For State Open goes, so will Tech go on the gridiron straws to determine their opponents The Finest To B* Had
,:.' xETOQC I OFFICIAL: PAID ATt'DDA'trEOftt businesses they had started after be on youth.. however with 34 of this Fall. I and the time they'll play.

\ QCtLTfT gives yoo ;_ __,IM7_ _.fl.oIIH__ 355 U.$544_ 59.fllil$447Sa1JN5 the war. 'the 42 players in the freshman The saddest spectacle of all was ,' No admission will be charged AUTO PAINTING
the MMMt for J"auLoe doHar...Timely !It. .5551155 ___ 144 ....Il 34.735 Don Hansen fleet veteran half- ,i i and sophomore categories. Seven- ] Rains that caused postponementof on display at Auburn. Ala.. where, throughout the entire week. "for that NEW CAR LOOK"

; styling at all the crossroads of fduwk s IJIIII.-M_ __.__ M Mb K M.M2_ "iJ..131 41Mk back from Tampa will also be teen freshman and a like number the first attempt to play the Travis Tidwell, the nation's lead- : SAM JONES

.. ttectMa.f ali Fuiuoa> DQI Beasi _- U.....:! SI.Ml .missing this year because of ,'I of sophomores are listed on the I tournament last month may turn ing yardage clocker last Fall. was ,I Moses Vie PAINT, AND BODY SHOPS
t f
(54. __ 4.. 5%._ 49....MMi scholastic difficulties, although he SQuad roster while five seniors next months edition of the sixth hobbling with a brace around a JayCees, .W. Cor. Garland and JefferumPhn
;::1 molded separately on tpecul lasts Ut itI ra4as ___- _- 4..131: 43.957i..mb.tg will be in schooLOne I j and three juniors are on the chart. i annual Florida State Open Golf leg. Tidweil who broke his gam (621
-U II :ill 4i.ilt3j
tmoothlj at web,instep and iniir.LOAFERS 1 bright spot in the Tar I Following is the squad roster: Tournament into a free-for-all ,in Spring baseball, may not get For Softball Title .
Tilal :,711 413. I into full action before mid-sea-
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I scramble for the anticipated 125
The JayCees, Exposition Park
I ,r contestants.For Class B Softball League champ-
O Bomb when the State's leading F i At Tuscaloosa Ala.. the Alabama WOMEN'SWRESTLING
1 1f ions, and Moses Pharmacy Grand
I I TAR 47 FOOTBALL SQUAD I professional and amateur stars Crimson Tide tackle problem Ave. Class B crown winners opena TICKETS
f gather at Dubsdread Country Club which was so acute last sea-
t .1 three-game series at 8 p.m.
; Wins by NoseNEW Oct. 3. 4 and 5, big George Boles- son got no better fast with the Tuesday for the City Class B Softball ON SALE
Class Wrl. ,Age Position Hometown revelation that Dick Flowers one
I Same ta's blazing 66 card will be thrownout Championship, City Recrea-
t i -. UsBuiltin iDIoIava'-dl YORK TAP William Peacock, Calvin Jr.- Jr. ISO 22 Back Pahokre and the field will start from of the few hefty guys available for tion Dir C. L. Varner announced WILLIAMS SMOKE SHOP
S Arch Hells' Cosmic Bomb won the dis- Bedortha. Jim !'oph. 115 19 Guard Holliday Cove. U.Va. scratch. the job has a cronic stiff knee. yesterday.
co\ery Handicap at Aqueduct yes- Brumley. Herman Fr. 170 21 End-Tackle Sanford That means the st. Petersburg At Gainesville.!. Florida heard
I Strong count' T terday before:! a crowd of 34075. Baxter H. B.- Soph. 193urphy. 2$ Tackle Pahokee shot-maker will be back on even the news that' center Harry

:Double Jay was second and Phalanx :\[ Gerald Fr. 190I 20 Tackle St.Petersburg terms with Pete Cooper, Ponte Robbs was quitting school.
: Leather soles third. I Sakkls Gus- Sr. 180 21 Tackle Tampa Vedra's defending champion and Georgia Tech, one of the team's

S Custom quality i In a fierce stretch drive. the Cohen. Andy Fr. 190 22: Tackle: .. Charleston. S. C. other favorites including Sonny that got in some rough work saw
recent winner of the Drexel Han- Goodyear. Milton Fr. 190 24 Guard Jackson lis. Hay. Tallahassee, and Burl Bolesta heaps of promise in Jimmy South- ROLLINS L "TARS"
dicap in ilcago came through on flowers Ken "Fr. 185I 23 Back ClearwaterCenter Tampa, in addition to several ard as a potential successory to
$9.95ORLANDO the inside to whip Double Jay. I Kendricks. 'V. A..... Fr. noI 21 Guard. .w.. Hill Fla. amateur performers.It I Frank Broyles the brains of last

I from the stable of J. M. Boines I lIenrikson, '.ie .. m.., Soph. 190 22 Guard .. Charleston. S.C. also means that some of the year's eleven.
and L. J. Tigani of Wilmington. Bocheite 1. D. ....,..... Fr. 160 IX Back ...... Gainesville college students all amateur play- Alabama showed up with brilliant -
1 Del., by a nose. The favored Phalanx Brinegar Don ,..... Fr. 170 19 Tackle mn.. Miami ers including the tournament'sfirst performance by Billy Caden-
\ coming from far back as KeDy. Jim .... Fr. 185 IS End nu Punta Gorda woman contestant-Jo-Ann head, possibly the long-sought

.,usual was half a length back of Odom. Paul .m".. '' Fr. 180 20 Guard ...., Orlando Whittaker of Bartow-will be broken-field runner who can act

the two leaders. Golding E. U. ............ Soph. 185 23 Guard; .. wn...... Decatur Ga. missing.. as a foil for Harry Gilmer's pass-
I Cosmic Bomb ran the mile and "'uver.1.. F. ........ Soph. 190 23 Back '..''''_'''n.. Decatur;Ga. But Tournament Director Denny in?.
an eighth over a track rated only I Hardman.. Sam- ........ Sr. 155 25 Back ..,......Jacksonville Champagne had additional. entriesto Dub Farrett, 228-pound:! tackle,
)0' ''good" in 1:51 1-5 and returned Sirmons Ed. .. ........ Fr. 160 19 Back -,.....,..... Tavares fill that score. was moving over everybody in his Oct. University of Richmond
.- $6.30. $4.00 and $3.10 across the I Lowe Chas. 1. ..monm Fr. 185 20 Back "___h"'". st. Cloud. Fla. "Rollins College will be opening way in Mississippi State drills and
.tI board. Double Jay champion I Palmer W. U.- ..on.m. Soph. 170 21 Back .. Plant Cit,- about then so we should get Shorty McWilliams and Larry Southern Conference]

two-ear-old of last season but a"bust I Schafer Bill m'.h_ Soph. 205 20 Tackle. .... Coronado BeachAsheviile.N 10 or 12 new entries there. I'v* The Eagle" Matulich shone at

so far this year was $29.70 Justice Ne11. ....._....... Soph. 150 20 Back C. already received Pete Dye's entry left Tulane halfback.Coach Frnka decided Saturday Nov. 1-Stetson University
and $9.00 for place and show. I Darty R. IV.. ..,_,_... Soph. 155I 22 Back '.. BradentonAsheville.VC. ," Champagne said yesterday.The that Jim Henry Keeton of Enid.- ,
Phalanx was $2.70 for third. I Chizik. Gene ........' Sr. 153 23 Guard ..w' tournament a 72-hole medal -
Okla., would direct the Green
I I Clark. Dave- .mm" Jr. 225 22 Tackle .., .. Sew Port Richey event opens Oct. with 18 holesof
Wave offense this season for bet- Nov. l 15 Murray State
.STADIUM NINE STORIES HIGH Franklin Geo. ...m.... Soph. 190 22 Center ... ... Miami play scheduled Friday and Sat- ter or worse. Keeton was the Saturday, *:

BOOT SHOP i I MIAMI-Top row of the new Alt Frank' .. m'.' .. Soph. 185 22 Tackle mm.. Orlando urday and 36 holes slated for Sun- team's best passer during Frnka's
21 .... ..... day's finals when the field will be
upper deck of the Orange Bowl Moody HenrySoph.. 170 End Plant City 'experimental" season last year
Walk-Over Shop stadium will be nine stories high. 1ooney. G. W.. .. m' Soph. 165 21 Guard .m........... Winter Park cut in half and the coach hopes he can match Saturday, Nov. 22-Otterbein College

Enlargement of the Orange Bowlto 1looney. Ottis' ....... .. Jr. 185 22 End ........:..___... inter Park "As far as I know, all profes- Gilmer in the Wave's opener i .
61 N. Orange Ave. 60000 seats for the 1948 New Swacker. Art m,."" Soph. 175 20 End n..n. n AtlantaMiami sional entries and a good part of against Alabama. .
Year's football classic is running Smith Lee Fr. 163 19 Back ..m............ the amateur field that was here Johnny Vaught at Mississippi, Friday, Nov. 28-Ohio Wesleyan

ahead of schedule. Gordon. William Fr. 175 19 Back ......... Milton, Mass. last month will be back. We madea who drilled his squad all Springon (Home Coming
; I Knecht. Chas. Fr. 185 20 Tackle ........ Palm Bay Fla few refunds to the college students defense began showing the
Chisholm. BurkeSr.. 163Chisholm. 23 Center ......n.. St.Cloud but the rest said they'd be Rebels offensive tricks with Char-
RalphSr.. 165 24 End ._ .. .. St. Cloud back. We expect over 125 to enter ley Cornerly directing the attack. '
Smith J. S. .. Fr. 168 19 Back PahokeeClearwater ," he added. This week, if they are blessed All Games T:
Ebsen School of DancingBALLET hancock lIamSoph.. 180 20 Center-Guard I with cooler weather SEC coaches
Griffith. O. 31. Soph. 175Rodenbaugh 22 Back Bradenton A's Prize Rookie plan to plung into furious two-a-

H. R.- Soph. 165Grulke. 20 Guard .. .. OrlandoMiami day drills' because the season

eTA po ACROBATIC BALLROOM Max Fr. 170 18 End. w ,....' Beach Draws SuspensionPHILADELPHIA I, opens in full bloom Sept. 27 and ORLANDO STADIUM
---denot6 lettermen I for some members of the loop aI

(TAP Ferris week earlier. i
Fall Term Starts 15
September I :Fain. rookie first baseman for the ':; .
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14th ORANGE BOWL CLASSIC *Philadelphia Athletics. was suspended Ebert's Trailer Rentals 8:30: P.M. ,

Registration September 8 thru 12 l\IIA.\II-The Jan. 1. 1948. gamein Tag Matches I I indefinitely yesterday by
American League Pres. Will HarI -
Office Hours 10-12 and 2-5 the enlarged stadium will be I ridge for striking a Boston Red

Florida's 14th annual Orange Head AmVet I Sox player. I HOUR-DAY-WEEK:
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Bowl classic but the 16th con- i I Fain started swinging at Ed I Corner Garland sIt Colonial Dr. / ,
Pellagnni Boston third baseman
secutive New Year's college foot- Mat Program I in the 7th inning of Friday night's TELEPHONE 9248 Between 40 yard lines $2.40
ball game in Miami. The contestwas A's-Red Sox contest
played in 1933 and 1934 under Women and men's tag wrest-
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the banner of the Palm Fes- ling is the main dish of AmVet Fain was on first when A's
tival. Post 13s Tuesday mat extrava- catcher Buddy Rosar doubled. The r IAIIIO)) (())

A Penny Buys ganza at Legion Arena starting at rookie raced around the bases and Season Reserved Seats

8:30: p.m. found PeUagrim blocking third.
._ __ SAFETY FIRST I The women's contest will see the Fain ran around Pellagrini and Five for the Price of Four
Juanita Coffman-Nel Stewart touched the plate with the tying 1 Call "Scoffy" at
team combating Vivian Vionne run 8942
P I and Helen HilL The men's. Rol- Without pausing Fain wheeled BRITT'S
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E E I In a preliminary bout, Canadian Fain was ejected from the Write or Call

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ARMY Villanova ((35-0)_ Colorado Illinois (NY) V.Pl._- Columbia ((4314)vinanova(24jj12) i Washingn&jeeGeorgetown -Notre Dame ((0-0) Penn (347)Tennessee ... Navy (Phila. 21-I8L
I"f BOSTOS-COCLEGE-' I _c1enison(26th( N) Kansas St (10th. N) I LSU (17th, N) ) (2013)Fordham )_ Wake mtT8f2)( ) ((13-33)) -St. -MU-. HolyCrou(6-13)_ ( _
BOSTON U.= N. Y.: Associated- Harvard --NY ((IQtfl-N))-- I Purdue I William & Mary (N) I' Merchant Marine -- Colgate'Muhlenberg -
BROWN -Connecticut 'Princeton ((12-331-_ Rhode Is. St. ((29-0)- ..DartmouU1(2013)Wayette i --Colgate(14--2 ) I Holy Cross -((19-21)J'Gettysburg ---Yale_((0-49) .Harvard_(0-28)- Rutgers\ (27thM))_
-n1CK."iELL-- =-:-Alfred- -Penn State(64SMereh'tiarine( ) Delaware!-_( ::2ii-= -- (29:0).Princet i,-Temple(61)Brown(2( ) i. (19-0)-) -" NYU_ "Buffalo (21-0)) (0-6))
--'- --
COLGATE I ((47-7)) Cornell (9-13) -. n-- -14)- Penn State- J2-6)T( _'Ji iY"Cross(6-21))__ --'Syracuse--- (25-7)) Boston U.
-COLUMBIA: Rutgers_(13.7)Lehigh ) -_. -Nayy(23:14)) -- -Yale_((2820)lCqlgateL(139)- -.pe-nn(6-41r--) -- 4rmy(1448)'Harvard .Cornell12)( ) --Dartmouth- _((33-13)-) H lyCross'-_ _Syracuse (59-21) _
-- --- -- *
-CORSELL- -- .Y le(66).Syracuse ) -- ( Navy -Princeton ((14-7) I Columbia (tf2-0)-- Syracuse ( -14) Dartlnouth(217)Cornell Penn (27th. 2Q-28L
-DARTMOUTH: -Holy Cross (3-0) ((20-14): ) -Penn (6=39)- Brown(13-20)-_( ) = ((7-21)--- --Ya1e (2-33): --'Col--- -mbia-(13-33)- --- ) (7-21) Princeton (2013).Hol1 ) -
-_ FORD HAM- Gec:>!let'(3rdN( 78)Fordham ) Penn State (0-68)= -- -.Rutgers -Merchant Marine ((6-7)) i Boston _U. i Lafayette'Villanova(14. =* -_Cross ---Niif_(28-33)

-GEORGETOWNHARVARD; 'Wake_Forest (N, 6-19)) .._((3rd,_ :11 St Louis(10th.( N, 13-7) -- 'Tulsa -iiYU(24thN,1912)Dartmouth( : ) -.Boston Col (13-20)) ( N, 2-19)) I G.:._Washing'n! ((27. 188)'BostonCo1l3.OL
-_ -- -_WesternMarylandDartmouth __ Boston U. _. Virginia Holy Cross ( ::6L) (21-7)- Rutgers (0-13)-- _Princeton_(1 -12L) -Brown- ( --) --.Yale ((1427)i i --
-- HOLY-CROSS' -- ((0-3)) Temple(12-7)_( Villanova ((13-14) Harvard ((6-13)) -'Syracuse(12-21)-- -) --.Brown (2r.19)'SyracuSe:-) -Colgate (21-6) I ---'Columbia'Fordharn- Fordham I (

-LA FllETTEIARYLA Muhlenberg (2032)tha(21) --Penn (0-66)-- Gettysburg J14-27)( ))_ -_JSucknell((OJ9)-_ W.: & J.:(((76)VPI )- - Rutgers ((2-41)--) Lehigh. (130)Vanderbilt )_ I
-:\ "D ( ) Delaware--i3rcL N))- Richmond ((10. N. 7- ) -. .Duke- -. (((6-0) West Virginia -DuquesneBrooklyn- -North- Carolina (0-33)- --- I No. Carolina St. (7-%!)
MERCH\NT MAR. (X) -_ !elO:33)U ) -- .-. CoIgateJ747)Columbia 'St Bonaventure ((027)Duke ) -- Adelphi- Fordham (7-6)) -- -_ 'LehighJSth( -) ((11th, 417)Georgia ) 'BostonU. Hofstra ( )) G. Wash'n (%7. 1-31i
-NA\'y- -'CaliforniaTemple ((14-23)- -- (6-21)) ---- .CorneU-_ J'enn<((19-32)) Notre_pJCeve.( 0-28) Tech ((20'isf -Penn-St te'c112)Rutgers ( )- 'myPhila.,18-21)(

_N.Y.U._- _- 1 (26th,-N>: -Brook (((19-8): )) Si ntLTIOth( N f_ West-Virginia -Georgt'n ((24.. N, 12-19)-) Bucknell -- ((0-26) Fordham (33-2 )
-PENNSYLVANIA1'ENN Lafayette (66-0)- Dartmouth (39-6) --Columbia-(416)Syracuse : Navy<3i-19)- -- -Pnnceton" (14-17)- Viritha< i _(40-0)_ Army (7-34)- Cornell (27th, 2.20l
STATE-(X) --- --- --Bucknell" (48-6) -- -.FordhamjeS-O) -- ((90): ) -West Virginia- ColgateJ62)'Minnesota Temnple(26-0).! .. ( ) -Navy (Balti,_12-7)-) Pitt ((714)

"PITTSBURGHPRINCETON --- Illinois ((7-33) Notre Dame-((0-33) 'MichiganRutgergJ147)_ -'Indiana (620)Colgae Ohio-State_ ((13-20)-)) -- Purdue ((8-10) '" Penn SWM)__ WestyirginiaBrown ((33L
-Brown (33-12)' ) --* ( ) -- -Cornellj(714)Lehigh ( )- ---Penn -(17-14)-- -Harvard ((12-13))- Y le'J2"-3( : )_= I, Dartmouth. _((13:20).Columbia --
RUTGERS- Columbia (7-13) Western ReserveDartmouth -- -Princeton ((7-14))' ---Fordham- (55-6)) --Harvard(130)- -Lafayette' (41-2) NYU ((26-0) I ((27th AM>

-SYRACCSE- _NiagaraJ26th( N) ( 4:20T-) -Temple (N,28JT. )_ Penn State ((0-9)) -Holy Cross; ((21-12)- 'LafayetteOklahoma- Cornell((i4-7)PennStai Colgate ((7-25) (21:59)
-TEMPLE: --- NYU (26th. N- --Holy Cross ((7:12)-) -Syracuse (N. 7-28) Muhlenberg (17th. Nf Bucknell ((27-6)- A-& M -(0( ) MichiganState_ -w $tVirginiaSOTSan (

VItLANOVAX) -Army (0-35) Miami ((3rd.-N, 21-26) -Holy Cross; (14-13)-) _Detroit (19th, 23-6)- )_- Boston C.:((24 N, 12-14)- -- Marquette (26=13)-- -Georget'n(14[ ._N-Ig--%-) -- Francisco-- (23rd-)-
-WEST-VIRGISIA- -otterbei _((13.7)) .Wash. ii"Lee(6:0)( ) --Waynl"Sburg (42-0)- _- 'NYU -_ -.Penn-State- -- 'MarylandDartmouth -Kentucky-- ((0-13))-- Virginia_((0-21)- ) _Temple (0-6)) Pi (7-33), )_
-=-YALE-- T Merchant ..larme33- : ) -Cornell-(6-6)) --'Columbia(2028))-- Wisconsin Springfield (33-2)- Brown (49-0) -'Prin et(302)( Harvard ((27-14))
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Midwest I

ILLINOIS Pitt (337)braska lowa (7-0) __ 'Army: __ Minnesota Purdue (437)Northwestern Michigan: : (13-9) WesternMichigan-- _Ohio State (16-7)) Northwestern (20-0))
INDIANA (27n--) WisconsinIllinois Iowa (0-13) ,Pitt J20-6))== I (7-6)) ---'OhioState-- Michigan ((0-21) MarquetteMinnesota Purdue (34-20)
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IOWA (X' nJCLA((26th N) ((0-7) Indiana ((13-0)) Ohio StateMichigan 'Notre Dame ((6-4if Purdue (160)'Oklahoma --Wisconsin-- ((2 -7f--_ (6-16))
IOWA STATE (X)) Colorado ((7-13)) Kansas (8-24)) Nebraska (033)South ")) State-- -Missouri ((13-33)- ((0-63) Drake((77)'Nebraska : __ Kansas State (13-7) I.

KANSAS (X) 'Denver ((26th,N,21-13)) Iowa State (24-8)) Dakota State_ Oklahoma_(16-13) Kansas State (34-0)) (14-16) -OklahomaA&M(14-13)( ) Missouri ((20-19) Arizona (N)
KANSAS STATE (X) Texas Mines (26th N) New Mexico (N.;-7-14)) Boston CoL (10th N) --Missouri ((0-26)-) Nebraska (0-31)) Kansas ((0-34)) Oklahoma ((7-28) -Io*a State (7-13) Flonda
IAr.QUETiE- South Dakota (N) St Louis (3rd N: 260)Stanford ) -J5 tr ItUr.-20): -San Francisco- --'Wisconsin ((0:34)-- Michigan State ((0-20) Villanova (13-26) *IndianaWisconsin I Arizona (N, 20-0)
MICHIGAN" Michigan State (55-7) Pitt- -Northwestern ((14-14)) Minnesota (21:0)-: Illinois ((9-13) Indiana ((21-0)) ((28-6)) Ohio State (58-6)
)fiC iIQ-\SSTATE Michigan ((755)Washington Mississippi State (0-6)) Wash. State (26-20) -I State -Kentucky_((14-39) Marquette (20-0)) Santa Clara Temple Hawaii

MINNESOTAMISSOURI Nebraska ((33-6)) Northwestern ((7-14)) 'IllinoisKansas Michigan ((0-21) PittNebraska Purdue ((13-7) Iowa ((166)Oklahoma _Wisconsin ((6-0)
(X) Ohio State ((13-13) 'SMU (N. 0-17)_ Colorado (21-0) State (26-0) Iowa State (33-13) ((21-20): ) Duke ((6-27) Kansas ((19-20))'
NEBRASKA Indiana (7-27) Minnesota (633)UCLA Iowa State (33-0) Notre Dame Kansas State (31-0) Missouri (20-21) Kansas (16-14) Oklahoma (6-27)) Oregon State
NORTHWESTERN -Vanderbilt Minnesota (14-7) Michigan (1414)Nebraska Indiana (6-7) Wisconsin ((28-0) Ohio State ((27-39)) Notre Dame ((0-27) _niinoia ((0-20)

NOTRE DAME Pitt ((33-0) Purdue ((49-6)) Iowa(41-6)_ ( ) Navy (Cleve. 28-0)) Army (00)Northwestern Northwestern ((27-0)) Tulane ((41-0)) So. CaL (Dec. 6, 26-6)
--O I STATE Missouri ((13-13) Purdue (14-14) Southern Cal (21-0)) ----- Iowa- -Pitt ((20-13)" ;- Indiana ((39-27)) Illinois ((7-16) Michigan ((6-58)

OKLAhOMAiKLAIIOMA Detroit (26th N> Texas A&MT(10-7)_ Texas (13-20)_ Kansas ((13-16) TCU ((14-12)) Iowa State (630)'Temple Kansas State (23-7) !Missouri ((27-6) Nebraska ((27-6) Oklahoma A&M (73-12)
A&MX( ) Situ ((7-6)) -Denver(N, 40-7) SMU (6-15) Georgia ((13-33) Drake ((24th N, 59-7) Tulsa ((18-20) -Kansas (13-14) Oklahoma ((12-73))

-PUIiDUE-_ Wisconsin ((20-24) Ohio State ((14-14)) Notre Dame (6-49) Boston UGeorgetown Illinois (7.43)Nevada Iowa ((0-16)) -Minnesota (7-13)) Pitt (108)Baylor -Indiana ((20-34)
TULSA((X) Drake ((48-13)- Texas Tech ("-6L --_ Wichita (3313)Northwestern Oklahoma A&M(20-18)( (170)Michigan Detroit (1420)'Minnesota I Arkansas (27tli1413)
WISCONSIN- -Purdue ((24-20)- -Indiana-- California ((28-7) -Yale Marquette(340)) (0-28) 4 Iowa (7-21) (6-28) ( )

SOII lt" I

ALABAMA (X) Tulane (':-6)) Vanderbilt (12-7) Duquesne 1 Tennessee (0-12)) Georgia (0-14) Kentucky ((21-7))_ Georgia Tech LSU ((21-31)) Miami\ ((28th N)
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:AUBURNCLEMSON Miss. So. ((26 N. 13-12)) Louisiana Tech Florida ((47-12) Georgia Tech (6-27) 'Tulane (0-32) Vanderbilt (0-19) Mississippi St. ((0-33) -Georgia ((041)Duquesne Clemson ((13-21).
(X) Boston CoL ((26th Nf) _Wake Forest (7-19) 'No.Car. St. (N. 7-14)) .So.Carolina _(23. 14-26) Ga. (Ocu 31, N, 12-35)) 'Furman ((20-6)- Auburn ((21-13)
)UKE 1 No. Carolina St ((6-13)) Tennessee ((712)No. ) Navy ((21-6) MarylandNo. --- 'Wake Forest (13-0) Georgia Tech ((0-14)) -MissouriGeorgia South Carolina ((39-0)) North Carolina (7-22)) 1
Mississippi (N, 7-13) Texas State (N) Auburn ((12-47) Carolina St. ((6-37) North Carolina (19-40)) Furman (14-33) Tulane (13-27) 'Miami (21st, N, 13-20) Kansas State
FLORiDX--1 North Carolina (20-10) LSU Kentucky (N, 28-13) Okla. A&M (33-13'-) Alabama (14-0) Cle'n (Oct. 31, N, 35-12) -Florida(((33-14)' Auburn (41-0) Chattanooga (43-27) Georgia Tech (35-7)
Tennessee ((9-13) Tulane ((35-7) VMI (32-6) Auburn (27.6)'Vanderbilt Citadel'Michigan Duke (14-0) Navy _(Bait 28-20) : 'AlabamaEvansville Furman (41.7)Tennessee Georgia (7-35)

-KENTUCKY(X)- Cincinnati (N. 26-7) Xavier (N, 70-0) Georgia (N.: 13-28)) (10-7)_- State (39-14)) ----X1abama (7-21) .... West Virginia ((13-0)) ( -' )

L. S. U. : Rice (N, 7-6)) --'Georgia _Texas A&M. (N. 33-9) Boston CoL (17th,_N) Vanderbilt (N, 14-0) I Mississippi (N, 34-21)) Mississippi State ((13-6)) Alabama ((31-21) Tulane (Dec. 8, 41-27)
MIAMI"MISSISSIPPI: .Baylor ((26th N)_ Villanova (3 N2))) TCU (10th, N, 20-12) Rollins (17th, N) Geo. Wash'n ((24th N) : So. Carolina (Oct.31;N) 'CincinnatiTennessee Vanderbilt ((14, N) Florida ((21st N. 20-13)) Alabama ((28th. N)

n (X) Flonda (N, 13-7) South Carolina Vanderbilt ((0-7)) Tulane Arkansas ((9-7)) 1 LSU (N. 21-34)) (14-18)) ChattanoogaLSU .Mississippi St. (0-20)
MISSISSIPPISTATE_ Chattanooga ((26N41-7)) Michigan State ((6-0) San Francisco (48-20) DuquesneWm. HardinSimmons'Florida Tulane ((14-7)) Auburn (33-0) ((613)Maryland Mississippi Southern Mississippi (20-0)

NORTII CAROLINA- Georgia ((10-20)T) Texas Wake Forest ((26-14) & Mary (21-7)) ((40-19) i Tennessee ((14-20)) __No. Carolina State ((33-0))_ Duke ((22-7) -- Virginia ((49-14)_
N. CAROLINA STATE Duke ((13-6)) Davidson (25-0)) Clemson (N, 14-7) -norida ((37-6)) Chattanoogaevirginia North Carolina Wake Forest (14-6) Virginia ((27.7)Kentucky .Maryland ((28-7)

-__ RICHMOND (X) Wash. & Lee (N, 20-0) Rollins (N) Maryland ((10 N, 37-7) VMI ((7.7)'Alabama HampdenSydney(336)Clemson ( (19-7)) Davidson ((27-6) VPI! ((7-7) Wm.. & Mary (27OJ(

SO. CAROLINA (X) Maryland ((21-17) __ __ 'MississippL\ ____ Furman ((147)Chattanooga ) ((23rd, 28-14)) Miami (Oct. 31st N) Citadel (19.7)'Mississippi Duke (0-39) Wake Forest ((27 0-35),
TENNESSEE Georgia Tech (13-9) Duke ((12-7) ((47-7) (12-0) .No. Carolina_(2014)Mississippi (18-14)) _Boston CoL ((33-13) (7-0) Vanderbilt (7-6)

-TULANE-_ Alabama (6-7) Georgia Tech (7-35) Rice (625)Mississippi ) -_MississipPLKentucky -Auburn (32-0) St. _(7-14)) Florida ((27-13) Notre Dame ((041)Maryland ) -1SU (Dee. 6th, 27-41)
VANDERBILT -NorthwesternGeorge Alabama (7-12)) ___ (7-0) -_ (7-10) LSU((N, 014r'V1I1 ) Auburn_(19-0) Tennessee Tech ((35-7)) Miami ((14th, N) Tennessee ((6-7r
ViiGOOA- WashingtonCatawba VPI, ((21-21) HarvardGeorgia Washington & Lee- ._. ((19-Sr-- Richmond ( ) Penn ((0-40)) West Virginia (21-0)) No. Carolina St. ((7-27) .No. Carolina ((14-48)"
V. M. L ((21-7) G. Washington (N) Tech ((6-32)_ Richmond ((7-7) Virginia (819)Maryland ) Davidson ((250)G. ) Wm. & Mary ((0-41) Citadel ((267)Richmond VPI (7-20)
V.P.LWAKE FurmanGeorgetown Virginia (21.21)'Clemson Wm. & Mary (049)'North Army (0-6) Washington (31, N) Wash. & Lee ((13-7) ((7-7)) VMI (207)So.
FORESTU1LLIAM&MARY (N, 19-8)) (19-7)) Carolina (14-26)) George Washington. Duke ((0-13) William & Mary Boston CoL (12-6) .N. Carolina St ((6-14) Duquesne (list, N) Carolina ((27 35-oT
:; Davidson Citadel (51-12)) -VPI (49-0)) North Carolina (7-21- -Boston U. ((N) Wake Forest VMI ((41-0) Wash. & Lee (34-18) Bowling Green Richmond (27th. 40-0)

Sonth-est---C-- I

_ARKANSAS (X) No. Texas State TCU (3414)Southern Baylor (13-0) Texas (0-20)) -Mississippi (7-9) Texas A&M (7-0)_ Rice (7-0) ___ .SMU (13-0) Tulsa (27th, 13-14)
-BAYLOR_ (X) __.Miami_(26th, N) Arkansas (0-13)) Texas Tech (6-13) -Texas A&M (0-17) TCU ((16-19), __,, Texas (722)Arkansas Tulsa (0-17) ____ 5eru (0-35) Rice (6-38)
RICE jLSU (N, 6-7) _. California_ Tulane (%5-6)) SMU (21-7) Texas ((18-13)) Texas Tech (41-6) _(0-7)) Texas A&M (%7-10)) TCU ((13-0) Baylor (38-Q__
S. 1\1. U. 'Santa Clara Missouri (N, 17-0)) Oklahoma A&M ((15-6)) Rice ((7-21) 'UCLA Texas (3-19)) Texas A&M (0-14) Arkansas (0-13) JBaylor ((35-0))___ TCU (30-13)
EXASX'TEXAS Oregon North Carolina Oklahoma ((20-13) -Arkansas ((20-0) Rice (1318)Baylor SMU (193)'Arkansas _Baylor (22-7) TCU (0-14)_ Texas AicM (%7, 24-7)
A&M (X) Texas Tech (N. 0-6) Oklahoma (7-10) LSU (N. 9-33) TCU (14-0) (17.0)'Oklahoma (0-7) SMU (14-0) Rice (1027)'Texas ) Texas (27th, 7-24)
T. C. U. (X) Oklahoma A&M (6-7) Arkansas (1434)W. Miami (10th, N. 12-20) Texas A&M (0-14) (12-14)) Baylor (19-16) (140)Montana Rice (0-13) '<._ SMU (1330)HardinSimmons ) -
-_TEXAS TECH (X) Texas A&M (N. 6-0) Texas St. (26-14)) Tulsa (621)'Wisconsin Baylor (13-6) Denver (21-6) Rice (6-41) Arizona (16-0) New Mexico (27-0) (6-21T

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ARIZONA (X) Wyoming (N) Montana. (N) Hardin-Sim'i (N, 8-19)) Tex. Mines (N, 27-13) New Mexico (N. 13-13) _Texas Tech (0-16J_ Ariz._ Tempe (N, 67-0)) _Marquette (N. 0-20)_ _Kansas (N) f.:
COLORADO cor- Gnnnell ((26th N. 14-0)) __W. Colorado St. Oklahoma City Colorado A&M ((25-12)) Colorado Mines Ft Hays St. (15-0) Colorado St. ((12-19) _W. Texas St. (12-13) Wichita ((27th)
-COLORADO U. Iowa State ((13-7)) Army Missouri ((0-21) Brigham Young (7-10)) Colorado A&.M((18-0) Utah ((0-7) Utah State ((6-0) Wyoming .((20-0))_ Denver (27th, 13ThT Y
_-DE._ VE-R-- Kansas ((26th N, 13-21)) _Okla. A&MN( 7-40) Colo A&M (N, 33-0) Utah (20-14) Texas Tech (6-21) Brigham Young (26-13)) -Wyoming (19-6)- Utah State- ((14-28) Colorado ((27th,_13-13) Hawaii (Pea 13th) -
\MEXICO!\ Arizona (Tempe) Kansas State (N, 14-7) New Mex.A&M (N, 7-6)) HardinSim.(17.N.O49)Wyoming( !} Arizona (N, 13-13) Texas M. (N, 21-13) Fresno State -DrakeDenver(2814) Texas Tech ((0-27) W. Texas State ( -0)
-UTAH:. _sTATEx) Wichita ((26th N) 'Colorado A&M (48-0) Montana (10th N. 27-7) (21-7)) Bngham Young (0-0) Montana _State ((28-14) Colorado (0-6) _( Utah (27th 214)Utah Paciftc (Dee. 13th)
UTAH Oregon State (N) Hawaii (N, 16-19) Brig'm Young (N, 35-6)) Denver (14-20) ..WyominiU2t1)Utah ) Colorado (7-0)) Colorado A&M ((13-0) 'Idaho'Colorado State (27th 14-22). Anz. (Dec. 6th. 14-
WYOMING Arizona (N) Brigham Young (3-6) Utah State (7-21) (7-27) Denver (619)Washingtonj (0-20) Colorado A&M (0-7) !

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CALIFORNIA (X) Navy St. Mary's ((20-13) ((7-28)_ Washington St (47-14)) So. California ((0-14)) UCLA (6-13) )_ Stanford (6-23)
--liiAIl (X) Stanford ((0-45)_ Washington St. (0-32)) Oregon St. (0-34) Portland ((20-6)) Oregon ((13-26) Montana (7th. 0-19) Utah I
MONTANA (X) Portland (N) Arizona (N) -Utah St. (10th, N, 7-27)) Montana St. ((20-7) Washington State Idaho_(7th. ) 'California'Nevada I _Colo. A&M (27. 210)Nebraska
J MONTANA STATEJOREGON *B Y. ((26th. N. 13-12) Colorado St. (27-7)_ --Hawaii_ (N) Montana (7-20) Idaho College Utah_State (14-28)_ Portland (19-6) (14-33))
STATE Utah (N) Washington ((21-12) Idaho (34-0) _:So California ((6-0)) -Port d(35-0-r--( ) Stanford ((0-0) UCLA (7.50)'Washington Washington- St. ((13-12) -_Oregon (13-0)_
-OREGON U.X_( ) Texas Nevada UCLA (014)'Washington Washington ((0-16)) San Francisco Idaho (26-13)) : St. ((0-0) .StanfordSanta Oregon State (0-13)
ST.-MARY'SXl_ 'HawaiiWashington California (13-20) (24-20) _Nevada (l9tb. 13-12) Loyola (24th. N) 'Detroit'Washington :1 Clara (16. 28-19) Boston CoL San Francisco 30.-6-0)
-SO. CALIFORNIA- St. (13-7) Rice _Ohio State (0-21) -Oregon State ((0-6) -'CaITf iI (140)'Washington ((28-0)) Stanford ((28-20) UCLA ((613)California Notre D. (Dec. 4. 6-26)
-STANFORD Idaho ((45-0)) .Michigan Santa Clara ((33-26) UCLA ((6-26) (l5-20 I Oregon State (o- ) 'So Cauforma(20-28)_( Oregon I ((256)California
U. C. L. A. Io\na(26tbN) Northwestern Oregon ((14-0) Stanford (26-6) SMU i --C-alifornia ((13-g Oregon State (50-7) Washington (39-13) So. (13-6)
W\SHN STATE (X) -So. California (713)Minnesota Idaho (3 -0)" Michigan State (2026)St. California ((14-47) MontanaStanford I Portland Oregon U. (0-0). Oregon State ((12-13) Washington (7-21)
--ASUL'OGTOS- Oregon State (12-21) Mary's (20-24) Oregon (16-0) (21: 5)1 So. California (0-28) California (20-6) UCLA ((13-39) Washington St. (21-7)

(X) Sept. 19th: Furman at Georgia (N, 7-70)); San Diego State at Utah State (N); Austin at Baylor (N). Sept Oth: Merchant Marine at Villanova ((6-40); Washington State at Penn State (N); North Dakota State at Iowa ((0-39)); Iowa Stat Teachers at Iowa State

(18-20)); TCU at Kansas (N. 0-0)); St LAUIS at Missouri ((14-19)); Oklahoma A&M at Kansas State; West Texas State at Tulsa (N); Mississippi Southern at Alabama (N); Presbyterian at Clemson ((0-39)); Kentucky at Mississippi ((20-6): Randolph Macon at Richmond -
(N. 0-46)); Newberry at South Carolina (0-21));Louisiana St.at Arkansas (14-21)Texas; Tech at Texas; Southwestern at Texas A&1I;Santa Clara at California; Puget Sound at Idaho; Montana at E. Washington (31-0); Montana State at Oregon Sept 21: Portland U ---

St. Mary's. Dee. C: Utah at Arizona (N. 14-7). Dee. 20: Montana at Hawaii. Dec. 23: Montana at Hawaii All-Stars

1 I| Orlando, High School I St. James High School :: Winter Park High SchoolSept. : University of Miami i University of Florida Rollins College STETSON UNIVERSITY

Follow College .i' Sept. 26 Robt. E. Lee [Jax here. I Sept 19 Mt Dora. here. 26 Ot'rmont.lntu Park. Sept. 26 Baylor. Miami. I Sept. 27 JMississippi. Jarkson Dle. I Sept. 27 EnkiD Due West S. C. I I Oct.Sept 27 4 Jacksonville Open NAS,

., Oct. 3 Plant City. here. Sept 16 Apopka. there. 0U 3 St. Cloud St. Cloud. Oct. 3 Wlanova. Philadelphia.Oct. Oct. 4 No." Texas State G'ville. Oct. 4 Richmond, here. I Jacksonville [x].
And florid Oct 10 Plant [Tampa] there. Oct. 3 Open. Oct. 10 Apopka. Apopka.Oct. f''Oct. 11 Auburn.1\lont&"omu7. Ala._ I Oct 11 Southwestern )Memphis. '
10 T. C. U.. Miami. Oct 17 Miami Miami. I Clip These
Huh School I: Oct 17 Andrew Jackson Oct. 10 St Pauls [1St. Pete] here. i Oct. 18 N. C. State. Raleigh N.C. Oct IS Open. I
i i bli mJ] there. Oct Umatllia, there. 17 Kissimm<<. Winter Park. Oct 17 Rollins. MiamL Oct. 25 North Carolina ; Oct. 24 Presbyterian. Clinton. S. C.i Get 25 Milliran. DeLand [x]. I Schedule
Football In i !| OeL 24 Umatilla. Winter Park. .Nov. 1 Rollins Orlando.Nov. .
Oct. 24 Geo. MiamL I .
Oct. 24 St Petersburg there. Oct 24 Open. I Washington 1 [Homecoming Gain'ville.: Nov. 1 Stetson here 7 Erskine.Due West S-C.x And SaveThemI.r
TheSentinelStar Oct. :31 Hillsborou-h Oct. 31 Open. ., Oct. 31 Winter Garden. W. Park. Oct :31 South Carolina. MiamLNov. Nov. 7 Open. NOT. IS Pr IJkriaa. DeLand
Vov. 1
Tampa litre.NOT. I Nov. 8 St. Josephs [St. Aur. Fu-man. Tampa. _
Vv. 7 !C"lbourneIebourne.. S Tint' nnatL. Cincinnati i [
: Nov. 15 Homecoming
Murray State here. ] [xj.
7 'V. Palm Beach here. there. Nov. 8 G ortia. Jacksonville.Nov. .
Nov. 14 Jefferson (Tampa] here. Nov. 15 Open. Nov. 14 Open. Nov. Vandrrbilt. MiamL ; 15 Tulane. New Orleans. Nov. %%'Otterbeln. here. Nov. 22 Mississippi College De-I' Reference
J( Nov. 21 Cltantater. here. | Nor 23 St Ann's [W.P.B. here. Nov. 21 Oeoee Ocoee.I j 1 Nov. 21 1'. of FUu. MiamL ; Nov. 21 Miami, Miami. I I Nov. 28 Ohio Wesleyan. here. I Nov. 27' Land. ,'.
i Nov. 27 Lakeland there. I i Nov. 29 Winter Park. here. I Nov. 26 St. James. Orlando. I I Nov. 28 Alabama MiamL Nov. 29 Kansas State, Gainesville. tAll games at nifhi] [xl-indicates MU1sapsJarkontkx day games. ]

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WASHINGTON IAPJ Two ly for Sept. 3 but was postponed -- '
groups one named by the Presi- : because other business occupied New Ford's Debut
dent and the other by Congress FREE.PENCIL
members of the committee. No DeLand Reports
will attmept to work out a national -
aviation policy this Fall to insure I definite date has been set. Not Seen This Year With Purchase of Any

American defense. The President's air policy com- DETROIT 1UP1] The Ford Motor School Ring Binder
They will be spurred on by mission will assemble data to advise K Co. is pushing preparations on BRANCH :.,
"warnings such as the one voiced Mr. Small Transfers of O'NEAL
Truman on air policy on a wide scale for the production OMic KuppliM Cor Put & Cmirt
I to a Congressional committee by a week's trip in early October to its radically new 1948 Ford car
} Maj. Gen. Echols president of the aircraft plants throughout the it will .
but indications are
Aircraft Industries Association a country. The tour will includea [ ,-r- ::_ "''1 $!;-t r .S'-r1 reach the public until well not ----- -- .

f; manufacturers' group, who declared stop at Wright Field 0.. headquarters -ik DELAND-Warranty deeds recorded next year.There's. .
t : of the AAF Materiel Division in \olusia County during not FRANK
; the week indicated the ale of a possibility may .
"This Industry believes \mer- : f called 1948 car at all. but be
be a
71i R to 'T I real estate in DeLand was limited CREBSRealtor S
lean leadership in the air is being : The President's commission, ; l1 f -r e T1 mostly to small transactions below dubbed a 1949 model John R ,
placed in jeopardy by lark headed by Thomas K. Finletter, -mw 3 e $5000. Davis vice.president and chief of
of a national air power policy. will make its report' Jan. 1. The In nearby Orange City. Mr. and sales and advertising for Ford. i r.
joint Senate-House' committees discloses that the company already Ctrtift :
A Congressional aviation policy Mrs Cleon Patterson sold their ;
board consisting of five membersof ( due to report to Congress home! to Mr. and Mrs. Alford Y. has set back seven tunes the Property Manager c
the Senate and five of the :March 1.Congress. Paul for $6000. stamps"on the date for starting production of M Y..r. CXMT.eiwa i
: House ordered by Congress last asserted in establishing deed indicated Mr. and Mrs. A. the new car.MARRIAGE. 87 MrtuN Idl.
? the Senate-House committee M\ Homer have bought a two- Phone 2.1711 1 j t
d- that its bedroom frame home located at LASTED TOO 1 +
i to formulateand
purpose was
(;.Q Va : from Mr. and BENTON, Wis. r TUP) Thirty THIS WEEK'S STA LIVTINaecmp S
clarify aviation policies, including 432 N. Kentucky '
fll ( after it was lost. Lee Pouersfound Prlr.r..n1S ,J 7 W :etclyr I 1
;' maintenance of an "ade r-i-- Mr-\ Charles S. Fisher for $8500 years .
I I't his =Ie's wedding nnj m 0 i i 6 ':m frame
(c' quate" manufacturing industry. 1- _I deed stamps st-owed It was ., 1t
1 01)) the garage of theIr come. b' ,a aw e. ;it a t34iGls 1r
The committee also will survey Watts Hardware store locatedon J
\ condiuon. II
; \ I commercial air lines. D : N. Bird was sold during the m perfect---. ---- ---. --. i I
I "N'; | Members of the Congressional / ] week to Arthur B Goff, former .#---.-.::..... .-. .. -- :- -- -.- '- .-_.. .
'fLJ1' .. committee are Sens. Brewster wholesale hardware representative JI
\- (fR-Mel, Hawkes tR-NJl, D ? 3 32 He purchased the businessat
; !{!t ,, ,, Capehart n .-Ind.], Johnson I an undisclosed figure from
I I fD-Colol, and McFarland WE Towers Hardware Co. in Jack ATTENTION GIsWe (
session to study the neeu& of fD-Ariz and Reps Hinshaw I s'H : sonville. i 1 t.
I American aviation, plans to organize IR.-CaL 1, Wolverton [R.-N J.1. .
its activities at a meeting Goff will rename the store Goff
Stefan IR-Nebl. Bulwmkle
t in Chicago this month. D-NC1), and Kilday D.-Tex.]. :' A .rr.r-: ; Hardware Co. He has announced believe with Uncle Sam. that you should keep your
The session was called original: ; plans to add new lines of stock.At Terminal Leave Bonds intact and have them for a neat
This group will pick a chairman present he and his family are
and ,vice chairman at its residing in University Ter. eqq of savings for future years. 'l&..ere is no finer in 2I

.!' I CALL TODAY organization meeting and is expected I LG L Building permits issued here vestment. i

to formulate an advisory 1 t'c_ l.2! I BQE : during the past 11 months of the
THOMAS LUMBER CO. committee representing manufacturers current fiscal year total $632.130, However, I' you do decide to ash them, you should
airlines and the "' : Sam Waits city building inspector' be able to increase the income from these bend-s bya f
I,.' For I ; armed services. : reported. He stated he expectedi wise investment in real estate in Orlando, one of 7 J
J Grade A two-panel doors I Brewster, as senior Republican i' the total to !surpass $700.000 when Florida's fastest growing cities.
Mahogany and Gum Doors Senator on the committee wouldbe ''I'permits for several large alteration f
Firpinealtex PlywoodsFraming. in line for the chairmanship. plans on local business houses are Buy a homesite or business lot and watch your values J
Sheeting and Sidings But some party and industry fc..F .V pt-t- completed. go up as you pay for your lot. J t
.1.1.I sources say he doesnt want the s s I
.1l i THOMAS job because of his chairmanship of The new electron microscope OUR TERMS-ONE THIRD DOWN AND THREE YEARS TO PAY J
a war investigating committee has a magnifying power of 200,000
LUMBER CO. dealing with some phases of the HERE IS A COMPACT HOUSE dictated by I to one side and providing for access to a diameters.. We have wide selection of desirable property. I
:.i; industry including the Howard postwar building costs, but designed by Architect !I future second floor from that point. The ------- J

t:1 231 U*. Gore TeL 4107 Hawkes Hughes would probe. be If next he declines.line. E. L Baker of Lima, Ohio, for future ex I architect points out that the living and dining Jas. Gamble Rogers I II! BUSINESS LOTS ON BUSY EDGEWATER DRIVE
f in
pansion. This is his design 701. The house rooms can be separated by accordion type 1

comprises 22,000 cubic feet. A usual faultin : folding doors, partition or left open for Architects Engipeers HOMESITES IN WINTER PARK as low as $295 per lot. ,(

small houses-direct entry from street to spaciousness. Attic is large enough for two Building Consultants

living room-is avoided by planning the entry 'I i more bedrooms. POST OFFICE BUILDING DUBSDREAD SECTION HOMESITES.
--- -- $500 to 5770
i NEW HOMES WINTER PARK, FLA. facing golf course.

FLORIDA REALTORGRAM taries Council, or Realtors whoar
I $1050
members of the Brokers In- -- -- KILLARNEY LAKE SECTION. From $700 to

'' stitute. w for Lake Front.

I;ii ", WE WILL BUILD FOR YOU NOW 'Building industry il AL WERLY*, PRESIDENT* Violet 3-1 RE JAvi-tot >aitfe*

Dunham, executive secretary i
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t I t ning, building, and financing service. I Into Action the association, visited West:
; I Cost estimate given without obliga- Swings Palm Beach last weekend to roundup Presentation of this advertisement will entitle you to before$25
credit lot purchased from this company:
on any
the 31st annual convention pro-
tion. F.H.A. and G.I. Loans. -- September 15, 1947.
found 220 advance reserva-
.. ,... ... tions filed two months before con-
Ex" \" Se'I* 'n F'r ra: A"" -' rr R r f- CHENAULT & JENNINGS Inc. i NE\VS\ OF the; week is Jihe- ne--of the market, vention. the opportunity
-IT had
MEN Why hate to look hack: and say you
shows that with the freeing of the construction of making that investment today NOW:
industry more modestly priced homes are being produced. "Modern ouse. AutomatIc 5 room: concrete oil furnace block in

672 N. Orange Ave. Phone 7234 Of some 9,500 houses approved this year for FHA mortgage oasemc 1L j
HAUL Etc"r)t,iriallv light and airy swt- PHONE CALL WRITE/
J insurance in the Jacksonville-Tampa area, many are bec. ,5'tor home or excellent for
----- 'jag completed In three to five ( ITPHOE .fLee.Open.

t months and sold to veterans for for inspection 1 to S P.)!. CARRIGAN & BOLAND INC.
W. P. 979 Sunday, Sept. 7, at ,
average down payments of $200 Hour day or week; hitches furnished OWNERS
and total monthly charges of from TRAILER 539 X. MILLS Carrigaa Building C7Z N. Orange An.

i 1i 1 s. I An 80-acre new, village of $8,500 Fairbanks Ave. and Clay St. '" .... ....,.-*'- ;-- .-..'..-._......-_- --- --_-.!-,.-.:- I Ij

i and- $9.000 homes is being started --- .-- -------- .
north of Miami. In Winter Park

and Orlando (area, convenient .
t small homes built at an average

cost of $6000 are being snappedup usililess i s Gro'tving Our Way

fast real
as as completed. No i

"-I--1jrnii Twi'jVj: TW[* I ;T-i-tr; building boom Is expected until

, possibly 1948, when building costs, i
already slightly reduced, will bringa

larger number of hesitant but
potential home buyers and build jiE. 14

ers into the market. The ready- 4-s; l; rsx N
r built used home under .000 has ,.
$5 J. p w -
declined possibly 5 per cent while
--4--1--! I e
:.--__ over $5000 has declined 7.5 percent I

The over-all picture of real Ii
estate prices (other than used i .
houses] is stronger than three t t r ; d. .a r.
n-onths ago in practically every I

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PAGE 11 THE SUNDAY SENTINEL-STAR. ORLANDO. FLORIDA SEPTEMBER 7, 1947 t'jf": iI.CLOSING soared to $35 per 100 lbs. at the I I ers $24.50 down; slaughter calves
stockyards this week. j j $20.00 down: stock cattle firm and
I I The peak is $2 under the na scarce at $22.50 down to $15.50.
COTTON tion's all-time high and equaled i; Hogs weighing up to 240 1M.I .
YORK tetten Poultry
tUft future Eggs
,1.MN.E.W1y turn.dLeer the steepest price of 1947, set last rose $1.00-1.25 and heavier
;:''e: :.1M cieee yeterday..weak i Market Clings JACKSONVILLE' Florida BearbT January. Receipts rose about I weights and sows were $1.50@2.25
; if j .,..t_ and ._..i... .. .before the G...- : fresh A3 sales eea) s:to retailer.: 15.000, head over last week's despite 1 higher.
Wage Halt Forecast Soon Net Wt Cur.MkiGrade I the holiday-shortened week.
...rft '" ere report en M.nday.Final Spiral Top was 59.". Most good
:!' Brie*. ruled It to 37 point. ._,. I A.. Net 24 as doa. 66 in Crta.Larse 69 i iI i l The next highest steer price and choice 180-280 Ibs. closed
!TM market opened nine point. lower t. To Losing SideNEW I Medium -.::=:::::=:_ 21oxt 58 61 ,, was $34.85 and several loads went I 523.00-29.00; 280-30 Ibs. $!6.5-
[This Is the third of a series of snail 18 01 47 :SO lb.
14 point hither.j I ------------- for 34653485. Choice 1,013
Extra lar 26 OS UP 63 28.25.
Pmiare of hedee and {ctir..IIin. 'Gallup >poll articles on prices. The GENERAl- Sal** direct to'n'consumer- : 711 j I yearlings sold $34.50. and light offerings I
;credited to New 0....". Account, alone. ]! first showed the public to be in a THINK WAGE ATES, IN YORK r FAPI Stocks gen- I Net Wt Cur. Ukt. !!: 3325. Strictly choice J Good and choice sows 350 Ibs.

with the MMCOverin of .. order* halt.Quod i gloomy mood about the prospectsof DO YOU HIGHER LOWER, erally continued to operate on the lane Grade A ___________._ 24 Per. o*dos. 75 in Crts 79.,, heifers were $32.50. $24.50-26.00; 350-400 lbs. $23.00to
the late _...... Indifferent trade j I pulling prices down and the WILL BE FROM NOW? losing side of the past short mar- ,'i Medium---_--__________ 21 oa 67 71 ,I $24.50. .
'_...... and a taeerin off in the mill de second reported a sharp rise; in THE SAME A YEAR ket vreek. Bonds were spotty but |I mall -------- 18ox 54 581 i iI I Good and choice steers with Native spring lambs advanced
.,n..d Sis..sd t. f..rthor the late setback.0Nn the weekly food expenses of the OR ABOUT commodities exhibited further I Extra lane .__ -. 26 ox up 78, S2 weight i bulked $29.90-34.50; $2.00-2.50 and slaughter ewes
I Florida dressed sales to to tonsumers -
Mieh Low Cle' *. average city family. That the high strength. : yearlings $28.00-32.50; heiferyearlings $1.00-1.50.
March 31.M 31.03 31.31 JO.I' 30.% 'cost of living Is the public's num- Dealings in equities never approached i I Dressed end Drawn UT $26.25-29.75. :I Good and choice native spring
May 30.33 30.33 31.03 3O.OO M.72: 30.01 30.73Jwv ber one problem was revealed in m-7a the million-share mark. I Frrrrj Red 1 Jb up _. .40 48 i IH..na Good beef cows $18.00-21.00: r lambs $24.00-24.25; later range
'Ocieeer' 31.ST 11.tS 31.31: 31.31 I earlier polls.I Short covering and investment I Broiler* Red IS-2 lbs 40 44 common $14.50 down. Practical $25.75-26.00. Medium to good
:lOecemoer 31.33 31.4O .35 42
31XIS 31.0S
; SooU clete 3201. down .,. By GEORGE GALLUP % bidding appeared at intervals to I! liens. lie hi -- 26 33 outside .on sausage bulls $19.00. native lambs $21.0025.25.your .
prop wavermg leaders. -- ------- --- --- --- .
!ID :* Lr, Amer 'on tn-',tj'e uf 1-
NEW' ORLEANS A">)> .-.. ..... Ions !
''iwHidation and .....90 ..II.... caused ..... Pub!.: Ohm' -ortl] tiA Associated Press 60-stock I
: MI cotton future. here .... .
>wea_ t. PRINCETON. N. J.-With the I composite for the four sessions j
'C '" price were barely teady Sl.SO t. i $
!*7 a hale lower.Pmete weight of public opinion leaning showed a net loss of .7 of a >
O4timete* of the crop continuedt toward the belief that prices in t point at 64.5. \

;:,. he run the laroer. mem than.....n empected for the and drop.. teemed Theheavietl general are going to rise in the \ < ,, ., Cz M I' It was the second weekly dip l'leet Architect
# $
ellino came on the market the
lest If minute. of trading.Soot in next half year seven out of 10 \ 1y "and put the index back to' its
-A" 44go
cotton lot S1.7S a hale with -01'1 Americans see no relief in sightin Af1 $, r low since last June 30. Volumefor
dins 1S/1 MKh eiuoted at 31.3S cent a'pound. the form of similar advances in ti.
the week of 2891.730 shares
: '
Sale for the thort day amounted'to ; 1N.w
1.44 Pale*. general wage rates.If : compared with the previous week's '
the situation the public now 6
five-day figure of 3.059.320 which i
31 Open S31.Hi9h" 11.S Low )CloeOct I.16.)7.ff ?I foresees actually comes to pass. : ," -J >- 11 % : was a minimum for any like You'll find him to be a pretty decent sort of a chap with a more
consumers will face a tighter ,, ;:
Oec. 31.33 31.40 41.02 31.02-01 x130 stretch since November 1943. It
march h-..*. a&J$313130.12 30.92 off 39 squeeze on their incomes than M.... EACH SYMBOL REPRESENTS 10*. ; was the smallest four-day weekly than average sense of responsibility to his clients and the community.He's .

they are now experiencing.In aggregate of the year. a resident of Central Florida and is registered in his chosen profes-
its coast-to-coast survey of: j ,
GRAIN RANGE American j nomie theory on the subject rails things in a somewhat rosier hue. The list enjoyed its only aver- sion virtue of the examination and standardsset
wHSAT- typical families the Institute i lis shown in the following table: asked l. age advance of the week on TUes- by having passed rigid high
0... Nigh Low Clew asked: ExpectExpect Institute interviewers : day when Wall Streeters grew a by the Florida State Board of Architecture.As .
S.1It. 211II'. 270. 266':: 267!. "Do you think wage rates in I "Do you think wage rates for bit inflation-conscious as veterans,
Dec :2051.: 2'71'. 2fi'7a! 208.perch Expect Prices '
.- 2M 271. 268 21\8&. general will be higher lower or" I Higher Lower Not to the business you're [your hus- I lined up before banks all over the
Mu 253 266'8 262 262'8 about the same a year from now? 'nation
i to cash millions in terminal
,781..2351.. 2386 334 n 2361.CORN Lower __ . 27% Pnces Prices Change band 1 is in will be higher lower. leave bonds. Top gains failed to a member of the Central Florida Architects Association, he
Same ....., ,____ 44 Wages or about the same a year from !
211' 253'. 220 251'. hold in most and dealingsran
s.l Go Higher 34% 4% 9% cases meets regularly with other member architects to discuss mutual prob-
Iooc 235'. 237. 2))'. 233: | Higher .. 18 now?" I to only 65 .OOO shares. Rails

'Mu'JeW .-___.. 21'22'n.. 221'2211'.. 235'218'.. 2111 227'!. I No opinion .11 Go Remain Lower Same 20 37 44 44 57 24 Lower ......._..__.._....._. 15% held their own despite the grant- lems. He keeps his mind alert to modern trends in building design. He

..04.TS.t. -- ,111 11C. 111'11 117DK. Breakdowns by occupationsshow No opinion 9 8 10 Same n._......___..__.... 60 ing of a wage boost to non-op- also keeps accurate check with the material situation. In addition he
only slight divergence Higher .. .. 15 I grating workers by an arbitration
March 114 11S! 113' b09 113'. from the national pattern.: m- There is a progressive patternin I No opinion ::: :: : ::::::=-::..:' 10 I board. knows through experience the specific and special building problems
Mar 107 107'. 10$'. 10A1. I the percentage of people ho
,JoII1' ''7\. 1i8 86!. 116 l '. bers of labor unions are a little think wages in general are due When the question is posed on I Wednesday reverted to irregu required in this area.

BARLZTDK.. . -. 18<. more optimistic to the extent Ito! go up according to the size of this personal level. the labor larity. The overall average was
that fewer of them than the a trifle lower although plus signs
BOTBKANSKer. t their community:
union member is inclined to- be
205'. 289' 2115''. b29< ', a shade in the majority. "
March ... lJOb; reductions are in the offing. Farm more optimistic than non-union Get to know your architect. He is a specialist in a highly

By Inflating tires of large aircraft I The wage earners may be too I lation PopuUnder 10.000 100,060 10.00 100,000 Over I!i men and women possibly because |, of Aircrafts expanding strengthened government and on talk private specialized field, and as such is in a position not only to advise you

with helium Instead of air. pessimistic in foreseeing a reduction I,I Higher 13%; 18% 19% 21% ,I he has confidence in the ability of orders for new planes. British properly, but in doing so, actually to save and relieve of
j his union to maintain current you money you
ISO pounds of weight per plane I in real wages, beset as they ,!I Same 41 44 41 46 ] Foreign Minister Bevin's pro-
.can be saved. are at the moment of skyrocketing !!, Lower 33 27 28 24 i I wage the way rates.union' In any members event line this is ; posal that 'the U. S. redistribute the many responsibilities that go, with any building program._ ,... _
prices. Economic trends show No. opin. 13 11 i2 9 I upI | its gold to help foreign trade left
on the future of rates in II
Aluminum or Plastic that in the normal run of things!; I :More people in the Northeast I wage I the market cold. Transfers remained -

prices break before wages. Thisis foresee wages/ moinupward/ their Lower business- .----:................_...,._. 10% I at 650.000 shares.
WALL TILE probably truer today than ever than in any other section of the I Same .. u,._......_..__.._. 65 The list went into a short nosedive -

before because so many wages are I country, and fewest believe so in Higher .. .,................_..... 19 Thursday with selling 'heavyin IN ORLANDO IN WINTER PARKARTHUR
1S, Color Combination Bathroom set under labor-management contracts the South. the second hour and losses
No opinion .__.u .. -. 6 I .
complete at tow a* SM When it comes to the immediate ranging from one to two or more
Further analysis reveals how- i While to BCCK ROBERT BUMBANK GCORGC' FOOTE: RALPH LOVCLOCK I J "
i future of dollar wages in the in- consumers trying points widespread. F. EARL OELOC MURPHY DUNHAM' JAMES GAMBLE 3 2*
SCHERFER TILE CO. I ever, that the public's ideas about dustry or business for which he : make ends meet may be hard Volume of 870,000 shares was J. L. GATLIN RICHARD BOONS HOWARD DOUGLAS ROGERS '
the relation between prices and to believe it and incomes I L. ALEX HATTON ROGERS t FIEDLER GEORGE:' H. SPOMM
US N. OraBf pboM 8-ZS17 ; works the average American sees put wages the top of the week and largest .. KINO
wages agree with the.general eco- are still staying ahead I since Aug. 15. The market was
----- -- of prices according to Government the broadest since July 29: with
SALLAS & SALLAS I figures. 1,007 issues registering.

"FINE! HOMES" : PLUMBING CONTRACTORS Bureau of Labor Statistics shows I forenoon Pressure slackened after the
relapse but the average o
j that the weekly average wage in
and REPAIR WORK :, manufacturing industries in June. I ended down .8 of a point This is the first In a series of Advertisements sponsored by
534 W. Central Ph. son : 1947, 105 I widest decline since Aug. %3.i .
JOE G. MYERS-REALTOR : Ave. [ was per cent above the Aviation manufacturing
weekly for the 1939.
S. F. Sallas J. K. Scllas !I I Living costs based on the year Bureau led a selected recovery attempt r CENTRAL FLORIDA ARCHITECTS ASSOCIATION

29 West Washington St. -- i of Labor Statistics price Index. i Friday but the general course still
---I I increased! 59.3 per cent from 1939 j was downward. Volume in the

(Just around the corner from Orange Ave.) Howard Douglas FiedlerARCHITECT to June of this year. I final 000 shares.proceedings tapered to 720-

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PAGE 12 SEPT. I: rUmp Just off Cheney Highway .I roar prize pie Oar antique restoring also patching. Free estimates. Orlando C. 320O volt. 2 well pumps I seen at 21OO Elisabeth St. I J automatic fert Bum- bed. tables desk chair. New rea- :, ware New 1. trteea. prompt delivery
7. 1947 1 I' Cannon Mills Road. R. W. Flrchow. ; out the beauty Home Maintenance; Telephone motor 1 .. 1 electric. 2 .n | by Hardware. I sn le. 12O Lucerne Terrace. Sunday Ph Pine C.u Lumber
; In your furniure. Ross M.ttres Co, I I 9948. cutter dome pipe few Pip BOAT-Chris Craft for sale. S13OO 10 Curc. and Mond.y.FNIEBedrom. 'A Hdw.
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I I I weaving. Free to shut-In or elder Currh 221.AL POWER LAWN MOWE repaired rooms.d npples., L.ht or c.s. S.nford Florida. i pl.DI. Wat saws, dr L..l, suite living ;i i' LWN AND OA SP

IL'f. Write 127 Ridge wood._ CLMR SERVICE and I and sharpened. H.ns. Disseler camp. le.1. Madden. tort. Archie metal D. Pe. se other household complete mo.er.tine hand alln.
ClassifiedSentinelStar I Individually : tr.ctr. power Belts. Co.. 2309 N. Orange. 9716.j Fa. BICYCLE-Man's victory model $15 : Mount Dora 3753. items. 2011 .erJ Dr. Co. 330 8. ....
SUPPRT Farm and Machinery Co. 40 AUTOMATIC WATER P.r H.r..N O.
HATS 730 Franklin St. OAS WATER REATER-Aiitomatic. ,
designed. Ph W. Robinson phone Jj PIANO TUNING and repairing.Quality S f DINING ROOM : MODEL AIRPLARX EHGIHE-Forster
: J i Electric and gas. J -- SU--pi.e
2-3306. Mrs. Warren. i workmanship at reasonable prices. I Ii Circulating oil heaters I53-.I. BABY CARRIAGE And high chair. walnut uphol.t.r.d chair Ike tike new. Table. Nice cupboard 29. Excellent condition. $10. Phone
j I ACETYLENE and electric welding; i Fully guaranteed. Call S3OO. Reardon'a City Service 445 Avalon Blvd. .1.. COIr.t double wash tubs. Apopka 3891.i .
I i
AaI St.tln .
W.P.. KELLY. Registered Surveyor. I I machine work on saw mills i ated Store for immediate .rl. Spak. From. 37.00 t 70.0 i j 17-92. Maltland. i i 1SO1 Per.stRENHo_ _ _ i
Church and Main Arcade. Phone and road pump B.T.U.capacity. I DIETEUsM.pl. S piece. j I MOTOR BIK- PncU.l n .
6346. ., i Attic fans from to 48-in. Silent BABY CARRIAGE with Lxcellent I 50-foot le.ot I Call
Want-Ad ;
; i t aluminum and casting. '! REFRIGERATION SERVICE-For dependable -! 3 m.ure. H.nO Special < .IU nS2.
P.t bras
cK1D fan. Phone 2-892: 18.9.B at 624
Dan hey Machine Works. 131 W. Kaley srt. call 626 H& bre. co.dtlon. I & J cofner Boone 42 o see Terac .
line W make
per 1%. Lost and FoundBABYS W t.m. can Immediate deliver BOAT-18 ft. Chris Craft. Ford VSconversion. ENGINES Gasoline. distillate and Jackson. 8nle and tools to stock for 15-
Uu charge 7So I 'i APPLIANCES REPAIRED Fans, i i I and tnst.U.ton. on all of the Very fast. Phone 8696 Del .n.1 for agricultural and MACE All new: DeWalt
5udu 30c per line JACKET LOST-White, long !{ toasters irons and lamps. Ph. 9188 !' RADIO REPAIRING above or 20686.BABY mtUatn. Florida Pipe'i GASOLINE LNRNS"Co.m.n" meit delel.. Metal Lathes.
Minimum chal I embroidered pink On John Electric Co. 23 E. Church i! and economical Dpn.bl i WUlard and Kriser. Vogue Tater Supply 6118 $.9. K.ox Stre .. 2 EtI P.er Metal Sa. LI.n
& 6 C.rc
1 Consecutive 9 &e.ed. I. rp.1 f.eS" block. Colonisltown. Phone CARRIAGE-For sale at Il. I _ L. 51.p. Prall E.
day .
Ora.e .e. between L.L..tn and BUILDING. REPAIR and trained td.i.na. Call "Soty".t I --- See at 1862 Cornell Are. off : Saws. Prb
I Consecutive Dan ISc line day RC0DE D MTOR-drprS. GAS RANGE-Top _D. Bottled or Planers. Olobe
i Friday Fld.rI ING. D D. Riddle Britts ALUMINUM GARAGe Or tility st. Parka 134" tlcl
'Count a Average 1 line :lfwk r 21 .eODtalor. ] N. Phone .te building. 122O. Aluminum frame H P. motor saw 12 '". Porter-
(Out Wan E Ce"lr.l Ph7560 and 3 Or..e Av. 894 j BATHROOM TILE in Rust-Proof l'a. 2'a 3 HP. C.. Air compressor .Ity. Pfe. rontn. V 'S.n m.ce. Sand
..t.oal ot Rates rl 2-4631. ; and siding. Overhead door. Special like new. $165. Sell 191 DI.ny Blades
_ ; C.be Pr
fr.estlm.tes CO\
Single Insertions 3 per line I UJO Black I.le bound loose- .BULLDOZER SERVICE Clearinggrubbing I ROOFING-'.Something new has price .one only. Mills and Nebraska.ALUMINUM PemaUle. All colors.Florida Low c.23W. $100 Phone 2-15. OAS STOVE 3 burner p.le .,tho..n D. P.Ph 3 Mount
3 Consecutive West Ame S.le.
D suite.small _
l. 2 piece Irving
c. and Also: added. Single ply ENAMEL "So-E-Zy" in rom Dra.
pan dial 6546. a ran e
7 Consecutive 20e a .d post ohe Finder .r.dlnl. ben "G.rfot. MOULDINGS' trimming: N Orange: .o .
In. plea work and especially of colors S-V. 1.75 electric fan. electric toaster. wood and
Phone any
,. l.
3 phone7547. tno.a and sink elm 20-i off. Soutbea.iSteel pmt MOtIGl1
_ prouct BABY CARRIAGE-In .
Wu .o--codi hand carpet sweeper shoes. patterns.
2-4427. J. T. adapted to flat sloping Knox E. Phone m.n' -
Uurdob. Co.. 100 W. Amelia Sior. meta mouldl" <
are requested SHOES Joyce 1. Sa. .; lOn$15. Call Sunday Pne. gil. 9. men's size 3*. Oth.r N. Orange and
Adrisr LT-Wlte
t I olord. For information 8510. pant
notif ror. i I 2-1442. Road. Or- 2-316 Lber C.
immd'Atll of any .rrr size H. CSEAIREAl t6 1 & Sons Co. Shingles 1. 11 Buckingham .rll.s. Out O.rd.. Ro.dt i Railroad.i .
Alexander Apt. 1. Ph. 2-274O. i Rlno '' win Winter Park. ELECTRIC
thir Sntin.I-Str will accessories. &" per S2.65 per i i ANTIQUES-Black walnut Mcrt.re 39 CA.OL. BX-- M.nmont. turn left 2 bloks MOTOR SCOO'rZR-C.akman. 1943
2003 Edge- .S au.re. romc i
b r.onslbl. fo.nll in TIRE 19. on rUDe SlbU' Warehouse I cher round 'i, S de..r. c.s. luD rsbt I.\ house. Two 2 68" 5 panel
L-7.0 1 BiSNBloat : x
crt asrtion. \ &tub. R ceTrack aterDr._ _ Yl R7mond'l_ Wl'erI i iI hocanjr Empire pat.l French .. .4 ECIC-PAN- Rev eoaity-pe. OARDE.N and meL ft. I" 11 p.
All Want-Ads start In The Orlando and highway. J. W. CLAY ROADS B LILT-Also lime rockpaving >I I I R.I black walnut chow table. Jenkins Telephone 839S. Dpl. Bumby Hard- lawn .TLL.nG.el N kicker 1 cnJrs Jal..11. 1st
Horning. Sentinel and are printed I C.ntrl Klssunmee Re..rd. with surface tr.tm.nt j'I REfRIGETON household SERVICE -repairs.Contj Furniture Exchange 229 Boone St.; BOATS AN MOOR1 ft. Re "ae. 102 W. Cu.h. Orange and Railroad. street Ot M Winter t Park Rd..
bcth The Work Bumby |i k.a 2-3795. ,
Sentinel and The cuar.nt'. SUp' Good charges reasonable Ferguson tog ELECTRIC FAIS" blade. Cash 1 T Hamrln
Orlando Evening; star 14 s. Pho.e 7649. I Hydroplane two 16 and carry Furniture -,I
the .
O game I Beauty Parlors Rlcer.to Service. Ph 9752. ALUMINUM PAINT Chrome finish about; B-Jacobr 17.9. GAS AND Ol SPAC HE.tT MOTOR Airborne. A-I
CITRUS BCDDINO-Contract work P. "B" racing : two 22 H Co. 141 St. SI'4'
.t Price
SEWING for girls between the ages Heat rust and weather proof. 85e H motrs B.1rt. D-I I ComI -
The Want-Ad Department S open I AMMERMAN 25 20 K. Pine. 15. to I &by Son.Taft.Box84.experienced budders. Temples 2 and 10. Mrs. Scott. 915 Pal pint. S5 gallon Knox Stores Co., 25 racing with motor.Claude in perfect h.r.Dubat ELECTRIC WAT HAT 30 play Room. '1 East W.Sbl..tOn i j I posing Room.S Dck-Smil.._ _
from % discount Limited new .
.8:30 ajn. 6 daily. on waves. j E Pine Phone 2-3163. ond'to and 4O- .a aUon
t 'Jlr.
P. GRrSbER HP. Enter
time only. I Drive. rods Will be sold IMi
Five etc WET
Sunday from 12 ajn. experienced < of homes ---- water he..r. Bumby H.rd..re. -
opr.tors GARDEN TRACTOR Planet
Dade for Su., Pp Satur Phone o462. cSTCBUIIG. and .buildingof SEPTIC: TANKS INSTALLED and AUUDSCIN WIRE-Number I. .p.r.te at leu than hal 102 W. Curch. Junior. 3 h p.. with- Ne.cultivator.Phone PatalT new. Reasonable
I noD BEAUTY SALON any kind. Repairs financed T. F.FuUad. cleaned. State apprond 20 Jea. 36 Ict. 48 cost Wire or write : H P. New 292 Winter Garden.OARAOE000RS1 5.
I in business. or inch. Southeast Steel Sales Phone 1005. Ocala. Fla. I MOTORSI. MARKET:
You Can '.. All 133 E. Concord; 2032.CLANINGND Ateratt. 10 Inc 2>< H.P 1101 West FXZHe.r acc
Place Tour -permanent eel Ph 401. cold 7 for .rlce. W. Amelia: tel 2-1443.___ lady: 1 mans: 30 gal Colonial Drive.Bn".s-tr.t. Mt completewith m. he. crer. l

( Want-Ad by Telephone I ..aYour hair laboratory tested 1 PREDC.s SEPTIC TANK Cleaned: everything AIR CONDITIONING Port- BICYCl drm .. mower Al In good i'fsic WATER HEATZR.-$30. cost b.rd..r.$8.SIS.1036 1 N.erector Shine at blocks plato ..
for best results. Mrs. P. J. Burke UIS2 See at 410 Jackson I: .16. : condition. .Y.MR .
Kelley Man- condition.
Dial 4161 money. Bring us your clothes. Su- pumpd h.ul. I able. Carrier and SlUt I Can b seen .t 125 Mambo.EXHAUST business 5039.OARDENTOOLSA. Phe t a '
..er.GEE'S i: Rector Cleancri. 214 Boone_ St. prm.nenresdent bnde insured able for cooling office. Priced reaI St EEQ2h..) Erin-
: BEAUTY SHOPB.koshol CONCRETE FLOORsTetc. We form. '', ; 2-678. I sonsble. Phone 5218 or 5633 BEDROOM SUITE-Complete maple I youth FAN-bed Array \p.Inca Morakes. good selection.Knox motr. J9 II cum

; specials. pour and finish I i I SEPTIC TANKS-Installed. State approved ARMY SURPLUS Hip boots. *3-75; used 2 months. W.rdrob trunk. Chil'_ue bed. wb m.tte.. Stores Co E. sho.el.. et. built 13 boat
10. con.r.te
Baby Sitters-Child Care Phone6686204SouthMam_ ;_ St. I driveways walks and steps for. I II ; 60 gal. capacity. See our knee $2.75: cots. 231 E Mart St. P. .l 2-3618. 2 PoDe 2316.GAS Included Ph. CaU Chalet-Suzanne
I foldlnl
; of Orange bt Supper Club Ph. 81841. Lake Waleg -
West _
EDGEWATER I estimate call 2-0256. h Concrete I tasks on nt S. 12 95; .. S2 coats. CABIN CRUISER-26 ft. Boat in fine
BABY AND CHILD CARE afternoons .p BESA I Co. : I! Blossom :)9 Hagen-Muetler. $2 95. Many new items at .pricesMorgans condition. Priced right. Telephone i| RANGES-City or bottle .. OVENS for oil stoves Stock includes
and Excellent : S. SlaL waist high broiler. Walter J. Wtleoz. -
e.enIDI. care by ex I TRACTOR SERVICE New ground Store. 46 E. Church one and two-burner types. BumbyHardware.
n se. References, plete A I.. b.ut, "utue. EvC I, W.ETRI find the material I|, lots or Sa..e 5..5. Kslmm. 1 ELECTRIC RANGES-For Immediate electrical .uppl. .1. 136OAS W. Church.i .
ad i pp. 7165. 1 desIBE ning .pPllent ld MOA&; repair s. Phone plo..d. .el. Cont.. AIRPLANE MODELS-Compietg stock 22REP.ACES-lieat- J delivery. 10
i ;; : J CRCLTNO .
2-3193 I hourly } __ __ : .
I 2- Newcomer r.te. Jh models and HO-O For better i i I i OUTBOARD MOTOR-Evmmde 3
".n eo" Terono.
HI PYSCOL FACIAL SPECIAL 11 ereme perma- j CONCRETE"SERVICE-Floors, rooi i I 1 I TEESUREYA kinds. P.lm Railroad b.t. ... gears Model heat controL A mtt a ..hot Electric cooking at It b5t. F&\I I I celain RANOE"Orand.e standard size POTI nowi hp p. Simplex anr. full reverse.Perfect .
3. Hou. I 1:0. 103 i nent $8 50. Charm Salon driveways steps D.ncerou supplies- 2I4N Orsnge" 6668 Mi"s A N.br I.. .l.n. tbt t .e. You get i;I available I1. 102 2-1177.-
Delaney 506 W Amelia: 9964. Parking space. I IRAY'S best in engineering' : I trees our specialty. Pine trees removed ALAP cS-lket watches COOK STOVE-2ven.. heavy duty c emo with an W. Church. Bu) Hrd..re. UARD-IRMariD "6O"
BABY BEAUTY-PARLOR= i I and m.trlal. Fr. dk'.nJ : ce.. LU ce.re Le.d 82.75; $S 75 Tax hotel oil burner; for quick tlC .1t\r1 heat i;; Telephone -
care. By day. A-h- : "p. HOT WATER Two. .
AI C Co aU b.ded. 16 1 included in price Herman's LoanOffice. sale $45. 8395. cOk. tl. food not tbe cok. '' SYSTEM 24OAR
week home. I permanent waves. .nde alboO 21147.TREESDSMOSSED.. .1 Telephone |I fire coal _
01 1 I I I On
Excl i S.l\i fie
lent 1O3 dwavesaspenia It,. Dial 4222. i or 953O. Buchanan Concrete I 27 Church St.AI.I.ISCHALMERS MOTOR-'16 h.p Can
232.BOA ear pr..le E H&aQ I 38East Pine. One piace on.RAYSt'OPIBEAuSalon CONCRETE WORK: Driveways, steps. 'i trmed.. taken Power units now CAMERAS Revere movie tamera Walter 3. WI1ox. Ilc.. U E. RobinI ;I PbP.5aon Indutr. Inc.water Pb.&am.. .SO-SO Service Station.W .

805 I! walks floors septic tanks. LII I I down. Pull lnr.n" H.u.t. available. Immediate delivery. and projectors in stock. !.ll SO. Fo.nde l13. p.r. b.C"b and_Westmoreland
rom loving care for chil to rrb&ed. bonded. Southern States Floor.Co. ton saS'fr S. Summ.rhn. Ph. 977. I plete stock tHin smallest to largest. ders shipped same day reev.d.Helm.1 I HEATER. Ruud 9 double coil I OUTBOARD-MOTOR' P Excellent -
dre L.. pl.y.ro..d Day. school specials S3 SO. Creole oil permanent 8714 or 2-22 for estimates.CONCRETE I TRCONe.. ground Also YarnS Tlaclors. General Truck Camera Shop 1825 Edse..tel '!I Left Good Telephone e. Also; -
week 2-0644. I 9809. ELECTRIC IRONS Automatic eon- am. rondltl ..
'O Equipment Co 2319 McRae: Dr. rondtO. .
for a 00. ODe .ek only. WORK-Plain and colored l. & trol Universal Proctor 72t>4. bed- BOO t1
CARE OF CHILDREN during evening A safonT I'I floors. Blautfu colored flagstone Ph. 9106 or Winter Park 1304W. ANTIQUES-Estate and art pieces. Bumby,: 102 W.: S.msn. '
hours. Hour pay basis. Please call I -EEW TRBEAU up. It.p. .outdoor lirepltces. ijPHOiinR SERVICE that really Rare plates. Jere Beery. 11 Ma- CASH REGISTER $125. OrangePharmacy. H.rd..N. TRdl.nt7p. city gas.Or. OIL RANGE-Flomsct. Table ten.

"09. : Beauty culture complete. Evening ,I .a.als. stepping .tona supnor. for Inspection." gruder Arcade. 1124 E. Colonial. i .Al Appliance Il. fieple.. porcelain. 9 burner. Immediate
Appointments. 2-3193. I Nidy &_ Park Selet ma watch our soildcedar. ,; ELECTRIC GAS AND OIL fuf auto- .
teral. CONDITIONING CEDAR CHEaT Large I Phone 4337. delivery P.Winos.
DAY AND MIGHT care of Infants Co- 'I UNI-Rp 'lz. marie water instal-1 Ave. Ter.r.nee W.ler
and children for :II DRESSMAKING ANtS ALTElsATIONS .ortma.h.. Ru M.ttres sessed Lummaire ud I.9.S. Orlando Frltu.,, led. C. Jav Balliet.M.ter. j; HOT WATEH Ic e Roo
or work- 10. M,
ins p.rnts 67910 vac.ton A.dersn ',11 School* and Instructon I done .t home. 34 W. Ether.I 122 Churh; 2221.UFHOIGIP refin- $300 Oll.l price 52S Phone 5611'TQUEr Cc 141 W. Church 717 EaW.srDtn Dpl. Rm. ,I I 3O and 40 I. T3 Cpac1.6.OrlandcAppliance e 1936.

I DRY CLEANING We employ only conI. the many pieces we CASH RGISTERfon. Cash i I Co.. Inc. Orange I .
11. Special Notices Stj'I AUTO SCHOOL Learn to drive. I I skilled experienced help; and obligation.Artnratt. baying trip nonh Re"ltr. A..nt .serv-II ELECTRIC irons roast- I I Ate Phone 4537. OVENS-"Top of tb Stve.' evens
Interior 2200 i
Competent instructor prepares you ;, modern machinery. Try D MacDullCleaners. Dcor.lr Come in and browse. Silver appUes. 220 .' 8850. TOAST I and 2-burner. Knox
ADVICE Psychic daily. <;, for Stat Drnr'. Test. Orlando Auto I i i 204 Rldce.o. corner W. Curch. 2-OO06- burnishings and wiring of I.m.. CABINS-Two 10x13 furnished for .el.Store.hot 10 W. .ffl tOmbmUoD.F. 'HDE SHEARS quality. "r-T mpr"h1he.t Stores Co.. 25 E Pine. Phone 2-16.
r.adw. |: : 9. Rosalind._ hone like new. done in our shop. Curc. 12.9. Str
Phone !. W. j I I I 2-100. 'iElEIA EUNDM.d. own W."h. light houskepm.. A bargain at .. 2-3163. OUTBOARD .
Jw.. Rev. Cherry. BALLROOM DANCING All types.Private DREDGING and water fron.orl.. L.est Prl. "I s Call T.dln. Pot. 210 W. Church: 2-0232.- $25O. R. K. Bm.tt. mile north of ELECTRIC MOTORlO. volt D. H ; Pne. Phne Inc firing M2. a.t -
W. CentraLOrlando. hp. Used J. HEDGE Joh. 19 mo.l.
I les. only. Call Jane I i I boat houses *nd Ph 89J9 i APARTMENT-COTTAGE equipment Highway on left L S.. SHE'.Dlto" Phone 2-0951.
AMANDA BRADFORD Psychic rcI ct. i I Z.l.0. Box 164 Wlndermere. of other Su"7 511.
:[ p.
I .kS 2- for aptointment.DR.ROtORTWtllaccept I j I need low land fills fine bathing I i,, Complete with .hea.
.rrl".r.tor. CYPRESS BOATS New $50 and up.Boat .
log; circle 2:30 561 'I 1 '' Iltch.D : Bumby Hardware 102 W. OUTBOARD Slightly
T.. WeCo sandy beach which will drive out BLINDS Our factory sink city MOREl.
pupils VENElN range a.d e.bl..U. W.t.r h..t- and luggage and FURACEUdfor. ca.
i Church.
lumbia Av.; phone 2-21. (J for orpan. h.rmon. orchestration.He. the snakes and moaauitas? Contact I II employees can repair ."7m.ke .. Besting systems both ga. and coed kickers tr.1rr. Fix-It 'I IU8.5' now i i us..D 8766. .
1824 Amh.rt St I Correct Craft Inc.. (Pine Castle Boat of bld or rep.lnto look like ''' oil. Inc 428 N. Shop. fblnl. $75 Ph 2-0346- 304 E. H.I.rd. HOME FREZR Kelnn.tr. Pl. ,
| ''' "pJ.nc.s ... PIANOS Just shipment of
j &Construction Co. ) 1 new. Blind We. MeleinatorDepsrtment reI.1 ,
Venet.n FURNITURE CLOSE Hard..r.
2-246. 'O.nc OUTS INew
I I )
DANCINj-Chuidrena classes j I CLARINET Excellent condition Winter & Co. sad J C .
AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS I ex"r Co. 1739 Kohl : Mu.tt. ,
I I instruction. Tsp. I ELCRINEEVICE 8059.REPAIRED 1 $50. Can be seen at 325 0.7ton bedroom .ule. $39 5 2-piece living Churh, Fischer Spinets stock
the our
Dark room for rent by hour. :;.d 1, i I i
batic. Fall term now pt" i room : platform Professional 1 1
t WAHoMc I St. Ph. 2-1347 .ule. HI-CPE j
SOc Complete with en- : : '' of fine pianos, which include Mason
per '
: 2-O428. For modern upkeep service call the service and' ARC WELDERS Lincoln Fleetweld rockers. 516 : Furniture. "lppI' 275. !'
j Vlhlme
liners washers dryecs.etc. I only authorized CERAMIC KILN-Cornpiete with and MamBo and Kab. Joseph '
: I Hoover service station. pick UP service. Caldwell and Harls. rods. Everything for the welder. II 306 W. Church. BumbyHardware -
Ph. ] for reservatIon.frim'i j HIGH SCHOOL-Complete your high Bumby How 6104 or 2-1755. ]i 2213 Edgewater Dr.. College Parr. H. R Williams Sooolies 811 N slrcUoD book. 51 E. South St. i FURNITURE USED I I I ICE : ; Bailey. 736 4 N. 2-2.
: school Large selection. $6
education -
) Camera Sop. 1825 Edse.aI,! at home 1 spare RAZOR SERVICE"_ ] Beach St. Daytona Ph CLOTHING-Ladies' Fall. Size BOX pn.ble 9.Ke PIANOS-Received load re-
Dr. j time with American School. Texts I ECTIC I IShck 2-1971 Beah Pa. J111. I "hep. Orlando Furniture Co. CIS food fr.b PIC1C h
.e IACE furnished. No classes. and WASHING MACHINES 2220. excellent condition. Rlasn.bl i W Church container. t condtn including
Diplomas. Free Remlncton Sunbam REPAIE StrtFUOR b.ch. Oa..nIZ .
N. Coats suits dresses. 126 KobJerCampbell.Gumransen
booklet. Write American in I All Msytag Roa- Roebuck &
School I.
r.zr. m.ke. .rlc.B.ron. SPrt Co.
Or"la. FIXTURES 13 W. Dpt. S.r.
j Mr OLson' Sao lind. Ph. Priced S125up.
I Pharmacy. 5169.ELECTRICAL. .
Dept PO. Box 690. Tampa. next to I IWIur i 39.C Circlme" an or
Coln Te.ler. .
CAIt1.IN.-504 Bank Ne. I 531 N. .
Florda. I Park 93. BICYCLES Roadmaster Tires, oil heater and tank. .L 1, Wi rnl. Rin'.
permanently L STRUCORWATEFo ctudent REPAIRING and house 1 stock. F.U Slre. 10 W. Churb. IRONING BOARD-Rigid, ail i iI .
SUprlu0. 4406.h.l I I wiring. Can 4514. Miller Willis. I WELL DRfl.LINO-We specialize L j tubs ba.ket. seat "o..r. kick condition. Call 4179 b FLOOR FIYRYACES-BQth and I I I ironing bard S8.95; ATe met! iO'-Good
rmoved. 9ih grade. Write Box S97 S-Star. Electrical Contractor. | diameter deep 2" Hdw. tween 8 and 5 for appointment. I Knit" cnlt Ranbl.I
TRIPS from to Sil sm.l .el 2"-j OIL Phone 2-2514 for of !' bard co.er. Ab.t 21"
BAT Springs Mt Dr SCHOOL OP REAL ESTATE practice. ( FLOOR SANDING-Finishing. Gpe- I dF Can install : I i BATHROOM CAINESB wall Rei't. complete installation esim.t 'burn prf. l.at Bu i I 82 Sr.
trou.h b.uttu on plan Can write T. t and al Church. PIANOS Fine grands, featuring
Prepare for Brokers and Salesmen. ,I clal : recess up. > CASH REGIEN.bo..1 1944-E residences duplex and cot- H.rd..r. j
Oklawaha Pntrae.1 te.te.t 2 !
phone 322]Rver.. Wi. B._ _Work_ Classes start Sept. 3: applications expnence. Moern eqUlpmPD\' Fr.cl Lengwood. Fla. Phone 6. I| Bumby Hardware. 102 W. Church. i Ic to 99 tOI.Isplpt and t.le. Moer Appliances. Inc. 428 ICE BOX $10. Three burner oil .; Ellington Monarch.
Al. must be made before that date: Seeretary I Work Ucned i WELL DRILLING-We are equipped BREAKFAST SE-IS. Electric re- detail .trP. 2:0 Sulh St. Orane. stove. $0 Double and .n.l b I Ifpri I I Ho.an Starck. ; small size wal.
DES MAKING ler.Uo" 2202 tailor at School all hours for regisi i service. C. R 7151. | t drill shalo.and deep .el A j jI frler.tor. $12 Iron.r. $25. bu- Phone_ 8850. FENCE. 7' .200 ig mattress. nut if desired and monterey -
Vi : accepted
Frt. F.sslonett. tratlon assistance; 139 E. Pine SL! FLOOR SANDING AND FINISHING I UP to Ich. No ; ...hmo m-chine. $(SO: icebox CASPUMOSalm. and gar- |i close PST-pre". .h. r.m. t Davenport and ch.U. S25. Ph. 6088. Robinson's. 531 N.trde
.. 5S UUopracrR TUTORING-Coaching primary and ment: portable; power oeI eUI- I Blm.nJ Well Drilling and Pump $2: 9 x 12 rog. S12. table Ph. 1 ed. porcelain Excellent! POPCORN MACHINE-Burch Floor
U1t 87. 2-21. enamel
ed Route ]. Winter range wardrobe power lawn mower i model. Good condition.
1935. Skilled
grade luppl7. O.rde 1S.0.
Former ; racket
W. Colonial Dr. Ph 24b.FOR Group or cbllren.. rates. te.che.Reason bonded; I.ure Stevens. Fo lcens.S.|. R.d. P.. Ph. 0S1. 1', oil water beater and tank. S20: other COLD Insulated STORAGE with 4 BX- ft.: :. FRNIE "BUYETremendou. rondtlon c.s S2. Trunk, Ia Tennt 61 Broad-! i Prive-in Theater.

BETTER HEALTH use Vlavi able. Ph. 2-37. facing Pb.e 6582. I LARGS PALMS shrubs heavy ob furniture. 1051 North Orlando Ave. has been used as freezer as compref-' our '1. S..rl bedroom suitesat ,I war ;I I' PTS fence cpre. ft. 2 \
S14 Metcalf Bldg. FLOOR I Sects moved with derrick portable 8 i 10 Call .ucon INLAID butt. 4 to
Pouct 1A PRIVATE COACHING-High school SNDIGl. cleanIng i BUIGNe. soc and coils are adequate. $ Newly, upholstered i I LINOLEUM Installed oa' 15
152. and college mathematics. Phone Eclw.e fo Orlando Nurseries. Call 7847. ''ulnum screened enclosed Malcolm. 8476.CCT. barrel back Ila. 110. Hoosier klb floors and sink tops. Call Avdoyan. Inch, uu. *2S hun.. Call Winter
GET YOUR LIVE Shnm\ Henry's 2-2316. ,Flor-Co Sealer guarantees per- .LEAKS. LEAKS. LEAKS-Anybody bid;.. S125. 1606 W. 37th St. OIL en cabinet. 12.S. room .un. 2501 Edgewater Dr. Phone 2-1215. P.rl

Pier East etid E.I Oalue i feet satisfaction to you who desire i I can fix them. But. everybody cant BOAT CYPRESS-H, ft .Id. HTERS"Duo"Pr overstuffed. Studio couch INSULATION "Balsam-WooL" FLYW000-Beaulifuily grained and
Bridge. Boats motors tackle. 16. Travel InformationAIR I II {I Quality LUn. Orlando Floor Surfacing 1 find them. We find them. Ph. &'11. ;::, Good 4nllo. First $43 t.ke It way Them., and "hanho.-Jntratlna'Lll.d sup- i $39.30. Just arrl.e. new 3p. to satisfy or money matcbl cedar for panelling. Most
W. keep live mullet for ocean fish I I .. since 1923. I PAINTERS esti- '' 2OO5 E. J.Uern. ply. Orlando Furniture ., and tional ICa spcl.L $79 S. Guar.nte. .ather Be com- a. shapes of cedar mouWinj-
ing. Clean modern cmbins BLFre It for 1 ber. chrome. Mills Se Nebraska.
overn.ht I RESERVATIONS and tickets an ; 1809 N OrangeAve.phone7536.FURliiitffRE I m.t. Arnold S. 615. W. Church St. price. baus. won't ,,I fottahle. Smyth Co. N. Orange ]
week or monU Lu He. I. lines. Sunniland Travel Bureau. | REPAIRED refinished .: phone 23786.PLUMBING _-____ iiunvl2J6ro pr CAMERA-Speed : 2'. x be here long Mat room for and Railroad. PAINT BRUSHES-Special for 1

HARMONY CONVALESCENT home. I :_E._P.StrtYlne 5301. I upholstered. Pick .p. delivery. I I -REPAIRED Bill I 1 I nsed for small d.1nt or sto-e 3>>.: .rphc Ie. siz. Extra' .. cnS.nenl. for next. sale. I ICE Capacity. Cheap. week 10. oft on all brashes.

I Good food. Good care. Licensed !\ CBA-Al.xp.s tour' Paal's Repair Shop. 2611 East Washington for prompt guaranteed Klnl. building. !.stl 12. phone equipment. Sacrifice for immediate Church: 2-0155. 5.1. Co. 733 W.I BX-. Sith A.e. Mills dc Nebraska. _ _
nurse i charge. Reasonable rat'I Lanier Street: dial 2-1168. Phone 5O59. sale. Call 2-4640. i j '
e&lc. E Pine Residence. 1729_Grand. ',0.... i 1NTEB-COM SYSTEM PAINTER'S SUPPLIES-White over-
-Installed and
2757 Plrb.n Ave. Phone 825. WInI Street. Phone 5301. AND DOWNSPOUTS in RUGS j BABY BATH TUBS-WriUe enamel. STOVES Just received i I electric refrigera- ; l alls, patty knives steel wool and
I tee tR UPHOLSTERY I CAMP a tor. new stove, household guaranteed. Call for a free demont.ton -
_ I 'CAE goods. U
I LANSING. I A smea work of Expert < S2. O. Also diaper pails complete large shipment. Bumby Hardware {I Florida Equip nationally advertised paints. GUdI -
OSEWISI-A! cordial invitation Lady .MCHIG. rilt7. I any kind hoods Gu.r.ntd.orkmati1 ar.. {I with cover, V. 50. Bumby Had.ae. 102 W. Church dihes. res.. baby for b.Ulnete and' .. M. Bule.. Phone I "en's._ _
mOlhprfno i sale. 39 Or&
by Bumby Hardware I etc. Phone Winter Park 4O9 day. Orlando Ph I 10* W. Church. Immelale
lOb-lth Rerene.PA 5626. How- 2-299. KJ.lz. Orl.do _ _ TRACTOR-i-No.. ,, leaving town. 1515 84.54.. PAINT-13 SO gaL outside paint for
ultra-modern 2-O077 S.
en t vthe in poe .kltb An. D.II.PRCC_ _ _I i Co.. ipoa W. Illht Dnn.un. Metal I If I" NEW LIFE for Jose rug. Cleaned Bt eGil.. bicycle for sale. CATPI Exce.. unit and :I I I 2-4097. Jef.nn Ph j,I II JOlE-! complete with 1'3 I S4.9O. Other bargains. ArneM Paint
.o i f .t : with be seen at 309 E. 501 E.I I'! I 8>ore. 407 8. Orange. 2-3TM.
This dream WE WHAT WE PREACH 1 live *team shampoo. Floor ,[r r. A J. Thomson. I FURNITURE-Davenport with match-1 motr stand. Telephone
Dprent Inspection at IIce. Tour" extends HOUSES W ASH b Steam master Rue Cleaners.. 323 E. King St. ;I Marts Street. _ Michigan Ave. I I i I ing chair: 6 leg dining table: small j!! 2-1022. !'
I .
Church Stret.JSAGB I from .until O. lei. Call for I j I'I House process Washing dlfer.nt... Call Sea Phone- 5460 I'!I I' BBY-BT STnZ HS-Extra CABL'-ia for com.r. Unfin buffet and chairs; reed lounge: telephone KEROSENE and 3 burn- ROOFING-90-Ib. roB to red. black,
Winter Tor Travel 2-32. ltI HUOHEY MODERN HOME repairs.Additions 25 Also doors $39.5O. table and : 1 and STOVE2 green. 43-n. roll smooth surface.
also for tell ,. b'lr. Ph ehal' t"1 er. ovens
; I us you .b Ibe bds bunr pr.ble
Slend.rln. Gilbert's Agency I E I roofing Nothing down. law with t4 0. Bumby > 30 East Harvard.CQlL5Fl5LNQ5'jabie |t I coil springs and Innerprl. ", Free parking space door. Shingles thick bolt IB colors Phillip

I lac* W. Yale: -Arrll. L.d.only._' :: DRIVING-September 9 or 10 t San ,HOUSES WASHED Screens and 3ft months to pay. if desi. Phn. Had. 162 W Chu.b.BOAT deck; innerspring i ts m.h..ny m.bo.n7 Wilson Leonard. Had..re, 319 8. Industries. Ine. Phone 2-1229.
: Francisco1946 Chrysler. Call I! windows. Look like 5028 for estimate. TRAILER-Brand $23. .lib nesan d cot .\< Orange Blossom Trail.KITCMISWA.RMAluxnlpum.
; MURIEL PARKER-Spiritualist. I White Cloud Laundry. Free estimates: work I Ii teed. A n.--rb m.tres PI.tor I;I tress. All like new. 2-2321
] St. Cloud. Irtalc ber winch Se C.l PUMPS electric deep and shallow
i Reading Circle Thursdays' i Call Autr.,. 6326 rol.r. rocker 318 Plteton. 5
da1.. ;; RIDE RESERVATION BUSES-Sunni- I Shot 11 N. Ora.ce. Winter set. entire pee j well. Easy payments, nothing down
8 26 St. at
p.m. ] Wash i land Travel 30 East Pine HONSERVCE General repairs. 30. Good Flares to Eat Park. i CIRCULATING HEAT 28- Bun IlNE. USED.-9-piece oak din Clear"l small appliances ., sad as little as S9 per month. Beli -
NOTICE am no longer responsible Street. Phone Bunaq. W t D do.. BED500M -Duble j 1 wood. G condton Nor SUtt. $59.50; sewing ma- .t A prices. Orlando Appliance i; many Well Drininc Pump Sappiy
for any debts other than my own. 531.I srln and caulking Service. Lc.ns j aprl .. S b. Hyer Stret. ';I chine. $1.5 9"2 .01 rug. $19 95; Co. 210 N. Orange Phone 4537.KELVINATOR I Winter Garden Rd. 1 mile east 'of
Signed Dan F Smith. 17. Hauling and Moving; I b.dl.'D.s..n Fa. CLOVER GRILL'-'The best food in 4 dresser. $I..er.or.. .m.t.Lake. An.,. CAT Lady's. Expensive Stroock.. oak bufet $125 maple secretary. : Aye Otis Vista Orlando: phone 7C87.
with Al-
NOTICE TO AURELTR My !I I LAWN: MOwE REPAE Also towA- customers. Reason Orlando. PtaBEDSingle color. Size 12-1.. Value $75.Sacrifice. $49 75 lb. capacity. articles. motr. Us.. POULTRY NETTING-Kitchen chairs,
home at Circle lawn i Call :j i $19 95: studio couch. s oUe J
Mather .
ALLIED VAN INC.-Nation's prll als Try S. Court. with box sprints and 13".50 hoes rakes, shovels door ma's.I
been from the market LE. I I. i I I':I of Orlando. 36 E. .
withdrawn largest movn goods. seler Co. 2309 N. Orange Ave. mattress. Simons day bed. mattress DAY CLEANING EQUIPMENT- I Economy Furniture. 332 West Church
at of Sept. 6. J. A. Powell. I Small washing '' KITCHEN SINKS Double
Call boiler press ma- ; Street phone 9217.
Fidelity Storage & WarehouseCo. :
MIRRORS mad. to WHEN PLANNING a and 3319 ClayPine I Ii dr.m; '
NOT RESPONSIBLE for debts .. for tree estimates on your long order.Indo.REILVERE glass. Or I II I dmg reception b.nQue.I .prn. Blspr.d. rhin. electric motor. Price $373. for FURNITURE SPECIALS-9PCwal-!! complete, with .trale. Ilxl.C POWER. MOWERS.-Cttaton. 4 cycle.
: faucet .
checks commitments or purchasescontracted distance moving. 56-61 W. Jackson I & Mirror l"s.: 5249.MATfRESSES party call Long wood Longwood... St.BABY CARRIAGE-Thayer. I .u x R.. watkins, 29 Salem St. I I i nut dining room suite. 8-pc. Grand ;< torte Hdw.trap. 2S24 S114 KuhL k. Wjc- whirl wind type. S162.SO. Used

fo by anyone otbr than St. Phone 2-318. : RENOVATED RusS I 1 for suggestions Hotel rendition. Can be seen as G. Pta.DAVENPORTUsed. I I Rapids dining room suite S. Bed I I power mowers. $40 op. Orlando Weldr.
myself. T. E. tEdlson) is not I AERO MAYFLOWER TRANSIT CO. !I Mattress Co. the most modern pr.e. St. or phone 6O70.i $25. Can be ,!I sofa $49 SO. Painted K1MSUL""The pre' Lalatn I inc. phone 9B<4.
an employee oftiorr or a stockholderla -Long distance moving.. Call equipment to 31. Good at 1123 SUgh Bl.t Telephone I j I I $89 50. Cash or terms. Jenkins Fm::i Make your .
either Inc.Dr. .Pppr BoUl. Co.. ofOrl.ndo I er Van and Storage service for JOIn tre we sterilize 'oC"d: mattresses recover la; j I| Things to Eat i BEDROOM household SUITE furniture.-4 pieces and All ether le'athan 9a ____ it"1' Exchange. 229 Boone St. I|, Smme. and Winter. Mills & Nebras

Rulo Copr.ton. estimates; .l loa moving storage the most satisfactory .,. 1122 WChurch )i! FRYERS-Live or dressed 45c Ib. 10 months old. Call Eustis 319 DEEP FREEZER-Double unt 1946 FRENCH HORN bas violin sousaT I PUMPS, WELLS. WATER SYSTEMS
Orl..do. 1.or and shipping : 2-2213. Live weight. Just off Cheney Highwsy I I Green. modeL Excellent Approximately phones. cornet trumpet LAMP SHADES-Parchment and silk.
A.rn-I.d.tone. or .y 1400 S. Division ph. 7988.DEEMS I ''' saxes. The Music All sizes and styles. Johnson Vie-
: 9 cu. Shoppe. IS
I II on Mills Road. W. tt Bar.al Complete. No down payment. 36
.nlerrl 1th .h my name how. BLANKETS size. part wool. 2-2762. |: er Arcade. tric Co.. E. Church.LUMBERAll
Is Orange DELIVERY Service phone Check with I IOfrn Fire 83.95. Orlando Furniture 125. Pone M..rd-I 2 months to pay. William Oakley. 99IT.
I .r1 cuar.ntP. Co. 141
Cu.&l.t. Ruon I. Harris la manager 7673. light moving and hauling; I Slu.r 1 Mai St.Phone ORANGES. Oranges. Oranges! Plenty I' and 615 W Church Street. DUNCAN FHYFE dining room table. i I kinds dlmenlon Garland; 6332. '
Bottling Co. of every load insured; r.son.ble r.t.j 8158. at Leon's. We deliver phone 4232 '' 6 ladder back chairs. 2 with arms.$75.C. I reasonable Slabs a.d edCn.. .
do. Pppr Rulon Beverages Orl.n D soil W. Central. BABY" HIGH CHAINS Blonde finish J. Meadows. 1418 40th St. I i' FURNITURE FOR SALS-Singer sew- for sheds, chicken cop fen.etc.,
*Inc.. Inc.. and the only other PTUC-SVIeT H. I Priced. from 5.75 Orlando Furnl- DAVENPORT Matching chair.i' ing machine. 149.5 2pie'over only SIS 00 M. Also bar- I POCKET KNIVES-A- good selection
ti Ib.
I SOc Co. 141
A a and 615 W Church
other than P. O. TREY5PesQu.ll. St stuffed living $49.50: 3- >: reil.and up. 1401 W. Washing- and
person mnel aulhorsl j Box 102. Llar PLUMBING INSTALLATION phone Blonde frame. Blonde core table. i I I high grade pocket knives. SI JO-
to make purchases tbet bh.l. Phone County 3R12.rLRDVAN6ORAGE. 5927. I -BEPrSSDeWattrs. 229 IlLinois. piece bedroom suite -with box sprint tn i ij up. Knox Stores Co.. 29 E. Ping.
R. Carl Harris. I and spring $125 I LAWN MOWLicS.and ."
I 1t.1 CO. And Materials. Complete stock of I .Inr ma\tes ; N proven Phone 2-3163.
I neT small droo leaf table DlSTABL ch.l. S a.- good washing machine quality W. stock
NOTICE-to aU-Ralor. at Chicago roughing materials and fixtures.We 32. Articles for Rent i plates etc 1.r' parts. Bum- ';I PUMPS-For the farm or home. Big
):'o i 2007 Illinois Avenue Eat. tor non 11 GlD.o gain. $65: open front book by 102 W. church.LOUVERS'Oalvanized .
3743 h. or Cleveland. Ohio. Phone 5286 guarantee prompt ItaaUon no | H.r.ae. i and lIttle new and used. See our
bn A.rnu.
$14 95
vithdrswa from the for free estimates. 133-5-N. M.ln waiting for scarce m.tn.l. Es BULLDOZER for Rent-Central Fla. I DINETTE SET maple spring; b.]$39 0 S .inner i I $i.95T'i. I Ieast' I I 1 I stock Farm Home Machinery
corner blue !
piece ; ; Alexander
this_date. BlD B I. Powell. GENERAL HAULING -Large small timates cheerfully o.n 889 Contrctor Call Winter Park 510 matr Steel Sales ce. 100 W. Ame- O. 43O W.Robinson.PLYWOOD .
or Smith
bedroom rug and pad.
Libby & BEVERAGE COOLER-4-Ft. t.bIDe.Ietrlc r..e. con lie: ph.
REMOVE USHAI.Uh I loads. We sell and deliver rich top Fem.O'1 or 32. i st ice refrigerator bre.Ua\ dltlon $65; S-piece so set 2-142 2OOO pieces *s-iii. PlT-

out electricity. Exe .r.lhdlsorae soil. Ph. 5665. FR SANDERS_ New American '' Polished aluminum with set. 01 1329 19th St.___ : porcelian top table. LTHEl Bend. B Lc precision ,,' wood. lTx37" and larger. Priced
For appointment call Local moving: new edger. Reasonable rat.I I I for lasting ..t.lnl DOORS-2-8x7-O. 1 used store gas r.nf$24.50; 3-burner oil 11.5. bncb. drie. 5* h.p. I i I at 8c to 20e per square foot. Ho isle
K OIBERG'S .tel tn .
C. .d. In change Four i, for less than 100 feet. Phone 5395.
2-2. packmz. Also PLUMBING R. Burke. 1805 S. 1umb,. 185t wear. Disappearing doors that doors. Telephone 9932. 1817 North IU.S oil range $59.5 independent chock .I'i'I
agent for Delcher'a Long m.lan ISTALTON-H.r. I FLOOR SANDER-Edger and polish-i slide into the cabinet out of the way Orange Avenue. si.Ie ,o.el $3.75; clr.tr ment. Brand and extra equip- PLYWOOD-waterproof fir. available
Moving 5O8 Stacy St. Dial PlumbSrte. Witei Pak er. AU new.. or ran be reiroved completely forcleaning i I all ice tlike De. ; Winter ne.. Phone 218 Green I! IB Vt-ta. 4x16 ft. 9x14 and 3x16.
I Amole P.I' Stor I DINING SUITE'-Junior size 9 { Garden.LUMBER2O.000 I i iI
LONO DISTANCE-MOVING- 498-1 I 407 S. Orange. 2-766. I or loading. Tow extremely I I Spanish solid oak.p.c.Price Seweil Thurmond Furniture Co.. 12'' Pine Castle Boat ft Construction

WANT-ADS plnt. Packing crating local mov i FLOOR SANDERAND EDGER also |I large heavy copper coils withl'.iin. I $130. 1710 c.sl.n. Ave. !' W. Pino S Pbote 4070. I ; 2" 1 I i ix i I Co.. phone 2-265. -
PLUMBING I tsut Or.I' 4" 2" 6". fm'
In SEVICEWesCntr.11 and aluminum fins :, x all .
before buyIng
A Storage Co. c.bln..nder and floor polisher.Wyckoff' i PIANOS-See Associated -
MOle Plumbing .. ; ., 1.n. ; ''
for 115 W. O Prjgne 8154EMPTY I !i Hd.. 2524 i for greater absrton givesmaximum 'i -. lencths 17.S pr Uond. x a piano. We guarantee to give
Bryan Day 2-2236. Night 7538. | Kub 2-22. cooling to of the DOORS sash of white pine; eablet. FURNITURE-Mew usedFay lOg. mot ln.tbs. thou the largest trade in value for your
VAN returnfcg .Y. points PAINT ESTIMATES Color suggestions. {{ TYPEWRITERS makes also adding I' cabinet quickly and economically. ,ren lawn chairs j cash and save 10 an 23 per cent sand. Ag Street. Sunshine I I I present piano. Floor sample Spinet
en route. Return load !
all of
BUYINGSELLING' machines by week month. woodwork. Orlando
i or Ph. 855R,
rluC Reliable painters recommended. : on your Bass Furniture zed winter from $495 up. 10* down delivers.
r.t. Unltrd 243 W. 60th. Office Equipment Exchange. Smith- Walter J. Inc 61 ; Ind.\rle.150 W. Wash. Co pUlha.. i Park. I
Circle Hatch. 6001. At Ollddens.FAL'4TINGVxi2 i i Wicox. i. Robi' Wocrf j 62S Church St. Phone 582O. 1 Associated Stores. 143 N. Orange
Coons Agents 220 S. Main St.; 885O. | j i I
: I t sn FOI.dee 1n FLOOR COYTRING-Congo-wall Soc I LURE5ah.mz. 14x18. S2.70.. Ave. Phone 9300.
$12. using rom .1n.D'VEWRIR-RTAL-SPle !! CRESSES 1 two-piece black and I! per foot, printed linoleum 1424. Lumber ,I POWER UNITS Continental engines
I -
Services Offered ..l
1 I: I
1 two-piece grey print. Size 19. I Co.. N.
TRADING I 119. I M Helland. 2-4287. I 98e so. also broadfelt. At Glid1 and Railroad. for agricultural and indus
\ Check with George S'I BOAT-Fine Northern made. Both are new. Teiephone7l49.DOORSSizes 1 I J "
I Stuar 1 i i LOCK SETS-Ringes Sid"- trial installations. Florida Pfe *
AWNINGS. CANOPIES-Roll PAINTING FREE-Special; 1 IdnSt..phone5j55.TOOL 1 d.na j i ; haw: ,
HIRING j talus Venetian blinds cur order ceilIng and using .rm I j | Monty ct .lb.t. Good .l 2'0" x 1'8N and 2'4" x'4 1 locks: builder's hard.ar of an Supply Co.. 63O W. Church (Street
!! Free estimates. IOA'n with each..l de paint Job. I IPAINTING I RAPet .pr"ers skil- ;j' needs sm. rpl. Pie $1OO- or 68". 1 panel; 3'0" "'0". 1*% 5p.nel FLOOR FURNACES-Automatic gas''j kinds. Smyth Lumbr N. Orange Dial 8118
Co.. 821 I paint saws bnch.a.s mewrrs l.l.l cost 850O. Guy Ellis awd .few odd door All I burning I i and R.Ur.d.LUNDRY .
i used. Free price installed.
RENTING Hllkr.st Ave 261.I Blt material pstiate. flooring p.e Oarage. Winter Park. Mills and Nebraska. .p C. Jay PIPE-Portable lock Join and slip
I Any I 2-21 ; "u1pment mixer i prcs RallieS, Display Rom 717 East !I TUBS Double. With' Joint for grove and farm Irritation.
ARM CKS-REPAUtE n. I and misc. Yon.'s Tll RentcL 100 BUDDING CLOTH Fresh supply. and used. from .
mixing Florida Pipe Supply Co63O
-House painting an I W. DEKse. P Wah.tn .t.d. f.u"t S32 ,
DIAL I We fix c eltrc. B.rlr"WpmeDt Rp&I conserve your money improveyour ;i W.shncln 732. West Bumby Church Hardware Street. Company. 102 11.S \ $93. Buines I tem.. Wyekoffs Hdw._ 5.I W. Church. 6118.
. 48 W. home safe Co 390 N OrA. LAWN '
Sp Ce.tr.l. 69.i paint with Stanley 33. Articles for Sale MOWERS-Hand and power' PATCHING PLASTERS-Crack filler:
4161 i i AWN you I P. Curtis tor estimates. iWaOMSE- Walut .ltr. 545. ;' FLOOR NAC- A.lm.ti oil I .prtd. He.e tmmen. Terms cbaulking compound: plastic wood.
1 GSX-q-h .iU -'CaU-93 I.m. DROP 00 and burning Jay Smyth Lumber Co. N. Oraage and
your For fr repairing of ATTIC FAN-875. 3 way radio inter- drawers portable 1322 CT8 0 t 12 prl. I.taUe 254 Kuh.LDDERtpt.lh
I call Mr. cO,- at I all string Becker 720 S < t.rpauln. .d $1656. P.Ulet East Railroad.
at Dsp. Rm
145. 1 71 and
I Florda.stl.te A.0. Co.. 432 S. 926.. I Franklyn St.Ilrment.Phne .mmun..tn., itm set Ph .ma.. Shorewood Uarage apt)D Lnt.str Park. i, Lubr. Co. N. Orange and .IRailroad. i ". I ange and R.Ia Lumbr C N etn. '1 (Continued On Next Easel


of Orlando. who died in Miami]' He was born in ZeUwooi in 1877. phi Thursday, be held at a will be made hi the family plot

Rites ScheduledFor Friday after a long illness.A and had resided there all his life. and place wi t announcedby f under the direction of the Page- Pine Castle NewsPINE I has charge of decorating Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Lancaster

teacher in Florida's public j He was a extensive citrus grower. Page-Theus b home. Theus Funeral Home. CASTLE Officers and Recent guests at the I. W. Wine- I! and three children, formerly ofI

schools for 62 years, Airs. Terry :I Besides his widow. Mrs. Nor I Cpl. Branch Fera wa native of teacher of the Methodist Church gard home were Mr. and Mrs. I Winter Park, are now located ioj

taught in the :Marion Countyschools i May Goolsby, he I sUr"e. by Webster and had served in the FUNERAL SERVICES Charles Winegard and children of their home
: new Central Ave.
school will meet plan activitiesof i j on
Mrs. before going: to lam j' three daughters. Armed Forces for the past 19 years, II For Mr. 76. t Winter Park, and Dr. and Mrs. i Mrs. R. E. Thompson and son.

TerryServices horn Orlando 25 years agoSurvivors I Dmgez Tampa; "Mary I'I with 41 months i during George L Slipp. the year Tuesday at 7:30: Hay and son also of Winter ( Warren, arrived this week frpm
Eop Pak
include a son. R. P, Waker. and Mrs. Pearl World War II. by who died Thursday in St. Cloud, at the parish hou. p.I Mr. and C. announcing California
I As and
i suive Wyat a Chicago.
Ter member of the Dade Coun- Orlando; seven grand I I his widow Mrs. I will b held at 10:30: a. Monday I The SOS "i meet Monday I daugh j Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Roe returned
in Greenwood ,
at the board two other Brach
grave : : sons children and I
shol great grandchildren !'I Wintsr Park; his mother. I Eiselstein-Wigginton Home with Greta on Conway ter. Sandra, born Thursday..sarLelieIa.iaieaiacaaansasistmso. I I Saturday from Michigan
Cemetery will held at 2 R. H. Terry. 1am. and C. E. lie Branch Sa'I i Rd., when installation of officers
b Pompano two
Terry. Tampa daughter I The 'I ; sters for Funerals with the Rev. H. : : ,, ,
Tuesday for 'I 1 : body will lie In state in L. C. Hardest L i .nl b made. '
pjn. Mrs
r Myrtellej Mrs. B. E. Hardacre. Jacksonville.The Fairchild Funeral Home Mrs. adI I Webb officiating. Interment win Society of Christian I
unti Sarah E.
Harris Terry 8. a former resident I Pompano: Women'
body will b brought herefollowing noon Monday. Service ,j one brother Har of b in Mt. Peace Cemetery. I Service will meet Thursday at 2:30:

I services i Mia tomor held at the grave at 4 pan. Monday Miami. Ttn C.'Brnch p.m. in the house. Mrs. 1-

I row. The Rev. in McDonald Cemet.r. I TIN CAN INVENTOR DIESFAIR. i W. Roe will par. E I Winter Park Telephone I
officiate the
INCOME at ceremonies
PLANNED .1'i I MRS. DORA P..ORTLBUOMr. Con[API Julius L Plans are now underway for the ,

i; Carey Hand Funeral Homeis MR. PERRY M. HOWELL F. 80. inventor, and { Youth Fellowship be i iI

PROGRAM in charge of arrangements.MRS. Mr. Perry M. Howell. 62. of Dora P. Fort.I I pioneer in the development of the held in the parish baquet't p.m.Friday. I Company '
Lockhart. died in a local hospital 64. in Oxford tin died
; can yesterday. I Ernest Quinby is chairman
I Saturday after a long illness. Mrs.
Saturday alter illness ot of the committee.
earl a program Billy
CURRENT YIELD/ Mary Frances Cer I : months. I For was a lifelong resident of Ox- I cooled sufficiently any :I Stone is in charge of the I offering .

- 79. die at her rsidenc 90' I, Mr Howell had been a resident i I I and was a member of theWildwood '' \ liquefy. g! committee, and Gay ration : 4% CLASS "B" CUMULATIVE PREFERRED

5to5!% TUB A'e. Saturday. She i survived of Orange County for 30 Church of Christ. I! _- STOCK :

by a daughter. Mi Su- I I coming here from yeas. Surviving are six Sons, Hey : Par Value $100.001 '

zette Chalmers of : the He Is survived by Pelm and Donald, of West Palm ; x ,

1 brothers, Philip L Rard I Ethel ; h son 1'idow.William Mr I Maha Thomas and Atn.Bach I Pay by check for SAFETYYou

:O. .. and Joseph E Revile of New York I Howell Howel; Grover and Oxord. and James PRICE $100.00

City and Robert I*. Revile of Red I Pelham brter sister. Mrs- I : two daughters. Fr M. do not have to keep sums of cashon

STAN COMSTOCK Bank. N. J.; two str Mrs. Lillian Belle Tom Hwel two stepchildren -I IE. J. Worley. Lcohe. and Mr.'I hand with the Prospectus Available

Revue and Bath, G. C. danger of .
I Investment Securities Mr. Lu Win USN, and Mrs. I Ryold Bach; consequent : '.

. I New. York City. I Helen Feral services I two Mr Poll having it lost stolen or misplaced. Inquire

t ., 70S Lake Davis Drive Services will be held at 1 am. I will Carey :, Plant City and M. W. Fort, I "

, P"ST.lbN DB aaOrtand > Tuesday in the Fairchild b cnduct Oxford four % CARL .
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Ferl1oe. : Hand pjn. Sunday by ; Ror GALLOWAYPRESIDENT

; Place and date itr-'' the Rev. George .Downs, with ;, Perry. Bowling Green; CITIZENS: NATIONAL RANK L

t; Representing ment i b announced ltr. interment in Grenwo Cemeteryat Edward Perry Tapa and Grover I : 28 East New I

i T. Well O'uke Ine. 10 Perry, Oxford. f ORLANDO England Avenue .

: Member NJl MX MR., OLIVER GOOLSBY a I Funeral services will b held i Member Reserve System Member F : Winter Park, Florida '

Mr. Oliver Goolsby. 70. died CPL. SAMUEL :M. BRANCH Oak Grove Feerl .l.C Phone :'

I Daytona Beach Fe early Saturday at his home in Funeral services for CL Samuel i Sunday at 3 Cemetr.P. Widwo. I E at Court St 714J No. 503 |

i ZeUwood following a brief illness. M. Branch,.41, wh i Mem- i Orville Boyd ofcit. Interment



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';[ ;;: From Preceding race I I 33.!__Articles for Sale 40. Pet Stock and Supplies ; 47. Rooms for Rent 50. Wanted to Bent I t 51. Houses for Sale j I I 51. nooses for Sale j, flDouses for Sale i nnhaJ &ttntl-&tar

JJ. Articles for Sale WAf HINO MACHINE E.s Spin COCKER SPANIEL K C. 7 Week CLOSE IN-Twin bedroom: also sinS 2 ROOMS kitchenette and bath .n- '1 CITY 1..IKIT5I from Ken- COLONIALTOWN Modern 3-bed- I ORLANDO FLORIDA

du.r. !qo. Telephone- 2-1949 White Black. Red. Blonde. McDonald e room. Beautilally tarnished.gummcr I furnished northeast aectlosw etaoa i ii i sncky Ave. 2 bedroom bungalow room. tile bath s atom stic oil Ii.r- .

jiNIYES-4Oc and UD See WATCH ---tili Railroad and Place. Plymouth. Phone 3 24Apooka. rates. Ph 2-1647._ i in close to bus line. By middle seed tarnished. City water and lights Immediate i i nace in basement. See owner. 339N. FERN CREEK SCHOOL SECTION .SEPT. 1. 1947 PAGE 13

our Oisrler Smyth Lumber Co. N : chaln. 442 Lake St. Apt 2. .___ ______ CLOSZ.L"zo.-Hlil r Avenue. ; lady Excellent references. Limit '10. bccupaacy. Price S45OO J. MfflS. Three bedroom. 6 room on large

mtff Ave_and_ Railroad._ ,! -WHIZZER -our COCKER SPANIEL-Pedizreed> AKC. Rooms with meals Adjoining or Phone $065.COI7PLE M. Robeson. 1317 Sllsh Blvd. Ph. DELANEY SECTION-ExcepttonaHy landscaped corner lot. Asbestos 51. Houses for Sale

types; Irrigation, indus- ': cost MOTORS tow Black 16 montos old. Fully iaoc- private baths available_ '' want small apartment or 8206. _ _ fins 3 bedroom home with fire shingle- siding beautiful oak ftoocs.

P: Florida Pipe & Ir..polaUn We "altal a :nlated CaU 24431.CHIHUAHUAB CLOSE IN. lovely twin bedroom; bath. '1 house eisht months- Must have CLOSE I Splendid 3-bedroom bangalaw. place modern kitchen garage laundry Only four years old.. You will like

630 W Church ph. 8118 enmplte par. h..e 0 ', ..."... A real bargain at 811.004. .- everything about It. Priced at 812.-
.", factory mechanic Pedigreed male pup Single rooms Private home: 18 N. phone. Up to $125. P. O. Box 1350. garage. Nice landscaped lot. 500 00. atortgaae $ .OOO 00 Cash LAKE VIEW-Owner transferred out ,
531 N. Or-
t Hampton.
'ptWP5H.04 force bra Ulmr help you Whir Motor Satet. pies Dana Roadside Park South Thornton; 2-33S ___ Orlando. _____ 89 500. unfurnished. Terms. Caveaaugh. ange. iOIJ.DELANEY S450OOO. See Reggie Moffat with 0 of City. Says sell BIT new con

for s.l. NOrang.Av Pn 2WlOH Orange Blossom Trail 8 miles Southof L06ll--First floor: Is kef rent. ROOM AND BOARD Wanted by Realtor. 43O8. P. Swope. Realtor. 110 East Pine crete block home well located large

Cekooa Machinery Comp.l. 138 3O. Orlando. _Well furnished. 309 E. Robinson. young man twenty-four needing a SCHOOL SECTION-Close phone 5812. After office boors call Irving-room lane kitchen with tile

pest South St.l. .*" heater. aamaU cocicis'SPANIEL FUFFIXB-.Recisturd -' CATSELBERRY-- Azalea Lodge little personal attention preferably COLLEGE PARK-Furnished 6 room to stores and bus. completely furnished 1-408O. I drain; 2UJe bath stIle
aFG-R-ror-orslt ana U tlona4O.. Phone pedigreed Box 534. -- American Plan Hotel: riding horses. in nurses home. Outdoor activities home with 3 bedrooms screened 5 room house. tarts.and airy I fan: attached satire: 7$ front let
2-3. bedroom. mo5.DV..I0 floor
WA w.r.trr Garden Rd.. 1'j miles north fishing hunting in season. Winter and pleasant companionship essential porch and sarage Attractive front !, Venetian blinds ttclkded. All wr
garth Lumber Co. N. Orange and THTWnt hR-e.:. of incinerator Park 9174-W. Send all particulars to Box 573 and back grounds. JUst off Edtewaief plans.: Price furnished 88750. $2500 12-500 08 terms See Martie
1.ln. Drive cash will handle. Phone A. T. -Buster" FAIRVTLLA New five concrete ,. 21 West Washington
RsSroad. Quick possession. Hanow: G. room liams. Real
J S-Ssar.
? 520.trituo. DOG& RD&D. stnll dIPped iOS"i" _ _ _
I, Desirable room. Near Frederick. 118 N. Oranse Ave. Dial Carter. 9516. Jamerson and Car- block house plastered Inside nine St. Phone $!.
umfaWTOR7ru-. MACHINES Standard and bathed Ruble Small Animal Onus and shopping. Apply today SMALL UNFURNISHED or partly 8188. ter. Realtors. 12 S Main. floors. screened porch. large Urine

.ple. furnishings. Scrap Mi'' and spinner type for immediate Horpjtal 1600 N-Orange; 404*. at 39 East AmeHa.! furnished apartment. First floor '1\a Great to Live In Orlando. | ANET-S .- Just off> We have room large lot. 1MI212. Unfurnished LANCASTER PARK Pew costcrstMack

"Eou. 9883 ..bel dlver. OlD Appliance Co 210 'LMATIA"N.i .'d.-Cii-t GUEST COTTAGE room and bath preferred. References. Box 2O 8-3tar I that 3-bedroom with 2 batha. 2-car 16000 00 with 81.5OOOO cash. i I 3 bedrOom bu* atow. tOnt

________ Nigel of Stock-Dai. Crickets Aen For further information FURNISHED HOME
Phc 4S37. telephone OUEST or large saraie. etc. which yoa have been See Gould with Johnston Henry. Broker Floor foraace. 75
an -210 Ib thick butt shing 'all popular and Kennel! P O. Box 93. Longwood. Fm 2-0135 I house Good location by reliable COLONIALTOWN a splendid to- _klDIl for. All rooms are large and 6w jhurchSt Phone 8845.FERNCREEK !I bath and 11I.. this 313.73000 .
WICKs h.wr ft. tot. 93 730. buys -
Colors green r d. red Mend ,, Knox DOG FOOD. Kribbies and X-cel: doc HARWOOD bath r..id.ate on or before line 1. Box cauoa for school stores and bus cool including the lane front '
Stores screened .
Co 25 E AVE 818-'-Private with M J
home. StrtpUnc
ffiate blend also roll roofingall colors Pine POone remedies and sjoplics. Orlando X-cel : 19 S-Stsr or cmllA[>opka 3591 is this 3 bedroom home. large living Beautiful SECTION bedroom
2-3183. porch. shade trees. Lovely
and hot and cold -
-and 15 lb. felt. Store.: Dial 2-3S24 entrance: water room and lovely screened porch frame bungalow built In '41. Oak Moom. Broker 132 S. Main; phone
conk R. WAITS heat twin beds bus. CaJ BRIDE GROOM M"uiae1KII1.- room srrangement. Cannot be duplicated -
; AND "
915 8. Diviion HEATERS-TableTop. caf garagf I11.5OO 6477.
Co. P. 30 nA FEATHBBSTOCKINO Offer ; .terms. -Speak I* Spietel'Whttoey floors. large living room Completely -,
I : at price offered For Information -
capacity Immediate delivery. Or. 2-1458 before 9 or after 6 D 1D. apt or house'. Permanent workin Spiegel Heal-
Realty Co.
IA.iiEs-E1ectrlc: and gas. A at stud the two top Cockers atDaytor.a or I".clonod.y call furnished Including modern aU gas
-iU I.n AP.n 210 N Oracle LAKE-n- -Nice'Pi.-tO quiet Best references furnished. tuna. 706 Metcait Bidg. 2-3269. kitchen This sold MANN! SECTIOW Ton donS'ucoally
to C must be at once. LAKE
mod pl.as every show Beans Joe of Feather- 875 limit. Phone 24402YOtJNOMANEveausg : 2-4470 or see Geo P. Brass RealtyCo !
aD. will Increase set yours Pe : stockin-.. black. Best in snow, and Men or couple. All conveniences COLONIALTOWN SECTION Near ] 19 E. Central. Phone 2-3155 I $7.950. Stripling with M J Mas get something; far nothing

before they to UP. YOUTH BIn good urns Son O'Featherstocklng. buff DIal 2-083 Star Reporter High School and ; Broker. 132 S Main: phone M77. i but in this case we are offering a lot
Orlan CU.IU Grade SchooL New
and Service. 6O8 N. OraDe Sw waterproof m.Ure. .' Best of a:r..irrs Fee 825 Puppies LARGE'FRONT B BEDROOM 1tI-Prt- wants nice room with private bathor 3 bedroom concrete brick bungalow. for a little. 2 beqranggg bath extraI
showrr Must be within six blocks I YERNCREF.K AVE. Modern well I screened porch very largeliving
available.!! 835 Mrs R. B. Stabford.Oraaee sate home for women or couple.prsvlegc 'I large front
ra 2- of 88 limit. Call Townsend 1300 square feet Hardwood floors.TI. shaded 2-bedroom frame ..&..
F newspaper. dining room extra large
W Esther
Home 34
LIGHT" ; room
FtVE iRON llvin ;
.Ci! ..
I bath. Corner lot.
room Immediate
REFRIGERATOR- t- : NewsroomI possession ADAJR-IV ANHOE SECTION story. Lane living room circulating oil i I and
punt. 10-ft At rout..iCt11 ftur. I five e.al I iron dining FOX TERRIEH PUPS.-.SIO'! Small lARS-LUcat E-Twofiiiat I Well financed Call Mr. i each side has 2 lance bedrooms. heater room. screened porch oak kitchen. aUltty mom garage

Alt.. Winter Park. 2MX. .. : bracked. .2 mixed breed 85. Rabbits all sue !:'lD beds 109 Lucerne_CIrcle.ORAKOK I MOTHER AND HIGH SCHOOL SON Bridges with Joe G. Myers. Realtors sleeping porch living room dining floors and furniture Included at fnut trees. A "149 already plot of ground on the
desire house with goad mortgage
beautiful to rent small or apartment. a
: 1- for Iron .t. 3'4x4 ft., suitable Dial 116 _&It for 191.111._ AVE.. 473 S -Large Irvraz Preferably unfurnished. Reler- for showing. 8881. "Fine Home" i loom bach and kitchen Pr.n.od gaooo Allen Johnson Realtor 14O property. Price ".. Harlot CFredrick.

iERATSG-MACUf. i iron grilled Carom trtanstular 4. 7 ft. heavy salt- PUPFTBS-Purbr:two months old. bedroom. 4 windows. iwmotifullT eons Box 10 8-Star oolLEozPARK-Three bedrooms i I rear porches. I side completely furnished N. Orange. 8612. "Specialising in Broker. 116 N. Orange
support- "
539 Winter park vaccinated; Chinese Chow male furr.hed. Private bath. Get own lifetime construction oak floors. | both sides vacant So buyer j Homes ,< DIal 8188i
a"l fo Monterey balcony. Pfc. San- &3O- female S2O. Scotch Collie female. breakfast room Lovely quiet home CHRISTIAN COUPLE derires apart- Cal floor furnace, tUe bath plenty .fclosets. I j canarnanue 2-car garage, fruit tress
lisT12 one 8 3x11 3 ft". 923 3.oB'UL. 815" t nr.-nt or small house. SSO a monthi I! I..e.... also 2 larae Iota for deeelopmesi.s. I GRAND AVE5room concrete block
I : English Shepherd. Toy Spitz. Both gracious and
each 624 Ridge- weed ORANGE 473 BeautifaDy i limit Will fusnish best local refer- i i finest of locations Some buneatow Wood floors. 2 low. I i LANCASTER LAKE 88CTION Two
Shepherd. Fox or Rat terrier males Priced at S13.5OO 00 S3.6OO 00 will
wood Ctr 815. females $10. Shipped COD furnished Nice home. Convenient. et.ces Ph. 2-2820 handle Balance SC7.00 per month. terms Immediate, _UIOa. Exclusive t.VVJO. term A. T Dorsey. Brake ; bedrooms steccng porch furnished
: blue Bro.clm-with ant underbrush For free demacul ra- our approval Marian Kennels. or week. MIDDLE AGED business couple Prescott V Steeie. Broker. Dial call Mr Ohio 2-O642. I have 5M N Orange: 4412. 81w.5 O-8MJO aafarnisned -

i0-: r lion dial 116 and sub 4OR12 or write Fountain Inn S C 'F RK-iAKE SECTION-Lar.e. cool. wishes to rent small house or garase ?-lyi8West Central Avenue the keys and will show and eve detailt. reasonable terms ClyMcK.m*.

with attachment 7'2 x 9 floral finn.1iw '' MHjusardLpistrlbutoj-. 915) PEKINGESE Private bath Suitable for 2 gentlemen. 'I. apartment furnished by the : _. I A I.. Ohio Real Istate. 108S. GOLDEN ROD-Only 20 mInutes from 1! Broker. 104 W Central: 2-4775.
PUPPIES Pure white Orlando 1 6 acres with modern 2-
rag: 2-wheel trader. Ph. Winter :I MOVn'orhIile. pa- also red Mrs J. W Conned. 840 Call 2-0916____ yeartSO per month Ph. 2-1107. COLLEGE PARK-"Special Priced Court bedroom home Solar water heater. LAKE FRONT DREAM HOME-The

Qgildeo. 38-Red._____ !!} Valentine St Melbourne. Fla ST. 3 JAMES HOTEL-South and I 1 I WANTED VERY CLOSE TN around reduced so that 83.400 down will oil circulating heater. Venetian blinds. i: most outstanding buy hv. an ele-

REFRIGERATOR-New. 9 f elt.I'> Bowstead'a Camera Shop. 103 c. Puop7'ag.ered. _curly Rosalind. Summer ratn. Single. I' post office suitable place for small buy this new and modern 6 room DCBSDR&AD EECION rooms and 28 large bearing citrus trees 1 car 1' .ant home I've had the pleasure to

Iiaowdiate delivery. FU.VS R Oranse. Call 2-1515. J i haired. five month black old female 86 week up: doubles. can 9253. office and living quarters. Mast be home. Tile kitchen tile bath. living bath frame bungalow going comDl i i tarage with storage space. Laundry i I offer Every desirable feature one
5 N Terry 907 reasonable. Good .tely furnished at (4500 King Real: room Nice place for dUck... ran imagine Mast be seen to be
t.r.U. Ph 9$2. WW J- iece curved sectional livIng Cocker Spaniel. 850 Boll 401 Lees- WASHINGTON ST E Sleeping nice private care room 18x11. Oak flooring throughout Only
Por.be! 'i' room suite coat S375. will-sacri burg I rooms Twin beds. Connecting bath. fiten Could vie cottaie. Permanent. Lot 75 x 135. Balance payable Estate. 30 E. Charch. 8435. Open 87.950 with terms. See Oeo. P Brass : appreciated It s really in the elite
lD1 MaJsti 12J.K. j No whatsoever allowed P.O Sunday Realty Co 19 E. Central. Ph CUM and priced surprtsinry low a1trS.OOO
batteries al oflce lice for 8375: new red living r..I 1 PUFPicS '1 YMCA-Attractive rooms for young drmxins see 95 per month R C. Babcock Jr. 2-3155.
PeAigreec Boston. A.K C. Mr Busch
chair coat 8I2S. will sell for Rex 18. with Robert R Tyre. Realtor. 13 W.Waxhmnston. : Terms If desired
-46J Rava. ST5; Teem Single or doable. S6 and up: GORE A VIt SECTION bedrooms. ,
Registered reduced Oak
c- '1 WaR) bed with leatherette bead prices iX-ECUTIvBSECRnARYdpstrf'. 6174. DUBSDREAD SECTION bedroom with Sam A Hutching. Broker. 400
lfGEA TOPefen W. Cn t. ', mile East of highway 17-92 Call 8O06 ___ ,, home masonry construction. Furnished Orange Av Phone 2-O583
lot. 15
sprints and Simmons extra bearing orange
mattress wIth livIng bedroom
Lon P'OObreakfas. lunch for apartment room. Is block from school and
or ;.ood-OVlC'o Rd and es' stores. Pricedat
I n. mD 865: covered bedroom and grapefruit trees Owner sen five
says sicrro* New
kitchen and bath S55 limit -
Drmmg Auction Co.TJJtWChurch for COLONIAL GARDENS 83750 for
PtJPp-i-rl'Vlll- 1 fined lady with widow aVtt Larae corner quick sale due to owner
Sal 310. of 17. Ironing 9 months old. for 89.200 00 On. of the best buys in screened
utilities Please floors
St 2O56. eh.t drw. ; 4or 5months. Telephone 9004ROoMWITHPRIVATE including phone lot. 5 room bungalow. 2 moving out of C112250 cash wiii room frame fine
board ad cover. 1 alma town Waiting for adoption. Can from 10 2-3278. 9am to 5 pm. Dubsdresd on nice high ground See porch lane sarace. Lan oak
RADIOS-Crosley and f.dacO- chair. Will < In''' a.m. to 5 p.m Orlando Humane 80- family rcu MY" doublegarsges 1 attached hardwood L. A. Bryaat with Hattie Williams handle balance lice reat. Louis 8. shade. Move riaht hi 87.7TT OS. wr.h
< SON said tome this"morning.. floors lot of 741 .. Broken 27 W. Washington
storage space.
-and table late del 21 6353.
type model Mr. Harold Strouse. ) 8 Bumby onable Telephone ] Realtor 21 West Washington St. Henry Broker -
I good terms Johnston
p- ca. : "Daddy. will we have to live in the Paint Drive. PR. 2-0886. Call Sundayor ,, 8412.
Bumby Hardware.
ables. 102 A. p. dark Motors. *89 N. Orange PUPPIES-Cocker Spaniel. AKC rect : EXTRA BOOMS with housekeeping Phone 8106. 6 West Church St : phone 6545
street I csn't. explain to that boy after 5pm. dnctnc week >, HILLCREST _
O AVE. 226 Drtve and
rrKADK Avenue.
t istered. Red. parti and blond. Price privileges for couple Apply at 1229 -
that people don'.ot him to growi CONWAY 1 LAKE FRONT ROME AND GROVES -
-I have 3 automobile AIR reasonable L. M. Wilson Rt. 5. SECTION-Weekend special. COLONIALTOWN bedI:I took at this beautiful bowie today.
your borne with Modern 3
in If :
rac up a home. you object to children !i If miles from city. petty constructed
it suits can for details:
far sale. Different makes. Harl this K- fan fo$Z5 Ph. 20346.304E 363. Highway 15. 2 miles east of .tER-RATa- weekly, please don't rent to me. Ityou've access New d garden frame land.bungalow Only S3.V3O.H on S. room frame bungalow in excellent We have the you key C us R Emerick. mode?. reiodenrw ef 6 room and
1418 Hamhn Ave
?ein. Ph. Conway Circle Dial County 116 and Oak
Harvard. repair. floors.
Well landscapedcorner
2-17. monthly. Beaatifal rooms siag.eor been a child once yourself! and bath IS acres sood citrus and tru-k-
rash. Harold V. Coadlct Realtor. I I Realtor. 61O N Orange: 7348
ask for 1907- f.ll.TROPICALFISH .
iEFGERAOank WE HAVE at the store next to __ double private baths overlooking have a furnished 2 or 3 bedroom :37 E Central. lot A bargain at SI3.5OO. tn* mil18 acres full bearing grave

the Post I Hartland. Furniture. Largest selection- Lake Virginia near transportation: house I rangice you local references Stripling with M. J Moss Broker. In pink of condition together with

phone 2-2675 clocks Ofi. and cop tn Orlando area. Acqoarinmg. supplies 500 Chase Avenue Phone W P 2'?._ and guarantee the best of care. Can 1328M_ ;_ :_phone 8977.COLONIALTOWN HARRISON ST. 28 1-Open for Inspection good crops. aoDTOximately 2 OOO
=: br Harry Coster. 138 RidgewoodDr P.y up to 8100. PO. Box 976. CLOSE IN-Several nice homes. price 2 to 6 P m. Sunday. 2 bed lake Priced to
RANGE w per. eler parts KICE LARGE COOL Roo C $7 OO 3-room cottage. boxes Of frontage
hu-t-ab- aD lan cut for quick sale. Owners leaving rooms and sleeping porch. Corner lot.
other and used. .off Lawrence Ave.. Winter Park Nearly new. Hardwood floors modern I
electric. .Good a. l. week Private beach riding horses HAVE three kids Tbe oniy level tow ft. A. W. Moore with WalterC Lifetime construction Basement furnace -
BEARS-Store eewitn TROPICAL FISH-Just received larfeshipment ai"; fresh m'k! free for our guests thing I ran do U ral*. them To Bacs. Broker. 217 S. Orange.COLONIALTOWN kitchen 8J5OO. terms P A. heat. 2-car garage. Owner. i Pain Hatchins. 2-OS83. 409 3 OrLaNCASTER -

and dixhrag fl"tur meal of fish and plants. C. BilL I !40T V Wahi".t"n St do this I have to have a house if Allison Realtor. 37 W. Washington j aoae Ave _

rcks. 15 FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY | 1226 Nebraska .PIfGROOMS Rernionab too want me to furnish more power ; 7!. PARK-BeautifU laxe
ns4. bin and other items. .. TWO b
Two .,
bungalow* HILLCREST s Near New
Pi..n. for -he next please fall 4721. -
war farnI
CONWAY BUNGALOW Furnished. 3 frontage. 137 ft atory. -
:>. Men : 1425 New .
Oaau. B. Tri at 2h. : 41. Poultry and Minphes 00 YorkJSt. Monday fully furnished on large lot. Good i masonry bungalow. 2 large bedI .,
or Tuesday and
Complete bathroom r.at-rim rent me a russia 2 bedrooms: large front and j I tehed: venetian blinda brick tile con-
SI GER SEWING MACHINE::EteeUic : sinks new and eti. refrigerators ROOM--A"ri BOARD-700 Woodruff home reasonable Ask for Mr. Miller. rental Income property. A bantam at rear porches screened: lane garage: I rooms attached garage: Venetian I,: gtmcUaa- rooms lane sun porch
portable. eondiUo. eteeMi BABY CHICKS. baby durks. COD 5'ref at ATOM St S9.SOO. 4OOO will handle.' Better Plenty fruit blinds and attic fan Included A I< 3 baths
.o washing machines larse chicken yards :3 bedrooms; maids roan:
broiler hot pUie.TkM stores-apartment and standard aa, Write (urice-lut.. Da'.U J..Clio.5 OVERVir.HT' GUFSTS by the night 1 51. Houses for Sale hurry Noble Smith. Real Estate 124S have your own eggs and fryer A lovely home in a perfect location. ,,! lane living room: fireplace: nice six

card table chairs Out Mills Hatchery. Roccmart. O"ortt'li. ".'IL Per quick sale price reduced to : -
electric ranees cabinet sinks automatic or vet! Call 2-2248 I! nice aulet restful home 86150. dining room: lane kitChen; reds
\0 'Nebraska first street East old gas water heaters and BABY CHICKS-Tunedo Fred-Store" |I CHFROKEB SCHOOL SECTION I'I terms Sam Johnson Co ._2O8 S Main.I', S9.5OO. 2. P. Mattox. Broker. 143 N. closets: beautiful tile bath and shower -

winter Park Rd. 1.2 HamamlinSHEETROCK commodes.TWIN h U S anProved Puilorum tested 47-1. Rf'ntalrndl" i Need a home near a school? See COLONIAL -GARDENS- '' Man 5809NOOM'K nice oak floors: 2-car garage

Aq 9OH W Church. 2-2821 or 733b J' ALTAMOSTE SPRINGSNew this substantial 5-room house on 100 house furnished bedroom POSSIBILITIES-Larse 4- i laundry tube: tile roof: steel sash
lot 70x142
= only Sunday 810- American Plumbusr Supply and AphaDf nlIcK.S -HamtiShlres. LANDLORDS will supply yon ft lot Garage Needs redecoratingbut 8I3.500.Owner. ft. bedroom home wIth a wide screened 1 steel floor Mists, furrowed wsUs. An
BABY New 7llGarden .
A Co 23- W. WashIngton St. desirable tenant free of charrearcl .. 2 bedrooms breezeway garaveattached. sell worth the price of 89500.Semmie porch on 3 sides 2 fireplaces. new 1 exceptional prewar home You w: '
blood! ie.ved. Wayne feed. Amco '
1 2t S ob .nation Just phone ns your 100x200 ft lot S85OO. Francuro. Realtor room 4 DUPLEX-Close in. Upper rents 885 roof an old substantial house set bare to See this ta appreciate the

8HWOLFS-Thick bttsln1 210 Fred S'urr, 300 West Robin soc.Pnone ":1r21'-. Gardner R'sl Estate A.enr term Cu'stnniArcade 7407.CtiINEYHlGHWAY. per month, tower for new owner. Furnished among beautiful oaks. '. acre land. beautiful lake view and location

1.. 1.1 Brck 25 a 5663. 29 S Court St Phone 2-4481 2 bedrooms Highway frontaie Some ; -Ju. t off. near ''. sp and Fruit plenty of Over 30 fruit trees beaatiful lawn. S23.OOO terms Sam Johnson Co 2O8

jl4v.2S24.Kuhl S29 UP Wyck- BED-solid oak boD lOp,; BABY CHICKS- S--Pnllomm tested WE HAVE RENTALS 83 aeniHrh.n'p i furniture 5 acres of grove. S10.5OO. new and old. on paved road. New hade lane lot. 2-car garage attached i A real value at S90OO. terms. C B. S Main
stttl; you'h _ _
_. .-- b. m.tr.S. 'Pr Stock. Immediate or future delivery. Gar n-r Real Estate. 29 terms.Altamonte. block 2-bedroom bungalow on lot'' wash house etc Really a substantial ; Realtor: 41 W. Washington:
ABC marbise. Estate f'g1S. i LAKEFRONT-Modem 3 room bungalow
PtfOVS-Modi.rn white porcelain Feeds and poultry supplies Soti'h Court Strr t. Office. Homer SewelL 100x535 Nice large screened porch prOOf'rta block from large lake. '

Mr Nat.ra or butane ga*> tt.D. ,' Hratrola cir ula'ing rom heater o Orlando X-cel Store. Dial 23624.INCVBATORt6.OOUexgmcohal.or. H stance, Winter Part _39". litany other features. 879OO. Harry S5OOO cash balance 815 per month as I! INDIANA AVE. with fireplace Large living
New. attractive 11
< all
burning with 50 gallon room larae drain room uie
Gore.BAtVUTLL. t.n. Hu k..I-o 1'11..1. Realtors 118 E. Robinson 'long as you keep upper rented and I
Heath. Broker OpposIte Vogue Thea- 1
checks Sunshine Poultry 481. Beach Rentals' bedroom (rime. Pine floor Ln- kitchen Combination sleeping porch
Ball bra good condition Reasonably priced. ; ; dial 2-3753. ter. Colonialtown: 8J53. live in lower. Nothing more to buy. .
ns FarquharK Apopka Ph 2681. mediate possession 842SO. "-, easn. : and card room. 1 car garage room

I aU steel Pnbl Complete Route IBox 126-, Maitiand.! Fla. OCEAN SE7N7tADE .t Coron.do :i COLONIALTOWN-.Clean 2-bedroom Total Mathews price. 815 750. Exclusive. William Howard. Broker.306 N_ Main; 7325. This is in a select neighborhood on
evSBt .r.1 p." I Dk. 34.-_... Art'desamea Phone Winter Park 2-2961- ip.-ell Net modern pfflrl..ncy frame home well furnished. Cer- J D. Kolar. 206 KALEY ScHooL SECTION blocks one of OrUado'i most papular lakes

Fa 2-176. R- LAYING HE.'sJi Hampshire r .rtm-ts on ocean Weekly $27.53 ADAIR LAKE SECTION-3-bedrOom ncr lot: city sewerage paving: gar- SMainja-4388or7811. j[ east. 2 bedroom frame bungalow Price 11000. S cash. Private par-

dei. office AXES-Furniture o an'1m ; sew- Reds. WinOs Poultry Farm. Taft. r-S., :;. One.hsf! mile north of frame: oak floors. full tile bath are. Convenient to schools stores DUBSDREAD SECTION_Large 3- > Nicer furnished. Only 87OOO. Own-I I Ua amy Write Box lwO9 Orlando

StfEWARE--&m forS-An' ine ...hln.s. haveto Florida i-j!'Let; Street on Peninsula Avenue' ctr sewerste: paved street ira. and bu*. Il .S4IO. Exclusive Wilbur I bedroom a bath bungalow with er. 1913 Chamberlin St. Ph. 2-8483. LaNCASTER PARK east of -Bunga-
Rose sell Sewell-ThursMmd FurnitureCo to yi-n I land: separate tot Price of $9VX) includes Strickland. Broker 23 W Church lane picture window living room !'i -
i I
RED Barred '
Pit.C. N. H. Bocks. Barred __ ; :tsrn.Iii low. 5 rooms, anfamished 2 bedrooms
kitchen House facing -
equlpmrnt. golf tot lOOx15O.
.. 2-3615. W Fine St. 4870. circulating course on
,., M7S
7 Dl Cross and Red Rock chicks. Tour' IF YOU ARE LOOKWO! for a _. hrat-r Venetian blinds Terms WilANGEBILT !- Entirely carpeted. Venetian 1, school). Completely furnished 2'bedroom carae. large tot nice lawn

SCHOOL LOCKS Ys.!* and Fraim A-WANmP u- choice 811 95 per 100. assorted ISIS i quiet cool clean. pleasant place bur "t"irkl.nd broker. 23 W. Churell blinds gas heater, attic fan This is 'i frame home, Norse kitchen Immediate possession. Near schoo

cmll.toa padlocks. Bumby trade fo S150 per 100. No cat's no cripples no to spend your vacation. stop at 51 Phone $673 CONCORD LAKE 2 blocks from. the first offering of this home .nd'I equipment. Venetian: blind landscaped bus and stores. 83250 81000 cash
Ba'.r .. 102 W. church St. ., 14 K solid gold full Je.eW_n 1 leghorn. Eds Chicks. Manchester Henry s Pi<*r. Modern clean cabin For S200O down and S51 month a for quick sale price is 813.50O. Fred yard S7000 terms King Real Sam Johnson Co JOB g Main

SODA -Ta iL watch Ph Jiaos _ 5. H. _ __ raa and electricity equipped Child'ea '' .. concrete block. 6 months old. urtfurnished. G.rr.ls. Broken 111 E. Ceatral Ph .! Estate 30 E. Church $-. "OpenSundays LAKE FRONTAGE-10 miles train
S 2 bedroom
FOcAD-earbonitor i1MON--.tc old SEND POSTCARD for free circular -I'lr.-no! At Henrys Pier east Lot frame bouse 2 bedrooms living room. 8.5 or 028. ** city over 40O ft. lake trontajc.S .
i.e. ma of Ec.i Ga'Bnd'e Write or 63x140 11 fruit trees. PIkeS bath tub and shower kitchen and
and Bailey Soda J MSetaL en famous Blue Ribbon zero- !:O Down DELANEY ST. 1635-3 bedrooms. 2- : room cottage 4 other hoildinss Uc
.ompr.ur. p. fcc reservations Lou Henry. payment. 81500. 845 a
*.re dinette automatic hot water heater.
101 .Jeweler.32 blood tested chicks Blue Ribbon and dock. Large oak trees.
Shop. Bartow Ave. Auburndale.Yll9lda. oDUI. car singe tns lmt4. copper KALE SCHOOL-New frame 10..0.. Boathouse
PO P--" 846. Eau G lliiFla Contact Harold Volllek with .. Daniel -
Kajcbery. Dept 15. Atlanta. Ga plumbing, rugs. Venetian blinds iaeluded. tow with 5 large rooms and many I\ A beauty spot Sacrificed at 88750

STEEL and ELECTRIC RRIGER--Dial SFZCIAL lor'Monday.:ISO N.-iC Rrdi.4'a $?rLItL. BArES a. M. ..-Gurs1' Co' .Il" f.rk-3 bedroom lovely Kolar. 206 S Main: 7811. ._ Fruit_and_shade. Owner. extra feature* Crocs ventilation. lake Has $2750 mortgage at i" Exclusive -

WlWSommneal Steel 2-2561. week old 8OO N H Reds 8 Hor-'e S'Ct Oct Nor 2 block home. Less than I year old. Now DELANEY SECTION ntuonfy. I j breeze Price S7SOO Veterans may with W L. Unton. Broker. 2217
Sales Co. 10 W. Amelia downstairs weeks old Lake 0 The Woods ChickCc Si ron Plaza and ocrn only 813.500. CLOSE IN-Guest house C oraushed. 3 bedr... 1S-baths. Hard- I j i purchase this house for 10*". down Edaewater. Phone 7739.

PI14. _ _ FURNITURE-Oaed __ Ice boxes. HIWST 17-92 t. mle north of 11 rooms. 2 baths. Gas furnace wood floors, fireplace laundry at- I LAKE DOT SECTION-Oooc. neat.
-I, Bqsiness Rentals Garage and laandry. Lot. 65 x 100 I Wen built ;
Maitlar.d Lake Ivanhoe Section 2-story home just outsidecity 1 famished 2-bedroom home near
SAW MILL-Good condition. Inquire sewin maebtnca. Call before yes I I I -One 2-tor. tached ssraee SIr. nelabborhood.Price. 1
Good income. PrIce. 820 000 Call
limits 3 lam bedrooms and bus line for 97.4OO. Let us show it
840.0OO home
Because of ICcess
sell. We
ChulnoJa pay "top" SeweLThnrmond 110.000. Financing be
at office Write boating' can
post N Pr 1'TAGS--On Lesson Bay. Georgia von Schiller. Realtor. 7186. :' I sleeping porch. 100 ft. lot 2-car garage Geo. F. Brass Realty Co 19
W. Jacobs.$. Rt 1. Box 73. Ovledo. P've Co. W. PIn 45. Apartments for Kent from Clyde now only 825 000. ranted. Buy n.w and hava your a to you.
St. Dial arai fishuw. 1 mile gulf. fruit shrubbery shade bus E Central Ave. Phone 2-3155
SEAT COVERS "Tailored to fit -70._____ Threshrr. En:lewoo4. VIa E 1" SECTION be- choice in color schemes etc. Call line and close \It stores. Price 88OOO. !
CLOSE IN -For working giria or couple S1a'lon. a..I'M: 32 East PIne CONWAY -Clow to and Brock Chenaalt at Jenninss. I LANCASTER PARK-.DeLaxe 5roomcemenI
LtelP.I...plastic fibre. Auto OLD GOLD-We pay highest prices Bedrooms. al; home privileges- St dial 66'1.AD been 2 lakes and In the city $elI Oranse. 7234. 1| Sammie Francisco Realtor Room 4. I block home with oak floors

tl .. a.hof Karens for d.oed. old sold watches. Reasonable Bus line. oaJC. ORANGE AVE. JT. 1610 Concrete limits. A brand new concrete block DUPLEX New Central Arcade; ''. I thuia ut. There are 1.239 SB ft of
broken teeth silverware concrete block furnished
One house. 2 bedrooms bring rW.. -
lPhlt"nnl m.ten.1 Jwelr. block brt'.dtns: approximately 24x- of porchea and
roonaJidb&Ul. floor exclusive
UI- -sECri
ct.ozit space
IN- .1o -Modern 3-bedroom
day Berkman N. Orange. Excellent income. Owner
Sa ftSurely S. 13 toe ft Lot is 4 xl37 fttth alley. bath shower aad tub. kitchen and 'i iceils KALEY SCHOOL SECTION-BnngaI attached House win be completed
Company, WashinstonBtttrt farn. Phone 10 8454 OFFICE MCHISES al furt e. until seasonal rate effective Nor. lIt 3 to 5 rars lease at S1B5. Hsrlow G clesrts. tiled bath and kitchen drains. dinette Table top automatic electric St.r. SI I tow. furnished: 2 bedrooms screen- within about 13 dave and

Cl. Get oar prices. .t GreSlu.n. Adults only 418 Broadway. Frederick. Bonnes Broker. 118 N. 2 screened porches. 75 ft. lot Rare water heater. Close to bus. stares and ; ed front porch: garage: 10 lane citrua probably will sell before completion

. SPACE HEATERS-.Oil burning AUgtxes 1 S. Main SI. pbn : Orange Ave. Dial 511$. at I33TO.. astincs. Realtor 62': E. school S7SOO and terms Contact DUBSDREAD SECTION"New block:. trees nice lawn and shrubbery. ,' Only 12.5OO Don't delay see leo

, for Immedlal. deU.er. Orlando SADDLE WANTKD.-Fniish JKFFXBSON T-BOTUr-1 and Central Areade: 4237. Harold Vollick with .. Daniel Kolar. bungalow. livIng room combined Near school bus and stores. 8S20O.i F. Brass Realty Caw 18 E. Central
u'P.In %-oom apartments available. Sum lOa S Main: 'l'I1.COLOSlALTOWN dinette and kitchen bath.
service Sam
Co Orange condition. OFFICES for rent 2 Cl an.nat. i Johnson Co. 208 S. Main Ave Phone 2-3155.
A..Phone 4337.6EWINQ .0. P mer rates._ Jr, I porch Special price SA.OOO. Cal KENTUCKY
I Fronts on Excellent AYK.-.2-bedroom noose LANCASTER PARK-Met masonry
Mr Klota
MACHINES Factory re- i Xii DR.. 12'-'.- .om eftictaney. PlItt.I.. Attractive new with Siimpsoa-Staton. Met- with concrete block construction Ul
SECTIONAL _. location. ADAIR PARK j i 3 bedroom home al: tile bath. *
guaranteed like BKCAE AU wulr.'S fi.Ta_ he*; every masonry. 5 large r_. including .calf Bidg. Phone _515$.
bd. new; port 13 In. Must for rent. The casement windows Lot 50 I 130. t drain on sink, fad oil furnace we::
console. Al Wiggins 8247SEJKS cci.venieaee cr. aay prefarrni. a delightful kitchen: spacious ..rr..o.eI lAST SIDE = Something anuaoaL '
111 ; be reasonable. Phone 2-4591. Cbarch St. Bank BUjt. at corner of Beautiful 2-b-droom whit frame '' Price 85000. 81500 down. A. C. elevated 75 ft lot. Now ready for
L&KEFBOItr Bring porch .ar.". attached with Four normal alas bedroom two
e.nLsned Buasef Golden. Broker. 1121 N. Orlando Aye :: Price 813.79O. Already
Church and Hwehey Street win be bungaivw of excellent eons tract ten occupancy.
l WnX BOY. or
remove saw your
laundry extrathoger Lot
room and baths living room 12x22. dining room
i cabin privue teach. near Maitland underpass Winter Fredrick 118
financed. Hartow O
available f-r rent Oct. 1st. Can W. with living room dining room.
Call King Building and
pine trps. fronting on 2 paved streets. Offered 12x14. kitchen 8x14. four closets i i I
: 1196 39th Sl. al er 2M P-sm. Park. Open Sunday. I N. Orange Ave Dial 8188I
1 Lumber Company: telephone N. !. 6533 or 2-3886. kitchen tile bath cedar lined closets. _ _
all newly famished at only 811JOO
screened front porch $t28. back "
\fE DIAMONDS 2 LUCKRSS Ti.a"ACE 5OO-3 rooau. I I screened breezeway ..lthII.. floor.attached wIth terms. Weir System. 6J8 service KALEY SCHOOL SECTION-Lane j I "It's Great M Live in Orlando
BOY old told porch. exceptionally good hard
Plan your kticben around the new furnished private bath. Until Nov >1 SHOP SPACE ISO W. Pine. ...... Lot 75 x 142 wIth Pine: 4641CLOSE roomy home: 7 rooms and sun LAKE FRONT near school storce.
net aewelry and antiques. Hoeltke's. -' pine fioou. Ruud Gas water heater
American sink. New deln new 1 Adnlts.__ citrus and landscaped. ".0(10 cash.balance porch: 4 bedrooms fan bath andsemibath and bus line. 2 bedrooms sleeping
24 S. Oransre upstairs. ; stucco on metal lath construction _
beauty D... f.ltur.n. -WtDsu'ParlL i like rent. Mr. Boone win n : corner location: lane lot;
AVE. POR&ittUeDt'1oca..1 porch. Vacant 83300 on easy terms
regulation size well drained tot. Modern
WE furDltun IN East Side. 2 bedroom and -
Drawers used Call bf- STORE -
us how this.
Uq le. ac BU bath kitchen and nice lawn. See this 87850. terms Mr. Holder wills C. F. Batcheider.
on. plastic attdes. ant effortleu for Or'.ando Furniture Co. 1 bedroom ton for hardware paint or drugstore Rail Errs.. Aeeney. Realty. 112 N sleeping porch bungalow: good with all attlKies. Life time asbestos Sam Johnson c. 2O8 S Mala. Realtor. 28 E. Washington.

j Double mall doors &lnd deadened No 2 store. 615 W. Church phone dinette -utilities ._ No cofnoetition Available im- Oranse Ave.. TeL 5189 sired rooms: ntoderw kitctien. Asbettoe.siding shingle roof. Thia l. priced to ,' !
and Drawers cf 1 2-4883 OI1AHGZAVE- t-lf-Two rooms medtarelr E S Bwrnette. Brvker 37 ; Unfurnished at 885OO.OO. sell Immediately. See Fred Reese : LAKE VIEW Charming S-room

, pm*. steeL l..t.corners and for and bath Furnished. Screened S Met tn St Ph 2-3O63. j Available furnished. Series Inreste wllh 0 Harra-Moore. phone 2-2380.. KENTUCKY AVENUE-1992 Winter t Mock BmBo-alaw. Large garage
i -
nick easy cleamnc.Waxer 35. Oil and Wood porch. Second .. Ph. 2..212.__ .t co. 25 w. Washington Phone EAST SIDE T lane rooms. 4 bedrooms Pars Just south of Fairbanks One with cneat room Exceptional value

J. Wtlcox Inc.. 81 'ue and bath 50.Vante>d to Rent I 6511. 2 bathj. Ideal for lane family. story frame home wall 5 rooms and I at 879 2 Rob WINTER PARK-4 rooms Modern .' redecorated
ADJACENT COMMUNITY 'eepia porch. Complete
Ruth Broker. 916 Rahl Ave.. 2-1090
FUEL OIL A tank safer .
son Founded 1938. ful I All private. Utilities paid A lulu.no Nice floors. Llla root Worth the '
lui story masonry bungalow and laslde and out. Well shaded tot wtth j
Phone 802 our Ph. 33B W. Morse APT OR HOUSS- or f-.ve rooms CLOSE IN Ouest money. S85OO. terms. Lorea Dunn.
tan file pets. 213-J. 36 Iota Top condition Uvlag room: h.lDo. 2 blocks of i several bearing fruit trees and attractive '
A larger tint iiuurrs brat Broker 6 N. Brown 2-1269. LAKE FRONT 810750 wIll bay 1-
E\d: for aOlj Would like Winter RD- Orange Ave 2 dandy corners Good ; -
___ dining room; 4 bedrooms and lane fish pool ia the back yard. '
SPRINKLERS lawn morninis McGraw Fuel OU Service. 'il ::crt Nov 1 Orlando or suburban terms Roper Realty, Church sad EAST SIDE Rooms. bedroom home on 3 lots Saving 150ft.
Many tpl WINTER PARK-1st. Living electric kitchen with panty of cabi are lacier than On paved Street Convenient to city ::

sprinklers SI 25 and Knox : and oils room. bedroom bath private front Bux ?SO S-Star _ nets Large front and rear porch* Main: 23433.COLLIGI average in this 5-room home and I, aad school buses _. The house i iia frontage on one of oar finest

,, I Stores en. 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-318. !a__. tfrfh&er and back entrances no cooking. APAF TMENT=-rooms.. furuisbert. 2 car garage and 4 tub laundry. Price there is a sleeping porch breakfast'room : vacant. We have the key and are lakes. Nice snttads with 392 citrag If. and
dock Courtney Beaity Orange
BLACK TOP DRESSING-Also dirt Utilities paid Adnlts. no pets. 365E for resporuibie working couple only $13.50009 furnished. Don't and lane screened porch. i happy to show it. $ .!. Barlow O. !IPrederiuk 22471.LAKK

8HPDtOTOS"S-om.t Cheap between 10 a m and 6 Lyman._winter Park 583-M. 1 ml'_ 865 Phone 543_, .slFor full particulars see Martle PARK-Newly completed 9.5OO.. Terms available. Allen Johnson 118 N. Orange Are Dial I ;

a saod aledlof grinding 2Mito p C.I APARTMENT-Clean, modern. close Williams. Realtor. 21 West Washington fits room two bedroom home. Reeltor. 14O N. Orange. 8612 8188. I

I 8 inches. Knox Stores.M... E COi.sMOKr mJ2092WmterPark.: 2 ROOM APT.-Ph. 7164. in 1' -terred. 875 limit Middle aged St. Phone 8106. Concrete block. Lane rooms plenty Specialising_ Homes.** ] FRONT-2 bedrooms or pesgi-
kills or lily 3. lane living room kitchen
Pine. Phone 2-3163. army -.ora retired couple no children or pets of windows screened porch. attached BAST-4 room 2 screened porches, KALEY AVE. E.- See this attractive

, saws !: chinch burs 1 la.0 aa hd.ra, BURNISHED and Permanent Phone Thomas. Room 320 ADAIR SECTION-Furnished modern IrOlta.e. ,. ..ra... Landscaped lot. Priced at bath breexeway. storage room; i bungalow. Living room. dining I kitchenette bath. etc. np.is Hardwood
make floors. Downstairs there
i-PLNE quick aa Apt Hot water gas.i a separate -
Dn. lerela. Ceak. T : ., San Jaan Hotel SSOO cash. 8oO monthly. 89 500 00. New kitchen eqaipsnentmay beat construction. 2628 .. Jefferson. room. 2 bedrooms bring I
watkins __
safest lawn Brook- i Quiet reliable soiddstaced 'r1. apartment, 4 rooms and bath
hick u.. Wyckoffs Hdw.. 2S24 haven Dr. tr.lm.DL. __5 '' couple- No children or pets. **9. per Pr OBfHOUSB-Furnished. 2 bed Roper Realty. Church and Main- be included for additional 85OO- EAST SIDE-2 bedroom frame bangatow. ern kitchen and b 'I complete Now only 83OOO cash ls
61' O. P.
00. Moff.with
fall month. 3743 Fairbanks Ave. rooms. Arm officer wife dauchfr 2-3433. _ _ _ See Revile Jarge living-dining room perfect condition. Attractively fur- required. Balance easy. You may
IqL6HYCIa ood i-a.o-ruh top soil. For LARGE i.-c-r. kitchenette. '' 2'2. Premise best of care. References i ADAIR SECTION lovely 3-bed- Swope Realtor 6O East PIne; phone combined. 2 screened porches breakfast ended Including new utilities. 810.soo .- ] drive by ills property and walkainuod
dial and
5812.CLEAR. with Immediate C. P.
Grocery. ed1 deiy.) Call 9463. JJt G le.__ < room frame home on a large landscaped room new roof. Venetian blinds possession. j' it if you aa desire. The property
3-4O53 bath. 810 .. 4O6 MattlandAvenue. Realtor 14O K.
6 ________ per Price i : Orange;
This Phone 8854.
Church Bt. Altaaonte. -Florida. APT OR HOU6E=Famished Business lot. In perfect condition I 23282. i* vacant and you can move in

rULTY MANURE Coarse or couple and 13 year old nrl modern home has tile bath and kitchen EAST SIDE:Close In. Lovely- bedroom I the entire property at once. The
S1Dl CUC-I. springs: 2'Am.rl.a By ton or sack. Phone APARTMENT for'coHBte.i al! ... i.AKI;. NEAR frame HALEY SCHOOL Only
.. 1181 51X Will pay itood rental. Permanent automatic furnace laundry tubs -room concrete block home built in > 2 blocks address is 791 Terrace Blvd 1 block
V.I"D for price Fairvll'.a! Poultry F.r. 15O2Formosa.EFFICIENCY and many other detirab'e features jngalow. 3 bedrooms screened from this 3 bedroom bungalow. from the Highland. Lake Apartments.
i r 'derf* Phone 8351. Mr 1941. Extra large rooms with cross
Park Brenneri t
, Winter ph. -
.I."er.. : .3-W. PEAT: Ba k dutmnm.hbbr APA iTurnlShed -Nicely 2""Or3 13.500 with only 836OO cash required ,I front porch: lane garage: 16 fruit ventilation. Hardwood floors through- Newly painted inside and out. "Fur- If you want to go in. please can for

I jli of ail kinds ( Semi-private bath. Couple AFT Modern rooms by middle and balance at 47 Ross Kay trees etc. Price ...7iO. Mr. Leg ace ant fall tIle bath with shower extra i nished" Lot 119x280'. 32 citrus appointment William Mathews. 24363or

yardvork. Phone 2-8441. a only. 815 a week. lUliiUes included age couple. Permanent no pets. Anderson. Broker 375 K. Orange; dish682'v with J. P. Mauox. 145 N. Main 56O9. lane all electric I kitchen. Screened trees bus to door near church and : 7811. J. Daniel Koiar. Exclusive

i STKAM 1.5A7fER-Kerrlck. Has Just Phone 9363. ,' Can give good references. Box 14 S- ; COLONIALTOWN stores toward porch and attached garage. Central : sure on a hill overlooking Lake Agent. 206 3. Main.

been thoroughly reconditioned Hot1rrclieroici 38. Plants. Flowers and Seeds WTL!. SHARE housekeeping: apartment Star I, BUMBY AVE.. 8.-IN..arl. 2-bedroom Park Lake. 3 bedroom bungalow heat. House completely furnished CrystaL Quirk possession. Lor.ted..t LAKE LOLA SECTION A home
I CoHi W. Central- ;; P APARTMENT furnished. Couple Per- home in- tile bath. 2 neat. 2115 S. Fern Creek Ave. W. C. ideally located with
Ate.8PRINKUNO. with working or business sot : completely furnished car garage with red m.pe furniture. Venetian so many many
FUNERAL DESIGNS specialty. Cut 42 EAmeha.Fi'RNISHED. manent. Reasonable rent. Refer- luding: everything. Large tot. nicely S13-5OO Terms. Harry Heath Broker. blinds Lot 43 x 135 beautifully lan-i-t Wilson. owner.KENTUCKY features you will have to see it to

! f overs corsaces and weddinc _ _ cures Can 8189._ landscaped. Owner must sacrifice.i Opposite Vogue Theater. Coloaia'- priDed T citrus trees and ran I AVE.-(Winter Park). appreciate Us worth. 3 bedrooms and

P.I Jo s Gade.2419 N. Orange. -3 room apt 2 screened APT -3 or 4 rooms furniched i 825OO rash balance sic monthly. A towji-8253. shrubbery Underground sprinkling Modern 5-room cement block bungalow bath upstairs. Lane Irving room

CANSH..1 carvan Pon.- ._ porches Reasonab.e. 1535 Indiana Couple with ISSiO inhs old b.bJ' Ii I value at ST9SO. Mr. Harmon with C. COtOiitALTOWN-.CIose in. 2- bedroom system back and front yard. This ;' Lane screened porch 1-car dining room bedroom and big; beau

I -c .prlklo. brass JIYNIORCKDAR-planted.- con Ave l'i Wicks off Orange Blossom limit. Call 2-2689 i! B Davis. Realtor. 41 W Washington bungalow wtth sleeping porch. home mast be seen to be appreciated. garage Priced to sea this week at tifully tarnished kitchen bath down

Co. 2 Go Trail 7809. Sunday. 2-2945. Immediate Price $16 000. S8750. Allen Johnson. Realtor.! 140N. stairs. Side porch screened and:
, Stor. : K 819. Model No. Ben APT OR HOUSE-Furntehed or on- fully equipped kitchen 87750. Terms. possession.
Phone a-3l ._ J.dt0D. On Cub Lake MODERN 3 r i'fUmial1e.s--apar. furnished. 2 business girls. Limit I' OLLEGi.1 value is Harry Heath. Broker. Opposite Vacae terms Jamerson and Carter. Real- Orange** ; 8612. -Specialisxt in'Homes glassed in. We could ga oa aU day

I: tilZRMIC JUGS-.-1 gallon with or < _Lake_Section.M3352ONARYSTRAWBERRY.___1- ment To rent until Jan. 9. can SSO Ph 21 M Winter Park after 6 I Ivm here in this attractive two bedroom Celoniaitewn: 8253. bra; 12 8. Main Phone A. T. tBus- I about this home Oven Sostday. drop
: Bar 7274 tor appointment. ten Carter. 9516.EDGEWATER LAKE: ;i in and let as stow it to you. Price
without faucet. $1 95 and Knox ;i house with breezeway and garage. WGPARItolder j! FRONT-15 minutes from town
: Stores Co E Pine. Phone 1-3183. plant Fully furnished and located on one of type -I- II Modem bungalow built en .- i 817.500. E S. Burnett. 37 8. Main.
2 : now ready. 81 per ;APT. OR HOUSE needed for three' room home that Is ia A-l condi Phone 23663LANCASTER .
TYPIWR1TER-.1$42 newly 55 46. Houses for Rent College Parks prettiest sites Price tine SECTION bedrooms. sula for lake view from 3 direetlons. ;
, CoODa Fred Ward. 133 Phelps Ave. Ph dults by Sept. 15 or Oct. 1. Pease: Screened porch. breakfast room. ,
.b. First I>sets II Call R. Winter Park. write P.O Box 1029. Orlando. I i 11000. Call O'Harra Moore. Realtors. service porch 11r garage 810.500. 6 large rooms all tile bath. tiled I Iat' Large living room ,for grand i'
I CONWAY-Beautiful cool shady 8 109 I Pl.aOhard.oeca floors. tile bath.
E. Pine: 2-O836. Allen Johnson. Realtor. 140 N. Orange electric kitchen beaatiful hardwood -
for sate. Cal Won room house on grove. Electric APT OR HOUSE-Furnished 1 r2 modern kitchen .
PEPEP"'S = J5tOEUi floors floor furnace steel venetlan ; Hastings. Realtor. } PARK-
RNK CONWAY Route No. : 8612 'Specialising lHomes.
-Wardrobe: SI t'4It 1 B. Mann. Lake kitchen. 2 miles from city. Admits bedrooms for mlddlesTed couple. blinds large garage. *, block to 621, E. Central Arcade: 4237. j

, Recess! _. S at B.. 17. Ap : Monroe Pa.SHUBBEY. only until Dec. 1st. Also 4 room No children or rs. parties. Quiet I f|[ with Coast.green S house-seine acres excellent fine ground shad L f.'E-lN-2-atory rhome bus The price Is SI4.OOO. 84.0OO ;, Nice two bedroom house to excellent

"ra. house. electric running water. Outside references. Mills 416L of cypress construction.. Large living '
Lane selection to trees pia at. etc. Price redveed to cash balance 866 95 monthly Including LAKE CONWAY bedroom bungalow i I location completely fmraiehea. lane
i TRUCK riR.ss.-tso-o. 900-16. home. MusselwhiteNurseries. toilet 835 per mo. Adults. Ext a !i' and dining room. 2 screened Interest. value. Immaculately living room dining rcm. kitchen
or S4575 Terms can be arranged. McKerrey. furnished. Recently redecorated. -
16 AU Army Princeton. Phone 2.2)33.COTTAGE two I porches S14.3OO. Allen Johnson. Real clean. Ar.-ca, I screened front porch panstr of
AP possession.
142 lake
.rpt 1 t | Broker 64 E. CentraL Ar- Large lot. ft. on by''
C e'n ftlqn. Ae1 .. 12 W selection flower Five room near lake. appreciative 3ad1Ii'lfO references .- I{I ride 8.citEROK1E. tor. 14O N."Orange; 8612. Specializingin Dial 2-0642 Mr. Brut will be glad to'. approximately 423 ft. deep. Lane ;" Price 83580. 83340 cash sill handle

Church. Di* -115.ThHGDRo7Ooii. S1 seeds. b package school and town. Shade and fruit Phone 2-2225. j i A Homes." come get you and show. J. A. I.. ': oak trees beautiful sand beach sea balance monthly Uke rent. Mr Boone

circola- Knox Sio.) Co .,ID 2 pr Pine. trees Write Owner. 333 Ohio Ave. APARTMENT or bowse wanted. Con- ,! homey little SCHOOL three bedroom SECTION house- cmr LIMITS 4.room bungalow j Ghw. Real Estate. lOa 8. Court. wall dock. covered boathouse and:; win show tkxt, by appotetnwnt. Exclusive

tar with drum. H..1 6 rooms 850.otb Phone St Cloud. FU Pie Quiet No children or pets.Phonic never lived In. Lane lot close to boat. 814.5OO. terms. W. B. NlehoU, with
SIc new. Harmon Ate. COTTAGE 22232.APT on paved street close to CherokeeRich lake S5SOO. si OOO down. EAST SIDE Near water lower Ia son. Realtor 14 S. Maine 2-1619. Hill Bros Agency Realtors 112 Koraage
181 BURPEE'S'Uua'fanteed of 3 and bath
'It w. GardaDdPI.e r room wn- for sale furnished at 87150 on Gardner Real Estate; 29 South Court : j A e- TeL 9189.
.. I furnished. Prefer business eowpte. Prefer sarate apt. Young i terms Some less for eash. Can [ dial 2-4481. '. this pretty ,new neighborhood section

TIRES 3 used whiteaall tires. 2 Inner & New seed arriving Apply R A. Bums 41st St. South on u. being married soon. Orlando O'Harra Moore. Realtors. 109 E. ; ;I Is a house thoroughly worth your LAKE FRONT-Lovely home beautiful I

tubet Slap 650-16. Call 9715. pa y. Cheeks Feed & Hardware. 2610 Orange Rloasom Trail. residents. Would be permanent Pine: 20836.COPELAND ;: I Ii II consideration. It has five good sised residential section. 3 bedrooms. ;

TRAILER; South FfnCreek. > > apt. 110 limit. Phone 2-4330 I rooms and two screened porches. R tile roof. Built withia the last 10 i' LAKE FRONT-Lovely 3-room modem
i.a >
4x7 rack saod tire,. B.it HOUSE-For one year tally fmrnlsh- ; e PARK-Drastically cut
i CITY LIMITS rooms and bath. I has a refined aad attractive interior i baegalew right so the lake
1850 Indiana AT .. ed. wIth three furnished apartments ',1 after 9 a.m.APT. I sell his months. This is aa exceptions bay ;
let H.llhl Wu ABOUT IM swret seedlings ready for by owner leaving city will year old. 'I.a.ad clean. Owner and a fine big yard Price S7.SOO. i I Glassed hi sleeping porch and foil
in home. Gordon-Beck Real Estate.
.rl. budd1n now. Also 10 M ready now to sub-rent. No pets or small or HOUSE-2 adults perma- very picturesque bungalow home located called north will %eli at a loss only Call O'Harra-Moore. Realtor 2-O836 .' basement. Well landscaped. Orange

C TABLK Natural finish round sTte.ek out A few sours also. E. children allowed. Only good cleanhousekeepers i I 1 nont. limit 850. Call 2-7333 after on high exclusive corner lot. 395O. See Mark with Louis GeeaUn. i 109 E. Pine. 340 M. Orange; dial 5148. aid grapeJtmlt trees- lots of shade

> In good condition. S Lam reive aryl Son. Gotha. Florida. who can give good references 5 30p m. or all Sunday. 3-bedroom. 2-bath. music room very Realtor. 143 N. Ma'w 2-1464. > ______________ I LAKE EOLA-1 block from. 2bedi i Completely furnished. New roof

.1. T.leh need apply. 516 W. 1st St.. APT-OR BOU5E-J1I: married. Per- I attractive bving room dining room. !AST--SIDE-Oa. of our handsomest room borne famished. 2 baths. 2 I Priced right at 813.58. t, cash. Mr
39. Livestock, and SuppliesCOW Sanford Pia.WIiLSH.RE kitchen breeseway ,._ block bungalows two lane bedrooms '
AXD TUBE l'-- manent. Sentinet-etar employee. to ar garage. porches. Could be used for daplex. Harmon with C. B. Davis. Realtor
6 &h.-two solar system. Central heating. Priced i ito with extra spacious rooms ..n4'Inns Price 812 SOO. Aan Goodwin with
never been Telephone home pan, 860 limit Can 4161. Ext. 14. I 41 W. Washington. 7869 Sunday.
horses hunting sell E. Drtve. porches. Two car garage. 100
210 Copeland
I". PSIE.Oat pie Preferably business woman. Herman Goodwin. Ins 677 S. Orange 2-294 L
and 1310 PIoJflt-co ; no pets. foot frontage everything streamlined

TRCOR.Cletrac- eat.ra. 22 '' W 21st_S.fa_2-2383 a _lP 15_Wilson Court.. About *4O per mo tll. Call 4161 1] COLOSlALTOWi-C11stem 3 bedroom furnished or built unfurnished new- CASSELBERRYi i(: and attractive. Price 815.000. Call : 9855.
cp. 21 I Fred Reese with O'Harra-Moore. I LAKE CONWAY-New 2 bedroom
coodltO. R..5.bl. beef or milk. 3-sal. j jAPT oak floor tile bath. sink. To LAKE CONWAY SECTION-Well located
block bungalow
block Cw
o concrete an one bungalow with lane fireplace
Realtors 109 E.
: Pine
Wet Ora. : 3 old OR HOUSE-2 bedroom in or1, 1626 _ 1
B. with
deal owner.
T.t! oa Street. m\b 3 bedrooms. (150 P.O. Sox 18wJ ave money half acre high shaded property 2 ;'' about 1 block from Lake sleeping porch. 2 ear garage: extra
_3th Across lb street fro B Fuel near city. Working couple. no East Mount Vernon Avenue. bedroo_ living room kitchen > EDGEWATER MANOR -Beautiful 3 Conway and public beach. On paved shower bath stationary laandry tubs

TTtX Proof-bt'and kitchen t rust Oil CpD. Prk HOUSE i'i O. comjsieteiyturuished. h = pets. Box 565 S-3tar. j I oLLiaEPARKDuPtU. Close to (equipped casement sash screened ,'' bedroom bungalow only one year Street close to stores. schools j 2 acres landscaped and fenced WI.; .
: free CHILD'S PONY .Dd--. or 3 bedrooms furnished. btu and school. Each salt old. Tiia porch bath drain boards churches and express offIce ta this I
Central em.te. 75 month 3' Sheridan Blvd stores porch. Priced for sale to a GI who have to be seen to be aavreciatei
Florida Sl 232 Or 865 Also 2 mistered Palomino In city 875 limit. Local businessmart I has 2 bedrooms sleeping porch bvmg wants a lovely home at only $ .300 001'i and window sills. Lane nicely landscaped n .. Recently redecorated and Price S14-96O.OO tarnished. C >

I"c. Dial U.'._____ mares Can 2173HOR.uti Jack Hottel. ph. 2-0218 between room. dining room and kitchen. with 10% dews See Hibbard CaueK I:, vard. Beaatiful hardwood good condition with 2 bedrooms. Worms with Martie William Res -

CUUM CLEANERS -Dniversal" : _pony fail of Me. > 47. Rooms for Rent Sam. and 5pm. I IHOCSE In first class condition and nicely berry-Winter Park 2-2221. :i floors. The price is only 813.3OO fat t 2 baths 2 screened porches. There *. 21 West Washington 6C. Phone

1 an Bumby '1 Park furnished Lot 350 ft. deep. Price i eluding new electric kitchen equip- are about 2 acre with 82 fine bearIng ,
in Winter or
attbment Dartmouth or apt
*.iru_los Wel orh. H.r a ba JaA.1 Av.I AMELIA AYE. 704. W.-Front room north side of Orlando. Permanent S12.5OO. Bryant with Herman Good- I meat and Venetian blinds. Geo. H. : citrus trees suitable for eipress '

VIHSTIAN JERSEY COW-Heavy milker. 13fll S. private entrance near bus Telephone residents. Win pay a number of win Inc 677 N. Oranse. dial 9855. 1 Kittredse Son. Realtors. 2-3176. shipments. 812.00O. terms. W.

Why B v days da"n. .Brown Street.. 2-78O1. advance for a desirable EDGEWATER DRIVE SECTION Nicholson Realtor. 14 3- &B.I
buy months rent in COLONIALTOWN SECTION large t i LAKE FRONT-Unusual-3 coaal>te
can-set toe best for just a few )01 MARE-OeMle Plt bred \ .,I ATTRACTIVE Corner room adjolain place Must have 2 bedrooms. well furnished frame bungalow. CASSZLBERBY !i like rent. 4-room and bath dwell- I I-16U baths. 3 bedrooms pine paneled

me;,? U.de in Orlando by .n1 teo 18. B KI bath. Prefer basines man $. Mu t occupy by Oc1 or sooner. Spacious screened porches circulating ing. City water and power. 30 lane
Urine tying
&158i3_ .ewater D. ph. 2YhN L Rd. Winter Prk. fa.WABUYU""k weekly CaU 2-0388. Phone 371-M or No. 1 Winter Park oil he. Immediate delivery New concrete block bungalow 2 good ; Minnie bus. S35O cash required Lane I I' porch, room kitchen and pantry maid a

BLLNDS Alumlnum'stoek Beef i I AMELIA AVE. 203 E.-Lo ly raom. or writ The Herald. Winter Park. S13.5OO. terms. LO.S Royal. Broker sized bedrooms lane living room. '; with Herman Goodwin Inc 677 N. i LAKE LUCERNE SECTION This quarters atoms tic heating unit, at-

ld 2" through 36" wIdth : Call Twin beds. '12- Employed ladies IPhf.rred. |.i HOUSE Unfurnished modern. 2- 2- *72. dinette kitchen with electric raps". ; Orange; 9655. f furnished gaeat house has 3 bedrooms ; tic fan closet space galore! This

ft. 2-4838 bedroom for responsible couple no I Frigidaira. electric hot water beater. EAST.-Concrete bath and sleeping- porch up-
I at factory Orlando __ _ _ construction asphalt spacious 1941 bungalow 1 la priced
:lal Blind ). Co. 1739 K hlV81TLN WE HATE a heavy sender Jut fresh. SEriI-Luse float twIll'iniserssrisgs. children no pets. Phone Winter. PaI, CHEROKEE PARK-Concrete tile None circulating heater steel ease- > block floors OOLrf home I I stairs. 1 bIcIr_. large living room with excellent terms. R. C. Babcock

8.. another to to UO S. Near 124-". construction tile roof. 2 tile baths.2car meat sash screened porch attached yen will be proud to dining room and kitchen downstairs. j j Jr with Robert R. Trrg. Realtor.

saanafaet Ted ;; come la Nov. : :.arh !| HOUSE-Will pay 8MO for famished I garage with laundry and lava- garage A real buy at 89.2OO 00. terms arranged. Two bedrooms. At 89.5OO. I i Closed In porch on rear also wide > 13 W. Washington. (174.
at | porches 3 sides of boose. Ampleroom
BLD >' 1 controlled heat. arranged. See Ribbard Casselberry It la below today on
>?J9 See about milking E. CLOSE IX Large dowhiaroosa.. : I 2 or 3 bedroom noose Adults: NO' tory. thermostat market Built 194$. ; for expansion. Corner tot.
a .... See Winter Park 2-2221. Frank Crebs. ; 1
**rAlnm, Florida. Excellent of property. References electric kitchenlarxe mert' Realtor. 507 Meualf i
basswood or cedar blinda. ._water. 117 Orac Strant.C.065 pets care 150 x ISO. Close to school bus line
Fictary price or installed. Call FINE. GENTLE ssiall j Box IT 8-Sar. this. Lee Crawford with Robt U Bid. 2-1710. i I : Lou ivA-vaos
8059 youG b.i IN-Raws for Tor 2 mom- Pryde. 668 N. 2-4596. and stores. Needs some repairs. 812.- SECTION-sew. at-
WaBdoyejtetianB'ind_ )I. C Dl alt. riaUstg $ Rot wat.r. inner springs. 214 S.Garland. HOUSE Permanent business van. Orange; |; EAST SIDE Just outside of city> W. B. Nicholson. Realtor 14 '. tractive 2 bedroom masonry constructed
bkIAlsUN beat east 1. .eao. good riding 10 Ib Desire lease Phone 7841. J. MeCrea. | CLOSE Dt-&\ 4 blocks from Orange I limits. Near bus and stores 5- iiOM. : 2-1619. buocalew. ConsIsts ol lana

.more a =W mare. 17 o o trade. W _ Oathn Ave. COUNTRY CLUB "SECTION-Oak This 1s it. 2 bedrooms frame. rooot bungalow. Completely furnixbed. -I living room-dinetto combination.
!!!d! Ph. .Adam.. 119 carC Wuq s. DRIVE 1234--Nice- clean i[ floors 3 bedrooms lane dining like new, gas kitchen. Close to bos electric kitchen. 16O ft. corner LAKE ; tone kitchen, tile drataboards 2
rooms. tingat-doobSe iBBengtrinrf : left. Tile and stares. 8725O. % cash. Loeem IYANHOE block north aft- i
room. On of best buys lot. Price 87.500. With terms Julia nice bedrooms
1ARBE TRUNK: White aiim NUBIAN BUC proven mattress Block HOUSE OR APARTMENT or 4 This new masonry house with ; u e bath, attached
VUi.- from basinesa district : bath. drain board. Venetian blinds Dunn Broker. 8 M.. Brown; 2-1269. Lindben. Broker. Ph. 2-O818. ; r tia,
fine Let W ft
practically small $] tedrooDUftan or wafarnuhed balance I4<21 living room and screened Bytes; liwle front-
1a 1OA; bed swim, .TremontU. 1'z year Nubian. Po .. back. $ > Adult family desires year lease I floor furnace 8360O cash CoLON'IALTOWN- bungalow: STII"rA porch ia ideal for couple. Nicely luralshed axe.; This Ig a real bay. Fo quick
OsE %
month. Realty.
4 lovely 5 month old D 1k IN-Single.. with or ]:-ner Orlando bastness maa. Call' S60 4 me* y. Roper with 2 bedrooms and steeping; I JIleuM with screened front with new kitchen equipment saie $12 50. terms. Ua WIlliams,

WL du.k.n Box .*$. St. I !! ate balb 523 Matnolia Awe. or write W C. Shank; Ph. i I Church asS Main: 2-3433. porch kitchen equipment fireplace porch and Ian attaced garage. Only ; including Kelvinster. Attached xarage. ;6.ner21 W. Wasbingon. Pubs.
honl e ; CLO.sE-IN- .rorniltlo edm r P O- Box 1311. nice ." .et7. large pecan trees $ !. 81633 ... 935 per monthi! 62 ft. landscaped let 88500. ]I

.dslI8Cr; 43O*W.Pmrm Home !'I I 48. Pet Stock and Supplire room. Laundry and kitchen privileges : COLLEGE PASK-New 2 bedroom Price 8775O with some terms C. R. Can BtU Douglas with H. F. Boland. i terms. CaU Tnelma Kincaid with H. !'I

Robinson Ave 206 E. Robinson. !. masonry bungalow with asphalt Emertck Realtor. 610 M. Orange: Realtor. Csrrigsa Bide.. 672 M. Orange I I P. Bolaad. Realtor.: Carman LASS
HOUSE small; or roomy apt. Deaperately 8HEEWOOD OvCTtookini"fr
1 IO MACHINE Easy Spin- BOARD YOUR DOG Acre CLOSE tile floors. Large screened porch. ; 2-4551. tag. 672 K. Orange <
IN Clean attractive bed needed. Permanent work- JS-1 cross Stats "
a 180 toot
.1 Modern In respect. Corner lot PractiI|I beach
-. .eo1Ua $150. Te3" Kennel Lw. F. homo roaas. Buataess woaaen. Phone 2- Ira couple: can Mrs. Hunt 9813. every COLONIALTOWN SECTION- FERN CREEK DR. S-3 room fur- LAKE FRONT .- ; 3 bedroom, tomirieteJy fecniahed
away from Puppies 0128 I I with paveJ streets. On bus line. Down daily new 2 bedroom home dinette %eII-I' -
Wubio Dlalaa 2 BEDROOM UNFURNISHED perm I payment for a. I. 8785 ns. Bette In- lane ufced home farmlshed. shade. room Mock bungalow. Slat roof AS electrIc kNeten. $12500.
garaa with laundry .. i
ipinpeeJ6.rAlPif :0Pl / rt'l \ CumpJetetr <. bus. near abcs,. and school. Ifte hnanced
ACNE ( % PJ28 rrano (t3iCflRD AtE KfNwe comsrrtsstr .p.enmtdects, no over 85O per vctmcpt Co. 2i West Washinctoa. furnished ftoora 110 ft road frontage TOIntBg Dial 116 ask fist
for S18.5OO.
; 11. bt 24UO 8. iilUS till. Michi- ; ruuni. u HM-aiiuii. private n ..1.-ft Pta 5435 week only i Pbo_ .ilX terms. Craig with Buy Owner leaving \e... Price OBrv 8o> ba k 180 fte lake. 8S9SO. c. L960M4.O'F.
Cr. call Avu.ue. f.1IIh. Telephone. 62O3 n-i-26 I Hampton. Broker MM 00. See W. Real Estate. j P.Shismway ,
Nhs: and Sunday 531 IT. Orange 5013, ; 246 8-: Orange :.Priee. Realtor. IM 111. firange; ,

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t." for Sale 56. 811_ rrgmerty tr! Sak : 3*. Real Eatatc Wanted

fi-nnfoag 51. Houses for Sale i 51. Houses for Sale i 51. Houses for Sale | 5!. Groves for Sale I 51. Lots for Sale I! 56. Business Property :
\: ; &rntinr-&tr I I I.r II I Recently redecorated. PRINCETON SECTION Beaatlfwl HAVC VOL' 5 gre'.c for sale1 We }uve
SOUTHEAST bungalow: WINTER I THAT ARE ALWAYS worth !' 8 ACRES GROVE years old. Also New furniture. Good I new duplex. Asbestos siding and a cllcsSCJl'.ier *- i-ret WIl, rsn-ot
OR. FRIA i Attr.ctv Sac PARK2bdo'"uD'1 HOME Prescott VSteele. 2 acres cleared. $4300. 8 miles West WINTER PARK (Lake Knowln- plumbing and screens. 0. ive Her-nao Goodra -
2 bedrooms, tarsce. low. retired Close roof capper '
) 1 SE. '!I .orkaop. gas alCPla Ior: lurn.c.prch. Paved < cated. Tile rof. Broker.mOle D.ake.2-108. 45 West of Orlando. Phone Owner 2-0321. Temple Drive section". Prospective to pr000sit75'ts stores .s at ( .= 1 prop oak floors. 2'nlf bedrooms living !!l; I _SS33 .

f" 88500. ences. Call Winter Park I Central Avenue. LCh brarlna I home builders should see these choice erty win net better than 10 on Investment. rooB). lane kitchen dining; room 8 l.t aii.nc foTal
M. Houses for Sale Exclusive with C. P. Shum-: 249-M. I 10 GROVE-S20 trees. Winter Park lots as low as S295. ,I2 Goner 209 B. Part St.. combined private baths' 4 nice da- i11 .. "-e --pcrty For
I lursr. I 6 extra land. 500 ft. highway small monthlypayments '
acres in .
I/ down balance I automatic Boar furnace. .. F fao'.aad
; 140 N. Orange; dial sets. gas usI Rcal672 -
: LAKE I Il 2-3282.Realtr WINTER PARK-Lake front prop. frontage Opportunity for a businessor Utilities available A look Kissimaiee. FlaAPARTUEHTS -_._- electric water beater each side. Large or i ',l N Oraa e.
-3 room bungalow erty, corner lot. Eespecially nice CIREN WANTED!! tourist camp. The price of S3S.OOO I will satisfy. Carrisan Boland Inc. (I. Uvuwstoni.units i. S corner let. fUlly landscaped- rent ,
only 9 months old. 2 lots $290O. have includes large furnished. 4-bedroom Bid 672 ). Orange. ,
bedroom because Carrlgsn
I SOUTH WEST-New block 2 for landscaping you Owners. completely furntAedfoox 813,500. terms. Exclusive '
Monies, corner of Davidson and Briar Ideal for children. 7 roomborne rri Fr:5: Aol'.,,. ." Li oa
Really Broker our
home Herman Goodwin Inc aome'J
135. 1SO W. than 2 3-bedroom 2-4551. 2 :
110 I more New wit 4641 $652
lt. with 4 rooms and batn. two with Ben Weir phone or .
Streets. I home with 2 tiled kitchen close to school plus 3 room 677 N. Orange: 9855. in UIH8P' W' a ., i., sn esti-r.a-e freeu
bath. Building
tied b.tl and .
: 37r.uSi.L' cottage 5 acres orange r room I"ItPKaTYft on of Ibac r ne .rrrni mar.-.it val-;
2 laundry .r.pfrt RAILROAD
I LKRN HOME"drom. drain. blnds small clear 2 LOTS In Lake Suzanne section. SO condition Present Income 8240 a ... .
2-bedroom house, completely j large 14 ACRE GROVE-On a 3OS ft. on AmIt. or in : p. ,' .-jNo ootia'.rjnlaheirs
: i furnace clckeD Real as- S A.I. Railroad.
I room. 2-car garage space pc.n pinr .a.le. King
laZI ft 442 L ke9t Ant.2. mer-th. Price. 528.56,0.
I All by 135 '
bearlog -
electrickitchen. lake with Ideal homesite. __ Ping t' 7. .
including rvr.' :
furnished with
J.tr .
dlniniroom. kitchen and breakfast I beat and t1 roof With your personal b01e. Fae lot coud s14. 1-I -iiI tate. 30 B. Church; 8435. "Open Ave one block from
Near school stores and bus I be for trees-Pineapples. Parson Brown 2 LOTS-Covir..d- large Will aril all or par' Da1I, K .ir I ,' "I'
room. Screened porch, 2-car garage, home will me.t pa. A. 1: .om Trail.
matonry on Si ft. nicely line. Owner I.YIDa to.. For quick the "show spot on the.Scenic Drive." Ph seedlings and grapefruit. Warm location rPeS Lake Adair Section S7M Sunday to Lake Gabel Canstrurtien Co Owr.er 19 (.llxi': ) '' I : Dais speak- j

ronrcl. grass and at;.. S87SO .Ith c.a balance I Price. Harlow G. Fredrick. near Umatilla, S18 OOO See. each. "You better see Byrnes about APARTMENT HOUSE-Close But n Bide_Phone. 8383 in '1 5 '.r, .. ne gIn! 19 ut
l.nds.pd lot ;: Harry E. Morse it Co. Realtors. Eusstis. 4etely furnished *- 'I .
borne mill be moldfurnished terms. W. B Realtor. Real N. Orange Phone | it Broker. 1944 W. Fairbanks Ave.. Sda. Four coou> 0.-- C.5f0'rS5'ecmcnI
.0 : Fla, for good buys on Citrus One large garageauis.rtment. PARK and mcKy fur -.-
Main. 2-1619 I II Winter Park .room and bath aots TRAILER .
most ot which is nearly : 8183. ,'I e : .0 15511. '1
it. Thank
t -I| .
GI HOME New. Her
I is splendidly f
: b.drom Groves. TIns property lined small home oros"r .
nev and alt in good conditIon Best I 2-U Ts'Prwt-iie in bark: sIIaIktrees ; .. I B Dss Real'I
buy, in Orlando at Please SOuHET-ompieul. lurle. WINTER PARK Lovely modernbungalow I Or "onstrton Norb.e.c. sec 30 ACRES-B acres in good-ar Y-20 in front. WOO. Water and Hr aced and enjoys excellent occ'ipwicy. II. busimss that is all pradt's..V v : 51 ',' -
.d Chen-
come to office for 20.0.p.rt"ul.rs'.nd tractive. 810.5OO. .C. .at one 3 bedrooms. 3 baths i imaid's ton Pke. $7.850,0'.. Realtors' 672 acres in good pasture with smalllake lights available. Adams St. near Price S30.0OO and can be financed.Realty for October 1st open.m. Accoii.rro--. ,

see Mr. Stewart .Uh Cathryn* RoultOD". Realtor; 2-2532 room Exdus.e n.lshbrbo. : .ut. Orange. 7234. plus a nice S-room home. newly Michigan. George L. Wright. See Mr. Folsom with Shepherd dates 50 to 60 trailers at prismwith 'C .. ..ruitton's. lI1'I
Geo Co Phone 5124 plenty of room for closEs on 'uwattts
Price. $27.500. decorated. Electrically equipped bath. .
20 E.
Shepherd Realty Co_ Washing KltreJe '
I 78.H. W located Just set' T.-... I -'ik'r 2l11 I
Phone 5124 Son. Realtors._ 2- i HOME newly block from deep well with electric pump. 5 nearly 26 CHOICE Co APARTMENTS of[Orange. 4 5-acres on S Ontnse Blossom
SMITH EE. WEST-If you arelooking p.inte.IS new chicken houses with fenced side city limits. City Ufbts mat bah; and porch Wh 466 ft froa'aic on alee n.-h-a-r ,
school laRoldea
t cf wiNTER>ARK MAiTLAND-Are you bus line units. S nice rooms
fKh LANCASTER SEc -5- bun.al. for beautiful place cf Heights Ir.r at 1038 30th Street. yards. A good crop of fruit AU for water. Streets and atdewalkc. Lake with front and ear private entrances c-rner which 15 bound to increase :n : : aid' ."n-.s. }'cir
1 m.sn1 bun.. tile distinction .lt aU the e.tr. looking a trees Inquire at 1034 3Oth Street. $12.500 on good terms Mr Wheelerwith I! privileges. Exclusive with F A each apartment. 4 garages. 2 value as Orlando: '. Owncr operated 'II $' 'h A. .
4 comfortable living about 3 acres natural __ __ to
Alllsoo. for Washington
ser S9SOO. F. A. tures that m.k. Flrd. neat C B Davis. Realtor 41 W 1 Allison. Realtor. 37 W apartments furnianed. All for S22.5OO. very sud-rEsfuHy last sea-on ''LI ,VWs.Itetr

1 Realtor 37 W. Wa&hlntoU: 7613. this Is it. There are five rooms.cozy and wonderfully CHOICE OF 2 beautiful homes in exclusive Washington: 7809 I i 7613 _ _ Contact C. B. Davis. Beaitor. Poor health forrrs sale now. Prc .. '
Winter Park On these grounds area tenaa. F.L- ,, P fleer B--K-r.
: LAKE EOLA-3 blocks to Senior cathedral breeze way. living room floor with fine modern 10-room bungalow and Lancaster Park. You seldom 125 ACRES-100 plus D.ioye&"mfull THRWT SO FT lots la Dt.oiiR t 41 W Washington. 78O9. 817.000 Call Audrey Pli'.iran s.,h I ]l.; ,- 5 sinor on-

r Huh. Duplex furnished. Lover furnace and e1D. ..utom.tl. nicely a pretty -rom and bath guest cottage have opportunity t acquire lake bearing trees 85"- oranges. $330 each. M..1 Moss. Broker. 132S APARTMDT.-HooiB----6--tiJ ants.. Stimpson-Staton. --Phase 5159 'I 'I and inistaess

floor 6 rooms. 3 bedrooms: upper. 2'' landscaped .tl Lr.e. This a real buy at 12'.0 view homes of this type. Se Everett 1.032 oranges 4 to 7 years old. estimated Mam phone 8977 2 additional peat rooms nice location. TTTUSVILLE i Bnh.IY15'hoi' I'7' 1I1, ":l: 124 8 Maui
} apts. Newly painted out, ; 1&We will m0&be dea.blenel.hbrbo. t See H E I Wheeler with Wells tee N.with Orange.Robt. 1 Pr R.ltor. crop 35.OOO boxes. Production EXCELLENT LAKE FRONT LOT- Every room spotless, and block Ideal tourist court or anvbusiness.

new furnishings dld:1 an. A-1 I II .. Priced at ;I Shepherd Realty Co :0 E Washinston. 259.CEA past two seasons 26 000 and 30.000 close in. Oonly 1.050 on term nicely furnished Income 4aO mo. 386 ft frcntaaie on c.ain

I fnt. for home and In"oe i it : St. Phone 5106. ;: Sam_ !J warm For details oa ttv good :721'Bo Orange. 2-4351.
t be sold Owner be tr.lderr.. ,', W.slnlto ---I I WINTER PARK-".college and AIR sunshine, breze". free Orange County grove see Wm 0 BUSINESS CORNER.:38x129-oD with $10.000 cash balance $100 moat TiluSTlHe .y,
I otherwise 750. terms. Sam not Johnson Co.. 208 uS- SUBURBAN Furnished; ; s"ho.This Is good buy in | rust six minutes from Renrh.r. Broker 21 t_Wsshimtton. Edgewater and Yale. Owner. Apply 5'- interest. See Mr. Stewart with TOURIST-HOME -One of oar moa : : : ..
bus line city
Near no
a frame house Screenedporch downtown 4.700 B"EARING-T -Lake front- .t 2003 Edvewater. Harold: Shepherd Realty Co. ao Z- attractively decorated and ;-.: furpished -
_ _ _ bU1.lo. 2 bedrooms. lY11 I & taxes attractive surroundinghomes _ '
M.I Phone 5124. dooms
breexeway. 2-car ..r.... It's famished .e. heavy soil good varieties. BUILDING home- Washington St. .P5t homes w th five b -
MONTANA AVE.-5 and I rom. klchrn. terms. Call Bill Two new bungalows block. Average 22.000 boxes. ThisIs LOTS- your bath upstairs two
I bth, garage tubs. electric pump. for only 19$ production site now in tae attractive Date- lfKiri.a-lIDitS section. and apar4mrnt 60.bUI'l'1.,v I
Just finished by careful builder. Attractive -
t Near bus and s.pp. lo.. Plenty of grounds for garden chic Douglas with H Boland R..ltol. an Orange County grove beautifully dread Country Club section Lots ia .-. walking distance. 26OM. Better unrs downstairs and r>anAcrri; -

r but wel< wtth Shepherd. 16. k.a etc On busline This is a nice CerrUsn Bkl(. 672 N Or.na. Phone. and $7200 and .el. tnlshtd.. 16500 located and near Orlando Price all size Close in school bus and than 10rettlrD on investment genera! ioinae room and tin p.:' r: .s'o.. I j ,,, sod sasi rooms

1, 5 5124MAITLAND country place with plenty of possibilities. 3-4551 | East 0.. See r.S.ope. R.lor. $85.OOO Cavenaaah. Realtor- 43O3PRODUCING stores Priced reasonably Cash or Owner- 127 E. Gore 5035p'rgazeTSNortbeast. Prwf. S23.0OOOO Call MBS F'.si .a J qa:..

C. Pbo@t Piles SS250 c Emerlck.Realtor. I WINTER PARK Northeast section. 6 : Wldb.m GROVE:-15 acres '4 terms. Jane Bros. 33S N Main 7SS. 8 units, 2 with O'Harra-Moore. 2-ZoO, 1OB Ei CS 10 ptus

) --Cou.ie.-- ant 610 N_Orange I Atrath. 2-bedroom cement block | Valencia H pineapples good crop guest rooms. Sew furniture: electric i Pine ___ :.l ,: C .- .: '.
J b.t 2 screened parches, lurned. EI.tr" 'kitchen" included. set Cant be beat at price of S1O.- 100 ft. lot.
nicely redecorated.
$$6045. S36OO cash, balance SUNSHINE furnished Each PARK apartment-Duplex. 4 rooms I ton f tot Price. $8000. terms S18OO i BRAND NEW-Seven modern 5 and and 500 King Real Estate. 30 E. Church; INVEST-BUY NOW- I refrigerators Income possibilities 43O per month WINTER PARK-Beautiful bustnebUiWing ->

I easy terms.Aitamonte rash balance $42 per month. Mr I 6-room lun.low.: m.sD 843S "Open Sundays 1 balance site for prcesr 'crrt'see
and b.th. Electric refrigerator. with $10.000 !
$ 9f505
Sprlou-2 bm. sad M.al I Bryant with H-r.a Goodwin Ic.. frame .o I.tlon. '1 Sinterest Mar'te Will'aias. Heaior T.
> Chef ranges circulating oil hr.ters Priced $ We have three choice lots adjoining $IOO per month at
bat screened la he. Hvera A-l condition. 2 car garage. Owner Broker. 677 1 Orange: 9855. some lurled. settled while 53 Acreage for Sale Lancaster Park each 120 foot Nunes with Herman Goodwin Inc. person No phone information. 21 W 1'"I'' ." ., o.IIaIII :(
2 .. I .
citrus trees nice up now ..
leaving city wants immediate WVTR"-K-We have some un- ter Gt. Act quickly. Mr. frontage with many citrus trees Pay Bra tor 677 N. Orange 955. Washington St.WAREHOUSa -
S6OOO. t c.a blnc. ions houses terms.Lonawood both ,> Well located home and income. 811.OCO. .! ofrnn.. of ros Tigner prices are with J. P. Mattox 145 N APPROXIMATELY 23 acres 11 miles $20O down no more II,i.esr. no interest APARTMENT-HOUS9 .s-1 t I'S 7ilC. Ownet.l'i

lor rom terms. Sam Johnson Co.. 208 S I in properties Cal out 1000 ft on Cheney Hwy $995 till 1948. then payments each apartments upstairs Large, fireproof. .r Ii1' .. 1''tIIt'O

.It baths and screened prcbes. Main Realtor. Winter 659. Mal. 580. $200 down. Phone owner. 4349 II month. Hot 2 water.two room See owner. 227 S. Hu'hey modern with private R-R Eidin L; -
1 the other .
F 15. 1.0. c.a, I --- 2BEDROOM. thhou.fu -AND.TSbSn.to BEAR LAKE331 A front.-7 Hs'.l Bror Aifnrv R aors.!; 112 N td1corft"rlor Paved corner big loading afa. 13 1.I.5 '

bl.n. Ic term.Ph.1. .H SUBURBAN. Close in. Lovely 1 nished including acres just reduced from S.22OO to O;' nge A'.. TP! S189i !k3INESS- -SP" and tours7'unit renter of industrial zone C W WVtr 20

.i I R.1t. LD"o. less -bungalow. Air sp-. .tnw* r _rve IntR. teen well.. nearstore I rooms screened prh. deep well. S18OO to settle Ktt* Rnari- MnH- ,.nc_ i business or busi.icss -. Rea.tor. 672 N. Orange 6509.WAREHOUSE .
new off OrasstcIaom
Substantial 3-bedroom chicken house and garage outside '..5P : i in City limits just
NORTH I old. 2 step-down den; bus.:S3.6SI)0.sh terms. er Drive Club and watch 50 12Ox

home. sp.CIOU rooms. 2 prh6 .al "drom I to nSDnslbl..party. George King-) privy. Near school and churches. for signs. Exclusive. Hastings. ReaUlor. Trail on Highway Off M e marketif c':,' ,I'I'd fir ci.I
Every modern convenience. screen.d bard.o St O.nr on premises. 62'. E Central ,Arcade i. 4237SECTIOSlO for Sale 300. Price S7JSOO.
.> unfurnished. -I! floors: modern kitchen: 2-car 1401 W..lln.ton j 55. Country Property DOt so* before Sept. 11. Call IoIr.Ker.1t -
nicely for
l.oa.pd. 13.5 I I with laundry maids room and bath. 1 1I 2 BEDROOMS AND SLEEPING j NEW BLOCKHOUSE Priced CONWAY r 2O acres with O'Hara-Moore Realtors

116. fuDr Caenuh.t I Work shop. Porte-cochere. Exauisite- PORCH Practically new home. I quick sale. Living room dinette. 2 I good citrus land. $6O acre $2OO ACREAGE-2S small tracts m very 109 B. Pine. Phone 2-2380. Bri'sIr7. 36 x 00. on tot 50 i 15.7West

30. I furnished throughout including carafe grand location. S2.5OO to i I bedrooms bath and shower, screened down. Graded road electricity Insured desirable neighborhood adjoiniac< ,7c u'be rr var 'r" ..'' .' "'

.. NORTH EAST-2 stories. 3 brom I I ily e. electric kitchen washing machine handle balance at $ 5.25 month. I porch. attached garage l.und1 title. Owner P. O. Box 1458. Seminole Driving Park: some of I ... .. -

: den laundry tub sun dcl. baj i and r.dl pbono.r.ph Lovely Hampton. Broker. 531 1 pr Orange 1 j trayr. nicely shrubbed. Ask Orlando :i them lake frontage Owner lives OB i ..rv. S6TCO:: cash Ia.mate ocr, t: :
Rumbeaugh with Fred L. Real-j i L. Button -
Brokers protected
con:. in brom Ownr leav- 5013. H.I. property. -.en A -.c' Peter, Keillor 12 S
l.nd..P ror. Jt. tor. 150 Ave. Winter : Ph. p. o. Box 7* Loogwood.
j Fruit ce. nice I.'n all. Ter furnished ; P.rl HIGHWAY FRONTAGE 38: Maj. J-S786. '
G. I tn. Pice. S10.5O S HOUSE partly ; < 342ARCHITECTS acres CORNER HIGHWAY 17-92 Alta
Call with Joe Vfyers. RoW
lorl.r: Son R.tr. In the rea: one : on 17-92 and 16 acres on 441 Both moate BorIngs Rd. Sew ultra modern -
P Homes.
R.ltr. Fn. L 23176. duple not after just outside city and both conta.a i basutess bulletins': Beau for immediate ": it ST'7- ': 'lt wtitr iur-Jie'I
turib.d .
NORTHWEST-This house 1 furnished -t I 2 phone I ISRO'moer RESIDENCE small good groves One fronts a large lake. COUNTRY- I IW Living quane! p 1 o :' 'as'l 105c tot
p m.ol : 25._ to be oceupan-.r. '
and has 3 sleeping rom r rt. SUBURBAN BOMB Short distance homo planned specifically See Hale Dean with Bettes Investment foe ba. druz Mare reslau- 3.J t'it. : -. : or. Presr.sirro -
I I home lo.tee on ,I later when prices go down miles from Orlando. 2> acre. 2 Suitable .i! '
.t.U.a to floored attic that from city. S r assortment I and Co 25 W. Washington Pbone ? service station! Plenty of WAREHOUSE I > > PL
easily be converted. Convenient to allSunshine of fruit good; stately I Lr.e roms 3 I, .u being completed. Leaving town 8513 acres recently planted to onuses, ran or Inquire at Bui.uiiHt e on i o f Park activities. Quick pos I Attractivestucco homewith i closets Al a <'' must sell In restricted subdivision I frame bungalow furnished faa kitch parting space. 12 OOO feet new .. : : bio ..- !' HE O -
shade trees. | Would make ideal sq-iare concreteblocic
f session. S950O. about 6OOO cash. Ask 6 rooms I't baths fully furnished rooms oa high dry ground generous LAKE ITAGE liallmtleoi en with new 8-foot ESectroliu boot. 2 i j cement floor railroad 3.0- .ii"art ; & spot nas bffnnon
apartment or office. Near basne. lakevlew and 15 ft cornerwindow bedrooms and bath S48OO. with SledS 1 .. ..
for Smith Robt. L. Pryde Also 2-car i 1 prVielu. a.duttced.r. .15t'"" _. 'I' 'he is i Ii'I.fo
R.lh WIt and in good repair. section. $3250 will handle. F. in 1 bedroom beautiful John a Lake with 80 acres in Plenty at doors for leadin;
668 N. 2-4596. rom. down balance monthly > '- -h '<1ev -h"T
: tn. ca
with 4 rooms and bath i good citrus land In spot ; Excellent location to the -
garage .p.rment. llsoa. Realtor. 37 W. Washington7513 with 8 ft. closet dining room kitchen very warm Hail Bros. Agency. Realtors, 112 B.
NORTHEAST-Beautiful 2-bedroom I. furnished. Also ar.nt'. hous I ] garage large tile bath. Bendix in rich citrus section. Splendid fIshing Orange Ave.. Tel. 5189. CITY ulrn'JQSt outside .auUluliy IlelIurs'>. d:5tric' -.c'rvo. -cr'kThum'hcI

concrete block home. [a.bl. of 3 rooms and bath. la.g. good 'I 18-. INCOME-Here a sweet high- stoe. r.fr1rr.tor. 82 ft. lot. A1re.dfln.nd. and camp sites bathing. Good I I .00 cd.r.. Use S6O [" Hall Snot Accncy. P.csltors. 112 XOranxe "' '

neighborhood. '695. cu I It term I desired Mr. Bush with producing income i property. lot payments of abut investment. A place to play in Summer highway riunla.c and railway :.nt- Ave Tel 5189.TV.Q .
White Bros.. 824 | Hutchins. Broker. Phone and Winter. Reasonably priced.
ISO x 222. well located on north side. $35 1. 1948. Total cot ate ov rlcoitin lo-.i-iy Isle Wo.:<-eriui -
I ORTHEST-Nea new Fern Creek '2-0583 at 409 8. Or.nl Ave. I A neat. S-room bungalow and 3 apartments I $8700 on Euston St in GI.DCo sub 122f Palmer St._PhOne 5467. CAMPSITE-O.S acres of land with industrial site or ia'.al bie for In anror.c
185of lake frontage Is this cabin tIle
ShoL .; 2 bedrooms; I SOUTH bungalow. : I all completely furnished and : dvitsion on west end of Lake l'i ACRES frosting 100 ft. on lane tastily furnished *2MO.Speak tooSeRes..l" first class trailer park or tourist STORY DUPLEX 1 b.or* ., I (Os aLsci

Close to bus and stores. Immediate j I large-narc : now producing $2664 per year. Seldom i i ney. Ph 2-2650. Jack Moore. lake. Five miles east of Winter Whitney Spiegel Realty Co. cabins. Loui Gceslin. Beaitor. 143 Like Zola. 5 blocks East Post Oi :- 1 11' 5 '55 with .1 toso-

t possession. $9500. terms. 1 rage. Corner x 10O. ." are we able to offer you suchan Park. $1.600 T. .. Lindorft. Realtor Realtors 706 Metcalf Bldg N Main: 21456.COLONIAL :i I"I In oraS 130 OO year Prr< r 7811. 216 SF
Sam Johnson Co 208 S. Main. !I 85000. Jim M. Caldwell with opportunity at I 1.B. terms. *i FOR SALE BY OWNER rooms. 2-3983 or "731.ZOAcUStme. 2-3269._ : 712.500 CO Johr.sroa: Henry Broker :

; NEW 2-room rottage ID Orb Vista. I Peter. Realtor. 12 S. Main: 2-0786. rash. See Mr. Ltl. Harold bath screened porches garage. : muck land cleared CLOSE TO CITY LDoIITS-3 acres DRIVE-Near business ii W Cjiurrh S' Pi 6545. : -, .,. -.tattoo Inrted

_1.6. On.h.1 rah Phone 593. I SOOAT- borne lur1'd.S. Shepherd Realty .. E. Washington I large .t citrus trees. Low down and drained adjoining Duda's eel- for fine small garden soil. Citrus tarm. trees.Electricity Space; intersection 5O foot corner laT vC'.lNT"SOMEONE f.L3K to pay rout 31" ... .... .:lse 7115; of tale

NORTRVAS-New frame. 3 bedroom ,'' bus and St Phone 8124. I payment. See it at 2O N. Wootmornland err farm at Lake Hart $2500 M. J. ga*. paved nursery road. -. and both with nice 4 room home. Excellent 5699718117 rei,;1* Then acquire this fine apart-

bungalow lot. Hardwood O will : you in; i i Moss. Broker 132 S Main: phone I to cstabUsh a. business on ,r.r'nsure I ocs/pd where li..n-
corner : D. fame cottage. Oarage. $8900 terms. SEA: :'Y -r zoo:) br r'tt
floors attached garage breezeway. i iA Act oul"ly-e i i: HERE'S A GOOD BUY- utheatj 6977- S2OOO eash. Herman Goodwin Inc.. the highway and have a comfortable I i ar trs ai siTJ will be in rtcii rd.A'.wnys z' 'i'

Price S11.5OO. liberal terms. Paul M.r1e Wil.m. { 1.0 DOWN-DUPLEX- j I section. Li block to bus. New ", 40 ACRES-Bear Head Rd across Broker. 677 N Orange: 9855 or *M. borne also Only $9.500 Cal Ray a t-iant waJin Lt. Con- iori"->- Call .tack tpr.

T "Bustrr Carter. 9516. Realtor. 21 West Strct. I 1 ment tIle constucton. 5 large rom from Daetwyler. adjoins FlnecastleB.se Leaaon with Joe G Myers. Rtaiior.663S. &i.uction A-l Well furnished. Property any s.. n C V irvR; itor: 672

ID R.ltrs 12 i S. Phone 5106.SIJBIJRBANNew. Princeton near N Orange 2 complete nice b.t l.re porch Cornerlot. Nice building site Electricity "Fine Homes." priced MaKe a down payment -I (7--"- "I JV'Ne12'd652.

: .sme-I 2-bedroom home ina lurnlhe apartments. PIe.Slo. with only $4350 running water Price reduced from of 8S.OOOOO Let income finish wme -
balance. central ioraticr -
\. with 119 ft. 10te. neighborhood of new homes. Lot B.lnce monthly. BeUtr rash. Mr. Wb..r) with C. B Da1. $ to $3.50O for immediate sale. CLOSE IN Guest home. 2 story the- Exclusive PrncoU BAUTTfi: ? Best
320 x 217 ft. Price 85950. terms. Don't phone. Charles Realtor. 41 W. Washington:: Phone 2-2883 Tile roof. 8 roans- 2 baths. '' V Stwle. Broker. Dial 3-1008, 45 :: ex- > nt equipment. Owner
owner 1 frame.
roof. Oak no.
1' b.t. LeUm. brok- .e S. Main .89 _ Corner of 2 paved roads. 4 miles _to West'Centra Avenue. iso othjr r-cr-- S5 000 'otal. semerrrs
down. Strickland Chabot with A. T. including
Vancant. D.vl J 4OA RESi Completely furnished _
move Wlbul off Cross
IITpl.crL new I 10 acres. fWiO trees. pineapples and '' ? A5: "' M Coy with SarrmieFran.i.
23 W. Phone 6675. Street. Open Sunday 2 I equipped with
right in. Offered unfurnished -I cr. State Hiehway 2 miles City Limits. Valencia Has produced as much as 1__. lAunrtry room :. room 4. Ciirrai
t by out of town :: to settle SUBURBAN- ta miles out. New. 2 i THIS IT- $1SO per acre 1 3 cash Mr. Stone SSOGO for one crop. Partly furnished I electric washer. 2-car garase. Large ,' EXCELLENT LOCATION for gmai:

t estate. Lt us submit offer. I Ii bedrooms Wood floors large lot I with M D Bailey. Realtor: 30 E. 2-story frame home. 4 bed rooms. lot. n-.cely landscaped. $17.500. terms. business on main thoroughfare >a

t See .. 19 $5650. S1000 cash balance like I BY OWNER-Well built new mod Beautiful Cherokee Park fine 4I Church 47B7 l'i baths. Rents SlOO AIM .. KiDS BraS Estate. 30 E. Church; 8439. fastest growing section in Or.andoSO BUS!' -..-<. I f- ..'vnv 'eo''ten
\ ; _ .
; I to 1OO ft. frontage at less than -1ir1'l -' -hi:, IrS SI0000 It'herio
ltCfA E'I "Ouen Sand?; :
i Phone 2-3155. I'I I Nunex with Herman Goodwin Inc.. designed. 6 room concrete I I1* on corner. land house. rents $25. Priced at $25JMO '
H berom b.t 120 ACRES extra choice citrus ,
!. 677 N. Orance: 9855. block home. UY room dininj ; pl\ .. Immediate cleared and plowed ready to plant.on with some terms CABINS AND APARTMENTS- i I prevailing cost per front toot. Buy $
\ 3 bedrooms. of this fine home. month la- now on our easy term and watch lSTi'1137 NED SrHa'cc -
possession 8MO llU3T7i'3
I SOUTH-New block house furnished. I room fine lake and clay road in very lug 8700 to per
'I NORTHWEST SECTION-New Electric refngerstor. gas stove. Large screened porch plenty, of extra Furnished. 118.0: unfurnished, $16.i .-- warm section. Aralon reeion. At Han Bros. Agency. Realtor. 112 NOrange. comer Tear round rentals. 540.060.I your Investment (row a* you pay C; F"irick 'OnerasRnlI'Il1
2brom Garage. 12 citrus.Near I lane Including 500. Phone 2-3134. SIM.i Vee Van MoteS wills C. 'I Paved streets, sewers and all utilities 170 N OsnzeBciI'rs
bungalow with I.r.e. washing machine. cost panll i b.ra.in price Owner. 1224 PalmerSt I liberal terms. : _
I Corner available if desired. Call Cai-
I brck close to stores bus and bu.180. S30OO dow.b1.ne I I and beater dot. with duct PIP Phone 5467 i I McKentie. 104w.central; -4775.. I clEan and Roland. Inc. CarnginBide. nnJ locaf.on Frozen
t Dandy buy for as rent. each room large windows Incno -' I : Guest Cl" Cr 'te eauiaip'nt 5-
1 location.
i 2-8. ACRES CLOSE IN-Choice 872 9. Ph. 24351.WR .
18OO flat pine woods partly Orance .
: '
'liaG at only S7850. 8750 2-bedroom concrete i Inc extra large picture .Indo. < TOURIST HOME-New 3-room modI fenced. Excellent cattle HIGHWAY 13-8 miles from town. 5 borne plus 850 aparune.nl. S bedrooms rci'It, 7 .1 n- oic"I--d S4>no
more for civilians. SOUTWE 1 etian blinds throughout white II.. Furnished. 1401 grazing I 830.- .. I 1 n'.h. PC'ter with
I I Neat and new. New I era Tourist Dry debt 2 miles hard road. acres 2 houses -ona 2 bedrooms, 2 ba.as. well lumished. 0
I Trade with Swaid. Louis Gerslin.Realtor. kitchen equipment and washing ma- i roof. Property 1 located in nice M West Washington Street. 13 mile now from Orlando on $7 SO per sleeping porch 2 screened porches : 000. 8S5O cash. Hinton. Beaitor HAVE Homes craves cutest 17: mv', ..1'.->::: Inc 677 5. Or-
shopping s I homes trailer parks, busynesses for
143 N. Main: 2-1464. fruit 85.80O : lion of city ar.1 aho. room kitchen. bath unfurnish ,
chine. living .
I NI. .rI. U.s center and busline lot and i i NEW. MODERN 2-BERO House acre. Striolini with M J Mots. Bro- 7S32.DUPLEX sale. Call Mr Boerstler, 916 Kohl
furnished. Courtney Realty; 392N. many other nice features. .Price $14.I .- Wlr for elrtru cor- ker. 132 S Main: phone 6977 ed. Small 3 room cottage furnished I -2 nice 3-_ apartment Ave. with Henry Burch, Broker; 2- BOAT FP VN'-HISB Nauona.ly
Orange: 2-2471. I' 2-0641. Near stores school bus I 2 screened porches. 20x46 garage.rhicken Also small cottage and a trailer '; 1O9O. Listings appreciated. kinwn rnsnj -mrer of "Chamrion-

OCOEE-Facing beautiful lake Stab I 2ro bungalow. 800. Ph. i' 1..0 OO Cash or terms t responsible 53-1. Ranches and Timberland I houses. _ I an furnished. BringIng in now 875 a I ship" prtd h.-3f and small -r2ft.

.D on paved rod 2-b01 SU On corner plot i JUST LISTED Nice .h.dr lot. 3 George KIng. owner. 141 W. LAKE-fRONT- house fur month and bring quarters for owner. dealer rc't'c'

I bath. living rom. kt"hen I Owner has purchased.a.le. a larger home bedroom hme 1 car garage w.lkI I I W..h.nIto, St. CATTLE RANCHES "Since 191$:' nished. 3 acres land. 12 miles Orlando. Lot 150 x 25O $'. terms. Mrs. sr''t'S,, aria. If'you ts"e

1 dinette. Large and will sell furnished for S7500 wit Ing tom downtown. 10500. !!' NEW 3-BEDROOM HOUSE. one bed Ask Asher Peter. Realtor. "He S875O. "xou better see Byrne Stone with C B. Davis Realtor. 41 GOLDEN HAS ITTourist f-) '. ::! f r a lDn or demonst-
ed sleeping nook. Separate laundry I It cash. at office. Exclusive Partly See Mr Boerstlerwith about it." 1964 W. FaIrbanks Win 7809 Court Location-One of the tt.->. aI'I! nail t-niars .o T.
\ H Key turntr room and kitchen finished. Large c-otably knows 12 S. Main. W. Washtngta: '
building deep well with pump I H Broker. 916 S. I best locations for motor court on Aktcy. 12, ; ri Atlantic Ave Day-
t\ Citrus trees corner elctrt I C. P. Ehumway. Realtor. 140 N. Orange Kuh.2-1090..Burch let. water, elrtrllt7. near store trP.rk._ __ DUPLEXES "l tile baths.terrazao :I 17-2 Highway. 90 ft. on highway

& Bonnet lt 0n. 17.0.1Bnnet ; 2-3282. sehooU bus. $ 0. Fins" i your 54. Lots for Sale j i MERRITT ISLAND-4O acres. 4 room floors. insulated an : running 6OO ft. back to beautiful
Wltr Lake THIS 13 one real buy. five room I and terms In citrus equipment included. wall BU9IKTS.V U established grow-
t I BLVD. Highland .1 lye 11..0. house. 5 acres planted kitchen lake All cleared wIth new 2-bed-
Grdra.I _ _ _ TRCE Beautiful 3-bedroom bme. 1 house partly completed on Highway George KD ALTAMON i E SPRINGS-15 lots avocadoec. niaacoes. persimmons and heatingunit.. Venetian blinds, steel'! ;' room concrete block house furnisbed. log rtra;; :ohins, Excelirnt Io.-a-

I ORWIN MANOR-Beautifully built, recent construction- Modern 1. Indian Rive City From O.n owner. 1401 W. Washington i close in. Will sell at a sacrifice or other frolic and flowers lLa miles cerement windows tile sins extra for owner's use Imm-cOate arcn- lion Si. B.j--.9 .""&llH for selling. 3a.-

concrete tile. lifetime roof tile I er. Write Box 594 a ] trade for a late model car Ph. location close to rchools. These saa at _.7'3 Cail Iris FaJSmer ii'.i
1 floors. A 2'e ter heating system. Pic $1.5. s HOUSE Small with large lot $800. from Cocoa about a mile from. Canaveral fine panty This is an outstanding biyr.
floor furnace.dandy Large living with furnished terms. Qeo. H Kttrede, VETERANS. Use your Terminal leave ,I II Next to-I.s house o GoddardAve. -!9 or 122 N Mills.AMslfc Harbor Project.1' O. Box 9 3.Cocoa. ST new and nice they ,:11 earn you A C OnTden. Broker. 1121 N. Or- nb.-. M c.Broker" 3494. 2d.1t..oI.
fireplace. room I ft Son. Realtors. 3-3176. i I pay to buy a home. We have new2bedroom in ,. Shores. Orlando. bi and Goloen Oak Court. Pia.POULTRY! 151. on your inv slm nt. See Cram ian U"der- 'I' '
V'1 large corner 11 Price I :. homes for 10'i down. be.ulllul snaded with H.'.,:tori. Brokpr. 531 S. Or- ,. Winter Park.
reduced $4400 VIRGINIA DRIVE "SECTION-2bedI GI HOMES--We can build"and firTacce MX1J ft A corner I FARM 2 bedroom modern pass Opea Suuoay.
t 11.5. morua. porch. frame ,, sammie F.ncwo. Realtor: room 4. in tot for rambling uojie or home storage. 14 En-e50t3.: BU.-T'-'hr. C7."RTUNrrlSS: trYltt.I
balance home
i I I rooms, sleeping I II I your GlencOA c7.1 I garage '
Re.t. j Central duplex. school and BUS. owner. GUT iLKstabU f. I'c -,'ItS Room 5. 43 W.
115-E. Robinson: dial 2-3753. I bungalow. Good condition $6500 Ac.de 41. city conveniences and poultry houses oranges shrubs BOltt-Close -
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ORWIN MANOR $2500 cash balance terms. C. C. Garletts. OWNER forced to leave Orlando. Will I| have new completed houses Box 598 S-Star. hade trees. 4 miles Winter Park. beyond question. Income over 8300 CtnttJ. f.L .j i V. Sieele.

1 S-room -Beantiful modem I: broker 912 N. Mills. 2-1747 sell his .2-bedroom home with be sold under GI financing. Rex'McGill ADAIR SECTION-Over 100 lots in i Asking S997S. 'You better per saonta plus owner's quarters. 57. Soul Estate E8ea e4
home lure. Gas floor :i 1153 Orange Ave. I Ir complete kitchen equipment located I Re.ltors 128 N. Orange. > this beaubfuL restricted residential Byron about it." 1964 W. I First time on market. Owner retiring. CHICKEN B NCH wiTh furnished 8
furnace tile b roof. WINTER PARK
Shade. 812.SOO. Broker. JO8 I r Vacancy. 2 furnished- 1 lot. I lear schools and shopatnc cente. I Phone "17. section. Lots a vo.uo up. Buy Winter Park. i, Call Dm Dudley. Realtor ATTENTION-Will trade *bd new room hc-i". 'arse garage lot 100
Price and terms right. I mill Orlando 24745. lot for of I ihie trees. B2 large
N. Main; 7325. Income $140 .- s SMALL NEW block house. All elec where vaiues star up. I; Smyrna Beach property 1 X 367 !
Big mont. Open 10.0. Hughes. Forrest Kllgore: 45 Ceatral -, tric. Venetian blinds. By owner T. Development Co.. Is* dun Bids; RUP.AL HOME-Just out of Orlando !! equal value in or near Orlando or I bearing .r'-..i"r.eu, bruoder bouses
ORWIN lutue 1012 2-2907-6239. j jYES
JOR2 bedroom concrete and P..vaue. Ave. Phone R. Jonas. One block oft CheneyHighway. tMipne8JdJ._ on paved road and in view of a GUEST HOME-Close In and overlooking good automobile. 14O4 B. Washing- ,' large S3i-r .id pens uider she.er
bll on large corner I $1000 cash buys home. Rest like BEVERLY Wilkinson-Drl.. I one of our tonjst I wIll as onneicic Incur. Priced
I lot. "Among the Jamalo. T SHORES- fine main highway. For quality Jzrst''k"7la1'le _
Lvl rom d1. rom.. U. v.NDEoER frame Lke. rent. Large lot well located among 2 bedroom "con the only 4 Iota left. ibId lest lulU roominess there is nothing to equalit One 2-bedroom ,, TLL TRADE-13!2 acre producing I loT uu lrta.l2. S6008. Also sorkol.HOO
for pttu. 2-bdrom I home owners. Insured good neIghbore. BYOWNENe. well shaded. bedrooms in house Large na- Plymouth Exchange I n .' -.I St market price L.
shower Venetianblinds ana Excellent location In the city at its price. Two largebedrooms. i; orange grove near
.ldOW yeat. bnds pnh I Write Box 464 8-Star. e. blok breMw. at- Large lot with cit I A. Gr-in.o. i.ci-r. Winter Garden
has left throughout. iou ft. Venetian blinds tile S .bOu. Call Ray l nnon with Jon plenty of closet space rage apartment for fillingstation or ether
11 .tor. O..r Cre. I t."he 6638. "Fine rus. Income 8S4O per month OPA good business N. F. Lock- ph 2 _ _
property must be sold at frontage. 1947 refrigerator COLONIAL HOUSB3 bedrooms 2 75x135 landscaped lot. (I. Myers.. Realtor. large living room with fireplace and property '
once. Price S12.5OO with some terms.C. electric stove electric water heater 'I baths I]:I I b.t. College Park district.. HomesFiVtRLY/ opening out to screened porch. A cell *)*:. An exceptional buY at $31.- miller, Rt. 1, Clermont, 5! miles CoOSK IX Hluhway location. Gr3-

R Eenk Realtor. 610 N. Or- I 1.0. furnished. Phone 3529. A T. ten and bath.e.C= t:11n-i $10.500. 1029 W. Smith b\lD1 Ave. SHORESBulkl your new central heater room assures Winter :, 588 00. Bettes Investment Co. 25 W. south. I cell sri :npa". Good lease Bn-i-

i DYI. Broker J S. Main. I with mahogany period home amid the new homes In this comfort. Kitchen and dinette tunuI i I Washington. Phone 8513. nets tro-- 711] ,00 weekly 815.000.

AVK.-2-bedroom I WINTER-PARK. 920 Kentucky Aye I electric kitchen: curtains and drapes. 51-1. Lake County Property beautiful section. A few large tots I ture and two Hollywood beds are i i 57-1. Beach rrapcirty stor* ai. I '--s Hin'on, Realtor.

OLBY block hou. nue. Furnished frame. two $25.000. Shown by appointment only still available. Walter W. Rose Investment : included. Lake privilege The lot is GUEST HOUSE-In hospital section ISO Z._ 1.- ir7632

sHot windows _COntctIn. Lot bedroom large lvic moer rom h.rd I Ph. *6614. city blocks en Co.. 49 N. Orange Ate. ''loo'x33Ith some poultry houses a small guest home that can provide COCOA BEACH-Ctood deveiopment ,I CONCftEli:: S'-OtSC PLANT-Fully

; 50 X 140. Price $re.e. down, I I wood floors. Ve.eU. bl' SIEWISEDROOM HOM-Dllhtu MOU 441-grove DR-To h..v crop on trees. Orwia Manor office 3356 N. Orange I and two electric brooders. Owner year round income With nice I: investment opportunity Home and I 90531771. '1 E: *ahll&bed Reansonabiy
120 screened porch I city location Ave. ias been transferred end is selling furnishings good condition Only I i 6 o-ean front lots favorably located I priced O-4r-r has other buimessFJioae
balance easy lkes Large two story house with two furnished I
Broker. 1121 pafment.. Ave.Golden nesrMaitland :I flare and water heater in attached large lot with nice lake 10 I apartments oa second floor. COLLEGE PARK-.Close to. Lot 5OX at a loss at S3.OOO. Mi.Iutt-Heaslej, $14.500. Call Fred Reese- with Pulsipher. Realtor_ 2---i 04ly
Beautiful priced right minutes from downtown. Large Realtors, li W. Washington St. j ji Harra-Moore.. 2-O836. 109 K. Pine. COCOA BEACH ia Orlando's beach
; Winter Pars. 'Ia. lot I i four room furnished cottage storebuildIng 145. All Street Improvements. Price DROG STOIOL -Splendid Orangv Ate-
Open Su.d.7.u.depa. by owner. 781 rooms screened porch floor coverings lots of shade trees. Rentals $725.Owner.2-4531._ :i I! Mr. Pulsipher the only realtor I "C S .1.' 0'toSiXi approalrna'c-
ORWIN MANOR WINTER PARK-Business Block. New trulhout. P.ve street and ,1 $18OO per year. Good investment as |I I I COLLEGE PARK-SO_ft- high_and : WINTER PARK. Near-3OO" highway |I' over there has lots and houses favprably I 89 P Q0n r. ar. Fine s %. good

tive SECONAUrae concrete Income $223 ,. sewer. 1933. cash balance I I Ii I.I home or Income property. Price ', dry. nice homes $750. Hiu- fmlll.leo: bearing rltrus trees: GUEST HOME Lovely. clean and located reasonably priced._ Hxari' 1 I'.ory lease oo' once

rooms .11. tile floors:;screened I per month.cntructo.G reDt property. Pr i monthly this. Can Field $15.000; half cash balance terms. '' toa.Realtor150 among E. Robinson; 76J2.I : I also nearly now 6-room masonry : attractive. Fully furnished Has S HAVE"sbMrreiiy fine tonics. 81S .in a b 'I;:- .:. !/> 5'-t we ft.tunaenoi -
front ponji.: electric 'the Inn.tol a good with H. F. Boland. Realtor. l. II I II I See your Broker, or owner 513 Hish1 I I bungalow completely furnished including bedrooms. 2 _tbL Earning capacity OOO to S2O.OOO. AU ocean fronts I >:lj '0"' r "ou su n an opportunity -

stove and beater. rfrlrr.tr.! i 15.0 terms. Huckel-'Nt.l Rea> Building. 672 N. Orange: 1. -I 1 land._ _ _ i i I DUBSDREADCOUNTRYCLUSsec aU gas kitchen: additional MOO to $450 per month. Takes less Some furnished. Pulsipher. Realtor -. 'i I r J35 000. terms S20 -

I VesT reasonable...tel $1500. teim SamJohnson trs 18 B. Robinon I CHECK THIS ONENot fa to Jun ORANGE GROVE 20 acres surrounded >''I lion. Large lots low as $495. easy cementblock building; suitable for than 87000 for cash payment. Se CrIsra Beach.I OOO caf! oa i -'' arranift S"f MrC'J.

C.. S Main.ORWINMANORLooking. 3-bedroom 2 bed-j by water. High hammock terms. Pay monthly.. Have lot paid any kind of business. An ideal setup this wonderful opportunity before yon LtUe r :: ''d ttlipfrlserd Rca

2 WINTE PAK-Pew.1 Know- tr 01 steeping pr"h House In good I land frost Grove In excellentcondition for when building materials become I for someone Price. S10.0OO. S3.0OO buy anywhere. Trade with Swald. 58. Real fMrniej WamtI I 20 E.'A"n "en 8.. Phonr 5124"
for a corn i rms prot. available. Property in this high lsss I' OfferedI Geeslla. Realtor. 143 X. MaIn;
Gas refrigeraton. 'I cash balance Sl.OOO yearly. Louis
and 70OO
laundry with I DRYCtEflMNO and press.7gOr-
home with construction than les section. vehe \ { .DProxlm.teJ
Pt section Ia bound to Increase rapidly
included Mattox. Broker 2-1464.
baths. 811.5OO. circulating box Ntce .. navigable exclusively by J. P. i i I N' DuaMins Favorable
elbow large enough to really < sewing rm. .i crP. in value. Buy today ahead of tilts I!I j ACR&S. homes businesses and ante A" s-
rm. I Stone
? brick { terms. appointment. Ben F.FIelds price of .875 ters. Mrs. to o.n No better grove to increase- We have beautiful I 145 N. Maim 5809. craves. Buyers waiting. Courtney s-F, or 'c.- I (1'I 'r 5U1.'Ie'v TdIiUiTS
liv' hardwood contrcUon with H. F. Boland. Realtor.Carman C. B. R.ltor. 4 W. WashI I be found in Laxe County. Price $27.- some 12BEDRoOMframebi I .: excellent I II Realty: 392 N. Orange dial 3-2471 owe-r- 'I Prirod or tuck
rl. large lots right oa the soil course.
fon rom Bldg. 672 N. Orange; 2-4551 I".to '809.ATCVE 500. Phone A. T. "iBuster" Carter, I| condition. Electric stove water 'HIGHWAY 17-92 Tourist court. I sat5 t 'I '-I H Calducil wthI
t 1' bt" l.r. Water lights gas and bus available. : APARTMENTS-Homes, Groves. Bos- I
tile front Ipar Butane or Winter Park 540-R. 9516. Jamerson and Carter R.lor i heater laundry tubs. deep _U. Owners cottage completely furnished shop I Aal'rr Fr..rr. if 'il-or, 12 5 Haiti.I .
Paved. Carrigan Boland. Owner ness Property. "Stop as yon
.C fo furnace. Laundry 2-car gar WIT PARK-New S rom U 12 S Main.READ Carrigan Bldg.. 672 N. Orange; 2- electric) pump. Large chicken house with 2 new rental lake units.front Owner plot : next to P1*. Bank" and list it aitin

la.pd. nicely shaded lot b.t. I.re porch |1 smn home in excel- j 4551: evenings. 2-2534. i sad pen. Work shop and garage I will Include adjacent i.George Klttredte A Son Realtors.i I E0T CO? Rlsv-.syNIT'i.rI't

V 12 15 II o corner. Price place. Open I' block, three j I I Large shade tr's. Dandy lawn and I Total price $16.500 Exclusive WIth C. 17 East Central-2-3176. Civr. -.-->. ,.? n! 15--p dnjhie
11.0. O. Fredrick. 118 N. Sunday 10 blnd. h N. Orange retc, back of lovely EVERY WORD i EXPOSITION PARK-40 lots. From >I. shrubbery. About 5 acres. $675O. Bait i T. Shumway Realtor 140 N. Orange; I i I eofj-'t": a rfitaurant coirip'.Ftflyhed.

H.rl.. 8188 Ave. I 1.1 !,I .e street i | brick hiway to Exposition grounds cash balance monthly. Virgil Jones I 2-128Z. BUNGALOW LISTINGS in north i dtIn.. .. .1 oI'd I ci.rrwmtori

Dal Hi! 1e. $4750 00. s; Desirable 1-story home high above $125 each. Terms. Lane with Her- with M. Moss Broker 132 S. Main I LAKE: FRONT-Gnest borne. One of !IOriandol and east sections. Also borne and ; 1"r : = This proorvon

WIN PAK-W. are ple.s Hr. Wilcox O. P. S.op. ; and overlooking man Goodwin lac* b77 N. Orange; 6977. ; _. lar est. best located income listings. Wilbur Strickland, '.
ORWIN MANOR-New S room bungv- I bautIful. navigable i I !I phone Broker. 23 W. Cilurrls.0675. i ( :1 on H'"Iriay No I IapprnximK Isilt'
low, 2 large bedrooms all tile erty which consists of 3 prop. < tor 6 East Pine phone 51. Lake Dora at Jt Dr.. Southern i 9853. 3-ACRE- Plot-facIng :3OO ft. on highway j properties. Includes splendid garage ; _ a ,. '. 7 ::1 iOO"
plastered walls, hardwood b.t dividual duplex apartment I exposure. with screened FERN CREEK AT KALEY-SO' X ISO 17-92 and 220 ft. on big lake apartment. All nicely furnished. Lot. BUNGALOWS-A good lIsting Is a ft or" 'i's" -: itiltlarrvIs
I Oor. bult potch. Living 15x24. fine location for store apartment !I S5COO. 100 300. Priced right terms right. sure saleIt We wilt furnIsh the ba I ,
ear attached garage with laundry in this II rom. HeatOI, Beautiful cabin or home site. i I x &'r'i IIlIl "r a Is-se 'rs.crrar'n
room. Price 810.500. Harlow O. Fred- bulID'a, t entire area t p prop\ I Lator fireplace and built-in-floor oil or house. Bargain cash. terms or will I M. J. Moss. Broker 132 S. Main; for good income and money maker i I effort if yon supply the nrodaet. T.K. a ,'1 ci" '. extrs coI'a"CC Os's'gItn

rfrk. 118 N. Orange Ave. Dial 8188. situated 'b the type heater. Two 12x12 bedrooms each trade. George King owner 1401 W. phone 6977. _ _ Jim M. Caldwen with Acher Peter. Hastings. ReelIng 6Z14 B. Ceo- < '. OIa tIlti to pI'-msiv 51111isTpYr'r
Great to Orlando." 1 terants. atr.c h.b' at :OUTSIDE CITY LIMITS-If you are II i with 3-way exposure. ample closets. Washington_ MODERN HOME Fnrniched. I IRooM Realtor. 12 S. Main 2-O786. j tral Arcade); 4237. | 1% 11 "eilci"it pt'ts'ttt'crt
X' .i
i I place we have ; Bath with built-in tu bo.rr. Adequate I I .7' ,' 'Ii loge to 'sedI's"l
least 12' and due to practically I iter.te in .m.i FERN CREEK-New school 2 blocks. 10 acres bath hot water. LOT SO x ft. on main butlneia g
LAKE choice lifetime CDtrCtl there will b I tbreerm with four lots. space ia kitchen and dining acre lot. $:. easy terms. thisis 100 citrus trees. 40O chickens. Jerseycow. street. Owner here for a few days your property with aggressive tr.ii,11l I" -. $T! OOO it'tc'.I'4.-

PAR one of AVE.IUE1 very btU upkeep years. For Only S15OOOO .s balance S180O 0 room. Inlad linoleum floors and plY- the dry breesy section of Orlando.I horse, 3 calves, tractor. garage. says--"Skll quickly for '15.000." I Realtors. Chenanlt A Jenninxs Ine a.'ti '.1- II:. -i Kfp-oM SPhTaE. !

sUon. bedrooms sleeping t or-I an other details contact I I' payable 825.00 pr month. See wood interior sheeting throughout. Owner. 2-1518. _ outbuildingsNew refrigerator. For Kathryn 'Ibo Wl'' South Realty 672 N. Orange Are., Phone 7234. P.'all C' ,l Wa'n.i. 'on SFPOZF.N -

and large living porch. Geo. F. Br.s Realty Company, 19 E. Windham with P. 5.0_ Realtor
Partly furnished. Rasmuaen with :1en.ulb. Central Ave. Phone 2-315V ,'I 6 East Fine phone 5812.A
Relton. 4308. I WINTER PARK-Lake front bonus !I Occupancy No. 1st. Take it or '433. Phone 7593. 6 ROOMS AND 29 acres 9 acres. ,I Restaurant grossing owner $100,000 ; WIfl-Wc have me-' CUoRD EQUIPMENT
PRINCETON S07 W.-Completely are always scarce. We are pleasedat I leave it price of S12.OOO for quick JAMAJO choice lots. 900. over fenced paved road Plenty fruit i .ualJ7. Real estate exclusive 01' Beets fur modern S and 6-room must b1 .VU! soil i s.i or ra.'

tuned 2 bedroom frame bun. being able to offer a b.ut'ul A LITTLE TOURIST NEST .Just sale. Shown by appointment only looking 3 lakes. 2 blocks from new '2 wells 10 miles from Orlando. Only building and equipment worth .,- bones. If TOUT "house Is far sate. 2719 N Oria-zr see trom 11 to 12

: to shopping C'Dte.1 I furnished home In an e.elUY. Io.-i I about what the average Witer. through Harry Morse 4t Co. Realtors high way. Phone 7593.LAK.EFRONTLOTS.In. $4500 L. A. Pitt Broker Ph. 783 |I 000. Price $80.0OO. terms. Exclusive can Allen Johnson. Realtor. 148 N. noon

school and ba service Owne occupied tion for 831.500. la ou own Inter I! tourist would like to ncUe' \! Eustis. Fla., ph. 138. 210 South Main._ _ with Courtney Realty. 392 N. Orange; Orange: 8612. "Specmliztw in
and will glad to you the action seems called for. j I through Winter. $3790. I Interlaken.Unusual. dial 2-2471 and Robert R. Tire Real- itooee." "
b I : partly f rnished. PIit'trn: TAMP -Comnlet and oics" -
aow : i AcRES3-roomhome. ;
,I Andrews. Realtor. Winter Park. tU' 4-room bungalow fur- City conveniences. Re 15
property. Ice. .1..0 with tYIu I nished.neat in small village nearI stricted. Nydegger Inv. Co. 506 K. Electricity and running j I !,:_13_W_ Washington_ j' HOMES priced right lug wall a sale ir:. .- to atr' fi.'e.h.izri: :
terms. Crebs. : : take Ian AVE.. NORTH 9O foot **r-d o -o... 3 i-ottases. boa"
$ P.nl i I 1:1 andI Colonial Dr : dial 8065 water. S295O. terms. Will ORANGE Any location or zion Howard, -
507 Udc1 Bldg.. Ph. or aubrke. II[ WINTER PARK-B.utlu I.k front Orlando store schools well-I 52_ Groves for Sale house trailer as part payment W. A. ; frontage on Orange Are 210 feet '' Broker. 308 N. Main; 732$. hour -ir- tI!-.. > = 23 excellent boats
home b1. elrclo. had I churches. &tu.te oa large LAKE FRONT LOT-High and dry. I McKenney. Broker; 495O Cheney Hi- '' deep. also 90 feet on side street 2 !: S ontfena.i' n> ,. (Jot/i. la< <> > n
FINE CASTLE Two bedroom frame. wood floors I shaded lot f.cI. pve ro.d Aa I II Close In. 110 ft. on lake 170 ft.1 old buildings property brine- bait t -'"- Present hi h Triri'an
troahout l.r. b- 2-7144. 'I now on i >u- -* r' =
GROVE BARGAIN-Owner must way: _ souses WANTED We bare
large 1 abundance ot ad obu CIII I sacrifIce deep. $3000. Call Bill Douglas with pmpects -
I rooms ia
metal considerable income. Right b- n--1 Price $20000.-
ro. tnfuf. on.hal I breezeway rom ..It fi. rns fruit. Its sound and worth more : approximately 20 acre old H. P. Boland Realtor Carrigan I 20 ACRES cleared fronting on sand ing in i. for 2, 3 and 4-bedroom. .
block to 2. the heart of this fast growing commeicial i 515-000 -.. h r' juJred. bstan-e! fi-
storC. fenr[ plce you'llbe proud to own. $18.- i than price Mr. Busch. or Sam grove on 40 acre tract with deep Building. 672 N. Orange: 2.4551.LAK.EFRONT.Cbolce spring fed lake 4'* miles ideal for wholesale homes in good locations. CaB W. B Hu- -i-.i
lot. 24 assorted Greens aaed Irttocft center 11311.4.1 StrtJS
cnr. Fel S.Orsnge lake 2 miles Davenport. 865OOcash.. Hal' Modern 4 bedroom.all Webolaon. Realtor. 2-leife IA 8
000. terms. C. Golden Broker. I A. c or I
electric pump. 8480000 ters. A ; : .0 homesite on or retail trade. Ripe for development. I I Robert i? 'rRealtOr, 13 W
eo I 1121 N. underpass Ave. r ki583 Henry Nafziser. Realtor Davenport Highland Lake. $1750 electric kitchen buneal.tDS Owner anxious selL Priced right : Main St.LAKSTROHT. a -
Johnston Henry. West Orl.ndo.n.r Malt.ne on easy porch 1 W85is111 Ii 4.PILIL'c7 .
Church St.: Ph. 6545. >. WI.t. !i BUY THIS well 3 bedroom Fla.tI11OVE terms. For other good lot offerings I life time roof. larre screened lot quick sale. s Mr. Stewart with.

WINTER PARK-2 frame. 3brom. I spacious bungalow with stairwaysttic. FOR SALE-20 acres located sea. James J. Hackett. Realtor. 1317 I>partly finished attic. stairway f'f1oi i Harold Shepherd Realty Co. 20 UJT-Preferably Con-
PAGE AVE.. 103 E. Two 2Sx30 s
.t1 Double! fire place carage I : ON AND R riitari.snt
ho Sic sun In I Lovely home section north. : on fine soil producing good crops. Sligh Blvd. "Opposite ACLRR DepoLUKiKILLA.RNEYCorner I: trance. Washington St. Pbone 5124. way. Jeaaraine. Bear. Write UUie- '
Open for dek. laundry. Deep 1 'COj..' this month
and already
unfurale. Venetian floors i i S13.5OO. Many attractive features.CIaybaugh.Realtor Priced right Charles G. WIlliams Ph.7588. '' with shower OHANWVE.l'IO c ''' ton. Box 2062. Fine CasUe. i s
Monday 2 p.m. to 5pm. rl. blnc. Broker. well. S16.5OO takes all or will sell in riir.: stsA" a. Restaurant aver-
21 E. Central
Must b sold to highest bidder. I I newly .. conctoD I Metcalf BId : ph. 8833. lot. SO x part Howard Jones with M 'I.I block _ldtna. 1 story approsiI aees dunn7 Isomer *15O per day

Call MurphY, 4993. With M. to.BaIley. Large corner lot. Priced to THEE TOPPERS new. attrct. HOME AND GROVE-Close in. 10 238. Excellent bargain at $930. I Moss. Broker. 132 S. Main: phone mately 2SOO square ft space.Excellent I I LISTINGS WAJrfgP'-P g os tbe. in. I PerhaBt th- br-t I spot !in Orlando for
30 E. Church St. I, 7SO. Ask tor H-861.- Harold B. Con- I built 2 bedrooms acres 26 years old. all oranges. Call David Andrews. Realtor Winter I, 6977 location for wholesale, re i creased number of iMOtrtss wo i PDtnc staoi. $5COO will candle E
Re.t. a _ _
dl,Realtor. 37 E. Central. rooms good I.Uo. Priced Lovely large furnished 2-story home Park. 659. I soaU.----or. tall or light manufacturing business.For I need store lIstings of Floe mmiLa. a 8 Biune't. Broker. J7 S Main:
Ion 476.PRllCZON. PARK-1874 Cornell Ave. $13.OOO- Act CUk. your choice.ClaybaughRe51ton.M.tca1Z ,01 4 bedrooms basement garage and S3 ACRES-6 miles Sanford sale or lease. Call Audrey Pitt- 3 and 4 bedrooms. Also business aad piicn" 2-3O"3
507 W.-You OR WIN MANOR Beautiful Iota I I Highway.i,4 : '
may WHiT '
Orlando _
ao bedroom masonry electric Bid. tenant house. Price S25.OOO. Gee on man with Stunpson-Staton. MetcaUBidg. Income properties. Joe a. Wyer ,

want but t o will home fm everything o the moatimportant. I kltln. .. 2 porches, H BI.h\ V"CA TONSLEPY E MD-OYe 2-3176.H. Kittredge & Sao, Realtors. South right East location.section.2 nice Priced lots on for corner quick : houses-i mile frontage rooms on and paved 4 rooms read.plenty 2 ._Pnone .5159.__. i Realtor, Dial Mil or 8C38. ] FTLlrNO. .or'WOOD S"AT1ON-N.' : for 0 oui.-k taste sale onbnsy

Close cenur. tn. Lt' dO.. I sale. Owner 2354 Temple Drive Wln- I I i of outbuildings. Priced for aoicki I I ORANGE A V&. N.- Bu in(>ss loca I I Call Bill; 0's wIt, H F B.and.:

al and bus at your New WINT PARK. 2354 Temple Dr.- bedroom home and gacaseapartment HOME AND GROVE acres laud ter Park. I i sale. sa_. E A Covuuton. Sanford. lion thWlA ft. frontage and'I LISTINGS WANTED-'CUents iraRe Realtor Ct r..an Bids67i N OrICERVIEATS -

frame "un..I. Large front bom bat. living room, dining i i furnished. Top location. 300 trees full bearing crop included. ORWIN MANOR-117 ft. frontage. Fla. Rt. 2 Box 159. 179 ft. for L-i2. SeruM ins. 8. F. staytoB. Realtor, 33 K. I IPipe3t. I are' 2-Ji
screened-in living new I Furnace. Met- S-room bungalow. lifetime roof I V. Condict. Realtor 37 K. Central ., phone 6681. i iuarracs
prch rom ro. prh C.7b.Ulh. R.ator. Priced for quick sale. 15OO. Ask 16Oi" RS- .1 crop and stock'I I
modern stove and water ; Btd.HOME" New block garage. Completely fenced I WANTED w ham the
.I GRANteE ideal for retail
cmett. e' I.ra for I/-355. Harold V. Condict Realtor. | farm. 136 acres la cultivation. lane AVE or New mawnry
book linen I electric DISTINCTIVE. 4 tile 5 with frontage on 2 main paved roads I I outlet. This attractive buyers U you have the property ,
\ cbiet refrl.er.tln complt j i b.th 31 E. e..Dtr.1.I'ALM dwelling house tenant honae. Plenty' Deb ** I II blttt'n : hIt astride ci'I
closet, 111 floor bower ly 4 miles out. 118.500 terms. C. P. I 2-story 3Bx4B Call A. T. Carter 9518 ragmrsiiii
rooms bedrooms I masonry building. *
bat ane fUe. 0. : TERRACE Beautiful build.ncsite i out buildings. 2 deep wells good : Busy Hl-V/ay le year !ea,r 2 pea t
mortgage ef i I A Sbumway Realtor. 140. N. Orange; I I ft., has S lovely rooms. bath and 'I Carter. 12 S. Main. .
borne with
private tile -
wit kW. bl. Ctu\ S5.O cuh an aW. tt 2-3232. : lake view and lake fronts. Attractive fencing. One row farm. AH tractor display cater. fr--zer umt. la'ze
O h.t 2 lovely -01 wnl 110. I per month. Wil porchea. *, everything the best. prices. Carl Tegder Devel- I and equipment horse milk cow. I screened porch, oak floors and V : LISTINGS 'Tim'IfII'-nnmrg. llmi7. 953k-in 19111 4 room hunt a"ai.ab -

and be Blvd. Ph. 286 Winter Park or Bid. i Orlando city limits. Good 6-room bath can easily be divided. Lot i
4 O.ne ocu1e I Mora 135.0. Cbep. I i wagon cane mill. 5.2 acres tobacco property. Hall Bros. AJevcy. 112 H rick. Bus.-p-i Eroker, llo N. Orange
property. Completelyfurnished. cal premise owner at home. I! BUY THIS if yon want the best for house on paved street with I. acres 1 contract oil burners tobacco barn. 50 ft. by over 216 ft to railroad in Orange dial SL89. A,.. Dial 5155.Q45A08 .
Price $11.SOO with terms. PRINCETON A.-Large corner lot. I
I extrsr large bearing grove. Present 1 rear sacrifice at 821.00O with
WINTER AREA-Just 3 large bedrooms. 2 tile 3 bearing pecan irove. This :'
with Crebs. 507 PA outl. SJ. near school on bus-line convenientto acres REAL ESTATE WANTED-If If* tog-
bdua. Wet crop more than 2.000 boxes. For I bOO G. I. 4morta e payable
Fsn only a I on finished livingi under AAA Program -
farm Is operated
city dl b.t. 'I axle bi or tittle. ptMae 5889. A. T. I il fuiini station wrhar
; 2-1710 lu' quick sale stores. For quick sale. S1.2OO. $65 per month. Balance cash or will
at only S13-5OO. ,
a rash
0 CouiI I
ca BUc Is of the kitchen Large Located la Snwannee -
I .D. from J Street one i .urele. garage will handle. This Ia home with Robert R. Tyre. Realtor 13 W.Washington. I lace small borne as part payment. "Davis. Registered Broken 338AZJES SeatS 'lisfog e s For icase or sale
Br.lel.SUBUAIlei.t with a an RFD 1 Box 32.
livable houses we Realtor ty. M. M. Rancid ,
most l.uDd1. 5 6174.SOUTHEAST I Main. .BM ',w.T-r. 3oa S Hasi.ey
Weir 628 K. Pine 4541.I .
assured income and security. Call System. : I
possession. ;I hay. The large living room with ; MetcallJBldg.Excl sive.j _ Mr. Busch Sam A. Hutchins I I WeCborn.Florida.SPECIAL_ ____ __._ i _.__ GJtOCBRYd" mea'j Lens",- b-
city or at -
Cot 1th COD beautifully fitted Greens fuel gas I j HOUSES fRS -Central Avenu 2-0583. Or OFFERING-Close In. East i< ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAlL-BJah- U8TZMOS WANTED MomS. mIsSed aus3.. Cioin tas" ci.lfr.c.aar .
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"ell We nave some houses large come to 409 8. Orange -2 nicely located lots way frontaoe. Beat buy. Close in
S750O and fO I: h.atr. attatlv. dining ro. >- rm frame hos 11.70. Ave._ each SO x ISO. Priced to sell tS125O I end of Rmiford Rd. Make money I 200 ft highway frontage. Plenty groves farms and lots. Too mr I Lc.snt S3000 eash ntxsj -S
ev\anl .de. bedrooms a I 4
Check U. Taylor. heD Lot SO I 135. .r-2 for both. Mr. Wheeler withC. while at leisure. I am offering my shade Florida's \ depend on our experience foe came r 'r -,s'i small ba'r.ncc Cal
AND GROVE of good trees on main street
porch and a acres
... 2516 NOrange: P 8644 or 2.31. i I screened Bice enclosed sleepinc porch that is a joy. ;I bedroom 125 cement blol. 12.5 bedroom bearing grove with comfortable B. Davis. Realtor, 41 W. Wasb- I bedroom home completely furnished income 'i I2IIIi8. '" cash. Jim M. Caldwell with handling of selling dEtaHs; our mart- .ttrh Jo---- with c W Wa.-'rs.
SO x poultry farm. S72O monthly -,
and tleysn-
U 11 Stre2 tnrton: 7809. cage loans Increase our sellIng sow- : T. x Oraae' 6509. Res.
SO'fTH SIDE New conret block : All this on a lot 75x150. I S3.4OO home. Just outside city, one block off from BOO layers. 2"i acre of I Asher Peter Realtor. IS S. Main I :

bungalow. 4 r.CtJ and I Kitchen lnc.p Price. Section"ous.-2 bedroom trm Alrp". ; highway. Price S12.SOO. Call Mr. SOUTH ST.-90 x 135 corner. Business I' the finest soil. 60 large fruit trees I I 2-0788. I McNoU-Heastar, HaulIng15 W. I 2-8612
&tuec Washlnausss St.
f lights. 84000. Bfll.lt.bln Broo I Call D.n Humpfer wit'I corner lo 50 Conway Phillips with Stimwon-Staton. Met- : or home. 14 bearing citrus all varieties. 3 newly built poultry I! ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAU, Ball QA&3LI2I8.-O11. niF *:7 l i'l'o". PS-
11.50.0. terms 1 13.
er: 1317 eiigh $ I 2-31. 109 E. P. Bumby- bouse calf Bidg. Phone 5159._ trees. This week only. S90O. Terms. houses accommodating; 1MO layer I| block east. Inexpensive guest boose, sarics bosSE5s 11'li: essab tried

: fUBUR1 city S6-2OO terms. 23rd Street-two bedroom LAKE FRONT GROVE and home site. Cant miss. Jim M. Caldwell with : rarage and work shoo feed and ctneI 8 rooms. or two "-roc" apartments. T? IT'S FOB BALE cam 5613 today Busy c5o -: JW3 Orlandonpr.. Low

t $. lmit.2 WINTER PARK Exclusive I furnished house corner lot 10 600 ft. lake front. 350 ft. on paved Asher Peter Rea.tor 12 S. Main I age f'OC m. S15.OOO takes an. Dial 9723 i Owner needs cash check and malcoffer. 1 Ciayfcawh Realtor Metcalf BM -rat TTHii 's a no ''ry lila ss'r Harlow -

room bungalow. Nice' lot. 2- C.r I x 135 16. trm. Clyde VcKeD road. a acres 300 bearing treesI 2-0786 10 of Some terms. C. U Taylor SELLERS BUYBttB CeuiI I II I Q. Frednck. .uc:.:rsr Broker. !18V.
mont section. new $ SOUTH OF ORLANDO- acres
.. .sundry. 870OO'wafuraished; mary B.uUu garage. Broker. 10 : 2-1&. I Electricity. $6600. terms. Lane with WEST CONCORD at Westmoreland: land cleared and fenced. 5-room Broker 2S18 N Orange. 5644._ Chiybaagb. Rewltot.. Mrtfatt *6g. OnKHte Aye.' Dial S1H3 _

.. some city ItWt Call Lee Mlaw. bro. NEW JBEDRoM-HOM and 17 ;' Herman Goodwin Inn. 677 N. OrLITTLE ,, 50 ft. lot for $5OO. M. J. Moss I furnished house rented for SIC I PINE ST.-Business frontage., very GROcERY Stud ruiE mkt Oood

'Crawford. 668 N.with Rb 1 Pryc.Real P.ve out .tet Lnb 45 d. toueh s Dn. extra 4 streets. i !_9855.I _______ i Broker. 132 8. Main phone 6977.- month. 2-room house for Owner. etoee In. Can be sold in 23 ft. sections FOR IMMEDIATS A1''t1 and stack Doing $900 *' ..- wi'! (JoStestjr

!! 2-5H way i the Ideal for trailer camp. Land all cca- LAKE HARRIS Warm 5 I WINTER PARK Close to highway. Over 200 young citrus trees. PriceS U desired. 125 ft total. This results lint your property with *t=oo f-rTi' R ipr R-alty.

I &sE DRIVE -- -Eight-room i $7.950. Geo. H. Kittredge Son ed. Electricity lake prlvlC. acre grove on Highway; very nice $550 each. Ne city taxes. Betty '.OOO. Vx eash. balance on mortzaxe type of property Is very scarce so Var-ie WIlliam' Realtor 31Wasmngion. WI C1h .s1 Mi.n2TI31

4 bedrooms. 2 kItchens 1t R.ltr must .O. WhIt modern home; 113._. Courtney :; Trent Evaaa. 349 N. Or- I Jane Bios.. Broken 235 N. Main. see Joe Tinker with R. M Stewart Pnune U106.
garage. L 15x165. Phong- 2- I 2.311 Bros.. s."rltc.; 824 N. 2-16 I Realty: 392 N. Orange; 3-247L 1 I Undo Ave.. werp.: $18. 7559. I m. Broker. 423 W Central. 7152. I [Continued On Next Parev ]


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!!.- Business Opportunities I 60. Business Opportunities j 6*. Help Wanted-Female I, 66. Sales Help Wanted j '74. Anto -Trailer Wanted I 75. Csed Car for Sale I i 76. Trl n.Trutks for Sale I IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 1 'unba g tnttnrI-tzir1

OLD ES B L 1 8 H K D. completely Housework and cook- SALESMEN AND SAI' FH-LEY MOTORS. IXC-fWt:7. set ]; FORUJo sedan; privately T1HliID. Nice for flslucg ORLANDO FLORIDA
GROCERY AiD MEAT MARKETI I IOn Real MAIDolrr trade car high condition. 4 new. Sells for '
Office with Good sal-1 Greatest or your .n.d. .
of Orlando's old established.' plenty of ltll..Et.t etc. I sry..H ithh" .7 ldiie Ph. Do not cal, unless you an !raco t, dollar. See as at 200 W. C..nUa or like n.. 8425. 122 N. K SlIts new. Mr price $493. Harley MILLS ; SEPt' 7, 1947 PAGE 15

st ores Is now available-. This one atil 01 are a to-setter. have sales abil 2-2002. work Study and lake Instruction. Phone S418. ; 2-O9S9.- W.d.wort 615 N. o.na Ave. Fboce i
located end priced right at It". you can make several Some beginners make over (150 first 197. j:
PAYROLL CLERK with stenographic iexperience i how FORD 1946 Super Deluxe Coup
REED really knows
5 500. Bins: iBTentorr. Information Inffic
$ Orlando made t Hew
yesrly. week. in and
doU.r Owner's illness and One man TRAILERS New ;
only A>k for Zelma Henionllh 40 hour .1. Nice get the high dollar for your Driven 6,000 miles. 1195. Harley U.
doctors but he put time 4
orders (729 tn
to retire
only reason j
Marti Wllliami. Realtor, 21 for .1n. Write P. O. Box 924. working rond1'on P O. 512. 'I II i. and study.Au.aS.n or women' .I San-I or "QU17. Cash ia fi. Dale.. Wa.orh.. 615 M. AVe ern"Amran". .IP mo..l.. "Southj. AND
W. Wssnington St. I SALESLADY-Experienced, New Smyrna I Why give .m away? us a I J
Ol.ndo for a confidential and .n..r ford. Deland. Daytona nersprtng I
.att brae. Cle. 5 HOUR
1I I prln.1 Intview.I j I i I fine personality and B..ch APPka Kissimmee. Winter I chance. 201. J. Orange BlossomTrail FORD-1941 4 door sedsn. Excellent 81683. Acce .
work No others .DH apply. I you person any morning : 73.HIOHE condition tOU&ht "l Cumbie "Prewar store butane and CUSTARD MACHINESFree

HOME AND BUSINESS: "Don't put'' ? YOU WAN a business tuest ,, can qualify plt1 will between 8.30-10:30 39 E Central AT*. CASH Paid for lo. clean C.r. 904 J. Or1e Av. Phone gasoline rao P.r. doW.. .. I

all roar ties In on. basket." Her home tourit court or grove" it will tstlsfy you. Msttox. Orl.nd. ._ _ Winter Mot. 2-lI. bottle .. ,uJment. Aakney r I ITrailer lastaBMton and service CLEANING
pay you Splege' Milady's Specialty Shop. Fairbanks and New York: I ITrail.
1 t a lood combination that hai se.- hSp.1 Whit I.n.ur. VETERA7tS.-Wortd War I or II. For pho 9 FORD-1939 Tudor DLxe. New motor Sl. son N. Orange Blossom

.ral sources of Income. Grocery esie.beer. Metcalt spy Spietel Co.. R..ltr. 144 N. OraogeAve- .lOts 12 advertisIng solicitation on veterans. JEEPS WANT- Any kr new tires. A.o Cities 2-2SOa. '
Bldt. 2-3269. .
Islets ftoD and horn.. New con- SEWING MACHINE OPETO publication. Pleasant year roune model !.d or 15. Service St.ton 5t Orange TRAILER 5PACEIor rent. See the SUNSHINE SALES CO.
a.te blorg store. 137 ft. on Hi-War HERE IS A GROCERY store doing :;! Expricf. work in Florida. sr other car. Martin's Used Cars 101 B ossom Trt | D.. Silver Moon Trailer SERVICE

Prirs of taMO Includes land bulldngs. nice business with excellent living P. : a week. Bus transportation -. tebilt Hotel : Tuesday 9 M Main St,reet. phone 8409_ LASALLL-2939. Original owner. Park. m l.und. modern not Exclusive State DUtrtfceKacg

fixture, equipment and merhandlse. :; Quarters. It5. "Spesk to Spietel" congenial sarroundints. Come to Clean respect121 East lo. with hot showers on .
r Hsrlow 0 Fndrt k. Busiess. Spiegel Realty Co. ready to work. Sun,7w Sewing 12 SELLING-or commission. a. S. EVAN3. -World's. Largest Auto 1 ".I ; S. Runway 441. 3 miles north 405 Hampton Street
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Broker. 11* N. Orange AT*. Dial Realtors. 706 Mettalf B'.ds.: 2-326. I I Plsct. F 'DIEC and women's apparel in Or- Dealer." &only Interested in buying 4 door Orlando. v, P. O. Box JaIl Ta-ttpa. Florida PECK'S QUALITY CLEANZBS
'1$$. Permanent position. counties. Full Will .au '
CASH DEAL : lando and surrounding U. fa. puchs .n) YOCSCTS ( :
WANTED-on retail Tl SAL. -
Five half day week.P 0- part Real Church and yesr. unbelievable Blossom PHONE 6055
fruit and SUi. Cadlllac-1941 4 door A good
vegetable market locatedin tm. .dal n'l AeUa.
O Main and Mon price on the CallS .
IT-93 B 24. .pt systems uc beforeyou
Completely fur. best spot la Orlsndo. Doing wonderful 1t" S
< SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR Not morning only 4321 or 4771. i In bur. Moat most
nuhed room tourist hem and business. Will sell outright B'h excellent condition fully Ive.b T.U I
I room rottac All convenience i ten year le.s or will sub lease. Business over 33 years old. Hours 4 p.m. to LADY to sell lovely guaranteed Un t "Qatpt. Your choice 81700 each. rtuonb Pne. QUALITY CARS

Washing machine and mantle ini i for a minimum of one year or a lam. Past experience relatively soImportant serie. hosiery etc.. direct O-TE-PT CASH PAID for good lot 1308 W Central Ave. R 28' XT Alma rT UbertT.
ludrd ISO foot fronta**, 13 acres. I' maximum of five years. Health : knowledt of Orlando fn..ne. newhbors Big earnings Our j cl.n 'r. Jim Cumbie Cars. A B.rl. Phone 545S 25'Er Manor. 25' Royal. 21Elcar *

Rainbow Tourist Lodge. 3 mile south ore Deeal.l.the sale or sub I..aa f.U streets chief requirement. Permanent Write Tborgersen lioslyryCo i ii 1. lorl Or.al Avenue. Phone MOTORCYCLE-IMO Harley-Davtd- sod choice IS47 .ar CADILLAC dub Cpe. JIM JERNIGANUSED

01 Sanford _ 1ns buainel. Am open for othr! Job. good pay. App to C7 c.1 CoMe.r. -. i WUmette. 111._ _ _ I II : $._ In Excellent condition Extras tions BUT m.D before. Almost new. i

S jiiiiRDASHS.RY-Honest and an deals on property 2SO ft. I Mr ._or _ I YOU ARE LOOKING for better work SELL OH TRADE us your car. Or- (410Acie Loper. Eustis. Fa. up 1-3 dow rest like rent Wlnaert333OS

biinua: youman: W.nt.d.. total ISO ft available for leasing in I SALESGIRLS-Over 1Je.r of age. !: and larger lCo. A Rswleigh angt Buick C. H Dean R 530 Orange BlossomJTrad.S2OO 1W6 PACKARD Custom Clipper.

partner la suing business 10.000 i other accompanying businesses. A with good pr.e.l business is avsVb rO : N. Orange Av. 5410 .ftr 8 WOTORYCF.mu.Ulht..h' -DOWN will buy sT house traliet Almost new. has everytbinz.1S5 .
I 1 food opportunity for several differentpeople high school graduates. alti In t of 'd' pm. can 4 CARS
eqnlrrd I* to into new stock Ini i EXPreDe canes ? ; : ''_ bump erasing sprints. o -$155 from Prank R Large .le BUICK Super Sedan.
in office Inquire 945 N. Mills: St. cr I neresiary H Stress several nearby of
orir.ation only. Courtney< P 1.lt. DONT SE1for less than we wdpay. down balance 10 months. Varner.Ir.c. new .D ud t {I Very low
Realty 392 N_Orange I| call 798OINO I SECEARY-WANTE-for .tona card request .i brilc full de can for your old 234 W. CentraL from. 3O months to pay. Why mileage. 600 W. CENTRAL
t a-ll1 t T '1 1 I tails without oblaatn. You then car while the getting good. pay rent' Frank Reed Trailer Sale. '
HOTEL-18 < baths. 9 BUSINESS Stores many Per.n.nt Raaleigb's.Dept 1 .tll MERCURY 1941 2 1943 PACKARD .ur Chpper
stores fully rented. A-I condition. ) auto courts ..te. gas position many benefits, S-day .. study and dfld. Memphis Shop around. then sell .s. sedan. New motor n.dr tOn._ 201 N. Orange Blossom Tr.1 Overdrive practically new.

modern Sacrlllre for S3S OOO Term lions, hotels resorts tsverns. repair i Cal Miss Grant. 2-4832 J-al-180-222 JTenn. many olb.r have" done. Central Fr- 250 Har-. Wsdsworth..615 tirs.N. Or- 1947 ZIMMKR TANDEM ia here in ,

levfr.'y! Hotel. Orsng City. F.. .hoP. etc etc Tell u what you WHirE HOUSKEEPE- Must like MAKE EASY MONEY- uUfl ida Motors. L f. Hajan. Fb a-2Ut acer Ave Phone 8597 4 and 6-passenger models Eanfpped 1941 CADILLAC "83" Sedan. I

.: Where price terms sales volume to line (1 boxes CrUtm. phone 859. with gas and apartmentsize
HIGHWAY troniat RiiURAN-I2- Save time money thru our 47- 1.I I Box Pn tl. P..write i statloMr 13 GET TOP CASH for your car MERCURY-1939 4-or sedan. New Frl.Bt.a models now on 1S41 PLYMOUTH Special DeL :
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59 PRC f.acs.
for yrold service. Descriptive Cata- |I up aD" profit. Write for 21 card regardless: of modeL Cord Ia.nt. perfect Inld. and Ct, displsy. montbg to pay Sedaa.1MJ .
eouiPD'd. ready occupancy. Most Ree time. l.ke o with Proprrftt's" Used t J
and free offer
outstanding ( WAIwAND P.r Car I, Frank n.1
i loq. 904 some Car Exchange. WashingtonSt Reed 201 24Orange A PENNY
b aold tbl month to protect liquor Imcdl.tcl. Dept. 61. S'.lver Swan 320 SOO W. Central Tr.le 5.1. OLDSMOBILE -96" Se-d
without the real estate) mailed free. Sum. Phone 2-2882.
"'" A. T. Broker. 33 ; Trl.CI21 '
S Main, 5SS9. D..1 j Strcut Realty. 318' W. Colonial 424 N Or.n. Ave. _ Fifth Ave_N.Y_ _ BADLY IN NEED of 1946 and 1947sutomobilga MERCCRY-i94l. 4 door sedan. 1 KEEP- :-Snyder Coach Hydramatic radio and heater

Hlo HWAY-1Y-92-Reataurant. beer.vine. 1 Drive. PO. Box 3583. Orlando Fla.I I. )2ORRISONSCAFETERIA attractive yonnc ladies -for W.nt.AVON Nationally COSMETICS big dem.D.'> and older cars. Harley tire owner.Phone Excellent 2128.MORC19'2. condition. .: nicely fure.1 1541 CHEVROLET 2 Door Sedan. 'I

sat 11. paved I SHOP-WeO tens traininc. High school edncaronI ad"en1f prouct. W.ds.or. 615 North Orange Ave. Wlt's Tr.1r Park. Palril.

dci...., Iro"I.Uo 2 apartmentunfinished { INFAN'S.t.blshf CILREN'S G.n..II.. Priced I req.tre. Paid vacations ruKpitaliza-,1 for and holiday H.aD We haveprolitaice 8597._ -Datdsn FIRST SHOWING of the 1948 PaN 140 BUICK Super Estate Wagon.

Spice for cabinsor < .1.. Real CoGslnetTtlle. for employes. Apply our: rpr..nutlv. In W AXTE IMMEDIATELY clean Excfnt condtIn. plenty of Trailer. The first and only New tires extra clean. BUYS A
open ton. Orl.nJ extras. Monday. -
tai.park. With or without, lake Fia. Mr Crowlev. trn Write pay high dollar. Jim JernUan L.vlnl ahl war trailer of Its kind the 140
I and surrounding c.r. Wi o BUICK
.. The Mld.. miles to"I. l.on I must SIt SmithSubdivision. '' Super Coupe.
Central Ave P..1
: 1 FOR SALE OR LEASE-Large woodworking -By wholesale dryzoodi DUlman. 816 Broadway. | Cars. Wt Copl..t. l.ta1 body throughout.
port h of Ol.nd shop in Orlando. If leased WAN hos. responsible an around .ti' GET CASH 1: MINUTES Any G.rdn Equipped .It.par..nt size P
Well lessee must equipment. Typing and sales ability 5HOWVSATOSAVAt make or Starling-Alexander MOORCYCf'H.rln DarW- air gas so..e. foc These i
HDWARES OfE .tb purh.s woman. .. SOI mol ears sold with a 30-dar oar-
Clean line Write Box 1009. Orlando. esrary Box S96 S-Stsr I Crtm.s C.rd. Ory imprinted. Motors. 501 Orange Ave. Phone Or- system plus many fe.ta. ante, w* pay cash for used cars I
.Itb .nd..r' name angc Avenue. Winter before used .
never t
cads : II
Good Whit Box
lock 477 Pat.MODEAouo.
l.ton O-become interested 7878_ I
WStar.AKE CHANCE in WHITE OR COLORED aIL Lovely del.ns. superb qualty. .x.- Easy terms Prank Herd 6 MILE RIDEWHIZZER
I bulletin material manufacturing, assist cook in kitchen 1 lent p.pr-thf Cards SPOT CASH PAID for your used car Trailer Sa.es. 201 :
Bios-1 I I
LUCERNE SECTION If yon building or developing to capable person Arply 900 S Oraner Blossom Trail.WANTEDWhile j sell pay you big cash See J C McKele. Your PackardDealer Box in the back torn O.D i J. C. McKELLAR. INC.I
are Iterntd In a large, beautiful active or silent. State how much between 1 ffl.m Other money-makers include ." 342 Ave. Phone ..ter-prf. go motor Tr.1 I
several hundred expected women 3 and Next I am WILL TRADE-l941 1', ton Ford !I YOUR PACKARD DEALER-
10me dol> you can lo.a. Income and .0 to train for pastry 22 splendid sellers in Christmas 5147 lo rbbr. :
lan Pr month Income you from ssme or waxes. Ale and Everyday assortments-religions. hu- COnl you what the monkey truck- new 10 h p Mercury motor 342 N. Orange .. Phone S141
'teals. paid V5.ctlOU and sick:
.. place at one HI health i said the tom-cat after they had driven less tires.
reason Box Retailat
experience. morous. gift wrappings etc. 75. Used Cars for Sale t II
1 5Sa. ftnrnished. ApP7; manager.Mornvons their it off for 124$. stake body for later I
I for .ele. Furnished or unfurnished. SOc to $1 00 with UP to SOc cuhproft "u.bl. Dr. clean 91 or
I J. R Oranse. model Ford Plymouth ,
'WI on MSLucerne I Caet..rl. per box. Send far free samples. AUSTIN See Morgan's at Ruffs SmIth'1 .
Ko Sunday EXPERIENCED colored rook wsnted. sedsn. Or sell for I
I 7915. I3OO W. Jackson ,1
Pb GOLDEN HAS IT- Card Co. Trailer Park 125._ _ S145. .
I 58W CharchStPhone910SPOSITIONS 1 J G Sanford
oell.W01R Blvd Dept. 241. Chicago T. NASH-6" 1942 mod..l. Come and K.s1r.
AUCTION Tuesday 1
COURT and filling station. I| Some of the best tourist courts andtourist 'th l-pa .o-.r"pl; CARDS Earn cash i Sharp. -200 ; automobiles p.and : East SmIth Avenue. i Alt.mnnl.-----Springs- Rd ,

location b5 planned best court sites on 17-92 Hmy. tiful for brsuticisns.! t gorgeous designs thrill- iructs from the cheapest to the best J I
lu"> Good terms. this for a real A. C. Golden. Broker. 1121 N. Orlando you Fonda Beauty College. Jack values Sell everywherePersonals.. can buy. We are selling lots PLYMOUTH-1938 COu. You cant I OUR SLOGANBuyHere MAKE YOUR BIKEA

IarUl. Jim M. CsMweil with Asher Ave.. near Maitlsnd underpass). \ Box assortments Everyday card > Done) with less than one-hundred save your money buying a car I

p..te. Reltor. 1 S. M.I: 2-0786. i i Winter Park. Open Sunday. Stationery SamDle supplied Wal- I c.r. on them. We are .I selling from me. in fact you rant save your I MOTOR BIKE

; 65. Help Wanted-Male 'are Brown. 223 Fifth Ave Dept lots of good cars for owners money buying a ear from nobody. 600W.
I I --vo New York 10 Remember anyone can sell The best way is to hide it in a atlmp I
ON WHEELS-1-man. no em- :I BRICKLAYERS WANTED-Apply Job I. here. Golf Automobile :::100 Co.. don't even put it in a hol. 1 RIDE ONE

WEAL troubles. Travel wherever 61. Rank Loans.-Serricfs_ ;! 20 .S T mon see Ave. Lakeland.CARPENTERCONTRACTOR (>7. Employment Agencies_ **The largest .utmoU.a in Fr- because a rabbit is liable ANDYOU'LL
Monday Ida !. green folding money. Now you've
you wish. Stalal. steel throughout Fta \ Central Ave. i BUY ONE
The most unique set-up you'veern. FRT NATIONAL BANK Install- to BROWN'S PERSONNEL SEVIC Sedanette Mar- lo to buy one anyhow to see
Let me show you. George loan department males personal four two-bedroom r.d..DCes err and Nurses' Registry. It w.n sC-196- equipped. Jim J Rand he will make it as pam-

P.lt.with Asher FCle. Realtor 12 lo.n auto I.ns .. construction Box 21 S-Stsr. work come to $1 W Central I youam Cumbie Cars. 904 N. Orange Ave. iea as _Ible. $245. J. R. Smith. Jim Jemigan Used Cars
home :$26 N. Or.nle.PNTCoup..
8. M.la a-7i& : or autos.business improvement lo.n.. FH TSWANBYIM.cont.clor h..lp Phone 2-4521 _ WHIZZER MOTOR SALE3

loans. GI loans on a plan d.sl.ne bIt. Uort \ant -x-emale BUIC s19.1 Special Sedanettesand RefinIShed

to save you money. 4th nor. tion ph. 6,9.COWRW 3 to choose from Jun 17. 662 N. Orange Ave. Dial 2-4687
MAIN HIGHWAY-Drive-ln lo.tln toe Service. Air Open MEN wanted for dteh ring COLORED MAO-Day work or borne Cumbie Ca. 904 N. Ave. IDa.. 67 Eat Robinson NOTICELight WithConfidence
Cold drt. ..nd.lch. d.ncl. 9-4 except iU. I .ork. Must b Pr.nent and laundry. e70tTRobinson.EXPERIENCED Phone -'Sjtl._ A. I

G l.s. rent. 16. busi willing to Appl !., Kelly work BUICK Clean. -rate model. Sell or PACKARD-1940 4 door sedan eo
CAHD condition. First (75O takes
Morrison's .
workin take light trade. 1703
Sundays. car at .
E Robinson. 7632. INSTALLMENT LbANS cost you less no I need money. 227 Lucerne Circle. I Weigh Studde
!lip_, at First National Bank. Comp.rethes DRIVERS WANTED-Only those .h doctor s or dentists office. No experience Dauphin._ _ _ i _
ORANGE AVE. Store. 33x63 and costs. When the loan is for ; art thoroughly familiar with but anxious to i.r G BUICK-1S43 super convertible. A-I PLYMOUTH 194O 2-door. PerKt I o StelI

Masonry construe ( Undo streets qualify. Apply references. Fhone-rn_ .P.ri condition .this car today. Fence Posts .
( 100. you get $ 9JP.m..nt 8. .a \ condition new top low mileage.
[ modern. Apartment com- fit with Preprints" Used SOO
tcdqU ( ISO. you get 12.5 Mr. Ho.el Ct7 Cab Co.MILK.ERSOnly EXPERIENCED office executive cor fully insured. 10 Butler Dr._ c.r .
with electric kitch-! W. Central_ _ _ _
$ 20O, you get 186 Payments 1 top grade men with manager finan I at
operated 6 ; repndenCIe' A-I eonI Avaiable "TODAY"TODAY
now garase.Pete.
.n Buldle S 30.you set 279-Payments experience and reference need to I< prma.nt re"nbl po- BtlC-I930.r-a n of Pine- PLYMOUTH-1946 Special Dehu i iI
"I is garage less eulpmrn\. :- ,1 ( you le 372-Payments 33.3 apply. G a.I.1 and lus. Apply cla.. Bx St.r.li caytle on Bearh..d Road. 2nd house aan Very low miles. Jim Cm Matt G. Reeves & Co.
$0. Th ( 500. you 463-Payments 41.67 In N.PUMP C.rs 904 N. Orange Ave.
b.l.nc over 10 7e.r.I IHuckelO'Ncal. Pcn L OFC-WORKR Ex eal. P B. Hunt._ 112 South 12th
Rellor.118 E Robinjon. 10.you monthly set 13GPum..nt 83.34 I' B other makes. I 2-51. I Tampa. Fla.S Those words mean a lot to
Gel 2-3 I Payments for 15 months are monlhs I Call 7543. i Nice s.uoOnc Bulck Co.. I PACKARD-1947 Clipper Sedanette. me. and we will never betray''I
Nearly Ph. M-1104 M-3613
OPPORTUNITY you would like i ian I Figures include lIfe insurance amaer. :' oas GRADUATE Desires typing i H. RO Orange Av. | Orange new Ave Jim Phone Cumbie 2-421 Cars 904N ; that CONFIDENCE in representing THE PURCHASE OF
from .. MECHANIC FuHr expert- and general office work in afternoons Phone : 8pm. .
of The First 5411
loan in .ler c.1
the Idea buslnes... dlte.n' .. National at d..th. 4th floor. enced in Jet and turbine puP and Saturday with view to BUICK 1941 Roadmaster sedan. I PONTIAC .1947 Torpedo "6' aedanette. I a Used Car to you. A USED CAR IS A VERY IMPORTANT -

please see W. L Hall with Harold B.n steady work. Libby and 71 permanent full tim position in Frice Call I Radio. OUn's Used Cars. 243

Shepherd Realty Co. 20 I Wash. W. Church.RADIO lends or Winter Part. SOS 1 Sots. F._IQ1P\d.___SO. 16. Orange A... Phone 2-481. Our prices are today's market MA. CARS

lassos St. I! ,%. Loans Up to $300 i: I PRACTICAL MJRSI Permanent BUICK-1938 club ( Call i, PLYMOUTH-l94l Special : LOANS LOANS LOANS Our cars are the cleanest. ARE WEARING OUT DAILY
residentexperienced.. reference. door sedan. New motor. 1095. Ha
and wine II'' Diamond loans SERVICE MAN-Bench UPrI'I driver. Box 590 8-Star. ; Mr.811 E.Rogers Concord at ph.Icot a 8Ci 5.or I W.e.oc, 615 N. Orange Ave.PLYMOUTIi1941 i Twenty-seven years of honest AND LOW FACTORY PRO
RTAtl"-B. AU. Jnlture lo 117 .
ience necessary. Apply I
240 ft. J. P. 25 19. buying and selling Auto
Borrow Phone
.n.1..ln Qu.r..r. FI.ne Comp.D. Orange. HOSTESS-Kitcnen capervisor now BUICK-1939 special 4-door sedan. DUCTION OF NEW CARSMAKES
hIghway frontle: roma for cabinsor Burger. 10 Mct.a employed! in west Florida desiresOrlando Best otter this week. 2 W. Fennsji- Special Deluxe 2 mobiles.
.. over bearing i Bulldmc. Phone TILE SETTER Experienced only. employment. Personal door touring sedan. New motor IT NECESSARY
I Ith.n vaniaVW
rug trees Land building worth me CASH LOANS Quickly- made on furniture Long time Job. Call 9293 Sundayssnd view 2nd week References.It.r- __ '. driven less than S.OOO miles. 81195. CALL fHEN: STOP
selling price of 11i.0. Owner and diamonds. Orlando's after 6 pm.. 8320 between 9am. ,. 653 B. Sept. Bn iEvoiai1937: Master deluxe Harley W.dswort. 615 N. Or.D. LS- THAT WE OPERATE OUR
will finance. Harlow al\ Finance Co 31.Metc.a ..ndepm. j i tudor. .o condition. Private own Ave c TBS SAME HOUR f OH WADSWORTH i
Business Broker 118 N. orange Ave. o.n iI RECEPTIONIST OR CCA position er. Webr' CorD. Orange BiOssom PRESENT CAR LONGER
Dial 1947
Bldg. 2-JO. Doctor Tr 1O-4 STDEBAKE- CI.mpUn 2 THE CASH! $50
Dial I d..s. offnprd..rrfxpr.lcee ___ $300
> Msroon t
LOANS MAD5 from (10 to (300; Writ Sotar. dr sd.n. tnl.h. THAN ORIGINALLY
-I I IROAHOIE strict privacy; fast service. Family MAN-Experienced on ladders seat- 'CHEVROLET-1941 2 and 4 door e- Used Ca. M. Or.D. Phone I 'I
Established. Beer. fold and experience with 1. 4 to choose from. Jim Cum feil Get cash
Finance .. Inc.. 32 W. Central some d.u 2-81. Quickly o your SMnarcrt. PHONE PLANNED.
living quarters. i SI. spray Not 35 years old.Permanent RECEPTIONIST-Young woman d. bie Cars. 904 N. Orange Ave. Phone !! 8Ot1r
3-brom .un WILLYS-1947 Jeep station Auto or Call todaytGFC
A. sires position in office. .lon. FItL
20 it. hl.h. 40O position with lo.1 con- dotr' 2-521. i Leas thao ...
ft. lake. Ideal for > QUICK CASH Furniture cern. Splendid opportunity to make Have some experience I work; CHRYSLER 2.0 atu.1 Jm
.bn. I LAS t Chevrolet Dl. Cumbie N. Orange IT IS OUR HONEST ENDEAVOR -
this particular business is your ll j note and Sato 2-hour serv good pay. Write Box 7 S"ta. < can "p. Call .27.RCEOSlEprl..led. Fords and Phone 2-4521. 14 i I
and have SIS.OOO cash dust ice. Family Lan Co.. SOI FloridaBank I refer pick J S C. Poulhl. N. Orange LOAN COMPANY TO CONTINUE TO
Mr. Hall. Kittincer Realty 2-O074. I j Bldg.. R Csllia. manager. II I S.tur.7 Suda" only. Ave. Phone MOlor.. 55 A Ford Dealer I a good man to se. COLONIAL MOTORS
Phone 2-1661. i iMODEN Telephone aD for used Inc.. Eat Robinson Phone 0793Knofly I SERVICE THE
RIO SHOP-Copl.t and fully FRESSER-Colored Male. Apply 218 | 2-27. CHRYSLER 1938 Sedan. Russ 35 W. Livingston:Hfllulan'l i 1 CARS OF

eUIPp. parts. Call A I SERVICE By Boone St. i j SECRETARY. _r."b. legal Spud. $275. Harley W.I1or 6 i 619. OUR PRESENT OWNERS SO
Wlnlr t24. LAN _ROUTE MAN WANTED-20 to 3 .orl prenn.a permanent r. N Orange Phone 1597. !
old. Do not apply if .. eplon. 2-7703. THEY WILL HAVE GOOD
I of oldest and most ex- years CHRYSLER SEDAN-1933. Excellent 1 3 DOWN-THESE CARS.
SODA BAR AND SA 'WIC GRILL Fld.'S .f hard _orl and long hours. Commission Pmcw ANDtno.r h.. mechanical cneltloD Cash or TRUCKS

Located in a section I perlenced small loan and finsucecompanies. (40 guarantee. Apply Coel. terms. See at Str..t and Orange Pontiac 1 sedan. Stew I TRANSPORTATION UNTIL
of town. 2 blocks from schooL Mostequipment I 173O Chicago St. Monday 7 '9 A M. .ducatoD References. Write Blossom Trail or Phone 22135.CSiEYROI.51l933 paUL 4-or A I MORE NEW CARS ARE
new. S year l..s at MEN 18 of ''
years St.r.
offices. Confidential 175.
coupe. I
per month Is available. A nice set 161 Plat. STO.Ith good-education preferably.le. ELDERLY COUPLE desire position 37 Pennsylvania Ave. saetr Plymouth tang wheel base Fords. Cbevro- i AVAILABLE. ALSO TO FURNISH -

for 1 or 2 people to opr.t. service. No d.l. Terms t suit high school graduates. Experience uoj j managing apartment house. Can 5 3O p m. Orlndo j j i Way below m.r&.1 141 aton "OD 0.6*. Dodges and G.M.CTs. '
82200 plus approximately $ I necessary. F. H. Kress fc Co. good references. Box 1 I ; GOOD USED CARS
ferred payments on fountain.5.re i I furD. S CEVRL-UU. Z door. Recent- Nash 1041 4-door sedan.' EaeeBent for togging rileysr '
your Acceptance Young man act : AND TRUCKS THAT ARE
M. Icome. Corpr.t WA""E t offer. Will
O. Business Broker. 118 ;
rfnrk. for No oerl.uf. H.b..a' and weather eye.Oldsmobile general hauling.-These trucks
5.1. lrwe-pake. CULTURED responsible
..n.I"1 .oa.n take CZ4 )&* -
Da 8111TTENDRY of Florida. Homo efftc at 490 N. Who packs 2 cars per day. Must I I.n. bad b.bt. Wlh. as Ion St. Ph. er t.after trde. 4 pm see IB perfect condition I[THOROUGHLY DEPENDABLE -
have fresh contacts with F.O B. buy- companion. cook. No 2-31 0 1940 ..or sedan Only ".00 '
STORE-Going: Orange Avenue In Orlando. Phone of car-load citrus. Th is a heavy work. Please writ Box 15 CHEVROLET-1941 Special i DeLuxe. Motor less than 6 old AND ECONOMICAL.
bUln.. Popn Ilud..e SmaU real opportunity for right with Sisr. S 4-door. Radi heater. 1195. 170O !
Central t.a. cash. 7136. Offices at Cocoa. Winter Haven participation in above m.n good ; E. Winter P.rl Road. 7777. Clean cars and a clean deal. .i 1.

Potter with ." Goodwin Inf. salsry.! Could be rfthf- con- I Intton. '0. Work \anted-:Male_ CHEVROLET 1937 business coup.I IPrivately JernUan Used C.r 600 W. Problem AUTOS ;; WE APPRECIATE AN OP-

677 N. Orange: 98SS. {I and 8t Cd. Earn serrlcel I Write Box 496 SSt.r. i owned by lady. ;, ta Av*.

TOURIST CABINSTrailer .P I I CAN YOU SAVE (2.000 In 3 year CARPENTER-Repair work esPt: condition low mileage. 258 P.r Ave. I I PORTUNITY TO SERVE

Location? One of Florida's :: NEE sioo QUICKLY? Get U h.re' in your present lob He,'. a job Iy. C. p. POhith. Rt. 3 Box 41. t Winter Pare. Phone 232.tVROLLT194l4 'YOU

mier high*ays. Well equipped. I your own security. Florida opportunity that can ct.r you on U. CARPENTER and masonry .ol door sedan Can sometimes b solved by a FORD 1941. 4 door sedan Radio .
of land for development. Shows good I Credit. 21 W. Pin*. lit stairway cast I; read to financial Id..pDen. ".fte. Dial 116. ask for I Radio and heater. 2-tone finish. simple solution. and heater new whltewall tlrei. In I I
Income. Strategically located. Priced I of Grand to own a f.rm-r .. for' SALESMAN Young new motor. really nice. Oiin's Us''' I I excellent condition. I I II
at SM.OOOOO with terms. i Te.tl man. "xPren..f WALK YOURSELF death i Now it your problem happens
Prrcot\ yourself some day? I' employed < C.r. 242 N. Ornl. Ave. DX' t t ,
Steel*. Since 1920. Dial 2-108. 'I 63. Mortgage Loans f how yon start-enlist inh. heh. newRegular manent new car sales now lob in Fla. d..slr.Writ P.O. : J! be a home whether you want t FORD-1 41. 2 door sedan. Radio I I
Wen Central Avenue. i, Army or Air Force. Baltimore I IDGCEEIO We have an type of used cars from buy or selL and heater origins paint Low j ju.
iI I I Hches Box 3844. 14. Md. J CHEVROLET 1941 Deluxe 2 door D.
Varner Inc.I
', the little Fiat up to a 175 H. P. \ .
TOURIST COURT-Lake front guest FTSANCTSO-To construct cottages i psy you'll receive in i touring sedan (2)) Take your pick mlisa I
attractively and free clothing housing and' GRE-Wlb Special Mercury. Al at prices to give WHY NOT SIMPLY TRANSFER
hou furnlh.d and residence by building fo. (1185. Harley 615 M.Orange
cont.o Thousand of highschool "Pr.e W.dswor the customer a > YOUR PROBLEM US? ... ,
acres for .. : tor o private Party on t the suitable connection Ave- PbD.8597. _ / de.l II T PLYMOUTH 1941. 2 door
with some fruit h.coe. An opportunity P. O. Box 988. Orlando. graduates are volunteeringdaily .ork. I This ear is clean and perfect me- .
to make another take Shorn because no other profession of- with successful .oror.ton Ace 60. CHEVROLET-1946 4 door sedan. At 5 Wet Central Annue. R 5. O. P. SWOPE. REALTORJ. I ehanleally.PLYMOUTH.1930. 234 W. CENTRAL AVE.

Court. Price only S2S.OOOOO. Call 01. LANSl0-llbl. prop f.r so much. L.r e.r. and save ;, .n actl" kno. .. ..r. Lik new. Jim Cumbie Csrs 904 Eun /. Newman Sales Manager
wIll traveL For write Box N Ave. Phone 2-4521. I
128 : Orange
O e. Realtors. 3-O836 109 I I utile you I you are a I Iqualified I Int.me. I I Convertible Coop PHONE 2-3153
I. Pin*. I I N. Onnu.I veteran may spendTour 6 B-Stir. CHEVROLET 1947 Styiemaster 2 'I Associates Radio new pals*. MecBancaXr
: I I HOME LOANS-To build purchase. tint year In your own Army EX-NAVAL hours !; door sedan. Black finish. Oiin's !IVied Reggie MoHat-J. A. Martin I this car is Ski new.
TRAILER COURT-S acre*, comer i: if travel fight'I'"t'r.i. N. Ave. Phone Van
refinance and Prompt aerv- Area or .pp.1 to you. flying. job. C.r. 242 Orange J. Windnam W. Wilcox
tract. 466 ft. Blossom I
on Orange :I ice. Reduced coats.aro plan i you may serve in U. EuropeanTheatre An types of 2-81t | 76. for Sale I
Trail. Several frwn to
New masonry-built home fur- : Traier.Trutk earspriced S22S
service I at 20 cent If Meat Conscientious and
available plans, per pay appearance. -
Icudtne CHEVROLET-1941 Special Deluxe 4 i I
nished. Equipped for 55 trailer Complete I i specifications Winter you're travel adventure education hard worker. 25 years old. CHEVROLET. j MB6. If you are tookm for onein
concrete utility buildin: Deep !I .n hou. .kl Mare. door sedan. One owner original pickup truck. F.II jI
these don't miss
i Park Savings j specialised branches the Eligible for On good condition b I price ranges
V.te.n paint Harley 615 owner.
unlimited of gplen-I I !
.n. wel supply AsOo.. 234 Park Ave. l: : Regular Army and Air Force offer all '. Training. something with Iilure. ,- !. .113.. Vas.or.. cheap. 8937. ) TOP these
did Specs for 75 additional ,, :these along with Box S-Star. A. ; Ph QUALITY CARS
trailer or motor court. Priced rlb. checks to depr..ulo.prf real 1 4 door sedan. Beauti HVROL- 1947 .. panel I
good term Orlando's best buy. LOANS on an types of property; lone I pay .u.r.nt. yi I i I DETo193. Florida Motors. new every 01 R. S.
stability and the chance 71. Airplane "sales and SersiteTWIN Cent.l '
save up to Ie&
M. Caldwell with Asher Peter Real I: 0 short terms; low ,.t immedi- nearly (2.0OO in cash In 'year Rlatng Jefferson : dial 2-2424. Jim Cmb.Cars. 904 N. Ora. A. 4 CADILLAC Flt- Door 1239 E. COLONIAL DR. EVANS'i

tor. 1 8. Main: 2-0788. .I.t.i ..,Ie Harlow. Phone O. P.c1k 118 prices need not affect you. You ENGINE r.tt on Grumman DODGE-1947 Sedan. Very low miles. Pion. 2..S:1.: ; Sedan. Hyd.ma _

I Orange A. 818 I can a by Widgeon; lnd. Irment Like new in every respect. Jim I i COVERED WAGON-New roof and i: -4 BUICK Super cY PHONE 2-8353 *

TOURIST COURT-About 1 .erl. !; larOOh 5iob- U:1-selcet' in Veterans .. OrlDdo Cumbie C.r 904 N. Grant ATS. : new paintSmall down payment. I I! Coupe. Very low .
fronting 1700 ..t on U. 8. 1. I the U s.-Armor Air Force. Get full i I Country Club. Ph P.rl 863. Phone :; IU.1 a montb Why pay rent mi '
92. with about sanu met \ MONE AVAILABLE low Interest I details without any obligation at i R.d 'M BUICK Roadmaster 4 Dr S'
front. DODGE 1941. Luxury liner, convertible S.la
lake with whit = c2 There ,I r.l. on .well pro l.tf In residential Orlando your nearest u.s. Army and AirForce 72. Autos-1 rocks for Rent I club- coupe. Exceptionally clean- i ih2 Oraofe Bloom Tr.l. i dan.heater.Seal covers a, Open SundaysFELIX DAILY DOZEN :
are S double cottages extra I prU. Recruiting at Rutland j
SI.tln. Radio Price GL
IS ton.n. '
banks in each. room bunsalow. < and Wite brokerage. I Building. Frid.. D. TANNER U-DRIVJ IT-Drive It I Phone i.0 U. 119.i motor. good (1.000 \'49 Super !i
.O 25 W. Wash- II I ti.b.rum ; BUIC San Comp
A .
small Restaurant | tt. In..tmen' Co. FINANCIAL Institution Joura r.c. me or day. 1934 VFord. goiag. !! ,
Phone $513. NATIONA DODGE 1941. Luxury liner newtires. J
folly euip.On basis of part Urn i IitoL manager who desires D. U-DrveI. 234 W.Central (350. R. K. BIU."., mile north eU1Pp
oaner this shou'd' .stt.n' Ave. new upholstery rsdio. 30.000 46 Wagon. Excellent -
connection. Plone Zellwood
to Highway 441
I" Pt.o..nt -" actual mtle 1012 East South Street. on on lft condition low mileage Listed DaIly
Outstanding' Bays
net 110.000 CO rear. Price $44.000 HERTZ DRIV-IYR-SEL.FSVSTESL Call after a pm. Sun and Mon. I ,,12

with substantial t.5 psjment. Bettes REAL ESTATE LAS .cost! Qu.Ufr.UonsMut. be..A .e Trucks and passenger car for rent 00&113' F.1 .ond1tol (25a DODGE-1939 panel Seal ; '4 CHEVROLET 2- Door Sedan.

Phone Inreatment e 2 W. WSihincton. To buy. bud .' home Ecuc.tllMwt b a High School by hour day or week. Low rates. 375N.Orsnge.phone Od.rd An. Or-', beam lights and good trck. New Very clean car. ,
; and The TrustPeparisieni lando. j
I a0.D paint lob. B. f. Harris 622 WINN
of First Nations Bank Exp.rseoc.-Regissners and discharged CUMBIE-U-DRIVE-IT '47 DODGE-1941 Club coup. low mile- |;I Hather. Nor,: CoverIbl. Ta 1 400 N. ORANGE :

DBS] HIGHWAY-R*>iar>nt near | M Orlando second floor. I veterans considered. ; cars. By day week or month. : age. radio .1 Ue. Central j I i an e&c ta.
2 kit packing Bus stop androoming i Personality-Neat appearance Florida Gar- 1 DODGE TRUCK-1941 long wheel CADILLAC 4 Door Sedan. New .
m..a Competitive rates. 904 N. Orange: J.r.C ad
settlement. I tally alert ability set along land di.1 22424.FORD.1947 'I, b. 1 ton state body 4 DIAL4TZ1
nous* Bume. (1000 WANTED-Second mortgage t dial 2-52. :_ 1225 26th C..n{ paint complete equipped. INVITES YOUto :
for uirk sal cheap. Br with people.CarRequired.
&n oa property at 8*. repayment and 2 door
John wi Im. car allowance OLI2SU-DRIVE I INC.-New cars Cub coupe DUMP TRUCK-GMC. 41 BUICK Special Sedanette. A
HenryBurch. ... $200.
.a. ; Ira Jim Cumbi
M'rl. C.r lon sedsn. lS6.
.r 2-10.
: for rent by d. week .
Camp. paid. 0 mo"t 26th St. I very good buy.ORANGE
1. !' Cars. 904 Ave. Phone 122
M. : _
PAY sr. forl1 : No 2 Or.n.
iOHWAY'north at WI pn..t. Itr.n :'' Flure Relur salary' Irnws Or. rr t.p loctn 24 N.Gariand. 2-4321.. FORD-1946 dump truck. 8 cu. yd.. visit his lot at Orange Blossom DESOTO-1942. 4 deer Sedan

Lake A. Tourist Business. Box 2: S-Star. i i Excellent prospects. on .bltJ. Ph Ph 2-37.2-814 .ne 14 FORD 1935 and 2-.her..: 10 wheeler. Thornton Drive. 901 E. Trail and Washington Like new from bumper to bumper
sew i cup I Ave. Mrs. A. ". Thompson.
.n..nt a.utll _tn.t..' I Apply at 24 South Ave.. > I trle. fair colltln..O Ure 1hl.n BUICK CO. 11.49
1 Street. think have
Or.nl 1 We we
.. Jta GROW ORI.ANDO-Buihd or Orl.ndo Florida. 7 3. Auto Service bth 202O .) II j i FORD TRACTOR-DISC. trailer, dusI T 1
SOO ft.
IUD..I. frot. ; wr I ter. AH New. Bargain for OLDEST nice which 1841 Windsor
buy on the DirectReduction :: FORDS 1940-41 coupes. quick "ORLANDO'S tome very cars CHRYSLER- eon-
: ho. -
.hll. Lk. frontas .U.bl. .** OUNO MAN as .tl cb.s. Automotive AUTO BRAKE JOBS and wheel Con.rbl. sale. 37 W. Washington. DEALER verttMaHi.. Good tire, runtgood
New have been In-
Pn.n. Conu' and
Will consider some I stock experience PII .sceU..nmech.D.I I
alignment1day _
0. I and Whl i needs paint IJ9!
.rYe. HOUSE ft. I
lerwtt P Fer.l S..I. Aa preferred. Contact Mr. Massie. CUlbl. C.r\ I I T Streame
_______ i Pine at Court balanced while ,Oi A' Orange Ave. Phone the 530 N. Orange Ave. Lot spected.l .
Dr. hou.traler.
Phillip* :
Gar.le FalIU. pranae tc W. M"ERC1fRY-IIJ'. Club Radio.
; Street. Weekdays 82. Saturdays Son Cbuh.GXL living. Sleeps 4: attractive Coup
24 INVESTMENT !INCOME. : FOR part time I = i-R-x-rli.f 1947 .n: OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS eieeedteilr clean throughout
Tr ,.9 12. YOUNG'MA. .mpl-: I ing. Priced to 2 W.
bt home 2O rental rooms In thebean and crfn I-j: r .bpnP mebalc I : Sell or i Church. Room ul. S .ne : DIAL sue I 47 CHEVROLET 'i ton truck.Tfcfc 993
of business center. Perfectlysound sestigator. Must base car trade 1-1150. I
I Ii i step service rOdarmr I tmk is practically new.
t..tet Ones phenomenal I I 64. Help Wanted-Female to type. Will train. Reply 0. | 300 N. Orange OOer'a Snl I F of two: onei : HOUSE TRAI.LER-25. late 1946.I I I HCDSON-19& Super "II" 4 .s-
A" i' Like new Electric
future development I'i Box 1329.COtPlE I i I 2 dor one coup Both tn I thoulholt U4O CHEVROLET Convert*!* sedan. Low KwfeiteUHCOL _,n' $1595
"PID" aa .
BEACH S automobile -
t aD in value. The kid BEAUTY OPERATORS For new WANTED to do tok11,, OARGener.l wrecker .ondtlon Oiin's Used Cars i br.k.With or without 1937 Sarii.. Coupe. This is a very clean
'Investment that has been shop. AU replies Writ ,( cleaning and yard work. "ut .2495 bou I 242 N. Or.n.A. Phone 2-4814. !I' Little Village, Orange Blos- ear.1S4I '-. 4 Hoar sedan. Ktires. _
baits fo moat lars fortune*. BUT Bus 5 SStar.BIAUTICIANRenlOr.. cld.nUa live In Good salary. ."le. E.s .f1eron Fb! FORD-1948 Station-wagon. White .ala. 8 : I tMks. drives and runs
this fi 5.0. and your future issaeur C.I1598.xPrlm. r08- very clean. Jim Cumbie 1m Trl. Wykygyl Motors DODGE S passenger cpe.I gpod ____________nnn .1395
*. Pa 7 1 S cash balanceran P1*. license BRAKE REPAIRED-We supply a'Ur.904 3. Orange Ave. Phone BOUSE TRAILER-14 ft. Also uU New point and seat covers.

be amortised from H of income. i i I _fcO-i commission. Call_6686. :: 66. Sales Help Wanted I i i' your auto D"f .I tires C.r. I ity trailer for sale 2508 South L }I FORD 1- \o 'loa pickup

0 Mr Butch or Sam A. Hlth, COOK-Experienced. Reference and and 0. S.1 Service. W. I I Sum. j t37 CHEVROLET Town Sedan Hurl' _uu_____ 33

4 Broker al 409 .. Orange AT .. pbn, health card. 10 to 7. Abl to BOYS OVER IB. Make 10 before 'i Boone-' _ j I FORD tire-good 1935 tudor.back excellent.for pickup HOUSE TlSm.1 nice for I OPEN SUNDAY 1 I Very clean.

J-OMJ. I I weekends. Days of. Call Xmas Sell front BODY AND FENDER repairing ..DdP.IUI. St.HOSTRAILLK.New.
alt name pia us*. Best offer 1610 S. tlple ttP. U2 i IOOS DODGE Sedan. This car baa
2J940. doors. Write N.lonl 212 Summer Eu.t. Ijdl PYD F.r..k or 2-427. 21 I 54.000 Mtaal nUfts.j .
$2300 DOWN ..o4Iiosea custard i COUNTER stOrans St. Boston Varner. P. 1 I
tan sleeps 4 Used
fo on WANTIApp1 l.s. i fas. 3 ** "
.. 2-3153. FORD-1942 Super Deluxe 4 door r.i 48 CADILLAC 61 4-Door Sedan
A. Phone
234 W. Central
a Un. .. Gardner i! tl Wel Chuc SALESMEN Wanted. Over (28 day! : sedan Very .". S135O. Harley Can be seen Box 252. j: BUICK Super Sedan. Very
Real Aaenc 2s Court Street. Rd *- from Old 101 W. CENTRAL
mile Apopka .
I clean.IMS
\' Sell custom painted New! 73-1. Auto t Wadsworth. 615 N. Orange Ave mh..7. '4S CHRYSLER Town and Counj -
aD ,
dial 1-44(1 _ _ COLORED MAID fo genera bul No Writ. l'arLs.Atteune Phone .:97. R.i !: ':
HOU5X-Tt.I-i7C Convertible
iOWN BCSINtS*Uaka._Big.. ,,i! work and cooking. _.3 t Cal C rats w.t eODrd._.. FRONT END REPAIR PAT now FORD.-1942 Station wston. Clean a i 81 j try FORD Deluxe 2 Door. DIAL 4321
at hOsts or 8-0297. '
rt j SALESMAN-We have an opening for available for almost .f 8165O. Harley : lose
m.t new. W.d..r Cl 47 FORD -8" Super DeLuxe CHEVROLET Town Sedan.
t. P d1.1 ..ta I COOK-MAID Use on premises m j an outstanding sales promotionman. :': auto. C. A. Prange & Sons. 101i W. N. Orange Ave. Phone 197. IUPPmoU193 G 'I
A. AD.I. .!, Park. and I : lS 2-Door Jt41 STUDEBAKER
L Winter R.re. who I a prouc. Exceptional Church phone 881. after and anytime Sator Champion 2
C.lf___ health card. Apply ( N. Orange.Orlando earnings ulete. Giv. I I '
A WELL ESTABLISHED clothlas b STUDEBAKER-1948 bal..k-up. 4! JEEP Station Wages DODGE-194J Ctab coupe. Radio.
or 1208 Winter Park. past let- 74. i
lple. flt with
A. xPrl..D. I FORDS Am broke
Equipped with
\antr pipe pipe
ot Ford _.
Perfect Doing I' 43 I Immaculate throughout S1.49S
I. .U PI i ter.Bpx17 jsStar.SALESMAN _ 1930. -31 1. 32. 33. 34. 35. a r.Excellent condition. Radio. Clean 42 CHEVROLET FleeUtee !
(21.OOO groSs .r with to -With established follow. ,i WANTED-WU1 pay top price 7. Coupes. Tudor and and clean deal. Jun JemitaaUsedCars. door.WE
treat far lacreas (IS/ FUNTAI OnExpren i Aero-Sedan 8TTTDEBAKIR-1942 Commander
.bIU. a cn i I lug for Florida. Georgia and T.n: to 100 clean e.r F..1, Mot West Florida and burgle 60O W. Central Av*. NEED r
Broker .. Skyway 4 door sedan factory
t. \ I Ro)1 ditioned star*. Apply Alberta p.essee. calling Drug Stores. C_ Wln. Standard Moor. ; friends HabIts saps the
a l. I STUDEBAKER-194L fretS ,__ __ __
__ Corner of Edgewaier and Princeton. ,. ".u. Stores. Baby Departments 5c I I I auto_ _Trail and St. substitute ignorance I t rubber. New Pup O BUICK 4-Door Sedan UUh *1.4'5
SIGHT SPOT-Boon (1 Stores. General Stores. Gift and keep mouth shut but Plat 11 Fh .
en H : AUTOS WANTED-Will your big
d.n I
ia*. beer and win*. .th USKE-CMPAlIO- Novelty Shop and Jewelry trade. I Ii I cash price for your to tell you this bunch. These 2t 3O4 East H..r.8T'EERI91 40 CHEVROLET Convertible I .CHZVROLET-1941. 2 door sedan.
: : .b' :
Barter G.. JOOO. ences. Mrs. D. Watts. City. i Established distributor and wholesaler i I 142 Garland 2-Jt M. babies have hog killin good H-ton pick-up. i Coupe I Very nice ------_ _-_---- $1.093

t,. Mr ht.r Herman Ooodwm Fla. 1 H.1 Nationally known lines. Cotn1 ': .J.. 2-4814. I motors are right and raised. Anything m. Bryan Street. 1 TO100CARS !!
hoc T7N Orante; M& 1 mission basia. Abee Trading Co. 11 make '< from a gator hunt to a honeymoon Phone 2-2238._ i 33 FORD Coav. Coupe BUICK- 1 4O 3 passenger Club
.ni XT YOU WANT-! **_. property HOUSEKEEPER dle-ated for -man Unencumbered and wife. Applyat mtd- Chauncy Street. Boston 11. i!I AUr-WANTAD. Qcct r. Wvkygyl trip. f 82 to 1. Comet SIT Handsome custom bum i Canpax__Radto.__.very clean throughout -
$1. U
took *
see Ole Will the U ---------
we hate choice hattna f aoart- 1229 _St.HOUSEK.EEPFRWhite.. SALESMAN Protected territory. i Motors. 51N : o.e.' .tOt 25 screened MOST OP- THE ABOVE pay top price. I j
moat bull4m ._ Teurlmt 1tb 1 tionally advertised products : Smith. Tit M. Or.DI. and condition steeps 4.
Court. beer tad t.. ete. r; ;small- protecting Industrial and commercial I I I istICit-A.NTXD The.later and i I..1 farD$ Urea. Sell o trsS I CARS HAVE RADIOS CADILLAC-1931. 4 door Sedan. }
I Uy.2 adults. 1 Live cleaner the better. Might buy (lidsor is. gobs Sk new ___.
shipments. $744
, Bringing 30. or mare .. lemeBt : property. Pro Slivers W. r I palft oa small house. ANl HEATERS Felix 1linnStandard I n
, .u> or c.1 .BOW I Iou premlsea. Telephone 2-931. Conunis-aao. Writ United Laboratories ; Pta. Pluac. 6 FORD-1339 coupe Good te.good Write Jim Smith Rt. 1. BOX 13. I .

a .;.n. Rat; 32 East Pin hOtlS&KIZPZR-Some .n.- Tnc., 12. Ohio ior i Cl.rl condition. $595. 227 STUDEBAKER-1946. 2 speed axle C1mTROUT1140 g.*elal ?-
car for two children ( ) d1.11. i;! CARS WANTED-Any make or modeL i LeRoy Ball. air brakes. wheeL tow bed ALL ARE IN EXCELLENT lose Z -toot teata. StillS ia errrr
-- Good i I need SO to 10O cars each Tburs"ay. SIb respect _
works time. ;
I mother part $99
SALESMAN A gotetterfor trailer ---
; Central for equipment. 1 MotorsORANGE
| < Beat prices arc paid. Bring your FRII3 c.
I WOULD TOO and salary. rm.nent I nationally advertised building main i A. 501 '
i* In business and Garland Mn L
U.. Thursday to Holiy-Robaoa'a Jef. J TlPn Ich.
Writ* reply Verona 6t.. ear PRICED
fo*o a tolde op- I KuPlda. t"I line One who baa Motor 2120 S. Orange Blo : dial 2-2434. gaa.
art &il> fO a *__ 1. ; folwmc and experience calling oa :I i, Alctl' 7349 for particulars. i FORD- 2 dour sedan. OB TRUCK BODY-All steel. 4 yard capacity. BLOSSOM TRAIL
Se" July that ** l..ADy lo ociAAitftxate for nationally .r"htts I TaI Ih. t .a _.. 200 OTHER CARS
ulna' & Almost
Ih I I! firm inOrlando I V INC. wants I er. S7 Harley Wado 1 For Prku.j' 7S1 N. MILLS ST.
mate a I. I phone additionaltinaaros IB- known grocery food manufacturing stores every Friday I''I warehouses clause territory. cosruniasUm n : I I I D al AiUB and ti.7 I, W Oranse Av*. P. : 9 I tall-769 R Winter Part. MO.7._ ATWASHINGTON

vermat urn. .u. WUltams Real- !I and Saturday. prlM. and car .1 Cat earn (5- 10.0 e.l. Must hav > price Immediately. D Varner Ine. FRl91 Super deluxe door sc- rTtlCS"too GMC. Ford. Dodge PHONE 2.2174 STREET TO SELECT FROM
21 ...rt Bt. but not. necessary. I I car R..Dy'C Box 1427. West ''i Studebaker Sales Service. 234 I perfect cnditl. 7000 j': Ch.nolt (395 and (42$. Tel.phone .-
t Y L.t j .a.11 '1 1 I ,
Phone Phone St.
i .writ* B 3 S-Star. Paint B.cl I. W. Central Ave. 2-31U 't II.6 2-30. B.ke --

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t I \ 16 i&lf fcmtb fcfullnfl-fctar Orlando Florida, September 7, 1947 INVESTIGATE IEFOIC YOU CUTS
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. For Consolidation Bills 8>llm.k-r family tn.nUy Mid jtlt ... OTlfU SKIN M.a. TewAea1
\ Dial 6234 Venetian Blind Co.
annual reunion here. Twentyonefamllg IU"AtlON; I j Orlando
I On Jobs Here T.n6oti,.Tnfrtl of Orange County units were represented, by Y 1l a.....-C.S1 :.:. ::: ___ lOa Winter Garde K o,4J A JETOWN TUNS&CTION!

sit t'J1IwIJJd.tlhn m"Mure' <, to tovotd 75--m-mbrra.- -.---- I; Our ewu "Best.Alum" r--l!--S. Kuh1 Any-Ph Z S,3 -
on Tuesday WM lwed ywterdiy ,
f During August by C. T. Willi a rM. local I In I JI and ''Best Wood" ; .
Growing Popularity
Every Day. ;
W"irr" politlciU leader. He! ura,,dall I SPECIAL 9x12 AI-Wool! Carpet .. 32.50 Blinds. :
Th }-k.rrla. ;lAU Employment N'irro vot.r to to to the frffci
, .rvl& ofl* bre had more than and taut their ballots on Tues- THE LONGWOOD HOTEL All-Wool Carpeting: 27- aDd M- mina; Y'. IT" Free Eitlmatev ., .

fi 70$ call for nrrvke during the dal.. and 15" widths. Q.ick f Serrice .
month of Auv''rat. C, If. Bru e.maiNMtr. ----- --- J.it Off lore 17-92 Asphalt Tile: B. C. and D GrooM and are face. PRICES : W_
rant 'tn -|l.rtrcl .ppr."lmai.ly Midway Between Sanford and Orlando FACTORY ; .
reported 6' and 9' width Inlaid and Lmoleuw.
Congoleum, ; Battleship I .
r 10* track tfrlrrrs.! 1.100 citru* Wf N aD tuA..e *
A total of M. referral to Jftb parking' he..* w*>rk.r.. nit alm S.r were' MMte durtnc the month while rlrrh. and J.. fra'l mill worker Daily DELIGHTFUL DINNERS Atmosphere Runners black and marocn. 3 ft. width. Craze Uaiaf, KesUOaf. .
were reported atM *. Luncheons Cool bv Factory L.;
jib phktriwnt ,. AD Work Dow
ladu' S"&r2.Jkr'" Hugs, all sizes.AMERICAN ..t
J, tneludintt 117 vetefan. ApprotMtly "Job appllcatlorui continue to Iron. aid Teamed Lmpiogeea; .,

2f2 Job j lu l *m nU increase''.'' Bruce faater aM than In Job urging opportunJUe em-- $1.00 i /ncd Iasoao from h S 1.50 Pleasant RUG AND LINOLEUM CO.IU For Free Estimate -- ----

for omen were m d>. ptr/yrr to place all jobr, )pnln North 2-24J9 Phone S059
Daa.faa" Nlc..U to a. b' M. .. Orange Are. Phonn241' and 1.l"'IOltl'j
7lNt rlf,. f nt fCf' 4 l '7Z proapxrfottnt with hill office. I I j
emp4eTer. In h 'all ofIs'
and rrrflvrd job
MftH fr 75 *r"n.. 4
Although the report ln en of Mi* off ke'a
1bt cK-tintiM m was f in brhlf of veteron Whether you're headed for college/ north, south, east or west-Rutland's Campus Compass sets you on the right course for -' : I II

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Its flUmr of mpiymrntf
'1fnPIIIII'Itihh el lfwi by nonveti the right clothes at the country's leading colleges.
< ana Wade up a Jar.e volume: of I
i.!(* work. Bruce Mid. .
i fto r portd Mft.n>i oyfn ntr.mpmtMtkm
payment in Orange ', r -
Cwmty mmotmtlnc to 12444. The .
..n Is persona rec.ivlntr comp.nAaIIr : -
f tneluded 269 nxm and S$6
v '>m.t> durirnr) the week trading I
Aim. 90.Tin I
atari' of September *aw (
3.072 pnltNllIUIi eeklnc employ
'". mint throuxh UM ?HP. Including i
l..62 vet raiw and 1.075 women. .
't\t.. largest number of appll I
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I Bondholders/ of I;
I White buck oxford with plain toe and
Chicago Rapid Transit I red rubber sole.

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Chicago Railway Co. ..r

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J 'q ask .h.* dvlallfi *f ainowMf t. h*
i f I..))4 mi MWk Kami "rxl how to coll -
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Our now low prtc ':=

! covert and treatment.Inipoctlon IN CLOTHES FROM RUTLAND'S :

Phone or WriteBOYTE '" ...

Getting you off to the right start took our .: \

i i Sleeveless I pullover sweater of tint
style scouts and buyers from coast to coast. > ... UO%wool ,am.
I t. I, Mai r'U'1 NJI t .. Our travels netted collection "
:: as complete a 01. .Y
I'HT: ('ONTum.I .-
;' A authentically styled campus-japproved clothes :. .


I r as you'll find. We kept your budget in mind f .
IN FLORIDA I' too in our determination to bring you the .

Mnvahe-Any.' c' .
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- fur (> ..
Home. ro
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.: high. quality.SPORT ;.::< .
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COATS $25 to $45 FALL SUITS $45 to $75 { _

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Flannel slacks In ,dark.,rm-
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.' / -' Tea Table ChatterBy

Walter Winchell is always talking about his scouts reporting -

: this and that bit of news to him, so now we'll tell

I gT I I you that our New York scout has just given us an interest-

ing bit of information! JACK KELLY, Rollins student, I

f; who won first place on Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scout pro..

: e 8t "r J9e.rd'J-wb gram a few weeks ago, is a member of the cast of The .
s.b Chocolate Soldier, now on tour, and is understudy for the ''

lead. 'I'
/ o o o

The Covenanters Class of the First Presbyterian ,... ."
Church is having an eventful weekend. for yesterday they ;> ,{

all went to Cocoa Beach where they were guests of MR.

and MRS. JAMES B. COMPTON and daughter, ELEANOR k '' '

And tonight they're going over to GRACE DOROTHY :
BOARDMAN'S for a gathering ;f 44s 4itLj

ning service Grace Dorothy

xu' ner Elk, N. C., where she : ; L I

Js is > instructor at Lees-McRae College. I
r> o o tIt J
y I If I I t '

II W. G. WAGNER of Winter Park

I day to enter Mary Washington : :,.

i burg, Va. She graduated last :

; High School. EARLE WOLLAM, :

Y v from Orlando Senior High School i ?
23d of this month to major in
t* o o '
i Those who have suffered the :

%' R should hear ELLA WELLS '

the deep sea fishing trip she was .

:21 they set forth from New Smyrna

: p. galed us with it at SYBIL '

4 morning for RUTH HUNDLEY ;

a delightful party such
> .' wiches, cucumber and cheese t f.

Y yy.. tiny, hot, flaky biscuits Several

,. dF' I ionably correct in their new : .
s K 5 Y yL' A ':' J 1y and they did look very smart. 3

Y .. t that just-home-from-New York look I- w,
r .> a tw x ear
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s, bolero dress with red and white t

ri WEST'S tailored dress was of .
chambray Both RUTH
GUIRE looked very attractive in


J t r i white linen dress embellished

+ e iI I WELLS MILLIGAN'S dress of

iI I med with quantities of white -
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Seems to us as though it

I. Claus just to look after filling the


r hundred members from Georgia,

tended the annual reunion held last


W".AI'_ .inllll:1I! : near Tifton. Ga. They had a

THIS FALL SEES THE DEPARTURE of the four attractive Or- -FOur Own Staff PlO; 'OS' Trover\ shore and it was resolved that the

londo girls pictured above who are prospective college stu Gray, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Wayne Gray, is leaving tomorrow -! held at Welcomeall Park, near MRS. CLARENCE LEWIS THACKER

to attend Virginia Intermont College Bristol Va next Labor Day 1948 Their
dents. In the group at left are, left to right.. Miss Kathryn her marriage announced today.
Pictured at right is Miss Florence Marie Pleus, daughter of Mr. they even have a secretary, MRS.
Gray, Miss Annelle Perry and Miss Audrey Condict, shown at and Mrs. Robert J. Pleus, of Lancaster Pork. Miss Pleus,will Decatur, Ga. 1-: &

the home of Miss Perry's parents, Mr. and Mrs.Rufus A. Perry, soil from New York on Oct. 2 aboard the S. S. Mauretania for o o o Thacker Miss Wilder

on Concord Ave, enjoying an afternoon of phonograph record Paris, France, where she will spend a year at the Sorbonne.She The Labor Day activities for ,

playing. Miss Perry and Miss Condict, the daughter of Mr. 'finished her sophomore year at Trinity College, Washington rupted here when he and TOM Clear

and Mrs. Lawrence W. Condict of Winter' Park, are leaving D. c., last June, and following her year at the Sorbonne, Haven left for a grand tour of the Saturday In water

in mid-September for Stephens College, Columbia, Mo. Miss will return to Trinity for her senior year. I ing Kappa Alpha rush events Large Reception at Wilder Home
: the University of North Carolina

i Miss Coleman Gives Plans Miss Edmunds; Becomes BrideOf ''The country boys job are, and making included the in tour their in I a Held candlelight Immediately ceremony Sat-Following six candelabra Ceremony, to create an effective -

I I' convention in Atlanta and a KA Miss Jessie Lee Wilder, altar and choir loft. The

For Forthcoming Here Mr. Baldwin in TavaresTAVARES o o r> i of Mr. and Mrs. Guss pews were decorated with white
candles, gladioli, ferns and white
I Scheduled among the events of Clearwater became the
Miss Mary Elizabeth Coleman and Miss Clio .Metc Ife. soloist. I II I The marriage of I'was of white asters tuberoses and 1 Theta Chi fraternity rush party of Clarence Lewis Thacker. satin bows.

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A, H.j, Miss Betty Henry will be maid Miss Martha Annette Edmunds: chrysanthemums.Mrs. I AND MRS. J. R. WELLS on Lake of Mr.' and Mrs. Omer S. Prenuptial music was renderedby

Coleman is toddy giving plans for I:of honor for Miss Coleman and I i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William j J. H. Alderman maternal, and their dates are invited for of Kissimmee at the and Mrs.James Jeanette R. Golden Moore Leesburg organist,
her wedding to Clyde Atwood son i' Miss Mary Jean Atwood. thebridegroomeleet's H. Edmunds of Tavares, to Ernest grandmother of the bride, wore I Baptist Church in Clear- I soloist.
black and white asters, '' swimming, boating and picnic .
of Mrs Minnie AtwoodThe I| sister and Mrs. F. Baldwin son of Mr. and Mrs.I crepe I The bride entering on the armContinued
tuberoses and chrysanthemumsformed We understand that Theta I
many .J'I gladioli were used with
H. C. Baldwin of Orlando was
wedding will be solemnized Robert will be bridesmaids. .
Ayers solemnized Wednesday at 6 p.m. her corsage. Mrs. L. H. tral Florida will also attend the i and palms intenlX'rsedith [ On Page 19]
Saturday at 8 p.m. at the First i Little Judy Ginther. Mr. At- i Edmunds paternal grandmotherof -- -- .
Methodist Church with Dr. John wood's nieces will be flower girl. i I in the Tavares First Methodist the bride, chose a grey figured -. :

W. Branscomb. minister of the Best man will be Warren Tiller,j I Rev.Church.O. The C. Howell church! officiated minister the at I crepe dress with a corsage of white 1 I: FOR 5"S E DEBUTS IN JACKSONVILLE I II

First Methodist Church and the and ushers will include Harold !I the double-ring ceremony.Tall asters, tuberoses and chrysanthemums. I <, :..;.
Rev. William Harry Moore min- Torrance Jr.. Francis baskets of white bladiolus. '. y' ':"
ister of the Broadway Methodist John Burns and Jack Blankner'l chrysanthemums and tuberoses, Immediately following the ceremony !
Church performing the ceremony. Although no a reception was held in the '
''against background of palms,
Nuptial music will be presented i been issued all friends of the couple a the I, home of the bride's parents on .
formed the 'decorations in
by Jesse Pedrick Baker organist are invited. I New Hampshire Ave. Assisting in
church. The setting was illuminated -
-..- receiving and entertaining the
with lighted tapers in gradu-
r"1Ra guests were Mrs. J. E. Smith, Mrs.
ated candelabra. The tapers were
i W. J. Rogers. Miss Pauline Cox. f
lighted by John Edmunds and
Mrs.\ Robert M. Boulware and Mrs.
Don Grant.
v'iEse I J. E. Smith Mrs. W. J. Rogers,
Mrs. Leonard Duncan, pianist
Miss Pauline Cox. Mrs. Robert M.
rendered a progratn of nuptial ;Yr
Boulware and Mrs. Donald Gard-
| 'f.
i music, which included the tradI-
i ner were in charge of the bride'scake. .
C tional wedding marches. Miss Joan
R i Presiding at the punch bowl 4
Duncan of Leesburg and Carl I were Mrs.\ E. M. Tally and Mrs. I r .: 1
Duncan of Tavares were the solo- :
I Pearl Cullen.
Serving were Misses .rE
ists.Russell i Norma Gardner and Jane Breck- i y :. .
r Dickson of Orlando serv- .
j enridge. The bride's book was kept L *
ed as best man for the bridegroom I
by Miss Mary Treadway.
and acting as ushers were John When Mr.\ and Mrs.Baldwin left >. '
J Edmunds, brother of the bride; I' II a
on their wedding trip to New Or-
Don Grant of Bishopville, S. C.. I J 9
Thomas Gordon and Burton Gordon -.. the bride traveled in a two- :
I i r piece suit of olive green wool with
i of Orlando. ,
a white crepe blouse and brown ;" ....r...
| The bride was given marriage
i accessories. She wore an orchid
: by her father and her sister. Miss corsage. I ", IAY
Dorothy Edmunds, was maid of <' ,
The bride graduated from the
5 x honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Bet- :6sS
.1 Tavares High School in the class
Jane of Orlando Mrs.
ty Spencer ;
I of 1940 and later attended the
Ernest Moore. Miss Elsie Sirmons I Orlando Secretarial School until _
and Miss Martha Thullberry ofTavares. wkv
i recently was employed at the Or- _
| lando Army Air Base. I
{t I The maid of honor wore a gown i 1Y Jay
| Mr.\ Baldwin a native of OrLando -
of orchid taffeta made with a I
graduated from the Orlando .
i :v.-
boat neckline trimmed with a ; Senior High School and from or'tr: '. w i. : ; 5RlJAY
4rfri' ... :
ruffle and swirt accented with a : :
the University Florida with the :
bustle. She wore matching mitts I
class of 1939. He served for seven v."J'
colonial ..
and carried a bouquetof i years with the Army Air Forces .J
deep purple asters. I. and received his discharge with ,

t I i were The fashioned gowns of alike the bridesmaids of old rose I j: the rank of coloneL He is at pres- ,'. <<: A6)

ent manager of the Cannon Mills .... 7.I .
taffeta and' they wore matching i| Airport. Upon their return in two : u y
mitts and carried colonial: bouquets -.-'-'-' <"
; weeks. the couple will reside at
l of lavender asters. !747 Garden Plaza. Orlando. I MISS MADGE' H';; MISS HELEN GUERNSEY I
I] A gown of white slipper satin I Among the out-of-town guests .A..
was chosen by the bride and was I for the wedding, were Mr. and Mrs. 8- J<: <
fashioned with basque bodice a J. F. Kellar, Mr. and Mrs. E. G.''Miss \ Hoffner On 'Personal

MRS. CARL A UNRATH rounded neckline. with yoke satin-of I Stephens of Winter Garden; Mr. Smith \ i Mr. and Mrs. J*. G. Manuel are :
net and seed pearls. Tiny and Mrs.\ Burton Gordon Mr. and
bride of Army captain. covered buttons in back extended spending six weeks at their cottage -
.. I Mrs. Walter Bouton. Mr. and Mrs. \List / I
-k from the neckline to the bottom Henry C. Baldwin Miss Harriet E.!IPlansVledding !I at Black Mountain. N. C.

i of fitted bodice with fitted Van Scoyoc. Mr. and Mrs. Russell I and where she i Mrs. Howard Wollam of Wa-
n athotes Nuptials Held I leg o' mutton sleeves. The full I Dickson. Mrs. Nora L. Robinson.J' The marriage of Miss Fay Smith.': awarded the Phi Lamba Beta I verly. Tenn.. and daughter. Glen-
i skirt terminated in a fan shaped and Mrs. Thomas Gordon of : W.
Mr. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. I i
Ida, the houseguests of Mr. and
Last 1 Veek I train. Orlando: Mrs. L. H. Edmunds. Port ;Smith of this city, to L. W. Felter !; to j I cup as the most outstanding are Kermit 2512
I Mrs. Wollam Hibiscus
at Park Lake Church j -
Her finger-tip veil of bridal illusion -. Royal. S. C.; Mrs. J. H. Alderman : She will enter Boston Uni .
,Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. L.W. Falter Ct.Mrs.
fell from of white
a crown
Ur. and Mrs. i of Chattanooga,Term.; Don Grant : this Fall During the past Effa Anderson Smith
Fryer Jones of Sarasota. the Art'Students Leaguein satin with orange blossoms. She of this city also will take place I returned
of Bishopville. S. C.: Warner I
this ;! I
city are announcing the I : Miss Guernsey accomI recently from a vacation
marI I New York and Western Reserve carried a bouquet of dendrobum Hodges. Memphis Tenn.; Miss!Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. at the First I
rate of their laidU and Erie. Pa.
to Capt. Carl A. Unratn. I recently been employed as a ple orchid showered with tube- Duncan Leesburg. t Dr. J. Powell Tucker minister Mrs. I of Rotary International in urlEne. she
t."AC. on of Mr and Mr. Frank I'draftsman at the OAAB. roses. She wore a diamond hair I of the church, will perform the I Miss I, Francisco where Mr. Guern- [attended the AndersonfamDy re-
s. Unrath| or Los a City, Ioe a. Capt. Unrath attended Iowa clip a gift from the bridegroom. t HOOVER VISITING HERE ceremony. Mr. j union. She made the trip by plane I
Wrb took place Auc 31 at the State will, be held in the was installed as international and is now at her home 407 Sunset -
PJt; University before going the Mrs. Edmunds chose for her William Hooter is here from Los I A reception The Dr.
Dr. Lake P toMrun Church. Rn ce. After serving in the CBI daughter's wedding a rose crepe i I Angeles. CaL. visiting friends. Mr.. Delaney classroom of the church Club ; i,I i.
m the Robert UcCulin officiated theater' for a year be is now stationed dress with white accessories. Her Hoover was stationed at the Pine immediately following the cere: sive : Hoffner member of one of .daughter of Mrs. C. H. Hoffner
latirbea presence. of the immediate at the Orlando Air Base corsage was of white asters. tube- Castle Army* Air Base as a B-29 mony. ;, County's pioneer families and the late Mr. Hoffner of Lake a .
The with the USAC with Hdq. 14th roses and chrysanthemums.Mrs. pilot in 1945. After receiving his I No formal invitations have been the a graduate of Stephens COl- Conway. Her father formerly -
Ls Wide traduattd' from the Air Force Baldwin mother of the discharge he resumed his studies issued but friends of both families '! Miss in the class of 47. She win this city heads the firm of the
,.ttiidit epiirg huh School and later The couple are making their bridegroom seelcted a grey bro- !at the University of Southern i are invited to attend the wedding June | Duke University in Durham. Harry A. Hoffner Co., of Jackson- .
iunthc Ar School,:horn at the. Amherst Apts., caded taffeta dress. Her corsage I California. and reception ';lumbia. C. this Fall. She Is the graad- I ville. ,

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Page 18 {tit! S-Utt tty; E-nttnrl-Sotttr Orlando, Florida, September 7, 1947 Philatheas Athletic Group Opens
I i iI I Fitts-Hayes
l IMrs. }: Drive for Members ',

\ Three Officers Receive Awards Miss' Drake's Elks' Ladies : From Service in Germany Hold Election 15 NEW-1 to SMYRNA T '! : .-.r.l. : BEACH,:, .Sbt! I

membership drive for
the it;

q I For Courtesy to Traveler 90 l Nuptials Told Club HoldsInstallation 'By 10"MAYME T-.e S .-HODGSKIN;,v S"_. .-' "'::'1 i irdl for Miss Lafayette Dilon,Baker La. where left Saturday the will Of Officers underway Smyrna Beach yesterday.Athletic Arthur Assn.Ka.3.

S."NPORD-Mrs. Martha Fitts- enter Southwestern Louisiana Institute -I der and his committee are eaiw]
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T. Sunday
e tn -jp.S r:n y -fi DAYTONA BEACHAnnouncement The Philathea t ing the $1 membership dues IS
Hayes arrived n-New York Friday .
DAYTONA BEACH-Three Daytona Beach policemen of the marriage of Miss from Frankfort Germany, where ; 'Crass of the First Methodist I local men interested in loealltl1.:

\t I Sgt. C. W Vimn&: and Officers W. K. Griffis and Roy Allen, Myra Ellen Drake to Leonard [':-xto;' re c ;- =;-. l S'o'1 I she has been for th?; past ytar Miss Ethel Cheshire of Pompano Church held its regular business letics. The money will be &JM"
.are winners of this week's Chamber of Commerce Cour- Cecil Reynolds son of Mr. and DAYTONA BEACH Elks Ladies with the Army Counter Intelligence is guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sam .meeting: Thursday at the home of i to sponsor teen-age athletics da.

tesy Award as result of a letter of recommendation from Mrs. Boyd Reynolds of Augusta.Ga. Club held installation- services Corps. She was me todayin '' Levy and son Gene. :Mrs. Lillian Coolman the class !I tag Election the Summer of officers months.

Mrs. Dora Macey Hambrick, 90. to the Award Committee, .. formerly of here, has been for newly elected officers Wednes- Mrs.Jacksonville W. A. Fitts by and her her mother brother Mr and Mrs. Jack: Hadcrer are teacher, on Woodward Are. 7-30 p.m. Wednesday win at be t e
'" according to an announcements made by her parents Mr. and day at an anniversary party of Albert Fitts at New Smyrna Beac2i Mrs. Burta Wells president Chamber of Commerce. jpPark
Miss Louise: Levy has reiUr.1edfrom
Elks Ladies at the clubhouse. Mrs.
." from Chamber of Commerce Mgr;j me and that any time I wanted Mrs. Everett O. Drake HollrHill Dora Bond was installed as new i Major Stanley Wilson also New York. She spent I presided. .._,
Harry Hall 'I tn go for a ride just to call .., The marriage: took place last president by Mrs. Floyd Schultz stationed in Germany where Mrs. several days at Daytona Beach'I Officers were elected for the I Lake
;.: In her letter Mrs Hambrick. i j them. Friday in the parsonage of Trini- retiring president, who in turn Hayes was employed, flew to the with her sister. Miss Selma Levy'.coming year as follows: Mrs. J. B.
3 who is ty-on-the-Hill Methodist Churchin U. S. Wednesday, met her when Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newman
cnppled by two fractured received past president's j Mrs K. G.I .
: president
"Therefore I feel havesuch I Haughton
hips and arthritis and has been since we : Augusta the Rev Elezer officiating presented to her by Mrs. Mae she landed, and is accompanyingher are home in Rose Court after]' Mrs. R. C. I Circle Notices*
confined! for some tim, to her : a Police Dept that not only Barnes, also a past president Other home to be guest of her spending the Summer a; New I Wilson vice-president; ,
: room on the second floor of the 1 protects the citizens but renders Mrs. Reynolds is a native of officers installed by Mrs. parents. Mr. and Mrs. W A. Fitts. Smyrna Beach (Boatman, secretary; Mrs. Etta The Woman's Auxiliary of
; Commonwealth Nursing Home courtesies to cripples such as myself Holly Hill and was graduated from Schultz were Mrs. Jane PflugfeL- I David Bach of Flushing. L. I.. Walter Haynes has gone to:Boggart. assistant secretary; Miss I Park Lake Presbyterian e*
CIO S Ridgewood explained that I they are entitled to a courtesy Mainland High School in 1941. oer.. ice-president, and Mrs. Man returned yesterday after visiting Cambridge. Mass. to enter liar-,Hazel Agler treasurer: Mrs Burta I Rig )bole
: recently she had an opportunity togo : award this week" The bridegroom was born in garet Irvine secretary-treasurer. here as guest of Kay Shoemaker rant Medical School. I'I[, Wells, assistant treasurer; Miss I its circle meetings tomorrow.II
for an auto ride with her Augusta and came to Daytona on Mellonville Ave He also visited Joe McCaslin is in Atlanta at :Sadie Hoose, chairman of membership ;follows:
grandniece but that it was neres- Beach as a child. He was gradu- Refreshments Increded a three- his grandmother. Mrs. J. W. Mero Emory University Hospital wherehe Mrs. E. H I Circle No.1. Mrs.
; committee; Esther
airy for her to be earned downitalrs -:Gays EntertainAt ated from Mainland in 1940. He tiered birthday cake in purple and at Lake Onora, and his uncle and will receive treatment. !'I. devotional committee
Curtis '
received his discharge from the white Elks colors and ice cream. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip BacV Mrs William Norman is guest of chairman Mrs. Lena Hall Butler, !!dock chairman with Mrs w. &
She telephoned the Police Army with rank of technician 5th after which: cards were played of Jewett Lane. her! parents Mr. and Mrs. A. K. welfare chairman: ; Mrs. Virginia :Mackintosh 124 E. Marks St,']
Station where Desk Sgt. Vinir! ; Barbecue grade in January 1946 after 40 with prizes for pinochle going to Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Cooper returned Rossiter. .s i O'Neal, social and entertainment ''pm.; No.2, Mrs R. L, Effiioc,
immediately sent Officers Onffis months with the 41st Division Mrs. Jane Pflugfelder Mrs. Ber- Friday from Norm Carolina -: Mr and Mrs. George D. Bishop! ,:chairman. !chairman with Mrs Oliver P31ft
and Engineer Corps 32 months' serv- tha Hart well. Mrs. F J. Trainor t
and Allen to her aid MM Ham- Murrav ; and Mr and Mrs. Geors: :>.' The following members were
Gay of Merritt Island entertained ice in the South Pacific. Mrs. C. Calcott Miss William E. Princeton 3 p.m.; No.1,
brick wrote "Upon my return Mr and Mrs. L. P. Sheppard Bishop Jr., are expected to return present: the Mmes. Nina Slaughter -
friends at a lawn barbecue After a short visit here with Pflugfelder. MiSs'JameseUa Haw. I !Mrs. C. H. Parsons chairsao
after a very nice ride and seeing supper spent Friday night at Titusvule from Daytona Beach Monday.I Elva Rouse. Virginia O'Neal.
I all cf the new buildings in Day honoring; their seven out-of-town the bride's parents the couple will Mrs\ Katherine Percy Mr. and where they attended the chapter Mr. and Mrs. Volie Williams and Etta Bogart. Lena Hammond.(|'with Mr*. J. ).I. Gelas 1855 )V
tona Beach-which amaz-* me guests over Labor Day weekend. be at home in Augusta where he Mrs. R. B. Guthrie. Mrs. M. Ludwig meeting and banquet of the Titus- Mrs J W Newell are in Oklahoma: 'Edna Brewer, W. N. Blackwood. j 40th SU 3 p.m.: No. 4, Mrs L C.
as I came here in 1904 to l.n and Honor guests were Mr and Mrs. is Railroad employed with the Georgia and Mrs. Irvine. vine Order of Eastern Sta.Ewing :-.. ( City. Okla. attending the wedding Estrella Coe Robert Dippy. C. Nicholson chairman with Itt
have seen the town now from a D P. Durrance and son Gay of i Bridge prize winners were Mrs. I'I' Dean of Atlanta arrived of their son Ens. Miller Williams.1 i ito Connell C. B. Burckhalter Ber- ;W. J Richards 545 Delaney SL
snail village to the City it is now, West Palm Beach; Mr. and Mrs. In the human J, B. Trudo Mrs D. Bowles, Mrs Saturday to be guest of Albert Miss Geraldine Marshall. !tha Kirst, Lena Hall Butler Martha 13 pjn.: No. 5. Mrs. O O OsbwT:
E. Charles Graham of West Palm breathing raceabsorbs Jane Allen Mrs Louis Ossinsky Fitts. Another I :t I chairman at her
-my grandniece called Sgt. minx and three million guest on Thursday -; I Curtis L. C. Vining. S. C. home 2'05 1I -
again who sent Officer Griftia to Beach: and Mr. and Mrs. J. E.:. tons of uses some : Mrs A. Chamberlain. Mrs. Bond, was Joe Cushman of Kis-; Napoleon gave Josephine a''Shorett. K. O. Wilson Nora Tyler. Washington St., 3 p.m. '
assist m> out of the car Lindberg and daughter Farol of oxigen per day. Mrs Shirley Trager and Mrs. Mildred simmee. : watch with 1,741 pearls and 158 J. C. Lewis, Pearl Bailey Carl I I
"He was moot courteous and Jacksonville. Ruland. Consolation prizes Miss Sophia McDougal will >*u'e: turquoises on the case Every Wright Ethel Byrd and J. B. In the five years after gold
when I thanked him he said iteras Local guests were Mr. and Mrs.C. Pipg of Rockledpe' ; and Mrs. Edith 1 went to Mrs. B. H. Koons. Mrs.A. Wednesday for St. Vincents Hcs-'' quarter hour a musical attachment Haughton. Also the Misses Ger- discovered in California in IMl I
one of the pleasures of the E. Lucas aid Miss Lucy Lucasof Voss and sons Gregory and Rodney Ebbett Mrs. Pearl E. Walker pital in Jacksonville to begin played to the accompaniment of I.trude Matchett Mildred Camburn I! the State produced $258 miJa!
Police Drpt. to assist people like Mernttt: );:r. and Mrs. R W of Cocoa. and Mrs. E. Glunz training as a nurse. three moving figures. Agler and Rita Haughton. I worth of gold.HnMAu ,


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l1issVildcr rw x'y y 'fW COTY COMES TO DICKSON & I-VES! .

Wed SaturdayIn s- ;: ":';-1
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-. ?::.' ". 7 of Central Florida the complete perfume
of her father wore a white satin "'

gown fashioned with basque waist r { 1 .,.f -\-t. and.beauty treatment line of COTY Cosmstics.

accentuated with narrow waistbands Y4n9
of corded satin. The Venetian -

lace yoke was deep, formingthe I
upper part of the sleeves as \'. .....:
well as the yoke. Small satin- .
covered buttons were down the
back and down the close-fitting
pointed sleeves. Her double veil
of illusion was held in place bya
lace Madonna cap. and cov- t
ered the long satin train of the r
dress. A single strand of pearlswas
her only ornament. She carried 'j'h \
f a bouquet of white orchids. ; t
gardenias and stephanotis arranged -
in a cascade effect with t: !
white satin ribbons and bows. \ I
The ceremony was performed by a .
the Rev. Thomas Glenn Mitchell 4. \..

,of Inverness assisted by Dr. Wal-
ter B. Feagins. minister of the \y

Calvary Baptist Church. Clearwater d 'I f 5,

; Miss. Martha Metcalf of Dunel- t\.
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Ion and Mrs. Russell Thacker. of '. y. ': --.j":
Kissimmee entered the church '
first bridesmaids. They were ; r
,identically dressed in yellow or- ..fln
paniza gowns fa.shionedith full ". ."J SO
skirts and deeply shirred waists.
The sleeves were short and they

wore long white' gloves. Their
-hats were of matching fabric and 4t
net, and they carried bouquets of .7ltat, 5.
bronze chrysanthemums. Y.
Mrs. A.V.. Graessle Jr., of xr .
Jacksonville sister of the bridegroom -
was matron of honor and i SWNED
wore maize colored organza with PERFUME RE"O \\}
shirred waist square neckline and
short puff sleeves. The tiny waist- .
line was accentuated by a wide .
satin sash which formed a large .I'
trailing bow in the back. She SACHET 1.75 TALCUM 1.25 '.
wore a lilac hat made as those of I x6s
the bridesmaids and carried a B TH S".LTS 2.00
bouquet of lilac chrysanthemums.Miss .
0 36-00 18.00 9.5a WATER
Ann Luane. of Richmond
Va. maid of honor wore a dress LT5TOILE. 2.50 t J ,qd; ,; 1141 I lilt

matching that of the matron of : AIR SPUN" POWDER
honor except but in nile green I DUSTlN& PO W DER 2.53 ; } f A i .r .Iql, p { I Ir'
with matching hat. She carried a a 1 1INi,
mixed bouquet of bronze and lilac l ALSO
chrysanthemums.Lois MRS. JAMES l. LUNSFORD SOAP BRIIUANTINE s 'q,4

Ellen Graessle. Jacksonville wed Saturday night. fr'ALL
and Barbara Ann Thacker. (
Kissimmee young neices of the j i PRICES PLUS TAX t !
bridegroom, wore identical dresses j i i I cake and a series of small white [ Miss McClure
of pink and blue organdy i vases filled with gardenias formeda
designed with full, ruffled skirts : I
heart on the white imported cut- ,
and ruffled necklines. They wore -
matching net head and wristbands I work banquet cloth. The mirror i Wed Here

which were decorated with I over the buffet reflected a crystal .

pink and blue imitation rosebuds. <1 i three-branch candelabra with a Last Night

roses.They carried nosegays of pink !,, cornucopia of roses on either side; ; Cosmetic Bar A Street Fleer i

Master John H. O'Neal Jr. I I Mrs. John H. ONeal sister ofthe :' The First Methodist Church was

nephew of the bride served as : bride. kept the brides book I the scene of the wedding last night
ring; bearer i and Mrs. John T. Good;ame Bir- ,! when Miss Janet Ellen McClure I
mingham, Ala., sister of the bride,
Omer S. Thacker, father of the i of Mrs.
of this city, daughter
the punch bowl assisted -
bridegroom served as best man. I presided at
The groomsmen were A. W. Graes I by Mrs. John Whitehurst. ',I Audrey K. McClure of this city
file Jr., Jacksonville brotherinlaw Brooksville Mrs Jo Wells La Voie, and O. R. McClure of Los Angeles
of the bridegroom: Russell Miss Sarah Bje/s Mrs. Edward Cal., became"the bride of T-Sgt.
Sargent, Miss Tilhe Trott, Mrs. I
Thacker. Kissimmee. brother of ,
Lenew Lunsford. U. S.
i John Livingston: Mrs Harold B. A'I)
the bridegroom; Harold B. Cros- ,
of Mrs. Dora .
of Meigs son ,
: Crosby, Kissimmee, Mrs. C. B. My-
by and Benjamin Curry. Kissim-
C. Lunsford and the late :Mr. William I ;
mee; Guss Wilder Jr., Leesburg. ers Jr. Lakeland. Miss Bettie Robert Lunsford of Meigs, : '
and Midshipman Fred J. Wilder. : Moore, Miss Mary Ann Skinner, I
U. S. Naval Academy. Annapolis, I Dunedin. Miss Lsabel Grubbs, Ga.The
brothers of the bride. cousin of the bride, passed the' Rev. Robert Blackburn. asI :: !
of the church,
Mrs. Wilder, the bride's mother napkins. ociate minister
the double-ring cere- I .
was gowned in a long rose crepe Mr. and Mrs. Thacker are re- performed 0-l!-
with lace insertions in the yoke. recent graduates of the University mony in a setting of arrangementsof
She wore a gray feather hat and of Florida Law School and white chrysanthemums t tI
of palms
gladioli in a
white accessories. Her corsage was after a wedding trip they
of hite roses. make their home; in Kissimmee, ald greenery. Tapers in branched
Mrs. Thacker mother of the where they will be associated with candelabra lighted the scene.A .
nuptial music \\'aspresenll'd
bridegroom wore an afternoon Mr. Thacker's father in the prac- program'of / MILLER.
Robert G. Tharp,
gown of ashes of roses with three- tice of law. by
organist and Walter Menjres, so !
quarter length sleeves, trimmed For her going-away outfit the
with rose lace. Her hat was of bride chose an ocean blue gabardine loist. 1 r'O \ ?
matching fabric and net. Her suit with navy blue accesso- Given in marriage by Dr. Robert q/j LI
corsage was of deep pink roses.A ries. She wore a white orchid A. Wise a friend of the family ,
reception was held at the corsage. the bride wore a gown of tradi- --"
home of the bride's parents immediatelY tional white bridal satin featur-
following the Miss Daisy Green has ing a sweetheart neckline outlined
ceremony. returned -
Brings two of most
Pink roses and pink gladioli were to her home on Robinson with seed pearls, bugle beads and you once again your I /

used with ferns throughout the Ave., following a visit with friends i embroidery. The long sleeves f I
house. The bridal table was cen- and relatives in North and South j I came to a point over each wrist .
favorite models in high fashion .
tered with a three-tiered wedding Carolina. and the barque waist was fastened
I down the back with tiny satin but-

I I tons. The full skirt ended in a :, "
long train. Her fingertip veil of : .-..'\.;
bridal illusion fell from a tiara .
Lfrpt1 of bugle beads and seed pearls. .
( I She carried a white prayer book -
with a white orchid, from which Black Suede
fell ribbon streamers.Mrs. _

: W. H. Strickland, the ,. '"
'i- bridegroom's sister was matronof : (} .
honor. She wore a gown of : ; : -;
, aqua taffeta fashioned as the
bride's gown, the sweetheart neck- e .
line being outlined with a band of '

self-materia. giving a bertha col- : -
J) ,, lar effect. The basque waist was -, '; ": "f'ot :
Zo tg1Cn fashioned to a full skirt with bustle I ,
of fuchsia flowers in back. She .. : '. 'L '.

; wore long aqua mitts and a headdress I '
i of fuchsia tulle. She carried > '
an arm bouquet of shades of : .e )
asters to match her gown.
Best man for T-Sgt Lunsfordwas e-
I' W. H. Strickland of this city Elostlcized sling. (Q,1,(
and u=hers included M: L. Wilson.
Shadowy black fact : E. J. jane. A. A. Jane and M. L. Glove fitting \1)eS)
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orer a taff H I! The bride's mother. Mrs. Mc- 2O .95 C.C\\\S
i I Clure chose a gown of coral
crepe with aqua taffeta mitts and
) Slip adorned with headdress. Her corsage was an .
I orchid. The bridegroom mother.

a 1 blue> seth, Mrs. Lunsford, wore a grey crepe \\J
gown, with long pink gloves and
j pink headdress, her costume being
.1 ribbon. ", / ; 1 completed by an orchid corsage. \.

Following the ceremony, a re- \0\\
: ception was held at the home of \
H. i, the bride's mother in Holden
; \ a Heights. White gladioli and \v.j
.. ; chrysanthemums with greenery
were used to decorate the home. \\\t:' 17.95e
, The bnde's table was centered \ '
with a three-tiered wedding cake \\
; ot London
j'i' I with silver candelabra bearing "" Bridtjt,

; lighted tapers on each end sur- ."J t\\J Midway heel
f ; rounded by flower arrangements. { -
Assisting Mrs. McClure in serving 4 9
. were Mrs. Chester Kenmson.
the Misses Betty Lunsford. Alma
-1 Ruth Suggs and Rose Adcock. The
.1 I bride's book was kept by Miss '.
Marie Zoellner.
II The couple left on a wedding
trip in the State, the bride travel- '

ing in a suit of poinsettia gabar- j .: --'., '. <
dine, with black accessories. and ';J'

f wearingan orchid corsage. < ,- Ours Alone in Orlando!
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fJ y ; Mrs. Lunsford graduated from '-' f _
I Orlando Senior High School and .

J t i attended Orlando Vocational ". ".. '. //1V1.4 t '
u School. She is now employed by -
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01i Rice Trew and Rice Co. T-Sgt. -*% kh4 .
. Lunsford is presently stationed at > t
-.. 1,' Egun Field.If ... Shoe Salon 'Street. Floor' ; V"'- ($ft-, ) -

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PlansDedication an's Auxiliary: In resesbrane* of I<''Page 20 JThr g-nrtfcan! Srnttarl-fftar! Orlando!::% Florida September 7, 1947 EXPERT
I those of the parish who gave their FAMOUS ,,.W C1i.REPAIRING

., lives in the service of the country I CAIART (Artificial) FlOWBBtn\ :! t: slnh fsa 8 are: .u.er.
curing both World War I ar.d n. :I Miss: \,'alker School OpensWednesday IIest ,iatwel.IETIES-AUO Artificsal iN. VASES.*. lean .Wfttcber. Z :>*;-1 5enic 1
. The reredcs was given by Mr. and: i MA'.Y SoN ExdLiANGCBILT sY ORLANDO JEWELRY :

Of Gifts I Mrs.the George former's Whitmer mother.in memoryof Roberta: i.! Gets Award (Wu FLORAL SSi. Aneeilt SHO'fE.uaaAi Het 255 S. Orange. Comer Jadisqa

I Whitmer. '. _,, __ i _. --= __ 1
ISner" tD Tie > :6j Se-'.e-; !!crlSAXFORD ,- : :: : ;: -::: -: = '
I One side of the wainscoting is .
-On Sunday, Sept. a thanks offering and the other NEW SMYRNA BEACH-A =0- At Osteen
i I 14 the beautiful new altar rere- side in memory of A. H. Lewis year service pm was presented to
doe'ambulatory wainscoting
credence -
i while the credence table was given Miss Lucille Walker at a shrimp ... MaqnavoxRdt
table and communion rail in of Frederick A. Dyson : -:: : :;, Ts! -:=. Se. '-S J )
, memory supper at the Airport Grill this
vai have been completely installed *.
i Jr., by his fa=ily. The communion OSTEEK-School opens Wednesday -
for members of the
a Holy Cross Episcopal Church week given McDermott
Hazel Hand with Robert
rail memorial to :
is a
and the Rt. Rev. John D. Wing. I I Men.ether. ,, local telephone exchange. Presen- z of DeLand as principal and
\: bishop of South Florida, win make t) tation was made by J. P. Berry seventh and eighth grade teacher. '
t the dedication. Suffragan Bishop I district traffic manager from Or- Mrs. Frank Tart fourth fifth and
Henry I. Lout'Jt: will offer the Holly Hill I Sewer I lando. He also presented a five- r'l I j sixth grade teacher and Miss Ann NTTE-EE
:'sermon. Project Supported I year service pin to Miss Frances \ Bouchell of r>Land teacher of the
I The Pcv. Mark T. Carpenter. McGlammery. ; .
', primary grades.Mr
rector announced yesterday that :-= : '- :_-::, s; -_ :' r 1 I Guests at the supper were local j : ,, f and Mrs. W. L. Burgess and
DAYTONA BE.-\CH-At a meet- and out-of-town telephone employees -
the Rev. Martin J. Bram. former
.. children. Billy. Barbara and Car-
ing of the Holly Hill Business j jMen's i and officers and their ". "
rector. will also be present. .,. roil from North Tonawanda. N. Y..
Club Friday. Lotus Ossin- : guestS. who included: .. 1
.The altar is a gift of the Won- c
left Sunday for their home after
sky Holly Hill attorney told the i Frank McCormick. Atlanta j r
group that Holly Hill's proposed traffic eng-:eer Miss Betty Wol- visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. f I f '
W. J. In her honor the
I I$300.000 sewerage disposal project fram. local chief operator. Mr. and p Doyle. r.kl.
entertained :Mr. and Mrs.
to be voted on in a citywideelection ,, Mrs. Leonard Matusick. Isabel and Doyles
Sept. 30. was not a bondissue Ellen Murden, W. G. LaRocca, Mr. Harry Troop and Mrs. Tremperat
and that it would not increase and Mrs. Roy Pennock. Mr. and i a turkey dinner.
!DIAPER SERVICE taxes but that it would be :i Mrs. Johnny Wolf ram. Almond Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt McGeheeof
.. w..an...r ,ern.da4 DS iV 'Yf I a self-liquidating] debt to be paid .. McGlammery Jr., Ellen Brown wiC tpna Montgomery. visited, her
PHONE 2.3351 j I off from revenues derived from i iI il i Mrs. Madelyn Saxon D. J. Melvin < ,- brother and sister-in-law Mr.
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I l users. I 1 : Mr. and Mrs Glyna Weeks. and Mrs. Frank Tart. I
The Rev. Gilman preached at
.,.. . .. ;; Church lr
-- ,.- "'V :' 'it the Methodist Sunday in I
4 > .f. --.J --- _.._ .:::JI the absence of the Rev. CaldwelL
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark Jr., Pi -- z
I ;, f have a new son Alton Roy. .
FIDDLE Sling pcmp ia Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Piety and i
I j : ; : : f Toast colored Cobra Miss Jamie Niblock spent Satur- iI ii i
day at Daytona Beach. Miss :ib- I
? k, I lock :returned: home to Durham.N. I :
t : ) C Tuesday. i
Mrs. Ethel Tart attended a district !
:, teacher's meeting m DeLand
tj.. .>o. <: t Wednesday.Master Glen Morris and sisters
; J : >" t ;'. F !. ; : d Melissa and Patsy of Leesburg arespending

MR. AND MRS. JAMES PATTERSON and their. daughter Pa-! this week with theu-

i! ,r >E tricia. Patterson is the newly! appointed director: ; of the Sheraton Helm.grandparents Mr. and Mrs. John

Plaza and Princess Issena Hotels located in Daytona Beach" ; Mr. and Mrs. R. W. McCullough !
I +ki I rt. He recently came to this city from Washington, where he was accompanied Billie and Dickie I Ii
l head of the Sheraton Hotel. i Schultz to Jacksonville MondaY. i
1 where they left by plane for Chi- I

f ,- 511.95C 10,500 Students Set Plans I cago.Florence daughter of Mr. and !f I.. ... rr Iwo ; ,y
Chapter Mrs. Edgar Sutton. spent last weekin
-- .... : Return to School Sanford hospital.
J __ Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Foster and
/ ,. Meet
j :... I rs-=: :' TS -::, See'.S'=-J JI Monday I I:1 family spent Labor Day at Day- "The Belvedere

r I DELAMD Approximately 10,500 ;; tona Beach.
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; SIZZLE-A beautifully designed Mrs. Lois Farrell. Vivian. and
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\ : public school students will begin j I In gent 1e mahogany:: pr Walnut contains 2 twelve :r.ch
c : pump in smooth red SA.'iYORI&ptember meeting:; Randall Farrell. David, Billy ana
< ; _fte :. the 1947-48 school year next i' speakers. 23 watts undislcrted: output, automatic record
back calfskin. Kenneth Hossack attended
.> nr of St. Monica Chapter of Holy i,I races
and optional.F. M. -
i changing
rer Wednesday at 8:30: a.m.. officialopenng in Sanford Monday.
r Cross Episcopal Church will
; : I be:
!. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. McCuHoogh,
date county school offiI :
j; held with :Mrs. :i iI Doe cf 14 Magnificefit: Magnavox: Models
Irving Feinberg
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rr dais stated yesterday. Anticipated j ;: C. C. Giblin. A. Freeland. .
:! enrollment is expected to be approximately ;I, Monday *t 8 p.m.. with Mrs. Fred i j!I N'agle. Mrs. Dorothy McCullough from 187.00 at
five per cent greater A. Dyson chairman, giving the de-i'!i and daughter. Betty Jo. attended
r b r t. than last year. although it may i! votional. 'j!!. the rodeo at Kissimmee Labor .
run sliehtly!: higher judging by the j I Mrs. Peinberg is spending the Day. Box
The Music
number of inquiries from parents Summer at.the Roy A. Symes Jr.::[ Mr. and Mrs. Manning Todd and
: -, who have recently moved to this home on the Country Club Rd. in i It family returned today from Dogjlas. -
I county officials said. 'I.Locharbor. The St. Monica membership -!' Ga. .
, \ has been much increased i Yn..1. Helm attended a meet- Winter Park
t : r; Our st c',, r.. Seminole/ r and all old members are urged to ,. ing of the lunchroom managers
i it | attend to weicoire new members. aDcLan Wedle5aay.
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: Three bungalows
changed hands in Seminole Coun-
\ '. se/ $13.95 ty this week reverts! totaling $21-:!
i 000 according to revenue stamps. 8' DELUXE
Gordon Kibbee sold for $6,200a GREAT/47SERVEL.
: es ) bungalow in Fern Park to E. i-
Louis Bernhardt and the bunga-
: low known as the Basil Moore t
r ,
.4.J.Jd home in Pinehurst was sold by IMMEDJATEDELIYERY.

i! i e 'j I j Louis sold St. between for of Perides Palatka.8.000 Park a to burralcw M.Harold and D.: Oak Bumgardner ; Weekly Ayes 19th-, L' G It 1)n It E F RIG RAT 0 R ( .

+ / CARASAL-Casual sandals to Edward H. Ste\ :on. __ h _. __ '__' ..
s r C manner skin.black suede or red calf I' -

R'a _- "a4i ybt'rytt dt5 oftG r $9.95 : Open Monday EveningsWASREN'S a .

are a fCtu advance/ Winter Park Phone 68

mada I s frarrr our Fall 'ro lel: laocottL4 1- "BUTANE"

China, Glass, Pottery, Lamps UNDERGROUND
and Giftware ; -
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This is our viewpoint on a fashion season so debatable that even # 4.r y

the men are talking about it! At LOUIS we believe what we have HEATERS

been saying right along is truer than ever:, Sheep are out of = AND

fashion, and the day of fashion herding is done. The new clothesare
so varied, abundant and intriguing that you have the oppor- 1-

tunity of a lifetime to dress to suit your own looks, likes and life. -,r i

Take the much discussed hemline, for instance. We don't,think .

for a second that well-dressed women will be hobbled on the H HEATINGEQUIPMENT

streets of Orlando by suit skirts a mere foot from the ground. : .

Actually the hemline question isn't just one of more inches, at all.

\ Skirt lengths will differ according to the occasion, fabric, silhouette

and-most of all-you. f It's here the famous silent Servel) Gas Refrigerator treats, fruits, end vegetables, plus the basically

with no moving parts in its freezing system! different operating system that more then 2,000-

,r It's all part of a new era in fashion, an emancipation from fashion New and finer for 1947, it brings you every modem QOO happy owners know stays silent, lasts longer.

dictatorship. In a season of such leeway, it's a good idea to choose I refrigeration convenience. 'A big Frozen Food Come see the new Serve Gas Refrigerators ,now on

your clothes at a fashion store of authority and a high standard of I Locker, plus moist cold and dry cold for fresh display. A

taste. We advise you to go your own sweet way when you select

from our collections, which are more than ever dedicated to you, COME IN OR CAll .

the individual. Because at LOUIS ,

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RUSSEL WRIGHT '. ANNOUNCINGWE I Orlando, Florida, September 7, 1947 i CTIir *unkjg!J tntintl-' 'tar' Page 21Winter Bible Class Red Cross Motor

Casual China FIT ALL SHAPE > ::. :<.::... >J. :. "t Corps Plans PicnicThe
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j' Open Stock WATCH CRYSTALS '4 .I : Circle Picnic Held monthly meeting of the
1 HOUR SERVICE Park .1't.: t. Baptist Motor Corps of the Orange Cow

]i ftK&lkmr Rl D LUU flPVQ It O 18 W.JEWELRY Church St. Pilot Club I.. r \h Set AtCocoa ty Chapter of the American Red ;

I i ins !!. Chmiaj Dme I EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING Il N. >. $ f. yw Meetings Cross will be held tomorrow at
ii I { of Mrs. Barbara Mos-
the home
So- The Covenanters Bible Class of
I The Women Missionary
i Gets CharterAn : r.} i i1 : a.9w ciety of the First Baptist Church the First Presbyterian Church en- ley.Park.2080 Fawcett Rd. Winter
Simpson's "Exclusives"' rif ?
tertained yesterday with a
auspicious event took will meet this week as fellows: I' The meeting will be in the formof
I place Friday night in Winter Park My. } Circle No. 1, Mrs. E. L. Newell, at Cocoa Beach, complimenting a' a picnic and swimming party
! when that city's recently organ- /1"'::. leader, will meet with Mrs. F. H. group of college students who are with Mrs. Mosley in charge of
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ized Pilot Club was officially Sawyer 119 Glenwood St. at 2 members of the church. I preparations.The
granted its charter following a The was held at the home Red Cross Station Wagon
Monday No.2 Mrs. Julius picnic
\- p.m. ; will leave the chapter house between -
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banquet at the Winter Park Coun-
I well suited try Club. Newman leader, with Mrs. Fos- j lof Miss Eleanor Compton at Cocoa 5:45 and 6 p.m., and all
ter Adams, 812 N. Mills St., at I Beach. members are invited.
Mrs. Sara Griffin Hughes Gov- 3 p.m. Monday. No 3. Mrs. S. W. Among those attending were
ernor of District 4 of Pilot International Cooskley, leader with Mrs. Cooks- I the Misses Virginia Lee Bennett
I i iI made the presentationto ley, at 212 Anderson St.. at 3 p.m. I Roseanne Gray Nancy Dendy, ABCDIAPER
Miss Eunice Grimes charter w Monday. No 4. Mrs. Walter Mott, 'I Betty Galbraith Marjorie Potter, SERVICE
i member and president of the Win- leader with Mrs. E. H. Hampton, :Mary Alice Cooper Arlene Powers :
j ter Park Pilot Club. 614 W. Winter Park Ave, at 2 I and Marshall C. Dendy Jr, New Accounts and Future
Acting as toastmistress was Mrs. p.m. Monday. Hugh Johnson. Virgil Johnson Jr. Reservations Are Solicited
I v Helen M. Ingram who also gave i I Circle No 5, Mrs. M. C. Weimer, ,Richard Scott Bill Stonebraker, I Telephone %.11.:
the address of welcome. Others i leader. in the Delaney Classroomat Cedric Benz Jr. Eugene Simmonsand I ORLANDO WINTER PARK
taking part on the program were 3 p.m. Monday. No.6, Mrs. J. A. Pittman Jr.
,1I the Rev. Kenneth Rogers Jose- --- ---- --- -------- -
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phine McKeehan Jacqueline Big- Easeliars
gerstaff, Louise E. Murdock and No 7, Mrs. J. P. Gulp leader, with .-. ... "fF
I ] Kenneth Wacker. the latter presi- + wt n Mrs D. K. Middleton at 1024Nottingham -- -
dent of the Winter Park Rotary .r I Dr., at 9:45: a.m '
1: Club. Thursday. No 8, Mrs. R. N. Nipper -
Officers of the new club, serving leader. in the Euzelian Classman .. :! "
I I with Miss Grimes president .. at 10:30: a.m. "Monday No. \ .....
. are Mrs. Louise Pittman, first vice 9, Mrs. W. L. Stimpson leader :1'1"t .... .
1 president; Mrs. Kathleen Gregory h4I in the Alathean Classroom at 3 .
i e.tr second vice president; Miss Har- pm Monday. No. 11, Robert
1+\ It's back to school for Orlandoans and for many of
! ifH riet Baird, recording secretary; ti,Hodges on Holden Are, at 8 pjn. young
Miss Mary 1.. Shiver corresponding I Thursday them that means a new bicycle. We have both Shelby
i secretary Miss Anna C. I I II -
; Houser, treasurer. Members of I ac-
the board of directors include Miss t
Christine Kummer. Mrs. Jessie- Sfayform Shop 1
H Neal Toole, and Miss Flora Webb -r[ :: ; : ';'1 H :.J. ..;m
who were elected for a two-year 514 Metcalf Bldg. Of course, for their leisure hours. we have the very newest
MRS. SARA GRIFFIN HUGHES of the Orlando Pilot Club
term, and Hazel -ANNOUNCES-
Miss Heinmiller. I in toys, games, and model-craft as well as the old
Mrs. Helen Ingram and Miss Net- left, is shown above granting the charter for the Winter Park
tie Belle Smith elected for one- Pilot Club to Miss Eunice Grimes, president of the newly Its ReOpeningBody I i standbys and you will find they cost less at

year term. organized club. Mrs. Hughes made the presentation of the i
Visiting dignitaries attendingthe Boneless
i "Charter Night" ceremonieswere charter as District Governor of District 4 of Pilot International Foundation Balancing Garments'

, Miss Ruby Newhall of before Pilot Club members from Orlando, Winter Park, and .. Refittmgs Adjustments
Gainesville, first vice president of surrounding cities when they assembled Friday evening at the Repairs 214 N. Orange CLOSED
i vt Pilot International; Mrs. Edith Winter Park Country Club for a banquet and the customary .a; F sores Hart Jerome Tel. 6663 WEDNESDAYS
McBride Cameron of Gainesville Mrs R. Van Camp I:
program chairman of Pilot International "charter night" ceremonies. Approximately 80 members at- I j I
tended the affair. + .
; Mrs. Colena D. Wilhoit. '" I
president of the Daytona Beach,,
v club; Mrs. Hazel M Field presi-
dent of the Sanford club Mrs.

ftiI ident Ethel;Erickson Mrs. Dollye DeLand A. Hester club pres-, Or-1 NOW LA FRANCE CONTEST: #2I

lando club president; B. R. Cole-
man, mayor of Winter Park; R. C.
Baker president of the Winter I II .
Park Chamber of Commerce; Wal- I l ,
\ do Plympton. president of Ki- t
This Suit uanis Club of Winter Park; Mar- 1
vin Pittman, Zone Chairman of i
r $55 Lions Club.Members. r
of the new club In
charge of arrangements for the L
i banquet were Mrs. Helen Ingram,
Miss Mary Shiver and Mrs. Kath- S S
From our exciting collection of Foil leen Gregory programs, Mrs. Bee
suits with the NEW LOOK Baggett. Miss Lomie Whitmoreand -
I we selected this smart tailored Mrs. Louise Pittman tables
and flower' decorations: Miss Anna
tweed brown and
Houser and Mrs. Louise Murdock.
Our suits are priced from $49.95 invitations, and Mrs, Jessie Neal-
Toole and Miss Montine Harper
place cards.

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l ii'! 'I Page 22 Irj! !o tm&rg !'*ntU, -&tsr Orlando Florida I September 7, 1947 : YOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER I II

- \ \ I Moose Lodge Fashion Show I House GuestsEntertained HOT FLASHES

k ; To Receive Starts Drive .
\ Charter
For Center At Oviedo atom
i 1Sxiol I to The Sundoy Se"ti,.#T-Stor1 Speck) :! to The Sunday Sentme1!-Srtr rJ .[Specie' to The S-ndcy SenS: J] Here's Good News! r- ,

DELAND With prospective NEW SMYRNA BEACH Achildren's : OVIEDO Mrs. William Henry Are you between the ages of M and rb
membership totaling approximately : 52 and going through that trying
Martin entertained with
center will be built In Saturday '
period peculiar
100. the Loyal Order of Moose functional inWdl -mg
-Iii; charter for a local lodge will be Edgewater In the future and a r a luncheon in honor of her house to women hot Doe flaahM.thia mate feel
;; presented here Oct. 6 at the fashion show in charge of Mrs. 'guests the Misses Anne and Ellen you clammy suffer to'from-'.Irritable.w.a*'
Chamber of Commerce Bldg. during David Thomas at the Hawks Park McKenzie, of Panama City. at the I r Then BO try Lydia E. Plnkhamc A.
a special Installation : Club Thursday night, started the i home of her parents Mr. and 'y,#..I Vegetable Compound It'a famous to relieve for this sucbsymptomat )
it.wa. .announced Ye ervice'l I Mrs. B. F. Wheeler.
The service trill be in financial ball rolling. Mrs. Many WM "middle-age' women kelp nature (you know what vt
Invited were the Mmes George! take Pinkham'i Compound regularly mean'). This great medicine ala
a team from the Orlando Lodge. ;i I Thomas is organizer of the Kid- Morgan George C. Means. H. F, to help build up resistance: ha what Doctors call a atomaclue:
and mill mark the beginning of ''I ettes, a group of young people McGowan Jr., Charles T. Niblack, against this dtstresa.ptnkham tonic effect
the local organization under offi- I j(from fIve to 13, who will use the Ben Jones. C. Roy Clonts Jr.. '.Compound contain no JSOTEt\ Or TOO _..orefv LTNA L
rial affiliation center. k Cplata-DO habit-forming drug It nMLHAM-9! TABLETS nth.o*.4.
with the national i proposed Tommy Moon, and the Misses t
headquarters.The 1.I Fashions for youngsters for the Kathryn Lawton and Barbara Lee + Lydia E. Pinkham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND
prospective: members and Fall were shown Thursday night. Joan Meek. Don Shaffer. Doro-
'i their families will hold a picnic Costumes were furnished by the thy NIblack Wiley Abell Mr. and -Jiw -
this afternoon at Blue Springs, I I.Charm Shoppe of this city. Dur- Mrs Billy Meek and son Billy
where fish and covered dishes will ing intermission. Mrs. Mary Bark- spent Sunday at Daytona Beach.
be served. Another meeting; of ley presented a tableaux and Kitty Gene Gore has returned from
the organization mill be held during and Carol Faye Cory gate piano Daytona where he visited his
the week I selections. .mother Mrs. Alex Leinhart :Mr.
J _
Leinhart and brother. Frankie.Mr. _
and Mrs. Hollis Cox and _
children Bobby and Billy and .. __
Mrs G. M. Arie spent Sunday at __
Daytona Beach : Ljs tL-
Mr. and Mrs. I. O Anderson OFFICI
r visited her parent here. Mr. and _
r Mrs. Jack C. Kasell.
((1 cfeJWt Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wheeler
e have returned to their camp on
CJ 0/ I Lake Harney. WARDS NEW COIL
Having no visiting preacher at
AT DUVAL'S the Baptist Church Sunday. the
congregation attended servicesat
joyed a sermon by their pastor 1 SPRING MATTRESS

SILVER CLUB the Rev. Lionel W Nelson. I The toll, slender figure I II Twins, Mary Ann and Jo Ann Hull model i Bobbie Houpt, formerly:
I Mr. and Mrs. Dewey-Dixon and :
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Clinton i of Carol Coates was jersey dresses with gold railhead trim. The : of Orlando, daughter ., .
$2.OO tilonthly Dramdy of Jacksonville have 1! just right and set off I \ ,-
I black cocktail hour bags also hod a touchof I of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin i
returned after visiting Mrs. E. A. I Ito advantage the black gI
Farnell and granddaughter Elizabeth :sheath dinner dress of gold. Jo's outfit was blue, Mary's pmk. Houpt, with a suit of:

Dodd-Condict. They came wedding.to attend tfce crepe. She won the To the music of I'm In Love With Two the exciting new '

Start coetog gage storing, si ver now! I Mrs. E. A. Farnell and :Miss ; award for the best Sweethearts, they won awards for oest don pink shade.Pho'os Lon-I'
Elizabeth Farnell attended
walk.Lodge .
I I i
Our S'Ker' Oco Pas: bps> the: preaaaports Dodd-Condict wedding In Orlando i modeling figures. -[ by Jimmy Roberts I

orb *i.n rech: of tre most \ / Sunday. I
I 1 Mrs. Jack C. Kasell has returned -
I nest t b-jdjjet You ff'IO'rhase a I from Ocala where she visited I Names Miss WilliamsBecomes I Mrs. Miller
g-p.*<-e pace! setting for any $263 her sister. Mrs. Amos Gerhard:

Dcn-$200 per month. Xr cc :ec- I Mr and Mrs. Leon C. Olliff entertained ;
I t Mr. and Mrs. Basil J. J. ReillyTo Bride EntertainsYounger
tot includes pofemt" to suit every taste )Guynn as dinner guests Monday.
N, mttwst' No carrying: ; The Rev. and Mrs. J. N. Thompson [Spe: a'' 'J> Tao" c: .n--;-i :-.,. -&.S'orl
entertained with a dinner Post DAYTONA BEACH,Miss Jean Set
i charges Yours at Nahono I i
i !
t party Monday. Invited were Mr. Williams daughter of Mr and
"ly cdt rttsd prices'!' and Mrs. J. B. Jones and son [5Je: f'' to The Sunday: Sent -e!-Star] Mrs. T. C. Williams 901 N. Beach :Ptv;;>c: cl to T' S-.r.,'y Sen nel-Stcrl '
if, ." }fJimmle and Prof. and Mrs. J. NEW SMYRNA BEACH-J. J. St., was married to Glenn A. Carmichael COCOA-Eighteen members of
Allen Thompson and son Jim of Reilly. as past exalted ruler of the son of Mr. and Mrs the small fry set were entertainedby
Vero Beach. Elks Lodge, will be the D. of Claussen, I
new Gorce Carmichael
'. I Mr. and Mrs. Ben H. Jones trict deputy grand exalted ruler.dt\- S. C., in a ceremony Wednesdayat birthday Mrs. Bing of Libby Miller on Miller the, first her Mattress$U.9S Value $ I 19.94 $16.95 Coil Spring Value S Zt88
weekend at
spent Daytona
'j He will be installed Into that position the First Baptist Church. with daughter.
tt 1 Beach. at a ceremony at the local the Rev. Lee Nichols officiating. Movies were made of all the
Mrs. James Partin and -
daughter lodge Oct. 17. Past district depu- The bride was given in marriage younger set and their mothers to
I at Marilyn have returned from ties will Wards bring an amazing value in fine
the hospital. participate. by her father. Miss Betty Paschallwas mark the occasion. Out-of-town you a quality
: ; \ Mr. and Mrs. Donald Leinhart Reilly resigned as chaplain of maid of honor and Harry R. guests were Mrs. Neal Waldron. Coil Spring and Mattress. Both are wen built to
I r the local club at its meeting Wed- Couch was best man. while Carl Judy and Tommy Waldron. of
and children Gary and Wynn
I ii I spent Labor Day at Daytona nesday night in view of his new Matthews and Fred Moore actedas Orlando. giveman y years of sleeping comfort.T advantageof

i ; Beach with their parents Mr. and I duties.Walter ushers. this special value. found only at Wards! You
I Mrs. Max Leinhart and sister. I. Grumbacher was Initiated Assisting in serving at the reception -
i Anne. I into the club Wednesday which followed the cere- Garden Club can place your order by stopping in or phoning our
night with W. E. Dayton, W. H. at the bride's home, was
I Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Gary have mony Office. Use Plan.
Catalog Monthly Payment
I \! RMoT T Ro-norrt; Courtship RomantiQUe Chateau returned from Daytona Beach. Logan, W. H. Morgan R. W. Evans Mrs. C. M. Hogan and Mrs. Clyde our
:i ikr Sh $%1.75 $22.63 Cha5e1 Rose Mr. and Mrs. :Boykln Dunaway and Harris Saxon taking part. Williams of Jacksonville. Miss Names Radio
$30.55 $1.75 $22.75I of Dallas. Ga.. are house guests of Dayton and Reilly reported on the Virginia Rich kept the bride's INNERSPRING MATTRESS-210 large Pre
I I Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Estes at Day- institution of the new Elks Clubat book. mier wire coils. New felted cotton upholstery.
i I "tona Beach. Hollywood recently, which they Other out-of-town guests included Chairmen 4 side ,handles. Taped roll edges. Button
STERLING Mrs. H. A. Abell and boys. Lex. attended. There were 194 charter Mr. and Mrs. Beta Cokerof
by ALVlN-by INTERNATIONAL !, Erwin and Wiley have moved members of the lodge they said. Jacksonville Miss Aline Rob- [Special to The Sund:;{ Sen'tnel-StorJ? tufting 8 side ventilators. Blue and Gray
from Mrs.Ed Farnell's to the Gore erts of South Carolina and Miss DAYTONA BEACH-At stripe ticking. 66 GV 6546R Full size, 19.94.
!house. Nina Reynolds of Washington.After ing of the Holly Garden 66 GV 6547R Twin size, 19.84.
Many Lovely Patterns Not Shown .i I I Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Burge have Miss Babbitt'sNllptials a honeymoon in Atlanta yesterday Mrs A. H.
Prices Include Tax I moved Into one of Mrs. Ed Farnell's the newly-weds plan to make their and Mrs. G. E. Lunford meet-I PLATFORM TOP SPRING-90 double-deck

I apartments.Mr and Mrs. .A D. Wall and Told home in Decatur Ga. pointed radio committee Premier wire coifs: Wide steel bands form
family have moved to Cassel- men of the club to be in charge I platform top. Two lever action side stabi-
berry where Mr. Wall has accepted [Spec:i -o The: c fdn: Sert ne!.Star] Absentee BallotingTo of several programs on garden lizers prevent sidesway. Angletop border.
11 a position with the fernery. DAYTONA BEACH-Announce ings. I
15 Aluminum finish. Choice of 54 39
Begin Sept. m.
I Miss Jean Clark of Lakeland I ment of the marriage of Miss It was announced that at the or
has, returned after visiting Miss Nancy Louise; Babbitt to Thomas [ES-ol to The 5 rda, Sen:,ne1'-Star} next meeting of the club to be widths., 66 GV 6366. 12.88.
Elizabeth Farnell: Joseph Florence son of Mr. and DELAND Absentee balloting Sept. 18 at 10 a.m. at the Holly

I Miss Dorothy Niblack is guestof Mrs. Lee Britt 215 Walker St. on the proposed ordinance grant- Hill City Hall Mrs. Raymond Com 'H fhoM, .< Moll (Us Your Order
1 1 1' i Miss LaJune Fates at Daytona Holly Hill has been made by her ing the Florida Power Corp. a 30- Clancy would address the groupon
!Beach. parents Mr. and Mrs. Ross M. year franchise will. begin Sept. 15 flower arrangements.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Cox daughter Babbitt of LaGrange HI. and end at 5 pm.. Sept. 26, Neill
119 S. ORANGE AYEJackMnvtli I. Audrey and son Ronnie have The wedding took place Aug. 23 Jackson city attorney advised
returned from Alabama and Mis- in LaGrange Presbyterian Church yesterday. Freeholders who planto Mrs. Odessa M. MolesBEAUTICIAN
.Dal.....! .Mu a tt.re _r.T.u Out. *.town ace u..to. Invi..... sissippi. They were accompanied with the Rev. T. V. Crosby per- be out of the city on Election
1'a_. W.* Palm _* Manp. If Duval it !I. not cofivam r t t. vmt home by Miss Frances Carraway. forming the double ring ceremony. Day Sept. 30, may obtain ballots
Star mail
a merely
La-...... Oru.d.. St. .rrn *rh of her Miss TELEPHONE 11S 158 go. Orange A?*.
.your ender to the Duval guest cousin Audrey The bride was given in marriageby from the city clerk's office. r I
wren Oe.l. .ai..vill., O.y. store .......t.._ Your order Room 204.206 II
her father. Miss Carol Babbitt -
Mao D Land aN MMtyw..d nil. oo filled er_ tl/. Cox.Henry
Wolcott has been dismissed served as her sister's maidof child. Church & Main Arcade
from the hospital. honor. and Miss Polly Jamiesonwas Mr. Florence was born In Biloxi I
bridesmaid. Miss. and came here with his par- i
Carlton Rich of Holly Hill was ents when he was nine. He attended -
-- ., best man. Ushers were Stanley local schools. During the
Smith Jack Webber. Walter Barney war he served with the Marinesin
and Frank Palmer, all of the South Pacific and since
2 8.16'u.u.1 t LaGrange.The his discharge:; in August 1946. he Going Off to School ?
bride was born in Ithaca has been in the building construc-
N. Y. but has made her home in I tion business with his father In
LaGrange since she was a small Holly Hill.

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ENLARGED FACILITIES WE ARE Orlando, Florida, September 7, 1947 {aftf Smtfog &'rttttttrt-&tar Poge 23 !

T. Sent '1'.. Bcltrr .:Rage Welding Equipment and l
U Alexander Pl e. Acetylene Supplies and Electric Arc Welding Senior HighTraining \1 OlMa C rduldMJH
S Welding Cutting Gases and Carbide C. bay
Research Made in. PolioBy
TEL Plan Widespread frank Card***
nil $" Brookhaven Dr. I'h. 2 !(3S
LcRor HoeostFAIEpILD

Class GrowingThere ALTON L BLAKESLEE cases occurred in an area where I All the evidence' so far amassed.Dr .

c ANNOUNCEMENT NEW YORK IAP1 Medical detectives there was open sewage and some I Weaver and Dr. Van Riper

are 26 students enrolled sent to cities hit by polio children were said to have gone said, indicates that man's gastro-
.J in the< Diversified Co-operative outbreaks are digging for new swimming in water polluted the intestinal tract is the portal of
f Jane Dickson well-known instructor from New Training Dept. of Orlando Senior clues to crack the tight mysteriesof sewage, Dr. Weaver saie;. Samplesof entry and exit for the virus, and
York:. Washington D. C., and Hawaii, anA High School where only eight received infantile paralysis epidemics. this water are being studied. the largest known "reservoir" for

nounces the opening of a mid-town studio of this occupational traininglast They are epidemiologists ex- Samples of suspected water, it. I I
, j ballroom dancing the second week in September year. J A Rolling DCT coordinator perts on epidemic diseases sewage, insects, or food can betaken
I Expert instruction in Fox Trot, Waltz said yesterday. searching in on-the-scene studies But laboratory analysis
Rhumba. Tango and Lindy. Pre-season rates of how to determine if it contains
' Training: offered ni occupa- for evidence polio spreads virus
are now in effect Lesson given "at home" until tions represented in the community and why it suddenly spurts to epidemic is laborious and slow. The portion I why

&_.. 1 studio is available such as auto mechanics, size. possibly containing the invisible ,I -1_

l1 Phone 2-0428 for bakine, radio repair, office work, I This work is part of widespread virus can be separated, and injected i I
AppointmentJANE dental assistant and many oth- research toward the goalsof into the brains of monkeys.

DICKSON STUDIO OF BALLROOM DANCING ers. halting and preventing epidemics The presence of virus is established be Age.
; -Students applying for admissionto and curing: polio. As jet if certain changes occur !
the DCT' department must be in the brain tissue.
none of these is possible. The ___ :
right/ pieces to fit the jigsaw :;. ... --4.4 content
puzzle are hard and slow to find. x---

YOUR MONEY BACK If' I So far this year, in work financed -

by the National Founda- : t
tion for Infantile Paralysis epidemiologists with II

: are studying epidemics : ... m-
BUG m Boise, Idaho; Wilmington ,
Del.; at a camp near Oxford Pa., ool I 'agc-,' .
and in Los Angeles Top-notch I any
COOK'XILL researchers from the Universitiesof Smart Clothes
Pennsylvania Cincinnati f 4

New York went there on invitation piano

{ of those cities. Children

This year they might come up ,4 ,

Isn't The Fastest Easiest Safest And Cleanest with some lucky illuminating discovery 19 W. Washington St.j t

( But much more likely, J. when'
the chances are that their findings -
Bug-Killer You Ever Used!

Handsome styling and exquisite wood grains are ;

AT1ASISUCKIUTh IF STOMACH you but outer signs of quality. Look made for the

HERE, () FLIES Inbuilt quality which makes for rich, rovnd
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GUARANTEED, TO KILL EVERY HOUSEHOLD INSECT) i.A- \ BALKS DUE TO can own tones.. .fcatheriouch control... room filling

l volume. The Lester Betsy Ross Spinet is the result of
-.r I

I GAS AND BLOATHelp years of piano building experience... S9 years of
.- *"" *iW 'Bt ft! ell. B OSr000K-KILL E-wes,OII.x1 ANEANTS
-' your battle against all Insects added to "10 68.- That Is I \ ) I a genuine building finer pianosl' See this magnificent Spinet

Get from rid roaches of all household to spiders pests and why we can make this -nostringrs" Get Food Digested to .you'll not be satisfied with any other.

ants. Imagine having no more guarantee of satlst 1 ) I Relieve Yourself of This

r..ad.! <.s 'a your kitchen imagwiping >y Itself "10 68Is 3 to 10 will be unspectacular but im- Nervous Distress .
,.. out ants This O.NEbu faction or money oack. Even
"' r-killer. COOK-KILL isguaranteed times more powerful than I, portant additions to the growing a
Do you feel all puffed-up and m1se1'ableafter
..*. to kill them all. a POT against roaches and mass of evidence uncovered every meal taste sour, bitter food? lESTE lD-vI
e :.t'k- way.treated It lasts for waterbugs. With Cook's exduROACHES through years of work. If BO here Is how you may get blessed
Three on surfaces slue -EXTANEadded.. "JO 68" I I I Some of the relief In helping your stomach do the
or four treatments in jigsaw pieces un-
an ::
works even faster surer And Job-It should be doing-la the ttlges-
ntire summer keep your covered to date, as described by l C7WJ
"EXTNEitself tlon of Its food.Everytime JOf1tid
>?" "ae free of Insect pests can stop \ ..
t !I Dr. Hart E. Van Ri medical
1 row out all "half-way" in- ants and roaches in their ;jer food enters the stomach
11'. ides you've tried and get traces and shoot down flies In director of the foundation, and vital gastric juice must Bow normally to
.ne bottle of i.i.AVAILABLE mid-air rP i, break-up certain food particles; else the
.. y -- + ___-""' --'--'- I Dr. Harry 11.1.Vea'er, director of food may ferment Sour food, acid Indigestion -
III ': """ =' etiv ;: SILVERFISH \ research, are: and gas frequently cause a morbid -
f" i
rlle2e c For every recognized ease of touchy, fretful, peevish nervous
'j V.Lfj1iJ I tce.ntJPt1 S condition, loss of
: appetite underweight
3 FS5 1 t I' polio during an epidemic, there restless sleep weakness S e. .
iA lr I 4t; : i x > fMOSQUITOES are about 100 persons who have To get real relief you must Increase for only
T Z the polio ,virus in their alimentary the flow of this vital gastric Juice Medi- $

... B- ,Bt! dd / tracts, but who do not haveparal cal authorities, in independent laboratory 6130 balance on
: tests on human stomach, have by
v : >sis or often any symptomsat positive proof shown that SSS Tonic is
all. amazingly effective/In Increasing this
flow when it is too little due
Why they are resistant is unknown or scanty easy termsFLORIDA'S
to a non-organic stomach disturbance.
t and 3CO The virus-a tiny living This is due to the SSS Tonic formula '
PAINT .R SPNT lINDIR STOAT AROUND LIGHT FIXTUMtS PAINT OR SPRAT BASEMENT chemical agent-never has been which contains special and potent activating
DINGDN eu......*. Apply vrnere detected human hands. It is ingreolc-.
BMM-U Butter atnirht. CORNERS where spiders and on
COOK.KILL here.heremorh.w. COOK.KILL remain. aeplrteacond corpnnc breed. COOK-KILL OTHER INSECTS! not known how much virus is Also. ESS Tonic helps build-up non- LARGEST RADIO AND APPLIANCE STORES --- ,
... organic, weak,
vrtorbu COOK watery blood In nutritional
em ram. kilter for hour;residue m death to many kinda of spiders -
kit kill for weeks and scorpion when used as acontact necessary to cause human infec- ant'mlao with a good flow of
spray 'U.---"' tion. There are at least two typesof this gastric digestive Juice,plus rich red-
.u\JFah'V blood you should eat better sleep better
.-...v*' the virus-possibly more.
feel better, work better play better
The virus is found in sewage Avoid punishing yourself with overdoses Boar
.rN' during epidemics. Investigatorshave of soda and other alkallzers to Fr Parldntorel iJeMIA UuSAfO
counteract gas and bloating when what Beta oI S
not been able to show that
you so dearly need Is SSS:: Tonic to help ORtA/00 n61[
;:i' I It flies or other insects pick up the you digest food for body strength and SARASOTA WAAtIs
t virus from sewage and then infect repaIr. Don wait! Join the host of
humans. Blue-bottle and happy people SSS Tonic has helped.
green- Millions of bottles sold. Get a bottle of
1r bottle blowflies can carry the SSS Tonic from your drug store
fTkt virus, but the evidence is againstthe SSS Tonic helps Build Sturdy todar.1 I

: < = common. housefly as a earner -
in epidemics.
The ,virus has been found in

+f 1 1 I the nose and throat of persons
a few days before they came
S .. down with polio. Others who
also had the virus in their

throats never got the disease.In .

i Qp Wilmington this year many I
-- -
ats5so' ----
? 0
'Is in their junior or senior year of r :
4 high school at least 16 years of
dlv'rb el st okS.I0t0
age and have a C average in their
COOKXIUsAp' eetaoe'S t a IJ \P P t tto'c t e academic sUbjects.

P sd mNP Rolfing is also desirous of secur-
oT 0S '
t .e. ing the co-operation of Orlando 5S< >v-'V'>,
p \c y employers for establishing train- tf$ '

ing agencies in which students
can f *vPt
be placed. Any occupation: offering ? Si &'V > *

1,000 hours of possible training GREEN'S fUll

More than a million bottles sold already 6 during one year may be includedin %& &*!&& : -* *- r
the DCT
under this guarantee. and no cis -- -- GAS SERVICE asN'.L'

j. complaints. Used by hospitals, hotels, P1Nt M

dairies, food stores, tourist camps, laundries $1.19 PER QUART I

___" food plants, restaurants-all places $2,95 PER GALLON '
that must be bug-free. And so economical to use SADDLESAt

COOK CHEMICAL COMPANYtittle goes a long ways. 7kF i/
Kansas City. Mo. (CK53)flO zztxeae4 :

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Successor to DDT

rnou.ul'L Brown and White : I

: \\EXTANE-Uew _Quick KillerST. Black and White $6.95 ECONOMY. EFFICIENCY. SAFETY I

Sizes. 4 to 10 AAAA to Cty i

Jeffries Gro. & MkLMu.ra Moray's Market 1 vc
AT THESE STORES ,,'. Drug Star Cotton Drive In a
McGouqh Sundry Star Keystone Court
Fertie. Oral Store Johnnie Liquor '

ORLANDO Ceo. Whitney Gro. & Sta., WINTER GARDEN S ,,:' Green's Fuel Gas Service brings modern comforts, economical services into your home to i

..Hix'V .
White prci.tMN* Apothecary.American. Bids.Alberts HOLOPAW Robertson Walker Gra.'real Gro.. viV \ t. > make it a happier, brighter, healthier center of family life. No matter how small or large your

D. Davis Grocery V j
Pharmacy 232 S. Orange Service Station & Grocery

Albert. Drue Store __ -__ 2201 Edgewater U INTER PARK Cappleman A.S. .Reddick Bros.. Gro.No. 3 \ }- 1rp home may be, there is a Greens Fuel Gas Service to meet your needs. It is easily and quickly
City Drug Star __ _
n us W. Church Maust Gro.

William Shanley's Pharmacy Drug Stars_n.__.__ 40 S2* W.W. Church ChurchEmnch's : Winter Park Pharmacy Davis Ellis Pharmacy Drugs c\W\ (( installed in homes already built and new homes under construction.Our I

_., _. SANFORD \ i
Pharmacy S3 W. Church / \
McClray: Pharmacy __. 12S S. Orange PLYMOUTHPlymouth I
LA Drug Store \
WarareanDrug Store _u 3& S. Orange Reynolds Drug Store Soda ShopBatenun !

c.r..to.BaileyPharmacy. .. She, *..h.__ C2_ J'C.S.Central Court Roumillat Touchton.Drug Anderson Co. New Service Pat. Food Pit StationW. Store h! ,0. home economist, heating engineers and experts in kitchen design are at your service with {1

Ban Juan Pharmacy 2 N. 0...... H. Stewart Station & GroceryW. Come in call-we will with plans. 1
Angcbilt Pharmacy JT N. Orange ORLO VISTA H. Brown out obligation. or gladly help you your

Strouor. ReuN Drug St.... 200 N. Orange Fleming Height Grocery
Avalon Pharmacy __ atY N. Orange ZELLUOODStewart
Smith Pharmacy ___, 701 N. Orange .
Pte.e* Pharmacy list E. Colonial KISSniMEEBroadway Sundry I
Orange Pharmacy 1124 C. Colonial Russ Grocery
Oansby Pharmacy ._ 22* E. South Pharmacy Zellwood SundriesC.
vey Drug Store Us E. ewe Hunt Brother prefer :
OnffM Park Pharmacy Ul *. Parramer Roberson Drug StoN E. McHaffHt G... I
PPre.t. Park Pharmacy.. 222O Edgewater: Jones & Lovelady C...
Sundry store SO4 S. Parramoro EUSTIS
Harden Suodrw* She so N. Parramore !
Orange Soda Sage M7 W. Central Hutchms Drug Store DELANOOrang =-
Buck Soda She* Ml N. Orange Law. Drug Store ::

Crystal Amherot Bridge Grocery Grocery Soda Fountain. 322 HZ to*W.W.W.Colonial Church Church Palm Taylor Pharmacy Recall Belt Pharmacl'EDGEWATER c'd' 5- 5 0 ECONOMICAL HOT ,WATER o CLEAN WINTER HEATING
NAM market __ ala W. Church
R. P. Ooukerley _, 112 W. Church TANGERINEMT. -
Deubertey Bro*. '2$ So. Division 9 MODERN AIR CONDITIONING
-- now 1IGaccentuates f .
Mag ..... ._ 221 .. Parramor* Gn. II I .. "
L.ar.a Deeet. Grocery. ."'d. Townsend Gra Ranue/ DelicatessenFELLSMERE
Chapman Quality Market.231 Kuhl A....
Albert Drug Star Me. 2 Cotlaoe Park MT. DORA
,aee Pharmacy W.*. 2. the

.trou...* Drug aoa store So. .Orange.... 2. :2M B.esem S. Orange Trail Mount Mannum's Dora Drug Pharmacy Store H"f"r7' .Dept. Store : 1 Green's fuel Gas Service Installed Anywhere on a ,
.. '
Strouer* Dra* Sto .. log s. Orange Jackson Gro H. M. CollinsJOBBERS (< it =: I i5But"def".they'reclass r [
Sun's Sundry sar 7o MO. Orang Little Grill Soda Shoo '
Antemg. Pharmacy egos No. Orange CaudM Larteni Service Station p Midway Pharmacy __ Sass .... Orange Ellis Drugs !i
H M Mare. _
W. Church St>
j e Galloway Service StationEd I
Deueerry Bra .
s Divnien Drive In :
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$ Bro -' W Church St. Story Bros.Fither McKesson-Grover-Stewart Drug Co. 24 Hour Service Since 1932
-*- Smoke She* __ 23 S. Orange Hannum Drugs 320 W. Robinson Orlando "j
*"-- Food Step ___ 21OO .. Kuhl Av*. Thomas M. Turner & Son
Bricknjoad SundrM JIll S. Kuhl A.... APOFKADrigoer 311 W. Central Orlando conscious!Moder Age Saddles '
i CabM 221 S, Kuhl Av*. Hughey Sales Co. E'are
D*.inert... *Or.*.._-. South St. and DeLaney '* Station Winter Garden Hwy.McPhail I a "natchfor fit, I
2021 Kuhl OrlandoThomas
Canway Read A..e. ; g
Barr Sarong. *...- _. Conway Raa Harmon's Shell Station Howard Grocery Co.C3 .
Hardee Station
Mats Ore Conway Read W. Amelia Orlando weer and comfort.
Crmeeton Sennce $U..... Conway Road Fern. City SundriesBrown Howard Grocery Co. I flppunncE Co
Grocery and Meat I
TurnerFn Stars _. OrlandoO'Berry o
Conway Rood Alberts Market 130 Reed Alley 1= LtJJ:1-V1WiI
Oeletns **+ Canway RoadMuriaee Hall Co- Ernestine. OrlandoCentral
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C.l. Oa _. Cox Market :
___ Ave GSmoke House Cigar *> Tobacco Co. i
Eo .r._ Grg Groveland Watters Market 630 W. Central. Orland. Orlando Boot Shop i
Tsae? Ore. .
Crovetand Berries Wholesale Grocery Co
h -
Bennett S. Coleman Gre.
Broadstreet Cafe : : Vineland Road
Sundries Ii
Palmer, .Servic Station M.Davis.Gladden Grocery Gro. Whit Grocery Florida Company Food* _Sanford.,_ Sanford FloridaCentral ORLANDO-Phone 4678, 1249 N. Orange SANFORD-Phone, 1252, Fla. ,State Bank BWg.I .

Peter's rvit. 5tati..siro4.' GroceryTrail. Hatter. Gro.Hartiee COOK.KILL i* handled exclusively in thel I 64 N' Orange Ave. II
Sunoco Orange..eeryTail Service Station Central Florida. area by Stetson Fleming i "=
Sonic Station 4. GOr. .. Merchandise Broker : -- :
Driggers e> Sons- -=-= -- I
f .... Blossom Trail Pat Grocery CIO S. Florida Av*, Tampa Fla. i



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. I Unknown Hero | All Purposes OWENS.ILLINOIS.
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; I It I CANADIAN MONOPOLY MAY BE BROKEN BY NEW INDUSTRY I IISouth's To Be Brought 1 i II I! 'FiGlass Serving PLATE Florida GLASS Since, 19M Inc. INSULUX GLASS -I ;..

Newsprint Output To Treble Home in 1949 .,'Ij,,1 75 W Pine St. Tel. 5111 :......... -

#0. -, >_. ATLANTA [APJ Since 1932 busIness pers of a source in part of their on end analyzing pine chips. He WASHINGTON API} America's

f ., ;;t- men and Southern newspaper needs. confirmed his original suspicions, x Unknown Soldier of the Second Fall Term HAPPYLAND STUDIO Tel

.. r;: .", publishers hate turned an invest- "What is more important it and then began a tour of Georgiato World War will be brought home sos NORTH ?? ST COWNl.LTOW' .' 0428Fer
ment of $100,000 in research intoa from overseas near the end of 1949 Opening GrJre and Bnuty-.Tn Or "
lf multi-million dollar industry furnishes a large enough supply ) arouse.interest.In lIultb.
?; presenting a competitive threat to to break the Canadian monop- | the process he interested a to lie m honor in Arlington Na-
f< .4 ; t monopoly. Rey tional Cemetery under present
the Canadian newsprint oly." New York firm with Southern offices -
r. r.XpecU119alaBy i I Already this Southern,newsprint I The Southland Mills mentioned : eight Georgia daily newspapers War Dept. plans.
c 1 InrUnton, he would rest
industry, which produces paper
in the editorial is the only plant ,
several individuals and
Southern with the Unknown Soldier of the
from the prolific pine
in the South now producing news-
/? ? reckons its operations at well over print from Southern pine but a even the State of Georgia which First World "'ar. whose inscription -
the $25 million mark. It is now group of Alabama business men gave him $20,000 for research. reads" that he is known "but I I
1 proceeding to triple its size. and publishers recently formed a The newspapers, the CertainTeedCorp. to God.
Mother's Friend massaging preparation When the expansion program is Maj Gen. Thomas J. Larkin
second to undertake a .
company and the individuals forked
helps bring ese and comfort i completed sometime in 1948. or Southland incidentally Army quartermaster; general said
similar -
to expectant mothers. early 1949 it will give the South operation.. is located at Lufkin over the doctor money around or materials$100,000.to give yesterday that this second symbolof
American men and women who
JlTOTHnVS FRIEND, an rxquUItelrJ The Alabama enterprise was organized I
I P4OfRti After intensive work Dr. Her- lost their identity in the supreme
L prepared emollient. Is useful In aJ .. only recently and plansto
conditions where a bland, mild anodyne / ty finally in November 1933 MICHELLE RANNOU eight sacrifice for the country will represent -
$30 million on a newsprint -
In akin Is spend
ciesired.zaassace On*condition In ca.tge I plant to be located on the believed he had refined his experiments year old French "blue baby"labovel Army Navy Marines Air-
for mar than 70 :rears bar used It isan 1f ts to the point where an force Coast Guard-enlisted man
\t the I site of the wartime Alabama Ord- ] and kiss and officer.
application tar managing body :.t. experimental run was possible.He gets a hug
during pregnancy..It helps keep the nance Works at Childersburg just
km soft and pltable...thus avoiding .. .-" \ a few miles south of Birmingham. obtained use of the Beaver from her father after success- ,I
{ ur.nrr discomfort due to dryness JW"
\ sears Wood Fibre Co. plant in Canada '
and tightness.It refreshes and tones the '''' ''a..a This relatively new industrywas ful operation at Johns Hop-
for the ": I' $ and shipped a load of pine North
kin.An Ideal massage application 'I born on a quail hunt and
lumb,tingling or burning sensations of for conversion into pulp. The ex- kins Hospital, Baltimore. She
the akin..for the tired back muscles reared in a laboratory.
er! c'amr11ke..tna>> in the legs. Quickly periment was a success and on flew from Paris for cure f the For Lifetime Comfort . = "
In 1932 the late Dr. Charles H.
atcoiaed. DeaghtnilAtous toraH1ia i Nov. 20. 1933. Georgia dailies pub- = -
rniued trr users *many I Herty of Savannah, Ga., went bird lished for the first time in historyon rare circulatory disease. '
E-irw. II:'!'tors of bottles sold.Just as:: newsprint supply of some 200- Ga. While I
any drur-ut for Mothers mend-tha hunting near Waj cross. stock made from native pine In All Types of Weather -
000 The significance i- bl
tons annually
skin cnxouient and lubricant Do try it. passing through a pine thicket, r.
of this supply was explainedby Dr Herty casually picked up a
. Mother's Friend the Lufkin Tex. News which pine chip just cut from a sapling
I observed editorially: Idly he sniffed the chip and to YOUR FAVORITE
I 'Two hundred thousand tons of his surprise it did not smell resinous -
paper will only begin to supplythe Thus was born the suspicion
needs of the South: in fact that if pine was not overly resI-
the increased capacity of the nous. or only slightly more so than
Southland Mills will just begin Canadian spruce chief source of I ,. -
to meet the demands of Texas U S. newsprint. a way could be .'.' "
'.M..ee........a..SBBDB.N newspapers alone but a perpetual found to make paper from pine. ;tea (It.S8J "
BIs supply of 200.000 tons an- Shortly after his return to Savannah : -
/.t s I nually assures Southern newspa- Dr Herty occupied hours J-;. = 1i


I Savannah/ Cleans Out I It I ..,. .
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I j his Healing 'One t Armed' Bandits I .t ..,

.. ss SAVANNAH [UP) Police Chief From "Perils of Pauline"Poppa
: Prayer = Rogers informed Mayor Kennedy I ,ftill taRR tt1Axw
yesterday that his edict removing I Don't Preach To Me r 3 FY
aa slot machines from 23 social and I I'eterans' ,
e \ clubs had been carried I I $ Rumble. Rumble. RumbleI .
t :: The practical results of ; out. Kennedy gave the clubs un-

I J .: Christian Science hate impressed r. til noon to stop operating the Wish I Didn't Love You So
"one-armed bandits."
:; : vast numbers of I
I r The Sewing Machine Song
: people, including many r a Southeast U. S. Taxes y. cyxt S
ll. I : natural scientist Hutton 63c Each
; clergy By Betty
451 Per Cent
t: ; : : men, and physicians.The ; Jump Proved +1
ATLANTA [APJ Federal tax i "sectby A iJl.oBlilf "Ils
ChristianSciencetatbook, collections 451 cent
i jumped per in Test"
i seven Southeastern; States between ''

i'I I I 1 I ; SCIENCE with Key to and the HEALTH Scriptures ;; Dept. of 1939 Commerce and 1945.reported the U.yesterday S.- Pre-Eminently I Lawdy What A Gal-Merle Travis ____.........63c ALUMINUM ADJUSTABLE PERMANENTNO

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for Ventilated
i I public the study of the AwningsOF
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j' 'I i Baker Eddy, and other Chris a ORLANDO and longer.
! I : : flan Science literature, without B He has \vell-balanced, stock of genuine
I 'j'I charge, and for the purchase 14 E. Church St. Room 115 If it has served long careful service
i = you Hudson
and he is further
,;_ : cf( these publications. af parts supported
f +! I t'' 1................--..B Phones attention now will help you continue to enjoy by 120 Hudson Distributor Parts Depots
? Orlando 9694-2-8061 the miles and car's value for

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are two reasons why
: your you should see nearby Hudson dealer
:: II 1 1II eo; a your
dealer is know.
: a good man to whether
i i today, you a new car, used car .

t I i I He is an established, independent business *or service on your present car.

II [, School Passes ..1a

fa i.1i f i

i i Effective Sept. 8, 1947
R +

poa'tbtoa' }
;t'i i I I 75 ,/
:, : I E! : Y" A Hudson Dealer '
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j ; I These passes will be good on actual school days be- ii i! to serve you

: I I tween 8:00: AM and 5:00: PM. Passes will only be i whereverYou5o

f 1 I sold to pupils attending Public Schools in Orlando I t
t !
; ; served by Orlando Transit Co. buses. Ii.C Travel cross country or
f' t cruise your own neighbor'
r 1 -. : I IJ
o o hood you're never far from
I School Rates from Other Points '
i !,-t this red,blue and w hue sign
% r which quickly identifies authorized
Oakland $2.00 .
A = Hudson dealer andii'

( Tildenville .$1.75 a 'r5: f service establishments.
I ; Wherever you drive in a :
Garden $1.50
Winter "
Hudson dealer's place of ,

i-:, Ocoee .1.25 ,, businasyougetthefrieadlynd .
.... attention skilled sets
Orlo Vista ..$1.00 ices of one of more than
v .te'
::: Sanlando 1.50 3,000
under the most exacting .

r j: Casselberry ._$1.50 standards in Hudson's 38- .
tl history. 1

: : Longwood ... -_$1.50 year ,i
I Hudson bat one of tie
!_ Altamonte __ $1.25 largest and soundest organ!.

I i\ zatiotu in the industry/ ,
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William Barkley Motors '
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Fairvlew 7' .$1.00 :1

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OlE ESTIMATED un ORIA.'liDOShould Orlando Traffic Violators At Their Best! .: $10.00 Creme Oil Machine Perm. .,...._..._...$6.50

Reg. $12.50 Creme Oil Machineless Perm. _....$7.50

Know About Our I By W. S. [PREACHER] ALLEN : of violations to be seen if you not in violation of traffic regula- "However that's no sign we We SPECIALIZE in Helene Curtis cold waves $10 up
go looking for them as the writer tons numbered 524 won't hate an accident and maybe
Star Staff WrIter] REVLON nail
The Sen polish
[ Sunday :TCI- I II did. Rogers may be a little heppedon some mother's child killed" Rog- ROUX shampoo tint-
: Valet Press Shop I What kind of a driver ire you. On a couple occasions, we cruised the subject of traffic safety, ers said. "We want to take pre-
Mr. and Mrs Orlando? Orlando with Lt Vernon Rog- but that is his job and it is his cautions to avoid any accident of ,_NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARYAll I
l'' Are you careful, cautious, courteous ers, head of the Police Depart- business to promote safety in an that kind.
PRESSING WHILE YOU WAIT with respect for the rights J ment's traffic division, purposelyto unrelenting campaign against "We can't be too careful. People Senior Operators at BOTH locations
I of how careless and reckless drivers.It think sometimes we're too hardon
get a composite picture GUARANTEED ,
of others ALL WORK
them, but when we call some
l'I supposedly sane people drive is his business to encourage
Or do you repeatedly take We the picture-and we got violation to their attention we may Memorial
I 7to7 school got motorists to obey traffic regula- La France Beauty Beauty
chances dash through back alive. The violations, and be saving a life somewhere Is any
tions not take unnecessary SALON
I zones as if every street were a I iStH00l life worth the minute's time you S%LOS:
9 P.M. Saturday i 1 speedway, hog the road, run stop I II tf chances other and dmers"It to .respect the rights might save by disregarding; signals Jefferson 138 :\o.ft Orange Bid:. Vpstairs Ave. Opposite Ull Kuhl Orange AveUpstairs!Memorial Hosp
signs and traffic lights with utter trying to beat some car to a cor- PHONE 824J
the PHONE 2-3013
is what
I surprising -
I disregard for traffic regulationsin ner, passing on the wrong side and,.
driver will do: Rogers said
general speeding through; restricted zones
VALET PRESS SHOP The courtesy and respect for
if -- -
Well. Mr. and Mrs. Orlando. --- .
ethers and good that
known the number manners ex-
the facts were
: I I ZONE fet in :society and when ent!s-
\of people who violate traffic regulations ?
10 W. Washington might ,be the appalling.chances they take f M % H 9lr taining guests forgotten in the when home whel.somebodygets is completely SO THAT 'WE MAY BETTER SERVE YOU

!More surprising is the number behind a steering '
I "The average motorist seems to
-- -
: -I have no respect for the rights of
others. He thinks only of himself _
many of them might be termed and doesn't care whether the other THE ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRYannounces ---
petty, were so numerous we quit Dan ia inconvenienced or pushedff
counting. the road. He likes to drive
jUSTBECtlVED-AT Motorists passed each other at ts he pleases forgetting the other
ASSOCIATED SPECIAL PURCHASE intersections, forgetting that traf- nan has as much right to: be on the opening onSEPT.
fic regulations forbid the passingof :.he road as he has."

KAREN DIAL-0-MATIC KOOKERSQUANTITY intersection.One an auto.within 100 feet of an. tomorrow.With the Rogers opening has attemptedto of school Sihof

i man on E. South St., pull- take every precaution against
ed up to a stop light and madea accidents in school zones. The three additional cash and carry stations for the convenience of our customers and the
left turn while holding: a speed limit in school zones isIs general public. All work left at these stations to be processed will receive our Immediate
LIMITED TO 50 COOKERS THIS STORE small child in his left arm miles per hour. attention.
which prevented any left turn I At all elementary schools thepolice

; I sUnal.Mills SU has four lanes and assigned Department to protect has little an officer tots CARE OF GUS MADDENS REF. SERVICE 908 S. Kuhl Ave.K. .
drive to the right.
signs say j'
against some speeding
I But cars and trucks passed on Then there is the Schoolboy Pa- AND TAILORS 52 W. Central Ave.
in the left lane and passing traffic I trol which helps the little fellows ltle
: was forced far beyond the cen-

j : ter to line the while signal other light at cars Mills pulledup and'cross Flaming the streets.yellow signs hate been AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR SHOP 28 W. Church
painted on the pavement near
Colonial Dr., in the center of the
t>>o-lane drive hogging the road slow school down zones and warning for the motorists youngsters to I The ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRYoffers
n and taking up two spaces when
y 4 W ) there are signs at intersectionsand
only one was needed. crossings warning them to
t- We have sold thousands of these The Granite Blossom Trail was look both ways you the only complete ,one-stop\ service in Central Florida.
Drivers did the
better. same
famous Pressure Cookers for no thing, only more so. '. instruct"We want their to children urge all to parents be care-to Specializing in the following services: :
i $13.75 Now while ,this ship- A taxi pulled up at the Post
ful when street. And
crossing a :
'" :; ment'lasts, we,can make a special one Office space double-parked behind and,making blocking it then we.want to urge parents not LAUNDRY. DYE WORK.( DRY CLEANING! RUG CLEANING, WATER

'Y A' ., reduction of $4.80 on each cook. difficult for anyone to use two to run carelessly through other
,.school zones after they hate put
vacancies ahead. ,
a ere bringing the price to only their own children out.
A woman at South and Rosa-
"The Police Department is
q lind wanted to make a left turn. trying to do all it can to cut FOR QUALITY WORK, GOOD SERVICE, PERFECT PACKAGINGleave
three-quarters -
She pulled over
$ O95 : down the possibility of accidentsin
the left curb for the red I
school zones but the depart-
light. Another woman wanted to ment can't do [it alone. It must your work at these branches or call 2-2431
Each I turn right. She had to wait for
have the co-operation of the
i the signal change and allow the I .
to turn before makinga people. THE ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY
first woman
; (When ths are sold Hwprice There hasn been a child killed
move. in Orlando's school zones that
goes back to $13.73 Trucks double-parked insead of'I MAIN BRANCH]
using designated truck spaces in- Rogers can remember-and he's : I 49 W. CONCORD [ .
been around the department a
the business district. Drivers saidit I
MAIL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY IF RECEIVED WHILE PRESENT STOCK LASTS aaved a few steps In making de I i good_many years.
liveries. For the sam reason several i
the wrong side of the street.
These are just a few viola- \E
e / I ,tions and after looking the situ- Her comes the ROADMASTER I
Gr.afNk ation over one wonders how Or- 18 fit of/lively sire.comfort and fii.finish.Poweredby
lando escaped during the first a 144 h.p Fireball sfr.ght-,ghf, it gives you I
Macla.disee / 1AAVA t.ufBArtD seven months of 1947 with only 1 flashing performance rarely to be found in a car of .. :cam I
642 accidents, three persons kill- such wze, room and superlatively fine ,interior, finish. re?
SARAla1A aYAMI ed and 138 injured.Of r
the total there were 617 resulting -
from violations by drivers A +-
and 306 accidents involved two
vehicles at Intersections. Drivers, :
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No. 2 will take the schools of Orange County out of politics by making the County Superin- at atF < .

tendent an appointive office, the appointment to be made by the Board, elected by the people.No. ..


elected. 3 by will the combine people.the offices of Tax% Assessor and Tax Collector into one official] to be ,F! Rne thing to See to Drive to Own

No. 4 will combine the offices of the Clerks of the Circuit Court, Criminal Court and County

heart is set,well ,on But did you know that under this terior trim, the fittings executed
Court, and the Supervisor of Registration, and place their duties in the hands of the new County Yot."R
really superfine. bonnet is 144 horsepower of with the precision of fine silver?
Clerk to be elected by the people.No. :
smooth Fireball power?,
| You want smartness a truly A fine thing to see, a wonderful

5 will bring order out of chaos in the Court House by providing for an executive or administrative handsome appearance that does Have you sampled how its 4400 thing to drive, the Roadmaster is

head to handle the business of the Board of County Commissioners who will be sub- you proud in any crowd. pounds and 18 feet of bigness indeed a prideful thing to own
We believe that nowherecan
ject to the County Commissioners elected by the people.No. You want ability a car that docs mounted as they are on four find such a perfect balance -
things, and with effortless ease. gentle coil springs level the you
of superfine qualities-style,
6 will permit the Cities of Orange County, if their citizens so desire, to utilize the tax You want size size for interior roads to ballroom smoothness? size, handling.ride and finish.If .

facilities of the County to assess and collect their municipal taxes, through the Tax Officer, to i room and size for steady, level Have you tried its light handling your standards are high, your

be elected by the people. going and serene disregard for the tested its smooth,easy lift under expectations great, come see us

roughness of the road. your treadle foot inspected the now about placing an order-with

You want fine finish truly rich fine rich fabrics, the tasteful in or without a car to trade.

quality in every detail. ONLY BUICK HAS ALL THESE ?: '>: ": r*'t"F'* ,Y"7t"; J:.:"]

0. Andrews, Jr. C. Arthur Yergey Louis GeeslinDr. Against this prescription .$1tR HArt/RES

Clifford McKibbin; Jr. Alexander Akerman, Jr. Duncan T. McEwanW. we Roadmaster ask you to_put match the Buick it if' AIUOIL KNDUS *M BAU roWER

[City Manager. Winter Park Sims [ ] ili" *ACCUR/n CTUNDEIlIOIING HJTCWtlGHT PISTONS r .
J. C. Haley Mrs. Josephine T. Wright you will, against any: 0 SlUNT ZONE BOOr MOUNTINGS f '

Mrs. F. E. Gramm Warren H. EdwardsW. Wayne Montgomery car regardless of price for *tVICOIl SPRINGING *ratAU-FUM STZBL'NG -
all rotind excellence. i
Harold CondictR. WU-UNCm rORQUf.TUBfDMVf "
Mrs. Ruth Smith K. Price
[Former County Commissioner] W. Barnes We don't have to point out .
Mrs. H. G. Walton Rex its smartness -you see that. 7j
George B. Carter Wolking CURUAJTOUND BUMKI5 _
Robert J. Pleus Don Mott TEN SMART MOOOS BOOT ir HSHUTun
[Former McKenney Tax Collector Allen Haley l L A. Grimes, Winter Garden in HCNXr J. MriO.Mutual Network.Manrfor zed Friday,

A. H. Smith, Jr. Miss Lillian NewmanR. Ray Kennedy, Winter Garden

A. T. MacKay D. Robinson Carl Landes I P

William H. Dial Tyn Cobb, Jr. Mrs. Dollye A. Hester PORANGBUICK COMPANYRANGE

Mrs. Louise A. KillenM. H. H.. BelcherC. Tom Pickett a

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d I r PAGE RETAIL ORLANDO.26 SEPTEMBER MERCHANTS FLORIDA- 7. 1947 Banjo j Player Rules I Ghost Island i FlV ,V 4f 4r)? ; Listen You All "

I We invite you to 1 I The island village of Broadwater i i But Sud Bell's reputation isn't
visit our new 1-
long ago was moved-literally I based on his governorship of the:
DISPLAY ROOM floated across the 16 miles of shel- island. As one mainlander put i."Sod's 11o11/oB DIRIIDYJ ewBabies
Slade-Booth Show Case Co. I I miles long and a stone's throw fst
tered bay which separates it from j the durndest banjoplayirg1fool
123 W. Central Phone 2-4271 i across once was home for a tidy t
of 200 Virginia's eastern shore. in Virginia. Sud can male -
community some persons.
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Today the Hog CoastGuard JACKSONVILLE
Some weeks ago Gov. Willian .
Station hugs the southern
I Tuck of Virginia flew over to vist' x .
tip the Machipongo Coast Guard the two Coast Guard installations 90 Mins. $7.15toTAl.LAHASSEE \ Am I Lucky I did sot Itarn the hard

SPRUCE UP YOUR SHABBY Station lies at the northern end j' clamming, but the Governor waited A _' the war gentle that my protection tender, thin of skin I.TCO-BO-nscdi

I and in between live the only two because he wanted to hear hin ROX. to help guard gainst! painful,
i play. After a while Sud turned \pin J Irritating urine prickly heat diaper
civilians on the island-banjo- Q chafes externally caused rash saeSISSER
9ttuxo.7tmze1 a checkered shirt and an oyterman's :- 2 Hours $13.60 p
skin irritations.
I playing Sud Bell leather-faced. ] cap his trousers soakoi
% pQlts real friend Mom medicated
'I Ii g s A rare
I wrinkled ruler of this abandoned with sea water. I] ER l cilken-soft I.YCO-BO-BOZ. powder
r i Atlantic Ocean island and his !' Tuck asked Sud to fly back b I; to GAINESVILLE o. olipg' and she uses it at every change. It
really soothes cools and protects.
Richmond with him and duo
I son Milford.\ appear tlltiu TYC 0 Adheres, too and resists moisture
s I I on a local radio show. ': 51 Mins. $5.60 ml soft a.yard bringing cooling, comfortable proteo
The 66->ear-old "governor" of .
"I went said Sud. "I'd do anything i,j ALL FARES PLUS TAX 0L yelp at Xi
the island isn't braving the wind- I I for Bill Tuck." | g.0-E prltTlaaem' So take a tip from pie and urge your
Sud came back to his island, Passengers Airmail Air ExpressFor e ebpes. Mom to get X.YCO-BO-KOIt Powder
spates from her Drnz-glst to-day, and yon,
Restore original Beauty and took off his shirt and reachedfor : I .p of tigyt gltdles. too. will gurrle three cheers, Mann*
his banjo. The sun shone cf\ All Air Travel Reservations forts do ryes, factored by Tampa Drug Co., Tampa,
with BONDEX tigyt rIa.I .
Stop dampness his leathered face and across tm I
barren strip of land. His gnarled I' etc.
,Gel rid of those ugly water hands plucked the strings. I PHONE 4597 or 4235 f -j.-
e : o -S
,,ttins-bririg new life andcolor % 11 Cc-. "I'm getting kind of tired of it :
xith'Bondcx.the paint I now," he mused. "All my friends j I
that seals up the pores that % have gone."
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let moisture in. 1& easy- oii

({land Bondex is low in cost. fceiKfctConcrtl :' b"

kpluj.I .make about $10O '..Masonry.
5;-one ."lion._hitt' I" Ks pi foundations Dry:' whipped waves the icy cold of
I.Whay4rl Winter and the Summer's searingsun

Get Your BONDEX Color Chart (IO-m..o, ter. because he doesn't know bet-

Sud Bell was born at Wacha-
Burke's Tropical Paint Co. Tbe Shr-rwui-WiUiams Co. preague one of the small neat
638 W Robin:-in Ave. 4:4 N Oiai -e Ave
Robertson Supply Co. Builders Supply and Novelty" Co. towns that dot Virginia's east- s
S3 W, Jackson St Winter Park. Fla. ern shore. Sometimes he has
wandered off but always he
came back lugging his banjo.
i it
I I l'r Despite his claim that "I'm a a

regular guy who doesn't like the
things most men like" Sud's love :
for the islands and the water is

deep, as it is for all men who live ap 4 w .
on the eastern shore. b ryry.
Hog Island and the story of
Are You a Potential or Chronic what happened to it is the storyof
a proud people who lost their
battle with the wind and water.
ALCOIIOLICIf Fifty years ago George Doughty I o y' l
and his wife Annie made their
so. the following are ten good reasons why you should home in the lighthouse which tow- ,.
.rre... for treatment ot the WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL ered above the sandy stretchesof 1-.4
the beach and served as the '
1. It h Mi* only hospital in this state that is devoted exclusively for hub of Broadwater village where
treotmert ef
your cOll.d..io. $
some 40 families lived. In the sf xx
_. Your condition is today regarded as a definite disease that requires midst of the community was a
special skill by those who have majored m the study of the disease. fine huntipg and fishing club

1. The WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL operates with scientific procedure whose members included Pres. j j
maintaining. the diagnostic facilities that are necessary in determin Cleveland.The t
ire your esoct condition.. I 4 \ ti 5't
men fished and tonged St
; 4. It rs a hospital that is a complete departure from any form of oysters. The women cooked and Fr
>1' hazardous: treatment t ?y
during your recovery.
sewed and looked after.the chil-
'. I. You admit yourself Into the WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL to be discharged dren. The general store sold sta-
I' upon your own request at any time. ples, the church was the meetinghouse j

t o I. From the time your case is'accepted until you are. ready to .leave and the school was filled ': d e. } -j "Pnvg
i you hove the constant care at trained nurses. with youngsters. e'y

r 7. Intelligent persons with your condition are seeking hospitalization Then in October 1933 a hur-
rather than embarrass others with their behavior. ricane roared in from the Atlantic
and when it had spent itself. Hog x
.. If
you ar a potential alcoholic I hospitalization as a preventive
measure to ovoid the development of chronic drinking is commendable Island was stripped and its way .
of life was gone. g

!f. To continue drinking will further deprive! you of vital nerve tissue In its wake the storm left twist-
that you cannot afford to sacrifice. ed timber houses torn from foun-
Ii dations, roofs ripped free and
10. Only one week of absence from home and business Is required for
your recovery. blown away. Tides washing across
the sandy strip carried away the
The WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL b your hospital maintained for gardens and uprooted trees that
the treatment of your condition only. Do not .be apprehensiveof ; had stood for generations.In .
coming here, or doubtful of the
possible benefits that this I
hospital can give you. In the majority of instances such con. 1939 only a dozen families
drtmns as yours can be corrected with only' one week of haspitalisatmn. were left on the island and in 1941 h eT
_. Write or phone for information or personal inter. the John Bowens and Mrs. Vettie
w Digest of alcoholic syndrome sent request.
you upon
Admission by appointment. only.lilUIHOCUOSS. Doughty and her family gave up
the losing battle leaving behind
the two Coast Guard stations and
S the wreckage of a village.
r That's where Sud Bell came in.
} [ He took up residence in a two- "
room shack and became undisputed V st '
osns governor of the barren is- f .
land. His ghost kingdom is filled
with wind-warped trees the rub- '>
6280 Central Avenues St. Petersburg' Phone 31.061 ,
ble of stone foundations jagged I r: r 9 Y
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peaks of chimneys half buried in :1 '

the sand and a few forlorn shan- : ,_>'.
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6 Cylinder 8 Cylinder 6 Cylinder 8 Cylinder > .' ;: "" .

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I Business Coupe $1489 $1536 Sedan Coupe $1653 $1701I .

I Sport Coupe $1540 $1587 4.Door Sedan _$1704 $1751i .
I Here you'see our beautiful home and the men of our organization

i i Door Sedan $1555 $1602 Standard whose? guidance, alertness to the new, and,foresight have made >, .y
Station Wagon __$2351 $2398 '
the of FAIRCHILD with the funeral t'
name leading
i Sedan synonymous
f Coupe $1586 $1633 :
De Luxe '
5' afI home in the South.SIMPLICITY .

: j \ 4-Door Sedan $1614 $1661 Station Wagon. --- _.2428 $247 SConvertible

Above "
prices include Federal
; $1913 $1960 State and Local
I" -- Taxes and Freight-ready to drive. License has been and always will be its policy. Yet a FAIRCHILD service :

I De Lure Convertible __'$1955. $2002 Prices Optional:subject Equipment to change and without Accessories notice.extra. costs no more is within the reach of any purse. This despitethe

fact that new and costly equipment has been added such

In these trying days of motor car k as our new 1947 Cadillac Ambulance ... our :new Organ .

shortages it is easy to forget the true Air Conditioning throughout our entire home. .'. a Crematorium
I measure of motor car value. '' .
that is unsurpassed.
I I That's why we are publishing here
the factory-suggested local delivered
price for each Pontiac modeL 1 % i All of this is available along with the SERVICE and UNDERSTANDING '

1 that makes a FAIRCHILD selection for which
F We feel it may benefit the public to be i one
: 1 1 reminded that a fine car- hich.offers likliifii you will always be grateful.

I all you could ask of any car-IS still E. FRANK GARDNER H. RYLAND COX
priced by authorized Pontiac dealers

& at such reasonable figures. Treasurer' Funeral Director

If your decision is to own a Pontiac:, -
s ,-. we ask that you please be patient. .
of p! ; The Pontiac factory is doing all it

.; 1 can,consistent with Pontiac standards '
r 1 to further production. : -

L.r< When your Pontiac is delivered,you'll : HtFairchiidiFUNERAL I .

r' I; \ s be doubly glad for your patience. For '
;ae you'll receive an outstandingly fine "
r-;. I i and beautiful automobile-at a price ., .
[ -f i I I'! which represents sound honest value O,' {f"- .'.>.

F. I {I I St rJ.r./...'pw. s+.'att Pontiac modebat no extra charge include* '* :
( spa, tin.tube anti "heeb bumper sad bumper guards; metal Out to our nulled orden on band yon mayiadihield HOME
I epnaa co-ears; dual' dual cxpcricnci torn delay tn getting a new
he wipers; lamps;.
I I \ \f Qual.carbwetor ear dual aaa on H oil cleaner-; cigar iuatf1: ; ash recwvent Pontiac. Place your order.now to avoid
I I cecytr ** 1 automatic dome light and further delay. In the meantime, let u* keep
.f I 4 j 4 1 t 1 1 UUidc lock OD both front door nodcUV: goer present car operating at top efficiency. ON LAKE I VANHOE ORLANDO FLORIDA :

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'..1 1-I I i > P rogress\ R.. eportt I


:t 1i I i,1! On- Station W1OO.

: (ABC-10,000 Watts-990 On Your Dial)
;( SO MANY OF our friends appear interested in The r ro r aF
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Sentinel-Star's new $250,000 10,000 Watt Radio Station aarY rr

AM and FM, that we think it timely to make another 1

progress report.

The station, originally scheduled to go on the air

on or about the first of September looks, today, some
30 days or more,from completion.

However, we are happy to report remarkable pro
gress on securing construction material during the last

two months. Frankly, both our problem and our pro
gress have amazed us. We began worrying about our

towers, cables and material incident to them shortly
before July 1.

We had received optimistic telephone assurances '

from the several manufacturers that everything was
rocking along in apple-pie order. 11r

But, having been promised a new $150,000 printings

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press last November-promised in writing with all the

whereases-and discovering after sending our repre-
sentatives to the plant that our press had not even been

started, we decided to'send other representatives to the
various radio-equipment contractors.

; We learned, to our disappointment, that our stuff

had not progressed much further than orderwriting.We .

found, too, that some of the plants kept courteous,

polite young men on the telephone to assure customers .
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that their radio equipment was being. given prior con- : I
sideration. GIANT 500 FT. TOWER-First of Its kind installed in Skilled steel-workers of the John f. Beasley Construction Bob Kinsley, Delmar [Radio Nick] Nicholson, StanleyBeck
America and the tallest structure of any kind in the Stateof I Co., of Dallas and Muskogee Okla. have the huge I Walter Speight, Charles Batchelder, Charlie I I
to but
Everybody was polite nobody
very us was Florida, WHOO'S new tower was unloaded last week. tower now half up. Shown in the picture are left to right: Barnes Jess Livingston and Kid Wallace. ''I
i working on our towers, insulators, cables and so on
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i I 3SO somebody else's stuff. Somebody who didn't havean I
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i WE DECIDED to do the utmost. We hired our expediter on the job. "( ; i i!

I selves an expediter, in the person of Mr. Delmar One of the tragic events was the two-weeks( vaca- I
,: [Radio Nick] Nicholson. We have known Mr. Nicholson tion everybody took at a certain plant beginning July :

j I a long time and, while we have not always agreed with 4th. Other headaches and nightmares came from
II his persistency, we admire it. threats of strikes which would prevent the dovetailingof 1

; We also knew that Mr. Nicholson was a sober, reliable one contract into another and prevent the material }

individual whose loyalty as our agent could not flowing continuously for the over-all job. .
r rI WE ARE HAPPY to report that we received I ....

I i ri C'i \ BUT results. While there are some gadgets yet (L" .,. ,
I to arrive, we have the big stuff in hand and specially-
trained erection crews have been on the job now for
I two weeks. These fine fellows worked last Sunday as >>; ""
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well as Labor Day. << f. .
vital of due to : : ;;.,
One of the phases our success was f2' .
f the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad through Mr. John .J"" '

i be questioned. So we gave him carte blanche on expenses Adams, the freight agent and Mr. Ray Paschall, the

; and sent him forth to slay the dragon, Delay. passenger agent. These gentlemen not only saw to it t > _
I Mr. Nicholson, as expediter, spent seven weeks in that we got the box cars when we needed them, but + 4odtL
t time and some $2,000 among contractors and sub- they traced them all the way through Orlando., T ;: a

: contractors and sub-contractors of sub-contractors. He On one occasion, the car carrying our 500-foot tower : _
i may have gained more time than anybody knows. Any- developed a hot box somewhere in North Carolina. In- kF __ ..ra
; way, we are happy to report that all of our towers have stead of endless delay in repairing this car, the tower
I been unloaded and are now being erected on our site was transferred to another car and continued .on its w -
i on the Fairvilla Road, next to the new Pine Hills Golf .e '
t Course the short-cut road to the Florida 'v. : )x- '1 Ay .th.
on [clay ] "" .
t! Sanatorium. _
I Mr. Nicholson spent his two months in various '" .CI,J" ti4 {Qa

in Baltimore Camden l ....... \
plants Philadelphia, Youngs- .. :. L:.. '"
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I Haddenfield N. Y. -- ,,
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There times when he found himself "'-' --- iii. 1_ i
I were crawling -- '-"'- ,, --.i -- iI I
t lout of bed at 4 o'clock in the morning and driving a
j truck from Youngstown 55 miles over to Canton, to journey When it reached Orlando at 7 o'clock in the A GOOD STEADY JOB-Walter Speight; manager of tion's equipment. Bob Kinsley of the John F., Bcatlcy I
Construction Co. is shown in the middle. Far left:
I be there at 7 o'clock in the morning when the gates morning, Yardmaster Fred Whitmore of the ACL spot- Station WHOO congratulates Delmar [Radio Nick] Charles Batchelder, commercial manager of WHOO I
ted it at 8 o'clock and at 8:05: it was being loaded on a II
,i p MAR travs truck. Nicholson for his performance as expediter of the sta- and Stanley Beck, the station's engineer.
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Such are the trials and tribulations in building a
radio station in this unique post-war period when cash for several months yet-according to the speed radio station. A different kind of a station and '

money means nothing to a manufacturer, because it with which we receive our equipment.In one which will please the public. The four tow 'i
understood that has the cash conclusion we wish to thank our many After that
seems to everybody ers are now going up. comes phasingand
friends who continue to show interest in our t;
money. In a way, it is a marvelous age. l; tuning, sometimes a long drawn-out proc
I new station. '
".... "" MEANWHILE, WE ARE still being delayed on our Some 50 or more people, erectors, carpen- ess. .r',

opened to pick up 2200 pounds of steel to be partially . There are strikes in some of ters, engineers, technicians, writers and artistsare From time to time we will issue other pro-

galvanized. He tells many a heart-breaking storyof the plants that will supply this department of our new employed daily to speed our progress and gress reports to keep you informed on what's
seeing other material processed ahead of ours, but station. So, even if we are lucky and get on the air to be able, when the station goes on the air, to going on at WHOO, Central Florida's newest
he can generally match these with other accounts of Oct. 15 or Nov. 1 with our AM [standard station suchas give a good account of WHOO. radio station, which will send the Voice of Central
FM We believe*we are going to have' a great Florida out to half the population of Fter tda.It' .
how he was able to move our stuff over and ahead of WDBO, WORZ AND WLOF] we will not provide
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Stewart Pushes Bid r IFILCIDffiIIIIDJlY: mum IlR.t I\T rm :

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For Grade Revision I Covers Central I Florida Agricultural Interests Like the Morning Dew

f?-e- -''to The Sunday Sent;nel-Star] i

DELANO-Establishment of a new Grade AA for can-. Distribution This Weei/

ned orange juice is sought in a petition addressed to the Beverage Begins

U. S. Department of Agriculture's fruit and vegetable

branch by Tom B. Stewart, local attorney and citrus
grower. I. -- --

Stewart said yesterday he had sent- copies of his petition I Page 28 CHjr &iuiJiag' rnttnrl- 'tnr Orlando, Florida, September 7, 1947
FCC ResearchersReady
beth to S. R. Smith director*

of the fruit and' vegetable branch and maximum ratios of sugar- !I Dairy Calf Project I Ocolan I Joins Program
and to the Florida Citrus ComDlled .
solids to acids. Gothan HeadsCitriculture '
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He proposed limiting the maxi- r
In hi pttttfen. he called on mum ratio in U. S. Grade A to 16 Samples tble; I I OCALA Sponsored by the .J
the U D.\ to Ht up the new to 1 and in U. S. Grade C. 18 to 1, ; {Specoi, to !-Star] I Ocala Junior Chamber of Conti -
trade for "all and altogether from a !1 i'. -
well-matured eliminating
unsweetened MORRISON C. MERIAM GAINESVILLE A dairy calf merce. Donald George MorrUon
mice juk-eV with "both high grades sweetened [The Sunday Sent "l 1 Star Staff Writer] project is one of the most satisfactory -1 t 4-H Club boy is fattening a pure-
i f r-' .. of not less than 11per orange juice that does not naturally -
Distribution of samples of the enterprises the farm boy ]I bred Hereford steer for market,
ceM' and with minimum contain nine or more natural I
a vyj> 1'I
Florida Citrus Commission's new (ISpe 101| to Tie Sunday Sentinel-Star] or girl can undertake accordingto Parnell, I-
ratto ., IM* to arid of 8 5 to fruit sugar-solids. according to Sidney B. assistant -
1 and a maiiMwm ratio of 16 Stewart contended that the citrus beverage base to interested GAINESVILLE-Fred P. Law- c. W. Reaves Agricultural dairy specialist Ex- Marion County Ate it.
with the Florida
to 1. present requirements for GradeI processors will be started this rence of Gotha has been named tension Service.

He also p"'tiii ined the USDA to I A juice discriminate against "all week Dr. L. G. MacDowell of acting citriculturist with the State !I'. "Many 4-H dairy calf projects." Leaf Battled '-J
Fig Spot
eliminate n ,l' .. :-i: and low total high quality oranges" by "ex- Lakeland commission research director Agricultural Extension Service he said 'have resulted in develop-
acid pee:i L, ..'i"n: ; canning j.I eluding 12 solid oranges containing announced yesterday. succeeding E. F. DeBusk who retired ment of an adequate milk supply '!Spe -:'! *o TOAINESVII.LECercospora-. 5 ">"r ::! *' '.-rl
I total of 1.4
grades and to 5;'i o .t'Jte'; minimums a or more leaf :'j
for the farm family. A boy or
"We in June 30.Lawrence's
of anhydrous citric acid. are now engaged pre- i
girl who and raises a calf spot of fig leaves characterized' 5j
I This excludes most effec- owns .
seedling or
samples and will have them appointment
paring :
into a good milk cow learns by by large deed spotS. and fie rust ,
I .- other mid-season oranges on ready for canners, concentrators tive Sept. 1 was announced by and from the countyor characterized by tiny orange ,
orange root trees from this high and others in the Florida indus- : experience
: I : Dir. H. G. Clayton along with the home demonstration agent how brown spots may be controlled -
; grade until late mid-season.Nsome- I try within a day or two, he said. : : : : : .
of three home to care for and manage the animal by spraying the tree with 4-4-50 .
0 appointment new
times into February, although they "We have received several requestsfor ;; t
I qualify as U. S. Permissive Grade samples from operators who ; : ; demonstration agents and an assistant and also derives a great dealof bordeaux or a similar copper-con !
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II i1f: i personal satisfaction in owner- taming, mixture Honda Agricultural
I A in fresh orange grades he said. are interested in manufacturingthe county agent and the ship of the animal. Experiment Station reports.. j-
base on a commercial scale.
We still have a few EX- ; transfer of another assistant r=-- -- -
i Federal Specialist The new base which may pro- ::: r
HAUST FANS that we are i i vide one outlet for increased citrus county agent just approved by the I Iti

selling at cost. Aids Rodent FightS production, was designed for State Board of Control. Ii i
demonstration I
use in preparation of a five- The new home Car scarred, -
w 1 [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star cent, non-carbonated drink with agents recommended by Miss I
Cedar Dry Framinr. GAINESVILLE-V. L. Johnson what Dr. MacDowell describedas Mary E. Keown. State home dem- 1
Sheathing rodent control specialist with the "a distinctive Florida flavor." ontration agent.are Miss Dova Looks like heck
Shingles I BOTTLED SUNSHINE! Partridge hi Leon County Miss ,
Flooring Fish and Wildlife Service U. S. It is a containing equal
I Plywoods Siding Department of the Interior has amounts of syrup concentrated grape- famous Florida fruit LaMittice Pearson in Calhoun and i,

+ Wallboards Finish: been stationed Jn Florida under a fruit and orange juice, with a sampled by R. A. Fender [ ] Miss Jennie Brannen in Osceola.All Wife won't drive
succeed who have
agents re-
also OakFlooring co-operative arrangement.with the
small amount of lime juice, that Commission's Research
See oar' stock. State Agricultural Extension Serv- can be used by bottlers and soda MacDowell signed. I
ice. fountains like any other soft drink commission I That wreckNo
He will be available to assist beat-up
syrup in preparing the final bev-
farm groups with their rodent erage. Fruit Output

dlr.- ,m control problems and will deal Bottled samples of the drink
j especially with rats. were distributed at the commis matter how sweet your motor purrs or how fait

.J The specialist veteran employeof sion's meeting last Wednesday, brakes isn't click chick outside
the Fish and Wildlife Service i take hold if your car a
and its flavor was pronounced excellent Takes DeclineDeciduous
has made a trip over the State by those who tried it. I Lakeland I too. it's in the "old buggy" class. For an expert paint
with L. C. Whitehead district II
At the meeting the commission { job and removal of any dents and bruises It's Sam
agent in predator and rodent
f fI con- authorized Dr. MacDowell to pre- fruit production is
trol. Arrangements for his assign- Jones Paint and
further samples and to Body Shop.
pare release -
estimated at about four cent
a' per J
I ment to Florida were made with the formula to those in the Faces {
less than the record yield of last
I I H. G. Clayton director of the industry who are in a position to J'I year the U. S. Bureau of Agricul-

Extension Service. manufacture the base. tural Economics reported. Be SURE 7/5 The Best-Send It To SAM'S
He was authorized also to con- Spec '-I t Commercial apples are now indicated -
tinue research since developmentof LAKELAND-The at five per cent below last I
I INDUSTRIAL a Florida beverage that can be quarters here year, but slightly above average.. 1
,. sold on a national basis in competition meetings that day of Peaches are still the fourth record
Al rarM .w ka* charge *f oar ENGINEREPAIR with other soft drinks is one eral Marketing crop in succession, slightly above SAM JONES PAINT AND BODY SHOPDial
Pat** D.M"mcM. let him tbowIk of the long-range possibilities under last year and 38 per cent above
y.u PK. TT LAMBERT Lin*. study. The program will average.
l 6628 130 N. Garland [at Jefferson St]
sion's research committee
SERVICE The new base was developed Grapes are a record crop and ,
r-\l\r: IIHLMILS; -It) off list .
during the last three monthsby fer with U. S. Department the pear production is only slightly I
BRUSH CLEANER Se up Factory Trained Mechanics] the commission's research I culture officials on below last year's. Prunes are
Genuine Continent Fart -
BOY LINSEED OIL department in co-operation with standardize the amount of I about a tenth below last year !
and cherries turned out about 20
the University of Florida's Citrus -
3.85 callon
PURE TURPENTINE 1.65 ral. ttmne Experiment Station at Lake fruit and orange juice in per cent below 1946. ; WANDER
Alfred. blends and maintain the Apricots are all harvested and HARDSTEERING
DA aIP.n.0r I ,
current popularity.The turned out a short crop, about 43 1Yoursj
I on the project was done I
by Gordon Beisel. who has been committee: will I per cent less than last year and
: Mediclo* Brick Siding on leave of absence from the Florida the full commission at a I 17 per cent below average. r II
Cabinets Red Bull RM- Oat wa-6r0wOu R. Citrus Canners Cooperativesince meeting at t::0 p.m. MAY SPELLRUIN

JS.SO up $.l!._.5 SquareScreen June 1. and by Omer Mac- Also scheduled for I Concrete Brick or Block /aI ?
IronincBoards Duff of Orlando a member of the to the commission during
I : Door commission's research staff. ernoon is a report from a I
built-in Free for Asthma Foundation to Chimney Top I
Grills $%.%S upi I In a report to the commission.. man committee
SS.M to 115.00 I
R.A.Fender of Maitland.research ChInn. Rollie Tillman Lake 1 ALLARDICE CO., INC.
i During SummerIf chairman said they first prepared I I last June to study the I Masonry Contractors and Builder
a drink that was demonstrated to sion's administrative Est. 1919 TeL 2-1593
officials of the Citrus Canneis Cooperative in an endeavor to improve 'I
yen suffer with attacks ef Asthma and and the Florida Citrus I I ice to the citrus Industry. A car that wiggles wanders or steers
choke and gaso for breath if restful .1.... in The special committee is hard is not
Exchange Tampa July 29. I only dangerous to drive
is difficult .because of the struggle to ,
breathe den t fail to send at once te the "The beverage contained 30 per posed of Latt Maxcy I but also may rob you of thousandsof
s Frontier Asthma Company for a FREE trial I proof, chairman R. A. : tire miles and .
cent natural juice and utilized many gallons of gas.
Maitland and L. S. i SURE
:f l preparation for temporary symptomatic relief equal amounts of grapefruit and I 4
of paroxysms ef Bronchial Asthma No ," he said. Cocoa. We Invite P
orange juices "It was Ton to our BEAK EQCtPPED
matter live whether havefaith TO
where you or you The meeting of the ALIGNMENT SHOP for
in medicine under the send well received. a. inspection.
w. kave a foil rime of any sun
today for this free trial. It will cost you I trol committees the We tan make your wheels ru true t
ROOFING PLASTIC CEMENT.ROOF .othin.. Caution Use only as directed. "Subsequently improvem e n t s ministrative and Shippers { Attend Church again thai ending abusive and .as.*-
i. CO.\TLNGS Address S99A.FRONTIER were made by incorporating a .lIf'r"I I fill tire wear.Great LINEUP
ory Committees will be ,
small amount of lime juice and
10s30 am., when the two TODAY with
ASTHMA CO.. Frontier Bids. by using a superior peel oil mix- I I
Patching: Aluminum will elect chairmen and ; 1 .
ture developed by J. w. Kestersonof
Planter 42 Niagara St. Buffalo N.Y. officers for the 1947-48 Southern Stores BEARFOUNTAIN
the Citrus
Crack Filler I Flood Lights tion. Experiment Sta- !I They may also take AND EVERY

$5.40 that time on a suggestion SUNDAY 692 N. ORANGE PH. 2.1880
rtasttoVood Jut the Uuaelor PAINT IT The improved drink is the one L. Story. Winter Garden i
Patty yo.r yard whose formula will be released of the commission and the I i I
this week. ers committee, for inviting : I i -
By combining try leaders to confer with
Gstag loyv ''1" Cedar grapefruit orange I I
htockMM. and lime juice. Dr. MacDowell on means to prevent i I
? Closet LIQUID PLASTIC PAINTFor said the research department market with early barely I
We hat sought to devise a drink that oranges when the first of !II i I
Aquella Lining Interiors and exteriors a non- would be of primary benefit to crop Is picked. I I III
Aromauc yellowing, fast.drying liquid plastic growers in Florida only State with / I I i PENS'il1I. !!
:syk 24c sq. ft. paint.2 hours Will not to peel a hard or crack.glossy Driesin tile abundant production of the three Revision Test L }j I'I

finish, leaving no brush marks. Not fruits. Between 12,000 and 13. :
affected by ram sun. salt air or "We also tried to originate: a lots for the industry-wide I.
water. new flavor something different endum scheduled by the !:
.. Prepaid to your AM **t\ from"the bottled drinks now on +I I Dept. of Agriculture on ZENITH WEAREVER BALL :!
JUJSKI. quad the market." he added. ments to the Federal i

aaU colors $8.50 Gallon How well they have succeededcan Agreement that would POINTED PENS, No Tax ...____$1.00 ;
N. Grant at Railroad be determined only when it is arate regulation of Indian Iill
Phone 4139 ARMAN CHEMICAL COMPANY tried out on the public, the final fruit Florida shipments will be 1 ZENITH WEAREVER REGULAR W
arbiter in matters growers
of taste but i
114 Nassau Street. N. Y. 7. N. Y.

-- those who have sampled the new PENS, No Tax ..__...... ...... 1.95
drink say Jt Is "zestful and refreshing -


( FT. LAUDERDALE-Because of With Solidium Point and Magnifill ill
greatly Increased citrus plantings II per bu if yon die 9Z
: WHITMAN in Broward County during the I Lo.b. Orlando if we dig.
few I I prices for larger quantities. "d
years and lack of suit-
salt mate 7-8 bu.,necessary per "

JI i \ \\ and the marketing Davie section facilities are,planning growersof POINT, No Tax --m.-___............... 2.00 '

formation of a co-operative mar- W. K. I 'il:! I
keting association to handle next I. WATERMAN 100 YEAR .*r. :'
\ \ \ \ BARNES season's crop according to Coun- 4 S. Orange
ty Agent B. E. Lawton. Orlando, Fla. GUARANTEE _____....._................. 8.75 :,;; ;

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PEN _.._..__..._....................... 8.75 II

R Mole Crickets, NO TAX ...........12.50 "'

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i and GOLD, 2Q% TAX _.._............_15.00 I


r For immediate TAX INCLUDED ..____________..._15.00

r For unsurpassed performance SHEAFFER PRESENTATION SETS
I said longer tool life insist on 4 ,

: getting drills and reamers 1 REGULAR PEN, 1 BALL PEN,

I I r t l'I i mark.bearing the "W&B" trade- ty tNI t Write for our 1 PENCIL ...____._.____.27.00 & up

i I Distributed in Florida by d and other seed

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: WASHINGTON [UP] In the opinion of Agriculture Department d' __ .-- Smaller WinterS Acreage Eyedacreage

officials, marketing has become a major problem : I Cucumber Plantings

l of the farmer today-"if not the major problem." > Beekeeper Ills [ -I I f Ire! Sjnosy Sen',t'e< '! Stcrl] | was tot beeawe of adverse

With his production technology increasing greatly un- f For Fall LaunchedIn GAINESVILLE Florida, along I I weather f.*4Hion*.

der improved equipment!, !insecticides and other means, with Arizona., California.. Louisiana -. In 1947 production of Winter
tfce farm 5 marketing methods"I' Groveland Area Texas and Virginia. I vegetables was appreciably reduced -
not kt i>t pace. Draw ProtestsBeekeepers : by freeze damage. It totaled
Haw far should government go in the 1 r.5'j T ", :C: --, Sc" ""e: S or] has been asked to consider a goal i 1,270-tons. or 11 per cent below
Tbe government under a new I I
: I marketing field / GROVELAND-Fall cucumbersare for a Winter vegetable acreage 3 i production in 1946.
!&w. la prepared to do all it cant William C. Crow. Agriculture v45 have their troublesthe
I t1t cent lower than the 1947 acre- recommended this !
help the farmer catch up in Department official close to the being planted in the Groveland per I Acreage yes-
problem recalled that a hundred I section of Lake County now. I country over. age. R. S. Dennis, acting State with average yields,would result in
the marketing field but officials I years ago the producer dealt I $ When all down Out in Owen. WIS.. which re- I director of the Production and a production 45 per cent higher

tree that one. question eternally directly with the consumer : there will be about plantings"50 acres are in the !cently was sprayed from the air j Marketing Administration. has I than in 1947 and 1C per cent ethan
nfiont t, V will for undesirable Insects
section. They be ready i with DDT to kill -
'Ib&t L : : e pi ubli m of "how supply and.demand condition. ." I |I of Agriculture. last 10 years.
market in November or Decem- the city is engaged in set-
Quality was something that Ittt
Increase fee
1' While the 291,945 acres recommended Acreage
ber. i
I I needed tling a claim from one Fred Mad-
no elaborate definition: for the 17 Winter vege-I were rerommed for Km
MONEY FOR there it was. for both producersand I Trough cucumbers: will be planted sen who lost 27 colonies of bees tables is 3 per c consumers to see. The transportation -i i' in January. It is expected that in the process. age recommended for 1947. it is 5 I lots and redoctteM fr snap
problem for producersof I 150 acres will be plantedthen. Madsen's plight prompted a per cent above the 277,940 acres I beans, carrels, eaIfI.wes', <<-i.I .
YOU most commodities was solved 'I' letter from Louis Rackow president harvested in 1947. try esearefe.. kale, aad green
: .$ $ by ownership of stout wagons and I Alachua Planting Urged -of the Taylor County Beekeepers Some of last ;years planted I peppers.BOILERS.
I strong horses. Crow said. DROP SOMETHING? Machines can go just so far on farms. ''Spe; :'-:! .o Tie S.-da.:; 5ni 'eStcr1GAINESVU.LEAlachua Assn.. who said:. that .
This coupon when presentedto But what of the farmer today Then somebody has to go to work LIVI Briggs found that out County some may think of a beekeeper -

us or any one of our Authorized : problems and the myriad that enter interrelated into his- I with his new potato planter. It cuts two furrows, waters them, farmers are being urged to plant as a man who "sits in the shade \

Dealers ;is worth i marketing crops? and packs the soil. But those who drop the spuds have a blue lupine on their land as soon while his bees collect honey" from
1 the neighbors' don
they have completed their harvest -
Crow summed it up this way: rough ride, as are Boggs, his son Billy, Othel Baynard, and Earl as to USED
j of according
$5.00 Today prices are determinednot "Actually. for every $1 the bee- 7-261 HP-12*-Lb. WP Km aney rirtbo
Sam Banks drives.
McWhorter [above]
by the supply and demand on as County Agent Loonis Blitch. keeper receives the community in 2-100 HP-1OO-Lb. WP Locomotive_ T_
r ra e*
HlOO-L. WP 1'.tz9 *
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en the Lawn Swing below the market but the supply and I which the bees are kept receives 15 1-- 15 HP- IS-Lb. WP FitzeibbOR 1'......
demand in many markets." I to 25 times as much value becauseof 2- 67 HP.-100-Lb. WP Browmll 1'......
7 | And so it has become impera- the polmation of fruit trees 120 HP-1OO-Lb. WP Union Return

r-" itl\e that the Government step in. I squash, cucumber and legume NEW
I I The situation transcends the ingenuity I ," contInued. 14- 10 HU5-LII. WP Titutvilto Scotch..
220 HP-12*-Lb. WP Titusvilto *toU-
of any farmer to solve I Farm Paradise Battles FloodsBy Needed he said. is a selective 8-. 30 HP-12*-Lb. WP Titinvill ieotcfl
alone ScaleS
250 HUS-Llt. W" TrtumltoTituwllo
I i spray unharmful to bees. I W. ScaleS
The last Congress enacted in its 1-100 .
I 4-ISO HP-12-Lb W" T>tu vtltoTitusvill ScekIt
final days the Research and Mar- E. V. W. JONES 500.000-and then came the Summer too. With the balance estab- 2--300 HP-12*-Lb. Will ScotchTituwilta

keting Act of 1946. a bill intendedto WEST PALM BEACH [LAP} I of 1947. lished by nature upset. the soil Highlands Families I ITo 10 4-- 10 60 HP HP--ISO-Lb.ISO-Lb. W.W.. TUu*v.lt. .ScaleS.....
provide for a new scientific Draining the Everglades to unlock : Rain. rain. rain-and the E\.er-I subsided. An engineering- expert 275 HP-150.Lb. W.. Tit\,11e ScaleS
approach to the job of making the its agricultural treasure house glades were flooded again, R. Y. Patterson reportedthe Get Electricity 3-100 HP-150.Lb. W... TltlMVllbJTrtutvilt ScaleS
distribution system match the accomplishments cost something more than $17- as heavily as before the fortunewas average subsidence in the 5 1-300--200 HP-iSO-Lb.HP 150.Lb. W W.. Tittnvtlto* ScaleS ScaleS
of agriculture production i: spent for canals. ditches South Florida- conservancy district SK; <=- -:: 0 T-= */-i:: SE-' ;.S;cr! Sv .
dikes. a broad Government levee in the last 21 years has I SEEKING-Electric power will" Heating Boiler e
Although funds were authorized I I Hearings for that purpose are i: and floodgates and locks to keep been 2 to :&3 feet. be available for many Highlands
slated before the Agriculture Subcommittee \
under the act, the 79th Congress
failed to of the House Appropriations water under control. "The precarious condition of County rural families within the HENRY G. CARTER
appropriate the I
money. Committee. : Since time immemorial the I drainage in the lake area is causedby next 90 days as a result of extension -
I Everglades and water have been the subsidence of the soil." he I of lines by the Glades Electric 5505 Branch Ave. Tampa 4, Fla. Phone S 6587
Further exploration of e the inseparable. Time was when, with I said. "Main channels have lost Co-operative. Inc., accordingto .
SAVE COWS from duties government's toward the obligation farmer should and summer rains, the Southern shore their cross-sectional areas and are County Agent V T. Oxer.

ReguLtr Fi ice _____...... :24.93! : get an airing then as Congressmen C,,( .. tS no longer adequate to carry the "It will mean much to these (
water to the and maintainthe families who have not had electricity
Le:) coupon ___..._.... 5.00 come to the real crux of H pumps for
required freeboard for the lighting. pumping;water
The MASTITIS and restore any piece of legislation: how agricultural use of the land." and many other things that make
$19.95 JEEPS
price you pay much money can we spend for TWO 1946 USED I
MILK PRODUCTJO'ttby : this purpose? In July. Ihe heavens opened and life "more comfortable and .healthy -
Oxer said.Excessive .
: water poured upon the Everglades.
Government's responsibility in
EDWARDS & SON using ; this line and its limits is Higher and higher it rose. Pumps rainfall during the
I hummed day and night throw-ins past few weeks flooded some pas- ': '
Fairbanks Ate. and Apopka Kd.DLALLRS summed up by Crow with the ONE 1940 WILLYS
statement that "the people of this an enormous volume of water into tures in very low sections but pas-
: country are traditionally in favorof 4. I Lake Okeechobee. Emergencydikes tures on high ground have thrived, 1'1:111'
'COrCLIND MARKET private enterprise though were thrown up by draglines. the county agent also reported. 4-DOOR SEDAN
bU N. Mill Complete Supply of they do not object to an occasional Water spilled over the land ': j
\LEKS: oiunr.sJ7U : Ledcrle Foultrv and I helping hand from govern- of Lake Okeechobee disappeared II and flowed across fields toward COWS TESTED all
sad ortB(. isioikom Trail Cattle Remedies mental agencies. | and the Everglades were a con- the lake. Some highways were I ST. AUGUSTINE Two dairy
1; VARIETY MARKET Peace-time marketing serv- tinuous lake over a vast area with closed to traffic.A herds and 20 family milk cows in All A-l Condition ,;1\\;

IMe ft. OrLa.d". W later Park I EMRICH'S PHARMACY ices developed and offered by the.i| only a limestone ridge keeping Mi- hue and cry arose, and a public St. Johns County were tested for
uNIT SHOP 33 W. Church St. Government have had wide pub- I ami. Palm Beach and intervening .1 hearing was held to determinea Bang's disease by Dr. B. W. Bierer. ,
Lrrtkufc, 11*. Orlando. Fla. lic acceptance. Crow pointed out. settlements dry. proper level for Lake Okeecho- Bureau of Animal Industry veterinarian -
He predicted that new services- I But men set about to chance bee and explore the problems of during the past month 0
-- ---- Including research of many kinds I all that and succeeded remarkably new conditions according to County Agent Ross

and experimentation-will "merely -i 1 well. It started back in I It was proposed at the V. Swartsel
help the private system to work 1906. when the State Legislature hearing that the present SUNSHINE MOTORSWILLYS

.I PLYWOOD FIR 8 CEDAR. better." in a placed reclamation the semi-liquid district. area minimum and 17-foot l4-foot.l elevations five miles from the lake 111
The producer needs and level of Lake Okeechobee
1 at 14 feet thus providing free-
In 1-4-5-16-3-8-1-2-5-8 and 3-4" wants. Crow said. market news ,was The formed Everglades dredges Drainage went to Board work duced to a 13-16 foot board above the ground water table DISTRIBUTORS 'il
reports standards grading and Lamar Johnson. for local 'flash
Everglades floods' and for
other governmental S< ROOFINGComplete muckland began to yield fabulous
\ they help him to carryon of the proposal. pointing out that from the lake. But when the run- II
his business more effectively. .crops Winter vegetables-beans* subsidence of soil in the area since t off from watersheds to the north

1 Line oF BARBER GENASCO celery In 1928 cabbage.a hurricane tomatoes blew the I 1915 had reduced the land eleva- and west of the upper Glades area I 842 N. Orange Ave. = Ph. 2-4434 ] \
But Crow pointed out and waters out of Lake Okeechobee tion from an average of 19 feet I I brings water elevations to 18 feet 11\i! ;
this seems to be the answer to above sea level to 14.7 feet today. and above over the land. it is fair-
BRYANT LUMBER CO. the question of how far the government -,shores drowned and 1,500 caused persons$75 along million its I J. E. Beardsley long a student ly obvious that the lake level Closed Saturday Afternoons and Sundays II!:
i; can -go--"except in periods propertydamage.. of Everglades drainage, and other ought to be well below that eleva-
of national emergency public experts concurred. tion in order to provide some .
i 1220 Spur St Ph. 2-1022 opinion will not allow Govern- Army engineers built a great Beardsley pointed out that the i drainage. Thus we have the very -
ment to hamper or replace the Government levee halfway aroundthe area around the lake once had a opposite of the ideal situation" 7 1947
_. lake. encircling its Southern AI Coith Says: Sept. ,
one-crop economy and little attention Beardsley and others believe
shore to of
prevent a repetition
-- was paid to ground water that if the ideal is unattainable
this disaster The Government
i I conditions in Summer the "offseason" then make the most of what shot, rW' Mrs.
!took over control of the lake le\el you Recently a customer said "AI, our new home is "et
for vegetable growing To- have. They know that If nature down Kit end left ot f ..
I I More attractive than ever to and I pictured in our minds. We cut o .rn
day the economy is diversified and does them dirt by providing too
LUMBER the National debt. As result it is sm.., sham
I biKtime" farmers the Everglades year-round. entails tremendous much rainfall and letting the soil to reduce the cost below a
I became a great sugar cane area. investments and must be pro subside she also gives them the a runt. something of on ugly duckkng. But it has to be Home, Sweet

... I Other crops were diversified. tected throughout the year. rich. black dirt from which countless Homer*
Thousands of new acres were "An ideal situation." said trainloads of vegetables, fruit He said, "Dear Wife remembered that Orlando Nunenct has a **>9 *(
BUILDING SUPPLIES Trled-and-Prorm! I:diked and drained. Pumps lift the Beardsley. "would have the lake 1 and sugar will come as problemsare 'It is not a Home Until it is Planted! Then we realized that what,! cbtfccsda '

Relief to Sufferers !water off it into diked drainage areas and district discharge elevation at 18 feet and canal sojved to a person, landscaping! will do to a home. So, AI, do your stuff!" .
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I Oak Flooring Pine Flooring Siding Ceiling Sinus I I canals. The burden of carrying They ere finding joy they never dreamed of. At comparatively; htrlc
:off ever increasing volumes of water COMING EVENTS that ugly duckling" a show place. They are get.
,. .* Fever expense they ore
Sash Doors Mouldings! Sash Cord Hay 18-Florida Association of Soil Conservation District
Weights o grew greater Sept. Supervisors ting so much pleasure that they hove fergottea their worries cad Msteoa1

Sash Locks Builders Hardware Nails Roofing Asthma ''I Today the Everglades farming Ocala of going: to their family physician with "nenrti" their pb.woan is gowg
Chronic Constipation district around Lake Okeechobee Sept. 1826-Sumter County Breeders Show and Rodeo Webster.Oct. by their ksme end getting ideas for hmsef.!
is in fact a treasure house of the
Cabinets. nation's agricultural economy. 22-24-Pat Hog Show and Sale Ocala. Orlando Nurseres planned the planting did the heavy Mittal 1 work:,

And Many More Articles trMiialze4.... !Eick NennilUer Custom Mad Ei I.e IIur vto I with vast plantings of sugar cane Oct. 20-Sale, Florida Guernsey Cattle Club Largo. furnished ond still furaishes plant -oil on cenvenient terms. A. investment

Laboratory. Backed ty [I and other crops which must be Oct. 28-30:>Annual meeting Florida State Horticultural Society.St. has been made in beauty pleasure health, and .. increase in property
V..n of Research. Development, protected through the rainy sea- Petersburg. value.
aid Treatment. Made for
lidlvlduar. Home son as well as in Winter Nov. 20-Annual Florida. Jersey Cattle Club Sale Orlando. eYes
: PHILLIPS INDUSTRIES INC. use. Chances have come about. "It Is Not A Home Until It I Is Planted."
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ELECTRONIC Clt.For This Couplet Ad and NORMALIZERLABORATORY liifonitatioi Mail Today Late Bloom Slows Lake Fruit 651 Phone N. Orange SIT Ave. ,

f'-r:; t-r I *o The SurrhSent' '. t-i-1 recommending ,
ne now young around their groves early this LAWN MOWERS FERTILIZERS INSECTICIDESOBNAMEMAL ;
508 Hild.rtw..t SI.. TAVARES Lake PLANTS
: GROVE OWNERS Jacksonville. Fla. Citrus in nonbearingtrees be fertilized year. This Is a good season for fireguard I
County is somewhat later this I
Phono 5-0672 year this month in preparation for plowing he suggested. I
I than last. because of the late
NAME bloom. Fruit is however I the Winter. .
sizing nicely -
II I MAKE MORE MONEY because of heavy rains. Trees Growers should watch for rust I

,: ADDRESS S _ _ ,' are in excellent condition. mites grasshoppers and pumpkin
I County Agent R. E.: Norris is
bugs and be ready to use control Sales And Service Headquarters
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WITH CITRUS CROPS found.measures immediately if they are I ,

// Pumpkin bugs are most often I -
FROM IRRIGATED GROVES //;/ found in groves where there is FOR CONSTRUCTION AND .

crotalaria and in located
j ( .
: near old watermelon: fields on INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENTBefore

I IRRIGATION yields higher returns because I which unpicked watermelons re-
main. As pumpkin bugs do not
it increases the
j production improves
per acre \ } I migrate until all the food in the '
i the quality of your fruit insures your crops : melon patch is gone or when early
I against dry Weather losses and puts extra oranges are mature. these melon You Buy, Come To ....

money Into your pockets. It pays to irrigate. fields can still be cleaned up.
,4j) If pumpkin bugs are found in See Us Or Write For "INTERNATIONAL INDUSTRIAL POWER"

i I leguminous cover cropsbeforethe
S IRRIGATION assures the continuous development crop Is seeded growers Literature and Prices On CRAWLER TRACTORS

and normal growth of your-trees. should disc on both sides of the

i It helps to produce full bloom at the proper I .trees, leaving the cover: crop in Equipment You Require. INDUSTRIAL WHEEL TRACTORS

,; time and to hold it on the tree. It also helps I the middle. DIESEL ENGINES

to set the fruit and to bring on early maturity Norris is also recommending
and better that growers plow fire guards
fruit sizes.IRRIGATION I



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1 Page 30 [fIr ,.llnl qJ!I Jorntinrl.e-tor Orlando Florida, September 7.1 1947 [, HOLLYWOOD WITH LOUELLA O. PARSONS.

f, yYc Van Prepares Fcr Fatherhood I

/ of r LOUELLA O PARSONS "What are you going to. call the Tfcrrr' KMB a M a.C to* tint
I F ,y .A Ack HOLLYWOOD-Ie interviewed I! baby"' I asked him 1 Ian and :MOM <*.-...' .n.c

a'd "DtWah," he said "if it's a r eye
Van Johnson the bobby-soxers i t.nda
girl That's Eues favorite name. Is a 1,>' of nonsense W*
delight I was the first to talk with I I i And Brooke if it's a boy." I a biff studIo. Tir". have a lot of

him after he almost lost his life '! I sort of sensed he and Evie I people and 1 (:.m t expect to hav

r in an automobile accident. But I hope for a little girl because of ; everything im va\. but r.. content -

l' hadn talked with him since he : the two Wynn boys. I think thrio very well for
3 a "Do you think it will make any me In fact. I'm not mad at anybody .
.F deserted the bachelor ranks and difference:' I asked him. This '" said \ m "l te is pretty

married Evie Wynn, former wife new baby. with your feeling for Bonderf .lc'I., n'>,\ "
s of Keenan Wynn Evie two children" I Let's Tofu'' \\.j i litmus that

The marriage was a mne-da "I'm going to see that it way. If Keenan holds no grudge!

kZ 3 .4 .r. tgF wonder because Van and Keenan doc:.n't. The two boys happen to agaui;: >t Fuc ii'(5 Van 'shy 1 wultf
1 had been publicized as such. close like me a lot now and I want anyone e',r,'1 In" '.i' all \cre<>odfume's
friends And they .--h -' U'tm to keep liking me. You know. \.11 v "n! "n at !length; to

II I are still fnendh I lose kids, and to have one of lilY tell me '.\:1: "' a 1:01)1 i at'.os t be cooK -
14i But I happen to ; oft n is a dream lye had all my ,'''' ( (' ; r
6 knoT much more lIfc! :' _
about this situa- Van went into discussion: about
i .yy tr iron than the r t Romance of Rosy Ridge which he i>entinel= tart

1 principals are lIkes very much. He playa a schoolteacher ;
free to disclose on the Abraham Lincoln
Keenan. himself -
e' gg order.
told me that "1've acted with a tot of girls:' -..
: 1 '" ... i m r.- ...
f he and Erie badp! ,. he said. "but I've never known a
aa < not been happy p >> $. ; nr"< coiner to do as well as Janet "\ : ':,.1..t luiu...nun
r for a long! time( e.." -. :: LeIgh. Isn't she wonderful? I Past b :\lonths--C2,993 I
-- betore they sccaJohn'on! think MGM has a big star"
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rated Thev had talked oT the ,-, ..
;:' ;! ;(: 'ill: '! !! : mj1'il: l11! :' :" :! :,', "
before III'II''I I '
idea of times .
I parting many ," ,,:':"'": ',l'lnfi1'' \; !!!UIfoI1 lltmJ.1II1IIIIIIIIWaIIiII'! !!! !!! ::11:11.: !, ''I. ". '. ',\ _3
they made it final
Both of them tried hard to
make a go of it because of their L Patricia Bryant Speech Studio

two sons At last, they both realized -
A ... < a 3 r itv? there could be no real happiness Opening Sept. 15th Enrollments Now!
'uienWRSI between them.If .
+T'F. the had not parted without Businessdnlt Public Sneaking Classes 'I
bItterness. would Keenan have said Tucsdi> -Thursda* Evenings r1[ weeks 1 .. ... t!
to me. when he heard Van and -- Children 5-Month; (.our.... in Radio Sl It

Erie were married, "I wish them Children b Diction and Drama Course i:3 s a
[sVTtKOX: *-MTrR SI'H 'r from the bottom of
xra happiness my ,
biI heart But this is not a story Private Lessons $2.00 Per Hew

about Keenan It's about Van, the Address 1221' : N. Orange A\e.

.+d married man. : Phone 2-4374 Afternoon or Evenings:
J The bIg. blonde good looking J
hero of the teen-agers is to become =til ll I'l.liCIlliIII. 1: ,'I'I'r,,Il r l NVl! !!Ii 11:,.iJMi;,l,I' IL'I,1"11111i':; ":' ;"ll'flI' !:;I;'i!I i:i','1"':;;'!!p;'Ciy';,!:,I i":,Illillil'l"ll'!, ':'!,!!i! !if!!'"Nl,hiit:!!,1,$!liIHltiiINiin*\:;\\ \\._," "I .., !

1 .act" -k't a father in January. and as \ -- -

we sat and talked. I felt that his

responsibilities: vastly became him.
e He has: matured and settled in his fLAMINGO CLUB

e 111 g.y uew point.
"I"ve never been as happy in my
life as I am now:' he said. "All "famous for fine food for 20 Years"

m> life I have lived in hotels and
k t 5i ii R 0,. gA Sewing
xtl restaurants. Now Evie is making \ Ft"I.L ('01'R'F:
y a wonderful home for me-fofus.

I should saI have a place to CHICKEN DINNER FOR _ .$2.06

y brine my friends Every Sunday Dinner from 6 till (losinc! :
a +w. ,a w I we have tennis matches hot dogs. Catering: to Special Parties. Bmqu"t> and Weddings
barbecues and all the trimmings. So Corer No :Minimum
I rrr--entin.: Nightly:;
L don't :
I some people
-- m sorry
i I approve of my marriage, but there I II JAY MILLER and His Orchestra
Jackie have been here from Au- others who did. For example. I For Reservations Phone 5910 Closed Sundays
Dance to the brand new music of -I
Winter Park NewsBy I
-usta for a week as guests of Mrs.E. I have a wonderful friend named
SAMMY GOBLE & his orchestra M Clark. I j Mom McCann who lives in San

TOMTE 8.30-12 P. M. Prof. Willard Wattles and son, 'I I Diego to be exact Coronado
By MARGARET GREENE I II Beach. She wrote me such a beau-
LAKESIDE PARK : W nter P;::-k :2! ...H c r I 11 I 12 end 4 5. Monjcy Tinrc gh Friday Austin, plan to leave Wednesdayfor tiful letter when I got married I II >,,, A nr j'Ip'i11i1P1 1 1diNblVilhnk

\ I Westown. Pa. where the latter -i that I telephoned her. j jI | j'I' E3t S

2V4 Miles South of Orlando on Old Dixie Highway I Permit I will enter prep school in the Since then she has knitted mea I r ,, '
Building : \Winter/ Park i f rlirlyy/pl'Arl''Y+ 'iii/N l fli1rrtl K.
I Fall term i' sweater and socks and sent us a I ..
1 home-made pie. She's the mother i r ''Vi
1I Mr and Mrs. David Shoard have i _
; e (
I I Ii of a number of children and she I 'riluAlMiif
I Brevities returned from Massachusettswhere sent Evie a little jacket and booties, vu t: 1 'r dA'Jdto
i Rules Stressed they spent the Summer. for the bab>"-the first gift she received -
i WINTER PARK-Rotarians, at : Mrs. W. Wolff has returned I Its people like that; that I v ,
from Summerf icld. Fla., where she
their luncheeon tomorrow will I make me happy. I say. God bless r l +Jlrr ? t
I WINTER PARK-With the increase spent a month with her mother. and !
hear Hugo Miller Winter Park I the fans and people like Mom
Mrs Lee M Frances of Buffalo
in building-interest Col. E.I High School athletic coach, tell i I'm only sorry I don know more
has arrived to spend the Winter
Y. Harpole building inspector issues about the football prospects for She is stopping temporarily at I of them:' ?lJlil .: ;1OW

r the following instructions: l Fall.Parents The Camphors.Mr. 1

iCOllORi I "Any construction or alterationto schools are and invited friends to opening of the assembly ., and Mrs. Robert Rag bdale YOUNG TURKEYS W $H irk,, a- l i'It .
and two daughters are :spending
a building on which the cost of and orientation program I "rM' T..t Meat lei E_ Eat"I
two weeks in North Carolina
materials and labor totals $25 or at 8:30 a.m. tomorrow at the Junior Bishop and Mrs. John Wing and I Maitland Turkey Gardens

more requires a building permit. Senior High School. Girl Miss Sally Wing are expected to 3 Miles East of 17.92 at Maitland

This may be obtained at a nominal : Scouts m uniform the various will escort new-and return this week from North Ben- on MaltlandGoldenrod Phone Road hinter I '1 I, GINGER
comers to rooms Visitors Welcome
ington Vt., where they have spent Park-1311 Mr
] fee from the city hall. I representatives of all student organizations -
i the Summer.
"Applications for building pert will speak brief>.
Mr and Mrs Oliver K. Eaton
I mits for all new construction or Lions, at their supper meeting
ASSOCIATED additions to existing buildings i iI will film Men have returned from a twomonthtour I '
Wednesday see a
I of Norway, Sweden and Den- \\liJ t g
1 must be made to the city clerk. Bet Their Laves On It shown by 1 I IBESSER'S er ,
I II mark by plane and fjord-steamers.
of sketches
I Blueprints on Col. H. S. Wurtele. \i
Mrs. D. E. Batchelor and Miss C CGet 1 t
one-quarter inch scale and specifications Although the purchase of several ESS
I of the desired construction -I pieces of War Assets Admin- Elizabeth Meriwether have returned Ready for the HohdajsFinest u BURG
from North Carolina where Western Beef Poultry sour
I or alteration together with a istration equipment was author- I
POPULARLady they spent the Summer. Mr. and Cream Che..es.U Kinds of Breads
p'jt plan showing location on the ized by the City Commission, City 1 119 W. Church St. Tel. zuzaI
lot with distance to each property I Mgr. McKibben was unable to buyit Mrs. Richard Batchelor drove up I ..NRf
line must be submitted with the I because veterans with prefer- two weeks ago for a short vaca- i---- --- -- I r RESENTED spat
From 29 Palms Andrews Sisters-Decca 79c application for building permit for ; ence bought everything that was tion and brought them back. iI I WARD'S HOLIDAY INN dMi

On The Old Spanish Trail Eddie Howard action of the building inspector. I being offered.W. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bailey Located midway between Sanford I
'I "Anj"one contemplating construction W. Wolff division managerof and daughter, Lynne have returned and Orlando on Highway: 1792 is I

-Mercury 79c of tourist cottagesshould / I the Florida Power Corp., has from New York where they n.O"EDIOSn.'s OPEN StNO\\S! I ) J

Ask Anyone Who Knows Sammy Kaye-Victor 63c immediately sre a registered i all plans ready for key personnelto saw plays which may be offered at STEAKS and CHICKEN i 1lr
architect who must draw Rollins en route home they stop- I
Song Of India Red Ingle-Capitol 63c I and certify the plans. l take in over event various of a phases hurricane of ped for a short stay at Myrtle Phone W. P !9171-3 e! % ,r l.. to RK M f

Sugar Blues "'Joh Mercer "This procedure is a must and this recovery Fall Beach, N. C. We rater to special parties I fr((((r,111i; i 1lJ
ny i Cocktail Bar For lour Pleasure"
will save time and Thereis I :Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hollowayare __ NIpJ> ) 1.14
""S- i expense. The Women Society of Christian:; r i
Capitol 63c here after spending the Sum- I
no short cut on construction 1 >>
E Ert
I Service will meet Tuesday at 2:30: J
Minor Riff Stan'J Kenton=: Capitol 63c that must first be acted upon by p.m. in the Methodist Church with mer in Canada. I 1 1 ((( G''rtr'v: ( (!( (( ; 1( ((((ut 'rr ''I NOW

I the Florida State Board of Health I' Mrs. T. A. Newton Mrs. J. C. I c 1 l I Il Io (!r(b U Nc' rrlj(( ( '(!( a ,l lil ('r r B'v

and Florida Hotel Commission I I'I II Lettice and Mrs. Rex Holiday as GUS MADDEN'S I
I'I prior to issuance of building permit hostesses. Mrs. J. F. Pickard will

RACE :' : c direct the worship service. The REFRIGERATION I If r ly b 1 1t
\ "It is the business of the build- f
afternoon's program will l be a discussion r'' l!
"- I ing inspector to answer questions of Our Homes and Schools, SERVICEUsed Now e
I Thank You Lord So j1 1 Stirrers-Atladin 79c about building in Winter Park. '';, with Mrs.. Frank Ault and Mrs. M, Showing ((11 v J yr,%'??
He is available at the city hall six : A. Simmons stressing homes and

What Could I Do Soul Stirrers-'Alladin 79c mornings each week. I Mrs. T. A. Neal and Mrs. Charles Refrigerators ,, h ,nastcrDfec ,

He Knows How Much We .. I "The city has a new building Sclosseh discussing schools. Bought and Sold Randolph Scott in i 11 ai 5aS0esSe (jr (, ...Stortia9 JItyteR
ordinance and are required -: I
The BaptIStVomen's Millenary rift'' a f
: lo6nsos"o'n
Can Bear Soul Stirrers-Alladin 79c before starting any build Society will meet at the P nn.'nt Efficient-Reasonable i n
repair all makes and typesDon't
There'll Be No More \linS operations alterations_ :' I church at 3 p.m. tomorrow. With Anne Jfffre>sCabby I Ij I ll .
Sorrow i I .... Women's Union of the Congre- FONE7726 Hayes ,, SDY I+ Robe CHASE
Soul Stirrers-Alladin 79c I LOWER "If Its Bought I II gational-Christian Church will rune GusBacked ,\ tlatyttRt r/'ti NE
I Want To Rest Lord Rest COST on Timo We Hooker by 20 years esPerienc. ) k MtaOa
Soul Stirrers-Alladin 79c I LOANS .- Finan. I meet Tuesday at 3 p.m. in bri Mcbe
Sure Had A Wonderful Time Louie Jordan-Decca 79c It' i Memorial Hall. Dr. Louis Schulz 908 KIHL AYE I / /.
I will speak on the subject New I r \
Information Please Ink, Spots-Decca 79c Hoiizons: Mrs. H. L. Shaw is
( chairman of hostesses. PACKAGE :
Dut. .th Floor (; .., Just preceding the meetingof 'llrrl'rl Q )Jli1i)

FIRST NATIONAL BANK the Women Union, the execu- ))I l))1l111)i i )
I IL PATIO I i rcwtty t '' ;rr/I)
HILLBILLYThe Member Federal tive board will meet. >>% % roa
i- Depotlt-Inrannc Corporation Siegmund Grosskopf, who has Barbecues Picnics 'rli )IJ' R 11110HNSOM ',>))

iI -- ,
been conducting classes at his
Musket Come Down Hoosier Hotshots I:I 7 homes has been re-Cngaled to "Dancing under the stars"Billy ? 11:14 l1 JJJ/?
teach violin at Forest Lake Acad- Arnold's Orchestra. Tuesday Wednesday. Friday & Saturday Nights 11' OPe 1NG lj ,,
From The Door -Decca .79c I w .5v emy for the coming school year. S. ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL OPEN DAlLY 11 A. M ,.rrl use zHOw ,//

Get Back On The ,'r-)"; Winter Park Day Nursery Assn.. I
: 1 for Colored Children, announces I
Glory RoadShenandoah Grandpaw Jones-King 79c \ (!) f-\.' that while the kindergarten will 0 II IIi
.1 \
Waltz Clyde Moody-King 79c t open tomorrow as scheduled, the 1.15 rttoyODeo I 1
Jole Bon's Sisters Moon Mull \ nursery will not open until the r t
i can-King
following Monday as the work of

Cow Twin Boogie Ode Stockard-King 79c enlarging the playroom arid sleeping TONIGHT / 7'rlrlr I ewe s SGUTOM ,
loom has not been completed

j(. Dr. Elizabeth Mochrie has returned "OUT OF THIS WORLD" r 1 (, uur wins
; from Long Island where M4aWaaEnr1Y
August at Flushing. CARTOON
I, I Miss Laura Neville has returnedto FIRST SHOW-7'1$ COMPLETE: SHOW ROM: 10:30 1' 1t (, 'j ,.


4 Orange Memorial Hospital.Mrs. __ I 1 grin J(( 1t
G. 0.. DuBois and infant

\ ASSOCIATED I daughter Diane Elizabeth, have I Gary DUCK IN 3974 Orange 1 I I

I returned from Orange Memorialand Starling's Blossom Trail vi I '
will be with Mrs. DuBois' I
Florida's entertainer pa- We serve the same delicious foods from noon till 6 that ii
own / rents Mr and Mrs. W.B. Wyckoff, i
get during the evening.
;, "One Dozen on the until they go to their home in 'Pi French i ,i t .cQS tp1
i DeLand, where Mr. DuBois J f ,p I II.
The Park Avenue Hillbilly I Half Shell" manager of the airport. is Fried R $1.25 1 t Rt L ,ct NcOa" rs

I Jimmie Gay will leave today (I. Doing; Room Only I 12:45: (IIlll(
Dorothy Shay $3.75 OYSTER for New York on business and will -> 1/' /LAYING %/rr}(
return to Florida in time to resume ,:4 J 1 1 N N \b i, i .

his studies in the engineering : ,!'
tTIGRIDA'S 1 HOUSE- college at University of Florida v

i Don Vincent. Rollins College :4t.. O ii,
360 N. ORANGE !ii l publicity director left yesterday thl
j l that ..ohaM85 .{
Air Conditioned Open for North Carolina to see the

TaWa taKBaiOawroo 7, .A. ."12 PJLL 7 Days a Week I football squad in practice and to I Ii vi., THE RlD E tL. \ rM.rJ .

r ern 1 1SAaasota. FRESH SEiEcrsEW-ORLE, S prepare advance publicity 'rrx yr i r;, p Tiernef s I
aw i BAR Rollins Prof. Rudolph Fischer 9 a t rsF ;N) taut rice y, /
1 l I has returned from Gainesville. h I
i.. Try Our Business Men's Special where he taught at Summer ll'!r)

Served Daily school.
..' I, Mrs. Mary Stevens and son, I .



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Orlando, Florida, September 7, 1947 Eh. feunbag! tUifl-&tar' Page 31- Judge Farmer Named on Children's Panel I

I NOW IS THE TIME. I I Orlando County Juvenile Court! to a letter from Gov. Caldwell rev
Judge Mattie Farmer has been ap-I reived yesterday.Oxcarts .
Small Cities The Sunday Sentinel-Star Radio Program j pointed to a special honorary ad- I
; .TO BUY YOUR visory committee ;of the FloridaChildren's are still used in the
Rise Ste\'eDs. mezzo-soprano opera star, Al include It's A Darn Nice Campus; So Far: A Fellow Commission according Cuban sugar cane fields.

;Goodman's orchestra and the 16-voice male choir Needs A Girl; You're Never Away; Come Home and'

I i NORGE'I Favor Air Travel i return to CBS' Family Hour at 4 pjn. over WDBO. The Gentleman Is A Dope." I ELEVEN YEARS OF PROVEN QUALITYCombination
Y4. K 9YYMJ. Miss Stevens sings Ouvre ton Coeur by Bizet: Our Quiet Please. over WLOF at 9 pm., brings Three
Venetian and Shatter
I I Blind. Awning
Love based on a theme from Tschaikowski's Romeo Sides To A Story-drama about a family who can't
At least seven of Florida's i and Juliet overture and the Lullaby'by Cyril Scott. get together on a rehash of circumstances. I JWTXABB
smaller cities are more air-!i The orchestra plays a medley from Oklahoma. Garry Moore the comedian and producer Arthur c

I HOME HEATERI:4i: ; I minded, insofar as travel by Northwestern University Reviewing\ Stand Schwartz on the judges when The Big Break ( mlWII\ c
scheduled carriers is concerned,.over WLOF at 10:30 ajn., presents a discussion on salutes Chicago over WORZ at 6:30 pjn. j
being fit to live with. Speakers include Dr. Harry WOBO S0) WLOF 112301 WOHZ (740) ,
than the .
State's larger centers
a _____ .
Emerson Fosdick pastor of Riverside Church in eeo: Melodies SUn On Newt' 1, Kin IEO.
A complete line of Gas, or survey by Florida Airways: Inc..I, New York City; Rabbi Louis L. Mann of Chicago 6-JS C'30 Melodlei Mekxllel\ ==== Glory Chapel Pleas.in the Trio Sky |I FLORIDA APPLIANCE & SUPPLY INC.
____ ,
1 revealed yesterday.Citizens 1 _8 t5 Metodie u Chapel In the SO
Oil Floor Furnaces, or Central of St. Augustine; Sinai Congregation and Thomas M. French As- 7 n0-Pre..bytensn Hour Organ Re.etCe News' ----- rFormerly Home Insulation Co.l
sociate Director of the Institute for Psychoanalysis. 7'15 Pmbru-rtmn Hour Organ Reveille .1 crUD ReciU ...
Heating Plants. N o Palatka. Sanford, DeLand, Gainesville i Chicago. 7:30 Deciilon Now .. Organ Herein _- NBC S'rtn Quir.. 953 ORANGE AVE WINTER PARR FLA.
".45 Rt.. Bob Jones Oriip Reirelll NBC String 8u r.8OONewt UAYTONA WINTER PARK ORLANDO
Ocala and Lake City are i j Baritone Robert Merrill sings two musical -- _____ Church i eT"Ar! .. World Newt' it'duD 70S 6890
Down Payment Required Up to 36 Months to Pay. I ____ ._. 3070
traveling by air at the rate of 15.9 comedy numbers on the RCA Victor Show over 8 15 Renfro Tiller ... Church of Air Lucerne GoL Time
8:30 Rrnfro Valley Evangel Hour n. Meth. Min. AMU.
per 1,000 population comparedwith I WORZ at 1 pjn. They are Rose Marie by Rudolf 8.43 Johnson Family Evangel 1 Hour -_ M UL Mm. Asin.

Free Estimate Immediate Installation 11.6 in the larger cities the; Friml and Eri Tu from Verdi's Masked Ball. Guest -9OO-Ne.1 9 is l.fstrn _to__hurt_ __. ______Bibie Bible-CUM class ____ Church Cburrh of of-Christ Christ i
airline reported. ,is Eddy Arnold, hillbilly singer who brings contrast 9:30: Church of Air __Voice ol Prophecy Chosen People a
In the few months. 399 with his version of It's 8 45 Church of AirVeloof Prophecy The. Four Notr ._
past a Sin, and 111 Hold You in --- I
residents of the smaller 10rOO Nw .. .. Newt _________ Vol..PI-Do.nWlad I!
WILLARD & KEISER seven j My Heart. Russ Case conducts the orchestra. 1015 Guest Star __'_ Dixie Four Voice Down Wind SPECIAL SCHOOL PASSESEffective
centers flew to 67 different cities{ Phil Spitalny and his Hour of Charm girls return 10:30 Voice of Prophecy, Reviewing I Stand News' Highlight
traveling as far as Mexico, Guate- I 10'43'olce of Prophecy Reviewing' Stand Modes Moderne
to WDBO at 3:30 pm. today. The program Choir: ;( d f'rsL-Pre .
mala and Canada and to 16 dif- I 11-00 Salt Late Churh Ch'rch
709 N. Mills St. Ph. 5136 Colonialtown : includes You And The Night And The Music 11:15: Salt Lake Choir Methodlrt Churrh First f'rI's. Ch'rch
ferent States. 11:30 Music tot Sunday Methodlft Church First Pres. CtTrrh
According to the survey. these! Evelyn'siolin solo: Joanne, singing;; Lo, Hear The 11:45 Music for Sunday Methotiltt Church First Pr.... Ch'rcn
j I! passengers saved one month and Gentle Lark; the orchestra and choir in The Whiff- i4.00 Gospel Hour ..-. )Mutual MuslcShoAmnlr.J it,, Sept. 8 1947
____. ,
Hour Show America United
12-15 Gospel Mutual Music
seven and a half days by using air ;enpoof Song Great Day, Who'll Buy My Violets 12.30 Gospel Hour ____. Mutual Music Show U. Chic. R'ndtable
in place of surface transportation. -I'and My Old Kentucky Home. 12 45; Gospel Hour .- Mutual' Music Show U. chic. R'ndtabie
ia I TOONwlRele .. Graham-Dr-- RCA- Victor Show
Most frequent destinations Jimmy Fidler, authority on Hollywood --
t ____ :
115; News Review StepS Graham-Dr RCA Victor Snow
were Miami, Atlanta Newark, New opens his Mutual series with a poll designed to 1-30 Bob Reid Sings .. Sammy Ease .. Patterns tIt Patty
!t A York, New Orleans Chicago, Detroit find out who is the most popular living person ''1:45: Hires to You u.--_ S. 'Kaye-Fact-Fic'n- The Sophisticates 75
200 CRS ; -rcooi
and Washington.The Symphony Reunion John Vand
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i I today. Heard over WLOF at 7:30: p.m. 2:15 CBS Symphony .. Reunion .- Sunday Matinee .
?f rr) fact that tht"Se'rn Two historians and an anthropologist consider 230 CBS Symphony itheran Hour .. Sunday Matinee .
smaller communities are generating 2 45 CBS Symphony Lutheran Hour_Sunday Matinee I
'l/ / their own air travel at afar the question of peace in the Far East on NBC -3 OO-CBS Symphony?-House or-Mystery Sunday" -Matinee- -.
;= : 3.15 CBS Symphony __ House of Mystery Sunday Matinee These passes'will be actual school between
'rf greater rate than expected ;University of Chicago Round Table heard over 3.30 Hour of Charm __ True Detective ... MuMcana __ good on days
., i i is proof in itself that local air- j WORZ at 12:30 pm. Participants in the discussion 3 45 Hour of Charm True Detective Musr n. ___ 8:00 AM and 5:00: PM. Passes will only be
-- '" :
line service is needed throu h- l will be Fay-Cooper Cole. anthropology professor. 400 F r.117Hour __ .. Thes; ? our Children NBC Symphony .
out Florida" Joseph L> Dyer the U.ofC.; Robert J. Kerner, history professor of 4:30 4.15: Jean Finite Sablon Hour Show. These Rex Maupm our Children Orrh NBC NBC Symphony Symphony .. sold to pupils attending Public Schools in Orlando
company president stated in the University of California, and George Taylor, _4 45 Jog. Harscfa-Ne Rex Maupm Orch- NBC Symphony _
commenting on the survey. I University of Washington S OO-Ozzie k Harriet-:-Those-Webster-Sacred Heart :-:: served by Orlando Transit Co. buses.
The Coca-Cola professor.
Company "In view of these results. we, 5:15: Ozzie & Harriet Those Webstera Cote Glee Club _
Eileen Farrell, soprano, sings the Wesendonck 5'30 Pause That Refr'a Nick Carter ____ Ellery Queen ____
have every reason to believe that 5:45: Pause That Retr's Nick Carter ___. Ellery Queen .
Presents --- -- -1 1i I Cycle by; Richard Wagner with the CBS Symphony -6.OO-Gene-Autry-:":'-==-Drew-Pearson .._ J'-r1'- Pair- W-
directed by Bernard Herrmann at 2 pm. over 615 Gene Autry ___ Don Gardiner _- Jack Pair Show School Rates from Other Points
i I j 6:30 Blondle _.______ Grtst Story Told Rozue's: Gallery _
i WDBO. The program opens with Wagner's Faust _6 I 45; Blondie n___-__ Grist Story Told Rogue's Gan..ry"OOSamSpld. .
A NEW RADIO HIGH-SPOT t : Overture. Second half is devoted to George Enesco's ____ Mediation Board Start ef-Tomorrow
i First Suite in C Major, 9, and concludes with 7'15 Sam Spade _____ Mediation Board Stars of Tomorrow
Facade. Suites I and II by op.Walton. _"7:30'4;>_Crime CrIme Doctor Doctor _______ Gabriel Gabriel Heatter Scatter Front Front ti k Center Center -_ Oakland "..__________.______._______..__..$2.00
STgR TS Guest on the Jim Backus Show is Miss Chi Baba 8-00 Corliss-Archer .-. Jimmy Fdler-Wayne Ring "_ <
r UTIle T Op 8-15 Corliss Archer ___ voices of strings Wayne King _____ Tildenville $1.75
Pause C yT Chi Baba Zabriski. who's disappointed because she 830 Tony Martin u__ J'm Backus Show Guest Star _u_ i i
{ was not subpoenaed to testify in the Howard 8.45-Tony-Martin --___ Jim Backus Show Here's to Vrlpunl Winter Garden _!_ __.$1.50
-9 .. >
00Xnl.r Cucat Counter Spy f Take 1or Leave It
Hughes Senate probe. Heard over WLOF at 8:30 915 Xavier Cn 4 pjn. 9:30 Strike It Rich Theater Guild ... The Bf Break .. Ocoee ._; _.$1.25
tliat Refreshes 945 Strike It Rich === Theater Guild ... The Big; Break I
Sonia Stein radio editor of the Washington '
I T0 OO Symphonette Theater Guild __ Newt ] Orlo Vista ... _. ,$1-00
Post will be guest armchair detective when Ellery 10:15 Sy-Ephonette: ___ Theater Guild __. Story behind hdln J. -> ..
iYS 10:30 Danre Orcn. Orchestra _______ D. Gangway Show
Queen solves No. 31, at 5:30 pjn. over WORZ. _n__ ____ Show' '
10'4S Dance Orch. Orrh.-News D. Garreway Sanlando _..$1.50
The mystery concerns a jewel smuggler and his 11OO: News? ,___.Sports-Parade _._ K-ws .- !: t

'l on tIle Air"wi& r+?. I dead butler. 11:15 11:30 Dance Scores-Newt Orch ____._... Dance Dance Orcb.Orrh _______, Henry Signed Ruuells B Smith Or I I Casselberry .. g...,: $1.50
The radio premiere of songs from Richard 11:45: _Dance Orch ______ Newt__ Henry Russell Or '
Rodgers' forthcoming musical, Allegro, is givenby 1200 Ness ________ Sian Off=_=_-_=_= Sews -& Sign Ofl- Longwood ____ .. .. ._?,' ,- ,r--. _....$1.50
j'IJ 12 15 Dance Orch .
: vocalist Ginny Simms and Percy Faith's 12-30 Dance Orch _____
Orchestra on CBS' The Pause That Refreshes On 12 45 Dance Orch _un Altamonte _.. _, -.-. -.? _.,S1.7S
the .on* of GINNY SIMMS "1:00: Sign-Off _______ '
J'fll Y The Air heard from WDBO at 5:30 pm. Numbers '
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and /nis orchestraSPECIAL / cities will prove equally popular." Josephine Stuckie will Wednesday at8 p.m.. the subject' -. I

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: RADIOS : Through'There will be two daily prayer
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: REFRIGERATORS On Tuesday morning at 10 except on Saturday and Sunday. I The Orlando Transit Co.Here's .
TODAY : WASHERS o'clock, a class will study the subThe; public! is invited to attend all ,
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IFVITAMINS 1 Page 32 trl7l'( 'lmbaunilnrl-! Orlando, Florida, September 7, ,i I DR. K. F. VAIL
New Law Firm :
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BUCK YOU UP :':>d "" :< ;> :::>< :y.> :"i: announces the Revpfniar.
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NUXA TED IRON : Gas Meter SessiQn Draws of Ms .ffi eat +

I WkM.TWT 4orto. fl._. m d-I.sad a "J 1C8 N. Orange Are
e.s S Mb-.M trb ar.b.Wdidoa 14h- formed Here I Assn. will meet at the
9'''. ir ..'..1.. de.'t k..rk r..p. ir. A round table discursion! of the on Sept. 8th
fcVXATCD.... la rtt IRON hUo.r r.r MIr foil*!txuKt..Mvod Mr II.*""lull...rM.. Gas Meters Assn. of Florida and Court Monday with
, M M M pct MWfcrfuL.. Mr M M,XATTO Georgia drew approximately 100 guest speaker;
lltAs.ttMKI r T .ott klU. Ah lb.city The formation of a new law
sew M u*olr u dinetW M IIoe I+Oti Parks. and McEwan members to a on>-day meetingat
| firm. Sanders
the Orange Court Hotel yesterday -
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1 'tr Principal speaker was John
Gilbreath chief engineer of Servel, s I
I t ewi Inc., Evansville Ind. who discussed ?
the advantages, of gas air conditioning
i over electric.II. New AII-n-On! .
; ,1U7oMAl7CfecPC P. Thomas ofliami Hushes Noise-You .
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k Beach, president of the association This newest Sonotone is
presided with B. G. Duncan ONLY all-in-one "SO'O
1 with Bl-Focal Control. FLORIDA
7I/9C of Orlando.iceprt'iident.,
( comfort through a noisy
Ira d assisting. See ittSONOTONE
The Florida Liquefied Petroleum
with ,- ... -.-. OF 7PJA.TUESDAYS
.. .: r ; "_110'.00 AJM. W....,."
I Extra-large oven THIS NEW EDIFICE of the College Park Methodist Church, ar TERMITE CONTROL 611 METCALF .& --

Princton Ave, and Edgewoter Dr, will be formally opened next 20 YEARS OP DEPENDABILITY: I
e Radiar.tube 5-speed! units Sunday with special services throughout the day. The pastor, CALL. PHONE: OR WRITE PHONE 2-2101 :' 7 PJYL F R I DAYS

Thermizer cooker the Rev. Mauriece Felton, announced that guest speakers will H. L. COX G. F. COOPER-

e Smokeless type broiler include Dr. John Branscomb, First Methodist Church pastor; 71JH IRMA ST. Havan... 9OO......,...AMA- Sanrep- "'
inside and outS Dr. Paul A Fletcher, superintendent, Orlando District, ar he B4TTERIES RALLA_ j{i
All-porcelain Rev. J. O. Carder, pastor of Holden Heights Methodist Church. : : "Florida"! offers!! ;you
Many other exclusive -- ------- ------ Specify Thru Your Architect and Contractor evening of enert! :::. .:er.t

Frigid aire features was announced yesterday by the 'has been in Orlando 13 years. He AIR-ALUM ALUMINUM romantic Havana Fare
'three'I partners. Warren B. Parks. attended Washington &: Lee University stateroom berth oral
Wilson Sanders and O. B. Mc- and received his law degree
Limited Quantity Available ,I Ewan. from the University of Florida.He AWNING WINDOWS : FARE $4200 ;:':
The new firm will take over the was formerly associated with -
offices of the late George Palmer Leroy B. Giles. BETTER THAN STEEL ;
TERMS Garrett at suite 419 American Sanders was a lieutenant colonel CHEAPER THAW WOOD and reservations or an'*
Bldg. and will engage in the gen- in the Judge Advocate Gen- Pier No 2, Miami or
eral practice of law. eral's Department during the war. NATIONALLY DISTRIBUTED ;...: 1 F l'I..i.>i .
Wolfe Parks the senior member of receiving both the Bronze and Silver BYSOUTHEAST
Claude H. the firm, has practiced law here STEEL SALES =
for the past 23 years. A native Veterans Stars.of He Foreign is a member Wars Amer-of the : ,; ; ..IO'I.lmn' _

INC. of Georgia, attended Emory of ican Legion and AmVets. SOUTHEAST ENGINEERING COMPANY I -<<.J I :.. "4II
University: and the University:
19 E. Washington St. Tel. 5116 Georgia. :McEwan a native of Orlando IKS West Washington St. Phone
Sanders a native of Wisconsin went to the University: of Flor- -
-- -- ida and received his law degree
from Washington & Lee Univer-
sity. A Lieutenant Colonel in t! -
the Judge Advocate General's
Department during World WarII.
BRAND NEW he received the Legion of
:Merit Croix de Guerre and Eu-
ropean Theater Medal with five
battle stars.McEwan .
I is a member of the pf !
American Judicature Society Ro-
tary Club Junior Chamber of
PLYMOUTH Commerce past commander i

Delta AmVets Phi, Kappa fraternities.All Alpha. and Phi i 37 West ChurchOrlando St.

three men are members of I
., the Orange County Florida and Fla.
American Bar Assns.

I i Doors Open at 9 A.M.

.$245.00 Not Negro Guilty Youth To Pleads Assault I 1 COME -. LOOK LADIES! HUNDREDS OF NEW

i i Henry King. 18, Negro yesterday EARLY! ..
[Above'price is for motor and installation I entered a plea of not guiltyat I
a special session of Criminal 6UYTHEM f r;;

\ I II Court criminal to a assault charge on of attempted a white BY THE COTTON. DRESSESON
IMMEDIATE INSTALLATION woman. The plea will necessitate .
: a trial by jury at a date to be set

I SMALL DOWN PAYMENT-LOW MONTHLY TERMS I 'I later.King had indicated he would TWOS ;

plead guilty according to Sheriff

I I Jim reason Black for calling and that the was special the SALE MONDAY MORNING!

Orlando Fletcher Motors Inc: I I session.PT-A Meets Wednesday : THREES)! ,M/ GROUP NO. 1

I Executive Board of the Orlando
1020 f N. Orange Ave. Phone 24541COTE I Senior High School Parent-
Teachers Assn. will meet Wednesday
at 10 ajn. in the school it- Longer; Fuller Skirts Deep 2-in. Hems!
-. -- .. was announced yesterday.If ,

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Against Dictatorship On Tuesday II I 7 WASHABLE 80-Sq. PERCALES

Proposed CostsBreakdown Actual 1946 Costs- POPLINS BROADCLOTHS! i
Broken Down e

.1 Board of County Commissioners .
Board of County '
Salaries ........... ................ 3 1500.00 Salaries ... .. $12,000.00 ,
NO .... 5.000.00 Mileare [Outside County] .. 280.00
Count Secretary-En&int'e-r Attorney m".....'.''..'.'.'.'.'..'.' 7.500.00 County Attorney .................. 4.500.00 i ( / NOW
Expense tat least] _......._....... 10.000.01t Office Expense ........................ 1.500.00 .ri
Mileage tat least] tSOO.OIt Total........ ....... ......._..___.._...$18,280.00 ONLY

OR Total..... ..... .......___.__...... $5.800.01t Clerk of Circuit Court
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13 Employee Salaries 7,500.00Chief --

...., Clerk Salary or Orange.........County..............___........$ 7.500.80 Deputy ........_.__._.__._ 3.266.50 I 1 e
Chief Deputy ......._._..... 6.000.00 Overtime : ... ..........___..___ 381.50Other / I ., a
____... .579.00 Employees 22.579.00
'YOURTAX Other Overtime Employees......._..__"___.____. 3.691.73 Overtime ............._..__.._._ 2916.23 Look for These Features in the Group:

Total ..........._ ....$39,776.73 Total ......._...._......_...__.._.._.$37,043.23 p
Criminal Court Clerk of the Criminal Court 0 Sizes 12 to 20, 38 to 44 and 46 to 52!
___.......$ 5000.00 One Employee ,.
... Bills Clerk Chief Deputy.._....__.. .. 1.346.6 Employee Salary ......_..'.'.'._....'.'._...._._._.._._.. 1.3U.6 6.547.56 d HONESTLYBELIEVE Floral Prints, Stripes, Checks, Polka Dots!

Total .._........._...___.. 6,316.26 ;
Supervisor of RegistrationChief $ Total ....._'.... ._...._. $ 7,893.82 THESE Side-Buttoned Coat Styles, 2 Huge Pockets!
.. Supervisor of Registration
Deputy : $ 3000.00
WillIncrease Clerk ........._..._*. _.. ___ 1,800.00 One Employee FROCKS TO BE at
Extra Help _. 763.00 Salary._._......_ 3.600.00 ,, i The best cotton-frock values we've seen anywhere
._..__.... THE BEST VALUE '
\. Regular 1.800.00Other 2.79! They re colorful, flatteringly styled, practical!
." Tax Total Officer._._.. ., -. ...$ 5,563.00 ____ 763.00 v EVER OFFERED 4 Sturdily made, to wash and wash, wear and wear .

I Salary ................ _.. S 1.500.00 Total ......._....._ ...$ 6,163.00 ti BY US. still keep that fresh new look! Hurry to Penney's for
Chief Assessor ......._........... 6,000.00 Tax Assessor.. I I L.ti I i
...._...__.__..... U.633.57 Ten Employees t 1.3<, ; cotton dresses now-SAVE!
Employee Extra Help .......__........ 337.50 Salary ....................___._.._... 7.500.00 r t
Employees ....._.._.__...__... 15663.57
,. .- Total......... ._. ...$29.511.07 Extra Help __.____.. 377.50 ( ( 1 I

Chief Collector ... i.OOO.OIt ... ..... ji GROUP NO. 2 .f
__._.. Total ... _...:3.5U.00 r1.r
.". Overtime ........___ 459.01t \ \ I
Tax Department ._._..._.__ .03'7.91t Tn Collector .r- i
.. ', Extra Help ...... ....._.._......... 1870.50 Seven- Employees )s PINAFORES &
__......... alary .............______._ .500.00'
i : J Other Help Regular. ......Help.....__._.__....... .576.5\9.600.90Extra Chief Deputy ..........._..._......... 3.600.flO
.rJ!' '". Overtime .............____. 459.00 l1. td
'J" Total .. ....... .......___........ $26.541.80 Tar Department- __.._._ 4.037.90 *' GYPSY-STYLES
Extra yelp ...._.__.._... 1870.50 .
,- Cost Municipalities: Other Regular .._._._.._ 9,600.90Extra
-.! ._...._...10000.00 I
Collecting Assessing
'.. t' Supt. of Public Instruction Help _...... 4576.50 f)
.. ................... .
r Pay Increase .m 300.00 Total ................_.__._...... $ 31.6U.80 + t ( :; Pinup Pinafores .if

TOTAL COST .................... $143.811.86Gt'orre TOTAL COST .......____.... $11.565.89 t 1 A7 -S -\ C Low-Cut' Peasant 5 0

I You Pay Them-Pick Them! ))) Types

Don't Let a Dictator Handpick: County Employees y i ; Sizes 12, 14, 16, 19J

J j Denver- Colo.-=-- r t '+ Fabrics Include 80 square prints. woven chain-

i and seersuckers. All made
Has Been Pointed Out as a Model Toward Which Consolidation Proponents Are Working ', ;. s 1 V t\. brays to sell and for ginghams much morel! All one 1 low price for


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TI Magazine on March 10. 1947
Gunthrr,In his best selling book Sessions- Perry In the Satur- b
wrote-"Under the city's home-rule
,'/ ."INSIDE. U. 8. A." "It (Denver] has day Evening Post of August 24. 1946 (charter he [Stapleton] has becomeone GROUP NO. 3
wrote Denver's of the most
: "Roughly !speaking powerful municipal 1
r. unity, being both a ; EENT1At
-a.very peculiar form of city government is a dictatorship dictators in the U. S. .. the reformers b
City and a county, both a rongreskiul pointed to Ben's political S WASH FROCKS
in which the mayor may fire '
machine: -a bloc of politicians city
; and Judicial district. Only all department heads on his personal employees- and big businessmen who STOAE "
one rib PGIn Denver U elective.SUpIeto say-so. Denver apparently too busyto had exploited the city's complacencyfor :

(the mayor] appoints Democratize its government, should years allow. .its why mayor a city to[county appoint] I An\ peowletel VALUES TO $2.79 $1

eyaybody> Cis.> dreads the- day when it shall fall into .
discourages new and thereby control all municipaland r a FOR MONDAY ,
Industry lth t might compete] and the hands of an unscrupulous county employees-except: the oataadtU
keeps KPenstre, labor out . mayor." auditor."-[Stapleton was beaten by 0 1 Broken sixes in dresses that
the reform candidate.]
1 t AU
s formerly sold up t..79.

The Orange County Taxpayers Association II 1 EcsJ 12 prints to 42 All but not 1st In quality every style Sizes!

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